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THE SOW, .SATURDAY, APRIL 27. 19117.
OF GENFRED D. GRANT
T IiuiisiihIs (hp Street:
Tlirouiili Whirli CiiIsmhi With
Militnr.v Kswii't PnNsctt.
:'it ill M AT WKST POINT
I'li-.iilciit Tnft nt Soi'viee
( Impel llfiuw Toiifliin
Kt'tVifiitT to Major If ti 1 1 .
Th- fmior.ll of Major-don. I'rederick
p, i fran' occurred yesterdny. From
th- Hi'iery to tlin West Forty-aecontl
Urn i.einMi8tlirouKli whirl, the, funeral
pr .v-iim p.issitl worn llneil five deep
wt'h iiMipe wlio paused with bowed
, ' lit It I In cnl'son upon which Iho
i l,.t reted wne drawn by. Tho In.
i r i .' is In the cadets' cemetery at
e-t Point. In n t-pot which tho (Jencrnl
l imf li.id chosen, from whore one can
m- 'ho 'ii.' t.-iry nciiilemy mid tho wholo
i.ivp nf iho Hudson.
7on!eiit Taft, Senator Hoot. Major
(ion l.oiinnrd Wood. Chirr of Staff of the
i-inv. ice-President .Inmon H. Sherman
and Mr Sherman, Henry W. Taft, Mayor
(iavtior nun otiier men in public life at
fiul'il tho service In tho Kroy chnpel of
Si i ortu'lliH the t'entiirion on flovemors
Jl ih'l mi'lituinnry to the journey throuRh
ti. (.ir-e!- of New York on the way to
Vv -t Point
line -den. Tusker H. Ullss, who is tcm
.,n,irilv In command of the Department
nf the Kurt in jiliici of den. Grant, waa to
I avi ridden at tho head of tho procession.
He A.t t.iken ill during tho service In tho
rhupel and was ohlij-ed to pasa over tho
iltllv of loading the parade to hie chief of
(..I Col W.A.Mann. It waa reported
nt Hon llliV quarters yesterday after
noon that ho was not seriously III, but was
nhiited nevertheless to put himself com
Pi'i'ly under the care of a doctor.
I he ervice in the chapel began at 10:30
o'clock Hy that tirao the chapel was so
(ill; that late comers had to stand in the
nisle at tho rear. Tho Rev. Kdmund U.
hindli, chaplain a! Governors Island,
conducted tho service, following the
nuipl" Ppiscopjl ritual. The Hev. Samuel
Kid low of Chicago, Hishop of Illinois in
t.i Iiefornicd Kpiscopal Church, preached
the a Tmou. lie was a soldier under
(nn I' S. Grant in the Vickeurg cam
! .iin and knew Frederick Dent Grant
nhn h" followed the army aa a lad of
13 and for many years afterward.
I'roMtlent Tuft waa sitting within a
few yards of Bishop Futfbws aa ho epoke.
Tit.' Iltaliop could not forbear a mention
of Major Aichlhald Dutt, the President'
a.ile -li ) went down with the Titanic.
1' "a in that part of his add rests when he
speaking of the fidelity of American
- !.it to tli" militant ideal in times of
pe.T'e thst Hishop Fallows chose to bring
in a mention of Major Butt.
"Ho stood there," said the Bishop,
' i' .idini! the women and children to safety.
a 'hi.' he himself calmed death. Ho was
a.iu to a President, who like the father
f the man whom we are met here to
or. r to-day. said, 'I.ot us have peace.'"
l-'ihop Tallows referred to tho I'rosi
.it again a few minutes later when he
-poki; uf the territorle which fell to the
t tuted State. by the war with Spain.
He -aid that Mr Taft had put up a now
..idard of clear cut. vigorous judicial
rt I executive administration while he
,i.- Ovil Governor of the Philippine,
worU which Gen. Grant complemented
,4- an ollieer in the army.
t the clone of the service kTkIiI scr
x Milt of the Twenty-ninth Infantry,
io had Mood immovable during the
nTviru on each side of the casket, picked
up and carried it out of the church
u. -1 rested it on the gray platform of an
t llerv ca1son. The honorary hearers,
. i lotlowed the sergeants out of the
i i.apel, wero Major-Gen. Thomas II
il.irrv, ptiperiutendeitt of tho Military
iul-niv at Woht Point; Col. (). I,. Hem,
le-n II "G Sharpn, Gen. William Cror.ier,
""nator Hoot, William A. farritigton,
llain.ltou l-'isli, Dr. Kohert Abbe. Col.
i K lioliiiison, Gen. Francis Vintoii
dieene. Col. Hobert M. Thompson, Henry
Taft, Andrew Carnegie. Gen. Taker
II Hli- II 11. Kohlsaat of Chicago and
sth Low, who took the place originally
allotted to Gen. Horace Porter. Col, Itobin
Mm and Col. Hein were clabhtnates of Gen.
(rani at Wp.t Point.
With Mrs. Grant was her son. Capt.
I- Grant 'id. Gen. Grant's brother,
I s Grant or California, wulkud withthe
l'ntie( Caiitacuiihie, wlin came to this
' .untrv lrom St. Peterabtirg lo attend
t.i-r father's funeral. Gthers in Mrs.
lir.mt party were Judge lckwood
Honor. and Mr. Honore of Chicago,
! 1 llonnre, Mrs. Potter Palmer. Potter
I'.ilmer, -Ir . und Mrs. llonore i'almer.
'I"he band of the Twenty-ninth Infantry
'ok up th Chopin "Funeral March" and
"ie funeral partv followed the artillery
' -.nil slowly to the slip of the Governors
1 ...ud terry Thev passed through lines
of infantrymen, who were posted at inter
v along thecourse of tile procession.
