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THE SUN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1903 A
WEBER FIELDSS nmo nmoMll OPEN AGAIN AGAINIl 1 1In
Mll In Il IURLESQVE mRI SQUE TWiT AS ti 1X 1XItKSCHI I ImSCllIllMJIE45 IXinscni
ItKSCHI mSCllIllMJIE45 HA RLE A 4 S THE OLD OUIONES OUIONES1lIlIao OXES OXESlllllin OXESIIIIIAtI
lllllin HnMrll Ii a Queen < urrn of the lI Latin Latin4nrtrr LatinInrln Lattnqnkrtrr
4nrtrr < < anil 1111 Weber bu Field Pete PetePallry Petealll PeteDour
Pallry Dour alll and Louis Mann Are Show Girls GlrliA GlrllA
A Ulnl Dainty None and the Name Pan PanVbpr PanWlbpr PnnVbr
Vbpr A Fields o Ilds succeeded in reopen reopening reopenInlt reopenng ¬
ing ng their theatre last night after a weeks weekspostponement weeksr weeksptponement
postponement r tponemcnt on account of olhat what tho opera operamanagers operarnanagertl operarnnhlagerH
managers would call tho sudden indis indisposition Indlspo ndispnttiofl ¬
position po ll on of Lillian Russell The name nameof namoor nameor
or the latest vehicle for tho fun making makingor
or the Weberfioldlans Is Whoopdeodoo Whoopdeodoowhich Thoopdeodoowhich
which in II as a good a name as any otherwould other otherwould otherwOl1lel
would be in any ciroumatancee ciroumatanceeTho croumatancThe
The book or libretto or whatever it ought oughtto
to bo called was written by Edgar Smith Smithbookmaker Smithhookmaker SmithInnkmaker
bookmaker at all odds of the establishment establishmentand
and ud the music as intimated by Mr Fields Fieldsin
in tho course of tho play was purloined purloinedby
by W T Francis The stage manage management manage1I1nt manageriint ¬
ment was In the hands of B sn rj Teal who wholias whohaq wholitt
lias thus found a new Weberfleld for his hisDescriptions hisntll hisisiflts
isiflts isifltsDecriptlone > ntll ntllDe
Descriptions De > criptlonll of tho dramas produced at ati attlw attlIf
i tlw lie Weber Fields house aro vain Nolfl No NoDUO NonlH
DUO lfl unacquainted with the mysteries mysteriesof
of the t1l methods by y which such plays are areconcocted arencooted areCOn000tSd
concocted could possibly find anything in inthorn InthllII Intiitin
thorn to analyze WhoopdeeDoo Is like
it it4 predlCel iredeeessN iredeeessNIi r rh
Ii contains three funny Germans one onecomic oneOU1lO
comic Irishman one small dude two agile agiledancers agilecltmcertl agiledancers
dancers one experienced prima donna donnawith donnllwith donnawith
with many jewels eweis and the remains of avoice a avoico IIoico
voice one largo fat lady who cannot sing singand singand singand
and one large fat gentleman who takes takesthe takesthe takesthe
the audience into his confidence confidenceThe oonfldenceThe
The three Germans are Messrs Me trs Weber WeberFields WeberFields WeberFields
Fields and Louis Mann Again Mr Ir Weber Weberin elier elierIc
in the financier of the party and currios currioshis carrh18hlK carrkshis
his money in a safe set in his bosom Mr MrFields MrFields MrFields
Fields Is engaged in swindling him out of ofha ofIho ofthe
the ha money monoywith with the kindly aid of Mr Mann Mannwho Mannwho Mannwho
who nets a most talkative hotel keoper keoperLillian ktperLillian kitperLillian
Lillian Kusscll is a queen of the Latin LatinQuarter LatinQunrter LatinQuarter
Quarter and makes her first appearance appearancein
in tho play clad ns S a gentleman in after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon dress In this guise she quite charmed charmedtho charmedthe harmedtho
tho audience but she afterward worn wornRorReous woroorpeous worngorgeoue
with withher withher withher
RorReous gowns and stunning jewels
her accustomed ability abilitySho abilityShe abilityShe
