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to Be Bride of Walter F. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bar-; clay's Daughter Engaged. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Barclay of Barclay Brook, Short Hills, N. J., in formed their relatives and friends yes terday of the engagement of their daughter. Miss Rosalie Paul Barclay, to Mr. Walter F. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Gordon of New burgh, N. Y., and Short Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Barclay and their family will start abroad on September 28, and will pass the coming winter traveling In Eurcpe. Miss Barclay, who was introduced to society last \*#nter and became an ac tive member of the Junior League, Is a member of one of the oldest of the representative families of New York. She represents the fifth generation in descent from the Rev. Henry Barclay, who was rector of Trinity Chturch In 1 748 and who married the daughter of Anthony Rutgers three years later. The Rev. Henry's father, the Rev. Thomas Barclay, was the first rector of St. Peter's Church in Albany. As a member of one of the branches descending from the five children of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Barclay, Miss Rosalia Paul Bar clay Is a member of one of the largest family connections in this city. She is a granddaughter of the late Henry A. Barclay who married Clara Wright, daughter of the late John L. Wright. Or. Harold Barclay, who died abroad a few weeks ago, was her uncle. Mr. Gordon was a student at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N. Y., when the United States entered the war. He cut short his technical course and enlisted in the 1'nited States Naval Reserve Force Through the remainder of the war he served on a submarine chaser. He now is connected with the Western Electric Company. C HICAGO TENNIS STAR "WEDS. Special Dispatch to Tub New York Hkrai.d Chicago, Sept. 8.?"Love" scores in a series of singles and doubles tennis matches played by Ralph H. Burdick nationally known tennis star of Chicago, came to light to-day. In 1920 Mr. Bur lick was married. A little later Mrs. Margaret S. Burdtek obtained a divorce In Reno and In ten days was married to C. L. Johnson, Jr., Now York tennis star, who had played with the Burdlcks ai the club here. Tuesday Mr. Burdick married at Franklin. Jnd., the former wife of Charles Frederick, vice-president of the Chicago Tennis Association. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Announcement has been made by Mrs. Frank A. Dodge of Newton Highlands, Mass.. of the engagement of her daugh ter, Miss Christine A. Dodge, to Mr. Roger Stuart Brown of Montclair, N. J. Mr. Brown is a son of Mr. and Airs. J. Stuart Brown of Montclair and was graduated from Cornell in 1914. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Ordway of Lawrence Park, Bronxville, have an nounced the engagement of their daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Partridge Ordway, to Mr. Donald Thurston Thomson of Rwampscott, Mass. Mr. Thomson, a son of Dr. Ellhu Thomson, was graduated from Harvard in 1914 and served over seas with the Forty-eighth Coast Artil lery. He is in the banking business* In Boston. Announcement has been made hy Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Aiken of Mamaro neck of the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Katharine Minor Aiken, to Mr. j Arthur Dunn, Jr., of Larchmont Manor a recent graduate of Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Elmira. N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Kathryn Moore, to Mr. Morgan S. Campbell of Englewood, N. J. Miss Moore is now In welfare work In New York city and Mr. Campbell 1? a member of the senior class at Wil liams. WELCOME DINNER GIVEN TO GOOD WILL ENVOYS Sixteen Governors Praise Them for Work in France. Eighty-seven members of the Godd Will delegation of the Committee for Devastated France, who arrived from Europe yesterday on the steamer Ro chanibcau. were tendered an informal welcome home dinner last evening in the summer gardpn in the rear of the committee headquarters, 16 East Thirty ninth street. Mrs. Gilbert H. Montague, acting chairman of the executive committee, in welcoming the delegates read tele grams from the Governors of sixteen States expressing sentiments of wel come anil gratification at the increased feeling of friendship between the two republics resulting from the delegation's efforts while abroad. In addition to the delegates there were present several members of the executive committee of the Committee for Devastated France, including Miss Elisabeth .Scarborough, secretary; Dr. Alexander Humphreys, treasurer; Miss Miriam Blagden, assist ant treasurer; Edward Dean Adams a ltd Mrs. Ellhu Chaupcey. AMERICAN HI'RT IN TIERLIN. Bsnt-tN, Sept. 8.?Mrs. John King of Suffolk, Vs., to-day received Injuries which are described as painful, hut not dangerous, when she was run down by a bicycle In a street while walking with her husband. She was taken to the Elisabeth Hospital. Mr. King Is a member of the Southern Commercial Congress Mission to investi gate extension of American trade. NOTES OF SOCIETV. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gavin, who have been abroad two m mths, will leave by the Homeric September 20. Mr. and Mrs. George Orlswold, who have been staying at ''??? Rltx-Carlton. recently entertained at alnner there for Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ransom, Jr. Rear Admiral and Airs. John K. Rob ison, who have spent much time In Newport, are Ht the Hotel Astor before returning to Waahlngto t, They are ac companied by Miss Catherine RadclilTe. a niece of r.ord Glanely of London, wham Mrs. Robison will Introduce to Washington society earlv In the season Lieut.