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Southampton to Aid iChauve-Souris'' "Will Sell Programs for Charity Performance 10 Help Library. A'prcial Dinpatrh to Tiik Swm Yosk Hkpaid. South am ptok, L. I., Aug. 28.?Ac cording to the present outlook nothing can Interfere with the success of tho special performance in the Parrlsh Mu seum garden of Balieff's "Chnuve .Souris" next Sunday night but weather, as the sale has been far ahead of any thing hoped. Should there be a storm tho performance will De given some where else. Interest in the performance, which will lie for the benefit of the Roger's Mfmortul Library', Is not conflnrtri to the Mimim-r colony as the permanent resi dents of Southampton, to whom the 1 brary Is a grout benefit, are helping sn far as they can the flinanclal success of the undertaking. It is exterl that a good sum will he netted from the sale of the souvenir program*, which will be artistic remind ? r* of the event and Mr*. Goodhue Liv ingston, Jr., Will he at the head of a < orps of young women who will sell thcr.i Among her assistants will be Misses ("lata and Helen Lee, Cornelia Livingston, Joan and Charlotte Totter, Petty Hammill, Caroline and Kate Pren tice, Trisoilla Allen. 10111n Mackay. Jo sephine Dodge and Florence Earle John son. The programs will be printed In color. Mrs. Edwin C. Jatne/ion gave a lunch ? eon to-day at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Among her guests wore Mrs. Hufug 1- Patterson, Mr*. George Barton French. Mrs. Lucien H. T;, ng. Mrs. Grosvcnor Nicholas. Mrs. James L. Breesc, Mrs. Adrian H. Larkin, Mrs. Henry \V Tor ney, Miss Juliana Cutting, Mrs. L. D. Tyson. Mrs. J. Russell Soioy, Miss Soila 1 'c Milhau. Mrs. Norman E. D.'tman, Mrs. Ernest C. Wagner, Mrs. Walter R Tuckerman, Mrs. Henry James. Mr-S Joseph R. Dilworth. Mrs. Stuart Duncan Preston and Mrs. Charles K. Henderson. After luncheon all of Mrs. Jameson's guests went to watch the golf tourna ment at the National where, in spite of vet turf, the gallery was of good size. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Phelps and Mr. ' and Mrs. Charles A. Pettlnos, who left : Oyster Bay a few days ago. are in New- | port and will urrive here by motor to morrow fur a stay of several days. Mr. and Mrs. de Lancey Kountze and their daughters, Misses Martha and Helen Kountze. who wore camping in Maine for three weens, have returned to Winona, their villa In Halsey Neck Lane. Mrs. Dudley Olcolt gave a dinner fol lowed by bridge to-night at Olcottage for Mrs. Henry C. Trevor, who Is visit ing here. KING OF SI AM MAKES COUSIN HIS BRIDE Monarch, Who Is 42. JRe nounced Right to Harem. Rangkok. Siam, Aug. 28.?The mar riage of Maha Majiravudh, King of Slant, to his cousin. Princess Lakshl La van, was proclaimed Sunday. The King of Siam is 4 2 years old and always had been a bachelor. He. Is the eldest son of King Ohulalongkorn and suc<Teded to tho throne on the death of his father In October, 1910. He Is styled King Rama VI., being the sixth sov ereign of the present reigning dynasty. It was officially announced In November 19J0 that until the Pew king had male Issue the succession to the throne would pass presumptively to the Hue o' the queen mother's son. The King's father Is said to have had 390 wives. King Maha Majiravudh was the Hrst of his line to renounce the rights to a harem. In December, 1920, It was said he had chosen as his queen Princess Wanvnal. his first cousin. The following year, however, it was stated that he had annulled his betrothal to her. During the present month advices j were received In this eountrs saying ( that he would wed a Siamese princess named Lakshi Lavan. MISS MACINTYBE'S WEDDING. T? Be the Bride of Russell Leavltt \ on September J>. Miss Mavis Maclntyre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maclntyre of 987 Mad ison avenue, this city, and Braeslde, i Lake Mahopac, N. Y.. will be married to ! Mr Russell Leavltt September 9 at j Lake Mahopac. The Rev. Frank War-1 field Crowder, rector of St. James's , Church, New York, assisted hy the Rev. Philip Kauntleroy of Lake Mahopac, will perform the ceremony, which will be followed by ?- reception at the Lake Mahopac Golf Club. Miss Mona Vivian Maclntyre will be her sister's maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Misess Klen James Evans, Isabella Bcaiulrlas and Helen Best of New York and Citrlna Beale of Washington. Mr. Rob ert Leavltt will be his brother's best man and the ushers will be Messrs. Al ign Jensen, Winthrop Swalne and Tomp kins. Mr Leavltt and his bride will go to the Canadian Rockies on their wedding trip and will attend the wedding Septem ber 15 of her sister. Miss Mona V. Mac lntyre. and Mr. William Dupree of Han kow, China, at Bnnff. MISS TAFT TO BE MABRIED. Carroll Johnson to Wed Mrs. Krai Taft's Daughter. Mrs. Neal Taft of 111 East Slxty f. cond street has announced the engage ment of her daughter. Miss Helen Taft. t.. Mr. Carroll Wlghtman Johnson, son of Mr Wilbur S. Johnson, vice president of the Prudental Life Insurance Com l any. They will he married next month. Mtss Taft Is a graduate of Westover School and a member of the Junior League. Mr. Johnson of the Yale class of 1918 served overseas with Mobile Hospital 39. EttOLlKHMAK'K IIRIDE TO-DAY. Lh*ut Samuel Wcller. R. N. R-. arrived aboard the Baltic yesterday to be the host man at the wedding of the Ba'tlcs fourth officer, Lieut. 1! A. Eales, it. >? H. who Is to he married to-day in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to Miss Betty Elliott of L>n? Island City. The two officers were aboard the same ship during the war engaged In ridding the Channel of German submarines. MISS MAWHI8M0Y TO WED. