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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
RorN noilmiov" Hoard Willi
Anpnmil liy Second Matinoo
Ainlionoo of Season.
l'KHFOllMAXCK HAS MIC HIT
TtoiH Ooclunov," thn Imprrsslvo opera
ff MoJtfct Mousorgsky, was given for
the tl-.t t.mo till season nt tho Metro
5llt.m opera limine yesterday afternoon.
ThAt punli. Intercut In the work had nut
vst K Hi' exhausted was hown by the
'.i.a i.ii.I demeanor of tlie audience. Ot
ill oner. in Hie repertory of the Metro
iollun tins le.tno least heavily Uion It
eat f pi-iple ko to hear it, they aro
drawn by something of more lasting Mg
tillk.uice in musical nrt than the piping
of the passing fonts lilnl.
Douh.l' one of the Intangible, force.
opeMl'.'C n public mind In the pri
f'md sjmintliy of Moussorgsky for the
mlnle The great canvas on which n
a bukgrcuml the nttlst ilrew his portrait
f haunted oris was the Huaslan
pnple Mouss irgsky shatcd with Tolstoy
th belief tha: the artist had n mission
jml that "'is mission should be directed
toward the prolitarlat, because that con
stituted me major part of humanity.
The material of art. In hi opinion,
in- 'JliI he Miected according to their suit
ability to tne understanding of the mass of
nun. And abne all he opposed the culti
vation of art for nrt's sake. He regardtd
art in a means of uplifting men and was
convinced ihat 1. must Invariably uttor
some nicsnage beyond the gospel of beauty,
it wa fo. fils reason that he was a leal
t. All sMiibjlism, mysticism and re
moteness of speech meant to him failure to
urn the ur ters'iindlng of the people.
Viewing "HorH Oodunov" with tluno
facts In mind, we kIiiiII tlnd no dltllculty
in discerning tlm purpose of Its peer
power, its disregard of all conventional
vtneorj, Its almost ravage directness of
utterance. We shall erhapi ticgili to com
rreh.nd what It is that grips us In this
loosely Joined scr . of eplsocUc plctureK,
Mch Hrlktng 1n lu,elf. but iiewllng more
fxplanatlon than it receives from ''f,,"'''-1
text. e shaJ rillxe tho iiMgninccnt
IllOA.eij .,.. ........
stained and consc.ervce stricken tyrant Is
rrojttled against a w ndcrful background
ef Ino.rlent democraoy. We shall lls-
cover In the nuijestlc choral passage the
nread voice of Tolstoy's and Moussorg-
sky s proletarUt. And we shall catch a
nimi-se ui me iii.mvin.-.
th comix.er's music to forms and moth
oil of such unusual character and win
The nixsent lxrfornianco of "llorls
(todnnoV at the MctnjlHilltun Is almost
n-hLl focussed uinm Adam Dldur's lm-
poMinaton of tho title role. It Is quite
tns that the opera rejidlly lends '.tself
to such treatment and that inunii en
erol s.4tlsfactioa may thus be given. it
It Is none the less true that this Imper
Kmation. which has a true trtigo path s,
th choral singing, orchestral pl.tylig and
the conducting of Mr. Toscanlnl are tho
wholly ndeiuato fetiturcs of the perform
ance. The singing and acting of other prln
c'.pabi are ommenlullc, and sometimes,
as In tho case of Mme. Ober, moro than
that, but they do in.t all eiual tne He-
irwiids of the score. Th tnith is that ,
the real star of tho perform ince after ,
Mr. Dlilur Is the dlst ngu'.slied conduc
tor, w'loi-e skill welds the whole lnu a
ltsl musical entity.
For the sake of the record it may l
.,tl that a new Held. in mezzo-M prann, '
l'.arniopile Delaunols. mada her debut In
the sniall role of Throtlore. She showed
a pood knowledge of the stage, but an
apire. Mtlon ot her singing ir.uld hardly
lw ob'.u.ncd fivni tho part shj had ts
trrda) PIANISTS OF A DAY.
Itreltlng; of Clin Ifr Mualc lines On
by Day nml .Mitht.
Tie n-esent season of music Is yet
ou:,g, ljt pianists continue to pass In!
procession before the bewildered gaze of
thi professional observer. Thirteen hnd
Ue-i h. aril when yestertlay dawned and
lefoie the n.ght hnd ended two more had
Utr aided to the list. Fifteen pianists
In the fl'st s... weeks of a musical season
make a large If not precisely a rich rec
ord af.d vet the average level of merit
his t.een high. I'erhaps that Is one rea
son my atl save those of the foremost
-,.r noiiM do well to avoid New York.
When the general level is so high to rise
.'how :t far enough to command moru
'nan momentary notice ono must be a
vlrtuo-o and Interpreter of the first rank.
Thn th of the two pianists to bo heard
ete'liv was Mine. Olga Samaroff. who
as W:i silent for some time. She playe I
i I'araee.e Hall In the afternoon. Her
lire lpnl numbers were lteethoven's D
ii' - sr-uita. opus 31, nnd MacDowell's
Sr-..! i I'.rolca " Mme. Samaroff I? a
rool inanst. who has a clean and faclb?
techn and who understnndH well the lm
Iiort.ir . o of the singing tone. She has
Us:e and intelligence and some of her
l'n. rg esterdaj. as. for Instance, In tho
vh.-rzo of Mr. MacDowell's tlnely con-
elv. 1 and richly developed work, was ad
T.r.Me Hut In the more serious parts
n' h s same composition the pianist was
va'.t i g ,n the necessary breadth of style.
At ,i ul nn Hall In 'the evening the other
l.a-.-t, Adele Kaetz. was lieaid. Her
in.' ini'(" tant number was Schumann's
"Ca. ,), Miss Kaetz showed that she
l-art etij... el good Instruction nnd ex
ilb.'.d a fairly good technic. Hut there
wr M.thlng In her performance to how
hut shf was eiuite ripe for public demon
nr..' i.-.s Sho might perhaps protlt by
f art, . , study or n deepening of musical
i i, IKe.
