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. ' THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1916.
B, W. CORTRICHT,
'HONEST COP,' DIES
Uctlrrd Olilcf Inspector Served
fily 12 Years Without
SEVKR SOl'dHT ADVANCE
TV Illness tli.it prexentcd Moses W. 1
Cortrlht. generally conceded on his re- .
tlrtment n c'hicf 1'nllee Inspector In
ISO? to be ll" best policeman tho tic- 1
rartrncnt over hart, from accepting Com
mlwloncr Woods's liivitutlon to review
the parade proved fa tail to liim ycnlcr- i
ity. He illeil from acute. IndlKestlon nt
M heme, 129 Went ll'Jth Ktreet.
r'ort-two of his sevcnly-sex'cn years
c! life were spent In nctltc service with
the police force. In nil that time he hail j
n(rr recelxe.1 u black mark nor even '
i a. sti accusation levelled nitntnit him,
wish several or his ainoclatcs iMine.
tVouich the I.exmv and other ln-etli;n- I
t n with their names tarnished, I
S'lcknamed "the honest cop," Cort-1
r.ftit never swerved fimii his duty be
ciuce of political ptesstire, nnd sought
re desirable appointment thruuijh the
svtnue of "Intluenoe." Once, It wan slid,
elected from his oillcc a politician
ho ime to hlni with a dlhonorabli; 1
(ropou'lon. So punctilious was he that I
hfn I'rlncc Henry of Piuvln In 1002 ;
iMscntril hlni with n costly mitclibox!
lcause of h!n service! during the
Prince's vlidt, Cortrlsht declined the Rift.
Strict IHic Iplliinrliiii.
He was known In the Inter ears of
Ms service as "the grand old man of the
Police Department." Though a strict
d.sclpllnarlan ht had the respect of his
jubordlnntcs, who gave hlni n silver
loving cup on the thirty-fifth nnnlveit-.iry
of his appointment as a policeman. The
fact that he was n Republican nlwnys
auied wonderment among those who
mw him command choice precincts In
thediys when Tammany wa a power In
Following his elevation to th rank of
Chief Inspector he had tried to resign
Realise of advnnclnu years under every
Commissioner the department had since
It was placed under single head, but
each time his superior, feeling that he
una too trustworthy to lnc, Induced him
to stay When he rtnudy succeeded In
dropping Ms duties or. Kebruiry !, ll'OP.
Commissioner Hlngh.mi Issued a general
order commending hlni, the Inst of Its
kind ever sent out from l'ollce Head
quarters, It said In part:
'The Chief Inspector throuKh all the
ilcise-itudes and changes of his police
mice has ulwnyse had the lespect
the community nnd of his associatis, a i
respect insert on his Integrity, honisty,
rapacity and r.-soincefiiliu In com-!
he has alwavs been equal to everv I
(ciision. Of commanding presence and
ti lest demeanor, of plias,int and quiet
atldrc-s, mu concealing, how ever, his
f.'r-e of character, he may well he held
up to the younger members of the forte
ns a model police nfflur"
Served In Civil XVnr.
Born in XX'aldogue, Sussex county, N.
J., December 2!, 1S3H, Uoitrlght worked
as a tanner until tho beginning of the
uv!l war, when he joined the rifty-slth
New X'ork Volunteers. Following par
t clpallon In some of the principal bat
tits, which caused him to be mentioned
itr distinguished (erv.ee, he was dlh
c.'i.irgfd in 1MM, having caught a fever,
nnd ictlred with the rank o F!rt I-leu-tfnmt
in the mounted lnfaiitr.
llntcrlng the old Metropolian I'ollco
I'e;.irtmeiit In ls!7, he was rwl"ed to the
grade of roundsman sewn uars later.
be-.imc a sergeant in 1 7 5,
a captain In IS!, Inspector in
I8."., Dejiuty Chief of Tiilke in lv.iii
and, when that oitice wns abolished.
Chief Inspector In ll'O.i at a salar if
$,1,000. Several tlm he was offered
'he pcsitlon of Chief of I'ullce, but nl
One of his warmest friends among the
Police Commissioners was ' odora
llonsevelt, whom he vfteii accompanied
nn night tours of the city. At ose
vdt's behest Cortilght drove .ut of
business many notorious resorts on the
XX'hen Cortrlght went back to prlvato
life he had little besides his homo nnd
his pension of $2,500 it year, though
other Inspectors owned blocks of reol
estate nnd pleasure yachts.
On June 21, 1S71, he married Harriet
Oumaer. He hnd n children Three
brothers, Oeorre, I.evl und XX'sbster, sur
vive him. Privnte funeral services, will
1 held at
the home at 2 o'cloe' on
BELLE STOREY TO MARRY.
lllpiiiiilronir I'rimit linn mi nml I
odrevvs Tnki nut I.leense.
Belle Storey, prima donna of
lllppoorome, aim Frederick lCmott
lres, a broker, entered City Clerk
.-'cully's ollk'ft Jufct nt closing hour yes
tsrd.iy and tool; out a marriage license
Miss Stojey's name In homo life Is
irsce I.eard. She said for tne purpose
f 'he record that she H the daughter 't
'tie Itev Asn Ieard She was born
m I'llnois, .Mr, Andrews gave ills age
.i" 23 and said he was born In Chicago,
Miss Storey, when seen at the Hippo.
'IroT.c, reluctantly admitted that she
had obtained a marl.iie license, bi't de
iii'd that she lad been matrkd. She
e'usfd to talk about her plana fo- the
future or about Mr. Andrews.
Miss Storev's tlrst theatilcal perfotm
'm e in this city wan nt Haminers' In'H
X'l. 'orl, i She wns in vaudeville here
'r tun jeais ami then appeared In the
lin ing role In "Chin Chi ." She haw
n singing at the, Hipp. drome all
i.l the season.
GAINS FOR THE RED CROSS.
llii) Smut Kurnll vv Members.
I'min 1'nruilr Spertnlom.
Th'1 lied Cros.s campaign committee
rdeavotlng to obtain 1,000,000 members
f,r the organization did not overlook
"l.e opportunity furnished by the pte
I 'fulness parade
l ive thousand" Hoy Scouts, organized
y I'r C Ward Cramidon, fell upon tho
U'a.'ers, armed with pledges of mem
"rh.p Full rejiorts from the pcouih
not Wn turned In last night, but
in chatge of the I ted Cro" cam
go headquarters thought that Hilly
'.' i new- Hed Cross members had been
ied during the day,
i iieludn to tho heavy work of the
.no scouts were sent against the
ts to the Motion I'lclure F.xpnsl-
' XI idlsnn Square C.arden. Some
men be s w re enrolled. In no ens"
I " s outs solicit money. All the)
were membership pledges.
ISADORA DUNCAN SAILING.
