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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1920.
15 flliss Strong a i Bride at Summer Home in Maine r. . P, Evans weds l)aus;H- (.r of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Strong. pMlal fo Tin Sen asm New Yosa llr.su n. jtoct'i bluffs, Mc, Aug. 14. There yti t wedding here to-day of Interest Jo toclety In New York. It was thul et Ml" Margaret Longfellow 8lrong, (Hiighcr of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hw ,4 Strong, of ISO East Seventy-flirt street, whose marriage to Mr. Almus Pratt Evani, a young architect from Viw Tork, was celebrated at fltrong fcold, the summar home of her parent. The ceremony wua performed by Row pf, William Lawrence Hulllvun, paHtnr of AH Souls' I'nltarlan Church, at Fourth avenue and Twentieth street, New York, end II WIS witnessed by relatives from New Tork nnil neighbors of the summer colony- The bride's only attendant wns her counin. Miss Juliette Pelufleld I.ong fsllow. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred erick W. Longfellow, of New York, and the bride's brother, Mr. Frederick I.ong fillo Strong, was the best man. After the reception Mr. Evans and his brldo Jfft for Northeast Harbor and Bretton TVooiln. N. 1'unng me win ter they will live with her purents JJew York. WED TO ARMY OFFICER. In MISS NORR1S TO BE WJED A T NARRAGANSETT TO RUMANIAN Lieut. Alevra to Marry Daugh trr of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Norrls Next Month. Miss Dorothy Norrls, daughter at Mr. and kin, Alfred K. Nnrrls of New Tork 'and Philadelphia, will be married to Lieut. Kaoul Alevra of Huoharest, Hu- manla, the first week In September at I the Norrls summer home at Narragan sett Pier. I.lsut. Alevra Is on hla way to the United States, having sailed from Japan August 7. Tho engagement of Miss Norrls to Mr. Alovra was announced by her parents In Narrugansett Pier on July ( aoon after tha arrival of Mrs. Norrls and her daughter at their villa, the Lodge, on the Cliffs, after a six months' stay In China and Japan. Miss Norrle made her debut In Philadelphia several sea sons ago. Mr. Alevra, who Is "8 years old, Is returning from Vladivostok, Siberia, where he went on a diplomatic mission for hia Government, ENGAGED TO ECUADOREAN. Dnnuhter of Mr. and Mrs. Baward K. Perkins to De Married. The engagement has been announced In Spring Lake. N. J., of Miss Argenta llennl l'ei klns. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BdWard K, Perkins, to Honor Luis An tonio I'ensherrera, who Is attached to the legation of Ecuador In Washington. The wedding will take place on August IIS at tho Essex and Sussex Hotel In Spring Ijike, where Miss Perkins Is With Stf purenta. She Id a granddaugh ter of the late Oliver Thomas Heard and a niece of Mr. Anson McCook Heard of thin city and Tuxedo Park. Mls Perkins Jflsa Eleanor Heeve Married to Meut.-Col, n. I . Patterson. ffiil lo Tiis Sin i.sn Xt York Hkiui.d. WaSHINOTOH, D. C Aug. 14. Miss VU.tior PdKi'A iif Hnin,lv..nn tl.t ..... Mseriad last nleht to LUul .Hal. B,.i,.r. I allU 'u r P"rcnta lived for some years In Uric Patterfon( Medical Corps, U. S. A., In Epiphany Church, the Hev. Ilobert Evani Browning officiating. The Secre tary of War and Mrs. Newton D. linker and Gen. Peyton C, March were among i tho for iilcnoa, Italy, and lately have been pass I In? the winter In Washington, D. C. Her sister, who was Miss Olive Perkins, Is now the Marchesa Stofnno d'Amlco. e in the small company assemblei the ceremony. The bride's attendant WM Mlai Alice Toom "hf New York. .She Tt given away by I 'r. Hobert Early Bad. n of Rntndywlne. Major William I.e. Patterson, brother of the bride groom, was best man. His mother, Mrs. William B. PattArson. came from Man atsas, Va for the wedding. Preparation! had been made to have the wedding late In September, but the atte was hastened because Col. Patter ns u,;x ordered to duty at the General Buff College, which will open on Sep tember 1, The coui'le has taken an apartment at $100 Fourteenth street. TV br tie i a native of Southern Mary land. Siie has been an orphan -Ince she ai three months old and has made her p:ti With relatives at Brandywine. MISS BANKHEAD IS ENGAGED. It prcscntntlTe'a DnuR-hter to Be Married to Mr. M. M. II... vt. ferial to Tiis Si n uiii Ngw York HaaaU, Washington, D. C, Aug, 14. News l.as reached here from Bar Harbor, Me., of the engagement of Miss Jeanne Bunkhea.l, daughter of Representative ml Mrs. William B Bankhead of Ala bama, to Mr. Morton Michael Hoyt. The wedding will take place late next Hek In Bar Harbor. Mr. Hoyt Is the Hti of Mrs. Henry M. Hoyt of Wash ington, and his father was Solicitor (Mara! during the Taft Administra te! .Mrs. Hoyt Is spending the sum Mi t Bar Harbor, and her daughters, Birairss von Stumm and Miss Nancy Hot:, are with her, as well as her son. Miss Bankhead Is the granddaughter f the late Senator John H. Bankhead ?t Alabama. Until her debut two years t(o she was called Eugenia, the name given her by her sponsors in baptism. But jh.- didn't like the name, so she changed It. Her sister, Mies Tallulah Bankhead, has had considerable suc cess on the professional stage. Miss Wells Kngagtd, Srr, ml to Tin Si n xmii Ngw Yosk IIsbai.u. New Haven, Conn, Aug. 14. Prof, and Mrs. II I.. Wells of thla city have announced the engagement of their daughter! Miss Qertruda Weils, to Mr. Danford Barney, son of Mr. and Mrs. D, Newton Barney of Fnrmlngton, Conn. MImj Wells, who was engaged In Hed Cross ork In New York during the war, has since been a student of landscape gardening. Mr. Barney was graduated from Yale In 1916, and went overseas the following year as photographer to tho Yale Field Unit He Is a member of the Authors League and has contrib uted to American and English erlodl oals. He Is the author of two volumes of poems. s To Wed Mlaa Miriam Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Ward of Val ley Brook J'arm, White Plains, N. Y.. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Miriam Sherwell Ward, to Mr. Walter Henry Bamford, Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Bamford of Manchester, Vt. Miss Ward Is the granddaughter of Mr. George Gray Ward of this city. .Mr. Bamford was graduated from the New York University. . aaaaaaaaKiT' TMUVh' Bancs auaaai tfH PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. Copyright, Vneerwood and Cndcrwood. Miss Dorothy Norris. Newport Society at Tennis Finals French Watts. Miss Jocelyn Watts, daughter of Mr. and Mri. Alfred A. Watts of this city and Meltonatde, N. J., was married to Mr. Elmer H. French yesterday at noon In St. Agues' Chupel, West Ninety-second street, hy the Rev. James A. Smith. The bride's only attendant was Miss Freda Halstead and Mr. Lawrence H. French was his brother's best man. The ushers were Messrs. Ruskln Watts and Hoyt Tomklnson. A wedding breakfast for relatives and a few friends was served at the Hotel Marseilles. Mr. and Mrs. French will go to Maine for their honeymoon. New York. The marriage of Miss Margaret Moul ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Franklin W. Moulton, New York and Wakefiold, R. J., to Mr, J. Henry Harper, Jr., oi New York will take place on Heptember 10 nt th country place of Miss Moul ton's uncle and nunt, Mi. and Mrs. Will iam Ayrault Haatird. at Cedarhurst, L. I., whore she Is a guest. Mrs. Thomas H. Howard has taken for. the autumn and winter the house ut S3 East Sixty-fourth alreet. Tho mar riage of her daughter, Miss Elisabeth Siuyvesant Howard, to Mr. Robert Win. throp Keen will bo celebrated here dur ing the autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Randall Heath are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter lust Tuesday at their homo In Woodmere, L I. Mrs. Heath was Miss Florenco Orr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Orr of H Kaat Nlnoty-oet ond street. A son was born to Lieut. A. H. Bate man. U. S. N and Mrs. Bateraem In Providence, R. I., lust Thursday, and has been named Wllllum Chase Bate man. Mr. William K. Vandermlt.. Jr.. will return to New York from Paris late this mouth. Mr. Charles K Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Whltrldgeare guosts of Mr. und Mrs. Wlnthrop Aldrlch In Southampton. Mr. and Mrs. George H, Hull, Jr., went yenterday to Newport from Short Hills, N. J., to be guests of Gen. and Mrs. 1. Frtd Pterton until September. Mr and Mrs. F. Sklddy von Slack returned yesterday to Southampton from Saratoga Springs and are with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Tower, aon-In-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, are on their way to New York from their wedding trip to Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfleld Hoyt are the guests of Mr. Ogden Mills at Staats burg, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Sabln did not start for Europe last week as the Intended, but expect to leave August 2s. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ormc Wilson expect to 'leave London for New York in September. Mrs. William A. Read and Miss Ellz sbeth Head have gone to the Adlron dacks from Purchase, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. Watson Webb will n In Hhelhurne. Vt.. from Svosaet, It. ., September 1 Mrs. Paul Morton Under Operation at Southampton u Recovering in Hospital There After Submitting: to Surgeon. to remain two months. Milliners Tailors Dressmakers Furriers Saa SeVM6 aaa 5f3S &ulhJbotnUr ? aaie 5TS ru IMPORTED MODELS: Max Model of Mole, Day Coat $ 1 1 50 maSAff JN (Kolinsky squirrd trimmed) l Urecoll Mole Cape. ...... .at $950 Import Price $1250 Bernard Model Mole Coat. . .at $500 Import Price $750 Max Model Mole Wrap. . .at $1450 import Price $1800 (Fitch Collar) Display of Gowns Equals That of Former Pays Despite Threatening Weather. NlWPOaT, R, 1. Aug. 14. Attracted hv the flnab !;i the tennis tournament I t was the largest gathering of go t't of. the week at the Casino thla ' i rnlng. " bosea and grand stands . I ftlleil ind although it was nd In threatened at times, the i.ispi.ij at gowns eiiualled that of the ; former days , He- A i i illlSm S. Sims Joined the s tbi ' g t t the first time to-day. On, o: h traeti gowns was worn ! by Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Gillespie. It was of lisht pink, the frame nat was black anil shj wore a heavy Btole about the shoulders Mrs. Seymour Johnston was In the box with Mrs. Glyn. Mrs. Philip Rhlnelander Jd wore cream ret with a lilac satin girdle and a blue hat trimmed with darker shsde orchids. Miss Elizabeth S. Sands wore a be coming gown of Nile green figured crepe de chine, with u large black atraw hat and orchids at the corsage. Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice was In black chiffon and a black hat and wore a mink scarf. Miss Margaret Dunlap'S pretty cosv ti.me was of coral georgette and her white hat was trimmed with daisies. Mrs. Carter R. Leldy Joined the gath ering, coming from Narraansett Pier. She Wore a gown of yellow linen and, as la her custom, wore no hat. Mrs. William Payne Thonfpson had on a long heavy white coat. An orchid hat was trimmed with orchids and scar let flowers. Others noticed In the gathering were Gen. iames Psrker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fltz Simons, Miss Florence Loew and Mrs. John Wanamaker, Jr. Messrs. Oe Blots and Eldrldge an nounced the rental for the season of 1921 of the Stockton cottage, on Belle vue avenue, belonging to Mr. Edward J. Berwlnd. to Miss Fanny L Johnston of New Tork. Entertainments Included another luncheon on board their 'team yacht the Aloha, given by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtlss James. Mr. Henry Clew celebrated his birthday snnlversary to-day at the Rocks. 