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ptijrdTnlrpat FII fd T1 Tv Irr It Ut thr tl Vlaltlorf to the Kntlrr IntIreaIhraettnn Kntlrratlifactlon ntr ntralhfaclon
atlifactlon alhfaclon of an fl Audience udllnce tidIne of ofrartuntf ofCiradualls ofradUfltes
Ciradualls rartuntf I ntlrrKraiUiatcs and ani Ail Ailmlrlns tinIrIi d dmlrln
mlrlns nIrIi Women omrnSome Some Pleasant Muile Muiletvcry Miiictvery hllict
tvcry t Princeton rooter rootr and rootereaa rootereaar rooterMIhin rootorethn
r thin striking 1ikinp distance of the thl Waldorf Waldorfwas
was w s on hand yesterday afternoon arernoon or last lastnicht IBt IBtnilht Lastnight
night nilht or 01 both to see 111 how The Duchess Duchessof Ducles Duclesof
of Hliiflshire lurshire was wal going oin to measure up to toth toth tnth
th productions which the 1 rianglo Club Clubhasfliven Cluhhas Clubhas
hasfliven has giVfl i in former years ea1 If theucutter theucutterirc thA scater scaterin cutter cuttering
irc in > torment omments of the thf audience as it edged edgedIts epe
Its Is way out of ff the ballroom bnlroom in the after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon
noon were ere a means meanl of determining what wlmtion whatsort
ion 1011 of nn In impression was being hein taken takenawav takenaiV takenaway
away aiV it i is n safe ffe bet that the Duchess Duchessproved Duch Duchessproved f fprolNi
proved o ohe be a lady of th the most mOlt agreeable agreeableenrt apreeahlt
enrt 111 Moreover Mor cover a lot of the musical numb nunbr num numbrrs
brrs b weie PIP so well wel received recelye that the show showhad showbad show1ad
had to be lJ stopped in several places plce to sup supply SIP SIPply supply ¬
ply enough enru h encores encoresRut encorsHut encoresBut
Rut then thenlwerybodYalway everybody everyhothnlways always goes oea to these theseplijs thl thlpl tbesepltvs
plijs pl vnth rith ith tho to intention of having a good goodtime goodtim goodtime
time There were tho usual uSlal numbers number of ofold ofle ofthl
old le graduates who always turn out when whenever w hen henver ¬
ever 111 the horizon assumes aSlll1 an orange ornge and andbUcK andblack andblack
black hue hut they liked lked it because becausoit it came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from Princeton 1lnceton if for no other reason reasonThen reMonThln reaonThen
Then Thln there were weretho the graduates graduate who had hadbeen hadhpn hadhesri
been mixed up in n dramatics drmtc when they thevwpie theyr thovwere
were r in college colel and who lovn 10 the smell smellof smel
of powder Also 180 present were unlimited unlimitednumbers Inl1ild Inl1ildlumbNI unlimitedaurnbers
numbers lumbNI of undergraduates who had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come to the city expressly fr the purpose purposeof
of pointing pointil out Olt the features featlres of the play to tocertain toNrtnin tocertain
certain Nrtnin nice looking Jookinj young YOlng persons perons with withleinings wih wihIpanings withleanings
leanings toward Tiger Town In the thef theI
I S f fproon Iternoon ternoon there were innumerable innumer ble mothers mothersand motheand
and sisters and very bests bet and next nest to tobests tobtf tobests
bests btf besides beidM delegations relepatons from lots of ofgirls ofgirl ofgirls
girls girl schools ecoole who had the time of their theirlives theirIhes theirlives
The Duchess really realy has his a plot Of Ofcourse OfurI Oftnurse
course urI it isnt int a profound plot but there thereis
is a story It all al happened on the shores shoresof 8hore 8horeof
of lake lkl Como which as rs ds every conscien conscientious cnscen cnscentious conscientious ¬
tious tourist tour touristknows lt knows is situated in northern northernItaly norher northernItaly
Italy Itly It appeared appared that a certain Jfr JfrCharltmagne JfrCharltlagne Mrhar1rnagne
Charltmagne Barrett Barrer being an American Americangentleman Americn AmericngeDtltman Americangentleman
gentleman of an artistic artstic nature had hadrented hadrente hadrented
rented rente a villa via by the lake with his exceed exceedingly excd excdinply exceedingly ¬
ingly inply loquacious loquacous wife wie She remarked remarkedearly remariedrary remarkedearly
early in the first frt act that she was anxious anxiousto
to get back to a place plic where there ther were werepeople wer werereople
reople like Jkl herself herelfwhich herselfwhich which place plac many manyin
in the audience audienc thought it very unlikely unlikelythat unliely unlielythat
that she Ihe would find fndand findand and thereupon thereupn Mr AfrBarrett MrBo MrBarrett
Barrett Bo rrett reminded her herthat that t ha t he had planned planneda planne
a house hou party to divert divlrt her restless restes nature natureThr natureTh natureThe
The Th Duke of Bluf Blut Burshire shire it developed was wasalready waslrladya wassiready
already lrladya a gutstat guest at the Barretts Bnrrt and when whenhe
he h learned learne that his wife had 111d been invited invitedalso invitedalEo invitedalso
also the old scamp sCmp arranged to have her hercoich hlr hlrrach hereoch
coich rach held hlld up by a band of the tie very blood bloodthirttiest bloodthirtist bloodthirstiest
thirstiest sort of brigands brilnds and to have havehis bn bnhis havehis
his I tiresome wife kidnapped The bandits binditsget
get 11 away with the holdup all al right and andalso andalfo andabo
also with the Duchess Duchels but that ladys ladysmaid ldys ldysmaid Ladysmaid
maid Jant Jnlt Bnller Barter escapes f8CapeS with the fam family famny family ¬
ily jewels and turns tur IID lp at the Barrett Barrettriiguised Barretl Barrcftsiiguised
riiguised ci guilld as the Dueus DlehfS Of course cun the theDuke thelule theJuIe
Duke lule cant admit aemit that he has planned plannedto jlonNI jlonNIto
to have IU1e his n wife ife run away with wihnthll withthat that is ish ish ish
h can cant t in a comic op opra ° ra without spoiling spoilingeverything Ipoing Ipoingso spoilingeverythingard
everything everythingard ard so he hI pretends pllt < uds that tho thoOu thofl theu
Ou fl u cicms maid is the th Ichetf F L LCurmnghun I ICunningham LCurningham
CiC A 1eICt
Cunningham 00 vrh 1 > H j the tl9 president presidentof
of the th club cuh this year > ear EiU and also one on of the theauthois tho thoauthors theauthors
authors of the hook payed the part prt of ofcnr ofa ofIcne
Icne cnr a nt and he was a hit from start strt to torish tofe to3rish
rish 3rishIonfq rishJamei ish ishIamt
Jamei Iamt ric Maprn fal1 Hmiifi lcrti nn In American Americanwith Arm Anuricanwith > rican ricanilhsl
with ilhsl sicb sue h a breezy IHff7 personality n as played plavedby
by r N F I Carroll fO o 1 that < hevn h IVI va nearly nearlyn ntulyI
n I typhoon t and Jacob Jfeob BiIFul ld fl Vtinlanitcr VtinlanitcrIrm finlandu finlanduIrm in fonder fonderfr
Irm fr ni Chicago lhica o enacted bv a promisine Irmlil promlsinfreshman
freshman named K i M 1 Barnhirt Jrnharl elect electthenselves eJectIhr electtherrelvea
thenselves Ihr elve members member of f the hoit > e party plrtv1hen
Iheie > also a1 appear appearJrl Jfrs Barrcfs Barnltf niive niiveone nilI nicceiine f
one Dorothy Darling Darlng whose coiflure and andpeach andppach andreach
peach basket hit hlt are tupportei by b bRrwn
Rrwn Rronn Iolion 10 nnd a stalwart hero heronamed J1cronamtd heronamed
named namtd Jack Levii le1i who according to toiheauthorsisayouthof 10Ibeauthors toIbeauthors
iheauthorsisayouthof Ibeauthors iF is a youth of 3ye 5 years Iccordinf < irs smitten smittenwith mllen mllenilh rni tten ttenwith
with ilh the charms chimls of the said ai Dnrotliu Dnrotliunnd Onrotl
nnd vho vhn is i enacted enactec by S C Potter 1U 1UThen 1 luThen
Then the th complications complctions complicate complicateaiiE complete completealle
JaU aiiE appears wearing wfarinp n necklace It the thebnlliince tht thebrilliance
brilliance briilnc of which dazzles the eyes e of ofHcrdia ofHardif ofBardi
Hcrdia Hardif j and Ytinlander Wenlnuda to stick flch an eilen eilenthat extenthat xtenthat
that they make a bet about its genuine genuineness eauine ¬
ness 1 oss finlanier climbs clmbK tip ti a trellis trellicinto trlip trlipinlo trellisIntO
into the maids mlidf room rom while she he is il out outand outnd outsncj
and nd comes comps hack with wih the neckLace needa so sothat sothat sothat
that they the can decide cecide the bet ht Just then thenihe thenihe henhe
ihe he discovers difover8 that thI it is gone and the ex exritoment exfitemnt exeltenient
ritoment which follows folows makes a lively
finale fnle to act act one It takes most of the thefecond theicond theiscond
fecond icond act Ict for ncA to prove that he is isfond i ifonl ifond
fond fonl of Dorothy and ind ae that she didnt take takethe tke tkethe takethe
the necklace although Ilhough circumstantial circumstantialevidence crclmstantia circumstantialevidence I Ieldence
evidence points at her At the wrong
time the real rEa rea duche s f tunm up and gives givesth givesthe ive ivete