M - Lhvird Martin Stout of M Last
Klf; -t.t;!,th street lias announced thu en
itirfii, i,t of her niece. Miss Dorothea
Wi'-b Fir-ons, to Joseph Flanagan
t o uty M Iss F.i rsons Is tl e
..f Arthur Webb I'a.on and a
i:te .t-gramlil uigliter of tho late Chief
J1,- .. TlKoplulua l'arsons of Mnssachu
tt. at one time president of Harvard
l'" ruitx Her mother, who was Miss
!.,... i,r.i-s, was a granddaughter of
the LMiian A. Chandler, Senator from
S'rv. .1. rsey .Mr. Dechert Is the son of
the ,,t.i Yellot Dashlild Dechert and a
i.enl'. of Mrs. John l'orter Shannon of
: rt i.iy He Is a senior at I'rlnccton,
'" l.ai has been mentioned for the wed
Mrs IienJ.unln L. (irelder of Staunton,
V l, .is .umouie ed the engagement of her
iu nihil r, M ss Paulino Antrim Cteldir.
n l:.i p i Uoiild French, son of Mr. tinil
Mrs .l.nneH M Flench of Hast tlranee,
v I The wedding will take place In
T , ngagement of Miss Katlierluo Ly
man White, daughter af Mr. and Mrs.
Alfnd T Whltu of in Itemsen street,
II ooKlyn. to Henry II Van Slnderen, sou
"f Mis. William L. Van Slnderen of 133
lli-.ry stieet. was announced yesterday.
I'"' . f.-imli.eH am ptomlnent on the
'I g' tn Mr. Van Sinneien Is a' brother
'f AdiLiti Van Slnderen, who married
- Annie Jean White, the sister of his
He engagement of Miss Helen tier
1 i "use, t In- younger daughter of Mr,
1 Mi-, liiurge C. Case, to Jarnes Noyrs
li' '..r ,tr, son of Jnmes N. Wallace of
1 Si Marks avenue, Brooklyn, was
' ""ii eed yisterday ut a luncheon In her
11 , :.''S Fifth street.
Illnner for M Us Helen Purler.
'' t.-i ami, N J. Nov. 2S,AIioiit fifty
''o'M "ew York and Mont--unr nt
a I . I nner KlVell to-lllht hv Mrs.
i Lincoln AdiunH of Llewellyn roid
'im Hden L. Knlckerti.i'ker Porter,
' " of Mr. and Mrs. N. Todd Porter,
. ,mio nvulo her debut yc-itorday.
Miss Justine Van It. Towiiscml
Amonr Those, Who Arc
DAXCIXU AXI) DINNERS
Debutantes again occupied the attention
of society yesterday and several recep
tions wero given In the afternoon In their
honor. Mrs. Thomas II. Ilarber gave one
at her home, IS Hast Seventieth street, to
Introduce to society her niece, Miss Jus
tine Vait ltensselaer Townscnd. Assisting
In receiving weio tho Misses l'rlscllla
I'ealiody, Mnldlo Alexandre, Adrlenne
lsclln, Itulh Cutting. Kltzabeth Clarks.m,
Janet Henderson Itobb, Mary Stevens
Chapln and Kiithcrltio Oakman. Mrs.
Harbor will glvo dinners and theatre
parties for her niece on December 5
Mrs. William II. Hyde gave a reception
at fill Hast Nlncy-tlrst street to Introduce
her daughter, Miss Sylvia Hyde. In the
receiving part weto the Misses Ix)Ule
ltussell Houdlcy, Josephine Do Oersdorrf,
Jcanhcttu Olypbant, Theodora Dunham
and Vcronli.i I'raser. An informal dinner
followed tho iccopilon and afterward
Mrs Hydo took the young people and
several friends to thoCort Theatre to
see "L'nder Cover."
Mrs. A. Ulalr Thaw of 701 Madison
avenue gave a large reception wl.h danc
ing at tho Women's Cosmopolitan Club
yesteiday afternoon to Introduce her
daughter. Miss Barbara Thaw. In tha
rectlving party were the Misses Katharine
Thaw. Ftcdrrlka Peterson. Mildred Saw
yer, Marietta Chapln, Marie it. Thayer,
Olivia Stui levant Hrdniann, Catherine
Chllds and Anno J. Wood in. A illnner ,
luiiunt ii lliv i iLvl'iiuii miu itiv
pT, ,T Holt Thnvir 1
Calerl lioit, innyer
i I nV.l ; Ylvln.. Piimierl IvT,,
and 1 nul Jaiiacl. IMati l aim eri. mix n ,
. .." t..'
ThBW w, kIvc a ,lancc at tho
for llr ,,.ulBhter on December S3.
M starr ,-, walker Introdi
wirn i.rauui itiiu ui ....... I
i me club
ilatiBltter.'.MIsa Kvelyn Sheldon Walker, at
reception held nt her home. ICS Kast
Thlrty-clgbth strtet. Receiving with Mrs.
Walker nnd her daughter were Mrs. War
ren Sanford Adams. Mrs. Townscnd Hus
sll, the Misses (Jrace Itogers. Klsle Sage.
M,u, , ,,,,.0,! , Mar0 Vanderho-f.
M John Clinton W.rk and Miss Satah.
TurIu.r w(.rc a, lhe tPa t.lWc, Mrs. Wnlker
will clve a dance for her daughter on
Anofhi-r reception of yesterday after
noon was given at the Colony Club by Mrs.
I Herbert Ten Hroeck Jaciiuclin to Intro-
, , .laughters by a former marriage.
.... ,i . i i-.
: ; n . . " . ' we j,,1,,
Isalxlla Hanks Taylor. Kdlth McKeever,
Mary Coms'.ock and Adele Hlotv.
Actor's Ilnnuliti-r .lliirrlpil In Her
I'll re ills' Hum i IJrnnicroj- I'nrk.
T"... e.ilillnir nf Mls Allelalltn Wilson.
(ia,1(.),er Krancis Wilon, the nctor.
and Mis. Wilson, to Itussell Adams Illlss,
son of Mrs. Susan Handy Itllss. took tilaco
at the home of her parenst. 2t (Jramercy
I'ark, yesterday afternoon. The cere
mony was preformed In 'the library in tho
presence of a small company of lelatlves
nnd friends by the Itev, Townscnd Itus
sell. Tho room was arranged to represent
a chapel and there, wero decorations of
palms, smllax, bay trees and autumn
Thu bride, who was given away by- her
father, wore a gown of white satin
charmeue made with a court train of
satin edged with tulle and embellished
iili nr.inire blossoms. She wore a veil
of tulle, held In place b a wreath ifi
orange blossom-, and among her orna
nieii's was a diamond pendant, the gift if
the bridegroom. Miss Kntherlne lirown
was the maid of honor She wore a
costume of jcllnw satin and chllfon
trimmed with lace. Tho bridesmaids, the
Missel Kllzabeth Krotel and Winifred
i.'.,r..., wore costumes of white taffeta
silk veiled with palo pink net. Mls Olivia
H'erner. the flower girl, wore a fro.'k of
pale pink chiffon nnd satin and carried
a basket of autumn (lowers. Arthur Mint
was his brother's best man. There wero
Following the ceremony then- was a
small reception. Mr and Mrs. Illlss left
later on their wedding Journe
Ilrlde. Who .Married tiernrd's !fi'rf
lnr. Will lire ld I'ross Niirsr.
