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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
Davis Cup Team
Guests of Newport
Naval Officers
Admiral and Mrs. Sims and
Captain and Mrs. Dlsnrnkoi
Jleeeive.
PEESONAl INTELLIGENCE.
JL
9
I lia Hi s' tMB HlW Yuan HlUU
New York.
One of Hi., debutantes next winter
will be mi -i Cynllila Blgelow, daughter
air. Sirs. Briiost A. Blgelow, who
passing the summer with hnr parents
t Craig Hoyston, Oyster liny. Mrs.
Illgnlow will (Iva h reception, wllh
dancing, for her daughter at the Colony
'lub on tho afternoon of Iincombor 4.
, Miss Jllj.'low Vu graduated In Juno
from thu Spenco sviiuol.
J Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Mies
lAbhy Rockefeller nnd Nelson, Lawrence
: ami John I). Rockefeller art have nr.
WHITNEY WARREN, JR., TO WED
MISS GERALDINE MILLER GRAHAM
Prospective Kridc Prominent
in Social Life of New York
and Newport.
frrM to itR.I (KUi NVd fit Seal Harbor. M? from
NIWrWTi ten weeks' trip In the Went lr Hoeke.
lorniM Interfered with the programme carno on V voru.
of events m 0 colony. Kverybo.ly took i
,, m good put, however, ana rniorru . .nr. ana Mi s. Martin V. Littleton, Jr.
..'. -i HI ill '.-en W1C1, I 0I1U
but Saturday, will soil on board the
of tho Social entert.iln-
itnlned thli evening In
and
:ire tn'k-
gg til WW"
penta
Tie nttvy ent
appreciation of Lie Uavls cup team play
. Admlrtl una Mrs. Hlms, Cpt. nnd
yj uimuukM anil other omcera at tne
-iion revived tlifl guest.-:
wii b Id i" Hi-' armory and there wan j
im uiual decoration! of bunting ,. ami J
V' .mil Mrt, Kredorlck Iithrop Amen
MVl i luncheon to-day, tnd Mr. Her
bert St. Harlman alto entertained.
Rtirtli In 'lie fete and baseball game
on Attaint f01' th0 benefit of t,,e
Iflttrnlty AM Fund nn!l read rapidly
the in: fw days. Mr. Sumner Ucrnrd.
yho hU Hi" matter In chow, hat nsk-d
vral women to assist her. All NOW-
... inn ,:uiilit the baseball fever
nuielillf on the hill the fans
lng about their one time prowess on the
diamond. ,)n'.v ono mun "lit and
j, i- Mayor Slahoney, When asked at
tin tennis meet yesterday who was go
ln to play n his team ho replied : "I
OT fn ' ins that for a surprise."
That things are materialising; with a
ruVi .vldent in the following call sent
cut this morning by Mr. Sumner Qer
dd: "All members of the summer colony
who espret to qualify for the team are
to met at 9:30 A. M. Saturday at Mr.
Oertrd'l homo on Red Cross avenue."
With the advent of tennis yachting
ll.o has takSO en an Impetus anil sev
frnl craft arrived to-day. Among the
rtttetl In the hnrhor are the Mildred
jjl., belong to Mr. J. K. Reives; tho
.lusnltn, Mr. Joseph Fletcher: the
ghewsheen, Mr. Dinjamln .1. Rooks, Jr.:
the Cytherai, Mr. sviiiiam l.. Harknasa;
the Christina, Mr. Vincent Astor; tlio
Acoma, Mr. T, Dwlght Partrltlffa, and
Ihi 'i K .Mr. R. T. Habbard,
Mrs Jutr.es Grlswokl Wents gnve a
bridge party yesterday afternoon at
Bauniaiia and last evening entertained
with m dinner for her guest, Mrs. George
It Wil le of New York.
Summer residents here are casting
their thoughts forward a year. Or. and
Mrs. Joseph A. HUkc, who are occupy
ing Sea Cove at Price's Neck, owned
by Mr, J. Norman de R. Whltehouse,
hove rented that place through Da
Ulols ti Kldridgc for the season of 1921.
v.rlatir on Saturday.
weeks abroad.
.'rr(al t Tn Pi n tsv Saw Yuhk HMsU, I
Hania, Haiisara, ObI, Aug. 11. Mr.
Md Mrs. William Miller (Iralum of j
this place, New York nnd Newport fa- '
day announced tho HnKugLiner.t cf their j
daughter, Miss Qeraldlne MUlar Graham,
to Whitney Wan en, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Whitney Warren of New Yurk and
NtwpOft The wedding Is to be an In-
Mr. end Mrs. Chnrlej R. Beat! hava
taken for their use DOXt winter tho real- !
to pnss several ' r,dent of next February in St. Thomas's
. nurcn, New ynrlt.
lr. Warren arrived from New York
Iftat Monday to spend a month In Cali
fornia and Is a uncut of Mr. nnd Mrs
it BellOacuCfdo. their ilia ot
looking Santa Hnr
Mm Channel
V M'noe of Mrs. Adrian laelln at 111- I'ark ', 2ri,h,!,.m :,t BaM
danoo ! avenue. I Booth I I'oint over
Mr. and Mrs. John A V. Morgan have !
i..kimi ior iiia remainder of the summer
and autumn a house In Milton road, rtyo.
Count de Pcrlgny will go to Newport
to-morrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Gould Jennings.
Miss M. Bymphoroaa llristed, who has
hern visiting Mrs. Francis Hurrall Hoff
man at Southampton, now Is a suest
there of Mrs. Robert Odgen BRCOTI
-Miss Martha McCoolt has returned to
Tuxedo I'ark and Joined her mother,
Mrs. John J. McCook.
Mrs. K. Parmalee Prentice has como
to PooaAtloo Hills, N. Y., from Wllllams
trwn, Mass., to puss a few days with her
lather. Mr. John D. Rockefeller.
Mrs. Robert U Gerry will go from
Saratoga Springs to Lake Delaware, N,
Y., where she will pass Uie autumn.
Mrs. A. J. Drexel Riddle of Philadel
phia Is at the St. Regis for a few days.
'Mr. B. Coster Wllmerdlng has gone
to llesboro. Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Bdwin QOuld are passing
(he tummer in Ardaley, n. y.
Indian Pageant
for Southampton
fpfelal to Tin RcN and Nrw York UrniLr.
BOOT HAMPTON, l I., Aug. 11. Slilnne
eoclt Ray Is o be the scene of a novel
entertalnmei't this afternoon, which will
be attended by many members of the
Southampton colony. An Indian pag
unt, glvln by the Indians living on the
reMrvaildB between Southampton and
Sti.nneeocK Hills, will be staged at .Sun
ret fir the local cliaptor of Ihc American
V.ti '"ross
M'.an girls living at the reservation
V.i', pver In the pageant, and they arc
jnsy making their own costumes with
Uwawlitanca of the Ml.-ses Ophelia Fo
it' an.i Frances McNcllly, artists. The
men taking part are being coached by
s tu'.l blooded Indian. Charles Martren.
.VIsj Eupenla Mallory, recreation secre
tary of the Y. W. C, A. Is Instructing
;!ij Ir iian girls In dancing tho tribal
aar.cvs Miss Abigail Halsey. secretary
of!' Red Cross chapter, arranged the
rageant. Among the patronesses are
Jllsj Doris Franklyn, Mrs. Arthur B.
