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V V FOND NOW HOVERS ON $400,000 MARK Drive Starts Promisingly for 8100,000 for Soldiers' Holiday Smokes. PAltTY PLANS GROWING Fete t Wcimann's Domino IJoom Scores Hit in "Wash ington Heights. With tho Rum of yesterday' donations ndilfd to the Rr&nd tqtM Tll Sun To bacco Fund Is now within about $600 o( the $400,000 mark. The fund h been tnaro denlrous of gcttlnf past thin mark than almost any of Its career, and there Is a reason for Its desire. Once over this mark It will stnrt with every faculty at a tension to got the new hundred thou Mini that will brlnr the fund to tho half million point Not from motive of vanity will the fund stretch every nerve to reach this fine round figure, for although It la proud of Itself nnd prouder of Its fam ily (the donors) It Isn't silly. It alms to reach tho half million from tho high motive of being free to expend all tho money It needs to buy every American soldier abroad, every man In American' khaki In France, In Italy, In Austria, In Turkey, in Germany, satisfying Christmas and New Year's smoke. Two of the donors whose contributions appear to-day have given to the fund a biff boost toward the $400,000, and their example should be, fo.lovved by others to start the fund on the halt million lap. These donors i are A. E. Uechstein and J. 1'. Morgan, and their names have apJ penred In the honor list before. The party held last' night at Wel mann's Domino Room for the soldiers' holiday smokes gave a long wished for opportunity to the residents of Wash ington Heights to attend a Sun fund party. The cabaret entertainment was excellent and won applause. The sales of articles donated for the fund were carried on In a lively fashion and good prices were brought The total receipts to the fund will appear later In the list of daily contributions. 11 1 sr N'laht Planned. On Tuesday night by courtesy of Will iam Fox tHc screen star, Oeorge Walsh, will appear at the benefit vaudeville Riven by the Eighth Coast Artillery Corps, N. Y. Q.. for The Sun Tobacco Fund at the United States Theatre. Webster avenue and 115th street. The show will be under the per sonal i direction of Sergeants Rich ard Tt Nelll and W. W." Cervante. The Field Band under the direction of Serscant Major Bauer will furnish the music, and the following favorites of the Eighth C. A. a. U. Y. !.. will posi tively appear! Hill, Clarke, Llbby, Nelll and Ceryantes. George Hnlpln. a famous veteran clown. Is on for a num ber. Miss May Burke will sing and Miss Lucy Fox and Miss Orace Williams, moving picture stars, will figure also. Miss Ruby Do Ketmer, late of "Pals DIED. RUSH. Killed In action near L Catelet September St. ltttt. Corporal Adolphe I.owr Rush. Company K. 101th Infantry, V. S. A , eldest ion of D. Fairfax and Edith W. U rtush. in the twentieth year of his age. CUSHMAN. A service In memory of Joseph Rathborn Cuahman, corporal Company K, Itftth Infantry, son of the late Joseph Wood Cushman and Mrs. Cuthman. killed In action at 1. Catelet on !eptmbr S, will be held In St. Thomsa'a Church, Fifty-third street ami Fifth avenue, Monday after noon, Noxember 11, at 3:10 1. M. COLEMAN. Robert, Second Lieutenant, Inrantry, N. S. A. In France, of pneu monia. Hon of Robert It. and the lata Edith Elliott Coleman. COLLI RR. Ot heart failure, on Friday evenlnr. Noxemher . at hla residence. 1 OCT Fifth Avenue, Robert J. Collier, beloved husband of Sarah Ptctvard Van Alen Collier, In the forty-third ) ear of his age Nptlcr of funeral later CORNELL. At Hay Sl.l. K I. November 7. arier n ehort lllneee, Robert C. Carnell, son of the late Cleoree J. and Caroline Cornelia Cornell, In the sixty sixth year of his are. Funeral private. DIAZ. Lutitarda, on November r.. -THE FUNERAl. CHURCH." llroadway and Sixty-sixth treet (Frank E. Camp bell's). Notice of funeral late- DLCKEY Killed In action In France on October 1, 11S, Lieut, ."tephen Whit ney DlrUey. Company 110th Infantry, Twenty-elrhth Division, son of Charle I), and !oula Whitney Dickey, in his tenty-second sear. OARPNCn. Killed In action In the Ar ronn Forest front October 3. 101S, Alfred Wild Gardner. First Lieutenant Company B., JOSth Infantry, Heventy seventh Division, age 31. son of the lata Alfred Wild (lardner, M. D., and Mary n Gardner. KELLY. On Friday, November I. Mabel Coltie. at her residence." 31 Weat Fifty- nrst street, after a brief Illness, ot pneumonia, Notlco of funeral hereaftar. KI.AKSS. John it., suddenly on Novem her . beloved husband of Cella (nes Frle. Funeral Monday. 