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Laxgeat Retail Qina V
Uli Glass Store ?ElhelffUd
WE WILL BEGIN
For this Sale we have marked our
entire stock of Imported ?Platt
ranging from 10 per cent,
Half Former Prices
,-|,jn.; p ales of '.i - '? ?
?ell-knov of Kuroi i V
paly abli to on ? ? the ?
pastures ol t?the u
^ga ? '?
T ? ?ur New
?- ? ?
''"'""' '!',n at S22 SO doz
pinner Plat? C. $ ?0.00 !02.
tofaat F hi $17.50 Ao?
Tea nal. at $15.00 coz.
Vales ?;' " Si ?.00 doz.
pout? Vtaiei . at $17.50 <ic/.
r- . ? - - at S.?1.00 doz.
1 at ^24.00 doz.
Special Tables of
ti ?Jred? o
At 7iV par h
ni ?Ut cdUl?
Plates li - Au*
At \?\r rar'h
ni Out tdtll? .
Rotre? l ;
ral de o?
At dsr p-arr?
m tot CALll ?
At rv^r par-Vi ' ' !?l?s
ni uot cdtn ?
BetsJ patt? i
At |1 parh_
ai ?pi eatn?.
?"il??1 of ;
? - KDP.
Plates by the Dozen
hue, Bp?, ;:? "j ,,i, chtaa
At $18 doz. Values to $27
1 ' ? and l.inx.icH ?'hina.
?At $24 doz. Values to $37
All alaes ol Pi tei from the foreraost
At $35 doz Values to $55
AJf50"' ora the
it ? it
: te border <
Plates at One-fourth
to Half Off
in 75 different designs
lni?lu?1ln?? fir?--? Encllsh China Platas of
a i sizes, with decorations ol th? richest
sssrmeter. Por example?
Coalport Service Plates
9J* <,:<"- ts ?if ? tarder deeora
'ion of ruined paste-gold and tur
JJ^at?narnel. ^larly MIS ?j15g
Another b tistic pattern constats of a
C~\* rn.?-"-?-'.ii,i decoration over a
?autiful ?\ ?.le-Kt-een border. <a;7ft ?(?
?SSfSlarly $inr, dos.; at.?Jp/?.OU
Plates at One-fourth Off
Jfcla Tabla comprise? HALF-DOZENS
/.. .'": patt? ri * In Une EnKlish
,"''';' ? ? ? Bread-and-B it
?sr, pe?se-t and other Plates, mostly In
?naate white-ai d-gold d? corations. ft? -
Ul,:r Pnces, pe? halt dosen, M lo I
at $4.50 to $81
Cups and Saucers
and Ramekins, at
One-fourth to Half Off
?his Taiiie presents a rema t>l vmrletp
*>r arttstir ? the beat pot
tS nT ' '?*??' ' '? ;""! "in land ra .
?rom moderate I y-prlci n? f? the
'. ',',''. ??lid-go i decorations In ilnc
Fish and Game Plates
* aide esaortmenl of beeutifal band.?
aawted deslsns bj the moat celebrated
Mimera ,,t taramlc? hi the world will be
snsrajd .-it very ?
Note Address of Our New Store
(Opposite Tiffany & Co.)
??aafJaf aafaaaa^MSaV ?Msll 11 m?. vJ?afajUt
ARMY AND NAVY ESCORT
FROM CHURCH TO TRAIN
Battalion Each of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines
iVlarch in Procession from Cathedral
to Grand Central Terminal.
Tli*? silent march of the troop?
Ing th*? bogy 0f Waltetaw Rr-id t
Cathedral of St. John the Divin,
Qraad Ceatral Station permuter
New Yorkere who had been unab
tend the ?.'ath.-dra1 services to h<
memory of their _-vttag_dahed tell
m n. All along the route the
? huh gathered! as the soldiers a
On approached, keeping step to
Bed dram beat, tsgred their head:
t ...l until after the pun carrlag
tue Ambassador's body had r
'i'Ii.' route of march led down M
? not, wot from tin- north
tin- Cathedral ?--rounds in 113th 81
'Hi street, and through llttta si
1 Ulli avenue. From UOth gtre
; troopt B-arehed down Fifth avenu*
street, peat homo upon house wit
?at hall matt and other tokens of
They tamed vast in 51at sti
gpreee puraott of passing t
atador'a home, In Madison i
? i honat could only ec
military tread as the pro
to Masllaoa avenue. Th
ch, an was the littl?
y -m i ? eottd door, from
? ?! forth its flu
it half mast.