She also sang and as Mr Francis had hadtempoed hadtempoed hadtempoed
tempoed the music to the shorn voice she shemanaged shomanaged he hemanageL
managed to keep up the illusion fairly fairlywell fairlywell
well Just the same the buxom Lillian Lillianis
is i a wonder in her way She is the Ninon Ninondo Ninonrlo Ninondc
do lEnclos of the vaudeville stage Any Anytrustworthy Anytnllltworthy Anytrustworthy
trustworthy biographical dictionary will willtell w1lltell willtell
tell her who Ninon was wasPeter WIIBPeter wazPeter
Peter FPailey F Dalley In the new piece isafly isaflyAmerican is isaflyAmerican a fty ftyAmerican
American engaged in introducing rag time timeinto timeInto timeinto
into Europe He gives specimens sp cilllenll of foreign foreignmusic foreignmusic foreignmtffiic
music translated into rag time The schemedid scheme schemehutjthat schemeelicl
did not work very well with Scotch music musichutjt musichutthat
hutjthat hutjt hat wasrag time timebefore before the thecooneong thecooneongwas W coon song songwas ongWilli
was invented Mr Dailov was in his hl hap happiest happl happist ¬
piest pl st vein last night and he amused every everyone everyone everyone
one including himself himselfEvie hlmseltEvje himselfEvie
Evie Stetson was A young Irish girl with withn withcJIire
n desire to go on the stage She sang a acapital alI1pltal acapital
capital pong about how to make a II musical musicalfarce mll8lcalfarce musicalfarct
farce of which the chorus proved to be ono onoof onoor onoof
of the best things in the work The show showtirls showgirls howirJII
girls irJII were Dailey Weber Fields Kelly Kellymid JI1 JI1lnci Kllyiiiid
mid Mann and they were sin > ly lrre irr irrci isMblt isMbltTo ihl ihlTo 11kTo
To tell of oil the features of Whoop WlinopDe WhoolDeDoo WhoopDeDoo
De DeDoo Doo is unnecessary Every ono will willup willn
up i n und see ee them But mention must b binado brnnde kiiirndo
inado 01 the deliriously dfliclou ly absurd ah lInl antics of ofWeber ofWebr ofWeber
Weber and nd Fields impersonating ptatuw ptatuwnnd FtlltlllDnd tati tatiand
and the prettv chorus and scenic accom accompaniment accompaniment accoinpaniment ¬
paniment to Lillian Russells song aboutthe about abouttho aboutthe
the flowers of Dixie land landTho landThe landTho
Tho costuming was admirable in every everyres everyrfllpect ever everrespect
res reswithout respect brilliant without being gaudy rich richwithout nc ncwithout
without being overdone Mr Teals stage stagemanagement staltemanagement stagemanagement
management wan thoroughly successfulHe successful uc < elsful
He 1 e solved It > lved worthily all the problems problemsmade problemflmllde problemsmade
made by the shallow stage of the house and andno andno andno
no other production has moved with more moresmoothness moreIImoothn moresmoothness
IImoothn smoothness s and delight to the eye
r BAIIRIES NEW COMEDY COMEDYtlofm COMEDYi
J i 1 tlofm lohn Hare and Nina N Jj lioucleatilt llault SncceMfnl SncceMfnlin
r in Little Mary Maryfipetlnl lUar lUarSptrl larySperht
fipetlnl Sptrl 1 Cable Despatch to Tn Tno SON SONLONDON SUNLONDON ausLomoN
LONDON Sept 24 2J J M Barrios Little LittleMary LlttlMary UtthMary
Mary was WII > produced at Wyndhams Theatre Theatretonight Theatretonlltht Theatretonight
tonight It is a piece of chaff on society societythe societythe
the moral being that society eatn eat I < too much muchThe muchIho muchrho
The titlo does < < not refer to any nn character characterin
in tho play but w L is explained at tho very end endwith endwith endeltli
with apologies apolo ies for mentioning the word wordto wordto
to mean stomach stomachThe stomachTime tomachThe
The comedy is a great success especially especiallyfor
