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* Kaiser's Wedding
J Flowers Arriving
by Wagon Loads \
embers of Former Imperial
Household Reach Doom for
Sunday's Event.
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Doohn", Holland. Oct. 30 (Associated
^ess).?At the chateau of former Kmperor
William of Oermany preparations
v are actively proceeding for his wedding
next Sunday to Princess Hermine of
Reuse. Wagonloads of plants and flowers
are arriving daily.
Many persons connected with the
former imperial household. Including
the famous Potsdam chef, are here.
Former household officials will wear
tho customary gala uniform of black,
with silver lacc embroidered with Imperial
eagles and-silver neck chains.
/ Secrecy continues to be observed.
V William each morning giving only the
* orders for that day. so as to prevent any
"leaks." Burgomaster Schimmel-Pen
nlnck alone possesses the secret of the
hour at which the civil ceremony prei
ceding the religious ceremony will bo
performed. The Burgomaster will not
wear his uniform. Ho will read the official
documents In Dutch, hut since Wllltnm
and Hcrmine do not onderstand that
language he will, as a matter of courtesy,
conduct the remainder of the civil
ceremonies In German.
beri.in, Oct. 30.?The Zeilung Am
Mittag states that former Crown Prince
Frederick William plans to uttend the
wedding of his father, former Emperor
William, and Princess TIermlne of Reuse.
< hut will not bo accompanied to Doom
Y by his wife, who strongly disapproves of
the union.
Former Miss Diana Murphy Is
Married in London.
london, Oct. 30 (Associated Press).
?Mrs. Diana Morgan Hill, widow of H.
Morgan Hill of Washington, D. C., was
married to Sir George Rhodes to-day
In St. Mary's Catholic Church.
The bride was given away by Capt.
C. L. Hussey, Naval Attache to the
American Embassy. Sir George and his
l>ride. after a honeymoon in Scotland,
will live in Rondom They hope to visit
the United States.
Gady Rhodes was Miss Diana Murphy.
For the last few years she has
lived abroad although she owns a
house in Washington, now leased to the
Assistant Secretary of War and Mrs. J.
Mayliew Wain Wright, and a ranch in
i'.iko, ?\ev.
Sir George, who Is 60, was created
a haronet in 1019. lie Is a son of the
late Thomas Rhodes of London and
is chairman and general director of
Thomas Rhodes. Ltd. His first wife,
whom he married in 18S3, was Margaret
C. Phillips, daughter of John
Phillips of Liverpool. He has two sons
? and a daughter, the heir to the baronetcy
being Lleut.-Col. ,T. P. Rhodes.
The London home of Sir George is at
Pont street, S. W. Ian MacPhcrson,
Minister of Pensions in the Lloyd
George Cabinet is his son-in-law.
Miss Jackiyn Hero, daughter of Col.
Andrew Hero, IT. S. A., and Mrs. Hero,
4nd granddaughter of the late Brig.Gen*
John M. K. Davis, was married
yesterday to Lieut. Howard Walte
Urlmnier, U. ?. A., Eleventh Infantry,
oT Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. The
i-.. wedding, hastily arranged, as Col. and
?i-u u>^v ctoi-t trt.Hnv fnr the Philln
pines, was attended by a small group
of friendH. who included Col. WIIlonghby
Walkc, U. 8. A., and Mrs.
YValke of Fort Totten; Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Lyn\
den Hero of Orange. X. J.; Miss Polly
\ Morton of Annapolis. Mr. and Mrs.
\ Kelso Davis of Hartford, Conn., and
\ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Xlxon. Mr. and
\ Mrs. Ernest Henry Wands, Col. and
Mrs. Charles Hine and Mr. and Mrs.
\ Prentice Sanger of New York. The
\ I tight Rev. Herbert Shtpman, Suffragan
\ i'.ishop of New York, officiated.
\ Col. Ilero, father of the bride, is a
\ Coast Artillery officer and commanded
\ a brigade in France. In the Philippines
he will be the commanding officer at
V'orregldor. For a year he hud been
\tutioned at Fort Totten.
Vha marriage of Miss Mario Rosentraer.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
.1 Rosentretor of Boonton. N. J., to
Mr.\Thomas (lodfrey Clynes of Millingt"ti.\N.
J., took place yesterday in the
ehartry of St. Thomas's Chnrch. The
larivige ceremony was performed by
' he Rev. Dr. Ernest M. Stlr^s, rector,
ai tint presence of relatives and a few
friend!. The bride was escorted by her
father; Mr. Joseph O. Parr was best
man. \fter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
"'lynes left on a motor trip through
the Shtnandouh Valley and to the Virginia
Hot Springs. They will live in
Miilington. Mr. Clynes Is associated
with L. Rothschild & Co., bankers.
M 'OA \N 1? *; IS' ( A N\
y/itcicf Uinpatch tn Tun New Toik Hkilw.d.
New York llrmld Hnrrau. 1
tVnshlncton. I>. Oct. :<A. i
Mis? Jeannettc Oliver Duncan, niece
of Representative William B. Oliver of
Alabama, was married to-dny to Ensign
Tliomai Lee McCann, U. N. N., in the
Cathedral of faints Peter and i'aul.
Miss Willie Duncan was her sister's only
attendant and the bride was given In
marriage by her uncle, with whom she
has made her home. Ensign McCann,
who is the son of Mrs. W. A. McCann
f Washington, is attached to the U. 8
S. Gardner.
npentail IHspatch to Tub Nkw Yosk Hbhai.^.
lli-'dbo.v, N. T.t Oct. 30. ? Mrs. John
W, Gillette, of Hudson. N. Y., has announced
the engagement of her niece,
Mies Helen Field James, to Mr. Klngman
Douglass, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Wlll,im
A. Douglass, of Chicago. Miss
.lames la a daughter of the late Mr. and
.Mrs. Howard James of St. Paul. She la
,i graduate of the Porter School, at
Karmlngton, Conn., and the Finch
School, New York. Mr. Douglass wac
traduatod from Yale In 1918. and served
with the Ninety-first Aero Squadron.
% Special sales will he held each Tuesday
during November and December of
articles appropriate for Christmas at
Everybody's Thrift Shop. HI East
Fifty-ninth street. The stock ts being
replenished with winter clothing and
"ouschold goods. The proceeds will ho
divided equally among (lie Hr>son Day
Nursery, the Kips Bay Day Nursery,
tho Union Settlement, the Maternity
fenter Association, the Association to
Promote Proper Housing for Girls and
tho Vandcrhllt Clinic Auxiliary. This
shop Is a permanent organization.
The Bachelors, a series of subscription
dances that have been held fori
years In the Delia Robbla room of the
Vanderbllt, will bo resumed this wlnler
and the first of tho weekly scries,
five In number, will begin the night
r.f November 17. The proceeds of tho
dances will bo divided among local
charities. Those of last year amounted
to *24,000.
Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont are at
the Belmont.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Looram of
Glen Cove, L. I? have taken an apartment
at 1141 Park avenue.
Mrs. James G. K. Lawrence and Miss
Eleanor L. R. Lawrence are at the St.
Regis from Hot Springs, Va.
Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke and Mist
Alma Clarke, who recently returned
from Europe, are at the Lorraine.
Mr. and Mm. Preston Davie, In front i '
Tuxedo Park, are at the Ambassador1 ,
Hotel. - | .
Mrs. Henry Clay Frlck and Miss i
Helen Frlck are at 1 East Seventieth 1
Mr. and Mrs. William Ross Proctor
will return to-day from Jericho, L. I., to
32 East Thirty-ninth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Gillespie
have closed their house in New- > i
port and are at 11 East Eighty-ninth !
Mrs. Henry Scott Rokenbaugh, who is :
still at Avalon, her house at Bay Shore, <
gave a luncheon yesterday at the RltzCarlton
for Mrs. Frederick Pope of Augusta.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Whitehouse of
Tuxedo are with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, at 4 West
Fifty-eighth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Appleton Robblns. 1
who have been passing the weekends at
the Piping Rock Club, have opened their
house at 12 East .Seventy-second street.
Messrs. Ten Eyck Wendell, Jr., and
Rowland A. Bobbins, Jr., passed Sunday
In Tuxedo and attended the annual autumnal
ball in the Tuxedo Club as
guests of Mr. Norvin Hewitt Green.
Mrs. Winchester Fitch will give a
luncheon at 21 East Eightieth street,
-November 7, for Miss Dora Hotchkiss,
debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Horace L. Hotchkiss, Jr., of Rye.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Iselln 2d, of
East Wllltaton, L. I., had for luncheon
yesterday at Pierre's Dr. and Mrs. Walter
P. Anderton, Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyne
Hamilton and Mrs. Charles L. Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Scott are
at the St. Regis from Bar Harbor until
they sail for Europe to spend the winter.
^tners mere are Jir. ana m.rs. v>.
Thorn Kissel of Peapack, N. J., and Mrs.
A. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer of Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Douglas Sloans
have taken an apartment at 28 East
Sixty-fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Sumner Welles of Washington have
rented Mr. Sloane's house at 12 East
Sixty-second street.
Mrs. Charles Remsen and Miss Lillian
Remsen have left Inglonook, Remsen burg,
L. I., for their new home at 907
Fifth avenue. Their homo for many
years, at 800 Madison avenue, has been
taken for trade.
Arrangements for the marriage of
Miss Katherine Kent, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Edward Kent, to Mr. C.
Huntington Erhart, have been changed
because of the death of Miss Kent's
grandmother, Mrs. William R. Grace. A
simple ceremony at 4 :30 o'clock, November
6, in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Kent in Jericho, L\ I., will be attended
only by members of the families.
Mrs. Pitts Scott arrived from Norfolk
yesterday and is with her mother, Mrs.
T. De Witt Talmago at the Willard.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leiter entertained
at dinner last night for Capty
and Mrs. Sidney R. Bailey.
Rear Admiral Ulocklinger, U. S. N.
(retired), and Mrs. Blocklinger, who
have been at the Waldorf-Astoria, New
York, arc at the N<nv Willard Hotel. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Albert 13. Kerr of New
York are in Washington where they expect
to spend the winter at the Hotel
Dr. and Mrs. William S. Washburn
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Charlotte Washburn, to
Knslgn Alan R. McCracken, U. S. N.,
son of Mrs. M. 8. McCracken, of Paxton,
The Relgian Charge d'Affaires, M. de |
Relys, has returned to Washington
from New York, where he met the
Belgian Ambassador and Baroness de
Cartier de Marchienne on their return
from Kurope. The latter will remain in
New York for a few days.
The house party which the Chinese
Minister, Dr. Sao-Ke Alfred Sxe, has
been entertaining over Sunday broke up
yesterday, anil the guests. Mr. Walter
Moffat and Mr. Charles Stevens of New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Kugler and Mr. P.
Miller of Philadelphia, returned home.
The men were fellow students of the
Chinese Minister at Cornell, so the party
I was In the nature of a college reunion.
At Washington Hotels.
New York arrivals at Washington
hotels include:
The Shoreham?Messrs. F. 11 Fowl.
Walter S. Orr and Charles Calhoun.
The Washington?Messrs. C. A. Gall,
F. A. Totter, H. M. Sowle and H. E.
j Cartwright, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Geller, Mrs. Murray S. Hater, Mr. F. 8.
! Purdy and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doiuildj
The Wlllard?Messrs. E. R. Hunker,
M. J. Sltnoa, \V. II. Dry and <1. F. Wllj
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gold, Miss H.
I M. Stewart and Mr. Rexford Connor. i
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Stcrry have
closed their house in Greenwich. Conn.,
and with their daughter. Miss Virginia
Sterry. nre at the Plaza Hotel, where
i Mr. Sterry is president of the Plaza
j Hotel Company.
Miss Mary Brown Warburton enter
j tnlried at luncheon yesterday at the
i Uttz-Oarlton. Miss Ethel Barrymorc
wan a member of the party.
Mrs. .Tair.es F. Khaw gave a luncheon
i party for Don and Donna Marino del
Suchl Torlonia and Mrs. Charles A.
Moore at Sherry's yesterday. .
Lieutenant-Commander and Mrs. Paul
H. Bastedo of Washington, D. C., aro at
tho Ambassador Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Pope Fuller left
thp Rlta-Carlton yesterday for .San
Mrs. William Marshall Bullitt Is at
the Chatham Hotel from Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander It. Itevell of
Chicago are at the Plaza from the Virginia
Hot Springs.
In recognition of his services to the
Republic of Poland, Hamilton' Holt,
executive director of the Woodrow Wilson
Foundation, received yesterday the
decoration of 'Tolonla Recttuna." The
presentation was made by 8. 1* OroI'towaKy,
Consul-Oeneral of the Republic
of Poland. Besides the Polish decoration,
Mr. Holt also has received tho
Order of the Sacred Treasure (Japan).
Royal Order of Oeorge Iho First
(Greece), Officer Public Instruction
(France), Order of the Crown of Italy
(Italy), and chevalier of tho Legion of
Honor (France)
Geometric Art in
Paris Salon Makes
Cubism Old Style
Startling- New Method of
Tainting Revealed?Americans
Paris, Oct. 30 (Associated Press).?
"Geometric art,'' a new movement in
painting which seeks to express life and
soul In geometrical line* Instead of In
the soft strokes of the conventional
school of painting, strikes a startling
note in the Fifteenth Autumn salon,
which holds its 'Varnishing day" tomorrow.
Artists of ten nationalities, Including
Americans, have hung In the exhibition
more than fifty "line pictures" which
make the followers of CuKlem seem hopelessly
conventional. The contributors
to the new Idea are enthusiastic over Its
possibilities, believing their movement,
will eventually contribute a new school
of art.