10 A. M., from his late residence. IS Terrell avenue, ltockville Centre. L. I. IIHAD. At Ureenwicn, Conn., November I, Ills. Frederic Mead of 1 West Fifty- elxth street. New Yorlt city. Tuneral private. ROROON Joanna, on November C. Her- Mce. "THE FUNERAL CHURCH." nrosdway and Blaty-slsth street (Frank Camnbell's). Saturday, line A. M. sx:ilACIITEL. On November I, 111 I, at his late residence. Ill West Sixteenth street, Michael Schachtel, Sr., In his eighty-seventh year. Funeral services at Ma late realdsnce . inday. I P. M. Bsrvlcea and Inter ment private. Kindly omit dowers. SLAVAIN Richard, on Novsmber . Sr vices "TUB FUNERAL CHURCH.' llroailnsy and Sixty-sixth strest Krank Campbell's), Saturday, tiJO ! M. THOMAR Suddenly, at his home, Ellis .Mil. N. J Williamson, son of ths late Harah Williamson and David Pre- v ooiit, axe M. Funeral services at SI. John's Church Kllzaheth, Monday afternoon, Novem er 11, at 3 o'clock. It la requested Dm I no flowers be sent. VElJDCR. Killed September 31. Hit, leadiiic his maohlna tun squad la action on the battlefield near L atelet, James Outwatsr Vedder, Com pany K, lOJth U. 8. Infantry, second nin of Harmon A. and Ente D. Vedder, n IhH twentlttli year of his age. eimonai servici ai ni. Jimiu unurcn, Madlaon avenue and Ssventy-ltrst rirert. Sunda). November 10, at 11 O' lock. In MemorUm. i: .IMINH. The Amsrlran Irish llletorl- rai Society recalls with sorrow the date of ths death of Ita bsnsfactsr and tor tner Prealdsnl-OeneraL John D. Crlra mine. n ,' ? 11 haVB' chn ot the candy booth. Almost 1.000 tickets at 11 cents have nlready been sold for this enter tainment. Only general report of Its success V . rccved from Plalnfleld, N. J , ?,ni patrlotlo masquerado and civic ball held In Columbus Hall In that town for the smoke fund last night. The music was furnished by Eddlo Marks' run orchestra and tickets of admission sold for 50 cents. These reports describe a full attendance and a brilliantly' suc cessful party. On November 1C the Acme Club will hold a dance and reception at the rooms of the Hebrew Educational Society In Brooklyn and from It th .mow. fund la to reap all the net proceeds. Tickets for whs fiance are z& cents eaoh. Thankialvlnr v la m iuihrt.i for th aid nf tha anliltae' iiuln, h Coney Island at etauch'a and In the Yama jama Room at the Hotel Ht. Andrew. The latter la n postponed party, It hav ing oeen carried over from Hallowe'en to Thanksgiving on account of the Illness of uarry veltch, the proprietor. ! Fete nt Coney Island. At Stauch's a ball for employees Is a yearly custom, and this year the only jtMt difference In Its management will be that the proceeds aro to go to the boyn "over there" for holiday smoken. This was decided on by the proprietor and manager In conference owing to so many of the employees being now abroad In active service. The yearly ball haa never failed to rean n. harveat of about $1,500, and this should be Increased miner than lessened this, year, since the beneficiary Is so popular. A number of minor entertainments are eoheduled for Thanksgiving eve In addi tion to the above major affair. The aim of each Is to Increase the smoko fund's ability to get cigarettes and tobacco over to the soldiers In time for the holiday. The drive, therefore, for the $100,000 which will bo needed so soon to pay for the millions of holiday packages of smokes which the smoke fund will send over has begun In the matter of enter tainments very promisingly. No-v It Is essential that Individual donors have their gifts In as soon igthey can. Even- dav Is vlctorv aay In the United Cigar Stores now, for Tits Stw fund boxes for the reception of coupons given with to bacco purchases are. It Is said, never neg lected by purchasers. These coupons cut a great figure In the grand total of Tin Son Tobacco Fund. How (he Fond Stands To-day. TIIH SUN and "TOE KVKNINO SUN M.9K.M United Clear Stores boxes. Including special G per cent, ot stoss sales day tt.37110 Otherwise acknowledged... m.:M.l Kew contributions 5TI.90 Total , ShlnDed and Dald for...tr.:i0.1t ttM.SM.U Cash balance 37.ta5.SM Received through the Schulte Clear Storea 3I.S73.02 Grand total..., l3J9.07J.il Kew contribution are: A. It. M Kennedy Valve MU Co.. Elmlra. N. Y. fweek ended Not. SI It. M. Millard. c0 Foster Merrlaat 110.00 10 M s Co.. Mermen. Conn "To helo our splendid bore" V T.. Rahaenaer. N. Y. Co flee and Surar Exchanre. Ill Pearl tt.. New York , Hubbell Bros, Inc.. Derby. Conn.... Mm. r. Smith and Mildred Smllh, MO Decatur it.. Hrookljrn "Metropolitan Ufe Insurance Co - Round Table" (Nov. sub.) J. P. Mortan. :j Wall st 10 00 ceo 1.00 anno coo oo TODDLE SKIRTS NEW MODE. Faahlon Shown at Hits Reveals Locomotion Problem. SklrW nro to bo very narrow at the hem. If the -war time fashion fete held yesterday at the Hltx-Carlton for the benefit of the National League for Vomen9 Service is an Indication. Some of the trownd worn by the beautiful models furnished by Illckson, Inc., were less than thirty Inches In circumference at the bottom, and the wearers simply toddled off the little ntaee erected In the Grand Ballroom of the Rlts. It should bo stated In extenuation that the irownii are not Intended to be worn by women engaged In useful work, Thy are hall gowns, of lovely materials which certainly would never be required for soldiers)' uniforms, so one wonders Just why the makers were so economical of cloth when cutting the skirts. Hut they are gorgeous ball gowns, and the roomful of women (with a large sprinkling of mala dressmakers) uttered many admiring "ohs" and "ahs" as ono by one tho models moved across the stage and down the aisles. In addition to the fashion show there was a little entertainment arranged