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THE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
INTO MUJOK TO-DAY
Twrnfy-firat Birthday Brings
IliinKstnto. Valued at
Tlll'STEK FOB MRS. ASTOR
llni'liiirjrpr Appoints Him to, His
Father's Plnco on '
When Vincent Astor steps Into the
, oftleos of (ho John Jacob Ant or potato
on West Twenty-sixth street thin morn
InR ho will cotno formally Into oscslon
of the millions thut huvo been held In
trust for him since tho death of hla father
on th Titanic. For to-day young Astor
comes of nee, which bring. him Into
possession of a fortuno variously esti
mated from ;7,000,000 to $160,000,000,
.ind the management of alt this money
ill he in Ills hands.
Vincent Astor wan at the offices of tho
rotate early yesterday and lie did not
leave until the afternoon, when he went
yachting with a friend. He is taking his
responsibility seriously and has spent
a great deal of time In the Twenty-sixth
street office, going over the Intricate de
Inil of the task that confronts him.
While ho always gives a ready car to Ills
ndv.Tn, he has made it plain that ho
will have n lot to say about the manage
ment of the estate himself.
On Oetober 1 1 from the offices of Carter,
I.edynrd Mllburn, attorneys for the
executors of tho Astor estate, a messen
ger went to the State Comptroller's office
nt Albany with a check for 13,150,000.
the amount of the transfer tax computed
on the present value of the estate by tho
executors. One estimate, based on this
tat, indicates that ufter ull debts, com
missions of executors and other deduc
tions hava been taken out the net value
of the estate is S77,ooo,ooo. Other esti
mates have gone us high as f 150,000,000,
with the real estuto uppraised at Sloo.ooo.-
'Hie value of tho Drang division of
the Astor realty holdings was recently
set by Joseph 1. Day at ll.&W.OOO. Tho
East Side property was valued at SI, 530.-.
tun and the West Side property, includ
ing the dock property, comes to $2,760,000.
A rough estimate of the value of the
property on Broadway, upper H road
way and upper Fifth avenue und that
adjacent to it. lying in a general way
between Madison and Sixth avenues,
comes to $31,000,000.
Tho appraisal of the paintings, en
gravings, miniature statunry and bronzes
in the Astor home on Fifth avenue und
the Khinebeck estate is $460,000. All
the other personal property in the estate
was set down at $837,965.
When Lewis Casn Ledyard given tip
his guardianship of young Astor, to
which he was appointed last June, this
morning Vincent ABtor will become one
of tho trustees with James Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Douglas Kobinson and Nicholas
Kiddle of the trust fund left by his father's
will to Mrs. Madeleine AstoCfc Vincent re
ceived' a letter yesterday from Sheriff
Harburger which ran:
"I take great pleasure in appointing
you a member of 'the third panel of the
Sheriff's jury in place of your futher,
the late John Jacob Astor, and con
gratulate you on your birthday. "
TO AH) LEAGUE FOR ANIMALS.
Rodman Wnnamnker Provides I.ec
turr on Yellowstone,
At the Wnnamaker auditorium on
Thursday afternoon. November 21, Dr.
Joseph Kutttuth Dixon will give a talk
on "The Wild Life of tho Plains and the
Glories of the Yellowstone" for the bene
fit of the hospital fund of tho New York
Women's Lencuo for Animals. The
lecturo will be Illustrated.
The league, of which Mrs. Jame Speyer
is president. need n little more money
to put up its contemplated hospital for
the free treatment of the breadwinners
of the poor, and to help out In this direc
tion Hodman Wunamaker is giving thn
lecture. All of the lioxes have been sld
and only a few seuts are left in the uudi
Among those who have taken boxes are:
Wr, Ruben Brewster
vlrs. Henry Clews
Mrs f c. Cuyler
llr. Muyvesnnt I'lsh
Vr. Judge Gary
tr. i:dln ('.mil. I
Mrs. J. Julio Henna
Mrs. l 1.. llutton
.Mr, V. l'.vcrlt Mary
Mr. n. a. Mead '
Mr". Charles H. Proctor
Mr. Henry S. Itedmond
Mrs. iirmona smith
Mt. James speyer
r. rreuencK vv.
Mrs. Van Ktten
"OLD SCHOOL 35" BOYS TO DINE
neiiulnn of Thomas Hunter Also
elation on November 23.
Mill Mho attended (Iramrnar Scli'nol No,
Jv West Thirteenth street near Hlxth ave
nue, MHtihatl'in, when Dr. Thomas Hunter
was principal perpetuate the memories of
lhne schoolboy days. IHM-IN70, through
tln Ihomas Hunter Association.
'I his nrirnnir.ntlnii has (KM) members
sttiong them tire Judges Scott, (Ireenbuum
und Fitrgerald mi l Herman Kidder. All
h-ne great affection lor the (Irund Old
Mini ot the iiutilio Kchoul Hvsteni of .Nvw
ork, v. Iio was ,ilr.o principal of tha Normal
( ollvvo fur many years. 'Ihe member
lnii of the nhxocintioii is now open to all
hoys ulm iitleniliil Old M, day or night,
uhilii either 'llionuis Hunter, John M,
lorlirs or I'tiiirleH (lateu wan iirlnnltiaL
I he MUeejitli annual reunion and dinner
of this HKsociDtion will be held at the Hotel
.Mor on Saturday nltrht, November 2.1.
In Thomas Hunter will lie Ihe Kttest of
honor iin usual. Fred It. 1'ortmeyer, sec
reiiiry, reuuols members to bring their
tons tu this reunion and dinner.
NEW HOSPITAL FOR CRIPPLES.
I'lnns Prepared for Flurly KqnlpBed
llulldlna; In Unrlem.