-Col. Edward W. Ryan, Ameri can Red Cross Commissioner for West ern Russia and the Baltic States, gave n dinner pnrty last evening in the Belle da Ire Hotel. Judge Martin Dolphin, who recently returned f?om Paris, was the chief guest. Mrs. Arnold B. Watson, who paused the summer at Lake "lacid. Is at the Plaaa before going to Buffalo. Mr and Mrs. Myron A. Wleks of Cleveland, who are at the Klts-Carltnn. entertained at luncheon there yeaterday lira. George Ahgus Garrett has re turned frcm Washing'on to Join Mr / ngus at the Rita-Carl*, in. Mr. and Mrs. Irving T. Bush have re turned from White Sulphur Springs to their apartment In the Carlton llnu.<e. Mr. and Mrs. Henry KoMlter Wcrth ington have come from Shawnee, Ps.. to the Hotel Lorraine where th? y enter- i tained several friends at luncheon yes terday. ' ? ? ' ?, " I ^Engagement Announced il Miss Rosalie Paul Barclay. PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW YORK. Mis* Josephine A. Osborn lias taken an apartment at 1140 Madison avenue. Mr* Henrv P. Davison -wili occupy an aplrtmcnt at 4 East Sixty-sixth street on her return from Glen Gove. Mr and Mrs. Charles Scritffier, Jr.. have returned to Far Hills. N. J., from Marlborough. Mass. Mrs. K. Henry Harrlman returned from a Western trip yesterday and went to her country house at Arden. Mrs Ogden L. Mills, back from New port. is passing a few days here before going to Washington. Mrs. I. Townsend Burden entertained several friends at luncheon yesterday In ' the Ambassador Hotel. Sir Charles Koos also gave a luncheon there. Mrs. Charles Cilmore Kerley and daughter. Mrs Henry Arthur Hutohlns, Jr.. are at the Plaza from Sharon. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Black, wto had been traveling in Europe three returned to New York by the AqtiHanl. and are at their apartment at 667 Madt son avenue. Mr and Mrs. James Howell Putnam will start soon for England to visit Gapt the Hon. and Mrs Wentworth Chet wvnd at Hlghwood House. Mill Hill. Middlesex. The Hon. Mrs. Chetwynd la Mrs. Putnam's sister. Miss Marie Brooke, daughter of Mrs. Hayes Brooke, has gone to Southampton to visit Miss Cornelia Livingston, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Goodhue Living stone. Mrs John Harrlman entertained at luncheon yesterday at Pierre's for Mrs^ Moses Taylor Pyne, Jr. mhe"Jh" ', luncheon parties there were M^Moses Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Benkard and Mrs. Le Grand C. Grlswold. Mrs Fellowes Davis gave a luncheon for Mrs. Henry G. McVickar at Sherry * yesterday. Mrs. Arthur J. Cummock en tertained similarly for Mme. Tauffyeb. Mr and Mrs. Henry White also enter tained there at luncheon. Last e\entng Mr. and Mrs. Harris Fahnestock l?ve i small dinner part there for Mr. Harris Fahnestock, Jr. Mr* Roderick Power, who had been fo"7oln XV.-^-r mother of Mrs. Whitney. Is making her a short visit at Westbury. Miss Emily H. Schniewlnd, who will he one of next winter's debutantes, will be introduced by her parents Mr. and Mr* Henry Schniewlnd. at a dance on December 22 In their city home. 8 East Seventy-ninth street. Miss Schniewlnd and her sister. Miss Margaret M. Schnie wlnd now are In Canada and will re turn 'to Wyndhem. the country home of Mr and Mrs. Schniewlnd In Glen Cove. L. I., next Thursday. WASHINGTON. Mr Walter F. Chappell. who will h i? i on >*entember 18 to Miss Sidney Xbb daugMPere o,Mrs. John Sidney Webb, has arrived In Washington. Mrs George Oakley Totten. Jr.. has returned-to Washington after a visit to Wilmington. Del. Justice and Mrs. Joseph McKenna have returned to their apartment In the Con nectlcut after an extended Celt to Hot Springs, Va. The Secretary of the Italian Lmbassj, Mr Geleser Celesia. who has been act ing Charge d'Affalres, has left for New York to meet the new Counselor. ?lK"or Rosso, who arrives to-day on board the Conte Rossi from Naples. Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson ha> returned from NatTaganseU Pler wher. he visited Mrs. Grayson and their fam ily Mrs Grayson and the children will return to Washington October 1. The Director-General of the Pan American Union. Dr. L. S. Rows, has returned to Washington from Williams town. Mass.. where he conducted a round table conference on Latin Amer ica at the Institute of Politics. The Charge d'Affalres of Japan. Mr. j Sadao Haburl. entertained at ,""Oheo" yesterday In honor of Dr. Rlkltaro Jullsawa. who delivered a course o. lectures at the Institute of Politics. Williams College. In August. At Wiihlncfon Hotel*. New York arrivals at Washington hotels Include: The Shoreham?A. L. Strassor. The Harrington?A. f, Jordan. W. J. Chaplin. The Ebbltt?F. C. Cokeley, p. If. Sull.. van. The Willnrd?Mr. and Mrs. William lli-pncr, Mrs. Thomas P. White. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Elugott, A. H. Elder. FRASCK HONORS COL. BROWS. At the National Lafayette-Marne Hay eerrmony at West Point this week Mr. Qaaton Llebert. the French Consul-Oen seral, on behalf of his Government, for | eminent service's rendered to the cause of France, conferred the Order of Chev alier of I,eglon of Honor upon Col. Franklin Brown, chairman of the cere mony. Col. brown Is president of the Army and Navy Club of America anil senior member of the banking firm of Ttedmond A Co. Majestic, Cairic and Finland Out ?' To-day for Europe 31k. J. M. Franklin and Bride and Marqu'/s of Douglas Sailing. Mr. John Merij man Franklin anil hia bride, who was; Miss Emily S. Ham mond, daughter* of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hammciid, will start abroad to day on t'u?iS-<r wedding trip by the Homeric of t'fta White Star Line. They were inarrle f Thursday in St. Mark s j Church, Mcixnt Klsco, X. Y. The bride groom is ra sort of Mr. \ Philip A., S. Franklin, ijresldent of the International Mercantile Marine Company. They ex pect to b<* abroad until the winter sea season. Another; of the 400 passengers will be the Mariiuis of Douglas and Clydes dale, son. and heir of the Duke of Ham ilton. wl#y returned recently from South , Americefc The Marquis is one of the eligible of future British Dukes. He was b<y.'n in 1903. In addition to be coming eventually the premier peer In the Scottish peerage and the head of the Infuse of Douglas, he also will be ueredAary