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Death of Lord Desart's Brother Leaves Him Without Heir. ft 1P12. by the Bretcwnn.1 Oessjeay.) l,ord Desart remains, through the sud ,,fn deaf). St Freinant le. Australia, of his ?n'y surviving brother, '"aptaln the l!?m (Hwsy '"uffr. without any heir to hin Irish i. two vlscounties and two baronies, which will therefore llfll EU! extinct p., till demise, lino of the baronies i* a I'nited Kingdom peerage and carries with ???fit in Ihe House of Lords. Lord j ?-art Is principally known in this country of the lirltlsh members of the in? ternational roujt of arbitration nt The llague? and also through the marriage of . ighter, I?ady gybtl Cuffe. to the late AVilllam Bayard Cutting, Jr.. of New York. Me was for many years public prosecutor, rejoices in the altogether appalling Chris an name of Aginnndisham, which was torne by "v,e father of the first Lord De? sart end also by the latter's maternal -grandfather, Colonel Agmondisham Mus (iiamp. of Cromwell's Roundhead army, through whom a considerable amount of landed property In Ireland came imo the family The Cuffes Originally hailed from Bemer Mtshire, but sime Tudor times have been frilled *n Ireland, Henry Cuff? receiving a ?rant of MM acres of land In Oounty Cork from Quicen BUssbcth. n- i aptain *>tw,,>- I'nffe was for a r of years aide-de-camp to Field ? i iiie link? of Con naught, saw active m the Hifle Brigade In the AshHnti ???d other campaigns, and, despite his ? red sympathies With the Home party, was gcntlcmf.n In waiting, mi? to yuenn Victoria, to Kdward Vil .cil to King i.eorge. In 1907 ?aptain was elected Mayor of Kilkenny by nanimoUS vote of the corporation, men ?-* Of Which was a Nationalist. He ?as also president of the Kilkenny of the Gaelic 1 ?cague and look a | part in the ?-ultivation of tobacco land, being, in fact, the managing , rector of a tohacco-growlng company, in 1 i- widowed sister-in-law. the dOW inti - <'t" Iiesart. is one of the . il stockholders ?lowager- Countess n!" Desart is * i* an?l helre-s of th?? late Henry offshelm, the well known London financier .ind owner of "The Daily News" ioti Some time ago the town of ny voted her its freedom in re, ?k of all tur good she had done for the Of the district, this ben-,-*; the first <?f .i woman or of a member of wish ra? e e>er being honored with s freedom of a city or town in the Emer ald '.? The Wife of Lord Fitzmsurics. \ II recognise under the name of Mme. Filippl, whose death has just taken :<t Rome, the ladv who was at one the -wife of l/ord Kitzmaurice, younger )roth?r of the Marquis of l.ansdowne. In ibituarles she Is described as a gifted English woman. Bhe was nothing of the having lieen the daughter of \V. J. ? raid, of I,itchtield, Conn. She mar !i I**-"?. l?ord Fltzmaurke. who. when ? Mer brother ?ieserte?! the Liberal ? ans'*, in connection with the Home Hule versy. and became one of the leading I of the 1'nionist administration, ie. tnained an adherent of Mr. Gladstone and figured as Under Secretary of State for foreign Affairs in the Oamphell-Hanner *an administration, afterward receiving a seat in the Cabinet as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. In l*OT. Lady Fitzmauriee obtained from the courts, not a divorce, but an annulment ???? the union, and aome years later married fir. Filippl. a scientist, who is principally Known to fame by his association with the Duke of the Abruzzl on tJie occasion of his trip to the Himalayas. Filippl wrote a very clever book about the expedition, end it wa? his wife who translated it Into Eng? lish. France's Ex-Premier Intuits Princess. Much has b?*en -written about the French ex-Preml*?r Caillaux, and there is littl?* of it that can be said to have been to his ad? vantage, stress being especially laid on his endeavor t?> ape the late Luc de Moray, not alone in his mannerisms and his ap? pearance, but alpo in his gallantries. It seems that about a year ago, when the ' '-own Trincess of Germany was at Cairo, awaiting the return thcr* of the Cro**n frince from India, Caillaux, then an rx Minister of Finance, arrived In the Egypt? ian capital with another former Cabinet ? Ricial, M Barthou. They took up their quarters at the same hotel at which the fit are Kmpress of Germany was staying, The Crown 1'rincess, who is a particularly Hg and unaffected woman, used to ?,\ takintr her meals in the public dining ind wa*s never subjected to an) an ? in <-onnection therewith until Cail ippeared on the scene, l nfortunately, ? ? ???. end that of his companion. M placed in th?- vi uiiiy of that ? : th? Crown Priaeees and ?'. h> :* party, <?? made himself so Ifatcgiseiy offensive (Mng her that one line morning the proprietor of the hotel--came to him and *,f.id him that the Chamberlain of the had complaint l of his in oien?'