Harlem is to have a new hospital for
tliu treatment of deformities and Join
nieiies. Plans for ths new structure
nlmii will be hi 41 and 4:1 Kast i;.ld street,
hive been prepared by Max Heldelberger
slid will lie exei uted in 11 short time.
I lie tup Hour of lint proposed building
"' ''1111.1111 uu open umphllheutre, sterll
"nut lunm, complete X-ray equipment und
eiigi.ittt.iphie ami meillcui luuoraiones,
lo (kiin will be devnted to Kvmiiasiunis
mdei' rooms, where putieiils will be put
'lirniicli mecliiiiiiciil iiiuvements. will oo-
1 two Hoots. Other rloorB will be for
Hei trie iretnienl 11 lid plaster rooms, In
"ie iiiiKeineiit will be installed a completely
e . 1 ppeii tin 101 y tor limiting shops nnu
11 mi in liittiiimentN.
In .ew VorU To-day,
l'riiilc' Iriilliuip, tneetlng to discuss rlljr
ru iiU, i'ihiiht Union, 8 P. M,
lumen's Tradu Union Irafue, meetlac sad
kiii :se Amsterdam Opera lloune, r. M.
UlllUrni. Alumni Association, aniokrr, Del
Ulunlru, H.so p. M,
Women's loriim, meellnj, Waldart-AMorIa
11 A U.
'stlnnal CnlTee Itnasters Association, meetlnf,
mj'el Astor, 10 A M
t'lfptinne I'loneers of Atnerlea, mevtlnr, Uolel
AUnr in A. M,
aitioiio flub, lecture by Father Vautlian
l.etsl Aid Socletlcf, convention, Chamber of
ommerce, 10 A. U.
American J-and and IrrtiaUon Expoiltlon,
tvtnl.nrl ncitmanl Armory, noon.
Dinner of JMaeston claunutM to Go. Wood'
'ivw uihsa, Uolvtritty Club, 1P.U.
HEW MOVE IN EDDY FIGHT.
Amended Petltlan Attack Christian
Boston, Nov. H.-An amended peti
tion In tho oaso of George W, Glover, ion
of Mrny Baker (Hover Eddy, will be filed
nt Concord, N. II., to-morrow. The
amended petition declares It against
publlo policy to allow the Christian Science
Church to hold the property which It
would receive as tha residuary legatee
of the estate of Mrs. rkldy, head of the
church at the time of her death.
It Is alleged that It has been shown
by repeated fnaotmenU In varlous'StatM
that it la directly against publlo poller
to allow a religious organization to hold
no large a sum as $3,000,000, tho estimated
value of -tho estate. The petition also
alleges that the church is not a church
In the usual sense of the word, but is a
business enterprise organized and con
ducted for pecuniary gain. The plead
ings on this point are very Ions and go
deeply Into the history of the Christian
William E. Chandler and Judge James
W . Itemlck of Concord, former Attorncv
Oeneral Herbert Parker and ex-Oovernor
John D. Iiong prepared the voluminous
pnpors. Senator Chandler will have them
filed to-morrow morning In the Prohato
Court in Concord.
GUSTAV SCHWAB'S FUNERAL.
Deifications From Mercantile
Financial Orarantaatlon Attend.
Funeral service for Oustav Sohwab
were held yesterday In Orace Church, at
Rrosdway and Tenth street, and were at
tended by hosts of Mr. Schwab's friends
and delegations from many prominent
mercantile, financial and professional or
ganisations in the city.
Itnrlal nt Sleepy Hollow Cemetery followed
the services, which were conducted by the
Itev-. Henry E. Mottet of the Holy Commun
ion Church, assisted by the Kev. Charles
I. Ktaltori riw.f..
I race Church, and
the Itev. (leorge II. Ilottome. vicar of Oruce
One of the roura of attendant was
composed of Capt. Harrassotitz of the steam
ship Benin, Capt. itett of the (Irosser Knr-
iiersi. inu i.at)i. wanioi tne naiaer vt iineim
der (Irosse. Many ordinal-)' seamen from
the North Uerman I.lovd Llna vera, In this
ine pallbearers were ii. 11. Houerman,
W illiatn Miegel. Paul Hchmld, K. J. Berwind,
K. II. Out prbrfdir t .InltlM HnAVp Hiinlnl
Schnakeubery, Henry llentz, Oustav II.
itiiHHier, i . a. o. 1 ranunn anu it. ruitoti
Anionie thn nrirnnlTHtlnna which anf
deieunllona were the I'rciduee Kxchange,
tne .iierrnants .National Hunk, ttis Cham
ber of Commerce, the Merchants Associa
tes the United States Trust Comuanv and
the (lerman Society.
MRS. LEWIS WALLER DEAD.
Known on the fttace aa Florence
Went Played Many Farts,
Special Cable Detpatth to Tbi Sox,
London, Nov. 14. Mr. Is-wl Waller,
formerly Florence West, the wife of a well
known actor. Is dead. Mr. Waller Is now.
In New York.
Mrs. Waller was born In ISO?. She was
the Uuuithter of II. Brandon, a I-ondon
lawyer. Mrs. Clement Scott and l.ady
rthiirwere her sisters. Hue was educated
privately and her first stair" appearance
was In amateur theutrlcaw. After a par-
Icularly successful performance at Ken
sington Hall she determined to go on the
rofesslonal stage and wrote to J. I.. Toole.
the comedian, unking his help.
She wrote that she did not expect to play
JiiiW but wanted to enter the profession
hrough the" workman a door. I he letter
had its elTect and she mads her first pro
fessional appearance at Toole's In tss3 In the
part of Marv Helton in "Uncle Dick's Dar
ling." She next went on tour with David
antes, playing .Vary Melnuc iu "Our Roys."
Her first notable success was as I'aulinr
in "Called Hack." tihe played Millie rle Vrrr
Jack In the llox" at the Strand in 1897
and then uppeared in "In Dunirer."