Clafla, Mrs. Archibald Brown. Mls.-xs
Zeile De Jlilhau, Kdlth Newbold, Hetty
Itafarrlsh and Eleanor Keyes.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Samuel
L 1'arrijh members of thf Southampton
oiony enjoyed a delightful concert this
tfternon In the now memorial hall. The
rt, arranged by Prof. Richard Hay
den Luu, was for the benefit of the pro
l'0ed founiiatlon of a permanent music
Khool hue, and the idea 1 meeting with
hearty cooperation on tho part of the
lagers, rise artists wore Mrs. Far
" -.Smith, soprano; Cooper Boyd,
lit; Albert Jagger, tenor, with Mrs.
Put-Kent at the piano. The audience
'. large and enthusiastic.
I'rof. Lu:i, who is a violinist and haa
r',! u pl.iyed here, made a speech on be
half of the school.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan of Rad
nr. Pa., lave Joined the colony with
tiieir two daughters, the Misses Elaine
nj Frai:, ta SulllvaH.
Sire. Robert tJgJen Racon Is another
tie addltlrn to the colony.
Washington.
The Minister of Ecuador. Senor Dr.
Hon Rafael H. lilltnlde, fl n New York
to meet tlio transport Pocahontas wnirn
brought the body of tho late Gen. Will
iam C. Gorgas. He will return lo Wash
ington with the funeral cortege. Ser.or
Don Federico Alfonso Peru also Went
to New Yi rk to meet the cortege.
After a lew days in Washington th
Postmaster General and Mrs BUrleoon
hnve gone back lo Mount Victory,
MorgantOWtl, Md., where thiy have been
spending some weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Cra In.
The Third Secretary of the Italian
Kmbassy and Mine. Andrea Oelsser
Celeaia dl VegllaOOO, who have been In
Canada, have gone, to Newport to' visit
the Italian Ambassador and Baroness
Romano Aveatano before returning
here.
The commercial adviser of the Danish
Legation, Mr. Robert Yalentlnus. who
has been spending a few days In Was.h-
uigion. nas gnno to Wrettcn WOOflS,
N. H. 7
Col', and Mrs. Sidney Chapcll will
leave town Saturday for a fortnight
motor trip to Niagara nnd the New Eng
land States.
Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran Eustis,
who hive been at Oatloods, their coun
try place near LeeabuTg, Ya., since giv
ing up Corcoran House, have gone sjorth
to remain a month.
Mi. Hugh Gibson, American Minister
to Poland, will sail on the Adriatic
Saturday on his way back to Tils post.
No engagment of tlio summer Is of more
Interest t" society here, In Newport or
In I'niin than that tit .Miss Otraldlhe
Miller Graham to Sir. Warren. For
two years Mrs. Miller Graham aina lier
daughter have been In the foreground
of social llfo here during the winter
ae aaons and in Newport during the sum
mer. When in New York they live at
the Rlta-Carlttm.
While a studdnt nt Miss Spruce's
School, from Which slie was graduated
last year. Miss Miller Graham met many
of the young women With whom she was
associated as a debutante here and mi
n member of the young set in Newport.
She made her debut at a party given
for her last year by her parent! In
their villa in Santa Barbara.
Mr. Warren Is a member of nn old
New York family, to which he brought j I
fresh honor won In the war. His nar- i
ents hnve for many years maintained
close relations with Paris, where his
father, an eminent architect, was grad
uated from the Ecolo des Beaux Arts.
Hla grandfather was the late Ger.rgc
Henry Warren and Mes.trs. Ceorge
Henry Warren and Lloyd Warrrn are
his uncles. One sister, who was Miss
charlotte Warren, is the wife of Mr.
William Greenough. nnd another, who
was Miss Gnhrlelle W.irren. was mar
ried two years ago to Mr. Reginald it.
Rives, son of Sirs. Reginald Rives, The
Countess Guy de I.nsteyrie of Paris is
Ills cousin.
Cutting short his preparation for col
lege, Sir. Warren went to Parln in 1916
and for six months .served with the
Harjaa ambulance corps. He then en
tered the French army. In which he
served six months, after which -he en
tered the French artillery school at
Kontalnebleau, where he received a com
mission In the FrencIS army. Subse
quently for heroic service he was dec
orated with tlM French Wn .ll.
, - - ... - v. i i..- - it i t
three citations and with the French I D)
-unitary .Medal.
in September.
ana in iiecembcr of that year returned
to New York. He is a memher ,,f lha
i mm ,
h HngSnfiH
'" tfBgg-1 iggT Jgff 1
LABOR CLASH OVER
BIG UNION LIKELY
Meeting: To-morrow Acts on
PlM for Ono Central Body
of 100,000 Members.
Itbor leaders In New York Irok for
clash to-morrow evening when tho
I Central Federated Union will meet to
take action on tho formntlon of a new
central body to embrace the 400, 000
PENTECOST FUNERAL
IN CHURCH HE SERVED
Loyal Legion Pays Honor to
Former Brooklyn Pastor.
Funeral sendees of the Re, Dr.
Ceorgo Frederick Pentecost, 1'rcsbylerlim
clergyman and author, wore held yes
terday In tho Tompkins Avenuo Congre
gational Church, SIcDonough street and
Tompkins avenue, Brooklyn, of which ho
MONCDRE ROBINSON
IS DEAD IN FRANCE
Boston. Hla late father married Au
gusta Jay, a daughter of tha John Jar
who was American Ambassador to Ger
many for many years. John Jay. the
first Chief Justice of th United States,
and Hlckson W. Field were nmong his
ancestors. He was a nephaw of Mra
Hekry Graiton Chapman and of tho late
Col. William Jnv and tho hits Mrs Wlll-
Now York Real Estate BfOkor im Hpnry tfrhiefciin. nis ciok.. reia-
ihhis riienn ion nan tno .Mortimer, ise-
waa pastor from HAS to 1471
Stood?, son of tho
Stricken us He Starts on
Motor Trip.
union workers In tho Nsw York district ' Bethany ITesbyterlan Church in Phll-
afflllated with tha American Fedtratlon I tjj , .... , n.r
Delegations from the military order
or l.aoor. frogresn in that dire-tion nan
lrIol Caiit ie.ipatr to Tils ICM sn New
YntK HUaVA VopyrtaM, into, bv Tua Hi'N
and Nkw York HraALO.
Pajiis, Aug. 11. Moncuro Robinson
vices. The latter was assistant to Dr.10' New York was stricken with heart ; nignt, arier a long iimess
Pentneosi ihn h n..j nnstor of the ! disease this forenoon aa he was about I years old ana lived at
The Rev. Paul R.
Rov. Oeorge R. Moody, the evangelist ;
tne Jtev. George Jordan and tho Rev.
Joseph Dickinson conducted the set-
Un, Randolph, Kane, Rutherfurd, Htuy
vessnt, Clarkaon and Plerrepont families.
of the I-ova! Irlon. Commnnderv State
been mode hv a tolnt eommlftee of the ' of New York, haudi-d hv Hear Admiral reaching tho hotel. Tho body will be
: unaries n im1ii ami ( ommanner minium in r arin. rtriiiiineiin inn im
KAI .DIM Alt F. I IlltlMI NS N.
Waldemar Ferdinand Chrlstensen,
cashier In tha banking department of tho
American Express Company, died at St.
John's Hospital, Rrooklyn, on Tuesday
Ho was 69
Sfi Tehama
to leave Vichy bv automobile for Roynt. atrret. lie was tho ion of tho late
He waa taken t0 his apartment in his Christlnn T. Chrlstensen. at one tlmo
hotel in Vichy. Physicians were sum- president of the Rrooklyn Trust Com
moned. but ha died a few minutes after Pny. Ho Is survived by his wife, a
: ,V.;JK. ..'..fiii
Miss Gcraldine Millar Graham.
