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I MISS COOK TO BE
I A BRIDE IN APRIL
Marriage to T. P. Dixon to
Take Place in Outrai
OR MISS O'BRIEN
Subscription Dinner Dance at
(iotham Miss Cutting Gives
. - i ;<T of
'? ? ?:???? y Ci ok, of -.
? arried to Thl "
" ? I ftth
; ? ?
t?ru:: ' ;b "'eh.
?: were sent
' ook has chos.-n for
Hiss M i.
\: . ? i. Hra .1
Har?a Cook, another ?
? ?? fol?
lowed at I
' ? - nts. The engagement
,.f HISS Ir. 1 m was an?
The marriage of Miss Madeleine I
daughter <i Mr. and Mrs. Morgan .1
not take place until Juno, i he engage
? was announced in January.
The first oi t subscription din
last night si
rjstk ' Ibers mciudo Mi
M" ! ? ? ? '. Mr. tin,I Mrs
j. ri -?? Mrs. Oarrett i;
Kip, Mr ai i Hra ' I hpptn, Mr,
and Mrs OllVl I I, Mr. and Mrs.
DaLaacer tr. and Mrs. Mcl.aiie
Van Irc-\ Mr. and Mr?, J. Lorimer Wor?
den, Mr and Mis. Edward A M
Urs. Adama Batch
Mr. and M nd Mr. and
? another of
1 at the St.
and Hra W
Kortright Mr and Mrs Robert '?
Mr. ano II rden, Miss
Julia V " Md and
r the im .-\ ont for
i he a dance for the Home
?. lea .-? ? ' blch wi I be held on
?he junior i ommlttee In
garet .. th j.
M Sally Parker, Miss i'oline Ii
.vtnela Poor, Miss lively:
Artl ur M. du Bola, Frai
' HIPS, I.' O?!
? isborn, Mis ?;or
Tv (Vhltridgi Roi
I ?Veil and
Bnk L. folk ;. : ? . | 'he pa
? a given
thia afternoon at the LitUe Theatre by
shas sited by
Kur' ? ma
dken, to remain a few
man B. Duryea sailed
Bjenl t their house,
". ll'iiam J.; guest
?her?- Mr. and Hi
a small dm?
? ? so
Mr. and M -?. who np-m
? a on the
Mr. and M
? he sewing .
id Will he held this
I at thi
Ii it. i
Tl e lorifj-?utfer in?j Mi not, hero of
LOVO I asura WSe?*1 had onl/ ?olved the
t-'ObUm of gottins rid of the Gaiety
IB fit!?, mined to net ? lot
j! blackmail out of Lord Harro/.b/,
?I Hb w.i? confrontad with a n?v* on?,
""tba Gaiety lady h-id ?old Harrowby'.
?*ve letters to Ins unscrupulous editor
i * htn list ? WI S asked ten
[[*usand dollars to keep them out of
I ? Harrowhy didn't have any
J ''rV, Il m S MI not '. job to ?op.oreafc
"?? bleokmeilor- - a doe?, ?? ??
ly ?howr - / Ma-)
?'?ne of The Tribune. March 8.
!CALLS T. R. STORY SILLY
Head of "The Outlook" Com?
pany Explains Lecture Plan.
Thg story told In ? . ah! from
velt whlli Rio de
I bill for- | ?
f..r a ....
R ? de .;
aller hav | illv l". t. ,| and
dent and othei
t the Soul
frier . : , . . ?
"The BtOrj on II ? ? a'l tl '
? '..it. drove thai I
! ? .
? nj ? 'i h< facti i . thai Mr ?
veil -, ivat to Soul i. America In
? tlon from the Museo
; i i rayad pi
Dr. Naori ? ntln? Mln
? ' j Mr Root > v< II wi
?ant an honorai lum su< h ss I ? '?'
toma '?. iffer uuiverall
: ? i?>.. He hi sncial
! arra ? .. ? .1 foi an]
?? ech or gdd
. Mr \tii.ott s;,..i i..-. was not i
near i ? ?d petty v asl|
he was m charge <>r Mi Roo veil
\ wlnn lh" . x I':.
made B?V< ral addrCI
lar stories wi re i Irculated. \t 1
Mr Roosex ? Il receli ?d an hon
ror th? R<
came to him U
at the Borbonn? In Parla and si the I'nl
MRS. WILSON ILL:
She and the President Were to
Have Been Secretary Hous?
ton's Guests To-night.
