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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, IMS.
49 BABIES LINE UP
IN HEALTH CONTEST
Hicir N'i'omN ami Trnliirrs
nidu tlie Most Kntlni-Mii-in.
Prize Babies in the Harlem Contest
1 OF MISSOURI IS DEAD
TO-MORROW (MONDAY) AT 8:30
nd Tunday ni(fht at the some hour.
WINS FIRST VWVAV.
.iiiln'v .liKopli Keller Oofs 99
oi u i Two Oirls flivo
1 1 i tn n Unco.
,f U. ... .lt 111 a room,
f it i ., .! Miroit.leil In ulnrtm,
I' i I e" u'ippv anil roleplnred,
pff 'Mp 11' ttv:i t '.nlit vae rlmipd
1U. .! ' I!'"' of Lexington
Tr.e "' 1,rt,,v contests which
are hfin-.' "VBatu.i'il ly the NVvv York
CnliJ WVl'.uv t'omniltto" was held yes-tfrJayinili-
iMiUltoi'lum of Public School
;01, on 1 1 ltl mri'ot west of I.ex
nct:n avoirtc. It wi n nelphhorhood
contest. I'.nil 'il to lho?o who live In tho
For me llr; time in theJfl parts In a
rsoy ciMcm tlio JuilRi- paid no attention
to cur'.v lu'.r r lool;.. It was n health
cnr.toft. lrf m itcil in tho intercat of liy
Klc'n. ami tl'e JuiIkc confined h'.mjplf to
. ins 'of lii'.ilth. A fcoro card hud been
'-YanJl fir l,,n' "ml 1,0 followed 'l'1"
,ti mtKli tit'' tl county Judges of
cf tatti" vvoish participants.
m irinJtPd babies nan ueen entered
'-. tile 'nti't. but fifty-one of these had
i-ion eltnlmted In preliminary tests.
veral ore niiMtlons. chiefly tho Moth-l-t
M .iinlety of l.'.TS Lexington nvo
n ic 'and 'lie Now York Milk Committee,
j'n'ncd in 'he movement to make the
s'falr a iicce. nnd It cerulnly was n
,',:. m Judso by the enthusiasm
Tho i.irce room In which the contest
wa. held wa fitted with exactly forty
r'r.V chairs, placed behind rope. In tho
j-rp:r ttlnns It looked like nothlnc so
iii'jch tis .t "round robin," which Is a
fivr'te even' In some of our up to dato
Bihlnd each bnby stood an eager
fftir.d usually a small sister or red
stive. pTlt nc ut baby's hair ribbon,
mOiitUnt: down baby's best bib and
i-Kfr and every now and then hand
rsc ;p the bottle so that baby would
re mmiv'sed and refreshed by the tlmo
Ur Rocer H Dennett, of the New York
mi:'-, committee, who was nolo Judiw,
Bl.lr.d th" (.econd stood one. orsome-
rT" t" i or three who ucted as traln-
one of thesf wa always tho
j.riud mother-"; the others aunts or
mi tit t- rs. The seconds and trainers
w.r( ,irr.w,.,i for the occasion an much
t. i k r enirw
T nelchborhood Is distinctly Yld
(!;. and the contest was expressly nr-
Mixed f"r Hnirllsh and Mddlsh con
I'lncards adorned the walls of
v innms .Mttside thnt ln which
-. fv'liiblt was held which 'tnted in
t rnuases elementary principles of .
m i i.rit.i-lrln- 1
Mlli;il III" ..r,
up hei'-'hy children.
Dr I'ennett did his work with a
nra ire a pair of scales and keen
Beauty took no place at nil In
' o-'mate. except that plow which
'a s with perfect health. The hcor
iP.i vstem had ben arranged on a 100
f r.' bas's and arransed as follows:
(' r 'tit'epnee of chest lj
I'r'iif, eten-'e of abdomen u
Q'ja'.tv nf k n
Q'jui.tv of rriiselis f.
Bc-e e' siiull. spine, chest, limbs, feet. D
iip. f entail!"
M-Rf" aid of "t'S
tilajw. at I nz- of lorehead. .........
snare mid position of ears......
Pater, v ,.f r.ose
N'jtr,ir n.ipe. t?.e and condition of
I'nelal nod Ocular.
A't":v n .
V- - to had examined each baby
''. :v Dr. Dennett would make a
n marl: on his score card and
r- . , 'tie next baby,
1 n babies even prlz babies,
a - p.rfeet v capable of producing a
.-ne of sound whlcn would only
' T,rl!ir,. wit), forty-ntno of tho largest
ar.d bej,t calliopes all blaring at once,
h fie baules yesterday wer not peace
4.i'irviers txcept when the photogr-rsrhe-s
git to work. Then th seconds
'" . d immediately get busy with bot-
' ata'n and soon quiet would fill
'i ' ti.r
F-" benellt of any other mother
t.o the oniy perfect baby let It
tvr. 'en hero-
T ire was not a perfect baby In the
rtn 'he perfect Fyntem of 100 points
n it. winner got 93 points and the
"irr. 'a'.'-d htlnw down to SO points.
T.i vi.t'-ier of the first prize, which
nf ' -. v...- mug (for milk), ws pon
ilirn .jv announced to be. Andrew Jo
- '"w whom announcement card
! I 'm Joeph, Inst half a point on
t .nnl half a point on helpht. For
' 'her points named on the score
1 r.. cot ,i perfect score.