? i tied cast anain
. ?? Park avenue,
turn? ?'? once more.
? i " ?.- .mi ?'entrai f
in the tilth
entra?e? : Here th
i.' and a f
: lm te I . ' red
company the b" Ij I ? SI? ? > llojlow
? -it. as ; ;.|i
? -t. ?! of a I an ni uldierfl
ori and marinea. Th? procession a
by a 1 at talion from i h Ith 1
?? i Infantry from ? .... ? l
pr-.M?? "ii-d by th? regimental I
nel John s. Maiiory command
contittlng of Captain Robert n.
and Captain K. T. Bmith. The bai
wat commanded by Adjutant Capt
A. Mote and Leientenant J. R. Rut
four ' ompanlee eompoalng thr
?n mirc i. k. L and St. PI ?
comnaaaded hh folk)we: I, Captain ^
Darrath; K. Leieutenaat J. G. Mel
I] Lieut ant C. B. Hodgea, and M.
t W. ii. Larned
? n i In? .m I ting of three
: u .. band, were under rmm
John T. M: ? i . a bo came
hingt on t" r* pr? ?enl tl ?? d? parti
uant ?rat Lieutenant .1 ' ' 1"
il . ? com? anl? i m re drta ri
et bina < unie rtli ut. Piorlda
? Dakota ' tptaln il A I
? ; ti .- Korth iNakota' men, ( ??
int ' '. Ha? I? ? i ommand? d the
? ; . hi ent, and Captain H C
I the < totmecttcut'i men.
The n ????.?l battall? m t ut ? ommand?'
nt Commander /.. H Mad
? had torn- rampaalea of blw< 11<
the Pligrldi und ?It him. LJeute
!" .1. i", te' . ,- , ,.triin.(nr|.-*l th?- 1 i ?
it s W. Atkins ih
? ?in. Lieut? 'i. ni R ? ; Allen th
? .'?:?: Ml ' - - - ? ; i.
' ?ring em ich \
to tl npani? m their
order?Enalgn l'. M. Hrown,
nil ton llarlow, E?netga IV,
? h.nslgn E \. I
II ? -??? ? tin-i !.- and th? Ir rc- n
? - 'I .Tlllll tic
? ? drat n up ot Btti
I o ? da i" ti" "..ii.v
balf'flnlahcd ?difie? 1
little groupa ol mo irntra .-t
dial as th.- * 'ni approac
form a little lane from th? main
to the curb, t h> r* itood the <
d] r ?. i ? ' ' i ve ' i :. . .
. i llnqulthi il t- m? ur m .:?
tat not long before the ten cl
offli .? ;.? of t ne battlethlp Plor!
bad Lm ne tat heavy * ? .iTin up i
of ti,*. Cathedral at the beginning
n I???., returned ?rltb it alona I
path Th? out? r doon twung o?
and slowly th? - began to <
? i tti? atone Btept leadtng to th* en
Fallowing them cam? Pr*??id?
A Bharp oommand ran.- out, ?
i and of thn ?tth Infantry began
"The President? March.''
the Btralnt of this died away "n t
| . ? n Miiiiis ?'..lon'-i Mallory and his ?-t?
. ? ? by the entranoe to the Cathedra! -
their horses, followed by the hand i
foot, tbe-ir Inefrumente under their ara
silent exeept for a Bubdued drumbe
from one drum. Behind th? no march?
the four companies- of Infantry.
in the mean time the peJJbearera hi
i laced the hag draped coffin on the ral
. .. man on the atepe us tin
. m i dofllng his hat. The ttautlf
t'.cai anchor contributed by the eafleei
,.,,! crea of tat Brttleb erutaer Nata
which had bdrought the body to this cum
. , alto placed on the k"ii ce_rr_ag<
tbt only floral offering carried In th
inarch to the Grand Central Terminal.
The troops halted once or twice In the!
progrete by the watting gun carriage t
k.vi the ptllhttrtrt an opportunity t
secure the coh_a to the body of the caii
?on ?und to arrange the floral anchor an
t tonal flag appropriately. Behln
i ?? .iiaiitiymen marched the blue-coate
.,,aiii.es, ltd by Major Myera. Thl
officer <iinirna.rid'd the legation guard li
PeldBg at the time of the Boxer uprls'ni
and was seriously wounded there.
