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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1920.
luncheon Parties Crowd All Clubs at Southampton Throne Jieach Lar&er Than on Any Day This Summer. . ,al (o Thi Brw nd Naw Torn Hbai.d. CnUMfWK, I Li Aug. ..-Southron's beach presented a decidedly , and flva PParance thU morn- f'i,h the now bright striped paraeols I., dotted every available apace and i,. pretty gowns of the woman. The Jm wW larger than on any day this ,L"r There were a great many new J In the crowd, as many peraona re '1,'ned over from Die Flagg-8ago wed- jm and others from the dog ahow to .'.J. the turf bathing and other pleaa- .,' of ,hfl w"k ncl" uiacaeoni were given at the various , b and all of them were crowded, an ' nui'jalty lar0 nunlbr fathering at the ihlnnooock Hills CJolf Club. Among them " Mr Robert W. Kelly, Mrs. Robert I Thompson. Mr- and Mrs. Stophen P. p'll mim Hilda Sykea, Mra Qeorga Q. p! witt Mr. nd Mrs. John Berwlnd, vr and Mr Vernon C. Brown, Mlaa iri Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Caalmlr . Rham. Mr. Morehead Patterson, MaMr Lawrence and Edward Van In- . Ml, p . V .dentine, Mr. Anderson Valentine, Mr. hd Mrs. Philip D. Ar maur Dr, Qtorgt A. Dixon, Col. and ir, ncnrv Ms. Mr. Henry May, Jr.; ,, i mim. Harold Barclay, Mr. and rs William A. Barstow, Mrs. William Ma- Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ball, ill and Mrt. William Hamilton, Mr. and Mr. Oeom I.earv. Mr. George Leary, jjlai Elaine Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Inriin Sullivan, Mr. Frank Harden, Miss rdnll 'lice, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Max ... Major and Mrs Theron Strong, Mr. I Mra. Victor Mapes, Mr. and Mrs. . en i. Miss (iertrude Robinson, .'- and Ml 0. W, Hright and Mra. Willia m Morton Orlnnell. Mr. William V, Hoppln tins arranged for her son. Hasten William and Frcd- Hoppln, gomo water sports at the .1 Oolf ''lull bathing beach next T (d,iy llr. end Mr 'lardlnrr Gllsey, who n recently married, motored over i im their home In gungue thlg morning nil joined tbo throng on the beach. i't: Wedi esday at the SbinnaoMk Hills nelf Club there 111 be s women's golf rnament, for which a first and second lit Is offered. Mmes. William Baratow, rinley P Dunne and Stewart Preston liave charge .f the Hrrsngements. Newport's Interest Centres in Tennis PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. Haw York. Mra. Ralph Sanger, who arrived from England on the Adriatic on Friday, will paaa the autumn with hor parents, Prof, and Mrs. Henry Fairfield Osbom, at Garrison, N. V. Brlg.-Gen. and Mra Henry O. flharp of Washington, D. C, are the gueata of hta sister, Mra. Ira Davenport, In Bath, N. Y. Mrs. Charles 1. Hudson, who has been visiting; Mra Dreltncourt Martin at New London, returned yesterday to her home at Byoaset, L. I. Mra William A. Road and her daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Read, will go on Tuesday to the Adirondack from Pur chase, N. Y. Messrs. Madtaon and De Forest Grant have gone by automobile, to Winter Har bor, Me. Mrs. Whltelaw Reld hns gone to her camp In the Adirondack from Ophlr Hall. White Plains, N. Y. Miss Martha McCook Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wlnthrop W. Aldrlch In South ampton. Mr. Adrian Iselln has gone to Bar Hurbor to Join Mrs. Iselln. Mr. and Mra. .lohn Ilussell Pope are the guesta of her mother, Mra Pem broke Jones, in Newport Mr. and Mrs. F. Sklddy von Stade have returned to Westbury, Lv I from Saratoga Springs. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Crocker went yesterday to the Adirondack from Oyster Bay. Miss Kellermann Does New Dive in Her Latest 'Movie' What Women Love,' at Capi tol, Provides Many Thrills for Audience. pfrie! ' Tin Si n ana New Yoaa )laat.n. NtWPOgT, R. ., Aug. 8. All Interest ere to-day centred in the Invitation lawn tennis tournament to begin to inorrow, and all through the day the larka at the Casino were busy arrong v the euts and boxes for those who lit to use them for tho entire week. It . but natural under these conditions it H ero was a large gallery this after oon to witness the finals In the worn tn'l doubles tournament, and the play rai not only sharp but so close aa to tulrc three sets to decide the winners. Mrs. Lewis G. Morris and Mlas Edna Barger wero the successful team, beat 's, Mrs. Barger Wallach and Mr, lergi Peabody Gardner. Jr., 6 4, 3 S. -I. Aa innovation In the morning concerts I tii ''ulno wis made by the board of rmtmori to-day. The Wednesday con tru will be changed from morning to htnoon, which will be a concession to IWren of the colony, who have j-1 themselves heard In the manage nin' of Newport's social life. The .! that they like to dance on the leranda of the horseshoe pavilion, and Uu rules do not permit this when mora mature member of society are present the children are wise enough to now that If they get an afternoon con fit no one else will be around to in 'ftre with their pleasures. There were many visitors at the to-day, and among those signing n regllti - were Mr. Ernest W. Hobbs, ' Berkeley Wills of Denver, Mr. Na 1 P. Hill, who Is stopping with Mr. iid Mra. Crawford Hill; Mr. George T. Vlfe. who with Gov. Beekman ; Major mard Drennan of Boston, the Misses liiabeth ernon and Virginia Vernon, mgbtera of Mr. and Mrs. William B. i'ernon; .Mr. George Drexel Btddle of Philadelphia, Mr. Charles M. Bull, Jr.; Mr at.d Mrs. William Grosevenor, Mr. isd Mrs. Ooorge B. Hedges and Sir. T. I Emery of Boston. Perhaps the most prominent among tha "nT-ralnir.ents this evening was the inner at the Clambaae Club, given by Mr. Reginald C. Vanderbilt. Long be " the dinner several friends who have "tere 1 the tournament gathered at Sandy Point Farm for a little prelim inary pract'.e. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould Shaw also a dinner this evening. MIh Geneva Wlailow Married. Mill Geneva .lean WIrslow, daughter ( Dr. and Mrs. Julius M. Window of III Morringside Drive, and Lieut. O. 'wn Man kin, son of Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Jlankin of Washington, were irried Thursday afternoon in the Imrch of St Mary the Virgin by the ' Dr, Joseph O. H. Barry, rector, 'Misted by the Rev. Father C. Wlnthrop 'abody The bride's attendants were Mrs. f). Kenneth Babcock of Orange. J n.