" is !' months old, the son of
W ' im K Keller of 2 West 136th
He is fat and sturdy, with black
. ilr and red cheeks. Pressed
' ti ii . f laro tho boy ait and Kitr-
i ''l ..ftfrnoon.
r" l.nu.-ti'.s seronil selection, picked
r' 1 '" minion with a silver fork,
'"if .ul spoon, was n girl, Esther
rre ii-i, nn, 15 months old. Eathsr nlsn
rai (urlv hair nnd deep dimples
n ti e f.lt nn lt,r cheeks. She Is tho
'laUEhter of Mih, Hilda Kreedman, 1576
Hnher got OS points, losing a half
point each on weight, helirht and chest
and abdomen circumference. For all
tli other measurements she wbh per
'ct. Her height In 31 U inches, her
w'lght 2C5 pounds and her chest and
aMomen measure 9 lncheji.
The other prlta winner was also a
trtrl. She was Margaret Hanauer. 1
year old, She Is the daughter of Mrs.
Margaret Hanauer of UJ9 Avenue A.
3he ha nine teeth. Bhe loat half a
Point each on height, weight and ab
dominal measure and a full point on
chest measure. Her hetrht ll 11 Inches.
hr weight is 25ft pounds and her oheit
ana ttvaBM-sPeuura l neBW'
'i(jf'' . 'a ljft
I'hotocrnph by l'nrtrwonit & t'mtrrwooJ,
From left to rifiht in front arc: First prize,
SALISBURY'S DAUGHTER WEDS.
Westminster Aliliej CiiiiMlril lit Iter
MHrrlnce to Orntsliy-Cnre, l. I'.
Sprnal rttt,i' l)fitnU t TiiK Si v
I.ovpi).'.'. April li Houtrlcp. the elder
daiiKhlff of the Marnul f SnlU'iury.
was married to-day In Westminster Ab
bey to W. ! A Ortnsby-Gorc. n mem
ber of the Itouso tif t'oniinons.
A laii;e mimbi-r of dWtlnpulshed peo
ple nnd members of the nobility at
tended the weddlnc. Including Fevcial
members of the Cecil family; William
Waldorf Astof, the t'ountess of i:.ve.
nnd A, ,t Ualfour, former leader of the
The Archbishop of Canterbury, who
was expected to olllcl.ite. was 111 and the
ceremony was performed by the Mlshop
of Saint Asaph.
Tho bride wore a macnifleent sown
of Ivory satin. She was attended by ten
bridesmaids, who were gowned In pink
t.atln. Viscount Kbrlnston was the best
The weddlns reception was held in th" ,
Sallsburv town u.anslon In Arlington i
street. The honeymoon will lie sp nt I
at Itest Harrow. Ptudwich. lent by Mr.
and Mrs. Astor. The Klr.R nnd Queen
pae beautiful Jewelry as weddlnp pres
ents. Mnrb Jltlljer.
Mt Lillian Ililer. daughter of Mrs.
.Junies Hsiikiu lllllyerof l.'l William street,
I)at OrHtiKe. and I' lieodore McCurdy
'.Marsh, also of Kast Oraiue, were married
at (i race Church In that city nn Ihiirsilay
i'vcnmir by the Itev h.ules i Walkl-y.
the rector Mrs Harold ltavmond Medina
of Nov.- I oik. ii s,ter of the brnlo. wi.s
I.,,,,- i h.. l,,l. ...o ...U u..r..
the Mies I'lirabeth Hnldin. Margaret
Clnr'no, I huor (astle, Maruaretta Wyllv.
Aitrie 'Ivler and Helen hmlth 'I he beet
man was I'rol (.laienie W Meiulell of
Yale 1 niver-iu lereptlnti followed
at the Inline of the bride s mother Ml.
and Mr Msrh will live at 31 Hampton
'I erraee, I list t'ranse
Mi-is I. tuelil.e A'tel (audi, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Charles .) i aniida. and
William llvde W neeler ere married ves.
terday at tho home of the bride s parents !
In hunuiilt. N ! 'I he. ceremony was per- J na" Ioun" SQ,n, . r . , .He was a man of lonslderable vim
formed by th Hev hrnent M ttire. n'ctor I Ubernllv. but he was coy nlout givinkl,.ut that ,P(i1(.,i wn8 too ,m!, h
of St 'IhonniB's I hureh. New- orl Mirs.out their names. I for him
Cauda etiten'd tho fiovwr tilled room w here 1
the ceiMinouy was performed with t.or
sinter, ML." AiiBellue I alula, as her brides
uitdd. After a shmt wedding juurtiey
Mr and .Mrs Wheeler will mal,o tl elr liotn-i
In Summit, where Mr. Wheeler Is In bum.
Miss hlhyl ' MacOregor of Delhi. N V ,
was man led yesterday afternoon to Itus.el
Dyer Owen of New Vork at the home of the
brideroom'a uncle. Albert Owen, at Maple
wood, N .1. 1 Ii" llev. Miner Nel-ou invert
HARVARD CLUB'S NEW MANAGER.
nrrnaril Kllrka Snlla lo TnUe Hotel
I'osltlon In Ituaaln.
