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SAYS WICKERSHAM Information Fills Libraries, but Valuable Sugges? tions Are Few. EX-ATTORNEY GENERAL ON WILSON TRUST PLAN Sees Widespread Feeling That More Constructive Pro? gramme Is Needed. he?ter, April 11. "The amount of information ?II Red by investigating rom mitt-os Would till librarle?, hut the num ir of ooaaanactlv? suggestions of ?an? legialation measurably adapted to reach the e". l!^ which have >>? ? n ascertained could be printed i." on? ?mall eotume," Oeorgi ">\. Wieheraham, former At torw : of the (Jolted Btatca, be t\- city club, df Rochester, this afternoon. His ?Ubject was "The Preil? 'itrits Trust Programme." Mr, Wtekerahaai was aaalyalng the hills Introduced in Congres?, and particularly the last ?ditioa of the trade coannuaaion hill, -which he characterised as "the latael expression of ? mania for investigation which has oic,it.W-<1 the legislative mind to ancb aa extent a? appsrently to ex? clude all constructive thought He pointed out that a national indus? trial commission would lw? most useful. first, in aasbrUng In th? disintegration of, unlawful combination? lonnd by the courts t'> exist in violation of the Sher? man law. thus relieving the Department of Matte? and the court.? ol the burden cast upon them by requiring the enforce? ment of the law without any legislative guidance as to the method of its enforce? ment after a decree Is pronounced; aaOOttdt that through such a commission protec- j tlon might be afforded to parties to eon- ? tracts, consolidations or merger.?, who were willing to anbSRit them tO such a commission, with a frank statement of all ? the surrounding facts, such submission to protect the parties to the agreement from Hahtltty for criminal prosecution, unless and until they should fail, on notice from , the commission that such agreements, etc.. Violated the law, to take steps to cancel a same, and. third, to entertain and de- i ?de in a summary way complaints of vio? lions of the nnti-trust law and make ' ? rdera. which, if complied with by those rst whom they are directed, would relieve from the penalties of the anti? trust act. The Rpeaker then referred to the pro ? ?slons of the Panama ("anal act of Ifarcb i. 1913, conferring; on the Interstate Com? merce Commission jurisdiction to de? throne questions of fact as to the cm jic-tltion, or possibility of competition, be? tween a railroad company and a common carrier hy water, with which it dors or may compete, and authorizing the com? mission to indefinitely extend the time , during which BDCb service hy water may continu". Continuing, Mr. Wiokersham said: "It Is worthy of serious consideration a if ti er or not. with respect to new co- ! ? operative businesa organizations, includ ??ig those resulting from the disintegra ttm pursuant to decree, of unlawful ? inations heretofore formed, it would BOt Operate in the public Interest to have some administrativ? body, following the analogy of this ranatna ''anal act, ? d with power to Investigate ana r not the public In- I it might not justify the continuance of organisation? and co-operative ar rangementa which, although theoretlcai lv constituting an undue restraint of po? tential competition, :->t actually are oper? ating to the advantage of the public. "It is the study of affirmative construc? tive measure? of thl-t character which Is demanded at the present time, and rot the multiplication of additional prohibi? tions to those already on the statute hooks, and which have proved effective and Maceptlble of enforcement." There is a widespread feeling that some