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Ex-Vice President
and Mrs. Marshall
End Trip in Ireland
ITe Refuses to Talk on Irish
Politics, but Hopes for Peace j
in That Country.
Spc< idl Cable to Tub New Vubk IIkbai.d.
Copyright, lij;. by Tins New Yobk HuuldNew
York Herald Iturrnu, I
London, Mil)' 14. i
One time Vice-President Thomas R.
'Marshall anil Mrs. Marshall arrived in
Wueenstown last week. He refused to !
taiK irisn politics, out expressed a nope j
for the country's peace. He and Mrs.
Marshall hail returned from si pleasure
tour of Ireland, which was greatly enjoyed.
he said.
Mrs. J. A. Chester of New York is at j
the Ritz, with the Duke and the Duchess j
of Torlonia, who recently arrived from i
At Dudley House In Park Dane, are i
Baroness Moncheur, the wife of the Bel- j
pian Ambassador, who was Miss Char- j
lotte Clayton of Washington; Marchion- j
ss Curzon. Countess Beatty, who was
Miss Ethel Field .of Chicago; Daily!
Beechani and Mrs. James Corrigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonis J. Reckford and ;
Miss Adelaide Reckford of 20 East Six- i
iy-srtcond street. New York, are at the I
Ritz. having arrived from the Crillon in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Savage of New !
York arc visiting with friends, stopping i
ai vjiariogea. aim plan tu go lo, Paris ;
w ithin a fortnight.
Among the Americana who have gone
to Paris are Mr. John H. Connor. Mrs.
Edith Jayne, Mr. and Mrs. Francis L.
Bacon. Mr. J. J. Slinbert. Philadelphia
banker; Mr. l^eonard Blumberg. Mr.
Stephen San ford and Mrs. E. M. Hessle.
Arrivals from Paris Include Mr. Yarnell
Abbott. Mr. Joseph C. Baldwin. Mr.
und Mrs. Robert Serena, who have been
in Italy for two months; Mr. and Mrs. I
John Cr Day, Dr. Ludwig Kast of New J
York, who has been in Vienna; Mr. John ;
Lloyd and' Mrs. George Hopkins.
Mr. Robert Morris, the 'American Min- !
ister to Sweden, has arrived In Prague, j
after a tour of the Balkans.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge P. Weeks have !
gone to Paris.
Among the Americans stopping at the <
Savoy are Mr. W. J. Enfield, Mr. J. H.
MncAlpin, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Morgan,
Mr. C. B. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Oppenhelmer
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Nutting. Mr. and Mrs. John Cebrain.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Houston, Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Berry and Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Herriston.
Charles Hackett to Have Role
of Duke in 'Rigoletto.'
Special Cable to Tub Nbw Yoik Herud.
Copyright, 1922, by Tub New Yobk Herald.
New York Herald Bureau. 1
Purl*. May 14. (
Director Rouche of the Paris Opera is
planning a great Franoo-Ameriean musical
festival to be held early In June,
with "Rigoletto" the chief attraction.
The Paris Opera hitherto has not shown
r tendency to accept American singe-s.
but the recent success of the tenor
Charles Hackett has opened French eyes
to new possibilities and he will be intrusted
with the role of the Duke, with
Haklanoff of the Chicago Opera Company
in the part of Rigoletto.
The soprano role has not yet been assigned.
but it Is understood that if either
Miss Kdlth Mason or Miss Florence Macbeth
arrive in Kurope In time an effort
will be made to obtain one of them for
the role of Gilda. f
Will (live Concert In Theater
Where Jle Formerly Cottdncte-1.
Special Cable to Tub New York limit.
Copyright, 1922, hp The New York Hbrai.d.
New York Herald Bureau. )
Berlin, May 14. (
At tur Bodanzky. conductor of the Met- '
ropolltan Opera, New York, has arrived
here and on Wednesday \y1il conduct a
concert In the Mannheim Opera, where I
-he formerly led the orchestra. He will
present Mahler's fourth symphony. 1
While hero Mr. Bodanzky expects to i
meet the Germarr singers who have been
engaged for the Metropolitan next sea- 1
son?Mmes. Barbara Kemp, Delia Reinhard
and Elizabeth Rethberg, sopranos;
Kurt Taucher, tenor, and Paul Bender
and Gustav Rchutzendorf, bassos.
Rudolph Stanley-Brtjwn to Marry j
MIm Oliver on .fnnr II.
The marriage of Miss Katherine
Fehersncrhorn Oliver, daughter of Mr.
and M"s. M. Schermerhorn Oliver or
Washington street, East Orange, N*. J., '
to Mr. Rudolph Stanley-Brown of Cleveland
and Kew Gardens, N. Y., will take
place in Grace Koisconal Church, Or- '
ange. N. .!., .June G. Mr. Stanley-Brown '
Is a grandson of President Garfield and
is an architect and painter. The bride
will be given in marriage by her brothe-,
Mr. Norrls Schermerhorn Oliver, and
her attendant will be Miss Katrlna Stc- .
vena of Westport, Conn.
Mr. Francis Crardall of Cleveland will i .
be best man. The ushers will Include
Mess-e. James Garfield of Boston, 1
Newell and Edward Garfield of jCleveland,
cousins of Mr. Stanley-Brown;
Louis and Jay Henry, uncles of Miss '
Oliver: Philip Goodwin, Henry Frederick 1
and Frederick King of New York.
Entertains Prior to Marriage to
Mrs. Maliel C. Wllaon.
Mr. C. Arthur Comstock, who is 1 |
marry Mrs. Mabel Claff Wilson of Rait j
Francisco, in that city. May 27. irave lit* i
bachelor dinner at the Union Club last. ,
AmotiR hi* Bursts were Messrs. E.
Hubert Litchfield, Charles L. Hoffman,
K. fi. H. Hlrmnons, Charles M. Billing*. j
Bayard Horn I nick, Effingham t,awrencet
Groavenor Nicholas, D. T. Moore, It. It.
Atterbury. A. Scion Post, James Van '
Woert and Charles G. Meyer.
Spir'al Di?patch to Tim Nsw York Hciui.d
Providbnob, R. I., May 14.?Senator (
and Mrs. fa? Raron B. Colt, who are now '
In Washington. will occupy Linden
Hare, Bristol, the home of the late (
Samuel P. Colt, till* summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I/. Jcnckes 1
have rented a house at Watch Hill for ,
the season.
Miss Betty Watson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Byron S. Watson and Miss
Josephe.ne Jenckes. daughter of Mr. and
Airs. Jenckes, will sail for Europe on '
June 3.
Air. nnd Mrs. Stuart M. Aldrlch and '
avoir (laughter. Miss Louise Aldrlch. will
wit for Europe on hoard the Olympic
on June 3.
