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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
1912 ELECTRICAL. SHOW
TO BE THE BEST EVER
It Will Open in Grand Control
Fnlnco on Wednesday
rJTftfc SAM OX DKCK
Fany of Tfis Departments Will
Kxhiliit Iiiineheon for
T. A. Edison.
Ilii annual plprtrlc.il show which opens
In I lie (trarnl Central Pnlacp on Wednpsrlay,
hn bpcomn tho mpnaiiro of twentieth cen
There will ho displayed n Kreat collection
of really extraordinary achievement, Kor
Instanco, therein the exhibit of the Rnrdener
down on 1-onc Inland who by electrifying
hit Irrlitatloii trencher him cultivated with
a IiIrIi dree of profit n farm In n ncctlon of
land which no other method has shown
ny possibility of rwlalmlni:.
Tho I'ulted States Department of the In
terlor's reclamation work in the Southwest,
whero deserts are belmt converted Into
fruitful farmlands. Is illust rittvl. The De
pnrtmeut of AKtlculture's experiments
with electricity In horticulture are ulio de
monstrate!, The Census Itureau shows the electrically
operated machines which do the intricate
work of tubulating the statistics of our
9 omiisvi and their various pun-nits.
The War Department's display Includes the
model harbor built by the (JuvVrtiniptit
for the Alaska-Vukon-l'nclflc exhibition
at n cost of 3.V a complete model
showing the perfection of our coast de
fence, The Isthmian Canal Commission shows n
worklnit model of the Oatun dam reitlon of
ttie l'anann Canal. This model, which
how a considerable part of tho entlro
'innl dam, wu built especially to demon
itrnte the operation by electricity of tho
Inrks and spillnny and tin- methods of rais
ing the water level in the locks.
Another display Is one of the locks and
movable dams on the .Mohawk Hlver In
tbls State. Jn this lock nIo electric motors
twins the Bates nnd pump tho water.
In connection with the Government
exhibit, tliero U a wireless station Installed
by the Brooklyn navy yard. An attempt
will b made to send the flrst wlrelos
tin-Mane to Panama from tho electrical show
The exhibit of the bureau of mines will
Include the safety devices employed In the
burenti R rntnpalKii to reduce deaths and
Injuries nmoiiij the mine workers. Th
most Important of these is the pulmotor.
tho scientific mechanical Invention for r
tnrimr life In cases of drownlio; nnd ns-
iinyxuuiou. mere is uui on pmmoior
n New ork and th.it is nr tin- ltnnki-r..1l.r
lnMittlto of Medical Itesenrch. an Hint llin
public has neer seen It.
The department of household Piwlnixrln t,
as it mlk'ht be calhsl, Is sure to hold the
women Wtorsas fusclnateil as tin- won
derful machines for otllce use and for fac-torli-s
will hold their im-n escorts.
The electrical "how hns In the last few
years developed into the nnnual automobile
show as well. Hesldes the nnnual ex
hibit nf cars a ten lap to the tilth' tra-H
has .been built on the top tloor of the show
for demonstration purposes and for use as
a school lor owners who want to learn
how to drive their own vehicles.
The Klectrical Show will open - i H i a
luncheon in honor of Thomas A. lMUnn,
who celebrutes the thirtieth anniversary
of his establishment In this city or the tint
central station In the world for wni-ratltiK
and distributing elect rl ity The show
will be open rrom to A. .M until to V M..
from t)ctober It to October 15. inclusive.
SOCIETY AT LAKEWOOD.
Manr finpat nt Hotels nnd nn Knrly
Srosiin hernia nt llnml.
Lakewood, N. J., Oct. o. With tho
openlnir of tho Laurel House, tho re
sort's pioneer hotel, the fall season was
formally launched hero this week. It Ut
seldom that to many of tho cottagers
have been on hand at this time of iho
year and every Indication points to nn
The Laurel House opened with an un
usually large number of Its patrons
back. Tho hotel la again under the
management of A. J. Murphy.
It Is reported that Mrs. CJeorce Fnles
Haker of Philadelphia has purchased
tho Freeman estate at Forest uvenue
and the Lake Drive. This Is one of
the show places of I.akewnod and has
been occupied by Mrs. Haker for several
Mr npd Mrs. W. YV. Wlllock returned
early In the week and opened their
Forest nvenue house.
Mrs. K. M. Home has opened her
cottace on tho Lnke Drive.
If. M. Forrest arrived Monday at his
cottnKo on Second street. Mr. Forrest
will remain during the fall season,
taklnB part In the nnnual fall Rolf
tournament at the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lynch opened
their place,' Lynx Hall, on Forest ave
nue last Saturday and will remain for
the entire season.
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Llndley arrived at
their winter cottage this week, after
bavins spent tho summer nt Sprint;
Sherwood B. Ferris and Miss Eleanor
Ferris arrived nt their Fifth street cot
tafie for the season In the early part of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Archibald D. Davis re
turned on Saturday to their winter resi
dence on First street, where they will
tpend the entire season.
