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Sally Beecher the
Bride of Count in
Paris Madeleine
iJean Bertram! tie Luppe, Former
French Officer, "Weds
American Girl.
Upeilat Cable Ao Tire N|j\v York Hrrai.o.
t iifyi igltt, lyji. bu The New York Hibalji.
New York Herald llureau. <
Turin. Muy II. (
Another American girl became a
luember of the French aristocracy today
when, in the church of the Madeleine,
Alias Sally Boccher, niece of
former Ambassador and Mrs. Hugh t.\
V^llace, became the bride of Count
Jean Uertrand do Luppe, a French ofil
<>r during the wan and owner of extensive
plantations, who ni?t AI'sv
Meechcr during her residence In Paris
two years ago.' Tho Rev. Polttcvln,
\lcar of the Madeleine, officiated.
In tlie long procession down the central
aisle of the world famous church
were only three Americans, apart from
'he members of the bribe's family. Th< v
were Ambassador Myron T. Ilerrljl;.
Mr. Julian Allen and Miss Julia Thayer.
Among those present were Mine. -Mil1*
t and, wife of the President; Mine.
1'oincare, wife of Premier Poincaro:
Mr. Sheldon Whithcuso. Counselor of
tin American Embassy, and Mrs. Whitebouse;
Mr. Rldgeiy Carter, Mrs. Thayet
and Miss Thayer, Mr. Perry Belden.
A 'scount and Viscountess de Mareull,
Viscount and A^isFSttutcss de Rouge
Marquis and Marqulso do Pomereu
fount and Countess de Xeuvllle,
1'iiTono du Morgan and Countess do
Mn-epolx.
i no pride s ureas wua mura
braided with ol?l lace on tho corsage
{ die wore a lace veil. Seventy guestl
:< Uonded the wedding breakfast. Th?
honeymoon will bo spent at the bride*
groom's chateau near Agen, .the couple
then going to Italy.
WEDS MINISTER'S DAUGHTER.
JIlvi Ucrlrmlc Schtinruinii flrltle
of C.'lorgy hi mi.
Special Dispatch la The New V.?*k Hbbai.d.
Patebson, N. J., May 11. ? In the
Sixth Reformed Church, I'atcrson, today
Miss Gertrude Schuurman, daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry P.
Sohuumiun of that city, became the
bride of the Rev. George James DetVitt
of Holland, Mich. Relatives and friends
hi led the church, of which the bride's
father Is the pastor.
Tho Rev. Mr. Schuurman officiated,
assisted by the Rev. Dr. Aran Vennema
of Passaic, N. J., former president ol
Hope College, Mich., where both bride
and bridegroom were graduated. Miss
Josephine Belt of Holland, Mich., was
maid of honor and the Misses Ruth Van
Duine of Passaic and Emily H. Duxcn
of Puterson were bridesmaids. Dr. H,
I*. Schuurman of Chicago was best man.
The ushers were Messrs. Ralph Kortcling
of New Brunswick. John D. Muyohens,
the Rev. E. C. McE'.van and J. H
Ardls of Princeton.
The coudIc will reside in Doylestown,
Pa., where the Rev. Mr. De Witt has
accepted a call.
PnENTISS?CAMl'BELl.
The marriage of Mrs. Margaret
Thompson Camfibel!, widow of Mr. Robert
Lincoln Campbell of New York and
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
' rant Thompson of K)w ilt.ven, Conn.,
to Mr. Marshall Prentiss, son of Mr
Henry Prentiss of Rutherford, X. J.
took place yesterday afternoon in tin
Chantry of St. Thomas's Church, the
Rev. Dr. Ernest <U. Stlres officiating
Only members of the immediate familiec
witnesesd the ceremony.
The bride, who for several years lias
made hor home in this city, recently returned
from Paris, whero ski passed the
winter.
Mr. rrcnttirv, Yale, 1W7, served oversi-us
us a captain cf -nfantry attached
to the staff of Major-General George
W. Read.
KOV WE.MIOVEN JOYCE.
Tlic marriage of Miss Elizabeth Payne
Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas W. Joyce of 1S0S Ditmas avenue,
Brooklyn, to Mr. William Wyckofl
Kouwcnhovcn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Kouwenhovon of 2 Rcmseo
i lace, Brooklyn, took place yesterday
afternoon at tlio home of the bride's
.... niii Tlir Ttev. .Tnmi-s Clarence Joiu-s.
rector of St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal
Church, ofllclated. Miss Dorothy
Welcome Swan acted as maid of honor
end the other attendant was Miss Ruth
Pohlnian, cousin of the bride. Mr.
George C. He nek el of Ridgcwood. N*. J.,
brother-in-law of the bridegroom, served
as best man. The ushers wore Messrs.
Thomas H. .Toyse. brother of the bride,
iind John .T. Rcmscn. cousin of the bridegroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Kouwenhoven will
make their home at 1S06 Ditmas a ventre.
Brooklyn.
TO WED .MINN DCRHAM.
The marriage of Miss Estclle Campion
Durham, daugnter of Mr. and Mra.
Thomas Claude Durham of the Hotel
Gotham and Durham, to Mr. William
Brevoort Potts. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Potts of 135 Bast Fifty-fifth
street, will take place next Tuesday afternoon
In the Chapel of St. Thomas's
Church. Dr. Thnvor. mrater of St.
Mark's School, will perform the ceremony.
Miss Marion A. I.ir ton wilt be maid
of honor and Mr. Richard Foster best
i-en. The ushers will Include Messrs.
Thomas Claude Durham. Jr., brother of
the bride; Frederick A. Potts 2d, brother
of tho bridegroom, r.d Gordon Scott.
There will bo a small reception at
iS-erryX
TO-DAY AT 2:15 P." M.
, gAjBMijQSAttam nkw Koa.arr
IMPERATIVE PUBLIC SALE
HY OR III.It OF
THE "HWA MEI" CORPORATION
Or SHANGHAI.
An Important Collection of
MODERN
CHINESE PORCELAINS
nRI'KWIWTIXfl TI1K KINKHT flCOIH <
HONS FICOM rill-; IMI'KltlAI. FACTO ItV
AT KINO-TKII-CIIKN
Including many largo Vases of
fine decorative quality and numer,
out Plant Jara desirable for country
Home*.
ANCIENT
CHINESE PAINTINGS
Amber Necklaces, Snuff Bottles,
Cloisonne Enamels, Yang Chow
Coromandel Screens, a few Antique
Porcelains and Bronzes and Othet
Objects of l-.terest.
The sale AT III He < nmliM <rtl by
UK. THOMAS K. KIKIIV
itml Ills n?sl?tiints ?f the
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION,
Managers,
t, 1 ion! 0 fcnst Mrd ?i., MatUeee *?i. South.
MR. AND MRS. RC
GOING TO PA
mrs. Robert Grav
! Rumors of Break Between
His Third Wife Confir
by Separate
| It was learned on excellent authority
j yesterday that Mr. and Mrs. ltobert
Graves of 7 West Fifty-first street have
decided to part and that diyorce proceedings
will be started soon in Paris.
