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Buck, Dudley (71), singer; Fairfield, Conn., Jan. 13. | Connors, J. H. (49), race track owner; Chestnut Buckner, E. R. (63), lawyer; New York City.
Burnett, E. A. (75),
educator; Lincoln, Neb..
Burr, Mrs. C. H. (Anna Robeson Brown), novelist;
Burr, Henry (Harry McClaskey) (59), ballad singer;
Burrett, Dr. C. A. (62), hospital executive; New
Burton Mrs. F. H. (80), D. A. R. life director:
Bush, Prof. W. T. (74) (philosophy); New York
Byron, W. D. (45), Md. Congressman, leather
Cameron, Hugh (62), actor; New York City, Nov. 9.
Kansas, lawyer; Washington, D. C., May 26.
Candler, Rev. W. A. (84), Methodist bishop;
Cannon, Miss Annie J. (77), astronomer; Cam-
Carey, C. H. (84), jurist; Portland, Ore., Aug. 28.
Carnegie, C. N., 10th Earl of Southesk (87), ant-
Carney, James (83), veteran bare-knuckle boxer:
Carr, Sir Emsley (74), newspaper editor; London,
Carrigan, T. J. (55), actor; Lapeer, Mich, Oct. 2.
Carter, Sir Gordon (88), racetrack executive; Ascot.
Cartier, Jacques (55), jeweler; in France, Sept. 10.
Cecil, Edward (60), actor; Hollywood, Calif., Dec.
Cerda, P. A. (62), President of Chile, vineyard
Chaffee, Maj. Gen. A. R. (56); Boston, Mass..
Chamberlain, Mrs. Austin (Ivy Dundas) (65); Lon-
Chamberlin, Col. H. B. (74), Chicago anti-crime crusader; Chicago, Ill., July 7.
Chambers, C. E. (58), illustrator; New York City,
Chapin, Dr. C. V. (85), public health expert;
Chevrolet, Louis (62), auto racer and inventor;
Childs, H. M. (17), horse trainer; Iowa City, Ia..
Christie, L. C. (56), Canadian Minister to U. S., lawyer; New York City, April 8.
Clarke, C. L. (88), associate of Edison in electric lighting; Newton, Mass., Oct. 9.
Claussen, Mme. Julia (62), opera singer; Stock-
Clay, Miss Laura (92), equal Suffrage pioneer;
Clendenin, D. L. (34), executive Civil Liberties
Coates, John (76), singer; in England, Aug. 16.
Cohen, Max (88), Socialist, lawyer; New York City.
Coler, B. S. (73), first City Controller of Greater
Collings, K. B. (43), U. S. aviator, war corre-
Colt, J. W. (83), railway builder, race horse owner;
Commerer, A. B. (57), ex-U. S. National Park di-
Conness, Robert (74), actor; Portland, Me., Jan. 15.
Connary, L. J. (46), Mass. Congressman; Wash-
Hill, Mass., July 10.
Conquest, Miss Joan (58), novelist; in England,
Content, Harry (80), stock broker; New York City.
Cook, C. E. (71), playwright; New York City,
deCordova, Rudolph (81), actor, dramatist; London.
Couch, H. C. (63), industrialist; Hot Springs,
Coursen, W. L. (63), yachtsman; New Rochelle,
Courtney, Fay (Mrs. R. V. MacNicol) (45), actress;
Cowan, H. W. (78), ex-Princeton football star:
Cowdin, J. E. (82), polo veteran, silk dealer; New
Craven, J. C. (62), naval architect; Newark, N. J..
Crawford, Robert (52), theatrical producer, Boston,
Creelman, James, scenario writer; New York City.
Crosland, Rev. E. S. (69), Moravian bishop; Lan-
Csaky, Count Stephen (43), Hungarian Foreign
Cubberley, Prof. E. P. (73), educator, college bene-
Cudahy, E. A. Sr. (81), meat packer; Chicago. Ill.,
Cummings, W. L. (60), New York lawyer; Bozeman.
Cummins, E. W. (103), Civil War veteran; Co-
Cunningham, Jack (59), scenario writer and pro-
Curran, Mrs. Hugh G. (Pearl Gildersleeve) (65).
Curtin, J. J. (62), lawyer; Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec.
Cushing, C. C. (62), playwright; Boston, Mass..
