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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
DIPPEL QUITS AND
CAMPANINI IS BOSS
Oprrn Miiniiffor Orally Itesigns
,it Mcctinir of Cliieupro
Hfl TltOi'I'iLE ALL WINTKU
,. , . ,
I,lllliHli,lplll!l DrOpJiPd 11) PlailS
fur l'rotr.it'lt'il Sen Min
iuf i I Aniil "f. -Allf r.iu THntin1 '
- 'if i"--i, i t-i imnirf union oi ini pan vvnue i
cnr.il inaniser of tin- ChlraKO Grand J a nrrnN-r of Mr. Dipper company ,
opera Cuntpuny. orally tendered his i tt" nmv did all thoo people who were
ref.pn.i'. '11 to take rflcot Immediately at Thalia Theatre last evonlni: find It
at the .mn'i.il tmotlnc of tho directors ""'"tunHtMy this nnestton do- not
rf tbe . . miny to-day It whs accepted i ,,?v" i" ?n,,tt,';"1- ' "V '"
,, , .r.,Min ,lolnp lr perfornnne- cime nearer to"
r. . ,",V , . .j, .' ' "'Wtier familiar to minor It.ill.in thea-
r --c -t.il undorMaiidlnc In operatic tre. than did tho.e of the Hohvin-" p-r-ctrr.?
t r.ic'.t 1 that (.'leofonto Cam- i furtnaiicn on Monday Mlt Pllloti In an
p.ir.'n v. iMi-jl director of the company. American and patriotic prld would'
- i' rrd Heir Dippel as Beneral naturnlly dictate a paan of acclamation I
Thrre l. al?o a well defined report I
th ,i l' -'adelphla ill lie dropped from I
r.prferMtt..n m orcaniiation and that j
the rpriw will be made strictly h
Chlca" cut por.it ion, playing a s.eai-on In
irU and Philadelphia each vear.
All dume the season which has" Just
come .. ilnse there had Wen mam-
l.r .i .1,.- w...,1.1 nin...
year r i ntcapo. These were
promptly denied by tho directors.
AmonK the troubles of the season
wer the refusal of Mme. Carolina
Tilte t" fine "The Jewels of the Ma
donna 'he principal attraction of tho
eir. unless Mary tJarden was put out.
A chorus clrls' strike, disaffection
imonc the other stars, from one trouble
or the other, and frequent outbreaks by
fampan.nl because of alleced Interfer
ence w.'h his plans were amonp the
matters railed to the attention of the di
rectors durlnc the season.
In a statement Issued at th close of
the meetmc the directors said:
"In a eptinff Mr Dlppel'i resignation
th e u'lvc committee of the Chicago
Grar.d Or"ra Company desires to ex
press lt appreciation of the creat sr
lc h has rendered In the successful es
tabllshnunt of ;:rand opera In Chlaigo and
in t' e Wst
"In ent-nnc a now field In Chlc.iso he
was .n the tirst year confronted with dlfft
eult'.s and embarrassments which Im
r el tiie most severe test upon his
: ty but lrom a larce loss Incident to
the ri'! season s ojrations, the compan
aj p.a,-d upon a successful h.i!s the
s'cor.1 tar and a still more sat'.sfactor
Ms'- f"" the thlid veat
Purine all this tmje th hlsh artistic
s'andard of th- orcaulzatlou has been
maintained With full appreciation of
hat he has done for this city anil for
sraud opera in Ann'tica the executive
ir.mlttee of the Chicago (Sr.ttid Optra
i "'.aiiy desiies to thank hltn f.ir his
err es and to wish him a continuance
is past success in the new Held of
(Sort into which he will enter."
In less than two hours after the close
nf 'he meetlnc. Herr Ulppel had de
p.irtfd for Cincinnati.
To close business associates he con
f.dfd as he was leavlnc Chicago that
nrlier business plans lie had been con
(d'r.nc for several weeks, made it Im
i it'.ble for him to continuo as general
rr.ar.asrt r of the Chlcaso company. These
are understood to relate to opera. While
.Timi'tcd that there had been friction
r. '., impany. he denied this was thu
d:re ' . ause of his resiKntni;.
Pre-. dent Harold F. McCormlck tie
rl.r.cd to talk of the matter to-nlsht.
lie s.i.d that the official statement,
the directors had Issued was all
thri was to be said. Charles G,
re jsurer was equally silent.
EULOGIES FOR BE. BILLINGS.
.nt!re nriiritli- SieaU nt Me
Memorial st-rv'ees were held yesterday
i" t) Stuart fjallcry of the New ork
Pub. I. hrary In honor of the late dl-
t. .- Ii- John Shaw Bllllnc. John
I. adwalader president of the llbiary,
prdd. and short Hddre-ses were mad
I" i-' WVt Mitchell. Sir William
" fir William II 'elch, Andrew
'a-fcc and lilchard U. HnwUur. Bishop
r'avid, II Oreer offered prayer.
Pr M tehfll spoke of the medical
e.".!ftinntH of Ir Hillinirs and his un-t'.rir.s-
frlte as a medical man in the
rr, war Dr Mitchell said he was u
elf.se frvnd and student of Dr. Htlllnfr.
