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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
11 WASHINGTON SOCIETY ATCHURCH WEDDINGS. j,.- Mrtric Mi-Miltin Hrown C .iiics liritlc of flinrliw M. Yliit ,lr. Hlllnl' Tli:s I'.OTII KNOTS mi. M.irinii I'.veivtl Wise nnd i hurl ox Mover. .Jr.. re I'nilfil. in Mi Mirlo Me- In .'liter of tlio Into Nolll . Ir . "i 1 1 iii'-i,o. :tinl h.irlos 'i . i Detroit, itero married i, i.i.l m John' i:plupil Harding .initiating, i 1 ii- i gritmhiiot n of linllv , nrted mill given hi m.ir .'.ii ill in in .1 Mono of Ml I tin. tit Irlenil sin- tin Mi- M.ivlo. wife ol ('apt. , Ivio "I I'otl II ItlllltOII, i, M,- Harriett Walton n f i honor, ntnl Mi 'i W ! Mo, the . tioolcu I I t luegtoom. lii itlottriit. , , i- Neill Mllltll llt'Dtvl) .111 ; inn of sototal woo .s i. io Mill at homo in U l .r i'i Iteietf Wle, niece ntnl ... :.,. I i linn-i ;. Now lamls ot ,i, ill I III. 'If (iloter, Jr. t 1 1 in' i litiri Ii iit noon . ... II rd ng aMteil bv tlio l!o , . ' ,),! ..i or SI. Alli.it)' i ' i ..iiil.il In Mi-sSnihv.lolin- . . , .' : .i .inno Marian .lohtitou. .i'i mi- i...rge l."M' llnrri i .1 . Itoliert I it f I -on ol I 'l'l,' I llOtllll Illltlll. I ' t il l l lv iiinl Xilrl in ' ,. s ol Sow A ork. Kent S rim . 1 'i M.'ton of Pitburg .mil t ,. i , t I'i ol l.oiiwville, hv I lio . ,.- . - 1 1 . 1 l.v hor mo to, Soiiulor t - u Iiomi she ha iiiinlo lior i i. . ,. v cur I c . iet i'in fortnor Sonator i i'i iiiii.s M Pepoti . the latter a . ,.' ". I miIi' (Mheio who were at ,.TfH. 'I" 'III' I hlP.lkfllet Ulltlll IlllldV. ! , ... iii s. iit Mute unci .Ml 1 '. si . i . i .rv nr tlio Interior tit.il ' t . I tench tiilm-,iliir ninl Hv iii--r:in.l, the I : ii 1 1 11 mtia--iiil'jr i M . I.aifllloton tho Notllorl'lliiN . . 1 M"'o I omloii. noil Mi llolon , an if r of il,.. Im iin-r I'rosMlont CZOERXIG SCHMIDT. Iflttrlnn llrltlo llaroti 111 Will I.I to im. Mo il rr.liileliililn tu Vleiinn, lft ('apt Ctrl ji. t. 120. r s v.m 1 .. "nnaii"ti aim :.II.i 'l..t:S S 'i iiiilt of this .-Ity were ! 1. -ill .it W'elnriton. the e.-tato i".nts at ltailnnr. t.ofor . T ltov .t... ph P OK.ofo. 1' , ith. rlnos Pathollo Church 1. -mil 'ho ritual. Mis S -hmldt . !,.l h- two matrons of honor. i ' M. Tlldon of t'o'imantown 1. ',st ltlclianls of Itadnor, and """ialro Adolaldo W'oisten 1 It'upr-i. Moi;,ir?t;e cj.irdlnor r ... '.r i"i;r;iom wore Ilr SIrI- I"' a.. Itif T-"il'i'h of Vienna and .n (IrlvU'lc, tho Austio-i-iii !i tills city. Two 1 ni Ciill'it Uisloy I'oth, ' '..If. made tin th" ro .ft!. I ' ..nit. w'l ' ,il"l W ' Hl"ll - I"' I 111,.. I ', e,ll .," il il party. 1. : o this country on :.! In Vienna. ' i;.i iln of the PlKhty---...11 !tclmrnt. U T .. 1, lioness 1 tli hmI Mis. Pdward A. .r .Mi. MioriiinLrr Oril, V-w I' iin.t.v., Mhv in t Idosmoro. 'ir'"! Mr mid Mr .tohn s Kermion rr i r Point, Mi Mnt.elle Ord, dam;h :M Hi nOrdofMexoo(-ty, Mexico, ' irri.'.l tin ulternoon to Henry Whar ' akor, Mm of Henry S. Shootnukor .. e. I ii'iv-third stre.it. Notv York. "' - w. ttu porforuied by the Hov. il ,'l nf ll,tiriliiiri:. Pa. tmro 11 nun 11 of white chnr ' 'tied with roo point laro Her - 'II in I'la.'o liv orani.,o lioouis . trri.'.l a hotor liotpiuet of white - in 'I lllie o the Milloy Her only . ' a- Mr .lolm Miorlock Periiu- .ir...i Wattaft of Now- Vnrk wn '. Mr mill Mt. Mioopiaker have o.i 1 tm.r month trip to l uropo. - ,'1 men p'iront pre-olt.l tholll .- at ,'i Wo,t Pifty-thlrd street, I 11 1 , r t . v .11 liv ' .iL. r i of liovohitionnry t n : had three nuco-tor who ' - r m. Il. mei!l "ido In the ....'lii donee Her father wu ilr. 1 'ird. .1 prnmiiient lawyer of 1.. . o. tttio died ubout ten year Whllnej Ilreiver. V M.i in -MU Madeline T in. I lit ma Whitney were married 1 ',1 1. r. Tlio bride i the tlnuithter I l - Joseph Hretver of Milton 1 1 .d.-u'room i tho son of Mr. 1 I. Whitney of llrookllnt; : 11 1- attended by Mr Walter - .1. matron of honor "nil Mi 1. row of, her si-ter, 11 timid Pie bridesmaids were Ml- i" .!1 or Now ork, Mis Frame ' Il.trifoid, Ml- i:iiabeth (ill ' 1 .11.. I Mi PlUabeth Jiu kson of ' 1 ''.' of Milton was hct man and .em Horare Hill of .Vett York, M.'.lnr or I'hiladflphia. John ' liiookluie, Chnrlen Whitney, 'l... In idi'iiroom, mid J0I111 1). ! . Iln nei, brother of the Mr. Ilnllin lo Weil Mil. Ilronuhton, .'1.. at has been annouueed of , to Hioiit'hlon, daushtor of s Urmuhton of Tnnton, N. J., ''i'.. lt.itti'ti. Hon of C.eore Bat ' ' ' ' 1 r. 'i.itliia from tli" f-'lneh School ' .0 .t. 11 airo Minn Ilroushton I .-li nslMdy. ' .1 Pi Im . 'ton man, clas of 1 a. m'jor of the Colonial and : 1 ; ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. "'riii,,,,,, It rullKi'liiilll to Weil Hill lll.t Wall I'enn. Mi- Minnel Cabell P01111 of N ' .line uniiiitiiiced tlio tn ' '! the r daiwhtorjMIs l.lly Watt ' lb 1 1 tin Urutt-i Imitt of 'lurson, " l ei 11 bolniins to a family of i iineino in tho South, boltnf re 1 11 v families of nolo In Vlridnla in tne 1 nrolinit. Mr. Krutt 1 son of Julius Kruttsclinltt of u tlm .soiitlioiu Paiifli llallroiid. ' ' iif 1.1 tl.o Western lines of that '. in mid 1- now li inn in TiicMin tt ill ml e 1 hit e t.oxt 111011 1 It at a tlm bride in llelilsi llle mid H ' "t.it ol much social lutctcst .' 