Mrs. Wallace ft. Chandler. Miss Mnr> i
Chandler. Mrs. Walter E. Richmond, j
Miss Nancy Richmond. Sir. and Mr*, i
Edward C. Bucklln and her daughter.
Miss Janet B. Guild, will sail for Europe
early in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic B. Head are
guests of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard S. Aldrlch
at their country place at Warwick
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Alexander
will go to California in .felly.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Taylor Pyne will
return to-day from Prfnceton, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riker will go
to their house in Seabright, X. J., next
Friday for the summit.
Mi. and Mrs. Arnold Whltridge will
sail for Europe on May 24 and pass
the summer abroad.
Mr. Francis Burke Roche will divide
the summer between Newport and Tuxedo
Park. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ditson will
go to Jackson. X. H., on June 29 for
the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pratt will go
to Glen Cove, L. I., next Thursday for
the summer.
Mrs. Walter S. Gurnee has gone to
Westbury, L. I., to remain until July,
when she goes to Bar Harbor.
Miss Frances Ogden Jones will be at
74 Park avenue until June 12, when she
goes to New London, Conn.
Mrs. Charles Frederick Hoffman, who
was on a visit here, has returned to
London, England, and joined her daughter.
Miss Marlon K. Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Livingston Hoyt
have gone to tjiaatsburg, N. Y., for a
part of the summer, and will have as
their guests their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Welldon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Gillespie
have closedd their town house at
11 East Eighty-ninth street and with
their family have gone to their home
in Newport, R. I., for the season.
Dr. and Mrs. I'reeton P. Satterwhite
gave a luncheon yesterday at Martin
Halt, their country place at Great Neck,
L. 1., followed by music on the violin
and piano, played by two Russian girls'.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry White will close
their house In R street the last of May
and go to L(enox, Mass., for the season.
Mrs. Kugene Meyer, Jr., and her children
will leave Washington about the
first of June for their summer home at
Mount Klsco, N. Y.
Mrs. Coolidge, wife of the Vice-President,
went to Mercersburg, Pa., yesterday
to stay until Tuesday, with her sons,
John and Calvin Coolidge, Jr., who are
students at Mercersbutg Academy.
The Ambassador of Peru and Senora
de Peget entertained informally at luncheon
yesterday for the delegates to the
Chile-Peru conference.
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Hughes had as their guest for the
week end Mr. Chauncey Lockhart Wadded
of New York, fiance of Miss Catherine
The Minister of the Netherlands and
Mme. Kverwljn will leave Washington
In about a week preparatory to sailing
for Holland to spend the summer months.
In the absence of the Minister, Dr. J. B.
Hubrecht will be charge d'affaires.
Chief Justice and Mrs. William Howf.
t.,1 T., ft ,?ni Uovn Wnahinrrlnr. ill tilt
the middle of June and will sail from
New York for England to join their sonin-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Johnson Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr..
have accompanied Ills mother and sister.
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt .and Miss
C.race Vanderbilt, on their return to
New York, and will remain with them
until the middle of this week.
Mr. Nobile Tomasso Assereto, Third
Secretary of the Italian Embassy, entertained
a company at luncheon yesterday
at the Montgomery Country Club. t'ol.
and Mrs. Morris Ernest Locke also had
a luncheon party at the club.
The new Secretary of the Legation of
Rumania, Mr. Frederick Nano, and Mme.
Nano have arrived in Washington and
are at Ward-man Park Hotel. Upon the
departure of the Minister. Prince 111besco,
for Europe, Mr. Nano will act as
charge d'affaires.
Mrs. Charles M. Foulke will close her
home in Massachusetts avenue to-morrow
and with her granddaughter. Miss
illndys Chapman Smith, will go to Phllidelphia
for a visit before going to New
York, from where they will sail May 31
for France.
The Ambassador of Argentina and
Mme. Le Breton, who are leaving Washington
on Saturday, were guests of honor
iir ? euppcr jmrt.y Kivcn ihm iii?mi uj 111c
Chilean Ambassador and Mine. Mathleu.
Dancing followed, continental customs
nf Sunday observance being the vogue In
South America. The French Ambassador
and Mnif. Jusserand will give a dinner
to-night for Dr. and Mine, be Breton.
Special Corretpnndrnrr to Tira New To?K
, ltraoi.n.
Paris, May 4.?The following Amerl-ans
have registered at the office of The
\rw York Herald of Parit: *
From New York: Mrs. James Cranage,
Harry Paltrowits, Matthew Berzcn. O.
Mnw Fougner, Miss Kulalia R. McFedIcn.
A. C. Sinai and Nathan Caenburg.
From Philadelphia: Clarence A. D.
Finn, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Ollner, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Roth. Mr. and Mrs. John Sllnaker, Thadiens
From Buffalo: Mrs. Christiana Smith
Kerr. Miss Florence Marshall Kerr, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford G. Glthinfj and Mrs.
George S. Donaldson.
Front other places: Mrs. George G.
Young. A. Rebskale Marks, bos Angeles ;
Kaslmir Mlheluck, Roslyn; Major-Gen.
?nd Mrs. J. b. Chamberlain, Washington,
n. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Grant MacCurdy,
New Haven; John A. Montgomery, Sarannah
; Mrs. Francis Walton, San Francisco
; Somln Rosenbloon. Henry Rosenbloon.
Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. E. Smith,
Miss Julia E. Smith, Springfield, Mass. :
Edward Stern, Mrs. E. Stern, Miss Selnia
Stern, Master Marcel Stern. Newark. N,
J.; G. t.'. Bauer, Boston: Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Stern. Huntington, W. Vh. ;
James F. Flynn, Erie. Pa. : Edward b.
Robinson, Mrs. E. Robinson, Miss Martha
Robinson. Bultlinore : Mrs. John Heath,
John Heath. Rprkeley, Cal. : Mrs. Albert
Stein. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. C.
Marshall, Greenwich, Conn.
jr. n. osrorne reti rnino.
Gknoa. May 14;?Mr. John Ball Osborne.
the American Consul-General
riore. accompanied by Mrs. Osborne and
their "laughter. Miss Oihernr. will sail
lo-morrow for New York on board the
new Italian stesmshln Contn ltnsNn
which will make Its. first trip to the
United Steles.
tlRvssKUi, May 1 4.?Klna Albert has
decorated Mr Samu. I Mill of Seattle,
Wash., with the Or ier of Commander
)f the Crown of Beliclum The decora lion
was confcrr. n In recognition of
Mr. 11111 'h services to B"leinm.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Q. Alexander
of (,'htcaao arrived In New York yesterday
nnil are at the Ambassador.
Also there are Mrs. .1. N. Ifixon of
Pasadena. Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. If.
W. Chapln of Syracuse, N, Y. <
Messrs. F. M. Holies of Boston and
J. A. King of Toronto are^t the Hotel
Majestic. .
Miss Edith Taylor C
ToBe Debutante of
Summer in Newport
Second Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Taylor to Introduee
at New Home.
