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Golf Club Dance at Southampton Mr. anil Mrs. Vincent S. Mttl ford Are Among Those Giving Parties. Southampton, N. Y., Aug. 2C. Bath ing at the beach w-as out of the Ques tion to-day owing to the highest and roughest aea In weeks; therefore, still water at Peconic Bay was more In favor. There wat a large gathering to-night at the Shlnnecoek Hills Golf Club for the weekly dance. In advance of which dinners at the club were given by Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe, Miss Ellin Mackay, Mrs. Charles G. Moller. James C. Par rish, Jr.. and Thomas Beall Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Brown, who had a small dinner for Mrs. Joseph E. Wld ener, took their guests to the dance, as did also Mi. and Mrs. Marshall Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Mulford had a dinner at tho Grapevines, which was followed by bridge. Afterward they took their guests to the golf club dance. Among thorn wore Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Higgtns, Dr. and Mrs. Norman E. Ditman, Mrs. Charles O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Tenbroeck Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dlerks and Antolne Lt Febvre. This afternoon Mr. and Mrs. George Barton French gave a tea at Darena for the Rev. Karl Reilnnd. Mrs. Reiland and Miss Virginia Reiland. who have been their guests at Darena since Mon day Rev. and Mrs. Relland have nmny friends in Southampton. Mr. ; who is rector of St. George s ini . York, is preaching again next Sunday St. Andrew's Dune Church. Ilnnce at East Hampton. Rome of the younger members of the colony went to East Hampton tO-nlSbt where Mrs. Rol.ert A. Gardiner gave a dance at IbM.toM Hall. Mr ?er home, for her young relative. Miss M. Dorothy Gardiner, daughter of Mrs. Jacques Cartier of Paris. Mr. and Mrs. J. EanBdon Schroeder and their young daughter. Miss Eliza beth Schroed-r, came from Red cot tage. Davenport Neck, to-day for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles M Conn felt at Shinnec.ock Hills. Miss Dorine Arbuthnot. who has been passing the summer with Mrs. George T. Maxwell at Southern cottage. Is with Mr. and Mrs. William C. San ger at Sangerfleld House, Sangerfield, N Y., for a few days. She and Miss Jean Sterling! of England, who has been with Miss Florence Ellsworth, are sailing for England from New "iork on the nf-w steamship Scythla on Septem Messrs. James and Alfred N-wbold runnett, who went to Europe a few weeks ago, are returning to the villa belonging to Mrs. A. Harvey Tiers, which they leased for the season. Mrs. Rawson L. Wood Is giving a din ner to-morrow night at the Clarldge for Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Brown and her house party, taking her guests later to the dance at the Meadow Club. Miss Emily Plerson arrived to-day by motor from Newport for another visit with Mr. and Mrs. James C. Barr at the Ducr cottage. A dinner for John P. C.rler will be given on the night of September 3 at the National Golf Club. Mrs. .1. S. TJlraan Coining Home. Mrs. J. Stevens Ulman and her young sons, who have been in France since last autumn, are sailing for New York on tho Aqultania on September 3: They will come here on September 13 to be with her sister, Mrs. S. Oakley Van tier Pool. Mrs. Oliver W. Bird and her son, Dud ley Gaittler Bird, motored from West bury to-day for a brief stay. Miss Mary G. Hopptn and her brother, Frederick Gallatin Hoppln. who have been for a m nth in Sheridan, Wyo., with Mr. and Mrs. Goeiet Gallatin on their ranch, will join their parents. As sistant Attorney-General and Mrs. W. W. Hoppln, here next week. Mrs. Lyttleton Fox is going to New port on Sunday to be with Mrs. Richafd T. Wilson for the horse show. Mrs. Alvln W. Krech Is giving a dinner to-morrow night at Hedgerows. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Burrall Hoff man will go to Lenox enrly next month for a visit with her brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Shattuck. Charles Andrews MeCann, a member of the Paint and Powder Club of Balti more, who has been here for two months, is In the Southampton Hospital with a broken collarbone and a sprained ankle, vhe results of a collision with a motor car. Mr. McCnnn has done much to entertain his friends here this summer with his comic songs and skits on grand opera. He probably will be confined to the hospital for a fortnight or more. MAINE CENSORS BAR TIGHT BATHING SUITS Women in One Piece Attire Ordered Off York Beach. Sjircinl Pnratch to Tiib New Yosk IUccai.p. Portland. Mc., Aug. 2G.?Censors of bathing costumes made their first radical move at the near by shore resorts this week when they ordered several young women in one piece and extremely low cut suits to quit the sands at York Beach, and also warned a dozen or more couples to confine their "spooning" to less conspicuous places. Arrivals nt Peaks Island?Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Rudolph, Mount Vernon, N. Y.: Mrs. Bessie Keenan, Miss Kath arine Hatch, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. T R. Moulton, Milton, Mass.: Miss Helen Walker, Boston : Mr. and Mrs Bernard W. Feeney, New York. Miss Mildred Ballon of New Tork and Glenn Thompson of Chicago were mar ried at Camp Llttlewood, Caso Bay, on Thursday. Arrivals at local hotels to-day were Misses Elizabeth L. Jackmus Lela B. Ross. Man' L. Spencer. New 1 oik: Mrs. A B. Day, Syracuse; Misses Rose r reed man. Ida Drlpps, Dr. John H. Drlpps. A. L. Ide, Gladys Ide. Philadelphia; M's. A. I"). Robinson. Hartford; Mrs. Snrali Twist, Central Falls, R. I. : Mrs. George Fenael, Mary Beulah Molcr, Athens, Ohio. SOCIAL NOTES. A ha! masque wan given by Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Byrd last Saturday evening In their summer home in Dover. N. Y.. their guests going from New York as well as from neighboring colonies. An amusing feature was a mock marriage, with Mr. Byrd simulating the clergyman. Mr. and Mrs. T. Chambers Reld have rented their home at *71 West End ave nue, and after September 1 will live at the New Netherl '.nd Hotel. Mrs. Francis J. Hlgglnson of Kingston, N. Y , is at the Hote' Chatham. Mrs. Marcus Daly Boirmnn of Mon tana, who was Miss Virginia Madkran, l? visiting her motlie", Mrs. Patrick Francis Madlgan, at Buckley Manor Rye. N. Y AID roil FRENCH CHILDREN. The American Committee for Devas tated France appealed last night for an emergency child hygiene fund for ma in the districts where drought has rum- ' crops and caused a shortage of milk The appeal was caused by a cable end letter from Miss Anno Morgan, who said conditions were very bad. PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW YORK. Frederic A. Delano of Washington and Stockbrldgo, Mass., is at the Belmont. Col and Mrs. William Thaw of Pitts burgh are at the Rits-Carlton foir a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick N. Watrfeu will remain at Hot Springs, Va., until the middle of September. Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsend Burden are ^topping at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colo 'rado Springs. Miss Marlon Holllns, who had been at the Ambassador Hotel for a few days, returned to East Islip, L. I., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mcvses Taylor Pyne are stopping at the Saranac Inn, Upper Sara nac Lake, In the Adlrondacks. Lord Allngton and Mr. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr., entertatnad friends at dinner last night In Delmcnlco's. Mrs. Allen Gouverneur Weltman gave a luncheon party In the Japanese gar den of the Rltz-Carlton yesterday. Sir Ralph Spencer Taget, one of the leading British diplomats. Is stopping at the Waldorf-Astoria. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel Bid die have taken a camp at Chateaugay Lake In the Adlrondacks, and with their daughter, Mrs. Biddle Duke, will pass the autumn there. Mrs. Willtam A. Prime and Miss Cor nelia Prime, who have just returned from the West, will be for an indefinite period at the Garden City Hotel, where Mr. and Mrs. William Adams Kl3sam also are stopping. Yesterday marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney. There was no family celebration, as Mrs. Whitney still is abroad with her daughter, Miss Barbara Whitney. Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell and Mrs Oren Root sailed yesterday by the France. Mrs. Mitchell will be Joined abroad by Mr. Mitchell, who will sail on September 3 by the Olympic. They will be abroad until the end of O-'tober. Mrs Root will Join her mother, Mrs. Ricardo do Acosta, and her sisters, Mrs. Andrew Robeson Sargent and Mrs. William Gll man Sewall, In France, and will be abroad four months. WASHINGTON. Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns, who has been spending the summer at Spring Lake, N. J., has gone to White Sulphur Springs. j Tho Secretary of War, Mr. Weeks, ! who has been with Mrs. Weeks at Mount i Prospect, Lancaster, N. H., for the last week, will return to Washington Tues day morning. Judge and Mrs. Clarence N. Goodwin have left Washington for their home In Chicago and will go from there to Cin cinnati to attend the meeting of the Bar Association. Mr. Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, will spend this week end at his cottage, Barton Lodge, Hot Springs, and will be Joined by his daugh ter, Miss Allaa Mellon, who has been visiting at Southampton, L. I. MeCLT'RE JONES. ! Prof. Charles Freeman Williams Mc ! Clure, professor of comparative anatomy j it Princeton University, and Miss Grace ; Latimer Jones of Columbus, Ohio, who | obtained a marriage license In this city a few days ago, were married Thursday in tho Church of the Ascension by the Rev. Dr. Percy Stlckney Grant. A few friends and relatives were present. The bruie has been at the head of a private school In Columbus for some time and | is a daughter of Mr. George D. Jones of that city. Prof. McClure Is a son of Mr. CharlC3 F. McClure of Cambridge, Mass . and was graduated from Princeton In 1S8S. Afterward he attended the College of Physicians and Surgeons In this city and studied at Berlin, Kiel and Wurta burg. He was a member of the Peary Relief Expedition of 1S99. Ills home is at 12 Morven street, Princeton. STAPLETON BI.AKE. Miss Elizabeth Blake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Blake of 542 West 112th street, was married yesterday in the Church of the Ascension in West 107th street by Mgr. Sweeney to Mr. T^'O Stapleton of Oklahoma City, Okla. Tho bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Cassidy, and Mr. Michael i Cassidy was the best man. Mr. Staple ton and his bride will sail to-day for Hnvro and will pass several months abroad. They will be In Switzerland for the winter sports. Upon the return next February they will live in New York. MISS KRUGER'S WEDDING. In*. Itatlons have been Issued for the wedding of Miss Rose Marie Kruger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kruger of Kosebank, S. I., and the granddaugh ter of tho late Frederick Baehmann, brewer, to Mr. Frederick Benedict Parke of Sta.'eton. The wedding will take place September 17 at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Clifton. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. George Russell Branson of 36 East Severty-second street and Watch Hill, R. I., of the engagement of their daughter, 1Use Geraldlne Strong Bran son, to Mr. Leonard Phillips T.evcrich, son of Mr. L. G. Iverioh of 440 East, Nineteenth street, Flatbush. The wed ding Is to take place in St. James's Church, this city, in October. Mr. Ix>v erlch was graduated from Lehigh Uni versity last year. During the war he served In the nlr force of the army. Mrs. Horace Graham Myers of 1"0 West Seventy-fourth street has an nounced the engagement of her daugh ter, Miss Clara Louise Myers, to Mr. Jamea O'Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. O'Nell of New York and West chester. During the war he served with the navy. The wedding Is to tnke plnee late In the autumn. A month ago Mr. Myrs served as best man at the mar riage of Miss E. Louise Moore to Mr. Theodore G. Converse at Greenwieh, Conn. THIBETAN RELIGIOUS RELICS ON VIEW HERE Rare Collection in Museum of Natural History. What Is said to be tho finest of col lections of Thibetan religious objects ever gathered has been placed on tem porary exhibition In tho American Museum of Natural History. The collec tion includes a shrine of Buddha, sacred banners, th" holy book of the Buddha, a Thibetan carpet, prayer mat, temple guardians, altar vessels and Images, i The exhibit represents part of a col lection gather(4l by Alexander Scott, a British artist, who for twenty-six years made his home In Darjeellng, India, on ,the highway to Thibet. .Mr. Heott linked himself for years with the life of the. j Buddhist priests and from one of them ! learned much of tho traditions of groat I religious leaders. j The shrlue on exhibition at tho ! museum has as a central figure Padma ? Hambhava, the great "guru," or saint, jwho H00 yo-irs ngo entered Thibet and I became tho first teocheg of Buddhism I there. ^ MRS. O. H. P. BELMONT'S BALL AT NEWPORT GA YEST SINCE WAR Three Hundred at Dance for Misses Muriel Vandertoilt and Helen Moran?Tennis Games Draw Large Throng. ? Special Despatch to Tim New Yoaic Hsbald. Newport, R. L, Aug. 26.?Thin has been Newport's gayest night since the war, with Airs. Oliver H. P. Belmont's ball in the golf club for her grand daughter, Miss Muriel Vanderbllt, and Miss Helen M. Moran, daughter of Mr. ; and Airs. Charles Aloran of New York. ; In size, spirit and appointments the ball I for two of the most popular members of i tho young set was a close approach to ' the Newport of ten years ago, when | large parties were the rule rather than | the exception. In speaking of her party for her ? granddaughter and Miss Vandertollt's most Intimate friend Mrs. Belmont ob ] served: "It is for all those In Newport | who are fond of dancing," and she was I prepared for tho outburst of society that j followed. There were more than 829 guests. The beautiful interior of the golf club was given a new atmosphere by Lelkens, who transformed the ballroom with Its walls of mirrors Into an indoor forest of oak trees. The chief illomination was from scores of Japanese lanterns suspended from the celling. All New port's colony was there, from fathers and mothers to the young set and the officers of the army and navy stationed Here. Dance I.'ntil Late Hoar. They danced until 2 o'clock. Then i Mrs. Belmont called a halt on the fes- [ tivltles. There was a large table for j the buffet supper, and it was decorated with the flower scheme of the evening. | Floral torches were placed on the table, the flowers being of red and white. Hydrangeas and dahlias formed the principal blooms In the bower where Airs. Belmont and the two young women received. Two orchestras played for continual dancing, Conrad's Casino orchestra and the band from the Naval Training Station alternating. Among the guests were the Misses Carlotta Havemeyer, Marguerite Caper ton, Marjorie Oelrichs, Sylvia Hillhouse, Nancy King, Sarah Moreland and Annie Burr Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rhinelander 2d, Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Easton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Fltz Hugh Whltehouse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Moran, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Leidy, Mmes. Mar jorie Oelrichs, Leonard M. Thomas, Joseph W. Frassr, Robert Grosvenor, George D. Widener, Paulding Fosdlck and William Grosvenor, and there were many from the navy set. For the first time in tho history of Bailey's Beach mattress races were held this afternoon. They were arranged by Mr. James Brett Stokes and the prizes j were awarded by Airs. George L. Rives. It was .a unique event. Men and women were paired and the mattresses were re quired to paddle from a starting line out and around a canoe anchored for the occasion. Miss Elizabeth Woodward and Mr. Gordcn Douglas, Jr., were tho winners. The second place went to Miss Fanny Wickes and Mr. Howard Cushlng. while a very close third team was Miss Car lotta Havemeyer and Air. Francis Roche. The races will be repeated and a long distance swim la next In order. Tennis to-day attracted a larger gath ering than at any day this summer. The boxes were well filled and the cos tumes were as brilliant as on any day this season. Touch of Autumn In Air. Because of a spright chill in the air there were many furs and wraps worn j this afternoon. Mrs. Howard Cushlng : appeared In a gown of deep brown, j Flounces of fur were worn about the ' lower garment, as well as about the neck. Mrs. FItzhugh Whltehouse wore a heavy cloak and Airs. Roderick Well man wore furs. Mrs. Brady Harrlman j wore a suit and cloak all in white and ' carried fur on her arm. Miss Evelyn Loew had a most af i tractive costumo of gray. The ojte ' piece gown was In clinging effect, and her large gray fur stole went arounu her shoulders to the knees. Mrs. Alarion Eppley was In a real summer gown and made others feel that after all summer was not passed. . It was of ecru and lace. Airs. Alarjorie Oelrichs was enter ; taining Mrs. Leonard Thomas, who is i here from Southampton. Mrs. Oel 1 riehs was in a tight fitting gown of | fawn and wore a cloak with fur. Mrs. I Thomas also caught the fur spirit, but i wore pure white of a heavy material. 1 Her cloak was also of white. There were many entertainments to night and following the dinners many j young people went to the ball at the I Country Club. ATrs. Edson Bradley was one of those entertaining at Elm Court, and her din ner was chiefly for the Polish Ailnlster, j Prince Lubomirskl, and tho Princess Lubomirskl. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan, Mr. and ' Mrs. Robert Gould Shaw. 2d: Admiral ! Guy Grant, attache of tho British em bassy: Mr. and Mrs. Donald AlacRae, Commander John Fremont. U. H. N., and Airs. Fremont nnd Col. Julian Little. Others giving dinners were Air. et>d ! Mrs. Ogden H. Hammond. Mrs. Aloe i Brndv Harrlman, Mrs. John Aspegren. ; who had among her guests, the Portu guese Minister, Vicomte B'Alle, and tho Swedish Minister, Mr. Wallender. PET SHOW AT LENOX. nallies Are Included In DitihUfs for Benefit of School. | Special Despatch to Tub New Youk 1'nAi.ti Luvox, ATaw.. Aug. 26.?A pit show , for the benefit of Ascension Farm School ? at Southlee was held this afternoon in i the meadow on the edge of the woods ' at Stonover, the T<enox estate of Miss | Mary and Mlas Gertrude Parsons. It i wee the most Important outdoor event of the Tionox season and attracted some <00 persons from the Berkshire colonic*. There was also a baby show, for which the Judges were Mmes. Edwards ' Spencer. Charles Astor Brlsted. Francis C Barlow. Anson Phelps Htokes, S. I pirknvan fOiaw and Henry Shaines. A 1 prize of lf> was given the predtiest baby under 2. and the same to owners of the oldest and best pets. 1 Judges of other events follow: Horses i and ponies. Mr. Charles Astor Brlsted ; dojra, Mr. Frcdfrlclt H. Dclafi^ld and Mr. ! TTnrrv *, cut*. Mr*. Daniel ! Paine Grlewold; raged birds. Mrs. I Carlos AI. do Heredla and Dr. Lillian A Stanley; gents, calves, pigs, rabbits. ! Mr. George W. Ferguson, j Presiding at the tea tables were ATrs. ; William Pollock. Mrs. Oscar Taslgi. Mr. | a. Parkman Hhaw and Atlee Mnrlnn I Davios. At the lemonade table were 1 Miss Barbara B. Rneneer, Miss Mildred Titus, Miss Josephine McClellsn. >fisn AT. Symohoroaa Brlsted and Alias Goo gin nna W. Sargent. Mrs. Cbarles Astor Brlsted had a luncheon party at Lakeside to-day In honor of Princess Glombattlsta Rospig llosl and daughter, Miss Nellie Roaplg tlosl, of Rome. Among tho guests were Mmes. Preston Pope Pntterwhlte, John k Alexander, D. Tercy Morgan, John ?. Parsons. William Pollock. J. Merman Van Roljen, Henry Holliater Pease and Giraud Foster. Mr. and Mm. Edwin T. Rice enter, talced a company of 100 Stockbrilge friends at a mualcale in their villa to night. The artists were Edouard DethLer violinist, and Gaston Dethler, pianist* Lord and Lady Atholstan, the Hon Alice Graham and Mr. C. R. Christie of Montreal, who have been at the Aepln wall Hotel, left to-day for Lake George. , Dinners were given to-night by Mlaa Heloise Meyer at Merrywood in Lenox and by Mr. Wlilard F. fimlth at Ledge lands in Lee. NEW LONDONERS PLAY BRIDGE. ( Thursday Club Guesto of Gilbert Lamb at Lebanon. Special Despatch to Tub New Yobk Hbkat.w ' | New London, Conn.. Aug. 26.?Mem- ! bers of the Thursday Afternoon Bridge 1 Club motored to Lebanon, where they I were the guests of Gilbert Lamb of New I York, who is spending the summer at' his new home there. Lleut.