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Sails Tuesday to Join Wife A broad Newport Home to Be Closed Next "Week ? Golf at Tailer Links. Special Dispatch to The New York Heuiai.d. Newport. R. I? Sept. 21.?Mr. Vincent Astor will sail Tuesday for Europe to Join Mrs. Astor who h.as been abroad all summer. Mr. Astor has divided his time between Newport, business and yachting for the last few months. Beech wood will be closed next week. Ocean Links will be the scene of two days of interesting golf, Saturday and Sunday, when in addition to the usual program of events by Mr. T. Sulfern Tailer's guests, there will be a 36 hole exhibition niatca between Jesse Guilford and Francis Ouimet. Society has taken a deep interest in these matches. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wldener have rented for next season M idol iff on Ocean Drive through De Blols and Eldridge. Mrs.- W. Woodward I'helps gave a tea and reception this afternoon for the young friends of her son. Midshipman Woodward Phelps. The latter will re turn to Annapolis next week. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Burnliam have returned to New York. The illness of Rear Admiral Seaton f chroeder, U. S. N. retired, is reported atrious to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Martin, who have been at Meunchinger King, have returned to New York. LENOX WOMEN SHOW THEIR WORK IN ART Attractive Display at Library Association Event. Special Dispatch In The New York Hbrai.d. Lenox, Mass., Sent. 21.?The annual exhibition of Lenox Arts and Crafts opened at Sedgwick Hall to-day under the auspices of the library association,' with the autumn colony well represented as eXjiibttoys. Especially attractive is a center floral piece from Mrs. Henry White's Elm Court estate. Miss Emily Winthrop is exhibiting eighteen photo graphs, one of which Is an excellent study of her father, Mr. Grenville Lln dall Winthrop. Miss Anna R. Alexandre is exhibiting a sample of bookbinding and lace work. Miss Kate Cary and Miss Anna Blake Shaw embroidered chair cushions and Miss C'ury also Is displaying a lamp shade decorated with old fashioned Godey prints. An oil painting showing a fireplace, with highly ornamental mantel, is the work of Mrs. Ross Win ans Whistler. Mrs. Richard C. Dlxey has several pottery vases. Two bronze lions for book ends are the work of Miss Frances Bryant Godwin. Authors represented with their own books are Miss Olivia E. Phelps Stokes and Mrs. Nalbro Bartley. Miss Stokes also is allowing a beautiful piece of renaissance lace and a water color sketch of a Scotch lake. One of the largest single exhibits Is.an original de sign and model in clay o'f a renaissance opera house by George L. K. Morris, Groton student and son of Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Morris. Seven silhouettes of children Hre the work of Mrs. Walter R. Davis. The exhibit which Is in charge of Miss Edith Fitch, librarian, will re main open until Saturday evening. Mrs. William B. Osgood Field gave a luncheon to-day at High Uwn. IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS. Hotel Men Entertained at Dlxvllle Notch. Special Dispatch to The New York Hraui.n Dixville Notch, N. H? Sept. 21.? Over one hundred hotel men prominent throughout New England held their an nual meeting at tho Balsams to-day. J. J. Lannin Is entertaining as his guests the New Hampshire Hotel Association and the New England Hotel Association. Tiie annual meeting Is covering three days. The entire party numbers more than 300. Members of the association* with their families arrived yesterday. A golf tournament was arranged for the men. Various diversions, followed by a dinner to-night, have been ar ranged. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Humphreys of New York, who were married Sep tember 9 at Red Bank, N. J., the home of the bride's purents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fincke, are spending their honeymoon at the Balsams. Another honeymoon couple who find the Balsams very attractive Is Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Burr of Hartford, Conn. J. W. Blair of New York and Arthur J. Bennett of Cambridge have been at Camp Mills Field. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Bandcl of Brooklyn will leave the Bal sams Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Davenport. Ernest W. Davenport and F. D. Carney, all of New York, were In the party of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Paige of B-ookline, Mass., ?t luncheon at the Balsams to-day. MEET ON CONSTITUTION ISLAND Mnrtelncrs Rock Association's An nual Assembly To-morrow. The annual meeting of the Martelaers Rock Association for the preservation of the Warner house and other historic relics on Constitution Island, opposite West Point, will he held to-morrow on the Island. It will be an all day event, beginning at 11 o'clock and will Inrflude luncheon. Launches from West Point and Garrison will make special trips during the day for the convenience of the visitors. Mr. C\eorgo Haven Putnam will address the meeting. Mrs. Charles Edward Tracy of High land Falls Is president of the association, and on the exwctttlve committee are Mrs. E. Henry Harrlman, Mrs. J. P. Morgan, Mrs. William Church Osborn. Mrs. H. Fairfield Osborn, Mrs. Samuel Sloan, Dr. Walter Thompson- and 'the Rev. Dr. H. Percy Silver. HOT SPRINGS, VA. Bp c, ial Dispatch to The New York IIbrai.d. Hot SrsiNos. Va., Sept. 21.?Mrs. To rah Haggln gave a tea to-day at the White Cottage for her guest. Miss Mar caret Brown of New York, sister of Brig.-Gen. Preston Brown, of Wash ington. Miss Ethel Zabrisktc of New York and her aunt. Miss E. K. Royer, drove this afternoon to Germantown and later had tea at the Casino. This afternoon an unusually fast set of doubles was played on the grand stand tennis court by the Messrs. W. Earl Dodge and Warren A. Mayon of New York against .1 Mandevllle Carlisle and Willi,-m K. R. Hltt of Washington. Mr. Dodge's fast volleying especially was applauded. Mrs. Dodge was on the Casino lawn for ten. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shcphers and Mrs. James Harrington arrived last Eight from New York and to-day drove to Valley View for tea. Mr. H. Chapman Hyams 3d of New Orleans has left for New York. Week end arrivals at the Homestead will Include Mr. and Mrs. Adams Child Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. White* Mr. and Mrs. Bedell H. Harned, Mrs. Clarence Gray Dlnsmore, Mrs. Al bert Bullue and Mrs. William Thaw 14 of New York. PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW YORK. ' Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte left the Vanderbllt yesterday for Newport. Miss Leila Wonham of Montreal is visiting Miss Frances Ogden Jones at her country house in New London. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Whltridge will arrive from Europe this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hannen Morris and Miss Louise Morris will return from Bar Harbor next week. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings will pass the aufbmn at their house in Fair field. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee and Misses Mabel and Eleanor Satterlee will arrive from Europe to-morrow. Mrs. Malcolm Douglas Sloane will re turn to-day to Port Washington, L. I., after passing three weeks in the Adlron dacks. Mr. William C. Relck and his daugh ter, Miss Relck. have returned from Col orado Springs to their country place at Rumson, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bache Pratt gave .. luncheon yesterday at Sherry's for their daughters. Misses Beatrice, Hope and Curgie Pratt. Mrs. S. Osgood Pell ? was the guest at dinner there last night ! of Dr. and Mrs. Henry F. Godfrey. Mrs. George B. Salisbury gave a lunch eon yesterday at Pierre's, her guests In cluding Mrs. Norrie Sellar and Mrs. An son W. Burchard. Miss Betty Ilammill gave a luncheon at Plerre'e yesterday and accompanied her guests. Misses Marie Brooke, Betty Condon and Eleanor Stewart, to Miss Mackay's wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Pavenstedt, after spending the summer at Loon Lake In the Adlrondacks, are staying at the St. Regis. Mrs. Gladys Kemp gave a lunch con thdre yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wilson gave ; a dinner last night on the Ritz-Carlton i roof. Their guests Included Sir Gilbert I Arthur, Mr. Eugene Van Rensselaer ! Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. James Vail Con j verse. Miss Gloria Morgan and Miss Jessie Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Osborn, son in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Church Osborn, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daugh ter Wednesday at 38 East Thirty-sixth street. Mrs. Charles Frederick Hoffman and her daughter. Miss Marlon K. Hoffman, have returned from Newport and will occupy the house at 25 East Seventy third street which has been purchased for Mrs. Hoffman. Late In January they will go to England and occupy Bllekling Hall In Norfolk, where there will be much gayety during the late winter. The Prince of Wales will hunt in that coun try and there will be many house par ties at the surrounding estates. WASHINGTON. Mr. and Mrs* Robert Lansing, who have been at Henderson Harbor, N. Y, will return next week by automobile. Mrs. T. Dewltt Talmage anu her son in-law and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Pitt Scott, are at the Wlllard. Senator and Mrs. Nathaniel B. Dial have returned to Washington from Laurens. S. C. Miss Emily Dial will be among the debutantes. Major C. E D. Bridge, Assistant Mil itary Attache of the British Embassy, has returned to Washington from At lantic City. Mr. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, president of Leland Stanford University, and Mrs. Wheeler are at the Wlllard. Thb Minister of Sweden and Mme. Wallenberg, who have been in Stock holm, will reach this country on October 15. The Charge d'Affaires of Sweden, Mr. J. De Lagerberg, and members of the legation staff will return to Wash ington October 9 from Bar Harbor. Dr. D. H. Andreae. Commercial Attache of the Netherlands Legation, will soon take up his duties as Consul General in New York. He was enter tained at luncheon at the Shoreha'm on Wednesday by the Charge d'Affaires of the Netherlands, Dr. J. B. Hubrecht. The Commercial Counselor of the British Embassy and Mrs. John Joyce Brodcrlck have as their guest the lat ter's sister. Miss Kathleen Kelly of Dub lin, who will return to her studies at Bryn Mawr. Mr. and Mrs. Broderlck have leased No. 1601 Sixteenth street. At Washington Hotels. New York arrivals at Washington hotels include: The Wlllard?Francis C. Shenehan, F. C. Hitchcock, Homer C. Johnston, Em manuel Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Cable, D. McKenzlc, James O'Shaugti nessy,' Archibald R. Roosevelt, Richard R Waldo. Louis Bell. Mrs. C. C. Burger, F. G. Sutton, R. H. Armstrong and Jesse Newman. The Shoreham?Earl Bailie, M. T. Moore. L. C. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Judson, N. B. Harrison and E. S. Stair. NOTES OF SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Mordecal of the Wellamore, Seventy-seventh street and Broadway, have just returned from Allcnhurst, N. J., and reopened their apartment. Mr. and Mrs. George D. All of 950 Madison avenue are sailing on the Beren garla to-day. Mrs. Charles Henderson Bradley, who sails for France October 3. will give a farewell musleale to-morrow evening at her home, 167 West Seventh-second street. Among recent arrivals at the St. Regis are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradley, from Convont, N. J.; Mrs. James Francis -Sullivan and her daughter. Miss Elaine Sullivan, from Radnor, Pa., and Mrs. John F. Talmage, from Bernardsvllle, N. J. HUNGARY TO AID ZITA. Conn! Belhlen Given Satisfactory Reply lo Appeal. R1-DAPE8T, Sept 21. ? Count Stefan Bethlen has given a satisfactory reply to a letter from the former Empress Zlta requesting the Hungarian Government to aid in regulaflng the financial situation of the family of the late Emperor Charles, it was learned to-day. The letter expressed the embarrass ment caused the former Empress In con t.nulng to receive hospitality of King Alfonso of Spain. The letter was brought to Budapest by Count Romanones, former Spanish Premier. JUSTICE MAHLON PITNEY ILL. nesting nt Private Snoltnrlnin Near Mnrrlstnsvn Ilnme. Justice Mahloti Pitney of the United States Supreme Court Is a patient at the private sanltarlus of Dr. Clifford Mills In Morrlstown, N. J., It was learned yesterday. Justice Pitney has not been in good health ropently. but his condition Is not serious. ' He was appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court In 1913. Hie home la In Morvlatown. Family Bitterly Against Marriage of the ex-Kaiser Crown Prince Strongly