The sailors ITO-B the Florida followe?
th*5 marin*-?. Ueytenant Commander 7,
II. Madleon, who marched a. their head, li
th? navigating officer of the battleship
and to his skill and care la due In gre.n
part the Mg warship's safe trip up th*
bag Friday through the treacherous fos
on her return as head of the American
squadron convoying the Natal to her
Th?- marcher? halted for the last time
,, t';? last company of bluejackets ap?
proached the eOCgU. A Mide Interval v as
permitted betw??eB the third and last com?
panies, and it area bare thut the artillery*
?m n driving the calaaon fell in. Thi ten
pallbearero marclied ?m fool on either
i,r ti.? ? ?dun and th?- i.isi company of
Bailor? ? ruiii-i.t in? the rear.
A i ' ? a emblagi ol mournera stood
on the : t- pe *d tin Cathedral and watched
n,*- ttoups lile by, a go?,?i many of them
failing in behind and marching down the
hni with them. The prtotttttn never
warnte*, fora civilian otcort tl! the way to
i?, ni?- targtlaal, Bine timsc .\hu f?u out
en replaced by others picked up on the
It took abetal un : PU? and h quarter for
tin- merch?rra to eaeeii the AmTamanlm'g
liii-ly tu the Grand ?'entrai Terminal, tmcej
arrived at the Btb si reel entran???., the ?
troops parted to allow the caisson to he ?
drawn through th?? entrance to an tle*j
' yatar, The navai pallUcuiert liil?d the
tiffin from the gun carnage and rla<-ed v.
upon the elevator, which lowered it to th?
t;aln platform below. The professional
hearers, who were to aeeompany th?> b?.dv
to the ?rave, took charge of it at this
point and put It aboard the special train
watting for it at the platform.
After the body had descended, those
relatives and friends who Brete to escort
it to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery did like?
wise, ami an the troops above dispersed
the special train below, comoosed of five
I'ullmari cars and a funeral car, moveJ
out of the blur terminal.
I>owntown the n?-wapaper office? of tho
c!ty carried their flasa at halfmast, as did
the City Hall and other public building.-.
SIMPLE SERVICE IN VAULT
Only Family and Few Friends
Follow Coffin to Cemetery.
In contrast to the eluborate ceremony
which marked the Fervlc?' at the Cath'
?Iral of St. John the Divine and the match
from ins Cathedral to the Biatlon, Um
trip to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and the
servi? ?j marking the interment were se
rerely n:mple and quiet. Only members
of the family and a few Intimate frtenis
of the lato Ambassador occupied the spe
cial train. They departed from the ??raiil
?"entrai Station at 1:49 o'clock and reached
Tarrytown at 2:4? o'clock.
An electric engine drew the BBOCJal train
all the way to Tan y town, ami was th?j
first electric engine to arpear there.
William J. Howies. Chief of PSiloe, wltn s
?j'iuafl of officer*, kept in check the MSj
erowd which had gathered In the sta?
tion. The crowd formed a lane through
which tl.c niouwi'-rs passed to their car?
As soon as the Ambassador? relattTCi
and Mettdl had deaetjraaed from the train,
tiie rnotiiiman. Bdsraid Alles?, ba.-ke?l it
down to i> t ih, pa Unes tara carry the
coflln to the hearse. All the nu-n In Um
?crowd toon off ti^ir hats as the cornu
paired th. m
There were ten vehicles in te hule vin
cesskwi which left the station, it a e
ceeded fiom Depot Square to Main street,
to Orchaid street te Broadway, wl ?
ii-i ri ti. in the nid Alben] i'?? t Reed,
across th< Irving .Mem?.rial Bridge, St
E ? ;.- Hollow, Bjhren by William Rocke,
pa | the eld Doteh Charrh and In
1... th?- main gate ..f the tarim.: oM .-? me?
? ..'. : Bewies and Berce i Allen
Delefjoy. on foot. ???'??'nit?ar:i','l th? car?
1 . littl? company m?d^ ?is ?.?? to i ?e
vault tn which Mr. and Mi Darius Os>
den Mills, parents of Mr. Whittles ReM,
He hurled, flfty feel from ihe ?rrave "f
Washington Irving T".o automobil?
< i-riy|r g fl. ral off? rius* p :<?'?. ,;, , i ||
hearse, and ly Ut- ilrrn the body of the
Ambosaador had resulted Its i*-t resting
t.'a?-> the \.??iii bad b*jcasne a bower of
f: h ?rant blo.-?ntns.
