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'200 Attend Dance
of Midnight Club
After the Opera
Mrs. B. T. Wilson and Mrs. T.
J. 0. Rhinelander Among
Those Entertaining Guests.
After the opera and theaters last j
night there was a gathering of the Mid
night Supper Club in the Louis XV. I
room at the Ambassador.
The organisers of this club, whose
meetings will continue on Wednesday*
? luring Lent, are Mrs. Richard T. Wil
?o?i, XOs. Bernard N. Breltung and Mrs.
T J. Oakley Rhinelander, all of whom
entertained friends at supper which wa.<
.served during the progress of the dance.
Among the 200 members of the club
and guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
H. Thornton Wilson, Mrs. Violet de
Trafford, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harriman.
Marchese and Merchesa Somml, Mr. and
-Mrs. Julius Walsh of St. Louis; Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick H. Prince, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Allen G. Wellman, Mr. and Mrs.
Lyttleton Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Fal de Saint
Phall and Mr. and Mrs, Augustus
Kountze.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Colford,
Jr., Mrs. Blddle Duke, Mrs. Alfred N.
Beadl^ston, Mrs. Rawson 1>. Wood, Mr.
and Mrs. Esmond O'Brien. Messrs. j
Austen Gray, Dean Richmond. Richard
Hall, Reginald C. Vanderbllt, Ralph I
Allen. Lawrence S. Butler und Chester
Alan Arthur.
MISS ETHELYN WHITE TO WED.
Will Become Bride of Major I
Robert P. Howell.
The engagement has been announced j
of Miss Ethelyn White, daughter of Mrs.
Lillian E. White of 11 East Thirty
second street, to Major Robert P. Howell.
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. Miss
White, who was educated in Europe,
served with the U. S. Signal Corps in
France. During the recent conference
In Washington she was an Interpreter
with the French delegation.
Major Howell served in France with
the Eighty-eighth Division and was As
sistant Chief Engineer of the Second
Array Headquarters at Toul. He now is
stationed at Camp Humphreys, Va.
RUTLEDGE HALSTED.
Bp'rtal Dispatch to Thb New Yoik
Montcuur, N. J., March 8.?Miss
lMldred Halsted, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Cornelius Halsted. .16 Watchung .
avenue, and Mr. L. Dayflne Rutledge,
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Rutledge of
Verona, N. J., were married to-night In
the Watchung Avenue Congregational I
Church. Miss Ruth Hoisted, a sister of I
the bride, was maid of honor, and the i
bridesmaids were Misses Carol Pease of j
Verona, Marguerite Marty of New York
mid Margaret Williams and Muriel Van j
Winkle of Montclalr. Muriel Doremus
of Montclalr was flower girl. Mr.
Harold Rutledge of Verona was best
man. The ushers were Geeorge Rut
ledge and Raymond Conover of Verona.
Frank Mueller and Ellsworth Rutledge \
of Montclalr.
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED,
Dr. and Mrs. Fred C. Chaffee of
Pittsfield, Mass., announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Caroline
? 'hat'fee, to Mr. Thomas F. Plunkett of
Pittsfield. Miss Chaffee is a graduate
of Wellealey College. 1921. Mr. Plunkett,
a son of the late William U. Plunkett.
Is connected with the Pontoosuc Woolen
Company. He Is a Princeton graduate.
Mr. and Mrs, John E. Murphy ot
Atlanta. Ga., have announced from Palm
Beach the engagement of their daughter.
Miss Julia Murphy, to Mr. C. P. White
head of New, York and Hot Springs.
VISCOUNT'S WEDDING PI T OFF.
TjONOOX. March 8.?The wedding of
Viscount Grey of Falloden and Lady
Olenconner. which was arranged for a
itate near Easter, has been postponed,
according to the Daily Mail, In conse
quence of the operation which Viscount
Crey underwent yesterday. His condi
tion is reported by the physicians as
satisfactory and they expect him to re
cover fully.
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
MgS? 40 E- 45th St.
Vanderbllt Ave.
JAMES r. SILO, Aiirtloneer.
WILL SELL
TO-DAY (THURSDAY)
At 2 P. M.
Modern Furniture,
Sheffield Plate,
Piano*. Safe*, etc.
ON EXHIBITION T'M)AT
UNTIL BAJjW TIME.
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
NEW YORK.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tyler of
Elkln* Park, Pa., are at the St. Rsgls
Mr. and Mrs. Grlawold Lorlilard of
Tuxedo Park are at the Lorraine.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Baker, Jr..
will return from Thomasvllle Ga., late
this month.
Mr. E. Roland -X. Harrlman will re
turn next week from Overhllls, N. C.
Mrs. Harrlman will remain there until
April 1.
Mrs. Richard P. H. Durkee of 125
East Seventy-second street, has re
covered from pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Huntington
will go to Staatsburg, N. Y., late this
month.
Mrs. Richard Stevens will give a din
ner to-night in her apartment, 23 West
Sixty-seventh street.
Mrs. Moses Taylor Campbell of 18
East Ninety-fifth street to-night will
give a dinner followed by bridge.
Mrs. William S. Sims, wife of Rear
Admiral Sims, Is at the Belmont from
Newport, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio S. Shonnard
rave a small dinner last night at
Pierre's for Mr. and Mrs. James Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Reading Bertron gave
a small dinner last night at the Plaza
for Col. and Mrs. Edward M. House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Watson Webb will
go to their new house in West bury.
L. I., next month, where they will pass
the summer.
Mrs. Alfred Coates of Providence, R.
I., is at the Belmont to remain for
some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley will re
turn from Europe late in June, and will
pass the summer at the Thousand
Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Townsend will
arrive in New Tork from Europe the
middle of April.
There "will bo a meeting of the sewing
clas.? for the benefit of the New York
Nursery, and Child's Hospital, this
morning with Mrs. F. Ashton de Peys
ter. at 115 East Sixtieth street.
Mr. Henry T. Sloane will pass the
summer in Southampton. L.. I., where
he will have aa guests his son-in-law
and daughter Baron and Baroness
Aniaury de la Grange of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland E. Dodge of
Greyston, Riverdale, are receiving con
gratulations on the birth of a son last
Tuesday. The child will be called
Cleveland E. Dodge. Jr. Mi*. Dodge wag
Mifis Pauline Morgan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Fellowes Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus T. Klrby en
tertained the Neighborhood Club Tues
day night at their home, 7 East Ninth
street, where Mme. Ruano Boglslav
sang. The members of this club are
residents of the Washington Square
district.