Special Diupalch to Thi New York Hhraid Cl
Newport. R. i., May 14.?One of the
important social events of the season
at Newport will be the introduction to si
society of Miss Edith Taylor, second A.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Taylor
of Mount Kisco, .N. V. The introduc- ^
tion party will take place in August at e>
I the new country home of .Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor at Glen Farm, near Newport. te
Upon the death of Mr. Henry A. C. pi
Taylor In May a year ago his country
estate, widely known as the home of bs
fine live stock, became the property of di
his son, Mr. Moses Taylor. He is hav- fe
ing constructed a large dwelling to take A
the place of the former rustic farmhouFc
and this will be occupied by the
family the lutter part of July. Mr. Tay- Q
lor returned to New York yesterday st
after an inspcctlou of the work on his A
new villa. Rl
Miss Marion Taylor, eldest daughter fa
of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, was Introduced P:
to society a yeur ago last winter.
The Countess Guy de' Lesteyrie, a ;
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Henry D
; Warren. Is now convalescent, it is st
i learned by friends here to-day. after er
| a ser'ous operation in Paris. She is ! br
i taking exercise by walking four miles fn
I daily. Mr. and Mrs. Warren have re- bt
j turned to this country after be'ng with b?
Iter during the illness. They will open dt
I Sea Fields June 1. ce
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Hamilton G
Rice have opened Mirimar for the sea- es
son. They are at present in England ov
and will sail from Southampton on May Gi
18 to oome direct to Newport. There ar
will be much entertaining at Mirimar tv
this summer.
Mr. Williams Burden was among the
successful contestants on the tennis *ii
courts at the Casino thla morning. ?
Mrs. W. Watts Sherman Is occupying
her estate at Ochre Point; Mr. and Mrs. ?
Lawrence Lewis Gillespie, the latter her
daughter, will arrive at their Bellevue
avenue estate this week. _
Mrs. Vanderbllt will open The Break- r
ers for the season to-morrow, and will
arrive shortly afterward.
Mrs. Charles H. Pierrepont Gilbert is
here at her cottage in Bellevue avenue ,
for the summer. .
Arriving to-day at the Muenchinger ?
King: are Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Cassntt
from Philadelphia. Mr. Krnest .
Tlowe from Washington. with his ^
brother. Mr. Walter Bruce Howe: Mr. c|
nnd Mrs. John C\ Waterbury, who will
take a cottage here this season: Mr. a
and Mrs. C. D. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. ro
George Bancroft from New York.
Many Sojourners Take Drives
.Over Mountain Trails. co
yprr-ial Dispalch tn Tim Nr.w Yoiik Hfrai.p. St
Hot .Springs. Va? May 14.?Luncheon
parties at mountain resorts were the in
chief diversions of many sojourners here
Mrs. Carl J. Schmldlapp, who came in ?
yesterday from New York, motored to P'
Faasifern Farm for luncheon, and Mr. bt
and Mrs. Henry Kaye of London drove v'
there and came back through the Jackson
River valley.
Mrs. Frederick A. Snow and Mr. ct
George Palen Snow of New York also a|
went to Fassifern for luncheon after . m
driving through Warm Springs Gap. j B
Mrs. Frederick Weston of Holyokc, 1 f)
Mass.. gave a small luncheon to-day at ' .
Valley View and then took her guests !
Hi-01.0.1, lh? Tnnirle rnnrl I >'<
veil ~ tv
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rellgman of New |
York had as dinner guests last night
Col. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley Evans. Mr"). bfl
Robert A. Black, Mr. Robert Batcheller '
and the Baron and Baroness Rosen- ^
Mr. Evander B. Schley of New York ^
dined last night with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Russell of New York. ta
Mrs. John McCoy of New York was ; yj
among the guests at a dinner given last ; nr
night by Mrs. William K. Groves of b.
New York.
Mrs. Henry P. Gardner of New York a
gave a luncheon party yesterday at nc
Fnsslfern for Mts. Richardson Metcalf jn
Johnson and Miss Caroline Johnson, who to
left to-day for Hollowell, Me. b,,
Mrs. John Clinton Gray of Newport
and New York drove to Warm Springs .
and stopped on the return at Valley
View for tea. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhlverlck and
| Mr and Mrs. Melville E. Ingalls were
members of the New York colony riding t
! thi? afternoon.
Mrs. William H. Dougherty, with Mr.
Nelson Dougherty and Miss Nanno
Dougherty, have arrived from New York.
Mr. Robert K. Wurtz came in to-day
; with the Misses Marlon. Rosamond and tv
Eleanor Wurtr. from Philadelphia to Rejoin
Mrs. Wurtz. who arrived last week.
! Also arriving to-day were" Mr. and 'r
; Mrs. Charles Wheeler of Rochester, N. w
Y.; Mrs. John W. T.eslle of Evanston, ur
| III.; Mrs. F. I,. SuttelllTe of Boston and
i Mr. S. Klssam Kerr of New York. ex
W MI TIC SI l.niil it IPDivr.a
Mprrial Ui*tuttrh to The New York Herald- T1
White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. s.r
May 14.- The colony here spent the day G<
riding and driving and informal entertaining
at luncheons and teas and Rath- L<
ered in the lobby of the Green Brier th
after dinner for the Sunday night con- gr
cert. St
Mr. Russell C. Ia>ve entertained at
dinner for Mrs. Edward W. McKenna,
Mr. and Mra. H. L. Judd, Mien Edith M.
Hopwood, Dr. Charles E. Hayes and
J. K. Love. '
Among those lunching at the Casino ar
were the Rev. Dr. Maltland Alexander. w
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Walton. Mr. and n*
Mrs. E. O. MacBeth, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 'j'
, Rearick, Mrs. Charl*a Dahllnger. Mr. ' c
and Mrs. John C. Pogue, IJeut.-Col.
j Robert Marsh. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Rahnren. Miss Marie Bottlse Bahnaen, '
Mr. nn<l Mrs. H. O. Carnell and Dr. Alex- ,a
ander Orvln. A.
Mrs. John Griffin and Miss Griffin
drove to Dewisburg to-day. j tl(
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Eraiier drove out fjF
to the Old Sweet Springs. wl
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Yelser, Jr., Mr. ^r'
J and Mrs. P. J. Klach and Mr, and Mrs. be
j T. 8. Goodman were members of a rid- ,n
ing party that spent the morning on wi
the mountain trails. Pn
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clarkson Pot- b>
tor, Jr., of New York motored to Elm- wl
hurst Farm for luneheon. \ 'oi
W. S. Smith took a party of friends | tK
In a motor around Organ rave loop, and
Mrs. E. Barton Wise, who arrived here 111
from Richmond last night, motored to r-t
Hot Springs. w<
Mr. Augustus If. Ivlns and Miss Edith ?'
tvlns of New York started home by
motor yesterday. "
Tlie Rev. Dr. George Gierke Hough;
ton. rector of the (''Ivirch of the Trans- ^i*
j figuration. New York, and his daughter,
i Mrs. Charles A. I,. Strorr.hom, will re- (j|
i turn to New York to-morrow and will ' ,
go shortly to their summer home at
Bedford. N. V.
