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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
NEW CREVASSES FLOOD j.nwcr Mississippi Valley Now 1 iM'lin: the Kffci'ls of the Forward Title. T MKLKAXS IX DAN (JEN Ton no in Tensas Valley. Under U titer -Memphis 100 Feet Above Flood. Rt bun. Mo., April 12 AlnrmliiR Cm Hi nitnur.- weni tpreiul nl McmphiK I- l.i v . tin ti'itilt of the brinklng of l,.i" ,it lli'd 1'ork mill Panther Ilond, winch will imiruliito fxirts of Desha and i hioot roimllfs. mul tht breaking of mmm itiutilion for many hour with 1 ..r,i ulid ()sii-olil, Ark. !'. .-his to tin- lin-iik In luloplioiiu com- ii ii. mi. n tin' St Kruiicls lovw hoard o1i. ml li.i'l iiimoiim-od that the ultn.Uioti a 1 ivir.i and Osci'olu wa very grave. I , tl.'WM tllllt till' tight WUB Htill lieitlK lent i . .iiid th.it (loviMiiuipiit t'liKlnuorj hi'l ciII'hI to l.uxoni foru confprence in'" r inspired liow tlm ttlipxitimtioii n .ii ' sivi'd Vt M.iiLimI Trpo. Ark , thp water lias tiri' '1 irtv-tlme inches in twplvp houis in I . : in: an Inch an hour. All parts f tin' t.'wn nii lloodt-d, with Kiat loss ! tipi'tiv l'lood warnings say that ihe ciMtrt flood In tlm historv of tru st Hiiiicis Hasin is on. Uk.iiias C tty irports little watpi then' I. . n intinicutioii cannot hp had with jih' illas in thi daiiiiiRp yon of the Kocl Tor lnt'.ik. t B.irfiolil. l.uxora and Osceola heavy f v. chnii; is occuriiiB back of the i-ni-Utiifi enl The wat.;r has o thoroughly soiicd til" levee that its poner of ie- -Wliie i goinj; lapidly. Vmty women are letivini; the towns r.f l.uxoru and Osceola, as breaks at three inint hae been espected The men :imwi to tl(2ht the water that threatens the ! ef and their properly, the burden i-pot of Arkansas. t Helena, Ark . the .situation is i-erious and hieak m the l,neo there are teared, t ,i t. ivlieved thai the enibankineut mil 'ie held I'.nn in the upper Mi-sinMppj Valley l. i.iv mil -end more high watt r down mii'W Southern levee- A cloudburst hich -truck eeiitrnl Illinois this utter in n lonv.rted Muall streams into tor-run- ntid did great damage to property An enormous amount of water fell, many IrnlRe- beiiij; washetl out and much HO n drowned. Washout., were ie. cr'eil in many place- on traction and neam lines. V'l-v ORI.K.4N.-, April 1'.' A irevas-e tin' will inundate thousands ol square miles of territory in northeastern l.ouisi mi i mid Howl the entire Tensas ltiver Ki :n comprising seeral uarishes, oc . ii'rd in 1'iiht Carroll parish on the west l.n'K of the Mi-sissippi Hiver, at 5:.io c i ln U tliis afternoon. With a roar and a cra-h thai rould Ik lend for a mile theloeent Alsatia broke i.d o;-oned a way for a sluuin of water lh.it swept everything liefore it. Tho !wo where the ci-evass occurred is a , it ;2 feet in height and was apixucntlv m i.id. About teet of the levee went it and al last accounts the cut wa rn.i'ily widening Him break will jnit the Vicksburg, SI leveport and P.icillc and the Memphis, Helena and I.ouisiana tailroads out of I sine-, flood the towns of Tallulah and I. -evelt and siibmerKo some of the '"ge,t and most fertile plantations in h" "-late, It" hike which wave way was known s- Mi" Salem Ijevee and was built by the htate levee Hoard. The water was m i the feet from the top of the levee an I the embankment was in good con i 'kiii when la-t ia-pocted. The crevasse ..it u the most disastrous that has oo i rted in the State siuco the great Holly r- bn-ak in 1WTJ. The Holly Hrook . -e -s-,. was in the same part of the st,,i,. 'I h. loss to live stock is expected ! Is- the greatest in th' history of ixmisi .iM (irave. fi-ars of lilo loss are enter tained, but to-night these could not be . , r., ' i' -vhil" another great break at '- 'iend many inihs above is pour ' .. .i Arkansas n second great flood 'l iters of which will mingle with " t'oni the Alsatia break iiorning it is thought that the tc. of Hoosevelt, built on very low I, will be practically wip.s'1 out. 'own has hoiuo mki inhabitants. s rh, much larger, will suffer severely. ' .,r,'-nus other prosperous little places i the direct lin- of the waters. No ' v as made to close, the breach and n 1'iorn of the levee is exM'Cte( to ' T ctevah-e, the first break in a i.ouisi v 'ii tin line Invee, caused inteiwanxiety T. x o ( )r!"in.s. b Vnw Orleans the river registered rirotePT feet to-day, a foot above the fger point Imf St'.v last night received this (lc- at. ins, Tetin., April 12. ftepnit that ' ' !'! " N flooded Ii absolutely false '! iM rlv nbsuid. Theie ale not more ' ght hloelts In the northern part ' "' 'v on llayoti Oayoso affected t' I'tgh water from the Mississippi U'vi .eniihls proper Is on a high blulf, 1 f' t above the ) Ivor. In view of the '"''iil'ig 'reports great Injustice has 1 ' ,1.111.. to our city. 1 II Ciiriii'. Mayor of Memphis. WEDDINGS. ll.