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Miss Jessie Megeath
Becomes Bride of
Lt. H. L. Roger s, Jr.
Ceremony in tho Rutgers Pres
byterian Church Is Followed
by Breakfast.
Miss vg;< lo Megeath. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Satru.ol A. ?.le;.ath. of lOUu
'ark aveni . \\ .in mart ii 1 to Lieut.
Hurry L. Ro,.. r>i, Jr.. yesterday morn
ing iu the baUw>om of tin? Gotham by
tiio Hav. Daniel i' i. 1 .sio? of the
Rutgers Presbyturiai: Cur.rt"... Ther?*
v. a* a : mail gather!...;' of relatives and
irii luirf for the ceremony, which was fol
iowi ! by a breakfast.
T.io bride's att<n> ar.ts were her sit
ters. the Misses Virginia A. and Metta
II. M>. :;eath, a . i 3I '.tor Rodney Smith
..?a; b< t man. The u- hers were Lieuts.
.Dorr Haseltin.- and William C'oogan.
Tho bridegroom hay been stationed ;it
.?'ori Bloc; .1, where ha will tuite his
i>rlde after their wedding trip. She was
? 1,radicated from the University of Wis
< onsin, where she took a special course
in agriculture.
Lieut. Rog> rs is the son of Major
Gen. Harry I/. Rogers, Quartermastei
General of the United States Army. He
was graduated from West Point in the
glass of l'JZO and previous to that .served
for one year with the army of occupa
tion iu Germany.
MISS COENELIA SAGE TO WED. |
Will llccome Bride ?.* Henry ilul
lon Lnndon, .Ir.
An engagement of particular interest '
to the young >' t of society was made j
known yesterday when *'r. anil Mrs. ,
Dean Sag!', of CS3 I'ark avenue, an
nounced that their oldest daughter, Miss |
Cornelia Sage, will bo married to Mr.
Henry Hutton Landon, Jr. The wed
ding is not to take place for a year at
least.
Miss Sage was graduated from Miss
Porter's school at Farmington, Conn.,
and was introduced to society by her
Mother on December 19. She was In
? luded in ail the important parties of
the winter for the debutante circle and
became identified with the Junior
LeuKue. Miss Sarah Sago is her
jounger sister.
Mr. Hutton is n son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Henry Hutton Landon, of T9 East Fifty
third street. He was graduated from
ale In 1917, ten years after his brother,
Mr. Stephen L. Landon, received his
degree from the same university. Dur
ing the war ho served overseas with the
-ir force of the Navy. Mr. Landon's
t isters .ire Miss Cornelia Landon and
Mrs. Moses Taylor Pyne, Jr.
Will TX k V IIK A O.
Announcement was made yctserday of
the marring! ?! the previous day of
Miss Franco., ??!:?? Read, daughter of
the Into Edwin it ad and Mrs. Read of
Ijcxington Mass., to Mr. Harold Osgood
Whitney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
H. Whitney of Boston, In the New York
Community Church, at Thirty-fourth
street and Park avenue. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. John Haynes
Holmes, the pastor. There were r.i
bri !.".l attendants. Mr. Lawrence Ccv
lcj' Thaw served ns best man.
The bride's father, who or n !!vafl In
Brooklyn, was a son of the Ui:< Edwin
O. Road, who in his day v a ; one of the
prominent men of the New York Stock
Exchange. The bride's mother Is the
older one of the two daughters of the
late. Dr. Alexander Sleeper Clarke, a
physician of Brooklyn, whose first wife
was Miss Ruth Butler of that city. Dr.
Clarke went to Paris, whore he lived for
mriny years, and after the death of his
wife married Mrs. Daisy McCoy Burden
of Newport, who was the widow of
Joseph Burden. Dr. Clarke, who died
tome years ago, used to ko to Newport
each summer, ; Kissing the season at
Beech Bound, the villa that belonged to
his second wife.
Mr. and Mas. Whitney will go to Palm
Beach and next month will ?-o to Europe
for the summer.
PRUSSIA \ PRIM CESS TO WED.
Copenhagen*, March 11.?The betrothal
Is announced of Princess Marjareta.
daughter of ITInce Waldomar of Prussia,
and Prince Rene of Bourbon, brother of
the former Empress of Austria.
Miss Maggie Teyte,
Opera Singer, W^s
To-day in London
Copyright by MUhkln.
Miss Maggie Tcyte.
W. S. Cottingham, Formerly of
Cleveland, to Marry Eng
lish Prima Donna.
London, March 11.?It is announced
that Miss Mangle Teyte, prima donna,
will be married to-morrow to W. S. Cot
tlngham, formerly of Cleveland, Ohio,
now In business in London. Miss Teyte,
it is saia, will continue her operatic ca
reer. ?
Mr. Cottingham's father is Walter
Cottlngham, president of the Sherwin
Williams Company of Cleveland, which
the son represents in London. The
young man 1m 24.
Although bom in England Miss Teyte
has achieved much of her fame in the
United States In opera and concerts and
has many friends In New York. "Wol
verhampton, England, is her birthplace
and 18S9 ia the year of her birth. Edu
cated there at St. Joseph's Convent, she
began studying singing under Jean de
Rcsske at fifteen years of age. Four
years later at the Opera Cornique, Paris,
she made her first appearance as Melt*
aande. She made her debut in her na
tive England in 1309 at Queens Hall,
London, as Che, ubino in "The Marriage
of Figaro." She also sang there Mar
g write in "Faust," and Antonio in
"Tales of Hoffman." Coming here in
1012 she Banff at the Manhattan Opera
House with success. And in concert
also. Returning to England, she starred
with Sir Henry Wood and was heard on
the Riviera, in Berlin and Paris, where
she sang at the first performance there
of "The Secret of Susanna." Later she
joined the Chicago Orera. Company. In
1917 she sang In the open air concert.s
at Columbia.
This will bo Miss Cafe's second mar
riage. I-lor first husband w;ti Eugene
Pluinon, a French lawyer. He served
during the war as an interpreter v ith
the French army. A dlvorcc tonninated
that marriage.
PRINCESS C.HIKA TO LIVE HERB
The Princes;: Margaret Ghlka, who
has recently returned from a trip in
China, has decided to make New York
her home and has len.ied two apart
ments in t.4 East Fifty-fifth street, n
unique building planned and erected by
Harry AHen Jacobs, architect of the
Lambs Ciuti Princess Ghlka formerly
lived in Washington, P. C. She was
>liss Patterson of Chicago before her
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PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
HEW YORK.