Arrivals* to-day at the Green Brier
Included Mr and Mrs. J. S. Palmer of .
New York, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. "('assail.
Mr. and Mra. E. O. Wlllrleh of
Cincinnati and Paul Clngstone of Sas da
Francisco. lis
laughter of King: mid Queen
of Rumania Undergoes I
Athens. May 14 (Associated Press).
-Crown Princess Elizabeth, wife of
rown Prince George of Greece and ,
tughter of the King and Queen of Itu- i
ania, who has been 111 for some time ; i
ist, ia in a very critical condition. !
ie is suffering from a pleural abscess, j
n operation was performed yesterday, j
At 2 o'clock this morning there were j
rmptoms of pulmonary oedema, with !
-eat weakness of the heart and cold
The evening bulletin reported the i
mperature of the patients as 102.5; I
tlse 150, respiration 52.
The King and Queen of Rumania
ive left, the bedside of their youngest
lughter, Princess lleana, who is suf- !
BrciiAitEST. May 14.?The King: and
ueen of Rumania have left for Conanzn
on receipt of word to-day from
then* that Princess Elizabeth was in
1 extremely dangerous condition. The
istest warship will convey them to W
Princess Elizabeth was married to the
uke of Sparta, eldest son of King Conantine
of Greece, last, ycai t.fter their
:gagement had several times been
oken because of objections ficm both poi
,millet. Their courtship begat, in 1913, | Ah
it when the world war began the Duke, mr
>tter known as Prince George, was am
awn away from the Rumanian Prin- an
'3s by pro-German sympathizers of the In
reek court. When Constantlne was ma
:pelled from Groece he renounced his Pr
vn rights as well ag those of Prince tin
eorge to the throne, and Prince Alex- ca
ider succeeded. Constantlne ar.d George j tin
ent to Switzerland, where thpv lived '
r three years near Lucerne. , we
The Rumanian Princess was at on* ret
fne reported to be in love wth a poor Ml
ratt Institute, Buoohlyn, Will K\
Make Test of Theory.
The Missourlan; who want to be 1
town that It Is x>o.?albl.? for a family ! ter
four to live on 135 a week, and live
imforrably, are to have their oppor- '
inlty. Pratt Institute, In Brooklyn, mt
is decided to take the Income theory thi
f thj graphic chart an 3 out of the Co
assroom and put it to v. oi k in a series
1 practical demonstrations for which t-"1
selected few will be permitted to en- sp<
II at the Institute. ) 0f
Frederick W, Howe, director of the
'hool of Household Art.* at Pratt, who
to have charge ' f the experiment. toI
plains that, in addition, the Institute tots
taken houses at 220 and 223 WIN .
ughby avenue. Brooklyn, where girls
III be taught that a house can be comrtably
maintained lor fomllies on In- th<
mes of $3,500 and $2.5(0 a year relectively.
An anartn.mt at 150 ,
euben street has beer, taken, which ' '
being arranged for a fa.nlly with an ! to
come of $35 a week. j on
The course will 'ast three months. jj(
iris who choose tba $35 a week incom- ;
marric1 women wio alio IK- admitted, lof
ovlded they do not bring their bus- | De
inds?will pny $200 for the course It , |n(
111 cost $225 to erfroll in the $2,500 i
vision and $250 in 'he $3,500 group. . ro
Necessarily, the experiment will be
in fined to a small groi\p. The first 1 fr>
spllcants who prove intellectually and
orally acceptable w.ll be chosen. Four ! Hi
Iris will live In the Steuben street j 15
vartment on $35 a week. At 220 Wll- an
ughby avenue, a three-story house. Co
x girls will experiment on $3,500 a eel
;ar, and at 223 Wikoughby avenue, a on
co-sto. y house, five girl* will fight it j thi
it for three months on a rate of $2,500 i
year. A new batc.'i of m pllcants will de
received ?.t the en i of wit first three ! at
onths The course opens '.n September. , tei
lie age llralts are 16 and 00. ,TM
Budgets will be followed and records ] w'
:pt In all the experiments, under the j ve
oidanco of the instructors. Enter- j
inmei.t and recreation will be pro- ' jj]
ded for the students. The two houses
id thi apartment are being furnished
' the present home naktng eiasses.
"Plenty of families arj living on $35
wee!:," said Mr. Howe, "but they artit
getting all they might out of their
come. We propose to show them how Sli
use the sum at their disposal to the mt
ist advantage." ct>(
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She Telia Photographer a. lv
ChIcsoo, May 14.?Lord and I^aily *g
itor arrived in Chicago to-day for a ^
.'o days' visit, the viscountess as the tht
lest of the Illinois League of Women he
oters. Lady Astor this afternoon W"nt
om the train directly to h.'r hotel and pit
ill not appear at any public function 19
it 11 to-morrow. da
"There's no powder on niy nose." she \'o
plained at the station as she wait el
I |'IKJ1V||I.1|II>CIII HI IIIBKI' piviurt'3. I
less it doesn't make much difference. R
r my features don't fit, I am told. p'
ley :ire nil right, individually, hut they ?
cn't assembled well, as AuekUnd ^
jddes onfe fold me."
"Slit urged women to fight for the
ague of Nations and characterised
e American newspaper as "one of the
eatest signs of progress in the United !
ates during the last eight years." '|p{j
K new method of transmission of music
d other sounds, called "wired wireless." Co
III ho demonstrated to-night at a din- an
r of the Men's Open Table at the Na- Ca
inal Arts Club. 2* Grameroy Park. 'l*J
>mmandev William Seaman Main- Mr
idge. M. C.. U. I. N. R. F. will pre-" W.
Je. E
*n announcement sent out yesterday 1
ys that Lieut.-Col. C. A. Heoane. U. 8.
, signal corps, will speak on "World Mr
mmunleatlons."ending with tt ileseriD- He
5n of the "Newmt and moat marvelous' Ml
ivelopmenta In the field of radio? | Mil
Ired wireless." With the aid of officers I
oiii headquarters at Oovernors Island Dr
i will demonstrate this new method of ' Kl:
Fiiismisalnn. Off the electric light wires Mr
III come violin aoloa. with piano sccom- j Uo
Inment of some original compositions
B. Sherman Fowler, played some- i
here by him. A specially constructed Sr,
op set will also waft music from his- j ' |
nt points. .
Motion pictures of the up to date. .
ethods of the United States Signal 1 'R_
rps, showing how our army does Its ( qff
irk at home and abroad, will lie part w,
the entertainment.
