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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1920.
15
Miss Perkins Bride
at Spring Lake of
Ecuadorean A tiache
Senor Don Luis Penttrliorrora
of ViisliinVu Maiiei
Americnh (iirl.
ti in Tub 8dm anb New Yo )laaiu.
Sim no Lake, N. J., Aug. J8. The
roerru of Mies Argenta Beard
J'erklns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ICd
nard K. l'erklns, of New York and
Genoa, Italy, to Senor Don Lull An
tonlo 1'eiiaherrefa, for four years an
attache of the Legation of- Ecuador In
Washington, was oelobrated In the
large ballroom of the. Essex, and Sussex
Ht--vI hero this afternoon.' The Rev.
FV.her Lnscclles officiated before an
Improvised altar, banked with lilies and
palms. The room was decorated with
pb'., while mill blue flowers, ferns and
pttms, and the bridal party iiassed
through au aisle formed by small white
plftars. The bride wore a Paris gown
at hlto brocaded satin, the bodice
trimmed with silver beads, and he
court train hung from the shoulders.
Her veil of white net woa held with a
wreath of orunge blossoms, and alio
r-' I'd gardenia and lllles-of-the-taiTey.
Tho ranld of honor was Miss Jeanne
Mario Perkins, sister of the bride, and
the tirldtxnialds were Misses Marcia
Heard ami Leonora Elisabeth Pettis.
Their gowns were of French blue or
gandie, caught around the waist with
cherries of pale rose-color, and on one
shoulder was a cluster of cherries.
Their hats were of tho same shade of
blue, with cherries caught on one side.
Tho best man was Senor Doctor Don
Itafael II. Eltzalde, the minister of
Kcu.idnr In Washington. The ushers
were Senor Don Miguel A. de Ycaza,
First Secretary of the Legation of
Ecuador. Senor -Don Enrique Kllck
tiianii, Secretary of the Chilean Em
batuy and Mr, Reginald Perkins,
brother of tho bride. The guests in
eluded the grandmother of the bride,
Mrs. Oliver Thomas Beard, widow of
'olonel Heard.
The bride has lived many years In
Ital) with her mother, two sisters and
brother. They returned In 1914 and
spent a winter In Washington. Another
daughter. Miss Olive Perkins, was
married to Marchese Stefano d'Amlco
in Washington In January, 1919, and
resides In Milan.
The bridegroom is a son of Senor
Doctor Don Modesto A. Penaherrera
and Marin Virginia de Penaherrera, of!
cjultn. Ecuador.. Jits father is a former
Senator and Is .now Minister of the
Supreme Court In Ecuador.
Among the wedding guests were the
Misses Tribe, sister In law of the Min
ister from Columbia in Washington,
Doctor UruetH, Madame Hercoso de
Kchaurren and ' Miss Maria Olga
Kchaurren from Chile, Mr. and Mrs.
llueseU Doherty. Mr. and Mrs. William'
Mosgrove Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Frank!
BertraroJordan, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic
Brown, M: and Mrs. Robinson Beard,
Mrs. I. L'la Eaton from New Tork,
Senor Aurello Aspla-r. Secretary of the
Ecuador Legation In Paris, Senor E. A. !
Mauhue, Acting C'ounsul General of I
Ecuador in New Tork, Senor Ernesto
F lerro, Mr. Fernando Delgado from
New York, and the Staff of the Lega
tion of Ecuador.
MISS HELENA FISH IS MARRIED
TO MR. FORSTER AT ROCKLAWN
Brilliant Wedding at Home of
Mr. Hamilton Fish at flar-rison-on-Hudson.
Special lo Tim Hi v ami Nw Yosk Kkkaiii.
I'ouuilKBEriis, Hi Y., Aug. 28. On the
lawn at Ilocklawn, the home of Mr. and
)5rs. Hamilton Fish at Garrlson-on-the-Hiidson,
the wedding of Miss Helena
Livingston Fish to Mr. Henry Foister
look place this aftnrnoVin. The ceremony
was performed before a natural altar of
brilliant autumn flowers against sturdy
pine tries, the whole forming a colorful
background for the bridal party aa It
crossed the lawn from the large Colonial
home.
More than five hundred guests were
present, many of whom came from New
York by special train. Tho Rev. Walter
Thompson, D. Ij , former pastor of Ht.
Fl.llllps-ln-the-Hlghlands, officiated. Fol
lowing the ceremony a large reception
mm hold in the drnwlng room.
Miss Fish was attended by her sisters,
Mrs, John W. Cutler and Miss Janet
F.sh, who wore gowna of blue satin and
georgette, trimmed with old gold. Th
I ride wore ti gown of white satin, cm -i
roil with tulle and trimmed in old lace,
vlth a long veil of tulle fast, ned with
orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet
of white lilies,
Lieut. Horace W. Forster. V. S. A.,
was to have been his brother's, best m in,
hut because of not being able to rea.cn
New York State In time, Mr. Franc1 C.
Urnv of Boston took his place.
Bulger Bleocker Miller, Jr., and Clin
ton Curtis were pages, and the flower
girls wire Susan Cutler, niece of the
bride, and Mary Benjamin. Both wore
quaii. i little white dresses, with old
fashioned poke bonnets to match.
The ushers were Messrs. Hamilton
FIsH, Jfw John W. Cutler, Evans R.
Dick, Jr., Alexander H. Tower, C. Fred
erick Frothlngham, Reginald Forster
and Htitger B. Miller and Dr. W. Bar
clay Parsons.
Among thoae present were Mr. and
Mrs. Chnuneey M. Depew, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan
Helnionf, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Roose
w li. Mr. fnd Mrs. Hamilton Fish Web
ster, Mr. Julian H. Kean, the MJsses
Kean, .Mrs. Do Lnncey A. Kane, Mr.
Stuyvcsant Fish, Mr and Mrs. Stuy
vosant Fish, Jr., Mr. and Mrs, Sidney
W. Fish, Mr. end Mrs. Robert Burnslde
Potter, Prof, and Mrs. Henry F. Osborn,
Mr.' ami Mrs. William C. Osborn, Mr.
anil Mrs. Samuel Sloan, Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Benjamin. Mra. Frederlo
de P. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Rutger 0.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Merrltt.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Breltlng, Dr.
and Mrs. Preston P. Satterwhlte, Mrs.
William F. Sheehan, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
W. Cutler, Prof, and Mrs. Claude F.
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aldrlch,
Mrs. I M, Mann of Troy, N. Y.: Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Cox, Mrs. William
Lowe Rice, Capt. and Mrs. Richard E.
