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PIPING ROCK SHOW
ATTRACTS SOCIETY Automobiles Parked About Mng Talto Tlaccs of Ous tomary JJoxcs. ' jlAXY KxVT UNDER TREES Luncheon Parties Aro Held While Diners Throng Clubhouse The annul Piping Rock horse show irought out a larger gatherlnc reater liy, the h(m' tln on the old ireends of the club In Locust Valley, k i which are surrounded-'by woods, miking the ring one of the most at trictlva In ths country. Both momlnr n afttrnoon many automobiles vara plrkd about the Tin, these taking the plica of the customary boxes. Tha of jeers of the Piping Rock Horse Show Association are Paul D. Cravath, president; Thomas Hitchcock and MARRIED. DEGESEn MABT1N. At Wilton, Conn., on September JO, bjr the Right Rev. Arthur S. Lloyd, Mary Martin, daugh ter of Edward S. Mattln, to Paul, Arnold Degener. OODKIN CLARKE. On September 50, UK, In Qracs Church, Union Springe, X, T., by tha RT, Edwin a. White, Lawrence Godkln to Cornelia Kuhn Clarke. ltOS31TEn ALLEN. On Saturday, Sep tember 10, at tha home of tha bride's perenU. In Danbury, Conn, by the jut. A, C. Coburn, Isabf men. Allen to Frank Heath RoaalterT DIED. OICKUA!. Robert Nell, holered husband of Julia Wherry Slckman. auddenly of tppendlcltla at San Dtoge, Cat, ea September 14, 1111. Funeral prlrate at CleTeland, Ohio, OILBERT. At tier residence. In Brooklyn, Maria, -widow of tha lata Bradford L. Gilbert of this city, and formerly Mra. Jerry McAuley. Funeral eervlcea -will bo held a the Jerry McAuley Water Street Mission, lit Water street. New Tork city, on Sunder afternoon. (September XI. Ill, it 4:19 o'clock. LUDLOW. On September IBfe 11, Elisa beth, widow of Richard Jaffa Ludlow, ged 71. Funeral eerrlcea at her lata reeldenee, 1!S Cheeter street, Mt. Vernon, N. T., Tueidaj-, at 1:10 P. M. MARSHALL William J. Services "CAMP BELL FUNERAL, CHURCH," Monday, 11 A. M. Auspices Actors' Fund. LITERS. Suddenly, at Norfolk. Conn., Saturday, September 10, 111, Suean B. Holmes, widow of Freeman Rawdon Mrere and daughter of the lata Rev. Edwin and Sarah McClellan Holmes. 1 Funeral fjom the reeldenee of her nephew. Dr. Edwin Holmes, Pallssda avenue. Englewood, it. J on Monday, September 11, at 1:41 P. M. O'NEILL. Agnes, on September 10. Lying in itate "CAMPBELL FJJNERAI. CHURCH." Broadway and 8lxty-slxth Itrret (Frank R. Campbell). rRTKE. Robert C, on September II. Lrlng In state "THE FUNERAL. CHURCH," Broadway and Sixty-sixth treet (Frank E. Campbell). BQSB. John Barclay, son of John B. and Uaude Barclay Rose, on Saturday, September 10, 1111, 11:15 A. M.. at ft. Lfit'i HoiplUI, Newburgh, N. T. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon, September 51, at the mor tuary chapel of Murtfeldt A Callyer. Gran street, Newburgh. Funeral private. Interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery. SCLUVAN. Entered Into rest September; in at me noma or ner aaugnter, Mrs. Malcomb Cameron Anderson Maatuxet, Weeterly, R. I., Emily 8. Sullivan, II Eait Seventy-fourth atreet. New Tork city, wire of the late Daniel F. Sulll an of Penearola, Fla. Interment from Christ's Church, West rly, R. I., Monday, September 11. TATLOR. At Upper Montolalr, N. J Thursday, September II, 111. Seymour Guy, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter W. Taylor. Funeral aervlees will (be held at hia home, l Duryea road, Sunday, Septem ber 11, 4:10 P. M. Trains leaving Jar- ey City, Erie Railroad, 1:10 P. M for Upper Montelalr station. WII.SO.V. Suddenly, at hie home In StocUbrlUrc, Maes., on September II,' 1M. Hugh M. WUeon, huiban'd of ome Williams Wilson. sri private at Stockbrldcs.v, UNDERTAKERS. Once a Millionaire Left 15 Cents By DR. BERTHOLD A. BAER. She was a lady of culture and refinement. She had just arranged for the burial of her hus band, a former millionaire. Today he had died, penniless, friendless. , "All I possess in this world is fifteen cents," she said ; "will you take these and purchase one rose, just one rose, to be placed upon his casket?'' Rarely have I seen such eyes, full of sorrow and tender devotion. "No one is so poor, .no one so lonely but that he lias a friend in Frank E. Campbell. Your husband will be buried with true Campbell service,' and there will lie a wreath 'of roBes upon his casket,." said Mr. Campbell. I know the above to be true, for I was present when Mrs. S. called. I also know what "Campbell Service" means : the demised is taken from the home, the hotel, or the apartment to tho Campbell Building, Broadway. at66th Street, where a separate rbm is assigned to him, there to lie in state with princely honors. There the family and friends may come at any hour, day or night, to pay homage to the dear departed. Funeral services