1 The Garden Association has arranged for a lecture to he given August 30 by Prof. David Falrchlld at WKlteholm, the villa of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs. Specta! to Tug 8i'N and Nsw Yosk IIbsaij). Soutiiamiton, L I.. Aug. 14. Mrs. Paul Morton, mother of Mrs. Churlcs H. Sabln of Now. York, waj operated on for appendicitis hy Dr. Joseph A Illuku In the Southampton Hospital yesterday, It was said to-night her condition Is satis factory. SIM Has been 111 here most of the summer. Mr. Frederick L Reynolds of Harvard, here for the summer, also was operated on for appenedtcltls to-day and Is doing well. At the Orchard Mr. end Mrs. Jnmes L Dreese gave a delightful dinner party this evening. A surprlso was in storo for the guests as they stepped out on the rear verandas overlooking the Italian garden. The fountain pergola and the vista of gardens beyond were beautifully lllumlnati.d by thousands of electric lights. The scene reminded many of the giieats of the Breese dinner party in 1310, when the Italian garden was Il luminated In the same way. Almost 5flu,00u candle-power was used to bring about the wonderful result. The foun tain glowed and rippled, reflecting the figure of the child In the centre, which Is tho work of Jnnet Scudder, sculptress. As the guesti wandered around the garderaan ongnn nlayed In the music room. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McKeever Miller, who are visiting ad the Orchard; Mr. and Mrs. Henry H Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Scull, Mrs. Thomas H. Harbor, Mr. and Mra Francis Hurrall Hoffmam, Major and Mrs. Theron Strong, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart Walker, Miss Dorothy Kane, Mrs. David Dows, Mr. and Mrs John Elliot. Mr. and Mrs. Park Benja min; Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Gallatin, Mr. and Mra. James Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Larkln. Mr. and Mrs. Tif fany Richardson, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Barclay, Col. and Mcs Henry May, Messrs. James C. Pnrrish and Leonard It Thomas. Mrs. Goodhue Livingston gave a din ner last evening preceding the dance at Whlnneoock. Mr. and Mrs. William P, Snyder or Pittsburg are the guests of her mother. Mrs. George Q. Whitney, They win re main until Labor Day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Shaffer are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy H. Stewart. Misses Rose and Dorothy Cummlng are with Mrs. W. H, Hirst. Mr. T. M. Jones Jn Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dennis ton Lyon. Miss Dorothy Kan Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Stewart Walker. Mrs. Arthur H. Claflln will entertain at luncheon 'August 20. Mrs. Dudley Olcott wdll have a young people'e dance on August 1S. Mrs. F. C. Perkins will give a dance for her daughter at the tea house August 30. The date of Miss Allsa Mellon's dance has been changed to Friday, August 27. and will take place at her father's residence. Mr. Andrew W. Mellon will have a luncheon at his cottage to-morrow. SAY CAYNOR BOUGHT STOLEN AUTOMOBILE Police Now Want Innocent Victim to Yield It. Pufus Gaynor, Bon of fonnr Mayor William Oaynor, has become Involved In u, controversy with tho office of District Attorney Charles It, Weeks or Nssaau county over the ownership of an au tomobile, It became known yeaterday. Carraao Plant, county detective, found a stolen cad recently In Ouynor's possession. Gaynor had purchased the automobile from a Mrs. Ebcrhardt ot Great Neck, who In turn had bought it In good faith from a man named Louis "Rod" Hoffman, now a fugitive from Jus tice. Hoffman, according to Detective Plant, stole the car from a woman In New Jersey. Whan Detective Plant found that Gay nor had the automnfblle, he rays, ho went Lo him and proved to his satisfaction that tho car was stolen. Gaynor said ha was Just planning to take a trip and usked permission to keep tho car until he re turned. Tho detoctive says he received this agrement from Gaynor In writing, but when tho trip was over he never re ceived the car. Plant, then went to Gay- ! nor's home, where, -e nays, he wyi told that Gaynor was away, that the c?ir was gone and that he would have to seo Oaynor1 1 lawyer about it. . i . . . ... I . , . i i.Msmct Anoraer rrawi m I pected to try next week to get possession of the car. LOST AND FOUND. Jewel rj. IIW ItttWARP for return of platinum and diamond lorgnette rhaln. lout Aug. 4, between liraml Central Mir: anil Yonkora, N. Y. MAUCU8 IX)., Mh av. and jJMhst IT5 nllWAKli for return of bar pin, eontalntnit ii illamonils and (I onyx, lost Aug. 4. between Long Ialaod city and Now York illy. I. II. 11. H. Wg l Mgroo, nth av. i $MI HKWARD, no questions salted, fur return of emerald mid diamond bar ptn, lost between , Club, Rlta-Carltnn Hotel and New Amster dam Theatre. A. 11. l.i.i. a CO., Inc.. 13 William at. Wearing Apparel. LOST. In tailrab Monday Right, f. 47th st. lo Ul Kaat rdth St., Hudson sable scarf, 1 akin. Suitable -eward, M. G. 11., phone Plaza 77ftt. - LOST Sable acarf. Sunday, on train from Long lieaeh to I'enna. Station: liberal re ward If returned. CLAItK, 300 West Kid at.. apartmeiiMl). l'honu Hlvoralde jjQj. LOST iirowii grip, with allk shirti and men's toggery: liberal reward; lost In taxi from 23d at. to Claruinont av. Iletuin to i;i I'i'i: HANI) KMDHOIDKRY CO.. PW Wcat 23d at. LOST Sable scarf, on Broadway or Central Park; liberal reward. Academy I's'S. Mrs. HBICHMAN. 