by Miss Marjorle Curtis. Mile. Valentine Tessler and Mme. Bouquet of the FYench Theatre recited several poems. BELGIAN AT WHITE HOUSE. President Ilrcelvea Vlattlnn Prelate Reception on AVnrahlp, Washington, Nov. S. The PreslJent this afternoon received Mgr. Maurice Carton de WlarU a distinguished Uelglnn prelate, who has been a guest for several days of the Belgian Minister, De Cartler do Marchlenne. The Minister entertained at luncheon for him to-day. Mgr. de Wlart left late m the afternoon for New York, but Is expected to return early next weoli for fi longer visit. He came to America with felicitations to CArdinal nibbons on tho fiftieth anniversary of his priesthood. Marlnus I.. Yde of Denmark was ! celved by the rrosldent this afternoon after the departure of the Belgian prel ate. . Mrs. Dunbar H. Adams of New York, formerly Miss Edith Oracle, arrived In Washington to visit her mother, Mrs. Archibald Qrncle. Lieut, Adams Is now In France. Mrs. Oracle will entertain at dinner on Sunday evening for her daugh ter. Vlce-Admlral Sir William Lowther Orant, naval attache of the British Km bassy. nnd I.dy Orant returned to Washington to-day after a visit In New Vork. Lady Orant received a large company of afternoon callers to-day on board the Wnrrlor, where she an the Vlce-Admiral'are quartered. Lady Orant Is on board by special permission of the Admiralty. Van Klerrli Leaves aSOO.OOO, William II Van Kleeck, who died October 31 In his home, 35 West Sixty ninth street, left an estate of more than 1300,000. according to his will (lied yes terday In the Surrogates' office. The principal of a trust fund of 115,000, es tablished for a sister of the teBtator, will go to the Tuskegeo Normal and In dustrlal Institute after her death, and 15.000 Is given to the Charity Orcnnlia Hon Society of the City of New York The residuary estate Is divided among relatives. Putnams 2 W. 4Sth St, Juit Wail el Slh Ar. Personal Greeting Cards for Christmas Spfcial rtquul hat httn mait hi Goerm rmnlfcr ttrfy CAWimei Shppfnf jretr The Grcatcat Novel of Iho War THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE Dy VICENTE DLASCU IUANEZ FOB SALE AT ANY OOOKSTOJIB ROBERT J. COLLIER DIES WHILE DINING Editor nnd Publisher Stricken ns He Is Seated nt Table With Wife. JUST BACK FROM FRANCE Widely Known Not Only Bo- canso of His Periodical, but ns n Sportsman. Itobert J, Collier, editor and publisher, died of heart disease last night In his home, 1067 Fifth avenue. Mr. Collier had Just returned from France. He was dining with his wife at 7:45 o'clock when ha suddenly fell from his chair to the floor. He was carried to an adjoining room and Dr. Edward II. itogers, sis west 150th street, tho fam ily physician, was summoned, but the publisher was dead. Mr. Collier's father, Peter F. Collier, died aUo of heart dis ease after roturnlng from a horseback ride. Mr. Collier, who was nmong tho best known sportsmen In tho country, was born in New York city .Tune 17, 1876. He was tho son of the late Peter Fenlon Collier and Katherlne Louise Dunne. Ills father, who came here from Ireland, es tabltshcd the publishing business of which hU son has been the recent head and made a place for himself in New York circles which the boy inherited, Young Robert took his A. II. from Georgetown University at Washington In 1894 and afttrward finished his educa tion with a year at Oxford and another at Harvard. aiarrted. Sara Van Alen. On July 26. 1902. at Newport, R. I., he married Miss Sara Stewart Van Alen, daughter bf James J. Van Alen and aranddauchter of Mrs. William Astor. There were two ceremonies, the llrst at Wakehurst. the Van Alen summer liame, where only the Immediate family were present. They included iirs. Asior, John Jacob Astor. Mr. and Mrs. M. Orme Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. James Lnwrenco Van Alen and R. It. Remington. Im mediately after the ceremony at tne house of tho bridal party drove to St. Mary's Church, where a low nuptial mass was celebrated by Bishop Byrne, assisted by Fathers Croan ana licaay. After n wedding trip on Mr. Collier's yacht, the Radha. the young couple made their home at 20 ornmercy 1'arK. later moving to 752 Park' avenue and then to their nresent home at 1067 Fifth nvenus On April 20, 190S, they lost nn infant eon. born a few days previously, 'iney never fully recovered from the loss their friends oay. Since the death of his father. April 24, 1909, Mr. Collier has been head or the nubllshlng firm of P. F. Collier & Son nnd editor of Collier's Weekly. He Initiated the Lincoln Farm Association, which ralred money by popular sub scrlptlon and purchased the farm In Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln was born In .1 lor cabin. A granlto shaft was ralaed on the site or the building and tho memorial was formally accepted by the Government September 4, 1916. Won Fame aa Polo Player. Despite his business activities Mr. Collier had found an abundance of time to Indulge In outdoor sport, of which he was inordinately fond. He had won fame ns a polo and tennis player, hunter of big game and master of hounds. He was an early and