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AMES COLLECTION -OF
ART PUT ON VIEW liid'rc.sliiif? mid Unusual Mod ern Specimens living Shown tit Amci'ii'an Gullorics. sTBIUiIXG PAINTINGS ALSO Luxurious .Furnishings, Takes nnd Vonelliui Glass Included iu Objects on Display. The late Ciov. Oliver Ames of Masa iuetts was an assiduous and lnde rndent collector of art nnd the cal lerlcs of tho American Art Association, w' ere his collection Is now on view, nrt . , . w 1 fat almost the appearance of a Paris s.ilon in the palmy days when William b Kiierenn nnd Jules I." Kebvro wero I -iiarse and Nilons were salons. The r eetloii of tho lato John W. Sterlt.'iR, whii ii Is bvln K Miotvn at the snmo time, was recruited from the Nimo sources, so that the assembly of pictures presents iirn 'i that will awaken pleasant memo r.es among older collectors and will come o tome of thu soungcr art lovers with ihe forrn of surprise. Tim place of honor, for Instance, In tli "is gallery devoteil to tho Ames coll-c- "ii lias been lven to the itnnosln,; I "'ato 'latherers" of Henri Lcrolle, ,i k that will he as surprising as any o collectors, for It Is nf n slr.o ar J f i silliness of wmkmanslilp that are w almost obsolete among the very istt that prrionj to follow the trail!- -ins piaetlscd by l,orolle. The two unir women who are gathering po .toes In 'his plot-ire are modelled In fu'.l .unl'sht, and they stand out In the brll- mt l'rench ntmosphero with n solidity 'hat will bo the envy of our present day academicians. Landscape Uy Innria, In the same room the three land--pe by George, Illness that probably will jio tho chief Interest of American natlurs hang t.lilo by Mde. The large&t belongs to Jnnnss'H later perlodl wiion .is style had broadened and his color n at 'ts mellowest. The other two DIED. BOPPAUT ather'ne. en Jnusry 11. Ser ieei "Tiin rt;.vi:itAi. cuuncii," llrttsiltvay anrt 5-.Kty-i'lxth trst (Krank 1" C.impbU's. Tu.aay, 3 V. M FIRI.D At Morrltnwp, N. .1. January ie, 191?, Kosn-ell Field, In hla lilt j---lghili yar. ervlces t his late hvne. US Miller resd, Mo-rl.toun, m Monday, January II, at 1 15 I St llurlnl Chlcnro, III. HEI.M On January 10, 1919, at her ri'. ! ner, 430 West 119th street, of pneti monla. I.auri It, daughter of the lnt W Iigan and .llorencj Murray Helm cf Elliabethtoirn. Ky. Ilervlc.s at Wt Knd Presbyterian fhureh, 103th street and Amsterdam mrnue. January J J, at 1 r. M. Kindly "nit f.oncre. HOl.MKS. Anthony nrexel, .eud'- nlr, of pneumonia, nt fit. Luke's ltoapltnl, tanuary It, beloved husband of Alice non Holmes, r 'ni'. at St. James's eliapel, Ca Vnrai of St John th Plvlne, Men a. January 13, at 10 'o'clock. HW..nn--On .l4euary 11. 191. in her t-n'h )tar, Mariraret Lee Hgylec, dearly h.. e.i (Uuihter of Coulter D. and Ma-.nret 1 lluyler. B'-rf-f at Itouml Hill M. H. Chuivh, .reci.wlch. Conn., on Sunday, January l. at 1 1 Z V. M, Interment atVuqd. j -i S 15 V. M. 1r - ' 11I -jO faiday. January in. !1J, K wu-ih Ann. wlf-i of Albert I. L.onhard. r ril TVlee. will "be hId nt b'r !ila r.n.len -, Church street. Haleilon, N. J n lloaday next at ":J0 V 5t McPIirr.-u.s Simon John, headmaiter of t.ie l.iwrene-vllle Bchool, on Thuraday, ..'i.ary t. 1319, at hla residence, . la ! .iwrer.''v'.l!e, N J. Fun-'H tervlca private. Memorial eer Ifp utLr Plcaae omit flowers. MlI.U'i; - Wllllnm. on January 10. Llng t- .'at- a; "THU 1T.VKHAL CilUUdH," li- ia'y and bixty.slith street (KrurJc ' n (A.'l a) NAS lt Umi'. I).inie, on January 11. - rr-- "T1IK Fl-.vnitAI. CHUllCH." o . 'way nr1 HUty-.Ivth street (Cami ' . Hide .. WiJncaJay, 3 1". M. RO' .iiNS K.ovd on January 10. S'rvires TH ; ri'MlltAl, CllCItCH." llroad i nr.'l "!t.aUih atreet (Frank . piiel 'a Xucdas. -'SO 1'. M. Iw r - Jaiiuary 10, Hllrabeth Mar .' , . wl if llenjamin Woolaey ltenera . ! i',a ishtr of Klk'n J. and Stuy- i-t F. Morris. . r,o prlva'". Kindly omit flowers. m v At Nraarhi .V. J, on Thursday, n a'v ?. I'Mi. Mary Starkweather, ' of Daild IioJd Kutan. th' 5'-.-e will be held at hr late r ."'1 InKraham place, Newark, i . en Sunday. January 12, at 2 ;;,a.!ly o-T.!t f.sTcr;. Itl.ss At Camp d Coetquldan. .-ire, January , l&U, of pneumonia, BTI P' i;n John IMmoneon Stephena of ik;in. T r.n.. husband of Anita de . -4i mlla of yow York city. . n I'rMay, January ,10, at her . 