Dsneer Will I'uini Tlirrr Monllin
HiimiUfiiiriit In smith tmrrli'n.
fl'ail i nhlr DniaUU to Tiir St
Ma) 12 r delayed ) Isadora
Hie dancer. Is booked to sail on
I'n-i b I, Ine hteimshlp Lafayette
to-u.ori.iw for New York, She has
r;:-ei rnnlract to dance In South
Xmr a for three montliK and will open
hr tour i, Huenos Ayres. The contract
N tor tlfty perform.ino's. Miss Dun-
i.ot taking her pupllH with her.
The lif,i)eite will carry ninety tlrst
" p isM-ngers and eighty second
' n The cabin passengers, Iniiudc
'' ' f ir Xni-ricnns. Among Ihose ex
letd to sail are the Marquis de Poll
K"" uid Mr. and Mm. Alfred Light-fl'j'ir
Ot A Ht mat kablt 1'ortrall Of
It I C II A It I) 11 IT It II A (I K
AT OUR NEW GALLERIES
619 Fifth Avenue
Iletivrcu 4lith nnd flotli Htrcets
Rare Old Chinese Porcelains'
Antique Chinsi Glm and Jtdei
Jiptntis Irortsi k olhtr Wsrki of Art
Dee & Fukushima
ninvvr i.uroiniiiis i.vc.
WM. V. ttr.K OTTO Fl'KimtllMA
HUMORIST. IS DEAD
Fifty Thousnml .lews IMiin to
March in the Funeral ?a
KNOWN THE WOULD OVEK
In every country of the world where
the Yiddish tonttue nnd literature sur
vive there Is mourning to-day. Solo
mon Itahlnowlti, Sholem Alelchem,
their Mark Twain, the man who could
lluhten the darkness of the Itusslan or
ilallclan Poles with tho kindly humor
of his pen, who could see romance nnd
brightness In their humiliation, Is dead.
He passed away yesterday at his home,
t'6S Kelly street. The llronx, from a
complication of diseases.
Although many of his writings, l'
cans of their literary merit, were suc
cessfully traliflated into other tongues,
Sholem Alelchem was essentially a writer
for Ills own people. Ills humor was
i,,iHe, on the characteristics of his own )
people, which would r.ot appfnl par- .
tu u'.ifly to those without nnecal knowl. !
eilire. There was nothlnc of the 1'otash
and reilmutter type in his "ton,"., but i she reached I'arls
tin re were nmu!iig little bits about, T!i.- Mim.v of tlihln occupied a vear
the schuorrers, the bcgg.us, the patri- n,i :, i,;11f Her success was not bril
archs, the young, the old, all moving i.,,i h ntlnued to stu.lv. how.
in tneir own worm wun tneir own in
stincts controlling them. It was that
which made him so popular wherever
Ills coreligionists were to be found.
It.iblnonitz, or ltabinowlesz, as It
would be In Itusslan, was born at Kleff
in 1S59, and lived th re the g:eater part
of his life. He ctudltil originally for
the rablnate, but JiHt as lie was about
to enter the university to complete his i
education In the ancient theology, he
married and that inded that caieer. La
ter he became a writer In spite of hlin
s, If, for when he abandoned his original
Intention be embaiked upon a butliiess
career, which unlet! when he lost not
ho had, but his wife's dowry J
There was a home to" keep up then
and mouths to ford. Instinctively he
turned to writing for the pn-ss, for the
mae.iztnes and for the stage. It wa"
Ills career, and almost Immediately he
won buccess, Ills pen name, which
mill.-, down from the ancient Arabic
grietltig, "Cod be with you," became
known and his works were eagerly
Itabinowltz was never a money makei,
bis friends say. He won his tlrst great
..ucccss In 1501 when he travelled
through ltussta. giving readings from hl
wot kH In aid of Zionist societies. It i'itcrdii afternoon after a
Mild that by till" means thousands if ' a.pu vy at the Manor, the
mbles were collected, but tho maii never ,ir daughter, Mrs. I,. I. X'an
received a cent for his service-. He did i l,iKt,lls-on-the-lludson. He
not ask for nny. Following the pro
ask for nny. hollowing the pro-1
gramme of ItiU'i Itabinowltz visiteo tins
country aftei a narrow escape from
death at the hands of the mobs nt Kiel!
Here he was filed and extolled.
He returned to Ituisia, writing for the
stage, for the newspapers, and giving
readings, and the outbreak of the great
war found hlni In Herman), where he
bad been delivering lectures. He was
at oiko arreste
but later deported, audi
tedious Journey urrivid In this
country In December. 1911. with his
wife and two children, to be met by a
committee of 1,000. A week later he
was accorded n public reception at
Cooper Union by the lenders, of all fac
tions of Jewish thought, nnd there hi
moved his great audience alternately to
laughter and tears by extracts from his
writings. Ho made his home here there
after, delivering lectures throughout the
country, and Intended to become an
Ariierlcan citizen. He hail taken out his
tlrst ptipcin us long ago as ISO.
The Jewish community hus made ar
rangements for a monster funeral pa
rade. It was announced that 50,000
Jews, many of them locked out and
sulking cloakniakers, will march. The
parado will Unit at 9 ,3i A. M. to-morrow
from the residence of the dead hu
morist and will ptoceed thtough Kasl
Side streets, past the Jewish new-paper
ofllceH in Kutgers Square and tho F.du
cation Alliance nt Jefferson street and
Hast Hroadway, and then to the Har
Nevuaah Yiddish cemetery In Nrooklyn,
ARCHDEACON OF WESTMINSTER.
t ii. o. WHIierforee, ('hnnlnln of
llrlil.l, llnnse of Coiumons, llrml.
fiptruil VaMf Iifvateh In Tin: Sis.
I.ONPO.w, May 13. Albert Basil Ormo
Wllberforce, Aniideacon of Westminster
and chjplaln of the House of Commons,
Arehdeaeon Wllherforrr, wiiH horn l-'eh-miry
11, 1 V41. IIIh father whh Samuel
Wllberforce, Hlshuii of Oxford, nnd Inter
nf U'estmlnter. He wan educated nt
i:ioti nml Heter Colleite, Oxford, and
was oidalned In 1M1B iik chaplain to the
Hlufccip of Oxford, Mo became Canon nt
W'ecttnlnHter In 1S1I nnd Archdeacon In
CmcAno, May 13. Ilryun I.athrop,
real estate dealer and capltiillHt, died at
his home here to-day of heart dlnenno.
Mr. I.athrop wan a lirother-ln-law nf
ThoinnH NeUon I'.me, United HtateH
,ttlta""'"l"r '" I'alv. and wiih well
imuun In hunlnesi, niutlc, art nnd coelal
circles, lie iindii went a n-rloiiH oiera
tlon two iiiotiths aiso, .Mr. I.athrop wbh
horn in Alexandria, Va AiiKimt 0, 1M1I,
and wan tilueated At tho Dlnwoodle
School In VirRltda and later In flermany
WIIIIiiiii llliiduett l,lu-ll,
William Hlodirett I.ynrh, who wiih ,i
prominent real estate broker In Man
hattan, died Friday evenlnir at the
home nf his diitiuhter, Mrs. i-cw'b T,
Knox, at Fort WimhliiRton. I.. I, Hm
wim a nephew of William Hlodirett, one
of the founder nf tho Fqultiiblc I.lfi
Assurance Society, Mr. I.ywh was In
ills almy-fourth yar. He wad n vet
trait of tho Seventh Regiment.