Phe mourners, a *? ore In all, entered
Hii reolt vti-i? ihj iuiial aer\i?-e was
conducted bj Dean Wltuam M Ormven'-r.
? ? or of tii? Cathedral of PA. .Tnh: ?'
i ?It Ine tl ?? n-n. Howard ( ' Ro?bbrne,
r. .-(..r of the Church of the litcernatlon,
and Arch.)-.<?? m B TsJbet Resjers sf
l-'?.n du Lse, Wh . brother?ln?lsa ofOffdeu
bftlli ReM Dr Regel i ssYered I ?
11,. ?. r end i leosdhsj.
Mr. Reids be .aled '?? one of
ti-.- i ine compartments of the \a>iii in iba
centra of the ?ret] to tin- right si the ?n
tr.m,.. Mr. and Mr*, miii?. lie it- b
v.d? in nh hes Wbteh fa?e the ?loo
-\ i.ip crowd, which had stood a lone time
In the ?old OOtaMO, -n.?-. the Bpecla] ti.iln
was lote, bad gllmpei i of the walla of Ihe
vault, I'ovr"] with the ?rreatha
LONDON PAYS ITS TRIBUTE
Flags at Half-Mast at Time of
Mr. Reid's Funeral.
London, Jan L ?Many ol Ih fl,??.. en |
public Hi'd prtT/at? buHdinss In ih? West
Dud of Lo?ndon noetsd el balf-masl t..
?lay out of reers ? l foi lb? m n.f the
late American Ambsvasadur, Whit
THE TRIBUNE DELEGATION.
The members of tin Tribune ataffl
met at Karl Hail. Columbia l.'nlveralty,
and attended the ?services In a body.
Thoae preaenl were.
.lam?* M. Ii.'irri n
ll-niv W Baekalt.
William O. III'Ih.
Iy,ula E Abrv
l-'ranlt !.. I-"- N?iKkJ.
H I l'ruddi>n.
Kltn?i- It' lii>"
Charlas p. wminn.
Piank C. Waldron.
lier mu V.* l< kart.
Bdsrard ?' lank
j. a. Charlton.
r. p. o*naw.
K. 1'. lina??-.
K 1'. Iirnwn
Abraham M< ?? r
j' i: u i
Thomas 1' ?Julnn
M .1 pono-, an
.1. F .l.iK'ler
U W S, 1:11, Lit
r-'-l ? .; r ' 1?.K?..
B. Y Btnwe.
John .r Hurray.
Pat rich Ararlln
- I: Wool I.
fl .1. l(|rhar?lsiin.
i.dwiiifi c. Parry.
i ?a le m ? hrumaaoad.
Jooapti II. BttSSay.
Martin il ?Jood
Irani. ?' \\ar>1r|l.
.lohn J BsaiH
T. T. l>'?jriii.?ii
Ptanji Bt. Kranim.
BllaS W. Wl.lli'i'.r?.
Wllllain N P Iteed.
P, .1 l>--nej.
f:e..n:e |-"|rm I
Ullltam i?.?' la
I )?; IxKHiex.
\?. llliatn Bossn.
Jamas Phal? p
O/sltaj M ?:'"'
M. I". VSS Pi '
wiin-im M ' "i ?1 Mn
m llllam Johiatoo.
??hrttler (Ire. n?.
Edirai I Sl-fen
fl.; . Hufna? I.
Willi im Ali- aren.
C. Lseti i
?? .i . onnslly,
C. UariUnMig. 1
Rot ... I. 1-r.v.ii
Hilton V Baydar.
i. a Plat? n i
II K. Krahbial
,Mrf Royal ? ??rtlaaoi
? laorga ?i uni
,i\-. i' Johnson
W. I. McPl ? raon,
, P. W CTtaa?
IS. C. < sWw? II
,A Vf ?'an v.-iruin
,Mi?? ?'. .-ti i Dorrtaa
|W. ll Hay? ?
K N. Kllill'.
t i: MeMsbo i
ill, V. Shera'iod.
t. li 1 ells
Mi-nHnfti-i Sa . II
f I'uniiff. ?i^ ...
M N Mead?.
M ? liurrlii
M. M. KeynoWa.
H R ?'..Ksro?..
.1 II. Mnix
I- no ni Imane.