WASHINGTON.
Miss Mabel Boardman in in New York
to remain for sefbral days.
_____ ?
The Second Counselor of the Hun
garian legation. Mr. Paul De Hevesy,
has been promoted to First Counselor
and transferred to Paris.
Senator T. Coleman du Pont of Dela
ware has returned to Washington from
Florida and Is at the Willard.
Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Van A. MacMurrav,
who are taking a brief holiday in Ber
muda. will return to Washington about
March 17.
Mrs. John R. Mitchell was hostess at
a luncheon yesterday given in compll
I ment to her debutante nleca. Miss
I Martha Hawley. The guests Included
; Miss Frances Hampson, Miss Frances
; Morrow and Miss Beatrice M. Beck.
Brlg.-Gen. and Mrs. Douglas Mac
I Arthur, the latter formerly Mrs. Crom
well Brooks, were entertained at dinner
| last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Wortcott. Gen. and Mrs. MacArthur
will bo at tlielr Washington residence
for ten days or so before going to West
Point.
Tlte Vice-President and Mrs. Coolidge
were entertained a*, dinner las* evening
by Senator and Mrs. Frank B. Kellosrg.
the company to meet them numbering
sixteen. In the afternoon Mrs. Coolldge
was the honor guest of a large luncheon
party given by Mrs. Victor Kauffman at
Rauscher's.
New Tork arrivals at the Willard In
clude John Rade, Clyde Brown, H. M.
Claire. Miss E. F. Cost?llo, D. M. Folsom.
T. IT. Sterling. H. W. Forbas. A. M. Plyer,
R. W. Easley, Mr. and Mrs. fl. C. Hunter,
If. W. Wllmott. P. F. fllblly, C. E. Van
Piper, E. R. Seeley. W. J. Nugent, E. P.
Stahl, G. Ii. Calkins, H. M. Thsyer and
John J. MeCahlll.
i
COSTLY FURNISHINGS AND EMBELLISH
MENTS ESPECIALLY DESIRABLE FOR
CITY AND COUNTRY HOMES
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
And Continuing Until tho Date of Sal*
A Very Important Gathering of
COSTLY FURNITURE
By Celebrated Makers of This Country and Europe
TWO STEINWAY GRAND PIANOS
FINE TABLE CHINA AND GLASSWARE
TIFFANY SILVER, CLOCKS AND CLOCK SETS
EXPENSIVE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES
ESPECIALLY DESIGNED CHANDELIERS AND
WALL APPLIQUES
FINE ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS
AND
A GRAND AUBUSSON CARPET
TO BE SOLD BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTOR
OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE
JOSEPHINE BROOKS
THE EXECUTOR OF THE LATE
MME. EVELYN BOSTWICK VORONOFF
And for Account of Several Private Owners
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER.
NOON3 NEXT, MARCH 13, 14 & 15, AT 2:15
In the Assembly Hall of
The American Art Galleries
Illustrated ( nf.ilojne Mulled on Rwrlpt of Itnf Onllnr.
The ??l? will hf rnndnrted. Ii.t Mr. THOM K. KlttnY ?nd
|,|. Mr. OTTO tEHM'.T nnri Mr. ft. ff. PARKE.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers,
MndUon Squnro Wonth. Entranr* <t B. Md Slpwt, ?W York.
Countess Annesley
Guest at Parties
at Palm Beach
U Entertained by Mrs. E. T.
Stotesbury and Mrs. John
Clinton Gray.
, Special Dispatch to Thi New Yosk !<a.u d.
Palm Beach, Fla.. March 8.?Th?
; winter colony la doing: much entertain
ing and many smart affairs are beins
given In honor of Priscilla, Countess of
Annesley, who has terminated her stay
; on Mr. Alison V. Armour's yacht and i?
with Mr. and Mrs. Jordan L. Mott at
i The Breakers until her departure for
i California. At Mrs. Edward T. Stotes
I bury's luncheon for her yesterday were
1 Mr. and Mrs. Randal Morgnn, Mrs.
Francis I. Gowen, Mr. WllNam Eldredge,
Mrs. Charles A. Child*, Mrs. John Clin
! ton Gray, Mrs. Balnbridge Clark, Mr.
Frederick Jullliard, Mrs. Henry T. Lip
I pltt, Mr. and Mrs. Mott, Mr. Armour,
j Mr. Morris J. Bocklus and Mr. George
McFadden.
Mrs. Gray entertained the Countess at
tea at the Everglades (Hub and -Mrs.
i Frank Pierce Frazler gave a dinner for
lier at Sea Gull Villa last evening, the
guests including Mr. and Airs. Mott, Mr.
, Armour, Mrs. Charles F. Choate, Mrs.
j Richard Morris, Mr. Rodney Thayer,
? Mr. E. L. Arnold and Mr. F. H. Sturgls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Clarence Jones gave
a dinner to-night at Yalta Villa for Mr.
: and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Biddle, Jr.; Mr.
! and Mrs. Alan Corey, Mr. and Mrs. John
; R. Fell, Col. and Mrs. William Hayward,
Mr. Philip M. Plant, Miss Rachel Dierks
and Messrs. Egerton Warburton and
William N. Slater.
Mrs. Charles F. Choate gave a luneh
j eon at Sea Spray cottage In honor of her
guest, Mrs. Richard Morris, her guests
including Mmee. Frederick Edy, Benja
; min Tlghman, Pierre L. Barbey, Henry
I M. Tilford, Francis !? Gowen and John
j Cowdin.
Mrs. Edward R. Thomas has Just com
pleted a portrait of Mrs. Henry J. Miller,
who has terminated her stay with Mrs.
John M. Willys and started for New
. York. Mrs. Thomas entertained at tea
to-day in honor of the Countess Annes
ley. Mr. Thomas has gone from Havana
I to Jamaica before returning to Palm
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Bingham
entertained to-day at a large tea at
their villa on South Ocean Boulevard,
j The Hon. Mrs. Charles Wynn has
I started for N<?w York to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney.
Capt. and Mrs. Glfford A. Cochran,
Messrs. Gordon Dauglas, Lytic Hull and
Bertram Cruger are members of Mr.
and Mrs. Joshua S. Cosden'a house
party.