S1'- William Osier, president of the rtlb
l'"rraphieal Society of Ore.it Britain.
rra!d Ir HllllnKS as th" founder of the
'r.de system used by medical librarians.
He said the comprehensiveness and ao
n,r or his medical Index remains nn
rijijr'ni; monument to his fame.
As a coworker and friend of Pr. BU
''rr.n n his medical work Dr. William H.
'!, r,f John Hopkins Cnlverslty paid
"t.uie to him as a man of s-trenitth and
t. t ,ti of character. He tald Dr. Bll
cm nfluence was salutary, beneficial
-1 U' lenioverl from provlncfallsm or
'ia ''Tn'sa of view.
r1rw iarnt-Kie paid he was brought
rt. ofe contact with Dr. Billings when
wa director of the library. He con
sM. .) he library work Dr Billings's
heart was open," said Mr. Car
Manv a tired laborer and em
fteis to-day that he has lost a
and a lovlnc friend. He lived a
i i ,rt- life, above reproach, and by
'h. f. t I'll administration of th great
. -mm tied to him ho left the world
' : " i'. he found It."
rt; those present were Andrew IT.
Major Hlgclnson and Mrs. Henry
it'll of Boston; Mr. and Mrs.
d Ton nsend, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
c ami Dr Oeorse F. Kunz.
ASK PRAYERS FOR CHINA HERE.
v' lurk Churches In Comply With
It cpnlillc'a Heqaest.
T' i I ticee (ioverntnent havitiK asked
- i hristlans to eel apart Hunday,
: n day of prayer lor the welfare
' ' i a hristlans ol ilie fulled .Slates
' idfd also to ni apart th day to
-i e end. Alinosi all i hurcheH in
"'k will In nonie manner make men-
'he unusu'il clrciiiiislanc e
' 'ei-trv .Macrarlniirl of tho Federal
' which rer oiunii'iided to churches
' country this simultaneous onser-
said yesterday that uccordlnc to his
"s most .New York ministers will
! aa ers for the new republic!. A few
i te;n h sermons on China as il mission
: In t oiineeiion with the Church Soela I
u e r. The jiioni several churches wili
' e ie. uraied with Chinese tlaifs.
I tie I etleral Council enumerates the
n k. lo be specifically prayed for. They
" ihiiiits deslsnated by the Chinese
' e-i nent and are; The new Natlonul
in. i for wise deliberations; the new
' ' lent of the republic, hoover he may
" to tie; wisdom In framlnit the new
is' union, early recognition of the new
re jiii, by tho world Powers, for peace in
' i ' 'i and m all the world, and Inr the
elf' i of .'roiii: and viriuous men to
h iia . i Ki.iative bodies.
Poplars nt XctTitnrt l.rnsed.
Dc Rlois & Kldrldge have rented for the
'.-man estate their cottage In Le Roy
"enue known as the Poplars, Newport,
H I., to R. Hanlel von HaJtnhausen,
CcvuabeUor of the German Embassy, for
sb oomiag stisoc,
THE ZURO OPERA COMPANY.
Puccini. "Tnecn" Wllh nn American
Soprano nt the Thalia.
Pood for reflection wan aitaln provided
by the performance of the Znm nt.ern
Company nt tho Thall.i Thi'atro !
cvemnK. Th Opera ui Pilftelnl'a Tn.ei.-
ami tne audience who considerably lancer i
than that ohlch llMoned to the ram
composer' Holiem" on Monday
evening. This was a revorit of familiar
condition. Th mot popular of -the dl- ,
tlnRulshod Italian master's work? In thl
' setting ufliiK all fpocUl attractions
Of l9lt la "I .. 11,.U....... ,lu. ..il...
,ork. when all tliinir.' .irf equal. I., third J
"Madama Rutterrly'" iltsptit. tlrst place
,vltn tle n,URjcaj version of Muiarrr's Moiv
' ' "llKht, therefote, bo KiippOKml th.lt
,a,t evening's on.t had a mensurable lt ,
i nunire on me puouc. nut tn.it would pre-
suppose n ceneral acuuatntance vvlth Mr
5nros sltiRers. Tho Indication seem to.
ptit to ii special ktiiululKi' of th- fact
that the title role of th opera wan to he
In tho hands List evening of Ktirlrn Clay
Dillon. Who tlrtl Irtnr L'rt u'u n.,,.,1, ,.4.,.l I
ff V...- I... ........ . .
'r ner. ,i any rate tier li.-atitltul voice
ca'i " r1 "itnoiit hesitation
Furthermore she sanK full ly well, and
at times more than that, for thre Ii a
natural nualltv of warmth In th- o!c'-
which tlahes Into full and pleaslns M ime i
occasionally. Mls I'lllou lia tome stare!
experience and has much more to acquire,'
",ld !he iio nnt 01 kno"' ''"' " i
''very with exprefixe det ,11s. Hut -V
A" . tmereM ns younit slncer and o,ulit
I to nnd a Held.
