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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
11 ARMY AND NAVY AT j THE MEYER WEDDING I);in' '''i' l'v - Secret iiry Minn- Married to Lieut. II. P. Tinkers. 1 jtk In'u;ifet WiNon Uopro- .'iit Her I-'ii 111 i 1 y Helen I'.it't There Also. v V-r' 2i - The m.irrince 1 icon Meyer, dnuchter 1 ,' ., . . Sc. ret.iry of the Nn d I I- Merr, to I.lent. i V P. i.ris. I'. S. N.. FOn of -r I'vie-. r f took ' ' ' 1 lnlK, . n i -d.y in Johns Lpl?-( The Ke. Itnlnnd Cotton 1 ,f M . r J!" r.r -r r I" ' ,p v s.H T r.a ' rt-rmt-d the ceremony 1 tilled with army and . ... . ..... ..u. ' ., .,1 rei.itire- of the bride- M. 4 M.irpnret Wilson repre- rr. .-i.b nt'. family, l.leitt. ,1 r.ui.lf 'li of the late Hear m -n.l lt.nli;er and a nephew :.t lti .tr Admiral of the tim ,in..r I .( if..- ' nun-. r.fr S- it mat. rn.il ur.indfather ls for ' , - 1 n t'.itniron of t'cnnsyl- wn-i ".if at tu- weddlllK. ar. . u. Ti.im ' 1 , . j n ............ ....... ........ unninni,.,! from llaranl In 11'- Mr and i, ... . r f the bride, no maid of. Mr- t hantilni; will e 011 the ( hannliii; i,n M Hc.en Taft. daughter nf j form at Shcrborn r.. f. -:l-r.t T.if!. Ml" KleonorJ -,:. . M r. M.S.- Martini McCook ' smith llurrl.. .. , v - I! , pi-.et.-n of New York. v M . .lennmet. ami Ml nor-, KnTe lrrN llntu!;r f r ,, Mr !.. W" ,m- ..f this city, bridesmaids. 1 Crittenden Harrln. and Avy llarrell Miiith, i -all 1: .Imtj w.i the best man nnd noln nf oiCM Hideo, were married to-nisht , j :i I. Miyer. Jr.. Alexander in Chnt Kpl.eoiml Chureh The liev. I; U I- .M.iJ 'f James .. i.i;n, i,.e.- D.ilt W. rth Haeley. fJkvin Dan m' e!, Cameron ltradley, Clarence Hi antl Asf.Jtnnt Naval Constructor Hor 11 rt P. llow.trd were the ushers. ':.k-en. II i.e 3d nnd his sister. M.iry. tr.i r.1 . .ir. rs and followed the. br..:e tj t ,u aitar. The Hale children , e -.as "f the bndeeroom on his ine':.e-.- d.- and are children of Chand It r.'V f- rmer Ass.st.int Secretary of 1 , I .t . 1 T r -kl wto iory satin with rare! e.u 1 ..rich: 1 fft otUrly with ornnce h'. r.- Ibr lull.' veil was held with nr..tic- b -S'ims . The eeremony was w d ' v a nreptloii in the Meyer kiTV if'-r wh'i h the couple left for a ' . I Vt in the country. They have ln a : use at Chevy Chase for th? simni'' I.letit Hodcer- Is in command if rjovernmen. yacht Sylph At nc the cue-ts were the Trench At.. ,i-ador and .Mme. JU.-seranu. tno , , ier. in Ambassador, the Italian Am- V.ss.i'ir. the Brazilian Amnassatlnr and Mme Pi (Jama, the Austrian Atnbassa At anJ .".-veral members of his staff; .'nvr I,, dge. Col. nnd Mrs. Simons: fan' iln Gibbons of tho Naval Academy an! Mr- Oihbon.", Mr. and Mrs. John Hies Hammond, Mrs. Townsend, Mrs. P.rVr' McCormlck. Mrs. Hobert Pat 'fr n f il and Mrs Henry May. the M'"p M iy, Captain and Mrs. Thomas ' P. dc undo and aunt of the bride rmnm M-s Bradley, formerly Miss vir- a Came-en, aunt of the bridegroom. . M - Margaret Cameron of New Vsrlc MONTCIAIR DOUBLE WEDDING. Mls llnrtnn Nrsfell nnd Her HrotUer .llnrrr Tojethr M w ei. April CO A double wed w,. e'.eued in St Luke's Epl-co- ' ' i- i tn.ght Mts Marian Tar- - . w- :. lauehter of Mrs. Kirk B. 't"v. ! suth Mountain avenue, was , T,r. 1 1,.,, . McC.raw, also of M - ' , - mj M ss Klizfibeth Ieslie Cor- i " n,j.-.r f Mr and Mrs. George B '.i a 1 1 rnell or .vioniciair nvrnue K.rk Wells Newell, a son s a- xa- i t.i rf M . N- well r ..t. R. Stearl.v. rector of St. I . t- f .rrned the ceremony for Miss! Nas 1 a I M- MeC.raw, -while the Rev. I . Ju Hridces, ex-rector of St. John's T.: .1 1, riur'h. otllclated for Miss Cor r. ,ind Mr Newel'. Mr aI itraw had as his best man Bar 1 V MeOr.iw of Madison, and "" 1 ''.iroii. Jr. of Buffalo was 'n n for Mr. Newell. Miss '-w ' - -riid of honor whs her 1 M'ss Marguerite Mallet of H- Junior of Wellesley Col- .1 d James Pusald White of v V rV. formerly of Montclalr, was ruf 1 r h. n..- for Miss Cornell. T - demiids were MI-.s Hlldegard n M Mary Vorter and Mis Clara "' a i' t f Montclalr, Miss Laura Fv,s.. I Miss Irma McCloskey. both ' k i formerly of Montclalr; '.! 1 rndt. Mrs. Albert S. Jaockeljof 11 - iMs W Ilium F. M.ithUQS of New Mt Vi'nn. Wilmarth of Phlladcl ' 1 . - ' M s. Wallace H. Partridge of P.esv!' T .s,.r were William Newell. ' . irnen, i.;n.irie- o.irnsun n M'"'",',.si- l'nsr!s rtanshr of Vevv York. fo-n. .,. . Montclalr; GifTord M. Pear "1 ''1. . lii.tge, Donald McGregor of "",'.. .i.n-.t- I McGraw. Jr., of Mad!- ' Frazee of Montclalr and I'. 