To all appearances Mr. and Mrs.
Graves were living happily together up
to within a few weeks and the causes of
their differences have not been stated.
Since their marriage in 1314 they have
had a house in this^ity and from time
to time have taken a place for the rummer
in th# neighborhood of Roslyn, L. I.
They also have cruised during the sum1
mer on Mr. Graves's steam yacht, the
I jairlUK WHICH. i
Both Mr. and Mrs. Graves have been
. previously married. Mrs. Graves, who
, was Miss Lorraine Miller, is a daughter
s of Mr. AlvaJi Miller of Brooklyn. Her
> jfirst husband was Mr. Kingaley Swan
of that borough. She obtained a divorce
i In Reno an* twelve days after it hail
been granted she was married to Mr.
i Graves. They have two children.
Mr. Graves had been twice married
| NEW $1,250,000 HOTEL
! I FOR NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Government to Replace the
Colonial, Recently Burned.
Nassau, Bahamas, is to have a new
hotel to replace the Colonial, destroyed
by lire March 31. This was made known
yesterday by R. H. Curry, a resident of
Nassau and a representative of the
Bahamas Government, who will sail to
day on the Munson liner Munamar for
Nassau. Ho will be accompanied by
Kenneth M. Murchlson, architect and
engineer, also by Nathaniel A. Richards,
i builder, who have been requested by
) Mr. Curry, on behalf of the Bahamas
Government, to begin the erection of a
300 room fireproof hotel near the site
of the Colonial. Work will be started
immediately and the new structure will
bo ready, it is said, by Becemoer 31.
The cost will be over $1,350,000.
The Colonial was owned by the Florida
East Coast Company, which at tirst
considered rebuilding, but decided reeanllw
uhfinflnn l. n f r.. 1 Tn tli..
meanwhile pinmotcra undertook to interest
capital in the venture. But the
Bahama* Government, seeing that
further delay meant that there would be
no hotel ready for next season, determined
to act on Its own account Ac1
cording to Mr. Curry the Government
will finance the operation out "of lta own
1 surplus.
In addition to tho hotel Mr. Curry
said the Bahamas Government la backing
another 200 room hotel to l>? built
near Kort Montague, about two miles
front the Hotel Colonial, for use next
winter. It will nlso havo a golf course.
Others who will sail on the Munamar
for Cuba and the Bahamas are K. U
Santos, J. \V. Bailey, N. Richards,
1 George Moollcr, It. Hyland and son.
Miss K. Jackson, Miss Alice Wonderley,
It. Tyncs Smith.
ATLANTIC CITY ARRIVAI.I,
' Uptcial l)i*0at-.h f<? Tiib New Yoik Hjmtt.t).
Atlantic City, X. ,T.. May tl.?The
i State convention of the Knights of
| Coluuibus, which will open hero tomorrow.
was preceded tonight by a dunce
I at the Ambus*.! dor Hotel. .Mayor Butler
welcomed the delegates.
Arrivals from New York at tho hotels
I Include:
Rlt?-Carl?on?Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Jcnningy,
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. George Angus
Garrett, Mis. Seymour J*. Groniwell,
Miss .Iran Tyler, Mr. and Mr*. 11. D.
! wycKorr.
j Truyinorc?Mrs. Allen Rtisll. Jr., Mr*.
: F. a. Layoff. Mrs. C. J. Fish, Mrs. J. F.
Johnson, Jr., Miss M. B. Weir, Master
| Joseph W. McLougbliu, Mrs. C. III.
I Malfby.
I Dennis?-Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A.
, Werner.
Marlborough Blenheim?Mr. and Mrs.
' George Dixon, Mrs. W. L. VVashbourne
i and Ml*s Washbourne.
Ambassador?Mr. an<l Mrs. c. K.
Keel jr. Miss Hannah Kecly. Mr. William
IT. Jaqulth, Mr. nn<l Mrs. W. F. Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith.
PARTY KOIt ILLUSTRATORS.
! The Society of Illustrators will give
i a party to-nlglu at liio Art Center. G.?
Bast Fifty-sixth street, entitled an "Kx!
iilbltlon of Playtime Stuff," in which
: they promise to expose the double art
life led by the members of the organisation.
The program Includes a presentation
of Robeit K. Sherwood's mntis1
lng lecture and film. "Tlnouph Hollywood
with Gun and Camera." and one
| of Lcjaren lllller'a productions,
THE
WERT GRAVES
RIS FOR DIVORCE
Oil
IPSSf
jl^j^ ^ ^
trnmmmmmmm
es in Park avenue.
Wealthy Manufacturer and
med?To Go to France
Steamships.
j before he wedded Mrs. Swan, who was
| considered one ot tho most beautiful
women in Brooklyn. His first Wife,
, whom ho divorced in 1900, was Miss
I Charlotte do Grasse Catlin, also of
1 Brooklyn. Mr. Graves was awarded by
the court the custody cf their sonf Hobeft
Graves, Jr., then 4 yours old. Some
years later he married Mrs. Marguerite
Plant, widow of tho wealthy Henry JJ.
Plant, whoso second wife she was. When
Mrs. Graves died she left to her husband
; a fortune said to be $2,000,000.
I Mr. Graves is a son of tho lato Robert
Graves, a manufacturer of wall paper,
from whom he inherited a fortune. His
interests in the large Business mat nis
father founded still continue. He is a
brother of .Mrs. William 11. Urhart of
1 this city and of Cedarhurst, L. 1.. and
also of Mr. William, l.eon Graves, who
of late years has lived between Paris
and New York.
It has been stated l>y those hi tite confidence
of Mr. Graves and his present
wile that they will leave in different
steamships for Paris within u fortnight.
EARL FRENCH GUEST
, OF PILGRIM SOCIETY
Looks to Common Sense to
Settle Irish Question.
| Field Marshal Marl French of Ypres
I was the guest of honor lust night at a
dinner given in the University dub by
the Pilgrim Society iu the United States.
Elihu Root was toastmaster.
The Field Marshal dealt largely hi
ireneraltles (Rlrinfi: his speech and
1 touched only briefly on the political and
| Irish situations. He said that he (relieved
and hoped that the Irish problem
would eventually be worked out
i satisfactorily by the common sense of
| the Irish people.
AMERICANS COMING HOME.
{ Mrs, fV Seymour Harr tmniiR
Those to Sail l?.v the Aqaltnnln.
[ Special Cable to Tita New Yoek Hbbaid.
j Copyright, II) It. bp The New York Heiaid.
New A orb lleruld Bureau.)
I .union. May II. (
I Anions those sailing on hoard the
I Aquttania Saturday are Sir Michael
j and Lady Nairn. Sir William and Lady
[ Barclay Beat. Sir Nicholas and Lady
, Waterliouse, Mrs. Adam S. Abbott. Miss
i Helen B. Abbott. Mrs. F. Seymour Burr,
Mrs. Jennie Booth, Mr. Alfred Butter;
worth, Mr. A. D. Carmlchncl. Airs. H.
