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Crown Prince of
Denmark to Wed
Grecian Princess
Princess Olga. the Bride Elect,
Onee Keported Engaged to
.Mr. William 15. Leeds, Jr.
Copenhagkn, March o ?Associated
Press).?Kins Christian and Queen
Alexandria of Denmark to-day an
nounced the betrothal of Crown Prince
Alexaadrina of Denmark to-day an
eldest daughter of Prince Nicholas of
?i'e<ce. The announcement says the
couple became engaged at Cannes.
Christian Frederick was horn March
It. 1899, and Princess Olga in May.
3 903. In 1917 it was reported in Coix n
hagen, when King Christian was visit
Ing King (Justave of Sweden, that the
object of the visit was the discussion ot
the possible marriage of the Danish
Crown Prince and Princess Margaret ha,
eldest daughter of Prince Charles of
Sweden, brother of the King. Some
months later, when King Christian
again visited Gustave, a report gained
circulation that the engagement of
Christian Frederick with Princess
Marthe, second daughter of Prince
Charles, who was then 17 years old,
would be announced .soon afterward.
Tn 1920 there was a rumor that Prin
re.i.s Olga might become the bride of
Mr. William B. Leeds. Jr.. son of the ;
American "tin t>late king, whose
moth" r is Princess Anastasia. wife of
J'rince Christopher of Ureece. Voung
J.'-eds married PrlAcess Xenia of Rus- i
a niece of King Constantine of ;
f.i-i'ece, last October.
Crown Prince Christian Frederick
H- us among the passengers of the dirig
I i!e noma in March of last year when |
t!". airship made x lonu flight In Paly
1'i ior to being turned o\or lo the Am%r
I in Army offic< rs for dismantling anil
shipment to the l.'nlted States.
ARRIVALS AT ATLANTIC CITY.
IIiikIi M". I.itl letuu Amu lift "ir
Sujou riirr*.
,v,,. , ,ii /> s|rti/r/i 'I*un Ni:? Voi:k '
?Ti.ANTtc City, X. .1.. March ?">.?
M'ii 'ii winds of almost salelike propor
i '.? > x swept the Boardwalk to-day and
imtd promenade) s keep a lively paci .
-> ijoutners from New York who
j>;iN-vd yesterday and to-day here were
! u ieiw.'s. At the Ambassador were
> ?>. Hugh W. Littleton and Miss Helen
Littleton. the Rev. John .1. Wynee. Mr.
AV.dter B. Pollock. Mr. W. I.. Chapman/
>Jand Mrs. Arthur Coppell, Miss Cop
j. -11. Mis -. Helen Clayton and Messrs.
? <1 " ard Scrocker and Waiter T. Chap
j. 11.
Traymore?Mis. A. W. Spencer. Mrs.
Frederick Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur P.
of Brooklyn, Mr. Ray I). Lillibrldge,
Mr. Walter C. Jordan. Miss Vera M
S one. Miss Xlna Jones. Mr. and Mrs.
j:.ib rt. Oliphant. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. |
Jlopkins. Mr W. P.. Dinsmore. Jr., and.
Mrs. (Jeorse I. Hodson.
Rltz-Carlton?Mr. and Mrs. E. Hay
?ward Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor, Mrs.
r'.. Lawrence White. Mr. Caron Powers. |
Mr. M. Charles Thorley. Mr. Arthur j
Jlrooke and Air. John F. Lantry. Brook
3s n: Mrs. Seneca G. Lewis, Miss Ann ^
Jloyer, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Sterry and .
Miss Sterry.
Marlborough Blenheim?Dr. and Mrs. i
nvalter Timms, Mr. De Forest Grant. Mr. ,
"William Van R. O'Brien. Mr. and Mrs. I
DM ward Lyons. Miss Edna Lyons. Mr. :
3>1 ward R. Dewey and Mr. William D. !
^uekner. Brooklyn, and Miss Elsie Will
iams and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Vlb
tor. ...
Dennis?Mr. Edward E. Pollock. N rs.
Jtufus B. Cow nine:. Miss Antoinette
Cr.wnlng. Mr. Billing Cownlng. Mrs. }
fJeorgc H. Hearn and Mr. James Nash
"Webb. Flushing.
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall?Mr. ami Mrs. ,
"Willis Barnes. Miss Margaret S. Bath
K >tr and Miss Ruth Wilson of Brooklyn, j
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Richardson. Mr. |
*nd Mrs. George C. Fawcett. Miss Phyl
lis M. Fawcett and Mr. G. H. R. Faw- j
cett.
SOCI til SOTE*.
Miss Ruth B. Moran and Thomas |
Mora.il of East Hampton. L. I., have gone
1o Pasadena. Cal.. where they are stop-j
liing at the Hotel Maryland.
Mr uul Mrs. Theodore F. Hicks of |
C.ulion House and their daughter. Mrs. j
Jaek l>ec. have gone on a two months'
nip to Panama, South America and the
A Vest. Indies. ^ i
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Heck of New;
A*oik are among the recent arrivals at [
the Hotel Huntington. Pasadena, Cal. I
Mr. M. P. Gatling. rice-president of1
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
>KW YORK.
\i??? Charles Cary Rumsey lias re
turned ffom her farm at the l'laina. \a.
Mr l.ouU T. Hasfc'ln KOIV\ l?
,*ouui America to remain until April i.
.Mr. and Mrs. Vin.ent Asto. wiU r?
turn to New York from Rhinebeck
N. Y.. to-da.v.
Mr and Mrs E. TunnicliflE Fox have
L.W T1?cU. s. V.. .. !?. ?
Madison ovenur.
, Watson Webl. will return to j
Sw York to-morrow fro,., a We,Urn ;
trip.
\i?M?ir? Oliver (i. Jemiin;-s. Henry K.
Taylor Ce. il l>. l^ndale w!.l return ,
from Pinehurst. N C.. on Marc i -
The Misses Florence and Evelyn l-oewI
i ,rV heVuests of their grandfatoe, -
Mr rcorgf Baker. at JeUM Irtan-fp
Oa!. will return this week to New Yorn j
\iCharles Steele, who lus
pacing a fortnight at Aiken S C wl
leave there to-day foi Climax, .n *
for a week's shooting.
Mr Cortlanclt Field Bishop, wl". #- ,
T'Kasl Slxts-?eveMh ,
week.
Miss irts ^y;;nyraxi ;
Tr, ,hWU^rrBa%Vh.l Cu?fnK ^ i,
"'Europe on the Arabic nest V.***> j ,
0av and will join in Italy her mfhe..
Lady Sybil Scott.
Mr,. Jonn Sanford of j
^poond street. b?*\i Ifter-iJ
niusi*' and recitations ,.au,
noon at Iter ??
played and soine of l.er I ve ;
I positions and Mr. i aui i>e. t ,
French recitations.
\\ ASHINfiTO.V.
...I Third Assistant Secr<'Jr>
' . x T'o'jert Woods Blp have i
State and Mis. KoUert ,t J bri. i ?,
returned to Washington a net ?
vlait In New York. ! ,,
Mr>\ Truman Newberry ' ' o;,
ZX*XUot the nS^ ofi(
which site is the national preside
M ? - Gibson Fahnestoel- h'J_ 1
brother. Mr. Snowden Atu^ws J I
turned from New ^ o<k. whore tn..
been for several da>--.
and is spending the wintei i. -
P g?est in Washington for a ic v
Ilay*of Mr. David Edward ?nley.
