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MARION TOWWSEND
IS AVIATOR'S BRIDE
Bridegroom, Second Lieut.
Shotter, Is Stationed at
Camp Dick, Texas.
OFFICERS ABE USHERS
Bev. Floyd S. Leach Performs
Ceremony in Chantry of
St. Thomas's.
In th chantry of St. Thorn Church,
yesterday at noon, MIm Marlon Town
end, younrest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Allen Townsend, was married to Sec
ond Lieut. Spencer Owen Shotter. Re
serv Military Aviator, Army of the,
Untied State. Th marriage had been
hurriedly arranged, a th bridegroom
was able to obtain but a brief furlough,
hvlnr arrived from Camp Dick. Da.ll,
Tex., on Monday nlfht. There were as
sembled to wltnea th marriage cere
mony, which wa performed by th Rev.
Floyd S. Leach, vicar of St. Thorn',
limited number of relative and Intimate
friend. The only floral decoration
consisted of palm and Southern rallu,
and on the altar there were vim of
Attention 111!,
The brld entered the chantry with
her father. 8h wor a (own of soft
whit eatln, mad 'with quar cut
court trnln, which wa mblUhed with
duster of orang bloMoms. The shirt
of th gown waa rather short and wa
draped with tulle,' and th bodice wa
finished with old point lac. Her velt
of point applique and rose point had
been worn by her grandmother, Mrs.
Dexter A. Haw-Una, when a bride, and
by other bride in th family. Thks veil,
which wa yellow with age. fell to the
end of the court train, and It waa held In
place by a cap of too. She carried a
bouquet of HUM of th valley and wor
a necklace of pearl with a pearl and
diamond pendant.
The bride' little niece, Viola Wlnmta
wa the flowr girt, wearing a frock of
rose colored organdy and a frilled hat
of whit lac wreathed with spring flow
ers. Bh carried a Leghorn atraw hat
fined with pink and blue snapdragoaa
The bridal attendant were Mrs. Rob
ert C Wlnralll and Mr. B. Tunnlcllff
rat, sitter of the bride: Mrs. Rodney
Win lama and Miss Katharine Black.
They war dressed alike In costumes of
pal pink 'taffeta ovankh-t of white
roSted organdy, with 'flchua of white
dotted With small pink roses. Their hats
were of organdy to correspond and they
carried large olustere of pink and pale
oiu snapdragon.
Robert C Wlnmlll acted as best man.
Th ushers were : Lieut. R. W. Bearla,
Aviation Corps; Lieut. Robert St. B.
Boyd, told Held Artillery : Lieut. How
ard C. McDuflk. Ith Infantry ; Ensign
S. Twining, Jr., United Bute Navy
Aviation, and Philander L. Cable of
Rock Island, lit, now in the Diplomatic
Corp in Washington.
A reception and wedding breakfast
followed at the hatn of the brld'
parent. S7 Madison avenue. Among
th gusts war Mm Dexter A. Haw
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Warner,
Spencer p. (hotter, the brides-room's
father: Mies Isabel D. Shotter, Mr. and
Mrs. Alsxander R. lwton. Jr: : Mr. and
Mr. Ira Barrow. Mrs. William Henry
Harrison. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas T,
Gaunt, Mrs. Theodore H. Price, Miss
Laura Shannon, Ml Anne Paulding,
Mr. and Mr. Sherwood Aldrich. Mra
Charles O. Molter. Mia Ruth Mnller.
Mrs. Charles Potter Kling, Miss .Gene
vieve Clendenln, lire. Edmund S. Twin
Ing. Jr. ; Mr. and Mra Arthur Horton
Llpptncott, Mr. and Mrs. decree H. Ben
jamin, Carl Springer, Mrs. Francis C.
Barlow, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Eyre Lam
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Eldrldge,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Myles, Lawrence
Atterbury. William Mltne Qrinnell, Mrs.
George A. Legg and Mra Kerner Easton.
Lieut Shotter cornea from Savannah.
Oa. HI father at one time owned
Shadowbrook in Lenox, which waa aold
to Andrew Carnegie. After leaving 8t.
Paul's School he went to Switzerland for
two years and he waa graduated from
Harvard In 1914. As his leave ot ab
sence will expire on Tuesday h will take
hi brld to Dallas.
WARBTJR8 SWIFT.
a of Paul at. Warbarar "Wedded
to Wat IM Ctrl.
Ml Rather! n Swift, daughter ef
the Ute Samuel Swift, waa married to
Ensign Jam Paul Warburg, U. 8. N.
yesterday afternoon at th horn of bar
mother, 30 Weet 101st street. The
bride, given away by her cousin, J. V.
N. Dorr, of this city, wor a gown of
oft wttt satin trimmed with old point
lace, wMeh had been In th family for
several generations. Her only attendant
waa Ml Louie Homer, daughter of
Mr. and Mra Sidney J. Homer, who wor
a costum of pink taffeta and chiffon
and a hat of pink straw, carrying a
bouquet of pink rose. Snslgn Wsst-
MAE REED.
BATCHEIX) BTEINWAT. Mr. snd Mra.
Charlas H. Btelnway anatounc the
marries of their daaghtet, Marie
I.ouU, t Asslsteat Paymaster Bran
son Batehelor, U. M. X. on Satur
day, Jane J.
SICKKMETEK BKETOORT. Oa Satur
day, June I, at If North Broadway,
Tonkers, Plereaee. daughter ef Jamia
Ranwtek Breteort, to Xudelf Elcke
meyer, Jr. He nnonceanest cards.
SAN FORD BOWERS. Oa Saturday,
June 1, 1111, at Oraee Charth Chantry,
by the Rev. Caarlee U Blattery, Baa
tor, Ruth Mergerl. nleoe ef Mr. and
Mra. chase E. Williams, t Darsat
' Towers ot New Tsrk, sen ef Mrs. Jeha
A. Vitku.
DIED.
AW.IN. On June 1, ltlt, Ann E. P.
Begirt, widow of the 1st Charlea M.
Allln. M. D.
Funeral from her lets residence, lit
Manhattan avenue, Monday, June t,
at : IP. M. Interment at Woodlawn.
fUBCOCK. On Baturday, June 1, at hie
lata residence, 20 East rifty-eecond
traet, Henry Dtnlaen, eon of the lete
Samuel D. and Elisabeth C. Babcock,
In the aeventy-flret year ef hi age.
Notice ef funeral hereafter,
CARET. Joseph P., on June 1y Services
"THE FUNERAL CHURCH," Broad
way, lth street (Frank Campbell's),
Tueaday, 10 A. M.
ROBERT. Chrlettne, on May tl. Bervlcea
THE FUNERAL CHURCH," Broad
way end aisty-eltth street (Prank M.
