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Secretary Hughes
Gives Reception to
South Americans
George Washington Vie lory
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.Memorial Ball Also Social
Event in Capital.
Spf iul Ditfiatth to Tub Nbw Yokk Uhrald- .
?w YiirL Hriuld Rurrau. I
\\ uxhliixton. !> C.? May It. f
4iu? iiiiN occn inc uuMi si uuy m i
Washington since the> opening week of1
the armaments conference. Beginning j
?for society?with the opening of the ,
Horse Show, it wound up to-night with ;
Secretary and Mrs. Hughes's brilliant ;
reception for delegated to the Chilean- >
Peruvian conference, the tteorge Wash- j
ington Victory Memorial ball, and a
grist of other festivities.
Secretary and Mrs. Hughes enter- j
tained at the Pan American Union
Building at which assembled a company |
representative in happy proportion of ]
diplomatic, official and residential so-j
dety. Supper was served on the ter- j '
race overlooking the Aztec Garden with
a full moon looking down. The Marine I
Hand played during the evening and
dancing brought the reception to a
In the receiving line witti Secretary
jind Mrs. Hughes were Dr. and Senora
Carlos Aldunate and Dr. Luis Izquierdo
of Chile, Dr. and Senora Meliton Porras
and Dr. Herman Velarde of Peru. The
Ambassador of Chile and Madame Mathieu
and the Ambassador of Peru and1
Mine. Pezet were among the guests, j
The Victory Ball was a fancy dress
party, many of the guests appearing in
I he picturesque costumes they had worn
in the pageant. "The Cross Triumphant."
m Wednesday evening. Mrs. Judah
tScars, chairman of the ball committee,
received the guests. Among the box
"holders. most of whom entertained
guests. were the Argentine Ambassador
nnd Mme. l^eBreton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Woods Bliss. Mrs. Wilfred DuPuy,
Mrs. R. R. Uovin. Mrs. Charles Boughton
Wood. Mrs. Sears and Mrs. Henry;
F. _ Tiimoek, who has been for twenty;
' years the leading spirit In the movement
to erect a memorial to George
Washington. This ball was the last ot
a series of festivities preliminary to the[
drive to raise the District of Columbia's i
quota of the memorial fund, which starts'
next week.
The presentation of "Peg de Mon j
Cneur," a French version of the familiar
'"Peg o' My Heart" by the Cercle Co-'
tiuelin, was another interesting event or;
to-night. Miss Frances Hoar, daughter
of Mrs. Frederick Gillett, nad the leading
role, and others in the company were
M'ss Elizabeth Hanna. Miss Anna Montgomery.
Mrs. John Blddle, Mr. Wllmot
jjcwis, air, ? . ue bokoiowski ana -Mr. |
Lynch Luquer.
The performance was given at the'
Masonic Temple for the benefit of |
French soldiers who lost their speech in
the war. and the French Ambassador
and Mme. Jusserand tOere among the
To Become Bride of R. W.
Schuette on May 22.
It was again reported yesterday on;
apparently reliable authority that Mrs.
Florence Gaines Harkness, widow of;
Harry S. Harkness. will be married to
Mr. Robert W. .Schuette and that their:
wedding will take place in this city!
en May 22. Mrs. Harkness was the
second wife of Mr. Harkness. who left j
to his widow a large fortune which |
lie had Inherited from his parents. It'
was amassed in the oil industry.
Mrs. Harkness. since the death of her I
husband, has lived hi retirement at
270 Park avenue. It has been rumored
several times lately that she was en-1
gaged to Mr. Schuette. but there a!-'
ways have been denials. Mr. Schuette1
until a year ago was the agent for an j
automobile company, but he gave up
that business.
Mr. Harkness's first wife, who was i
Miss Marie Moss Harbeck. also mar-i
lied a second time. She brought suit1
against the estate of her former hus-1
hand, after a divorce, claiming an in-;
terest in the fortune, but without avail. :
Mr. Harkness left no children. His
nister is Mrs. J. Kingsley Macomber, j
who lives in southern California when
not in Europe or New York. Mr. Ma- |
comber is well known In racing- and |
has for years maintained a racing 1
At Mrs. Harkness'a home it was said j
she was in the country, and the report
of her approaching marriage could not'
be confirmed.
Commandant at Springfield Armory
Entertained at Plttafleld.
Bpnial Dispatch to 'IJme Nrw York Hcrai.p.
Pittsfiei.D, Mass.. May 12. ? Col.
Thales, Ames, commandant of the
United States armory at Springfield,
and Mrs. Ames were the guests of
honor for whom Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
Montfort Ames had a dinner party here
Mrs. Henry Walker Bishop of Xew
York is stopping at the Wendell Hotel
' here.
Mr and Mrs. E Norton of New Tork
has leased the Rouse Villa at Tytingham.
Miss Mabel Choate and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry A. Rusch of New York are at
the Red Lilon Inn. Stockbridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iviso i Parsons
?f New York arrived In Stockbridge today
and opened their villa.
Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes Is back at
Brook Farm from New York.
entertainment for the Rnlldlnu
In ml la Held Rt Dflmonlcn'?.
A spring festival for the benefit of
the Fordham Vnlvetslty Building Fund
was held last night In the ballroom at
Pelmnnloo's with Russian music by the
Balalaika Orchestra.'
Among members of the committee
were Mrs. Henry Waters Taft. Mrs. i
Martin H. Glynn, Mrs. Michael Gavin.:
Miss rjeorglne Iselin. Justice and Mrs.
Victor J. Dnwllng. Mr. and Mrs. Bird S.
Cnler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hawke,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helde. Mr. and
Mrs. K. Monroe O'Oorman. Mrs. Owen S.
Tterny and Mhs. Edward Patterson.
The marriage of Miss Mnrguret Richmond.
daughter of the president, of
Union College, and Mrs. Charles Alexander
Richmond, to Mr. Charles William
UncMullen of this city will take place
this afternoon at the president's housu
In Srhricctady, N. Y.
Miss Katharine Htird, a daughter of
Mi and Mrs. George A. Hurd of fifi
Knst .Seventy-seventh street, will be
married to Mr. John Bradley Cumtngs
rrr rne afternoon of June * In t lie
Church of the Incarnation. A reception
will follow at the home of the bride's
The marriage of Miss Elisabeth Minot i
CiarkA daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Charles F. E. Clarke, to Mr. John F.
Jelke. Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. John F.
Jelke >4 Chicago, will take place on
June t. ? the Cathedral of St. John the
I'lviri*. A inception will follow at
t i
Mrs. Vanderbilt has gone to hei i
apartment in Washington to remain
until she opens the Breakers in New- j
port next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard Gamble J
of 8.10 Park avenue have gone to their ;
country place. Kal mta, in Hunting- 1
ton, L. I.
Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly and
Miss Ruth Twombly are at Florham, '
their country place in Convent, N. J., j
alter a motor trip to tanaaa. .vi is.
Twombly will give a luncheon there tomorrow.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. George De Witt Williamaon
of 145 West Fifty-eighth street sail '
to-day on the Lapland to remain abroad ,
all summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin and
their daughter. Miss Edith Hope Iselin. 1
who sail on the Olympic to-day, will j
remain abroad all summer.