Op poses Father's Wedding; Financial Reasons Hinted. Doorn, Sept. 21 (Associated Press).? The manage of former Ktdser Wilhelm will not be celebrated with the freely given consent of the entire Hohenzol lern family, as reported from Berlin, but despite their bitter opposition, and, above all, against the strongly expressed wish of the Crown Prince, according to in formation obtained from a source very close to the former Kaiser,. Tlie relations* between the Crown Prince and his father have lately be come very strained, it is stated. The Crown Prince, more than a fortnight ago. instead of staying at .his father's residence here, Installed himself at the Amerongen castle with Count Bentinck's family. The strong opposit'on on the part of the Crown Prince and other members of the imperial family may bo due, it is said, to financial reasons rather than sentiments of pride or caste. Those i?: a position to know say that the former Emperor's sons, and especially the Crown Prince, reduced to leading a very simple life by their father's flnancia' dictates', may be afraid that the mar riage will make their situation worse. They also fear further complications and contests in the event of the death of the Kaiser when his personal fortune, esti mated at J20.000.000, must be divided. MISS PARKER BRIDE OF J. V. LAMARCHE, JR. Reception Follows Church Ceremony at Red Bank. Special Dispatch to The New York Hbkai.d. Red Bank, N. J., Sept. 21.?Miss Vir ginia Allen Parker, daughter of Mr. John J. Parker, was married to-day in St. James's Church ta John Victor La marche, Jr., a descendant of Thomas Nelson, Jr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence and first Governor of Virginia. A nuptial mass was sol emnized by the Rev. John J. Farrell, as ! sisted by the Rev. D. J. Duggan. Miss ! Ruth N. Lamarche, sister of the bride groom. was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Emily F. La marche and Miss Katharine A. La marche, sisters of the bridegroom, and Misses Katherlne and Roberta Parker, sisters of the bride. Vincent H. La marche, Jr., cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were Francis B. McAnerney, Earle Battln, John Mc Clellan and Paul P. I^irker. The bride's dress, of white satin, was worn by her great-great-grandaunt in 1861 and was trimmed with rose point lace, with puffed sleeves, tight bodice and full skirt. A reception and wedding breakfast followed at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. Rnd Mrs. George Hance Patterson. Upon their return from a trip South the couple will live in Red Bank. NORTON LOUHON. Special Dispatch to The New York Hbhai.d. Montreal, Sept. 21.?Candle light only formed a unique sotting for the wedding of Miss Margaret Louise Manning Louson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Louson, of Westmount, to Mr. Bela Winslow Norton of the staff of The New York Herald, which took place this evening at the Church of the Messiah, the Rev. Sydney B. Snow of ficiating. The church was decorated with quantities of marguerites and ferns. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white satin with a train, lined with pink chiffon. " Pearl and crystal fringe, finished the short sleeves. Her tulle veil was in Russian style and was held in place with a bandeau of lace and pearls. She carried ophelia roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Eleanor Louson. her sister, at tended the bride as maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Helen Giliett and Miss Catherine Morgan. Mr. Randolph Louson, brother of the bride, was best man. The ushers were Messrs. Eflward Wells and Jerome Johnson. ARMSTRONG FORBES. The marriage of Miss Hhodft Elizabeth Forbes, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hall Forbes, to Mr. William Campbell Armstrong, look place yesterday after noon'at the home of the bride's parents. 995 Madison avenue. The .Rev. Father Pauge, performed the ceremony, at which only members of the Immediate families were present. Miss Ottavla Renjamin was mnld of honor and Mr. Ames Brooks, best man. The bride, who attended the Brearley School, and is a member of the Junior League, Is of the third generation to wear the Brussels lace wedding gown which was her grandmother's. She carried lilies of the valley and orchids. Mr. Armstrong is the sop of Mr. J. Sinclair Armstrong, is a graduate of Princeton, served on the Texas border, and in France, and is practicing law. A reception followed at Sherry's. When Mr. and Mr*. Armstrong return from their wedding trip abroad, they will be at home at 28 East Ninety-fifth street. MB BEN CRANE. Miss Leonore Crane of rasSble. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Crane of Hollywood. Cal.. and Mr. J. Harold T.lbbey of West Newton. Mass., were married yesterday at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard Havl land; 249 West 104th street, by the Rev. Willard''DRyton Brown. The bride was attended by Mrs. J. Bernard Havlland, and Mr. Libbey's brother. Commander Miles A. Llbbey. U. 8. N., was best man. A breakfast was served at the Hotel Marseilles. Mr. Llbbey Is a graduate of Harvard, class of 1898, and Is vice-president of the engineering firm of H. M. Haven and A. T. Hopkins of Boston. MISS MACKENTY ENGAGED. I")r. and Mrs. John Edmund Mac enty of 4 2 West Fifty-fourth street, inounce the engagement of their lughter. Miss Katherlne Gllman Mac enty. to Mr. Wlllielmus Bogart Bryan, '., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllhelmus igart Bryan of Washington. D. C. Miss MacKenty graduated at the rearley School in 1921 and is a phomore at Smith College. Mr. Bryan a graduate of Princeton, class of 20, and Is now a student at Princeton icologlcal Seminary. MISS SC'niMPF ENGAGED. At a card party at their home last evening Mr. and Mrs. Krnhcls P. Schlmpf of 251 Fort Wnshlggton avenue an nounced the cngagcm? nt of their daugh ter, Miss Marlon Dyer Schlmpf, to Mr. lMward C. Eyerty of Danville. Pa. Miss Hchjmpf Is a Hunter College graduate. Mr. lvyerly, a graduate of Eastern Uni versity. Is a silk msnufacturer and for merly wkh the National City Company here. He served as a Lieutenant ovcr IIU, MISS KATHERINE MACK AY AND MR. O'BRIEN HAVE A BRILLIANT WEDDING AT ROSLYN Daughter of Mr. Clarence H.