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Farewell Parties
tor Ambassador
and Mrs. Davis
\ iscoun tcs.s As tor Gives Dance
for Them?Mrs. W. Lanier
Winslow Has Son.
Cable to Tub New 1"o*h 11i.ii.md.
p'jiiphl, lb..;, bj Tub New Yohk Hr.u m.u.
New York Herald Bureau, I
Loudon, March 6. )
\ mbiussarior una .Mrs. Davis were
? 'itsy last week attending a round of
?u-'wcil entertainments given for them,
iscountess Astor gave a dinner and
n"e in their honor in her London
"ome Thursday. On Tuesday Mr.
'avis accompanied by a number of mem
bers of Jms staff/ attended a levee at
*l. James s Palace, where .they met tho
ivjng. 'V ith tiie Ambasador were
Messrs. J. Butler Wright and Arthur
Bliss Lane, Commander Victor Stonewall
Jackson, Commander Bmery S. Land.
Mayors Oscar X. Solbert, Robert
Kyfltt, Douglas H. Gillette and Melvir.
J. I' anc* Capt. Hamilton Magulre. Or.
Wednesday Ambassador and Mrs. Davit
were guests at .dinner at the Spanish
.mbassy of tile Ambasador, Senor Mcrr.v
nel v at. On Monday Mr. Davis was
entertained at dinner by the Pilgrims,
snd on Friday by the American Luncheon
Club. They will sail for America on
Wednesday.
Mr. Lawrence Lanier Winslow, First
secretary of the American Embassy
here, and Mrs. Winslow are receiving
congratulations on tho birth of a son
The child was born in Bern.
Mr. Willis H. Booth of the American
diplomatic service was among the dele
Sates of foreign commercial missions
p8C'?1^ed, by 0)0 Kin? and Queen at
Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.
Americans who have gone to Paris in
clude Mrs. Julia Kenny, Messrs. Rich
ard Minsen, James C. Chrystie, Charles
?-.\^evauIt uru* Charles F. Fopel. Mrs.
William G. Crease, Miss May Ward,
stress; Messrs. Owen Wister, H. S.
"eithley, Richard L. Henderson, IT. A.
rarrar, Misses ^Elizabeth Barber, Elsie
Vllen, Mr. Walter Lay ton, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Gorden G
Uodge, Messrs. F. C. Goodwin and h!
? Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. San
flerson^ Mr. Richard P. Morrison and
Miss Edith Stoneburg.
Arrivals from the Continent include
Miss Charlotte Stewart. Mrs. F. L.
Adam, Mrs. Horace Newson, Mr. and
r XI' Horao? F- Parshall, Mrs. Clark
Labby and Mrs. Aimoo Jamet.
the Hyde Park Hotel are Messrs.
w Uliam A. Drayton, M. W. Xiven, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Seward and Mrs. H.
D. Hewson of New York.
Americans in Venice at the Hotel
Hrlstol include Mr. and Mrs. Jules De
lay of Los Angeles, Mrs. Carolina Lut
t'op and daughter of Boston, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Vogel and Mr. Simeon
Shepord of New York.
In Berlin are Mr. and Mrs. Melville
Chapman of New York.
AMERICANS IX PARIS.
Spccial Cable to The New York Herald.
Copyright, tail, by Tub New Yobk IIimald.
New York Herald Bureau, )
Pari*, March (J. }
Ambassador and Mrs. Hugh Wallace
and their niece. Miss Beeeher, have re
turned to Paris after a sojourn at
Cannes.
Mr. Edward Stuart of Washington is
visiting Nice in behalf of the Rockefeller
Foundation, which is contemplating pro
duction of a series of educational Alms.
One time Minister to Eq'uador, Mr.
Roland B. Mahanoy of Buffalo, has ar
rived at the Hotel Brighton.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren van Slyke of
New York have returned to the Hotel
<>lllon from a todr of E^ypt and the
Riviera.
Mgr. Dennis J. Dougherty, Archbishop
or Philadelphia, arrived in Paris on
Wednesday, hut left at once for Rome,
wherj lie will receive Papal approval as
the third American Cardinal.
Dr. Charles H. Gano of Pittsburgh
and Dr. Ralph H. Hcrta of New York
have gone to Prague to study the medi
cal situation.
Mrs. Edith Mason Polacco, wife of the
Chicago Opera conductor, has engaged
passage aboard the Aquitanla for New
York.
I'rof. Charles J. Winslow of the Yale
Medical School, who is on a leave of ab
sence. lias left Paris for Geneva, to re
main two months.
Mrs. Vincy Fullerton of Evanston, 111,,
And Miss Catherine Dodfre of New York'
who have been studying at the Sorbonnc'
:aye gone to Nice. They later intend to
^ islt Italy and Spain before returnine: to
the United States.
Mrs. Kate How,, and Miss Man- Howe
or 1 .inkers are spending a few weeks at
M<inie Carlo. They expect to sail for
home in the latter part of next month.
Mr. and Mrs. James K. Ma.kett
American a< tors, have returned from n
tour of the south of France and are at
tl.e Hotel Maurice.
.Mrs. Sarah Rumbaugh of Washincton.
? 5--' has "turned from a tour of Italy
and gone to Cobienz, where she will visit
Cap.. and Mrs. Bonsldson of the Ameri
can General Staff of Occupation.
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
AKW YORK.
. 11. md Mrs. Marsells C. Parsons have
?one to Cuba, to be absent a month.
Mr.* James a. Haggln h-.s gone u? A t
lantic City for a sli.irt stay.
Mr. I'hillf) UhlneUnler, who has been
* in.ting < apt. and Mi*. "Douglas E. Dis
^nukes at the Newport training station,
has returned to New i'ork
Mr. rUjf'.nald c. Vanderbilt will take
several friends to Sandy Point Farm
I Newport, on Friday, to remain over Sun
j ilay.
! Mrs. Frederic P. Sands will come to
I ) "rl; fl'om Newport on Wedntsdav
j tr> Join her daughters, Mrs. Lorillard
Spercor, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth S
; Sands.
| Mr. Jay Gould stated yesterday that
the published report that he and Mrs.
Gould were 10 give a dinner party on
March if .it their home, 1082 Fifth ave
i ue, was 'Toneons. They have no such
party 'n ccvomplatlon.
| Mr. an | . John lienrv Townc will
[ ive a dinner U<r their daughter, Miss
'Sloanor 8. Towne, on March 28 at their
[ home, 105 Park avenue, After dinner
j they will take their guests in the dance
: which Mr. Mrs. William A. Clnrk
j will givo f.o their granddaughter. Miss
Katherine .. Morris.
IX THK IIEItKMIIRES.
Bishop Thomas Frederick Davica is
the guest of Mrs. Robert Wlnthrop of
New York.
j Miss Adelo Ivneeland is spending a
I few days in Lenox while inspecting her
[ place, Fairlawn.
Col. Henry Herzy Andrew of New
j York has leased Mrs. Kate Wood
j Dewey's house on Castle Hill avenue,
! Great Harrington.
