New York Times, Thursday, June 6, 1918, Page 13
Mrs. Adelaide R. Pratt
Mrs. Adelaide R. Pratt, wife of John B. Pratt of the Washington Bureau of the New York Times, died in Washington Wednesday morning after a long illness. Mrs. Pratt was Miss Adelaide Richards of Charleston, S.C. She accompanied her husband on a hournalistic voyage to South America to meet Colonel Roosevelt upon his return from his explorations in the interior of Brazil, and was with Mr. Pratt in London during the earlier period of the war. She also went with Mr. Pratt to the Continent while the war was on. Her experience included some of the Zeppelin raids on London.
James Barnes Baker's Funeral
The funeral of James Barnes Baker, a prominent architect, with offices at 156 Fifth Avenue, who died at Roosevelt Hospital on Monday, was held yesterday morning at the Church of the Heavenly Rest. The service, which was attended by Mrs. James Barnes Baker and a few relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, was performed by the Rev. Edward E. Matthews, who also officiated at the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Baker on May 29. The service was followed by interment in the Rahway Cemetery at Rahway, N.J.
Mrs. Helene Heydt, widow of Herman Heydt, died at her home, 301 West Ninety-first Street, yesterday in her seventy-fifth year.
Sigmund Helfgott, a real estate and diamond broker, died at his home, 145 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, on Monday, aged 49 years.
Miss Emma Isabell Tuthill, a daughter of the late Captain George Tuthill who served in the civil war, died from heart disease on Tuesday at her home, 251 Steuben Street, Brooklyn.
Walter Dull, a former guard in the Tombs, who had special supervision of Harry K. Thaw while he was awaiting trial in the Tombs, died in Connellsville, Penn., on Tuesday in his seventy-sixth year. He was a civil war veteran.
Joseph F. Rush, who was in the Bureau of Buildings of the City of New York for twelve years, died at his home, 71 East Nintieth Street, on Tuesday, in his forty-ninth year. He was a brother of Thomas E. Rush, a surveyor of the Port of New York.
Frank Boice, who was an assistant engineer on one of the Union transports in the civil war, died at his home in Morris Park, L. I. on Tuesday. Mr. Boice was 86? years old and for many years was employed as a fireman on the old Catherine Street Ferry line.
George Runton, connected with the Hoboken Land Improvement Company for sixty years, died at his home in Morristown, N.J., yesterday, in his ninety-second year. At the time of his retirement eleven years ago he was the Superintendent of the company.
Herman Bernard Van Tronk, 82 years old, a retired lawyer and for the last twenty years in the employ of the paymaster's department of the Controller's office, died recently at his home, 250 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn. Mr. Van Tronk was born in Germany and was educated at the Heidelberg University. After graduating from the Philadelphia Law School he practiced in that city and then removed to Manhattan and became active in Tammany politics.
Sergeant John James White, 1st London Regiment, British Expeditionary Forces, was killed in action while his company was raiding a German outpost on May 8, according to word received here on Tuesday by his uncle, William Harding of 56 Fort Washington Avenue. Sergeant White, who was the son of Mr. and Mrs. James White of Gravesend, England, had served in France since the beginning of the war, and had been mentioned in dispatches for conspicuous bravery.
Bartlett - John R., at Munroe, N.Y., June 5, 1918, beloved husband of Jenny Dickenson Bartlett, in his 80th year. Funeral Friday at Monroe, N.Y., at 3 P.M. Interment Saturday afternoon at South Norwalk, Conn. Des Moines (Iowa) papers please copy.
Bavier - At Bloomfield, N.J., on June 5, 1918, Elizabeth C. Johnson Bavier, in her 92d year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services are invited to attend funeral services at her late residence, 33 Stockton St., Bloomfield, N.J., on Friday, June 7, 1918, at 2 P.M.
Bissell - Fredrika, wife of R. N. Bissell, and mother of Mrs. Elliot S. Benedict, on June 5, 1918, at her residence in New York City. Funeral private.
Breher - On Monday evening, after a lingering illness, Mary Breher, beloved wife of Henry C. Breher, in her 58th year. Funeral from her late residence, 1,875 Longfellow Av., corner 176th St., Thursday afternoon, 2 o;clock. Interment Woodlawn.
Buckmaster - At Elizabeth, N.J., June 5, 1918, George Buckmaster. Funeral services at his late residence, 575 North Broad St., Elizabeth, Friday, June 7, at 3:30 P.M. Kindly omit flowers.
Coe - Entered into rest on Wednesday, June 5, John A. Coe, Sr., husband of Cornelia A. and father of John A., Jr., Herbert W., E. Louise, and Carlton B. Funeral wervices from his late residence, 405 Willow St., Waterbury, Conn., on Friday, at 2 P.M. Interment in Riverside Cemetery, Shelton, Conn., about 4 P.M. Friday. Kindly omit flowers.