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Mawhlnney of Port Richmond. Staten Island, and Chatham, N. Y-., announce the engage ment of their daughter. Helen Mae Mawhlnney. to Mr. Gilbert W. Merrell, s <n of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Merrell u( Port Richmond. TO WBD MISS YSABKI, AI.I.iCN. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Loney of Mountain Lakes, N. J., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ysabel Allen, to Mr. Talcott Williams Powell, also of Mountain Lakes, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lyman P. Powell. Miss I/Oney is the granddaughter of Mmc Tlclle de Rivera, prominent New York club woman. OLIVER HARRIMAN'S SON SECRETLY WEDS STUDENT " ? v " Mrs. John Harriman. Miss Alice A. Laidley of Chicago, His Bride After Meeting at Howard Chandler Christy's and Quick Romance. Announcement was made last night of the marriage of Mr. John Harriman. 19-year-okl son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harriman of 142 East Flfty-flfth street, and MIrs Alice A. Laldley of Chicago j which took place at Port Chester, N. Y., on August 12. Many friends of the con pie received cards and news of the marriage was given to the newspapers. The bride Is 19 years old and a daugh ter of Mrs. Eleanor Laldley of Rogers Park, Chicago, It was explained that the marriage was not kept secret from the families but was with the consent of the parents of both. It was very sim ple owing to the death last spring of Mr. j Prank Carley, Mr. Harrlman's grand j father. The young couple, scarcely more than | schoolboy and -girl, were at the home of | Howard Chandler Christy at 1 West j Sixty-seventh Htreet last night when re I porters arrived to Interview them. Mrs. | H.irriman met her husband last April. I She was here studying music and I was staying at the Christy home. "Jack" Harriman. then In preparatory school, came to the Christy home to a' tend a swimming party. He was Intro ? dure to Miss l,aidley and they met fre qently thereafter. It was a case of love i at first sight. Wna to Enter Princeton. Mr. Harriman was to enter Princeton this fall, and had Just completed his 1 preparatory school work at St. Mark's, ! at Southboro, Mass., where ne played on the football team. He Is a big, boy- I lsh looking chap, over six feet tall, and blushed while telling about his wedding. Mrs Harriman is slight, shorter than her husband and with brown hair and eyes. Her father, who has been dead seven years, was William H. Laldley, a banker In Chicago. After a rapid courtship the young people decided to marry and young Harriman changed his mind about en tering Princeton. They finally told their parents they were engaged and obtained the consent of both to mar riage. Two weeks ago last Saturday they motored to Port Chester, and with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Carley. Jr.. uncle and aunt of Mr. Harriman, as wit nesses, they were married by the Rev. Stanley Kilbourne at St. Peters' Epis copal Church. They returned by auto mobile to Mr. Harrlman's home at 142 East Plfty-fifth street, and since the NOTES FROM NEW LONDON. Monday Drldgr Club la Enter-! tnlned by- the Misses Stephens. .STpeHal Diypntrh to Tim Nrw Yosk Hetmi.d. NmW London, Conn., Aug. 28.?A card party and dance will be given to-mor row afternoon at Pequot Casino by the Diocesan Bureau of Social Service. The Misses Stephens entertained mem bers of the Monday Bridge Club at their Olenwood avenue home to-night. Arrivals at the Mohican Hotel Include Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Atkins. Mr. W. B. Pcnton, Mr. W. B. Brister, Mr. J. K. Roeser, Mr. C. G. Skong, Mr. Walter Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cooper. Miss L Button. Mr. C. R. McMuilen, Mr. Ernest J. Battle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer, Mrs. Ansclon Loeb, Mrs. D M. Rressler, Mrs. P. M. Huttorflcld, Mis# L. D. Snow, Mr. J. W. Grayson, Mr. j and Mrs. J. W. North, Mr. Frank J. Neu man, Mr. W. T. Dillon, all of New York; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hand, Craw ford. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Suppel, Niagara Falls i Mr. Robert N. Cherry, Jersey City ; Mr. and Mrs. I.ouls Crone, Far Rockaway. SIEGFRIED WAGNER COMING. To Gain Support for Revival of Wagnerian Festival. BATRBttTK, Bavaria. Aug. 28.?Sieg fried Wagner will leave for America scon to stimulate supjiort for the re vival In 1924 of Bnyreuth's annual fes tival of Wagnerian operas, which has been suspended for a decade. Six mil lion marks have already been raised through the Issue of shares. This Is re gsrded as insufficient, however, snd a further Issue of stock Is Impossible owing to the limited number of available scats. Voluntary contributions now arc being sought. HOLMES DACK FROM CHINA. Burton Holmes, travel lecturer, ar rived In New York yesterday from Seattle, after an extended trip through Japa, Manchuria, Cores and China. In Japan he visited many places made famous by the writings of Lafcadlo Hfarn, nnd in China he traveled up the Yangtse Klang, pert of the way through tlm gorges, Which he stfttca are as awe Inspiring jg the Grand Canyon if the Colorado. ?wedding: have lived there and also at i the Christy home. Their honeymoon will be combined with business, they said lasr night. The bridegroom Is going Into the real estate business In St. Petersburg. Fla.. with his uncle, Mr. Carley, they said. The young couple will start for Florida In a few weeks, and the bridegroom will go directly to work. 