Mrs. W llliain Thompson Rice and
j Miss Mary G. Stevenson were In ehargro
| of the winter sports programme at the
j x ittsfieUi Country Club on Saturday.
i Mi. and Mrs. Lucius Wrllmer<IIng of
New York, Mrs. Pliny Fisk and Mrs.
Henry Lockliart of Rye are at the
I Wendell Hotel In Plttsfield.
I Mr. Frederick S. Delafield has leased
for the coming season Mrs. Hamilton
JMsh Benjamin's villa near the Lenox
Golf Club, to Mrs. Enrico J. Cotilll of
Havana, Cuba.
Just before leaving Lenox for Now
i ork by automobile yesterday. Mr.
Courtlandt Field Bishop opened public
subscriptions towards the purchase of
the Whitney estate for a public reser
vation with a gift of $1,000 Mr. Bishop
was accompanied to I^enox by Mrs.
, Btshop and Miss Beatrice Bend Bishop.
NEWPORT,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould Shaw ar
! r'v?d 1 rom Boston yesterday to visit
j their son at St. George's School.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Thomas, who
were married last week at Palm B^ach
;ir; considering leasing Lund* End. the
estate of Gov. R. Livingston Beeckman,
j lor tho coming season.
GEN. C. B. WHEELER TO
WED MRS. R. p. PARKER
He Was Chief Ordnance Offi
cer Under Gen. Pershing.
Pitts FIELD, Mass.. March 6?Th.? en
?HSvmen?: was announced here to-nl*rht
of Mrs. Robert P, Parker of Hartford
Conn, to Brisr.-Oen. Charles Brewster
? heeler, who was chief ordnance of
ncer of the American Expeditionary
Forces under Gen. Pershing during the
To'ln . fr"?> the army in
mo to become vice-president In charge
of manufacturing of the Katon, Crane
' & r Ige Company of this city, manufac
turers of line stationery.
G.n Wheeler was graduated from
West Pomt In 1SS7. was for twelve vears
commandant of the Watertown (Mass )
Arsenal and was nctln?j ohl?f of ord
nance, succeeding Gen. Crozier when
America .ntered the \\air. He is 'i
member of the Army and Navy and
M. fropolltan elubs in Washington Unl
nZl t, 'New?York Hnd Botolph
Club, Boston. He has one son, a West
lolnt graduate, now In Mexico, and one
daughter by his first wife, who died
several Mears ago.
Mru. rnrkor was Miss Ruth Whltmore
<inui?hter of F. G. Whltmore of Hartford.
Her first husband, a Plttsfield real es
tate broker, died In 1917, leaving three
sons She is the guest for several days
this ( itv Henry D. Hrlgham in
WEATHER IV WINTER RKSdliTS
Despstehrs to Thh Sww York HntALn
> ester,la y from winter resorts reported
the following temperatures and atmos
pheric conditions:
OrmrL^n 76u C'e-r; 72' C,ea?-:
2???* Beach, 78. clear; Bellealr
Heights, 13. clear; Camden, S. C 80
clear; Aiken, S. C.. 7a. clear.
THIS (MONDAY) AFTERNOON at 2:30
9
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Concluding To-morrow (Tuesday) at Same Hour
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
THE HISTORICAL
SHIPPEN-BURD COLLECTION
FROM PHILADELPHIA
WITH ADDITIONS BFXOMGrNG TO
MR. GUY WARREN WALKER, OF BOSTON
ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW TO-DAY, 9 A. M. TO ? P. M.
Thi* S?|p Wi|| be rnndnrtrri hy Mil. TIIOMAH K. KIKIIY
nml lili n?*l?tmtts of the
.AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
Mndlinn H*|. Month, Kntrmwe fl E. 23d Stitff, ?w York.
w
TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) AT 8:15
At The American Art Galleries
Madift<m Square South, New York
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
OLD & MODERN PAINTINGS
Including a Portrait of General Joseph Reed, Aid-de-Camp to
General Washington, by Charles Wilson Poale.
And Other 'ntm.itini Works
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE
MRS. FRANKLIN BARTLETT
Several Other Estates and Private Owners
Thr Sato will he rtnducted hy MB. THoM K. KIR Id
nn<l his xilaunti of the
AMFRICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
Midltoii Kq. South, llntranre 0 E. 33?l Street, M?w Tnr
>>:v '/?/////'/,
ALL PALM BEACH TO JOIN DANCE
FOR HOOVER CHILD RELIEF FUND
CI)(*<-<' Tables for Alo\it? and
iiiill To-night Bring- $100
to $500.
Special Despatch to The New York XUbui4>
Palm Beach, Fla., March 6.?AU cir
cles of society have united to heip
swell tVie Hoover Child Relief Fund by
means of a monster boneilt, which Is
to bo given to-morrow night in tUe
Cocoanut Urove, and for which the auc
tion of tables be^an yesterday at the
tea hour. The entertainment will take
tho form of a cinema dance, tho first
part of the evening being glv?n to mov
ing pictures, after which there will btf
several dancing contests as well as gen
eral dancing, and a large number t f
articles which have been donated will
be auctioned eff
In the auctioning of tables the first
went to Malcolm Meacham of New
York for $500, the second brought $400
and F. Ray Comstock of New York
bought the third for $2 30. Mrs. Louis
G. Kaufman and Earl P. Charlton each
bfd $200 for tables, and among those
who took tables at $100 were Mrs. John
Francis Harris, Mrs. Frank Vernon
Skiff. Mrs. Itobjrt C. Black. Miv.
Nettle IJvermore, Mrs. E. M.
Brelsford, Dr. W. L. Klngsley. Mrs.
David Randolph Calhoun. J. Howard
Cowperthwalt, Mrs. Benjamin J. Rosen
thal and Joseph I'aterno. Many other
tables were sold at lower figures.
' Judges for the dancing contest wi'l
be Mrs. Douglas W. Paige. Mrs. David
Randolph Calhoun. Floienz Zh ?'feld. Jr.,
and Edwin Fuller Torrey. Henry E.
Bemis, manager of the Royal Polnciana.
has given tho use of the Cocoanut Grove
for the affair.
The list of patron< sees lnclud \s Mmes.
Theodore Frciinghuysen, Frederick
Edcy, Robert Dun Douglass, Frank
Pierce Frazier, John C. King, Leonard
D. Ahl, Charles A. Mum. William M.
Seyfert, Henry Seligman and William
Thaw ad.
Many lunctieons followed the noonday
assemblage on the bathing beach. At
tho Everglades Club Mr. and Mrs. I.
Sheldon Tilnev were hosts to a party of
ten. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Brokaw
also had guests there. Mr. and Mrs. \V.
Hoyward Drayton 3d and H. E. Schwarz
also entertained.
At tho Beach Club Mrs. Frederick
Martin Davies entertained a company
at luncheon and other hosts were Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Corey. Major William B.
Hawley and Albert I. Cornell. Ferdi
nand Frazler Jelke gave a luncheon at
tho Country Club.
ST. AUGUSTINE.
Special Despatch to The Ne*.v "Vork Herald.
rt. Augustine, Fla., March 6.?At the
Alcazar grill last nlgnt the engagement
of Miss Mabel Adams of Bradford. Pa.,
to Mr. Kenneth Hamilton of Milwaukee
was announced at a dinner party.