A the caisson came out on tlio level
en. unit nt i ho ontr.'itioft lo tho ilock the
I .r.n drawing it lecam retive nt tho
ii'-.-irni'-s of tho band nnd reared, lifting
me ml.intryman who was leading them
r lii feet. He clung to the bridle and
ii d them without mishap
1 i" Pi opulent left the tiarty at the dock.
H- went directly tg the revenue cutter
I'.fnAh arid going on was irausmrreu
' a point where he could tako a train
OW.WK, W liere IIV imu .'liLri1 l v
-".in atldress. Muyor Gaynor anil Com
" -.. nier Kliinolander Waldo also left
i un eion at the ferry slip. They
' ' i tie. police boat Patrol and were
i to New York
I ii. .i reels fronting on the Governors
I. ,. vrrv. jp at the Battery were lined
wii.i s-opli when the General Otis, the
iri'iv i oat conveying the funeral party
' v w oik, came into her dock. Ihey
v ie. I silently while the sergeants
i"d urn the casket und placed it cm an
' tn-v i'iiioii. The bearer and the
of Mrs. Grant s immediate party
I . nage- and took tlieir places
' '- i nn line of mourner.
. iii;.inialion of many orte,
i le.i ir.eut anil men liom tho teg
' - . Idled Whitehall ell eel "lid
l- l out into Broadway. At the head
l ie. weiii Col Mann and Ids staff ,
1 i Im,' ( ol Andiews. Col. Chase, Col.
I ati. l ol Hull and Col. Holier. The
' '! leoniiti.d Behind thorn were I'll
1 "i of S'lu.idion A. Battery V of the
- i n I Hitiiilion, Field Artillery, N. G.
i a leginieiil of legular Held artllleiy
in lioni all the lorts in fhe vicinity
v. i' oik, the Fourteenth Heciment,
fj .S , of Brooklyn, which Gen.
int commanded in the Spanish War,
lv l rirm strnmr: the Veteran Corns of
Hery. an organiialion of those whose
i' nailiorh or greai-graiuunuiijrs
it!lit m the Revolution or the war of
', commanded by Charles F.lllott
.iTon Tho guard of honor woa drawn
hi C S Grant Post, G. A. H.. eighty
ii miis of the civil war. These men
fii tied without faltering the whole
milen to iho Weehawken Ferry,
"icether tliere wejo about 3,0n) men
nl 111 c.ticon which bore Gen.
' 1 1 i h i.H-ket, eoerd with a large
" ri flag, an infantryman led his
let 'iho horse was m mniiniiiig
r.T- f u as tiie preliminary ciders
i " U with black flappings and boots
i nd snrruri revetted Then came the
'nciu&i, hfty uf thein, conveyiog the
bearer and mourners and member of
various patriotic) societies, which wlshd
to Im roi)rRfntol hut wet not included
In tno military part of the proccsnlon.
rsnw ork, which haa had melancholy
rnotiBh things to think of those laet few
(lay, went nut on the sidewalk to watch
tno iiaratlo pi. It went, up nroadwav
In the l,ny hour between noon and l
"clock, and no ureal was tho crowd that
tno policn encort could ecarcely open a
way for the parade.
It turned Into Waverley place, and
thence to I'irth avenue. At Eighth
xtrcet the parade waa broken Juat In front
of tin raWon In onler to mako way for
i fire engine and tender on tho way to
in rum nine nre.
Tho hend of the prooeaaion reached
Forty-Rwond atreet at about half paet 1.
r or two houra before that time the atepa of
the Public Library had been packed with
those who winded to aee It paea. There
waa no hurrahing and tho parade went
by to the beat of muffled druma.
when tho cavalrymen of Squadron A
reached the ferry plara at the foot of
Went I'orty second afreet they turned
aside and lined tho atreet at attention
while tho caiaaon and the carriage rolled
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Grant own party wena the rlv?r
und took a sneclnl train for Wnal Pnlnl
rho special train bearing the body of
Gen. Grant nnd the funeral cortege
arrived at West Point at 1:05 P. M. The
procession moved up tho long hill from
tho depot to the strains or Chopin's
"Funeral March" by the Military Academy
band and upon reaching tho library the
minute guns boomed out and continued
till tho mourners had iaseed through the
cemetery gates. Hera the liattallon of
cadets crossod guns over the grave and
as the remains wero lowered into the
cement crvnl that hail heen nronsrxt
i iiny nren inree vnueys irom ineir pieces
nnd tho band played "Nearer, My Uod to
Prayers at the arave were madn lir
Post Chanlain F.dward S. Travers. Bishnn
Samuel hallows of Chicago and Chaplain
r.amunt Hmitii or Governors is and
the Kniscnnal comm tat service waa
usea. following the services a salute of
tntrteen guns was nred by tno artillery.
EDGAR J. LEVEY DEAD.
Had Been tlt-natr CnmptrsUer of
Kdg-ar J. Ley, once depute Como
troller of the city or New York, died
.csterday at the Post Graduate Hosoltal
alter an illness or more than a month.
Mr. Ivey had an attack of appendicitis
at that time and on April 8 he was
moved to the hospital. lis had heen at
tended hy Dr. George Gray Ward of 61
West Firiy-thlrd street.
Udgar .1. Ivey was deputy comptrol
ler of New York at the time of the con
solidation nnd a great part of the burden
of the financial 'problems brought Into
belnx by the consolidation were placed
befoie him to solve. Ills work In this
situation brought him Into prominence
and was the subject of much praise.