Florence est. us Mrs. Waller was known
at the time, appeared with tawls waller
several plays at thn principal I-ondon
theatres and was his lend In lady when he
took charge of the Haymarket Theatre for
a season. In 1B97 she was cast as MHadi In
a version of "The Three Musketeers."
In 1001 she created a sensation by her
impersonation of Zaia, which she played
almost continuously down to the autumn
of 1005. In that year she produced "The
Admiral's Lady" and ".Mrs. Jack." Bite
went to Algiers to recover from a nervous
breakdown and had announced her re
tlrement from the stage.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL CLARE.
President of BlaT Thread Works I
rrnrk la Dead.
William Campbell Clark, president of the
lark Thread Works In Newark, one of tho
best know men In the thread Industry In
this country, died In his hlme at 1010 llroad
ffc-eet. Xewnrk. last night.
Mr. Clark was born tn paisley, ncotiana
a sou of the late Jamea Clark, lie received
bis early education in Or. Jlryce's private
school In Edinburgh and came to this conn
try when 18 years old after which he took
a two year speclul course in nutters college
He succeeded his uncle, William Clark
on the latter's death bb president of the
thread company. Mr. Clark was 49 yeurs
old. In ism he married Miss F.stelle Kinney
daughter of the late Thomas T. Kinney
publisher of tho Halu Aanmner, who stir
vlves him with two daughters. Mr. Clark
was a director In several financial institu
tlons, u governor of the F.saei Club und
manager of the Hables' Hospital.
HENRY BI0EL0W WILLIAMS.
noalon Vnlldrr of Hotel Who He
gained Fortune la Dead.
Boston-. Nov. it. Henry Blgelow Will
lams, long prominent In lloston business
life, died to-day. aged M.
At SI. Having neen grauuarea irom
Harvard, class of 1805, he entered the rea
uiuin hnulness ' 111 IH74 and 1873 he Der
sonallv uttended to the completion or tno
Itrunswlck Hotel. He then erected the
Kelton Building In Cambridge, one or Hie
Mr. Williams had an active interest In
the building of the Hotel Kensington and
the Hotel Victoria, The Hotel Westminster
was also his work.
Mr. Williams met with reverses, but set
(o work again to retrieve his fortune, with
the result that In the late 00 lie puHl every
dollar of his Indebtedness, with added
Interest on a 8 per cent, basis.
Col. John (lay.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov, it. Col. John
(lav. head of tha United ftlalea Kliherlea
during ths administration of President
Cleveland, a ratlred business man and
civil war veteran, la dead at I'anll, I'a
lis was 73 years old, Col. iluy was burn
In Donna 1. I'a, Kurly In llr lie mm-il
to Pittsburg, Ha was it big factor In Hi
teel business before lli United Nliilrs
Kteel Corporation cume Into being. Ha wu
a personal friend of I'tesldeiit ('leel.nn
Charles William Hyersno.
Charles WJIllani liyeraoii, who was con
nected with tlie advertising departmen
of tho Urooklyn Times, died Wediiesda
In Ills fiftieth yeai, at Ills home, 113 Hum
ner avenue, HrooKlyn, lis was Horn In
itrnoklvn und for lwfnly-fl years wu
iittutbeil to Ilia Kiunilner I'libllshlng Coin
li.iny of Miinliuttun, He Is surUled by one
sister and four brutliera.
Mrs. Hugh Kugera,
Special Cable Pf patch to Twe 8cs-,
KLOltKNCK, Nov, It, Mra Charlotte
Monlegomtry llogtrf, h widow of Hugh
Itogtra ot at. Louis, saa died ol urtmla
at tat paaslsa RlccltU.
U ' I 11 fl til l fl. r.'TJ II! (Crt', IrUU III
. I i : H i - Ml III S1 1 III' I Ml1 1
No; This Is Not Donnybrook Fair, but a Meeting of
FIRST DEBUTANTE RECEPTION.
Mr. Frederick Kdrjr Intro
duce Three filrls.
The Trst of the debutante receptions of
this season was given yesterday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick hdcy r.t their
house, 10 West Fifty-sixth street, when three
Iris were introduced to society. They were
Miss Julia Heyward Kdey, daughter of tho
host and hostess; Miss I'uiititio I.lviugston
Clarkson;' a daughter of Mr. 11ml Mrs.
Robert It Livingston Clirkson of Tlvoll,
N. V., a niece of Mrs. Kdey, und' Miss
Audrey Nellson Osborn, ward of Mr. Kdey
and daughter of the late Mrs. J. Nellson
MIm Kdey and Mis Clarkson wore towns
of white chlfoii. Miss Osborn helms In pale
'ellflW rrAn.. fto rblni.. Ammii tin. de
butantes who assisted tn receiving wero
Miss Fanny Delieoot HiistltiKH, Miss Mar-
ruret uvenon, suss neieno ( nuerwoou,
ills Caroline Weed, Mlssert rude Mall, Miss
lorothi- Howiird. Miss Kill 111 Ixir.m. the
Misses Baldwin. Miss Mercedes d'Acosta
and Miss M.irgnret Trevor.
'Ihe scores of benntiful bouquets re
ceived by the debutantes were placinl about
he uruwing rooms una loyer 01 tne
louse and afterward were taken by
the cominltteo of tho Junior Irntvo to lw
distributed to various hospitals. .After the
reception there was 1111 lurormul dinner und
Mrs. Kdev win give a dinner at tier house
on December 20 lor tony oiing people,
others coming in later for a dance.
MRS. CUYLER'S THEATRE PARTY.
Entertainment for Her Son, .1. Coo
per Lord, Hollowed by Supper.
Mrs. Cornelius C. Curler gave a party
last night at ths KnlckerbockerTheatro for
her son, J. Conner Ixjrd, which was followed
by a supiier at Sherry's, where the members
of the theatre party were taken In electric
omnibuses after seeing "Oh, Oh. Delphlne."