'EARTHBOUND' TELLS
AFTER LIFE STORY
'Spooks' Are Stars of New
Film Production.
Racquet and Tennis Club,
r.anll Kings story, "Earthbound."
done Into the movies by Eminent Au
thors Pictures for Ooldwyn Company
under the supervision of the author, was
presented at tho Astor Theatre last
night. It Is an Interesting study of the
question whether thoso who depart Into
the hereafter are still tied to this world
the same Interest as those alive.
I Spooks are naturally the stars of the
191S, he wns wounded I Production.
A triangular or rather quadranitular
Ituatlon of a rntlier familiar sort is
j used as the basis for tills film inquiry'.
The pnotopiay seems given over In large
M. R. HELY-HUTCHrNSiVfJ. WFTK! '1!,rt tn dialogue, but perhaps this Is ln
nuit,iliJiSU WLJJb. t.vit.t,!o ln nny klnd nf Mmly nf ta.
At Other Places.
Sir. and Sirs. George Albert Dill of
Boston have snt out invitations for the
marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruth
Dill, to Sir. Francis David Reard, which
Is to take place on Saturday. August 2S,
at the Church of the Holy Name In
Bwampocott
Slurries Sflsa Meltta, KepprI In St.
Margaret's. London.
A cable maaaage from London brought
the news of the marriage there yesterday
In St. Margaret's Church, Westminster,
of Kin Sleiita Kepr.el to Sir. Siauriic
Robert Hely-Hutchinson. M. C. The
couple will sail from England next
W edni aday on board the Baltic, anil will
do at zi- Kast SUty-eocond
Of mind. The photography is of the
hlsthest class and many of the scenes
call to mind Whistler. The principals
ore .Miss Mora Revalles, who posed
beautifully and showed emotional
power; Wyndham Standing, who looked
manly even though married to one
woman and In love with another man's
wife ; S)ls Naomi Chllders. who did ex
ceptionally good work as tho tender
wife who loved her husband even when
street, where i.- j , .
Mr Ffelv.WufaM..Ma i. ii i i i I "r " as iiereiici. nun i.awson null, i ne
ene ir d'in . U I Picture was directed bv T. Hayes Hunter
Jun. hi - h , k arrnn,d,f,0' The product' . was under the direction
of tl'e "L ir , P',s,po.?d " .f S. U Rothapfel. who showed hi. usual
oftto 111mm of Mlaa Keppel. adeptnesa m rarronndrag the screen
of Vlimir, c: ' i r- . Tf". lwlUl Oftly lighted pink han
........... .... v-wiin awpi ar.u iioy drought '.!
" I'l"-'. on i-ioiii reiireu trom the Urit-
ism nay In Iflg,
ngs, which
picture out 'with remarkable
elearnaaa
and since has been
sergeant .it arms of the House of Com-1
monds. Mr. Hely-Hutohlnson is a son 1 W. H. HAYS FOR CLEAN PLAYS,
of Uie late Right Hon. Sir Walter Hely-I
ttuicninaon and is a cousin of Lord
Donoughmore, who married Miss Elena
Grace, daughter of the late .Michael r.
Grace of New York.
MISS GALL KANE A BRIBE.
White Mnlphur Springs.
TvifTt: BuipRVB Srrivcs, W. S'a., Aug.
V 'me time Gov. John SI. Slaton of
ueergla and Mrs. Slaton gave a luncheon
m iistes Jlountaln Club this afternoon,
in the evening 11. Rogers Wlnthrop gava
toner. Mlaa Clar.i McSIurtry of New
iork entertained a riding party of young
'vnmen friends this afternoon. Judge
Henry 3. Priest of St. Louis and Judge
B r. Lumpkin of Kansas City are
moi,g there who havo braved the rain
tlili neck for golf.
Jdwt-Col, A. F. A. N. Thome of the
nritlah Embassy and Mrs. Thome enter
nujed aeveral friends at tho Casino. Mr.
W4 Mrs. j, r. Simcral of Chicago have
ennd.
Sir. and Sirs. Charle
ami meir lamiiy or rittsburg. ra.. are
the guests of Sir. and Sirs. W. Harr
Brawn at Beverly Cove.
Sirs. Daniel B. Fearing of New York
has gone from her cottage In Newport to
Ashland. Mass., to visit Sir. and Sirs.
William Turnbull.
Mr. and Sirs. Frederick Hobbs Allen
of Bolton Priory, Pelham .Manor, N. Y
Actress Married Two Weeks Ago
to Mr. H. I. ottmann.
Sllss Gall Kane, motion Picture and
stage star, was married to Mr. Idcn
Ottmann of New York city tWo weeks
ago ai nis country place, near Sara-
w as kept
(toga springs, ine marriage
A. Painter, Jr., 1 leoret until yesterday.
.Miss Kane is playing the part of
Vlafrir Coins In "Come Seven'" at the
Rroadhurst Theatre. She was born m
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, and edu
cated In the Convent of St. Slary' I,
Newburg, N. Y. In the convent she
played In a number of playlets given
there, and at the age of 19 she went on
the stage, appearing In SIrtrle Tempest'
company of Thackeray's "Vanity Fair, "
presented at the blmm i ; . .i . nAn. ik.
, - - - - ....... , r i . .
: Republican thnlrmon Approrcs
John Golden' ( rltlciam.
SVill H. Hays, chairman of the Re
I publican National Committee, has wrli
j ten a letter to John Golden, theatrical
' producer, approving the latter's critl-
i ism of indelicate plays, tnade in an in-
j tervlew in Slunsey't Itagminr. The let-
ter, which waa received by Mr. Golden
! yesterday, says : :
"Just now I have read your Interview
, in the currant Stunry. It Is fplendld. I
trust the American public, nnd I know
they are right In this, as In everything
else, In the last analysis. If given half a
I chance to support the kind of plays you
I have been producing, as against some
of the Impossible ones you condemn, will
l show mlghtly dearly what they ap
prove. You are really doing great work.
It will take many evangelists. Indeed,
! to sow as many seeds of good morals,
i as you have In 'Llphtnln'.' 'Turn to the
; Right.' 'Three Wise Fools' and 'Dear
S!e.' which I saw In Chicago. Slore
strengtli to your arm."
Rrooklyn Central Lnhor Union and tho
Central Federated 1'nlon, but recently
tho Rrooklyn body requested the ex
ecutive council of the A. F. of L. to
undertake the SOMoUdAtlOft, The coun
cil at a meeting yesterday In tha Hotel
Continental, which was attended by
Samuel Gompers nnd Frank Morrison,
approved tho request.
An smendmenA to the constitution of
the Central FcdernteVl I'nlnn was drawn
up by the joint committee providing for
the creation of the new central body,
and It Is to pass upon this amendment
that to-morrow's meeting will ta held.
Prnest Rohm, secretary of the Centra!
Fedc-ftted I'nlon, sad! he could see no
renrnn why tho consolidation COttld not
be effected Just as well by the bOdlOl
concerned.