-|.hf, nov military attain of the
Fr. nch Km bass y^ '^^/^resldence \ <
Connecticut avenue anf will 8'-v? |
up their apartment ^tl,e c,,,rt '
morning.
Mrs Fall, wife of ih.- (ecretary of
One Interior, has returned .rom 1 or.
Conway. Va.. where she h* been
in? ll(.r son-in-law and <*ughter. -
and Mrs. Brand Elliott.
The Minister offti ^Hands ^nd j
Mm?. Evnrwyn, who latfed ,n ; |
vnri- last week, are expeflcd in wasn
i ork las iw at Wardman I
KrHotlfunm the net Netherlands
legation is ready Tor occuiancy.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell Sweeney
cave a luncheon yesterd* for 'he Am ,
h-stn.'or of Chile and Mme. Mathleo
and Mr .and Mrs. Harry Roosevelt, who
are visiting Mr. art Mrs. EldridgO
Jordan.
,,,? ?nce H. Sylvester will leave
Washington the fir, of the week to
make a series of ?nd will not
rejoin the Secretary ,f the Treasury.
Mr \ W. Mellon, an. Miss Ailsa . ie.
Ion until after the alter s return a-.
Easter time.
The Ambassador ol Peru and Mine.
Ppgpt are In to New York to remain
until next Saturday, vhen they will sa.l
for Peru to make a bne visit. During
the absence of the vmbar-ador hen..,
Pr Don Alfredo Ooroales Prada, Secre
tary of the Embasiy, will be Charge
d'AITalres.
At Wn?ihlii<ton llolel*.
New York arrival* at Washington In- j
The Shoreham.?Henry P.- ^ Hson.
John Quinn. J. P. f???her, W. E. Conner
and W. A. Jaekstn.
The Wardman Park.?Mr and Mr^. ,
W. W. Miller.
BEAUTIFUL OLD SILVER
"The Most Important Gathering of Beautiful Ex
amples of Old English, Scotch and Irish Silver ever
offered at Public Sale in This Countrf."
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
And Continuing Until the Date of Sale
A Notable Collection
OF
Beautiful Old English Silver
and Sheffield Plate
COMPRISING MANY EXAMPLES OF
OLD SCOTCH, IRISH
and Other European Productions
OF THE REIGNS- OF JAMES I., CHARLES II., WILLIAM
AND MARY. QUEEN ANNE AND THE GEORGES
Gathered by a Prominent London Collector
FROM THE COLLECTIONS
OF SUCH OF THE ENGLISH NOBILITY AS THE DUKES OF
CAMBRIDGE. HAMILTON. ATHOLL, LEEDS.
NEWCASTLE. NORFOLK
THE EARLS OF ASHTON. ASHBROOK. MAYO, CLARE
METHUEN. ABINGDON.
THE LADIES COOTE. CARBERRY AND OTHERS
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
BY ORDER OF THE OWNER
ON THE AFTERNOONS OF THURSDAY. FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK,
BEGINNING EACH AFTERNOON AT 2:15
In the Assembly Hall of
The American Art Galleries
%? Drvrlpllif llltiifrut<*f| CiitnlnjEtir Mnilril <n Rpcrl|il of One Dollar
* " " ? '
The snip* nlll l?r ronritii frrl hi Mr. 'IffOM A** I . Ivli;i.\ m <1 ,\*>J
til* Mr. OTTO mckXK.r :in?l Mr. II. II. IVMSM
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Manager.
Mrtv!i?nn *n. Smith. tntranre ft Wd street. Nfw York.
\L7Wrr\^t*
Wrs. Ogden Goelet
Convalescent After
Illness in London
Mr. Harvey Also Better Kol
a Chill?Viscount
Astor Gives Dinner.
*,"??<11 f ablf in Tub Xvw V?,iik Hnuio
'.f0Mnight, ton. o? Tutr N'bw Yoik Unui,,.
New ^ ork Herald ??rrn? , I
l.ondiin. Mm roll J. I
' s- Ogden Goelct, who has boon j|]
?' the Claridge. is convalescent.
Mr. George Harvey, the American
Ambassador, who has been suTcring i
with a chill. If o-reatly Improved. Mrs!
Harvey received a lumber of her friends
it the embassy Thursday afternoon
Many parties, balls and dinners fol
lowed the i'oya 1 wedding. Americana
tco:\ an active Dart.
Viscountess Astor save a dinner
H ''dnesdoy at her homo In St. Jumps'*
square for Mr. Balfour and 700 other
?uests Including- Mr. Lloyd George and
ilrtually all the higher officials In the
Government.
-Mr. Frederick K. A. Pearson, secre
ry of the American Embassy will
Hurt on Wednesday for Budapest.'
Mrs. Sears Ramsey and Miss Harold
>t Now York have arrived at ClarideoN
from St. Morltz. UJt 8
At the Savoy -i dinner party was given
rue???U* ? S."';,rt- th? *ac,ntT ma". The
p " ,n,'!ud*d Mr. R. \V Br ens. Mr.
. oiijs. Air. and Mrs. H. Shearman
Laurence and Mrs. David Bispham.
it " i H' ,n- Kp,ln- traveling auditor of
he American Red Cross, has cone on
^,V ndf>d v,8,t to Vienna and sur
rounding territory.
Kersey of N'tw York has
tveeks In r^T' .hav,n? Wt several
neeKs In England.
lurne,|atnfMM,rSuKar' TI",,'jin- have re
, ' to 'heir hoi?? ir. Melton Mowbray
' a sojourn In Cannes.
non,r'v<:v,rhP U Closc of Mount Ver
niJ"' V Y., has gone to Paris.
MiTrl?anu at 'h" ReKenL fa I ace are
Mr <?'? n "assrart- Mr. E. Bnnice.
"" ?'?"""
MdV^110" a'''' Mr- and Mrs. ??n
\ r. ? rV,n,0Ur- Mr- ?Tol,n Darby Cwv
rCnowles Mr Sa'\nmtl- Mrs. ' Rosin a
if,. ... j'' a Mrs. W. 1,. Anderson.
I wis I , ' J?hn Ald?n. Mr. and Mrs.
Mar r''?;1'"- vV" T^"ia Bonnett. Miss
Mr renr T Mr" CharI*" A- Channel!.
PerrJonTJy !)n:bhr'r' Col. Oscar B.
>J and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Archer.
MRS. C. M. DE HEREDIA
ARRIVES IN PARIS
Mr and Mrs. Chester Dale
Also in French Capital.
Vw >0,k Herald Bureau. I
,, PnHs. March s f
at the PlataSjw?; d? Her,dla Jla* arrived
>rr c'J Athenee from New York.
and Mi s Dale Ihale' ? NeW Vork bank"''.
r? rJJm *rHvM "
T)i. and Airs. George Prederick T airl
law of New York have left the rIt*
3 Mrs?rrl?Ur ?f tIlP S0Uth of Fra"oe
tars
aS'."3'
th0MrOu^r Vice-president of
v i "aran,-v Trust Company of Now
^si'sargs.'tsus
from Constantinople.