for Nina Boucicault and John Hare HareItEAKST HarelIlUllST liarsllt4RST
I
ItEAKST TIIE4TRE DEDICATEDEreck DEDICATED DEDICATEDirerk I Irtlk
i irslty
irerk < < rtlk Playhouse Reproduced ueed at the Lnl Lnlvrrslty Uniersity
vrrslty rslty of California CaliforniaSAN CaliforniaSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Sept 24 2Tho Tho op opAn n ai aithoalre aihoatre aitheatre I
theatre prevented to the University of ofCalifornia oflnl1l0rnla ofUnllornla
California by William Randolph Hearst Hearstwas hearstvio
was WI vio dedicated today The exerclnca exerclncamarked exercillulIIInrked exercicatimarked I
marked the beginning of a dramatic Tea Teatval fe feilval I Ilival
ilval for which long and careful prepara preparation preparalioll preparatitjli ¬
tion had been LJ en made madeTho ma madefin e eTho
Tho structure is an almost perfect re reproduction reproduction Feijiothimctlon ¬
production of the Dionysian Theatre at atHpidaurtis atEpidaurus atE13iiaurIms
Hpidaurtis In Greece It is L made up of oftwo ofI oftwo
two I wo distinct parts tho stage corresponding correspondingtr
tr 10 > the classic logeiqn 10 eio1 and the auditorium auditoriumMng auditoriumhin auditoriuriiwitlg
Mng hin a reproduction of the Greek thea theairon thearron thearoil
iron Tho former is 122 feet long lon by a adptith nI aliitli
< < dptith I lth of 28 2 feet and is surrounded surro tided by a aholid aolid acud
holid cud concrete wall 42 2 feet in bright brightThin hlli I ight ightThi4 ht htThl
Thin Thl > is i enrlchoij pnridI < < by n complete classic classicorder CIMiconler classicoriler
order of Creole Doric columns with stybo stybolato stybolalo stybolain
lain and an entablature pinrofel pjrc d by five cn itmt cnirancoH n nfIIICO
irancoH t its it ends forming two massive massivepylons mMsheplons nmassivopylons
pylons pylonsTho plonsThe pylonsfito
The theatre propor is semicircular In Inform inform Inforri
form and 2ii 2 feet f t in diameter and in divided dividedinto dhIdedirato dividedinto
into two co toitrio ttrlo tiers of seats Tho firstnrks first firstferiw tllltr
feriw r > rl1 is built around nroimn l a level circle 50 feet feetin fcetill feetii
in diameter and flvo and a half feet below belowthe bplowIhf belowthF
the level of the stage Without this circle circletho circleIho circletho
tho seats slope lloJl up 1f gradually until the sInge stngolevel slngoItle sIngefVe1
level is a reached n > This line Ii i marked arohi arohiterturllly archiIt arelmiteitIiralIy
terturllly It > r > turllr by an nisle anciently called the therliazrnu therlia7rnJ timedii
rliazrnu dii zr nu Beyond the t lie diazonii dlazon 1 tho i seats seatsii eitHilf
ilf ii abruptly iihiimpt ly to tho t ho outer wallTh wallrh wall wallThe
The Th dedication was VIlI < followed by the pros presntarion prellULI prosfflUitinn
ntarion ULI ion of 0 t I Aristophaness Birdi On OnSnttirdny Onflturdray OnnItmrday
Snttirdny nItmrday Oct let 3 RncineV Pherirc will willle willIe willle
le given g pn with jf Miss 1i ljas fI Grace Llewellyn Jones Jonesin
in the tltlo tltI role roleTOD rflleTOD rob robrOD
TOD SLOAX FOR TIlE STAGE STAGElie
lie Cable mat Hell Play In Inn Race Racetrack Ra Ratrack Racetrack ¬
track Scene In Checkers CheckersTod CheckerslOl hlkerlTod
Tod Sloan the jockey is in a fair way to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become an actor A job in the racetrack racetrackcene racetrnekIIcene
cene of Checkers a new play which will willhe willh willhe
he h produced at the American Theatre on onMonday ononday oninnday
Monday onday night has been offered to toShim Shim ShimSloan him himSloan himSloan
Sloan Is now no in Paris Iar and he cabled yesterday yestertiny yester rrterday ¬
