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Jlarrincro f -Mrs. V. Wil
oiiirlily Slmi'ii's Dinifrlilcr
i,ini: riirwcu Tin-: scene
Also Tlioso of Yejrelnliles nnd
Fruits, hill Kfrgs Stay
DELIVERY l'ROKLKM KASV
j!ooi'ilion Eollows nt Meadow
l luli Collide Will Live
in New York.
PorJei-liouse Stenk n( 20 feiils,
Kibs nt II! nnd Limb
THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
GILBERT ELIOTT WEDS
MISS FLOURNOY HOPKINS
enrtii otprny, V Y, Oct. to. Miss
Moiirno d.tttn I lopl.l iix, iluiiithtrr by a
farmer tuirrl.mi! of Mm. W. Wllloiiiililiv
c-hnrp. win titan led In liilhcrt Alexander
llcuwol' I "''. son "f Nir Arthur lUlott,
trfmd I.ady Lilott of Slob, Itoxhiuxh
fi, Scotland till- afternoon In the Church
r,fSf smlrcws'oii the Dunes In the presence
p( in' I -! friiin till? section ntiil other
io had "'-' f'"" -'w Xorl' I'V u special
riio trurrtase ceremony wa performed
hv tin' ll"i I'eiry S (ir.itit, lector of the
rh'ir'li of llie Arcnlnti of .Vev York.
The c'ltm ii was decorated with utitiinin
Jiillice nnil cirden tlowors
The ln le entered the church with her
irifll'li'l. V Wlllutlithby Sli.it i, who K.lVe
fer sin" Mole a uowii of sllcr bro-
r 1 1 in !' noli a com t (lain and d rapid
Mih i jriu kin.ierots lure and llnl-ilicd
nun a lierthii of the same luce. Iler veil of
I- ,i eilk'i'il Mlll lai e arid held III place
I . ,i iltmimi'l iiiini. a iitl of the lit Idem onm
,nil l" "I"" note a necklace of pearl wl'lt
tii'tiilNxt f diaiiioiids. The bride carried
I tun-)' . n.-i of while hotivniilia
Mis lieairico Diul. the maid of honor,
note it ' "-i nine of old rose satin vi'iled with
in'i e the bodice and panniers of
eul .""M vit -n bciln: llnMicd with pink
'bne '!' oio a capote of dull pint: lace
rdcmt wi'h niinl! fur and carried a bas'tel
pi golden brown orchids.
I ii" titnle iiern attended her in flower
j'r!" ImioiIiv Newton Sharp wore a
lilllti nviiinc ot corn colored clilfloli and
li.e combined u.ili fur. cold braid and old
rne iriwt She wore a holt lace veil
nil 'itrrtitl cllow rocs.
I i n IMtrneh Sharp wore a Kate Oreen
mnv ininme of while chilTon satin and
l.trnere k men with a deep yellow sash and
k lice ".ip Mater Wlllotmhhy Sharp
jr wlii was the pave wore an I'.tou unit,
llionus ( took of Tuxedo m tho best
Win the ceremony there was .1 reception
11' Hie Meadow ( lull In the receiving llii
a Lnily I tin". Hie hrideurc'in's mother,
vim 1. line from London fur tho weddinc.
M.e wore .1 costume of nrnwn satin with
Lit to coircspond. The bride's mother
wore .1 com nine of otchid olored satin
rmhrnidercd with amethyst colored buttles
tmil 11 ii.it of darker shade topis d w ith lulu
ma me plume..
Alter the rei option a luncheon was served
In the i lull dunlin room. At tho bridal
table weie intimate irirl friends or tho bride
Ira ludiin; tie- Misses KlUahcth Parker. Klla
tut M.iiff.iret lliadlc, Helena I'ish, Luulso
tiat , Vim Hopkins .Munraret Wallio,
Janet low tiMMid, l.'arnl llarrimuii, Lmlly
ini' anil Mildted Pace .lohlisou The l.uno
ornamental mddlni; cako was cut by tho
Wie na itiose Invited to the wptldlnir were
(in iiml Mrs Si'Imiii II- llanry, Mrs. .lames
(. h. I. ,im rein e. Mr and Mrs. ArthiirClutlin,
lis Ma'uaret '1 reMir, Mr and Mrs II.
I'lUi a i is'ilm. the Misses t 'lu-ol III , Miss
Pun Ii.."1imi. Or and Mis bonis l,lv
ii..um se.imiui. Miss ( ora Hunt, Air. and
M - 1 nod.i.ie Livingston, Mr. and Mrs.
1 I ll.iMie. Mr and Mrs Wluslow S.
I'li-r-e bs, Margaret Slileh, .Mr. mid .Mrs.
i-if.i, I-ram klvu. .Mr and Mrs. Metcalfe
Ii" u.is Mr and Mrs (Iconic ('. l'eck. Mr.
mil M- ltenrv ( Trefor. Mr. and Mrn.
1 in saattnrk, Mr and .Mr. t'lemeiit s.
Ilenr Mi and Mrs Sdnoy S. Ilieei-e.
Mr nnd Mrs ' Lorlmer Worden, Mr and
Mr inM.n I'.ilmer Knapp, Mrs. Sidney
P h.T . Miss .hillana Cuttini;, Mr nnd Mrs
1 1 s Mi i' kar Mr and Mrs. Phillips II.
!,..!i,.. M,K llelen Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
l!nii I 1 a'terson .Mrs Andrew L. Morton,
Mr and Mrs Stephen II 1. l'ell Mr. and
M' tot 11 dain3 I ix . Mr and Mrs .1 .1.
Mffis. Mi.s Kissel and Mr. and .Mrs.
John I ( oudin
U'er tl) reieptlnn Mr and Mm. l'.llott
lfi t'.r hr ,r ildliu; tour They will ll)
la New oi on their ictiirn.
He el inn n trot hern.
Th wed', ne of Miss Sahlna W. Struthers
lia ilrl ter oi Mi and Mrs. Kobert Struthers
In Mr tenni-1 JVeKnian, fan of the lat?
Uit'iimi I'ldlne Heeliinaii, w.is celtibrated in
braie i h irc ii vistenliiy afternoon, the Itev.
Ili-nrv l.uiw, ,, i,.ptor of St. Timothy's
Chun h, filtcintiiiK, afsisted by the llev.