.Mr. ivpy was urauuHiea rrom Colum
bia ColltKc In 188S and from Columbia
Law- .School In 1S86. In 18(1 he entered
the Finance Department of the old city
cr New York as private secretary to
Comptroller Myers. In IS91 he was made
an U(sl9tnnt deputy and three years later
Comptroller Fitch appointed him a full
deputy. From that time until his retire
ment from the department on December
31, 1901, he wss the real secretsry of
the Board of Ketlmnta and of the Blnk
InK Fund Commlrston. He resigned from
the department when his work In con
nection with the consolldstlon had told
do severely upon his health thst for a
time It was expected that he would break
down completely under the strain.
with the creation of the greater city, a
much Involved tangle of claims and con
tracts was turned over by the govern
ments of the several municipalities to the
administration of the greater city. It
was this tanrle which fell to Mr. Levey
Mr. Levey was a Democrat, but wis
never active In politic.-.
After his mtliement fiom the Comp
Holler's ottlce. he ilevutcd his attention
to a number of private Intel rsts. lie
wm pieshlent of Hie Title Insurance Com
pany of New York, the New Y'ork Mort
case and Security Company and the
Lawyers' KnglnrcrlnK and Surveying
i"i)iiiiaii.v, anil was vlce-ptesldent of the
Chelsea Really Company. Among the
companies In which he was a director
weie the Alliance Itealty Company, the
Harney Kstate Company, the Bush Ter
minal Company, the Century tttaliy Com
pany, the lluilon Mortgage Company,
the New York and Buffalo Title Com
pany and the Wallaston ftealty Com
Ills home wss at 162 West Seventy
THE REV. OEOROE W. KNOX.
Dies In C'orea on lluaaal Ike World
l.ertare Tonr. j
i' i . .. I .... nAnPnA W M I ' . ... crnnv
1 ,ir.,,r. uvw. , a. ...... fiuirn,,,,
of iihiloophy and the history of lellnlon
at the Cnlon TheoloKlcal Seminary, and
leilpleiit of the Older of the Itlstmt Hun
from the Kmpeior of Japan In 1S, be.
cause of fifteen years distinguished mis.
klonaiy services In that 'country, died
of pneumonia on Thursday at Seoul.
I.Ike the Hev. Pr. Chntles Cuthhett
Hull. Pr. Knox had been sent around
the wuild on a lettui" tour by the Union
Theological Seminary, and like the fot
nier pieshlent of the seminary, tiled after
remairilriK awuy a year. StattlnK with
his wife esily last summer. Dr. Knox
had tumid Kurope, golni: to India In
October and theme to China. The last
letteis lecelved by Pieshlent Kianrls
Umwn at the semlnaty showed him to
be In I'eklu nnd Sluuiulial. Word that
he had gone to Coiea came In the short
cable Thursday which announced his
death. Nothing Is known at the sem
inary as to the circumstances or the
disposition of tho body.
Ur. Knox was born In Home, N. v..
on AtiKusi a, iit.i, aim was euueaieu
at Hamilton College nnd the Auburn
Thenloalcnl Seminary. Soon after gradu
ation he went to Japan for fifteen years
as a missionary', leturnlns; lit 1 K 3 3 to
become pastor ot me i-iesnyietian unurcn
In Hye, N. Y He enteicd Cnlon Then-
. ... ..I
loslcal Senilnaty In 1S:6 as lecturer In
apologetics and three ymis later assumed
the professorship, whlih he held unlll
his death. He lecelved th degree of
fliielor of divinity fiom Pilncelon In Has
and that of I.L. P. from Holmrt in 1904.
In 1 fo 3 Yale appoint! d him Nathaniel
Ta", lor lecluiei. On Apill .I", IHOS, Con-sul-Oeneial
Nlt7.uto of Japan presented
him with the Older of the Itlsing Sun of
Hie Fourth Class, on behalf of the Km
peior, lecrignlzlng his services as a mis
sionary. He was the author of a number
of books on Japanese life and the philos
ophy of lellgion and was a mnmber of
the Ccniuty and Apawamls clubs, He Is
survived by his wife and four children,
Muryal, Carol A., Porothea and H. Jay
Ilr. Francis Baros.
NEW HAVK.v, Conn, April :. After a
long lllne.ii Dr Pranels flaron. an authority
on yellow fever, illsd al his horns here to.
day In his eighty-first year, Dr Bacon mas
widely known as a surgeon and as sn alien
Itt. His father, the Hev. Pr Leonard Bacon,
was prominent as an abolitionist preacher In
this ilty When Or, Ilaion was graduated
frnni ths Yal Jlnlkal School In HJ1, his
diploma saa held hark for a year until he
tumid com of age, in ItS! when Oa I
.ion had s yellof fe.er epldemln h gaic
ueful etile and ass himself stricken slth
the dlseate At the nuthreak of Ihe civil
wsr lie hrcamti surgeon of the Pecond Con
nictlcut Volunteers, going later in th ffv.
enth. Before Ihe end of th wsr h hsd
l.ern rromolnl to th medical directorship
vt tai Aim et Us I'oiomac aud fhully to
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"If Mr. Roosevelt is to be the Republican candidate. Bryan at once becomes the logical Democratic
candidate. . . . Bryan is advocating all the reforms a'dvocated by Roosevelt . . . and has
originated them." Rrynh Manager.
the ssme position In the Ueprstmrnt nt the
Oulf. From the ent! of the war unlit It"
he oecupleil the chair of nurirfry nt Yale.
Its ,msrrl.l Mix ll-orxlunnn M. Vootey of
Wbw York, a rlvlt war nurtie. In M7C. Hhe
Olrd In lli. No children miril.r. 1
I (rut -Col KrancU II. Ilanlle
Lieut -Col Kranrl, II llarJIe .lle.1 y . .ter- !
.Uy .1 Ituovv-lt l!oi,.i. tr l,r h.,1 !
t,en III for ih- i.aat two twinHis fol llsr-
ill turn tlfiy-eliht years nKn 11 1 Wnlia
Uirra.k, California, where liln fatlu r, ih,.
