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TTTB KRW YORK TTMES. BUXTAY. NOVE'PETC 20. 191G. A 1 WILLIAM HARRIER, STAGE YETERAN, DIES One of the Oldest Theatrical Producer Stricken with Heart Disease in Home. HE ' BEGAN AS A MINSTREL Owner, or Part Owner, of Many Theatresjrfiew York, Beaten, and Chicago His Notable Productions. tlllUm Harris, for minr rears one f the moat prominent theatrical pro ucera In the country, and father of the late Henry B. liarrta. who loet hi Ufa ta the Tltanlo dlaaeter, died auddenly reeterda morning at hla home In Bay-aid, I L Ha had been In hla of flea ta tho Hudson Theatre en Thursday afternoon, and had kept In active touch with hla buelnese affaire by telephone n Friday, the day before hla death. He waa found dead In hla room after he had eaten kreakfaat and aent for hla automobile; It waa thought that ha Intended to coroe Into town to hla office, Ida death waa eaueed by heart dleeaee. Mr. Harrta was one of the oldest producer la the country. He waa In! hla 71st year, and had planned to celebrate lila fiftieth anniversary to the theatrical business next year. He had two sons, Henry 11. Harrta and Ullam Harris. Jr., both of whom followed their father In producing ,4. and both of whom produced many notable successes. The first play which the father and the eurrlvlng sen, William Harris, Jr., ever produced jointly, however, waa The Thirteenth Chair. which, opened last Monday at the Forty-eljrhth ; Street Theatre. " Bill Harris. ae many of the old-timers In tho theatrical profession called him, waa born la Prussia and was brought to this country by Ms father when he was six years old. His father opened a clothing store In Bridgeport, Conn., ami the son went to school for only thro months. His first work was as a cigar stripper In Cleveland. He began his theatrical career as a blackface comedian after he had appeared In a number of amateur per-formancea, and at the start he earned a dollar and a half a week for his acting. His partner la this flrtt vaudeville- team - wa John Bowman, and the two received A a week for tbe act. From about lhttt until l7: the Bowt.ian-Har-rle team continued Its vaudeville performances, the pair of young actors frequently having to walk from one town t Another and finding themselves at raided far from uroaoway many times a year, along with other "barn stormers " or trie perioa. on oi uieir engagement waa with Lent's old New York Clreus, and between stunts they gold tickets to tho circus. The ' blar-fnco comedians broke UP. and from IS" 3 until 1878 Mr. Harris and a vaudeville actor named Carroll traveled ae a vaudeville team. Mr. Harris writing manv f tho snng the rwt sung . Hie first reIly successful venture waa In Boston, about 1HKO. when, with persuasive ability and only $4 In cash to his name, he managed to lease the Howard Atheneum. He made such a success with It that the late Isaac Rich, one of Us owner, entered a partnership with him after Mr. Harris had run tbe theatre for two years. Mrs. Rich, . widow of this former partner, waa among the callers at Mr. Harris's office yesterday. Mr. Harris waa later associated in producing plays with Klsw and Erlangnr and Charles Frohman, and waa instrumental In turning a great number of actors and actresses Into stsrs and semi-stars. He le credited with ha ring done much toward bringing out Andrew Mack. Elsie Ferguson, and Knee Htahl among others. At the time of hie death. It was said yesterday. Mr. Harris owned either outright or In pact at least a dosen theatres In large cities throughout the country. Among them were named the Hudson. Fulton. Knickerbocker, Lyceum, Liberty, and New York Theatres In this city: the Hollls Street. Colonial. Boston, and Tremont Theatres in Boston, and the Colonial, Illinois. Blackstone. and lowers. Theatres in Chicago. Ho was also heavily Interested In Long Island real estate. George H. Bailey Dlee at It. . porta f le i'rw Tsr rtste. WASHINOTON, Nov. 23.-Ooorffe H. Bailey, the oldest employe of the District of Columbia Government, died In "Washington Friday. He would have bean to years old on Dec. 13. Mr. Holler was ' born In Boston, was In charge of th Uoeton Wster Works from 117 to l2, and from that trne to Jew was In chsrge of the Jersey City Vater Works, Hs planned tbe erection of the first water works of Newark. Coming to Washington In 1878 he became Computing Engineer of the District Government and waa employed by the District Government since then. Hie wtfo wee M ss Hannah M. Ryder of Jersey Oty. who died last year. Of their nine children seven are living, one f whom la Theodore F. Bailey of Newark. : Henry West Odton. Henry West Odlon. a newspaper man here for many years and once city editor 'of The 8ua. under Charles A. I Dana, died on Friday night at his heme, tit Sixth Avenue. Brooklyn. In hla sixty-fifth year. Before entering the newspaper business, ne was for several ycirs a member of the New York Produce Exchange. After leaving Tho Bun. twenty years ago, Mr. Odlon waa for a short time mantger of Tho Associated Press. He was one of the first advocates of the Workmen's Compensation law and bad written extensively on It In the newspspers and magaatneo. Hla wife survives him. Mrs. Jonathan Godfrey. serial to rat .Vrw Tors Timet. BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Nov. 23,-Mrs. Jonathan Oodfrey, prominent In New England society, died at the Oaks, I ltroeklawn, today. She was a daughter Of the late William Ogden Giles of New York ard a cousin of the late Mrs. George Maeculloca Miller, the Marquis do Talleyrand-Perlcord of Paris, and Princess Pogg.a Buasa Ruspol. of Rome, Italy. She waa a member of tbe Colonial Dame. Her husband,- a prominent manufacturer, and her brother, I wis Curtiss Giles of Stamford, survive. Mrs. Godfrey recently gave an ambulance to the Italian Army. Livingston Cushlng Dice Suddenly. NEW HAVEN, Conn, Nov. 25. Uv-tngston Cushlng. a lawyer In Boston since IRM. died suddenly on the street here todsy frtrn heart disease. He came here to attend the Yale-Harvard football fame and waa striken while running lor a trolley var. Mr. Cushing waa graduated from Harvard University- In Irra and waa a Director In several corporations. - RAISE $52,000 FOR CHILDREN 'Paralysis Victims Need Nearly Five Times This Amount. Contributions to the Thanksgiving fund for tho benefit of crippled victims of . Infantile paralysis reached 153.000 yesterday. An example of the wide appeal and aympathetlo Interest caused by this method of providing practical aid for the little sufferers may be found In the great number of 'will donations received dally at the of nee of the Treasurer. Jamee H. Perkins. 