Miss Marion Taylor, n daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Taylor, who under- ]
went an operation for appendicitis three i
days 'ago at the New York Hospital. '
yesterday ijas reported to be improv- j
:ng. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and their '
duughters returned recently from a trip i (
to Egypt.
Mr. Robert E. Ktrawbridge and Miss 1
Anita Strawbridge of Philadelphia are ,
at the St. Regis.
Mrs. Eugene Van Rensselaer Thayer |
gave a dinner last night at Pierre's, her j
guests including Mr. and Mrs. Albert i
'A. Gray. Mrs. August Belmont. Jr.. Mr. j
.^nton H. Scheler and Mr. Harry D.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Williams,
who had been at the Ritz-Carlton, left
yesterday for Stoneridge. their home in
Stonington. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Osgood
Field, who have been passing n few
days in Lenox, Mass.. have returned to
New York.
Mrs. George G. De Witt will go to
her house in Southampton. L. I., on
M a y IS.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry White will go to
I.rnox after their stay in Washington.
Mr. Charles Lanier will open his house
in Lenox June 10.
Mrs. R. Horace Gallatin sails (o-day
on the Rotterdam to raliialn abroad several
weeks. On her return she will go
to Newport.
The President and Mrs. Harding:, who
left yesterday by motor to be guests of
Senator Edge of New Jersey at the
Seavtew Country Club, near Atlantic
City, over Sunday, were accompanied
by a party of close friends. Secretary
and Mrs. Weeks, who' will also be of
the party, made the trip by train, while
Attorney General Daugharty. at present
In New York, Is expected to join the
The Argentine Amoassador and Mme.
Le Breton and their niece, Miss Manuela
Lloveras, were guests last evening
of Mrs. E. H. G. Slater, who entertained
a distinguished company at dinner.
Former Senator and Mrs. Chauncey
Depew hare arrived in Washington for
their annual spring visit and will spend
two weeks at the Wlllard Hotel.
Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes ent/fcrtained a
company of twelve at luncheon yesterday.
taking her guests later to the
opening of the Horse Show, where Mrs.
Stokes has a box.
Mme. Hauge entertained a small company
at dinner last evening for her
niece. Miss Louise Ross Todd.
At Washington Hotels.
New York arrivals at Washington
hotels include:
The Willard?R. H. Williams. C. T.
Leo. W. F. Brodil, Max Kalter. T). K.
Pliillips, Morris Southeimer, W. .T. Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sherwln and i.
C. H, Moore.
The Shoreham?Edwin T. Grosvenor,
W. W. Major, bowls Straus, Carl D. <
Green and Mrs. Clarence Cary.
The Wardman Park?Mrs. Robert C i
Fisher and Miss Fisher, T. L. Miller. Mr. |
and Mrs. George C. Heck and Mls3 Mary
MpkJ William Hejf Knlr rtn Inn at i
Vandrrbllt for Daughter.
Mr*. William Heye of 100 West i
Fifty-ninth street gave a supper and
small dance last night in the Far East
room of the Hotel Vanderbllt for her
daughter. Miss Mildred Heye, who is j ;
still at school. ; i
The guests were mainly young friends
of Mrs. Heye's daughter and in addition .
there were Mr. and Mrs. James R. Deer- [
ing, Mr. anil Mrs. Lyttleton Fox, Mr.
aiui Mrs. Julien St. Charles Shackno, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Oolford, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wiyets, Mrs.
Turnbull Oelriehs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles i
B. Hill. Mr. Malcolm Graham. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold H. Van Keuren. Mr. I.aw
rence Atterbury and Mr. Edward N.
The last of the Pall Mall supper club
parties at the H6tel Lorraine will be a
flower dance, given to-night. All the
debutantes will wear flower costumes
and the rooms will be decorated with
hundreds of popples made by disabled ,
veterans of the Dug Out. Mrs. Roland
Perry will be in charge of the dance.
.1 j
Mrs. C. Wlckllffe Throckmorton of 17 i
East Eleventh street and her daughter, j
Miss Katherine Hemphill Swift, gave 1
a. tea yesterday afternoon at the Plaza j
for Mrs. Wilfred Dodlngton and Miss ]
n.ullnprnit urif* nnrl Hfliiffhtup of \fo inr.
Gen. Dodington of England. who arrived j
on'the Olympic.
Mr*. Clarece Crittenden Calhoun of j
Washington Is at the Lorraine, where
also Is Mrs. John Elton of Waterbury, |
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Camden have re- |
cently gone to 55 East Fifty-third street. |
which will be their permanent reel- :
The last of the subscription dances j
under the auspices of the Pall Mall
Supper Club will be held to-night In the
grill room of the Lorraine.
Mr. and Mrs. C, Bail Llhme and their
daughter. Mtss Olga Lllirno of Chicago,
who have hern at the White Sulphur,
Springs, are at the Rlta-Carlton for
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison D. Kerr of
Carlton House. 32 East Forty-seventh I
street, who are sailing to-day on the Lapland.
will remain abroad two months, j
Mrs. Frederic Sterry and Miss Vlr- .
ginia Sterry went yesterday to the cot- |
tage they have taken In Greenwich, !
Mrs. J. Byron Taylor of #25 Park ave.
nue gave a dinner dance at the Plaza
last evening In honor of Miss Gertrude
Delia Torre of 60 East Flfty-elghtn
street, niece of Mrs. Arthur George
Meyer, who will be married to Mr. Corydon
Stewart Chlsholm on Saturday.
May 20.
7,00^i t for 1
Europe To-day on
Eight Steamships
i i
! i
J. Pierpont Morgan and Kdward
J. Berwind Among the
Eight liners sailing Jo-day will carry
7,000 passengers to Europe, the largest
number that has left here this year
Two vessels of the White Star I.lnc. the
Olympic and the Baltic, will carrv 3,000
voyagers. The cabins of all the vessels j
will be crowded.
Among the first cabin passengers of ;
the Olympic are Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson ,
Alia,! \l .. T Pl.,'nnrt llnrgln Mr E.
I. Berwlnd, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. G. Billings.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Billings.
Dr. Rexwald Browrt. Mr. and Mrs. William
Hayden Chatfield. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley T. Cozzens, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Dougherty. Mrs. Charles Hasklns, I
Mrs. A. Fillmore Hyde. Mr. and Mrs.
C. Oliver Iselln. Miss Hope Iselin, Mr.
and Mrs. K. C. Mears Kemp, Mr. and I
Mrs. George Owen Knapp. Mrs. Russell I
Law. Mr. and Mrs. Allen MacDougall.
Miss Mary Mnvnard, Miss Mary Moore.
Mr. Warham Whitney. Mr. and Mrs.
George Whitney. M'ss Alary Livingston
Wlllard, Mr. Harrison Williams, Mr.
Benjamin S. Guinness ana Mr. A. M.
Also Marcus M. Marks, former borough
president of Manhattan: Dr. Morris
Manges, professor of clinical medicine
at New York Vniveislty Medical
School : Sir Felix Schuster, British
banker: Sir Charles Ross, of Balnagowan,
and Daphne Pollard, Knglish |
music hall comedienne.