Campbell'!), Monday, II soon.
THOMPSON, At Yonker en Saturday,
June 1, Ull. Jsmee M, Tkomseon, 1
hie Mventy-fifth year.
Punaral eervlce et hie late reeldeace, II
Imartlna avenue, Tonkers. Mendsy
afternoon, June I, st 1:1 o'clock.
TRACT. On Msy II, In London, Enilsnd,
Harriet Ruth, daughter of the late
William Urlabsna and Julia Lowndes
D, and beloved wife of Colden Tracy,
Charleston. S. C, paper plaaee copy.
WALSH. Suddenly, on May 11, 1111, Sam
uel Armstrosg Wslah, ill inh .
IMatrsl srivate. kUadly ttaM awra
f . .
y i v, ..
NOTES OF THE
SOCIAL WORLD
inT?.!i."!?rto,,J. "mltt4a) r training
m sultabl trade maimed soldiers of
France has invito, i.
near a conference by JusUn Oodaft. who
aaa recently com tn th i?it.. a.iu
on a mission from Francs, at ths Theatre
uu vieux cotomtter en Tuesday after-
' invitations have been
waued In th nam of Mra. Edmund L.
osylles. and nmon. th nit,.. ...v....
.f. tn committee are Mra Charles B.
"""""f. , ogdea Mill. Mrs. Will
iam D. Sloan Mra rnm.ll... v..i..
Si1, Myr?n T' ""'rick. John W. Riddl.
Edmund L. Baylies and Moncur Robtu
sort. 1
Mr. and Mra. Wvllva Trrv in --
th summer In Monmouth Beach, N. J.
Mr. and Mra Charle Potter Kllng have
leaeed for the summer Eagles Rest, the
stat of the late Mra Louie Fltsgerald,
In Oarrlaon-on-Hudson.
Captain and Mra Perry Belmont, who
have been at the Rlta-Carlton for several
ys. ten yesterday for their home In
Washington.
Mra Franklin Q. Brown has given the
use of th little theatre on her country
place, 8priaghurt. at Dobba Frry, for
a musicals and tea which la being ar
ranged by Mia Winifred Rogers for
nxt Saturday afternoon In aid of the
mulc school in Dobba Ferry. Among
the patronesses are Mrs. Frederick
Trevor Hill. Mr. Joseph Clendenln. Mra
nnry viiia w. Mra. Maltland F. Griggs.
Mr. Edward 8. Jeffrey, Mrs. Albert
Shaw and Mrs. Carroll Dunham.
The American Olrla AM
will hold an exhibition and aale of lace
made by French and Belgian refugee
"" on weaneaaay afternoon In the
palm room of the Rtta-Cartton. There
will alao be on aale an interesting as
sortment of other' articles and novsltlea
mad by wounded soldiers overseas.
more Wlllcox. Ablation Section. U. S. M
who Is statlonsiTat Norfolk. Va.. acted
aa best man. A email reception fol
lowed at the Cosmopolitan Club.
EhalKii Warburg, who Is a aon of
Paul M. Warburg, vice-governor of U
Federal Reserve Board, and Mra. War
burg. Is stationed at Washington. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Warburg cam ovr from
Washington yatterday for th wedding.
ZHQLI&H SLACKFOBD.
Soa of Presldeat mt Montauk Clafc
Take a. Bride.
Miss Ruth Blackford, daughter of Mrs.
Wallace K Blackford, waa married to
Enalgn Jamea Radford English, aon ot
Mr. and Mrs. William H. English, yes
terday afternoon In 8L Bartholomew'
Church. Brooklyn, by the Rev. Dr. Frank
Maxwell Townley. The ceremony, at
4:10 o'clock, was followed by a small
reception at the home of the bride'
grandmother, Mra Eugene Gilbert Black
ford, 71$ St Mark's avenue.
The bride walked up the aisle with
her uncle. E. Ward Olney, and her
mother gave her away In marriage. The
attendanta were Mrs. Ashbel T. Wall.
Jr., Mrs. Amos Morrill and Miss Natalie
Harkness Jourdan.
William H. English. Jr., wsa his
brother's beet .man, and the ushers were
Ensign Norman J. Gaynor, Lieut. Carle
ton H. Palmer. Cheater U. Palmer. Wal
ter de Grauw. Le Roy Martin, Brookljn;
Lieut. A. C. Barnaby, V. 8. N. : Fred
erick Richardson. Morrlstown, N. J.:
Amos Morrill and Lieut. Ashbel T. Wall.
Manhattan.
The bridegroom's father has been
president of the Montauk Club In
Brooklyn for many years.
EDWARDS LA YUAN.
Packer Scheol 'Ursduat Jtarrlea
Stevens Tech. Engineer.
Miss Florence Eleanor Lnjman, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mra. Edgar L'ortlandt
Layman, and I-e Roy Vogel Edwards
were married yesterday afternoon In St.
John's Methodist Bplscopal Church,
Biooklyn. The Rev. Dr. Albert H. Wil
son performed the ceremony, which waa
followed by a reception fur relatives at
the home of the bride's luients. 24t New
York avenue. The bride wore a gown of
white Katln and Chantllly lace and a
tulle veil fastened by a pearl ornament
Miss Florence Elisabeth Simpson
acted a maid of honor In a frock ot
orchid aatln draped with silk lace, and
carried lavender orchid. The brides
maids were Mis Jean Black, Mlrs Marie
L. McGarvey, Mlas Dorothy Bonawlts
and Mlas Myrtle Fish. They were frocked
In yellow aatln and tulle and carried
atpdeagon and daisies.
Harry A. Moeller was the best man.
and serving aa ushers vere Harold W.
Taft, Erie. Pa.; Edward C. Marsden,
Yonkers; Thomas Stephenson. Hoboken,
and Christopher Jacgar, Brooklyn.
The bride was graduated from Packer
in 191", the same yaar in which Mr.
Edwards was graduated from Steven
Institute. .
ADAMS MINES.
Ensign and Forsasr Yale Man
Wedded Tfew York Glel.
Special Dttpafch to Ths Sin.
Grxenwick, Conn., June 1. Miss
Mary Miner, daughter of Mra. Henry L.
Cammann of 500 Madison avenue, New
York city, and th Maples, Greenwich,
was married to Enalgn William li.
Adams, U. S. N.. son of Eldrldge L.
Adams, New York, this afternoon at
12:10 o'clock In the Rosemary Chapel.
Th Rev. M. George Thompson, rector
of Christ Episcopal Church, Greenwich,
officiated. The bride wa attended by her
slater, Mrs. AVllllam C. Browning, Nor
folk. Va., as matron of honor, and Mlas
Emily Adama. sister of 4be bridegroom,
and Mlas Margaret Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gllbart Smith.
