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More Americans
in London Than
Since Before War
Pilgrims to Give First Formal
Dinner for Ambassador Har
vey 011 Thursday.
Special Cable to Tub New Youk IIrsai ia
Copt/right, l'Jtl, by Tits Saw Yuiik HcaAi.Ii.
New York Herald Bureau. I
London. May 15. t
There are more American tourists
here now than at any time alee before
the war. Hundreds went to the country
resorts yesterday despite tin- incon
venience of the crippled transport sys
tems.
Ambassador and Mrs. Harvey ar<
visiting and receiving friends inform
ally. They will not entertain officially
until after the Pilgrims dinner at the
Victoria Hotel on Thursday night for
the Ambassador.
Commander V. S. Jackson, the last
member of the Unied States Navy war
staff In England, sailed for New York
aboard llie Aqultania.
Mr. and Airs. Sydney G. Hirschberg
and Miss BeatrfPe Sarnof have arrived
by airplane from Paris. They are plan
ning a tour of England and Scotland,
and will sail for New York at the end
of the month.
Miss Alice F. du Pont, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Felix du Pont of Wil
mington, Del., and Miss Marie Tripp of
New York have arrived front Paris ufter
passing the winter In Nice.
Captain R. D. Doughtery of the Eighth
Tnfantry, accompli i* d by Mrs. Dough
erty, has returned to his post in Cob
lenz.
Americans starting for Paris Include
Air. and Mrs. Jasper K. Crane, Messrs
Edgar W. Leonard, Daniel Armstead
and Stanley Hawks of New York and
Mr and Mrs. Howard Graves of Boston.
Among those arriving from Paris are
Mrs. Frank E. Buxton, Mrs. Gladys
Barber arrtl Mr. Scott Stewart of New
York.
At the Hyde Park Hotel are Mrs.
Preston Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C.
Conrad, Mr. C. W. Merrill, Mrs. M. E.
fxtring, Mr. N. W. Nlven. Mrs. C. G.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. James Frank. Mrs.
Edith Boiling, Mrs. C. L Piatt, Mrs. J.
If. Hymer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nullar,
Mr. Nathan Brown, Capt. C. B. Irving
and W. B Bradford.
At the Grand Hotel Venice are Mr.
Theodore C. Phelps, Mr. and Mrs.
George Middleton, Mrs. Byrne Alger,
Mrs. D. P. Rumsey and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward M. Wahl.
Mrs. William Montgomery is at the
Grand Hotel In Rome.
Americans in Paris.
Special <'ahlr In Tub New York Hrrai.d.
Copyright, ISJI, by Tub Nrw York Hbraid.
New York llrrald Bureau, I
I'arin, May 15. j
Mrs. S. Barton French is expected to
return to her apartment in Paris this
week from the Riviera.
Mrs. Benjamin Thaw started to-day
for Bnrcolona, where she will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Peer
ing.
Mrs. George N. Stone of Cincinnati,
after spending the winter in Egypt and
Nice, now is at the Hotel Majestic, in
VLhy, for several weeks' stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Robinson of
New York have returned to Paris after
a tour of the battlefields. She expects
to spend a month at Aix-les-Bains. after
which she will start for home by way
of Switzerland. Belgium and Holland.
Mr. John Leonard Merrill, president of
the Mexican Central and South Ameri
can Telegraph Company, and Mrs. Mer
rill have arrived at the Hotel Brighton
from J.ondon on their way to Central
Europe.
Otis Summers of Columbus. Ohio, has
arrive 1 in Paris from Berlin, where he
booked German films for American the
a t iv>.
Gustave Kahn has arrived at the Wag
ram Hotel after a month's tour of
Switzerland, Germany and Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot C. Denning of
Brooklyn have arrived from "Berlin,
where they passed a month. They will
tour France. Belgium and Holland be
fore sailing for the Cnlted States aboard
the Olympic on May 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bordeau of
Washington are stopping at the Conti
nental.
Arrivals at tiedney Farm.
Upri-.nl Dtapatrh to The New \<ibk Henai.d.
White Plains, N. V., May 15.?Re
cent arrivals by automobile at Gedney
Farm Hotel Include Mrs. 11. B. May and
Miss H. S. Hyde of Ware, Mass. : Mrr
and Mrs. J. M. Simpson of Washington,
George A. Brown and daughters of Bos
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. damson, Mr.
rnd Mrs. Henry M. Peers, Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Morris', all of New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Edward J. Hancy of Tuxedo,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MacCull of Newark.
Resile N". Heatherton and A. H. Kelehar
of New York are here for a few day*
of golf.
Hotel tiramatan Arrivals.
Spnial Drspotch to The New York Unsaid.
RrONXVILI.k, N. Y., May 15.?Arrivals
at the Hotel Gramatan for the spring
season Include Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hlg
glns and Mr. and Mrs. I* I. Garzan of
Brooklyn, Mrs. William Gary Slade and
Mr. and Mrs. E. Erwln McDonald of
New York. Mrs. D. D. Tracy and Mrs.
M. K. Estabrook of Buffalo. Mrs. L, it.
Vandeuset
Personal Intelligence
New York.
-Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B. Burr have
gone to their summer home In Oyster
Bay, L. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Chailes B. Alexander
will remain at their home, 4 West Fifty
eighth street, for some weeks before go
ing to Tuxedo Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Jr., and Miss Littleton left Hot Springs.
Va.. yesterday for New York.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cowtlin will not
be in Tuxedo Park for the summer, but
instead will go to Bar Harbor, where
they have taken the villa of the Misses
Hewitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. II. Biple.\ will
go to Newport lute next month to he
with her mother. Mrs. Frederick Pear
son, at Anglesea, Ochre Point.
Mrs. Hamilton MeK. Twombly and
Miss Ruth Vanderbilt Twombly, now at
Florham, their country place In Con
vent. N. J., will sail for Europe on July
5. They will be accompanied by Dr.
and Mrs. Allen M. Thomas. Mrs.
Twombly will not open Vlnland, her
villa at Ochre Point, Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Livingston
of 12 East Ninety-sixth street are re
ceiving congratulation's on the birth of
son on Saturday evening. The boy.
who will be named aftef his father. Is
the seventh descendant In direct line
from Robert Livingston of .Livingston
Manor. Mrs. Livingston was Miss Marie
J. Sheedy of Colorado, and is a sister
of Mrs. I. Townsend Burden, Jr.
Plans for the marriage of Miss Betty
Jackson, daughter of Dr. a ml Mrs. John
A. Jackson, to Mr. Howard W. Maxwell,
Jr.. set for June 11 at Inlsfad, the coun
try place of her uncle and aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Nicholas F. Brady, have been
modified. Owing to the recent death in
Albany of Mrs. Anthony N. Brady. Mr.
Brady's rpother, the wedding will be as
^simple as possible, and it will be wit
nessed by relatives and closest friends
only.
Washington.
The Minister of Sweden and Mme.
Wallenberg have as guests Mr. and Mrs.
Knut Wallenberg, who arrived Friday.
The Minister of Norway and Mme.
Bryn have taken a cottage at Skylands,
Va., for the summer.
Mrs. Cromwell Brooks entertained
twenty guests at dinner at the lajek
Tavern Club last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Kafael H. Govin will
close their house this week and go to
their camp in the Catskills for the sum
mer.
Mrs. Adelaide Worth Bagley has re
turned to town after a visit to her son.