P M llaaxtn?.
il m Rmltl
.l?^. I ?ira-l:.
i-'raiih a. DePoy.
i.l Mnrton Cbajmey.
MtM? Cthel I'i>c.-r.
';.er?f If. Daley.
W. M Wrteht.
IF. T Hyall
.1 P. Allen
i <? Bnmmari
r p O'Neill.
\ ?' ?avaanim
?iJe.TKe ftur-ll >h
A. S. IiiMPei
lass Horn h.
WhIIh.? m Poaroro.
. II?? fliorn?
P. S ? i aw ford
W, t. I'urtln
V II Hat'?.
W. M Hairtson.
I II M. Lean
William V I'ir.
W. II. ll'.'i(iiii..ii
II. I? Kln?>luii-.
? ; S. K-Ik.mbe.
A n Parguason,
I i. ?. ?i.-iv Nawthorne,
I.. '\ I- Wim ..I
\\ f, \ 1.1 -?.* *
|,,,l|i? I ..,?! -l
?O, M ?'?rolan.
K .i l?.
? hark? B sre|iK.
I...i lia M?.i ri?
l ,.- ? 'I . ? ? I? r
I . . ,-iinn.
|P I-",, liar?"
|P K. Hlfvlir
m. .t. Qrinm
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A T ?'amnlietl.
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! MR. REIS FMI
I Representatives of Many Walks
in Life Attend Cathedral
GATHERING IMPOSING ONE
? Education, Patriotism, Industry,
International Amity, Reliijion,
Fraternity Expressed by
Little companies of men, making in the
aggregate a regiment of fellow Citizens
who Mished t i express their grief over the
loss of a valued colleague, attended the
services In the Cathedral of St. John the
Divine yesterday to represent the mani?
fold Interests of Whlt*?law Reid.
Public bodies, private club?, aemi-pub
lic associations, all of them standing for
the progress of his fellow men along some
particular line, testified through the pres?
ence of their delegates to the honor in
which they held the memory of the Am?
rdneation. patriotism, congeniality, in
duttry, the love of the beautiful, Intern.i
ttooal amity, religion, culthation, fra?
ternity, love of birthplace, veneration of
ancestry, politb B and peace?all these
ideals were expr?-.-se*J by the names of th.?
organizations s*hlch claimed Mr. Held as
a member and active worker.
Various organlzntions with which Mr.
Reid Mas associated Mere represented as
STATIC BOARD OF RFOFNTS?St.
(lair M. -Kelts ay, Vice-*'hancellor; Fugcne
A. Phllbin, Chester ?S. Lord, William Not?
tingham. F. M. Carpenter, Abram ;
I'lkus, Lucius K. Llttauer and the foilow
j ing Assistant Commissioners of Educe
iiii.n: a. fl. Downing, (.'. F. Wheel", k and
I F Finegan.
UNION UCAOU-B CLUB. Jatttth H
Catata, Chatuaaty m. Deptw, Horact
! Porter, Liihu Root, ?Jeorg? R. gheMon.
'? \ Barton Reptara, J. rurpont Morgag
1 lien';- Clewa .'"seph F. Gai-. Charle? K.
Greg? ?>, Charle? B> Ruehntore and Hem
? Uel ?V. Fair. luid.
iNi'.y CLUB-Fraah 1 Witheri.ee.
? harl??? r. Hoffman, Rowland Diavia,
Arto it i-, Wi. ka, Theodore frellnghu; -
?en and Dalia.? Bache Pr.?it
! CHAMBER OF COMMERl E J Pier
??organ, Joteph H Chonta, Andrew
gl General Reraet Port? . Beth
Low, l o.. II Schiff and HlcboUst Mur?
METROPOLITAN MI BEI M OF ART?
Robert .* .;? i ci. at William L?grtng An
drew? Edward D. Adarria John W. Alex?
andei William Church Oeborn, George F.
Bakei George a. it-am Howard Mane?
? tu -i and l'a nie! C. French.
i in-. PlLGRlMd Mr Erneel Bhe
ton ' I ". who att. nil-'i at th? regneat
of Lord Roberta prettoVnl ef !|.e Pilgrlma
i oi Oreal Britain: Getarge T Wilton, rlCi
pris",?iit ari<l chtlrtMU of the aaecUtlV?
