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THESUN,' SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914
MANY AT DAtiCE FOR
MISS RATHRYN BACHE
ii -4,. Plt'oti T,nst Nielli ill thn
1'art.V ltycn WISl III U1U
Larpfe llallroom at
-. . iifir tl Tfcll I '"iiwiiii in i u in iii.ercsiiiiK iu ueiiev"
SI'IM'KK MAltJlLh JlUU.U thnt tho Arnhs, even In the Middle Ages,
. . jrenllzetl tlilnventlvo genius of the West,
31m. Willlmn Hrock Shoemaker
(iives Diiiico In Plaza
(ifvrr.u interesting ilancea kept society
o-cupinl l.i.st nlKht. One of tho larRest
was tli.'t Klven 1110 ,1,rK "aMroorn nt
Merry' '' Mr' nml Mr!1, JuleM s' ,,"cll
for their debutante daughter. Miss Knth
tin It. Haclie. Mrs. Macho and her dnugh
tl.r rceied and assisting them wan Mrs.
Frederic" L. llicnartis, sister 01 ino uc
b'junte Anions the guests were tho Duchess do
Ctuulnes. Mr,nd Mrs. Arthur Scott Hur
,lr .Mr ami Mrs. Alfred Maey, Mr. and
Mr. Frank A. It. Washburn. Mr. and
Irs K. Co Kerr, Mr. niid Mrs. Fomery
T Franci. Mr. and Mrs. llertr.nid U Tay
iJr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Henry,
Mr ami Mrs. Franklin Mutt Warner, Dr.
iuid Mrs. Preston I. Hatterwhlte, Mrs.
Herbert Slilpinau, Mrs. Hermann Oel
Mrs. William II. Dlsston. Mr. and
Mr Ue Laiicey Nlcoll, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
"erei'ck Kdey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ll. Tre
vor, Mr. and Mrs. 1-Mwnrd N. Hreltung,
Mr.' and Mrs. Harry La Montague, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Gould, Mr, and Mrs. llcorgo
Hose, Mr. and Mrs. Lyttleton Fox, Mr.
jind Mr. Henry Plerrepont Perry, and
Mr and Mrs. Frederick Y. Dulxlel. There
were alfo present tho Mlsca Mary Hrooks.
Josephine .Nlcoll. Julia Edey. Sybil Young,
Naomi Andrews, Hester Harrows,
Weltlne Hotchklss. Bdlth Uouvtcr. Kuth
trine llusted, Lentllhoti Gilford. Harbnra
Shedd. Mildred Holmes, Lois Cunningham.
Penelope Sears, Dorothy and Marjorle
Hancock. Marlon, Dlantha and Katherlne
Fitch. Ada Hryce Gray. Helen Ulckert,
Frances Wlnnnts. Dorothy Guyon, Helen
Hiss, Alice Haven. Hope Hamilton, liar
burn itutherfurd. Marjorlo Dodd, Augusta
White, Ustolle U Hrien. riiea aim i-nria
von Ilergen; Haclie, II. llrown, Wtuthrop
Hrooks, David Harrows, Phelps Newberry.
Walter Eaton, Carter Phelps, Hubert and
Cord Meyer, Carroll Alker, Edward Ship
per Vivian Palmlerl. William Palmer,
Han-cy 8. Lailow. Maurice Itochc, Henry
C. Steers. Frederick O. Cunnlnithiun,
Thomas Potter. Ashbel Wall. Jr., Connor
Lawrence, Morris W. Pryor, Harry Du
rand, Matthew Ixjorani. W. Hrenton Well
In, llobert MoC. Hutt. Hsmund P.
O'ilrlen. Samuel Harlow, Rodorta Well
man. Harry CushlnR 3d. Albert H. F.ly,
Jr., Foster MllUken, Jr.. Frederic Coudcrt.
Jr Wilson P. toss, jr., uorix imwri
Innes-Ker, Magistrate Peter T. Harlow.
es-Ambaador John G. A. I.elsUnian.
i:il.ha Dyer, Franklin A. Pliiminer, JJuiIro
.Vorman S. Dike, JudKe Lewis S. Faw
cctt, ex-.Vitibassador Charles Pago Hryau.
1'hrenlx Ingraham, Frederick II. llaldwln,
Major G. Crelghton Webb. John Ander
son. Ford Huntlnptoii, E. Clarence Jones,
Liwrence Attorbury. Julius W. Noyes,
J'hlllp La Montaicne. Campbell W. Stew
ard. Henry Coleman Drayton. Charles
Jlayden, Markoe Robertson. T. Chesley
Rlchai-dson. Jr.. and Julian T. Ulshop.
There were two bands for dancing,
Franiwi's and Europe's. Supper was
ferved In the marble room.