I' S. P. Randolph of Philadelphia re
turned from XnrniKansett Pier Monday
and opened IiIb Madison uvenue cottage,
whero he will remain for tho season.
HcaldoK the Laurel House the Hartlett
inn, Lexington, Carnsaljo and Madison
have all opened for tho winter. Kcgls.
ration nt nil tho houses has been ex
'e'lent AnionK tho arrivals from New
Lfiurel House Mrs. A, T. Compton,
M L. It. Compton, Mrs. .1. L. Quack
",1 ish. Miss Quackeubiish, Miss Swalne,
.tamos V Sweeney, .lames A. Allen, Mm,
N ''hrlHtluti rteruli, Mrs. Kane, .lohtt F
M run Mrs, N. S, Flack, Mrs. C. W.
Martlett inn -Mr. nnd Mrs. W. n.
.Invee. Mrs. V. H. MrCunly. Mrs. Stuart
M N'.ini.itn, M. It. Cromwell, Mrs, Theo.
! re T Wood, W. It. Hnrmnn. Charlei
l'Ml. i:, c. Hiivenn, Dr. L. S, Booth,
M's It Mcllrlde, Miss H. Hose, Frances
M M itiay, Joseph Dennett, .fames Ken
'"ly, ,1,1m Clarki., C. W. HIM, H. A.
i '1 WMlinin Dykes, Mr. and Mrs. A.
While, H. II. Kchooley.
I.MiiRHm W. P. F. Dooley, F. I).
Pncle. ,. w. Welmer. Mr. nnd Mrs. T.
' Ilnrbuiy. J. J. Durfy, F. o. Connor,
ririillirrs Aiinoillicc CliKnucnient .
Pltlt.Mil-.I.I'llH, Oel .'.. -The two sons nf
tti lain col Marry C. Potter, Henry (1.
Potter, ,lr , and William Woodhurn Potter,
'0-day announcnil their engagements si
multaneously William Woodhurn Poller
Mil weil MUs Orfrudn McCready of New
ork, dauithter or the lain William llhodes
11' ('ready, and hh brother will marry
Miss th Puge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph I'uge, Jr., of O.ikhurst ond a sister
"f Mrs John Kent Willing,
Hoth of the. young men are graduates
nf Princeton. In Ihlis Harry Potter was on
'tie university football team, They are
member of the. Cnlverslty, Merlon, Prince
ton ijacount and other clubs. They live
slth their mother iu thl city.
1 il i 1 m
Ww m pit i w -5 f III
l!n Iiik Slieliliin,
(ilii:t'Nwirii,( onn , Ort - Since the day,
J more than a year airo, when the little raclnir
vncht Sue, ulded by th hand of Mrs.
Mary How laud .sheldon, crossed the line a
winner in the Indian Harbor Yacht Club's
race for lady pilots, th dapper little racer
has brouuht only uood fortune to Its owner,
Frederick Kwiti'-r, hanker and yachtsman,
of New York
The weddlni: of Mrs. Sheldon and Mr.
Hwinit took place nt 4 o'clock In the after
noon at the home of tho bride's father.
icore llowland of Field Point ro.ul. It
i was a quiet wedditiif. yet one of the prettiest
of the season In tircenwich 'I ho house was
I attractively dc orated witlt autumn foliaire
gathered by members ot the family nnd by
, friends or the bride nnd arratmed by t(iem.
I 'the ceremony was performed lu the
living room before a pin-dleii of autumn
leaves. 1 he Itev Hr Cornelius ISrett of
Jersey ( ity, an Intimate Ir.end of the bride,
was the ofllc latins clercyman About
! fifty KUests were present, most of them
belnir members of the immediate families
and classpiateri at Yale of tho bridegroom.
The bride wore a town of champazno
charmeiise with garniture of duchess lace
and a large brown picture hat She woro a
corsage bouquet of orchids ami carried a
prayer book. She was unattended Will-
iam F.wing of St. Louis, a brother of the
I bridegroom, was best man.
I At tile reception, which immediately
followed the ceremony, Mrs. (ieorgc Lauder,
j Jr., a siter of the bride, received with Mr
ltowl.mii. 1 hey were asiisted by Mrs.
' Henry How land of Paris and .Mrs. Lwlng of
i.ouis. muiiicr oi tne nriiiegrooni.