Iternaid Kllcks. for the last ht months
manas-er of tho Harvarl cmb, sailed
estitlay on the HainburK-Ametlcan liner
Ainerlka to be manager of the fir.md
Hotel at Lodz, llutsla. Mr. Kllcks Is the
ton of the owner of the Continental Hotel
In Herlln. who sent his two mn. Her
nard and (Junthm, to learn American
hotel methods. CJunther la now a rlerk at
the Pliua. Iternard bad ben a cleik In
the Hotel Knickerbocker, tho Tuxedo Club,
assistant manager of th St. ltegis and a
clerk nt the Hit: Carlton.
F. I Dfishon succeeds htm as manage!
of the Harvard Club
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
GEonnic W. Qi'intahd. Iron manufac
turer, left an estate estimated at more
than l.O0n,00n. Hh gave, lloino each
to his sisters-in-law. Mary C Hoyt and
Anna V. 1'aviin. and Jlu.onO each to Maria
Merrltt, Kate Qulntard and Mury Quln
tard. A grnndson, Heorge W. Quintal d,
gets 1100,000 outright when he Is 25, and
two other grandsons, Frank and (leorge
H.U., rorelvn 125.000 Cacll. A POIl-ltl-
law Nicholas K. I'alnier, gets J20.000 The
reMlduary estate Is left In trust to Oelos
McCurdy and Nicholas V. I'alnier us
trusteis. One part goes to l.uura Adeln
l'almer, a daughter, and her heirs, und the
other to the children of u deceased son,
James W. Qulntard They are Mrs.
I'l'iinces Safford Cat lioclmii, Maude I
Qulntard. Oeorge AV. Quintal d and Mor
enco Mcdregor Jlnwlnnd
i,.,.ei,T 11. ik The executors under the
will of Hobeit Hoo tiled an accounting
showing that they have received u,.y . J
from the snlo or rein mimr, ,,
from the sale of personal property and
$32'.i.SSC from debts collected. They have
paid $1,557,019 to legatees. Tho executors
have real estate worth $3,100,000 s II un
sold. The threo salea of the Hoe library
In 1011 netted $3'J,ao, nan mo mm
later Bales brought $032.C!H net,
Danihl, S. U Gunninu, who was killed
by falling from a window In tho Touralne
Hotel In Boston on ama"'
tea i7 tn i.ia uiater. Amy Ciunnlng Koch-
ester Mrs. Itochester mado an affidavit
In which she said that her father was
killed In tho mountains of Chile in 18119,
when she was a years old. Hhe said that
a mining man came to her home In bora-
toga Springs In isos ana ioiu nor m
her father had left her and her brother
a mlno called tho Black Cat He offered
her l50 for her share and alio sold It
but her brother wouldn't sell.
Tesaperatare Ib Atlamtle Cltr,
Atlantic Citt, April 11. The tempera
ture waa It here at noon to-ay.
Joseph Keller; second prize, Esther Friedman: third prize. MarRarct llunaucr.
CITY CLUB'S PLANS
Committee TS XOW nt Work 011 I
till' ri-iUi.t'll l IHU'I-
I ri:TriY THKATRKCIUXKN
Patrons Will Decide nt Hov
Office What Operas Shnll
The poiluial draKon sl.net. of the
Of flub, ns otto II. Kahn rails them,
have turned to a Rentier pursuit and
now ptirposc to ortm; opera to uie inm t
lie nt prl, i s that the public can pay una ,
not feci. The new scheme was launu.e.i
at a luncheon n tlie l m t mti M w r- wh(1 ro!lpn.,birt for fhrlr nVrrsal that In-tltutlon II.. was an active mem
day afternoon, vvhlch was one or tnotjest. r((,ol,nltlon n)oro (han nny othpr wn!1 . ()f t ,ia),riol's alumni, of which ho
attended of any of the famous City ( luu j.orpont Morsan. i"'1" '!" historian He was also a mem-
luncheon-. 1 '-ivh.n be made tin his mind to h- ' 1-r of t"" t-'a'ltol.e t'lub nnd served as
The City Club discussed tho opr.1 a
year ago at one of these luncheo.j, and j
a comm il.tee headed .y " '
Ualrd was chosen to llnd Pome m In
which the t'olunel-s lady and Judy .
O'Grady may hear Warner without f-et-
tln either the Colotiel or .Mr. uorauj
back n month or so.
The first th'.npr that the committee did
was to look around for capital. Too
many such projects had fallen through
becaiiMi of lack of funds and the City
Club's commltt"" didn't Intend to havo
anything liko that happen to them.
Talks with nmn.m'ers, operatic and
theatrlctl. convinced them that they j
couldn't hay., a popular prlcid opera'
wl'hout nt bast 5tio,0(iu. They Invited
siibs.Tjptiuns on a Pa.-ls or .l.a.uuu a
"' o mm.'
vi'.piiv ill the luncheon that his com-
......... w , a nn.oT n vvltlt itelleri.lls re-
It.. l,,.,...t..,l tt...t ...lrwldv theV
Those who t-ubKCMftti amounts r
,,,,,,, . . , ... ,.,!.., t "i.-.,.m.i. I
,rf ho Open forth.- Veople." vv hll-
those Mibs.ribing for sums In oce-if'f
f ilOO and b ss than 1.000 w.li bo ,'"'"'' " " ; -
elec ed suickbotders. Subscribers vv ho u"" "f " " "'
give less than $100 will be el. cted s .b- """o appo.ntmeiit Mr. Kahn to,
(,n i,i.,,m nt ni.n.'"11 hour to Ipmi- this new m.irv. , but
hcrlbuig membeis. .. rtlllcates of nun-. ,,..,,
ZnZ --.ion tho illscoVerer cal. j, again
call for - n . share. As soon as ,:i00,- '' u n-w ''aruso was In real
0001? re.lse.1 the plan will go Into ! ' ,l .Vr" . J.nn" 1 Ul
------ - .,,, t i-
action, and tho r . I-anm al in.,
callfd by th .ward of lUrocior?.
