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Ballroom at Plaza Crow
Benefit "Masque Chant;
AFFAIR NETS ABOUT 5
Subscription Dance To-c
Aid the Rolofs Jansen F
Air Home for Boys.
rvr ? ' of tin? Maronite
s hick is in chargi "f
B'akic ? ?au tus chantant'1 o
? ???is held .1! th. !'la/.;i
The ? ntcriiiiiiMi.
i? r the aitsadcas of cardii
? Re and appredstlve a
m. The auec??aa
? . a large eatenl ?in.?
Mrs. William i*i;?n,-,s
?i.?? - rays i hewn s gri al lat
\ ."? '??-. a? i two -i
Mat ac Etl ? : Jon< a,
? itiM by Mi-s Anns i'?.
rsoaiatlon b; Mi-?
I -I a (fro'ij, .i
Oil There \v<r. also two
Rutg? r Planten.
? ahoi t p?a?
??ritt? ti for ti
i ?f v .
f Ireland." and n ?i
I ? . Toae Mel nt y re
? ??? v .
? r.iiv -t|
M --
m -4 Tl ..i..r.i Bros n
Sal?* M I: ; ' Kei i" x
? : Miss Ron
V
' Daaean
I a ? laoa, Mr*--. ' to
BBStk Ml WarTflSU Kirn,." . Mrs
Mr- I*Tnn?*IS Rurrall ll?
i, .! I ?ilion. Mr.?. Mora
? i Mi? Nleholaa Tonag soi
,i.,-ot. Phillips
4* i bouse -if Mrs. Pi
h We-' ? ?
aid for ti,- bei
? r? ' for
?, e auxili
,.i ,i ?
, who ii.li>*'i i?
: ,ll .
I StiOM Si
Misa .1 ills Et ?
i lai ? .. ?' '
rod.
irrlved t?. n
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-,
M l'.iinl. \. ?? ?
- ? ?-? Ith li<--r car. nts. Mr and
Macculloch Mil ei
rd, N. H.
e has
? the eil fro i ml as!
. . - ?Ml boose li
-
? ir- p| u ' aecb
?lit).
.?' .. Mi - Si. i h< ;? 1 '?
? rn I
e in 1
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V'urk yesti si thm
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| ' I'rai
Park ha
it th? ilotel I'll.-?:*.
s :'.: ah ?? -, incl.
?rfll'inli ?i
? - -?it 11 i, rid '
M .?? :;.\? ,.,- i K?tXX
esterda al home,
'
Il B. Pi ? -
N .1 , ar? al '
; ? t ? ta
M . Mrs H? r,i\ M Tilfor?! Bill
....
Mia Lias BUllton
e Banford
' ,-.|,-, f, to i< in.iiii tvin w? el
-o? ??? " ?
WASHINGTON.
. ... .
'?. |d 11 ?
At t^e White House.
epted the ofll? a
i of Hi" Bouthsa:. i
? ? ?? al Aasixistton ??
Mi ? Martl
lent ?nd found? i
istion. The parpaas <>f the >?
?i..., ..! children living
the h*o ithei n stat?
. I?, ?"hlf-f .lll'tie.' .??lie;
?.ppsals i? tl"" pi.-.
? ftrnson went tu Biehmoi
? ;ten<J the ?onvriitioii of tl
??Vomen's ? lt*r1otlaa 4oaoeiatl<
an-i tr, ,,<-:>\?.r an u'l'l'
The Cabinet.
aa ' aMaat n i ? ptloa daj i
? i 'la.tion ??-.i*? ' 'lebrai? I to-da
i-*ru sil of th? Cabtnet womea reesri
>nr
??in- Bryan ir? ? iv?-.i .1! the Mear wiiisr
' ? , Mil'-- bar husband bi
-?Tri' - t.tarv of Btats
Mr- riarrison r?t*t*?lved lnf?9riBaJ
a,.n. who h?'l int.*n?1eil ke**|i
boose, ;.ssBBanled Mr. B rla
lead to the nnat niara at Takon?
?*"?rk and apenl the afternoon wltk Ora
t?' .),,' n B. ii.i.P-i*-"!,. ?m oM friend
th? rs ??h a prattent
Daiilsls receaved at Blngls Dak
. ? ni. her Mr*? I"rankUa D. Pooaa
? ' .... A-fir-tHtit gscrstsry ?.
tii' Nary' Mrs Ix*o H O'-?*i wan. MM
*8'i??8 Worth Bagley ih?* mothei of Mrs
?toilet* Mm [,firh ?-. l'ilm-r, Mrs. Tea?
Min M Potts and "Mrs. Vn I lam, w IV4M 0*
tat tMa t-- Bac retan DaBlela, and ti??
Daniels, slatsrs <>f the hostaas
Mrs "Franklin k. Lane reestved and hai
???tiPtine: i,?-r Mrs. lessph M<'Kenan, M"
?vorli?., Mr. . ,,.?rr<.* I '?i.-imh? > In?'?. **,,w
"'?s?' Wallace, Mrs 1rs * ?..i.I.->. Mrs.
?>'*ht' 1er, Miss ? lumiPcrliiln hii-1 Mti"i
Msrgarei rt*?-.it??*itr.
Hiss Agaea Wilson, daughter of Ihe
?stratar*. of u?i".i, raraived for bet
"?oth-T. Who in a *??n.i-lnvHl!d. ThBN
"*"*-?? ,-,-v. ral glllS with MtSS WSOB,
?mon?; ?hem M?m? Brlstow, Ml** Rags?
???la snd th?? Misses skrofhseh.
The Diplomatic Corpa.
The Prench Arnhasr?ad??r and .Min?. JUO?
rasne l.a*.. t?-?".???! mrtutleau for a ebb?
?*r "ti April if. snd iiii'.tli'i on April '?
""^".????rniitii Ambaasador and Ct-anaara
?("' Bssiistorff si??l Mr. von BttlOW, Oei
-"?an ntturh', will g?. to Nf*w tork to-moi
?BB rnornin-r, ?n<1 on Hat?ir?1sv Ih*? ?onn
MISS DODGE LOCKED !
UP IN MOTHER'S HOME
Girls Roseate Dreams of a Career Behind
Footlights Vanish After Talk
with Her Stepfather.
I By C*a ]
'? ' Jon, April 9. M Im i.m-y Big*?
Dodg? ?s under loch and kei I b? r ''
home, .n \n m Seymour atreet W< t, I
to-night, and the roseate dreeuns "f ? '
itage career that ?n?im-o?l her t" leave
iin- h.uis.- of her.mother, Mrs, Lionel
11 ?? '. t- m; orariiy ?it least are sh.it
'?i' d.