; W. Crocker, thfc Misses E. B. nnd Hope
i Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Davenport.
Dr. Francis H. Davenport, .Mr.
Waldo Fay, Capt. W. H. Goddartl, Mr.
Arthur E. Goddard. Mrs. Helene Hamilton,
Mr. Gustavo llartmiin, Mr. H. R.
Lansdowne, Mr. and Mrs. SJnrlair
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nathan
j Lewis. Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Paton,
T)r. and Mrs. Hamilton Klco, Mrs. Mary
1 B. Thleme, Miss Martha E. Thlenie, Mr.
! William J. Tollcrtdn and .Messrs. K. p.
t I'ah.-t- iinil .T K* Warnnrk
I Kptrial fakir to Tun Nnr Y<*k Hkrii di
Copyright, lttti, ip/ Tins Nkw York Umm.v.
Stw York Herald Korean, I
Paris, May II. (
Anions the passengers who will sail on
I tho Auultania from Cherbourg Saturday
will bo Mr. anal Mrs. M. S. Erdlch, Mr.
' ami Sire. Leopold Hynian, Mr. and Mrs.
i William Peters, Mr*. Fanny Reich ami
I Mi** Lydia Reich, Mr. und Mr*. Samuel
1 Marli*. Mr. Phillip Carroll, (Mr. Jack I,.,
i Davis, .Mr. Adolph Furman, Air. O. M.
| Goldman, Mr. Nathan itlehman, Mr.
Sidney Relnschrciber, Mr. Alex Reoh'
n(User, Mr. Everett Homer*. Mr. Paul
| Such*. Mr. Henry Schwartz, Mr. Leo
Htriner, Mr. Raymond Wood, Mr. Joseph
Welner, Mis* Dorothy Robinson und
Ml** Helen Hamilton, all of New York ;
Mr. Wllllain Fellner of Npwark, N. J.;
Mia* Louise C."Mack of Kummervllle, N.
J.; Mr. ard Mr*, George D. Pratt <>'
; Glencairu, L. I., and Air. Edgar J. Qes|
scner of Dunellen, N. J.
AMERICANS IN PARIS.
j Special Correspondence to Thb Nbw Yjbk
lltU-M.D,
Pari*, April 29.?The following Americans
are registered at the office of The
\ New York Herald of Paris
Prom New York: Mr and Mrs. FIster*.
O. M. Welty. Mies Lucille B. Stlrm,
! Ferdinand H. Stlrm, Mr. und Air*. Louis
I A. Minn. Mr. and Mr*. E. S. Johnson.
Mr*. Lewi*, Mr. and Mm, Joseph BerllnRor.
Miss I'cggy Sanderson, Air. and
Air*. Aleyer de Hotschlld, Mr and Mr*.
Philip Mclrnwltg. Mies AI. de Rials, Mrs.
] Edward llule Smith.
From o'.her places: Clyde 11. Hnoddy,
I Kolkomo. Ind ; Air. and Mr*. C. C. Coai
grove. Cambridge, Ohio: the Rov. 8, P.
Sharpie*, Nebraska; Mrs. Jessica H.
j Ack*n, Washington; Ml** A C. Post.
Mr*, j. H. Graham. Yuma Atlz.:
- NEW YORK HERALD.
PERSONAL IHTELLIGENCE. r
NEW YORK.
Mm. Clarence Oray Dinsmore has returned
from tfao Virginia Hot Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fitz Simons have u
arrived In Ecuador from Europe. Thay '
will be in Newport lalo in the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtisa James
will arrive from their trip around the
| world in June and go to Newport.
{ The Misses Caroline and Elizabeth
White will sail for Europe to-morrow j
; to pass the summer in Hwltacriand.
Miss Eella Emery, daughter of the '
Hon. Mrs. Alfred Anson, is in Koine, j
i and after her stay there will join her !
j mother in France
i .ui . iieiirv i. amain-. wnn ms sia.nu- |
j daughters. the children of Ilia son-in1
law and daughter, fferon and Baroness
Amaury de la Orange, will go to Southampton,
Li. 1., on May 25.
Mr. William Rhlnelander Stewart '
will move next week into the Redmond .
; House. at Hixty-ninth street and Pari; ]
: avenue, which he has leased for ten ;
, years.
I Mr. and Mrs. Flnley J. Shepard will .
go to-day to Byndhurat. their house at |
lrvington. N. Y.. to remain until July, !
when they so to the Catskilis.
The marriage of Mlsa Katharine
Temple Keogh, daughter of Justice and
Mrs. Martin J. Keogh, to Mr. I.orenzo
Semple, Jr., will take place on June 24
in the Church of tho Blessed Sacrament,
!' New Rochellc.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Brokaw of
984 Fifth avenue and their daughters.
Misses Julia and Kdna Brokaw, have
i gone to the Chimneys, their country
j place in Brookville, L. I. They will sail
| on the Olympic June 24. *
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Welch, now
i in Burlingame. Cal.. arc receiving conI
gratillations on the birth of a sou there
I on April 26. Mra. Welch was Mis*
ithuda Full am. daughter of Rear Ad!
uiiral William F, Fullam and Mrs.
| Fullam.
j Mrs. William Crawford gave a dinner
last nigiit at Pierre's for Mr. and Mrs.
I Alfred K. Schermcvhom. Mrs. Eugene
| S. Reynal had a luncheon thoro yester- .
i day for Mrs. I. Townseml Burden anil j
j her mother, Airs. Dennis .Hhectly of
Denver.
Mrs. Thomas Emery gave a luncheon
yesterday at Sherry's. Among liet
j guests were Mrs. Stanhope W. Nixon,
: Mrs. James Denox Banks, Jr.; Mrs.
! Morris Hadley and Miss Katherine
Holt. jy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Brocse and
their small daughter, Beatrice Breese. j
who returned Wednesday on the Olym- 1
, pic. have joined Mrs. Breose's parents, i
1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Claflln, at the
j Kitz-Carlton.
I Mr. and 111* Ten Eyck Wendell and
( Mr. Ten Eyck Wendell, Jr.. of Wash- 01
! ington. D. C.. and Cazcnovia, N. Y, w
have rented from Mr. Dlndley M. Oar- tj,
, risen, former Secretary of War. his
1 anartment at 399 Park avenue for o OI
tenn of years. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell d<
| will open r.&kelawn. Cazenovia. N. Y., sc
their country residonce. In June for the ,
summer.
WASHINGTON.
The President and Mrs. Harding en- w
tertained at luncheon yesterday in honor b<
: of the delegates to the Chilean-Peruvian m
j conference. C
j Secretary of Agriculture Wallace was |
I the honor guest at a luncheon yester- ! a|
; 'lay given by the bureau chiefs of the u
j Department of Agriculture In honor of
' his birthday anniversary. lr
, Mrs. Henry F. Dimock gave a. lunch!
eon yesterday for the Women's Advisory ^
j Council of the George Washington Mei
morial Association. # __
Tlie Argentine Ambassador and Mme. a
Lo Breton were the guests of hpnor at '
a dinner Wednesday evening given by
Mrs. Henry C. Corbln
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fowler en- C
tertained at dinner last night in honor
of the two special Ambassadors from :
I Chile tothe Chilean-Peruvian conference, .,
Carlos Aldunate and Euis Izqulordo.