- Miss Miriam Sutherland of 'lour.. Vernon, .v. r. Waahlnvton. Mr. Augusto Cochrane de .Renter, Ambassador of Brasll, la spending tho week end In Green Spring Valley, near Baltimore. Secretary of Commerce Alexander is with hie family at Gallatin, Mo and will not return to Washington until September I. Prince Coslmlr I.ubimlrskl, Minister of Poland, Is at the legation for a few days, but will rejoin Princess Lubtmlr nkl at Newport this week. Secretary of tho Navy Daniels, Mrs. Pnniels and their son, Mr. Frank Dan iels, spent Saturday and Sunday in Get tysburg. Secretary D.liiIiIb started Inst night for Hydo Pnrk. N. Y.. to attend the notification of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic nominee for Vice-President. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Frank E. Beatty have gone to Orkney Mineral Springs. Vs., to pass the rest of tho summer. Mrs. Heatty s sister, Miss Peachy, is with them. Mrs. Poe White, who has been visit ing Mrs. Paul Pcareall at Black Hock. Conn., has gone to i ork riaror, age. Later she will visit ICasthampton, T. 1., and return to Washington In September. In Other Places. M'ibs Miriam Fenno will be one of the hildesir.alds at the murrlHge of Miss Lucy Train, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Train, to Dean Worcester, which will take place at Bar Harbor on August 21. The engagement has been announced cf Miss Isabel Noyes of Washington to Mr. Georgn Irving Hubbard of Hart ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hub bard of Groton. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. K. Pelham Dodd of New York, who were guests of Mrs. Charles E. Inches at her home In Bos ton, have gone to Lake Winnlpcsaukee, JJ. H where they have leased a camp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Adams ond thelT daughter. Miss Catherine Adams, are staying at Mtnota. North Scltuate, Mass. They will return to their country place at Concord about the middle of September. Mrs. S. A. Macdonnell of Boston sailed on the Aqultanla Saturday for Europe. CARD PAETY FOR HOSPITAL. Huntington Snimnrr Colony Ar ranges entertainment. The summer colony In the vicinity of Huntington. I,. I., will comentrate Its attention Wednesday afternoon on a card party in the Huntington Bay Club for the benoflt of the Huntington Hospi tal. The chairman of the committee Is Mrs. William O. McAdoo with Mrs. Ar thur Nichols aa her assistant. Mrs. WU lard N. Baylls, aa treasurer, has re ceived many subscriptions for tables at $5 each and single tickets at $1.25. Other members of the directing commit tee are Mrs. L, Grant Baldwin. Mrs. William Faversham, Mrs. E. Rodney Flake, Mra. James C. Conklln, Mrs. Roger Conklln. Mrs. Stuart Glbboney. Mrs. Clinton Gilbert. Mrs. Meredith Hare, Mrs. J. Alexander Hayden, Mra August Heckscher. Mrs. Otto H. Kohn, Mrs. John F. Wood, Mrs. Cornelius G. McGuIre. Mrs. Mervyn Scudder and Mrs. Russell M. Young. Subscriptions for tables have been re ceived from Mrs. Richard Derby, Mrs. James Elverson, Mrs. Peter Winchester Rouss, Mra Lydlg Hoyt, Mtb. Henry D. Bixby, Mrs. John T. Robb, Mrs. Edward CarlL Mrs. William H. Strykcr, Mrs. Frederick Oalow, Mrs. William B. Gib son, Miss Dorothy Snyder, Mrs. Walter Jennings, Mrs. Charles W. Merrill. Mrs E. Z. Nutting, Mrs. Edward T. Newell. Miss Ada Wlnslow, Mrs. Franklin T. Al len. Mrs. Henry Rogers Wlnthrop, Mrs. James Bowen, Mrs. Henry L Stlmson, Mrs. Howard Barny and Mrs. Arthur W. Page. Every motion picture In which An nette Kellermann has appeared hitherto has had something of the sensational, for merely to see "the diving Vonua" In her bathing costume has given some persons a thrill. But In "What Women Love," it First National production, shown at the Strand, which Is her latest splaahlng vehicle, there are severnl sit uations that are exciting enough of themselves without the aid of a one piece suit In fact, the picture would probably be permitted at Long Beach for Its other attractions. Miss Kellermann, as the daughter of a social reformer who Is abducted by a villain aboard a ship, Is pursued to the topmast by tho blatkjruard captain and tl enco docs a beautiful 1(0 foot dive Into the sea, which leaves the captain foiled but admiring, with his mouth open. But even this strenuous stunt doesn't absolve Mies Kellermann from further hair raising experiences, for she has to undergo a frantic fight undrr water be fore she can end her days in peuce In the heron arms. Tho scenes representing Honolulu are striking, there are some good comic situations and altogether It Is the best . picture In which Miss Kellermann has I ever "figured." Ralph Lewis, Wheeler I Oakman and Bull Montana do some ! capable work chasing the fair mermaid over the watery landscape. "The Bot tom of the Sea." a special prologue, with John Hart, barytone, furnishing the solo, puts the audience In the proper liquid mood. Selections from "Pinafore"; "Fiddle ond I," rendered by A. Brlglto, violinist; Anna de Millta, harpist, and Lois Ben nett, soprano, and a frothy comedy are other parkIM of foam on tho Strand wave. Bryant Washburn seems fated to be forever having amusing troubles In the movies over booze, and this week nt the Rlvoll. In "What Happened to Jones," ho seems as destined ns ever to run afoul of distress and laughi. This Para mount version of Georgo Broadhurst's famous farce comes at a particularly apt time, and the enjoyable excitement over bootlegging, two precious bottles of whiskey and the reformed crook are even funnier now that they seem so obviously fiction. Naturally, for the comedy the Rivoli has a Sunshine farce, "Ten Nights With out t Barroom ' Besides k scenic, "The Alchemy of Winter," Cesare Nesl. tenor. sings an aHu from "Pagllacci" and the orchestra winds up with the overture from Auber s "Masnnlello." The Capitol has "The Devil's Pass Key." a screen version of Baroness de Meyer's story r.f Parisian ateliers as the great god of fiction would have us believe they are. This story, poised against some elaborate Interiors, deals with young woman who becomes mixed up i'l n scandal, and whose hus band, ignorant of Jier part In It. proceeds to dramatize the affair In the blundering manner playwrights are so often rep resented to have done by fellow play wrights. The picture Is fully up to the high