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AN APRIL BRIDE ?rried to Fronds Ormond Wh in St 'Bartholo? mew's Church. ? ROBINSON WKDS *iviLUAM A. EVAN \NS Eisa L. Baar tnd William J. '??'ton United ot Church ol Heavenly Regt. N ? l \;i ? ... e won - t ? ?ms. ? ' -s -' .. ? Htlah Mun . .like, in p. !lr*d'' ' ! ani m They *vore ism-etta r. straw, l urne !. -jjtb?? I f wl,h hr,w" of ?.n. ...... i ted aa his . t*?t : . M "hers were ygf H I I ' ''"'an' Igjdald ; ---tiff. John - - ? ? \ m ? th?* tet i - ? ' ?-..> ? ? ? ench, y? a:' ? x-1''80'? Mr. ai Mr? '?' and Mrs. ?? " ?? mcr. ? ? Km Walter " ? a ' Mi ??-- i h sal Hi | aw Gal. ? ? m B. ...... IbSBU " ett ? :? - SS Mac! i SSI - ? -.: **" I V rs? ;'Uh ? k i-ar. OM : 9\ .,.: ' ? tid Mi ? Kd ? I Mi **K : ? onn., ? la? ' ' * * 1 - * i ?Mss] ? ' I ? - ? ?' ' >, , " >\er ? ,, _' ??. r< d *?<>*? .. '-""f1 "??TV, ' ,,;',M ?.. i ' da and ?y/ulh ' ?V* ? ajg|f ? . V i "''*- ? ?> / ?jf Mrs B. S. North and the late Samuel Shaw North, Of t'tiR.lilla. N. V . tOOh place at :<vk on WednOSdSJ at it. Matthew's Church, i nadilla, of whlcb the brld? - ?? i" reetor. The ceremony was per. formed bj tl s Re* Di i: d ??-, Hooaac Bchool The brld? given away |.y her nuit her ltd chittieel W(.r? ,jec orated with pink tulipa and Bout \ The bride wore ? trailing gown of \\ bite nai mouse, el rid princesa ed With ?.1.1 hu-e ,"''"1 with < ., ,,.t waa ol white su v I dallett? M rtha M il? R03 and Miss Sarah were gowned In white rolle *??** ' .-,. ..v?,it. bats trimmed with ; ; . Busan Watson Bber man. of L'nad lia 11., ROwn 1 taffeta, nd hei?ha1 waa Leghorn trli ?**th ? and blu? Lyon'i e Rev. A. J. I - . Al? N '? ? ?' . . eft foi thcj GINGER JARS BRING $164 Brisk Bidding on Antiques at Oakman Collection Sale. ? th? top pi - on ol tl ,? ????;., th? horn? Mrs. L. H i x I i ol ifter It Edward K eras the hi ? s?de cl l Edaon Bi idley paid $>" antique metal ham lampa. A Turkish rug, of Imperial I and ? nt to John Parr foi ?' I r\ i Hay? gtvvt MS ' n : bronse Klyln Mrs. Arkell al ??? tor tw? a carved brine, with a poi ? lain pli e ? Holy Family. Other ? - Included Mrs. 11. W Chap* Mrs J Hoi Mrs. J P Bt? wart el W l ? gh? pard. The t '? The aale cont i I ?'??>?)? ? DEDICATE ANOTHER CHAPEL St. Ambrose Memorial Nov. Part of Great Cathedral. ? >ae, a part of ? e . thedral of 81 Johi tl " ' , was ?????i.. Qrosvenor; Dr. Blattery, ? i the Re* FI Hue! ? ty Church, 2 rt Tl p hapel ft of Mrs. G< the folio* lives: Whiting and Sarah Swan pitre-??-, Jal ?? Whit ine, ? ? r Davis, 4 ? "-ii 11 - ? . and Notice RI* es Burden the I dedl ser* Icea, a-hl ited ai hour, I of the Episcopal rt ad In which he referred to the tnflu? ircl 'a power in the time apel," said ths it nctlvely and spe Ideally of the ptindple that the Church la "till powerful In I ? ? ol tl.eaent, beddea membera . were NI? bolas Mur B tier an rlastl is. of a--ere g. tins' ng I chltecl w ho 'r tun Concert for Bombay School. the Free Evening ? i of Bomb) ? ' Id tl \.