Although no one of the executive coun
cil would commit himself, it is under
stood that the council Is displeased with
the activity of certain of the Central
Federated t'nlon's officers In the Ameri
can Labor Party,
At the conclusion of the executive
council's session President Gompers Is
sued the following statement:
"Tho executive council of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor approved the
proposal of tho Brooklyn Central Labor
i'nlon, which has for Its effect tho call
ing of all tho bona Ado local trade and
Ftd era! lnb-r unions In Greater New
York to amalgamate ami form ono or
ganised central body covering the Jurls
dlotlon of Greater New York. The ex
euitlve council set Friday evening, Sep
tember 10, as the time to hold the meet
ing of delegates to form tho new e'enttal
body. The place of the meeting will be
the Central Opera House, nnd tlio meet
ing may he continued on Saturday, Sep
tember 11, the whole purpose being to
have one comprehensive and construc
tive organised central body of the work
ers of Greater New York to be helpful
In bettering the existing conditions of
all."
It was announced further that letters
would be sent out this morning to all
locals in the New Y'ork Jurisdiction call
ing upon them to send delegates to tho
conference next month.
In the letter prepared by Sir. Gompers
he mnke.i a plea to the unions for soli
darity. "Now more than at any omer
time in the history of the country," he
savs. "is it necessary that the wage
earners, particularly the organised wage
earners, should bo alert and determined
in their effort to maintain meir ngmo.
intere.its and welfare. Under the pre-
inr,.. of the so called "open shop,' em
ployers' associations aifd chambers of
commerce have launched a campaign nf
nnt.nronlsm. with the destruction of tho
labor movement at its aim. It Is, there
fore, the duty of all more steadfastly to
unite for the purpose of tho common
good."
Hugh Fravne, organizer, Is authorised
to make the preparatory arrangements
for the meeting on September 10. Sir.
Gompers will be the chairman.
Lieut. -Col. William S. Cogswell, attended
the services. ,
Dr. Pentecost, who died of heart
disease Saturday night In the omer
gency hospital at Grand Central Station,
wns to have preached In Rrooklyn Sun
day. He left his summer home In Da
lien, Conn., and was taken 111 an route.
Ho was "8 years old. Interment was
111 Greenwood Cemetery.
CANTERBURY BISHOP
ASKS CHURCH UNION
.loins Aiifrlian trends in Plea
to All Christians to Oct
Together.
LEFT HER HOME TO
FIND MARRIED MAN
Girl Tells of Romance
Ocean Trip Here.
on
and her sister, the Countess Charles da 'Century. Since then aha has had lead
Oallifet, are at Magnolia Mass.
RESORT NOTES.
Social Notes.
Mrs. Willis Steell returned from East
WMeater yesterday with Miss Susan
""Mil, who has gune to Oyster Bay to
"the guest of Miss Grace Helen Tai
nt Mrs. Htcell will leave to-morrow
visit t Sllllbrook and Sharon Springs.
Misi Lorena Carroll, daughter of Mrs.
geeph D, Carroll, will bo married to
v',1 Wilson I-ambert of Newark,
m. ." . 'vn'nc In the Sherry apart
mt of the Waldorf-Astoria.
V? "10 Peesongers sailing on the
j r !P, nf ,h9 Olympic waa Mr. Louis
am . ' 'n'no llas gor,n t0 England
ii i MMeta to be back about the mlddlo
01 September.
"The Berkshire.
Miss Louise Appletau Wells of Boston
Is the truest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
Robinson at the Curtis Hotel, Lenox.
Also there are Sir. and Mrs. John A.
Dig of New York .Mr. and Mra Brooke
Adams of Boston. Mr. and Sirs. Grlscom
Randall of Washington and Sirs, and
Mra William A. DUon of Baltimore.
Sirs. J. Kearr.ey Warren returned to the
Curtis yesterday from an auto trip to
the Green Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Degersdorff en
tertained a dinner party at their Stock
bridge villa last night for Mrs. Fredorh
Crowlnshield and Sir. and Mrs. John E.
p Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Giraud Foster gave a
dinner last night for Mr. and Mrs. John
Hcne Foster of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oourlay re
turned to StocUbrldge from a month's
stay at Southampton and other Long
Island resorts.
Mr. Benjamin S. Young of New York
and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hutchlna of
Geneva. N. T., are with Sirs. Thomas
Sears Young In Stockbridge.
.urs. .i. nionigomerv siears has re
lng roles In many productions, both on
the stage and In the "movies."
Mr. Ottmann Is the son of Sir. Will
iam Ottmann. who founded the packing
house of Ottmann Co. Tho couple
will live at 2i West Fifty-ninth street.
I.ocknood Mn I liken.
f P'eiol ?1 TjIH SC! AND NOW YOSK HsSUI D.
Wasminuton, Aug. H. Sir. and Sirs.
James H. Nolan of Wasliington an
nounce the marriage of her daughter,
.miss tarter .uuiiiken, to II. Wlnthrop
Finishes) Her Sons; In Rain.
Several thousand persons gambled on
the weather last night In attending the
concert In the City College Stadium and
won half u programme, silss Anna
FiUlu, the soloist of the night, had
sung her way half through nn aria
from "Aida" when th rain began to
fall. As the aria accel -rttted so also did
the rain, but sho sang to the clone, and
tho audler.ee remained to hear her. But
the concert stopped there, with the re
sult that Lionel Storr, barytone, who
.... nvU.,.6 iok iiare at was to nave sung also, ro ed tin his
Nantucket, Mass., where Mr. and Sirs. musc and went home. P
Nolan are ependlng the summer and tho I
young couple arc spending their honey- Keith Employee, to Have Onll.sr
moon at Beverly Farms and Slagnolh !
Slaas., before coming to Washington to I B- Kolth Jay will be celebrated at
live. Mr. T.ocki ood In the son of Sir Ith' tariigftit Amusoment ark, East
and Mrs. Thomas W. Lorkwood Jr of ' l77th trc,t ni lh Bronx River, on
Washington. He was In the Arr,'h,,i..'.,...' next Saturday. The B. F. Keith Bov'
Corps during the war. was reported ' ,5aml wl" npl1 "nnual outing and
"missing" after a sharp engasrement n,i
waa found later In a German prison
camp.
games at the resort. Everv employee
ar.ct tnemoer or tno u. F, Keith organ.
Ization Is expected to attend the event.
Wedding; Announcements.
Dates havo been Announced for sev
eral weddings next Month In courtrv
houses. On September IS Miss Katharine I nnA her ho adventures of the little Cln
Hill, second daughter of Sir. nnd Mrs i ""n "r Alice muo (town.
Perclvul H. Hill of 10 West Flftv-slxth i Thc Me"r. fthubrrt will shortly produes a
... - . . , rift i ,1 n iv It It mill- .i . ( 1 1 ' . . A i T , , , , .
norm of Tine thkatkkj.
"lreoe." at tho Vanderbllt Theatre, M
Martlnj in Its steond season at that play
house and summer visitors still flock to sae
Charlotte Scheutze. sixteen years old.
the German girl who was found in tho
Pennsylvania Terminal last Friday by
a worker of the Travelers' Aid Society,
was questioned yesterday by Albert
Unger, Assistant District Attorney, in
an effort to find out where she wus
during tho week before she was found.
Thc girl came to this country on July
23. to live with her mother, Mrs. Frieda
Trlnkle, of 713 Woodward avenue. Ridge
wood. Queens.
In the presence of her mother, the
girl told Mr. Unger of her Infatuation
for a married man who, she said, on
tho voyage over represented himself to
her as a widower and said he wnnted
to marry her. She eald she left homo
more than a week ago to search for
htm. She cannot speak English.
Sir. Unger has summoned the man
sho named to appear at his office today.
HER $2,000 BIAM0NBS GONE.
Maspeth Woman Saya Clnbhoaae
Thief Got III iiks.