'Honeymoons can come later," Mrs. ! Harrlman said. "Jack has to get down , to work and make some money." Talk of Their Plans. "Are you going to make your home ir. New York later on?" they were asked and the bride answered: "I don't think i so. Apartments are so frightfully expcn i slve here !" Mr. Jiarnman merely smiled | boyishly. "It's all so funny, no one knowing ! about It," Mrs. Harrlman laughed, "we j never tried to keep It secret and no one j found us out. If we had been trying to I hide away or had eloped every one would be reading about It long ago. We Just decided that we would get mar ried and away we went. Neither of Jack's parents nor any of my relatives : were there, and only Jack's aunt and ' uncle came along. Mr. Christy and his * wife were to come but he was taken 111 and she couldn't leave him." Young Mr. Harrlman left most of the | talking to his bride, who seemed to en ! joy retelling her story. Her brother, j Harold Laldley, a manager for the Western Electric Company In Chicago, called her on long distance phone while she was telling her story ahd gave hep news of her mother, who Is traveling In this country at present Mr. Harrlman l.as an older Drother. O. C. '.Harrlman. and one younger brother, J. Borden j Harrlman. The few days before the couple start : South will be spent In visiting at Mr. j Harrlman's mother's house and also | at the home of Oliver Carley Harrl ' inan, at Mount Kiseo, N. Y., where the I young couple stopped for a few days j recently. Both agree that they must j "get down to work and get. settled." Mrs. Harrlman was asked by one of | | the reporters If she had ever been a model for any of Mr. Christy's famous drawings. "No I have never been a model," she said laughingly, "although Mr. Christy has made several little drawings of me." According to the two young people, there was nothing unusual about the whole affair. "We just met each other, Anally decided we'd get married, and we did. It's Just as simple as all that," they said. MES. HARDING JOINS S. P. C. A. I President's Wife In Rockland County Society. Special Dlepatch to Tub New Yoik Htuio. SrrrERN, N. Y., Aug. 28.?Mrs. War ren O. Harding, wife of President Har- | ding, is now a member of the Rockland County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to animals. Her mcmberhlp has been received by Mr. David C. Cranston, president of tHe organization, with a check for $5 covering Ave years. Recently Mr.' Cranston read In a newspaper about a horse 53 y?ars old, the property of a Rev. Mr. Morris of Ohio. The elergyman was not flnan daily able to keep the horse and sub scriptions poured In to provide for the animal, among those subscribing being Mrs. Harding. Following this Mr. Cranston wrote to Mrs. Harding commending her and offering honorary membership In the. Rockland County 8. P. C. A. She de clined honorary membership and sent a check. J. F. DODGE LEFT $36,892,588. Inventory of Motor Mstmfsof nrer's Estate Filed. Detroit, Aug. 28.?The estate of the | late John F. Dodge, automobile manu facturer. was valued at 138,882,588.41, according to an Inventory died In the Probate Court to-day. The 50,000 shares of the Dodge Brothers Motor Car Com pany, held by Mr. Dodge, were appraised at 123.018.750. Nearly $10,000,000 of the estate was In liberty bonds and $1,049,228 was In cash. The remainder of the ustato was In personal property. S. P. C. C. IN "FAIRY PALACE.' Occupies New 84,000,000 Hrck scher Building:. The new $4,000,000 building, which August Heckscher erected nt Fifth ave nue and 105th street for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, was occupied by the society yesterday. A hundred and twenty children and the \ personnel of the organization were trans ferred from the old building at Seven teenth street and Irving place. Tlie new building Is known as "The Children's Fairy Palace." It will be I dedicated in the fall. PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW YORK. Mr. Harry Payne Whitney will return to-day to Westbury from Saratoga. Mr. William G. Rockefeller returned ! yesterday from a few days' stay at i Bay Pond in the Adirondacks. Mrs. William Floyd-Jones. who Is In France, will, return to New York late j In November. Mr. Gaston Llebcrt, French Consu" General In New York, gave a luncheon for his daughter at Sherry's yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Sklddy von Stade eniertalned friends at dinner last night at Dolmonico's. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram W. Sibley and Miss Marie R. Pond of No. 105 East Seventy-first street are at the Ambas sador Hotel. Mr. Matthew Astor Wilka has arrived In London from Holland and will sail for New York on board the Aquitania next Saturday. Mrs. Louis T. Hoyt and her brother, Mr. Shipley Jones, will return to New York from a cruise in the Mediter ranean next month. Mr. and Mrs. A. Murray Young, who have been abroad for more than a year, will sail for New York the end of Sep tember. Mrs. Richard T. Wilson gave a dinner on the Rttz-Calton roof last night, her guests Including Count and Countess de Revolt, Mrs. Gloria Morgan, Mr. A. Leo Kvere<t and Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Adair. The Ambassador to France, Mr. Myron T. Herrick, gave a luncheon at the Ritz-Carlton yesterday for Mr. ami Mrs. J. Dennlston Lyon. Mrs. Allen Gouverneur Wellman entertained there 'for Miss Katherine Mackay. Mrs. llenrl P. Wertheim van Heuke lom. who with her husband has arrived at the Rltz-Carlton, was the guest there at luncheon given by Mrs. Turnbull Oelrichs. Mr. Foxhall P. Keenc gave a luncheon