I'ha'les 1 mntierv, rector of flrnce (Tiuich
1 he liiui" eine ed the church with her
fahei w'.o ei, lior away. She wore a
enwn nf (nt at m trimmed with point
lire II.., , , ,.f point Wee, worn by
th hr ,iit;r.,ir mother when n bride, fell
er a .,n.in. court train. Sho carried n
I oi .net .' lilies of tuo valley.
Mr Louis .t de Milh.ni was tho matron
of hopni Hei coaf. me was of yellow and
'r in iiarn.i- ise nho WOre a plctura hat
or or. ol sh.i li, and cairleil a bouquet of
( re .nli. id hrvn.inlhcmunis. Miss
M.njiei.i heci. mini, hii-ter (if the bride
c""ini, and the Misses Marsucrlle nnd
Man llosuei and Mary .Mcl'rfery wero
'h hii.eiii.i..s Thev wero dressed lililto
"' ' ' i'neiin trimmed with blown
" ei in, i, ,is ui match. carrylnK yellow
thr . -Miihcmi.uts
t nninrid' I'lekmnn w as hl brother's best
li' n I i.e usliins were J. Walter Wood
b'r thers and liiini.m SlrutherH. brotheis
oi h. I r,.0 jlenrv K. Heekman. Dr .1.
I'irre llo.-in.'., (1,1 ar II. Stcxeiis and Arthur
ttp' ii t ceremony there was a reception
for n ii n' tin, homo of hu btlile's
lairi's ' , West Sixteenth stteet.
I'r . I M'-t lleekniaii left afterward on
tlfir ,.,i.i . ; tour. tIipj- will live at 51
n M,ti)-i i'ii stieet.
. . i ci' f Miss Caryl llensel, dauch
- Mm 1iiiiso Campbell llensel,
i - Wt'io Wlldrlekor New rk
in 'luesday cvunlnc at Cliccn
It. i' - i ie. V V, The brlclo's sltcr,
-' Ii,- H smith, was matron nf honor
1 1 I.' .ii was Charles 1'ish Howell.
- vi'i,- known In inusrral circles,
i " I Hit ( oineliiis, tho composer.
i' i'ii..,iiher, ("apt. Thomas
' s a (ins, cudatit of tho Duke of
'. Ii" . i,t at Wuterloo under Wel-
' i' n is the son of flen. Abram
1 , and crandfon of Isaac
1 "'iiicd in Coiil'K'ss with
i . I Webster.
' 11 I ri Miit at tho weddlnjr
' .nil Mis. Alfied W. Prrxroy,
I1' inm .Mrs. Charlcu Stevens
x i"l Mrs Ldwiu Hons, Mr. and
1 ' lundirwin, Mr. and Mrs.
i I'ntrrson. Mr and Mrs. Chester
t. Mr aid Mrs. W. Otis I'tcden-
Mi.-e Melcs, Miss Molllo lxavllt,
1 l L. r.irltiu'. Miss Ulla Chevn
- Li M. hiadelm.in.Joseiih llein-ol.
w allien Cooke. ( h.irles T, llainey
I i ' I i.i ! of .New i uric.
mi? of Mim Helen Amelia Arms
Heme Motiioiv of lliooklvn was
l ut Hempstead, I,. I , yesterday
1.1 1,,l I .... , Mr. i..,l l.
innnv fr ,ini, ,,,,,,,., frnm )ron,yi
' " "reiiioi.y was in i tie I onio of Hocer
;,. " r - f"l"r"rhe biidc, on Hilton
.,. " 1 rem ,on !nJnwei
f'otlinrr of M Mncoin place, Urooklyn,
Chnrles H, Snedecker, pa.tofor
t "wires'. Kplscopal Church, officiated.
'o maid of honor wtw.Awy Caroline
Copyrlcht, 1912. by McClurn New.piper
Arm, a idtcr of the bride. Kllzabeth Homer
vllle was the brlilcrmald. I'ranU 0. Smith
of UrooLlyn was best man.
The wedillnit of Miss llowcim Stewart,
dauithlerof Mr and Mis. hnrlen A Stewart
of s.in l'ranclsco. L'al , to Walter Itanium, ix
sou of .Mr. and Mrs VVllllam M. Itanium of
Miimaroiieck nnd this cltv, took place nt
noon yestctday In the Uriel; l'resbytorlan
t'hurch, tho llov. Ir Walter I), lliichanan,
pastor of tho church, oniciatlnir. Only
relatives witnessed the ceremony. There
were no bridal attendants..
After the ceremony thero was a smnll
reception, Mr. and Mrj. Itanium left after
waul for a trip north.
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
Turliey TrottltiK unit CaUe WhILIdk
i:nlertalll lloinesteiiil (iaritii,
Hot Spnt.vns, Vn., Oct. 10 Turkey trot
tint; and cake walkim; in the ballroom of
the Homestead last niitlit wero witnessed
by n bitr audience of hocicly pcoile, Tim
fiiney dancinc was done by the neitro
waiters and chambermaids about the hotel,
who were divided into contltiKents repre
senting this resort and Atlantic City.
The local team won the cake. After
it had been awarded the audience passed
out to the Japanese room, where u number
or the Kuesls of the hotel danced the trot
whlle.the others drank.
Some of those watching were Mr and
Mrn. Morris Carnegie, Mrs. 1'rederiok Kdey,
Miss May Tlofree, Dr. Alexander Middle.
Miss t'hristlno lliddle. .Mrs .Jolah C. Thaw,
Mr and Mrs. K. 11. Kltler. Mr. and -Mrs.
Kdward Cro.ler, Mrs. lleslnnUI DeKoven,
Mrs. William Manlee, Miss Frances llurr,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Waller, Miss Kath
criuu I'ay, Miss M T Lmmet, Miss Helen
V. .liids-oii, Miss Marjorle llrownlinr, Mis
1'ratices T. Ilreee, 1'risl lniniin, Mr. nnd
Mr. Jtceves Schley, llrin'lon lluckwalter,
Mr and Mrs I. W. Noel, Mr. and Mr.
Clifford Muck and Col. and Mr. Willis
Col. riobeit.M. Thompson, who left forNew
York this morninc, made a visit yesterday
with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wallnr to ti. .
Massing place at Oak (iroie, and to-day
Mr Massie cae a puier chase there tor
visitors at the Homestead Hotel, to whom
ho extended an limitation to come utfaiu
Alter tho clinso luticlieon was serveu to
a (oiiipany which ineluded Col mid Mrs.