Many sojourners attended a dinner
dance given at the Country Club last
j night by Commodore and Mrs. Edgar F.
1 Luckenbach and Mrs. E. E. Allyne, going
; on afterward to Jhe moonlight dance
| given at his outdoor dancing pavilion by
; Mr. Horace Chajse. Among those piws
| ent were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Bid
' die, Jr., Mr. Angier B. Puke. Mr. Mal
I colm Meacham, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
j Orahame White, Mr. I.awrence Copley
Thaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitney,
Mias Alice De Lamar. Miss Ann Sands.
1 Miss Consuela Hatmaker, Mrs. David R.
| Calhoun. Mrs. Helen Crocker. Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Singer and Mr. Cornelius N.
i Fox.
! Mre. Piercey Martin of Ker.ilworth.
England, is at the Poinclaiia with Mrs.
G. F. Heubleln gnd Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
Heuhleln of Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Irene d" Pont gave a
moonlight cruise on Lake Worth this
evening. Amons their guest" were Mr.
and Mr.?. William dc CrafTt, Mr. and
Mrs. W S. Carpvnter, Jr., Dr. and Mrs.
James A. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Fuller, Mrs. Arthur TT. Brockie and Mrs.
Felix du Pont.
Mr*. E. H. G. Slater, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter D. Blabon and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter H. B. Fre'lnghuysen were among
those giving luncheons at the Beach
Club to-day.
Mr. Percy G. William* Is having a
large dinner for twenty-flve of the the
atrical colony this evening, and Mr.
Florent Ziegfeld. Jr., entertained four
teen guests.
Arriving at tha Everglade* Club were
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Alnsworth. Mr. find
; Mrs. Charle* E. Van Vlerk, Jr., with
Mrs. M. M. Haywood of New Y'vrk.
I Mr. and Mrs Edwin H. Fltler, Mr. and
' Mrs. C. Heckscher Wetherell, Mr. and
Mts. Paris Singer. Mr. Frank C. Newton
, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Kay were
among those giving dinners to-night.
MIAMI, FLA.
! Special Dispatch to The New Vo*k Hmui.e.
| Miami, Fla., March S.?Mr and Mra
; Charles Dillingham of New York re
j turned from a cruise along the keys on
their yacht Nemaha, and after lunch 1n
! the Royal Palm grill left for Key West.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Acheron and
: Mr. Howard A. Acheson of New York
and Mrs. Margaret Acheson Allison of
Buffalo, who flew to Havana last week
on the airship Nina, returned to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Howsr of Bos
ton and a party of friends arrived to-day
from Palm Beach.
| Arrivals at the Royal Palm Include
! Mrs. H. T. McLaughlin, Miss Dorothy
i Clark, Mr. John A. Bradley. New York;
j Mr. and Mrs. John R Roaclie. Brooklyn :
' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Merrill. W. C. Mer
rill. Sr.; Miss Jessie A. Merrill, New
j Rochelle.
WKATHF.II AT RKIORT*.
! Following are I he temperatures and
| weather conditions reported yesterday
from winter reports: St. AugtHtine, 60.
clear: Ormond, ??. clear; Palm Beach,
go, clear. Miami. 78. clear; Key W**t.
78. clear; Nassau. B. T.. 74, Hear. Cam
den. S. C.. 70, clear; Aiken, S. C.. ??.
clear.
SECRETARY HUGHES'S DA UGHTER
IS ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED
A
Miss Catherine Hughes En
gaged to Chaancey L. Wad
dell, Aviation Veteran.
ipectal Dispatch to Thi N?w Yom Hbmld.
Nm York Herald Bur?M. )
n'H>hin|t?n. D. C., March t(. (
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Hughes to-day announced the engag'
| ment of their daughter, Miss Catherine
Hughes. to Mr. Chauncey Lockhart
Waddell of New York city.
Mia* Hughes was graduated in 191*5
.'mm the National Cathedral School for
sirls In Washington and from Wellesley
College in 1920.
Mr. Waddell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin J. Waddell of Greenfield,
Otilo. He wn? In the Air S?rvloe dur
ing th<* world war. He was graduated
from Harvard with the class of 1918.
He is now wltii the house of Dillon
fteade ft Co.. New York.
Miss Hughes has spent a goodly por
tion of her life since her graduation In
the national capital, coming here when
j her father was a Justice of the Supreme
j Court, fihf has never made her formal
debut. Since her return from Europe
she has given little attention to society,
i A.n older sister, Miss Helen Hughes,
died some years ago shortly after her
graduation.
Just when thf wedding will be held
| is not known.
i Miss Hughes passed part of last
summer abroad, sailing aboard the
j Creti? of the White Star line, on May
' lit accompanied by two Bryn Mawr
graduates, Miss Frances Allison of St.
Louis and Mlsn Elizabeth Kirkland of
Nashville, and the latter's mother, Mrs.
| J. H. Kirkland. /
While Secretary and Mrs. Hughes
. were In Bermuda recently to be with
BACHELOR DIPLOMATS
GIVE DINNER DANCE
Eight Washington Officials
Entertain at Country Club.
! Special Dispatch to Tim New Yoik Hbhai.d
Nfw Vork Herald Bureau. )
Washington, D. C., March 8. |
i Although there will probably be few
j big balls until after Easter, society seems
prepared to dance its way merrily
! through the fortv days of Lent. A dirt
; ner dance, with an amateur vaudeville
j performance, was given to-night at the
i Montgomery County Club by a group of
j eight bachelor diplomats. On Friday
nig*it there will be an army rlance at
| Rauscher's. with Gen. Pershing as the
bright particular star, and on Saturday
the One Hundred Club will have its an
nual fancy dress ball, an event which
was postponed from St. Valentine's day
on account of a death In the family of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes. Jr., at
whose home the ball was to have been
given. Iri their place Mr. and Mrs.
Breckinridge Long will be hosts to the
club.
The bachelor diplomats' party was
twice postponed, once on account of the ;
January blizzard and again on account j
of the illness of a colleague This time, j
j however, it came off most successfully, i
The hosts were Oapt. Jean Rigal and
Mr. Hubert Ouenn of the French Em
bassy, Senor Francisco de Cardenas and j
Senor Mariano de Amoedo of the Span
ish Embassy. Mr. Hector Ayensa of the
Argentine Embassy, Mr. J. de Lager
berg of the Swedish Legation, Dr. Ven
ceslas Sokolowskl and Prince Eugene
Lubomlrskl of the Polish Legation.
