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MANY EASTER WEDDINGS
Miss Ruth R. Hubbe'l Becomes
Mrs. Robert Mason Derby.
CEREMONY AT ST. THOMAS'S
Clarkson-Haskell Nuptials Cele?
brated in St. Agnes's?Miss
Pickhardt's a Home Affair.
i--i'-r Mon?iav ?* nlwayt a popular day
t-r|tb the brides, nnd ventcritav was no eg?
ceptien to th? rule, f"r ther? w.re -,, num
btr of marriacejt ol ? elebrsted
Thoma?-'.?? ? 'hut wa? ?1..?
rated with palms an?l KaMer Hue??. Miss
lubl ell, ?' ? ighter of Mi.
ind Mr? Bulkley Hvjbhell. was
i ? Mason I ?erby, of ?3oston.
Th.? ?an performed by the Rev.
p- Ernest It. Bttres, assisted hv the Rev.
bar?es a. M itonlngton. Conn.,
lidegroom. The bride.
who w-,:? Riven away b) her father, was In
a ?-nu h ?-?f v le satin t and
She a ?re a tulle
which f. ll from a lace cup. and car?
a. stvwrr bouquet of lllles*of-tbe
Mts Lewis Pen was he- aister'a ?
nor and only attendant Her other
sirs Mason T) 1er Adams, who w as
aiae to h..?? been In attendance, s
; ?esent. Arthur ? o?o
i . ? ? ' I the ush?
Weeks C*yrua Wildey ?Iran?!?. l>r. Theo?
dore Kastman, Dr. ?Jeorg? S ' ick und
Ra pn VI eid ?'ray.
Tho ceremonj was followed hy a
t.on h* the home of th? partn?? So
? I. The d? ? Rl th?
he'ise i-nt,s)Bterl of pH 1 tns and |>lttk r
led to th?
Judge and lira '"?-?orj-" ? Holt Mr.
laesrta ca?-* Ledysrd, a i irnej
il nnd Mr? Wlckershsm Mr and
Mr? -?.-den. Mr. and Mr?. Charles
K Seymour. FTsderlck Townsend Martin.
ind Mr??. Wendell W. KlaR<*len. Mr.
?nd Mr?. Roberi Burton Mr. and Mrs.
k. Mr nn' Mi ?
S?-?.?-noro ;?*'-.. Mr. and Mrs.
? - bb. Mr, and Mrs. Watt?
I Mrs Hssket Derby, Mr
vn Am ?rj, Mi and Mi ?
tan ' .-a- . Richard 8, '?
and I" and Mr rg Btrong Dot
The wedding of Mis? oladya Ka Clarkson,
daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Ashton ? ". lark
eon, to E. K"k Haskell took place yester
. a- afternooi In Bl tgnes's Chapel, In
West 91st a I ' ? ? mas of
?ir..p?-l ?a Ith whlt?
?ms, and carrle? . et of 111! ?
:- -i Provost
? ? t girl, snd the
,( ds s "U.? M. i.
M ss Harr.-" A ' larkson, Miss U
Bowles, of Bprlngfleld, Ms? nd -Mis.-?
4 rl ?-es In | ' *" and
white chiffon, wore }l i-.u Dut
herdes? ?-.. mm-td with
- - s FYeeman s ted ;? ? rnd
lam s Haskell, Many
r \* .. ? '
? .-. Cook a I 1 n W
emony was pert i .e Rev.
T. Msi ? " of Trinity
ev. l -r
W. I-ieiiinser A receptloi
a? ?ee bom? of the bt - psrents,
? th ?*iara Plckhardt ?d* ??
rdaj sfternoon to '? -n. of
? ? Mass., si the home of lh<
"i. and Mra. Csrl Plckhardt, No
? ? nu? sue was r
? r father, and ?
| With l*C? :
O. Hill, of
SI . and th?
? ?? Paul and i ?tto P i khardt an?i
pmsn Adolph Piel there ol
ind Thompson Sampson, ol
? ? th? Hoi?
i ?ran Church, and s
tien f frl? nflR fol
,. - -
Trenton, n J . - - hari.e ?; Roew
i. f ?h!e ?Htj Si ed to-day the en
. man! of ni? daughter Helen to Carroll
?a well known ;?rti?*
M??.* Ro? btlng la ?me of
S .? i -
? y |n hat own ri-rtit. Her father.
as rj Roebllng, i? ctmnected ?*
firm et .tohr, A. Roebllng'? Son? ? on
aurt ha* a large fortune. Ml Tyson ie one
of th?. ha- ? younger artus'"
erlr-a an?l he?? .. an ?ntern*
t.011... reputation ?--? ? pall "*?" "f p?ortralta
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
? .. .-,;.,.'-.?. u . ? Museum of Nat-1
..- .ii I'.irK
: ? ? ?? ? h,
? ..? - - -? Roberi
; * in.
1 p. m.
M?a- | , I|o?'l
> ? ?? i'.aiijunue R Andrew? on "He ?
Sa t lona
??? i. ? u.
?ir*?-. ? :
!?? tlolph M f ?
*> p in
Sl?e In?; of II ' Ne?a ' ?
H" ? P | ??<.,< s | ,?
Mat. , Wal '."?** .?
o.? i.. ,
ret ? ? .
ami Betrerlj RoaS, Hi
' re ?ration, 8:18
St I >,?ri:.,- . (fi High -
' ?et, w?-ai nl .-? ,,i,ii att-nue ' in
II ? l(..'.f o| U? \\.,n I. s?
.nd I'm etreela. --An An.iaa,, loir Thro???!?
")" Seres Us
*?'- _? ?I Dunhrnm; I
.? nt I'u-i
1 " ?*?,',',]'"''" !'">
ran? ? ?
Her People ., Aniia
? - um i.t si.?
-t 1010 at
? mniarrii, ) j.
I . Menr? ? T.. hnleal | g .;.;
I re?1? it. , :, M#!.
i ano Mil?
mraei ' Ruma and ?? ? . ,M ,,
? Immaeulai? '- ir?in
-? A ?ruik
a. Nea v.,,a i-,lM1, i.n,rRI, N? ,,,.?.
"' *""-< ??'.?
f-- .?1 r? Mm aim I Ml ??.... ||m .
?.nur'h. No ?.
M I? tlie llw.l. ' . ?, |.r,,y
gram ??' .,:.. i. ? ? i .