Efforts are being made by the police
to And the person who took two dia
mond rings worth more than $2,000 be
longing to Miss Catharine Knelp, 122
Maspeth avenue, Slaspeth, L. I., from
the washroom of the clubhouse of
Queensboro Lodge of Elks in Mott ave
nue, Long Island City. The theft oc
curred Sunday, August 1.
Miss Knelp left the rings In the wash
room following a baseball game which
was part of an entertainment given the
ruaien isianu r.ias. ine rings were in
thc washroom only a few minutes. One
ring contained two stones, the other
three.
Exalted Ruler Edward T. Halllnan,
Miss Knolp said, refused her request
that tho guests be questioned.
Rondos', Aug. 11. Reunion of churches
Is urged In an appeal to "all Christian
people," framed by Bishops of the Angli
can Church who attended the recent con
ference nt Lambeth, which wus made
public to-day In connection with a state
ment by the Archbishop of Canterbury
covering the work of tho conference.
Tho scope of the appeal, according to
the Archbishop's statement, la limited
only "by the limits of the Christian
churches of thc world."
The appeal Is "directed to the ortho
dox Churches of the East nnd to thc
gnat Roman communion of the West,
no less than fo the freo churches which
have grown to maturity uanoug Anglo
Saxon races. Its copo lo so wide that
there can be no doubt large numbers at
the bishops who Issued It had in mind
those of their kith and kin In the great
Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and
Congregatlonal'comuuinions with whom,
although they are separated from the
church, the Anglican communion has so
much In common both In faith and in
practice."
Describing tho plan of union, the
tatement says: "The vision embodied
here bj new, even revolutionary. The
plans nf rounlon whereby the Anglican
Church might hope to absorb other com
munions are frnnkly abandoned. What
I needed is a new structure simple
notigh to begin at once, but large
enough to Include all.
The bishops summon all the Chris
tians to look not for an extended Angli
can Church, but for a truly Catholic
Church of the future, to wliiei every
church should bring Its own contribu
tion of life and organisation. No loose
ft deration of Independent churches Is
contemplated, but rather a real organic
unity based on fundamentals, in which
there should be ample room for groups
with their own outlook and for methods
such as John Wesley originally contem
plated. The appeal points out "universal min
istry'" as the chief need, and contends
that "an episcopate Is the ono means
for providing such a ministry."
Divisions among Christian peoples are
deplored In the opening statement of
tho nppenl. They are attributed to
selfish ambition and lack of charity, the
bishops confessing frankly "our own
share In the guilt."
In their announcement tlio Bishops
voico their belief that visible union of
tho church will be found to involve ac
ceptance of the Hlble and of the Nlcean
and Apostles' creeds, the sacraments of
baptism and communion, and "a minis
try acknowledged by every church as
possessing not only the inward call of
spirit, but also the commission of Christ
and tho authority of the whole body."
An episcopate, tho statement contin
ues, Is the best instrument for maintain
ing the unity and continuity of thc
church. It concludes by lai lng:
We do not ask that any one com
munion give its consent to be absorbed
in another, but we do ask that all should
unite In a new and great endeavor to
recover and to manifest to tho world
the unity of the body of Christ for which
He prayed."
the funeral have not been completed.
For twenty years no man of this city
was moro widely known In representa
tive circles of society In New York and
Paris than Moucure Robinson. Hln In
terest was by no means limited to
society. He was a successful real estate
broker and was actlvo In numerous civic
and war welfaro movements hero und
abroad.
Sir. Robinson was a son of thc late
Edmund Randolph Robinson of New
York and Baltimore. In 1S9S he was
graduated from Harvard nnd since that
time lived In New York. In his younger
years during the days of cotillons he,
with the late Ellsha Dyer and Worthlng-
ton Whltehouse, took up fashionable
organization In New York that had
lapsed with the death of Ward Mc
Allister and the passing of the I'a
trisohs. He excelled as a cotillon leader and
was called upon frequently to organize
dances nnd entertainments for charity.
To his abilities in this regard could be
traced the social and financial success
of many such incidents In society dur
ing the last fifteen years. During and
following the war ho gavo much of his
time to relief organizations hero and
In Paris, particularly to tho work of tho
Lafayette Relief Fund.
Ho also Interested himself In tho wel
fare of British and French sailors and
wrote extensively In tho newspapers ot
New Y'ork, London and Paris nnd In
magazines on the necessity and the de
tails of such relief work. While abroad
he altio prepared articles for American
publications on the humano side of the
war, particularly the hospitals con
ducted by American funds In and near
I'arls and London. Ho always Wrote
Interestingly and thus drew much public
attention to various humane projects
that relied entirely upon private support.
His writings In the public press also ex
tended to discussions of war, politics
and tho relations of labor to tho conflict.
Sir. Robinson was a brother of Mra.
James Lowell Putnam Of New York and
daughter nnd a son.
ENGAGED.
rtOTH-MESEniTZ.-Mrs. Nettle Meserlts ot
.118 West fl.Mh St. announces the beirnthal
f her daughter, Itelon, to lr. Leo L.
Roth.
DIED
Bowerman, Richard N.Fhllllpe, Amelia M.
LOST AND FOUND.
IF the lady who was seen to pick un ar
ticle on the sfternnnn of Aucu.it 11 on -tilth
it., between 5th and Martlson avs . will re
turn same to JOHN P. KANE CO.. 103 rark
av.. she will receive, suitable reward.
LOST. On Monday, August 0. between
Woohvnrih llullrtlna and Plalnfield. N. J..
via Central Hailrou of New Jersey, bunrii
of keys with piece of broken key chain ni-
tsrhrit. Reward. O., R..2 Ban-Herald, Ful
ten Ft.
Breaaan, Annie m.
Prow ii, Mao i,.
Clarke, Jnniph V.
I avln, Augustus, Jr.
lip-k, John w.
Ellis, Marcuerita
l-'lnh, Joseph A.
Uroea, 1'iilllppinn
Hatch, Onirics W.
Heusl, Broil
OWII, Elisabeth
Perry, Louise T.
rierson, Lelune M.
nichards. William 10
Kttspo, Louts A.
Roaen, John N.
Iloblnson, Robert A.
Rush-worth, Mary U
SStterley, Harriet A.
Keolt, Slay P.
Pherer, I'reseott A.
iwlnburne, Anaia T.
vi etherby, Msry E.
V.'ollf, Mathllde
In Strniorlam.
O'nellly. Thomas J.
LOST Tuesday, on 2.td st. or E R. T. sub
way, man s rorkettionk, containing money.
cards and personal papers. Return fo G. 11.
)., 70 uroad st. Thorn- Dread (.973. Re
ward.
iOST umbrena, yesterday (Wednenday), st
1'oln Grounds: silver handle, monogram
'R. J. R.," autographed; rowan! equal value
offered to finder. Address R. J. BOSCH, 59
Prarl St.; phofie Promt 2S.2.
U"iST Amber and tortolseshell fan. with
sreen fcatherB, bettveen Walrforf-Astoria-Olnhe
Theatre, or taxi. $50 reward. JO
SEPH CALLAHAN, 500 5th av. Vander
bllt 23S.
LOST or stolen from automobile at Wood
nansten Inn, Tuesday evening, blsek grip
marked fl, W. H. Reward: no question.
asked. Tel. 801, RldgeWQOd, .V. J.
LOST. Ulsrk rlllt umbrella, silver hook han
dle, In telephone booth, drus store, f,jnh
st. and (lib av: valued as krrpsnke. Re
ward return M. Tl'RKEL. 131 East .".Dili st.