Included In the vaudeville program
j was an amusing sketch "English as It
j Is Spoken," In which Miss Manuela
Lloveras and Miss Adillne Oxford took
j part with some of the clever amateurs !
of the diplomatic corps.
j TO AID GOIX'HER rOLLHGE.
Goucher College women of the met- 1
i ropolitan district, as part of their con- )
; trlbutlon to Goucher's $6,000,000 build
| Ing fund, have arranged to dispose of j
| a large block of tickets for the per- !
: formances on March 20 and 27 of "He
| Who Gets Slapped," the comedy at the j
Fulton Theater. The committee in
charge of the benefit Includes Mrs.
Henry Epstein, chairman; Mrs. Will
lam Van V. Hayes. Miss Loretta Lesher,
Mrs. E. T. Parker. Miss Grace Lewis
and Miss Florence Eddowes.
PLAYER* TO AID CHARITY.
Judge Gustave Hartman has Issued an
appeal to stage -.tars to -volunteer to aid !
the orphan babies of the Israel Orphan j
Asylum, of which he In president, with
a theatrical entertainment and fashion
show to be given Sunday evening, March j
9, at the Knickerbocker Theater. Among
those who promised to appear are A1
Jolson, Miss Lenore Ulrlc, Irving Ilerlln,
Miss Marilyn Miller, Miss Doris Keane,
Leon Errol and Frank Fay.
WF.M.fl ALI'MN.i: TO DINE.
The Wells College Club of New York ,
will have a dinner at the Waldorf-As
toria March 21. Mrs. Walter J. Salmon
Is chairman of the committee It will ;
start the campaign to raise |1,000,000 j
for Wells College. Alumnae In other
large cities have Arranged dinners the
same night.
BEAUTIFUL OLD SILVER
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:15
CONTINUING TOMORROW (FRIDAY) AND SATURDAY
AT THE SAME HOURS
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
A Notable Collection of
Beautiful Old English Silver
and Sheffield Plate
COMPRISING MANY EXAMPLES OF
OLD SCOTCH, IRISH
and Other European Production*
OF THE REIGNS OF JAMES I., CHARLES II.. WILLIAM
AND MARY. QUEEN ANNE AND THE GEORGES
GatKercd by a Prominent London Collector
"The. Mont Important Gathering of Beautiful Ex
ample9 of Old English, Scotch and Irish Silver ever
offered at Public Sale in Thin Country."
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 5 P. M.
Thr *ala nIII l>r rnndiK-Ird by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRRY ami
and hli a?al??ant? of ?h*
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Manager*
Marilaan H?|. ferath. F.nfr*n*a ? K. tM Ntra?t, Naw Tart
I'lioto by Haiti* & Ewlng j
Miss Catherine Hughes.
their younger daughter, Miss Elizabeth !
Huskies, who was there with a nurse
because of Illness, Miss Catherine
Hughes remained at their Washington
residence, 1529 Eighteenth street. The
brother of Miss Hughes is Mr. Charles
E. Hughes. Jr., win married Miss Mar- j
jorie B. Stuart,
ARTISTS SPLIT ON
PUBLICITY QUESTION
H. E. Field Announces For
mation of New Society.
Over the principle of publicity, per
sona! or impersonal, what seems to l?
a real split has appeared on the eve
of the sixth annual exhibition ot the :
Society of Independent Artists within
the ranks of the society. Hamilton 1
Easter Field, art critic of the Brooklvn j
Eagle and editor of The .4ri'
signed on Monday after havin
subjected to criticism by members i>
tha board of directors. George F. Of. ,
treasurer of the society, and Gaston j
ly&chaise, a. member of the board of I
directors, also have resigned.
Mr. Field announces that he will form)
a new society, to be governed by the
same ideals that prompted the founding ;
of tho Society of Independent Artists j
in 1916. and he feels confident that he !
will have with him a large number who !
are dissatisfied with the administra
tion of the present society. Mr. Field !
has made his fight from the beginning
against the methods at present In vogue j
in the Independent Society of giving
personal publicity to certain of the
members, preferring, as he says, that
what exploitation there may be shall be
of Ideas and principles, not of In
dividual?.
PRINCE BIBESCO TO SPEAK.
Prince Antolne Blbesco, the Rumanian
Minister at Washington, and Princess
BlbeAco have promised to attend the
fashion fete and concert In aid of war
orphans of Rumania to-morrow after
noon 1n the new ballroom of the PI?7.h.
Mme. Claudia Muzio of the Metropolitan
Opera will sing and there will be a Ru
manian orchestra. In addition Prince
Blbesco will speak. There also will be
a display of the latest spring and sum
mer fashions.
Among those who have taken seats or
boxes are Mme*. T. Tlloston Wells, FCd
ward McVlckar, W. Nelson Cromwell.
Rufus L. Patterson. Charles S. Whit
man. Ogden Reid, T. J. Oakley Rhine
lander, N. Thayer Robb, Walter Graeme
Ladd and Charles II, Dltson.
SOCIAL NOTES.
Mrs. William H. Hirst will give a
dinner to-night for Mr. and Mrs Josef
Stransky In her apartment at 375 Park
avenue.
Mrs. Robert, Carter Nicholas and Mrs.
Robert Wood Johnson of New Bruns
wick, N. J. arc at the St. Regis.
Rev. Joseph M. Denning, rector of St.
Mary's Church. Marlon. Ohio, who was
appointed recently by President Harding
ns Consul-General to Morocco, Is at the
Commodore until l?e sails for Tangier*
to take up his new duties.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denegre gave a
dinner for ten last night at the Rltz
Carlton. Thty will return to-day to
Washington D. C.
Mrs. Charles Whlto Nash of Albany,
State Begont of the New York Daugh
ters of American Revolution, Is at the
Commodore
Col. and Mrs. George W. Kavanagh
of Carlton House. 2'i East. Forty-seventh
ftreet, will give a reception with music
there on Saturday afternoon for Gov.
Edwards of New Jersey and Mrs. Ed
wards.
Mr. Edward H. Jewett of Detroit gava
a dinner to a large par?y of friends last
evening In the Vanderbllt Hotel.
Mrs. Charles A. Dickson and Mrs.
George J. Wlllock of Pittsburgh are oc
cupying an apartment at the Vander. 1
hilt.
