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Printer's Ink Quarrels
OF ANGLOPHOBIA AND WHAT
tor LODGES TWO VOLUMES OF ANGLOPHOBIA AND
SE UF ENGLISH SAY OF "EARLY MEMORIES" AND "ONE HUN
THE El ^mmmmmmmmm^
-RED YEARS OF PEACE.
i r>> <;?or?o O Bmail?] i
don Mai ?i? r?.
. '.?''.? rit? ?t.
gland, again no
? I - Earl Mem
il book
p llar i
?.Ir. Lodge nor other i
- cold,
but II
* Mend? I
? ' '
? which he will |
... tical no- !
and ?
;
?-. publtshe ere
reepe? ?
I
-
I !? Ign R?
? opposed to make
?port mt; aa of comme
. ,. ? on lbs Alaska
iretl .ill" |
ti he being
'? ' AWt? 1
igh i
iken.
Uverstone, to hla ever- j
lew
? casting ;
(STBI '""
- * ?
h?vp den? as sa? b : i England had
_m law and the evidence been on her
? ? ? ? remember thai Lord
?-?????-etona was crltlclaed and attacked
by iorr.e ? f his countrymen v.ho know j
i^Ui : | ? "? - Alaaka boundary or j
?,,, , r the ? aa? I can nevi i j
???egg - ' dignity the English- ?
rrsn ho? th? M attack* Save once be
?i alienee. But once, at |
he said:
If s 1 - who think th? |
ir.fm?-* ? ?t< ? * commls
j.?.-1 decide on grave lasuea
itberwl ?? tl an according t?. th?* law
md tho evidence, euch m?ambera must
I* a? than on the Eng?
Irani*: i whether Senator Lodge,
m h . ? . t hit two r?'?*? * it 1 - haa
Mentioned this Incident H? haa found
?gem foi a remark on th?-* Heenan
- ... ? ?-.-re th? r- tho
- ? ring side "filled me with
: I still think Juat " He
accu- ? mana of tht ring aide aa
??pr, | ol the English people,
Mys;
? it waa my fJrat ?
ilr piny in England, and i do
? ? ? i hat t ever wholly n o*. ? red
'.mm It, although II * so many
s*acea of it rince that i have come
pre? into what *; means "
Ilr Le Ige Bes tl ?* word '
Are we I ratand that he
tho Heenan-Sayera
flght? -? ' waa fought April
; '-.? ? ? Mr. Lodge wi
- nol usual.
, _ ? . ys of that
fights, but l should i I
I .-? natoi i.?":K' -
- ? ? ? nd of a fight whl? h |
!??-? artir ? ? bat ? wai
? OW. I
in whether he
ns at the Heenan
I860 were really
ountrymen than
>.??:. Siti Dg OH
tke Alaska ? ? n 19f>4. Pei -
Lap? i ? ? . whether he
think? In gainst English fair
. on ' ;*.e cond ict of
*"? ??'' othei ?* ? im-1
by a man holding a <
?hatini n i ul lie life ?
?"?a ng an,)
i sen England and
I '?? doea ho carry
England so far
? "ink friendly rela
- he think either
or? ther people would be bet?
? ?? Bent friendly
were to be
i vi pea? a or
of the t? peace or
'Aar ?o\ i nk hla i indotn accuaa? !
? ' ? rom? b '
?'?tura .? \;r. Lodge's acrimony pro
" " ' ' * - '* - .-? i .- . i
''?'-' . ? nnd the re
' thh k the English
? ?? Ilr.
ta alona f ? for tha
??aasa ** ? t? .-, menu rat<tnt they an?
|*er "* There is n great
?*-" anea nd? i Blander.
tar ?more ? ogent reaeon
???J"14 ? tbai reettng on both
* *? "' ?? one? Domed by ? on?
The Eng a people, are
T.. ko the
,***??? n . . .-,. i of the Tot ama \ I
*?? r!au.?oK ?frort British Intern
^vjoiat-, u treat:. They hav? necee?
? : but wltl mo .
-'?t.ci,
Parliament, and
: ? glish hav?
Rations of evil mo?
ha. ?. diseuse? < th.- ques
? ?-S.S. ?They
maintain ;,?,!
them; firmly,
pint.
' ' ' ?????'
servlco ? ne by1
' ' \?n.-r, an Presa
respect foi treaty
?
? ..* tb? . ??
?i"?.? mor? g.i
? did harm it is
? .,*, I*r? s
H
I
.?t tl ' ??'?
i ' I?
Bins that ?t
: those of
" wer? responsible
I ?? reed,
?' ' dent n/| ??>., the
' * denl has.
, . ' Indkat? the
,,, *
U ?' ? ?aide m?. m.?,
but i canni t suppose the? are i n -
couraging this eminent Senator to
on a irr. ate s ai agali it ? .*? I
Bi Italn T T mea' r? mai ki ll it
pollti? ?; ? noml? - ha?? somelil es a?
counted for bis enmity by pointing to
ti' ver. considerable Influence of th?
dai i "? b it thli ?