standard set by Mr. Kothapfel at this hoii.se recently. It Is supplemented by Will Rogers's "Illiterate Digest' and Liszt's "Thirteenth Rhapsody." Mary Mllea Miiiter is as alluring a evr In "A Cumberland Romance" at the Rialto. and this Reatart Version of John Fox, Jr 's story, "A Mountain Kuropa." Is one filming of a well knowT tale that Is well dona. The outdoor scenes are especially alluring on h hot day. Rossln'i ' La Gazza, Ladra," a comedy and other Incidental features fill up the measure of erjoyment to overflowing. At the Broadway is "Fickle Women," together with Billy B. Van In a comedy. "Snakes." William Famum will be presented to night at the Lyric Theatre by William '"ox in a screen transcription of Justin Huntly McCarthy's story and play, "If I Were King." RESORT NOTES. The Bcrkshlrrs. Mrs Charles Astor Brlsted, Mrs. John E. Alexandre and Mr. Orenvllle L Wln throp are among those who have loaned exhibits to the Lenox Library In con nectlon with the fiftieth anniversary of St. Anne's Catholic Church, which be gan to-day. Mr. Wlnthrop has loaned a framed copy of the first page of the Naw York Herald of April 18. 18fi5, telling of the assassination of Lincoln. Mrs. Joseph H. Choate gave a dinner at Naumkeag In Stnrkbrldgn last night for Dr. Pierce Bailey and his son, Mr. Pierre Bailey. Jr.. of New York. Miss Eyeleen Cumralng, Mrs. Albert Miller and Mr. Joseph Stevenson of New York are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chester French In Stock bridge. Mr. and Mrs. H"rb. rt Parsons and two sons have gone to Loon Lake. Adi rondack!!, for two weeks of camping. Miss Lisa Parsons Is with Mr. and Mrs. Henry clews In Newport. Miss Virginia Roosevelt of New York Is at Or. hard House In Tjringham for the rest of the month. Out of Town For the Summer Metropolitan Readers of AND THE NEW YORK HERALD AND OF She (Sbtning $tm leaving town for the summer or for shorter periods "wv become mail subscribers and have their papers delivered to them wherever there is a post office. Addresses will be changed as often as desired. Order through your newsdealer or at publication office. 280 Broadway. Subscription rates are printed at the head of the editorial page. Telphone 10000 Worth. ilretton Woods. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Way of Glen Cove. L, Li whose daughter Is at Pine Knoll Camp In Conway, are spending the season there at the Presidential Inn. Miss Ida Holies of New York and Miss Anna Munson of Madison. N. J , are slso there. Alexander C. Ferguson of Philadelphia, with his daughter. Mrs. Charles B. Nobllti. Is at Gray's Inn, Jackson. Rear Admiral Harry Knox of Annap olis, Md.. and Mrs. Knox are spending the summer at tho Inn. Hot Sprlnws. Special to Th Sou kd N'sw Tom Hbsai.u. Hot SpaiHos, Va., Aug. 8. iMr. and Mrs. Charles L. Patterson and Mlsai Elisabeth Patterson have arrived at tho Homestead from Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Oeorgo V. Harper arrived from Philadelphia. The Misses Margaret and Mercer Dunlop gave a dinner parly last eve ning In the Homestead and later took their guests to the movies. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge McNecly enter tained a party of six at dinner last night at the Oaks. Mr. and Mra Francis H. Siason drove yesterday to Falling Springs before Mr. i Sleson's departure In tbe evening for New York. MANY NOTABLES IN 2,493 ON IMPERATOR Mrs. W, K. Vanderbilt, Jr., and Two Daughters Ke tnrn In Mourning. Among the 2,4(18 passengers on hoard the former German liner Imperator, which reached port yesterday morning, were a larger number of notable per sona of this country and Kurope than have been assembled on one ship per haps since tho globe trotting days of the pre-war period. Men and women prominent socially predominated, but In addition to these theatrical producers, actresses, singers, big business men, several American tennis champions and many others had seized the opportunity for a fast voy age on the huge ahlp, which now files the flag of the Cunard Line. The ship, which came from South ampton and Cherbourg, ran through good weather and smooth seas In the entire passage, averaging 18.17 knots for the trip across. The time from Cherbourg was seven days nine hours forty-nine minutes. Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., and her daughters, Consuelo and Muriel, re turned dressed In deep mourning be cause of the death of W. K. Vanderbilt, Sr. They started abroad about live weeks ago for a trip, which was cut short by the death of Mrs. Vanderbllt'a father-in-law. (ore? Itetnrns I rum England. William Ellla Corey, steel man, an other voyager, who had been on a visit to England, said that prominent English men with whom he had talked Just be fore taking passage on the Imperator, were not worried much about the Bol shevist advance Into Poland, or other Phases of tho situation. The labor situ ation In England Is occupying much thought, he said, but he expressed the belief that It would be settled satisfac torily. Mr. Corey was informed that the Bethlehem Steel Corporation had noti fied the city that if awarded the con tract to buli.i the new County Court House the company would employ skilled labor, whether affiliated with labor unions or hot. "What ele could they say?" was Mr Corey's only comment. One of the most impressive and beau tiful buildings in tills country will be erected by Mrs. Adolph Ppreckels of San Franolsco on a hill overlooking San Fraqclsco Bay as a memorial to the soldiers of California who fell In the war, Mrs. Spreckels announced on her arrival here. "The building will be a repllcn of the Legion of Honor T'alace in Paris." she said. "It will be of the same size and will ht hnilt. as is the original, of marble. The French Government will furnish many of the rooms with art treasures such as ancient Gobelin tapes tries. The DUCheslS de Vendone, a sin ter of Albert Kins of the Belgians, slid Queen Marie of Rumania will also fur nish room?." Mrs. Bpreckela was accompanied by her brother. Gustavus de Brettevtlle. She had been In Europe for three months. In her stay in France Mrs. Bpreckela sent many camions loaded with food and supplies to the people of the devastated regions, who are endeav oring to establish peace and order once more In their villages Others on board included