Inipvclor.ilen jmur. AUm ll.ii.lle. was:
men n 1 api.iin 1.01 unruly p-rei in wie
In. II.111 win He llie.l at 13 K 1 Cnrtliih
treet with M two elmer.. Ml f atherln
fuylr llardle an. I Ml llile llunlrr
111. i-romer. Josepn iiur.it.. u
In WuBhlimlnti, l) C Col lliir.lle li.m lately
heen the Innnerlor at lame ef I'anania
Canal Hlth an oiTIi'f in Die Army llull.tlnK
on lte aire!, llefore tl.l- he j In the
Fifteenth Itetlment, etaili.ne.l at Fori
.. T. 1
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,ir Marv A .Morin. ife of HoU ri Mnr-
tn, superlntetiilent f the Mu.llo llulLllnr.
1. suiH-rlntemlent f the Mu.llo flull.llnr
lt: We.l Twentv-tlillil atretl v here -I.-
V .lle.l ye.r.rd t v a f er Ln ulna "f 1, ..
months Mr lorjtan waa horn thirty
years una, the iluiiKhier uf Capt.
Koreateen. an old time ..a captain
leave, no children
Ir. F.Mlr I.. Thnmp.o,,.
lir hftytlc I, Tin. m. on, norintr Imtler
r.f the Ua.n and It . M If it. fc..ri.t ft r.l l..ikm.ni
sad general seereta.y of the M,.ho..t
llriilh.rhoo.l, dlt.t ycaterday at l-.at Oranse
Ills health hatl hroken 1I0e.11 tn iiu.lwlnter 1
after hl exertlona In the M,n ami Itellclon
rsmnalsna. In the Irn.leiahlp of hkh he;
a anotlate.t lth Kre.l II Smith
(iairett llll.llcal lnatltate. He lUU-.l the 11.1s.
toralea of M-lhoill.t Kpleenpal c htinhca mals whlih he eold to ciicues and fom
In LanaliiK and Jacknon, Mlih. llavetiport, I throughout the rountty While he .is
la Mlnneapolla. Minn, ami St I ...uie. ,.. tin-re lie sold elsf.t hiiioiota(iil, one of
Al the. urcanltalloii of ihe M.llu..lUt llnuli-1 m ,oh hroiiy.'ht Ja.eoo lis iiecame so well
irhooJ In l'JUt he waa appointed b tli-e- ueiiuaiiileii ttitli Ihe iiiilrraU under III
urealjent. t.ecnitilnK Kener.il eerret.irv In I ..1. ....... !..,, ,, ,.u ..i.tM.. ... ... ....tl
lalO. He la elltlll.tl hy a Wife all.! rhUilren
l He JUIiei.il wu. iieiu in r.w.i '1.1I6. IH.i
la., on M.in.l.iy
M0II11M llles Alimird Truln.
OTTAWA, Out, April Si - When the .e-I
Hal train li.arltiK the Loudon Symphony or-
chealra riaihed here tn.ilny eei olid nln
player Wallace Hutillffe a fouinl orail In
Ida Ixrth Heart tllaeuM. was the 1 hum. of
death Sulillffe will he hurled lure Tneeday
Fordor I. osier.
H.ilKh.s.tiK V .1 , April w Miss
( lalre l.iuier, daughter ot Mr and Mrs.
John U. I.oiernt Oradell, was mart led last
levenltiK to llov Ldinund P.ndee of lliooklvn
y the llev Ur. hetinei y ol M .MitrK s
i,i.iiui...i . mo. i
of the bride's patent 'Ihe bridegroom le
a son o. iwibiii i-anie.-. si-it eotiy m tne
New oik t entrgl llnilio.it I ouipanv
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litry ol the
Iho ma ton of honor ..s aim am i .r
.,,ll I MM i - l 111,,, ,. I ... '. I',, ,
und herself a brldo of a year
I ho brides-
inaltl weie .Miss Lisa Pardee and .Mis
John l.oii'i', the latter a younger sister
. . . , r...i 'II... i..t.i
i no ileitis tier hiiiii'i s ii.iiiii- i iii- iii mi-
tune a diamond peiulnlil. a gill lrom the,
hi idegrooin. Slanlev J Coisa of IlinoUlyn
was best iiiiiii 'I lie ushers were
i ... 1. 1 1 .. ..
Andrews nnd 'I ho inns tiairlly
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supper toiionen tin. ii'imin'iij .oi nun
Mrs. Paideo will spend tlieir lioneyiiionn
Unveiling in the pritiitn ear of Hie hridn
k room 'a rather I hoy
lioino In w orl ollv
will mako ilioir
.olea nf the) Korlal World,
Ml Mice Andteav. dauchlrr nf Mr and Mr
Otto Andiesr, will hi' married tn Woodbury
Kiim.ni tM arti'rnnnn Ifl St. Marv'. t'hilrrh.
Tiuedo Perk A reception will follow at the
llla nf Mr. and Mis. Andrrnr.
Fdnarrt S I'ett.i, tm will tnairy Mln Kalhrlne
Oakley nest Tuevd.i), will give his larenell
bachelor dinner io.ulrht at Drlmonlco'e.
The Wlsiej Margarrl and Madeleine Smith,
who recently relurnrd fiom Panama, n 111 give a
reception ulth dancing this alleinnnn at their
home, 13 West Sevent -second street.
Luncheons were given yesterday by Mrs. A
Murray Young, Mr. L. Cass Inljatil and Mrs.
Horace I.. Hill.
Mrs Charles P AleinnUer will give a rereptlon
neit Tucdai nUht for the members ot fir
I'hamplsln delrsailon at her hmiv, I Wevt FUty.
MUs All'-e II. .Sttnrhflelit, daughter cf Mr and
airs John H. Htsnehfleld, lll be married tn Dr.
Arthur Wright this afternoon at tba hjme of her
Loiiic.'il Democratic Candidate,
PARK'S ANIMAL HAN DEAD.
