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Wins the Coveted
Beaux-Arts Prize
illsDiwInff for "War Memorial
; Earns $3,000 Paris
An of th scholarahlps moat coveted
vmm- architects and atudants of
Jrchltectura in thl country waa won
retenly bY Duncan McLachlan, who
u connected with tho nteller of Fred
,rck C. IllrtM.la i3r JltS: Tho sehol
tohlp l th ttnnual Parls pr" ot
mom of tho Society of Bcaux-Arts Ar
AittcU which will entitle tho winner to
. eourae of two owl a half year of
ftudy In tho Kcola dea Bcaux-Arts.
The eelectlon waa mado yestordoy at
, Vaux-Arls Institute of Dcsljn, 126
rut Seventy-fifth atreet. by a commit
.. of Judges compoaod of It. H. Dana,
hilroan; Benjamin W. Morrla, prest
i,nt of tho Society of Bcaux-Arta Ar
.hinctii Henry Bacon of the commit-
,1 of artists which la advlalntr with
the Mayor In tho selection of a site for
,l, proposed war memorial; M. Hood,
F A Godley, George- A. Llcht, who
t'sa the first Tarls prize thirteen yeora
in- I'hlllp Cusacka, Henry Itenwick
jedjnlck, Lawrence White and Louis
trn There had been two preliminary
Simpctitlons In which thirty archltecta
students under 20 entered, five of
hom remained In tho flnol compbti-
"jhB subject design In the competition
in an appropriate war memorial for
th alte at Imvood, decided upon by tho
eomraltteo of artists aa the beat one In
Sw York for cuafe a memorial. Tho
Waning design of Air. McLachlan has
for Its motif an obelisk: towering above
t!u highest point of Inwood. Back of
tha obelisk Is a classic colonnade of
herolo proportions. Fllshta of atepa
dtscend to a brood plain at the water
front, covering tho railroad tracks. Be
tween tho flights of stops la an amphi
theatre. , The design calls for the erection of
tUducts over Dyckman street on tho
louth nnd Spuytcn Duyvil on tho north,
thus continuing Riverside Drive rroin
Fjrt Washington. Tlie Drive circles the
tMljk. In the central plaza, which, in
the design covers nearly a mile, there
ir proUslons for smaller memorials to
the various American brigades that fig
ured In the campaigns in France.
Miss Murjinrrt Sargent Engaged.
fftfial (o Tin Sum and Nbw YoK Houi.d.
Boston-, July 13. Mlaa Margaret Wlll
iuns Sargent, daughter of Mrs. Francis
tr. Sargent (Jane W. Hunnowcll) of 40
Iiereford street and Wellesley, la en
gaged to Mr. Qutncy A. Shaw McKoan,
ten ofllrf. Malcolm Graeme Haughton
ft 13 Commonwealth avenue. Mrs.
Haughton was Miss Marian Shaw beforo
Iter first marriage, which was to Henry
?ratt MeKcan of Philadelphia.
Miss Bargent la a sister of Mrs,
Cheever, wife of Dr. David C. Cheever
of 193 Marlboro street, and her brothom
are Henry Jackson Sargent, Harvard
It, ar.d Daniel Sargent, Harvard '13
Engagements Announced.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Perault, Jr.,
Fltchburg, Mass.. formerly of Brooklyn,
Uve announced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Kathryn Irving Perault,
to Mr. Florence Francla Sullivan of New
York. Miss Perault finished a special
iourse In Columbia last year. Mr. Sulli
van was graduated from Dartmouth In
PniUDiLriiu, July 13. Announce
ment, has been made here by Mr. and
Mrs. Harry S. Endsley ot ArMmore, Pa.,
t! the engagement of their daughter,
Jilis Margaret Endsley, to Major L. B.
Dtiton, M. C, Royal Artillery, of
Uurpoo!, England, and Houston, Tex.
1,400 noised at Garden Party.
fjmal to Tub Sun and New Yok llnau).
Guinwich, Conn., July 13. About
11,(00 was .realized for tho Stepney
froh air fund at a garden party given
en the estate of Mrs. John D. Chapman,
Round Island, last Saturday afternoon.
The committee In charge conalsted of
Mrs. Chapman, Mra. W. L. Howard, Mrs.
ff. H. Truesdale, Mrs. H. J. Topping,
Mrs. 0. B. Carhart, Miss Helen A. Bar
rett and Miss Beatrice Pynchon.
.Mexican Envoy Wed In Berlin.
BrauN, July 13. Ys'fdro Faybela,
Mexican Minister to Germany, and.Jo
ttflna Elsermann were married here
Itonday. Representatives of all the for
tipi embassies and legations were pres
int at the ceremony.
Cotton Frocks and Dresses
Regularly selling to $75 25 35 .
Street and Afternoon Gowns
Regularly selling to $150 M5 65
. i.
Sport and Country Club Skirts
Regularly selling to $58- 1 9 $29
Sport Coils and Street Wraps
Regularly selling to $25045
Handmade Summer Blouses
Regularly selling to $408 $ 1 0 $ 1 5
Mid-S-sason Hats
Regularly selling to $45 $1 0 $ j 5-
New York.
Don Manuel Qondra, President-elect
tf Paraguay, and Hnora Oondre arrived
hero from Washington jeattrday and
will sail fo.r Paraguay Friday. lienor
Qondra will bo tha gueat of honor at
a dinner gtvqn y the Pan-American
society tnia ovening at tha "Wnldorf
Astoria. Mr. and Mrs. & Oliver IseJla have
taken a place at Manchester, Mass.,
wnero thoy win remain until autumn,
Mr, C. K. 0. Billings, who Is at Tarns-
worm, Locust Valley, haa chartered Col.
IXobertVM. Thompson'a houaeboat. Ever.
i, Tor July and August,
Mr, and Mrs. Qeoraro Temola Bowdoln
have taken Applodore, tho II, M. Adams
piace at aien cove, for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs, Francla Louis Blado have
gone to Paul dmlths, N, T.
Mr. and Mrs. Devereux Mllburn will
go to Southampton from Wostbury thli
weeK to do tho mMi or her nflrwnra Mr
Land Mrs. Charles Steele.