will be held in the world renowned Funeral Church on tho second floor of the. "Campbell Building" ;,tbe Campbell Quartette and a master organist enhance the beautiful service. Strange that New Yorkers know so little of this greatest of all Institutions which iB visited daily by out-of-town people who have heard of the i unique place where death loses its sting and where nothing remain but beautiful memories. George S. Fahys, .vlct.prasldenta, and Fred aria Potu Moore, treasurer. As the day was warm aeveral lunch eons were given under the trees, while fully 150 parsons had luncheon In the clubhouse, (he dining- and assembly rooms being- filled, while others were served on the verandas. The luncheon at the club was served from a buffet, there being; self-service for those who desired. those who had luncheon parties under the trees .were Mr. and Mrs. E, Parker Klrlln, Mr. "and Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs. Doom E. Fahys and Mr. knd Mrs. Samuel WUets. Among Those at Club, With Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Cravath at the club -were Mrs. Oliver Itead, Mrs. Charles Devello Lathrop, Mrs. James S. Larkln and William S. Has kell. Among; others lunching- at the club were Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Car hartt, who ware with Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Aldrlch; Miss Ruth Anderton, a debutante, who waa with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Townsend Montant : Mr. and Mrs. B. Reeve Merrltt, Mrs. Townsend Aehmore, Mrs. Henry Vsroum Poor, ine uistos Amy and Edith Kohisaat, Monson Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weekes. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Burr, Dr. and Mrs. 'Walter D. James, the Misses Helen and Eunice James, Mr. 'and Mrs. Horatio .N. Shonnard, ilr. and Mrs. J. Harseji Rhoades, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Appleton Robblns, Mrs. Edmund Ran dolph, Air. and Mrs. Frederick G.Have meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Collate Hoyt Alsa Mr. and Mrs. Irving; Brokaw, Mr. sad Mrs. Bdwsrd Mantes, Miss ' Dorothy Manic. Mr. and Mrs. Oeom Rose. Mrs. Stephen Brown, Henry C. Beadleston, ArcniDAia a. iiutcmrteon, sr., Mrs. win lam II. Force, Miss Katherlne Force, Mr. and Mrs. Alfonse P. Villa, Mr, and Mrs. Mortimer L. Bchlff, Mrs. Edward Shear son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Van Rensselaer. Visitors at Show ninsj. Later all these weh .to the show rlnc, whir there were many others who had come from luncheons at nearby country houses. Among; these were Judge and Mrs. Elbert H. Gary. Myron T. Herrlek. Mrs. Georg-8 S. Stlllman, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. S. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rene Moen, Mr. and Mrs, 'Joseph W. Hafrl man, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sergeant Cram, Mrs. Arthur Scott Burden, Dr. and Mrs. Preston Pops Satterwhlte, Mrs. Cyril Dugmore, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Colby, who were with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brokaw: Frederic Potts Moore, Archi bald Mcllwatne, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trimble. Harry Cuehlng 3d, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fletcher, Miss Jean Fletch er, Dr. John Van der Poel, P. StuyveBant Plllot, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peabody, the Misses Helen and Sheila Byrne, Mr. andj Mrs. .J. Denlson Sawyer, Mr. and Sirs. Oliver W. Bird, Jr., LawrenceAtterbury. Robinson Riley, former U. 8. Consul at Nice; Mrs. Riley .and MlssGlnetta Riley, who were with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wlllota; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Aldred. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Brokaw, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph E. Davis, Harvey Ladew, Mr. and Mra. Richard Davlsson, Capt. d'AnnunxIo of the Italian army, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Townsend., Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wlnmlll. Mr. and Mrs. Beekman Wlnthrop, Mr. and Mrs. W. Qoadby Loew, the Misses Loew, S. A. Warner Baltaxzl, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Salmon. Francis L. Hlne, Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fletcher. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lovett, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Doubleday, Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. P. Cooper 'Bryce, Mr. and Mrs. William V. Hester, Mr. and Mrs. Farls R. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Fant of Memphis. Term.; John J. Keenan, Frank Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sands Wlllard, -Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Klrlln. Miss llrabeth Klmlln, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson llyda and Mr. and Mrs. John O'Day. Roosevelt Memorial Mall Approved Washinoton, Sept. 10. Special can cellation for mall matter which will show the words "Roosevelt Memorial Association, October 20-17," was finally authorised to-day by Congress to aid the association's campaign for 15,000,000 to construct a Roosevelt Memorial. TODAY'S BEAUTY HELP We find you can bring out -the beauty of your hair to Its very beat advantage by washing it with can throx. It makos a very simple, in expensive shampoo, which cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly of all the dandruff, dirt and excoss oili lteving a Vronderfully clean, wholbsome feeling. After its use, you will find that the hair dries quickly and evenly, is never streaked in appeal -ance and is always brieht. soft and fluffy; do fluffy, in fact, that it looks more abundant than it is, ana so soft that jtrranging it becomes a pleasure. Juat use a teaspoonful of canthrox, which you can rot from any edod drue- gist, dissolve it fn a cup of hot watei : this makes a full cup of shampoo liquid, enough eo It is ejay to apply it to all tho hair instead of just the top of tho head. Adv. UNDERTAKERS. LENOX ENTERTAINS LADY HENDERSON e "Wlfo of Manlier of Entourage of Prince of Wales Visits Ecsort. BAKERS GIYE BIOvTARTY Many Society Folk Aro Stay ing Over the Week End at Hotel Aspinwall. Special Dittxtteh to Tas Sex. Lenox, Mass., Sept 20. Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart McLennan are entertain ing at Ashlntully iln Tyrtngham Lady Henderson of London and her two chil dren and Major E. F. Newcombe of the Princess Patricia regiment of Can ada. Lord Henderson is with the en tourage of tlio Prince Of Wales in Can ada. Mr. and Mrs. McLennan enter tained to-night for their guests. An Im portant dinner for Lady .Henderson will "be given by them Monday night. Leaving to-day for Racquette Lake to Join the house party being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Baker were Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Pease, Mrs. Allen B. Fenno, Mra Enrico J. Conlll, Miss Anna R. Alexandre, Miss Isabel D. Shotter and Samuel Frothlng ham. Jr. Miss Marie Uramwell of New York Is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. S. Park man Shaw. Mrs. Geotge Flser went to New Tork to-day after a long stay at Hotel Aspin wall. Mrs. George B. Duncan, who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Dunscombe at the hotel, will leave Mon day for New York. Mrs. Hugo Relslnger of New York, travelling with Mrs. Adolphus Busch and Mrs. Theodore H. Comades of St Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Stan wood J. Wellington and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford D. Sohler of Boston arrived at Hotel Aspinwall. Mrs. Charles. Shepard of - Washington Is stopping with Mrs. J. Frederic Schenck. Dr. and Mrs. Percy R, Turnure of New York are with Mrs. George E. Turnure At Beaupre. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. K. Boll arrived to-day to visit' Col. and Mrs. Newbold Morris. Miss Adelo Kneeland gave a recep tion and tea at Falrlawn to-day and Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarko entertained friends at luncheon. WILL CLOSE NEWPORT HOMES. The nakhmeteffa to Stay Here Be fore Golnar to Washington. Sftcial Dtipateh to Cns Sp., Nbwport, Sept 20. George 'liakhme teff, formerly Russian Ambassador to this country, will close his Newport sea son on "Wednesday. He and Mme. Bakhmeteff wilt stay a while at the Rltz Carlton, New York, before coin to Washington for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berwtnd will end their Newport season next week, Mrs. Berwlnd haa been 111 all summer,, .and Is not Improved In health. Because the Countess Szechenyt Is here her brother-in-law. Harry Payne Whitney, will not close his Newport place tms montn. The .oountees, much run down as a result of war work. Is- recu--peratlng h'ore. visiting her mother, Mrs. Vanderbllt. at The Breakers. James Stuart Barnty -will be an ex hibitor at the fall and winter art ex hibition. He painted during the sum mer some of the beautiful scenes about Black Point. Mrs. George Henry Warren enter tained at lunchoon this afternoon. Mrs. Cass Ledyard had .1 large company for tea this afterp6n. Commander Richard Walnwrlght. Jr.. and Mrs. Wal.irvla-ht have returned tb Washington after vis iting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walnwrlght, In Jamestown. BLASS ON WEEK END VISIT. Secretary linker Gun to Clrvclnnd to Make Address. v Special Detpatch to Ths Sex. Washington, Sppt 29. The Secre tary of the Treasury went to his home In Lynchburg, Va., this morning, where he will spend the week end with Mrs. Glass and their daughters. The Secretary of War Is in Cleveland, where he went to- address 'the Chamber of Commerce. .The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane entertained a small company In formally at dinner last evening. The Secretary of tho Navy and Mrs. Daniels will return to Washington on Monday from a trip torthe Pacific coast and Hawaii. The Minister from' the Serbs. Croats and Slovenes and Mme. 