keeper of Holyrood House uid very wealthy. Ot'jers on board will be Rodolphe L. Agshsiz. Joseph Clendenning and E. Mo/ehaueix going abroad on business connected with the Copper Export As sociation.. There also will he Sir Curtis Ashdown. British snip owner; Ed ward J. Nally of the Radio Corporation [of Amcirioa; Thomas W. Perry, director i of the General Electric Company; A. j ' P. Lauder. London manager of E. 11. ! (Van Ingen & Co.; Jordon L. Mott, president of the Mott Iron Works, and | Ernest A. Blgelow. a director of the i | Federal Sugar Refining Company. Chilean Secretary Soils. ' uS"?, Sf^n* W;'n be J- Si'va. sec re ' t V? Chilean L*pration* Mrs I an46PMrs sn1'' rVfe ?f the otchar: Dr . XI I?;,?' ?] HpT?an of Detroit. Dr. w n Mrllwalne. Dr. and Mrs. Edward 1T, P^'ey. W de Burgc Whyte. O 1 E' ? ,Mr- an'l Mrs. James \v. Ruilock ton Mr H M,alCOlm B Stone of Bob ton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Hall Mrs wtmf Widdlconib and Miss Kmma' i t'Trt ?t r!,lcaKO' Walter MckT 'of At, ? Louis. Mrs. Perry Hunter aeveland & tnnk H?min?wa>' <>' Some of the residents of New York going by the White Star liner will be ?"*n 'Y,,. ba"05'' Mrs. Edward G. Bene Mlehaei Tt V? r Llnf,say lod Mrs. Michael Dreicer, accompanied by her DrHeerarneS H' Dreicer and Michael D. Some of the passengers sailing to-day by another White Star liner, C'edric will Mrs A X?' K,: Bon<1 Rn>er"?n. Mr.' aoid Tnh,', \ ^ Mrs. S. G. Forbes. rX ~ Morris. H. A. Nelson. Mrs. George E. Rose. Miss Marlon Rosa. Wal ter Reginald Ceurtenay Shaw and Mr and Mrs. C. F. Westln. Martin Adrlansen. Mr. and Mrs. I R Busard Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Carman.' Vbem2 of' E' HudK,n? and Charles Sheffler will start abroad to-day by the * Inland of the Red Star Line. r ??lhe C,0ntf,Hosao of the Elo>'d Sabaudo ? fr?m XaP|e" Genoa with -.086 passengers. The list Includes such members of the operatic world as Baron Gennaro Rarra. tenor; Pietro de Biasl basso; Romeo Boscaccf, tenor: Fran ;r? C"'c1, teror; Amador Famadas, ,aM of the s,,r. Carlo Grand Opera (ompany, which Is opening at the Century Theater September 18. I.oslna Galli, premiere danReuse of the Metropolitan Opera Company, ahd Jac na Agide an,' Gaetano Bavagnoli orchestra directors. I'we C'ounteMfii on Rnoril. I t. ?!!,er- Pasj","K'''-s are Countess Di : Pountess Adlmarl. Judge and Mrs. Charles C. Black of Jersey City Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bull. Miss Marlon Bull. Miss Virginia Murray. Mr and Mrs <\. h. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. i n -fP B' Fu,Pcr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace ?n! vr 'le1'"' Giuseppe Stella. Judge W Br/n' M ? .PVan' Mr" and Mr?- I ; "r,- W- and Mra- J w Pen nock, -ir. and Mra. C. Addison Harris, Dr Leon Harfison. Richard Morgan. Ard rr.ore Taylor and Commendatorp ' R,*,si a new member of the Italian Embassy j staff In Washington. y ( I The Vandyck will sail to-day for I South Americah ports with several dele-' gates to the Rio Janeiro exposition in j eluding Gen. Marshall O. Terry, special commissioner from San Diego, and H. v -Var<Jt. a representative of the I A" Gibers going will he Leonard Kennedy, one of the.engineerlng ! company that is removing a mountain at Rio Janeiro; James C. Craig, reprewnt ing the Texas Oil Company ; li R | Irqjand of the Canadian Rank of Com merce; a de P. Costa of the 8tud<ibaker ""'Pany; J?hn Daniels of the Standard Oil Company, en route to Buenos Aires and Dr. J. X. Wheelock, h missionary Sailing to-day by the Royal Mall liner Orb.ta will be Mr. and Mrs. W. B. .Moore Of Montciair. N. J. ; Roy Townsend. Mrs. M. J. Walther. Ml** Esther Walther Miss Martha Walther. Mrs. K. 1' Orr and George V. Taylor. Jr. Among the pussengers on board the Essequibo of the Paeiilc Steam Naviga tion Company, sailing to-dav for South American ports, will be Col. F. B. Will iamson, George H. Tarleton, H. A. Milne I Aleplo, Norman and Leon Krugare; J,| Y eaza of the Ecuadorian Consulate; the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Feldges. members I or the Christian Missionary Alliance. I and Eduardo A. Cochano, VIce-Consul I ror Peru to Germany. The latter will I land at Havana to be married and pro- 1 ceed to Germany. COM I NO ON NEW AMSTERDAM. AmeHc?C7,Al^!!.lerdam of thp Holland America Line, due to-day, Is bringing front Europe 1,194 passengers, 3*7 of 1 whom are tourists Thos.. on board In elude Judge and Mrs. Harry hobltxek ? w ? Thompklns. Prof, and Mr? Prof a Pr?f Jarn?8 H Gore, pror. A. J. Harnotnv. Dr. W. L. Dver Dr (S J'1 """^Wle. Dr. William L j Hull. Miss E. P. Hull. Dr. tnl Mrs. H C. Reynolds. Col. and Mrs. William Gor ham Rice, Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Thomp son, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson O. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Rrown. Mr' and Mra. Edmund L. Moony, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Prltchard, Mrs. Charles Pierce. Miss Katherlne Pierce, Mr. nnd Mrs. George F. Taylor, Mr. ancf Mrs Oscar James Campbell und Mrs. Ed ward R. McCormlck. . NOTES FROM NEW LONDON. M Illinois Memorlnl Institute flnss i? Hold Hennlon. Special ninpalrh In Ttts Nsw Ynsg TIctiai.d. I ?Ngw I^jndon. Conn., Sept. 8.?The Inss of 1912 Williams Memorial Insti tute will hold its tenth reunion to-mor row afternoon at the summer home of Mrs. Coe Gardner at Restvlew. Arrivals at thn Mohican Hotel Include Mr. H. E. Tuttle, Mr. L. A. Luftlg. Mr J. n. Woodcock. Mr. C. c. Bergen, Mr C. H. I eterson, the Misses Greer. Miss Julia Greer Bridwett, Mr. H. E Cliand ler Mr. and Mm. F. W. Crowder. Mr ami Mra. J. O'Brien. Mrs. W. C. Herne Mlw A.nna Rhnrp. Mr. Reginald I till lips, Mr. W. C. Jackson, Mrs. W, W ? !u 7 R' J' XnT1^ s'r. and Mrs. Arthur Doher and Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hood, all of New York; nlao Mrs. O. 1. Austin. Tuckahoe; Mrs. A. Austin. Y-.nk era; Mr. Robert R. Dlefenrlorf. Hast Orange, nnd Mr. and Mrs. William F I Sims, Mahwait, N, J. SOCIETY FOLK OF BAR HARBOR ACT IN FILM