? moi ? haritable to I Hi ? ?? that the
Senat has been moved b> hi> ronvl? -
Then c?i>nies s i ha? i
ig?
"In view ? .? i it would be pi?
? on? ? .'d be ? nthusiastic over
Mi , .. book .part : ? ? -t n the
fact ion of seizing so pu
an opportun? ing klndn? bs on
re is the in<-\ Iteble dread
th it at ii regarded aa
? | ?. udice '
Bu th? ' * of a crlti? . ? t.. i<>- a
. and so
"No yearning lon_rd - rlptural
. can blin I one to thi fact that
the book, as a book, la curiously dis
ap] "iniIng and barn t "
\ . ??? >ion lo w ln'-'i at least on?
? - . 11 m < ago i ?
I n hat I rould ol I hi ? ? : ? i
i: Scrlbner's." : .- ? Boston
and km w all o all t he leading
figures about whom Mr Lodge gives us
? ? memories Sumn? i-ongfcllov
.1 Mix, Moth :. Wei ?:? II Phillips
Emerson, Aldrtch, Lowell, Bancroft.and
many more all these i knew person?
ally and some of them Intimately. Mr.
I.?.?!?,?? was ;n ;i position to tell 111
? . ? ? to give i s own point of view,
t.. add something to what was airead)
known of them. They are famoui
names, They lived in historic tlun -
They ware Illustrious In public life, at?
taching In private relationa. The]
made or helped man?- American hist rrj
and American literature In those great
s, There wore portraits to be paint?
? baractera to be depleted, great
?vents in which they had theli share
? freshly described Mr, Lodge Is
himself a man <.f proved abilities t
public servant, He has been a volu?
minous writer of biography, o? histori?
cal studiea ami essays, it Is distress?
Ing t.. fin-i him making so Inadequate
a us-- of a great opportunity. Then
ar" good pasaages, but they at" Bll ?
of tint? herbage In a '"town desert,
l do nol wish to ovi irate the mischief
which Mr Lodge doei in England. He
is known her- chiefly among people
who havi shown him kindness, whose
liu'-i hs has been, or who bavi met
him .n society, To the creat middle
citasses and laboring claases v. ho
by year become more and more I a
? la name means litt!?' or I
: ? . ere ??m.ws that a
section of V merk an opinion i
ways been hostile to England. II the?
tr; to place Mr, Lodg - at all thi j plac?
him as a mouthpiece of that ac
company with Mr. Hearst's gamboge
papers, It would be unjust to Mi,
Lodge to bracket him with Mr. Hot??-;.
bul he ?s hints? if responsible
?
K-> ? n i - : .'.?:.- a? ? ma unfa i
writers ?v ho ought to know him "Bla k?
-? him Mr. Jamea ? 'abot Lodg?.
** hich la rel? touch for * > splr
a p< riodical, nor i an it be nci ? ??
able to Mr, Lodg? to find himself Jame;
in plac . Henry. In his monthly
Musings w thout Method," o hum,
?.?.hither methodical in not, are alwi
vigorous and acute, Mr, Whlbley ?leais
roughl* with our Benator's "One Hun?
dred \> ai ' ? Pea? a":
? He is the m..st bellicose pacificator
that tu'- unman brain could Imagine,
ii-- lall - ' peace with hia coat off and
'his dukes up. He is quite aura that
England h's never done tiul.t nor said
ild, since the beginning
' Ml'."
Mr. i."dee. moreover, ?a supposed to
l" angr because the English are not
and to he most annoyed by the ;?? i -
slstenl Indifference of England to in?
sult Bo perhaps i? Is to relieve his
mind on this point that Mr Whibley
turns and renda him
'The Imperturbabllit? of England,
appears, ju*_> been a constant cauae of
offences Clearly, w? have done n..th
ir?K right. < 'n the one hand, wi
.-. i to criticise the Great Republic
which should be Immune from critl
. lam i ui the other, wa have not nutii
clently resented the hostile criticism of
the Great Republic ami have proved
by our very Indifference an over ween?
?UK pride "
Buch ?s the impression which Mr.
Lodge's "Hundred Toara of P?ea?**e"
mak? s on a friendly observer. For thi
English arrlter is friendly, lie saya:
"\\*e can Imagine no wlaer policy
than a policy of friendship between
England and the United Btatea
'Blackwood Is s Tor* Magasine. Mr.
Whii'i?. Is -i Tor? We In Ameri a
? t?i supposa Ihe Toi les our
? ?'mies and the Liberals our friends.
But there is < n this queetlon no polit?
ical division, in the paat w?- have had,
i . . not say enemies, but political op?
ta In both part .?? Thi ?>? are d? ad
and the .l^nd past mav l,uty Its d? id
if ?? i come down to the present day, I
. of ti" reason for drawing pari
Mi I qulth ?- o;r fi land and
Mi Balfour is <>ur friend. Each Is s
? ent ' of his own part? and, in
this one queetlon, of the ot lei p
And ?t i - i" ? "i ?i Mr. i.'" g<
: . ? i. ???. en if he haii ihe will to dis?