Tlieodotn Marceau, Mr. and Mrs. L. A
Albee.Mifs Ktliel Alb.-e, William L. Mitchell
Miss .Nellie Mitchell, Miss l.uciuda Huleson,
Mr and Mts. lleth I.Ttoii, K. II. HIkkIiis,
Miss. Jiiitherlne l'ot New bold of New ork.
Mrs. K H. Williams. .Miss William. Miss
I'raiKe.s W'llllajns of Jlrooklyn and Mt.
Atthur G. l'eck of Woodineie. L. I.
nionc tho arrivals nto Mrs. William
M.ince. Mil's Katherlno I' N'cwbold. W. L.
Willinutoii, Joi-eph (i. Hoaslaiid, Mrs. l
II. liurpeii, llenjamln llartlson .Mchee,
Tliomas II. Stiles. .Mr. and Mrs. Kmreno
Dohertv. W. S I'rentlo, Miss Kleiinor
I'rcntiio. Oscar Slcsfol. Mr. and Mrs. Will
lam 1!. Simons and Mrs, Joseph Watt of
GUESTS AT BRETT0N WOODS.
Winston Clinrchlll Iteturm to llf
sort for m l'eit liny.
BnKTTON Woods. .V IL.Oot. 10. Winston
Churchill retunicd to Uretton Woods from
Wnodsvillo to-day and will mak Ills head
tiiiarters ot tho Mount Washington for a
Mr. and Mrs. neorge Armour. Miss Ar
mour and Miss Hellas took the motor trip
to tho Flume and l'raticonla Notch to-day.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Morrey. with the
Masters Morroy, motored from Heiuls for
luncheon at the .Mount Washinston to-day
Mrs. W. T. V. i'hllllpa and MIhk (iertrude
I'lillllps, with their lioiiso suests, W. H.
Weldon nnd J. II. Douglas of Montreal,
motored Irom Colebroolc to-day to spend
the night at the Mount Washington, where
they are guests at u supper In the cave grill
this evening. , .
Mr innl Mrs, N. Conylngham arrived
to-dav trom W llkesbarro for their autumn
xlsit to the Mount Wai-hlngton, where they
Joined Mr. nnd Mrs. lieorge F. Duncan of
the Hotel l'liiza.
I'.x-tlov. Chester II. Jordan and Mrt.
Jordan of Lancaster oanii) to the Mount
Washington this morning to meet I'residens
nnd Mr Taft, remaining hero for luncheon
ns guests of Mr. und Mrs, WHIIiiiu 11, S.
'VJr.'ntid Mrs, James W, Me.Latw and Mr.
nnd Mrs. S Defburlock nro New York ar
rivals at llrotton W oods to-day.
Mine, Oslioriir-lliinnah on Aland.
,1a uu Osbonm-llaiiiiah, the rand opera
sinner, tcMillvd in tho City Court yesterday
In a suit nk'ninst tho Metropolitan Opera
Compiiny to recoer Saoons the value of a
IriinUfiil of costumes which sho alleged
she left nt the opera house in April, into,
to lie sent lo her ill I hlcuito. Mie never
gul the trunk. The deleine was a contract
witli all sliiiters under which the- Metro
politan is released from liability for their
liuKKuito. 'I ho plaintiff answered that tho
contract was In (iurinan and as she had
been studying Herman only six mouths
sho didn't iiuiliTstiiinl.wli.UMie wasuluuiiii.,
'1 lie case was not llniHlieii,
1'lny and Pluyera.
Adnlpli PJiIIIpp'b now Cermmi-Amerlon
Tlifatm In East Klfty-.ovontli .treat will be
opened on Monday, November 4. .Mr l'hlllpp
will he.nl lila oun company In a threo act
musical force routed y orlslnnlly culled "lino
Pnrlls do CartM." by Paul Hcrve, muilo by
Jean Hrlnuet, author anil cfcmpone r of "Alma,
Where Uo You hlvel" Tho American ver
iilnn l by .Mr, l'hlllpp, who will call It
William Bellery, Jllanche Went anil Anna
WllkK havo beta entaged by John Cort for
principal part. In 1'lxlsy ft burterV. new
operetta, "The l)py." in which Violet
.teaton, the llnsllnh prima rionn.i, will liav.
tho Hilo role. Mr Cort ha nlo enifoifed
PrnnUlyn I'nilorwood for "llonmmeil," new
pla by Theodore llurt fiayre ami Cleveland
Hoilfter', In which Hop. I.alliam will hate
the lenillnir rolu. The play will bo produced
A theatre party of 1,346 people liaa been
arranged at tli. Knlrlierliocker Theatro for
Thurmlay BVenhiB, October 17, when tho
member, of the National Machln. Tool
Jlutltler. Aaanclallnu will wltnee. the muni-
cal lome.ly "Oh1 Oh' Delphlni' " a. Buemi
nf the "Atnerlruni MaclilnUt," The ai.ocla
Hon hold. It. convention in New l'ork next
week. To b 'euro every one In tho parly
would h.v. a ..at tho tommltti. la ch.rf.
oufbt tft ntlr btiui,
a4, Uv Kmm. u. owtOl ena.
$125,009 TOR ERSKINE HEWITT.
Ill Mother, Wtitnrr of Xrn YorU'ii
.Mnyor, Left (lirr Jt t ,(100,(100.
The will of Mrs. Snrah Amelia Hewitt,
widow of Aliram S. Hewitt, Mayor of New
York, wlio illeil on AtiRUst U lust ut her
country home near Millwood, N. was
udmltttsj tojiroliutp yesterday by Sttrro
Knlo Fredeno Dorks or Passaic County,
N. .1. No estlmuto of the value or the
estnto is Riven, but it is believed to bo
more than l,000,noo. There nro no bo
quests made to charity.
Tho bulk or Mrs. Howitt'u property Is
left to her hIx children, or whom Ersklnu
Hewitt is the largest beneficiary in cash.
Ho is to receive $125,000 with whicta to
build a home in New York and in addition
to one-sixth or tho residue or the estnto
is to come into possession or the larRo
collection or revolutionary Runs ami arms
contained in his mother's house.
