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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1913.
AT REID FUNERAL
One Who Ttotaiwri Ambas
sador ''aces Oik Who
AMBASSADOR REID'S BODY LEAVING THE CATHEDRAL
ITHLIC MKX IMIKSKXTj
Names Almost a Roster of'
Politics, Art. Scioncc and
rHOMIN'KNT riiKHtSY TIIKHK,
.Sri'vicp :it rnthrtlrnl of St. .lolin
tlir Divine Is Mot I m
Pdhaps Iho most lo.uitif.il mid u
ptesslvo ftinrtul sen Ire oxer hold in
tlllH city (or 11 dlMl:lgl...sioii pub n ill. U
was that rr iil .put hefoto nomi "It
day In the Cathedral of Si Imm the
Divine in or the Ihkiv of i-"i IP" i
Into nibn. 'iilnr in ill' . i S
Jatno r mi. i iiiiiii"li ioi' of ll i V u Voi n
fondue .1 ! ,- 11. k lit , p.v id
H.imni'l (".mi ! t--1 1 . -1 if V a Y.tIi
n was assisted . i li rv in. i. .if t'i(
I'ptM'npa! I'hun'i nf this Mil
idles 111 tlo I Mllr.l J-! t ' - .in 1 I OH
land, tho fuiur.il nf Vi I v s tiia-l.
Iintllh- fi ' :- In ItH IT s. l ' tr-ll'lo
tnon Who Slliln. .1' 111 - fnli'tlnt.' ( Hir
profess. mi. tin an.- uinl cniiinnri .id life
It was .-aid -ii liluv mud with np
p.itfnt trull, i Hint ii'iho iuti wlni huo
fiirurrd I.iiv' ::i tho deiclopmonl nf
ililn cnnulix mi. I n llio iiiul.iiu; of her
hlstorv !: il pisl uii.iilor of .1 ion-
t ir v lno, ,1,11! 1.1 llo ei !i",nnn!-s Ht
j 0 s 1 1 fi 1 . 1 for .Mi I than v ap
peared at nnv Min.lar occi-lnn 111 n n nl
tnf1 Slid It.nisiMoll I'tierr,
I",H .llg O.H ll .'Mill IlilllllKt 111 th'
Cjioir M.1II.1 of the 1 li.iiU'i'l V. o t!.e
I'rr." ilont of tho 1 n.. 1 Stoles. Uitii.im
il T.ifi. ; in I 1 .-rr.iiilii.i 'I'mndm'
Hons, iilt 'I'lio luitir Innl ."nt .Mt
Hold t.i I'n I 'nir: of M .hum i e, i!h
former li.ul n tallied him tltoio. And
lii" U of t io I'p -idi'iil. .imntiK his bnl
iUuil uii.f'H iiiod aide- hmiI tho-o nl tho
tjuv i 11101 -lb n-ial 1 I' I'uiiiul.i, among tho
soon t.ir.ot, and ..ttachis who mid sen cd
unci! r Mr. Ki nl mid 10 ar 'apt. 'li mont
Gnatoio i f iho I'.rlllsli irulMr Nat.il.
nil. ill had 1 1 . . ii 1-1. , Ml IP id.- lou.
liomo. woio iinn.'' r- nl ti. I'aio.int
I nttod Mali 1 Srniii'-ix .ill I m-ii liu.
with. nit mill, or t .1 ' . aio .tnii tho
llr.-i 1 ii.z.ji.- id Ann 111. 1
'Hi- ;.'lini i .itliodinl on M01 mug-lde
Heights v.... i.ni lame enough groat us
Mm kivomiii" laMmis ale. In recel.'o the
immense minions nf mon and women
who, 1 "1 rn hi iuainia:uo or irlcndshlp
with tho l.u- .inl.i.-"..iil.ir -r fiom public
tntorr.it. Miiidit uuinlssioii.
Tho caimns in' tin cathedral est!
mated that l.'lin persons sat 11'do (Pi
gmy wills mo ininh.-d with tho tapes
tries nf tho il Win I1. Among thoho
Mirr Dif toinoi-on.athos that had I iron,
in HKnan l! "" hon'T 1 t hi moinory
nf .'dr. It-Id li tho many 1.1111s and ti.