Geometrlsm treats of conventional subjects,
such as nudea. landscapes and
Interiors, but employs carefully worked
out lines according to the rules of
) . x nc isiuimi us arc ?uiu w na.\o
a. keen appeal for matheniatlclana.
Francis Picabla, the Spanish artist
who Invented "Dadaism." Is the leader
Of the new method of expression. He
contributes two of the most amazing pictures
in the salon, entitled 'I^eaf of
Vine" and "Spanish Night." Naturally,
the titles have nothing to do with the
appearance of the pictures, the motif of
which several hundred artists cannot
agreo upon.
There are between fifty and sixty
Americans among 1,300 artists exhibiting.
With few exceptions, the Americans
contribute to tho eaner, more
beautiful part of the salon, the dominant
impression of which is not beauty hut
The nudes, which outnumber all other
kinds of pictures, are in some cases
startling, and surprise Is expressed that
the Jury, even in the face of Its traditional
liberality, approved some.
"The Virgin of Alsace." the figure of
a woman with a baby, standing fifty
feet high, is the most commanding
single contribution. It was executed
by Antolne Bourdelle and Is to be placed
at the highest point of the Vosges
Would Make Monument Reservation
More Accessible.
Special Dispatch to The New Yobk Hbbald.
Stock bridge. Mass.. Oct. 30.?A committee
from the Stockbridgo Laurel Hill
Association tramped to the summit of
Monument Mountain to-day to arrange
for reservation improvements so that it
will be more accessible to the public.
The Commonwealth has given the care
of the 400 acre parll, which was a gift
of Miss Helen C. Butler of New York,
to the Laurel Hill Association. In today's
tramping party were Misses Mabel
Choate and Alison T. I* ttaughton.
Messrs. Alexander Sedgwick, Kdward
B. Owen, William H. Clarke and Dr.
William Oilman Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen fl. Philbin of
Hewlett, L. I., are guests of Mr. ana
Mrs. Owen Johnson at Stockbridge.
Many Kujoy Coif and Riding?
Special Dispatch to The New York Herald.
Hot Springs, V?i., Oct. 30.?Mr. Francis
McNeil Bacon arrived to-day from
New York und played golf with Mrs.
Bacon. Others on the links were Mr.
and Mrs. Burt L.. Fenner, Mr. and Mrs.
Joel D. Woodstde, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
E. Hare, Mr. and Mrs. E. Clarence
Jones, Mr. und Mrs. J. Amory Haskell.
Mr and Mrs. William F. Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward M. Mcllvaln, Mr. and
Mrs. Alton Farrell and Mrs. Edgar K
Mrs. George H. Ingalls and Miss
Katherlnc Ingalls played a final twosome
before starting to-day for New
York, also Mrs. John Vletor and Mrs.
Cobum Darling of Providence.
Those driving to-day included Mrs.
John C. Gray of Newport, who went to
Valley View for tea. where Mr. and
Mrs. J. Amory Haskell gave a luncheon
yesterday; Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Budd,
Mrs. John Innes Kane, Mrs. Josepn
Burden and Mrs. George A. Ellis. Jr.
Oil the riding trails were the Misses
Ueraldino MeAlpin and Virginia Van
lngen, Mrs. Joseph Trultt Talbcrt and
the Misses Hope and Marie Harjes.
Sir Robert and Eady Borden lett today
for Ottawa, after four weeks wl*h
Lleut.-Col. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly Evans
here. Mr. Edgar Park has gone to New
York after a week here with .Mrs. Park.
Mrs. H. S. Armstrong arrived at the
Homestead to-dBy from New York, also
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 8. Thomson and
Miss Rebecca <?. Thomson from Philadelphia.
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
MoAdams from Richmond.
Mrs. Brady Harrlnian. Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney A. Kirkmnn, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Vreeland. Mr. and MTs. Arthur Tinker,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Duff Krazier, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar J. Williams and Dr.
J. Arthur Booth left for New York.
Special Dispatch to Tub New York Heraii..
Atlantic Citt, Oct. 30.?The sea was
so calm to-day that sailing was enjoyed
by many.
Arrivals from New York at the hotel*
Dennis?Mrs. Ernestlno S. Mltlor and
Mr. and Mrs. William Hchrom.
Ritz-Carlton?Mrs. Htephen If. Tyng,
who was accompanied by Miss Ayres:
Mr. Thomas McKce.
Amhaunaflor-.Mr o nrl \fr? Arthur
Marlborougli-Blenh< Im?Mr. and Mr*.
Charts C. fluff and Mr. Frank T. Trull,
all or Brooklyn.
Trayniorc?Mr*. Tt. A. McKlrn and
daughters. Mra. O. K. Morgan ami Mlsi
<\ R. McKIm, Mr. and Mr*. K C. Kerr
Mr. XI. J. Forham and Miss Forham.
Brighton?Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Taft 2d. Mrs. P. Crawford Clark, Miss
J. B. Downing, Mrs. H. Keyser and Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Barf.
fitrand?Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Zang.
Breakers?Mr and Mrs. Harry A,
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rosonstoelc
Mr. and M'rs. Julius Kosenblum, Mr*
Pouts joflfo and Mr. and Mrs. M. t.
Pperinl IJtspatrh to Tin New Yosk Hout.n.
Newport, Oct. 30.?Mr. Marlon Kppley
Is going to Maine soon for a fishing
Amoag those remaining here for the
lata season are Miss ICatherlne Rulkley
T,awrence, Mrs. Craig Blddle. Mrs. William
B. Caperton and Miss Marguerite
Caperton, Mrs. Vanderbllt, Mrs. James
Orlswold Went* and Mrs. William Fits
Hugh Whltehous?.
Rear Admiral William H. Sims, L*. fl.
N.. retired, and Mrs. films were guests
of honor at a dinner given last night at
the Art Association by the rltlsenn of
Newport. Oae hundred and fifty were
Mr. Harold Rosengnrten ha.s returned
to Philadelphia
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Mrs. F. Trubee Davison, one of the
head of Che. ushers' committee fcr the m
and the Women1': National Republican C
Cooper Union as a tribute to Gov. Mllh
' Mr. Davison is candidate for Assembly
! Nassau, his home county, and his wife
I Mr. Davison Is a son of Mrs. Davison an
'Cintra,' Here From Londor
With Fashion Sho>
| smart clothes in Portugal and her famt
: In London and who arrived Sunday pre
j rared to give a fashion show for the
benefit of soldiers and sailors, yesterdaj
declared herself an ally of the moderately
short skirt.