W. II. Bagley, at Fort Worth, Tex.
Senator and Mrs. Tasker Oddle have
taken possession of the house at 23120
Nineteenth street. N. W? which they
have leased.
Miss Sarah Sewell Munroe and Mrs.
F. K. Iceland have gone to their cottage
at Provincetown, Mass., for the summer.
Mrs. Hoover, wife of the Secretary of
Commerce,- and her son have started for
California to make a brief visit, return
ing to Washington in June,
The Ambassador of Peru and Mme.
Pezt have issued invitations for the un
veiling of a bust of Dr. Hlpolifo Unanue,
the founder of Peruvian independence, at
the Pan-American Building next Thurs
day evening The ceremony will follow
the dinner which the Ambassador and
Mme. Pezt will give In honor of the Sec
retary of State and Mrs. Hughes and will
be followed by a reception and dance.
Ill the Berkshire**.
Spn iat Despatch io Tub Niw Yoiik Huai.d.
Le.vox. MM!., May 15.?Arrivals to
day at the Red Uon Inn. Stoekbridgo,
include Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Llppin
oott. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Do Gersdorff
Mrs. R. Osgood Mason, Mrs. Lindley
Hoffman Chapln and Miss Cornelia Van
A. Chapin of .New York.
Mrs. Carlos M. De Heredla Is the
guest of Miss Gertrude Parsons at Ston
over in Lenox.
Mrs. Hamilton Fish Henjamin Is stop
ping with Mr. and Mr. David Turner
Dana in I^enox while Inspecting her
villa, Rocklawn, which she has leased
Hgain for this season to Mrs. Enrico
Conlll of Havana.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fayerweather
and Mr. and Mrs Dewltt J. Mellgman of
New York, Mrs. De Courcy L. Hard ami
Miss I,awrence Hard Of Cedarhurst,
L. I., registered to-day at the Curtis
Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher Stowe
of New York are to spend the summer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Robln?on Smith, at the Dugway In
Stockbrldge.
.Musicals for St. Luke's Church.
The Delta Society of St. Luke's
Church l?as arranged a musicals for
Wednesday evening, when Miss Katha
rine KitibJIon, with Henry C. Rowley,
barytone, and Miss Winifred Parker,
contralto, will sing the Habanera from
"Carmen." a trio, "Tuon Solo Mlo," from
Verdi's "Attila" anil other selections. C.
Whitney Coombs at the piano will di
rect the programme. Mr. Oitphant
Down's "Maker of Dreams'' will be
staged by Maurice Kains.
:N>>
jH
LAST SALES OF THE SEASON
At the American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
Wednesday Afternoon of This Week at 2:15
Antique Chinese Porcelains, Carved Jades
and Other Hard Stones, Snuff Bottles,
Mandarin Necklaces, Bronzes and Textiles.
BEING PART II. OF THE COLLECTION OF
K. T. WONG, OF SHANGHAI
TO WHICH HAS BERN ADDED A PRIVATE CORRECTION OP
Japanese and European Ivory Carvings
??SAUIopif niail.d on rrrflpt of Fifty Onto.
A I,SO ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
Thursday and Friday Afternoons of This Week
May 19th and 20th, at 2:15 o'CIock
An Extensive and Exceptionally Interesting
Collection of
OLD HOOK RUGS
FORMED DURING THE PAST FEW YEARS BY
MR. C. E. LAWRENCE
OF BELMONT. MASS.
???Illn.tmt.il t ntnlngii. ni.ilrcl on r.r.lpt of Fifty C.nl?.
Til. S?l? will b. rnmlnrt.il Hi MK. T HO SAN K. KIKItV
nnll 111. a..l.|nnt. ?f III.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
M.rtl.nn N?|. Nnnlli. Cntrnnr. fl E. t.lll ?ltr..l, N.w tnrk.
MOVIE CENSORSHIP LA W WILL
NOT WORK, SAYS G.L. HESS
Chairman of Committee for Film Makers Declares
New Measure Will Impose Tremendous
Hardship on Entire Industry.
A tremendous hardship has been im
posed upon the motion picture industry
by the enactment of the censorship law
; iu tills .State .declared Gabriel I.. Hess,
J chairman of the censorship committee of
'the National Association of the Motion
I'iclure Industry. In a statement given
lout yesterday. The association is com
posed of a membership representing bo
per cent, of the pictures produced and
: distributed in the United States, it is
I said.
Mr. Hess declared that the hardship
was not alone In the heavy burden of
j expense to the industry, but a throttling
| influence that can only hamper and serl- j
otisly Impair the development of the art
j of screen expression. He announced that
the Industry would comply with the law.
but declared the lawmakers have made n
grave mistake which he feels sure they
will realise in due time. He said he felt
sure the new censorship law would not
work Jn this State and felt sure it would
soon pass out like similar laws have
done in other States.
"We are fully in accordance with j
those who believe that motion pictures
should be clean and wholesome, yet true j
to life as it is." he said. "Hut the indus
try shares witli an overwhelming pre
ponderance of public opinion the belief
that the method of insuring such a pro
duction standard Is not by the adoption
of legalized State censorship.
Kansas, State censorship has dismally
tailed. The Industry's suggestion to
Uov. Miller tiiat a commission of five be
appointed by him to thoroughly Investi
gate the subject of censorship was a
practical and logical one and had such
request been granted, we are convinced
that any fair minded investigators
would have recommended against the
enactment of a State censorship law.
"The act Itself was loosely drawn and
without consultation with representatives
of the Industry who best know the In
dustry's workings, with the result that
great confusion and unnecessary ex
pense will be caused, and it is likely
that the expense of censorship In this j
State eventually will he borne by the
public.
"There is only one form of censorship
that is effective and that Is the censor
ship by the public itself, for the public
is always essentially clean minded and
will seek the amusement which Is In
keeping with the high standard of
morals observed by the American
people."
The opinions of'clergymen regarding
current motion picture productions are
to he given by Invitation to motion pic
ture exhibitors at a conference in Hotel
Astor May 24 at 10 o'clock. Utmost
frankness will mark tho discussion, it
was announced yesterday. The meeting
Is sponsored by Malcolm Strauss, who
is producing a feature film version of
"In Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland andthe story of Mary Magdalene.
Dr. Straton Now
Assails 4Liberality
of Many Preachers' |
Believes Some Would Help
Welcome the l>evil if Jle
Come Here.
"Animated question marks" is what j
the Rev. John Koaoh Straton of Calvary j
Haptist Church calls many of tne j
preachers of New York. He let fjy j
against them last night In the course of
another sermon' levelled at the theatre.
"We have mntny preachers to-day
whose fingers are yellowed with ciga
rette stains," lie said, "whose ministerial
activities are largely a matter of cod
dling the spoiled, worldly people in their
churches; who are hail fellow, well met,
with the politicians; whoso* supreme
claim to distinction is the fact that they
can dispose of a sociaT glass without a
grimace, and whose main claim to
heaven will he that they never rebuked
tile sins of the people and that they
have kept their own golf record clear.
If the devil himself came to New York
I verily befieve there are some preachers
could he found to serve on the recep
tion committee. They call that sort of
thing 'liberality' and 'breadth of view."
It ts supine and cowardly connivance
with iniquity.
