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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
TWO PICTURE DISPLAYS
Landscapes by Forgotten Eng
lish I'alntcr Vickcrs Tut
.NKW YOHK TN CHARCOAL
F. TTopldnson Smith Accords In
Fai'ilo Manner Plintiffiiiff
' If one should look back through old
time catalogues of tho lloyal Academy
ho would llnd listed therein no fewer
than sixty times tho name of Alfred
Vickcrs, Kveli oftener dies thin name
appear in tho exhibition lists of tho Ilrit
ish 1 not it tit Ion tuid of tho Society of Hrit-
Yet it is wife fo BMert thnt tho reader
of there line has not heard of Viekors
as ftti nrtlt, even though thin htiKllsli
painter lived to be S2 yearn old nnd died
no lotm iiro n UOS. As Alfred Viekorn
4 ha reached I'iflli avenue nfter all these
yearn, let hp see who and what ho won.
At the Hew Rullerien of Messrs, Moulton
A KIckotts. who hno succeeded to tho
American lnterets of Arthur Tooth
Son, Viokere In in the window, and also.
in the chief exhibition room. Ho won a
landscape painter, horn before Iteynoldn
died and while (initishoroiiRh wan ot 111
in hin prune, in the j ear I'M).
At firnt p.lnnco he seems to bp a com
posite of UeorRo Morland, John Con
stable, (lulnsboroURh, Old Crotne, Turner
nnd a few more of the crent folk of IiIb
d.iy Ami after looking through the ns
.embloRB of same two doen of these
modest . yet not uninviting canvas-en,
this impression mill hold Rood, making
(t.lt uance for u fair infusion of tho man's
ickers hap)ened to live In a time of
large nreomplishinent in KtiRlish lund-r'-aix'
art, ut Irust, the earlier ivirt of
' hi- e.ir.MT wan passed in the nhadow of
considerable men. It in iibiiully u fair
inference that when an urtist in any
medium has been thus overshadowed
h-- h r much at fault for being nmall an
the other men are for being big. In
oil'T word. Mr Yiekers would iwrhnpn
not have Mt the world alire even li.-ul not
I' instable anil th- rent inconsiderately
deprived linn of combuftlble material by
ri' mg mi themselves
Hut thin 1-. not to denv the individual
charm of beauty of what thin iudia-trioim
iinter has left behind him In tho way
of landscapes and M'li nicturen. In the
first place, he embodiew the real English
landscape tradition, which saw iu best
iUv in the nou i) canvawn or Old Crome.
t ontable and Turner, and linn in recent
v,irs been ureal v modified
iclii-rn i-till shows us the dignified
cren treos. with nomlohcrint foliniri.. the
wary lanes nnd the thatched roofs of
K c'i-'i peasantry, the contented cattle
in rustic country-fides, tlie gliotenitig
i..kis and dreams and th" quiet aspects
oi rorai i-.ngianii. nucn an .letrreys IlKeu
t. Mlk about in hin dincurnivii fai-hion.
Ut. tJiey are. with a mantle of Victorian
conscientiousness tiirown over all
lirama in any form wan evidently
f iep to thw comfortable painter of
Inn lm life and pieman t skies Hut now
r.' again one find him on a beach, with
iHiT"hing oi t,n ton-urn f the na uih)ii
fun In a few if Die skio- spread ou I
iiHin these can .! mere is euuiii;h
enmnresmoii of i.,,nHiOe to Migg'i-'
quality m the paint Ono t inure nf it
in the running M reams. :'ie islgen of pool,
and watercourses, which play a consider
able part m hin pictures
At hi-, bent, wliich he rarelv wan In all
.yreepects in any one can van, ickern wan
and in decidedly IIKaule. uno need not
Alfred Vickerx, nccordlnn to the liin
torien, did not receive marked recogni
tion in his. lifetime. Hin pictures were
accepted at the oftlcial nhown, they were
placed in exhibition rooms, looked at and
not nold. After hin death, however, a
gradual appreciation of hin work tool:
place in certain quartern, and ohm believer
a. it i-ecured in tne course oi a generation
or no nomo eighty pictures bearing
i1 kt-rn's higuaiury 'Ilie present an
t rtment han been culled from it, and
Vickern has uiude Ids American
Ji"irney at last.
uotlier exhibition on Fifth avenue
may alo claim attention. It is at the
K inedv g.illerien and it conoistH of fa
iij ar nubjectn, picturesque glimpsen
ni New Vork sketched in charcoal and
i ' i. so shito by the quick and experi-
eii hand of F. Ilopkinnou Smith
V i-r Mr Smith's world wanderingn, of
v. i. h many lutso been tho artintlo
' i.v'r it in not (surprising to find him
ar i .-.led in the churactcristio unpectn
ork an in any other region whone
i- 1 1 points lie has net down in provious
' 'i l of MghtH wen and ileeds done.
I- .i ' i t iwn ih as interci-ting a nketch
j m .'mil mi any It contains subject
hi . anouc, intensely picturesque,
i uil y human nnd stirring.