Anderson, Mn and Mra. Henry Fairfield
Osborn, Jr., and Dr. and Mrs, H.
Irving Pardee.
...-, , i
aH are Is, ssssssssr
Mrs. Henry Forster.
and is an architect. He ferved as a
Junior officer In the U. Si Coast Guard in
the war aone overseas on the i amacraw
Lente Pennlnaton.
flrioiol to Tub Sen and New Yosg Hiuaid.
Nkw IXNBn.v, Conn., Aon. 28. The
marriage of -Miss Elsie Maude Penning
ton, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. John
Pennington "of Brooklyn, who are pass
ing the summer at Pine drove Nlantlc,
to Mr. Howard Otis Lento, Jr., son of
Mr. Howard O. Lente of Brooklyn took
place at the Second Congregation
Church here to-day, the Rev. J. Boy.
i ridge Lee, the pastor, officiating. A re
ceptlon was held at the Mohlran Hotel.
Carpenter Burton.
Special to Th 3l'N and Nrw Yosk IlRttALD.
Washington. D. C, Aug. 28. News
his reached Washington of the marriage
of Mr. Theodore Carpenter, son of Mrs.
J. Fairfield Carpenter of Washington
and Casonovla N. Y., and Miss Eliza
beth Crlll Burton of Cresecent City, Fla.
The wedding took place In Old Trinity
Church, New York, on August 19. The
wedding was simple, as the bridegroom
had been called East from his home in
Oklahoma by the death of his brother,
Mr. J. Fairfield Carpenter, Jr. The
couple had not intended to be married
until autumn. They now are living In
Colllnavllle. Okla.
McKrnna La via.
Miss Angelica M. Lav in. daughter of
Mrs. Mary Lavln of 194 Crown street,
Brooklyn, was married yesterday to Mr,
Felix P, McKenna,, Jr., by tho Rev. H. A.
Gaynor, S. J, in St. Ignatius Loyola
Church, There was a wedding break
fast at the Hotel St. George.
Miss Margaret Lavln attended her
sister nnd Mr. Joseph M. McKenna was
his, brother's best man. The hrldo Is a
graduate of St. Agnes'a Seminary. Mf.
McKenna Is the son of Mr. ami Mis.
Felix McKenna of 286 Fenimore street
Heard 1)111.
Special to Tira Bin am New Yosk Hssaui
Boston, Mass.. Aug. 2 S. Mlsa Ruth
Dill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Albert Dill of 484 Commonwealth ave
nue, was married In the Church of the
Holy Name, Swampscott, this afternoon
to Mr. Francis David Beard of New
York, Harvard 1920, and the son of Mi's.
Irving T., Bush of New York. Miss
Dorothy Dfll, a sister of the bride, was
maid of honor. Among the other attend
ants was Miss Hope Bush of New York
The best man was Mr. Arthur Ellsworth
of Stamford, Conn. Among the ushers
was Mr. Benedict Rantoul of New York.
. reception was held nt the summer
place of the bride's parents In Swamp-pott,
JL
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$
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Prices GUARANTEED
Lowest in
York
or
MONEY BACK
That Settles The Price Question!
Acres of choicest Furniture The Cream of
American Production in wide range of prices
For Example
Bedroom Suites $235 to $2654
Dining Room Suites 490 to
Living Room Suites 335 to
Occasional and Separate Pieces 10 to
2250
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2900
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
Ntr York.
Mr. and Mra. Herbert I Satterlee
will coma to New York to-day from liar
Harbor, aa their daughter, Miss Mabel
Matterlee, atarts to-morrow for South
America
Mri. CharlegvCary Humacy, who haa
teen convalescing at the home of her
mother, Mra. K Henry Harrlman, at 1
Eaat Sixty-ninth atreet. aftor an opera
tlon for appendlcltln at the Roosevelt
Hospital, went yesterday to her home In
Weetbury. I I.
Jtr. and Mna. Harry Payne Whitney,
who attended the funeral of Mr. William
K. Vandarbllt, have returned to Deer
lands, their camp at Haiiuette L,ake,
N. Y., making part of tho trip on board
thatr ya6ht, the Whltenway. They will
return to their house at Wmtbury .Sep
tember 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Klbert H. Gary, who
are visiting Mr. and Mm. Charles Du r
ing at their place In Spain, will return
to New York October I.
Mrs.Hugo Reisinger
and C.E.Greenough
Wed in Mountains
Wealthy Widow, Who Ts a
Daughter of Lnto Adolphus
Baieh. a Bride Apnln.
BALL AT MOUNTAIN CLUB.
Mrs. Charles n. Alexander and lier
daughter, Miss Mary Crocker Alexander,
who arrived from Kurope last Wi'dnes-
dav bv the Olvmnln. ar at their house
IB Tuxedo I'ark, N. Y. They havo aa i them were Mr
.S'prntal to Till Sl'N 4MB Naw YOSK ltaoAID.
Ultii: I'.' u lit so, N. II , .mil-day
Mra. Hugo Reialngur of 983 Fifth ave
nue, New York, daughter of the late
Adolphua Biuich und Mrs. BlMCh of Ht.
Iioula, waa married to Mr. Charles r
Creenough, also of New York, at the
summer homo hero In the mnuntulns of
tho bride's sister, .Mrs. B. A. 7Wrfe News
of the nmrrlagi) will come as a pleasant
surprise to many friends, who had not
known of tho engagement, which wns
not formall;' announced.
Only membera of the Immediate fnnY
Hies witnessed the ceremony. Among
anil Mrs. IJ. A. Faust,
thalr guest Mr. .Sheldon Wliltehoiise
Ounce of Mlas Alexander, who accom
panied them from France.
Mra W. Averell Harrlman, who Is a
guest of Mr, Charles Danler In Lenox,
Mass., will return to-jnorrow to
Arden, N. y.
Mrs. Henry Clews, who came to New
York to sea her grandson, Henry Clews
3d, start for school in Arlxona, has re
turned to the Rocks, In Newport, where
sho has aa guests her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Par
sons, and family.
Miss Kllsabeth Kemsen, who Is pass
ing the summer in Pasadena, Cal., will
return to New York in October, and
itwt In November for Coreiu
Mr. Oliver Harrlman, who spent two
months at Santa Barbara, ha returned
to New York after a brief visit to
Banff and Lake Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Livingston, who
have passed the summer at Woodmeref
will go to Lake Flndd for September.