.Mrs. Shoemaker's Dnnce.at the lls
Another dance of last night was that
irlven by Mrs. William Hrock Shoemaker
n the rose room at tho Plaza. Mrs.
Shoemaker rccelvod the guests at the
ntrnno,. of the room, which was dec
orated with Southern smllax and pink
roses. There was general dancing, and
after mldnteht a seated supper was
erved. Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Goodhuo Livingston, Mr. and Mrs.
August Relmont, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Dlx, Mr. and Mrs. S. Harold Freeman.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rogers. Mr, and
Mrs. George R. D. Hchlcffelln. Mr. and
Mrm. J. Gordon Douglas, Mr. and Mrs.
David Wagstaff. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett
J I. Kip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Llvlpg
Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Lowls Spencer Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick A. de Peyster, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis V. I Hoppln. Mr. and Mrs.
Uoelet Gallatin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J.
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Charles do L. Oel
rlchs, Mr. and Mrs. Iiwls G. Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clews, Mr. and
.Mrs. T. J. Oakley Hhlnelander, Mr. and
Mrs. Dlilancey Kountze, Mr, anil Mrs.
ICIIIaen Van Rensselaer and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert 'Hall McCormlck. Jr.
Htrma of the others present were the
.Mia Catherine U Hnrnerslcy, Jeanne
King. Augusta McCagg, Lo Hrun Parsons,
PrimU Pearson. Eleanor llurrlll, Murlt
Jiulse Emmet. Kathertne, Steward, Mabel
Gerry. Rutli King. Maud snepheru, l-.t-
Me Pearson, Helen Rives, Jeanulo Emmet,
Margaret Steward and Margaret wag
staff; Edward d Peyster Livingston,
John Munroo. E. Hubert Lltclillcld,
ThlllD Hlrekhead. James PelU Francis
Klnnlcutt. William Hruce-Brown. Evan
ler H. Schley. ABhbel Harney. Henry T.
Kmmet. Jr.. George Henry Warren, Jr.,
Marshall Kernochan. George Norton Mil
!r. Jr., J. Clinton Gray. Jr.. S. Frederic
Mills, Malcolm Sloano, Walden Pell,
Wnrtiworth Iws, Lawrence Hutler,
Whltewrlght Watson, Emlen M. Dray
ton. 11 Coster Wllmerdlns and Harry S,
DINNER FOR THE GARRISONS.
Secretary and III Wife tiursts of
Honor at Mr. I.er'.
Mrs (leorpe Iary gave last nlKht at
her i,ou.e, 1033 Fifth avenue, ii dinner
followed by music, for Secretary of War
Llndlev M. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison.
There were decorations of sprlnic flowers,
for thu table and throutrhout the house
nere American Heauty roses and iiottod
Amonir thn miests were Mr lind Mrs,
Pteiley Pleld Malone, Mr. and Mrs. Lmvls
n Woodruff, Mr. and .Mrs. William a,
Itam.lton. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Speyer,
Mrs tiouverneur KortrlBlit. Miss Cora-
1.. x.i.... 1t,.ll,nu-l, llvr.iti (lulfl.
lltll, ..nan mimiinini
nn'fih Mr. and Mrs. Kmll J. Stehll and
ft Ks M Hobliison.
1 ami Mrs. I.eary will go to Wush
k' on Simdav with Mr. and Mrs. Oar
to attend the danco to be kIwi ''
President and Mrs. Marshall.
,neal of Mr. nml Mrs. Ilnlicock
.Mi and Mis. William H. llabcock Kave
" 'incheon jesterday at the Whitehall
in Mattery uUee. for Hunter Mc
li'rild, the Incoming president of the
V ricnn Society of Civil HnKlncers. and
i.uoiiio Swain, the rutkliiK prehldent
'he society, and their wives. The,
oi ,t Kuests were Mr. and Mrs. (ieorixe.
' Ultiredifo, Col. and Mrs. J. A. Ocky
' Mr and Mrs. Thomas M Itlanhnrd,
Mr nil Mrs. C. Warren Hunt, Mr. and Mrs.
H I.. P Deyo, Mr. and Mrs. Uudolph P.
M ler, Mr, and Mrs. (leorgo L. I.uciim,
M and Mis. William II. Chllds. Mr. and
Mrs J, Waldo Smith, Mr. nnd Mis. Al
frei Cniven, Mr. and Mra. Allen Hnien,
Mr nml Mrs. Alfred Noble and Mr. ami
M. W (iuslav Trlcst.
Weallier nt Winter nesorts.