1- T.. r cf New York. - l.v the brides' mothers, '!'- tv.-li and Mrs Cornell, followed at : w., v T, Mr. and Mrs. McGraw ' M' I Mrs Newell sail next v.. . j.)y n ,v,(, orotava for Hurmuda. "' 1.; t n 1 the summer on their 1 v 'he Rainbow, nnd next fi'l ' irn 1 Montclalr to live. MISS GARRISON A BRIDE. Mnrrini rlualun AValter V, Comrie, I s. V, nt (hp Hrntciilr Heat. 1 ( 1 i.r. h nf the Heavenly Host was ' s-e-terdny afternoon the wed- M.-- Iiorntiiv fmrri-on, daughter .1 I Mr- GrenfH llliik.- Garrison, to ' v,,.,.r Combs. I S S . the r er ,. ' hipman, rector of tlie uhiiri h, "", " g. a tstiHl by tho liov. Albert J. M - ' e rhaneel was deeomted with - ,1 apple blos-ons and along tho tn-tened i lusters of these Mower. , i ii. entered the chureh with her -' ' v gave her away. .She wore a ' ' t 1, 1.. rrepe meteor trimmed with ' 1 ii'n nnd carried a bouquet of and lilies of tho valley. Her veil t anplinuA laee was held In plaeo by a -'" if oraneo blossoms and oil over ij m.rt train. "' Moi'aliiuhlor of Annapolla was the '' of honor Her costume was of palest ' 1 urn euse and she vvoro a black sttaw 1 1 ' meil with pule green eharmense " er 'n'epdnnts worn Mrs. Richard ' h mi and tho Mlea 1 1 r-J.-n Itnylls, 1 ofiln. MicnonToby, Marlon 1'eiist no Laura Andrews. 'I'hey worn "in ko in ro-tumeH of pale pink satin 'ind while. hifloniiiuUtheylwore black straw " 'nmed wph black 111II0 and pain 1 k r- hps 'ihev turned arm bouiiiets of ' . 1.1am M Mrllvain. I S N, 'i'K n in and ilie ushers were C. Kdgar n ind l.nsigns llowanl A I'lanlttan, - M ( uolie ,lr llollvnr V Meail, Davids-mi and Hobert D lirown H After tbe ceietaony there wag a reception, ill the homo of the bride's uncle, Col. Hobert M Thnmpon, .1 KhM SIMy-nlnth etreel Mr ntnl Mr Comb-. Iff I Inter for a short Southern trip I h.-x will live m I'hllH-ilcltihiii MISS SCHENCK WEDS AT LENOX. Ilrcnmi-a Hrlilr nf llimlcli ClinnnlnB of Micrhurn. ln. i.fnoji. M , April : Mk Mnry Moid Schciicl-, only tlnuehtcr of Mr .1 Frederick Kcliplick of Vnlloyhcnd, was married at noon to-day to lliiydi'ii Cli.intilnu nf Shcr bom, Mn- , by the Hev Arthur .1 tlntii mni'k, rector of Trinlly Kplseop-il Church Only ioliiilo of tin- Initio ami bridcKrooni wllnced 1 lie ceremony I he bride nticiidt'd lv her roiin 1 j mill .'. ivir olil. tdelei o (irpciilcaf. ( I dauchtrr or Mr anil Mr, .toliti t (in rtilcnr ! of Vo ork.ntid J(ipphSciir I o orinc mim j 'of Mr and Mrs Joseph I" I uvcrlnc of 1 1 Milton, Ma.. llopreent.itive l.iithrop 1 Drown h lmt mnn I V liriwkfHot and loccption followed (he eeremoin About one hundred wrrc In- lnr orldM srnwii h- white ...I'm veil whli h Im boi 11 in the fntnlH or 'he bride -aunt. Mr- Ill.hnr.l 1 t.reot.le.if of Lawrence, I. 1 . and a worn lv four of 'lie bride'- i otisln-. at their uedilttiK Hi l-''"'. 'vered the hrld;il tiowii I The itur-M inelnded the bride', aunt Mrs Mllln111 It Hue on of New ork and Mr. Cliurle- 11 Miepard of a-hincton I N-encer t o-nv .it vwimn: ' T 'TV " a,,or , nanninc. Mr ntid Mr-. Walter rinunliiir. Mr and Mr- 1 Iletiry More chnnidni.' of Holon. Mr and Mr Hamilton KMi lleniamtn, Mr anil Mr .lohti r (ir. enleaf. Mr and Mr- (ieorce V'ol-om. Mr- .lo-eph VV ltnrdeii, Mr and .Mr- Heiin llol,iter Vne. Mr-, .loliti K Metalider 11 lid Mi-re- Helm and l.dlth I' Mnrirnh of New Vnrk Mr- ("hannlne i- a member of the l.enox (iolf and 'lelinl- flub, like Malikeeiiae Hoatina Club and Colony t ilth of New ork Mr Chatinintr. who 1-a -on of 1 r and Mr- ner iianmnir 11 urooKiiiip. .ia-. wa. Jawin a. wmte, rector 01 ttie rmtreii, per formed the eeremony. The bride, who wat Riven away by her father, m attended by the Mie- Mar euerite Adams of Philadelphia and Kilza beth White of Atlantic City, eounln- of the bride. whoe mother- ntted a- lirlde-mald- for the mother of Ml llarri- Harold W Hobh- of I'tlea was lot man and Hilith (' Hurle of (ileti lllilee, Lyndelolt of ltre- erton. X V ; l'hlllp T Heartt of Caldwell. tlln Colt and l.awrenee Colt of New I ork anil P Hayes Acnew Adam- of Phlla- delphla ere ti-lier-. After the ceremony a larce reception was iieia at tue nomeof ur. anit .Mr Harris. '.'4S Hlditowood avenue. After a Southern trip Mr and Mr-. Smith will live in New London, Conn. Tonnelr -Illteh. The wedding of Miss Reva Marie Hitcli. daughter of Mr. and Mr- William Thomas Illteh. to John I. Tonnelo took place In .ivnry n,,nist Church yesterday after non. the Hev. Iiober rituart McArtlmr. pastoremerltus. offlciatin The bride had Ml Margaret Pu Mary as