more constructive programme is demand ad than that recbmm?ndOd By the Pres? ident. Mr. Wieheraham said in closing. and now under < onslder.ilion in Con? gress, whlcb has lad the chamber ot Commerce of the City of New York and other bodies to demand that the whole rrogramme he deferred to a later session of Congress, in order that what ?hall he Anally determined upon may be the prod? uct of mature Judgment and likely to Inure to the benefit, and not to the dia tage, of the interests of the people. To-night Mr. Wickcrsham was the Suest at dinner of the Harvard Alumni, and spoke on "T.ne State." Snowy Easter in Texas. Dallas. Tex . A.ril 11 A heavy ?0W? -tonn began to-day in th? TSSSJ l'nn handle. the second within the. W?eh. He from west Texas Indicated that a coJd wsve of considerable intensity was 7-eping eastward over the southwest ALL?CARSJRANSFERlTO: 59th to 60th Street Lexington to 3d Ave. Condensed Budget of Special Sales: Women's Suit? Reproduction! <>f n line arool r,)r||-iS. gabar? French Serges, etc, at $19.75 Fine Silks Chiflo n t atf <? ta, 5i so grade, 5e*/? eral changeable com? binations and all COl? ard $1.19 Silk Bloomers Women's Italian glov? lilk Hoomcrs in pink, skv, while and Mick, at $1.98 ANNUAL SPRING SALE OF HOUSE DRESSES, QQc WRAPPERS AND KIMONOS OO 20,000 Garmenta?20 style??Sizes 34 to 46 A Bloomingdale tradr event, that i? known and apprn iatod hy thousand? o? women, pagina Monday and will continua throughout the week. Mail orders filled after Wednesday. Second I loor, center? T Crepe de Chine Underskirts rd wiili wide ihadow i? i n d raffle $2.98 Women's Colonial Shoes With gri) i ii c d t I . and ih? tr.p Col< v. |th Mile ornan $:j.5o Women's White SUrU Trimmed with fine lni| orted embro i n ir Val lace, and ribbon!. ?2 "I . $1.98 59th to 60th. l^x. to Third Ave*. WHEN THE CIRCUS COMES TO BELLEVUE. TO STORM CAPITAL MAY Miss Hill, Suffrage Leade Here to Help Marshal Forces. .Mi.-s Rial? Hill, of the Congi Union, came over from Washington jr? terday to confer with Mrs. Mary Hear and afra, O. H. P Bel.nl about a rangements for tin- demonstration whi< t!ie union will hold in Washington t May !?. Miss iiiii said the auffragial weie highly [.leased because the Brlito amendment known by its rapporter? ? the Susan B. Anthony resolution, b< cause ?t is practically th? one that lea. er tried to get through Congroa favorably reported in the Bern te lei Tuesday for the second time in a year "We expect tiie great hoiiy of arome we ?ball muster on May 9 tu march t the stepB of th.- Cspito] and presen petitions from th? suffragists of ever; ?tat? oi' tiie l Dion will Impres? congres with the neeii of enfranchising us," ah .?aid. "If they aren't open To logic BUre ly they wiil he melted by our BOngB, 10 one thousand vocalists will man h ?ritl us and sing a suffrage hymn. "I can'1 tell lust how manv womei ?will march) but 1 know five hundred an coming from Maryland, and from othe: states in proportion to their else am suffrage strength." .Miss iiiii is the daughter of Ebenerei J. Mill, who formerly represented Con ? :; :u til.- House of Rej tives. Miss inn continue? To live li Washington, though lie: father ?rea de In the list election. ?