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Great Crowds at
Piers to See 7,000 !
Sail for Europe
Largest Number of Voyagers
of Year Leave Here Aboard
Eight Liners.
Peven thousand passengers, bound on
such varied missions us the rehabilitation
of -war ravaged countries, attendance
at the Passion Play at Oberammergau,
touring Europe and working without
pay in the minca of Siberia, sailed
for Europe yesterday on eight liners.
Barge crowds assembled at all the piers
to bid tho voyagers goodby.
The fleet of 8hii? that sailed was tlie j
largest that has put to sea so far this |
spring, and the number of passengers !
was ulso the largest of the year. Tho j
greater part of those sailing are bound ,
to Europe on vacations, but tho number ;
ft men bound on strictly business trips !
was viewed by shipping men as an Indi- |
cation of steadily reviving lnlornalionul
trade relations.
One of the passengers sailing on the
Olympic, the largest of the eight, was ,
Mr. J. Pbrpont Morgan, who is going |
to Paris to sit on a committee of financiers
appointed by the Reparations Com- |
mission to consider the conditions under
which the. German Government could
raise foreign loans to assist in the solution
of the reparations question. Mr.
Morgan was accompanied by Mrs. 'Morgan,
Mr. George Whitney, a member of
his firm, and Mrs. Whitney.
Two other bankers who sailed on the
White Star liner were Mr. Otto H. Kahn
of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., and Sir Felix
Schuster, one oE the directors of the
National Provincial Union Bank of
London.
Sir Felix said he had been here three
weeks, and In that time had met many
prominent men. all of whom ferlflod his
own observations of gradually returning
signs of commercial activity.
"I also found Increasing signs of a desire
to cooperate with England in the
great burden of tho rehabilitation of the
distressed countries of Europe, so long
as this can be done with prudence and
rtrnnfr su rr1? T nm nf tho nnlninil
that both nations clearly understand !
that they have a great task before them |
which cannot be carried out by one,
alone. Neither need fear the competition
of tho other, for there la plenty of '
work for both to do."
Mis Mary Garden, another voyager on '
the Olympic, said she was going to
Switzerland, via Monte Carlo, with Hie
Ann Intention of climbing; tho highest
mountain she coul find in the Alps to get
away from every one she knew and have i
a complete rest. She will return in the I
fall to sing for five weeks for tho Chicago
Opera Company and to go on a concert
tour. She denied that she was en- I
gaged or meditating matrimony. An- >
other operatic star was Tito Sehipa, .
tenor, who sailed with Jlrac. Sehipa.
Marcus M. Marks, former Borough j
President and chairman of the National |
Payllght Saving Association, sailed with, j
statistics to show non-daylight saving ,
countries that pushing the rlork ahead .
an hour every year saves 23 per cent. ,
In gas bills.
One hundred and fifty tailors, shoe- |
makers, carpenters, machinists, railroad
workers, miners, bakers and other Inbor- j
its sailed yesterday In the steerage of j
the Holland-America liner Ttotterdam, en ,
route to tho William D. Haywood Kus- '
has colony in Siberia, whero Mr. I lav - I
in nlii n nine- hip mining one rat ions I
Two moro delegations ot' workers will j
leave later on this spring. Some of |
thnso who sailed were born ill this [
country. They plan to demonstrate thut I
a Communist community can exist, and
hate agreed to work without any fixed
pay for two years.
More than a hundred priests came to
the Rotterdam's pier to bid farewell to
Mgr. M. J. Lavellc of the New York
archdiocese, who sailed to represent
Archbishop i la yes at iho Kucharlatic
Congress a f Rome.
Other ships sailing were the White
Star liner Baltic, the Red Star liner
Rapland. the Royal Mail steamer Orbltu,
the United States liner President Pillmore,
the Cunardcr t'aronia, and the
(Jreek liner Themlstoclee.
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Price Revis
Many Notabl
!
T lie fashion wheel
ward Summer Outfits
wc may ftivc these lov
vided attention, price
have been revised, th
posed of more promp
I
The following indica
available throughout 01
Costume; Suits (Fo
Handsome effects of
blouses and linings of
shades.
Tailored Suits (Fa
Two piece styles of t
piquctte, beautifully tail
Day and Evening
(Formerly $9
Tailored cloth frock;
formal style"?dinner, da
I
| I
Daytime Wraps
(Formerly
Canton crepe, silk fail
ning new effects, many
* I '
Hats (Formerly to
Tailored effects in m
trimmed styles in small a
| | 56 th
DRY COLD STORAGE -R
Pltor- clc 8300 and
I
' -s < III n??????^
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. I i
J
NEW VOHK.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo D. Post, Jr., gave
a dinner last night at Pierre'?.
Mrr. Harry Hays Morgan called yesterday
on thei transport Somme to Join
her husband in Brussels.
1
Mrs. Hamilton MeK. Twombly is en-!
tertalning a large party of guests at
Florham, In Convent, N. J., over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kldier, 6 East
Eighty-second street, will give a dinner
to-inorrow night.
Senator Peter Goelet Gerry has returned
to Washington after a few days I
in New York. v
. s
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilenrv yorice have ]
gone to Gray Cottage, the'r summer | 1
home in the Shinnecock Hihs. I i
i
Mr. mid Mrs. William M. V Hoffman t,
wilt go to Tuxedo Park to-ruorrow for ^
the summer.
o
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius V. Bliss, Jr.. c
have gone to their house at Westbury,
I- r
Mr. and Mrs. Cary T. Hutchinson, who a
returned last week from their wedding ^
tr|p, are visiting Prof. Michael Pupiti n
:ji Jforfoik. Conn. p
9'
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferrl3 Simmons, c
who sailed last Wednesday on the v
France, will pass the summer motoring i \
In Ktigland, France and Holland.
f,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McViekar, who A
were at the Vanderbllt for part of the 11
winter, sailed yesterday' on the Caronia A
and will go to their homo In Paris. fi
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Meyer, who d
have gone to their country ph.ee. Shore s
Aero, In Bayside, L,. I., will give a J5
luncheon thero to-day.
Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt 2d and j
the Misses Muriel and Consuelo Vander- j
hilt, who have been at their place in j
Jericho, L I., will return to-n.ght. [
c
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Olyphant will f
- -i. _ ... .w,? finli vtuv
glVI) a U111114'l m nit, uumnj ...
18, for Miss Mary Bartow l'olhemus anil v
.Mr. Murray Olyphant, who w.-il ho mar- B
rted Juno 6 In St. Bartholomews Church,
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Davis. !>93 Parli c
avenue, gave a dinner la3t night for Mr. v
and Mrs. Kalpli M. Johnson, who re- r
turned recently from a six months' trip
in China and Japan. f
1
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo G. McMurtry. t
who passed the winter in Egypt and j.