her maid of honor, atid the other at tendants were the Ml e- Pay Waterbury of this city. Janet Heckwlth nf Pasadena. Cal . dertnide Lewi- of Toledo and Ada l!ee-e of O reenw leh. Conn Xdward lliird 1'iKllke was the be-t man, and the ushers were Theodore Tonnelo, a cousin of the bridegroom. Prank Wilcox, Varlck Martin, V.ugeno Pltou. Thomas H. Waterbury and Manley Hitch smith After the ceremony there was a reception at the Plaa Mr and Mr- Tonnelo left later for a trip to the South They w.H live in this city . j rn Wlnprnnj-. PlitLAPELfiliA, April Harvey Sayen and Miss Marion Wlnpenny were married In St. Mark's Church to-day Miss Mar guerite Hess was maid of honor and Miss Katharine Crow let of petroit. M'ss tieatrice . rm, .miss Anna 11 i.upin. , Miss Julia Hebner. Miss Anna Colket 1 French unci Miss Anne oonson were uncles- maids. Miss Louise and Miss Dorothy Johnson, nieces of Mr Sayen. were flower , girls. Robert W. Liggett was Mr. Sayen's nri .- ...u. , t.tcin'nv tic Wlnpenny, Howard B. Liggett. Benjamin!;"0 ,V L , Evall Marsh, Cownn Bain and Rulon his orchestra had Cooper. Austin Thomne. PlttLAPEU'llIA, April 26. Miss Mar garet L. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thomas, and Dr. J. Paul AuHln. son of the late A. A. Austin, sur- C(.0n of the I'nlted Htntes Navy, were mar- here to-day. Mr. Frederick T Thomas, a sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor, and Pr. Floyd K. Keen" was r-st man The ushers were Pr. F. 11 Klacr. Dr. Howard C. Carpenter. Fred erick T. Thomas and Caleb J. .mine, Jr. Tho couple will live In Oermantown. Wnnlrn Brocklr. Piiii.APEi.rittA. April 26. William F. Warden nnd Mrs. Agnes Slorgan Broekln Chestnut Hill vvire married to-day In tho Hrockle home, Mrs. J. Nelson Fur- vlnnee. a sister of Mrs. Warden, was matron of honor. After a trip they will live nt Meadow Iyodge, nryn .iiawr, umu June, when they will sail for Hurope. Vanrrllet- Irler. Gosiit.x, X. V . April 26.- Miss Adelaide Dekav drier and John Jewell Vanvliet were 1 1 ... ... A.,,. Tho l.rl.l. wns l. married here to-day the tirlils was at- tended by her -l-ter. MM Julia -""""J , vcro Mavors of Morrlstown. Mr Ayers ' engagement of their daughter. Miss Grier. as maid or honor. Daniel Item llacon , w )n (ho r(a, (,stftt( ,,uMnr(1, m New iulene von Bernuth. to George J. Thorn of ltldgewood wa- be-t man. .Many from . . . t ... .. wiih an office son of this city N ew York w ere present PILGRIMS SAIL FOR ROME. nialion Grimes's Pnrty to Ilr Prr- aenlert tit the Pope, Sailing on the Saxonla yesterday worn muny priests nnd laymen making up what Is known s McCrano's pllgrlmago party 1 to Home nnd Ixmrdes. , Bishop John Grimes of Syracuse headed ; tho plltu-ims. Thoy will spend it week ' In Home, wnern uioy win '- ine.-. inc.. the lone. One hunilreu larmers, many in mem accompanied by their families, sailed to Investigate tho land credit system in Ku rope. They come from all parts of the United States and Canada nnd when they get back will work for the establishment of land credit hero and In Canada. The farmers are to be guided and ad vised by 11 Government commission con sisting of Dr. Kenyon Buttertleld, Dr. John Lee roult'erV Col. Harvey Jordan. Ralph W. Doss and Clarence J. Owens. They will visit Italy first and then di vide, journeying through Kuropn and meeting nt tho capitals where, arrange, ments for their reception have been mado. G. II. Piiliiiiiii nml 11 -nil. J. n Idiom y Among thoso sailing yesterday on the White. Star liner oceanic for Southamp ton were fapt. 1-Mwnrd Eberle, U S. N.. Mrs. Kberle, It. C Baker, Kir John Cook burn, Mrs. Basil Hnnhury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Juan Mnr-'uez, Miss Bspcrnnza Mnrnue;;, George Hhvi-ii Putii.iin, B. J, Hldgway and BatCB Wyniaii Teniperntore In Allnnfle City. Ati.antii Citv. April 26. The tem perature waa 62 at noon hers to-day. Rehearsing for the hbbi a& 'mm mmmmmmmmmmmmWzl. mmm Mr r- r.r.r : . .iJt Cop right. 