- A Vf" i tltut? ? Th? N ? Spirit in Ii ' ?. re from the poetry of th d n GREENOUGH ? BROWN. toil ter of Mr. and Mrs M rdock Brown, ol tei ? Sreenough, son of \! 1 gh ' f 999 Highland itI? d at i ".n to-day in ? . ',:? ? i.dear 8 SYlers Ing. ? .. i k, |ga Brewer of Glen ? ? ? - ? Brown, t r ? est man. The u . ?ai : .?? Bree er ? e; O lease and Alfred ?.-.-? ? eir return from it? ? ? and Mra i tree - in Montclalr WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. ? "i and " ' - ? SO M ?rook laides ? ? ? -, . tread i entro I ??....,, f Ai '.,?-* ? ?. Hot? Hotel " ? ... ? - ? ' i. . ? ? 1:80 i m. ??? *:<???> Tork. : spendent Retail Mae . WeaH ?sd st, n ? . - ? Drami I of ?? ? ? L ? ? | of th? ? ' ' ' Hall, 00 p i,. . - t 71 wm . i A. I'm :. IMih i . ? . ? '.'?'"a : i ? . i ? ? ' I - ,,....1 t,i. 12,1 I I v . . I'ublli I 1 '" ' , ?. loo if-om .....i !,. r-a, B H Hoi ? OPERETTA "SYLVIA" HEARD AT PLAZA Society Attends Brilliant Benefit for Crippled Children. PERCY R. PYNE GIVES HOBBY CLUB DINNER Miss .Mary Groesbcck's Engage? ment lo Daniel S. Riker Is Announced. "8j It operet two ? by w !. ? the ? the Hotel Plaaa foi ? foi ' ib? '???ilar i, ?arhlch th* aodet) main? tain-., a Ith the ce op?rai f Bel ei n? Hospital The seem- ara? laid In a hav I ? tack on th? ? ? the ?? yt round which the fir. danced ' ..ri?. The ci -t * - rollo? - i ? l ' ? .Mr* B. T ' i n the chorus, a? farm plrli . . ... H . Mr*. i"i. ? . Frank . A? farm lads, In lltrht brown coatfl, erbockers and leather h-pplns?. and ? ,irr\ ' ? i were . Deretl ? ?? ? ? ? .-.Erteile Y. Ri . Dorothy > . '?. Warren .Dorotl i . Pai ? ?? ? Dlccor . Cor lella H Ml?? Tleiilah Hopb'irn gave a .lame . ? "Th.. Bpliii of the Hayfleld," as? i ?? the folloarlng "haymakers' Elisabeth W. Hlack. Mana-. P. Qlbney. Laura C Parson?, Orace B. Roger?, Vir? ginia Reea B< illy, Katherine Wyadham Marion W Vanderhoef, Bophi? rouns. Ada Norfleet Jeannette Flagg, Prli ? ? Eniaabeth Klrlln, Marj M i ?ara ' t irel E Bloan i k>rol by Taylor and 1 Hantha F11 Mrs !: Tappen Falrchlld a ui heard h I Hag solo. era, who wer?? dressed in skirts of white and purple strip*-.i satin, ?. Ith ? - ? Ml - Pauline Wells, Ills? Doroth? Cramp, Mrs .1 ?; Blalne Swing, '?' Joanne Kerr, Miss Margaret ?'. Marshall, Misa Mildred ?Sdd ai d Mlet All ?e I ?.???! ". 1 . told programme* wore che? ked satin. with ahotl coat? and hats ol bl ?' 1 the latter turned up In fi I white atln, The* wer? Mlea Au* ig| 1 '? ? : ? ?? ?? Misa Annie Gilbert, Misa K itl and Mia Katherine ?Sand? M en C, flick, Mrs. I-oron?o Arm trong, Mr? Btanley Wolff, Miss Helen Hoffstot, Misa Gertrude Hill aad Misa ? Ilia re 8 I candy. Tl ?j wore green satin costumes, with Itw.lei giv* die? and bata of arender gausa Thoae who ?o I ettea were Mr? Prank B. Waahburn, Misa D01 ? >.P;. Howard Mis? Grool Mis? Elisabeth Sahln, ' Katie Bchermerborn, M El cabeth Swan and Ml?? Emily Patters? - The) wore skirts of whit? satin, with pa of rt? '?'