* and had requested that be would 1. ke bis dinn.r elsewhere. In erdi t to pro? tect the Crown Princess and hi ? party from any farther annoyance; s request which th?? hern f., e not only Indoreed i?it also sen ? a demand that he should leave '?:? I. tared a good doi.1, talked of Invokiius the Intervention of the French min?ete i plenipotentiary In Kgypt for the Indignity offered to hlrnseif as a former Cabin?? minister, and also expressed his v.ish to pullt a duel with the ? hamherlain, prudently, however, declaring that he would Ihe latter* second. In iuu of sand-1 D) challenge himself. Naturally, the ' i amherlaln ?lid not see his way to gratify the vanity and craze for notoru ty of Cail? laux by challenging him for any matter in which the name <>f the Crown Princess would be connected, and there was no Mood the two 'x-niinlsters. however, bow li | to tb<* inevitable and being compelled quarters elsewhere. The affair came t<? the ears of the crowr an?! to those of the Kaiser, and, Se? ng to ?he admissions of the German 1er of Foreign Affair?, von KMerien \\ .?echter, th? presence of a man so ob tiable to Kmperor William at the i.'dd of the l'r?n,h government consti? tuted a oeriouS impediment to tne friendly of the negotiations between France id Germany on the subject of Morocco In fact, there are those who say that It was .?wing lo personal animosity to Call? that the Kaiser sent his warship l ..mher to Agadir, on the coa-t of Mo races, thereby precipitating the crisis which Si t France and Germany to the very brink of a war, and also was the real cause of the extraordinary demonstration made by the crown prince In the tteichatag of his disapproval of any kind of friendly t-nderstaiidlng with the French government as then const It ut?-?l of course, the International crisis of last ?? mimer and autumn on the subject of Morocco, which caused England to ptaee her fleet on a war footing, and Germany as well as Fran?*?* to give orders for the mo? bilization of their respective armies, wns not entirely due to the behavior of ex-Pre? mier Caillaux st Cairo. But there '.s *,0 doubt that the entire affair won envenom?,) and prejudiced therebv The Fren? h na t "n has ? uch a traditional reputation for ? eiiHesy that one is ?lisp?.sed to overlook the shortcoming? In this respect of certain of Its dtlteens of the * bounder'' class, who ate, tike Caillaux, so filled with silly ron "f their own Irresistibility that thev ? re ftrmh convinced In their own mind thai it i, only necesesry te display thrli ???"?U^o-a, hi yjilg?mf?_ ogling a, woman ^ order to render her susceptible to their at? tentions. As a nil?, one can afford to tree? ?ICh ?reatunea with contempt and with i **hru*? of the shoulders. Rut when one re calls the fear which prevailed la.* t summer SU? fall of an International ? on fl aeration and the grave ee/inouilr dlstin balices re Suiting therefrom, one can hardly help "hudderlng at the Idea of having a man of ?"?ch a stamp at the helm of the ship <t" ^tate of a great nation. Mra. A. Bryce an Island Queen. Mrs. Annan Hryre, a frequent visitor to th;s country and known to every one at Wanh 'nuton through her ?lays with her brother in-law- and sister-in-law, Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce, at the English F.mbassy there, l'as lately joined the ranks of the island Queens through the purchase of an Islet off the coast of Ireland, near r.lencary. where ??he ia building a country house Annan Rryce. the ambassador's brother, is IJoeral Member of Parliament for Inverness, and while he Is vigorously opposed to the wom? an suffrage movement, his wife and youns daughters are among the most enthuslaatic supporters of the cause. As it ia Mrs. Bryce, and not her husband, who has purchased the island in question, it may he assumed that her politics, rather than his. will prevail in their diminutivo kingdom, and that the women will have so muoh to *ay in connection with its govern? ment that if Annan Bryce shows any algns of serious rebellion against the order of things he will be quietly deported as an un? desirable alien. MARQU18E OF KONTEN? lY. THACKERAY EXHIBITION OPENS Groiler Club's Collection of Mementos of Novelist Biggest in the World. A Thackeray exhibition was opened !*<s' night at the annual meeting of the Droller Club, at its ?-|narter?a. No :**. Cas r Bd *'"'? I Th? objects In the possersshui of ti.lub, conatettng of oriRina! manuscripts and editions, beside? objecta of a more personal nature, such as a German dlctlonsry used bj the novelist and a loch ><f his hair cut when he -vas sixty years old, ar. said to constitute the largest collection <>f Thsck* eray mementos in the world The colle tlon waa made during 1911, th.ntennlal year <>f his birth. Th? manuscripts of "Vanity Fair. ' 'The Virginians." "English Humorists." "laovell tt,?' Widower" and of many other works were abOWn, as were also m:r 01 | I drawings by him. ? WEDDINGS. The wedalai of Miss Ethel CanUia and .Monroe Buckley was celebrated day afternoon at tbe home of tbe bride. No. ?tat Overbrook avenue, Philadelphia. The ceremony was performed by the father of the bridegroom, the Res. Dr, .laun* Id, Buckley, editor of "The New Voik Chris? tian Advocate." Only the imm?diat.* fami? lies were present. The brki?* la the ilaughlaT of Mr. =-nd Mrs. John C. Dawaon, of ??verhrook. Philadelphia, the former a member of the banking house of Brown Bros, g Co. Mi. Buckley, who formerly lived In liorrlatown, S. J la a lawyer practlainf In Philadelphia. Mr. ami Mra. Buckley will be at home after- April 1 On polo Road, Bryn Mawr, Pena Miss Mai y W, *'raiK. daughter of Mr. ??nil Mrs. Thomas C. (Taig. was married to Robert Stuart owens last evening at the home of her parents, No. l?f? Cumberland street. Hrooklvn. The Rev. Dr. ? bland B. McAfee offici?t? *i The brides attendanta were Miss Isa I eile BOBtWick, Who acted H maid of honor Miss \lth?.. J.ius.'i and Miss ?'.rare Burn. Malcolm W. ?>wen? waa his brother's t" st man. and the ushers wer? William C. Blddle and Harold .1 Babbldr* Mr. (?wens is a son of Mr. and Mis. W U ??wens, of ?o Ztt Clinton avenue. ll<* was graduated f? :>m ?'ornell In 1Mb. The marriage of MlM Ileien I-ahc',1,, Foraytb, daughter of Mr. ?ml Mra John Beckham Forsyth, of Ne J ? Hamilton ave? nue, Tonkers. to Iia\i?l C, Duncan? a mani! fa?