'Groultchx were tho guests of honor, this evening at) din ner of the United' States Minister to Rumania, 'Charles J. Voplka, who was formerly also Minister to Serbia. The Minister and Mme. Groultch have leased the house at 2148 Wyoming avenue which Is occupied by, the retiring Secre tary of Commerce and Mrs. nedfleld. The marrlsge of MIjs Frances Elwell Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fairfax Robertson, to Frederick Scott 'Campbol! of Philadelphia took place this evening. The ceremony was performed In the home of the bride s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Alexander Moore, at North Braddock, near Alexandria, Va., at 8:30, by the Rev. Dr. Berryman Green, dean of the Theological seminary of Virginia, Miss Mary Fairfax Robertson was her sister s only attendant and the best man was Edward U Green of Cambridge, Ohio. A reception followed the cere mony. Among the out ofi town guests were Mr. and Mrs. James 19. Gibson of Phlla delphla. Major John AV. Reynolds of Erie, Pa. ; Major and Mrs. W. F. Rob ertson of Greenville. S. C. : Mr. and Mrs, Edward L. Green of Cambridge, Ohio; Dr. Hayne of Columbia, S. C. ; Ross Robertson of Hayraarket, Va. ; Mrs. Paul B. Davis of Brooklyn, and tho Rev. Oli ver J. Hart, who h.as Just returned from two years service overseas with the First Division. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will make their home In Ambler, Pa. WOMEN 2 YEARS IN WAR WORK l'hllndelphlans Back After Over sea Unties With Y. M. C. A. Special DetpatcA to Tut Sex. Pun-APSM-HtA, Sept. 20.7 Miss Emily Kalghn Smith and Miss Elizabeth Smith have returned after two sears service overseas In the Y. M. C. A They are occupying their country home, Gwynedd Valley. Mrs. Albert E. Turner and her family returned td-day from -Tamarack Camp. William T. Harris of Narboth has an nounced the engagement of-hls daughter, Miss Amy Harris,' to Lewis Wood Easby of Media. - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rebmann have announced the' marriage on Thursday of their daughter Elizabeth to Schmidt Oppenlander- The engagement of their daughter. Miss Margaret Paul, has beeirannouhced by Mr. and Mrs, Samuel L. Paul of Nor wood, She will marry Sydney Long of Lyawood, but ths date has not, been set, 'THE .SUN, SUNDAY, . K0TE8 OF THE SOCIAL WOULD. Mrs. William Lahman Bull of 500 Madison avenue, who passed the sum mer at Murray Bay, Is at Bukwbod Inn, Shawnee, Pa for the autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brokaw havo returned from York Harbor, Me., to Frost Mill Lodge, their couutry place In Mill Neck, L. I. . Mr. and Mrs. Plerpont Morgan Ham ilton, who were married on September 11 In St. John's Chapel-on-thc-Moun-taln, near Bcrnardsvllle, N. J., are at the Fort William Henry Hotel;- Lake George. Mr. and Mrs. Michael. Gavin havo re turned to their country placo In Ber nardsvllle. N. J., from Murray Bay, where they passed several weeks. Mrs. Gavin Is the daughter of the late James J. Hill. -r- Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Townsend will leave this week for the Virginia Hot Springs. Dr. nd Mrs. Norman Dltmsn havo come fromfceouthampton to pass a few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. llene Moen at' Locust Valley. Mrs. John C. Wllmerdlng has re turned to It West Thlrty-llrst street from Richfield Springs, where she passed the greater part of tho summer. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Kroch are re ceiving congratulations on tho birth of c son last Thursday at their home, 621 Park avenue. Mrs. Krcch was Miss Mary Stevens Chapln. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrill Chapln of this city and Bernardsville, N. J. She was .Introduced to society four years ago at a dance ilven for her by her mother at Sherry'j. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Whiting of 19 West Forty-seventh street announced yesterday the engaoement of their daughter. Miss Margaret Murray Whit ing, to Dulany Logan of Louisville, Ky. Miss Whiting was graduated frorti Miss fpence's School In 1916 and was intro duced to society In December of that year. Mr. Logan Is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Logan of Louis ville. Ho recently returned from France. where he. served with the Sixtieth Coast Artillery, U. S. A. No date has been set for tho wedding. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Barbara Frances Gallatin Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen, of this city, to irrancis inman Amory, Jr.. son 01 Francis I. Amory. of 413 Common wealth avenue, Boston. Miss Allen served two years durlnir the war In France with Miss Anne Morgan's unit of the American Committee for Devas tated France, and was In charge of the young women who drove motor trucks. She was decorated with the Croix de Guerre by Marshal Petaln for her work in June and July. 1918. at Chateau Thierry and Belleau Woods. Miss Allen is a slste-of Mrs. Goodhuo Llv lncston. Jr., whoso marrlaso took place recently. air. ana -Mrs. 11. ward Ford of this city and Morrlstown. N. J., havo an nounced the engagement ot their daugh ter. Miss Emily Ward Ford, to John Le Jloy Glover, son of Mrs. Henry Sheaff Glover, of Moorlands, Fairfield. conn. miss Ford was Introduced to roclety three seasons ago. Mr. Glover was graduated from Tale In 1917 and Is K member of the Union Club, this city. He served overseas during the war for twelve months as a Captalan In the United States Air Service, and received the Croix de Guerre. Announcement has been made by the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Eliot of Cambridge. Mass., of the engagement of (heir daughter. Miss Rosamund Eliot. to William Gorham Rich, Jr., of Albany, .V. Y.. son ot William G. Rice, president of the New York State Civil Service Commission, and a grandson of tho lato Chancellor John V. I Pruyn of Albany. Miss Eliot was graduated from Rad- cllffe College In 1917, and since then i:as been engaged In social service work .11 this city. She Is a granddaughter of Charles W. Eliot. Dresldont emeritus of Harvard University. Mr. Rico was Graduated from Harvard In 19U and Is a member of the senior class nt tho Harvard Law School. Ho served three years In Franue during tho war, first 'n tho French Army and later as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army Ambulance Service. After the armis tice was signed he was tho editor of the Press lie view. French Section. Intelli gence Service. He received three cita tions for the French war cross. The engagement has been announced of Miss Helen Mulr, daughter of James Mulr of this city, and a sister. of J. Malcolm Mulr of Short Hills, N. J., to Ira B. Wheeler of Elizabeth, N. J. Mrs. James Carson Courts of 1940 Blltmore street, Washington, D. C, has announced the engagement ot her daughter, Miss Sue Courts, to Jtlchard V. Oulahan, head of the Washington Bureau of the .New York Times, who lecently. returned from Paris, where he waa In charge of the Times staff at the Peace Conference. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bomann of Plain field, N. J., of the engagement of their daughter. Miss Dorcas Marie Bomann. to -Robert F. De Graff, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ds Graff, also of Plain field. Miss Bomann was graduated from the Hartrldgo School, Platnfield, snd from Miss Tewksburys School at Scarsdale, N. Y, She Is. a member of the Plalnfleld Motor Corns of the Amer ican Red Cross. M Oo Graff was graduated from the Hotchklss School And during the war served nine months in Franco as p. Lieutenant In tha Ord nance Department, U. S. A. Children to Aid Red Cross. Ten million American school children members of the Junior Red Cross are to participate in a third Red Cross roll call that will be rounded through out the country between November 3 and November 11. The Idea Is, basical ly, to redoublo the effort to alleviate the sufferings or children in Europe. Re lief for poor children of this country will also be a part of the programme. 1 THE PLAZA FIFTH AV. AT CENTRAL PARK Announces New and greatly extended facilities for exclusive social functions. COMING-OUT PARTIES WEDDINGS. SUBSCRIPTION DANCES PRIVATE DANCES JUNIOR ENTERTAINMENTS DINNER PARTIES BANQUETS and all other functions of an excluilve social nafure The Grand Ball Rjom and the Ball Room Foyer have been enlarged and re-decorated to meet every re quirement of the most elab orate occasion. Reserva tions are now being made. FRED STEKRY Managing Director SEPTEMBER 21, 1919. (TLOSENCE HEDLEY TO "WED. Danshter of I. R. T. Officer Will Be Bride of Horry Henemler. Invitations have been Issued for tho marriage of Miss Florence M. Hodley pf 06 Fanshaw avenue, yan Cortlandt terrace, Yonkers, daughter of Frank Hedley, vice-president and general man ager of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company ofNowjrork, to Harry Hene