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CHAIN OF WEDDINGS
!I. TOWNSEND BURDEN,
I. Tovvnsend Burden
SOCIAL LEADER, DIES
Ironmukpr, o, Had l,(mr Jtcuti
Proiniiifiit in Life
of the fitv.
Pinm-I'vnrntl Ntipliiils To-tiny
m'coiiiI (if 'I'll ! Tlmt
'!i;n. HKIN IMUKKliHOOMS
; VICTIM OF AIMHM.KXY
liriitlwi' nnl Sister Itotli
l.itT WI t li in a Week
I'sed to Oivc Diiiiicis That
Wniri McAlliMrr PiaiRPil
for Tlirlr Taste.
rinL 'lhl)RSDA, APRii, 24, 1913.
m - D.ioihy i:orpit. (Inimliixr of
" ' Mi" Silnn (i. I'.vitptt, will li.
i hii Hun h. .Ir., of Newark,
N J.. ' .ifurnoon t tlii' homo nf her
'"'tli sti.rl Hllll MVPl'Sillo
1 . M
; ,-.n brother, IMvvurd De l.nnny
I'.irrl.vl Miss J crtrnclf- A. I tm-'.
. r daughter nf Mr. nml Mrs.
U lletlint, in tli,. Cathedral nf
ii I no Divine on Tuesday after-
. nvrrrtt's brother, Silas O.
' 'r. wilt marry In Brooklyn on
-l.i. Miss Mildred Luclle Willi
. daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. V.
.ni 1 1 It-rs tine.
svmphony I'lub. whoso inr-mhor
in, 1 1 'it wilt mve ii concert for
n lit of tbo Home foi tbo Aged, In
tli' buildum. tlii Mum SIM.v
i 'n M on the afternoon of May l
i'i 1 1. in u. 'II is president of
.1 Mr. tiring" M. Tilttlo. Ice- !
,i. Mr-. Itcucl I!. Kimball, tr.-as- 1
no Mrs How.itd llroekwaj, sec-
To.- ilub linn ir.vi'ii several con.
i ihi-uy the i.it winter, anil !
n ! the Inst urn' of tbo season.
...ii.iTt given on Anrll :'. for tin.
,,(.. f th.. Siipilwfl I'oiilitty llniui'S
I 1 w.il tli'ttril.
I,' i. 'M'.lr n of tlie Mote! Ttuok -
u. o u.i- lulil vMi'iM.iy n bridge
in "i. tr I'.ir the henctll of tlii- Now
v M '- f"i Convalescent Among
it in-M's tni'-M-nt wore Mrs .lolin
S s tji'.-n Ir. Mi" W.irri'ii Mrt'onlbi'.
' 'in ' K I'opf. M'. ltussell Web-n.-ii
M"'i. Mrs. W',1i..mii HrooknVM
i M - M v V. It. Wind-rpocl
A - ii' "f tlio articles mail,' in Lent
M ir l.oietta Mission was held
i utti t noon .it tbo li..tir of
M'- l I. Phillips. 4i I'ist S'sty-
,,o 't'i About lK was renl-
l . 'e p'oreed. will be devoted to
ft "f llu mission, which Is ni
.1" ''i stieet.
u ''i"' who tsl-tPil were Mis.
in Kmme'. Mr- Climbs Kmory
M'- Mi-liael Mn'inteen. Mrs.
I W. l.-h.
M.s- Tlieodor.i Brown
DR CHAS. D. EASTON MARRIES.
III. Ilrldr I Ml lino, Whit
V.loiitril i In- 'Minnie Wolfs,
'r wedding of Miss M.ngntet H.i
i .K ' "f Mr and Mis Ciaril; K lhv
' ' ! to lr i'IihiI'S H Kasion of
p.!ri i.ii.l; I'l.ici'inHt Tlmirns's '""hnp'h
' rflrtv afiM'oon. tl'e Ile r Ilrtie-t
,i . , r-'i mi of tile ellllli'll. olllrlntlliC,
b, tli. ev. .lolin It. Iiinian. beiol
f M i.-olKe"- S, l'oo. Mlildletinvn.
'.in leliithis mid friends from till"
1 N w port were pre-"i.t fin the
'! w.is on- of the suniuir" of
' d It was she who rated
for two french children .Michel and
X.ntatil w nose father was
' Ms- Hays Kipt the ehlldien
' of I n parents. :ie i "t
c f. td stu Pt, until the) vtrii'ilaluii'il
. nli-t li r.
' irnii. intirnl tin- ehniih with her
' who tiiH hei ,iw,i. Sin vsoie a
'i whit., satin tilniiinil with point
I of tulle ldK"d with point hire
i ! n hoininet of iniwiKin rltes
M r i ) ainond penitant, the mil of
.Mi o red
M s. s
Intils .Stewart wa- the
it, d tlie olinr attend. nits
ilaihs Mont, .MaiKaiet
t Lowe and ;,Miinle
were dres-,! alike in ro..
"' xellow satin ti limned with
!' wlti, wiiu'h we,. woin hats
' "ill,- They carried bouiplets of
.. ii i-net itt s. Mis- Urine Hays, a
it " :!. was the llowet Kill, and
e I K. tirteil as paKe.
'.i'h It. Kas'mi ot Laronla, N II..