yesterday at Pierre's for Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cowdln. Mrs. Reginald M. Lewis entertained there for Mr. and Mrs. Grafton H. Pyne and Mrs. Fred erlek T. Frellnghuysen for Mrs. John Wanamaker, Jr. Mrs. Norrie Sellar and Mrs. Roy A. Ralney also had friends there for luncheon. WASHINGTON. The Secretary of Labor, Mr. Davis, has returned from a brief business trip. The Minister of Bulgaria and Mme. Panareteff have gone to Newport for a | visit before returning to Washington. Mr. Balnbrtdge Colby, former Secre- J tary of State, Is spending a few days at the Wlllard. The Counsellor of the Polish Legation ! and Mme. Kwapezewski have returned from a short trip out of the city, the Counselor having been away on business. The Cuban Consul to Washington, Mr. Cuyatenao De Qucsada, has returned to J his post after spending several days In New York. Senator James Wadsworth has re- j turned from a week end at Genessee, N. Y., spent with Mrs. Wadsworth and Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, who are at their srummer home there. Mrs. Sutherland, wife of Senator How ard fkitherlaii'd, will return to-day from a motor trip to Hancock. Md., where she was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray mond Henderson. At Washington Hotels. New York arrivals at Washington J hotels Include : The Wlllard?Emanuel Wertz. M. E. Janssen, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Locklan. G. Francklyn. N. E. Lamond, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Burns. Mrs. W. O. Williams, j Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Burne, Mrs. Ashley ! De Wolfe, C. B. Debruce Ward and j Mrs. G. W. Harvey. The Shoreham?Max Raminoff. The Ebbltt?C. O. Wells. TALLEYRAN D-PERIGORDS ARE AT SAN FRANCISCO Former Anna Gould and Hus~ band There. San Francisco. Aug. 28.?Duke Helle de Talleyrand-Perigord, who also is the \ thirteenth Count of Grlgnola, and his Duchess, formerly Miss Anna Gould of New York, reconciled and traveling around the world, together with "Tanky," I their pedigreed Pekinese, their servants ' and many pieces of luggage, arrived here to-day from Portland, Ore. The Duke and his entourage went j straight to the hotel, where previous ar- j rangements had been made for accom modations. The Duke and Duchess did not bother about the Presidential suite, which It had been planned to give them, but accepted something Just as good. Meanwhile. Fred E. Scobey. director of the United States Mint, is In the Presi dential suite, which he has occupied since his arrival several days ago. For a time. It was announced re- ; cently, the hotel management anticl- ! pated a trying situation in view of the Duke.'s request for a suite occupied by a high Federal official. NOTES OF SOCTETT. Mrs. George Dewey, arriving from At-1 lanttc City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Strawbridge, coming from Meadow Lodge, Bryn Mawr, for the polo, and Mr. and Mrs. George B. Phelps and daugh ter. Miss Frances H. Ballard, back from Maine, are at the St. Regis. Mr. and Mrs. I|enry Rosslter Worth ington arrived yesterday from Wayside, their country place at Shawnee, Pa., and will be at the Hotel Lorraine for several days. Miss Dorothy D. Stuart, daughter of ; Mrs. Cyril J. Norton, who has been visit- j Ir.g Mr. and Mrs. James l.awrence : Breesc at Southampton and Mrs. Rich- ; ard T. Wilson at Saratoga, has returned i to New York. On a plctufe from , Southampton Miss Norton's name In-1 correctly appeared as Miss Dorothy I. , Stewart, who Is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George D. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Irving T. Bush have re- ! turned from White Sulphur Springs and | are occupying their apartment at Carlton House. AT ffARHAfiAJtSFTT PIF.R. Special Dispatch to The New Yosk linen. | Narraoansett Pier. R. T., Aug. 28.? Forty or more members and guests of ' the Monday Bridge Club motored to ' the Point Judith country Club to-night j for the regular weekly game and sup- 1 per. Mrs. James O. Blaine, Jr., of New I York and Mrs. Ernest T. H. Metcalf of j Providence were the hostesses of the evening. Mrs. Samuel M. Nicholson of Provi dence Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ; Frank E. Richmond of Providence at Dak Hill, Wakefield, coming from York ' Harbor, where she has been aboard her | house boat. Mrs. Nicholson will go to j Oyster Bay In a. day or two to Join there here son-ln-lnw and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Doubleday. Mrs. Huntingdon Howell of siKTern, N. Y.. and Miss Harriet McKlm of Tuxedo Park are at the Carlton. | ALL NEWPORT PREPARES FOR ' VIKING' PAGEANT AND BALL Miss Laura Biddle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Biddle, as the Maiden. Mr. Virick Frissell as the Viking. Entertainment at Art Association To-night to Attract Large Gathering of Society. Special Dispatch to Tub New Yo?k Hexai.d. Newport, n. J., An*. 28.?All New port Is preparing to attend "The Viking" Pageant and fcostumeball to be given to morrow night on the grounds bf the Art Association, within a stone's throw of the "Old Mill," immortalized by Long fellow. As the affair is being given on the night of the. opening of the Horse hhow. reperesentatives of society from many parts of the country will bo present. The pageant follows closely the poem of Longfellow "The Skeleton In Armor." The scenario for the pageant was writ ten by Mrs. Frank Kreuauff of New tork and the music by Mrs. George Kus H-Corcoran of Washington. Conrad oa '"tPrpreted and arranged the score and will conduct the orchestra. Those who hold boxen Include Mrs. P- Auchlncloss, Mrs. Robert Gould Shaw 2d, Mrs. Wilbur Wilder. Mrs. Harrison Morris. Mrs. Marsden J Perry. Miss Buttles. Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont. Mrs. \r~" l ,ule' M?' C U F Robinson, mS.* , vhUr? Curt,*s Mrs. Michael Van Beuren. Miss Mabel Benr dlct Mrs. John Aspegren, Mrs. William F. \\ hitehouse and Mrs. Robert O Bacon. Mrs. Howard Spencer Grahsm con ceived Uie idea for the pageant and has directed the rehearsals, assisted by F. G. Merles of London and New York! . Irs. John Klllott lervt her experience toward the success of the production. Miss Longfellow, granddaughter of the poet, will be the honored guest at the brilliant festival that commemorates the great work of her illustrious fore bear. Mrs. Frede/ick Rnlnelander and Miss Kmelie Belknap are ladles in waiting to the Vuecfi (Mrs. Marion Eppley). The 1J73 TO ARRIVE ON THE OLYMPIC TQ-DAY Col. Friednam and Dean A. F. Vfhst Among Voyagers. Making fast time, nfter losing a trip to effect repairs to a fractured stern post, the White Star liner Olympic, bringing a heavy list of homecoming tourists from Southampton and Cher bourg Is due at Quarantlno this after-I noon and is expected to dock at Pier ! B9. North River, between fi and 8 o'clock. I . PV> ?'ytnPlc Is bringing a total of i 1,373 passengers, of whom 630 are In the ! first cabin. Among the prominent pas sengers are Col. Michael Frledsam. president of B. Aitman ft Co., who has been abroad for three months investi gating business conditions at the re quest of President Harding; C. F. Lynch, Leon Sanders, R. F. Wagner. Lean Andrew Fleming West of Prince ton, Jesse Livermore, John Goidhammer ?>r the Commercial Cable Company, Bernard M. Baruch. Jr., Miss Marie istmarche, Mrs. James F. J"). Lanier J Noel Macy. J. B. Taller. Dolores] actress; Mae Marsh, screen star- Mrs L. Work Hewitt of New York, COMING ON THE HOMERIC. nr. and Mrs. l>. H. MrAlpIn Are Among the Voyager*. Special Cable to Tub New Yohk Hbsai.d. Copyright, 102t, by Ttte Nrw York Hbsai.d. New York flernld Bureau. ) Tendon. Ang. SB. f Among the passengers who will sail on the steamship Homeric Wednesday will be, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. C. Anderson and their son and daughter. Dr. Max Ballin, Miss Marlon Barnett, Mr. Alex ander Behr, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Her- ; flecker. Miss Charlotte Bralnard. Mrs. : Rose Courtemanche, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- ' thur P. Creaby, Mrs. K. W. Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Bimant O. Dawes, Mr, Cutler Daws, Mr. Henry Daws, Dr. Leland W. Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. T. O. Falrbenk and their three sons. I Also Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gary and ; their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Henry A. Gehrlng. Col. Guy Qoff, Mr. I and Mrs. William fi. Jngr.iham. Dr. and ' Mra. D. H. McAlpin, Miss Elaine MoAI pl?, Miss Oeraldlne McAlpin, Miss Viola Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Palmer, Sir Gilbert Parker. Mr. Rlrhard A. F. Penrose. Mrs. H. n.- Dupont, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ryan, Mr. Samuel Sat terfhwalte, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Van Sickle, Mrs. Aldene Vlles, Mr. and Mrs. Rrndford Wicks. Mrs. Frances M. Woleott. Mr. C. J. Wetmore and Mrs. J. C. Wetmore. MRS. F. .1. SHRPARD IIETTER, Mrs. Flnley J. Shepard, formerly | Helen Gould who has been suffering from stomach trouble at the Women's Hospital, Is rapidly recovering. Igist. night her condition was reported to ti.> favorable, and she will he able to leave In a few days. Mrs. Hhepard went to the hospital Thursday upon her ar bu"' S"t "Unimcr *,0I|)C iUu part of The Viking will be taken by ' Mr. Varlck Frlssell or naitimore, and The Maiden by Miss Laura Blddle, ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blddle. j Her attendants will be the Misses Violet I Tangeman. Ethel Haven. Mary Nlchol- j son. Florence Havemeyer and Sylvia Hlllhouse. There will bo special dance numbers I by Miss Prunella Wood and Miss Kath crlne Morris. A chorus of Norsemen will Include Messrs. Francis Robinson. Kenneth Shaw Safe, Julian Duncan, brands Conror. and Louis Jennings. Mr. Reginald C. Vanderbilt gave a large dinner to-night at Sandy Point barm for the Horse Show exhibitors, of ficials and other guests. Fifty-four men were at the tables for the largest stag party of the year. The horse show It- ' seir was postponed until to-morrow, and will occupy two days Instead of three, the time being advanced to 1 :30 each afternoon Instead of 3 o'clock. The dinner nt Randy Point Farm was served In the riding ring, and most of the food came from the farm of Mr. Vanderbilt. which Is noted for Its gar-I dens and livestock. Among those present were Messrs Henry F. Eldridge. Thomas C. Ashton. 1 2' Hor"t Koch- Fran* K. Stur- I Kna? A B MacLay. Harry Jennings Knapp. George F. Cozzens. Charles p. Williams. R Penn Smith. Reginald Nor man, Bradford Norman. Marion Ep pley, !? ranklln B. Jordan, R. R M f arpenter John r. K. Scott. Moses Taylor and Sidney A. Beggs .. Mr', Vi,nc?nt Astor arrived to-dav for the close of the week nt Beachwood. ya2? * t Pflrty 0f fri?nds from New iork on his yacht Nourmahal. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stewart of Wash vRehT' n .C" Rr? h?rn ab?ard their yacht. Centaur, to remain until after the horse show, when they will go to , Southampton fop a. week. #' AMERICANS GIVE A BUILDING TO FRANCE Protestant Churches Turn Over $100,000 Gift. Paris. Aug. 28.?The key to the build ing presented by the Federated Protes- I tant Churches of America was handed I over to-day to the Federation of Protes- j tant Churches of France by the Rev. Charles Stedman MaoFarland. Dr. MacFarlsnd said the presentation ?