Greenwich, a bridesmaids. Ensign
Cyril Jon. V. & N., stationed at New
port, was best man.
The ushers were Eldrldge Adams, New
York, a brother of th bridegroom : Will
iam C. Browning, Norfolk, and Ensign
Jams Irvine, U. 8. N. A reception fol
lowed ths ceremony at the Fairfield
house, adjoining the Maple, after whloh
th couple departed on a motor trip
through tb New England States.
Mis Miner i a graduate of the Sar
gent School, Camtpidge, Masa M!r.
Adam was a member of the junior
class In the Sheffield Scientific Depart
ment, Yale, when he enlisted in the navy
In AprD, HIT. He recently received hi
eoBsmlsslon and is now stationed at
Nantucket.
BEAM WEAVER.
Brldca-rsssa, Wary Aviator, Son of
bats Woraeam Brace Ream.
soisl 0feA f Ts Set.
Hasttoxd, Conn., June 1. Mis Mary
8. W saver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles 8. Weaver of Putnam Heights
and Thompson, and &lut. Lout Mar
shall Ream, an aviator of the United
Statea Navy, aon of Mr. Norman Bruce
Ream of Carolyn Hall, Thompson and
New York, and the late Mr. Ream, rail
road capitalist and steel manufacturer,
war married in the Congregational
ChurcH Thompson, to-day by Rev.
William B. Chass and Rev. Thsoder
Manning HodgsAon, West Hartford.
Th brld was attended by her sister,
Miss Barbara Hadden Weaver. Mis
inaa Deeaau. New YSrk; Miss Harriet
MoGuir. West Haven. Masa: Miss
Dora Loweree, Thompson, and Miss
Alice Robitschek, Bay Shore, L. I.
Norman P. Ream wa best man and
th usher wer Lieut. Nelson Double
day, Bay Shors: Lieut. Crl Lolrman,
Akron. Ohio: Lieut Howard Luther.
Attleboro. Masa. who r associate of
Mr. Ba tn
IB oavai aarvice, ana
jpgsrflt "vr gw
ward Rm and Capt. Thomas Tboms
on, V. B. A. A recaption waa held at
the hom of tl bride' parents. After
?. if wl0'ln trip Lieut. Ream and
Mra Ream will live at Chevy Chase. Md.
ALXER JQBES.
New York Coast Married at Loag
leland Coaatry Plac of arid.
Lieut. Jamas Ward Alker, In command
of th V. s. 8. rtorejuc. was married at
Great Neck yesterday afternoon to Mlas
JVC A Tnn.. A . -. . .
Jonee of ISO Eaat Thirtieth street, Man-
lanan. -ire jones ra rally ha a country
horn at Grat Neck, a ha aleo th
Alkai eBtnllv Tk. .ti . k
"-." . ,w ni.n iui.ii iiuw im
at 21 Kat Slxty-alxth Mre,t, MnhtU-
Th crmony wu prfOrmd In All
Balmta fhnrvr. h tk. . Dau tt.hr-
.v aiaapv iiari laim-
lnd Huske. The maid of honor wa
ansa num Merger, and the bridesmaid
ware Mis Margaret L. Ellwndr and
Fannl Poet
Hanrv A All... . .v. v.i-
groom, waa beat man. He is also In th
'''' service. Tne usftera wer Kdwara
f nA Una.a.4 . , v.. J 1 a
Oeorge T. Meyer, Ttomaa Cowl and
Aa . n. .
'.! t, oicrca.
Tha r). 11-r.Vi Amjimimi u
Stars and Strlpea and lilies.
MclUQHm WILLIST0I.
BrldeaTrooni I Captain In Arasy
aaa sa of Jadge McLaaahlts.
Spxiat Pttpateh la Tn tus.
CAMsntDot. Masa, June 1. Th wd-
dlnr of Mlaa Mnmnl Wllll.tnn
daughter of Prof. Samuel Wllllston, pro
fessor at ths Harvard law school, and
Capt. Cheater B, McLaughlin of th
iimMvr uorpr, rv. A., iook place
this afternoon In Appleton Chapel. The
ceremony wa performed by Prof.
George H. Palmer of Harvard, assist!
by the Rev. Samuel M. Crothers.
Capt. McLaughlin Is the son ot Judge
Chester B. McLaughlin. Albany. M. Y.
He waa graduated from Harvard In 1115
and waa a student in the law school
when he enlisted.
Miss Mary Holden. Lowell, a cousin
of ths bridegroom, attended the bride.
Capt McLaughlin's best man was his
brother. Lieut Warner McLaughlin.
New York. Th usher were Philip Hill,
Dedham. unH r.i,t ThMiinu ? .... i ,
the Adjutant-General's office at Albany.
" wiiusion gave nis aaughtsr In
marriage. A amafl reception at th
Wllllston hom at Belmont folktwad His
ceremony.
HUDSON KEHDRICX.
Xaval Saulgtsi Wed Jtoaktr ot
IPsosalitoat Keatacky Family.
Ensign Charles Hugh Lounsberry
Hudson, V. 3. N. R. and Mia Paulln
Boorom Hendrlck. daughter of Mr. and
Mra Buford Hendrlck of Frankfort Ky..
were married yesterday at Marble Col
leglatc Church by the assistant pastor,
the Rev. Oliver BarnhUl. The bride was
atended by her slater. Miss Agnes Hend
rick, aa maid of honor. Capt. J. B.
Hendrlck acted as best man.
The bridegroom is a grandson of
C. H. H. Hudson of Stamford. Conn. He
Is soon to enter the Naval Academy for'a
short period of training, during which
time he and Mra Hudson will make
Annapolis their home.
EICKEMEYES BREVOORT.
Ceremony t ailed Two of Oldest
Fanatlle la Yonker.
Mlsa Florence Brevoort, daughter of
Mr. snd Mrs. Jams Ren wick Bre
vort of S0 North Broadway, Yonkers,
was married yesterday afternoon to Ru
dolph Elckemeyer, member of the Yon
kers Board of Education. The wedding,
Which UnttMf tn nf lh. nAmt fm11lA.
of Yonkers, took place at 4 o'clock.
tne ev. reter H. Goldsmith, former
pastor of the Unitarian Congregational
Church of Yonkere.. officiating. The cou
ple will pass their honeymoon In a six
weeks tour of the Weet, and upon their
return a ill live In the Elckemeyer home
In Yoassrs.