Mrs. Vincent Astor, Hermann Oelricha, Mrs. Ksthe rme Uowlker. sister-in-law of the late Theodore Roosevelt ; Mrs. Frederick C. Havenieyer, the Viscount snd Viscoun tess Maltland. Lady Honor Ward and LoiM Virtor Paget. Vincent Astor met his wife at the pier and then went from there to their yacht, the Christina, s'oourd which they will go to Newport lo-dny to open their summer home. Baechwood, The arrival of Mrs. Astor is being awaited with much Interest In Newport, as besides opening her summer home she is ex pected to take an active part In many of the affairs of the colony. She is a member of the Newport Casino Board, which Is soon to elect a new president and other officers. Oallt-Carol Glad to Get Bark. Mme. Gnlll-Cunci. the singei . reftrned nfter passing four wi cks In Pails, where he saw her mothct. An Italian by birth. Mmc. Oalll-Curcl has made appll . ation for American dtlsenshlp and ex pressed her delight at returning. "I feel on arriving heie In America that I am meeting a young and vigorous girl Just setting triumphantly put In life.'' she said. "Europe la now an old and sorrowful woman, wearied by the strife of centuries." John Emerson, head of the Aotore Equity League, returned from a trip to England and announced that the British Actors' Association would endeavor to arrange a combination contract valid on both stdes of the ocean. This will pro tect the rights of American actors In England and of British actors here. Mr. Emerson was accompanied by his wife, who wsa Anita Loos, scenario writer. He said his observations abrosl con vinced him that both writers and play i rs were suffering still fiom the "shell shock'' of the war. for the plays are dull and poorly presented. Others on board were Sir William Jury, the " inema ing" of Englund, who came with R. A. Rowland, president of the Metro Pictures Corporation, to look over American photoplays for exhi bition abroad ; W. T. Tllden, the tennis champion and winner of the Davis cup: Major E. Harran, formerly the British military control officer here ; Ernest R. Graham, architect of the Equitable Building : Charles H. Strong, secretary of the New York County Bar Associa tion, who lectured In England for the Cnltarlttiis; Mrs. Conway Tearle, whose stage name la Adi le Rowland, und Sir Harry McGowan. KROONLANDTfl183 GET TYPHUS SCARE Suspicious Case Proves to Be Measles. ACCUSED POETESS BLAMES SPIRITS Sensational Murder Mystery With Supernatural Aspects Stirs Paris. Kif.-i.il CaMa Urpatr.h to Tim Hon asd Niw Voaa Haaiu. Copyright, J9I, op Thb Bin and Niw Yoaa Iuould. Paris, Aug. 8. That she was con trolled bv supernatural forces over which she had no control Is tho message of Mme. Besssrabo, chief figure In the sen sational trunk mystery, according to friends who have visited her In the cell where she Is awaiting a preliminary trial on a charge of murdering her hus band, a wealthy dealer In Mexican and Rumanian oil stocks. Legal advisors point out that the wo man's poems all ahow a marked under current of neurasthenic savagery which might have had some Influence In the circumstances surrounding the death of her first husband, for whom she pro fessed the greatest affection but who tho police are Inclined to believe also was a victim of the woman's Irresponsible rage. Scores of literary associates who at tended the gatherings at her home when as Hera Mlrtel she recited poems of vengeance who huve been questioned by detectlvea all unite In the belief that the woman hypnotised herself through In creasing nervous tension to the pitch where crime lost Its meaning. This, they say, was supplanted by recent spiritual seances and the study of Hindu magic. While reconstructing the crime en tirely, even to thrusting a mock corpse into the trunk. In the room whore her husband was shot, Hera Mlrti.Ts unbal anced mentality Is shown In a signed declaration she Issued to tho press last night, In which she declares she is In capable of such destruction. "I'm not a woman who kills every thing," says the poetesa "My past protests against such accusations. I'm Hera Mlrtel mid all my works are radiant testimony of my creations ; there fore I am Incapable of destroying." M. Roherts. head of the Parisian Bar, who has been appointed to defend the women, has gained national prominence for his successful defences of women charged with crimes of the most serious nature. The public Is shocked by the sinister revelations now being made, and despite the usual tendency to extend mercy to women, the demand Is apparent that she pay the extreme penalty rather than that consideration should he given to the impulses which are thought to have directed her actions. 2,200 BOY SCOUTS IN CAMP. I.arm'tt Gathering; In ralisadea Park Reaches Fall qnota. What !s said to be the largest boys' .-snip in the world, the Hoy Scouts of America ciimn on Kanohwahke Lake in the Palisades Interstate Park 1ms now reached Its full quota of :.C0n boys, the approximate number that will be In at tendance until Labor Day. Registra tion! are exceeding the i apacity and scouts who wish to attend the lamp mint file their applications without de lay. The period for most groups in camp is limited to two weeks. A fee of S6 a week is charged each boy, although the actual cost Is about $10.' The boys are divided into sixteen units, each separate camp, nestled In the hills around three lakes in the wild est section of the park. Each of the camps has Its own mess hnil end there is a staff of physician! In constanl attendance. A. B.HOWARD LOST FROM LINER AT SEA American Express Executive on Way to New York. BlgNos Ames, Aug. 8. A. B. How ard, South American manager of the American Express Company, has disap peared from the liner Martha Wash ington, which Is on a voyage from Bue nos Aires to New York, says a wire less despatch received here. He has been missing since July SO. Mr, Howard was one of the best known Americans In South America. He was returning to the United States on account of the Illness of his wife, who preceded him. SHOOTS AT BROTHER; HIT WIFE HE SOUGHT Lovesick Man Bends Three Bullets Into Sister-in-Law Who Refused to Elope. Rudolph and Charles Necdrit. broth ers, were rivals for the samo girl when they lived In Germany, more than ten years ago. The girl, named Mary, gave her hand and heart In matrimony to