"The theatre as an institution is cor
rupt and godless. It makes merchandise
of maidenly modesty. Pretty girls are
hired by some theatrical managers willi
the specific understanding that they are
to appear upon the stage just as iiearlv
tiaked as the law allows. There are
shocking and sensuous discussions of
sex in the presence of hundreds of young
j girls. These tilings arc appalling. The
names of preachers have been used to
I liolster up this iniquity."
Dr. Straton announced his willinv
| ness so meet Itiirr Mcintosh in debate
I on any stage.
CANARY BAFFLES LINEMEN.
Gnat of Wlntl nl I.not lllona Hlril
Into Ownrr'i Arm*,
Chicago, May 11.?Dicky, the Caruso
of Waukegan. went out to frolic with
the robins and blackbirds. Hut their re
ception was not a warm one and Dickv
took refuse on a telephone pole. Then
It started ruining and lie could not net
down. Therefore these developments:
Mrs. Alex Help, owner of'Dicky, her
pet canary, located his new perch and
after unsuccessful efforts to coax him
down, railed the manager of the Wauke
gan telephone exchange.
"Dick's on one of .t our old poles," she
said. "It seems to me that you should
help rne get him down."
The manager agreed and a crew of ten
linemen with a big trouble truck was
shot to the scene. Two linemen climbed
the pole and Dicky flew to another.
Two other linemen climbed after him
and he changed perches again. When
the fifth team of linemen climbed to the
fifth perch a gust of wind saved the day
and blew Dicky lo the ground and Into
the waiting arms of Mrs. Heln.
ONLY CHAIR IN LOCKUP.
I'imnik Fbkdkkick. M<1., May 13 The
May term of the t'ircult Court for Cal
vert county, with Judges Briscoe. Cam i
llcr and Heal! on the bench, adjourned
after a week's session. The Grand Jury
during its session of Ave days examined
twenty-one witnesses and returned
twelve Indictments, most of them fyr
minor offences.
The Grand Jury reported finding the
jail in good condition hut recommended
that a stove and a half doxen chairs be
placed In the building, as they found
the stove in had condition and one chair
only In the lockup, and that broken.
i
NOW ON EXHIBITION IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. COR.
Vanderbilt Ave.
Jamr* P. Win * Son. \ rllnnnor*.
? K II UK BIKN INsritKI III
TO SKI.I.
AT PUBLIC A CTION
Tomorrow VTuesday)
And the four following
days at 2:30 P. M.
FOR THE \l COIM OF
JAMES McKELVIE,
of London, Ilankor snd (,
anil Othnr I'lnanrlal IntercM*
THE COLLECTION OF
PERSIAN RUGS
AND
CHINESE CARPETS
Also Rare, Antique
and Modern Rugs
In *11 sIjsss ami ?,?vo.
TUB ABOVE ( OI.I.KI I RIX WAS
AnSEMBI.RO HI
Mr. H. H. Topakayn,
1 hi> Woll-Knnwn C'nnn?l**?iir.
Oiirlns lil? rfifnl anil Mlnnln
tour (hrouah thr Orlonl
Mr. H H Topakayn will poraonally ha
In aunnrtanro durln* the F.xhIMclon
and Salo.
Resort Notes.
While Sulphur Spring*.
Special Dispatch to The Nkw Ymhk Hkikiu
White Sulphur Sprinus. W. Va.. May
1">.?The members of t lie Commonwealth
Club of Cincinnati. who are here for an
outing, were the guests nt a tea yester
day afternoon given at the Meadows by
Mr anil Mrs. Thornton Dowls. Among
those present were William H Anderson.
John E. Blaine. Jr.; Alfred E. Cussatt,
Frederick H. Chattield, Joseph S. CI ray
don. Smith Hlckenlooper, Oscar C. Huff
man, James M. Mutton, Charles J. Ire
dell. James Morrison. Robert Pogue,
Roger K. Rogan. Clifford Shinkle, 0.
Gray Vanderbilt and Buckner A. Wal
llngford.
After having tea at the Meadows the
party motored out I he Dewlsburg road
to Klmburst Farm for a Southern din
tier. They were entertained at Kates
Mountain Club to-day for lunch eon.
Peter M. Sweeney is returning to N'i
York, Miss Anna Sweeney and Jack
Sweeney are remaining for several days.
Among those returning to New York
after the conference of electrical manu
facturers were I.eroy Clark. D. R Rul- |
ten. J. 15. May. William E. Barker. Con
tad Hubert. \V. J. Knapp, *.\, D. Page,
Charles W. Stone, E. W. Sanford. i
Charles H. Wilcox, F. W. Hall, Dr. S S.
Wheeler and G. W. \V. Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards, Jr..
rode Catamount trail this morning and
left for New York this afternoon.
Playing on the eighteen hole golf
course to-day were Mr. and Mrs. Albert
M. Billings. Abber M. Bagby, Mr and
Mrs. ft. II. Jeffrey of Columbus. Ohio;
Ta*onard C. Manna. Jr.. of Cleveland,
and Miss I.oulsa Burrows and Mr. and
Mrs. Monore Palmer of Chicago
Among to-day's arrivals were Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. I.aneaster of Chicago, accom
panied by Mrs. I,. G. Dancaster: Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Bonwltt of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Perkins of
Wheeling and M. J. !,anlnan of Chicago.
Mrs. Frank C. N'eale and Charles M
Knight of Pittsburgh spent the morning
in the saddle, riding Greenbrier Moun
tain 'rail.
Mrs. Christian Bahensen of Passaic
motored to Sweet Springs to-day.
Mrs. James Morrison, llarold \V.
Nichols. V. B Klrkpatrr k and Frederick
H. Chatfleld played a foursome on the
eighteen hole course to-day.
Hoi Spring.
?p?. 11 Drtitnl'h In Tub New Y.ibk Heimid.
Mot Springs. \'a., Ma> 15.?Mrs
Bowen M. Pierson has arrived at the
Honi'.'tlMd front New York. Other ar
I rivals include Mrs. Alfred S. Cost. Mrs.
j Georg' G. McMurtry of New York: Mr.
and Mrs. S. McLean Mav of Leeds, Kng
land : Mis. James IIcall! anil lier son,
Mr. Lionel ljeald, of Yorkshire, Kng
land : Mr. anil Mrs. C. VV Sills, Mrs
| Logan A. Gridley and Mr. Harold H.
Swift of Chicago: Mr. Barbour Ijithrop.
Mr. David Fairchlld of Washington ; Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace B. Phlnney "f Boston
and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Larnper of Lj nn.
Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Melville K. Ingills en
tertained Mrs. John Clinton Gray at
dinner Saturday night In the Homestead
and later at the movies in tin Casino.
Mr. and Mrs. Hentv Seiigman had as
dinner guests Baron and Baroness Ko
senkramz, Miss J<tm llinkle and Mr.
John Godfrey Saxe Mr. and Mrs. Se
iigman motored to-day to White Sulphur
Springs for luncheon at the Greenbrier.
Mr. and Mrs. Kmmons S. Smith of
Washington also motored to that resort.
?\Jr. Robert Batelieller of Washington
entertained a* dinner last night Mr. and
Mis. if. Klerstede Hudson, Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Hatcheller and Mr. Harry H.
Ward, all of whom were entertained at
tea to-day at Hnsloe by Baron anil
Baroness Roscnkrantz.