Mrs. George Bird, who hax been pass
ing a month with Mrs. William Seward
Wt-feb at Palm Bwoh, and Mrs. Alexan
der Bictdle, who lias been with Mrs.
Edward T. Stotesl>ur y at the Florida re
sort, will go to Hot opringa, Va., to pass
Easter at tbcs homestead.
.Mrs. Howard St. George and h*r !
daughter, Miss Vivian St. George, who i
re visiting Mrs. s:. George's father. Mr 1
George F Baker. :it Joky! Island. Geor
gia, v.Hl ^tart for their hor.~.e In 1/ondon
nest week.
Mr. Tomaa A. l.e Jireton, the Ambas
sador from the A/genUse la Waahtng
tot:. and Mme. Le 1'reton are at the
Uits-Carlton Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert H. Gary will
^turt to-day for Panama for a month's
stay.
Mr ar.d Mrs. Arden M. Rotobin* will
i,rlive to-day after several weeks in
Cuba.
Mrs. TTenry Mnrtyn Alexander will
; give a dinner party at 15 Kast Thlrty
-iMh street to-night.
Mrs. H- Van Rensselaer Kennedy is
! a guest of her mother, Mrs. George A.
, ilobblns.
Brlg.-Gen. and Mrs. Cornelius Van
: denbllt are preparing to leave for Eu
; ropo soon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Amory have
j come from Boston to the Belmont Hotel.
WASHINGTON.
, Tho Spanish Amb.mfador and Mms.
j do Rlano gave a dlnnrr last night for
; Col. Vidal, Military Attache of the Em
| bassy, and Scnora Vidal, who will leave
I Washington March 14 and sail shortly
!'or Spain to bt? absent about two
months.
Lady Geddes, wife of the British Am
bassador, who was at home yesterday
afternoon, was assisted by Miss Poo,
Mrs. E. N. King and Mrs. Lawrence,
wife of tho British Consul at Washing
ton.
Senor Alberto Cortadellas, Charge
d'Affaires at the Bolivtan Legation, and
Senora Cortadellas will leave Washing
ton on Monday for Bolivia, Senor Cor
tadellas having been recalled by his
Government.
Col. Robert M. Thompson ha.< pone
to Miami, F!a.( to he with Mrs. Thomp
son and Miss Hilda Sykes, who have i
been there gome weeks.
Mra. Charles Warren has left for
California for a short visit to her
father, Mr. William H. Bliss, in Santa
Barbara.
Senator and Mrs. Frank B. Kellogg
I have left Washington for Plnehurst, N.
C., to remain until after Easter.
srwpoht.
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Bogort have
| leased the large estate at the Mile Cor
' ner for the coming season. The estate
| is known as Dudley Place, and belongs
I to Mr. William T. Bull. Last year Mr.
! and Mrs. Bogert occupied the Blue Bird
I Cottage, on Saieldon Hill.
Mrs. Thomas J. Emery has purchased
. twenty acres of land adjacent to her
, estate, Miirlemont, op Honey man Hill.
! The land will be used In part to enlarge
i her flower gardens.
FLOWER SHOW KXHIBlTOnS.
During the last few years the entri"?
of private growers have been a feature
of the International Flower Show, and
with the list* closed for the eighth an
nual display, which takes place in Grand
l Central Palace next week, evidence is
riven that this year will witness even
greater competition in this class. Adolnh
Lewlsohn is the largest exhibitor amor*
the private growers, he making entries in
fifty-five classes. All of the blooms and
plants exhibited by Mr. Lewlsohn nro
raised on his estate nt Ardsley, N\ T.
Among the other private exhibitors ar?
W. R. Coe, George D. Widener, Charles
M. Schwab. Payne Whitney, W. B.
| Thompson. Percy Chubb, B. H. Bord -n,
! Mrs. F. A. Constable. Mrs. Payne Whlt
I liey, Mrs. Henry Oliver, Mrs. R. A.
| Lockwood, Mrs. Florrie Guggenheim,
Miss Alice de Lamar and Mrs. F. li
Dixon.
WE DDI JIG NOTES.
in the Church of the Beloved Disciple.
! Enst Eighty-ninth street, near Madison
avenue, this evening Miss Margaret
1 Ludlow Harlson, a daughter of Mr.
land Mrs. William Beverley Harlson of
j 1S East Eiuhty-eighth Street, will be
married to Mr. Frank Eliot de Mercado.
A reception for members of the bridal
party will be held at the bride's home.
; In the First Presbyterian Church.
Flftn avenue and Klcventh street, this
I afternoon, Miss Charlotte R. Welles,
I daughter of Mr. Henry H. Welles, Jr..
: will be mnrried to Mr. Elliott Hpeer of
' iSnglewood, X. J., son of Dr. Itobert
; E. Speer. chairman of the Federal
I Council of Churches. A reception will
be held at 27 Washington square north
j the home of the bride's father.
H \IIE FL'RMTl'RB SOLD.
Pur' of the erection of English and
French furniture recently on view et the
Anderson Galleries whs sold nt auction
"e?t??r?' y afternoon and brought $4,607.
The eloses this afternoon. A ma
hogany bedroom suit of ten pieces sold
in 33-5. the highest price of the after
noon. A woollen rug from Sultanabad,
Persia, of nineteenth century workman
shin, went to the snirii' bidder for $310.
MISS RUTH GIN NEVER ENGAGED
TO MR. ALMERIC F. BARLOW
Will Be Wed Next Tuesday in
Bride's Home in New
Kociielle.
Dr. Arthur Ginnever, a wall ino?n i
dint of this city, and Mrs. Gtn
| no\ ? yesterday InformeJ their frtand
In New York. New Rochello and among
j the residents of the Wheatley Hills t
ihe engagement of their daughter, Mlfs
Ruth Ginnever, to Mr. Almerlc Far'.j
Harlow, an Englishman who had been
in this country for some ttme.
The lYeddliiK Is to tak* place next
Tuesday In the country homo of Dr
and Mrs. -jlnnever, at Davenport Seek,
New Rochelie. While the engagement
had existed some time, the announce
! ment was delayed because of the lon?
| !onvalcbcence of Mr. Barlow from seri
! >)Us injuries when a bomb destroyed th<
| barracks at Halifax during the war .is
BrltUh soldiers Were abo.it to sail ior
I England. Tuesday's wedding Is to
i mark Dr. and Mrs. Gianever's wedding
I anniversary as well as his birthday,
i Dr. Ginmvcr Is of English birth, but
' has lived In this country thirty year s.