Mrs. Donn Barber nnd the Missea
Elisabeth and Louise Barber, who re
turned from Santa Barbara on Friday,
will go to-day to Kdgnrtown for Sep
tember. Mr. Adrian Iselln returned yesterday
to New Rochelle from Bar Harbor. Mrs.
IsPlin will remain there a few weeks
Oen. Horace Porter has returned to
his home, 277 Madison avenue, from
Greenwich, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. George F, Baker, Jr.,
will return this week from the White
Mountains and go to their house at Glen
Cove. L. t
Mr. and Mrs. Scfmyler LJvlngston
Parsons will return from Europe In the
first week In October.
Mr. find Mrs. Vanderbllt Webb have
returned to their house in Peck
skill after an absence of aeveral weeks
In the West.
Washington.
Secretary and Mm. Josephus Danlela
! ava gone to Charleston. W. Vo.. to be
'esta of Capt. George R. JIarvelL The
Secretary will make an Inspection of the
armor plate faotory to-morroiv.
Mr. Balnbridge Colby, Secretary of
State, who la to take part In the Pilgrim
tercentenary celebration at Province
town, Mass., to-morrow, started last
night for New York, and will continue
his Journey to Provlncetown aboard a
destroyer.
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh has arrived In
New York on her way to Washington,
after spending the summer In the West
She attended both conventions and later
toured with the Vice-President and Mrs.
Marshall.
Mra Albert L. Mills, who haa spent
July and August at Lake Harbor, Mich.,
will leave there the first of the week far
Roaring Brook Inn. Harbor Springs,
Mich., for September.
Mrs. Charles Parker Stone is spending
some, time with her ajon-ln-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur St. C.
Foraker, who have a cottage at Cape
May, N. J.
Tn Other Places.
Miss Constance Warren was married
yesterday to Mr. Schuyler Dillon at
River Gables in Oreenbush, the sum
mer place of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Oopp Warren, of
Boston. Mr. Dillon la a Harvard man,
class of M.
Announcement la made of the engage
ment of Mlsa Ruth Dwlght, daughter
of Mra. Dwlght and the late Dr. James
Dwlght of Boston, to Sir. Charles
Wlllard Blgelow, son of Mrs. Henry N.
Blgelow.
Mrs. Adolphus BUSCh, Miss Amy Faust,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reisinger, Mr. Curt
H. Reisinger, son of tho bride; Mrs.
Reisinger, Miss Holm and Col, R. C.
Shannon, Mr, Grcenough's grandfather.
The bride was tho widow of Hugo
Reisinger, a wonlthy art collector, of
New York, who died In 1914 In Germany
while on a visit. Her aon, Mr. Curt H.
Reisinger, married Miss Mary McKce
'hLUphter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mc
rfee of New York.
Mr. Grecnough Is the son of the late
Charles i. Greenough. Ha was gradu
ated from Yale In 19uii, and Is a member
of the Metropolitan, University, Now
York Yacht and Tuxedo clubs. He
served overseas for a year as a Major in
the A. B. F. Ha was wounded and re
ceived tho Croix de Guerre for bravery
In action.
Mrs. Warren Bride
of H. K. Coolidge
Ceremony Performed td Her
Home, 815 Park Avenue,
This City.
Mrs, Sarah Lane Warren waa mar
ried to Mr. Howard K. CooUdft of 60
West Forty-fifth street yesterday at
noon at her home, HI Park nvenue.
The Rev. O. P. Barnhlll of the Marble
Collegiate Church, performed the cere
mony. Mr. Coolidge. is a member of the So
ciety of Colonial Wars, the Order of
Foreign Wars and the New York
Yacht Club.
hovel Costumes Worn by Vlaltora
at White Sulphur.
fktySjaf to TUB HlIN AND NSW YoSK HSt
Whits SiiUMiun Braisos, W. Va.,
Aug. St. The masked ball at the Kutea
Mountain Club last evening was the
most enjoyable entertainment hero this
season. The house was trimmed with
mountain flowers and oak leavs and
dancing was In the banroom and on the
porch. Tho coatumea were elaborate.
Mlsa Annie Laurie Warraack waa an at
tractive gypsy, looking like Mlsa Geral
dlne Farrar In "Carmen" ; Mr. Henry 8.
Stearne, Jr., waa a Bohemian llko Ru
dolfo In "Im MsMsV1 hll Mr J-r-'lmpnon
Dean waa pi' tureauue. gon
dolier. Mr. Lawrence Lewis waa Don
Joiio and hla pretty wife was a French
peasant Mra. Will Lewis was a gypsy
und her husband a chef.
Miss Natalie Smith waa dressed as a
tabbtgt und was as luxuriant a vege
table as Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
i.. ii iim as a fanner ana farmerette
could wish to cultivate. Mr. Herbert
Dillon of Princeton looked so much like
a Chinaman hla friends were calling him
Chop Bucy. Miss Roberta U:vls repre
sented Night, although sh-i did not re
turn home until rtwanlng. Mlna Swim
I ie Ford represented a Rainbow and Mr.
Percy Srhcnck danced llko the sailor his
costume represented. Mrs. George
Wsmberllni was dressed ns a Daughter
of rhuroah, and Dr. John Freelnnd
looked all roudy to sing the prologim to
"I PaguaccL"
MONTE WATERBORY,
POLO EXPERT, DIES
DIED.
"ft
American Captation Interna
tional Series Suffered From
Heart Disease.
MGR. HENRY J. ZLMMER DEAD.
n t .
rnthollo ClersTynisn ItWIatM
Apoplrxy in Ills Homf.
The Right Rev. Mgr. Henry J. dim
mer, one of the foundera of Mary 1'ni
mamlato Hospital at Jamaica and chap
lain thero for ten years, died of apo
plexy yesterday In his residence, 1 Keii-Mwoi-th
place, Jamaica. He was 73
years old. Mgr. Zimmer was born In
Brooklyn and was ordained at Rome by
Cardinal Patrlal.
He was at one time assistant's! St.
Paul's Church, Brooklyn, and later at
St. Patrick's Cathedral. For eighteen
years he was pastor of St. Mary's Star
Of tho Sea Church at Far Rockaway.
He retired recently after his elevation to
monslgi : by the Pope.
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED.
CHARLES i. di:i ur.it.