Daingerfield, Algernon (72), Jockey Club executive;
Daly, Mrs. Marcus (88), copper mine owner widow:
Daly, Rev. T. A. (77), First (Paulist) consultor:
Daugherty, H. M. (81), ex-U. S. Attorney General:
Davaz, Suad (63), Turkish Ambassador; Teheran,
Davenport, Prof. Eugene (84), Illinois farm ex-
Davenport, Dr. William (74), Tennessee poet
Davies, Sir Walford (71), Master of the King's
Davis, Gherardi (82), yachtsman, lawyer; New
Davis, W. R. (52), munitions dealer; Houston,
Davis, W. W. (79), Christian Science executive;
deChaignon, Pierre (69), heraldry expert; Cam-
Derrick, W. R. (83), painter; Red Hook, N. Y.,
Devaney, J. P. (58), jurist; Milwaukee, Wis..
Dial, N. B. (78), lawyer, financier, ex-U. S. Sena-
Dinsmore, Rev., and Prof. C. A. (80), author; New
Dolly, Jennie (Janszieka Deutsch, Mrs. Irving
Dox, Miss Virginia (89), first woman teacher
Drake, J. W. (66), automobile manufacturer, ex-
Driesch, Prof. H. A. D. (73), biologist; Leipzig, Flynn, W. J. (62), Bronx Dem, leader; New York April 17.
Driscoll, J. L. (103), oldest Free Mason in New
Drury, John (70), actor; Cincinnati, O., Oct. 11.
Duncan, W. J. (60), illustrator; New York City, April 11.
Dungan, Rear Admiral P. B. (64); San Diego, Calif., Nov. 26.
Dunne, F. H. (78), San Francisco jurist; San Anzelmo, Calif. June 17.
dePont, Maurice (75), capitalist; New York City, May 31.
DePuy, W. A. (65), newspaperman; Ft. Collins, Colo., Aug. 11.
Durant, Donald (53), financier; New York City, Aug. 11.
D'Vys, G, W. (81), claimed to be author of "Casey at the Bat"; Northampton, Mass., May 30. Dwight, B. H. (68), tennis executive; New York City (Forest Hills), Sept. 1.
Dyer, F. L. (70), inventor; Ventnor, N .J., June 4. Eaton, Henry (72), newspaperman; Washington, D. C., Jan. 27.
Edelstein, M. M. (53), New York City Congressman, lawyer; Washington, D. C., June 4.
Eddy, F. W. (88), New York City newspaperman; Nantucket, Mass., July 23.
Eilers, Karl (75), copper mine owner, New York City hospital executive; Sea Cliff, N. Y., Aug. 18. Ellis, Carleton (64), holder of several hundred patents; Miami, Fla., Jan. 13.
Elting, Philip (77), banker, ex-New York Port collector; Kingston, N. Y., July 20. Eltinge, Julian (57), actor; New
Emerson, V. L. (78), inventor; Philadelphia, Pa..
Emmerson, L. L. (77), ex-Governor, banker; Mt.
Endicott, William (76), rail executive; Beverly.
Endor. Chick (Charles Knapton, Jr.) (47), enter-
Endres, Mrs. Emma (104), newspaperwoman; Oak-
Ensign, J. R. (73), fuse maker; Simsbury, Conn.,
Erroll, Earl of (39), Lord High Constable of Scot-
Esch, John J. (80), ex-Congressman; La Crosse,
Escoffier, Paul; actor; Paris, July 30.
Essex, Violet (Mrs. C. L. Tucker) (48), actress;
Evans, Anne; drama promoter; Denver, Colo.,
Evans, Brig. Gen. F. E. (65); Pearl Harbor,
Everitt, G. B. (56), banker; Chicago, Ill., Aug. 2.
Falconer, Mrs. M. P. (79), prison reformer; East
Fauth, Philipp (73), astronomer;
Feder, Gottfried (58), a founder of the Nazi
Fields, Stanley (Walter Agnew) (57), actor; Holly-
Finley, Charles (75), ex-Congressman; Williamsburg, Ky., March 19.
Fisher, C. S. (61), American archaeologist; Jeru-
Fisher, F. J. (63), automobile body manufacturer;
Fisher, H. F. (63). ex-Tennessee Congressman;
Fitzgerald, Cissy, actress; in England, May 10.