-rl IneCllincbl-liliush. l.sthit Alice Quncltenhush, a 'Ifliitio. i o .M-. nn,i Lambert fluy- .. ' in. keiihush, wns mnrrlcd to Iler '",' ''ihle Id nine of New Canaan, Conn., ' Madison Avenue Presbyterian 1 ' lust night, the Ilev. Ilenry Sloane , istor of the church, olllclatlng. iHiiei-l w-iis decorated with Jialms si.-i Idles, nnd before the cere. ' " was a shot I organ prelude ,'i. ii..onip.'iiilment, .'a who was glvnn nwny by her " e a gown of embroidered " ' ' rluirmcuse trimmed with and point lace. She wore a lace - .'i 1 . n cotonet of orange hlos " 1 .iirled a bciitqtirt of orchids and f'. alley. l'li'n Qiiaekenhush, sister of tlm ' " Maid of honor. Her cnstnme ' L' , i -i , hiirnieuse covered 111 beaded ' 1 " lanled a hoiniiict of white I hi Idesniuhls were thn Misses '.' .'i' i.eidiusli, cousin of the bililn; I iggenlielm, Vesta Freeman, id nk and Jane Hall, They were I'i-c In gowns of whlto satin nation trains and they carried ' ,f yellow daisies, 1 H Bennett of New Canaan ' i.'in, mid tlm ushers were Harold 'ieeige II. Kellogg, riaudii I!. Alliert .llnenls and Chillies " After the ceremony theie waa held lit tile house of tlm In Ida's Lust Nlni-ty. fniiith street. Mr. Ilertlna left foi the Smith on '"nir tttp. Ti COUNTRY CLUB SPORT. Much Arlltlly Aiming Member In Vnrlnim Ont.loor runtime. Ardsley Muh-The spring hall wnn held In the clubhouse last night and was well attended, It ., preceded by a dltiher. To-day and to.inorrow tip member will divide their time with trnnis, trapshoot lug. golf and s.iiiasli, This will he I he opening of the leimls season. Apiiwatnis t bib -A dinner followed hi lt dunce attracted well lust night. 'I lie golf course Is nut open yet for play, l.ut ii Utile practice is being indulged hi bv member. Il.illiisrol tinlf chili-The members will play gulf, sipiasli and seme will shoot nt this weelieml. m'mir,!!'V will open to-day. .some of the holes luie been chnnged sun e lust season and greatly imiiroveu, .Many niemlieis are expected, l.sseM otilily ( ountr) 4'lub tlulf, siiuash and tennis will he the attriu tlnns to-day and to-morrow' 'I here will he a dance 111 I Me iliililiouse tl,,s evening. Kuollwood ( niintrv club 'lhe tennis tourt rill he mieiieil to-dav. i.ther f..n. I lures will be goll, I rai'shiintlng and siiuash. tl'i'ii!""""1" '" ,,ll,ml,l v milium will meet In u gnlr miitih 'I he mPltllUtt-Kl (if Mia fcJllli.1- 1 -. ..Ill ih.ir oi ...a .....!.'..?".. " i l.akewo.,,1 ,-. , ,V ; 7 . I.:":: , ',... ' the day of snort- ' l.nrse .Iho.v I golf matidies nnd g mliliHiia games ,neia Democratic delegate to the Baltimore been arranged. Nexi i diie-dHy the i convention, and others. golfers will play lor the .U.lm I". sh.uilev 1 l oiinlry ( hih 1 mpshonilin; and golf will attract members to-diiy l iiioe ilrook ( oiintiy I hib-c.ott is ail IIihi inemhers will Indulge 111 this week end. Ilicliniond ( oiinly Cnimtry ( hih- dolf and hnrselmck riding will b lhe atlrnc thins to-day and to-morrow . 'lhe i!"iutl weekend gathering of member is expected. .sou tli .Mule sportsmen s t lit Ii- I hose meinbeis m ,,i n,,i t:n, pny to-iay and tcii.c.uow . golf Klii.lew.mil I , ,v l I..I.. III! -I. l 1 regular ssastn is not ne yet. many laem-1 hers will play ,nf in.di.y sad i.,.i,,orrow 1 There will l s,H tnnshoniaiL. ii, in., i i i i ..ir ...i shnoiliig will Ie lhe atlmitiim lo-dsv and many will M,f to-morrow , St. iidrews liolf I lull -Many 'memheis are cxpeetei to-dny and tn-iunriow tor hOlf. .siiegkill Coif l bib TrailioolniK smi siiu.ish v ill ,e the features to-dny and there will be a little golt, hill not nn the regi.lar nurse, 'lhe tlrM Karne of liasetuill nt lhe sfssi.ii will ,e played to-day .Morn- Cotmly ( nlr t hib I here mil he .1 ihiure in the ( lilhliiiuse Ihis .Memheis v 1 1 1 plav golf to-day ewmni; nnd tii- mnrrow II the ttea.her is line. Miuilchilr Athletli ( lull llaschnll lie. tweell teams of lhe Mnnleliiir and Kingsle-. IdKh s,i tennis will he the leature this mnmlng 'I lie tin. ill In the iiush tour nament will be plaved tu-dav. Iluuisniii null try ( hib Trapsheolliiiniiil golt to-diiy and gulf tii-mei tow will he the attractions thl weekend 'Invito ( hib l ishing is (ery iroeil (i(dr will he plaird hy ineniheis nnd guests to-dnv and io-nnirri)w Waleliuiig lien' Die iceei I In - aitri Ii'i'ili :i' .1 n i Inun will he at lined Hall. N'elherond (hi Wediiewla) next 'he uieel will h. hi the kennels at ::o o'clock. Meadow llriink i tub The meet at i o'( In, I; will he at Woodbury post nttire (111 Wednesday next the ill r I will he al l.m iisl alley. Dylo-r MeaduH liolf i lull (.elf will he the attraction to-day nnd to-morrow and III.IIIV lllefilhers will he out. I ( re-ietit Whletir ( lub l..ierne al Hay ! Itnlge at I ovlm k. THE SEA00ERS. I'Iiii.i- WIiii n- sn 1 1 ti a li ni'lnua l,liie Tn-iln fur l.'nreluii I'nrts. S.illillL' to-dav he ihe While M.ir liner