Under tho will, which was executed
Muy 17, 1905, the threo sons Krskine,
Peter Cooper and Edward H. Hewitt are
made executors nccordinR to their judR
mellt. They are instructed to expend
llo.OuO in tho nretiarntion nnd publication
of n biography or their rather. Another,
111), (l(i ts to b tiseti in erecting u monu
ment to the memory or Mrs. Hewitt's
father, t Peter CooK.'r, in (Jreenwood
Cemetery. Brooklyn, and J5.000 is assigned
Tor n monument to Mrs. Hewitt in tho
The principal really holdings or the
estute consist or tho large tract lyitiR near
Kinpwood, of which each or tho sons is
to recelvo 5m ncres nnd each daughter
l.ooo. Other valuable parcels are at liar
or New York city projierly, Peter
Cootier Hewitt is to receive the house at
11 Lexington avenue, in which he now
lives. HtidAtnv H. (ireen, a daughter, also
living in New York, gets the old Hewitt
mansion at 13 Icxincton avenue.' Other
citv proKrty, or which the most im
portant parcels are two apartment houses
ut 3.1 West Hixty-rourth street and 201
West 117th street, in to Iw divided equally
between the two daughters Sarah and
More than twenty-five persons are
betietlciariew tinder tho will, many of them
old servants to whom uro left sums rang
ing rrom Jl.ooo to $5,000.
Among the relatives of Mrs. Hewitt
who receive substantial legacies nro
Carrie (1. Hewitt of Monlclair, N. J .
Charles E, Stiles. Ramuel Lyttell, Charles
Correy, and her nieces, Amelia and Louise
Mumiier, all of whom reside in Hewitt,
OLD BRUCE LIBRARY TO GO.
(autller Parrhaaen It to Protect 4Sd
One of the old Eortv-eecond street
landmarks, tho llruco Library tit 220
west forty-second street, on ine soum
side just west of where the Candler Build
ing is being erected, west of Seventh
uvenuo, will glvo place soon to a, Ilvo
story building to bo used for trade.
Only a year ago this little old threo
storv building und the old church which
adjoined it gave to that oart or Kortv
second street n touch of tho old dayu
beroro the street became one or theatres
and restaurants. The church gavo way
to tho big business building now being
erected and now the library will go to
provide sfiace for u guardian of the light
and air of the lamer building.
Ibis property lias ucen ptircnaseu ny
Asa O. Candler of Atlanta, da., from tho
trustees of tho New York Free Library,
Candler purchased It bo that no other
builder should get It as part or the site
for a high building which would cut off
Ills own itgtit unci air. i no ioc is-'sxhs.-i
feet. Throueli nurchasotho owners of the
now building have acquired all thn prop,
erty necessary to protect their property.
TO MAKE DAILY COACH RUNS.
U, I.oal. DoU.ernln nnd W. fJondliy
I.oere ltevlve 4lie Nport.
A revival 'of coaching Is to bo Initiated
to-morrow by (1. I.ouU llolssovuln with tho
assistuueo of William (loadby Loow, In
tho coach Pioneer of the New York Coachltm
Club Mr. llolssovuln will start from the
Hotel Ynndorbltt, nt Thirty-fourth streot
and larl: uvenuo, at 0..n o'clock and mnko
u run to tho ripluK Hock Club at Locust
The coach, with Mr Ilolssovaln or Mr.
I.oew handling the ribbons, will innko the
trip every moniins to October in, IcuvIiik
the hotel at U.30, reaching tho Piping Hock
CJub at 12:49, leaving there on the return
trip at 4 1". M. and arriving at the Vnndor
bllt llotol nt 715 o'clock. Tho run will be
by way of I'lushlng, with stops at Flushing
Hay llotol and the lied Mon Inn, also ut
Hull's Head for a change of horses.
Mingle furo one wny will bo 13, round
trln. til box seat, !; wholo coach, JtW.
Seutd may ba obtained at the Yauderbllt
Hotel and the Piping Itoclt Club,
Note nf llie Social World,
Mlaa Catherine N. Cameron, a daughter ot
tho late fdr Hoderlclt Cameron, who will be
married to Judah II, Pear, at her home In
Staten liland on October 54, will havo but
one bridal attendant, her youne niece, Ml
Mary Cameron. Zona. .Scan, Jr., will acl a.
til. brother' be.t man. The llev. Dr.
Lelftiton Parka and the llov. Dr. E. A, DaJd
will be the ornclatlnv ciereymen.
There will bo nlven to.nluht at the Hal-
turol (lolf Club ft fancy iirei Clirlitoplter
Columbii hall, In advance of which illnnera
will be given by Mr anil .Mr.. John A. Hlew
art. Jr, Mr. and Mr. Henry A. llarclay,
l.outa Killer, Mr and Mre. Arthur Terry,
Mr. and Mr, (ieorio T. l.ane and other..
Mr and Mr. Theodoto W. Cramp of Phil
adelphia, who have recently returned from
Kurope, ara at tho HI, IKkI.
Crawford Hurton, who will marry Ml.
Harriet ftullock on October 15, will ivn hi.
farewell bachelor dinner to-night at Hherry'..
Edward I'. Alker, who will marry Ml.
Ernestine Slerck on October 24, will give hi
far.w.ll b.cU.Ur dlnoir lo-nlilit at Oil.
Bull Moose "Movies.
BUT PLEASE BE PATIENT
Dealers Say Shortase Ts Only
Temporary and Six Weeks
Will Cure Tt.
NOW (vjOO.OOO TONS SHOUT
Hipli Priees Partly Owhicr to
Jiiiyors Who Want Full
Hecords showing the shipments or an
thracite Trom loos to 1012, which were
made public yesterday, show that up to
tho end or September there was a short
ugo or 0,5(1,100 tons as compared with the
first nine months of this year. The re
turns forSeptember, inis.hhow total ship
ments or 5.STIMW1 tons, uu increase over
last year or 145,501 tons, or 2.05 per cent
October and November nre expected to
show n more marked increase in the ship
ments over last year, and the coal compa
nies and the lurgest dealers look on thisns
an encouraging signjthal tho shortage will
bo much reduced by the end or Novemtier.
In the months of April and Muy or this
year, when thero was partial suspension
or work at the mines, the total shipments
for April amounted to 208,025 tons, and the
total shipments for May to 1,429 357 tons.
In April und May or lull, when there was
no suspension, the total shipments for
April and May were 5,M)I,W15 und 0,317,352
tons respectively. Them was a decrease
in the tonnage shipment in June of this
year owing to the delay on the part or the
miners in returning to work, but sh'p
ments in July, August und September
were largely increased.