Mrs. Henry McComb Bans haa re
turned from Milbury, Va., and with Mr,
uangs nas gono to the Adirondacks.
iur. ana airs, jonn Kronen nave gone
10 Woodstock. Vt.. to 3ia tha? re
malnder of tho summer with her slater,
miss iiiiaaDom lillllngs.
ir. t-ercy u. ryne za is passing a
rortnight nshlng In Canada,' and on his
return will go to Roslyn.
Mr. Benjamin Moore la passing tho
Hummor wun his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Caalmlr de Hham Moore, In Isllp.
Mr. Murray Hoffman will return from
Eurdpo in August and Join Mr. and Mrs.
rancis uurrall Hoffman In Southamp
Dr. and Mrs. Charlta Qllmore Kerlay
and Miss Prlacllla Kerley will atart next
Monday for the, Paciflo coaat and
Alaska. In Seattle they will he joined by
Mrs. Henry Arthur Hutchins, their
Mrs. James Henry Parker of 18 East
oixty-nintn street is passing the sum
mer at the Marlborough-Blenhelm In
Atlantic uity.
secretary, or war and Mrs. Baker
gave a dinner Tuesday eveninur for thn
vruvernor or rorio Kico and Mr.
Qen. John J. Pershing, who waa In
now York to attend ths wedding of
Mrs. Grace McMillan Gibson and Major
Morrla Ernest Locke. Jr., will not re
turn to his Chevy Chortj home for a
Countess De Fermon. who spent the
winter .with her brother, 4Ir. George
Bond Cochran, has gone to New York
to sail for her home in France.
Mrs. R. King Stone and her baby son
win go to Maine for the rest of the
Senator and Mrs. Henry F. Ashurst
are remaining In their Washington res
idence until the former haa fully re
covered irom tils recent illness. They
expect to start for-their home in Pres-
cott, Ariz., about August 1. The Sena
tnr will take an active paVt In both the
national and State campaigns.
At Other Places.
Mr. and Sirs. Georgo II. Stoddard of
Boston and Mlsa Margaret Stoddard
have gone to their summer home at
Mattapolsett. They have with them for
tho summer their daughter, Mrs. Henry
R, Hayes of New' York,- and Mr. Hayes
will be with them for brief vialts. Mrs.
Hayes was formerly Yvonne Stoddard.
Mrs. Matthew Luce Is among Bos
tonlans In Maine for a part of the sum
mer season. She Is at York Harbjr.
Americans In Paris.
Special Corresponitnte to Tna 8di ann Nsw
Tokk Haam.
Paris, June 26. The following are
among the Americans registered at the
office of the Nbw York Hkiulo of Paris :
John Cuyas and Jacob Wiener of
New York.
P. B. Branum of Sewlckley, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gnldley and Miss
Gertrude Gnldley of Detroit.
Col. J. Warner Hutchins of Phila
delphia. Oscar Leonard of St. Louis.
Jared 3V. Seurred of Albany.
Rudolph Wuriltzer of Cincinnati.
$75 95 H
ffavy to Open Boathouse at
Newport With Dari$e on Island
Mrs. Cornelius H. Tangeman arriving at Bailey's Beach, Newport, in
her bathing costume.
Bpecial to Tna Son jan New Tosk HauiD.
Nnwronr, R. I., July 13. There will
be a dance at tho Torpedo Station Fri
day evening, when tho officers and their
wives will have a party to dedicate tho
new boathouse. It will be. In a way,
a nautical event, for all guests must ar
rive by water, tho station being an
Island. The boathouse la so arranged
that those who arrive In launches may
steer directly Into the enclosure and tho
gueats land at the side of tho dance floor.
Tho majority, however, will go to tho
laland by fearry, otherwise tho launch
spaces would bo as corwded as Fifth
avenue with tsfotors.
Capt Martin B. Trench, u. S. N., and
Mrs. Trench, with other offlcera and
their wives, will receive the guests and
the boathouso will have more than tho
usual decorative appearance. Preceding
tho donee there will be several dinners
at tho station. Among those to thus en
tertain will be Capt. and Mrs. Trench.
Commander and Mrs. Julius C. Town
tend, Capt Herbert O. Shlffcrt, U. S. N.,
and Mrs. Shlffert, Commander and Mrs.
John W. Morse and Commander and
Mrs. Edmund S. R. Brandt.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtlss James.
who have been entertaining a house
party at Beacon Hill house, left to-night
on board the auxiliary bark Aloha for
New York. Among their guests were
the Misses Audrey James and Sylvia
James, who will sail lor England Thurs
day from New York. The Misses James
came to thla country last spring for 'an
extended visit with Mr. and Sirs. James.
The latter will aoe the America's Cup race
orr Sandy Hook on Thursday from the
Aloha, and will return aboard the yacht
to Newport on Saturday for the close of
tho week. They will have a largo party
of guests to see the race.
Bathing at Bailey's Beach Is not as
formal a function as It used to be. It
may be that the present informality
of that midday diversion has been
caused by the alleged shortage of .bath
houses at the bathing club, but. what
ever tho cause, tho women of Newport,
or at least some of them, are donning
their bathing; suits in their homes and
going to the btach In abbreviated at
tire. Mrs. Cornelius H. Tapgeman is
one of the members of the beach club
who aro giving vogue to this touch ot
The Italian Ambaasador, Baron Ro
mano Avexiann, and the Baroness Ro
mano Avezzana, who have the Morrell
cottage for their first Newport season,
will give their first formal dinner of
the summer Thursday evening. They
will give another dinner Sunday evening.
Mra. Henry Clews and Mr. Henry
Clewa 3d will leave for Lenox to-mor
row for a faw days automobile trip.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs.
Mlaa Sarah Baldwin and Mr. J. Swan
Frlck. who are their house gueats at
Whlteholm, will leave to-morrow for an
automobile trip through the White Moun
tains. Miss Margaret Caperton. daughter of
Admiral and Mrs. William B. Caperton,
will leave Friday to visit In Groenwlch,
Regiatered at the Casino to-day were
Mr. Frederick H. Powell of New York.