53 Wall Street. Many of the cash rifts of $1 come from the dwellers of the tenements. To data about one-fifth of tho necessary amount to provide for the unfortunate children for a year has been obtained. Tho Committee on Appeal, of whleb Robert W. Do Foret U Chairman, has ascertained that the patalysla victims of tho city will need f 3M.0OU for their proper are durUn the ysar, X ... A. B. McCREERY DROPS DEAD. Son of Late vDry Goods Merchant Stricken in Grand Central Terminal. Andrew B. McCreery, Secretary and Tressurerof the James McCreery -tea' ty Corporation. 112 West Forty-second Street, and a eon of the founder of the McCreery- dry goods store, was stricken .yesterday afternoon with apoplexy and died within five minutes In the Grand Central Terminal Mr. McCreery was waiting for a train for Ardsley-on-Hudson, where he oed plsbned to spend the eftemoon playing Colt with hla brother. Robert MeCrery. a member of the Ardsley Golf Club. His body wss taken to the home of Robert McCreery. Mr. McCreery was In his fifty-ninth year, and for a long time had made his homo in England, . where hla wife and two daughters are now. Frequently ne returned to this city In connection vlih his business, and while here stopped at the Royslton Hotel. 44 West Forty-fourth Street, For a time he waa actively associated with his father, the late James. McCreery, In the management of Jamea McCreery A Co.. but when a few years ago the company aa reorganised, becoming a corporation, Mr. McCreery devoted hla entire time to the McCry Realty Corporation. The firm, besides owning tho bulldini at 112 West Forty second Street, had large holdings In California, and. It was said, wss Interested In the property In West Thirty-fourth Street, near Fifth Avenue, occupied by tbe McCreery store. Obituary Notes. VACGHAW TREVOR, actor, died yesterday ta Uoeton. Mee.. where be wss paying. In nts thirty-set eotb year. He wss born In Derby, England, toad came to this count! y in 1M0T. Mr. Trevor made his first publla appearance during 1900, ss Chief Witch 4a " bi io and Aeneas." at th Coronet Theatre la London. He first appeared in this country ss Blini in " Tom Jones." at the Aster Theatre. Purine l&rtS-lWjO Mr. Trevor played the role of Fltxroy Bsytey la " Th Una and tbe Mouse," tbea on tour. Mrs. SARAH If. FTELD. widow ef Illss Hicks Field, died en Frldsy at the borne of h-r daughter, Mrs. John R. lis Hock, in Oreenwtch. Conn., la ber Uhtr -third jeer, leaving also two sons. Centals JOHM O. FRINDABLTS. United tstr Shipping Omtnlaetoner for twenty years, and formerly a ueputy Collector of Internal Revenue, died en Frldsy at his home ta Portland. Me., In bla sixtieth year. Mr. LJCOME HARVIFR BRODHEAD MeCOT. wlfs of John O. MeCsy sf Eaaton, I'ann.. and a daubter et es-CengreMinan . Deris BrodneadV died yesterday at ber home In Eaaton. She wss to bsr twenty-sis ih yesr. Mrs. JANES A. H. DT6 OOPPTST. widow of Frwlertck U de Coppet. formerly bead ef the firm ef De Coppst Co.. stockbroker, of 43 Ex-hng Pisco, died ytsterday at her boms. 1 West Seventy-second Street. She wss a dsushter of the late Martin A. Howell, once Preaident ef- the New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company. Mrs. MARTHA LOUISA JOHNSON CAP EN. a former resident of Brooklyn and for tbe last forty years a roldont ef Bloom-field. N. J., died at her borne in that city on Thursday In ber elfBty-flfth yeer. She was born In Buenos Alree. Mouth America, and was the widow of Frederio W. Capon. She to survived by five sons. HENRY SET MORS ORIFFIN. -a real aetata operator, with an efftos at 100 Broadway. Manhattan, died In the Jamaica Hospital on Thursday after an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Griffin was 47 years eld snd lived at ef Or snd Avenue. Jamaica, L. L lis left a widow and a son. , I. WATNE VON LEER, a mining engineer, died st his home, 194 Henry St., Brooklyn, on Tbunday. In hi- fifty-ninth year. He was a native of Decatur. III., and a member of the American Civil and Mining Rnsineere' Society and of Montauk Lodge KM, F. and A. M. BENJAMIN 73. BAPTISTS. 84 years old. a retired real estate operator and a resident ef Brooklyn for not than fifty years, Is dead at Ms late home. 440 Forty second Street. During the civil war be was employed in the Brooklyn Nery Yard, snd later bold a position in the New York Custom House, He is survived by five sons and two daughters, HANS OBORGE 6IMMONR. In the dry goods oommts ion builnees in Msnhattan. died from- heort disease oa Tbur.d&y st his home. J4 flt- John's Place, Brooklyn. In his thirty-ninth year. ' CHARLES NIMMO, a retired baker, of Brooklyn, and a member of Clinton Lodes 43.. F. and A. M.. died on Thursday at hie borne, 1.871 Broadway. Brooklyn, aged 75 ear. O. B. SMITH, a retired datrrmaa. of Ja maica. L. 1., died on Friday at the home of bis daushter. Mrs. Oeorge Baits. 13o Hall Street. Brooklyn, la his eighty-second ear. Mies CATHERINE LOR ETTA MCRPHY. a teacher la Vub.le Reboot iM, Brooklyn, died ei.oer residence. ja .yrans Avenue. Brook-Irn. tttie-ees-yeeWokf TlfOMAS" MORRISON.if Veteran of the '.civil -wef.: oed" yesterday at the borne of ni oausmer. sire, u, r . Aoama. ta tlain- neio, t. j., la bis aeventy-feurttr yeaY. I Tbe Rev. JACOB J. AIAMS, nietrlct I SupertnUadent of the A. U. E. Zlon Church i and formerly paster of churebes In. Ni Jersey, died yeeterdsy at his home in Wet. field. N. J., in ,hls fifty -lxtb ysar. leaving i one son. Mrs. MINNIE STEWART CONE, wlfs of Spencer Houghton Cons, inaasf r of a tbeat-nsi ageney here, died oa Friday In Cincinnati, Ohio, where shs waa a member of im utue risynouse eompaay. WILUAM M. MOLT, a retired busisess man of ratsrson, f. J., died on Thursday st his some there in bis sixty -ear en Lit yesr, lesving sight children. ANTHONY C, OUNTr.nt, an undertaker here for twinty-sevea years and a resident ef see First Avenue, died en Friday in the Radium Sanitarium. 