Miss Alleen Faye of New rork a mo
tion picture actress, has arrived at the
< la ridge after a month In Sweden and
?,Z ShP Wi" BO soon Brussels
.? . 8,rP'ane and thence to Italv ond
11?'May and Wi" rCtUrn to New Vork
Yo^w hnd Mr"- ?e0r?fe Sprln* "f New
? , . havc arrived at the Continental
land ?n ,hClr W8y l? Be|8|u,r- a"'J Hoi
Mr. and Mrs. Trvintr Cmne. Miss Aimee
ZTr, w- FndM^'"- K W- Knot"
n'*!?u V,. ' Jfoore and M'- >r A.
Rcgh.a "eW V?rk arC at thc Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin I.ane hav- re
from NewYodrkat thC "?tel Xorma"dy
JZpSTTZZ ST?'
Burchfleld and Mlsrf BurchHeld. Mr. and
Mrs E. R. M illard, of New York
Mr. and Mrs. Edward AVood of New
o' have "turned to the Wagram after
several months in Italy.
Mr and Mrs. Alexander P. Moore (Ul
lian Russell) have returned to the Rltz
from the south of France a id Italy
Stopping at the Vcgre^ro in Nice are
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Key, Mrs. if p
Mtirnaby, Mrs J. Spear and Mrs R o
Bamberger of New York At the Hotel'
Ruhl are Mr. and Mrs. ?. r Haven port.
Mr. and Mr. Charles Mlndley and \fr
and Mrs. William Ewart, of New A ork
Mr. Frederick C. Havemeycr has ar
rived at the Plaxa Athenee from New
j ork.
niJfuf l,Ien.rV lr,Pcrin*- ?" American
panlst ls leaving for Berlin to resume
his studies under Arthur Schnaebel Ke
wiH stay in Germany until summer and
tnen will moke a concert tour of Scandi
navia. His flrst Paris recital will ho
given in the autumn.
IMPORTANT
UNRESTRICTED SALE
AT THF,
; %GAU?^S
I ? unuantson fflut newton-chy
ON FREE VIEW TODAY,
9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
TO BE SOLD
Wednesday and Thursday Afternoons
ard Evenings of This Wee't
al 2:15 and 8:15 o'LIock.
By Direction of the Owner
MR. THOMAS ELDER,
! FEILOW OF THF ROYAI. NUMISMATIC
SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN
l'rrhi?(ori<- Implrmrnt* or ICc.Tpt,
| .\nlii|iiHlr* fr?MII lord ,\iiihrr?('?
I ('nllcrtion, llron?r?, s|?liifl|p?, Mecklnre*,
Miih??<ri?. rutrncf Okjri'ln, Varnlw, (loth,
i Ktr.?MO l.ol?: Remarkable Ihilijlnntnn lot
lei-lion, Tahlclo, XmI?, < jllndrr* nt Ni-hn.
rhndm-unr Mentioning Tower of Babel, (iold
j nod fHlvf llrnrrlfls from Wnrkn, :ind Other
lnl> re?tlnc If'tii".
AMfCttlf'ANA: Three Hundred nnd filly
l.ol? or Old Amerlrnn tilni". llWnrh tlnltlc*
i itid I'la'Un. Wl?lartin*'?, llUtorirnl < liitm,
Mlnlntnre* nnd *totoette?.
| ' tilne?e ltronrr?, Antique Ind'". \mbrr*,
Miurr l?oltle? nnd Other Itnre Object*.
" lllmtruti d t ntnlnjjiir Milled on lleceipt
or (tnc IMIm.
I he *-nlr Will lie I omlitded In
Mil. TIIOMA* I.. KIIIHA
nnd hi* nvaisfnnl* of the
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION,
Managers,
2, I it *4 G !.1rH *?f., Vfnilf^nn <N|,
MUSIC ALE AT PALM BEACH
FOR THE CARUSO FOUNDATION
Dinner and Dance of the Country Club Attracts
Large Throng of Sojourners?Mr. Frederic
A. Juilliard Among Those Entertaining.
sPe< ul Dispatch to nil Ns? Vobk Hmu.d. |
t'Atu BExca. Fla.. March 5.?Miss
Daisy Jean and Mr. Slgmund Spaeth
gave a musical.- to-night for the bene
fit of the Caruso .Memorial foundation
it the Roval Poinclana, and will Ri
ilia same 'program to-morrow evening
i at (lie Breakers.
The Palrr Bench Country Club was
crowded last evening at the dinner and
| dunce given by the Samedl Solr Club. ,
i Mr. Frederic A. Juilliard of New
! had as guests Countess Anneslcy. Mr.
and Mrs. Jordan L. Molt, Mr. A.ltaon
V. Armour. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Larlc
Stevens, Messrs. O. J. Brand and J- ?
Manning. Richard Lounsberry and Mal
colm L. Meacham. Mr. and Mrs. -'ame.-*
J. TJonuhue. Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. U.
Frelinghuysen. Mr. Maxwell Norman, j
Lieut-Col. Owen Kenan. Mr. and Mrs. ;
i Frederic Lewisohn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
B. Dillingham and Mr. J. Frederick j
Byer.s entertained friends.
Mr. Louis G. Kaufman has chartered ,
the Seminole from Mr. Frank Bowne I
Jones for a cruise along the Florida j
j Keys. Accompanying him will be Mrs. I
Kaufman and their guests. Major Phil- j
lips. Mrs. Lorenzo Mitchell Henry and .
i Mr. Paul J. Rainey. The Seminole Is j
owned bv Messrs. II. ('. and J. S. Fhlpps. ,
j who will later go on a cruise aboard j
j her for tarpon Ashing. ;
j Lleut.-Col. Owen Kenan has started
for Wilmington. N*. C.. to spend a month
1 before sailing for Europe for the sum- ,
| mer.
Mrs. Charles \Y. FisK* and Miss Fell- !
1 cia Fisk of New Tork have come to be 1
with Mrs. Charles L. Harding at her |
? villa, where she entertained at luncheon I
in th"!r honor, the guests Including Mr.
and Mrs. George Messervy, Mr. and !
: Mrs. Kdwln IT. Fltler. Messrs. Malcolm
, T.. Meacham and Arthur C. Kelelier. |
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ireland have
returned here to he with Mr- and Mrs.
Dani"l H. Carstalrs for the remainder of ;
, trie season. Mr?. F. Wtlloughby Dixon
has returned from Miami.
Mr. and M'v. John F. Cowdin of New ,
' Tork ire visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Then- ,
dore Frellnghuvsen. and Mrs. Richard L. |
' Morris of New Tork Is with Mrs. Charles ,
. F. Choate.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Howes of Ros- .
I ton. with a party of guests, will start j
i to-morrow on a three weeks Ashing
1 cruise on board ?heir yacht Santanta.
Mr. John Francis Harris and party are |
starting on a Ashing cruise on the Cliel
I sea on Wednesday.
! Mrs. Charles Gordon Curl Is of New
j Tork Is at the Breakers. Other arrivals 1
I Include Mrs. O. C Blabon of Philadel- !