exiirui aviator anu at one time was president of tho Aero Club of America. Mr. Collier narrowly escaped death in AueusL 1914. when he had an scute attack of uraemlo poisoning nt his Rac quet Lake camp In the Adlrondacks, H a condition was so critical mat pnysi- clans were called from this city, and he was brought to New York on special train In his private car, the Vagabondla. He was accompanied on the trip by the physicians, several nurpes and a retinue of servants. It was some time before he was pronounced out ot dancer. Before that In 190C while playing polo at Westbury, U I.. Mr. Collier re ceived an accidental blow over the eye from a mallet wielded by Harry Payne Whitney. It was at first bolleved that h would lose the sight ot tne injured organ, but he eventually recovered with out permanent injury. Once Fell Wlih Airplane. A third adventure which threatened serious consequences occurred In Octo ber, 1911, when he fell from an airplane at Allaire, N. J. Fortunately he landed In n haystack and escaped with a few bruises. Th accident was due to en gine trouble. Oliver Simmons of Ialte- wood, N. J., was wun mm, uui aiso was uninjured. In Janusri !!14. when Mr. and Mrs. Collier went abroad he chartered a pri vate deck on a ll.imnurg-American i.inr steamship, paying $10,000 for his ac-1 commodatlons. Ihcy lert tne vessel at Gibraltar and went to Cannes, France, where they remainea uniu spring. Mr, Collier waB a member or tne civic Forum, the Municipal Art bociety, tne Irish American Historical Association, th. New York Academy of (sciences, anu the Century. Racquet and Tennis, Brook, New York Yacht, Harvard, uainoiic. Meadow Brook, Turf and Field, Aero of America, National Golf Links of Amer ica, Rumson country, riping hock, Rockaway Hunting, Oakland uoir and the Links clubs, and tho Travellers Club of Pari. He had a country place at Rest Hill, wickaiunic, j. DUTTON'S BOOKS DUTTON'S CARDS DUTTON'S Juveniles DUTTON'S Stationery" for Cfrrfetmag 681 Fifth Avenue SOPHIE flAOKlCS Antl.Nuff Hoclal Froti. tema, Deatlnr. Mv lata molhtr. HweJIili, French, Knt Hah Actreaa and Author, Copy right beuueetcd to me will ba republleheJ l.v tIADRlELi WIENER. 114 Warrth at.. THE SUN, ' SATURDAY, OBITUARIES. ROBERT 0. CORNELL Robert Clifford Cornell, a City Magis trate since 1S35, died Thursday In his home In Bayslde, Queens. Magistrate Cornell was srnduated from Columbia In 1874 with the A, B. degree and became an i,i of the law school In 1876. He was appointed to take charge of the Domestic Relations Court In 1910. This was the first court of Ita kind In tne world and he made an International reputattdn In this department. He gave to the world the Crst Judicial analysis of domestic troubles, placing, the causes of home differences first upon the Item or drunkenness and shirking of responsi bility on the part of the husband and second upon unreasonablness and ex travagance on the part of the wife. He was ,a member of the University and Century clubs and was ths first president of the Society of Athletes of Columbia University. Tributes were aid to his menvory yesterday In Jeffer- n Market court, .where Magistrate Mc Gcehqn spoke of the twenty-three yoars or service he had given to the city. FREDERICK LUNDY. Frederick Lundy. former Register of Kings county and one of the best known political leaders ot his borough, died Thursday night In his home In Voorhees avenue, Brooklyn. He was stricken with pneumonia last Thursday. iie, was particularly active In the Sheepshcad Bay-Coney Island region, where with his father and brothers he conducted one of tho best known fish mnrkets In the city. Th connection of the family with the fish business ran back for n century. He was born In Gravesend March 26, 1802, slid was mar ried to Miss Athanalse Q addlnc who died last year. He made his first appearance In local Politics In 1900, when he was elected a member or the Board of Aldermen. In 1907 he was nominated by the Demo cratic .party for County Clerk, but was defeated. Two years later he was elected Register. In 1911 he was one of the chief figures In the fight over the county leadership, which resulted In the selection of John II. McCooey as Brook lyn poss. He wan a member of the Eagles, the Elks and of many political organizations. For a number of years he held the un disputed place of Czar of tho Coney Isl and section. He leaves seven children. CAPT. PATRICK H. LEAVY. Capt. Patrick II. Leavy. 