A\ Sew lorU
' stl .. ? v,.?,,.^ ,, ,
Vlorll a Ith llm A? .. r? K
? /n ?nH M?r
li, "er niv?T.-lHl?
..,,1 jatna street,
r ? lade."
Mif? r','t '
LI'S JADE BRINGS $510
Highest Price at Oriental Sale,
$600, for Ebony Elephant.
A royal Easi Indian elephant, carved
from ebony and carrying ?.n his back, held
by an ivory support, ? white crystal hsii
in diameter, brought ??>
t price lost -i:cht at the aecot
?ion of the ? lie of (he East Indian
Chinese art objecta comprising part of the
'.. Graves collection, at the Anderson
Auction Company? rooms Quill Jones was
A piece of cainellan r??d Jade, which for?
merly talen?, i to I.I Hung i'!:an?_. brought
the t.. I. It was bough!
by Yamar.aka & Co. A covered jar,
from pink crystal, with aide ornaments <>f
! elephants' ?,.;,:- . ? f.?r
Jie". William R. Hearat gave $'.-'<> f?.r a
sw.crd of tl." Prince of fchlgo. It- -
l.ard Is of Re?d lacquer, with silver mount
lass. The blade ?a is m ide in IfM.
Tl ere ?hs some keei
bidding fe.r the exi. ' ;." -" "?'.Ik
le French in ofTicera durii |
i:ci\.- rebellion frotn the imperial a-ai -
tohe In the summer palace In Peking, They
were the lirai selection from the entire loot
??Rrried away by these officers. A i ?
imperial yellow satin embroidery, wrought
in heavy <c_?.M with design of the Imperial
drageon an?! hols, w is sold on
order fur >. i pi? ??. Il la ?said, hung
e.n the wall of the throne room, dl
i the Emperor's thrccn".
N H H:|s^ ?a-.? egtlO for an imncrl.'
of yellow-silk, with all adorations and
symbols woven Into it and carved Kilt but?
ton? A koro?' Snow from Heaven"?Its
rover and stand, all niable of bronce, filled
with co.'l nuggets, said to t." n master
piece, *?...* i*..i-i .?it order r.>r /*_" an '
t\pe Klrmanshah rug, with ?groundwork of
soft cream color, revered with birds fruits
and flow.-rs, m.? bought by Vinceni <? ir<1 j 1
Three hundred and I -? was paid i
? ? |ade bee?- i . f brilliant dark en
green It was ' 1er. V fcchells
gave t2*< '
' ?-nt from ?lark gre.
The total of tl ? ? ns waa i
MRS. W. H. VANDERBILT ESTATE
Transfer Tax Appraisal Shows Widow
The transfer la th* estate
of Mrs Msrla Louisa Vai derbllt, the widow
e.f William H. Vande? n the
Burrogatos' oltlc? ly by Wallace P. !
KraK?-r. Deputy State Controller The net
amounted to 1625.471
Mrs. VanderblH died on November S,
ISM, and the eie'..4y In flllni I ".h
d'i" ??? the uncertainty "f a trust 'und left j
for i'?nton llrown Kissam. a gl
nephew, who died In *?? ; I s share of,
?-Ided between Mrs .; H?
-.?ho was Leilla M B Klssam and
Mrs. Harry W Olmsl '
Ine I'" Mott Klssam.
The estate of Mrs VanderblH In I
I,(MM) abare- f tl Ses ? k Central Rail?
road. eJS-.OOO; : BOO sharer of the R
Watertown A Ogdensburg Railroad, I ?
00O, and 220 bonda ol th? Wi l - Mail
road, valued at *;.?"-?' Mra Van?
! .. I r.T.'*'.- cash In ba? c The i .. ue :
on some of hei pet effect? ?"ere:
I ? ..
H00 and It ? - ?
Th*- testatrix also dl. ' ? ? ? I
m I if h?*r
? 0,000 to 8i c ?
Church Th" reaidue of thi
"<1 tn J27_._17 "f w hleh her sister, Mart
A. Bromley; h? r brother, Bamuel It Kl1**
and Miss Ethel Klssam, a niece, re?
ceived fc?7,?04 each, the real of the ?
? her relativ? * T! a tax oi
te was paid In '. KM
A dispatch from Washington a few
m inths ago told of r?
? ? ...
In government bonda
FORTUNE TO SCOTT S FAMILY
Now Yorker's Will Loaran Million
Dollar Trust Fund to Wife.
|By T. .
N. ?> -,".r?. Ml e\pi
Of Nea ITork. hi que itl
his will, j . but how
much cannot ' ? i flgui
I!" created a trusl - ? i
for the use of his widow d';r;ni? !.. r life?
? ?ji h"r d?-ath 11 divided am ? c
his children, Misa Loul
tteorgs i S' ..tt. a d . grand
daughter or their heirs He k.\ ' ?
Ister, Miss Theresa Bent! of ?'hilad el-1
?' >? ??? i of th? .. to
GIRLS TO PRe'.SENT COMEDY
For Widowed Mothers' Fund and Free
i Synagogue's Social Service Work.
Th- : Bei lam?n i pre?
sen! Anthony Trollope's comedy "The Ad
Ijx?y i'r-uia" for the b? m
fldowed Moth? ? atlon
and the r gue i Boel il 8.
Work on Ma
pa ? ron? following
Mrs l_eon ?\dler, Mrs. Jullua B< er, Mi -
M - Abram Klkus. Mr? William Bli
Mrs Benlamln Guggenheim, Mne f'
I andolph Ouggenl
er, Mi* Daniel M..\- Mn Hamtiel k
Mi n Isidor Lewi, Mrs Adolph l> ??
Mr--- M I. Mi . Mr* Adolph S
Ocha Mn In ni Htein, Mra Maurice
Werthelm. Mi"*- Joy Werthelmer, Mra
?n P, Wise, Ml Ralph Wolf an?.
Mra i lenrj Zucki rm in.
FUNERAL OF WILLIAM DICK.
The : ' ?m l?i? k, u ho died on
?????. \\ llllamaburg Th?
i Albert Beyer, pastor of St. Johann -
Lutheran Church, "t which Mr. Dick had
p. ?n .. mem er foi more than half s <?? n
fury, officiated ?- who att<
t(,. nei iceg *-ere the members of the hoard
of th? ? ;? i m oi s.,
merli-at Bukmi K< I
? 'ompan y, ? .' *?. hieb Mr. l >? . i
lives of the Manufacturers' .National ;
Th? burial will i.?k<- plac? to-day m Luth?
eran < '? m< : ?