Th bride's father, an artist. Is one of
th oldest member of th National
Academy of Art. The bride also Is an
artist. Mr. Elokemeyar. son of th late
Rudolph Elckemeyer, Inventor of rail
way appliances, ts noted aa an amateur
photographer and a world traveller.
CLARK DODD.
Ceremony Porfsnned at Bride'
Home In Eaat Oraase.
Ml!n Matilda Elizabeth Dodd, daugh
ter of Mrs. David Asa Dodd of East
Orange, N. J., nnd William Clark of
Arlington. N. J were married last night
at the bride's home by the Rev. David
O. Irving, paetor of Bethel Presbyterian
Church. East Orange, assisted by Rev.
Dr. Stewart of Newark.
Miss Enola Merts of Belleville waa
maid nf honor and the bridesmaid were
th Silases Elisabeth A. Clark and Jessie
Clark, sisters of the bridegroom. Alex
ander 8chwtnzr of Arlington was best
man and the ushers were Raymond
Mertx of Belleville, Harold Sonn and
Horace Winshlp of Newark.
BURRAGE MoCHESNEY.
Military Wedding; Takes Place at
Eaat Orange.
Miss Helen McChesney, dnughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Dlsbrow McChes
ney of East Orange, N. J., and Capt.
Percy Froser Burrage, U. 8. A., sta
tioned at Camp Meade, were married
Inst night at the residence of lie bride
by tho Itev. Dr. Robert Brewster Heat
tie, pastor of Munn Avenue Presbyterian
Church, East Orange.
Mra Richard Cuthbert, Jr.. of Phila
delphia, was matron of honor and Ray
mond Fish of New York waa best man.
Tie bride presented a wrist watch to
her matron of honor and Capt Burrage's
gift to his best maa was a belt and
buckle.
ORCUTT MURRAY.
Industrial Chemist Is Bride nf an
Army Officer.
Miss Ruby Rivers Murray, second
daughter of Mra William H, H. Murray
and th late "Adirondack" Murray of
autlford. Conn., waa married herr yes
terday to Capt. John C. Orcutt. son of
Mra Flora A. B. Orcutt of Cheater. Vt.
Mrs. Osrutt la a graduate ot Mt. Holy
oke. A. Tt. 1812. and A. M. 1914, and
Ph.D. Cornell 1911, and has been en
gaged in Industrial chemistry. CaDt.
Orcutt (University of Vermont, Class of
1910) formerly Assistant Secretary of
the Boston Chamber of Commerce and
last year with the New York Merchant'
Association, Is now Captain In a special
division of th Quartermaster Corps,
National Army,
MOSELEY THOMAS.
Yoang Boston Banker and Broker
Wedded at Ipswich,
gpsrlal Seagate Ts Sis.
Boston, Jun I. Mtss Elisabeth
Whltwell Thomas and Benjamin Poore
Mossley were married at the Church of
th Ascnston at Ipswich t onlay. Tho
bride is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
Isaao Rand Thomas, ths latter formerly
Mis Gertrude S. Fabyan of 103 Com
mon wealth avenue and Ipswich.
Mr. Moat ley Is th eldest son of
Frederick Strong Moseley of 144 Bea
con street. Th bridegroom ts uo
ckated with hi father Imth banking
aaa knteSeTS httafA af T. 8. Moly
THE SUN, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1918. ' 9 i J
A Co. He Is a Harvard '14 man and
a member of th Exohange and Harvard
clubs, Th Rev. Alexander Mann, rec
tor of Trinity Church, 'Boston, offici
ated, assisted, by ths Rev. Robert B.
Parker, rector of th Ipswich Church.
Th brld' attendant were Mrs. F.
Haven Clark. Jr., a matron of honor,
and Miss Charlotte Moaeley and Mrs.
Theodore Frothlngham, Jr.
Mr. and Mm. Moseley held a recep
tion following the ceremony at Sfon
stone, th summer plac at Ipswich
purchd recently by Mr. Thorn an
a wedding gift to hi daughter. The
couple will return there for the sum
mer following a weddng journey.
Bowes
Saaford.
Miss Ruth Marjorie Sanford. a niece
of Mr. and Mrs. Chase E. Williams.
Nyack. N. Y.. waa married to Durant
Bowers, son by a former marriage of
Mr. John A Weeks of 41 West Forty
eventh street and Oyster Bey, yester
day afternoon In th chantry, of Grace
Church by th rector, the ncv, Dr.
Charles Lewis Blattery. It was a very
tmpl wedding and only a few relatives
wl massed th marriage ceremony. The
brld wore an afternoon costume of dark
blu taffeta with hat to correspond. She
had no attendant and there wer no best
nun or ushers. Immediately .after the
ceremony Mr. Durant and hi brld left
on a wedding trip.
Johaoa Hellter.
' Mlaa Blanch Hellyer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Hellyer of It Fifth street.
Union Course, was married last evening
to Pari R. Johnson, Quartermaster
Corps, United Stntes Marine Corps, by
the Rev. Howard Richards at the Metho
dist Episcopal panonag on Fifth atreet
Brooklyn, In the presence of a small
group of friend and relatives.
The bride was attended by Mtss
Evelyn R. Toblar, maid of honor, and
the best man was Roy Hollyer. a brother
af the bride and of the United States
Marine Corps, stationed at Dover, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson leave this eve
ning for their home at S9 Oneida street,
Uttca, N, Y., where Mr. Johnson Is sta
tioned. Bellamy Meyer.
Miss Edith Bsnsen Meyer of !0I Mid
land avenue, Montclalr. and Lieut
Charles J. Bellamy, Springfield, Mass.,
were married yesterday afternoon at
th St Regis Hotel. The officiating
clergyman was Bishop Darlington,
Wllkesbarre. Mrs. T. Russell Brown of
Scaradala was her sister's matron of
honor, and Miss Helen Fredenberg, New
York, was the maid of honor. The best
man was Lieut Theodore Blood, Am
sterdam, N. Y. An Informal reception
followed the ceremony.
Colry Wnrta.
tfitclnl Itttpatrk to Tas 3ux.
PlTTsnt'Rn. June 1. Mies Laura Jay
Wurts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander Jay Wurts of this city, and
Bradley Lancaater Coley, eon of Dr.
and Mra William Tlradley Cnley of
Park avenue. New York, were married
In Calvary Eplsoopal Church here this
afternoon, tho Rev. Dr. James W. Mc
Ilvalne officiating. He was assisted by
the Rev. Dr. Edwin Van Etten. Miss
Marianne Howe Rea was maid nf honor
and the bridesmaids were Misses Edith
snd Anne Rea and Miss Mary Murtland,
Pittsburg: Miss Edith Whlttemore, St.