PLA Y FOR CHARITY Miss Polly Blaine Damrosch as Paula, the vampire, and Warwick Scott as Jim Dougan, the villain. Miss Polly Damrosch Makes Debut as Actress in 'Tangled Hearts,' Special Production. Special Dispatch to Tjib New Yosk Hbbalo Bar Harbor, Mc? Sept. 8.?All Bar I Harbor Is talking to-day of the success of the specially made society photo I rlrania, "Tangled Hearts," presented this i week Cor the benefit of the Bar Harbor Hospital. Particular Interest steal. The villain, Jim Dougan, Is played by Mr. Warwick Scott. The parts played by Miss Damrosch's sisters are Mrs. Weherley by Mrs. H. Pleasants Pennington (Alice Damrosch) and Sue Dougan by Miss Anita Blaine Damrosch. In the cast also are Mr. and Mrs. attached to the production because it Franklin Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph marked the debut as an actress of Miss : Walker. Miss Lota Robinson, Miss Belle Polly Blaine Damrosch. daughter of Mr. | u Gurnee, Mrs. F. L. V. Hoppln, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Damrosch. who re cently announced that, she had decided on a professional stage career. In making her debut. M'.ss Damrosch, who played the star part, was aided not only by her sisters, but by her father, each of whom had parts In the play. "Tangled Hearts" was written by Mrs. Thomas Knight Flnletter and Mr. Edgar Scott and the pictures were made by George FYelstngcr of the D. W and Mrs. W. S. Moore, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. MtClintock, Mrs. Charles Whitney, Mr. Clement B. Newbold. Mr. and Mrs. Me grrgoe Wright. M!s3 Conover. Mrs Eugene Hale. Mr. P. E. Sely.s, Mrs. John Newbold, Miss Sands. Miss Mary R. Coles, Dr. ' and Mrs. Robert I-e Conte. Mrs. Edgar Scott, the Misses Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton Barnes. Miss Eleanor Barnes, Mr. John H. Barnes, Jr., Mrs. Reginald Hutchinson, Griffith studios. Some of the local places William Ordwav Partridge. Dr. of scenic interest shown are Otter Cliffs. Jtmes F Mitchell, Miss Margaret Part Sand Beach and Thunder Hole. rltige, Mr. and Mrs. Dryden Kuser, Mrs The cast follows: Edmund Pendleton. Mr. Oprrton McCa*pr. Paula . . Leopol'lln* (Polly) Plain* Damro??h; -r ~ vc*. iomno .Km Domran Warwick Potter Seott I Mr. Trrl McCagg. Mr. James Robblns. Jim Dougan Warwick Potter Scott _ Bonnl<l Oldfleld Edgar Scott Miss Emily McFadden. Mr. T.awrence Cheite.r Oldfleld Walter Damrosch Morris, Mr. Howard O. Sturges. More than 1.500 persons attended the Horace Enrlght William Hood Stewart ' ... Alice Carruthers ... Caroline Burton Performance, and the first night audience Sue Dougan Anita Blaine Damrosch included almost every one of prominence Dolly Deugan Alice Haur i in the social life of Bar Harbor's sum Bert I.a Vallee ....J. de l.agerberg , lpr ,,0ionv K* a rl I.a Va IIpp T.iiHnvIr* li.ietmLu.r! ? j Karl La Vallee Ludovlc Heemskerk j , , ? ... . Marie La Vallee.Gretchen Damrosch Flnlcttc Mlsg Damrosch showed marked a^ Hit; Alice's friend Loullu Thomson Tlie role played by Miss Damrosch Is that of a vamp, with Mr. Edgar Scott playing opposite her as the wealthy and versatility In her part. Her efforts to steal the gem and the young owner's heart furnished fine action. A thread of romance is woven Into the piece by the owner of a great gem which two sep- I <V>velopmont of Paula's love for Dougan arate bands of thieves have planned to1 and their final, complete reformation. MISS SHUSTER FOUND; HER ELOPEMENT FOILED Breakdown of Car Maroons1 Her in Good-Night, Ky. Special Dispatch to Tub N'iw York Herack. Glasgow. Ky., Sept. 8.?While they wer? waiting for three boy* who were to aid them to elope to Tennessee, Car lyn Shuster, 18. daughter of W. Morgan Shuster. president of the Century Com pany, New York, ar.d William Morris. 18. son of a Glasgow merchant, were caught by relatives and a crowd of vol unteer helpers this morning at Qood N'ight, eight miles north of here. They had been gene since Wednesday night. Miss Shuster was soon returned to her mother. The elopers, attended by four boy friends, planned to go to Jeffersonvllle. i Ind., to be married, but their automobile I broke down near Cave City. After spending the night at the home of a farmer five miles from Glasgow the couple and Roger Dickinson waited while the three other boys returned to Glasgow to get another machine. The plan then was to double on their tracks and go to Tennessee. Miss Shuster, who with her mother was visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Hi C. Trigg, is to be returned immediately to Miss Beard's School for Girls. Orange i N. J. Her relatives had offered a re ward of 1100 for her apprehension un married. ATLANTIC CITY ARRIVAL*. Special Dispatch to Ttia N'aw Ynaa Hasten. Atlantic City, N. J., Sept, I.?New York arrivals to-d ly Include: Traj more?Mrs. Samuel Sargent. Mis* | Beatrice Paterson, James Scullion. Jr.. ] M. J. Van Tassel, William P. MchoHlf, | B. P. Sweetie]* Bradley Delah *nty. j Mist C. Olive Johnson, J. F. Dowsing. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cane. Mr. and . Mrs H. Weinberger, J. T. Large, Pres- I ton Herbert. Ambassador ? Kugene Roder. Jack Young, Frederick W. Brown, Mr?. Charles Zenkpf and daughter M A*-lbornugh-Blenhelm?J. T. Rtch nrds, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Todd, M"iss R. J. Richardson. Dr and Mrs. W, C. Bryan, Mrs. W. E. Trout man, Mrs R. T. Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan T. M. I.arris, Mlsacs Nell, May and Genevieve Harris, Mr. and Mrs, John A. Campbell, Brooklyn. Dentil*?Mr. and Mrs. A. L. B. Reeder. Miss MMrle. Oascoyne, Robert Olner, Thomas J. McDonald. Mrs. J. K. Work Miss Trma Brown. Mrr Kendall Reld. Breakers?Miss Natalie Meniiett. Mi' A. Bennett, B. Levlnscn, Mrt and Mrs. T. S. Friend, Mr. an*l Mm. Emanuel Ollcit, Lrater J. Ollck. Jacob Abrams. L. H. Berg. Mr. and Mrf. A. Fisher. RItx-Carlton?Mr. said Mrs. W .1 Borel, W. L. Woodbury, Mr, and Mrs | W. J. Rothrack. Mr. iwtfl Mrs. D. M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. If. A. Grunan. It C. B-rl\ K. II. nnfley. W1IITK MII.PHHR irniNGS. Special Dispatch to Tiib Vbw York llniu. W'HtTR HULHIUR H 'RINGS, W. VS.. . Sept. 8.?Mrs. Wllliatfl Sinclair of New York entertained at a luncheon for twenty-six at the Grtymbrler to-day Mrs. Edwin S. fVr.henrk will give n large luncheon at the Casino to-morrow Mr. nnd Mrs. G. ,C>. Crabbe entertained | at dinner last nig^tt at Kates Mountain : Cltth nnd to-day motored down the | Orc nhrler River for a day's fishing. CUTTINGS QUIT HOME IN MADISON A. VENUE March Uptown of Business Claims Famous House. Another or the beautiful homer, which for two decades have gtven architectural ! distinction to the "court end" of the ! city between Park and Fifth avenues I above Fifty-ninth street Is giving way before the upward advance of business I and the Increasing demand for small apartments. The house is that of R. Fulton Cut ting. at 2i Fast Sixty-seventh street, j i which takes in half the block at the | corner of Aladison avenue. For nearly twenty-years before the death of Mrs Cutting In 1919 the hottse was the scene 1 of some of the most notable Incidents I In the fashionable life of New York. I The house Is to he remodeled for busi- | ness In the lower floors and apartments above. The work of ripping out the > inner wnlls is well under way The front along .Madison avenue is being torn out to provide for a number of j stores. In abandoning the family home, where I Mr. Cutting had gathered his children ! I and grandchildren about him, Ipe has | provided not only a future home foi himself a mil>' further uptown but has erected homes for several of his chil dren For hlmaelf and his son. Charles Suydnm Cutting. Mr. Cutting has erected a house at 14 Fast Flghty-ninth street. Two of his married children j have been provided with adjoining | hoimes: Mr. and Mrs. Ductus Wllmer ! ding, at 12 Fast Flghty-ninth street. and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald L. G. Au | chincloss at 16 Fast Eighty-ninth street. | To his other son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Cutting. Mr. Cut | ting ha< presented a house in the rear at 13 Fast Eighty-eighth street. [ Mr. Cutting has moved Into his new home and his children will take posses sion of their gift houses upon their re turn from their country places In the ' autumn. GUESTS ARRIVING FOR WEDDING IN BERKSHIRES Mr. Marquand to Marry Miss Sedgwick To-day. Sp'rinl Dlnprfrli In Tub Nrw Yosk llrscti. ; Stockbridue, Mass., Kept. 8.?Guests are arriving here for the wedding to morrow of Miss Christina Sedgwick to Mr. John P. Marquand. Arrivals at the Red Dion Inn Include Mr. Balnbrldgc Colby, former Secretary of Stall, and Mrs. Colby; Miss Kath erlne H. Colby, Mr. Franklin MacVengit former Secretary of the Treasury; Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacVeagh. the Rev. ! and Mrs. Theodore Sedgwick, Dean anil Mrs, Howard C. Rohblns of New York, , Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Rackemann. Mr. and Mrs. Kllery Sedgwick. Misses Almee and Rosamond I.amb of Rnston. i Mr. and Mfs. Philip Marquand of, Wilmington. Del., parents of the bride groom. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex- j ander Sedgwick, who had a dinner com pany of twenty persona for the bridal party to-night. A large number from t'je Ktockhridge I colony were at the Oolf and Tennis Club this afternoon for the final matches In I !h" trnnls tournament Mrs James Graham Parsons was at the tea tables. Newport Has Day of Luncheon and Dinner Parties Mr. iinil Mrs. T. Suffern Tailor Among Those Entertain ing at Villas. **.#?'10/ Unpatch to Tun Niw York Hriai.d. Newport, R. I,, Sept. 8.?In spite of t ie fact that autumn is approacliing. so t i'-ty at Newport is still entertaining anil ilso arranging for many events .to come. This evening one of the largest dinners was given by Mr. and Mrs. T. Suffern Tiller at Honeysuckle Hodge, who had thirty-six guests. Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Lewis Gillespie gave a dinner for thirty guests at their Bellevue avenue villa. Mrs. Forsythe Wickes was a dinner ostess this evening and Mr. Clarence W. Dolan gave a luncheon at Seaweed >nd Mrs. Charles Frederick Hoffmann was a luncheon hostess to-day at Armsea Hall. Mrs. Richard T. Wilson returned from New York this evening and went to her Narragansett avenue villa. She will have twenty guests for dinner to-mor row. followed by informal dancing. Miss Elizabeth Sands is assisting her In tlie arrangements. Another birthday party came to th? little folks to-day when Miss Mimf Kountze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her man IX Kountze. became eight years of age. There were twenty children pres ent and they had the usual birthday cake, moving pictures and games on the la wn. Mrs. C. S. Ilaight leased to-day through Deblois & Eldrldge the Bentley cottage in Ayrault street for one year. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley, who have been at the Hilltop Inn, will leave to-morrow for a trip to Maine, and will return to Newport later In September. The prize for the best table decora tion at the flower show, which was of fered by former Gov. R. Livingston Beekman, was won by Richard Wen ham. The semi-finals in the women's dou bles at the Casino this morning were won by the Misses Natalie and Theodora Winslow, who defeated Miss Laura Mid dle and Miss Marian Wicks. 6?3. 6?3. and the Misses Elizabeth Kountze and Emily Winslow. who defeated Mrs. I^ewis (J. Morris and Miss Mary Alice Barney. 7?5. 