118 West IQoth at. LOST Smali eehie neckpiece on Monday, "5T twaen Stamford and White Plains; reward. It. W. Ii'iHOKN. '122 Madison av. lIS'r Sable si art, between Uroadway arid 42d st. and Aalor Hotel, lewanl. Phonu Riverside oms. DIED. RESORT NOTES. Hot Springs. Washington. Mr. David It Francis of Missouri, formerly American Ambassador to Rus sia, Is the guest of Mr. Halnbrldge Colby. Secretary of State, at his home In IC street. Mr. Frsncls Is an old frienu of Secretary Colby's father The Minister of Persia. Mlrsa. Abdul A41 Khan, started yesterday for Atlantic City to pass a week. Mr. Raymond 1. Baker, Director of tha Mint, Is In Lenox for Sunday with Mrs. Baker and their infant daughter Gloria, He will go to Philadelphia on Monday In connection with affairs at the Mint there. Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson, who has been attending the races at Sara toga Springs, has Joined his family at Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. Mr. a M. Breckinridge Long, who re cently was nominated for Senator from Missouri, passed yesterday in Washing ton and called at the White House. Mr. Long formerly was Third Assistant sec- springs for luncheon. Secretary of State. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geory TT. MfNeeley left I last night for Phindolphla, Pa., Mr. RVnr Admiral and Mrs. Spencer 5?. ; and Mrs. John W. Dixon for New York Wood, with the Misses Margaretta and j and Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hopkins Anne B Wood, have Joined the navy j for Baltimore. colony at Jamestown, R. I. Mr. and Mra. Renjamln F. Jones, Jr., j arrived from Pittsburg. Mr William A. Burton of London has arrived for a few d..ys' stay before Join- j In the Whltr Mountains. ing Mrs. Burton at Southampton, L L, j wnere mey nave a cottage. PUT CHAINS ON SON WHILE OUT AT WORK i Connecticut Father Is Fined; Mother Mutt Stay Home. ggteiai to Tub 8on and Nxw Yosk Iubuld. Portland, Conn., Aug. 14 Oeorge A. Williams, special agent ot the Connecti cut Humane Society, was pusslng tho home of Joseph Sokolsko this afternoon when he noticed a twelve-year-old boy hobbling about tho yard with a heavy chain attached to his log und on the end o the chain a large piece of railroad lion weighing more than twenty pounds. "Who put that on you?" the agent n sited. "My father," salt! the boy, "to keep mo from running away," Williams notified Constable and Se ll tt man (I. L O'Brien, who took the boy to the Town Hall, whero the chain wns broken und he was released. The au thorities learned that for more than a month it had been Nokolske's custom to chain the hoy In the yard, after which he and the hoy's mother went out to worn. Sokolsko told tho authorities that the boy was simple minded, and would r.ot stay at home unless he was tied. He said he thought tt was all right for him to chain the boy and that he was willing to have the child sent to an Institution. nlfi klalra, u-au uri-pilml .. I flncl M17.J1 costs hy Justice of the Peace Payne, who told the mother that she Uould have to stay at home and pay at tention ro ner cnueiren. Mr. Maurice Peterson of Ihe British Embassy, Washington, arrived at the Homestead yesterday, and Mrs. J Hous ton Johnston and Miss Delia Page Johnston by automobile from Atlanta. Mr. Samuel W. Moore, who has been a gueBt of Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Park at Boxwood Farm, started last night for New York with Mr. Park. Larly Stewart McKenzie entertained a large supper party last night. Mrs. Edgar H. Itright and also Dr. Mores Farrow motored to White Sulphur OBITUARIES. REPRODUCED FOREIGN MODELS: Kolinsky Wrap ...at $2500 Estimated Fall Price $3500 Eastern Mink Wrap at $3250 Estimated Fall Price $4500 Broadtail Wrap . ,vT. . . . . at $3500 Estimated Fall Price $5000 Hudson Seal Cape Wrap, . at $895 Estimated Fall Price $1150 L Short Grey Squirrel Cape. . at $695 S ""V Estimated Fall Price $850 AhS IU. s r an. WEDS MISS NEDDA HARRIGAN. Danhter of the Late "Ned" Har ridan, Actor, a Bride. Miss Nedda Harrlgan, daughter of the late Edward Harrlgan, actor, and universally known as "Ned" Harrlgan. was married yesterday morning at the Harrlgan country home at flchroon Lake. N. Y., to Mr. Walter Connolly The bride Is a sister of William Har rlgan, well known actor, who was at Schroon Lake for the, ceremony. The Brrkshlres. Mies Ruth Deyo gave a concert at the Stockbrldge Castas yesterday. Mrs. John A. McCreery of New York poured tea at the Stockbrldge Golf Club yesterday. Mra. Carl A. de Gcrsdorff was In charge of the tea table. The Anal match for the golf cup was played. Miss Emerln Keene of Rome, whose father is Consul General of the Ameri can Legation, Is the guest of Miss Helolse Meyer at Overlee In Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. John Hone Foster and Mr. Frederick G. Foster of Paris, who wore with Mr. and Mra. Glraud Foster at Lenox, started for Marblehead, Mass., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Thlerlot of Oyster Bay, N. Y , are at the Maple wood Hotel In Plttsdeki. Mr. and Mra Lawrence W. Churchill, who were there, started, for the White Mountains. Messrs. Edward E. Moberly, Jr., Will iam Carter Dickerman and George Clay Holllster of New York are at the Aspln wall Hotel, Lenox Mrs. William A. Slater of Lenox sailed yesterday for Europe with her son, Mr. William A. Slater, and her daughter, Mrs. E. Halsey Malone. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlgglnson, Jr., and Mr. Lee Hlgglnson left Lenox yes terday for Chicago, for a stay of two weeks. Chance In Stadium rrojraiume. There has been a change In tho pro gramme for the. Stadium concert to night. Instead of Walter Greene Miss Marie Louise Wagner, soprano, will sing. The other soloists will be Miss Amalia Zllberts, soprano, and Albert Stoessel, violinist." ii I mcMaaed lax uou : j 1 i . j Turn to the "Want Directory," Section Six, of The Sun and New York Herald to-day, and there you will find, handily classified for ready refer ence, hundreds of little advertisements SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD "WANT" ADS. of ffreat interest and value to those wishing to work, hire, buy, sell, rent, study, recreate, exchange, etc., to the best possible advantage., If you have a "want" of an unusual or par ticular kind, tell of your need to The Sun and New York Herald's over 200,000 regular "buy ers" through a SUN-NEW YORK HERALD "WANT" AD. of your own. Your advertisement may be left at any of The SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD'S more than 600 Agencies and Branch Offices, or Telephone PITZROY 6000. r Mrs. George G. Frellnghuysen and Miss Frellnghuysen of Morristown, N. .1., touring the mountains, are at the Balsams, Dlxvllle Notch. Mr. nnd Mrs Ed Sylvan US Woodward, with Mr. nnd Mrs. Marion Star of Morristown and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Munger of Camden, N. J., are at the same hotel on a motor trip; also Mrs. William Harkness and Miss l.nuise Harkness. Mrs. H N. Wheeler of ,v York, who Is at Sugar Hill, motored to Dlxvllle Notch with Mr. hnd Mrs. Irving Schmel sel yesterday. Arriving there was Mrs. William Lothrop Allen of Boston. Mrs. and Fred W. Dalby. Miss Flor ence Dalby, Miss Florence Nunnclly and Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Carter of De troit are at the Mount Washington, Bretton Woods. Mr. J. M. McCarthy. Mrs. Howard Coonley and Mr. Howard Coonley, Jr., of Boston are at the Waumbek. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter UpplnCOtt Miss Norma M. Atkins and Mr. E. J. Case of New York sro guests of Mr. Lester Russell at the Waumbek. Mra. Sutherland Rumbor of New York has Joined her aunt, Miss Elisabeth Miller, at the Waumbek. Other New York arrivals there Include Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lowther and Miss E. S. Luf butrow. Arrivals at the Mount Washington Hotel Include H. Rtimsey Green, Mr. Norman Carmlchael and Mr. D. M. Hale of Dnyton, O. Mr. and Mrs. Bedell H. Harned of New York have given leather travel ling clocks as priies In n golf tourna ment which will be played nt the Mount Washington to-day. The trap shoot ar ranged for yesterday at the Bretton Woods Gun Club was postponed becaruse of rain. The swimming pool yesterday after noon and the supper dance In the Foret de Danse last ' evening attracted many from other resorts, some of them dining In Cave GrllU Racial Notes. The wedding of Miss Iuise A. Buckel, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Frank fiuckel, to Mr. James F. .Hart of Patchogue, L I., will take place in St. Peter's Church, Brlghtwaters, L. I., on August 21, at noon. The wedding reception will follow at the Great South Bay Club. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. O'Brien of 265 Hooper street, Brooklyn, have an rounced the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Rose M. O Brlen, to Mr. Francis D. 'McGarey, son of Mr. William H. McGarey f 17 Marcy avenue. Fleet Capt. Horace E Boucher of the Atlantlo Yacht Club and Mrs. Boucher gave a dinner and dance last night at the club in Sea Gate, L. L, for Commo dore and Mrs. Edward L.' Doheny. Among those present were the Misses Ella and Nlta Weir of London, who are guests of Commodore anJ Mrs. Doheny in their yacht Casaaina : Dr. and Mrs. G Dempster Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Cor nelius Callaghan, Mr. Arthur Doremus. Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchie. Mrs. John P. Lanln, Miss Ellen Laflln, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Whitlock and Mr. Clar ence Taj lor. A luncheon wltl bo given at the Com modore next -It it day by the alumni of Phi Kappa Psl Fraternity, hlch will be followed by addresses. Mrs. Alfred J. Wageman and daugh ter, Mrs. Le Roy Williams, and Miss Stella Wageman of New York, who have bee at the Allenhurst Hotel, Allenhurst, K. f., start this week for Bar Harber. THK HEV. H1RA.H VAX KIRK. Stamford, Conn., Aug. 14. Rev. Hiram Van Kirk, theologlcajl, and form er rector of St. Luke's Church. Norotou. Conn., died here to-day nt the age of 82. He was born ut Washington Court House. Ohio, and received his education In Ohio Normal University, Y'ale Divin ity School, the University of Chicago und Columbia University. From 1900 to 1!I08 ho was dean of the Berkeley Divin ity School in California, ami tha fol lowing year served as instructor In Y'ale Divinity School. In the Christian Church denomination In early life he had charges at Buffalo, Nevada. Mo., and Jefferson City, Mo. When he entered the Protestant Episco pal Church he became a rector at Wind sor Locks, Conn. JOHN M'lllSKEY. John McCluskey, clvd war veteran, dietl yesterday at his home. 111 Brlggs avenue, Richainnd Hill, after a :ihort Ill ness. Mr. McCluskey served throughotft the civil war in the Seventy-third Regi ment, Second Division, New York Fire Zottnves. tie was prominent In G. A. R. awl K. of C activities at the time ofhls death, being prenldent of the memorial committee of the New York camp of the veterans of the Grand Army of the Re public. A widow and three sons sur vive. LOS f AND FOUND. LOST RAFT, FT. iono. n FT wins A VP .'. FT. PKBr. FROM I'IKR go. NORTH rtlVKR. OOMMUNIOATn ANY INFORMA TION AHOFT ITS LOCATION TO PANIF.L FAHRELL, FiFR II. NORTH RIVER. ROOM r.. REWARD. I.ORT Two (foody ear eord tlrea, B2S, mountftl on wire wheels, with tire cover, between Oecit.