th te the duke a 1 sad few minutes minutef explaining explainingthings explaminl
things 8 Then he ndds to the general generalconfusion senerl senerlconfuson generalconfusion
confusion confuson by declaring that thlt the th old neck necklace neckN necklace ¬
lace N was only paste after all allThere al allThere
There Ther were were some 80mI lines lnel which seemed seemedto 8emed 8emedto
to amuse the audience audienc When the real realduchesu realduches realduche
duchesu duche enters enter1 and asics Is this Jfr JfrBarrett JlrBarrel MrBarrett
Barrett Barrel and wife Mr 1rl Barrrtl Barrltl respond respondsNo
No this thi is Mr 1r < Barrett Baret and husband husbandEen huslmndEIcn husbandEven
Even the thehE1 hero is permitted pennittd to be b flippant flippantat flppaut flppautat
at hmes tmC A man Ian never forgets forsel to re lemeinber rememher reinetnl
meinber inetnl > i he h remarked at one point pointbut pointbut pointbut
but a girl always remembers rememherF to forget forgetArthur forget forgetArthur
Arthur H Samuels OP wrote almost almost1I almolt almoltal
al all 1I of the music Mr 11 Samuels Rlluel also con conducted condJctld conductod ¬
ducted dJctld the th undergraduate orchestra orchestr with withthe withthe withthe
the utmost complacency except when whena whln whlna
a poorly poorl aimed < bouquet houluei canned cauted him to toduck toduck 1
duck his h s head Once or twice the th vol volleys volleys 01 01leys ¬
leys cf rf flowers came so fast flst that thaI Mr Mrnamuels llr1 llr1mlels Mramtiels
namuels mlels was Wil in danger dnnper of syncopation syncopationbut syncopa fai
but he h seemed to b he ns full ful of nerve na nahe 1 ashe
he was of music and never once did dil his hisuttle hi hiUtIle hishttje
UtIle stick falter N F Carroll Carrol supplied suppliedmos
mos of f the lyrics One of the unrigs unrigswhich iongswhich
nls nlshich
which pleased was Terpsichore in inwhiih 1 inwhich
which Hirrtir Hrdir and Dor DortFi nrthl thy assisted alsisteel by hyIhe lWthe
the twelve little llll girl 111 exhibited fxhibled their theirnimbleneas theIrimhleness therIlinihienesa
nimbleneas to a chorus which ran ranT rauTrp ratT
T Trp rp rpsrore cSorc or TcrpMrhorr T rrolhorr novel steps sic unlore unloreflroutliM 1 siiloretIroeie lor lorPlro1Jle
flroutliM Plro1Jle mlnum mlnu I dances by the th score scoreMrrj acorrMrr corrMr
Mrrj Mr whirl tilrl < f anry nc > t twirls lrH people most mo adore adoreVnrn sdoroIrrin doreiMrrlnn
iMrrlnn Vnrn pMmliir Pantng most rntranclnjjTcrfislcliore rntranclnjjTcrfislcliorewo enlrncn1crlsllore enlrncn1crlsllorernfA rntrencin TcrpslctiOre TcrpslctiOreJonas
Jonas rnfA two wo songs on g I Was Never So S Put PutOut PutOut PittOut
Out and Im In Wrong Wrng were well wcl done
1 by Mr Ir C Cunningham whose adroitly adroitlyclumpy adroitlyclumsy
clumpy dum y manner Tnner of handling handlng his hf skirts skirtsrnade sirtsIar skirtsriaq1
rnade Iar laughter Iluphtel Then there was wal a quiet quietlittle
little hil song called eal d Fairyland which was waswritten wasnln wasV
V written nln by E P Nevin II 1 a son lon of the
lat It late Kthelbert JthelhErt X Nwin vin Mr Nevin also nlsolAda Ilso Ilsotad alsolad
lAda tad 1 hand in inoreof one of the theopening opening opning choruses chorusesAlong choruseAlog choruseaAlong
Along Alog near 11111 the end fnd of the play was a num ¬
her 111 railed aied The Villagers V agers in which whichtwenty whIchthIIY whichtsfltyor
twenty thIIY tsfltyor or thirty of the chorus including Inctdin InctdinI
the I girU irl were Wfre looking for tho lost lostJ 108tJP lostJiw
J JP Jiw eLo E G Bothwell Bothwel lookinl 09wrote Owrote the thefor thebU themusic
bU music 1 for the song songSSHS sng sng221S I
1 12271S
SSHS 221S MILLIOX U IIJW llOLLill It tllMOttl tllMOttlMir HUII HUIIlr 1 ll1O1IYlIp
Mir lr lIp and Inll Building Olllln Mill 1 Coot IrmTIian 1111 4U Than Old OldMli Oldu IPlilSite
Site u mil nl Hell 11 For ForThi ForThp Forht
Thi Thp ht slew armory annor for the Twentysfcond TwentysfcondRegimont Twentrfpconl TwentrfpconlRp iwentysecontlRegimens
Regimens Rp lmnt of Engineers JnKineerl N i L X > V m mto iH iHIn isto
to lie I built buit on n 1 site Pie which hn hal been 11 fn ac aciniieil acfulnd acflUii
fulnd flUii iniieil eil by the Armory llouid 10uII at Fort Fortnnhingion FortnRhinjlon Forta
nnhingion nRhinjlon a shlngi un avenue Ienun and anj a nil 168th 16Sf h nnd Inll a ml l 1rlh 1rlhtllltP iYtt ith ithutectH Ii Iirerts
utectH tllltP ine ne cost of tho silo ile wn wal was S IIOO tl one 000nrl oneirid
Ind nrl the estimated cent of the new armory ArmOr ArmOrblldinj
Itillilirig blldinj in i tnr SfZOO tflOIO > 0 < JO Tim construction conltruclion of ofIlin oftht oftlis
Ilin tht now Iw building hlldhlj will wil bo bogun IJgul na Il noon noonfx on onIIf
fx the IIf Armory rmoy Board arranges for the theHe thesle
He 11 sle of fr the present armory at llioadwuy IIIIIIIY
sari Inrl hlxtyoovcnth SItYventh Hired Mlront Thnro Tllr will wil I Itn Itnno hono
no 1 difficulty rinJulty in soiling lolng I ho plot plo without withoutilelay
May In fact the only trouble trolhlo the thl board boirdluiving boardII
II Is having Illylll In II i in determining which it itriall itshall
shall hll accept of the the several iovero I offers orfr made mlcle for forinn or orIh
inn 1 Ih hI pmperty Irperty The hf highest hl he t of the offers offersnude oIerN oIerNrnadA oilersrtiarje
nude to the I board for fo I ho ground rolnd is isl hih1Wi
l h1Wi IVinoo 110 but hit some 10m of tho mernlxTB rellr of oftne oftl ofths
tne tl hoard think that n 1 still Itll higher price pricer
11 < un r n > bn I obtained for the land The Jhe 81t 81ttt idLe idLeciLt ite iteiptt
iptt ciLt tt the city ct In tail II I J2 V3OW 710 <
Emplojeea of th the Domrtt floardof of r Water Supply SupplyHave Suply SuplyHave SupplyHave
Have Mails and a Banquet BanquetPoroHKEEpsiF Daqu enqfletPCrOIIKEEPSIF t tP
PoroHKEEpsiF P OUKEEPSU April Apri 17 1The 17The Ths em employees empIIPC employeos ¬
ployees pIIPC of the New York Board of Water WaterSupply WaterSpply WaterSUpply
Supply Spply had a jollification jolfction and outing outng at atXew atXew atNew
Xew Paltz Ialtz today toay followed folowed by a minstrel minstrelentertainment minstreland minstrelentertainment
entertainment and banquet bnquet tonight tonightfeature A Afeature Afeature
feature of the minstrel min trel entertainment entertinment was wasthe waBthe wasthe
the following folowlng amusing parody parodyWall prody
l Wall Wal 5t till ti itt lh the dam Is finished finishednrt nnlhed nnlhedI
I nrt the waters rolling rolinI hl high hlehWe highWe h hWe
We will wil be happy Waldo dont you sigh stchUown sighDown sl h hDown
Down Aqueduct we e will ll 1 wsndrr wsndrrHobrrt wandcrflobert anderHobert
Hobrrt jou 01 Oti inrt Ind I IAY IWalt Ialt
AY Walt all till ll the dam la finished finishedH nb d dI
H I his > and In bj bjTune blTlne byTune
Tune Tlne Arnh Wannsh WannshI Wlnnsh WlnnshI
I don dont t want a better be Ier banner than H W S SIs SIhat Sl
Is l that nil Il rIght Ob yes yesThrmich yestThraugh es
Thrmich Thmu h summers eummel hut het and winter snow snowe ano anoWe snowVe
We e all al will wi work wor with might and main mainWere mlln mllnWere maInVcre
Were with wlh you every man manFor manor menFor
For or Lug 11 ChIt Waldo aldo we will wl do doThe doThe dorhe
The tty er best we ran ranTune eanTiDe canTune
Tune TiDe Tammany TammanyThere Tamm Tammsnylliicrc n n1hrc
There Is a Job we have to do of It I we hate to totell tolel totell
tell tellAlthough lel tellAlthough
Although Alhourh we do It even e I day we hat hat It Itworse I Itwore
worse wor than Ilan hell hellAna hel hellAnU I IAmI
Ana when we quit QI11 at It six oclock and Iml ride home homeIn
In 110 the tins tinslet 11 hii hiie
We > e feel so s awfully awrnly tired tlr d that we only onl swear swearand swearand swearnd
and nd ciis CI <
horu Chorl ChorilTopography < horuTopography
Topography topocriphy topocriphyWe IOI rph rphIr
We W Iti lit lur those rods around aolnd all 11 day daylather d dayIather y yIather
Iather lie down on Broadway BroadwayTopography nroldwayl nroldwayloporraphy BroSdwallopography
Topography topoiraphM topoiraphMMjhl loprraph loprraphiht topographNight
Night iht It I Hlslit ulll Itt IttMrtrh U UIclrh Ill4kefrh
Mrtrh Iclrh It It WreUhrtl WreUhrtlTopography Wrethed WrethedToporaphyl ret4iedlopotraphyt
Topography TopographyTunp ToporaphylTlnc lopotraphytfiuae
Tunp Tlnc flood Old SummcrTlme SummcrTlmeIn SlmmerTme1 SlmmerTme1In
In the Ib good old summer lmmer time timeIn tlmIn timeIn
In the rood old slimmer 61mmfr time tlrarWe tme tmeWe timeWe
We stadia rods around aroundnd
tug those Ibol sadla Irolnd Irolndnd
nd we survey slrvy the line lineAnd In InAnd linend
And nd when they Ih tale tbe transit back backWhy haekWhy backthy
Why thats a very r good rod sign signThat ern ernht signThat
That ht some sme dam reading r dont I check up upIn lp lpII upIn
In II the good old summer lmm r time timeThe 1m 1mThe tImeThe