Louie : Miss Jsne Booth, Youngstown ;
Miss Dorothea Abbot, New York, and
Miss Laura Coston, Philadelphia. Miss
Helen Coley, sister of the bridegroom,
was flower girl. Walker Swift, New
York, was beat man, and the ushers
Included Arthur McGraw. Detroit : Lieut.
Donald Kofeb, Minneapolis: William St
Clair Child and Llsut. Thomas Chllds
Wurts. Pittsburg, and Lieut. David
Ford, David Gregory, Richard Robblna
and William Bloomer, New York.
Myers Maelatyr.
tpiciat Dftpalch to Tas Si v.
Boston, June 1. Miss Lillian Macln
tyre, daughter of tho late Mr. and
Mrs. Exra T. Maclntyre, and Capt. Don
ald J. Myers. U. S. A., Denver, were
married to-night at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert F Wlcht, 75 Evans
road, Urookllnc. Mrs. WlKht In a sis
ter of the bride, who has been making
her home with another sister, Mrs.
Frederick W. Sprint; of Beacon street,
Brookllne. Edgar Rust, Detner, who
Is In the naval aviation cervlco, training
at Cambrigde. was beit man. Capt.
Myers Is Rationed at Galveston.
Military Weddlns; at Itlchmond
Hill.
Miss Ruth H Packman was married
to IJeut. Merrill N, Foote at t o'clock
jeateiday afternoon at tie Episcopal
Church of the Resurrection. Richmond
Hill, th rector, Itev. William 1. Kvati.
officiating. The bride made her home
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Xeator, of 532 Cedar avenue,
and th bridegroom In a son of .Mr. and
Mra Isaac Newton Foote, formerly of
Richmond HI. Th matron of honor was
the bride's slstsr, Mra P. W. Lyon, Rich
mond Hill, and the bridesmaids Miss
Anna Fallor, daughter of Prof. Isaac N.
Fallor. and Mlas Margaret Lyon, both
of Richmond H11L Lieut. Wllllum 1'ud
ney. Camp Crane, Allentown, wns beat
man, while other officers from this camp
acted as ushers.
Meat. Prenderg-aat Take Bride.
Mis Irene Hull, daughter of Mrs.
Washington Hull, of 154 South Portland
avenue. Brooklyn, was married to Lieut.
Thomss Hull rrendergast, U. S. Kncl
neors. at noon yesterday In the First Tnl
tarlnn Church of the Savior by the Rev.
John 11. Lathrop. The bridegroom Is the
son of Ex-Comptroller and Mrs. William
A. Prendergaet of 85 Eighth avenue.
Tho decision of the young couple to wed
yesterday came at 7:30 A. M. fallowing
the receipt by Lieut. Prenurgat 0f
orders to return at onco to hl qfmipany.
Tho brldo was attended bvheY t-lstcr,
Mlsa Julia Pauline Hull. Capt, Haley,
I'. S. A was best man. Only Inimi-dlato
relatives of the bride's family were pres
ent at the ceremony. Mr,' und Mrs.
Prendergan left for Camp Humphreys.
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED.
Announcement haa been made of the
enRagcment of Mis Hester Noel Har
rows, daughter of the late Ir Charles
Clifford Barrows, to Ensign Duncan Mc
Callum Dayton. U. 8. N, It., son of Mr.
and Mrs. James O. Dayton ot this city.
Miss Barrows was introduced to society
verl seasons ago. No date has been
mentioned for the wedding.
Mr. snd Mrs. J, Ferris Lockwood of 123
East Seventy-sixth street hnvn an
noucced the enRagcment of their dauih
ter, Miss Eleanor Lockwood, to Lieut.
Joseph Delaney Ilurge, Engineer Corps,
U. S, A attached to tho American Ex
peditionary Forces In France, Since last
January Miss lockwood haa been serving
aa a nurse's aid with the American Red
Cross tn th refuge hospital at Tout,
France. Lieut Burgo ts n son of Mr.
and Mra Joseph Burro of Loulsvtll.
Ha was graduated from the University
ot Michigan In 1112.
The engagement has been announced
of Mips I.uclll Megan, daughter of Mrs.
Chart Mag-an of 740 Riverside Drive,
to Paul Maclcall Prke, eon of Mr, and
Mra Norman Hinds X'rlce of New Ro
chelle, N. Y.
Miss Agatha Xatherluo Galvln, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Galvln of
141 Riverside Drive, will be married to
Matthew T, Murray, Jr., of Richmond
Hill, L. I., on the morning ot June IE In
the Church of the Ascension, 107th
street, near Broadway, Miss Galvln,
whose father Is president of the Board
of Water Supply, was Introduced to so
ciety three season ago. After the oere
mony a reception will be held at th
hasB af th Mat's fafmBts,
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CARNEGIES ARRIVE
AT BERKSHIRE HOME
Family Takes Up Summer
Abode in Shadow
Brook.
NEW YORKERS AT LENOX
W. Roscoc Bonsai Tnkes Two,
Year Lease and Option on
Vcntfort Hall.
tptHal Dttpatch to Tns St.
Lenox, Miss., June 1. Andrew Car
negie came up to th Berkshire this
afternoon, travelling In th parlor tar
of the Berkshire special. Heretofore he
lias hid the use or Charle M. ischwab's
private car, but th decree of Jlh. Gov
ernment not to haul private cars affected
Mr. Carnegie and he choe a parlor car
apartment rather than make tpe trip
In an acuomoblle. Mrs. Carnegie and
Miss Margaret Carnegie, John A. Poln
ton, Mr. Carnegie's secretary., and some
servants made .up the "party.
Mr. Carnegie looked a trifle fatigued
when he stepped off the csr at Stock
bridge Station, where his limousine was
waiting. He took In sevenl deep breath
of the rarlflecl air and waved hi hand
at some of the servant of hi house
who were at tho station to receive th
party.
Shadow Brook hall waa banked with
Iris, clarkla and roses, a were other
rooms on the ground floor. The set
ting In Mr. Carnegie' rooms comprised
Ophelia roses, of which he I very fond.
Mrs. Thomas J. Preston. Jr., who. ha
been visiting her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Dell, at
the Red Lion Inn. Stockbridge, for ten
days, returned to New York this after
noon, Mrs. John S. McLennan of Canada, ar
rived at her country plae in Tyrlngham
this afternoon.
Arriving at the Red Lion Inn were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Brsklne, Miss
Ersktne. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert J. Street
Jr.. Miss Ruth Street. New York: Mr.
and Mi. William F. Ross. Jr.. It W.
Belts. Brooklyn: Mr and Mrs. E. J.
Warfleld, Cranford. N. J., and Mra It T.