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG,
NOTED SINGER, DIES AT 74
One of Ainerlen's Most Noted
Colornture Sopranos of
ON THK STAGE 2(5 YKAHSi
J Clara I.oulse Kellogg died yenterday
jut her home In New Hartford, Conn.,
; nfler n long Illness. She whs 7! years
old. One of the noted American so
pranos of the last century, she retired
In 1SS7, which was the year of her nnr
rlacn to Carl Straknvcli of tho man
agerial family of that name. Her time
hnd been divided since that time be
tween the United States and Italy. She
went to Italy every fall until the war
broke out and returned Iji the spring
to her country home.
I She had tmswril tnnplt of hpr vonth
I In Connecticut utter her family moved 1
to tho North, for she wa born at Hum-
tervllle, S. C. Her father, n native i
I of New Hartford nnd a graduato of
Wesleyan In I S3", was the pilnclpal of,
an academy from 1S3S until 1S11. He
, returned to Connecticut and was there I
engaged for a while In mnnufactuiln..
Later he established fact irles In ling
land, nnd was not only n patent eipcrt
hut tin Inventor who turned out several
Important tjpcsettliig and tmrglrnl In
struments. In lSfiO, having failed In
business, he canie to New York. It was
In the late '50s that his daughter began
her musical education.
She had, however, from the time of
her birth showed uncommon musical
talent. She has said that she possessed
the gift of perfect liltch nnd played
I the pl.ino and nana when a mere child.
Shu eveii made a concert tour as an
Infant phenomenon, although It wms not
Firm Apprnrnncr In
Miss Kellogg was first
I .HII I .
was llrst heard of
as a finished ringer when In lMtl she
appeared In a concert given at his home
by Hdwar,! Cooper. In the same year
she made her llrst appearance nt
Academy of Music Tht wan on Feb
ruary 21, lMil, She s.uig (Htiln In
"Hlgoletto" nt the Academy of Mtilc,
of which Ma Maretzok was then the
Ml.s Kellogg had studied singing In
New York with various foreign profes
sors Alio were then teaching here. Olio
was a l"n nebtnan, by name M'llet.
I who Is h.iIiI to have been u -radu.ito
if tllM I 1 . I U I ',,,1 ,.1M',I , nl Ill,,
r .r instructors were Italians lii
continued to ytudv titter sa, m id, her
first tml.M ni-ie.i'r.i.ie,. nn.i ,.i..n
u..tt kn.. ., ,.-,.. .. ci n . ,. i,
ver. and smiiiltaneiiusly to improve.
She tiet sang .Imn In Donizetti's for
aottui ojiera of that name, and gradually
she ap:eaiu.l in all the operaH of the
eoloratuie npeitolte, Mie created here
.liuiefto In the Hlce! llrothers's "Cris
I ino e I,a Comarc.'' and scorned to learn
from I'iicolomlnl, the tlrst I inlcttn. atiy-
she knew about the role
nndeitook It herself. She
sang .iirln and (dArrinr in "L'Ktolle
du Nord," and such wns the range of her
voice that In "lion Olovannr1 she al
ternated 7 riiKi nnd unnn .liimi She
sang "The 1 laughter of the ItegiT.ent"
nnd J.ronotu. She was the tlit .li.u In
London, and here Ming for ihe lift time
MAJOR ROBERT 51. MOORE.
, Soldier Who Vliule Maximo lleiillbv
I ie In IHMI. V nr.
! Major Uoliert M Mihire. Spanish
Amencan wir veternii. who made
I Havana a he illhy e.ty, a f, at of s.ini
i tin y eiigmeei nig seonid only to init
i of lien, lioeth.ils in 1 1, .iiilng up
lMmm.i r.uuil Zoin, d e.l sudd
Ak- n. at
. K wmj -ninth vear.
Major Mouie was l"rn in
ph-i. He was tne win oi ine nie
U'sirge II. Moore, who was Clerk of
the t'otirt of S'ssioiih in that etv foi
fifteen )e,us In the Spanish-America i
war he served n Cuba with lien.
Shiftet at Sum. mo. lie was in he
Hnclnecrin; Department under O.n
i,i.. ii ti,.. ,.!,...., tit tlie uar h"
. ' ',.,., ,,, , ..i,.,,.,,,,, ii..Van.i
., ,.. ,iir.t tint the
present MWfr system wa num. no
rema'iieil as consulting engineer
throughout tho Amerb-an .-niatiru.
Ills motliT was Kllztheth Nobb-it
Misirr of Shenandoah. i . and his
grari'lfatlu r, Del Noblett, was found, r
of Ni iv Castle, Del.
Major Moore was graduati-d from the
I'enns.vlvaul.i MlUtnry Acadeniy and
entered tho army from private life.
XX'hlle stationed at Warhliigton lie
designed and built ill" new system of
sewers for the nat.on.il e.iplnl. Iit
vear he was In charge of the oonHtriio-
tlon work for the Havana llleottio
Compatn, of which liif mmi. rue n.
Moore. In now senenil marriRer. He
sides thlM con Major Moore n survived
by lUe dauithteiH.
One of hlH dauKhtem, Mrx. Kunene
UeylKild, Is the wife it " Fit Hi Lieu
tenant of the I'oant Artillery se.atlotied
nt Hamilton Hlad, Another. Mrs. John
Sloan, In the wile of a First l.teuteiiant
stationed at tho I'anami iu.il, where
he hin the hteet title of Adju ant
r.ineral. A third ilaiiithler, Mrs. Delhi,
has a law- millinery store in San
FrnnclM-o Mrs. I.. D. Van Alien, at
whose home ho died, Is the wife of the
superintendent of the National Conduit
Company of Hastings. Ills llfth i! inci
ter Mi.i.' Wyatt H. Franks, Is the wife
of the 'chief clerk of the Department of
AKrlculture at Washington.
Ilr, A. llimnril I'uvirri,
' Hoston, May 13, Dr. A. Howard
Towels, one of Ihe lcadlni: hom'rpathio
irhyskhin.s of Itostnn, ill. it to-day from
Injuries iecele,l on April l.'l, when his
automobile wiih wiecked In a rear end
collision In Cambridge. Dr. 1'oweis whh
connected many years with the Itostou
Homicpathlo Hospital, lln was liiHtiuc
tor and latr iirof. s.sor of sumery nt
the Host u University Mdiool of medi
cine. NOTES OF SOCIETY.