mler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Henemler of 601 Wst 138th streot The ceremony win tako placo on Saturday ovenlng, October 4, In St. Andrew's Me morial Episcopal Church, on Morris street, Yonkers, the rector, the Rev. fcranclg Theodore Brown, olllclatlng. Miss Hedley Vlll be attended by Mrs. Walter J. Hedley and Miss Frances Hed ley, and by Mrs. C. N. Herrendes and Miss Grace Henemler, a sister of the bridegroom. Ancel Henemler will be his brother's bast man. MBS MENK BECOMES,. BRIDE Miss Moss la Married, to Capt. Hoffman. Special Deipatch to The Sux. Lono Branch, N. J., Sept. 20. Miss Mary E. Menk, only daughter of Mr. and Mm. TTttffh M -rnij nr ei a-' -' w- u, wwu avenue, was married to Charles Luf- ourrow, son or jsagar LUfburrow of At lantic Highlands, at tho First Reformed Church to-day. Tho Rev. Alfred Dun comb officiated. The couplo were at tended by Miss Edna Gullck and Robert Lufburrow, a brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held. Mr. and Mrs. Tifhnriviw hii at Perry Point, Md. miss Lime May Moss waa married to day to Capt Harold T. Hoffman. Both are of South AmW. Th nv r t a Handley officiated. Capt Hoffman serve .4U . I rt. . . . . . . . ... " "'o j-woniyninin division in tne A. E. F. Tho couple left after the ceremony for Niagara Falls. SOUTHERN COUPLE ENGAGED. 311ns Virginia Harrison to Wed Frederick C. McCorinnck. ' Special Despatch to Tns Sex. Baltimore. Sent. 20. Mm. Evelvn ITArrJunn nf T7I t-rrl n t r, nB . nounced the- engagement of her daugh ter, -miss Virginia ltltcnie Harrison, to Frederick Clarke McCormack. Mr. McCormack Is tho son of Mrs. Isaao EL Emerson by a former marriage una nas spent mucn time with Capt. and Mra. Emnrsnn nt Hmnlrlnn WrnA estate in Green Spring Valley. During the war ho served with the naval re- Borves. 110 is a brother of Mrs. Francis H. McAdoo, formerly Miss Francis Mc Cormack. whoso husband Is William GIbbs McAdoo. ox-Hoeratarv nf the Treasury. No date has been set for the wedding. THORNTOif STRUSE. Brooklyn Girl Is Married to Xaval Officer. Miss Anne Struse. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Struse of 2S44 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn, was married to Ensign John Murray Thornton. U. S. N., at noon yesterday In the Church 01 tne Ascension, Fifth avenue and Tenth street. The Rev. Percv Rtlek- liey Grant performed the marriage cere mony. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white satin and chiffon and her tulle veil was held with oransre blossoms. Shn tarried a bouquet of white roses and lines of the valley. Miss Norma Struse was her Bister's maid of honor and only attendant. She wore n costume, of orchid colored net over satin of the same shade and a hat to correspond, carrying a bouquet ci pinn roses anu mauve orchids. En sign C. N. Smith was best man. and Iho ushers were Ensigns IL C Robln- t-on. sinton, S. T. Allen. L. S. Perry, C. M. Abson and W. H. Roberts. fcnslgn Thornton was rraduatcd from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, and is now stationed on the North Dakota, which is at present at Rockland, Me. Stlllivell Miss Helen Coons, daughter of Dr. William S. Coons, former Health Officer or honkers, was married at 8 o'clock last evening to John Charles Stlllwell. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Still- well, in the Central Methodist Episcopal Chucch, Yonkers. The Rev. Foster A. Coons, uncle of tho bride and naBtor ot the Highland Methodist Episcopal unurcn or itigniand. rv. v., omclated, Miss Carol Williams of Claremont. N, Y., was maid of honor. Dore Darling was best man. The bridegroom -Is a nephew of Alderman Frederick H. Still well, Democratic, candidate for Mayor 01 xonKers. Spooner Karner. The marriage of Mies Clara Karner. daughter of Mra Georgo Karner of i rutpeci avenue, i-iainneia, .N. J., 10 tne Kov. Lewis Spooner, pastor of the Con gregatlonal Church, Pueblo, Col., took placo last"" svenlng at tho homo ot tho bride s mother In Plalnfleld, the Rev. Dr. C. E. Herring or-ythe First Presbyterian Church officiating. Miss Esther Karner. sister oftho bride, was maid of honor (RERGDORF tfo&DMAN 616 FIFTH AVENUE between 49th and 50th Su. Present Paris importations and original productions, . featuring clothes of a type distinguished and exclusive Labor disputes having been adjusted, orders for tailored Suits and Trottcur Frocks can now be executed without delay GOWNS SUITS WRAPS COATS FURS i and W. IT k T.i!rtlMit brother of the bridegroom, was best maiu After a trln ihA jniin1i. will llva In Pueblo. Torallnson .Martin, The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Mar tin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Martin of rialnfleld. N. J., to