Charles M. Decker, 70 years old, presi
dent of Charles M. Decker Hro., Inc.,
operators of a chain of grocery stores in
Northern New Jersey, died Inst night
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Charles M. Sears, 15 Pomeroy street,
.Madison, N. J. He waa operated upon
tour months ago in the Post Graduate
Hospital, New York.
Born at We.isburg, N. Y., Mr. Decker
at the alga of 14, entered the grocery
business In New York, and when 111
started In business for himself. Ho had
a rapid rise, opening one store after the
other until he probably hud the longest
chain of grocery atorea In New Jersey.
He was vice-president of the Grange
National Bank, director of the Savings
Investment nnd .Trust Company of Fast
Orange, nnd president of the Trust Com
pany of Orange. He owned one entire
business block tn Orange and a number
of large buildings In Essex and Union
counties. Six children survive him.
FntNc-H Lick Sphinos, Ind., Aug. II.-"
Jamea M Waterbury. Jr., famoua polu
I ,i , , n,i ,.,oiiin , r ttiA American
team whlvh went to F.ngland In 19H to
compi-ie for the International ''up, died
auddenly here to-day. He arrived at
tho Sprlnga yesterday, seeking improve
ment in his health. Ha had bean suf-
ferlng from heart disease for a year.
J James M. Waterbury, Jr., known to
, society and ths polo playing world ua
"Monte" Waterbury, waa 45 yoars old.
and caiflo from an old New York fam-
lly. For fiftoen years ho waa proml
! n r aa a polo player, he and hla
brother Lawrence becoming well known
by their appearance In a number of
Internationa matches.
"Monte" wnis considered on of the
nlllest polo players this country ever
produced. H had been out of the
. iim since 1914, when he was captain
ul the team which lost the International
Polo cup to ICngland. For a year he
had trouble with Ilia heart, brought on
by his strenuous caroor at polo.
As No. 3 on the team which took the
cup from England In 1909, Waterbury
flrat gained an International reputation
as a polo player. The cup had been in
Bngland for twenty-three yeara. Op the
team In 1909 were the Waterbury broth
era. Harry Payne Whitney and Dcer,
sank Mllhurn.
In 1911 England came over to try to
win back the cup, but Was defeated,
"Monte" Waterbury receiving a iRrge
share of the credit for America's vic
tory. England also was defeated In her
attempt to lift the cup In 1913. It was
In the last period of this match that
Capt Rltson of the English team acci
dentally struck Waterbury on the wrist
and forced him to retire. He never
played with his old brilliancy after that
accident, and In 1914 England took the
cup.
As a player Waterbury was noted for
hla horsemanship, his almost uncanny
ability to handle his mount attracting
much admiration. He was an exception
ally hnrd and accurate hitter.
"Monte" Waterbury was the son of
James M. Waterbury, who made a for
tune In the Cordage business. The elder
Waterbury has been retired for several
years and now Uvea on an eatate In
Westchester. There were eight Water
bury children.
Among tho clubs to which "Monte"
Waterbury belonged were the Meadow
Brook, Knickerbocker, the Brook, Rac
quet and Tennis, Country and Piping
Rock. When In this city he lived at 152
Madison nvenue.
JESSE C, GRANT.
.Tessa C. Grant, a deputy collector of
customs, for many years In charge of
Die. entry division nt the Custom House,
died Friday In his home, Oradell, N. J
The funeral will be held this afternoon
Mr. Grant entered the custom service in
1S88 and was appointed a Deputy Col
lector several years ago. His familiar
Ity with customs procedure led to Mb
appointment frequently to committees ol
the Treasury Department engaged In
making aurveys of customs methods. He
was born In Delaware county, New York
In 1861.
Mr. and Mrs. Charts L. Lum of
Chatham, N. J., announce tho encage
ment of their daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Ktrkpatrlck Lum, to Mr, Ervtn Thayer
Drake. Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Krvln
T. Drake of Franklin, N. H. Miss Lum
was graduated from a private school
in Summit, and Is now a Junior at Wet
lealey. Mr. Drake was gradu-ited from
Harvard In 1910 and soon at'.er went to
France and Joined the Harjea Ambu
lanco Corps; of which he became com
mandant In March, 1917. After the
armistlco he was transferred to the
Pare Service of the Tenth French army
and was sent into Germany. He re
ceived the French War Cross for
bravery, nnd subsequently became a
Captain In the A. E. F.
Announcement Is madn by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wormser of tho Belnord of
the engagement of their daughter. Miss
Ethel F. Wormser, to Mr. Ira Skutch of
Brooklyn, n graduate of Columbia nnd
the Columbia Law School, He served
as a Lieutenant of artillery in the A.
Hi. F.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Clinton Wills ti of
202 West Seventy-fourth street have
announced the en
daughter, Miss Natalli
Mr. Robert L. Jones of Portland, Ore.
Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Kolb of 4J3
West Forty-seventh street have sent
out Invitations for tho wedding next
Wednesday evening of their daughter,
Miss Louise Kolh, and Mr. Herbert G.
Horstmann In tho Evangellcr.n Grace
Church, 123 West Seventy-first street.
The maid of honor will be Miss Edith
Baker, and the bridesmaids Misses
Freda'Andrea, Florence Pape and Dora
Bovmann. Mlth Horstmann will bo
flower girl. The bridegroom, who Is a osiiOrc,y
aon of Mr. and Mrs. George n. norm- i loaji At Hudson Tubes, Md Now Tork
mann of Brooklyn, will have aa. his! August 25, about 11:30 A. M., black oid-
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of OeerRB U. St. George, dated Juno ,
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Friday. August 13, 1(120. If found retnrn to
GiN'ruo B. St. George, Itooni 817, Slnrrr
lliilldlng, Nw York city.
LOST Friday, Augunt gth package-rlTt
georgette, navy, bimpie nnd brown: backa
and fronts for waists; liberal reward, Tele-
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finder please return railroad pa.m hr
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city?
uirm,.m nt iholr LOST TM travelling bag, Friday avttlins.
engagement of their , Au(fu , Hll(,,on TsrrnlnB, r Wht
atalie Hall Wlllets, to ,ui,a train; liberal runard. G. L. WRIGHT.
ISa r rem m.. niw iom. rnCTM John 171ft.
J2.1 reward for smull blsck hand bag con
talnlng copies of patents, orders, . u , ,
of tubes and other rubtmr articles Ifft n
taxi or taken from Hotel l'eiindyli-au'A about
0 P. M. Friday. .Inly SO, 1II3U; no questions
asked. CIGOI, RUBBER CO.. 5232 German,
town av., Philadelphia, Pa,
Jewelry.