FUNERAL OF DR. I. K. FUNK.
M .'.triait. N .1 April I g, ? v ? . fot I l|
.'- ., Kaufman Punk, pr.vi.l. nt ..f -,.
Funk <*? Wagnalls Company, who <li??i here
en Thursday, were i?? ?' in tn? Ihm
'national Church to-?_ey, I" Junlus Ft.
snyder, of New York, e,f whose church I>i
Funk vvii" ?. ni?-nii."t, officiating Or. Hugh
Black, of the L'nlon Theolo-gieal Bern
Sew Vork. wlto la acting nastoi of th?
j- rct .*oni ' ,i"r' ';- ,:i;i"
prayer I't Newel! Dwighl Hlllls. e.f
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, delivered the
funeral sermon. Burial waa In Ureenwood
. ? meten
TENT EVANGEL DINNER TO-NIGHT.
The r-nular anniv er.^ary <liiii,o-i ,,f |he
T.iit Kvaniiil. at 120th Street and Me,
aide svenue, win i??- held ?i the ?Park A ?
nue Hotel tblaevening. "Ho* to ?Skive New
-fork" ?ill t??' th?- general subject . ?
.-usaion following !'>?? dinner, The speaker.
..?n include th?- Rev. It Mulcim Jonea
\j,l...,.l the Rev. Or John Allen, the Re?
it \i Whnilon an?l other prornln-nt ? I
J,,,.,', Georg? M. ???l'-pi" will be ?
GERMAN ART EXPERTS GUESTS.
A flinti"! of si?'v '
iilfch?. i?y Hugo Reietnger la bonoi of
memhera of the l>- uta? : ? Muai um . ommit
.,., of Munich, who sr? her? lo h?-.k ..ver
', .;., ,,?? ...n mil-."'"!?!- an.' ..in. r ii Nlliutlons.
.,,', the purpos? of getting Ideas foi the
,?...,,u.n..n ..t (he next museum In Munich
?r. ?-resident ol Ih?
,'?., ,,f . omtrier.f. .'?"da- t'.ast m ? i ? r Mr
per d"li'T"fl an ?d.i.
,,' ?i . ?rlfdtors Tl??" members ?-f ?he vlsttin?
committee ??"" <"""' ',>p Paderv||?-I) i
n\T former Secre.ar? "f State of p.-,
,,, ,,,, Mili., meml.f the Bavarian
s | ,,rH? l.o.d M>- .?r \.", Bon? I I
rre-i n i. .
? .??m- ? ' ' ' ? '
MR. NIKISCH'S RETURN
First Concert of the London Sym?
Not the or.-hestra which has come all
the way from London t,, g\\e US a taute
of It? quality, but Mr Arthur Ktklsch, who
has come to conduct n seile? <?f concerts
Which it Is to (five in the Vnlte.1 State?,
has beau heralded loudly throughout the
nearly s year r.a?t. l'erhaps
this Is as It ought to have heen A long
of symphonic music has ? losed.
snd New York has heen aaked to hear con
iiy us own Philharmonic, . ymphony.
Russian, People'a snd "> olpe orchestres, t"
ssj nothing of the populsrs" on a ?core
"f Sundsy nights by the very admirable
land of the Metropolltsn < ?per.t H??iis<?. by
v.iri.eis rompsnlea <>f "vagrom" musicians
gathered' together for ?x-tsstons liealde?
:\ welcome visitors from Hoston win
to ua gularl] (and are ?? welcome
as th?-?- at.- ?-'??: ilar), and the Mlnnespolls
and Theodor? Thomas organisations, which
rame ?"it of the West to ?hon New Yorkers
that th?- (""sat did ii"t monopolise all the
good ? of the ro-.n'r ? >f
aome New Yorkers
Mi that '.o i a h" kn"?t that
?,*.i music "f th? ? order la making
In Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Bl Louis, New
Haven, Besttle, San Francisco and other
la ? ma egpe?r*t a
from all of them for i y.-*?y rest? ihe or?
chestral head Which ' fl-; ! tried ??' l?*?*"t
I to win a crown It, N'.w York
Rul a visit from fer across sea? wa .
oiher matter Per ha pa ;> would never hav*
h? en jr. amed of had ?here been in? Nlklsch,
'? ? It la many venr? since an agitation first
? ni o ? to bring him over with the Berlin
rtra, ?.f which ?,e is th?? regular con
Rut s a rewd mar.ager took coun?
I decided that i: - experiment wo-iid
ii.. t,. despite tht sreat pop
Ich Mr. Nlklsch won during hi?
?ojourn of four tears. Ills I*-?n
don managen were less timid; whether nr
n.c they vveie less wise will be known ,-,ft?r
end "f the ?nui Th" audience last
11 prit was not tiltojfethe- er? ouragtng I?e.
?pita auch h beggarl- srrsj of empt) boxes
s? wss disclosed, there ?Rua what would
lUed h good audirn?-?? In the
t th? a? little occasion to
.re (t in numbera with t'.?- audiences
It ?? Boston ? <r heatra? ? on?
us there whs to compare the two
! .cd?- i;, quality.
Thl? 1- not ? ? i i ?hat the Laondon Or
-1 ii not an admira! le 01
' ? general ? uphony It does
not hold a ?-Hiidi?. t?( the men from Hoston.
snd never will so long as it retain? Its
? :s and acidulous nt????, its auatire
? snd nt ranger clarinet, with voices nn?i
st.vie? which s?-em to belong to no com
? in i ave .t singular ?? -
tlpsthy to mixing tu a beautiful harmony
or. let '..4 ?SJ .
tul ble \s foi e
a- a good musculsrity of
? ? y tone h- d ahowa adt - ?!.? r.- .?
?t'\ hand ??t Mr. Nlklsch.
"Admirable obedience" describe? the -:t
uatlot - s ? as an) words we .-nil think
"f In tl. of writing after a con erl
il.at ? | i Illy snd contained Beetho?
ven'? overture "Leonor? .
I ?chalk ?w? ra nceaea
Tsnnhn ust i
t ?? .'. ? ? Mi S'lklsc! ? ommsnded It
struck like s thund?*i I -.? ? ????
? .'.nd'-d it a like .? sephyr it
waa t: Mr N'tklsch. In wh.cn the music
hivers who knew him re?o-rn!?.. i
11-s of ? - v.. ,i .A . re
they needed it and mited to
i ? Igtiei ; owei He ws? mor?