Deane - Suddenly, on Wednesday, June 5, 1918, Henry H. Deane, at his residence, 1,376 Carroll St., Brooklyn. Notice of funeral hereafter.
Deghuee - At her home, 127 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, suddenly, on Tuesday, June 4, 1918, Werner Henry Deghuee, in her 51st year. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
Dodson - On Saturday, June 1, 1918, Emory Fillmore Dodson, 314 West 137th St., Funeral private.
Emde - After a lingering illness, on June 4, 1918, Ernst Emde of 24 Hudson Place, Weehawken, in his 56th year. Funeral services will be held at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Hudson and 8th Sts., Hoboken, on Thursday, June 6, at 2 P.M.
Fox - John Charles, on June 4, beloved husband of Sarah E. Fox. Funeral services at the residence of his son, George Fox, 39 Wegman Parkway, Jersey City. Friday, June 7, 8 P.M.
Gottlieb - Mrs. H., suddenly. Funeral Thursday, 10 A.M., from her late residence, 58 Hudson Place, Weehawken, N.J.
Graham - John, June 5. Services The Funeral Church, Broadway, 66th St, (Frank Campbell's) Thrsday, 8 P.M.
Greer - On Wednesday, June 5, 1918, after a lingering illness, Robert Greer, beloved husband of Mary I. Greer, in his 55th year, at his residence, 386 Jefferson Av., Brooklyn. Notice of services herefafter.
Halberstadt - After a short illness, Isaac Halberstadt, 62 years, beloved husband of Rachel, and father of Isador, Joseph, Bertram, and Sadie, brother of Ida Rosenstock and Emma Halberstadt. Funeral from his late residence, 3,800 Broadway, Thursday morning, 10:30 o'clock.
Hasbrouck - Suddenly, June 5, 1918, Joseph Jansen Hasbrouck, Kingston, N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hasbrouck.
Halsey - June 5, 1918, William E., beloved husband of Dorothy Miles, in his 65th year. Funeral services at his late home, 86 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn, Friday, June 7, 2 P.M.
Heydt - On June 5, 1918, at her residence, 301 West 91st St., Helene Heydt, (nee Roemer,) widow of the late Herman Heydt and mother of Herman A. and Charles E., in the 75th year of her age. Services at her late residence on Friday evening, June 7, at 8:30 o'clock sharp. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery at convenience of family. Kindly omit flowers.
Irvin - Entered into life eternal on June 5, at her residence, 961 Park Av., Mary Morris Irvin, widow of Richard Irvin, Esq. Funeral services at 10:30 A.M., Saturday, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Interment private. Baltimore papers please copy.
Jones - On train enroutte to St. Paul, Minn., Sunday night. Margaret Allan, wife of the Rev. Harrison P. Jones. Services and burial at Newburg, N.Y. Notice of funeral hereafter.
Keech - On Tuesday, June 4, 1918, Elliott F. Keech, the only son of Ruth F. and the late Rev. Frederick J. Keech, D.D., aged 9 years. Funeral services at Christ Church, Clinton and Harrison Sts., Brooklyn, Friday, 11 A.M.
Kemp - On June 4, 1918, Robert Stewart Kemp, beloved husband of Mary B. Kemp. Funeral services at Grace Church, corner Lincoln Road and Bedford Av., Brooklyn, on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Friday morning,
Kriel - On Tuesday, June 4, 1918, William J., beloved husband of Katharine Kriel and father of Mrs. E. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. O. R. McMahon, Mrs. J. F. Brown, and Star Kriel. Funeral from his late residence, 27 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, Friday. Requiem mass at St. Augustine's Church, 9 A.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
Lichtenstein - On June 5, Solomon, beloved husband of Edith L. Lichtenstein. Services "The Funeral Church," Broadway and 66th St., (Campbell Building,) Friday morning, 10:30 o'clock. Interment Woodlawn.
Loewenthal - Morris, June 5, in his 71st year, beloved husband of Annie Berg Loewenthal and devoted father of Mrs. G. Ellin, Mrs. M. Lehmann, Mrs. G. J. Willmann, Mrs. I. L. Warshaw, Max, William, Paul, Bernhard, and David. Funeral private, from his late residence, 138 East 94th St.
McGurris - At her residence, 120 East 86th St., Mary, dearly beloved sister of Oliver, John T., and Richard H. McGurris, on June 5. Notice of funeral hereafter.
McLean - On June 5, of cardiac disease, at his home at Newburg, N.Y., Arthur A. McLean, in his 65th year. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Church, Newburg, 10:30 A.M., Friday, June 7. Interment at convenience of family. Kindly omit flowers.