75. for many years an otllcer of the Brooklyn Po"ltt Department, died of heart failure yo terday aftornoon In his home. 1131 Car roll street. He was born In County Longford, Ireland, and came to thlei country when a small boy, making his home In Brooklyn with his parents. In 1S66 he was appointed to the Police Department. He was made a captain In 1870 and retained this rank after the oonnnllllfltlnn nf thn ItennWll'n TVilIra TW.. partment with the other boroughs. In i i3uj lavy was reiireu Because ot 111 health. Ho had nn extremely wide acquaintance In police circles. At different times he had charge of tho Grand avenue and Bath Baach precinct stations, being retired from the latter. He was a member of the Holy Name Society and of St. Ignntlus Church. Rodgers avenue. Besides his widow, Elizabeth Scanlon Iavy, n sister, Anna, and brother, James F survive. The funeral will take place from St Ignatius Church Monday morning at 11 o'clock. JOHN M. TAYLOR. Haiittorp, Conn., Nov. 8. John M, Taylor, 7S. president of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, died ot pneumonia Thursday in his home here. Ho was born In Cortland. N. Y. He was graduated from Williams College In 1SC7. He began the practice of law In PittMleld, Mnss, In 1S70 and was then made nsmstant secretary of the com pany, which ho later directed from Its chief olllce. He held a number of other positions of trust and importance. Mr. Taylor wa a member of the American Historical Association, the Connecticut Historical Society, the Society of Colonial Wars and the Delta Kappa, THOMAS HINCKLEY. Washington, Nov. s. Thomas Hinck ley, secretary of th,e American Embassy in Rome, died of pneumonia Wednesday In Ijnndoti, according to a despatch re ceived tn-day by the Stato Department. Mr. Hinckley, whose home was In Wash ington, was attached to the embassies lit Vienna and Madrid prior to hln assign ment to Home. He was In London on leave of absence. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Dr. and Mrs. Hanry F. Cutler of Mount Hormon School, Mount Hermon. Ma.. have announced the engagemo ! of their daughter. Mixs Harriet Bulkier Cutler. t' "hlef Yeoman Oeorge W. Hel ser of Buff.tlo. Miss Cutler Is a mem ber of tho senior class at Columbia Uni versity Mr. Helser was graduated from Muhlenberg College. West 42nd Street (Between 5lh and 6lh Aocnucs) West 43rd Street Special Purchase Sale for To-day Misses' and Small Women's STREET AND DRESS COATS Combining the beat style features produced in Paris and Neio York with the most favored materials, at prices totally disproportionate to their actual values: $28.00, 39.00 and 45.00 Pull flare and belted models, specially adapted for youth ful figures, in fine quality wool velour; with huge fur col lars of French Seal (dyed coney), taupe-nutria and kit coney; also loose back models without fur; new features in belts and pockets; handsomely lined and interlined; wanted colors. Actual values from $39.50 to 65.00 NOVEMBER 9, 1918.. SUNDAY SERMONS IN . Y. CHURCHES Pntriotic nnd Wnr Subjects Will Be tho Features of Several Services. rnor. c. T. EVERSOM, Casino TheatreTo-morrow ths third lecture on "Immortality," entitled "Do We Kirow for a Certainty Where the Dead Are at Pres ent r . CUUItCH OF THIS DIVINB JATBIt NITT, Central Park at avsnty-slxth street The nev. Frank Oliver Hall, pastor, will preach at 11 A. U. on "The War for the Salvation of Young American Manhood Haa Only Juet llegun.'V Secretary Baker. At t P. M. tn the. parish houte the aoldlara' and sailors' Welcome. There will be good fond, good music and good company. CHURCH OF TUB MESSIAH. Park avenue at Thlrty.fourth street The Iter. John Itaynea Holmes will preaoh ths sec ond tn a series of "Sarmona for a Nation at War" at It A. M. The speelned subject will ha "The Healing ot Hate." THE COLLEOIATK CHURCH. West Knd avenue at fleventy-sayenth street The Itev. Henry 'Everteon Cobb will preach at both services. Morning, 11; afternoon, 10. Special mualo, "Harvest Anthems." OP.KENWICH PRBfillVTEnUK uituKCii, Thirteenth street, netwean Blxth and Seventh avenues Marntnr wor ship; sermon by potior, "The L-tw, Our Bcnooimaater"; evening, the paator will preach on "The Future of Franco." SCHOOL OP THE BUILDBllft. Cohan Theatre Mrs. Dahrend will lecture at It A. M. on "The Secrets of Abundance." The usual free Friday evening lecture, will be held at Ilretton Hall. Eighty-sixth street and Ilroadnay. Subject. "The Wealth of the Klnitdnm of Hod." An nouncement of the new teacheri' class will ua made soon. MANHATTAN CONOIlEfl ATtONAL uiiunuji. iiroadnay at feventy.sirth treet "The Strength and Weakness of tne iaaa ot a League of Nations" Is Dr. McElvaen'a topic for Sunday evening. CALVAHV UAPTIRT CHUnCH, West Fifty-seventh street Dr. John Roach Straton will preach In the mornlnV on "The Cross at the Front" and In the eve ning on "Are the Angela Helping Our Sol- uiera tn curopar FORT WASHINGTON PrtKSDTTEnlAN uuum.il. uroaoway at 174th street At 1 A. M Dr. Martin on "The Influence or cnaracter." HT. ANDREWS METHODIST EPISCO. PAL CHURCH. 