-? LONG ISLAND ROAD CALLED SQUATTER Allegation Made in Suit to Parti? tion Barnum Island Among 169 Persons. The I.or.ir Island Uailroad is named as a BQuatter in ti partition ?tilt hrouKht In the Nassau County Supreme Court ?aterday by M, B. FinniKnn, of u Court M, Hrooklyn, a lawyer who represents the 1 laintiffs In the action, Sarah 1'. N'oe, KiniiKi P. Nue, Calvin Pearaall and Barah B. Pearsall The suit is brOUgbt against Maiv I Brooks and Ml other persons. It is al? leged That Barnum Island, Which it is proposed to partition, la owned by Ml persons The Island consists of about MS BCraa and I? nortii of I.onK Beach It is esti? mated to be worth upward of $1 ,000/100. The Town of llempstead thought It owned the island, hut title To It la claimed by th" litigants, who allece that the property came into their po???ion as dean enflant? of Bamuel woods, who t.011 aht it la 17M to? WM. The plaintiff.-* ?lieg? that certain ?QUatter? hav? long enjoyed the use of Barnum Island, amor z them the Long island Railroad, th? i r,;)st Realty Com? pany, <"onrnd Albrecht, who conduct? ? hotel on th? island, and Thomas Rslght' moler. The Long Beach division of the Lang island Railroad passes over the Island. BELLEVUE PATIENTS HAVE PRIVATE PEEP AT CIRCUS Performers Taken to City Hospital in Autos and Give Show in the Open?Artist Makes Unexpected Hit. The circus folk did a good job yeatei day. Twenty-elghl performer?, eicht** musicians and Bee 'Iropreearioa' ?rea over i" Bellevu? Hospital In the mornlm ami entertained 1,609 patienta, phyaii lani and nurses. Many of the children if BO* th? older patient? had never before seel thing resembling a circus. when a Fifth ave. automobile 'bus leading ? line of automobile? pached arltl made- up pel form? ? -. entered th? there rose from the Inmate? lined on tb' balconies and th? ?Idewalh a? appr?cia? Uve a welcome a? could have Inspired an entertainer patients of the surgical and medical wards were on The balconiee, m pajamaa Or bathrobes. OlM tnan las on a bed on the second tier. Tuberculous and crippled patients sat in chair- arrunti? d on th? sidewalk, inmates of the piison ?rard were gathered at the barred Windows. Dr. John w. Brannan, bead of Belie ? ? and Allied l?os;)itals, rea? bed the Institution alter tin- performance had he. ?run. Dr. George O'Hi.?;. superintend? .nt. was in charge, aasteted by l?r L M, Fleming and J. '?" McHale, assistant an? perintendenta, ami John <i. 0*Keefe, a trustee Fred Bradna, Burn? O'Bulllvan, \.;. II. !:? II, l>e\ter PellOWea and Jay Rial ??-re m eh.n.-e .,r me performance The show araa given at the north end of th<- Nth -t rard, ?iri'i ptrfonasra nessr worked barder or with moi" enthual aani. Than ?s ? real thrill In doing eome thing] far sa appreciative audience, gad thai thrfll waa enjoyed by every psrson wi.o participated In the performance. An unexpected toil sraa made by ;i news? pspsr ;ut!st. Th?* fi<-;ik< were not pres? ent, bul "no of tii" phjaiclana I . :;i/?-.i the artlal as ZiPi the seed leading aaaa of the aldeahow. Ha ad ? il tha artist as SSIp a nd the pa tienta cried the name In chorus Mr. Bradas bad to axpisln before the pal would cessa their efforta to haya the ar? tist perform. '?'he situation became Brorse "hon th* porformors left tha hospital. The artin acatad bbnsslf on tho nuto 'boa between Beer-in-the-Face, an Indian, and Joseph, ami was a?ain hailed at Zip. The cry suopt after tho machin?) as it headed toward .Madison Square Qardea, The porformor' who volunteered were Sam Garnit, a cowboy; Phil Darlli down; tho Tal P?en Chinese troupe ?( magicians; tiio Three Harts, grotesque acr?bata; tho Three Arleya, in a perch act: Flatiron and .lohn Slater, BarnueJ Kelaon, Dan Ducrow, r*hii King, Prank Hammer, Herman Joseph snd Paul Jer? oui.', fiomi; tho Dekoe troupe of acr?? bata, fat Vsldo and the Poui Corarsdeg) < omie scrobata PAROLE OF RUEF POSSIBL Court Ruling Makes John J. M< ?amara Also Eligible. San Pranciaco, April ll.