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.Hi I: IS! I 11 I THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 14, l&l'i. '- ' ' l fill ! " i ( i '-itiNikfjtKmte&Bfil&Sws .Mil Continued from Firnt I'agc. ! tho benediction mul In the ehnneol will le BBsssSrv IBBBBBBBsW 1. - XV JHflWWtlW'W that of Mis Kute Schna'ceuhorv,, d.niKhfr of Mr. and Mr. Daniel Sohtin'rnlorg of Nrw Brighton, Statoti IkIhixI. to K twin) Everett Rartloit. Jr.. of this city, which will ho celebrated in the Churcn of tin Heavenly Rest on Wednesday pfternnon at 4:30 o eloe!. After tho ceremony there Rivinonil t'liuuingliim will not ns his will le a reception nt thn St. Regis. , brother's best man. Tin ushers will lx , the Rev. M.tthone Blroklioad of Tuxedo, Plans have been completed for th wed- the Row Hoscoe Conklinc Hatch of Wntor dingof MisGenevioe Marie Amy.d.iugh- i town, tin Rev. George Norton of Ht'. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Julius Hva- clnthe Amy, to Warren Kinney, which will be celebrated in tho Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on Wednesday morning, April 24, nt It o'clock. Tho bride hat chosen her sister. Miss Isabella Amy, as timid of honor. Tho bridesmaids will be the Misses Clemenoe V. Amy, Marie and Oladvs O'Dotioluic. cousins of the brid", und Elizabeth Fnr mlly. Olie C. Owens ami Klhnlx'tli M. Bister. Morris Kinney will le his brother's best man. Ernest V. Amy. brother of the bride", Randall and Beverly Keator. Nher burne Prescott and Roliort V. t.ihon will net n ushers. Immediately after the ceremony there will be a breakfast und reception for relatives and intimate friend at th houi of the brlds's parents, ts Went Seventieth street. A wedding which will take place in Ht. Mary's Church at Tuxedo on Saturday. April 27, will be that of Miss Alice Aii drear. daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Otto Andreae, Jr.. of Tuxedo, to Woodbury Reamans, son of Dr. and Mrs. William S. tieamans of this city. The Rev. William Fitz Simon will officiate. Miss Andreae ha chosen for her attend ants her sister. Miss Gertrude Andreae, who will bo maid of honor, and the Misses Anzonella Kane. Marie Met on, Emily Rushmore and Klizabeth Deming, who will act as bridesmaids. William 8. Seamans. Jr.. will Ant a hi. brother' be3t man. The ushers will be Oriswold Lorillord, Clement L. Despard , Henrv T. Fleitmann, John Tucker. Craw ford Burton und Oeorge A. Wushinutou, 1 Id. There will be a reception for rela tives and friends immediately after the ceremony. The wedding of Miss Katharine Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Francis Bhaw, to Thomas Dickson, will take place at the house of tho bride'x parent', 31 West Fifty-tlfth Mrcet, on Tuesday, April 30. Tho ceremony will bo private and will be attended by relatives of tho bride and bridegroom, but there will lie a larga reception afterward. The bride will have no uttendunts. The wedding of Miss Valerio Worthing- ton, a daughter of Mrs. Henry F. Worth - r5L? win" bhar,r, noZr'at Pelnam Manor, will bo celebrated on lursuu.v, .iprii jj, in hi. iiarnanas s Church, Irvington-on-Hudson. The Rev. Royal Balcom, rector of tho church, will officiate Miss Worthington will have Miss Ger - trude Carrlngton of Chicago ns her maid of honor and Mrs. Lowrv Gillett will be matron of honor. ' R Clifford Black will attend Mr. Roper as best man, nnd the ushers will ln Witlier- nee uiacK, ineodore .Montgomery Hill. Walter Cooko, Jr., and Henry Haywood j. , i , MrM' Janies hpeyer, who is now in En- wM'recettone Y,ork "" mate friends at tho Worthington horn.'- H W?'nl t""r.c ly children of Mead. I "Disraeli which is to l(o given for the Ilieliellt of St Mary's Tree Hospital fur Another spring wedding which will bo Children in Wallace's Theatre on the nfter quietly celebrated is that of Miss Anita noon of April 25 Merle.Smlth. second daughter of the Rev Thero has already been an encouraging Dr. and Mrs. Wilton Merle-Smith. It sale of seats and boxes and among tho - - i -.... i'.