Tho bride Is a sister of Henry llowland
of Paris, Kasp.ir llowland of Niagara Falls
and John How land, who was a member
of the crow of the yacht Kathetuina, which
a short time ago was thought to hao been
lost in a rate to Bermuda
Ilosmx, Oct s. - In the South ( ongregn
tiounl Church at noon to-day .Miss lluth
Hiiiitingtou 11 1 it t . daughter of .Mr. and
Mrs. (leotge Huntington Flint of Hrook
llne. and William Sliepard Seamaus, Jr.
son of Dr. W. S. Seamaus of 51.', Madison
avenue. Xew ork city, were married by
tho Itev. F.dward Cummings, rector of the
church. Miss Clttrn Hutchinson of Phil
adelphia was maid of honor. The brides
maids were Miss Constance Xerruhu and
Miss Marie Lee. Woodbury Seamans of
Xew York was best man The ushers were
Italph Deblois Flint, Harvard, '07. John
Anderson Sweelser of ltrookline, Law
rence McKcnver Miller of Tuxedo Park,
DeCoursey Fnles, (illberl F.dward Jones.
Jr., and Francis Nathan Hangs, Jr., all
of Xew ork and graduates of Harvard, Ml.
After the ceremony there was n reception
at the home of the bride's parents on Kil
syth road, ltrookline.
M niifcon Vnnile venter.
Miss Frances Ludlow Vandev enter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jaioli II. Van
devenler of Plainflcld, N J , and Samuel
Lyman Munson, Jr , of Albany were mar
ried yesterday afternoon at the home of
the bride's patents In Woodland avenue,
Plainfleld, by I lie Itev. Dr. J. S. Zells. as
sisted by the Itev Joseph Addison Jones
of Albany. Miss Marguerite Vandeventer
was maid of lienor, and tho bridesmaids
were Miss Anna (iarrigues ntwl MUh Mar
garet Plait Mead of Plalnllcld, Miss liuiss
Allen lleirsou of Albany and Miss Alice
Woodlln of Holland, VI Kdward Xlx
dorff of New York was best man Tho
ushers weie Nell Ford of lioston, Howard
Humphreys of Hrldgcpoi I , Conn., Kdward
.Munson, Dr. L. W hlltinglon Lorham,
lloberl Whnlett mid Noel S Hennetl of
Albany and Jacob L Vandeventer and
Joseph NefT Vandmcnler of Plainfleld.
I)n I In nt -for bra.
PlIII.AIiLU'itU. Oct. :,. John Law Dallam
was mart led to-day lo F.habcth Fitzgerald
Forbes, daughter of the lain Dr. William S.
Forbes, for many yeats n professor at
til" JeMersnn Medl. Ill Collegn. Miss Forbes
is a sister of Commodore William Innes
Forbes of the Schu Iklll n.'n y and ,i niece of
the lato John C Sims, who was secretary
of the Pennsylvania llillrnnh Comiiany
'Iho wedding look place a'l the country seat
nf the btlde's aunt, Mrs, John C Sims, at
Chestnut Hill. The bride was given In
marriage by Murray Forbes of (ireeiisbtirg,
l'a her brother. Tho ceremony was per
formed by thu llev. J. Andrew llarrD,
rector of St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill.
Mr. Dallam Is a graduate of the Fnivei-sity
of Peiiusjlvnnla Law School, cI.im of 19,1.
In tho First Presbyterian Church fn
Orange, X. J,, last evening Miss Jaoitiellne
Snow, daughter of Mrs. Henry llowland
Music Hath Charms, &c.
Snow of Orange, was married to Holiert
Montgomery Ilird of t'out.h liethlehem, P.i.
A refeptlon followed at the home of the
bride's uncle, I)r James Minor Maghee
of West Orange The ceremony was ier
formed by the l!ev l)r Charles Townsend,
pastor of the church
'I he bride was attended by Mrs. Paul'
Jones, Jr., of Philadelphia as nutron of
honor and by her cousin Mifs Adelaide
Holme Jlughee of Jlorristown, Miss ( har
lotte Harvey Kirtl.md nnd Miss tiladys I
M. Smith of Orange ns bridesmaids John
H. Ilonsall of Morristowu was liest man
'I lie ushers were Paul Jones, Jr.. of Phila- i
dellJiia. J I!, fiheeu of Ilethlehetu, Altiert
J. Mayer of Corning, X. . ., and Charles A.
dross of Xew ork cltv.
Ni wp.iuT.lt 1., Oct .1 -F.nslgn Frederick
ltall.ly, V S N., attached to the battleihlp '
Deu. ware, and Mls Alva Leigh Marsh,
daughter of Mr and .Mrs Herbert I. Marsh'
of this city, were married to-night in the
Chantdtig Memortil Church bv th Itev.
William S.ifford Jones, assisted by the How
John ilaltly of the I nltarl'in t hiirch at
Hudson, Mass , father of tho bridegroom
Plans for n Urge naval wedding wero
changed when orders came for the Atlantic
Ileet to leave for New York this afternoon, I
nnd in couseuuence the only naval attendant
was F.n!gn Samuel M Day of th Del.iwure,
who was best man The bride was attendo J
by Mis I.lllhu Wheeler of Mrlstol Ferry.