Fitzgibbons, John (73), Oswego, N. Y., labor leader,
Flint, Seth (93), sounded the bugle call at Ap-
Flynn, J. C. H. (49), magistrate; New York City
City, Nov. 27.
Ford, Col. G. M. (70), educator; Huntington, W.
Ford, Mrs. H. C. (Blanche Chapman) (91), actress;
Ford, John (78), New York City jurist; Kent Cliffs,
Ford, W. C: (83), author; at sea, March 7.
Foster, Prof. R. C. (46), president Alabama Uni-
Fortmiller, P. V. (50), rose grower; Cape Vincent,
Fougner, G. S. (57), New York newspaperman,
Frazer, Sir J. B. (87), anthropologist; Cambridge,
French, A. T., Sr. (78), New York banker; Chester,
Frew, W. E. (76), banker; New York City, May 19.
Frost, R. J. (70), educator: New York City, Nov. 12.
Furman, G. H. (72), jurist; Patchogue, N. Y.,
Furnas, Charles (61), first passanger in an airplane
Galatzine, Princess Aimee Crocker (78); New York
Gallagher, L. L. (58), theater executive; New York
Gantert, Mrs. Emil (Helen Cummings) (100);
Gardiner, Rev. T. M. (71), P. E. Suffragan Bishop
Geer, Alpheus (78), founder Stillman Movement;
Gehrig, Lou (37), ex-Captain and 1st baseman of
Getty, Brig. Gen. R. N. (86); San Francisco, Calif., April 15.
Geyer, L. E. (53), California Congressman; Washington, D. C., Oct. 11.
Gherardi, Bancroft (68), American electriq engineer; in Canada. Aug. 14.
Gibb, Mrs. Walter (Florence Swan) (76), merchant,
Gibbs, R. P. (81), actor; New York City (Clifton,
Gillett, Maj. Gen. R. H. (New York National Guard) (63), lawyer; New Lebanon Center, N. Y., Jan. 16.
Girard, Bob (R. C. Garrod) (53), minstrel; Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 5. Girard, Mrs. Edward (68). (Jessie Gardner) actress; Bay Shore, N. Y., Jan. 27. Glover, Prof. J. W. (72), mathematician; Ann Arbor, Mich., July 15.
Gluchowski, Kaziemierz (56), Buffalo Polish newspaper owner; Windsor, Ont.. Sept. 15.
Goelet, R. W. (61), realty owner, financier; New York City, May 2.
Goldblatt, Moses (72), race horse trainer; Cincinnati, O., Oct. 21.
Geldmark, Henry (83), bridge builder; Nyack, N. Y., Jan. 15.
Goldmark, Miss Susan (78), poet; New York City.
Goldsborough, A. J. (72), horse trainer; Brooklyn,
Goodman, Joseph (65), Water Supply Commis-
Goodrich, A. F. (63), playwright; New York City.
Gordon, C. H. (56), actor; Hollywood, Calif., Dec.
Gordon, James (70), actor; Hollywood, Calif.,,
Grady, J. H. (70), actor; Lynn, Mass., Feb. 17.
Graham, ex-Gov. H. F. (79), lawyer; Craftsbury,
Granger, W. G. (68), New York fossil-mammals
Grant, Mrs. E. J. (Jeannie Dailey) (84), singer,
Graustein, Prof. W. C. (52), mathematician; Bel-
Greenough, Carroll (58), American architect; Ashville, N. C., Aug. 18.
Greer, W. J. (71), fire insurance expert; Montclair, N. J., Feb. 25.
Gregory, Dr. Menas S. (64), psychiatrist; Tuckahoe, N. Y., Nov. 2.
Grey, Clifford (54), lyric writer; in England, Sept. 26.
Grieff, Rev. J. N. (86), founder, American Passion Play; Union City, N. J., June 8.
Griesemar, Douglas (53), Red Cross executive; Chevy Chase, Md., April 24.
Grieumard, Miss Emilie (77), descendant of Louis XVI of France; Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 4, 1940. Grimshaw, Robert (91), inventor; Englewood, N. J., April 9.
Grindell-Matthews (61), a "death ray" inventor; in Wales, Sept. 17.
Gristede, D. B. (68), chain grocery owner; Scarsdale, N. Y., Oct. 2.
Grossman, Helen (42), actress; New York City, May 29.