*turer of Dultith, Minn, took plaa laat night at the ?'entrai Methodlat Church, Tonkers. The Rev. ?"liarles Howard Tay? lor performed the ceremony. There wat- a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Tbe maid of honor was Miss Virginia ?' Frlek, of Dnhtth. The bridesmaids Wt a Misja Leila Morns atid Miss Marlon Vail ?">. I,inda, of Tonkers; Miss KM" Kaft?n berger, of Dotgavttl?; Miss IJortee e Decl er, of Middietown ; Miss Edna Raymond, ?,f Brooklyn, nnd Miss Dorothy Ufooeter, of Peekaklll. Kenneth Cant, of Duluth, was best man and the ushers were Wilbur Mc? Lean, Charles McLennan and T'.alph F'ineo, of Duluth; Owl* Carr, of Dayton, Ohio, and Osponr] Huncerford, of New Vork _ T'hlladelphla, Jan -3-The weddins of Miss ?iraee ?' Wllllts, daughtei ol Captain George B. WOllts, united states Army, end Mrs ?aVlllits, to Henry W. Von Brenan. tool; place at litt o'clock thli evening at the woodland I'resbyterian Church, the !:? v .lam? s H Swain officiating. Misa .!<-sb ?aVIllttS, a sister nf the bride, va>- m.iid of honor; Mrs ?'bar?es ('. Wlllttt and Mrs. Henry A Kroner the matron- of honor, end Mlaa I3?arothy Pfaft uns tlowe:- ?drl. Mr. Von Brenan ha?l ?is bis b? st man Al fred S W'lilts, brother Of tile I ri'ie The ushers w?re Henry Lau?., and Henry Kroner, of New York After the honey? moon the couple will he at bOHH " I No M We I Mtta street. New fork. FINED FOR DRAWING COLOR LINE. Hairv a Levy, the assistant treasurer of the Lyr?C Theatre, m West 4.'d streit. who was convicted In Bpeda] Beast ona of [excluding a negro f r? m the plsyhousa wa fined $.">n yesterday by Justices Deuel, M? Inerny and Hoyt. The alternative w,? I days in the City Frison l^vy paid his fine. The complainant was !/->uis F Baldwin, a negro real ?state operator, of So I Weal UtM street SMITH M. WEED GOING SOUTH. Smith M. Weed, sometimes ?ailed the Nestor of Tiemoci-ai'v In New York Stab*. who was **sported m at his epsrtments In the Waldorf yesterday, declared In person last night that his Indisposition was nothing more serious than a severe cold He sal?! that he was going to Summerville. s. <\, this morning, with his son's wife, and would remain there until he had rid himself of his cold. MISS MARGARET ANGLIN ILL. [By TUigiae.1 t" The Tribune | Baltimore. .Ian. A.-Miss Margaret Anglln, who was to have appeared to-night at the Academy ?if Mush* in "Lydia Gllmore." was so in from a nervous breakdown thai the jarforman? <? had to U* postponed. The theatre was filled when the announcement was made. The 'play is | pew on?* by Henry Arthur Jones, and his daughter. MU i Winifred Arthur Jones, Is one of the ? ., WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Tree admission to the Ametiean Mnaeaai of Natural History and the Ne?*?* York ZiOOloSlt al Park. ** Meeting of tbe Post Parliament Club. Waldorf Astoria, II a. as. Meeting of the Oantury Theatre ?lub, Hotel Astor, - p. m Meeting of the Iowa New Yorkera, Hotel Aslor, 2:30 p. m. Meeting of ?he Committee on Aruuatment Re ?arurcei of Working Ulrl.i. with oi.Ii r* i e on the "HtandrarJH of 1'ubllc Dancing," 1>? I inoalco's. ft p. n?. Dinner of the Howdoln College Alumni A aso la tlon of New Yoik City and Vicinity, Hoirl Martinique. 0 ::m p. ni. Dinner of M ??Idle burr; College, Waldorf Astoria, 7 o in. Meeting an?* r*M*e**tlM of ?tie i/ominlttee on WoSHS'a OiK-aiil/aaUonaj of the New York Milk Committee in honor ?,f the Commission on National Milk Standards, Hotel Aaior ev*n Irg Adalisi* by ?leniy A. Wise, I nited State?. Dia tr?. ? Attorney, on "The Jualges and the fro pie.?* at ?he meeling of that James ?', Blalna ?*l??b, clubhouse. No 237 l^nox avenue e\en Ing. Mr.a? m-atlingl under the anepl. <*a ?f the Alli'd Hoiiain? ?ommlttee?, of BraeUjra to ad\o , at.. better hemea In Brwfclm Young Women's ?"hrlstlan Assoolailon. Ktatbiish taaenii* and Pchermerhorn ?tr<*et. Brooklyn, h p, m. mnrer of Belts A<-ademy, Hotel Aaloi ? p m Meeting nt the *??"??> Hill nap,.?-.,......, Auml .laTlon. NO. 12*1 We? 4]m street, 8pm M""n,: nL\a\, "soh-T\x "'i'*!'' ???-u-ayer.' Aaae-lstlon, No. ??".*. W... ? ir.fcti, ,,,,, s p m n?\iew and reception nf the ciaion Peint MUI ART EXHIBITIONS The Work of Individual Painters Shown. One-man snows nr*? to he found In near? ly every OSneMsrobto art gallery In town. A typical one is that of Kdmnnd C. Tnrbeii, at the Montr?es Qallery, in which there are twenty-two pictures, representing v.-orK done In the last few years. Mr. Tar a-U IS still occupied chiefly vvith ihe beauty of painted surfaces. ? f 1st textures, whether of the floor and furnishings of a living ! loom, or of ihe faces and han?ls and gar I merits of the agreeable people of whom h***? I gives on?- glitnps'-s, aie nearly always nut fused with the bloom that lends them rich? ness and resonance. What the palr-.t-rs ?all quality Is rarely absent from Mr. Tar bell's studies of interiors, (live him a light that Is not too strong and objects upon which he can note it? play and reflection, and you will arouse the best of this artist's impulses BJ? a painter. Add to this P0W?tf of rendering beautiful tho superficial SO* pefts of what he sees under the clamour of a BllbdU-ed light, Mr. Tarbell's very real feeling f??r distinction and harm >ny of color, ?in?i \"u bave a total potentiality that is decidedly worth while. There ?re cenvaeea here, among them "The Ctrl Reading," lent by tho Boston Museum, and S later on , "Coral Necklace," which mark a level as high as any that Mr. Tarbell has reached. I transferring to paint his impressions of outdoor scenes Mr. Tarbell is lesH fortu? na- The quality, using the word m its special sense as before, that i? found In in- indoor studies, i-. lacking In these nom positlona of ligures in landscape. Aceptable ..!? im? nient anil a Choice ?if theme that del .tes an Individual pom' of ?lew ir?? he*e, but there is not s great deal .f per SUaMvenees in this group of Mr. Tar ?