1 rv'e, 453 Wfiahlmtton avenue, yn Il.-l-n Sinclulr Willfams, wfe ' di i Tra.T Mokea anil daughter of nt- A and Clara V.'. Williams. ii from Christ Church, Warwick, . on i lm arrival of train lravliiK ' i i ' j at :5 Monday jw.iliiff, ir 13. .... no .tanunry 11. Ruth llumett, m' - of .Mare' i llrady and Carll -' , need 'i ytars '. private. Ml January 10. 1019, at 15 -"ii avenue, tho Hev. Thornton I Turner, beloved husband of .' 'h MeCullouEh Turner, son of '.n I loil and thi lktn Herbert II. r tnl rector of St. Peter's Church, -ton. Vt. wilri at Calvary Church, i di-'iun and Twenty-tlrat street, i d.iy, January 13, at S o'clock, v on, t tlow era. ti I l -O.i January 1, of pneu- u'. lloothbay Hospital, Iloatun, ' 1 b i'lved huaband of I'rancea hnehead art i r CICMETKUIES. New CATHOLIC CEMETERY of THE GATE OF HEAVEN MT I'l.KASANT. WESTCHESTER CO. Oi iiariem rt.R. S miles No. of White Plain. 1 1' ao e to Cemetery at Mt. Pleasant Sta. Knelling Vault. Send for lll'a't'd llookjet. ( MA MtV ft ALLIED CK.MlSTKHIKd tt li.l Mini St. Phono Plata K05, lie'. HIIMnm J. Stewart. Mar. UMIKItTAKEIlH. Funerals Arranged To and From ENGLAND, FRANCE. CUBA, SPAIN, SOUTH AMERICA. 0 JAPAN. ETC.. ETC. Exclusive Facilities , Direct Connectrona "The Funeral Church" ' (Non-Sectarian) FRANK E. CAMPBELL B.o.dwj, BelHttn Mtb and 67lh SU., N. Y, Clrf. Phon. "C.lmnbu. 8200 are. onrller nnd more detailed, but there ' l the, nam earnest Interrogation befora nature. .V ennvns thnt In full nf rlntr. toUchcK N ,y tho Iiuntrnrlnh Munltncy, lortrnylnK the park nt Carlsbad, with figures en hero and llicro beneath the t re e.i. That brilliant eolorlut Zlem In retire. srnted ntniiiKj tho Htcrlltur pictures with t.ba J5.MzumP!:,'B,K orvffi X..: : lluntly lit vision of the lagoon with tho, I'liurcn of f Maria do salute rising Into the bilio sky Mchreyer's "Arabian Horseman Ins the characteristic live llness of inov ncnt and color, and IM ouard Dotalllp'-. horwrnnn Is Just - om - Ins forward at full K.illon n battle, hav-1 Inif just capturuJ "Urltl.1t 11 a b at Waterloo.' Other (.'nriin.r. im Vim, rtalinundo de M.ulrnm's "CotiTtsltlp" Is an example of his ear sustained manner that has had sr' innny lmlta- tors, and Uasanova y Kstomch, Martin lllco nnd Alfred Stevens, who havopn Urn.( i;,mh McCoon j:mma"pea. the "Intimate" variety are. the "Senti nel" by J. (I. Vlbert, and "Heady and Waiting" by Charles .Mclssonleri A. large canvas that l most unusual Is by acquel. "I.a rremlord Arrlvit." It snows a cnariuiuu jimiii; iMjm.iu m it- splendent nnd How nir satins, who has , arrived In mlvanc, of her companions upon a little knoll In a park. Dupro'n M king Time ' shows a glori lea peas- nt girl with deft touches. i ant Tho Allies collection contains ninny works that embody a story or portray scenes of exceptional character. Among thesfl last are sonio llko the "Italla.n Kalr" of Aurello Tlrntell that would lie an unfailing source of entertainment 1 where there are younc people In a fam-. Uv. for one newr could come -to end I with all the doings rf Hm peasants, tho cnttle, sheep and go its In this picture. Tin canvases by A II Knrmls that have Oi leutn! top! -j belong to tlio sur" cate gory. The "Alone at Las'." by Tofano contalni a perfect embodiment of bllsi ns it was undei stood In the 70" The newly wed couple hnvo an apartment that .i the list word In the tatde of that period, nnd'Wriscquently almost may bo .aid to tunc "historical Interest." Vnacs mid Vcnrtlnn Glass Also. In addition to the pictures tiic Ames collection contains many Important Ob jects of art nnd much luxurious fur nishing. An Important Fevres vas Is In tho Mario Antolnetto style, with a supporting- rtandard of gilt briuiio and onyx. TI sr Is a fac-fclmlle of (lie com. HiemorauvH vase given to tho poet Wil liam Cullcu llryant on bis eightieth birthday, a number of the handsome royal Mln'.on Solon iato sup p.ito vavca from the. famous Mary J. Morgan col lection, and finally the l)enui va and cover, which Is ild to ba tha most Im Jiortant example of cameo glass In ex-It-tencc. .A room fvill ?f Venetian glasa by the Snl'vlatl, Testollnl and Murano' workmen will ncull to travellers the days