LOST l.ady'a black travelling bag, on new
llrlghton Ueach subway, between In Kalb
av. and Brighton TVarh, Saturday: reward.
Phone Orcenpolnt 317-1. .
LOST On Iing Island trslln. Jamaica, Sim-
dny evcnln.t, 8:45, a blark silk umbrella,
with silver back on handle: $10 reward.
DA Via HARNEH, fir, uroadway.
LOST or fi-elen Ear phone from auto In
Vicinity of 59th M. : reward, no questions
asked. Offlre, 253 West Tfch, Phone Colum
bus rutin.
LOST Chevrolet motor ear, 1IU! model:
inlsslna slniv August 2: license No. 11-S-lil
motor No. 31005: liberal reward, no ques
tIon ssked. Thnne Fits Roy son.
LOST On Riverside Drive, near 93d st.
,! b-aileil bne. Reward. Address Ii
21 Sun-Herald, Herald square.
SMITH IS HERE FOR
CROWLEY FUNERAL
Other Prominent Democrats
Attend Services.
LOST Double compartment black purse, con
taining five fifty dollsr bills and change.
Liberal reward Circle 391
Armando
l,,rr,.,l fmm .r, , ,, trr,Mi.. 1 ,k. Istriet will lie married t fr new wb. wn sww, entitled "Tho Olrl In
----- .v,..u,. ,M (u - . - '""I"- uva 1'rivaie uoom. raiiettrd Clark is the
Adirondack and Is with Sirs. Joscd'u H. Boyrr of Paris. France. In tho counti v author and Oltz Rice is the enmnnser
Chonte In fitockbrldge. home of her parasta In flreenwlch. Conn 1 r'u-'ie-
Sir. and Mrs. John P. Tilikn. MtMjBfr, Royer Is tho son of Sirs Oeorge : "nlue Bonnet." a remedy by George Sear
Silnnle P. Tllden and Mr. nnd Hti. Bosque! of Paris, whose present hus- SritSSj'.'.H.. M.LTfjSfwJl3! th'. .Messrs.
Thomas B. Blsset of New York, who are I band Is a Counsellor of Si... i . "1 51' 'r t-.t. H,ro,ord Tne"tre. Stamford.
ten will join the can of
when that eomedv mnvn.
he recatven the Croix de Cuerre and the ;!om. ,h( Bpih to tlis Nora Bayes Theatre
French Mllltarv Cross. At present he Is
I Lia , 'K J" .'ee Wcbrr. producer nf
in IBS imif- nnnniiisi, . . ..iukvmv ... ...v ..u(.v ue i-himh er
,, . ,, .1. . ide Pi'.vsj Rus.
, 2 . " ".. "nynghsm. 0n genternber 15, at ri,.uow R-ook
have with them at Hre.'on tV.oda Sits, F,rm Mm Ki v r ,
Alice Siaxwell of Ro.-kvllle. coin.. and x. , 1. .
... .,
J at Heaton Hall In Stockbridge, were in a time he was with the French Hltrli Com I Alice Bromlev Wll
luncheon party yesterday at the Stock-; mission in Washington. During the war Po "A"
bridge Oolf C'u'i.
K'ee Honors Spanish Writer
Av...- '
"' wpain. Aug to
PlWeU s.t.
- .aiues, tne writer, was accorded
of sPnish intellectuals. The!
W, 1"" ot A,f0,lf'0 X"i high!
Mr- granted for tnt..iiei...i
alteJ,fiaSTL Mr. Ar.b-.,. 11 ..,
K ,V'' 'r"1.?'10"' ,n"n: Now York are at tan UquntaJn v..
'rthr ....v " . " Hoi.se at Whitefle d. a lore Mr. and Mm
""" ItatoZ vMe'Jrn.f'i 'I r" I A. lnrence Phillips and UHes Phili ps
POtttl. V,M' ,M'''nS will arrive I Ma week.
! The P.uv. Dr. Harry C. Nichols o:' Holv
" I Trinity Church, New Yo-k. and the Rev.
1 Abroad. ' rir. Percy Siekny C-snt of the Church
-Rem- ah. I of the Ascension hve been active In
?thMJ the
Sir. Richard Roblnwi of New York, their
Sir.
Adn
"I SIMIett
Wa
dl
(Irde
a p Nlhlack
';,,,,il''i".. has MM
MtaeJl to Londoi
UU N'a
ved of that
ns naval
m.it.v .. .
Admiral n : k ."'J "'' war
Uval f. , " vommanaen American
U '0IC m the Adriatic Sea.
was announced
-r , I social lfe of Intervale ar.d Chocorua.
r of naval -.,., ,i... .,.
are located.
Mr. Stiiyvetant Fish arrived at the
Mount Washington HOtal, Breffn
Woods, last night.
Mr aid Mrs. Arthur Ten Eyek are at Mm
lha Intervale House. iMlsa
TMutWnY Jr.. their eldest il iurhter SIl-s
Kaupv T BaUh'-' i. will .bn married t,
Sir. V I'll itn Payne Thompson Piestnn.
'.fr. Preston Is a son of (lie !nti Sir. and
STrs ft".lph Prerron and a nephew am!
,-amesake of Sir. William P. vne Thomp
son of this city. He served In France
during the -ur and last year was at the
Harvard !-cw school
Another wedding of dtptemher M .. to
be thai of Miss delnlde ftedgwlck. elder
daughter of Mrs Hurry Hedgwlek. to
Sir John Slunrot, a son of Mr. and Sirs.
Henry Whitney Munree of this city and
Tuxedo Park, at Fair Croft, the eountrv1
place In Port Chester. N. Y., of Sir. and
Hftn. vdw- " the
Ztntballat operetta o-hleli opens at tha
I'nsl-o early In topttsaber, nMII take tho
eamMny of seventy-ilve. which Inetuden
im e-iiy-flvs musician-, to New Haven. Conn.,
next week for a week's rehearsal before the
'Mienlng ihi re, Auauet Sti. at the :hubert
Theatre.
K. Zl-rf-ld, Jr.. hesan rehear als o' the
no vtid i-.hi Prolfcs" on1 the New Amsior
'am Ti-ar Uoef yi-teri'av .Smena those
who ar- io sin.es are. Tidal. G, iard. the
'oiioon niu'-leel ei i edy -unr, William and
ilnidon raet ae. the I'alrbanks Tntn..
Wajrenhalii and Kemper Compeny placed In
rehipafsal "The nrf." s new play he Marv
I.o'.. ,e Rlnehart and Aver Hop-ooi.
which opens at the Moroe-.i Tlieatre on
Monday. Auaurt 21. 'Ilie play ha already
bad a pr. limine ry trynut In Washlnijtiiii a.:.l
Ailantle CfHg.
Tti Nlglii Iieni." st the Liberty Theatre,
celebrates Its 22'.th New York performance i
lo-nlhi.
tennie," the shimmying elephant a' tile
HYLAN PLEADS FOX TENANTS.
Charsjea lloekswsj PaclSe Com
pany Overcharges.
Mayor Hylan asked Charles l". New
ton, Attorney-Oeneral, yesterday to seek
means of protecting tenants who have
erected bungalows at Hockaway Point
fmm the alleged purpose of the Rock
away PacJfio Company to ouat the ten
ants by exorbitant rents. Tlio State Is
In litigation with the company concern
ing the title to the property upon which
the several thousand bungalows are lo
cated. Many of the tenants are said to
have expended considerable sums of
money in the ereotion and Improvement
of tho bungalows In which they live.