? ? i, this unanlmit \ ol Englb h ft I? nd?
shi|> to anrterl? a ? ; W H ?
Plans School Garden Meeting.
i Harden s i .... , \.latlon
t? m hold a s? ".a gardi n meeting at ths
Morn- High gChOOl, Roete I Ro -I B d
w,ti, ?no i ..n i ii'inv nlghl Mi
it \. i es, s?cr?tai of ths
..... .. I '.- SIM Ski i i I : .,
Df th? It?.aid of fSdu? i
Hoi .lexai di r h IVebb, pre Idenl ol ih?
; m . r |.i,-., Tenem? I
. . | rtioma
? . ? ? t,t the Board of Kdm at ?
? , aubenmullei A ? st< i
H iparlatead? al
MISS MARTH \ B. BACON
MISS BACON ENGAGED
Daughter of ex-Ambassador to
Marry George Whitney.
a * nouncemem beei med? of the
? ? enl of Miss Msrtti ? I* Be? on,
ter ol Robert Bacon, fot I *
?s ador to r* nee, to George Whitn? *. :
former! of Bostoi but i ? ?*.? living In '
liiis eitj.
M - Ha on was I
?-"??* . * I * : : ?* ?:. ? : 1 I,.
. ? ' 0 ma ? M -.?- \ . ..i Ifur?
ray last Api il. and :- a niece of John E <
1 o-.< din.
Mi \'. hlti ey. who | ad from
Harvard In the class of '?"?:. livei with h - ;
mother, Mr, o? o - ? Whitn? . at \.? 147 '
East 38th street I Is a member of the j
Metropolitan, P pli s Ro? .
du I.?.
Hi and . :?;, g\ ter !
*' en .- ?'* ?? r ? ' . ? irln? !
t< ? betw? ."*-..? \ ,-,,-;< Bn_ Boston. .\'o |
dat? ?.. - been : ? : for ?a?- \? ?dd
-?-?
I
VERDERY?SIMONDS.
Mil *.?? r Bimonds, di ighl Ml
.*?? i Mr? I ' . id - M .-?: ? . of Hew?
letts, Loi - Island, ? la married to Marion
.i. Verd? . son of Mr. and Mrs
Marion J *? erdei . of So ?10 Pai i -
.... i r, Lang I ' nd, In St
George's Episcopal Church, Flushing, at
I o'clock ? ? ftem * 1 he cere
... - ormed thi Rev. i II
11. \\ allei. of the Isted
by the Rev. < 'hat lea P I " erne, a c?
? ?
Misa Margare! Sloan, ol M il attan. i
was maid ol ind the brick smaids
wer? Miss winlfr? I Ii . ol Manhat-1
M ? - ,?. ?nette *.*? tlO ... Manila'- I
tan. : ; ? ? ida Blmonds, a i ousin of,
the bride Mis? l: ith Bullard, Miss " *
lorl? Mann and Misa Elisa vVlllete, of
F1u?hing. Two ?tetera of the bride?the
... . . Bimondi were
Rower ?.il-. The besi man wbb Rich?
B. I ma*" . of Manl attan,
. : the br! it Prii eton in
IMO, v hile th? m were 1 M.
. , : 11. * de'a
brother: Frederick Wak-ot, nl Manhat?
tan ; S Vet ? ' * ' ? of Ores! Keck,
- Island St . . ..lore
IT s Roben M i:?..d. of Flush?
ng.
The " olio?? ? 'i t' s recel
t on , t t he i"".: the ?rid?
parents, Mr ?nd Mrs s Vernon Mann,
- ? ishing
:.. a ?Mk M and M ,'ei
v. ii ? i*.. for Or? at Pall , Moni
i Idegi oo*n Is an engine?
t'*?e Great Palla Powet Compsn;
Mrs. Verdei
??: rs Bgo ii- fatii?-r iti-iav , Marion .1.1
\'i : <l?-r , is s? f the New York
*-; , i.\ hanse Bi : lina ' "'"'.
-.-?
MAYER ?VERNAM.
i i . -?
Morristos * . N J., Met *?*. a.?M Mai
gu?rite Ste? ' ? .?:??*.???
Mr? Albert H. V? I Hola
turn Msyer, son of l May?
ere to-i l.- the S ? '
r< i ? i, ?? ] ? an, rector of
the Church of "* imptlon, at tiie
horn*- of t!?.- bride, So. 131 Madie - '?
? ? ?? ? ?? nd int m.i?- frlenda
?a . || <? ; ? ? ?