' -Mthet s West man and the tislu rs
1 i", Al.'I.eod Maun of New pint.
ul Fah) an of Harvard. Charles
" of I rovidetiee. It . : lr. Fritz
t Ito.-ton. Krin t Howe of N, n
' I i i as II H.iil' lile of this elty
ii erni,ii their was a dinner
I'.'lal p.iti at 1 1,'bnonleo's Hr
i. i, tt Intel foi a short trip,
i" in Newport after May 1
H BEEKMAN HAMILTON WEDS.
Mnrrii i Horn Titus In the Mnr
lile I ollcKlnte ( hunii,
i.i TitiH. d.un;li'er of William
I "i iiietly of Spilnitfteld, Jlas".,
I i" I lent ) Heekinan Hamilton
.ii - lie .Mai hie I'olli l.ite l.'tiuirh
III" K- III I I.IVlll .1. HUl lrll,
v.. i huit'ii. oMii'.atriu
I- w'i., 'la'V.eil to the attar with
.ne a K'lnn of white satin
WlM IHIIIlesH I. ire alld ,1 tlllle
i em onet of oraiiKe blossoms
"I a li'iiiipiet of whit" orchids
f the alley. Miss Laura Hur-
m.i I nt honoi, wore a cmtuuie
' U -.(tiii and ehlffon and a while
t iiiimned with pink chiffon
f tie- same shade.
itti.nd.ini weie Mis. Joseph
. ill" Jii-eph A. Thompson, the
I'oulei, t Sraee I'lelsfhtnanii,
' Hi' l.s and Dorothy Adam. They
--0 ahko in rostiune of pule blue
iriiiod wltli pink chiffon. They
Iriiit'iiu hat ttiniined with
ill Dun and carried shepherd's
i i-n.il with ilnstirs of pink loses.
- K i Inline Tin ell alld Alex-
. .'Il 'iele Hower Rll'lH.
' Teirell acted a the he( man
.-'.i weir I'lilllp J l.iiiultmi. Dan
ink. ItutKera Fish, Duncan Lasher,
'" and Dr. Ib-nry I'lerson.
lintel) after the cetrniony thero
: i "ii .it Hin it) ' and In inn ic.
ii". vutli Mi. and Mi. Hamilton
.ind .Mrs. Frank II Iteaeii of
Mis Tlnoilmi Ti'lirlland lleniy
" i..i n. fathei of the lii'idi'KI io,u
i .l- Hamilton left later for a
Tory will Iho In this city.
DeioliiK llurrlt t.
' Kaiharliio Burrllt, daughter of
l s William Nelson Burrltt, wiim
Inst night to llaiold K. Domini;
r'l. in tlie studio nf her parents,
1 M Thirty-second street, tlio Itov.
' Cole of iSaugertlcs, N, Y official
V i a, studio wuh decorated throughout
'c viin,s unit yellow aprlns flowers. A
mpi.iary ultur wan elected uud the room
,l i,iicd entirely by cathedral candles.
1 ii bride walked to the allar with her
i'tn'1 who gave her away. Bho wore.
" town of white satin charmeuse. of
merlueval design embroidered wllh pearls
nd a veil of whlto chiffon. Mr, Nln
JWIcox Putnam was the only attendant,
ohf wore an Oriental costume of yellow
iliaitneiiie rmbroldeted with red and
yellow tulips and a veil of preen rhlffon
i!n S. Penilnc whs his hioth'r's best
man There were no ushers. After the
i.'teinonv there was a lance neeption
and .Mi. and .Mis rtnlnc P'ft Inter 'for a
holt ir.i The will live at Hast
Whrlnn Krlli .
Ii the t'hiirrh of St. Icnntlus Lo.Mila
estriday tnornltiK was celebrated tlie
wtddliiK of Miss Anna Point rs Kelh.
daiiKhtrr of the late HUKh Krllv and Mis
Kelh. to (Jroier A Whelnn of thl elt
The reriinmi. was peifnrtnid In the lte
D.m nl .1 lleain. S .1 . lector of the church.
The lirnle uttered the church with 'her
brother, ninth lei M. .leienilah
i iLearr wm- tile matron of honor and
.Ml .Maile Kelh. sister of the bride, was
tile maid of honor The other attendant
were the Misses MarKiltit .Mclinde
K.i , lirv ii Murr.n. Marv llrenn io and
Floieiue MeDmiald Mis- .l.il Ui'iil"
teil,. another slslej of tlie bride, wa the
(lower nil I.
II Stephenson Wlielan was his brother's
best man and the u-hers wete Thonia
and James Kelly, In others of the bride. ,
Jox ph tSallaKhei. IMw.inl Holland and
After the teremony theie was a recep.
tlon at the home of tlie In Ides mother, t
Wn-hlliKtou Sciuarr West.
Mil mil) 'niiiibrl I.