Mr. Franklin D'Oller of Flilladelphla
motored over to New York yesterday
and Is at the Vanderbllt over the week
end.
COL. WILLIAM B. BAKER
DIES AFTER OPERATION
Officer of V. S. Food Products
Served in Two Wars.
Lieut.-Col. William B. Baker, aged 44, j
vice-president of the United States Food \
Products Corporation, 25 Broadway, and
a well known shipping- man, died Tues
day In the Post-Graduate Hospital,
where he recently underwent an oper
ation. He was born in this city and
studied at Trinity School. He served
In the Astor Battery in the Spanish
American war and received the Con
gressional Medal for gallantry in the
Philippine service. He was retired in
1915, bur was recalled to active duty in
the world war and assigned to the
port of embarkation, Hoboken.
Col. Baker wa? formerly vice-presi
dent of the Erie Basin Towing and !
Hoisting Company. His wife, Mrd. |
Josephine Durnin Baker, and two sons;
survive him.
WILLIAM C. SKINNER DIES.
Director of the Colt Company of
Hartford Waa ?7.
Harttorp, Conn., March 8.?William
C. Skinner, chairman of the Board of
Directors of the Colt Patent Fire Arms
Con-pany, died this afternoon after
several months' illness.
Mr. Skinner was 67 years of ase, a
native of Malone, N. Y.. and a graduate
of Trinity College in 1876. He located
here in 1882, entering the woolen busi
ngs with the late Gen. Henry C.
Dwight. He became an official of the
Arms Company in 1889, was elected a
director and vice-president in 1901 and
president in 1909. Two years later he
was made chairman of the board, serv
ing until 19#6, when he was again
elected president. In which office he re
mained until last year when lie again
became chairman of the board.
Mr. Skinner was a director in many
corporations. He was a trustee of
Trinity College and served as a member
of the Staff of Gov. Morgan G. Bulkelev
thirty years ago. He recently returned
from a voyage In southern waters hh<1
although he seemed to be benefitted, liis
coJ'dltion soon became worse and for
some time his death was expected. He
leaves a daughter, the wife of Walter
Trumbull, of The New York Herald,
two sons and several grandchildren.
FUNERAL FOR S. L. FRANCIS.
The funeral of Nathaniel Leavitt
Francis, 52, son-in-law of the late Chief
Justice Fuller of the United States Su
preme Court, took place yesterday in
Newtonvllle, Mass. He was a member
of the Harvard and University clubs of
this city. When the world war >tarte>l
in 1914 Mr. Francis enlisted and fought
with the Canadian forces until 'he
United States entered the conflict He
served in the A. E. F. until w,
ended, being promoted to car'
TWAIN'S LETTERS IN SALE
rnrrmpnndriirr With Howell* Part
of Foster Library.
At the Anderson Galleries this morn
ing a collection of book rarities of ex
ceptional Interest, the library of the late
J. Herbert Foster of Providence, will be
placed on view, to be shown until the
sale March 14.
Among the choice Items of the collec
tion is a group of autograph letters from
Mark Twain to William Dean Howells.
ninety-seven in all. constituting a unique
and important correspondence. There
Is also the original manuscript of the
same author's "More Tramps Abroad"
and "Following the Kquator." A collec
tion of seven autograph love letters from
Eugene Field to Miss Julia Comstock,
whom he later married. Is another Item
of great Interest. There is a portion of
an autograph letter by Oliver Cromwell
and a unique collection of Byron auto
graphs.
The Napoleon items Include the
original manuscript of the "Napoleon
Genealogy" and autograph letters from
various members of the Napoleon fam
ily, There Is a fine copy of the first
folio Shakespeare and also of the
fourth folio. Thackeray's "Virginians"
is here In the original parts, with a
portion of the original manuscript. A
group of Washington Items Includes
what Is called the most Important item
from his library, his copy of Gibbon'i
"Decline and Fall of the Roman Em
pire" in six volumes with his autograph
signature In the title page of every
volume except the first. There If a.
fine group of medieval illuminated
manuscripts dating from the thirteenth
to the fifteenth century.
$1,000 FOR ANCIENT BRACELETS
lleltrs From Rain* of Biblical
City.
A pair of gold bracelets from the ruins
of Warka. an ancient city of Mesopo
tamia, which has been Identified as the
original of Ur of the Chftldees. often
mentioned In the Bible, was sold yes
'erday af the American Art Galleries
for $1,000. This was the highest price
of the day In the sale of antiquities from
the collection of Thomas L. Elder. The
purchase was by sn agent for an undis
closed principal. The total for the day
was 17,08*.
Othor items of Importance purchased
hv T. W., agent. Included an Inscribed
stone cylinder of King Nebuchndnennr
for $650; a large co'ie shaped baked
i lay cylinder Inscribed by King Nebu
chadnezzar, a part of the Inscription re
ferring to the restoration of the Tower
of Babel, for $550. and a section of a
stone door of the time of Na-Ram-S!m,
for $250.
qi AINT OLD CHIXTT.E*
An exhibition Is being held In 'he
Frankl Galleries, 4 East Forty-eighth
street. e>7 quaint old chintzes and hand
blocked linens. There sre copies of "Id
French and English master pieces with
historic backgrounds and replicas of
museum pieces.
"C\RMF.N" FOR (HtniTV.
At a special matinee for the benefit
of the Vacation Association Miss
Geraldlne Farrar. supported by Miss
I/Ucreaia Borl, Orvllle Harrold and Jose
Mardones will present "Carmen" at the
Metropolitan Opera House on Frlda*.
i
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
CONCLUDING SESSION OF
THE THOMAS L. ELDER COLLECTION OF
ANTIQUITIES
INCLUDING NUMEROUS
UNIQUE NECKLACES, SUITABLE FOR
PRESENT DAY WEAR
HISTORICAL CHINA AND EARLY AMERICAN
GLASSWARE AND OTHER INTERESTING ITEMS
Th. Wl'! rmgnrtrd k* MR. TW>MA"> F Kinm
hi* Militant'. *r. OTTO HFRNKT mid Mr H II r\KM
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
MadUmt Hrnlh. Kntranr* ? r. Xtd MWot. York.
?. H. COTTRELL DEAD;
CUT COST OF PRINTING
Developments Made Possible
Low Priced Magazines.