-Commander and Mrs. George Wolfe and son have arrived at tho Mohican Hotel. The Catholic Women's Club held a frankfurter and corn roast party at Oaprey Beach yesterday, i It Is estimated that about 200 will attend the picnic and outing of New London Lodge of Elks at Wilson's Grove, Montvllle, on Sunday. Miss Alice O'Brien, secretary to the New York City Public Utilities Commission. Is visiting her sister, Miss Florence O'Brien, at Ocean Beach. Arrivals at the Mohican Hotel from New York Include Mrs. E. A. Freur, Miss Frear, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Miller. M. J. Siddone and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kerr. From other cities: Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Buck, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace, Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. R- H. Pond, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. R. 9. Waddell, West Chester. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mitchell. Cleveland. Ohio; Mr. and Mls? Chamberlain, WM laston, Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Squiers. Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Phelps, East Chester, Pa. A bam dance was given at the Hotel Grlswold this evening, and many of the cottagers flocked to the ballroom in their ginghams and Jeans. The ballroom was decorated with hay and corn sheaves and lighted with pumpkin heads and Jack o' lanterns. Or*o of the features of the evening was the barn dance-dinner in the grill given by Mm. Myra D. Patterson of New York to twenty-two guests. Among those present wore Mr. nnd Mrs. Franklin Taylor, Alfred H. Ramage. Miss Glenna Collett, H. R Bond. C. R. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. St. John Wood. Dr. F. N. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. R. Percv Thompson, A. W. Bowm?n, Mrs. William H. Falion. Mrs. J. B. Burrall, Mrs. T. C. Klncald, Frank Sedgwick, Mrs. H. T. Fschwege, Mr. and Mrs. Earle E. Carley. Mrs. Myoa D. Patterson, Benjamin IT Coley, Mjs. Milton Work and Mrs. Mar garet Weber. FASHION SHOW AT SPRING LAKE I Girls of Snmmer Colony Act as Models for Charity. .Special Despatch to The New Yobk Hkrai p. Spring Lake, N. J.. Aug. 26.?A brll [ Kant fashion show, in which several I young girls of the summer colony played j the parts of models, opened the two day fete which Is being held for the benefit [ of th? local hospital. The fashion show | opened this afternoon at the Essex and ; Sussex Hotel and was repeated to-night. | M'rs. Chester Maxwell was In charge of the show and assisting her were Mrs. F/sederick A. Potts, Mrs. M. Hallock, -Mrs. Grace Riva, Mrs. Matthew Borden and Mrs. Thomas O'Sulllvan. Among Jthe models were Mrs. Frank Harper. | Mrs. Daniel O'Sulllvan, Mrs. Gates Evans, Miss Beatrix Haines, Miss Mar garet Lynch and Miss Louise Hallock. To-night at the Bathing and Tennis Club society folk witnessed a series of boxing bouts. Jack Dcmpsey appeared in the ring. The bouts were a part of the hospital affair. Edgar A. Knapp was in charge and his committee In cluded a score or more of the most prominent men on the coast. Mrs. C. D. Loveland of Pittsburgh Is at the Essex and Sussex. Others there are Mrs. Vincent and Miss Beatrice Vin cent of New York, the Misses Marion and Kathelcen Whaley of Fort Totten and Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Geyer of New York. Among the recent arrivals at th. Monmouth are Mr. and Mrs. John H. Knauser of New York, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Cooke, Barclay Cooke and Robert Cooke of Paterson. SWIMMING AT PROFILE. I.jttn W. Marsh Wins the White Mountain* Championship. Special Despatch to The New Yosk Hbjiau>. I Profile, If. H., Aug. 26.?Lynn P. j Marsh of St. Augustine, Fia.. who N j spending the cummer with Oen. and Mrs, W. N. P. Dc.rrow In their cottage, won the highest score at the swimming | contest at the Crawford House n few | days ago, making 18 out of 20 points, nnd now holds the White Mountains championship for swimming. Mrs William Cross and Miss Ellr.i-i beth Childo of Montclalr will reach I'ro I file to-morrow, where they will sp-md a fortnight with Miss Nina Rhoades in her | cottage. Arrivals to-day at the Profile House include Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murray and Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Blair of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. McKeon of Boston;, Mrs. Robert G. Mattern of Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ?evens of Boston. Charles b. Storm and Richard S ttturrs ?f J': C "? Bannt'rd. Jr.! and S S MirH, ?f Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Lumia. Miss Ruth Lumle audi Mr. and Mrs George McLean of West .? tester, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. J A. Emery j of Montclalr and Mr. and Mrs W. M. Brockway of Portland. J. ?. and J T. Oeroule of Prirwelon. ?n b,kl"* ,our through to. mountains, stopped to-day to see friends! and have luncheon at the Profile House. ! TO ESCORT CARNIVAL QUEEN. Rrxforri Crewe to Take Tart In Ashury Park Fete, Special Despatch to The New Yosk Hwulp. j AmuRT Park. N. J.. Aug. 31?Rex ford r?wc. who with his mother. Mrs. Will iam B. Kennedy of New York. Is passing i . "eason at the New Monterey, has been chosen for the role of e.cort to ,T ,."n,a ,n ihn carnival events w,,h llama's coronation j n xt Monday evening. The now Htanla Is Mies Huiel Virginia. Williams, .laugh- 1 ?m. Mr- ftn*1 Mr* ^ alter Leonard 1 WJIIIama of N-W York. Mr. Crewe is a -olumbla student who saw service in ?,n *! rai,taln of Knglneers. . fr. and Mrs. R. o. Ooerko of Newark, summer residents In Loch Arbour, were hosts at n dinner at the Ross Fenton Farm In honor of the twenty-first birth day of their second son, Howard (Buster) Gosrke. Willard Mack Has Breakdown and Is Sent to Canada Actor and Playwright Taken to His Family in Calgary, Alberta. It was learned yesterday that Willard I Mack, playwright and actor, has gone to the home of his parents in Calgary, AJberta, Canada, as the result of a ner | tous breakdown which he sulTt rod at the home of Eddie Poy in New Rochelle. r Mack was writing a play to be used by ? the Foys this fall. Early Oils week It f was decided to send him to Calgary, and I l*"oy put him aboard the train with a i doctor, a nurse and 52,500 in advance royalties. The comedian also paid ali ' | expenses of the trip for Mack. Friends j think It is doubtful If Mack Is seen again I on Broadway for a long time. Mack, whose real name Is Charles W. f McLaughlin, and who Is 44, has had one of the most picturesque careers Ir. I the theatre world. Bom In Canada, h" 1 attended Georgetown University, and then, after spending some time on his brother's ranch In British Columbia, he tried his fortunes In Alaska, remaining ; a year. Then followed an advonturous I sea tramp