LOST Diamond pin, platinum setting, with
largo green stone In centre, Aug. 19.
boardwalk from Ocean Grove to Asbury
Park; liberal reward. Phone Pronpect S4TK
and communicate ARCHIBALD, Sunset
BIRTHS.
BARNBTT. Mr. and Mra. Charlns Barnett
(nee Carolyn Conn) of Nowton, Ma.,
announca the birth of a sua August 25,
1020.
TOPLtTZ.-Mr. and Mrs. H.nry A. (nee
Mildred Hart), announce the birth of a
on. Atigui-t 27, 1020, at Lloyds Han!
tarlum.
Miss Amy Owen Bradley was married
to Mr. Philip Hales Suter tn St.
Michael's Episcopal Church, Boston,
yesterday. The bride Is the daughter
of Mr. Richard M. Bradley, of Boston.
The bridegroom was graduated from
Harvard In 1912. He Is the son of the
Rer. John W. Suter, D. D.
beet men Mr. Edmund Kolb, Jr., and
Mr. Honry Horstmann. waiter r-ape
and Mr. Fred Dlnkel will be ushers.
97 IN TOSCANLNI ORCHESTRA.
Mnalclnn o Sail December 8 for
American Tonr.
Bptclal to Ths Bvn ifro Nsw Toss: Hesald.
PtTTSlTCl.rj, Mass., Aug. 28. Mrs.
Frederick S. Coolidge, founder of the
Berkshire festivals, and Interested In the
forthcomlnB- tour In America of Arturo
and Mrs. James W. Bpence. of J,n, . fh. hpttrt of t. Koala Or-
rtone bag, containing gold wattfi and chain
and other valuables. Liberal reward and no
questions asked If returned to W. E. CARD
WELL. reom 1247, 120 Broadway.
LOST Gold clgaretto case, monogram "F.
W. M.." Long Island train arriving Nw
Tork Thursday evening, 11 o'clock. Return
to r, W. MUNDY. (11 Broadway. No ques
tions asked. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
LOST. Circular gold brooch pin, .f Wth
diamonds, between Knickerbocker Theutre
and Larchmont; liberal reward. Til. Lsrchi
tnont 218, or write ISBISTKR, HOT Larch -mont,
N. jf,
latlnuia wedding ring, Initials G. R.
I-OST Platlm
H. and J. M. N.. Oct. 10-17. Liberal re
ward return ring or pawn ticket, HURKE
MS Riverside, prive. t-none lino It! ,-i m),!.-
Mr, and Mrs. James W. BDence. of!... .- , . T . o i. n- ixwr Between Broadway, 20Th t". "and -nto
Rockland, Mass., announce the engage- ioscan,m al u" "CBU " I st. and 8th ay .. green gold flexible brae.
ment iTthelr daughter, Miss Angelelne 1 chestra of Mllan' haa been ,n,ormed x square ' 13 B""
Spence, to Harold E. Fltsglbbona. ' cable that the organization of ninety- ZT-Z:l. VMi a.
Spence is a graduate of Hvrn ...... i..ii. u i.nm,,iet m.i -in snii ',ii.,,n,i Mnndav. between rnth'.nrf niu.
ENGAGED.
BROOKS MENkS. Mr. and Mrs. A, Omsk
of 1370 4lli st., Borough l'nrk, Brooklyn,
announce the engagement of their sister,
Minnie. (Minerva) atenke, of .no West
158th st.. New York city, to Mr. Joseph
Brooks.
RROOKS-WBIL. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Well
of tllli West lfiOth St., announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Lucile Emily,
to Mr. Herman L. Brooks, son of Mra.
Badle Brooks of 150 West lOtlth at. Re
ception later.
BL'TLliH REIS. Mr. Sol Rels announces
the engagement of his- daughter, Allele,
to Mr. Louis Butler,
GRAYSON-FINNETT.-Mr. and Mrs. Albert
D. Flnoett of 8768 24th av., Brooklyn,
announce tho engagement of their daugh
ter. Madeleine Alberta Lincoln, and grand
daughter of th late. Kelt Alfred Leu of
tho Cold Stream Guards, to Mr. Robert
Daniel Joseph Grayson of Racine, yj I ,
formerly of the I'nltcd States Ktvy,
GROSS - WIMSBERG. -Mr. and Mra. II.
Wclsberg, 651 West 181st St., New York
city, announce the engagement of their
daughter. Jennie, to Barnard Grosa.
LOEWENTI1AL GOLDSTEIN. Mr. and
Mrs. William Goldstein, 890 Aldus at.,
Bronx, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jeannette, to lavhl Loewcn
thai on Wednesday, August 25.
MOORE KRAUSS. Mrs. K. Krauss of 1317
Franklin, Bronx, wishes to announce the
engagement of her daughter Bthel A. to
Mr. Wlllard D. Moon of Itilladelphla.
MORGENKTLRX MIXER Mr. and Mrs,
Lnuti Mln.-r of 273 5th av.. Brooklyn,
announce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Bylvia, to Mr. Abraham MurgeiLstrn.
MOSH ROSENBERG. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Kosei 1 . 512 West 102d st., announce
the betrothal of their daughter, Minnie
G., to Morris A. Moss, 740 Jackson av ,
Bronx.
NICHOLS SCHWARTZBERGWMr. and Mrs.
Henry Nichols, 2332 AquedUot av., wish
to announce the engagement of thatr
daughter. Sidney, to Mr. Leon Bchwarts
berg of Mount Vernon, N. T.
3LOBOD1EN JONKLER. - Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Jonkler, Perth Amboy, N. J., an
nounce the engagement of their daughter
Blanche to Mr. Jacob Slobodlen, son of
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Slobodlen, Forth
Amboy. N. J: Reception. August 2D, 3 to
t; o'clock, at 170 Brighton av.. Forth Am
boy, N. J. No cards
WEOKSTEIN MARKEL. -Mr. and Mra.
Louis Market of 024 West End liv. in
nounco tho engagement of their daughter
Tharoae to Mr. Samuel II. Weckstaln. St.
Louis papers please copy.
WRINTRAFB II RENDER. Mr. and Mra. N.
Brender of (I4IS West End av., announce
the engagement of their daughter, Dolly,
to Aba II. Welntraub.
Mlas Spenoe is
Mawr and Mr. Fltrgibbons waa sraiii,-
ated from Harvard.
