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return to lJn ha. I the et,,,. and bc- Huxley, who. tin - i.'irji;i-l hii.i Hie. Re Mien t !t . i:ns ' e- y u ' t h w I; i. r . t rf it wn.. the to . rk-'lC" artlfts In tase was soon' concert s.i.r. who had ! etlll-ne.l thla tlm- vv:tl. Mar. n Ilisphalii .s rilpled h H from Mlo. I:in- :..t I oiom..-i rl KH'-n under tju'.-n. His u -l of s ings -on lo words ,rp.-rati. engage- mother had Jour i.-i, . I ... . V- 1 ... . . I .1 tt-e tetiiptB SCI.t f..r to i at the Savoy j heard from It j w w summoned i ' A"- ; liplng iinbr. Ma t-. the It'- jet nil. I. he.'l.g .Mcptustoi lirl-'s ' whicn. of sung ui"in the i l!l we? umbrella l, to his Recollection." though I were Parkness in disguise was men ana part in " The into re- operatic debut nioincr sent mm a withdrawal I Ions. After the be continued to of the achieve proiio was audiences oT Grenadiers" family at Bal-( to find, had came a pro-, di.s-p.!,-he.l a lahlegrirn l- fri-nds Kn;-latid. ioiiflmiation reached me from thee,, (his aft-rn n." Th" I'aronla will reairi, New York ' probablv on the morning of Oct. It COL. WAGSTAFF DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS President of the S. P. C. A. Passes Away in His Babylon Home in His 78th Year. ift,d Wagstaff. since lll 1 1 if the s, .,.; f,., th" i reven- j lelty t- A tiin.a Is. and for two 1 '..i-.n-l I'i -sni. r.t ti- -i ..f ' g.,-1.' : atl.. life .f t' nilr.. r.t ftriui -,-ili.-.l y est i d ty n.-iir Ihtiiyh't. ill the at Ids j it y . , -.v : it, . '''; h ! ui -j 11. i.M.I Seen - r two nijnthf with u.-ly III for the i.,it conibinalii.n of all- i ments due to hia age. Hi- iu.i born ln Manhattan iti Ma:,),. 1M4. a son of I'r. Alfred Wagstaff who founded the Ixms Island horn.- of the faniilv. As a youth of It h3 a' quired the title of Colonel when in command of the Sixteenth New York Militia K.-i,-.-m nt that helpetl suppress the Brooklyn draft ri ds. Ijiter he enter, d it Nm --ty-first N'.-w York Vo!unt'-rs ns a IJfJ- tenant and was promoted to Major. After th" w ir he ntt.-nded the i olum-bl.t .s,dt,.l. graduating In ln'.fi. For manv v.ars Jne held a. partnership ln the ft'im -.f N.nth. 'ard & W', Mr. Wigstaff .served In ; Vss-mhlv from l-IT to lt7n. anl in tl.c MM.- Senate from 1KT to .-7v sin. 1M1 he hud been clerk of tin Appellut ll iit .n ..f th-- supreme t'ourt in L nlon S'l'iare. a roes the street from hi other t orri.-e in tne .s. r . i . v. nuiiuing. u . . -j a ti-,.. allec-,.l l.v v on Ills time lit this ,, - ,,utt position that raust-d a vain at- tempt to oust him from the H. A. I . .I.-. r..rvW ssef a a Itrt sa w Ar I rV vN at ' ,.i,tiwii - ...... . e ir.g apiiearance. feet 6 lnch In height. Altliough a member of several metropolitan clubs he spent his leisure hours on Iong Island, for he was a keen sportsman, fishing attracting him most of all. For forty years he wiu senior warden of Christ Church In Ba-bylon and he had also been FTesldent of the South Side H i.spltal there. He w a.s niai-rh .1 In lsxn to Miss Mary A. Barnard of Pousrhkeepsle. N. Y.. who survives, us Ho four sons and a daughter. Ser- , , ,. will be held Wednesday morning at Id 30 at the Church or the Heavenly Rest. Fifth Avenue and Forty-fifth Streel. WILUAM ., EX-KING OF WURTTEMBERG. DIES HIlA.N I1L N 1 ! t J. O-t. -K.,,MAN-Mw.:i,wk A OKI HA I. I" 11 I-att'lck'a K O-t. HII IHR1E

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 03 Oct 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 13

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