Hamilton, Ilermuda, Jan. 23. Tm
renaure 58 ; partly cloudy,
1'aim Hkach. Via., Jnn. S3. Tempera
ture H9j cloudy. 1
Hcu.uAiii, Fia., Jan. 23. Temperature,
72 i clear.
dm Point, Va., Jan. 23. Temperature,
LECTURE AT MRS. SHEFARD'S.
Ir. Zruirr Srrltii I'ltnit for Nile
Dr. Samuel M. Finer, F. II. tl. S..
gave n lecture lust night at the homo of
Mrs, Flnlcy J. Bhepnrd, tit r.7 Fifth ave
nue. I)r, Zwcmer. who Is making n tour
of i"Ib rmmtry to secure funds for 4iu
Nio Mission Press llulldlng In Cairo,
spoke on "The Kvnngcllzutlon of the
"The present, awakening of China," he
Kiilil, "will doubtless irovo tlmt not only
In the just but uIko In the present the
Chinese nr.i nb.ivo nil nntlons .lever In
nu one ivno mis ever siu.nru 1110
Arnhlc language, or even their literature,
as fur as It tins been translated, can
doubt that the language of tho Arabs,
which they call 'tho language of the
angels,' Is of alt living languages perhaps
the most delicate In structure, Immense
In voenbblary, and of grent possibility
for the expression of every form of
-Moles or (he Sochi! World.
' Mrs. Hcnrv Itrcvoort Kano will slv a
the d.iiis.iut p.1 Sherry's this afternoon for as
her daughter. Miss Florence Kane.
The last of tho dancos organized by
Miss Florence Jamei will take placo to
night t thu St. Regis.
There will be a meeting to-night at
the annex of tho Metropolitan Club In a
now scries of dances organized by Mrs.
Charles .1. Welch and others. The host
will be Dr. Adrian Van do dfcndu Hsck
huyipii, Consul-General of tho Nether
lands at New' York.
Mrs. Herbert S. Frank of 222 Riverside.
Drive will glvo n reception this afternoon
fur Mrs. Jon-ph I lr.nl ford Carr.
Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt will glvo a 1
luncheon to-day at her home, i East
Mrs. Jullen Stevens L'lman will glvo a
dinner at her home, 24 East Elghty-ilrst
street, on Tuesday.
Mrs. Morton Wlst.tr ulth Will glvo a
party for her young daughter, Miss Lucy
Woods Smith, at liou WYsl End avenue on
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Marshall of
Warrenton, Vru, have announced tho en
gagement uf their daughter. Miss Sarah
Robb Tyler, to David M. Warren of White
Hall Farm, Warrenton. No date has
been set for 'the wedding.
Alexander Knuta gave a small theatre
party for Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter
of President Wilson, at tho Manhattan
Opera House Inst night to see Forbes
Robertson In "The Merchant of Vcntco."
Afterward Mr.'Konta took his guests to
the St. Regis for supper.
Mrs. William G. Rates gave, a small
dance last nlifht at her home, 31 West
Forty-ninth street, for'lier daughter, tlss
Amy H nidi si i Johnson.
James Frederick Andrew gae a re
coptlon at 30 West Scventy-tlrst etrest
for his debutante daughter. Miss Doris
Mrs. E. Huntington Fallows will give
a dinner at tho Plaza on February 3
fur her dauchter. Miss Annette Fallows,
afterward taking her guest to the Junior
Cotillon at Sherrjs.
Mr Flnlev .1. Shopard gae her house.
57!) Fifth itvenue, last night for a lecture
by Dr. vwemcr, a famous Arabian mis
slnnnrv. whoso subject was missionary'
work In Eevnt. The lecture was given
under the auspices of tho Nile. Missionary
Press, which published and distributes
Christian literature in Egypt
Ev-Judge nnd Mrs. John Clinton Gray,
who will sail for Europe on the Celtic
to-dav on a trip around the world, gave
a farewell dinner last night at tho St.
Regis. They will llrst go to Italy for
.an extended visit.
A dance-will he held nt the Hotel Irving,
2C Graineivy Park, to-night for the mem
lers of the Gramcrcy Park Nelghliorhood.
Mrs. Charles I. Berg. Mrs. Ingersoll
Brown and Mrs. Edward P. Sperry are
among tho patroncwes who will receive.
In thu ballro'om of the Gotham last
night was, hold the fourth of the sub
scription dances organized by Mrs. Parry
Wright. Some of the patronesses present
were Mrs. Frank B. Carpenter, Mrs. Will
iam W Bailey. Mrs. William 11. Gould,
Mrs. Ctvell Graham, Mrs John L. Lowe.
Jr.-, and Mrs. William D. Hanford.
mvim . rmsmmwtt&i. .