Wilcox, Summit, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. George Blake have ar
rived at Pino Needles from Welleslsy,
Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Roscoe Bonsai with
Miss Edith Bonsai and Warwick C. Bon
sai opened Ventfort Hall to-day. Mr.
snd Mrs. Bonssl have taken a two years
lease of the hall with an option for the
purchase of the property from the es
tate of George H. Morgan.
Gtraud Foster, who has been at Curtis
Hotel, has returned to New York.
Miss Edith Blair and Miss Crane. Chi
cago, who are touring, left Curtis Hotel
to-day for Vermont.
Henry D. Lyman and Mr. and Mr. A.
M. Chapman. New York, are at the Ma
plewood, I'tttafleld.
Mrs. William Weld, Newport: Mra
William Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fos
ter, Mra T. R. B. Wade, Mis A. Fox.
Miss A Bliss, Mlas M. H. Stao'c. Miss M.
LltchfUld. New York; Mrs, Leroy Sar
gent. New Rochelle, arrlveu at Curtis
Hotel.
Mra Newbold Morris will arrive at
Brookhuret next Thursday for the sea
son. Mrs. William M. Klngsland and Mrs,
Francis C. Barlow will arrive at their
country places Tuesday and Mr. and
Mrs. William E. D. Grlswold will come to
Wyndhurst from Greenwich on June 3.
Miss Man' Parsons opened Stonaover
to-day for the season. Miss Gertrude
Parsons Is engaged In army canteen
work near Paris.
Mr. and Mra. Adrlsn M, HerzoK are
expected In Lenox Monday for tho sea
son. Carl A. de Gersdorrt has donated the
use, of five aeron in Stockbridge for "war
garden" for the villagers, and a flag
raising was held till week at the gar
dens at which Mr. and Mrs. Degersdorft
cro present.
SUMMER HOMES OPENING.
Many PhllndrlphUn Golan" to
Coan try and Seashore.
Special Pttpatcfi to Tns Sin.
PHit.ArEt.rniA. June 1. Mr.. George
Wentworth (,'arr. Overbrook, Is isltlng
her dnughter, Mrs. Howard Fremont
Okie, In Wyoming, for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dcschamps
Rothner are at home In their residence
on Dalrd road, Merlon. Mrs. Rothner
wss MIsh MniKUerlte Bowes. Her wed
ding took place In April.
Mrs. Alden Lee, who spent several
weeks at Yorktown, Va., has returned
to her parents' home Bryn Mawr.
Mrs. W, Kemhle Yarrow haa returned
to Strafford from a visit to New Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Pequlgnot and
family have taken a cottago at Cape
May for the summer.
Miss Anna Barnard, Bryn Mawr. will
entertain at bridge at her home on
June 7 In honor of Miss Emllle Eleanor
Owens, whose marriage to Mlsa Bar
nard's brother, J. Chandler Barnard,
will take place on June 12.
Mra. John Harrison has opened Far
I Away cottage, her summer home at
,Uar Harbor,
ueut. anu Mrs. Aiarmaauke Tllden or
the Little White House, Lenox road,
Jenkintotvn, are receiving congratula
tions upon the birth or a daughter.
Mrs. Tilden will be remembered as Miss
Ellen Frnaler, daughter of Mr. and Mra
Georgo Harriron Fraxicr.
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home lat evening from Chelsea, where
she hns been the guest of Mra. Hiram
J. Gibson of Penfield, who has taken
a rottnge there for the summer.
Walter L. Pyle, Jr.. has returned from
Harvard College, and Is vWtlng hie
parents, Dr. and Mra. Walter L. Pyle.
at their home In Merlon, nr.nir.ld. v n
lenterliiR the university training camp at
JPIattsburg, N. Y.
Mrs. Chnrles Iuls Borle 3d, 'who has
neen passing some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Glover
Clay, has aona to Fort du Pont, Del,
ware, where leut. Borle Is stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay and Mies Grctchen
Clay are occupying their summer home
at Jenktntown.
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HATS, GOWNS,
WAISTS, VEILS,
FURS, NECKWEARS.
We are prepared to
meet all demands for
best quality crepe.
Largo shipment
unexpectedly arrived.
No Adtaat la Prle.
375 Fifth Ave. 35th St.
Boston Copley Sq.
OBITUAKIES.
HENRY DENTS0N BABC0CK.
Henry Denlton Babcock, ton ot the
late tiamuel D. Babcock, tho Standard
Oil capitalist, died at hla home, 20 East
Fifty-second street, last nlRht at the
age of 71. Mr. Babcock was a former
partner of Holllster & Babcock, brokers,
and until a short time before his death
ws a special partner In the firm ot
Harris, Wlnthrop A Co., 32 Liberty
;tree,t. He retired from business In
anu'ary, when his health began to fall.
, He was born In this city and wus
graduated from Columbia University In
1S68. He married Miss Anna M. Wood
ward, daughter of the late Robert Wood
ward, forty-Qve years ao. Airs. Bab
cock, two sons and a daughter, Mrs.
Henry Rogers Wlnthrop, survive him.
One son, Richard F., Is a Lieutenant In
the National Army, stationed In Geor
gia. He Is also survived by Mrs. For
dyce Parker, Mrs. Henry A. Murray
and the Misses Elizabeth, Maria and
Kate Babcock, sisters.
Mr. Babcock was a trustee of the
Central Trust Company and formerly an
officer of the Colonial Ileal Estate As
sociation and New York Real Estate As
sociation. He wa a trustee of St.
Luke's Hospital. His clubs included the
Metropolitan, Union league, Aero, Rid
ing, Son of the Revolution and Military
Order of Foreign War.
ELDER LORD PACKARD.
Elder Lord Packard, fifteen years
with Phelps, Dodge & Co. and for the
past twelve years a resident of Passalo
and Rutherford, N. J died at his home.
44 Courier place. Rutherford. Friday
night from a stroke of apoplexy suf
fered an Monday night Mr. Packard
was born In Buffalo, but In his youth
moved to New York, where' he lived a
number of years before going to New
Jersey. He was n member of the Pas
saic City Club and other organisations.
He Is aurvlved hi hU wife who wss
Miss Pauline Mallery of Passaic, and
one son. j
MRS. ARTHUR COOPER.
Mrs. Nornfh I.o!ee Cooper. !, a
teacher In Packard Business College for
forty years, died Friday night after a
long Illness In her home, 223 South Fifth
avenue. Mount Vernon. Hhe wa born
at Port Ewen. N. Y. She was head of
tho department of stenography since
that subject was Introduced tn the Pack
ard school, having retired three years
ago. For many years she was assistant
superintendent and leader of the Chau
tauqua Circle of the First Methodist
Sunday School of Mount Vernon. Bhe
is survived by her husband. Arthur Coo
per, and her mother, Mra H. M. Eltlnge.