The celebration celebraton was to mark the thl open opening opening opening ¬
ing of ho new offices oflces of the AVallkill WaJki divi division division dlvislOt ¬
sion slOt of the Now York water walO supply The Theengineers Thelnginee Theengineers
engineers and employees employo from nve ftvo sta stations station stalions ¬
lions tion took tok part prt in the festivities festivite which in included include ineluded ¬
eluded clude a championship basketball baskelbal game gamebetween gamehetween gamebetween
between the executive eJclti ofHce ofce of Pough PoughIceepsio Pougbkeepie Poughkeapsie
Iceepsio keepie find the team tem from the Peekskl Peekekilt Peekekiltdivision Peek alt ill illdivision
division diIslon a minstrel mintrel parade of the Bridge BridgeCity Bridpe BridpeCty BridgeCity
City Cty Athletic Club of Poughkeopslo Poughkeople with withbrass wih wihbrass withbrass
brass band bndl and finally faly the banquet bnquot which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was attended atenae by many well wel known New NewYorkers NewYorer NewYotAers
Yorkers YorkersBIFFALO YotAersHI
Yorer YorerBfEFHA
Both Combined Will Wi Ole the te Next Nel DIE DIEGarden BI5Garde BI BICartlen
Garden Garde Snow SnowCol ShowCol w wCol
Col Col William Wiiam F Cody ia i s not to t go it italone italone italone
alone thin thil year and boa h taken tten on a Far FarEast FarEast ar arFst
East show under the ti direction dil of Major MajorGordon MajorGordon Majorordon
Gordon W Lulls Iile who la also known as asPawnee asPanel asPawnee
Pawnee Panel Rill Ri Th The crruiiied m led show showBuffalo showsBuffalo howiBufalo
Buffalo Bufalo Bills BiB Wild Wid West and ad Pawnee PawneeBills Pawne PawneaBills
Bills Ris Far East will wi open in Madilon Madilon8juar MadisonltIare Madison MadisonKiinre
I Kiinre 8juar ltIare Garden on the th night Dght of Tuesday TuesdayApril TuesdayApti TuesdayApril
April Apti 27 7 There will wi be elephants ellphant and andcamels andcam andcamels
camels cam 15 this year and nil al the th wagons wagonshorses wlgons wlgonshorsts wagonshorsos
horses horsts and and paraphernalia prphlnaJa will i enter the theGarden th thGarden theiarclen
Garden on the Saturday tlrav night thnt the thecircus thecircus thecircus
circus leaves I ael This will w l give Iie Johnnv JohnnvBaker JohnnvBaker JohnnyBaker
Baker only < two days llys and nights in which whichto hichto
to prepare prEpar all al the scenery scnery There There is i to tobe tob tobe
be b n I desert eeene sene as a contrast to the thepictures thepictures I Ipicturts
of the
pictures plains plineCol plainsCol
Col Cody will wi ns a usual Isual head his hi troop troopof
of cowboys and other rough riders rider and andMajor andI andLIajor
Major Lillle will be the active manager managerof
Lilp wi actve manaper manaperof
of the combined exhibitions For the theFar theFar theFar
I Far East part of the show Hhov there theT have been beenengaged ben benfnra beenengaged
engaged d Cingalese lin ale6e Australian Australan boomerang boomerangthrowers boompmnp boomerangthrowers
fnra throwers Dahomians Dahomian1 Russians Rusl n Hindus HindusJnrwmesi HindusJOPHnes H indueJananese
I Jnrwmesi and ani Arabs ArabsThe ArabsThe
The Th football fotbal horses hQres with wih the big hi pigskin pigskinwill pi pigskinwill skin skinil
I will il have more mo gridiron bittlcs bItles with red redskins redskins redskins ¬
skins and cowboys as the fighters f hlErA in the thecame thegame
came me The old stage fta e coach will wi figure figurein 1 lrl
in a holdup holdlP bv Indian twice a day da in inthe inth inthe I I
the th Garden for forthr three weeks wcpkl As Ala a contract contractto cnim t tto
to this there will wil bo a holdup of the desert desertcaravan de desertcaravan r I Icaravan
caravan and 11 somebody onody will wil be I stolen stolenand Joen Joenand stolenand
and held nh a hostage h081ale hv w wid wild ilcl Dervishes Dervishesyens Uervishl8 Uervishl8ImS tervtshesiirs
yens ImS OF 0 p rn 11 iins t 1i s LI ti n nlrn IfnFlt IfnFltIt i141E11S i141E11SLets
Lets It llrlilt to Begin 11IIn 1IU Il 1ll Control or the theBroatlea j I IIrolla
llroatlna Irolla Theatre Thrltrc on Ha Ia iay I ILew ILow I ILew
Lew Fields Fii 3 who becomes becol the manage mangl manigerof I Iof I II
I of the Broadway Theatre on May I an announces annotlnres ¬ I Ii
i nounces that the firs fr8 attraction atrction at that thathou thathouse I II
hou houRI house e under his rule rle will wi b hI 10 < William WilliamFaversham Wiiam WiiamFavlrsham WilliamFaverehiim
I Faversham Favlrsham in The Woild Word and Ind His Wife Wifein
in in which Mr Favcrham Fuverfham played plved al Dalys DalysTheatre DalysIheu
Theatre Thlurt Iheu t re Mr r Invershams Iaershaml engagement engagementat enggem nt ntat
I at Fioldsa Fi ld8 Broidway Theatre will wi be begin begin begin ¬
gin Monday Ion ay evening Mir h Mr 11 Faver Faversham FaverBMm Faversham ¬
sham will wl be followed folowed at the Broadway Broidwnyby BrodwovI
I by The Midnight Sons by men Icon McDonoiieli Mcflonough Iconou
oiieli ou h and Raymond Hubbell HubbellI Hubbell HubbellThe
I The Shubertp announce InnOlnc that one onl of oftheir oftheir ofthek
I their final fnl spring dramatic rrmltio productions productionswill productionswi
will wi be The Revellers Hcyeler a new comedy comedvby comedV
by Charles CharlcI Richmin of modern city life lifeThe Jp JpThe lifeThe
The piece will wi open out Olt of town and will willthen wi willthen
then coma core to New York YorkA
A performance of Goethes Iphigenia Iphigeniain
in Tatiris is IF to bf bp > given liven at the Wnldorf WnldorfAfirorta WnldorfAIorl WaldorfAstoria
Astoria AIorl anrs Hotel on Monday evening under underthe lndeI tinderthe
the auspices of the Ctermaniatic Qrmanlstc ooiety 9ocletyOh ooietyof Qlety
of America The performance has ha been beenarranged ben benarranged beenarranged
arranged for the benefit bne t of the members membersof
of the cost all al of whom were in the com company companv cornpany ¬
pany of the new German Theatre Thetre The Theroles Ther TherOles
roles r leq have been distributed as follows followsIphigenia folows folowsIphigenia followsIphigenia
Iphigenia Miss Mils Hertwig ledwilLRlicher Reicher Thoa ThoaKino Thol ThooaKind
Kino of fliP I Tavriana Heinrich Marlow MarlowOrrHtt MarlowOrlRle MarlowOrestes
OrrHtt OrlRle Ferdiand Steil Puadet PIadt Kurt KurtGrosser KurtGr KurtGrosser
Grosser Gr sser and Akai A kl Carl Sauerrnann SauerrnannOLD 8auerann 8auerannorl Sauermann4Th
Bishop Olstop Poole Klllt KII Hlmwlf 11m on the theTrack te teTack theTrack
Track Tack at Los LB Angeles AnKeletFos Alelel AlelelLos Angelesv05
Los ANGELES GFLF Cal April Apri 17 1D8 1D8pondencr 17Dcspondency De Despondency ¬
spondency over his 11 m fortune with his hishorses hl8horsB himhorses
horses horsB this thll season salon and grief over the pas pascage pastase passage
cage of th the < California Calforia antibetting antbettnc law lawcnu lawcued lawcatised
tase cnu cued ed O W V Poole Pole familiarly famiarly known know as asBishop asBshop asBishop I
Bishop Bshop one oneof of the theoldetand I oldest and best bt known knownhorsemen knownhorlpmln knownhorsemen
horsemen horlpmln in the country conn tn to commit aol suicide all allcile aolelite ¬
elite cile at the Santa Anita Anit track today He Helashed le lelashe Heslashed
lashed lashe hi wrist wrilt with wih a razor f7or and to t make makedeath makedeath makedeath
death sure fure swallowed walowed carbolic crblo acid acidPoole acidPoole
Poole 10011 was wa a native of Kentucky and had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben racing for twentyfive twrnty v year yeaIl He Hewas Hea Hewas
was a one of the old guard that included includedEd incuded incudedEd
Ed Corrigan Dave Waldo and Tom TomStevens TomSlevens TomStevens
Stevens all al of whom were ere the central centralfigures cntral cntralfglree centralfigitreit
figures fglree round 8 Chicago Chlco fifteen fften years yef ag agThe ag3 ag3The go goThe
The old turfman had a few horses hons hero herohaving heroha herehaving
having ha ving lost 10lt his best bst ones several sveral years yers ago agotils ag agI agoIlss
tils I Ilss Ulllan Ulan La Coitaf Colt a Body Found FoundA
A body found yesterday in the thf Harlem HarlemKiver larlem larlemRiver HarlemRiver
River at 102d l d street strt was WI identified Identifed lait laitnight lat laitnight I Inight
night as R that of Misa MI Lillian Iiian La Il Costa Clta
33 3 years year old of 395 39 East EMt 144th 1cth street tret who whowas whoWt whowas II
was Wt reported missing and demented cementd on onFebruary onJebrar onFebruary
February Jebrar 20 last The o identification Identifcton was wasmade Wll wasmade
made mlde by the young womans father fatherMisn fatherIie fatherMisa
Misn Iie La L Contafl Clta clothes were wer found at atthe atthe atthe
the foot of 155th street several months monthsago monthsago monthsago
AngloAmerican AngloAmericanFine
Fine Art Co CoJ
J D Ichenhauser President
523 Fifth Fith Avenue AvenueBetween