These increases, a representative or one
or tho largest coal firms said yesterday,
were in spite of the willingness of the mill
ers to (nil! work on unv pretext. A liicuio
or a political meeting made theexcuso for
the minors to take it day otT.
"A c.tse in point," he Mild, "is n, strike
of the anthracite miners of the l-higli
Coal and Navigation Company ut Tutnu
(iia in the Panther Creek mining region,
which ended on Monday after lasting two
weeks. If there hud been no strike 10,000
tonsof coal u (lav would have been mined.
This is small compared with tho entire
output, but it hIiows what the operators
nro up usainst. The strike was declared
because the company rerused to disrhurge
two non-union miners, This was con-
tniry ultogether to the provisions of tho
open shop ngreement Finally a num
ber of merchants not together, raised a
fund and paid the two men to leavo tho
fla.ee, and tho strikers returned to work.
Mlevo that eventually, if thin kind of
union tvranny is not stopped, tho oor
ators will have to start a fight against
the union itself.'
He said that the diversion or great
quantities of anthraoitn to tho North
west to meet tho demand of great
lakes steamship companies had helped
to boost prices. Dealers with Impatient
customers were bidding for coal held by
independent operators, (laying a premium
of $1 to $1.50 u ton. Tho result was that
dealers in The Hronx nnd jiurts of Queens
had raised prices 20 cents u ton this week,
und part or this increase was owing to tho
impatience ot customers,
Deputy Commissioner Yought of tho
Coal Merchants Association said that
dealers wero getting consumers who
wanted ten or twenty tons ot nntnracttn
to take two or threo tons ror tho present
and more when they needed it. A rep
resentative or one or tho coal companies
said that Now York would have nothing
to complain or when cold weather sots In,
CUT PRICES FOR CHOICE CUTS.
Wa.hliiKton Market Centennial to
Have Novel Feature To-day.
The merchants of Washington Market,
who aru celebrating tho market's one
hundruth anniversary, are to make price
cutting the foaturo of celebration to-day.
They nre expectlnir big crowds of ihoiise
wives to take advantage of tho low prices
which they say will prevail. ,
The feature of the celebration yesterday
was souvenirs, the proprietor of each stall
giving uwny something in that line.
An cftort was madu to get both President
Taft nnd (low Wilson to be present at the
celebration. Philip Welti, a member of tho
committee in charge, bns received a letter
from the President expressing regret Unit
he would be unable to attend either the
celebration at tho market or the dinner of
the WushliiRton Market Merchants Assn.
elation, (lov Wilson, Mr, Held said, has
promised to iniiko a short address at tho
market to-morrow night if his other engage
ments do not prevent.
iir ii. ii. lloiick of the Department of
Animal Industry at Washington mudo u
tour of tho market, yesterday and con
gratulated tho merchants on tho Improve
ments thiit liavu been niadu and on the
DelcKnte to Prison Conference.
AI.hant. N. Y., Oot. 10. (lov. Dlx has
appointed In represent New York at tho
annuul meeting of the American Prison
Association In Baltimore, Noveinbur 0 lo 14.
Joseph V. Scott of Kltnlra. Henry Solomon
and 'Henry MfMH" or New York. P. .1.
Mi Donnell of hlmlra. John H. Kennedy of
Osslnlng, Harry M. Kuiser of Daiineiiiorii,
William J. Homer of ConiHtoek, John II,
Mealey of Valatle, Churles II North, M. 1),,
of imnnemorn, .oi. i,. i iruer, .ir iiir,
Katherino II. Davis .of llcdiord. Alice L.
Curllti of Albion, Nettle M. Leonard of
Auburn, Franklin, II. llriKKs of Vorktown
Heights, John 1). Ilussell, M, I) , of l lshklll-nn-HuiUoii,
William Townsenil of nica,
II. Mills of New York and (ieorge I' . Hen
hun Irom Auburn.
Aetrea Loses Null Over ".Madame X."
Supreme Court Justice Pago dismissed
ycstuiduy a suit for 7,ooo brought by
Laura Burt Stanford, nil netiess, against
the Castle Sniiaro (Inera Coiiiiiunv to re
cover 17,000 on thn around that sho had not
been permitted tn ptav tno leaaing roio in
"Maritime X." The court found that under
the contract Miss Burt could Imi dismissed
at any umiounni rtnaarwu ii utr aouui
Waa set aaUalafiWnr, I
MAJOR ROBERT PEABODY BARRY
New Yorker and Virginian Wit
Served Tlii'oimli Clll War.
Major Hobert i'cabody Harry died on
Wednesday at his home. Clifton Farm,
Warrenton, K.iuiitler county, Virginia,
at the ago of "3.
.Major Hairy was born In New York
March 10, 18.10. the son of Samuel F.
Harry, formeily of Hostoti, and Martha
L. l'eabodv of .Salem, Mum. Hb was
graduated from Columbia I'nlverslty and
enlisted In the Seventh Keglment In. 1861.
He was appointed a Captain In the Hlx
teenth United States Infantry nd with
that regiment served through the war.
He was wounded at the battle of Mur
freeaboro and taken prisoner. Later he
was paioled and exchanged. He returned
to his regiment and took part In Sher
man's march upon Atlanta. He was bre
vetted Major for gallantry In action.
At the dose of the war Major Harry
resigned from the army and went Into
business at Wilmington, N. C. later mov
ing to Norfolk, Vn. He retired from busi
ness In 1882 iiml slnco that time had lived
Major Hurry married In 1865 Julia K.
Nellson of New York. Mrs. Harry died In
November, 1!10, five suns nnd daugh
ters survive, Herbert Harry and Hobert
1. Itarrv of New York, the llev. John
Nellson Harry of Haker City, Ore.; Mrs.
.Margaret Kt-lth of Warrenton and Mrs.
Julia Horner of New Huven.
Major Harry was a member of the Army
and Navy rlutis of Now York and YVanh
Ington and of the Seventh Iteglment War
LAWRENCE EFFINGHAM EMBREE
I,awer and 1'luli Member Dies Af
ter It el urn From Kurope.
Lawrence KtlliiKhnm Kmbree of the taw
tlrin of l'luck, Kmhree & Cobb died at
midnight Wednesday at his home, Jamaica
and Queens avenues, Flushing.