Mr. Nello Defaccl Nepratl and Mlsa Grla
DefaccI Nepratl, hero from Narragan
sett Pier : Mr. H. V. Evans, who Is stop
ping with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fltz Si
mons, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Fadel
ford and Mrs. Herbert C. Pell, Jr.
The Berkshire.
A sale for the benefit .of the New
York Exchange for Women's Work was
opened yesterday at the Stockbrldgo
villa of Mrs. Carl A. De Gersdorff. She
was assisted by Mrs. Newbold Morris
and Mrs. Henry Holliater Pease. The
ale will he continued to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Harris Fahnestock en
tertained a dinner party last night at
their villa, Eantover. They were out on
the lake ahoro drive yesterday after,
noon on a coach 'drawn by four hand
aome chestnuts.
Mrs. John E. Parsons had a large
dinner party last njght athtr villa at
Mlaa Margaret Andrews and Miss Re
becca Andrews of New York are with
Mies Adelo'Kneeland at Falrlawn.
Mlaa Florence Hobson o( New York
Is with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Astor
Brlated at Lakeside.
Mr. Edmund Coffin, who has been the
truest of Mr. and. Mm. William E. B.
Orlawold White on an automobile trip to
fa to continue its sale
atxa reduction of 20
until FRIDAY, July 16th.
Owing to lack of help, of space cd of tune, all whs tiara wanted
to benefit by thla sale .could net be accommodated: hence the extension
of four more days.
The strictly hand-made Camas blouses, Summer dresses and lin
geries, widely known for quality, bon-tori and workmanship, have not
been raised during the war. Their present reduction, therefore, is
an extraordinary occasion, tfid first and last of its kind to be offered
to lovers of the exquisite, tho original and the conservatively well
tho Adirondacks, returned to New York
Mrs. John McHenry of Baltimore is
with Mrs. W. Roscbo Bonsai at Vent
fort Hall.
MIrs Elizabeth Thorndlke and Mr.
Thayer Thorndlke left Lenox yesterday
for Boston. '
Mr. Ernest T. Nichols of New York
has joined Mrs. Nichols at the Asp In
wall Hotel.
White Sulphur Springs.
Mrs. Gilbert S. Cowan, Mr. Gilbert S.
Cowan, Jr.. nnd Embry S. Cowan of
Louisville, Ky., havo taken a cottage In
Tanua row.
Mlsa Natalie Young Smith entertained
fourteen at tea yesterday at the Cabin.
Col. nnd Mrs. James R. Branch were
the guests at a dinner given by
Col. and "Mrs. Wirt Robertson of
West Point, N. Y., Monday in tho
Greenbrier. Mre. Frank Pane, had as
her gueats Mr. and Mrs. James B. Weir,
Hot Springs.
Dr. Jllles Farrow has arrived at the
Homestead from New York, Miss Flor
ence Ball from Cleveland to Join her
father, Mr. William E. Ball, and Mr,
William 11. Andrews from Cleveland, to
Join Mrs. Andrews.
Mr. and Mra. Melville E. Ingalla, who
arrived In New York early this week
from Europe, are expected at the Homo-
stead soon for the-summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Ryan
of New York, have returned from White
Sulphur Springs.
The Prospective Bridegroom
Served Overseas in Artillery.
Bptetal to Tub Scn itn New Tosk Itauu.
YonK Hassor. Me., Jury 13. Mr. apd
Mrs. Danford Newton Barney of Farm-
irgton, conn., who are passing tho sum
mer here, havo announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Sarah
Brandagee Barney, to Mr. Halleck Lef-
ferts, son of Mrs. Charles Farnham
Collins of S30 Park nvenue, New York.
The father of Mr. Lelterts was Mr. Loula
Eugene Leffetts. He was graduated
from Yale In 1917 and, llko his brother,
Allen Lefferts, served overseas in the
field artillery with the rank of Captain.
Social Notes.
Mr. I. Winsome Byers of Iron River,
Mich., has announced tho engagement of
his daughter. Miss Judith Elizabeth
Byers, to Mr. Frederick Edward Shluter
of, New York. Miss Byers attended
Bfyn Mawr and Barnard. Mr. Shluter
attended Columbia and was class presi
dent in his sophomore year and rowed
on tho freshman crew.
Mr. and Mrs. Imrle Jostka Herczeg
have closed their house at 28 West Tenth
street' and have gone to their country
plaeo in Greenwich, Conn.
The Old Guard of tho City of New
York will hold a military -ball at Tho
Monmouth, Spring Lake, N. J Friday
evening, August 20.
Soprano Engaged for Metropolitan
n Soloist. '
Miss Sue -Harvard, American soprano,
who has been engaged for the Metropoli
tan opera, was the soloist at the con
cert In the Lowlsohn Stadium last night
She sang "O Hall of Songs," from "Tann
hauser," and "Depuls le Jour," from
''Louise." As encores she added "Annie
Laurie" and "Her Dream,'" the latter
a song by her accompanist, Frank
The orchestra played Samuel Gard
ner's symphonic poem, "The New Rus
with tho composer-violinist con- (
ducting. Mr. Gardner reappeared lni
answer to the applause and called on the 1
musicians to rise and share It with him.
Liszt's "Lea Preludes" and the Strauss
waltz "Voices of the Spring" were other
orchestral numbers.
Hipollto Lazaro, tenor, will be the star
of the gala concert to-night. vHe will
alng the "O Paradlao" from Meyer
beer's 'Jj'Afrlcalno" and the "Che Gellda,
Manlna" from Puccini's "La Boheme."
The orchestra will play, among other
things, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
Grandniccc of Packer Chased
by Father in Motor.
Bfttlal to Tub Bvh akiH Naw Yoar IftmiD.