Tihia. who joined Mr. and Mrs. Walter
I D. Blabon of Bryn \iawr; Mr. and Mrs.
j William Rodman Ellison and Mr. and j
Mrs. Thomas Mack Royal of Philadel- i
j nhla. Mrs. James S. Parker. Mrs. Baker ?
Tlall and Mr. F. Flv Parker of Freehold. ;
! N J Mr. and Mrs. Julian D. Fair
NINE SPEAK TO 600 AT
DRAMA LEAGUE DINNER
Story of G. B. Shaw's Eccen
tricity Causes Laugh.
The New York Drama I.eague held
its fourth annual dinner last night at {
the Waldorf-Astoria, with an attendance i
of over 600, including many persons j
prominent in the social and dramatic ,
' worlds. S. Marion Tucker, president of j
i the league, presided, and introduced the '
nine speakers of the evening. These
were Harry Quimby of the Amateur
Comedy Club. Lee Slmonsori, scenic artist
of the Theater Guild . John Farrar. edl- j
tor of The ilookman; Gilbert Emory. |
author of "The Hero"; Hatcher Hughes, |
head of the department of dramatics at j
Columbia University; Thomas Wilfred,
inventor of the color organ ; Dhan Gopal i
Mukerji, the Indian sociologist: Dr.!
Thomas Wood Stevens, head of the dra- !
| matlc department of the Carnegie In- ;
atitute of Technology at Pittsburgh, and j
| Miss Alice Lewisohn.
Air. Slmonson, commenting on George |
Bernard Shaw, said that he had "gotten
in had" with the famous author by
.smoking cigarettes at a luncheon with j
him in London, and had received a let- I
ter from him saying: "What you need is
not 'The Devil's Disciple." but complete |
abstinence from tobacco." Mr. Simon- i
son further provoked p-oionged laughter
and applause by remarking: ' You don't
take a Shaw play, you marry It. The ;
text is: 'You shall not alter this play j
for better or for worse ' "
Guests of honor other than the speaK- |
,.rs were Arthur M. Dodge. Miss Beatrice
Herford, Nlklta BallefT. director of the
Chnuvo-Souris. and Ludwlg Lewisohn. .
Others present were Mrs. John \ .
Alexander. Mrs. James Harvey Rolln
son. Mrs. James B. Curtlss Mrs. Rollln
Klrby. Mrs. J. TI. f^ancashtre. ^
i Lee Short. John Hmerson. Rolnnd HolU
1 11,-jx ill Plnskl. Claud Bragdon. ^a'^r
p Teagtie B W. Heuhsc.li, Mrs. Georg
V.' Coulter. Mrs. Hen All "***'"? ?J\[*
Phoebe Foster. Miss J.ne J"
| l.aura V. Day. Mr. and Mrs. LouL
' fntermeyer. Miss Irene Lewisohn, Mr .
1 Grace Robinson. Morris Gest and Bruce
* Bliven.
C4THRDRAl< MEETING HERE.
Former Ambassador
and Mrs. White. Mr and Mrs. ^
W Rhlnelander and Mrs FII.
man are members of the New_ Tork
Committee of the Naiiona
! Association of Washington. undei whOM
1 auspices a meeting Wl " 115,11
morrow afternoon it' ''1'' ^ "" T
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. COR.
Vanderbilt Ave.
.liMK* r. Auetlweer.
Wll.l. MKI-I.
To-day (Mond?y) & Tuesday.
MARCH #TB * 71 "?
AT 2'3<l I*. N. EACH PAT.
A Collection of Important
Early American China,
Glass, Pewter & Furniture
HKI.05C.IMJ T?? THE ESTA 1 E
OF Til E LATE
Mra. Harlan P. Smith
ttnl.T) BT OR OK. R OF
THK F.XECCTORS.
Messrs. rnrion?. f lo??on A. MrlUsine.
Attorneys.
Wednesday & Thursday
M\Rl 11 HTI1 A ?TH.
\T 'I 1'. M. i: \('H Pili
Modern Furniture,
Pianos, Safes, etc.
ON EXHIBITION TO ItAY
UNTIL HALE TIME.
child started for St. Augustine on their
wav North.
Col. William Ilavward arrived at the,
Everglade* Club, where he Joined Mrs.
Havward. Senator rienry P. Llppltt ,
whs recalled North. Mrs. Lippitt Is re- (
malnlng at the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. MoQueston of |
the Massachusetts North Shore colony ,
are at the Uoyal Poinciana. Other ar
rivals arc Mrs. R. W, Sea bury. Miss ^
Ruth Seabury and Richard Scabury of
Boonton. N. J.
I
UhKV. *. C.
Siteaal lJ,-patch to Tub Naw Yobk Hsbvlu
Aikkn. S. March o.?The entlr<
colony of h inter sojourners is looking
forward to attending the opening to- >
day of the Dolan cup golf match, to j
be played this weelc on the Palmetto \
Golf Club course.
The entries are Messrs. George W hit-|
ney, Thomas Hitchcock, Ernest Thorn- j
eon, William M. McC&.v, Edward Uv- j
ingston Smith. Oliver T. Wilson. John i
B. Corliss. Ebon M. Byers, Harold ,
Fowler. John C. Tappin, William Zleg- ;
lor, Jr.. Paulding Fosdyk, Jr., Harold .
Hayes. Frank It. Hitchcock, Harry S. ,
Tain to, Henry W. de Forest, Eugene j
G. Grace, Archibald M. Brown, Duglas I
Hodge, William Walter Phelps. R ^v- I
Ryle, Oliver Peiin, Frederick A. Snow ;
i and G. Gallatin. The finals will be j
played Friday.
Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock was hostess |
at a. hunt at Sand River last week j
end accompanying her in the ride to ;
hound* were her son. Master Prank j
Hitchcock, and Miss Alexandra B. Dolan
of Philadelphia. <
Mr. J. Curry Watson, Jr.. of New .
York is tilt- guest of Mr. William Zleg
: ler. Jr.
Mr. William Walter Phelps has re- ,
turned from New York.
Mr. James Appleton of New ^ ork and
Miss Da Costa of Philadelphia are
guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Straw
bridge.
?Miss Anna Sands arid Mr. ( harles
Hayden of New York are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin. j
Mr. Eben M. Byers of Philadelphia
has opened the MousetAp cottage. j
Mrs. S. B. Cunningham and Miss ,
Mary Cunningham of New York and j
Miss Gravdon of Montreal are at W ill-|
cox's. Mr. and .Mrs. William Kllis Scull
had for luncheon there to-day Dr. and
Mrs. Liovett, Mr. Xx>uis Webb, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith, Mr. anil Mrs.
*J Hampton Barne?. Mrs. Giratid Pos
ter, Sir Charles Davidson and Mrs.
Josef Hoffmann.
Mr. Rodman Wanamaker Is the sliest
of Mrs. Archibald Thomson at W hite
Hall. .. ?
Former Governor James M. ox 01 .
Ohio had for luncheon at Wlllcox s to- i
day Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Simmonds and j
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Meade.
RARE FOREIGN BOOKS
TO BE SOLD HERE
Works on Mary Stuart and
Cromwell in Collection.