Cl nvBl.ASP. Nov as M'ss Mildred
Alleln Devereux, dauchter of Mr. and Mrs.
ii tv lievereux. uetame I lie Hit lu-io i
of'u 'l' Winslow. ecetnr.v to James W.
Jertrd Amoi.can Ambassador to. tier-!
many. Tho bride's father, who Is wealthy.
K noted a a hoi-soman. , Miss ,
maile her ilebUl at Hie coiomui v.noi nnu
a year ago. two years sign nun m-i
mother she was pieeunted nt the court
of St. James's In Hugland nid it ihu court
ni 1-nmer.ir wMII.im In tlermany.
w, - iftn
A wedding ticepiion nnu uaiiio mi ,m
guests followed the ceremony at the sum-
mer homeof the Devereuxs. Mr. Winslow
and his brido (.tailed later for New Vork.
from whrro they will sad December 2 for
Herlin, where they will llvo. Tho brido
has announced that sho will offer herself
ns a lied Crws nurse. Among the guests
were Mr nnu uumo vu.io,e, t
New York nnd Farls and Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Andrews of Now York.
I'oriner J'riin roiitbnll I'lnjer
Cliiilliiini, N. Is llrldeuroom.
I'lIllPKU'iliA. Nov. 2i. Miss M iry Jar
.lino N-tMtne he bride of Dr Annm Hoss
Crnmiof Chathain, N' J.. to-day In tho homo
V Westcl.e.tcr of ho bride's father. N. It.
i4Jallne. The .lev Jul.- U 'rovi.-t. reiior
of tile lipiscopai nine ii ,ifc ,e-,, ,,,
r,.riiil the coiemoliy
Tlio brido was nUciided by Mm. William
(lerliaiit a matron of honor, while Flmer
Iteynolds of Madlwn, N. .1., luted as Is-st
man. Dr. Crane, familiarly known as
"Top," Is a graduato of tho Fnlvorslty of
IViinsylvaniii and was a tiwklo on tho
' i;ultllll 1,'llolilllicillell.
South Oiianok, N. J., Nov. 2S. Miss
ugusta L'llnmmedleii. daugliter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Sylvester V. L'lloiiuni dleu, was
married m-day In tho Chinch of the Holy
Communion to Homrt Arthur Fulton jf
LUerpool, nngland. The ceremony was
lierfonnisl by the rector, tho Itev lieorgo
A Hanna, assisted by the Hi-v. Frank It,
Itea.or, rector of St. Mark's Church, West
Onnge The bride was atti tided by Miss
Xg'ncH II. drew of Iliston. Theio was a
reception at the home of the bride's aunt,
Mrs. Frank Arnold of Montrose avenue.
The matriage of Miss llowepa ldolse
Lawrence, daugliter or Lysnnder W. Law-
I,, liniiirt l'. Staats, miu of .1. lluiry
Siaat's of Manhattan, took pluro yester
day afteinil.lll III llie nwoe- .... ........
fiminn iiveiiue. liooklyil. The Itev.
Dr. St. Clair Hester, pastor of tho Mes-il-lh
1 !! Church, olllclated. Miss Fred
.'i..t ,ii Kinnts was inald ot honor. Paul
II. West of lis Fall was bent Ulan, A
rcreiitlon followed Mr f
ate of WllllnniH College.
OUi.iici in , hi"
Mmllii Wiin il.
Miss Doris It. Wood, dauglilcr of Mrs,
i. i- wn,i nf nna West Seventieth street
...'nu'...rHiit vesterday mornlriK In the
Church of tho Hlessed Hacrnment to Will-
Black and Blue, but Forgets
Where, Says Mrs. Hutchlns
Widow, in Will Contest, Calls
(liven her choice of going to Jail or
testifying before u special examiner In
a suit to break her husband's will, Mrs.
Ktllsou ltutchlns, widow of tho former
ownor of tho Washington 'osf, told re
luctantly yesterday how her husband oncu
beat her until her legs and arms wero
black nnd blue, and then completed the
Job by beating her slstcr-ln-law nlso
Mrs. Hutchlns reached her determination
to talk only after Judgo Augustus N
Hind of tho United States District Court,
beforo whom contempt proceedings had
been brought, warned her that If ho sent
her to Jail she would stay thcro until
sho changed her attitude and would under
no conditions bo released on ball pending
Mrs. Hutchlns prefaced her story by
telling the Judge why sho had refilled
to go to Washington to testify In per
son nt tho trial of tho suit brought by
her youngest stepson. I.eo Hutchlu, to
break Ills father's will.
"In the llrst place," she said with a
petulant toss of the head, "I never liked
Washington anyhow. It's merely n sm.if.
village, where everybody gossips aliout
everybody else's business. Then I tinted
tho terrible notoriety of testifying. Again
I could not nfford to make the trip with
Attorneys Myer Cohen nnd Frank J.
Hngnn, for I.ee Hutchlns, pointed out to
Judge Hand that the defendant could
not bo In great need of funds, since
she has a luxurious suite of rooms In
the Hotel Vanderbllf. They also showed
JuilBe n'n order "granted 'by the Pu
,r.fn"' Collrt of lh nl!,rlet of folumbln ,
,. . ii,hin in hnrmtv f ar. nna
nUnwlnB 51 ""tchlns to borrow $35,000 .
from thu ,rujllce of ier ),ub.ind's estate.
William .1. Dante, whose many legal
Irnnhl.. lin.lsr h- Irnil nml hnvn
given to tho case the Informal title of
Mrs. Hutchins's testimony Wore Spe
clal Examiner Charles S. Houghton Is
expected by Iee Hutchins's lawyers to
prove their contention that Stilson
Hutchlns was Insane when he left $1.
500.00ft of his H.000,000 estate to his
third wife, an equal amount to hl oldest
son, Walter, and only 20 per cent, of
the estate to -his pungent son, Lee, who
was always considered Ills favorite.
liven after Judge Hand's admonition
Mrs. Hutchlns had considerable trouble
with her memory. She co'ild not recall
dellnitely Just whers It was thu her
1 husband had made her black and blue.
Aor could she recall wheiner the bruises
were the re-sult of pinches or bits.
"Is It nn everydav eiecurrence for a
man to pinch or beat his wlfeT' asked
Attorney Kranfk J. llogan.