day day to tho tnanViger of Checkers CheckersAccept CheckfrRAccept CheckernAccept
Accept terms for New York run only
Sail Saturday if possible possibleRiloy porAlbleRiley possibleRiley
Riley Grannan is doing so well making a abook ahook ahook
hook at the roal track that ho didnt car care to totake toIlIke totake
take a job with tho show nhowNew AhowNew8 showewi
New ewi of Playi and PlayersWhen Players PlayersWhen PlaerWhn
When Virginia flamed comes corn Ill to town townw
w 10 > Charles Frohman has decided she will willopen w1lopen willopen
open her season in h her r husbands play playThe
The he Light That Lies In Woman Eyeswhich Eyes Eyeswhich Eye8hlch
which hlch wan produced In Washington Wallhln ton on onMonday onIondav onMoniay
Monday IondavThe
The first students It lelflltl < matinee niatin of the Stan StanliopiWheatcroft StanhnpWhoatwrt StanhlpIWleaterIt
liopiWheatcroft Dramatic School will be beglvim bohJIllext henext
glvim hJIllext next Tuesday rllpt < < lay afternoon In the Savoy oy
Hieatro t The programme in made up upnf upor upor
or Sonla Ponlnnki by C P 1 Alexander Alnxnnderi AlexanderWhltp AlexanderYhlte
Whltp i Lilion by Marie llul Lotiii Lotiiitrotn JoUIRO King KlntSom
Nora II by Uaehrl Crothfr8 Pity adapted adaptedtioni
trotn RIme French by Arthur Shirley and andThe and1h1 nimd1iin
The Three Miss Blddlert by ly Alice YateMGrunt Yates YatNICirnnl Yatesiramit
Grunt iramit
New el efl Vlollnlit In Slake Ills III Ueliut DebutMaurice UeliutMaurice UlbllllltJricl
Maurice lltJricl Kaufmann a young American Americanviolinist Amlrlcanijllnlt MnerlcariViOlillist
violinist who IIOH lma been abroad for tho lat laticii Ja lastcmi t tPII
icii PII years studying and doing concert concertwork flIlLortwork cinicortwork
work IH II to t o return bore he rf for fnra a I tour our next winter winterimler wintermm
imler 11111 mm s the I hI he mnniiKmeiil inn I Ill girimi t of Henry lien ry Wolfnohn WolfnohnIlinMior WolfollllInfOlol SoI fsoimn fsoimnI
IlinMior I InfOlol int or Ocriokn krjok of thoBwlon i hI 1I1lon hOst 0 Symphony SymphonyImheNtrnlubt SymphonyIreh1 SymphonyI
I ImheNtrnlubt Ireh1 I rnllIl in I mis olTiTi n d him Im liii thipoHt t h his post formerly formerlyivtM forrnnrlylIt formerlyimclii
ivtM lIt ld by Mr ir locflliir locflliirKaufmann 1111101uufnann hoflierhaiifnann
Kaufmann in 1 > 1 to make IIJH hj d4bit d < Sbnt here ina in ina
a New York Symphony Orchestra concert concertin
in Carnegie Hall on Nov No 18
MARRIES IllS SONS NURSE XURSEMillionaire NURSBmlllonalre NURSEtlllilonaire
Millionaire Breslin Ha Ills III Mill Hands at atIlls atIlls
Ills House to Celebrate the EentTao Event EventTnov I nnt nntTnoy
Tao Sept 24 Ullundrcda Hundreds of mill n llopora lloporaUVel opera operatives pora poratIve ¬
tives making merry in the home of their theirmillionaire thtirmillionaire theirmilllonnlreeaiployarlastnjglmt
millionaire milllonnlreeaiployarlastnjglmt employer lout night was waan lIq an event eventtint eventthat eventtht
tint lias ha caused almost almo t uz an 8 > i much gossipas gossip
as tho marriage of the millionaire on tho thopreceding thopreceding thepreceding
preceding day The scene of the merri merriment merriment nierrimoat ¬
ment wax the home of Thomas Breslln Bresllnand BrelInproprietor BreslInproprietor I
proprietor of the Waterford Knitting Mul Mliiand Muland
and for many yearn the financial backer backerof
of his brother J H Brettlln BrO Breslin1 > lInl former pro proprietor proprietor propristor ¬
prietor of the Giltiey llsey House New ew York YorkTho YorkTho YorkTlmo
Tho occasion of the assemblage was a areception aflceptlon areception
reception given in honor of Mr Bresllns Bresllnsmarriage BN8linsmarnllge l3reshlnemnarrimige