151 J, by Amerlcin Press Asn. .Miss Alberta Hill rhotographed in Central Park. The suffragettes nre o eager to have their bin parade a shlntng success with out n Jarrlnu note that the whole city is bung turned into a huge stage for re hearsal. (troups of them are practising march ing, other groups arc rehearsing the horses they Intend to ride, so thnt no tUpplnc banner will cause carefully laid plans to go askew. VAN BAAR, MUSICIAN " AND CONDUCTOR, DIES Wrote "Yale Twostep" and the "Alabama Blossom" When a Younjr Man. Charles Van Baar, 42, a pianist, composer and musical director, died yes terday. He was operated on for appen dicitis on April 17. Mr. Van Baar's home and studio had long been at 102 West Fifty-seventh street. He was born In this city, of Spanish nnd Dutch parentuge. Before his twelfth .. r V..n Baar was billed in Stcinway Hall miti'.s as a "boy prodigy." After being graduated from the College of the City nf New York he pent several years studying In foreign countries. on hi- return to this city he wrote the "Yalo T.vo-Step." dedicated to the "stu dents of America"; "Apple Blossom." ' The Alumni" and other compositions. -- Pave up writing for the more protltable wnrK 01 a musical Director, uver mu.-ul.ins were continually in his om- pipV nn,i f,,r manv j.rs ho was society's ' f..VorIt.. conductor. He had Plawd be-1 been heard nt many Governors' receptions In Albany. Van Baar was bandmaster of the Old Guard Band until n year ago. Hfs wife survives him. Tho business , will continue under the s-ame. nnme. At . thi. fnnnrnl In St tMtrlek's ("'nthnilr.il on Mondny nt 10 A. M. over 200 musicians ivill jila). Frederick M. l.orksTiiod, Frederick M. Lockwood. head of F M Lockwood A: Co, .1 New ork and J(rsey City banking ami brokerage firm, died yesterday nt his home, 92 Dnnforth nve- V;,;, J,T ' , ' : . . . ,, . , . 1 , " 1 io.., ...1. i.m ...... .11 . . 1 t'lty since ivr,3 Besides being president of the State Hume for Hoys ut Jamesburg N J.. lie was a member of tho Manhattan Club, New York, and the Vnlon League (iub. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Lockwood. two sons, William Iock wood of Iialnlleld and Frederick M. Lock- W00lji jr uf jersey City, and two daugh ters, Mrs. Arthur Kmma Lockwood. Stratfoi.l and Miss Horace Frederic A) era, Horace, Frederic Avers of Morrlstown. N. .1 . died in Savannah, G11., on Friday He was born in Morrlstown fifty years ago '-. ' 1 " ,r am was llie son 111 meinour "nn .mo ,,,. ,i w,hnF I nt 114 Fifth avenue. Then ho entered the pntent medicine field with the Archi- I bald-Ayers Company, which was dissolved about four years ngo. Ho Is survived liv his mother, brother and wife, Charlotto W. Ayers John Tlrbnot John Tlebotit. for more than fifty years omtiliiveil in the tiost ottlees of Manhattan nnt iirooklyn. was found dead In bed at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William A1s()ni 417 s.inford nvonue, Flushing, yesterdav. He was St years old. For Inany years .Mr. runout was empioyeu m the railroad mall servico at tho Grand Central station In Manhattan. Then ho j was mado distributing clerk in the Brook- 1 lyn post olllce. He Is survived by three ( daughters. 1 The Itev. John nell PlIII.APKt-I'MIA, April 26. The Hev John Hell, a retired Methodist minister. died In Westchester to-day, ngea i2 years. j "-vera! decades ho. filled many of the j best pulpits In this city. His wife, who was Mr. Margaret Clugston of Valley Forge, and five dnughters survive. John .1. I'ybnrn. John J- Pyburn, a clerk In tho County Court In Brooklyn, died on Friday at Foreign Books French, German, Spaniih, Italian, and other languages. Catalog free D..Mlr.H). 5thAve.&27thSt, BlOlliailU 9 New York Suffrage Parade 1 1 Many of these who will ride on May 3 nre using the bridal paths in Central Park every day. The lady shown above. is Miss Alberta Hill. The banner reads "Votes For Women"; so does the sash over her rleht shoulder. Miss Hill's appearance In the jvark 1.1 caured not only by a desire to hold her seat on May 3; the waving banner dally carries Its message to the hun- dreds who see her. -" Iialntleld. N J. Be was born In Brook-i Some who attended the services wer" l.vn fort -three eirs ngo and was a son II. Caslmlr de Hh.im. Mr and Mrs. John o'f John I'yburi'i. long a police commls- McCi Woodbury. V. It Bacon, Mrs. Whit .1.... 1. ..1.1 nf iiF,.iivn tin wns iihv Warren and dauglitir Mrs William 'active In Democratic H.lltlcs and a mem-1 Creenough. Frank A. Sturgls. K. N Tav Iber of the Andtew Jackson Club and the . lor. Mr nnd M,rs. Francis Potter. Major- Roman Catholic Orphan At.) mm Society. , He is survived by his wife. I Jeiie I,. CurnilehBel. WvsiitNciTOs-. April '.' Je'-e I. Cr mMiael. a Washington newspaper eor n -tuindent, died to-night at (iartleld Hos pital nfter a few days lllne nf pneumonia. Mr Carmiehael was the son or Oliver Car tub hnel of Muncle. Ind He had worked on new -paper- In several cities, including Petroit, btfore he came 10 Washington in 1901. A lirother. Otto Carmiehael, lives In New York. Jamea B, i'hrlatophrr IU.