voyage to Japan and conslii- j erable wandering about the Orient. He first came to notice as an actor In i the West. While leading man In stock ! at Salt Lake City he married Maude Leone. They had appeared together in . plays ho wrote. They were divorced for Incompatibility. In 1912 Mack married Miss Mnrjoric Rambeau, who also had become his lead ing woman. Five years later she ob tained a divorce In this city. Three months later ho married Miss raulim Frederick, now a well known screen actress. They were divorced in August, 1920. Almost every leading woman with whom Mack has been associated of lat- 1 has had her name romantically entwined with his. For many of them he wrote plays. It was "Kick In," In which Mis. Rambeau appeared, that brought th<ri Into prominence here. He also wrot "So Much for So Much" for her, and played In It himself. He also played with Miss Lenoro Ulrlc In his "Tiger 1 Rose." Recently he did a crook play in vaude ville with Misifi Barbara Castleton. This was followed a year ago by "Near Santa 1 Barbara," originally written for Miss Frederick, it which Mack appeared. It failed, and he set to work and wrote In two weeks "Smooth as Silk." In which j j lie starred last winter. After two at-, : tempts at the Lexington and Frazee.' I theatres this was withdrawn. His last. ? r.ppearanco was In Eugene O'NclU'a j i "Gold," at the Frazee Theatre. On October 23 last Mack filed a peti tion In bankruptcy, placing his llabll I ltlcs at $47,041, with r.n assets. It was reported last May that Miss Frederick, i after meeting him here on a shopping i tour, was to be remarried to Mack, butl recent desspatches from Los Angeles said! ' the act rose had decided not to attempt j married life with him again after loam- ' lng ha had been In Bellevue Hospital. TEAMER FRANCE SAILS WITH 200 FIRST CLASS George Lauder Carnegie Goes to Sec Again. The steamship France of the French ne sallod yesterday for Havre with early two hundred first class. passen ers. Among them was George Lauder arnegle. who was carried on board or. j stretcher. He was accompanied b> < Is wife. In the last year Mr. Carnegie, rhoae physicians have advised him tr, ass as much time us possible on tho ea. has travelled 18,000 miles on steam hips. Maurice Tilller, director cf the French ne, who has been In this country for everal weeks, returned to France. Ho as been In Chicago. He was acconi anied by Thomas A. IVolfe, also of the 'rench line. Other passengers were Morgan Far ell, one of the Lafayette Escadri!>?! uring the war, who said he was goirg ?> France to escape the rigors of pro Ibltion; F. C. Dossert, representing the otash interests In Alsace-Lorraine; Irs. Whitney Warren, Mrs. Oren Root, frs. C. E. Mitchell, wife of the pres ent of the National City Bank; Pierre ?roy, secretary of the Fr ench News- ' ttpermen's Syndicate; Paul Patterson, resident of the Baltimore Sun Oorpor- ; tion; C. T. Crocker and Judge and Irs. R. E. Cave. OPERA AT NARRAGAN5ETT. Jules Jordan of Providence Presents Own Compositions. ?rial Dnpatch to Tnn New Yoek Hbrh.D- J VArtKAOAXSETT PIER, U. I., Aug. 26. i isic was the lure to attract a large lemblage to the Casino to-night for evening of opera In the ballroom, lere three miniature operas by Dr. j Irs Jordan of Providence were pre- j ited by Hhodo Island singers, under ! direction of the composer. Among j i subscribers were Miss Caroline izard, Mrs. Rowland G. Hazard, acedale; I'rof. and Mr-. Irving Fisher. Talc, Louis C. Page of Boston and' ?s. Frederick R. Hazard of Syracuse, nrlng followed the concert. Mrs. W. M. Thorton and her sister, ss M. L. Beall of Baltimore, and Mrs. ?phen E. llopklns of iTovldonco were stosses at tea parties on the termer the Towers tea room. Mr. Hc-nry B. Ftlmson of New York 1 Mr. F. Ellis Jackson of Providence s week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' leph C. Ryerton of Chicago at the j ies. TEA PARTY AT WHITE SULPHUR times. W. K. I.ee and J. E. M'nsh liiKton Kostrsws nt C'nnlno. Special Pripatch to TitM New Vonre HrraMi. Whitk Srtrnt'n Hwiin'ok. W. Vr., Aug Mrs. William FTtaluigh Leo of Rleh id and her cousin. Mrs. Joseph E . ?h!ngtor. of Asheville. wore hostesses' .rrday at the Casino at a tea. Amenjr guests were Miss Mary E. Maxwi!/, . William Haywood. Mrs. Franc!-' K h of Washington. Justice and Mrs lund Waddlll of Richmond, Mr. and , Oliver Harrlman, William Rhthe ler Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Yea, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Tuft. Fielding Taylor and I'r. Walter Tny of New York : Mrs. Andrew M. IN id. . Louts McTdtne Tiffany. Mrs. Wi!; James and Mrs. Alexander Brown I taltimore. Iss Mary Meivcr Punlop and Miss A. i g.aret Punlop of New York are the its of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Mc TLANTIC CITY ARRIVALS, III Dropatrh to Tun Naw Yosk Hunan . "T.ANTJC (':TT, N. J., Aug. 26.?Among later arrivals from Now York at the more are Miss Ellen V. Kelly, Mr. Mrs. II. M. N"\vlln. Mr. and Mm ?*,. Hod* n, Mrs. Roll M >rrls, Donald iln. Miss l.ailra D?cntn, Mr. ar. 1 Mrs. . Moore, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. G. Sinclair. John Walnut ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ghton, C. A. Chandler and C. E. mey. om New York at tho Dennis are Mr. ' Mrs. W. S. Cettl. Mrs. J. J. COogan, Coogan and J. F. Mor?. elburne?William G. Morrisrey, Jr., les C. Castle, Mr. George K. W.at rlbtttough-Blenhetni?Mrs. Bleivett Mr. James C. Kwhn, Miss Lillian Charlie Chaplin on Way Here to Join Doug and Mary Hint That Three Movie Star* Ma}' Descend on Europe All at Once. The local motion picture situation, already surcharged through the visit here of Mary Plckford and her elusive husband, Douglas Fairbanks, was fur ther complicated yesterday through the announcement of the advent of Charlie Chaplin to-morrow. He will arrive in the morning on the Tw< ntieth Century Limited?and yet, despite this fact, the Evening T<>lr<jram will bo the only afternoon paper published. Chaplin will be taken in state to the Rltz-Carlton. which, with Mary and Doug already perched high up on its eleventh story, may be said to be suf fering from a rush of talent to the head. The unexpected sortie of Chaplin from Los Angeles revived talk of a trip by the trio abroad, and Miss Pick ford did indeed state that she and Douglas thought considerable of de scending on Europe at one fell swoop after their next pictures were com pleted. Just which countries on the Continent would have a chance to keep Douglas within bounds was not de termined, but no country, it can be stated authoritatively, will be slighted. Douglas, who la here with the missus to attend the first showing to-morrow night of his latest picture, "The Three Musketeers," looked Just as tanned und boyish as ever, desplt" him mustache, grown especially for "The Musketeers" picture. There was Just a tinge of se dateness in his bearing, however, for he seemed to feel the responsibility of his new mustache very keenly. It Is of the wire drawn, hair trigger variety and nestles on his upper lip very coyly. Mary settled yesterday the momentous rate of the mustache by declaring that Douglas could go on wearing the thing as long as he kept it waxed. So Doug ' ^ keeping1 ^ waxed until it appears to have been treated with shellac, though in his next picture, a filming of Owen M ister's cowboy story, "The Virginian," it will be very rough and dogy. Douglas told of other arduous accom pllahments undertaken for the Dumas ?