Su ,tti has not faiknl to show that
h- - Me doininaliriR spirit of tho place,
i- in diversity, its movement, its
'e of greatness and triviality. He
i..- j.r. ei,ied tho city from its water
c, - 1 1 w m not one of hin happiest of
f - i e its effect In rather smooth and
lie has lookmi at it from Ilrook-
v'i ii onco with oyen that wero
i i, i a hand that wan obedient:
ir i ii
.ml where tho tidal currents of
. sweep fiercely together ut Wall
i streets, with the spire of old
lung from the background
- i ' Hired the vortex ot tho sub
ei.'r.im. the kiosk at Iirooklvii
l.un glimpsed the new Wool-
worn ItiiiKhiigovur tho top of the pillared
I'os, un,,-,., lie has followed tho East Side
mute Wit . the swarminir iirucincts or
l.lu.t' tit sire!, evidently ut tho Sunduy
laon.int market hour (thin In really one
of i'. ripin of the town and few readers
pi u.n ..iijiiiii win luvo realized it);
! I .i- Pa .sod before tho hunllt faeudu
'I i . i ' Hull, lie liis travelled as far
KiM hi ox and devoted u Hymputhetio
(i.i. e i.... uimniing house tJiai once
i ivire.l ivi r.ir Allan Poo ut Fordllurn.
, Mr Krnith'H touch lias been
' ti' 'I iii..t of un agreeable corn
t-u a .i, i lie town It ho never suo-
uee.tn , t. in ,lu, tin- observer very deeply
- iij.i iv ti cetJtat lie lias not tnea to
' lui;e Inn work, skilful, accom
p ri.i, r what it is It should not fuil
' U llrliri)
III New York To-dar.
nr Krvi-nly-nrst Ilrclmrnt ArmoiTc
' rt unit ruurlh svrnue.
uli'iay n Mcillrine, annlverwry
i I'uriy-thlrit Mrrrt,
,. ' "-i iinilinrliuuil Amnclntlon, meetlnir,
' ' . ti vh(inl,8;S I'. 11.
. ' ii- um ) faiirnlly, dinner. Hotel Ator,
ii Mmriit iiankrr Association of America
Nr ,i ( (H1ity Sunday School AMOclallon,
Unum luiiMiiiinii. MudlMin Hquaro Prebyterlan
i, i rnij -lour 111 mreet anil Madlton avenue
borlrly , v-val Ar.,..k .nA Uarlna Kn.
uCte.'' ;""l'nili. L'liglnecrlnil tjodcUei Bulld-
-,. riTlilrly.nlnth ureel.
"ifi4 for l'ullilcal Hducutlon, leeture by
I! U. U (imild, Berkeley ThfaUre, 21 West
ol'W VurL- U, ,..- r . ln.i.
i, 1. v '"' '"! Kontuth Dixon, Wanamaker
ria ComD,ltc of u,e NaUonal Censumera
JfMrue, weeUn and addreu by Alfred W.
TW'iy.f mr.h .,,. . Ti i
Ch.mhlV.'"'' '"1 1'" ,vnue. .
a,ifi u ii -UI-'"c, omaer, waiaor-w
CONTESTING FOR $20,000,000.
Second Appral Mud In Iyle Otmm ma
First la ninmtMed.
Fiackknsack, Nov. 20. The first at-
tempt madn to break the will of tho late
John 8, I.ylo of Tenatly, for yearn a ullont
partner of Lord A Taylor of New York,
failed In tho llcrgcn county Orphans'
Court at llncketuuick to-day, Judge
Milton Domarent dinmlnninR the appeal
on motion of Chauncey (1. Parker of
Newark, counsel for Julia Owtrude Lyle,
tho widow of the millionaire.
The content was instituted by Edward
Motcalf, Catherine U. Smith, Edwin
Ii. Metcalf and William Ii. Metcalf, who
Mild that for a long lime prior to hla death
Mr. Lylo had leen of unsound mind and
Incapable of disponing of his vant estate,
and that Julia Gertrude l.yle had been
guilty of unduly influencing him.
'Die effort on thn port of the Surrogate's
office to determine the residence of these
appellants and whether they were rela
tives of tho testntor failed, Hence to-day
court action wan expected, but immedi
ately nfter this decision Roe, Runyon St
Tompkins of Jersey City, counsel for the
llrst contestants, tiled notice of another
appeal in behalf of France Kyle Spar
row of Abingdon, Mass., and Janet
Maria l.ylo of Worcester, Maes.
1 tut hit apeal Miss Snarrowk Ii de
scribed ns a nieoH and Minn l,yl aa a
Mr. I.ylo left a fortune that may hare
amounted to f70.000.000. At his death
ho was more than 93 years old. Tho
largest personal liequeet by his will waa
to liis second wife, who was MIm Julia
(lertrude Hntmon, n i'reohytorian Hos
pital nurse, who took care of Mr. Lyle for
two years prior to their marriage in
September, into. To her Mr. Lylo left
S.Vxi.ooo outright and the estate at Tenafly
of forty acres, which has a value of
$:00,(ioi). She in the executrix.