Chicago, July 13, Edward A.Cudahy,
Chicago packer, was surprised to learn to
day that Ills nineteen-year-old grandniccc,
Edna Catherine Cudahy, had ran away
frorn her home In Los Angeles and mar
ried Percy Fisher Browne,, son of the
late Francis Flaher Browne, founder of
the DM,
The young couple fled In an automo
bile to San Bernardlno.'whcrohey were
married by a Juitlco of tho peace. Jack
Cudahy, nephew of the Chicago packer
and father' of the girl, with some of the
relattvoa, pursued the fleeing couplo in
another car and arrived In tlmo to atop
the ceremony but they didn't, bo every
body's happy. Papa Cudahy gave tha
couplo his blessing pnd thoy are now
honeymooning at Bea Lake. ,
Tho romanco began moro than a year
ago, when the two met at Pasadena.
Mr. Browne,, who Is 35 years old, Is a
toller for the National Bank and Trust
Company of Pasadena.
Court Rules It Is Without
Powers to Pass Upon Valid
ity of Amendment.
Washington, July 13. Justice Uallay
in the District Supreme Court dismissed
to-day Injunction procecdlnga brought by
Charlos F. Fairchllds of Now York, presi
dent ot tho American Constitutional
League, to prevent the promulgation of
the ratification ot tho suffrage amend
ment and to test the validity of tho equal
suffrage law.
Tho court held that It was without
nuthorlty to lnqulro Into the action of
the State Legislatures in ratifying tho
suffrage amendment and that It had no
authority to pass upon tho validity of
such an amendment Mr. Falrchllda
noted an appeal to the Supreme Court of
the United States. Balnbrldgo Colby,
Secretary of State, and A. Mitchell
l"almcr, Attorney-General, nsked the
court to dlsmlas the proceedings.
Hearings on the motion were held be
foro Justice Bailey. Edward B.
Wheeler of New York argued for the
plaintiff and Solicitor-General Fricrson
and Assistant United States, Attorney
Archer appeared for the Government
offlcals. Government counsel argued
that Mr. Fairchllds did not Bhow In his
bill any peculiar- Interest in the sub
ject matter as to entitle him to main
tain the suit against them. They also
denied that Mr. Falrchllds's bill set
forth any condition requiring equitable
relief nnd contended further that Mr.
Fairchllds had not shown existenco of
any emergency calling for injunction
relief. In thla connection they pointed
out that the necessary number of States
havo not notified the Secretary of State
of the ratification of tho suffrage
amendment and that therefore no
proclamation is imminent
peclarlng that "suffrage" Is a funda
mental principle of tho American Gov
ernment Mr. Wheeler said tho issue
was far moro important even than was
the abolition of slavery or prohibition
against tho uso of strong drinks. The
suffrage amendment, Mr, Wheeler sug
gested, might affect the, result of tho
coming Presidential olectlon.
Delegation Will. Call on Gov
ernor Friday.
Washington, July IS. The delega
tion of suffragists which will call on
Gov. Cox at Columbus Friday will urge
that influence be exerted to obtain favor
ablo action by the Tennessee Legisla
ture on tho Federal suffrage amendment,
tho"Natlonal Woman's Party announced
The suffragists will be headed by Miss
Alice Paul, national chairman, and Miss
Sue White. Tennessee chairman of the
National Woman's Party. Representa
tives of the Woman's Party from the
Eastern and middle Western, States, In
cluding Dr. Gillette Hayden, Ohio chair
man, will compose tho deputation.
The visit to Marlon, July 22, the date
of tho notification ceremonies for Sena
tor Harding.- tho Woman's Party an
nounced, will take tho form of a "suf
frage demonstration."
Noted Actor Taken to Hospital In
New London.
Sftctal to TiulBcm iND Ntw Yozk Jfeaits
Niw London, Conn., July 13. James
O'Neill, actor, is seriously ill at Law
rence Hospital ihere. Ho was removed
from St Vincent's Hospital. New York,
five weeks ago to this city, and laat
Saturday His condition was so serious
that his. son, Eugene G., was called from
hla home In Provlncetown, Mass. Mrs.
O'Neill and another son, James, Jr., have
been here since. Mr. O'Neill arrived
from New York.
He has not been In BOOd health since
December 7, 1918, -when he waa struck
by an automobile while returning home
In iho evening from tho Lambs Club.
He was playing the Father in "The
Wanderer," at the Manhattan Theatre,
at tho time, and tills was his laat od-
pearance on the stage.
Leaves Estate In England to
Prince Victor Napoleon.
London, July 13. The late Empress
Eugenie bequeathed her mansion and her
estato at Farnborough, England, to
Prlnco Victor Napoleon and his wife,
lum nccordlnc to a. MdrM lU.nntM,
h0 nnti ifntL fth ni itt .m
erable sum to Queen Victoria of Spain,
who was hor god-daughter, the news
paper says.
Prlnco Victor la head of the Bonaparte
family and makes hia homo In Brussels.
ttobtrt aa Flora, recently elected a member
of tna Francli Academy and now an "Im
mortal," la the author of "Transplanting
Jean," the comedy tn which Arthur Byron
and Mli Martha Hedman will be seen tha
coming aeaaon aa co-stara. Ha auccaeded to
the chair left vacant by tha dtath ot
Marquis da 8gur In 1610. Ha formerly waa
editor of the Figaro and will ba tha youngtit
member of ths Academy. Ha waa born in
Although there la one song and a doien
pratty girts, In "Tha Charm School," which
comes to the Bijou on August 2, the authors,
Itobert Milton and Mrs. Alice Duer Millar,
Insist that It la not a musical comedy. The
on "Whan I Discover My Mm" wu writ.
ten for Marie Carroll by Jerome Kerr, but
Ail tna otner gina nava lines in It to alng.
Tho swimming contest between chorus girls
of "Lassls" and of "The Scandals of 1820"
will tako place at Starlight Amusement I'arlc
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Duses
will transport the companies from the .the
atrea to the park, and "Lasslo" will havo
along a contingent of Scotch bagpipers, and
"The Scandals of 1020" folk will be inspired
by the muslo of their Jan band.
John Murray Anderson will produce a
novel musical comady In September written
by himself and Augustus Sarrett, who waa
musical director for "What's In Name."