Mrs. Wllber HloodKond, who has been
quite III fnr three weeks nt her home.
10 Kast Thlrly-foiii th Hticet, is now
Mr and Mrs. Alexander S Webb ate
spiiullm; their honeymoon nt Shadow
Lawn, the country place of Mr. Wi bb's
sister, Mrs, John II. Alexandre, In Lenox,
The weddliiK" of MIsh Florenco Ledynrd
Hlnlr, iliuiKliler of Mr. and Mrs. C, Led
ynrd Illalr, lo II ItlvliiKton I'ynn will
take place on June 17 at lllnlrsden, the
country place of tho brldo'n parents In
I'eapaclt, N, J.
The Finch Flayers will give their an
nual petformancn for thn aid of tho
Finch School Day Nursery and NelKh
bnrhood House at the I'lara Hotel on
the afternoon of May 19. Three, plays.
"Kingdom Come, rhu Hutterfly" and
"Pantaloon," will be performed by
pupils of tho school.
Photo by Walter Harriett. London,
Clara Louise Kellogg.
not only .Vrirfliiertfr but (.Virmrn, which,
she admitted, lay too low for her vole. I
It was always supposed that Minnie i
Until k was the flrt Cur, urn In America,
but In her autobiography Mls Kellogg
emphatically claims that honor. One
of her early rolen was lltrirn In "I
Miss Kellogg, who soon found In other
Ameilcun cities the same favor with
which she had met In New X'ork, rapidly
liierneil her npertolio. It was on No
vetiiliet i'.l, lsi',3, that she sung "I'aust"
here, lloimod'tt open heard f r the llrst
1.1110 rreateil more sensation than an
opcr.itie otnpoiltlon by Stravinsky
night to-day, so cnmptlcitcd was Its
nmsieal structure cons.dciud.
lnUiM Cumitiest lit tlurope,
111 1 S rt 7 she went !) Kllglatsl to lie-in
mr coiuiiKst of l.urope. Thin was a
period of wonderful singers. At Drury
l.ane when.,, she arrived there were
Tltlens, NllMon, Farepa Itosa, Adellna
l'atll and nanus that are enua'.ly as liu-
presslvo to-dav Miss Kellogg began i
with the colornture sepcto.ie and rap
idly won her way. Shu was ai'com-
panleil. as all youthful American prima
donnns are supposed Invariably to be. '
by her mother. She burned French and
Italian, but did not know Oernian. i
In Vienna she had the piivdege of1
singihg in Italian whet, she appeared at I
the Imperial Opetu !pue. She sang in
ltiist.t foi a year nnd then returned to i
the Fnlted States In U7.I t.i fiund nn
Ihighsli opera company Cnder the man-1
agcmn.t of C. F. H.s she tr.ivelhd
throng i the iMjui.try for tuitiv sons.ms.
Ml" Kel'ogtr took entire control of the
drt.i Is of management of her opera com
p.iriv. .ven to the ixteiit of j.ieparlng
the i:"g!i!i vers.i.'.s of her opems.
Some of the-., are to be found In the
New V "'k I'ubllc Library to-day. One
of her XVngiei.an roles was Sintn In
Till I'lvlng I uti-liiiiHii." which she gave
In Kr.gWi, In tho-e das It was tsit
i.ece,,r !v a descent from the hlg.iest
stnieuirds to sing opera In the vrriacu
la! 1'i.r a few ears before her reilte
m, nt Mis Kellogg sang in concert.
It was M: Ke'logg n ho W'is Instru
mental in helping Fm-n i Abb nt to make
her cutler. She was m ,i Mch degree
t.vplcal of the irw-gj ami determination.
oi ncr ow n people, .vt sn Kellogg s con
cerr npptMrances were not nt llrst suc-M-sful
Nor w.is her debut In opera
Ir.lli.in: In comparison with her later
i.n.er. Finally she came to as high
ii degree of vopular success as any othir
American prima donna evu did.
BERNHARDT LAUDS TROOPS.
Xelress ll-tiirns I'roio I'min, lierr
Mie rerrormeil for Mililler.
ljttflu M .t I 't .'.... I.... .
." ,i i i.iiih pj per-
fornunii.s in bree da.vs to the soldiers
at the rin Mm,.. Sarah Iternhardt re
turned to I' in- to-day
The great a lien inl that she wa
delighted with hei trip, as nothing , mild
iiiu..- iiei ,i.s n inn) neio-e SUCH
,1,,. .u nun ,uui neiu llliess or I
their applause tom. hod her deepl) 1
. ii-iieral in i-..inni..ud of the front
mat I'ont-.i-.Mouss.,m paid Mme Item
InnP whit she eousldfted the hluhei-t
compliment of her life when she urg.il
him 'o take her to a place near 1'out-a-M.Mis-ioi
w lib h was usually under tire
,.f the O, nnali ltuii- The IJeneral re
fused at llrst, but finally g.ivo In, say
ing: Since )oii ins st, very well. You are
worth). Madame, to be at tho post of
POPE WON'T ACT FOR PEACE.
; Musi l.el lotllnlliio 1'rnoi
nr II.MImreol I'oiver,
llovtr, May I'! - Io.e
' Ib'iiedlet will
I t'llt late no pus ti v
I peace until h
Is fnrm.illv lnvlled to ! poke at a suffiage convention In I'ltts
neutial I'ow r or one of Held. Iteturnlng to town from Curtis
act eltlo r by i
the belllgeients. Th's tiiiieh may j
stated author!! illwlv I
If Mgr lloiiginn. Apostolic Delegate
at Wasblngton, delivered a peine mes
sage on Ids remit v si! to the l;xvu-
I tlvo olllces. as Is ivPMlstent'v rer.itled
(, t, ,va ierely oundliig out the,
i,cws of the l'lenhUnt. I'ole lt-nedlct
I would not lime acted without tint ob
: taliilnu an Imitation from islduit
Allied dlilomnti In Koine declare
hat I'ope H-iiedht has luen Informed
lliilt the Allies have not yet . nsldeu ,
any tentative peare terms.
RUSSIANS KIDNAPPED 15,000,
Merlin I'll per lllllluei I ru.-l I lei In
I'.iikI I'rlisalllll I Ii iikIuii,
Hkiii.in, la London, May I'l An-ord-lint
lo the 0eise.iH News Aiteiicy, the
Ciioiilie . tn' Cii(Atniii U'urM, a,
ii-ilitlous w.ekly, says that the Itusslans
took into llui-sia ilui'int,' the second In
vasion of Fast "Prussia about lli.OOil
old men, women and .'hlt.l r.'ii. Mist'
of these have tl t been be.ltd of I
It Is stated that h.oihi housis were1
looted and deiroeil. thlrtren chiirchi'S 1
ilemul'Miid and twenty-MV rectoiles and
Uili teen ther churches l. illy damaged. '
SK cleritynien nnd their families were
carl led olT, it Is said.