| Mackay a Bride?Pope Blesses Couple. Miss Katherine Mackay, older daugh ter of Mr. Clarence H. Mackay, was married yesterday afternoon in St. Mary'B Church. Roslyn, L. I., to Mr. Kenneth R. O'Brien, youngest son of former Justice Morgan J. O'Brien arid Mrs. O'Brien of New York and South ampton, L. I. Relatives and most inti mate friends filled the little church for the ceremony at * o'clock. Two thousand additional guests at tended the reception from 6 until 7 o'clock. That brilliant part of the wed ding festivities took place under the ! golden glow of autumnal sunBhine'ln the formal gardens at Harbor Hill, the beautiful country homo of Mr. Mackay near Roslyn. Chief among the guests at ceremony and reception was Mrs. John \V. M ckay, the grandmother of the bride. Mr. O'Brien and his bride have gone to Gardiner's Island for part of their Wedding trip. Their future home will be the Horace R. B. Allen estate at Hempstead, L. I., not far from Harbor Hill and near the Meadow Brook Club. Opposite the property is the former 1 Hempstead home of Mr. and Mrs. Au gust Beimont. The day before the wedding .. . Mac kay was informed that I'ope Pius XI. had bestowed the Papal benediction upon the bridal couple and the members of their families. The message sent to Archbishop Hayes by Cardinal Gas parri. the Papal Secretary of State, fol lows: "The Holy Father with every best wish for their future happiness and wel fare in Christ sends out of the fullness of his heart to-day to both bridegroom and bride. Mr. Kenneth O'Brien and Miss Katherine Mackay, the Apostolic Benediction as a pledge of those most abundant graces which Heaven he trusts has in store for th^m, and his Holiness moreover takes this occasion to bless likewise ae immediate fami lies of the wedded pair." Neighbors Greet the Bride. The popularity of the bride among her neighbors in Roslyn was evidenced when she arrived at the little red brick church with her father. For more than an hour men, women and children, the latter pre dominating. had stood about the lawn, patiently holding their vantage places. When the bride and her father arrived the crowd greeted her with cheers and handclapplng and then rushed forward, the children first, waving hats and hand kerchiefs. The bride responded by wav ing back. A second demonstration, even more vociferous than the first, awaited her when she and the bridegroom came from the church. , The decorations for the ceremony ex tended even to the outer bounds of the ! church grounds, with tall bay trees in boxes stationed at either side of the en trance path. The porch was changed into a bower of green vines and white asters. The front of every pew along the main aisle had Its cluster of white Killarney roses, forming a white vista leading to a chaneel hanked with Australian tree ferns and more Killarney roses. Other banks of blue delphinium formed a con trast of color. Early arrivals among the guests were treated to a concert by Father Finn's Choristers from the Church of St. Paul the Apostle In New York, with Mlseha Elman, the violinist, as Instrumental soloist and with Father Finn himself at the organ. Mr. Elman played Schu bert's Ave Maria to Father Finn's organ accompaniment. The choristers, whom some in the congregation have heard previously in concert, never sang better. For the bridal processional the choir sang the Lohengrin Weddln March. Th; recessional was the Menrelssohn Wed ding March by the organ. Some of the choir's numbers the boys sang for nearly an hour weret Kmitte I Splritum Tuum by Schuetky,' Bach's Fugue, which was sung with Inspiring effect. Father Finn's Haec Dies. Ave Verum by Elgar, Aima Redemptores by Palestrina. Panis Angellcus by Blanl .and the Cherubic Hymn by Gretchanl r.off. Wears Empress En genie Lace. The bride's maid of honor was her sister, Miss Ellin Mackay. The first bridesmaid was Mrs. Edwin Main Post, Jr. The other bridesmaids were Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, daughter of Senator and Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, Jr.. and cousin of the bride; Mrs. Pierre Butler, sister of the bridegroom: Miss Muriel Vanderbilt. Mrs. Goodhue Living ston, Jr.. Mrs. John McFadden and Mrs. Morehead Patterson. Mr. O'Brien's beet man was his brother. Mr. Esmond P. O'Brien. Th-1 ushers were Messrs. Justin O'Brien, an other brother; E. Roland N. Harrlman, William Ryle, Henry E. Coe, ,Ir : Will lam Carr, Samuel Sloan Walker, Jr.; Jesse Hoyt, Atwood Violett, Jr., and Knight Wool ley. The bridal party was completed by two pages in white satin suits. They were the small sons of Dr. and Mre. Henry James, brother in-law and sister of the bride. The bride's dress was of pearl em broidered chiffon cream colored to match her grandmother's point d'Alen con lace train. There was n frl.1 of the same lace that edged the tulle veil, which was worn straight across the forehead. From beneath the lace of the train hung two panels of white brocade shot with gold thread. The lace at one time belonged to the Em press Eugenie, and was acquired hy the lnte J,ohn W. Mackay as a gift for his wife. Miss Ellin Mackay worn orchid col ored chiffon with a blue hat and car ried a shower bouquet of blue and lav ender orchids. The bridesmaids' dresses were of Alice blue chiffon trimmed with gray fur. Muffs of the same shade and edged with fur were carried In place of the traditional bouquets. The only ornament that, the bride wore was a present from the bride groom. It was a pearl chain and tassel with n dlnmond cluster. The ceremony was performed by Father Cornell ? Clifford of Whlp pany, N. J., and lecturer on philosophy ; at Columbia University, assisted by Father Martcl. pastor of the church. Reception In Beantlfnl Setting. At Harbor Hill the main hall was decorated with vase* of Scott Key roses In large masses, while the various salons throughout were filled with roses of colors to correspond with the decorations of the rooms. The guests passed from the hall through the large conservatory, which i was banked with growing flowering ' plants and vines to the rotunda, where ? specimen oleanders In full flower were ! placed. Tills overlooks the terrace, ' formal gardens and ttie trelllage, where the bridal party received. This trelllage j was covered with pink, white and yel- ! low ramlilcr roses. The base was of : blue flowering plants and pink phlox. A buffet lunch was served on the main terrace overlooking Hempstead Harbor and In the large dining room. Many of the tables were set under I pagodas of light blue and were deco- J rated with centerpieces of golden alia- | roandas. Markel's Orchestra played at the reception. Mr. Market served with I 'Photo A. A. Brown. Mr. O'Brien and his bride leaving the church. the Seventy-seventh Division to which the bridegroom was attached during the war. In addition to the fdmllies and the directors and executive officials of the j Commercial Cable Company, the Pos tal Te.egraph and -ackay Companies, those invited to the wedding Included Archbishop Hayes, . jvernor and Mrs. Miller, United States Senator and Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, Jr., the Assis tant Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Theodore Koosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss. Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Murray Butler. Prof. Michael I. Pupin, Judge and Mrs. Henry Gilder sleeve, Mr. George L. Ingraham. Mr. and Mrs. John .V. Davis, Mr. Alton B. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Polk, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Milburn, Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Paton, Mr. and" Mrs. Elbert H. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Fredric R. Coudert, Mrs. William K. Vander bllt 2d, her daughter. Miss Consuela Vanderbllt, Mr. Myron T. Herrick, Am bassador to France; Mrs. 13. Henry Harrlman and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Widener. Mrs. John W. Mackay was escorted to the church by Mr. Morgan J. O'Brien. The guests for the service included Mr. Vincent Astor, Mr. Charles Hayden, Mrs. Robert Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dow Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Alexan der, Mr. L. F. Holbrook Belts, Mr. Al fonso de Nevarro, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Duke, Mr. Frank A. Munsey, Mrs. Joseph A. Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Lydlg Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen, and Mrs. James A. Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Clarke, Miss Florence Kip Clarke. Dr. anil Mrs. Alexis Carrel, Mr. and Mrs. Caslmlr de Rham, Mr. and Mrs. George Faber Downey, Jr., Mrs. Freder ick M. Davies, Mrs. Beverly Duer, Miss Sophie Duer, Mr. Beverly Duer, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Ellsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field. Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gerry, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gerard. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gallatin, Mr. and Mrs. William Plerson Hamilton. Mrs. Fred erick C. Havemeyer, Mr. and Mrs. FYan cis Burrall Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jennings. Miss Constance Jennings, Mr. Frederic A. .Tuilllard, Mr. and Mrs. W. de Lancey Kountze, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln W. Krech, Mr. and Mrs. Goodhue Livingston. Mr. Goodhue Livingston. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Goadby Loew, the Misses Florence and Evelyn I/Oew, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lovett, Mr. and Mrs. John Magee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. Patterson, Mr. Morehead Tatterson, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Prentice, Mr Fldwin Main Post, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ryan, Mrs. Ed mund Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Reick, Mr. and Mrs. Elilui Root, Mrs. William F. Sheehan and Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Steele. Others at the Church. Other guests at the church were Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Nelson Slater, Mrs. Edward Van Ingen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Wlnthrop Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Warren. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. L. | Stuart Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whit ney, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whit ney. Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward, | Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, Dr. and Mrs. j Henry James, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Dun run Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Lyttleton F"ox, Mr. Gerald Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. George Dempsey, Mrs. Esmond P. O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. _Ellery James. Miss Janice Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. j Charles B. MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Francis Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Mcllwaine, Mr. and Mrs. James A. O'Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Har vey Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Atwood Vlolett, l>nr?t? at the Rrceptlon. Among the many guests for the re ception were Mr. Gaston Liebcrt,' Consul, General of France, and Miss Madeline Liebert. Mr. Frank B. Wiborg, Miss Mary Hoyt Wiborg, Mrs. Rawson Lyman Wood. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hastings, Mr. Whitney Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Willets, Dr. and Mrs. Walter B. James, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen II. P. Pell, Mr. and Mrs. Gor don Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson O'Shaughnessy, Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Kalin, Mr. and Mrs. Woodward Babcoek, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McN. Bacon. Mr. George F. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge F. Baker. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Courtlandt D. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Wyllys Rossiter Bet Is. Also Mr. and Mrs. Oliver William Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Bird, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Black, Mr. and Mrs. C. I^edyard Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps Bliss. Mr. and Mrs. Fran cis C. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. James Law rence Breese, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pot ter Breese, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Brokaw. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brokaw, Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsend Burden, Miss Evelyn Byrd Burden. Mr. and Mrs. James Byrne. Mrs. Oliver H. P. Bel mont. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Baruch, Mrs. R. de Golcouria Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. L?e Grand B. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Amory S. Carhart, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fairfax Cary, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. I Chadbourne, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bourke i Cockran, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Jones I Colford, Jr., and Miss Cathleen Vander bilt. Also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coppell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sergeant Cram, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace Cotm, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Cravath, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour L. Cromwell, Mr. Francis W. Crownln shield, Mr. Conde Nast, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Dllworth, Mrs. Henry P. Davison, Mr. and Mrs. F. Trubee Davi son, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Derby, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dllworth, Mr. and Mrs. Dewees W. Dilworth, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Felix D. Doubleday, Mr. and Mrs. David Dows, Mr. and Mrs. \V. Butler Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dyer, Mrs. J. Magee Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Temple Em met, Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. S. Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fletcher Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Borland. Mr. Otto T. Bannard, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Britt, Mr. and Mrs. De Roy Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P.- Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohalan. Mr. and Mrs. Balnbrldge Colby, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler, Mr. and Mrs. Finley Peter Dunne, Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Dltman, Mr. and Mrs. Fal de Saint Phalle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Felt ner. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Guggenheim. Justice and Mrs. Jaycox. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mulqueen, Col. and Mrs. Henry C. May, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanhope Nixon, Mr. Louis Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. O'Donohue, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seltgman and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Ol cott 2d. ATLANTIC CITY CONVENTION. I GEDDES VISITS NEW LONDON. Many New Yorkers at Meeting of British Ambimador at Mohlran en ' * "? K,"ll*l'tw Association. tinntc to Capital. SpecialDUpatrh to Turn Nsw 1 oik Hbiuto. 1 gperial Pi-pitch to Tit* N*w Toik Hn at ri. ' Atlantic Citt, Kept. 21.?The annual ' 1 New London, Conn.. Sept. 21.?Sir Aucklanrl Geddes, English Ambassador, convention of the United States Flahetiea Association will open to-morrow at th> i s1or,p(,,| |ast night at the Mohican Hotel Breakers Hotel. About 200 delegates, I ? many from New York, arrived to-night. The New Jersey State Firemen's Asso ciation with several hundred delegates will open Its convention to-morrow at the Dennis Hotel. New Yorkers at the hotels include: Marlborough Blenhetn?Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Peutland, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Kuhn, Miss Edith Kuhn, Miss Leila Balr and Miss M. W. Morton. Traymore?Mr. and Mrs. James J. McLarney, Mr. Eugene Jenkins. Mr. A. E. Cushman and Mr. L. M. Brownell. Dennis?Mrs. F. II. Lester, Miss Dor othy lister, and from Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Qulnn en route from Bar Harbor to Washing ton, D. C. lie proceeded at & o'clock this morning. Orville Harrold, tenor, and Leon Rothier. basso, of the Metropolitan aro spending a week with Mr. Clydo L. [ Burrows In Mystic. Mrs. F. Hidden Watson and the Misses Hidden, after spending the sum mer at Boxwood, returned to New York yesterday. Arrivals at the Mohlran Hotel IneJude E. M. Mack. T. W. Ester, H. W. Kris-1 ftiala, August Frlcks. ft. Oakley Wood, Strand?Mr. Edward Johnson. Mr. F Mr*- Dr,n?1'1 p- w- Schwab. W. T Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. H. Rim kford, H. W. SmAll. Mr. and Mrs Fries L. S. Tailer, F. D. Woodruff, Mr. and Breakers Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller Mrs. W. A. Hurnham, Mr. and Mrs. \V. , Mrs. A. J. Wllner and Mr. and Mrs. J. , Mason. Mr. and Mrs. F. 8 Hatch, C. 1 L. Eben. , p,)rt Clark, TIioitihs M. Fanning, J. B. Ultx-< arlton Mrs. Coleman Curtis, O'Reilly, E. H. Ireland. H. O. Burrhus, Mrs. Malda Kay. Miss Clarice Alvln Mrs. C. O. Herbert. Mr. and Mrs. Benja min Block. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Peters. Ambassador?Mrs. Edward P. Ellis, Mr. Morgan F. Larson. Mr. and Mrs William Cook and Mr. Raymond A. Cullen. John 8. Farrtngton, H. A. Morris and H. E. Miller, all of New York. Also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogt, East Orange; Mr. and Mrs. I). 8. Willard, Fishers Island. N. Y. ; Fred 8. May. Staten Island, and J. M. Freaton, High- I land. N. T. ENOS A. MILLS DEAD; NATURALIST AND GUIDE Known as 'Father of Rocky Mountain National Park.' Special Dispatch to Thh New Voik Heiaid I Dbkvkr, Sept. 21.?Enow A. Mills, .r>2. | naturalist, lecturer, writer, explorer and j guide of the Colorado Rockies, died this j morning. Yesterday Mr. Mills was chatting with guests at Longs Peak Inn, the tourist resort at Estes Park, which he had conducted for years. At 2:30 o'clock this morning he called his wife from her bed and told her that ho was ill. Dr. D. P. Abbott of Chi cago. a guest at the inn, was called. 'Mr. Mills died at 3 o'clock. Death was due to a complication of #auses. Last January Mr. Mills was 1n an accident in the New York subway when two tube trains collided. Enos Mills was known as "the father of Rocky Mountain National Park." He was born on his father's farm near Kansas City April 22, 1870, the son of Enos and Ann Mills. In August, 1918, he was married to Miss Esther A. Bur ned of Des Moines, Iowa, at Estes Park. He leaves Mrs. Mills and a daughter, Edna. 3 years old. Among his books are "The Story of Estes Park." "Wild Life in the Rockies," "The Spell of the Rockies." "In Beaver World," "Watched by Wild Animals," "The Story of a Thousand Year Pino" and "The Grizzly, Our Greatest Wild Animal." J. W. RAPP LEAVES HIS BIG HOLDINGS TO WIDOW Manufacturer Used but Few Words in Last Testament. The short will of John W. Rapp, who was one of the wealthiest manufac turers in Queens, has been filed for probute with Surrogate Daniel Noble. His large holdings aro bequeathed to his widow, Corina Rapp. Mr. Rapp. whose home was at 411 First avenue. College Point, died in Philadelphia on August 18. The will, dated June 3, 1922, written by the testator, is: "I hereby revoke any and all wills made by me and substitute therefor these instructions that the final listributlon of my property real or otherwise, i. e., that the entire prop erty Is to go to my dear wife, Corina Rapp, for Vier maintenance end support. 