. ?atli and pa'nnlera ol pink nal ?? ent? menl committee oon - led of Misa Mary P Welle, chairman; Ml?? Anne ?'ran--, Mis? Margaret C Overton, Misa Viera naher, Misa Margaret Trevoi Miss Helene Underwood, ' erlne Plagg and M.su '..mis.' Preei 1 ? . . ? ?. . vi I of the 1 wen.upled by chjldrf-n from the open ai' ?? a? served aft? rward in n,?. ,.\. ? ?? ? perfoi follow? .1 h g. Th?? entertalnn ei 1 will be 1. peated to night al the .< ? ?? Among thoae who had i- Mrs, Hamilton Flab, Mra Walter '". Oakman. Mrs. Henry G. Trevor, Mr-. Hoa .??! Car* roll, Mrn ?'.???.rire. M. Ma? v. Mr John B Trevor, Mn J. EUla Elsl I Mn Charlea B. Miller. Percy R Pyne, 2d, gave a dlnnei night at hi? home, 2S3 Madison ave., foi members of th<* Hobby ? lub. Mr, Pyn? gave n talk on his hobby, "Old Pilnl ol New York The menu a y ith 1 olor? n '.ions f.f v. a ol ? most notable prli ; The 1 I luded Jostli ? \ l< toi .1 Dowllng, 1 larwln P. Klngaley, John O. Mllburn, Alvln W. I n , 1 '..." re \?. Vail, Bash ford D< 1 Phoenix Ingraham, William B Oai Field, Georg? F. Kuns, lohn 1> mina Adrian n Larkln, David Wagstaff, (??. fi asor William P Trent, John C. Tomllnson, i; T Heine? Hala? P 1:. 1: A Bellgman, Rowland O, Hasard, Henry Hi Harper, Prof? David Eugen? Bmlth aiA John '' Tomlln Prom ' 'ii,- ii nal le? net menl of the engagement of Misa Mary beck, daught' r of Mr and Mr? P? 1 . to 1 ' er, of ? " niel fl Hi le? ? ?,: idlaon ave M Gixx be k is ? of Mr?. Robert Ludlow Powler, of this city. Mr. Rlker im a member 1 f the Union ?mil other clubs. Th?? weddlns will lak? place In Juri* at tho homo i>f tho t.rid.-, Kmhurst, Torren?*? Roed, near Cincinnati Among tbOM who hnrl pnrtle? al th? Plaaa dinner dance last nlgbl were Mr. and Mra Ambroe? Monell, Mr and Mra Thomas Crlmmtoa Mr. *njd Mra W t Graham .""i Mr ??"(l kfr? Charlea W, :. ttl? field. Mr and Mm W toward Webb, lr, hav? arrived In the city from ?h.-ir conn* trv plae? ?t Maahassst, Long (?land, and .,?, al th? Rita 1 'ariu.n M:? Heary lagereeU nik-r win ?-tre .. theatra petty to-nlghl and ?.ft-rwani t.ik?* h*r ifuentn to Sh'Trs n foi aUppei BBd dam liiK Mrs. Bharwood Aldrlch sill give a Un r. 1 dance to nlgbl al Bhei 1 The engagemenl ol Mil 1 on Ian??? Curl of II. R. 1 lia, of Cornlns, "? v . lo .rba 1 ? i 1 1 ';. ion, of < |i .-.ii Itarrlngtoi Maw., wa known ? 1 ?t?rda ..' \ .1 hi i ollege, where Mlaa ' urtla will gi adu ite'ln J 1 Mr Pason aras " ro?rabei si the cl? ol '13 at Princeton. CELEBRATION AT SHAKESPEARE STATU FREMSTAD TRIUMPH AT HER FAREWELL Parting Tribute to Soprano Most Remarkable in Opera History. M me. Ol for ' ? Opera H dreo from i he ui uall ell ence I ? . ?? i tratlon ever ? ? ? ? ... \,.w v.iik opera Bo i at ?m.i act ai of th? ? I ? ' ? fare? ite that rival!? ?I In I? r scenes ? fore I It In depth of I for the ? ?? on. il . . . ? if a cla<j ? ?? particip illy i ta r, | gan that ?? ... effort to 1 the che? the audience home, but not uni ?Mm? ? ? ? ? . ? forty time? would her admirer? .'