of be fore the, war. when these objects were consldcied nmong the most prized pro durtlnns nf modern Italy, All ,of tho pint-- aie marvels of Ingenious work. mans iip. It should also be noted that tie i(r!ental rugs of the Ames collection arc i.umerous nna interesting The. pictures will be sold at the Plaza "Hotel on Thursday and Krldny of this Week, nti1 the alt objects will bo dis persed t tlie pallerles on tho afternoons of Uio s.ttne Uatos. CHINESE SNUFFBOXES SHOWN. I4nr; In(leiui. nml Arl Kiupliiei Tpoil fllitltc Kiirnla. Hllnese art Is' racial In all of Its rami flcatlun;. but It seems most unmistakably true to Itself when It takes minute form. Tile Oriental has Infinite patience and he can M'end a Western eternity uion carv ing a bit of Jade, but at tho same time (lie pride of tho uxt.'t always asserts It self antl Insists upon big gesture or a big feeling een 'In the minutest of carved O-Sor'al figures. I'or this reason a mnf typical Instance of the Chinese tasto U th wealth of ait that Is 111', is'ied llpn'l the Rli'iff bott'', and A. I'OlIecUon of 400 .vr.ocimei ni,, bo seen In tho l'"ukuhim,( ilaUeries Il lustrates thli anew The m iterlals In clude all tho setnl-peeclnus minerals and snhstancoi that Chinese tradition per mit . mil as thu Jadei that niisf from livid gi en to dnzzl.ng mutton fat white, nmetlij . coral, amber. (.i.trlz, ioi, lapis, malachilo and cameo glaw. one Interesting bottlii ts enrved ircnn the hoak of a bird, the surface color of red giving u cameollku relief uron the ivory ground. Ttife bottles arc not exclusively us-il by tho Chlnevi for rnuff, but an the Orluntnls happ1!! to have an Inordinate fancy for medicines thee wonderful but tiny work3 of nrt often were made the roei'ptncto for the pills ami powder.s of health. Tho shapes are not hIw.is of clasala regularity, but often enough fol low the wayward lines of vegetable forms. The stoppers of contrasting col ors are usually In most attractive hir rnonles, ami indeed it la upon tho bottle etoppur that tho ornament uouaily is lavished. MANY GO TO GEORGIA RESORT. Several Xeir Vorbr Finn III e Join Colonists nt AilKiistn. fivtciul pnlcA lo Tiih Snv. Ai'ocsta. na .Ian. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hruore of New York are hern for a few wee'ts. Mrs James Frank of New York Is at the Hon Air. Mm Walter L. Mc'llutoek of Washington, a regular winter vlltor, has arrived for the sea son. Man ll.Kdcrn tourists ato arriving from Florida, where they spent the tirt few weeks of tho season. Among tho recent arrivals from New York who urn stopping ai the Hon Air are W. H. Johnstone, W. K Mallhou-'o and M. A Colib-tone Mrf F. Steinberg and Mr. and Mrs Jacob Wcrthcn, also of New York, nrn visiting here Trl-weekly golf tournaments are being held and later in tho season well known players arc expected to give exhibitions. I'prry OrnliiKiT lo IMnj- Here, I'erey Ornlnger, composer and pianist, and now discharged from tho military .....l 41... 1.. 1,.1 ..-Ml Ki:i 1 aa in uiv ...", niu nmnii . his onlj' public nppearanro thin Beasou In ' New York at Curncctu Hall on the nf- ' toinoon of February He will play Grieg miectlons and conduct tho o-ches- tra In two of his own compositions, "Colonial Song" mnl "Mock Morris" il'ince. SI'KCIAL NOTICK. MR. IIAIIHY LYONS of I llyds l'ark atreel. London, ICiiKlarul, wlihea to get Into direct communication with tho prln. rlpaia of the rumored combine, for purchase of Cinema Theatres, as li haa a moat Im portant sroup for sale, Mr. Lyons Is the nOK'Ulator ot a lane number of purcliaaea nf theatres, variety theatres and sites sen rnllr. UNIlKltTAKKIIH: LUNCHEONS GIVEN FOR 2 DEBUTANTES 'lon Entprlniu at Slurry's for Their Daughter. i wo luncheons were riven yeMenlnv iat sherry's for debutantes of the eea - ... "inmcn im "a eon' them was given by Mrs. uaniel i isko Kellogg for air OaUKhter, , MIsk Vlclorlne I.eo Kellowr. The i.uestM vrir 'no :-rMo Tnylr VMW Jlrs. Howard Orny laik nnd tho Misses Oeraldlne Graham, f.uello H.ildwln, Katlierlr.e SInybark. niossom Ornv. Al. brick, Iluth Dean, Elizabeth .Uwlght, Mera McNalr, Jnno Hurd, Margaret White, ,I,irinctte Chappell, Katlierlno Noyis, tlcnevleve liabbltf, jiwephtne moo, iietiy jncicmi, nvallna nleiivp. int . nHv. n-v .. . .. . -M.ar' ':,"mrchr' . rbarti ICerley, lbden '.'"".."'"n r ark, Alice .1 rTi ''r IVt , .' 