The Hon. Mrs. John Fortcsrue. as she
is In private life, received reporters al
the home of - Mrs. Leland Kgglcstor
Cofer, 5C.1 Park avenue, where she was
a guest at luncheon. She wore a skirl
of ankle length and said cmphaticallj
that she thougiit six inches a proper distance
for an afternoon or street skirl
tc escape the floor but that she liked
long, sweeping draperies for evening
"American women strike me as being
much smarter looking than Engllst
women In their street clothes," said thf
designer of some of "Dolores" mosl
sumptuous apparel for the stage and tlx
genius who supplies several of England't
stage stars with their costumes. Befort
her marriage "("intra" was Miss Win'Ded
Beech, daughter of an Knglisl
vli'ar, and at one time was an actress
Former Police Commissioner't
Wife Sole Beneficiary.
Col. Francis Vinton Greene, former
Police Commissioner and at one time
commander'of the Seventy-first Regiment,
left a gross estate of <18,686 and
a net of $11,899. according to an appraisal
filed yesterday. Col. Greene
died Slay 16. 1921.
j The appraisal discloses that the sale
In 193) of his Interest In the Iroquois
Construction Company and the Niagara.
Eockport and Ontario Power Company
for $fi?>.i)00 has subsequently been cut by
a settlement which was appraised at
$11,668. J. J. Albright of Buffalo,
Edmund Hayes, Stephen P. Clement
ar.d William H. Gratwick were associated
In this syndicate in January, 1899.
Mrs. Belle C. Greene, the w'dow, was
the solo beneficiary of the estate.
Surrogate Rejects Claims ol
Astor Children.
I .Special Dispatch to Tub Nkw York Hi.uai d
PottGH KKtsiE, Oct. .'19. ? Surrogate
Ob-ason ruled to-day that the $150.00(1
estate of James S. Armstrong of Red
1 Hook is to go to the American Society
I for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animalt
Instead of to Vincent Astor. Ava Allot
' Muriel Astor and John Jacob Astor and
the Chanters, Eivingstons and Roosevelt?
I of Dutchess county. Mr. Armstrong 'itcc
leaving a life Interest In his estate tc
J Catherine Moul, his housekeeper. The
I residue after her dentil was to go to th?
I "New York Society for the 1'reveiitlon
of Cruelty to Animais.
When Catherine Moul filial a year a^?.
it was found that no such society ex
Istcd. The American Society for th?
rreventlon of Cruelty to Animals en
tercd a friendly contest of the will tf
decide whether the testator meant t.u
American society. Surrogate Ulcasor
ruled In Its favor.
yotkt ok Tiir;
"The World We I.tvo In." formerly "Thi
Insert Comedy." will positively tie presents
this evening nt .Tolson's Klft.v-nlnth ."tree
Theater, according to an announcement frott
Will lain A. Brady, who advises every on
to be on hand before the ftslng of tho cur
tnln at S-3n to follow tho actors as the;
jump through their parts.
"Msrjolalne" with 1'eggy Wood, I^nno:
l'aw-lr and Frank Moulan undertook a week
enlightenment of the patrons of the Shu
bert-Rtvleru last night.
It. H. Hurnstde. general director of th
Hippodrome. uUI add n flying lisllet o
witches to the "Land of Mystery" scene h
"Better Times" to-night. In honor of hal
lowe'en and of the Herman patent on th
new apparatus which makes flying eaey ro
Kdwnrd Simmons. New York artist, gav
a children's party last night to retetiraia nl
seventieth birthday, and John B. Mazzard o
the "Oreewleh Village Tollies" managed t
behave like a good hoy, being tho guest o
Sic llasll Thompson. Rngllsh erlmlnologls
and one time li"ad of Scotland Yard, wil
see "Whispering Wires" at the Forty-nlnf!
Street Theater to-night and detect wheth"
It Is a success.
A. II, Woods announces that lie has re
leased Shuberf Advanced Vaudeville, Ine,
: from a contract for a seven year occupant
of the Apollo Theater, Chicago.
Ismlse Galloway hns been engaged by Hcnr
W. Savage for a lending role In "Tho Cling
Ing Vino." the new inuslral play, whirl
Zelda Sear* and Harold f.evrv ai>- brcwln
for ! Vg"j Wood
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C pyrlent i : ' It
ibee Davison.
resourceful feminine political worker*. 1ass
meeting the National Republican club
'lull have arranged for to-morrow r.lght In
jr and other Republican State candidate!*,
from the Second district, wl ieh takes in
has been an active aid In his campaign,
d the late Henry I*. Davison.
\ to Aid Soldiers and Sailors
Ny Is Entertained at
and Dinner.
Her husband formerly was librarian at
? Windsor Castle.
For the luncheon "Cintra" wore a
dress of black panne velvet and coat and
> hat to match. The outfit was trimmed
r with bands of velvet stamped In white
with a flower design and with a black
ground. She wore a long chain of Jet
and crystal with a black silk tassel
> reaching almost to the knees.
t She has brought over fifty models
i which will be worn November !? at the
i fashion show to be given at the Hotel
t Plaza. Debutantes will be manlklna at
r the afternoon exhibit and professional
. models will wear the dresses at night.
; The exhibit will be for the benefit of
I the Soldiers' and Sailors' Club of New
j York, 261 Madison avenue. Mrs. Frances
Rogers is president of the .club, an.l
. Mrs. Arthur C. Connirerer is chairman
i j of the Fashion Show.
> i Mr. and Mrs. Rogers gave an informal
t ! dinner last night at their home. 144
> j linst Sixty-second street, for the Hon.
? and Mrs. John Fortescue. The guests
s; included Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont.
- ! Mr. and Mrs. Grayson M-P. Murphy
i 1 and Mr. and Mrs. George \V. Wickcr.
I sham.
> god; fox film, seen
t Storm and Flood Pictures
Give Real Thrills.
j "The Town That Forgot God." a Fox
, . film, screened last night at the Astor
I Theater, features poverty, mother lovo.
j the wrath of God, all treated with overmuch
sentimentality, and a striking
; storm scene. The scenario Is from the
, | pen of Mrs. X.. and. judging by the
* captions, one might think It was taken
I down in spirit writing from Ella
| IVheeler Wilcox, after she had talked
with the major prophets,
j David. played by an nnchlldish child,
Bunny Grauer. is a bookworm. He is
| the star pupil of his mother's school,
: which hr'nes the hafred of the Squirt'
\ upon his head/ for he knew more than
I the Squire. David'* mother d'es. whl'-h
gives a wide opening for twofold filming,
with the mother's spirit wandering
through the envH.v house. "Tiavid is
adopted by the Kquit< to get the furniture
and Is treated like a stepchild, accused
of stealing and threatened with
' ; arrest.
! 'Cheit. the carpenter, subtly played by
, | Warren Kreeh, a former lover of
I David'* mother, returns Just In time to
| ?avo her .armchair from being- bought
at auction and gives it to the child.