1 he bride wai * * ded b M i El? or
Wood 'i - Maf Met r? II TI e i. ?al
man wai? .1??. * Mayei |i . brothei of tl e
briden ooi th? uahen were Sham o
Lord %i ?? I ? * - ' ninghem,
i h irlea N vt hite, i:
Randolph and Wilfred Wood
Miss Esther Foss Engaged.
BoSti M ?re! . : i.v-(?.\ ,-t not I
Mih Eugene N Puss snnounc? | ? ?
gag? meni of thoir deught?rr, Esther, t.?
v , t Hi kman, of i'ei "ia. ?on of Mi -
i.;,., id : i Pui ? ?a Miss i '??- ? n?ot ye!
., ;,,],- ? ? . ? . spent, s itii h< r
sien, t h? t two winters
?
Mi Hi- k? ll ? | Bled from II
? ?? .i ? ? m? dlately
to Great Brltal ' u a?*_an goi i
,.it?" i ah ? spltsltsta In
Canada and to dire? t immigration Ihltl I
Miss Louise Hellen to Wed.
m. i
Wasl ngtoi M?i ?. . An* oune? neni
? ? ? 1? of t i.. ? ' U .. I" '
. ? * *,: .. ?Hi lien daught? r of
M IM II.f Nee Toi !.. t?.
1 hon ? H ? v"n of the let? Sol .???? (
... ..' , , ? \ii Hellen. I
Mis? Hi II? o and Mi ? Bower? a eht to
s. ?-, > ..fk to da* i" l ? aona ovei lundai
GETS CARNEGIE'S MILLION
Vanderbiit Control Taken from
Methodist Bishops.
Ii T( nn., March
? ?? ' 'ourl t ? da -.' di
- .i Ivli ? ?? trol of Van?
ii. rblli University In 1 uni?
?. - ' - board ol t rual ;? nd a| it I
College of ,; hops 'f t <? Bduthern
? ' ''. ir? )? The roui : held ths
board of trfi
The court ho? ? Bid t hat ths
' , ? !>?< i ions are sul ? ? I
to . o; fir n,,, : |on bj t .. i ;. ?..
? ? or th.- church's board "T sducatlon,
? ?it i.. ? 'oil. ga "*'
i. ?...to ? f tii? acceptance : ?? I a
? i <.r i?- -? r.. Andi? i '
? " "i.? ?_;ft ',, ?'??? Vandei Mit mi I
i... ? ? -\ ithout effi '
.'nt held that i
. .it, and i.'" ths Southern
Methodist ?'luir. p. \\ a i the I 1er snd
??? I g Inai patron "i Vanderbiit tfi
LIRBARIES GET $4.428.000
Carnegie Corporation Gives
Over Half This Amount.
'.s ihington, Mai h 8 Cash ? ? -
totalling 14,428,000 were made to libraries
?n tl ?? I 'nlt< d States ?
o :. ?-t.-it- meni Issued to-night
...? i* L'tley, secretar? of the Ameri?
in Libra *- itloi An ong i
donations ?.?ere twelve bullding altes, ten
? i ??? ,1 '. "1 mies.
?a th? cash glfti th-- Carnegie Corpora?
tion dm at? d *.. ? ,i'?- Otl lift anged
from ' W to | 0,000
"ORPHEUS" WELL SUNG
Mme. Homer Repeats Her Su?.
cess?'Lohengrin' Also Given.
There ?area no i n\. ii . at I a opera yes
Ol ick'a "?. feo ed E Idl ?? a
i ?? , ? ?? . . off? ? .- und Mm? i ?o
Hon ? r again pt>?? lier . squlsltal) n o
In per nnatlon of O eu snd sang t
' tod Of Son- aro 1 .
ha? e m\ ri| || had ' ? ?r ? con?
tralla
Orpheui -? thi Mme
Ifomer'a nrhlevement, a performat
ran In ps ind beau! M 0**d
.... . .
. . ? : .! voice
than one person in t
.. : the Elysisn F.? Id M -.
. ? .
m and a - pathetic to the ai
? - he ?s in that of the more tu
?
In the ? vi nil g ought
- huge a dii nee, a I Mr.
i lei. ? . ? i -oh? ngt n Mme IV? Had
Mm? Ober i Oi trod and Mr
nd Mr Herta
Mme ? ?i" r ta -. e her "In? ? ?
? ? ? ' tl il wa ilmost pi ? ?
itura d? apite the fa I tl il a ??
nervous attack Which sffl let ed her after
? i ip i he i ? ' '. '"*
than t--i minutes. Mm? Premetad'a
Kiss and Mme ? H er's Ort a two
.nj n? no'? on the same
. ?? | i.. ?. rnei I ? t ed
?
DR. MUCK CONCERTS END
Bostonians Give Last Perform?
ance for Season.
m ick and i Be tot
ten! ? ist concert of I
... i, ? noon In Carnegii Ha'
nil lovers of the lest fn mUSli will grieve
? ? ? tora i orne I
to n-, n.-.up next - ? ? ?