8?6. The finals will be played to-morrow. In the tournament for.girls under 13, Romaine Bristow and Leta Morris won from Roxanne Reyna) and Kitty Wickes. AUGUSTUS HARTJE WILL DISINHERITS CHILDREN They Refused to Side With Him in Divorce Case. Special Dispatch to The New Yiiiik He3ai.i>. Pittsburgh, Sept. 8.?Because they were disloyal to him during the trial of his divorce suit a decade ago and spurned all his efforts to get theit sym pathy. the late Augustus Hartje, paper manufacturer., in his will, which has been filed for probate here, lias disin herited his two children, Mary Louise Hurtle and John Scott Hartje. The Hartje divorce trial ended in a victory for Mrs. Hartje. During the hearing of the case the son and daugh ter clung to their mother and refused to recognize their father. After the divorce was refused to the husband Mrs. Hartje obtained a decree An the ground of desertion. Mr. Hartje never forgave Ills two children and a reconciliation between them was never effected. Efforts were made to suppress the de tails of the will which has. been tiled here in which Mr. Hartje disinherits his two children. In the will Hartje In his own hand wrote, "Hi view of the dis loyalty of my two children during the divorce trial. I do not wont them to participate in my estate. I have never forgiven their attitude toward me dur ing those days, and for this reason I have not mentioned them in iny will." WILLIAM NASH'S FAMILY GETS MOST OF ESTATE Document Makes Specific Be quests of $22,500. The will of William A. Nash, form erly chairman of the board of the Corn Exchange Hank, who died in his home 410 Para avenue, August 30, was fil'-U for probate yesterday in the Surrogate's Court. It bequeaths nearly all his estate to his family. The document makes spe cific bequests amounting to 122..">00. and leaves In trust shares of bank stock, which, according to latest quotations, arc worth more than $170,000. The residuary estate is to be divided equally between his son, Warren B. Nash, treas urer of the New York Stock Exchange, and a daughter, Mrs. Mabelle N. Pon vert of 410 Park avenue. Mrs. Barbara t'arr Smith, niece of the late Mrs. Nash, receives $2..">00. as do four grandchildren?Antonio Pon vert, Jr.. Natalie Ponvcrt and the Misses Constance and Beatrix Nash. Walter E Frew, president of the Corn Exchange Bank, receives $5,000, and Stanley R Walker of Rldgewood, N. J., gets a similar bequest, pius fifty shares of stock of the Corn Exchange Bank. "In recognition of his faithfulness and loyal ty for many years." Five trust funds, each of seventy shares of bank stock, are set up for the benefit of the grandchildren and Mrs. Bmith. BOOTH HEIR ASKS CASH. Wimt Allowance rending Hesnlt of l.ltlantlnii Over Will. Frank is. Rowan of 4007 Baltimore avenue, f'htladelp.iia. e nephew of the late Mrs. Angle M. Booth, widow of Henry P. Booth, founder of the Ward Line, applied yesterday to Surrogate Jnmes A. Foley for an allowance of $On a month from the estate pending the settlement of a contest instituted by a grandnieie and beneficiary of Mrs. Booth. Rowan, who received a bequest f $150,000 under the will that Marie A. Landoll of 401 Fourth street, Brooklyn. Is seeking to overturn. Is the seventh of the legatees to apply for allowances. Surrogate Foley will hear their appli cations September 19. It. t. STEW ART WILLED gBO.OOO. Robert A. Stewart of 50fi West Forty sixth street will receive more than $*>0,0(10 from the estate of his aunt. Sarah Galhrnlth, who dlrd April 9 at her home, 49 I.eroy street, according to her will, which was offered for probat? \?sterday. Tha estate la valued at $50,000. CHESTER A. ARTHUR MOVES. Son of President to Make Home In Southern (nlnrndn, Spmal Dinpnh)> f? Tub Nbw Yosk Bason. CobORAPO SpfttNOS. Sept. 8.?-Cheste. Alan Arthur, son of President Arthur, has sold h'r mansion her' and has gono to live on the Trlncherrs estate In south ern Colorado. He had resided here twenty-five years Hr mn In tallied a stahle of blooded horses and his tsll.v-hn team of fancy steppers was well known. Considera tion fot residence and stanle was about $30,000. PROF. DUNNINC'S WILL AIDS HISTORY RESEARCH income Frcm Property Goes to Sister During Her Life. The hulk of the estate of Prof William H. Dunning. Liber professor of history and political philosophy in Co lumbla University, will be devoted fo historical researijfc and instruction, a - I cording to his will, which was filed for probate yesterday. He died August 2 The wiil contains a specific bequest o" I3.000 to the American Historical Awo ? ration. of which he was pre-ident in 1113. The residuary estate is left to the | trustees of Columbia Cniverslty "fo the promotion of research and instruc tion in history." Both gifts are sub- i ,,1-et to a stipulation that the lncom. from each shall he paid to Miss Ma thilde Dunning, 1 is sister, during he life. -Miss Dunning and Kdwurd Frank lyn (jcle. of 3 Canyon ciidf, Toi)ker.: were made executors without bonds The value of the estate is givan as trior than 110,000 In personal property. Ther ? is no real properly. FRED. S. ISHAM, NOTED PLAYWRIGHT, IS DEAD Author Dies at Riverside Drive Home of Pneumonia. The funeral of Frederic S. Jshan j playwright, author and traveler, who ' died of pneumonia on Thursday In his j home, 417 Riverside Drive, in his fifty- j seventh year, is to be held to-day m ; Detroit, where he was born. He was j a son of the late Charles iaham and | Mrs. Isham of that city and had live I j in this city four years Although Mr. isham wide man. ' plays and widely read novels, he is best known through two of his recert com edies: "Three Live Ghosts," In which Miss Beryl Mercier had the leading j feminine part, and "Nothing But the j Truth." in which William Collier j starred. When he was stricken he was j giving the finishing touches to th. j hook for a musical comedy. "Th- j Cherry Chair." in collaboration with I Augustus Barrntt. who wrote the music, j and John Murray Anderson as directoi i The piece is to be presented in New York this season. Mr. Isham married Mi.ss Helen Frue of Detroit, who sur vives him. There are no children. LEON BONNAT DEAD AT 89. Won Fame for Painting of Victor lingo and Thiers. Paris Sept. 8.?Leon Bonnat, direc tor of the French School of Fine Arts, i died to-day. M. Bonnat was in his ninetieth year, having been born at Bayonne on June 20. 