'lp!lrn' " " ,V , 'lr.?. X. V V '",' Tynchon Is ghing for her daughter by a former marlage, Mini Male J. I-ary. After luncheon Airs. Ij-tichon took her guests, numbering thirty, to reu "Listen, J-'3.1"' at the Knickerbocker Theatie, " t,lc L )ru Olaenier, J -, 1 lllliP Hotchkl .U. J Then' Theus Munds and the Misses Leila S Holt Klizaheth Kemstin, Mary Iinior. Marga ret Ha'ick, Kllzabetb C, ictoii, Ktnrenco Clendeiiin, Cynthia lUUlwm. nilzaheth rnmk, Ltic Patterson, Marv V li. I.orlilnrd. Virginia Hnv, Janet Shear son, Muriel O.ikcs. Marjorln Smylrc. r'.lzt.'.etb Hyde. Louise Hotchklss, KHz sbeth Leary, Mario .Ionian. Hlizabetli liitford, Ileatrlce I'ynchon, I'lorence Ap. p'.Htoti and .Martha .Heynolds. CLARKS0N ARMSTRONG. Woat rhllndelpbtlt Cilrlt la the Ilrlde of Aruy Olllclnl. Sprctal Dttpatch to Tine Irs. l'im.AUKU'liiA, Jan. 11.- -Mr. nnd Mrs. John J. Artnstroinr of "West flilladel Ihla, nnnouncpil to-day the mirrlago of their daughter, Mlfl Anna ltrntrlrn Arm urong. to Lieut, llobort CooUo t'larkson Jr.. Mrs. Slgoiirnev Mellor and her c'lll dfen of J'ew York, who l;ae been living w;lth' Mrs. Melloi's mother.' Mrs. lalward Cllhton' I.eo at Havrrford, during Mr. Mellor's absence In Washington when; be was enjfaged In Dm ernniHnt work, will return to. New York nexf week Mrs William tslovur d'ancon-st enter lalned at luncheon to-(lay Jn her rel donco In V oodbury In honor of Mixs Josephlno M. chell of nttsburg, who Is the, guest of .icr daughtir, M'-s l: iza beth Tancoast. BROOKLYN GIRL TO BE BRIDE. niiKimcmciit A 1111011111' cil of Ilas Wilson to Lieut. Wnslibiirti. Sprrial Bflatc to Tub Scs. ItosTON. Jan. It.- Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Wllion of KrnoMn niinouruad Bt a lea the eniragement of tludr datigh "cr, Misi Margaret Flft 'her Wilson to 1 .cut. l.awrcncu flould Washburn of J Maiden. Mr. nr.d .Mr "Fra W." Merrill of I Tvonto, Ont., have announced tho cn it of tbe'r doitghter Miss Doro- n ifon Merrill to Lieut. Cordon J tiHjnt of Enslrwood, N. J. JOHN MASON. SERIOUSLY JLL. Actor ?1rtrlen Itrcenllj- Is N"ov In iinltnrliim. 1 "pfial i"efiotc'i to Tnz ft". STAMK.mii. Jan. II - .lobe llu,n. the aetor. is serlouslv 111 .1 mycariHtU at Dr. A. .! (Ilvins's sai.lt.ii.uni beie Mr Mason broke down phvs!clly at l'roilileiw.. II I r itlv. where "Tho Woman In Itootn 1.1.'' In which ha was to star this ear, w.ih pioduced Ho was re'Moe(i t" tie Suiinroid Sanita rium four daj i ago. SEDGWICK SAILS FROM ITALY. Lenox licit Cross Worker Is on Ills Way to Xpiv 'irk. Sptetiit PupntcS In Tim Rev. Lkn'Ox, Jan. 11 Alexander S dgwick, who litis teen engaged' In Ited '"roea work w th the Italian army, sailed fimn Naples last TJy-d.iy for New Yolk. Mrs. Sedgwlik Is wlih her elstii, Mrs. Charles MncVeagb In New York Mrs. lb nj.imln C. liigus of New York Is with her tim and daiiKhter-ln-law. Dr. and lire. Austin Fov Klggs, hi Stiwkbrldgti, Mr. David. T. Dana of New- York 's at fJreybouhe Inn for a few days Mr and Mi. Cprtlandt Field H's'iop ;ergdoif iOODMAN 616 FIFTH IMPORTERS - FOR SOUTHERN WEAR Xew models illustrating a pleas ing freshness of line and detail. TRAVEL CLOTHES CLEVER SPOUTS APPAREL DAY AND EVENING GOWNS COATS AND WRAPS ItKIJdIOt H AllVKKTIsliMIJNTS. The Public Forum , CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION 5tri Ave. lOth St. t. . a , .M Subject1: The Truth About the Milk Situation n-T'-i' Speakers; .MR, E. R. EATMANr General Manager of the. Dairy men's League, ana Editor of "The League News." MR,, Ii. J. 'KERSHAW, of the Executive Committee of . - . the Dairymen's League. . ., Sunday, January 12, at 8 P. M. r J The Public la Invited THE SUN, SUNDAY, wllf close their house on'fctondar nnii wo '.O-Xevt York before itarMiic fur Florida. ronotpr Cii mrrnn. I Miss MnrRuerlte Anna Cameron, 'laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John lllllynrd (Cameron of Oratiee. was mnrrlod last I night to John Howard Conusor In the tho itev. tho UlllMdo rr,.by..n c-hurci, 0r.w. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. U .Mr nnd Mrs. William IS Hiehop of Hiuoklyn bavo announced tho engage. of datishter, .Miss Uv. 