And Ju?" |Wher- David 'ocke.l in bis
room reading about Lincoln and Washington
a great storm strikes the town
1 that has forgot Clod Flood and burn!
ing houses give a thrill that is worth
j sitting through all the rest. A village
i Is destroyed, and so realistically that
| those In the audience who were not
; standing In their seats to avoid the oni
rush of water, applauded vigorously.
The Saul re and his Ilk are drowned, hut
| Khcn saves Duvitl, who, after lar se of
I twenty-five years !r one caption, i
I transformed from a. barefoot boy to a
I thriving young president, dedicating
churches and schools to his mother and
supporting Kbrn, now grown old. and
a beautiful wife.
Perhaps the reason the flood destroyed
I the villagers was not so much that they
i forgot Cod as that they forgot Kngllsh or
history, which David knew and started
all the trouble. But the flood was n
thrill, even if the billy goat wasn't
drowned as It would have been in ;i
real flood.
*' fipaial Dispatch to Tub New Task Ifrsw.r.
f. Montreal, Oct. 30.?Ceclle Sorel, leadj
ing woman of the Comedle Francalse.
* who Is having a triumphal tour of
" Canadu prior to opening In .Vow York
" j November 13. was received by Mayor
I Merlcliard Martin to-day. To-night
( many city officials attended her opening
n : performance In the St. Denis Ttieaier
- j of "L'Aventuriere."
'' | Yesterday 2,000 students of Laval
r ! University participated In a great dem.
I onstratlon when Mme. Morel's engagement
ended In Quebec. To-morrow she
f will be a luncheon guest of the Montreal
'J Reform Club. Wednesday of the Woman's
Canadian Cluh, Thursday of the
. Society of Authors and Friday she
l speaks to French class Mcfllll Univerii
i slty.
r .
T1IK HKV. ?, A. Ut3IIO\.
Vgw Haven, Oct. 30.?The Rev. Myror
y Andrews Munson. ST, author and wel'
known Congregational Minister, died at
y his homo here to-day. Mr. Munson re?
tired from the ministry seveml year;
? ago and spent the last vara o-* his Iff*
In study
11, 1922.
\lRobin Hood' With
Fairbanks Strikes <
Film's High Mark
! ?
Beautiful Picture, Intelligent <
and Overflowing With
Dramatic Vigor. t
I.YHIC?Douglas Fairbanks In "TtOniN I
HOOP." directed by Allan with ]
u mat whicll include.. Enid ll.-nm !t.
W allace Beery, l'aul Dickey.' Sara d .
Urasse ami Allan Hale.
V, J r
The Buperiatlves which movie press j
agents have \><. n coining during the past
ten years can rv w be nut to a profitable , i
and legitimate us> . They can all be 1
wrapped up, in bundles of twelve, and 1 !
; applied to Douglas Falrbanlta'a produe- (
tion, "Robin Hood," which opened at the \
Lyric last night.
For here Is a motion picture whi h is I
! so far ahead of any spectacle that has j
ever gone before that it is impossible j j
to appraise it in the same terms that ,
have I>een applied to previous efforts. , ,
: It represents the high water mark of J t
film production?the farthest step that ,
; the silent drama has over taken along j ]
the highroad of art. If any one picture
could be strong enough to lift the movies (
from their much mooted infancy end
i carry them Into a state of maturity.
"Robin Hood" is that one. , I
The first thing that must he eonsid- (
red is its all' . It is constructed upon
a huge scale?it is breath taking in its
i stupondousnoss. That, of course, means 1
little. Many photoplays before this have |
I been huge and ponderous. But l ack of all
this vast display is an intelligence which
| is indeed rare "Robin Hood'' did not j
i grow from the bank roll; it grow from
the mind. And this is the chief reason
for its superiority. ; \
Douglas Fairbanks set out to doscrib. v
the spirit of chivalry as it existed In <
Merr'o Kngland in the brave days when I
Richard of the Lion Heart set forth with I
his gallant knights on the First Crusade, r
ft was then thai chivalry flourished as
j it lias never flourished since. It was i J
then that gentlemen were as noble as !
they were brave?as gentle as they were
Mr. Fairbanks himself wrote the story. , (
lie started with the departure for the
Crurade, thm showed how the bold Karl ; *
; of Huntingdon returned to Kngland to 1 1
defend the absent Richard and to curb |
the oppression of Prince John. This i
' much occupies the first half. < 1
In the second act (If that's what you I .
ceil tt) the Karl of Huntingdon appears
in a new guise?as Robin Hood. the
leader of an outlaw band of sturdy fel- (
lows who liV'd in Sherwood Forest end '
fought for God, for England and for '
Richard. They robbed the rich and succored
the poor. They punished the proud ,
anil protected the meek.
, It is in this part of the picture that ;
| Douglas Fairbanks really lets himself , ]
co. lie Is a super-TVArtagnan : for '
Robin Hood, because of his mythical |
quality, is essentially a far more ro-1 (
! mantle figure than the dashing Gascon
of Dumas's story. Mr. Fairbanks climbs
up castle walls, leaps over moats and
slides down tapestries. The size of the
settings allows plenty of scope for his
strenuous activities. ?
As tlm Karl of Huntingdon. Mr. Fairhanks*
is a splendid Knight?dignified,
erect and utterly fearless. As Robin
Hood, he is a wild, irrepressible fellow
who Is always having a perfectly glorious
time. Tin* contrast between the
two characters is carefully drawn ami!
entirely consistent.
Allan Uwan directed "Robin Hood." i i
and his contribution to the general
worth of the production should not be (
overlooked. He handled the tremendous
j mobs skillfully, without forgetting that i
they should be nothing more than backgrounds
for the real action of the play. |
He managed to focus the camera upon
the principals, so that the dramatic in- ]
i terest is never submerged.
We remember one incident particu-; J
I larly?a love scene between Mr Fair- |
banks and Knid Bennett in the early ! |
i part of the picture. For an unusually I
long time they stand together on a balj
cony, merely looking at earli other.
1 There are no sub-titles to describe their
emotions, and no boisterous action to
! enliven the scene. But the audience J
gets tne Sense OI Wie mm*. u rn, I
be no doubt that these two young people
are falling in love with each other, !
and falling hard. It is a marvellous nit
of direction, ;ftid acting as well.
The other principal players (there are
surprisingly few of them) are all good j
?Wallace Beery, Sam de tlrasse, Paul
Dickey and Allan Hale. Mr. Beery ts a
fine figure of a man and a worthy em- ]
bodimeut of King Kichard.
j "Hoi.in Hood" is beautiful to look at.
it is intelligent, and It Is overflowing
' with dramatic vigor. It will run for a
1 long time at the tyy rie Theater and will '
he seen ^iy many people. We hope that j
I you who read theso lin"3 will be antong
The usual Plckford-Fairbanks demon- !