Tribune Dw.WU. I
Washington, March -i-<>n account of
the Indisposition of Mra Wilson,
; bj a fall on tl a floor of the '?'
House Sai.day, and the more BOriOUJ 111
and Mr . i ioUBton
? ? . nner In honor
and Mrs, ^ llao from to
row nlghl to a later datt It ia expected
Wilson will b .-.1 ?? ?i t in a day oi I
WHISTLER ETCHINGS BID UP
"Weary," One of the Most Cov
[ eted Studies, Fetches $1,190.
out of the
I offered at i - ? sale at the
American ( lallei lea 1 ghl I
? ? ?
three wi Ighi '
i framed 'Wear:.."
?? t. of Whi '
I ,v? the ?..r ? : or "Fanny
925, and for a rari
ben," ins bid of asao was the i ig
; lie a'.M) ga : "The Dra
.d ' thogis] i. by Whlat
Knoedler .<? < os purchaaea includi i
a] ping" 1 Whlatler?c ia of
ty-elght copies of a lithograph that
printed; a si ? aved, full
'ii portrait of "Mill P
Turnei after a pointing bj
i ? ? ha excess!*? ly scare? I I
' printed in colors for which they savo
paid | , . Por? h
al Harfleur," a signed pr<
i i. d< rii UK> ' ' for a mea
: ? Horn? tk" b; i ?unkarton,
Sir Joahua I
. :.ai painting la In tl ?'
P M on for a messotlnt
half ':? . -ton"
by th< ? itlng
don, paid 1430; also 1300 for a scarce, line
? t, Of "Mi. ; ???:!," aftei
total of ?
and of th< ile to
IMPORTANT ART EXHIBIT
Old and Modern Masters To Be
Seen at Silo's Galleries.
It ted that tr* pointings b
and ' ESdwartt
a on exhibition Monday
? i lo'a ivtii Avenu.. Art Oslleriea will
to uch attention, both on account
; knov. our' ta represented snd
The more Importam ol the English plot?
urea Include "i. In Norfolk?" bj
.i-.hii Crome, from the Walmer H
? ? ? other, "!??
tra It of 1 ad* ? lor
don," by Hoppner, and Sir Thomas l.iivv
Then there la a Corot, "Ville d'Avray"!
1 ? ? ? Igi v, 1n
of Valmond I one
?? .,> ii,
the "? '' I aela
of thai ' i will tx on Thui ai i
FYlds tld II
PURPLE AND GREEN WIGS
AT CHELSEA ARTS BALL
Futuristic Frocks Worn at Al?
bert Hall, London?Marked
Decline in Tango.
London, March .'. i uturism ws ran
? ? irte 1 I at Albert
Hall 1 V Bl t from i ..
...??a. ett ??'?.' ball, the I all
on which colored h ? i to
i . ?,. ..., ?
? unn ii
nol futuristic ?v hlch compi lied
itlon for t
, ? :. mlnlne d
glances on all
,\ ii old 1 .n I i . . .|. d
i late | ? thi ball
Of ttie ev. alii?.*.
i ? bul
To Produce Bricux Play.
I. begun for th lucl of 1
I,.it... | Will I" .el
William Alfred Pen No 7 i |
...?III Hit. . I, Hoe ??? . ion? I
TO SELL PROPERTY
OF EX-COTTON KING
Auctioneer's Hammer Will
Fall on Daniel Sully's
SAID TO BE WORTH
; Contents of Homes in Rhode
island and New York to tio
!le Keeps Boarding House.
im . ? ... of Da ? ;
mer i otton king and ,, power li
i., be disposed of at auction
N ? 'a million '? .Mi .,!'
: his houat hold g< i one! effects
? i- sold on Wednesdi i I I
a "i Darlli ? .? ? . No. i ;
of his f
; Power, v ? rife. I conducUns s
boardilla house in Watch Hill. K. I
? imlture, works of
srt, pi< i .1 i ai I other 1 . which
? on of his daughter,
M I '??;.. . '?,. o) .ill SC?
tod thsl ehe ?