BED CROSS WORKER SAILS.
PAsM, Aim. 2S. LleuL-Col. Ernest P.
BioknelL who recently reslimed
Deputy Commlsloner In StaroDP. for th. I ZZT'L
wa .iunn, naneii lo-aay With
his family for Washington, where he
plana to reside.
He Is the last to leave France of the
original group of seventeen business i . .J, .., . .1
from Naples December 8 by tho steamer I tnrn Movet'te Office. 5 'Columbus Olrela.
President Wilson. It is likely that Slgnor iiTampie Pfi. D'n- dlamondcTni
Anrelo BcandlanL the newly appointed1 vicinity 34th at. and 5th av.. Augost 28;
director of La Scain Theatre, will ac- raware, rTwj"?
-.! ,v v..... ! I.OST-Rlverslde lark.
compiiiiy mo orciiroiin uit mo wi
America, which will start the end of
December and last until the middle of
"LOST Riverside l-ara, aoout looth St.,
hors'-snoe em. ""me iear ,
Mrs S. W. HOWARD 86 W. 59th. Reward.
300 REWARD
JUr. Robert Underwood Johnson, the .rJj'S. in. Auiost 21. htsJ7iu
American Ambassador to Rome, in ac. tooth sts. I. H. B. H. WEINBERG,
cepting the honorary memnei-smip In the , C(W Bth av
1 committee backing the venture said ho
men who arrived In the soring of 19f7 1 com", lmn" L nou,7 , ., ,
n h.Hn rni...in- 3t-kS ... .tl ; contribute to the good relations of Italy
Z!!1JZ ! Xme! 1 fSWP SVXSSSl Hotelt
home formerly was In Chicago,
Wearing Apparel.
LOST Thursday afternoon In tAl between
room 027. for reward.
A small street entrance leads to great stores each the size
of a city block square 70 years progressive development.
i
'treet Entrance
toTJast Stores
MADISON AVE f 4 7th
Madame ANDREE
who has hist returned from
Paris, will exhibit her fall
models in millinery, gowns,
etCn
AT THE
HOTEL PLAZA
Monday. 30th, and
Tuesday, 31st, iost.
Temoertrj Headquarter!
40 W. 54th, City
..J ...1,1, Jim rnr,,l nt Mnr Vn.lr I room SSI
and Cgo Aro. formerly of the Flonialey I VdiTon av" and 48th st to see eth ,v
'Oimrtet. Resides others Interested are i . . ...... m neckpiece. Liberal raw.r.i
Mr. Otto H. Kahn, Mr. Harry Harkness
'Flagler, Mrs, Benjamin Miller, Mr.
I George Jay Qonld. Mr. George F. Baker,
Jr. ; Mrs. William u. uioane, jura Henry
Payne Whttfiey, Mr. Moreau Delano and
Mr. Llonello Perera.
In the White Monntalns.
Mr. and Mra Henry A, B. Lair of
' Chicago, and a party of sixteen motored
I from the Waumbek and Jefferson for
dinner at the Mt- Washington Hotel.
Bretton Woods.
Mr. Walter A. Klnsella, open squash
! tennla champion and court tennis cham
: plon, has arrived at the Mt Washing
ton from New xoric Mr. and Mra i
' Charles G. Gannon of Philadelphia and !
! Mr. and Mra Julian P. Fulrcbild of j
Glen Cove, L. L, also are there.
Mra M. F. Mason Manbelm nnd Mlsa
! Madeline Mason Manhcim of New York,
who have been at the Profile House
since July, will go to the Mt Wash-',
Ington Hotel late In September for a
short stay and then to the Balsams,
. Dlxvllle Notch.
i nr foul r.ffc su
U A Hi N SI U ' -
rTSr Sable neckpiece, two skins, evening
of August IS, on Merrlok road, at Twin
Ponds. In automobile accident. Reward 1100,
nojooaej lonI'bone Columbua S4(W.
rrJFWednesday, mink scarf Wood.tock
tt'nte'l or taxi to Erie R. R., Chambera at.
Liberal reward. O'RRIEN. 0 Ea.t SDth at.
Cats and Iogs.
r OST Tellew Pomeranian dog, antwara to
nam of Blarney; big reward for ita re
7 West djU
NOTICES OF:
Births Deathi
-grjgapementa Meraonali
Marriages Confirmations
Annulments Lodges
mav be telephoned for publica
tion in THE SUN AND NEW
YORK HERALD any time up to
midnight for the next day's is.
-a tl TMA MAMA
sue. riuroy ovuv.
MARRIED.
BEHHF,-;nATBIl.L. On Friday, Aug. 2T,
1M0, at Spokane, Wash., Vernlre, daugh
ter of Mr, and Mrs. Herman B. Gray bill
of that city to C. Edward Dehre of
Moscow. Idaho, son of Mrs. A, Frederick
Bohre of Now York city.
BLUMENTHAL FRANK. On Thursday.
Augut 2(1, 1920. Hazel Oberfelder Frank
of 1 leaver to Ralph Blumentnal ot New
York.
CONSTANT STOERCEIt. MtJ. Johanna
Stoerger of 621 Weil 1.10th at.. New York
city, announces the marriage of her daugti
let Ruth to Mr. Mao Constant, on Auguat
It), 1D20.
COOIJPGE WARREN.-Auguat 28, 1920, at
sir, Tark av., by tho Rav. O. P. Barnhlll,
Earah Lane Warren to Howard Kisg
Coolidge.
FOHSTKH-F1SII. At (Rocklatrn) Oarrlson
on Snturday. Auguat 28, by the Rev. Wal
ter Thompson, p. D., Helena Livingston,
daughter ot Hamilton Flah, to Henry
Forster.
LOOKEIl-PIIAFFER. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wayne Bruna of Naw York announce the
marriage ot their daughter, Edna Bruna
Shaffer, to Edward Congdon Looker, at
the Marble Collegiate Church, on Satur
day, Auguat 28.
llllArN.-n Auguat 2T, ln. Charles A
Rraun, beloved husband of Catherine
Braun (no Wurphyi, member of (leorsn
VtaabtngVm Lodge, No. ."',, p, ,t 1.