At Washington Hotels. rr
New York arrivals at Washington a
hotels include: S1
Tho Willard?Wesley Weyman, Mr. r
and Mrs William Thompson, Charles A.
Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Geldard, L. bl
W. Mendes, J. J. Doolcy, Mrs. F. X. p
i Thaw, Joab Banton, Edward W. Bill, j,
I J. O. Whitelaw, Ralph N, Easley, M. G (
I Mi gel, W. C. No)'(l, r. w. U'arrj, j
I* 1>. IvOrec, O. K. Collin*. Jack Leon, r
i James L. Lynch, Frank Coll&liaa, Frank y.
J. Foley and A. P. Naul.
The Shoreham?R. R. Dcseriuiae, 11
Julius Lazo and Arthur Sowen.
INTRODUCES FOREIGN BRIDE, j J
? ???? I C(
Mr. and Mra. J. Van Bcuren |
Mitchell Hold Reception. 'J
' Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Bourcn Mitchell, f(
who were married In Strastrurg last e
month, held a reception yesterday af- c
ternonn in the iRdles" annex of the Met- rl
ropolitan Club for relatives and friends ?
of his family. H
Mr. Mitchell Is a son of the late Mr. h
i and Mrs. Cornelius Mitchell. His brido j]
1 was Miss Adeline Bosch of Strasburg. -j,
Receiving with them were Mrs. George
' R. I?. Schh*ffelln, Mrs. Henry McKcen jr
Fcrrlday, Miss de 1'eyster, Mrs. J. Murray
Mitchell and Mrs. J. Murray Mitchell.
Jr. There wore TtTD guests. Mr. v\
and Mrs. Mitchell will live in Scars- n
dale, N. T.
hi
SOCIAL .VOTES. a
Miss Beatrice Balrd of 2880 Broad- '
way will give a luncheon to-morrow at f<
her home for Miss Catherine Bostwick, r'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. tlJ
Bostwii'k, whoso marriage to Mr, Douglas
G. Fasli will take place on June IT. !
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Baxter of
Cedarhurst, L. I., are at the Rlts-Carlton,
where also aro Mr. and Mrs. Law- y
rence French Percival of Boston. jr
Mrs. James R. Deering gave a luncheon
yesterday at the Rltz-Carlton, her pi
gu'-sts Including Mrs. Jatnos A. McCrea 1U
j and Mrs. Frederick LewUohn. tl
, The Rev. and Mar. Henry V. B. Dar- a
! Ilngton gave s email luncheon ycsterduy n
! at Delmonlco's. g
Alias Marie Lamnrche, daughter ol 4
] Mrs. Henry J. Lamarche of 59 Host c<
Sixty-fifth street, uccomnanled by Mrs
Stephen J. Jtigelow of Boston, will sail .
for Europe on May 24 aboard the Majestic.
Miss Lamarcho and Mrs. Blge- F
low will take -un apartment In London
for the summer, and Miss Lamarche
will spend a short timo in Belgium visit- I
Ing her rolatives. Ci
TO AID CRIPl'LKO Cll II, (?ltl:\.
Among the patronesses for the motion
picture presentation and dance to bo lfi
given at the riasu this evening by
the "Bowers In behalf of the Darrach
Homo for Crippled Children are Meg. w
Henry B. fcj lay back, president of lite or- a
sanitation, who will entertain forty
guests at a buffet supper; Mrs. Edwin 1
! W. Lancaster, Mrs. E. Wyckoff Harris,
i Mrs. 1*ouls S. Kerr. Mrs. Christopher M. fo
l.owther. Mrs. Frederick West MucLton- Hi
aid, Mrs. Charles Henry Ouye and Airs, he
..lames Reginald Foster. The Junior do
ininilttee Includes the Misses Dorothy trn
I Tho npson. Virginia Ittrry. Mary Battln, <"1
Winifred Howell. Frances McCoon, Kath- St
ryn Playback, Beatrice Hrnrd end .lanr' Mi
I Gregory. wi
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 19
ATTLE SECTION 0
n A nT n r /^ri a r* r>
rMni ur
Left to right: Miss Muriel Vandert
of the junior c
Irs. Ernest Iselin and Asso
Committee Are Arrang
4 Aid of Cripple
(Mrs. Ernest Iselin and her associates | b<
1 the French market committee of next j '''
eek's Street Fair in Park avenue for j ?'
v. ..r a ,K.. A..1 I
' Crippled Children, are planning to set in
>\vn In Park avenue a little bit of a ^
ictlon of Paris, where the good green ;i]
lings to eat come from. ,
The older members of the committee g
iclude Mrs. Irving Brokaw, Mrs. Kdard
Van Ingcn, Mrs. Joseph It. Dilorth.
Mrs. Eugene S. Iteynal, Mrs. Her;rt
Lee Pratt, Mrs. Dexter Blagden, ei
rs. Albert H. Gallatin and Mrs. John v,
lintoti Gray. r
They have arranged a French market a
>r the fair. Quantities of asparagus i<
ad peas and other tempting vegetables c
ill be for sale. There also will be flow- b
red hats and amusing sunfconnets,
ridge table covers and copper articles, j J
small merry-go-round will be there lo U
muse tho children while their parents >
? shopping. 1
Tlic vegetables and other articles will a
fEWPORT HORSE SHOW C
FOR COMMUNITY WORK
'enter to Benefit by This A
Year's Event.
pedal Dispatch to Tub New Touk Hblu.s.
Newport, R. I., May 11.?One of the ]
lost important of the big social cvcn,s f-V
t Newport is the annual Newport horse : L
how. This will take place at Che 1 tl
asino on August 28, 23 and 30. The \
^iinflflnrv thi* VMr will ho th#? N'PW-" it
ort Community Center Association, j t(
ic. This will assist in the preservation U
T the Friends Mooting House, a Quaker ; j
istltution established in Newport 200 ,
tars ago. The house and large tract
r land has been purchased by the cor- j
oration after a large contribution from it
jmmer residents and those interested ; s<
1 tlie preservation of property of his- '
>rical value. The building and the \
rounds are being used as a recreation e
inter. ! n
Owing to the deatfc In France of Mr. ' r(
rescott Lawrence, it was necessary to
lect additional officers to the. committee s!
>r this year's show. Mr. Henry t". tj
ldridge la chairman and Mr. Reginald 0
. VanderbUt and r>r. Thomas Ashton
smaln ns members. Those newly elected ?
re Mr. Frank K. Sturgls and Mr. Alfred s|
? Maclay, the president of the National
iorse Show Association In New York, j ttr.