Mrs. Curler and her son received their
t meats for supper at tho entrance of the
ismiuet room. Those present were after
ward seated nt seeral small tables. Ihere
w.is music during siinoer and later tnformul
(lancing. Among thn guests were;
Mrs. Henrys. Itedmond Mr. ami ur. Allea (J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart
Mr. und Mrs. I.. law-
MKs KIsle Mroll
Mint lleatrlce Pratt .
Mlk Harriet Alexander
Mls Aneellca l!run
Malcolm I). Sloann
William llaylls. Jr.
I'ranklln A. I'lummer
llsroia Tappln ,
It. Thornton U'llson
Itnlicrl .SislKwIck, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John A
Mr. and Mrs. Howard 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
I). II. Pratt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T.
Mr. and Mrs. John A.
SOCIETY IN WASHINGTON.
President nnd Mr. Taft Host to
Danarltlrr of Confrdrraer.
WaaUIXdlo.v. Nov. It. -The President
und Mrs. Tuft were hosts this afternoon
to the Foiled Daughters of the Confederacy ,
now holding the r congress In litis city.
They received the guests In the blue room,
Mrs. TaH weurlng a handsome gown of
blnuk erApe lie chine. About I.Ms) guests
President und Mrs. Tuft. will bo, present
nt ilin ,'Bvnlrv drill at l oft MVer to no given
I'lldny nfteniodti, November at iSW
,.,il, l,iw,lll of llin Annv I.eflL'lle.
Mrs. Wlckershain, wife of the Attorney-
tlcneral, entertained 111 nuicm-un io-uuy
u ftit-Muell i.(,iiiiiliinent to Mrs. .lames
llryee, wife of the retiring Ambassador of
(Ireat Britain. .
Decorative Art I.eetnre.
A descriptive lecture given by Miss How
liln of llowdoln .1 Muiiley. Fifth avenue.
yesterday afternoon ut the Harnunl Nihool
uf Household Arts, Seventy-ninth street
und llroadwav. was ullemled by a large
audience of the young lady piipllsuml Ihelr
frleiiils. MIm llnwduin explulued thn
relation between Ihe different Inrms or
11, ,r u,,,l lri.rierieu uml tbe necessity
.,f i.urnuiiii. In tin. inulerlulii and fubrits as
well as In the color scheme. This lecture
wus nils of the series given lor lie pupils
of Ihe school ibrinigliuiil 111" hciioiu leru
by experts In various branches of Inmsu.
hold arts und domestic, t-i lem es.
Note of the' Noelnl World.
Mrs. Henry Meyer .luhnsmi mid Ml
Loulsu Jidiiisun will return nil November
to from Huy Hhore, I. I , to M i;.ist Hlx
il-ih atreet. for lli winter .Mrs. Jolilisuii
will she u luilllleoil for drlilllllltrs ut
Hlierry's on December 3.
Mrs. James Coltiy Colgate will give
receulliiu Ibis ufteriionii ut her lioue, (i
Wist FlflJ -seventh street, to liltloiluce
toclely her il.iugliler, Mls .Margaret vi
Mr. und Mis, Lewis Pluyessnt Cliiiiiler
of Tuxeito will piss the winter ut till West
Mr. and Mrs. Krnrat B. I.nrlllard, who
have been In Hcrnardavllle, N, J fur the
ummtr, will be at U Kaat SUty.aaventh,
mini aariM ut win,
NAB FARP AS VERDICT
FOR $43,000 HITS MM
"Do Liixft" IJookspller Hands
Out S:t.:,(l0 in Four Hills
MAIL FHAUDS CHARGED
Mrs. E tn 111 a Bird Wins Tlig
Daninjros and Whitman Has
Four More Warrants.
James J. Farmer, whovi reputation as
n dealer in rare volumes extends from
this city to the I'acilic const, was arrested
into yesterday afternoon on a
issue.1 by the l ederal authorities charging
liitn with uitig tho mails to defraud pur
chasers of books. He was taken In cus
tody bv I'ost Olllco Inspectors Pollltt.
Swain und IJarber in the ca.-ridor of tho
As Farmer was being arraigned beforo
United Stat t'ommiioner Shields u
jurj- in the United States District Court,
on the floor below, was bringing in a ver
dict of i;,97T.(lfl against him. Ills com
pany,, tho Anglo-American Authors As
sociation of HS Fifth uvenue; Ills son,
Olen Farmer, nnd others in the suit
brought against them by Mrs. F.mmu
Hlrd of Salt IUto City.
Farmer was held In J.1.M0 for examina
tion on Tuesday, November 20. F.n
raged by what ho termiil tho injustico
of his nrrest. Farmer pulled a wad of bills
from 111s side pocKet hihi counting out
thrtst Jl.ixm bills and one of f.Vju slupts-d
tiiein down on Commissioner Shields'
(l(sl Im with mo nil the time," lie hhouted.
Mv enemies liuVr, sivnt IKIU.IXK) to get
me in WTong, but (lot! Is with me und I'll
beat tlieni vet.
In the oflic.) of T strict Attorney Whit-
muu there ure four more warrants uguiiist
runner iu connection with tho sale of
This, however, is not tho Urst time
that tho "do luxe man" has la-en attested
for his book selling activities. On April
27, lull, he was taken in tow by Central
Dflici' detectives at the request of Ihe
PliihiiH-hilihi Dol ce, who wired that an
indictment for grand hint-ny hud been
brought uiininst I1I111 in I'lillndi-lphla.
The coiiinlalnuiit, Alexander Kellnrs of
Phi nde nhia. swore thut l-urmer had nb-
tulnisl ;i,7ou from him through the sale
of hook,s siiiK)H.-d to be run- und charged
for accordingly. Hut oven beforo this
Farmer bud been in trouble.