_ ^ ^ ISO
CAMRRtpor. Mass.. May 14.?All can- Wll
dates for the A. B. decree from Bad(Te
College must be able to swim. '
ve and float, beginning with the c,a?s | Vpr
19^4? A large elass of undergrad- j ]
te.s now Is learning the art of '.If.;,
vlntr. ' "j,
QXGLINH r?flll l\ "KICiAIIO." J'
> o
FATtts, May 14.?The Fifinro on Thurs- tor
iys hereafter will print a page In ling- til.
h for the heneflt of American readers. Ne
jjr 'vS* SC^pppw?5
Crown Princess Elizabeth.
et. It whs about that time that King
exander became ill from tbe bite of a
>nkey. With the death of King Alexder
Constantine returne 1 to the throne
d the Crown Prince reg-ilred his title.
the meantime negotiations for the
irriage of Princess Elizabeth and
ince George had been resumed with
> consent of King Ferdinand, which
used considerable comment at the
After their marriage the roya'. couple
nt to Smyrna, where Prince George
>resented his Government in Asia
inselld in Shape for Match
With Covey.
Walter A. Klnsella, America's squash
inis and court tennis champion, is
swing his best form in practice
itches in Ijondon since his arrival
ree weeks ago to play George F.
vey, the title holder, for the world's
ampionship. The London Herald '
^aks of Klnsella's work on the courts
The Prince's and The Queen's clubs ,
amazing. Covey also is reported in *
5 form for the Dig match, which begin '
day in London.
The men will play four sets on Mony
apd Wednesday and if neither has ?
?n won seven games play will conlue
on Saturday. Klnsella's confi- <
nee Is exhibited in a recent message I
a friend here, declaring he will win '
d the match be over on Wednesday. ,
: was anxious for a time' about his i
C, whose tendons were badly cut last 1
cember when Klnsella, while inspe.ctt
a squash court, fell through, the glass i
of which gave way under him. No 1
Iffness or other trouble hsa developed i
im the injury, which healed perfectly I
In two practice matches played since
Lt arrival T?T lnc.?l lia a7f?vr? :i hflnrffpfli. ftf I
each to Druce of The Queen's club
id Dickinson, the latter rated clone to
ivey as a court tennis expert. Klnlla
beat Dickinson three straight sets
d won from Druoe three out of four.
r scores being 6?2. 5?7, C?3, fi?3.
In 1914 Klnsella In London and Paris
feated all the Kuropcan professionals
court tenni^ Including Covey, but thV
ms of their match Included an a (tree;nt
for a return match In New York,
ilch the outbreak of the war prented.
r John Joseph Asser Mnrrled ^
York Girl.
Hamilton-, Bermuda. May 14.?Gen.
James VVlllcocks, the most decorated ,
in in the British artny. is to be spe- j
rded as Governor of Bermuda by f
cut.-Gen. Sir John Joseph Asser, ad- j
es received here state. Sir James ,
illcocks has arranged to return to
igland by direct steamer leaving here '
ne-2. The date of the arrival of the I
iv Governor has not been determined. r
Sir John Joseph Asser was born In
57, entered the British army in 1807,
is attached to the Nile expedition in !
97-98. was present at the battles of 1
bara and Khartoum and commanded t
; Sudan expedition In 1899. Although t
had retired from the army when the
irld war began, he rejoined and was t
iced as commander of an area. In j
01 Sir John Joseph married Leila, |
tighter of James Wotherspoon of New
rial Pinpatch to Tits New York tlssAi.n i
Atlantic Cttt, N. J., May 14.? I
\ Michael Kwapiszewski. councilor,
the Polish Deration at Washington,
d Mrs. Kwapiszewski are at the Hltzrlton.
Arrivals from New York at the Antusador
include Mr. and Mrs. Dudley
Grath, Mrs. John Purroy Mltchel. Mrs.
wart. N. Broituna. Mr. Jonathan
tore, Mrs. Cha-les Rlberman. Mr. and
s. Frank H. Baxter, Mr. I,. Edward
yes and Mr. A. Lawrence Burrows,
rraymore?Mr and Mr*. \V. Harrison
le. Mr and Mrs. A. J. I-radstreet, Mr.
d Mrs. Russell Allen Miss Evelyn
mpboll. I)r. Lawrence ?..r. Stanton. Mr.
ibert Gardiner. Mr. (J V?". F. Olney,
s. Uankln Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Johnson Fo-cst Hills, and Mrs.
Donald Tolles.
Warlborotifrh-Blenln Im?Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Fr.arell, Miss Catherine Farrell, t
n.'irhy Klebarrhon. Mr. Fred \V
rbort, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tf. f,awrenoo,
aa Roao Loeffler of Brooklyn and
aa K V. Younsr.
Aenr.la?Mlaa Clementine Be SoniT. ?
. Thomas M. Rrtnnin, Mr. Charles J. ,
HlWf, Mr. rind Mrs. H. A. Grace, '
a. Valentine IT. Rvereon and Mrs. ; a
orif T. Moore, both of Brooklyn. ! t
'CioI fHnpntch In Ttif! New York Mkraio. f
LakrwoOD, N. .1., May 14.?At the '
urel Hotisa wh;eh closes io?mnrrow ?r- '
. and Mrs. R. (J. Herndon, Mr. Charts*
ot. Mies Root, Mrasra Richard .1 n
wart, William R. Colllna and Grant | ''
tchell. Mr. and Mra. J. K Anders of 1
w York. Reaervatlona have been '
de at I.anrel-ln-the-1'lnes by several
those now at the l,?urrl House, ?h '
I tomaly In Ijukewood.
njoi iim'.iii i\ nnnx \ \ u.i.r..
rial Pi*r>atrli In Til* New Vnm llrtilli t
Bpoxvtt.t.K. X. Y? May 1 I Arrivals f
Hotel Gramatan, Bronxvllle, Include c
as May V. Fuller, Olen Kldse, N. J.; t
aaea Betly Noble and Gertrude Root, t
rthanipton, Maaa. : Mra, .lay W. Mor- t
i and Mlaa Mary II. Morton. GhlcaffO. a
, and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moloney of d
w Torlt. t
Rumania's Queen
Hopes to Visit
America in Fall
tlarie Would Personally Express
Gratitude for Our
Help in War.
Bucharest, May 14 (Associated j
'rAis).?Queen Marie of Rumania may,
orego her coronation Oils fall to visit
lie United States. (Queen Ala~ie is a
rranddaughtor of Queen Victoria.)
llnce the signing of the armistice the
lueen has heen planning to go to the i
.Tnlted States, but pressing affairs in
ter own country and the expenses of
he long land and ocean Journey have
leterred her. Now invitations ?from
riends and petitions from women clubs
md civic societies are pouring in on
.er so fast she finds it difficult to reist
them. The Rumanian Government,
lowever, would prefer the Queen receive
l formal invitation from the White
^ouse that there might be 110 mistake
oncoming her status.