Sturgls is well known in Newport. ,,
hero will be a number of new classes j.
dded with prises this year which will
iterest those who both exhibit and in- t|
snd to be present. H
Mr. Oustave S. Whit? has just com- ^
lete<l a new- composition In the form of
n anthem for the four mixed voices.
; is an old Scottish lament and the
armony is particularly interesting. Mr. ^
nd Mrs. White are at present at Old
'ort Farm. Mrs. White has Just re>vered
from grip and Is sufficiently
covered so as to entertain on Sutursy
evening next. (
Sir. and Mrs. John Aspejjrcn arrive<l .
am New York to-day at Aspen Hall.
Former Gov? It. Livingston Doeckman
?s returned to Providence.
Mr. Lorillard Spencer came from New
ork to-day and was one of those visitig
the Casino.
Princess De Drags nan and Mrs. Bav. 1
ley Dogert, who have been at the j'
tuenchlngor King, left for New York
i. it..hi tuI*,. I rr
rottage here a* usual. having still the
ull place at the Mile Corner. Prln
;a? De Brxganza, who la tho nlree of v
!r. Lispenard Stcwurt. may take a Cl1
>tta pc for the summer.
iiuoh sTgibson in Berlin.
rank C'onrojr, Theatrical Pro- ^
dncer. Alan In fiermnti Cnpltnl.
Special Cable to Tub New Yoaij Hbkud.
)pj/right. IPSO, by Tub New Yosk Hecu.u f
?w York Hrrwlrt Itnrean. I
Berlin. Mot II. I "
Hugh S. Gibson. United Stales Mln- ,
ter to Poland, h?.e arrived In Berlin, j
Another arrival 1* Frank Conroy. who
ado the first production at tho Oreen? *
leh Vlllago Theater. Ho is making 'v
study tour of Germany.
SRIDGK PARTY FOR X. X. I . J','
Among those who have taken tables
r the bridge party to be Held in the l?
?tel Blltmorr this afternoon for the <i
neflt of the New Tork University en- j Hi
wment fund hro Mrs. John F. Mont- ui
mery. .Mrs. Cleveland F. Bacon, Mrs 1 < I
larles If. Truas. Mrs. George A Mi
rong. Mrs Klmer Kllnvorfh ! l<
rs. Kdniund I. M"one> ind Mr l?d
ird K. Dunham. m
1
22. I
F PARIS TO BE !'
TY STREET FAIR ,
' ^ ^ '' ^ ^ ^
Sii
I j
I?
ilt and Miss Virginia M. Ryan j!,
:ommittee. | t
H
dates on French Market/
ing Novelty for the
cl Children. 1
3 displayed on quaint push carts. Mem- ~
?rs of the committee have made a tour 1
the East Side and selected the carts v
ir use. J
There is a junior committee assisting:,
icludlng Miss Muriel Vanderbilt. daugh- .
ir of Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt II.; ,
!iss Virginia M. Ryan, daughter of Mr. I 1
ad Mrs. John Barry Ryan : Miss Joan t
fhitney, Miss Barbara Erokaw and Mrs.
. Oliver Iselin, Jr.
Miss Constance M'cLane. daughter of
Ir. and Mrs. Thomas fc>. McLane of 47
ast Eightieth street, entertained^ sev- I
ral friends yesterday afternoon, who 4
ere invited to meet Miss Jane Cur- t
ier, chairman of the girls who will i
ct as messengers during the Street 1
'air. Mr. McLane is treasurer of tho c
harity and chairman of the advisory t
oard. I
Mias McLane's guests were Misses 1
une Currier. Helen Ward. Peggy Mil- <
sr. Eleanor Fitzgerald,. Edith Sedgwick, t
inrv Mrrrlll, itieohos*- Thorpe, Amy j
Vainer. Eleanor Melchcr, Ethel HoyV '
nd Mary Holland. '
WV MOUNTAIN ROADS
AT THE HOT SPRINGS f
? K U >1 A _
Irs. r reaertc nieuson ?mong n
Those Driving. 1
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pcrial Dispatch to Tjib New Yq*k Houlb.
Hot bprixai, Va., May It.?Mr. and
Irs. Edrnond A. Lynch of Cedarhurst,
i. I., entertained at> dinner tc-night in 1
le Homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A '
lorss of Boston hud a company of Ave ^
i-night for dinner there. Also enter*
lining to-night were Mr. and Mrs. Ross
r. Kldaton and Mr. and Mrs. James H. ]
ohnaon of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs.
ohn IC. Moore of Now York,
n
The mountain trails are now attract- v
ik inoro than tho usual number of
sjourners, n
Mr. and Mrs. William IT Furry and
[r. and Mrs. Lindsay II. Crawford.of
hicago rode In the afternoon to Bald JJ
Lnob and had tea at tho Casino on their f
iturn. t <
Mrs. Fredoric Nleison and Mrs. Mar- l
halt Russell of New York wttc anions
loeo driving through Luna's Gap and ,J
n to tho Jackson River Valley.
Mrs. Campbell Clark. of New York
rove to-day to Fasslfern Farm, where v
tie entertained a company of flvo at ;
ineheon. Mr. and Mrs. (J Rutherford L
averhill of Montreal, who are here on
leir honeymoon, drovo to Fasslfern .'arm
for ten.
Members of the New York colony on w
10 t"nnls courts this morning were Mr. "
nd Mrs. Alexander Torraneo. Mr. and
(rs. Theodore Bogart, Mrs. IT. Klerstcde L
[udson and Miss Koloey Staunton.
Mrs. Robert A. Black has arrived from h
?-vr x?miv unu in viPiuiiK aura. Annur r *
^elly Evans at tho Caea Kiel!. \
NEW SWISS OPERA SUNG.
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11 r( Taurbtr, Tenor nngaafd for 4
Metropolitan, Please*. C
Special Cable to Tub Nrw Yront Hbsuo. r
VPS right, 1922. by Tins, Nbw Yosk Hhuid. 'J
Zurich, May 11,?A 4ro.it many L
merloans were present last night nt |,
10 opening of the International Opera j n
estlv.il. which wan marked by the first ?
erformance of . the new Swiss opera.
Venus," by the Zurich composer, Oth- >
rar Schmoeek.
The new production was a brilliant
jocess musically, largely due to the ^
alee of the famous tenor. Curt Tiiucher, r,
1 the Dresden opera, who haa been ?
ignged for the .Metropolitan in .New
erk. 1 l
JAS. A. WENDELL S FUNERAL, j?
ini?- win<* ?! * i?? un iff i?r?n? liu r ^
Private Ifnlcn.
Alhant, May 11.?Funeral services
>r Jamoi A. Wendell. State Comp- r
oiler, who died Wednesday, will be
?ld privately Saturday at Mr. Wen- ?