?| ... .u. l!_? ?... XT 1c. Ma, <: a r, 1, i I
former director of the Chicago Opera
Company; Gilbert Miller. general
manager of Charles Frohman. Inc.;
P. J. Bonwit. N.aw York merchant. Mrs.
Bonwit and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bon ,
wltt; Tito Schlpa. tenor of the Chicago
Opera Company, and Fortune Gallo of
the Gallo Opera Company.
Voyagers from other cities include Mr. [
and Mrs. Carol Wilson Alton. Mrs. Ed- . ?
ward A. Lelght and Mr. and Mrs. Xicho- j 1_
las J. Nelson of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. j
John Bancroft of Philadelphia. Mrs. i
Robert Jordan and Mr. and Mrs.tFrank !
Stearns of Boston, Dr. A. C Cop} of >
Pittsburgh and Dr. and Mrs. J. T. 1
Geraghty and Miss Edith Geraghty ol
Voyager* on the Baltic. y
Among those sailing on the Baltic for
Queenstown and Liverpool are Mrs.
Ethel Cave-Cole, singer; the Rev. Ml to
H. Gat?s. vicar of the Chapel of the ai
Intercession; the Rev. R. Downey of ol
London, W. H. Dra(te. Boston manufnc- y<
turer; Albert R. Keen, proprietor of the H
Hotel Munsfield. and Mrs. Keen; Dr.
Iohn Robertson. Mrs. H. K. Lothrop lc
*nU R n r.nthrnn of Dplrnif Mr. Her- M
man Ellis. Mrs. Edward J. Barber. Mrs. pi
Cyril Bowrlng and Mrs. Carlisle Can- a
of New York, Mrs. John M. Gest, Miss hi
Margaret R. Gest. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G
Quirk. Mr. and Mrs. W. Judson Spran- si
kle of Philadelphia. Mrs. W. B. Busk b
and Miss Joan Lusk of Ridgefield and tt
Miss Caroline Harding of New York. si
Dr. Emile Gallemaerts, ophthalmolo- j B
gist of the University of Brussels, who i ol
has been holding clinics in this country | d
for the last month, is returning to B'-U le
gium on the Red Star liner I.aplanri. t"?
Others booked to sail on the T.apland c<
are Flemming Newbold, proprietor of ii
the Washington Star, Mrs. Newbold. 55
Miss .Tan.2t and Miss Nancy Newbold: n
Viscount Hubert y de l.endonck, Prof.
Timothy Drake, lecturer, of Philadel- fi
phla; Desire De Frere of the Chicago b
Opera Company. Emile Rosier. Belgian h
Vice-Consul at New York; Bishop The- w
ophiie Meershaert, Father Nys. Fathet nWulsloff
and Miss Doulse Depreiter? of b
the Belgian Bureau, Mr. and Mrs. Har- t,
rison Dudley Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Do hi
Witt Williams. Major and Mrs. Henry 0|
Meyer. Mrs. W. H. Sauls
The Ounarder Caronla will sail for bi
Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg with
130 first class passengers, 400 second q
class passengers and 37.ri third class. s,
Among her prominent passengers are the t(
Rev. ATonzo C. Baldwin. Mrs. John M. Q.
Best. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Haas.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Hanna. Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert S. Houston. Miss Mar- J\
gnret F. Kerr and the Rev. Edward J.
To Sail on Rotterdam. I ^
The Rotterdam of t'ne Holland Amer- |
whom 460 are first cabin and 560 second
cabin. 8
Among: the prominent passengers will
be Dr. David Jayne Hill, former Ambassador
to Germany and Holland, and *
Mrs. Hiil: Mr. Henry Morgenthau. \
former Ambassador to Turkey, and Mrs. h
Henry Morgenthau: Air. Carlos Arnoldson.
Consul General of The Netherlands *1
at Havana, and Mrs. Carlos Arnoldson. ?
Mgr. M. J. I^avellc is going abroad as *
official representative of Archbishop *
Hayes* to the Eucharistlc Congress In ''
Rome. Also Mgr. Wall. Father Hughes
and Father Ripple, the national director I f
of the Holy Name Society, and Father | ''
Healy of the Dominican Order at Rome '
Also on the Rotterdam will be Mrs ]
Richard Mortimer. Mrs. John M. L <1
Rutherfurd and two children. Mrs. R. w
Horace Gallatin, Mr. Stewart Wiltsee, tl
Mrs. A. Salomon Converse, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Hickox. Mr. R. H. Hupper. cMrs.
B. J. King. Mrs, Kdwln K. Shef- j a
tel. Miss E. W. White, Miss Caroline v
White, Mrs. C. H. Bonnell, Mr. and Mrs. J
C. Storrler Stearns, Mr. If. J. de Lanoy A
Meyer, banker of Amsterdam: Mr. and s<
Mrs. Lawrence Doty.
Also Mr. Robert B. Mantell, Shakes- r.
pearlan actor, and Mrs. Mantell: Henry p
Rosenberg and Mrs. Rosenberg, who Is s
the sister of the late Oscar Hammer- s
R-.eln: August Lambert of Lambert Bros., a
luu'dlAra' PV?r1 Ulrtfhhftfn nroiiirlont nf t.
the General Cigar Company; A. C. Stud- I c
er. editor and publisher of the Montclalr j s
Time*; Mrs. A. C. Btudcr and Mies g
To Study Trade ('and It lone. "
Mr. J. R. Kolliner. another passenger, >
Is being sent by the Governor of Minnesota
aa Commissioner from his State,
to Investigate trade conditions In Kurope.
In the second cabin there Is sailing a
party of the National Alliance of Ro- j
hemtan Catholics of America, number- A
Ing 200. who are going to Prague In or- ?
der to attend the cleathenlc exercises
which will be held there this summer. j'
Among the (110 passengers sailing on |!
the Royal Mail liner Orbita are Pierre v
Monteux, director of the Boston Sym- 1
phony Orchestra, and W. J. Guard,
publicity director of the Metropolitan "
Opera, accompnled by Mrs. Guard. N
Other voyagers are Erlck Hsgon- *
lacher, champion German billiard *
player; the Right Rev. Mgr. Menry
Tappert, George Woolrldue, Chilian P
manager of All-Amerlcan Cables Com- 5
pany; Sonorlta M. R. y' Anaya and P
Mrs. Amada Eyssantier, with a party '
of several other Mexican women. I'
Among those on the President Fill- V
more, bound for Queenstown and V
Bremen with a total of 500 passengers, >
are Mr. and Mrs. John Bammaftn, Mr. d
and Mrs. Henry C. llehrens. Mr. and >
Mrs. C. H. Rlum. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Fallon. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gabien. Mr. <"
and Mrs. L. Fuerth. Mrs. M. F. Gough. T
The National Greek liner Themlstoctes P
will carry 500 voyagers, among them >
Miss TJll'an and Miss .Susan Shedd of n
the Near East Relief Joseph VVhalOn. I
Mi and Mrs. Robert Montgomery and n
Mi. and MpS J. K. Walllngford. C
ffipS H
Countess Edward George Zichy, J
in Fifth
,ady Alistair Leveson-Gow
to Bride Who Eloped W
Day Set for Her Marr
Count and Countess Edward George
ichy, whose sudden ar.d romantic marage
In the Municipal Chapel last
uesday morning surprised relatives
ad friends alike, passed the third day
' their honeymoon yesterday In the
sung bridegroom's apartment at the
otel Warrington, 161 Madison avenue.