Mr. nmbree recently returned from a
thtee months stay In Kurope, against the
ad lire of his physicians, because of legal
work dctuandlnk' his attention He was
In his ottlce at 31 Nassau street Wednes
day Mr. Rmhree was born In New York in
1S5S lie was u member of th" Har As
sociation nnd of the New York Yarht, the
Oakland (lolf, the t'nlon League and the
Lawem clubs, and the St. Nicholas So
ciety. BARTON B. HIGGINS.
I'oiiudrr of llie Firm of HlHUlna at
Seller la Head.
Ilarton It HlxKins, founder of the firm of
llbcxlns A Seller, died yesterday afternoon
at the home of his son, Arthur 3. HlKgins,
North Iiroudway, Yonkors. Mr. Hlijgins
was 85 years old and was born ut Terry,
N. Y, Most ot Ids early life wa. .pent in
Dixon, 111., where he was at one tlmo en
vaged In the drug business.
Twenty-seven years oao he returned to
this State and two years later in conneotlon
with hi. son established a glass and china
ware business with the late Col, C'liarle. J.
amael Mlnol Jane,
amuol Mlnot Jone died at hla horn, on
Milter road, .Morrtstown, N, J yealerday
morning. Mr. Jone wa born In Mau.chu
eett In 1136. When a young man h. en
caged In tho lumber builncm In Chicago and
waa active In th trado thero until about
even year ago, when ho retired. During
the civil war ho aervefl with tho Fifty-ninth
Illlnol and waa on the .tarfe of Oen. Jolluo
While and Sidney rot. After retiring from
buelnea ha went to Waahlngton and then to
Amher.t, Ma, but five year age want to
Morrltown tn live. If had a aumm.r homo
at Eait Hampton, I I. Ifa waa a member
of the Union and Waahlngton Park club
of ChlcaKO, of the Union and New York club
of New York, of th Morrlitown Club, ot tho
Morris County (loir club and of tho Morris
town Field Club. He la aurvlv.d by on.
on, Mlnot Jone.
Ex-Judgo Chaunceyl'erry, a veteran Urook
lyn lawyer, whoco Arm O, ok T, I'erry wa.
formed tn 1 8 ST. died yeaterday at nt. noma,
tot (Sterling place, In hla elghty-alxth year.
He waa admitted to tho bar at Woroeatar,
Ma.., In 1 8 ii, and In the following year to
tho New York oar, II waa aotlvoly Identl
lied with tho consolidation of Williamsburg
and dreenpolat with Urooklyn and wa on.
ot tho organizer of the Greenpolnt Saving
Hank and tho Mechanlca and Traders Dank
of Brooklyn. Hu wa a member of the
Urooklyn Hoard of Education from 1151 to
1SC3 and waa sots pollc Juitlcs of tho city
from HC1 to ISt. Two on. Albert I. and
l.dwarrt M I'erry, both lawyer, and a
daughter, Elizabeth U I'erry, survive hint.
Edward Ilaatlng. Morn,
Kdward llajllng Moran died yeiterday tn
tho Bummer homo of Surrogate Dunlel
Noble of Queen county, at Ilrentwnod,
I.. 1. Mr Moran hud been aealstant chief
clerk In the Hurrosule'n office. Prior to
that ho wa a clerk In thn County Treaa
urer'a oil Ice. Ha waa born In Long Island
City thirty-six year ugo. Ills home wa at
74 Orand etrcct, Jamaica. Ho I survived
by hla mother, Mrs. Kniina Moran, with
whom ho llxed, and two slater and two
brothers, the wife of Hurrogata .Noble. Mra
John Ituiih ot Jumalea, Dexter Moran of
Ureal Neck and Hurry Moran,
Tunis Johnson, grondaon ot den. Jeremiah
joiinaon. Mayor or iirooKiyn, died on
Wcdnodny at hi home, S3" Mucon .treet,
In hi "evenly, third )ear. He n'a
lineal descendant of Sarah Jan. en do
Itupalye, thn flr.t nhlto child born 111 Now
Amsterdam, and had In hi poaneailon the
historic Jnhnaon tauknrd preeented 'o Mr.
Itapalyo by her husband. Ho had been
engaged mint nf hi life In the whileaalo
leuther tuielne A son and two daughter
Joieph N 1'ew,
rillLAnin.PHIA, Oct, 10. Joseph N
l'ew, 4 yi-ni. old, of Ilryn Mawr, dropped
dead In hla oillcn In the Morrl Hutldlng
thl afternoon Mr. l'ew wa president of
the Bun Company, oil refiners, and w.
formerly prerldont of th. F.optV. Natural
Oaa Company, rittiburi, Hi wa. ftrit to
talrttitM Um jm a MIltMl la
facturlni. Ife was at en. tlmo nre.tdent
ot the Tetn. Tradesmen's National Hank
or I'ltlnburr. and waa president of tho
board of truatee. of Ororo City College.
Mr. I'w hTaurvlvcd by hi wife and five
Renjamln M. Snow,
BOSTON, Oct. 14 Denlamln M Snow, for
year, with the i.oihrop Theatrical Hyndiiate
and stage manager of the llowdoln Square
Theatre, died la.t night, aged 75. He wa
known to hundred of theatrical people a
Undo Den. When a boy he and hi brother
while tumbling on an athletic field wero no.
tlced by George I,. Uoodwln, th clrcu man,
and he engaged tho two a acrobat. Tho
Snow brother .oon made a name for them-
elve. in acrobatic work mora than a half
Klljah Tiarasr. I
Elijah rtaynor died ye.terday In hi home
Hi Union Hall .treet, Jamaica, aged
year. He wa. born tn Hemp.tead and had
lived in Jamaica for forty.four year. For
thirty jear. he had a cigar ..or. adjoining
me Hank nf Long Island, He married twlc.
anu i. survived by hi wife, Martha T, Itay
nor, and letan children.
fieorge IVathlngtoa Durye.
CJtorce u-.,i,i n... . , .
T.".S.y . hi iC , f ,v ,
..! ?,.. ''hl? 1 ""' ."' B
oimiimuurg, in mi nrty.thlrd yer, wa
known a a huniorlit and reader at orlvata
entertainment. He waa born In Urooklyn
nnd wa. active u a Maton. He waa a
on of Peter Durji. and a bachelor.
Jui.n r. Eggu.t.D.