'he 1 nited state. Mi I'enn ' t'o nient tislts to thin city, wliiin ,1 1 Irinntis. i 1 ciC'iiioinent lusl (inmninieil I ', ' ' is .Mn ijiln llollev Aldridi, iIiiukIi 1 aid Mrs. tii'i'iner Alilrich, to tl'i'ii.cws ol 1 ini'iiimili. .Mis li 1 "In, ed to soi lot f tun tears l'i.,ioiuenl in llac Shore, 1. I , ' nicni liiiMi a toiiiiiry plate " 1 a son ol Mr and Mrs Mutilans utnl 11 uriiluNou ol tho i.y Matthews, Stipiemn Court ' ' l at one tinm I'nlteil SmtOR Henil- lor from Ohio No date lias boon mentioned liirtlio wedding I'r inMlii Hold of ClilciKi) has .niiioiini e.l IV 1,1 ''I" daiiglitoi. Ml- l.lliibetli II. Mil, l M. .rrll! l.ili. Ml- (into id ivnehlimt ii.. 11,1 im.i'iIv .reldeiit .1 1 'I' "."!," ' '.'H'V''"'"! l.il'i.i X.,!,.-! .t College, I'l Pine I hush nl tin. , ,1, ,,,. nnnnimi nil the oig.igetuoiit nf lii- il.i'ii'litf Mi. ,M,ir. .Tiinilii- liu-h in Willi mi rtlnir Mteicu of Nott.il k. N .1 MRS. ELSIE R. RALPH BURIED. i iloil ciilitiir nmt .loiirniiiui lo-loi-roil iit Itoil Hit ii U . . ,. IU:. IHnk. N. .1, MHy Id - Tin- fuiii t Ml nr .Mtf 1-;isli. Il in. in i- llali.li, wifo ..r tin artist. 1.. sl'M Uiili h, anil il.mmiti i -it law of tho I. ill Jnili, Itaiuii. t.i.iK ..!., ,. tn-ilm fioiii tlio IicIiIim f Mr lti ;m i-IM.i, Mr riaiin... I". WalKtu', tn Mi pi. .norm., tin ltov In Willi, ni II Itnn-. noli nllloliitliu; Tin lMitl.il wit in i:it-' K'toon Coliioto: y Ml. Itali'li iiuh'fil In il.. .iimtiv from llutope t ally l.i-t wlnt. i a. 'I no i tn S w. tit to vlflt hoi eMi i i.i . M i ,t, i if. h..;io that nho lnlKtit lioaoll. f .mi tn. niHilor illiiinto. Sin- ill-il tl.cio ,.i ,.iii ,,tw a ""Hull llliii.. ,,r .inl i t .lit Althitlia'li h lull) Him. ii-in ,;', l Itnlpli li.nl a iiotulil ir . a I "i '.i- l.t tiiul m im a inoio im:,!'.:. . i ... .m i Htuliitur Sh" tta the r.f t ho .Wiidatr.l I'lc-" ilttili.u 'iih.iti rovolutloti nn.l tin Ain.-t loan war. L.iti in .h . V"tl'.' T.t . a r ' i Uf t IV. Hti rton; ta -ii. i "l.' anil tt'iioi to. tli.. ror..ii.iM. :i i f "In a .t t llhi'liiiiti i it Th- linen.. ! t miM tlio tlmo that Mi-.. It ili'li. th. n M . . n.'ior. a th" olllv Ami"., n hi . in no ii.'t'i ilit .. nv . ir r.,ii i., tun oai. ylio il..l t . ,nt . ',i. :ii f..r I 10: M'N in I., n.u.n Aftr h. r 1111 1 1 to I.ijIoi- H.il'.'i .!... t. olt iii innil.'inm: im a , .i!liii. !. tun 11 talent 'II. I lio .-how, oi. oiall In t"'1" ti.iltui'. that nil., (.indiul-il ti o to l.on .Ion. In a tlttl" iii'irf tli.iti .1 jo.ir i!io hi I ni'iil a .ai'o for lnLJilt in a utiliitor not ntn In l.miiloti lull tn tho oihor 0 ipltjli of Ktiroiii . Hit Him umk a hon at tho l!oal 1 Ai'.ul. my in l.oniloii in tho so-int: uf ii.'id. ! That a a lmt nr II, my IMlIon Utplov of Now Yoik ji tut l.oinli.ii Tin t01K w i'i . ti'lni-i.iMii' ilU t.." I 1 .1 t.v tin- orlttoj. .111.I at tli.' .'hil.tloii or tn.- I(..va1 A. 'ail. my in th. fuCnuint- j oar Ii. 1 ..in.'l. m h-.jnzo. ntltl.il. "Tin- Inn... of Mr..." h.t.i t,' l.'.i'o ot honor In tlio n'lilptuto ilivtloti. I.it.r tho Itli.l.-t ii,t .,, 1 tn,. ,,.,,,,.( woio t xhililtc.l at tho 1'arl Stlon aii'l n o. Ui'il intioh favoral.lo i rit1. lm. At tho tlmo ho wn tilton 111 In Lotnl.-in 1io w.m Jut oom,tlottiiK n sun dial to ho tnuuniotl In tho crotinil of a Mr. S.'hlff In Munlrli. .lust U'f.uo Icavlni; for tho South Mr. Italph hail prai'tlriilly iImoIiIhI to nliiniloti lnr l.tmiluii ntujln, l,olKliton UirlKr, IM-u-.irtli' Situaro. ami oji.-n n umlio this vprtni; In Nott- Vorlt WALTER K. STURGES DEAD. I'rot Idrnce Mnn W111 stricken With I ' 1. 1' in i, II 1 11 on Niilioi,rtt. I'l'ovttit Nt t. I! I. M. in Walter K S'turuo. :i: tear eld. l,o.iilil. an einuiiil la.'iti anil a inetiil or nf 01 o of tho oldot Providoino tanulie, died of pneumonia yesterdiy in Pr Walter' sinitirium In Now York city He wis strii-Kon on ! hlpl.o.'irtl when returrlr.i; Irom an in- siiix'ticoi of tho I'annni 11'nul ! otim ilin.in sturiro lor ci toral je.ir I hul .li iriro of tho II It Imlclit e-tito mnl ; had l.eeii a illroitor of the Narraitan-ett , Pli-etrie I.UIitlin! Comp.inv, ol which hi fither I lie-pro!. lent. Ho m,i a mem ber of the AiMwam Hunt Cliih, Providoino Art I'liilinnil PniMTltv I'lui.of Now ..rl(, and wii soirotarv ol tlio lnio t lul, Mr .stiirfios wa tho ini uf I low aril o. ntnl AII10 .sprlna Knu'ht Mume. Hi lather i a fortnor m!ii!er of 1 '0111111,11 Count il 111 mother 1 tlm ilamtlitc. ot II II lactaror. Ho wa of l'l KnUht. a eott.iu en ul iiiiuu- ernduntoil from ,i. in the cli In tliim ho inarrioil .Mi.- Mario lei llae daiiirhter ot ph M niimr 1 th i: lime of St I.011I. who aiid ..ar Mirvho, l.osldo thrcoif hlldicn. Id purctit ttto brotl or aiid a s 't THE REV. L. T. CHAMBERLAIN. .Noleil I'ri'Hi'hiT nwil Author lllea lu I'naitilriin, C11I. The llev. I.