;. pot lion . ' t. ? . t?te <>f her fatl i
? tiding pui,
t the are
? II? d vv it , ti,, J.....IM which formerly
grai ad ? le 1 I hon
?u street end Breed?
Rieb tepeatru mahogany furniture.
1 porcelains, gold ? Ivor plate, rugs and
? ta d'art, gathered from the four
corners of the earth, teaUfy to the former
dor In which I ? n his
fortune was esUi ? BAtSO,000 Th re
library of 1,600 volumes, many of them
ons de luxe, among the pictures are
LVS been looked upon with
envy by the ti teen of the HetropoHtaa
.'?!..? ? 0
A pokei ? savlly iniaid, has an
It wa an und tin?
piece of furniture that some of tl
it" hav a been i
i Poxhall Keen?, Henry C. l'n.k
and other : ? Bully's bppo
la said to
i>. ? n a/on and loi I ??? sr this tabl
.?hips and cards used in the games, which
go with i ? . tl co ild
part of the 1 htnga
the Watch Hill house, where much of
. lab entertaining ^ -i done und
or i ke1 ild wei
? led with r'fles Is evidence
of the stock gambler's love of sport of
Por some or tie palnUnga bj Blgnorini
! Bully paid 17,001 There Is a pial o which
? U.lSo, b cabinet valued at $2,091
Whli h ate
lored priceless There Is a profusi?n
of K"id and silver dinner >^tv linens oi
? and rugH to BU half a
SCHOOL RENTS IVttY DROP
Mayor, Favoring Social Centre
Idea, Causes Conference.
anxlOUa to have the
bool bull Itngi si soi ?.il i ?
than reato Icted Soi
li i he matter told the
? that tie i* ent ruli ??? ted b
iard wi uld tel d to hunt tbi oppoi
In order 1 Usfactoi y undsi -
atand i ed the Ha ? oi
.' confi ??' n ? : <aterday bet reei I
i Wi I far a Board
of Bulldingi of th< i ?dui aUon
? n. ... i prai Id? hill of
the Board of Education said th.ie had
inderstandlng ,,f the ?
t'i h. i I a -? d He i aid 11 ?? Ides vv is t"
the charges, comprising Uiose for
light, beat, J ? and i stra ai
i. nda m a, a ? ..... , r the
actual - m ' ?
Board i f Education will hold ??<
? ?- m, tti r at It- build?
ing, Park avenue and .'''th street, b< I
t 'J -11 i g I ' t
Constantino ?Sings To-n:.glit.
Ina \' di s?mlt to-night
i. Wage Earn?
i ? Madison t lare < larden
???,'...? i ; di nl
N'Utley, ?'? J , v?.':'' h 4 In
? opal ( 'lcr. h this afternoon
. N mu, dangl 1er of the i,... i;. ?
Willlara i;. Nairn, a foi mi r n i tor of
and Ed i Sergeant, * oUi
of tl t ??? . led by the I i
latl hea . I ?.<? i m tor. The :
?us attei d<d by 'he Hlaei ? II ?both
\ .,, lay s nd the M
. Bouvier, all of
Sutla . v . roan K i e< i pUon fol
? un ??? Field eis ;
pli I il] f...- Europe to-morrow on
? . redding trip and will reside here
.... thi Ir n turn.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
, ., , intei leas Suaetua nf
Metropolit '?' la? of
Bf the l.niplrr.
? ? ?
-.-'-.ii. i sagen, Hotel
? ..... . ?
I of I I.??tue of New
v,, i., v. ?idoi ; ' tor j - p. in.
Mi ? tins of tba Sater,
8 p. m
14, Board of I r?d? of
,|... i ,i\ ,,f Ne ? fork, El Ung'a < *
!? .terican vv di Orower* 4aao
? ? ? - ... ? p '"
, . , - > tl Eci D?ralo ' 'tub. Hotel .\?tor
,,r ii,.- i . ? ? ' il Hotel \?ior
I . ? I . . atlon
BUll.Il fer 1 ? ?
hall "i ti" board, Park
, et, S 8 Be.
?, i .
i . No 10 i.e. r ,.
