WOMEN: Death of a Great Lady

When the S.S. Leviathan docked at Cherbourg fortnight ago, the most distinguished member of its passenger list had contracted a slight cold. She was Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, who had just turned over her great Ophir Hall at Purchase, N. Y., to Siarn's visiting King (TIME, April 20. et seq.), had sailed away to spend her seventy-third spring in France.

Plump, busy Mrs. Reid hurried to Paris where she inspected the new plant of the Paris Herald, European adjunct of her New York Herald Tribune, over which her son, Ogden, and his talented wife, Helen, now preside....

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