-I1 '.: work. As a portrait painter Mr Tarbell is nn evenly represented la the Montr?es .-\i?ii?i Th? characteristic likeness ?>f Mr. i ?i Robinson, dlrectoi of th- Metropol? iten .Museum, ii i..mil n. and lu delicate in. laion ' ak<.- I lie asme favorable Im ?Ion si before Most ??f the other portraits of men have something to Interest th< uai observer, aride from the Identity of th? Ii iubje< t A p"i trail bf l " M . ? hlch is convincingly a certain combina n?,n ,,f dignity and mental poise, may be especially mentioned The likenesses ??:' women are i Frederick i Frit seke, elm bat . heard f.f several times of late, In current exhlbltloni h ?rsl Indli idual now ?.n vie w at in? Macbeth ?Jailer] While it Is inevitable thai ?mi so pronounced a manner ss ins there shoul petitions, even In a gath-ering <?f s? trente? n canvasies, it may be said ?t once thai Ihe impr-M* noii left is markedly favorable, it Is not that Ml It i? .-? .e displays a' ) greal ring Inatlon ht re, and ai sun Sly iber? cloaed n?? hint <?i anj hltth emotional fe.-i mg at.out what be has -> > n and rend Instead, there is ? positive sk,n in eompj sltlon atui m the maintenance --i i 'heme ?if color, together with ihe faculty of corf triving surfaces thai are phasing. A large canvas entitled "Youth," showing two young worn? n b ng laM? In ? ? i?, .n?,.,:;. the dominating ? olor - plti b?ed m ?? iplllU i Mi | (?Yieeeki - clevernees and his knowledge of ?? outdoor piel un i< ?>. In which the visitor will And <* g ?d d il l? admire, one ol thf best being "Autumi with it- admlrahl) painted nude by i ire? with ? ? lion i? ??*?? ? A full length m st< d mu??-, for which apace era? no? f ..ind ??n tie walla sise stand- f.?r something mon than ordinal y ability. Mi Kriesek? d? mut? Important e. Portraits ami paintings by Luis Q are i?. i?. ? en st t h? Its * sail? ii? In the former th? literal tjuallt) I? uppermool iTom these likenesses one g?*is about me amount of real Information as t*. t*. a.-t.ts of the fitters that could be- mined i.v pti dm them ? a i ?allv In the Ireel or at the ..pera. The palnttns conven ttonall ? a ceptable, sn?l ; ?ubje * varied, and some of I hem ?Ii rlo ? a ureable Inter? si In s hat ' ? has port Card players grouped sround s Isntem on the ground, ? ? Ibosts, Si ? landacap? -, ml ? i llan Nea York suhvva*. mi ti,? ? eve i... i, brought I? (ether 1,' Mi ? ?i.? ?-i Th? rrSUll i- a iltlon. Allen Tucker, a membi r "I t I formet \ o lallen of American Painters and Hrulptors hs on lea at th? Madison ?jtallci y ?even tee i t ? * * .r? Thi y iiiak?- a decided I) fortunate Impression Ml. 'i m k< - en? i all) i?v,.i?l? ?i the monoton) that mannerisms brins and In ? n hli subjects, whether ol snon and bills .a of th? - ? with an appreciation I thai ca? i lei with it t?. I ? ? observei om? thing of Mr. Tuckei own enthusiasm Mention ma) i>? mad? ?.?.? ? uiiiy ??f a mo? pictun "Blue and White," In which there a o a harmonious note of mauve form? ing ? singularly happy schein? ?>i color. There ar?- t?. be seen at the iifih Avenue Ali ? lall? ri? e? of 1*1 mlsh design, embrotdeilei ??f Ren *.. ian< e pat l< old restmenls from Continental Huronean churches, snd s quantity ,f furniture, mainly <?r oM Krench and Italian i ? riods 'ib? ? have been brought together, ll i-an napneed, from the collection >f th Mai qutss Daublgny and from <>th?r sources Th. v havi been on exhlbitkm orefater) t<> i their sal?* at the gall? t i? s to-day and to ! m?.i r?.w, in the afternoon. PAYS $750 FOR JADE VASE ;Salc of Art Objects at American Art Galleries Brings $14,065. it was a lall, gray Jade ring beak?.*, of I flattened trumpet form, with flaring neck, ? i.nu.-r body and spreading base, that brought the top price yesterday $7.'?'. st 11 ?? nrst session ??f the sals at the Amerl can Att Galleries of the imperial |ad< and other arl objects. In to?k crystal, agate, lapls-lasull and <"iai. mostly from lb? I i? ? ii?.n of ths late Captain .1. p Peel, ?n IIiondon. ?'? I',- Kaldenbers was the buyer, i.-? rt*? r some keen competition in the bidding. it aras stated thai many ?>f the important , ?...j?-? t--. chlefl) ? <lining nom palees collec? tions, were designed for ceremonial uses ! m temples <>r for private shrine worship, and wen- or ?Inc. .1 in th.- Seventeenth and eighteenth centuriea while a few arc a*? cribable to the great Ming dynasty C. Krothlngbam paid tlitj tor an .-lab?rate rock crystal rase, with cover, fashioned as la massive Battened oviform ?with two gro t...-.|u<* heed and ?,|.?*n looped handles and lu'is?. rings, from one (lawless block ol rock crystal. Th? same buyer paid $i;;, -*,,r ,( large, bluish-gray agats vase, with (ovir and MM lor ? gTWU Jadeite Inccns? bowl and COT? r. coioii?i I! B.,Woodward, of the Hrook Ijrn institu?., of Arts and Sciences, bought i. r MM s quadrilateral green and white Jadeite es ?, with ??ver, and for a lar-,-. white ia?le rase <?l ovate f.irtn he paid $,7>?