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THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1920.
18 200 Attend Dance at Vincent Astor's Home in Newport i JUrjje Dinner Party Precedes First Entertainment of Sea son at Beachwood. f, 16 Thi 4ND N"w ToaE Hmiu. XtwnUT, It I., Sept. 4. Beachwood, he villa of Mr. end Mrs. Vincent Astor, Iran the seen thl evening of the first entertainment of the yenr by Mr. anc? Mrs. Astor, who gave a dance for more thin 200 of the younger set There were thirty guest for ennner preceding the damn. The Italian Ambassador, garon Romano Avezzena, and tho Baroness Romana also gave a dinner at the Morrell Cottage In Shepherd avenue and Joined the party later at Beach fcofd. Lieut Wilson D. Domer, U. S. N.. won the prU last evening for the most effective costume of men at the Art Association artists' ball. He cam as a "wild man." Mr. Arthur Curtlss James was the Shah of I'ersta and Mrs. James was re splendent as a fair godmother and car ried a wand with a real light which she flushed by pressing a button. Miss jill. i Rroyton of Fall River won the prize for women as uie laciy rrom uun bury Cioss. Aquatic sports were again In vogue at pulley's Beach to-day when for the first time In several years adults comretei In swimming races at 100 yards. The runs fur this event were offered by Cant lfn-d Johnston and the winners were Mls Emily Plerson, first; Mrs. Dan W. Joneii second, and Miss Marian Wlrlt". third. Following the big event there were faces for children under 11 for a cup given by Mr. J. Francis A. (Mark, ana this was won by Mlllcent Hammond, diughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ogden II Hammond ; Winifred Locw, second, and jlsry Ames, third. Admiral ('hnrles K. Plunkett and the members of his staff commanding the destroyer and submarine flotilla of the Atlantic fleet entrr'alned on hoard the flagship Rochester this evening with a reception and dance. Luncheon for Mr. C. 9. Farnam. TV Women' Committee of One Hun dred of the Serbian Child Welfare Asso ciation will give a lunc'.evm Tuesday at pelmon'.co's for Mrs. Charles S. Farnam. airs. Minturn Plnchot will preside. Mrs. Farnam, an American, served with the Serbian army and received a citation and a commission as sergeant. Suffolk Hunt Meet at Breese Cottage in Southampton Members and Guests Ar En- t tertainod at the Orchard at Tea, RUMANIAN OFFICER MARRIES MISS NORRIS AT NARRAGANSETT Mnalcnle at Mr. W. O. Haiard'. Recitals for violin and piano by Mr. and Mrs. David Mannes will be given In Meadow Hull, the country home of Ir. ami Mr. William Ayrault Hazard. In Cedarhurst, Thursday forenoon, at II o'clock, and the afternoon of Sep tember 10 at 3 O'clock. The recitals jiive been arranged by Mrs. Frederick Rhinelander Brown, daughter of Mr. an I Mrs. Hazard. Special to Till 8dm am Nsw Tosk Ussai-D. Southampton, N. T Sept. 4. Always attractive, the Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. j Jamou Lv Breeso's estate, was madu mors so this afternoon by the n there of tho Suffolk Hunt, held on the lawn. The ! hunter? In pink coats, with the Colonial 1 house and flue old trroa In the back- l ground, made an engaging picture. Be foro the start Mr. and Mrs. Brtoso en- l rtalnod the members and soma of their friends at ten on 'the lawn. Mr. Richard Newton, Jr., wae master of the hunt, and among tlioso rUg were Miss Mary Hoyt Wlborg and hr guest, Lady Honor Ward Benjamin NTcoll, Miss Harriet B. Pratt, Messrs. Herbert L. Pratt, Jr.; Sidney W. Fish, Francis Newton. Colles Cos. 8. J. Btlch, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Hess, Miss Newbold nnd Mr. . John Pell. The run was toward Shlnne-; cock and the finish was at the Eduawood farm. Among others at the tea, most of j whom followed tho mint In motors, were Mrs. Henry E. Coe, Sir Arthur and Lady I Pease. Messrs. James O, Parrlah, I . Forest Uiojit. Madison Grant, Norman Hndcrson, Mrs. William A Burton, Mr. anl Mrs. Frederick A. Snow, Mr. Thorn;'..-! B. riark, Mr. and Mrs. William j H. Hirst. Mrs. William Lowe Rice, Mr. Philip Rhinelander, who l her guest j COL Robert M. Thompson, Count Ed- I Ward Zlohy, Miss Elaine Sullivan, Miss I Juliana Cutting, Miss Zella do Mllhnu, Mr. y fusion Fox, .Mrs. Stuart Duncan rreston, Mr. James cummings uarr, Mrs. James T. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. ilenry F. dtiPont, Mr. Francis H. Mar hoe, Miss Eleanor LerCJf Lawrence, Mr. and Jlrs. H. O, Chntfleld-Taylor, Mrs. Francis Newton and Miss Virginia Rice' Visitors for the holiday Include Mr. William Rhinelander Stewart, who Is w'th his dauthter. Princess do Brn gnnza; Mr. De T6rcst Clrant nnd his brother, Mr. Madison (Jrant, are at the Meadow Club. .Mis. Jambs U. K. Law rence and Miss Eleanor Le Roy Tjv rence are at tho Irving Rouaa, Mr. and Mrs Stewart Waller and Mr. Henry R, Sedgwick are with Mrs. Robert Waller. Mr. Charles B, Alexander arrived to dly and Joined Mrs. Alexander at the home of tlielr daughter, Mrs. Wlnthrop W. Aldrlch. In Water Mill. Mr. Charles Harden Is with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. Patterson, who gave a dinner for him to-night. There was the usual large gathering at tho Meadow Club to-night for the weekly dance. O-.c of the dinners thero was given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Dana, whose guests were Mr. and Mrs William A. Bars tOW, Mr. and Mrs. Chan n'.nir. Wiley, Mrs. Irwin A Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hasklns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard C. Dickinson,' Mrs. Clendenln Ryan, Mr. and Mra. A W. 8 Cochrane, Mr. Alex ander D. B. Pratt -and Mr. and Mrs. Lewie G. Morris. I PERSONAL rNTELXldlNCE. Kw York. Mln TVrmthT Orlrrs. only daughter Mr ana Mr. Maitiand iruiier Qrigg Servlcee for New York Woman Ol 10 ocveiiiium "... married to Mr. Franola King Murray, on of Prof, and Mrs. A. I. Murray of Palo Alto, Cal., on Saturday, Septambar II, at Irvtngton. A recaption will fol low at Barberries, the country home of the bride's parent. MRS. BARTLETT DIES IN COLORADO HOTEL To Be Held To4)ay. 1V i L &55r3 Bachrach photo. Mrs. Raoul Alevra. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred E. Norrls's Daughter is Lieutenant Alevra's Bride. IMPORTERS 9 f DESIGNERS f j MILLINERS IMPORTERS DESIGNERS MILLINERS DRESSMAKERS importers sir AUTUMM EASHI9NS 4V A?E MO' DEIS v sr MM ' WW Sseeial (o Tin Ben ktm Nsw Toss: Uauuo- Naiuuqanhett Pjss, Sept. 4. Mlse Dorothy Norrls, daughter Of Mr. and Mra Alfred E. Norrla of New Tork and Philadelphia, was married to Lieut Raoul Alevra of Uucbarest Rumania, at the Lodge, the Norrls villa on the Cliffs here to-day, It was, as the bride ex pressed It, a "simple country wedding." With no formal Invitations Issued, but a good slxed ctfn pany of Newport, Fhlla. dc'phla, Washington and New Tork fncuda attended the ceremony and the danca that followed. From New Tork alone about a score of guests came and were quartered at the Imperial and Ma sasolt hotels. Tho ceremony waa performed on the veranda facing tho ocean In a bower of bl is hydrangeas and pink dahlias ..fc-Uiikt masse of palms. The bride was o'tenaci only ny ner ratner. wno pave her in marriage. The Rev. W. H. H. Allen, rector of the Church or Bt. Pi tar's by tl.o Sea, officiated. The heat man waa Mr. Jan Zwiffel of Bucharest The "Lohengrin" wedding march was Dlaved bv the Carfno orchestra. The bride wore a gown wmcn an brought from China early In the summer of white Chinese brocade ornamented with old family point lace and with train ornamented with point laee and ...V -1 wftli noarla. Kef tulle veil was held In plaoa with a Chinese head dress of pearls, and ahe carried a carved Ivory fan, also brought from China, the handle tied with orange blossoms and white ribbon. Her slip. ivrs, aleo from the Orient, were lasn loned of small white featheri with carv.d Ivory heels. Lieut and Mrs. Alevra will leave New York September by the France on their way to Rumania. Lieut Alevra will continue In the dlplomatlo service of his country, but doe not know his next assignment Among those who motored from New port for the wedding were Misses Natjala, Roberta and Dorothy Wlllard, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bona parte, Mrs. Paola Flnocoharlo, Mis Marlon Tiffany, Miss Evelyn Bmlth, Mrs. Warren Demarest and Miss Char lotte Demarest. From Narragansett were present MR and Mrs. Edward A Mitchell of Waah ington. D. C. and Mrs. J. P. Almy. Misses Dercumvof New York, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Ieldv, Mr. and Mr. John C. Norrls, Miss Lisa Norrls, Mr. and Mrs. U' chard Nonas, Miss Mary Norrls Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chew. Mr. and TAILKi SUITS- BLySEi AMI FIFTH AVE. AT 46th STREET WA Brilliant Wedding for Miss Clarke Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Clarke Now Bride of G. C. T. Eemington. eysetal to Tbs Sow m rrsw Tosk Mnuux. Lsxox, Mass., Sept . Miss Beatrice Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thorns- Shields Clarke, was married at Trinity Episcopal Church this after noon to Mr. George Clifford Thomas Remington of Philadelphia and Chicago. It was a brilliant naval wedding, with the bridegroom, his best man and ushers In uniform, while the church was filled with guests prominent In the social life of New Tork. Philadelphia and the Berkahlres. The altar was covered with an altar cloth of Spanish lace mounted on gold colored satin, dating back to 1500. The rello is now the eroperty of Mrs. George C. Tbomaa of Philadelphia, grandmother of the bridegroom, who loaned It for the ccaeton. The bride- gown was of whit satin with chiffon tunlo embroidered with pearls and silver thread. The long court train Of satin was shirred with satin ribbon and decorated with clusters of arena blossoms, 'ne oarrled a large bouquet of white orchids and lilies of the valley. The bride's sister, Miss Alma Clark, wa her maid of honor Little Agnes McCrea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamss A. McCrea of New York, was flower girl, and Master Leonard M Thomas. Jr.. of Philadelphia aoted as oa-e. He wore a white sailor suit The Rev. Latta Grlawold. rector of Trinity Church, was assisted In the slna-la ring service by Capt Frank Thompson, senior chaplain. United States navy, who was in the uniform of his rank. Mr. Remingtons nest man was Mr. Thomas Coldecott Chubb of Orange. N. J.. and the ushers were Mr. Warren Sturgla McCulloch of Orange, Mr. Frank Btrnard Stubbs. Mr. Thomas Hall Wagner, Jr.. of St Louis, Mr Qeorge Dexter Bradford of New York and Lenox. Mr. George Armlstead of Philadelphia and Mr. Charles J. Clarke the bride's brother. Mr. Bradford and Mr. Clarke wore army uniforms; the other usher were In uniforms of the navy. The bridegroom and most of his attendants are Yale men. Th Mnmnfrr was folhrwed bv a re- Mrs. William T. Wright Mr. and Mr, j ptjon B0- de, ur, Clarke', studio at Fernbreok, his estate wmcn extemu Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Tower, who have been at RaoUette Lake, N. T since I their return from their wedding trip, I have gone to the country house of Mr. land Mr. Harry Payne Whitney, her parents, at Westbury. L. L Mra. James Henry Parker hae gone ftom the Marrborough-Blenhetm, In At- I lontlO tuy. wnere sn passed me um mer, to the Long Island Country Club, in Eastport, for this month. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Whttrtdl have gone to Canada to remain a fortnight Mr. Percy R Pyne Id. who was vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Taylor Pyna, at Bar Harbor, M., haa returned to Roslyn, I L Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Orme Wilton, after an absence of nearly a year, are due from Europe to-day on board the Imperator. Mrs. Cyril Hatch will arrive from Europe to-day on board the Prance and go to the home of her mother, Mrs. William H. Vanderbllt, 060 Fifth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. F. Kgerton Webb hare gone to Lenox, Mass.. to be the guests of Mrs. William Douglas Sloan over Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Franklin went yesterday to North Bennington, Vt, from CoM Bprlng harbor, L. I., to be the guests of her mother, Mrs. Frederic B. Jennings. MY. and Mrs. William Sloans, who woro the guests of her mother, Mrs. George A. Crocker, In Southampton, L. I., have gone to their house In Mourn Kisco, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Baker. Jr.. have returned to Glen Cove, L. I., from the White Moountalns. Miss Mary Parsons, who haa been engaged In the work of the Red Cross In New York for eevoral weeks, will go this week to Lenox, Mass., and Join her sis ter, Miss Gertrude Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 8. Wlllsrd have returned to Locust Valley, L. I., from the Adlrondacks. Washington. Sir Auckland Geddes. the British Am bassador, returned to the embassy yes terday rrom Canada, He has been stay ing at Government House, Ottawa, for a few days. Col. and Mrs. Norrls Ernest Locke. who were married In New York July 12, spent last week in Washington. Col i.ocKe, who received his promotion to that rank a few days ago, has received orders to proceed to Fort ueavenworth, Kan., and left for that post yesterday. Mrs. Locke, who was formerly the wife of Preston Gibson, will go to Atlantic City to Join her two children for while before going to Kansas. Mr. and Mra. George Mesta and the former's niece. Miss Helen Mesta of Pittsburg and New York, have arrived In Washington, after motoring through the North, and will return to their Pittsburg ham this week. Mr. Thomas Nelson Page, former L lilted States Ambassador to Italy, Is In Washington for a few days and Is staying at the Shorebam Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. John Russell Pope of New York are at the snorebam for sev eral days. , Lieut-Commander and Mrs. John E. I'crflan, who spent last week at the Wardman Park Hotel, have returned to their home In Texas. Cot and Mra, William J. Glasgow, formerly of Fort Leavenworth, Kan, are making their home In Washington. Mr. William A. HIU is pndlng the holiday at AUantla City. Mrs. HUI, who Is passing the summer In Maine, will return at the end of the month. Mr. H, Bradley Davidson, fir., haa re turned from a visit to hla family at their summer home at Nonqult t, Mass. Sptota! to Tu Son and Nw Yosx Hssald. Colorado Sprinos, Col., Sept 4. Mra Franklin Bartlott of New York died In her hotel apartments here Thursday night She had passed much time here in recent year and arrived latently from New York and Atlantic City. A on, William Osborne Bartlett and a was formerly Secretary to the Colom bian Legation In Washington. Charles VV'. King Hurled. Charlea W, King, former private sec retary to the late J. Plerpont Morgan, who died at Kastbourne, ICngland, was burled Friday In tho family plot there, according to word received yesterday at Plalnflold, N. J., whero he molde his homo. Mra King will return to Plain- DIED. GARDEN PARTY FOR FUND. There will be a British-American the atrical garden party for the benefit of the Actors' Fund of America on the grounds of the Staten Island Cricket and Tennis daughter, Mns, Harry Horton Benkard , club at Livingston on Sunday, Saptem of New York, were with her when eheiber 26, and Tuesday, September 28. died. Funeral service will be held here I Many famous actors and ectreaso. have ... I promised to attend, to-morrow. One of the honorary pall-1 Dan,e, FroJlmani prps1ent of the fund, bearers will be Jefferson Hay Davla, a nBa approved plans for the entertaln- grandson of Jefferson Davis. Mr. Bart- nent other ps trims and patronesses are lett and Mrs. Benkard will take the body of their mother to New York for burial. Mrs. Bartlett was the widow of Col. Franklin Bartlett one of the best known lawyers of New York and for many years secretary of the Sun Priming and I'ublahlng company, lie also wa sec retary of the Union Club and wa an authority on National Guard affairs. Col. Bartlett died April 23. 