I ^.I?looking young uni vus dis?
- 'i late last nighl bj i a o private
detective?, after ahadowlng .? iicns?. in
<ii.ift.--i.ui> nv<Miue, ?n the h?sarl of ill?'
th?-.<tri? ni boarding house district, snd
. omparable t" the streets In the low? i
'i..*- ni Manhattan,
ii was "!.!> after in earnest coi
--.?iti'.ii s Ith her stepfather that Mb
Dodge consented to abandon h?-r int?*ii
ti-'tis of atarring bach of the footlights*.
Tin- famll] n*-''". ;.ii means t_ kegp
vlaitors i-.-a- from the -*iri to?day ?'?ml
gave oui the ?,. ??? that ehe was visit?
ing friends In the country, but it a*as
Ii ,- ?...i deflnltel: la er that the Ii de?
i" ndenl grand?! lughter ol ihe 1st? John
pi 'iiiil?i aurvetllance In
ai uppei room In the - rim looking
8
"H.i\ ? no fear; we n **f<
I .,(i\? r ? 't go sws aoon."
?aid . member of the bo ? hold
All c'*rts "f nini^rf- At* -?tl ?.it nbnut
i ?i d n eociet) giving ? > motil e for
tho peculiar flicht of Mrs, Quest'a
?liter, bul the generally accepted
Un ..r- i that in- i ? ..-.,! .old
girl ? ? tag? tad. sin- h.is I
nrdenl devotee of matinee? i??r th?* last
and "-n Ing the period "f time ah?
.i cow ' al? 'i under an aaanmed
name ahe had been communicating a ith
several theatrical managers whom she
had met at various i lines.
I >...i_.' hail be? n I i-itm?: 11 l< ""
,i. Bomerset and returned to London
..n April :: She arrived .-.i Charing
Cross st.m?.u tiikius; :m old-fashioned
four-wheeler, snd ahe ?uni h?w maid
drove horn?. Miss iN>Ag started to
_i 11 -__.. t. hut made aome ilpretexl and,
giving tin- maid the slip, sin- drove i"
n garage, where she wenl throutrh the
limn..-:' brought in.m the countr)
She t""k I'.n t ?>!' her w* m Ing api ?
i ?) had th.- ti link"? put "ii i taxicab,
.-? tiding tin other? back.
\ qulel little hotel in Queena B-.
waa her next atop? The clever Ml
I >. ?? i ?_?c - -. giving ?m assumed nami re?
mained ;.t the hotel .-.n night but the
next da] uh< took another taxicab ami
a ?i i t" Shalt- nbur) ? ?* ? nue, It ?va
ii-.' hihi last t? ii_rlit sl IU <>'< lo
Un girl ? im? "in "f the house to
.i letti r, lhai the d? tectives Identified
her snd telephoned Mr. ??m-st. who at
first advised that M waa best to leave
the girl in the hmis. all night, but he
changed his mind and went t" see her.
a tense Intervisw t?...k placo, hut final?
i Mis.*- Dodge egresad to _?'? h'.m?-.
und Mi von Hiiiow win asti foi ''???
many n ? ambassador ail] r? tui i
Washington ?>n Bnnday and will not
d m til late In June, when h<
.? rnstoi It ??? I upend
immer with hei on th? ? tat? N'
von BUlow win be attacl ? Poi
rign Ofl
In Washington Society.
Mrs. Marshall i ? ? . ? ?
J
R< .- .dn .i snd Mi ?.
? ? ? tslned . ? ?
Court '..-?
tar? of the >- ?
?l.|.|. .1 Su ?..?.: ' ':?
M .*-?-.'.. s iialnr and Ml h _lan
tin. Captain M- Cully. Ii
Ma) Ho? ? ?tii
Mr. ; nd Mrs. ? ?
?
:
Mr?. F. Bmlt
Misa m I? i. Tsfl I* In (,
? ? - - of the Navy I
? ? .1 M Meyer i nd th? Ml -- d?
il enteriMlnmeni
Taft.
AT NEWPORT
? - ?
I Mr* ?il
len * ' Ka j mond wi re dli
or t A dal t hia ? i - i ?
..f M ? 1-. of M ?
who will noon lea ? 11
??ustin 1.?
.
?
? th? !
on Ii-.?-:, ..i. -.?.;,s reported Im
! t.'-.l.i.,
ei
ha ? ... So
IN THE BERKSHIRES
l
I.? nOX, Ap II '-' Wilham 1 ? j
Mr- . . McBui - I
en ' !
I 8, W Wood a
....
? ?i . , ?i. i ? t ' '
i..?*?, .? bull? At I
iir Monda] a vot?
Mra la "?. foi : ? Inter?
? nt? rs
I?r. and Mr? Henrj H Jaoues ?ho
have been In Pari !?? tl
it th ? rtls Hotel
GERMAN THEATRE
Recitations and Song at the
Irving Place.
?Anna I w ?wing ? on Straw
- ? ex? aptlonaJ ?
and gift mall? snd mui Icsl i ?
cltsl yesterds] afternoon si th- r
ri.i?-.? Tin at-. Her re? Itatloi
tr??n. ti,.- deep drama tie not? ol "The
Tragedia * Death" to the d?licat? -harm
..f the almplest ? ?? i maa i hlldn i atoi lot
?nd ??' rse ? hile In betwe? ' ? .
Helne'a "Pilgrimage t.. Kevlaar" the full
\ slue of it- m. ittc \isii.ii it ??
HggtH to listen t" her, an?) one hop?
hear her again.
Frau R? rtha C Klein, dran I
mo and Royal <>i"*tn ringer, sang th?
?n.,- ? r from '"i ? sad soi i
Brahma Wolf and Ferdinand Hummel.be?
rides eneorsa Paul Iteimere, tin rjerman
tenor Heder tlnger, added furtbei to th?
?*tij">m?*tit "f -a notabl] 11- .<??'i.' -,ft':
noon h.. ainging aonga bj m< nd? I
gehuhert and Dalcrose, and, b] wa
i an "''i Q* rman f"i!-:
??. ?mm
THEATRICAL NOTES
\ ?lrarnati?- vsrslon of "Drengellne, 1
ri hotnss V7. Brondhurst, v. in I.
N.w Tort m the beginning oi lb? eomtns
: , asi.ii by Arthur Hopkins. The Pia; will
i.. useasntsd by a oast ol seventy-live
,., ? ons, .'" sded b) ESdns Ooodrich,
Mine. Marki.r-it. a celebrated Germen
seUeao, will <h> a "melologue," with mu
-de by Chopin ami words by tTjeskl, -<? the
t...!,? nt ta ?>?* gives for th. Volunteer I ? ?