-MXsik. prll :e - l,im- II Chris, topher oi KuUewooii. near here, dlisi to-day Mr Cliri-toiher was born at WyeknT, .S..I .sixty-eight year-ngo and waa build- in.- contractor He wa- a member of the Democratic county committee uml w.i- ' apiiouiitslitelerk in the A-semblyat Irenion last aunuary, 0111 re-iwneu umii .-...... j ptrpt, evening. Mr. ( hri-topher I- survived by hi- wife, Hebrew Orphan Asylum, annual meet two daughters and a sou , nK uf the board of trustees. I3iith street The llov. John I. other Mhole. ' '. , , r ' Jtin Luther Slli.le. (!. )enrs old. who was l'tor of fct. Luke Lutncran (-nurcn for .nl,Lcty'n KK"' 1! .. ,1 ,." PiiiLAriKM-litA. April 26. The Itev. t t.,: in iiuiiaio. is son. ine 1.. - ;ih,,i mnrri..i mis. josenhine L. Jcnks i.r.i In UTfi. She and the son survive. Daniel J. Dnnnhnr. Daniel J. Ponohue, commodore of the New Jersey Volunteer Life Saving Corps illeil veslerd.1V nt his home. 1S Columbia uvnu-, Jersey City. He was 52 years t,l lie leaves a wioow- nnu mree .iiiuniuem. Note of the .'iielnl World. hm... i"ii.i.i. e.,,i.n.n.,ni to NVw . k Cour,tl.lv It,-nnott. mid Mrs. Hen- , ,.. tn.rt Ilt tn Hotcl Ma. luncheon in honor of James Bryce, the retiring Ambassador of Great j lirltnln W.-ishlnirton. nml Mrs Hrvce. ,,..w .,,. Mlr r.,, Knrlne.lllee. th ! newly appointed Ambassador from Kng-. land. I Mrs Henry Payne Whitney expects to sail from Lngland on Saturday and on , her return here will go to Hoslyn. I Mrs Hobert W Stuart will glvo a luncheon on Tuesday at her house, Park avenue. Mrs. Hmll Boas, after passing several months In Lakevvood. N J., has returned ! ' e Gotham, where she will rema n until leaving for her country place in Greenwich, Conn , , ...,,,. , I en. .win .'.11 ninitMini ...11 ...111.. .11 ... . vhit...inn. 1. 1 imv nnnunml thi I Mrs Uohort C Watson will give a . (tinner on Tuesday in the state apart- ment of the Plaza, BOOKS AT AUCTION Monday Morning ond Afternoon nnd Tuesday Morning, Apr. 38 & 29 at in-.ua A. .11. and 3:.i0 r. M. Books and Autographs THE PRIVATE LIBRARY nf the late Hiram Corson Professor of rnillsh Literature In Cornell t'nlterslly Includlne Hars Americana, Fine Art IViots: First Hulilonn olly l.lhrary Sets, hnd somrly bound: The linnw: Knillsh Litera ture and Publications of learned Societies; Colored Date Honks. Includlnit I'oMume. Spurt, etc.: ShAkrsnerlAna: lllndlni(; 1'rl vste ires bonks: Classic Authors of Friini-e ami Works tiierlshed for the lleauty of their llltiklrntlons: Memoirs and IltciKrapli)-, Pot tery; Hooks of lteferenre, etc., elc. Touetlier with a hljhly Imporlant Manuscript rrlAtln-r to the rarly HUlory of Steamship .NAVteatloii In Amrrlra, AutoKrapli betters of .1. Mlkr- Hon Hi, Mr. Abraham Lincoln and oilier prniulnint iersons. II V Merwin Sales Company IB Fast 40lh Street, ."Vew Vork Mall orders esceulrd xlllmut (harge. 'ii;i.i;iiuixi: mhhkav 1111.1. iwv Calaloeues on appllea'tion. OLD NEW YORKERS AT BURDEN FUNERAL! MfltlV uell KnOWIl Persons 111 Tliroiirr lit Oraee I'luireh Services. THE SINOTXfi A FKATT'TIK Nnve, Cliiineel 11 lid Altnr Are Killed With Masses of Flowers. Members of many old New York fami lies wont to (trace Church yesterday morning to attend the funeral tervlces of Isaac Townsend Hut den. The Hev Charles Sl.ittery olllclaltd. All members of the family now living were present The hearse at rived at the church at 11 ' o'clock from the Hunlen home at . Last Ninety-second street In the llrst two automobllts following were the Immediate relative, I. Townsend Hurden, ,lr, with his mother. Miss Kvelyn H Hurden and Mr anil Mrs. Scott Vow: The rector walked In front of the coftln, ' banked with pink roses, as it was carried down th centre aisle. Then came the rallbearers, Kriinlt N Wltherhce, (jeoipe Hives, Stuvvesant Fish. .Mortimer Hrooks, .TuiUo John Clinton Gray, John , (J. Mlltmrn, K. J. Herwlnd and Col. Will iam Ja. In the family ptocesslon that followed were the widow, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Townsend Hurden. Jr, Miss Kvelyn llurden. Mr and Mr. Sintt Hurden. Mr nnd Mrs. Pows. Mr.-. James A. Hurden. la daughter of the late Janus Abercromble I Hunlen. brother of 1. Townsend Hurden. . 111.. Mil...,. ..II ..I...... I j Mr. 'siattery read the chants and ncuiin .l.ttiw4 Hifi'fiHfolii jiti4iimnfinlfsl the full choir of men s and bojs' voices on the organ. The pa-sage from John xl . . "I am the resurrection and the life," and, the one from Job .lv, "1 know that my. llfljm-. Il.'atl. ' .prn .p.t.1 l.v th. r..