In 19W he was called a broad to visit
hospitals in England and France for
the British War Relief Committee and
report on hospital conditions and needs.
A number of years ago ho took over the
practice of Dr. Eugene Hoyt, a noted
specialist of this city, and has an office
at 21 West Fifty-eighth street. Mi.'*
Ginnever was educated at Miss V?|tln'-;
School, specializing in painting and
music.
Mr. Liarlow is a son of nn Irish lawyer
and grandson of Dr. Almerlc Seymour
of Brighton, Eng. He prepared for col
lege lit the Bancroft School, in Essex,
and was graduated froin the London
University.
ROBERT M. M'ALMON,
POET, SECRETLY WED
Marries Miss Anne Ellerman,
English Heiress.
The files of the Marriage license Bu
reau In the Municipal Building. the de
pository of countless romances, has dis
closed the fact that Miss Anne Winr.i
fred Ellerman of Eastbourne, England,
and Kobert Menzies McAimon, editor
and poet, of thin city, and formerly sta"
half back of the University of Minne
| sota, obtained a marriage license on Feb
ruary 14. At the time they tlgnlfie 1
their Intention to marry the following
day, but while that chaptcr in the inter
national romance Is shrouded in mystery
i the wedding is said to have taken pla-o
! i rivetely, and Mr. McAimon and h'a
i bride are said to have sailed for Engl.u d
a week ago to inform her father of the
marriage.
j Mrs. McAimon is a daughter of s r
John Ellerman, one of England's great
; *at ship owners, whose fortune has beer,
[estimated at $100,000,000. She came to
i the United States last autumn with Mr.
| Richard Aldington, n poetess who writiis I
I under the nom de plumo of Hilda Doj- ]
; little. Miss Ellerman also has made a
| name for herself as a novelist and po?t- |
! ess tinder the pen name of Winifred ;
Bryner. She and Mrs. Aldington wtiu |
j to California for the winter, returning to i
New York early in February, when Mis-; j
! Ellerman Is said to have made the ac- j
, quaintanee of Mr. McAimon.
Eight years ago Mr. McAimon lind n I
I prominent place on the sporting page* of i
| the newspapers during the football *oa- j
; son. Until recently he was editor of an j
, aviation publication in this city. He a'so
i has written considerable poetry.
AMONG THE PLAY(iOF,RS.
"Tip-Top" at the Olobc Theatre was
seen last night by Mr. and Mrs. Robert j
Coleman Taylor, Mr and Mrs. George
B. Agnew, Mrs. George William Curtis,
Miss Marlon Holyokc and Mr. Wendell
Baker.
Seeing "Good Times" at the Hippo
| irnme were Dr. and Mrs. John Hutchin
son, Mr Robert W. Kelley and Mr. Rus
I sell Cheney.
For "D-durau" at the Belasco were
I Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Duell and Mr. John
i Slater.
At the Fulton to see "Enter Madame''
! were Co!. Arthur Little and party. Mr.
i and Mrs. Robert W. Chambers and Col.
j William Ilayward.
To see "Sally" at the New AmstT
, dam wero Messrs. James Wendell,
| Franklyn Chandler. Charles R. White
and Joseph C. Harrlman.
PAMOtK OLD gUVCEIt 11,1..
I Special Verpntch to Tub Nkw York HlOUUX
South Norwalk, Conn., March 11.?
1 Mrs. Charles Monson Raymond, who as
; Annie lx>ulse Cary was on* of the best
j known American singers on the concert
and operatic stages in the '70's and '80'?,
t is seriously ill in her home here. Her
I condition wu reported as favorable to
day, but because of her age?she Is In
! her 80th year?little hope for her r^cov
j ery !? held out. After a successful
! career here and abroad, extending over
i twenty years. Mi.?s Cary retired from
the stage In 1S82 upon her marriage to
Dr. Raymond.
"love birds" postponed.
The opening performance of "I/ovo
Thirds," In which Pat Rooney and Mario.i
Bent mako their advent on the music:* 1
| comedy stage, has been changed from
Monday ne xt to Tuesday at the Apollo
j Theatre. Flr?t night tickets will be
I honored then. "Tim Right tjlrl" at the
j Times Square Theatre also has been
I postponed from Monday to the following
night.
BEAUTIFUL OLD FURNITURE ^
At The American Art Galleries
Maclison Square South, New York
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
AND UNTIL DATE OF SALE
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS
NEXT. MARCH 15TH AND 16TH, AT 2 O'CLOCK
An Important Collection of
VERITABLE AND HANDSOME
Old Jacobean, Queen Anne
and other
Early English Furniture
Very fine Cld Pewter, Clocks, Mirrors and Samplers
CONSIGNED BY THE WELL KNOWN ENGLISH EXPERT
MAJOR GEORGE HORSFIELD
OF LONDON
??Denrflptlre Catnlogue. Uy Mr. Iloriire Tonn?*mJ, mallnl on
lift? Onl?.
The Sale Will Be Conducted by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRB^ [
nrv! hi* i\t- Utii'Cl. Mr .OTTO RFtiNKT and Mr. If. 11 PARK!.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgrs.
Ma<1l??n !?q. South. Entrance 6 E. 2:id Street, New *ork
Mist. Ruth Ginnever.
ZIEGFELD TOWED TO
SEA BY DEVILFISH
Loses 5ea Monster After
Forty Mile Battle.
Hpt al iMnpatch t>t Tub New York Hbeaij). j
Pai.m Beach, Flu., March 11.?Flor
enz ZI>igfeld, Jr.. and .six fishermen in
two boats were towod forty miles north
of hero and seventeen rnlleo out to sea j
by a Inge devilfish, or manta, yester
day, and did not find their way back
until nearly midnight, after George
Leary, Jr.'n, sea sled Orlo XI. and Jo
siah S. isdt n's pow<*r boat had started
nn a search for them.
Although h'irpooned four times and
shot with an army rifle.eight times, the
munt.i escaped. Mr. Ziegfeld had J.
Leonard Ileplogle's fast speed boat Sea
Robin, and was aidod in the battlo with
the sea monster by Capt. Bert Hiscoek,
om- of the mast famous Florida guides,
and four of his men in a fishing boat.
BELASCO TO PRODUCE
PLAY ABOUT BORGIA
Hornblow's Drama Show
New Side of Famous Woman.