The funeral of Edgar H. Cottrell, the
man whose contributions to the printing
Industry made possible the modern pop
ular priced magazine, will be held Fri
day at the Cottrell estate in Westerly,
R. I. Mr. Cottrell dted Tuesday in his
New York home, 924 West End avenue.
He had a complication of diseases.
Mr. Cottrell's father, Calvert B. Cot
trell, before his death In 1893, made it
mechanically possible to print maga
zines on a rotary press such as already
was In use in newspaper printing. Ed
gar H. Cottrell developed and perfected
his father's discovery. Later on he de
veloped the press that makes It possible
to produce cover and Inside pages of
magazines In two colors.
Multicolor work by rotary process was
his next work. He made for the firm
of C. B. Cottrell & Sons, of which he
was president when he died, an inter
national reputation. In addition to his
principal business enterprise Mr. Cottrell
was largely Interested in public affairs.
He was married In 1907 to I^eona Balfe
of Hamilton, Ont. Four children were
born. Nikolas, Leon, Helen and Edgar
II., Jr.
VETERAN OF 3 WARS DEAD.
Theodore C. Havre nt 78 Wa* Still
In Nary Service.
Boston. Marcti S.?Theodore C. Howe,
who served in three wars and was still
on active duty with the navy despite Ms
78 years, died last night at his home in
Ipswich. ,
Mr. Howe served with the army in the
civil war and In an Indian Insurrection
In 1865. He joined the navy in 1885
and during the Spanish war was at
tached to a receiving ship. He was
placed on the inactive list in 1910. In
the world war he wa% called for duty at
the Boston Navy Yard. At the time of
his death he was In the detail office
there.
GKN. BENJAMIN LEFEVnE.
I Special Owpatch to Thu Nrw York Hualp.
Atlantic Citt, March 8.?Gen. Ben
I jamin LeFevre, former Representative
! from Ohio, died to-day at his home iri
| his S4th year. He had been 111 with
bronchitis for several weeks. He was
born at Sidney, Ohio, and served In the
; civil war.
Gen. LeFevre was elected to Congress
j three times, and subsequently was Con
sul at Muehlenburg, Germany. l^ater
he engaged in law practice In New York
city and was counsel to the Pennsyl
vania and Erie railroads. He had made
three trips around the world. Inter
ment Is to be made at Sidney.
FRANK NEWTON.
Frank Newton, a reporter on the staff
of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, died yes
terday morning in Midwood Sanitarium
in Brooklyn of angina pectoris. Mr.
Newton, who was 54 years old, lived at
'?>" Halsey street, that borough. He had
| been connected with the Eagle for thirty
i years. He was never married.
cot.. .1. r. Nirnoi-soN.
Pmi,ADEi-rniA, March S.?Col. John P.
Nicholson, 80, recorder In chief of the
Ixtyal Legion and widely known among
Grand Army men of the United State*,
died in his home to-day after an Illness
of eight weeks
Col. Nicholson had been recorder for
LOST?On (54th at, Ulmn rark and Mart!
I *on ?v.. or on Madlaon a\ car. or
POth St., mar Madlxon a\.. gold claarette
Irn'aM^W ?VU,1'V "C " Jr> lT?r;.'>
inaida C. G.. Jr.. from "E. .f w ?? p...
| S?EmV<Mth .I:16""1 ""*"1 ","'rr rplurn
j LOST?Lady's black moire allk r>a?r contalTT
1 Jim".,"?he'; vinl,y handkerchief with
i. H. R. E.. and about *2 left tn taxi
s i p^v a y?ri'? restaurant aboi.i
* JO P. M., Saturday March 4 Reu * rri
Telephone Leno* 21.-.Q Reward
LOST-Bankbook No. ?814J?. Seamen's Bant
for Saving*. 70 Wall at.. N. T. C.: nay
I ment stopned. cancellation applied for. rieasn
rf>turn to bank.
I r'C?iI?~.Frlri^ nl*h'- Marrh 3. p!*?k!n bill
rnlder. *old mounting, containing , berks
and automobile license. $1,-, reward; no ouan
tlons aaked. O SOW Herald. Herald
LOST?On New Haven train, from New~R(v
r Ci Monday morning. March K. hrltf
BT"'1 P*1'' " returned to room 1107
j 13 West 44th at.
, LOST In or outside Rlalto Theater or In
stu*^.a*nt^r,rr.b**''*d bn*; r*ward Vhon
LOST-PJ^cIan-a black bar. containing Im
j*>~ an? papor?; reward. Dr. r,. K mor.
, Fjior. ? Plaza ftlftfl.
LOST?Citizen papers Kinder please return
to owner. John Scibllla. 41 Underbill av
' urookiyn.
Jewelry.
'.GST-Sunday mornln*. March 5. In Central
j Park, or ..(Hh at., lady'a blue *atln, shell
t top ha*, containing money and Jewelry l or
return to .ashler, Plaia Hotel. r?th at of
, lar*e blue stone rln*. diamond emerald uuard
rlnr and diamond buckle pin. the value will
l??? paid.
I "ST?Saturday afternoon,
Pin. It! rubles 1 pearl, platinum iV/'p^k
ard car. or Hnlev a road house M,rr.,..
road reward; no qiiestlona aska.J.' OWKN
?0. W ? i ti| ?> Audubon
lost -Friday Wan* ?, platlnSSTThamTi^id
I pencil, initials .?. M , two charms, on "l*t
?t. near I.eMnRton a*.: reward. 1.14 |*.?
j ?1 wt *r }UilnHanrtrr V4J5#
LOST? Near R H. Macy'a fur department a
pair of *old safety pins, 3 small pearls'In
each pin. sentimental value attached to the
pine liberal reward. P. K. JAY. 83 Pin.
j I.OST Lady's wrist watch, with Initials "K
I. S. on back. Ill Harlem Opera House
j nV^!nf;retTIi.'fhr>w*rd'
* Lf ?r"
BLAT7.. .'loft Park at.. Richmond Hill, L. f
!'*Vtflnrch ^'dKl>.r*2!,"1t n Sunday:
March ... between Rron* and Wacha* ker,
I Reward Rhlnelander 0151 (IM p. M.>
I '?^T-,rr",V n,?h,? March .1. (nl4 Waf-lV
ttZ:2,An7?**Ln? I'teatlon* asked O 'JO'4
: Herald. Herald sq.