STACY B. "WATERS.
Rtscy nenjomin Waters, expert
breeder of Irish setters for more than
twenty years and winner of many en
tries in Eastern kennel shows, died Fri
day in his home, 3S1 Hawthorne street
Brooklyn. He was born In Troy, N. Y.,
and had been connected with the Tene
ment House Department In this city
from Its organisation. He leaves a
widow and eon.
THE REV. JOHN MARMAROSS.
The Rev. John Marmaross. S3, for
nine years post secretary of the Y. M.
C. A. at Ellis Island, died Friday In the
Flushing Hospital, following an opera
tion for appendicitis.
He wss born In Monasilr, Turkey, and
came to this country In his youth. He
resided with hla family at 34 Filmore
street. Corona. He leaves his wife and
Ave children.
SAMUEL A. WALSH.
Samuel Armstrong Walsh, retired
stock broker nnd prominent clubman,
died Friday evening at his homo, 615
Fifth avenue, following an attack of
heart disease.
Mr. Walsh, who was TO years old, wan
a member of the Union, Knickerbocker,
Racquet and Tennis, Pt. Nicholas and
Midday clubs and the Sons of the
American Revolution.
JAMES H. THOMPSON.
James H. Thompson, "5 years old, of
85 Lamartlne avenue, Yonkers, died In
his home yesterday afternoon after a
lone Illness. Mr Thompson, up to the
time of his retirement In 1910, was a
buyer for R. II. Macy Co. He was
bom in West Farms, N. Y. Besides hit
widow he leaves four children, two eons
and two daughters.
GEORGE C. LYON.
George C. Lyon, manager of the firm
of Drake Brothers, stock brokers, of
(!6 Broadway, died suddenly following
an attack of heart disease yeaterday In
the Grove street station of the Hudson
tubes. He was E0 years old and lived
at 76 Bentley avenue, Jersey City.
WINS CROSS OP WAR.
Joseph O. Wells of Klnsston, Jf. J.,
I Decorated.
Mrs. Joseph Garneau of Kingston. N.
J., has received word that her nephew,
Joseph Garneu Wells, a member of Sec
tion 625, American Ambulance In France
has received the Croix fle Guerre front
the French Government for meritorious
service.
Wells, who Is only 21 yearn old. went
abroad two years ago upon hla grJdu
ation from the Newman Hchool In Hark
enxack and enlisted In the French Am
bulance Service, transferring when the
United States entered the war. His
home was at Kingston.
Barnard to Continue Canteen.
The canteen for men In uniform con
ducted by Barnard College girls In the
Columbia boathouse has proved such a
success that It will be continued through
ths summer. Assistance from the Al
umna of the college has made this pni.
slble. In the last few weeks the girl
have been entertaining many French
and English sailors.
Orchestral Conceit
Metropolitan Qxm
Home Orchestra
AxturBoiaxahif
--ConJuctov to
jCeo Ornstein
an J theAmpico
ReproJudngBano
Carnegie Hall '
TueiJaif.June 4
JPM.Sharp-
HOOVER TO CENSOR
BEEF FROM MENUS
Plans Simpler Diet in Hotels,
Clubs and Itcstnurants for
Slimmer Season.
f peclal ttetpatcS to Tns Srtv.
Wasiiinotov, June 1. The blue pen
cil of Herbert HobveAnltl next strike
the menu cards of hotels, clubs and
restaurants and the soft drink stands
of the country. Mr. Hoover thinks that
dinners served In public places are too
elaborate for war times. Ho believes
there should be curtailment.
All foods needed for overseas shipment
probably will be banned hy Mr. Hoover
and a request made that hotels and res
taurants nerve on tho plan of "regular"
dlnnern and luncheons, with choice of
foods narrowed to n few viands.
'The tlm has arrived when both
hotels and restaurants can simplify their
cuisine hy a reduction in the number of
Items," It wa stated to-tlay. "This can
be accomplished by cooperation. During
June, July and August we are extremely
anxious to secure a reduction of fresh
beef consumption to maintain the Allien'
supply and we must secure this without
substitution of pork or poultry, of which
we hv enough for the ordinary course
nf consumption, but not enough to pro
vide for their additional use as substi
tutes for beef.
"Wo have supplies of by-products, such
as nx tails, tongues, livers, kidneys,
sweetbreads, tripe and brains, becauso
only the meat cuts nre being exported.
Use of these could be employed, but
mora especially the use of eea food, vege
tables and fruit Is desired."
Manufacturers of candy and soft
drinks have been ordered to make a
statement showing the amount ot sugar
they havo used since January 1. Those
who have used more than their share
must cut down, nnd failure, tn do an will
place offenders within the pale ot hoard
ing. These manufacturers have been In
formed that they can use 80 per cent,
of the'r last year's sugar consumption In
their work this jear.
VASSAR ELECTIONS HELD.
null President Are Selected liy
t'ndergrsdante Body.
Special Deipatch to Tnr. 5c.
PouaitKKXi'SiE, June 1. The under
graduates at Vasear Colleno to-day
elected hall presidents snd made nomi
nations for officers for tho Hass of 1921.
The hall presidents as elected to-day
were as follows :
Davison Hall Mary Olive Wsll!,
class of 1920, Pes Moines, Iowa.
Josselyn Hall Elisabeth Gorham
Garlord, 1920, Winchester, Mass.
Lathrop Hall Mildred Parkhurst
llooth. 1 y 2ft New Haven, Conn.
North HallIsabel Marjorlcbanks
MacLelsh, 1920, Gleacea. 111.
Raymond Hall Barbara Romeyn.
1920, Keesevllle, N. Y.
Strong Hall Eleanor Klssam, 120,
Queens, L. I.
The following nominations were mad
for class of 1920 for next year:
Preaident, Katherine Casitoman Cox,
Brooklyn, and Marion Allen Keith,
Greenville, Mass. ; vice-president Lucy
Buttln. St. Louis, nnd Frances Battelle
Fenton, Columbus : secretary. Katharine
Blxby. Long Beach, Cal., and Melville
Wortham Otter. Louisville ; treasurer,
Clifford West Sellers. Montclalr, N. J.,
and Carolln Walker, Chicago; war ser
vice committee. Carolyn Rogers Aver
beech. New York city, and Lucy Buttln,
St. Ixiuls; chalimau sophomore patty,
Edith May Wclsers, Detroit and Lclaa
Grnemi Wilson, Grosso Point Shores,
Wis.
WILL SING NEW ANTHEM.
t horns in Gle "-The New "World"
In I'rnapret Park.