David Belasco has accepted a play
bv Arthur Hornblow on the life of L,ti
crezia Borgia, written In the revelation
of recent historical research Wrtich
shows this celebrated fl^ire of the Ital
ian Kenalssance to have been an en
tirely different type of woman from the
I character generally pictured. _
Mr. Hornblow Is the author or a
I History of the Theatre in America ana
editor of the Theatre Ifaffasine. For
several years he was on Tub New V.?r.
Hbiuxd Staff In the foreign news de
partment.
STAGE STABS TO AID BOYS.
Additional Player* Volnnteer for
Entertainment a? Hippodrome.
Several additional etago stars volun
teered yesterday for the annual enter
tainment of e Boys Club, which will
take place tomorrow night At the Hip
podrome. Among those who have bfen
Blven added numbers on the programme
are Alio Delysta. from "Afgar : Mar
cir.t Mower, from "Welcome Stranger .
Boggle Sheffield of the "Romance com
pany ; Anna Wheaton. Oscar bhaw and
Harry Carrol. All the younger "'??r
will take part In "The Frolic of ^outh_
written by Charles Hansen Towne espe
cially for the H.iys Club Miss Naomi
Johnson, whom New York remembers n
"The Blue Bird." lias a special role in
the "Frolic."
In the musical end of the programme
lime. Florence Kaston of the Metro
politan Opera Company. Tito Schlpa ?f
the Chicago Opera Company and Mme.
F.mma Trentlni will all appear Da\id
Work Griffith will film a s'^ne from
"iream Street," his new production on
ihe stage of the Hippodrome, using
Tvrone Power, Carol Dempster. \\ J.
Ferguson. Charles Mack and Ralph
Graves Mme. Anna Pavlowa, with her
company, will give several dances.
PLEA FOR MARY PICKFORD.
Lawyer Qnestlnn* Se*nda At
torney'* Klwht ?? Review Illvorce.
Minpsn, Nevada, March 11.?District j
Ju4g< Frank P. Lnngnn has under con
sideration to-day a brief filed by Mary
Pick ford (Mrs. Douglas I-atrbanks),
attorney, which contends that the Attor-,
nej -General of Nev.-da was wlthout au
thority when he filed an action to have
set nsld.i the divorce granted to Miss
Plckford from Owen Moore.
The brief contended that the State was
re,.resented at the trial by the court, and,
that the court's nction In *r!inUn* |
decree was conclusive and final. T
brief also said that the Attorney-Genera 1 j
had failed to dlscloso anything In the.
Nevada laws countenancing the theory,
that the Attorney-General has the right
to review divorce cases.
SH'BUIXH SOPRAWO PtKAIBIi
Miss Frieda Itochen, a young Swedish
American soprano, who sang here lam
season, gave a song recital yesterday In ,
Aeolian Hall Her programme Inc ud d
classic airs, German and French lyrics |
and the romr "Joy." by Frnnols Moore. ,
who played the accompaniments. Her[
delivery had pleasing features with
some limitations of vocal teehnlo and
style. With an agreeable voice the old |
all n wen given with m. h taste while ,
in Schubert's "Du BUt Dlo Huh hor
breath support did n<; suffice, nor wer" j
the i v?n quality of her lower scale and
I,er de"h of feeling adequate; for ln
stanco, In Kranz's "Auf Pern Meere.
SOf l A I- NOTES.
Mme Kvelyn Pardrldge has returned
from Palm Beach to her home, 100 W e*t
Flfty-nlrth street.
Mrs Edward da Bos* gave a dinner
ln?-t ti'lrht f'?r Col. end Mrs. J J. Byrne
Con rratulat Ions are being sent to Mr.
and M> Harold P. Farrington upon t. *
birth' of a son in their home. Sir, Pa-k
avenue. Thursday. Mrs FarrlnRton Is a
ilaughter of the late William B. Aitkin
of tliis city. She and Mr. Forrlngton
Wpre married In December. 1917.
NOTEi.Tr Til re i iiKAHiri.
To-day's performances will end tli? New
York engagement of William Kaversham In
The PHnce and the l>n.ipsr" at the Helwyn
Thfntre.
Willi#, and Eugene Howard, stars of Tn#
VasilnS "how of 1051" st the Winter Oar
len will pprwk In front of thu Public U*
hSr* at 1 o'clock te-rtay In behalf of ths
Beth Pavld Hospital fnn-t drive, end fort%
' ros girls f' <>? "The Res. Olrt" a? the
Amhassader Th-stre will aid th. Howard
l,M ti ' r.? In getting contributions.
Vre.l Klere. sppe?rln? .1" "Tip T?l?" Jit
"Ladies' Night"
Actress Secretly
Married a Year
Miss Judith Yosselli Bride of
John E. Lloyd, Lumberman
of Philadelphia.
Word reached hero yesterday from
Philadelphia that JoJin E. Lloyil,
wealthy lumberman and well k: own In
New York, Is the husband of Ml.ss
Judith Vosselll, who plays a prominent
role In "Lad!e3' Night" tn the Eltlnge.
Mr. Lloyd, who is 13 years old md has
been looked upon as a confirmed bache
lor, let out the secret that h? had been
married for more than a yar at a
dinner given by Dr. Hubley E. Owen,
at which he and his wife were present
bt-lore attending the recent bal masque,
one of the fashionable event# of the
season In Philadelphia. Only a few of
Miss Vosselll's close friends had known
of her ma: rings.
"AJ1 through my stage career I have
been cast in vamplro roW like that in
the play I'm In now," she told them.
"I've always wanted to be a nice, re
spectable 'vampire' rind get a real good
man, and now I've Just such a man."
They were married In this city, it was
learned, a year ago last Christmas. They
have an apartment at 317 West Ninety
rtrst street, but business keeps Mr. Lloyd
in Philadelphia much of the time, wnen
he btays at a club or at his farm, Valley
Brook, at Downington. He is president
of the William II. Lloyd Compr.ny. and
was formerly president of the Retail
Lunib( r Pi alers of Ainorica.
lie is a graduate of Haverford, class
of 1900, ami i member of the Sc.na of
the American Revolution and of tho
Union league, Markliam and Merlon
Cricket c'.ubs of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Lloyd was born In France of
Spanish and French parentage, coming
here at the age of She was educated
in New York and at Paris, where she
went at 15 to study the drama. She
made her utase debut with Mi:? Char
lotte Walker In "Nancy L< atid
played the role of the high priest e.-.n in
"Aphrodite" before taking her present
part of Khadn fter/ovn, motion picture
"vamp," in ""Ladles' Night." She also
has appeared In vaudeville and j)lcture.<
She will remain on the stage to fulfil
her contract with A. H. Woods, which
has several years to run.