Information on which the present war
rant wus issued wus furnished to tho
tiost ofllco tiuthorities by Philin Curnev
unci Frank .1. Huston, rioth of counsel
for Mrs. Hlrd.
A creat tmrt of the Information now in
the osnessioii of Assistant United Ktulen
Attorney Hoylo was uired during the
trial of thn llird suit. Frederick .M. Hop
kins, tin rxis-rt on the value or run- books,
who for the Inst eight yeura has been con-
ducting a crusade against the salo of
raxtt "editions do luxe, lesitiu-u iniu urn
books ror which Mrs. Hlrd puid Jl7,o,'iii
might huvo been purchusetl by her In
open market forl,5U0.
frving Nemrov. a former employee
of tlm Aiighr-AiiK-rit-uli Authors Associa
tion und tliu Ki-llur-FnriutT Cotiipuuy,
u linn inline tintlur which Him Farmers
ulso oH-ruted, swore Uiut he hud written
soverul lot t t h to lure Mrs, llird Into the
purchuMt of tlm books whicli (lien runner
wus endeavoring to sell hur ut Hall Idiko
(.'Ity, Tlu-sti letters, purporting tu coino
f roits a weulthy Minneapolis book lover
(lien travelling in Kurois-, (ifferi-d to buy
tlm bonks flout Mrs. llird ut u prico iu
iidvulli'ti of thut asked by the Farmers,
Sh-u'IiiI tliiies (luring tlm trial of Hie
liinl suit ClitTonl liner, of counsel for tho
plaintiff, hud ii'coursi) to dii'lugruih
iKites of piivulo convcisutlous bctwoou
lilui und ci-ilulit wllniiHses.
CARL L. VIETOR'S DINNER.
IIIx-h llncbeliir Affair llefore lnrr-
IlilC Alls Mnrthu liiinx Orr,
Curl li, Vletor, who will umrry Miss Martha
Kno Orr,. sister of .Mnxiimler M, Orr, In
the Fifth Asttinio ricHliylerlin Church
on Tliursliiy, g.ne his farewell bachelor
dinner Inst night ut the Ule Club, llli
Thomas I'. Vlelnr
Dr. John A. Victor
(leorge 1'. Vlvtnr
Itegiiiald I'.. Wlchain
Alexander M. Orr
W. Ncliuvler Hnillb
the House of Commons.
HUDSON BOULEVARD SCANDAL.
Commission Cliarwrtl M'llh InefH
rleney mid Kxlra vnaance.
In a report handed to Supreme Court
.lustlce Kwny.o in Jereey City yesterday,
by Meiit.-Col. William F. Whittemore. a
consultiui; eiiglneur of Hobokon, more
scandul in tliu management of Hudson
county alTalrs4ls unearthed, and in par
ticular tho administration of the Hudson
Iloulevurd, a motor driveway.
Tho report, prepared after an investi
gation of several months by Col. Whitte
more, charRcs that tho Houlovard Com
mission has been guilty of mismanage
ment, discrimination between contractors,
general inefficiency and extravagance.
Many of the records nro wild to bo miss
ing. Th' report recommends that tliej
commWxioti bo abolished und the roadway
turned over to tho county freeholders.
Instance were citeit where, ufter con
tractu had been uwurded, work wus done
that was never called for in the contract
KAS, ' K
Im,cll , cost of ,,, m.t.rIa ustd.
At other times tho cost or the material
used and the labor has been almost equal.
Up to the cud or 11)11 the Boulevard cost
more) than 3,ooo,()). Annual appro
priations have umounted toabout tUXl.OOO
for the m.iliitcn.inci.- or the driveway,
which is Init twelltv miles lonir. renchlnir
from Wei-huwheu to l!eri;on Point. Much
01 me wufK none, tno report says, was
"inadequate, insufficient and improper,"
and in many other respects the commis
sion hud acted in "direct violation of
In curtain cases whero work was do'no
and paid for, it is shown that instead
of compelling contractors to make repairs
at their own expense, where need for
such repairs was tho consequence of
their own neglect, the commission simply
ordered the work done again and paid
for It a second time.
MISS GOULD AT Y. M. C. A. DINNER
Bntcnnr Uoz at Waldorf, bnt
Dor .Vol Sirb.
Miss Helen flotild sat in tho balcony
of the grand ballroom ut tho Waldorf
lust night during the speeches that fol
lowed the annual dinner or tho inter
national commit too of the Young Men's
Christian Association. She did not souk.
Alfred K. .Marling, chuirmuu of the
committee, proijldod. The speakers wore
liKids of the various departments or the
committee. Among the diners were
a goodly iiumlH-r or tho association's
IsMieructors as well us tho committee
mvmlMrs. Some of them worn Iticliard
U. Morse, James (J. Cannon, Cleveland H,
Uodge. Itioliunl M. Colgate, 1), Hunter
MeAlpiti. John P. Mtinn und Dr. William
Miss fiould occiiniod Iwx 15 and with her
us gnosis were Mrs. 15. I lutddon Terry.
Mrs. Shaw, Miss Pulon und Miss F.. 6.
ART MUSEUM RECEPTION.
(iiirsls Interrsted by Latest Morifnii
(iirt of (iold .NeeLlnce.