Meyer - At Newark, N.J., on Wednesday, June 5, 1918, Carrie, beloved wife of the late Morris Meyer, (nee Heller,) and devoted mother of Mrs. Jacob L. Schwarz, Abram and Philip Meyer, in her 64th year. Funeral services will be held at the residence of her daughter , 593 High St., on Friday, June 7, 1918, at 2 P.M. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
Monaghan - On Wednesday, June 5, , Mary V., (nee Callaghan,) beloved wife of Edward Monaghan, at her residence, 1,144 Franklin Av., Bronx. Funeral Saturday, June 8, at 9:45 A.M., thence to St. Augustine's Church, 167th St. and Franklin Av. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery.
Mortimer - First Lieutenant Richard Mortimer, Signal Corps, Aviation Section, U. S. R., killed in action in France, May 22, 1918. Notice of memorial services later.
Noyes - Suddenly, on June 4, Mrs. Enoch Noyes, a former resident of Port Deposit, Md., late of Lyme, Conn., where her remains will be interred. Baltimore (Md.) papers please copy.
Pratt - On Wednesday, June 5, Adelaide R. Pratt, wife of John B. Pratt. Services at the Church of the Ascension, Washington, Friday, June 7, at 11 o'clock A.M.
Rush - Joseph F., beloved husband of Elizabeth Tighe and son of Delia and the late T. J. Rush. Funeral from his late residence, 71 East 90th St., Thursday, June 6, 8:30 A.M., thence to Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola, Park Av. and 84th St.
Scott - June 4, in Rome, N.Y., Lucy Margaret, wife of John A. Scott and daughter of the late Lucian B. Moore of Tyringham, Mass. Funeral services in the chapel of Greenwood Cemetery, 5th Av. entrance, Brooklyn, N.Y., June 7, 2:30 o'clock.
Shipman - In New Orleans, at his residence, 1,240 6th St., on Sunday, June 2, Raymond Gold Shipman, husband of Mary English Ives and son of the late Dr. J. S. and Anne Louise Shipman. Funeral services in New Orleans.
Shropshire - On June 5, at Roosevelt Hospital, Sopho P. B. Shropshire, daughter of the late Theophilus Steele, M.D., and Sophe P. Breckenridge Steele, and widow of Captain Ralph F. Shropshire. Funeral 1 P.M., Saturday, June 8, from Funeral Church, Broadway and 68th St.
Treadwell - Suddenly, at Kent Coun., June 3, 1918, Elizabeth Schnebly, wife of the late Major George Hooker Treadwell of Albany, N.Y., in her 70th year. Notice of funeral later. Kindly omit flowers.
Tuthill - On Tuesday, June 4, 1918, Emma Isabell Tuthill. Funeral services will be held at her late home, 251 Steuben St., Brooklyn, on Thursday, June 6, at 8 P.M.
Ward - Deborah H. - beloved wife of Willard W. Ward, June 4, 1918. Funeral services from her late residence, 23 Overlook St., Mount Vernon, Friday morning, June 7, at 11 o'clock.
Williams - On Tuesday, at his home, Glen Ridge, N.J., Samuel Adams, in his 75th year. Funeral services at convenience of family.
Wolinsky - Jacob, June 5. Funeral, June 7, 11 A.M., Ulmer Park, Brooklyn.
Adler - Solomon, 162 East 4th St., June 3, aged 53.
Ahern - Mary, 2,572 7th Av., June 3, aged 7.
Aste - Tisto, 40 Downing St., June 4, aged 52.
Barrett - William, 35 Charles St., June 4. Funeral today, 6 P.M.
Bramtt - Sophie, 108 West 111th St., June 4.
Davis - Isabella, 159 West 61st St., June 3, aged 72.
Esch - Mary, 233 West 185th St., June 3, aged 50.
Ferreira - Jayne M., 175 Claremont Av., June 3, aged 58.
Forden - Catherine, 64 Henry St., June 5, aged 63.
Garnet - Eleanor, 230 West 29th St., June 3.
Greenberg - Mathilde, 228 East 7th St., June 3, aged 49.
Hoctor - Katherine K., 386 West 127th St., June 4. Funeral today, 10 A.M.
Horn - Ann, 236 East 36th St., June 4.
Hubner - Valentine, 1,093 Franklin Av., Bronx, June 3, aged 80.
Hunter - Mrs. Robert, 15 Manhattan Av., June 3. Funeral today.
Jacobs - Abraham, 209 Eldridge St., June 3.
Jashnozena - Nicholas, 138 East 3d St., June 3, aged 27.