Salvatore (Slordano, who sanK Cnvnrn
ilo(, displayed a coort vote, somewhat '
clouded In th- lower ton's, but excellent I
at the top. He rvas deficient In variety'
of style and showed no skill at all in u t
Ins. CeFare Alefandronl was a sleek and 1
oily Hijron hcorpfo, somen hat fat and In
inullne, and his heavy voice btraye,t
his villainy at the first utterance. Hut his
ulrurlng was not below the level e- '
pected In opera companies of this type. '
It was a rather roush and ready repre
sentation of "Tosca," with the orchastra
dolnc the -lion's shire of the work, to wit
the roarlns. The mountlnir of the drama
was of course modest, and the chorus was I
not of strtklnc Importance. Doubtless th '
tle of this dramatic presentation Mined)
the life In the aKed bones of the one time
Howery Theatre and made It wonder if the
uood old times were come aciln once more.
TO FILTER CROTON WATER.
Knajlneers Sar It Is AdvUotile at
Annual Cost of 7t7,Mio. I
The advisory committee of cnclnevrs on 1
the Jerome Park filters submitted yes- ;
terday to the Hoard of Kstlmate their
leport. which represents a year's Invest!- .
cation The commissioners sav that while ,
they do not consider the filtration of ;
Croton water imperative they think It
is "hlKhly advisable" to filter the water I
"both with a view to Improvlnc the
physical quality and as a safesuard
apainst imtcntlal dancer." j
The commlioners consider the esti- '
mate of $7.727.00n for the plant reason- '
able. They tleure. howeer. the total
annual cost on the completed plant at
L'T.OOii. as against the Water Depart- ,
nunt estimate of f 742,Wmi I
John II Frazee, assistant enclneer of
the Iiepartment of Finance, in a minority .
leport objects to the installation of tb
VMJL"! "Wt.1 - Jn -
! i...- ... .V.. .i i, i.i t-. . .
ol its out that ti e Health Oepartme U
L I ,P"' fl f "
caused by ( roton ater ,
WEDDINGS OF EARLY SPRING.
Dinner nnil Dniier fur lrln-p-lpln
Plans have been comnb'ted for the ed.
dim.- of Miss Anna Ladd Cutter, d.itishter
of Mr. and Mrs. Halph Ladd Cutter of '-'ir
Clinton stieet, Hrooklvn. and Adam W S
Cochrane of Manhattan, at the fuller
hnm.. .in Mv s Mis I'minr mil h..m
her nler. Miss Ionise i'mILt. us. tlowe I
trl. and John Akin How.-ll will act .1, ,
bridal party at the weddlnz of their
daughter. Miss Gladys MeAlplii. to Will- 1
lam Fletcher Irwin of this city, which will
take place at the Fifth Aienue Pri-b
terlan Church next Wednesday afternoon
Miss Dorothy Garrison, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. O. Blake Garrison, will h- mar
ried to Knslgn Walter Vincent Combs. 1J.
8. Nr., this afternoon. In tho Church of the
Heavenly Rest. Th weddlns reception
will follow at the home of the bride's
uncle. Col. Robert M. Thompson, 3 E.ist
Ths wedding of Mils Revn M Rlteh,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T
Rltch. and John L. Tonnele will be eel-,
brated this afternoon in Calvary Haptlst
Church. A reception will follow at the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Crosby of In
Washington Square West have announced
the engagement of their daughter. Mls
Josephine M. A. Crosby, to Allan Forbes
of Boston, a son of Mr nnd Mrs. J Mur
ray Forbes. Miss Crosby was lntroduc-d
to society several years ago and Mr.
Forbes was graduated from Harvard In
1S97. No date has been set for the wed
dine. Notes of the .Social World.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Guthrie will
give a dance to-night at their country
place, Meudon. In locust Valley, L I., to
celebrate the tenth anniversary of the
wedding of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sands Wlllard.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart D. Betts of 40
Kast Eighty-third street will leave for
Oyster Bay, L. I., about the middle of
A series of afternoon subscription
dances has been organized by Miss Doane
to be given In the Waldorf apartment of
tne waiaori-rtBiurm u uccuu,a sim
iviii.v. hselnnlnr on Anrll 29 and ex-
Fridays, beginning on April 29 and ex -
tending throughout next month. Among
the patronesses are Mrs. James A. Bur
den, Mrs. E. Parsons Morgan. Mrs.
Charles H. Coster. Mrs. De I.ancey Nlcoll,
Mrs. I Caas Ledyard. Mrs. Richard
Stevens. Mrs. Louis Butler McCagg and
Mrs. Whitney Warrsn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Iselln. who have
been passing the greater part of the win
ter at Aiken. 8. C, have returned to the
St. Regis, where they will remain until
they sail for Europe, probably the latter
pari 01 uc.i ..."
Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff, Jr. gave n
luncheon in the Louis XV, room of the
St. Regis yesterday. The table was dec-
orated with spring flowers nnd there were
corsage bouquets of these flowers as
favors. Among the guests were Mrs. Lang-
don Oeer, Mrs. William Brock Shoemaker.
Miss Margaret Wagstaff and Miss Emily
Mrs. Joel Ellis Fisher and Miss Vleva
Fisher have returned from Oyster Hay!
and are at the Rltz-Carlton.