I Between Bttn 4id 4th < lh Sta Net Nr York YorkPAINTINGS Yo4i YorkPAINTINGS
I Old Masters Mastersol
ol itt Early Italian Ialan Flembh Flemlh Spanish SpanishDutch SAanbh SAanbhIutch SpanishDutch
Dutch Iutch German and English Enzllh Schools SchoolsGall Shol SchoohiGa1erie
Gall Galri Ga1erie < ri s Opin 0 oc AM 4 Mt M6 6 oc P PM PMINSPECTION M MINSPECTION MINSPECTION
When fbCn at Last Lst lie le Smnxiled 8mUlile a letter lter to toHer toler toHer
Her ler She Went Wet Down and Stirred SUrre Up UpJu Upudlf UpJudge
Ju Judge udlf < lKr and AmericanKmbanay AmrrcanEmbal and Popl PoplOut PoplOut PoplOut
Out He 1e Came fameNow Camei4ow Now Want anti Damages DamagesJosephine Damle DamleJOBephine DamagesJosephine
Josephine Shilling Shilng a blue eyed eye girl of
17 was a pupil in the Holy Cross CrO Convent Conventschool Conventschool Conventschool
school in this city last lalt summer when she shegot shegot shegot
got a letter leter from her brother Frank say saying saying saylag ¬
ing that he had been a prisoner in a jail jailat jai jailat
at It Vera era Cruz for eiglfteen eigUeen months and that thathe thathl thathe
he hl had been be n unable to communicate communicte with withanybody wih wihanybody withanybody
anybody but had succeeded Bucceee in smuggling smugglingout 8Dulglng 8Dulglngout
out the letter leter to her so that she might call callthe rI callthe
the attention atelton of the American Government Governmentto
to his plight plght and do what she could to tohelp tobelp tohelp
help him himMiss 11m 11mMiss ItimMiss
Miss Shilling Shiing did not bother the Ameri American Americn Amencan ¬
can cn Government Govlrnment at first frt but left lof school im immediately immeiately immediately ¬
mediately meiately and went down to Vera Cruz CruzShe CruzShe CruzShe
She returned reture yesterday by the Ward liner linerMerida lner lnerMerida linerMends
Merida having by persistent
pristent petitioning petitioningand petiioning petiioningand
and by enlisting enlstin the sympathy sympthy of Amer Americans Americans Americans ¬
icans in Mexico lJoxico obtained freedom for forher forher forher
her brother She told yewterday of the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble she had had hadHer hadler hadHer
Her ler brother who is a tobacco dealer deallr in inOgdensburg inOgdenBburg inOgdensburg
Ogdensburg went wlnt to Mexico to see so about aboutsrme aboutsne aboutsrme
srme sne tobacco property down there in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he was wa1 interested intereste While Whlo he was wasin wasin wasin
in Vera Cruz Crz waiting waiing for a steamship to totake tolake totake
take him to this city cty there was a street streetfight 81reotfght streetfight
fight fght Ho le was looking on when a man ran ranup rai ranup
up to him and said Rid You have robbed me moof meot meof
of 2700 2O Shilling Shilng was arrested ami ant put putin putin putin
in a cell cel which his IJitsister sister says was go s small smallthat amaUthat smallthat
that he had to sleep sitting Biitng He was not notallowed notalowd notallowed
allowed alowd to communicate communicte with wih any anyone one or orsee orsee orsee
see a 1 lawyer He le bribed a jailer jaier to send sendthe 8endIhA sendthe
the letter Jeter to his hi sister sisterWhen lister listerWhen sisterWhen
When I was finally fnUy permitted permiled to see my
brother Miss Mi8 Shilling ShlJng said sid he was a uwreck awreck awreck
wreck Rats Rts ran over him while he slept sleptor
or doxed d07e crouching in a cell thirtynine thirtynineinches thirtynineincheB thirtynineinches
inches square The food was wa unfit unft to eat eatAt et etAt eatAt
At first would let
frt they not me see my
brother I employed employe Lawyer Zanora Zanoraand 7noraand Zanoraand
and we persuaded prsuaded Judge William Wiiam Cabrera Cabrerato
to allow alow me to take decent dtnt food to my
brother I made three trips a day to the thoprison thuprion theprison
prison prisonThe prionThe prisonThe
The lawyer law Vil was as slow and she lhe hired hiredanother hire hiredanother
another anal her Malina ialna who under her urging urginggot 1ging 1ginggot iliginggot
into communication with the
got com complainant complainant cornplainant ¬
plainant in the case Rodolfo Rodriquoz Rodriquozwho Horiqu 7
who surprised 8urpriBe Mies SI Shilling Shiing by admitting admittingthat admitng admittinthat
that he did not know that Shilling Shiing had hadrobbed hadrobb ha harobbed
robbed robb him but suspected suspecte that he knew knewsomething knewsomething knewsomething
something about th the robbery robbr She went wentto wentto ent entto
to the Judge again and told hm in his hisnative hisnative hisnative
native language which she had mastered masteredpartly masteredparly masteredpartly
partly by close cole study etd in three thr months monthsthat monthsthat monthsthat
that she shl wanted wante something done in the thomatter themater thematter
matter mater right rivht away He le said lid it was inipos inipossible inipossible ¬
sible as tS it was not the custom in Mexican MexicanJurisprudence MexicanJurisprudence lexlcanJurisprdence
Jurisprudence Jurisprdence to do anything in a 1 hurry hurr hurryThen
I Then she stamped her foot and Ind declared declaredthat decared decaredthat lecla red redthat
that she would Itamp see that something was wasdonein wasdoneln wasdoneln
doneln a I hurry hurr She took the first frt train trainto trlin trlinto
to the City of Mexico and put tb the case casebefore C casebefore < SI
before the American Knihassy Before Peforesho Refor Beforeshe
she pot ot there the Vera Ver Cm brand of ofjurisprudence ofjurisprdenc ofjurisprudence
jurisprudence had got a move 10 on and set setSir setMr
Sir 11 Shilling Sliln free Sho went Wfnt back to Vera VeraCniz VeraCrm era eraCriz
Cniz in response resJonse to a despatch from her herbrother herbrother herbrother
brother telling te In of his despatch liberation She Shewanted Shewaote Shewanted
wanted waote him to accompany her home homebut homebut homebut
but he h said sid h hf ht was going poing to stay and andbring andbring andbring
bring suit sui for damages damagesRumbling damlgesRunblns damagesRunibhings
Rumbling Runblns In San Uolntos MlilM MitistSAN MlilMSAN llst llstSAN
SAN BERNARDINO BERIARDL1 Cal c11 April prl 17 17ln 17lnteral 17Internal In Internal ¬
ternal teral rumblings rumblngs at Mount 110unl San Jacinto Jacintoan
an extinct volcano are te reported rpore by W C CGarner CGarIer CGaynr
Garner GarIer of this city cty who claims caimB the sub subterranean aubtlrranen subterranean ¬
terranean tlrranen sounds were so 8 distinct as to toarouse 10arouse toarouse
arouse him from his sleep The Thl mountain mountainoverlooks mounlainI mountainoverlooks
I overlooks oveols Imperial Valley al y and anc and some years yearsago yearsago eare
ago alo after ater heavy he vy rumblings rmhlns had been beenheard beenheard
heard an earthquake occurred at Sun SnJacnto SanJacinto SunJacinto
Jacinto Jacnto which destroyed dttroyed buildings bnldings nnd nndkilled nndkied andkilled
killed kied several serl Sabolwi Indians The Theshocks TheIhock Jheshocks
shocks Ihock are reported by I Ii Mr lr Garner as ashaving ashaving ashaving
having been felt last Thlrdn lhur ihttrsdaw dnv night nichtV li nightlicnuttu ht htGrnllnf
V Jrntilnr Grnllnf Ilk 1 Ilaiuitiel IlaiuitielBnitNos UanlutC UanlutCRnII flayiqtiehflriiis
BnitNos RnII w Mon April prl 17 I7An An n urusiml urusimlfeast uTI urtiitalfeast lal lalfpa
feast fpa t of elk steak elk roast and aneI elk stew stewwas RIfW RIfWa stewwas
was a served fned nt a banquet last night ni hl given givento Iicn Iicnto givento
to 300 3 members member of the G < I A R and friends friendsattending friond friondatndiD friendsattending
attending atndiD the State talo encampment encampmlnt Ani Animjils A Anintls ni
mjils 18 horn lrm the famous herd hlre of Paul Pall Mc McConnick McCormick McCorinick
Connick were provided for the dinner dinnerOH dinnrO dinnerOSITLI
OH O OSITLI ITl ITCInr ITCInrAnlr 4IH 4IHAmlni RI RIiit1ru
Amlni Anlr R n Ho 10w itove e 70 0 yeir etr r old oll one on of Ui I lie
best hl 1 Known k no business IJie built es uien mIl in I ti ilonirlar ilonirlarN lI lonflhlr lonflhlrf 0 nt rh I IN
N 1 died yesterday Yfstlnlay In his hi home honJ In II eh ehland h hland hland
land Ifall nai that city of heat hGe I iliHrasr itlth itlthwhich wlh wlhwhich ththwhich
which he was stricken 11kpn fteveial fetIal days ago agoMr agoMr
Mr Ho Hoe AC had lived l In Montclnlr onlcllir Hince Ilnc 110 110Mr
1873 13 He n was va a a I member membCr of lh the h real estate
firm trm of Howe no I I A Tarlor TIyor at II the I he tints lmp of hl hldralh iiiileath I Idfalh
dralh and wax W81 formerly formfrly the senor Inlor mem member membcr tuemher ¬
her of Howe IJowf A t Parsons Iarnn another ololhpr real 1111 estate estatetlrm estateurn elle
urn frm Mr Ir Ifowe Howl c was W an Assessor IIISnr for Mont Montrlair Montclair Ionlclair
clair In IK7 He H served 8nll also 1110 as a I member memberof Oplbpr Oplbprof