INDEPENDENT ARTISTS' BALL.
! Called "PriNiiiutIo" Dnnco nnd f'nu
tunica of All Color* Are Worn.
The Society of Independent Artists j
begun their nnnu.il raid on ballroom
traditions at the Waldorf-Astoria lust
nltrht. Tho wives of the artists took !
charge of the event and called it a ;
"prismatic" dance, an Idea which ap
I reared to have been carried out as near
ly every one had tried to dress In all
of tho colors In all combinations. Th ?
effect was pleasing. The women left It
to th? men to select the best costumes.
! but this feature wa? not to take plae? i
I until some time alter the grand march
at 2 :30 o'clock.
Mrs. John Sloan was In central chargu
of the dance, "niere were many celebri- ;
ties, |t was announced. Despite tho
i difficulty of attempting to distinguish
anything because of the optical strain
It was learned that among those present
were Mrs. Harry I'ayne \Vh;tney, Leon
Kroll, Oliver Horford, IJrnest Poole,
Francis W. Crownlmdileld, Norman Tre- ]
vor, "Berrah." the Peruvian I no a dancer, j
?liose app'-arance stirred up unusual In- j
terest In Peru, and many others, about
1,200, It was said.
RESORT NOTES.
PAI.3I BEACH.
Sp'rial Dispatch to Tun New Yobk Kbxai.h.
Palm Beach, Fla., March 11.?The
Thursday evening dinner dance at the
Everglades Club attracted many parties
there last evenlni; and on* of the largest
was entertained by Mrs. Robert C.
Black, whose guests Included h^r niece.
Mrs. Arthur Francis; Miss Katherine
Francis, Col. and Mrs. Willis S. Paine,
Mr. and Mrs Robert Dun Douglass, Mr.
and Mrs. A F Huston. Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan D. Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles O.
Bill. Mrs. Robert G. Mead. Miss Leslie
Colby, Mrs. Minnie C. RPc, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Dennlson Cowee, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle P. Charlton, Dr. and Mrs.
George Morgan Ward and Charles Gaw
tier.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter 8. B Frelingliuy
sen were also hosts to a company of ten
and Richard Saltonstall had the same
number of guests. Mr. and Mr <'harles
t?. Hillsburn entertained a small com
pany. William MacNcll Rodewald,
.lames Henry Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Singer, Malcolm Meacham, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Lowber Welsh and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Thomas were other hosts.
311 AMI.
Miami. Fla., March 11.-?A deluge of
rain which continued throughout the
day cancelled all outdoor activities
Bridge parties wero formed, and In the
larger hotels there wan dancing at tea
time.
Mrs. Edward MacDoweli of New York
gave a piano recital of the compositions
of her husband at the White Temple to
night under the auspices of the Miami
Music Club, of which Mrs. Ralph Polk
is the president.
Registering from New York to-day |
were Mr. and Mrs. John W. Frothing
ham. Miss Elizabeth Frothingham, Mr.
and Mm. W H White. Donald C. Town
ley, Mr. atid Mrs. W. E. Spender, Mr
and Mra. !>. L. Larofiue, Mrs. James
Morgan Davis, Mrs. R. H. I'urter. Mrs.
Elizabeth M. Bee.her, Miss Mary E
Oreg g, Robert Graves and Robert
Graves, Jr.
ST. At GI STIME.
Sp'tial T>r*pat<h to Til : Vrw York Itwuf.t..
St. Aroi'sTfNB, Fla , March 11.?Mr.
and Mrs.. George G. Frellnghuysen arid
Mlsr. Matilda E. Frellnghuysen have ar
rived at tho Ponce de Leon from New
Vork.
Mr. and Mrs Hy. H. Rogenbaugh have
come from Palm Beach and will spend
several days here before leaving for
New York.
TAMPA.
Hp+rtal Pftpitltit to Tub Nsw York Ttnur.o.
Tampa, Fla., March 11.?Mr. and Mrs.
J. L Klrkpatrlck of Pittsburgh enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammars
and Mr. and Mrs P. M. Campbell, ?|?o
of Pittsburgh, with a dinner party at
the Tampa Bny to-rilght. Tho Klrkpat
ricks have a cottafte here,
OMTTARIES.
GEORC.E H. Ill ni.BPT.
Saw Francisco. March 11?George
M Hurlbut. who during the civil war
went behind the Confederate lines as a
spy on many occasions, died hers ye?ter
day, aged seventy-eight.
C.EOnOE ?IA*K.
George Pnrr, retired automobile and
carriage dealer, of 1S9 Broadway, Flush
ing. died ycrterdajr afternoon In the
Flushing Hospital from Injuries sus
tained In a fall enrlPr !n the day.
i.on* rtARROU,
Onngvsnt'no, N Y. March 11.?I/ouls
'larrow, believed to be tho oldest man
in northern New York, died here to-diy,
aged 104 years. He was born at Hidgo
fleld. Quebec, February 11, Hlf.
ENGLISH ANTIQUES
ON EXHIBITION HERE
Major George Horsfield's Col
lection to Be Sold.
The Major George Horsfieid collection
of narly English furniture, now on view
at. tile American Art Association, la one
that stands out from the long series of
winter art sales. Major Horsfieid. like
all genuine collectors, has a construc
tive talent, and not only has the good
taste to recognise a beautiful object
wherever he may see It, but unites It
with others that combine to shed a new
lustre on certain Interesting periods of
history.
it Is th* Jacobean and Queen Afl'.a
periods that he brings vividly before
the spectator, an < whatever may be
thought of the cl.iui. ing politics of |
those changeful times there can be no
two opinions about the sturdy English
cabinetry of those days. English work
men have always made bold claims to
being "free" citizens, and when they
started out to make n cupboard or a
chnir they made It plain by the Inge
nuity of their designs and the constant
play of fancy that they were mentally
free. Every piece In Major Hor3fleld's
collection ha* irnme little variation from
the usual that gives It u. particular
charm.
Whether It was personal whim or
mere chance cannot be said, but this
collector went in extra strongly for
two classes of antiques?old writing
deskH and hanging cupboards. The
hanging cupboards are especially artis
tic, being made of mahogany with
arched lattice work and glass doors.