? t from tl the bt || rd th? led Wit . - ? . ? i Ihr? ?? to theli ivoi ite. ind there Iso a great demonsti it the fa! ' ' ? the se ; ii... the ? . rose to greet nn<l volley? o: th? the tenth i all she broke lown, her I I ming. But ? until, :?t the twent ? ? it Ii rled eat : to th rium, ? r before m id? ??? ? ? ?????ut. klndesa and p ith) I ha* s tried I ? ?ci n best, very b? t . Ii. i meet In thai lard vsi?. ?>? peace and har ?? i ;;n !" The perfect ? I - d sli '? ill ? i., . de the eff? ol these te~ word equal, if it did nol surpaai, anythli I < ? pltshed on the ri< area th? woma of the . audience . it waa i fa rev ? i woi tl of thi i la i>. Mm?* ' at! Ined In the : ? u : i i. . ? Ami . . iperb to to thl worn?" who i"' the last . . . > of the ..? the Mel ; use With her ?' i "use oi i lind ha? d ndeed te re? ? ? c The othera In th? performance were Mme, Homer, u B? n er Mr < loi Ita and ..? ... ? ? ,i ,? :? t..i ? ? MEXICAN WAR LETTER SOLD Zachary Taylor Describes Bat tie in Conflict of 1846. Th?' i ile of the Butom ? ' ? .,,.?? ? rge throi of buyer? to Hi .... The htgl ?bt lined was <???. paid by J K I'rake f?<r a on.' imre letter errltten by Ooe I elmar un i ?i comber 2, Thr- sun:?- buyer gave Ml foi n letter concerning the .-?.ttun crop In Mexico written by Prealdenl Za< hai * '" Id at Monterey Mexico, The * o refei to .. battle, In which he says "V .? .-. th, found the dl . i b) a fore? I It . . fighting for thre? . . ? the two .n import r Dem .. l>obb? ? ? n f* pt? ..i the Bi ' ? ? i i w, R. Hi ? >< The toi _.-??-? Ampersans to Give Plays. Inc., a dramatl ! | . ... ? ill pre ? nl t the Me? k'lnl? ' "' |!, -..? ? 11? . 11 i iddl i m |m the a '-: , ,. . ! Richard II? 11, at pn enl In Mexico few aT tab une. OBITUARY. ROBERT T. MILLER Cincinnati, April St.?Robert T Ml >r of thli i Ity, philanthropist and ove of the ' prominent laymen of th?? Methodist Episcopal Church, died I I t>ome here to-day Mr. Miller, who ? ii eighty year? old, was ? student or th? istory of th? Method! t 1 pal Churdh. He waa a member ? ird of trui te j .k committee . irch. i ie had ? mptete llbrai In the United state*- or the i ?;,.* and d ne II ? i ?nomination Mr Ml ?? i i degree Ma i n CHARLES LINDLEY HUNT. The funeral of Charl ? ? -1 ?"' Hunt, died on Wedn? ?I the ; Y . will be held to ' "" Str. i ! ? ? born I ter Count] He .