"You seem to be so Interested In that
story of the blnck and the blues," parried
the witness, "that I should dearly lovo
to tell you all about the tragic Incidences,
but I can't remember that far back. He
sliles. I bruise m easily, you know"
Tho witness finally reonllnl that her
husbind bad administered the beating to
her nnd her slstcr-ln-law at Haden lt.iden.
wtu-re sho had taken him for medical
treatment. She could not remember
whether he had struck her with his lists
or with a stick.
"Do you remember observing nt Haden
that Mr. Hutchlns had a habit of striking
people with his band or cane?" asked
"oh, more or less," replied the widow.
rr-nT'fi? Z Te;moK:!
Chambers, there was a wedding break'ast ,
at the ltelleclalre Hotel After a honey
moon Journey to Cuba Mr nnd Mrs. Sim
iin will live at 010 Hlverlde Prise.
Uncoil 'I'll ii rs tin Wetlillim.
ToJ.cno, Ohio. Nov. 2S. Miss Kthcl O.
Thittil,i. ,!:mi'hter if Mrs. We.-lev S.
Thurctin, and FiIerck ci.-vcl.ind Itaiin !
of New York will bo married Momlay ar
lornoim nt tho Thumtln homo hn "At
home" days will be after Jiiiuniry I5 at
S75 I'ark avenue. New York o,y.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
West ioVith street gave a small dinner
Inst tiiKht for ex-I'reslilent WIKIam
Howard Taft. who Is v!it.nc them for
several da vs. Their other guests Included
Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson Cromwell,
Mr and Mrs. IMmuud Dwlght. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Waters Taft and .Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Chailes D. llllles of 301
lliijn ii. ,ii ,u.i.
Mrs. Fandla C. IUU1 gave a reception
yesterday afternoon at her home. Hi7
Vht Illghty-elghth street, for Mrs. Con-
stantine IMndia Italll. who was Miss IMcn
iiixon oi iieiiuursi, j. i3.duiik hi
ruenlvlnir were Mrs. W ll ain H ades
Walker, Miss Hlaino I'. Italll. Miss Han -
nah Wehrln Slid Miss Kmlly Walker. Mrs.
John I'ost and Mrs. Leon J. Calvocoressl
..r.. nt tlie lea table Afterward thero
I was nil Informal dinner given for Miss
A, Mr (;1K,y, nrst musical morning
a, tl) Waldorf-Astoria on December 7
lhu artslH m 0 Miss Kmmy Destlnn
i ir)I, Ini),Uaio Amnio of tho Metroiwilltan
0.,rll nn,i Lfrcni '.Imbalist, violinist.
Mr Vreilertrlc C lirown will gio a
.1,,,,,... ,.t Klw.rrvs nn December 10.
Mrs. li. Francis H5e will gKo a dnnc
nt the (iotham on annuary tor .misi
Margaret L.ndaburv, debutante daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ulrhard V Llndaburv
An .'iitertainment for tho benefit of tho
Hast Side Settlement House, at Seventy
sixth stieet and the Hast Illver. will b
given on tho night of December 13 In ono
I eriK-ri niiipnmii. ioj .ii.iui-.uu iiv.iuie.
Wednesday and Thur.di.y a teruoons from
S until 7 o'clock ir tno nineiit or tuo
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1" ' ' . r i, . , i,r VV. -
Christmas gifts will bo sold,
Mrs. Daniel S. Lamont will gle a ro-
reptlou on tho afternoon of December S
at her home. 2 West Flfty-thlrd street,
when she will introduce to society her
joungest daughter. Miss Katharino La
Frank Ilalley, vice-president of tho Tltlo
(Innrantee and Trust Company, has gono
with several friends for a ten days shoot
ing trip in North Carolina,
Dr. Colin S, Carter of 70 West Forty
ninth street, who rocinlly underwent an
operation for appendicitis, sailed yester
day ror I'orto uico on mo nrai-ais.
Dr. John D. Qunckonbos will give a
icccptlon at his home, 127 West Seventy
thlid strct, on Decimber .1 to Introduce
his daughter, Miss Kalherlne Ouackonhos.
BROOKLYN UNIVERSITY CLUB.
Supreme Court .luxtlre lleliedlcl
AinntiK iSrn Members,
There have been ninny additions to tho
UliHerslty Club of Ilrooklyn Blnce Harry
J. Davenport becamo piesldent last Mav.
Among the new members are Suprime
Cnuit Jus'lco Itussell Itenrdlct, Walter 11.
Helbel, II. Meredith Langstaff and Francis
A committee, in at Wolk on tho yrnr
biuk, which will be Issued within a few
weeks. The I'nlverslty O Club will
give u concert on January 21,
of tho wnall nans or tne t.raiiu uontrai iirij.,,.!..,,,
W 5te WTSK ffi I Mlf iJ l'f the, w.o ,ent
than llulklw-. Mrs. Luclen II. Tyng. .Mrs.'l" Kunipo la- spring .u,d l m--
11 r.. ,..,,1 Mluu I ,,'iin 1 mil HI UlOII IUIU-V .11 I .til.-, I'-himiiu
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I .'in Ill itl i. 'ii in IiJi qjj4
Mrs. Stilson Hutchins.
with a shrug of her shoulders, "but ho
had difficulties every day of his life."
"Was he Irritable and did ho complain
of his food7" asked Attorney Hognn's
associate, Myer Cohen.
"I want 'to say right now," replied tho
witness, "that 'he was never pleased
Thw witness recalled another Incident
i In th" Savoy Hotel In London when
Hutchlns struck her while she was giving
wm rt., ot ammonia
M struck llrr
"I was sitting In front of him on the
stool," said the wltnetw. "He didn't say
a word just struck out and hit me x
u jwai niiuin uui 4tuii ink 1
think on tho forehead. I Ml hack nitalnst Vow racnuci nnu cn.ui.imr v.ul, ,..
tho fireplace and Rot up to tell him thattak place early next month,
hereafter he must have a nurse." Mr. and Mr. Hodman anam.iker
......i., . .u. rUor .it ihplr TuximIo cottace for the
111,. I1UIVIIIII5 UUIUIIIIU ill.lL HOT IllliPC
who attended her husband In KnKland
made u sn-!altv f handllne Insane tin.
tlents. Shi' said that Hutchlns was In a
nurslns home In Ascot. KnBliind, for tlvo
... .i i.
ui pia imti.,
Mi. Hutchlns took exception to Attor-
ney Hocnn's use of tho word "manaee"
In reference to her havlnn attended her
husband before a nurse was hired
"Well, I suppose I manured him If any
woman can be said to manase her hus
band," wns her reply.
The witness admitted havlmc had a
word duel with Walter Hutchlns over lh
latter's iffuru to see his father wlun tho
latter was suppose,! to b dyliiK. Mrs.