-The State S preme Court Rave a decision to-dl which make-; Abraham Ruef, former p litical bos? of San Francisco, who is se ring fourteen reara in the state penlte Uary Bt San yuentin for bribery, eligih for immediate parole. The dectelOfl mak it mandatory that hi? application he <-o sid-red by the atate board of prison i re -tors, but does not direct that it 1 granted. The board of priaon directora had ruh that BO application ?/OUM be consider? until The applicant had served at lea one-half of his net term, The court nil? matead to-day thai a prisoner is ?Hglb to apply for parole after serving one yea Ruef has served a little more than thn years. John .1 McKamara, convicted for dyw mitlni the plant of the Llewellyn lru Works, also 's eligible for patrol undi this construction of the statutes, but n( his brother .lames li. M'Namaia, Wh a reeked the Loa Angel?? Tums Butldra With a loss of twenty-one I?VC8, Wb? ?a ?entenced to s,?n gucntin for Ufa PATROLMAN DRAWS GUN TO COW GANC Crowd Seeks to Prevent Arres and Reserves Are Called to the Rescue. Patrolman Join Hughes, of the p.a? PJ?".lh st. station, stood with his bad to the wall in 116th st between Pus and8econdavea. laal night at 8 ocracl and With revolver Intimidated ? rrnwi long enough for the reserves to cet t< hitn and help him artest ins prisoner Tin prisoner waa Loula Pietro, of 49 Baal I loth at Hughe? arreated Pietro on the com* plain! ol a WOtnan who said she han been attack' d bj a hand of powdlaa it 116th si and robbed of her pot kctbonk When Hughe? had taken Pietro int< CUStod) a group Oi half a dOBOU other boy? attacked the policeman and took his club from him i luring th< noli e p,, tro c apt A, but the patrolman followed bin t<? the roof of a li-ip nn fll house and gase li i rit a In aim? When In got his pris? oner to the ?treel h? found the gang waiting. Drawing his revolver, he I held the men back until Lieutenant O'Connor aid tin reserve? cam? to ins -, 'm Tin .-.nimm foi ' bom Hughi aaa actini disappeared durlnf lha aaclt? no nt. "NO DRINK" ORDER STANDS-DANIELS Law Providing for Presi? dent's Approval to Make No Difference. i Fro? Th? Trlbsae Bur? Washington, Apiii n. The Becntary of the Navy was toi,i to-da) thai then arss s law which ?ays that sil orders, instruc? tion and refutations Issued by the Ror retary of the Navy must n<- approved bj tiie President, and he gras asko,i if tt would make any difference about hli cent older abolishing wine mSSSSS aboard ships and at naval stations. "The order will go into effect; in fa t. it Is already in effsct, although the wine massas *ri- ooi abolished until -f ? s i >- |," Mi Daniels aald in reply. Concerning ttu> hiw itself, which man' naval ofllcera hold Invalidates the B tar>'a order nalosa it i? approved by the President, the Secretary, when told thai there was guch r law, afmpl] aald, "'? there"" There aro lome who mslntsin thsl it ?o long] i asa tha pfau lice for the B rotary of the Wavy to issue "Instructions" without rofsseace to the President thai th<- law doesn't make anj difference, but more than one naval officer who ass been looking Into the matter thinks the eubject open to dehnte. They believe that ?ny one tried by court m.uli.il for violating tha order would have a ?rood defence in maintaining that the order w is UlegsX word cornea to Wsshiagton that tio< abolition of tho wins messss presents a asrisua problssi on son? of the bigger ships of th? navy. The sine messss usually take aboard atsch enough to last foi g year, a number sf tho Mg ahlpa of tiio Beet atocked up f"t a full twelve? month on the Medlterrsnssw ci lise, whl h ended in December. Now the] mu I gel ? i.i of all liquor bj luly I. The t.i.