lllvmpie. for I'lyuioiit h, i herhoiir and Southaintitnii Lord nnd I .oh' slihurtoii, .lnti.es .Vdee. .Mr and Mrs. .1 sellers llan (roit. Mrs. David llnrtlett. l.eorge I. Ileei-, Mgr Kobert Hugh Iteusou. tli lion S K Heresfnrd, Mrs V. .1 llerwind, Mis .Nalliaii iel llrandon, l'r mid Mrs. (ienrve Kmersou llrwer. Mr and Mrs. U. II Iliirnlmtn, Mr and Mr- .h.iinllmn llulklev, Mr- llav Hull-ley, I' II. Cantalisi, Mr nnd Mrs. Claude Casimir-I'erier, Count i.c-ton llei nnchCnssac. Lawrence art Mr and Mr I. I. Cliauitier'niii, Vlsiount de Kergano, Count Pierre de Keinaeh, Count (ierard d Itelnaeh, Sir Alfred Kast, Mrs ,s.imuel W Kaircliild. Mr. nnd Mrs M i l leisch iiiann, Mr and Mrs. Mnurire P. Krem h, Mr. and Mrs I' A l.oodrn li. Mr. and Mrs. Frunk 1' (.raes. Mrs. W V Ibiuna, Mr. mid Mrs. II M llamm, .Ir , Mr Iticlimond levering, Mr. and Mrs ( niiillle V I'errin, Mrs A. rullcrton Phillips. Mrs. Certrnde I'olloek, Mr. nnd Mrs, Dallas II Pratt, Herbert T Hire, Mr. and Mr. Mortimer 1., Schlff. Mr nnd Mrs. K. K. Swift, Mrs 1. C. Switt, Arturo roscauinl. William Watts Taylor. Mr and Jlrs. tharles H. Thome, 1,. A. Van Prsng. Cant. W. II Wheeler. O. D Wormser and Mrs. .lohn Wyeth. I Passengors hy thn North fiernmn I loyd liner Berlin, for the Mediterranean Mr nnd Mrs. Wlnthrop Hurr. IMrs. Nanui Calot, Mr, nnd Mrs. f harles A. Dana, Peter Doelter, .Ir , Mr and Mrs. Allen It. Forbes, l rini.u .1. niory. Mr. nnd Mrs, .lames M Heck. Mrs Man Mnrhhull llerry. John dahriel lintt. Mr anil Mrs. forester Caldwell, I hnrles t . (iorsuch, Mr nnd Mrs. fredeilc I'.lls worth Kip. Mr. anil Mrs, Davison I.loyd, Mr and Mrs. M W Moulton, Mr and Mrs. I.ucien fludin. -Mr. and Mrs. Henry I'lilpli. Mrs. Charles 1'. Prnder. Mrs. deorge K. Itiippert, .Mrs. t . , Htuniey. mt. ana .irs, Caswell v. Stoddart, II. It. I'remalne, Dr. and Mrs. W 1.. room, Mr. and Mrs. l-rank Dale Warren, .Mrs. .gnes ai. nicKersnam and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Zlegler IVit- llumhorir hflie 1 1 nm hliri-A inerir nn liner Pennsylvania Mrs, It. (.erurd Hughes, Mrs. Arlliur I,, Dr.v, Mrs. II. II. It. Barclay, Prof and Mrs. H. f. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs, Henry '1 ledeniann. Mrs, T. W. Waters, Mrs, Cora It. 'laylorand Mrs. Hope Henkley. Hy the Boynl Mail liner Arcndisti. for OerilOllll I'l. H- . ..H'lisi.ll. rfl. ..ain. c. M, De Mott, Mrs. O. H. (inrdnsr. Dr. and Mr-. W. II Watson. Mr, snd Mrs. I.. C Klbhe, (ien. anil Mrs. l.hsrle Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs, H. t. .Mills. Mr. A I'.. Thsyer and Dr. and Mrs. ' P. Fisher. By the Bed Star liner VaderUnd, for Dover and Antwerp: Mr. and Mrs. Kdword Shippen Barnes, fitglmgh rilmon. Bober W. Ileingsrincr. American Ire-Consul st enlre; F I.. Fullar, K W Isy nnd II. W I "Tor C.lascow. bv the Anchor liner t'oliitn- I hia Allan Costs, Hubert l.iiston, the Itev, I Arthur MiKhlen, Willlum It. tlnlt, A. X, 1 IrlinblH and Mr. snd Mrs. Thorns .1, Cun- I til n 1.I11. nl I iissengers by tho Hoynl Mali Unnr Trent, for Southampton by way of the West India: .Mrs. C.eorge (llliiiour, 0. O, Sage. Mr. and Mrs. 1". W . Silllmun, Mr, and Mrs. Adam Smith. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. (lourules and iieorge Al.dree. ''Vnfli.n'.WSn. bv the New Vork and Porto '. llh ii steamship Conmiii Mr. and Mrs,. I, T, lloldrlge, Mr. nnd Mrs, H. W, Tryon, Mrs. V"rilinl":,'i wAi' Hhiti "' NvllH"n' "' lM rlllo, lor Jamaica. Panama anil Costa Itlcai Mr. ami Mrs. r'dvin H Phelps, J, M, Wuli)- .YIeiscTtiVn Hell and John llerwlnd, MAY NOT REGISTER WOMEN. Tral ' -V"W Jer..y lleelrtert I I 1nnliit NntTraKelle, TllKNTOK, N. J April 13, A ilttnUlon of tho Kupreme Court, written by Just loo, Knllsch, wus Hied to-day dismissing an application for a writ of mandamus to (i(imMl an election board in Morris county to register Missi Harriot. K, (!rpntr of I'nseain lownsliiti mi Hint slio nniild lake tiarl In Hih hIikuIoii mul fall. Tho Hu- premof oiirl iioiiistiiat the laws rofiihinif to permit women lo votnurnc oust 11 ul lon.ih T he ruse wns legulilnl sufTraglsls ihrouuhaitit the (Ml cai. lie wiiiu.iii S(tn n h I be held KinmiiiiHii win flm dl,,Hlt ln ,Ilt. proBIH,ctUB 0f ti,t. con-p was too Usy with other paintings and M inli is.,.1 iiievneiniini. 'ii, i 'rn. The court held the defendants m- 1'raticia was commissioned in his stead. 1... d! a i mlVo io i - V, t, : """'i''1" '' KoHpectus. The case lhe painting tallies with the descri be held to-lax " snooi y(.t.r,Hy , olu, of nbol -Mt . Hons Isabella ga ve of i . n her rorreson- iirri-iiw leu I TELEPHONE CO. BONDS Court of Appeals Sustains Decision in the U. S. Independent Case. the FIXUCAXE LOSES THE SUIT .ludgment Is That He and 4 , . , n , Assofimuw irc iie.sponsioiu for Money Lost. Albany, April 12.