It I., as maid of honor and by Mlsi Alva
Sennnoviu as (lower girl. A reception nt
the home of the bride's parents followed,
after which Ktislgn anil Mrs ll.ilt7.ly left for '
the Ilerkshlres, where they will remain,
until he returns to his ship at New York i
Miss hdilh llullanl, ilaughter of Louis
Dullard, a broker, of Manhattan, living at t
:n C.oiden nvenife, Flushing, Queens, was '
married yesterday afternoon to C Kustace '
Kneeland of Manhattan. The ceremony '
was performed at St. fleorge's Church!
by the llev. II. I). Waller. After the wed-!
dltig there was a reception at the home of,
the bride's paients. The bridesmaid was I
Miss lluth llullanl, a sister of tho bride.
Fred Kneed was best mun.
Allen Mf Mullen.
St.mhM, Conn., Oct. Miss Hazel
Mc.Mullen, daughter of Mr and .Mrs. Arthur
McMullen of New Canaan, was married
I at the McMullen home this nltetnoon to
Wells l.ispenartl Allen of Mil West IHth
street. Now ork city, by the Hev .1 H.
Hoyl of New Canaan. Misi McMullen woro
white satin. She was attended by Mrs.
Ferdinand lloyt of Flshklll. N. V .as matron
of honor, and by her sistets, Miss Mail.m
and Miss Doris McMullen, as bridesmaids.
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IK. . n 1 Uf, l I UIIV M IK71 I CHI lllrlll.
WIcnfT Ho mini,
I'll H.AnFl.nii a, Oct. .1. Kdgar II. Wlioff
of f cily was married to .Mis, (luce
Fitly Howard of Ocrmantown by the Hev.
Charles Wesley Hums at the Tlrst Methodist
Church here tn-tlny Following a recep
tion nt Iho home ot Hie bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. WIcolT left for a Canadian trip.
"U will live in this city.
COLUMBIA HAS 8,502 STUDENTS.
Complete ItcKtslrnt Ion liny Show
l),(IOO Nelinol of Jniirniillsiii, r,r.
During the flist week of registration for
the academic year inis-l.l Columbia I'ni
versity has exceeded tho enrolment of all
previous years, making a high record of
n.SiiI students, II is prob ihle ihal when the
complete registration figures are ready
I lie total number of students will be well
over ii.ihhi, not including s.ikmi or more who
have registered lu Hie extension teaching
l.very (leparlment shows an Increase ex
cepting the school of engineering, where
there has been a falling oil ot ,itiut thirty
students, However, Ihe addition of the
new schools of oiirnallsm and practical
arts have more than made up jor the loss
in iho applied science fa. iiltv.
In Columbia College --ij undents are
enrolled and there nio f:n slmlenis lu the
law school, an Increase of fifteen over last
year 'I hree hundred and I wo students are
enrolled for medicine, b:ii in engineering,
I'.'j in line arts, I, KM in i lie graduate luculties
and ' iu the school nl joiirtiulism
In Hamuli College there are is students,
and I..VI3 in Teachers College, jrhe school
or pharmacy has registered :im an incre.iso
of no over last yrar
Mr. Mntthewa'a Fnnrrnl To-dny.
The funeral nf .Mrs James Malthews
will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon
at inn Ilorkeloy place, llrnoklyn, her lato
home, The Hev. John, Dai low of the .Mem
orial Presbyterian Church will conduct
MANY TUXEDO VILLAS OPEN.
ItncliiK, lllniiers nnd Week Tntl
Dnnce Mart Scnxin llrllllnntly.
TfXi'Do PnK. X. Y., Oct 1. -The weather
was favorable to-day for the Tuxislo week
end guests. Hating and other pastimes
were arranged and the llrst of a series of
week end dances was given by the Tuxedo
Club. House parties with dinners were
iiNo in vogue.
Mr. and Mr. Charles II. Alex-mder enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Crocker
of California and dpt. Kmcald Smith of
F.ngland. The Misses Alexander have re
turned from California, where they spent
the summer, and are nt the Alexander
Mlla. Mrs. Charh-s Carroll Lee of WwJi
Ingtnn to-day opemsl her villa, recently
vacated by Mr. and .Mrs Montgomery
Hare, who have gone to Lenox Other late
tlla arrivals this week were Mrs John
Murray .Mitchell, Mr Augustus D. .lull
hard, Mrs. John I) Wood. 'Mrs. Charles
W. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 11. Koch
ami Mr and Mrs. J S. lingers,
A number of dinner parties were given
at the club before the dancing. Mr and
Mrs. (i W Forsyth entertained and Mr.
hikI Mrs. Frederick Foster were also busts
and hostesses to n party of eighteen. Din
ners were also given by Mrs Hlchmond
lullot. Mr. and Airs. J. N llorlaud, Mrs.
Jose Aytnnr and others.
.Mr. nnd Mrs t'harles 1! Scott, who were
the guests of F A. Juilhanl at the club
the early pari ot the week, h.ue gone abroad
for the autumn Mr. and Mr Henry W.