SAYS WIFE TOOK HIS JEWEIfl.
KUItiiKcr Tried Snlclde, Waa Pat In
II Charges that conduct by his wife caused
him to attempt suicide, to be thrown
into bankruptcy and Indicted for grand
larceny are made by Joseph R. Rlnlinger,
n diamond merchant who has an office at
47 Went Thirty-fourth street and lives at
49 West 116th street in a suit for divorce
from Mrs. Mario II. Klslinger.
Mm. Kislinger has applied in the fiu
premo Court for alimony, and not only
denie-t her husband's allegations but
nnkn for a separation on the ground that
he ill treated nnd humiliated her.
Kislinger alleges that in tho fall of 1011
his financial affairs had become somewhat
involved and he got a number of dia
monds on memorandum from the firm
of J. 1. Wood A Hons. He intended to
return them on November l.and the night
before ho showed them to his wife, and
then retired. He nays that the diamonds
were missing tho next morning and that
the only person who could have taken
them wus Ids wife.
"Realizing my inability to pay for the
diamonds and that a statement that I
hud lont them would not be regarded
seriously, " says Kislinger, "and realizing
tliat my wife was willing to go to any
length to do me harm I attempted suicide,
but was resuscitated by an ambulance
"Sly creditors heard of it and threw
me into bankruptcy and J. R. Wood A
Sons had me indicted for grand larceny.
I begged my wire to return the diamonds
and she finally admitted that she had
Kislinger said that he was recently
discliargeu in nnnwruptcy and that he
then went before the District Attorney
and had the indictment against him
ATTACK GOV. DDTS POWERS.
rurt to Drtrrmlm,
Aliian't, Nov. xo. Morgan J. O'Brien
and Henry A. Oildersloeve petitioned
Attornoy-Gcneral Carmody for leave to
commence an action questioning Oov.
Dix's authority to establish Adjt.-Oen
Verbeck as Chief of Staff and applying
for an order restraining Gen. Verbeok
and tien. Kddy of Brooklyn from exer
cising utiy of the functions of Major-Oen
O'Ryon, who was retired from aotive
Precedents have not been submitted
but u brief supplementing the petition was
hx-.iu.stlw) tjlldersieeve contends that
tho power to orRfinii the militia of tho
State is legislative and not executive;
that the tJovenior wan without auttiontv
to create tho oflloo of Chief of Staff, to
wliich Adjt.-ien. erbock was appomted,
that tho Oovumor's order assumiiiK to din
luuid tho divisional organization of the
NutionalOuard wan Illegal nnd or no effect;
that tho uovemor did not nave the power
to retire flon. O'Hyan, and that such
action cannot lio supported as a discipll
MERCHAUTS ASSOCIATION BOOH.
Prospeat Tliat by Friday tke aiern.
btrihlp Will tin Over il.OOO.
At the Merchants Association noonday
luncheon in Delmonico's yesterday it
was reported that new memberships
have reached 780. Of this number 27S
new numes were signed yesterday and tho
prospect is that when the campaign
closes on Friday the original membership
of 1,500 will lie more man aounieu.
when it was estaiji snen mat vesteraav
wiut t lie record dav of the camnaiini the
committee, or 300 wno gamer each iiuy at
imehiviii to reoort Droeress niiDiaudixl
ilftv-ono invaded Urooklvn
yesterday undor tho direction of Chair
man jonn ii. uunriiiK wuru bo uuny
that they did not report, prerernng to
nnnH tho timn work in e for members.
It was announced that the association
will occupy quarters la the Woolworth
NEW HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION.
The Out Patient Clinic ( tke City
ot w York OraranUed
Delegates representing twenty-nine hos
nital dispensaries of Manhattan met at
the Academy of Midicine,17 West Forty-
third street, lost night and organized
the association to'be known as the Asso
elated Out Putlr-nt Clinic of the City
of Vetv York
Tho aims of tho association are to co
nrHimirn tho work of existing disnen
sariesund out patient clinics, to eliminate
unworthy uppucanm ior irouiiueiH, iu
promoto proper standards of treatment
und economy uihi uu.iiiuiiujf ,n u.d,c.i
aarv tniiniiielilellt. Klforts will be BVB
tematlzod to keep awny those patients
able to pay for treatment una to nmii.
the wont or oaon uispeiiBury to mo um
trict In which t is looutou.
Y0RKT0WN DENIED HOSPITAL.
t'OBtaiiilnutlon of New Vork Water
Auuis-r, Nov. 20. The application for
the establishment by tho WoscheBter
oountv board of supervisors of n tuber
colosls hospital at Vorktown has lieen
denied by State Commissioner of Health
Dr. Eugene II. I'orter ana iy the iocui
i.onlih nfllimr. Dr. Charles Ulch.
This decision in flnal and is based upon
i.i.inil,.n nf the N'ow York cltv author
ities and clvio organizations on tlie ground
it... u.. u-alilialimrtnt. nt minh nn In.