190. Until the death of her husband Mrs. Bartlett held a prominent place In New York socletn but while maintaining her membership In the Colony Club, she took little part In social activities during the last ten years. She wae a member of a representative New York family. Her father was the late Dr. Minturn Post of Staten Island and New York, who mar ried Mary A. IClng, She passed part of each year In Colorado to be noar her eon, who owns Cresta Blanca ranch, a Blanca, Col. v t ,mn II. Dougherty, jr.: sar. ana Mrs. Samuel Hart Chase, Mr. Harry lloiioway, all of Philadelphia. Also Dr. and Mra. Charles Hltchooek, Mr and Mrs S. Htnmon Bird. Mr. and Mra. John Shipley, Mr, and Mr. George H. Wallen. Mr. and Mra. Thomaa B. Guilford, the Missee Guilford. Mr. Bprogue, Mr. Harry Tripp, Mr. Harry Gushing. Mr. Charlea H. Gibson, New Yorkl Mr. Irving H. Chase, Mia Luda Chase, Waterbury, Conn.i Mrs. Albert Bond Lambert. Mr. Donald Leunbert St. Louis; Mr. Augustus F. Goodwin, .Mrs. Sewcll Barrel!, Bostoni Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilkinson, Mrs. John O. Poor, Miss Sally Poor of Washington and Narragansett and Mr. J as aha Helfetx, violinist and his sisters, the Misses Heifeu, Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Pryor of Providence. .Ilolloran Miller. Miss Frances Weston Miller, daugh ter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Dt Miller of 17 West Flf ty-fourth street waa mar ried last evening In her home to Mr. John Stephen Holioran, Jr., Of Mew York by the Rev. Irving Maxwell Of Camden, N. J. The bride waa gradu ated from Columbia University three years ago. Mr. Holioran. who 1 a son of Mr. John Stephen Holioran of Corn wall. N. Y., served In the air fore Of the army In France a year. The couple will live In thl city. The bride, who waa given away by her father, wore a dress of old ivory band embroidered Chinese crepe. The tell and train war of family point lace. Her bouquet waa of white rose and bouvardla. Her chief attendant waa her slater, Dr. Laura Miller, who ha adopted her father' profession of medi cine. Her dress waa of lavender alUt garlanded with pmk roea, and she car ried a bouquet of Julia Ward rose. The bridesmaids the Misses Ann Ry der, Olivia Higglns, Bleanor Chw and Frances Dowd, wore dresea of rose pink crepe de Chine and carried pink rosea. Mr. Russell Kent was the best man and Messrs. Arthur and Charles Hartlck were the ushers. ' HaaahStanton Miss Call A. Stanton, daughter of Mra Ella O'Qorman Stanton and the late Mlahael B. Stanton and niece of Mr.xJeraea A O'Qorman, waa married jeifterday In th Church of the Holy Solrlt on University Height to Mr. Benjamin Haugh of IndlanapoiM by th Rev. Father Moron. Th couple will rpend their honeymoon In Atlantlo City, Mr. Haugh 1 in the Insurance business. with offices in Philadelphia and New York. Broker Wed Baltimore Girt. Kn'Hal to Tn ScH Ave Kw To IfsilS. Greenwich, Conn.. Sept 4. Mis Eleanor Rockwell of Baltimore, Md. and Mr. Dwlght Jeffery Smyth of New York were married to-dag at th of the nrtdi to th summit of Mount Yokun. Rich teen hundred mvttatlon were Issued for the wedding, and the oldest person who accepted and wa present both at the church and reception waa Mm J. Kamy Warren of New York. who I In her 95th year and who Is sending the season at Curtis Hotel The nriae waa eaucaiea aoroaa ana during the war waa In the motor corps of the National League for Women' Service and also wa In th Red Cross canteen servtoe. Mr. Remington la naval aviation construction engineer and 1 now stationed at th Great Lakes Naval Training Station In Chicago. Ml Ursula Harrison Baa-aged gpretol to Th Son am Naw Yoaa Ru WAgHWOTOM. Sept . Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax Harrison announce the, engage ment of their daughter, Ursula, to Mr. Charlea Balrd of Th Plain, Virginia. Th wadding will ak place In October at th country home of the brldew parent at Bel voir, Va, Miss Harrison ha taken an active part In Washington society and Is a member of th Colony Club Of New Tork. She la a grand daughter of Mr. Burton Harrison and a niece of th Governor of th Philip pin, Mr. Francis Burton Harrison. FILM COMPANY SUES ACTOR FOR $407,338 Vitagraph Alleges Larry Stmon Has Violated Contract. Um MMBJU. CoX, Bept 4. Albert E. Bmlth. aa president of th Vitagraph Company of America, began an action In the United State District Court of Southern California yesterday asking 4407,238 damage from Larry Seraon. screen comedian, formerly newspaper comlo cartoonist of New York. It is alleged Seraon Increased the cost of his production to an unreasonable fig- MRS. MARTHA N. BATLBS. Mr. Martha N. Bayles of Englewood, N. J., widow of Robert Bayles, who was president of the Fulton and Market Na tional Rank for forty years, died Fri day at the residence of her snn-ln-law and daughter, Dean. Howard Chandler Robhlns, of the Cathedral of St John the Divine. She had been 111 for more than a year from ailments Incident to old age and came ftom Englewood eeveral months ago to be with Mrs. Robblns. While Dean and Mrs. RobWns were at their summer home In Hcalh, Mass., another daughter Mrs. Mahlon L. Hoagland, came here to care for her mother and was with her when Bho died. Her hus band died in 1900. In addition to her daughter Mrs. Bayles leaves three Meld In the near future. eons, Robert N., of Caldwell, N. J. ; Chester of Rockaway, M. J., and Will lam Bayles of Now York. She was 77 years old and was born in Grand Rapids and was married to Mr. Bayles in 1S65 MAJOR CHARLES B. WHITNEY. Major Charlea Elmore Whitney of Bos ton and Vineyard Haven, Mass., died Thursday at the Massachusetts Homic- pathlc Hospital. Major Whitney was hnm at Watertown, Mass., In 1S50, and during his life engaged in the manufac ture of paper, an Industry which has oc cupied members Of his family for three generations. He is survived by a wife and two daughters. Miss Ethel Barrmore, Mlse Blanche Bates, Ralph Delmore, William Fox, Frank Gillmore, 8lr Thomaa Upton, R. T. Rokeby, Norman 8. Walker, the Acton,' Equity Association and the Adore' Fidelity League. The programme will consist of a vandevllle and concert entertainment, athletic events and a grand comic cricket match between members of the Livings ton Cricket Club and eleven comedians of the profession. HOLIPAY GREETINGS. LEVY. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy and fam ily wish their relatives and frienas a pros perous and happy New Year. BIRTHS. ARNTT.-Mr. and Mra, Charles L. Andt (nee Florence Ilrownl announce the Mrth of a son, llobert Henry. Btpt. I, IBM, at St. Agnes Hospital, White Plains, N Y. ENGAGED. BKARnS II1LPENF1NGKR. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hlliianflnite.r of Ml T7th St., Brook lyn, announce the engagement cf tlielr danrtitcr, Hattle, to Mr. Arthur Leards, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Beards of IMi 3d av., Brooklyn. No cards. FRANKENSTEIN SILVERSTH IN. Mr. and Mra. M. Sllvcrstctn of 00 Xt 177th st. annnnnco tlis engagement of thslr daugh ter, Nan Bllverateln, to flol. Frankenstein of Ashevlllo, N. C. Ashevlll IN. C.) and Kingston (N. Y.) papers pleas copy. FREYKI'.-HtnsnHnEtn.-Mr. B. Hlrach field of 4807 Sheridan road, Chicago, 111., announces the engagement of his daughter Malvlr.a E. to Mr. William 8. Freyer of Cleveland. Ohio. HEnzcx; KASHOWITZ.-Mr. and Mrs. Mai KashowttS of 110 Riverside Drive an nounce too engaremont of thalr oaurtnter, Brlvla, to Mr. jack Ilerzng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thlllp Hariog of 674 Rtveralu Drive. LEFr-WIESEN. Mr. and Mm. Mas Wlesen announce the engagement of thalr daugh ter, Lillian, to Mr. Philip Loff. WE1NTRAUB -RENDER. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brender of 04 West End av., an nounce the engagement of ttulr daughter, Dolly, to Mr. Abe H. Wclntraub of Now York city. WINKLETl - ITTORHriET.D. Mr. and Mrs. till!. Htrshflild, 440 East Hist, announce entat..:: i of thalr daughter, Sellna, to Joseph Winkler. MARRIED. DR. ROBERTO ANCIZAB. Buenos AIris, Argentina, Sept. 8. Dr. Roberto Ancizar, Colombian Minis ter to Argentina, died here to-day. Ho LOST AND FOUND. A reward will be paid for information lead ing to recovery of 1018 Ford, black touring body, motor No. 28H84S, license No. 33844, N. Y., stolon from Ludlow and Rlvlngton ate., New York city, Aiik. It, sbout 1 :0 P. M. 8HERWOOD APJCSTINO BUltEAU. 08 William st. John S140. LOST Between 40 Went SMh t. and second bench nsar that entrance of I'ark, black beaded bag, containing purse, bills, keys, gold watch, Metropolitan Pys Works ticket. Please return to Mrs. DE QEELIX, above addre HANDRAG Left In tajlcah Monday night black handbag, containing keys, tan leath er case, allver fountain pen; reward. HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE, apartment 43. LOST Imported beaded bag, Nassau Hotel, Long Beach, or Long Beach to Edgamare, about 12 P. M. Wednesday: liberal reward. M. STERN A CO.. 3,1 East 33d. MBS. HOOKER SITES BALL. Entertain for Daagatera at Bme to Rooltbrtdge. ffpecfal to Th 8c is Nsw Toik Huu. Greenwich j Conn., 8pt 4. Mra Elon Hooker gave a fancy dress ball for her three daughters, the Misses Barbara, Adelaide and Helen Hooker, at her home in Rockrldge last evening. There were About seventy-five young friends of the Misses Hooker present, all of whom at tended In masquerade costume. A sup per was served at midnight Japanese lanterns were strung about the lawn and leading down to the swimming pool. LOST Black travelling bag In taxi from fenn. Station to I8t Amity st., Brooklyn; reward in return or name. Phone Main H9.r,3. LOST mlk ribbon bag containing check book, fountain pen, money I riward. Apartment g. r,no west iz:m, jj nuBgwae 4sto. LficT Key,, Pelmont Tark; reward return. BTRAVS3, 607 West 40th. city. Jewelry. A.-!.''0O REWARD. Lost In New York city. Far Rockawav, Lpng Beach or Long Branch, N. J., a plat inum pin, 4 Inches long, 81 diamonds, 10 Oriental sapphires; ft of the diamonds are large and ast In a row. AND A gold clgaratte case, Initials "T, W." en outside. Inscription Inside. AND A woman's platinum and geld Princess ring, 1 iarga yellow, i white and 22 small dia monds. Communicate with B. B. HOP WOOD, B3 John St., New York city. Phone Beekman bust A LIBERAL REWARD will be paid for return of a pearl nacklara containing 109 Marls, with diamond clasp, lost Soptomber 3 In Altman's, Lord a Tay lor's or on street between both stores. Com municate with E. P. HOPWOOO, SB John at.. New York city. Phone Beekman 8087. LOST On Friday afternoon between Guar anty Trust Co.. Madison av. and tfoth at., and Floomlnsdala's; 1 diamond necklace 1 long diamond and platinum chain 1 gold bracelet with diamonds 1 platinum bar pin, diamonds, sapphires 1 aold wedding ring In blue leather Jewelry box marked T. Kirk where there Is an open stone fireplace. D,trCk a Co. A liberal reward will be paid tttm lh. .rm.MV MAnl a kI.a4 I ... ... , ,. 11 A lif.'l n II! I (- I -r QC AIUUIIU 1111. UIO J UU.1 ywy.B QAU.VICV U I III 11 IV.U1I1 ,v nuvi., ut.i v.", during the evening and sang, Among those present war Albert Hooker and Wolcott Booker of Niagara, N. Y. ; Frio Hedestrom and Mis Fernle Ott Buell of LOST Diamond bracelet, on the evehln of August SO, betwesn Garden City and Long Reach. Liberal reward. Return to Mm A. T. HAV1T.AND. 14 Uassau Bouk- Plttsburg : the Misses ! yard. Garden City. L. I. Kingsbury, Ruth Hyde, Elisabeth Hyde, Eleanor end Winifred Croft, Marjorle and Edna Raatwtck, Elisabeth Lanier and Katharine Lander, and Messrs Lum ford Yandell, Hamilton and Bruce Hynd man, Richard Croft and Leland & Still man. LOST On Friday evening. In neighborhood of 7th av. and 111th St., lady's gold wrist watch and bracelet, octagon shaped; liberal rewards 30 West 129'h St.; tel. Harlem TfoK Mis Wltherapoon To Be Married. Announcement ha been made by Mra CBuncn ouiuuri TMuicivywu v .. ward York of the engagement of her daugh- nphl LOST Tuesday night, engraved narrow band wedding ring, containing five diamonds Reward return apartment 22, 110 Washington place i j-iar-niamund brooch, evenlns Aueust 81. between t and 10:30, on 2 or t 8th av, bus: reward. JOHN MEYER, 3236 Broad way, no questions asked, for return ra and diamond bracelet, set In ter, Mis Isobel Witherspoon, to s-f. I -- sMi nt at tns wets on or wa av. Richard Hole, nephew of tho late Dean Rjojgth at. tmqiCLR CO., ao athav. Hole Of RCtater Cathedral, England. 