, ?*?'*? nrwARn
??onta'irln* 2? J?j" *"* diamond bracelet
contalnlnf 48 diamond*, loet vtclnltv K4 ??
1 Jltr V,rk,.r"i' * CO ; "th Hi and
*Mh wt, \ anrifrhllt fljfcO
SKWARr?
I ir^SS ?U, V9*lh1* br?c#l#t
I 1^1 h?nf1^?rrhl#f and 1o#t Nfwrrfi 7 b*tw*?n
I l2^1T?rn.grrif!?th. *L ? or In mMmh Mr A C
\ "KN.VRTT, in William Hrnurl jthi
I # ^ $ir>o reward j
; diamond bar pin c?nt,ln?n*
, II diamonds. ?ct in platinum, lost in Soirh
).rook!yn l-ebmary 17 MARf'l'S * CO
5th av anjjjlth .? Vanderbllt St*0
? 100 RttVARn "~~
''"r n<n. contalnlntr
; shout 14 diamonds, lost March ?. s* or b..
tween 44(b Street Thestie and Hotel I o^
ralnc. or In taxlcab flLACK STARR i
KROKT, Bth av. and 4ath stV "TARR <
?100 REWARD I
for of platinum bar-pin. ?#? ?i.h ?
lara# nnd CO ?ma!| diamond/.. 1o*f ThurMiv
Mr" "
fT5 RKWARn
ror return of diamond and onyi earrln* lost
March 4. between Club Rovai and West *,Pth
at., or In teilcab. CHARLTON ? CO ni4
nth av. ? "
J fata, itf,
1 L?^RT?Whlt? poodle, brown marka on eirs
i and tall, Sunday, at l?d and ;,h 2v '
J Liberal reward If returned to C. B R anT
j 44. K'2 W: 14JM l'hc,r Mnrnln^slde "Xt'.a
LOST. Riack and white Vol||e.~na~niid -vie
XV**13rth CCn** ,7'#0 r"Wir'1 WOLF, 804 j
'-T,Tr('0lli*' h'?r*r~whlte. named Jaek"
It ? s con par r.n i 'all Rhcrsldc
LORT?toun# ?reen parrot, Snnday WmTSi
return, regard. CLAt'SKV. .T17 w. Vkli |
STRAY KI? oi stolen, Mar< h 7. lea ~niff |.
I hlack and ? hlte scttet. name.l 1'*|, I
?*. lilt** laiiwi fox nain<-?i ciium m v\a tit ft?i
Information Phon** T4P Qltn Covf Mr* u
NMftTH. M
Found.
rr?.Nn_N,,rk",r*- 1 Bluattle fan ?f
r.J ,\a V?' "r"' ??*aM. !
reward. I !IM H?rald. Il-iald
the Loyal legion's Pennsylvania Com
mandery since 1879. He was < halrma
of the Gettysburg National Park Com
mission and president of the Valle
Forge Park Commlaaion.
stMlEI, C. HYDE.
Spokane. Wash., March 8 Samuel C
Hyde. SO. veteran of the civil war. for
mer member of Congress from thi
State and a pioneer lawyer of the North
west, la dead liere after a long illn< sa
He was a native of New York.
D I E D .
Baker. 'IVilllam R. Llndsley. Kate M
Bartlett, .lohn J. Macdonald, John \
Best, Anna Mitchell, Albert M. r
grown..Mary Parker. George h
Buck KaOierine Pennock, Zalmon 3.
Bufh.ff. ('or,ran R'ardnn, Hannah
Cottre I. Edgar H . Saul. Philip C
Plcker*on, Nellie c. Sklnneh W. C.
En^lander, Beethoven Smith. John F
Franx, Mlllus Sprague, Henry
UOldsteln, Rernard Torrey, Henrv F
Graf, Etelka Walsh. Maria
lr?I i?ii? lr" Webster, Laura *.
Kohn Olivia Williams. M?.ry T.
Levlck, Ernest E.
? , . In Meniorlam.
Hafner, Kate C.
BAKER ?On March 7. 1922, Col Wllllan> R.
Baker. u. 8 A., retired, of 78 Youns hv.,
I'elham. N. T., beloved husband of Jose
phine L>. and son of Mrs. Eleanor B a d
thu late William P. Baker Funeral aer
vices at Christ Church. Shore road aid
Pelhamdale av.. Pemanj Manor (rallroa'l
station Pelham), on Friday, 11 o'clock.
Train leaven Clrsnd Central station 10:'>i|
A. M. Interment private. Out of town
papers please copy.
BAKER.-Lieut Col. William B Bsker. So?.
ciety of the Fifth Company. Veterans of
the Seventh Regiment, are requested ?<*
attend the seiAicea of their late comrm'".
?t Christ Church. Pelham Manor, New
\ rl.. at 11 A. M . Friday. March 10 Train
leaves C.rand Central 10:06 A. M. for Pel
ham Station.
Herbert Aldhous, President.
F. E Wilklns. Secretary.
BAKER.?
Veterans of the Seventh P.ejr1m?nf,
N. G. V V With sincere i.-gre' an
nouncement is made of the <l?ath. ???
March 7. of William B. Baker (Ftf'.l*
Company i.
Willard C. Fisk, President.
BARTLETT.-On Wednesday. March 8. 192.*,
John J Bartlett, In his M>th year, beloved
husband of Annie E. Cotton. Funeral
services at his late residence, nreenpr
N. V., on Saturday, March 11, at 1 P. M.
BEST.?On Wednesday. March 8. Am i
? nec Brinckmann), beloved wife of Pavid
Rest, (n her 4"d year. Funeral sen?a
r>.* bet late residence. 2383 Walton av..
The Rronx. Friday, March 10, S I' M.
Istertnent Woodiawn Cemetery.
BROWN.-March 8. 1925. at her reside!! e,
?-?49 West 22d st . New Yorft, Mary. be.
loved wife of William I. Brown Funeisl
services will he held at the Vandetbi".
f'hapel, Tarrvtown. N. Y., Friday, ths
10th Inst., at 2:30 P. M.
Bt'CK?Katharine. Campbell Funeral Church,
Broadway at 66th St., Friday. 10:30 A. M.
Bl'EHLKR.?On February 14, Conrad, he
loved husband of Martha and devoted
father of Edith, Curt and Walter. Fu
nersl services Thursday, March 9, at 10 1
A. M.. at St. James's Lutheran Church.
Madison av. and 73d st.