Niki? ? iiim of 1193, f?.r i v
Ihe tin -? had 1 "?un to
? ?' Reethot ? h sym?
phonie? Wh< ame It wss ea
s t i-e- IhSt, .-ornlr |
nmmand of u marvellously ira i ? i ? r
i l inore
than Set? York Me trav
tie r impla ??'.' i r.er ?omet? Ir. g to
think ah?. ;t permitted , .- atnsnatlon of
: nnlaii He was nn lnter-pret?r.
expounder, commentator, bul not h. aensa
ia h'- threatened to lie. run. later
if. wa? ?ufe 'or the musicians be-auae of
his perfect und es? a mand of the
- of conducting; he was safe for the
composera and public becsuse, though
romantic, he neglected none <>f
the i.?no!.s of ?.-""d taste, violated none of
t ? ? ., ? ? . It w as his aim to
gel ?it ll.e warm, throbbing heart of the
and make It felt, hut h- cared for
no hidebound traditions. Bo als?? last nlnht
His contrasts In the Hrahms symphony
v.ere frmn extrem-? to extreme of nuance,
nut the hroed. fluent, beautiful contours of
all the theme-, were ?here, and his climax.?
were thrilling If anything could |U
an eUrhth performance of the ?nrk this
se(is,,n H would he ?mother like that I a
sat night II. '??? K
-MANON" AT METROPOLITAN
Opera Packed to Suffocation at
Season's Last Performance.
'"Manon" received I*? third and las? per?
formance of the season last night at the
Metropolitan Opera House hefor?- an aiuli
iiuit filled th<- auditorium to ?uffoca
Uon, At - a- h "f It-? thr. ? pel f'?i I
tl Is wotk. put "ii at the tall of the season.
,? . ?: ,i, Interest and an enthusiasm
little -h"it .>; extraordinary. How much
? ? thia ha? ?'??' n due to the appeal of Rnrtee
.. .-,...) low mu? i to t;:?- w ork
may be debated, but it is none the lesa cer?
tain thai the Metropolitan has proved thai
ii ?an product French opera as Prench
iced, and 'hat there
is f,.r thl? opeia a publl? demand
Nevei ! sa Misa Parrsr aung oi acted bet
i t. r then In th!? Massenel work, and last
nuit her messo v.... a?s* ravishing In
Mi ?aruso sang Des
! v i'i a pi ndld ?? nse of styl?. and
in his "R?ve d? Manon" ami "Vision Fugt
mplUhed in grace of ang ?? hat
t, ? tenors, r**ren? h .Iherti ;.iltj
?;.... i words. t???>. should be sal-l f'?r Mr
Oilly, Mr. Rothter sad Ihe three fsscinsting
?..s Mm.-s. Bpsrkes, Maubourg and Du
, I,,.,,. yet. when ??ll la Bald and ?huie. ii
irturo T??s? anud that must fall Hist
he who inform--d the whole
manca with the ??pint that has car?
lo rlctory. Under Ma hat?.n "Manon"
? more than .. mete water color;
jit bet-am? a human drama (?f gru? . and
1 f, Hiltj snd aulT? Mug.
, ft ?a |a what n ?jecsme aa the chIM of
,<? Pr?vost: thl? is what It has too
often failed to becom? as the adopted chIM
?of Jules M.?- ???ne? *i'-t that Massenet's
noli - In solution t liose dramatl?
i,,t- .\|i Tom-anlnl has ?rliimphnntlv
,.i not by .'lrllltj "f ir.-atment haa he
. ? ? ? ntlsl Gallic ?;?.?? ?? "Manon"
pen i?' "t the ir.-.its of the opersttc
; s? a ?on.
BRADY PRESENTS DOUBLE BILL.
? h T? >?-'.."' to Th?
.!,, April ? AI th.? r<?< k TheHti-e to
w mem A Brady mail.? an Interest
vp.rim.nt A ? ompanv ol ttftv play?
rii geotl as Its ?entrai llgur?
was presented In a double bill. <-on?l?tlnp
of a modert, drawing room come.lv In tine.
act? an?l SS Atmblas Night' drama In goe
?et and ihre* - ? ? tomady i? caiu?:
??The liest People." snd had a long run at
Wvndham'a Theelr* I*?ndon Th? Orlen
i?l p.iv '? entitled "God? of Ih? Mountain.
??ritten l?v Ihe Irfeh l*-"r<? Dunssny. and
?rod?iced with su?-?-? ??? ?? ?he Ha? market
Theatre in I.'.ndo- srbete I? ?a? ? "Uttr
,.rrl for mam months
promin-nt memb??r? ol ' ?" ? >???
. ,. r>.?lii? *?' d? r? ?i '?' ? '* " ??? n
\1 i , Mort ," W II lam M' ?
I-. kl " i " ses and ?.'thers.
AT THE VARIETIES
Mme. Petrova in Her Second
Week at Fifth Avenue.
MEW SKETCH AT VICTORIA
Ned Wayburn Leads at Colonial
Tii?- unusual has happpened at the Keith
_r Proctor Fifth Avenu" Theatre this Week
? 'i*a Petrova, who rame here fr'?m the
other side lait week qu.te unknown to th?
??tage here, although she had made a ?us*
--?esa at th" r-ondon Hippodrome during th>
pas* ?eaaon, has been retained ? se? '?nd
week at the Fifth Aven'ie This time, h??'.v.
ever, instead of being plaeed In? onsptcu*
on the programme and nil"?"'! p. w!n
her way with her eudl?eaces if aha could.
she Is mad., the leading flRurc ?<t the bill,
The weekly poster is ?i fantastic sketch of
her, nnd s special a<cenic background has
hee?i deslirned for h?-t
Bo much for the speed of vaudeville a?i
diencea in Hading ?nd marking with the
' blue rlhhon e.f success th- ones who phase
Petrova, who sing?, imitates, turna
Fren? h thin?*-? Into English and English
Into French and sk?-t< beo the moods of both
"??tnodv and tragedy with a facile adroit?
ness, was again so well received that ?h?
??poke to the audience yesterdaj sftern mm
.thanking them at -i asking fee" a continu*
i anee of favori,
I', a Roberts, ????..-. arled work m
"Dick Turpin ' wa? nolle, ei in t>..-?e ...
it week, - u ;?? ai Ing al th.- Fifth I
Avenue this week In hts sketch, the scene
??' which Is laid In the history-haunted
Spaniards' Inn. on Hampstead Heath.