183.2. He wu president of the French Society of Artists. Bonnat studied in -.Madrid, Paris and Rome, where he went as a winner of the Prix de Rome, remaining four years in Italy. He became one of the most Illustrious painters of his time, excelling In portraiture, though widely noted for his historical and religious subjects. Much of his work has been brought to America, and a painting of John Taylor Johnston hangs in the Metropolitan Mu seum. where may be seen " collection of Bonnat's genre pictures. lie painted Thiers. Victor Hugo, Don Carlos, Leon Cogniet, his master in Paris, and Jules Orevy. The last two portraits hang In the Luxembourg. He was elected to the French Institute In 1 1881, became n professor in the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1888. and wns dec orated with the Grand Cross of the Le gion of Honor in 1900, at the time he was made a director of the Beaux Arts, s A little more than a year ago Bonnat revealed to the public that under lock and key In his studio In the Rue Rns sano were treasures that excited the 1 envy of the connoisseurs of Europe and America. among them Rembrandt sketches. Durers. Watteaus and Frago nards. which he had picked up in ran dom Journey ings through France, Ger many and Italy. His collection was es timated to be worth at least 3,000,000 francs, anil will become tbe property of the Louvre and the Museum of Bay onne. LEE'S FUNERAL TO-DAY. Colonel's Hod* Will lie I.nlil In Family Mausoleum. I.FXINQTON. Va.. Sept. X.?The hotly o| Col. Robert K. Lee was brought lo this city to-day from Roanoake, where lie died Thursday morning at Virginia Col lege. The body was n et at Buena Vista and brought across the country in a motor hearse. It was plat ed in tbe R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church, where to-morrow morning, at 1 I o'clock, funeral services will be held. The body will he sepulchred In the Lee Mausoleum at Washington and Lee Uni versity, where the bodies of Gen. Robert E. Lee and other members of his family are Interred. JOHN II. MOTHER MKI.. Rradi.vo, Pa.. Sept. 8.?John H. Roth ermel, who represented the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Distriet In Congress for four terms, died to-day, aged He was prominent In Democratic politics for many years .1. T. CLARK. .St. Pail. Minn.. Sept. 8.?J. T. Clark, 70. president of the Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis and Omaha Railway, died j suddenly In his home here to-night. LOST AND FOUND. M'TOMOHH K STOLEN SPECIAL RF.WARI' licenxr l 1920 rrfrlon iHlkli, nun her 264022, licetru N. J. "7444, atnlcn September 7, Biadli.. It> arli. N. 1 Information lending to ro-m - er\ will he cheerfully paid for Communl rat., iv'.til K H. IIOPWOOH. 77. Fulton rt . ?w York . Ity Telephone Itcckman WtiJ. I,'iST Between MrCrecry'a and ITodaon tuhe. , wool 0"'! aquam "f eanvaa embroidered in wool inward *?" Finder pleaae return to HALSTKP. "S E. r1at at. LOST?Ppaabnnk No. 445 s. Hud?on Trua. 1 Company (Provident Pept.l. :;9tli at., t Broadway. V Y. C. Payment lia? boon i atopped on ' i "i" . nloiiov rot urn to bank .towol rj. LOST? TMamnnd ar?l platinum liar pin. dia mond -:,ap*d, between adth ot and Coliim bill no 79th at. and Amatotdam av.. or T2d ?t and Broadway, on atroot or In taxi Finder notify Mra. .1 F. DT7NN. Schuyler 1**4. Liberal reward. LOST?Tueeday nigh' at tlio Fojlle* or Mont martre l afo. aapphlr* and diamond brace- i NellP Fratit la Spiv, r, w ho pa-awed on Sop timber p. 191 4. T'.nima Spl. er Kn.lth ?.vhi HKW A no for return of p-ntl necklace vonlainlna 1.V I p. aria w ith platinum and diamond anap lonlnlnlna 3d atoaII .llamonda, lort Sept 4. vicinity Park Theater, Boekawai Pari.. I I,. |. Call Mr. William*. Tlroail I .'.A3. 8300 RBWARP for return of three anpphlre* nd diamond ring and a aapphlro renter monogram: ring loot September *. vicinity nth av or Mall lard-*, Beafa, Stem's, #e. Call Mr. WILI. IAMB, Broad 1283. (fefWI RBWARO for return of hatpin, three larae. numerotta anteII diamond*; loat September 2. 23d at . *r or vlelnlty of D.. 1. and W. ferry Mi A C BFNNBT. r. William at. Broad 27(11 Wearing Appurel, I .(1ST- Brown a'vhel. atriall, In yellow taxi. Ttiuraday aftemo. ? r< nth-man'a wearing apparel, reward NICOLAI, '.'.'11 W 4.1th at I?og* Cnta, Ac LOST Pec. Oerman police, 7 montha old. near I'oit Wnahlnston ot Mnnhaaaet, L. I eward Phone Matihaaaet 370. Mr. D. E MvCCI.I.fCll LOST lv . hlai-k n-d tan. wearing hnrneas with netl attached, anawrrtng name rif T'ttke Liberal reward for return to 13 W. "Ph ft. JAMES BROWN DIES. I'riiiu'.uriil Mine Otvnrr Succumb* Suddenly. Special Dupatch to Tub Sr.w Vo*ic Haiu. Newport, R. I? Sept. 8.?Mrs. James Brown, who has been at the Muenchinger King since her return from England a. few days ago. was called to New York, last evening by the death there of her husband. Mr. Brown was a prominent mine owner in Colorado and was also well known as the proprietor of the largest hotel in Denver. He is survive^ by a daughter, Mrs. John W. Harper, who was Miss Eleanor Brown, and one son. Lawrence Brown, who married Mlv Arleen Morton, a Kansas City debutant* M s, Brown was one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster and prior to her recent three year residence abroad occu pied the studio called Mon Etui in Belle vue avenue. ? died. ?r?ri-;:?sv?Sr. SciRttS/ ???,, y,i C 'Tnthi*. Virginia R? J,, . un. i.iKliaiii. %ij 11 o Mc:ry\ i-ath?T, W*le * Ji'ilyncaui. Wilbur lL 11.T'i , n PPfnliWni.r, I<avld la t ? Southw irk, Mav F. r,r'p i' ;!":n ?St"k- Emnii. E. JOhn*. Robt rt Mtr.)t?l William R H^n nHS F' 'V!?tl,ch#n' >redertoic Lansflclri <?'* 'i UooJruff. Augustu, ? , ' l' .d|. ,ll"rl"" WorthiiiKtdn. Wymui. I-o" . Mary l*'" PMgmSre. Jam.. U. . In Mi-morlam. Dr.-nard, 11. <; So'r#*r win# P* Schumacher. Caroline " ' BENSON.?'Thomas Oibb Benson. suddonly at Vooy, 1 ? ranc?, on Sunday, August IT, l.i.. Interment In England. nan (),. Tuesday. September 5, a. Colorado Springy, Co!.. IJleanor Tayler, wire of (.ouveriirur Morris ('arnoohan and daughter of the late Howard Taylor. No tire of funeral hereafter. CO,oj AV,7n" September 7. 1922, Anna C.. i ldo? of James I,. Conway and daughter I , ,a:'' John MifJauran. Funeral from if>r Inu- residence, 3#-, Kort Washington iv \, 0,i? Saturda\. September 9, at 10 i?.'