Ex-Governor and Mrs. John A. Dlx have
returned tu Albany.
Harold A. Content gave a small dance
last night at the Home Club. II East
There will be a meeting of the Draw
pagn. Arthur De Witt Co-hrane will ... b-e..ne the owner of a lug- part of the Vlllier,. for ,1' l'" J "VrllaVd"
aarmr of tt First IVeVbter daughters. M.s. J 1. W.lr of 'U Fro.- dW at hi. hon,.; m Lorln avenue. Pel-1 Mrs Ian Kerbs, Hob- rooms,
eu i i .JLi.r ! 1 ,.,.. i.w. H-tKiklwi Mis- M.irgart-t I'lrle ham. on Wednesday nleht. He had serxdl ' r,v,n
Church of Hrooklvn. P I''; . " ''V, ' .;:.. ' . ,' L xmUf. t-tee two vears and as vil-. Hy th" White Star liner Finland, for
WHllt-amnner and .iVncV T he ? ' '. ohn T, Jr , of Itrooklyn ""lord on of Chi- la- President one year lie was 7 years Antwerp.
ing Room Club to-night nt the Plaia, Me.. In 1S39. At cine time he wns po -when
some of the members will appear In master of Greenpolnt and he was a HI
a play entitled "Madonna." A dance and rector of the old Seventeenth ward
supper will follow. Among the officers of Bank. He was actively Identified with
v, nioh ur Mrs. Ilarrv N Marvin. Mrs. 1 the Union Baptist Church and was for
Daniel tiutttiilcld mid Mrs W C. Drown,
?vwi.tzcrjji-y. 4'.'-'CiHsssHHirtFwBk. vr--.a-'-mr".Y.
. t i V J. " - - - - . i m. MsWJrm, I Vs''h.. " H"1 t
JOHN T. PIRIE DEAD.
hlrauo llusltii's Mnn With BrnoU
I; n Home Dies In Florida.
ICa - rson. 'pi-1. . ' .VoU " C..
n t.t-i.. t i ..r ... i . ...
died on Thur-d.iy at Krrol, hl estate at
PI , Sir. Plrl- In recent .ve.irs
'' -l-nt most of Ws time at Sea Cliff,
u , Jvhl,r ht. , , a , ,
had a lesldencf at 11 Fiirk plHce. Hrooli
Join T Plrie was sitn at Hi ml. Ireland,
In In 134 h' tame to this coun-
...... .-, ...... ......
Wist and founded what K now on, of t'liu
Itraest department stm onin erns In Chi-1
N,r- I'lrl'' owned l.u-'e teal estate hold- ,
Unv In Hronklyn. He becu.t viltim: Sea
Cliff In 1TI and at that tim c.imp-1
then in .1 tent with nth r m mi'ers oi tiv
Metlo!-)lt.lll I'.ltnp Association He
the last survivor 01 tee ns.ori.uiun
An ei ior In a despatch to the Sun
from Chicago yesterday confused Mr.
Plrle with his son John T Plrie, Jr.. of
Frederick fi. It olilnsnn.
New Rri-nswick, Aptll "il. Frederick
U. Robinson, a manufacturer . of knit
goods, died last night In his eightieth
year. The street on which he lled for
forty vears was named for him. He was
born at Hinkley, KngUnd. He manu
factured cardigan Jackets and knitted
theatrical costumes. He had been mar
ried fifty-six years, and Is survived by his
wife, Mis. Theodosla M., Tlneley Robin
son, a New Yorker, and two daughters.
Mrs. C S Strvkor. nnn Mrs. siamui ii
Hubbard, also five grandchildren and thi'ce
creat-cTHinlrhlldren. He was the second
oldcst member of Manhattan Lodg of
Masons of New York city.
Mr.. Sarah G. Ilndsnn.
... fJ .
Mrs. Sarah n. nunsnn. wiuow
Thomas Hudson, a wholesale tea nnd
n'lml.tnln Ten nnn i
coffee merchant, died on Thursday at her 1
home, I!32 Seventeenth street, Brooklyn. '
from Injuries resulting from a fall from 1
a trolley car. She was in ner eigiuy
seventh year. She was born In Scotland
and came to this country fifty years Hgo.
She was a charter member of the South
sne was a n survived
''TL? hP ' ,SU
by three daughters, four sons, ntteen
grandchildren and nine great-grandchil
Mrs. Annette Wanner llaynes.
Mrs Annette Wagner Haynes. widow
of Albro Eugene Haynes, cued yes
tlr(illV , tn Hotel Marie Antoinette In
ner flftv-seconu year .irs. iiaynes v
.. i rn-n,r sianmnr v..h
) daughter nf former Senator Webster
Wagner and was born in I'aiatine linage, roadhouse knew him well, He leaves a
N. Y. She was a rommunlcant of St 'widow and one son.
Stephen's Episcopal Church and wns .
prominent In the charitable work, of the, Mrs. I. aura Prnetor Adams,
parish She is survived by one daughter. Oranok, April 26 Mrs. Laura Proctor
Mrs. Harry Taylor Sherman. Funeral
services will be held from St Stephen's
to-monow afternoon at 3 o clock.