They suggest at once the drawings of
Edwin A. Abbey and other students of
the seventeenth and eighteenth cen
turies.
A Queen Anne china cabinet la one of
tho pieces that ha* marked British
merits, being sturdy in workmanship,
tasteful in design and homely in effect.
It Is >>f mahogany and Is now appro
priately filled with rare old pieces of
pewter, including bowls, iandlepieces
and platters.
LOST AND FOUND.
ATT. OARA nr. ASTi RTORA'^ MEN!
REWARD?STOLEV AUTOMOBILE. j
Htkor A (on timek, 11*20 model. factory No. I
r,R17. on a I tie No. r>7"0, lirenae No. SftlMOR New j
York 1020* xto!en from near Pier *0, North f
River Chumbera at., New York 'city, Fobru- i
arv 2o, 1021. Communicate by phone Broad j
1072. Mr. IsTCO.
ATT. OARAC.E A VP STORAOE MEN! I
RHWAUp?STOLEN AfTOM'iTtlLE.
Armo ?'iV4 ton truck, van lw>dy. !!>"" model:
factory Nn. s."i(W, motor No t!77*-E7. stolen I
from Brooklyn, N. Y., r>e<-pmli?r, lO'JO. Com- j
rr.itnlrate by phono Broad 1071. Mr. LKO. j
LOST?Will person who found black . Ilk j
folder purse nt midday service. Grace
Chiir-h, March 11, ke?>p money and return
paper*? Vnlual'U e.nly <o own< r Mil
WH1TRIDGE, 16 East 11th. No questions
asked. !
I.OST.?fun''!}-, Marrh ft, between 0 A. M.
ami r. IV M . p'xketbooK containing money,
" rtltk-ate of stock and other paper*. Suit
able reward un^n return to .110 Wont TIH.i
't.. apartment BE. or phone S'-lniy|.'r
LOST?It; Broadway surface car, erten en
velope containing letterhiarts and pape.s.
"f'HMfleld Parer Co." on envelope: reward.
HORN. 62 Duane St.
l/iST- Ilia. I; leather envelope, containing
paper*: red leather loose l?af note book,
pencil reward DE MARfl, 4W Beaver *?.
LOST?Business books In black portfolio
liberal reward. WEITgEN. !?'. E. 28th at.
Jewelry.
LOPT- Bmcelet. P.uaslnn ?tlver Bet with
front? of M?rt ft' between PMth and TOUi
a-* ass-: r-t?
! < WT-Lib.'! nl reward f?i return of platinum j
),orsc*ho? i?n. containing 41 ?i
between Wcat 47'h #t. and West !>l?t ti . (
Sunday nt^ut midnight- Keturn to apt. -0. ,
I nil Wot 72(1 ?t. I
,ncT At u Mtman ?? Co., Wednesday, ell
?frmJ h bag Inscribe.! "Lllltan H. Hchar
I fer " Finder ran keep ?"}?!??'^"VT"
| r.r .1 nther content* to ?3? W. iron ?t.
i fT^F?TiiMitav"Tilglit. Waldorf-Antorla, or
Waldorf Motel. _ _?.?
TTTht" Sapphlrv and pearl r7-?eant. Hacken
jErr- KSi
j Fulton ??????-?? ' r
! 1 a?5T?I adv'i erfcn Rold powder cftBf, P
; Im"*?. rhona rolumbij^ g_
! vnsr-vml. V;?ri ^^?^uf^aWrrtrti
I Theatre. Reward, no qu-.tlon* aeked. _
! 'COST-Thur- day \venii.g. vl' ''???
i lady'* gold wrtat watch, Initial* A. is. r .
rt;*ard. * t p" r W' J'
j Hearing Apfirr'
1/MTbITX1"
?ard. Tel. phore Rhtn? .Miner
t utu, Do<s, 4c.
LTOT-Wlre. haired for terrlar. brown and
Vt?* no rr ?i Ktiftty. Ownar. H. J. HALlib,
y? V* Is" rt on collar suitable raward.
! K^^TTTofW'r.Vl lor lost doK. hrown aiid
whit* toy Hc.ton bull, named Pansy. POT
1 TKB. 13-'l F.. ?>5t>i? ?
I ;""
MARRIED.
M -vrn \K - W Av I STAFF. ?- on *Hiur?day,
March 10. 1031. ?t '? Eaat 82d at.. b?
' the Itev. William A. Kirk wood of the Con
Lreaallonal Church. Pauline Krench Was
staff to l>on&ld Oliver Ma^Kac.
DIED.
. ,. rin.tav# Magee, Ann1? F.
An Wto M?>rka. Flora
<"?;an '-erlaln.ll.F.n.A, OlHvjar. Horace M.
UMMBe M. Overbaiigh. ( .
V- in Mnv <? Ttaelibauin, Henry
Paul Hre?. Benjamin *.
r.avlt, Cornelia C. Runk. Blla A.
f?, - n IC'Hth c. houl*?. ln?na I .
Frankfort. I^nwta Anna B.
Vrl.Clara C. Stein-erth, Frederick
lire. ? . KlUnbeth K. Rtelndler, Joseph J
OHfflfh. Vincent O. ?",<1!;Brrf- ri?* G'
Harris, Abraham Tomllnaon, W. "1
ll'Kile. Celia n. Towneend, Jamc* II
Ma cgaret Fo-.ir' nd, I.oi.lra
, F.dward Van Ituren. Aymar
>. Rlehard Welppert, l.ena M.
R. WllRa m.. bavin la L.
flu l?y. Margaret To-.n*?-ud, I.oulra
vims. Fd.v?rd Van Muren Aym.r
t'lrliard Welppert. l.ena M.
In Memorlara.
stta.w ,1: w
Acril -T.u.tave. ?n Msrch II. a*? fS. '"arly
'i?* rwtw y/'K
!^Wn.J"Vr?^K^
ln'"'
Angel- paper. pl?-a?- ,-0?'
lie formed Church. Bunday. March 13. at
2 .TO r. M.
SSSK??? 55!
Haiurday afternoon. 5 SO o lock
....r ,lir rjoofi < llaK'l-is rioee, ?ud
Ofi Mar -n It. 1WM ? Funeral on
Monday efternoon from Clinton a%..
roil IN -May c., beloved daughter of Kmma
i-irin l'uneial rTvleua H'.inda>, March
i? 1K1 4 "o p M , at her lata reeldenee.