: stratlon was made'by a crow d of 1,000
j wbo bad been waiting outside for an
i hour before the performance, and who
mauled the uuthor-stui and his wife (
I affectionately as they got out of their
automobile to attend the performance
Douglas and a detail of police had a
difficult lime Wedging Marj through tin i
crowd. The acclamation following tlio
] close of the picture led Fairbanks to
deliver a speech of Ihauks and intrnduo.
his "chief helper," Mary, who called this
"Douglas's I st picture to date." and the
director, who treacherously lied to the
wings after taking ... bow, leaving Fair- j I
banks looking embarrassed.
M I.IOR JOHN r. snon r.
Major John P. Short, a civil war vet- 1
eran, aged N7, died Sunday night In
lils home, 15:? Cartleld place, Brooklyn
lie enlisted at the outbreak of the wai
and ruse in first lieutenant In the '
Seventy-third Kegiment, New Tork
State Volunteers. In 1812, Mr. Short
WUK I TIM (It. it (.ipi.llll. lit? W IIM 1111*11 V
wounded at Bristow Station, Va., an*l
I lay on the field for four day* liefoiv
j help carne. He served twelve years m
the Volunteer Fire Department in
Brooklyn and was tJraml Marshal of ,
the Memorial Day parade on the occasion
of t'e review by Theodore
J loose ve It when < Jovernor of New Vork.
Ho, was the last holder of the special
metlal struck In 1813 by the War Fund
Committee of the city of Brooklyn, for
; hra'very in the war. Funeral services
will be this afternoon.
John IT. Adderlcy, for fifty year**
sssoelat* <1 with the Ifavllands In th<
French china business, *lled Sunday hi j
his home, 23 Schermerhorn Mi-set.
I Brooklyn, after sn illness of several
months. He had been a friend of
Henry Ward Meecher when the latter !
, was pastor of l'lyrnnuth f'hurrh In
I I Brooklyn. He was . one of the first j
members of the Brooklyn V. M. C. A.
He leaves a brother. Thomas. Funeral
, services will l?c to-tr.orrow afternoon
Nswncnnir. Oct 30.?Miss Fllinbeth
Fowler ili* i"-day In the room In which
j she was born on November 22, 1823.
' Mho had always lived In the same bouse.
Miss Fowler vi s a daughter of Dr.
David Fowl* i N'ow York physician of
a century to, *ni was a sister of the,
late Janie Wab* 'V,wtBr. at one time |
Suit* T1 .. county.
Zollap$es on Kjrand Central
Shuttle Platform.
Jolin P. Hill, To, ot' 52 Wiiiaughby
ivenue, Brooklyn, orio of the oldest
heat Heal managers In the country, anil
mce an actor in plays with Booth,
-tarr-lt and McCullough, rollapsod late
estorday on the shuttle platform at the
Jrund Central Terminal, and died while
teing carried to an ambulance. He had )
>e< n in ill health for a >? ar.
Mr. Hill was once manager of the
dairis Theater, Pittsburgh; the Jmlerial
Theater. Providence; and for
if teen years was tago director of the
i.vde it Itehmun vaudeville house in
Brooklyn, lie starred for years at the
lead of Ids own touring production of
'Hip Van Winkle" and claimed the
ecord of getting in his youth the 11 ret !
xtsoiiuI three-rflieet for a trapeze perlormei
on Broadway.
Ho was founder of the Klks lodge in
Detroit and w?* all organizer of the
Trie lodge of KIks. 1iv whs a civil war i
veteran, quartermaster of I'. S. Grant
'ost. U. A. it, and was prominent in
he White Rats. He is survived by his
vife, Mrs. Meta Hill, and a daughter,
lirs. Laura Hill Breyer.
I1KAUS KI/r >1 IT Molt I VI.,
Col. William Boyee Thompson lias
>een reelected president of the Hoose
. It Miniori&J Asportation. Hi was vir- ,
ually founder of tho association and
ontributed largely to the expenses of
-aising the memorial fund after Mr.
itoose velt'r death. Other officers Inrlude
honorary presidents. Charles K.
-iughes, Secretary of State; Kliliu Hoot j
md Gen. Leonard Wood; honorary vicenesidents.
James It. Garfield, Senator
11 ram Johnson and Senator Henry i
'abot Lodge;' vice-presidents'. William !
-ioeb. Jr.. and former Postmaster-Gen-I
ral Will II. Hays. Albert H. Wlggitt. J
accident of the <'base National Lank, ,
ias been reelected treasurer.
tlltv. \l \ 111 W \ ItU UK A I).
ipr. ial liixpatvh to Tub Nkw Viibk Hkrai.p I
PtTTSHt.'ttpH, < >ct. 30. Mrs. Mary |
Vard. aged 67, of Xew llochell*, X. V .
lidow of Hubert lloyd Ward, Pittsburgh j
tuslness man and founder of the ftobcrt'
toyil Ward Home for Children in Bigc- ;
otv boulevard, died tu-day in her upartnent
in tiie ftitteidiouso.
IIP IT.ASK, silver, hi cab. I'.cntnr Octob"
Lit; i-.'w.'i;ii. K 3140 Herald, 11t-raid
iNll''K-Silver* cai\Tn?~?i?b Initials "*A j
M. I..." In packs to '<n llili ?t. subway
union mi Saturday. Jtewnril If returned
o SANT.itTiSON. 14". K. i.'iiii ?' !
4Alt PIN?riBtinum, diamond, Wednesday,
between Montclalr mid Sloatie Hospital, W.
Hill st.: reward. Phone Montclalr 3700. t I
Vk\v A nil '$ Hnfi.1 t lie I ..turn of a diamond.
and sapphire brooch loft Sunday evening.
Jctober i;!*. 19112: cirele of alternating brlllants
and sapphires in platinum nuuntlng,
ashler. V anil, rbllt II. te,. _
IVRIST WATCH found, ladle*. In taxicab;
[articular*. S 2043 Herald, Herald s<|
3LYNE8 - ltOSKNTRETER. ? On Monday.
October 30, at St. Thomas's Church, NewYork
city. Miss Katharine Marie Rosen- |
treter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
John Roaentreter of Itoonton, N. J., to |
Mr. Thomas Godfrey Clyies of Milling
ton, N. J.
HI BR WOOD?Hit AN'DON.?On Sunday. Octo- ;
her 211. at the Church of the Transfiguration.
Miirj llrandon, daughter of Henry J
Ilrandon of Indianapolis, to Robert Kmraet !
Adderley, John H. Logan. Marjorlc P. J
Atwater, Richard M. Kong. Margaret 1*.
Aest. . Mary C. I.ynch, David P.
[traunllng, Giorgo Ml ft in. Joseph W.
Rutler, Minns K. I'axton, Ade'c
Jampbell, C. K. Pearce. Edward I",
foe, Kllen M. Fine, John R.
Illnss, l'rahk Hick. Robert Ja
Dickey. Kate O. Ritchie, Prank M.
'Insmore, Mary Scofleld, Helle 3.
Gillespie, Edward A. Solomon. Theresa
Hedges, Julia A. Thaeher. John S.