00 reward for return of Pltlnum and Si.. sT- u . ..I,,,. I diamond brooch, lost between 60th st, and Ml TOIoon l a AeTt-tat ameu Vontmarta. granaaaugnier 01 jonn muiei-puuu, uu rREfCBTl CO.. ooo nw av. FIRTH CAMFBTILL. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Campbell of MO Jefferson av., Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the marriage of their dauchter. May Marnaret, to Mr. Albert A. Firth of Nevada on Sept. J, 1020, at Charleston, 8. C. LEDOI'X BAIltn At St. Martin's Church. London, by t!:s Rev. H. P. Bnoppara, Thursday, August 20, Alice Benet Balrd to Albert Reld Ledoux. WEIL SELPDOHF.-Mr. Idolph Felsdorf begs to announce the marriage of his daughter. Belle, to Nathan V.eil of lime boro. Ore., Saturday, Aug. 28. DIED. Alexander, Miriam Bartlett, Bertha K. l.nyles, Martha N Hellls, Maria A. Cotthelf, Joseph Herrllch. Wilbur A. Hugglns. N. E. DeW. Ji iiiltian u. llrion. lltt .seltlne J. Mufldon. Louise E. Rieit. Sarah 3. MoT'.on, Mrs. F, M. Ce.Ua, Domenlco Mcllugh, Michael E. ChurehU' (" urtr D. Millllln, Elizabeth Davles, Richard T. O'Brien, Gladys Doney. lames, rilnn.i. Etellia B. Eiatu, Sarah B, Renton, Frances R. G. Elliot. M. A. O; da B. Rce, Reglna. Eicchel, Andrew Turner. Charles W. KlUpatrkk, Bridget M. Wheeler, Juliet H. Eceney, James 8. Wilson. Josephine Freeman. Lewis 0. Whitney, Charles H. Goodman, Llpn.an Yeska, Joseph t ttrmorlam. Carroll, Ann McCue, Mary A. Donnelly, Michael McOoey, Thomas Dougherty, W. A. O, Reynolds, Bella O. ggrrti, Thomas A. E. Bchattman, Julius Llbnmn. Nathan. Tone. Mary Mooschen. Frances W. Wlnterfjeld, Jennie Of the signers of th Declaration and i(Xr(n(rd for diamond crown stth pros dent of Prlnoeton. Her father , August s. between Ht. Regis w.m mlaalonarv and nreacher. Miss I Plata Theatre, MARCUS 4 CO., brooch, lost lintel and. 6ih av. and wa a missionary and preacher. Mis I piaxa Theatre. Wltherepoon waa in Red Cros work i fljgjg: .r n . r , during the war. ftSCSSS porting business In this city. He Is a -pjnsjj OVARY, 821 East 68ih st. member of Squadron A The marriage ol" I to take place late In October. Wearing Apparel. LOST In Lexington av. subway. Saturday morning, at rvnwu -. win iravunng ail lie - "ra " baa containing lady's drss and other artlcUa. Tuta n. Am I Batard of 200 ! Address Miss O. B1TTERBEKG, A. O. Spald- tir i 'snaw .i,ut Vi.a innnnnnl the 1 Ing Bros.. 1-9 Nassau St. v. ni wt mmw , ... ma uuroaaonaDi tig- . . ....v,,.. mi.. v. - , maT-Augui tire, with th. aim of forcing th VJta- i .!ui "'-"T. -T"?;' 1 wrTr Oedney fta CMS. Company to release fata frem hi. trZT TEtZ BTtrd bTong. tTOS to an old Boaniah family, Mr. d. Ml- ; av., wut UQBT--nera contract, whloh called far twelve two KS'SeSIi rST hLrJ.lZ ' s served as Second Lieutenant In Five picture Hv oean releaaeo, ,,v n m.M Artnisrv. Ha I a ha Just been completed, and niw., r.n.r and mambar th Vitagraph d solar R I praothsdly . mnallon fratarnltr. LOST August 1. sahle neckploce, at or near r armp . him., . in- with Miss LOUISE SCHU8SLER, m. w"fw' H-n-w 'or Semac to deliver mora than seven the first year In the case of on picture it ia charged that, aside from th usual studio expenses, 142,000 Mia Petti t to Wed Sept. 22. Mis Sally Jean Pettlt and Mr. Donald .P'r10-TOfl3', e -f-a ;,r aarvaa Mosholu fat rceai. on Bmid- arkwar and 238th ibltg-MllwaiiK, lauor: rewra u r- iiL ami iSiTav. Mm. SMTT totvp NeckpUoei two beora marteo skins; left in taxloab Wednesday night; liberal reward. FLYNN, 141 West 7ith St. Bchuylar 817B. ALEXANDER. Miriam, beloved Wife of Harrv. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanry tlreenhera. Dassod to her eternal rest c,., ,.,.,.,- 4 i.mernl from her Ute resl deuce. ,s:i Bay 20th st., Bensonhurat, Mon day, Beptemner u. at iu o ciocr. ntoTTrw Tin TtiiiMria v. BeDtembar S 1820, at Colorado Kprlngs, Col., Bfcrtha Klrg Bartlett, oldest daughter of the late Mi(ry A. King nd Dr. Minturn Post of Baywood, Clifton, 8. I., and Naw York, furt widow o- Franklin Bartlett. Nolle of funeral later. t, , t-t r-c nn R.ntmher 3. 1920. In her sev enty-seventh year, at tn residence of her dauiuiter, Mrs. Mowaru u, kodoiui., York city, Mertha4. Bayls (nes Smith! . wife of the late Robert Earlas of Englo wond, N. J. Service at the Deanery of the Cathedral of St. John th Divine, 110th st. and Amsterdam av., on imonoay, oepiem ,.,. a it 11 A M. Interment orlvate. Kindly omit flowars. Grand Rapid (Mich.) papers please copy BELUS.-At Oradell. N. J., September 2. 1020, Maria Ann Rellls (nee Demarextl. widow of Hlrain Billls. Funeral services held at her late residence, Oradell, N J. Sunday. September at 3 o'clock. BEFSON. Ilasseltlne Judson, widow of John n Rraoii. on Sent. 4. at her residence. H00 Hudson St.. Hobokcn, N. J. Funeral private. vnr"r-r Suddenlv. nn September 4. 1920. In icranon. Sarah Shotwell Brett, widow of Martin Wllt-sl Brett and daughter of the late Benjannn Rl. f rice CELLA. On September 4, 1B20, Domenleo, beloved husband of Maria Colla, In his 67th year. Relatives and menus are In vlteu to attend funeral at ni lata resi dence, 083 Washington t., Hoboken, N. J., Wednesday. September 8, at 9 A. M.: thence to Bt. Francis's Church, 3d and Jefferson sta., lloboken, where a solemn requiem mass will bo offered for the happy repose of bis soul. Kindly omit flowers, CHURCHILL. Suddenly, on September 3. 