1M Baa't Bi? ?.. N?w fork city. 1?t*r
inent Oreenwood Oam?*tery.
(*OI?T^ll -nn March 1". '.Ml.
late Thomaa Pittler and BU*a C. II
klnaon ''cater and husband of Ida Putnam.
Puneral "arvtr-i at hie Ute reeldeme. JW
i"oih e' New York elty. on rtatur
r/v Mar h 13. at ? ?? M Interment
?? Po ighki pate. N. >
DAVIS.?On March 0. IM1. ?l niveralde Hoe
-I..I v.<vimrt New*. V*., fomella Colt
f"vli of nW Y .rk city, daughter of the
1 rnn fllA Cn\x Unrt K. TVVI*.
Wta'l att.n'lar, F|ft?t Marine Second
!l olom^w'a Churrli. and T'ark *v.,
Saturday, S V M. Interment PUtefleld,
hk^n"-March 1<>. 1M1. Fdlth r b-lovejl
? lfe of Charles I.. P* an ami moth, r of H.
n o It and R. C. Stoddard and Mrs.
I' M p.rtf?tho Fitn^riil ptvI'j' 8
Merrltt'a Ha.lern Chapel. 304 WC 12?h
j*l.t ?"Rtur'loy, Mirch 1*.. - ?ciotft.
DIED.
FRANKFORT -T.ouls, on Man h 11. belewed
husband of Florence (Berrien), and dm
brother of Herman, lira. K?ther Mo ...
Mrs. Sarah Wolff. Mrs. Uu Hornier ar.-'
Mr? Bessie Weeks. Funeral Sunda),
March 13. at 2 P. M . from hla lata resl
deace, 202 West 83d.
GRANT.?On March 10. Clara O., be'oved
wife of Robert M. Grant of Peekskffl,
N. T.. and daughter of the late Thomas
C. and Sarah A. Freeborn. Funeral ?f
Vlcvs at her late residence. 363 Wet.!. 123<!
et.. .Sunday, March 13, at 2 P. M.
ORKi:N.-|f?rcn 11, Elisabeth B.. a?ed 61
year* Funeral services Chapel Htephr
Merrltt Hurlal and Cremation Co.. lfil
?*lh . earner lath at., Monday evening,
1? o'rlnrk.
j GRIFFITH.?At rtt. Lake's Hospital. New
York city, Friday, Marrh 11, Rev. Vincent
C"'.yer Uilfflth. Notice of funeral here
! after.
! HARRIS. -Budder.iy, March 11, Abraham, be
loved son .Harry ar'1 IJora Harris of
l;c, V.'.at 112th at. S?-i .-Ices at M.yers'a
Funeral Parlor*. 22? Lenox av., Sunday.
March i:i, at 2 P. M Interment Cypress
llllla Cemetery. Please omit flowere.
HOOLE.?Mrs. Cella Lame, March 10. 1921.
w ijuneuu, L I., at the home of her son.
I'r. TTnol Funeral services Sundav,
March 13. 1021, at 2 P. M . at her late
reiddenct. Ho. 7T-A Monroe at., Brooklyn.
HURLEY.?Margaret, In her S2d year. sister
of thu late James and Richard Wussell.
I'uneral services at her late residence, 241
18th St.. Brooklyn, Saturday afternoon at
2:e'i o'clock. Interment Greenwood.
HYAMS.? Edward, beloved husband of Her."
rletta Hyau)s, In the s'.jt year of his age,
on March 10. Service* The Funer.il
Church. Broadway, Gdth, Sunday, March
13, at 10 A. M.
ISAAC.?On Friday, March 11. Richard, In
bis Mth year, beloved husband of Lucy,
and d'-ar father of Walter, Frank. Mor
ris and loe. Funeral from his late resi
dence, ?*?>."? W. l.YTth ?t.. Sunday. March
13. at 3 P. M
LEEMINU.? Harold Roy, snn of Mrs. James
H. Leemlng, on Man n 10. Services Ti ??
Funeral Chur=n. IIroadway, at Oflttt, en
Saturday. March 12. at 3 P. M.
LOESCH-On March 10, 1021. Amelia
Loeeeh, beloved mother of Laura and
George Loesch. Fun r?l service at tl.o
Parlors of August E! .;e!bf" *, 0H4 Eighth
av.. near 58th si., on Saturday, llarcn 1'..
at 2 P. M.
MAGEE.-On Thurs> ly, V ' r"!; I", 1PJ1.
Annie Frnre ? i Va>. ??? Wlmpres?'?.
Funeral servlo at her la,(i reelder.oe, 3i_i
77th St., IlrooS.iyn, on Saturday, at 8 P. M.
MARKS.?Flora, ? n March II, belo'ed v.lio
of the late S. lim Marks, In her - >Ui year.
j Funeral services will be held .it h? daugl -
ter's home, Mrs. Aaron Levitt, apt V.'ei<
IHHh st., Sunday morning, MurcU 13,
i 10 o'clock.
I OLL1VIEH.?Horace M. OIllvlibeloved !iu' ?
band of El Ira A O.iivler, suddenly, ?
March 8, at his residence, 401 8th av.,
Brooklyn. llellgiou.-i services at his la*
home on Sunday. March 13. at 2 P. M ,
thence to the Temple, Lafayette ana Cler
mont a- s., Brookl>n, for Masonic service. .
Ma."inlc brethren are respectfully Invited
to attend. Interment In Greenwood.
OVERBAUfllf. -At Yonkers, N, V., Thur
day. March 10, 1021, Catherine Overbaugl:,
ulfe of the lute Giles Overbaugli. Funeral
service at her late residence, 110 Locuat
Hill av.. Yonkers, Saturday evening at 8
o'clock Interment Tlvoll, N. Y.
RASilHAlTM.- Suddenly, on March II, Henry,
beloved husband of Emma Brown Rash
baum, and dear lather of Dr. Maurli
Uushbaum and Doreia Simons. Funeral
from residence of his daughter, Eoreta
Simons, HIT West 141st st., Sunday, March
I.1. at 2 P. M Charleston iB. C.) paperr
please copy.
UEliS.?Unjan.in I''., on Friday. MarihTT
beloved husband of Dorn Pollock Re
brother of Ella*. Jossph. Sarah Manr
h( Imer, Carrie Frank. Jlanna Kling and
Esther Mayers, Nottro of funeral litter.