5 West Seventieth Street. In bla forty-eighth year. FRANCIS L. Rt-TLEDGB, eon of Mr. and Mis Klohard Rutledge of Morris Plains. N. J.i died at his home there on Friday, in bis tent-i,intb year. - PATRICK FENNELL. a retired contractor, died oa PYtday at bis notno In Oraase. N. J.. In bis seventy-first year, leaving bis wlfs and son. Dr. JOSEPH DOB80N. e veteran of the Boer war. durtns whub he ssived as a sur-seen wltb tho Urlusb Army, died yesterday in Bridgeport, Conn., In ali eighty-first year. ADAM DANNER, a real eiuts developer, who wss active la lbs founding ef Sherwood Park. led yesterday at his homo on tbe Hrons hlver Road, la Mount Vernon, In bis fifty-sixth year. His wife and tea children survive blm OEuRliE E. MITCHELL for more than thirt.vea years oaanected erlth too Lew Vera Custom riiuee. died yesterday at hie noiae. SI Hberman Street, Brookln, ef heart JlsesM. H was Mi in LsnsJigburg, N. T In tbe son ef John H. and ttaebet J. Mltcbell. At the time of hie deatb be was Acting Deputy Collector la the Custom Serv. k. Mr. Mticbull is survived by his wife and a unugbiar. Mrs. Ucnsiu M. Strong. LEWIS OSTEnWETB, a cigar manuLtet-urer. widely known In trsde circles In the East, died In New Haven, Conn., yeetetcajr, ta bis eightieth year, after a long Illness. Dr. THOMAS A. FLETCHER, a farmer Alderman of Mount Vrnon and a member of the board of Education, died . suddenly on Frldsy nlgbt st hla home there In his sixty-ninth rear. Cap Lain ALEXANDER C. DENNISON. one of tbe best-known steamship commanders oa tne Atlantic Coast, died on Friday from heart disease In Portland. Me.. In bla fifty-second yesr. THOMAS SKEltSE. a contractor and resident ef Flushing U L. for many years, died en Friday night In tbe hospital there la bla evcuty-aeveaib yesr. E. LUTHER JOY. active id business for many years In Newark. N. J., died VMierdav at his home, 8W4 Hroad Street. Newark. In his eighty-sixth year. He was born in Benson. Vt.. and wss tho head of L Joy Si Co.. rubber manufacturers, until It waa aiseoB- tlnued in 17. 13 tni : BENDIX.-Son. Abert-Hunt Bendls. to Mr. and Mra Harry H. BeadU of J0 River-etoe Drive. Nov. ia., . JACKKON.-Te Vt. and Mrs. J. M. Jsckson, Ine Mse l Levlt.) LOU Lexicgton Av., oa Nov. 12. a daughter, Roelyn Florenco. MENDEL0ON.-Nov. ti, at Lying-ln-Hee-pltal. New York City, to Mr. aad Mrs. Abo M. Mendeison, (nee Carrie Rukeyasr.) a daughter. Milwaukee and. Cblosge sapets please oopy. SILVER. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silver,' nee Ada Levy,) a eon at tbe 1 German Hospital. Nov U. !. STVDWKLL, Nov. go, Flatbush. to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stud well, a eon. Cnfftgro, DAVIS BRENEiL Sr. and Mrs. L. Brsner ef 1,0. 4 t-roepett A v. ennounos the betrothal ef their daughter Sophy to Mr. Lsuls Davta. DAVIS OSHINSKY. M-s. Joseph Oshlnsky . of 181 Weat seta St.. will give a reception at the Hotel Savoy on Sunday, Nov. IS, from 4 to 7 o'clock. In honor of ths eassssmsat of h-r daughter Orac to Mr. Isaac Herman Davis. Ne cards. FRAN K DORSON. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dorson of net Simpson ft. wieh to announce the engacemenl of their daughter Lillian to Mr. Maurice Frank of New York City. MeDAGE KELYNACK. Mr. and Mrs. Rich-aid Kelynack of Crettnood Park.i N. J., announce the engsgementot their dsggh-ter, Nors Gertrude, to Mr. Chsrles Mc-Dase of Bel fart, Ireland. PEOOS FARO ELI The entrCrement of Helen Oertrud Farrell of 73$ West End Av, to Dr. Harry MacDonald Pecs of this city wss announced iaet evening at a . reeeption (111 at tbe Hotel Aator. C A STL K CA flPEXT W Bsatrioe I. Car- penter to Jack L. Castle. . QLASNER LEHNHART. Mr. and Mrs. tFrederk-k Lehnhart of Richmond HI1U 8. L. announce the nurrlage of their daurb--r. Anne Marie, to M. . Rodolpb W Ullam Olaaner of Chicago, Nov. SS, laid. HOLME ERAOO.-On Saturday. Nov." SS, IBIS, at ths resideaos of the bride's parents, Yonkers. N. T by the Rev. Clarence McClellsn, Jr.. Lota daushter -;of Captain and Mrs. Henry T. Bragg, ta Raymond Arthur Holme. PAGE POC Percy E. Page and Gertrude at. Pee, marrlel Nov. 1 tela. SORENSON SIBBALD. On Nov. M. by Rev. Dr. . Morgan. Sarab M. Sibbaid to August L. fio.snsoa. WARREN EE ARKET. On Nov. 2S. at SX Ueerge's Chureh. Oeorge Earle Warren . and Anna Lorstta Kearney, Brooklyn. FARN8WORTH PLVMRIDCE. Nov. Flwina H. Plumrldge to Frederick C. Fsrneworth. HKNEST-KNCT.-Nov. S3. Marl Kney is L. Robert Hensy. NIEHR STEINBERO. Nov. 23. Bertha PtHnberg to William Nlehr. SMITH FREEMAN. Nov. 23. Ethel E. Freeman to Oeorse T. Smith. WIELER NEWMAN. Nov. 22. Anna New- man to Walter H. Wleler. BENSON. Annis C. Funeral from John 3. Fox Chapel. 1 .00 Bathgate Av., Bronx, Sunday, Nov. 20. at J P. M. Interment w'aedlewn. - BIEN.-At En rle wood. Jf. J en Satwrdsy. Nov. its tia, Myrs Ellen Field, beloved wife of Franklin Blen. Funeral private. BLAUVBLT. at Tens fry. N. J Satnrtsy. Nov. 25, 191, Mary Cella Dresser, widow of the 1st Albert Blauveic la bar eighty-third year. FtneraJ eervcee at her let residence, Hlllelde Av., Ten fly. Tuee-day. 2th. at 2 SO o'clock P. M. BLL'MRNTHAL. Bern bard, beloved hurband , of Lena and father of SamueL Funeral from his lets residence, 4.03a Jamaica .- A v., near Woodland Avs Woodhaeaa, L. . I.. Sunday, Nov. SO. t M P. M. BONNEL. Buramit. N. J., - Nov. S4, ll. . Jonathan Craito, eon of tho hue Jonathaa Bonnel and Emily L. Russell. In tbe ftTtb year ef hie age. Funeral private. Kindly emit rower. CANT1NE. Etitered Into rest en Friday. Nov. 24. at Sums Rt ige. N. Y., Charlotte Has-brouck. wll of the late Junes Cantiae, aged M years. Funeral service st her bora oa Monday. Nov. ST. at 2:0 P. M. CAPFV rn Thuredey evening. Nov. 29, at nwr rvraamce. rTanaiin St., tuoom-field, N. J.. Martha Louisa Johnson, wlfs ef ths 1st Frederio W. Capon, In her sRth year. Funeral services win be held on Mndsy. Nov. 27. st P. M. Carriage will meet Laekawaaaa train lea via Hobokeo at 2 SO P. M. COLFORD. Laora Francos Coiford. wlfs ef ninney J once conoro. la tbe eotb year of her see. of pneumonia, at 3U Waet eTtb ft.. New York Cliy. She leave a son, Ptdney Coiford. Jr.; a stter. Mrs. Me-Carty Little ef Newport. K. L. and a bmther, Mr. Edward Chartrand. She wes a sister-in-law ot Mra, Columbus O'DonneU laelln and Mrs. Francis de R. Wiseman. Funeral services sill be held on Tueeday. Nov. 2. st tbe Church of Zlon and St. Timothy. 