John 15. Kgrte.ton. who wa. .nn.-i..i I
with the brokerage nrm of Prlnr. a whii.i. I
for a great many year, died W'edneeday at I
hi home. 14 Central avenue, Tompklnsvllle,
maien Miana. lie wa T y,ra old. Mr.
Kggleaton leave a wife and Hire children.
an i-narioite i:gglr.ton, Mlta Mariorlo
-...caiuu .uu Leonard Cggleeton.
CHICAnO, Oct, 10 Jule. I.umbard. a fa.
mom .Inter ot the ilvll war. died ta.d.v mt
llTmbarT f,.''." ,''""'","r' ""' M,ry
I.umbard. I.umbard wa. bom In 1120. III. I
ingmg or "The uattle Cry of freedom" at
public gathering in Chicago helped bring
thousand lo enllt In th Union army at th
outbreak of the war.
John K. flaak.y.
John E. Sankey, the eldeit an At Tfa n 1
Hankey, th ronipor of many of Dwlght
IIonini l u i. ... .
(laughter. Ml (trace Sankev. hi.
-.-w.r,, . Aiiea .-"inner, the publl.h.r.
F.lon Ualuiha Drown.
UTICA, N. Y.. Oct. 1. kia. r.,...u.
Hrown. prominent In the Masonic order and
a retired bunlne. man of thla city, la dead
at hi. home hero, .fed II ye ara
New Yorkers Who Are Try I a a; the
Coo airy Hoaaa by Aato.
WaTEWlURT, Conn.. Oct. 10 Neat VneV
automobile arrlvala nt the Hotel Elton:
Mr, and Mr.. T. F. EckeH. Jr i.. ok.i
MoMahone returnlnaT from Ideal to,,.
M,r!!!.,nMMli.,?,d R' .Wl ?"'natU,
Ideal tour (Oldimoblta): Mr. nrt Mr. if
D. Goodale, the Mliaet Ooodala, Eva H.
on Ideal tour (Speedwell): Mr. and Mr. n
F. Dlkeinan on Ideal tour (Packard), h w. 1
mu i. a, lugeraon ti-acKardl. Mr k. k.
Wlll.on, Mis. H. W. Bradley. Ml. Bufflor.u,
hWOJ : SI... Oct iO LToi .eH,'
.t ihJ uJJ a':.?-'.i.l;7"0,S,r
' aawwi nKuini I Will UPW J OTW ,
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Doyl. Mr.. Elliabeth
Scott (Aruerican), Mr. and Mr, Leroy W.
uaiowin, oiia. i.uone Baldwin (Simplex),
Mr. and Mr.. I.. C. Brown, Mr. W. V.
Calleuder (Alco), Mr. and Mra. V, K. Ander
ton, Mlas Smith (Aloo), Mil. Sarah F. Nil.,
.uu. ncuii a. uauay, aiiu ituvn U, Hut,
(Packard), Mrt, Charlaa A. John.on. Mra.
Munger, Mrt. John F. Kalloc. Mra. Ralph
8. Hinlth (Peerleas), Mr. and Mrs. U. B.
Howlund, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Haller
T, A. Stud er (Lor. er). Mr. and Mri o. ft
Automobile arrival, from Naw York at
the Curtis Hotel: Mr. Bnd Mrt. J. 0. Stuart
.iiuiuuovMj), rnmj iiubmii, Atuers u rant
Packard . Jtr. and Mra. JR. Bautn.n, jk.
iowman (PlerOe-ArrawlAMr. nnrl Wr. AT
PiTT.?ivf5 kfaaa frt in v v- w
Mr. iSS Vffn. a unSSrtlMdMra
; ", v. , iDuu .um. ,i, v niuer
Linden it ord) , Joseph K. Duryea, Miss Ella -
S" v V foi, r. ""J' t-1; lncV? -
T. K. Hendloy (Peerless). Mr. and Mrs.
...... .',v.n.,.7u,., w,.,
iieoran Wilson t Packard), it. H, Hogce.
Mrs. Bogus, Mrt. WlnKir (Wlnton).
ltlcb Church Call. Bl.hop Capera'a
Piiii.adbi.phu, Oct. 10, The Yery Iter.
William Theodotut C'apere of Lexington,
Ky..was elected to-day rector of the Prot
estant Kplscoptl Church ot the Holy Apos.
ties, one of the wealUilekt und largest con
uregatlons In tbe diocoaa ot Pann.ylvanla.
I ho new rector, wh o will take cliurge of the
church on Thunksglving Hay, I. tbe sou
oi ine late menopi.upcrs,
la New York To-day,
Klectrlcat Bxhlbltlen, New Orand Central
Col. Robert M, Thnmpaon ho.t at dlnn.r
at New York Athletlo Club to officer ot
Kulghta of Columbus meeting, Carnegl.
Curran Aldermanlo Committee metta, City
Hall, 1 P. M,
Meeting of American Inatltut. ef Elec
trical Hnllnetr.? Engineer. Building, I
Campaign .upper, Women. Political
Union, Hotel Attor, T.JO , M,
Vllhjamur Stefansaoa lecture, at Ex
plorer. Club, 141 Amsterdam avenue.
Century Theatre club meeting, Hotel
Aator, 2 P. M,
The Wall Street edition of T EvuftKO Sen
.nni.lni .11 the Hnanrlal new and Ihe Itoek and
bond quotation to the rlose of the market, The
rluslnx Quotation. Including Ihe "bid and tsked
prices, with additions! new. matter, ar. contained
' 9m, A
Housewives, who visited the consumer.'
market under the Quuceslxini llridge
yesterday wero dolighttxl when they
found thoy' could get the best porter
house steak for 20 cents a pound, prime
ribs of beer Tor 18 cents, French Intnli
chops ror 22 cents and hindquarters or
lamb for II cents. The dealers explained
the cut rules were because they had so
little rent to pay und did not havo to run
"To take care or tho trado I expect
to cot here," said one or them, "un ordi
inary butcher shop1 would need ut least
i ten delivery wagons ut a cost or tl,200
a month. Naturally 1 can alTonl to soli
meut at a much lower price than the
average retailer churges."