TTlrTM i TBT'" " (.,tMW8
PALM BEACH IS HELD
BY DANCING AGAIN
Dove Tiuijro Ten, With Only
Women GuoNtu, Attended by
50 of Winter Colony;
MANY AKKIVE AT HOTELS
Mr. and Mrs. I) revel Diddle Take
Long Morning Walks on
Lake Worth Shore.
Palm Reach, Flu, Jsn. H3. The climax
of the dancing crnzo that Is sweeping the
country was not rcachvd hero last iwlnter,
many thn predicted, but It Is certain
to got to a -greater height this season
Tho Breakers' orchestra was moved to
rho veranda to-night oh a standing order
to play dnnce music thcro ench evening
from 8 to 10 o'clock, when the minstrel
players strike up their turkey trot music
In tho palm "room of the Polnclana.
Edward nnd John Bradley have built
a beiutlful dancing casino at tlio beach
club, whero tho old guard of Palm
Beachcm congregate after midnight. II.
E. Bemls of the Polnclana announced to-
day that 'dancing will bo allowed during
dlnnor hour In th garden grill' and at
sunset In the cocoanut grovo during the
dally serving of tea. A third orchestra
will play dance muslo for private par
ties at the houseboat and other places.
Not content with thn almost continuous
dancing with men escorts a hundred
women of thu winter colony attended a
dnvo tango tea that Mrs. Tlppton Reese
gave at her villa Bullmar this afternoon
for Mrs. S. Ross Campbell, her daughter.
Miss Ethel Campbell of Philadelphia, and
Mrs. Stanley Wurrlck of Rochester. The
house was decorated with Southern smllax,
roses, nasturtiums ami polnolanas.
Mrs. Charles II. Jefferson and Mrs. R.
P, I'addlson poured tea and the Mlssos
Charlottn Haven and Fredericks Broils
foid presided at the punch bowl.
Homo of tho guests wore Mesdames
Charles I. Cragiu, Delas O. Wlckhain,
.!Am Klni? (lurk.. llrtntvA W. Ilmv V '
II. Da (.'auiarn, H. G. Goer, L. A. Geer,
George W. Potter and F. S. Dewey and
tho Misses Julia and Lucia Temple, Shirley
Wood, Cora E. Marian, Marjorio Potter
and Helen Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. Osboril Hoows of Boston,
after spending tho morning nt tennis,
started for n tishtng trip near Miami this
afternoon aboard their yacht the San
tantii. Mr. and Mr, Ewlng Hill. Jr.. of St.
Louis, who were at the Virginia Hot
Springs through December and Just ur
rived hero nfler spending the holidays In
New York, played tennis all morning and
golf In the afternoon.
Mrs. Wurd Ames of Duluth, notwith
standing that a high sea was running to
day, swam out to the end of the fishing
pier with Mr, nnd Mrs. George C. Beck-
with, who nfterward lunched with her at
Clendenin J. Ryan joined Eugene
Perry nt the Polnclana this morning.
Other arrlvnls there were Mrs. Clement
Moore. Edward C. Smith, A. O. Welch of
New York, Edmund Woods of New, Bed
ford, Mass.: Joseph IL Waldon nnd M.ss
Constance Waldon of Passaic, N, J.
Arrivals at the Breakers Included
Reginald Brooks, Mrs. II. Brodesel. Mrs.
S. A. Glbbs, Mrs. William .Cornish anil
James S. Olmsted of New York and J. C.
Drsart of Holltilaysburg, Pa.
Dwlght Partridge of New York reached
Palm Beach to-day. In his cruising yacht.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Blddlo of
Philadelphia take long dally walks before
breakfast nloug l.aKe worm,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Johnson of Phila
delphia reached. Vue do Mer to-day.
Murphy, he -of the enigmatic smile.
SuiiituJ hy Da VMt painUnt.
The Private Collection of
by the Old Masters
Early English Painters
formed by the late
OP NP.W YORK
To be old at unrestricted Public Sale
BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS
Joseph Hirsch, Rebecca Hirsch nnd Nathan Hirsch.
THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, JAN. 29
Beginning at half-past eight o'clock
In the Grand Ball Room of THE PLAZA
Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street
(AdmlMlon by csrd to be had free of the mngrr;
A DKSCRIPTI VP. CATAI.OCH'K. PltOFI'SKI.Y lUXSTKATKI).
WILL UK at'PPLU.D POST PAID AT U.NK DOl.LAlt.
All the above
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Simon Kiiankkl. who dlvil May 17 lat.