Hochhauseii. William. Tripp, Itoxlna .1 ?
Kaltenecker. Alleo \ o<|rhls, J. I-.. De 1.
Kennedy, J. M. 11. Wilson, Lewi* F.
Kllluieycr, Anna P. Wood. Augusta
Klrkbrid. , Samuel W. Zust-Weldmnnn, E.
.hue, Eva M. B. ______
In Me/norlnm.
Abbott. I.vrnan O'Connor. Julie D.
Lawrence. Mny Piatt, Frances O. It
\DDKRLEY.-On Sunday. Ortoner i.*-*,
at his residence, -7 Schernierhorn st
Brooklyn, John II. Adderley, hv-m! 77 years.
Funeral service in the reception room of
Plymouth Institute, Hicks and Orange ?ta.,
llrooklvn, on Wednesday, November 1, at
J 1\ M
ATWATIOR.?Richard M., on Monday, October
30. at Chadritt Ford, Pa., In his 70th
year. Not lew of funeral Inter. Provldenc?
<R. I.) paper* iAaase copy.
BESTE -Suddenly. In Chi.. u">. <V;?|, r JO.
Mary Cutting, wife of the late Henry Heat*
of New Y ?rk Funeral private.
BRArNLl NO?George, of till Went IWth at.. ,
suddenly, at Hotel \ai Salle, Chicago, Oe
tober 27. beloved husband of Elizabeth
Branding, father of uoorpy Albert llraun
ling. Funeral services at W"*t Park Free
byterlan Ofiurcli, With st. and Amaterdam
\ av. Interment private at Kenaico Cemetery.
Bl'TLETt. On Monday. o. tober 30, Minna
Edna Butler, only daughter of tin- late
Rufus Henry Heekwith, Esq., of Buffalo,
beloved wife of John Butler of P< lhani. N.
Y. Service* ?t the home, 2 10 IVIhnmdnle
av., 3 P. M. on Wednesdav, November
I. Train* leave Grand Central Station
2:17 P. M. Interment Buffalo.
CAMPBEEL.-Un '>ctob? r I'D. 1H22, ChnrMtt.
E . wife of J^eonard M Campbell. Funeral
from her late r? ?*!done, , gq l-'rHmtii
s?., Wood bridge, N. .1., on Wednesday,
November 1, at 2 IV M.
a t vou i t? .''mm iiftober
1 !?'JIT. KIiJnM. vslrtnv" Of Oliver \V. c. , . In
l??r *7th jr*ar. Funeral service* m th?residence
of her daughter, Mr*. Thomas L.
I'&sketl, Mend at.. New Canaan, Conn.,
on Thursday. 1 P. M Interment Woodlawn
Ometer>. C?>nv*vanens will meet
train 1? Hving Grand Central l>pot II A. M.
3LA98 Pnn . 01 Oetol St "1 - . ' Lit
erty, N. Y., beloved husband of Mary
1:1* ?a In^e Farrellyl. Funeral t rom .'00
lludsoi at., on Tuesday, Octoner 31, 19UJ,
rt 2 P. M
DICKEY'.?On October 20, 1922. at her reel*
d'-nce, 082 Ocean av., Brooklyn, Kate
Gertrude, helvvd daughter of Wlhlam D.
Dickey. Funeral services private.
DINKMOHK. M;irj at rf'.rth An.lHjv, V. r,.
on October 2'?. Funeral sorvfraa it <>?lftw?n
Funeral Chap*' I. 2*", High st.. Forth
Am boy, I V. M. Tuesday. Interment New
York Bnv Cemetery, let soy Clt.
Your Te
yjf ^ I MTE Funeral Ch
I Rooms, the 1
every facility
vice, is immediately s
" for the call, day an
H| Funeral arrangem
|l through irternationa
9 a part of the world.
11 The cost of Cam;
II Booklet will be mail
n "1/te lunoraf
|| Broadway at 661
G11.I.E8PIE.?Bntored into r. it a*. Pnr.ifr.rrt,
i 'inri., "ii Saturday, < >.-rot . r Is. . . i W.
ii art. Augustus, husband of Idly A lie"!
Gillespie. Private burial service will ! <*
said at St. Andrew's Church, Stamford,
Conn., on Tuesday morning, October 3J?
Interment private.
HE1XJEB.?At hrr home. Allenhurst, ?f. 1..
Sunday, October 29, 1922. Julia Adelaide,
in her JIM year, wife of the lute Jams*
Hedges and beloved mother of James D,
Hedgis, Services at Green-Wood Cemetery
Chapel at 3 P. M. to-day.
HOCHII AlISEN.?William, t.orn in year 1MU.
died October 28, 1922. Children surviving.
Henrietta Theresa lloch and Herman T.
Hochhausen. Services at b P. M. Tuesday,
October lit. 1922, at Oil Semlnury m . Veul.ra,
Interment Wednesday. November 1,
1912. Crematory at Hudson County Boole,
vaid. I'nlun Hill, N. J.
lift A L, CHYTtCJI. Broad nay. Oo' -t.,
Thursday. 10 A. >1. I
KKNNKIiTu?At White Plains. N. Y.. October
.11, |!>*J2, Johanna M. Brennan. wife of ib.a
late Robert It. Kennedy. Funeral from St.
John's Roman Catholic Church, Whltd
Plain*. Thursday morning. November -Vi*.
at 10 o'clock. Tntorment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. White I'ialius.
KIKI-MK Y Kit.?On OctolM r :'n. 19211, *
I>. Killing age 1/3. -.vif- of ti. l?tv?
Nicholas Killmeyor. Funeral * .*\i . .*
Widiusdav. November 1. it 2:.\0 P. M.. at
h*r late residence, Krelschervllle, ? '. I.
interment W??it Ilapti * Om* .cry.
KIKKBHIDE.?Suddenly, on Sunday. October
29, 1 922', at hi? i> sidence. 309 First tv.,
Anbury Park, N. J., KMrmnl W., b?lov?d
husband of Margaret I,. Bain. Funeral
crvices Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Interim nt at Mount HolP ?N. J.) Cemetery,
Wednesday, November J, 31:30 A. ML
LANK.?On Sunday. October HO, 1922, Eva
Mcfcalf Bliss, wife of James Warren
Lane, daughter of the i*iti Eliplu let WillJams
Bliss and Anna Metcalt Bliss. Services
at her late home. St. James, L. I.?
Tuesday, 3:30 P. M Special train It
Pennsylvania Station, 33d st., Long lalmw
Railroad. 1:30 J". M.. returning to Net'
York after tlie icrvices. Please cnyit
flowers /
LOC? AN.?Sunday, October 20. In Boston,
Marjorio Payne, beloved wit* of Lieut.Command-r
Edgai \ i den Logan, V. H. N..
in the 20ih year of her age. Funeral
privat* .