.-11** residence In this city.? Arrange- L
etits have been made, however, for
ov. Miller and other State officials to rJ
tend services at. the grave. Ilurlal *
ill he In the Fort Plain Cemetery. A w
wrlal train from New Vork will bring lends
of the lute Comptroller and the i r
irty will go to t|ie grave. I p
Among the honorary pa 11 bearers will . *'
> Jeremiah Wood. Lleutenant-'lov- |
nor; John J. l.yons, Seemtary of
tafe; -X. Months- .Marshall. State Treadrer;
Charles J). Newton. Attorney- L
vi.cral, and II. Kdmued Machold.
Drake? of the Assembly. Mark Craves. '
ahn h. Wood and Charles h. i torn. '
" rctary to the tompuullu, will, bo
men? the rntlheseees
DEAD BOA T'S OLD PILOT, J
CAPT. M'CARTHY, DIES
| l'H
~erried Thousands From the [
Morgue to Potter's Field. !
Tor thirty-five years the skipper of j
he Dead Boat, which ran regularly be-1
ween the morgue at the foot of Kast
'wenty-slxth street to the potter's field
n Harts Island, was Capt. Thomas -Mc'arthy,
a small, gray and grizzled man. He!
Ic died yesterilay in his home in Denox Br
venue, Winfield, L. i. In 180a ilcCnrliy
wan retired on account of failing lla
yesigbt. Ou
Threo weeks ago the eg'd man showed JJtt
p at the Kast Twenty-sixth street pier ^
nd was hailod by the city watchmen. ,
le rcpiied seriously tlwst lie was going Hu
t> tane ?nt the Thomas Brennan and Kr
lie watchman knew then that MoCarhy's
mind was wandering, since the yjc
trennan, ferryboat over the Styx of
lew York for so !o. g, has been tied 1
p for months.
It is estimated that McCarthy. Ini
1 his singular service as pfficial Chaon,
ferried 26,00? to -10,000 bodies from
he morgue to potter's field.
? ??-?r BK
THOMAS GILLEN DIES AT 97.
'Irst Illness In Fatal In \snnrL
CummlMHioner's Fathn. I CIl
Tracking three years only r? "100,1
'homas Olllen, father of Charles P. !
dllen. City Commissioner of Newark. |
ied late on Wednesday night. It was his
irst Illness. Ho wag born in County
loscommon, Ireland, and Ms boyhood .
us spent amid tho scenes o* which |
'liver Goldsmith wrote. He knew many
i Goldsmith's relatives nnd filends. 1
Ir. Olllen was a personal frhnd of
harles .Stewart rsrnell and his ': terest
t tho cause of Ireland's Indep -dence di;
ever flagged. It was Ills lntctilon to I
lake a trip to Ireland this summer, but
is strength began to fail.
Mr. Oillen used tobacco and liquor fn
loderation throughout his life. Ha was , i
n inveterate newspaper reac.tr and be
hen his sight began to fail his uuldren
opt him informed upon events,
ML LI AH AY 11SLF.V MASTLRSON.
London*, May ii.?William Wesley '
iastcrron, American Consul al Plym- j
utli, died hero yesterday after an oper- Fjt
tion for appendicitis. He was norn In ; "i
arrollton, I<>*.. in 1861, and soon after j :
is graduation from the Cincinnati Law I FO
chool was appointed Consul at Aden,
rhbia. from wliich post he reelmed in
88S. Ho returned home ^tnd t> r some
Ime edited a ncwspapei*. In 190S he
eturneil to Aden as Consul and rerved <311
lso at Batum and Harpvt, g dng in J
920 to Plymouth. He leaves vie wife
nd several children. Burial will be in
he Untied States.
lit
AUGUST .MOKBLS.
August Moebus, aged 73, who wS? the
irst Park Commissioner under Mayor
'an Wyck and was for many years
dcntified with Democratic politics In;
his city, died of heart disease yester- i
lay in his home, 78 Uocust avenue. New ]
tochello. Ho was born in this city and I
ras the first "graded" Park Commis- j
loner under civil service. Ho was a I
eader for tnilny years of the old Thirty- j
iftli Assembly district and was at oi"? |
ime an Alderman. He retired from'th.j 1 LU
ace and embroidery business several I
ears ago. He leaves a wife, three
laughters and two sons. , |
_0t ?. j ;
AIRS. . ELBOY FOOTK. Ml
Ithaca, N. Y., May 11.?Mrs. Ulroy
"oote, mother of Mrs. Irene Castle Trenan,
dancer, died of apoplexy early
o-day in the home of her daughter here.
>he was tho widow of Dr. Hubert F. JIC
?oote and had made her home In this
Jty since the marriage af her daughter
o Mr. Treman. Mrs. Tremnn. who has
lecn playing In vaudeville was summoned
io*no several days ago when It was
ipparent that her mother's condition Ml
,vas serious. Mrs. Foote leaves another
laughter. Mrs. H. K. Bradford, , oJr
oirutia'c Lake. Burial will bo In Ctypreir'*
dills Cemetery, Brooklyn, on Sunday
it X P. M.
DR. JOSEPH B. BROWA,
Funeral services were held yesterday
or Dr. Joseph B. Brown, aged 80, who
lied Tuesday in the home of his son, Mi
iVIlllam S. Brown, at Great Neck. D. I.
le practiced dentistry in Brooklyn for
ifty years. He was formerly president
it the Brooklyn Dental Society.
-MRS. WILLIAM H. II I II I.II1 11 T
ilc
Romb, May 11.?Mrs. William Henry
lurlbert, who was formerly Miss Ivath-.
rine Parker Tracy of New York, died
uddenly hero to-day. She was a sj-ell
mown figure in Rome society.
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LOST AND FOUND. |
AUTOMOBILE STOLEN 11/
t Tolo Ground*. Sth av? May ft. 7 P. M.,
'ord sedan, 5645925: UreiW" Md., 220127
Communicate with E. Ti. HOPWOOP. 75
'niton st.. Now Voik city. Telephone lleck
nn xft>7. sA
AUTOMOBILE KTOLK>T
Bulck coupe, model '2248, car No. 743886,
notor 771211. license (1100*0: stolen May ft.
2d at. and Broadway. Communicate with
1. U. HOJ'WOOP. 75 Fulton at.. New York
Ity. Telephone Bookman SOS 7 *!
.OUT?Wallet, possiblyIn taxi, with papers
valuable to owner inly, name l.a Cloche:
award. X. H. WEINBERG, 095 5th av.
'cleplione Pltuta 7ft.Vv _
,OHt?Beaded bate at Winter <5arden Theater
Wednesday; pleaso return, sentimental
aln?; keep money; additional liberal re>
ttnl. Tel. KIngsl.i I,lye JWtX _
A)8T?Silk uinhrolla. thlld'a, 537 5th av.,
Altaian's or Pennsylvania station; reward, go1ERU.
1 Ml Kent et . Brooklyn
OfT?Brown leather povlch, lewelrv. monejr.
Tuesday, K>5th-180th, west side: liberal raard.
1* 17Qtt Herald Washington Hetahts.