1 hereby appoint George S. Carr. Kath arine E. Rapp and Margaret H. Plunkett is administrators of my estate. "John W. Rapp." MYRON GILLETTE DEAD. Serviced Held Here for the Former] Major of Tampn. Funeral services were held last night at the Campbell Funeral Church. Broad way and Sixty-sixth street, for Myron Gillette, former Mayor of Tampa, Fla., and organizer and former president of the Florida Citrus Exchange. Mr. Gil lette. who was visiting this city, died Wednesday at the Hotel Seymour, West Forty-fifth street. He was born sixty-four years ago In Wisconsin, attended school in Ohio and went to Florida as a young man. He was known In Democratic political circles of the South. Mr. Gillette leaves a widow, Clara, and a son. B. Collins Gillette. Burial is to be at Akron, Ohio, DR. SAMUEL SILBERSTEIN. Dr. Samuel Sllbersteln, aged 42, for twenty years a physician In Paterson and New York, died of paralysis yes terday in his home, 280 Madison street. Passaic. He was horn in Rumania and was graduated from Johns Hopkins University. He served on the staffs of Gouverneur and Mt. Sinai Hospitals In this city and was one of the founders and first president of Barnert Memo rial Hospital, Paterson. His wife and one son survive him. ART-IN-T3LADES CLUB SHOW. First Annual Exhibition Open* To-morrow. Announcement Is made of the first an nual exhibition of the Art-in-Trades Club of New York to open to-morrow at the Waldorf-Astoria and continue to Octo ber 22. The hours are dally from 10 to fi and from 8 to 10:30 P. M. and Sun days from 1 to fi "P. M. Admission will be r.0 cents. Mondays free. There will be a varied and Interesting showing of room Interiors In many dif ferent manners, each set up and fash ioned to display the highest and best type of Interior decoration, as well as | numerous groupings featuring problems of assembly. Lectures on decoration will i be given throughout the exhibition. The Art-ln-Trade? Club was founded ] about fifteen years ago by graduates of I a course In Interior decoration, which ] was given first at the West Side Young Men's Christian Association. It includes In Its membership leading members of such business houses as that of W. A J. gloane. The new fine arts department of New York T'nlverwity In cooperation with the Art-ln-Trades Club and the Metropolitan Museum of Art Is giving a course In 1n ! ferlor decorating and furnishing. The j Art-ln-Trades Club members are giving their time and loaning any material necessary. The enterprise Is not com I tnorclal, but It Is an effort to stimulate art education In a practical way. I The university has arranged with the National Academy of Design to give the courses In painting, sculpture. Ac., and has asked W. A J. Sioatie to cooperate j In the practical details of the training! of decorators and salesmen In the art! trades. Prof. Flske Kimball, who will ' have charge of the course. Is a Harvard graduate. Is a well known architect and | authority on Colonial homes and fur-1 nlshings, and has lectured frequently at the Metropolitan. LOST AND FOUND. I.ACE?Lost five yards rf larc, wrapped In j tissue paper In neighborhood of or In Am ha?s*dor Hotel; very valuable for personal and family reasons. Reward of |3on.no, no lunations asked. Telephone. Rye. 734, or manager of the Ambassador Hotel. LOST?Tllllfold containing sum of money, 8th | av. bus or near 42d st.. BUi tv. Write Mrs. | r, M. DOW. r.a Oorsllne at., Roeheeter. N. V. Tel-phone Vanderbllt 3321. Liberal reward. Jewelry. LOST?Bctw ren 42d St. and Reonriway and 84 th icnd Broadway and Weat End av., large diamond brooch, platinum -ettlng; lib eral reward. Telephone 3d7h Schuyler. LOST?On Wednesday. Sept. l:t, b.-toe..., *4th and l>oth sta. on 3th av., a gold chain brace let with small pearls, 8 'harm- attached, gold |o. ket. rrytal In center. 120 reward will be paid for return to room "4. W Wall a*. LOST~I' 1 amo'id dinner ring at Teltetbaum (eorner Broadway) and 93d at. Liberal rrward If returned t*> 498 Weat End av., apt 9B. litone Schuyler 2497. LOST? Brooch, large amethyat, valued piin clpally as heirloom; reward aad no ques tions asked. Phone Audubon apt. 28. LOST?Saturday, diamond bn r pin, 2'-i Inches: reward. Thotu Murray Hill ODlfi. ROOERfk Wearing Apparel. LOST?Baum-marten fur neckpiece with brown ribbons attached, near filet st. Mad ison av., Thursday afternoon. Please re turn to Apartment Jfl, flSO Madison av ; re w s -d. _______ _______ LOST Neckpiece, two Russian sable skins. out of automobile on iirand Concourse, he tween inoth st. end Fordhant road; liber hi reward. Pal ham 4817. ___ 'ST H-pi 19. hnunr marten fur neckpiece between Perm, station and .fainah n , re nr.vr.ttv, I.-.-, i: >;n> LOST?Sable scarf, one skin, Tuesday night at Oeorge Cohan Theater; reward. BUR. LIN SON. 130 William st. Beekmnn 17r,0 Dogs, Cats, Ac. LOST?All white male Eskimo dog; seen In stranger's automobile, enter flalam Fields Cemetery. Brooklyn, Wednesdav afternoon, j large reward. MA1NZER. 120 W. TOth. HOLIDAY GREETING. ADI.ER?Mr. S and J. Adler and family of 797 East ItiOth st. with their relative I and friends a happy New Year. SCOTT.?Mr. and Mr*. Ma* Scott. Htu.vve??nt I'lnza. Cheater Hill Park, Mount Vernon, extend their greetings to their relative., and friend* and w leh them a happy New Year. MARRIAGES. GRUNKR?DENKS.?By Rev. De Witt D. Pelton, Ph. IJ., on September 20, 1922, Ruth Anna Denks to Frederick J. Gruner at St. Janaa'a church, Fordham, New York city. L1BBEY?CRANK.?New York, Sept 21. Reno re Crane of Passaic, N J., to J. Harold Ribboy of Boston, Ma J. DIED. Ball, Eva Mao Rowd, Viola P. Bundy, Morton S. Many. Philip H. Clark, Jennie W. Moore, Charles E. Corse, A. P. Relghley, F. G. Frankenthal, M. R. Rogers. Mary L. Hernandez. Joseph Sllherstcin, Samuel Hlckey, Mary A. Simpson. Samuel J. Hughes, James W. Smith, Hugo Kelsey, Mary F. Thompson, William P. Kllem. Sarah TtlllngTiust, H. W. Jessup, Ann C., Wilkinson, Fred. H. Lederer, Anna Wilson, Elizabeth B. Re/flor, Kate Zlegelmeicr, Adele In Memoriam. Cohen. Rachel Manners. Thomas R. Denhard, Charles E. Sterne, Simon BART,.?At Mount Vernon. N. Y., on Sep tember 10. 