The Countess, formerly Miss Charitte
Gardiner Demarest, daughter of
Ir. and Mrs. Wan-en G. Demarest, exressed
delight late last evening over
cablegram she had Just received from
er sister, Lady Alistair Levesonower,
who Is in Paris, in which she
lid, "r am speechless. All love and
lessings.'' It was signed "Helene,"
tat being the given name of her
ster, whose husband was heir to the
ukedom of Sutherland, one of the
dest duchies in England, when he
led in South Africa from Jungle fever,
aving his wife and an infant daughtr.
Lady Leveson-Gower had not resived
cables from New York announc?g
her sister's marriage to Count
ichy, but said she had received the
ews from Paris papers.
Counters Zichy said that the message
om her sister, following as it did the
leasing of her father and mother, made
er very happy. Count Zichy is still
Ithout word from his father and
lother. Count and Countess Belaxichy.
ut he is not surprised, for they are
avellng in Europe and he believes they
five no* yet received messages telling
r his marriage.
To-day Count Zichy said he and his
ride expected io go either to Atlantic
itv to pass some time at the Ritzarlton
Hotel or to Boston to visit
>me of his relatives On their return
> New York the Count is facing an
peratioti for the removal of his tonsils.
Ira. Marjorie Oelrichs Prepares
to Open Her Home.
prcial to Thi Nrv Yosk Hnuu).
New fORT, R. May 12.?Mr. and
Irs. Theodore Krelinghuysen of New
'orIt are to spend another season here,
avlng leased through Deblois & Eldioge
the Egerton L. Wlnthrop place in
lellevue avenue for the summer. Tills
rm dp hip secono season mr xni. aim
Irs. Frelinghuysen, who have many
riends in thp summer colony.
Mrs. Marjorlp Oelriohs will arrive
ronr New York to-morrow to Inspect
pi cottage and to arrange for its openog
for the season.
Mrs. Brady Ifarrlman arrived toa
from New York and is stopping
rith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marriman at
iir-lr cottage in Glbbs avenue.
Mr. Moses Taylor has arrived at his
ountry estate In Mlddletown, known
s Glen Farm, while inspecting his new
ilia, which is nenring completion.
Mrs. Daniel B. Fearing arrived at the
luenchinger-KIng tills evening after a
ojourn in Philadelphia.
Mrs, James J. Brown, who has been
pending some time in Kngland, Is at
iresent at the Shakespeare Hotel,
tratford on Avon, to attend the
hakespeare tercentenary. She will be
mong the guests of sir Thomas Lipon
on a yachting party around the
oast of Kngland, beginning next week.
Ir Thomas will have other American
uest* In his party.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kits Simons have
rrlved in Ecuador from Europe and
rill be there some time, returning to
kwport in the middle of the summer.
(!< < ?/ ( orrr*poi'drn<r to Th? New Vo?k
I'aris. April 30. ? The following
.mericans have registered at the office
f Thk New York Hkralo of Paris:
from N'ew York : Mrs. Spencer C.
ookwood, Joel ^larks, Miss Ella A.
Inlmes, Dr. George M. Price. Iaiuls I>e
I'olf. Miss Bertha Fabel, Mrs. A. Ivan
luckner, Oio E. Evans.
From Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Juus
Strauss. Mrs. E. O. Fonnan. Joseph
1. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoaenfcld,
Irs. J. If Regensburg. Mr. and Mrs.
From oilier place": Mrs. laiigh S
tnclie. Boun'l Brnnk, N. .1 . .Mr. anil
frs. John Fod. Youngstown, O.; Mr.
avid Fod. Youngstown. O. ; Thomas T.
.ie, Cincinnati; Mr ind Mrs. O Beards;V,
Auburn, N. V. ; Mr. Eoran R.
Hikes. Buffalo Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Hikes. Huffalo: Miss l.aura II. Green,
'niche*. Miss. ; Mrs. E Shuyler Stodard.
Albany : Mrs. Clement Frencn.
tavsville, Ky.': Rev. and Mrs. J. C.
leinrlch and children, \kron, O. ; Capt.
S. Tarlton. Indianapolis: Miss B
lavldson. Indianapolis: Mrs. Henry
torke. Cleveland : Joseph N. Chesman,
fewport: Mr. and Mrs. David K. Helretan,
Detroit : Miss Rose E. Drmmon,
etrolt ; Col. W. J Collins. Nortbamp?n.
Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry M
'Inrk, Springfield, Miss.
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trnm a nhntnirranh taken veaterdav (J
i avenue.
1 ti
er Sends Word From Paris 1
Hth Young Nobleman on >
Lage to George Burton. '
I c,
I which have been giving him great | ^
trouble recently. After that, he said, that ' ^
| they hope to take a place in the country. | ?
i in the vicinity of Jtoslyn, until they hear |
i from his parents anil can make their >
plans definitely for the summer. At pres- j '
ent they hope, lie sgld, to go to Europe. 1
visiting Budapest and Vienna, and will !
be away about two months. They also I
| Expect to visit Lady Leveson-Gower !
either in France or England. They ex- . f
pert to spend next winter in New York, j
fount Zichy spent most of yesterday I
I in his room sending telegrams and j
| cablegrams in response to numerous [ *
messages of congratulations. Countess j ^
Zlchy made one of her first nppear- j d
anees alone since her marriage when i ?
j she was seen in Fifth avenue on an i r
afternoon shopping expedition. She j 5
said she did not see her mother yester- i
day but had talked to her by telephone. j I
and that she was completely satisfied , I
with the marriage. Phillip Elliott, a I
young Englishman who served as one j i
of the witnesses of the marriage, has .<
gone to Chicago. I
George Burton, former fiance of Miss '
! Demarest, whom she Jilted on the day j '
set for their marriage, in order to he- j
come the bride of Count Zichy, lias 1
accepted the situation with the best j
grace possible. It was said yesterday j that
he was In the country. Afr. Bur- J '
ton is a son of the late Alax Bern- I '
heimer, wealthy brewer, from whom he !
inherited a fortune. His mother is now
1 the wife of Mr. Frederick Houseman.
I broker. f
Count Zlchv s mother, before her first
marriage, was Miss Mabel Wright of
New York. Her first husband was the
| late Fernando Yznaga. They were di- r
! voroed and she was married to Count I a
Bela Zichy. an Austrian nobleman. q
Gathering Precedes Dedica-.
tion of Washington Building.
[ Members of the National Woman's
J party h.->ld their final rally yesterday at
] the house of Mrs. lA'dig Hoyt. "3 East
! Seventy-fourth street, before sending a
large delegation to Washington. D. C..
for the dedication next Saturdaj of the
I new h adquartere across from the Capitol.