of the t Hoard Hoarl of Kinking Hinklnl Fund Comnils Comnilsloner lnlml lnlmlloneIl I ottinileloners
loner loneIl resignIng reglrnlnl only a I few fl months mon h a sign signlie o olie
lie le was 09 a member IPIIr of th I the h Montdatr 110ltclalr Cllb Cllband IIO IIOle Inb Inband ltiland >
and was WI master maRteI of the Monlclnlr Iollcilir lodjP lodjPf Lodge LodgeF
F f A A M for five thl years larH and Ine secretary crfrlr crfrlrfor
for ten yearn farA Mr Howe Is 11 survived bv bvbis I
his hi wife a son Joseph who IH il nistant nistantcashier a asistantcashier i tant tantcaher
cashier caher of the Bank Blnk of Montclali 11011cllll and a adaughter aIauht adaught
daughter Iauht er who lives 11 in New el York ork The Thefuneral Thefuneral lhefuneral
funeral servIce will wi be Uf held hpll tomorrow tomorrowafternoon toinorrosyafternoon
afternoon artrnoon In St Lukes Ilke Kplsconil Church Churchof II
of o which Mr Howe was a member memberE memberESat
E c8lato < Senator Sfnltor Henry 18nr C Nelson died dletl nt nthis sithis
his hlO home in Soul South h Highland Jllhllnd nonne lelllt a onlie Msin Ossirilug Msininff
lug hil yesterday etordA morning Ho le IUS was us born uorn at atBedford atBedford atBedford
Bedford N Y seventy SI8nl years ago alo nnd nent nentto 111 weiltto
to Osmnlng Bintnl with wlh his hi parents parAI when he was waSil u usmall asmall
small 8ral boy bo Ha le wan wal educated In II tho local localschools 10111 10111Ielool Ioalschools
schools Ielool and afterward aferward attended alendr the Xon XcivYork XonYork e eYork
York Free Academy AcadellY After leavintr a111 school nchoolho schoolheatudled
ho heatudled studied studie law 11 hiLand and was wa wasadndtted admit admi ted to II practice practiceIn Irac
In policllrs poletcl he won a Democrat And held heldvlllAva hele heldviIlae
vlllAva vlle and anclown town office Ho 10 was v R s elected ncter to toIhoStateSenate 10lho tothoStateSenale
IhoStateSenate lho late enate in 1K67 I 7 and in Inn following followingrear fQlowinl
rear was wa defeated by h the late Janie VV
Hunted Ho was IAStWJCA twice agent Alent and warden wardenat wnrdln wnrdlnat 1
at Sing Hin Sing Sln prison Irl on in inaa I and nd J is 7 on
November N issi 11 1 hn was waP rhosen cho en Sunn onnlor Sonniorfrom onnlorfrom i or orfrom I
from the th old Twelfth Tlplrh district dlltricl siicfeedmic IUcflediOt
William WII1 H Robertson Robertlol and Ind Rdrtod s rvei three threeterm I threeterms hree hreeterml
term terml For many mAn years 1311 ho was IIS the tired president tireddent 11 11dent ¬
dent of tho I he First irsl National atonailalk Hank In Ofninini Ofnininiand OPAlnIO Ossinlngand
and anr retired 101 I red on account fccount of failing fAlln health hiMlrhabout healthabout
about abolt M dl8r year velr ago IO The funeral funorll will wil be held heldon
on Tuesday Tul ayaflrnool afternoon afternoonMrs
Mrs Clara W Pendexler Pendlxler widow of f5u f5utavus i1 i1tavus
IR IRlayus
tavus F Iendejiter died on Friday nt 4ho ho
home of her daughter Mrs rR Spencer Welrt Weart Weart2Y58 Ve rt
2598 2 8 Hudson Hudlol Boulevard 101levarel Jersey Citv Cit In II her herseventyninth herlfvfntynlnth herseventynInth
seventyninth lfvfntynlnth year veal She ne was a daughter daughterof dlughterof
of the Into II Ie Judge JU 8 Henry Southmayd SOlthmayd ser serrotarv secAtar amretary
rotarv Atar of the Ih Associates A8ocRteI of Jersey 1Er ey Company Companywhich oIPany1 onipanv onipanvwhich
which laid out 011 tho docks dookl along alonl the Jersey Iere IereCity lersij lersijCity
City riverfront and owned much mich of the up ¬
lands ndl and treasurer trealurtr of the Now Jersey
Railroad Rairoad and Transportation 1 Company Companywhich Com Companywhlhontrt1cted pan panhleh
which whlhontrt1cted constructed the first frAI railroad rairoad mow now nol a apart apart apart
part of the Pennsylvania PenOUlvlnll ftystein 8Itfl from
Jersey Ier ey City Ciy to New Newflrtinswlclc Brunswick rlnsllrl Mr len
dexter Is II survived by two 0 daughters dllhlers Iln Mr
Wear ee 11 I a former president Irpllfent of the Jersey Jer y lr lree City y
Womans WOlons ton Club and anl Mrs J 1 11 I Throckmor Throckmorton Ci
J I Allen len Inllmer IRlmer secretary ccrltu antI In1 treasurer treasurerof tranrpr tranrpror
or the tll furniture and carpet firm of H I i i
I Lltmer Ltitlmer timer A t4 Sons died dlld on 01 Friday night nllhl I of ofBneumonla ofpnelmonla ofpneuinionla 1
Bneumonla pneuinionla at his hi home homE 30 LelTerls Lflerl place plarnrooklyn plaAIooklrn placeBiooktn
rooklyn In his hl fortysecond fortIeconr year tfr lie liestarted HeItartee f fstarted
started Itartee In business hUAJnp1 with Ms father falhCr Im Immediately 11 Ittiniediately ¬
mediately after leaving leavlnl Arielphl College
H hfe wan WAi u charter charttr member membP of the Ih Hnmtton HnmttonClub Hamtron Hamtron4Ilb hlanitironClub Collle
4Ilb Club He le was unmarried unUarrlpd and Is survived
by his Ils father and two brolheis brolheisOanlfll urothlls urothllsDlnlel brotheiDaniel 81rVlYO
Daniel W White Whi onn of the best hl t known
hotel men In eastern paalern New iev Jersey Ierley anti Ind for formerly formerly ¬
merly m rly proprietor of lh the hi Globe Hotel 10tel nt Red
Hank died yesterday ellfrda In that town of Tier nervous Tiervolts ¬
volts vOie trouble Irolble He le was as 71 yearsold easole Ho 10 la lalrvlf1 IsuirvIved l lsurvived
survived lrvlf1 by hi lila wife and four rOlr children
John H I White Whie of Yonkers Mm 1J Wilam HIUin hlllren 1 1Dolg IDohl 1DoIg
Dolg of Ked ner Hunk Mm 111 Jumps Itmps Throrkmor Throrkmorton
ton of Cnldwell lleel and nd Mrs Edgar Hurlow lurlow of
Greenville OreenvlJe Me MeThomas Mslhomas Ie IeJhoma
Thomas Jhoma F Slrachun who until unti recently recentlyhad reentivhad
had been bpn in the I h soap SOII > inarmfnilurliiK Ulnlfllrhul recnlv recnlvhad bus bimnenn hlo1 busness
ness nfll in Buffalo nllalo died dlld on Friday riell at his hi home home1KOS hUle hUlelao homelaos
lao Iaclfla street llraoklvn IIookIYI He I leaves leavesI Iavrl IaveIwo
I Iwo wo sons lon and three t hrpl daughters dlnhlerl one of whom ivhoniIs i
j Is Midi MII nracl irnoe race C Slrarhan flrarhRn assistant nIItanl simer eltoerintendenl
Ilper Ilpernendelt
11 Intendetil nendelt of if public Ilbl schools choo and 111 ureiidcnt ureiidcntof vrpfhlnt vrpfhlntof rrpsblpntof
of he Inlcrborouzh Inlerlorolih Anioclntlon Aaocialiul or Women Voiiiiileaeherm 011
Teachers TeachersAiiilrnv leaehermAndrea taehP
Aiiilrnv Allre Rosewuter Roewltr for or Hventylve WPIInp years yearsCity yearsity 111
City it ity KtiRlneer 1lllneer of Onmha Ullnha Neb reb fell fel deiitl deiitlIn
In that city ty yesterday t tlrdIY Mr Hosowuter Hosowuterwho 10Mwltr 10Mwltrwho
who wax WI a brother brnttr of the lain 1dwnrd lid ward Kose Kosewaier UOAI hio hioWater
Water waterlonneer founder of the Omaha Omlha Her was 1 born bornin
in Bohemia 1101 1m 1 Al II years yeaIl ago but blt wu ai reared In
Cleveland Clevlld Ohio OhioChurl OhioChulll OhIoCharles rearl
Churl Chulll W ° Prnnknrd Prlnklll n I buyer blyer for Jnmei Jaml iarneMctreery i iMrlreery I IMcl
Mrlreery Mcl reerY A I Co o dilu dlnd yesterday ve ierd y at hl hlhome hil his hishorn
home homl IM 11 < Cambridge lmhridgp plare Ial Iate Brooklyn BrooklynHe
He was 1 s horn In New ew York ork fifty yearn tI1 avo avoand agumd
and l Itllrvlved Is survived by a wife two SODS and a adauchUr adauhtr adaUXhtSr
dauchUr dauhtr I
Mrs fs Vanderbilt gave a dinner diner dance danceon danc
on Wednesday Wedn d nl ngbt < ht for her bel soninlaw soninlawand
and daughter daughtr Count and ad Countess CountessLoszlo Count CountessLasalo
Loszlo Lzlo SzecheJnyi S cb About fifty t persons personswere pron pronwer personswere
were wer present Mr M and Mrs Reginald C CVanderbilt CVanderbi CVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Vanderbi were of ofthe the party William WilliamK Wiiam WiiamK
K Vanderbilt Vanderbit Jr who returned from fromEurope fromEurop fromEurope
Europe Europ last lt wek week will wi remain reaIn on this thisside tblsBide thisside
side according to present prent plans until untilafter unti untilafter
after afr the th next nlt Christmas Cbim holidays holdys Mrs MrsElsie Mr MrsElsie
Elsie French VanderbIlt Vanderbit has ha deferred defered her herreturn herreturn herreturn
return from Europe Europ for a few fe woeke woekeMrs wekE woekMrs
Mrs llB William Wiia K KVanderbU Vanderbilt who has hasbeen hl hasbeen
been bn at Hot Springs Va win b b be of the theaudience theaudienc theaudience
audience audienc at some Bore of the performances performancesof
of Airs Albert Albrt Clifford Clford Barneys Bys Jormano play playAbout plavAbout playAbout
About Thebes Theos to be b given in the the Belasco BelascoTheatre DI DelascoTheatre
Theatre Washington every night this thisweek thiBwek thisweek c
W8hlngon ever
week wek for the benefit beneft of various charities charitiesMrs cbluite cbluiteMr charitiesMrs
Mrs Mr Vanderbilt Vanderbit studied Mrs Barneys Barneysmethods Brneys Brneysmethods Barneysmethods