Mociiitlriii and sin'totli". to wiilh ho ho
limpid, nlfii'is -I' tlii I'liltid Mali's
nrm and nn. turn. turn of tho iHplu
iim'io i'..ii- Hi. 111 Washinct'in, friondii
of tin- limil fnniiH. ar.'ri- from tho
1 rultor .Natal anil oinplo i -m of tin Ni w
Yolk Yii'iK'H N'l'i'i .-.-al'.U admi.-s.i'll
was h iarl mid tin U'ti-rs of llio
iallndr.il ih.-'pl.i.vi 1 .1 en :it dial i f l.u' I
and iaiil in !iiil.'n; Mats tot .-irh 11
canio la,- .1 wh'i onti rod 111 tho pro.is
Of 111" U'll'.llS
l.i oat 1 1 on it 11 1 1 1 il 0.
UUlMdo tho oaihiilial tho iti noo of
9k groat 0rnv.1l t'-dlth d to tl.o wldo.iprcad
puhllo inn lot. In tho .ipaoimis finclcm
uro at Am.-toidam uvonuu and 112th
utrt'ot and in tho stioets noar hy thou
wnd.i lliuiorod to s-oo tho irm os.iion
tuid to rntoh tho faint (M'hoo.s of the
solemn sorvk'n. They Mirvoyod silently
thp Kun oaiMMim on which tho AmhaH
Badnr'H hody had ln-on home to tho
cathedral, the lllos of sailors and mu
rines und Iniantrymin w ho oompoHed
the KU'irdi and osrorts of honor, and
they Inspoclod with tho rurlonity of Now
York ttow ds tho tout; lino of nutumo
hlles and onrrlat;os arid tho mon of Bro.it
name who tamo und wont, l-uter whon
thf body was onrriod to tho firand Con
tral Station tho stroots wrro hnod with
Tho numerous nnd hoautlfnl floral
trlhutes which had hoon rorolvod hy tho
family had hoen l.iid within tho rhancol
before tho hotly was rarrlod there. One
which uttruoti'd trench attontlon was an
anchor uf white carnations and immor
telles, the oftcrlnK of t'apt. (iroatorox
nnd tho offioots and ship's rompuny nf
the crutsor Natal. Whon Mr. Kold'H body
was hornn to tho rnthedial on Friday
the anchor was tho only floral tribute
placed on the Amerlrun IIuk which
draped tho coffin. Alter the sorvice yes
terday, whon tho body was taken to
the (Irand Central Station to begin Its
journey to Sleepy Hollow tletuetery In
Tat r town, Iho anchor alor.o of the
lloral offcrlnKs was placed on the coffin.
Tribute I'rmn I'nliMo Mrn.
Near tho rentro of the chancel lay
President Taft's wreath of Japanese
Jlllrs and ex-J'ri'Hldt'Ht Itoosievi lt's trib
ute of violets and ro'-os. AmonK the
other offertiiKS that worn placed In the
chancel wrro wi oaths of orchids from
Mrs. Whlteluw Hold, Mr and Mrs. Og
dnn Mills Held and Mr und Mrs. Ok
den Mills, u wnath nf yellow orchids
from .1. I' MofKiin, ti wtoath of whltri
chrysunthemums from .lames Gordon
Hennett, wreaths from .lumes Jlryce,
Hrltlsh AmbaMHador; from Joseph It.
Chonte, from lioborl T. Lincoln, Sena
tor Hoot und from many more men
und families of distinction in this and
other countries. There wetn upward
of UiO of these lloral tributes. After
the j-crvice they wero taken to hospl
juIp. The cathedrul hlowly filled between
J0;3u A. M. und 11 A. M . the hour of
rvlco. 1'rlends of the family and rep
rcscntntlves of clubs and societies were
In their places u little In fore 11 o'clock.
As one slaneod over the conKrcmttlon
m that time one Identified ntnnnK tho
many hundniti Admiral and Mrs.
Oeorg iwe'. Mi' und Mr?. W. U
BELL 200 YEARS OLD Fl
UNDER A NEWPORT CHURCH
BpIIpvpiI to Have Hpph T'rc
Hnntpd by Qiipph Annp
!' "10. Mrs. n ,,i'd rjtt.nu Mil tiro 1
I'oiauM.n. Mi-. Twi'iiiiky, Mr. and'
.Vr-- .ii n Hi - 1 l.imiiii.n.l, Mr- Will
iam U.iltir 1 i.i-.j.s. Mr. .lioph II. I
( 'i-"ti .ii.il M: - I'lnnUo, Mr. J. din '
Si n i- .