The gathering was so la-ge that an
overflow meeting was arranged, both
being addressed by Mies Elsie Hill,
chairman of the naicnal council, who '
1 came from Washington to tell about the ,
dedication and Mrs. Will Irwin.
At tlx? exercises In Washington, which I
are to be attended by President liar- j *
ding, groups of women will be repre- '
" "'"i Xv li.nrl.,r? Mrs. Hovt will ren- ' I
i resent th.? actresses: Mr?, Irwin, au- '
thors; Mrs. Harvey Wiley, homo work- '
jets Ruth Hale. Journalists, and J,ydl* '
Bucklin. social workers. Mrs. H. O. 1
Havemeyer will preside and Mrs Oliver
H. P. Belmont, who presented the head- r
quartern a donation to the cause rep- i j.
resenting: about $141,000, will he prrsent. r
Among those who are going from New }
York are Mr* Dunlevy Milbank. i j
j Mleha.d Strange. Mrs. Frederick Oeller, j f
Mrs. Talbot Perkiiifl Mrs. Marcus M. ! (
| Marks, Mrs. John Winters Brannan, | (
I Mrs, John Rogers, Jr., and Miss Rebecca
| HourwKch. ' j
singer nml llnnhnntl tn Sail for ' <i
Earope on May 23.
\lr. and Mrs. William B Kahn < Mme. ; i
1 Frieda llempei) gave a dinner Innight v
| at their home. 271 Central Park West. ! t
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. William
A Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf raven- (
stedt and Mr .lames Hpeyer.
Mme. Hempcl ami her husband will ! *
sail on the Aqultania May 23 and she
will give her first concert of the summer '
i In Albert Hall, Kondon. on .Tune 11. t
tenter on she will go to Copenhagen for *
more concerts and at the invitation of C
the King of Sweden on October ?, which 5
Is the birthday of the famous Swedish a
singer, .fenny Kind, she w ill give a con- ?
cert In Stockholm. During the summer 1
Mme. Hempel will sing in the production h
of "Rosencavnller" in Budapest.
niwF.n to hiss imvback. c
Mrs. Henry R. Slav bark gave a dinneiv [.
iss* evening In honor of he- daughter.
Miss Kathryn T. Slayhack. at her lib trie .
1417 I'ark avenu,\ After dinner Mrr L
1 Slayhack took her guests, who included
the Misses Isabel Rockefeller, Virgin! i j G
! Hterry, '"harlotte Demorest. Harriot ,
Carnae. Itomthy Thompson. Mary Os
good Field. Gladys Armstrong. Dorothy v
Morrill. Kdlth McCoon ami Mrs. llorac '
Hltchklss 3d and Mrs. Klllot Phillips, to ^
the movie party and rianc* given at the I
; Plasa hy the Sowera In behalf of the
i Darrach Home for Crippled Children. v
Among the other patronesses were Mrs. I 1
F.dwln W I^ncsster. Mrs. K. Wyckoff
Harris. Mrs. T.ouis S. Kerr, Mr?, Chris- I
topher M KowthT. Mrs. Frederick
West MscDonald. Mrs. Charles Henry 1
Ouvr and Mrs. James Reginald Fester. |<"
1922. J
Dutting Contest I
and Ball Game
at Hot Springs
'wo Outdoor Events Are Witnessed
b.v Large Crowds
or sojourners.
Vital lhxpati.lt lo Thb Niw Yr?w 'Iehai.d.
Hot Springs. Va.. May 1-.?To-doy
as marked by several outdoor event*,
le most prominent being a ' boo" po ng
contest for men players, among
horn were the Messrs. Bedell H.
Hined. Stanley ,f. Wolff, Charles fHilv-iek.
Chester Williams. William S.
oardman and Holla W. Bartlett of New
ork. The contest was held In the upper
I'een and was witnessed by a large galrv;
which applauded the winner. Mr.
Vnother event of sporting interest was
le ball game'between colored players at
le ball park, and in which the Rlcniond
team defeated the Homestead
am, 9 to 1.
\inong those in the grandstand were
tr. and Mrs. Charles Holland Dnell of
ew York, and his sister. Mrs. O. \ .
ean of Providence, Mr. anil Mrs. FtcgiaId
V. Hiscoe. Mr. and Mrs. Ffederlck
Brouson of New York. Mias Lout si
t own of Boston and Mr. B\ ron Wesm
of llolyoke, Mass.
Mr. and Mi s. Henr> Seligman enveilined
at dinner last night in the Homeload
for Mrs. William I''. Sheehan of
>tv York. Mrs. Frederic Niclson of
ev.port and Mrs. Sheehan lunched toether
to-day before starting for New
Mr. t>. Wood McClave of New York
rove to-day to Valley View, where he
ntertained a small party at luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Mierck of
Icveland motored to-da;; to wiiite >>uihur
Springs for luncheon. Air. and
trs. William Heyburn an 1 T'rs. Ale.vtider
Heyburn of Louisville motored
lis afternoon to Warm Springs and on
) the Homestead poultry farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. .Mien and Mr.
harles W. Allen of uocbvLle alsc
lotored there this afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kav? o. London
rove this afternoon throng'- the Cedat
reek Volley to the Cascades.
Mr. Evarider B. Schley, wl.c arrived
his morning from New To-,;, drovf
fter luncheon to the Jacks m .River and
lie Jungles.
Arrivals from New York to-day inin
led Mr. and Mrs. Alber* M. Whitney
Ir and Mrs. Emrr.ett Moon. Mr. and
lis. P. C. Thomas and the Messrs
'I. mas M. Debevoise and t\ G. Agnew.
rhe Honeymoon colony 0ere was In
" jased by the arrival of Mr end Mrs
Jruce Dltmas Bromley <-t Xctv York
Irs. Bromley was Miss ?U;cr Baldwin
augliter of Mr. and AI-s Stephen C
Mr. and Mrs. Mario A. Cuervo arrive<
o-day from Havana to remain a tortlight.
'lerre l.orlllaril anal Mir llai Id
Brock Anionic Arrival*.
The Cunarder Mauretania arrived yes
erday from Southampton and Cher>ourg,
and although encountering threi
lavs of rough weather managed to ree
iff the excellent average of 24.61 knots
nnking the trip In o days 9 hours anc
tf minutes.
Among her passengers were W. 11
Jowa'.er. coal operator of London; Sii
David Brook, former l^ord Mayor o
lirmingham ; Pierre liorlllard. who wen
ibroad because of the illnes of hi
lister and hurried back to go to th'
icdslde of his aged mother, who i
seriously ill; Mrs. A. B. Strawbridgf
'ommander ,T. R. Middleton. Col. .1
Devmour Muller, It. N. on his way h
Washington on a diplomatic mission
Stephen Schillzzl. Mr. and Mrs. Murra;
A. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Hanan
he Misses Hanan, Howard B. Mac
Donald and Harrison Fisher.
tthletlc Awards Made for Year a
The class of 1924 cf Barnard Colleg'
eceived the cup awarded yearly fot
ithletic exdell. nre at the annua) ban
|uet of the Athletic Association, belt
ast night Students Hall, Columbh
"niversitv. The varsity and class team."
eceived their letters and numerals. Th?
leld day cup was awarded to the gradlating
class and 1921 received the swim,
nlng cup. Edna Wetterer of 1121 Jack
ion avenu\ president of the association
nade the awards.