^k is ? lut; one, rmd much Of the ?luff will bSVS to he sold. N',i\al OtVCSfS BffreS that, wbatsvsf happaae. tho navj la golai Is have a !iiv ni>:ht on Juno H HICCOUGHS ALMOST FATAL Girl's Paroxysm Considered a Joke by Companions. I M- Telegraph to The Tribune.] Camden, x. J., April 11.?When ?even teen-year-old Helen QOOdWili began hic coughtng yeaterday afternoon at the plant of the American Cigar Company, where she was employed, the other gill opera? tise.: twitted her. and as the paroxysms continued they counted it a great joke etui nearly everybody was convulsed. Miss Goodwill was thrown into ins ten. s. Finally she became so weak that a physician had To be called and The suf ferer was taken to Cooper Hospital. The hlejeoughlng continued all night and Miss QoOdwHl was unable to gel any sleep. The phj Ictana lesoried to every known device and used a number of suggested remedie? without ?ucceae, but about 7 o'clock this morning the paroxyama '?.'-.il and the plrl fell asleep. It was said to-night thai she would recover. BUTT?RFI?LD WILL HELD UP BY STAY Three .More Cousins Swell List of Litigants in Fight for Estate of Generals Widow. a ataj Btopplng all proceedlnga In the probate ol the will ol the late Julia Lorillard Butterfleld, widow ol General Butterfleld, of fold Spring, -vas one "i" three new turns the legal fight o\.r the Butterfleld millions took yea? terday at Whit?) Plains. There :.re two distinct contests. One lis for $3.000,000; which Mrs. Butter? neid had In her own right, and the other la for $3,000,000 loft by her first husband, Frederick James, in which sin had only a life interest. The stay was issued by Justice StB pleton, Ol tho Appellate Division, ?e: ond Department, stopping any further pr.dings In-fore Surrogate Southard in the contest for Mrs. Butterfletd'fl own fortune pending The adjudication of an appeal Taken from the Appellate Division's ruling barring fourteen col? lateral cousins from admission to the contest. Attorney Hamilton obtained the stay in In-half of Kmelia Pllklng? ton. Qeorglanna Marshall, Charlea Purd) and otlp-r eliminated cousin?. Otherwise Surrogate Southard would lave begun taking testimony In Cold Siuing in the fust legal attack upon the will. Three more remote cousins yesterday demanded admittance to the proceed Inga, They ?re Ploeate and Auetin Vanderbill and iv-ssie Lenham. At? torney BrodOCk represented them and tin v a in be beard later. The third developmonl was the ap? pointment by Surrogate Southard of William Ladue and W. H. Truesdell as trustees of the James estate. T.'iev w.re empowered to aeli the leasehold on the town house of Mrs. Butterfleld, vi 616 Fifth ave. The lease was from Columbia University and has thirty five \ ears more to run. BUMP READER ARRESTED Refused to Interpret Detec? tive's Skull, So Goes Free. Charles II ?"lark, of :; Hamnlon Court Terrace, Jersey City, was arraigned he fore Judue Hahn In the First Criminal Court, NVwark. yesterday by uetectiv? Thomas Kini^ who said he overheard Clark Tell a woman he was a phrenolo? gist arc1 would read her head. IFJng said he waked Clark to examine his bumps, and wil-n Clark refu.sed King locked him up. The ludge dlsmbBMd the complaint and advised Clark to lei\,. town. EUROPEAN ART AUCTION. _| _ EUROPEAN ART AUCTION. COLLECTION PAUL DELAROFF M sale ANCIENT PICTURES Kroni Iho l.eriimn. Bagllsb, NMalab, I Irmi.h, I romh. DsgSBJ, Italian, SwISB Bshas?l i.f Iho \\ . Ml.. Wll. und Will, < onliirir?. I ok MALK --? ri?-r death ef owner in tho <.\l l Uli. i.kihi.in PETIT, a Ku. do Baas Paria, <>n thr tard ?"?i tats. <.f larit, m till P. at. BihlbaHsae filian April llsti MMte, Mad April. 