120 Wect Seventy-sixth street Dr. William J. Thompson of Drew Theological Seminary will preach morning and 'evening. CHURCH OF THE BELOVED DISCI- Important Imperative Sales By Order of Executors and Private Owners ART GMr niw ydrk. orir ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M Antique, AHlCrtC&n, btlgllih and rrcnoh t-ilver, Gord and Silver Snuff Boxes, Uromes and (J Id China Collected By Mr. George Osborne Rudkin A Collection of Watches Belonging to Mrs. Franklin Bartlett and Valuable Modern Silver The Property of Mr. H. S. Manning TO nE SOLD AT CNRESTKICTKn PCBLIC SALE Thursday Afternoon Next Nov. 14, at 2t30 o'clock Catalogue Mailed to applicants on receipt of Klfty t ents. ALSO An Extensive Gathering of Household Furnishings and Embellishments Private Property of Mrs. Frederick S. Coolidge Eatate of the late Alexander Deutsch Estate of the late Peter Gilsey and Several Other ettatei and private owners TO BK SOI,I AT UNar.sTitiCTEn rriiMc s.u,b On Friday and Saturday Afternoons, Iexl,l0T. lithfii loth, at Z:30 o'clock .'Catalogue mailed on receipt or Fifty Cents. The gales Will Br Conducted by SIR. THOMAS K. ICIKIIY and hie Aseletnnte, Air. Otto lternet and Mr. II. II. rarke AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers, S. I and It Kat J .1.1 St.. Midl.on Sq. So. Brothers -Popular musical vasptra, "Kreneona. or and the "Meditation." by the Instrumental Jiatys, quartet. HT. JAMES'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUnCH, Madison avenue at 126th street Job K. Hedges on "The World's War" . at the evening service. At 11 A. M. BIshoD Charles B. Mltchtl!. FIRST CHURCH , OF DIVINE BErt-1 VICE. Waldorf-Astoria Dr. Murray, paa- tor. will preach on -The Healer"a Oblige-; tioa. ' . CALVARY METHODIST CHURCH. flv- nth avenue at ISSth strsst Special Monlc mrvlceat o'clocfc. ' Constantino 'commendery will bi praaant. I SlmMd?"'" 1P'C " "M'n A" bt. pauub MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL! CHURCH. . Wast Knd avenue, at . WJV I aistn street ratriouc aarvica ' . M!f.nS? ..i- w iUml,L?n.wof -SSntCfr" ' wilt be 'the speaker. At the moralng ear- . Tire Dr. Albtrt n! Storms, president ot Bsiawtn-waiiace couegs. win tire an dress. MRb. MART E. CHAPIN, Mahltn Plajo Hall The subject to-morrow at 11 A. M. Will be "Somehow Good." CRUICE HOPKINS. Major In Medlcnt Corps tVeds Bal timore fllrl In France. Special Drtpatct to The SC. PniLApgLrniA, Nov. . Cards have been received In this city from Mrs J. Beth Hopkins of Baltimore announcing the marriage of her daughter, Mlse Sarah Seth Hopkins, to Major John Mulchlnock Crulce, Medical Corpa. on Thursday, October 3, in I T re port, France. Major Crulco, whose home Is tn this city. Is the son of Mrs. Itobert Crulce. He went to France -with the University of Pennsylvania Base Hospital No. 10. The engagement of Miss Florence I. Stoy to J. Donald Kellar. U. B. N.. of Berwln, was announced twlay by her mother, Mrs. I S. Evans of West Phlla delphla. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Burger have an nounced the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Caroline W. Durger. to First Lieut James It. Trimble or Baltimore, stationed at Camp Jackson. Columbia, S. C. Miss Kathryn ltosalle Carroll, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Carroll. was married to William Franc la Hyland. Medical Corps, of Brooklyn. November B, In Oils city. This man just spent fif teen minutes outfitting himself with as perfect-fitting suit as used to take fifteen days when money was no object! Not only kut his high priced tailor s bill in half, but got his suit to-day! Th Snest fabrics; the htgeit type of tailoring. The friendly tap on the shoulder brought him back to get in on a Sale of Rogers-Peet Camp Toilet Cases; some call them sol diers' dressing rolls. Complete with unbreak able mirror, comb, Rubber set shaving brush, shaving soap, etc. Exceptional value at the former price, $3.50. $2.25 now! Special "Shopping Senile" far order hj uall. Rogers Peet Company Broadway Broadway at 13th St. "The at 34th St Four Broadway Cornera" Fifth Ave. it Warren at 41st St PI.K. Kast Klshtr. ninth street NOTES CfF THE SOCIAL WORLD In the Cathedral of SL John ihe Dl- vine this morn ng, Miss Harriet Bey- ' mour, daughter of Mrs, It. Ayer Sy- mour. will 1m, mitrr!,! I,, ICnalom ftaarire ,....,,,., . . ,, " " " . "" .w-.k" will follow In the home of the bride's mother, B7 East Peventy-olghth street. MlBS Amelle Colb'' doUBMer of Mrs. uardner Colby, will be married' to Lieut. nvanlc Hohart M'rin. TTnH,t Rot.. Rl. oal CorP. this afternoon In the home of ....... . . uvr mouier, a nasnington enreet, jsasi orange, N. J. Owing to the war the wedding wltl be Informal and will bo witnesses oy relatives and a few friends. The marriage of Miss Edna Olendorf. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewey uienaorr, to Lieut. Maurice L. Ahcrn, will take place this morning In the Church ot tho Holy Trinity, West Elghty-eccond street. In fit. Peter's Church. Albany, to-day. Miss draco Stevens Carter, daughter by a former marriage of Mr. Charles El oavta. will be married to Chaplain Cal. vin Fardco Erdman. Mrs. HI chard Frothlngham, .344 West eeventy-second street, will give a lunch BKUOIOPB ADVKRTIBRMKNT&, PXTJOIOUg AnVTOTISEMENTS. rNTTEI) I.CT1IKRAN CHURCH UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH , IX AMERICA. IN AMERICA. UNITED LUTHERAN FIRST CONVENTION NEW YORK CITY November 12 14 , GtnettI SynoJ in St. Jrmei Church, Mtdiion Ave. and 73rd Street. Centra Council in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Central Parle Wert and 65th Street. VniltA Sjnoi South in the Church of the Advent. Broadway and 93rd Street. November 15, 16, 18 Bulkiest Sexioni of the United Lutheran Church, Engineering Building Auditorium) 25-33 Wert 39th Street. GREAT MERGER MEETING Friday evening, November 15th, at Eight o'clock, Auditorium of Hotel Astor. Admiition by Card only. Sunday Afternoon, November 17, at Three o'clock. JUBILEE MASS MEETING-HIPPODROME BAPTIST. MOUNT MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH ITII AVE.. BCT. 1!T1I AND 11TT1I BTS. JOHN HERMAN RANDALL 11 A. M. "Ths R'llslous Adventur." tt. M. 