I Ml in
Mn II. y M fiillom of
M.'. lb- 11. S!ot:.' Mi-si
M:. and Mr.'. lto!iert
U'liiin.i, Mr. and .Mil
WhiiUoy. .Mis. Joseph ,
iinl Mis Tliomiis Nol..iii
Mrs. Soth Low. MIm
ll-nry I 'utter. Mrs.
I ro n.
. Il kl!"
' I' . 'Ii" l.'. Ml .mil Mrs. William
t rr.. t,or. Mts Morris K. Josui'. Mrs.
.in in.. .111. I Ti.Hiisend liurlon III-'
b.iiiL'. T doirv Mr. I"l!nit K shop
.nl M's 1 1 in imati. liiii. llotao,
irtf 1-. 1. 11 ail Far raum . e-(Jni md
Mr-. John A. P;, l.oe MiiTuni;, M.i Tor
Go:: Thomas II. Harry. 'ommandor of
t o p. inr.iiii'iit of the Ila.-t. and stall:
.Vr- ,-h. lli 'ld l'jiili. Mr. und Mis
Amir, w 1 ' it ii. clo, Mr. and Mrs. Homy
I'll., .Mr and Mis. Murr.o Yoiinir, M.s'
1 1, l.u lira 1. lrof and Mr. K. Iiin r.
It. I.i Iflilon I'a-Us. W'iCilaw Itold ,
Alb ii. Pi', and Mis. W'-l'. r ll. James.
Nai'iaiin 1 Tuttle. I'u-idont Arthur T
I'lid-j of Yule and Mrs lliull.n. Mr
and .Mr iienree S ltnwd"in. Mr and
Mr-. I'lduurd l. Ail.ims, Mr. and Mrs
S I'liir .Mi Kohvay, .Mr. and Mr-.'
Arti tnu.- II. Il ilmos. II. C. r.Oincstoilt, I
M-. and Mi ". i) Alexander, Mis. !
J ihn J. Mn'onk. e-.Mayor and Mrs. 1
(jecrKo II Mii'loll.in lir. and Mrj. John
hibt'.in. Mr-. Hoh.rt llaoon. Mr. and
Mr-. Henry ('. White. Dr. and .Mrs.
1'itil Th-rudlri.'. Mis riiarlos 11 llaid-
win. the Hew Ur. and Mrs. Man In It. 1
Villi -lit. Mls llvelut livrd llurdi'ii, j
Lilly Herbert. Mrs. Augustus Div. Mr j
nid Mr-. r..fniliiu Yiiudorbli:. Mr. und
Mr IT. d' r:. I; W. Ynnib rbllt. Mr. ami
.Yirs. .ward Wib'. Adu.ili Uelln, Mr. .
and Mis. iller Js-lm. Mr-, tlord di
.Mm Ll. nald. Mr. and Mr- u.iier (J mid
.1 nnini:-. Mr. and Mrs. '. D. Uarnos, '
.Mr-. '!. .Ti. s Harney, Mrs. Archibald '
A.eatid. r. Mr and .Mrs. John K. I'.ir- '
sun-, I' liiiiia A M '.inn. .Mr. und .Mrs.
F HL'orwitt Webb, Major t'reinhtoir
Wel.b." Mr. and Mis. Anhlbald Hucers, !
Mr- llihiiiind I'onfi.id. Mr. and Mm.
ioinlil Hum, Mr and Mrs. Herbert U ;
Hitteilee, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Morvan. I
J . , Mis 11. II. Harrlm'in. Miss Susan ,
Frelinirruysou Eserton Wlnthrop. Mm, j
Hlchard Unmbli . .Mrs, I.. L. Wilmordlu-, .
Mr and .Mrs. J. A. Murray, Mr. andj
Mrs. Harry It. Holllns, Mr. and Mrs.
John Innos Kane, MIhs Helen Miller 1
Gould. Mrs. Henry Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore ltnufove!t, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. It. Fulton Cuttlnif, Mr. and Mrs. I
i'endletnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. tieoixe l.
Hlles. Mr. find Mrs. John S. I'hlpps.
President John ll. Finley of the City I
Folleiro, riiancellnr Ulmer K, Brown of
New York I'nlversliy and L)oan Vlr
I'lilvemllr IIKenU Prernt.
In addition to these were the HefteuU
of tho Fniveislty of the State of New
York, of which Mr. Hold wag Cnancellor.