Charles, and soon after all three came lo America. Rudolph's love, which had smouldered for years, urst forth in a passionate plea Saturday night for the woman to elope with him, and It consumed him blindly early yeBterday so that ho at tempted to murder his brother and get him out of the way. according to the police. But Into the path of the bullets stepped the girl herself, and three shots Intended for; the orother lodged In the body of the woman they both loved one in her stomach, one In the left side and one under the right arm. In the St. Lowrenco Hospital, where the woman was taken, hor condition last, night was said to be critical. Rudolph was arrested on a double charge of felonious assault and violating the Sul livan law. Charles was held as a mate rial witness. Charles Necdrit, who s 38 years old. is superintendent of the apartment house at 408 Audubon avenue. Rudolph, aged 44, Is an Interior decorator, living at 610 West 168th street. According to the version obtained by the police, Ru dolph wrote a note to his sister-in-law urging her to (lee to California with him, He called at the Audubon avenue apartment early Saturday night to press his plea In person, whereupon his brother ordered him out. "I'll go. but I'll come back and get you." the police soy Rudolph threatened. Rudolph returned about I o'clock Sun day morning, armed with a revolver of foreign mako and levelled It ut his brother. "I've got you now," he Is reported ns saMng. as he pulled the trigger three times. But the hammer did not strike. Mrs. Necdrit, roused from her bed. rushed between the brothers as Rudolph pulled three more times. This time the revolver worked, three bullets striking her. Three more chambers were emptied at his brother, the police say, hut the shots missed their mark, and as Rudolph turned to flee they say he told his brother, "If you follow me you'll get GRIDIRON STAR LICKS SQUAD OF TROOPERS Leaveritt Morgan of Princeton Musses Up track Jersey Cavalrymen. This is the story of how I.euverltt Morgan, son of a Newark lawyer and right guard on last year's Princeton eleven, licked single handed a full squad of mounted National Guardsmen -mom. bers of tho crack Essex troop of New .leraey'a First Squadron of cavalry, re cently reorganized. The battle took place yesterday before the door of Wheaton Pierce's garage In Brlello, N. J. During the summer Morgan has been driving a Standard Oil truck, dollverlng gasolene along the Jersey shore. Every day along his route for the last two weeks lie nil passed troopers of the squadron, which has been i camp at Sea Girt. And as he passed, Morgan would salute them. Thai is to ssy, he permitted the truck to backfire. It back fired loud and long. Wild und vocifer ous snorts came from tho body of the big machine, which caused the spirited horses of tho squadron to lay hack their ears and proceed to execute the equiva lent of the tall spin and nose dive. Numbers of the troopers were unseat. d. The unseating process was not one to lend dignity to thu bearing and pos turos of the troopers. Moreover, It was exceedingly mussy to the troopers' new uniforms. After a long and heated council of war a squad of determined troopers marched yesterday morning upon Whea ton Pierce's garage. They found Morgan Irlslde tinkering with his machine. His sleeves already were rolled up. so that little time was lost. Bystanders said Morgan made of himself a "flying wedge." famous in football of other days, and spread rapid and complete disaster. Small boys of the neighborhood, after the tray was over, It was said, were able to equip themselves with complete uni forms. Young Morgan fired a locomotive on the Lackawanna during the "outlaw" railroad strike. after week's Illness. Ha was 40 rear old. Prior to assuming charge of tha oil man's properties he was superintend ent of the Franklin B. Lord estate at Cedarhurst. His wife, two sons and on daughter survive him. FHEDF.mrK STl'RGEII ALLB7T, SrniKUKiELD, Mass., Aug. 8. Frederi Sturgos Allen, general editor of Weh. sler's New international Dictionary snd prominent as a lawyer and in literary circles, died In his home in this city to day. He was born in Norwalk, Conn . and graduated from Yale University a id Law School. Hta connection with the dictionary work begun on his graduation from Vale and continued for six years, when he re turned to Yale to study law. He begun practice in New York and resumed hH editorial work. From 103 he devoted practically nil his time to lexicography and published several books bearing name. . FREDERICK I, PHBliPI. Enic, Po., Aug. 8 Frederick 8, Phelps, president and editor of the En Daily rimes, died at a hospital here io day after a long illness. Mr. Phelps, who whs one of the lea known newspaper men in Pennsylvania had beon the chief executive of tha Times for twenty-live years. He came from Now England thirty-live yeavi ago. He Is survived by his widow. DIED. CANOEISTS, CAUGHT Dl STORM, ARE SAFE yours Meanwhile Sergeant Thonin- Martin Wcofiiahic Members Blown Out of Course as They Pad die in Raritan flay. Fifteen members of the Weequahlr I'anoe snd Athletic Club of Newark were (-ought In the thunder storm Satur day afternoon while paddling through Raritan Bay on their annual irulse to K-mishurg, N. J. The havy wind and the high waves tossed their frail craft about and blew them far out of their .curse. Four of the canoes finally were blown up on the beach at various parts of the bay, where the paddlers had to pass the night. Three .anoes raached Kcanshurg several hours after their scheduled time of arrival, following- a hard battle with the wind and waves. AM the canoeists are strong swimmers and expert in handling such water oraft, but they could not control the frail ves sels In such heavy weather. Their frlen.ls and relatives in Newark, unable BRITISH THEATRES PLAN VAST MERGER of the homicide squad nt Police Head-t0 nny w i quarters, Who lives on the top floor of the njisrtment. had boon awakenoil Ivy the Combine Would Affect 6,000 Houses in Empire. shots. , He rushed down stairs In his pajamas. He saw Rudolph leaving the doorway, his clothes stained, and ar rested h;m after a short chae. "I'm glad it's over. I'm glad I did it, 1 couldn't stand It any longer." Rudolph repeated over and over again, the police said, after ho had told his