? #?"? High Mass of Requiem at the Church <,f f|1P Incarnation, West 115th f " arJ' * f Nicholas av. Interment Cal vary Cemetery. CI NNIXiJHam -On September 7. 1922. ?Annie Cunningham. Her memory will al ja.vs remain bright In the family of Mrs. rienry I). Ha brock, where she served ion# and f \i11*fully. FAUROT.?On September 7, 1922, Louisa A . >? lov. ii wifr of Campbell T. Faurot. ?"n*ral aerv Ices at her late home. 12T w ?n Vont *oad, Larchmont, N. Y.. 6A Monday. September It, at 2 P. M. nxXMt.-The trustees of the Catholic Sum-* mei School of America announce wi<U^ deepest regret the death of their proaD' <hmt the Rev. John E. 'Mood. LLP., suri denlv at Philadelphia on September 4. lie.juii-n Mass at Philadelphia September 10 o clock ,, , HALL.--On Thursday. September 7. Annie v., wife of Michael C Hall. Funeral from her late r? vide nee, 02.1 York ?t.. Jersey city, Saturday. September 9. at 1 P. M. HA INSTEP.?On Wednesday, September 7, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, ?oi* *>r William Stewart Halsted. In the ? 0th year of Ml- age. Funeral sendees ap his lat- r<?plriercet 1201 Eutaw place at l P. M., September 9. Pcckskill, X Y., September 7; 1022, Robert Johns, aged 05 years. Fu neral services will be held at his late fW dence, Id.) Oepew Peeksklll, Sunday, Mcpjember 10, at 2:30 P. M. Yonkers and *\ hite Plains papers please copy. JOHNSTON,? Thomas Franklin Johnston, beloved husband of Kathrvn and fAther of ueorge, Kenneth and Malcolm Johnston,' nt his residence. 4f? Rock well a v.. Long Branch, X. J., September 6, 1922. Fust nerai *, rvh-. s will be held at late home Monde \, September 11 at 1 p. M. KINK AII September 7. 1922. Helen KftB* J aid. Services Stephen Merritt's Harlern p jST1, 304 w< Mt ,26th 81" ^aturda>? * LANQKIRLD. - Charlo*. at Old Orchard ( rodeo, Wedne-day, September 6, husband* ? ^ Langfleld, father of Cora. B;;h- I.Btjgfi. ui Douty. Funeral services Friday night, s o'clock, at Dockroll Fu neral Chapel, .no Willis av.. 140th at. I EWIS?William, on September 7. CAMT-* "ELL FUNERAL CHURCH. Broadway and tkith at . until Sunday. ,J> LOW.?On Friday, September R. at Mary Mott Low, wife of Joseph T. Lo?? and daughter of the late Henry A. arip Mary Varnum Mott. Funeral private. #* LUD1NCTOX.?At Maranac Lake, X. \., f Thursday, September 7. Ethel Saltua, of Charles H. Ludingron. Services sr. Clove|ly, Ardmore, Pa., on Sunday, flep tember in. at .1 P M. (daylight timetc Interment at Lyme, Conn. It is request* ed that r.o flowers be sent. MA IUIRE.?Robert Town send, son of the ate Clara Townsend and Capt. Edward Magulre. U. S. A., at his home. Ware Neck, Va . September 7. 1922. In the 50'n .v?ar of his age. Notice of funeral here after. M ATI IIS.?Virginia R CAMPBELL FU NERAL CHURCH, Broadway, 6t)tb 04^ Sunday, 2 P. M. MERRY WEATHER.?-Suddenly September f*. 1922, on board steamship Momus, New Or* l?a! s. Weir, tlie beloved husband of Jan?? Merryw.'ather, 192 Orange road. Mont ? lair. N. J. Funeral services and Inter ment in New Orleans. MOLYNKl#\UX.?<tn September 6, Wilbur t+* Molyneaux, beloved husband of Heleix. Burchmann Molyneaux anr! son of Adeline and the late Wilbur L Molyneaux. Seir vices at Marble Collegiate Church, 29th at. and 5th n\., on Saturday, September 9? at 11 A M Interment private. OPPENHLIMER.-David, of 511 West 11JIK rt., suddenly Thursday. September 7. Be loved brother of Joseph and Amelia. Services Universal Funeral Chapel, Lea-* Ington a v., corner 52d sr., Sunrlay, 8ep tember 10, nt 11 A M. Membera Metropolis and Ittwood Clubs in\ Ued to attend. PUHMIRE - At Port Chest.T. N. Y.. 8#p-' . mber s, l??-"2, Jatr es B. Pugmlre. age '-0 years. Funeral service* at his late reai denee, t.02 North Main St., on Monday, 11 fh Inst, at 2*30 P. M. SOUTH WICK.?September 7, 1922. Mri, Ma/ Frank. Services at her late home, ?29 Throop a v.. Brook yn, N. Y., Saturday, September 9. at 2 P. M Lowell, Mass.,. papers pl#a?t eop\ 8TKCK.?Emma V. , nee Ix>oachen, beloved V Ife *?f Ix?uD S eek, friends and rala tlves a ? Invited to attend die ftmenrT from tlie ' rne ,,f iter sister, I^sufso Ti r IdS Ea ? 51st p* Patet <on. N\J , - S'ui.ia . . -* vembcr 10. Ibter Cedarlawn t""emtfery. ?STIloBKl. -W ' iarn i: , on Thursday, 8e[i tember 7. a* his residence. Id West 54tf Fervlc* ? ai d interment at Cinclnna'i" Ohio, at convenience of family. V ITTRt MEN.?Hiiddenly, September 6. Fratie. e**iek WltlfK*h? J,, beloved husband of Lpmw U Clark, son ??f the late (Jeorge H. ami Anna, brother ?<f (leorge If Wlttachsu^ Jr., Mrs, Alfred Cadmus end the late Mr*. Meta Haas**. Funeral from his late reai? dence, lin West 94th st.. Saturday, Rep mber 9 Church of the Holy Name. ?1. and Amsterdam a* where a Mass of Requiem v*11 he celebrated at 10 A. M. Automobile cortege. */*? WOODTll' FF.?A ngusttt Post, suddenly, or% Wednesday, September ft, 1922, In his (19th year, son f the late Ann Elisa and Atigustus I Woodruff Funeral servtcss will be In Id at the residence of his illfflC Mrs. Vs. W Jone*. 104 West 140th at., ou Saturday, S?piember 9. at 2:30 P. M In terment at Trinity f>met.*ry WORTH 1NOTON.?On August 7, Wyman, it his home, M Rue de fa Faisanderie* Paris. Remains rep??aing st the chapel ot the Stephen Merrftt Buria! and CrematfSlS Co.. idl Nth a v., corner ! Stl) st. Funeral ?ervlc.ee on Saturday, September 9, at 10 AM. IN M EMORIAM, LEON Ann I., memory of my d<-*r hu?h?mfj Hownril "? . who dwpnrtad thla Ufa Sep tember It, IttlR I'ttn Leonard. 8CHVMACMEK. In loving memory of ou^ beloved wife and molhrr, Caroline Scil*. ma t r, who departed till* life September I'. MWt tee gniCBK. lovlrs memory of my inothar, Nelll- Krmn i- SpUr vho p*??ed on Pe|>? ti'tnlwr It, 101? Kmma Spl<"?r Smith ? - J UNDERTAKERS. THE HOME FUNERAL Conducted innprniivtly Call Columbui 8200 When Death Occurs FRANKE CAMPBELL "Ihellunoral l?hurrh",~ (WON -9t< TA*U* 1 H i o q d w a if .11 66fh Sr. w CEMETERIES. &C THE WOODLAWN CEMETERl" Book ??f VIowr or Urf>r#?A*ntittfvUa Trlephono Wood lawn I1?hj.