Juskovits - Samuel, 63 Cannon St., June 4, aged 57.
Kane - Sarah L., St. Luke's Home, June 4, aged 68.
Katz - Max, 403 East 88th St., June 3, aged 53.
Kelly - Daniel, 125 East 123d St., June 3, aged 59.
Konigsburg, ?lpre, 230 East 14th St., June 3, aged 45.
Le Corre - Marcel, 65 Broadway, June 4, aged 31.
Lutz - Helene, 1,833 Clinton Av., Bronx, June 4, aged 83.
McGloin - Terrence, 770 3d Av., June 4. Funeral tomorrow, 9:30 A.M.
McLaughlin - Robert, 615 West 102d St., June 3. Funeral today, 1 P.M.
Meade - Anne, 534 West 53d St., June 4, aged 40.
Nulty - Margaret, 111 West 60th St., June 3, aged 72.
Portnoy - Malka, 59 East 117th St., June 4, aged 72.
Randolph - Frederika, 30 West 136th St., June 2, aged 73.
Randolph - Nellie, 127 West 131st St., June 4, aged 57.
Reilly - Ann, 444 West 125th St., June 4. Funeral tomorrow.
Rosenzweig - Joseph, 100 Columbus Av., June 3, aged 76.
Ryan - Nellie, 136 West 109th St., June 4. Funeral tomorrow, 9:30 A.M.
Scanlon - Anne, 752 Columbus Av., June 4.
Schuster - Frederick, 274 West 117th St., June 4, aged 62. Funeral tomorrow, 1:30 P.M.
Taylor - Thomas, 1,910 Wallace Av., Bronx, June 3. Funeral private.
Wandell - August, June 4. Funeral 268 West 118th St. today, 1:30 P.M.
Zucker - Alexander, 67 Forsyth St., June 3, aged 23.
Zwicker - Anna, 416 West 39th St., June 4.
Botts - John, 185 Huntington St., June 4. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.
Byrnes - Catherine, 131 Johnson St., June 4.
Cunnungham - Jane M., 351 6th Av., June 4, aged 55. Funeral tomorrow, 10 A.M.
Diemer - Franz A., 1,268 Hancock St., June 4, aged 21. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.
Dietrich - Mary, 348 Palmetto St., June 4, aged 58. Funeral today, 2 P.M.
Flaherty - Julia T., 2 Lincoln Place, June 3. Funeral today, 9 A.M.
Gannon - Elizabeth M. J., 2,232 Fulton St., June 4. Funeral today, 9 A.M.
Gerity - Sarah, 96 Sterling Place, June 5, aged 72.
Helfgott - Sigmund, June 3. Funeral 145 Prospect Park West.
Luttrell - Richard A., 925 St. Mark's Av., June 4. Funeral tomorrow, 10 A.M.
McMahon - Mary J., 4 Nostrand Av., June 3, aged 55.
Merritt - Cynthia B., 452 Herkimer St., June 3, aged 81.
Nolke - Ferdinand F., 15 Matthews Place, June 4, aged 51. Funeral private.
Penny - Pauline, Bushwick Hospital, June 4. Funeral today.
Potter - Susan, 452 Herkimer St., June 3, aged 77. Funeral tomorrow, 2 P.M.
Schoen - Peter, 1,251 Decatur St., June 4, aged 65. Funeral tomorrow, 9 A.M.
Schrank - Anna, 383 South 4th St., June 3, aged 52.
Weber - Edward F., 331 8th St., June 4, aged 11. Funeral tomorrow.
Kinsbury - Wilson, 103 Manning Av., June 3. Funeral today, 2 P.M.
Muller - Albert, 20 Romaine Av., June 3.
Boice - Frank, Morris Park, June 4. Funeral service tomorrow.
Dougherty, Ethel M., Woodhaven, June 3, aged 23. Funeral today, 2:30 P.M.
Arthur A. McLean Dead
Democratic< State Committee Treasurer Pleaded Guilty to Indictment
Newburg, N.Y., June 5 - Arthur A. McLean, Treasurer of the Democratic State Committee for many years and a Democratic leader in Orange County for twenty-five year, died here tonight. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, and five sons, three of whom are officers in the American Expeditionary Forces in France.
Mr. McLean, who was the proprietor of a large liquor and grocery business here, was widely known through the State as a Democratic leader and close friend of Charles F. Murphy. In 1913 Mr. McLean was indicted for accepting campaign contributions from corporations and contractors. On Jan. 13, 1914, Mr. McLean pleaded guilty to one of two indictments against him and was allowed to go free on a suspended sentence by Justice Davis of the Criminal Branch of the Supreme Court upon a plea for clemency by his lawyers, supported by Governor Whitman, who was at that time District Attorney.