story. Ar raigned later In Washington Heights court, he was held without ball for a heat ing on Thursday. LEVIATHAN POST TO GIVE GARDEN PARTY Montreal, Aug. 8. Negotiations sie on foot for a gigantic organization of legitimate'' theatre Interests throughout the British Empire, George f. DrlSCOll, vice-president of the Trans-Canada The atres. Ltd.. announced here tq-day. The combine, he snl.l. Is to in. hide all legit imiite theatre owners and ndniinltratorM of England under Sir Alfred Butt, anil I llm.u nt I'.n,,,!. V..n '..ulon.l nn.l I south Africa. j Arrange Monster Benefit n- Bucn a merger would involve actual Ownership of 1.200 theatres und would afft-cl the hooklngs of some H.O00 thea tres, Mr, Drlscnll said. He will sail Wednesday for England on business re lating to the new organization. GOOD TIMES" READY TO BEGIN The final dress rehearsal of "Good Times," the Hippodrome's new spectacle, was held last night prepaaatory to .the opening this evening. The dress re hearsal, with all costumes and scenic and electrical effects working faultlessly, marked the end of three months of labor on the part of the more than 1,200 men and women necessary for the great production. i . , . im- i i , . I . . 1 1 -. 1 1 . in -i nigr.t i this veer is nearly three weeks earlier than ever before, the Intel est of the pleasure seeking public has been so ! tertamment at Stadium. Jtoseph Froggatt, In command of the Leviathan Naval Post of the American Legion, announcevl yesterday that the men of tha post will give a garden party on the afternoon and evening of August 2S In City College Stadium to raise funds for a permanent headquarters, which will be a memorial for the 4,000 men who worked aboard the monster trans port during the war. The entertainment will be under the general direction of the Endowment Fund committee of the post, which Is composed of Henry P. Davidson, honor ary chairman; Mr. Froggatt. Samuel Blvthe, Rear Admiral Henry F. Bryan, Secretary of the Navy .losepiius Daniel, Gov. Edward I. Edwards of New Jer sey. Cyrus T. Cobb, Frank I. Cobb. Irvln 8. Cobb. Bird S. Coler, Cupt. Edward H. Dwell, Eherhard Paber, William X. Flclchmann, Henry W. Gabble, Charles r-t.mr llinl ew.-v anat It, , In. cr....l ,..,,,.1.1 theatre has been sold The i.oilienee ' p lJlllin- Patrick R. Griffin. Jas Uould. all up for lost and had organizer! seaphlng parties which left Newark as soon s the storm abated on a search for their bodies or the wrecks of the canoes Frederick Papsv. commodore of the boat club, reached Keansburg with six othef members of the club In three canoes early Sunday. He reported that the storm was violent In the bay. and that the fleet had become separated soon after the first squall came up. In spite of their exhaustion Papsy and his companions insisted upon Joining the search for the four other canoes.. They kept up their task until dawn without success, when utter weariness forced them to rest. The canoe containing Rudolph Brugge, man and Richard Scott was met by the searching party about 6 o'clock yester day morning, paddling slowly across the bay. .Scott and Bruggeman eatd that they had been blown by the high winds and seas mroas the bay to the lieacti at Morgan, where their canoe was tnrown upon the sand. 0BITUABIES. JEMSE B. PARTRIDGE. Jesse B. Partridge, for the last seven years superintendent of the Pratt es tates at Glen Cove, L. I., died yesterday TTOST AND FOUND. LrRKRAL reward for return of envelope remaining sunt of money and valuable papers. ios between Delano? and Orchard st. a'ld 4ib nv. and nnih St.. Friday after noon. Lnngner 1172. will be a distinguished one. as It will In elude city and Federal officials, army and navy officers and prominent folk of society. "Good Times" Is by R. H. Burnslde and the music la by Raymond Hubbell. Tuo Women Soloists at Stadlnm. Preston Herbert, Robert Hoyme, Edward Nash Hurley. Isaac Keeler. F. S. La Gusrdla, Thomas Luke. .N. S. McClure, Rear Admiral Joseph W. Oman. Major Gen. John F. O'Ryan. Capt. William W Phelps, Oliver R. Quayle, Robert K. Quayle, Thomas H. Reel, Mrs. Elmer A. Sperry, Eugene M Travis, Robert War wick and George White. Many prominent actors and singers An audience ntlmherlnp- fi 000 henrril ihe VnMonai Hvmnhnim i ir.'i. . I hV8 volunteered their services for the College Stadium last1 i ntuoiair iiroKiHiniue Hi solollsts Miss ' au anseu. prunuwri UKisn White Snlpbur Springy. p. 'd to Tns 8rN and Nw Yoaa Hsb..d. White SttuPHtra Spbinos, W. Va., Aug. 8. Many of the summer guests are lingering until the children's caml- val takes place later In August. This ha long been one of the features of this resort. ' Mrs. Sonier Rhodes of Chester, Pa . ! arrived last night and will spend sev j eral davs with Gov. and Mrs. W. C. Sproul of Pennsylvania. Mr. Herbert P. Wlnthrop arrived Sat urday evening. , ' Mrs. Hugh Toung and her daughter, Miss Frances Toung of Baltimore, are among the late arrivals. Passengers on the Red Star liner Kroonland. which docked shortly before 6 o'clock last night, had a narrow es cape from detention .on board all night snd possibly much longer. From 11 o'clock until half-past 4 In .the aTternoon the 1,111 passengers waited apprehensively on board off Quarantine while doctors of the Public Health Service carefully examined a third class passenger who had I cas. of which Dr. W. S. Irwin, ship's sur geon, had diagnosed as measles. The Quarantine doctors thought It was ty phus, a disease which public health au thorities are particularly anxious to keep away from New York. After carefully examining the patient the doctors went back to their labora tory ashore to make blood tests. These finally revealed that Dr. Irwin was right, so the yellow flag was hauled down and the Kroonland proceeded up the bay. There were two other cases or measles on board, but not so serious or suspicious In nature. After spending a yesr In child welfare work In Poland, four young American girls of Polish ancestry returned to toll side. They Miss Slantsdawa Lyca- i-owskl of Pittsburg. Miss Frances Sobe zynska of Detroit. Miss Estelle Mucha of Kansas City and Miss Genevieve Wincklewlc of Detroit. They said that there is great need for proper food for Polish children, snd were much con cerned at the Bolshevik progress In Poland. cert at the City night. There were