-'imilor 1 row brnU-.' eh imle'r- j lain, I). I) . who lited at :'.".' We-' I'wenty tlilid striet, tiled at Pa-adi'iia. l ul , on J Krid.iv He wa formerlv p.itor of the , il.i-rin Avenue Preliytiri m Church, Itrookl n, and '.tin a member of many cinln ntnl soelotio and an nutlmr of nolo 'I ho, body will bo brouu-ht to itu cliv. w hero lunor.il orices will bo hold 1 I)r ( hambi'rlain wa born nt' IlrookhVM. I Mas., to 137. Ho prepared lor 1 olli'ue at I Phillip Aiiilovcr. m Kr.iduatoil troiii nle with the clu of 'OJ, studied at Andovcr , '1 lioolni;it al Seminarv anil reci ived the do ur if doctor of iltwnity 111 l;'.i.ii the I'nl- MTMiyol Vermont He wit a-iiant pivma-ier of tli" navy from liti to 'I7. and alo Judt.'"-v.i. .'ito of the Pacific siiuailroii He hfl boon pas tor of the New I.riKland CoiiKreira tlonnl t liiireh. Chleaco. tlm llro.1dw.1y Con itreira 110n.1l Church, Norwn h, ( 01111 . the cl.son Avenue l'rebyterian church, llrooklyn At tin' time of the wrcat Chlcaito lire Dr. Chamberlain was superintendent of the northern relief division, where lie rendered notable orvee, relievina over su.ooo suffer . r. Ho was president for many years of the Kt.iiik'i-li'al Allimice of tlio I nited State u nd of the American and Porciun ( liriii.in I'nion, when lie rendered in viiIiihIiId serviio In connection with the American chtirili. Hue du llcrrle, I'nrl. lie wa president of the New ork Coloniza tion Society, eutodlnn nnd patron of the! Kern lollection in the Nationnl .Mucum, W'uiliitiKtou. patron mid ciirutor of the Koccnn Moluiii, Academy of Natural Science, Philadelphia, and vice-chairman of the National Arbitration (.011111111011 between (Ircat lit italti and the I'nlteil States. He was n tiHinbcr of tho American Civil Service. Keforiu Vsociatlon, tlio Aiiierican Academy of Pulllicul mid Social Science, the American Philosophical Society, the Nutionul Municipal l.caKiie, tlm Amerlcmi (leottraphic .Society, the New York llltotl c.il Sociclv, tlm .New itirk Acudcniy of Sciences, I'lil llfia Kappu and the follow inv clubs: Sigma Chi, Authors, Century, Quill and Yale. A mom? his wrltllitf were "A Short History of the j:tiKlih Hlhle," "'1 he State, Its OrlKln Nature and I'litictlotis, " "I he Colonial Policy of the I'nlteil Slates," "'I ho SuIImkc uud the Majority Ituln" mid "I'ntriotlsm and the Morul l.uw." WILLIAM DRESCHER. ,Vni Vork While Alderman l'ulla Heart I'lnyliiK Ilnai'hiill, STiintipmiuno, Pa., May 10. Alderman William Diescher of New- York, who hud 1 n vtsitltiK at tlio summer homo here nf Ausust yulck, fell dead this after noon, while playing baseball on the. lawn 1 the Quick cn lata. Alderman Drescher represented tlm First district for ttiren terms. Iln was born In New York city forty-soven yenra hbo. lie was unmarried, and for tho last few years had been IIvIuk at the Glen Island Hotel, Cortlandt Htreut, of which AUKUst Quick was tho ptopt lotor. THE REV. GEORGE H. BOTTOME, lirner Clinpcl unit Ita Actlilllca Are Ilia Mnniimenl, Thn ltov. (letTKi JI. liottome, vleur of (Iraen Chapel In Fast Fourteenth stieet, died yesterday morning ut P.nglo Park, the home ot Miss lll.nieho Potter at Ussln Ing, N. Y . wliero ho had been visiting with M rfi. liottome. Although he. had been lu poor health for a year or more his death was 11 gieat shock lo his associates III Craco Church und thn members of hlK tiock. Mr, Ilottomo wm born fifty-ona years Vincent Astor and His Guests Starting for West Point 1 i. ' ' H I . ' . . ' .'optruiu. I'll.!, M' Atn.Tirtn ITC114 AnVn. iTotit left to righi: .Nrs. JnhiKim, .Mrs, IiutnriJ Lynch. Senator Fletcher, ox tirotissard, Buford Lynch. Miliar U'oodwnrd. Wkst I'm nt, N. V. Mnv 10. Vlnront .Wit's yrulit Nnm.i nrrlvod !uro tliln iiftornoiin with Vln'-I'ri'sliloiit Mat.liall. tlio ni.'tnl.oiN of llio Soiialo I'.niinmti" on Mllltaty Affair- and 11 nninlior of Now Votk cltbon All woro uots of Vincent Astor. who accottijianloil t horn n. host. Th- parjv lift tlio North lllvr nt Sownty-nlntli Htrect nt 10. 30 till tttnrn iiir. Inul ltmclioon on tho way up anil iiro lie wn the son of the ltov. Pr : I Pranrls Hnttiune, n .Mfthndlst clorKman of New York, and Miim'aret Hottom writer, author and founder of the Inter national Order of KlnuV DaiiKhters and Sons, wl'.o died In PJ'ttl. Mr Itottoino was Graduated from Yale I'nlv. rslty In 13 and from the Ccn oral Thooloplcal Seminary In,!??. Prac tleally III entire tnlnlurv was tlovotcd to the work of ilr.ii-e Ctiur.'h lie wa first 1111 assistant to the late It UuntltiKtoti Sixteen sears aco lie bei aim. the vli ar , of ill ace ('Impel and built up the ure.it tel. Kin, 1 il. int with its mission school Th 1 ha (.. I and its varluu activities are consltloii il a monument tn his enow and In.lef itlKal.lo spirit I Mr Hottnme 01 . upl. (1 his pulpit lat on Aseenslnn Pay j He Is sutvived bv two sons, w ho are' nt school In t brother PawliiiB, N Y Ho l.-aves tVie ltov William Hottom. , a clercymnn of the Church of KiicUm!. 