Italy, will live at 635 Park avenue. Their ^
former homo at 812 Fifth avenue has ,
been puroha3od by Mr. Charles T. c
Mathews. j,
Major-General Charles F. P.oe. who j
was recovering from an attach of pneu- (monia.
suffered a reiapso a.'n is confined
to his home, 35 East Thirty-sovontl'
street. His condition is now slightly .
iigjgoved. s
WASHINGTON. '
O
The Postmaster-General and Mrs. I
Work entertained a company at dinner a
last night. ?
The Ambassador of Argentina and
Mme. I.e Breton wcro the guests of
honor yesterday at a luncheon dinner by
Mrs. Henry F. Dlniock.
Mme. Panaretoff, wife of the Bulgarian
Minister, gavev a reception yes- .
terday I - Dr. Mary Milts Patrick, presblent
?<f the Constantinople Women's
College, who is her guer't for a few
da> s.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilarold Coolidga of Bos- J
ton arrived In Washington yesterday :l
for the. week end as guests of the Third T
Assistant Secretary of Ftate and Mrs. *s
???
Mia* Emma I#ans1ng nnd Miss Kate J (
9 ? <r, Wa?hltiv?nn I *
ua.*xj ?.?????. ... .0? .
from their home In WatTtown, N. Y., a
and will spend a month at the Grafton, j
New York arrivals at t um Willard include
Sidney Morse, Mrs. 13. Florence a
nice, lioula J. Schumann. Mr. and Mrs. < t
O. P. Miller. A. C. Kedford, F. K. Ward, ! 1
Mrs. C. C. Con?nt Mrs. Frank \V. Green, j F
Thomas If. Keen, Henry It. Karle and 8
G. H. Montauue. I
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t
ions Afford
e Reductions ?
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W
is fast turning toand,
in order that
ely things our undi- j-q
s on Spring Costumes j
at they mav be dis- ! I ,
tly. i | n
I w
itc the opportunities jd
jr salons: j d
h
rmerly to 3195) $125 3
8]
twill and kasha with
crrftc in contrasting I C
I u
!M1
rmerly to 3145) $85
will, wool poplin and
lorcd and richly lined.
Gowns $65?$85
5 to 3165)
>?afternoon and inncc
and evening gowns.
- - $65?$95
to 15145)
Ie and marvella, stunwith
collars of fur.
I
MS) $15?$20
oire?fruit and floweJ
,nd medium sized hats.
ill
EN U ^57th Street
.EMODELING OF FURS
our delivery will call.
THE_
Reliance, New Big <
American Liner, in
Port on First Trip^
Luxuriously Equipped Ship Is j
Greeted by Shrieking of
Whistles.
'
Amid shrieking whistles and dipping I j
n signs, the new United American liner i t
loliance, second largest of American i j
ossein owned by private companies, ! j
teamed up the bay yesterday with 4.?") ! j,
assengers from Hamburg, Southhamp- . t
on ar.d Cherbourg. 1 B
The new vessel, which la of 1*0,000 j r
ens, is the second new ship of the
Tnlted American Line. She is luxuri- I
usly equipped and designed for the J
omfort of her passengers.
On her maiden trip to this country I
oor fuel oil taken on board at Fouth- ! E
mpton on May 4 held her speed down, ?
-it Capt. F. L. "veruon. formerly com- ?
.ander of the Mount Clinton, was well p
leased with the manner In which the
hip conducted herself during: an en- *
ounter with rough weather. The now ^
ossnl docked at Pier 86, at tiic toot of _
Vest Forty-sixth street. Manhattan.
Col. W. B. Ryan, vice-president, and '
oreign representative of the United u
rnerlcan Lines, rotnrned with his fam- n
y on board the ship. Ho said that the 11
.merlcan merchant marine should have '
ast passenger rliips equal in speed to *
ny under for<.:fB flags. The grc-nt
emand of trans* Mantty passenger:-, he
aid. Is for "homey" and comfortable
hips like the Reliance. Ifo described
er as a splendid beginning. <
Prince Andre Poniatowski, accomppilcd
by his son, Prince Andre Marie
'oniatowskl. ulso arrived by the ship,
'rince Andre Marie, a brother-in-law of
Tr. \Vr. Averoll Harrlman, head of the
Jntted American Linos, came to thi3
ountry to learn the steamship bus'imss
rom the, ground, or water, up.
Prince Poniatowski said that Franco
.as not understood hero in the stand
he had taken at Genoa. Her attitude,
ic said, was due to events abroad not ] r
nown in the United States, and he
xpressed regret that the people here | ^
vero not more enlightened as to the
eal conditions in Kurope. i:
Also on board tho ship were Mrs. I
Yancis A. Dvigro. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus : i
ting. Mrs. Lilly Mundt Odcle. wife of !
he German Consul in St. Louis; Kmil
\ Kircheim, superintendent of the Horn '
urg-American Lino, and Mrs. Kircheim ; ^
'apt. J5. C. Tobey, vice-president, in I
barge of operations of the United Ann raan
Lines; tho Misses Margaret and
Irian von Passe, van t. Rudolf Mann,
'eter Caspar PI else, Mm Francis Otto t1
'romwell and William NVugas.
La. Bourdonnais of tho French Line I
cached port yesterday from Havre. I ?
imong those on hoard were Freeman ! a
Moon, American consular agent at | s
'ypress Island; Miss Josephine Abbott!'
f Charlotte, N. C., an art student; Mrs. J
lunlce Cockley of Los Angeles, George a
lountford and a party of sixteen little; I
listers of the Poor of Brooklyn.
OBTAIN LICENSE TO WED. J
Ir. A.ymar Cnter l?? Marry Miss 5
Snruh I? Payne on iiay ? ~
x
Miss Sarah Louisa Payne, daughter of , e
Irs. Charles Leicester Payne and Mr.
tymar Cater, whose engagement was'.,
rnounced a year ago. obtained a license j f
estcrday at the Municipal Building and j
>--1 ,...l..?? ? III loltn Mu V* 17 I ,
ii St. Thomas's Church. Mies Payne ! ,
mil her mother formerly lived In Mont- : <
lair. N'. .1.. hut tlio past vMnior they ! ^
pent In Bermuda. t
Mr. Cater 1h the son of Mrs. Arthur 1 (
ivnuir Cater of thle city and Greentvloh.
lonn., and he Is a nephew of Mrs. j
Iradish Johnson Carroll of New York |
nd Greenwich.