-, mi- to New York when a young n n Kttei teacl ing ? booi .. , tr ; ?ter he ?? ? ? ? ? . -i the coal and I im ?r busine U | he rel ;i. ? . - ... n ei of lb? son. Weeks Hui RICHARD B TREACY lr, N .1 April "|-.,..,,-.. ,0- r-i'V ? ; ? >? ITS Old, It M , manufacturai. died b *d ,-,?? pig ? . . -? I Tr? the last two ye He ? Brool ; n arltl ? " . . , the Ki n Ma t ' l-odge, Bi ?okl; n AUSTRIAN KAISER WORSE Vienna Boerse Prices Fall on Publication o? Bulletin. , A I of P.m ted in Tbe -port ? : ? . (Its i ? ' Tl I t .. | .. ? lama of ? and wen ctory. rapid Boeree ? tin on heall Girls to Play 'Pomander Walk.' The gtrla of Te hei C? vr* ? ? ; ?oi der Walk" at the Bei ?re next Wednesday and Thui ; a \\ elzmiller \n training a I for the ; ?? Ite to r;o .- a plaj, th? I? of a h.''1? are to tl..- ? \ ,..-.-,,? foi ' ' ? - nd Time Curtain Rises To-day AFTERNOON. 2 . 1 5- lad 3:00 Peter Pu i El EVENING. 1:00?-Thi 14th S I ! Whirl of the ' 1:15?High . J * r s * - * <. | Perlmutter. . kel . .EU i ? ? .I loot h .. Roi d Htr? et. SI hop.\>?oi :: d ' nai .I,-. rlc 8 20? - ??: .Mes * ? ;r impy.'??'? il ? ? Anglin.I. erl ? ooka .nth Bl???? l Comed Peg . ' '?i Heart. . ?or? Bald .18th Street 8:25- I ? . i- j? of Three 8:30- ... Th? ' ?i. i i???" . '. ? ? i Hi ''? anted Maxlne El oti i . H ? o ? I .ml?. .?' \ ' .Lon? u re Leonora. r Truth. STOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRES. I:it?Oertnan Stock <o .Irving place Btroi fh< irt .A, M-"1-'""',, N .Brona I . i ;, ,.,,) Ha| ??? Hevell)." ?.;o^ ,| Thuraton a, M* ?n? VAUDEVILLE HOUSES. - ? ?. '..? | 1 . ' ? Hammeratetn'a . v : Mhambra ? ' ?. *:1 ? oloi :..| . ? ? Pula e : i ?. 1:1 I . BURLESQUE. Mat? Dafl Evening. :? 1-.S.1?.Columhis. BARD'S LOVERS DEFY 'GRIM VISAGED WAR' "Great Ones of the Earth" Drop Mexico Bulletins to "Do Him Reverence." SHAKESPEARE MEMORY EXTOLLED BY THRONG Central Park Sees Impressive Observance of 3r>0th Anniver? sary of His Birth. in the excitement caused bv ??. Me] did not ' Mrth . ? [ft Ive In the flesh. as dial . rit. he would have - ir,us adult S ' ?hippers of his and thousands of school chlldr n t? ok occasion to gal -t his ? . . 'entrai far!?, to iio<i< to the lege, to attend - Hid to Invade Kattoi I Arts Clul !or dinner, all In tratlng persona Central Park lebratlon, which t th? of a wreath on Ihakeapeai ? i ? :..? ?most the prograi Thei p. fro I stand 01 I Mull, the Mayo nd I " ' Park Commission? : W.i read an original poen written for p? rcj Macha; c I denl i .v Churchill of th?? Board of Education addressed th" well panned crowd of c?l?brants; th? boya of Public School IS, Manhattan, executed BMsa? hethan folk dances on the vivid f-ras?, to the u. compantmenf of th?-1r own or ch'itra. MISS Marie Illlngton, an Kn<*11sh actress, re.-id the speech of ?""onatanee from "King John"; the papila of the Murrt? High s> ho?d. the Wadlelgti annex, the De U'lft Clinton and Washington Irv? ing high sc: (ViN, under the direction of Dr, Krank it. Ria, sang Bhakespeaiiaa songs; the dramatic ? I ;t> from P '-? hOOl i?-<>, Manhattan. Under the auspice? of the Educational Players' League, save the casket ?cene from ' The Mei-chant of Venice," and Frits t?elber, an actor play? Robert Mantell, delivered the Seven Aires " The Hebrew Orphan Asy? lum hand (Hied In the chinks with music ? nry i leero presided Mayor Mltchel told his audience that relebi f thli * were held in honor of thOM Only ?ho mould fd I p'-o pie's life, ' II ?apeare " he -ontinu.