1 for Twenty Vrara Suillh Mm! III.
rected the Zoo.
.lulin Mlllnin .Smith, for twenty years
director of the Central Palk uienaxurlo,
'I,l,,rt on Thurday afleim.uil In St Luke's
H.Miital Mr Smith had been In pool
health lor .-ome months and an oi.-ratlin
for an ft ruction of the lnte.lliies wss per-
rornieii ny ur Itiinen .Mine iai sniuruav
I lie ii-iauoii eemeii suiiesiiii ami .ir
'llllll was lliuililll 10 no ret iiverilli; w lieu
1 1, dmiKlilor. Mri. t.enevleve Campbell of
1 .M rus, ,...,.1. i,.t. culled lo see him. Sliu
ti.,,,,.,1 i.i,,. itt,n.iriitl- .lukltii: .mil i-allfd 11
1 lmw. ,y ,,e tiino liliyslei.i-is arrived he
Mr Stnitli was horn in New York In ls'W
1 Ho ;i educated In the public schools ulnl
I at si Stephen's parochial school and at
Hi,. U1m ,,r -ii i;i,t a Place as bookkeeper fol
III. llll.'MVl vl" ! I'M
1.. imnieof is',: the
, th I. 1
find J t 'ii
etui on the seioi il
. a Wall street firm III Hie
' (inn tailed and ho had to
i )0 ,,,1, u.mliict
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....,. ,..,r ii.,,. ,,,,, (ln .llv. 1,,.,-ame s-iner-
"'. """'""" -'
"'"'"J""t. holding the plaie for seven ve.1.1
Hall vvaik' ot tho Demnciatlc parly and In
If-Tr. a elected lo tho Assembly fioin the
i.U'l I ueiity-llr.t ward He then Is-came a
frienil of Itiilinrd Croker and when tie)
1 vaiV r ditvetur of Uv I Vntrall'arK inHnav
, tTli' was put (Hi w vW'll hervirt I HI h iciuu
tl... u,, tin.. t u .. ut It . t. r.f Hi-
, fi.,k..r and won easily
I Wlien Mr. Smith took chariot of the on
, ,1 i,,,m ,,,. ,.. ,.r .,.,i,..,n..
UI Ir'.i. 11 wui. in poor eoniiiiioii diiivh 111,11
, . . .
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' 1 1 1 e c 1 1 V " 1 11 11 ti 1 ' y X " milh Z e
, HlH poibl.. thromrh the IlleedilU of anl
tn .. v'MtMrloiire M hi'ii lino of lh iililfllnl. iv:m
j .Mr Stnitli was married In Ivio to Anita
. liabldan In imih, just as they were airaiitr
Itu; for their golden wedding aniilters.iry
Mis .Smith died .shortly allerward IM-
rector Milling salary 01 a year
I reduced lo l,'."i, and this combined with
t l ief over (ho death of his wife, caused
his health lo fnlt.
I HOE SALE OVER $1,500,000.
T (f Tl,r( (, Morf.
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j , , ,,,,, .,jr, f ,,, ,. ,,,, lllle,
j uWht , ,,. Alll,.r,01l ,,aenes. bringing
n. unind toutl of the sale mi lai well oter
JI,'oii,ns., I'ew high ptlt e weie got yoster- J
, im,u.r nl,d u. day's I, Hal was lo.
..,.,,, ,,. ,.,i,t prii e paid
( nh; ; h ,, s Hulli for 0iulre's
"l.e I'nn.'il Isnie, oil Miihouiel le Propliele,
Iragiilie " tleorge II. Sinl'li I'litiithi a topy
ol I lie (Iflli ol the I'llol irnels lor IIU This
mi,. i.uIiIikIii'iI hv Henri Whtlfleld and was
rttite.i in i.iiiiuon in lo.ii . n iHiiienrst imi..i
., -v tlVe.lt alit Inn
Walter Hill lioucl.i
i npy of Hie .works ol' Kniin.ois illnji lor
' Slrt'i, anil Mr Smith -criirod Mired Cninte ,
i lie Vigny'r. I'lei relic" lor Htl'i He .dsn,
, ,, j,,,,,,!,,,, ,.,,. ol Voll.ilre lot i:n
i I-'yom I lie t In ee purls of I he Hot. Kile that
I b.i ve nbe ulv been sold a gi mid total has been
. utilized of l,iiii!i,t.lV,7.'i. I'm I III. thai Inia
iieoii r 1 1 ii i ii u for Iho inxl Iho woi'kk eold
lor 3(i"i,i.'.o. TIioih ttrr ilill to mnro tmrl
to ho eold, mill the -uis will ho tonliniiiMl
ennio tlitto in Ih" illinium. It la inid Hint
I'.til IV w III ho of ari'iitor lnlei'ot to tiihllt).
Hiil.. Hint prolmhly lirltiKhlulicr tulioH
than tho putt thiil lin. jnel lioon otitltil.
ii,.loii,.i.r tlnnlol It. Konnoill has con
liifiotl iho Mile Ihroimhoul, anil itraetlrally
Iho a.iuio i ollfi lor and privaio tiiivcih nnvo
lu'oit rri'-tit iIhoiikIi nil lliroo parts
llnitrr for 1ll Slnranret Pelrra.
Mit., Helen riuMiT liioanello cave a
iIhiico ul her hoini. 41 West Hevpnty-ttfth
elrool, rltidny venln for Mlm Mar
Knrel Peter. nf Vasaar, lUushter of William
1 IVtrra of 431 ltlvnrlile Prlve. Mrs.
tirt'HiiolIt was nsalMod In reifivinK hy Mrs.
t.rui'o lluiitinstnii Hlrong and Mrs, IVters
Ihe rotilltm nh led Ity Kretleric S. WelU,
Mls.i (Irennel'a f.ithor nnd Mihs l'otoia
.11 las Mn-rlll l Weil lr. I.rt.hford.