[ 'Oil MRHARIKS ASSOCIATION.
Tho New York Special TJbrarles As- i
oclatlon will have Its final meetinir of
he year and ita annual dinner next >'
Thursilay evenlnsr at the New York |,
>tate Chamber of Commerce. The .
peakers will be Mr. Trvlnp T. Push, i
resident of the New York State Chant- I
wr of Commerce; Pr. I.uther Gulick. JC
National Institute of I'ubllc Admlnlstra- ''
Ion, T)r. John If. Kinloy of the New 1 1
Vrk Times and Miss Rebccra II. nsn-tp
In. president of Special Libraries As- I
oclatlon. e
The association lias about 300 nr-m- j v
iern and represents various business
Inns and governmental bodies. I ^
j ,1
SOCIAL NOTES. 1
Mr. and Mrs. TIclnrlch Moyn. a-com- 'a
spied hy Mrs. Carlton Vat Volkonhtirjr, (
rill sail Tiiosduv on tho Redanco and j
ill remain for the summer. j
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Motiry of Hog- i
in are at the Belmont. I f
After pass In a several weeks at Ilot i
iprlng*. Va , Mrs. Richard Nott Ifyer -r
as returned to her home in Orange, N. t
. She will ko to Kurope next month. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Marshal' Oeet and
heir daughter. Mlna Margaret K. fjoct, .
iho motored, from their home, llanda- j i
forth, Overlook, Va., nrv a', the Van- : :
erbllt.
I<a Orcle do Lafayette, Joseph Inn Mil- I '
red Walton, founder and pre.t'drnt, will
avu its sixth and last receptlon-reeltal j
t the Waldorf-Astoria May 20. tleorge |
Iray Barnard will bo oniony the ; i
[leakers. i t
Mr. and Mrs. .T, Mitchell Iloyt of 1
hlcayo and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley I>ol- 1 e
ir of San Francisco aro at the Arriba a- j f
idor. 1 t
Tl FTH AV
Kidi Slr. rt
No?>T|
A n n i) u n ces?B egi n
Special Offerin
Elastic Hip Confi
(Formerly
.
Satin Hip Confine
(Formerly
Batiste Corset, sat
( Formerly
NEW YORK HERALD
G. J. S. WHITE CE
OF CANNON FOR
jiives Dinner in Honor of
Mounting' of Gun From Navy
at His Old Fort Farm.
ipecial Dispatch to The Kiw Tunc Hbui-o.
\>WPfiBT R 1 Mav 13?Mr. OuatiLV
F. S. White, who. with Mrs. White, is at
heir home here, gavo a dinner to-night
n celebration of tho mounting on the
Revolutionary rampart of his place,
mown an OKI Fort Farm, of an historical
cannon recently presented to Mr.
ind Mra. White by the Navy Departnen
t.
Representative Clark Burdlck. who Is
irre from Washington for a ft w days,
vaa the chief guest at the dinner. Others
n the porty, wiiich was compoaed enirely
of men. were Messrs. Reginald C.
'anderbllt, John Aapegren. Marlon Kpdcy,
Cyril P. Judge. G. J. Guthrie Nicholson,
George Ooazens, Wnlt-r S, AiiIrews,
Walker Breese Smith, Bradford
forman, Robert rotter. Joseph Ilarrinan.
Edward C. Knight, Jr., Or. ITarry
Fennings Knapp. Capt. Franek Taylor
Svuns, commanding officer of the trailing
station: Col. Lou!- *r.'C. Little, I". S.
if. C.; Capt. John Fremont, 1'. S. X.;
lonimandi r Isaac F. Dortch, U. S. N.;
"ol. Rlehnrd S. Hooker, who recently
iiarrled Miss Dorothy Wlllar<l; Corrnander
Arthur B. Cook, U. S. N.: Cornnander
Arehibald G. Stirling. I". S. N.;
Jayor Jeremiali P. Mahoncy and Sheriff
Yank F. King.
Mrs. White, who recently recovered
ro:n the grip, was well enough to assist
ler husband in receiving the guests. She
ormerly was Miss Frances C. Jones, a
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Quentln
ones.
Ono "hundred guests assembled at the
lorson Cottage jresterdaV for the tea
nd dance given by Mrs. Do Witt
JI > ...IP, ?p ('..p.. TT S V
Phf. rvnt was for the officers of the
;raduatlng clasa of the Naval War Colego
and their wives.
Mrs. , Turnbull Oelrlchs has leased
hrouKh Messrs. Deblois and Eldridgc
he Faerber cottage for the summer,
ihe and her daughter. Mies Marjorlc
)clrlchs, who have been here a few
lays, started for New i'ork to-night.
Ihe said to-day that she was undecided
SPANISH ANTIQUES
SELL FOR $103,880
\ Ceiling Brings High Price
of $2,200.
At tho final session of the fienor Kalnnndo
Ruiz antique collection held yesrrday
afternoon at. Clarke's Galleries,
45,509 represented the receipts for the
iflernoon. TIio grand total for seven
esslons Is $103,880.
A Spanish celling with the coat of
irms of the Count of C.ibra sold to
.<esley Buswell for $2,1'00 and a Spanish
nood choir stall to the s?tna buyer for
"00. W. It. Hearst paid $1,000 for two
;roups of choir stalls of the fifteenth
entury, $1,450 for an old silver lamp,
035 for a collection of wood chairs from
. palace ut aragoza and $540 for some
calnut and leather chairs from the
arty seventeenth century
J ton tin r Brothers paid ? 1,000 for an
liter piece painted on wood. Laris $700
or a Spanish walnut table. Mrs. Graham
Blondy $580 for a painting on wood,
ill's. George N'cttlcr *585 for a red velvet
chasuble of the sixteenth century,
2. H. Falrbaum f<100 for a three scat
valnut choir stall and Oracllie $??00 for
i red brocade curtain of tho sixteenth
.cntury.
TELLER COTXECTION, $23,436.
ipi.de l)>nurr Set Fetches fBflfl at
Aniltrxon'a,
The .Tano Teller collection, sold at
vorul sesions at the Anderron Gal*rios
closing yesterday, brouulit |2t:,4a6.
'estonday's receipts wero ?U,7!?8.
A rare Spoilt? dinner art t?ol?l to
'hnrles O. Sodon for SWKt; a larije Slierton
mahogany bookcase, dating about
775. to Mrs. I*. O. Jamison for fciflO; six
urly maple side chairs to-Mrs. \V. H.
loivn for I'.'V); an Adam mahogany
longated commie table to V. G. Slnkoitt
for an early rnnhopany lil^hioy,
datlna about 1771, to Mrs. tV. 1?.
ehornlkow for t.T>; n. maple hljrhboy
atlny from about the same period to
fnovard Ray no for $2<yi; a Sheraton
ooVcase to <5. <7. Corns took for $170 and
o orik. butterfly table to Mrs. Charles
\ Nnowden for $!'?".