< presented the fulfillment of the dream of the American churches and would remain a symbol of union between the French and American Protestant churches, which would be cemented next year at the trlccntennlal celebration of the Protestant churches of New York. The building presented to the French churches, situated at 47 Rue Cllechy. noo oood f?r by Am,>ri,:,,n" an(1 cost The program tf the American "good will delegation, headed by Miss Anne Morgan, was concluded to-day with a rfn?,IOno-!Jy ,h? Franco-Amerfque com mittee. The American women were wel comed at the reception by M. Relbel, Minister of Liberated Regions LEA HERRICK BURIED Was Notable Theatrical Man and Well Known on Broadway. The body of Lea Herrlok, for many years H prominent theatrical agent and well known to thousands of stage folk and others along Broadway, wrh burcd yes terday afternoon in Oreen-Wood Ceme tery, Brooklyn. Mr. Herrick, who was born 44 years ago In Brooklyn, died < arly .Saturday morning In at. Vincent's Hospital. Bridgeport, where he had been for six weeks suffering from a complica tion of diseases. Mr. Herrlok. who had offices at 1402 Broadway and resided at 238 West Rev enty-second street, had developed many notable figures in the musical comedv fl'ld Including Mltzl Hajos. He leaves a wife. Mrs. Florence MacGuIre Herrick and two children by a former wife. TO 0 AII. TO-DAY ON ARABIC. The White .Star liner Arabic will sail from New York to-day and from Boston to-morrow for Naples and Genoa. Among her passengers will he V .. Farley, passenger traffic manager of the International Mercantile Marine Company, accompanied by his daugh ters Miss Edith Farley and Mrs. Clara Malkoskv; l?r. nod Mr Cornelius J. ' ?rr. Dr. and Mrs George Evans Mrs ?V U. Mnrdlek and Mr. and Mrs. J, y. Halter of \>w York: Mr and Mrs. Btirnham g. Colburn and family of De trr.lt. Mrs. Samuel Hazelhurst. and " r Cochrane of Philadelphia . John Holler oi Washington, Mr. and c? ? v,T r'pregrlne of IJIttsburgh. Miss virs v C''il('"K0 HnU -Mr ari l Mr. K. t. Meyer of San FVanclsco. WORCESTER EX-MAYOR LIES. rranrfn A. Ilarrinjfton Wm Prom inent Wm ?on nnd Odd Ffllow. Worcester. Mass., Aug. 28.? Francis Alfred Harrington. aged 76. Mayor of Worcester In 1890, 1891 nnd 1892, died suddenly of heart dlg4nse to-day at his home. He tvua a thirty-third degree Mason. He was a State Senator from 1899 to 1901 Inclusive, and was twenty years ? treasurer of thp State Grange. He was a member of the Supreme Council of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States, having been elected to the honorary thirty-third degree fiepteni- ; her 17, 1907. He was worshipful master of AthelHtan Lodge, A. F. and A. M. ; treasurer and past eminent commander j of Worcester County Commander}-. Knights Templars; representative and i trustee of the Masonic Fraternity of Worcester, ami representative to the j Worcester Masonic Charity and Edu- i catlonal Association. He was also a | prominent Odd Fellow. PROF. DUNNING BURIED. Services In Columbia i 'Impel for Faculty Member*. Funeral services for Prof. William A. Dunning of 65 West Fifty-fifth street, has been J-letoer professor of historj- and : political philosophy at Columbia Unlver- j ity and a noted educator, who died last | Friday night from heart disease, were1 held yesterday In the Columbia Uni- j versity Chapel. The Rev. Dr. Henry Pur cell Desey. rector of the Cathedral of | St. John the Divine, officiated. Members of the faculty and heads of various departments escorted the body from the entrance to the uni-1 versity into the chapel. Dr. Nicholas .Murray Butler, president of the uni-! versity. telegraphed he was returning; from the country for the funeral, hut did not arrive in time. A large gathering of friends and rela tives, associates at Columbia and edu cators from other institutions attended Interment was at Green-Wood Cemetery. ARTHUR DAWyy, ARTIST. DIES. | Widely Known Portrait Painter l)e?d nt Richmond. Richmond. Va, Aug. 118.?Arthur Dawson. Internationally known artist and a resident of this city for the last year, died here last night, aged 65. Born in Crev.. England, in 1858, he came to this country In 1887. During a ten years' residence in Chicago he founded the Society of Artists of that city and served as chairman of the Chicago Municipal Art Society. He removed his studio to New York and became official portrait painter for the United States Military Academy. He made protralts of a number of prominent Americans. HENRY C. BRYAN DIES. 5>w York Lawyer l'a**e? Suddenly at Lake Placid Club. I^ake Placid, Aug. 28.?Henry C. Bryan, a lawyer of New York city, died suddenly of heart disease while dining at the Lake Placid Club to-day. Mr. Bryan was a partner In Edwards A Bryan. 31 Nassau street, and lived at 375 Park avenue. He was born in Washington in 1863 and was graduated from l rinceton In 1S85. He belonged to th University, Bailroad, Princeton and Nassau Country cluba. He leaves his wife and one daughter, Mrs. Edward T. Caldwell, of thle city. EDITOR OF TROY "TIMES" DEES. Dnvld 9. Hn*bronck Wn* With Up State Paper 14 Years. Trot. Aug. 28.?David S. Hnsbrouck. 