Hutchlns rivalled paying to Walter:
"Well, If he can stand your URly face
I supposo I can."
In examining Mrs. Hutchlns Attorneys
Cohen and Hopin referred frequently to
her testimony In Washington everal years
aico In a procecllni; to have her husliitid
declnred me'ituKy Incompetent nnd his
affairs placed In the hands of a commis
sion. About that time Mrs. Hutchlns. was
try'.ni; to have her monthly Incom of
1,000 raled to $2,500. Now, howevr,
she Is heir to $1,(00.000, althouKh Iit
husband's estate has not yet been admin
istered. Her deposition Is to be sent by
I'n'.ted Status Commlssfoner llouithton to
Washintfton, where It will be iid at the
trial of the suit beforo .Indue Anderson
In tho Supreme Court of the District of
JVU11JJ 1 III 1 1JUJJU1 UU
IN FIELD ENGAGEMENT
Wctldinu' Lilii'ly to lie (Vic
lirafcd in Xt-w York Kiuiy
in Hit' Winter.
Socic.y was greatly mieresici in roan-
lug tho aniiouniemejf made exclusively in
'r.,. v.i..r,t .v i,t tho engagement of
MIn Ki-lyi. Maish.,11 to Marshall Field
3d. rrsin.Unn ..til immesako of the late
.Marshall F.old of Cha-uBo.
Ml Marshall N the only daughter of
'ho Lite Chirles 11. Marshall, who ut the
lime of h's d.Mrh. thi'-e years ago. wan
no of the ol.lest members of the I nlon
idilu- I--n'V It ink-, was en, iderea a givat
beauty when .'he. was mirrml to Mr M ir-
'hall. nW twentJ-four yvit. agii. Si.j is
Z ' "! 1 'k" 'i '"
.. - -
'ory or .-xeov orK. one in.-niis r "i me
' family l-lng the f.mMder of the Lenox
1,'brary, nfterwaid alwnirlxsl by "ho .Now
York IMbllc Library. Ml Marshall wis
intnslucixl to sotloty llvo years ago and
since then lias ttavelled much In i:urow
, and has lsn Ideniid si with wclety ill
London. Fails and Nice
Mr. Flild Is a son nf 'ho Into Marshall
i Flold. Jr.. who dltsl In Chic .go eight yixirj
1 ago. After (he deith of his father he
wetv to llvo 4n nip-land with his mother.
"ho was marnoil tm-rn cvit.ii jeara urn
'(a ipt. M ilihvllt DrllmnHHid
ward enterln'.' the t'nlvivt of Cam
bridge. Ho nt alne.1 his majority a fe.
months ago, n-i-eivliiK part of h! sham ot
his grandfather's vm-'t est no. although ho
d(M mi' (11111" Into full control of hi for
uno for many yoain. Mr. Field ni-ve
six wmks ago and slnci- thait time they
have been nt l! Fust Sevenr.y-seventh str et,
- . . . .. ,V1I1 be celebratnl
, ' , '1,0 , c v l""r,,,"
"- ".:, .,.,..
.'Hi i e-io o.i ' "i'i i.
: Field, and a brother, Henry Field. Mlo
1 Mi.iuIii.II'c aiiIii Imitliitf a (tin t-1..vi II. M.ir.
ALFRED N0YES TO LECTURE.
I'.liullkli I'mi Will I'uini HiiKilge
uienl nt I'rliiri'lmi Ilesplti- Wnr.
PniNCKTov, N. J., Nov. 2S. Alfrel
N'.'Ves, the not d Hnullsh poet, will not bo
detained In Fnriand on ncivuitit of -lm
war. a--cording lo a letter which has hi on
iccelvcd here Mr. Soym was elected last
spring n visiting prof ssor of Fngllsh In
Princeton, and he hns ju.t written to
President Illuben that ho will lie here for
II" will arrive 111 Pr'ncelon early In
l"f In nary and will lecture twice ench week
iir itifiiiout the iircond teim before tho
senior claHs on Fugllsh literature of tha
latter part of the nineteenth cuitury.
YSAYE SAVES HIS VIOLINS.
Hut lliirdslilpn In Hsi'iiih I'roiii
leod M.ilde Him III.
lrrial Ctiblt Drtptitch to Tine Hun.
I.onpon. Nov. 2S, - Ysayo, thn noted
violinist, Is very III as a result of the
hardships he endured In (scaping from
(intend In a fl)iltiK smack to Folkestone,
He had tn leave most of hi belonglnra
In hla villa, but saved hla priceless violins.
In NVw York on the Lusit una Friday and
MERGE HOLIDAY WITH
TUXEDO'S WEEK END,
Many Tluuiksivinj; Visitors to
Hesnrt Hemnln After Mas
querade Dance at. Club.
WKDDING NKXT SATUIfDAY
Tl'xuno I'ark, Nov. 2S. Ideal weather
brought n large, number of persons to
Tuxedo for the day. Many of those who
mini' out on Thanksclvlnir for tho mas-
j eiuerado dance at the club mnalncd over.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm D. Whitman of
California, who nro passing the autumn nt '
tho Adeo cottage, entertained it dinner
at tho club to-night. CoV'r were laid
for forty. After tho dinner the guests
assemble! nt thn Adeo cottage for a
dance, where many of tho colonists nnd I
their guests were alro lnvltesl.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Alexander,
yho closed their cottngo temporarily,
passed the. week end hum. Mr. and Mrs.
Clcorgo tJrant Mason wero week end ar
rivals to-day. being entertained nt Kin-1
The Tuxedo Club will hold a series of
Informal dances during tho early winter,
tho first to take plico next Saturday
Richmond Talbot entertained .1 party'
of seventy-flve nt dinner on Thanksgiving )
eve. Commodore i reuenc cie reysier
ter eutertnlned the m-mhers of the Tuxedo
l.-ike Yacht Club nt tho annual dinner last
night at his home. Among those present
wcr V. O. Sedden. J. F. Tarns, F.ben
nichard, 1 S. Chanler. I'reston Dnvle,
Herro Irlllarel, Jr., Newbold Ixi Hoy
Ddgur, I. I.. IHrbey, F. F. Carey, N. N.
Tllton and J. 1'. llenkard.