CSTIQI'K 1 THMTtnE OX V1KW.
Krnm homes in Albany and Buffalo
here have been sent to Silo's Fifth
Vvenuo Art Galleries manv pieces of
intliju" and modern furntture for oxilbition
and sale. Colonial and early
\merlcnn rnahotrany pieces brim* a feaui
of the collection whlcli will be on
rlew to-morrow. There will also he
ncluded a private library with standird
rets in choice binding
lay, Thursday and Friday.
KIT KAT CM n ART SHOW.
The Kit Kat Club announces an exlibUInn
of hlook prints. etchings and
humh box sketch"* at the club rooms,
.1 En jt Fourteenth street, May 20, 22
ind 23. There will be a reception and
>r!vato view Saturday evenlna. May 20,
or member*! nnd friends of the club.
ENUE^ '
Street
OtX
niiig Tomorrow
#s in Corsets
incr - - $5.75
$8.00)
x - - - $5.75
$6.00)
in top - $4.50
$6.00)
?
*
. SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1
LEBRATES GIFT 1
NEWPORT PLACE,
\
Plioto by Mlshkin. | 1'
Mrs. Gustav J. S. White. j a
j 1^
an to Whether she would open a business
establishment 'here this summer.
Air. Henry F. Eldridge rctui d to i
Now York after being here a week. \ t
Mr. and Mrs.WiUlams Burden are at
the Ea forge cottage while inspecting i
their place, which they will occupy with
i her mother, Mrs. Luther Kountze. g
MRS. FLETCHER MARRIED J
TO EDWARD T. CLARK t
Daughter of Mr. bnd Mrs. H.! a
H. Westinghous? a Bride. ' r
Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1 Carman "Westing- j k
j House have announced aw? marriage of 1
; their daughter, Mrs. C!? tu Catharine
I Fletcher, to Mr. Edward Tt> *acsnn Clark ?
v
of this city, which took place last Mon I
day at noon in the apartment of the ?
bride's parents at the Belnord. The
i ceremony was performed by the Rev. v
Thomas Guthrie Spears. There were T
present In addition to tho Immediate j*
families a few intimate friends. j
Mrs. Clark formerly was the wife of
Mr. Charles \V. Fletcher. Mr. Clark Is ,
i the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Allen Clark '
of Oneida. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
i will spend the summer at Halcyon :
Farms. Goshen. N. Y.. and will return to '
Now York In the autumn. i /
MISS EATON'S WEDDING.
1 |
5/iflat Pl.ipotrh to Tub Nrw Yo*k 'Inum. j
I Platnttkld, N. J., 'May 13.?Dr. and'
Mrs. Charles Aubrey Eaton of Watchunir. |
: N. .T., to-day Issued Invitations to the j
wedding of their daughter, Miss Marlon |
Aubrey Eaton, and Mr. William Russell j
; Burwell, son of Mr. anil Mrs. William |
Chamberlain Burwell of Providence, j
Ft. f., and New York, at Mary K. Wilson j
Memorial Chapel, Watohung, Saturday |
afternoon, June 3. Mr. Burwell Is a
rthodes scholar from Brown University
! and last year received tho degree of
Ph. T). at Oxford. Ho Is now assistant
professor of mathematics at the Univor- !
j sity of Tennessee.
RNGAOGD TO MH. ADI.GR. *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Stettheimer .
?f San Franclaco have announced tho enpavement
of their daughter. Miss Bar|
bara Stottheimer, to Mr. Julius Oche
Adler of thin city. Mr. Adler Is visiting /
| at his fiancee's homo In Bedwoofl City, j
j Cal.
Mr. Adler Is treasurer and a vice-president
of the New York Times Company d
and member of Its executive staff. He y
j is a T-dcutenanf-Colorel of the Infantry r
| Unserve and served with the Seventy- II
I seventh Division, where he won promo- t
! tion and military decorations. He is r
commander of the Htfith Infantry Poet of r
tlv American Torsion and a member of
the national executive committee of the I
Military Tralnlns: Camps Association, f
M.? Is a. Rraduato of Princeton, class of h
j 1014. 1
Miss Rtetthelmer Is a graduate of Le- e
| land tUunford University and spent last I
j winter hero. Her father Is t>rom!ne'it In s
1 the social and business life of San Frtin- I
I cUtco. d
MISS FAWtT.TT ENGAGED. s
Mrs. Francis B. Fawcett of 140 Wads- | ^
worth avenue. Washington Heights, an- j
; riounced yesterday the encasement of ?
her eldest daughter, Miss Oenevievo |
Anne Fawcett. to Mr. Theodore Frank- j *
r, n KM'k ll. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
1". Rudoll of tills city. Miss Fawcett .
Ivan educated at the Holy Child Con- *
vent. Mr. Uudell was graduated from
Yale In 1913.
B50AOBKEXT9 Aff.NOirsCED. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Mllnes of Tort
Richmond and Warwick. West Bermuda,
have announced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Lucy Havder Mllnes, to
Mr. Alan Griffin Baker of Mastic, L. I. '
Ml-s Mllnes was educated at Mount St. ^
Mary's College, Plalnfield, N. J., and at h
tho Notre Bame Academy. Mr. Baker Is | c
the eon of the late William Fdgar Baker ''
and of Mrs. Baker of thla city. His | f
father was a noted mechanical and elen- I r
trlcal engineer, and his mother, who was ja
Mlr.s Harriet Griffin, Is sls.er of the late w
Gan. Eugene Griffin, U. S. \. Mr. Baker j
was graduated from the Bldgefleld 1 '
School and from the UnlversLy of Wis- I 1
, cousin. The wedding will tac.e place In , h
. Oetober. h
Mr. an?1 Mrs. Benjamin Berkshire of j
Kansas City. Mo., have ann-.unced the i 11
engagement of their daughter. Miss I ''
Georgia Berkshire, to Mr George W. "
Vaesar, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vasear
of Tarrytown. Miss Berkshire was
graduated from the Ogontx School and
j has passed much time In the South. Mr.