(. . tor , us the body was carried "down the""" Tn for the bureau may coop- aile. Selections rom the thirty-ninth and ninetieth "Psalms were sung. The hymn "Lead, Kindly Light" was followed by the creed and prayers. The ,otner i,ymns were "I Heard a Voice fiom Heaven!" "Hark! Hark! My Soul" and Nearer. My God, to Thee.' In the nave, the chancel and about the nltar was a wealth of Mowers. The lectern was hung with a large wreath of yellow roses and purple pansles, white and red roses and lutes of tne vaney , rur,,1(1 Msii purple sweet peas, roses nnd mic 0f the valley were set about the 'pulpit. Miles with ferns, leaves and I roses adorned the nltar The list of thoso iwho sent flowers was long and notable. uan. i rancis hoc. .Mrs. iienrj v.iu.-. ..... and Mrs 1 rank k. Polk. Mr. and Mrs. W'lll!am Jay, Mr nnd Mrs. Walter Hath- linH lf n.l Mr- .t. Stevens I'Iman. Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorgo H. de Forest. Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly. (ieorge S. Howdoln. Mrs H. C Porter, Henry Walters. Mrs. Krnest Walters, Mrs. Krncst Iselln. .Mrs. Austen liray, Mrs. James Brown Potter, William Bhlne lander Stewart, l.lspennrd Stewnrt, Paul Dana nnd Robert Livingston. After tho service the tody was taken to tho Cirand Central Station. It was accompanied by the family to Troy for Interment at the Albany Hural Cemetery, Trov, In the Hurden fnmlly vault. In w York To-ilny. West Side Y M C A., lecture by Irving F. Vlnlng on "Is Life Worth Llv Ing" 31S West Fifty-seventh street, 4 P. M. Manhattan Single Tax Club, address bv William B Northrop on "The West , y'lrirlnltt Strike, 47 West Forty-second nnd Amsterdam avenue. 1" jo A M. People's Institute, nddn -s by Pr. Henry Neumann on "The New Scientific Spirit In Heliguin." Co , 'KminJ TaWlN mce p M I Actors Church All Spirit In Religion," Cooper I'nlen. - P M ling, noiei vsior, I Actors 1 liurcli Alliance, naKespeare xwz tzwrX anniversary scrvlro. Chureh of the As- r, ' Federation of Oriental Jews of America, nnnunl meeting. Public School Si, Stanton nnd Forsyth streets, 2 P. M. Lecture by Comptroller Prendergast on "Municipal Finances." Mount Morris Baptist Church. 127th street and Fifth avenue 10 A. 51 Betterment League, lecture. 132 West j 131st street, S 1. M. , . Society of St. Vincent do, Paul, meeting to commemorate the 100th nnnlversary of tho birthday of tho founder of the , t-oclety, cathedral t ollege Hall, evening. , I Ten-story Apartment Building A ar H siaawdaBaaaMidatf BjUlVSja a? sk bsjsb JiarisaBjaBjfe with butler's pantry connecting to the kitchen, three masters' sleeping rooms with two baths, two sen-ants' sleeping rooms with lavatory and toilet, and the use of two good general servants' baths. Excellent laundry facilities in the basement. Every apartment is planned for housekeeping, but meals will be furnished in apartments, if desired, by a house caterer, who is an experienced hotel man, formerly with the Waldorf Astoria. Arrangements may be made with him for catering service either by the week or for special occasions. Privacy of an individual family residence. Each apart ment has a floor to itself ; every room is an outside room. Handsome finish throughout. Fireplaces with marble mantels, hardwood floors and personally selected wall coverings. A special feature is a reception room and ladies' dressing and retiring room on the first floor, which is at the disposal of all tenants as a cloak room for receptions and other social affairs. Liveried service. Rental Unfurnished, 3000 to 3000 I Furnished, prices on application Applications may be made to the Superintendent on the premises, or to 1'cAse k Klliman, Agents, 340 Madison Avenue 1 lassaas aaa ssssl asssssjssssss..sssisss-...-isss.s.sisissssssasss.ssis.ssssi- sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl 1 GEN. B. F. TRACY HALE AT 83. K-Serretnr- of the Xarr Uon to 111 Inrr Office na I'anal. Oen. nenjamln V Tracy, Secretary of the Navy under Preniilfnt Harrison, ccle- brated his eighty-third birthday at his 'home, 14 Kast Sixtieth street, eatonlay There were many letters and lettergrams .una several rrlenfls presented their eon I gratulatlon In person, yet the C.eneral 1 went throush his usual dally routine of a mornlnp at the law office ns though sprlchtly. affable gentlemen with eighty. ' three birthdays were not at all remark 1 able. "A linn life is mostly a matter of In heritance," says the Henerul, "Of