"The Antique lllrl," a ",'iite (,d?l littl?
fantaej in ?uk- ect, the th"uie of which
linns about a i 'irio in an antique .?hop,
preeumabl) on Fourth ?venue, has re
turned lo Sew ^ ork The hook of this
unie musical comedy was written by
William Le Baron and the mus?" b) Rob
ert Mood I'll'. r< ?
Freed l>upre7, who monologues, has an
odel lnt]e catch l*i his style of com?d
that llfta his andiene? auddenl) Into high
spirit? Isabelle D'Armond and Frank
?'arter proved first claas lolller?.
\',d the?* BUCCeeasful sketch*" and di?
vers? ..(Terinas arc onlj about half of an
unusually bright programme
Tom I.?win und company, who presented
a music al comedy entitled The Man from
the Metropole" yesterday afternoon hi
Hammerstein? **.*i--r..*-1>i were accorded
first place on th- week's bill Mr !
is assisted hv Burrell Barbaretto as ?h?
huaband and Men.ie Sheer as the wife As
the waiter from the Metropole he roused
h ?rood deal of hilarity The .sketch, by
William Jerome, Is cleverlj written. The
music was composed b\ \\.,r' Voi TUser
and the staxinc ?a.?- done by George M.
Joseph Howard nnd Mabel McCane made
their reappearance In vaudeville, a't"r an
ahsene-e of four years, in a delightful mu?
sical skit. Their sones wore V ritten _v
Mi Howard himself
H?atl? and Babs, ? ?< ?> clevei Juvenile
singers and dan era, entertained the '
? ? ? Wltl good ?: .. I graceful eian''
lia Frank Fogartj ih? D natrel,
suppled h boutonn.?n '?' aprlng ?i -t:-?
?ha? were accorded the laugl ? of high
comed- I?ai.?v Hareourt, th? fa?-orlt?
FtiRllsh comedienne. Introduced many new
?'"c. which she sang In a atyls ? ?w
to ?he musi" hale her.- \.??'. Wayh
sh pon] hallet rr.mpon?d of nia Klrls.
ofTered a no-el ilan?dng t ? ? rs on
th? bill were Luciana Lu<*a, In ,. singing
novelty; Laurence ?nd itrv Clara Baller?
ine, ito.i? ?nd White, ??ine??., and dancer?;
McRae and Lederin*, comedy ? (rel?ate; the
[i.-f-r? -.?* and Shrt.c k Brothers, Europi ?
I .n,i hand balan ? ?
"All star' d<eS?*rtbes this V e?k s bill n?
the Alham','? and there? nee? a dull mo
? frr,,,y , ).,. ottTlUcTO t c the fl.-,..h of ?he
goodnight signal The chief f?*?' .. Is "A
l'< r?-!sn ?'.arden." Ihe rent miniature mu?
sical comsdy, the ho.,k and lyrl? ? "f wnich
are l-cy R4_ar Al'"'. Woolf nnd the mua
hv Aratoi Friedland With Louis A. Simon
and Kathryn f?stermnn 1n th.- pr*
roles. "A I'erststi Harden' is one ?.f the
nioert accepta"!? OfTetinga of it? l> p" on the
nine.e. The Ra?tl.- r'rj of Freedom" is the
title of a tumultuous comedy In which
clever May Tullv and her domical nids are
eeen Th" piece w a >? wrl?'e*n hv Miss Tullj
In collaboration w'tl. M"Z?" - the
spot tine writer, and ha' to deal with the
always preaenl suhjeci f Reno dl or ea
In th?? Ptanophlend Minstrels '
ing. th?- settitiir:'* and th.- appearance of tl??1
artists are all In kee..-ne With th? huh
I .ask y standard, and the a?*t constitutes an
Hgreeahi.- half hour's entertainment in
the ?a?ids ..f Eddie Leonard the Impersona?
tion of blackface character i? an art This
popular ne tor, sss',s???d hv Mabel Russell,
was one of tli? bent liked features of the
programme \mnn? ott??t? of no?., are
"(*heyenne Days." afTeerdina a gllmpee of
wild Western life, with buckina hroncoa
lannt throwing cowboya and expert rldii.K
eowglrls; the ur.-at Howard, th.- clevei
Scotch rentriloqidsi Morris and Allei
song comedians; Jlmmi? ?Lucas, In some
good nonsense, and Rosalr? and l".r.-tt...
Ned Wayburn? "Pr-xlurer. ' which leadi
the Colonial Mil. Is both spectacular at. i
entertaining It gtvM ihe layman an op?
portunity to see a ?1res? r< heat sa I of a musi?
cal comedy In full action and in ever) ?'? ?
tall. The act Is SCI in ture,- ... enes, til
first representing the producer's <?fti?-.-. ti.?
nee on.! allowing the ?-lace door "f the Rlalto
Th'-atre and the thlr.l scene is the Stage
Itself, wh? re Mr Wayburn, in his famous
sweater, reehearsea the chorus nncl prin?*l
puis and reveals many of the trie k- In
securing ???.???? efl
With * repertory of sont- In? luding some
oi ih-- lateal and dalntle>si bailada ";i
chosen P? m her totee. Ethel ?ir.-.-n ?con?
tributed materially to the au>cc_sa "f the
bill, and her number ?n^ one of the be ?
liked on the programme. "Mag Haggerty'r.
Visit, ?n. lateMt creation ... Ryan ?ml
Bltchfleld served P. Introduc? Tommv
Ryan, in the character of the lovaMe old
Irishman who insists that h<- la as good i
any "glntleman" alive Another ?eiT.-ritii;
nf nol?- la that of Beit l.ii. the artist
cartoonist, wh" has travelled the world
n\.-r te.r material His caricatures are both
amusinK anri diverting. Among others "f
prominence sre St?*pp, Mehllnger and King,
the p..pul,n- entertalnen i.ew line- and
Lillian donne, In "Kids is Kids". Valle*
cita'a l?eopa**da, Poor Konera Brol
hoop ai.d diabolo expi i Is
KITTY CHEATHAM IN RECITAL
Gives Typical Programme and Her
Usual Easter Reception.