V. L. Granville, William St. Jame and'
William Fodmoro have been added to the
cast of "The Bomaneera." with which tha
Community Theatra of Washington Sausra
will btgta Its outdoor atasoa next Tueaday
Was Ono of Wilson's Advisors
on Transportation Profo-
Ioms During tho War.
Frank Trumbull. 63 years old, one of
the leading railroad men of America and
an authority on problems ot transporta
tion, died Monday night at hla homo tn
Santa Barbara, Cal., of heart trouble.
Advices received yeatorday In this city
from California stated that his son
Jtoscps was with him at tho time of hla
Mr. Trumbull was chairman, of the
ooard of directors of tho Missouri,
Kansas and Texas Railway and until
tccently of tho Chesapeatco and Ohio
Itallroad, a position which ho had re
tained since February, 1909, when ho
withdrew from many of his other activ
ities. Ho also was chairman of tho
board ot the Hocking Valley Railroad
Company and chairman of tho Railway
Executives Advisory Committee.
In tho latter connection ho waapar
ticularly prominent In an advisory
capacity during the war tlmo period of
Federal operation ot the railroads and
was consulted several times by President
Wilson. Ho took an active Interest in
the solution of problems Incident to tho
return of the roads to private ownership
and operation, nnd many of the reforms
which ho had, advocated and worked for
wero embodied In the transportation act
under tho provisions of which American
,'allroads are now functioning.
FonBlit "IVuy to Top.
Vhen Congress was grappling last Oc
tober with dllllcultles incident to tho
need of railroad reorganization Mr.
Trumbull submitted a plan for the solu
tion of the problem to the chairmen of
both the llouso and Senate committees
on lnterstato commerce. It set forth in
detail many of the provisions whloh
wero Incorporated later in the new legis
lation. Frank Trumbull was bom November 7,
1858, in Arcadia, Mo., tho son of Walter
B. and Virginia (Thomas) Trumbull. His
father was a school teacher, of an old
Now England family. His mother, who
died In 1887, was lineally descended from
Gov. William Randolph of Virginia.
Young Trumbull had to begin earning
his living at 12 years of age. During the
period when most boys aro struggling
through tho seventh and eight grades
and tho flret two years of high school
he was earning his way, first os clerk In
a bookstore and later, at tho ago of14,
as deputy postmaster of Pleasant Hill,
When he was 16 he tackled his first
real Job In railroading. He was ad
mitted as a clerk in tho comptroller s of
fice of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas,
Thirty-eight years later he was elected
chairman of the board of the same
company. But up to that zenith ho had
to work his way step by step. He was
fourteen years going through tho ac
counting offices of the "Katy" and the
Missouri Pacific, and In 1886 he was
appointed auditor, of tho Texas nnd
He went Jo Colorado In 1888 and for
five years was in the wholesale coal
business. Mr. Trumbull considered
those years very useful, for he uued to
say that it was then he obtained the
Viewpoint of tho shipper rather than of
tho carrier. During that time ho atso
mado reports for New York and London
bankers on various Western raiiroau
In 1SS3 he was appointed receiver
and general manager of the Union
Pacific. Denver nnd Gulf. This was tho
bankrupt branch of tho Union Pacific,
Which Mr. Trumbull developed, extend
ed, connected with the Fort Worth and
Denver City and made Into tho Colo
rado and Southern. In that work he
was associated with Grenvllle M. Dodgo
and later with Edwin Hawley and with
the Huntlngtons.
Sold lload to Hill.
Tho Colorado and Southern at that
time had a total mileage of 762 standard
gauge miles and 380 narrow gauge
miles. In the fiscal year ended Juno
30, 1300, the' total operating revenues
amounted to 34,238.000 and operating
expenses to 33,133,000. Earnings were
at tho rate of 33.712 per mile of road.
It was not until 1902 that Edwin Haw
ley became a member of the board of
directors, but Mr. Hawley and Mr.
Trumbull retained their Interest In the
company until Mr. Trumbull effected
tho sale of a controlling part of the
stock to tho late James J. Hill.
This sale took place in 1909. The
total mileage operated Juno 30, 1908,
was 1,952 miles. Tho total operating
revenues amounted to 114,281,000 and
tho operating income amounted to
34,635,000.. Tho company had no float
ing debt and was paying regular divi
dends on its first and second preferred
In 1908, when the Colorado nnd
Southern sale was oarrled out, Mr.
Trumbull was fifty, and his inclination
was to retire. He had had many years
of exceedingly hard work and a great
deal of sickness. It waa Just prior to
this time that the Pennsylvania Rail
road had divested Itself of its Interest
In the stock of the Chesapeake ond Ohio,
and this stock was being held by tho
banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. Mr.
Trumbull was persuaded by his asso
ciates to Join them in the purchase of
this stock and to become chairman of
tho board of directors of the company.
A controlling Interest In the Hocking
Valley was for sale, and Mr. Trumbull
bought thla for tho Chesapoako and Ohio.
Founded Railroad Board. (
About the same time Edwin Hawley
put through negotiations for tho pur
chase by tho Chesapeake and Ohio of
the line from Cincinnati to Chicago,
which Is now known as the Chicago line
of the Chesapeake and Ohio. Tha Hock
ing Valley was a valuable Investment
for tho Chesapeake and Ohio.
Mr. Trumbull married on June 8. 1881,
Mlsa Cora Hale, who died on December
7, 1889. His second wife was Mtss Mary A.
Slsson. daughter ot jjreaericK i'. bisaon
of Illlnola Ho was a member of the Metro
politan and Lawyers clubs, Now York
city ; of tho City, Midday and Economic
clubs, the New England and Mis
souri soclettea. the Society ot Colonial
Wars, the Automobile Club of America
and of tho Denver Club or Denver, Col.
lie waa a member also of the board of
.directors of the Tuakcgeo Normal' and
Industrial Institute and vlco chairman
of the New York Committee of the Civic
League tor Immigrants.
Senator nt Bedalde In Washington
aa End Cornea.
Washington, July 13 Mrs. Elizabeth
Lyons Swanaon,- wife of Senator Swan-
son -of Virginia, aiea to-nignt at uio
Swanson home In Washington. She had
been ill for more than a year from r.
cbmpllcatlon of diseases. Senator Swan
son was nt her bedside when sho died.