rtM. . t,n rtf illHiflnrsl will Lo
I III """I" ...-s-.w . , Jifijj-a.j
elected by tho vote of foiinde ts . nnd . ;.Tb,.l.lu, of , eollntr.f.. h ,.nn.
ttockl.oldcrs on Ou- basla o n'" ,u" eluded, "ar,. turning lovvard the light
subscribed, and th. . Uty Club will h lf b(((lr th
entitled to name thr '-e dire, tor.s e. cl, I fnj. ,.,. ritxmrAtt ,mt for ,
year. The prices will be from $2 for tho' jmj,,, ,, r(,wnras ,)f lllP SI,P,lU,
btst teats to 2a rents , lfl Tll Umn , rnm)n wm, ,,,,,
When the llnanc.al problem was thus wJ1 )oth( a ,
settled the committee looked around for AmP1.a
a place in which the low priced operas (5(inInpr ha,nsn. wh. nt
could bo produced. They went till over ,hl) ,., . r.,l)h (t w ri, )on.
town and finally settled upon the ( en- for ni,v. ( ,,,, ,)n
tury Theatre, the tlnal resting placo of OIln. M i.eipzigor and Herbert
so many forlorn hopes, alwavs ,!XCcn'" ' Wltherspoon were the other speakers.
Ing Mr. Jllll Aullck's Joseph nnd his j
" At 'nrstl'of course, the committee - " ' I.
poets to have deficits. Thoy havo cs-, Unin. Seaburv Weeks, who will nurrv
t.mated that the cos, of Product Mr
will be $U,r.00 n weelt. or $232,000 for ,Vi Ku, hiM frewell baeljeior dinner
two nuasons of eight weeks each. The ( last night nt the i ohiinbia ( lui. mmr:
receipts, istimated on a Pas s tw.,-
thirds or tne seauiiK ii.iuij, nm
109,547, they reckon, leaving a deficit
of $32,433. They hopn that this delldt
will diminish from year to year and in
the fourth year bo entirely wiped ou:
by the receipts.
At tho beginning they found that they
would havo the support of the Metro
politan Opera Company. Otto Kahn, one
of the Metropolitan's directors, was nt
. . ..n,A,lt, nt.fl mnil ,,
speech in which ho praised tho tden of
a popular priceu upein.
Tlie cooucratlon of tho Metropollwn Is
assured to the extent that tho company
will furnltth Its properties, costumes nnd
scenery at a nominal rental to cover
wear nnd tear.
Tim City Club's opera will begin be
foro tho Metropolitan's and tho same
paraphernalia will bo used by both com
panics. They plan to begin their pop
ular priced opera about Boptembor 1
next year and contlnuo it for a period of
at least eglht weeks. They also hope to
get many of tho Metropolitan's company,
who will he free to contlnuo with the
Metropolitan when tho City Club's opera
season is over. Ah soon as the Metro
politan season is over ln April tho Cen
tury performance will etart again and
contlnuo eight more weeks.
The Century Theatre, whloh the com
mittee hopes to sub-lease for three years,
was built to provide for produolng the
operas of the Metropolitan, so that all
soenory and properties will be easily In
terchangeable. It la alao planned to pro
vide for instructive lectures oa the opera
and for Sunday and orchestral eoncerta,
Mr, Balrd In outlining hla scheme to
the lunchers yesterday said that the new
Idea had nothing to do with opera In
English and only English, At flritt n
said, his committee was predisposed to
ibis, tin' tlnuliv lb. V ile.'itled that ir the
operas were en ill KiirKsIi only i hey
would not imve k stroi.K an appeal to ,
the ctismopnlltati opcraKoels of tile ilty.
so 1 1 m in., win.il.." h.. k.ii.i. -in m. ,
mitti i' concluded th projx t woiud han
I a wliler appeal If It was co.'mopalltan.
Therefore we concluded lo try It out
on broad lines and let tho peoplo, de-:
ci le ny iiistinc tneir vol.s in in- l
ntfice. If the receipts show thai the
people demand 7.1 ivr cent. KnsllMi thev
should have It. If they demand ,".0 per
i rent ii rttiat. nnd n..f ivnl tltlL.tt
or French we should Klve them their
Jut proportion. And tho repertoire
should b" laid out alon these lines.''
Mr. Kuhn, who together with Mr.
i Onttl-Crtsazsn. Herbert Wltlurspoon, l".. ,
It iliit-rbrirle l.nusnn I'urilv. Mr .nul
Mrs. Prederlck Nathan. M.-ury It..KcrM ,
' '",'"" ''
and Mrs. hhuird It. Hewitt was nn
interei'tcd listener, fcllowetl Mr. litlrd
In u spen'h In which he told of some,
of his cMirI''ncf-s with op.'ra '
-iliin ,n(1 ,,.,, u-hen he started
on j ,u n,,?s rareer twelve years
, nr(. , thln countrv wern ln n
,,p taM ,hnt Ml( om mn
. ,,.,,. nf lh M(,,rn,(,,t.,n.
f h,H bu;,nwe acnuain-I
tan,,, advUed against lt. Th-y told .