Mtmni .i iw , Vpiil The cusat'i'-
itn'iil t iiiiiioiiii'oil uf Mary Wintimi .Mor-
lill. rl.timliler of .Mr anil Mrs Kinlorli k
uiiihioti Motrtll ol Morriatown. lo U
'ulnirr l.cti'iilurri, sou of wiiiium LWfk
i, aiau oj jigituvgwa.
BUYS A TINTORETTO.
Ks..ludKe Klliert II. nary Adda m
no, OOlt Purtrnll to Ilia Collection.
A three-quarter length rtandinR por
trait, life size, of n youn(- man by Tinto
retto, the Venetian master and said to
be a likeness of a vouthfill memUr of the
ebratcd (ionooso Spiuoln familv. has
11 aciiuired by Judge F.lbert W. Oury
his private collection through the
r m i.- 1 1.,- 1. ..r r,i
l irth avenue Although no price has
liven mentioned, the value or the lairtrait
; :,. ,1,.. .1.1.. .-i..,. 1 ,r
,n ,,. ,,,,,, wi
I he niclure shows 11 voiiiil' man el tired
in 11 lilacl; costume of the i.eriod lit is
dat.'d 1511.. A black enpe i, thrown over
nissnnuiuers. tt itn uis leu iiiinii lie clasps
i"e 11111 01 11 soni aim 11 pair 01 gloves..
! anil to the right its he faces tho sjieetntor
"0.'r" !' " "W
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of 11 balcony. Iho sirtrait was obtained
,l'mK ,h" i,vur ''J' ' barles Hnoidler
ij0,,(ion and was exlli'i-led not Iciir ago
1 : .i.. .n
.nmwiiicr ..yaiierirs. 11 was lor-
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1 lllcrly ill tlio Collect Pll of I
I flumfy nml WH lmrchilM,,, frol
1 ioe opiuoiii
from tho Mar-
(iovernint'iit forhude th removal of
old paintings from tho country. The
(Kirtrail is in a f'ue s-tate of preservation.
CENTURY CLTIB MEETS
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'111!, hi th.
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liv .Mine Kinui.i
JMUIiltiitlin. who nitiL-
MllllsOli et Dulila
I I "ui t in In
'Ihe guests Included Mrs. Ida HtMed
1 lliuper. Mias Kugler, Mr lleibert IMx
, Klnir.shury, Miss l,oul-e Mavetiik, Mrs.
1'Wis Lelnnd l'lerie. Mrs. . n lliNeng,
..irs. ..utter 1 i,euiiunn anil Alts 1 mines
1 Indian! Mrs. I.dward L llilm was 1 hnlr-
1 man 01 tho tci option committee .Mi.
Auuii.t Pieyer pie'ltleil
Engineering Valuation of Public
Utilities and Factories
By HORATIO A. FOSTER
Author of "Foiter's Electrical Engineer's Pocltetbook"
CONTENTS , n .
Value: Commercial. Earning. Pin si. al. Intangible. cK Purposes of
Vii'uation. Instructiatns for Valuation, i-orms for Uh m Appraisal. al
nation of Various Properties. 0t of Valtntm a Property. alue of
Good Will. fioiiiK Concern, (joiik: Value. Depreciation Renewals.
Aniortiation. Deprcaa'ion. FiiikI" Appreciation. Franchise allies.
Capitalization. Control of Public Utilities. List of Public Service
Comtnifsioiis Court Decisioib.
330 Patts 6i9. Afany Forn. Prlci $3.00 Ntl.
D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, Publishers
25 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK
Or Order of your Booktellcr
True Value in Pearls
is gauged by their Lustre Color Form
Consider all these in selecting yours,
whether as a necklace complete, or simply
for adding thereto.
860 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK
lliiviu.1, Ilpns. Jnv S.(I(I0 fol
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im Aiilinnl Joisinii 'Inpt'K
trics Also Sell llipli.
iSKIiL IMCTI IIKS AT XKHIT
Kxninplrs of llnhoiis. Vnii D.vfk
mill Olliors IHsposoil of In
High prices were Rot In the Plaza yes
terday afternoon for rule tapestries,
rugs and paintings of the J. Hampden
Hobb collection, sold under the auspice
of the American Art Association. Kxam
pies of Hubens, Vart Dyck and other
musters) were held for the cveiiinr; sale.
The tupostrioH and rues brousht n total
of Hidden. Prominent nconle nt (ended
' Iho sale and purchased under buyon.'
names or throiifili ncents. 'ihoin v.-ero
inNo numerous art collectors and dc.ileis
Tnpeetrlcs of diffeienl centurion and of
tho Flemish nnd Italian Hetmissunce wero
hoisted into view in rpllclt succession on
tho staj;c of the Brand ballroom. Some
of them so larco that tliey almost com
liletely tilled the cilrtnin area. Few of
them sold for loss than a thousand dollars,
and two broiiRht l.1,lixi und fll.noo. re
siMKctlvely. The holiest price of the
afternoon was V.'2,fii0, paid for a rare
Persian tinlmul or hunting riiR by Duveen
llrothers. Another rug was purchased
by I). O. Kcleklan, 11 dealer, for l5.lno.
and thero wero frequent prices above
$l,(X)0 both for rtiRs and tapestries. Amour;
thoso present at the sale were Mr. and
Mrs. William Hockefeller, Mr. and Mrs.
Huqh Muriy, Mrs. Pembroke tlones,
Mrs. II. II. .Jenkins, C. B. Alexander, C.
ldyard Hlair, M. Orme Wilson, Dr.
William Valentlner, A. I.ivinRston, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hearetand Miss Maynard.