Tim nnnu.il competition mntche In
tcourt tcnnlB. r.irque i nnd efiUAJh benn
Un the flrHt nnd second eliu. handicaps j
f.hts week and will continue until titter
(tho holidays. Tho competition for the
r. : . , . , . nan
I 1 ... .a M
Other arrivals were Mr. ami
tweek run. uuicr iirr,im " ""
Wrs. II. 1j. It. l.mnift, Mr. ami Jirs
V 'n .Vrlii Mr and Mrs ileorKe
Mr and Mrs I Frederic Tam, I
m,.m 1 1 Fdvvard " T.il "r
Stouchton Ilel., I.ilwarn i-imr, ,
I rl. I
ir : "... ... . , mwj
w. nitewnitni aison. ..ir. ...m
U. KreJerlc I'lerson, Jr.. and Mrs. (.onion
Mrs, I-rrnrn vaniiernui oi .cniiuu
spent tho early part of the week at
Tuxedo, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. 1-rancls
Thn wedding of Miss Kstelte Dower,
H-,,,..i,if nf imi,. Flower of New York,
nnd Mr. Chauneey will take place at the
home here of Mr. ami .Mrs. rierro nar-
bey next Saturday. Tnr guesis win ar
rive on a special train from Now lork.
EXPLAINS SCHOOL BOARD FLURRY
Mr. 1'lrxner Sitjs TonelHT-MiitlHT
lirrinul Wn nl Inflilriilnl.
In .'xplnnatlon of a dls,ni.'lon which
arose In tho Hoard of Education on
Wednesday as to a Western trip of repre
sentatives of the board, reported to hae
Uen made without the knowledge of some
of the members. Abraham Flcxner. who W
a member, -said last night :
"Wednetdays Hurry was connected with
the mother teacher problem. The ptesl
dent of tho board In u circulated letter
had recently stated that 'representatives
of the board now In tho West' wero In
vestigating a his request among other
things what disposition was there made
of the mother teacher d:fficjlt. As the
board had never authorized the sending
of 'representatives' nml had no knowiedie
of who the repreenta.les were or what
their errand was, Mln Draper politely
Inquired as to the facts. The president
of the board plainly resented tho Inqulr,
absolutely legitimate though It was.
"It developed .that Associate Superin
tendent William 1.. Kttlnger, C. II J.
Snyder nnd Fran); I). Wllsey had been
pent West on nn errand connected with
alterations In school buildings used for
tho (iary Indimtrial edin-itlon plan nnd
that Incidentally they had been asked to
tnnlllre nbottt mollier touchers. Thpr u'.is
, absolutely no objection on tho inrt of
any one to any steps necessary to ertecllvo
i and Intelligent action, and. Imbed, when
.. .,,.- "J Itt.lllL- , .,1,1, M.1,1., l,,t.
of what had taken place the entire matter
HARVARD PHI BETA KAPPA JIEN.
Henry lipitrln of llroiil.ljn One
Thirty Mililenl. lileeled.
CAMnntiwti:, Mas. Nov ;s The names
of the thirty students elected to the Phi
fteta KatPi Society nf Harvard were
made public to-day Thsv nro:
1310 Francis lloyer, C.wynrdd Valiey.
Pa. , Itlehard C Curtis, ltoston Hubert
Cutler, llrookllne, Mass. : Henry Kpteln.
Itrxkbn- Henry S. F. Krcger, Fairfield,
Me , Cloyd Laporte, St Iuis, Mn . Ken
neth 11. Milldock, Che.stnut 111!!. Mass.,
L.nvrenre D. Steefel, Itochcsler, .'. V.
ID 1.1 llancroft lteattey, Itoxbury, Muss, :
Alexander II. Ilruce, Lawrence, Mass. ,
Kenneth II. Conant, Two Itlvers. Wis. :
Itol'ert C Con an, Wet Sonu rvlile, Mass .
Paul Cram, Haverhill, Miss., Thorn ih
Jefferstn Cxilldge 3d, ltoston: Haiold
O FHe, itoxbury, Mass ; lenr (li-
man, it. stun ; James Humphrey Hustls.
Jr., Newton, Mass. ; Itoland Jnrkson.
Colorado Springs. Co!.. Robert F. K Hey,
l.inialca Plain, Mas Harold M. Levy,
New Orleans, La., William M Marston.
Cllftnndale, Mass.: flrant P IVnnner,
Fast Orange. X J . Henry Paikmiin, Jr.,
HvsMi : tiardlner Howl mil Shaw, ltoston.
IMwin Seymour Smith, Newton Centie.
Mass.; Judson A. Smith, Ilud-on Falls.
N. Y. : Holland It, Smith, Sp Inglleld,
Mass, , Hebert K. Tucker, .Norwood, Masi ;
Curtis T. Vaughn, San Anton.o. Tex.;
Uobert Leopild Wolf, Cli vel.uid, Ohio.
WANT TAFT FOR COLLEGE HEAD.
Colquitt Is 1 rului? i:-l're.l-
ilcnt for Texiis Position,
Hoi'hton, Tex., Nov. 24. (rov, itol
(lultt suggesttsl the name of ex-l'iesl-dent
Taft for president of the State 1'iri
vert.it j- and Is using all his Influence to
have the offer made to Mr, Taft, ho
It Is almost certain that the ox-President
will havo the refusil of tho pla e.
Prnsident Mezes of tho State I'nUor
sity ri"lgneil itu beconn president of the
City College of Now Yotk.
When Mr. Tuft visited Texas list he
IntTinatod ho would llko to llvo hero
Ills brother ban a largo ranch and pack
ing lious- nt Taft. Tex.
The president of the unlvoisity re
celvcts f .I.ODil a year, but tlif- salarv is
to bo raised to K.SOO, Kvon moro tliiu
that pHibalily will In paid if ex-Pni-l-
lent Taft accepts the Hstlon.
MISS ELLEN TERRY HERE.
i-(res .tiny Appear In Tbeulre lle-
fore liolimr i, IIiikIiiiiiL
Miss Hllen Terry, the Hngllsh actress,
arrived In New York yesterday to leiuain
until February IB. It Ij likely that clio
will fill a short engagement at ono ot the
Miss Terry went to Australia in Mav
for ft tour, Thn war Intermitted her en
gagements, however, nnd sho left for tho
United States at l ho end or Oeloliei.
From New Yoik sho will go to England,
Sho la staying ut the Astor.
American Art Galleries
MAIUSON .SUIMKi: MtL'TH. M1W VOItK
ON FREE VIEW 9 A.M. TO 6 P. M. (SUNDAY EXCEPTED)
The Very Important
Clarence J. Dearden Collection
Early English and American
AND ANTIQUE ART OBJECTS
and Utensils in Various Metals
To which has been added a large number of
Early English Mahogany Chairs
Purchased by a Prominent New England
Collector, now Deceased, from
The Tiffany Studios Sale of the Thomas B. Clarke Collection
and ore now to be told by order of an executor.