These were Dr. St. Clair McKelway, the
Vlcii-Cliancellor; Chester S. Lord, Will
iam NottlnKhum, KiiKene A. I'hllbln,
Francis M. Carpenter. Adelbcrt Moot
und Lucius N. Llttauer. Near these
were the lepresentatlveH of the Slate
Kducatlon Department, AuBiistus Down
ing. First Deputy (.'ommlnsloner;
Charles F. Wheelock, Second Deputy
Commissioner, nnd Thomas K. Finegan,
Third Deputy Commissioner.
In the main body of the cathedral
also wero the representatives, of clubs p
and societies. There were represented
the Lotos Club, of which Mr. Held was
president for many yours, the Hepub- .
Ilcun Club, the New F.nitluiid Society,
the New Y'ork I'ress Club, the Chamber ,
of Commerce, the I'llgrlnis Society, the
Ohio Society, the Delta Knppu KpHllou
Fruternlty, St. Andlew's Society, the
i'luyors Club, the Metropolitan Museum
of Arts, tho Union League Club, the
Committee on I 'ouch, St. Davld'a So-
clety and the St. Hegls Club.
fJccupylng front rows on the nave
nlslo on tho north were Hrltlsh
Ciinsul-Clenerul Hennett und his iluff,
und behind these were twenty-live sail
oih from the cruiser Nutul, Also pluced
prominently In front were the ofllcers
of the American battleships Florida and
The rilgilms of Great Hrltaln wero
repiesniited by Sir Hrnest Slmckleton,
C. V. O., the south polar explorer; while
Georgo T, Wilson and others wero a
delegation from the American Pilgrims.
Among tho club delegations wbh one
fromthu Lotos which Included Frank Ti.
Lawrence, John Harscn Uhnades, John
Klderkln, William T. Kvuns, Melville K.
Stone, Arthur Warren. Andrew Cur
negle, Wtilter K. Frew, Klbrldge O.
Know. Carroll Heckwith, William Herri,
Adolph s. t)chs, Clinton W. Sweet, IIuw
aril K Hiiinis, William M. Chase, Irv
ing Hutchcllcr, James Creelman, F. A.
Diinekn. Striihon FKko. Henri Waltor-
soii. IMivard C. Htugs. Jam -s .-i. jor.
liilnu Ii Wales and I'M-di i n U S
I nlitn I. mane Hoti'irntliiii.
From tho t'nlon l.nunio C!ub ther
wero Joseph II. I'hoato, Chaiin. -i M
Dep. w, II. .raw I'.irter. Ilil'iu Ko-i.
GinrKo 11. Sheldon. A l!ir on Hepburn.
.1 I'iirjMHit Murr.in. Iliiitv Caws,
.liioeph II. Gay. i'h ule.1- K Gieu-'i.
eh irlos 1: Itushmnre and S.iiuiiel W
(if tliOM- who-o s.m.s ( re la th"
choir s'alls. 1 -I'ri -id-nt ll iou lt md
Mrs lloo-ii 'It nir. el larli Willi M..
and Mrs. I'juel.is liobin-nn thv s.ir
la the Hist row of the second .-cc!l"!i
ot the south choir .-Uill.-. w hi:- n-'
far from them in the Miuih .-;alU worn
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W Ta!t A r i-s
th- chancel. In t'10 Mrst row. wh-r-Prisldeiit
Taft - pl.no was. wr- '',,;
11 C Lnvth'-r. roinesi-mliig 'in li.ner-nor-Ge
ioral nf t '.ltl.nl 1. Il " I'llk- of
Coiinatight. Not many months ago c '.
l.nMthor as aldo d- .1 111 ; . had .10 m
l.iiiled the Duke and Puehess nf Con
n.iught and tin? Princess PutrlcLt mi
th- mi m.irable visit nhhh ;h- royal
party P'lld to Mr. and Mrs. Whit-law
Hold at their home in this ilti. I'.aik
nf the llrst run- of the north choir
stals Were seated the President's uiiK
Cipt T. M. Potts, t S. N.. and M.iJ .r
Thoma I:. Ithoud. wl.n Chandler Ha.e,
Third Secretur.i of Stale, Secretary of
the Treasury MacViu.- 1. I'osini.isior
lieneral Hltihcnck, Wil'intn l';.l!l!ps
Hear Admiral Aann U ard. c, 1 II. nry
D Ii-irup. Col. H 1. S'.-uim. c.ipt.