1 managing#d!tor of the Troy Times and for forty-four years on the editorial staff ! of that yaper. died here to-day. He was J a native Kingston, N.Y.. and was man- } aging editor of the Kingston Freemnn j before coming to Troy. JOHN F. M'GRANE. John F. McGrane, 42 years old. an ac countant. died yesterday of heart disease at his home. ,183 Percy street. Flush- i lng. He had been ill for six months ! He formerly lived In Rutherford, N. J. i He is survived by his wife and four ' children. MAKER OF IT. S. SBAI. DIES. PHTi.ADET.PHta, Aug. 28.?Max Zeitlrr, ; maker of the great seal of the United j States and a widely known steel en- j graver, died In a hospital here yesterday. ; He was 68 years old. i LOST AND FOUND. LOST. Chandler touring car, 1922 model, on /ugust 17. 1922. painted blue, nickel plated radiator; license No. 700114 N. Y.: engine i No. 120007; reward $100. Room 800. 44 Court *t.. Brooklyn. N. Y. IX'FT?Rleidf hag. from automobile, Monday afternoon aflth et., between Madison and *>?h avs.; contains ladles' wearing apparel and etrlng of pearls. Liberal reward nnd no ques tions naked. Phone City Island 1402 LOST?Monday, B~ iT TV subway, black j handbag containing spectacles, money. Ac Return GLOBE PRESS. 110 W. 34th. Re j ? ard. Jewelry. LOST August 28. diamond and sapphh-e cir cular plntlnum pin on Park or Madison sv., between 40th nnd R3d sta.. Suitable reward If returned to U. S. MORTGAGE A TRUST CO., Madison av. branch. Madison av. and , 7.1th at. ; foST?Man's dlarnrtnd ring. Monday, either 7th av. subway from Bergen st. to Houston, or Houston st. to Pennsylvania R. R Pier 28. ) Liberal reward, inquire 84 Walker st.. store. LOST?Watch charm, gold football, Inscribed "Wm. J. Ziegler," nl*o monogram "p. P." dale 1921 Reward Gall Mansfield IH'IO. LOST?Brooch. sunburst, dlsmond center stickpin attached; Grand st. or Queens Runlevnrd enrs. Reward. Havemsyer Q490. f/yPT?Bracelet. near Palisade Amusement ; Park. Reward. Telephone 842R Cllffelde. j N. J. | LOST?Gold watch, Illinois, Initials W F. H, Reward. HENRICH. 17 Abingdon square, city. . I LOST?Fifty Dollars Peward. Presumably Pennsylvania fl'atlon, August 14, lady's dla- ; mood platinum pin. C. S.. 22 Rrldge st., X. Y. LOST?Pearl pin. with diamond, at New- ' port. Finder rewarded by return to Poet i Office hot 344. Newport. R. I. i ENGAGED. WILLIAMS?CA8F. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ludlow Case of Stamford, Conn., announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Augusta Ludlow Case, to Ml. Griffith A. Williams of Montana. DIED Bryan. Henry C. Roltmann, Michael J Cooper. Mary. J. Roberts. Charles J. I>C Festetlo. Pula Sharkey, Anns A. Ellerman. Rose Smith, Jennie A. Evpper, W J.. Jr.. Smith, Stephen ! Kost<*r, Frederick Houtvelnc. Kate C..S. Gassln. Phche M. Stanton, John, Jr. Hall. Stuart E. Tlghe, France* L I lledger. Martha A. Toy. Pocahontas R. Hlrsh. Eugenb Van Winkle. C. V. Krcvkenbohm. W. P. Von Schwanrnfluegel.L. Lewis. David T. Wood. George I, Lupprlan. Elizabeth Woodhouse, Marie T. I'hlpps, Donald A. In Meinorlam. Hrtrhty. Alice M Werner, Maurice, flchw antler, Beatrice jRYAN? Suddenly, at Lake riacld, on August 28. Henry C. Bryan, beloved hus band of Russell Le Strange Bryan and father of Mrs. Edward T. Caldwell No'lce of funeral hereafter. -oopER At tlackensaok, N. J., August 28. 1922. Mary J., wife of the lat< Cliarl-?< Albert Cooper, aged 70 years Funeral services on Wednesday, Auipis .?0 at ?3fl Summit avenue, at 8 P. M Interment Hackensaek Cemetery, .DIED. DE F E8TKTI<~*.?Dtil? CAMPBELL FU NERAL CHURCH, Broadway. 66U1 st. Notice later. KLLERMAN.?Rose, ncr Escliwege, In her 3tHli year, beloved wife of Jerome Eller rnan. F "uneral services at the West End I' uneral Ciiupel. 200 West Hist st. oa Tuesday, August 29, at 2 P. M. ~1flddeniy. on August 27, 1022 William J., Jr., age 4 years, son of Will iam J. and Agnes Nlrhola Eypper. Funeral fiom his parents' home, Anderson av and Bluff road, Palisades. N. J., 00 Wednesday. August 30. at 10:30 A. M. ft'STER.?Frederick. husband of Margaret R.. entered Into rest on August 27. 1922. In the Rflth year of his ag Services on Tuesday. August 29, at 1 o'clock at 3' Agnes's Chapel, 02d St., between Amster dam and Columbus avs. interment Eliza beth. N. J. FOSTER.?Veterans of the Seventh Regi ment. N" G. N. Y. With sincere vegret 1 announcement Is made of the death on August 27 of Frederick Foster (Second Company). Willsrd C. Flsk. President. GASSIN ?Passed on peacefully, August 27. Phebe Margaret Parsons. Funeral Rt Belmar, .V, J., Tuesday. 3 P. M. HALL.?On T'wday. August 13. 1922. at Oxford, England, Stuart Eldrldge Hall, be loved son of Henry J. 8. Hall and the lat Alice Reynold* Hall, in tie- 20th year of his age. Funeral rervlves will he held at the Church of the Resurrection, 74th St., ? art of Park av., on Wednesday, August SO. at 10 A. M. HEDGER.?O:: Sunday. August 27. 1922. Martha Alice, beloved mother pf Ethel 7 lorenca and William E. Member of -Stella Chapter, "0. E. S.. Brooklyn Fu neral services *111 be held at her late residence, 20." 1.. .fames place, Brooklyn, on Tuesday, a'. S P. M. HIKSH.?At AtLffll.:: City, Eugenie Htrah, beloved wife of the late dam Hlrsh I-uneral on Wednesday morning. 10 o'clock, ?t 22." West 811th st., apt. 700. Foreign papers pkaie copy. HIR8H.?The La.lie-:' Auxiliary Society of the stuyvesant Polyclinic announce with deep t'.-gret the sudd.-n death of tl?o second vice president and beloved fellow member. Mrs. Eugenie Hlrsh. Her benevoleuce will al ways be remembered. Mrs. Otto Thurtiauer, President. Mrs. James Neumann, Cor. Boo'). XREYKENBOHM.?Oil August 27. at Far Uockaway. L. I.. William P.. In his 38th year, dearly beloved husband of Mabel ivreykenboltni (noe Henlcel). loving father of William P.. Jr., devoted son of the hue Henry W. and Emma K. Krey kenbohn ami beloved brother of George F-, Charles J., Walter P. and Mrs. Matthew A. Henkel anil the late Henry K. and Mrs, John J. Totten. Also i? member of ,ie Auawanda Club. Funeral services ?