I'VS-VIC. X. J. Apiil S3 Tile Urildiim
of Ml F.unlce fuinphell. daughter of
Mr- Itoltert t'.iuipbell. to John Murphy,
Ji . of 21 Aietllon street was cele
braied this evenlriK in tlie home of the
bride's inothei. 4!( llarri-on stteet, Ihe
Itex Di. James Dillas Steele, pastor of
the First l'reliyterl:in fhiirch. ottlclatliu
.Mr -Murphy i superintendent of the
me, nauical departments of the I'nlted
I'lere Dye Work at Jwdl and a dlrerior
of the I'.is-aic Yoiiiik .Mens Christian
Mi,' Campbell was itlven away by her
ni'ituei. Ibr sister, Ml- Vnna Haeet
Campbell, was inn Id of honor, and Mrs
K W. Henton of Jersey city was matrmi
The luiib siniilds were Mls-e Jane irace
Murphy and KleHiior Mtuphy, siMer of
the hrldeitroom, and Mis Sam II Stuart
of West Hoboken. The best man was
James Murke of NhiKaia Falls
.Mr and Mrs. Murphy leave to. morrow
on a tour of the South. They will he at
home at SO Wcstenelt place, I'ansalc,
afttr June I
BLIND TO 'SEE' 'WITHIN THE LAW'
I Sent Will Hp Free anil Carfare
j Ton for Ibr Need).
Arch Selwyn of the American Play
CiimpHii.v has arianged a special matinee
nf "Within the Law" at the F.ltlnge Then
lire on May , at which tlio entire houe
will be given up to the buna or New York.
The seats will lie free.
The management nf details will be In
the hands nf the .Unflldo '.irglcr Mn on
line lor the UUwi of 250 West Fifty
fourth stret. The blind who are not
reached by the magazine may serum seats
by w riting to Walter G. Holmes, manager
of the niagafilne.
Tne destitute blind will have enrfnte
furnished nnd whern It x necessary a seat
will be reserved for a guide, Tho maga
zine has asked Its friends and charitably
Inclined persona who own automobiles to
lend them for the afternoon.
A synopslH of each act will be read he
fote the curtain rises. The entire play
will tie Riven and the climaxes explained
beforehand. Kuril character of tho play
will he described before he makeH till np
peurancc. Mr. anil Mrs. Joiepk A. Flrna Oo
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Flynn of 205
West Flfty-seventh street mllwl yester
day on the Mauritania for a six wceka
motor trip through Europe.
.Motes of tlie JI octal World.
Lord Hawk, and H. D, n. Leveion Oowir,
who are arriving- on the Ocesnle, will o to
the St. Hegis.
Mr. and Mrs. llohert 8. Lovett are at the
Oothnm before going to their country place
Woodfold, in I.ocust Valley, L. I.
Mrs, Qeorge T. Oliver, wife of Senator
Oliver nf Pennsylvania, Is at the Woicott.
Mr. and Mrs, Ambrose Monell of .Tuxedo
and Mrs. John Sanford ot Amsterdam are
at the Plaza.
The Air Peril.
NATIVE PICTURES EXHIBITED.
v..-i. i. . .!..... .,...
Work h, Xarlon. Painter. I.roope.l
nl Ihe Maclieth finller). '
. ' "'""'
American painters, ail conteniporan . ha
been ununited .it the Macbeth uallerv
and while the' dl-pl.iv Is of uneven In
tetest It Include several canae that
The most Itiklne picture tlmt Itork
weW Kent, one nf tlie MnnheKan lland
enthiiiHt. ha -hown foi oine tune i
hi "Hurl.il of a Vomm Man. with a
prore-slon of mom nets tnrrvlm; the ,lail
.vouth In an open hammock at the rdcr
of ihe beach, while beside tile lodv llietp
walk a nude ft male tlKUie Willie tlie
"Vinbollm m not ipnte clear the ilen.'n
ha weinht and the setiini! heluliten- the
-eii-e of solemnitv
There aie tlire,. nude bv Kenneth Have
Miller, one of them -h'tA'n liefoie. ai 1
all having a ceriaui subdued lovellne--Mi
Miller ha suggested unlet strength
in the stems and tieatlng of these studies
The) have evideiitl) lieen blooded ovei
It mai be leuiarked that iiolli .Mr .Miller
and Mi Kent have absorbed without
completely assimilating them -nine of Hie
mood and manner of Arthur Davies
Cluule W Hawthorne, wuh a vounn
man and a girl, "Loveis." I i epresent d
by one ,,f ihe two plctuie- that won lor
lilm lasl vear as-oclate uienibei siiip ,a
one of tlie salons in Paris Ivan olinsLy
does not foi get III tendencv towanl
sweenies-, nut ne iialance it agreeably .
io in.- aiiim, sue w mi uie niiuuin nair tialt of th" genet. il ottlcers bv tieorge
and the lilue Ulmono IMiuuml ilreacen , Cinlk-h ink. for If.l (TiHibs Scubner s
has seen the new- llbraiv in lather tool Son paid ; for the letter In which Na
soft a way to Indicate the best of it poh on onleied liorst s for hlmelf In the
character HrneM Lawsuit. Lmll Carl- Italian campaUn, and l0 for a document
sen. liedney llunci and others make up t-.nt.tlnlng foiii wold l3iid by Napoleon.
Bie list I Tne total foi tlie afternoon was J2,
In the lower gallery Is a gioup of p.t,nt-1 2H2 T.., and for the evening 2,2n.V making
Iiiks and pottialt drawing. I,v llleiiilun , tlie Latta -ale to date ft, 7 l!i 2b The ssle
It Campbell somewhat inanneied but not ' conclude with two sessions to-dav
without skill I . -
TO TEST BEULAH MILLER.
COLONNA ART ON VIEW.
- ' I'KM'lili-Hl -oelet) Offers lother r.oo
rveil Wood Irensurea of llnsl nnd lo nrnK the fili'l Here.