Gibb.ns. polancoy K. .lav. Ly.h 11 .t.
Stoailnian S. Haul;.- and Arthur ' rr.
all of whom had seried under Am
bassador Hold us .CI etudes ,,f I.-u.i-tlnn
or uiillt.iry attaches Among the
clergymen who u In this part 'f th
choir .stalls was the Hev John Henry
.lowett of the Fifth Aleiuie l'resl,.
t-ri.iu Church, dipt, firm in and his
otlkors nf the cruiser Natal 1. id -eats
In tho north choir stall- on tho left
of the chancel
High up In the clcrcy stalls on the
right of the I'li.nu'i 1 were the trus'.os
of the Cathedral of ft, John the Dlvlii".
George McCuliouKh Miller, Charles V
Hofrman. J. Hoosevelt Hooncvolt and
I'rralrtent Kntrm Jolt Ilrfnre Xrr
lee. lYesldent Taft entered a few minutes
before the service was commenced Ho
was escorted to his seat by Ogden Mills
Held und Ogden Mills son and brother-in-law
respectively of tho lute Am
bassador Kx-Presldent Hoosevolt did
not turn his eyes towurd Mr. Tuft th-n
or thereafter, so far as was observable,
and Mr. Taft did not Indhate by glance
or movement that he knew Mr. House
velt was facing him.
At h few minutes pan 11 oclock the
funeral procession entered tho cathe
dral. The body of Mr. Held wan curried
from the crypt, near Hlshop Potter's
burial place, where It hud been guarded
all night by marines. The coffin rested
on the shoulders of eleicn petty oli'l
cers from tho battleship Florida in
churge of Lieut. H. K, Hewitt. The
escort of soldiers, sullors und murines
formed In thu cathedral enclosure.
As tho cathedral orgunlst, Miles Far
ron, begun to pluy the llrst notes of
the Chopin funeral march the cathe.
dial cruclfer, Willis Knighton, led tho
procession toward tho chancel, holding
aloft the golden cross. Following him
came tho choir and then the clergy, led
by Canon Little nnd Archdeacon Kmery,
the Hev, H, T. Henshaw of Christ
Church, N. Y., und Canons Douglas
und Nelson of the cathedral. Following
these walked Dean Wllllum M. Gros
venor and the Hev. Howard (.'hauler
Hobblns, rector of the Church of the
Incarnation. Next In the procession
were Hlshop Courtney, Hlshop Leonard
uf Ohio, Hlshop Wllllum Hoyd-Carpen-ter,
canon of Westminster Abbey, rep
resenting the British clergy, and the
Hlshop of Now York.
Then came tho pallbearers, long time
friends of tho latu Ambassador, Philan
der C, Knox, James Hryce, Senator
Hoot, Senator Lodge, Judge Gray, Hour
Admiral William Sheffield Cowles, Hurt
Lyman, Donald Nicholson, Joseph II.
Choute, Chuuncey M. Depew, J, Pler
pont Morgan, Hubert llucon, William
Douglas Bloano, Hubert T. Lincoln, John
Cudwaludcr and Henry While.
Cottn Draped With Flnr.
The body of Mr. Held, tho coffin
draped with n largo silk American flair,
wus next In the procession, borne, by
tho petty officers of tho Florida, nnd then
camo the members of Mr. Hold's
The members f n, family party
who took scuts within the chancel ltu-
iiie'l ut eli oppn-lte Prenoiit T.I ft Uf re
Mi-. Heul, ' igdeii Mi. is Ileal Mr mul
Mis ogden Mills, Mr nnd Mr.-, ogden
I. Mills. Mr and Mi-. Ileiity Carmine
I I d l'S. Mrs. .hums I. H.il riitian. M:-
ili'i.i C Hlshop. Mr. and Mrs Ansel
lli.-t.in. Mr and Mis Hubert I'.ieiett
Siniih. Mis Malcolm D. Whitman nnd
M - I nis ( 'uiiiiingl'..iiii The members
nl th family who sal u-ai inn-James
1 " I'.lshop, Mr. and Mrs Heber II.
M-hop, Mr. and Mrs .1. 1' P I.iniei.
Mi ami Mrs. Mums Tailor and F.dgar
After the la-t Mralns of the march
tin 1- was an .ilti rvul of pi rfect silll-
II. -s Then the l:.v. Hoivard ('hauler
Itohl.in.- road tho St t.tein es. after which
tl.o i holr sane m ' 1 turns fiom the
Tl.u '.y-ninth and NuntioMi Psalms.