Mr. and Mrs. George A Bill*. Jr.. and
Miss Grace Ellis of New York motored
to Cheat Mountain, in West Virginia, on
a picnic excursion. Mrs John Clinton
Gray took several friends driving and
later to Valley View for tea Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen J. I.rf>nnard of Celhatn
Manor. N. Y.. motored there w ith twenty
friends, whom they entertained at din
ner. Mrs. Charles M. Hlnkle' went to
the Jackson River with her daughter.
Miss Jean. Hlnkle, for a picnic luncheon.
Mr. ana Mrs Le Rov \\ llossins and
Mr. and Mrs, Russell H Kidstone started
to-dav for Chicago; Mr. and Mrs Dud
lev )|. Mason for Kent, Ohio: Mr. and
Mrs. George Dobyne foi Beverly Farms.
Mass., and Mr. Howard VVhltteniore for
Ht i'lgeport. Conn.*
fEXSis missed PREMIER.
Paris, May 14 Aristide Hrland, Pre
mier of France, strangclv enough, was
not counted in this year census as a
resident of France. He happened to he
In London on Importsnt business the day
the count was taken. This omission,
however, and a great many others, was
corrected before the finnl figures were
given out.
Mary Pickford
Charming as Ever
in New Girl Role
Star l?cliV||fs Spectators in
?Through (|u. [)OWf?
Satchel Drama.
MUs Mary Pickford In "Through the
Hack Doof at the Strand this week
adds another jnotligi 'picture to the
satchel drama. The satchel drama Is
that part of th. theatrical body politic
in which the character* are always pack
ing up mid going a way somewhere until
you feel travel stained from looking at
toe<"arrvl'th?>|Ur 8fm ""'"lnK l,"m
to i at rj their grips.
In this, another of her Cinderella ro- '
amlST a''suit'"6*1 A M,S8 i'l.kfortl
tatiles a suitcase even before she an-,
chilli3 ?h v S,'""'n- f?'" '"'"t,y ,U,1?
child who tepresents ,,er al the
0 has her tiny handbag ,-eadv to go
away with her mother from Belgium
but her wealthy mamma, who has mar- |
fed again. Is forced by her new Ins-!
hand to leave the youngster behind be-'
on Ids honaT' "Ne,J t0 children
on tils honeymoon trip Then \i-....
'ngR "in S'?ws all her belong"
nurV and1,?rUnta"teaU a,fal" w,,e" ">?
nurse and foster moiher who has
brought her up |n He|gi,,m send- her to
her mother in America as the Uermans ,
begin to Invite themselves In 1
?""** Joins the long lines of refugees
li e OUt ?f ""Igimu verv grant, N
?,n \i e ''"w" " lony of trees
and the ousted inhabitants see,,, hav,.
packed u peverythlng within each except
perhaps a fe wplanoa. Kn route m
America Jeanne nicks tin iu ? i
ijiort' biin.?M anil iTdu.'k !
to her collection. In the Pong Island
country home where she bus t?
WheT shehesba,Ck ""?r HH * ae|,vant and '
when she seeks to Identify herself t,
her mother, who believes her dead more ?
I1";;.;;:; ^,dy when f-qnu7r!
step!father her m?the' and 1,er
st? p-r.ithei over an adventuress who
.|Ventually Is sent packing after J-annc.
keeping with the grand motif has
eavesdropped-behind a trunk ' '
1 he only important thing not put
away, in a bag is ./eo?n? ., f|"al kiss
with her spiralling hut still gentlemanly
his"iiMUVs0r' ,"h"d w ven ,hat ,0<?ke,,
< esorlheT >>tfaW >?'Kl>t be
escribed n sa portable romance. Many
I Pet sons will find It very hand on their
Journey through life. As much or the
?' sT 1" " '-ong Island home. It
litt natural, according to stage tra
? tuHi1 Hf considerable
?. Hfre?more so than she t...
usually had to put. up with, for the're
with K,'neru."f ,>"en 11 handsome her,,
with a stalwart chest who slmnlv
withers nny such intrigue.
1 hat is the only drawback to this ulc
I ire-there Is too much of Iso?g l"tand
and not enough of Mary. vhd the
mother to whom she constantly strives
O reveal herself is so cold and
t lhl'lsh Jetnin*. hadn't finally es
,t hlished her relationship It wouldn't
Miss MeJV T " losN But whenever
nature 1 "PP-ars the whole face or
She ev .?V"n ?" ho,l;:
wholfv leean.?MK,r h"r del'*htful and
nttl. Irresistible impersonations of a
tlfte,i.n-year-ohi girl, and her tilt with an
obstinate donkey and her utterly orig
,"J' I""1 hilarious method of scrubbing
of he, Vn.0re "f lho,,e joyou" touches
Of lets that puts the darkness of ?
I movie theatre to rout, she never has
| looked so pretty, and one would rather
see her us a girl tripping over a rug
than Samuel What'a-hls-name or any
child prodigy winning fourteen chess
i games or performing other Intellectual
I marvels. muJ,
j In comedy end |n pathos she stm
I reign* supreme, and this store, com
! cel\',Ml by the star herself and adapted
With some clever -ub-tltles bv Aliss Ma
Hon Fairfax, gives to her all the scod,
?he needs, which Includes, of course ?n
portunitlea for the famous smile '
i'me vr, "?"V:!U" ?'"?hiding wilfred
Kn 1, o 'n"'" Astor ""J Elinor
^'"rounds, and there Is the usual
assent b,age of children and snlmats
wiloh. while they don't stimulate the
"he Jump V' k-P ,h"
Another diverting "Toonerville T-ol
eh comedy from Fonlaine Fox's ca -?<
?Z-,.r:rx: trT "Th" ??*??i?t*
FsteP r< orchestra and bv Miss
neto" ,"y- an" another of Managing
, t Joseph 1'l.lnketf s admir. df
prologues send the momenta send ing
BRIDEGROOM FLEES JAIL.
.I?l!?r anil \ iinnn W ife Mourn fur
MIwMiik' Prl?onrr.
CoLI'MBIA, Ky.. Mat 11' h'ourteen
year-old Nannie Bell Wert in tninuii it
husband and .laller A W. Tarter l.?
minus a i>risoner. as tin- r? ?tilt of th>
tsiape of Albert West, who for .1 num
ber of weeks had been 1 inguishlng in
In II In default of bond on a felon>
?hsnge,
Since bin Incart ' ration West had
courted and won the heart of pretty
Nannie Hell. l,ast Thursday he con
fided to the jailer tha' 'Nannie had said
"yea" and would the i.i.let be so kind
an to obtain for him a tr irriaifO license.
The Jnller did. He escorted Albert and
Nannie to the Baptist parsonage, across
the street from the Jail, a here the Rev.
Leslie Smith married the coiyde. Then
Albert kissed !ii? bride ind laughingly
returned to his cell.
That night gone unidentified person
tunneled through the wall of the jail
and opened West's r*JI door and that
of Arthur ''?'??no of 1-ex.ington, held on
a charge of malicious shooting Now
the Jailer is attempting to tl\ iespon?l
hlli'y for the del wry and traee the
fugitives.
BLAMES BIGAMY ON 'DOUBLE.'
f *1 s>t. Drmre, Htinrtrr, Is I'uylnu
for V titles In I'rison.
Haiti.p?, 0l>la . Ma\ II' t'apt."