<C..Urw~,how they hrtd fllled "'Die rooms t?i\???n8.un F'ance' havinj? a passion to get all the "properties" correct, and how they had their swordg made to or der. Having delivered himself 0f these and other Important comments on cur rent civilization, Doug went up to the and ,r? . 8tyl? vasn't cramped, and did1 stunts frr the camera men that ?Vin uaVL T*00 D'ArtaOnan himself skip a heart beat. Mary, who ts phenomenally girlish and Pretty as always, said it always upset her whenever Douglas begun climbing enthusiastically. As proof that this was no pretence she pointed to her shakinr hand, and clearly her hand quivered very sincerely. Then, having braced himself for the ordeal with thnSe exercises, Doug! is went shopping in women's stores. Yes his dashing, virile young American eel tually Went gown hunting. But It was to help Mary v.eleet a suitable dress for the auspicious opening at the Lyric The atre to-morrow. 1 "TmfVTl11 newly completed picture. Little Lord Fauntleroy." her next Is on the lap of the gods. Mary Is all for I oful. '"T'ntly from the movies and cultivating her soul and her French but what with contracts and Douglas's still : Irrepressible desire to jump over ary | thing, it seems quite a while before this i couple w ill shroud themselves in the stately dignity and dust of being on the ??n61 r. MRS. BJANCA W. BISHOP. ACTRESS, WEDS AGAIN Becomei Bride of W. R. Ren esch of Bridgeport. J Speetal Ties pat' h t? Tub New Yoik IImai p. BniDOEPORT. Conn., Aug. 26?Mrs irianca Wca: Bishop, wheae divorce las: , June from Mr. William D. Bishop caused j much comment here as well as In the theatrical world of New York, has been married to Mr. William Raymond Ben | esch, a yarn manufacturer of this city rami for some time his bride's neighbor The brldegioom has lived here five years, I having come to Bridgeport from Cincin nati. The wedding, which has jest been revealed, took place on August is. j Mrs. Renesch is the adopted daughter of Capt. Peh r F. West, a man of con 1 'lderable wealth, who Introduced her t | the professional stage as Blanca West by purchasing Augustus Thomas's play | "Colorado" from the late Charles Froh I man anil casting his foster daughter for the leading part. She subsequently ap | pearod in Pa id in Full." She was mar ried to Mr. Bishop, gmrdson of a one I time president of the New York. New 1 Haven and Hartford Railroad, In 1911. MISS IIA H It ISC ALE AS COWBOY. I Ar.r.RNTowN*, iVi , Aug. 26.?Miss Bes sie Barriscale appeared this evening nt the Lyric Theatre in a comedy by IIow ranl Hickman entitled "Ti e Skirt." end I under tin management of Richard <; 1 Uerndon, manager of Now York's Rei j mont Theatre. "The Skirt" Is a comedy of cowboy life. Miss Barriscalo has the role of It j young college girl who seeks to win a j wager by successfully impersonating a J cowboy on a ranch belonging to the brother of her best girl friend. Supporting Miss Barrlscale are Missr* Betty Aldep, Catherine Mulqueen find Merle Stanton, raid Harvey, Howard Hickman and Ilarry Holllngsworth. NOTES OF THE STAGE. William A. firmly will produce to-night at I the Playhouse "Personality," t play bv Philip llarfholontao and Jasper fitting firstly, with Louis Hennlson and Henry fi. Dlxey Miss Kllzabcth fllsdon, fingll.jh actress, of 'The Night Cap," has taken out firs' Amnt ksin citizenship pnp. rs. Fifty members of the Hastings. N*. Y., post (- f tile American Legion will nfi I ?... i(' < ji?rfertii:int ? of ' . . s by tho late Carlos Wuptvrmsn, who enlisted in the army from Hastings. Eddie Cantor begins his second season ss a star under the direction of the ghtiberf* In Detroit to-morrow nigh* In "Midnight Rounder* of 1021." Later h. will he s?rn on Broadway In a revue. I The east of "Just Married" will have a farewell party after to night's performance at the Rhubert Tin atre. as they ?|]| leav | that house and on Monday move to the Nora I Hayes. Tim east for "Bluebeard's Eighth Wife " French farce in which fna Claire ta starred by William Harris. Jr., Inriud. nt the mo ment of going to press Claude King, fiarry fiaxter. I.mtnore Harris. Ann M< redlth fir nest btalland, Juh-e Epallly and Philip Torn The Ptlwyns have engaged Malcolm Fa sett for tho lending male role In The S||. V.?r Peacock." with Mnie. nigs Petrova. Miss Alice rv'vsla, st, r of "Afgar," and her company, Poinding Lttpfno t.nnn. En?t'l->h comedian, left yesterday by special train'for Atlantic City, where the spe. laele opens Monday. Miss Hermlne Rhone. for several year* a vaudeville heattllner, wilt he seep |n a ien ? Ing ro.e in A. It. Woo ls'* production "lick Pay," opening nt the Fltingc nc*t wo .p. Dolores, 7,l?gfeh' h-sufy. -ailed on the Olympic for Paru. where aho will remain a month to buy the latest Parisian oiva'ton for Mr. ZleirfelcTs forthcoming productions. William I.e fiaron. nulhor of "Th? ficn i#t Man," at H?nry Mlll-r'a Theatre. .ritettalnei st last elglit's performance John Charles Thomas, who wSIl h? starred In "The l ove Letter. Chart a I >111** gharri's new oper-dta tor which Mr. La Uarnn is supplying th.' iiooli and lyrics. "il!1 rr"'lv'"1 'be first eight weeks' tickets for "f>? Together" at the Hippodrome yesterday and estimated that It was the largest batch of pasteboard* ?Wr heard about In any language. MUSICIANS IN DISCORD TAKE IT TO COURT Some Members of Union Want Officers Restrained. An aftermath of the trouble in June a year ago In the Quarters of the Musi- I clans Mutual Protective t'nion, which t resulted in the arrest of eight musicians | who expressed by force their opinions j of the way their officers of the union were conducting its affairs, came up, yesterday in the Supreme Court when ] Ange'.o Matera ,tnd seven other directors of the union applied to Justice McAvoy for an injunction. They seek to ret.train Isaac Rosenberg, treasurer, and other j members of the union from depriving the plaintiffs of their rights and prtvl- , j leges In the union. Justice McAvoy 1 . reserved decision, j The defendant element in the union ; Is already under a temporary injunction | restraining them from conducting an | impeachment trial against the plaintiffs : and from preventing the pnrlntiffs using | tho building of the organisation at 210 East Eighty-sixth street. The union was ; formerly affiliated with the American 1 Federation of Musicians, an A. F. of L. , ! body, but its charter i\as revoked In , July. BALL ON NORTH SHORE. Diinee Given for Benefit of Cren fell Labrador Mission. ! Special Despatch to Tut: N?v V?m; Hf.iaj D. Beverly, Mass., Aug. 20.?All of t.ie : North Shore colonies wer-- rcpr * ">d ) to-nlgbt at tho costume ball given at Hawthorne Inn for the benefit of the l'r. j Grenfcli Labrador Mission. Among tho ; patronesses were Mrs. Payne V. liitn< y. ' Mrs. George von L. Meyer, Mrs. Paul 1 Moore, Mrs. H. P. McKean, Jr., Mrs. 1'. I M. Rhlnelander, Mrs. Henry E. Wise Wood, Mrs. J. Murray Kay, Mrs. Jam . 