M. ; Ann rliut iliapter, No. X13. K. A. tnt
ork (.'oininandery Aft: Meera TemajJ
A. A. O. N. U. M. and Uchwellter Vereln,
Maeuulc funeral Mrtlrva will be held In the
rand lodge rooms, dth av. and 2Sd at., u r
tiiaday evening, Auguet 21), at H f, a '
Iaiully vliiun will be held at his lata
resldeno. 200 Weal OSth it., on Monday (
1 r. M. Rrotlnre, eompanlnne anil
ten will attend wt tiuuday evening.
HIIAI'N (Iharlea K. Maeonlr eeniro In f,
Ornnd lidge room, Mnitnnli' Temple, 46
Went 2iih nt., Hunday vvnilna. Auk P,
h o'rlot-k. Mi'tuhi-'r. of ( o-oigi. M'aMhltigton
l.n.lno, 2A. K. A A. M . Amrrlcua CJiagr
ter, 216, It. A. M and York Commenderv,
.'"i, K. T., ai-a rciuented In attend. HIV
Knights In full Templar uniform. . rftr
UOHl.-At gt. Paul, Minn. August 21,
ll'IIO, Jamea Frederick Croae, Kuneral,
servlcea 111 ha held at M. lute teatdani "
I'.'l Houth Munn av., Kant Oraage, N. J,,,.
Monday evening, Auguat .10, at M o'clock.
I'ALEV. -Charlotte F.. nt Tompklneillli'.
H. I , on Friday, Atgjt. 2T lineral er,
ileea i private) at 248 Illchninud Turnpike,.
H. I., Hunday at 2 1'. M.
l'AI.Y Tliomas, nallva of Cork. lreland,a.
Auguat tl, at Ida Nate i -la.-n- . ML
Aniaterdatu: beloved husband uf Nellie
Italy tnoe Feerlrk). Interment Cavalo'. I'll
HECKKR.-At Madleon. N. J., Aug. 28. 120).'':
Charles M. LMeker. Funeral aiirvlrae lll
be held at the home of bis daughter, V..
t'harlea M. gears, 1ft Pomaroy sv .. Marti
un, N. J., on Monday, Aug. 30, at i fkl
V. M. (daylight saving time), on arrival
of Lackawanna R, it train leaving Ho
boken 12:03 I'. M. lEaatern atuudard'
time). Intermont at Rosedalo Citnet e,
Orange, N. J., at 4:30 1. M.
DOTY. Mra. AgOes (nee Croaby). ?..
August 27, 1920. Funeral will be held .
Ttinaday, Auguet .11, 10 A. M. , rrom nat .
late residence, 1704 Webster av., Ilrons
High requiem mass to ba said at the
Church of Our Lady of Victory.
FEIJOWfl.-Kdward Percy, aon of the late-
Bdward C. Fellowa and Candaee Lontaer
..Mien, auddenly at Roy, BrltUh Columbia,
In his tSth year.
'IN 1 1 LAY.-Marlon, wife of the latu Wllti
lam Ftndlay, In her 87tu year, on Aug,
28. Notice of funeral b-reafter.
HlIirER. On Friday morning. Aug. 27, 102b.
Otto Loula, tha beloved aon of Hsttle U,a
Huhur (nee Uosaert) and the lata Max
Huber, In his 18th year. Funeral aetvlr
at hla lata raatdenco, Clinton av.. Bay
Hhore, L. I., on Sunday, Aug. 29. at I
V. M. Interment at convenience ot tast
ily In Evergreen Cemetery.
KARR.-Ou Friday. August 27, 1B20, at 211
Westflrld av., Elizabeth N. J., Sarah J.w
beloved widow of Frank V. Karr. Ser
vice at her late home Monday evening,
August 30, st 8 o'clock. Interment Tues
day morning Evergreen Cemetery.
rlfj
LARIIEll. At Hancock Point, Me., Auguet
27, 1920. Maty (HUeapla Lasher, wife of
Alfred r Lasher. Interment Saugertlas,1
N. y. '-am
UcOI.UBK.-Lola Frlnk McClure. wife of
Edward a. McCluru. IS Tecumaeh av.;
Mount Vernon, N. Y., on tha morning of
Auguet 28.
McUOVERN. Etntna Newman, widow of
.lohn nnd beloved mother of Charles
II. and John T. McGnvern, on Aug. 28,
1920. Funeral service. Monday evening,
Aug. 30, at 8 o'clock, at funeral chapel
ot Frederick Rlker, 7th av. and Carroll
at., Brooklyn, interment private.
ROSF.Ni 'HANTSS. Aftter a abort illness, orl'
Auguat 28, 1020, John J. Roiencranta. of
("ranford, N. J.. In the 72d year of Ma
age. Services at the homo ot hla aon,
Wlllard C. Kotencrants, 211 Walnut av.,
(.'ranford, N, J,, Monday, Auguet 80, at
2:110 T. M. Paughkcepsle (N. Y.) papers
please copy.
SCHIFF-Rosa. Friday, aged 60, after a
lingering Illness, beloved wife of AdolpB
and mother of Morris Edward, Jennie,
Ottilia, Harry and Mrs. Badle lea4r.
Funeral servlcea at hor late residence,
10,413 121st st., Richmond Hill, L. I.
Sunday. 2 P. M. .
Cliananlah Lodge, No. 165, I. O. B. B.
i !ff leers and membera are requested tn at
tend tha funeral of Mrs. Rosa Bhlff, wife
ot Brother Adolph Shift. n Sunday, at S'
r. M . nt Slalmonldea Ceriietery. Adolph
Weiss, Prealdent. Joseph Kraua, Secretary. ,
3CHMU(K -On Auaust 28. 1920, Katharine
Schmuck, dearly beloved mother of Peter,
Minnie and Carrie Schmuck. Funeral frbra
her late residence, 2281 Mott av., Far
ltoeSaway. on Tueaday, August SlM"
10 A. M. Requiem niasa St. Mary Star
of the Sou t"httrch 10:30 A. M.
SMITH. -On August 27, Anna Loretta. wide
of William A. Smith and daughter of the.
late Samuel and Mary C. Hopper. Fu
neral from the residence of her son, Sam
uel Hopper Smith, 42 Waller av.. White'
Plains, N. To on Sunday. August 29. at
8:30 P. M.
SOFLIER. At Rumson, on Auguat 27, Mra.