Alexander, who have taken the lilgar cot
tage tor tho season, wnl arrive next week.
A number of the colonists attended the
hunt given by the (lieu Arden Hunt Club
of (ioslien a. thester. X V., to-day.
Mr and .Mrs. Daniel T Worden arrived
nt the Tuxedo Club for the autumn miff
.Mr. and Mix. J. N. Dorlatid are at the winter
club. Other arrivals lo-day are William
P.hhiebiTider Stewart. Jr , Miss Margaret
Andrews, Mr and Mrs. W II Crocker, Mr
and Mrs lieore F Hus.ell, Mr and Mrs
i: S LeAhi, Mrs. W. A. Osborne. Miss
Caro Drown, Mr. and Mrs. Hidley NVntt,.,
Mrs. Henry lieadlestone. Mrs. Price Post,
Koderick Terry. Mrs. Jos,'. Avnuir, Mrs.
II doling. Mrs. Henry C. 'linker. .Miss
llutli King, .Miss Frances King, Mr. and
.Mrs. Frederick C. Devale, Frederic J. Dieter,
.Mrs Frcilerio I.. Chapin, Col. and Mrs.
1 homas Denny, Miss Denuv. Miss Kather
ine Miller, A. D Henry. Charh-s Lanier,
Jr., C. 1). Wmslow. Mrs. Daniel Chauneey,
Henry . Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. .Malcolm D.
Whitman and Sir. and .Mrs. Wlllard S.
Ilcnils Queens Co only Ilnr Associa
tion. Former District Attorney deorge A
firegg wis elected president of the yueens
County liar Association at a meeting held
sn-io) iu me conn noue in i.ong island
ity. Maurice L. Strauss was reelected
Ilospltnla In Nerd nf Jrtl.
The National Plant, Flower and Fruil
Dulld makes an appeal for Jelly for hospitals,
district nuises umt missionaries through
Mrs John Wood Stewart, president of the
guild. 7u I Iflli nvenue.
llo nnd rln ers.
Th Hi nicmliiTs nf "Tho l,dy of the
Slipper" company, nccnmiianliil liy Charles
II I illllncJiHiii. Victor Ilrrbert, tho com
pesT, and Mtf Anne Caldwell, J.imrs 0'Da
and IiureiKn McArly, the suthnro of the
musical roniady, left yesterday nftrrnnon In
a special trsln for Philadelphia, where the
show. In which Hlidr. Junta anil MnntKomery
and mono are featured, opens in tha Cheat
nut Street Theatre trmnrrnw nlsht Vlrtor
Herbert will conduct at the opening per
formance Th prnduetlon will come In the
lilob.i Theatre In Nocr mber.
Til" final full dres rehearsal nf "The Rich
Man's Hon" will ho held at the Harris Thea
tre this afternoon. Immediately following
tho rehearsal th company will leave for
Atlantic f'lly to open In Ninon's Apollo The
atre to-morrow night. It will come Into the
Harrla Theatre October 15
With the enrageinent of Alt da Hall ea
lerrtay Wlnthrop Ames h.ia lompleted tha
caat of "The Atfnlra of An.itnl," which will
appear at the Little Theatre, the other
members of the comruny being John Harry
more, Oswald Verke, Margiierlle Clnrk, Dorla
Keane, leubelle lee, Kuilierlnti Ihiimct, Uall
Kano and Albert IChsiIkI,.
The final performance of Cenrge riro.nl
hurt's play, "Hourht and Paid For," at
William A Ilradi'a I'luyhoiide, look pltce
luai night, registering 47(1 repetitions of thn
comedy drama. Silk programme comment,
orating III" event were dutrlbiited through
Ihe audience. All of the members of the
original cunl appeared In tho final produc
tion, After week at the West Knd Theatre
'nought and Paid Tor" will leuve New Tork
MY STOCK OF TEAS
are, Imported from China, 1 unmisa. Ceylon and
Japan, all nf the bent (iii,,ltr I don't sell the
poorer iiualltlea, t nllninn'n Magiirlne an!
I'rlre l.lst mailed nn rcquiM.
U J. CAJ.LANAN, 41 and a Vetfy SU
PROF. LEWIS BOSS DEAD.
llrml of Ilniller Oliarrvulorr mitt
Antlior nf Mtnndnrd Astronnmlcnl
At.nANT, Oct. r.. Prof. Iwls IIoss, di
rector of the Dudley Observatory slnco
IMA, died to-tlny of hardening of thonrtorles.
He was born In Newport, II L, In inn, ittid
was graduated fiom Dartmouth College,
whero he got his llrst tnsto for astronomy
nndor Prof. V. A. Young. After leaving
college he held several Government positions
in Washington, As examiner of surveys
In tho General Land Ofllce he located the
northern boundary of the I'nlted Htates
from l.nke of tho Woods to thn Rocky Moun
tains, Shortly afterward he became tho
head of the Dudley Observatory. From
ISM to Irs", Prof. IIoss was Stato Superin
tendent of Weights and Measures. At
the sumo time ho was editor of tho Albany
Eirrtn. Then ho resumed llin astronom
For several years rwst tho Dudley Ob
servatory has been doing work for tho
Carneglo Institution of Washington, D, C,
and in thin work ho took a party to San
Luis, Argentlno Republic, three, years ago.