> Mrs. J- v7. Bchlffer obtain.?!, lor | large rock crystal vase, with cover and Mrs. Henry Clews Md MM for s greenlsh whlte jade water dish, with grotesque mask handles Mrs. F ?' Hav.mcyer bought a whit?- lade howl with <ov?i, for il?., ?,n?| Miss Jennings paM k:io for a Tibetan jade Buddha. Mr-. C. B. Alexander obtain?-?! for >3.W. ? hght gie.n Ja?l?lt? perfume Jar' with a g??l?l cover, and a large iiL-ate v,i-? and cover went to C. Field for gW) The total of the session whs $I4.(i?V",. Tins sole continu, s at 3 p. m. to-dav. ? u - RABBI HOCHHEIMER DEAD With Carl.Schurz He Fled from Ger? many in 1849. Baltimote, Jan. 25.?The Rev. I r. Henry Hochhelmer, ninety-four yean- old, died here to-day He was rabbi of Hebrew con? gregations here for forty-th',*?'? fngjta, dur? ing which time he officiated ai t.voiding? ni more than l.<W couph He fled from (Jcrtnanv t?. Sen Yurk al?i jjari Schurs and others lu lilH*_ I NOW FOR A "MOULIN ROUGE" New York Theatre To Be Re? named and Managed by Ziegfeld. With a permanent%m?iskal stork company to produre a constantly ?hanging muslcil entertHinment. the New York Theatre, aftaar being remodelled and renamed, will open on Washington's Birthday, February ft as the? "Moulin Rouge." under the direction of Flore? Zlegfeld, Jr. Smoking le to be jver niitted at all evening performances, but not at matinee? Prominent playera now appearing under Ihe management of Klaw ft Blianger and V. /iegfeld. Jr.. In their various musical com? edy p?mpenlos will appear with the perma? nent organization to he formed. Among these will be Anna Held The productions will bo ataged by Julian MttcheH. The en? tertainments will be patterned after the /ifRfeld Tollies." The new* productions will not conflict with Mr. Zlegfeld's regular production of "The Follies" at the Jardin de Parts on June 1. The concert hall In connection with the New York Theatre, which waa a feature In Mr. iiammc rsteln's regime, will again be opened, and refreshments will be, serva?! there. The scale of prices for the Moulin RoUgS will be **2 for the ground floor seats, $1 a seat for the entire bab'ony and ?rt cents a seat for the entire eecond balcony. Nov* ?Hies will be Introduced In the programme each we- k. IRVING PLACE THEATRE "Das Suesse Ma-sdel." The Viennese light opera company, after a brief end Illuminating expert? Mica m Broadway, returned lo the li? ving Place Theatre last night for a second engagement. The operetta chocen for the (?ist performance waa "Des Mtdel." by Heinrich Reinhardt, I composer favorsblj known here through ?The Spring Maid," an Engttah ver r-lon of which bar pro?, ,*.| highly xuivess fui. Two year.*- ago a performance at thl? -.line theatre made known to the public h?*re the ?,ery attractive music and action of -lias Sr??-se liadel." it Bpsrklea with melody end humor, and furnished excellent toles for the msny competenl atngera and adora of the V'leimeaa organisation. Mr. Verheyn had a t>??rt win? h suited Mm exactly, aad he sung With title effect, his solo to Fortune being twhe l e demsnded, Miss Meyer wan Spirited an<l dashing In tbe title part, in she >,in always i.e depended upon |0 be, Sftd Miss t'ontl w.is ?harming in the role of a Viennese ise. Among t Im mes Mi Ifsrloo and Mr Roberl deaerved special mention, No t,. it. rxampb "f modern Viennese light opera could irell be offered ?ban the production now running .it tbe Irving Place Theatre, The pleca o .?.M lo ha?..' a popu? lar success The ?*i?M of me op?rette i B?ldela, Oral IJehenbari . n?n itnma l.r/.-l. iirsa.ru m ate... Kr*u'*ln U'elngartnei '?rnf Man*. Llebenburg, dessen N.ff* il? rr I.,?'.-. Winter Pierian Uehll. h, Mal? r .. IP rr M l'ilt/l YVeyrlfagei T Vroeeer M? > retai - ? ? ir r r Robert Mr.v ? Ib-rr C..IV. Araatel Hen Keller Mini . f'.'il'tn .lakllra. ti >';tr?ii? . .Frauleln Prefashur? Kl,?i'per. Ihn Mur* EDNA MAY A ' STAR " AGAIN Occupies Stage Box at Globe Theatre and Divides Honors with Foy. A p.?' i? ?< ? '? ' m luded "-i ?r Lev? ,in<l his ?ife. formerl: Kdna Ma? ??! Melle nf New York ' fame, <" ? lipled * *t;ig<* box :?< ? nlghl at Hie Qlobe Th?*stre, and the management, having gol wind of ihe com m;* of the former munirai comed} favorite, her ihe **atar" "f ? A * Bong w i,s i-," lio.?.-.I for t he irnl sung b I', ?.;? W.! ?Its i d in the Batvsttofl leeste costume thai Mise Mhv ?on- In "Tbe M. ll<- of New *t ork " When the rhorua pHssed off the si,?gc they ahowered the "nue ?.,,\ with The audience cheered and "demonstrated" with Mt?afsctory vigor until Mra Lew laohn found herself obliged to rle? end inns her ???knowlei,.' THEATRICAL NOTES. Malting Good," n nea pinv bj Owei Srlll le pre ?? ri t. . t ,? t the Kulton T for the nr*t linn* in Nea York on Monday, ,i Ti i?? work are* ployed In Bal? timore a fee, week*? ??Ko Making ?'.? "I .. comedy of the Maine woods The i?*n Irsl tiguie |r h young man who **uti a su?i ?I? ti stop tO lit** former career HS a sou er of wild oat.-. In o'li.i to "make gomi m me imil? i rampa i.i?Mei ? ' " yeeterds) announ?*ed the forthcoming production of tii?* t'omjrna Csrr i, of "Ollvei Twl t. with a spe, ihI rompan) The four players erhoae ? ?