Mrs. Swanson was widely known
through having served as hostess at a
number of functions held In connection
with the Jamestown Exposition In 1907,
when 8enator Bwahson waa serving as
Governor ot Virginia.
Funeral services for Frederick Bren
can, who played on the American stago
for fifty-four years, were held Veatcrday
at the FuneTal Church, Broadway and
Kixtv-Blxth street. They were conducted
J by tho. RT..P. Heaney ot fltatea Island.
Shortage of Modols Causes.
Students to Invndq Oafcs
for' Girlg.
Bpecial Cable Pcipatch to Tna Son and New
YoaK Hruii, Copyright, ISiO, by Tub Sun
Paws, July 13. The wildest orgy
Paris has witnessed since tho outbreak
of tho world war opened Franco's cele
bration of her national holiday last
night, when thousands of persons at
tempted to forco an entrance to a hull
wherjj. tho Quatz' Arts ball was In prog
ress. ,
Sixteen hundred students held tickets
t'o this ball, which usoally has been the
gayest and wildest affair of the year,
and invitations wero Issued to 400
models, none of whom boasted of more
clothing than was actually required by
law, while even thla disappeared to a
great extent as the' morning hours ap
proached. Tho shortage of models, however, be
camo apparent and the revellers Invaded
tho boulevard cafes, rounding up flllettt-a
In order not to delay the programmo
and the JoyousneBS. Male rovcllers were
gnrbed In robes of ancient Egypt, while
tho dross of many of their companions
antedated tho Egyptian period by nt
least a score of centuries, in certain
cases approaching that of tho Eden
As the procession moved along tho
Champs Elysees, thousands of hilarious
cltliens nnd tourists Joined In Its wake,
but found themselves against a solid
wall of pollco wherr they tried to con
vince the guards that thoy had a right
to enter tho danco hall. Even tho Re
publican Guards wero called out tcrpre
servo order as the rioters continued to
mingle the muslo of Jazz bands and the
popping of champagne corks.
Allapublla buildings In Paris are Illu
minated to-night and there Is public
dancing l.n tho streets, all pollco re
strictions having been lifted for the oc
casion. A great military review will to,
held In Vlncennes to-morrow despite th6
absence of both President Dcschancl and
Premier Mlllerand.
There will bo Another day of rejoicing
and dancing to-morrow, with fireworks
and sldo shows, and the celebration of
the fourteenth will contlnuo until Thurs
day morning.
American Ambassador Anions
Thoao Who Attend Services.
London, July 13. Funeral services
wero held In Westminster Abbey to-day
for tha late Baron Fisher of Kllveratone,
Admiral of the Fleet Eight Admirals,
Including Viscount Jelllcoc, acted as pall
bearers. , Burial will take placo to-morrow at
Kllverstono Hall, Norfolk, where the
LOST-Department of Justice government
shield, gold color and was In leather bag;
5 reward. MAX YEAGEIt, Hotel Seville,
20th st. nnd Madison nv.
LOST On train Iwtweijii Amston, Conn., and
New York, pocketbook containing peddler's
license; iiDerai reward, j. duuas, ids urcn-
sra st
LOST On 7th av. subway express Sunday
nifnt, pass rase containing railroad passes;
nueriu rewara. meuhhun, -so uroaaway.
Phono Worth 4777.
LOST Black lunch box. containing thurmnM
bottle, gold watch, chain, 4c, Canarsle
train, cunaay evening; reward, uusnwicx
LOST In Wanamaker's store, a package of
papers; reward of 110 will be paid to
finder. Address AUGUSTUS PITOU, 214
nmj;ci nr.
.... ......u biiu iiu ..rot tuns asnni iui ituurit
of bundles by taxi driver leaving young lady
mi x,. Aiuimii oc lu.; ituci numoer Known.
or iwis prism mnoculars with leather caao;
lost at Sea Gate July 3 or 4. either on docks
or In launch of Atlantic Yacht Club, no
turn to ENOINEEH CO., 17 Battery place,
ipw iorK ciijr.
$25 reward tjt fcwnwlcker suitcase eon.
talnlng lardy's olothlng and Japanese silver
mirror; lost in Asiary rark or road to Key
port, Via Seabrlght. JEWETT, HADDEN &
.j juaaison av.
Wearing Apparel. '
LOST One skin sable necknleco. nn Julv 1!
about noon, on 5th av. or Bth av. bus. be
tween 3Uh and 43th sts. or In Stern's, Lord
& Taylor's or Altman's. Reward given If
unuer realms xo Miss kvass, JYalt instl
ime. ai, ityerson St.. iirookiyn. N. Y.
LOST-Bctwcn West 8th st. and Stlllwell av.,
Brighton line, Brooklyn, a fox fur neck
ploce, dropped from elevated; reward. I'hone
M. SI'E.STER. Worth 2510.
LOST-Peraon finding hat on 3th St.. be
tween Btn and 10 avs., Monday P. M re
turn is west 31th at., Bth floor, room 43;
LOST (S25 roward Irom automobile In New
York, a black plush coat trimmed In two
rows of fox fur. Return to 14 West SOth
st. and receive reward.
LOST Purple coat with marten collar and
cuffs. July 3, near Sleepy Hollow Club
entrance. Chelsea C770.
H" lost on jury t; noerai reward. Com
municate Room 1P00. 150 Nassau at., or
LOST Plamond and pearl brooch, between
10-12 P. M Friday, In Long Iiland depot,
Flatbush av., or way to depot from Dltmas
av by way rark av. trolley; liberal reward.
Freeport 113M. Windsor 8201.
LOST Blue satin Jewelry box. containing
man's ring with three diamonds; two pins,
one breast, one novelty; Sunday, from auto
en route New York to Huntington: reward.
HOFEn, apartment 27. Audubon S.'iO.
LOST Between 28th st. and 42d st., either
on ous on sinewam, a jeweuea ena of
Pin. sapphire cabochon surrounded with
diamonds. Reward If returned, apartment
1103, Frlnce Georgo Hotel.