Guerin, Eddie (80), convict who escaped from Devil's Island; in England, Dec. 3, 1940. Guggenheim, Simon (73), ex-U. S. Senator from Colorado, financier, copper manufacturer, benefactor; New York City, Nov. 2.
Guggenheim, William (72), financier; New York City, June 27.
Gydeson, Mrs. Lydia (101), Civil War veteran; Mt. Holly, N. J., Sept. 9.
Hackett, Col. H. B. (61), architect, college football referee; Chicago, Sept. 8.
Hading, Jane (Jeanen A. Trefouet) (81), actress; in France, Feb. 18.
Hall, Rev. F. O. (81), Universalist; New York City, Oct. 18.
Hall, G. C. (53), newspaper crusader against the Ku Klux Klan; Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 9. Hamilton, W. R. (74), baseball veteran; Worcester, Mass., Dec. 15, 1940.
Hamm, Mrs. Anna (100); Holland, Mich., Jan. 4. Hanly, T. B. (71), newspaperman; near Plattsburg. N. Y., April 15.
Harcourt, B. E. (59), jurist; New York City, Dec. 9, 1940.
Harlan, E. R. (72), Iowa historian; Des Moines, Ia., July 13.
Harper, Miss Lillie H. (60), sculptor; New York City, Sept. 22.
Harris, E. S. (73), ex-New York State Democratic
State Committee head; Washington, D. C. Jan. 29.
Harris, J. F. (78), Florida Republican leader, stock broker; Palm Beach, Fla., April 14.
Harris, S. H. (69), play producer; New York City. July 3.
Harrison, B. P. (Pat) (59), U. S, Senator from Mississippi; Washington, D. C., June 22. Hartman, L. F. (61), magazine editor; New York City, Sept. 23.
Hartwell, Dr. J. A. (73); New York City, Nov. 30, 1940.
Hartwig, Walter (61), theatrical producer; New
Hawley, W. C. (77), ex-Congressman, tariff expert; Salem, Ore., July 24.
Hay, J. V. (39), Earl of Erroll and Lord High
Hazen, M. C. (74), District of Columbia Commis-
Hearst, Sir William (77), Canadian dry leader, ex-
Heckscher, August (92), New York financier; philanthropist; Lake Wales, Fla., April 26. Heckscher, Mrs. August (68), capitalist, benefactor; New York City, July 10.
Heinz, Howard (63), Pittsburgh food canner; Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 9.
Henry, Jules (52), French Ambassador to Turkey; Ankara, June 10.
Hernandez, Mrs. F. M. De (126), buried in McAllen, Tex., July 10-bbrn May 11, 1815 in Rio Grande City, Tex.
Heydt, Dr. H. A. (72), poet, lawyer, author; New York City, Aug. 4.
Hickey, T. F. (76), Roman Catholic archbishop:
Higgins, F. R. (44), poet, theatre manager; Dublin,
Higgins, Brig. Gen. W. A. (63); Irvington, N. J.,
Hill, Mrs. Hattie, ex-president American Criterion
Hiltman, J. W. (79), book publisher; New York
Hinckley, Robert (88), painter; Rehoboth, Del..
Hinds, Maj. Gen. Ernest (76), Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., June 17.
Hitchcock, Thomas, Sr. (80), sportsman; Old Westbury, N. Y., Sept. 29.
Hite, W. F. (102), Union spy in Civil War; MeKeesport, Pa., May 8.
Hobart, Mrs. Garret A. (Esther Tuttle (91): Haledon, N. J., Jan. 8.
Hoey, J. J. (63), U. S. collector, Post of New York; Baltimore, Md., Nov. 10.
Holland, J. P. (76), ex-A. F. of L. executive; Rockaway, N. Y., Nov. 9.
Holland, Dr. T. H., British radiologist; Liverpool, Jan. 16.
Hollis, J. B, (81), actor; Amityville, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1940.
Holloway, Charles (81), painter; Chicago, Ill.. Jan. 27.
Holmes, Mrs. C. R. (Bettie Fleischman); benefactor; Sands Point, N. Y., Sept. 29.
Holt, Sir H. S. (85), railway builder; Montreal, Sept. 28.
Holz, Julius (85), New York City newspaper owner;
Hoogstraten, Count Otto (52); in Italy, July 20.
Hoppin, Col. F. L. V. (74), painter, architect:
Horgan, S. H. (87), halftone engraving inventor; Orange, N. J., Aug. 30.