Gen. and Mrs. Walter N. P. Darrow
have as guests at Miramar his sister.
Mrs. Lillian D. Beal of Bos-ton and Dr.
Arthur Hart of Hartford, Co An.
Mrs. George Ira Vail of New Itochelle,
N. Y., gave a large bridge party, fol
lowed by supper, at the Ponce do Leon
to-night for her niece, Miss Fanny Ken
nan.
MIAMI.
Special Despatch t? Tub Nnw Yobk Hwut.D.
MIAMI, Fla., March 6.?I-<>rd Queen
borough and Mr. James W. Gerard,
formerly Ambassador to Germany,
motored from Palm Beach and took a
dtp in the surf, later going to the Royal
Palm grill for luncheon, where they
joined Messrs. Harry S. Black and
Franklin A. Plummer.
A yachting party was entertained by
General and Mrs. Baldwin Day Spil
man. who took their guests on board th<
Barracuda to Cape Florida and retui n.
Tho guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Osgood, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Garrnany. Mrs. Thomas I. Davis. Mrs.
Berney K. McMeechen. Miss Clara Mc
Murtrle. Miss Peggy Spilman and Mr.
James Brown.
'ZAZA' TO BE SUNG
at special matinee
'L'Oracolo' and 'The Polish
Jew' Open Eighteenth Week.
"L'Oracolo," followed by "The Polish
Jew," will open the eighteenth week of
the Metropolitan Opera season next
Monday evening. In the first named
opera Mmes. Borl and Arden. Messrs
Harrold and Scottl will sing and in the
latter will bo Mmes. Howard and De
launois. Chief Caupollcan. Messrs. Cham
lens and Gustafson.
"Z.i7.a" will be sung at a special pop
ular matinee on Wednesday by Mmes.
Farrnr and Harvard and Messrs. Crlmi
nnd Dc Luca. Other operas of next
week will be: "II Trovatore" on
Wednesday, with Mmes Muzio nnd Gor
don, Messrs. Kingston and Danise. "An
drea Chenler" Thursday, with Mmes.
Muclo and Perlnl, Glgll and
Lnnlse: Mas ?net's "M w>n" on Friday,
with Mmes. Farr.ir and Tiffany. Messrs.
Harkett and Rothler; "Lohengrin" Sat
urday matinee, with Mmes. Easton an1
Claussen, Messrs. Sembach and Whlte
hlll.
"La Forza del Destino" will bo sung In
concert form at next Sunday night's
"Oper.i Concert" at the Metropolitan.
The artists who will take part are Mmes.
Pernlta, Gordon nnd Kgener. Messrs.
Crlml. Zanelll. Mardones, Chalmers,
Ananlan, Paltrlnierl. Reachlgllan and
D'Angelo.
"L'A more del Tre Re" will ho sung In
Brooklyn on Saturday evening, March
lft. by .Mmes Borl and Berat, Messrs.
Gigll and Danise.
Mrs. William Thaw 3d, one of
the patronesses of the cinema-dance
entertainment at Palm Beach for
the European Relief Fund.
Equity's Actors
Vote 3,398 to 115
for 'Equity Shop'
Players Overwhelmingly Ap
prove Employment Plan De
nounced by Managers.
By an overwhelmingly fnvorablc vote
the Actors Equity Association, as an
nounced yesterday at the Hotel Astor,
has adopted the principle of the "Equity
shop," which George 11. Cohan and other
managers have denounced as merely a
cloak for the "closed shop." The figures
which were reported to the 1,500 mem
bers of the Equity Association who
filled the ballroom of the AFtor. as the
final count on the poll which the asso
ciation had been conducting on this
question for the last four weeks, showed
that the vote stood 3,29 8 In favor of tho
policy and 115 against it, or about
30 to 1.
Tho meeting, which heartily approved
the result of the balloting, which was
carried on mostly by mail, adopted
unanimously a resolution that the Equity
shop be dellnt-d by the council of Equity
In the constitution, with the proviso
that this "shop" shall not mean limiting
the membership of the organization and
thus making a fully "closed shop ' This
was done to meet tho criticism that a
radical wing of the association aimed
at h complete "union shop." as Equity
leaders declared that would hereafter be
possible only through a chaiige :n the
constitution, diflicult to achieve.
John Emerson, president of the
Equity, explained that the new measure,
which h;vs been the bugaboo of man
agers for the last couple of years, would
not actually go into effect until the be
ginning of next season, approximately
September 1. The council will hold a
meeting in ubout six weeks to adopt
the changc constitutionally. It was ex
plained that the council hail the power to
adopt the principle of their own initia
tive, but desired a referendum.
| Though this resulted in a vote which
was less than half of the membership
of 10,000 in tho Equity, Mr. Emerson
declared that it was as large ns any
ever taken in the association, equalling
the poll for the last election and being
amply representative in view of the
actors' shifting addresses. The Pro
ducing Managers Association Is exempt
until September *!, 1921. under the ar
mistice that ended the actors' strlk ?,
from the workings of the Equity shop,
which will not allow Equity members
to play In eotnpanlf-s which are not 100
per cent. Equity. The 1'. M- A., nccord
lr? to .Equity officials, control* only 20
p?r cent, of their membership.
Those who enn have pressu. brought
to bear on them through t)i> Equity
shop ure members of the Touring Man
agers Assoclntien, managers of stock
companies, and mnnngers of '?epertolre
and boat troupes. Members of the T. M.
A. could be exempted.
PAM10H I'l. * > TO* \ IOil l'.
Our Lady of Lourdis Dramatic Union]
will present Mgr. Robert Hugh Uenson's
dramatisation of Christ I'ns-inn, "The I
Upper Room," at tin- Auditorium, 4(18
West Mild street, this evening. No ad
mission fee will be charged.
ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
AFTERNOONS OF THIS WEEK AT 2:30
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
Early American and English
Furniture
Important Paintings by Charier. Le Brun, Cd Prints,
China, Glassware, Sheffield Plate, Brass, Pewtor,
Franklin Stovos, Fine Old Andirons and numerous
other Contemporaneous Treasures
COLLECTED BY MRS. C. SF.ARS RAMSAY
\ND REMOVED FROM THE
HISTORICAL WESTOVER MANSION
ON THE JAMES RIVER. VIRGINIA
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
And Continuing Until the Date of Sale.
A durrlptltr i ntnlocno, prrpurfil bv Mr. Mornrr Tn?nwnil nn?l llliKtr.if
tinlf tone reproduction*. *111 b* mailed on rrrolpt of one dollar.
The ?nlr will ho conducted bt MR. THOMAS E KIKBY
nnd lil? n**l?tnnt? nt the
NMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
Mndl?on *f|. Smith, ftntrnner r, E. j:td Street, >>w York.
w*.
Douglas Fairbanks
in New Acrobatic
Stunts in'The Nut'
< limbs I hroti^h Furnace Flues
to Rest-lie Sweetheart?
Other Pictures. '
Gi ornv.-JcIi Village may consider itself
wild, hut it will have to view Douglas
Fairbanks in "The Nut" at the Strand
Uifa week to learn how really to cavort.