Harold Tomllnson, son of Mrs. Philip S. Hut fern, also of Plalnfleld. took place there last evening In tho Congregational Church. Tho Rev. Howard E. Clarke, assisted by tho Rev. Charles L. Goodrich or uoston, performed tha ceremony. Mrs. Lawrence V. Coleman of Boston. cousin of tho bride, was matron of nonor; Miss Marion Faulks of Elizabeth was tho maid of honor, and tho brides maids were, the Mlssos Kathryn Martin, sister of tlio bride; Allco SuITern, sister of tho bridegroom; Dorothy Stello and Constanco Veysey, all of Plalnfleld. The best man was Russell Tomllnson, brother of tlio bridegroom, and the ushers were n.verott Benjamin of Bloomfield, Sam uel Gore ot Plalnfleld and Eugene Stock ton Martin, brother of tho bride. Class Van Syokcl. Miss Eva D. van fiyckel ot 100 Fan shaw avenue, Yonkers, was married Fri day afternoon at her home to George Brlnton Class of New York city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. N. Dunham van Syckel, rector of St Thomas's Episcopal Church of Hamilton, N. Y., who la a cousin of the bride. FESTIVAL OF FLORA OBSERVED IN STYLE Westchester Society Folk in Force at Autumn Event. (More than 2,000 promjnent society folk of Manhattan and Westchester county attended a floralla at tho Harts dalo Station yesterday afternoon. Fea tures of the event wero a tennis match, doff show, exhibition ot flowers, fruit and vegetables by wealthy New Yorkers who havo country homes near Itarts dalo. A special fcaturo of the floralla was an exhibit of garden sculptures under the auspices of Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, James Fritser and Frederick MacMonnlea. Tho patronesses of the eitalr Included Mrs. Frank Betchell, Mrs. John Carsten son. Mrs. Roy Durstlne, Mrs. William Qualde, Mrs. Donn Barber, Mrs. Arthur Lawrence, Mrs. Charles W. Leavltt, Mrs. V. Everlt Macy, Mrs. J. (Nelson Shreve, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Roberta Walker, Mrs. Frank Vanderllp. Mrs. Felix War burg, Mrs. Henry Vlllard, Mrs. Henry W. Sackett, Mrs. Ogden Rold. Mrs. Rich ard T. Walnwrlght. -Mrs. Oliver Harrl man, Mrs. Pliny Flsk, Mrs. A. M. Crane, Mrs. William M. Cauldwell, Mrs. George D. Barron, Mrs. John D. Rlker and Mrs. EdwlR O. Holter. Tho groundH on the east side ot the Hartsdale station were transformed into a miniature Roman garden. The winner of the sculpture exhibit was John Greg ory, who showed "Orpheus," a group for tlio garden of Charles M. Schwab. Eugenie F. Shonnard was second. The winners of the dog show wero Mrs. .Edward C Guile,-cup for best female Pokinese; Mrs. George Gallowhur, for best male police dog; Mrs. Morgan tor best fomalo Boston terrier. The archery contest was won by Fred. erlck Warren King of tho Sleepy -Hollow Country Club. Tho tennis match resulted in Vincent Richards beating Frances Hunter, 6 4, 9 7 and In the women's singles Marie Wagner beat Mrs. Raymond, G 4, 6 4 The members of the Architectural Lcaguo of New York attended the flora 11a, as Is their autumn custom. SEASONwOF IBSEN OPENED. "nediln Gablrr" Ilns First Per. formance in Playhouse. Leigh Lovel and Octavia Kenmore opened their season of Ibsen nt the Neighborhood Playhouse last night with a presentation of "He'dda Gabler." This drama by the celebrated Scandinavian will be repeated to-night and on Tues day, Wednesday, Saturday matlneo and evening and Sunday. The production last night showed 'the careful study and sincere effort toward understanding Ibsen which Mr. Lovel has pursued during the years In which he has beon playing the dramatist's works In tho Royal Court Theatre In London. Those who assisted In their first venture here were Albert Brunlng, Augusta Havlland, Mercedes Desmore, Harold West and Ruby Hauler. STEVENSON LETTERS SOLD. American Collector Hays Them In London for 911,000. Special Cable Despatch to Tna Scs from the London Times Service. Copyright. 11. all rights retened. London. Sept. 20. A collection of let ters written by Robert Louis Stevenson to Sir Sidney and Lady Colvln Is re ported to have been sold to an unidenti fied American. The price was 811,000 The letters reveal the financial diffi culties of Stevenson and the many cm 1 barTassments of the great author. OBITUARIES. WILLIAM J. MARSHALL. William J. Marshall, one of the oldest theatrical managers In the country, died Friday in his olghty-nlnth year In the Brunswick Home, Amttyvllle. L. I., Whero he had been a Datlent under the care;4jf the Actors Fund of America since 1907. Funeral services will be hold to morrow from the Campbell Building, Broadway at Sixty-sixth street, under the auspices of the Actors Fund. air. Marshall began his stage career a the old Chambers street playhouse In 1867. After two years as an actor he essayed the