"If the title to these lands Is in the
State," eald the Mayor's letter, "you may
find a solution for the difficulty pre
sented by tho bunga'ow owners."
Gov. Smith and many others promi
nent in Democratic politics left their af
fairs yesterday to attend the funeral of
Cornelius Crowley of 268 William street,
assistant sergeant at arms of the Board
of Aldermen. Gov. Smith arrived fmm
Albany on nn early train, bringing Adjt.
Gen. C. W. Berry, and Immediately after
the services in St. Andrew's Church in
Duano street returned to Albany.
There was a largo attendance of Dem
ocrats who nro party leaders in lower
Slanhattan. The bearers were Alderman
Michael Btapleton, former Sheriff Torn
Foley, Water Purveyor Dan Finn, Rep
resentative Daniel J. Rlordan, Assembly
man Totcr Hamilton, Slagistrate Thomas
J. Nolan, Justice John Hoyer of the Slu
nlclpal Court, former Assemblman
Burns and Thomas Hughes, president of
the Downtown Tammany Club, of which
Sir. Crowley was a member. The Board
of Aldermen attended In a body. Tha
mass waa said by tho Rev. L. J. Evers.
Mr. Crowley was born In Hamilton
street and always had lived in the First
Ward. He was one of "Big Tom" Foley'a
aids for many years.
DR. EMU HEUEL DIES.
SVns
nd
Member of St. Lake's
Polyclinic Staffs.
Emll Heuel, visiting surgeon at
LOST-TMgsliln bill fold, suhwajr; $5 reward.
Pr. GRIMM, Times Building.
Jewelry.
DIAMOND reeklare, August A: exceedingly
large reward for return or information
leading to recovery. Phono S7.39 Schuyler or
310 West Hrtth st., apartment TB.
l.OST-LONO, NARRPTV DIAMOND AND
ONYX HAR PIN. SIIOPPINO AND R1T,'.
CARLTON. ACC.t'ST 9: LIBERAL RE
WARD. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. JOHN
P. KANE CO.. 103 PARK AV. MURRAY
HILL 1107.
LOST On Wednesday evening, July 21, at
Kosetand iMnclng. MM Broadway, plati
num bar pin, containing seven diamonds.
Plnder please communicate with RITZ ART
CO., 3 East 40th st.; liberal reward.
LOST rEARL SCARF PIN, DIAMOND
DROP. BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND
BROADWAY AND 137TH ST.: FINDER
SUITABLE REWARD. ROOM 814, 32
BROADWAY, N. Y.
LOST On August -l. between 47tl st. and
Park av. and Century Theatre, oblnne dia
mond bracelet: liberal reward if returned to
PTtEICETi a Pfti raw in sv.
LOST Thin bracelet, onyx and diamond.
Monday at the Clarldge Hotel, or at
Stern's, 5th av. Bryant 7100: room SQ2.
LOST Haturilay, In Hotel Rllt.noro. pearl
solitaire ring. Tiffany setting; will pay re
ward and no questions asked for its return.
H. G. C. room 983, lit B'way. N, Y.
LOST Pearl neeklaoe and onyx and pearl
bracelet, in rose colored leather ease: re
ward to finder. B., 1271 Bun-Herald, Ful
ton st,
REWARD. Loat. August 8, two gold cameo
rings. In arossina room vnuns restaurant,
25th, about t o'clock. Phone John g3.1T,
$300 REWARD.
for returfl ot diamond and platinum barpin,
three centre stones In diamond shaped set
ting. I-ost July 2 between Grand Central
Palace. N.-Y. C, and Sterling st., Brooklyn
j. lU B. H. WEINBERG, 805 0th av.
Wearing Apparel.
LOST Neckpiece, sable, on Tuesday
Mrs. rhaplln to Aid Reernltlns.
Mrs. Mildred Harris Chaulln will be
the guest of the city of New Rochulle,
the United Slates Navy and Slareus
f.r-w at New tlochelle to-night, when
she will aid the navy In a recruiting
drive. She will be the guest of the city
nt dinner, will address the audience at
l..-ew's Theatre and will attend a lawn
f tival In her honor.
Dr.
St. Luke's and Polyclinic hospitals and
a practising physician In this city for
many years, died yesterday in his home,
151 Wast Eighty-seventh street. Ha
was fit years old.
Dr. Heuel was graduated from the
College of Physicians and Surgeons. ,
He was for many years treasurer of.
the American I'.lotro-Therepeutle As- Hei-l
.'oelatlon and was a member of the t.cFT atari, two ploen mink, on Pfaadwaj
New York Yacht Club. New York fh. i near 5l'h ft I liberal reward. ML Ill's
Ictlc, Army and Navy and other I'lUOO, i s'
nnd of the New York Academy of Med-
Iclne and oilier medical organizations. !
The funeral will be Conducted b.' Chan- j osT-Colll ee. male, miasma line w
cellor WoolWOTth Lodsrr, I and A. SI . o. 1910, In Mveretile I'ark Finder kbidty
to-morrow morning at the Funeral I notify U. MP w!NO' 97th et. and
nt.lil
August 10, from taxi, front nf Hotel ComJ
modnre, at :: very Boon reward: no
question aSkod. Return to desk at Hotol
Commodore.
LOST In laxleab Monday night, from 47th
t to 21 Bast Mtli at.. Hudson .-able aran',
1 skin. Suitable Mward, M. O. B., phone
Plata TTaS.
l",,ST Between Lltile Neck nnd Cenl.-n City
Sundav, brown baa lontalnlnr. brown e4f
suK, shoes, laundry. Reward, RlTPRTH
umnenamii rw n.rs. ,;-n ci.i-ie.
BOWERMAN. Society of War Veterans of
the Seventh Regiment. N. 0 N. Y. Sor
rowful announeament Is made of the death
of a former president of our society,
Brlg.-Cen. Richard N. Bowerman, U. S.
V. (Co. G, Seventh N. Y., S. M ), on
August 9, 1920, at Baltimore, Md.
Major William H. Palmer,
President.
Capt. Richard Henry Greene,
Secretary.
IlOWERMAN VETERANS OK THE SEV
ENTH REGIMENT-Announrement ta
made with profound regret of the death
of Gen. Richard Neville Bowerman 1 Sev
enth Company), on August 0, 1920, at
Bulthiiure. Ohio.
WILLARD C. Plait, President.
RRENNAN. On Aug. 9, Annie M. (nee voa
Rettlgl, beloved wife ef Thnuiss P.,
mother of I'nrry J. and Thomas !'. Fu
neral from her late resldoaee, 3133 De.
ratur av., Bronx, Thursday, Aug. 12, at
2 P. M. '
BROWN. Mary Louise Brewn, wife of Irv
ing it. in own, at lllg Moose, N. T., Au
rust 10. Funeral Friday. 3 P. M.. at 967
MAdteoa av., Plalnfelld, N. J.
CLARKE. - Joseph W., at Detroit, Mich.,
August 10, husband of Mattle Flor
ence). Funorol service at tho residence
of Horace a Lamherson, 1078 Kast 18lh
st., Brooklyn, on Thursday, August 12, at
a p. m.
DAVIS. Aug. 11, Augustus Darts, Jr., hus
band of Madeline Cerf Davis snd son of
Augustus and Elisabeth M. Davis, ase a
years. Funeral services Saturday. 3
P. M.. from residence of sister, Mrs. Und
Mason Baker, 1805 West Erie av.. Phila
delphia. Interment private. Olivet Lodge
No. 007. F. A. M., anil other societies
of which he w as a member, Invited.