Dates of the Unrestricted Sale
Afternoons of Dec. 3d, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th and 9th, at 2:30 o'clock
. A PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE,
with text by Mr. Dana II. Curroll, will be mailed on receipt of One Dollar.
The arwllllriiinilnrti'dli Mil. 1IIOMAS !:. KIltIM
and lil' axIMunt. Mr. Illlo llrrnit. nf
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgrs.
J, 4 and H I., -.'til Mrrrt. MuilUon Ml. South, ."sew York.
HORSEBACK HIKE BY A PRIEST.
I'll I h it lliirki- of iirK (Vlr-
lirutr IllrtlidiiJ nt Hl MirliiK",
Hut Hl-nlNMS, Vn.. Njv The It-.
Father Thoiii.m It. Hurke. who come he.-'
from New York a week uko for the h.ilh?,
took ii horsehack ride this iiftirnoon to
celebrate Ills lirttein i.irii..i;iy aiimv. r. r,
It was his llrjt tin.o - astride a Meed , , a
celebmto his llftleth lilrtimay aiimv. rsary
inmr hlkn In fourteen ic.iri. his Inst tiro.
vlous expirlence havlmt he.n when ho
rode a camel In I'.ileitlne on his thlrt
blxth birthday nnnlversary.
MrB. K. N. DavlH and .1. It. MnKeo rode
nlonif the Dclafleld trail to KhiK Ilock.
A.nonK those - - - -
iVIlllII. IV. ' I. V iiiaiiuiini .... ...
son and Ml. rath.rllie Johnson.
" M'""""1 Tvtlnlin. Jr.,
who have taken up Kolf. pasnfd the dav
, .. . .. thn other nlivers
on the links. Among tho other pliycrs
were Walter N. Stillman. who has been
doing the co irav In the low eighties; K I).
Hancr-ift. who will return to-m .rrow night
to HupedaU, .Muss, aftir hree weeks
hire: Comle Nast, Owen Johnson and Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. F. Itosengarten
Mr. and Mr Dallas II. I'ratt nnd Ml.is
Adelaide I'ratt, who passu! a month at
the Homestead, will return to New York
to-morrow. Among to-day's ngistra-
tlns were Livingston I II. Mrs. H. I.
Yamlxko of New York. Wlll.iru ii. i-rait
and Dr. W. A. Tomes of Brooklyn.
BRIEUX REiVDS OWN MESSAGE.
Fr Ii llrniniitlst I rges 1'ntliiTless
vnlillers to llnxe Ciiiiriiue.
Kugene llrieux, tho l'rench dramatit.
who was sent as a demgale fiom the
French Academy to the National Instituio
of Arts mid Letters, attended a perform
ance of thrio one .ut plays by the Dra
matic Club of the French Alliance at the
Plaza last night and was aKeil to maai a
speech, Instead ho stepped onto the st.iso
nnd drawing from a poiket a copy of the
French i.oerninent s newspapi r. prinu.-u
for circulation among the troops, lead a
letter which lie had written to that paper.
Tho li tter was addressed to the parentless ,
s ildb rs, who uuld expect no mall. It
f nded in this way .
"Courage, c"uragc, my sons' I address
you because you bavo not a fatln r and ,
I h.ne n.it a i-on." I
Tl'.. receipts of t'.ie i nterlalnment wiil
be givin to Hclglnn and French fami'l'Si
left destitute by the war. Thelo wire'
about 100 presi nt.
Mrs, Harriet W
of Albeit It. Wlnsh'p,
Wlnhlp, r2. widow
lied on Thursday at
her home, ;75 Clmreh avenue
She was a direct descendant on her
mothers t-l lo of Cnpt Taylor Wheel-r,
who fought in the revolutionary war .
She was one of the piles member of the
Dutcli ltefoimed Church In 1 liitbuli. Her
son. Allien 11 u liHhlp or i mcago, nml a
daughter siirvlie her.
Ftllx II ri i-i it-mi n il .
Word was received in New Yntk vnter.
day that Felix Ilraequi inond dad m Pans
on Octobtr He was M eais old For
several ears I'e wa- a dnectie of the
HavllatKl pott, ry at Llni ige-. Although
he was piomim nt as a palntii- In oils,
aqu-irelllsi, dislgner In silk, niamlcs. Iron
etianit I, Jade and wnid. he was probabiv
lies-, known fo- his etchings of birds I lis
portrait of F.dnmnd de (Ion -out t In con
s.ilered a sinking chnracti r sltid). His
i -eli'iigs al Hie amount lo about sou pieces,
nf which many are in the print room of the
New York Public Llbuu.
Ilr. Iloberl XcNellj.
Dr. Hobeit M.-N-liy, 3. Is dead at his
home, 310 Wist Nineteenth stifet. II"
was born In Itelainl and was griduated
from KeliMMl College olid the misllc.ll lb
piitmont of Hie I'nlverslty of Ponnsyl.
vanla. In the civil war lie served as an
assistant Mligeon. Hi- practised in the
civ isoa section of this cliv for more than
forty e,us Tin funeial will be held to
night at the chapel of the Stephen Met
lit Hiii i,i 1 and Ciematlou Compiin,
Flghtli avenue and Nlmtienlh stuet.
.Mrs. Allllle . I.. Ilol well.
Mr Annie S I. Holywell, widow of
Willi, ,m C. Holywell, died on Frldav at
her home, fil.1 o an aenue, Ilrooklyn.
She was the dauglitei of Isaac Lawrence
and Julia A M. Stuiges and on her
mother's side was deceiuled from John
Stuiges, one i, tip founders of Falrlleld.
Conn, in ir.37. Sim Is Minlxcd by four
sops, four daughters all 1 tie. grandchil
dren. Hi., liiollj l lleldlnu.
Sirs Fmllv Iw-niiard Holding, wife ..f
Mllo M. lt.'ldlns. died est.ld.ly at her
home, 10 West S v, nt. -si ml s uet M
Holding Is treasurer of Holding Itroa. ,4
Co. of 902 Hrnadwa., silk llianufa 'ture-
Ills urn. Milo M. Holding, Jr. Is piisldent
of the company
Mr. Mnry 11. Itiiinloll.
Mrs. M.ny 10 Itaiidnll. il.l, wife of Capt.
Henry M li. nul. ill. piesldiut of the Mon
tank Hank, dad yesteida at hei home,
313 Sixth avenue, lliooMyn, II r father,
Chiiles A Si-aiilon, wns a Confederal
ordnance oMlo-r In Fort Sumter at the
beginning of the civil war. Mis Itmdnll
was nctle In the affairs of llin Hanson
Place Methodist Fplscnpnl Church.