marriage to Miss Helen Watson Wntfion in Bennington Bennington Benning
ton Vt on Tuesday TU 8dny morning The bride brideis
is II Is 21 IJ years v < < nfl < of ago and the bridegroom bride room is 68 68Miss 601onl 09Miss
Miss Watson was for soverul yours IIJ1 employed employedtut
tut 5 a tiiiwhur fill lhllr in the mill owned by MrBreslin Mr MrlirtHlin MrI1fHlin
lirtHlin but about a year yearago ago she he abandoned abandonedher abandonedherpOBltlon abandonedherposition
her herpOBltlon position and began a course of study as a atrained atrained atrained
trained nurse in the Samaritan Hospital Hospitalin 1I000litaiIn
in this city Some time ago Mr Uresllns Uresllnsson
son Louis Lou II Breslin suffered an attack of ofappendicitis otap ofappendicitis
appendicitis ap ndlcit II and was taken to the Samari Samaritan Sarnaritan ¬
tan Hospital where ho underwent on opera operation operation operation ¬
tion tionIfs I
tionHe He H was attended by Miss Watson through throughout throu h hout ¬
out his hl illness and this brought her in fre frequent trequent frequent ¬
quent contact with her former employer employerMr
Mr Breslin was greatly attached to his hisson his80n hisson
son and upon his recovery his gratitude gratitudefor
for tilt faithful work of the young nurse nursegrew nUNlegrew nursegrew
grew to tender affection and his attentions attentionsfor
for her were so marked as to occasion occasioncomment occnslollcomment occasioncomment
comment Mr Breslin is one of the most mostprominent moetprominent mostprominent
prominent mill ml Mf I owners in this part of the theState theStato theStain
State and his h wealth Is conservatively esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated at 11000000
MIXISTERS j ISTJmj FOR OR JOK 1Ol 1 FOLK FOLKThe FOLKThe POLKThe
The Voting 1oon Missouri UlI oorl noodle Prosecutor ProsecutorGets ProeeutorGet ProsecutorGets
Gets a Boost From Them ThemCOLUMBIA ThemCOLUMBIA ThrumCoLtmxnTA
COLUMBIA Mo Sept 24 4The The Missouri MissouriMission l11f18ourl1IIillllion MissoumiMission
Mission Cooperation Convention the largest largestreligious largestreliglou largestreligious
religious body in the State just before beforeadjourning beforeadjournlnll beforeadjourning
adjourning today adopted resolutions re olutlons in indorsing IndOJHlng indorsing ¬
dorsing Joseph Wlngate Folk Circuit CircuitAttorney CircuitAttorney CircuitAttorney
Attorney of St Louis The resolutions resolutionswero
were voted on by every member present presentonly pr18ontonh presontonly
only only one dissenting IiRRentin vote being recorded recordedW
W W T H Alexander of Paris Mo editor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mercury cast the dissenting vote voteAfter voteAfter ote oteArter
After tho session closed he justified ju tl ed his hisopposition hisoPPollltion hisopposition
opposition by saving I dont think a achurch achurch achurch
church is a place for or politics politicsMost politicllost politicsMost
Most of the ministers wore Folk badges badgesSLOOP badgesSLOOP badgesSLOOP
SLOOP SUNK IN TIlE HARJ1OR HARJ1ORShe
She Was the Marie of Atlantic City CltHlt Hit a aSubmersed aSubmerced aSubmerged
Submersed LOST LOSTThe LocThe LogThe
The sloop yacht Marie of Atlantic City CityN CityN
N J bound hero struck a submerged submergedog
og outside out lde of Gedneys Channel just justafter jllltafter justafter
after noon yesterday and sank There Therewere Thorowere Therewere
were two or three persons on board but butthey butthey butthey
they escaped elca 1 by jumping into their smallboat small smallboat smallboat
boat which they were towing They Theywere ThlYWCft Theywere
were picked up later by a tug Capt CaptScully CaptScullr CaptScully