West at American (iallerler. j Tn Melrnpolltnn l-chical Society
Filling only the entrance mom at Ihei-eiii a letter to the mother of Heiilah
rMneriiaii Alt Collieries and providing ma-I
tetlal for but a single session with the
auctioneer, to be held on Saturday after
noon, tlie Colonun collection of old ICuio
peau and Oriental objects of art, furni
ture and the like, will give pleasure, lo
most visitor by llni Tiitlmate diameter
of many of Its examples and by the
presence, of positive elements of beauty
Look, for instance, at the carved wooden ib0u Kht telenathv savs that Henlah's
temple doors from llfteenth century Japan, ! 1 . ,,, . . . .
leptesentlng Foo lions, it, relief. These ','''nHH'btlU'nts amount to nothing
two creatures of the kind that tigilies so ",a as simple a the A H
fieriuentlv In Japnnese loie, are here seen (' "H1 tbe society Is reudy to put up
In mllltnnt mood, with talis alertlv tense to prove It All this despite the
and heads Ilcrcely et reposefully erect, .fact that Hugo Miinslerberg. professor
Hie nameless artificers who carved these nf ,)(.igV at Harvard Fniversltv.
Kir Thrir.iS .w.r"'-Ul an "M: v rr, M,H,7-
and tho vivid sin faces Join In declaring '" lh, ,',"'rf'n, number if Ihn Jr.opolf
thls foil Mntimine which nilldlv declines In
Puss iintc to th.. rvololi ,. t.'ln.iol. l.
chests, wllh their grave carving, theie
Is so much morn than mere journeyman'
work III these specimens that the) claim
artistic rank. And the big leather mar-
I Inge chest, a seventeenth centtirv Dutch
trunk that looks as though It might Jour-
nay about the world oven to-day without
coming to serious Inn in, is another agiee.
able souvenir of old time ciaflsinanshln. .
A calilnet of antliiun iirms, plstola, d.iK.IK,)(., ;, (,, f,,rthpr than Prof Munster.
tin. swords in rich scabbards and cruel 1 ,
iilves next claims your attention. Pot- I ,prK 11 ',f ,H her Bl "." ,eor'y
knives next claim your attention. Pot
tery and porcelain me here, an odd nlecu
being a French cheese mould In green glar.e
of tho Biivenleenlh century, a six lobed
pattern with Incised marks. An uncom
monly fine Indian bronze tray, some Hy
rnntlno decorations In paint on wood, a
cabinet full of pawter and a few pieces
of old sculpture may bo also noted.
OLD FURNITURE TO BE SOLD,
Modern Plerra and Decorative Ob
jects at Uptown Galleries.
At the Fifth Avenue Art naileries there
has been placed on view n large assort
ment of old and recent furniture, em
torolriarlee. faience and the tike, catalogued
aa coming from the liouao of H, O. Wat
son ft Co., and set for dispersal under
thi baton of Mr. Hllo on Friday and
The general cltcct of the colic 'Hon la peiaiute wns to nl lilt
decorative, and while the presence of so
much that l florid and profuse in style,
eieclall. In Us slit ornamentation. Is a
cloln(t ,h(( ln(11v,lua, pllc
ctterert throiKh the room that will ex
ercise an appeal.
AmotiK the French period pieces of
furniture are several made hv Llnclte
and shown at the Paris Exposition of!?tli sisters were considered creat
IH'O, vvheie the) won for him a medal.
$200 FOR LIFE OF NAPOLEON.
I.alta le of Riiimpnrllaia H err he
total nf H7.TI.".
V life of .Napoleon bv W II IicUm.I e.
, e. tile blel1et 1, till i .1 verldav
eM f trie ,s:,c ,,f tlie William .1 I.sit i
-olleeiion in Hi nderon auetlnri lotirns.
io.ng to lit urge li Smith for tlM
Th.- Hill., ivlncli was printed in Lon
il'in n 'initalii some of the tirto!
,ir in.- Cn.ik-hank ehtne The hook
w.i h,,uii'l in bt ie levant mmiuro b.v
Itivieir mi, I had a ihtk'u of the Napo.
e,,iit(. (imps am) efl
In lletlin liigion paid tiiT 5ft for Coin
gaud nml .Miiniln)lii,i'.s Meiuoii- Hie
lll-t.ov nf France dm Ins the reign of
, Napoleon. London. 2J, and .) II Low
brinllk Co got the lll-torlr Military
'and Naval Anecdote, with tlie foiti col
' oied tilate bv Heath, IMS. for J3.'.
W It llelijamlll paid 172 ful .1 P
M.ii.tt With Danlon and ltoiirplei ie,
. ITVi, .tlltt $li f,i title of Napoleon s Iit-
tt.- to Ids MltiUlir of Ihe Interior
.lame p ImtKe thiught William Mud-
fouls Accot.nt of tile Matties lit ate.
o. I.ignv and Quatre Bra-, with pol
Miller ypstenlay offerilKf l.'Oil In cash If
Mr.. Miller will tiring her daughter to
New Vnrk for a publii seance to lie held
under the nuplces of the society.