methods for her own on recent recnt tableau tbleau en entertainment ent entertainniout ¬
tertainment t rtllnDent for charity charity at the Plaza Plazawhen IlaA IlaAwhen Plaxawhen
when 15000 50 5004 was collected collectedSir colectd colectdSir
Sir Robert A Hampson lately Lord LordMayor LordMayor LordMayor
Mayor of Liverpool Lverpl has lu been bn hero lere for forseveral forsveral forseveral
several sveral days Sir Andrew Andrw and Lady LadyFraser Ldy LdyFrasr LadyFraser
Fraser Frasr have returned to Scotland Scotlnd Lady LadyPaget Ldv LdvPaget LadyPaget
Paget who wa was Miss 1Is Minnie Stevens Stvens of ofthis ofthis f fthis
this city cty is to sail 8al for England next nextSaturday nextSaturday nextSaturday
Saturday Sho th has been bn hero nearly nearlytwo tearlytwo
two months at the Plaza PJaT with the ex exception excption exception ¬
ception cption of a brief visit to friends f1ends in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington She has hB business hu ine interests interestshere intrelts intreltshere interestshere
here connected with her estate received receivedfrom rooived rooivedfrom receivedfrom
from her mother the late lat Mrs Paran ParanStevons ParanHtevols ParanStevens
Stevens Htevols Her soninlaw and only onlydaughter onlydaughter onlylaughter
daughter Mr llr and Mr Mrs Ralph Halpl Paget Pagetthe P Pagetthe et etthe
the former fOnler in the diplomatic diplomato service serviceawait srvic serviceawait
await her in London having hving returned retUrne from fromSiam fromSiam fromSlain
Siam Their next po pot post t is nt lt Munich MunichCapt MUnichCapt MUnichCapt
Capt Paget sailed Sied on Wednesday for forEngland forEngland forEngland
England OH 8 did the Hon Maud aud Paunoe Paunoefote Paunc Pauncefote
fote who has hal been hen paying pying a series rleR of ofvisits orvisits ofvisits
visits on this side for the last lit six months monthxand mont1 monthsand
and Sir Charles Cust CustAlexander CustAlexander CostAlexander
Alexander Everett Hunt and his iis i wife wifewho wifewho wifewho
who was Miss llis Janet Waring Roberts Robertssailed Robert Robertssailed
sailed saied on Wednesday for France Fmnc where wherethoy wherethor whorethey
they thor will wil pass their honeymoon IQeymon They Theywill Theywill hey heywi
will wi live lve in il tins t city cityInvitations cty ctyInvitatons cityInvitations
Invitations Invitatons have been issued iSued for the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding of Miss Mils Marcelinn larcelnl R Dunning Dunningdaughter Dunningdaugher Dunningdaughter
daughter daugher of the late Ilt William Wilam Dunning Dunningand
and Frank Frnk Brookfleld Brookfeld The ceremony ceremonywill cermony cermonywi
will wi performed be perormed in the Brick Presby Presbyterian Prelhtrian Preshyterian ¬
terian trian Church 1rch Fifth iUh avenue and ThIrty Tlilrtysoventh Thlry Thlry1enlb ThIrtyseventh
seventh 1enlb street on Wednesday April Alri 28 28Mr 2SMr 28Mr
Mr Brookfteld Brookfeld is i a son lon of William Wiiam Brook BrookHeld Brookleld Brookfield
Held C Cortlandt Cortandt Hay Iay wjll w w1l 1 be b best bst man manMr manMr manMr
Mr and Mrs llr T SuBVrn Rutpr Taller who whowill whowi whowill
will wi pass some of their honeymoon at atHot atHot atHot
Hot Springs Va 0 will wi be at the Plaza Plazaduring PlaT PlaTcurinp Plazaduring
during curinp May laY In June they will wi Iw ti with withMrs wih wihIr withMrs
Mrs Ir Tailers parents Mr r and Mrs llr Alex Alexander Alesander Alextinder ¬
ander Brown at Mondawnin their coun country counI countrv ¬
try tn place plac near Baltimore Bltimor In July they theywill theywil theywill
will wil go to Europe Euro for an automobile automobie tour tourThe tourThe tourThe
I The 10 wedding at Baltimore Balimor on Wednesday Wednesdaywas
was waf white and yellow yelow as to the color colorschema colorI colorscheme
I schema > throughout The ballroom blroom of
the Brown residencewhere reli encwher the ceremony ceremonytook cermony cermonyI ceremonytook
I took place plac is in ivory and gold and the thoonlv theonlv theonly
onlv color in the brides costume co costumewas tlmeWI was the theamber theamber
amber of her comb and barrette barrete sat eetwlh eetwlhllamonds with withdiamonds withuhiamnonds
1 diamonds diamondsThe llamonds llamondsThe
The wedding of Mrs May Clark Avery Averywidow Averywidow Averywidow
widow of Frank Morris Ior Avery and James JamesHathaway JameBHthala JamesHathaway
Hathaway Hthala Kidder will wi take tke place pIc on onWednesday onWednelra onWednesday
Wednesday Wednelra April Apri 28 R in the chantry of ofOraoa ofrao ofGrace
Grace rao Church Bishop Bshop Burgess will i per perform perform perform ¬
form the ceremony crfmony at It 33O 33 oclock as assisted al asslated ¬
IslsUd slated by tho RevDr JeDr 1ev Dr William Wilam R R Hunt Huntington HuntIngon Huntington
ington Mrs 113 Avery A very is a daughter of ofMrs ofI ofMrs
I Mrs Ingon lrB John Terrill Terri Clark who will i give givea giverecpion
a reception at the Plaza PlazaA Pla PlaI
A bridge tournament touraent will wi be b given to tomorrow t tomorrow ¬
I morrow at th9 th Plaza PlT for the benefit bnelt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the West Wel Side Day Nursery Nurrv Tickets Ticketsmav Ticket
may ma be had hae of Mrs Irs J J J J Goodwin Oodwin Mrs MrsD 1rl
D M il 1 Morrison and Mrs Irs J H Rhoades RhoadesThe Rhode RhodeThe RhoadesThe
The marriage of Mis9 l1s Linda J Maurer Maurerand Maurerand aurr aurrnd
and nd Edward A Beinecke will wil take place placenext plac placnext placenext
next Wednesday at the Church Churcl of the theDivine theDivine
I Divine Paternity Plt rnii Seventysixth street streetand ttret streetand
and nd Central Park West Wet Miss ls Theodora TheodoraWood Theoora TheooraWood TheodoreWood
1 Wood will i attend atend the bride as maid of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor and ntis the tl Misses 18el Marianne McCook McCooknnd MeCookand lcook lcooklml
and lml Elsa EI Bores > will W i l he > o bridesmaids bridesmaidsFrederick hridemaidl hridemaidlI bridesmaidsreileriek
Frederick Beinecke will wi assist alsi1t its ll a best bestman hestma lOStman
I man ma and the tle Messrs Mesrg Henry A Maurer MaurerJr 14urerJr
Jr Walter ler Beinecke ineclu Edwin A Strong StrongJ Stron StronJ
J J II I Jordan and Chisholm Beach will wi lie lieiisherH heushArH beilsItors
iisherH Plasa PlasaMr IlaraMrand There Ther will wi be b a 1 reception recpton at the thaPlasa thoPla7 theIlara
Mr 11 Mrand and Mr 115 Henry Henr HenryClows Clews are tempo temporarily temporariy temporarily ¬
rarily rariy nt at t the ho Plaza Pla7a before taking posses possession possession ¬
I sion of their Ihfi new ne house at 17 Went plsee plseeI Fifty Fiftytir FiftyIlnt Fiftytirt
tir Ilnt jt street streetMiss ttreet ttreetli5s streetMiss
Miss Sahina Wood Watts WaIB A grand granddaughter jran jrandaughter grandlatighter ¬
daughter of the thf late William Wiiam Wood and andCapt andapt andapt
Capt apt Douglas Dou l C McDougal will wi be mar married married martied ¬
ried next Saturday at the t Church of the theHeavenly theUrayenly theHeavenly
Heavenly Re Rest t The Rev Re Dr Herbert HerbertShipman BerbeShipman HerbertShipman
Shipman the rector will wi perform the theceremony thecremol theceremonY
ceremony cremol and the bride who will wi be bein bein bein
in white satin and lace will wi be given liven In Inmarriage Inmarriape Inmarriage
marriage marriape by her brother George B Watts WattsSho Watl WattsShe
Sho will wil be attended atonde by her young niece nieceHelen niec nieceHelen
Helen Wood Greene of f Trenton X J Jas Ji04
as 1 maid of honor and by the Misses MilE Mabel MabeliLa IabelJ
iLa J Vie e Lottie Iotie Williams Wiiams Alice Alce Sabin and andMatilda amIIalidn antiMatilda
Matilda Ialidn Humill Hami of Trenton as bridesmaid bridesmaidCapt bridelmaidR bridelmaidRCapt bridesmaidsCapt
Capt Frank E Evans l van U I S M 1 C will willassist wi willassist
assist 8sist the bridegroom as beet bet man Mor Morton 101 Morton
ton W V Baker 1T U 1 S N Capt Henry Henr R RLay RLy BLay
Lay Ly I1 t S R M I C Major Henry C Wilson WilsonKighth Wison WisonEighth WilsonEighth
Eighth Regiment N G N V and First FirstLieut Firt FirtJillt FirstIltit
Lieut Jillt Yard Ynre Dresae Drese N G N I will wi be beuflherc belhe beushers
ushers lhe Mrs lr8 George B Watts Wats of 72 East EaatFiftyfourth Et EtIIif EastFiftyfourth
IIif Fiftyfourth folrh street Itrt the brides mother motherI motherwi motherwill
I will wi give a reception receptionncV recption1HIJ reception1tjint
ncV ° 1HIJ 1tjint oun > unl I and an Countess Countela Liazlo IZ I 0 S7 S7 Szulch chenyi chenyiwho chtnYI chtnYIwho nyi nyiwho
who arrivedon arrived on Good Friday on a visit visitto 1
to the tatters laterB mother Mrs Vanderbilt Vanderbiltnnd Yanderbit Yanderbitnd
and nd to attend atend to business busines matters mattIs may mayremain mayrmaIn mayremain
remain rmaIn four weeks longer on this side sideCount sideCount aideCount