DICK.-On August 10. 1920, John W, Pick,
beloved husband of Helen I'lcK, aged Ta
years; past commander of Sumner Post,
No. 14, O. A. R. Friends, relative' and
members of Amerlrus lodge. No. SIS, F.
and A. M. and Sumner Post, No. 24. G. A.
1!., aro lespoctfully Invited to attend fu
neral services on Thursday evening, Au
gust 12, H o'clock, at bis late residence, 27$
West 1.131b st. Funeral Friday, private.
ELLIS. At Baranac Lake, N. T., Aug. 9,
1920, after a long Illness, Slarguerlta Bills,
daughter of Florence Relnenian, 58 South
Fullorton av., Montelalr. N. J. Trlvato
' sen-Ices at Weatherhead's Funeral Par
lors, M0 Main st., East Orange, Wednes
day afternoon.
FISH. Bethtah No. 10, II, O. T. 8.: Slaters
are requested to attfnd funeral nf Mr. Jo
seph A. Fish, husband of our Worthy Su
perior, Flora II. Fish, on Friday, Aug. 13,
1920, at 1 P. M.. from 1284 Central av..
Far Rockaway, L. I.
Amand S. Lesson, I 'resident.
GROSS. At Laurelton, L. I., Philippine
Cross line Krelner), beloved wife of Wal
ter Gross anil mother of Walter M. nnd
Albln V. Cross, departed this life on
Amrust 10, 1920. In her 74th year.
HATCH Charles Way, suddenly, on August
11. Services The Funeral Church, Camp
bell Building. Broadway at BOth at., Fri
day, August 13, at 2 I', M.
HEUEL.-Emll ("Dr."). beloved husband of
Elisabeth Josephine Heuel, on August 11,
at his residence, 151 West 87th st. Ser
vices at The Funeral Church, Broadway at
faith st., Friday, August 1.1, 11 A. M.
Interment at convenience of family.
O'NEIL On Tuesday, August 10, 1B20.
Elizabeth O'Nell (nee Roth), wife of
James O'Nell, after a lingering Illness.
Funeral services at her home, 521 Graves
end av., Brooklyn, Friday, August 13. at 1
P. M. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
PERRY. On August P, Louise Thome,
daughter of Edward and Catharine Con
rey Thorne and widow of Cornelius Porry,
at her residence. 112 Joralemon St.,
Brooklyn, In her 80th year. Funeral ser
vices at Southport, Conn., August 12, at
3 .30 r. M. (daylight time).
PHILLIPS. On Wednesday, August 11. 1920,
at her residence. 38 Bank at., Amelia
M, Phillips. Funeral services Thursday
evening, 8:30 o'clock. Kindly omit flow-
ra,
PJJSRSON.-LeJune M., on Aug. 10. Fu
nersl from residence of her sister, Mrs.
Llllle A. Wagner, Llvtagaton, New York,
Friday, Auk. 13. at 2:30 P. M. (new
time). Auto will meet New York Cen
tral train at Germantown, N. Y.
RICHARDS. William E., Esq., In Suffern
Hospital, August 8. Member New York
Bar. Funeral services at Kenaleo Chapel,
Thursday, at 3 P. M. Train leaves Grand
Central, Harlem Division, at 2:13 New
Y'ork time: 1:13 standard time.
RIESGO. Suddenly, after a lingering Illness,
Louis A. Rlesgo. Funeral private at con
venience of family.
ROACH. John Nunns, suddenly, August 10,
1020, at Skowhegan, Me., eldest son of
the late William Henry and Mary Nunns
Roach. Funeral services at the Chapel ot
St. Luke's Hospital, Amsterdam av. and
113th St.. New York city, on Thursday,
August U, 2:30 P. M.
ROBINSON.-On Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1020,
Robert A. N. v.. Beloved husband of
Irene Taylor Robinson. Services at hi
late residence, 111 Flushing av., Jamaica,
L. I-. Aug. 13, at It A. M. Intorment
private. Relative and friends also mem
bers of Cruiser and Transport Post. No.
341. American Legion are respectfully
Invited.
RUHHWORTII. Mary L , w idow of Sam
uel Rushworth, on Tuesday, August
10, 1920. Funeral service at her lato resi
dence, 2021 Creston av., The Bronx, on
Thursday evening, August 13. at 8 o'clock.
Interment at convenience of family.
8ATTF.HLEY. At Mount Vernon, N. Y.. Au
gust 9, 1920, Harriet Amelia, widow of
the late John G. Batter), in her 88th
year. Funeral services at her late resi
dence, 129 Steven av., Thursday, Aug. 12,
at 8 P. M. Interment private.
SCOTT.-May F. (nee O'Connell), at her
residence, 814i Jersey av., Jersey City,
S. J . dearly beloved mother of Louis and
dward and lter of John C., Timothy
J., and the late Michael O'Connell. Notice
of funeral later.
SHERER. Entered Ir.to life Aug. 11, 1020.
after operation for appendicitis, Present t
Alfrlend Sherer ot Garden City. Notice of
funeral later.
SWINBURNE. -Aug. 10, Annie T. Swinburne.
S. rvlees, Stephen Merrill s Harlem chapel,
Sot West 126th at., Friday, 2 P. St..
V.ETI1ERRY. Mrs. Mary Edward Wetherby,
wife of Oeorge F.. Wetherby. uddnly
In her .Mat year. Funeral services wilt be
held at her late realdenc. 44 South 11th
av.. Mount Vernon, N. Y.. Thursday, at
8:15 P.M. Irtmint prlral.
WOI.FF. MaihlMe, v. blew of the late
Nathan Wolff, on Auguat 7, at San Fran
elate, Cal. Funeral p.lvate.
32 io Broadway.
Cats and Ier.
IN MEM OR 1AM,
I OT.EILLT In iev'ng m .ory of our eear
imparted father, Thomas J. O'Reilly, who
' died Aoicust 13, 1905
FAMILY.
Church,
street
Rroadwuy and Slxtv-:sth '
North River. Ilh ral lew-are
llppods-ome.
wa presented with a slli-er
Itecrattlngr Record Broken.
Washivivton. Aug 11. Peace time
i,-cords for army recruiting were broken
during July, according to a statement to
i Ight from AdJutant-Oen. Harris's office.
A total of 15.8Z1 men were accepted for
vii nn it r. nnow
New Bboporii. Slnss
R. Brown, formerly Judge ot Eagle
County, Colorado, died In his home here
to-day. aged 75 years Judge Rrnwn has
enlistment, and this was considered morel been a resident of tills city for the It
IA")ST Brliidle bulldni;. femnle, SflUi a e.hltn
breast : name Is Nan. Phon- ci-ele sjo
Mr. 1.KK WILSON. I"" W"t i.iftth m.
$100 REWARD f'-r roiurn of male Miss da"
no iiit!ona nked II CANT, lelepl.one
Aug. 11 Arthur. ,;ret Neek ta?- V.
$ino
.1 Rich Steer,, uncle and aunt of trMtWHet i!mmTtm notable in 'that July in the paatha. been ! rears
Sedgwick. I night la "Uood Tune." slack month In the recruiting stations, tcrney.fo
and for many years waa al
ter Western railroad.
REWARD
Lost. Irish terrier, nie'e. Minday monitor
Apply FtTZC.IPRPN. 237 1st av.
Found.
FOUND Row best adrift In Jama a Bay.
SEVER1N. Broad Clnn,-I. N. Y.
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