,lm ,hat u wnuW no hp,p Mm My n
(h(i KinMng min. He j-poke to the
la'n I'. II Hirrlman nbuit his purpose
and Mr. Hnrrlman said:
"Co on w.lh your rapture. Don't
labble nt It. make It a serious occjp.t-
tlon. It will Increase your Imagination
and make ou a b"tter business man."
"Threo years nfter T bcame con
nected with the Metropolitan." said Mr.
K.'hn with a smile, "I became convinced
that the city was In need of a sanl-
I .!,,,. nfip.'niiy .1 .....n una frtr 1 1, nan
, . nn...hInir tr, do wlth onorn.
Hv. ry time I saw Mr Oattl-Casazsa
wl(h hlj) )l ,Ist of troul,leH anJ j,l!l(,h x,.. yrk Y, ,,, ,,. jiiIq,.M1 of
l.ipger face I was teminded of that epl-
'"ie lies wn. oouj ... aunumaii i.i.yie.
A son of Ar.T.ona sod
.,lr tvuiin inm oi a man who came
f'"V the telephone to tel. him
''.''f " I1 '.10 .
voire to speaK oi. li u vv ny tin vol
m )r;i.,. n R
"Wily, tlio 0nrni1 fon! v.s f.!tt!n,T nt
i in nn- whm 1 tr!t'il,onciI." was tho
, niell ! lilaiuU-nV J- H.uV;.!! tlortun;
.Ir , liussell 11 (ireelev, William N 'lavlor
lleniy It Ueeliinan, l buries t'nio, Itnlph
W dray and Walden I'ell
Mr nnd Mis I llutrall Hoffman sailed
vesterday nn the Atneilkn to pass t lie seaxw
In I.oliiluii, where tliey liave taken a )!m-o
ill llelgrave Kiiuare. 'I hoy will letuia'
to New- Vork late in July and will go to
rtoiithamptuii, 1.. I , for the leinalnder of
, A lea and sale for tlio benefit of the Dobhs
eli'hliorhood Ilou-e was held vesteidav
aftiirnoou .at the I'laza. At the various
,iad . ,u.,f,,t n,,,l fa,,.... ...... 1 ....... ...I. I
;t. , inn." ,.t... r...iu
anisiiuj weie .virs riaucis itugeiH. .Mrs
eorgB Iloume, .Mrs. A (lordon .Murray.
Mn Arthur rrancis. the .Mli-.es l.ydla ('
it... t... i !.. Mn,inl:.. , ........... ... t.t, V
I. .IV..-1. .inrtimiiiii ....iiiii.il, rJ nil I uilim,
Iliinlcl Hly, Helen Hyde. i:iualielh Kendall,
Margaret l.ovve. Caiiitiuil Carroll, Dorothy
Wank, Lucy ralmnd, I'.thel Carhait,
(ieitrildo llchr and Mollie Cuzens.
I ndcr tlin auspices of the chance! guild
of the Church of the Asronslou a sale of
caki) and tea will be held at the house of
Miss liraio Willies, 10 Washington Suiinre,
North, on tho alterooon of April II Irotn
3 to n o'clock. Mrs John W' Uraiman will
speak lor smTriuw at 4 and at ! .Mrs. John
II. Hairier will slug.
.Mrs. O, ll. I'. Ilelmont will sail for Europe
on April 22. urst going to I'arli and then
to liudapeat to ultend the Woman's Allla.nct
Itlchard V, Dennlion of this citv has
announced tun engagement of hla sister,
Miss Marian Luiufo Dcnnlson, to M, 11,
llchenor, Jr., of Chleaao. No dato has
been set for the wedding, whloh will be
celebrated early In Septomber,
Miss Beatrice Clafilu baa loft the rtltz
Carlton to Join her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur II. ClaflUi, In liiUewood. S. J.
Bliss Tracer' nerltal.
Miss Minnlo Trac'ey, whn has recently
returned from Europe with the rosette
of the Legion of Honor, which she received
in Paris, gare a rrnltnl last Thursday at
the studio of Edgar Mills, Hits waa oocom
panfedby Harold Smith at, the piano, and
panledby Harold Smith at. the piano, and
Mlsa TVlnUred , Hauer, violinist, assisted
at the affair, whloh waa called "una heure ds
Voc of Whiskey IMli;' and
J rninii'i' of tlw Thirteenth
' W siti-.irr v Ail-, I K'-.lulm It. Il-li-'j
ib'-MiM, fX-Setiii'iu fium MISDOiltl, died Mt ,
In tesldeiii e, Houiiilm faille, SUteemh
' stieel N W.. t ' tl' tld" v-illnir. He
Irt.i" 7 e:if old. j
I'lv S llhliir Heiiili'iHHi luid n uiitluual,!
i reputation l W'n "ti 1 1 1 t m lie lived a life'!
nf HtlMtin HI. but tout: (Jle.it lllteet
(i.ii lil iiffMM nnd t 1 1 Iti ii t li t ) wolli. Ii: ,
) ilIiilil'M! Mie . ill lit It'll" llallml,
,tleii' ll' 'l.,d II lin'lli' lie li.nl been III I
, lMiiii4 lleallll foi a enl' el 1llt due lo o',J '
I ,iee mill plnsieil mid mnanle wejl.tierc
tills wife. lii) was Jll al.r. I'uot.
i iliiimlit 'i "f Hi" lal" .Itlilue I'niiln of
Silieiu KalN. N' V . 1iiHeH a dy" .lolin 1
II. I leivlei iilll. .Ir. I
' Mi Ili'iiil'Tsnti wu"- n imthe of Vlr-1
flnl.l II" ."MV'd as ii mi llllier of Hie
51lsiiuil J Matiue 1non titan slty I
veats iiko wn 1'ieslibntlal lllcelor for'
Kietnont in luit and foi l.liieoln in lSfin
( etved ii rutted Slnte Selintui' from .Ml-
ioiiiI fium liirti lo Mi'', mid was Hie He-,
' niililltnii eiindld.it" fur l!iicriin! of Mi-.