Houghton, A. B. (78), ex-U. S. Ambassador to
House, Loulie Hunter (81), Widow of Edward M.
Howard, Harry (75), actor; Hollywood, Calif.;
Hoxie, C. A. (74), electrical inventor, "turned sound into light"; near Schenectady, N. Y., Oct.
Hoyne, T. H. (80), bar leader; Chicago, Ill., Sept. 28.
Hoyt, Mrs. C. J. (53), leader in women's club: Walden, N. Y.; March 10.
Hubbard, E. K. (72), manufacturer; Middletown, Conn.; Aug. 7.
Hudspeth, C. B. (64), ex-Congressman; San Antonio, Tex.; March 19.
Huggins, W. L. (76), anti-industrial strikes crusader; Emporia, Kan.; May 24.
Humphrey, B. J. (74), jurist; Jamaica, N. Y.; Dec. 11, 1940.
Humphrey, Mrs. W. B. (Marie Ives) (83), President American Indian League; New Haven, Conn.; March 29.
Humphreys, Brig. Gen. F. E. (57), first army aviator; Miami, Fla., Jan. 20.
Hunt, Maj. C. V. D. (79), sculptor; Washington, D. C., Feb. 1.
Huntziger, Gen. C. L. C. (61), French Minister of War; in airplane crash in South of France, Nov.
Ingersoll, Genevra (81), actress; New York City, (Clifton, S. I.), Jan. 17.
Irvine, Rev. A. F. (78), Los Angeles, Calif., March
Israel, Rev. E. L. (45), Jewish leader; Cincinnati, O.. Oct. 19.
Jackson, Prof. D. B. (71), sanitation expert; Mattituck, N. Y., Sept. 1.
Jalkanen, Kalle, champion Finn skier; in war action, Sept. 5.
James, A. C. (74), financier industrialist; New York City, June 4.
Jameson, Andrew (85), whiskey distiller; Dublin, Feb. 15.
Jamison, Miss Martha A. (70), coffee and sugar importer; New York City, July 16.
Jarvinen, Kalle, champion Finn shotputter; in war action, Sept. 5.
Jay, D. L. K. (59), New York lawyer; Westbury, L. I., March 26.
Jehl, Francis (80), an Edison aide 1879-1882; St. Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 9.
Jenson, Andrew (90), Mormon historian; Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 18.
Joffe, M. S. (76), painter; New York City, June 28. Johns, G. S. (83), newspaper editor; St. Louis, Mo., July 16.
Johnson, Amy (32), British aviatrix; drowned in Thames, Jan. 5.
Johnson, H. E. (53), song writer; New York City, May 1.
Jones, C. L. (59), economics educator; Madison, Wis., Jan. 13.
Jones, H. H. (55), football coach; Hollywood, Calif., July 27.
Jones, J. J. (63), book publisher; Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 31.
Jose, R. S. (71), ballad singer; San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 20.
Joyce, James (58), Iris hnovelist; Zurich, Switzerland, Jan. 13.
Kahn, Gus (54), song writer; Beverly Hills, Calif., Oct. 8.
Kallio, Kyosti (67), ex-president of Finland; Helsinki, Dec. 19, 1940.
Kastar, Rev. Karl, (70), R. C. Cardinal, Archbishop of Prague; there, April 21.
Katz, Moses (77) editor, playwright; Philadelphia, Pa., June 14.
Kavanaugh, F. W. (69), ex-State Senator, Republican leader; Watertown, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1940. Keene, F. P., New York polo player, race horse owner; in Canada, Sept. 25.
Keep, C. H. (80), New York banker; York Harbor, Me., Aug. 30.
Keith, Mrs. Boudinot (Dora Wheeler) (85), artist: New York City. Dec. 27.
Kelley, Mary (Mrs. Ray Myers) (47), actress; Hollywood, Calif., June 7.
Kendall, W. M. (85), New York architect; Bar Harbor, Me., Aug. 8.
Kenmare, Earl of (V. N. Browne) (80), in England,
Kennedy, S. M. (79), actor; Detroit, Mich., Oct.
Kienzi, Wilhelm (84), composer; Vienna, Oct. 3. Kiest, E. J. (79), newspaper owner; Dallas, Tex.. Aug. 11.