Tho rug that went to Dus-eeti llrothers
for $23, WO is an extraordinary example of
a sixteenth century Persian. On a back
ground of a brilliant ruby red is imposed
a remarkable design of figures of various
animals, llshcs, trees nnd flowers in strin-
!'ing and brilliant colors. On a wide border
I of sapphire blue are figures of the sacred
1 lotus flower, leafy scrolls and birds. The
1 rug is framed under glass.
According to a letter received .by tho
lato Mr. Robb, this rug represents a huge
historic garden named "hhah Nebad,"
that belonged to Shah Manseur cf the
, MusafTer dynasty. It is seven fect four
Inches long by live reet tnree tnctics wide,
with tho weft of silk and the warp of the
I finest wool nnd about 480 hand tied knots
to tho square men.
Tho bidding on this treasure started at
unnnnil lumped at a single bid to lltl.ncaj.
Krom thero it went up nt thousand dollar
steps. Several Healers notiy contested
its purchase by the Uuveens.
The piece of tapestry that sold to "W.
Chester for ilj.luo is a French fifteenth
century panel of a single figure. On a
ground of old rose is the lifesize figure
rr a vnnnor man who stands beneath an
apple tree. H is garb is that of a wenlt hy man
01 the early Renaissance, and it is thought
that hi figure may txf meant to comment-
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untie ni, 1 1 oil, m wi.iiu ,.v v..... .. .
Another pfece of tapestry of equal
interest is an exampio 01 iiiieeniii i-en
' tury Hemish (lothio renresi.ntin the
1 lassion and triumph of I hrist. It has a
characteristically high horizon, nnd the
a'hn ,1 noinnosition is lined Willi croups
1 01 ngtires ruiiRt-u one ui.or ii r. uui.-i.
' It is brilliant with rose and yellow and
, l.nu r eb n ml nrofiiso coloring of old blue.
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me siory is-kioo hi i,n- i(.-. .v., ,,,
Oorner.anil snows uie uiueieiu sym 111
Uie Saviour's life Many inscriptions
are inserted, Mils unusual piece was
sold to O Hornet for $14,0t) Vitall Hen-
fiii.it n flo.iler. was tho bidder tin
A set of five seventeenth century rovn!
Gobelin tapestries -were sola to .vir.
lt.ni..i for 12.000 aniece. l our of the
series are of uniform sire, while the fifth
is a narrow upright ianel 01 pieceii irag
w..u 'I ho four leoresent the snorts
"tl,,.'.t . ; .!.
Ot CllllUreil, llliasuvniinj;, .nvm r.
wrestlim and the game of horse. Tho
upright panel contains two figures sepu
rntml liv n eelllll.
Seliguian A Co. bought a French Gothic
M,:ii..ii,.nr taoestrv. a rare and line ex-
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"V"1 "'"w""' '-I
' k,J? .'. JL ,0,.. mfnc lire for S'l.auO.
, V i;.., ....n-..! 0 Heventoenth
. . ,t llu. ,ta tintu.l offer o
I '". 1 .. .,n ,l 1 ill., for gi.SSn.
I .r 'A. .... . Vt'iltUr... Lonirbt nn olchteenth
' 1 1 ..r 0 n.i. i,.,ipv nd.r
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imdrMfoivo royal l.oiieiiim panels ior
i.iivi c v ii..,iul, f ttm
jl.tai uineie iv.i 1 1 mi,,-,, .....- ...
seventeenth century were secured by 31r.
Seaman for .l,.vi apiece, both of them
Jieing after cartoons by Vernet huverul
other pieo's were sold at prices ranging
r. nn. CI luui fr. f .-UHI
An Italian terr.J cotta relief of tho
Madonna nnd Child attributed to tn
siTtecnth century wa sold to the Metro
politan Musoiim for tnrKi. It is a striking
jiien-, having acquired a variety of tons
of coloi which pass from a palo buff pink
to a brownish red.
Several rare Persian nnd Ispahan rugs
wero sold, mostly to dealers, one of there,
line example .r tho sixteenth century
Ispahan weaM. i;olnc to Vltall Ifengulat
f nr rt UUK u hlln niinthor. 4
of Persinii weave of theT .samo psriod
was sold lo him ror h.bwj. i
He also secured
n sltteenih cenfurv animal riia for M.tXK).
and an nntlqiio Ispalian rug went to
i . vt , ncainuii lur .,111.1.
Several Indian ruga of Agra weavu
brought high prices.
The final performance of "Tais and
Tatters," lint musical eomedv hy Miss
llrnce HollhiRsworth and Miss Grace Henry,
was gltrn Inst night at the Berkeley Tpe-
'I'l.fl.n . ... la... tat., I nthiialastlo
I Hinlleiiie and II Is expected thai a nana
some amount "111 be realized lrom the two
tien'oriaan'cs for the benefit of the Mnslo
Hrlioul Settlement work After ths psr
lorniiiiiee .Mrs .1 lleibert .loiiuston fBtar.
mined the entire ciift.nl her house, It wash.
liiKKin Situate North, all going In stats
makeup. I hero uis a supper and Informal
The Itrv. tierald A. CannlBBksa
I he llev tierald A Cunningham, senior
curate of St dcorae's Church, who will
many Miss Mary Van Zlle, daughter e)f
Mr ami Mrs Cdnartl S. Van Zlle, In Trinity
Chapel on Monday, gate his farewell bsefc
elnr dinner lal nluht si the Players Club
III. irnoMtK ueio ilayniond Cunnloghsia,
the hev t.eorge Xorloti, ths Hev. Itoaoqe
I'ntiUllior llHteh. the Hev Malbooa Jllrek-
head. Chillies Iturkitigham, LawrSBM
Wldiieuiiiie and Martin laylor
Dress Trunks, Rawhide Bound
w N. V. Corasr th StraM
Ah ova rartlsnt tfaf I
Btlow ai Sirsi
ni:Al.i:-Mi:i!ltll.I..-On Thursday, April 33.. at
the home or the briae a parents, r.ast oranft.