11 apparently exhausted the hand
'' Tin;? possibilities of the West, ho
comes to our village to turn a few flip
Hops, mental is well as physical, and
to iind that while the way to a man's
heart may be through his stomach the
way to his woman's heart is through the
furnace.
1 ha story, by Kenneth Davenport,
was adapted for the screen by William
Parker and I^otta Wood?doesn't the
att'ir name Ut 75 per rent, of the sce
"a,'? writers? It is an airy bit of en
K.i-ring nonsense, rather Incoherent at
times but extremely enjoyable, because
it lets 1-airbnnks work in an ingratiat
ing smile occasionally and bound zeal
ouM\- from pillar to post.
Jr^over. ore doesn't have to work
<>ut a situation and feel terribly complex
and worldly, for the villain and hero are
plainly marked. *
Th>- tale also enables Fairbanks to Ue
xop more of those schoolboy tricks In
?sleig.it of hand and to make love very
originally by means of waxworks. He
l" an Inventive youth smitten with a
J ruing girl who wants to enlist the aid
or tno b.rit society persons in her chari
table sciemes. end while trying to get
t..em hit-rested h nearly asphyxiates a
i vW' 'n "'rough the streets in B.
| ' s' ancl finally, ? u order to rcscue
//J3 /*weetlleart from :'ie clutches o? a
! Muo^???' Up tlte furnace
j.,i Whu'h (s a net. v, iy of breaking
I ,.?!c' even tor Douglas. The /itl^s
I . W' the P!cture is the kind of
? dream that makes you wake up
1 uiucKUng,
Pcri.r'',"ler is> a weAlthy youngr man,
? a>"'*rhrook, breaking In as
I noiw ,reportur- who Jostled by the
? 1,1 as th0ll*h he were truly a
H, n ?CT man- Hesldps Llsrfs "Second
Ines "The i^aP'q?Cly" a,lcl VOCttl
.v ldpper'8 Treasure Garden,"
teaturlng the Toonervllle Trolley offers
somei hfng .efreshingly droll, though not
inunlcipal"tru!jeys.l? PatF?nfl ?f th? ntW
"Lying Lip*" at Cnpltol.
"Lyhig Lips" at the Capitol Illustrates
the cianger when a motion picture pro
ducer strives to be too startling, for
ce .vesterday the spectators were car
f*r beyonJ their depth in their
feelings that they tittered when the
director expected they would be gnaw
I hf J! F'rogrammes. The first time
Ihomas H. Ince. in adapting Mav
Edgintons i tory to the films, "overshot"
he mark with his camera, was when
a bride of the English aristocracy
stopped her wedding at the altar before
a brilliant gathering?a scene that
might have been much more effective
j' that capable actress, Florence Vldor
had been directed to play it less sensa
tionally, Instead of flinging up her arms
ias though she were being thrown to the
l Jions.
The second overdone occasion was the
fainting fit of the bride's mother when
?. ,in tlle newspapers the revela
tion that her daughter was already mar
ried to another and promptly keeled over
in the fashion that a villain does at the
? nd of a Mack Sennett comedy.
There are some contradictions In the
story, such as Hlair Cornwall'? nob:e
plan to shield tho girl with whom he
was shipwrecked by taking another
name when he Is rescued, so tha' she
can say she was the only aurvitor of
the wreck?whereupon, after t''1/> gal
lant expedient. Blair goes and taunts
her for casting him aside after she was
saved.
While the theme of the story i9 that
love triumph* over everything. It is th<
god of Mammon, so heartily scorned all
through the picture, who gives love the
2".ry the end. The young English
I society girl who casts aside an English
army captain for a millionaire, then
rails in love with a man she meets In
j tne - ;:n forests, on|y to reject him
, r hc"ii ore he is poor and she loves
uxury dually yields to her love for
him after he has fallen heir to the
estst ., of h relative in England
y .i. 'icsplte such flaws, the picture
nas mnny elements of greatness. The
I bio* .n* up of tt steamer by a stray mine
was superbly done and gave Ince and
ins Immediate director, John Griffith
Wray, an opportunity not only to show
the madly clawing mob aw the ship
subsided In the waves, but to dodge
cleverly the desert Island situation that
Is beginning to get on the public*
nerves. Instead, he maroons his hero
?<nd heroine on the derelict remains of
the ship, giving them three days In
which, by their own ceremonj. they can
do the usual procedure of being "mar
ried In tho sight of God."
The Incident by which the lightning
norm frightens the girl on the wreck
Into a realization of hor.love for the
man was consummately arranged and
acted?In fact, the acting all through
was several knots ahead of the ctory.
Over and above her prepossessing looks.
Florence Vldor showed discriminating
Intelligence as an actress. House Peterw
has one of tliot-e strong, attractive faces
that was mnde for women to disillusion.
and ho was Ju'ft what n man would
actually be in such a marine disaster.
?'The (illd'd Mir."
"The Gilded Lily" at the Itlvoll I
chlofly notable in that It turns I.owell
Sherman from a Ion* career of villainy
on stage and screen and makes a man
of him at Inst. And Sherman doe* go
well as the Broadway blighter who Is
the only one among her admirers to do
the right thing by a little cabaret girt
that he would seem to have been worth
saving long ago. Miss Clara Bernnger,
In wilting tho scenario for Paramount,
lias had the courage to tnake her metro
politan clubman turn out to be made
of cloth of gold, while the country bov
with the clear eyes is composed of
shoddy?thtm smashing screen tech
nique to bits.
When tho country boy Is accepted by
the cabsret dancer out of three lovers
because nho thinks lie la sincere, as his
hair Isn't slicked down, he proves to
admire only the gilt and not the lily,
and she has to dance like a whirling
dervish to keep him Instead of retiring
to raise chicken* and things.
Ince has another product In Broadway
this week in "Chickens" at the Hlalto,
In which Douglas MscLean plays en
tertainingly a voting man from the city
who hates handling one typ? of chlckeni
on n farm until he discovers there's an
other kind next door In Miss Gladys
(i'orge. ?
SOCIAL, NOTKS.
Pupils of the Greenwich Music School
demonstrated their proficiency at a mil
sicale In the home of Mrs. George N*.
Armsbjr, 11 Knst Sixty-fourth street, yes
terday afternoon. There were chorals
and solo* by twenty-five of the student
Mrs. Armsby Invited fifty friends to hear
them. i
A meeting of the Edgar Allan Po* So
ciety Will be he,Id at 7 West Ssventv
flxth street Thursday evening. A fea
ture of the programme is to be a revue
of Poe's heroines. The parts will t>?'
I taken by younf and the ?lne* will
i ?? r?vt b> <*? ?/?tor.
'Four Horsemen of
Apocalypse' Keeps
Throng in Thrills
Picture From Ibanez's story
True to Life in Peace
und War.