- ThoCottrt of Appeals to-day handed down a decision indirectly involving several millions of dollars by finding for the plaintiff in tho case of he, case or, Downey against Finucnne. TJie court held that Frank M. Downey was entitled the value and interest on a bond of the ,i 'r.,i.,i, it eieplione Wlt-il States Independent t'omp.my from Thomas W. Finucane, 'lhe court found that bond purchasers similar actions now landing. Hesides Finucane the defendants in the action were (ieorge Kastman, Hiram . Sibley, dames S. Watson and Henry A. .Strong, capitalists and politicians of I Rochester. The attorneys for the plninlill explained that the tnited States Jnde (etidutit Telephono Comfiany was organ ized in lltoj bv Hochester anil St. Louis capitalists with a capitalization of IVl.OOU. ihj lo consolidate the Independent tele nl,nnu .v.l,,,,,, I,, ll,L '. .. Tl.o, chased a fianehiV' lor lelephone' wiiH In.m the Mercntile Trust Com,mny which that .oiuern had for conimunici- I inn between lis vail ts.no lice lieailim.irteis '.' ,u,l,os" """inlos. I ins rn.',"pl,K' .Ny ,i('h "i-"'1. ' ..T.. 'I '. r . i AV.V'":V J ..),... null 1-41 i in .' ill . v,,Nn,ii,f,, in nils capitalization jiu.om.tniii was in bonds mid sold at rut in P.ms the New York Supreme Coin gave a deficiency judgment against tho comiKiny and declared the fr,iiichis in valid. Vice-chancellor Howell in Newark named a receiver for the I'nited Slates I elephone ( omiMiiv on April ti. Urns. ei ...,'i. .... i.i.-i. ... lhe suit in which (be timber i iiirl nlllni'ed the judgment of the lower tribunal yesterday was slarUsl bv the boudholdeis ngaliisi Finucane and others as promote! s of tlm comivinv on lh allegation of Iraud anal deceit in the prossctus. Attorneys F.lhridgu I, Adams ,and .lanies M. K. tt'tirudy, witli Alton II. Fill ker as counsel, tepresetited the plain tiff, dohu ( Milbiirn was counsel for tie detetidints. i WOMAN A PAID LOBBYIST I llmirlli l.enilrr Mann n. lir Is In i:iliiln of ii llnnse Ciiiiiiull tee. WsSiii.voToN. .Vpill IL'. Chaiging that lhe linns,. Committee on Kxpeiidllutes In the Interim Department hud In Its emplo) a woman who had been acting as a lepresentHtiVe of pelsollS IhtClested In l-i;lhitlon ,.nilbig lnfme that liudy, i ltep(es,ntatle Mann, the mlnotlty whip, to-day ilemandNl tliHt Miss Helen Uray he leiilmindid mid sunimarll) ir i harmed. 'No iUeatiT olltliige i oulii collie hefnle this lluiis,' Mi . .Maim Miiuuitd, us hr -Imnl; his dncrr at the ma jm it side. Would am on.- justify the action of mi employ. in m-mh-i of thl House In ictuiK a a paid 1 jlil 1st for persons In tM,.t,.,i hi leglshitlon . This woman, I urn Infoi mill, ha I r i .mini: hs ii up. lesetitatlM- of a ii 1 1 1 n 1 --1- of Indians ami lias em gone before tile S... e f the liitiilct and iiri-ed that no attorney l pettultled to i.-presert tile I'lur in- dlniis i,f .Mnntati.i. "She knows eerMhlng that Is going on In that i onimlttee. She solicits empim. nient at the very doors of the lommltte" loom. I In-lleve It Is due to this House, due to this committee, that all her a latum foi srvlees I- disallowed, that she he remlmnnded Und summarily discharged.'" Mr. Mann's attack on the committee re suited when a resolution was presented for passage appropriating $7,000 for an Investigation of an Indian affair In New .Mexico. In answer to a question from the minority lender. Chairman Graham denied that Mis. (iray was in tin- employ of the com mittee, although he made no explanation of her alleged presence In the committee I iiom, Mr Mann's speech wns vlgotoualv ap plauded by the Itepuhllcaur. hut they were powerl'-ss to block the parsagn of the New Mexican Investigation resolution, which was adopted, 4 to 41 BRAVED FIRE TO SEE MOVIES. Horning It oof Failed tat llrlvr uillence Oat. File couldn't drive out 1'f.fl moving picture fans, who were hieathlessly fol lowing the charming Alice Joyce thiough out the Inttlracles of a movie plot last night nt the Penu Theatre, 409 Ktglith nvenue. when the tin mnf of the theatre was found to he red hot, and sparks be gan dropping Into the audience. They .lust shuffled ih-li- feet In signal for the operator to run tho Mini to Its end. A few on whom sparks fell when the fire was discovered at about 9 o'clock Just moved further sway and joined In with their calls for tin- plav to conn- on, Some one more timid, who did leave among half n dozen others, told Police man Neary that there was a fire In the place nnd he sent In n alarm nnd went to the theatre and tried to get the crowd nut, hut they stuck around and yelled for more of Alice. Kven Policeman Kornemnn couldn't budge them until the rlre apparatus came, and the crowd whs prevailed upon to leave by the three exits and the entrance. The fire burned hole ao by If. feet ln the roof. defective tnsulntlon Is I thought to have started It. Y. W. H. A. NOW HAS $74,215 I Tnavnrd the ttnn,OOU Fund II ItnlahiK for .Yen- Hulldlnar. ll wns nnnounccl eserday that tlm seeond day of the campaign to tnlse I I!50,n00 for a new home for the Young Women's Hebrew Association had brought "d'scrlpllous up to 174,11111. The ' mnotmt raised yrstmrtay ws It, (lit, com. parawl with H.flfi the first day. fif this liintount 3.ii0ri was subscribed hy Henry '":x "f UBt F-'Hl'teenth street, Mis. I.luabeth Mandelkern Felir, one of the limn active campaign worker. -M !' '"" '"'"d " ''"H '" will Nhelter ion or nmre girls, Instead of the eighteen Ihut, ure J""" ,'" ;,' ''' "- oiMiiy liii.,. now iii ,.bw iiiih wini wnru ....a.,...s i... .i ii i. " " .. . V. " "rr .' 