Miss Kitty I'heatliaui Rav.
tecital or reception yesterday aft?rt,
the Lyceum Theatre. The prog ramm?
typically Mlaa fheathsm's. with her In?
imitable children's and negro aonga and
? a, Inimitably tc id and -rung, and i., i
i ie?"* inimitable selections of sentimental re*
ligloua "?-in. in the first group Miss Cheat
ham was as ever the true artist n?r
more |udl<*dotas adwdrera might well wi>ii
i ,.i ah? curtail the M
Mlaa ? heathen? is an ad?pt ..? aoveltles
not announced on the programme. \i ?
terday*a recital ?.h?- announced thai bei
neji-o urinas would i.e accempanled by Ihe
man who had ollected and arranged them.
th? nrrro mn??lcian.. Henry T. Purleiah
Ml riUllMgll wn* \VHiml> creeled on his
i ranee n.<?l aeromnani.-d M" ? heai
Iham ne-' ? ?a iti f'.hv
The mention of Hit af'irn?.".!:, hoa?\tr,
THE STAY-A-WHILE LITIGANT.
KX-CHAMBERLAIN HYDE- Hoy! Take this to the Court of Appeals.
would be mofet incomplete without refer?
ence to th" other accompanist, Miss FlorS
Ma?.n<inald. Mis? Ma<I>onaId'?t part was
far from an easy one. but she accnmniiaheil
It ss no one couid have s< eompllshed bet?
CHARLES HAWTREY ARRIVES
English Actor Will Give Revival of Old
Farce in This Country.
?'i,arles Haw trey, the RriKllsh actor, who
made his first professional visit to this
country se.en years ago. w hen he present?
ed Un-hard Gsnthony's "A Message from
Mars," arrived here last night on the At?
lant)?- Transport liner Minnewaek.i. from
London, aceompai ?-is company of
twelve ? ,-s !n< hiding Miss Enid Lea
lie, his le.?-ling woman
Mr Hawtrey will begin an engagement
of one month on Monday at Msslns El?
liott's Theatre. He ?rill present a re
viva! of an old Krench far..- adapted to
the English stag?-, ea led "Dear Old
Charles " The play ?allied much com?
ment by ?? e censor if London w h?-n It
waa I went) yeara ago. Th?
author, t'harli ? It. Hrookfield. was r?--ent
lv .?;??.. ? ?? 1 . ensor arid this prompted
Mi ll i. to make his revital.
"GIRL FROM MONTMARTRE"
New Musical Farce by Bercny, Fey
dean and Schanzer Heard
*? ?? Ipril ? Tlie ?'.itl fron*
Monunartre." g mus).-al faroe In thre.?
a '?, wan presented for the first time in
this country ?it th* Apollo ?Theatre hero
ten c! i, with Hattl? Williams as the ??irl
... k of ti-.-'.i-i from Montmartre" is
!>? Feydaau and Behanser, the music bv
Henri Rereny, th? adaptation by Harry M
anil Robert Pniltti, ami the stage produc?
tion under the direction of Robert Rurn
side, late of ?h>- New York Hippodrome
?'harles Krohn.an. under whose manage?
ment the play is being Presented, person?
ally ronduct?td the tinai rehearsal? before
his departure for England Th?? costumes
and BCenery were hailed as both brilliant
and novel by the first sudlen?ee Miss Will?
iam- wan supported by Hertiert ?'orthell,
Emms .lanvi.-r. William Pruette, William
Hatiforth. Latnnoa Pawle, Arthur Stanford,
Edna Hunter and Maude Allan.
Krotn here Miss Whllams and "The <",lrl
from Montmartre" win go dire t to Boston,
opening al the l'ark Thestre Tuesday next
for a short engagement prior to a run In
New- York City.
Mme. I.uIsh Tetrazzlnl will appeal at the
Hippodrome "n Sunday evening, April 21.
The ?eut aale for th.? Tetrasslni concert(
will begin n?-\t Monday morning, April 15.
at t o'clo? k.
?;r.-t.. Vt*l?Menthal, the Viennese ?lancer,
who win arriv? on the Kronprtns Wilhelm
to-morrow afternoon will begin her engage?
ment si the Winter Garden on April 11
BlOney Bracy, s young Austral.an tenor.
haa te. n engs??J*ed to sing th- role of Sir
Ouy "f Olsbotrns in the revival of "Hobln
Hood" si the New Amsterdam Theatre
n?-\t month. Mi. Brscj la s prmt?a? <>i
Mm.- Melba He is n0a ainglng m "Har?n
Trenck.' at the i 'a lino
At th? l.v?e mi Theatre, tiegtnnlng Mon?
iprll 15, Paul J. Rsin v's Afrl .*n Jun?
Rle lecture pictures win be shown. Mr.
Ralne' n hla hunt, employed the services
,,f over one hundred Am? in an bear dogs.
Th.- pictures show- ? number of tights be?
ih.- ?logs and lions leopards and
oil.er Wild animal- A membtr of the expe?
dition sill ?les.ri!... in detail Mr l'aim-vs
thrilling sdventutrea, telling siso the dr
rumstsncea under which the pic.i stete
Charlea Kletn'i The Third Degree." bav?
Ina been released for stock purptMwa ami
?napped up toe production at the Acatdemj
of Music, vvl.?'e 't la thla we.?ka ottering.
Th.. ?un- I'al role? Hre playe.1 by I'rlsoill.,
Knowl? ? ?"?'' Tbeodota Friebui th? lesdera
?i the con ?-a- v
M,,r . and Btone, In "T e <>i?l
: Town, bave ???me to th? Grand ? ?peri
I House thl? w-k The pla) snd players
.,1 ., long i un ..t the Oloba T
li( ,.-,,:, state snthuatastl? >il> k
j bi a v.. -' Bs?e audience
? , ight) Manen.? 4 - ending it? last
I week In Sea ?fork at the Manhattan opera
I House l-'nmia Treiitinl. who sings the title
?toi? In iba Victo* H?>rt>sri operetta, win sail
fol I.mill?n nest week t" appear tiere in
grand "i'*""a ??*??'" under th? directorship
? of ? ???'ai itsmmerst? Ii
| "-g very woman* Is -tin nn ,Pr qjQetri --f
?love, ti- Steeb ?t the W.-st Knd Theatre.
I "?'.alter Browne'? morality |U? has Its
origins! -*' ? -"?'' t,r"h '''* '*'"'
lal ...?! |.. letton fren Lai'
lalght i su4i?M
David Thornton, a promlMnt Republleean
tn the 17th Assembly Dtetrlct. died Sunday
at his home, at No 2."e7 Hancock street,
Brooklyn, after an lllnens of three months
He ??_. born In Manhattan slxtv-six years
ago and studied law in the ofn.es of lei?