Harry W T>ev ore is serving 1 fly# jrcai
term In the State penitentiary %11 be
cause, llarry says, he lias a "double"
broth r who likes the ladies
Devore. alias Oeorge W. Robert#
a'las Oeorge W. Mack, was mvleted
of bigamy when three wlv#s identified
htm In open court. ' The.v got me
wrong." alibied the "t'aptaln ' "I'm
the victim of a double. My hrothei is
the gpjy Who married these ladies."
The evidence showed that either tin
"Captain" or Ids hi nth' r "doubfe" had
departeil after ea< h c#remon< with the
I.ride's Jewelry and all available ra?h
The court decided It w is t ie "Captain."
((7hirke'*
42*44 East 58th St. (Between Madison and Park Aves.
SALE COAf\fE\( US TO-MORROW 17 2..W P. \f.
The Sensation of the Art Season!
The Collection of
Spanish Art and Antiquities
formed bv
SENOR LUIS RUIZ
of Madrid. Spain
Now on Exhibition
Tbo ?alr Will He 1 nndiirtH hv MR. AlTOPSTt'S W. ft.ARK F
Entertain Aged Player*
\rtor*' Fund Trustee* Visit Home
oil Stated Island. ?
The board of trustees of the Actors'
Fund of America paid theii annual vial'
yesterday at the Actors' Fund Home at
West New Brighton. -S. I. Thirty guests
accompanied them and a luncheon anil
entertainment followed their arrival.
F. F Mackay, Kit years old, dean of
the profession, the l.ee kids. {Catherine
and Jane; Alleeji Stanley. Adille Llow
llng. l<eona l.a Mar, Walter Shannon.
James II c'ullan and others entertained
the forly-tive .tged residents of the Imine.
The irtp was made In automobiles
from the offices of the fund. Forty
seventli street and Seventh avenue, Man
hill tan Unnlel Frohman, president, sent
a telegram from I sis Angeles, where he
is staging it monster festival to create
a fund to build a similar home in the
West, regretting his absence and wish
ing all his friends at West New Brigh
ton comfort and happiness.
Plays Opening To-Night.
"The fhw Musketeers." a musical
> ostume play, willlen and composed by
Richard W. T> mple, will be presented at
the Manhattan Opera House to-night
Miss Paula Teniple will sing the prima
donna role Mr. Temple will play
D'Artagnan. Edward Binary will be the
('ordinal. It. M, l.ewln the Duke of Buek
inyham, Joseph Parsons forth ox, J H
Puffy Arai/tix, anil Percy C'arr At ho*.
There will be a chorus of fifty.
Efrem /.Irnba list's musical comedy.
"Honeydew." will be presented by Jo
Weber for a return engagement at the
Casino Theatre to-night. The . ast ie
irains the' same and Includes (Jul Forde.
Sam Ashe. Theresa Maxwell Conover,
Dorothy Follls. Kthellnd Terry. John
Dunsmure, John Park and Marie Hall.
Jean Bedinl'a new revue, "Peek-?
Boo,'' will begin an all summer engage
ment at the Columbia to-night. The nasi
Is headed by Clark and McCullough and
Includes the White Way Trio, Frank
Sablnl, Juj-k Edwards, Emily ICarle.
Ruth Wheeler. Helen Stanley and Paul
ine Anderson.
PARISIAN STAGE REBUKED.
Minister of Justice llemumls More
Ureas He \\ urn.
Paris, May 16.?The after war orgle
of pleusuie In cosmopolitan centres has
developed so much daring license In
Paris that the Minister of Justice hp
tuken the matter In hand ami called a
sharp halt to tho gradual shrinkage In
the amount of dress worn on the stage
and continual increase in looseness of
speech.
Everything approaching obscenity must
be cut out of st.igo representations, he
declares, and dramatic artists and
tnusic hall singers must be clad. Other
wise the artists and the directors re
sponsible for the character of the at
tractions offered to the public Will be
prosecuted.
Hamiult'ii in RoIm in On? Niglit.
Walter Hampden will end hla annual
Shakeapearian season In New York hi
the Broadhurat this week with a Shake
spearlan festival on .Saturday night At
that farewell appearance Mr. Hampden
will pla> five roles In one night, an at
tempt that never has been made on the
American stage for the last fifty years
or more. Moreover, In the scene front
? Romeo and Juliet" he will make his
only New York appearance as Romeo
Mr." llampd. n will appeal as /'rtrvrhio.
Hamlet, fthylock and Uaebeth, In addi
tion to Romeo.
Elsie .lanis In Return Soon.
Charles Dillingham received a canle
vesterdav from Miss Elsie Janla as
suring him that her recent success si
I the \polio Theatre in Paris will no'
Interfere with her return to America
In August. She Is appearing as the star
of'a revue called "Elsie In Paris." act
ing for the first time In the French
language.
"Knler .Madame" to Continue.
Before his departure for London Sat
urday. Brock Pemberton received cable
advices which decided hint upon post
poning the London engagement of "En
ter Madame ' until a later date. Instead
(if closing this week, as announced, the
play will be transferred next Monday
night from the Fulton Theatre to the
Republic, where It w ill continue its run.
Miss Hull to Show New Films.
Mr. Adolph Lewlsohn will give a re
ception in Ills home. 8*1 Fifth avenue,
next Thursday afternoon for Miss Win
ifred Holt. Miss Holt will show some
new pictures and films Illustrative of the
work done In this country and in France
under the patronage of the Presidents
of the American and French Republics
b> the Lighthouse* In the United States
und In France.
Weekly I'lays for Fox Hills Hospital.
Dr. Lane, entertainment officer of the
Fox Hills Hospital, with the aid of a
disabled veteran has started a move
ment to bring Broadway Into the hos
pital theatre. They plan to have Broad
way productions play to 1.000 wounded
and disables soldiers at the Fox Hills
Hospital every week. The Initial per
formance there will bo given to-morrow
afternoon by the "Cinderella Review,
now playing at the Moulin Bouge Cafe.
Noles of I be Theatre*.
??The Passing Show of 1021" begins the
last two weeks of its engagement at the
Winter Garden to night The succeeding ?'
traction will be the 1021 version of I to
I telle of New York."
The engagement of "The Dumb' in
their musical revue. "Biff Blng Bang. a1
the Ambassador Theatt'e, origins.'* an
a QUI**? for four weeks, lias been extended
Indo Mattel* I
Charles Dillingham will devote ttie stage of
the Globe Theatre, white that playhouse *
deck tilts week, to the final dress rehearsals
of BatriFv iternfird'* n*** iturririK wlil<*l?*. 1
"Two Blocks Away." which will be present I
ed at the Apollo Theatre, Atlantic City, next |
Monday night.
\t Poll's Theatre In Washington 'o night
Arthur Hamtnersteln will present a new pl*>
In three acts entitled "Th? Front Heat,
from the pen of Ithla Johnson Toting
At the Apollo Theatre In Atlantic ru> to
night Sam It Harris w til P'-.r1'' I
flint tin*' on any *!?*?? 351*1. ?
romt*d> by ?*'???? and br?d .lar k
son The cast Includes liem Ken wick, Ixiuls
Bennlson Helen Lowell. Garlotta
Kenneth Hill. George Graham and Morgan
Wallace.