120, Charles D. Churchill, aged 63 years, beloved liusbaud of Mabel M. Baker. Fu neral service at his lata residence, North Ilackensack, N. J., on Monday, September 6. at 8 F. M. DA VIES. On September S, 1B20, at the real dene ot bis son, at Roslyn, L. L, Richard Theodora, beloved hu'baad of Maty P. Davl. Funeral private. NEW YORK ffTArTER OF THE SONS OF 71 ! II AMBR1CAN REVOLUTION. It Is with the profoundest regret that I announce th death of our beloved com rade end vice-president, Richard T. eavla, for many years a devoted and yai member of this society. His loss will be a personal on to every com patriot. Oliver B. Brtdgmsn, President. GENERAL SOCIETY OK MECHANICS AND TRADESMEN, Executlv Office. 20 West 44th 8trot. Brothers Profoundly aenslbl ot th EZEC11EI.. Andrew Esertiel, Oelnvefl hus band of Maud, Funeral erv1e at Sam Rthrhllira Chnpel, 208 I a av., Tuesday, September 7, 2 30 P. M. FEMNEY.-Oa Hsptetnber 4, 1820, at Ms resi lience, iiiu I in, Mln plan, James I, , b loved husband of Man A. O'Connor anil only sun ot Edward and Julia A. 1 eeney. Funeral ervlo at the Church of Ht. Ignatius, llni;er av. and Carroll it.. Brooklyn, on Tuesday, Septembor 7, nt 10 A. M. FlTZrATtUCK.-On Reptemher 4, 102(1, at her home, 61i2 West l2d et., Bridget Mnr ray. beloved wife of Jams Fttrparrtok. Reiiulom mass at Omrch of n Ilnse of Lima, lO.Vh at., near Amsterdam av , Monday at 11 o'clock. FREEMAN. Lwla Cnsll, bvleved hiifbend nf u Hi, hi Q. and son of William F. and Ella H. Herrlck, on September 4. Inter ment Nasaau Cemetery, Nassau, Itens aoluer cuunty, Now York. GOODMAN, m Llpmsn. 70 year ef ge, passed awny September 2. Interment at Mount Juilah Cemetery, Septenrtier S. GOTT11ELF.- Kaphlatt Lodge, No. 1fli Ttrs1hrn Teu are rviucsted to hi tend the funeral of our livto brother. .Ineeph Detthelf, oa Sun day, September R, nt 1 P. M., from Ms late residence, 1.114 HtcliMns av , Brnus. Mas Hililacter, President . IIEItni.ICir.-Entered Into rest Sept. a, 1020. Wilbur A. Ilerrllili, dearly heloyed and youngest son uf May Kelser ami August J lkrrllch, brother of Herbert J. Ilerr li, h. aged 10 years H months. Service Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clmk, at the reel dene of his parents, lOM lirand Con courso, near 170th St., Bronx. Interment Wondlaivn Cemetery; private. HIIGGINS-On September 3. 1020, Nobis Ed ward Do Witt Hi. Skin.. In his 71st year. Funeral services at his late residence, fskl Riverside Drive, Sunday, Septembor 6. at 2 o'clock. LYONS Jeremiah C, at his summer home. Allenhurst, n. j fteptombsr 4, 1020. Mass Mill be snhl Monday morning, September 0, 8 o'clock, St, Mary's Catholic Church, leul, N. J. Itrmnt Mount Kisco Ceme tery. MONDON. Mrs. Louise Ethel Mondon, taughttt of Mr. and Mrs. A. Chanal of Brooklyn, suddenly. Pail, Bepteniber I. Brooklyn papers piles copy. MOBTflN. Mrs. F. M., September 3, 1020. st Laurence lluspltol. Broiutvllle. I mi private. Mcin'tlll. Michael Edmunil.-Members or Pan Salvador coanen 174, nigwtj lumbus, ar rQUtd 10 meet at 01th and Madlnon av., Humliiy evouliui at 8 (. clock and to attend thu requiem mass at St. Ignatius Loyola Church, 84th st and Park av., Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. McMILLIN. September 4, Elizabeth, daugh ter or the late Mamuei lucmimn. nervicei Stephen Merrltt Chapel, 121 sth av., near 21st St., Monday evening, 8 o'clock. O'BRIEN. At Mount Vernon, N. V., Septem ber 2, Gladys, beloved wife of John n. O'Brien and daughter of Horace M. end Josephine Field Woolley of San Francisco, Cal. Funeral services at Mortuary Chapel of Burr Davis k Son, IS South 4th av., Mount Vernon, Sunday, at .1 o'clock. 8nn Francisco and Los Angeles papers picas copy, lntermint Woodlawn Cemetery. PILAND -Etelka Pi erian, suddenly, at Ms nlla, Philippine Islands, September h in her 2Mb year, beloved wtt of Lieut. Julius Lynch l'lland, only child of Ellenor Proctor Riley and of the late Ix-ster How ard Riley, grandilaufihter of Frederick F. Proctor. Notice of funeral hereafter. RENTON. On September 3, 1020, Fi ances R. i;reu, wire ot the late Aionso A. nen ton. Funeral from her lain homa, 190 Alexander av., llronx, on Monday after noon, September 6, at 2 o'clock. ROSE Reelna, dearly beloved wit of Alex ander Rose, devoted mother of William and Sydney, cherished daughter of the Rev. Bernhard and Fannie Hatnd dear tlstr of Isidore, Walter ami Louis Han. Fu neral from her late residence, 237 West 113th. on Monday, September 6, 10 A. M. TURNER. On Sept. 2. 1020, Rev. CliarUs William Turner, beloved father of Ethel J., Edith J. nml J. L. Turner, at his resi dence, 420 West 10th St. Services Cathe dral of St. John the Divine, Monday at 11 A. M. WHEELEll-On September 2, 1020, at Wing dale, N. Y.. Juliet Htmgjrrtord, wife of the late Bailey WDeelor. Funeral services at her late residence, Sunday, September 5, at 2 P. It, Train leaves Grand Central Station al 8:34 A. M., standard time. WHITNEY. On Thursday, September 2. at the Massachusetts Homoepathto Hos pital, Boston. Mass., Major Ohnrlea Elmers Whitney. Services will be held at "The Elms," Watertown, Mass., Sunday, Sep tember 8, at 2:30 o'clock. Burial private. Please omit flowers. WILSON. At Upper Montclalr, N. J.. Fri day. September 3. 