'girls Unit the nrnv building Is to be ..n.nl.,1 n'ltu It.vl .1... I I Ihn eumtmlgn Imadciiiaitrr. llroadwsv -ml mfi-e.i -ei ,. in is. i.L " I'lfteetlth stteet, will h held on Moiulay, , ,,. llirnn will lie, , IS III HIH CU lllIH IgnUI S, the public Is Invited, There Is speenli. making at Ihrm. Claiih, Hi Wilson, hi, u wUHaalH Mll.WAI KHM. WU , April 12. Caiiiinleln I Clnrk nt a nf iIiiHuhiiiIiiIij-jiIai r.riu..i . nil t(i tlm iiiillniiiil i-iinviMiiiiin ftnn in iiiuiiuiiiii, nwinK fiaininal uy lialri Milan ALTMAN BUYS A FRANCIA. ' Ti Add to Ilia $1,0011,000 Vein, qorte anil $Uf0(O0O llolheln, Renjamin Altman, who bought, for about $1,000,000 two Velnsfpie. portraits of King Philip IV. of Spain nnd his Minister Ollvare and who prove? to ho the buyer nt $250,000 or more of Holbein's port rail, of Idy I.ep, Fold Inst week, has secured another expensive picture for his private collection, the portrait of Kederlgo l!on raga by Francesco Halliollnl, commonly called Francia, a Ilolognesn master who is represented in the great museums of the world. In thn Issue, of the ..tmcrfrnn rl A'cirs published to-day the statement is made that this portrait of Kederlgo (lonzaga by Francia, which was brought to America by Duvoen Bros, not long ago. has been placed in Mr, Altman's gallery. Tin news of this purchase was con firmed ;;etprday by Mr. Altman, although h? wCs-i ttui say what he paid for the tiictuie nor what he, valued It nt. Iliiveen HroH, refused to give the price lit which thev had held the. portrait. t.. ,i e.w, l... ...in. ..r n t..ii.. It. tsahelln d'Kste fenMinr son Federico, ' then n child of ten, to Home as a hostage if 1 1 t I 4 V. f ii.1.r. 1 ' ,or ruisband.the Marquis or Mnntua, wl'- tlirough the Pope's influence, had ,)een llu,rnte(1 from ,lo numl!, of ,ho etieti.ins, by whom lie had been taken prisoner after the battle of Ix-gano. On the way to Homo the boy passed through llolognu, and Isabella, wisiung have represents brown eyes and long fair hair. He is richly dressed and holds n dagger in one hand. 'lhe background is nn elaborately painted lnndsc,is- rcspmliling many ethers in Francia' work. END OF SQUIERS ART SALE. Jmle .VI mi ii I a I ii Urines A4,noo Urnnil Tntnl I I H.Clflfl.r.O. "' ".l llliemooil O. ' III' " ' ' , ' "r " " ' '. ,i v u l ilt , IZZ'l'Z a. '""! .,'" f lt.' """" nmnesi pruo oi Mis Htieinoon session ns pnld by T H Springer, a collei.lor whoe home Is near Si Paul. Minn , and w ho ow us a remarkable icilleitiou of jades and Chinese curios Mini he udded to mstPrinlly vesterdny Mr Splinter pnld H.ikkI for a' sculptured inde inounl.-iin with the "Kpideiidrum Pavil ion l"n " engtavrd upon It. probably the largest mass ot niilptuicd Jade hi the orld, weighing em t ounds II ivns lik-hh- ri?ed he the l.mpcior ( li'ieii-luiii; and onre held a prominent plnie in die .'mperoi's -iinililci palace Ihis mass ot iooI, gteen-nldt mid mat- en iy i m ed ii,ii- is s.nd al a conservu le estimate I i ! . oiih fioni ten to fifteen llai.isand 1 1 ol la l - and nas ome valued at flltv Ihotisatid 'lhe i "111 pes It on carved on it comineuiota'cs a literary club of the loiitth (.-iit'iti , w Ilia h met lo compose erse on the banks of a mountain siteani 'lhe desi ilntlve pun of the essnv proh.ihlv sus itested lo the l.tnis-ior the Idea of repre senting it thiouiMi cnrvmir It on the Jade The second hitch pro e ot U.ooij was paid by S Putnam, for an Imperial cloisonne v ii si. eighteen inehes high, made 111 tin era of Ch Ing-lni ol lhe gieat Ming dyua-ty (If trutiiis-t siHe-d neel., the cloisonne embel lishment (olored with a hrilliani iiimunse lilne. It made a striking appearatu e ngalnst the yellou tiai k'groimd of the sale nlnnd Hie las- raised upon three gilt linuieil winged Hons, rests on a cloisonne stmid heh tiears the circular shou character in durk blue, siirroutided by cotiventioiiHl lotus (toners slid lenfj si roll- in ehnrncter istn i olors of Its erloil I'hree (allies tiom the imperial palace, two of which were made in the reign of lhe l.nijieior ChTen-limg and were ni tunlly used liy him. were .old to I I. Heing tor J.'.O?:, I'hey were of riehlv iiirved lerinllton laciiuers w it It sinooili lope rolr of large cloisonne wises were sold lo II K.uitmmi lor l,ii-u I I,.m wete made in tie ( h'leii-luiig peilnd Oeden Mills honglit nn ancient tirnuc .ierillei(l wine e-.e fnt HI.3JII t Is fllslloneil u Ihe lorn, of n mi Ihologn ul or sacred o (uh.