'oiiuitte* of the Am? rh-an Pilgrims, and
|G??orge \?. Mam Burfelgh JC| bolaa M?r?
ira* Butler? Jotipb li < beate, B. F, Dar
Irell v. un.mi Curt?a i??-ii..re?t. it u
I Esvart Samuel W, PulrrblW l-atrrem-a
L Ollleapt? Johi " Grlgga i olonvl
i i ? : i i llaintlton
' \\ MgMe, J. i'i. rpohi Morgai Herbert
' Robla, Rol ? " C ' '?v-ie .. F. ? 'unllffe
O? ? Alton i' Parkei. it A t' garita,
i -, .iK- Grai Ward Prad
u, u i.it. Idg? . st- wart i. Woodford
,i i II ?.-? '.\ k. s
IT AKDR W iBOriBTY Gaerge Aus
i?.' ? - .n. jr William gloane, it Oil
? V a?er B> i>tt Al? i and? : B, llalli'
? i. ind Andren Carnegie
LOT? ?S CU B Irani; It l_iM|. in -,
i beati g i ..ni. Charlea \Y Price, John
1!.. -en KM.lea John Kld.rklii. William
T i ? M< Ivtlle K Btort Arthur v. ?r?
i ni ? w Carnegie Walter E Frew,
ride 0 Bno? Carroll Beekwith
William Barri, Adolph S. i'dis. Clinton
w Bweet, Howard K. ?tuna??. William
M ' bate, i r \ 111 -r Batcheiler, Jamen Creel
man, I ?. Duneka, gtepben Flake, Henry
Watteraot Edward Q Rlggt? Jatanea
Irving R, wi'-1 and Prodi nek ft,
DELTA KAFPA IT'Sii.? >N'-rha?i.?s F.
Mathewsswt Jamea Amleraon Hawea,
\?, i mi Clifford Moere, Owen '.ray stm
ttier I Barton Repburn, Harry B, Fat?
1er, Rdwln S, Chapman, Charlea ir. Oidt,
H |i Benedict, Herb) rt R Glbta Dai '-I
Bennett King and Proftatot lamea B.
>Ti|n BOCIETT?William B Ha\?.k,
pu voient; William H. Trueadal? Horact
.f Morse, James <1 Neweomb and <?en-j
eral Ansori G. MC'xik. vice-presidents:!
Fand n Pite?^. ir. secretary; Howard
K Crall, treasurer: Jeeepti O. Butler, jr,
PrankHn Tuttle, .'anos if Rochnowar,,
?' .M Hlgglnt, Henry B. Itead. William I
it Melon? and Milton T Jactnaeu.
?VI W ENGLAND BOCIETT Cherlet
.? Burke, Bdtrin W. CoggeahaR, Emory]
s. Lyon, il-it" it B? Carpenter and Henry
A ? ashing
THE PLATERB i"hn Drew.
REPUBLICAN CLUB?J. Van Veehtenl
oieott Bdmund Wttatara, Mortimer C.
Addoma Robert C Morris. William g. I
p.? ii.il. William M R ?"?icott John
prortiir Clarke Henry Clay i'lerc. .lohn
A. Dutton, J. Edgar Leaycraft, Henry
Birrell, George Clinton Bateheller, Ar?
thur I.. Merrlarn. Herbert Parasit?t and
.t.-\m> s Tartaaiot,
AMERICAN COMMITTEE POR THE
CELEBRATION OF THF lOaYTH AN'M
VER8AR1 OF PEACE AMONO THE
ENGLISH BPaUKING pp.opI.FS. Ifl4
-If? ? Austen Q. FoJt, P I'ultnn Cut finir.
Jahn H I'inlei, Robert C Morris,
charles gttwart Pavttoa ami William B.
PREM CLUB --Charles n Mc?'aule\,#
John O'Keefe and Frank McBlttg.
nrBLIBHER-T AS8* ?' ?IATION - Colo?
nel Wlllltm Jay. Ralph Pulitzer. Don C.
Belta William C. Relrk. Charles It. Mil?
ler, Adolph S tuTis, Herbert BL Ounnl
son, Herman Rlddtr, Irani? A Munsey
and Herbert I. Bridgtnga
SAN MATEO "PAYS HONOR
Service for Whitclaw Reid Held
at Same Time as Funeral.
i. :. -, *i k la ru rrii.iinf i
San Mateo, ''a'. I?'. I.-In memory of j
Ambtl sador WMttlaw Ittld, service? Moro|
held in tlu ?'Inirch i.f St. Matthtw h?r I
tii-.iay. at the same hour that the furi<ia|:
nas being held In NOW York. A special]
musical programme hud l?e?-n prepared.
and th*- ??ugte hymne wert s'?ng and
nit mima rendered her? M hi the East. I
Th* Rev. Walter H. Cambridge, rector |
Of the church officiate?!, and the muatcl
w m ? harji" Of PloTesSor Joseph Smith.