-d. "la not only th? art of expression nnd of form, bul thai of understanding. We n't be Shakespeares, mo?? cf u* hut luire a s] mpatheti derstandlng of his fellow men. In o'ir work In 'his cttv the chief problem of the Ma cor an?' hla (iovernmerit la to n deratand the point of view of the ir man Me urged hla hearer? to read shak? e a" thli would help tl em, as it had ? ped him, to a better understanding of human nat ? ? Park Commissioner Ward emphasised Shakes] f the out of d ion sa lected In all - . -, and thla led him natui to the t of the ? lty*s ? ??. p t picea of t; si - ? of New fork Myra B Martin, ite president, was the one to | ? lha ? | ? the ev? na a ?mal of elghl ? ?crutted from ng ' rtged th? exer? '?i Central ?' rk broke bread at the .rta i 'lub, ' ark. with ? ? ?spears Hem ? ' ' ' the diners that he had served on th.? committee which had in charge the Shakespeare eel tion ? To-da '? ontlnued, "ex-Vlce-Pre*. ? Levl P. Morton. Henry Holt and ? If are the only survlvora of that ? ihle committee " ? ?.? Mackaj te a ted ?.mong others . re " '7.nth fl. Mai ? fohl De Witt Warner and Ch ules Rani \'<-i y elaborate waa l celebration "devised an.' ? layed by -he damsels of the school called Washington Irving." There was a p xfonnance Wednesday afternoon, but the real event came last night, when frlenda and parents of the actresses crowded the Mur;' Theatre In thai Si hool tO ? ? ,v ? how president of 'he t i of Education, read th" prologue, but th? -rirla did all the r<st. The si?i? vas ?-et as the "Highway of the Year?." arid Memory (Ethel poston) stopped the march of the seasons and turned hack the glass of time. Then .ame Shakespeare ?j'ora Ohertler), und after htm Morris danc? re, ai d then, Shah elng ercon rlth Bleep, the various children of hla train appeared and a-ted their parta h> '? re him. Th? rirla of Wadlelgta High school be gan last night the competitive ; .? . - immer Nlgl ' : Dream,' whl. h for- ? ' ':val Two ?..st-; are In the tit on awl the pla will e tly at the a .: giving the la -t two performan? ? It William II Maxwell, tie City Bu ? ? . ither member? o' th? feat) .-?ut were Thomaa w Churchill, Johrl ?adore M, i p i lane) The school i eded Ml ? Jennie Rrskina Murray ? ted as stage manager The oetumea and the art work in the programmes and posters \\?re all prodnoi d by pupils. Meml '? r? of Miss Maud.? Ada.mpany ai with hints as to the correct staging. Educational schoola In itrooklyn, both and privat? a the ?brat i ? rersarj of the Mrth of Shakespeare. Tha Commercial High B I ?-??? the ? rt seen? from a M ? and musk ? i l>a\id a Broody, former Meyer of the old ?it; of Brooklyn, spoke at th? cere montea conduct? d al tl Berkelej (nstl? t ite, "fhe presented s Bhake? ? The Rev. Dr s Parkes Cad-nan acting president of Ad. I phi Co lege, rkv..