W. S. Davis, secretary of tliP society,
who ued lo lie a "medium" and has
spent the last twenlv-tlve years expos-
Ing; tricks of legerdemain nnd alleged
rail tlniilnli a ruL..,e un.l alu rv.i-tVi Iho!
thenry that she Is able to name unseen
objects through Hie unconscious reeojr-
,,inn nf signs onronsrloiislv ponvevr.l
u" . ,, k i . VI t
,,y hor m01,p'' wh" I""" viewed the oh-
'''r, ,n )H'tltin lireviptisly.
John D. Qiiackonbos, formerly a pro-
fe.or at Cnltimbla I'nlverslty, who tins
Invostla-ated lteolnh's nlleeerf ,,,..ors
an exhibition of X-ray vision,'
In .New Vork To-day.
Meeting nf tlie National Plant, Flower
nnd Fruit dullrt, American Museum of
Natural History, 10 A. M.
.straight F.dge Industrial Hrttlement re
ception. Hotel McAlpln. 8 P. M,
Dinner to Cass (illhert. Wnolworth
Building, 11:30 p. M.
Corps of Engineers reception, Twenty
second Regiment Armory, 8 P. M.
Knights of Columbus reception, Palm
(larden. 8:30 P. M.
Annual dinner of the American News
paper Publishers Association. Waldorf
Astoria. 7 P. M.
Organ recital by William J, Kroft, St
Paul's Chapel, 4:10 P. M.
Tempera-tare la Atlaatlr fltr,
Atlantic Citt. April 23.- The tem-
Inane Townscnd Hurden died eaily
yesterday tnornlnK at Ills linmr, 2 Mast
Nlncty-tocond street, after n brief Ill
ness, death boltm mused by n strolie of
yr. Hurrien was seized with tills III- ,
ne Imp on Monday nleht mid Iip npver
fully recovered consciousness. There r
wero present nt bin deathbed his wife,
Mrs. David Dows, formerly Miss Gwen
dolyn Hurdeti; Mr. and Mrs. I. Town-
send Burden. Jr., and Miss Kvelyn
On Monday evenliiK Mr. Hurden re
turned home in appaiently Kood health, I
but In the course of the nlpht Mrs. .
I Durden heard sounds which caused her .
I to hurry to her husband's, room. There ,
I she found him seriously 111 from a ,
I MroUe of paralysis, and Dr. Austin Flint
with his pattner, Dr." Nnule, wete
I fiilrl!y summoiipd. It was not possible '
to do much for the hick man.
I'ew men have been more ptominent
In the sorlal life of the last thirty
.ears than Mr. Hurden. He was horn
In Troy, X. Y., on I'ebruary 21, 1S.1R,
and was a t-on of the famous "Iron
Muster nf Trov.'' Meniy Htltden. His
I father, who came from Dunblane, Scot
land, to Ttov Invented a machine for
tlio manufaclute of borsetliOPH, malilliR .
n considerable fortune at the time of tilt;
evil wnr. when he furnished supplies ,o !
the I'nlon nrmv. Henry Hurden was I
also the bulldet' of the Krentcst water
wheel tscr erected, on the a'''l ,
Iti er. near Troy. I Ills is still an on- (
Ject of curiosity to the countryside. .
1. Townsend Hurden was educated in
....i.ii., u.iiia ,f Ti ov nfierward ut-
lendlnK tlie Uuis-ll Ademy in NVw " "f the I.M.. J,din D Scott, nn old time
tenuius on. " " ' I merchant of New ork, and Nancy tip.
Hacn. Hp besiin liH business career , (lvU(, ( ssi.r nf f;,.rj. Upclv,p Bl ,'
with bis father's firm, then knnwn nf.,11(1 jj,,,,,,. of V(ir. shp waH hrt
Henry Burden Sons, and nssoclntPil j Morton street, ami lived the greater
wlth 'tliem was bis brother, the late part of her life in Twent. ninth street,
James Abercrcf.nbie Hurden. After the .and i.ftet-ward at f.52 Fifth "vj-im.. until
.l.-i tu,i.A, ihn liprilliers IOOK l
neein m uo o
....Mt it bnlf interest.
. , i i ....i l.n.,1 nellvrlv en- '
line or oau o'i w .
caued In business of late Mr. Hurden
carried on for .wears previously with bis
brother the business Inherited from
their father. He wns an organizer of
the Knickerbocker Tru.t Company,
president of the Fort Henry Iron Oin
Company nnd a director In the Hurden
Iron Works. He was a member of the
fnlon Club of this city, the Troy Club of
Troy and the Newport Casino
Mr Hurden married in 171 Mis
F.velyn Hyrd Moale nf Baltimore, whose
sller. Mis Judith Moale was married
to the late Robert L. Cutt4nK. father of
Inme Dp Wolf CuttliiK of this city
beautlps. Ml Cutting has bepn living
for man) ypar In Kuropp. Mr. and f
Mr Htltden lived fotmerly at 5 F:ast ,
Tnpnt) -sixth -ttcet. on the north sideitant treasurer of the Bond and Mortgage
of .Madlon Squure. moving nhout eight I Guarantee Cnmpnny since Its organlr.a- '
veats ago to the home where Mt Bur-("'". twent-t1ve .vear ago. died yestei
den died veterdav , l1a' nt ,h" Hm1 St' '"eorge In hi sixty-
.?.. , " ,,,',, ... , second .vear. In early life h was prlvat" i
in. uiiiue,- ,,..,. ..... H.e ,..
ucnilv during ih winter were notable ,
events, and the late Ward McAllister
iisej to ay that the dinners of Mr. and .Mass, survives hltn
Mrs Hurden were the most refined and
elegant in this o!t. For mail) years j Charlea Mrruichrnn.