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i" IV II
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King or *'i . i ' ..???? i.Id
TO SUCCEED MALONE
! Boston Man with Diplomatie
Trailing New Third Assistant
Secretary of State.
[Kreni Th? Tribun? BJar?MU 1
Washington. March 1 William Philllpa.
of Boston, xvas nominated by the Presi?
dent to-day to be Third Assistant Bcere*
tary of state, m BUocead Dudley Piel?!
Mi ;. resigned to become Collector
of the Port of New N
Mr. Phillip?, who is thii ra old,
:.' Hevrrlv. Ma:-.; He ts a
??? of Harvard Coll? ? if the
?in vard Law School an : I ? aiu
.' in the dip] rvlca
ii- received I train!
m etary to Joseph H. <
aador t.. On at Bi Itali froi
I at Lond ' to under
its win. i.i a Raid
rplomatlc sppotntmenl of Mr.
: that as second i ? '
the Araericei Legation at Peking, Hi oc?
? oi Kar Kastern Af
to the 'I'lc 'd A I ry of
Man ?i t.. i .?
was cl f of the
? om which he was pron oh i to
Offlc? he held until he became secretary
lof th<i American Bi i? London
i Bine? hi? r. ?ir. a diplomatic
e he 1 been secreta I the < v?r
poral Ion of Hat vard U
Mr. Philips I? an Int?mate ft end of
? v it, and In Hi* hurt fe'.v
? ..tin! work
Wilson conn? eu d with
jiploi Kali ' '? .??'?? law
j of Representative Andrew .f Petera of
Maaaachuaetta but it is understood that
this fact had ro Influence in his appo nt
ment to be Third latent Secret of
? by Presldenl Wilson, who selected
' him i-1 aw ? of icter und peculiar
? - ? - for the office
Miss Garden Still Laid Up.
i ., , ? : ? j of Mia ? ' Garden.
. tl.. ring) ?". s bo Is 111 1
ttenl ? i1 ?
..f No. ti x\,..t i/u, ?jtr<. i ire gatd lest
?.. e mild not be aW? to say
' m tl| to-d arould 1 sMa
j to 1? ave here on Sunday to keep her en
Mme.Matzenauer Too 111 to Sing
? iw ing to Illness. Mice tl
the concerts nf t P
this ev< ? in
ce Mme. Ott it h
Time Curtain Rises I o-day
2:00?A.? i : i ??? I Ke\
( (retel, A' I Alda. v ?
Vrai rica H
W hlri of the \\ orld .Wii I
2:15?Kltt; Mai Kaj. ' ?
*. un.h the v. ntmaker.
2:20?To-day .18th Street
The Bi ??'?? I
7:45?W.ilk'ire ... -litan
Laughing Husband.. .KnlrAarbocker
h ! .i ? nd tiretel. i? terna
? Baile I ai d
?.? .1 Ighl i oil . 14th -
u i,-rl ..? ihi v, orld Winter Garden
8;P3?-i-;,., uttli Caf?....New Amsterdam
.. tl ? Tentmaker.Mooth
Hotaah a Perlmutter.?ohms
Lure . Mai hatten
era .Adolph i'h.iipp
The ?> enow Tl.-ket.Kltinge
a Thousand years Ago? Shubert
|g:C0?Sari . Liberty
i;r iirnpy .Wallack s
Th.- Hole, of Three.Harris
\v ha? w o ild Vou 1 'o'.'.Hudson
?\.... Mai ? i ookB.39th street
_? ar M Hi ..ri..'oit
.^ev?-ti K-v? to Baldpate....
day .18th Street
When Claudis Smiles.Lyric
vjueeu of the Movi? s.
?vio i i ' im? Buth?. !al?ty
8:25?Th.- Bee? " . '
g.30_Ti.e Thing? That Count..Playhous?
H> Ip Wanted. I lliott'a
, Mil ;' ?ding Lady. I'ulton
The I -i ... I.o |
'.'^rrnl of IrfOnora..'.Empire
it ? > itiii.Pi
Janet Mellwain* lardin ? :? I ?arm.
STOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRES.
g.?,5?Bil? '? " lu?.. .?Waal E3nd
. .? rman Bto k < "o.Irving l lien
Tue Hou.-? ' Bot daga ,v ?demy
! ' .Hronx
The New Henrietta.Grand
I I ? . !