-.iini., ui in iiuuii April 20. at the house of tho brido's par rents. 29 West Fiftv-fourth street n. win iuiu iimuH on .uoiinay a ternoon. rents, 29 West Fifty-fourth street iin,..,u uv. .' i nrvniinT ni mnnrntnrf nn u i i lew intimate friends wufbe invited. Tho'!'. Zal)riskie. Samuel S. Blood. S. Breck vcremoiiy win ne pcriormca ty the brido's fatner. assisted by tho Rev. Dr. Henrv Tan i-iyKo oi Princeton. , The wedding of Miss Mary Van Zile, daugiiter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Zlle, to the Rev. Gerald A. Cunningham, renlor curate of St. George's Church, will take place on Monday, April 20, in Trinity Chapel at noon. Tho Rev. Herbert N. Cunningham of Watertown, Conn , father of the bridegroom, will officiate. Hlb-hop David H. Greer will pronounce THE PUBLIC interested in highe.t grade Garden Marblea, Terra Cottaa, Period Furniture and Works of Art is cordially invited to visit CLARKE'S ART ROOMS 5 West 44th St.,(Adj. 5th Ave. Bank) Exhibition on April 15th and 16th To-morrow (Monday) and Tuesday Sale .... April 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday a o o o a a a a thr benediction mirl In tho ehnneol will le tin1 Rev Dr .lolm MnckrlclRp. vicar of Trinity tTi'tpcl; th Hov Dr. William 11 Vililn-rt. o vicaf of Trinltv Chatel. nntl II'' Rev llll"li tinker of St. Georce's Church Tlm bride will luvo Imr sisters, tho .Misses Stllie ntvl II irrtot Lots au Zilo, . an hnr onlv attend intn. "" 'f " ' "''"'.! ""tries iiuchitigiiam itnd !;iwre:io Whittomore. Miss OIri Uohc, daughter of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charles Itohe, will lw mirried to Harry ('. Stencck in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Centr.il Park West and Sixty-tiftli street, on Thursday. April 2. 'I ho bride will have her sister, Missi Ciorlrude Itnlie. as nnid or honor. Tho bridesnvihU will bo the Misses Vlvienno Kranlek. I! ol W)lffritti, Teresa Koser and MissMalx'IS. Moore, fieorgo Steneck will Ik? lit- brothor's lst man and the ushrs will lh Ch tries Hoho. Jr.. and' William Uohc. brothers of thn bride, and Harry Underwood. There will bo a re ception nt the Hotel Stvoy. , Plans hive been completed for the wed . ding of Miss Kdith Tewis Schmidt, daugh- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schmidt of Sin Francisco, to Carl M. Forsch of this city, which will take phco on Thursday afternoon in the ballroom at Sherry's at 4:30 o'clock. The Kev. Dr. Stephen Wise will officiate. Mrs. J. Mortimer Shear, sister of the bride, will bfi tho only attendant. Albert Forsch will act ns his brother's best man. 1 Tho ushers will bo Sidney and Herbert Forsch, brothers of the bridegroom; Dud lev Fischer, Milton Frank. Walter Blun, Albert Solomon and J. Mortimer Shear. There will bo n reception after the cere- I niony for relatives nntl intitnite friendn. Mis Schmidt has been spending the winter with her cousin Mrs Jefferson Scllgman at 11 liist Sixty-ninth street Tho wedding of Miss Alice B. Stanch field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stanchtleld, to Pr. Arthur Wright, will 1 tako place on Saturday, April 27, at tho house of the bride's parents, no West highty-sisth street Only rel.it ives nnd a few intimate friends will lm invited for the wedding ccremonv Miss Stanch- Held will have no attendant. - , An engagement of interest recently nn- nounced was that of Mi.