\ir rund and French Day Nursery, al th?
Century Theatre on the evening
April li
Misa Bailie Usher wUl head the MU at
the Palace Theatre noxt w.?-k. app?
in a aeries of songs, each chsrscteriatl? ol
it ?tlfT?-rt-nt period In the hlntor) ?,t thi
country. Bhe appears in ?t\ different ro
turnee, ranglns from the mod? rn ball
?_?. g n to the a?;?- ?>f crinoline
May irwin. Staring the remslndei of h
sngsgstnent m "Widow i>- Proxj." ?m
rdns "nr' "f but old aonga ever) Monda?
muht N?-xt Monda] In will aim "The
h rn-i*.'
The Kes Y.iri< eontlngent of tin* h.nt
n,until Collegs Alumni ?.r.- planning t"
attend th?- Lyceum Theatre In s body i?>
wr 11 B. w ai n- r m "The Qhosi
Breaker " The function win be in honor
,.f Charlea \\ (loddard, ;? liartmouth
graduate, ?ii", *aiii> Paul Dickey, wrote
th.- ton, atreet thriller.
The ?Hants an?! the Boatos Braves,
WOP Opea th?* National l.'-afm- i.?.<>- at the
Polo Qrounda tn-dav. have accepted ti..
Invithti.m ..f Robert Milliard uml the Cri?
terion Theatre management i" wltneaa t.,
nlght'i performance "i "Thi Argyle
Cast sad ->?ill .??ill'-, the boxea,
Lgrila Lopsuhoars was tin guast ..r ai i -
i-"i"i Hi.(i-.- at a dinner given In her honor
um night. The secaste? v-..?*- Was i--?i?.?..
kowa'a tsrenty fir-1 blrthdsy. In the ?'..it.
Ware Minn Ku??hm<>ie, .Misa Lillian U-?-,
Mlee Quaenle Vaaaer ami Mise i'i-x^v
wood, ?>r "Tke i_??iy of the guppar."
MISS HELEN SEARS TO WED
Engagement Announced to J. D.
C. Bradley, of Boston.
i. . .. ?
I lost I ll I? ?? M
g? i -?: So Arlington I
I s?ment of her
. ?? " - Hel? n Sear?. I"
; ??? ? ameran Brad f Bol
...
Bos toi i a m?
toi the ?
th? ?????::
???''. oth? I
ted tu tli.
?
Mr Bradli s a
i mem bei ?
' lyb ti - IP.! rard ? lub i n. si
Harvard Clob rrfc
J R. CASWELL. 7H, TO WED
Newport Widow Several Years His
Junior To Be New Yorker's Brido
i : ; t pi
?
? ? ' .'?-?? port
Tu.
?e Mr?. Mai ' I ?
.1,.I ? ' -
N. '4 1 ?" . ., ? , r(.||
? .
i:,v . : .
- I ? '
WOODWmRD-LUDLAM
eddlai Ruth i
Mi ?. list 11
ll w.Iwsi
the Inca
R ? ,- . i.
?'
pen moi y, whl h a ai followed bj
the horn? I
tl i irtland av,
. maid of
Sylvia
Wilde, Mis? laouli
1 r?h i.ii.l
Harold Motl Robert
B
Mi w... ds ' Hi and
Mi William || Woodward, of W? ?".
Ion an :?'?', B
ACHF.LIS-- BRUFF
U itl .,i,i. Imm?diat? relativ, i :?... ni
Miss H i: lughl? f ? Hilan
.1. ni Ini It' iff. i " a,nia led i"
Ke Achelia
home of th? paren! Mr.
? I ?
?| ' . R? i'. .i Howard M.
i lu?) Ti m.' B ool i 11 J i .
'i,., bi Ide, i? i " i? In moui nini fin her
er. Mi III? hard I' n
v. bom i he mad? her bom?. I
attendant Mi ? istli Ji nkli ttruff
Brett ?. .. ? ?
thm tali ? ? .",
GRIER?WEGSTFR.
Kathleen *\ - b t? di i| bt< i ??'
Mr .i .i Mi ? ,; Webst?
Na tit ? ?iini'"i svei us Brookl* n and
John Ctewdreji Oriei son of Mr. and Mti
? Orl? of Oo ihen, *. v , were n,:.,
n. .i i.isi ??? ' nu | !?? tan Re? i n Bi flair
1er it a ?i*- .i i ..m. cea?amoni. to
' which onlj i Hath ea a '.?i i i"?> p? i
? id i, rtdi wer? bidden. Mira I ?o? I W ? bi ti
,, i i t> i' maid ..i honor snd tleoi%t
broth? i bss1 man Tise
brldegroom wsa graduated from Cornell
.n 190.
WILLING?RAWLE.
i. r? rsrsph l o Th.
,. iphls, Api H '? Mil a Edil h
i;,,,t i,-, dsught? i <'f ll* ''?? Mr. snd Mrs
,;.,,, i,. ??;,- mai i i. .i ni noon to
,.,., |- n,e Church of ""? Redeemer, Brj n
,, .,, , pens '" I?ieutenaai Edward
?Ihlpi -n W llllng, I" H M. C . sob ut Mr
and Mn Oeorga \v llllng, of Chestnul
inn Th>- bride was given away by her
brother, Edward Peace Bawls, and ?vus
.?tended '?? !l'' Matar, Misa Lo?las
', , m. ?v Ming had in- broth?,
,- . w ,h,i _ r.. a l ? -t man Onl;
the iminedtate families ettetjded the?
,?,?,. and wedding '";"'-' "?l*J ol?
10w?d at C.'icntj *n? h""" "r -*?
:MXREA"lSTrTE TO FAMILY
1 Former Railroad President Left
??More than $50.000."
'' "?1"'-'"l;id:1?a,'>" *ot ? .'?
in? will "' ???' '.,.,,? Railroad ....
??I the I'.-iin"? i* .. , ?,i| wmi ...i,,,,,,,,]
wl,., ,|li-.l v<-">< ..,,., ,.. |.,.m, . ,,. ,
t,, probate a? ? ,,. abt?te wa ? ?? t..
end ...... i* *??l
ti,.- M< ('res ??'"' ,,, , names sr< men?
The servaBis. .. :,. ,,, be kc|.t m con?
Honed In <;"' Ztnett i,
f.,.t n- long M "Tt
FEW WEN WHS
hl SECRETLY MEO
Interborough Association So
Declares in Letter to Board
of Education.
FOURGENEROUSEMPLOYERS
Will Let Girl Workers Attend
School at Regular Wages
for Ten Weeks?Fight
Over Principal.