Mata Dally. Bv<
i 4;,. I.. .. H.. ni', i ? lema
. 1:11 F tu, a ?.
; i ,. I . .Mhainbra
. I I
QUIT TOO YOUNG
Adamson Would Increase
Length of Service Before
PLAN IS OPPOSED
BY CHILF KENLON
j Life Is Hard and Men Wear Out
Fast. He Tells Committee
Headed by Perkins.
Fl ; e .
peering before thi -
employes, of which
s W. Perkins is chairman, said yes?
terday the time that a flrema :
asrve in the department before having
hi to retire on bis own BppIlcaUon
oughl i" i"- inert i
Chief K< '.?ho :
re of the - .
thej did not want any changes in their
? : were parti rularly ans*
loua to havi ion thai
& righl t
I rhia righl ibsoluts,
commlsaion, a lu d I
i ti rt? rats pi j il< ally In thi
1 ' was the reply, "hut the report
WSJ -?ver given o :t. If the men Who
showed physical lefects ?ere retired It
would dopM?. the higher ranks Of the de?
"? don't think the chief wants to give
ti.e Impression thai we ha-.e a ?
ment of Invalids." said Commissioner
adamson with a emiio.
"Nu." replied KonlOO, "hut It is a liar I
life, parUculeriy severe on the heart, and,
of ' "'irse, men who have seen long ser?
vice are not us good as ?hrn they came
into the department."
"Of Muras, that Is true In any walk of
life." said Mr. Bruere,
"Oh, t don't know," said Kenlon. "I
thmu, i could hold down a chair for a
hund? od yean i."
? the i ? that In
re at years 1 I bees a numbi r of
ents of men in the prhm
ander the twenty-ysar clause. He men?
' Croker and Deputy Chief
<;?'Tin hv neme, both of whom on their
retirement bad leached the point whore
? iOUld have hern Of parUOUlar SI -
rl< 8 to the city. '
mlssionar may not retire a man at le
than half i | pay, but lie may give him
? full pay If ' ?? oho en I lepul ' ' !hlef
? Ahearn. who la now the State lire Mar?
ital, was retired at full pay. h- bad s
physic tl i ? . however, received In
the lino of duty,
Since Hot, the Commissioner said twee
tj -four tuen had fa : on consider?
ably more than half "ay. [n about baM
the eases the men wer.- entitled to what
tbey got Of the other casen he referred
m Guertn, who, after a service of twentj
fuer years, '.rued on H.160. His
had been MtSOa. A battalion chief, whose
pay had been 0,800, had been retired on
? i .i yeer .if< -r ti ntj three years'
Fifteen men retired from the uniformed
force on nenilons are now drawil
m addition to their peni Ions
as employee of the Burean of Wrs Pre?
- ? r:on.
fa the lart two rears deficits In the
. -. m fund have bad to be made up by
lames of special revenue :
In Ifll ?an U27.08Q and In llll
ri 49,i >?.
QUARTER CENTURY WEDDED
Mrs. Van de Water to Celebrate
Mr? Virginia Terhuns ^ai de Water
alebrate her sUver wedding anni
?v evr-r.lnsr With a recep
tion at her homo. No SB! Broadway.
Hot mother, Morion Hariand, and her
Christine Ti rhune Herrick,
win as' 1st ? ?' Ing.
Mr Alles Rhoadse, of Virginia, who
iv as Mrs \ ..-i de v. ai ? i maid ???
Half of the
u eaved for
will |.. i at'Mi to-l
Mrs. i laronea B. As: : ? I ?
41? sai di ? M ; d Hra Harvey
i i |ak, Mr and Urs W I I Herben, Dr
John I ?. Q ' I kl
. hartos Bcribnor, Canon and Hra
d Mrs. franela ii. WIM u
and Mrs. Talcott Williams, Misa Ida Tar
bell Mi and Mr>. Uboi -, Hiss
l ?Hi tbeth .Ionian and i ?uffli Id 11 born
COMMON LAW MADE
THEM ONE, SHE SAYS
Hall Denies Stand Taken by Wife,
Who Says He Kept Pockets
lull of Gems.