Ho wrolu several books on astronomy,
including "Declination of Fixed Stars,"
IHJs; "Catalogue of 8,?4t Stars," Ilp7lg,
IMHi; nnd "Catalogue of l.tiM Standard
Stars," 1010. These aro nil looked upon as
Prof Hoss was n member of several as
tronomical nnd other scientific societies In
F.urope. In ls7t he married Miss Helen
M. Hutchinson or Washington, who, with
ono son, Benjamin Hoss of Albany, nnd
three daughters, Mrs. Philip Fnrnsworth of
Summit, N. J.; Mrs. John Hnlo Mcl'.lroy of
Albany, nnd Mrs. Harold Orccno of Albany,
LYMAN TIFFANY DEAD.
Civil War Vrtrrnn Kmmn In Wash
ington nntl N'ctTport.
NKwroitT, It. I., Oct. C Lyman Tif
fany of Washington died to-day at his
summer home. F'alr Acre, nt Jnmcstown.
He was 75 years old. He was a veteran
of the civil wnr and n member of La
fayette Post. O, A. It., of New York. Un
til two yearn ago he had his summer
home at Newport, but nt that time he
purchased the Jamestown property. Mrs.
Alexander J. Anderson, a daughter, has
her homo here.
Mr. Tiffany was a member of Kane
I-odge of Masons of New York and a
member of the Metropolitan Club of
Washington. Ho hsd spent his winters
In the capital since 1887.
Mr. Tiffany Is survived by his wife, n
son. Capt. Oenrge S. Tiffany, TJ. S. A
and two daughters besldrs Mrs. Ander
son. They are Mrs. Tiffany Whiting
and Mrs. Kemp, the lntter the wife of
Col. Herbert V. Kemp, Iloynl Engineer.
Urltlsh army. v
HENRY E. PICKETT.
He Was the Constructor of the Flrat
Pipe I.lnc for ConrrylnK Oil.
DrxKttm. N Y , Oct 5. Dr D. O
Pickett of Fredonln has received news of
tho death or his nephew, Henry E, Pickett
or Sacrntnento, Cnl. Mr. Pickett was for
merly a resident of Springfield, Pa., and
iu tho '80s was an oil operator nt Tltusvllle.
He laid a pipe lino from the oil wells to Oil
Creek, n distance of eleven miles where
oil could ho shipped by boat. The first
output sent by way nf this line, which was
the f.rst ecr I.J id for such a purpose, was
sent to the Rockefeller company
For eighteen years Mr Pickett was In
terested in gold mines In Cnllrornia. Re
cently he had todo with ullUi-Ing Arkwrlght
Falls In ChnutaiKiua county for generating
electricity for tiso in western New York.
Richard Kennhaw Will.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct 6. tllrhard It. n-
haw .Vein died to-day at the home of hi
daughter. Mrs. Kdward J. Prew In Wayne
He was ts ye.tra old. Kor many ear until
1909 Mr .Vein was .ecretary of the Amer
ican Legation at Lima, Peru. After hi re
call he had lived with his daughter, spend
ing much time al.o t the Philadelphia
Club, of which he waa a member lie fore
entering tho diplomatic .ervice he a an
officer In the Marine Corpj. from which he
resigned with the rank of Major
Capt. William E. Qulnn.
ItOSTON. Oct. C.-Capt. William E Qulnn
of Dorchceter. one of the oldeet coast pilots
of the Atlantic senboard. died at St. .Mar
garet's Hospital, Dorchester, last night aftt
an lllne,5 of two weeks, nged 4 jeara. He
probably had taken more heavv draught
sloamera ou-r Nantucket slin.il, man nn
other pilot of his day. He beiran a seafar
ing llfo when he whs It ear old on a coast
ing seerel chartered by the Government for
transporting munitions of war. After the
cUII wnr he sailed In deep sea xenelH Bn,
In 1ST1-I! he superintended the Lullding of
wharve la Aeplnwall
Peter Kramer, the nldet resident of Tuek
ahoe, W'etcheler county, died nt his home
on Friday night, aged 95 ears. He was
born In Oermai.y Tor fifty jears ho had
lUed In Tuckahoe. He kept a shoo More.
.Mr and Mrs. Kramer celebrated their golden
wedding on AumM I. 1895.
DICK-HACV-UUs Julia a. Dick to Mr. W.
Klngslar.d Mat-. at Mlp. Iiiig Island. Oc
tober 3, isi:.