'lll M" j"wii-m!-- ...
stitut on at yorktownwouiawaangerous
heuiaa of Dosslble oontamlnation of
i Z- VtJ-u lt nlai auuolK.
"Would that we could
nee for all into a cocked
TRANSIT PROGRESS HERE
Broadway to Ste Parade of Cnrs
Used in Last Thirty
Borne tiino after 9:30 o'clock this mornliiK
if you stand on the sldewalkfalonR lower
Broadway you willfsoojalstrnntn pro
cession of surface oars, showing Just
how far wo have progressed In thirty
years In tlie matter of street cor transit.
Tlie New York Railways Company will
display tho first and the lust, the Alpha
and Omega in street oars.
One of the oars la of a sort that no
New Yorker has ever neon on tho streets
before. It has this for a name: (Low-levcl-oentre-entranoo-storage-battory
oar, and its purpose is tho final displace
ment of such horse cars oh still survive.
An old horse car will he tho first in
lino, with room for twelve pajseiiKers
Next will come a single truck eleotria
car which used to do servioo on the
Droadwuy lino as a cable cur. Its capacity
is twonty-eignt persons, inen uie uouuie
truck electrlo oar wlUi which wo aro still
familiar. It holds thirty-sir passengers.
Tho next in evolution Is the pay as you
enter car of the sort now in use on the
Madison avenue line, which lias a maxi
mum lood- of forty-soven passengers
aside from the straphanger.
Next is tlie single deck steplens oar
whloh has been doing duty on Broadway
for six months, and Its doublo deck com
panion, holding fifty-throe aud eighty
eight passengers respectively. Tho last
Is Uie reul Innovation, tho storage buttory
our built along tho lilies of the singlo deck
The company Is going to try the new
storage battery oar on one of lf cross-
town lines ior a lew inouins to see now n
works in tho winter. If it is a suooess
and if Edwurd Cornell, the purcliaser of
tho Fifty-ninth street lino and ita horse
car connections, carries out his expecta
tions the tinkle of Uie horse car bell will
at last disappear from tho streets of New
The procession will leave the cur burns
at Hoventh avenue and Fiftloth street
and will go to tho Buttery.
Ilrpburo In Iimlon f llanor,
Ambassudor Jiisserand has Informed A.
llarton Hepburn that the President of
Fruiice has mudu Mr. lleiibiiru an olllcer
of the I.evioii of Honor in appreciation of
the court eles extended by the Xmv Vork
Chamber of Commerce to Ihe Trench dele
gutlon headeil by ,M. Ilaiiotuiin which
caine to this country for the Chaiiiiilalu
celebration lust May. .Mr Hepburn Is
president or the Chamber of Couiiiutcu.
Miss llelene Hiulrrnood Introduced.
Mrs. Frederick l'nderwood uave yester
day at her honne, Sii3 .West Keventy-seuond
street, reception to Introduce to society
her, daughter. Miss HuIniiu Underwood
Assisting, In reealviiig with Mrs, Under
wood nd the uVlnitaiite were Mrs. Hubert
K. KOffers. and thn Mlaaeu Mnrirnrol Ili-iir.
4uua r.asy. lieatr co Clurksou and
iaBrauaiiii iaUiaVaiBiiUauaM . HiMsaHHBMMiHMnaaHBa
THIS THE COCKED HAT?
do something at once dignified and effective, to knock Mr. Bryan
hat." From Mr. Wilson to Adrian Joline, Eftq., on April 29, 1907.
Cm-rr tie Itrnne.
In the chapel of St ilartlmlomen "s Church
nt noon yesterday was celebrated the wed
ding of Miss Audrey I)e Iteruie, daughter of
Mr and Mm. Wynils'rloy .tones Do Itenne
of Siivnnnuh, (ia , now llvlm; at tho Hotel
Tinirnliie, lo Hr I-'redei Iclt lluntlnston
l nir or tliM city. (July members of tho
.no families "weio iirvient for the
hi .i.Jiiy, which was performed by the
Ite Dr. .1. MorrU Coerr. rector of Christ
Church Hchonl In Kant .SHtniikrt, I,, I a
brother of the brlilecroom. There were no
bridal attendants. Kutherfurd Coerr.
brother of tho bridegroom, was best nun,
After tho ceremony them was u luncheon
iu the nunex of the Metropolitan Club. Dr
Coerr and his hrldo will vWt (Savannah and
ntterwurd v ill live at M I'.ast SUtleth street.
Thn weddlnu of Miss Kinlly Helen Skelly,
daughter of the Into Patrick .1. Kkelly, to
.lohn I,. Vabh,C'oiniiilsoner of WelnIiM and
Measures, of tills city, took placo nt 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon In the Church of Ht.
Francis Xavlor. the Hev. l'nthiir O'Connor,
rector of the church, officiating.
'1-Tho hrldo luid her sister. Miss Genevieve
Skolly, its hor maid of honor, and the other
attendants wero the Misses Mon.i l oitarty,
Mary Itmirke, Klennor Connor and I'umlre
I'uiinucl. MNs .loseiihlno Duly was the
John Mofllt acted ns best man, nnd the
ushers were William I'oearty. George Moun,
Joseph (lallatrher and William Iklward.