Thomas c. snecicurr.
Thomas C Hnedeker of the firm or
KnPdkl,r & pn ribbon and tape dealeis,
; died yesterday at Ills nome, izd; iiergen
Btreeti Hrooklyn. Is his fifty-fifth year,
Hl, mi(1 H nunmier home nt Massapequa,
. u j lullI WB8 vice-president of the Hoard
' of Trad there. H was a member of
,jnmrr)onwealth Lodge, F. and A. M, His
j wfp wn WHH ,tlss Minnie C. Ue Leree ;
n,i daughter survive him. The
Uttlyi riordlng to the request of Mr
I Sne'deker, will he ciemated at Fresh
William iiansnn snirsn.
William Hanson Sturgls, a veteran of
the civil war and for many years a
resident of the Greeiipolnt section of
Brooklyn, who went to Colorado for his
health two jears ago, died on Tuesday
in Denver. He was born at Gosham,
years an official, and from that church
the funeral will take place to-morrow
He Is survived by his wife and one son.
Arthur ;. Welter.
MoNTCLMH, April 'ii Arthur (7. Weber,
formerly a i.sldeiit of Hionklvn and for
mure thnn forty ars connected with
the tlrm of HnllKarteti Co. bankers, of
Nassau strtet. Ntw York city, dropped
dead from htart tllcas' in the bathroom
of his home. .15? Claremont avenue, to-
tduht. About eiKht years aco he moved
lure from ItrooklMi with his tamllv Hi
was a major In the Twenty-third KeK.
nient In Hrookhn. He was born In o-r-!,,
lll.lll, JM. l !! V.ll .Ifci. .111.1 .rtll.v
this country when - )e,irs of ace He
was one of the wealthiest residents of
this place and lived In a b.-autlful house
n the fashionable risldential section.
Menvys a widow at
ami two iiaiiKnters.
Charles A. Wlm'h.
MotNT Vernon. April 25 Chailes A
William llolirrt WnrnleU.
I.ono Branch, prll 16. Kx - ceuncll -
man William Robert Warwick, treasurer
of the Long Branch Chamber of Commerce
and a leading IVinocrnt, died here this
nfternoon after a lingering Illness. He
was born In Kngland sixty-three years
ago. He was superintendent of the Long
Branch Sewer Company, a director of the
Citizens National Rank and it prominent
Mason. His wife, six sons and a daughter
Nathaniel Coles Pearsall.
Nathaniel Coles Pearsall.
descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Coles, the
first settler of Gln Cove. I.. I . and a
I brother of Gen. James B Pearsall of
i c;in Cove, died on Thursday In a sanl-
i tarluni In Astoria, where he has been
' living for the last three years, aged ?ft
I yenrs. Mr Pearsall was born In Rnslyn
In tne present nome nt near nm mi
Ward, r S N He was a farmer, hut
J many years ago retired from active work
Miss Jennie M. Shnrples.
PHlt-APELrillA, April '.'6. Miss Jeanle
M Sharpies, fiS jears old, daughter of the
late Casper Wlstar Sharpies, a member
of the Sncletv of Friends, died here to
day. .She was the granddaughter of
' hop Henry Onderdonk. A sister. Miss
I H'n F fh-rpla. who lived with her.
brother, nr. Ahram Miarpics oi
John It. nnrrnhrnnt.
Hackensack, April :5. John R. Garra
brant, for many years proprietor of a
roadhouse at Glen Bock, Hergen county
died at his home early this morning from
WRSiti-nri ilknu.. ITn ii-uu slrleWeii lust nlcllt.
Hundreds of motorists w ho stopped at his
I , j' '
on .nru nf urm wife nf Kmerv
Artll'ni'l,i ,,.; ut .r mim(,, 331 Central
avenue, to-day. Mrs. Adams was born
N. H. Before moving to
Orange, forty years ago, she made her
1 home In Jersey city, sne is survived ny
lone daughter, two sons, ten grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.
Herman K. Schxrart.
Oranok. April 26 Herman E. Schwa rz,
SI ears old. of 91 Watson uienue. East
Orange, died at his home to-day Hn
was a real estate broker. For more than
thirty years he lived In Newark, and
inosed to East Orange two years ago
He was born In Gerinanv During tho
civil war he served as First Lieutenant
In the 174th Pennsylvania Volunteer In
fantry. He Is sunlved by his wife and
Aaron A. MrohreUer.
Readinu, Pa., April 25. Anmn
Ktrohecktr. 73 years old. died to-daj In ,
his home In Oakhrook of an abscess In
the throat, superinduced by spinal trouhle, J
caused by a fall seventeen years ago. He
served In the civil war and was one of 1
the best divers and swimmers In the 1
State. He saved the lives of a dozen per-
some Who Will Itepnrt To-day for
Europe nnd the Indies.
I'.iksencers by the I'unarder Saxonla.
for Madeira, the Mediterranean and Adri
Mr, Min,m Alexander Mr. snrt Mr. Charles
1 Mrs C U Ilflrllni
''r 1 V,n?-,r,?r,.1.,l,!u''rflfl11
I jcrar Admiral K. II.