Every once in a while a motion p c
ture company spends money lnJ1?od8J
uses thousands of "extras. employs
"types" galore for Us principals, haB al
legorlcal bits, builds cxpens.ve sets, and
yet. m spite of these customary ?^
handicaps, produce, a memorabb ^
>-M>aful olcturo. That Is wnat the Metro
ceuiui piciurc. Horsemen
company did in i ne ruu* .
of the Apocalypse," uncovered for an In
definite run at the Lyric ThM-We
right which more than meets the ch.al
lenge of foreign competition flung
"Passion." ,
This screen adaptation of \ lcel^
Blasco Ibanez's famous novel ha. the
shimmer of actual life In peace time.
and the pulse of battle?war seems to
be literally hurled on the screen. It
the greatest film to c ne out of tne
world conflict, and still it maintains th
spiritual quality of the original v.or.c
in spite of plenty of fire and brimstone
\ French village Is devastated with
hurricane effect and the gray hordes
.wing onward to Paris and back at.' ,
the Marne in Richard Harding Pavi.
fashion. Even the close views of Frencn
soldiers passing in the street show them
as real weather beaten warriors and not
movie supers.
Appl*utl f(I to the Echo.
All through th<; picture a discrimin
ating verisimilitude to life Is maintained,
so vividly ?ast night that a distinguished
and self contained audience found It
self applauding to the echo scenes on
which the last cheers were supposed to
have died down long a?o.
It is r.ot all war, for in the beginning
enchanting vistas are disclosed of tho
Argentine, where Julio Desnoyers begins
!cultivating the flair for romance that s
u. legacy from his grandfather. Mttdari
ana the Centaur. When he goes to Paris
as a painter and tango teacher the at
mosphere Is consummately portrayed.
i even to a street scuffle with a spt lghtl.
display of in savatc, or the manly French
art of kicking. It is often by incidental
bits that a picture really evaluates itseii,
I and on the score of Its minor episodes
alone this picture is a Big Bertha.
Though somewhat protracted tow a.
' the end. it meets the threefold demands
1 on a picture?dramatically, .cenlcally
'and pictorlally?keeping tho emotions,
strung up until the final rush from the
I theatre. Under the sterling direction of
Hex Ingram the typ? system has tr -
| umphed for once, and even the monkey
1 pet shown seems Just about the bes
; monkey that could have been chosen.
| Besides meeting the requirement, of the
ove all the characters act so that on
never feels the director is megaphoning
Uo them what to do and what not to do.
Plnyer* I.ook Their Part".
Rudolph Valentino, tho young Itallan
| born dancer, who has done little screen
work hitherto, lands with both feet on
the nart of Julio. He not only acts nat
urally and forcefully, but this handsome
voutli looks Argentinian without .?
makeup Though less Uatln in appear
ance. Alice Terry looks exqu.Blte a.
Voraverita Laurier, and .lw c. ? u
right emotion for the right moment.
The others, too numerous to mention
?
Bn:ll?p. John S.lnpoll.. Wallace Bce?
I more all of whom were su
R?rV iune Mathis's stlrrlnc adaptation
5 ' hold closely to the book?no
Mm version could?but It is as
tretatTon?nof"ibaVzT'ma"erpiecc 'in
Kng'llrii. and Hugo Rlesenfcld has given
;t an adept musical frame.
producers to bar
OFFENSIVE FILMS
National Association Takes
Steps for Better Pictures.
Announcement was made >e?terday
hy the National Association of th. Mo
tion Picture Industry that at a me -
in-* of the producers and distributers of
he association, held on Saturday, a def
inite and concrete plan was nirre*.' upon
which will Insure against tiie produc
tion of questionable films and will pre
vent also the explotlatlon ofpetures in
a manner offensive to Rood taste
The conference was attended per
sonally by the executive officers o. th
principal motion picture companies
The following resolutions were unan
imously adopted in ordcr^Put lnto e^
fect a remedial plan: That the
tional-Association of the Motion Picture
industry reaffirms its emphatic protest
a?aInst the production, distribution and
exhibition of all motion pictures which
are obscene, salacious, indecent and im
moral ; to the end that the motion pic
ture be held In that high plane which it
j already has attained.
I It was further resolved that the of
soclaHon record Us int-mtion to aid and
W-t the properly con-muted authori
ties in the criminal prosecution of any
producer, distributer or exh bltor of mo
tion pictures who shall produce, distrio
tite or exhibit any obscene, "a la clou, ^r
Immoral motion picture in violation o
the law. .
THOUSANDS DO HOMAGE
TC CLARK AT ST. LOUIS
Soldiers Used to Keep Back
Throng of Admirers.
St. Loris. Mo., March 6.?Thousands
I of St. Louisiana stood for hours In the
rnln to-day and paid homage to Champ
Clark. The apodal train bearing the
body arrived from Washington shortly |
bofore 4 P. M. It was scheduled to
| have arrived an hour earlier, but was
delayed when a terminal engine Jumped \
the tracks, killing ? yardman. The 1
body was conveyed t? the (.'Ity Hall,
J n-hero It lay In state ui.' !l 11 P. M. De
jrarture for Bowling ' lre?n, the ntntea
i man's homo town, "ill l><* made at 7
A. M. to-morrou-. li ? ,-ment will toe
at 2 P. M.
A double line ollco vainly at
tempted to hold b; crowd which '
gathered at th< C!t> Mali, and services
of soldiers from .leiY-mon Barracks were
requisitioned to 1st policeman.
The military gu ird accompanied the
body book to the tniln nrid stood watch
throughout the night.
>OTKX or THE THEATRES.
John Prlakwal* r r^'urned to New Tork ?
Teitirdi) aft<" n short Iccture tour throuah
the middle Weit. Tliiiearaals of his n?'w
ploy, "Mary, Qu<- ?> <f Scots," arn b?lnsr
held. It ?? ill "j" i ft*, the Hit* Theatre or
Monday, March Ui.
"East Is W> ." ???It'.) Ml? T'ay lialnter.
Will opt n st tli>; CJi rrlrk Tliratre In Chi
cago to-night.
The Bramha ' I' K'?' * will produce "Th? '
Tie That Migrate*,'" s Tangle in Five
Knot*, by Iltitler I'nvuport, ?t the Ilrani
hail Playhouse to-nip! t.
Arthur llyron In "The flhost Petween," by
Vincent iJiwien. e. v ill bf th? next attrs>'
tl<->n at the Thirty-ninth Street Theatre be
Klrolejr Mnnrtsy evening, March 21.
Miss Nora tiej'x In "Her Family Tree,'%|
which has h<>eii playing ai the Lyric Theatre, I
will remote to-night to the Shubert Theatre.
"Honeyglrl." the successful niuolcal rom- J
e<!) , which hsrt a Ion if run In Nrf York,
wlil be the attraction this week at the Hhu
bert-Rlvlera.
"t'"r"ncti Nlsht" will bo e?1ei>iat?,'l at the
Century ThestM to-night, when th< iv*
Tr the Vlcht Watch" I* b"lnit ,>r
?wr<e<L V
C. A. SPOFFORD DEAD;
ORGANIZED EDISON CO.
Pioneer in Electrification of
Railroads.
Charles Ainsworth Spofford. one of the j
organizers of tho New Tor It ISdison
Company, died Saturday at Chandler,
Arts., after an lllnoas of three years. He
was 68 years old.