two Marie Bundelltta, who sang from Brfcli Gunnd and Leoncavallo, and Miss Cecil Arden. wno sang from Donizetti. Both singers were called upon for en. ores The soloists to-night will be Miss Lois Elwell. soprano, and Vlncente Rullister, barytone. Chilean Violinist to Play Here. Louis Pal ma, a Chilean violinist, will give a recital Wednesday night In the concert hall of the McAlpIn Hotel In conjunction with Tito del Moral, pianist and composer. Notes of the Theatres. A French fane wltti Archl," Is announce, the Klawa. In 11 Kay "best sellers," wrote Caryll composed the sons. "Fixing It for for prudui tlun bv British author of the pls and Ivan "onus. There is hnitia. I. mils Il'-milsmi v 111 probable have the leading role. Having launched ' The Charm School " at the RIJou. Robert Milton will begin re hearsal soon of another comedy, also from tha pens of Allca Duar Miller and Mr. Mil ton. Robert Courtneldga, London producer, will arrive In New ToMc next week via Aus tralia to attend the rehearsals of "Paddy tha Next Beat Thing," which opna at Stam ford on Auguat 10 and In New Tork on August 23. Frank J. Wood. Maria llaynes. Mac Tlarnea and Richard Colllna have been en gaged by William A. Rrady for "Immodest Violet," the new play by David Oarb. which Mr. Brady will shortly produce out of town. Prank Tinney hi "Tickle Me," Arthur Tlnmraerateln'a production, ti 111 appear at ihe lilobe Theatre. Atlantic t:ity, to. alibi preliminary to the MsaantaUsa at the Rtwyn Theatre, New Yurk. on August 17. Walter HaM announces that before the holldava he will bring out flva new plays. On Reptenitier 2d ' the Shuhart-Rclaseo In Washington he will produce "The Open Book." featuring Miss Kvelyn Nesblt. Don ald Oallahsr. Mabel Rurl and Herman Adler. Later on be wlU praduee "The Indian Olvr," "The Daughter of Two Worlda" and "Mlaa Maka Ballcve." a comedy. , the affair will surpass anything of the kind ever given in this country. "We plsn to make Leviathan Post a entre for radiating good thoughts and good, sound American citizenship," said Mr. Froggatt yesterday. "Such centres are needed In these days of unrest and they can best be carried on by men who have already shown their devotion to their country. During the war the Leviathan, formerly the German liner Vaterland, made ten trips across the At lantic, carrying 110,591 American sol diers to France. "I believe that the American people and especially the people of New Tork, will be glad to help the men of tho Leviathan in their efforts to establish a permanent headquarters', which sha'l also be a home of the highest Americanism." Arrivals at Graniatan. gretial to Tug Si m and New Yoss Iutai.r. Bronxvillb, N. T.. Aug. 8. Mr. and Mra. Charles L. Holmes of New York are at Gramatan for the balance of the summer, aa are also Mr. Albert Hemplc and family. New Tork. and Mrs. Edward B. Osborne of Montclatr, N. J. Other arrivals are Mrs. Frederick R. Marvin. Albany ; Mr. Cparlea 9. Porter, Wash ington, snd Mr. and Mrs. William A. Parson. Atlanta. Ga. Lot -Umbrella, gentleman's odd sliver handle, Initials A. J. Mr: left In l-lephon-booth, Hudson Terminal, Aususi t: Finder please communicate with A. J. MORAS, 100 1 ludson at., N. Y. ; pb one Franklin "441. LOST, or Stolen. Ear phone, from auto in vicinity of aain "t ! reworo, no questions asked. fHlsl Office, 5'2 West Tilth. Phone Col. LOST REWARD. Extra small black leather suitcase, con tained 2A llrownie. folding Kodak; left on uptown Brighton train at Hector St., S:45 A. II., Thursda). Phone riatbush 0078 W, Jewelry. LOST-Snllt.iire diamond rlnc. ladloa wash room. Park Av Hotel. Sunday vonlng about liM O'clock, Liberal reward. O., .'Sll Sun-Herald. 1 LOST linr New Blgnney. Daniel W. Byrne, Harry A. Cary, Edward A Coburn, Sadie W. C'ohn, Samuel Huckinau. David L'rnat, Jacob L. Fried, Marcus S. Cllhlln. Hurrlet .f. Burring. Hubert C. Iloihatadier. Hetile Holdn. Edward H. Houston, Deborah Jemilnga, Clarkann Kalian, Guataia Martin, Jeremiah N. Metcalfe, Cornelia O. Miller, Ellen J. Murray. Lawrence HI, Nelson, Louisa B. i 'ppanhelmer, Mas ''ape, Anita c A IMnkham, JeaaebUM A, I'lulated, I arrle 8. Eaffer, Mildred Tumpkma, Amtln O, Tone, Man- pin, green anil purple atones. York-Brooklyn, Wednesday; reward. Madison Square lets, Miss nfCKLBT. LOST.-A gold Identification tag marked Earl Carroll; reward Rryani 1070. ' T,'ono REWARD, " no questions aaked, for the return of oblong diamond bracelet ; lost between Park av. and 4Ttb at. and Century Theatre. DRICBR A CO., 660 st n av S150 REWARD for return of diamond bar pin; lost July 30 at Southampton, L. L MARCUS CO., 5th av. and 4Mii si. $10 REWARD. no questions asked, for return of gold watch, ni.tinnm. diamond anil sapphire aettlnc: ln bele.n Itth ' -. usth and Plst t. ALBERT I H. l.r.l-: CO N'- William at I $40 REWARD for return of emerald and diamond bar pin; tost between Mth and 4oth sts. and 5th av and Broadway. A. R LEE a CO., INC., 1 William St. stricken Pastor's Body Moved. Wearing Apparel. LOST-Sa'urday. bciween 4 and .'. p. M , In brown and white tail or Capitol Theatre DARK SABLE NECKPIECE, liberal re ward. MoORATH, Rllz-Carlton Hotel, 4uh at.. Madison av. 1 LOST-Flsher fur nerKpIara. Plata Movies, Friday, J o'clock; $2r. reward. No quea- tlona If returnea 10 moibi nesex. aeth at. and Madison av. LOST About jnth at. ard Hroa.lwav, a Klteh fur neckpiece: seven aklna; reward. BAR RETT. Hotel Markwell. ".20 West Mth ,, I room IWX). BICH INEV.-At Usper Montrlalr. V .7., Friday. Auguat , 1B30, Daniel Webster Blgonsy, former treasurer of the Kris Railroad Funeral eervloes will be held at hla late home, 140 Clarewell av., Upper Montrlalr, N. J., on Monday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. BYRNE. On Auguat 7, Harry A. Byrne, de voted husband of Anna A. (nee Bennott) and ann of Urn late Edward ard Mary A. Byrne. Notice of funeral hereafter. CARY After a lingering Illness, Edward All, hi Cary, beloved aon of Edward M. Car, at Hay Shore. L. I. Kuneral serv ices at the chapel, Woodlawn Cemetery station. 