WirtiHtcv Jehu (irlmrs.
Mrs A. 1. Munlrrre
Prut II. A. Mcruan
Helen II. Van Cort
lanill Col find Mrs. J. 5v WIU
li m i
Il the White Star liner Oceanic, for
1'1 mouth. ClierhourE and Southampton:
II c Rkrr
Hen Mr Jotin IiiX-Hi'.irn
U S Dunham
Mrs lsi iiantiury
William llalitrad fMtdy
Major i.eoree Ilara
Mrs J . Thurber
For London, by the Atlantic Transport
liner Minnetonka :
""."Il '.l ...IS. I.. .M. .,.. .,, ,.
i For Giagow, by the Anchor liner Co-
i l'rnf. I" I'allander Dr. Drounles Roberl-
j Mr, t:rne,i v Howe son Ward
, Oil. Jame I'aton .folin S. Wauon
i ".". .-"'i
By th Fnlted Fruit steamship Tlvles.
for Jamaica, Colon and Port Llmon:
L. A llerthnU Dr. ami Mrs.
i. h. corniag .saDtmrn
K. C. Colby K. It. MdMhlfls
Mrs. It. i: While
For San Juan, the New York and Porto
Rico liner Coamo :
J K Curry n. n. Stevmuon
ur ami iir. a. c. rin- ur. ana
Mr and Mrs. H. M, C. H. Fuller
By the Royal Mall llnor Trent, for
Southampton, by way of the Wert In
dies; Mr. I'. V Huzhes
Mr. and Mrs F P.
' Mr and Mrs It F Held
In Xexr York To-day,
Lecture by Dr William J. Long on
"The Instincts of Animals and of Men,
Women s Cnlverslty Club, 11 A. M.
Dinner to Charles D. Hllles. Waldorf
Astoria. 7 P. M
National School of Methods, meeting,
P.lble House. 9.30 A M.
Inlerborougli Asso.-lntion of Women
Teachers, dinner. Waldorf-Astoria, 6 :30
Vassar Students Aid Society, meeting.
Wnldorf-Astoria, ;t P M.
Klmlra College Club, luncheon. Hotel
Plaza, 11 A M
lecture on "Salient Features of Na
tive Trees," Dr. N L. Brlttoh. Museum
building. Bronx Park. 4 P. M.
Daughters of tho Confederacy, lunch
eon, Hotel Aslnr, 1 P M.
Conference on the relation of law to
social ends, Columbia Cnlverslty, 2 30
Reunion of "The Fossils," Hotel Marti
nique, 7 P. M
Wednesday, April 30th, 10.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.
The Library of the lte
GEORGE H. CLARKE (of Daly's Company)
MS. Plays Early American Plays, Ameri
cana, Harvardiana books with Henry Clay's
signature and many other very valuable
THE GEO. H. RICHMOND LITERATURE CO.
19 E. 45th St., N. Y. City.
Thomas F. Burchill, Auctioneer.
IE. T. ROSENHEIMER !
i CUT OFF BY MOTHER i
Mnn Whoso Auto Killed
Woninn Disinherits, for
wife oets ms roTmox
Provision in Will Pnid to Up
to Protect Him Prom
Edward T. Rosenhelmcr, who was ne-
quitted In 1910 on a charge of homicide
1 for klllinK n yount; woman while drlv.
Inp his automobile and whose prose
cution under the Callan law for f.illlnfr
to slve his name after the accident oc
curred comes boforo the Court of p-
I peals next month, was cut off yester
day In the will of his mother, Mrs.
i, .i ,..l,., .ll.l n v.il
il? nt filO West 116th street
Mrs Roenhelmer explained the tils
i Inheritance of her son in this manner:
"I make no provision for my son, Kd-
ward T Hosenheimer. not loc.tu oflbout $3f,,iioo
(any lack or aitociion ror or conucieno
In him. hut for porsoml reasons which
1 he Is acquainted with "
Tho testatrix left to her dailKliler-ln-law,
Arvlllo J nosenhoimer. wifo of
Mwanl T. half the estate, with tho
provision that In cis the yoiinccr Mrs
j Rasonhelmer ditxl lief ore her the ilau shler
; in-law's share w-a to go to her children,
i F.dward J and Vincent H Hosenheimer.
Under thl dipoiiion of the estate
t ho son wa a boh tt ely I larrcl from comin p '
Intel any (iart of it His wlfp survives
I his mother nnd takes the sham of the i
' pstnte left to her The other half coo
, to a daughter of the testatrix, Mrs Emma
H Curtienof smWest nnd street
Tho petition tiled with tho will de
clares that Mrs Ro.nholtner left only
JT.nnn in real estate and $im in personal
! property. Sho was the widow of Julius
T KoMtiheimer. who was murdered
under mysterious circumstances in tho
I R.irden of his home. Tho Roses, one
of tho show places of Pelham, ahout
live years iiro
j Ho was head of the London N'eedla
Company and was rated at over Jl.Ofm.om.