-y Farms. White Plains, and l;arrhiTtont Station; suitable reward. PEA- BOl Y. Lawhrntmt M4. LOST Chevrolft motor ear, 1919 moesl: missing slni-e August 2; IP-ens No. ts lot motor No. .Ilntl'; liberal reward, no qttes ttnns ashed. Ttione Fltt Roy S00 LOST Ry employee, who muat make good, paeksge pay envelopes, on 19th. 7th av., or 41th st. Sstttnlay. Liberal roward. A B., 204 Bun-Herald. Herald aouar. LOST or slnleii from automobile at Wood mansten Inn, Tuesday evening, bl&rk nrlp marked o. W, H Reward: no question., asked. Tel. gt, Rldgewood. N. J LOST Saturday, wallet, coiUalnlnjT" i9n""and rapers; finder return to 111 Eait S3d st reward. Mrs. MKltLOCK. MKMonANDFM HOOK. . Ftfiv dollar- for return, containing receipts, lost from automobile.. HERMAN WEISNER 111 K. 7th at., or 23", E. 14th si., rare of New fourteenth Street Theatre. Jewelry, LOST In tail August 12 from Hudson The atre, West 44th st.. to bOth at., firanette ci.se. blsrk leather, gold trlmmlnga, diamond crown on front with two caboehon sapphires Ii. centre thereof; liberal reward for return loJJARDRIIXir., phone Circle 4046, LOST -Gold vanity, with two gold attach ments. Vanity engraved "Georgia." 1100 reward and no questions. Return Mra. W. 1LCLARK. .HIP Weat 7tli at. LOST On Aug. 0, between 47th at. and Park av. and Century Theatre, oblong diamond bracelet! liberal reward If returned to DRBI CER a OP,, jjl ath av. Li)HT-tentletnan' heavy diamond ring, D., L. and W. It. R., east aide: Naw York I Central, west side; reward for same. J. T. OA WBOT. gel I'earl t.. New York. LOST Oold wristlet watch, monogram B. T. D., vicinity Broad and Wall t.. Wednesday noon: reward. IIE8S1E L. I AVIS, Room (Wft. IT Pattery at, N. Y. Tate aud l)ois. IXIST August II, on Albany post road, 2 miles north of Poughl.eeptiie, Peltlttuese dog, dark sable, tan legs, white breast and fore feet, light eoloiod tall, tM rcnurd and no questions tieked If returned to Miss E. T, Roosevelt, Poughkespale, K, Y. Tel, 194 I'oURhkeepele. LOST-on or before July' 14, brlndle bull ter rler, Uroadway and Audubon av. at 1011th; female, white marking, uamu "RowoieV1 har ness, goltrs neck; libci-ui reward, el- VIIMiL. VI W. 1 11 1 Ht et. Audubon .".(XI. l.OHT Hrltiitle Iloston bull, brown, white breast, white airlpos between eyes. August It), 11 1'. M., midway Ocean Parkway; good reward, wii.liam heck, 114 Eait utii st. Plata 1MT, LOST August 11, toy Boston bulldog, with white br.aet, In H a Oats; liberal ruwjtrd, no questions attkeii. I Phono Coney leland ,,21lJi LUOKBNBACH, Sea Gate. N. Y. l.Mi REWARD. Lost Irish terrier tmalvi, ir months old, vicinity llroailway and 170th St., on July 3; one ear down, one up; answers name Loppy." Sl'HINOER, 21M Broadway. Paone Schuyler ,',M0. BIRTHS, DEAR. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hear (nee .Tit llotte riohelj announce tha arrival of a son ut Flower Hospital on Aug. 9. HEATH .Ml. and Mrs. Alfred Randall H.-ath use Florence orr; announce the birth ot u daughter, oa August 10, at Woogflgere, l. i. 1IKKTZ. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Herts (Sadie LncovJ announce the birth of a daughter, Faith Elaine, August tt, 1920. PERRY. Mr. aud Mrs. Orln F. Perry, Jr., of , 194 Riverside Drive, announce tha birth of a daughter, Janet Gill, ou August 14, 1920. ROSENBERG. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Roaen berg (neu Sadie Kami) announce the ar rival of n son, Charles Joseph, on Friday, Auut II, at Stern's Sanitarium. CONFIRMATIONS. KOVICft Mr. am! M;n. Loulf TV NOVtCk nf mi Tiffany et., Brom, bef to annuum'e tho bar mitzvab of their son, KlUiu A. Kovtckt at th Monteflort Congregation. ii and Macy plartj, Hronx, ott (Satur day, August 21, 1020. Kt2optlon postponed. ENGAGED. BAFMR1N STRAF8S -Miss Kitty Strsuaa, 132.1 l'ark av., betrothed to Sam Baumrln, Til West l)3th st., Aug. 11, 1020. BROOKS LIVINGSTON. Mrs. Bertha Liv ingston at 0(12 Aldus st., Bronx, announcaa the engagement of her daughter, Viola, to Bernard S. Brooks. GREGOHY-FASOLA-Dr. nnd Mrs. Fasola of Wechavvkcn, N. J., announce the en gagement of their daughter, Celestlna, to Lieut, Archie Gregory ut the Royal Flying Corps. CRESS REBHAN. - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rebhan of 623 West 112th St., New York city, announce the engagement of their daughter. Beatrice E.. to Mr. C. Forrest Cress, Shanghai, China. HTTTCItINC,S KOYOE. Mr. and Mrs. T. Koyce of Washington Heights announce the engagement of their daughter. Marga ret Evelyn, to Mr. John L. Hutchtngs, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hutehlnga of Flat buah. Wedding will take place this fall. MANDLE SIMON. Mrs. Mlnnetta Jt. Lan ders, 1443 Carroll at., Brooklyn, an nounces the encasement of her alster, Iteberta Simon, to Mr. B. Herbert Mandla of Brooklyn. PROCTOR ERASER. Commander O. C. Howling, r. S. N , and Mrs. Powllng of Qlea Ridge, N. J., announce the engage ment of their nelce, Lola Harriett Fraser. to Mr. Robert' Matthews Proctor of Corning, N Y. No data has been act tor tho wedding. ROTH MESERITZ- Mrs. Nettle Meserltl of 310 West 3.1th at. announces the betrothal of her itaughler, Helon, to Dr. Leo L. Roth. RUSOFF-LIVINGSTON. - Mr. Louis P. Living.' Ion of 1127 Forest a., Bronx, announces the engagement of his daugh ter. Leah D., to Sir. Abraham Runoff. WEIL KOHN. Mr. and Mra. Edmund Kohn of M2 West lltth st. announce the engagement of their daughter. Est. II.'. to Mr. Herbert 1). Weil, son of Mrs. K. Well, 311) West 04th st. Reception will be an nounced later. DIED, Bogert, William R. Bowne, Edward R. Bremer, August F. Brlggs. Artemua W. Carroll, Thomas F. I'o Zerega. A. A. O. Efc'gerkln;., Elizabeth Emertc. Llll Fanton, Henry L. French, Harry M. gayer, Marls Hacrnah. Pauline T. Halsteail, Peter F. Harper, John Hlrschthal, Mav Hoffmann, Amy II. Htaia, Samuol Kmpner. Lou la Ictnberger, Cecilia Merwln, Lena H. Monsghnn. Matthew Mundy. Elizabeth Nielsen, Wtlnelmlna O'Reilly. Mary R. ltouvant. Fanny Srt)lth. S-'amtlel Smolen. Hst.nah Stevens, Alice N. Straus, s. f. Van Ortten, M. t V. Weaat. Mary R. Wend, born, C. A. sbriskle, Paulina :',. es, lieorge D. CEYKR Maria, wife .if lute Taut Oeyer, beloved inntlier of Evn llurne,- Ellssbeth Ouyer, Mary Gever, Hieter Walbuig. Fu ni ral at late realdenrc. '.'!) W sshlnston av., Tueadar, Auguit IT, 1D2D, 9M V.; i"iulm at' St. Ji,eph's Church, 10 A. M ; tntennent servlio nt fit. Itonlfaca Cemetery, Ebuont, L. L Auto cortege. lUaKNAH.