1 and Harry II liottome, a lawyer in this citv Kuner.'il service will bo held nt (!rac Chapel to-iiionnw mortiiiiK at in o'clock The) will bo attended by Itishop (!reM and other Church diKtiltarlos The In tcrmcnt will be at Woodlawn Ometery. Anliri llellnrl. Aubrey lletuiei, tor many year 1 member of the hoard ot mutineer of tlio Now York "" 1 n,Uy '" lf t --.-l li t ii 'Mr He the on of tho late Henry ii.nnei, 11 ttnoieaie 1; rot or m 1110 iiiuo of the eiil war fter the war the Ann ttetit into tho totton coiiiuiiioii buine . .1. .., .. .ii .y' L. . ' .. ' ( otttui l.. haiiL-o mid the ( ofleo llxchaiiito Alter hi retirement lie lived on his country (state at W'oodilif, Lake, N .1, stayim; when In town at tlio New- York Club Mr. 11. 111, ot 1 iirvcd bv hi lters, Mr C. W Mn. hen and Mr Hurry II. licit! Thr Ker, llnvlil II, Jnlfrn. ItdsTov. May pi -The llev Ibivld H .tmleii, 'i soar- old. pator of a church In South lio-toii frmn !( to tJt unit four months aitini: pastor of tho Dorchester I einple. I lieinl at In liome in Dorchester, He was born 111 Now ork unit was crad uat.l from CoUato Pniverslty in luej. I'lom t;i to it tin was pa-tor of the Sixteenth Street ll.ipti! ( htircli of New Yoik. l or sivtcn e.ir lie wa pator of tlm llitpti! I einple 111 Fall ltlver. Ills wife und 1 w o .-on un n e. I Emit Vogt. I Knul VoKt, cmploM'd for thno .years In 'the I'lnaiicn Pep.it tnient of the city anil formerly note teller in tho Hro.itlway Hank of llrooklyn. died ufter a Ioiik ill iiess Prld.iy at his homo, Mt Hushwlck .1 venue, llrooklyn. Ho was boin In Will iamsburg In ISSl nnd was the son of nn old leather merchant, llu was u member of tho Vereln, Central llrooklyn Pastern Dlstr.et Turn the t.'nlty Itepubllcan Club and LoiIko of Krecmaron Hnrry B, llnrlry. Pai.i. IttVKH, Mass., May 10 Harry 11. Hurley, 31 years old, prcildcnt and treas urer of the ll.irnaby Manufacturing Com pany, this city, died tO'lllKht, He was a on of th" late. James H. Harley, for many years tceneral manager or tne. American Print W'orkH. A sister, Miss Kathcrine Hurley, former national woman's golf champion, and two brothers, both lu Cali fornia, survive. Mn, J. X. Atklnaun. Mrs. Mary Frances Atkinson, wife of arvis N. Atkinson, a member of tho Hud- Jarvls son county bar, died of pneumonia at her home, 172 Kensington avenue, Jertey City, Friday Mrs Atkinson was a graduate of the Pennington Seminary and the dauzhtei of the latti J.inif. Cloyd of the firm of Hlrdc eye, Clojd At Hnyllss, New York lawyers, and a tlbter of Paul C. Cloyd of New York. A Initio II, llroiTn, San Antonio, Tex.. May 10. Alonzo P. Hrown, president of the Hamilton Hrown Shoo Company, died hero to-day after an Illness of several weeks. Temperature In Atlantic City. Atlantic Citv, May 10. Th" tempera turn was til lit noon hern to-day. .Notea of I he Soelnl World. Mrs. James W. Wmlsworth and hur daughter. Miss Harriot Tr.'ivers Wads worth, ot Washington, P. C, aro nt tho Plaza, where they will rcmuln until leaving for their country place lu (leneseo, N. Y. Mrs. James Colby Colgatw and her daughter, Miss llopu Colgato, who have teceiitly rcturucd from Puriipc, are nt t.hn Ootham Mrs. C. I In 1 1 mint Kulm of Philadelphia is at tlio l'la.a, Mrs, John II. Mciilnley und the Misses Marlon and Pols McUiuley of Pittsburg, who 1 etui nod from l.'uropo last week, are nt tlm Itltz-Cailtou. Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. Morris of Pari, who have Jul returned from Florida, urn at tho Hotel Vumletbllt, They will soon leave for Alaska, to remain Tor the Hum mer. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ilarr of Hoston are at the TUtz-Carlton for a brief itay. In tli" nftornnnn n:w- tho wookly rovlow 1111,1 Inspection of the cutlet. A nilut of M'votiti'on Klin was tlreil in honor of the l-ltlliK statesmen. Tlio partx will spi'tnl Sutiilay Mini Sutnl.n nlslit at 1'orntltfT, the Alor i Mintty h..ni anil on Mnnilny will K' 1 Allmtiv t n o C,n Stilzer Prom th- ro thi w"l i roi .eil Monday nlisht to Wiislilmtton Vincent Astor will tfaol Walt the committee throughout. NUDE LITTLE MAID SHOCKS COMSTOCK (.'liaiiii 'Matinee tie Scptein Ordered Out of Window. lire HACK SIIK (J0K A0AIN I'nrity Airenl Kven Wore Hurt 011 Seeiii"' Millet's "(ioosp I (Mrl" in the Store. I I It i with deep pain thut Tin: Srv is 1 coinpclled to iitmoimc.. this Sunday '1,,,, tPi ,1,... ,1,., -t,i.i.. moniitiK in spniiK that the Matin.' . do ( Soptembre picture by Paul ( h.ib.n, or. to tell the naked truth, a reproduc tion in color of th now famou picture which when exhibited in tho window of a picture shop in OiictKo so horrified the olice of Jack .Iohnon' home town, I ' coniini; into its own here in New York, t'r-tirtl:i it v.i4 u iviin nri vinvv n i fi lindow .if tl, llrauti-Cletnetit firm at 13 West l'orty-si.vtli street, despite the efforts of Anthony ('ointock and one of his deputies the day before to have it banished. . Mr Comstock, fully clothed in narmonts that concealed rather than revcal.sl tho I lino of Id liuure. and hi deputy, also I fully clothed and aNo hidini; much of I his feature behind flowitiK whiskers, were ctunitii; through Porty-sixth stns-t Ion Prulay nfternooti when starint: them boldly tn the fuce they wiry in tho window the pictitr.) of n lissom little blond inls-j watlinc; out into n iiol in 11 beautiful mortiiiiK in September. The picture in its chief e-seiitial does not differ from the countless other nudes hcru and every wliere I In fact, unlike F111111', the ssctator nets Otilv 11 thret.