There was it reception at thu Hotel 1'luru
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh will live In this city.
llwu KIIil-I Knnilnrann. ilnlifrhter of Mr
and Mrs. IMwanl X. Sanderson, was mar
ried lai-t nlKlit to Douglas Hloune, son oi tue
lata Douglas riloano of this city. In All
Angels' Church, the Itev. Moreno Ashley,
offlclalliur. Mlt-s Helen Sanderson, sister
of the bride, whs the maid of honor. '1 he
other attendants were tho Misses Katherlun
Handerson. another sister of the bride;
Veronica Wiley, llmin Comly Cook, Helen
Wills and Arllno Hpller.
Alliort Uonner acted as best man. The
unhers were Alfred Xewberry, Harold
Freud, Heun' Cainmann, William Cofflu,
John Hluune und Hans Juoggll.
'I'here was u reception ut the home of the
bride's parents, 131 Itlverslde Drive, Mr,
ami Mrs. Hloauo will live in this city after u
short neddliie trip.
Ronraad Sell rain iter.
The mimIiIIiik of MlhS Iriiiu Hunt rlchle
slimer. iliuiRhter or Mr. and Mrs. Hoi Hunt
HohlPBltmcr of this city, to 1'ownrs (loiimud,
brother of the lute .lurkson (iouraud, took
pliiui at .'i o clock yesterday afternoon Iu a
private siiltoal the Hotel Hawiy, Justice 1'.
Henry Dugro, officiating, Only relatives
wore present for tliu ceremony. There
was a reception uftenvard In the!hotel hull
room, Miss I'.thel Davis was the bride s only
attendant, Kmeraon 1'oote was best man.
Tkcre were no tinhorn.
!Mr, and Mrs. Uouraud will sail fort'urope
HETTY GREEN IS 78 TO-DAY,
BUT WIOWM AS USUAL
Solf-Mnde Woman May Let Her
Son Take Her for Auto
Mrs. Hetty Oroen is 78 years old to-day.
Itut no one down In her oftloes at 111
Droadwuy is going to make any fuss
about it, toast of ail Mrs. Oroen herself,
.She says bho doesn't believe) birthdays
aro mado for anythinR bolter than for
tending strictly to business. And that's
tho rule she lias followed for a half oentury
in tho business world,
Mrs. Green's oflloa la called th "West
minster Comany on the door. It Is
on tho sixth floor and Is not a bit impres
sive to ono who enters and Inquires
through a small wiokotod window for
tills woman, aomotimos called tho richest
in tho world and who has made all her
money herself . Homowhoro book in these
saino odious slta Col, Edward II. Ii. Oroen,
Mrs. (ireon'H son, who recontly camo on
hero from Texas to bo with his mothor.
If tho predictions mado ut Mrs. Green's
placo of business yesterday come truo
sho will oorao down by surface car us
usual between 10 and 11 o'clock and go
straight to tho littlo rosewood desk Tn
her Inner ofllco and toolda tlie morning's
mall. Hho lias loft itujtruotlona tliat sho
isn't aoliiir to be bothored bv foolish
nowsputier men who come to oongratualto
hor or intendew hor. And sho will stlok
to hor Job tlu-oughout tlie day and Isn't
likely to luavo until the 5 o'clock whistle
has blown for tho rost of the office forco.
It may be that late in the day sho
will let Col. Oreon sourry her away in his
lilK mncnine ior a spin neiore inoy enno
together at their home at B West Ninetieth
NONA TO SUCCEED PAULINE.
an, OOO Cot ( Be Preaented to Preal-
Milwaukee, Nov. 20. William Gallo
way, n busines roan of Waterloo, la,,
uuiiounced here to-day that he would go
f o riliicetoii In the near future and present
IVesident-eloot Woodrow Wilson with a
Tho oow is registered tinder thn name
of Nona of Avon, Mr. llullowny says Bho
is worth every oent of her assessed vuluo.
Send lor Catalogues
Mall. Telephone, Tel.
eiiraph and Memen.
gvr Order rrrehe
Immedlaie and Intel.
Ath Atbu mod HUt HUfi, New Yrk.
DIES AT TRUSTEES MEETING.
Andrew nrfannan Collntiae In 111
Chnlr at Hntrl nreviMirt.
Androw Ituclianan, fit yram old, whlln
attenditiR a mooting of tho bonrtl of
trustees of the Delta Upslloti I'riiternlty
yesterday nfterniMiu ut tho Hotel lire-
voort, collapsed in his chulr and died n
fow oecondn later.
Mr. Iliichnnnn h homo was In ulinm-
bornbure. 1'a.. where he is survived by
hin wife, two daughters and a son. lie
wuh grnduated from Union College with
the class of 1M73.
A hanouet w Ii ch was to have followed
the meeting was (wdponed. Tho meet
ing was adjourned indefinitely.
MARSHALL SPRING SHEDD.