TI.- I.e. on, taken 110111 the Fiftionth
chapter of the First Ilpistlo of St. Paul
in tl.o Corinthians, was load by P. an
'nl- the choir sane the anthem from
'Th. Lihlu of the Woild." by Sulhiali.
tl !mrcj.-.iilo!i stood ami thou liishop
1 1. nil of 1 d'to read the I'reid atid the
'Ir.i.-irs. Til-re was aimthor brief In-t-rial,
followed by the sinning of Hymn
I'mnrllr Hymn In Viiun.
The 111 st part of tho committal service
Ha- read by Hlshop llod Carpenter,
while th- second part nns road b
Hi.-l op Greer, who al-n pinnnutieod tho
gr:ni". Immediately after this tho choir,
sang a hmn by Chndw ick, of which
Mr Held was fund.
I: InpMh inw In ever-, li-art. 1
ll'.' hear It eh an1 nil
A .nr,K of thou- h Hnitt.r not,
liunti.r niij- cU !
The llrst to lonvo the cathedral was
President Tuft Ho roso Immediately
.after the benodlrtlon and the Dresden
Amen. Tho imdy was carried out of
, tin cuthi drill 11s the orgnnlst plaed the
"pi ud March" from "Saul"
H'onrted by the sailois and marines
from the battle-hips and tho nniy ynid
.1 ml bv the Infantrymen and uocoiupnnii d
hi the pallbearers, the family and a few
Immidlate friends of the famlt. the
body was taken to the Grand Central
Station There wa- one company of
marines each fiom the kutloshlps Con
necticut, Florida and North Dakota, tin
ercott of sailors from the Florida and
u det.M'hment of Infantrymen from Fort 1
The procession formed nlong Amster
dam nvenue on the west side of the
cathedrul enclosure und proceeded ucross
lU'th street to Fifth avenue und south
on Fifth uvenuo to Fifty-third street,
when- it turned to Madison nvenue,
passing the Held homo at Till Mndlson
avenue. Thence it proceeded through
Fiftieth street to Park nvenue and to 1
tho Gtand Central Station. It wua '
placed on board a special train nnd borne
to Tarrytown for burial In Sleepy Ho.
Whiteliuv Held to nlcht tests In the
'.lull of 1 1 1 i.-.li 11 .Mills lu iho S' lpy
Hollow I'liiHirv Tho ei emnnn - at
tending the burial iii 11 i-r snnp'o
Tin funeial train from New York
ii allied T.i 1 ri tow 11 about 11. lb' The
pi oc-s.sioll, I olisislini; nf Mm lll'il i s. a nil
ten i.iriiaces pimoidid up lirnaduay
m it Me In .oil s l.ni soman's bridge,
.past tho old Imtch I'huiihuiid Into the
! 1 emi'tcry. Tin- collln was can led Into
I the lault. win r- brkf soriiccs were
, b-ld Th- 1 'in 111 it fill son Ice was read
In the ;-i. Iloiv.iid c Hnbbms nf the
Church ! lnouriiatliin find the praier
, a in I blisslug iiii- otterid b th- Uci.
' It Talbot P.ogi is
Mrs Held w.th her son stood at tho
n ail of the collln atul otln r iiietnoi rs of
I the family stoml near Alter the cite
1 moiiy. which nnupiid about live
.minutes, the numbers w.thdiew.
' Lame eriiiuls enngregntod ut the
I station and u'-o at the cemetiry and
j Manx In the i'!'.io w-re idacod at half
mast. Mr !!( id s body lies Willi, n on
'hundred feet id' that of Washington
1 In lug.
I BODY RESTS IN MILLS VAULT. '
Simple Serrtre for Mr. field In'
sleepy llnlloiT fi'mrlrr),
TAHnvTow.v, Jan. 4. Tho body of 1
TAMMANY CAPTAIN FINED.
M11M I'nv H-ll After llefiiaiil In Kn-
iiit Suciiiniiti to I'ourf.