334 Weet &h St. Intsrnmnt at Sleepy Hollow, private. DAV1DOK. On Friday, Nov. 24. 191. Agnes B.. asugnter of u iste uuam fleeter Davldse. native of Bury St. Edmunda, Enslanl. Servtcee at 11 o'clock Mood ay morning at bar residence. 132 PscHle St. Brooklyn. Funeral private. DAVIS, oi Thursday. Nov. 23, 1lt, st her restoenc. no. .ui it l, Waaingtoo. D. C. Frederlca Oore, widow of Joha Cbaadier Bancroft Darts aad daughter ef James Oai e in the etxhty-olihth J ear ef her sgs. Funeral services st a, ohn's Church, Wssbtngton, en Meadsv sftarnoon. Nov. 27. at 2:?-0 e'tlors. . tanwnl at Jamaica t . f m - - mornlna'. Nov. Ha. oa arrival of trsla i leavlns Penn. Terminal, asd St. and 7th I OREiS. Andrew, Jr.. WUiard Parker He-Av st 10 o'clock. Special oar. pltal. Nov. 20. DB COPPET. Oa Saturday. No. 23, 111S. , QROUAN. Anna. .WIS West 143d St. Nov. Jane Annstiong Howell de Oepcet. ' daushter ef the Ute Martin A. HowelL Funeral servlcee at ber late raaidenc, ' 1 Wart 7 2d St. on Sunday, Nov. 20, at S P. M. - - DB SOTO. At his realdeoc. 1,02 Lincoln Place. Brooklyn, on Nov. 25. laid. Ralph Do Soto, aged 5 year. Funeral notice later. -.;...;-..- DEV renins st 7 .00 P. M. Servlcee and In I r l. . tsrmant at Pei.n Tsn. N. T. Funeral director. C. J. Coyla. 24 East SOtb St DUNN. T. Joeeiio, M. u., on tuuooay', Nov. 2a, 191. runerai froes ba late reeldenco. Lews Valentloe Av.. TreatoaL Monday, Nov. 27, at 10 A. M.. thence lo Church of Our Lady ot Mercy. NaiUn Av.. Fordham Road. Interment bu Raymond's DUNN. The Alumni Association of Fordham linlveraity wtia dset re ret to death of our fsiluw-mombs , Dr. T. Joseph Dunn of the claa of 84. on Thursday. Nov. 2H, leld. Members are requoet-ed to attend tbe funeral at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy. Marlon Av., Fordham Koad. on Monday, Nov. 27, at IS . Dr. GEORGE LEITNER. President. HENRT HEIDE. JR.. BcrUaiy. DCNN. Dr. Thomas Joetph Dunn. It Is with deep regret that we an no nee to the Bclety of Alumni of Bellevoe Hoe- Eltal the deatb or Dr. Thomaa Joeepb unn, aooond Medlcsl Dtvteton, lais. Funeral services will be h-ld on Monday. Nov. 27. lt A. M.. at Valentin Av., Tremont - --R. 3. WILSON, M. D.. Preatdent H. a BLACK WELL, M. D.. Secretary. DUNN. Tb Medical Board of Fsrdhm Ho, pltal notes witb aurtQW the deals et Dr. Duan. senior visiting physician to Ford-hsm Hoepltsl. and ths member of the beard lost keenly the loss ot their vslusd collesgu snd f. lend, ALEXANDER NICOLU M. tX. Pre,, of Medical Board. O. RF.E8K SATTERLEO. M. P.. 8ecr. tary. DUNN. Th mmben ef the Medical Board of 8t Laurence Hoenltal are reoueeted to attend ih funeral servlcee of their let colJeagu. Dr. T. Joseph Dunn, oa Men-dsy. Nov. 27. Wia T. D. MERRIOAN. M. TX. Secretary. ENNI8. On Thursday, Nov. SS. ISIS. Catherine E. Ennl. widow of Joeepb Ennts. Funeral Motday, S:U A. M.. from bar late rMldsnco, 4SS Convent Av. j thence to 8t Catherine- Church. lMd St. near Amsterdam Av. Mass 10 o'clock. Intsratent Calvary Cemetery. . . FLETCHER. At Mount Vernon, N. T.. aud-dnly, Friday. Nov. 24, lUld, Dr. Tbomaa A. F: etc ber. Funeral servl e st th Cheater Hill M. E. Church. Mount Vernon. Monday, Nov. 27. at 8 P. M. 0AILLARD. Elisabeth Le. widow of WU, lam IX Oalllard of Charleston, S. C ud-denly at Waterbury. Conn.. In ber T4th Sear. Funeral notice later. Charleston . paper plss copy. OODFRET. At Tb Oakes. Broolawn. Bridgeport Conn.. Nov. xA. 191. Mary Elisabeth Gtlea. wife of Jonathan Godfrey, seed 68 year. Friends are Invited 1 attend tb funeral at her la' home, Th Oak, on Monday, the 27tb Inst., at 1:30 o'clock P. M. Conveyances will meet friends st th railway elation. Bridgeport, Conn. Burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery GUT E. STEIN Jacob, suddenly, on There- day Nov. za. st his reeideoce. io aim St., New Roche lie. N. T.. la hi both yj, father of lUrry. laaae. Moeea. Sarah, and Bertha fioodbetm. Funeral servlr Sunday morning. Nov. 2A, at II o'clock, at Mount Hope, Cypres Hill Cometery. Members of Reuben Lodge, I. O. F. S. of I. ; Copernicus Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Humboldt Lodge. 612. F. sad A. M.. are Invited to b preant Pleass omit flowers. JACOBUS. Died on Nov. 2S, 11. after a btlal lllnee. Emanuel Jacobus, beloved husband of Carrie Rchofield and father of Rita, Edna and Rutn Jscobua. Funeral from his late rwjidenc. 1.22) Md!on A v.. N. T. C. Tuesday. Nsv. SS. at 0 A. M. Member of National Lodge, No. . F. A A. M., Pro tree Clah. Club D Juo and frlnd are Invited to attend. JACOBUS. National Lodg No. SOS. F. A A. M.t In U.e deetb ef worsniptul tsrotnar EAnanu! Jacobu. a reat and good nan hs been loot to Masonry In central and to National Lodse In particular. He Was a strong pillar of tb lodg. maintaining an activ and helpful Inter t In tn workings, with uneelfleh ' devotion to Ite welfare. He was true to every Maeonlo teaching, an inspiration to each brother, respected and beloved by all. Vfm are bowed wlUi a i ro found grief aad our dees sorrow to s tertlmoutal that hla life had not been H-wd In vain. Hs rived a man. He lived a Maaon, Fraternally JACOB L. WALL4CH. Master. 1ft ROSEVBEHOER. Secretary. JACOBUS, NaKenat Lodge. No. goS, r. A A. M. : Brethren. Tou are rum monad t attend aa ewrargent communication on Tueoa morning. Nov. SS. 191, st W o'clock sharp, lor tbe purpose ef partld-' paling In the laat ssd rite of our fraternity over tbe remain af our deceased brother. Weret.lpful Emenul Jacobua. at hi Ute residence, t,S2a Madison Av. Fraternally JACOB L. WALLACH. Master. R. R08LNBERQER. Seeretary. JOT. At Ntwarb, N. J., en Friday. Nov. 24. 1S1, E. Lutber Joy, In hi fth year. Funeral anrvlco will be held at hie 1st Home, b4 Brand St. oa Tuesday. Nov. 28, at T. M. KEVLIN. John J., beloved father ef Mrs. w.'iUiara Lalor. Dr. Jose hlne Keviin. and John Frank Keviin. Furaral from hi Ists reeidence. 40 East IT.Vh St., Mon-iar, Nov. 27. 