Mr. Spofford was the sun of the l?-te
Ainaworth Rand Spotford, formerly LI* ?
brarian of Congrea* He was educated
at Washington, D. C.. and was a mem
ber of the class of '73, Cornell Univer
sal y. After leaving Cornell Mr. Spof-I
ford went to Boston, where fc>? was as
sociated with the firm of Houghton. Mif
! Hin a Co. for < Ight yeare. He came to
New York and became closely associated
?vith tiie late Henry Vjpird i;i financial 1
1 enterprises dealing with railroads.
Ore (>?' the first to see the poss;'t>lHtifs 1
of the inventions of Thomas A. Edison,
iie w s an organizer of the New York
Edison Company and the Detruit Bdkson j
Company. In 1900 Mr. Fpofford went to'
London as r.ho representative of Amori- ,
can lntsresU In electrification of the
Underground Railway, and upon Ills re
turn to this country retired from active
business1.
He leaves a widow, Mrs. Ellen Board
man Spofford, and a daughter. Mrs.
Shepard Morgan ?f 163 East Eightieth
Street The Spofford homo l:i at lDj
West Flfty-eight.il street.
MRS. MARGARET MGLDBVH.
.Spffsl hrspahh to I'm New Yi pii Hnuu>.
Bvffai.o. N. Y.. Ma rob 6.?-Mrs. Mar
garet Meldrum, tirst police matron In
the State, is dead at her home here. She
was SO years old. Mrs. Mrldrwn, who
was well known as a leader in prison
reform, attracted wide attention in ISSs
after her appointment as poll' e matron
by the Woman's Education and Indus
trial Union of Buffalo.
HENRY VICTOR CRAWFORD.
H?>nry Victor Crawford, former Mayor
of Montclair, ditd in Orlando, Flu., Fri
day in his seventy-sixth year. Mr.
Crawford served with the Fourth New
York cavalry in t':i. civil war and after
ward opened a driifr store In tills city.
He continued in this businss, retiring
twenty-five years i'go.
LOST AND FOUND.
I. 'ST?But?aw 50th and r>8"? or at
('npltol Theatre on Tuesday ??veiling, lady's
beaded baj;, with shell 'op. An;* one return
ing same to cashier at Clarendon Hotel, Park
aV. and r,Rth St.. will be IIberally reward? ! d.
1ST ? March 4. itock or i''ord book, left
in White and Green taxicab taken near 1M0
j!Uh av., drove to Pennsylvania Hotel, then to
Hotel Bristol. Return MAX KLAAS, .r. Union
Square West.
LOST?Suit case, initialW~"kT~W. nT~
left In taxicab leaving Waldorf-Astoria for
l.-mg island. Finder phone Bowling Green
7400. H'"'. aid.
; HEW\HD.??300 will oe iflven and no '/tuea
tlont asked for Information leading to re
every of a Huick touring car, stolen
March l from 41?t st. and 4th av.; motor
No. 322483, license No. 14384. OCCHII'INTI,
' l'iil Overlng st.
Jewelry.
A REWARD OF' $250
for return of gold mfjh bag. containing e!g
nrette case and vanity, with owner's Initials
engraved on them; lost Marrh 4. between
48th and 7fcth *<ta., or In Madison av. car.
1 If. St H. H. WEINBEItG, Mir, r.th av.
A REWARD (>;?? Hi(io
for return of gold mesh bag, *vlth tvn sap
phires net In clasp; Mat Febfunrv If, be
tween 12th an.l ?nth at*. MARCUS *.? CO.,
Mil av. and 4."ith st.
LOST?Squafe diamond guard ring. In the
Indies' loom of the Waldorf-Aatorla. Ije
t 'en 3 snd 3:80 P. M. Friday, March 4
I.ihial reward If returned to J. E. CAI.D
WKbL &_CO., Philadeiphia.
LOST?On the way from Mt. V'ernon to Tiki
pt., Hay Ridge, diamond p' ndant with p'-nr
shaped baroque pearl; eherMied as keep
sake: liberal reward. Finder plense n>m
niiinbate I!TjKHI,KII. Bowling Green "PRO.
LOST?Diamond ring, February 27, between
P.o' kawuy Park and Nos'rand av. station
I of the Long Iiiand Railroad; liberal reward.
Pli"n"_b. OP.AStNG, Be'.i Harbor
i LOST?Diamond lavallleri), In or nround Park
Tb- Mtr" to N4th *t.; Information or return
reward, d. BARKER. phone Shore Road ,'i'iHI
> LOST ?i'lamonil bar pin. en route Lnrclimont
to We* "3th St., m1 " I'll rc.vard M"< l.'i
iT'Cedar t John M77. No 'no -tir.ji-; asked.
: LOST?Islington or Park av.. or aide street, '
betw -i n 70th and list sts.. Tliursday, sn ail
diamond liar pin; pnynrd. Rlilnelander 3781.
r LOST?Diamond horseshoe pin; liberal re
ward; lost Saturday evening. Col. 61KH1.
i $50 reward will be paid for return of an old |
satin ?moraId cross with 3 pennant pearls,
I ioit Sunday afternoon between E. 11th ?t. !
I and the 8t. Regis lintel, either on sidewalk
or in :t.x 1 Apply Mrs. JOHN WISNER. St
Regla Hotel.
$50 reward for return of gold niesji bag.
' lost March 2. betv ???sn Century Theatre and
Iproadwxy; no qu -tlons asked. Call River
side 34'.'3. _
I $100 ItKWARD j
i for the return of large pearl, lost at BIU
Cur'.'in r.-stn irar.' or Carrlck Theatre, at 1
i Matinee, r>r Thursday. i!31> E. 17th at.
Wniriiis Apparel.
LOST?Fur neckpiece, - sanle "kins, either
I'nla.1^ P.oyal or lit taxleab, B7th St., 6th av.
ami ."I'.d Kt . evening uf 1'Vbruary 21 ; liberal
rt-wanl. U.rtor H'?o
LOT?Flat Alaska weal muff, Saturday^
February 20, shopping district; reward.
COlumhus 02.Vi.
I LOST?Red f?x s<carf neckpiece. a> the RIvtT
II, Frldav afternoon; llb>T-il r>?aril for re
turn of game. Apply 18 W. 74th. I
Tat*. l)o(?, ftc.
LOST?Boston hull, white mark ort face; an
rw?r? Muggln*. Flatbjsh 004. BAD
QF.K, fit Argyll! road
MARRIED.
ROFENTHAL?MILSTEIN.?Mr. and Mis.
Joseph MlUteln of 533 W?i ].15th st. an
iir.umr the marriage ~f their daughter,
Ruth, to Mr. Myron D. Rosenthal, on
Sunday, March ?. 1021.
DIED.
Adr.an. Joseph M. Mar-Bride. Fra.vca T
nuinlKan. Porothy Mannheirner. Mn>,? m
Hurgtorf. Mr*. H. McEnany. Robert N.
Callmander, Ouitava B Nnyes, Eleat.orn If. I
Child*, John L. Jfycum, Hunan E. T. 1
'?rnwford. Henry V. Osgood. Elisabeth A.
Plsbrow, Thotna* A. rotter, Maud* A
I'onohue, Daniel I'.ne'-er, Rudolph* T?
Epps, Katharine D. Vtanney, Edvlnla H.