BIG JUMP IN MARCH IMPORTS.
Iiieri-imr ir.r.,tlOT.7ll (lu-r 1111.1
l-.tporli lll I.ITII.dllH fur lloiitli.
WHlliNnTos, May 13 Imports Into
the Culled Stilted were fSf, HUT. 7(111 more
In M.nch, 1!1, than In Match, llil.r, ac
cni'dlnK lo a slntinient Issued by tho
Dcpirtment of Commerce to-ilnj, tne an
KieiMte helm; Jl'lll.riMiJs.". for March,
lflin, as ntsiilnat $1 .17.!h2.nl r. In March,
llxvorts also show ed a In rue Increase
In Manli, U'l'l. nmoniitliiK lo HU. 470,
C3S, KKitlnst F-1-'''.1''! l.s-r'- l Match, lliir,,
Juvenile linenei-s lo Films.
fprcliil ('alii Unimlr, to Tun Si v.
Lonpon, May 111.- The Increac of
Juvenile, crimes In Uieat Htltalti since
th" start of the war has led the llov
eminent to send out clrc-uliit lo tho
ludlilnl authorities of the country clt-
Irif evidence that this Increase Is partly
due to movies depleting crime and acts
of violence. The local t.uthoi Itles arc
advised to supervise the Wins.
The circular adds that tha whole
question of the censorship Is brlnn con
sidered by the Government.
Deathbed Will of Hrener
villi's Hulk Anions His
deathbed will Of Krr.est (1. V.
president of He.idleyton &
brewers, who died May U ill
I his home, t Knst Sixty-third street, was
dleil for probate- yesterday. The will
disposes of an estate of nearly 2,000,
1 000, the bulk of which goes to hli
I three, children. Three bequest ng
I greaatlng $1.1,000 are made to Insti
tutions, being $5,000 to the Herman
Hospital nnd l)lsvenary mnl $3"00
each to the Monmouth Memorial Hos
pital and the Wnrtburg Home for the
Aaed mi.l tntlrm.
Trust funds of $2fi,000 each were left
to I'aiol.vn Wocr. n sister, of Conitaiut,
Idermany, and a brother, Charles fVoerx
'of Oakland, Cal. The Income from $.10,
1 000 was left to Clam Hoffman, niece
I of the testator's wife. Jefferson Thumm.
: a friend, received J'JS.OOO outright. Six
.children of the testator's1 deceased
daughter. I.lly XV. Doelger. wife of
Charles 1'. Doelger, received $.1,0n0 each,.
and tne tesiaior said ne leu. mem no
more because, they nro well provlileil
The will stated that by nn ngreement
made In It99 by the decedent,
William H, lleadleston and Alfred N.
llendleston, no shares of ntock In lleadle
ston ft Woerz were to be sold without
the consent of all subscribers to that
agieeinent. For this renson the entire
holdings In the brewing bu."lJies are left
to the executors and trustees to form
part of the residuary estate.
Mr.. XX'oerr. divided the residue Into
three pirts, one part belt.g left outright
to Frederick XX'. XV. XX'oerz, a sn, who
Is nnmed as an executor. Of the third
I interest left to the other son, Charles
j H. XX'oerz, he Is to get 1 (10.000 outright
land the Income from the remainder dur
ing his lifetime. Ily will he may dls-
po. of J200.HOO of the principal as he
chnifes, and the remainder goes to his
i children. The remaining third goes to
1 Caroline M Steele, daughter. She re
Uelves' Jinil.ilOO outright nnd the III
, come from the remainder. The principal
goo to her children on her deith.
The testator directed that no gifts
, made to his children d'.itlng his lifetime
. are to be dcdirt'ted from their th'ire.
THIS IS NEWSBOYS' NIGHT.
Will Miik t lllpiiodrome to
Help sillllliirr III ill i.
Xv'hat Is expected to be the greatest
special performance ever put on at the
Hippodrome will be given to-night there
for the benefit of the Newsboys Summer
Camp, at Woodland lleach. Staten Isl
and Forty big acts are on the pro
gramme and musical comedy stars will
vie with the stars of vaudeville and the
motion pictures In tr.vlng to find time
Pi the thne hours entertainment for
their own turns.
Among the artists who will appear
are Mlt7l llajos, Kitty Cordon, Jack
XVIlsou. Nat Wills. Charlotte, Primrose's
minstrel", tho Vatetland band, l'.lsle
White, lleatrlce Herford, Truly Shat
tuck. It) an and Tlerney. Ada Miade.
. Bernard lir.invlllc, Mls Juliet, l.ucy l.eo
I Call, llcrt XVIlllams, Udlth Storey, Hose
T.ipley and Dorothy Kelly.
The Newsbovs Homo for several years
I has conducted a summer camp on Staten
i Island for the boys, but tho camp hn
not been large enough. Newshojs who
attend the tamp will find that It pays
i to be manly. The five bojs who act
1 the mot manly during their stay nt the
amp are each to ten lve a If. gold piece
off, r d by Mine Christine linghan, who
, will sing to-night at the lllpiiodrome
TOURISTS IN BERKSHLRES.
underbill Visits Mi miner
Home A lltns lledi'i'Ul'il,
l.KNox, Mas May 13 Many New
X'or'' touring partbs arrived in the llerk-
I s,,rcs to-day
for the wick end, with
in in) aiitotn , biles dicorated with pink
and wh.te apple bloom.
Mis Alfred li. X'auderbllt and friend"
irrive.l In the private car Wanderer for
an Inspection of Mrs. X'andrrbilt s prop-
rty and to look over X'entford Hall,
who h has b' en redecorated for her orci
pan.). Mr.- X'amlerbllt will bring her
tamlly to I.enox on the 27th.
Mrs 1 'hub's 11. 'Ireenough opened
Xe)burne Hill. In Stockbrblse. to-day,
and Mr and Mrs Hanyar Clarkson ar
rived at their , state In Tyrlligham.
iir.ih.im H. 1'irsons came up for the
we, U . ml with Mr and Mis. Henr
Ivlsnn l'arsons of Stoeklw Idife Her
bert I'.neons Joined his f.imllv at Koine
over. Mr" Oeorgo Merrill of Washing
ton arrived In Stockbrilgo for the sea
son at ih nu.
Ms llelols,. Me)er and her guest,
, Mrs Ita) tumid Ilrown of New- Yorlj.
Hotel wile Mr. mid Mr.-1. Samuel T.
r.ilIawa.N Mil. W Seward Webb and
Mrs. TlimiMi 1'. .lenrkex, who arc tour
Ink, arrived at f'nrtli Hotel.
MEMORIAL TO J. W. ALEXANDER
fine rt reileriillon Tnkra tep
fur lllllulile I'nblel,
At a niein rial nnetlrc to he held on
Miy I's in i tubiite to thn late John
W Ahxandii announcement will be
, in ide of the form of a permanent me.
ui.'iial to bo provided under the auspices
"f the Fine Alts Federation. The date
.eectii for the meetliiK Is the amilver
I sary of his death.