>i ? w ? i < -1| rti 'i ? li '!?? | will have lh< parta Nsl t' doodwln, a- ?fSgtn; l,\n Harding, as Mill Bikes;fnnstance t'ol? N.i'ii ?. Sik.s; Marte I ?oro, as Oil \?r Twist. The proal o* lion will be got reed) .. mod ,? poaaible. Th? American Druggl t? Byndlirate, now holding us ?annual convention In Men York, ha taken Ihe cntin I. ;>' the century Theatre thla evening ia man} of Its mem ? i .? the plsyhouae can accommodsle will s.??? ii?. performance of "The Qarden <?f Allah." The ?rsai for the Columbia L'nlveralt) plsy, "The Myaterioua Mis" Apache," has :?,?? ?elected, umi i composed of the foi loarlng ?' W. Peterson, '14; F, P. Brooby, 'H, W 1" DUgSn, 'I', S ; f. A Isliell. '!.'; it ii Roberts, '14 B.; J. T. rtaber, *u i, ; v i i-, terson, '14,* W i>. Bpalthoff, 'Il s . A. i,. Graham, '14* K. U i rane, it:'\v \. Raie, i'.; B. B, Boyd, '14 F. A.; A. .1 <ia I ,? ;?n. i.. F B, Tracer, "H* J s Peek, . | . s iv La Cute, '14; C. W. Hepm, 14; G m Murphy, '14; A. J. Brock, 13. The ahOW will be given In the f*r;?nil ball room of Hi? Hotel Astor during the week if March *. with a matinee on Saturday; jilso in Pittsburgh ?n?l Washington, April s and I, reepectlvely, both to be fnaftn? I'n > hundred nieinhers of Manhattan Council, Knights of Columbus, will go t?> the Liberty Theatre on Wednesday night of next w?*a?k lo hear LaOUta Mann in his new Iris*, ? ii? gating ;? Husband." Bruno Gmntchetnedten. eompoeer or "'?he hos?? Mahi." ""in arries in New v<>ik aext Monday. Q?ranlchat??sdteB will be the iirst of th.* "F'ennece compooora to visit America. "Her Majesty Mlnil," In Which Lillian II may later return to the light op.ra -mge. :s by ??rarib hstaedlen, and h.* is the composer ?f BSOSt of UM iab.net song suc? cesses now In Vienna. A theatre party compose?! of members of St. Joseph's alumna?, of Krentwood, N. Y., will on TUQSrtsy evening, February ?S, at? tend a psi fOI llisnre of "The Return of PetOt Urlmm" at the Melasco Theatre. Tickets mai be purchased from Mrs. Robert It. Coster, So ?it West 94th street, .New York, or from Mi**? ISSSPhltM ?'assldy. No. eZ'.i ?Ireene avenue, Mrooklyn. At a sp?Hlal meeting of th.* Lamb- ?lub members yesterday afternoon It was k otved to prepare for another all-star gam? bol tour In New York and a ?lozen other big cities, to ,,?> B^en at Ihe lennlnatlon of the present theatrical season, probably In May. An ?II Star" vaudeville programme of special Interest, arranged and provided by Percy Q. Williams, will be given at th? .Viajes tic Theatre, Mrooklyn, on Hutuiay evening. Kehruary 4. Ihe proceeda of whlcl? will be turned OfSI to tho widow of Battalion ?'hlef Walsh, who lost hi? life, at the recent Kqultable fire. OvVr twoscore artists trom the Percy Williams ctnult ?A-lll participate l'harles ?S. Hr??ed. msn ager of 'he Majestic, has donated the l,oii-*- The prh*e- of rfdinl?-s|oii me :;, , ruts t.. II, and tickets are now on aale at the orpheuxu a-qd tho MajcaU?, CABSTAND GRAFT. i Ibservant Foreigner?Pardon mc. "ir. 1 -cc you object to your mitrap-eoti?- cab fare. You own youf streets, don'i you ? Father Knickerbocker ?Certainly. Observant Foreigner?Then why do you permit the botelkeepers to charge the cab companies exor? bitant prices ?'.r stand privileges? I MRS. HOMER AS ORFEO Singer Returns to Metropolitan Stage in Gluck's Opera. .Mi- Liftulse Homer, whose domeetlc ?t fairs hav? Ictalned lier from the operatic [ world ?) .>' i ?in ihe pre ei -a. made her ?mi? nan? e ;. ? m,* Metropolitan ??pera ii., im n ? night Mrs Homer ? hoee for the ... .a-on the character whleh primps marks ihe lummlt ol her artistic achieve ? ? Duck's "l n f.I I: lti?1 i. ? it was a splendid audien-se that ? k'a ? < v ?*-l'"in? to i'...- ?[?. ?p. itar contralto, diepce an.I ., welcome mal must bave proved c her. hol she still shy doubt, ihe stTectIon In whl? eld bj the ?mer? it .in ; i ? si ***-< r -na-? in splendid voice an) (.-mo *** pei tormam-e that both vocslly an?l ?h .?tirallv vva-? Worthy of t',e highest pi all ?? i ? dlgnlt; ? ? hei bearing an?i the Ii?.. '.' with which she Infotmeil the ? ,? t? r made her conception ? ?ie of ex? quisite i?. .?'it, Thi ??tiers in Ihe pa m Here the same ??.??- ?t the previous per forma".? ? \hs Rappold ilnglng tfiurldlce Miss Rpsrk? Amore and Mis oiucfc tin llappj Rhade. Mi Toscanlnl conduct*?! In his usual masterly fashion "Orfeo" *?,.- preteeded by l?eo Btoch's Versiegelt." ti>?* nne-ad opera, which had its first Amerlcsn performance <.n s.?tui afternoon TU?- audience appeared to, <-ni??v thi little ??irk exceedingly, especial lv ?h<- acting nt ?uto '?.iritz. who. in this part, hai placed t?? bis credit one ?if the ini.st amusing Impersonations of his reper tor. High Praise, t"?.. must hr.iIu be tiie portion of Mme Hadskl, of Mr. JadlowW, ??f Miss Alten, ?.r Mr Well, an?l an a?l?h-?l ?sord be saiii f??. Mme Mattfeld, an artist win.-.- cortslstentl) excellent work has tos often been forgotten amid the pother raised by th<- .i..i"is's of more ndvertlaed singera, Mr Herts ted the orchestra with sympathy and -pitm "Versiegelt," as given at tne? i Metropolitan, i* largelj Mr H-etta's produe ! lion, and be has succeed?-?! in Instilling Into i the arlists the spirit whi?*h animates liirn seir. SING FOR EMERGENCY FUND' Opera at Metropolitan Attracts ; Duchess and Princess. Those who dote on operath salad had , their till of It yesterday afternoon, whoa j the Metropolitan opera Company -save Its annual l.enetli for the emergency fund The audience WS* S huge one and hundreds I were turned away, the attraction of Mr. Caruso's appearance In the first act of "Paghaci i being ne ?louht largely respon mi,i?- tot the attendance. In addition, it had been atinotin ?< d that the Duchess of ConnSUght an?l the Princess Patrhia WOUM h?. present, ivhieh announcement undoubt edl) added to the audience's interest. The sfternoou's pregrsnuns opened with the Bret a?