Eighty seals have h. en added u d" or
chest is and halcdnv floors of the fonturj ,
Thee11 e to help Iske care of the crowds
Tld" . ate no, king 10 see "The Last Walts,' j
the new Os. ar Straus operetta
To-night at the Majestic Theatre. Brook
|\ n William V Brady will present for the
first time Personality.' * !>'??> *\> ?'",
per Kwlng Brady and rhlllp Bartholotnge \
James Cram end Henry B Dtsey will be
the featured rda- >rs In the cs-t
A pn 11 c of .allots from the sixtv d-sum
?,s anchor d In <h" Hudson River wIII ?
to night's performance of Toto. In ? h ? > ,
l co Oltrlohsteln Is starring at the Bitot)
Theatre, as guests of the Navy dub of Nee
N cirk. J
l-'t ederlck Rtanhope of tlie general pro
during staff of the Messrs Shubert .alien
s.iutdav for Europe In starch or new ps>s |
Mies Florence Reed In The Mlreg. will
he tha attraction this week at the Hhubett
Rivera.
k' nun tllenvllle. who is playing In Phoebe
r (mailt1 Hi' st It' flhubcrt Th.-atie
will addiess a meeting "f residents of Wash
ttigion Height' this week on behalf of a fund
Swing ? alsed f " the election of ? suitable
mortal to grtt'wai dead at Mltchel sipiair
tns'h stt ? t and Btoadwav
I'nrtv teacher* of Public *< hool No 1t
t.rsev' t'liv. w ill foi m * tine party at the
Pe'ninnt Theatre to-nl?ht to ?ce Miss Lulu
Pa"" j
\ d vv avburn, who ha' become a producing
manager, announces "tat hta first prodm
Hot' will be a n.ualca h'av entitled Hying
island The liook U by P ted Jarksorv and
M' wavhurn. the krt-s hy ntfford Grey
i and the most, hv Oeotgc Gershwin.
rtl- Gergelv. Mm gkria- actress, who Is
.nnrO.I C ' '?"? M*'" '' *' 'h# f rm" *
tears
; nigladtt of lift Bit ?!?'*?
CONGRESS GETS TIP
ON UNDERPAID WIVES
Leaflet Hammers Men Who
Want Short Workday.
Washington, Mu> 15.- Fourteen
Point*," looking to the happy solution
of "domestic" trouble*, have been com
piled i"nil brought to the notice of nieni
hei h of I 'ongress b> means of a leaflet
.seni out under the c aption "Ammk lated
of Overworked. Underpaid, Uinhwanhlnr
Housewives," headquarters of wtah li ar?
elated (u he "by the rook stove and the
cradle with the wushtuh neui by."
The belief that Congress should real
ize that during the ptesent crials in the
nation's lilstorv tin "association" > on
sidera tin- eight hour work day and the
forty-four liour work week to be crimes
against civili/.ut on. and that Congress
should realise that approval of the*'
periods is an affront to cver.v woman
who urea a flat iron or stands bv n stove,
is one of the more startling points enu
merated.
Tim first point of <11 Is re. omnienda
tlon of les? and less legislation In fa\oc
of the "overpaid, underworked Indus
trial worker" and more to alleviate the
conditions of underpaid, overworked
housewives. Others an- to the following
effect:
That lite members of the association
at tills tln.e of I'igli rent, high fuel and
high food costs do not gieet a i eduction
In pay of workers with a hug and >
kiss, but that, an increase in hotits of
work for the same pay now received -
a. thing of which It would approve.
That Congress should realize that
man and wife are pat titers and not
master and slave and that every mat -
rlcd man should be compelled to divide
his psv equally with his wife snd each
contribute a like sum toward the upkeep
of the home and support of the familv
and that Congress should reallz. that
the workers who demand an eight hour
work day and prate the loudest about
industrial slavery are the very ones who
cempel housewives to serve as domestic
slaves.
Several of the ether "points" touch on
the delicate subject of the compara
tively "easy" time enjoyed by govern
ment clerks, which makes It improbable
that, either Federal employees or wives
of Federal employees are to any masked
extent, members of the new "assocls
tion."
OBITUARIES.
Howard K. Ciirney, Jr.
Howard F. Gurney, Jr.. sou of H. K
Gurney, president of th<* Gurney Kiev*
tor Company, who was injured Sslurdm
when his motorcycle struck an automo
bile In Honesdale, Pa., died yesterday
in the Honesdale Hospital. He was
born In Jersey City twenty-three years
ago. At the time of the accident, lie
was In charge of the Gurney Elevator
Company plan tin Honeedale. lie was
a- member of the Delta I'hu Oelta frs-j
ternity. and during the war served wiln
tlie navy as an aviator. Funeral sei
vices wiir lie lield Wednesday afternoon
in Christ (.'hutch, I'elhain Manor.
American Dies Abroad.
Spfi< >al Cable to Tjne Nicw VoftK Kkjhi h.
Copyright, 1911. bg Tub Niw Yo?k Huui.s. J
New York Herald Hureau. I
Paris. May lit ( j
Benjamin Strauss of Chicago, who was i
born In Boston sixty-eight years ago.:
dle.l In Netillly last week. For several'
years be had been the Paris represen-j
tatlve of Montgomery, Ward & Co. of
Chicago. He was attached to the Amer- '
lean Bed Cross dining the wiir.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST?Lady * brown euede handbag, 7th
*ubway, Friday, about 5:30 P. M . bctwc?n
Cortlatidt and 34th *t*. reward. Return to
WILLIAMS. 47 Olaremont ?v? city.
, ?
\ REWARD OF $7.7
w iH be pa hi for return of oval shaped plat
Inuni and diamond brooch; lost May 7. vL
<*!f l It \ of H6th at. and We at End av. I li
li H II. WEINBERG, 067 7th *\
LOST Bai pli platinum flUfTN, n d!a
mondN. vicinity of llth at., 6th h\. and
Waver Icy place, Ma\ 13. between 7 and II
P. M Reward return to WILLIAMS. 3! W
IIUl at.
LOST Gold, oblong cigarette cane initials
c. A. M. outside name <' A. Miller Inside
finder tetun to A. K LKWIH, rare of Abra
ham I- Co., 27 William St., and receive
liberal reward.
LOHT?Pair of aliell rimmed glasses. In On !
tral Park, Kaat Side drive, near 72d at
narked ?Levoy." Reward If returns to 136
| Km at 72d at. ^
LOST? Idamond and pean pin, Thursday, oti
drive with the Garden Club of America
Reward If retained to 157 E. 63th st. Phone
Rhltielander 6458. I
1 .<)ST Tue i afret ady> g
watch, initial* H. W R. Reward 'f re
turned ii" W. t<?:h at.# %
$200 REWARD
for return of straight diamond barpln, lo*'
May ll on f*th av oi 3hth st. AYKK *
TAYLOR. INC.. 2 West 43d at.
Hr.trtni Appnrel.
LOST?Flnher ararf, vklnlty Central Pari. |
Weat. bflwMn WWli h lid 11711. r*n?i(
JIAMBEROBH. -100 Manhattan a- Phone
Mornltixable "8M.
UMT?l.ady' a blue cape, left In taxi from
McAlfdn Hotel to Rlverairie Drise and 14r.Hi
at , Saturday afternoon, t-natd EI.I.K>
Phone Ilohok-n.
fate, !>?(?. Ac.