LONfJ.?At her resident* , Be--hur.u, L. I,
on October 29. 1922. Margaret Phllo, beby,
-d v.-if* of Edward J and devo- <t
mother of Ralph Waldo, IS. lid ward an l
(b-rtrndr Agnev I^nr Funeral r- tv e ?
at Church of St. Ignatius. Sltn st. n?l
Park av., New 1 ork city, Tuesday, October
31, at 10 A. M. Interment private.
LYNCH.- Da\ id lhitnam, on Monday, October
lift, 1922. Funeral from the r**si- \
dence of h!s mother. Mrs. (leorg F. Me- >
Entee, 311 West 1 13d st. Notice of fuiv. ral
MARTIN.?On Monday, October 30. 1922,
Joseph William, son of William S. ami
Margaret Bonnev Martin. Funeral a- rvlce*
will bo held at his late residence, .14
Ja-jues av., Ilahway, N. J . Wednesday *
November 3, at 2:30 P. M. Interment
PAXTON -On Sunday, October 29. 1922,
Adele Paxton, beloved rhotheigk'f Howard
A. Paxton. Funeral service? will be held
at her late residence, 333 Olmstcad Place,
Brooklyn, on Wednesday, at 3 P. M.
PEAKCK.?On Sunday, October 29. 1922. at
his residence, 293 Macon St., Brooklyn. Edward
E. Pearce. Funeral services at th??
Central Congregational Church. Hun^ook
st., bet ..en Bedford and Franklin a vs., o.i
Wednesday, November I, at 3 P. M.
PINE.?On Saturday, October 'is, at ??*.
Luke's Hospital, of pneumonia, John if.
Pine, age 03 years. Her vices at ?ct. Paul'*
Chap'!, Columbia University, 117th si.
and Amsterdam av., Tuesday. October 3L,
at 10 A. M. irncndrt are as no a not
t* nd flower*.
PINE.?Saint Nicholas Societj' of the City
of New York, 7 \V?*st 44th at.. New York:
It Is with deep regret that announcement
is made of the death on October 'J#. 1022,
of their late associate John Buckley Pins.
Howard Duffleld, President.
Frederick Irving bookman, Secretary.
HICK.?Qn October 29, at his resld*nee. 584
Academy ?t., Hubert .If. beloved husband
of Katherine Hungerbuhlcr and father of
Alfred. Funeral services Monday evening.
October 30, at H o'clock. Interment GreenWood
Cemetery. October 31. art 1 :30 12. M.
HITCH IE.?October 30 Frank M.. mother of
Thomas B. and daughter ?>f th? late Carlos
Bellows snd Harriet .Stockweather. Se rvices
Wednesday, November 1, at V
o'clock at Keys Funeral Parlors. 129th
Mt. and 7th a v. Chicago, St. I.ouia and
Seneca Falls papers please cop>.
SCOFTEBD.?On Mon?|aj-, October 5o, 102^.
Belle V., widow of Hurrv A. Scofiehf.
Funeral services will be held at her lato
home, .'WM? Washington av., Brooklyn, on
Tuesday, October 31, at H:30 P.M.
SOLOMON On Sunday. October 2b. nt V- bortie,
Arctic, U. I., ThercMe. In li? * 7,.,k.year,
wife of the lat< Houls Solomon,
inother nf Julia Hirslifield. Funeral from
T?avld J. Rothschild's Funeral Parlors, 273
J.e it ox kv., n? ar 124th ct(, on Wednesday.
November 1, at 10 A. Ml Interment New
Mount Carmel Cemetery, Rrooklyi*.
i THACHEIt.?On Saturday, October 28. 1922,
John Seymour Thacher, M. !>.. at bin
residence, 330 Park av. Funeral service*
at St. Thomas's Church, 5th av. and
53d ?t., on Wednesday, November 1, mz
9:30 A. M.
TRIPP.?On Sunday, Octob. r 29. 1922.
Hozlna .T., widow of William J. Tripp,
M. I>., and beloved mother of Mrs. Joseph
H. (Susie T.> Jones. Mrs. Clarence W.
(Maude T ) Gaylor and Mrs. Benjamin O.
t Main i t.i rnivy. run<*ni tvi as a:
r.-sidenc. of Mr?. Joseph If. Jorna. ."!>#
west itfiflt h* ., tuesday evening, s r:?i
o'clock. Interment oak wood Cemetery.
Troy and Cohoes paper* nit ase copv.
] voorhi8.?Oil Monday, October 30. 102-.
Jane K. 1>? Forest, wife of i'eter Vnorhia
and daughter of the late Theodore r. i >o
Forest and Mary a. ik Forest. service?
at her late hone. 221 park nlaee Oranip,
n. j.. Thursday, 2:^.0 i*. m.
wilson?At May wood. n. j.. October
."0. h?2f. L~ wis f. beloved husband vf
Marion H. Wilaon. age W >etn. Funeral
service* at his late residence, Mujrwood
1 iiv., mm>wood, n. j.. '>ti Wednesday tvo.
nine. Nnv**mher 1. at w o'clock interment
w ood i* w n Ccrnetery.
| \y? k >1?.?<>n < m tol>? r .'id, r?22, at 1 to Roberta
nv., Yonker*, Augusta, beloved daughter
of stella read and the late Robert wood.
Funemi private at the realdfiirt* ??f her
uncle, James \\ ood, Mount Klaco, n. y.
ZtJST-wkipm ann.?At Zurich. Switzerland.
(Vtobfr 11*22, Father Weldtnann fcust.
wife of Hobcrto Zust of Intra. Italy, and
daughter of Kllenor c. and the late jaiut*
Wefdm&nn of Vateraon, n. j.
| AHWflTT > memorial service in reman:*
brance of Dr. Lyman Abbott, who dUd
f on october 22. w ill l>e held In" the Mndisc i
Avenue Fresbyterlan Church. Rev. Hor y
Sloan* Coffin, minister, northeast corner*
of 73 d st , on Trresdtt} evening, October
31, at * o'clock.
I lawrkntk. M a> chi rished memory "f
n.y sister, who passed away f*ctobe? 31,
1w?5. Sister Louise.
I o'connor.- In "ad and loving memory of
my beloved mother, Julie Pevelnlsh O'Con
11oi'. vihu ?l< , ;>11?*<| world <?n October
ai, 11*21. (Hlined) Ktifft*n<* Kelix O'Connor.
PLATT. In loving remembrance of JVaroe-*
Book c?f Views or KeprmntAthti
, Tr>ph? nc Woo?lluwn 1I0U.
to You as (Tf
urch. the Reposing jT
Floral Shop, in fact. .
r of Campbell Ser ^JL.
ivailablc and teady noB
ents may be made V
1 connections in any i I
>bell Service is sur- WW?
ed gratis on request VI
Church II m
ih Street. NewYork. II
^ rCmphoH-Colombus 8200 A 1^

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