-t of "Boh?me." srlth MMs Qluch as Mlinl. Mr. Smirnoff as Kodolf'i :? ti'l mm. Bcottl, I'idiir, ?i?- Bsgurela ami I'lui ??orsi. Then cams ths second eel of "Han? sel i ml (?retel,' vvith Miss Alten, Mme. Mattli'lil ami Mus Snelllng. follow?*?! by ths first set of "PagUaed." with Miss DeeUau and mm. Caruso, Amato, QUIy an<i Mada. The last number was the third act of "Faust." with Miss i'arrar and MM. Martin ami Rothb'i. It VUS announce?! at the end of the per? formance that the benefit had added about $1**,. t.. the ssesrgsnry fund. u JUST A PARISIAN SOIREE. A dramatic and musical '*8olr>?! Parisi? enne" attracted many French-Americans and others to the Carnegie Hall I>yce,nn last Sight? where several talented artist'*? talk?'d, san? and danced for th.-ir ??nt?r tainnx'nt Raul Vermandi-le. recently With Qwby Dootys at the VVJnter Garden: Odette St I.ys. Claude Hencdlct Maubourn, Mm.*. Berthe Van <l-r Berg and other? mad.* u|> the psagiusssBS. Among th')'*1' nniler WbOSS natrona^e ihe ,.,'rforinai..?* was given WfffS Mrs. Herbert Hat timan. Mrs. ? *. M. ?tiapln. Mrs. T. B. Peck 'r.. Mm. Rudolph Schlrmer, Mrs. K. BOSS, ?Mrs. S. Htanwo.Ml M.-nk.-n. Mme. l'latbowska, MSBS. Kmmy D.-stlnn. Mine. Pella Alten. Mme. Jeanne Mmihourg. Comte de Mant?elas. M. I>lnh (?Illy and M. An-, ?gras ?le Segur?le. _ HUNGARIAN CLUB INDORSES TAFT. President Taft ?as indorsed as the Re puhln-.m CSndldStS t*g President at a meeting "r ,l,r ,,,|,1*,,rli,n Republican Club, held la?! nl*ht '?' inm "^ubhoui.e, No. j m ?est talith ?tr.eef*. ~~?*-?-?. OBITUARY. REAR ADMIRAL L. C. HEILNER. Rear Admiral l?evrts Csss Hellner, U. ?? S. (retired), died yesterday at the Navy Hospital Brooklyn, after an illness of flVS ?months He lived at No. IM Pwopcct av> ?nue. Brooklyn, and was Uik?*n from there '. to the hospital last Tuesday. ? Rear Admiral Ileiine; was bo?-n in Penn? sylvania slaty-three years ago, and entered the Naval Aca?l?*my in MM, After being graduated be served as a lieiitcn int in ?Asiatic waters Bnd also at the Naval Ob? servatory? He r?-c t.- the rank ??f lieu i fnant commander in IMI and was th< navi? gator o," the battleship Tcxa.? durlns the ! blockade of Cub.m ports an?Wthe battle of | Santiago He was made . omtnander short? ly after the close ?,f the war. and then held | the post of commandant of the Navy Yard i at Pensa, ola. lia. Ile commanded the bot tleshlp ??lit?, when she was the flagship of 'th?. Atlantu* fleet, and in IMI he was made supervisor of the naval auxiliaries at IhS ' Brooklyn '?avy yard He reached the rank of rear admiral last year, when he was placed on the retired list M account "f his -ears. ? - MRS. JOSEPH DREXEL. Philadelphia, Jan. 8 Mn Joseph Dres : ei. wldoe "f Joseph Dresel end a member [..f the well knov? n Philadelphia family. Idled this morning at her city residence. 1 No IMI Pine street. Mrs. l-rexel had been in excellent health and her death came vvlth , out warning She liad returned from her country home, Pen Ryu, near Torresdab*. , at the beginning of this week Her deathj came so unexpectedly that not one of her , four ?laughters Mrs Harry S l.ehr. Mr I >un? an I'niiiin and Mrs Rrtc H. D?til? gren, of New York, and Mrs. ?'liarles Blng ! ham Penrooe, of this dty was able to reach her bedside before th.- end ra.ne. i Mrs. I'r.-xel before h?r marriage was MtSS l.u.y \\ hart?n, of this < ity, and of the third generation of descent from (Sovrrnor Thomas Wliarton of Pennsylvania. Her late husband was a brother of Anthony .1. Iirexel and Frank Drexel, and was a mem? ber of the banking Arm of Iirexel A- Co. These three brothers were sons ?if the orig? inal Anthony J. Drexel, who founded the Drexel banking house. Mis ruexel had long been known in this dty fee her philanthropies ami as a <*<>! lector of paintings and nil ether forms of art. MARQUIS DE MIJANA. Cos Angeles. .Ian. gk <'arlos Alastaire Raoul t?otesmanl. Marquis de Ml.iana, Pro? vence. France, riled here to-day. He was said to have hern at one time worlds champion fencer and duellist of note In his home country. The marquis was thlr ty-flVC yeaig eld. He was known In Phila? delphia and Pittsburgh, where he resided for a time after coming to the United States i iCht years ago. GEORGE COCHRAN. Philadelphia, Jan. L'.'?. -(leorge ?'ochran. head of an old Philadelphia family nnd | prominent socially. died at his bom?' h.-r.; to-day after a briuf Illness. II? was the father of Countess ?le I'ernon, who mar? ried Count Georges ?Jinoux de Fernon, of France, three years ago. Mr. Cochran was graduate?! from Plnceton l'niv?rsity ,in?l was an extensive traveller. He was seven? ty-three years old. The countess is on the ocean, having been summoned home on ac? count of the Illness of her father. ? DR. SAMUEL SHORT. Dr. Samuel Short, of No. IM Madison avenue, died In Bellevue Hospital yester? day from septlejemla, the result of a wound received five months ago when he cut his foot on a rusty nail. I)r. Short was thirty nine years oUl and was graduated from the Long Island Hospital Medical ?'ollege nine years ago. JAMES MAHONEY. JaUMS Mahoney, Assistant Fnited States Shipping Commissioner, died yesterday ar his home at No. 456 I'laeson avenue, Brook? lyn. He was horn in Brooklyn slxty-?-lgbt yegrs ago, and on the outbreak of the Civil War enlisted In Company H, .">th Regiment. New York Volunteers. He was severely Injured at the battle of ?laines Mills, and was mustered out In IMS, After the (|os? of the war he served some time in the quartermaster's department, and then he came Assistant Shipping ?"ommlssloner, an office he held three years. Mr Mahoney was past president of the Veteran Asso.