Jewelry. st
iOST? Mav 1, JO A. M., express Penr.s>Ivan1a
Railroad, Pullman car between Waalifigton,
D. C., and Newark. N. J.. 2 atone
carl ring and aolltalre diamond ring, old ryj
latlmun setting, Reward. 5 Mutt at.. New
'ork.
.OUT?Diamond atudded platinum lorgncTTc, yo
between Went .'.5?th at. and East ."Ath an.,
n Saturday. May (I. Return to O. E. I>CD,RT,
20 \V. roth st. Receive reward. Plaza
J'l.
,??57?DoSbia pint Inuin bracelet. aai with
diamond" and sapphires, loat In front of
'razee Theater: * ward: Information conId.
ntlal. :il4 Y? sot limh at.
OPT?Hold li?nrt shaped pin with ~l.~ dla- j
mona*. In black eyeglass use; loat in P?e
ark Ubsial reward. Mrs. DUNNE, 2U9
: 11*4 tii. _
.OHT?Vicinity lit)i at. nnil jith ev., Uruokh n.
Tuesday nlehl. diamond aolltalre. 3 atone
lamond ring and "unhurat of diamond*
leward. Phone South liSTi-lt,
7t6t~-6p' n faced wateH and chain with
M. W.'A. ctiami. Sunday evening, between
Impaon, Iflflth and Affiaterdam av.; liberal
award. IMiNk' Academy I.V17. _ TV
,OST?|Hold wrist vrnlch,. Tuesday morning;
Inltlala "M. B."; reward. Rlllfnini 0T4A.
OflT?Antique enrilng, Itroadwuy and lJtlh
mi . reward M. rnlnqanle 2d*' mm
K reward for return of gold vanity, llpatlrk
c??o and perftwie eaae, lost In Manrttao
Yellow tnal engaged at Rrondvav
nd 19th May II. about 10:13 A, M.
otlfv apt. office, 2 .TO TV Tilth a" ^
ffnrlni Apparci.
.OPT?Two ptrca atone mnrten, Saturday w
midnight, IVar! *t., between Fulton ?u i 11
V'Ttl" r>v ; reward llee|<n nn '..'OOlt. 1
7)?T- Habie aearf, Tluiradny "morning, t'arh I
av., between 70th and Hint nta,; liberal II
w, nrrt 81KVKN8. IS Rut T-'! L
,OHT?On "Tiroaitway ear near w . t> i ]!
water eoat with rr?v rollur, cuff*. |(?- A
aril. V1CKRET. 210 Ulveraldt! r>f1ve.
?7r, reward " ' ?
or return of 4-aUln tluaalun aob> nork*
leeo Tout May at or Itetwern lirrmtdlc If
'heater ami M'eat 00th it., or In toxical*. JL
I. TI I_.ee * t o.. Inc . 15 WIMIani at.
( at*. !?ngn Ac.
A?fST- Airedale. May vicinity \iatdiattun
lteaeli: aura right flank: near right Winl ' ?
?*. SHlVBU., Coney lalgnd JKM2.
,(vSIcVAUK'IT; \M;ITNK.8i>AV AJTEJI- 1
NI I' I \\ Hi: VVAtttV I Ml 5t\ 17TH. I
,i <n ! i|iuy, a rhlK-. mi dai
night. fljw. rtrotU. JOHNSON. 157 IS, TSd. ^
_n
VI ARR I A GES.
lB.VTIHg-CAMPnKl.1 r\* ThinMay
II, nt tft, lhomfc' /t Ohurcli. by Hn
Hev. i >r. I'iiim' Stliif. Mia. Mui<iii'
Thoinpaon I'nrnpbill, iiHtijtlifer of the lat.
Mr. Hurl Mia. Ilarry (limit Thompson, ati?l
Mr. .Mar?liall i'Mtlw, boh of Mr. llt-m y
Prontim.
DIED.
tiioff, I-lllio MoeJ,ts. August
Charles U. MeCerty .Inhn
.1- IV,"' * McOttU*: lierna 1 A.
K -r. 'solemn p',^' "V"! U'
lnr"CHrnrrr ^^8
'Eiisnu, Joseph if. HArp/nt. Elizabeth P.
ate. Mrs. Elroy j*1" 'Yao^ ('~ M ety.
Elizabeth V Oeorgen*
dJn. Hat alt BUtmna. Bllzab.-U L.
jy If?ry V' ^ rt-JC. . %v. ??.
inholtz. Di. Cart WllUrtl Rytvl*.
iich. Joint i-oang, Anna L.
tten, Manila B.
In Meinorianl.
rebrand, Jsrob StMpbrtry, Maria C.
than. Caroline Tyler, Charles U.
STHOIF, May !?. LUltP. ayed r.7, beloved
R-lfo of Samuel .r. Beetlioff. devoted
not lie r of Lawrence. Ruby Ajtpleboont.
tyWI, Irene, Clinton. Hazel. Cicero, Alive
?nd Elilltb. Fiuwti.1 10 A. M, May IS,
from chapel, 130 TVeet 120th at.
ITSTLBIV.^-Cliarlea 11. Brustleir., ev
denly. May 0, 1922, eon of the late
JoHvnhlne Hrustleln, in hie 46th year. F
neral services at St. Agnes'? Church,
llockville Centre, Lone Island, Saturday,
May 13, at 0.30 A. >1.
iniSTENSEN'.?Anna, suddenly, on May
10. 1923, widow of Johan Cato Christen ten.
Interment private, Norwegian paper*
plenao copy.
ARK.?On Tuesday. May 9, Ilort Clark,
after a brief Illness. Remain* at Boyerlotvn
Funeral Parlors. 13d at. and 8th ?> .
' - - ..K?, . .in Friday.
II A. M. "Vrlends invited.
fOKEli.?Solnmop, of 101 WMt End ?r.,
unloved husband of tha late Rachel and
ilrur father of Ralph, Resells. Dorothy,
Ans?l and Bylvla Pucker Services a:
Meyers Funeral Porlora, 228 Denox av..
Friday, May 12, at 10 A. M. Kindly omit
Flowers.
I'lGXAC.?Suddenly, at Mamaroneck, N.
If., on Wednesday, May 10, 1922, Frank
Tay Dupignac, lji the 75th year of his fig*.
Funeral services Saturday morning at 11
o clock in tho chapel of St. Tliornas s
Church, 53d mi. and 5th av.
TINGER.-May 10, 1922, Erallo Ettinger.
Funeral Stephen Merrltt v Harlem Chapel,
304 West 120th at.. Friday, private,
rmuso.v?On May 10. 1922. Joseph H
Fergneon. In his 22<1 year, at his residence,
100 West Hist st. Funeral private.
OTE.?Mis. Klroy Foote, widow of Dr.
Hubert T. Footo, Wednesday, May 10, at
llie residence of her daughter, Mrs. II. K.