-r high pre e( purchases were made hv I (I Kennedy. Frank Partridge and Mr ( Pembroke .(ones number ot well klionn peoile were pieseui at tlie sale, among w ho m were Mrs Peter Cooper Dev. nt. Mn II Alexander. Mrs Henry Cleus .Mi ll Phipps nnd Hni-ard Domlnh k MRS. HARRIMAN BUYS INNESS. I II. lion for "Kiltie of the Mrnalnrr," of Which School (iel. IS I, (1011. .Mrs 1 II Hrrmin has paid Jio.nno for an Inne-s Inndsiape, r.dge of the Meadow," which wns In the collection of deorge II Vinslee ot 1 1 in Dean street, Brooklyn lhe painting' is one of a group of (ieorge Inness's wor'.-s which Is on ex hibitlnti st Ihe School of Applied Design for Women at ikii te'ingtnn avenue At the reouest of Mrs. Dunlap Hopkins, Mrs MMwesntit Fish, .tr . and others Inter ested in raising binds for the school. Mr Vinslee o.!cd nt their disposal his Intiess collection, which is legarded as lerv com plete. There are twenty-sight Innesses troni Mr. Ainslee's collection on exhibition and in mid It ion to these there were loans of Inneaseu from Alexander C, Humphreys, Wllllnm T F.nns, Mrs, John Hnnnnh, Dr' James P Haney, Victor Harris, A Burton Hepburn nnd l.eorgo 1. Pratt Tho com mittee on exhibition of the school charges flftv ceuis admission and the pictures will be o n view until May i, 'I hern is n mortgage of an,fio(i on the chool nroperrv and t he exhibition of Innoss nl(4tires is the lirst step taken to raise this mortgage Mr Alnslee wns willing to dispose of some of thn pictures in his group nnd nn arrangement was made with him bv which the school shall receive. Hi per i em of ihe pnrehure price ot nnv pleinre. Mrs, HnrriiiiHti, who viewed the collection Inst Wednesday, wns especially Pleased, It -ins snld, wi.h "Edge of the .Meadow," snd otlercd sio.noo lor it 'I lie oiler was at once accepted, The School of Applied Design for Women will receive l,onil of this amount Several other Innesses in the collection have been sold One was purchased by n Chicago woman for V'lin. Among the well .known specimens of f eorge Inness's work that are being stfown ?r1.";M..m.;1','r." "Autumn In Montclalr." '"Id Mill Neir niverhenl, I,. ," "Woods in Summer." "hhndss ol Kvenliig" and ' 1 wo Itiilnhows." Alexander C, Humphreys I?.'.',1.. "n.S,1,r.n Froln I'ssture Milton," willlsm 1. Lvans supplied ""-unshlne nnd t louds snd "Karh- Autumn. .Mnnteliilr." A., liartnn Hopburn contributed to the nxniniiion "l.vrnlng In Montclalr ' GRAVES ART SALE OVER. (Jrnnal Total aif 111111,111(4 for Gem unci Other Thins Auctioned. 'I hs wsil.'s sal i of tlm John I., n raven eollertlnu of art olijerta dosed Inst night si the Anderson tiallsrtns wllh n grand lotrl of 5,lif.i, At the afternoon sisslnn nn emerald iolclaco wns bought by S. Wylnr for asm, W. K. Blxby, Hi. I.iuils, paid l:isn for n ring wllh a centre stone of alnxnndrltn srt with a cluster of nlim din inonds, A, It, Allen was I ho successful bidder for lin plates In color and 4;i, black and whim iiiiib, rspnidurlug spoclmens In lhe collection of W, T, Wnltairs, The pricn paid wus 131ft, Tlm lotul for thn nflnr noon aaaslnu wus tJ.li.MI, Thn Inlal of tlm evening's hhIc wus some. wnat larger. ai.,i i. v snutr iiottt.i of went lo F. I . h'Hlilsnbnra or a,n , 7 , i"'"" "'"''T ll"1"'1 "rt 'irvn : i..aiu 11,1 v,,f.io. i.iiL-iir I'fipoeH iiiini.iii n '. . '.'.IV '" "t.'V ".' HI" r ". '. A'-' "r: iy- ihree Hiiiiff boll I l.llll I.Va.llul.l Mill.. (.1 j ii nor iiiirriiiiHHH m i no nvi-lllnu nhi it uni . 'ihuivii iinr ii)- ii ii, nimuiur mr p-'iu, nui nf lliro.1 ulaliiirniulj' i-urvuil hnri1 I Hbiiii hy 0, M rliiti-ifnp furViSn, nn ttiiOtm , nisi pf a lliimnn niAlron of thn Mrsl 'I'le. II ll (Ill i I ii ri- In 11, .biluihoii for 117.1. an autumn bust "r ''"nmM Willi liroiun ln'iail ami .mllumi nr rj.'.n. ui n utitliiiui liiiat if (uirniaiili iu t'mhar t w . try In iilil l'laniinh iletlun ittilriiiiK a iiiriuo mh miilfr live iIkii in fr Mnnrili 1,. I17U. n. Kir fins J hi a IMlfn to Best Equipped Train in the World This Is the Pennsylvania Special the all-steel over-night limited train that makes the run every day between Pennsylvania Station Seventh Avenue and Thirty-second Street, New York only one block from Broad way and CHICAGO In 18 hours with every appointment for comfort and every facility for an evening of case and a night of rest. Leaves New York Pennsylvania Station Hudson Terminal 4.00 P. M. 3.55 P. M. Reluming leaves Chicago 2:45 P. M., arrives New York 9:40 A. M. For tickets, delivered at home, office, or hotel; for Pullman reservations and any information, New York Telephone "Madison Square 7900" Brooklyn Telephones "Main 2310" "Prospect 3100" C. STUDDS, District Passenger Agent WM. PEDRICK, Jr., Assistant District Passenger Agent 263 Fifth Avenue tCor. 29th Street , New York City For train arrivals and station information telephone "Chelsea 7400" ft PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD f In 3frw Vork Tn-rtnj. t lUil Mothri AM Afc!Mlon n-(er lVMivnl, Murrnv Hill l.vcfum. ? 