course I do not doubt that one may prolonc life 1 with proper HvIiik and proper food-we hurry life along too much nowaday. Still Inheritance Is the main thine to live Ions a man mtit havo been born right " , The (ieneral declines to answer ques tions as to how long ho expects to live "If ou ask me how long 1 want to live that Is 0. different matter," he said with a smile, which seemed to add. "I ant satisfied with the world, with New York and with this little apartment This eighty-fourth year Is going to be the happiest of my life." i ROCKEFELLER HELP FOR BEDFORD HOME . v0(j Hypiene RtirPfltl Lends Its New I'lant to the State. The Bureau of Social Hygiene, In which John P. nockcfellcr, Jr.. 1 inter ested, is going to give the use of Its new J200.00O plant now being hullt on 11 sev- ( nntv.tlvn nrr trnrt f lnnd nnvt t tho Hedford Homo for Women at Bedford i ' H"'" to tho State for it few years at n. nominal lease of 11 a year In order that' ..... I erate with the State reformatory In the work at that Institution ond at the same time make experiments in tho work of social hyglcno and reform. This an nouncement wns made yesterday by Pr Kntherlno Hement Davis, superintend ent of the home. That Is why the original appropriation of 1700,000 asked by the board of man agers of the Bedford Home this year for Increasing the plant, which Is far tool crowded at present for efficient reform work, was cut to ."00.000. It wns at first thought that It would be desirable to take over the plant of the Bureau of Social Hygiene right away, but later, according to Dr. Davis, it was decided by the directors of the bureau that they would rather experi ment a few years as a private institu tion, with the Idea that If the work done Justified ltaelf the plant should be taken over by the State. The reason the home needs the ap propriation of $600,000 Is because It has at present a capacity for 310 inmates while It has on Its hands 601. For the best reform work. Dr. Davis says, each girl should havo a room to herself, but with the present crowded conditions and with the court prisons holding girls In waiting to be admitted such n thing; is Impossible nnd tho gymnasium, the corridors, tho sewlna; rooms and even sumo of tho clothes closets are filled with beds nt night. It Is the hope of tho board of direc tors to build up the homo some day to Its limit of usefulness, which would be with room for 650 girls. But the pres. out desired appropriation, which has Kone through tho Assembly, will make It possible only to build up tho Insti tution to a point where It can hand! efficiently the number of girls It non ius on hand. In the meanwhile, whether the appro priation goes through or not, Dr Davis Is 'planning to relievo the congestion through the summer by setting up tents , - c, the :, Work on a 175.000 bulldins for tho bureau of social hygiene has heen be gun already. Sura Doctor for- Pnttlns llrr Ont. Pr. Abraham Jacobl of 10 East Forty seventh street has been sued In tho Su preme Court for 12.000 damages by Mrs. Annie Hosen of 91 Pitt street, who alleges that Pr Jacobl put her out of his office on March 31. Dr. Jncobi says that Mrs. Boson became hysterical nnd he had to t escort her out I Exclusive Apartments 780 Madison Avenue (Between 6feth and 67th Sta.) The best residential neighborhood, conveni ently accessible. The outlook from the westerly windows is across the finest part of upper Fifth Avenue to Central Park, one block away. There arc but ten apart ments, either furnished or un furnished, each consisting of nine rooms : reception room, living room, dining room Exhibitions and Sales j nt the i j n it y Anuerson uaiienes Madison Atrnur at fortieth St. Rare Becks from the Library ft the btc Col. Henry T. viupnun cf Brooklyn. Werks by Auduben. First editions cf English ond Ameri can Authors Including Keats'? Poems, extra Illustrated' nr.d Asso ciation Books, nnd many rare items of Americana. To be Sold Monday and Tuesday Afternoons, April 28th ond 39th. Selections from the fine library of Charles B. Dunn of Philadelphia. A mest desirable collection ol sets of the Standard authors, specimens of the work of the best modern' presses, English colored plate books, a large and attractive line of Cruikshank Illustrations, and many other scarce and attractive books, To be Sold Thursday nnd Friday afternoons, May 1st nnd Jd. Autographs. Letters, Manu scripts nnd Documents front the library cf the late Lol. Henry I. Chapman cf Brooklyn, and from other .sources. WVr Letters from Grant, a remarkable Dickens Manuscript, Letters from Mrs. Lincoln, and other Important ma terial cf interest to collectors and historians. To be Sold Mondny Afternoon, May 5th. The Library of the late John A. Paine of Tarrytown, N. Y.. con taining many desirable books on the Orient and the Holy Land nnd several scarce editions of the Bible. To be Sold on the afternoons of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, Mny C-tb, 7th and 8th. Etchings, Engravings, ond Color Prints from the portfolios of the late Rev. Henry M. Field, and from other sources. Fine ex amples of the work of the greatest artists and some great rarities. Now on public exhibition. To be Sold without reserve on the cven nings of May 6th, 7th nnd 8th. OuW laportant Announcamanti liter. Exhibitions Morninjs ind Afternoons. Sales ut held it 2:30ind8:15o'lock. Ciudofuci mailed free on ipplicition. The Anderson Galleries S Telephone Murray Hill ;&). .ew lork The Grape in Politics The Real Thing, Unfermented, Unadulterated Grape Juice "The New Diplomatic Beverage" Thrre's a difference betwren Dew-ey's And lust irape Julcr. Write for IlooUet, eupMln Ian how trsi'e Juice can be u-ed, not only ss the most .tclulittiil of ticvcrago. but At FOUlt for INVAUlis. Large Bottles, 50c 1 2 Botttes, $6.00 H. T.Dewey&SonaCo. I. 1s- 1'ultonM., N. V. i:K Harbor, .N. J. MAKKllbUri'llUK WINES 4 tiltAPK Jt'lCK. S3 lear- In llutlnrssi Our (iuaranlrr. v. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Ht-NittKTTV II FonBi'sit, who died Feb ruarv S, lett fSi.f32 to her sons, Charlei U and William II. Forbush. Jamkh 1'. CiULMEna, owner of the Afot-. ing 1'ietiirc H'orM, who died on April IB, 1912, left !42,fiS2 to his father. James 1' Chaltncrn. The nppi.ilsul showed that tho net profits of the .Uofnij; 'icfuie H'orM for three )eir! were 1C,DS2. William H. l'r.ocroit, who died April 19, left 114,000 and real estuto of unknown value in enual vharea to his children, I'lllult, Adelaide, Mabel, Jecsle. and Oerard W. l'riut..r of 155 HIverMlde Drive, but rwo only $100 to his lUuithter Helen B. ill izler, with th.s i .x phi nation "I do not ni.iko lit) daughter Helen B. Brazier, for whom I have the tenderest nffectlon, 'a ahii'er in the r.-'lduo of my estate because to do so would work inenuiillty nnd Injus tice, as she has already received from mo a hi mi equivalent to that which each of her sisters and brothers will take," DIED. AYF.RS. On Friday. April !S. at Savannah. Us , Horai e Frederic, son of Theodora and Ann Hlliatifth Ajers and husband ef Chnrlotte W Aye-rn. Nnliee of funeral ut Morrlstown, N. J.. hereafter. mini'.!-. At HrllKehaniptnn. N. Y., April tl. 1913. Joi.rph M llriRK". Untied there Momi.iy. April 21, 1013. GAINHS. Hitward M . aped 13. f"erlce at "TIIK I'F.NIHtAI. C1IUHOH." :il West Twenty third streei (Frnnk K. Campbell lliilbllni). Tuesday, hi tl o'clock. Auto mobile cortege. HAYNi:i" t'n Filda). April 56. 1913. at hsr resilience. Hotel Marie Antoinette. An nrtte Wagner llaynes, wife of the lata Albro i;uKen Ha)nes and beloved mother of Mrs. Hurry Tajlor Hharman Funeral nt Ml Stephen's Church, West Sixty-ninth Mreet. near Ilroadway. on Hun.U). April 17. Ht 3 V. ,M. Interment nn Monday at Palatine Hrldge, N. Y. HEHK1CK Entered Into rrst, at Fatarson, N. J., on Thursday, April 21, lH, I.oul.! M. wife of Huh M. Herrlcli nelstties and frtfnds are Inxltsd to at tend funeral on Monday, April SI. at her Isle home, 105 Carroll street, Pat ruon, at 11 A, M. LOCKWOOD. On April i. IMS Frederick Meeker Lockwood, in the seventy-fourth ear of his aue. Funeial services at his late resldenea, 12 Dniifurth avenue, Jersey City, at 4 P. M . April 2. Kindly emit flowers. PIHII3 At his winter residence. Erral, PI) mouth, FIb.. after o very brief Illness, John T. I'lrle of New Y'ork, Chlcafo and Sea Clin. I.. I.. In his eighty-sixth year. Funeral services at the Sixth Avenue Bap tist Church, Sixth avenue hnd Llneci.-. plnre. Iirooklyn, Monday, April 21, 111, t 3 P. M. Interment prhrate. Kindly omit tinners. Slf.l.I'.CK -Mary Josephine, wife of Charles I). Slllerk and duuKhtrr of tlia lat Itav. ilenrgo Taylor, at her home, Hldiawood. N. J.. April 25, 1113. Funeral nervlres at the resldenea on ar rival nf train leavlnc Krle Itallroad sta tion, Jersey city Mondny, April 21, 1:11 P. M. Carriages Mill meet train. AMBUUNGE8(U hk-.. loivaleseains 1 arrledi Hate . H 00 aid 10 OO lii Manhattan ai rt SI) cents Ulla Uuttaio, FIMK E. MMPHLL, ,.H.5i";,V If u 1 1 lf-