Ts? halkowsk? ? i- nrt h 1 *
the major work boeei Di M
ni? sens..;? farewell, ind of it the ;,-?
ge.ro ?< nee. a hlch for
M'irit tor clai It ??? of ' d? tall, for
perfect adjustment i was w< !
nigh pe? f( ' 'i hs ?
.
and thi -??? ? forced Dr. I
Muck .""I bis muslrisns to
acknoa edgmi tslagain snd sgs Thai
Mosai I s. n nade In D major gava D
Muck nn opportunity lo show t
for t style, and the on been
? a ponded aith .? s? ? and ?'. of
treatment that *??
\t- Pad? ewaki waa the aaaisting ar
? i his plaj Ing "i Ihe Beethovi n "Em ?
Pea leerte was aa ? off?
'? .i ? i ?? i,-.\e'i Sett fork this
In d? cy, In rhythi ense, I
? ,i. ti ? of ? oi ci ? Hon It was l ? nt rform?
;.f a gr? ' ' ? -i11' a
adaste surely the im-rei?, th? a < n ?- re
singing!
JOHN MORRIS DIES;
MANAGER OF 'TIMES'
Well Known Newspaper
Man Was Active ?n Fight
for Free Pulp.
BEGAN AS REPORTER
IN PHILADELPHIA
i _
Was Personal Representative of
Joseph Pulitzer Long III in
Brooklyn Home.
John ! - ^ ...
.? N? ??* fork Tim?? ' and
p?s eader ol I ?? American '
Publish? m to
.
the 1 of ?
It. M
?* : ring a atrok? of
? ; :
'
Mr. Xorrlf
M "* i Union
- * lettyaburf He
from ? llrard i 'oil? r? at d
*
PI lladelpl
:
....
'? '? to New
' ? ...
los? Pulitzi
? The Wo .... . ,
ie Time?
i print papei
? ? .
paper rub
jun? from I - * ?? ?
I barge of the campaign
made bj the association foi free
and ?"??'! pulp
-? i.t was won or, July 9, ' ? '.
? lia:, reciprocity bill waa
passe*', the Senate It was i Ided
? ? action of th? bill, relativ? t.?
i ? ? *?.I pulp end pi *
pa pet i " . ? L.. nto elf? cl bb sooi
i ? ture, end
ect to thi ? lit,.-: im?
pos? di . ? - i hat
?'..?? it r? it? Mr Morris also i
SlSO ft| ? . I *,'.;??' SB in !
the i ? Congi ess
Hoping to ben? (It hi ilth, Mr. Son a '
?rent to At Vovember
D< * '? ' * wa | rsuaded I
k trip to Europe, ii?* returned f?
?
.ion He wa
? --i es o
? ' i .? ? i
IS7S. whi I * * ira old, Mi .Vor- i
ria ?".i distinction by hi? rorl ae aI
* * ? *???? hea<le.| 1" j
. \ Go vet nor Patterson of nsylva
,, ipointed by I govi rnmenl I
investlgat? ? of the 1 nion i
l'a' ii Railroad Mr. N'orris's work
Mved the
mom
int. i . that Mi No' ? la ? sa tl.?- j
pe? *--"na! representative ol Josei P litter
a ?? e charg?
ol ' The P ? i an I ? -; ??? dl
pia?-f'i that paper on ii nd ssla Few
mm bad a de? per know I? dge of n *
paper work or the technique of nee
paper making. H? wa * stat?
raiser ' l*he World's"
plant in the P
t dispul
i:?-. ? nf : I ?? s ? ? <-.-up:?"?;- ? -l to m ? ke i
of The Associated
I'rt - :?'. I v. orkl '1 " :t a 1" I
schetni ? the board o dir?
lias und? era! on.
During his l
... . ? ,
appointed ? a Boa!
H? aid,' w hi id '?? ? ? for ?d Into hank?
i'.,iK r i 'om
, ? ? ?? * i th?
. . .
Mr. J
nee ! ren. O
.i .\.. -. . ;...i ??- . ? ' - * ; ilph Wal?
lace, and Robert Xon
;ir,.? . ' ' . ?' <
rlelphia
PORCELAIN SALE ENDS
Total of $42,627 Realized at
American Art Galleries.
With a t * ' ? ' ?el? of I
? ?ri< ' ? real
ii?? | I t . ; . * , ? <-. \ t th?
ternoon ? essloi "?
i: ert Samuels ga? ?? ? - the
day. 1 ? ? loom cht
.?i of iff* K ? erio t
The el o*? Is a rich esa of the
? ?*?: *. f a an si
f, tor a large Lang- ' e
? ? -
-.*' the K ai '-?' -'? i ? '
; rea 1
:... ? -.'*'? ?
,,f ?... tor wln?*h
h.? ?_????. '? *?i -..?... ap?
. gr, t * . t to W. W.
S< ? -, " Por another
a of l m? period
I $4.