.Mr Burden and the various members Tamrttijwn. April '.'.I Charles Mr
of ins family wen; to Kuropp, wherv Cutcheon, 83 years old. one of Tarr.v
thP) p.ised a com! par' of the summer, (town's oldest residents, died to-night nt his
letiirninc to helt villa. Falrlawn. in i home In Orchard Pail. Mr Mi-Cubl n
Newpolt Tilts villa. In Bellevtie nve
line, was built many vears ago nnd is
one of the finest there.
It was In llp-lr Fast Twenty-sixth
street home that the famous diamond
robbery occuned In IW.1. While Mr. j
and Mis Burden were at the opera Mrs.
liuiden's jewel safe was broken open
and gems valued ot lfia.000 Were IP
moved. They were for a while secreted
buck of the folding dour in the draw
ing room, and mote than a year after
ward the thieve, two men servants of
the Hurden household were arrested in
London when endeavoilng to sell the
Mr. Hiitdeirs children ate vv.ll knnwn
In society. His second daughtet. Mis
tJwendolyn Btinlen, was married to Da
vid Dows In Crnee Church In Decem
ber. IHI1, nnd there Is an unmarried
daughter. .Mis- Kvelyn Hurdeti. Ids
only living son. I. Townsend Hurden, Jr.
married In June. 1!H1. Ml.. Florence
Hheedy of Denver, ,i daughter of Dennis
Sheedy pteshleni of the Colorado Na
l onal Hank.
An nldrr son. William A M Buden
who married Miss Florence V Twotnbh
a daiighler of the late Hamilton MoU
Twnmbly. died four years ago.
Mr Hurden was ,n genial companion
and a man who preferred to live with
out ostentation, notwithstanding lit
great wealth. He wns particularly es
teemed in Newport, where his family
had In en Identified with the summer
life for thirty years I
Tlie funeral will take place In firace
Church on Saturda.v morning nt 11
and the Interment will follow in ihe
Hurden family vault in the Allun.
liural Cemetery, Tro.v N. V The pall
bearers will be Judge .Kihn Clinton Cray,
Col. William Jay, Frank S Vitlurle.
fleorge L. Rive. Stuyvesant Fish, j.
Mortimer Brooks, .lolin O. Mllburn and
Kdward .1. Herwind.
MRS. JANE HARKNESS ELGAS.
Teacher Who Kept Interest In Kria
catlonal Work Dies,
Ml Jane darkness Fleas, who for
many )tai was active in educational
work In this city, died jesterday at her
home, lit West Kltihty-seventh street.
.Mis. F.lgas was limn In Kngluud in
ISt.t. Her family came to New York when
she wns a child. Bhe became an Instructor
In i he nld Normal College and In 1S73 was
married tn Matthew J. Klgae, secretary of
Ihe director's of the University and School
Kxtenalou nnd president nf the Teachers
After her marriage Mis. F.lgas retired
from teaching, but remained active In
educational work. In 1892 she was men
Honed for a place on the Hoard of Edu
cation. She Is survived hy three sons.
Bills, William and Matthew, Jr.
Tkaddeaa Sarr Wakeinaa.
Cos Coa, Conn.. April tt. -Thaddeus
Burr Wakeman, 78 years old, lawyer,
philosopher nnd advocate of liberalism,
died to-day nt his home, Toussalnt Farm,
He was active In free thought movement
In New Voik slnee lSsA, ,j was leader
In the tluuiaiiiiv i-'oelet) and fo" ln veins
. ' i' i M '. ' l I" I I le'llll
I'hnio by fiff,T(l
'lab lie was aim presliietit of the Na-I
tlonal I.llii'iiil l.eaciie and th? New Voil. ,
Stale Flee Thinkeis As-orlatloti and was,
a founder of the Nineteenth i'etitiu flno.
In Its" he w.is noinliirfted fm th' oillee
of AttOI e -Ceneral by 111- I'lOltll'SSp'i' '
j Labor paity. I'm' a number of e,ns In
, pdltm-of Ifoa. a l.lbetal Joiu'nal. md 1
also tlie 7'miii o 1,'iiiih. lie tounded a
I.lbeial university In Oiepon ,
.lell,le Scott In., . I
Adelaide S-.l, l.row C. widow of I
.N mi,,,,, HimvuInK of this city. I
dlnl on Mine-day at her home, l West '
i-nt) seentn street, in ner seniy-c-
mid ) rar Mrs, llrownltiK was the datmh-
l" .....v,, ... . ,,ur,
tlK (h fc,lln(,.r nf ,
Mis lltowning leaves thtce sons, I
John Scott Browning. William Hull
Hiownlng nnd Henty King Browning.
nllver Jnlm-ton, builder and fotmer
owner of the Johnston Building In Brook
lyn, whose home was at HI South Hlllott j
place, died on Tuesday at the Seney .
Hospital. He was bom in Behind lift)-'
seven .veais ugo and came to this conn-
try In Ills IhivIioo,) He retired from the'
grocety business with n largo fortune
eight .vears ago and hud since been In the I
teal estate business. He was long piesl-
dent of tlie Bible class In the Lafayette !