Wit 7S,G2t Ho jfavc a II fu Inttrrst In
ilin i ntlm estate to liln wire. .Mrs. name
!, Krnnkfl. niul on her dwitli It bovk to lu-r
ilHUKhtor, Cliurlotte. Sir. KnuikW was an
olllccr or the Josopn l-r.-umei s ron
ilenlers In preolous stones, anil owned 4S
nhare.i of etock bppralwil ut 1304,73. He
had notea of 103,02 mul Ills linn owed
llATTir. V Movm, who died January lt,
left her residuary cstato to her sister, Mrs.
ll. r. Kilmer, anil itavo her Jew dory and
personal property to hir hUhband. Victor
i:i.izABtrru llnowN Damp, who dlwl Jan
uarv E. left a life Interest In her oJitlro
estato to her husband. Cttirlcs H. Davis,
and on his death the principal nam to her
brother. Samuel T. Hrown, and a niece and
CltAruxs MAr.Ks, who died Januiu-y 19,
leit tho bulk of his estato to his sister,
MauMCI! U. Mbndiiam. Louis P. Mend
ham, brother of the. lato Maurice II. Mend
ham. asked the SurroBBte yestetil.iy to re.
move tho decedent h wire, .Mrs. i-ratu-Ki
Meiidhaiu, as adinmistramr or ms esiaie
on the Krotind that she has railed to tile
a bond of 116,000 as directed by the court.
' "Important Forthcoming Art Events"
The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
and continuing until the date of sale
Sale, will be conducted by MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY, a.slstecjfy Mr. Otto
The American Art Association, Managers
:, 4 and 6 Eait Twenty-third Street, Mndlton Square South, New York
WILLIAM W. WILTBANK DEAD.
Phllnilelnhln Jurist lllr In III
Jrv-nt -fourth Ymr.
PlllLAlKM'ltlA, Jan. 13. JudKe William
White Wlltbunk of Common I'leau Court
No. 2 died to-day nt his homo here In hbi
He beisan the ntudy of the law under
ICdwnrd Wuhi nnd Kll 1C. Price and was
nilmltted to tho bar In 18i!6. Ho served
In the civil war anil after the battle of
KrtderlcksburK wan commissioned n. cap
tain at tho roouest of Hen. HurnBldo.
Judge Wlltbank was u member of the
Loyal I,eKloii, the Itlttenhouse, thn Penn-
syl-nnla and the University clubs.
HOMER C. BRISTOL.
President of tbe Principe.! Ao-
elation of New York City.
Homer C. HrlstoU president of tho
Principals Association of New York city,
died op Thursday at his home, I3t' WIl
loURhby nvenue, Hrooklyn. On December
3d he was operated on ror mafioiuuis ami
inter lind an
acute attacK or kki-
ilr. HrNtol was ono of tho best known
of the public school educators. Ho was
born In Auburn. N. Y In lsil. He was
Kniduuted from the Pnlverslty of
HiK'heiler In 17 and from tho Hoohester
TheoloKlcal Swmlnary In 1S7S. Ho re
oeled his master's dettreo In art In 1S7
at New York University.
After his Rraduatlon from the Itoclicster
Seminary lie preached until 1.SS1 at Cedar
t, ...I.I. 1,. ,.'l,..,i lil lirt.iltlt ltrr,ke ilou'TI
and he' was compelled to leave the mln-1
Istry. He taught school iu California and
the Uast until In 1S97 ho became principal
of Public School 113 hi Hrooklyn. Since
1904 he had been principal of School 103.
Mr. Hrlstol whm an ex-prealdent of tho
Hrooklyn Principals Asswiatlon and
iJ;,....'. ... .... i.,..i i ,,f
P noutl. Church. His wife, a son and
i , .laughters survive him.
I llllliniun ll
i jr(iari,injf Wf, of tho Vloe-lVeni
The Ilrv. IIiikIi MHKulrr. dt-nt, wiih tho sucst ut hunur ut u luncheon
The Hev. Hugh Magulre. an Hplsoop.U 1 which Mrs. Ten Kyck Wuulell gave to
minister, win. gave up his 'hurch at 'ia.
IlurrUhurir. I'a.. tuarlv tuo rH iiko
?- l o ne rs V Twel rrih av.w
?.LJ....h",Ui.' .l..J.. ..
IlIUOIllM, III i" n.tj- i.hhi
was born In County Sllgu. Ireland. He
- i-, r.,iio... 111,1.,
,r&?r. "T Z
anil or me i iii.'ii i ..eu..o.. .......
Ilia early work was in tne rresoyieuan
Church. In 1S6 he took orders In the
I Episcopal Cliurch. Ho was lu charge of
I St. tleorge's Church. Manhattan, for a
' time, wm rector of n church In Haiti
i more and for several years was rector of
1 th Church of Our Saviour lu Hrooklyn,
I His last pnstoriil wotk was In the Ilur
Mr. Hubert T. Tlliie).