The Queen to-day made it clear to
he Associated Press that if she went
o the l.'nlted State It would be with
lie object oi seeing the country and
hanking in person the thousands of
Americans who helped Rumania so gen- i
xousty during and after the war. She
aid It was absurd to think she would j
'ligage in any motion picture enter- j
"I wish also." the Queen added, "to I
ee your big hearted, sympathetic and j
lumane President, your enterprising and 1
lever men and I desire especially to j
alk with your women and get the bene- I
it. of their ideas, wisdom and experience. '
"I hope the American people do not
telleve for ar. instant the idotic lnven
n motion pictures. It is altogether ofenslve
and provoking to have my name (
inked with these things.
"I must plead with the American
tewspapera to be fair to me. How uterly
unchivalrous and reprehensible it
s for some of them to say, as they did
ecently, that I had given up going to '
Vmerica because I was jealous of the t
eception accorded Marshal Foch. My | '
tame seems to amuse the public. T sup>ose
lhat is the penalty one has to pay
'or having the courage not to be exactly
ike anybody else."
The Queen discussed the forthcoming <
narriage of her second daughter, Prine- .
ss Marie, to King Alexander of Jugoslavia.
She said she was cofident this i
vould be a step in the direction of unity i
ind peace in the Balkans. \
"But. Marie added, "it is a mistake i
ind unfair to say it Is a political mar- I
iage. You know even among Kings! ]
ind Princesses there Is such a thing as | (
love at first sight." That is what hap- i
icned in this case. The young King had j i
lever met my daughter until he came,
o Bucharest last January. When he I ,
mw her he held out both hands and ] 1
(aid, 'T need you; my country needs
fou. Will you come and" help us?" That j ,
dmple, frank plea won her heart."
Marie said she often smiled at the po- i
dtlon she had been forced into by the ,
circumstance that she was the Queen-j
Mother-ln-Law of the Balkans.
"I can assure you," Marie added, j
laughingly, "I am a very lenient mother
In-law, and not the traditional termagant.
The three children I have given
to the thrones of Greece, Rumania and
Jugo-Slavla are supremely happy with
their choices. [Despatches from Athens
<ay Princess Elizabeth of Rumania, who
married the Grown Prince of Greece, Is
'rltlcally ill.] All are bound to get on
veil together, and If we have such peace
ind contentment in our family life, why '
an't we have it as political and gco- I
traphlcal neighbors?"
Hard to Unload Burden Assumed
for Circulation. j
London, May 14.?It Is an open secret t
hat the publishers of one or two of the' '
London penny morr ng newspapers are j j
torry that they e< *r engaged In th?!|
lerce competition which they have been | t
(raging for some weeks to gain elrcula- i '
Ion by giving subscribers free Insurance (
'or a variety of accidents, ills and all- 1
nents. 1
Having taken It up and boomed them- J
telves unsparingly as great public bene- ,
'actors, the papers do not see their way I?
o drop It without great loss of prestige
ind circulation. J <
One paper of a large circulation states '
har since the first of the year it has i
laid claims amounting to ?15.000 under
ts free accident Insurance scheme. An- <
ither credits Itself with paying over 60" t
laims and ?S,000 for free Insurance ln.i
he same period.
Tills campaign has been watched with !
ntense Interest. Some of the papers have
iffered to obtain readers odd and un- ,
isual lines of Insurance so as to at-i
ract attention as the first In that par-j
leul.ir field.
One paper started a boom In Its free (
nsurance scheme by announcing that It
vas the one and only paper that pa.d (
ompensatlon for lost, strayed, stolen or',
lamaged laundry. Another capped this j
>y advertising itself a.s the only paper j
hat paid a compensation for accidents 5
iccurring either In a subscriber's own i
farden or that of somebody else.
Another claims It Is the only paper ]
unnlng a free insurance scheme that In- ,
iludes a householder's servants or the
lally charwoman in Its accident bene- j
Its without making any extra charge. ,
A Illlnm Collier to He Director of
The Friars Public Frolic will be Riven j
t tiie Manhattan Opera House, on Sunlay
night, .lure i. with William Collier:
* "Krolleker." "Frollckcr" la the title !
he Friars have given the director gen-1
ral of their entertainments.
Abbot Oeorire M. Cohan will ronn:
rom Roston to lend a helping hand In
he preliminaries and to participate In
he performances.
I.nst night at the Monastery the v'rlrs
Club held a "get-together" be.f steak
Inner. Mr. Collier railed for vohin- j
eer9 nr.il the eptlro company stepped
orward as one man.
l-'rlar Collh r with one hand enr dlrd .
layers and with tin other sold tickets. i
(till) IMHTV I'Ofl VKTUH A N j
The Stage Children's Fund of which I 1
trs. Millie Thome Is president and T.ee I 1
ihubert honorary president, will hold a '
an! par'y <o.morrow at the Actor Hotel,
he proceeds of which will be donated
o the campaign for the Veterans' Motinnln
Camp, Which Is the American l.e- |
[Ion's mountain home for tm III and ,
llsahled who have served honorably In j
he armed forcea of the United States. (
Dr. Henry M. Howe, n
Noted Mine Expert,
DtVs j4ge of 74
Son of .Julia Ward Howe and|c
Professor Emeritus in Co- If,
lumbia Eniversity.
i A
Dr. Henrv M. Howe, aged VI. professor i ' '
emeritus of metallurgy at Columbia Ulii- ! w
rerslty and an internationally known ; g.
sciestist. died yesterday at his home ljl
In Broad Brook road. Bedford Hil Is w
He was the son of Julia Ward Howe, j(
author of "The Battle Hymn of the b
Republic." -
vas graduated f-om Harvard in 1869. In I
1871 he was graduated from the Massahusetts
Institute of Technology and the
ruixt year he took his M. A. degree at
Harvard. In 1905 he received the degree D
if LL,. D. from Harvard and Lafayette.
He became professor of metallurgy at J.'
Columbia in H897.
He was president of the Jury of Mim s
ind Mining at the Chicago Exposition ?|
in 1893 ; a member of the Jury at the
Paris Expositions of 1889 and 19t?0; L
president of the American Institute cf (j.
Mining Engineers in 1893: president for >v
hree terms of the Alumni Association C
if the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
; honorary member of the Rus- j ^
dan Imperial Technical Society, the | British
Institution of Mining and L
Metallurgy, the Swedish Royal Acad- o<
;my of Science and many other organizations.
Dr. Howe was a chevalier of the Jj,|
jion of Honor. In 1906 lie was made a ^
might with star of the First Order of 6t.
Stanislas. Russia. He was a member
if the Century and Harvard Clubs and ( (
he Technology Clubs of this city and
Boston. He was the author of "Copper Pj
Smelting," "Metallurgy of Steel," and
'Iron, Steel and Other Alloys."