j He left tho bulk of his estate to his wifo,
who spent n largo sum trying to run
down her husliand's slayers nnd nlso
' used thousands of dollars in defence of
her son when he was charged with
I Mrs. Hosenheimer ciecuted her will
' on August 31 last, and her son was ono
of tho witnesses A codicil executed
Peceml'or III last shows that she trans
ferred some of her proierty after she
made her will, the property consisting
of eight parcels of land at Simnyside,
Yotikers, which went to Mrs. Kdward T
Hosenheimer. This proerty is not in
cluded in the valuation of the estate
named in the petition accompanying the
Edward T. Hosenheimer wan noouitted
after two trials for tho killing of Miss
Orate Hough. An attempt was next
made to piosecnte him under thu provi
sion of the Callan law which requires
nn mtto driver to report to the police
any accident In which his car Is con
cerned. The Appellate Division de
clared this section of the law uncon
stitutional. The National Highways
Protective Society Is seeking to have
i this decision reversed In the Court of
t,(.,..tu f.nrl r.in-.i.iiil.iil It. I-' I . n
I f-,...'n- .ft.. lt.
... .Mjii.-i .iii.-i ii. 'i-t-iiu,'iiii'i ,,ie
freed Miss Hough's father sued him for
her death, mid a judgment for $7.:ih; was
returned against him m the .Supreme
Court Other Mitims of the accident
;i1ft li.iv1.. ..I.it.iu 1'., rlmiinr., ....ilrtt
I him. and under pressure of thec he
went into Ivmkruptcr on August m, iri3.
Four davs before his mother t'.eciitcd
her will giving his share of her estate to
his wife, Hosenheimer (lied ii petition in
bankruptcy, giving his liabilities as (37,772
and including tho judgment for Miss
Hough'sdcarh. Ho said lie had no asset,
but wearing apparel.
JInd he received nny part of his estate
it'wcmlcyiavebeen seized hv his creditors
nnd this is underslood to Vm tho "reason
which ho is acquainted with" mentioned
in his mother's will.
Tho London Netriln Comn.mv was sold
on recently for (300 on a judgment for
"ANGELS IN ART' TABLEAUS.
Given at I.lttle Thentre to
Phrjstle Street House.
"Angels In Art," after woiks of the old
masters, were staged In living pictures nt
the Little Theatre last night for the le.'tie
fit of the Chrystlo Street House. The
pictures were accompanied with appio
prlatc solos and instrumental music. The
audience, mostly women, filled the thea
tre and showed Its appreciation of the
posing of the voting people In the angel
pictures of Murlllo. Gozzoll, llaphal,
Slgnorelll. Peruglno. Donatello, da Forll
Gov. Sulzer was represented by Major
Edward G. Schermerhoin. his military
secretary. Among those promt were Mr.
and Mrs. Henry W. Taft. Mrs. Andrew
Carnegie, Mrs. James R. McKee, Mrs.
Stanley W. De.Mer, Mis. John 11. Flagler,
Mr and Mrs. Cass Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs.
Van Vechten Olcott, Mrs. Frederick, C.
Penllcld and Mrs. George Stevens Schei
merhorn. "Angels III Art will be given again
this afternoon and evening.
Msir. Lexxls N'oxt a Pnstor.
Cardinal Farley has appointed his
former secretary. Mgr. James V. Iwis.
to the rectorship of the Roman Catholic
Church of SI Francis de Sales on East
Nlnety.slxth ftreet. The appointment
makes Mgr. IawIs the ounsest rector
In the city.
Auctions No. 11
To-Day at 2:30
AW w sum
Unrestricted Public Sole
By order of
The Union Bank of Canada
The Colonna Collection
of Pottery, Ceramics, Bronzes,
Pewters, Metal Work, Arms, Fur
niture, Paintings and Engravings.
The sale will be rondnrtfd by
Hit, THOMAS E. KIRIIT.
Misted by Mr. He-met. nf th
American Art Associatioi, Muagers
B i:ast M.I , Madison s,j So,
FLETCHER'S WILL FILED.
Almost Entire Kstate, Said to
3r,000, Goes to One Mnn.
Rostov, April St. The will of John W.
rieivner. me painusi, wnc
Fletcher, the palmist, who committed sul-
fWe t the Hotel I'elham on Tuesday, has
been filed at Kast Cambridge. It wa
made In ll'OS. and witnessed by C. W.
Kennedy, W L. Atkinson and F W. Bow
in in of New York. No valuation was
clven It Is estimated that Fletcher left
Cameron A. Patchln Is the chief bene
ficiary, being willed all the property In
Fletcher's suite In addition lo a straight
I" quest of II, 000, a bequest of 16,00(1
eery three months for a period of three
years, and the Income from a trust fund
established by turning all the residue of
the estate, after the gifts arc taken out,
At tho end of six years the entire fund
Is to go to Fatchln. l'rlvate bequests
amounting to 111.600 are made.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS,
Lofts GoLriSTEtN, who died on April
1, leaving over flo.OftO. gave only J35S
to his parents, who live In Russian
Polnnd, and said that this bequest Is to
reimburse them for money he borrowed
from them to come to Aiiurlci
Lorts SmiHKUT. who died m November
K 1911. left 775,HOO. Ills wife, SelmA
Slcgbcrt, Inherited the entire estate In
trust, and ufter her death her children.