Word was received III Hrooklyn yes
terday that Mrs. Mary Mason Tlluey.
who was making tour of the world
with bcr husband. Hobert T, Tlluey. a
well known lawyer, died on Thursday ut
Calcuttn, India, after a brief Illness. The
party, which Included a sou and daugh
ter of Mr. Tlluey, started from Hrooklyn
ast August and were to return In June.
Mrs. Tlluey was n daughter of the late
John W. Mason and was born In Maine
tifty-nlne years ago. Most of her life
was pissed 111 tho Heights section In
Hrooklyn. She was well known In
Dp, t.rolfrry II, HourUe.
Wkst Sayvim.k, I,. I., Jan. 23. Dr.
Hoeffrey H. Hourke, a New York physi
cian, died this morning of pneumonia ut
his summer, home In this place. He was
horn lu lielaud and camu to this country
when a boy. Ills olllce lu New York was
at 114 West Twelfth street. He Is sur
vived by hlH ultu and two sons, Dr. John
F. Hourke and Holand Hourke.
I.eorur X. C'hlsnell.
Patki.son, N. J., Jim, 23. George S.
Chlsivell, founder of the Paterson Press,
died last night at his home In Hamilton
street, aged (IS years. He was Imrn In
Paterson. Ho rounded the rrrss sU'
after the clll war began, In 1H00 he ie-
1lred from the paiier and orgnnlzed the
linn of Heorge S. Chlswill K Son, punters.
Ills wife, wliu was Mlsa Catherine Hlliu
beth Heed of Hauiupo, N. Y. ; his son,
Hichard Chlswell, mid two daughters sur
Mr, licuritlHiin It, Hutler.
Mis, (leorgluiia Iteuaud Itutter died
yesterdi.y at her home, SM Fifth avenue,
whew she had lived nearly forty years.
She wus til" widow of Thomas Itutter,
who built n largo part of the Pennsylvania
riillioad between Altooua nnd Pittsburg
and also the tlrat tunnels In tho city of
llaltimuie. .Mrs. Hutler was a daughter
of Thomas lteiiuud. She probably was
the oldest member of St. .James's Kpls
copal Church and was vlce-piesldent of
til. Luke's Home tor Aged Women. She
A REMARKABLE COLLECTION OF
Ancient Chinese Bronzes,
Beautiful Old Porcelains
JADE, AMBER AND STONE .CARVINGS, SUMPTUOUS
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BUQCM) fc S AN p VELVET S AN D A
NUMBER OP PINE OLD CARPETS, , RUGS ' AND PhUM sNS O
PURNITURE FROM ANCIENT PALACES AND 1 EMPLES Ol1
Private Collection of a Chinese Nobleman
..nil objects proofed, by the senior member cl
Messrs. Yamanaka & Co.
AND HIS hTAPP
DURING A RECENT VISIT .TO ANCIENT CITIES OP CHINA.
Forming one of the most important Collections
ever offered at public sale in this country
The Unrestricted Public Sale will take place
On the Afternoons of Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Next, Jan. 29, 30 & 31, at 2:30 o'clock
A HANDSOME CATALOGUE
with text written hv M. D.-inn It. Cnrroll and illustrated hv 7 very fine
Auto-Chromatic Color i'lnles and numerous Halftone reproductions, will
be iuiM in limitil tMrion and will be
receipt of two dollars.
Is survived by u son. J. r.dar Tlvmipwn
.....- .1 int. t nr. Airn. i nom u
II Kent and Mrs. Oeortte I . Oiirr.
JllllII C. ICellrr.
J.,m. C Kellev. for forty-four years I
president and treasurer of tho National
Meter Company at I Chambers street,
,11... 1 enrtv t(il morntliit of HtlKht's!
dlseHin at his home, 'JI6 Hnncock streit, I
Hrooklyn. Ho also wus president of the .
J-hnsntx aoapstono oiupany uiiu a ,0f 300 Central Park Wist imve an
rector of the Home Trust Company. IIe!notinred tlio enKairemcnt of their ilniiKh-
was born In Ireland In is.i nnd came ter, Miss Clara lluttennelser. to Albert
tothlscountrywhftihownsS.veursold.il, Unc.r, son of e-c-Judire nnd Mrs
Ho leaves a widow, live daUKhters nnd j )(,nry '. Cnccr. No dato has b.,.n
Thomas II. Green.
Thomaa H. Green, drpuly receiver of
tnxes In Queens, died yesterday at his
home. 305 Madison avenue, Flushing. Ho
had been 111 six months. Ho was born
In Stockport. England, fifty-one years
iiko. Ho was assistant postmaster In
Flushing for several years. Ills wife,
who was Miss .Mary Conners, two sons
and n daughter survlvo him.
MRS. WILSON RETURNS HOME.
Mr. and Mr. IVnnels II. 5nre Will
Arrive Here To-ilny.