I?r. Howe's father was Dr. Samuel L
Hridley Howe. He leaves his wife, wno
was Miss Fannie Clay of Troy, N. Y. =
Stricken Playing Handball at
Bradley Beach.
John O'Regan, once amateur sculling j
champion of the world, died suddenly i j_.(
yesterday at Bradley Beach, X. J., while ' fj1
playing handball with Ward Kremer, an j r;j
ittorney. Mr. O'Kegan was 61 years of |
ige and was over six feet tall. He had j r
beaten most of the younger men In j JJ
Asbury Park at handball. He was Jt
stricken suddenly as he joked with K
Kremer about having defeated iiim. Mr,
O'Kegan liver at 509 Monroe avenue,
Asbury Park. He was ben in Canada.
Teamed with William Gifford, Mr,
O'Regan won the amateur doubles sculling
championship of the world at James- u
town, X. Y.. In 1887. He was a charter
member and a founder of the Metropolitan
Rowing Club of Xew York, where
he was affectionately known as "the
Commodore." He had rowed in ?ciub
-egattas until about two or three years c.
Mr. O'Regan was president of the MidHe
States Rowing Association and of
he Harlem Rowing Association several
years ago. For more than eighteen d
years Mr. O'Regan served on the executive
board of the Xational Amateur
Rowing Association, and acted as official
at races artd regattas In this country and
Canada. In 1S87 he won the Canadian
sculling championship.
Mr. O'Regan attended virtually every v
regatta of Importance in this country
and abroad and never missed a Henley
regatta. Several years ago he made a
tour of the world, and was entertained
by rowing associations in almost every
country, including Japan He was a
member of the Honolulu Rowing Club.
He leaves his wife. "
i at Of a vf Jkrr? urn n a dt
tii ri ihkx ncn r/ini
Devotion to Duty Costs Well
Known Actress Life.
Special Dispatch to Tun Njw Yo?k Hnut.n. j|
Chicago, May 14.?Devotion to licr
">art in "Anna Christie" cost Eugenie
Wair. well known character actress, her
ife last night. Rather than send on an
inderstudy she returned to the stage at
he Cort Theater. As she came off after
ier second appearance she sank on a
hair, tore away the heavy, coarse clotting
she wore In the part of Martha, a
vaterfront woman, called for water and
'ell dead.
After her first appearance Miss Blair
omplaincd of a terrible pain In her
nead, and the star. Miss Pauline Ig>rd. ?
isked her If she wanted to send on an
inderstudy or to have a doctor. Miss Q1
Klair, replied that she "would stick it
>ut." She went back and though in
extreme pain went through the line*.
Attendants carried her body to a
Iresslng room and the play went on. ?l
Neither Miss Ixird nor the audience knew
jf the tragedy.
Miss Blair was 50 years old. She was
liverccd from Robert Downing, the
ragedian. in 1912. A daughter. Kleanor
Montell, Is an actress. . p.
M holronle Dry Good* Denier Is
I T.
( sneer Victim nt fill.
Wllllanm Bovee Taylor, aged 69. for
hlrty years owner of a wholesale dry |
foods business at 24 Thomas street, died 1
ast night In his home, 201 West 117th
itreet, after an illness of two months,
'rom cancer of the stomach. ITe was
lorn In Troy, and went to Philadelphia
when a few years old. Ho attended
luhllc schools In Philadelphia until 14!
. ears old, when he went to work for a
Iry goods company. He came to New v
fork six years later.
Mr. Taylor was a Mason. Ho leaves
lis wife and a sister, Mrs. Lillio C. \*
Noyes. Funeral services will be held In
lis late home Wednesday evening
[lurlal will be Thursday In Sleepy Holow
Cemetery. w
Fort pum, May 14.?State Comptrol-!
or James A. Wendell was hurled In the
lamlly plot yesterday after a simp!* j
p>Mi *'r m.rv.f ui?. .iiiiirr,
?ov. Wood and Speaker Marhold of the
Vsrembly were among the honorary j '
tallhoprrrs. The active pallbearers w?ie
tfflclal* from th" Comptroller's office. M
rhe Ilev. E. A. MoOullum of C&stletnn
ind the Rev. Crelghton B. Story of Al-,
>any conducted the services at the;
nov. W il l i \ >i IBM %ii \M. .
I.nNnov, Ma\ II ?The Right Honor-:ible
William Abraham, aged 80. who 4
va.? member of the House jf C ommons ^
or the Rhondda division fror 18S." to J
IBIS, and ??a n hi died in Cardiff I
o-nlght. lie was the son of workinc 1
oilier and copper smelter and worked
n the mines when 10 yoa-'i o*' ago, He
>erame n miners' agent. He was treas-I
ire> of the Miners' Federation of Great
irit -tin. f ?
I II Mil.K* \\ . RIC H tuns.
Arnt'MTA, Me., May 14. Charles IV. _.
ft I chard*. aged.60. for thirty-three years
onnected, with the Kennebec Journal
n nn cditirlnl capacity, died h?ie tolight
after a surgical operation.
till Friend Sovet'. From Car'*
PJungc by Jumping.
Ph il.ADEI.phi a. May 14.?Apparently
tarting a motor car prematurely M(?'j
atherine McCormick was drowned toay
when the car plunged overboard In
venty-five feet of water at the Phllat-lpliia
Navy Yard.
.Miss McCormick was about to start
ome and was at the wheel of the car.
hich belonged to T. Turner, a second
ass fireman on one of the battleships.
Turner had cranked the machine and
as preparing to get in when tfte car
tive a lurch and dashed Into the river
sfore an effort could be made to halt it.
A gill friend of Miss McCormick who
as standing on the running board
tmptd before the machine cleared the
OFT in Hotel Biltmore or Grand Central
Station aquamarine and dlamoad pendant
irrlng. Return BRACK. STAR It & FROST,
eward lit.*..r>0.
OFT?Oil front aiele neat the I.ong&ere
Theater Thursday evening, lace bag. ivitli
era glassae and vanity case. Return ta
Flast B.'th.
OST?Friday afternoon, bar pin, pearls,
diamond**, lapis lazuli, possibly liloominsile's,
Madison or Dexlngton av. ears; rearil.
ll'fl East .TflHi at.
OST?Diamond nnd moonstone pin Sunday
on Broadway, West Bnd av. or Blessed
aerament Church: liberal reward. HOBRTSON.
411 West End a v.
OST? Diamond pearl barpln. reward. MACKENZIE,
.">0 Cathedral Parkway. Academy
ir return of diamond and sapphire bowlot
pin, lost May <1. at or between Selwyn
lieater anil Weal 42d si. ferry. A. C. BENKTT.
I-'. Will lam st. Hnml 2701.
Wearing Apparel.
OST?Two akin sablp neckpiece at "The
Tent" on Friday "evening; liberal reward.
'-or pert -14T-.