MMIll 111 1S72 I
1 As a ipeelnl 1'nlleil Slates Altornev lio i
I iluetSteil tin- whtrltej fill W at St l.oul'
1 .ti IS7S. lie priiihil over the Heptilillcaii I
iiiitlnnal ciiiiM-iitlon tit i'lile:m'o In I MM. I
Tor many enrs lie lias lived In Wash-'
niKtoll mid Hunt of the time Ini" tn'ived
as a Siiiltli'oinmi nueiit. tie was the
author of tlm Thitteentli Amendment to
the i;onati;iniiin anollsliini: slavery, mm
!l memb.-r ..r lite Ani-rleati So, lal
s"""'" A?.-.e...tlon ,,..,1 tie- l.-nal I-kH.m.
utrntrAr-T t rmtctTinrr
THE REV. MICHAEL J. CONSIDINE.
' ' "
e-.l Inn I l'iirl.- mill llsr. I.ntelli
ill l'rtfl' funeral.
The ,v .a,h,.,. .llehnel , Consldlne.
j astor of the Chur. h of the Holy Trln
lty and for in my je.it one of the most
active pri. tn m the New York atcli-
diocese, died lit the ieeto". "Ii'. West
lClt;ht -tliild "tiiet, mi I'lld.n.
The fii'ieral will be In Id at 10 oYlock
on Tuesdav iiior.iinK Tlei Itev. .loiep'u
I'lanl'-y. Motor of Si Ve; oiiie.i'a I'luiieh,
will bo the celebrant. Mi;r M .1 I.avelle.
vlciir-iteturn, win deliver the sermon.
and fardlii.il Farley will pronounce th-
"tun au-iuuiion. i ne nociy win ne re-
f.r," ''e parish bnue to the
."Mllll ll'MIIUHUU 111 HI lll'llll tlll'l lllll t
evenlnir -oleniti vespers will be mine At
. , m o Tuesday the ehlldieti .,r the
Holy Trinity parihh will assemble at a
Father Ctiisidlne reeehed lis early
education with the OhrKlan fiothers at
the old St
itaoriei r..nooi. in i.nsi
"'" . tin sin-. i ne uiieniieu mo i roy
" ' p - '""
secretary of the New Vork mitotic school
'Xleeitlons from the virlous chinch
nn' ?h hV'was
identined will attend the funeral.
Walter .lease nra.
Walter Jessie Sears, superintendent of the
municipal ferries and a t etln d i 'oinmandei'
In the t'nlted States navv. died i-sterdav I
at the uival Hospital In ltrouklyti affr
a thlee i,i)m lilies, ii,. was in Ids tlfty
foutth year mid was ntlred ftom the
navy on April it, 1907. after tblrty.one
Murs mtv ic He vias nppo.iiteil tn the
.Naval Aciuli tny from l'entisvl aula in
17.". He leeatiie a i 'otnmaiul.'r in 19"i
Commander .ais Miv.d In the liruukhn
in th" rpansh-Am. rieiin war He special
l'd ill turin-.ll. l,r i.'tl.'f. His eliitt I
I'ittsl.urg. th.- I.ar. hinont Yacht tlie Artnv
and Navv uf VS .uhlugton. the New Yoil:
and Manila and th.' Atlintle Yaeht. Mr
Sears was a ni.-ml er of the St. Nleholas
i-ociet,v. tlie Soeietv ()f Colonial Wars, the
Sons of thi Amerlinn Involution, the
Naval and Military i irder of the Spanish
American Win, tlie -ons nf the Hevoliitiun
of J'hlladelphta and the Military Order of
Carabao of Manila, lie livid at the Hotel
Gerard. His wife hiirvlvts him.
Howard Heel., a i tiled la wye i ,,1' N'eiv
York, dl.tl on Thuisday at Wnverlv, Mass.
Mr. f!ei k was a tm mt er of the law Him
of IVitm r .v. Herk, with otll. es at i',T Wall
street, until m eais ago, when ill health
foteeil Id'ti u. give up his praitlie. He
had beep on invalid fine.. Mr. II. -ek was
boin in New York sity-si i-urs ago.
His father whs l-'ollier ,T. Heck of this
i lty Tlie funeral services will be held
to-nioirow at tho home of his sister. Mrs
William S Dennett of S Hast Kort -ninth
stuet. Mi. ll. i k was a member of the
N. vv Yoik Inr and of Hie .Netv Yoik
Mrs. niirt V. lierlieth.