11. Proctor, Mrs. Otorge E. Tener and Mrs. O. L. Cabot. Misses Katherine Pollard, Faith Stanmood and Rosamond , | Bradley were active In making the af- j j fair a success. A feature of the evening was the at- | I tendance of the Navy officers from the j fleet now making Its rendezvous at Glou cester. | OBITUARIES. FRANK K. PARKER. Special Despatch to Ths New York Heralp. I j New London, Conn., Aug. 26.?Frank j | E. Parker, 71, former proprietor of the : Crocker House here, died this afternoon at the Home Memorial Hospital following I an operation. Mr. Parker had been in the hotel business his entire life. He J : was proprietor of the Crocker Hous. fcr I ! almost a quarter of a century. He also was manager of tho Waurcgan House in Norwich for several years. He Is sur vived by his wife. MRS, RACHEL M. JOHNSTON. Mrs. Rachel M. Johnston, mother of! Robert E. Johnston, well known man- , ager for musical artist3, died yesterday j at her cottage In Ocean Grove, N. J.. ] from pneumonia following a fall a week j 1 ago, when she fractured a hip. She was | 89 years old. Bom In Newburgh, N. Y., j j the daughter of Cyrus Jessup, she lived i | most of her life In Brooklyn. After the i death of her husband several years ago ! | she went to live with a daughter, Mrs. | ? Do Boise Bresnan of East Orange. An i other daughter, Mrs. Emma Van Voorhls, j \ also lives In East Orange. Two sons, ! Thomas W. and William W. Johnston, died u few years ago. WILLIAM T?. LOCK WOOD. Funeral services were held last nislit for William D. Lockwood, retired flour t merchant and one of tho oldest mem- j I hers of the New York Produce Exchange. : Mr. Lockwood was 89 years old. He died on Wednesday at 357 Ocean ave j nuc. Brook! "n. the home of his ilattgh i ter, Mrs. Herbert S. Wilson. He is sur vived by his wife, a daughter and thro i sons. Interment will bo in Cypress Hills ' Cemetery. SERVICES for MRS. BERRY. Funeral services wore held Thursday j night for Mrs. Maud Evelyn Brovver Berry, wife of Dr. ChnrP* W. Berry of I R72 Forty-seventh street, Brooklyn, who was Adjutant-General of the State of New York under Gov. Smith. Mrs. Berry | was long an Invalid. She died Tuesday In St. Peter's Hospital. P.rooklyn. and in addition to her husband is survived ' by throe sons, two daughters and her i mother. HENRY MAY. Hcnrv May. 71", years old. who had ! been a member of the old abattoir firm ,f May. Levy & May, In Grcenpolnt, died ? eiteiday at his homo. 230 West Sev enty-ninth stre.t, Manhattan. He was an uncle of County Judge Mitchell Ma ?f Brooklyn. He Is survived by his wife, a sen and three daughters. LOST AND FOUND. AUTOMOBILE STOLEN. Ford Sedan. 192". No. 4135920 Goodrtrl over ?1- ?<! tires on rear, new ulamnn't or. front - V J. license, No. 29028. stolen Au T> t 2.1 opposite Paramount Thea're. South Orange, N. J. Communicate " 1th '? B HOPWOOP. 71 Fulton #t., New tork Phono ISeekman 8987. I ri?T? Stock eertlf'i ?'? startling In th" name of Sarah M. f'to.vinlnaer for 10 share* of s2kTth. ibriver Fire Insurance Com , pany of New York Reward for return of ?airie to said Uncover l ire Insurance Co '4 pine it Nov York '!?>'. or to JOSEPH HEPWORTH. at Now York Mills, N. LOST-Parknge containing drerses rhce". sweater, checkbooks and account book on Saturday met" Adirondack train on 8nnd?> morning I lepb- .? booth . C< "trn Mntlon In btu'* whlt?j taxi, imera. ; c vHnl. Phon* U?rtirT,C'_r?,y 3 ? . fosT?Lad7> black leather purae containing valuable Jewelry, left Thursday nlgbf on 7 11 local train from Grand Central to Sort,: White Plains; liberal retard: no nnevtim a*ked. 1'bon' It'-.*". 1!-, nr llruno 11. 14.' l.ricT- Bankbook No. *12.111 <>f '!??? ? ' Savings Bank In the city <>f NewTor payment stopped. I lease r? tu n bonk t ,> bank. LOST?Vlclnlty Broadway unci lain ?t.. t> ; ketbook containing mmvy. m"'. urgently needed. Rev-nrd. Wndswotdh LOST?Bank book 613.211, Central Savlni Bank; payment stopped. 1 tease return honk to bank. ...... t (>ST-IvVhit' Itolf M a"!" t between nifn Cov and Jnwwctl rcwuri. EVANS. Pat* av . Jewelry. 1X>PT?f>la montl Bur pin. ?*tween Fa'ton Hotel, Vest fist ,1 and fern Pro'. Fln.br phase leave Itobert I ulto-j Hotel. Llberalreward; ? , ,,aT vsrrtrc wven diamonds. 1 t"'nrl. lost between'18'b-ttSt at., between Ith hexing toners liberal reward. P.H.F.Y, W'lOfi I PYMS, 2 W 47th. t LOirr?Diamond" sappillre bnr, pin at I bam ]tenth Ton Tl"it*day night liberal F w'a'rd l.^S, It mo*,, Z* Broadway. . r f.uT th tl-man's peart seer? . In with .1 r lm^d; ?5J rtward. HOFFMAN. 12? f.th aV. ? t/)HT .-"nlttsire ring. !:>??? N I.. eeiitimenta! value l > owner, .ngrawd M V H . June 23. ?(*?.'' Sri.T.IVAN. P.' t - " T'HW A'RP-Platinut.1 and' tlUi.f >??' Ibl? wrist waieh: Pennsylvania rntt'oi, ,,, ,.,h, ponwlt ToPer's. _J,olvn.bu. 1211 $<n hr.wAR!1 r turn of platinum, diamond and Jad" earring, lost August 4. befw?m 42d and HOth t,' a It t.EK A CO.. INC . 1-. William St. tV.sring \pporsl. ?10O REWARD I mr return of sable acarf lost August 15 In tth av whcpolng district. A. It. l.t-.K ?? CO , INC.. 11 Wllllnm at. Cats. Doga. tl. LOST?A small red Belgian female dor. Col Iar marked Mrs. P. Wannamakar. liberal reward fW question* ask.d <'..mmunlea?e wlh Mrs R. Wannamakar. Phone 440. Great Nock, N. Y. iA'st. Prown Pwcon bulldog: reward. ^OULrrnd Tartar. Murray Rill r:3?. MARRIED. WHITNEY?Crnr>EBACK.?At the Church of the Transfiguration, New York city, on August 23. Etta L. Cuddeback to Thomas B. Whitney, both of MilfonJ, Pa. WILSON?POST -Oil Thursday, August 25, ?t Bernards-, lllc, N. J., by the Kuv. flu land Cotton-Smith, Ilar-iettu Applatou. daughter of George It. Pout, to R. Thorn to.i Wilson. DIED. Bnbe- k, John I.upton, Frederick Bergen, Emily S. Mao Donald. Harry P. lingeri, John Manned. Mary '.iittl'f:, Jl,let, I.. Manston, Frederick Dlbblee, Laura F. Msrtln, Fred O. Ijn:.reu. Henry Way, Henry Hsydiy I (in , JJ. Milts, Julia 0. ti rntrider.. Jure M. Morford, Miss M. A. ' ''let Cooper Morrow, Mary E. Hopklmi, Harriett A. Bamuals. Pauline 11. Johnston, H;- -,(.i M. ?r ?l? Burton A Johnston William F. Wallace, Willistu Kuntz, Wlluain Fred, Weill. Millie i1"J' M ?.npd F' Wheeler, Tclman D. Levy, Mollis In Mmiorlam. Soulier, Jer.nls A. BABCOCIC.?John. Campbell Funeral Church, U way, tidth st. Saturday (1 P. IS. BERGEN.