1922, Eva Mae. beloved wife of David IT. Ball, aged ."0 years. Funeral services at her late residence, 327 East Sidney av., on Friday, September 12, at 10 o'clock. Interment at convenience of family. BUNDY.?On September 21 Morton Sprague in his 4Hth year. Remains reposing at the chapel of tiie Stephen Merrltt Burial and Cremation Company, 1 HI 8th av.. comer 18th st. CRARK ?Suddenly, on Tuesday, September 19. 1922, Jennie Woodruff C'srk. Funeral service will be held at St. Mathew's Church, 21 West 84th st.. on Friday. September 22. at 2 P. M. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery. CORSE?Augustus P. Corse, September 20, age 77, son of Albert C. and Sarah A. Corse. Cremation private. FRANKENTHAL.?Marie Rlnda, aged .7 year* and 3 montha, darling daughter of Milton H. ami Myrtle D. Frankenthal. Funeral strictly private. HERNANDEZ?Joseph. (AMPBELR FU N ERASE CHURCH. Broadway, Hfith St. Notion later. HICKEY.?At Bethlehem, N. H.. on Septem ber 21, Mary A., beloved wife of George W. Hlckey of 209 Jefferson av., Brooklyn. Notice of funeral hereafter. Watertown, N. Y., papers please copy. HUGHES.? Suddenly, at his home in New Dorp. Htaten Island, Wednesday morning, Septembtr 20, James Watson Hughes, be loved husband of Isabel Johnson Hughes, runeral private. Toronto papers * please copy. JESSUP.?At Rowayton. Conn., on Thursday, September 21. 1922, Ann C.. wife of the late Stephen W. Jessup. Funeral services will be held at the Sound Beach Congrega tional Church on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Train leaves Grand Central station 1:45 P. M. KERSEY.?On Wednesdar. September 20, 1922. Mary Fuller, wife of Joseph A Kejsey. Funeral services will be held at her late home, 17? South Mountain av.. Montclalr, N. J., Friday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock. KEIEM.?At Lansdowne, Pa., September 21, Mrs. Sarah, widow of Edward Kliem. Fu neral services Friday evening, at her late residence, Ransdowne, Pa. Interment private. Cypress Hills Cemetery'. Saturday. RKDKRER.?On September 21. 1922, Anna, beloved sister of Rudolph. Arthur. Cnrrle and Max Eederer. Funeral private. Please omit flowers. REFFRER.?Kate (nee Eevy), w-ldowr of Samuel Leffler, Thursday. September 21, In Iter S-">th year. Funeral announcement later. ROWD.?At Mlllbrook, N. Y., on September 21. 1922, Viola Preston Lowd. Funeral services at home of George Knapp. Satur day. September 23, at 2 P. M. daylight saving time. MANY.?At W??tfle!d. N. J., on September 20, 1922, Philip Hone Many, beloved hus band of Minnie Amelia Weed Many, In hi* 78th year. Funeral services Friday, September 22, at 4 30 P. M? St. Paul a Church, Westfleld, N. J. MANY.?Veterans of the Seventh Regiment.? N. G. N. Y.: With sincere regret an nouncement is mad# of the death on Sep tember 20 of Philip Hone Many (Second Company). Willard C. Fisk, President. MOORE.?Dr. Charles E., at Presbyterian Hospital, on September 21. Services at Columbia Grammar School, 5 West 93d st , on Saturday, September 23. REIGHLEY.?Frederick G.. son of the late Rev. Charles Relghley, D. D., on Sep tember 20, at Sugar Hill. N. H. Funeral service* on Saturday. September 23, at 1 P. M . at St. Mathew's Church, 24 West 84th ?t. ROGERS.?On September 19. 1922, at her residence. Hotel Chelsea. Mary E., widow of Dr. Wilard H. Rogers FNmcral sorvb-e* at Washington Square M. E. Cliutch. 137 West 4th st., Friday afternoon 2 o'clock. Philadelphia, Pa., papers please copy. S1RBERSTETN.-Samuel. M. D.. In his 42d year, beloved husband of Mary and deaf father of I .eon. Service nt Meyer's Fu neral Parlors, 218 Eenox av., Friday, Sep tember 22, 10:30 A. M. SIMPSON.?Suddenly, on Tuesday, September 19. 1922. Samuel J. Simpson, beloved hus band of Clara Simpson. Funeral services will be held at August Eickelberg's Par lors, 934 8th av., between fttth-Mth at*., on Friday evening, September 22. at 8 o'clock. Interment at convenience of fam ily. SMITH.?On September 21. 1922. Hugo, hus band of Margery Veltch Smith, Funeral scrvlcoe at his late home. 39 Park av.. New Hoehelle. N. Y.. on Saturday at 3 P. M. Interment private. THOMPSON.?September 20, 1922. William Payne, husband of Edith Blight Thomp son and son of the late Col. William P. Thompson and Mary Evelyn Moff?tt. Fu neral* services at St. Bartholomew's Church. Park av. and 31st st., Friday morning, September 22. at 10:30 o'clock. Interment private. Boston and Phtladel phla papers please copy. T1EEINGHA8T. ? Suddenly, at Baltimore, Md., on Wednesday, September 20, 1922, Henry W. Tllltrighaet. Notice of funeral hereafter. W1EKINSON.?Frederick H . for the last t#r? years connected with the firm of G. W. Sheldon A- Co., exporters and Importers, on Wednevday morning In his 47tli year. Ha wis born In England and came to thla country twenty-six years ago. He la survived by a widow. Mabel, two daugh ers, Mrs. Kmmag ne Stapleton and Gene vieve. Services will be held Friday, 8 P, M , it his late residence. NO Fast 3th St. Interment Saturdsy 2 P. M. Green-Wood Cemetery. W1RSON.?On September 20. Elizabeth Bitrk nor, youngest daughter of -h.- late Will lam Wilson, M. D.. and Elizabeth t'.oelet Bucknor, at her residence, 191 Clareniont av.. New York city. Funeral private. Interment In the family plot, TrlnPjr Cemetery. New York ZIEGEI.MEIER.?Uuddenly, st Watertown, N. v., on September 20, 1922, Adela Zlegeltneler. Funeral service will be held Saturday, September 23, at 2 P. M., at August Klckclberger'a Parlors, 934 9th av., near ftr.th st. Interment at conveni ence of family. IN MEMORIAM, COHEN?A tribute to the loving memory of Rachel Cohen, dearly beloved wife of Henno Cohen and mother of Roster P-. Cohen, who departed this life on Septem ber 22. 1919. DENIIARD?tn loving memory of Dr. Charles 1". Denhard. September 22, 1911. MANNERS. In loving memory of Thomas Russell Manners, who entered eternal life September 22, 1911. STERNE.?In revered memory of Simon Sterne. He had a fine trained mind?was modest, dignified and of high character, rnssed away September 22. 1901. UNDERTAKERS. THE HOME FUNERAL Conducted inexpensively Call Columbus 8200 When Death Occurs FRANK ECAMPBELL "Iho ^funeral Ohtirch'^ (MOM- 9TrT?IH/V ? John W.Lyon PERSON Al, 8RUV11U. ?9 BAST imn St. Harlem 1833. CEMETERIES. AC. THE W00DLAWN CEMETERT Book of Views er Representative, Telephone Woedlawa HOB.