-I'aultnr .1., balnvrd wife of John Jacob Hagenah, Auguat 11 Funeral aer vloea at Universal Funeral Chapel, (I2d st. and Lexlnat.in av., Momlay, AiiKtiet 10, at 1 P. M. Inlt i mailt at Muunt Olivet Ceme tery. IIAI-STEAP'.-At Brewster, N. Y , en Satur day, August 14. 1920. 1'ele.r F. llalstead, in the 70tli year of hla ag,'. Funeral eervlcas will ba held nt Mi lata residence on Wednesday, August IS, at 2:IW V. M. De ceased was a member of the Ctoeby Post, O, A. B.I New York Lodge. No, Id, I. O. O, F.I Crotou Lodge, No. WW, F. and A. at. HAIU'Elt At Rldgewood, N. J., Aug, M. I..." John llaruui, aga "I years, formerly of Brooklyn, N. Y. Funeral sen teas will ke held on Stindav. Any. IS, l :n P. M., at hie late residence, ls Siulug nv,, P.ldifewnoil, N. St Interment Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn. RIRgCRTHAL. May, August IS, nt Kaaper cohn HoapUal, Loa Angeles. 24 years, daughter of Bernard, sister of Harry and Arlknr. Interment California to'day, Hol'FMtNN.-At Asbury Park. N. J.. on Friday, August IS, Amy II., aged on. wife of Ji.hu L. Hoffmann. Funeral ser vices at Aurust Elckelberg's pallet's, lt:i4 Sth av., near 55th at., New Vorlt city, on Mnnil.'.y, August Id, llilio, at 2 P. M. In terment Woudlawn. HOLMES.-" n Friday evening. August II, I USD, nft"r a brief Illness, Samuel Holm, a, beloved husband of OertruOs Mary Holinoa, In tlie ?Sth year of his age, Funeral ser vices nt his late residence, 618 North Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J., on Monday, August HI, al .1 :.". Y M. It Is reuuesleil that no flowers be sent. KBMPNER, Loula, on Friday, August 13. D P. M.. at Plattshurir. N. Y. Funeral iron) Grand Central atstlon, Moiiiley, I A. M. Burial Cypross Hill Cemetery. LKMBBRORR -Friday. August 11, ID'JO, Cecilia Lemberiter, at her rvsldunco, IPo Park av., Leonla, N. J. MERWLN. Bntsred Into rest on Thursday, Austist 12. PI20. bet a Hnuetln Merwln. Fu neral Mrviceg at her late residthee, 41B East 158th St., on Sunilsy, August IS, at P. M. Rtiativas and frlendu Invited. MONAG1IAN. Matthew, Auk. 0, at Long Beach, Cel., father o Margaret Mary, Thomas a., Hot-tense r. Funeral Mon day, from hie lute residence. 41 Broad hurst av. ; thenco to St. Charles Bor i mi . .. y for mass at 10 A. M. MCNPY.-At New Brunswtrk, N. J., on AtiRust 13, Elizabeth, wife nf Clarence E. Muiidy, Funeral aervlces at the resilience of her aUter-ln-law, Miss Louise Mundy, 1U Klrkpatrlrk at., AukusI 111, at 2 P. M. NIELSEN. -August 13. Wlllielmlna, ned 40. Funeral flhapel Stephen aterrltl Burial and Cremation Co.. 101 Sth av. corner lSlli st., Sunday, 2 o'clock. O'REILLY. At the College of New RocheUa, New Iliicliellc, N. Y., on Friday, August 13, 1020, Slain- Mary Bernard O'ReTlly, .i.i ii .' r of John and Martha O'Reilly, Funeral Monday morning at l) A. . In ternment In Holy Sepulchre, New Ro rhille. ROC V ANT. Fanny, sister of Mnrilz, Elener. Adel Hartmnn and ll.tiha Wise, August 14. Notice of funeral later. SMITH August 13. Samuel, np;d 07 years. Funeral services at Stephen Mrrrltt Burial and Cremalli ti Co. now Harlem chapel, 2343 8th av., Sunday, 2 o'clock. BMOLEN. -Hannah, dear beloved lr.- of l.'nac and mothsr of Adele, l,ee , Bee. Julio", Sadii) Ix'schnlk and Anna Abelnfr, In lier B4th year. Funeral to tie held at her Into residence, 001 Weat lUtb M,, Suml.iy, 13th, at 10 A. M. STEVENS.-On Saturday, August It. 1020. Alice Newbury, wife of Andrew J. Stevens. Funeral servleos at her let' residence, 44(1 Park at,, Vpper Montclalr, N. J-, on Mon day, August 10, at 3 o'clock, STItAl'S.-Adelphi Lodge No. 23, F t. A. M. Brethren: You are hereby Muuuiionct! to attend funeral services of our lata Brother S. D, Straus, Sunday. 10 A. M,, at his late residence, 312 West IWd st. By order. F. E. Plotnow, Wor, Eilgar Bratneerger, Master. VAN ORDEN.-At Point Pleassnt, N. J., Auu. 14, ioso, Margaret Ingraham van derhoof, In her 71st year, beloved wife of Edward Van Ordan of New 1'ork and Montclalr. Funeral service at 4 o'clock on Tuesday 'afternoon. Aug. 17, al resilience of Mrs. Albert Allen. 72fl Arnold av.. Point Pleasant. Interment at Woudlawa, New York, on following day. WEAST. Mary Elizabeth, aged 88 years, daughter of Theodore M. and P.hnda Weast at her residence, 214 West 44th at.,' on Friday. Aug. 13. Funeral from her parents' home. Mount Vernon, ill. WRNPKBORX. -Charles A., on August 14, husband of Marcaret Wend..'born, i.ed r.fl years. Funeral services will be bald Monday evenlnii, 8 o'clock, at his lata reaidfius, ISO Wegman Parkway, .l.w.ey City. Relatlvca and friends, also mcaj bera of Bay View Lodge, No. 14(1. A. F. & A. M. , Plcklnson Sherman Council, If. A.. 1440: Typographical Fnlon No. are Invlted.to stand the aervlces, ZABRISKIE.-Mrs. Albert Zabrlskli i da Pauline Spear), beloved wife of Albert aabrtsklei daughter of Mrs. Fanny Spear, alster ef Julia Nswltter, Albert and lllrdlh Siiear. l-'uneral Monday, August Id, 1 P. M., at Pick's funerkl parlors, 22T Lenox av. LErE8uililenly. at Long Beach. L. I., August IS, P)2n. Georgo Dewey Zeese. Fu neral services at his late residence, fi6g East 23d St., Brooklyn, Monday, August 16, at S P. M. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. IN MEMOR1AM, fa Mrmnrlnm. Antoscli, Walter llrown, Pavld S. Plsken, Bridget Dolan, James A. Fewr.it, Francis B. Olrvan, Kate E. II. Jacobs, Smlly Kahn, Adolph Kaufer, Jane B. Van Pusee, H. L. Van Vorst, George E. lOST-lold cigarette raae Intf1ald F. C. P.: liberal reward. F. C. KNOW, Oraat North- tn Hotel. 118 Weat S7th St. Circle 1900. LOST A cameo pin, August 12, between Alt man's and M-Creery's. J. B. HARPER. North Llntoln and Columbus av., Mount Vernon. N. V. LOST Smell gold ponder box marked D, L. H. between 62d and i" East side; re ward If returned to SANDERSON. .163 Park av. , LOST Cold v rlstli t 'atr;i, monogram M B. C, on Brighton ezpress subwav Wedneaday evening. Call Maneflel.l 1S.M M. LOST Se4d Inltlslled cuff links, M. J. H. ;" reward. HTNEB. 