6:30 A. M. nequfcrn tnaa at fU Joseph' Chureb st 10 A. M. Interment Ht. Raymond's. MeCOY. On Nov. Ci. Leonle Brodhesd, wlf of John O. 1Cov. end daushter of J. Davie snd Cecile Harvter Brodhead. ed 23 years. Funeral from Bt Barnard' . Chuhsh, Eaatesv Penn., . Meoday, at U :; o'clock, : . A nJfjpwo ww tbfeu Atdl Wat.wa. I . I yauey ne McQuU. Ulovjd wit otU'?fZL Funaral 4oreorrew7u. .wU. wu . v., sis, " Mtseuwva tl" M A IaIN K w-ThSMSL Xll KdL.4 "tin mniei r. fevaney oi r.ngm t.o. tri ulTHElui Jwena T It of the N. T. F. D. Funeral bar 1st L ZZTZZSil ?uiL reeiienos. zo Et Z3ctb t-. on Sunoav McCTlEERT.-On Saturday. Nov. 55. Andrew , B. McCreery. son ef ta lav Janet and -Fanale Crawford UeCrerry, la his tk year. NoUce sf funeral later. McDONOl'GH. On Saturdar. No. J Isabella Kerr, widow ef Meory McDoooush. Funeral servkw at parlor ef S. M-"oi Ses 710 Sth Av.. Tuesday, at 1040 A. M. MBSKIU On Nee. 2s. Margarwt MsklIL Funeral from her late .reeioono. oom of Miss M. Lyons.) 127 Weet 173d Su Nov. I7i tt M X. M.. .theoce to Cburrk of IacamaUoa, Hftth 6t aad 8. Ntcasles A v.. where a requiem naaeo wlU bo celebrated. In le. meet Calvary. MOO RE. -Mr. Ellen, at ber raddence, UT Central Park Weet. F. Ids. Nov. 24. aged e years, solemn mas ot toquiam, ll-JL. M.. Holy Nam Chureb, o ft. aad Am. , stardam Av.. Monday. Jot. tl. later-ment Calvary Cemetery. PATZOW8 KT, At hie resldenco. 1.011 Jef-ferson St. WSmlnglon. Del., on. flatar-day. Nov. 1. Hlciiard. belod bus-band of ths Iste Sophia I'sisowakr end devoted father of Antoloetto and Louise Fleiecb snd" Amtlls and Ferdinand Pat-sowskl. In the Mh yesr of Mo sc. Kelative snd frlende ef tbe fsmUy, sles fu ce tie Lod,e. No. Ma, F. A A. U-i New York Coneiatort. A. A A.' Rne; Lo La Temple. A. A. O. N. M. Phlka-delpbla: Procreeele, (-rogresa dub. New l or, snd sll other organlsstletts of which be waa a member are litd b r-- T' attend funeral srvlns Tueedav aft' aeon, Nov. I. at 1:20 o'rlork. at Cbap-I. Linden Hfil Cemetery. Brovklyn, N. Tw whore UHat meut will lab piace, l'eten. ' Mane.. Sooth Bead, lad and Western ' paper please copy. pERRT. Chart. P-ei - THB FI'NERAL CHURCH. Broadway, eotb and eTth. Men-day. 11 o'clock. Auspice Aator Fund, PTPFrl. On Tbsreder. Nor. 23, lSlft. at New Tork CRy. Robert A. Piper. In tho eightieth rev of hi age. The funeral servlcee will bo bold at the Chapel. Greenwood Cemetery, yotb St. and FtTtb Av.. Brooklyn, oa aonday morning. Nov. 2. at II e'clork. POWER. On Tbnroday. Nov, 98, the Rew. Joha J. Power; beta Kllteely, Cawaty LlmorVk. Ireland, brother ef the tats Mrs.. Asna Rye, oaeie of EUeabetb aad Catherine MoPoUn aod Jam. F Ryan. Funeral from 21 Jomel Place to EL Roe of Lisa Church. West lMb St. Monday at 10 A. M. Please emit newer. RILEY.-O Friday Nov. 34. Ult, at bee rr-Vlence. East 4th St, Reee A. RlWy. beloved mother of Kate N. Riley, tis- qulem mass ea Mender, Nov. 37. at 1 cloca. at St. I'ttfkk , CatKeirhs A, and SOta 8t Intel mint private. Dee Mot sea paper at requested to oopy. BVLLIVAN.-Oa Nev SS. Jeanetta 1L. wife of J. J. Sullivan. Funeral services at her late reaideac. All XV t 112th. e Monday valn Nov. 27. at S P. M. TREVOR. Vaughan, Pemaine lying ta tt THE FUNERAL CHCRCH. breed war. eHb aad 7tb, Servloaa St Chryeoetom'S Church, aotb snd 7tb Av.. Twesdsy. It e'clork. susplce Actors Fsnd. VAN BRUNT. Edmund C. beloved husband of Florence Heal, ea Saturday. Nov. SX 191, of pneumonia. Serb.e at bis Ute residence. IM park Av.. Loom, s. J., Mwday. Not. 27. at S.1S P. M. Interment private. VAN NAME. Annie C. wlfs ef Oorar Van Nam. Nov. 2 .11. Tuoerai pmete on Monday. Nev. 27. 8RODA.Iareb; -e4 Kaa Ulb St. Nev. 24 Kaneral tomorrow. SO A. M. COX. Catherine M.. 4 St Mcbolas At.. Nev, 24. Funarnl notW-e later. COX. Jeeeph A.. STO Let ai. Nee. XX. Fusel si tomorrow, SO A. 14-DANlEi. Leulae. le East 2 St, Nov. 24, aged 7a Funeral teday. 1 A. M. DA-NNENFELKtR.-Marun. 2.211 ChaUor- tn Av.. -Hreei.. Nev. 34. ased si. DONOriC K. KatAertne. an Amateream Av., Nov. 24. Faaeral tomorrow. TX3LEY. Ntrboia. I3S West 30tb St Nov. aj. runerai waay. io A. M. runerai tooay. io A. CUNTZEIt-Antboay O, Ml lit Av., Nv. - 24, aged 47. Funeral tomorrow. HAOELWE1DIB. Bnuna M. K.. LUS Tailor .. Av., Bmox. Nev. 24, gd SO. Futaerei . Wnajr. t P. M. ' - LANE. Catherine, 2S4 East 140th St, Ne. 34. Funeral tamsrrse, S A; M. 2toXERMOTT. Annie, rtt Aswrtersaav Av.. ltB nu, SV. ilea a at, Nov. M MATEPU-JiaUiUdoH. 44 -. Court land t AT.. Bronx. Nov. 24. Funeral today. M0RAN. Anul. S30 East SOtk St, N. 24, Funeral teday, 2 P. M. O'REILLY. beeal. 275 West 141st St, No. 4. Fuaersi tomorrow. :M A. M. PORTMAN . John. -42 ve t lata at. Nov. ti. Funeral today. I f. H. RK A .Cat ben a. .M Sd A.. Nov. 24. Funeral tomorrow, v:H0 A. M. ROONET. Mary, 401. West lodth St. Nov. 23. Funeral tomorrow, 10. Ik A. M. SAVAGE.-1-atrUk, . 24 stb Av.. Nov. 32. ' Funeral today. 2 P. M FHEK ix AN. Thomaa P.,. a7 Foroat Av.. Bronx, Nov. 24. - F aceraj tomorrw, L' A. M. SMITH. Aunl C. 220 Beat 24th B, Nov. 22. Funeral today. 2 P. M. SMOLET.-M1IU. Vto 24 A v. Nov. 24. Fu- . nerel toaay. 10 A. M. Wit mi. Am oe Lb &14 Wt 1341b St. No. 24. Funeral todsy. If, II. - -. BrwsUye. - AMOROSO. Anna, i oarrlson St,' Nov. 23, aaevi 1 nionua. fiAPllSfCl-HwOamln-a, 440 43d BU, Nov, 34. Kvnei ai teroorrow, t P. M. BAHbEnX Mary. Norwogtan Hospital,-Nov. 24. UOOblER. Kseiab. tie Rocbaster Av No. 24. Kuoh-sI tomorrow. BJtANDMAtER, Chrlstlaa. 1.07 Cypreee A v., Nov. M. agsd 41. Fuasral tomorrow. a P. M. CONNOr..-John, 174 at Mark's Av., Nev. IS. Funeral tomorrow, 10 A. M COOKE. Catharine J.. 20 Creenrnt St. Nov. 24. aged 17. Funeral Nev. x. DAMELU-Annie, 2..VM Cooper Av., Nev. 24. unerai tomorrow, l A. M. OANZ. Joeeph. King County lloepltal. Nov. 23, sgsd 2 months. OLAZEH. Dlna. l.ftie Pitkin Av.. Nov. 2S. aged 2. GUKSKA. Natalia. 737 8th A v., Nov. 33, Funeral tomorrow, 1:30 A. M. HART. -Pa trick. 7 East Mlb St. Nev. ti, sged 47. BA L T MAN, M orris, Jswloh HoapttsJ. bts. 25, a red , HEN N EN LOTTXR. Eveiya E-. 27S Oold gt. Nov. 23, sged a. HtLTON.-Kste M. TMtaat Std 4K.. New. S4. UOMMELL. Elisabeth, lab South Qnierd Be. ' Nuv. 2a, asJ tt. KXNNEDY-Joha, eNew Su Nev. 24. aeed SB. tCIRBt'. Ruth. St CarUtophsrs Hospital. Nov.