role of manager and' con tlnucd In that canacltv until 111 hostih forced his retirement. HU.first wlf. -n Elsie de Courcy, for many years a lead-. ins woman in nis productions. His for mer wlfo and a daughter, Mrs. Kate V. MRS. GEORGE nAVnjT. Special DupalcK to Tns 1ifcx. Lbjtox, Mass.. Sept. 20. Mrs. Georre Grlswold Haven died to-day at Sunny- croft, her country place here, at the ege 84. Her town house was at 6 East Fifty-third street. New York. She came hero early in June. Mrs. Haven had boon 111 for a long time. Her condition became so serious last Saturday that her eon-In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Forsytho Wlckes, were called from Newport. Miss Fannie Arnot"Palmer. Besides her aaugnter, airs. Wlckes, airs. Haven leaves four stepchildren, Mrs. J. Nel son Borland, J. Woodward Haven. Qoortro G. Haven nnd Mr, RtanVim !. body, all of New York city. hajios BAnnos luco. Santiago, Chllo, Sept. 20. Ramon Barros Luco, President of Chllo from 1910 to 1915, died to-day. He had been the leader of the Liberal party for the last thirty years. Ramon TlArrnn T.nm wna tnnirtif.nt.l President of the Chilean Republto De cember 2S. 1A10. TT va himu In that office by Juan Luis Sanfuentes. .Lanier oenor iuco neia tne post of Min ister of Industries, hut renlffneri n. n result of the controversy between Peru CHARLES E. MARTIN. Charles E. Martin, Identified with the ell Industry for forty years. 'and superin tendent of the Tusoorara Oil Company of Bayonne, a subsidiary of the Stand ard OH Company, died yesterdav nt his home, 39 West Thirty-fifth street. uayonnc, agea 63 years. 110 is sur vived by his wife and two sons. PARIS 'Thi Paris Shop J itwite uoa to tlieu Jiio&t Jtnlliait xollccLijotv jofi Judlicntic ULodcL Mi JUi . rom CcdlotC?A&Hut iladclctutc and jilaBclai (Jictiruj $tazolL'oisct -'aquui and jotker xirtidti xutuAuaL xtliiitij mc&iBuuj JiouAad Avtcpc Quddiny aitree xxAdurco ' Jsotn Jli '.Maria, Quy cSwzaticXilfot Jlerfrtance zAxcrhcccd. wid &cdlw Conrfttutc, xt Mioivtng Avfurfi. Jj.omav ofi Jxi&Juott concede to Ma xuixoncf Ittc Jotvmodt Lx.jfxuluon, JhdliorilicA H 17 URGES DEVICES TO ' LIGHTEN HOUSEWORK! Food Expert Says Better Con ditions Must Come. The demand for lighter work and shorter hours now being made for house hold workers Is In sharp contrast to the' present long list of labor troubles. Tills demand does not come from a servants union or from an organltatton of house wives, but Is mado on behalf of both b7V Arthur Williams, Federal Food Admltvt Istrator for New York. 8 That equitable conditions for labor te the household, whether performed by houscewlfo or servant, Is Just as essen tial as In the factory or office, Is the conJ tentlon mftdo by Mr. Williams. "The', homo," ho 'says, "Is ,the last stronghold' to resist modern machinery and labbc. saving' devloes. If there Is no hesitancy? In equipping an office or facory witlv. these aids to efficiency, and to better working conditions with lighter labor, and shorter hours, why should there b In the case of tho homes? There Isf hardly a factory In New Yerk to-day with a foot power sewing machine, or a hotel where hand dishwashing or broom." sweeping is practised, or a hotel or com mercial laundry using the old fashioned washboard." Tho solution offered by Mr. William for tho household tabor problem and tho one which he believes will enable house wives to either keep servants contented or to perform their own work without; such aid lies in equipping the house wltlr modorn machinery and devices whlobj either perform' or greatly lighten houst hold labor. Most of these are electrically1' operated and Mr. Williams has taken! advantage of the annual electrical ex position, opening Wednesday in Grand Central Palace, of which he Is also pres- ldent, to arrange-as an exhibit a modern home In the form of a full sized apart ment In which every household task, ex cepting only bed making, will be par tially or entirely pcrformedby mechao leal means. Tho equipping of this model hdme has been In the hands of a staff of expert and It will prove a revelation to eleo--trloal show visitors. Tho housewife will be disclosed In the new role) of domestic engineer. This comprehensive exhibit la expected to aid materially the movement Arthur Williams has Inaugurated for aba emancipation of household workers. Ralae for Vnssnr Teachers. rouoHKEEPsw, Sept 20. Trustees o$ Vassar College havo announced an In crease In pay to the teaching staff at tho college, In lino with recent increase at other colleges. The present ralso ranges from 50 per cent. In the lowest crades to 12 H Per cent, for full professors. 5mAVE.Ar46TST NEW YORK of America? itertca I t! x-a . . . , 1 1 (I 1 V 1 1W x r . I i- . ..... .