Senator G. M I
powd? r blue K -?* '?' ? ;
int glase and 1530 f
, . -, . * , pis i
, j e . if
period went to ciei fed ' "
...-?
TAPESTRIES IN DEMAND
??
Total cf Sales at Silo's Gallery
Reaches $60,720.
Th? sf the sal? - - -
ts at fl
Fifth Avenu? I I ert?
-??*"??? ? ' ? sel?
5. -_??. Th?* top : ? ? ras I ?'*??
I of W?
for s e tapeeti en?
? - Paul 1 * " ?" Phlla? ? Ipl ?
I ?? - Carthai
Frene! tapestry rept es? ting
a huntli g scene 1 ? |M,
1 -? ? 1 r?.-. ?!?-? h
?I two ra
? ting iior?" - and swans ?>thf>r pur?
?? j Included J im? a Qvei ion, N 1-a
1: Bdga ? irle? Daniel. G M. All?
sou 1. '
AN ENGAGEMENT.
The - - nt of Rua . then
I? it? m-!*, da - '? of Mi Pleipon? Ed?
ward Dotcher, of Milwaukee, to Jam?*
Muck, of Hampton. Y h .
?.; - ? ? ?on of
Mi?- Benjamin Webster, ol New Tork.
He ?res graduated from Tale, Bheflleld,
rtess "f H
OBITUARY.
THE REV. WILLIAM L. BLABER.
1 that William L Blaber. aaelataat rec?
tor at th? Church of St r.itri.-k, DUtCb
i '-?.'nfr Island City, ?lied yaStsrday
An ?m j ne ;m??nia in St Johns Hospital,
Long Is'an!
H? was bora 'n South Brooklyn forty?
four years ago, and COr nine ?ears lia 1
h.'^n assistant at the Chureh of Bt Pat?
rick. Previous to thai a ?ras lastats I
? ? - Cl 's? Bridgi ' Rl Ig? an od.
Hs was - ted I i St. John's s
? rooklyn, and was ordained on May
JOHN F. TOBIN
John F ' ? ark In the New York
Postofl ? ??- forty-two ed at his
N ? Its Bt **? holes a\. i
nina, sft? ? iesa
? ? . | ? . ; ?
Mr Tobtn ?a? prea lam of ihe \ - -,
V"ik Postofflce ?- ?sa n ?nh'i
ind 1! rss also th? i
the le? ? ? ?* ? Kationsl
f the i* - ' ? ?-i
IS94 < m act era - ? a a?? i ?!??' -
t,ate t.? conventions of postofl.
Bel
? ?
Pre* ous to enu - ita Ben ice
Mr T? ? . .-.
I . ...
a
REV. DR. JAMES S. DENNIS.
" ? ? \* J M.?
Dr. Jan ? s Dennis ievent>-t?o
\ Hlg
'and a ?
i ' Dennis waa ? ? kno?a
aionary workers, He \?as gi.iati I I
Prlncet 1 and from
gtcal Semina
and a year la.? Syria ?
gaged ? aa work *o twenty
i le ?-..s the h it bor ??_.' sei ?
eral books en missions', work
Dr. Dennis v..ij the son of Alfred !..
form? r president of the ' n ti I
New Jerse) and ?anal Compaay. HH
brother, Samuel s Dennis, Is prsstdeat o'
the Howard Savings Institution In New?
ark.
HENRY G. NEWTON.
New Haven, Mat. h .i Henry Q .New
ton, referee in bankruptcy for this dis?
trict, died t.. i.-,- from was
aevi fout ? ? M Newton s
of the o!?icst merabera <<f the si a t ?? i >?
i pi Ml for William .1
.
In th?? Superior Court which held Invalid
Philo B rtt to Mi Bryan.
Mr. N- ? ? raa I turben.
I'onn. He was gradusted ?? Wealeyan
university li ISTS si ? ? ral? ' in
s ... two years
JOHN V. M. SUTPHIN.
B id| \ .i . Mai ih . i
\ . M, Butphln, Bei i ntj one years < i i
died on Mar. h Ka? the Ii"'.t _,
E-dward \ Sutphin, near Tire., Bridges,
from heart disease, had attained ? ??
tatloa aa a potato i - i i I ?
alt) of this for a numl er ol earn
Ha waa a vet? an of the ? 'l\ I War. : !??
Bs a i f the townshl
of Hillsborough township, Som.r?
aet Count) fourteen
FUNERAL OF DR. E. B. COE
Many Pastors Attend Service in
St. Nicholas Church.
The funeral ol I ?? Ri D Edward
Benton Coe was h?
at ti.? ( olleglste < hurch of s
Fifth a\i . ,-?? .i which
a was the n
The a? n Ice **
Di Henry I ? illegrlite
gt Wer ' I ! '
i ? *
t clerg-j -.-'??? Dr. D. J I
!;? Il i M ? ? " Re*
I'r. John ' ' '.' sg snd the R? Dr. ?> ?- i
i: : ??? ..- .