-s Jeant.ette ' Myers, a daugliter of Mr. and Mis. Charles Myers of Hempstead, to Colgate Hoyt, Jr , of this city. Mr Hoyt is a meinln-r of the banking firm of Colgate Hovt A Co, , with his fatner, and is well known in so i-ifiy, no was KruuuaiPU irom nrown lrA K ft,r the wedding. prominent in lias been 1 Tho engagement was announced last week of Mis F.lcanore Woodward, datigh- ! i tor of Mrs. Orator 1". Woodward of LeRoy 1 V to Dr John A Victor, a son of Mrs. Georgo F. Vietor of 787 Fifth avenue, ,)r Victor is n memlier of tho Now York Hospital M.iff and n member of the ! ' ountry, Rumsori and Delta Kappa I'.psllon clubs. He was graduated from tine in ni. Dure inwers me Mmnk f 'nrno Una r r,..l Klbert If Gnrv Oimnriil CI SmltV, neorgo i- i nmmann, Horace B. Andrews, P A Valentine. Irvine T lJui-h, Frederick Pearson, Paul M. War-1 burg. Charles H Tweed, John 11 Isolln, Frank S. Witlierbee, .Stuyvesant Fish, Daniel Kutterfleld, John R Drexel, Edward I) Adams, J Steward Harney, Orme Wilson, JrlTerFoii (lark, Ira Barrows, Hermann Bidder, Lewis Gouveneur Mor-1 us, it. wass i.i'iiyam, .icsepn h, Aiierbach, D Brysoti Delavan, Wnlter B, James, Henry Munroe, James L Barclay, H Mortimer HrooUr, Isaao I). Fletcher, I I a a a a a a a IIMSWB-. 1 1 1 iiMP TBt. f C4....1. B All I . . Carroll. James HGoodwin. Charles H 1 Coster. W. B. Osgood Field, James H. Hoggin, William P. Doughs, Jnmes M Donald, Stuart Duncan. J. Wood-r.ini Haven. A Murrar Yotmc. V Vnrinn rtnrf. dard. Iloljert II Ingersoll. Henn- B Ifvde, J. Henrv Alnmndre. James (.'. Hi'hnp, Coulter D. Huyler, Elmund L. ftavlies, Benjamin Guegenlteim. Harrv H. Hollins. Edward J Hancv. John W. Mirturn. Ocsar I,, Richard. Robert G Mead. Elmer K Black. William Pollock. Georco Rlnmen. thai. William D, Sloane. Walter D.imrosch "alter 8. Gnrnee. V. Harcliy Pardons, W, Pjerson Hamilton, Chirles R. Flint, Henry Villard. (Jlirles H. Ditson. Garrett i R. Pier. J. Dynelv Prince, J Wendell Mintuni. II A. C Taylor and Hilhorno I.. Roosevelt It lias been decided to hold the annual garden party for the Army Relief Fund j at Governors Island the last weok in May. ! The exact date lias not yet been selected, 1 hut will be later by Gen. Itliss. who is now in command of the Department of the East. Mrs. Charle F. Roe is presi- aent or the .w lork branch of the so- oto r. Miss clety , and among the members nre the President and Mrs. Taft, Mrs. .1. Piernont Morgan, Elihu Root, Gen. Charles 1 Roe, ' "'"f" "" ''"' ' " " icgiiiar Gen. and Mrs. James It. Ilurbank. Mrs.jnrmy' Douglas Robinson, Mrs. Henry Bist.hofT,' Thero will be a concert to-morrow MeK Jl 'rHr-nH A"!!l. I"'""" by the Seaman, Mrs. Mackay, Mrs. Htuyvesunl Fish, Gen. Horace Porter. Co I. Robert M. Thompson, Mrs. Fuhlus M. Clarke, Mrs. William C. Churoh. Mrs. William Ludlow, Mrs. F. Jarvis Patten and Mi Isabello Murine, The annual meeting or the nooloty will be held on April 2t at the house of Mrs. Daniel S. Lamnnt, when details of the garden party will be decided on. The 1 N Doroth Va , jm. lliHAn 5USAN.HSH Eleanor LamSon net proceeds of the party will bo devoted I fnd for widows nnd orphans of Harvard University (Juuriet under the auspices of tho Altar Guild of tlm City Mission Society, whicli is interostod in tlm welfare of tho Episcopal Chapel on Society women are giving their support Ward's island. The quartet is composed 0 tho conceit orgnnied by Miss Emtnv of Dotin . Hun-coin, Moyd Neule, f'rank ne-tlnn or tlm Met mnnlltim iwm fn'.. R. Hancock and Kenneth HuddiMi. Samuel '' '' "r , ,po'!," V'T? . 1 L. M. Barlow will l. at the piano and , to niorrow night at tho Waldorf-Astoria. Lawrence. H. Butler will sing French 'Hie proceeds w lm dovoted to thn m eongs. lu addillou to the inusio Ualphl search fund of the Berlin-Treptow Ob. j Bunker, Instructor of dramatlo inter i pretation at Harvard, will give a nomo i logue. Among the patronesses are Mmes. Joseph H. Choatc, William H. Draper. Harold F. Hadden, Peter B. Olney and William D. Sloane. Member of the Junior Iengue will ap pear in the two act musical comedy 'Tags and Tatters" to be given for the benefit of the Music School Settlement nt the Berkeley Lyceum Theatre on the nights nf Anril 5f nnd The tnllsin und Irrics ' havo been written by Mis Grace Holllngs- worth and tho book by Miss Oraco Henry, who havo collaborated on former occa sions. Mrs. S. Hinman Bird will have the part of the bandit prince nnd Miss Jeannettn McAlpin will assume tho role of the heroine. Among others in tho leading roles will be Miss Clrace Henry. I Miss Mildred Gill 1 Nathalie .lermld iert Townend nnd Miss le lov. 