-tlll.ir1,.r view of the voillli? ' lady from the hinh bred uptilt of her Iioso cine poos she must be a 1 uly -and, fiirtheiinote her ankles, at least, two entirely conccaletl by tho water she i siaiutiiii; in. She is srlipas the most modest irl that ever hiinn her clothci on a hickory- or- limb, always exception of course that cubist "N'tulo DcscenditiK a stuirwuy" recently seen at tho Sixty- ninth ltcKitiieut Armory picture show, a lady so thoroiiKhlv clothed In new thought that even the grizzli.! vetn of tin- Sixty-ninth let her fall down tho bVop publicly without ptotcst. Hut it koos without sayitiR that any lady that oiletids the nice proprieties of tile loop district uud environs of Chicago can't walk with impunity out into the .sunlight in this tin key trotting town. Mr. Comstock and his drats-d assistant went straight into tho cullcrie.s of the French art linn. A yoiitiK lady employee in tho galleries was met up with llrst. Tho dolluacy of tlio mission on which Mr. Comstock and his clothed deputy trade it out of tho ..,... lon , ,, M,uPPt hand question to take up tho subject in hand with a young lady. "I want to sec tho head of tho firm, if you please!" cried Mr. Comstock in a tone that indicated that ho would brook no Hiding. "Is ho in?" "N'o, sir," answered tho young lady dcmuiely. "He's, out, sir." "When will ho 1m in?" demanded Mr, Comstock, his volco rising. "Not for a long, long time," nnswered tho young lady, who recognized the callor and sensed his mission in a general way. "Whero cau 1 Und him?" Mr, Comstock want 11I to know. "In Paris," answered tho lady, With that well known quality of Mr. Comstock of doing his wotk with thor ough promptness he decided not to wait. Ho asked for tlm tnunager of tho Now York hoiioo of I ho Paris firm. Tho man ager, M. I'hilippo Ortiz, hadn't got back from luncheon. M, Philippe's assistant, however, M, .lerry KellyGerald to tho homo folks- was lo U found in a roar gallery and Mr Comstock strode in tlm direction or M. Kelly lo tell him that tho "MalilietKlo.Septombri!" must ho removed from tlio window forthwith, "And ho pronounced tho name of tho picture, atrociously too." said M. Kelly yesterday, but this doubtless wua due to tho fact that Mr. Oonibtock, who speakw pure French, was very, very angry. M. Kelly, not realizing quite ho well as Mr, Comstock did thut any moment young girls u slashed skirta passing thn window would mil th rink nf, sliisblnj; thoir morals quite as high as their skirls, asked Mr. Comstock why ho should tuko tho "September Morning Maid" out of thn window, Mr. Comstock wa juat about to tell - Gov. BraJy, Senator Overman, Senator tho trip. n Hie yii'-ht woio t'onntors .losojili 1". .Irliit-t..ti of Alal'iima, Dtincan I'. I'leti'hor of I'lot Ida. l.oe S. (Herman of Notth Carolina, .lames .1 Viirilnmnn of Mississippi anil 11. 'pies. ntntUe I!. I'. iiiouFsanl of Louisiana. Tho Vlco-I'resiilont ami memlicrs of tho Honale committee roncnul New Vorl; last nlk'lit and were tlio K'l'sl.' of Fred erick II. Allen at u dinner at tho Mnn- him when another shock htiiRKoretl him Momentarily. I There, on the west wall of the callory, whore ntiv tniro tHTsiin mii:ht havo lioen I imalilo tnavoal looking at it, was 11 fiameil 1 I ropnslucl ion of ,Ieati I'rancois Millet's 1 - f!ll " tl 1 .. 'l'l... c.. tin 1, tilt. I'ttiot. i ,.. ..it- Kolu," who iih everybody knows nlwavs went in for vorv iiniiior.il siilijects Tli "(ions,. iir:" fit sittitifi in tli" shad ' 1 If the hghlrt were btrotiKT you would hi'p that nil around her 1 verdure ami feathers; there are no feathers on the "Cioosn Girl" herself, not oven in her hat. As a matter of fact, hu weiw no hat. l'lirthoriiior.' she wear. no shirt waist mid no skirt, no shoes, no stockings , tio'otticoat, no - well, not a thins. "If von oxer nut that nlctilre in the ' window, I'll put you in pi 1011," announced ir cumtiocK wiin Ere.11 eiiipn.isis, .tiiiii in to tho lowly "(loos.) (iirl " M ivellv atiswereil "es, sir." anil s.lld that il was not hi doinirs, whereupon Mr. Comstoi.t I mid hi stall withdrew, j When M I'hillipo Ortiz, the manacer. ' not luck from luncheon he iccemsl oral hlchlv coloted narratives of the Com- stock visit He also received th oUlei.i! orders aliuut tho ".September Maul" and commented theieon with iire.it treedom. III order to ,i oid instant arret. not to sav conli-cation, the maid had lieon removed. -ut it Uick!'1 comtiiaiided M OrtUwith j,r,.t nrmness Tho tuintini; went Kick. cud what Chicaeo Kiikcl at, temporarily, was in the windows for tho rest of tho d iv, and so far .is any 0110 knows it is thorn this murium;. Mr Comstock has the next move. TOO BEAUTIFUL FOR HER PART. Mr. ( iirrliiKton Wlnti Mill Atfiilnal