.Vassar Is a grandson of Matthew Vassar, w
j founder of Vassar College. He was |i
graduated from Vale In 1921. p
Mrs. Blchard Inland Sweeny of Little t
Gray House, Hempstead, L. I , has an- li
nouneed the engngement of her daughter, c
' Miss Huxel Perklne Sweety, to Dr. ilenry 1
i 13. Smith, also of Hempstead. C
Announcement has been nr.ade of the
j engagement of Mrs. Alice W. Brlnley
i King, widow f Charles Goodllnc King
and daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles p
tirinley of Philadelphia, to Mr. Froder- t'
let? Wlllliun Sherman, lawy?r, of Itye, r,
K r. r
! Mr. pnd Mrs. Ernest ZeeU of Plain- n
i field, N. J.. announces the engagement I.
I of their dnughtor. Miss Flora Sleek, to G
the Kev. Ituiph D. S, Smith of Hughes- o
villa. PtV o
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1
922. )
.EAGUE FOR ANIMALS^
TO HAVE TAG DAY
)rive for Funds for Horse
Watering Stations.
I
Fifth Avenue, In tho neighborhood of .
orty-second street, -will take on conicrhat
of the gala atmosphere of tho 1.1b-1
rty I?oan drive days next Friday when
bo New York Women's Tieague for Anllals
conducts Its annual tag day cam-!
aign for funds In front of the Public '
library. Morn than fifty women and !
elobrltlea of stage nnd screen have volntcered
their services and will conduct
n intensive drive for the purpose of i
Rising funds to maintain tho league's
ree watering stations for the horses of
he city.
Using the top of the league's ambuince,
which by permission from the" Po- '
Ice Department will be parked at the
urb as a stage, Miss Elsie Ferguson, i
Irs. Irene Custle, Mme. Alma Clayburg. I
liss Crystal Heme, Miss Violet Hem- I
ilng. Lieutenant .Dickson. Lane Jic-!
'loud and others will speak, sing and
therwise appeal for funds while pretty
iris from various Broadway productions !
ssist the members of the league in colsctlng.
With only nine of the stations open;
ist year, because of lack of fnrvd*. more
tan 5,000 horses were watered and cared
or each day, but it Is the purpose of j
he league to not only maintain these |
iut to open many new ones during the i
oming summer months.
Among the members, of the executive;
nd watering station committees of the i
ague which will have charge of the I
ig day Friday are Hiss Florence de B. i
illen, Mrs. George Bethune Adams,
liss Edith M. Ainte, Mrs. Phillips AHen j
lark. Mrs. C. L. Drewsen, Mrs. Mary i
3. Dunn. Mrs. Mabel Hampton, '.Mrs.;
V'illiam P. Ketcham, Mrs. Lewis Gouv-I
rneijr Morris, Mrs. Herbert Beecher
lichols. Miss Florill N'iles, Mrs. Ernest J
'. Shnondetti, Mist . nan W. Simpson,;
Irs. Frank Tucker, Mrs. Edward Mot-,
iy Weld, Mrs. .lames F. Middledltch j
tid Miss Gertrude Kcheubcr.
4USIC IN GARDEN AT
ZAMUt.L UNI I C.l\ o
'riends Enjoy Program and
Supper at Greystone.
prctal Dispatch to Tin Nrw Yosir Hhbaui.
Yonkkrs, If. Y., May 13.?In the
leautlful Greek garden of Greys! one
his afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
.'ntcrniyer entertained about 400 of
heir friends "with an al fresco muslcailo
nd fupper. Sain Frankel's orchestra
ilayed. There were several soloists and
eenos from Mozart's "Impresario" were
Ivon. The music in tho benutlful suroutidlngs
at Greystone was greatly en-'
oycd.
Mr. and Mrs. Untermyer received
heir guests, many of whom came from
*'ew Yortc by train and others from
urroundlng country houses by automoillos.
Wlllem Mengelbersr. Butch conductor,
rh ohas been the guest leader of the
'hllharmonlc, was on of the nwny muiclans
In the company. Among the
ohcr guests were Mr. and Mrs. Morgan
'. O'Brien.
\SKS $150,000 FOR NAME
CARUSO ON MACARONI
Wan Who Says He Got Singer's
Indorsement Sues.
Ma.rr.lale Slnra of 1800 Madison ?vr- !
tue, Italian newspaper publisher, tiled)
iiiIt for $150,000 In the Supremo Court
eesterday against tho Atlantic Maoa oni
Company of 23." Vernon avenue,
jong Island City, for procuring for tho
ompany the Indorsement of the late
Cnrico Caruso for u brand of macaroni j
o hear his name.
Tho Italian publisher alleges that In '
lugust, 1017, he obtained the Indorse-1
nent on representation that the com - I
any would pay him wall. Thereafter, he |
illrges, the company began to advertise!
ertain of Its product as the "Caruso" j
>rand of mRearonl and .since has reaped
reat profits from Its sale. Ts'o part of
he $150,000 has been paid, he states,
.Ithough demands were made.
:OMBY WILL BENEFITS
NUMEROUS CHARITIES
In Estate Exceeding $75,000
f_ n* i *i i _ J
is tsiairtvui'sa.
Th? will of Jeanne A. Conby, who
lied January 20, was filed for probate
esterday. dlsposinn of an estate of
nore than $*f>.ooo. Members of tier fanily
and friends will receive nearly twohlrda
of this amontit and share the
eslduary estate with public Institutions
ecelvln* $51,000.
A sister. Alexandrlenne T.scroute of
'an. France, will receive (he Income
com a $?,<**> trust fund; Mrs. Kllxaieth
Murphy, a friend, of .141 AVest
"wenty-eljrhth street, rei Ives $15,COO;
ach of two of Mrs. Murphy's children
"rank T. and Annie <}. Murphy. of the
amo address, pets $."..000, and $.''.000 Is
leaueathed to Arthur AA'atson of Oarlen
City, executor of the estate.
The following bequests lo charitable
nd rellalous institutions were made:
it. Mary's Hospital. Hobokcn, $15,000;
'rench Hospital. 450 West Thirty-fourth ,
treet, $10,000; St. Michael's Monastery, J
Vest Hoboken; North Hudson Ilos-1
dtal and Christ's Hospital, Jersey City.!
uch $2,000.
>ERCIVAL W. KENDALL
DIES IN HOME IN DEAL
Veil Known gs Golfer and
Gentleman Farmer.
PerclvAl W. Kendall wns found dead
esterday morning In his homo In Deal, .
J., by his wife. Death whs roused I
iy heart disease. Ha was born In this j
ity forty-two years, ago and had made '
Is residence most of his life In and near '
>oal. Ho was Interested chley In golfing
nd In raising dairy .products. He owned I
farm, Meadow llrook. near Deal, to j
rhtch he devoted much attention.