- 2. LEVINS. Harry, 492 Carlstopbar At, Nev. 24. a red 2. McFADDEN, Margaiwt, STf D Kalb Av, Nov. 34. Funeral tomorrow, e A. M. McK EON. Catherine A.. 1.412 lloklmr Bt, Nov. 24, aged 4. Funeral Nov. M. MAUNOROSKL Mary. U iiudeoa Av., Nsv. smI. MO0RE--Tbomaa J, A27 Both St, Nsv. 24. seed 92. Funeral today. NORTH. -John C Ul Smith Bt, Nsv. 24. krel 4U. f"unerl Nov. 2. 0BR1EN.-Marart 1 5tb Av, Nv. S3. ased 4. PARKA. Mary U, 144 North th at... Nev. 24. ased BU RE PCH. Alfred F..VU Msrton Bt, Nsv. 24. Funeral tomorrow, I 30 A. M. ROSK.KFELD Aaron, Jih Hoapttai. Nv. 24. aged OS. STRAC8!. Anna. 105 Bleerber St.. Nev. 14, avd OS. runerai tonterrow. I T, M. STUTA Frank. 8.7SI Bar Stb SL. Nsv. 24. sged 4A Fuaersi tomorrow. VON BORi JEN. Richard, 223 Hswthera St. Svr. 24. sgvd 4 mooXha. Wll K Elfumlna. 671 OUtb St. Nov. 24. s-d . WHHON. John H., 1.457 Hancock Ft.. NO. 25. ssed 04. Funeral today, 2 P. M. WI!HIN8KT.-Meyer, 2tt East 124 St, Nov. 23. sgvd S2. In SPrmuriim. ADELAON. In loving memory of Ptanre Adelson. (ne Klein.) beloved wife of Lout a. Adeleoo and mother of Norma and Miriam, commemorating th flrvt pa-ntveraary of her deatb. Nev. SI. 1SIA. MICHAELS. The wnvelllng of the meaeoleqm erected In memory of laaao Mlchssls will . take place Dec. I at 2 P. M. at Mswnt Neboh Cemetery, rn ce ef rata, will take place the following aoaday. . . WHARTON. la loving memory of CTtart B, w'barton. who died Nov. 1014. HI8 SISTER. W7AONKOW. Died. Not. SO. to. Hermes Wronhow. Upe, who went to aleeo. Thy loving face I alwaye see And hope eome day to be wltb thee. I often alt aad think af yu wbea J am all For memory la the only friend that grtaf can can Us owa. Tour wife. Fro. EN a. FRANK L CAMPBELL CiaCLB l4 I WINTERB0TT0M AMERICA'S BURIAL PARK 440 acre located In Weetcheeter Coaary beyoad ' tba city limits; permanency assured; eeverel fin motor row tee 10 property; lot from 114 p; undeanmiaa-tiocsl; train direct from Oread Central Terminal: aak for "Book of Vie we" aad further Information at city office. 11 park Avenue, corner 4 1 at Street New Tork City Telrphonee- M u n Tt yH lll 1 1 1 1 -1 1 4 2. THE W00DLAWN CEMETERY" tit Bt By Harlem Train and ty Trolleys. Office, 2 Kant lid St.. New Tork. Let of small la for aale. For Palo. Lot tn Wood awn Cbmeterv. Wbat I your offer T g ISA Times. Lot Yor sale. Wood 1 s wn Cesaetery 1 great bargain. U. 8, 1,4X2 Broadway. Boons 711. MRS. MASON DIES IN PARIS. Ex-Coheul CeneraTa Widow Was Active In Social Work In Europe. PARIS. Nov. r. 4:13 P. M Mrs. Jennie V. Clrchard Maaoo. widow et Frank H. Mason, former American Consul General In Par:. dld hero today, liert son, 'Dean H. Mason. American Consul at Algiers, waa at her bedside. Mrs. Mason, who wa 72 years d. waa the daughter of Judge Matthew Clrchard of Wsrrcn. Ohio. Mra Mason waa one of the pest kno havtpg oient fort band During tho war she had been occupied wim ueictnn irtiei mors. Frank H. Mason, who ree'gne-1 whl.O Consul In Paris in Idl.l. died In that city on Juno -I last- II was nearly ieJlU" " Am,CAn C"'ulr; e view i .... Mrs. Laura Frances ceuerd. Mra. Laura PYance Coiford. wife of Sidney Jones Coiford. and a pioneer e u . . v., i t died yesterday at her home. SU Weet Plfty-ae-venth treat, la ber station, -r ? -' .?' A nullum. rTWiini a-wwp-u. . Coiford. Jr. and a sister of Mrs Anl'a M. Littlo. widow of Carlaln VT. Mc-tarthy UtUo ef the Vaitod Slats Navy. Police Department News Advancement ta grade of patrelsaea, f-fectlve Indlrated. To 11. eOO gr4e: F. Meaahan, 14. Dwa. t: Jwba K. TrtmWle. eo. Dew. . rreatner. 4A, fee. 11; R. aora, iiee. ta. . r .... j rw. a m . .vm,... a , va,w-p wm fc , - . w. R. A. MeMabea. It; W. H. Cwwley. If; A T, u Klanaettit. M ' W F O Ceo see. l: J, evWe.lace, 73. F O. Ullra, SI: A. i. LeeliS. 2d; J. Van Polfew. si. H, J. ksvensra, 41. A- N Molrwib. ; C R, BeecA. d; J. F. A. beaaott IU T. OCee. aor. J4: J U Pswecb, !". P. Curve, lie, J. R. Flnnen. 11. A. M Srbvpw, IM. J. 3 Dweibl-r, U. J. fa nh ! las, C Mara. tu. J J Meseer. X., M A. 0NeilU 2SI; M. J. Nslderry. let Diet I ft Bailie, 24 list.; H. J Cereaedv. aa (net; bv 3. Deeoboe. tb Enac. R- Jeebtee. Traf l B; TC n, krV-keeo Traffic C. J U Hayee, TreffV B. W. J. EHUea. C U. T II.400 grsfto. Dee. 14. J T O ghee, 7; H. C Ha (ana. It. It. A Srbellbetmer. 21. J. A. Fackaer, 21. D. D Oembie. tl ; J lffr. Sd. O. V l-riraeat. M F J H1 " ".'-Li u' P Kle'a, J V t V: M. J. McXoscbll, b. O K. Kataer. at. C W. I Ward. CI. J I peace 41 J. J. Carrot. 100. C -liL It H TO 11. lie tirade. Iee- II: J rreeene . II : J Frederleha t; M. Cully. I. P. F. OCoaeee. 4. D a Ulkf, 4; D. Mre-a. 7; W. J. Wa-laee. I. W. Coletnsa. U . J. It M datna. I; C F, 7oyt. It: K. Mabee. 1 4 : W. C MIL II. L. F. Kaaderf. l. '. J. Jabtewehb 14. J t Itredertca, 1. V . r Heebl. 14; C J id. Keeea. 1 1 11 Waam,aa t ? J fallal II: W. P. McUrmaiL I . J. JrbAlttb-rli ll; J. Brederick, i. A Ve Beftbetd, I.;' C. Utrtvif, ;, W Hilgem, It: 3 3. MrLavghlia. 41; H. Cereit 4k; F. 3. Mr-rey. 44; C Martbauaea ftl A. J Peel- . ee, lit; L. C Vtoet, 141: U. t be 144; H. Schwab, 144, J athwart 144. J. Rey, e'ls. 141: J. 3 M. ether ae. ill 3 P ' M'tlak. if I; J K Thier. Iff. J P tew-bae. 171; W aet.-ert. If 4 T VT. Reeher. 174; F. A. Wlieee, 111, W Caecb, C O; W. A. 7rady. C. X ; W. V. Raw, D, . O. L. O Cesser. D. It; F Msser. D K . ' J A, Hill. U H. II Ksjeer. let Diet. T- A. amltb, (d tet.. J t . eee, 4b I "1st i T F. Mov,uiiie, lth I Hoc . Mr H , tstter. Trffic It. M F. Do I . T A Uileaihat I; R. Har. 4: 3 F ulaaeer. 4; J. Raeecb, I; X, J. StieSevtcb, I ; T A. Hill. II: J K. J Ocelly. 11. C Kee-nedy. 14; E. J. birMsbea. 1: C. A. J -So-sea. It: J. J. bheniay. II. r. a a Cre. peeu. 14; K. T Mtber, II; 3. A McKay. II; U. Ha meed. :i; M. Tareey. It: J. B. (illlmaa. 11 . k. O. Zalier. 14. J. Ma ale, tl; R. J. Braaefteld. II. IX T., 4; M. H. Doiaae, II; O, W. Van K.ies, i; t- r. oaal. ll. F M. Coffer. II. C. O Wei-TV II. II: W. P. tHehae. II . a, J.i hursea. lil- W. A. Sett. 114; W. a ! Bcbwebel. 11 ; 3. G riffle. 111 ; w It. I Reege. Ill; H. R Kelly. Ill: 3 R Curree ' ftesge. Ill; H. 74 Kelly, I4: 3 R Curree 17: F. E- loeoa. Ill: ll rul iTt- A 1 f-t'f.Hl ; L Y. Moencb, II ; D. La u ; j. r. riremisger. ill: j A. U ad J. T C. Pltscb. lj; J. Taeechner. Traf. To l.lft0 grade. Dec. I: H. Adamoc. ; L Prjper. 