C, ?'lark and Matthew Hale. No. 51 Wall
street. He later became a partner In the
law- firm of Thornton, Carl A Kiendl, No
11 Park Row
Mr Thornton wa? a leading fae-tor in
Brooklyn pol?tica. an.| wan at one time
mentioned for Justice of the Supreme Court
and president of th?> I'nion l#eagu.< ? "rib
II? was also a member of th? Brooklvn Bar
ttMOCtatlOfl He in survived h> a wife an'1
daughter. Benrices will be h?ld in 1.1? home
EDMUND ABDY HURRY.
Kdnvind Abdy Hurry, s law ver, diced Innt
evening at his horn?. So l__ lias? i**h
street. Mr Hurry wan a. natu? of Sn i
gettie.s. N V . where he was born neventy
thre? yearn ago. son of the late Kdmund
and Elizabeth M Hur v After receiving
hin early edu? atlon In les native ti.wn I-,.
entered Columbia College, being graduated
with the clas? of *?0 Two years later he
was ndmltte.1 to the bar
At the outbreak of the Civil War Mr
Hurry enlisted In the navy, where h?
served an a non-commlsni.>t.e,| officer for
two years Then he returned to thi? city,
where he resumed the practice of his pro?
fession, in which ii? had been ?? '
gaged since. His wife four daughters and
two sons survive Mr. HUIT) vv,?n a nietn
her of th? I'nion League and University
??lubs. and the St. Nicholas an'l s?.
London, April L?Emily loldene, Doveihrl
and Journalist, did to-day.
Ml?. Soldene was born in Islington ?
suburb of London, about seventy vears
SKO Astde from her literary work she en
Joyed gome vogue an a vocalist and access
a generation ago. She was the first Eng?
lish ?'-tress to sing "Madame Ansot." ap?
pearing In that role in 1S72. Hhn It was
who claimed the distinction of Introducing
Into England the once popular ditty, "Silver
Thread? Among the Qold."
Mrs. Boldena did Journalistic work in
Australia for several years, and also wrote
fo? the Amerlc.in press. She was th'
author of "VounB Mrs Staples." a novel,
and of "My Theatrical and Musical Recol?
Andrew Sak_. for many years one of New
Yorks leading drygoods merchants, died
early yesterday morning In hin apartments
at Sherry'? He bad been In 111 health for
a long time.
Mr. Sakn was born In Baltimore in 1S47.
li?. >tari"d th? firm of S ik.s & ?'o. In Wash?
ington In \*M H wan In 1902 that he came
to New York and founded the big clothing
concern Of which he was the head at the
time of his death. He leaves a wife, tvvei
nous ami a dauahtei
MRS. ANNA E. WINANT.
Mrs. Anna Flizabeth Winant. daughter of
the late William K?-rr, ?lied last night at
her home In Rochelle Park ft?.in acute In?
digestion. She was the last of%lhree sisters,
one of whom. Emily T Kerr. was a con?
trallo In the choir of St Thomas's ChilTCh,
in Manhattan. She died three years ago.
Mr- Wlnant was fifty-two reara old
ROBERT G. LAWSON.
Robert ?}. Law ?on. for more than thirty
', vears in the harness business in Harlem,
idled Sunday at his home, No. 19t'- Amater
' duiii avenue.
Mr. Law son. who was fifty-eight veari
1 ..Id was the laRt member of the old Wash?
ington Heights Progressive Association of
!i>M c 'artnensville, a member of the ?'ale
i donian ?'lub and Celtic Society and had
fought with the 42d Hlghlan'ler? (Black
Watch) through the Ashantee war He
was a member of Napthall I-odge 7J2.
P and A M
Tw-entv-two vears ago on Kaster hin
i buatneSB place was burned out in a fire
; which e on*timed an entire block of busi?
ness houses and dwellings In Harlem.
H,. leaves ? wife and nine children. The
nervices will be held at No. 1S93 Amster?
dam avenue We.lnesday. at 2 p. m . and the
' burial will be at Woodlawn.
Hairy Dayton, who for six v-ai* had
been the ship news reporter of Tic Kven
?ng Journsl." died suddenly yesterday at
Ids home. No 221 Went 21nt Street. He wa*
born In Auburn. N. Y. forty-seven >eai
ago ?nd at one time owned s newt-paper In
that city. Mr. Davton uad h. ?n engaged In
. ?per work In this city for twenty-five
vears and for the last ?en yearn has lie..n
,.mploved on the Hearst new-papers He
was ?n charge of the work at Police H
nusrters for eight years and had mini
friends In the Police Department.
Mr Dayton had been In poor heslth for
?.e'?ersl months, but hin desth was an?*l
-...ted His Ism active work at ship ' '
? , when h- went down the ha-, to write
the rtor; o? Hu arrival of Cardinal Farley
?ship Berlin He is ejnrvlred
MRS. J. CAMPBELL MABEN.
Mrs. T Campbell Maien. wife at th?
president of the Slo??..Sheffield S te-i
Companv. of Birmingham. Ala. died Inst
niah' at the Waldorf fron a compltcath n
of dtseanei. which had confined hi-r lo be.1
fir some i me lier hueband, her son
J . \!ab?ie. If and her daughter. ?MISS
Ellxabett, M Mab*n. were at l.er hedi-Me
v? h' n 1 he end came
She was Miss V'rgiii.a Mer-hant She arid
Mr Mabert divide?* fb"1r time between fie
Waldorf ?rd B rmlnghnm. where they hav
h l.'.me at N'.e T"l So'itlt list ett-rt Ml
Mabet i a i "mb. r "' 'he I'nlor Hub.
this c'?\. and of rgantsatloi
BBNTON K lAMIcPOIS <
one of the 'font w ..ie. ki-own banks ? ??
Phtladeipi Is ?il- Hahs
burg. Pena '??? gralysls Hs waa a- ?
en t y-five years old
JUDOK PR_W "TT SMITH "f Ihe Si
perlor < oeji-t of Ohio and a propvner.? n*
tornev of Hamilton ?o'ltUy. dl?d >?????-??
at his nome. |_ iBCtaeatl, from rne it
His father lohn ?jirncv Smith. '?M ?
Assistant S?-cr?'erv of the fn??rlor ander
President liny?- and afterward '~on*?r
?M?nerai to Tibet.
Btakeaia I Sea B>*n. : ? ?
? I'narlet K. -? ?-?:;??? Mhe. *
Bdra ind * .!*- . n p.
. ? vi ?: ,
Pear?, Mary ' Tei*ni?ini Jut? aa " *
Plat!. 1 ran!? t\ol??' Bertr?n J
Ha? i v k ?-? ??