He was known among sportsmen In j
lie vicinity of Asbury Tark as a golfer. ,
Io was a medalist in the tournament ;
eld at Lakrwood Isst Saturday nndj
eld the course record at the Penl Golf |
Hub, of which ho was a member. He 1
ad won many cups In golf play. Jfe
saves his wifo, a son, Forcival IV. Ken-:
all, Jr., and a brother, Lyman Kenall,
of this city.
JACOB V. ODKI.fi,
Jaortb F. Odell. aged IT. a merchant
.ho was prominent In Domocratio polLlcs
In Westchester county, died of
neumonta yesterday In his home, 137
'nlon avenue, T'eeksklll. H? wns horn
n PeekaklU. He had contested for reel
ver of taxes and other offices In
'eeksklll. He belonged to the Klks,
>dd Fell ows and n-.empt Firemen.
Mil W.ttiTRR It A I,HIGH.
Oxrosn, Knglaml, May 13.?Fir Walter
ta'clgh. <1. professor of F.nglish llteraure
st Oxford since 1904. died In his
ome here to-day. Before accepting the
xford professorship he was professor of
todern literature at University College.
Iverpecl, and of Unglish literature at
llasgow ITnlverslty and wns the author
f numerous volumes, essay* and articles
u UUiary subtoct*
COMMANDER POYER
DIES IN WASHINGTON
Had Long Service in Important
Posts in the Navy.
Special Ditpa'ch to Tim New Yomic Hrumi.
New York Ilrrald niirrm, )
Yi'asSiinKtun, I>. May 13. (
Command' r John Martin .Poyer, U. S.
N'., retired, one of tho beet Vnown officers
of tho navy, died euddenly at his apart
ment in the St Nicholas last night, lie
had been ill with heart tremble.
Commander Payor was retired in June,
1306. on account of 111 health, was recalled
to active duty in March, 1815, and
appointed Governor of American iSamoa,
serving until June, 1919. His work in
preventing the spread of the Influenza
epidemic from British Samoa to American
Samoa was so notable tliat he received
the Navy Cross in official recognition.
During the Spanish War he served
with Capt. C. D. Sigsbce on ttie cruiser
St. Paul. Dater he was executive officer
of the battleship Illinois. He also
was aid to Admiral Brownson when that
officer was superintendent of the Naval
Academy, from which he had been g-aduated
in 1881!. He leaves flis widow,
Kmma Porter Poycr, a niece of Gon.
Horace Porter, former Ambassador to
France, and his daughter, Miss Mary
Porter Poyer.
PROF. CARELDE WILD,
ART EXPERT, DIES AT 51
Took Care of Frick, Widener
and Morgan Collections.
Prof. Card F. L. de Wild, aged 51, internationally
known are dealer and restorer
of paintings, died after a prolonged
illness. In his home in Larchmont
early on Friday.
Prof. De Wild, who was born In Holland,
camo to this country In 1911, and
since then had given expert care to the
Frlck, Wldener, Morgan and other famous
art collections.
T.ast year ho was asked to take the
chair of professor In "the science of
painting, and the care, preservation and
restoration of paintings," in the University
of Pennsylvania, but his Illness I
prevented hini from continuing the
course after giving two lectures.
He leaves his wife, a daughter and a
son in this country and a mother and
brothers in Holland.
CHAKIdBM F. STAXSBt RV.
Spr.ciul Dispatch to Tub New York Hi*ai.d.
Norfolk, May 13.?Charles f. Stansbury.
aged 67. a writer, died to-day In
St. Vincent's Hospital. lie was an
editorial contributor for several years
to Tub New York St"n and at one time
was a member of the editorial staff of
the Virginian Jllot of Norfolk. In 1907
he was director of publicity for the
Jamestown Exposition. He wrote several
books, among them "The Barrister,''
and "Kittlwake of the (Jreat Kills."
He was unmarried. He leaves a
brother, William Stansbury, clerk of the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,
and a sister.
LOST AND FOUND.
Jewelry.
XiOST-On front aiale seat the Lons?rr?
Tli?*tor Thuredoy ea rning, late l'?g. with
opera glasses and vanity case. Return tj
1 / Past B.Mh.
Lost*- Vicinity nth -t. and Mb ?y., Brooklyn,
Tuesday night, diamond aoilialre, .1 stona
diamond rin~ and runburnt of diamonds.
Howard. T'hon" South ."did It.
LOST?Friday afternoon, bar pin. pearls,
diamond*, iapla larull: possibly BloomlngiImVk.
Mad'aou or Leyhurton ay. cars; pe wind.
120 Bant iW11 at.
LOtjT--'Thursday night, flllgrte diamond lialr
phi on 72d at., between Madlnon and nth
a\ca. Liberal reward to finder. Room 1 .'102,
S*l Broad w a v.
L> ?ST?Diamond In paper w rapping, rise 1
karat .10 pl.t.: |lb>ral reward. Phone Miss
I.OMRAtmf. fnnal 872.7 _ .
1,'iST?Diamond pearl harpln; reward. MAOKKNZ1K,
f>0 Ca'hedrol Parkway. Aradomy
ft; 2
LOST Thursday afternoon, coi.ier lOftth'et,,
Amaterdain a v., lady's gold watoh; reward.
Apt. .'tO. 1*0 Moinlngrldo Prln*.
I.t >st?Am' pie earring, Broadway ai d 11dust.
; reward. Mornlnjrsldo 388.1.
%' '< KOT'ARD
for return of Tmltallon Prurl Nerlilnrr with
saphlres In elarp; |o?t May 7th, between
Marko1 aBoard Walk, l-ons Heaeh. A.
II. I .KM f CO. Ine., 1", William el.
*:?<"? KKWARtT"*
for return of dt.imorul ami eagtsfclre bowknot
pin, Invf May ft. at or brtw?"wi S'dwyn
Theater and West 42d at. ferry. A. *. 3RNIT.
' " 'llam at. Broad 27 tM.
t I fbl "reward return lit two ill a mot,,I r'o".
1 kara* blii-> white. platinum setting.
Initialed "W. R B to L. K. P.. May, 192??."
Bin] 2 karat atone, chaaod platinum, lo't
Mono:iv, Benaotibortrt. BURRGLI', 4GI r..7d,
Brooklyn.
Wearing Apparel.
LOST-Three akin mink arnrf, vicinity Grand
Cmlrnl Mullen, a.-roaa 42d at.; reward.
phone Vanderlllt
i,OST-Si b .1 Vandei I.|;t T ;"s li r,
trert, May I", reward. CI role 40(7.
I atn, )lop? Ac.