The speakers included Prof. Ogburn
Hiss VVayman and Miss Bird Larson ol
he Physical Education Department
Charlotte McNamara, president of the
issociation for 1922-23, and Dorothj
Surne, 1920. Orilla 1-Iolden, college chee
eader, and Edna Wetterer were thi
oastmlstresses. The Dance Club ga%'
lances during th.3 evening.
"orfy I hnptrra Represented n
New York Aaaorlatlmi Ik Formed.
More than forty chapters of the Ph
Jeta Kappa Sorority were rcprtsentei
it Columbia University last night whet
he Plil Beta Kappa Alumnce Assocla
ion of New York was organized. Thi
s said to be the first association o
'hi Beta Kappa women ever organize!
n tlie United States.
Mrs. B. Ij. Maxfield of Brooklyn, rep
esenting Boston University, was electee
(resident; Mrs. .Maria R. Kimball, rep
esenting Vassar. vice-president, am
(lias Sophie I. Bulow, Barnard College
lecretary-trea surer. Mrs. A Baitoi
iepburn. representing St. Uawrenct
"nl\erstty. was appointed a member o
he council.
Sir Felix Schuster of )-ondon wa
he guest of honor at a luncheon whici
dr. .lames Speyer gave at the City Mid
lay Club yesterday. Sir Felix Schuster
vho Is director of the National Pro
incial and Union Bank of England
?td.. has been in this country for a. fer
veeks, and is returning on the Olymph
(pr- >al Diopatrh to tur New yokk Hnurt
Ati.anttc Citt, X. J.. May 12.?Orea
hrongs of convention delegates are oi
ne HoarawaiK to-nigni. ine .>ew ,ier
ey Women's Republican rluhs'nre at th
'lialfonte Maddon Mall, the New Jer*r;
itate Bankers Association delegates ar
t the Chelsea, and the delegates to th
(cw Jersey .state convention of th
(nights of Columbus are at variou
Gov. Edward T. Edwards and his sec
etary. Marry Foley, arrived at the Ritt
'arlton to-night.
Arrivals from New Tork at the hotel
Travmorr?Mr. and Mrs. Clark W
Jyrnes. Mr. B. Donald Tollee. Mr Fell
Tugdon. Mrs. Rankin Thomson, Mt
leorge V. Oxley. Mr. John E. Burke.
Marlhorough-Bienhelm?Mr and Mn
William Rohe, Mi und Mrs. M
?eneck. Miss Alga Steneck, Ma.ito
ohu Steneck. Mrs. Gertrude Somtnet
diss Charlotte Sommer and Charle
tohe. Jr.
Dennis - -Supreme Court Justice Ed
vard J. McOoldrlck. who Is accompanie
ly Mr. Thomas B. Coughlan,
Ritx-Carlton?Mr. and Mrs Charles C
ferberf. Miss Dorothy Garrard. Mi
lobn P. Morron. Mr. Lowell R. Rurch
V snna W Beeiser and Miss T. ?
Author of Songs Praising En-1
right Poison Victim.
Patrolman John K. J. Perguson, 4!>,
known a?, "the poet of the Police Department."
died yesterday at St. Franj
cis Hospital of gangrene poisoning iie
joined the force in 1WJ and was a patrolman
for several year.". He served
on the Mayor's Committee on Ftent f
i lUillociiiiK uim nna irvcuuj , ,
to the office of the property clerk.
Patrolman Ferguson. whose home was (
it 16l' (Cast 116th street, was the author! i
f a number of poems, including "The ]
Rookie." and two songs of praise for <
i Commissioner Fnright. I i
Charles Rosenb'att. aged 48. who was
engaged in the metal business with the'
| firm of William Rosenblatt, Inc.. 262 j
i Water street, died yesterday in his ;
home. 315 West Ninety-eighth street,
lie had Been ill with a spinal disease.
Mr. Rosenblatt was born in Cleveland. j (
! but h?4 passed most of his life in this !,
! 1
; Norman Andruss, aged 57. fo-merly ai
' cleric lr. the office of the County Clerk j
; of New Vork county, died yesterday i>-1
his hom* in CSoshen. He wUs art expert I
ill harness horse racing and for\sevcral J
years was associated with the late Itob-j
1 ert Bonner, an owner of racing s'siblfs I 1
! Mr. Andruss was born In this city and f
i I ved In Brooklyn for many years.
| The Rev. Thomas F. McGare. aged 76.
for more than thirty years rector of St.
Peter's Roman Catholic Church at Hav!
erstraw. died Thursday in Philadelphia.
| llis health, which had been failing for
' several years, forced his retirement '
' from the pastorate a year ago. He
j leaves three sistets. FuneraT services
! will be held in St. Peter's Church Mon- 1
I day.
Warren H. Small. 43. a patent lawyer.
! who had offices at 111 Broadway. New
| York, died yesterday at his home in'1
'I New Rochelle aft;-r a long illness. lie
; was born in Charleston. Mass.. and had i .
i lived In New Rochelle for two years.
I He was a member of a Masonic lodge.
, His wife, a son and a daughter sur|i
vive him.
Biddekord, Me.. May 12?Thomas ] '.
Judge, general manager of Lord North- :
[ cllffe's paper mills at Grand Fulls. N. fc'.. I
died suddenly t>-day, said a telegram
received by his sisters here. He was a
native of Biddeford and a graduate ot
the Cnlvcrsity of Maine. He had in- :
' stalled paptr making plants in many
' places.
'! MRS. PELTON LEFT $959,733.
. I
- I Steps Taken to Settle fclwtnte of
l)in ;t. Hanna'i Former Wife.
| The Central National Bank and Trust
'Company of Cleveland, as executor)
; and trustee, filed an application yes- j
' terdav in the Surrogate's Court for a
judicial settlement of the estate of Mrs. I
Elizabeth Gordon Pelton, once wife of j
Dan It. lianna and who died in the |
| Plaza Hotel three years ago leaving an i
estate of JS39.733. The petition i3 filed j
now because of the death November 3. j
1921. of Mr. lianna, who was genera! ]
guardian of Miss Elizabeth Gordon i
Hanna, to whom the residuary estate. j
i amounting xo ??, ?? icu >n .v-.
' tether with her mother's furs and jew- \
! elry.
1 Mrs. Pelton's estate consisted of
*i $10,000 cash on deposit in the Metropoli-i
? | tan Bank and in the Superior Savings I
" ! and Trust Company of Cleveland I
' | Among her securities were holdings of j
| American Tobacco. Liggett & Myers, P.
? Lor'Hard & Co.. Eastern and Betnlenem j
; j Steel, Hanna Eurnace Company and !
^ I Standard Oil.