PUTNAM - AI.llltlDi.T OnThursday.Octnberl,
101'. by the Itev. J. Howard Mellnh. at the
home of the hrldc'i father. John llyron Put
nam and Marguerite, daughter of I'redrrlck
HltAliV Suddenly. October X Flliaheth Hanill
ton, wife of James Cox Hrady
Funeral prlcale. Intermcni at Albany. .V, Y.
FITZfinttAI.I). -On Friday, October t, tot;,
nizaticlli, daughter nf the late Patrick and
Kllca ntrGeraid, and slsier of the Itev. John
C and Dr. (Ieorgc FltiG'crald, at WO Sackett
Funeral nn Monday morning, October 7, at 0.30
A, M Thence to St. Stephen's Homan Catho
lie Church, Hicks and Summit sts., whero
a solemn mats of requiem will be sung for
the repoo of her soul. Please omit flowers.
JOHNSON --On October t. at N, Y. .Nursery and
Child's Hospital. Conktanre lleatrlce. Infant
daughter ot Constance. Wheeler and Iliirgi-s,
Jnhufton, aged 3 weeks.
KRhUma.- On SUtirday, October S, l(i:, after
a lingering Illness, at her mldrnrc. lu West
70th si., New York city. Kllia Mcintosh
Kellogg, beloed wife, of l.uther laflln Kefs
logg and daughter of the late Major-Oen,
John 11. Me-Intotdi, V S. A and Amelia H.
Mcintosh. Nollie ol funeral hereafter.
KNKiltT. - Dr. (ieorce Henry. In the 57th year
of his age. suddenly al Ijikevlllc. Conn.
I'nnerol Monday, October 7. at the houne.st
S P. M.
KNY. LouK T . aged C5 years, liody lying
latC "UlK I'CMRAt, CHl'HCII," 5(1 cii ;3l(
st. (FiuNit CAMrsKU, lluiuuvai.
MAITHKWanntered Into rest, Oeorgeanna
I'letir, beloved wife of James Matthew-b, at
Soulhold, I. I., on Thuisday, Octobers, 1012
'I he Hev. John Harlow of ihe Memorial Pre.
bylerlan Church will conduct the seniors
at 1W HetUcley pi, Urnoldm, on Sunday.
October C. ul : p. M. Interment In fircen
wood at tho cuuu'nlciicu of Ihe family,
SUIIULK. -Orluht r 3, Altiert Schult, aged SJ
years, Cliapc-I blepliua Meirltt llurlal and
Cremation t-onipiny, sth nv. and l.itli st
Monday, lu o'clock.
VOUNC.-At tho Waldorf Astoria, W'edneaday
October Hear Admiral Luclen Yojng. '
Funeral rrlccs nt U. b. Naval Hospital,
litouUlyn, at 3 P. M Sunday, Inlermen'i
Monday, ID A, 11,, at tho National Cemetery,
Uliuglon, Washltiglui, I). C.
FRANK E. CAMPBELL
Utl n. -Jji
Announcement of Public Sales
MadUon Axaae at Fortieth Street, Kerr York
Season of 1912-13
The Library of the lite
A. J. COOKE
f liar City, Mich.
Embracing Americana. First F.dl
tions of English and American An
thors. Books on Ancient and Mod
em Art, Hare Works by Dibdin,
Bret Harte. Longfellow, and Kip-
ting, ana n itunarea iviarK i wjitn
Items, including the Rarities and
f-'irst Editions. To be sold on the
afternoons of Monday and Tues
day. October nth and ISth.
The Library of the late
Francis Andrew March, LL.D.
f t.ofnyette College.
Rare Editions of Important
Books. And Two Other Consign
ments, embracing Rare Americana
and a Collection of Bibliography.
To be sold on the afternoons of
Wednesday and Thursday, October
16th and 17th.
The Collection of Bookplates
T. HENRY FOSTER
f Slonx Fall, . T.
American and Foreign Bookplates.
Comprising the best work of emin
ent modern engravers a'nd designers.
With valuable Books about Book
plates. To be sold Friday after
noon, October 18th.
The Choice Library of
CHARLES C. JOHNSTON
First Editions in Early and Later
English Literature. Rarities in the
Writings of Bacon, Beaumont and
Fletcher. Burns, Byron. Carlyle,
Davenant. Dickens, Goldsmith,
Hamerton, Ireland. Jackson. Keats.
Lamb. Shelley. Swinburne. Thack
eray, and others. Extra illustrat
ed volumes and many Publications
of the Book Clubs. To Be Sold
Monday and Tuesday afternoons
and evenings and Wednesday af
ternoon, October 21st, 22nd, 23rd.
The Collection of Americana
E. A. H0USMAN
Part I, embracing many early and
scarce imprints: State and Local
Histories: Rare Indian Captivities;
Scarce Almanacs and Broadsides:
Many important Autographs, and
Books Relating to the Revolution,
War of 1812. and the Civil War. To
be sold on the afternoons of Thurs
day and Friday, October 24 and 25.