COTTRELL.?On Tuesday morning. March 7,
at 924 West End av., Edgar H., beloved
husband of Leona B. Cottrell and eldest
son of the Iato Calvert B. and Lydla Co;
trell. Funeral services will be held at n!?
laic residence. 1S1 West Broad St.. West
erly, R. 1.. on Friday. March 10. at J
o'clock.
PICKERSON-At Craig Hall. Atlantic City,
March 8, Nellie C. Plckerson. daughter of
ll? late William H. and Rachel T. Mer
rill. Services private. Interment Green
v\ ood Cemetery.
ENGLANOER -Beethoven, on Tuesday after
noon. Msreh 7, the beloved husband of
Rettv and devoted father of Max 11., Mr.-.
(Jus Lashers, Oavid. Samuel, Robert and
lfenry. Funeral from the late home of
the deceased. 600 West 161st St., 11 A. M.
Thursday. March P.
FRANK ?On March 7. at his resldencs. .".05
Central Park West, Mllius Frank, be
loved husband of Anna and devoted father
of Selma Fruhauf. Funeral private.
GOLPSTE1N.-Bernard. on March 7. In his
47th year, beloved husband of Hattle ai d
dear brother of Ixiuls. Funeral from l I t
late residence, 304 West 93d St., Frida;,
March 10. at 10:30 A M.
GRAF.?Etelks. Campbell Funeral Church,
B'way-tWth st., until Thursday.
HOYT ?CarolIno M Vloyt. suddenly, after
a brief Illness, at her residence, 139 Wist
94th st. Funeral private.
KOHN.?Olivia (nee Blondheim) of 1?0 W'v'?
71st st . beloved wife of Joseph Koh i,
I devoted mother cf Solomon and Helene.
Tuesdav. March 7. Funeral will t?k?
i place at Universal Chapel, co.-nor ."2d
and Lexington av., Thursday, March 9. at
| 11 A. M.
! KOIIN ?Olivia. 140 West 71?t st. The In
fant Welfsre league announces with deep
i regret the death of their beloved treasurer.
Mrs. II. Marrlts, Pre.-,
j Mra. L. Adels. Sec.
LEVICK.? Ernest Edward. Campbell Funeral
Church. B'wa", With st.. Saturday. 2 P. M.
LIN PSLF.Y.?Kate M (Mrs. Stuart), at
Oiange, N. J., on March 8. Funeral serv
l<e* win he Veld at her late residence. 81
Cleveland st.. on Friday. March 10, st 1
P. M. Interment In Rosedale Cemeter/
at tl?e convenience of the family.
MACDONALP.?At Tonopah. Nev., Tue-ds- .
i March 7. 1S22. John Archibald, son of tha
late Pr James Macdonald and Eliza 11.
Macdonald.
MITCHELL-Albert Minturn Post, son of
the late Roland C.reene and Cornelia Pott
Mitchell, suddenly, at New York clt.v,
March fi. Funeral service# will be held at
<'hup-h of the Holy Communion. 20th s'.
and 8th av.. Thursday, March 9. 10 A. M.
PARKER. ? At Hasbrouck Height*. N. J..
March 7. 1922. <Jeorg? F., beloved hus
band of Jessie H Parker, aged K2 years.
Funeral services at his late residence. 1*3
Terrace av.. Hasbrouck Heights, Thursday
evening. March 9. at 8 o'clock. Interment
Woodiawn Cemetery. Newark. N. J.
PENNOCK.?At Bloom field. N. J., on Ti es.
I day. March 7. 1922. Zalmon Pqulrsi. hu -
hand of Anns M. Resple r?nro*k, In hW
. 70th year. Funeral services will b- lh I
at his late home, 78 Willow ?t., B'oon,
field, on Friday. March 10, at 3 P. M
REAR I? >N.?Suddenly, on Wednesday. Marti
s, 1*22. at her residence. 113 Prosi>-.t
rsrk West, Rrooklyn. Hannah Reatdnn,
beloved wife of the late Patrick. Nolle ??
of funeral later.
1 3A''L. ? Philip C., Wednesday morning,
March 8. In the B2d year of his ace. son
of the late Julius Saul and beloved brother
I of Lester J Haul. Rose S. I<ew| and K|l,a
Saul. Funeral private. Albany papc*
t please copy.
SKINNER In Hartford. f*onn.. Mart': ?.
1f?22, William C. Skinner, sged 87 years.
Funersl service* at Trinity Episcopal
Church. Hartford, on Saturday afternooa
at 2 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.
SMITH ?On Mareh 8, John F.. beloved "i
of It Anna and the late Patrick Spilth,
brother of Elizabeth, Katherine, Mar
garet, Harry and William Smith, at 1 Is
residence, i",? East 89th et. Notlco of
funeral hereafter.
SPrtAOt'E.?Henrv Lynde Fpra?ue, son of
the late Edward posrs and Anna Aucbln
closs Sprague. Funeral private at con
venience of the family.
TOWREY ?At Phllsdelphla. Pa., on Wednes.
day. March 8, 1912. Henry F. Torrey, in
his anth year. Funeral services at chapel
In Arlington Cemetery. Arlington. N. J .
Friday. March 10. at 2 P. M.
WAI>?H. - March 8. 1922. Maria, beloved
mother of William J. and Ross A. Walsh,
at hsr residence, Cnlverelty av. Re
quiem Mass on Friday at 10 "0 A M. at
the church of St. Nlcholaa of polentlne.
Andrews av. near Fordham rd. Interment
private.
WEBSTER.?Sttddenlv', at Orange, N J ,
March 7. 192'.'. Laura Angellne, daughter
of the late Ambrose and Laura Blnlrg
Webster, of Waltham. Mass Funeral
services at <irscc church. Orange. Thurs
day morning, March 9. at 10 3ft .
WiLLlAMH.?Mary Teter. of Plermont. N. T .
widow of Harman M. Wllllama, at Nobles
\llle Ind., March 7. 1922. Is survived b*
one son, Martin T. Wllllama. Interment
private, at Sparklll, N. Y., Thursdav,
March 9.
IN MEMORIAM.
HAFNEP ?In m?mory of our
tor, Katf C M?fn?r, who dtffl M?rch ?,
1921. Miijr *h? r?#t In prar*
UNDERTAKERS.
John W. Lyon

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