The opening mention for the season at
tho Metropolitan Museum of Art was held
last night In the Kal fishery, where the
visitors were received bv J. P. Morgan,
Joseph II. Chimle, Flllni Itool, Kdwurd
Hobinson, John W Aleiuiuler, lloberl
de Forest and Howard Maiislleld. Tlie
gallery wus ilecoriiteil with garlands of
green in tliu I'lorentlmi lusliliiu, und David
.Muniu-s s nicheslru played,
Amiiiig Hie receui rcccssluu on view
was the ciilli-ctlon ol i.nld lieuklaies muds
III the Philippine s lu the suveiiteenlhaiiil
eighteenth lenturies, whk-h Mr, .Morgan
has iircsented lu the iiiii-eiiin. A stutue
nf u lluildlilst divinity ami it iiuiliit Kyoto
tiiiieslry, both leieulle purchased In Jujiau,
neiii nit- unci est ut tun unlets among tne
II whs iimioumed that Hie museum Is
iirningliig ror u seiies ol sneciul exhibitions
of ilrnwliiu wliieli Mr. Morgan will lend
limn his inllei Hon. The series ulll .e
tiiu-ued enly nevl innutli wllh 11 seleotloii
ol iliawliigs In masters id thn lltlcunlli und
suti-enlh 1 entiiries ,
LUNCHEON FOR MISS BANGS.
slnrlon I'llcb lliilt-rlalu
Miss Marion I Itcli guvu 11 liuichenii yes-
lerduy at her house, .is West Fllly-shth
street, for Miss Mollio Hangs, daughter
uf Mr. and Mrs, Anson M, lianas, whoso
marriage to l.orenm I), Armstrong will
bo celDliratcil 011 Nnveinlier
Mrs. John M Touisiy will give a luncheon
for Mlsi Hangs ut Sherry's on Tuesda y
and Mr, Arthur I. Howe will ve her a
luni-l'enn ut U'J West Elghty-ulith street on
Ilnrkr He Lonr.
Tho wedding of Miss Janet Waring De
Iuig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .1.
IV long, to Frank flslus llnrke. Jr., of this
(Ity took plnco In the Church of the Heav
enly Hest yesterday nfternoen, .the finv.
Herbert Hhlt-iiinn, rector of the church,
olTlrlatlng, assisted by the Itev. All-ort C.
Monk. Ilin ihiirch was decorated witn
I alms, yellow chrysanthemum nud au
The bride entered Iho church with her
father, who gave her away. She wore n
gown of s)arl embroidered white satin
tnnilo with a long court train, over which
fell her xell of laie, held In place by n bind
of surls. She carried a bouunel of while
roses and lilies of thn valley. Miss Martha
llurlte, sister of the bridegroom, was tlm .
tnnld of honor. Her costume was ot .lull
gold brocaded crt tl chine, with largo
tuiis velvet hat topped with feathers to
match. The other attendants wete Mrs.
Clarence Olrott, Mrs. Percy McKee nnd the
Misses Mlllan Serymser and MnrJorl Web
ster of Urooklyn, Avn Treloiir of lloston
and l.iiey 1'etHi of Kcidsvtlle, X. C, They
wore costumes of tuninolso blue brocade,
with lints of brown velvet trimmed with
tulle, und they carried ten roses,
Oscar Ilurke wim hU brother's best man,
The ushers were Myron H. Wllllums, (leorge
W. Mitchell, Percy A. McKee. Andrew M.
Fulton,' Spencer I.. Murphy and Caryl
A reception for relatives nnd Intimate
friend was held nt the Hotel Cntham uHer
the ceremony. Mr, and Mrs. Burke left
nftetward for a trip to the South. They
will live at S2I West inoth street.
In the Old South Church, Park avenue
and Fight y-llfth street, yesterday afternoon
wus celebrated the wedding of Miss Mar
jorlo W. Noyes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs".
Charles Prentiss Noyes, to Herbert V.
Slerck, a son of Mrs. Carsten W. Slerck of
this city, tho l!ev. Thomas It. bridges,
pastor of the church, (initiating.
The bride entered t lie church with her
father, who gave her away. She wore a
slmpto gown of white cliurmeuse with a
court trajn or white brocade. Her veil of
tulle was held by a cluster of orange blos
soms and she carried a bouuuet of lilies of
the valley. Mrs. Kdward Alker, sister of
the bridegroom, was the mutton of honor.
Iler cost unto was of deep rose plnl: chiffon
trimmed with ribbons of th same shade
and she wore a hat of brown velvet topped
with pink feathers. Miss Doris Andrews
was the maid of honor, and the other at
tendants were the Misses Ho Hamilton,
Mildred Poor. Viola Townsend of this city
and Dorothy Wilde of Paris. They nil
wore costumes of rose pink chiffon nnd
hats of brown velvet, carrying clusters of
Fdgar A. Hlerck was his brother's best
man. Theiishers were Julius W. Noyes,
brother or the bride; lUlward Alker. liol-ert
Mover, Amos Schermerhoni. Harvey" H.
Uidew and (ieorgn l.lsle Forman.
After the ceremony there was a reeeptlon
nt . and 7 I'urk avenue, home of the bride
nnd her paientt respectively. The house
at No. R was a wedding gift of Mr. and Mrs.
Noyes to their daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Slenk will live there on their return from
their wedding tilp.
Miss Itos.tllo Olln Warner, daughter of
the lute Olin Wnrner. the sculptor, wus
married last night to Thomas Csrlylo Jones,
son of the late Itev. John llayley Jones of
Baltimore, nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick 8. Ooodwln, 407 Central Park
West, which was at one time occupied by
tlm bride's father as a studio.
Only relatives nnd a few Intimate friends
were present for the ceremony, which took
place beneath a bower of autumn leaves,
the Itev. Warner C. Ward, a relative of the
bride, officiating. The bride, who was
given away by her mother, wore 11 gown
of white moire, ulso a veil of tulle edged
with old lace, nnd carried a bouquet of
white roses. Miss France Olln Warner,
sister of the bride, was the maid of honor,
and tho Misses Cwendolyn Despard, Con
stance (ioodrlch and Olive Nicholls were
the other attendants. They all wore eqs
t umes of deep rose colored satin trimmed
with gold net. and carried rose colored
Charles 11. F.lmer was the best man.