1. M ThUa Nu i;pltnn Hoilrty convention nnil tllnnr. Hot1! .MnnlinttHn, fvnlnif Mozart Horlfty concert, Hotel AMor, C 3ft V M Salnianumll 'lub exhibition of thumbto imlnttnit" U.iMrVrln i "lub nui!tCRtr, Waldorf -Ai tort.T. J I M. Woiiiaii'i I'rena CUb mertlnc, ValJorf-A-torln, : V M. Nnttonul Iinocrntlp Ct.it .IffTeron day bsnUrt, Wnldorf-Astorla. enlnc- I'rlncton 'iub dinner. 6 1 M. ,rw nrk Iron and Hteel Awoclatlon din ner VaMurf-Atorl. 7 I' M. roipir I'nlon lecture by Wllllnm Mac Donald, ewnlna; Kmu.iI Frttnohl Sorlety letur bv Mm l.ydla Avrry oinley-Ward, S1 Knt Thirty-n--nth Mreet, cvivnln: Manhnttnn .Slnffle Tux Club Jefferson din ner. H lMrk plnr-, :3 ! M. New Vork Military Academy dinner, HottI Aotot. 7;20 V M .MTMCAI.. Klrit Appenrnncc In New Vorl nF uuir.i. ASTdit. Ai'utl. 1 4 1 ll. :i:ir. llckriA on Mia At TA'iin I'rlrrn $1 .'al Id SI Oil. i" MrM .in wlrat 'inr" mi'm:mkntk. I THE GARDEN OF ALLAH rrnturr Tlira . lUil l A 81h av I'tinna SMia'nl I'.vi. 8 IU To-day 5;10. Mr to a. Writ Mat -.V-t 5n HflLLlGK'C "'""y a" .mtii rrvH:i7 ITNkkMWIX 4 vat To--! iv A- Writ 3 v; nir : ARLISS DISRAELI 41th St . U.uf U '1 rl II;) tut M ,ir-MT I. P U. .Mil ll -tln ' GALSWORTHY S THE PISEOH" Sii-vtal Mala. Thia..il A I'rl ai'-u Krnna-dy'. "TarrlM Mra-k," A "I'ntacp nt Man." I.illlh Hjntic Jlalltil.un In hmli v!ay UTfll iruay tc 4.',ili Vw Mot iii-ilat w " w. A V 'u.r. i.iim A Writ '-' I.'.. V. i-.l Mai - M Tlmn The Greyhound t.M ill. I'arnrgle Hall. 1 1lls All, sal. ai V a ll.l .ipprMmnrr lur ill llilir DE In a Special rirtr.immr. r.alciwtn I'lano. TlfLcts at Hall. tarnetrlf Hall, To morrow I'.ir., Miin. The Circa! lrWi TVnor. JOHN RMAGK In a great rroeram of lrl'i foni:. hallailt and operatic artan. Seats 75c , ST t.YIHl'M Theatre. Siintai, Apr Hlh.8..1tl M, J ROME ,1! VATICAN nireeilun Itimilane I.leeum. i-rearnien iev t. H. Mil IMF rneeiaio E by. lo tl.M). METROPOLITAN I'n-itnr Mat, al 2- llatlrrflr. rarrar, t-urnla; , Uarlln, Srottl, llatla. Court., StiiMtil. 1 To-nlahl nt a, pop. prices tlacnelwn1C;retel I ami I at, llumlrana, llesUnn. Allen. Matifehl, , U'li Unam, Iluehene: .torn. Ilel. Campanarl. . (lorlli, ( onrt . Herti anil Hniranl Nun. i:v. ami Farewell t'nnrrrl. lit time I Mnntu antra opera Orfen In Knitllnh; precrile t hv UUa'iiilaiieiiua l'Miiiram. gololsi. 1'rMlnn, Cp.ne. rorma, lumlienc. WaUeilehl: mam, Well, tthrr-1 .pumi, lt-.ll .lnel. t "hnrila nf ISO, entire orch, llAHUMAN I'lANtl I'illtl). i ELASCfl thMl.. rr. H'wav lives, at 1 1.1. i '",' un nm To alav A tiihin m mi II Will Mai lllKHS In Till! KKTI'lt.N nt I'l.lDK (ill I II M. WARFIELD i REPUBLIC ltl.. nr. ll'wav i:e. at a.i'.i HSrajBbiy Matinm.. In iU & Weil al : yi THE WOMAN ll wv',,,l 'Titi rrm ueer," Myall iLHAMIRA lmU A, Miiiii:i A Itatli i)ii llHterrnaii In A I'ei. ,nu lliirilcu A u III j An "l)UI M.ll, tISl DURIAR In KINEMACOLOR l ali'Ulle, I lie llnrl'l ,.l I In. Itiinn H .5HHiirr;iN'H. i v v ii n.iiu m.ii ', I .... I I eMls A I'll . 'I he Un l'r, tin Hih llvi.... nil( .In. Hamaril A UaUail Uei'ane. II ollieia. UMM iVcCO AML'KKMRNTS etliAv.aiM.aith l)'lMt.? I!cmSi-aiji I . m'muH CIRCUS AROUND THE WORLD N I'M) IV MVI.MM.. AMI II aj- TETRAZZINI st'ATs as .sau' ulNll, aimh II ay & fallll Trl II I'oluir.lui MAT. TO-lA V S(lr.7.1a'. r.nit llt M 'it ! I . WHIRL OF SOCIETY Td.MllltltOlV .Mlilll ft ICS DM'Kltr BROADWAY lV",f i',.V I II. I I.V- N.tl. Matlr'!' I n-Jn . 15, VAiL'DCD O. triCI ItC .llltlllar Co. iiiaHfan au w mmmm nf mil In lloVa-V 1'ol.ry" nn1 Humy Hul'i A Mrlni LAN I Ml. ,' Jr Mlii A ri'.H'i " IS M i Ti-' lav i.i.t i D A DriU TDrNRK 1.1. 1 j Tlmri JUMUIt AMl H...HII1&KII1 v M.it rn-Jj) llmrna Irrntlnt In Nniiclil) Slarlcllfl .Vxt ' .liihn MiiMin In ' As n Man 1 hluU. M'.w roiiK's i. i:iii.Mi i ut a i iti.ss. FIIBIRE H'ay A uith ,m In- s i,.ui' kiHrinb ' o-tlnv fi v I . .tiro The HeMer Co. Oliver Twist BIG CAST HeMt.il nl Marie Horn. Consiaue, I'.tille. I Mi I'arJI.'- ami al t t.noiiwiri I VfiFilM TltrTIII .aSthSt A H'mp blUClini j ,s s.Tn. Mai Thur ,.s,n :i IiiTln.ilru 1111 Mix 1 . :.v inl on Si- Hs now PAUL J. PAINEV'S r,',tnA 'IVs.' VaV! 