Th? lnt<. -. . lation ?.f W ora
? " T? sgalnsl the con ? almenl of
mai r. ? men ? .,,, teach In the i
..-i nation from th
' ?
? t" Mi-- Board "f Education .-.. ati
v' G C. Sf. . han, tu ?
*** "' ' I V" .'
' ' ? ' pI le ved by the a
?' ?.. -,.. foundation to
?? " ? irge numl i r of women
rere married id .-???? ?
ing their mania ?
The communication In pari ?va* as fol?
?
"The ? - - ? ? . .. of the Inter
borough Aso? laUon of W om< n T? ..?
? - .. iin_ rjlsci ? .1 ihe I
no?
'
tain teachei th. ? . vice
d? i the bylaa which
i- .| iir? . marri?
?nd arishi to ret ?in h< i posit o*
. i: marriage t.. th?
i -. thoritlea The commltt? d?
plorea the ... tlon ol those tea? hera and
*? gi "i. t ..? , lampl? 11 teed befor? i
of an Impresale-nabla nur by fallara to
; th?* relinga of aupe riera
Few Married Teachers.
"The eeanintttee bsiievea also thai ?h??
report In the presa elabtdag that an ap
? - .ble pat antags of the tea. hli i
have diaregardsd the requirement! of thla
- la arlthool fo indatlon in fa l and
la unworil ? of
?
by f nufacturei rhtt
" a n u m* ? r ol
tteen yea
; .
emplo ? ? ire In need of
?
?
not
mtli
th?
? ? \l
vi... tin & ? I
It ?
rltl
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...
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?
Frlclmar Appointment Reacted.
M < .el cited
? '? | ? ? ?
'
?
f 34 to 17. Dr. Ira
?
? ,i ? . ? . ? . ? . .?
?
?nimm?
. f Fold ma i
held pr?
f th?
,1 t., Patrick F "
pointed ?>> ;
I
Presiden!
comn the
Man' I P. Uschi
lotion and
:
I M
Us? hman's
1.-, .!? ' . i - - >l
? ? ? an
r. Elliot . ' ry. bj
? n trat ' HI via
tritt, and that ot O? L**rsnl \
1,,.,.. innioa and
H
?DIE MEISTERSINGER" SUNG
Audience Not Large, but Per?
formance Is Up to Standard.
pet i.-' i.' l ?
pn ? -.i la . night at the at? tro
Opera I ti perl
up to thi I it.
.o. willy Buera Ii not Un Idea
In ugh hi*? n.ii.nation la
am but Mi L"i the mosl
lyrle w.iii- ' ihst N ? a I orl hai *??? n ?-i
i.... ; ' .1 Mme, ? lad I ? - i '.- i snd
Braun'*, i'- I ? ' I nd?
I?
\ foi thi lh ekm? aer of Mi i lorit
and o?- i '.. ? -i of Mr. fl where can be
found thrii . -,- * .i word, I ???
nhould i- said for the Kothner >?( Mi
K.? i.ii..i ..i. Ingei
who ni.i.i.- ol the eharactei ?? genuine tm
... aUon, '.. Me Ingini II .I ? i
Mi - I...I.-. . ond?? I? d
IRISH COLLEGE PRIESTS DINE
Graduates of Maynooth Have Fif
tconth Annual Dinner.
| t,| I-. !i\ ?? |>l - ' i.' mini - ..! 1 I..
Roman Catholic Communion, gradu lei nt
thi Uaynooth College, Ireland asacmbled
,. tii- Hot? I ?_stai ,:| ' night i... th? It
fifteenth annual dtnm : 1 lie pi leal rep
,,... ,.t.-.1 th. hundred memo? i? ol th
Maynooth Union of the United Btab
the prestdent of which la Mon Ignoi
? tiari? Ue* '? esd?, ol the llolj ? Irosa
s
.\i.?-|ioi Mooni |. of thla city, the lb
i, | ,. . i...,-. , of 81 tools, and th- Rev.
11. nnli i ' .... ? i. ??' Bord? ntown, N .1 . ad?
.. ,| n.- don i.-ii ? Mo m.-.
st,,,-.,. ,,, n,, i-,,,,. ami i'i I.?* >-rv t".i?t...i
n,, rolles? \ nil In? m? etlna wa? held
in the ait- m. _
R08B8 SUPREME AT show
A. N. Picrson ;- "Killarney Queens '
Win S2f)0 Prize.
Raw ' row a! .? s**eal heap <-i rosea, coi
erlag two hundred aguare toot ?>r .-i>_'??.
that i "n. of lb? eights visitera si lbs
int. rnatlonal Plow? r Show, at the ?ir.m.i
rentrai Pal* i **** "?*'>? ?-*?*
roai tu. nt] bt ? hundn ?I Klllsrn? y ?
? m... ,. ?. ,-. , ? i,ii.ii..i : j \ N l*"Taon
of Cromwell, Con?., snd thaj ?-a.ri..i ?.ff
the HU prise offered bj the ??mertcan
i:. S...I. ty i??r the best i ahlbli ?'?* ? ut
.rerins thai amount <>f apara
COL." HUSTON RETIRES
FROM 12TH REGIMENT
?Commander, Who Started as Private 25 Years j
! Ago, May Be Succeeded by J. May hew
Wainwright, Former State Senator.
! < ..;? ?o? Tii.'ni.i.a W Hnaton, 12th In*
? - ? lit iv. v ?; n v. ??ii.nipi' ?ted tiren
tj n?. "ti I".-l.riiar> 8 last.
tins sanounced that hs ??ll r-tir?? ftoBi
- "? imand n??\t week He im.i Intended to
r..|ii. a i-tlr.ineiit ?>n Manli I, bot dM
nol lik.- t., latvre the -eglmeat until after
the annuel Inspection, wMeh en?ed last
..m
Cblooel Huston, who is a Bpanieh War
?? teran, \ ,.'i sn ssoelleat r.rd o aer
rloe ii.? j..:ri.-?i the regtmenl a*: ??' prl
rsti in Company i? on Februarj? n>, laM:
promoted t.rporal >?" Pebruorj 17.
? rgl Ont, "I I ?e.'llll"*r I, \*W. Se.
; "tal li.iit.-niuit. mi <?ei.,t,er M, IM
ii-'it.-natit. ..n l>r.-.?inb?*r i?. tant', eaptaln,
oi lum li '?'??' major, on April '-'.