Avenue Presbyterian Chinch. He Is sut- 1
vlved by hi wife, n son and three, daugh-
tieurve W. nlle).
lieorae W Balloy, who had be'ti assis-
etiir to Frederick I.oeer, founder of
mm' that beats that name His w Ife.
who wa Mhs Harriet H.vde of Lee,
was born In Peeksklll nnd In III" civil war
lie served In the Hsii'ls Light Cavalry.
After the war he returned to Peeksklll
nnd was made postmaster. Thirty eais
ago lie cnine to Tarrytown and wa Justice
of the peace here for yeais. .
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Tun Hkv. Fatiikh Josrril L Hoey. lec
tin of the Church of St Fnmco- de Sales. '
at 131 Fast Ninety-sixth street, who died i
April 11 left a personal estate of tH.O'io
Hi gave IMln to the St Vlmeiit de Paul
Soviet) of the church and gave tlie chinch
Ills Ulnar) lb' left 111 lestiluniv est.lle
to ,MIs Mary June Murphy of 70 Fast
IjOUISR '.Irown (iawtiikt. vvlio died on
October IS last and was tlie wife of liar
ilson F. (lawtiey. left nn estate of 1328,-l-i.
The huli'ind n -tlved HS2 I'.'B Hei
son, Lewis 15 (lavvtre). and her daiigli
nr. Helen C, Collins got vn.fil tach
ItinuiA A Sti'.viis who died on Jimuarv
I.V 1911, left t!7.7f, the bulk of which
went to his niece, Alice S Penboil).
C.vniu.w Dov'TKi'. who ditil in Novem
ber in, 1911, left KiR.-ao. id which her
mother. Itosa Docter. got II9.SU The
lest went to two sisters
Hakaki. MAHTt.SKii, a grape slnppei.
.villi business Intel est In New Vork. left
an relate of till. 1H0 when he dlnl on
April 3ft. 1911 He hail debts of nivalin
Ills estate went to three daughters nnd a
LopisK K CoNvrnsr, who died on Sep- ,
tonhei last nt (treenwlcli Conn, ill--i
posed of n trust fund of J9!i,923 In New ,
York, which went to her sister. Mary F.
Diinshee Iter total estate was left to
Iter three sisters, Mary nnd Mnrgatet
Diinatiee and Virginia V. tiardner She
gave tfifi.iuu) to the widow of u deceaed
I'll vr.i es F. nai.t. left $r.nII3. of which
his wife, Flvlra F Ball, gnt tIl.il-,1, and
two daugliters and a son received H4.il.1i!
OFitTRPPB Mvas. who died on December
9 last, left iift,S9S to her sisters, Harriet
Pollak and Rosetta ilraff.
Joskpii McKlM. a bulldti in Far Itock
away, who died In the Itlveicrest Sanl
tarliini III July of lat jenr at tlie ago of
91, following an attempt of his rilece, Mrs.
Wllnelmlna Collins, to obtain his release
finm the sanitarium on the ground that
hr was competent to administer his nf
falis, left personal property and real es
tate valued at ISS.Onit, on which theie
aie encumbninces amounting to tK'.Mii)
lie left no will. Ills widow, Mrs Fannin
McKIni, who has been made executrix,
and his two daugliters, Miss Annie und
Miss Frances McKIm, will inherit the
Morris Cokniii.lt, father of Maurice
K. Coonollv. President of Ouecns bor
ough, who riled two years ago 111 !
Corona, left $17,690,5(1 In money and
mortgages besides real "estate valued at
134,150, The Income goes tn Ills widow
until her death, when It Is to be divided
among his children. Borough President
Connolly and his brother, William D. Con
nolly, are named as executms,
William K. Clark, formerly of Wood
haven, Queens borough, who died In San
Diego, Cil.i In January last, left real ej
tate In Woodhaven valued at 123. ono and
mortgages valued at 13,13(1. Ills wife,
Henrietta K. Clark, Is named as execu
trix, and receives the Income from tho
property .until her death, whin It foes to
Ul I. i ll'I'Pen,
Who Will -nil To.dn for
Ilv the French liner La Provence, for
Vlrnuni licnoM d Ay Auiu-iii t. Hestnti
rrliiSSS.' N,rKnol,erMrV U
Mrs. limi-t i: Calkin I'hinidirr llnhhln
MVvl'' Mr ""n,"" J,Tl.rh"urt
Thmnn u' VaVr!h,irf '
Mrn .snmrni Haskell
Pas-enseis by the Hanihur-fmerlcatl
nr Cincinnati. fr PI) mouth, Cherbourt;
.Mr. and Mr- I'hlllp .V Mr and Mr. V. Irvlnr
lr ami Mrs (ieralil K. Mr-, i:. Ilarrl-on Sym-
Mr and Mr. John .1. Mr Clayton T. Weston
lfowl.mil Dr. and Mr-. J. K.
Mr. Cllntnn V Paine Walkrr
Salllne by the White Star liner Adriatic,
for QueenMnwn and Liverpool
Mr ami Mr-. Ilohrrt Mr anil Mr
'tioinu f , ii o ,
Mr Katlierlne V. liar- Col. II C McKennry
tort II H. Twining
tienrie K. Beer llarnld Vicar
Mr crnhy M. UroMn .linise Wrn J Wallnee
Mr i:. C. Pavldge Hr. I.. II. Weed
Mr. Warren . Iforton
! IB HSOS -STPAllT -On We,in4ay,
:3, 1M3. at K.ti oranae, N. J by the
Itev i. II. Ilutchl-en. Cora Ivaballe,
luifhter nf Mm. John 8. l!lbon. to
William II, Stuart.