's, AFRICAN HUNT motion "V n m-s. nuuotin m ,i,, .! -, jo THE EIGHT 1,V: HAPPY ih 'i.in-lhy limine I 1: EIIITntl amiiMi. orllnni 1' s ! li. Mile In- n Whitosidei'iE Typhoon 2nd Month Minna Kerl'i Purls. Ne Vork UADDIC V e-!ii:ii' rvenlntrsx in nrAnrila Mais To-il.iy A I inrsI'Ai THE TALKER DlRlf&uili St ll'wav. Col. C'r l'.c. S.M. Matinees To-iloy W eii ,-m TheQuakerGirl w nn i'I.IITOX i w I nun PRITCNinil ll'wav A nth si 'es. s;ii. bnilCnillll vat, liMliy ft Hi i V t-l LOUIS MANN If iAVAAV,''' KMI Kt IttllU ki lt. Il'nut A :ilh SI. I M'liiu-rs nl B Mais In-day A Weil ' V Tlrkrla till Nile M)W In Mr,y '.'Sill. SffirMlKlSIfl N(UI IMCTrORlU :-I.Sl..!iearltroA'luAV. Maw e rlan"er m New Mu'lr.il i ome li THE MAN FROM COOK'S ZIEQFELD MOULIN ROUQE FIRST MATINEE TO-PAY A WINSOME WIDOW BIG CONCERT SUNDAY I IRPRTY dSt..iief.rl".y HvevS.lS. LlUCri I I MaU, To-day A Wed J-1J HENRY MILLER THE RAINBOW TIIOMAS. AAI CT V Urovlu.iy AT",riTr7e7h:.''A I I Mais, 'lo-ilr.y A Wed i nn. Mmlher i ohan A llarrliMiecru I'loi .ir.rm n lauithlni: imnle ' OFFICER 666 u'lli deiirje Viu.1' m.l Wallan-s I'iMIii ter. lit.. I've a .30. 't'-i-'lav P e l. !! Jil EDDIE IVflY If. V" ' ' "' Hih I A It i III. r ti'inw "THE FATHER" I'd nnd kllnekidl'l M.l Ii I i.l Ir llot..!- tliriilr, UAI 1 fill . V 1 lit r rnrui ah Arrives Chicago 8.55 A. M. I AMISKMKSTS. oVrvCTn'way li :aji?i I'M.. iiu7Ttwliij' llp.urirr PLAYHOUSE a-ili M . I of H'wiy. Phone "UL", Hrx.in! Mn. 1 ihiimi Tf-iUi Acii t Tlitirilav. ?:lft. Mtlilam CoMli'i'i a ai.UKI) V. 4IM. H. of n'way. i vcs. n l"i-ilni Ives. XI.',. Mill. 2UTI Dill I Q TUC CTDIMQC ;'l. vuiiii i ubbw mi. uininvv .11 VAIM: Dl.l.llll I'sTIi .US. Iirl ivy A- Av. 'i-'VThe Bird of Paradiss MiT Tat-n,.lJ,3ViS MON. 1.' 'ill I ncarnni-ntoi Ufrlt apr. is .MR. CHARLES HAWTREY .s.Mt ivi I i llh.VH l, a HAHI.IK. I.jrlr. a.'. 7t n i'. sa-15 Mai TiIlay 7Ai. Mil i nullum HI. am , orrh. mi... rum. i in ir ..l.i. LITTLE BOY BLUE HIIAIII l-IIIH.llrMor.il,.. us I. AS"" TWO vi:kks. .'I'.iril sr. Tlira.. jam. nr H'way Kn. a.m. Maiinr- i Di rrcDnv ov WHEEL I n-'t.iy is. n uui i liii i i TIIK WI'.Sl I..MI. 13JIII. W nt Rlh A V.g. KM. Mai Ti-ilay : I-. I ) I. It V It O MA X. NpU U i a-k lhr lllrrt af I'nrnilltr. MADISON SQ. GARDEN Tivk-e Hallv 2'l.',fts:tV I I limit open one ho'ir earlier 1 'I nils uri:K, ('iim .iiaiur. BARNUM AND - BAILEY CIRCUS I Ami Hi iMiperli i,;;.i i h.iracler Spectacle CLEOPATRA llumlreila nf Impnrleil A rente 'meltlet. AllMISSIllNl(l9t g. (( Heterverl Seata 1 I iM I'llIM, sJUC -4l. ii, j( jo. I'lllVATI mix SI'ATS S3..V) Ho aifflce open a A M in ft ! M i hll.lren nnrter 10 e,-ir Half I'rlrc lo Afternnnn performance, hunch TlcUei oilees (lioje Oltlee I'rlrati. l.i-hUn alley 1'lrl.ei Offlee, nui H'way. N Y cenlrnl Tirkei drtlce, t:i w 155 St Theo. lilir'i llvan rtmesl, 101 lnnx Ave. A ?M iiiaiul si v John WanamakerV More '"'.' COHAKf!' I 'SI I kill IVfl're. II w-n, .last. H. IU Mat Tn-riiv.'-ir. I'M I l.lll ID-MrillT. CaTi Ml rAuauiHiv. vwnnn sr.i.vi sii ni i;s ii, i.. r,.,,A of 45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY mi itiri Si i r J-1SIIEH a Mars MI).MIA. AI'IMI I am. Seats Selllnr. BLANCHE RING MSrA. A . w "ii.l al fo.'-r j with llarrj Otlfoll GRAND l!" "' 11,1 'S,'M' Mat To-day' """"" Mopiiriinierj A Slone"TheOldTown' Nxi Mnn.. i.et uteh oulek W'AI.I.!m:korii I ll i..vn-.si.Tll AV.MAI. Jr.M-;i:.SOX I'l.N.M.It. ornTO-.Mt.IIT Knlll s (iarrtcn. tl I'arlc i'lnce. .e York, l ulille uieome liiess Informal. Tickets, 11 Manlintnn Slnnle T,ix Cluti, Ii W'c.t 4Jd. RIM.t MIIlA III HI. SIJI I . To-day 2:. .'ic io m. sinoklnc. i . ii I'm tv 17 III To-nlirlii s u. CITATION. ,.- Tfil'Tl'KOPi i: ot -i hi: m M irrir.v'YORK, l'K .'''' ""'I t-'ne and Independent. 7. "f.'.'1. I'""eriei. Mnmlre ll l'eiiiei. Maria nn Ulndfrrer, I.ouls l'C' inel.tErinmnrt Weur net. Mimetlmes known as lleinard 1'euenet ( harlra Hamilton I'eusnet. nmellme known Hatnllton 1'cusnei. the helrn and neti of kin of LoulM' I'ruffiirt Mdelel, dei-rnsed. Si:M) Glllitn' '.H'hereai, ttohert t.ouln Hozuet, nf the City of New or:. h lately applied io the Surroate'a Court of our County of New Vork, to hae a cer tain Instrument In wrlllnit relatlnc to both real anil rrrennal properly, duly proved a the latt Will and Testament nf Loulfe l'euunet Mdelel late of the County of New Yoi-fc. deceased, There fnie im mul each of you are cited to apB" ticfnre the hurrocair of our County of New York at Ids ortie.- In ihe County of .New York-, on the thirteenth day of May one thousand nine hundred and tnelie, at half rest tan o'clock In tha tore nom ot that dav, then and there to attend the prphate of ihe ;ald Ian Will and Tenement. And aurh nf you as e.rc hereby cited, aa ara under lhe age of twenty nne years, are required to appear liy jour nuardlan, If you ;iave one. or If you nave none, lo appear and anply for ona l" i'i ' nryiuriicu, nr iii ine evcni ni our neglect ii iniiuir iu ui, nn, a Kunrairt;i "in ne annolnted t the tun 'orate in repreent and act for you In Ih pmreedinir, IK TTIMONV WHKRKOr, Wa ha caii-M thn Seal nf the Surjoejate' i ourt e 'he aa" i Cnun'y of New Voru lo he hereunto a.-'aed. W n'MIS.l, Hon Hubert I.udlow fowler, a Mr mcatr of our ealu 'ouin;- of .Vew Yorli. at .) i Count -, ihe nn, ila of Marrti In lhe year of n l.nid nun thniiianit ill hundini and melie ll.. M n 'll'l .i i(lVr"V Clfl i i'w S'linik'i. s lVi,r I GOING OVER? UBrMia wmmllZl