' lnireh.
The honorer: earei
.- .. ? f t h e Pi pita
w II. Demarca) I
College: Dr. J. 8. 8 glcal Bern
Robei
D IV. I. i ; Board of
" ? leorg
r a R< ? ' B i: n
i Chi; Dr, He Sloan
4 . -, f
f the Ge
. " r
lent ing the Leak! I
t Bloomfl? . ? N (
RICH AND POOR AT
MARTIN FUNERAL
Bowery Friends of Society Man!
Attend Service and Send
Mowers.
of Fred? k Towna
Mart i Ora ' 'hurch. was marked
yesterday an touching
?cene. Mini ' society
. . ' ? ? ' } paying a last
to ?h? frirnd Wl o had of
?
Clad m thraadbara garments, ths I'ttie
?rotip from the Howerv Mission B|
it ? .loor as the atralna of ?pin's
Mi pr? et dad the -?
.o seat ir the front
rhere thi \ ten .^mon?- thi
toral tributes t ?? lsrir* wreath of white j
sa and svargraena whl? h they |
? . ? get : ? ? ' sand.
? ? ? ar?-ts ??-r- St-,', ream *
: . ??-. a. Murray Toung,
?'-. h Baldwin, Bavarly ?.'hew.
p Bertram Cruger and
;.
i tas - preaeal ware Mr. and j
Mrs. Julian T. Davlee, Mr. aad Mrs
,? .? ? Major Wen^all Peat? .
Mr and Mm riedoetcfc Martin Iiavtee, !
? | Mrs Howard Townaand, Patar
Barlow, John D Crimmma, Mr. and Mra
I? \ . er, Mr and Mr- Fred
Starry, H. Casimir d? Rham and Mrs
? i? : chs
riorai tributes ?er?? received fr?.m Buf?
falo, Washington, Philadelphia, Newport
Hies
Recital by Harold Bauer.
\ lire sudfence heard Harold r?a;?.-??
i int-o reettal * aatarday afternoon it:
Aeolian Hall, and the i : ? > c l ; ?? ?. plaalat ra?
I of ms bast On the
?.me iHT? the Moaart Pentaata in
i* minor, the ChoplB Sonata In B minor
and numbers b. S? humann, Mrah. ? i
'i iti. k Mr Bauer la one of the
Anssi ind erest artists non on these
ahores '? Is to bs bops4 that 4?.- are to
bear him m tin- futura n?ion snd "ftcn
URGES METHODISTS
TO SALUTE CHURCH
Bishop Asks Newark Conference
to Emulate Catholics in
Doffing Hats.
: - ? r B vTUom ? New Feefe,
who la pie siding ?>\?** th? Kewark M?th
o?ii.?t coi ferenee in N-aemrlt, seggeated
t?. the delegate? resterds) l it they urn
tat? Roman Catholic mei who i*? eaae?
li .. their ?? ? so doff thi ? its as a
mark ?>f reverence.
1 f-.^e i *ath. . . , i l r BiOhOP.
?? ? its es th? ?es the) plaega
t won I thai i and I had
BUCh < It .-e?tii.i
to me that e - lould m ?end this pene?
? ? and ?> Ibit this r*ev?r?nce, not alone
? irehea, but t.? nil i icea ? I
lip. V: .1 I . for
'
Sin? i i were da areii ?n
?II membership and ordlnatten
to the minia i ??? eonf? rew ? la ???*?
lalsey fl n? v. -
wer? ess mined in
?
* .? ? ? ;? i rgo m i ?
ra Bo v* W D. Steckte la
? ' ? hurchi - al s. recental Ils and
s M T-?? aei d supplying at
i Montag ?
? - i ?? i v tie, of Sparta; J L
-. of Ridge I F. 8. Rena
of Stillwa ? I dward Retterten, of Hen
Dovi i. r ? * w . . ,. Branehi I I?. nn.i
n U -? ? \ rnoi and Gl? aw.in i
so sdmllt? 'i s? probat
o We?t 8 imn t K K
I Quin : o West Orang? \i n s.-ni.-i
f Pal | g. Wat? who
pasto . ? ? u ? . hui. ?i
? ol See
? i ??..?-. ? ? stated m Ti?. Ti
i Rei tt tills I
M... I. ,
' '* ? ' ., *
mm 'tu.n with
? rlmlnal cha proved a painel
him in in ion ?County, N .i Th? fermer
s not ? at' Been sentenced
by ti ?? Colon Count) ? ?? ?? t. obtained ?
nun at th?? eon? ision of hla Bonn
trial, si ? la el i.t;t m liberty ponding
' ??? ? ? rt's dlsp? li ? his ????
How Morals Should Be Taught.
ternstfoni
of N * ? aril
? ? . -Theatre, on Uan h N and
* ..... ??.,-, atlen?
!" T lould. of th? British Meeal
.? m morelit?