"The New World," the latest patriotic
hymn, which seeks to supplant "Tho
Star Spangled Banner" as the national
anthem, will he sung for the first time
In public In Prospect Pnrk next Sun
day afternoon, June 9, by n chorus of
reerul hundred olcei led by Dr. Gio
vanni Contemn.
Tho composer Is a professor of har
mony In the summer session of the
College of the City of New York, nnd
the author of the lyric is a Major In
the United States Army, who has not
disclosed hli Identity The occasion will
mark the npenlnu of the conceit season
In the Brooklyn park.
KERMTT ROOSEVELT HONORED.
Colonel Hear Sun Its Won the
British .Military Cross.
Col. Theodore Roosevelt was made
happy jesterday nn his return fiom his
Western tour when he found a com
munication from the State Department
In WashliiKton that his sun, Capt. Ker
mlt Roosevelt, had rerehed the Ilrltlsh
military ciots for gallantry In action In
two engagements.
Capt. Kernilt Roosevelt enlisted In the
British army more than a year ago and
was assigned to Mesopotamia. Recently
ho obtained his transfer to the Amer
ican army nnd he Is now on his way
to France.
JEE3.
:QHnQ:
MAIS ON
BERNARD
FIFTH AVE., at FIFTY-SEVENTH ST.
Continuance of
CLEARANCE SALES
Final Reductions
GOWNS MANTEAUX
SPRING FURS HATS
Extraordinary Offerings
For Monday and Tuesday
Smart Capes and
Manteaux
$35 $50 $75
Esrlisr priced $65 to $150
Late models, in Duvetinc,
Velours, Tricolette and
Satin, which have not here
tofore been featured in the
Sale.
Fifth Avenue it Fifty-seventh Street
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NURSES ARE URGED
TO JOIN RED GROSS
Appeal o All Issued by Prefl
dent and Field Scrvlcn
Director. :
Mlas Clara D. Noyes, president ot lh
American Nurses Association and di
rector of the Bureau of Field Service,
Department of Nursing, American Had
Crcrt, has Issued tho following appeal
to nurses to enroll a American Bad
Cross nurses for military assignment:
"To the 40,000 member of th Amsr
Icnn Nurses Association:
"Let my first message be an appesj.to
enroll in tho lied Cross nursing irre.
"To the thousands of nurses who hav
,not yet Joined the association, who per
hapi have not yet registered:
"Let me beg of yen to register now.
"instead of 4M0 member of th
association we shnld have 10.000; In
stead of 20.000 member of the Rd
Cross nursing service, let ue have 40,000.
"Do you know that the American
Nurses Association pledged i tat If to or
ganise tho Red Cross nursing esrvlr?
Wo have tedoemed the pledge; now 1st
us fulfil tho unexampled responsibilities
and the marvellous privilege It open.
"We nurses are the only women who
he been trained for the incredibly
great task to which we nro called by our
Government. We are the only women
whom the Government permit to- go
with our army and navy. We at th
only women to carry on our glorlou tra
dition. "There I nn Important duty a d"uty
definite and vitnl for every woman in
thla country who ha had a nur'
training. This may not be a change of
duty; It may not be Immediate military
service. But It Is an ohllgatlon on every
I nurse that she he enrolled In such a way
mai ner services may ne Known, ana
that she may be within communication.
"There are many thousands of nur
who are not regiatered. Itegiater now;
join the American Nurses Association;
enroll In the Red Cross nursing service!
"Let all stand up and be counted, evn
If every one cannot Immediately accept
active service. Let us show the world
the strength of our organisation and
our resources. C'l.AnA I). Noma,
1 "('resident American Nurses Assoc la
(Moa.' ,
IMORE RENTALS AT NEWPORT.
I'rriton (ilbann to Tell lliiierieses
nt Front.
Special Deipatch to Ths Sin.
Nkwport, June 1. Thero were two
more cottage rentals announced to-day,
Mrs, Liunsfocrry J'erry of New York
having changed ne. plan. Mr. and Mrs
Arthur J. Moulton of New York hav
rented from her the Poplars on leroy
avenue. Mrs. W. K. Stttrgrs of Boston
has suhlet to Mrs. Eugene H. Reynal of
New York tho Cadwalader villa on
Bellevue avenue.
Air. and Mrs. ICilward J. Berwind of
New York have set June IS as the data
for their season arrival.
Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte of
Washington, who has been cottage hunt
in., has returned to New York. Mrs.
Hermann Oelrlchs, George Henry Wr
ren and Henry K. Eldrldgv havo also
returned to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. ritorrs Wells have
arrived at their home, Chetwode, On
Bellevue avenuf.
Preston Gibson of Washington will
speak at the training station to-morrow
evening on his experiences In Europe as
an nmbujance driver.
Miss Marxaret H. Busk. Mrs. William
Jay, Mrs. Henry F. Godfrey, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Hay ward Ferry and Mrs. I.y
man C. Josephs have arrived from SW
York.
MRS. BROWN LEFT $1,063,914.
Son unit Three Iianuhtrrs to Gmt
fU44,r2't Each.
A net estate nf J97S,058, with total
assets of 1, 0(13,911, was left by Mra
Nancy Lamb Brown, widow of Samuel
Queen Brown, w ho died in her home at 10
West Fifty-ninth street on June 28, 191,
occordliiR to the transfer tax appraisal
filed in the Surrogates' Court yeterday
from the ofllce of the Deputy Stat
Comptroller.
The assets Included $19,483 in cash,
personal property amounting to 115.840
nnd stocks and bonds valued at $1 028,
r.ril Her holdings nf Tide Water Oil
Company stock totaled $934,M19.
The estate is divided equally between
her Hon, niekson Queen Brown ot 11
Hroadwav, and her daughters, Ixuie H.
Vooihees nf lic, Fast Sixtieth street,
Forencn King Brown erf 160 West Flfty
n Int It street and Margery B. Eagle of
IK, liit Fifty-eighth street. ICach will
receive 124 1.522.
Y. 31, C. A. sii-i-rrturlr tn Princeton
Announcement was made last night by
the War Work Counril nf the Y M. C. A.
that 200 men pieparlng for hervica as
secretaries with the American Kxpedl
tlonaty Force will stnrt for Princeton
University to-morrow to undertake a ftn
ishlng week nf intensive training. Here
after the men will i; tn the university
for two week periods. Alieady 2.800
men have Iweu graduated fiom th
Princeton training course. Besides sec
retarial duties French and Italian are
taught to the students.
A Ne w Group of
Model Gowns
for
Afternoon and Evening
From our Special Order De
partment will be included in
this sale at
$45
Formerly priced $95 to $150
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