Maiden Man Who Brought Murderer
tn Jnatlre la Head,
Hortom. Nov. 10. Mnri-hsll Spring Shrdd
of Maiden, died ut his home in thnt i lly
laid night, nged K Mr4Hln'dd was Inrsely
Innlrumentnl In bringing t Justice many
years sko rostmiinter (ireen oi Ainiuen
for the murder of Prank Converse, u bunk
caslilfr and son of the late Ml-iha hlmle ,
Mr. Hhedri and Posttnn'ter flrren wsre
well ncqURlnted. l'rom hin Intimacy and
obiervanca of eertuln things Mr. Hliedd ;
thouuhl that the poslnmster hnd mi un-
aocountably large sum of money which he I
was using directly ulter the murder on
Ihe bank officer. Mr. Hliedd told his frjrn
to the murdered man's father and ufter
Inquiry Oreen waa arrested and confessed
Meanwhile another Maiden man, the last
seen to leave the bank building on the day
when the murder took place, was suspected
and held In the Bute prison pending trial.
Thooltizonsof the town formed a rommlttee
to effect his release and ho returned In
triumph to Maiden In a carriage drawn by
four white horses.
Husband mt nilaabeth Murray,
treaa, la Deed.
Wbst ChertkR. Pa.. Nov. 10 A cable
gram to friends hero to-day announced the
death nt Heidelberg, Oermnny, of (leorgo
KaasnBcht. formerly of this place.
Fndsnacht wnn tho husband of r.Uzaboth
Murray, nn actress, who was leading lady
with "Madame Sherry and whose home U
In Philadelphia. She Is playing In vaude
ville In New 1 ork.
Andrew M. Parts. ,
Andrew M. Darin, an old mldfnt of this
city and for many yearn a mnnufwrsr
of umbrellas hers, tvaa hurlsd yeeurday
lis died Monday at hla home, 82 Wist
Kiihty-nrcond Mreet. Me waa born In this
city eighty-eight yearn ano and wan tliu
eon of John M. and Mary I)oe, who wer
amonr tho founders of the Mount Hlnal Hiu
pltal, Mr. Da vim devoted hltnaelt lo the
umbrella manufacturing lndunr and be
came thn head ot A. M, & H. Darlu. He
was a member of tho Hone of America and
tho Know NMhlnr Club. Ho 1 survived by
a eon and two daughters.
Tba Ber. J, Win (at Wtnkley, M. I.
BOSTON, Nov. J. The flev. J. Wlnfate
Wtnkley, M. D, dlert T?terday ot hi home
hero, aged 79. Ha waa araduAtfMl fro;n the
Harvard Divinity School, atudlut for the
mtntitry at Jlerlln and returning to Maisi
chuaetU flllad Unitarian iatorate In Lit
tleton. Jlevara and Ueahmant. Mr. Wink
ley ithen took up the atudy of medicine at
the College of rhyilcrans and Hurceonn.
from whloh he waa graduate,! about 1SS(
For th paot few yeara he had published a
new thought maeailne. He la aurvlved by
PRTUlxnMiPlirA. Nov :o -Horace Tat.
teraan, fmirth great grandson ot Kdwurd
flhlppen, flrat Mayor of Philadelphia, dlt-d
euddenly yelterday ut ht mother'a countr
eat at Grafton. Iluntlnrdon county. I'a Mr
Patteraon waa 67 yeara of age and wua the
eon of Oeorge Lyman J'atterton, un Iron
matter of Pottavllle. lie followeJ his father
In buvlneae and owned the Paruiltve fnun
drlti tn Huntingdon county, lis "as a grrat
grandaon of Co). Jamea Uunl of Colonial w-ar
fame. Mr. Patter-won 1 eiirvlvtd by hla wife,
wha waa Itisa Roaalle D. iloopea.
Pr. Ion II. HarTey.
Dr. Laon II, Harvey, aged "6 yeara, who
died yeaterday at hie realdenca, 2tZ Centre
avenue, New llochelle, waa fur many yeara
one of the beet known phyalclana In tfuffalo,
but retired from actlvo practice eewrul
yeara ago. He had lived In New Rochello
about four yeara. Ho waa born In nuffalo
and received hla medical degree at tlie
Philadelphia College ot Phyalclana and Hur
gaona. He practiced In iialttmere for u
number of yeara.
PHH.ADKI.liIIIA, Nov. 20. Robert Cole
man of Wynnewood. Pa., er-eeoretary of ttie
McAndrewa Forbea Company, but retired
for ten years, died at hla home thla morn-
lnr. Mr, Coleman waa a member of the
Union league for twenty-flNe jfiin. II j
unived by hla wtfo, u ion and daughter.
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
Pint Paper Chaao of Senaon Ctrl
Golf 1'rodlKr of 10.
Hot Springs. Va., Nov. 20. T.lvlnnston
Beecknvut ot I'rovlueuco, H. I., unvn u
luncheon to-day at Fasslfern 1'nrm for
United Kttttos rtenator Hurton of Ohio,
who has beon taking tho tmatinent hero
and will return in a fow days to Wubhlnelon,
Mr. and Mrs. John Itiissull 1'opo have
arriTod and iutoinl to siwnil a fortnight
ham. Mrs. I'upo, who is u hrldo, un MUs
rladla Jones, daughter of Mr. und Mrs.