LOST -Red Clinw ting. 511th at.. ITth nr.,
Brooklyn, Friday, about noon: liberal reward
If returned. nc> cv'rrtlon'c asked. Call
ALFRED POPPBfl. KNH itu, av., ITlllrtljli
I hnn" |!i iv.Qiiliiiis; 7<i"H .1. ________
1,'>ST Unaton brlnill' bull. male, two front
teeth mlaalng: little boy broken-hearted : r.'
" nrd. 14,S Park av., Rant Orange, N. J.
I'hone _Orn ngo S7 W- ^
LOST?Boston bull, anawera to para* of
"Highball"; liberal reward, lis VV. With.
Clrelr Slob.
CoPT Airedale, May ft. vicinity Manhattan
llcaeb. eora right flank: acur right hind
I".- SH1VKLL. Coney Inland SOI2.
Lost I'oHee .log on Saturday morning; re
' iiT I'a- it ii ., leb-ph.-ne T'la ? ::??ft.
LOST?Puppy, black and white. Sunday
night, '. ni; reward. JOHNBON. 137 17. 724.
$:(t RKWAP.n fnr the return of pet monkey.
BN< .STROM. 13?l W. 7Mlijit_ Columbus SftlO.
Found.
fOT'NTl?Flat bottom rowboat, name on how,
Normad. adrift off long dork, Jamaf n
Bay, near Old Mill. Kthder. II C. PEPPKns,
2579 Atlanttc avkmckIyn.
I'OI'N t>-Four rlnga, May 2. Inquire, writ*
WILLIAM LESTKIt. ft R. 132d. haeernenl.
BIRTHS.
HrnSlOG Mr. and Mra. Jack Herrog fne..
Sylvia Kaechtrwltg) announce lhn birth of
h daughter. May II, 1922. at ttie New I
Fork Nursery and Child's Hospital,
fii'IIATTMAN.?Mr. and Mra. Sam C. Sehattman
(now Helen Petera) of Far Rnckaway
announce the hlrth of a son May 10, 1922,
at I->r. Primer's sanitarium.
STAIITj.?A fori was born to Mr. and Mm. 1
Joseph I. Stahl of Montlcfllo, N. y.t on
May 0, at the Caledonian Hospital,
Brooklyn.
E N GAGED.
CHABB? m./N^HARD.?Mr. Frederick C.
Planrhard of Kaaex Foil., N. formerly
of Bunt Orange. announce* the enga^amotlt
of his daughter, Ituth Elizabeth
Tllnnrhartl, to Mr. Ralph Waldo Cha*e o'
r.xrmlngton, Conn. Owing to the recent
dceth of the hrlde-rlecfa mother, n qulc*.
w< titling will be hold on June 1 In New
York rlty.
CriONK?OOLt?nEnO.-Mm. Tlnn Ooldbetg
annoum-va the engagement of her daughter
Julia to Mr. Howard Crone .on of
Mr. and Mr*. Ma* Crone. n?c> n Ion at
lit" home of her brother, 4i!0 Itlveralde
Drive, Sunday, May 21, 4 to 7 o'clock.
LEAVY- H'tSCNTHAI. -Mr. David neuritthai,
12S K. S.I I at., annnunce-t the enre,lenient
of hi* dnttghter, Radve. to Mr
Max I-envy. eon of Mr. and Mr?. .loaeph
Joftvy, 74 W. !)4th at., Ne-,v VorV elty.
Tte< option Sunday, May 21, 1P22, from 3
to (1 K M.. :tt 12* R. s.i.l st
WPl.FSHBIMKTl- STItAlTP"Mr. add Mrs.
Hint! Strati**, 2M Weet 118th St., announce
the < ngag- en: of tlwlr daughter. Carolyn
Mxtlwrlo. to Mr Ry'.vah Wolfaiielmeieoti
of Mr*. S' pltly Wolfsh- Itnor, of thl*
city.
I
? + 17 |
markka gets.
WARE.VnOnFK-KAUKMAN.-rH, tfTT^iav. *
May 11, ltc;. by Rev. Dr. OraenfleldTT ?
i anniversaries! j
! ALEXANDER.?Mr. and Mra. Dawla Alan*
i aider of ln\ St. Nlrholaa ?v . annoitncn
I t. Mir fiftieth wedding aonlversary on $U3?
day, May II. Reception after 8. Nb
card a. f ;
died. | '
i Anderaeitt. E A. Klrtlar.rt. Lurtt i
| Hailln. Rudolf Koona. Olivia B f,
F.ecchlnor. Ella* Macaulay. MaragaMt
' Braeco, Harriett* C. MrGare. ThosaM ft
| Fhur'-h. Churicm p. Rleharda, Blantne
l>e Wl'd Cnrel F L. Srltwab, Bertha
' Hennlngor. Barbara Thomaa, Ina I
i Jacob son. William Thoir.paon. lf.a<
Kendall, IVrclval W. Van Pelt, Madelt.r > *C
l Kfeellng, Mildred M. Vllade. Anna A.
In Mtiwiriam.
; Mahoney, John J F.oeicn. Oecar
; MO.Merr.an. Arthnr Van 15p?, Hcnn.tnl
| Pryor, Nancy b.
! ANDERSON.?On Friday. May 13. at fit*
residence, 200 W. 129tli at., Elizabeth ? A
wlfo of Daniel A. Anderson, In her Jmii
>-"ar. Funeral services Calvary Medic*11st
I Episcopal Chur?-h, 129th ft. and 7th kv.,
Monday, May 15, at 8 P. ML Kindly #nlt
flowers.
i BALLIN.?Rudolf, beloved huabanif"** T5uj
genia BuJUn, on May IS. Funeral services
The Funeral Church, Itroaft^aJ. at
I B5th Ht., Monday, May 15. at 10 A. M
EEBCHIN'OR.?On Thursday, May 11, at har
residence. 8.19 West End iv., Eliza, widow '
of Jerome Beecfclnor. Interment .May IS
BRAcco.-At Haekensack HoaplUlijmi **:- .
urdn/, May IS, 1023, Ilarrlette scastalltI
Wheeler, beloved wife of I.mil<j' llracco I
and daughter of Louis P., EmBJr Guest
I Wheeler, In her C7th year. Funlpal reri
vices will be held at the horn# of her '
father, 150 Orient way. Rutheifbrd. X.
J J., on Tuesday evening. May ItJat 0:15.
I Interment private on Wednesday mornln?.
.; ]
CHt'KCH.? Charles B. Church, at ffp; April
24, son of the la'e George Chuixhfand
Maria L. Boftwick. husband of Mdp' War- ,
ran Church. Burial service on [Jdpaday.
May 13, at 2;.10 o'clock, at MshesuriaiCemetery.