llumiurmlel 11 for .Sulr. The testlinonv of Otto llauerbach, com poser of "The Plrell." in behalf of Arthur Ilammersteln, producer of tho opera, re sulted In a verdict for Mr Kveiyn Carter Carrinpton. an nctrc, who sued to ciuii I'1 Mr. llammcrstem to pay her two weeks s.il.uy under a 1untr.11'. to play a leadtiiK role in "The I'lrellj " The Ap pellate Term ef tlm Supremo Court .if tinned jestenlay Jiiilu'inent of S1C0 as the balance on two weeks salary Composer llauerbach. titify'nK as to his tuipi esslons when ho flrbt saw Mrs. Carrlnston, skUI that he told her. "I am afraid the objection I koIiik to ' o that you arc too handsome. You must not be charming that the audience will te 1 sent It when fun is poked at ou and laughs arc required at your expense. After he had seen Mrs. Carrlnitton play her part the composer told her. "You woio a ery magnltlcont being and there was every reason why a man should fall In love with you instead of with the llltlo blond girl who was your niece, with whom he is expected to fall In love. Furthermore jour sire makes it rather difficult for you to ha carried off the stago lu tiie last act as required ly the play " The court decided that even if the ac tress was too beautiful for her part she was lilted for two weeks and was cut. tied 10 her money. Itelaa (ilin I'll Vaudeville. Albert Iteiss, the Herman buffo of tho Metropolitan Opera Company, sailed yes terday on the Piitiz Frledrlch Wilhehn. He had signed a contract to appear for a long season In vaudeville at a salary of 1 1 . o . 1 1 ) a week, but after appearing In tho West for only a week he dreldeil to abandon his vaudovlllo appearances on the ground that he was not supplied with the right material. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Pt.tzAiiRTli A. Fitch, who died on May t and was the widow of Ashbel V. Fitch, lawyer and one time Comptroller of New York, gave Jfi.000 each to her daughter. Doris Fitch Travis, and two sons, Little ton II. Pitch mid Morton C Fitch, and Permits tuch to boh-ft Muncthlng from iier personal belongings, She gives her laughter, Pllzabeth C. Ostby, a picture of the hitter's lather, and divide the residuary cbtute among the children named nnd Ashbel P. Fitch, tel., nnd Mrs. Pll.i Chatiiln Hcmlngton, a daughter. (ii'.iiiior. IIosknhhine, an milliliter of ostrich feathers, who was a Titanic vie tlln. left a gross estate of SJ1A2.1SS, of which his brother, Albert, got $1.10,027. He loft $150 each to Mount Slnal Hospital, Montetlore Home and Hebrew Henevolent and Orphan Asylum, and $1,0U0 each 'o Hit. six children of bin glutei, Mrs. lietsy Prank. Ills Interest hi bis 111 in was uppraised at $111. tills. Tho appraisal shows that $W was found in tjiu do cedent's piicki'ls when his body was t.. covered, 'and that the crew of thn cabin ship, Mackiiy-Hentictt, who recovered his body, got $100, John U. KiiAi.ur, who died December 24, 1U12. left a total estate of $3."7. 1 17. id which $176,687 was In teal istato and $lari,i!10 In iKrsonnl ptoperty. His wife, latum V, Fraley, got a life Interest in $2tU,'110i The bulk of thn estate Went to two sons uud two grandsons, Zacmaiiias IlKNiiiiKiM, who illeil on Mav IS, PH 2, left $Si),fiSS to four sons, 1 11 .oi lurk To-tlii, llortiiiillur.il Society of New Yoik, llownr shuw, musvuin building, New Yoik llotaulcal (Ititilen, llrouv Paik, pi A. M. to r. P. M. Address by Oeorgo lllram Mann, on "Tlio Constitution Mild ItepresoiitHtlve (lov- ernment In the Pnlted Slates." IMuca tlonal Alliance, Fast Hi midway, :Ki P.M. Addii.fs by iticliatd I). Kathrens, on "The Marriage and Divorce Question," Hotel Astor, M15 p. it. Johnston, Vincent Astor, Representative halt. in Club. There wife pr. ent bo cMe. the commit' e: Pre"'.!" nt MnrUndalo or the I'll mleat National I '.attic. Wlll.s (!. Nash of I lei It-vliu: National Hinlc, ,lutlie rmvllnir, Vincent Aloi Col. As.i P.lnl flnrdlnor, I. owls Nixon, Cooper IPwItt. ,lutlro P.ntili'toti, John It Stntuhtlelil. C..1. i: M II011.0, Senator ( inlton, Senato Ifuirlies, C inut. .man H itrsdale and Hit ford I.yii. h. TUXEDO YACHT RACES TO-DAY. Collnue Occiipniils (iolf nntl I'eitnls I'r.'iiiirtitloii. Trxr.po Pun;. May 10 Tuxedo hid .1 bv.1 wet k . n t There w. ie tiiimetous new cott 1 pi up. ml thl ivi K. ltobert P. 'i tin otitertalno.! a house partv at the Ad.o cott.u;.', f . llow.it by ,1 dinner to-nlcht at the Tuxedo Club, hi (.'Host liii'ludltn; many t. ntiis play, rs who are hot.- for the Invitation fountain' m. Allium; others who hud noun- pat tie. woio .Mr. and Mrs Cliarh C Auehln e'os. who ate in tie ('iit'.y houo , Mr. and Mrs W M. V. Ilofi'miti. Mr. and Mis. Iiuis .1 lli.oler. Mr and Mis Newlitiltl I., toy Pilt-'ir. .Mr. and Mr. 1'. I,. Darby, .Mi. and Mi. Pr.st.ui Uat!i and Mrs. i o. Spidibn. A .ubi i iptinn tl ! mil 1 and 1 tl inoo were kIwii by the 1 nti'.-t.iinm. nt c iinmlttio at the' club to.nuht D'nneis wme p ven hv Mr. and Mrs. W, M. V. lbiirinan. Mr. and Ml P. tie 1'. I'o-tti, Mr Ch.nli. II Coulter, i Iticlimon.l Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. P. O SpcdJen. M- and Mis. William Laurcnc (ire.