'iiii,!.,,,, .,. ivrclvsl n N'aitt nf thl ' ",n! 1 ViHtlnK. "n V t'! II city 1 Annouiireniftit has been made by Mf ,Ini1 XIrf'' Charles I, Terliutie of l'assale, Met.,hv.,".nt &ro,!r iii dkl, Teiliune. The former Ls emraced I-tftit. l'ronk It. Whatcn of llrooklyn, i,ow eti'tlone.1 at Fort Oglethorpe, la., end the latter to Ralph "!. Htratton, a student at tho Ilndlo School of the Great Lakes Naval Training .Station. Tim Hev. nnd Mrs. D. Leo Altman nf Cincinnati have announced tho en iiagniieiit of their daughter. Miss Htith IVabody Altman. to Dr. l'hlllliw Foster I'lreeno, Moulclalr, N. J. Miss Altm.in wan u member of the tins of 191S nt Wellesley College; and H now siudylng law In Seve York. Dr. (Jrecne, aftor graduating from tho Harvard Medlc.il School, has been appointed an Intern it St. Luke's Hospital, New York. DR. STIRES MARKS SILVER WEDDING DAY Congratulations Offered to Pastor by 1,000 Parishioners. Hetween .',00 nnd l.oin pirh-hlonrrs of St Thomas's MpHvunt Church, Fifth nvemie arid Klfty-thlid street, called yes terday at the parish boue to felicitate the lector, tin Itev. Truest M. Ktlrt , and Mrs. Stires upon their silver wedding anniversary. Dr. and Mrs. Ktlres te cetved from 3 o'clock till near' tho dinner hour. They wero married January 11, I$9t. In the Hplscop.il Church of tho Good .Shepherd nt Augusia. Go. Mr?. Stlret was Miss Sarah McK. IKrdwicI- f)f their four rons the oldest, Krnest Van 11. Stlrcs, Is back at HnrVard ufter a couro In urtlllcrv at Camp Zaehary Taylor. I to had been an anibulaneo driver In Kratico In a unit citi.il for braveo WouiuW lad tiecessltatid lm coming home, but lie was preparing to go back nml fight when tho nrmlirtleu was signed. The s?coniI and third Sons, lrardwlck and Arthur McK.. are In school at I'om rret. Conn. Mllmore. th. youngest ioii, U In a prlvnto school for boys, of his age. TIicm was a rooniCul ut silver tribute! In the parish hou notwithstanding tho fact that lr. Stires had asked people merely to visit and to devote thetr mate rial expressions to war relief. He Is nil ent,iii"i.istlc outdoor man, a famous fish erman and a great admirer of Col. Itno.-e-telt. Mrs. Stln s Is an accomplished am uteur musician, a gift whloji her sons hao inherited. l.icnl. t'lierr. tree in l.riiion. 'Wed alls A ton.ance that budded m the arboteal ettlnc of Nrrihport, L. !., llowered jes terdav in tlie aniiouncenn nt of the en Kageinent of Ml-s Hazel Lemon of Og. denebiirg. N. V. to Lieut. Aniliew I'hei rvtrtv, a tiler at ' Ilrlndley Field, Comninrk. I I. Ml L'nion was teach Ing school In Northport when si met Mr. l.'lierrytrec. II!" home- Is m (Jlens Falls, N Y. UBITPAIUKS. Tin; iii:y. diijivmi a. am;i:i.l. The l!ov. JMmund Amnjstui Angtl', SI ears old died jisterdiy In his home. I -.r,S HerMiiwr street. IliouMvn He was born 111 I'lovideiite at. it was g-.tilu i! I fnun the Itli..do d Si i'.e Nurmnl "'"" " "t -tmiib tor i 'KIU enr as School J 'e'-prlncip-il o the tiorm.il school at f-hlppcn-burt- IM he ..n'erc.l the mlnls- "v of tho Lpi-.-pal Chinch. During his . ",:n -"lry ho was In ch.irgo of St. John's palish. Jlt;hurg; i lie Me.n.,11.1. church ,.f f.mt- Father. IVxburg. I'.i. , the i.'hur h tif the Nitli:. Craft .11. Fa.; ft John's Church, Washington. Conn, r.d w is an .islstant at St Mary's In Heooklvn He dosed hl active mlntstrv us chaplain of tin; Chin.li Charity Foundation In llrooklyn. Funeral services will bo held to-nmr-roiv afternoon at 2 o'clock In St. Mary 4 Church. Cl.tsson aenue, llrool.ln M XltCAItKT I.l'.i: III VLKIt. M.ngaret l.eo HitIer, nine jvat old, dang' ter of Mr. nnd M". i' .Her D Hiijlc- ilicd jesterdaj at n.,und ltd. ilreenw .cli. Conn., tne home i,.r p -ents. Tlio itev Dr Char'.is Hoodel of New Yoik, nnd the 1:. v I t Manes MiCornibk of Stamford will condu-t the fill era! servl. es In thu Jtuiind Hill M 'h d -t hurcii t"-murrow of' "noon at 1 1 . 1 o k llurl.il w'll 1,0 at Wuod law 11 Cetne-erj. New Yori AVENUE CREATORS Itri.KIIOI'S ADYKItTimiMKNTS. JANUARY 12, 1919. MGR. FAY, CATHOLIC nniinnnm Tvinn Tinnnl Wro.o Articles Urging a Scat at. tho 1'caco (''onferencp for I'ojic Hcncdidt. Oncol the inopt noted nf'inxoiii to the Ilomnn Catholic raltli Is ile.nl In the per Hon of MRr; S'l(toiirney N Kay of Ilnltl morc, Mhn itlell in thl.i city fiuthlenly when vl.ltlnr th" n-ctory of the Church of Our 1-nly of lilirrlc, 472 West lllil street. Msr. Fay was THiBalni; n few ilayo with lis frlenl, the Itev. nr. J6?