Pembroke Jones of Xow Vork.
Mrs. Oaler of Toronto won Uie trophy
to-day In a iianor chase ut Fusalfern l'urm,
tho first held hero ths seuson. Mr. Osier
gave a luncheon at Fasslfern following tho
chasa. lie is tho son of Ulr Kdinuud Osier
of Toronto, who Is hnru.
Charles V. Murphy and Thomas F. Bmlth
played a rounomn oi gou ims aitenioon
with l'hllllp lJonohue and James J, ltegau.
fiOiiio or the othor golrers playing vuru
1. 1). McCord. F. M. Alger und J. Ii. lo
Miss Eleanor lirlght. the ten-yenr-nld
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lldgar Hrlght,
mnifn ii unniHuliiL' anont. irettinir a four on
the first hole, where bogey Is llvo. Hli Is
looked upon hem as a golf prodigy. 1 hough
sho has neeu playing less iiiuu u i-ur nuu
onen urives 10" j aitis.
Mm Wllllnm I'nllowes Moriran enter-
tnlued at tea ut tho dolt Chili In tho alter
noon for Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles HlnKle of
Cincinnati, who left hero to-ulghi atler u
long. stay, and for Huron anil Huroncm
Kobenkrnntz, ho nail for London early in
Judge and Mrs. C. W. (loodwln returned
to Chlcugo to-lllgllt. 1 ney nave oeen
spendlng.thelr honeymoon nt tho Hoine-
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PAID MANY BIG FEES
Kmm'H.oi's (J ii vp Unlanrp of 32?!,
000 to r,v-.liiiP Olcott,
.l-Jo.OOO fo NppluMV.
IlKiKS IilVIDH $i:,l.:t!),:i05
Connies Zliorowski Put Off '
Two ('liiltli'cn ih-iin Hoff
man's liiii'irc Kstdlp. ' '
Accountings were Hied In the Surro
ttate's ollii-o yesli'tday y executors of n
Ihe estules of IV.uik Work, the CounU'ea l
MiirKaret luir.i X.horowski und KtiKene '
Augustus llofTman '
'I'Jio execulors under Mr. Work's will
reiortsl thai the uross estnto was
tti,Mn:,H und that time is it balance of
f Kl.l.'ill, :tnr, nvidy for ilistrihulion tn tho '
heirs. Of this sum Mr. Work's datiRh
ler Mrs. Knitices Itocho receives
f I , trtl ,k:j7, her daughter, Mrs, Arthur
Scott Hiirdon, S.'.iiS'-'.uoO, iiud her son
K.',7in,(nii) each. Mr. Work's KreaU
RranddaiiRhter, 1'lleeu llurden, (?et
$H7f,."33, and his daufihter Mrs. Peter
Cooper Hewitt, $I,I77,2H7. f
Tlio report shows that William M. K.
Olcott, who has represented Mrs. Roche '
in her marital litigation, has receivexi '
$25,000 as hnlatice due on account and thai -I
J. Henry Work, tho decedent's nephew,;
received one fee of lt?ViX) for legal er-
vices und another of tfto.noo, Henry B.
Clot-son and ( hurlin A. terrv recelvea i
tio.tna'l cvich for legal servicon utiI n detao-
. 1.... M.. t.-..l-..iu mI. i
IIV." I -i 1 . J mil i,'i, .'ii n, iwn linn J . - -J
denco in her divorce suit against Aura f
llatonvi has n-oeived IO,n:)
1'rnncis It ( ark, omiof the exeoutoTK
nskeil that he he relieved from furthar,,.
rwDotisihilltv and said that the other u
executors, l'eter Cooper Hewitt, Frank '
K. Kturgis ami William n. iruosaata, i
linve consented to his retiri'ment. ,
Hetirv Lewis Morns, ns tomnorarT . .
administrator of the estate of Counts '
Zliorowrki, tiled a report showing that .f
when the estate eamo into his hands It
was worth 11.)3,871, to which ho has.
added over JtW.nnn in income and through y
the wile of protwrty The administrator
reortl that ho has spent $0,eT70 for
Tho ludk of tho estate went to th -Countess
Zhorowski's sisteen-ycar-old I
son, 1,1 mis, by her second husband. Eliott.
Zborownki rilie cut off two children ''
bv her flrit husband, Hnron Alinnsa '
liiiRi'tio do Steurs, former .Minister rrom
lli'luiuin, whom sho divorced, Thoy r
Miu-K.iret do Htours Oberndorff, wife of''1
the (termiui Ambas.sador to Austria, and its
lliihi. rt iln Sli'iir-i Thev have brousht .
suit to M't neide the will on the ground
that tho tountes-s was incompetent when
it was i).t(cutivl
Tho accountim? hv the Farmera Loan
nnd Tnist Company nnd William H.