All UM local friend? of the late Ambassa?
dor ver? In attendance.
Mrs Reid f?Mtnded the Churctl of 3?
Natthew'a Rad ? Irtae. ilo->idtal in h-uvr
p| btJ motlitr.
COLD KILLS WOMAN
IN AN ICY STREET
High Wind Causes Much Suf
ferinq Far and
?WIRES DOWN,TRAINS LATE
Wind Blows Water Out of
Bay, Causing Lowest Tide
Hereabouts in Many
The high tide that swept over the Bat?
tery Wall on Friday gave place yester?
day to the lowest tide in more than thirty
years, and the ferryboat Winona, instead
of keeping up her trips between White?
hall street ami Brooklyn, was stranded tn
her slip, and wallowed about for half an
hour trying to pull enough water under
her padilles t?i get into midstream.
The gale that swept the city brought
with It eolil and damage to property and
death in at leawt one Instan?:?., for a wom?
an, neatly but poorly dreSHed f?)r the win?
ter weather, eras fourni lifeless on the
sidewalk at Kent avenue and Grand
street, Brooklyn. The police say she di??i'
from exposure. Most of the Injury to
buildings was In the way of broken cor?
nices ainl smashed window??. Two bin;
plate glass windowa WOTS blown In at No.
'?381 Broadway, and the ?lerks In the cigar
store thetv had to hurry to cet their dis?
play to safety. A 2?o-foot fence in front
of Public School 3. at Grove and Hudson
atresta, was blown oxer.
Trains, especially from the West, were
much delayed. The New York Central's
fast mail, due at 7 55 o'clo?-k \estcrda.y
Morning. di?i not arrive until iii p. in
The Beaver, due at 7 ?0 a. m, ?i?l Dot ST?
rt?e until nearly 4 p. m. The PhfcagO
asprees and the New Haven road's New
Kngland Kxpress were both about tare
hours late. A big bulletin at ?h?: Grand
Central Terminal read.
'Tra?na ?li-la>t?d on a^eomit of sne* -
storms. floo?lK, high winds; tofeejrapb
wir?1? are down."
Dispatches yrsfrdny reveale.l aire
; trouble all the nay from Jacksonville
to Bang'-ir. and thousands of llnem"n were
j mobilized early in th" morning at va?
rious centres to hurry out and repair the
| ?laui.ig. More than sixty through wire?
! between this city and Washington went
d?>wn in the storm. Near I"*??t Buffalo, a
j line of fallen poles a tulle long. Btret? :? d
beside the rallara) tracks. .??-?,.r<? i;?t repair
trains were reported at work .?n the nray
! from OhlcaKo to this city,
Paasengsra wtio had ptit out nizht be?
I for* last on board the Fall River litiT
I ri <i\ id? n???? arrive*] ben '? rail .it ":i7
p. m. yesterday. TV- big vrhlte boat
! Mtrn.-k BttCh a high gal?- an.I high :-ea :n
! ihf Round ?i.e ha?i t?j go bai h to her pier
at Sew port
Th" low tide here ara II ? r* i eauee of
a rl??t on a ?.chart at |*0tl atrcet and the.
Eest River ih ?he rnornlng, for about "?
i ? ?on? ?...siting for boat? lo take them to
? ? fri'fids an?l relatives on Bleck
I well's, Randall's ami the other city lei
ends f imed and fretted tharassrees into ?
? tight. Th" boats could not ??et to the
i ?rhsrf be?cause the vat-r eras toe low.
lard the CtoWi. largely ?otinn. began 10
claw eeeh otber'a f?"-s nr,.i push and
I'be two ..?..??men Ofl the pier
? I ill a ? -M fer reserves?, but
?undka were lo--' ?< ?. boi nets wen iroken
, , fare the poll? einen ; rrii e.i
BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL MUSIC
at the Cathedral.
i!.r." have bees f??. if any? tttheUona
;i, N. ?>. York uiibli have BO convincingly
<i<'in";:i.frat'd tii" fad that the ROSSI
traeMtfonS ?>f .hurch must?- arc among
othir impressfv? and beautiful tiung
aiii.ii ere t?>_ be perpetuated at th? Ca?
thedral of Mt John the nivlne a? ?1id '
the programme at th.- funeral of Mr.