The committee In chatite tue Friday
1 i litht to decide upon tho form of the
I meinorliil. KesnltitloiiN wele iiilii(iteil
. mat tne ti unite Miuuid lie a bronze tali
I n t ne.tritiK n portrait ot Mr
i it some other deblsn, with n miltable
Insi njitlon. i:enttl.illy the tablet will
be In the permanent bulldlici for the
I'nlted Art Societies which It Is hoped
wi.l le eiectul In this city anil for which
Mr. Alexander dcuited so much of his
time and euerity.
lle.piests ate bcinir mtllle lo the mem.
hers of the constituent socleti.i m tin.
l ine Arts Feili-iatlnn of N. w York for
Ul..M t, ,,!,,., , t-. trx t I ,
,u lw ..iiiii in,, iiii'jeu-i
ol the fund, Frederick S. Lamb. II
ilinuiercy I'atk, is trensmer of tho fund.
The special committee Is composed of
.1 din il, Aitar. chalriuin , I5dwin ll,
Itl.i.shllelil, F. II. Ilosworth, Jr., Arnold
W. Htunncr, II A. Caparn, 15. Iiln
Conic, Keuyon Cox, C C. Cumin, Dan
Id Chester French, Chiulei Dana C.ib
son, Itlchard llowimd Hunt, Alexander
Mackintosh, H, Hnlton Junes, Fiedei Iclt
S, Lamb, 1-5, V, Meeks, J. Allien Weir and
William lainel Harris.
CHOATT, PICKS BURLAL PLOT.
I,iiihIiciim- I'liiKlni'i-rs iiii I. ii) lint
Site nt Vninnkeim, Stncl. brldue.
Stoi'Uiiiiipiik. May 13. Josetih 11.
Choile has tlxed mioii Stockbiidite a-i
his burial pl.lie. The pot Is upon (list
properly, .N'Humkenn:, and adjoins the vll
liilte cemetery while lie Cyrus W. Field,
the SeilKwicks und the Scrnents, and
other notnblci whoso niitues Iiiim- been
attaihed o the vlllaire.
A firm of laud'-cape enclneers are now
planting the Choatc plot with a carefully
desiitticd and effective schcino of native
everKreem, white pine nnd hcmlocka,
There Is to be a flsic walk, with an open
Kruss plot In the centra, anil stone
benches beneath the trees.
New Galleries kept replete
with on Interesting and
varied collection of Antique
Works of Art.
Rare English China, ex
ceedingly Rare Battcrsca
Enamels, Chinese Porce
lains, Glass, Bronzes, Clocks,
Figures In Dresden & Sevres,
Pine Chippendale & French
and Italian Art Furniture
txwb (fttty fjnmra
26 East 45th St.
'MRS. MAX ANDERSON
TO FIGHT FOR ESTATE
Iii'otlici' nnd Sisters of Dccc'
dent Move to OuM Her
A proceeding to remove Mrs. Nora
Howard Alideison William", widow of
Max C. Anderson, theatre owner, who
died March 8, 1915, at SS Central l'ark
XX'est, as administratrix under Mr. An
derson's will was made In the Surro
gate's court yesterday by Samuel !!.
I'hrinberg, Mrs. llettle I!Ie)er anil Mary
l!brenberir brntlier nml tun u!ul.,ni of '
the theatrical man, who live In I'hlla- j
delphla. Kuriogatc Fowler will hear the
case on May 23.
Litigation over Mr. Anderson's estate
has been pending since shortly after
Ills death, due to the fact that his will,
which had only one witness, was not
legal. Mrs. Anderson had herself ap
pointed administratrix nnd then started
mi action to havo her huband declared
a resident of Cincinnati at the time of
hi" death. I'nder the laws of Ohio the
widow of n person dying Intestate In
herits all his propt rty. The brother
and two sifters contend that tin. de
cedent maintained his legal rosldem e
In New X'ork from 1907 until his death.
luring which time he was a member of
the Shtibert-Atidi r. n theatrDnl com
pany If their contention Is upheld the
Widow receives only a third of the es
tate The litigation Is still undecided.
Tho proceeding Hied yesterday was an
action for a stay of all proce.-dli.gs
until the Surrogate can net on the ap
plication to lemove the administratrix,
who was remarried recently to Frank
XX'illlams, a bank president. H tschaigid
that she has sold valuable assets of
the estate for an inadequate sum. The
widow's Inventory died yesterday stated
that she had sold nil the stock owned
by the estate for J99.S0O.
The allldavlts filed yesterday allege
that the most valuable sto, k holdings
were bought In the Interest of Arthur
Itoseman of 7'2 XVest F.nd avenue,
lirother-ln-law of file widow, but she
failed to state In her report that he
was related to her She did say that
he had stipulated to lesell the stocks to
her fur the sum at which he bought
Samuel Uleyer. in phew of the dece
d. nt. who was his seiretar). said in an
atlldavlt .otiernlng lorty share ..f th"
Dalai" Theatre and He. illy i omp.niv ,
owner of the Palace Theatre ill New
York, which were sold f.,r 12.00o, that
It yielded nn inc"tne of from Jin. i to
J12.UU0 a year He said that twelve shar.-b
of stock in Ihe Walnut stru t i re.nr
Philadelphia. Hold for J 12,00" br
!n Js.000 a year, and mat liepre ni
death Mr. Anderson had an offer of
t.".i.n00 for h s block of XValmit Street
Theatre sto, k
WEN DEL LAWYER WANTS FEES.
Iliirloel. II. Hub.-1 1 iU iliiilnU-
Irnlrleei u I'hj J li . ' I ft 7
Wiiitk I'l.AIS's. M ly I" llurbu-U II
Itubell, a lawy. r of "In llam lion terra".
Manhattan, to-diy tiled a i.-titlon with
Surrnuate Sawyei of WcsteheHer county
to compel Uebecca A, I). Wendcl Swojie
and lllla V ion 15. Wetnb 1, as adiiihi
Htiatnces of the e.t. ite of their im r.
AiiKUita A S Weiidel, to settle their
accounti and pay his fees as aitorney
.imuuntlliK to e.:'fi3.7. It is also said
he has not been paid for hi- Ick.iI h'i
vlcei In i-onnectniii with the prolulln.;
of the will of the late John tl. Wendcl.
i brother of the above administratrices.
AUKtut.i A. S Wen. lei died in a
sanitarium In lliston, I'a.. on January
1, 191 L'. The total value of the citato
was 175. H77.1 and the tr.insf. t tux
on the (slat,) amounted " $I".7!1 I.'.
Mr. Hal" 11 sas Hint he piesented hW
bill to the ndmtnistr.itn.'e-. ,ui 1 1 ''.it thc
refused to pay It Now he wit that
Kcbeeca and 1511a Wendel be cltul to
show i-ntisi' w'i they s' ul.l not r, nder
mid settle their ac. omits.