X. J.. hy the Rev. Ur. Jame F. Rl(. as
slsted I) the Rev. Dr. Charles H. Bait.
I'lhel Gertrude, daughter of Ur. (A4 Mr.
I ilviln Clement Merrill, to Ihe Rev. Arthur
Stanley lirale of Stonehstn, Masttehusatts.
CAUPDi:i.L.-At her residence. South Oraal.
N. J., Wednesday: April 24. III,. Fanfile
Malt, widow of SAmurl Campbell.
Puneral mlre. at the Church of Hoty Con
uuinlon. .Smith Oranite, on Saturday, April 31,
at quarter of four, on arrival of 3 at) train
from llobnktn. .. 1.. & W. H. tt
CAri.UUXLL.Oa Wednesday. April U. ItlJ.
at her residence, HI West .Vlth St.. F.lltabsth
Mllbanli, widow nt William A. Cauldrrell and
dauchter of the late Samuel and Sapbla
Mllbsnk, In the (Oih tear ot her ate,
funeral eerilrrs will be held at the Caliafy
Baptist Church, West 57th St.. Saturday.
April :, at 10 A. M. Kindly omit flowers.
IIAHDIK. -I.lfiii. Col. Francis H, Hardle. U.S.A.,
fnn df the Istc Inspector. General James
Allen llardle I' M. A., and the lata Usrfsret
Cuylrr Hunter Hardle.
Funeral sen Ires Monday, April 3D, at 10 A. Mm
at Ihe Church tif .St. Paul the Apostle. Mtb It
and Columbus av.
KIX'K. At I.aiisnne, Switzerland, April 3.
l.'dnard Weaver Keck, son of the late Thomas
and Mary Weaver Keck.
K.(l - In .Seoul. Cores, April 3.I. ol pneumesls,
the Hev. fienrfe Wllllsm Knos, D ID., LL. p..
ProfrMor of the l'lillosophy and History ol
Itellglon In the I'tilon Tlitoloclcal Seminary.
Notice ot funeral services hereafter.
l.F.VKV.- IMssr J. Levey. In Ms HtU year.
.Notice of funeral hereafter.
MrCOHMICK. Through mlsundsrstaadlac
abroad Ihe body of James Henry McCormlck
did not arrive on the fi. S. Kslstrln Auust
Funeral from 341 Jr.ferson av. Requiem mssa
at the Church of Our I.sriyof Good Counsel.
I 'ii i nam nx. betneen fatchsn aad -ala
as., Ilrookly n. Tuesday, April to, at 1040
MOltCA.Y Mary A Morgan, afed SI. l.tlagln
etatr Titk 1'l.xiiiAI. CBVBca. 31343 West
:3d si (Frank y.. cauraiu, bcildwoi,
Cl'tilJP.Mll'IM.At a special meetlag of Ike
Hoard nf Directors of th 1 Mrsas ATtoat a i
sifam I'i'mp CouraNT held la Naw TOrk oa
ihe i'flth .lay of April. 113, tie foUowUjaetlon
The First Vice-President announced Ultsltaltt
of llenlnmln Ruggenhelra, PraaMMl as aba
Company, whereupon the foUowtw atabaiiia
vvas unanimously adoptad by aitalag V)W;
This t our hour of great bereavamtat. Tba
appalling calamity which destroyed k Uf
fated ship Titanic csrrlad away 01
and respected I'reildent, Ueajaashs
Theworldhaslostoneof those rata wbo tatbsHs
span uf life attain merited emUttsyea ajMI
lre.iler.hln through their Inherent qusStftaaf
rourage. hreadtb ot piirpoa and gtsUgsfiM
adherence to high standards la t hs pnaj)tast
nf Industrial progress. '
Tblr Company has lost Its chief executlva srbtf
cave to Its affairs the best years of a attabla
business, career, ills constructive cealut. tabs
iiDfalllnsT inurlesy aad eoattaerairM wtcb
so endeared hint aa a leader, aad bit uauc
gleg real on this Company's behalf, were
rapidly achieving for It a splendid eotauntrelill
In the prima of a vigorous manhood he anal Mi
death with a raltn courage srbtun WM assem
tlally characteristic of lilra. The kaawlit
of his magnificent conduct when ths aad waa
sure, of Ids manly fortitude and ssU saertAetar
regard for the welfare of his waaker talloar
v oyagsrs. tent pers our grist aad resMtM Wit
us as a worthy heritage.
So It Is his strength ubli'h supports us In sa
sorrow, and It Is the memory ot hie Ittsnlrlaf
Influence which shell stimulate ue la adeea
elag the work lowhlrh his receal year Were
devoted aad which his uotlmely and waves))
him from corapleilng.
Ever kindly and genlsl, he formed msay warn
friendships, and his death eome i a pareebal
loss not only to bis iisorlata aa thla near),
but to a boil ot men In the large orraaUauatt
of which be was the head.
Therefore be It
Hesolved. That In th death of PrteMtnl Sea
Jsmln Quggsnhslm a heavy loa ha taafaUa
this Compajiy, the member o tblsSoHMMl
all th Company ' ofhctr tad atployM!
Resolved . That with deep appreclatloa tbdr
hercavemeat, we estend ta th members at
bla family our sincere aad heartfelt eeea
Besolved. Tbal this minute he Inaetlbed iitw
the records of this Compsny. aad that suit
ably engrossed ropy he forwarded M tba
family as an eipreetlea of respret and syaa.
, , 1 -9BTfsayw?swaaw
nLAMit E. CAUWBKLL, aO-ld W. SeM (J
1 -SJf ajaBaae