Kilmer, Mrs. Joyce (Aline Murray) (53), poet; Stillwater, N. J., Oct. 1.
Kimmeberg, E. W. (69), advertising; New York City, Oct. 6.
King, Maj. C. S. (67), actor; Hollywood, Calif., Sept. 18.
Kinnear, W. S. (77), railroad tunnel builder; Grosse Points, Mich., Aug. 8.
Kittredge, Prof. G. L. (81), Harvard Shakespeare expert; Barnstable, Mass., July 23.
Knapp, Miss Frances L. (61), Wellesley dean; Lunenburg, Mass., July 31.
Kneeland, E. W. (70), Canadian grain merchant and industrialist; Montreal, May 20.
Koeheler, Commander H. W. (54), diplomat; New York City, June 17.
Kohler, J. P. (86), New York City, lawyer; Coral Gables, Fla., Aug. 4.
Kolb-Danvin, Mrs. C. L. (Princess Radziwill) (84), writer; New York City, May 11.
Korizis, Alexander (56), Grecian Premier; Athens, April 19.
Kriebel, Hermann (65), member of German World War Armistice Commission; Munich, Feb. 17. Kubelik, Jan. (60), violinist; Prague, Dec. 5. Ladd, Rev. W. P. (71), dean, Berkeley Divinity School: New Haven, Conn., July 1.
Laffoon, Ruby (72), Governor of Kentucky 1932'35, jurist; Madisonville, Ky., March 1. Lagergeren, Rev. C. G. (95), Swedish Baptist leader; St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 27.
Lamberton, R. E. (54), Mayor of Philadelphia; Longport, N. J., Aug. 22.
Lander, Frank (80), actor; New York City, (Woodside), Jan. 10.
Landreth, Burnet Jr. (72), seedsman; Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 4.
Lane, Miss Gertrude B., dean of magazine editors; New York City, Sept. 25.
Langmuir, Dr. A. C. (69), chemist; Hastings. N. Y., May 14.
Laning, Harris (67), Rear Admiral; Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 2.
Lanman, Prof. C. R. (90), Orientalist; Boston, Mass., Feb. 20.
Lapointe, Ernest (65), Canadian Minister of Justice; Montreal, Nov. 26.
Lardner, Rex (59), newspaperman; New York City, (Douglaston), June 23.
Lasker, Emanuel (72), chess expert; New York City, Jan. 11.
Lavary, Sir John (84), painter; in Ireland, Jan. 10.
Laughlin, Miss Clara E. (67), novelist, traveler; Chicago, Ill., March 3.
Laughlin, Irwin (70), ex-ambassador to Spain; Washington, D. C., April 18.
Lauri, Rev. Lorenzo (76), R. C. Cardinal; Vatican City, Oct. 8.
Law, Mrs. Fannie (70), actress; New York City, April 17.
Lawford, E. E. (70), actor; New York City, Dec. 27, 1940.
Lawton, W. C. (88), educator; Upper Darby, Pa., April 18.
Leblanc, Georgette (66), actress; Cannes, (Oct.-) Leblanc, Maurice (76), novelist; in France, Nov. 6. Ledoux, U. J. (Mr. Zero) (66), friend of the poor; New York City, April 8.
Lee, Miss Auriol, actress, stage director; Hutchinson, Kan., July 2.
Lee, H. H. (61), rail executive; Peekskill, N. Y., July 30.
Legge, R. H. (59), illustrator, painter; Detroit, Mich., Dec. 9.
Leicester, Earl of (T. W. Coke) (98), soldier, land owner; in England, Nov. 19.
Lelivelt, J. F. (53), baseball player and club manager; Seattle, Nash., Jan. 20.
Lennox, Miss Jane (72), actress; Norristown, Pa., Aug. 30.
Leonard, Eddie (Lemuel Gordon Toney) minstrel; New York City, July 25.
Levinson S. O. (75), lawyer, peace advocate; Chicago. Ill., Feb. 2.
Levitzki, Mischa (42), pianist; Avon, N. J., Jan. 2. Levy, S. D. (80), jurist; New York City, Dec, 26. 1940.
Lewis, Prof. D. D. (67), surgeon; Baltimore, Md.,
Lorimer, Mrs. G. H. (Alma Ennis) (64), civic leader; Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 19.
Lothian, Marquess of (Philip Henry Kerr) (58). British Ambassador to the U. S.; Washington, D. C., Dec. 12, 1940.