RUNK.?Ella Aline, In her 13th year, dearly
beloved daughter of Otto A. and Ernmi
llertleln Runk. Notice of funeral hen
after.
BOTTLE.?At Passaic, N. J., Wednesday.
March It, 10X1, Idella Pago, nlfoof lTrain.li
Wallace Soule. Funeral services at her
late residence, 137 Passaic iv? Saturday,
March 12, at 2 P. M.
STACU.?On March 0, Anna P., age 70 years.
Funeral Chapel Stephen Morrltt Burial
and Cremation Company, 101 8th av., cor
ner lblh ?t.. Friday, 8 o'clock.
STEENWERTH.? Suddenly, on Friday. Marcn
II, 10S1. Frederick youngest son of
Frederick J. and I'hcbe C. H'.eenwerth.
Notice of funeral later,
UTElNDLER.?On Friday. March II, at his
h?me, .10 Riverside Drive, Dr. Joseph J.
htelndler, Moved husband of Julia J.
filelndler an*l devoted fa'h'r of Milton,
Penlval and Seymour. Funeral srrvlccu
at hU home, Sunday morning, March
13. a' 10 o'clock.
I STOl >1 'ARD.-?Ou March 0. at John fi'jelsy
j Hospital, Clalveston, Teaao, Charles Q..
I lui. band of l.aura V. Stoddard. Funeral
nondey. March 13. Dayton. Ohio.
TOMLINSON.?William T, on March 11.
Funeral from the residence of his sister,
Mrs. c. H. Atkins, Milton. Del., on March
J3, at - P. M. Train leaves Uroad St. sta
tion. Philadelphia, for Milton at 7 A. M.
! Philadelphia papers please copy.
' TC?WN3FNI).?Veteran Corps of Artillery,
constituting the Military Society of fl.o
War of 1X12: With n (,-ret ar.nounceniei ?.
Is mado of the death of Jaine* Ml. i
Town "end. Esu., a member of the Couq?I<
of Administration. Members arc requested
to attend the funeral services hi tl>?
Church of the Transfiguration on Saturday
afternoon. March 11'. nt 2 ?o'ciork.
William G Bate. . Comma, .lant.
' TOWNSENIt.- Saint Nicholas Society o: ti e
City of New York. 4.1 Cedar st.. Ne-.
York: It it with deep regret that an
nouncement Is mado of the death on March
10. 1921, of their late associate, Jamaj
Iiliss Townsend
Alfred Wr-KStaff. President.
Frederic Irving Lockr.ian. Secretary.
T0WNSEN1 -On Wednesday. March 0,
l.i.ulen daughter of the Into Thomas J.
and !-21!rst"?h I, Towusend. Funeral ser
\ lee will be held on Saturday morning,
March 12, st li?r late residence, 1,14 Ha t
73d ;-t., a' 10 A. M. Relatives and frien d
are Invited to attend
VAN BIj'RKN ?At hi- home. New Win doe-,
I. Y Thursday. March 10, J 1*51, Aym*r
Vae Buren. eldest son of the lat>- John
D Van llurtn of N?w Vork aged ?4 ymri
and : month*. Funeral Saturday, Marc*!
11. at 1 P. M.
WFlPI'ERT.-on Mar-h 10. 1021. after a
long illness. In tier 3-d year, Lena M. ineo
Volk-ns) Funeral service.' on Sunday
evening. A.SO o'clock, at 43fl East *3d ?t.
Interment at Lutheran. Met day. I 30 P. M.
WILLIAMS ?Entered Into r. st. at the i asl
dencn of her nlecu. .Mrs. C. Reginald I,e<\
Rldgeway. Whit* Plain*, N'. Y.. March II.
1021, Lavinla L.. ?tfe of the late Frank
William* nt Brooklyn and Newhitrgh, N.
V. Funeral services will !>,? held at tha
C,re?t.?voud Cemetery chapel, Brooklyn, N.
Y.. on Monday, st ' o'clock. Nevburftt
papers jileose copy.
WILSON.?On Mar.il 11. 1921, Robert Mc
Allister Wilson at his residence, Sl?l
East 1 It st . Bronx, awed 44 >e?r*. be
lo-.e! hiist'anf! of Mary E. Wilson, father
of Uoli-rt C. Wilson and brother of Albert
O. Wilson srd Mrs Francis It. Snilth.
Fun*ml service* will be held In the
Renaissance Room. Masonic Hall. 23d st.
ami tith S" . Manhattan, on iunday even
ing. March 13 at s o'clock, tinder th"
auspices "f York Lodge, No 1!?7. F. and
A. M. Member* of York l^tdge. |f?7. F.
and A. M.: Major Frank Kick Camp. No.
53 V. B W v.. Police Square, Clun and
Patrolmen's Benevolent A?*o. latlon are r*
?; i cfolly Invited to ottend. Interment at
convenience of t ie family.
IN MEMORIA M.
UlnEI/>W.?In memory ef Charles A.
Blgeiaw. who departed Ihls life March 1J.
1812. His wife.
VAHONEY -In I'A'ir.g memory of our dear
mother, ^t^pv Harror Mahoney, wtio dlei
March 12, 1P1* Memorial masses St.
Ignatius ljoyola'a Church and at tho
Pncred Hearth Chureh. Harrytown. N. Y
M--MANt*S.?In memory of Dr Thomas W
Mc.Matri?. who died Marcn 12. 1914. May
his soul rest In peace.
O'LKART?Mary. In loving memory of
Mary O'Leary, devotod sister of Margaret
anl Penelope O'Leary, Dlod March 11,
l?l*.
U N V EI LIN G S.
ABRAHAM -III leering memory of my wlf?
Hannah, devoted and t-eloved mother of
B'i'lta Mayer Ja-k Abmms and Harry
A' esms. Cnvelllng of monument Sunday,
Msr. lt 1.1, ll'tl. S P. M.. at Mount Cam. -1
t'eme^ery; If rain folio* Ing Punday.
" "' ' '' ' '? '' ?*
Call Columbus 8200
A Complete Funeral Persic*
ta an ataiospbert ?l rrflnefneal
" Tkt ten ?wb me mift "
FRANK E. CAMPBELL
"THE FUNERAL CHURCH" lac
(Noti Seel*, isn 1
Broadway at 66th St.
la Time tf S?s4 V*u'll Nee<l
,/ii
INC
t"nject*ke*a.
Call V 2070 RiTersUl*
107th St. & Amsterdam At.
Hraarbest New York ft Br?oklja

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