LOST On Thursday, June 24, going from
2000 Ocean rarkway to 4th av. and Slat
at., Bay Ridge, lady's small gold Walthara
watch, gift of deceased husband: Initials
'J. u. ; rewara. iwi uoney if'said.
LOST-Small gold wrlt watch, Initials va
E. B" Saturday, 12-1. Stlt av. bus, 23d.
55th sts., or 85th St., Bth av, 0th ave. Reward.
JACKSON. S3 Irving Tlace. Stuyvesant 2718.
v rvni' nl.mnnH nlfttlnitm ntn Ham...,. n ...
LjyJH r"'' wvunil .Idl
er j umuo, .iicuiwji, uucii rewara.
Phone Klngsbrldgo 501. Mrs. WILLIAMS.
Spuytsn Duyvll. N. Y. '
LOST SItnet ring, Rlvorsl, Brighton Beach
washroom, marked February 4, into, n.
tlals M. H.; reward. MAX HONIGMAN, cars
Max Aflier. it r.m imii pi.
LOST Watch, tetween WanamaKer'a and
Savoy Hotel, on July 9; platinum wrist
In diamond. Rotnrn n
r in. .
tnsT Bttwcen St. Francis Xavlsr's Chnrri,
Bth av. and 8th st.. Jady's gold watoh.
owner's namo inside. Liberal reward
Hotel Marlton. 3 West 8th st.
LOST-Dlmona piaunum Dar ptn Friday
In the New York or Brooklyn shopping dis.
trlct or 7th av. subway; sultablo reward
- ' lUJllKt.
- Tl. -1 illMAnH K u i. n...
LOST Pearl and diamond brooch, 3th
and Broadway or vicinity. Reward. Tel.
Hrnuyisr iiw.
LOST-A string ot Irregular shaped pearls';
suitable reward. Write C. B. K., Mont-
for return of gold vanity case, with black
enamel shield, lost June 19, on road be
tween Baysnore and Farmlngdale, L. I.
BLACK. STARR & FROST, Bth av. and 48th
tVir return ot platinum bar pin. containing
7 larg and numerous small diamonds. Loit
July '3, betwoen Plcasantvllle and White
Plains, t. 1. a- n. m,b w, uu., 13
William street. .
for return of platinum pin. containing frmi-
dlamonds, lost June 22, at Plalnfleld, N. J.
I. II. & B. II. WEINBERG, 603 Bth av.
Cata nnd Dor.
LOST Saturday afternoon, Ryan Park, Rye,
r. 1., uruwu luiuo hupi tiiii ocuuyj kouu
reward. MERCADANTE, Horton at., Rye;
N. Y.
- MM' fin tntw U hl.rv 1Wn.,.ni.n A
jJi A v.. WW v. -'. . vi.i.iBiiiail UUj,,
name rom rom: aiu rewara. anawuodl
S734. 1741 East Cth at., near av. P, Brook-1
lyn. J
body will be conveyed to tha church'
yard on a farm wagon covered with tho
samo Union Jack used at .the .funeral ot
Lady Fisher. Eight sailors will carry i
the coflln across the lawn to tho, grave. Mr
John W. Davis, tho American Ambas
sador, waa among the large number of
distinguished personages attending tho ,'
services, and American naval offlcera
wero stationed with British officers in
tho west door of tho Abbey when tho
procession arrived. -
Arrived lu England Front Nev
York Seriously III
Southampton, England, July 13.
Rear Admiral Hertry Tudor Brownoll
Harris, U. S. N retired, died here last
nljlit. Admiral Harris arrived hero on
tho steamship Now York July 2, seriously
Admiral Harris was born In Hartford,
Conn., In 1845. Ho rved In tho navy
during tho civil war and afterward held
various ranks In the navy. From 1903
to 1906 ho was paymaster-general and
chief of the bureau of supplies and ac
counts. The homo of Admiral Han Is
was Washington, D, C.
Flags wero nt half staff at the Fed
eral Building In Brooklyn yestorday
upon receipt of word of ths death In
Burlington, Vt., of D. Lincoln Benedict, '
clerk of the Federal District and Cir
cuit courts for thirty-seven jtears. Mr.
Benedict retired In 1911 and moved to
Burlington- Ho was born In that city
In 1835. Mr. Benedict' was a brother of -tho
late Charles L. Bonedlct, n Judge of
tha United States District Court, and
also of Robert L. Benedict, an admir
alty lawyer. His wlfo died two years
William J. Rcllly, general passenger '
agent of tho Anchor Line, died In his
home, 303 Fifteenth st, Brooklyn, yes- -,
terday; He suffered a paralytic etroko '
Sunday evening. Mr. Rellly was born .
In Elizabeth, N. J., In 1859. When ho
was 20 years old ho entered tho Anchor n
Lino employ as a dock helper.
B I RT H S .
HICKEY.-112 West Mth, born to Mr, and
Mrs. John Hlckey. triplets, on June 20;
first bom. boy, weight AH pounds; second,
boy, weight B, and third, boy. 0V4. Mother
and babies all doinR well. Mrs. Hlckey la
mother of seven children.
Arnold, Marie.
Bothe, Marie
Collins, Charles TJ.
Cruger, Julie 0.
de Cordova, F. M.
Klllllea, Cathartno.
Lane, Walter L.
Langdon, Ellen E.
Levy, Lewis
Lyon. John.
Marble, Harry M.
Moore, Martha A.
Montague, Helen O.
McKenna. Patrick
McNtilty, Helen .
Parmolee, Mary A.
Itafsky, Anna
Ilellly, William J.
Ituttor, Fannie F.
Trumbull, Frank.
Wolf, Rose.
In Memorlam.
Roosevelt, Quenlln. v
........ M j mm Marie
Arnold, widow ot Richard Arnold. Services . ,
at Imnianual Church, 88th St. and Lexing
ton av., Thursday, July 13. at 2 F. M. In-
termcnt private.
BOTHE. Monday, July 12, 1920, Marie, be-
loved wife of August Botha and mother ,
of Emllle Barth, In her 74th year.