Count and Countess CountefR Stanislas Stanislsl de Cas Cast Caetelane Castellane
t telane tellane el lane brother brther and sisterinlaw fistrInlaw of ofount ofCount ofCount
Count Boni de Castellane Caltelane who have been beenin en I Iin
in America for or several t months departed departedfor
I for France > rance on Wednesday Baron and andBaroness andHl1rOn andBaroness
Baroness Hl1rOn S8 von on Hooglandt have been in intown intown intown
town for the last two or three daya dayaMiss dayMiss dayaMiss
Miss Nora Langhorne and Paul Phipps Phippsof
of London who are to be married on Mon Monday fondnyaftenloon Monlay ¬ I
day dnyaftenloon afternoon April 20 in St Jamess JamessProtestant JameesProtestant a aProtestant
Protestant Episcopal < Church Madison Madisonavenue Madisonavenue
avenue and Seventyfirst Seventy rst street have been beenin
in Virginia for several days past with Miss MissLanghornes Missianghornos
Langhornes father Col Chiswell Mi8111 D DLanghorne DLanghorne
I Langhorne at his hlacountry country home Mirador MiradprAlbemarle MiradorI MiradorAlbemarle
Albemarle county He will return with withthem withthem withthorn
I them to give his youngest daughter in inmarriage inmarrio inmarriage
marriage marrio o The bride will ho attended attendedby
by her youthful nieces Irene Gibson Gibsondaughter Gil1 Gibsondaughter on ondaughter
I daughter of Mr 1r and Mrs 11 Charles Dana DanaGibson DanaOlheoll DanaGibson
Gibson and Nancy Perkins daughter of ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mr lrlllIoncure Moncure Perkins The Misses MissesGertrude MllIseBGertrude MissesOortrude
Gertrude Sheldon Nathalie Howland HowlandKathcrlne HowlandKatherine HowlandKatherIne
Katherine Attorbury of this city and Julia JuliaKiddle JuliaRiddle
Riddle of Philadelphia will be 11 brides bridesmaid brideBmaids bridesmaids ¬
I maids The Hon Angus MacDonnell of ofKngland atfnCland ofEnglanl
Kngland will be beat man and William WilliamLangborne WilliamIan Williamhanghmorne
Langborne Ian horne Charles Dana Gibson Regi Reginald Reginald Reginald ¬
nald II Brooks brother or and brothersin brothersinlaw hrother ln lnlaw
law of the brido A Butler Duncan an anuncle
I uncle of the bridegroom Charles Dana DanaDraper DanaDraper IanaDraper
Draper and Leo Phillips will be ushers ushersMrs ullhersMrs ushersMrs
Mrs Wnldo Richards will give the thesecond theeecond thesecond
second of two readings at Iho home of ofMra orIlIrs ofMrs
Mrs H Fairfield Onborn H20 fl Madison Madisonavenue Madisonaventle
I avenue next nelltJorlday Friday afternoon a at1 at S oclock oclockIt
It will include dramatic and dialect se selections 80lectlons aslections ¬
lections lectionsMr
Mr and a 11I1 Mra rrs Edgar J 1 Marston returned returnedfrom r retttrnedfroni hlrnedfrom
from their European trip sever days daysago dayagll laysago
ago to bo on hand for or the wedding of ofheir ottheir oftheir
their son Hunter S Marslon and MIA MlasMary MIAMary Mi MiMary
Mary A Vamlorhoef in the Collegiate CollegiateChurch ColloglateChurch CollegiateChurch
Church at Fifth avenue and Fortyeighth FortyeighthHreel
drool yesterday afternoon Mr and andMm Andllrll andMrs
Mm George N Vandorhoef the brides bridesFarontM bridoparnntll bridosparents
FarontM parents gnvn a reception leC ptlon al 2J West Westorlyoighlh WelttorlyohthtlJ Westtortyciglitla
orlyoighlh utieet Mr and Mrs War WarB Marston i1artOn
B ston tOn on will PHHH the spring IIprlngand and eartyaummor eartyaummorut earl summer summerat
ut their place at Portcheator N Y YMlao yMia YMiss
Mia Caroline Minturn Hall and the theriev theRev theTtev
Rev Hugh Birckhead arc to b be marrIedat married
at 430 oclock on Wednesday afternoon afternoonJune afternoon9 afternoonJune
June 9 in ill George Church Stuyvesant StuyveaantSquare StuyvesantSquaffl Stuyvesantuars
Square uars Bishop Gr Inter er who will perform performthe
the ceremony will be assisted aa lllt d by b the thex
x 1
m Dr Wll11 William IliinMGosenor m M Grosvenor a rector rectorof rector rectorof
of tie Church of the Incarnation Madi Madison Madl10D Madison ¬
son avenuo and Thirtyfifth street The Thebrideelect Thebrideelect Thebrideelect
brideelect is a daughter of Mrs David DavidPreacott DavidPrestlott DavidPrescott
Prescott Hall of Boston and a Brand Branddaughter Branddaughter granddaughter
daughter of Mrs Julia Ward Hown Mr MrBirckhead MrBIrckhead MrBirckhead
Birckhead Is a son of Mrs William H HBirckhoad IIBirokhead HBhrokhead
Birckhoad who was Miss Sarah King
He ia a Columbia graduate class of 99 99and 99and 99and
and baa been the rector of St Georges GeorgesChurch Ge9rgosChurch GergeaChurch
Church for three years Probably ProbalI his hisbrothers hisbrother hisbrothers
brothers Philip G Birckhead the Rev RevMalbone RevMalbone RevMalbone
Malbone H Birckhead and Dr James JamesBirckhead JamesBirckhead JamesBlrckhead
Birckhead will 111 be included in his list of ofattendants ofattendants ofattendants
attendants attendantsFrederick attendantsFrederick attendantsFrederick
Frederick Townsend Martin will sail sailfor sailfor sailfor
for Europe next Tuesday April 20 The TheItalian TheItalian TheItalian
Italian Ambassador and Baroness Mayor Mayordes
des Planches who sail on Tuesday pur purpose purpose purpose
pose making a long stay in their own owncountry owncountry owncountry
country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The Easter dance of the Friday evening eveningseries eveningeriea eveningseries
series will be given on April 23 in the theballroom theballroom theballroom
ballroom of ofi i the Plaza Mrs S Mallet MalletProvost MalletPrevoBt MalletProvost
Provost of 931 Madison avenue the or organizer orKanlzer organizer ¬
ganizer of these dances and other pa patronesses patroneeses patronesses ¬
tronesses including Mre John Bassett BassettMoore BassettMoore
Moore Mrs George H Clements Mrs MrsThomas 11rsThomas MrsThomas I
Thomas T j Sherman Mix George A AStrong AStrong AStrong
Strong will m receive receiveOne receiveOne receiveOqe
One of the elaborate entertainments entertainmentsnow
now projected for May probably on May Ja
8 will be a Greek pageant under the di direction direction dlreotiou ¬
rection of Albert rt Herter in the Manhattan ManhattanTrade lIanhllttauTrade ManhattanTrade
Trade School for Girls for its benefit benefitThere benefitThere benefitThere
There will be a bazaar and those who will willpreside willpreside willpreside
preside at various tables and booths all allunder allunder allunder
under the direction of Mis Richard RichardIrvin RichardIrvin RichardIrvin
Irvin will include Mra Arthur Iselin IselinMrs 18llinI selinMrs
Mrs I Henry W V Monroe Mrs Irs Milton Bar Barger Harger Barger
ger Mrs W Fellowes Morgan Mrs E hClnrkson EClnrklon EClarkeori
Clnrkson Potter Mrs Myron l1ron Borg Mrs MrsW M MW Mrsv
W v K Bond Emerson Mrs Louis Lee LeeStanton JI JIStanton LeeStanton
Stanton Mrs Irs Charles Steele Mrs lrB Harry HarryH
H Duryea DurY Mrs Chester Griswold Jr Jrthe Jrthe Jrthe
the Misses JlI aes Eleanor Hewitt Priscilla PriticillaHtanton PriscillaStanton PriscillaStanton
Stanton Elsa Mayer Anne Morgan Morganand Morganand
and Margaret Roosevelt Mrs Arthur ArthurHcott ArthurScott ArthurScott
Scott Burden will give Greek dance danceIt
It will be a pink and white affair as to todecorations tndecorations todecorations
decorations decorationsThe
The wedding of Miss Rebokah McLean McLeandaughter McLeandaughter leTeandaughter
daughter of Mrs Donald McLean presi presidentgeneral presidentgeneral presidentgeneral ¬
dentgeneral of the Daughters of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Revolution and Lieut J Do DoB DeB DoB
B W Gardiner of West Point will be an anearly anearly anearly
early June event and the couple will pass passthe passtbe passthe
the summer in Europe Miss McLean McLeanand MoLeanand McLeanand
and Lieut Gardiner who is a nephew of ofCol ofCol ofCcl
Col Gardiner a bachelor who has a Mary Maryland MaryImnd Maryland ¬
land estate which has come down from fromRevolutionary fromRevolutionary fromRevolutionary
Revolutionary days served as maid of ofhonorand ofhonornnd ofhonornnd
honornnd best man at the marriage of Miss MissBessie MissBessIe IiIlBBe
Bessie Be le McLean and Iieut William Adams AdamsDallam AdamsDallam AdamsDallam
Dallam of theTwclfthCavalry the1welfth Cavalry a year ago agoSlanton agoIf agolIE
If lIE E IJDINtJt IJDINtJtItonanderho iDINGSManetonsnderhoef
Slanton Itonanderho ManetonsnderhoefThis Vanderhoef VanderhoefThn f fTh
This marriage of Hunter S Marstoti
and Miss Mary A Vonderhoof daughter of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mm George W Vandorlioef was wascelebrated Ia Iacelebrated wascelebrated
celebrated at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon afternoonat a
at the Collegiate Church of SI Nicholas NicholasFifth SicholasFiftb NicholasFifth
Fifth n venue and Fortyeighth h street Tho ThoRev ThoRSI TheRev
Rev Charles F Akod pastor of the Fifth FifthA FifthAvenue
A Avenue venue Baptist Church performed the t he cere ceremony cereDlOn coremen ¬