- an ad? dre ? on Shakespeare ai that institution similar programm?e were given at th? Polytechnic In tltute and all gublls ?ils. Apropoa of th? celebration, It was learned that Mi Hej man I . .n Iton ave . Brooklj i, ha in her Iginal painting "f Bhak? - ? le J. P. Mori to have < of m authentlcll I ? hl? h , , halked lln< n ha on lh< ... a the name of "Mandi I he marks Of. lh? Titian BChOel ?" JACOB RUS TO QUIT WORK "Most useful Citizen" Must Not Write Nor Lecture. ff-apb to Th? Tribun?. 1 Rattle Creek, Mich.. April 23.?The Id ? te Btatement that he has retired per ?Banently from tbs lecture rl??form anil that he will do little, If any. more writing here by Jacob Kiln, the New Vorl. aoclologlet Ph| ? the sanatorium where Mr R ,.n for several weeks tak? ing a rest ,-nre have ., Ivlsed him that his beert troublS bSS reached such a stape that he must not hereafter exert hlmaelf In any manner. As soon as he is able to atand th* jovrney Mr RUs win go to his ssssrtry boca? at llplIngflsW. Mass. In addition to his general weakness he la suffering from an ulcer on his Teft eye MARRIED. EV .N8*-ROBIN80N On Thursday?, April .- the Hotel rjotham, New Torh City, ?Laura B., daughter of the lato John Kelly Kohinson ami Henrietta B Ro II n, to W I.Hani Alosaadot Kvan? : N'CH BURRILL - < >n Thursday. .prll 23, 1914, at Bt. Bartholomew's Church, New ?Zorh City, by the Rev. It Leighton ?Parka, aaalated by th* .-? Wood. Eleanor Uvtaa tei ..f Mr aa-J Mra M? Burrlll, to Franela Ormond ? ? HYDE M Ai.TIN ?>n Wednesday. April 11 at the chantry of Bl Tnomaa*a Church New York ?"ity. by Rev Dr. Ernest M. Btlree, Jean ? - of Mr and Mra Oeorg? Lodovlck McAlpln, to Albert Mae .? I I -, ?!.? Kotteee <f a nrings? ?nd death? mint be ?i-i'i.mpHiiieil by full ??nine Hud -.lilre??. DIED. ? t r hmor? s M ? mee Tltswoi 'h. David K ? 'barloa !.. Ward -lice Dean Ine I Ibrldg? Carolin* nna B BLAKfl A? MUltS, Mass. April 23. Rob? ert Parkman filake. u?ed 43 Funeral h? K ng*a '"oarel 4 p m Friday April M CHARNUBT?At tha Polyoltnlc Hoe pltal, April II, at t a, m.. Constance ?"h.irnley. daughter of Charle? M Cbarnley and the lat* Louisa 1_ Aver ill i'u*\.ral aenrlcea will ix? held In t1" Brich Preebyterlan Church, Fifth ave .inri 27th Bt., 1" a. m. l"ridav In terment l>eertield. MaSS CMcegO ? i ^ please Copy Hl NT At Oeldens Krldi?e, N. Y., on the ?Ith day. 22d In.st . ?hurles I.indley Hunt, In his 72d year )?' moral aervlco? ?rlu be held In Friend? Meeting Henee, Cbappaoua, N. Y.. on 7th day. 1th month. ?:.th, at 2 p. m. Carriages wtu i train lea vins ??rand ?'entrai Bta 12:43 mu? PaarUnga 12 10. It 1s the wtah that no flowers he sent. : El FERTB <?n April 23. 19M, Cath erine Eyre, wife i?f th?