The Library and Autograph
Collection of the late
BENSON J. LOSSING
. Amerleaa Historian.
Part III., many rare Prints of
New York, a large number of
Broadsides, and Autograph ma
terial of great historical interest
and importance. To be sold on
the afternoon and evening pf Mon
day, October 28th.
Part IV of the
ROBERT HOE LIBRARY
Embraces forty-seven Manu
scripts: many bindings by the great
est Masters: books from the Li
braries of Grolier. Maioli.and others:
desirable items of Incunabula; rare
books in early English Literature;
importantAmerlcana, valuable auto
graphs, and Mr. Hoe's remarkable
Library of Bibliography of Lit
erature and the Fine Arts. To be
sold during the twoweeks beginning
Monday afternoon, November llth.
with two sessions each day. ex
cepting Saturdays and Sundays.
Sales already made from this col-
lection aggregate $1,669,115. The
Illustrated catalogue oi fart iv in
two volumes, 51.50. Ihe Cata
logue of "the World's Greatest Pri
vate Library," (four parts of two
volumes each). J5. including the ! lains.atid miscellaneous Art Objects,
printed Priced Lists. To be sold early in 1913.
Among Other Sales in Preparation
The Art Collection of Mrs. L. G. Quinlin of New York.
Fine Rugs from the Collection of W. D. Ellwanger of
The Art Collection of Felix Hinsberg of Passaic.
The Art Collection of Mrs. Margaret Johnson Johns of New
Part II. of the Art Collection of John L. Graves of Boston.
Part II.vof the Housman Collection of Americana.
Fine Books from the Library of the late W. C. Dulles of
Part IV. of the Lossing C5 ;rttJon of Americana.
Other Anna-.'hcements later.
Sales begin at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. Catalogues are
mailed free of charge on application by intending buyers.
All Collections are on free public exhibition previous to sale.
With unequalled facilities for the exhibition and sale of
meritorious Art and Literary Collections, this Company in
vites correspondence with owners and executors. The
Sales Season of 1912-13 is filling up so rapidly that owners
of important collections desiring dales should make early
The Anderson Galleries
ORIGINAL P0RT0LAN CHARTS
of the Fifteenth. Sixteenth, and
.Seventeenth Centuries, formed by
the late Dr. Theodore Jules Ernest
Haniy of I'.iris. member of the In-
, '"" " iinunu mc ciahh
pes . Amoricanistes. The collection
i includes ar Italian Chart of abou:
H.M. V.-illscfha's Chart of 1447,
Dutch Chart of 1500-1526, and
the King Portolan Chart of tho
World-the second known nuj.,
containing America, circa 1501-02.
To be sold Tuesday evening, No
Belonging to the Estate of
But not formine a part of the fam
ous Hoe Library. Novels by lead
ing i-rencn lutnors. uid Hays,
Poetry. Philosophical and Scientific
Works, nnd a collection of Steel
Engravings and other Prints. To
be sold on the afternoons of Mon-
d.iy and Tuesday, November 25th
The Print Collection
of Ihe late
DR. CHARLES ELIOT NORTON
Formerly Professor of the Histo
ry of Art at Harvard. An unus
ually fine collection, containing
many great rarities. Among the
masters represented are Mantegna.
Marc Antonio. Schongauer, Rem
brandt. Drevet. Mas.on, Meron,
Zorn, Cameron, and Turner's " Li
ber Studiorum." To be old on the
evenings of Monday and Tuesday,
November 25th and 26th.
THE AUCUSTIN DALY
Collection of Portraits
Of Eminent Men and Women of
the Stage. This Collection was
made by the late AugustinDaly and
was exhibited for many years in his
New York Theatre. To l? sold by
order of Messrs. Klaw and Erlanger
on Wednesday afternoon. Novem
The Collection of a
Merchant of Old New York
Part I. Rare Books. Illuminated
Manuscripts. Prints, and Auto
grapln. One of the most important
collections that tus come on the
market in many years. To be sold
Monday afternoon and evening and
Tuesday afternoon, December 9th
The Art Collection of
JOHN H. A. LEHNE
Formed during thirty years of
collecting In this country and
Europe, and now removed from
his residence in Baltimore. A
remarkable Collection of Chippen
dale. Sheraton. Heppelwhite. and
Empire Furniture all original
pieces, genuine Chippendale mir
rors; old English China, rare Dres
den. Meissen, Sevres, and Wedg
wood pieces, and fine Sheffield
plate. To be sold early in 1913.
The Art Collection
of the late
COLONEL HENRY T. CHAPMAN
Two hundred and fifty Paintings
by old and modern masters and Two
Hundred Chinese Porcelains, all of
which have been on public exhibi
tion for many vears in the Brook-
lyn Institute of Arts and Science; of
. unicn toionei inapinan wasoncot
the trustees. Also 125 fine bron2es
original drawings by French mas
ters, old English decorative oorce-
l ft' m