-n, Mr. an. I Mrs II. l Whit Held and Mt. ami Mis. Ibiiry (J. Mc Vlckar. Mr. and Mts. P. M. Wi ld have t.ilcen the Pi Ice Ciilller lion., tor the season. Mi. and Mis P.ivi.l W.m.tatr will movo Into the ICedmuml cuttawo on West Pake toad, which they tocetittv purchased Mr. and Mis. Philip H. Wc'.d have taken the small Seton cottaco dther cott.me arrivals this week were P II. K00U1, Mr. and Mi. W. M. V. Hoff man. Mrs. John 1. Wind, the M!s, . S. 1. Mold, Mr. mid .Ii I, M iitib n. Mis. li.iiranl Comly, Mi. and Mis. Kimjsbuiy l ui tls. The Tuxedo Lake Yacht Club will hold the siciiiid race of the s.'.ison to-murrow. The Invitation Rolf tournament of the Tuxedo Club will take place on Memntial Pay. A lone . ntry ll.t is txpicte.l. Mr ind Mrs. (1 Hunter Drown will sp.-nd Sunday at the Tuxedo Club cither late arilcaN to-d i we.- Allan A. Itob bln. Prod, rick T. Pn lliurhtiysi 11, Mrs. Predoilok I.. Chipln. P. I':kitie Wood, Mr. and Mr William I lu relay Paisons, Mis Alice Preston. Mr. and Mr. Allen il. Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. (i W. Poi.yth, Mis lteatrlcc llurnell, llcjuy I.ud. n and J C. l'arito. SPRING FESTIVAL AT CONEY. 'I'l orn I I'lirntle 011 Tliuriln Will Mnrl Ten tin) Cariiliiil, The spring festival, a It 1 called, nt Coney Island will begin 011 next Thursday evening, when the tloral parade will open thu carnival, which is to continue foi tin days Twelve elaborately decorated Moats will be In the parade Witli the exception of the first float, every one will represent a tlower, and "'.'0 girls will pose in the tableaux on the cars The (lrst tloat will bo dedicated to the tiieen of tho slower, and the other lloats will lie described as follows. Itlu. Hell, Morning (iloiy, Corntlower, Sunflower, Popples, Huttercup. Tulips. I'.iny, Prim rose, Vino I.e.'Uos and the Itoe. These tlonts will be decorated with various groups and symbolical figures, referring not only to the tluwers but to incident. ut Coney Island during tho last year. I'ln - by ntlileal Dramatic Croup. The Kthlcat Dramatic (Iroup, 0rg.1nl7.od ' for the production of plays with a pur pose, will give a performance at th Aerial Theatre on the New Amsterdam I Theatre on Wednesday evening. The play will be tho llrst original effort acted by t!l club. It I called "The ll.ittlelleld ' ' and the author 1 Philip Moeller The 1 play Is said to satirize society in tins j country Previous icprcsentatlon by I these actors woio "The Admirable Crleli tun," "Tlm School fur Mothers-in-law," by Hrleux, and "Literature," by Arthur Schtulzlor. ENGAGED. Vn.tnnHY HIMONPH Mr ami Mrs Trnn 1I1 M.ty SlmnntU of Vojtoer, U I , ait mmum ibu cnKUKf mem of their tUuKli trr 1.1fiiTinr Ifrrti ttnnnild. w Muriuu .TarKbou Vi-rilery, tli., tif riuxlitiik'. N ilaie fur the wi'tlillntc httw houn net. MARRIED. CIIAMHPltl.AIN .SMITH. On Ktliir.l.iy, ny le, 11)13, .11 I'liiNt Clmri'lij War wick. N. Y., by the llev WIIU.ua il. I'l..kl.i, n.'li.l iniln P. rli:iiiil,t'fl,if;i to Vlli'iuioi' Ht.irtnrd Smlih, riONNPl.t.r Mi U.MUIITV On Mnv li. In tt. Patrick's Cathedral, by tlm Hey. Pathfr Metjiiiiiie, .Mury linim Mciinrrlty, daughter f Mrs. l.nuru II. MiOurrlty, 10 Hr. Jnm Francis Donnelly. DIED. 110TTOM13 Tlio It. . (itorKi II. ltininni... v I eiif nf ifl'.ie.. ('hiipcl. oii nf ihe laio Kit. I'l an,!., mnl llujinrpi llottuiiii-. In 1 tin lllly Hist .tciir nf Ida nue. H.uui .lay ill or 11 1 UK. May 10. Punerul service ut flntee r)uil, .Mumli). May 12, ut 10 A, M, lu accni.lain u with tlm cMrce.d vtiuhe nf thn demand, plrimci nmit llottem or send them lu htiftiltnls us 11 tnciliori il tn I1I111. I'Al'H. Al New lliunntlck, N ,1.. on Ma 10, inn, IMIUrd T, Jr. Intant mhi of WllUrd T. and Kill" lto Cafe 1'uneriil tervieis at Hie home nf MllUr I F, Itoia, nt Ntw liruinivvkk. N. J.. 011 Men. day afltrnnon at 2 o'clock AFRICAN EXPEDITION GETS 7 RED MONKEY?. TIicm- Very Knre Specimens io lie Aililci! in X11 1 urn I His tory Mn-eiini. W1MTK IflUNorKHOS TOO Imporlnnt Adilifions to ilie Co! lection of l!i' fiiime oil Way Here. 1 or several v. nrs the Ametictn Mu "oiiiii of Natural Hltnry ha been run diii'llnn a eries of oxpdilion in i'i1 heart of Aftici. wliero alioiind tho pon ilerou elcphint, tlio white) rh Inocero. the Mack rliiiiocero, the whlto Rnrill.t and the ok.ipi, called by naturali! the recently discovered relative of the cjlralle, anil lis a tetilt snvetal thousand spec! incus liavo been captured for the collec tion ot the African section of tho tint seipn 'I be liist ip.itioii toenter the African lield w.i tin. l.iitiK-Tjailor exploration patty 'I lie second wn th" I,.'ini;-Chapin expedition, which is now in active opera tion in tho jiitiirlcatid t'onijo Hlvern'Rlon, wheii) many rate trophies havo betin M'Ctited 'I hi oxpetlitiott reported re cently the ('upline) of :i larRe whito rhi uocefos, or htiuatt. tnouthed rhinoceroi, which has been shipped for tho tuii-otini Th Mi-called whito rliinocero i mil t'dtnmon iiiiywhoto in Africa, iiccordini; 