2nd sale ANCIENT PICTURES w.iit Cateare, Pnitun??. Oeasrh.a. M l?tateme, Tena Coila? ami \miont Marido. Ilroii/r? af tho \\l Wll .inn Will. 1 Tullirlo*. ion SAI I Hfior death ef eeraet le tho lio 11.1 niini o?. Parto, i ;??.,,, n? h, nn iho ?>-,lli .'Hlli, Hih und anli ?f \lllll ami ..ti Ihr .'nd ?< May, at I I'. M _ ? ii..iiiii^ N'?.. .1 m,! i. ?n iho tSth "f larit, EXMiliiiioN^ ,(((M>in Nll. g, ?,, ,,..? .f Hoy. ,. , ?sjllsimsi Mr I ' *,K DI RKKI M . ?. Rse PSvari, PBffB] \\ t raa?wp? |bj#i CAMUXB DOI moi. g, Bue St. Ueargee, Parie. lor ihr fletares, m. i. ?minis, n, k,,, gaetae, ran? KXPKRTSJ I ?r tho Oru?in|H und UbJerta <-f An, Messrs Oil HfcttNK ri *>t fl.VV io. Bue I ReoStat | WAIVES BALM TO AD) "SLAVE" SUIT R. M. Shaw Will Clear Path for Action Against Richard Darling. TO DISCONTINUE $50,000 ACTION "Looks Too Much Like Blood Money and Might Affect Ver? dict," Says Counsel. Robert Margden Shaw, a young banker of 30 Broad st., who in January sued Richard Darling, president of the Acme Bafe company. Ml Broadway, foe ReV I for the alienation of his wife's affections >esterday authorized his attorney. Joseph A. Shay, to discontinue the action. Darling was arrested on April 1 and held in J3.<Yio bail In White Plains for tak? ing Mrs. Shaw to a hotel there in Jan? uary. Shaw was persuaded by his Mend? to drop the alienation suit, lest It jeopar? dize this action. "Mr. Shaw feels," said Joseph A. Bhay, Shaw's attorney, "that tiie original suit looks too much like blood money. The (jury in deciding the erimlnal charge might fear that it would affect the result In the civil action. That nothing maf stand in the way of th? criminal charge, Mr. Shaw will give the iury an open field. Mrs. Bhaw, who is a daughter of Mr? R. Drummond Lyall. was married last May, when site was seventeen years old. In December she net Darling at a friend's home, and within a week had ? become so enamoured of him that she left home. Shaw said she telephoned him: "? love you, but I love Darling better.'1 The alienation suit followed. Then Mrs. Shaw filed action for annulment on the ground That she was married under the legal age. Darling wa? not at his home or his mother's. 1?7 West 72d et., last night Phay faid it would be equally Imponible to find Mrs. Shaw, aa "ahe is ?till in the power of Darling." e POLICE NEEDJIOT DRILL Court Finds It Illegal?Must Reinstate Man Who Refused. Patrolman Kotiert MSCNIsh must I... ,,.. Instated following a decision yesterday hv the AppsHste Dtvtstss m Brssklys IfacNISh refused to drill for the DOUSO parade, and he ?aa dismissed for iniuh urdination. Ilia BsfSSjCS was that hi. guperisn SAMS compelling hin; to wor!< aasts than eight hour* g day in calling upon HI in to drill in his timo off. Captain KsdWSal and Lieutenants High mell and gtcConvllle weie summoned to COttri f'"' demanding that he work mor? than eicht hour? a day. hut Magistrat* N'ash llfUSSi to hold t In in Tho Appellats Plvislga bokta that dr.:i. insr is not emergency work, and i> r \ prescribed by law. DIES FOR LITTLE FINGER Stenographer. Crippled by Loe? of Digit, Takes His Liie. when she returned fron Bhopping >??? terday sftsnassa Mrs. Charlotte Drowsy found her husband. Wat I,. OraaatV, Bhe h.?s been ?t atsnogrspher In tha Buprerai Court, Brooklyn, twenty-eight years dead ... bia bad with a gas tuba in his mouth Orrasby, While prunins flowers in his gardas al his home, at :i Bsy liai m. Bensonhurat, Isst year, cut hia hand. Blood polsoninfi set in. Hia little .1ngor had to be rsraovsd and the hand baggaai , rasai ed. In a farewi II note to ala wif? ho WT'do : "I cannot do any imii o work; rr> hand la going ba< k <,n trs "Cordelia Blossom" Produced. I h- Telegraph te The T b im Philadelphia. April II. Klsw & V.r. laiio'or, in association with Joseph Brook?, produced tho new American enusiy, "Cordelia Blossom." by George Randolph ChSStsr and Lillian Chester, tor the fir? time to-nir?ht at the Kro:id St root Thea? tre before a large audience. The plsv was favsrabiy received. Mam Now Yorkers rame mer fur the spaaing. ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES, j ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES. "Of Extraordinary Artistic Inteicst and Beauty" At the American Art Galleries Madison Square South, New York FREE MEW Q A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. (SUNDAY EXCEPTEO1 A GRAND COLLECTION OF Sumptuous Textiles and Embroideries of the XVI.. XVII. and XVIII. Centuries, CONSISTING OF BEAUTIFUL OLD VELVETS. BRO CADES AND VELOURS. RENAISSANCE AND OTHER EM? BROIDERIES. ANTIQUE SPANISH BALDACHINOS. ALTAR FRONTALS. FINE TAPESTRIES, GOTHIC, RENAISSANCE AND OTHER LACES. ECCLESIASTICAL RELICS. ELABO? RATE OLD SILVER CHURCH HANGING LAMPS. ANCIENT NEEDLEWORK PICTURES. FINE OLD BROCADES AND OTHER MATERIALS IN QUANTITIES FOR WALL COVER? INGS. CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES. Affording an unusual opportunity to Museums, Schools of Design, Manufacturers of Textiles, Interior Decorators, Connoisseurs, and the Public in general. To be sold at unrestricted Public Sale DURING THIS "EASTER WEEK" Thursday, Friday and Saturday of This Week at 2:39 P. M. By order of Vitall Benguiat The Widely Known Expert, of 34 Rue de Provence, Pari? V Catalogues mailed to applicants on the receipt of Fift) Centi -ALSO ON VIEW APRIL 16th, 17th and 18th ADMISSION by card to be had free on written application to the Managers. The Art Objects and Other Property Contained in the Residence of the late Mrs. Julia Lorillard Butterfield i WIDOW OF THE LATE General Daniel Butterfield No. 616 Fifth Avenue. To be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale On Monday & Wednesday, April 20th & 22d ON THE PREMISES BY ORDER OF THE SURROGATE COURT OF PUTNAM COUNTY. NEW YORK. UNDER DIREC? TION OF JOHN R. YALE AND WILLIAM H. BER RIGAN. THE TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATORS. ARTHUR KNOX, ESQ., ATTORNEY. V < ?atalogue, ? hit h if? in preparation, a ill \>r- mmi? <i frrr> to applii ants. -AND ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING APRIL 23rd At The American Art Galleries To be sold at unrestricted public tale On the Afternoons of April 28th, 29th, 30th and May lat By order of the A. J. Crawford Company WHICH MAKE THIS SALE BECAUSE IT IS DISCONTINUING ONE BRANCH OF ITS BUSINESS. AND TO ABSOLUTELY DISPOSE OF THE FOLLOWING PORTIONS OF ITS STOCK. Original Antique English Furniture IN THE FOLLOWING PERIODS: Chippendale and Heppelwhite Mahogany Dining Room and Library Furniture, Sheraton Bedroom and Dining Room Furniture, Adam Decorated Satinwood Drawing Room and Bedroom Furniture, Antique Jacobean Oak, Early Victorian Black Decorated Furniture, A Collection of Old English Longcaae Clocks, Queen Anne Sofaa, Arm Chaira and Cabinets in Walnut, Chinese and Queen Anne Lacquer Furniture, Antique Marble and Wood Georgian Mantelpieces, Old English Silver, Crystal Antique Jewelry and many other piecea. '?'Applications for Cataloguea arlll receive prompt attention I dp ?ni-. ?Ill I..- ioi?.lii,t-<1 h* m rilOMAx K. KIKHY. aaalaaal la Mr otto H-rnn. of THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgra. ? Ka.l "MU M*????(. MMtlWon <.,,. South, >rw lurU.