At the Anderson Galleries a collec
tion of Important book consignments
from overseas will be sold to-day. to
morrow and the day following. H in
cludes rare French and English classics,
unusual tracts <>n Inland, hooka on
Mary Stuart, Cromwell and the Com
monwealth period, and a number of
handsome bindings. Shown with this
collection is the remainder of the library
of the late Daniel F. Appleton of New
York city, which L? hcing sold by order
of his executor, Mr. J. W. Appleton.
One of the most interesting items in
the entire collection is the original man
uscript of the history of the trial of
Mary, Queen of Scots. This highly im
portant manuscript is probably in the |
autograph of Sir Francis Wal slngham's |
brother and secretary, William. Sir j
Francis was Queen Elizabeth's Secretary
of State, it came from the library of ;
Miss Strickland, the authoress, and was j
used by her when compiling her "I-lfe >
of the Queen. Bound up with the manu- .
script are a number of ar'.icles, argu- |
ments and speeches used by Miss Stride- j
land In writing her "Life" of the un- j
fortunate- Queen.
CHALONER ART PRIZES
First Is Awarded to .lolin K. Ilol
in?r of Philadelphia.
Announcement was madi- lass night
that at the sixth monthly Fathering irt'
the John Armstrong Chaloner Paris Prise
Foundation for the season of 1921-1922.
held at the National Academy of Design
Saturday, the jury granted the follow - I
ing a ward* s
First prise. $25. John F. Holmer. TVnn- ;
ravlvania Academy of Fine Arts. Philadel
phia.
Second prize, $lo. Anatoli Shulkln.
National Academy of De.fign Schools.
Third prlae, 110. Jack Soble, National
Academy of Design Schools.
Honorable mention. I?uis J. l.ucioni.
National Academy of Design St hool.-.
The tur/ was composed of Messra.
Herbert" Adams, George Deforest Brush, j
E. Irving Couse. Thomas W. Dewing and
Harry W. Watrous.
PICTt.'RE* OK SPAIN ON VIKW.
A notable collection of drawings .mm- j
br ring a bout eighty and representing !
scenes In Spain and Portugal, by Ernest
Peixotto. artlat nad author, has oeen
acquired by the Hispanic Miwcum for Its
permanent collection. About sixty of
the drawings are now on exhibition and
will continue to he shown until April 1.
The museum haw also acquired three oil
paintings by Peixotto, which are also
on exhibition. Many of the drawing* in
the collection arc of historic Interest and
they reveal the ancient castles and mon
asteries of Spain.
BUND GIRL SCOUTS TO AID.
Will Help Rnn Ten Room at the
Annuitl Flower Slow.
Blind Girl Scouts will help to run the
tea. room during the annual Flower
Show at. the ("Irani C entral Palace.
Receipts from the tea room will b" de
voted to the Manhattan Council of the
Girl Scouts, as will the proceeds of the
fashion show, the lunches and the
dances. The blind girls are attached
to the Uighthouse for the Blind at 111
Fist Fifty-ninth street, and to a Har
lem troop.
The blind girls go on regular hikes tn
the country, and enjoy this feature of
their work as much as those that pos
sess sight.
SCHMIT*!'!* PIWO It F.I H * I..
1 E> Robert Hchmitz gave his second
piano recital here this season last eve
ning in Rum ford Hall. The program,
which was the first tn a series of tlir'e,
comprised Busonl's transcription of the
"Chaconne" b> Bach, some twelve com
positions by Debussy, including the
"Feux d' Artifice'.' and several num
bers from Bach's "Well Temper <1 Clavi
cord " Mr Schmitz is well known here
hs a performer of Intelllg1 nee and
technical vtlliancy. He was hear,I last
night by an audience of good si/e and
mn. * ?? mlv mp'sttde*
Americans Pay
Tribute to Memory
of Viscount Bryce
hupresaive Services Held at
the Cathedral of St. .John
the Divine.
Hie Cathedral of St. John the Divine
was crowded yesterday afternoon at the
memorial Mtvices for Viscount Bryce.
Tin- service vas a special one called
by Bishop William T. Manning, and was |
attended by many British. Canadian .
and Australian officials of state and
members of virtually every British and
Canadian society in the city.
Three speakers. Bishop .Manning, !
?Jo.in \\. Davis, formerly Ambassador I
to the Court 01 St. James's, and Prof
Henry Fairfield Osborii, president of
the American Museum of Natural Hls
torj, i ulogized the dead statesman and
spoke of his untiring efforts toward the
furtherance of friendly relations be
<!Pn all or the English speaking na
??HS.V,P8Pecially betw<,e? Greut Britain
and this country. Bishop Manning said
"anie of James Viscount Brvce
stands mghest in tin- ,?inds of men fori
his sincerity, his Justice and his'
starichness in befriending: the oppressed.J
? s Iv did in the case of Armenia. The
reeling of personal lot-.- at his death is
?? deep In America as in Britain, for,
ne feel that he heiong.d to us as tnuch i
hs he did tc his native land \v?- think :
?f nim as scholar, statesman, tiav.hr
author, fearless friend of the suffering ,
and the oppi eased. ,.f his gifts and I
power*. and qf his wide and accurate
knowledge. Cut. as reinarkab! as were
his gr?;atest power was hi*
unqualified sincerity and integrity <>t
character. J
"The greatest desire of his life was;
to see still further strengthened the!
ties of fellowship between America and
i?reat Britain and all the English
speaking people, for the good of the!
whole world. He helped u? tr> better un
derstnnd Great Britain, and we give
tnanus for his part In cementing the i
bonds between the American and British
people, both of whom lie served so well."
One time Ambassador Davis gave a
brief resume of the life of Viscount
Bryce, and spoke of the earnestness with i
whicii the late statesman worked for
the unity of spirit of all the English
speaking nations.
"He gave to those who knew him the
impression of having been everywhere. I
known everybody and seen everything."
said Mr. Davis, "and no American repre
sentative In England ever asked his aid j
without receiving It in abundance."
Prof. Osborn spoke of Viscount Bryce ;
as a naturalist, and told of his travels
in search of facts concerning aii of the'
other peoples of the globe. He com- 1
pared Viscount Bryce and H. G. Wells,
saying : "How outstanding his thorough,
ness a* compared to the superficiality of
some of the men who are occupying
the same paths in history! Picture!
Wells writing his 'Outline of History'
from bin armchair, surround'-d by books
of other men. while Lord Bryce was
studying the races at first hand, with a
passion for facts, facts, and more facts!"
Among those present at the services,
and reprosecuting various societies were
Hr-n. and Mrs. H. Gloucester Armstrong,
P.ritlsii Consul General. Hon. and Mrs. :
Consul Watson. Vice Consuls Macrae,
Parish. Evans and Beard; Frederick j
Hudd, Trade Commissioner for Canada : J
D. B. Edward, representing Australia:
William Barclay Parsons, Dr. Nicholas
Murray Butler, Dr. Talcott Williams.
Dr. Brandcr Matthews and Provost Cai
penter. representing Columbia Univer
sity: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooker. Mr.
and \lrs. Iywis <?. DnWes. Mr. and Mrs.