'?1. ? .o .| ?a HI n strnr*
? .?n th?-? ?.ta*?*
with th? Ir b? ;
ktnoni i ? peti me? - are Mrs \rthur
M i?o.?l. m i lohn H?m i Hemmon?,
Mrs. E. R. I* Gould, M T.. T thrlfht,
Mrs MacDonald Sheridan, Mrs Walaton
Hill Brown, Ml i ?.do pti Is wli ohn, Mrs
J Bn a -*? U . *i ?? ?? , .. Mi - '?*? il im A
Pi * . .*. ? ? . ? Mr
I Mr
Da .
Women to Welcome Spring.
Two 1 ' . ng omen of Nil
iclety will
I entitled
Klein, ?* ??f tlir Hippo
? ! on ?*. a * - wi i ten ? nd m hl? h h# ?hi
?-? 111-. . . ? i n ? i. i bel I
on Ap
men t A I ?fit of t h? I
11 . . ? ? t h ?
for Polit atlon
Plie 3 oung won ?
\lolet?
apple blossoms, ?.nil veleom? "Bprlni
ong i; ?! | m? Miss
, ' hman, who will
ont and den? In -
i m mi prominent ne?
? - ? ? ? . ? i watt?
th? tea .tul ea
?
OBITUARY NOTE.
? ? ii:\ ;;:,, \ .1 CARLJ-, da ightei of th?
?i ysstsrn
Sem tit ?I - - ion.*??
? - ?? ?I and ha?i iki ?-los?
? Id to
' irk it
home, No if Bad? i '
? ?
MARRIED.
I ' ' - Isrion
r., to F.leano I?
ol
?'
Vfai rch?
I ,e? p
i ?,. the y v
?
v.,il,?? < f i. 'tee mu? death? mu?t t>?
?r. <,in |>-lli< il io full NSI m nil nil'if?--?.
DIED.
. p i 'olsom, Isa i M,
?
-....* tord, William P.
M R | . f
*.t
?? ; Sen i'.' ' ? ?? March -'.
? ft? late
I ? .-. ih strong f'arll ?ral at hi
? . i" ? ?
' h !3 at
r
??t LYBR- On Fi 114. el
. * ?' ? it
t.. Chart? R. ? er, In his Tith year
it?
DEMARRA ' AI B home. N? il T'-.m
\- *.-. ti'" h? ;?* N. V , Mai h ' *
? i.arl?--> '-' ? -*"? i ?en area! * - d of
. : Funeral ?<
? - Bunds March 22 at
termenl
S f., and ? :
DENN - - ? ?. e
Mar? h 21. B1 ? ' ,; HO *' i
ave . Mo .* air, N J . It?** ? '
i,.. nfj i. i, . ?..,?, i ? it? Alfred L *r.?-|
i, Bliepard Dem ser e
Ills ni . s Moi ? ' hi? hora?
rival of 1 ..*? *? frei H?
at ? ? Of
? . fat
FOLSOM '? ?"~->*
' ? .
? pel or
* . ! -' * ' '
B sal
Mond
FOLSOM Budd? ?*' " "? ?:
? . ?? .:?
i;,|,.' . 1er of the late ? har\?
j m,.-s and Sarah * Do? iiUf Folawrn
. nersi at
a, -.:.-?- i - ? ? Wilton, Co
Mondav, Man h - :. ?t II I."'*? -*,' '
t? ., . ? ? Mount Olivet Ci ?t?i
l
.'*,r? ?jta * .. .
. d c.) papers | sea? - ?
N? ?RRIS?? ?aturda it his
. v . . * ? te
.?? d 17 I' :pern!
<,?.?->. . -? ? ? ...?
.,_??-? - Interment Tu*?
. ...-.- ! ?
?deli t
SANDFORD Suddenly, *.' his residence,
No 2 ::.i -t IM -, hi., I lat . . ?
Ml. '' is le
lo\< i ?.f Elisabeth Ma k? n/..e
I ford, In his ?ol Funer? ?erv
I? ee i "? Bt Mark m M K h.
Ocean in end Beverly r??a?i. Flatbnah,
Bunde). at v p. m.
SMITH Mary H_ **.ife of "the ta*e n?-?.
Corneliu? R Smith, on W?tdn??dey,
March IS Funeral ai'vie ?a at Ornea
Church. Broedwa and l< th ?t . on Tnee>
Mai ? ti. Bt ii a. in. Interment
pi (vats
TILNRl M Calcntte, India, en Jane
.??t*\ ;?.*. ' ?i M Ms? ? ad
,,f k ,i erf r Tllnej Interment pri?
vate at ? ;? ? ?*ti\*-.i ? '? n-?'t? ??? on s?tut
., i\ aftern ?? Mer? n ?1, 111!
I E M FT K Kir. "I.
THF WUOOLAWW C FMF.Tr.RT.
Itita St. S] HsrlBni Tr?ln ?nd by Troll??.
Of?.-?- *.*<? ^a?? ?M ?i s r

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