Wasiiinuton, Jan. .'3. Mrs. Wilson
returned last night from a two day visit
in Princeton. This afternoon she Decupled
a box at the saye concert. With htr
she had .Mine. Hryn, Miss Walter Howe,
Mrs. Ailolph Miller and Miss Hones.
Miss Hlennor Wilson was the guest In
. whose honor Mrs. Ilur leson wife of tho
Postiiiaster-C.eiier.il, entertained at a tea
"nce this afternoon,
1 Mr. and Mrs. rranels H. Sajre the
. latter of whom was Miss Jessie Wilson
lll atrlve In New 1 ork to-morrow a ml
come to Washington on Sunday for a brief
I Uslt with the President ..ml Mrs. Wll-
"eroro going to meir liomo in in-
were hosts at dinner this cmtng In honor
... iii ..,, ... , .
f Vlce-Presid. nt and Mrs. Marshall.
Tho Herman Amhas.ulor and Countess
von Hetnstoill enteiliumii ai iiiiieneon
to-day iu honor of Count and Coimttss
lo-tiay ill nonor in i uimi .inn v.f,mnn.-.
1 IX..." at by "L
, , , enter-!
Austro-IIungarlau Ambasador and Mm.'
Duiiiba, who had some additional guests
afterward for dancing at tho Playhouse.
Mrs. lMttln F. Sweet, wife of the As--i.
,.... c..r.i.iri. of 1 "iimnieri1. ell-
..... i.,. i .,, i, ,,.!,...., f.,i,.v In liimnr i if
l. liriliiv.l M.t. ... . .... . "
Mrs. Thomas J. O'ilrlen, wife of tho for- ,
mer I'nlted States Ambassador to Japan, j
MRS. BURDEN IMPROVING.
Kipeeleil to lie I ! In ll IVit lnj.
I'lillowlnu an Itperiltliill.
Mrs. I. Townsend Hurdeii, Jr., who Is
recovering at her home, ,0 Mast Seent -
eighth stieet. from uu opeiatioii for mas
toiditis, was resttng comfoitably last
night. H-t parents ..Mr ...id Mrs. Patrick
O, Shee.ly n -rive. Ifiom lHnv. r ate
rnurstuiy iukih mho w nv.
It Is expected that it will b" only u few I
days before Mis, llu.-dcn will bo able to'
leave liei- bed.
In ev York To-dn.
National Arts Club, exhibition of work
of painter members. 11? Hast Nineteenth
street, ID A, M. to 0 P. M.
American Numismatic Society, exhibi
tion of United Stales nnd Colonial coins,
Numismatics llullding, llro.idway and
ISOth street, 11 A. M. to ii P. M.
New York Stale Pharmaceutical Asso
ciation, exhibit, Maillsiin Square Harden.
Hcrkeley Literary Union, luncheon,
Hotel Aslor, 1 P M,
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company,
dinner, Hotel Aslor, P M
First District Dental Association, din
ner. Hotel Amor. 7:30 P. M,
Catholic Publishers and Churrh (ioods
Manufacturers, Hotel Astor, 7:30 P M.
Speakers Huretiu, dinner. Hotel Astor,
7:30 P. M,
League for Political Kducatlon, lecture
by Frank P. Walsh on "Tho Social Cen
tre and Public Opinio..,- Hudson Theatre,
139 West Forty-fourth street, 11 A, M.
Arlim Society, celebration of sixtieth
anniversary, dinner, clubhouse, Fifty
ninth street and Park avenue, 7 P. M.
Itupubllcan Club, discussion of "ICu-
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Catalogue of 4485 Titlea Free
mailed to early applicants on tlu
croacnnienis L-pon ino 1 isra
ir. u. ,. rwu ,ntt ,.-, ,. .
Jewellers Twenty-tour Carat Club, din
ner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 7 P M.
Lotos Club, dinner to Mayor John Pur
roy Mltchel, lly West Kifty-seventh
street, 7 P M.
Woman Suffraire J'.irty, mass meeting.
Commercial I Huh School, 8 P. M.
Mtss rinrn ItutUrnnrlsrr to WX,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 1.. lluttenv.elser
set for the wedding. Mr and Mr r.'i?-tene,-elsr
will Klv a reception fir tlu r
laushter on the afternoon of IVbruirv 1 1
UA'JT. Nottio IJ.
Funeral from "Tli:t rtr.NT.ItAl. OllUltru."
:tl Wm Twenty-llilrd utreet ( Prank E.