' [ K^rs left by Mrs. Pelton were valuefl
" ! at 735,000, of which a Russian sable
coatee made of two heads, fifty-two J
j tails and fifty-three paws was valued at
$30,000. Her collection of fifty-two
pieces of Jewelry, valued at $73,000. in- ;
I eluded a pearl necklace. $30,000: a pearl
I rope. $8,000: one pair pearl ear studs, j
1 $7,500; a diamond corsage. $1,000: di'i?
inond collar, $3,000, and diamond neck
| band. $3,500.
i Legacies of $10,000 each were beliqueathed
to a sister. Elsie Cordon
i j Steele of St. Michaels, Md., and to \
i cousin. George M. Woolsey of 1 East
t Thirty-fifth street. A bequest of $to0
was made to an aunt. Nellie S. Jaffray
of 27 Rue de Longchamp. Paris. France, j
In connection with the celebration of j
j the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
founding of Ohristodora House th<
| alumni association will give a dinner
and dano1 at the Hotel Commodore this I
? - r>r- tnhn tt trinlev will nrn.
side nml the speakers of the evening
, will be Thomas C. Train, Mrs. Edgerton
Parsons and Miss C. I. MacColl. head
worker of the settlement.
i l^OST?Bag. Will lady who found black velvet
bag front Bariietpa alore kindly comI
munIrate? E. E. DAVIS, Hotel Majestic.
DOST?Brown Ilnston baa. City Hall, .'id av
I <lo\ated, May 10. ontents \ Billable to
I owner: reward. Flushing 1853.
po rewardWallet
containing French military papers, |
passport. valuable only to owner,
i HENRI LACLOCHK, care Welnber*. 6?f> tith i
av. ria/a T0.1S
! LOST?Diamond studded platinum lorgnette,
between Weat ",9th at and Eaat Mth sa .
' on Saturday. May d. Return to f}. E. PT.TPDEV.
30 W. S9tb at. Receive reward, riaza .
1 4 e^O
I LOST?Vicinity Pth at and Mb av.. Biooklyrr.
Tuesday night. diamond solitaire, 3 stone |
| diamond ring and sunburst of diamonds.
Reward. Phone Foutll 3HO-R.
j LOST -Diamond bar pin on evening May i|. i
s ; between Broadway and 09th st and Am
, ] eterdam av. and AOtli ?t.; liberal reward. I
j Rat urn to apt. 5A. 1*0 tVwi BOi I at
. LOST?Friday afternoon, hal pith pear ?. !
| dlamonrta, lapla laault: noaaibly Rlnomlng
" j date's, Madlaon or Lexington av. rare. re
, ! ward t'Jfl Ka?t .'tBtli at.
" ' LOST?Diamond In paper wrapping, aDe I 1
C kaiat no pta liberal reward. Phone Mfa?
LOMHAflPI. Canal W718.V
Li'Si -Cold wrlet watch. Tueaday morning';
lnltlala "M. B."; reward. Billing* 074k.
LOST?AntI'tue earring. Droad* ay and lltftli
i. at.: reward. Mornlngalde 5AS.'i.
t $100 rewatd, return of two diamond ring"
. 1 1 kara' blue white, platinum aetting
1 Initiated W rt n to L K. P.. May. tt-.'O,
and 2 sarat atone, chaaad platinum, loat
e Monday. Benaonhurat BCRRELL. mi :,;m
If , Brooklyn, |
P $2*. reward for return of gold vanity, lip- i
? atlek caae and perfume eaae. loat In Manhattan
Yellow ta\l engaged at Hroadwav,
' and 70th at.. May 11. about 10:15 A. M.
" I Notify *P' of flee. 2:tb W Tilth at. j
j Wearing Apparei.
" | LOST?Thuraday, top 8th av hua, Rlveralde j
Drive, one-akin Ruaalan aable neckpiece.
a: reward. Tel. Col. 07711, 10-1. Moute, Cath. 1
| 101 Til
' LOST -Stone mat'en t . animal a< arf. en
Thnraday. In 5th av. hue or fleat'a, rp.
, ward Phone Schuyler *IB4
, LOST Kur. Wedneaday. between r.pth at.
and 7Sd. Lexington. Pleaae return 2(1 F
7 id. Reward.
I LOST?Sable neckpiece. Vanderbllt Theater.
* I at reel, May 10; reward. Clrele 4017
g ' for return of 4-?kln Ruaalan aable peekpleee
loat Mar at or between Republic
e|,eat?r and TVeat 09th at., or In taxlcah
" A. P. L'e A Co . Inf.. 15 William at.
lata. Doge gc.
! LOST- Airedale. May a, vicinity Manhattan
Iteaeh. aore right flank: mear right hind
1 lep. SH1VBLL. Coney 1aland 3012.
i Puppy biark a- d white. Aunifay
rlgh'. A3g; rpwatd JOHNSON. 1 AT L. 72d.
+** 11 _ *
formerly thief KuKlnrrr of C'liy
Holrr nuil Klri'trlrlO.
Ignatius M. De Varona. aged SO. fornerlv
chief engineer of the Department
>f Water Supply. Gas and Electricity,
lied of heart disease yeserday in hie
lome, 805 St. Nicholas avenue. He was
torn in Cuba, and after being educated
n this country and in Kurope waa
graduated front Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute. In 188S he entered the engineering
department of the old city of
in 1910 Mr. De Varona was appointed
hlef engineer and eight year* ago he
Jas retired on pension He prepared
plans used In the development of 1h?'atskill
water supply and for the connection*
between the Catskill and the
>xisting systems of Manhattan, Brooklyn
and The Bronx. Mr. Pc Varona
eaves three sons and four daughters.
Daniel James, aged 54. broker, at <* ?
line known In Brooklyn athletic tries
as a broad and a high Jumper, died
>f pneumonia Thursday in his home,
140 Hancock street. Brooklyn. He vias
ermerly president of the Brighton Athetic
Club. He leaves his wife, four
trothers and a sister.
L'RTKR?POPHAM.?On Thur?*?v. May It.
1022. by the Rev. Thomas MrCandless of
St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Mrs. E".:a
J. Pophain to l.aurent B. Dryer, hoth of
this c!l> .
A '-\sinter. I/Ouiae Koons, Olivia P.
Bitlqulat, C. Edward Lynch, John
Brnstletn. Charles H. Moeb js. Aucuet.
Puller. Joint, Jr. Mdiare. Thon a? F.
r>f Wild. Caret F. Morris, Mary It. r.
Puplgnar. Frank J. Rosenblatt Charles.
HI*ri, Walter R, Schre.ver John e
ileldgerd. Iiox n M Sm; the, Ceorgena
Itenninaer. Barbara. Tliotnas, Ins
Maiden, Annie H. Thompson. II
Ilnrlbert, Katherine Vllad". Anna A.
Hunt, Reginald R Yo mg. Anna L.
In Mentoriam.
Cat iand H'elina L.
ALEXANDER. ? On Thursday. May 11.
Louise. widow of Otto Alexander and
mother of tlussle Tiedcmann. Frieda
Alexander, .lolianna Cosgrove and Dorothy
Genuerich. In liar 75th year, at her resldanca.