BI.AKr.MAN Saddaaly, on April T?h. 191 J. in
?. A N"?l BUicsman. eld??f ao<a ?f
the :?.e VrtlHam N Wakenian. M. I? F?:neral
?er I m Will 1? ii? el In tlie*. Firs? Pre?hv??rl?n
Cburch, M >ur.'. Yerr.in, New Tork, n wed?a
rt_> liai i<\ st 4 r ~
MILITARY ORDEB OP THF T>?TAT. L_?ilOV
..f th. United statee.?-c*Mnataadery ef iba
Utate sf v-'? ? > ei? '"omp?nl'>n? ?r? la
f..rnied <.f the d.-,i*-i of Ccmpsn'on A Ne??|
Blaheman Re?**rd?r, Fin?r?i ??rvi-ns will
ne h. :,i :t? t?i? pint Pre?b> l?r1an i"h?imli.
Mount V. -nen. N Y >,n Wednosdsy, Ap*,"
to. ..t | p r- Trs'ns laavo Orsnd eTent'a?
\ 1 N. H AH R R. ftt 1*4
p tn returnlna .t I 4_ p. m. Companion*
??III ittetid Tlv emmand of the r*om
rnan'.- WILLIAM J JIARDIV. Regisfsr
FRANCIS on April ' Ittt, ?"tar;?? K:u
1- . ".-!?, :.iM ?',!? ; *?rn Bel?' v*s ?ne
, * are ln?t>?d to attend th<? ef^mnrsl
? ??-. ? ?: Wednesday. April 10, ?? 4 p m
nt hU ?nie residence. No. 4<WT ?iTlSftnut et.
Bi'HRY At hi* residence, Ma U"_ l?a?? Mit
st., New York ?'It? on April S. lpt2. F-Jmui *
Abity Mure-y, oldest ton of th? 1st? Fxlmund
and Kllrshefh M Burn. In fhn TM y?er at
his ag?- Notice of funeral hereafter.
KABEN A? the Waldorf Astoria on Mond?y.
vpr'l ?*. Vlr-tint? Merchant w 1f? ?*' I i'unj
belt M?hen Funeral notice? h?reaft?r
O "' "ONNKI.I.?On April 7, 1910. Ie ?fl
fi'Connell, be'oved ?on of Join t ? ? VI. .
aare? . I'Connell Funeral Tutwda- .??? i? .t
2 p. m . from No _."> Benenn st , gieehlfa.
PEACE On April 7, 1912. at her raBtdam - No
?4? r-arlton sve . Brooklyn. Mary Emltl?
Rfrtght, belo.ed ?ifn at Ahl re?;e Puneral
pr?vete, April 1?
PI.ATT Or. Mon*nv, April S. 1912, DrMlaPlatt
In her 77th year, forrrerly of Rellport. I_ t
Funers! services nt the home of h?r 1?-nhter.
Mrn Henr>- Ooldihwalfe, .\v,. M2A MonreTe ?t .
Mrooklyn, on We?1nends:., April 10. ?t S p -n
REED Cn Ssturdsy, April 6. 1913. N Forre?t
l'?ed. husband of <"1_re I P.?ed at hla rest.
.1er. e. No e?4Q LeiajrettS ave, Br?>vW'vn
P?eral and Irternirn?. at Warr. Mas?. T'e-aja
RTAN <^n April T. 1*>!2. Nellis Rvan. gaaghtef
of Daniel and the 1st? ratherltiec? Rysr l-'u
lierai from her late renllence Me ?*? tat
tt . Brooklyn. Tuesday, April ?. 9 .10 a m
eCHCI.T/.E?At Boonton. N. J . April S. Ifl1_\
O'ners' lohn P Scheil'i?. Funeral at Boon
?>n. N. J.. Wedneacay 10 ?. m Burial
Tliursdnv at Toms River v t
SMITH H-n Jam In F Prrllb. a?ed 41 Fun*-s
fr-->ni Th? Funer?] rhur.'h Nos 241 and '
*??s? '-'.'?d at. ?Frank R ?"smpbell Bulldm-t?
TATIiOR "' * April 7. If.12 M?r
daoghter of the i.t? Rlrhard and
l .te.? I'.o) e Ta-lor Servi,.? at her late
restdsi - No 1131 l?enn at. Beosklyn, Tu*?
?ia> April 6. 4 r m twierwisai ert*ate
THORNTON < en guealay, Ap i' ',. ISI2.
Themtea rwaatal ?'
de ... s.. -?".7 lian ? rnoklyn on
'lnes?1av, April 0 ?? s p t- I ? ...tui at
eonvenleno? of the fan"?
TOWMBSMO At bet resldenr? v --.a?
"Sth at . on the Hth Ins. Justin? aa.
aelaer. widow of H'.eaid T'i*t? M ?..
and d<mh?jSr of Ihe U?. ii.it, r\*a
Van Rennsalaer, 0f Albany, In th? -i- ,eM
of her it? Puneral services ?rill | ???A .i
Ihr t'nlTsrslty f'lnre Preabvterlan ?
10th at and I nlv?-rslt? Plae.. ..n r^
April ?. at half-pset 10 o , ! ?.-I? Int.
Tin: e'-.i .?mai DAMES >r i ?ii: -, \n: or
Nu V,?.k ann , ,|. a.t,
of Mr? Howard Townsend? ?heir re I
Monom \ ? to wl.oi
o ?-a it?, itineration au?d foundation Mr?.
ll'III.IWi ROBIJM)V, Prea. Al.l.i: ?il
,H TOWNSRMD. ll?e?.r.|ir,B
WOLTEB ??n Kante* Sandajr. April 7. 1MB
Hern?n l Wolter, ' u?'*nd of Marie . l.u?J.
?IK Funeral aen leas at his l?te i. i
So 111 l'a. Ifle- St. Br'oklvn. .-i needaV
evenlns. Apul 9. a? ? -.i.
THK WOODI %WN rPMBTrBV.
21".d S. Rv Marb m T-*ln ind h?r Trolle?.
- .30 F.ast 2.*id St, N. T.
FRA**K r i tursrn n ? tt... ;?* -,
Chapela Priva?? Ko??rna Privat? Ambulaocae
Te? I' i _
- ? I ^Me?M-W^
MAIN m-'FirE .??<?. ?5? Mm., s?*???
t'PTOWN orFl?~F Ne 11<M Rrtvad-.??. me
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