-latlon of the Mb Regiment and sBo ?luartermaster ot ICnrsmpnvnt N?> M, 1 iilon Veterans' Legion. Military service? alii be h?ld, at bis boms this evsft?. ing. nnd the funeral will follow st the Church of the Nativity to-morrow. H. C. PUTNAM. WI-... Jan. 2:. 11. ?V Tut. ,nntn. regarded aa the beat practical au tliorit.? on reforestation in the I'nlted St;?!."--, died here last night, aged se vent) - I lin?* yeaig. Me bepaii In? work on refores ?tatlon in ISO, Me wsa long in the ? ?*nvij I eerti Ice In t Imber eetlmst? 1 - *? OBiTUARY NOTES. Ml? MAKI. I'At.NI' l?i: win. b,..l been in 1 th.? ie?? end coffee bustncoa for more than ; a quarter <>f a eentary, died on vYe?ucs?ey '.it the home "f his deugbter, Mr?. i>. u. .iohn-"ii. No iv*. .v,th street, Brooklyn, lie was a tiati?.?- of I r.^ Im ti?! ;?tid whs eighty 1 nine years old, Mr. Bamlcle w.?s ? tnenb* her of the Produce and Coffee ?xahangej and the Host.m Ten ? OtnpSB) '? MRU JUMA A DAVIS, mother of the ! late Th?*odore ft. (?avis, a war CorreepOU? 1 dent ;?nd illustrator, died on vVedMatay 'at the home at her gninddatighter, Mrs. Cuiten W Parmelee, at Highland Park, 'New Brunswick, S. J- rllic was in her ninety-sixth year. MARRIED. Ri.ki.t.v CANTLIN <'n Thtineey, January ?.?.-,. 1012, at the home of ?he bride. No H? (?verb?mh ???? Philadelphia, b) the p.ev. i?r. ...'ir* m Ruvkley, fmhei of Ihe groom. F.thei I'antlln, daughter of M? ao.? Mrs. John C. 11a. to Moaroe Buckley, of Philtd?lphla, foiinei!.. of MofTtatOWH .\??*? J>r??;.. Nolire? nf marriage? and death? must be a? ? ??nur inieil b.a full name and addreM. DIED. I Coa. Charlee F M?ate, (.aura Xi I Emerson, Nathaniel W. Prait. William A <*,ll?p?. Lin *. .-penal, .'arolln* P. Hail, I-un?? H (?tronc, Utenriiie T. i Harris, Darius. Thaln, Mary T. Ivea, Celestla B. wuieta, Th .mas W, <<?\ ? ? 11 W.-I;i?~?.ls-. . January CI, <~harl?a l-*inii? Co? !*ui?eia 1 Mrvtc? at hi? lata ? ! i" >? \o. :, t?p|?van Terraee. Yonkare. ?Saturday, Januarj 27 a? 10Mfi a. m. Spartet transport a lion will b?* provld*d at Yonkara for friend? on arrival of train leaving ?Jrand ? ?. nti.ii TsrmlMl ;i ? a m TliK BOAMt) OF MV.NAI'BRS of the Naaw Jeep Botanical Garden deplon ?li?*ir ^r???\t lot? bv Ihe death *>f their t???io\?-,| a?.?e*iate, ?Tharle? Ptnney Cog. who has been . mamhar of th? Ronr?l aun ?? ?fa formation It? treasur-r for atas* rear?, and Indefatigable In the Up? building St the mKitUlInn N I.. BltlTTON. Secretary. BMBRSON Xt In? retddooee, No. 2M t>no* n\e. tttm Vork. mi Wedueaday, January 34, ISt2, pathaiiiel Whlttler Emeraon. in the Mtb year of his age. Cincinnati papara pleaae ?opy. ?ill sky- im leasery H, i!?i2. al h?r r?st dance, In ?he city of Sem York. I.?ley Ollaay. widow of Henr) ?.ilaev ?nd daughter of tha lata Oeorga W. and M?rg?r*>t Var?an. F?u neral ?er?. Ice? at (he i'liur.'h of tba Trane tlguration. 2Sth St., near ,Mh ?ve.. on Janu? ar* 20. at II o'clock In the ?norntnf. H Al.', At ? hl.*ago, ill.. on the 24th tint . Mr*. Kmily K Hall, widow of th? Rev. ?lordon Hell. I? l>. Ute of Noi-thampton, Man, In har nlaet) fir?? year, HARMS A? hi? honia No 42*? Throop a"-?. Miookiyn. of pneumonia, January 2.t. Pariua Hani?. In hla 40th year, lo\*d and trusted friend an?i a?*i\ant of Pi?. Klmhell and rail,?? Funeral aervleea ai Mount Oliv?? Kapital Chara?, Friday evening, at 8:3n o'clock t\ 'Rfl ?in Jaassry 24. 1 ?12. ???*i?*r*?ia B ivaa. ?Ido?*, of Arilmr ?' 1%*.? Funeral at l?r Ute raai.lrn.'O. N?i. 33 8ldl**) piae?, l.ro*.?,!*. n. 1 at 2 o'clock Satuiday. Januar, ti r MOA LB ??n Thursday, .lanuarv 2.*.. a? her late losldeii.e. Aahevllle. \ ('.. I^ura M Slial?*, biloved wife of I'hlllp H. Moule ?nd daughter of the 1st?? Alhert Speyers. of Ne?* York City. Panerai ?HI ??* held at Aahevllle. Savannah and Philadelphia pepen |!i*u-e ?op? PKATT Williuin A . batoarad and eldest ?on of the late Julius II I'ralt and Adeline Barnea Pratt, of llontelalr, N. J.. ?ud?l,?nl>. of pneu? monia. In hi* .*<"th year. Notice of funeral later. BPBNCBR Sinlilei? 1 \. mi Thuraday morning. Jiinuarv SB, Caroline Dcnlaoo, wife ,tt I.u.-lura y sp.'iii er. In her TSth year. Funeral aarvlvea at her late residence. No. 131 laifayett? av^. I'aaaale. N J.. Saturday, 27th ln?t., at 2 .V p. in. STRONG ??r.nvill.? T.. at MHvatakes, ?flagan. ?In. ?11 January 2.*.. I'.'12. In the 2'>?h year of hla age. Funeral at Betatlket, l?ng Irland, Sunday. January 2Mlr T1IAIN ?n WedSsaday evening. Janiraty 24, hi her reaidoBce, No. l? Fji?t km at., i'aty Thomion. wife of Alexander Tl-.alr? ?lid daugh? ter of the late Samuel Thomaon and ?'u.hanna Uaughwout Thoniaon. Funeral aer*.loea a. **?. 1?. Ka?? ?Id st.. on Saturday. Januaiy 27, at 10 a. m. It la kindly re?iue?te<l no tlowcr? I .a ?en?. Interment private. WILX-STU Af H<MMaroe4, Itosiyn, I.. I., on ltd, day the 24th of hrat month. Thomaa W. Wll let?. In the ?l?th year of hla age. Funeral pri? vate. _ < r.MKTr.Kir.s. THF. WtaODI-taWN <KMr.TF.RT. 233d S? B> Harlan? Train and by Trolla**. ' Oftlce. SI Eaat '2:id Kt . N. t. I NDERTAKB? FR%NK F.. CAMPBELL. 241 .1 Wa,t 2S.1 gu a-hap?*!? Priva?? Boom?. Prlvata Ambulancia, Tal. I3'?'4 '-h?l??a. ormcEe. MAIN orFK'F. -No. 1**?4 Na????i atra??. UPTOWN iJFFP'P. --No. 13A4 Broadway, or an?. American Diairti-t T?l#fraph OfVa HABI.F.M i'KfliT* No '.r,T E??? tJMh atrt?t. No 3S3 West 12?Mh street and ?.o. Jit) T"**ati 12Sth street. WASBI.VtirO.N BLiHl^L-^W.atorr -tullfiasg, )