H. Hall, i" ? lie drugs I
?? in the i
s ipreme Ci tl thai never :
her eh" ;? mdsr the common law ;
of thi* sute, lin" la trying to p r
the condition thai he make ' i r
said Un Bted I
eupy the house be provided at Ho. Ill
West Htb sir, el
' ?OOd her
d lad property valued at moro
than teaajoa, s Ich I led s collection I
gavs her :
;,. tWOnl ICb She I
-owned for '????? ticket
for asea. Hie- also sawi ? valu
able gem. >lad i'a\s her a
Aabury Park valued at I
Hall in - ? ? ?? ?81 S '
? .iii. *>. m here i he Inti- '
? knowledgi I
i be -i"1
?i bavt i myself ai
much H kid Hra Hs
though i i id ten man I
Mr*. H til told about her i
loi i ion of dia m I on intents, w bicl
Bald, Included .han.d suspender buckles,
diamond ???? 11> r buokles ?
Iihi.id In the lapel oi his o
liauHM ?? would ta if
!?? ?' ,
J. F. O'SHAUGHNESSY DIES
Charge d'Affaires in Mexico
Unable To Be at Bedside.
? '? ?smea P sassy, father
>!0!; O'fl American
?'iiarR? d Affaires In M?Xtoo, diet ycstcr
g at the IP,tel Cuml ?
: itreet Cotoned
1 Bhaught BB* .1 been 111 fur several
With Colonel O'l augaaessy si the
. pram to
N ? ??? ' I Shaughneiv. advising htm of
m ? ? ihaagh?
? - . on hearing of hla father's condi
- ?o New York,
fa ther ?mi
enty-th .' wsa attended
I _??!?- Smith.
?v ? - lor ,,, rauii
? 'Ml Hi
' Ml St
? on the
rtg | Civil Tl sr
Mr. 0'8haughn?sa* married tie OSttgh?
i. Waterbury m
? cut He j a re?
? 1 a part iti
the purchase the Nie - i ? ?
O'SI ? had a
liorna nt BUSS and one a? '?'
J. C STUART, ERIE
Widely Known Railroad Lxpert
a Victim of Bright's Disease
Was 53 Years Old.
?i C Stuart, vi-e-president and ?r,en
arsl manager of the Krie RHiiroad. died
terday afternoon from Hrfcht's fUe
at the Harden City Ilote!, QasasB
City, Long Island, where he IKed wit'i
his Wife and his daughter, Mrs. Tuck. He
had been til sine? list fall He was flfty
Stuart ?ras a railroad man for more
than thirty years, and during that time
rtation from ?very angle..
|h? v. m particularly familia'- with oondl?
? ? n. th? Middle Wtlt and the Kantern
?tat? . In Will, h ?< . tl. CIS he I eld ?I'.tiio.ll
". n train dlSPStCtM r
up i ? ? ?I his
death. From the beginning ha
Interest of hi? lif.,
... , loo? a'"".Mon to minute do
II.? W8S in the employ of the Chicago &
Northwestern Rsllwa* and the Chicago,
Paul, Minneapolis A Omaha Uaii
SJfj lo March 1. 1???0. In t
[twenty ..ears I.rersed in th-j
prsctl si aids of rslli Ha was
appointed chief train dispatcher In I
W( t Division of the Chi ige I Worth?
?restera in January, 1ISI, and held tha?.
office until June, tarn, when ha was msde
? [intendant of the same di?
vision Two yesra biter he was made su
parintendenl of the Qalaaa dlvteion.
His work attra tted attention lo the rail?
. -t. made a COU>
tract With th? C, Bt. P. M A- O. Hallway
? general Bur<etrintea?leat. H?
went to the Bai ?In Msrch,
? 'lent of the mld
? . ? bi Xot long
: ha was made gaaersl aupaila
tatlon for the ent're
H? wet ' to the I'-rie on January 1, litt,
aa general superintendent of the Ohio dt
n, with headquarters at Cle*mtaod.
.'.?;? I a v'. r iad? K'eiifrral man?
ag ?? of th? H ? '?' oad Company, and
on November "?, lfdo, ?ras sleeted rice?