I.- .tenant .-.'i.t.r-1. 00 l'el.ruary L'7. ''-";
snd colonel la Ma eh, IM1
Colon, i Huston la asid t<> se the enli
..ft;.-? t- in the ntgtmsBt who rose fn it from
pi at? i" colonel. \\ nil?? th? r? aiment
wss m the United st.it-1 sai rio in INI
? .,, - ? ., ved "?Hi it as a captain
in the Southern camps and M MataBsas,
? iii.ii. lie perform? 'l nil dotj with th?
r?gira? it Including Bet*Mee st Buffalo for
th?? aupprsasdofl of riots then m lOal 'in*?
in Bra iklj n i'i iv<:,. Ha ?"--'i * also presi?
dent ?.r the asamlnlng beard for on,
of tin. int Brtgnd? for asversl years.
Colonel Must'.;, nus badly ?njur.-d by be
Ing um "v.-r by a trolley ear ;? little over
I ear age
if the ?i.f-ires ..f Brigadi? r Geae si
Qeotge n Dyer, commanding th? lal
Brigade, <>r which the 12th Is a part an
?m n? .i .ait. ??Lieutenant ' 'oiVmi I ?*?
Mayhea Wslnwright, a former state Ben
\? m i... chosen eolon? - Wl ???
the officers of the IMh Bill meet the
wlshea of the brigade pommandei can
no! i"- Kin.?m deflnltel] until a forriu?
meeting la held to discusa tl"- m " i
OBITUARY.
ADDISON BROWN.
Iros i .-i-- of the i nited
*l ?? DlHtriet ? .mit foi the Bouthcrn
? \. u "..irk from Uli t?> 1901.
? d ? nornlns si his home, So,
: i, Weal lath atrw I from paralysis
Broom, who v..m in ins eighty?
i- ?? hors m Wsst Mswbury
nty, Mass., rebruary -i. UM Ile ?sa?
tered Ambers! < ?.iiog*? in \*H%, ami n.c
.wing fear lolnsd th? ???phomor?* r\an*
jut iiarvani, fron which he was graduated
In 1?-'^ eeeand In his etaasi flint nun t*?in?i
ay. ?? ?tiiat?-. uffrward Judgf of the
(Jutted Stat?>n District Court, an?l third
m.?n josoph ii. Cheats?, ?lodge Brown
Is*Kf*eedsd T'i'Ik'-' w. O, Chonte on th?*.
1 bench
Lea*lug Harvard Judge Hr-.wn studied
i it*.- for a year In the office of John .'.
of Tiav. rhlll, ai -l n. IK! entered
Harvard Law Bebool In II S be re
? ?*??' *. ..ru citj . -?? !.. ? he a.? -
admitted to thi bar, He served for a
i-, clerh In the oflu-?* ?.f th?* firm .??:
i. ?.-.- ? Hall A V inderposL In UN he - n?
tered Into eopartnerahip wltl Kelaon
Bmlth, and s il i ama lunlor
men I a Una of Bogardus d Brown
I The linn becaim Btanle* i
n
ludgi Brown wrote 'ir -
than two thouaa I ca itralty
-? emi ?i.
led to illtlei ar aa poo?
? Judge Brown ?ai tauoh Interested in
nom) snd botany, and aeveral of his
liapera were publlahed by the Bmlthaonlan
Inatltutlon. From ISOO t<
;- ? id? til - f th? T? UTS? i tanii si i ".-it>
?.f Sew York. He waa one? thi found?
of ti.. Ken Tor. k Botanli at Oai
? ? ?? ' ? ntlilc
tora,
An. ?; .. bia .<??.? a a I ra of th?
-?at..-? sad i anada published In
on artife Lir n i. Brltt
\ derisloa b? Judge Brown, whleh t.i
. .t..; ?sas l.'ii; l'-'i ?1'iv-n in Mm
and Qaynor caw In "-". Ha held
ordei t. to another ?li?
ti|.-t ? I ? - :. ili?-'l v\lt!l Uli i."
t Srst '
? it an offen ? against the govern* I
been commute?-.
Jlld .... :h?r ..f ?I,?. N ? \
\..ii U?*ographlcal sad Htatortaal ao Is? !
? ? ? M ?: i .-.t.. the ? '?? itury '
i the To i ?? Bota
? i -i the *-"ri_ ?if th-* Amer- j
- ? le a i trustee of th?
? II ? iln try Hla *.?. ir? an I
aurvlve him. TI ? fui eral
i Bal irda aft?ernoon si 1 0 ?
i. in All Boul -' i i.Hartan ? 'hurcb,
i ..-.t?'.. ..\. i .. and ""'h atr? ? I Burl il
.- ill i- -i. W.I lawn -
FRANKLIN B. LEVIS
? - n?."-. N .i April | Ui
' ? troke ?->i spo
? < ??,????? r lu la the Sot tor ol
the Burlington County Bar .asoctatlon,
i i aftefi ">n. He waa seventy-nine
old. He wa . ? i sts "i Prince
.8 Judgt - of th?* 1st l'l
y\ ion, Hitla ' I?
enrolling Burlington Count, resident!
? ? . t.. draft during the Wn- ,,f n,
Iteb?
il. ra terested in i isnj puitit-* and
' ? ? ' nd an active ?worker
.In the Kptecopel Church H<* leaves three
? Be?,. Norman I ? **ts, rector .?f
'. ol tii- Incarnation, Pbll ? .
p i:?iw.ir<i n i.?".is >.f the banking
i ? ? ??*?". Phi
1 and ii-.?.n i ? ' '?? "? la, a la
COWARD L. VOGT
Hoi r, toa n. IV. .i . Apri; ?? Edwai i ??
v..?*-! .iir.i m hie home In Prospect strset
tl ? renlng He had been eoi I
t.. home for the last two roar
ViiRt was born In Morrlstosm on Ma] It
It-It, and ha.i spsnl all his life here
After leaving school he entered busineaa
with hi-- father, editor ami proprietor of
"The True Democratli Bannar," of win- a
,, i hi was part owner at the tun?*
..- i.? .Lath
HENRY TAPPAN.
[ill Triesiesh "*- 'l"* Trihsaa.1
ti .i i..?n ? Island, Amu I
llenrj Tappan (>>i ?..* Bv? \.... . old. died
.,,.,, to-day from heart disease Mr
Tsppsn bad lost cot?e from s_n Antonia
Tea ?nil Ivro carloads of n?'i" ponies,
wttti i? in* espseted lo sell for lbs coming
international polo championship He had
i,,. ponl.est sf this pin?-?-, nt the
ijfesdoa Brooh Hotel. He was taken III
tin; morning. Before ? doctor could ne
called he waa dead Mr. Tappan *-*a?.
known to everi polo man It*, tins rontttry
ii. i..,- -- a wife.
JOHN MULLINS.