-On August 24, 1321, Emily Behuy *r Bergen, widow of the iatt Jacob da Jlnrt Bergen. Funeral from her late real tlenco, 1,14 Sixth at.. Brooklyn, Saturday afiernoon. August 27. 2 o'clock. BOGERT.?C-n August 20, John, husbvid of Jane Bogert, at his residence, Closter. N. J. Funeral services at ii o'clock Sunday. August 28, at his late home. Cars will meet train leaving Jersey City via north ern branch at 1 :30. CM TING.?Helen Lorraine, beloved daugh ter of J. Walter and I.orralne Cutting, cutlers! Th" Funeral Church, Bw-ay, tlfitu St.. Saturday, Augo?t 2'., nr 11 A, M. DIBBLEE.?Died, York Harbor, Me., August *?> 7. "It '-aura Field Dlbblee, widow of Henry Dlbblee Services from St. Chrys o'T'tus Church, Chicago, at 2 P. il. Saturday. IfA AREN.-Hcnry P., suddenly, on August 2*., i-'.'l Services private. Boston papers Please copy. HAYI'OOC.?On August 20, Grace E., be loved wife of Robert S. Ha>dock. Fu iimiC ecrvli i Harlem Cbapel Stephen M'-rrnt Bui ,.cl and Cremation Co.. 234.'; sli. av.. tivar 123th St., Sunday evening, s o clock. HERNANDEZ.?Jose Manuel. Campbell Fu -I Church. B'way, 00th 3t., until Tues day. rr ?Genera! Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York, exec utive oincea, 20 West 44th at. Brothers. ? ? il .wtul announcement Is made of the deal i of Brother Peter Cooper Hewitt on August 2.'., for eighteen years a faithful | member of the so. Icty. , James Hopkins. President, f-.award 1^. Hoffman, Secretary. HOPKINS.?On Aug. 25. after a lingering tll Harriett A., widow of Charles Hop Kins. in her eighty-seventh year. Funeral service at 2014 Broadway, Saturday, Aug 27. at 10 30 A. M. JOHNSTON ?Rachel M., widow of George k. Jo.inaton. beloved mother of R. E Johnston, Emma Van Voorhls, Effle Brcs nan, died after a short Illness at Ocean ("""/*? F J ? l!1 her 89111 year. Will be burl.-d from the retldence of her grand son, Robert K. Johnston. HS0 Hancock ?t., Brooklyn, nunday. August 28, at H:M I ? M. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery. JOHNSTON.?On Friday. August 26, at Ding mans berry. Pn., William Freeman Johns ton of 4,8 AArat 1,8th et.. New York city . t'ViPts at Dlngmans Ferry, Pa.. Sunday Int. rment private. 1 KUN'l'Z.?William Frederick, age 87 years, husband of Katharine Frlsbee, on Augupr. I ' aI '.'|M ,e*ldeni-'e. 8787 118th St.. .ichtnond Hill. I.. .'. Requiem mass at iT' P'^dict-Jonph s Chuich, 118th St.. Morris 1 ark, Monday, August 29, 10 A M Interment private. r Members of the catholic Club an requested to attend the funeral of Edward F. Lacey from S:. I at rick s Cathedral. August 27, at 10 AT M , By order of William Walsh. Pres. William F. barrel]. Sec. LEVY.?Mollis, dearly beloved wife of Ben . devoted mother of Leo and Irene, and J'''1'' of. <Trie Rauschkolb and lease and Benjamin Strauss, suddenly on Wnl nesday, August 24, at her residence. 500 n,T'. S ,"v- F"m'ral services at Bethel Rode. U-bolom. 03(1 st. and Lexington av Sunday. Auv.ist 28. at 11 o'clock, A. M. M'* Neboh Cemetery, Cypress Hills. Members of Centennial laodge. F and A. M. and Columbia Club Invited. LUPTON.?Frederick, August 28. 87 years old. Funeral from his late residence. Main st., Marav an, N. J., at 3 o'clock Bund a'.. August 2S. MaM>ON> I D.?He try Peaks. August 23. at New lamdon. Conn.. In his 42,1 year. Set ? Vires at Ills late residence. 13 Highland ay., Montclalr, N. J., on Saturday, Auyu.it ! 27 at 12 noun. Interment private, j MANN ELI..?On August 20. .Mary. Chxpel Stephen Merrftt Burial and Cremation Co., 181 8th nv., corner 18th st. MA NSTFN.?On August 2"', Frederick, sen 2. years. Chapel Stephen Merrltt Burial and t'rernntlon Co., 161 8th av., corner 18th st. MARTIN.?Private Fred O., of the Machine Gun Company, 165 th New York Regiment, killed In aetlen In Prnnee, October 14. 191'., t . loved son of ti e late Frederick C. act r, Martin hrot' - of Oertrud. B. Talbot. Funeral services Sunday, August 2*. at 3 o'clock P. M., at the Church of tlx Holy Communion. 20th st. and 6th at , New York. MAY ?Au.cust 26, 1021. Henry May. beloved husba id of Sophie, ard devoted father o( Bee Sti rn. Ella Lane. Bertha Mlnton ard Mitchell II. May. Services at Salem Fields Ce, ctery, August 28, at 11 A. M. Kltidlv omit flowers. MILLS.?On Thursday, August 26. 1021. at her rcsld* .ore, 32 T.lneoln av., New ark, N. J . Julia Fob-man Mills widow of the la's C'la-!c W. Mills, (n her eighty-seventh year. Funeral private. MORFORD.?On August 2?1. 1921. Mian Martha A. Morford. In her 92d year. Funeral sir I n Monday, August 29. at 2 P. M-, at residence of !x-r niece, Mrs. James C. Ifendcrirl.son, Mlddletown, N. J. Inter ment Fatrrlew Cemetery. MORROW.?Suddenly, on Thursday. Auau.it, 23, l!r2l, Mary K.. widow of the late Will lain Morrow, s. r\ lee* nt v*. j. Matthews* funeral parlor, 2 3 Lenox av., Sunday sf. ternoon, 2 o'clock. Funeral private. SAMFMT.F?Suddenly, nt Newhurgtl. N. T , on Friday morning, Auguat 28, 1921, Paul ln> Meyersohn. widow of Wolf Samuels, nnd beloved mother of Sigmund. Max arid Merlin Samuels. Funeral services will i,e h Id at the Temple Beth Jacob on Sundsy afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment nt Ib 'h Jacob Cemetery. STUtAIT ? Lhoitenant-Cornmander Burton A. Strait, t'. S. N., !iu-band of Dorothy Dyer Strait, died at his he roe, 2310 S. 21st st . Philadelphia. T'a., Thursday. Aug. 23. , 1921. Inte in-i ? Arlington National Cem etery. Arlington, Va., Saturday afternoon, ! Aug'. 27. 1921 Annapolis, Md.. Winter Park. Flo . Fan Francisco. Cal., and Pueblo, Cel.. papers please copy. i WALL ACE. ?William, August 2.*. 1921, S' ?? ? f the late Alexander H. and ChrlaMnrw Wallace. Services at his late residence, . Fait ix-th ?t.. Saturday. August 27, at 8:30 P.M. Funeral private. ! WEILL.?Dn August 2.3 a* I'arls, Millie, be ln-e.| wife of Sylvaln Weill and daugh'ee of tve la'e I. D. and Henrietta Walter. | San Francisco papers please copy. WHEELER.?First T.leut. Tolman Douglas. 27 years old. Died In France. September 0, 1918. Son of Harry 11. nnd Elizabeth Anne Moore Wheeler. Funeral services < S i'urdny, August 27, 1921. st Rural Cetr.e I t> ry. pnugtlkeepsle, N Y. Sped si ear Daves Grand Central Sta''on 15.23 r. M ? land ard time, returning on train having'. I'nughkeepsle 4:11 T". M., standard tlms ] 1 IN MEMORIAM. eot'LIER.?In memory of my beloved mother,! Jenrlu A. Soulier, who departed this lifel August 27. 1920 thas. E. Canib-e and family. J SOFLIER.?In rail end loving memory of my dearly bi-love I wiie, Jennie A. Soulier, tklxji departed this life August 27. 1920 H. P. Soulier. Call Columbus 8200 A Complete Puneml sendee ia?n ntmoaphere of refinement " 7Ac tfti cutis vo move." FRANK E. CAMPBELL "THE FUNERAL CHURCH" lac. (Non-Sec lartao I Brov.dwnir at 08th St. NOTICES OF Births Dnaths l-njraifemonts Memorials Marrippres Confirmations Annulments Lodjfia may bp telephoned for publica tion in THE NEW YORK HER ALD any time up to midnight for the next day's issue. Call Chelsea 4000 up to 10 P. M. Alter that hour, Worth 10,000.