17. U. T. Aanaer. 20: J. R. wa. ,m- . ,H- A. M. Vtmwat. 2:t: J. J. j; R. Rector ; O. F. Moo. 29; M F. McLaughlin. 1: IK McArdi. 2s;l J. H. iw ,i 3. Oreeabert. 50; K. 11. Plmpei. 2: M. J. Cunnln.m. J. ea, .. P. Cnrtm. U; M. J. Olblln. C fX; F. U Tryr. C". O. ; A. Pullgnano, I. B,; C W. Cotifrey. J Diet. Ts grad. Deo. : U lUlpern. 21; B- Maefclel. 2; F. J. Conklln. 2. C E. Homer 20- M. Hurley. T . M. R, nHiuster. -J: O. H. Scberb. Tt. L M. piston. v J. J. Hytsnd. 1: E. J. Oallway. 151; J. J. Mc-Oulrk Mb Diet.: J. M. O Leery. Traffic K: H. A Darllns. Belwr It,; C. K, Hunter. 2t; K. F. Bttckhalts. 2; U Ce-nly. 2; i. F Healy. 29; O. A. Mxlunev. C I. II. "nreeoer. s: I. H. Wleeener. Woehrle. a; p Park, .s: f A Dtt: J. Crwhy. ) LUt; J. F. V ,r j 1 ton, t. To tl I VI srade. Pec ll O R. RJ-ara IT- T. P. MrLamey. 21: J. Tnrbhoimsr, ta: W. c. k. ne H1dn. 4: T. Cnrleht til- ' r' Kaieer. 112: J. Bhlrlda. D. B : T. Bradley is: L. Bnesbaat. SI , B Reere. SS: H. W f. tewe. a; j, QuiH. U. D, Caae. D. TA: P H. Merer, Traffte D. To ILI'A grade M rw- mwiev nnai avrtimnu. 4 r. bt. Nov. 20: Patrot J. p. Corcoran 11 i. H. F. Thleroaa. STSth. to 2d; Matron Mary A. Rnerldsn. 2d. to I4lh. On tJr ewe ap. pilostlno: J. Cronla. 2d. la teeth: J. I. Oal- via, lth. ta lenh; t. K. M Werawr. Mtt. to lOTtb: D. Kate. exd. to zotb: U. F. Ma- loney. 140th. is 171,1. btryrle duty; C. J. toroern. isotn. le l,2d: M FinklteUt 112 1 t HOth; J. Patterson. .-tk. to 2Tb A. W. l7th. to IT4tb nwoatrd' detr: J. O. I11-echau. ITlet. ea-lcnm. rharad feom b--yrw to mounted duty. E. II. Lehman. I72d le Ia2d: J. E. O lrlea. 17, ih. to nld. aa, Irnri . U mounted dt, dtenet. ; Matron kllea lle-node, tb. to 27th. l .mpofint aatbrnment4: Serst, 3. Muraky. ov. x. To (Mb larn. Dt.l frnra brarta. rndVwtw, duty la reld-w tremtaee. a darn. SAM Dee- I: P. MrCArthv. Mtb; J. Prenaa. 'llet ! J. ton Dolaon. XTlk. ll. M. wltitaey. Aid wn American women tn Europe, TKr . riae nLstea. see been active In social and rwnwv- Jf TLJrZ'Z? work in Dasie. Maroeiiioa. r ran- ... . . - r.rr - - . Berlin, and Part, where her bus- tkr . . CnZZ. . . ' served durinT Ms consular career. ui. fTT " . J. ; w. A. lilce. U B. h j. Tiers I. D 11 eirervwe of rwwrn Blan.e, I. D. C. Mller. U bv . i. F. H caen. D K. i rTu. "wa I. en t. bow Tern J. IL Dawson. TeL Iter ; T. V. Ulbasr I J 0,7 Srbeeia Aeoicaueoe eiu be rorwod Dtt; Q. A. Co ay. Id DttL ; A J Pbe- eas at Tewnewnd Heme Mall. tW la a Ith tiiai c a ih. .. . . m . I Street sad Amet-rssei Avenee. at OS T. ti. nl.... J" . I A. M.. aod at IKe bv tie - - - - Dec I; L. Pergolt 11. Daw. 11 " for Teeobere ra- pieiw ewet lo . iM. ua. e. i. Mensiog, 4 Tv.TV r. rr T. 4. t. Murray. 7; J. L, l-naTme7lu ". jfr," IwedUawet a oeewra e a T. F. Mullen. 1.- d UaV"TwI: "V r? V4" . CaiVSre e be baker, li, 4. w. nficiancb, J4: C. J Flaes. rwmaaalomM by tee her e pareet. ran. 41; A. W. Harriott J. Dr' IJUiaa M Kerta of th else. W J-. trll ill r. W. Claut. j. .1 aoota JO- iZrZl: Olwwe baa been aae4eted ae teaS nor 42; W. J. It. hoe. j. J. T.mJK44. li bwmagsr ,La eSieesTs? J. T. Wiegold. 41: J. Cohen 42- A beaZi. '- N , 42; J. J. Duffy, 1; K. A. mltb.'b" V Mul- r"'U Fraaea! of Heater Ceileee oro- ser, MS; J. J. cn.bltt. 14.; K. II Uerme-L "' eeverel eewee reeee tbe third end 142: J. T. W ill 1 1 f i. 7J. fourth acts ef iuwi oioy. " Le oewtre ee H. rnl riaeeee n wees-eiiaoew rairea e To l. ISO gral. 10 J J Oevent. 1 " xw Tors e.tww eaeeia eriae rar-en 1: A, J. Deviterh. 21 : il. W CTiet. 22 T J feonded th- pret 1 to I, end e e f"am-y, 2H; J UrCafrrey. 14. J A. rVler there are 23 etaeaae ever ebbta ee le th ; M. Wleeehel. lis VT. T. Ksonv T2- C lpetev. Tn lewtbewa was trtbwte h F. pellman. II. M. H. Reber 21 H ' gsj . tb fidelity b has shewn t bar work le Ftrrell. JA; J. rVhaumlneffel. M; J J ifae. tr many eewtneiea. Tber were re lauh. 24: M. J. o ronnw as- r- & vil , owe-to at tne Neea. A ewawaee wee aw. 10: H. M. Menla. TVaf ft eewted eo tee be.'ri etase 17lth. to TT!. .Kon;. h A M Nov UL to wa be4 Jew ft web eaea I P. M-, fee. M. I tir-l M. K-ot. I4ta. to wfe-a Ten we- ,e.ned a run efl C O. bouad. duty n efrtre of hnabewr SO wee lM re a n-tewe ( day. 4 r. M. Nov. Tt : J. (',rM IT-h end wr.ntan Mw S. ne W WeCweo. i T. Itrjn 2VK1. to rrt.a. brrw.,!'. II daya. " ewr FldtwA b. TV aa. A . 2d Inej Dl-t.. rleetral duty. 10 Save, t A. U . Marvwy he tt t O 1 , -. m awe eae- .ev. ji; r-flwp j. o Cenwr ecb, t 4:b I-he flttL 1 jv Ten, rr" ee n-e In, p. Ist. dutv ta raidd premlee. a dtn ' Paeoe-er . 3 Jbe O f nJ. 4 m i 4 I'. V.. Nev. pit J. F Lyon aim. le at rVi W W,e4werd e Oaeeet a-eeet. Inep. filet.-duty la raMed rrvavleaaTM ear. f-eWe I w a 0 OeaewM 14 Wae. , 4 r. Vt.. Vov. TT : J. r i.-u. mee. M a, tiwee iiv ae pa Wi.iwai C- tA bouad. datv In efrVe ef heakeeeer Am Hasermee. at vm fh .' met aa mm . -w- ea -w , uw www aanewa. e t daya. A. Vt. Nev. 2 ! II llrt'f a ll'l.l J-eee (area al t Jeer e ye A eoeO e-wi la-,... . ,aw Tveen to K. H. H. n.iaa4 outT r9T Pen lejt J JO wrt.ihaM SWree too. J M Sueei. I'ene w Pronhlrn. 22 Oat. I A M . Dae I T w I 2 . Meervw I pe-hwrg ej as qw-r ea-ee. he a Pi beaai baeao le lrhle, 2TTtb. t Xlet. , tat ion beeee "alt. 1 r,wwe Jr. w ea Twaee Mrf-aib 11 JW e.a. U day. 4 P. bt. Nov. in. " ' I kJcWard TrafTenA. kl r ,.W U. I t erm wee, to e-er- T. Trehi'- Scbonl rrem wroerra-te t-vt-.'?" rated S ye rrem A. M . Nev TT- I" I'"'- 2 tCsoe 10 J J tenaban. It. 3. bt Huehaa. II i A I rw..k . w the ifCerthy. 25; P Kenny 21: E. A fUelev.' 2S: P. Eemea. n arnmbtt ' O C Sherwien 2; H. K. Oreor. tS J. p. J Herrlneton 20: T. MiCsaley. 20; W r SrTi-aider. 22: J. I. Wnlltvan. rv W 1 nwi. Fsate Ano-ed LrFBLBIt. ANTON. Anrt t: net eetstn S4a.Tl: Antbey J. Lleber. Jceob A Lie ler. d Imr M t l-' r ''re- en. e ' reretved tit -T. end the reet perl be free e e-d-hlldren Ae-eta Kiett- t ?.v tn e. fA Weet lJWth St. efreteed at til T; enuity. PT.lwi. in 4". '.Vet i?wts Pt ap-preload t 111. M0. uoimpretet let st Wake- O'd Itronx I'ou t- Td rt , i i ,( Pluehtnc. L. 1. 22 yon n'e tnJranw. IIO.-1""; llo-k, and toed- of the New tork rottfnir Pnmfrr-. 