'WORSHII' AS VOU iMIOOPK, BUT 1,1 VK RKVKRKNTI.V ' This la the nfth ot a series of twelve Similar evening sermons an tho amoral abject: "A UEUtllUN IXIII TIMES LIKE THESE." NOV. 17TII "fray aa Tou Feel, but Trutt Aiwaya." NOV. 2TII "Meet Every Eprlnce Faar- Iik:- and lie lirav." DEC. 1ST "Face the Vnrnt That Can Come, but Hope Atw aye ' FIFTH AKNCK HAI'TIST Clltlll'll, 4 to R t Uth street 11R. CORNF.I.If.S WOEI.FKIN AT II, Sunday School, I jo a. M. J.IIevrd Ardrey, Loader Men' l'la.9.t0 Younir Women" Bible Cla at 10. Evening' Soldier ami Fallorn' Service. Hwlal Hour. 0 l St. Programme, I 1'. M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. SerTlcei aro held tn I he follonloc CHKIbllAN 5Llr.NCt. ChbKCHuS Sonfliri. 11 A.M. & 8 P.M.. Wedneidari. I V.IL rtrit Chnreh. Central rrk Went A Mth Nt ecoad Charvh. Ceutral Fark Welt 4 a 111 St. Third Coarcti, IXth Ht. A Madleon At. Fourth Church, I'ith lit. A Ft. Waihlnrton At. Ftnh Churrh. Aeolian Cone. Hall. 31 f. 3d St. Blith Chorcli. 1511 Anthony At., Rront, Rerenth iliurch, : W, tl. 11 A. M. eoly. BetlfoM Fark Hociety. KO Urlrn Ar., oa Wunflay. 11 A M. onlr. COMiltr.lSATIONAI. BROADWAY TABERNACLE BROADWAY AND 66T1I STREET. The Pastor, Di. Jelfe.son, v ill giHth II & B. l)t INK MJJISCU. FIRST CHURCH UF UtVIHt iCIEhCE Oraml Ha"' ltoom, YVMilnrf-Aetorln, Seriliea Sumlay. 11 A. M Speaker! REV. W. JOHN MURRAY. Pastor. Jilbjerf "The Ilnaler'a DhllKnllcm FOKT GEORGE Ml. Mrlmlna Ave. nnd I Hdth PI. 11 Ionian It. Hartley. M. A , .Mluliter. DrraMiea, 'Aa the l.aman Seen It" Dlscn-i.CH or ( inilsT CRNTRsAI. 14'J Wrt lat Hlreet. IIRISTIAN Dr. Ilnle lillrman. I'.i.lo IIURCH Sermon at 11 A .V. i . I'. M. olillem' 3uiper and Hoelal INTKHIIKNOMISATIDNAI.. IHE NAiiXNnL blbLE iIS 1 1 1 U'l E 511 W J5th St. It. rr.UTRI.KVITl'll RAUII Of RVSHI 4:15 r. M. "The Cower and I'rullega of rtajer ,IM 111. iikhi-i;i. tumi'i.i:, FIFTH AMI. AT Mil STUF.nT RKV tilt HAMfKl. SCIH'l.MA.V BATt'HUAV MOIINIMi tHrmon 10 SO. SrNDAY Ml'HNlNH AT r.i.UVEN "Tlie Knlritiml Value ot the Jew lull Hare.' m kt 1 1 ii I I t i: ii xro PA I.. MADISON AVE. CHURCH, Mill ST. ltev. RALPH XV. SOCK MAN, IMi.II., Pnntor Thlrt-llftli Aniihemary erlfe. 11 Ilev. lliKtllip Mil" S ltUKhen S. A.Mreeeei hy l)r Arthur T ilutterj- of Knirlnnil ami Dr. Wa'.lye MncMiillen .HlNtiTON MlfARK 'HCRCII, fourth St between Hie Square and Cth Ave, "The nrht fnr Deiiinirn. j in N. Y "!!," by Hon Frana Mom at V M 11 A. M ,I)r John Kmlitr ht .lAMlfs; Maih .r. anil li!6lh lit." Rev. lieter (;. Miirhnll. H l . Cnstur. 11- Itlahop Cinrlea II Mlti hell Hon. .loll II lleiliiea on World War ' VKW I IU RCH (HWKIIKMtllltlllAN). NEW CHURCH, S5th St . between l'ark and I.exlnglnn Avu Itev. J I I.IAN 1 Jllll, l-naior Sundav srhool in 1 A M Service 11 A. M. The I'anlur villi preuch ."uVJect: "The Dngcr cf a Mi-al SUckeninR." Men In the r H eervli'a e"pei la!!y wolmine NKW THOl'llltT. MICIRTV til' THK 1NVKU I.IFH AMI I'NITY CKN'TIIK. ;r Weil TJi S' II li A M Mr WALTER XIIWEI.I. WESTON. Subject: "I'hrlati.in.iy nnd the World' l'eiire " MeelinK S:30 I' M. l'ACI.A M I1HHOF. No meeting Simla ivninK or Monilo evenlnr Otherwlne mentinfca at 3 and s ir, I. M ilallr except r'alurila). .U'l.lH M I'DUKIl, Mimeily rield See. retary on l'minv 'ot for International New Thoueht Alllnnce. rimi in c'hrlel HeallnK. Tiieedny, S 15 I' M : Claai. In Myetlcletn, Weitlua.t.iy. 3 1 M. laleo Cine" at Montolair Club, Montrlalr, N. J , Frl ilay, S 1- Ml MRS. MARY CHAPIN, Sunday Mornlnn Fervlrea 11 oV'oi-k. I Me-hlln l'lann 11x11, 4 n 4M, tor 3th Ave. "THERE IS GOOD FOR YOU," "Anil YOf t.KTTlNti IT?" All welronie Intt'Mieua I la see., Sat, Mon.. Tue. Rea.ilenei'. The Hill more. It . Concentration ae M iml.o eenlinr. l.eliiK f -ir' ieil ' l;itOtlTAST FFlxCIlT' T..- CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION MadTaon Avenue an-l 3:.th street. The Itev II I'Klti-Y SII.VIlll Hector. SAM Hoi) Ooniinunlon, 11 A M. Morn.nK Frnyer, .Sermon t Rector). 4 P. M. CHORAL EVENSONG I'rayera and Intercesalon for our Coun try and our Alllca daily oxicpt Saturday. llSO to 11:40. tinilay School III open Vn IT, at .IC A. M. si. Cbomas'j C'mrch FIFTH AVI! and Kits ST. Ilev. IlrtNllST M UTIHK. II. I . Ileetne I A M -llolv i 'otuniun on I 11- Morning Serviie and Sermon (Rectori i 4 Kvvnscinir and AddreaH ilterlori. II' M--IInur of Ora-ati Music ' St. George's Church la on Kth Street, Kast of 3d Avenue. All at8 Free RT. KARL RKIIANH, II. II., Rector. , Cunday Sarrlca (, 11 (Ractor) and I. 4 , eon to-day at Sherry for her daughter, Miss Gwendolyn Frothlngham. Mrs. Horace Hotchklas Sd Is passing a few days with her aunt Mrs. Rdward Hubbard Fitch, at Falrvlew Corner, Huntington Valley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Olney B. Matrs of drey lock. Brlarcllff Manor, are at the Gotham for the winter. Mrs. Lydtg