Atlantic ?'lt.*. April I John Mulltn",
?,?, I.-,-. n. .1 tu: i ii'im ?.tin?-:? in N< ?
leraey City, Brooklyn .-? n<i elsewhere,
died hi the Hol? i Cbeaisss '?- day. Ilia
home waa at Mo 184 Montgomery street. I
Jaree) ?it- He ?was stxty-slgbl yeara
old ??n.i bad been twice married, his <>.r
ond ---if?- dying sboui s yaei ;??;" Two
?ens aurvlve him Mr Mollina at one
tun?* was a member of Iba lersoj ?'ity
Board of i'n.an.-i?. Ha was Intsrsstsd Inl
ra? Ing sad owned the horse Badge
OBITUARY NOTES.
Miss SOPHIE srt.lNO. who foi more
I than twent] ? ? an taoght a?ehool In Man?
i ft.man. died yesterday la Dr. ?'omh?*a s
sanatorium In Corona. Queena Bbe had
h???>ii in th?- aanatoriam alas rears .mihs
s.iiinr ?a-, about Bfly one rears old.
t-OLIN CAMPBELL Simpson, fifty
six ysars <>i?i. ?ii"?i on Bunds nlghl In
hi* !.. .in? . \'<>. 7! Park str.-,-t, \|.,i,t,-].u-.
N i from perltonltla He bad been II
three days, Mr. Campbell was for -?a--?
? ? of th.. ?'onsolldated
. ;., ' ?...,i.;ir. of \? ? 'i ork li?- a i
i : ..f the Engineer! ' < 'lub, tl '? -
tlonal Democratic ?'in:. <>t Sea Fork an?l
n i tthlei.. ? lui. and 81 Lnke'a Ep -?? ??
p-ii Church of MontclaJi He lea?
? if<* and two daughters
PATRICK F MTrOWAN BURIED
City and Religious and Fraternal Or?
ders Represented at Funeral.
The fuserai of pntrtek F, Mel I et ?
presMsaat of tbs Hoard of aJasnara dur?
ing tlir? adniltilt?rstlon eg Mayor M?*CleI?
laa, who died laM Bnnday foUoarlng ?n
operation, Mas held In St ?inn's EUnaaa
CathoNe Church y?rsterdaj
Th? fuii.'r.i! procesatoB, rnrora I
quarter "f .. mil? long ? is M by three
hundred representatives "f ?octal, fra?
ternal and religloua brganlsatlooa I
of the organisations a*ei th? \:->-n. Ar
caniim, t?-t:??r.ri >.t Hianor, Loyal Aa.,<
tion, i'ri?-ii.iiy Sun.? of st Patrick, Pen?
?-* Club, Manhattan Club, Catholic
? ib sad Ameffcsa-Irlsh Illatorlcal s..
<i. ty, of a c| Mi M. ?-...??.at, wss
dent,
Amona th"-'? who atten<J?*d thi ?en
were Police ? 'ommlssloner ,\., ?lo, P*lre
i. 'om mission, r Jo i isloner
Thompson, ..f the Water Supp Depturt?
? ? \ kl? t ? ?! Walsh and tloyi ? , Ed
a .ii.i r: M? ''..;i si d .1"'"!: Fox.
-.
WEALTHY MISSIONARY DEAD
W. W. Borden, Mult i Millionaire, Ex?
pires on Way to China.
1 ! il lg? tprll I William Pi Bo ?
th?? twenty-flve*y*ear-old multi-million?
? is the temptations of a
Ufa of luxury t-i lie.-..tu?* s missionary,
died lo d . ? si Cairo, Egypt from aptnaJ
Bgitta according to
:
? me. ii.* took
leg --at Print eton -t d
i he lists a
Mood) Blbli Institute, In thii
?? ii,i,. t- He . h..-- ?
and s as on his wa j t ?,.
o ??! took him \ brother, John Borden,
? .. ? \f. t? d n. atari goon for a hum -
? ? lltion h i h Arctic li .??'J to
till l for i ' ?
.STRINGS A RING ROUND ROSIE
Jean Schwartz. Song Writer, Weds
Miss Dolly. Dancer.
Jesn Schwartx, . writ? ?putar
tongs, and Roxsika Dolly, a dancer.
na nil. < 'onn . yeater?
daj where they wars tnarried :i' :.'>'in ? ?>
Magistrate Stephen l> Radford H
i.-..\ . ..n.- -,..- ,,-..i ?'snacl i ?oily, tl,"
brid? ? ere a Itnesi
Ml ? ? ??.?s lorn In Buds
and app< I ' '? oad"?a*, iwei t: I
d?. s ;," i- on!) ?
teen this ? -ou m rj from Hun
< 'lie .,t Selllt .,' 1
tig a Ring v round Roes," I
. ; nrhii 'i he haa n.>?' ? coi | lished i
. i:' It. - .. wrote "Bedel?a" and j
i ?.
-.
DINNER FOR DF. DU BOIS
Author and Editor of "The Crisis"
Honor Guest of New York Negroes. \
in. u Burghardt Du Bols, author
, ? "Tl ? -???; of Block Folk sad . < ! 11.. r
I ? ??a- til. gut .1 at a ?"ni
plimei ? , ? 'i iner last nlghl .?t the Will?
oughb? Mansion, Willoughb) avenue ;
i: ooklj i . by reprea it..; ? as of
. ? : v n Vork. Dr. J'u Bols de-1
., '..? - . IP.*
?i:,,, ? preju el oftei ; rof?*ssed b)
?V..-I1 "f i!.? high? il Id? ..i- and .-natives
who would -luink at M'?i.ti'-' "i any kind, ?
bul their follow??-! in tu. Urna ran earn j
t, inss i') t1'.? 1'iit'i end."
Otl poke wsra Us Rev. Will?
iiiiii .\i Moffi Andr? Trldon, E1Tofessof -loci
E Rplngarn of Columbia; Jaaaes r. Mor?
toa,' Charlea W taderson sad W. \
Hunter, laternatlonal aecratarj of tli?a
*i iii? Men.- Christisn Aasoslstlra.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
10 th? \tX I :*..n M'ls'lim Of
? ii iiuiori and lha M?KropolM in Ma
ill of Art.
Flower Shew, Kes Graad Caatial rala?*?
K.'-i.ik Bxblblttoa, cmtneyit Mssl? lint:. J to
m p, n
Dinner of Ihe [n?er<*oll??glau Civic i.?ar.?j?
ii .n?m.i llouse, '. p, m.
tddreee '?? Wstrtci Attornsy Charlea
w iiiin.i-i ..- dins of the Bast Old? bus)
? ? ? men, Cafl Boulai ird, " r>- mi
Pinner ,,f lia Miiiiini tSSO? Utimi of Trlnl!;.
s-h..,,',. ii?tei MarUnl?rae, ' i> aa.
lilnnor i?i WmiSm i.""l-, |l Waldorf A?
t.-rla. ? p at.