LOST?Wire haired fos terrier, "Itlte l>la??
and ii'i.m marklnga, Wcentls ?lipped,
named Mike: loal gundav no collar ll>
ward If r? turned B. LWIMl. US! Madlaon
ac. Lenox S.HI.
LOST?Pomeranian do*. orange color. young
liberal reward. IIINl'Kbtl. 2M4 I at
Hooka way. ]
REWARD *7" Loal. Irlali terrier. with
collar mail ? ct W.'llnrn H. Wheelortc. Re
torn to 1M E. Will al.
BIRTHS.
l.IVINGSTONt -To Mr a rib Mm. Robert T,
Ll\ lng?ton. w non. born Haturda> #v#?ult>g.
May 11. at 12 Kaat l#lth at . N>w York
? it\ . bwlnf? thw *i?'H nr?i? iff*! grM'
Rrandaon of Robert Mvingaton. th* third
anil !aat !?ord of ?h?* Manor of T?iving?fot>
DIED
Viidatnon. Robin l.ahlff, flfhsicl
Haunt. fT^drrlrk VV l?atig<li?n. !lf>nr!?*rta f*
II ?? le. Iloae Ma
Cnhlll Mary I Maaon. Ka'c R
Cohen. Hltnon vloirla. Wt'Matu I
Cothctt. Thotuae I. Mnriiaon, Frederick
Pern a t eat, Ohat lea H. Wutnn. Koae
tie hi ' < 'at Marine (' R?t|d. Will la 'it .r
Ilottileb. I.ottle Roberta. Oeorge
i; lines Ho? e r d F., . Rneaen. Oacar
tIreetie. 1*1 agtlll T Ryan John
Tleppenhelnrer. l.on!a Sohteaaetlo K I
Ih-.tr. Btnma Croup. Charlea 4
Hoaalon lolui F Tuere. William II
lliihhard. Slb>' A K. hi'ntnn, l>.sinla
Hull. HhtHe T W?*i, Suaan Leigh
Klemann Marie tviu'era, Agnea
la M*tnorlan'
t Aire. Ma" .4 rjnlai l.m la.
ANDERSON Rohm, beloved of Ma or
William H. Antl-iaci, . r Manila. Philip
pine I aland". and New dink. Mas II I 1
?icrsl eervlcaa, Tin" f'mieral fjhnr. I.
llinncl Wgjt and IWItli at.. Monde.s, at ;
P M
IIAl'ER On Friday. Mas It. 1921 a hta
home, MM Waal Ih'uii at . r ederlek Will
lam, beio' ed biotliei of Mi? Rlrnard
Mo'.lanhauer, Mre Frederick tv liaiier
of lirookline. Maaa.. and ileota. .1 Haver
and tine'., of .Intin W. K'enri fu era
aarvlcea Tneadas. a" 11 A St.. a <" ap?l
of lit' lnlerceealon Broadway I.Milt ai
Cm 1 la. Plka l^dge No I and New- Yi k
c edit Men't A??o. latlon raapactfullv in
? lied interment prgpafe, Lutheran feme
1 e 1 ? Boat on. Chicago and California
pap' 1 - nleaae ? ops.
IIRODIK P.o?e, ha I overt w if# of the lata
charlea ami mothai of Aamue! and Mt?
Nat cinldatoti. Ras Newman. E'ltabeth
Kempner. ' a 11 ic Abradant" at d Jannle
Mandelbanm. on May ia '"uneta* terst
Campbeil'a Parlora, Hroadwav a' iirttli
Tueada Mas IT. at 1 ' A M.
' AHit,! d~in Ma II. Mar- F ' anMI i?#a
I.orett), baloved sulfa of the a'c lamia P
1 ahIII. Funeral from her 'ate rr"Menca,
gjtfl B'?i nlth at . Tneadas. Mas- IT: to
y. nernard a church. 14'h at when
? aoirmn maaa of nnitiem will he 1 #I?
tnaleii 11 11 A. At. 111 laimenl Cglvnry,
DIED.
COHEN.?Simon, at his lata residence, 21ft
Weal H1 asf. tt.# beloved husband of Anna and
devoted father of Samuel C.. the late Janet
G Feldsttin. Lawrence B., Harold H ,
Florence H Mild Harriet K Funeral ?<?r
v i? e* at Cong legation B'nal Jeahurtm.
257 Wjrsf aftth at., Tuesday, May 17, II
o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.
CORBETT.?Thorn** .) . only eon of tha 'at*
.latn**a J and fto?? A Cnrbett Funeral
from ivaidrDi- of his Muter, Mra. J. A.
Heffarnan, III Kemaen at , Astoria, L. 1 ,
Tuesday. May 17. ut 11 A M.
DKMAKE.HT?On May 15. Charlea Howell.
Jr., a & * 1.1, eldest ion of Charles Howell
Mini Mabel I Aetna rest (nee Hunt) 8*r
ire* Tuesday. 8 I'. M . h late residence,
33 Clarendon place, Blcomfield, X. J.
Unit* oml* flowera.
OKAIiV <>n Saturday, May 14. 1921, Oath
eiiim c Gears u.ef MoCarthft, beloveH
wife of M. J. Geary, at the real dance of
In i Mimei. M - \v F. Gallagher. 367 Vit -
SMge h\ Itof ivvllle Cenire, L. I Haiulrm
iiim^s TueMia>. in A M . at St. Agnes'*
ch ioh. flo? . vi ie centre. JntermeRT < s*!
GOTTLIEB.?On May 14. 1921, Lottie Gott
lieb. daught r of -ne late Edward and
Mary Got tl i*b Funeral services at
her lafe j Idem e, 5870 White Plains a\ ,
? oilier of 222U * . Bronx, on Tatesday,
May 17, at 8 P M, Member* of Hebron
Chapter , No 58 O K s , are invited to
attend.
GREENE -On Sunday. Ma> 15. at his teai
dencc, 62 East 77th *? . New York, General
Francis Vinton, In hi* 71*f year Funeral
service* ?f Grace Church on Wednesday.
Max J8. hi u Ho interment at Arlington
National Cemetery* Virginia
GFRNKY At Honesdaie, Pa., on May 15.
1921, Howard F. Gumev, Jr., son of
Howard F. and Clara Hear Gornay, age
25 years. Funeral service* at Chrtet
Chiircfj, pelham Manor, N. Y . on Tuesday
May 17, at 2 P. M. Interment private
HEPPENHE1MEH On Fiidav. Ma> 13,
1921, Louie, of Jutland. N J., beloved
husband of Emma Gamming, son of
Amelia H?ppenhelmer and late Louis Hep
pcnlielitier . brother of Arthur Heppen
i.'iiner, Mrs Birdie Morse and Mrs. Lil
lian Martinson Funeral *. rvles* Monday.
Mh> It), at h HO P. M , at the residence of
his >l*(erf Mrs. Hlrdle Morse, 406 Trvlntc
ax . Hiooklyn. Friends Invited. Inter
ment Lutheran Cemetery Tuesday, May
17. at 10 A. M.
HERTZ? Mr*. Emma Her?/, widow of Het
uian Hertz, mothei of Charlea and Ralph
lleitx, suddenly, Saturday evening; at her
residents. 314 East 15dth ?t. Funeral ser
vices Blum Funeral Parlors. 122d at and
Lenox av.. Tuesday, 10 A. M.
HESSION ? Killed In a- tion at Hindenburg
line, September 29, 1918. Private John F.