?? retaining the office ..f f,-en?-r,.|
manager. Hi was lster mads assistant to
Mr, Btusri ?vas also rice?prestdent and
ral manager of th? NOW York. BUS?
it Wetten Ra road < tompaa). ?
' and h dire tor of thi I ;nty Kail- !
road Company, th? Ert? & Ria.-i< r-i.k
oad i 'om; any, tha ? k i
i Lodt Railroad Company, the r.au. ECeuka
I Navigation Company, the Mlddletown,
Unlonvllle <t Water ??ap Railroad Com*
Macara River A K'ie Railroad
? ? - itl era Tier Development
L'ompt . and I ?? Buffern Railroad <'om
MRS. ALICE SMITH HEPBURN.
u ker, died I
brief ihn.. i from si uta msnla?
.Mi., iiep. . parstsd
from 1 ? I lahl r Hep
. a Ith i Perl
of r Aldi n San'', one of Mtoneapolls'a ?
ors and a
Mi Hepburn'? notier and two dill-j
JOHN H. BURKE.
N ' . dan ?i i .lohn II
1 Buri.e, ma a o asada
? rrsl ' died I at BI Mary'?
1 v. t t h
pneumonia only two days,
No. til Btuy
? ? Lvenue, Lj ndl a .-on
of t'?e hoosaa in I saldentlsJ
more than MX
i i 'reehold?
He ? ,,s a dti tor ( th? Ruth?r>
tord, Ca Building
Mr. Burk? leaves
ari els children.
Hartford, Ooi March 4 Henry
? MI manufacturer of N-ray
f ? liver induced by X-ray
,, | 01 11 It? '
?.... Ha d?i?loped th?
it a to be Buce) I i
? e . iblic demon
-antng the mann'
. conim-r.-ial !
I lower, v. ho aid?
ed In the tunes, died
fn.lll I ?
JUDGE GARRET D. W. VROOM.
? um ]
Trenton v '. Mai ? h t Oarret D Ml
\ ? oom, of the Court of
Erro? ? ? night aft#;r
Ha *???- racogalsed
if thi ts of th?- highest
: ga Vreom i
Democrat and his father and graml
fathi r wer? Got. ..? s ? j.
LOI l. ? . . i
? m ? ' im the Rangm ,x t.ooatoofc
Ra.ilru.id and the Great Northern Paper
Oeaapaay, died suddenly in Boston yes?
terday on the way home from l.os An?
WILLIAM C THOMPSON, seventy
Ive rears old. formerlj genere] auditor
of the Clnclrmetl Be there itailroad and
of the Sonthern Railway, died at Tht>m
j asvtUe, c,i.. yoatirflar -on-, paralyal?
Death of Cardinal Kopp
Cause of Grief to Pope.
Home. March 4 Pepe nus was much
afft led to-dai when informad of the
death of ?ardi?al Kopr, Bishop of Brea
lau. who di.d early this morning. The
passing of the Cardinal leaves Germane
without a pre:,i te of German aatteaedlt)
in the Sacred College AwStria being rep
reseated bj two Hungarian and two Bo
?hemian CBldlasJS At Hie next Conelstorv
t therefore Ked Hat? wUI probably bo 880
ferred on at least two Germans. A Coa
tOlStory is not likely to be, held before
? Eastor, however.
It will be recalled that England wa.?
I without s Cardinal for ten years, from
| the time of the death of Cardinal
vaughan to the appointment of Cardinal
HOFMANN SCORES A HIT
His Recital Feature of the Sym?
phony Society Festival.
The Beethoven Festival of the ??ym
? phony Bsetoty continued last night at
i Aeolian Ball with the Sfth concert of the
, series. Which was opened with the "Cono
lenus" overture, p ayed most ?ptritedlv
! by the orchestra The sv mphony was tlie
Seventh, and hi Its interpretation Mi
1 Desaresel pave sbun-laait evidence of the
sincere love and sarssssl ssaf?sretaadaSs
j that Is his of the works of the great
I master. |i || arsj not an inspired read
i ing it was one of which no living leader
?need have felt ashamed, being broad In
M the crowning giorv of the evening
| and fcomething which will remain long In
? the memory Of all who heard it, was Josef
Hof manna playing of the great concerto
in F, flat. Mr. Hofmann. frena the day
when ho first came to us year? ago, a
knlckerbockered youngster, has oeen r?c
BgatSOi as one of the greatest of plan?
virtuosi Rut with rnaturity of years ha?
arrived, what with every prodigy does not
arrive, maturity of BSSrtlmSHt His style
Is infinitely sane, chaste, noble, yet lac',.