Tlx man, at Ithaca. N. Y. Burial service
Sunday at 2 P. M., Cypress Hllla Cemetery.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
RETY ? Elizabeth A., on Tuesday. May
1. dearly beloved daughter of Mary JO.
ind the la to Joseph I? tlerety, at her
residence, 10 East 130th st. Requiem Mass
st All Saints' Church, Madison av. and
129th St., Friday at 10 A. M
IDSOX.?On May 10. 1922, at WeHtpor',
Conn., Sarah, beloved wife of William
Hudson. Funeral from her lata residence,
134 West Ik.th St., New York, on Saturday,
May 13, 1U22. at 9 A. M., thence to the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament, West
71st st.. where a Requle^i Mass will be
enid for the repose of her soul. Auto cortege.
tEY.?Mary E. (ne? Msndigo of 1192 Buahwick
av.I, beloved wile of John H. and
mother of Harold >1., suddenly on May
10, 1022. Funernl service Friday evening
at n o'clock at Fcth'e funeral chapel. 1%
Palmetto st.. nr-ar Broadway. Brooklyn.
Highland Falls (N. Y.) papers p'ease copy.
MHOLTZ ? At Saronac Ijike, N. Y., on
May 5, Dr. Carl Lumheltz. Interment
Saranaj: Lake, Saturday, May 13.
NCH.?John, on May 11. Remains at
Stephen Mcirltt's Harlem Funeral Chapel,
394 West 120th at., until Saturday.
2LL.EN.? Mav 1(1. 1922. Martha B. Mailer.
Private funeral services at tile residence
of her alefr. Sarah C. Xlver, 428 Wert
2.7d st., Friday <Vetltng, 8 o'clock. Interment
Hudson, N. Y. Hudson, N. Y.,
papers please copy.
)EHUK?August. euridenly, on Wednesday,
May 10, 1022, beloved liusband nf Clara
Morbus (nee Schlatter), in Ills 73d yea*-.
Funeral from his late residence, 78 Locust
av.. Sew ltochelle, on Sunday. May 14, at
2 P, M. Masonic services by Wteland
"14. F. Jt A. 11., at Woodlawn
Cemetery, at 2:30 P. Jr.
tCARTY.?On Wednesday, May 10. 10;.-.
Cap*, John McCarty. retired, beloved hur
hand of Nellie McCarty. Relatives and
friends, also members of Washington
ls?dg.' No. 21, F. and A. M.: also member*
(.'amp No. d. 1". O. 8, of A. are cap*-( tally
Invited to attend funeral services o
Friday evening. JJfiy 12, at 8 o'clock, of
hid late residence, .72 lanox av., Wlnfleld.
I- I. Take Corona subway from Grand
Central depot to Flak nv. Interment prf.
vate. Philadelphia papers please ropy.
QUIRE.?On Wednesday. May 10. Rernard
A., Beloved husband nf Annie McColm
(neo I'dllllps i nnd father of John B. MeQuire.
Funeral from bis In to resldenc.-,
2717 2d aw (114th St.), Satuid.lv. May 1 :.
Pt.'lu A. M. 1 thence to St. Rita's Chore: .
147th st. and College av.; Itciuie.u Ma-Si. Interment
Calvary.
tNAIR ?At Annapolis. Md.. Tuesday. May
2. 1922. Clara Warren M< Nalr, widow of
llear Admiral F. V. McNalr, U. 8. N.,
nnd inotlier of Commander F. V. McNalr,
U. S N. Funeral aervines Saturluy, noon,
uandard time, St. John's P. E. Church,
Washington. l>. C. Interment at Arllngto- .
ITTIGRKW ?Suddenly, at the residence of
his son, Walter 17. Pettlgrcw, 913/Castleton
av.. Statcn Island. John FJ. In his
S7d year. Funeral services Friday evening.
May 12, nt 7:30 P. M. Interment
at Brunswick. N. Y '
,ND.-On May 10, Eugenia Rlnochard.
LawrMKe, L.. I., wife of tho late Goonro
Curtis Rand. Funeral services at St.
John's Church. Far llockaway, on Friday,
May 12, at 3:1.7 P. M.
ROENT ?Entered Into rest May 10. 192.,
Elizabeth FrssM'.t Sargent, beloved wlf-i
of Chnrl.-a Cheptn Sargent. Funeral sei
vices l'rldny nt 2 o'clock at St. Jaiuo? s
Church, "let at. and Madison av.
[RUWOOD ?At Mount Klsco. N. Y . Ma/
10. 1922. in he 80th year, Catherine M .
wife of the late William H. Sherwood.
Funeral services at her late leeldence. on
Mcl.aln St., Saturday, ?Uv IC, at 7 o'clock.
IYTHE.?On Mar 10. 1922. Ucorgena. beIcved
mother of Maybelle arid Walter
Alexandv. at her ret Idence, 337 Riverside
I'rlvc Funeral services at St. Stephen's
Church, W. oi'th st., east of Broadway,
on saturue- . aiay n. ti a ? .
BVBNS.? At South Orange, N. J., on Mm?
10. 1WJ. lilitaberh L , (Inter of W. N. and
It. fi. arttl Harriet I). Stereo*. Funeral
ncrvtee front th" Clitfrvti at the Holy Communion
at South Or-tnan on Friday at 15
M, Interment at Hu<l?on, N. Y.
RKHF.n.?May 10 lt?5S. Christina Maria
b'treher. Mineral frotn ber lata raaliience,
US AVrat 103d st.. on Friday. 10
A M. Interment Uoudurat, Central
America.
T.I.ARI? Sylvta. Campbell Funeral
i "htinrh. B'way. 00th ?t., Friday, 10 A. M.
Auaplee* Actor*' Fund.
UNO.?Anna lA?f. beloved nlfe of 8.
Marah Ynunf. on Thttr*dny, May II. Setvice*
at her lata reeldence, 140 W'?it 5"th
?t.. Saturday morning, May 13, at It
o'clock.
IN MEMORIAM.
IKBRASD.-Te lovlrir memory of Ja'ott
11:*< brand, who paused away May 12.
1017. Wife, *on? and daughter*.
.THAN.?In loving memory of our dear
mother, t'arolfl.o Nathan, died .May 15,
mot.
ANSRl'Kv ?Ji'f living mAery of our
uf ii r mioi!i' j , ,'mim i ?. .411111- oiniiauui/f
died May 1C. 1950. 3on?.
IJSU.?In l?\lnj memory of Charlea V
TV>t. form fit' of Naw York and Jtroe/
City. who died lt? Ma-port Nawa, Vi ,
May 12. UKH.
UNDERTAKERS.
tTHE HOME FUNERAL -4r
Conducted inexpensively
Call Columbus 8200 << j
When Death Occur* l f I
FRANK E CAMPBELL '
(7ho funeral (?h u rch V?. I
IHtN-mtUUVI II
B_r_o .i <1 w a ?| j r A frth St
,U- III I PBR30NAI. PKItVlcn.
inn W, Lyon ? m
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CEMETERIES. AC
[HE WOODLAWN CEMETERY
23d St., Jerome or t,rxlns::n 8'itxvay.
of vl... ? or JlrprenentikUve.
Tekflioiw Weodla?n WW. i

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