Mrs Autiu W tbernelliv, w idovv of Col
lUu'li 11 Aberiiethy of the ronrih liif.m
try, N. ti . .1 . died esierdav from a
o i n pi lent ion of di-eiises nt her homo, TT.'i
.Montgomery street, Jci-ey Citv She was
r,l ve.us old and Is survived hv two daugh
ters. Miss l'loreiii.. Aberiiethy and Mrs.
I'lederkk Fish. Mr vbernethy was bom
In Oxford, N. .1 , and had lived In Jersey
City for lortj'-threi. years Interment will
tnke place al Kaston, I'a
Mra. Catherine A. llroiMtrr.
Mr Catherine A Iltouw er died on I'i nlay
night In her sev enl v-serotid year at her
honin at 471 (Iraiid street, Williamsburg.
She was born in Holland and ft' as a d nighter
uf Henrv Do Witt, who was a member of
one of the first companies to pioduce grand
altera ill Neir York She was the oldest
member of the Church of St Marv of the
Immaculate Conception in W illiani-biirg.
Auto fltnlen M'lille CltnurTeiir Dine.
Kdward M Hollenbach of 055 I'atk
avenue, chauffeur for John S. I'ergtlson,
a banker of 19 Wall street, repotted to
the police last nirjllt that while he was
eating his dinner his employers new
$5,000 I'ackard touting car was stolen
from In front of his houi-e.
P. T. I.elln nlea In Mrr,
Special I'abtf Dftjatch tn Tnr Si v
Nice, April 12 V. T. Iselln, nn
American, Is dead hero lit Iho ago of t!4.
HIh body will bo taken to New York for
MY GEYLON and INDIA TEAS
Are the bct value oitrrcd In this pity. 1 doa't
kppp the poorer grades. I'alUnnn'n .Mmtnilaa
mailed oa rpiiut'kt
I.. J. CA1.I.ANAN, 41 43 Veey .St.
MARSH HtLLTEIt At Oracs Church.
Oranga, N. J by tha rsctor, en Thura
day avenlnr, April 10, 1018, I.I I linn,
daughter of Mn. Jibh M, Hlllyer of
Hi William etreet, l'aat Orange, to
Tlnodora McCurdy Mnrab, on nf Plan,
ford Marih of 17 I"verirn plaps, Kaat
WIUBSLER CANDA. On Batutslny, April
12, 1119, at tha laaldanca of tha brlrtVn
psranta, Nuthutat, Bummlt, N. J Rms.
Una Abaal, daughter of Mr, and Mn.
Charlaa J, Canda, to WlllUin llyda
Unrstrlctd Public Sa!.
In the Grand Ball Room of The Plaza,
Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street
(Adiiilailun bt rii lu L hd free of th mantuvM
Including Important Examples by
Mnuvc (O (itiarul
Schreyer O) l:ortuny
Von MnrcWe Serclla
Cloy Fromfntln (2)
Von Mabuse Zlrm
Thaulc (.() lloppner
and of the
and Ancient Schools
THE ORIGINAL PORTRAIT OF GENL. KNOX BY GILBERT STUART,
AND A PORTRAIT OF MARQUIS de LAUNAY BY CHARDIN.
Several Important Baryc Bronzc3
A Number of Etched Portraits nnd Autograph Letters of lite tlar
bizott Masters and Other Celebrities.
By order of Stanley P. Gifford. Ksq.: fistates of the laic
Charlc? Clark and Sue McLurc Clark, Mississippi Valley Trust
Co. of St. Louis, Executor; Mrs. W. Beach Day; Estate of the
late H. Victor Ncwconib: Estate of the late Peter Hassinscr;
Representative of the late Edwin Thornc, and Cardozo & Nathan,
ON FRI-U VIEW TO-MORKOW g A. M. UNTIL 2 P. Al.
At the American Art Galleries
Mndisen Square Ssuth, New York
ALSO ON EXHIBITION
TO UK SOLD
at unrestricted Habile s
On Wednesday & Thursday
Afternoons of This Week at 2:30
And Thursday Evening of Thi
Week nt 8:15.
American Art Galleries
The Very Interesting
OF THE AMATEURS
Mr. Walter Manchester
Miss Ida M. Manchester
of Berkeley, California,
Antique and Modern Chinese
and Japanese Porcelains,
OM and Modpin Sanmina. Very Fine Old
lipqpr ntiil Ivory I'arvinfs. Antlqup Cnl
nic and Jarni'p Hinnjti., h'vonl (iuar.la
anil Knife liandlrn, bauS Dottles, Objects
ln Jarte anil Aitme.
Rare Cabinet Specimens
MIppllanpou Mptal Motk, Old Chlnrje
and Japaun- Ti Mllrs nd Linbroldetlra,
llcautlMI Jittics.p htruilla. Old Prlft, Mat
turdbhlre and uthrr l.urorran Ceranum. auil
Rare Japanese Color Prints,
Etchings nnd Prints by Rem
brandt, Durer, Van Lcydcn, Meryon,
Hnig nnd other Masters, Water Col
ors and Drawings by Turner, Con
stable, Girton, Gunrdi, Prout, Van
De Vcldc nnd others, and a few
uiPludtmrm runmi.lp by Teiilen, . the Vminsai
a l! rult anil J-luwrr I'lu-e hy I'e llreni.auu an
iauortatu Worl. ty rran Mijdi-r.
A Valuable Private Library
Will be placed on Exhibition beginning
Thursday of This Week, and sold by order of Executors on
Tuesday Afternoon, April 22d, at 2:30 o'clock.