Faher, Walter 13. Itobmaon, Orace
Oedney. Sarah E Rconey, Maria
r,rl? old. I?rle L. P. Poremtock. Eva
Kay ward I -ederlck Hhepard.Marie B. R.
lllri lil. William Sheridan, John
Humphrey*. C, K. Sherrlll. Horace P.
Jrtiae, Kitie Spofford. Charles .V.
Knhn, I.nura B. Suuder, Leonora R.
Kenrard. John R. Voronoff. Evelyn U.
Lockwood. Fanny Wright. Alice C.
In Mcnarlatn.
Blair. Sara'i K. Kutscher, Han* E.
niak'-Bler, Theron J. Newman. Lillian
Cochrane. Jane 11. Whltcher, Elizabeth
ADRIAN.?Member* of the Catholic Club of
tho Cltv of New York are requested to
attend tho funeral servlrea of the lata
Joseph M Adrian, former vlee-preeldent
of the club, on Monday morning, MarcJi
7. at 10 o'clock, at tha Church of Our !
I.ady of Sorrow.
William E. Walsh, Praeldent. i
William A. Farrell. Secretary.
nt'NNin AN. Dorothy fnee Bullock), wife of :
the lute Kdward E Runnlgan, on Sun-I
<;ny. March B. at 8:13 A. M. Funeral ser
?lee? at th* heme of her mother. 1790
riir.ton a*., on Tuesday, March 8. at 8:18
P. M. Philadelphia, Albany, Albuquerque
and Los Angei*s ;,aper? p1ea<? copy.
Rf RGTORF ? M-s. Herbert (Helen Town
i n-U, aged 'J?i. on Sunday. March 6. at
Hahnemann Hospital. Philadelphia. Ser
vices Fr?ih Pond Crematory, L. L, Tues
day, March 8. 2:30 P. M.
CALLMAVPER.?Ottstavt E., In hi* r.?th
year, beloved husband of Ebb* M. Call
innnder. Masonic servlres ??lll be neld
at hl? late residence, !2fl7 Bergen St.,
Brooklyn. Tuesday, at 8 P. M. Interment
pt Ivafe.
CHILP8.?John Lewi*. of Floral Park. L. I .
on Saturday. March 8. I!>21. anddenly, en
mute from California to New York, age
ni year*. Funeral private. Notice later.
CRAWFORP Oh Saturday, March .". tt>2t. at
Orlando, Fl.v, Henry V. f'rawford of
Montclalr, N .T . In his 7flt)i year. Fu
m ral *< rvlccs at St. Luke's Church,
Montclalr, on Monrtav. March 7. 4:.T0
P. M. on airhal of : *t> train from Hobo
ken. P.. L. and W. Railroad.
DISBROWOn Sunday, March 0, Tliotna*
A. ttlsbrow. In the 72d vear of hi* age.
Funeral *er lee* at hi* late resident e,
Richmond Hill. L I.. Tuoeday, March h,
? t ^ P M. Conveyance* will ni" t tl e
7 r.o tiN^'i from Penn. Sta'lon on It* ?;?
rival at K#w Uaiden*.
DIED.
DC^l;;KTM^h,fl- at, hla ?**Mc?ee.
-.s. Boulevard, Jersey City. Daniel, b.'
?,'w hueband of Rose Donohue and fatli. ?
of Mary V. Eugene A., Dr Daniel J. ar. I
'i-len R. Donohue. Notice of funeral
hereafter.
KPI\S.-On March 0. 1021. Katharine Do.
treux. widow of Edward E. Er,pa, ul fcu
^ lucent s Hospital, Hrldjeport, Conn. Fu
neral servlcea at the Funeral Church,
Broadway at 60th rt., Tuesday. March 8.
??- I- noou.
1~?n ?Marrh "? Walter E.. at h$?
rMMenre. 28.18 I.orlng place, Bronx. Fu
:.t-rai private. Pleaso omit flowers.
Morsemere. N. J., March 'I.
i r ? *?' "'Wow of the late Wliliar t
A. Oedtiey. Funeral service. at her
ii!"1 ,tarrlet avenues.
. day -v'f'K. March 8. a*.
r-r>rc.?i Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
Tovh>?I^',r?n, Mfl,rcl1 "? Mario L. Popelln,
WOld ,Wlf<! "l Johi' C (}'"
?"?' W?un K, rVlte" at 1,rr l?t? home.
MarchS -?,a^'u1J:.ont- Wednwday.
Cemetery. Interment lycnalo
'' IvMt'Jr'wirrI.d''" March 4. 11)2!,
vl<. ? ,f , 5.'"'ar. ' ?*?"? years. Ser
Pariors TC3 K? M; J.-roloinan'j Funeral
f?th Jnrf lio.t1' NlohoIus av.. between
March 7, it 8 o'clock.
IlIRSCHL.?At Lenox Hill Hospital. March
IV William lllrnrh!. husband r>
? ? J t-rvsral strictly private
HUMPHREYS.?Charles Edward aired "??
lovedh^band of k^E aanId- b%
Elizabeth and th iatn RJohardW JIum
feaVw '1^ot,;d fS'l'" ?' Jan"T
lurnnrfl Charles E., Jr and Kmtu
10 A M "&"? mass at
i a. ->i., rue^day vnomlctir. St M&rv*??
Jamaica W*0* C,'u,^' ^'hln?al.
Lit * o - Burial Calva>y Cemetery.
? iriXiu Tlm'' r,''st "" Sunauj. March
?lith J' J , Jona* fneo Oerlach), In her
Funeral / beI?i'e l of Jacobus Jonas,
fun era I from her late residence, 322 E.
m I,.' .' ,TUf'8?lay. March 8. at 2 P.
'oy (IS. Y.) papers please copy.
KAHN.?Laura B. Auspices Actors Fund
Campbell s, 06th, Bway, Tuesday. 11 A. m!
KtyXARD.?On Sundav, March 6 10?1 ??
I. ? resident. ,071 Kenmore place. BaSt
~ . ??? Brooklyn, N. Y., John R Km
and i!n?V''d husVa"fl "1 "arrlet Suther
i?.w? Interment Loudon Park Cemeterv
copy. M<l" Ba't"n<re papers pleaTe
Greenwich. Conn., Mar. h
wood" !. i,a,iny- wWow of Hunford Lock
at Me? 'J}C.r year- Funeral service
?lav* MtSft 1-plscopal Church on Tue.i
"hv, Match 8, at 2:30 P. M.
MAfir'n'lD!p7.)' Eatf ?ran?r"- N. J.. March
MurRrVrt. 2- Jlm>'cr- ?'ldow of llenr.
, lir''-e. 1'unernl cei^lcca at lier iat*?
l '?rfiel,c"? Amherst ft., on Tuesday
P iner^'nl Ch H' at 7:30 o'clock. Allan
Papers phase copy.