17PO Sedgwick a v. Funeral service*
on Saturday. May 13, at 8 P. M.
Interment private.
BILLQl'lST.?C. Edward Blllqutst. suddenly,
at lila noma, SO Madison avenue. Fr.day,
May 12. Funeral aervlre at the house at
3 o'clock on Sunday. Kindly omit flowers.
BRUSTLETN,?Charted H. Brustleh . sun
danly. Mav l>. 1922. son of tie lata
Josephine Brustleln, in Ills -46th year K
'oral services at St. Agnes's Church.
Ilockvllle Centre. Long Island, Saturday,
May 13, at 9:.'10 A. XL
Cf LLiJN?Suddenly at New Rochelle. N. V.,
Thursday, May 11, Joiiu, Jr.. In Ills eighth
year: beloved son of John and Gladys
Weber Cullen. Funeral private.
BE WM D.?Caret F. I... on May 12. In his
"ilst year, ai his residence, I.arehmout
Gardens, N. V. Funeral announcement
Dl'PIGNAC.?Suddenly. at Mamaroneck, N.
V., on Wednesday . May 10. 1922, Frank
Jay Duplgnar, In the 73th year of Ills ag-.
Funeral services Saturday morning at 11
o'clock In the Chapel of St. Thomas's
Church, 53d si', and 5th a v.
EARL.?Walter S. Campbell !-uner,n Church,
Broadway, I'tfth St., Saturdt y. 2 1". M
HE1DGERD? Dorecn Margarethc. . infant
daughter of llet mar, W and Sybil P.
lleidgerd of Mousey N. V., entered tn'O
res: on May 11. Funeral private from
residence, 142 West 122d, New York.
HENN1NGER.?Friday. May 12. Barbara
Hennlnger, at her residence, 3d 18th a v.
Astoria. Funeral notice hereafter.
HOLDF.N.?Suddenly, on Xfay 12, Annie
Hamilton, wife of John A. Holdtn. Fu
neial services a' the Bun.%iavl? * Son
Mortuary, 15 Son*h 4th \v Mocn' Vet
non, N. Y.. oil Sunday at 1 30 1 . M
Ht.'NT.?Stuyverant hods*. No. 717. F. "no
A. M.: Brethren?You are hereby notified
to attend an emergent t otnmunl' atlon m
Sunday morning. May 1 t. 1922. at 10
o'clock aha id. for the purpose,of paying
the last tribute of respret to our den ased
v orthy brother. It. glnnld S Hunt, at 4.17
Cornelius St.. Brooklyn.
loseph 11. Hall. Master.
Thomas 1.Indent. Secretary.
HURLRKRT-In Home. Italy, on Ma.' 11.
Katheiln-, daughter of the late William
15. and Lucy Kldrldite Tracy, and widow
of William Henry Hurlbert. Boetou pa(tela
please copy.
KOOXS.?At PlaInfield. N. J., at her resl
ilence, Wi.'i Madison ay., on Frlda''. May
12. 1822. Olivia B . wife of Lucius T.
Koons. Services private.
LYNCH. -John, on May II Remains at
Steph?n Merrill's Harlem Ftmeral Chapel.
r.OI West IJflth St., until Saturday.
MORBUS ? August, suddenly, on Wednesday.
May 10, I922. beloved husband of Claia
Moebus luee Schlatter), In his 7.'td veai.
1 une:*l from his late residence. 78 Locust
at.. New Rochelle. on Sunday. May 14. at
2 I*, M Masonic sen Ices by Wleland
Lodge, 714. F. * A. M., at Woodlawn
Cemetery, at 2:30 P. M.
McCiARB.?On May II, 1022. the Rev
Thomas K. McC.are, late permanent r'ctor
of St. Peter's Church, Hart rstrtia, N. Y.
Solemn Requiem Mass at 11 o'clock Monday,
May 1.7. at St. Peter's Church, Haverstraw
. N 7". Office of the Dead Sunday
at 8 P. M Interment St. Peter's Cemetery.
Haverstraw, N. Y.
XORR1S.?At Oraiijje, N'. J., on Thursdav,
May 11. 1922. Mary Holme* Peters, widow
of Ftephen R. Norris, In her 79th year.
Funeral sendee* will be held at 29o Henry
lit 2 o'clock. Interment at Pleasant Valley,
N. V.. on Sunday.
ROSKNHRATT. ? Officer.! and members of
Wendell Phillips Lodge, No. .111." K. of r .
announce with regret the death of Itrother
Charles Rosenblatt, on Friday. May 1.'.
1922. Mentha: s ai* requested to attend
the funei-al. to l? held from hi* la-e
home 315 West 98th at., on Sunday. Slav
It. at 2 P. M
Jacob flllman. Chancellor Commander.
Robert M. Robinson, K. of R and S.
SCURRYER.?l*l\Ingston Rodge. No 1157. F.
ami A. M.?Brethren: 1'ou are hereby
summoned ro attend an emergent communication
for the put post of paying the
last trlbut' of respect to the memory of
our deceased brother, John S. Schreyei.
a; the funetal parlors of Hurr. r>g'|* (
Sort. 15 South ttli a\ Mount Vernon, on
Sunday. May 14. at 2:30 P M Train
leaves Grand Central Station at I :4<l
P. M . daylight saving tint: By ordet of
Francla I'rand. Maater.
George R. Weber, Seeretarjr.
BMYTHE.?On May 10. 1922. Georgcna. heIcved
mother of Maybelle and Waller
Alexander, a' her residence. 3.17 Riverside
!>r!\"c. Funeral services at St. Stephen s
Church, W tiptli St., east of Rroadway,
on Saturday. May 13, at 2 P. M.
THOMAS.?At her residence. 528 West
11 ;tth at . Ina Thomas, wife of I". V
Thomas. Funeral service will be held at
the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. 119
West iflth a- on Mommy, May i,y, at in
A M Interment Greenwood.
THOMPSON - On May 11. Iat t>i I.ttke ?
Hospital. Henrietta Ualinp, wWniv of
ltanlel tl. Thompson, H'uneral from the
1Hnripl.il of Chrlat Central Church, 11}
Weal Hint at . Mondav, 2 j. jj
VII.ADK -At Jeraey City. Thursday. May
11. Itl.'J. Anna Inguats Vllnde tnee Dti*enhnrvi.
beloved wife of til' late Charles A.
Vllad? Relative* and friend* are Iml'ed
to altend funeral terrier a Sunday, May
14. at .10 P. M . a' Iter late re'1 lienor,
2" Maillaon av . Jn? > Clt>. Interment
Monday morning
YOCNO.?Anna I.o?e, beloved wife of si.
Marali Young, on Tlnir*day. May II. Her.
vtcoa at Iter late rraldence. 140 West JTth
at.. Saturday morning, May Id, at 11
GARI.AND.?In loving memory of Stlll.a la
Garland, died May 13. 191*.
{"Whan Death Ocean
Call "Columbus 8?00~ M A
"Qhc Qurural Church" *c. j |
Broadway at 66th St. f
CM,! St , Jerome or l.etln(*.>n Subway.
Book of view a or Representative.
Telephone Woodlawn 1100

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