I.uclle 11. Ileinetnan and Henry Slcgbcrt,
will divide It. The testator had 11 three-
tlfth.i Interest In the cotton goods firm
of Louis Slegbert & Co.. 114 Greene
street, which Is valued at I1S0,!78.
Jitrez E. C. Pittu-irs. who died on
July 3, 1912, left I47.5M to her two
sisters, nephews nnd nieces, who were
not found until after a search of sis
Apei.ine Travers. who died on Septem
ber 1, 1911, left IS9.50S to six children.
Cornelia Eaton, who died on February
11. 1912, left 1119,31's. She made the
following charitable bequests : Presby
terian Hospital, $15,000, Church of St.
Francis Xavlor, J9.000; St. Vincent's Hos
pital. J7.000, and $2,500 each to the Little
Sisters of the Poor and the Roman
Catholic Orphan Asylum. Her husband,
William S. Eaton, got $42,497.
Mahuaret L. Moore, who died on
January 30. 1912, left IHH.147 to nine
Hannah M. Rockwell, who died on
February 25, 1912, leaving $40.f0'i, made
the following bequests: Methodist Epis
copal Hospital, $6,000 ; M. K. Church
Home. $1,600. nnd $1,000 eath to the
Ladles Home Mission Society. Deaconesses
Home. Women's Homo Mission Society.
New York Conference, Ministers Mutual
Aid Association and American Bible So
ciety. William F Hott, a Titanic victim,
who was a member of the lace Importing
firm of Il.iushton, Lee & Hoyt. left
$23,117 to bis father. Charles E. Hoyt.
He had $32,260 accident Insurance.
ArufsTfs W Kirkiiam, who died on
March 1912, left $27,010 to his widow,
William Pieiison Fikpo, a lawyer, who
died on October 29, 1912. left $19,125.
En warp B. Mipuleton left $23,620 to
Hakolp R. Gray, who died on September
17, 1912. left $56,123 to his father, Will-'
lam S. Gray.
John P. Pomerot. who died at East
Barrlngton. Mass., left $2,S32 to his
widow for life.
Marietta Lvdinoton, who died on
August IS last, left $100,C,41. Robert B.
Ludlngton, n son. nnd Marietta B. Koop
and Helen 1.. Powers, daughters, gut about
Anna C. Hull, widow of Major-Gen.
Harrum D Hull, left an estate of $19,646,
Ir. Oatohr Accepts Professorship.
PHILAPFl.rillA, April 25. The Rev. Dr.
William Henry Oxtoby, pastor of tha
Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, has ac
cepted the cnll to the chair of Old Testa
ment literature at the theological semi
nary at San Anselmo, Cal.
Temperature In Atlantic City.
Atlantic Citt. April 26. The tem
perature was 60 at noon here to-day.
BURDEN-Suddenly, st his reMnc. I
Kan Ninety second street, on Wednes
day. April 23, I. Townseml Hurdsn, ht
loved huslinnd nf Kvelyn Byrd Moils. In
the seventy-nfth year of his age,
Funerul services will be held In Orses
Church at 11 o'clock to-dsy. Interment
In Albany Htirn.1 Cemetery.
IIAYNES On Friday, April 25. 1913, at her
residence. Hotel Marie Antoinette, An
nette Wagner Haynes. wife of the 1st
Albro lluiten" Haynes and beloved
mother ef Mrs. Harry Taylor Phermsn.
Fiiner.-il at St Stephen's Church. West
Mvl -ninth street, near Hroadwsy, nn
Sumliy. April 27 at 3 P. M. Interment
nn Monday nt ' Pal .tlne Bridge, New
linitlttCK nmered Into rest, at Paterson,
N J , nn Thursday, April 54, Mil,
liulse M. wife nf Hugh M llerrlck,
Ttelatbes and friends aie Invited to at
tend funeral on Mundav, April 21, at
her late home, mi Carroll afreet. Pat
rison, al 11 A. M.
McCOKMICK. I.nuilrn, sged 10. Services
Tin: ri'NKHAi. church." 2i wst
Tuenty-third street (Frank E. Campbell
Hulldlngl. Saturday, 11 o'clock. Auto,
PlItlH. At Plimouth. Fls.. on April 14,
after a' very In let llln.il. John T. Plrls
of New York and Chicago, in hla eighty
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SIl.I.KCK. Mary Joaephtne. wife of Charles
D. SjtUerk and daughter nf the late Rev.
George Tajlor. at her home, Itldfewood,
N. J., April Si. l'JIS,
I'uneral aervlcea at the realdenc on ar
rival of train leavlnc Krle Railroad sta
tion, Jeraey City. Monday, April SI, 1:11
P M. Carriage! lll meet trsln,
TIERS. At hla home, In South Oranga,
N J.. on April 2. Francla H. Tiers, hui
band of Catherine M. Tiers, In his
eUty-ninth year. '
Funeral private. Philadelphia, Chlcsgo
and Milwaukee papera please copy.
Slc-K. Coavalei'-eata Carrlsa: luis ws
FRANK Ei GAMPIELLt t' "siTS