1020, Josephine, young est daughter of th late William H. and Cvnthla Wilson. Funeral ervlces will be held at 200 Hellevue av., Upper Montclalr, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. YESKA. On Thursday, September 2, after e short Illness, Joseph Yeska, In his OOlh yesr; beloved husband of Elizabeth N., devoted father of Mrs. Roealind H. Kasa nln and th late Harry. Funeral wrvlcea at Temple Israel of Harlem, Inox av. and 120ih, Sunday, September 6, at 10:80 A. M. Interment at Beth El Cemetery Members of Olympic Lodge, No. 88, K. ef p., and Centennial Lodge, F. and A. M , ere requested to attend. IN MEMORIAM. CARROLL. In loving memory ef our deer mother, Ann Carroll, who died 8oplembr 5, 1010. 8on and Daughter .,. V lll. l.aal XfnnlVi'. mind TY1ABM will be offered for the repose of his soul on September 8 at 9 A. M. at Church ol St Vincent Ferrer, Lexington av. ana fldth st. Relatives and friends ar In vited. DOUGHERTY. In fender memory of a be loved and devoted husband and father, William A. C. Dougherty, who entered eternal life September 2, 1010. HARRIS. In loving memory of Thome Add1 Emmet Harrts, who died September 5 mis, from wounds received In action on September 4, 1018, at Flsmas, Frano. LIBMAN In loving memory of our dear brother. Nathan Llbman, who passed awny August 8, 1011. Gone but not for gotten: may his soul rest In peace. MOF.SCHEN. In loving memory of our be loved daughter and sister, Trances W., Army Nurse Corps, who gave hr life for her country at Military H'i'Plts J No. ... Paris. France. September 7. 1018. Her memory will always be cherished In th hearts of thus who loved her most. Father, Mother nnd Sister. Mcrt'E In lnvlnr memory of Mary A. Mo Cue. Died September 5. 1001. McGOEY. Anniversary mass for th repns of the oul of Thomas McOoey at th Church of Bt. Mary Star of the Sea, ar Rockaway, on Monday, September 8, at 8 A. M. REYNOLDS In ever loving remembrance of Bell plmsted Reynolds, died Sept. 8, 1008. BCHATTMAN. Julius. In loving memory ef our dear father, who departed this llf September 4, 1007. TONF Month's mind mass for til repns of the soul of Mls Mnry Ton on Wedne. day September 8. at 8 o'clock, at Chureh of the Holy Name, 98th st. and Amster dam ev. WINTERFIELD Jennie, In leirlng memory of our beloved mother, who died Septem ber 1 1008. To live In th hearts of thos you lo'v is not to die. Hr Loving Children. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. DANZIGER-Mr. and Mrs. Charle Dan atoiv acknowlodlng th cordial wish of their friends and relatives, desire to ax press their sincere appreciation. rch VTTMAN TH family of Tlnl Bchatt man acknowledge with grateful pprols tion th kind expressions of sympathy of tlielr friends. UNVEILINGS. PFTDMAN. Tetta. (Th unveiling of th monument to Verts Feldman (ne. St.rn HchO. beloved wife and mother of ijithanlel J., David H., Jamas, and Either, end Leon tvidmnn, will tag ,. ., t Washington Cemetery. Section 2. on S ndy. Septembor 5. 1920. at 11 A. M. Friend, and relative, ar. cordially In- wii.d to attend, no carai. imi-iiiNIlERG Unveiling of monument In K "memory ol : Oussl Krc-Tinberg. belov.d wife Samuel Krohnberg ana aear meuwr m Virnr. and Sylvia, Sunday, September 12 at 11 A Mm at Washington C.metsry. la 4. Brwian.r Congregation. rle- reat ln.s which this society has sus talnnd, sorrow tul announcement 1 mad. J 01 me onus Ul pejiiirr rvicniru i. j ?. - . i. vies on Sept. 3, 1020, l Tor 37 years a mem- .7,... "a friends Invited. bar or the society, bo years or wmcn ne i --- . 0wln ta railroad has cnUn.usly aad faithfully served in ' prEIFt R.-Psn'el. , 0"'nf ,0 r"r0M th. f.U.w1ng capacities; In 1884 he was ; strike unv.lllng postponed. an lnact.r ot eictin; iseo m ii, a glGMAN. unveiling ai i - . S was .pent In excess of what would. Sheldon Roger, win oemarreaoep em- mKSLXSSrSi, outlay. Paner. "er a in as nt. wen a. rice, room rai f, liberal reward. uno Hunning. ri w K 3txbthlgrn mmmnfM pntmtltut raaaonaki niitl&v Porra m th. ens. war filed hv William If. Pettlt Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seabury of Nw Tork and George W. Franklin peuii. ner lamer is preaiaent rgsrjTJSTiuTtcaM with lady's wearing Penlmor Of 0 Angeles, attorney, of th Realty Company of America. Mr. -apparl. from auto Grand C.ntral Rtatlon; Of th claim for damage 1386,000 I "Roger, an alumunu of Williams Col- reward. Phono Far Rockaway lioi, s. asked because the company will receive lege, Is a son ol Mr. Edward 8. Rogers, : JACOBS. frr fewer picture than called for by airector oi uie - ismhm w onni. th oantract membo ef the auditing committee, end 1888 t. 1897 as treasurer, and trm 1808 to til ttaa Of kll death as treasurer and secretory (33 year a treasurer and 23 years ee ortary). holding these offices longer then aa on. member sine. Its In stltutlsn Tn 178". Rud.lph P. Mlllsr. President. Daniel T. Wilson. Secretary at Interim. .Annnv t ... - T 171 mar t f 'Km rrh . uvni f' 1 j,o -..-.. ........... I B'way, 6ttlh at.. Monday, 10 A. M. ELAM. Sarah Ellrabeth. wlf. of th let. Thomas Elam. on naiuroay, repienioer s, 11)20 at New Brunswick. N. J. Notlc. of funeral later. Baltimore papers pleas. copy. ; ELLIOT -Mrs. Andrew Foster, at th sum ; mr rr.ldnc of hor son, rir. fleorre T. Elliot, ntlaflylil. Me., M. a. irai. ue ii'iys. Iillini, ....;,' of mv beloved wlf and our de- vofd mother. Tlllle Bellgroen. at Union Flelde Cemeten-. 8un!y. September 8. 1020 at 8 P. M. Rlatlv. friends and members of Congregation Rodeph ShoUm Invited lte of the law Andrew Foster Ell j r? : 1 NOTICES OF: Births De.! Ensfrement Memorials Marringes Confirmation Annulments Lodf!? mav bo telephoned foT nubli ca'ion in THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD any time up to midnifc-ht tor the noxt day 'i is- Call h itzrov 6000.