011 Monday. August 0, at .1 P. M COBURN. At Hartford, Conn., on Auguat T. 1020, at her residence, 711 lllgh'tnd at.. 8adln White, wife of Hewitt Coburn, Jr., aged 3.1 years. Funeral private. CORN Samuel, father of Llllle Brrnhelm, Mamie Colin and Delay Bacharach. In rni 84th year. Funeral Sunday, Auguat 2 o'clock, 26 Birch road, Yonkera. DUCKMAN David, beloved husband of Y'etta and father of Gertie. Jerome and Lillian, member of Mount Morlah Lodg., No. 2T, 1". A. M. Funeral Monda. Aug 9, 2 P. M.i from the residence of hla brother-in-law, S. Ershouaky, 74 2d av. ERNST. Jacob !, suddenly, In hla (list year, beloved husband qf Annie tree Senfeldi, brother of Sarah Nelaon, rtanuiei and the late Clara lasers. Services at hie late realdence. 1022 Crotona Parkway, tlrnnx, Monday. August 9, at 2 P. M. FRIEDE. Suddenly, at Alx-lea-Balna, on Tuesday, July ZQ, Marcus Sergey Frieda, dearly beloved husband of Julia L. and devoted father of Sidney A. and Dona'd S. Fried. Funeral servlcea will be held In Chapel at Salem Fields Centaury, Cvpresa Hllla, on Monday morning, August ' P. at 11 o'clock. Automobllea leaving at 10 o'clock from Hotel Chatham, n East 48th st. QIBLIN. Sunday. Aug. 8. 1920. Harriet J., widow of William it. Oiblln. Funeral services at her late realdence, S42 East 12.1th at.. Tuesday, 8 P. M. HERRING. -At Marthas Vineyard. August 0. the Rev. Dr. Hubert C. Herring of New York. Services at First Congrega tional Church, Cambridge, on Tuesday at 2 :30 P. M. HOCHSTADTER.-On August 7, Bettle (nt Schwab), beloved wife of Slgniund and de voted mother of Irving. Kuneral from her la;e residence, 470 Central av . Kar Rock away, on Monday, August 9. at I P M. Interment Rudulph Soholoiu. Union field', Brooklyn. Chicago papers please copy. DaUilah. No. 10. U. O. T. S. Sisters at requested to attend (lie funeral tsrvtcM for Sister Bettle Hochstadter at her la'e residence, 1250 Central av.. Par Rock sway, .Monday, at 2 P. M. Interment at Cnlon Kit-Ida Cemetery (Rodcph Sholom). Amanda Lassner, President. HOLI 'EN. Suddenly, on Aug. 7. Edward H. ilolden. Funeral aervieea at hla lat'i residence. 1074 Boston road, Bronx. 011 Monday, Aug. 9, at 8:30 P. M. Inter ment Woodlawn. HOUSTON. At rest, Deborah Houaton. en Thursday. Aug. 5. runeral aervlcee Mon day, Aug. ., at 2 P. M., at the home of her daughter. Mrs. E. M. Ro, 94 Carrlson av.. Jersey City. Interment .Maclqielah Cemeteri . JKN NTNGS . A Ugust 1). Ciarkaon Jennluga, rtervtces Stephen Hirrjtt's Harlem chep.-', ::M West !2tuh st., Monday morning 11 o'clock. KALI.3H.-Members of United Brothers lo cTeV arc respectfully Inilted to attend funeral services of our '.ate Brn. Gusts-4 Kaileii at Universal Funeral Chapel. Lex ington av. and 52d St., Monday at 1 P. M. lntoiment Union Fielda Cemetery. Mosea Moaea, Bernard S. Dannenberg. Secretary. Prealdent. MARTIN. -On Saturday, Auguat 7. 1920, at Ida realdence, 69 West 92d t., Jrcmlan Nell Martin. In the 89th year of hla age. Masa of requiem at All Sainta' Church. 12fith at. and Madiaon av . on Monda, Auguat 9. at 10 A. M. Automobile funera:. METCALFE. August 6, Cornelia Chapman Metcalfe. 8orvlcea Stephen Merrltt's Har lem Chapel, 304 West 120th at., Monday evening, 8:30. MILLER At Irvlngton-on-Hudaon. Ellen Jane Miller, aged Jl years. Notice cf funeral later. MURRAY. On Saturday. August 7, 1920. at the eesldcnce of his brother James, 258 West 129th St., Rev. Lawrence E. Hurray, pastor of St. Malachy s Roman Catholic Church, beloved aon of tha late John and Ann Murraj anil brother of Sister Edward Invent. Solemn mass of requiem at St. Malaehv's church. 241 West 49th at . Tue dav, August 10. at in A. M. Divine office Mnndav evening, Auguat 9, at 8 o'clock. Automobile cortege. Kindly omit flowara. Masses appreciated. NELSON In New York city, on Sunday. Mig. 8, 1920, Loulaa Bennett, wife of Theodore B. Nelson. Funeral aervieea will be held at her late residence, 820 Srunli Broadway, Yonkers. N. Y.. on Wednes day. Aug. 11, at II A. M. lntcrmeat prhate. OPPENHEIMER. Max, on Auguat 8. beloved nusoana or Amelia aim ucvoieu miuei 01 Isadnr and Harry. Relatives and Irlends and members of Yorkvlllo Brotherhood Aid Soolelv are invited to attend the funeral from hla late realdence. 27S Grind av.. Astorls, L. I . on Wednesday. Au gust 11, at 10 A. M. PAPK. Anita C. A., on Aug 8. efler a short lltneaa. Funeral announcement later. PINKHAM. "n Sunday. Auguat 8, Josephine Aunt, widow of Charles H. Pinkhem, hi her tilth year, at the hom of her daugh ter, Mra. H. 8. Schroeder, at Lake Ma hopac, N. Y. Services at Salem. Maaa. PLA ISTED. Carrie S., beloved wlf of Will iam M. Plalated. paaaed away 8unday. Auguat 8, 1920. Servlcea al her late resi dence, 20 Edgewood place, Larchmont, N. Y., Monday evening at 8 o'clock. UPPER Mildred, suddenly, on Aug. 8. w ife of Charles Saffar. daughter of the lai Hubert Metzger. Notice of funeral here after. TOMPKINS. Suddenly. Aug. 8. at I.ovell. Me.. Austin Gilbert Tompklna. aged 14 years II month.i. beloved aon of Edwar.l De Voe Tompklna and Maud Peck Ton.p klna. Funeral eer-Ires at pld Dutch Church, S!".y Hollow- Cemetlry. Tarry town, N. V.. at 10:30 A. M., Tuesdai, Aug 10 Automobllea will meet the 1:3.1 It. iitandard time) train from Grand (Vntial Terminal. 9:3."i daylight eevtni: time. Bridgeport, Conn., papers please copy TONE On August 8. at her reetden. . Mary, daughter of the 1st Mr. and Mr 11. -un Tone. Requiem mass at Chun , of the Holy Nam, 98th at. and AoMte, dani av., on Tuesday, August 10, at IS A M. Interment private. i UalT. Sabla scarf. West End train it. The body of the Rev Dr. George, Park ay station. Friday, Au. gj liberal Frederick Pentecost. pator of Bethanv i reward : 00 questions. A. MAX. Bay :iist Presbyterian Church. Philadelphia, who , "'---'i was stricken .while on the way ,0 this VSrSSa' .WS city on 11 . naven nan, warn nnnovaa ,-nniniodor. Hotel, marked Shayn. rultabl, yesterday from the East Fifty-first street police station to the undertaking establishment of Arthur H. Davlss, 14 East Thirty-ninth street, at th request of Dr. Pentecost's sister, Mrs. Frederic PhlUlpa. r ward. Apt. 2-B. MO 7th av. Circle 2IHQ LOST Mink acarf J,acke; a), 4 akinai fioni auto, between Clarvmont and Washington 8quaie. Plion" Siipvcaant 21S: reward. LOST Small beaver nwkplece, 42d"ilst and Lexington av. ; reward. DOWNEY, 312 East 54th, NOTICES OF: Births Deaths EnKftKemcnts Memorials Marriages Confirmations Annulments Lodges may be telephoned for publi cation in THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD any time up to midnight for the next day'a is sue. Call Fitzroy 6000.