Jennie A., wife of Henry P. Soulier and
mother of Charles E. Canded, Funeral
at late residence. Runison road, Monday,
August 80, at 4:30 P. M. (Naw Jo'k
time). Final aervlce Tueaday. Auguat Jl,
at 11 P. M., at New York and New Jersey
Mausoleum. Hudson Boulevard, Wee
imuken, N. J. Syracuee papera pleas
copy. TIOHKNOR.-On Aug. 27, Eugene RockjeT
well, aged 01 jearx, beloved husband ft
Julia Evans. Funeral services will ba
held at hla late home, 84 Si'henck at., -Brooklyn,
on Sunday, Aug. 2, at 4;0
Y. M. Interment Monday. Aug. 80.. at
Westhampton, L. I.
TOBRY Mra. Blnnche Waterman Tobay,
wife of the lata George O. Tobey. at.
Wareham, Mass., at the Tobey homestead,
the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A Vine
Tobey Jonee, on Auguat 28, at 1:4S P.M.
Funeral services at 2 o'clock on Sunday,
August 20. at the Tobey homestead.
WATBBBURV.-J. M.. Jr., suddenly, al
French Lick, Ind., August 28. Notice uf
t moral hereafter.
Wll.KIN. On Friday. August 27. Andrew
Wl'.kln. Services at the Baptist Home,
lit! East 08th, Monday, 2 Y. M.
W1NFIBLD On Thursday. Auguat 26, 1020,
at Manchester, Me., George Francis Wln
fleld. belovod husband of Maud O. Win-'
field. Servlcea will be held at August
Elckelberg a Parlors. 884 8th av., (near
06th st.), Naw York city, on Monday,
' August 30, at 3 P. M.
ZIMMER. Suddenly on August 28 at Ms,
residence, I Kenllworth place, Jamaica, N.j
y the Very Rev. Mgr. Henry J. Zimmer..
ase 73. Funeral from St. Mary's Roman
Catholic Church, Jamaica, N. T., on Tuaa
4W. August 31, 1920. at 10 A. M. Divine
office at 0:30 A. M. , Reverend clergy,,
relattvee aqd frlenda Invited to attend.1.
Maaaea requested. Interment at 8t.
John'a Cemetery. Middle Village. L. LJ
Please omit flowers. Automobile cortege.;
DIED.
Rail, Marcua A.
Rr&un, Charles F.
Cross, James F.
Daley, Charlotte F.
Daly, Thomas
Decker, Charles M.
Doty, Agnes
Fellows, Edward P.
Flndlay. Marion
Huber, Otto L.
Karr, Sarah J.
I.ashir Mary O.
McC ture. Lola F.
McGovem, Emma N
lloeencrants, W. C.
C'Mtt. Rosa
Schmuok, Katharlna
Smith, Anna L.
Soulier, Jennie A.
Tlchcnor, Eusene R.
Tobey Blanche W.
Waterbury. J. M., Jr.
Wilkin. Andrew
Wlnfleld, George F.
Zimmer. Henry J.
J
In Mrmorlam.
Froman. Jacob Plnkua. Irvlnf J.
Hebron, Mrs. Jamea Wernar, Maurice
Kahn, Adolph
BALL At Birmingham, England, on July
.11, Marcua A. Ball, beloved hual.and ot
Lizzie L. Ball. Funeral services a Hul
berg's Parlors, 20.1 West 12.1th -t., on
Sunday, Aug. 29, at 2 P. M. NoMea) of
Mecca Temple, members of Harlem Lodge.
No. 4.17. i''. and A. M . and membera of
the laifendani Aaaoclatlnn, Twunty-sceond
Heglment Veterans, N. G. N. Y., ar In
vited to attena. . i
IN MEMORIAM.
FROMAN. Tn sad and loving memory of mf j
dear and beloved husband, Jacob Froman,'
who peeaed away Auguat 25 .1015. AM
aent but never to be forgotten. Wife,
Julia.
HEBRON. In loving remembrance of Mrs.,
i ,, Hehron. nasaed away Aug. 28. 1018.,
KAHN In sad and loving memory of myj
DeiOVea iiu.imo" ."u .........
who died August 29. 1920.
PINKD8 In loving memory of our devoted;
son and brother, Lieut. Irving .1 Plnkua,!
V 8 M. O. It. C, killed In France AO-,
gust 30. 1918. To live In the heerte of
BSmmm v.,11 lliVS IS OOt tO die.
PTNKT7S It loving memory of our frlendj
and eomnnni -,i.i .
rinkua, killed In action August 30, IvIbV
tievnt.dlv. The Unity Boys.
wi'liNUR In memory of Maurice Warner,
" . . . ,aou BmmMM i In nrtce.
rlleil AUS'lei i.m,.,. . ... ,
To live tn the heerte we leave behind la'
not to die.
UNVEILINGS.
BOS8AK.-Relatlve and treaada are Invtteg
to attend servlcea at the unveiling of mon-'
ument In monicry of Louts Boaaak. beloved!
hishauid and brother, deceased, at Bnystda
Cemetery United Hands Grounds, on Sun-.
oiyVBeptember 0. 1820. al 11 A. M., rain
or shine.
nROVBEROER NaUian. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend the unveiling
ceremony of the monument of our MM
son. Nathan Bromberger. Sunday. Aug. .'9.
at 3 P. M., Bayslda Cemetery.
witKBNER. Unveiling of tho monument Iri
MiwieBi". iui..,A wlfa and our dej
memory v-; i
mOUHT, efTiHtsw ("'i
CBtl7. Cypr Hllli. Sunday,
r .1 i r. M.
Bail, v.
t TtnFTKIN Th unveilln of tht momw
LUXIbinie Ks.lnve.rf f,;irf!i'..
STx Lub . knand TlleShef MlrUm 'Lube,:
vin will 1 take place at Union Fields Ceni
.'ery on Sunday. August 2. at 3 P. M j
voted
Hope
Sept.
PFFIFFEU.-Samuel. Tna unveiung ot tna
monument erected to the memory of Sam.
1 Pfelffer will lake place on Sunday,
September ft. 1920, at 2 P. M. In the 39
etery grounds of tha Kaliacher Benertt
Society, Bdyelde, L. L
nnPFNTHAL Unveiling of tha monument
erected to the loving memory of my hev.
loved husband and our dear father, Daniel
Hosentbal, will take place Sunday, 8ep
iember 3 V. M.. Mount Zlon Cemetery. I
HELICMAN Unveiling of the monument Is
memory of my beloved wife and our de
Toted mother; Tlllla Sellgmen. at Vnled
Fields Cemetery. Sunday. September !i
11I2U al 3 P- M. Relatives, friends an!
members ot Congregation Kodepti ShoUai
Invited.

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