The ushors were Dudley (lllnrin Tucker,
John Arthur (ireene, Frederick Keuhne
nnd Paul Dunham Seaborn.
There wu a small reception after the
ceremony .Mr. and .Mrs. Jones win live
In this city after a short wedding trip,
Miss Cora II. McF.lrov. daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. Hugh F Mclllroy, was married
to Albert F. Jaeekel '.'d yesterday after
noon at the home of her parents, U32 Itlver-
slde Drive. Only relatives and a few friends
witnessed the ceremony, which was per
formed by the liov. William J. Slnnott
of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
The bride walked to tho temporary altar
with her father. She wore a gown of white
satin linished with a long court train of
brocaded velvet. Her veil of tulle, edged
with old lace, was held by a coronet of
orange blossoms. Miss Churles Owens
sif Atlanta. Hit., was the maid of honor.
Her costume whs of naln pink satin brocade
with a girdle of violet velvet. She wore also
a hat of violet velvet trimmed with pink
chiffon and white lace nnd carried a bomiunt
of ulnk roses and violets. Miss Dorothy
Jaeckel, Mster of tbe bridegroom, was tne
rlower girl. She wore a white lace finck
over ulnk satin anu carried a iiasnei 01
pink roses and violets. Theodore Jaeekel
wus his brother's best man. There were no
There was a reception nfter Ihe ceremony
Mr', und Mrs. Jaeekel will sail font Southern
trip in a few days und after January IS will
live ut IS Fust Tenth street.
Uakrr liar ry.
The wedding of Mis Dorothy Harvey
dnighter of Ashton Harvey, tp David S
Halter of Providence, It. I., und this city
was celebrated at noon yesterday lu St.
Jumes's Church, Madison avenue nnd !'v
untv-llrst street, bishop Courtney otllclutlng
Many relatives und friends from this city
and Providence ere present ror tlie cere
Tlio brlils entetvd the church with her
futher. who gave her away hne woren
gown Ol wnite punue veivei iril-inrii sun
old luce, also u veil or tulle held by u coronet
of orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet
of lilies of the valley. Mls t.ladvs linker,
hlsler of tliu bildeerooin, was Hie miitd
nf honor, and the Misses Margery Jenks
und Jean Derili'. were thn brlilesmulds
Tbev wore gowns of apricot satin, large
black picture huts and cart led bouucelM
it vellovv loses, Miss Itulli HuUer wus the
tlower girl, Shu wore a whlla llngetle tiock
und can led 11 bouuuel of selloW roses,
Carroll II lucks ucle.1 as best mull UUU fH'Ill
11. French. Itli'hunl Surgelit. John 'leiry :iu
llowland F.vuns, Jr., Hurold llurker. Hurold
Harvey, Frank Hinckley nud Cuspur mist
weie the iislicis,
Theie was 11 leieptiuil lifter the ceieinouy
ut tl.11 hoiiie of Ihe bride s Isllier u I.11
i.-iiv u..ni 1 iiieel Mr am .111s nai.er
will mill lor I'liroi e sliorlly tor enlended
ttlp. Thy HI ul'erwunl live In liiTei
wit h, ( nnu,
Books for Youm People.
A crefully nrlected
wkortmrnt for the
reading and educa
tion of Young Men
and Women, and
Children of all ages.
BRENTANO S. WSC
BUELL HOSIER WEDS
Quiet. Afternoon Ceremony
(he (.'Impel of St. Hnr-
WILL IjIVK IX NEW " Y0HK
deception nt Home of llridc'a
Mother I'ollows Church
The wedding or Miss t.oulso It. Knowl
toti, dutirhti-r or Mrs. Dntirord Henry
Knowllon, to liuell Hollistcr, took plaoo
In the chapel of St Bartholomew's Church
yeitterday afternoon, the llov. I.clghton
l'arks, rector or the church, officiating.
It was uelebratcd qulelly.onlv rcaltlvea
und afewinllmntc friends being present
The elmi-el was decorated with palmi
and yellow chrysanthemums.
The bride entered with her brother
in-law, Allan A. llobbins, who gave ha?
away. She woru 11 simple gown .of whit
satin, iniidn with a suiiare court trmtav
and linished ut tho bodice with a spray
of orange blossoms. Her veil of lull
und point lace, which fell over the train,
whs held lu place by u cluster of ortng
blossoms. She carried a large bouquet
or lilies or Ihe vulk-y mid while orchids.
Mrs. Samuel Stevens Sands waa th
bride's only uttendant. Her oostumn
was ol shadow striped electric blue velvet
trimmed with plucked ermine. She worm,
u hut to match and a cluster of gardenias
fastened at tho corsage, and carried a
Percy I'yno 2d was the best mam,
The ushers wore Henry H. Holllsbsr,
brother of the bridegroom; Aymar John
son, John Sloaue, lingdou U. Valentin,
Edmund Rogers nnd I. Wlstor Kendall.
. After the ceremony there was a re
ception at the home of the bride's mother.
102 Kast Thirty-eighth street. Among
tbe guests were:
tlr. and Mrs. John lot-
Mrs. Itlehard Morrta
Mrs. Henry II. Hollltur
Mrs. Allan A. RobbtB
Mr. and Mrs. Alexandal
Mr. and Mrs. John K.