Housewives who have a lew extra
dimes and nickels needn't curry their
purchases homo from the Qtieensboro
any more, however. Mrs. Julian 1 lentil's
man in remird to a system of nam deliv
ery was tried yesterday Tor the Hist time.
and it bids fair to bo successful
For (Mtckugcs of fifty pounds or less
a charge or 15 cent is mudo for delivery ')
between Houth Ferry and I2lith street,
with un additional charge of 5 cents for
each extra twcnty-llvo xiundsnii(i another
extra chargo tr 5 cents for all iMckages
delivered between 120th street nnd 200th
Sweet potatoes and whito potatoes
Were selling lor 5 cents a quart, toma-
noes ror 7 cents, lima beans lor a cents
and 10 cents. Large cauliflowers could "'
be had for 15 cents uplcco und tierfectly "
Kood ones Tor 5 and 10 cents. Hod and
Fn PePP""? were in cents a dozen,
Ilwni und Concord grapes cent
a Pnd and Calirornia oranges 25 cents a
mi., iimui n irvmi vn uti u
apparently had no effect on the Oueens
boro (Iniryinen. Large plucurns an
nounced that "strictly fresh eggs" could
be had for 32 cents u dozen and Tresh
eggs lor i cents a nozen. neii me
Uoller was asked what he meant by
".trletlv fresh" he renlied that thev were
for 25 cents a dozen. When the
strictly fresh" he replied that they were
"Western eggs" lata wittitn me lust ron
nlght, and lie indignantly denies! that
he had a cold storagu egg in his shop.
"Fancy eggs" were marked 47 cent.
DAnNUU STEWAIIT. On Thu'rsdsy. October
10, 1812. at the Brick Pmbvtcrlnn Church, New
York, by the Kev. Dr. Buchanan, ItnuciiH,
daughter ot 11 r. and Mr. Chnrles A. Htcwarl
of Man Francisco, to Walter Ilarnum,
UEEKUAN-STnUTHERS.-On October 10, at
Ur.re Church, by the Itev. Dr. Lubcck, a
titled by the Rev. Dr. Slattcry, Sablna Wood
Slmther. daughter ot Hobert Struthers, to
Dr. Fenwlck Bcekman.
SPENCr.n-TUTTI.E.'-At Naugatuck. Conn., on
October 10. 1912. by the Itev. Charles U Pardee.
October 10, 1912, by the Itev. Charles U Pardee,
Charles Kldrldge Spencer, Jr.. and Olive
Marlon Tuttle, daughter of Mr. and Ur.
Adelbcrl C. Tuttle.
ADHOTT. On Tuesday. October 8, Oraco Yaa
Duien, wife ot Lewis U'Abbott, tn tho eitl
ear of her age.
Funeral tervlrea at her late residence, Ita Weit
73d at., N. Y. City. Friday, October 11, at II '
l)URVS.-On October 10. tot!, at 804 Prrldent
trrrt, Urooklyn, Anna, beloved wife ot
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CAMPBELL. On October 0. lot?, Franklin Camp
bell, In the 87th year ot hi age.
Service, at bl late residence, 700 Coluraboi
av.. on October 11, at 1 o'clock P. U.
CLBLANTJ. Thunday.OctoberlO.suddenly.nilia- '
both Shcpard Cleland. wife ot Frank Uenedict
oneral .ervlce al her late re.ldeooe, Scotland
road, Elliabeth. N. J., on Saturday, October
11, at UJOA. U. Train leave. Pennsylvania
matlon. New York, 10.12 A, U.i Jersey Qty.
I CORCORAN. Joseph R. Corcoran, aged 40.
Sarvlce. TBamiaaaLCucBCB, 241 West 33d. q
(FBaN(CaiirB(LLBcnjtNa). Remain lying ;,ri
Memorial Chapel, above address.
RgCletton, in the OTtn year oi ni. age.
Berrlces at hi. late residence, M Central a
TompUnavllle, New York, on Friday, Oeto
ber 11. al 4 o'clock P. M.
B""RRB'-L-Br Efttngham. .on ot the Ut,
Robert Cornell and Phoebe S.. suddenly, al
his home. Fluahlng, L. L, on October it, 181:.
Sendee at bl late residence, Jamaica and
Queeoa avenue., Flushing, Saturday, October
U, upon arrival of train leaWng Pennsylvania
HUUon at 1 17 P.M. for Main street, Flushing.
HARRIS, October 10. suddenly, at fireat Har
rington. Ma... Mra, Julia N. Harris, faith
ful friend and nurse to tbe family ot William
Stanloy, Notice ot the funoral later,
HIOOINS. On Thursday, October 10, mil, at ID.
residence of bis son, Arthur H. Hlgglns, Wl
Nottn Broadway, Yonkers. Har ton It. Hlgglns,
aged U years.
I Vuneral service, will be held athlil.te residence
I Friday .fteinoon at 5 o'clock. Interment at
I jji in
I inur.irtri,nlf ..trnrrUbnrn.M..l..nnT)illFa-
I day. October 10. W1J. Samuel Mlnot Jones.
h" ",e M""- Ml
" 00 October 14. at P. M. In-
I - - -
1 REICHARDT. OnTuesday, October s, low, John
1 Frederick Relchardt. In the 85th year ot
his age. Funeral services on Friday, October
11. 3 P, M at bis late rruaence, .m east
Mth at.. Now York, Relatives and friend,
SANKKY. OnThursday, October 10, at New York,
John IS. Sankcy, In the 4Sib year of his age.
Funeral private. Interment at Orccnwood
Funeral will take place at Knst Greenwich, Rhodo
Island, Monday, October 14. M 11:30 A, M. ,
Train leave lloston 0 A. U eounrctlng Al
Provldenco with 10 30 train for Kast Green
wich, Uurlal private.
IXJKH. On behalf of the Trustees and raculty ot
the Institute of Musical Art I with to express
tbetr profound sorrow on the death of Tit.
Morris Loob, and to extend their heartfelt
sympathy to Mr, James Loeb, the founder
ut this Institute, and to .11 the members nf
Dr. Loeb'a family. Although Dr. Morn
Locb was not officially connected with the In
stitute of Musical Art, he fell a keen Interest
In Its work and had a most active share In Its
tit&bll.hment and development, Ills per
sonal Interest In Its teachers and students did
much to encourage them In their work, and
his death will re fell keenly by all who had
the privilege ot personal acquaintance, with
blm. Tho Institute has lust lu him one of It. 1
best friends, and deeply mourns Ita loss.
Director Institute ot Musical Art.
Mir C ftlMBIFi I
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