Cuts, Dogs Ac.
OST?Uoston hull, answers to name of
"Highball"; liberal reward. 106 W. 36tli.
I ri le HMO.
LSON.?Dr. and Mrs. Alfred H. lason ine.
Helen Hernias) announce the birth of a
daughter, Edna. at the Brooklyn Jewish
Hospital May 111.
dTe b .
all in. Rudolf O'Regan. John
rewstcr, Kliza Case Qulncy Ellen
ible, Mary Schwab. Bertha
e Wild Carol K. L. Smock, C. E. R
Ink, May Taylor, William B.
offman, Henry Torrev, Emily M.
olroyd, O. L. Van Pelt, Madeleine K
owe, Henry M. Warshauer, William
nnlng*. Isabella M. Wyckoff. Sarah E.
endall, Perclval W.
In Memoriam.
anillton, Mary P. McDcrmott, Mrs. D. J.
ALLTN?RutV.lf. Campbell Funeral Church.
Broadway. 60th St., Monday, 10 A. M.
RE WSTER?Eliza Case, wife of the lata
George Brewster, on May 13, at 0 P. M.,
at her home, 103 Green St.. W'oodbrldge.
X. J In her HIM year. Funeral services
will be held at the Ivmse Tuesday. May
16, at 3 P. M. Interment Presbyterian
Cemetery at Woodbrldge.
ABLE.?On Sunday, May 14. 1322. at the
residence of her brother, Robert Cable,
30 West HOth at., Mary Cable, daughter
of the late Robert and Mary A?kew Cable,
In her "3d year. Funeral private. It Is
requested tliat no flowers be sent.
E WILD.?On May 12. Carel F. L.. In
his 51st year, at his resldenee. Lurchmont
Gardens, N. Y. Funeral held
from his late home, lakeside Drive,
I arehmont C.ardens, Idtrchmont, at 2
P. M.. on Monday, May 15. Funeral private
Interment at Kensleo Cemetery.
Krnslco, N. Y. Please omit flowers.
Philadelphia papers please copy.
'INK.?On May 13. 1022. at her residence,
310 West HOth st.. May, beloved wife of
Slmort Fink, mother of Richard and Alan
Fink, daughter of Leo and Minnie Onpenhelm.
slater of Cora Lezanskv and Walter
OppenliPlm. Funeral services at tlio
chapel of Salem Fields Cemetery on Tuesday,
May lit, at It A. M. Kindly omit
flowers. Albany papers please copy.
OFFMAN".?At While Plains, N. Y.. Frlday.
May 12, 1922. ttenry Hoffman, In lila
78th year. Funeral services at the resl(lenc
of his son, W. ft. Hoffman, fi Rnrs.
ley place. White Plains, N. Y . on Monday.
May 13, at 2 P. M Interment Oakwnod
Cemetery, Mount Klsco. N. Y.
OLROYD.?On Sunday, May II. 1922, Ortrude
L. Cox, wife of the late Capt. Krnesf
J. Holroyd. Service* at her late
resident*, 188 18th St.. Brooklyn, Tuesday,
May 1H, at 8 P. M. Interment private.
Seattle, Wash., papers please copy.
OWE.?At Bedford Hills, N. Y.. May 11.
1H22, Henry Marlon Howe, beloved husband
of Fannie If. Howe, In the Tlth
year of his age. Notice of funeral later.
Boston papers please copy.
5NNINOR.?<On May 11. Isabella Mary
Jennings, beloved mother Af Mrs Tatil
Puran. Funeral service at the I'nfversal
Chapel, Mil I^xlngton iv? on Tuesday.
May 11. at 2 F. M. Interment Woodlawn
oil Saturday, May 11,
Perclva! Wallace Kendall, age 42 years.
Funeral services at his late residence.
Peal. Nt J., on Tuesday. May 16. at 2
P. M Interment private.
REGAN.? John, beloved httshand of Mary
Roan, suddenly, at Ashury Park. Sunday,
May 14. Notice of funeral hereafter.
FINCY.?On Friday. May 12. Ellen, widow
of Samuel Quint.v. Funeral se/Rice at her
late residence, 21 North Htli av.. Mount
Vernon, N. Y., Sunday. May 14. at 2
o'clock. Interment Krnslro Cemetery.
CHWAH.-At her rcsldenee. j.fj West
12th St.. on Saturday. May 13. 1922,
Bertha, "relict" of Carl Schwab anil helovi-d
mother of Joseph C. and the late
l-nuta C. Schwab, In the 84tli year of
her age. Funeral services on Monday,
May 13, at 10 A M., at the Universal
Chapel, .197 Pexlngton av.. at 12d at.
dfOCK.-On Friday, May 12. 1922, aged 74
years, at Hudson. N. V , Catherine E. R.,
wife of John C. Smock, and daughter of
the late A. J. IWkman Funeral private.
Interment Grvenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn.
N. Y.
AY LOB.?On May 14. 1922. William B.. be.
loveo nuanenn or r.muy is. layior. j uni>ml
services lit hi* late residence. 201
\\>?t 117th ?t.. on W?4nM4iy evening, at
SCO. Ancient Lodge. No. 724. F. and
A. M.: Triune Chapter. No. 241. ft. A. M .
Palestine Commandory. No. 18. K. T..
IRIIEV.-On Sunday. May 11. Emltv M,
wife of the late Ci?r?? Colvln Torrey
nnd daughter of the lato Luke nnd Dorcas
Pratt, tn her 87th year. Funeral private,
nt !ier lata residence. RR3 Sanford av ,
flushing, Tuesday, May Id. at 4 o'clock,
lluffato papers pleaae copy
AN PELT?Madeleine K. Campbell funeral
Church, IJ'way, 66tli at.. Monday
11 A. M.
'AP.BH ACER.?William. beloved brother of
Jack. Mrs. Itoae Salomon. Minnie Brom
mcr and La B?lle and Bessie ,War?hao?r,
on Sunday. May 14. Notice of funeral
YCKOFF.?On Sunday. May 11. IW2.
r'arnh E?te,r.?, beloved wife of Charles
II Wyckoff. IN.neral services at her
late reatdenre. 124 Cumberland at . llrookiffi
Tiiiw.Iav ci ar'.t ? Vnv lit nt K ftVlftfli*
A MILTON ?In lor't.*' m?inor>- nf rnr
mother. Mar> If. Ham'.ion. d'.?4 May 13.
p! OMOTT ? Mr?. Dilior. J. On Ttm'iy.
Mar lil, Oiorr will !*? n rr.onth'a mind
Mum of ftoqulom for sho l?t<? Mrs. Plllon
J MrDormntt. ?t A M., Church r.T
the Awrnali.n, Vft# IWT'Ji ? .. New York.
Condurfod ianpmiivtly /K
Call Columbus 8200 J
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ill . .7?*nmn c Leslngton Suk*?jr.
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