Friends are Invited to attend funeral
services at her lato residence, 134 Ross
st., Brooklyn, Wednesday evening, July
14, at 8 o'clock.
COLLINS.-On Monday, July 12, 1920, Charles
Bonner Collins, husband of Florence
Harm Collins. Funeral services Wed-,
nesday, 3:30 P. M. at Hotel Imperial,
Slst st. and Broadway. Interment Green
wood Cemetery.
CRUOER.-Monday. July 12, 1020. Julie Grin-
nell. daughter of Thomas Wentwortn bior-
row of Boston, widow ot Joi. a. "
Rensselaer Cruger of New York, great
nleco ot Washington Irving, iuneral pri
vate, r
DE CORDOVA. Florence Mercedes, beloved
wife of Arthur E. de Cordova, suddenly,
July 12. Funeral services at lier late resi
dence. 231 West 89th St., on Thursday,
July 15, at 3:30 P. M. Interment at Wood
lawn Cemetery. t
KILLILEA. On July 11, 1020. Catharine
Klllllea, age 83 years, beloved mother ot
Thomas Klllllea, M. D.
LANE. On Tuesday. July 13. 1920, Walter
L., beloted husband of Elliabeth Ash- .
ley Lane, aged 53 years. Services at his
late residence, 363 Bth t Brooklyn.
Thursday, July 19, P. M. Interment
private. Relatives and friends, nl;o
members of Lilly Lodge, 342. F. and A. M..
are respectfully Invited to attend. Bos
ton. Mass., and St. Johns, New Bruns
wick, papers please copy.
LANGDON. Ellen D.. widow of j!hn H.
Langdon, on Tuesday morning, July 18.
Services at her late residence. 301 West
107th St., Wednesday afternoon at 4:o0.
Interment at Castleton. Vt.
LEVY. Lewis Levy, beloved husband of Car
rie Levy, and son of Rebecca Levy, passed
away Monday. July II, at 2:02 A. M. In
terment private.
I.YON.-At Tort Chester, N. Y., July 12, 1920.
John Lyon. In his 82d year. Funeral ser
vice at his late residence, 383 King M.. on
Thursday. 15th Inst., at 3 P. M. Kindly ,
MARBLE. At Newark, N. J., on Sunday. '
July 11, 1U-U. Iiarry iuiuo. iiuaimig ufc
Helen Case Marble. Funeral services will
be held at his lata home, 023 Ridge St.,
Newark, on Wednesday, July 14, at
2:30 P. M.
MOORE. July 11. Martha A. Services ,
Stepncn Merrui iiayei, oui m
if., t . Wednesday. 2 P. M.
MONTAGUE. At Waterbury, Conn., July 12. , ,
13;0, lieien uerxruae aiwuwsuo, uviw.ru
wife of Hobart T. Montague. In thov
thirty-sixth year of her age. Funeral
..nrl.d nrivitn. I
McKENNA. On July 12 Patrick, beloved 4,
1 , .. . rAh.rlna V.Vanfln una
father of Patrick H. and John L. Mc
Kenna and Mary F. Wllloughby. Funeral
from his lata residence, 320 Stuyvesant ,
a v., Brooklyn, Thursday at 10y A. M.
Requiem mass at Holy Rosary, -Chauneey n
.1 interment In Calvary. .
McNULTY. Helen, on Monday, July 12, 1020. f
noicmu requiem ulnae ii hhulwu .
St. Patrick's Cathedral on Wednesday,
Julv 14. 1D20. at 11 A. M.
RAFSKY,-July 13, 1920, Anna Rafsky, be-
lOVeu WHO OI UIU cini.nj. i'Mi'stai
vices at her late residence, 200 West
tilth i.. Wednesday. July 14. 2 P. M. .-.
PARMELEE. Suddenly, July 11, Mary A. (
rarmeiwe, in uiu ,u.ii jmi
Funeral on Wednesday evening, 8 P. M., ,
July 14. at 1811 Albermarlo road. Flat-
K,,h Ttprtnlttvn.
REILLY.-Suddenly, Tuesday, July 13, 1920.
at nis resiucnyrc, ot.,
William J. Rellly. beloved husband of Rosa ,
C. Rrllly. Funeral' from his late residence
on Thuraday at 0:30 A. M.. thence to tha
Church of St. Stanislaus, 14th at. and Cth
av., Brooklyn, where a solemn requiem
masa will be celebrated at 10 A. M,. Au-
tomoblle cortege.
RIOTER. At Sharon, Conn., on Sunday, 1
July 11, r annia jp jiuuor, wu vi in
late John Potta flutter. Funeral from her
lata residence, 106 Central Park West,
on Wednesday, 14th, at 2 P. M. Interment
private. Philadelphia, Pottstown, ra
and Brooklyn papera please copy. Kindly
nmlt flowers.
TRUMBULL. At Santa Barbara, Cal., July
mnA nlife nf funeral to be announced later.
WOLF. Rose Wolf (nee Van Cernoot), wife
Ol JVOrttllttiu 1"V1,V1 V. 11. .... VJW0'1
ter of Barah Van Dernoot, sister of Esther,
Engtl, Louis and Emanuel Van Dernoot.
Funeral Thursday, July 15. 10 o'clock.
Campbell's. CCtli st. and Broadway.
Bathlah No. 10. U. O. T. S. Sisters ar
requested to attend funeral of our 8tste(
Rose Wolf, from Campbell's Funeral Par
lor. C6U1 at. and Broadway, on Thuraday,
July IS, 1020, at 10 A. M.
Amanda' S. Lasantr, President.
ROOSEVELT. Quentln Roosevelt, Nlnety-
tlllll Aera oqunuiuiii ivitiiicij . rr.n,
July 14, 1018. "None fell with more glory;
thoustr-ciany fell, and there waa muct
Births Deaths
Engagements Memorials
Marriages Confirmations
Annulments Lodges
may be telephoned for publi
cation in THE SUN AND NEW
YOKK HERALD any time up to
midnight for the next day's is
sue. CallPitzroy 6000.

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