F. P. MORRIS'S WILL IS FILED.
I.oim I nI ii ii .1 i' l'onipnn llrml
l.efl llilllle itt .'HI I. .'.Ml.
MtSEOt.A, L. 1., May 13 Frederick 1'.
Mortis, who was pnsldent of the Lrnu
Island . ,'i'Wd Company. startiiiK as a
train newsboy, atnasied a fortune of
:if.,r,3.77, accoidlni; to the repot t of
! .'nines N. lichrlK, trauMer tn a.n-
jlalser, men in tnu .-ui roK in-s onico in
day. The net value of the estate, with r
pcnsei of tho nilmlnlstratlon and debts
taken out, Is 3 1 , 3111. 9,1. Ills personal
citato Ii valued at till', l.r.S.I and his leal
estate at Ifn.bUft. I
Th" hulk "f the i "tale ns lift to Ms I
widow, Annie I.. Moms, whose shate Is
1 13. Of his personal estate Jllr,
nun was In I.oni! lMnnn i.aiitoan stoeK, i
1 1 il.r.H T.r.o In th" Loin: Island New si
Company and I ho li.it.itui- In bank. Mr 1
Mori Is died at his home In Harden City,
S. L. SELDEN BACK TO LAW.
While .V Co.
nt ,r. n.
Sliphen I. Seidell, for years encm-ed
I, Seidell, for
In tile httal phase of diplomatic lelatloiw
between IliiKland and Japan and later an
..oi.,,.,, nil inlvocate of a tram,-!. illation
idea In tlie Orient which rcsulle.l In the
building of Ihe Mnnlla Itnllioad In the
Philippines, has Just atiiiouiiceil Ids reslg.
nation of the ice-piesideney of .1. li.
Wiuie & Co. Ine, iomln.ut nmoiiu ion
tiat'ttuu eiiKineering linns of tin- country,
lie will ii'Siline the practice of law here.
Simultaneously the Mci-tis. llnidlo
Hair WnlmMcy and Frane 1,. Knhlman
make the nunounceinent that Kiev have
foinied ii copnttnc rshlp with Mr. Sei
dell under the tit in name of Widen,
Walnwlty S- Ixohlinan at fil Ilro.idwi) .
.Mr S.-lden. who was ui initialed from
the Harvard law school In li'i and has
l.ein vlre-pi'iiddfltt of the While concetti
since iflii'.i. will retain his dlieeiinvhip in
vmiIous corporations with which ha Is
The American Art Galleries
MADISON MH'AIIH SOITII, NKXV YHKK
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL
, To Be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale
AFTERNOONS of May 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th,
22d, 23d and 24th at 2t30 o'clock
EVENINGS of May 18th, 19th, 22d, 23d and 24th at 8 o'clock
The Extensive Collection of
Antiques, Art and Literary Property
Formed by Mr. Charles E. Locke
of this city,
Contittini of Old Lowettoft, Wed t wood, Bennington, Leedi,
Staffordshire, Copper and Silver Lustra and other Early English
China, Sevres Porcelain, Old French, German and Anglo-American
China, Historical Plates and other interesting Specimens, Old
Pewter, Colonial and other Furniture, Oriental Rugs, Books,
Old Prints, Old and Modern Paintings.
t'stsloKiir mailed nn mi-lnt f SI.
ON VIEW BEGINNING MAY 22ND
To Be Sold Afternoons of May 25th and 26th at 2:30
By Direction of
Vitall and Leopold Benguiat
Miperts, line de Provence, I'm Is
Tlie Largest and Most Interesting Collection cf
Antique Laces and Linen Embroideries
Ever Offered at Public Sale in America
Consisting of nearly One Thousand
Specimens of the Gothic, Renaissance,
Louis XIII., XIV., XV. and XVI. Periods
t ntuloKiie mulled on reeelpl of Ttirnt) -live Cenl.
The Mile u III lie londnrteil
Alio III nilMani .Mr wun iirrnel, or
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION.Managers
Mllon Si. tMinlli, Kntranre (I K. 2.1.1 Street, Nn York.
MISS GERTRUDE TOWER
HURT IN AUTO CRASH
II. DoiiirhtTty In- j
run At Kt ritu, May 13 Ml" fier
trilde Tower, I.uuhter of f'hnrlem.iKlie
Tower, AnihnM,.idor to tSenniiny, and
ii. II. Iimiiiheity of Sehool Line,
fiertiiantoA n. were vii!otily. If not
fatally Injured to-tiluht. when ImiikIi
eitj'K ear turned turtle In 1-tilrinnunt
As the hlK Cray seven p:ieniser car
hot Into the drive I'.irk C.u.ird .V utln,
who k.ivi they ere m.-ihinc forty-flo
ttilhi. mi hour, attemptid to mop them.
Douirh.rtv only nut on iimh- eii.ed, he
Martin had taken
book to mark down Hull
the accident occurred, ,
Ai D ui:hcrt st.eie.l the -. around
ii sllitht turve the flout left win el of
the auto suddenly flew olt The hi?
tu.ioh'iie vier.il for a moment, then
jump' d ,iet, in a cutter, tinned turtle
aid --ettlfil upslle down.
Douirheit was throwti fro'n his seat
a' d iiliKhti.l llft'iti f'Ct awii. hi. head
MiikliiK tlie mac nlam.i d ilriv- w j H
iifrerid , on, u- on ,.f f , nn Ml s ,
Tow,r na' idni'nl under the totmeau
When i eft, -ii . I Mus T wir w.n mt -coii,'ous
mid ihe stiffei.'d fiom i dls-In-ated
-.houlib i ai d Ltly l.n-i r. lions of
the diln and scalp.
It.th w,r- '.ken to the I're'b 1. 1 nn
I Hospit 'I and I'hyse'i.ins sa they hue
hiium enanii lor ie-oerj.
Seier.il iark Kuard- n-etted to-nmht
thai whin DoHKheiti s car passed Until
he was in W.ln; all of flfi mile.- .m hour
MWi Tower i" yeats of ice and
i); ular in riill.iil. lphia n-.i. t Her
uster, Min ll'Uii. was a d, lop it.'e of
the season. Doimlurty n about 2'
SAILS WITH ADOPTED FATHER.