'I hero will also l n Inice (horns, in- rinding the Misse.i Edith lindon, Ursula and t uro Iliimn, Margaret Weeks, Gene vieve Sanfnrd, Margaret Harris, Ncel Johnston, Frances Henry nntl others. Tickets and boxes mny be hud from Miss Lucy Margaret Roosevelt of WH Filth avenue. servatory, whero Miss Destlnn took a sieciul cotirso in nstronomy. The Ger man Ambassador and Countess von Bern stoilT have lent their patronage, and utnong those who havo taken seats and boxes are Mr. and Mrs. James Speyer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, Miss Leary, Mrs. Charles H. Ditson. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin S. Mnrston. Prof, and Mrs. H. Fairfield Osborn, Sirs. Joseph W, Marsh nnd Miss Amy Tonond. Tho artists who will assist Miss Destinn are Dinh Ollly of the Metropolitan Opera, Edouard Dethier and Arthur Hochmann. You've all seen the coronation, And the Durbar clrbrallon. Hut wr have tourhfd wllli matte the lifeless photocraph. Here you'll I'.mi no Emulation. Hut rmir friends tn realization, Turned Into moving picture by the emle-cet--laph. If you hare tmaelnatlon, Concoct a new creation, Invent a coinlc costume from the attic rlff-a-raff. Then come In expectation, Of treat fun and scintillation. And you'll not be disappointed by the crnlc-iei-4- laph. Society Is interested. in the, novel enter tainment called "The Cynic' Get a toph," which will bo given in the ball room of the Hotel Puza on Tuesday evening under tho auspices of Auxiliary No. 10 of the Stony Wold Sanitarium for the benefit of that Institution. Tho entertainment, which is being ar ranged by Mies Elizabeth Reid nnd Miss Mary Q. Meyer, will bo a living moving picture show, in which several of the wagon's debutantes and young men of society will po-o. Tho light from n regu lar cinematograph machiuo will bo thrown on black gauze and the cilect that, will bs produced with the living subjects in the "films" will l quite realistic. Among those who will le in tho "pic tures" are the Misses Frances Thome, Evelyn Hoyt. Caroline and Cora Weir, Isabel Hoyt, Marion Meyers, Eleanora lilsicl, Genevieve Sanford and Eveljn Foster; Sidney P. Henshaw, Oliver Wdg blulT and . Davis Conrad. There will U nunierous other amusing novelties. The iueinlvrs have given an entertainment each year for this charity nnd originality Ivis always leen the key note of tlm pmgriunme, and this year they hoo tn outdo all previous attempts. An "Wen Muse..." with some of the pret tiest, debutantes in place of the wax works, wlllbo one of these. Tills is lieing ar ranged by Miss lua KIsh-I and some of thoso who will p'e aro the Misses Allco , D.iiniosch, lUiabolh Hiihs., Allejn Oj born, Clara Chechman, y,oe Hinnah, 1 Eleanor Kiss.., ,.en McLiughlln, Carol . Murray and Mit gaivt Sloan. Aiiioug the men who will also take part a re George Glider, Worth Howard, Frandt Rinnloiit, Allen Look, Harold 8tok, Morton Newhnll. John Marsh, Langdori Olllet, Horaon Green, Charles Biitr, Francis Colby and AJvin Balttl. Thre will also be a living "Punch and JiHT show, which Miss Zoo Hannah has ar ranged. v A Highland fling will he danced in tttmn by the Misses Nathalio Kelley Hr Voulet.fl Proctor, Edward Stevens and Watson Blair. Miss Margery Clinton la, arranged a parody on "Kismet," in Misses Helen MclOtighlln and Sopliin Norris wiUjslnjj and give monologue, and there will lm a sketch called "A Irlil To China" arranged bv Miss Alice )x Wardwell in which will appear llnreld Otis, Raymond Ives, David J. Ely, l(u.ri Cheney, Philip Iijrndon Dodge and t' Douglass Green. 