There was no attempt at pomp in the
muadcal servi?. An organ preluil" and
postlude, seleetlona from the 3Sth an?l tti
Pseirn in enUphonal ?etUnfs by r*uitoo,
of th.- .-ighte.nih century, and Turle. of a
hundred yeera later; an erithesa of besuti?
fui effectiveness, from Pir Arthur Built?
van'i "Light of the \v??ri?i" ("Tea, th >ugti
i walh"), and, sftei the benedictloo, ihe
?,\iii?n' m til?- setting traditional m the
court ehut*eh of Saxony, which tirst lieu?
,!, k ??! ri mi his ''Reformation" symphony)
. nd sfter him w.icn? r. in "Parsifal.'1 r*ar?
iled beyoad th? ehureh walhv-tbese
pteoss and two hymns were all.
The ilrst h\mn area a translation of a
?,reek canticle beginning "Tho?<> eternal
bowers," by St. John of pama*.-us; the
>.. ...Ti'i eras John w. Chadwlck's "it sine j
"th l/iw In Beery Heart,' which ceme
out of the Unitarian hymn book, but
had a peeullar spproinTlaterteaa from th?
feet thai it was sung years ago at tho I
funeral of Mr RolO S old Tribune ??sso
elate, Dr. Rlptey, The organ prelude
anas Choptn'a "funeral March," the post?
lude the "Dead March"' from Handel's
Mr Farrow, organist and choirmaster of
the church, ?as,In charge of this music,
and the marvellous belenes of the ch??lr
of boya ?nd men. the beauty of tlu-ir ?
voices and the perfection of their d>nam- I
h- nuances gave an Impress! ven-'ss to the
:,-.-...i pi-rvl.-. which tew of those Who|
heard it could re?-ali.
FISKE GOES TO NEW DUTY
Rear Admiral Becomes Aid for
Inspections in the Navy.
i Trim Th? Tribune Ruraau. 1
Washington, .Tan. 4- Rear Admiral
Bradley A. V'lske. ?ommander of the first
dlvLsion of the Atlantic fleet, was de
tatehed to-day to become aid for inspec?
tions at the Navy Department, to sue? eed
Rear Admlial Charlea J. Badger. The
latter sijoeeeii Rear Admiral Hugo Oster
baas aa coeaaaaaeTer in chief of the At?
The last official ?lut?- of Hear Admiral |
f-lxki- aa heed of the first division was to
command the naval escort of honor that
met the British beMteSStlp Natal bringing
he as tbe be?i| or Whiteiaw Rei?i. ne
V , also the official representative of th?
navy Si the funeral In New York to-day.
Rear Admiral l-"l.?ke ?u? Imrn in Lyons.
N. V. on June II, D',4. and wan gradu
ate.l from th?: I'nlte?! States Naval acade?
my In IH7 4 with second honors in his
class. He ha.? SSTVSd at many station.?-.
He was navigator of the Petrel at the bat?
tle of Manila, an?! was reported by her
captain for "eminent and conspicuous ??on?
duct In battle' and by Admiral Uewey for
As inventor of valuable naval devices
and equlpaaent Rear .\ -111111.? I I i>k. holds
a pasee of boner in the navy. ii. bus in
rented i boat aetticbJrtf eppartptua, ? s>.?- !
um ?j. slectxlcal <.tu.?uuu.^iiuu ?w. m- '.
teriot> of warships, the sta?limetre, an i
? lectric range Boeder, an electric ammuni- I
tl"i hoist, a ranee Indicator, a battle j
! ord^r telegraph, a speed and direction In- I
j dlcator, a helm indicator, a system of '
turning turrets of warships by electricity,
the navai t~i*acope and the ho riz?me ter. ?
II? ?sat awarded the Elliott Cresson gotg
medal by Franklin Institute In 1893, and
a goto medal for a prize essay by the
I'nlted Btatee Naval Institute in 190.1. He
ts tne tntftor of "Electricity In Theory
and Practice," wbicb ha* had several
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Fur Coats and Matched ?Sets
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At ?so war At ?65 "sssr
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At 22 Valuer o $45 At *35 Value? to $75
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