II. II. ITatt
Mr. and Mrs. k'. Orme Mrs. Harry 11. Holuaa
Wilson. .Ir. Miss Marlon Hollina
Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. nnu Mrs. W. Albert Miss Harriet Alexander
I'rare. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ta)
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lor I'yne
ilougnton r. lieorge n. ueno
Mrs. Huchanan Win- Mli Dealrtce Bend
ihroti Mr. and Mrs. John w
Mrs. tieorce R. Sheldon Crs
Mrs. Kheiaon. fuller air. anu Mrs. 1. sneaaoa
Mrs. t'ourilandt .Nlcoll Tllney
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. (ieorxe A. Bobbin
I'airr Mr. anu Mrs. rraag
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Spencer Wltiierbe
Alterbtiry Mr. and Mrs. Oeorr
Mr. and Mrs. (leorge W. Mlepliensun
l orsyin ur. ami urs. samaw 1
Mrs. .1, llowland Auch- I'eiers
lucloss Ur. and Mrs. C. bedyard
Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1). Illalr
Hancock J.lltr, Gladys Walerbury
Mrs. John II. Van Munroe Douglas Hoblv
Mls Mildred Van l-lioenlx Ingraham
After a short wedding trio Mr. and Mr.
Hulllster will llveut H.'-Fjist Fifty-eighth
Washinoton, Nov. lt,
The marriage ot
Miss I.otiiM- M. White, duughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Unoch I,. White, to William Henry
Wuggaman took place to-day in St. Paul's
Mgr. James F. MacKIn officiated. Miss
Mildred tayola White was her sister's mtld
of honor, and the bridesmaids were Ml
Margaret .loung, Miss Itosalln Urisooe,
Miss Josephine Wnggaman and Miss Ixulst
Miller of Winchester, Va. John M. Wagfa.
man was best mnn for his brother, M
Itlslry Uarton. "
HARTronn, Conn.. Nov. 14. Miss HeatrftSt
llurton. u Hartford society girl and (laughAc
of (ieorce H. llurton of rnrmlnston avenfto. j
wtis married tills evening to Kulpb tin'
Itislev. ensign on the 1'. S. S. Connectli.i.
und u graduate of Annapolis, class ot lBlU-T
I he itev. ir. William A. imrtieii 01 t
Fiirmlngton Avenue Congregational Churr
ofllclated. Miss Agnes II. llurton, sister b.
tho bride, wus maid of honor, und Amoiw
I oiler, ensign on the 1 . a. eurasKa, nil
CLUB WOMEN TALK SUFFRAGE.
nnd "Ant la"
Al.BANT. N." V.. Nov. 14. The offleara
elected will lie announced at the clostnaT
session of the annual convention of the New
York State Federation of Women's Clubs
to-morrow morning. The polls were open
from iu A. M. to .1 P. M. to-day and It la tba
expectation that all of the ofllcera wars
elected us reported by the nomlaatuta)
To-night there was a discussion of tM
suffrage question, Mrs. Carrie Chapmajt,
Catt presenting the suffragist side, whlk
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge and Mrs. A. J. George
dlsciissedtthu question from the standpola
of the "untls."
It was reponeu tnni an mn 7,ouu naa
lieen raised of the necessary tSO.ooo for tho
Susan II. Anthony memorial to be erected
in ltochester. ....
Tills afternoon Airs, uix gave n recepiioai
for the delegate ut th Ktecutlve Manalon.
HOIJ.lSTKn-KNOWI.TON'. On Thursday, No
vember It, 19U. by ths Itev. Dr. Lelrnton
Parks. Iiuba Hoc It w ell Knowlton to Buttl
Holllster. at the chapel of St, Dartholomaw's
AIKI'.N Harry C, aged 41.
NervVrea, "i na rrxKSjtt, CHtmcn.- 141 WMI
23d street (Fbink CaurBKt.b BciLDDTOlj
Friday, I o'clock. Automobile cortege,
BAnTIJiTT.-Charles (irlswold. In the 4Mla
year at his age, on Tuesday, November 1J.
at Hie I'.lm City Private Hospital, New Haven,
llelallves, friends and .Vluinnl uf black Hall
School Invited to attend the funeral aervtoaa
at the tchoot, Black Hall, Conn., on Friday,
November IS, at l:.W P. M. Train leaves front
(Irani! Central .Station, New York, 10:0
returning leave Black Hall 4 o'clock. Boitoa
uml Providence paper please copy,
MeuJiertnl the ALl-tlNt Abhocution of Black
Hull Mchool are requested tu attend fuaaral
AbRXiNtiKn TOSKVNCC, I'resldaat
POSTnt.- On Hundav, November 10, UU,
Thomas Nrwmn footer, belavcd husband of
Anna Siury 1'iisler. In Ids 51t year.
Funeral services will be Held at Ills linine, Iweb
l)ii I'ark. West Orange, N J., .Sunday. No
vember 17, at .1 o'clock. Interment prlvatt.
(IIIOSN'IIU.- Uerllm (iriwier, widow of Joseph 1
j Crooner, beloved innthrr t Mrs, Max Knelt
and lllrain A, (Iro-uer, passed away alter a
lingering Illness November 14, 1013.
Funeral pilvate, from her late residence. Ml
West 147th t Friday, November l, at 10
A M, Oldu and Pennsylvania paper pleao '
I.A MAIIT1NA.-Vincent, need M years.
rici'vUts, '"I'iiu FtiNKiisl, t'lii'Kcu," 311 West
S3d Ml I'l'l U'lU.SK CAMI-Ill l.b HUll.OINO).
Friday, I'.' nuuii. Auluiiiuhllu cortege.
NANHH.- Suddenly, oil November 14. Mil, la his
thirty sixth vear, I'lilllp Mauds, beloved ion
ot I'.IUabelli Beck Mauds and Ihe Ut FklUp
Funeral private, at the retldence of III motktr.
WIl.l.l'.TH. On Fourth Day. r.levrnth Moolh, UUt.
J oil 11 T, Wlllets. la the 7Mli year ot Ids at,
llelallves and trlends ure Invited to altead hit
funeral ut his lute residence, X) West Mth it.,
oubrvcnili l)ii (KaUirdayl.murnlnf.ElevsatU
Mouth iNovumtieri, 14th, at 10 o'clock, 11 U
requested no tlowcrs be sent.
FRANK E. CAMPBELL