Heislon. Co A. 107th Infantry, 27th
Division, A. K F . beloved son of Frank
F and Ann K. Doyle llesslon. brother of
Paul F , of 217 West 106rh. Solemn re
qilium mass at R. C. Church of Ascension
107th Ht. near Broadway. Wednesday, May
18. 10 A. M. Interment Cahary. Auto
mobile cortege,
HUBBARD.?On May 12. Sibyl A Fahne
.-tock. widow of Thomas H. Hubbard.
Kimeial services at her late residence, !<|
Weal 58th *t., Monday. May 16, at 11
A M.
HULL?On Friday, May 13. Harris Tucker
Hull, *oii of Aureliua 13. and Saiah Tucker
Hull, In the w)xty-thU<l year of his age.
Funeral services will he held at his lat?
residence. 65 Maple a v., Mori istoxv a. N. J ,
on Tuesday, Ma> 17, at 2 P. M. Train
leaves Hoboken, D. L. I W. R. R . at
12:15 P. M (daylight saving time). It Is
requested that no flowers be sent.
K LEM ANN ?Ma t ie, formerly of 1503 av A,
New lurk city, on May 14. In her 6??th
year, widow of Jacob Klemann, beloved
mother of Com ad KSwmsnn. Funeral from
bet late residence, 194 Locus! av.. Upper
Tuckahoe, on Tuesday, May 17. FuneraL
mass at the Church of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary, Hcarsdale. N. Y.. 10 A M
Interment Hni> Sepulchre Cemetery, New
Rochelle. N. Y
LAI11FF.- Rebecca, wife of the late Simon
Lahiff. at her residence. Key port, N. .T?
Funeral Tuesday, May 17. 10 A. M . front
St. Joseph s Church. Keyport, N. J.
LANG DON Henrietta Crocker, widow, ot
Charles s. Langdon. on Sunday morning.
May 15. Funeral services at her !??? resi
dence. 1081 Prospect place, Brooklyn, on
Tuesday after noon. May 17. at 4 o'clock.
X1ACV ?On Saturday, May 14. 1921, at Rldg*
field. Conn., Kate carter Macv, widow ot
George H. Macy Funeral from rostdsncai
of hsr son. Klngsland Macy. 11 East 80tlj
Mt.. Now York city, on Monday, May
2:30 P. M.
MASON -At Yonkera, N. Y . nn Funduv.
May in, l(421, Kate Roll-nr. widow of the
lata Chat lee Maaon. Funeral servlree
will be held In St. John* Episcopal
Church, Getty's *14 . Yonkeie. on Tue?
day, Uljr 17, at 2 P. M. Interment at
Woodtnwn Cemetery.
MORRIS.?On Saturday, May 14. 1921. Will
1 Um Atiguatua Morris. grandson of the la'o
Samuel II Van Wyck Funeral eervtree
wilt b? held at hia late home. 439 I.afsr
ette iv . Hmoklyn, on Wednesday, Ma<|
1 IS. at 8 P M.
j Morrison.?Fradaiink, on May 15. Ml, ha
hla 8ttth year. Interment private.
yl'I.VN ?On May 15, Hew ymnn 1 ne# Don
nelly), beloved wife of Charles C mothst*
of t'harlea J Anna. Mae. Hoae and Ger
trude, alater of George and Alderman Rer
nard K. Donnelly. Funeral from her late
reaiderice, 327 Went 42d at on Wednes
da.v, Mai I*. at 9:3" A M ; Thenre ?o
Holy Cross Church, where solemn requiem
masa will be offered for the repose of her
soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
RRin?On Sunday. Mav 1.7. 1921. William
John, In his ?8th year, beloved father of
John. Samuel H. and Jean Tudor. Funeral
services at the home of hla son, John
Reld. 1 Dltina" av Rrooklyn, on Tues
ilsv, at 8 P. M Iilrectlons?Subtsav t<*
Atlantic av , Culver elevated to Dltmas av.
ROBERTS.?At Hartford, Conn. May u.
1921, George Roberts, In the 79th year of
his age. I nitial at 2 30 I'. M May Id,
1921.
ROKSRKFiltered into rest. May 14. 1921,
Oacat Resell. dearly beloved hnsoand of
Unbelts Hermann and devoted fathet of
Hilil.garil. Oscar G, Jr.. and Robert.
Services at his late residence. 558 T~>e?
latui at Brooklyn. N. V . Mondays eves
nlng Si " o'elorl. Relatives and frb-ndg
invited to attend. lntei rnent Liutheran
Cemetery, piivafe.
RYAN I "'in Ryan, boat builder, of tVhl'o
hall. N 1 . Saturday morning. 10 e'clock,
7.'l years of aye Funeral ma-s Our I.adv
?.f Avvls Church, Whitehall, N. V. May
18. Monday. ?' 10 A M . Kastern s'anda t
lime. Intern ent si Kingston, N. Y., Mon
dai afteinoon. f. 30 o'clock
SCHIEB8K1JN Effingham I. son of *ho
isle Kd.ta >? lileseelln, suddenly, a* his res
ident.- 211 Weil 7'dh st , SundSv mora*
Ing Funeral servlres will he held at St.
Paul's Protests id Hp Is-ops I <'hurch. Sou'h
3d anri Columbus avs . Mount Vertion,
Tuesday motntug at It o'clock. Take New
V011 and Westchester Electric Raliroail
to Kingsbrldge elation.
TROl'P ?Suddenly, at his residence, A A3
VV,st End 1 Saturday. May 14. 1921,
Charles Alexander Troi.p, helmed husband
.f Man Kiln I,cm l uneial sc-viees at
his late residence Tuesday evening, May
17. si 8 o'clock.
TOBRS.?Suddenly, on Mm 14. William He
Tuna, aged 77 Services Tuesday events g.
Mat 17. at 9 o , lock. AM Macon st .
Brooklyn. ' Ivll wa veteran. Seventy-first
Regiment Volunteers.
WATKRHON ? Devinia. Campbell's Fun-raj
Church. Ilroadrvav. ASth st , Monday. 8
V M
Willi ' Philadelphia. Pa., on May '*?
1921. Susan Leigh, widow of John Hol
iday Wear. Funeral services a' 'he
church of Hi- Tr? i.tf igiiratlon. 5 East
'J'.'th et at It M Monday, May 18 ?W
seim?nt private Battlmor". Md chartee
? on ? c . papers plea? ? copy.
W INTERS On May 13. Asnea Winters fnep
Nugent), be io ? d nif-- of I sines J. 34*1 ne
tei? and -laughter of the lice Alf'ed and |
vise Nugem Funeral f-om her late reel- j
dence. |4?r. Si. Nicholas ac. Tuesday, I
Me 17. a' in 3" A M thence to ??. j
Kllraheih's Church, ?roadgrgy and 187th j
? ? , where a ??pieinn requiem masa ?| i be I
offered fm the repose of hef soul Inter- j
ment t'?' ?n Automobile cortege.
IN MEMORIAM.
t
AI.I.A1RR. In unilnut memory of my
<l?t ll if moth*!, Mar> S Al'afra. who"
awai May 11. imTT A*l*?r In
.1 <??!!?
QUIRT In loving ramembram* of our <!??*.*
?later, {.outer, ?ho p.iaway May ifa
ISI*
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Call "Columbua ?200"
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