(iili II. McMahon, when iinenmonll, iltvelmi- Injr from Influenza, attaclieil him nml enileil his life on Krhliiy evenlnn. Me iail hecn niuklnK Mi homo In H.'iltjmoic with Cnnllnal filhhonn. Mcr. l.'a tin horn forl'-thrre ycirs iifto In I'hllaileliihlii. Ills father- helim' Uetit-Col, l'ay of IKe I'niteil tateH Army. lie nttemlcil th" rmvcmty T'onu'.vh'anla itiit won the ilcsreo of A. H. In 1902 hn entereil the .lrlsTOn-il Jlilnltj- miiool ami was (uheli",ntlv onlalneil In the Krilscopal mlnlilry hy ni"hoi IteKlmlil II. Wrller of Koncl Al I'ic. Ilo liecnino a jiroe.."or in Nawhn. tali IIoiipc, a ihtologlcal aifnlnaiyof noto anil of hlRh church character. There h' tnusht iloKma nnil moral theolocy. A y4r later ho w.in h ileleK'Uo lo tho TrlennUl fleticnil Cnnviutlon of tho Cpucnp.il Church In r.lchmonil. V.i.', ntnl then liecamo iirchdouAin of the illotcte 01 t'jtl'1 till 1..10. Swnyeil umanl II .. l!o-n m Calliollc f.ijth, he was received In'o the church a.H ii l.i mnii at lira), N. .1 . In ISOJ. A Jfar later he hecatno (i Htldrnt nt tho Catholic I'nliei'ilij In Wii'-li'i Kton. On .June 21 lOin. he wan uplalnoil a P.onvin Catholic prion bv Caidinal llhh6na. Hl.i rle wan r.ipld heiauee of Ills un usual attainments. iinly n few mnnthM oro Mcr V'ay re turneil from Home, where he h.itl (fono on mi ollUi.ll mleelon lo tho Vatican, and hn hud rpet t IiIm time since In lee turtnp and writltiir on -why ho belle; cd l'ope ltenedlet XV. HhouM hiivo a went at tho ;cace conforenco or lie repre sented there. A recent article from 1:U pen on thi fubject caiifed wlilo dlwjo" Sinn In this tountty. Tlie prelate wa. lireparlns to i:o tn. i:ns;l.lnd on an olllclnl mls-iioii for Cardinal "llbhoiii when he died. linilllKHT A. t'HM.IX'. Cadet Herbert Al.vea Collins, hnn of Mr. and .Mr. John T. CoIIIiih of I!) Mn coin avenue, Itutherford. N. J , Culvcr ulty of roiinsylvanl.i athlete, nnd who lost his life in an acidet t nt tho nia tlon Held in Memphis, Teiin . was liurlcl yesterday In Hillside (Vtnetrry. Ituthei ford, N. J . with milltniy honors, follnw Inc one of tho Kirtret-' funerals held 'n Itutherford in y.tr- Iicehyti'ri.in Church, wlieto the nrvlces mm luiil. w-iif filled to overflowlfiiT and ni.in m iiriH'i-s were unalile to enter tho dl liie The leliL'lotw S'riln'H were con ilin toil by Anhde.icon Hi nry .M. Ludd, lector of Itutherford Hpiscop.)) Church It'tu.ili,,tli perA'ices weie cndiicted by the olllcer" of Ito.lloc .ypni.-, I.oiluo of .r.ison. The Itutherford ci.tnpnny of Neve J.-rsey Mtnte M lilt 1 i n., t ill the i him h and tn-meil a mihtiny israot. acisimp.in. Irs the ro.oalr to Lh k-.ivc. Vonne Collins, born In IPuherfo'd wns the third fenetitlon nf th'- "finht ini; Collins fsmlly." UN father wacio'.or .seriie.int of Company L. old f-'erond N't iv .leisey Infantry, later the Kif'i Itesl inent. now the 11 lib I'tilted States In fantry In Kratico. durlntr the Ppani-h war, anil his Krandfather, Cornelius .'"! litis. Is a veteran of the civil war In which ho foupht w.th tho rii'ft New Yo-k Cavilr. Cadet Coll.ns l survhe.l by his j..ir. eti"t, two brolhers. I'albei1 Co1!fo. la the Marine Avlatam Cm pa, and N.-'sf , Collin". In tho f A. T. i". at lvnnvy' vatila, and iwo Meters, tin- M'e. Martin, ml i:.i c ilin. all if l'.-'h. r- f.i' .1 i.r.ditci: v. ii i'ii.i:. (ieiiict' V. Ttittle i"". uiio fnrnit rly was well ltno'vo li Will siret-r -iol w' t had be t n tuic ..f ih f. u iuo.'. tta-nM co'lertors In Mie leiiii'iv l'.r tho l.i.' dlCtll lUH, dill h Kail idy lit.' l"llil.,v 'l ll -1 bOIll- H e M.t'lb. 1 M'L-ll . ,.l ltcoi-lin It's tle'llh wis ll'ietTt-l 't Is be! eetl In i fi'l ..linn a ..,. n.-n. ,7 I ! ppArtl for Southern Wear t'upctt.tll) dr.slcnnl fur Stout Women rill! IT lilt Hi . In, ill wlnped til liM-tflaU ii.r. utile fia- .S.auhiTU ear Puua up to busi. ri'.uij -t i-wi.ar Gowns Hulinble for inn' nfor iiikiu unit iiieiutoc near 24.75 to 135.C0 Coats Silk and llsht-neluht wisilein in itrt-l imalea tor nil ' MUM 24.75 to 89.50 Suits Tafrnn, VII- Pophn, Tileiiunrt aul Uahariline Nenest Ntri' 39,75 to 125.50 GjTuant IB tiyco wostacaLNesairorK Are eon.tri'etetl in tho term ol ii lulu within u inlio .mil rr UL'Iiri-ut from 4ll other If 1I10 leaks tifu stopmit your fuel bill is roitueett i'0"' Kiilrniiini u.r nUlusI for iusullallou by our .kjl.un niM'Ji4iit.M. lunuus In ail lir.