4300 Bcakman. 1450 REWARD for return of black slIV purse contalslng fhre pieces of Jewell), lost August 3, between Pennsylvania Railroad Station and lieth st. BLACK, STARR a FROST. Dth av. and 43th st- s HPT. REWARD for return of flexible platinum braralet, con taining 34 diamonds, lost July 11 at M Alpln Hotel A. R. LEE a C(J, Inc.. 1J William at; $200 reward far return nf seven stone dia mond and platinum bar pin, lost Thursday, August 12th, In neUhliorhcwl of sth av., 4.M to th st. MABCt 8 CO., lit) av. and 45W St. BOCERT. -Suddenly, on Friday. August IS. 1920. William Russell Bogert. Funeral ear vices at hia lata residence, Castleton apart ments. New Brighton. Statcu Island. on Monday, August 16. at 4 P. M. Interment private. Providence "Journal" please copy. BOWNE Friday, August 13, 1620, at hla residence, 20S Centre st., Garwood, N. J , In his 64th year, Edward R. Bowne, son of tha lata Simon R. and Emma E. Bowne. Funeral private. Interment Flushing, L. I.. Sunday afternoon. Pleaac omit flowers. BREMER. Auguat 13, 1920. Auguat F., U loved husband of Charlotte at Uremer (nee Kretxmer). In his 63d year. Fu neral services will be held at his late residence. 004 Caetle Point Terrace. IIo hoken, N. J.. Sunday, August 15, at S P. M. Kindly omit flowers. BP.lOflS. Aftor a lingering Illness, Artsmuw W. Btlggs, beloved husband uf Etliel and father of Olga Winifred Brings. Funeral aervlces at the chapel of Nicholas T. Brown, 1275 1st av.. near 6Slh St., on Monday. August 16. 11)20. al 2 o'clock. Interment Kenslco Cemetery. Auto cor tege. CARROLL. Thomaa F., on Auguat 11. at his roaldencs, 558 West '-, at.. In hla' 75th year, beloved husband of tha late Marcv lt Carroll (nee Crawford). Funeral Mondav. . .!(' A. M. Requlam maaa at Bt. Kllta beth'a Church. Interment Calvary Ceme tery. DE ZEREflA. At Aldle, Va on Friday, August 13, 1320, Alice A. Gasnuet. wife of tha late Capt. Alfred L. B. de Zeraea and daughter of tha late Jamee A. Gas quet of New Orleans. La. Notice of fu neral In Monday's papera. EC riERW ING. Elizabeth Eggerkuig, on Au gust 13, belovtd wife of Henry Eggerklnr. at her residence, 1027 Tlnton av., Bronx, jtlase at St. Anthonj's (turrh. IMfh and Prospect a., Monday. 10 o'clock. EMER1C At Mc.maroneck. N. T.. Aug. 13. , 1920. Llll Enteric, beloved mother of utrj. A. C. Blnsham Funeral services at nr late home. Post road, Mamaroneck, oa , Sunday, 2.30 P. M. FEN TON. At Nutley. N J . August 14. 1020, Htnry Lewis, husband of Ncllo Thomson Fenton, son of the late Aaron Iecatur and Lucy e'ordham Fenton. h'uneral aer vtee private. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery. Elisabeth, N. J. It is kindly reoueated that no flowers bo ant. FRENCH Aug. 1.'' Harry Mortimer. Ser vices Stephen M. -Irt Chapel. 223 Sth av., near 21at St., 8u.,ay, s P. M. ANTCISCH In memorlam of our beloved son. Walter, who lost his life when the crew of S S. Westbrldge was torp. i.ieil during tho night of August (8-18, 1918. BROWN. In ever loving uutr.oiy of toy son, Pavld Seymour Brown, who died August 13, 113. BROWN Pavld S. In loving memory of our father. David 8. Urown. DISKEN Tenth anniversary masa will he celebrated Friday. Atisust 20. at St. Fran da de Chanters Church for tho soul of our trearly beloved mother. Bridget losken, who departed this life August IB, 1910. DOLAN. James A. In loving memory of our brotlier. A reipilem mass. Chbreh ot, the Holy Spirit, University and Burnslde avs., at S o'clock on Tuesday, August 17. His sisters. FAWCKTT-Tn loving memory of Francis II. Faw-ott, who db-.i August -". nBS An niversary mass on Friday at S o'clock. Church of St. Elizabeth. OlltVAN.-In loving memory or Kate 8. Hearsay, who died Sunday, August 16, 1918. JACOns. In loving memory of our dear sla ter. Entity, died August IS, IMS, KAHN. -In sad and loving memory of my beloved husband and father, Adolph Kahn, who died August 29, 1920. KAUFER. In memorlam Jana Ballard Kaufler, departed this life August 10, llUO. An angel In heaven looks down to-day. On grief atricken loved onca mourning her loss. A year has passed since Gog-took her away From a Calvary where aria succumbed oa her caves. For ahe was a martyr frail and brave. And Satan led her through Gethsemane; But h.val and true were tho amllea she gave To Inspire like courage In you and ma. Sv.ch are (ha recruits Ood must call To brighten his r.alm where tha good shall meet, But the imps of darkneas In atyglan pall Shall atone their crimes In eternal heat. Her loving mother, E. Ballard. August 16. 1920. VAN lr8KN. In lovlns; memory of Hannah L. Van Duson, passed away Auguat 11, 1914. VAN VORST.-Genrge E. Van Voret To day bTlSgs back tha memory of my hus band dear, who hid goodhy August 15, 1916. Sweet memorlea. Frankta. UNVEILINGS. ALEXANDRE. -The unveiling of the monu ment to be erected to the memory of my beloved mother, will lake place Sun day, Auguat. 22. 11 A. ML at Bayalda Cemetery. Poctete Israelite Fran. -alas atctlon. In eaae of rain postponed to fal lowing Sunday. I EE BOWSKt-WKIl,. Relatives, friends, ut. members and sisterhood of Temple Mount Zlon ar- Invited 10 attend the unveiling ceremony of the monument of Mrs. Emma Well (nee Lee BowskD. deceased, at Acacia C meterv, Cyprees H,ms Sunday. August 22. l!2d. at 10:10 A. V spots aria in lovlns memory of my wife and " our mother. Emma Straus. Henlrea at thB Haron de Hlrech Cemetery. Staten Island, on Sunday. Ausust 22. at 3 P. M. (lust Straus, Stella Slnsheimer. Lillian Jacobs,, n. NOTICES OF: Births Death,s Engagements Memorials Marriages CoRfli'mations Annulments Lodges may bo telephoned for publica tion in THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD any time up to midnight for the next day's is sue. Call t itzroy 0000. j u