COLONEL EDWARD JOHNS RILEY. Colonel Edward Johns Riley, who or- ganized the Fortieth New York Regi- ment of Volunteers, known as the Mo- zart Regiment, for service in the civil war, died yesterday at his home, 21 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, in his eighty-seventh year. Colonel Riley commanded the regiment until he was disabled at the Battle of Fair Oaks. After the war he became a wall-paper manufacturer, retiring twenty years ago. He was born in East Broadway, and served as a member of the volun- teer fire department in the downtown district until 1859. RILEY.--On Feb. 21, 1918, Colonel Edward Johns Riley. Funeral from his late resi- dence, 21 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, Monday, Feb. 25, 9:30 A. M. Requiem mass Queen of All Saints' Chapel, Lafay- ette and Vanderbilt Avs., Brooklyn. In- terment Holy Cross Cemetery. Automo- bile cortege.