AfCHINCLOSS At hl rsnldfnce, 31 Bait
Shty-iteventh rirt, New Turk, Man
day, April II. IM3, In the flfty.nfth vear'
f all age, Hush Dii'll')' Auehlnclota.
:eiuncl eon tif the late John nd Ulls
abeih Iluik Auchlnolo.-f.
Funeral rvice will t held at the hiu
nl 10 A M . Thursday, April ii. In
terment at Fairfield, Conn.
MIOWN1NO On Weilne.da), ApfM 21.
A'btalde S Hrownlng, lrtoiv of William
C Ilrownlng and daughter of the late
.tolin I), frntt
Funeral at her lale resbleneei. 16 West
rifty-"evcnili eireet. at 10 o'clock Frl
ibty Kindly omit lloiver
Ill'IIUKN Sniblenl). .it hi reelienca, I
Khi Ntnety-"et'rtiiii atrcet, nn Wedne'a
iUv. April .'3, 1913. I T'Uvinend Hurden.
i.e'.oed lni-lMtiil f lvelyn 1 1 y ri Mnate,
in Hie eventy-tlfili ear of hi ae
Nutlf- of funeral eervb-e iierejfier
Cl.iiVS On Vfilnea.tay, April 13. 1913,
.line llarkne-s, hIiIou nf Or Matthew J.
Kuneril eervlrr at her late reldence. Ill
VVVet i;iKln --ev enth street, ,atiirda)'
iiiornliig April at 10 n'rlotk, In
ternifiit private, VVooillawti Cemtery.
.liill.NSUN - - At South Omiiie, N. .1, April'
13, 113, Adrian II. "It" nf Rlltott
I'liner'tl -ervlrc will lie iieid at her Ills.
I, nine. II Ulngiiim mad. Friday, April
I,'., t n look. Interment at Woodlawn'
i'. airier). .u
HKK.SKlt On Tuesday. April 22, 1911. at
tils residence. I West Klghly-flrst atrt,,
Jtids;e Wllll.tin Albert Ket-ner.
Funeral eervlcee at the Colleitlate Church,
corner of Wept Und avenue and .eveiity-i-aevrnth
street, on Thursday morning
April at halt' past nine o'clock.
liAVVItBNi'U -On Mnnd.i), April 21. Lelli
llo.ui,inl Lawrence, widow of Charlrf
Kdft trd Lawrence, and daughter of lha
late Julin i-. Hiimeyard, M D, at har
linnie in llamlltnn Park. New Brigh
ton S'.nen Island
run-la' fcrva'ts at lier late residence,
Thnr. a y mnrnlng. April 21, at II
o'clock Interment private.
l.K .ll't'NK I'ipel nilt on Wednesday,
Funeral .v Si Acne' Chapel, Trlnlly
l'arlli. .x.iiiird,i) April 2. at 10 A M.
.Mri'i Hi.vtlCK. I.oiidi n. aeed seventy. Ser
vice. "TIIK Fl'NHItAL CIH'BCH," Ut
Wei Tntniy-ililril eirent (Frank B i
Campbell lllilr l. .Sotlie funeral herat
afier Aiitomoldle cortege
MITi'HKI.I.. At her residence. In this cty.
nn I'm -dm April 12. Kmmn C .Mitchell.
i. I.,,m of Clinrle !,. Mitchell.
Funeral private. Th" Interment will taks
plare at .Sew Haven, Conn.
OKTTINHHIt -On April 22. In her savanly
I hint jeni. Ilnslnr. widow nf David
neltlnser nnd beloved mother of Leo-t
pi.t.l. Max. Henrietta and Stella.
Funeral from her late residence, ISO East
Sevent) finm h street, Friday, April IS,'
al 9.3H A M.
I'Oimilt Suddenly. April 22, st hla real
denca, Klnerson Hill, Htaten Ialsat,
Charles Maitiu Porter
Funeral will be held at his late residence
Thursday. April 24, at 11 o'clock, or on,
Hie unival of the ItU'limond rar can
netting with ihe boat leaving New Vork
at 10 ii'elof'k
VOX IIKIN. Al Mnntrlair, X J . April' Jl.i
191.1. SI1.11I1 M P. IJ'iila 1.1 -nn. widow al
tltlo von llelii, aged sevenu-seven year.
Funrral seniles will be held at her home.
1(1 Park alreet, en Friday, April 31. st
t o'lloik, on arrival of J:US train (rom
Hnltoken, via lielaware, Lackawanna
and Western Itallroad, IiUrrnitnt at th
convenience of tlie ramuy.
WAKI'.MAX At hla home, at Cos Cot),
Conn., mi Apt II 2J. Thaibjeus Hurr
Wakeman, In the seventy-ninth year St
hla ago a
Funeral at the Krrsh I'nnd Crematory on
Haturdav. April iii, at I P, M.
tymi iMHFft (ras .r.
nsiBHiinnwkw vnsipia MigUL.j
Slcu, Coavaisacsnts carilej. Ilaia a.o ai
go caota Utla Outsits,