M...iln- ,.f ill- .Militar. i.r,1??r of For??lfn
War?. V. ?I..- tf Astoria, I n m.
Probation centrrene??, undsr the ?u?pir*s of
th? t-r.if- Probation Comroli Ion, < Itj ira.ii.
s IS p
i., ainslon "" "The Bmaaclpatlea of ?:,,
? , .it 11 - mrrtirg nt
? i . .-iBi-'iivn' Progressive Pluh of th? Ist h
Asser .'???? a) w'eat t l"tli
> '.'I P. 1...
Public i?-tur.-.? .i the Board or Education,
s 15 p m Maahsttaa r.i.iii. School ST,
..,i,i Third m?!"! 'Mi dea ? ?
i ,.,,,'(? i ' na II? ?* IT-ife- -.a W lilla.n
. lark Pea-knam; Public Srhool U .?..? ii?,
?s-.- ? SSiH . l'a;,, rlsllsm si Horn?
,n ? IbrOSd " l'i David Si4\tll" Mil//....
|.,,i l i ??? ?ti?.a sad ?s..
s-irhuisf aveaue. "Hsimlot," William li
F*l?n?lng I'ui'i'-- s>i,.,oi .v.. ?.-.,. gyg Kit.?
.^Tti. ?ir?-1 "Browsing." i?r. J. i run?.. i
st a? i h PUblk School St, !!?,4??r Rn.! Ko I
?-, "BU ,t and Ps* cholos?," l>r I
, irlas I Hern??; Public a. i.i inn. i;t?.11, 1
Mre?t vi?n of Fifth SM?tii*?, ??Tlir.'iirjli th?.
??Und "' Jevs." Bveretl E. Th"nip?on.|
|.,; - 119. IS3d ?tr.ri and Eight !?
, .,,,,? "Sea ? ma'.i.-'-? of Our Shore*."
i;, Waldo Hitter; I'ui.n. Seboal 100,
?,..,,|. stre*i area! of ?.materdsn? ..???na-.
"Natural l'ef?*"''? Against Iliaca*?-." Dr.
Thomai ? Storey it.?'rut.* Hail. Na 21?
East xt<.\ir. street, "OpalB," i.oui?. P Berry!
i .,!,,,.? i a : 14th etreei and rtocond ?\??
, '?',.. "Dlckena" ?lari.-. il. ??o?-un. Publie
[jhrsn N ' "'-' ,;i1'' w'' ,?"'<*<",? "Ti.?
Prartlfal Soclologlste of Engian?!.'' l>r
1'iul Klsppsr; St. l.uk? ? HhII. H.i.l.on
a?i?et HO.nh of >'hrlstt.ph?r ure.t. "Ms*
llngulvbed Nan??? Is <?r?.??k Hlatory." .VI
h. ?t !.. M-rahon. I
BEAUTIFY CITY IS AIM
Municipal Art Society Discusses
Plans for Co-operation
? on of artl Ik orgsalasttoui hi
the furtberan.t plans foi tbe heautifl
? ifi.ni ..r the rttj sas < "i last sigh)
at a masting held ander the ausgleee o
liio Municipal Art Boetet]
The *A?.rk ?ion.-- i,-. tin city*a ar* fo
defies araa eonaidered fr'.u. the points of
i law "f tin* different srganlsatlom M
were sm?ie by Mrs A Bferte
Hepburn, president of the ?'ity Htstor:
Hub; Dr, Qeorge F, Kans, pr? m.?.nt el
Us \r,i .rican .**?- enl? snd Hli t<.n- rr. ?
ervation Kociety; Charlea i?an.-. <?i?.:?ni
prestdsnt <>f th? Boclet) ol ntustintara
Mr?*, .(am.- Madison Bass, preatosnt si
tbe American Playgoers; Mrs. Elisabeth
Qosrdy>Bsker, ihaliaaan of the ari uaia?
mtttee of tbe New York City Pederattoi
of PTomen'i Clabs; wniiam Aleiptaroi
Boring; ..r ti.? Architectural Lssgna si
?V?ea rork; M?>nr> s. Plenring aeerst-U*]
of the Society of ittaattatsis ; Hownfri
Oreenley, of Lb? Boelsti ?>f Bsaas Arta
Architects, snd Austin I.ord.
The effective work In civic beautlBcatleti
?i"ii<- under the direction of Borough Prc*1'
.j? nt MeAneaj nas tbe sreafeel of favor
able comment bj Mr, ?_ot*d? ppsaktag on
"Municipal interests snd Tesan Pisa?
nlng
HAMMERSTEIN'S WAY CLEAR
Will Raze New Opera Site Mon
day, His Promise.
Hammerstetn asM yesterday he
expected t-. begtu work In imiling doom
ding* ??n thi -it-- of hi*? now opera
!i".i-j?. at Lexington avenue an?! Mdstreet
M... mi mon
A i I? gel ?.i.?-M.-i- i. ; ? ??-. remorad lo
m- full) a -.) ilrlag title i-, th. property.*'
aald M Hammerstein, "and i ahallbsgli
pulling down th?> hiilMlng?. as .-.??'?n ae *?
gel tbe title, which i aspect ?III \,r to
morrow, i shall tt>**?i br-g\u --?ork Moa
day iii'.rninR. arid I afesll oi>?-n mv open?
? ffovembsr 10 at s r/doet*. 1 hav?*
??le-n-d to-dar my first osntttSOt m?h a
nett artlPt t'??r rny company. Wo is Mar
esa Kellannann. baryton?*, who win, I
hav? no hesitation la ?aying. maki a.
pensatmti srhos he appear* '
MISS BURRILL RECOVERING
Young Woman Thrown from
Horse Now Out of Danger.
M .'.- m '? B m Till s ho was -hrwwii
from her horse on Tuasda ifternooa h
Central Park snd arai d to h?*
dying from ;?. fractured aku*_, recovered
consclousnei esrij yesterday ators-Bsj Ii
tin- Presbyterian HtMpital, An esanriaa
abowed thai there was so fractur?
and that the . ..in-.is-i.iii ,.f the brain
which the accident ? sua d ?wa - *
ous. She la expi t- d to dli arged
from th-* '" pital Is 1
Testerdas afternoon th? oung woi .in.
parents. Mr and Mm MMdletoa b\ i-tur
nii. risltsd bet ind eeversl Inttmsts
frionris canal aad wi re received Bhs will
S? l-rt ..\<-,l .1,1?,i; |0 ! .-: 1.,.. at Ms
... .....