Scully of the tug James A Lawrence towed towedtho towedthe towedthe
the sunken yacht into Sandy Hook hay baywhere haywhere haywhere
where a Merritt Chapman wrecking wreckingtook wrelklngtook wreckingtook
took charge of her herTHEATRE herTI1EATRf herTIIEAT1W
THEATRE TICKETS TAXGIED TAXGIEDIlrillicit TGlEDDr4lrn TAXOLEDUrorui
Ilrillicit Water ater Pipe Makes a Lot of Trouble TroubleIn
In the Madison Square Theatre TheatreA
I A water pipe in the Madison Square SquareTheatre Squarelhlalre SquareTheatre
Theatre burst early yesterday morningand morning morningand morningand
and the ticket office was flooded Tickets Ticketsfor Ticketsfor Ticketsfor
for yesterdays matindo mutin and the other per performances perfOlI1I1nCeB performuaness ¬
formances this week wee had stuck together togethernnd togethermimi
mimi o lid it was impossible poBSlbl to separate them soibimit so
11 10111 nit the seat numbers could bo ascertained ascertainedTltoiw ascertainroIllo ascertained1lmna
Tltoiw Illo people who ho wanted to see My MyWifes 11 11fe MyWifes
Wifes fe Husbands 11eopiA had to buy admission admissiontickets aelmissiontickets admissiontickets
tickets and then take any an seats indicated by bytho bythe bythe
the ushers The water did damage intime in inthe Inthe
the office of Frank McKee to records dating datingback dntinlbElcl datinghack
back to the days when the late Charles E EHoyt f fHoyt K KHoyt
Hoyt managed the theatre theatrePerry theatrePury theatrePerry
Perry Belmont Leases Kentucky Farm FarniLEzxNoror FarmLEXINGTON FarmLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Ky Sept 24 2Perry Perry Bel Belmont Belmont Beimoat
mont of New York has decided to estab establish cstabIlIIh establlsh ¬
lish a permanent thoroughbred breeding breedingfarm breldlngrarm breedingfarm
farm here and today leased from Charles CharlesLesher CharlesLecher Chnrlelllellher
Lecher for a term of years enrs the latters lattersForkland lattersForkland lattersForkland
Forkland Farm on the Winchester road roadMr roadMr
Mr Ir Belmont will remove to thin farm his hisbrood hiebrooel hisbrood I
brood marcs and stallion Kthelbert It is ishis Ishi ishis
his hi intention ultimately to purchase n farm farmbut farmhut I Ibut
but ns yet he has found none to suit ult him himMagian himIagian him himMagma
Magma by Imp Tho 111Used owned by byMr by1IIr byMr
Mr Belmont Del mont died yesterday e t < rela of colic colicMagian colloMaglan colicmlagian
Magian won tho Whlto 11 1mlti tlJ Plains Handicap Handicapas
as a twoyearold and other races
GIBBONSS HOME WELCOME WELCOMEParade WEUOMParade WELCOMEParade
Parade and Speechmaking Mark ttte Car Cardinals C Cdlnal Carifinsis ¬
dinals Return to Baltimore BaltimoreBALTIUOBE DatUmereDALTIMOilJii HahtlmreBALIIMOBi
BALTIUOBE Sept pt S4 24C4rdns1 Cardinal Gibbous Gibbousreceived GlbboSreceled a1bbo a1bboreceived
received a hearty welcome home from fromRomo fromRome fromRome
Rome today The prelate though some somewhat flamewhat somewhat
what fatigued was In sympathy with theoccasion theoccasion the theoccasion
occasion and entered eagerly Into the spirit spiritof
of the thentfalr affair There was WaAan an imposing Impo ing parade paradein
in his honor and at th the Cathedral the city cityofficials cityollolal cityoc1ais
officials joined with the local adherent adherentaof adherentof
of the Catholic faith In bidding him wel welcome welcome wetcome ¬
comeCardinal comeCardinal come comeCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons arrived from New York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at 3 oclock this afternoon atternmoonMayor afternoonMayor afternoonMayor
Mayor MoLane delivered the address of ofwelcome ofweloome ofwelcome