-c fit lis. A I .SON ltr). CO., i.l.i nuv. 11,1,1. H. 1111 I'.irk Ave . N V Arililieils III ir avoid At'in and I'oi.sioxoiM nut on. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Qulekly ami tieriiiananily minovnl wllii.iut unf Inn, atiitionary Multiple .N'emlle, Waria, .Melra ami iiirinniarka .liiitfiy rcnunt.il MMI'l VAI,Ki:it, 1 Weat .Hill, liree. ey . 36S. Itl'.I.IH'lOl'S".ll KUTWriMK.NT.S. ST. STEPHEN'S"'!,'. i'r nvioVr,,r- Hev. .NATHAN A. hi;.(,M It, I)., llei ior. At l r M ii aerHeo in iiicoiory ol Limn Hugh Minll )i Th.'iilliiiHi, killed lo l-'r.iri.-, on Kept ' n jiIIm Itfriltiit thu hiIi A. m S'tutiUivn. PlfA nil i LAST TRIBUTES PAID tO MAJOR-GEN. BELL Body Sent to Arlington After Ceremony Here. An officer and six enlisted rrrti of the Twenty-second Infantry Blood at ntten tlon about tho open casket containing the body of Major-Gen, J. Kr.mUlIn Hell, former commnnder of tho Hepartniont "f the nujft.t In tho Utile chapel of St. Cornelius, jbc Cuitmlon, nt iloernors Island yoptrnla. The strip of colored ribbon, lndlciitlns that ho had renehod the CuKrosslonal Medal of Honor for braverv lens olonfl no Hie lirnnut of his tillve .Ir'ti tini.M. A .........I ... v.iAti ! women and children tiled tlirouBh the OhapeL tci pay tliolr last tributes to the voternn. Ki(ll military honors wero ac corded by the garrison, Chaplain Kdnimid limit Smith con duiiel tlin funeral serlce, asslstoil by tho Itev. Thomas Dempsey, chaplain of the Twenty-second Ihf.intry Theto was a eulogy by the Hev. W. T. .Mannlna:. rector of Trinity Church, and sliming by the chapel rhoii under tho direction ot ('apt. A,' K. Hnlpin. A bfl'id headed the proce'vslon which escurltd- Uic .body to the ferryboat, It was followed by lio Third llattnllon of the Trtcntj -Reisiml n Ii0 then came the cteisy alil, the llac draped cashct icstlnc on an artillery c.ils-soii drawn by fopr black horses. The Oitioral's charxer, caparison Mi' In black, wns led Imme diately !ii reur. An nrmorad motor car, draped with flairs, carried til's casket to the Pennsylvania Station, where It was placet! on a train for Washington, where burial will lake place In tlio National Military Cemetery at Arlington. A KUnrd of honor accompanied It. Tho hoiHHiiry paMbearers weie: Mnjor-lj'en 11 ir'.i I.. Scott former Chief of St'ifT nnd now commander nt Catnn lllv. Major-Gen. Havld 1.. Shanks, commard' r of the port of embarkation . Ill 1c Gen C,orce II. McMnnus, Hiia-.-Oen. Tfecpdore llltiham. former Police IMPORTANT UNRESTRICTED SALES BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES ti.Vt'NSTILrttWITM lA t.TlA.' YnBlf iTTY UmaSJiUMlTI KW YORK. CITY TO-MORROW (MONDAY; and Until Date of Sale ON FREE VIEW 9 A.M. UNTIL 6 P.M. TO BE SOLD On Tuesday Afternoon of this week, at 3 o'clock vi 'i in; AMERICAN ART GALLERIES COLORED FISHING PRINTS. MEZZOTINTS AND LINE-ENGRAVINGS ritOM a not uu.r. rnivvn: i ollkction and a portion of those Katliered hi the late CHARLES ROBERTS or vim son. phi NI1 On Tuesday Evening of tliis week at 8:15 o'clock ENGRAVINGS. ETCHINGS AND DRAWINGS i vv.Mi'LCs or Tin; works or WHISTLER. HADEN, REMBRANDT .M OIIIIMt OIIII slIHMh 1 rum rr-lioie tiltei flout nml I slates lot li'dlos I I ee of Mll I'. S. I Olll Mil. I and the r.tntrs of tl'e l.nte li:illltM III KM INN .mil 1 N Ull I'l I'l I 1(1 I I nt New , nrk I II) ALSO iii hum i iiov n nir n:i sirr.s i -n in t! im; mux Thursday Evening of This Wek IN THE GRAND BALL ROOM OF THE PLAZA ' Nil On the Aflcrnoons of Thursday j and Friday of this week J r i in: i AMERICAN ART GALLERIES The Art Collection ' of the latr ' Governor Oliver Ames ; 111 M s ( 111 SI 1 S Consisting of Valuable j Modern Paintings B,y Foreign and American Mnatrra, Including Several Fine Exs-v.plea of George Inneas. A VERY IMPORTANT GATHERING of I .. l L I t--li-.: T ' I Venetian sian ov wr. oirian, lojionni anj . i IVenetij Murano Oompajoa, lleaiit!,'il Palo J TuiHm Sovtes Vaics (torn Ihefamouj Mary J. Morsan Colleclien, Suncili .Salon Palo 5u. i P)le Vaioa flora the J. ioo collodion, A Ur;e quanlily of lieaiiliful service plates and other table China in Setres Mii.loni, Copelanil and i down Derliv. fina tiMa slauwire, artistic brorzci, marlile eul,Mufc, dock icl, arl i ;urnitiire, niao jam uiicmai iui3, arui The Famous Dennis Vase from (lie Mary J. Morgan Collection, reputed to I10 the finest and moit important example, ol cameo gUu in eiislence. j ., lllil-lr.nril ntiil'iaile 11111II11I n r(.. , , celil ( ''IU1. ALSO ON VIEW TO-MORROW The Valuable Paintings By Modern Masters Colin leil by the lite John W. Sterling ts li l ll Intliiilet I'lne l!aniilra of Schroycr, Ztcm, Cazin, Rico, Vibert, Manner, Detnille, Alfred Stevena, Arts, Madlaio, Ooughton, Couble, Cot, Dupro, Jacquct, J. G. IJrown anil other artists of promlucnca. to 111: hoi.n b) Direction of Hie l.eeulor Friday Evening, of this week IN THE GRAND BALL ROOM OF THE PLAZA . Illiihlriitnl I nfiilosiio mnllril 011 re. icllil ni I III) L't'liU. Hie hull". Mill lie riin.liirleil by .MIL 'I NOMAS 1 KIIIIIY nnd Ills Asll.inH, of (lie AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Manuijora, :, I mill li I asl '.' lil .tl Maill.011 Hn. Ho, Commissioner, now attached to tho engi neer staff of tho Department of the 15at : rajor-0cn. John K. Wllktns. head nf tho tlualtcrnnstcr Department, New York city; Ilrftc-Hen. William A. Mann, orranlxer of the lUlnbow Division : Col. f. K. C. Tlllsoti of the Twenty-second Infanlry, nt preeent notlnii tointiiandcr of the Department of the IJast ; Col. Wll loUKhby Walke, Hear Admiral Na thaniel It. Usher, commander of the Third N'nval District, nnd Hear Admlrat McDonald, In command of the Hrooklyn navy yard. ll.l.MDI, W, CLAItn. Daniel W. Chre, for years one of the host known first itr.itlo doIortlvcH at 1'n lUv lleadquarlrrs, 'died rrldHyn New Jersey after a, HnKerinir Illness He was born forty years nt;o 1n l.on(r Island City, and bnd liecn on l!i. ttntlcn r.rrt for fifteen Msirs. Ho received stieclnl 5IhJ PARIS 1 'The Paris Shop or America" Hearanee now ih progress involves all remaining Winter apparel- selections are still ex tensive owing to the vast collections for which this establishment is justly noted Frdeks EnuiNs at $55 $75 J95 Formerly S95 to S195 Evening ULTrars at 1 2 5 $ 1 4 5 $ 1 6 5 Formerly lo $295 Tailored -Suits' at $4 5 $ 7 5 $9 5 Foi tncrly $75 lo $185 at 55 $75 $95 Formerly $95 lo $195 Millinery at $ J0 & $15 Formerly lo $45 Fur Cdat5-Wrap5-5et5 Greatly Reduced 7 he following are nolable exam ples of Ihe values, being offered. $3000 NATURAL MINK WRAP ... at $1800 $1350 MOLE COAT . . . . at $950 $950 MOLE CAPE (Fox Collar) . . at $650 $875 MOLE & HUDSON SEAL COAT. at $595 $650 SQUIRREL & SEAL COAT at $450 $225 NATURAL NUTRIA BOX COAT . at $250 $650 HUDSON SEAL DOLMAN WRAP at $'195 $650 KOLINSKY COATEE at $450 $450 SEAL COAT, Kolinsky trim at " $325 $275 NUTRIA COATEE at $195 $225 BROWN CARACUL COATEE .. at $150 $125 POiNTED FOX SET at $ 75 S450 ERMINE CAPE STOLE at $350 $225 AMERICAN ERMINE STOLE . at $175 $285 SHORT MOLE STOLE at $195 FISHER SCARFS, silk-lined animal effects, Formerly $125 at $85 ALSO INTRODUCING i ...... J,ials ,a.n Lajiatc sor Q)princj TAlIinURS DAY WRAPS - GOWNS HATS and NEW FASHIONS i.v SPRING TURS 11 commendation from his superiors, for hlii work In brcalilni; up ticub robbers several ye.trs iiko. Clare was selcqted as (tuard for .1. I'lerpont Motjcan's body, after the latter' death. Funeral services will bn held to-morrow morning at tha homo r.f William t.utjenn, 2(1" SprliiKdale avenue, Klait Ornnqe, N. J., and thence to All Souls Chun Ii, where a requiem mass will bo cffeied. Clare Is survived by his wlf and ,i sister and brother of Ihib Iiland uuy. lr, Niiiri Accepts Oftlce. I '.in ic .I.in. II Mrs. W. fj. Sharp, wife .if the Anuricn Ambassnlor, liris I accepted i lie honorary pnisldenry of the , Kreneh Provisional Coui.eil of the Amer I lem Yo'inc Women s Christian Assocla- "'ii. an.- i r t mi is nncon, ot .mw ors, ... .....uLlntLl 1 ftt . t 1 r I' -""I "Hn .141.1. llOUt'I l IjlllllllllK, wife of Ihn American SccrUnry of SUte, Ir vlce-presidf nL AVEAT 46TJJ ST NEW YORK , . , 41 s 1 1 - - 3. .4 Mt 1 ft 1' r s ' u t . ,S.-g- T . f , . . . .,. ,i i'