< his late residence. 208 East ISth st,. Iv-jvv York city, on Tuesday eve ning. Aiv?bst 29. at 8 o'clock. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. Wednesday, August 30. at 10 A. M. LEWIS?David Trevor C. E.. suddenly at Schroon I.nke, N. V . August 28. 1922. beloved husband of Mary Lucy Lewis, father or Talbot snd Eleanor and Gwynns and Wllford Trevor Lewis. Services at at his late residence, Oradell, N. J.. Tues day, August 29. at 8:30 P. M. Interment Kenslco Cemetery. LUPI'RIAN.?On August 27. 1922. Elizabeth, widow of Herman Lupprlan, at her resi dence, 353 Edgecombe av.. New York city. Funeral private. Interment New llochelle, N. Y. PHIPP8?On August 19. Donald A., son of Ames J. and Elva Phlpps, ago 23 years. Funeral services on Tuesday, August 29, at f'hriet Church, Oyster Bay, L. I . at 3 P. M. ROBERTS.?Suddenly, at Remsen, N". Y., oil Saturday. August 20. 1922. Charles Jef ferson Roberts. Funeral service will he held at the residence of his son. Mr. John Roberts. 23 3d st.. Stamford. Conn.. Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Inter tnent Woodlawn, New York. ROTTMANN.?On Sunday. August 27. 1922. Michael J. Rottniann, In his 79th yeat. Funeral from his late residence, 1270 Bay st., Rosebank, S. I., on Wednesday, Au gust 30. at 2 P. M. Interment private. SHARKEY.?At RUlgewood, N. J., August 28. 1922, Anna A., wife of Harry M. Sharker aged -38 years. Requiem Mass on Thurs day, August 31. at 10 A. M. at the Mount Cartm I Church, Rldgewood, N. J. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Brooklyn. SMITH?At her summer home, Babylon. 1.. I., on Sunday, August 27. 1922, Jennie A. Smith, beloved sister of Mrs. Ida M. Burgess. Funeral services at her late residence, 182 Hancock Street, Brooklv. on Wednesday evening, August 30. at 8 o'clock. SY.iTH.?The Sisters and the Medical Board of St. Vincent's Hospital have received with deep regret the news of the death of T>r. Stephen Smith, who departed this life August 27 In the 100th year of his age. Far surpassing In length of days tbs allotment of the Psalmist, he never wearied in well doing, but to the very end was diligent In altruistic labora. Dr. Smith was connected with this hos pital since.1877?a period longer than the complete lives of many who have achieved greatly. During all these years he could be depended upon In any and every emergency. The Sisters ami the Medical Board ex tend to the family of Dr. Smith their deepest sympathy. Edward L. Kcyes, Jr., M. D., / President Medical Board. Thomas F. Retlly, M. D., , Secretary Medical Board. 8OUWELNE.?At her residence, 117 West Klngshrldge road, on August 27. 1922. Kate C. Shuts, beloved wife of Emmanuel Souwelne. Services at St. Ann's Church. 311 West 148th St.. Wednesday. 2 P. M STANTON ?At Troy, N. Y . August 27 1 922. John Stanton. Jr.. son Margaret Me Kcever and the late John Stanton. Fu neral, private, from the residence, 234 Washington T'ark, Wednesday morn ing, at 9:30 o'clock, thence to St. Mary's Church, where, at 10 o'clock, a Solemn High Mass will be sung. Friends are Invited to the church. Interment private. TlOHE.-Frances Louise. CAMPBELL FU NERAL CHURCH, Broadway. Oflth St.. Tuesday. 10 gA M. TOY.?On Saturday. August 26, at the resi dence of her son. Thomas D Toy, Oyster Bay, L. L. Pocahontas Rust, widow of Joseph A. Toy, In the "Rth year of her age. Funeral eervlces at her late reel dence. Oyster Bay. Tuesdny afternoon. August 29. at 4 o'clock (daytl'Jit saving tlmei. Interment Norfolk, Vs. VAN WINKLE.?Suddenly, on Sunday, August 27, (922, Cathallna Vreeland Van Winkle, t<dai#d wife of the late Peter Sip Van Wlnklv, Funeral service at her late residence, 11 Tonnele av., Jersey t'lty, on Wednesday, August JO. at 3 P. M VON SCHWA MEN ELURGBL ?On August 28, 1922, In his *#L!h year, Louis von Schwan ?nfluegel. bgje red husband of Katie Orth. Funeral fsr-Vj his late residence, Central av., l.twpie L. I., on Tuesday, the 29th, at 1 30 P. M. Inteimenl Green-Wood Cemetery. a WCOD.?At Tarrytown. N. Y., August 2.1, 1922, George Llndxy Wood. In his 79th year, funeral services will be held it Ha late residence. 4 Archer place, on Thurs day. August 31, at 3 P. M. Interment Sleepy Hollow C?meter), WOOD HOUSE.-*On Sunday, August 27, 1922. Marl" Ft mire- Woodhouse, beloved wife of the late Harold Httiyi ?sant Woodlmus" and daughter of Mr and Mrs. Andrei Davev. Funeral from the home of Iter parents, 345 West 88th at.. Wednesriaj, August 3". Requiem Masa at the Chun 1 of St. Gregory the Great, 90th st. betw. ? 1 Amsterdam and Columbus avs., at 10 A. M IN MEMORIAM. BRIGHTY. -Memorlam Alice M. Brlghtv. In memory of our dear Alice, who 1 ft its one year ago to-day. He glveth !M? beloved sleep. SCHWARZLER ?In loving memory of R. e trloc A. Sthwarzler. dearly beloved daugi ter of Otto J. and Elizabeth W. Sehwar/. ler and devoted sister of Albert SehwandH, who entered life eternal. August 29, W2I. W" mles thee from our home, dear daugh ter. We miss thee from thy place, A shadow o'er nnr life Is east We miss the sunshine of thy face. Thy gentle voice no more we hear. But In our dreams we oft do fancy Thy angel spirit yet is near. WERNER.?In memory of Maurice Werner died August 29, 199X. nequlescst In pace. To live In the hearts we leave be bind Is not to die. UNDERTAKERS. "Wh?n Death Oocwn CallXbtumbat 8200" FRANK E. CAMPBELL "Qhe <9uneral Church" *?. OfOW-MCTA*lAJ*) Broidw*jr st 66th St John W. 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