? ng not B Whit less nf warmth, of tire, of
All these wei ? expressed
in but m > vrp-m.siv beautiful reading of
the concerto Well night it hug nigin be
The Emperor." when aa ssage s
of pla??ate asada It his own. Mr. Dsm
i meh si on : > Inn m s as In ? i igulstta
taste, and the bus i sws I it
and long COtttlaSM '1
Ice Fields in North Atlantic.
St Joha's. *? P., March 1 li s iieids
? - Off the
? 'Hand COB t V ' d t"
,!,( -, i -. , he i--' aamer Rh erd ? le
for Phil ' ad to pul
tn here f>r eoel II la wl lorn tl
been found so '
earij in the s?ason
Bell. Julia v
Boa man, Themas
Brow n, i lai I
i ?arpe 'ter. Hai > ' ?
i ii ....
i o? d .i.l loi ard
Huid. I >r < i.
.' m. N
Valll, Isabel M B.
BELL On .
,-., .. Hepburn U
neral servi' i ?111 bM h< Id
i o ?
I'. ?w.MAN I ? ? ome of hia i rhte
Mm. i:. D. Caldwell. N
.1 . on T . ' '?? h
97th year. The fui ' '"
held ?'? I '?? Paua I
S i ,,.?? ? astle, It d pap? ' ? ;
??ill klndl.I flowers.
BRI i'A N i ?.. March '-'. hi her re di I
? ? .
< ; . 1st i ''
Thursday, I M i?, m.
CARPSJNT1 H ?',,-,.
Third t - Mary ti
fen Widow of
? ? | te
Hal na N. Y . Third month, i " ?'
?Ti ' '
', | Central Di
' ? ttharine Tslmage, ? :
Cone, on ?
a? ' '
F< )|:d Budd? nl , on Mon? March 1
el, J Howard
. - ces will
(th ave. i on
Friday, March ?
.,, Il r the
famtl ? Kindly omit flowers.
ni ru i ir Qoorge i. H it d, of the
i ? g
Lakavllle. Conn . M ? ?14. B irla!
M LA R a In Ell die,
v., on Sal *9H.
arldow of John Mi !??
. Tap? l Bi oadn I ? ? . on
lay, Mar. '
RE8IA- Rornsla seela, as
ai ii ' -? n . ? on Company, I.i| th ave
I lath si
BKIXA/J ' * beloved
S'iU/d. W< dm -da
larch *. in his III h yaar m e-e
?neo. No ;'??
' B m
i am ral prli ?'?
H - A? tor Hosptta
? . ar?
tillery, U. H v., ? jtplain of j..
I. ; i ?- :.
nnd n imbera of La ?? etl i ;r. le \ ?
::. Lad I' i a* G i *"
Charles H. Ji
enth. eve., on Thurad - "
? . -. Counl I s
STEVENSON -At South Orange, N '
March i. I8M, William N Steven?
tor a brief H??eos I uneral
? 11 his fate
r mon d a vi on 1
Mai lead i
THURBER ? Uareh I, of
i eutnonia I her residence No ?1
? moi i a v a.. How Voi I r.?h
Wood, WtdOW Of Hie late Ro? Ciw.'-d
G Thurber, i ? l?, In her 75th .vear.
V ?ILL-- m T
of hi daught ?. ist ~,t\\\
st.. Isabel M u '? ol the U'.e
"th, ;? of
Hra Darnel Talmagi ...r Now N orK
M. I ?i Monte. M
N .1 . and Edward B
Vail', of Pittsburgh, Perm. Funeral and
UK uixnn vus (HIKriRT.
B] Hai im T sla ?u4 b? Trotur
,.-,.- i ,. NY
Oil II I ?
MAIN' OKFin Sa i.-i Ni.MH n e-l
: OV. ?-?? i ...i n. i.|wiv ??
am vi,,?' lean D
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