I'aniptj"!! Hullrll ri u l
UOOTi: on Thursday. January i:, Ii'.l,
Isabella, b.M.ncil nlfo nt iMuanl 11,.. .to.
l'unor.il sirvlees .it her l.ue renMeni -,
North Arlington .nenu llat iiriinKr,
N. J., en S.uur.l;iy. .lanu.iry ;i, ..t
1'. it. Interment prliate
DHNNETT. On Prlday. .Innunry 53. Hill,
flt the rrslilenes of Ills parenu, Ki) ll.ot
Thlny-rlKlitli treet, Philip Caswell. In
fant iin nt Ir. Ileger II, Lieiniett and
At'lnu Wheeler ti'iitiett. '
FAini'lill.D. On Wednesday, January SI.
ll'H. Siimin Ann, iililuw of Tliomns 11.
I'nlnlilhl. inoihrr nt .Mrlls, llenjainlii
T and Mwnucl W. I'slrrhlld. lit her
late resilience, Strutforil, Cwiin , in her
Puiirral nerilee" at th I'eiiErecstloual
I'hurrh, str.iitnnl, I'onn., at : 1'. SI.,
Hitturdii). January :t, ISK.
SI AYOIt January 21, .Mnl .lulo Mayor,
8ervlfe Stephen Strrrltt's Chapel. ::
KlKhlli i.ti'iniK, nciir Tnemy-tlMt slnet.
! Sunday, 1 o'clock.
NUII.HU.V. At New Hrutianlrk. N. .1. im
Frlihi), Janiinij :3. mil. Mary I'litmuu
Wiimlliiiry. lfi of .l.iinea Xrllmui and
ilatishter of the luto lean.- it ami AI.Ik.iI1
The funeral orlci. will t. nt nor
Isle resilience, or.. I,.iwn, New llrunn
lik, N. .1., on TuiMlny atternonn. .Inn
u.iry ST. nl 3 .,' lock
' ItUTTMIt On Pildi, .Imuiary 13. mil, at
hr rcsldenie. Ml I'llih utenue, ilenr
Klanu Iti'liitud Itutter, ulta ef thn lut
,t I'riiiretiin, N. .1.. on Wednetdh) .
January 51. Hill, llenrlettn Spencer,
youiii,'Fsl il.uiKlilei' uf i he lull, i.'liuncellor
Oliver .-iietu er ll.il.ited nn.1 wlduii uf
Ch.u leu (I. Huilth.
Funeral vrlie ut Trinity Churrh, Prince
ton, on Saturdu), Junuury .4, upon
arrival ( train leailni; l'enni. U.mU
Station, New York city, at 9. 31 A. ,M.
Interim nt In SIHer Aliniut I'emeterv,
Ktateu Island, Haturdii), aluoit 1 o0 I1, M,
' STHWAHT.- Junuury SS lull, Wllli.un
liU reM,.n.-e. id South
pm!". . .Mniiti li.tr. N. J. flnw--n
inti.iry :i. Sarah J Sttmp.
Sen ires Stephen .Merrill's Chapel. ;:J
HlKhth menu near Twent) -tlrat
treet. Snturd'iy. J 3m A SI
TOWNI.HV. -At Phlladrljihlii. l'a i Tliurn-
ilii), Jiitmury '.".', l'.'ll. lu tin, lueutN
third year of hli iitfe, Warilwell Thorn
ton Tow r.ley. Ijelnie.l-win uf l.eviln J.
lind Mllllile TIloltlMS T.IMIlley.
Funeral MTlei will In hel,l ,,ti Sun.l.iy.
ih iilh limt , ill J.30 p. SI. i Uu.
I, ililen, ii of Mm griiuilfi.th. I, the '.i.
lleolge II. TIuiiiiii, i 11 .y .. ,em, ,
lllo'illlllrld. V .1 I'llll.itlelpli . in I
Innstiruek. Anuria, papers pl n . . ..p .
Senliei ill "T III! I'PNKItAl. I'MI I'.i'll
2(1 Writ Tiirniy-tliliii treet iri.iul. J.
('uinpbell lIulnllHK . on Siitnbiy adir-
noon, :.3" ii'rlork
WAI.LAl'IJ lUl J .i li ii 1 1 y 1 1,. ii Muirn'ii,
Csl , Itotiert, elilret son of 1'iunk A.
Wallace, 111 Uio twent) -ninth year oi Ida
Funeral t.rvice will be held at the lioin.1
of ht father. Ti' South Slain Hie-,
Walllngfoid. Conn., on Saturday. Jan-
uary 51, at S o'llock.
WOOliVHHTON -Jumuirv :t, ut Aiiguit.i,
Ha., alter u lingering llluesn. Mlllum
Henderson Woolieiton. luiNti.iuU of
IMIth Ileal er. In tho relent) third year
of his iige.
Fiineisl from Ids ldt residence, I Hi Wen
Fifty ninth street. Suturdu). nt 3
o'clock lilnilly omit tinners
S0" FUHERAL CHURCH
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