Great Harrington, ]
DK WILD.?On May 13. C *
his 31st year, at his ret - i
i niont Gardens, X. V. 4 !
. front his late home, L.
i l.arehnicnt Gardens. Lat ; ,
P. M., on Monday. May If. '
vale. Interment at Ken. .
Kenslco. X. V. Pleaae
Philadelphia pttpers pleaae ' j
HBNNINGER.?Oil Friday. H? 1
Barbara lltnnlngfr fnce M
r.Tth year, beloved wife of 1 r a r (
ringer, mother of Charlea . ^ c.
Anna Neumann. Funeral
residence, 30 ISth nr.. Astc l .
I Monday. May 15, 2 P. M. In :
Michael's Cemetery. Astoria.
JACOBSOX.?Wlllam. Civic L. I f
F. and A. M.. Brethren It I 1
sorrow that 1 have to nnnoo . i
of W. Brother William Jamb ( . >
I requested to attend Masonic \ '.
vices on Sunday, May 34, 193 \
at Meyers I'uncral Cltapel \ :
?\., New Fork. Fraternally \ f
Jack Ooodstc t
M. W. Schwartz. Secretary. ;
; KEN DAEE.?Suddenly. on Saturday, by IS.
Perelval Wallace Kendall, age datycara.
Funeral aervicea at lit* late r* <Beni;<%
i Peal, X. J., on Tuesday. .May 1 L. at S
P. M. Interment private.
; KIE8EING.?On May 12, Mildred M., &ov?4
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J jgyllng,
of 78U Amsterdam av. Funeral ?v1r?s
to b> held at St. Michael's ' 'hursfc. With
at. and Amsterdam av.. on Mon4gi? May
15. at 1:30 P. M.
KIRTEAND.?Entered leto rest on ftji|tday.
May 13, 1923. t.urj, daughter of |?* lata
George and France* Klrtland of XmJ Yorlc
city. Funnel strictly private. 'ti
KOON8.?At Plalnfleld. N. J., at hip reelil"nee.
IHlu Madison av., on FrldsMi May
! 12. 1922. Olivia B.. wife of Ltulut T.
Kootis. Service* private.
MACAULAY.?On Saturday, May ?|i}?l?32,
Marcaret E., beloved mother (M: Mrr.
Katherlno llamr.i. Funeral frnai her
lati) residence, 12M1 4">th at., JBtfough
Park, Brooklyn, on Tuesday afternoon.
May in, at 2:.",0 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery. ?
I McGARB.?On May 11. 1923, the' ~R?v.
j Thomas F. McC.are, late permanent rector
I <M St. Peter ? Church, Hawrstruw, X. Y.
Solemn l>nul?m Mar* at II o'clock Monday.
May l.n, at St. Peter's Church, Havet'atravv,
X. Y. Office of the tNtail Sundae
at H r. M. Interment St. f'eter'y Centri
tcry, Ilaveratraw, X. Y.
! IMljUARDH.-On M?v 12. ljJTl
I -V-Il Wife of William r.BB,
n?r*l service at Vest
Church, Prospect av. and
Bronte. Monday. May
| ferment at K?t>slco Cers^^W
SCHV'AR?At her reali^BL^
12th St.. "i Sattirdai^P^^fc
llertha. "relict" of ' iKF\r
loved mothvr of jn*r|?_^w
Bouts 0, Schwab, In'
her age. Funeral ?ci t*
May IS, at 10 M.. a I
Chapel. .'97 Eexlngton av. *
TIIOMA8.?At her residence If
112th at., Tea Thomas, wir, IB
VI ion * a. Funeral * vice wilt 5
1 he Chnreh of St. Mary the > l||
Vest 4?th at., on Monday, May II
A. M. Interment Greenwood. |
i 111" >.?( : "II Jl*v j j, m.'.:, at h
Hospital, Henrietta Caliun. ?
T'nnlel <!. Thump m. Funeral
fd.setpte* of Christ Central Ch'
I Went Plat st.. Monda . 2 I". M.
VAN' PELT.-Madolaln* K. mothet
line R Osborne, of .TfiT Edgecnm
May 13. Funeral aen leas Th'
Church. Broadway at fiflth st.
May 15. at 11 A. M.
VII.APR.?At Jeraey City. Thursday,
II, 1PU2. Anna Aucueta Vllade (nM Pus* b?ryt.
beloved wife of the lata Cdtarlay A.
Vllade. Relative anil friend* are Invited
to attend funeral sendee* fitinday, May
14. at 'J :50 1> M , at her lata daaMeinrr.
25 Madlaon a v., Jersey City, 7n'.cn.i?nt
Monde y morning. '
IN MEMORIAlVr.
MAJIONET.?In fond and loving mamory o|
John J. Malionay. died May 15, 1919. an
Ai nlvaraary Hlsli Maa? a lii be offered mi
Monilny, May 1". at * A. St., at Our Lade
of Perpetual H?Id Church, 59th at. and
l 5th ?v.. lltooklyn.
; McALFENWN.?In loving momory of Arthur
I Mr Airman, Jr., died May 15. 1920. Ann1
versarjr Mass at tho pleased Paerameut
Church, Wont 71"t at., Slonday, 9 'dock.
PRVOIl.?In loving memory of Nanry Borden
Pryor, who entered Into rnat May 14. tl>19.
Her daughter, E. T. P.
ROK8EM.? In memory of my beloved hit*,
hand and our dear father, Oscar Itoaaen,
alio departed tlile life May 14. 1921.
wife. Daughter and (ton*.
VAN' EPS.-In aad and overlaatlng Irtetmory
of our heloiid father. (?. J. Herman VaM
Ep*. entered Into life eternal May 14, 1914,
AVe nils* you moat who lover ymu beat.
Daughter*.
UN VEILINGS.i
| HAN if AN.?I'nvelilng of monument to tine
lata Helm llnndman to t>* held at Union
Fields Cemetery. Feetlnn G, IMot I i7*t, Sunday,
May 2t, e.t 2 P. St. In caSUtPf rain
postponed until June 19
MOHR.?l.'nvelllng etone of Rcgtnc Molye
(nee Hahm. Sunday. May 21. at. Mount'
j Plea.nnt Cemetery. Tempi* tared of New
Rnehelle section, at 9:1* P M., daylight
saving time. T'aln leave* 'lrand Central
; Terminal at 1:13 P M.. llast.-m ,standard
time, for Mount Pleaaaot.
undertakers! 1
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'Mmerieos Sew "Burial Custom" &M
Call ColumSin 8200 1W
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St.. Jtmina or Islington Subway.
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