Catalopifi of the abova three Sales will be mailed on application V
The Sales will be conducted by
MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY, assisted by MR. BERNET, of
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Manager!
e I'jvt tl3d .street. Madlvni Kg. .ninth. .Ncii lurV
BALDWIN' -On April 11. tSI3 at bin rel
dence. Kant Korty-flrat Ml fit. after a
llncertnc lllne. .Inred 0 ILildnln,
M D.. In the SOth 5'r of hi as
HECK. On Tliuradav. April 10. HIS, at
Wavprlv taK.. iKiiviuu inn, ... ..."
Iat Kolker J and S.irali I- Heel:.
Funpral aervlraa will l li'bt t the rl-
.1 t.i. .1.,., Mr. W'tlllrtm .4. llfn
livi.i r u, ...n nn
.. . . t.. .trsu, rtn Vtnii I
nait, " i.iii.1 iu.i ........ ,...
day, April 14, nt I" SO A M tnterm'tit
at ronventpnoa of family. Kindly omit
HOm On Krlday, Mary K (llllln, ldow of
John lloyd. tn her aevpnty-tnirn pr.
Funeral tervlca at Hotel Mnrle Antoinette
on .Monday, April It, at 1 I". M
tPBt.tN' On Friday. April 11. . Nice,
Francla T. IppIIb. 'on of th" ltp John
LKNANK. At Phianlx. Arls.. April to. Mor
timer V., aon of th" lain I'.itrlck M. ami
MarsarPt J. I.anane.
Notice of funeral hereafter
PKRIiY. Buddenly, at llavlipml. N .1 . on
Friday, April 11. 191'. Oliver llinard
Ferry, belovad husband of Maria Moore
1'erry. . . ,
Funeral aervlea at fit. Jamea I'lnirch, Elm
hurst. L. I., on Monday. April 14, at 1:41
p. M. on arrival of train leavlns IVnn
ivlvanla Station at 1:15 P. M Inter
mpnt private. Flea" onilt flowpra.
PERRT Ilhode liland State Society of the
Clnolnnatl. April II. 1913. Oenaial
Order! Announcement le made with
deepest regret of the eudden decease on
April U. 1111, of Oliver Hazard Perry
of this State Society and delegate 10 the
Triennial Oeneral meeting of the Cin
cinnati, Members of the Hocleiy of the Cincinnati
are Invited to attend hie funeral at Pt.
Jamea Church, Etmhuret, Long Island, on
Monday. April 14. 1913. at I o'clock P. M
asa ninn oAitDixr.R,
CHARLES L. F. ROBINSON',
TO-MORROW 9 A. Al. TO 6 P. M.
10 hi: sot.11
at unrotrlrte.l I'ulillr Sal
BY ORDRR OP EXECUTORS
On Friday and Saturday
and Monday Afternoons,
April lfith, 19th and 21al,
at 2:30 o'clock
American Art Galleries
Of a Private Residence
Antique and Modern
of Foreign and tontrtlo make
Oriental and European
Fine Clocks and Clock Sels
fine China and Glass
A lare quantity of
English and Domestic Silver
Steinway Bnby Grand Piano
Etchings and Engravings
by Haig nnd others
Miniatures and Cabinet Objects,
Bronzes, Enamels and many
other articles of interest.
I.OTTIMLII Sudileni). mi April U ''13,
afur a fhnit inner- William A tr
Lotllmrr, mu of tin- lute William l.ot'l
mer and June L IMey
Funeral eervlie .11 Ci.li.irv rimn Ii Fourth
avpiiup and Tui'iU! -firm i.trept. .Mon
day, April 14, ut K n ( lock.
MOUTIN Paul Funeral from "TIIK Fit
MlltAL clU'Itfll" :1 Wen Twenty
third atreet (Frank R Campbell Hide 1
Time of funprul latrt. Auloinnblle cor
tegp. liUYXOI.DS SuiMenlj. "n April 11 1915.
el HI Luke'" llnepll,.,!. New Vork rlt
l-Mwurd llalnnfoid, In hla nfty-flret ypar.
Funernl eervlcee at clnippl nf Flret Tres
bvterlan Church. Drante. N J , on Mon
day, April 14, at ll;l!. A M
HIJAIIS Walter .1 Cnmmiinder United
StutPM iihv rplli'pd at thp Naval Hoe.
plinl. llrouklyn. In the fift fourth year
i.f hl aitp
Noili," of funeral horeaftT
WIN'KLi:H.--At Newark. N .1 on Saturday,
April 1!. 1913 Jpnilln Hatea, wife n(
Peter Winkler, In net elMy-eecond ear,
Funernl eervkee will be held at he lale
home, 14 l."le eireet. Newark N J., 011
Monday April 14 at S:30 P. M
Carrlagee anil automnhllee tsklng
friends to St ileorge'e Church for the
funeral nf Mr. Morgan on Monday
morning are reiueettd to approach
the Church by way of .Second Avenue
and !7th Street Apcp from Third
Avenuo will be rut orf by the police,
and vehicles will lip parked, while
waiting, around stuyvprant Square.
People on fool, holding rarile nf
admleslnn, may rrirh the Church from
AMBULANCES C) Hr..V
Slau. Convalescent carrleil: Kate sa.uo ana
Sill on h Manhatian a. ,1 so rente Mile OulaMa,
FRANK E. CAMPBELL,