Harris ns trustees under mo win oi r.u-
peno AUBUStus llonman, known us Dean
llnii mini, who ilieil in and was on
of tho largo pror-crty owners of tho city,-'
shows that tho estuto now amounts to
t3,MU,01N, or which i,un,wo is in neaur- , ,
itios und l2,IOO,o3S rofiresimts bonds of
tho estuto of Kugeno A. Hoffman, Inc.,
whioli was formed rocently to take over
tho twentv-threo t'ul-'eI,, f Hoffman
re.il esiato in order to avoid a foreclosure
suit. The market value of the real estate
is said to bo threo or four tim8 tho faco g
value of tho bonds, ,
Tho income of thn eetnto In the Dftet
year was .ril8,2.riH. of which $217,130 was '
paid to loBiitees nna J213.202 went lor
Tlinae Who Are Milllm; Tn-ay tmr
Salllnp to-day on the Krench liner
ilr. and Mrs. William
r. llarui Ii
Mr and Mrs. Frank
Waller C. Kox
Mr. and iin. ItobeTt II.
Mr end Mrs. CaartM
.1 n Infer
Arthur N Decker i
C 1'. Davis
W S. IllUea
Mr end Mrs. OertM
Mr and Mrs. a A.'
(ieorcii it JaoWin
Hti i. !,. vvnuio.
On the White Star liner Haltio:
O O. liennett
Iird and Lady Caven
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Canon II, I tens ley Hen- t
Mr and Ura. Paul
Martin Van Tluren. tt
Dr. Chin To Chen
Mr and Mrs. Milium
J. Wllloucliliy Ilrnwn
nonka and Toys Wanted.
Tl,n -hnr.-li Umi Ifiillpnl Cluh. whinh 1UD. '1
pliei hooks nnd periodicals to clergy and 1
luity ho are unalile to procure gooq utrr- Ri
lllliri III Hll llllll'l IIJ. I" I'ri'; Mlf ,
niMH'iils for ChrlsliuuR hones Iu which, with
honks lor the elders, there should be toys
ior the children.
I hORC nit . i tnten may eno toys or maner
tn the Ch'uMi I'eriodionl Club, J81 I-ourtfc
avenue, New ork.
Denn Kniimer llelter, Will On Hoa
. . . . v- -.. A TI, a II laia .
Taylor Sunnier, dean of the C'uthedral of J
SS, Peter and Paul In Chicago, wno nas neen
In a local no-ipitni since minuuy, sunenng,
Iroiii appnnlii - I'. Is making iireparation
to return home. Ihe surgeons say no
immediate operation Is necessary.
Notes of he Social Wort.
Mlaa Martha Knox Orr, daughter of th
late Alexander St. Orr. will he married tm
Carl I.. Vletur to-day In the Hlfth Avenua
Preihyterlau CJiurch. t
Sirs. Clouch C. Overton will give a lnnoh- ,
eon to-day at flherrj's for tier dtbutanla
daughter. Ml MarKaret C. 0erMn,
Mr and Mr. Henry Aaher Hobhtna har'
left their country place In Southampton. U
I., for the Wuldorf-Aatorla, where they will
be for tho winter.
Mrs. John Astor gave a email dinner huNu
night at her house, 1025 Fifth avenue.
Itr. and Mrs Iwla H. Morrla have la(t (
TuieJo for 47 Uut fluty-seventh street.
Mrs. William liverard Ptrong ts the. 9t.
Regis until aim nuons her city house, E. Eaat
Mr. and Atrs. Udward T. "fitntesbury an
the latter'a daughter. Mrs. Walter Brooka,
Jr., are at the HlU-Carlton for a, few days. 1
Sirs. Henry C. Kmmet will give to-night
the tlrsl of ti serlrs of dinners for her debit- I
tante daughter. Miss .Mario Joube Emmet. .
Wttltam K. Vanderbllt. Jr., will aall for
nurope this morning of th Krancs.
CIIAPIN - member 20, 1013. Harriet txiulse,
widow ot Warren Chapin, aeed 75 yeara
l'uncral services ot tho residence of hor son,
llr Warrrn II. Chapin. 243 West Win si. tola
(ThurMlay) evening, November 21, at 8 P, U.
Kindly omit flofcrrs.
ULAHKi:.-()n Wednesday, at her resldaao in ,
L'anandalgua, N. V.. Laura Klltabeth, dsagb
ter ut the lata Noah Turner aud Laura ItarlU r
SI.ATl'IUlV. On Tuesday, Noverobef t. HI, ,f
John Slattcry, aged 7U years,
Solemn ieu.dl.Mii inaaa wilt bo rclebrata4tSt.
Pulrirk'k liatliedral, Thursday. NovemlMr 31, -at
10 A, M. interment, Mt. Ilaymond'i C.
tcry. WesVflieter. No Uuwera.
1U'5().N'.--Wllllttml!dln,asedSl. SeivtuMTaa '
It NitRAhCnt BCii.'TJl!Wrst 23d (nuxxOua
iiku, nt'tuiisoi, Thursday e calag. ecaac. u
IANK E. CAMPIEU. SrfC1