.I.iiiliios Spiegel, a '1 11111111:111 e iii'-iinn
dutrlet miit'iin of lli- llniTii, who Hiouvht
h- s iiniiiiiiio (rem iihoving nmrt order,
Win fined t yestenluv bv ( Iti four' Jus
tice Green for loiiloiapi of mart, und Mas
i ouimiMeil lo l.udlo.1 -iri'ot jail uiiill ho
P'le III- Illl"
Siei.1 'ins dlroeied 10 appear in the
( Hy lour' 10 ti-'ily :i- 10 hi- ablhiv 10 ..y
a i.nU'iiieut for $.'.0 o'camed ug.iiiit hun
Mo didn't iiid ear, and aim fulled to nppeir
when an order 'i.i- -eriml direetirg lain
10 Mum 1 au-e why lie shouldn't be p'lli'-hed
for eoiiieiiijif ol unirl Me as ariied
and luKeu before .lu-tiee (liicn bv n dop iiy
Slibvel -wore that no order- in the ni v
Innl 11 or lieeli I l od mi lam 'I lie iniii.
-eri.i. Mm i".v 11-I - t 1 1 n. ( 1i1.1i viiioii
l'i -I't vod -ipi-i-i'l 111 iMd Mreet and I'ldrd
a 1 n i -iu.'sol -aid
I dua 1 base 1.1 pnv nnv atteniiiiii lo -in l,
order- I'm, a I iiniii.iny captain i.uder
I.e-ldiT I re.l llillliiirie- '
lii-n.. i.reen in Piiiiur spieeel ..dd
"Sluegei fop i'liiii'iii.' und I hue lin dindit
llni Ii- -.ml iix.uih ,i 1, 1 t.'ii 11101 1 b iho
process -erier.lh ii ho diit not hue lo euro
for the orders of Mil scour I He Is mistaken.
FRAUD CHARGE IN STOCK SUIT.
ClrvrlHmt Ph ulelnn's Wife UoilRht
From .lohn D. On ens.
Supremo Court Justice Amend yesterday
refused to strike out allegations of fraud
made by Mis Gertrude llonilno, wife
of n prominent leveland Hiirgeon, In a
suit itiruiii).i .lohn It (luein, president of
the r.nipiro I'loor and Tile Company of 13;
West Twenty-Ilfth street, who recently
reinored here from Ohio, whore ho was
a politlclnn of iulliienee
lu her complaint Mrs lloffllno alleges
that In HM7, when Owens was president
of the Zatiosvlllo Tile Companv he
represented that all the $:tio,inio t'upltal
stock hud been sold at taee mine for cii-h
exiept J'.i.oik) worth, nnd Induced her to
buy that Ho also lold her the eompanv
lind earned $:.n,oou not prollts .Mrs. HohliiM
say that n low months lifter she bought
the M01 k the eompiiiiy went Into the hands
of a receiver, and she not only leeelved no
dividends but has lieon uu.ihle to disnose
of her stock
w MAUL f-wtt-uu-ra
Grande AIaison de Blsnc
We call particular attention to the very
large reductions in FRENCH UNDERWEAR.
Remainder of CHILDREN'S COATS and
HATS at half price.
308 FIFTH AVENUE, 32d Street
Nkwport, H. I.. .Inn. 4. There has,
recently been found here a bell bearing
the date of 1702 und marks that would
Indicate that It one time belonged to .
Queen Anne and was presented by her I
to Trinity Church of this city. '
The bell has been stored nway fori
years under n stage In the church nulld
hall. While a few knew that there waR
nn old bell there, no one thought that
It was of any Importance until It was
hauled nut and examined by the Hev.
Stanley C. Hughes, now rector of the.
parish, a few days ugo.
It has the appearance of being made j
of bronze and silver nnd Is In an ex-'
cedent state of preservation. It Is two j
und a half feet high and besides tho
date has u broad arrow mark, which Is
understood to have been on all the hells
glien by Queen Aline to the American
Another bell the church got from I
(.Jueen Anne whs melted up some years i
ago and used in moulding another, now,
u-od In the church clock. No record of 1
the other bell tan be found.
Atuillur Trinity Church historic relic j
has aim recently com" to llirhi. Years
jiro in Iho chancel there were two quaint
mahogany nnnrhalrs that Ind been
brought from ICngl.ind. These later wore
stored nw.u and when the late Henry
Morgan Stone w.ir rector he found one
and jiut It In use again, No trace of the '
other ihalr could be found tint tl Ibis
week, when a loial dealer In antl'iues
found It In his shop He has since pre
sound It to the church.