London, Hugo (81), oil and tobacco owner; in the Netherlands, Sept. 6.
Luckstone, Isidore (80), pianist, composer; New York City, March 12.
Lumpkin, A. M., U. S. Senator from South Carolina, (54); Washintgon, D. C., Aug. 1.
Lundin, Hjalmar (70), circus strong man, wrestler. Jamaica, N. Y., April 8.
Lynde, Sandra (Dorothy Fox) (32), actress; Pearl River, N. Y., May 10.
Mabon, J. B. (74), stock broker; New York City.
MacDonald, Mrs. Cardelia Fox Howard (Little Eva in Uncle Tom's Cabin) (93); Cambridge. Mass., Aug. 8.
MacDowell, W. M. (84), actor; DeCoto, Calif., Feb. 19.
Mack, W. H. (McIlvaine) (81), actor; New York City, Sept. 23.
Marmoud, Mohammed (58), minister of defense of Egypt, ex-Premier; Cairo, Feb. 1.
Mair, Dame Sarah (94), granddaughter of Mrs. Siddons, actress; in England, Feb. 17.
Mallory, C. D. (59), New York ship operator; Miami, Fla., April 8.
Manley, F. T. (60), gasoline developer; Miami, Fla., Feb. 25.
Mann, Tom (84), labor leader; in England, March
Marchand, J. H. (58), painter; Paris, Oct. 10. Marchesi, Mme. Blanche (77), opera singer; London, Dec. 15, 1940.
Margery (Mrs. Le Roi G. Crandon) (about 50). spiritualist medium; Boston, Mass., Nov. 1. Maria of Greece, Princess (64), Athens, Dec. 13, 1940.
Markland, G. L. Jr. (75), industrialist; Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 14.
Marland, E. W. (67), ex-Governor, oil man; Ponca City, Okla., Oct. 3.
Marley, George (104), U. S. Civil War veteran; Oakland, Md., March 23.
Martin, Archer (76), jurist; Victoria, B. C., Sept. 1. Martin, Prof. F. L. (60), news educator; Columbia, Mo., July 18.
Merrill, W. J. (42), film executive; New York City, April 10.
Metaxas, Gen. John (70), Greek Premier; near Athens, Jan. 29.
Miley, Miss Marion (27), golf player; Lexington, Ky., Sept. 28.
Millard, Bailey (80), newspaper man; Los Angeles, Calif., March 20.
Miller, Dr. D. C. (74), foe of the relativity theory; Cleveland, O., Feb. 22.
Miller, H. L. (47), biscuit manufacturer; Garden City, N. Y., July 17.
Million, J. W. (78), educator; San Mateo, Calif.. Sept. 5.
Mitchell, Steele (42), President, Adams Express Co.; New York City, Dec. 2, 1940.
Miner, E. H. (59), animal painter, newspaper art manager; Mineola, N. Y., Oct. 10.
Mong, W. V. (63), actor; Glendale, Calif., Dec. 12, 1940.
Moore, R. W. (81), U. S. State Department Counselor; Fairfax, Va., Feb. 8.
Mordecai, Joseph (89), portrait painter; London, Dec. 31, 1940.
Morehouse, D. W. (64), astronomer, educator; Des Moines, Ia., Jan. 21.
Martin, J. M. ("Smoky Joe") (77), retired fire chief; Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 25. Martin, W. D. (72), prohibition executive; Hacken-Morrison, sack, N. J., Nov. 26.
Martinez-Nadal, Rafael (63), ex-Senator of Puerto
Marvell, Rear Admiral G. R. (72); Annapolis, Md.,
Mason, J. W. T. (62), war correspondent; New
Massingale, Sam (70), Okla. Congressman; Wash-
Mather, A. C. (80), Chicago car builder and
Mavrogordate, T. M. (58), tennis star; in England,
Maybrick, Mrs. Florence (Florence Chandler) (80),
broker, for whose poisoning she was imprisoned; near South Kent, Conn., Oct. 23.
McAdoo, W. G. (17), ex-Secretary of Treasury, ex-U. S. Senator from California, lawyer; Washington, D. C., Feb. 1.
McCain, Maj. Gen. H. P. (80); Washington, D. C.,
McCarter, R. H. (82), ex-New Jersey Attorney General; Rumson, N. J., May 30.