Norman 11. Davis. Mrs. Ira Davenport, '
Mrs. Murray Whiting Ferris, Mrs Bay
ard Cutting, the Rev. and Mrs. Caleb
R. Stetson. Mrs. Whltelaw Reld. Mr and :
Mrs. Ogden Reld. Airs. L. Jl. Schwab.
Gilbert H. Montague, Mrs. Francis P.
Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Pag., I
Bishop Walter Sumner of Oregon, Dr
George Kune. and members representing
the St. 'reorge Society. Canadian Club
of New York, the Pilgrims, St. David's
Society, the Canadian Soci't; .,f Xew
York. St. Andrew's Society, the English
Speaking Union, British Great War Vet
erans of Americif, Sulgrave Institution.
Armenian-American Society, nrd various
other British and Canadian schools and
societies.
A large number of persons of Armen
ian birth or descent, and member*- of
Armenian clubs and societies in this city
attended in memory of the work which
Viscount Bryce did in the interest of Hie
suffering of their native land.
SERVICES FOR J. H. OTTIEY.
The He*. Ilr. Mtlrea Oil)elates In
Home of l.nte Publisher.
The funeral services for James II
Ottley. who vas for twenty years ihe
publisher of McCall's Maoasint. and who
died last Friday, were held yes<erday
afternoon at the Ottley home West
Fifty-third street.
The Rev. Dr. Ernest M. Stires. r.* tor
of St. Thomas's Church, conducted <h<
ceremony. The interment took place -it
Woodlawn Cemetery.
TO HONOR I.ATI-: HHO\ \ I.RtUKH
Mayor Hylan with other city officials
will attend the month s mind mas> this
morning In the f'hurch of fit ' Tohn
Chryeostym for Arthur 11 Murphy
Democratic leader of The Bronx who
died February ?. Masses will be aid
in nil churches In The Rronx m th?
same time.
OBITUARIES.
RKV. rilARMil W. ROVI SION.
The Rev. Chsrlefe W. Boylston, aged
?8, rector emeritus of St Pauls Epls
'?o|?al Church. Riverside, Conn., died vev
terday in his home there.
Mr. Bovlston was born in Springfield
Mass.a and was graduated from Trliilrv
' olleg. In I NTS. .He was a member of
the Phi L'psllon Fraternity and rowed
on the college crew, in 1 vi i,o * v<
graduated from the Berkelev r>|-. ,Mit v
School. Mlddlctown. <"onn. His first
charge was si. James's Episcopal
Church, near Norwich. Conn II.- rr
Mred In IMS, due t-. Ill health M<
a member of St. John ,Mas..nl l,odge
and of Hamilton ("ominander\ Knights
Templar Me leaves his wife, n
and a daughter. Funeral ?erv|. e ? will
he held Wednesday In St Paul's Church
Burial will be In Old Church Cemste> v
Glastonbury.
I'RBDRRK K .1. him:.
"pn (at l)i*pn><-h In Tiir New Yo?k
PrrHSKti.t., V V, March f,. Fred
erick J Roe. ago,| sr., ?f this city, died
of heart discs*" early to-da- in th.
Continental Motel In Washington. Mr
Roe was owner of th.' Perkskill Ice
1 ompany, and was also interested In
other firms here. The funeral will be
held Tuesday afternoon. Me leaves
widow rfnd one son.
"BARROOM n.nnn- uthor m.
A dlnnet In honor of H \ f)'\n v
author of "The Face tjie 'barroom
Floor." was given last night ,->t the
Green Room Club on the o. i?ion .,f
his seventy.ninth birthday.
Mr. I) \t?y Is a ||fe rnemliei of the
Oreen Room Club, a member of the R
P O Elks, the A< tor#' Fund and the
Pnrt Club Philadelphia
JOHN FLEMING WiLSON,
AUTHOR, EDITOR, DIES
Burns Prove Fatal in His
Home in Venice, Cal.
Vuxicu, Cal., March 5.? lolin Fleming
\\ ilaon, aged 45, well known author. cli< d
in his home here to-day front burns s'jf
tcred yesterday.
Mr. Fleming wa? born in Kiie, Pa.
the sun of .Joseph Rogers Wilson and
Viola Harriet Wilson. He was edu
cated at Fa-eons College and at Prince- 1
ton University, from which he war giad
n&ted in ih(iO. He entered newspaj>? r
work, anil was ?ditoi of tin .San Fran-'
< Isco Arr/on'jut in 1908. Ills Irst book.
"The l?arul Claimants." was published In ;
1910. Others of hi.1- work* include "The
Man Who Came Back." from wtvlch Jules
Ki kert Goodman wrote the play of the
same name which was produced on
Hroadwti\ two years ago: "Across the'
Latitudes," ' The 1'rlncesa of Sorry Val
ley" and*"The Muster Key."
During tn? las few years he had |
written considerably for the motion pic- ?
turn's and contributed ;u many maga-1
zinc*. Mo t of his short stories have
been sea tales'.
MRS. ? LEWIONT .1. ?l.F.VKI.A \ IJ. !
&>perial Dmuatrh to Tiib New Voik Hbrai.d. '
i'At.i* CrAfH. Fla., March 5?Mr.--.
Clement J. Cleveland, formerly Miss :
Annie W. Dav.-nport of New York, died
of peritonitis to-day In the 'iood 8ama''- i
ltan Hospital at West Palm Beach,
after a ten dav> Illness Her husband.
Dr. Cleveland, ind her daughter. Mr?.
Robert O. Mead, of New York, who
arrived here last night, were with her
She iea\es in addition, two son .
Clement J. Cleveland. Jr. of Greenwich
Conn., and Henry l> Cleveland o'
Boston.
Funeral .services will be held in her :
lat<* winter residence, l"3<i South Olive
street. West Palm Beach, Tuesday afte.
noon, and'the body will be taken nor*!'
and met at Washington by her tw<> i
sons. Mrs. Cleveland was a promlnem
member of the winter colony and not'd
for her kindness and her charitable
work, particularly for the flood Samar
itan Hospital, which is supported al
most exclusively by contributions from
winter visitors here.
I>l<. HA Kit IS fill * II \ M.
I>r. Harris Graham, who had been
connectcd witli the medical school of
the American 1'niveruity at Beirut.
Syria, for thirty-two years, is dead at
P.eirut. It was announced yesterday by |
Albert W. Staub. Mr. Staub is local ex
ecutive secretary for the university. Dr.
Graham, a native of Canada, was grad
uated from the Michigan University In
1SS0, and later took post-graduate
courses in medicine in Germany and
France. He was a specialist in tropical
diseases.
WILLIAM SHKItWUOn. .
Funeral services were held last eve
ning for William M. Sherwood of 141
Hooper street. Brooklyn, who died Sat
urday in his home in his ninetieth year.
He was one of the early builders in
Manhattan, his place of business having
b' en at I,' xlncton avenue and Twenty -
tliird street. He leaves a son and a
daughter. Burial will take place to-day
in Evergreens Cemetery.
XV I LI, I \ M H. I. HIN?,
William H. Lyons, 70, a retired busi
ncs.; rnati and realty operator, died
yesterday at his home, 231.% Avenue J,
Brooklyn. An illness of long standing,
aggravated by an attack of pneumonia,
caused his death. He leaves his wife. I
three son- and one daughter. Funeral ,
services will be held in th* home at !!