'OuosU are asked to come in costume Programmo girls, flower and cigarette venders will bo in fancy dress and include thn Misses Louise Baldwin, Sybil Davis, Christina Fisher, Anita Eimriet Katherine Crane, Mary Ostrander and Joanna Auchinol oss. Some of thohs who will nssist at the soda fountain are the Misses Eleanor and Mabel Hinton Ruth Hasklns and Gertrude Pardee. There will lie general dancing after the. entertainment. Applications for tickets may bo made to Mrs. Throop M. Wilder at 51 East Seventy-eighth street or tn any member of thn executive committee among whom are Mrs. George S. Frank lin, and the Misses KatheiiT.S Cianr Helen R. Sloan, Ina A. Rlssnl, Eleanor Hinton, Alice- Fox and Gertrude Pardee, Among those who wilt serve on the floor committee are Cleveland Cobb Charles C. Townsend, Frederio B. Jen nings, Jr., J, Jlorton Ijams. George De K. Glider. Russell Cheney, Edward Shlppen, 2nd, D. Raymond Noyes, Howland 8. Davis, Alfred Ely, Jr., H. Duncan Bulkley, John Kerr, H. Pemberton Sturges, Percy 8. Weeks, Huntington Babcock, Charles G. Loring, Francis T. Colby. Kenneth Board man, Schuyler M. Meyer, Gardner B. Perry and Hurold P. Stokes. A muaioaie will bo given at Delmonlco's at 3 o'clock this afternoon for the benefit of the Arthur Home for Blind Babies. A programme of unusual interest has been arranged and It Is expected that a fairly good stun will lie realized for the charity. Among the patronesses are Mrs. Ruth Helen Davis, Mrs. Wi. lam R. Chapman, Mrs. Cynthia Westover Alden, Mrs. J. B. Greenhut, Mrs. Theodore F. Reward, Mrs. Edwin Knowes and Miss Sara Esta brook. A bridge tournament will be given is the ballroom of the Hotel Plaza on the afternoon of April 25 in aid of the Ely Club Home for Young Women Students at 31c Lexington avenue. The home is main tained by a club composed of the alumnn of the Ely School and the proceeds will b e devoted to the needs of the organiza tion. Among tho patronesses are Mrs. Frederick A. Johnson, Mrs. Holland S. Duell. Mrs. Cornelius Agnew, Mrs. John Jay, Jr., Mrs. Arthur .1. Slade, Mrs. Alfred B. Thacher. Mrs. William Knight and the Misses Gertrude Waldo, Anna Lee, Alice Lowell and Mary B. Ely. The Alumna? Association of the College of New Rochelle will give its first dance at Delmonico'a on Tuesday night, April 2.1. Among the patronesses are Mrs. Edward H. Hawke, Jr., Mrs. John J. Mitchell, Mm John G. Agar, Mrs. Samuel H. Burr, Mrs. Thomas Fenlon, Mrs. John Aspell. Mrs. J. F. Jennings, Mrs. Georire Vail, Mrs. Daniel Warren, Mrs. Andrew D. White. Mrs. Armand H. Mollenhauer. and Mrs. Hugh McCrossin. For the benefit of the Catholic Protec tive Society there will be given in the Iwll room of the Waldorf-Astoria next Friday evening a bridge tournament and dance. The proceeds will be used in aiding the society in its work tn courts, prisons and reformatories and in assisting discharged prisoners and persons on pro bation. Mrs. David McClure is president of the organization. . Among the patronesses are Mri. Francis P. Garvin, Mrs. Cabot Ward, Mra. Florence White Und Mrs. Andrew Dougherty. At the annual reception and dance of The Virginians last Wednesday night ths Princess Pierre Troubetskoy, was one of the patronesses. The Prlncesn was for merly Miss Ameiie Rives, and comes from an old family of Virginia. Although . living in New York she is loyal to her birth State. Tho reception brought tr gethor many of Virginian birth who now , live here. The society is the oldest of the state societies oi tnts city. Among the debutantes of next winter will bo Miss Gertrude Herbert, daughte: of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Herbert of $33 Fifth avenue. Miss Herbert returned from Europe a fortnight ago, havlnc been a member of Mrs. Finch's pirty. She was one of the bridesmaids t the wedding of Miss Mary Tier Sutphen una IiOwis Atwood Knott last Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Taber Sears will giv receptions at their studio on Friday snd Saturday afternoons of this week. They exct to go to Europe early this summer. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Reading Bertron will I passengers on the Titanic next Saturday i und will remain abroad for the summer. Mrs. Iter iron has been an invalid tn Continued on Third Tag.