10 lnmleis or Ihl; Kame, and it is salt! to l practically extinct In .South Attica It is 1,110 in tho narrow strip of country west of tlio Nll.i and Is almost wholly un known in all other part of the continent , It i on an avcr.ine larger than tho ordi nary African tliinocero. so this latet captitro of the Umtj-t'liapin expedition has moused coti"idcralilo interest amoni; tho naturalists and curators of t ho mu seum. Por tho last six month Pr William S K.iinsford has been conductini; 11 third African expedition for tho mu-oiim nnd has returned tecentlv Irom tiie interior of Iirilih l.at Afrfci with numerous tare and valuiblo sici'n.!ii for tho Alnc.iti Hall winch will bo trutislormy,! into haliil.il Kroitp Asa foil to the famous whito rhinoceros ho succeed. tl III capturing .1 till" ill.lltl'l id' tlio bl.u'K riiinoci'ios 1 lieso specimens of tiie blaeic rlimoceros ar" considered important additions to the museum' Collection of bin .Unci 11 lMtne Another Ktoup captured by Dr. llnins foul UK-mdes three specnnt ns of African butValo A .'roup of eloni's consists 01 live sjieciiin n rcprcst nt 11 : the lari;e'l of Afriian . iti. eiopc h, and stul another, tlm Jackson hai'teiic. l, which t coiHtdorod tairlv comtimii in tho Aftic.tU game rciiioti Tin. African rod tnotikcv, which in habit, distrnts of tho interior, where it is known to litititet and n.itiiesul tic coniitrv. is not so well tcpiesvnted iii tho museum collections and therefor. I collsidettsl wolthv ot e.'iptuie 'Hits speci'iien h.i been known to scientist, otilv for about three Ne.irs Dr llamsfonl was loittinato cnouch to securo s.-veti speci nens of the rtnl inonkev. Tho Sitiiths.jiii,iu Institution lias otilv oil" si.ecimen in its collection lie nl'i olitain.sl S'ecmien of the liuntilti? nnd cheetah leopard, which 111) verv licet of foot and can travel for shott distances at remarkable speed Other examples of African came inelu.l. 11 viall but intetestint; eollectlotl of th" sinillor mammals, which will lie added to the t roplues of the museum DIED. tlllNSTTT ?iirblr nlv, en Trldiiy mornlnr Msy P. Auh-py P. nntt. only 'tin of 'In line Henry and Sirch nmlly n-nnftt Funeral fcrvlwa Momliy. M.iv 15. at 11 A. M . at the rclilrneo of his sliter Mr. Charle W Mscltcn. 202 inter (.Me Prlve, .Vitf York city. Interment private. I'hliiidelphl 1 .ipera plea copy. CHAM tIKItt.AIN The Itet. beamier T.. at l'.i".i.t..n.'i Cil . May ! Notice nt funeral hereafter. London, Phila delphia mid lli'sti.ll tiatifls plr.inj copy l"t M HIM. t, Sildilenlv, tit S intlagn, Cllb.l. nn sitiiriliy. May 10. 1313. Hugh .i'l ityn. son "f thu late lt-v. Clenrge W and Ctnriil.iiin.i M. Dumtnil, In the forty t.rsi ir of id. itec Notice of funeral hereafter. LI.I.tuTT At S.iranae Lake, nn FrMivy. M iv Ittehiir.l AMun, lieloced nn nf Martha l.oul'o and the Utc Jiime Elliott. 1'uii, ml -ervlres will bo held at St. Ilir ihnliimett's Church, M.ulKnn avenue ami I'tirtv-fourth street, un Tuenday, May 12, nt 10 ,. M t'Ult.M A.N'.- Mas Kormnn. Punerul rrmu Tin: Pf.vnitAi. ciifitcii." 241.213 Went 23.1 (Frank P. Cllinpliell llldg I Nntlie ot funeral hereafter Automobile cnrii-Ki'. KINttSllfltY fr W T Klnsjhury of .Vlni'ty-nouiJ urcct and Port Hamilton 1'drkvv.iy. In Ilrouklyn. N. Y, Thursday, M iy S, ucr. .1 11 years, run. r.il took pi ice Saturday from hem of In rather, P. 1'. Klnssbury of Scran lon. Pa. LIVINGSTON Suddenly, on May 9, 191J. nt Stamford, Conn., tho Hon. Ilobert ArniMrnnK" LIvliiKhton of New York city, la the tilth year of his age. Notice of funfiJl later. Maine papers pleaae copy. l.YTl.I.bi: In New York city. Friday. May l". t-Htnuel I, telle, for more than thirty car toaehman for thci lt Mr. .Minim H. lleultt. Puni'ijl at to A. M. nn Monday. May t.. nt th Stephen Merritt Chapel. S;3 Plxlith avenue, New York. Nntl.I.. Siililetily, nt Newport, lb I, My k, Katharlin. lte.ide. widow of Pdwar.l M Vlll nut daughter of the lain Peter ti-il'VC'SHIlt. Funeiul service at Trinity Church, New port, It I., on Monday, May i:, at 11 30 A. M 01.51HTI1P Siiildenly, on May 10, at now ilon, t:nithiiid, Mario d Conlnek. wile of Alexander II. (JlmMcd, In her iivonty sixth e.ir. STl-'ItdUS On May Walter Knlgbt ur. g- of Provitlenee, It. 1. son of iistar.l Okie and Alii Knlghl Siurite. In too tlilriy-i-i vintii year of Id age. TAYl.Olt. On .May 10, at Haworth, N J. IMinund li. Taylor, OKed li ear. llelatlveH .ind frlendn. nlno member nf lied ford Lodge, N". f.Tl, F and A. M.. ara reupcctfully Invited to attend Ilia funeral rertbe in the. thapol ot the fileph.n M rti llurlal nnd i.'rem ithni Company. iVkIiiIi avenuo und NHietient!i ;rcl. Mmnloy tvenlng. t s o'.i'"k. 111 11IIIL I . M New Iloihelle. N Y., las '., .tliniilo Price I'ndrrhlU. wblow ,,r th" lion. John yulney Piulerliin. I'uiniul nl lb" resllleucl nf her dalichter. Mm lh'iird Mni'." Melghan. Sutton .Manor. Now lluchclb. Hiuulay, May 11, nt t I' M. Kindly omit Hotter. UNIIEatTAtaERR. iuriii iHp.Fft (Minx) "rrvTi.T."iVM4 .. aia sola Ma. u.i. !! cuf MUt uuwioa. FRANK E. CA-MPIELL, T.rfrcta ;