P. M. to-morrow and interment Will
follow in Mount Hope Cemetery.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOf!T?Eii\elope shape nurse. con'alnlne dia
mond rtixr. unusual design. square settlnir. |
about "2 diamonds, valued for eentlruenfal
reasons: small amount money: automobile
license; liberal reward. RUSSELL. 4ti Rlvcr
l side Drive. Schuyler 2121.
I LOST?On or about December 22, 1!?2t. In
1 terest Recount pass hook No. Kr.02a In tlie
name of Kmmi H. Megrue; all persons are
i warned against receiving said book for i
value CHATHAM * PIIENIX NATIONAL!
j BANK. Ilrosdway and lOMIi at.
I LOST?Sunday morning, while driving In
I Central Park or In vicinity of *th ?v. and J
Mlth St.. lady's blue satin, "hell-top hanrtbas |
' containing sum of money and Jewelry. Lib
| i-ral reward tf returned to Room 203, 06." !
I ."'I' ?'?? N. Y.
Jewelry.
1 LOST-On Saturday afternoon, gold earring.
In the National Theater at 41st St.. or the ,
Hermitage Tea Room, or Time* Square sub
way station; reward. Phone Henry 0060. H.
1 JAMES. '"'2 Union st., rt'klyn.
LOST?Friday evening, March tn or near
the Galel.v Theater, eairlng with pearl
drop. suitable irward. Mr*. A. M. DODOE,
003 I'urk nv.
I L'?ST-I<arge diamond and platinum bii'-icle,
Thursday afternoon; liberal reward. Con
i -iinl< iite with Hotel Marie Antoinette ^fllc".
Columbus 2*40. |
1>nsf Silver chain has. containing money, <
diamond sapphire pin. calling card* and
kes-. reward. Applv Apt. 30 GINsnOn
Ot'c.H STUDIO. 2?2 W. .V.?th
1 (1ST Ladv'a watch, open face, monogram
i "J. M. M Franklin flttnon'a or street ;
bei ?-?eu *t-?re end 724 st. and West End av.. i
-.ward '-??'> tV.st End av., third floor
l?OJ*T?Old fashioned gold earrlnic with '
pearls, l-"rlclay evening In taxi golni; or i
| coming from Shtibert Theater, reward.
niilm landei WCC
1 LOST February 2". between a and 12 P M .
ilintiionil bar pin; liberal reward. Circle
I?7?3. i
! lisT^OO REWARD.
NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
for return or Information leading to reco<
cr\ of v.allet of diamonds lost when person
collapsed at entrance to B. R T. subway.
40th st and llroadwaj-. February 23. 192
pioportlouate reward for nartuti recovery, i
Addri ?s P. O. Ilox 1124, City Hafl_Sta'loii
*:.00 REWARD ~
t. i return of platinum and diamond braeelet '
(ontalntng 4:: atones. lost vicinity S?d si
v *? York i It v. MARCUS t co , a, t i,
?-? \ anderbllt 31N0. _ j
?Mi0 HEWARP
for returti of diamond tassel, Ic?st March 2,
between r.7tti st, and Libei-tv Theatre. Mr!
A. c BENNETT. 15 Willtam st. 2764 Hroad.
IK<l HEWAftl'
!.'>?t?A blai'. and bilck red ?iamn|ed
vantty case, wltli diamonds, on Satiuday
afternoon, Febt-uary 2"-. a* tin A*nha?*ado>
Hotel or en Mark- sv., lieiw-i.n ,">2d and .Wth
?t*. Retnru to CARTIER. TNC . ft.Vt Mb ai
?ion" REWARD
for refirn of platinum bat nln. se* v.-Uh 7 I
lau:r anit 20 small diamonds, lost Thursday
att'iiioon. Mai'ti 2. ' st' Rlverstde PO14 *
Wearing .tpparel.
LOST Frtda'. evening, a baum ma ten nsek
piece, on l.exlng'or av . t ? een tSrt and
70th. oti troll or j.treet re?ard. HALE
Rhtnel* iider 1240
DIED.
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Churl*
Clirlll*. Harnti?*J
land. Anni??
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1. Mary A.
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ftRntml W
Walt- r,
fifrwart, Marry S.
iVrtnplo. IT??nr> V..
"far
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Kathrrlni
March 4
>f Tti**n4o
loffd mo'
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l/v>al Ajlrtrtia. H? i'
ralm??f* Ativnrj. a
AndruH of \ on! rj
latr rraW?*fM^. 121 ?
Monday, March <?
Mar
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t'dock. !
A, Willi)
111 of W*
Funeral from hla
Drive, on
1922. at '2 TV M.
Ywikar*
private.
pap* t
DIED.
liAB< '?? >< K ? On March 4. 1022, If. diaries
Babcoek, age .VI yeara. Funeral service*
at the New Harlem Chapel Stephen Mar
rlrt Burial and Cremation Co.. 3343 SIM
nve.. near 12">th St.. Monday evening. 8 *1
nVicM-k. Members of tiavel I .<>?'. ge. No.
<03. F. and A. M.. art' Invited
HKKN'SEX.-At Richmond Hill. N. T., rm
March 4, 1922. WUhelmlna May Beriissn
'nee Volbel), wife of Ernest llernsen. In
her 31st year. Funeral service* on Tti??
cu evening, at 8 o'cloi k, at her latx
home. 9."20 113th at., Richmond Hill.
BLOOMBERG.?Sarah G.t on March 4. b?
loved wife of Aaron J., in her 76th veai
Funeral from her late residence, 472 West
l"nd av.. Monday, March fl. at lft A. M.
Interment private. Please omit flowers
t'CrfIV- Jam"* Kdward, M D., D. O.. on
Saturday, March 4. Funeral services at
St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal Chufcii.
West Tflth *t.. Tueaday al 4 P. M.
Interment Hamilton. N. J.
CAHILL.?March 6, Anita M.. at the ir t
dence of her brother, Santiago P.. 194
Adelplii at., Brooklyn, only daughlei of
tne late Santiago P. nnrt Su?ann V.
< "hill of Lima, Peru. Notice of funeral
later.
CAMPBELL.?On Sunday. March 1922
-srlm C. Campbell. Funeral services * ?
l)la late residence, 420 Wear End a\..
i u??day. March 7. at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment pi Ivate. Kindly omit flower?.
CARLILE.? On Sunday, March 5, the Rev.
Samuel Carlile, D. 1)., In the 88th year
of IiIh age. Funeral servfcoa at the home
of Mra. James n. Taylor. 417 Kith at .
Brooklyn, on Tueaday. March 7. at 8 P M
CLEVELAND.?Suddenly, at West Palm
Heaeh. on Sunday. Ma Kill ."). Annie Ward,
wife of Ilr. Clement Cleveland. Memorial
nervlcea at St. Jamea Church. Madison
av. and 7l*t ?t., Wednesday, March ,8. at
It A. M. Pari* Herald plea.se copy
( Ol'RCELLE ? Lumena. Campbell Funeral
Church. Broadway, 66tli at., Tuesda*
2 P. M.
DAVIS.?Suddenly. on Sunday, March 5.