> 1st?? John a. I pffertfl In her ITth vear. I-'uneral will be held al the residence of her daughter. Mra. Joseph l> Taylor, 1f),'|i' rii'i h ave . Soi th Aal iry, \. J.. at I ,. clock, Sa turday, iprll MIN?LE On Wednesday. April 22. i Rowers Mln?rie, widow Sampson Q. Mingle Funeral aei the Bel nord Apartments, Rr ladwa ind .?th nt . on Saturday, < al l p in l'hll.idel port, Pena., papers opj RCSHMORE \t Houston, Texas, on Wednesday, April 22, Samuel M, sen i : th? ' ite Thon . i. and Bliss \ TIT8WORTH El red nto rest on Tues Aprll .1. 1314, at Plalnfleld, N. J.. ? l :. . belo ? i of Nettle Potter Service? al his late Madison ave , Plali?letd, N. .'. . on Prlday, April 24, at 2 Ml p. m Carriage? oot of t ,v. a Yorh C ?< i H ' ti. J ). at 1 10 Intern ? I .it corven ? of the l':u WARD '"i Wedneedejr, April 22. 1?I4. ? ? avenue Hotel. N'ew York . Alice l ?ean Ward, d luarhter of the ' n and Pan efa l ?ean Will he held :?t the ? Vfesstab, 1 ? ith at., Friday, April 'i. .it 2 p '.i Interment Cincinnati, i 'lio. Waahlngtoi nnatl pa? ? WOODBR1DOE On April tt, 1914. <"aro Hne, daughter of the late Di Samuel M and Caroline Bergen Woodbridge, Fu lierai aervlcea al her ate reeldenea 191 Hamilton st.. New Brunewlck, N. J , on Bal irday m.'??:. April m, at ?l o'elo. k SHATTAN. .NDERSON Emm? B- 2S4 West I2*th et BAUMOARI-SN, Maurice H. 2!? ?lare nvuit ave., April 2'.' Funeral to-day ? m BEAR, Adelheld? 111? West Farms rd . \" ? : . - red - I -tnera] to-dav at l m FRIEL Tbomaa, 114 Id eea, April II, aged 19. Funeral to day al 2 pm. KASSEBA1 111 West !3Hth - MADRA. '.Mlliam H. HI West lOSth .prll 29 PFLAZ, Hoary ?"? 474 Wool Hfith st.. ?gad 17. ROTH, S'?phia. '^44 Collef? av?., Th* Bronx, April 22, ?gad It Funeral to ?'??<? ??>?? 1011 F'iirk ave April J2 to-day at 1 p. na. BROOKLYN AND! N ?ward A. 2717 Flathuah >.??' 22 ' menu to-morrow a' 4 . . . .ELL, Owen 271 Lincoln av* morrow at !> 11 CNE 'HT. l.o.a IT9 Third Rv? ' : uneral to-day ? ? de Paul'a ?""rvirch. Nor' MON'AH ' ' .rf-nret A.. 1R7 7th eve.. ? ei il to-day. MUELLER, Christiana, 491 Manor ave., - p m. 0 BRIEN, lohn J.. 1368 Baal ?ri? k ave. .\j ? ineral Sa1 irday PERRY, Christine w, 117 Jeroma ??? .prll 2i. in- ? am 1RS. .Ian,. ? '?? . it Anrll IS Alice - " l-fa ave. ? . " Leonard st., ? ? ? p. m ? i ? . vnrll I m SU IT llth St . April .?? ' TURNBCLL, Edward J., .12 Prospect ! ' ? tl 12, lifted 34. I ISLAND COLLINS Floren?.?, 232 Bo?;!evard. !' -ed 33 I.ICHE? PTEIN, Harry T? West Main NEW JER8EY BADO I re F., at N?w Vet ? ? ! ? ? | Jafferson s! ... ? LESLIE. V nlag ave , I ? PHILLIPS, -lie? V . Hackeaaad-, April lay at 9 p. m. n inn. Ap'ii ? - i id day al 3 p a in '?orth Percen. Aprtl ... d i neral to morros at ?? m. VOORIIEES, Norme W 40?? East Jer ibeth Aprl '.'.*. aced II nu.nil ? t i Mi 11 i;ii ?. TUB WOODI.AHN ?IMITTRT. ISM By 11*1 i : 1'rolUf. ? ten.. ... i i ? ' | i T SPECIAL NOTICES. Ilriir.? I ,.? ' r;i^h i Hill died .prll 35 Pun .. i Johaeou i ? nue, Itt.-h ?n.'ii? Hill.