welcome at the station and twentyfour twentyfourmember twentyrourmembera twentyfourmembers
member of the City Council accepted in invitations Invltatlons invitationa ¬
vitations to be there and at the reception receptionservice receptionervlce receptionservice
service When his Eminence had beenwelcomed been beenwelcomed beenwelcomed
welcomed by the Mayor or Judge Charles Chari W WHeulsler WHeulsler V VHeulsier
Heulsler made a few remarks on behalf of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Catholic laymen of the city to which the thoCardinal theCardinal theCardinal
Cardinal responded He then was escorted escortedto
to his carriage and preceded by the mountedpolice mounted mountedpolice mountedpolice
police the carriage of the Mayor and the theCouncilmen theCouncilmen theCouncilmen
Councilmen the Marshal and his aides he hewaa hewas howas
was driven to the Cathedral CathedralAt
At tho Cathedral the Cardinal reviewed
8000 marchers from a stand each society societysaluting societysaluting societysaluting
saluting as it passed The Cardinal then thenentered thenentered thenentered
entered the Cathedral and as he did so he hewaa heWaA howas
waa greeted by seventysix young women womenfrom womenfrom womenfrom
from the Cathedral parish One of these thesehanded th08ehanded thesehanded
handed 1dm him a bouquet of sixtynine red redcarnations redcarnations redcarnations
carnations red being the Cardinals color colorf colorandM9theaceof colorandm3atheageof
andM9theaceof f the distinguished prelate prelateThe prelaterhe prelaterhe
rhe reception services inside were wereelaborate wereelabol1te wereelaborate
elaborate Mayor McLano and the City CityCouncilmen CityCouncilmen CityCouncilmen
Councilmen had reserved seats in front near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the middle aisle while the remainder of ofthe orthe ofthe
the seats were occupied by the other guests guestsThn gIlefltllrho guestsThe
The Cardinal made an address and special specialruuslo 8peclallUuslo specialmusic
music was rendered After the service servicea
a II reception took place in the Cardinals Cardinalshouse C4Idlnalhou Cardinalshouse
house hou to which a few of his friends were wereadmitted wereadmlttel wereadmitted
admitted
Schwartz IichrtlIolmel IichrtlIolmellIADIlloN ehwsntsIloImeaMAnIsom Holmes HolmesMADIROX
MADIROX N J Sept 24 Z4Davld David louls loulsSchwartz 1011111Schwartz lommlsSchwartz
Schwartz of Lakewood and Miss Audrey AudreyHolmes AudreyHolmes AudreyHolmes
Holmes daughter dau hter of Mr and Mrs Robert RobertB
B Holmes 1I01m 8 of Madison were married today Intirace in inGrace InOrne
Grace Episcopal Church the ceremony being beingperformed beln belnperform beingperformed
performed perform 1 by the Rev E 1 K E Butler Chauncey ChaunceySpners ChaunceySpe ChaunceySperms
Sperms Spe rs and Abraham B Cox of New York Yorkworn Yorkwpro Yorkwers
worn the ushers and Herman Schwartz Schwartzbrother Sohwrtzbrother Sohwartabrother
brother of the bridegroom was best manMiss man manMiss manlIIM
Miss lIIM Natalie Holmes sister of the bride bridewas bridewa bridewas
was wa maid of honor honorAmong bonorAmonII honorAmong
Among the guests uuts were the Hon E T TBartlett TBartlett TBartlett
Bartlett Justice of the Huprerao upremo Court of the theState theHtata theState
State of New York Mr and Mrs 11 D Speers SpeersMiss SpeerslIIRS 9peersNiss
Miss Kpeers Mr and Mrs It IL H Williams WilliamsMr Williamsmlr I
Mr and Mr Mrs S T Tleters Peters Mr and nd Mrs Henry HenryK HlnryJ
K J Fanehi FonchlL Mr and Mrs Louis V Thebaud ThebaudMr Thebaudllr
Mr and Mrs William H Mac MICY 2d Miss MissRandolph MI MIHamlolph MisRandolph
Randolph Mil Taylor Miss Blanchard BlanchardIr
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