mony men Mis Yanderlioof who was a given In Jnmarriage Inmarriage Inmarriage
marriage by b her father worn ore a whltn satin satingown salinfown satingown
gown trimmed with lIh duchess and point polnllace lace Incoand laceand
and her point lace veil eil was might < wllh a aspray aspra aspray I
spray of orange blossoms Him carried n nboufinet nbOllllllol iibouquet
boufinet of orchids and lilies of the valley valleyIhe Rllo RlloThe
The 1 he bridal attendants included Mrs Theo Theodoro Theodore I lien liendore
dore I Bailey who ho was all matron of honor honorand honorand honorand
and the Misses MI ses Adelaide McAlpin daughter daughterof
of Mr and Mrs William VI W1I1cAlpin McAlpmKlennor McAlpmKlennorVfoyt Iellnor ElennorHoyt IellnorlIoyl
Vfoyt daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin EdwinHoyt Idwin1103t C CHoyt
Hoyt Mary Ml1r Vanderbllt Pyle P le daughter oj ojMrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs William Scott Pyle and Louise Vamlor Vamlorbllt Vanderbtlt Rndorbllt
bllt dattghtorof of Mr and Mrs Vanderbilt of ofOrange ofOronle ofOrange
Orange N 1 They wore gowns of poach poachcolored irnaclicolored
colored satin over white net and leghorn
bonnets and carried pink ink and white roses rostisMiss rOSf81iss rosesMiss I
Miss Jenmo Frances Marsfon 1arllon n young oun SIMP SIMPof lislof sistOrof
of the bridegroom was as the lower tlo gir girKiiKene IfirEugene girEugene
Eugene O i SInrston a brother of tho bride bridegroom brl brlfroorn bridegroom ¬
groom was tho beat man and the usher usherwere usherere usherwere
were ere inorge < eorge Vanderbilt Jr Stephen Mal Mailory Mallory IRI IRIlor
lory lor Thomas Tallaferro latla ferro Charles Fowler FowlerJr
Jr Eerntt HnrtwoM llartwehlnnd and Jamas A Ulnir Jr JrA 11A IrA
A reception followed the ceremony at ih ihresidence the thArAlllrlao theresidenco
residence of the I bride parents 2 Z1 West WestFortvoichth Wo Wohlh WstFortyciclith
Fortvoichth hlh Street II mlI After their wedding weddingtour wdlIn10urllr ediIlnrtour
tour 10urllr Mr and Mrs Marjton olor loa will live nt nllorl nllorllll Port PortChester iorthcetpr
Chester lll tr X Y YI
1al1arllIClTlrt ManartJIcffprtsThe > > nard Lrfferti Lrffertille
The wedding of D f1T iff CJreon renn Mavnird and nndMisa andliss andMiss
Miss Caryl larIIITerllf 1 effert 8 daughter of Mr and 0 nil Mrs MrsFrederick orsFrNlerick MrsVrederick
Frederick K H I efforts took place nt I loelocrostorcl3y oclocl ocloclyesterday oclockyestortlay
yesterday afternoon at tho Church of the theIncarnation theIncarnation hn hnIncarnallon
Incarnation Madison avenue n nuo and Thir ThirIIrthstreeot llurlv llurlvtlffhHfreot lhiirtttfth
tlffhHfreot ttfth street ThoHev ibis IIA ibis William Mercer Gros Grosvetior iio iiovenor ro roInor
venor lector of the church performed the theceremony rhoi rimeereition3
i ceremony Miss lIs I efforts wore a while satin I Icown IIown Igown
gown trimmed with duchess lace and her herliridal herbrida I II
I liridal I veil eil 11 was caught with orange hotasoni tsolaaouisStio I ISho ISho
Sho carried lilies of I he valley lIl1n Miss Flor FlorI 1101Barker 1loience
once Darker who was 1114 the maid jf honor honorwore honorworea
I wore a pink chiffon gown I own with wit h pink hal and andcarried II andcarried nd ndrarr
carried rarr 4d nwet WON > r pea The bridesmaids uriele rnnid8 were werethe were1I
the I Allffsos 1I e Iiolnn rmipson Idith Morrtll llorriliIInd llorrillanti
1 and Mary Ian P Pearce arce 1 The hey wore ore while chiffon chiffonI chiffongowns
I gowns with white hats IIIIIBO to mutch IIII1dlllllfl and carried
I I liouqiietsof 10111111 > 18 of sweet pone Ihn Her Philemon
F Sturgos of Si Colors I Imrch Morns Mornston Morristowis
ton towis n V J J wax tho best beslmnn man and the thluherll ushers usherswero usherswere I IWOTO
were Or 1 lienllnr Hqinor lacob Wendell WendellIr
Ir Harold W liould IrodoricU Iefferts IeffertsIr I
Ir lolls De f Foresl Don Downer nor and lioval liovaloitifwo 11031CorrSfOO7 tloyalCoitlaso
oitifwo Aflor the ceremony u roreptioii roreptioiilook rernlliolltook rorept lots lotstook
took ptnif J11 l in the home hOI of Mr Ir and Mrs Ir I
I Fredencli IetTortu 24 t Weill o t 1 1hlrtonlhrrClt hlrtyeonth hlrtyeonthslreot
i iinrs I II IIIItI
tncs inrs Flllpj FlllpjHUSTON FllltIIUfjws Filleylltuwtty
HUSTON pril I I Mls oll > Nancy aticv Filley Fillo of ofSherhorn I IShurborn I
Shurborn and John Ames mo of Noilh OIlh Faston Fastonprominent Ea1ltolJprominenl Iasloitprominent
prominent young society odt y people oop who wore worethreatened IHrtItbroltened weretlireatenwl
threatened with iit is death In n i hack land II landletter andletter i iletter
letter unifies IInll > 3s ho 1 former orator left JlOuoo in a Hcertain acertain
certain place about H month ao a = o were mar married 0101rieel ularned ¬ I
ned at St Andrew Episcopal Church in inWellesloy InWlleey InVellesley
Wellesloy this noon rite bride is I a daugh daughter ¬
ter of Mrs McKinloy Iclinle Filley and a sister of ofeCapt ofexCRpt ofesCapt
eCapt O 1 1 Filloy llIe of th the < > harvard crew crewTh crewIlsa
Th Thfl bridegroom is I a son of the late I Frederick redencicI I
I 4me AttieBishop 4meBishop omeBi <
Bishop Bi hop rnwrence 1ziwrericeperrorrnoj performed thecoremonv thecoremonvassisto the ceremony ceremonygsslstI
assisto 118 lstod < l by b the Ih liov 110 leorgo Nattress roe reutor re roetor i itor
tor of the church churchTh churchlhe
Th lhe bridesmaids were Miss II Christine rhristineHutinewell ChriIIMHunnewell ChristineHuinnewell I
Hutinewell of Wellesley and Mist 11 Itarban ItarbanChannlngof lIarbltrI hlarbarsChannlng
I Channlngof hanninR of Brookline The best man was wasIolhroll wnsF wnsFlothrop F Fiothrop
lothrop Ame brother brolherof of the bridegroom bridegroomnnd
end the ushers wero Charles II Whltnov WhltnovPetnr WhltnovPeter
Peter hurry Frederick Fred orick 8 Bears ar Ir Matthew MatthewUartlntl Ml1lth Ml1lthartiAU MatthewBartlett
Bartlett John Hallowoll and Marc Harper Harperi
i the Ih rmnony < was followed bv b n large Inrgereception ltrgera largereceptioo
reception ra < opllon nt the home of Iho bride Win Winyae Winyae
I y yae e In Shorborn ShorbornHpevc ShorhornhIeeeftooseselt
Hpevc RleeRoolerll RleeRoolerlllnsns Roofe ell ellBOSIDN
BOSTON prll 17 1 Katherine f FtooHe FtooHevell 1100111velt hlooseveIl
veIl of Boston 110111 on and Stanley Heeve of < erman ermantown ermnntown
town Pa were married at the th home of the thebrides IhebrldtfI thebrides
brides mother Mrs Mrslames T lamp donlker of
252 82 Z Bcncon Cacon street today Rl noon The Thehrtdc Thebride Thebride
bride Is I one of Bostons Ro lonlI b best st known hors horspiromen horsWornIll horsewomen I
women and nel is a lover of all outdoor sports sportsHer sportHer pnrtlHer
Her late father was aa acoualn of Theodore TheodoreRoom TheodoreRoo1ovelt lheodoreRoosevelt
Room Roosevelt Roo1oveltTbl volt voltThe
The ceremony rfremol1 was performed bv the theRev theRev he heRev
Rev William Dewart rector of the Kpisco Kpiscopal l 1piscopal pillco pillcopltl
pal Church of Hyde Park Die bride was wasgiven wasgiven ae aeRlvn
given In marriage by b her brother lames IAmellUOOACVIIt A AKooarvHt A1toosselt
KooarvHt of Sew SA ieiY Aork ork and Percival Heeve Heeveof Hepvlof
of lladdonflcld N 1 was best bl man A re reception recept receptioti ¬
ception cept Ion followed Ihi t h ceremony ceremonyNniltli lremon r rHnlthItock yStiiltliItockweiI
Nniltli HnlthItock StiiltliItockweiIN IlookTtcll IlookTtcllNnrfT ell ellHlIH
NnrfT N HlIH N 1 April pril 17 Miss Mite Iltd IltdRockwell iltaRockwell
Rockwell daughter of Dr and Mrs William WilliamHenry WilliamII11nr3 Williamhenry I
Henry Ilockwoll of this place pIa co and Arthur ArthurSmith ArlhuJSmith AnihtirSrnIlh
Smith of Nov SO York woio married In Grace GraceKplwcopnl Oracoiphcopnl linenEniseopal
Kplwcopnl Church hnront hero at 3 oclock this thillafler after afternoon afternoott ¬
noon Tho ceremony wo wall pnrf pertolm ormmi J by Ihn t hA he11ev I
Hnv herbert Conn one the th rector Miss
Rlliahotli Havtollo or Washington D C Cwas C111I Cas I
was as th the brldosmald George oorgo Cogglll of or
Now York wastliB best man and the Ih tiahern tiahernwere t1t1herorO unuherswere
were orO Dr William II llocUwoll Jr Jr Hlanlny I I1cOlltw
MC 1cOlltw > IIIW iiistavius Uimnoil and Henry lI nry V I
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Thomas Murtlia 0 year old of 403 403Hast 403Fst 403East
Hast Thirtyninth street playing on tho
dock at the foot ol that street yesterday yesterdavAfternoon yesterdayafternoon
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fifteenyearold boy Charles Weber of
tics First avenue jumped overboard and andS and4Iot andgot I
S got > t him Ihe child wan taken to Hcllovue Hcllovueospltal
Hospital Hn developed pneumonio from
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hung blln over backward Into n tub of hot hotwattr hotwattr hotwater
I wattr at at Barrow street died yester ¬
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