Mnl' i,tre r.tlierti In lle.-oine
Mlis Floye Nelmn l'erry, the i" ' ti
oi lor II, -Ir, Si who W ,1 'id.'litcd b'
. 'a iiol'lem"!' trotn the H ilk lis ,,s siK
, c.iha h ni, i-ailnl -terd.iy jii ihe N'or
wecliti merli in im.T IMcensfloid i
i be ti.ini'ormed into a "l"i I'ura so
pri'io opera sltuer Slie sailed w.tti
tier f.ithei bv ii b 'l-t . -a. I'r I. I: D"
1 i'i .111.01. ui.l Ml-s Henrietta Hurrison I,
i Dr. De I'r.imiu W understood 'o be
war purehaslnii aue-it for tin- Human
Miss l'erry explalt-ed that she ,s t"
f, to I'.troitrad and when the wn'
end to llerlln for oiee culture After
tint will ionic Florence. I' ily, whrr"
sh. will live with Dr De Cramm'H
The xoiini: unni.-tt (rained the rutin)
of "Hie irltl with the beaut ,ful will!
when sin was ll pupil "f I'r.-f til.como
Cii'nibourc The pi of ismr wif, be
rnme Jeiloin ot h r hiiil and s pride in
his milsi. al ;rotei;ie and lef bi'ii Afle
ci.nlder,ilile iiotorctv had siirim tn
liluit the c ise Miss l'eri went into tn
motlo'i picure Held and Frof and Mr
i ililliibouiK bei i-ne re onciled
I n - nrl. r.i-iln y
'..in If II pp...lr.
Je, Ish .ini 1."
MectUlK t" aid Artllelit 111 lllfeleri.. I'tl
iele lb',. 3 I' M
Mi in, e'ttK "f Irl-li fr, bin .m
p.tttiU' r-, I'.llllfKle Hal., x P M.
MiiH ni,-. i In k fer lie, n. in I. Prep.irr.l
ne, Tl ll-il Koar-h "tteel, 3 I'. M
l.itmr r 'ruin, tits, usiioii at eenper itlnn
inuxeni. lit, InhlK llll.ll S, lieu., S P. .M
Meiuorlu' "ti Ii - f'r Seietith Iteitusht
Vmrile, S' Th'Olliss Chun Ii, I - M
Aiblli.s a S, ir,l.i li.inlf Is on "The
S,.,.. nf i lie Nu," Nl-tr'H'olli in Temple,
b P II
i-e'ei.r.ul'Oi "f fortieth aniiliersir nf
1'tlui.il ' llltiire lioi.mellt, el ."IxlJ-
tourili ttrc. t. 11 A M
m UK. --On rrl liv. -M i Ihe tsili, ufier a
leliK liln-s. .it Ills i i-slili in e, 71, Timn
eli.l iixi-mie, ' llllell. Matetl Iklalut,
.M.iMl.ird Callipl'ell, sen of tlie late
11, my S. I'. unci lienrclni 11 l'.re, In
tlie icixiy-thlt'l -. "f )il .11.1'
runernl seriU-.n be In I.l nt St.
Jolin'n ('hm ill, ClKinn, .xiuien ui.uid,
on Sunday. May 1 1, at 1 P. M. In-u-rineni
l.KA ini May 12. 101'.. at AMIh,, llulel,
I'lill i ii'iphl.i, .Insepb Tninall l,e, n
Ilia cl et! -sol elllll J ear.
. uner.il , rvlreu "III bo held nt ft
Pi'ier' I'liurc h, Tlilril and IMnn Htrrctc,
'hlliili'lplii,i, nu Sunday u fternoon,
n'rlock I tin riiient prlvnlc PU-un
SMITH "n S itunliiy. la in, 19H!, Him i-
l. 111 t.Uell.l, tielnlecl wife ef Waller
i- Sinllh. ,
Puni-rul erlcn at Ijer lute r, Klrloiire, j
't.t fureuicitii iiit-ntii', J.mey l'!t, i
Meinl.iv rvenliiK v o - lm k Interment
6 P. M.(SUNDAY EXCEPTED)
lir Mr. THOMAS II. K I It It V
PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND SALES
"Where the line Library Km Sold."
Fine Porcelains, Bronze
Mirror of the Han Dynasty,
important Old Painting on
silk and parchment, two large
Flemish Tapestrie in very
fine condition, and many
other rare and beautiful Ob
jects, to be Sold by order of
Thomas Jefferson Ryan, Esq.,
Attorney, of .New Vork Clly.
Iridescent Class, Persian
Potteries, Babylonian Tab
lets, Roman Bronzes and
Coins, antique Watches, rare
Persian Rugs, and many beau
tiful Necklaces of Egyptian
Beads, to be Sold by order of
Mr. Azeez Khayat
.MMI fifth rone, ew lurk.
These important nnd val
uable Collections are now on
Public Exhibition and will be
Sold on the Afternoons of
Friday nnd Saturday, May 19
and 20, at 2t30 o'clock.
AUTOGRAPHS Six Hun
dred Autograph Letters by
Charles Dickons nnd many
Autograph Letters nnd Manu
scripts by Thackeray, with
Original Portraits of these
and other literary celebri
ties, from the Library of Ed
win V. CoKBcshall of New
York, Now on Public inhibi
tion. To be Sold on the After
noons of Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday next, May 15,
16, and 17.
BOOKS Library of the
late John T. Garvey of Utica.
First Editions, early English
rarities. Autograph Letters,
many rare Works on Music
including a most important
Collection of Rooks on tho
Violin. On Exhibition from
May 16 to the Sale on the
Afternoons of May 22 and 23.
BOOKS Library of the
late Samuel 11. Snook of Up
per Montcl air, N, J, txvo im
portant consignments front
London, and the Collection
nf a Philadelphia Gentleman,
First Editions, beautiful Bind
ings, collected Sets, and many
great rarities. On Exhibition
front May 17 to the Sale on
the Afternoons of May 24. 25.
S.lle re held st 7 i.HI nnd i'H n'c lock.
I nl.lliiKIK-1 flee In liilendllii; liiiien.
M.nll.iio iriiiii- nl null St., V. v.
lalei rombtried b
Mr Irederli-'i I 'h.ipnini
I) I HI).
,-u. Plenty, "ii
Itev N M
rrll.ll. M.n I.
1100 I'nlnn klret,
rmieritl serxlces "ll M.Midiv, XI - J. Kl
3 30 1'. M., nt the Tiiniikiii Airnua
rinlKll'Katl'inill I'lllll.ll. Itfe n
I'le.i-e onilt lliw.'i llinjihuiiitiin, N.
V slid W.islilnKioii, li i' . i,,ptr.
WUlJIxt'.--Sudd, nlj on M.iy 1.. lain v
Hidden Week. sea nf the l.ne Willi nn
II and Julli M.inliy Weeks, of 78J
M iills'Oi a. nil-,
l'uner.il n'lvb-e at !-"l Jnuien's Church,
Madli-.en sirnu,' snil etii y - rti t,
Dtriet, Moiulny, Mis is, in 12 o'clock
iiiion, Tnternii'iit In Clri-eifwertd Ci'tiir
terx It l enrneitly reipieted that ut
rUiueri bl ISUt.
PCIIt .SALT, You inltht buy 'hiu Wood
Inwn Cemilerv Pit at your own pries Ad
ilrti. SHU.r.ll. I', O Hox No. 5J. flrand