McComas, R. T. (92), senior telephone pioneer; Montclair, N. J., Aug. 17.
McCormick, H. F. (69), reaper manufacturer; Beverley Hills, Calif., Oct. 16.
McCormick, W. G. (90), Chicago banker; Wheaton, Ill., Nov. 29.
McDonald, A. D. (63), rail executive; San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 15.
McGarry, J. A. (83), ex-chairman, Clan-na-Gael
McGrath, H. C. (62), sports official; Hyannis,
McGrath, M. J. (64), police inspector, former
McHarg, H. K. (89), New York banker, railway
McKenzie, J. C. (81), ex-Congressman, ex-Muscle
McLane, C. E. (69), financier, horse racing executive; near Baltimore, June 1.
McLean, E. B. (58), newspaper owner; Towson, Md.. July 27.
McMichael, Emory (72), banker, retired Philadelphia newspaper owner; Devon, Pa., Dec. 8, 1940. McNamara, J. B. (59), labor agent, bombed in 1910 the Los Angeles Times newspaper, 21 persons killed; San Quentin Prison, Calif., March 8. McNeir, George (80), carpet manufacturer; Amsterdam, N. Y., June 14.
Mayall, Hershell (78), actor; Detroit, Mich., June 10.
Mead, Rev. C. L. (71), Methodist bishop; Kansas City, Mo., May 17.
Mead, Mrs. D. W. (Mary Robbins) New Thought leader; Watkins Glen, N. Y., Feb. 28. Menocal, Gen. M. K. (74); Havana, Sept. 7.
Morgan, Helen (Mrs. Lloyd Johnson) (41), singer;
Morton, J. G. (84), actor; Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept.
Mosher, Rev. G. F. (69), Protestant Episcopal bishop; New York City, July 19.
Moss. J. A. (68), President, U. S. Flag Association; New York City, April 23.
Mott, Prof. L. F. (78), City College educator; New York City, Nov. 20.
Muir, Ramsay (69), author, liberal party leader; in England, May 4.
Mulhall, Lucille (55) "original cowgirl" of the stage; Guthrie ,Olka., Dec. 22, 1940.
Murray, Charlie (69), actor; Hollywood, Calif., July 29.
Murray, F. L. (60), baseball club owner; Nashville, Tenn., March 4.
Murray, J. H. (49), actor, brewer; Killingworth, Coun., Dec. 11,1940.
Murray, Samuel (71), sculptor; Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 3.
Mussolini, Capt. Bruno (23), aviator, son of Italian premier; near Pisa, Aug. 7.
Narelle, Mme. Marie (70), Australian singer; in England, Jan. 28.
Ex-Queen Natalia of Serbia (82), widow of exKing Milan Obrenovich; Paris, May 8.
Nernst. W. H. (77), inventor filament lamp; in Germany, Nov. 18.
Nevinson, H. W. (85), war correspondent, pacifist; in England, Nov. 9.
Newton, Prof. J. H. (59), New York educator; New Hope, Pa., Sept. 1.
Newton, W. H. (60), ex-Congressman; Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 10.
Nice, H. W. (63), lawyer, ex-Governor of Maryland; Richmond, Va., Feb. 25.
Nicoll, Dr. Matthias Jr., ex-State Health Commissioner; Rye, N. Y., May 13. Nichols, A. D. (66), painter; El Paso, Tex., Nov.
Noble, Prof. G. K. (46), snake expert; Englewood,
Noonan, T. F. (63), jurist; New York City, Dec. 6, 1940.
deObarrio, Gen. N. A. (67), a founder of Panama Republic; Panama City, Jan. 16.
O'Brien, J. H. (68), ex-New York City official and newspaperman; Long Beach, N. Y., Feb. 4. O'Connor, Andrew (67), American sculptor; Dublin, June 11.
O'Donnell, Hugh A. (67), newspaper advertising executive; New York City, Aug. 23.
O'Hara, W. E. (44), race track manager; near Taunton, Mass., Feb. 28.
Ohl, Rev. Jeremiah (90), Lutheran educator, hymn composer; Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 21.
O'Leary, C. T. (68), ex-ball player and coach; Chicago, Ill., Jan. 6.
O'Loghlen, Clement (40), actor; New York City. May 2.
O'Malley, Rev. F. A. (42), Catholic educator; Buffalo, N. Y., June 2.