DR. G00DELL TO QUIT CALVARY,
Trnnnferrril to SI. Iei ill's n. j,
umcini nnnouncemeni win i.e
In St. Paul's und Culvnry chut, in.,, tRl)
of the largest Methodist churelirj jn
America, ut both services In-day th4.
the ttev. Dr, Onirics L. Gondii! n,,'
leave f'nlvnry to become pastor nf
Paul's. Negotiations have l.e-n iniTl,
on for two or thrie days, nnd i.it Vf,
nlng formal approval of the transfer
was made by Hlshop Luther It Wiium,
The change is unusual, from r.
large church to ntiother In the f;(rr,
city, und arouses the greatest imrren
among New York Methodists,
"Calvury Is a heavy burden of nnrk
said Dr. Goodoll, "and I have nrrlM
It for years. On tho West Sid- I tniu.
have work hotnewhut more in rnv u;
lng and perhaps somewhat earner
Paul's has 11 peculiar need nnd entrant
Unary cull. It Is a great renin
In 11 wnl smnllnr f hi. ti lnlfni-i i.
morr of a home or family congregation
I will welcome the change, even If j
do work qtlltr ns hard,"
CARNEGIE GIFT IS READY.
Will Send T.-,0,OUll n, sn Pruni l.,,
Ilesplle TslU of I'nlni."
s'.is' PniNrtsco, Cat Jan 4 4mlr
Ciiniale. xr th 110 refetenro to 'ho lnrj
dlsnis"ion as lo iho nth nlillltv ,
eeillnK "tin. iled meiiei " fnp puhl e j,y..
I ns. s, will -end th- first lnlnlniee nf
tho fTfill OO'I ll'l'ili I I nlT.lfil for lh
rieetloi of a public I, loan hi th i"v
.lumes l I'lirlan foitiii r M;inr
limv .1 Illunri Iril-loe of San Krin. n
noiiitlv iislted the tfil in iKHHt'
York innl to-d.11 a teller will'e. n
IWIS l.'OO'lol b; I'lo I '11,1 . li... n
iihleh l.i ii Unit '.1 nosh' v t
li.ilf tin ;i oi'H.nt Inni'oil 11I1 ' 1 1 ,
liHiMnOe IIS IS TiifUl'Oi
I'hohin snips 'lu' i n .1 ,.a r,i
rofoieine to tin ioli:-i,in-o nf s.
ooIoImIs in hoc pi toe g f in ' 1 1
had P. en Mibniit 00 1.. tie ii. . A- ,
si ee'lil rlr ' ml alill ll III i i
lli' in Tho .(i a r-a li 1 n . I
l?r,,nee fin ipf n(,,.., , ,,,, f ,r a
bonds and will ralo J'lOoi'Ort nine
BECINNING THIS MONDAY
The Most Impressive Series of
inaugurated by us this season every
floor in the building offering its BEST
At Half and Less Than
Half Former Prices
Since the apparel we offer is fresh and new,
having been made up only recently from surplus
stocks of foreign silk and wool materials into
models that but recently were brought over from
Paris (and which will be selected by many
women for early Spring wear), these values will
prove all the more attractive
Fur Coats and Matched Sets
at One-third to Half Off
Discriminating women will appreciate this as the best
opportunity offered this Winter to purchase really fashion
able Furs of rich, lustrous qualities at mere fractions of
their actual value.
Fashionable Tailor-made Suits
Many of them beautifully trimmed with fashionable furs
all of them greatly reduced
At 28 5 At $38 wr5
At $50 W At $65 "A25
Plain and Fur-trimmed Coats
At $22 Value to $45 At $35 Valuaa to $75
At $45 Valuu US to $100
Gowns for All Occasions
Very late models from such famous designers as Callot,
Cheruit, Beer, Paqutn, Worth, Poiret and Francis
At $45 Valuat to $95 At $55 Valuu to $125
At $65 Valuat to $150 ;i At $85 Value to $175
Smart Walking Dresses
Of corduroy, velvet and charmeuse
At $15 wrff At $25 WS-,S$53S
Mostly fur-trimmed models, by Premet, Poiret, Paquin,
Callot and Cheruit
At $35 w'oU55 At $45 wtr,9
At $55 liff At $65 W
Chiffon and Net Blouses at .'7.50
War $25 to $55 J
Millinery at Clearing Prices
At $7.50 ,2's At $10 At$15
.Vo ftU tooJs tint on ippttfl, tutrtti or txchanftJ