.1 nil II II. I , I II it II ,
At.iiANV, Nuv. 2S John 11. Lindsay,
bu-lliesa maniger of the Alb.uiy I'vinimi
Joiiriiol, Willi II Is owned by W lliain
1 lames, dlisl lo-day fi-oin blood poimr uu
which developed fiom a cut InllU is lii.)
he was paring a own. lie was ill a week.
Mr. Lindsay was til years old.
CIiiii'Ii-n 11, Wharton,
Cliarlca II. Wharton, ,m I'isiii.iti' -
iidjiisler, was i-ti liken wan epllepsv .m,h
tnid.iy aflcmoou as he was dossing llroad
way .it Dev i.iicet lie dud whllo bii'ig
n to the llttdiuin strc t hospital. Mr
Wharton lived at ton West lr.otii street
tnul had llin office at So Maiden lane.
IN ROME AT AGE OF 85
Whs Kv-jlinNtcr of Foreign Af
ffiirs of Italy nml Herinp:
Itoim. Nov. 2S. The Maniuls Vlscontl
Venosta, tho imtiil diplomat, died here to
clty In his eighty-sixth yar. lie was for
merly Minister of Foreign Affalts and aa
late as 1912 took a p.ut In the dlplomatlo
negotiations between Austria and Italy.
Marquis Kmlllo Vlsoontl-Venosta, born
In Milan In H2il, became active In the
auti-Austliau cotispliacli s as a .iiiung man
nud contlmusl his activities until In 1SRD
he was forced to lire to Turin. During
the war with Austila that year he wan
appointed re nl commissioner with tho
Rat ilialdlan forces by favour.
In lMlii In- was elected Deputy nnd
later was sent to Paris and london on
diplomatic mission. As a reward for his
work Cavour gave him a permanent ap
pointment In tho Foreign Oltlce and later
ho was appointed I'nd- r Secretary of
State. In l'-Bi! Viscontl-Venosta was Min
ister to Turkiy, but was almost Imme
diately ilevated to be Foreign Minister.
The fall of Iticasoll deprived him of hli
i oltlce until lSfln. when he was reappointed,
', holding the post unt.l ISTii. During this
time he did imimrtant work.
In 1 0 4 V n onti-Venosta was appointed
Italian arbiter of the Iterlng Sea question.
In istifi he bec.un- Foreign Minister again
and his llrst important work wits to Im
prove the relations between Franco and
Italy by negotiating a treaty with tcgaid
The Marquis reilgned In May, 1SSS, but
accepted the poitfollo again In Ma v.
and held the oltlce until 1901. Ills fore
s.glit irid diplomatic ability were iimoiK
the chli f r, isoiis nil) Itah was able to
hold her position In lntriiiatluii.il affair.
REAR ADMIRAL W. L. FIELD.
Was Itetlrci! From the A merlcjiB
Nn In Itllli:.
VAsiiiNoTos-. N iv ; -Hear Admiral
Wells I. Field, r-tired, died htro yester-
i dav after a l. ng Illness He was itii years
jold nnd was loin in Si. Louis, Mo
Hear Admiral Fled was graduated
" "7' . ' . , -
i.il. t. ,,,(- ,,, lie m.i- .-
'leuten.-in- ; In 1 :i' ht became a Lleu-
tnn(il.l1.in,m..i,Lr It. HDC I... ....... ...-.I.
n .., .r ;, ','..;., .'" j
,!)0: Tl0 mimo yor w,as retired with
tho r.inl of A,lmlr;ll
Tlu. A,,.,,(rii wns ., um,,r nf ,h.
.,... . ..,...,, v...,,. , v.
Yi.rl; Y.uht , lubs and of the Annv and
ny ('lull nf Washing! n, D (
1 le mar
ried Miss Itutli Dunning Clark of Hen-
nliigton, Vt , in lm
IMward Wiggins, m, a naval veteran.
died on Frldav at his home. Kast Fortieth
stmt nnd Church avenue. Ilrooklvn. He
etdlsteil In ih,. i,,n v in i.si;n and sen el
on the illiquid,. For brivery In action
he won the praise nf Admiral Farragut.
From ttio close of the rt.n he was em
ploied at the Hiookhn nuvy yard until
IS7.1, when he lelnllstcd in the navj.
Later lie served for fifteen jeais on thi
lllooklu llildge police force, nio-t of tho
time as IkiiiiiIsiii.iii lie belonged to the,
Farragut A-socl.itlnn of Naval Vderans.
Ills burial will In in the naval plot In tha
National Cenvtery at Cypress Hills.
Clmrles X, Ailee, r,
Charbs V Ad-e, Sr. who had beep In
the em.iloy nf the Dop.utment of Taxes
tn I .We.s-neiits and the Itoar l of Inti
mate lor t'orty-th-. e ears, when ho re
tire .1 on a pension it, Disember last, died
on I'tl.'iiy at Ids home. 17 Hart street.
Hr.mklui In .-ally life he was eniployed
In tin New York Slo. I Hxehangn, In
ISO I ho established the Ileal Hstate i;x
'lianae LaUr ho liec.ime Deputy Tax
A. C. Hint.
Ciiiom.o. Nov. 2v A. C. Uir,, 71 years
old. or i li. -a mi, former i prosnlent ft
the Clmago, Mllwaukto and Sr. Paul Kall
txiad, ded today a I I a-.idi-n.i, Cil. l
rose fiom ba-v.nromati m thn Si:. Iiim,
Al-on and iVt ro llauie iLulroad to tho ex.
iH iune po-iti.,n be held at the Um of bin
retirement He was one of the biwt
known fielisht .-s.-la of tho ooiiiirry.
Nmellsl ,i N ,.fiiU(.,.,
Lo.viio.s-, Nov. 2S sir (iiibtrt Parker,
M P the H'lM-llst, has gotn. to Holland
to visit the lefiige,-' camp and lo travel
along tin. bold, i- id' Helt-iiiin with 1 l.r.
belt c llooxei, cli.iiriii.iii of lhe American
nminlsslon for n lkf In IL lKiiim ; Millard
Sliaiei- of tin It- Igluiil brunch or the com
mission ai.d membi's of tho 1'in.kefUler
HKI.IMW;. On Ha'urd.iy, .S'membrr JJ,
till I. ui h'-r nsUictiee. ti. -e-t s.-nfr--siii-oiid
sir, ,i itiiuiy Leonard, T.fe ol
Mil., M. I.eldll.K
Fiin, r: sen!,, s .it the Honrs sfldreui on,
M.in .i. .i' hiilf pan 1 ii'iioik,
li i ill MA rlON" hioi id ut Mrs l-illmi F iv,
fdrniHr ot 3iil M.i lino st, AJdlcn
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