Hoyt haa gone to the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, Va. Miss Pauline Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. McNeil Bacon, will be mar ried to Lieut Harold R Herrlck. U. B. N this afternoon In the Church of the Holy Communion. A small reception will follow at 13G Bast Thirty-ninth street. Mr. and Mrs. William IL Sage of Al bany are at the St Regis. ENSIGN TO WED NEWP0ET GUI Encasement Announced of Miss Norman to Dan W. Jones. Sptcial Detpatch to Tns Hex. Boston, Nov. 8. Announcement has) been made of the engagement of Miss Barbara Norman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bradford Norman of Brook Farm, Newport, to Knslgn Dan W. Jones. Miss Norman Is a niece of Mrs. Frederick II. Prince of Boston and Wenham. Mrs. Ronald T. Lyman Is here. CHURCH IN AMERICA PROTESTANT KFIBCOrAL. Saint Paul's Chapel IinOADWAY AND FUI.TON STREET. l'llKAUIIINti SEIIVIUE 8 I. M. Hundaya. ORDER OF TUB HOLY CROSS. Nor. 10 rrrarlirr, Fntlier HuiUaoo, Superior O. II. C. Otlur Benlrm g, 10:30 and 5. Church bf the Heavenly Rest, Fifth Avenue, above 43th Street. Rev. HEHIIKltT AHIl'MAX, D. D.. Reetor. Service II and 11 A. M and IP. IL 11 Rev. Lorlni V. uatten. Ph. D.. S. T. D.. Trofeeior at the General Theological i peminary. CALVARY CHURCH acta ATenue and tlat Htrt. Rt. THEODORE PEIiaWIClC Rector. Service H. 10:1,', and 11 A. M. (Rector) , i 1 M. (Chaplain HelRht). CHRIST CHURCH SnOTX. The nev JOHN R. ATKINftON'.R D.,Ractor fervlcer: ii0 en.l 11 A. M.. II and P. M. Church of Zion & St. Timothy ill M'eat 31th Street. t. 11 (Rev, y lluraew) i (itev. r Runraaal CRACK CHl'RCH. Ilrandtvnr and 10th St. Rev. Cliarleat I-enl Klatterr. I. !., Rorter. I; II (The Hector); a (Ilv. v. Smith), eata for PoMlera and Wallora. ST. STEPHEN'S h,V; XZ"- Rev. NATHAN A. SKACl'.K, I). I)., IlecW. T. MATTHEWS Clll'ltCH, ! W. 4th 8t. iv.. Aiuiini ii. juiHir.. u. li., itaoior. Serlcre , 11 and I. rilKMIaTKHIAN. First Presbyterian Lhurch IN THE CITV OT NKW YORK rounded 17)0. Old Firit. University Place. Madison Square Foundation FlI'Tll AVENUE. 11TH TO 12T1I STREBT Dr HARRY h. FOSDICK Dr. CHARLES P. FAGNAN1 Firth AVbitUt cHtsui it-nix, i:Hiihi:h '.I . rifth Are. nnd I'lrt.r-lirtli St. Rev 4nine rnlmer, I'll 1 .Aeaorlate Tutor. Service, at 11 A M and 4 SO 1. M. REV. HUGH BLACK, D.D., "III lirea. ii in me tnornini ana v, 1 REV. ARTHUR T. GUTTERY, D.D., of l.lveniool, I'real.lent of the I'rea vnurrti Coun -.l .if Englajiil and Wal'i, in ilip ari-nKioti. orferttiK f"r I'hapela anil ..hooli. Itllile Si hn.il at S 10 Men'a . 'oea at in. Ve.lueJa at I; c M. tn 'In. Chapel .Ut RV KMKHMIN 1 HJ Hj K, I). Q. BRICK. CHURCH Fifth Avenue and Thirty-seventh Rtraat. Ministers I William lMereon Merrill, I Theodore Alntn-orth (Ireen. MR. .lOSIU'll T Al.I.lX.i, Just r-lurnml from work fur tin- V. M c A tn France, will npeaJ for tin. t'nlieil War Work Cam palcn nt the morning mrl. a at II o'clock. IIU MKltltll.l. n il .r. a. i at 4. Illlile Si'hiM.l .it !) 0 A. M XOONDAV .SKUMCi: lniy at 11 80. PFNTR A! PHF.HKVTKHI.'N CIII!R1I Rev. Wilton Merle-StiMth, D.D.,l'attor 10 A. M. Men'a llll.le ( laea. II A. M Kei. Wllloii Mi rle-!mllli. I. D. t::lll I'. M. lei lluacli llla.k, I). D. HnlarEeil t'li.rr. J iiuuriettas and qr-I'h-elra at ho Hi .ser lea GhtthwILH tT.kian t in iicli. Faitor WII.I.IAM M TTlll:VS. I). IerM,e 11 A M mil S 1 M RUTGERS 'RKsRTi itiAN 11111u.1t, HUlUCnO lrondy and Mil St. Ret. DANIKI, Rl'ssni.I., I). P., I'aatsr, will preaih at II A M nnd 8 V M. W'KST.I'.UlH'l'RKsllYf l: 111 AN ( HliltCH, HOIh trfHl mtil Anikterilani reniie. Rev. Anthon II. Ktiuia. II. II., 1'aetor. Ilr. Kviui. will prea I 1 1 A M anil 8 1' M RKrtiRjiiiMi cm itt ii or am'khica. ' tiik Miiifii.i: ( iii.i.nt.i vTi; t iiiitciT," -I A e a nil Hi M Ite. lMcar I'-a',k..n Itonuir. M.rlatar. will priaih at II A. M mid I' M THK MARRI.K COI.I.IKil ITK Clll RCn, 'li An atul Jjth St. Rev David .la llurre i i. i , Minister, will pre.i, h 11 A. M. "Th.- Trouble with Kpliralm." IV M " V Hood .soldier." TIIK rOI.I.KtilATi: CHl'RCH OF HT. NICHOLAS Ml) Ar .Hid 4H'h St Rev. Malcolm ,la MacLeod. 11 1) . Mlnlatar, will preach nt 11 A M. and x V M, Evenlnir subject: "HldlnK Amonu tha Stuff " Hvenlnr choir nuptnentril by xlo'ln and harp. TIIH HINT KM) ( OLI.KI.IATF. CHl-RCir, Weal Kn.l Air and T Tt tt fl Rev Henry K, rteon x oi.i, in Minister, I Ml! preaill nt II A M nn.1 4 ,1H C M 1 At 4 10 l. M , Sp... ml Muaii Ilarieat ' Alilhems TIIK I'ORT MAMIINl.TON COI.LF.C.IATn Cllt'ltCH. l-'ort Washlnutoii Ave and llta St. Rev Irvine II llertr, D I), Minister. Ilev Teunls 1-2 li.oiuena -will preaih at 11 A M and M. fundfi) Sihonl at 9. CO A. M. AM Sex'a Free M'llllTI'AI.ISM ins. MMKf. Jali jT hur.:h Inlit (irand Circle. nOlli St. & F.lchth At, hiiiulaia ut KUht I'. M. xharp. LRN THAT SPP IT COMMUNION IS TRUE Mr. M. I. Williams, Inspirational Speaker, lll lecture. Mr.i.iii;i',li en M. C. . A. A. I'l'WsTIKi'll., Sun 3 . " ' lr .nx I iilmi l r a. 4 70 li lH St.. " Im. Siar e 1 Ihe Wai tn iii'n !krvii i:s DOYIRS t.T Hocus Hoclnty, Old Chlne Theatre., STREET N'Kf'r SV-'iVm. ws - ft- V IV i 1 i w mi if In, I Ilrooklyn.