M1ynXMar^f:r'TAL5eT Cfl:Uori av- "rook
hu?h?;wi il ; !nil"!only Moses M.. beloved
5, ( ?' Amelia (nee Hoffman), father
;V5?iu5SS
vn ltt,I", residence. :*7 Carlton av. Rr.xik
Nationll ViT' fr.,e"'!s an.l members of
Rational LodfC^, No. 200. F am! A \T
I adlev Phr?n'i a"? ?rphan Ald Society*
Tent \-n 11? ? ' T1",y aild Yorkvllfe
invited Maccabees, are respectfully
McENAXV.?At Pelham Manor. N. Y., Robert
of" Kafherlne vim* 381,1 year' husb?nf'
ward T f,an?.aiid "on ot Ert
J ? r.id Clara I . M^Enany. Funfiul
4HVPefh^m^ m' h<>I(J at hls lat*' resldrni-e.
414 Iham Manor road. Pelham Manor.
?'IIP M 7."y' Mareh 8, 1021, at
- Io I M. Interment private.
NOYi:y -.EIranora Halsted. beloved wifo of
viiarifs I*. N .ypfc, suddenly, ??f pneumonia
on March 5 1921. In her 41st year Fu
neral from her Intc residence. 41P Wash
7 *???(1ap 'v?ro2i<ly"' on Monday. March
- ?*" '? M Please omit flower*.
N'Yh^!^! rM"'\ fluj"ln Elizabeth Tate Nycum.
beloved mother of Mrs. Charles M. at-i
Mrs RrI'ii n*?nc* ^.urn,"' *ran?lmotlitr of
f- Basil i> Erno, ( harles N. and Carroll
riau*hf.rRV'b'anay *'"? homo of her
dlv kiwi! 4 o"' HIHs. I,. I . on Fr<
rtL fo l ' Servlcrs at her lat0 runt
7. at .1:30 p m" 0rMCent- Monday, March
OSGOOD.?Elizabeth Ann, on March 4 rt
srk^Kr^ asc. ?r.s'?:
' i!i jfu hotter. Funeral services
c^r,2tV.ht?r?,.of Eim Grove
KA^TZER.-At Mont.lair. N". J., on Patu*
8Nt Sr Uudol.Phe L. Haetzar, In his
i Funeral sen-lc? at his late
March 7 a?8M?nt Mon"ay evening.
RA^'^Y--M?nbew of Laurel Chapter. 44,
? re'rord ?h'? J i "p "Orrow that we
ter F.lv?nI? ^t 5* a"'ay of our ^-ar sls
n -rHl s rv ^ v. ."'0 En?'ern Star fu
' , i ' J Monday evening. March 7,
ChtmhsaoT1' Rt ,hr Funeral
cnur^h, 238^Leno* av., cornt-r 122^! Ft.
it . "annnel. Worthy Matron.
Marion Hraba, Secr*!tary.
^Uv'^'v'T 2ee nt Clinton
on \iftn i~, "%.* Ct^l 1' funeral servic**
r'l , 0," ,Marrh 7- * ?'? M? at 347 West
* 8t- Interment private.
ROti.NEV.-On March r,. Maria fnee Ca?ev>
I'uneral fmm h' "i"' ,at<1 Jarn<a Rocney.'
no.u n- ?,n ,lcr la,<" resldt-ni e, 211 East
?!>t.i Tuesday, at 0:30 A. M. Solenm
??sUt Sth1^8 VI hV CM,her1""''- Church.
I. is. I.pth St. Kindly omit flowers.
noSEN'f-TOCK.? March fi. 1021 Eva wife
of Ftlix LeoV^^.r'1 Il^rr,,nrk' ,nol'"r
"t i iiix. Leo and J, ssc. In tho 51st year
of h r at: Funeral from her late r.sl
dence. ?00 West Id:,th st Tuesdnv. March
?. at II A. M. Please omit flowers.
eilErARD.?Marie Baxter Rees, wife of Au
pus us D. Shepard of New York city sud
denly, jf pneumonia. March ti. at homo
I of h?r parents. Mr. sad Mrs Arthur P
Rees Kenllworth 1,-V ? Blltmore. N c"
Her husband and t?o children sun-lve her'
. rril'es at All Sou! ' Chu-ch. niltmore
JJednesday, ^ P. >1. Intennent Riverside
Cemtteiy, \shevllle, N. C. "vrsiae
SHERRHX.?Horacc Dyer, on March G
r uneral servi. es Th rur.eral Churelii
i/,"Jy\< , ,t" Tu'""as- March 8. at
10 A. M. Interment Troy. X. V.
SHERIDAN'.?On Sunday, Xlan-h ?, John
Sheridan, In his I7?h >? ir, beloved son of
Andrew and Annie Rherldsn. Funeral
from hi late residence, 143 East 47th st
on W ednesday, at 0 3<? A. M. thence to
C lurch of St. Airnes, where a sol? mn mass
of requiem wll! be offe,ed for the repose
of his soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
8POFFORD.?On Saturday, March f? 1021
at Chandler. Ariz., Charles Alasworth
Spofford of New York, son of the late
Alnsworth Rand Bpoffnrd. beloved hus
band of Ellen B. Spofford, In the fl?th
year of his a*e.
STACDER.?At Woman's Hospital. New
Wk, on March 1021. Leonora Roux,
ttif.n-.v or the Tt v. C 8touder? some Um**
paitor of th?* rta!!an Ml.^Ion of San
>nr/atore, N? w Tork. Hurls 1 services in
<?rn ?? ( hurrh Chantry on Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock,
VOnQNOFF.?On Thursday. Mar-h 1021
at J*arls, Franco, EvoJvn Dn^twlck. w|f#
of Dr. 8erre Vororoff and daughter c?f
the late Jatiat A. ar.! Helen C. Hostwick.
N'11?of funeral her**aftpr.
WRIGHT ?Miss Alice c.. teacher for manv
year.. In Public School so. Manhattan, on
Mai h ... In J> fferaon City, Mo. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
IN MEM OR I AM.
BLAIK ?In constant and loving m?mnry of
rr.v beloved sister, Parah E Blair, die!
March 7. lf>OI?. Brother.
BLAKEm.SE.-In ever lovln* ?nd fond re
m?fnbt?HCi> Theron J. Ulakealee, died
March 7. 1!>14.
COCHRANE ? In lovln* remembrance of
Jaria Hartley Cochrane, died March 7.
1918.
KlTSCirER.-Hane E.. In sad and lov'rg
mi>mor> of a devoted husband and klna
father, died March 7. 190'J.
NEWMAN.?In sacred memory of my daugh
ter. Lillian Newman, died March ?, 1914.
Mother
NEWMAN.? In memory of dear sister. Lillian
Newman, died March 8, 1814..?Brother
Charlea.
NEWMAN^?In memory of dear sister, Lil
lian Newman, died March 8. 1P14.
Brother Charlej.
WHTTCHER.? In sad and loving inemory of
our beloved dankhter and sister Ellza*?th,
who departed this life o? March 7, 1DI0.
Two lonely j?ar? have passed away
Hlnce death'* cold hand did take you.
But never since that parting day
t>ld our fond love forsake you.
Kather. Mother, Sinters. Brother-Ip-law.
Anywhere
"Campbell Serelce"
Call "Columbue S200
FRANK F. CAMTHFtL
THE FUNERAL CHURCH" let
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Dewateve Ofkr, 234 5t. * M As.
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