1921!. at her residence. 12(11 Madison ?v?
Mar'ha Thompaon, w Ife of the late Will
iam Leonard Davi.s of Washington, D. C.
I niei.il services nt St. Thomas's ''lutri .
?"'!> and r.P.d at., on Tueada?, Mi c-i 7
at l<i:30 A. M. Interment In Washington,
1' C Washington (D. C.> papers please
FARRELL. -ai (Irand St.. Wliiu plain
's Maii!i 1922. Margaret, v Ife u'
i he late Panic. Far red. and motl of
Jamea C. aw' Mary E. Farrell and Ms.
William .1 Doyle and Mrs. llti-.r> J.
Kaufmann. In iter With year. Requiem
Mnss at Cliurch of SI. John tin Evan
v-llst. Whlin Plains, on Tuesda> morning,
the 7tl , at 10 o'clock.
FI.OYI) -At Flushing, N. V . on Sunday,
March 5, Frank Floyd, son of tin la'?
Benjamin W. Floyd and Elizabeth C.
Floyd. In tin- 74th year of his ag< . Fu
neral private.
FORBES.? At Davos, Switzerland, on Mon
day. February 13. in the 4.">th year of ) t
n^e, Joseph Dunderdule Forbea. hu^bard
<>f Madeleine Clifton McGuire and son ?t
the late Reginald Heber Forbes and Ro
sette Denning Morton. Mi'inorlal servic
v- 111 be held oil Monday. March C. a: :| 30
o'clock, nt St. George's Memorial Cliapol,
Stuyvesant Square.
GILLESPIE.-At Stamford. Conn., on Sun
day. March Sarah Elizabeth, t,
th. late Richard II. Gillespie Funerai
private.
GOO! SELL.-March 2. 1922, Maty Aleile.
widow of Charles Henry Goodseil. Fu
neral gervlces at h"r late hone, :.JI West
72d at.. Monday. March i>. 4 l\ J1.
GHISMER.?Suddenly, on March 1022. Jo
seph R. til lamer, iteloved husband of O",I\ ?
E. Grlamer, of 319 Weal llKltli at. Fit
neial services at All Angels' Church. West
Knd ev. and Slat St., on Mondav. March
?;, at 1 :S0 P. M.
l.RISMER.?Headquarti i s Old Guard. ; :o7
West 91st st.: Capt. Joseph It. Grlstn?r.
Friday. March 3. 1922. Funeral a' Chu- h
of All Angela, 81st at. anil West Knd a .
Monday, March 0, 1 :30 P. M. Comrni ? ?
111 assemble at headquarter:; at 1 P. M.
Civilian clothes.
E. IT. Snyder. Major, Commanding.
W. A. Damer. Captain. Adjutant.
LEK.?On March 4. 1922. at her resldeic-,
10.1 l-aat 5."d at., Mary Riilcely. Prow-1,
bt loved wife of Merwyn Ketcham Le?.
Funeral private. Interment al Llalttmoic,
Md.
LINCOLN.?on March r?. at Montclalr. N J..
Frances L.. widow- of Uuorfei- M l.lncoln
of Bath, Me. Interment at llaMt, Me.
LONG.?John J., suddenly, on Matcii l
loved husband of Kate Long Funeral v.';i
lake place front Ills la'.e residence, -4r.
West 141th at., Tuesday. 9 "30 A M
thence to Our Lady of Lourdes church,
142d at., between Convent and Amsterdam
av., where Solemn Requiem Mass will ha
sung. Auto cortege. Kindly omit {lowers.
LYONS.?'William II.. March 1922. It. It's
70th year. Funeral Tueadny, 2 P. M .
from his late residence. 231A Avenue .1.
l'rooklyn. Kindly omit flowers. Boston
papers pleaae copy.
MOLES.?On Sunday, March T>. Charles K
Moles, Jr.. beloved sor: of Charles E.
Moles and Helen Dodge Mules. In th< 23t.h
year of his ag". Interment a' Sleepy
llollov. Cemetery. Funeral private, on
Tuesday.
ROCKHILL.?Suddenly, at Los Angeles. C'a: .
on February 28. 1022, Clayton llnbcson,
soil of the late Clayton and Mary Folsom
Rocklilll. Notice of funeral hereafter.
KOCCIIIETT1 ?Stewart F.. at hln horn; 12
L*-n*is av.. Summit, N. J., on Friday,
March 3. Funeral Monday (private)
ROGERS ?On Friday. March 3. Emma W ?
tier, wile of Henry Wnile Rogers. l"i -
neral services at Iter late residence. 31
Gramercy Pari;, on Tuesday. March 7, a;
1 o'clock. Interment Tt Nyaclt, N. V.
SCHEKLE.?At Hackcnsack. N. J., March
1022. Dr. Waller T., beloved husband of
Marie M. Scheelc (nee Peters), aged "7
>ears. Notice of funeral later
SPEV'GFMAN.?On Sunday. March 1922.
Gilbert Alston Sponge man. belo ed <nn ?'
K.lward A and futllle and brother of
Edward Charles Speng?-man, In his l!*1i
year. Funeral private
STEWART.?Harry S. (lawyer of lfio Broad
vavi, beloved husband of Alice Morse, on
Ma r h 4. al Ills residence, 10*<> Amitnf
i am av. Funeral Tuesday, March 7. I
P M. Interment Jamestown. N. Y. CM
i ago papers please copy
STEWART.?Harry S. The Hoo?ov?lt Repub
lican Club of the Nineteenth Congres-ionaI
District expresses Its profound i ondotem ?
and Inestimable loss at thr departure ?'
I's highly esteemed vice-president.
WEMI I.E.? Henr> Y., Sr.. bekn-d hushsi I
Of Cornelia Harker, at West Windsor. Vt.
March 4. 1922. Funeral services W. dne.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, at thi resi
derice of Ills daughter. Mrs James 1.
Tork, 214 Ileal I78tli at., Bronx. Inter
me?! Woodia- n C"meteiy (private).
WHELAN.?At Newark, on March 4. IO'.j.
Alio Manning Whelan. widow of John W.
Whelan. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral, from the home of
I .T son. Joint 1' Whelan. 42 Berkeley av.,
Tuesday, March 7. a' S :!f> A. M.
s.i.'-mn Hlg'< Mass of (tequiem will be or
f?red at the Church of the Sscred Heart
ai 9 o'clock Interment at St. Peter's
Cemetery. Jersey City. N J.
WILLIAMS?St. Cecil* Lodge. So. ?"**. F.
?i d V M. ltr"lhreii You are requested
to attend Masonic funeral services fo
Brother Fghert Austin Williams, by re
kik-si of Ixulge Waverley, No. "07. o* tc
c,i?nd Lodge of Scotland, to In- he.d ?
the Renaissance Room. Masonic Hall. 2
?t and flth av . on Wednesday after i0o- .
March 8. at I o'clock. By order of
Archie Ralph Kerr. Matte?
WIT/.?Entered Into .est March 4. IP'.'i
Katherine (ianier,mullet. dearly beloved
wife or Frederick Wltz. Servttm Mi.
day evening. March d. at 8 o'clo. k. at her
late residence. 1199 Park av. Intetmen;
At
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