470 t"- SAHIF.R A f iFt.lZ A r. ipen. ?, lt I Bt -etate. t1C4 AM: Kmrua a lehla Hole n. Pebler. and Kloren-e n Mer-lem. three denshtere. earh rwretei II" ITt Aerate Oee-bel' l-tret in 12 stb Av. Itl.710; bank. I7S22: bousebold fnmltoro ard other pereoaaity, (2.11: rariBge. 21e,2b. and stock aaf twn'ls. 15.X vrr' 1 C Cumi'ii so I a a , ... rr H. r. Moeller. 42: C. K W.iit m 1 el-cwwl. hiewegtcad eed otbwr tabeewewee ef 0. BTehler. l; H a Fi-mlne;. t P nwihh hl-etMvea 14: F E. ReeKO I IT M K U, la cwmnetrere wt3 be oeemleed in e V F ivwxorh- ity c r V.iLl." wrttias. oeieewy aw pOvweerr. rbeaery I. M: J. F. Ochne'der lSO;Sr 8 OweJa! ITS- m''- tb.rn,.otww. Own aJ w Vi n- i. ,tj p p nTf. r V re'bwb-ry rd oral eerewry. ever. -Ire a Orote 2T7 T A. L. Imee xaa ' pewrbwtw Oeonery. hembft. be-r. Le!.fT.aaeei- - tnlwy: p.rr-1 rlT-mVi K Cemntelt I d.y V M fee 2 J 177 '7,1. LTf.T .T.T.TT. -wee e . I aea ewew w y-w m w w W W ja -Mf W-r we , e w - w e wa. mm w M A. Mama 1 " m Z" II: at.eee nUl ew be ayeeed f-e pe. 2 , St .A .V T S 2T 2: -we wbw haw eraseied (wee I ban Tee I ' it bkJiuti. its I nav i p u v-ll il r. Tb fswei of eweeo mli'i w.ll f il" ."Tf'",1: . I F net be rwnlfww for ueetnet I ,v.. nalriTr-" f- U Ct ' "rt- - . fZT ete aTw7t. 7mJlZZZ v' . ranker ntrernaaiee saes be ebcaieed fraea ' THE WEATHEA W ASHfNOTON. Nov. U. erwased geaeraily east sf tho f r jf lUvar sad ta ta Swotb aad M M lew aad felllag over ta Moiiewt .v4 ee Ike NorU Paeuts Coeet TU ewsnowtiea hoe 1 tn im to w.. i.rv. . mm fierrtee la ta rora ef tbe Lasee. ertsra New lers. aad a Nee .tiu4. aw tair vmlmt io e-i dietVa. . leetperotsre is n.iinu tower ta tbe Aueau ptaiee. wbaw a warmer eeetaer le la Ctno la ta M Xert Atiaatle t'eess will we freeb weather. Ml4 AlieaU Cweet. erete wee. fetr. aweta Atiaati tee. 4- erat aerta, fair. IxmrArra-TODAY AND MOPlf. New Tel. abaro New Bgwa4 ! a .mmm eiM.u.v. - - - - - I an M porter . neti I Nwim New Lsw.-t-e-r swamp end warmer Mooter i Tbe teeapesrere re rr t ien Nor ' hwrn eeee at 1 1 P M teae f.eaa too .- , . - . rClli ttZ HIT!.' J'r ". ! A. bt...e X P. M...! if' 11. e a. m ji i, r. e a, m ti ii e p. u m 4 a-.ii r. m Tbie liven Her le 414 rent a street level. Tn vwree bwereriwre yee-terdey was 3, er tbe rainsawo eete ms ea It wee 0-. oreaesw e toe eeri n.nliil ete l law loot t.if-4we peeve ee. Tbe teeeejetere at A. M ywatereay was 20; st S K M It we I. kteaseem two. eeraioro. fl afwee et t P St. . aiiieie 27 Aeo" et be P. bt Nuwtl'i. S4 per cwet. at a A. St.. OS per wL et P bT Two aelef I 4, a yeeweay vere Si IS lll S4 S r. M- St eO.2 Inilm Fire Record A. M. t I 1T W. M ga.1 HtJiM Jao-xee W II Bt. . Bweato rtee aM mt-ltAY lf Weewter .. Art W Ce, 24-2 Veetry H 4M) Coael St . Oet 4 Tl e-et -n w o at. Je -Is-ae svsrsrd ati lees Sf i : -74 t a v . s- gves. thM , " --a- at. Lees LWeea .S J.' t"" 4fan.. JeaoTots-b ... Stab I at : at. cw uot I O-l lll t A . 4 , as, tewseM wt sfee . laoee 4 IO-wM W. I St. , CebSwtteilew GeS Cm ie-Ltet1 A Presses Ave . Jate" , or Aaw4 0 OA Lean w a. A IS S- wet . le wW ft IT a. Ewwor Pv , . wetS J -a reaft a e i bte be nee . S. a 7 4 lev et. tareerw bVaweaee Suwi rew see 4 - . taearw. . S ueS,ee J w-w Vktrsw at t ee gteea ... agbt Far, kw a it tea a a, ti IO ao-sieau . ae ati a : w rear tlaaea Levy Kb weae . es-T . H S.I Mee greed . . t4 J-a Av, bet- HI H Ste . WW a . . . b.-bt Si-FVer 41. S. P.. tenee.) leiev 1 'tee e bt Education Notes I Wear wf Ketleaa' Tb, eetenies sf ue ea At area. " Mewtaea Aveeeaw aad ee lee aveet Tettty-rewrtb btrwet. beteswa wr- aer wd Tlkewa A-waewa, BreeAIrs, so atte . " wn 7b beard ef UllesM boa bees meiill Wwawfer title frest tb IWaes oer ta vwaetrwrtiee ea t.i,owi of P. n. as, 'Weabtya. II f. I 11 IM aweaa. b efre. lb eeal of the ea .. seeoaasry far the sdveavwd aaoawwraiwe; eaes, A c:mtr far ii i a eefete M beeae bet M tbry Thursday ftr ae. a. gave " 1-a Cbanowa d 'red de hi je H e pier tbe menelnerue ' La I imi bae 1 Fwrtnate " fro At Edtlh Hah ni iol die 4 lloenwer ins vie ci Bang 10 ce lee ir. relne." arreessonied by M.a. Mala. This prwrem ree i.ted fvwm the plea of the the eepatsssat wltb tbe activities of Ike crab. Tbe New Tor ertle ef lb Aeeertette f Teenere ef Matbe-netbr In tAe Ml 4Ae Steiee and MaryUM met at Heater f'etlew Friday ovenleg. rn'iee Cberteo C rsre-s of relinl a L'slvwrvltr. Aseertet aeswna-teadewt Jebn I. TtlOeter. aad Pitailtal Jeba F. Water oeUverwd ad n it P-emewe EllBShetb B. r-owtev ef Vaeeer Cwtwe e4 Hermes IL Wnght ef tbe 11 4b St hew of Commerce led the diereeetoa A lencneoe wee a-tvoa I voter lay tn tbe r-enl ha'lienm ef the IIM-t Mihm to Mtea It r futvl. tee leereer ef toe we The nm Uwa that bad beea WM ewd eevtowsd tba inatisi af tbe mtihl elseeea. ' Spplieants twr nveeoe ee leapt. lo HaiSir e ewttory SB taw o lew eHmimary steet ebeeid pi 111 H there. I seve al tb tVw ef the Peard ef Ewews- I aen ea Mew. M. It e hi tM offer, a. 1 rer eummnwi 10 vw weiee w ewrb evemtnoOee three year ottefooorf re-men ear emem I wore. Lettere oe inl wiiev, ewH he n- I ea t the .el-xIM a ewe I lMi There to S vereery st P R V th greet. Tbe , 1, J a dev. The Gfil Serrice rv. Two elirVU l-et fee War. teae t re-aiee I a eaeee .Now Boa lew. Tte raewwlM i n far Dw 11 et the N-w Tr-h (MM him aa laeu -a -iim l-r Aee-el te-orwo bar eee ey. as tJt s vaenney. st te a per. wnb wet to aai-t iiafl s lien,i li. C. Tbe rwaortaeet a-elae tbel M the rtbt le tervamaie tne si nine i i I He einirs'We ed eee veer af Mine if K he la eodiiaao ba oaaey n-nted. tbo oeexsl W tore lo I'm so ooel bet oweertawny ta arwty aa4 twr Oeag ee - aee'al o-e rein were le mo petw- Tranaatlantle Parcel Poet Malta. Orel art lei and leetaneOees St T AS A. bt If. A MO Pnieipbta. Fraaro-Clea et 11 A. bt tea, 2. OS Pe- rembeu. IWriera. betberteaoe. Oe -wear. Aawtrnt. ad Margery - Pet Ice I.lrena-Ne satllsg st pe,eet. Oreee Tlaee el 11 A. M. lee X PS Pa me Olb-nttar 'tee el T be A. M M g: SO a-te d'ltalle, aad III A A le-. A Oat tyeth-. Pen re I r. and Narwr Ooe at A. M. De. A PA Fvweert V lit aween-tle at 0 A, bt Dae. A PA 10- era. tieir-Oes si T be A, M. Nwv. ft. sa posena r Ma I la; at 0 A. bt rev pa eg lee anstev sa tl I A, A le. g. pg treuc. w n-eeia aariurg Co... . 14.01 74 a. am .; Tann a ; t. O KM Oeseeal. . 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