MARRIED.
:. - iiw \it . ?? \> ??? 1
i,- ic< Chin 1 H
I ; j . I , ?
daughter of M-. end lira Hear?
7.. iiuei ? ithwi
1; .i? -
. WEED On A| ?
. - -. M ? ? ? ?
I? n ,,,.- -, '<?.????:
Noil.-??? ?>f mari-laee?. nnd deatfee ?nn?t ..?.
?i.. .ni.i...nif'i k? ?un mu???* una BdOeeaa
DIF.D.
. * ? " ** ?;
i'atlln. - i
1 -? ph K ' *"? M
.- >i. - ? Ut v
'-.ail ?.- n? *? ... Maif.r'
Prance?! M ' Mai ?
irshJ
1 , II h-.-i-f. 1? - ?
DROWN ''. Wedneedsi ? M?n
.?,.?? .,, .... reetde? '
..... Brown ..-? ? - *' '
, [ ,1 itrli ? <
- ..?.?
.,, ?. ah ,_,. |||< ? - ?. >t ?'.ti n- ?ai
I*...|rtli ave In., nn- ' -,
CATUN?Oe Saaday. Mareh IS, t'*i*>. at he
So ??-'?' P?H?! eve., Trap -j H p
???. J il m 1 i\r!!?\ 1:. 1 *
ral ?erv|r?>? ?II
- 1 ?-'11 at KSirho me, ' N. J ,
9pe.*t*
rar ?HI be attach--?! to the l> t A W tra
lf_vlng Hoi ?ok ?n ?t I P ri ati-J r?>-;r-..m
irrtvi .? tl ' ken at B 39
?-A?.Ti.N ?ttoAtolr. ta >pr.i r ISU. Jases*
g Dal too ?.' hie home we '" Petsaw at*
iiisMV.PN At gterthsen ion- i? ??
... 1 le-.av April ?. "M*. '"-v-elia. --if? c
th? 's?? Oi-Ain Deanlngton ifenaarb
Brooklyn) Funeral ?ervle-a Thui-dey after
sees, April 10, at t'M ovi<~. k. a* bee late
rralrios ?
t'F.kry Katherine Murer, belevei ?MS '
Charlea D Ferry, M h?r ! ?.m* at ^'lmn-.lt
K. .t.. en Airii J Funeral rrivat? Kladl)
"?wrrt
PORO Os Tiwedaj meralag? ^i'ri1 *? ,:'1
I'nni-?. Kgriom, mU ' ?'?'? t. For
in..; 1, .. ?? - ? . ? 1. I, MB tat B '
M-ii-v .a Biselo? r v-.i m N T funeral
fron-, it-? reetdence ? ? I ?** *?- BS?ls I
?..rn So, H ?\4arna **?? Moon? \-n.un. N
V? n ? . ? ral"! Awl 10. 1SI I a? -
. tack, v-ii-im papera please east
OOODEVE In Brooktrs. N* Y. an April *
ISU, '?m?-?? 0<Mdevs, a"" el th?. late .tar.?*
an 1 Ellea A Oeede<*e. ?Vuaerat ?-?nt.*??-. a
s.> tit Oat? ave
, .-. , - a April 1". a- - I '
.,1 \'f?.'-.-K "n April "?. I01.-? H-:r- .;.
?t hti .iaiiRlit-T'i liini??, *?Yai^-'
vt
HOU.T -OS Tosaisy, Sgrtl I ISU, Cliarl** I
ll.illv, tho l.olovi"! .?.?ri ot Mr? A S. M?rrt'*
wed aeray. Fuaeral ?.or.u*?a ThvrsSS)
\; .il J?'?. at Ills late r^al i?n.-->. No. MB Pu
naa a*ra.? Breekh n. a? i? p in
north nn Tusada**, \prt: ?. 101.1, Snln?*
T'twln. *?*r.?nd eon .)f L-; Ndgori t. an''
- mn It North, t:i hla I'Jth *?ar Fuiier?
a#rv1(*i*.?i at Noatraad Attntp? Metlxviltt Kplf
..??I church, Noetrand a\??. and Q'!tn?.-y et
Hrooklyn. <-'ii Tl.urii.la>. April 10, at 2 ?* p .
Itl'tfTOW SudlUnlr. at l-akMririt. N J . o
tprll ? ISU. t?atK?!a M nt? Randolph ?
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i r.H.-t BStli il Mary \ Bne-a run?ra
i ?ce rhuradaj mornlns, at u e-uy-.k, ai
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terlan ?liur.-h. .-i?ju??d'i'-t a%*. anl l*l?t at
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PSaeread. M !.. ?*n April ??. |tH3, Mar?*a-r?'
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vl ??? at th? Howieetead, on Frlda>. Aprt:
11. on arrival of train l*aving N?.t*7 TorU
f..ot of I?lh??rtv at , at -..;j> Int?rrn*n
Northwc-ad remetery, rhtu-toiphia. on Sat
ur-lay. -?t ronvpnlen?*? of the family n??t?
on.lt flowers.
WB8T- Marv ?ooka Wett. w!fa of tha lat?
William (Jordon Weet aged *-J yoar? K-.
..era! aerikea at Its? ltiltal-.. Conn, t.t*
t in.. Thm-dsy, April l<?. ini?rment ?-;r??n
-? ...| i 'amatory, r*ridaj.
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\prii ** mn Sarah /ana, -?-tfe of .t. ho?
.-ir?l \Vrl?ht Vunrral a?rvl.e a? her tat?
hem*. Ma n Kast r.iat a?., x.w Yo?k nt:
Krnla-. Ap'il II. H a. m- Interment pri
rata
? KMETERIE8.
IHK WOOIII.DIN ? K.MHtRV
S33d St Bv Harl?m Train and bv Trollaj
Ofhce, -'?' Eait -3d PL, N. T.
CNDERT.tKERS.
FRANK T.. CAMPRKLI^. 211-8 Waat 31?
8? Chanela, Pr*"/ste Room?. Privat? Arabu
lancea. Tal. 1324 Chelae?. _
or ne es.
M \TN OFn?'E -No. 154 h'a.isau rtraet.
UPTOWN OFFI?'?*'?No. I_?i4 Broadw??-. ?,
an. Amen.-an Plutrl? i ?TeUaraph offio*
HARLEM OFFICE?-No. 157 Kaa? 13?t*-.
air. ?t. No. 2K3 Waat U?t? atreel aad No
219 VTnai 135th etree?.

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