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PI S FOR WEDDINGS!
OF EARLY SUMMER (.m.miiip to Hp MhitIpiI lo . I'. IVnrsnn in Smn m i I on .Itmc 7. i:TKS Bit INK TO-I.AY Mi- llnrript ISiutow.m Knjrnfrotl to Illicit Kan ki n of ItrooUlinc. o-.s have been reveiied In this , thi' llcv t'r Walker (wynnn liwttitio of Summit. N. .1. fr I'lms of tin ir daughter. Miss t w 1 1 iwune, to Itnslnald Fcits.ui nf till it in Calvary minii'. mi Ihe .iflerhwm of V'i HnwiT' fiwymip, the bride's ',1 be her tnatd of honor and tho ... , II In- Miss Ulleen Pearson MMii'il V.iii S.'hakk of this i ce M t slot if Sliort 11111k nml H . ii.ii'loii of Albany Them fewer Rirl v Until nml Frances ..' Htooklyu ,, i.w.winc, a brother of tli i as he"t mail Tile ushers Win" Uw.inne, Fisher Ooodhue, . i . l r . 1 .1 ol i -l I! .Monro, .ll i The marrlnite ceremony wllljof "I hv the ltiht Hev lldw li i shop of New arte, assisted hy 'ither and the Hev. Frank I . ret tor or .t. Iinrllinlnmew s I'.iklyn reception will follow lit the : ie hi ele's parent" . I'jtifiri tMtlonnl Church, Hast t .Mar Hates, d.iltullfer of . M s lielsloti Moore Hates, will . I lay lo linger II Hinds of i ll.il, 1. 1 , and this city. '-.ttonm, who is .1 memher of ; A "nidation of this cit, Is a ' lienrge. H. C'ortelyou, e-Secte-ip Treasurv Miss Hates will s a-" hr.d.il .'iltendants the Mls-.es M.itvli. Hleanor Mills, .Marlon I irjor.e NcUell, I'Uirenco Anpell ".in llituls llir.v.ird l. I'earsuu .is best man and the ushers lll f I'ortelyou, Howard ,1 lice, Hinds. C.lll.ert Ntittlm?, Henry a' d Kotcr Ware, ''i-rows of Ml Park hvmiup has I the encasement of his Hlster, i : .et Hariows, tn HuBh Itankiu, ! I lev and .Mrs I snap O. Itankln :v Mass, who was Kt adualed ( i i -tra .s a daushter of the late, l-s Henrv V liarroHs of North Mls .No date has been set VI ".I'l 'ill. 'i I.iwrence Oakley, who ' to M Sarah l.ee I'crot. daiichtrr a- I .Mrs Kdward F t'erut. In i - ,1'ine 7, will Klve his fare- j i he ir dinner at Uelmonico's on nedl'is of Miss Gertrude Howell f" um iter of Mr and Mrs. .Mpen If - it!, 'i F Worthinntoti lllne, ' M- aid Mrs Krancis I.. Hlne of iv, w 'I h,. ,-elebr.i'ed In the First '-'in Churcli, Hrooklyn, on Juno V - V r. i'Vi-'e Aron of this city has k -ir -erl e-iitTc-unt of her daut;h M.ss lieaf Mineurlte Aron, to tie I' i -me. a i of New York. SUI.IN1R GERARD ENGAGED. Urnlher of Supreme I'rinrl .Insllee Will Marrr Helen rosier. i e cement of creai Interest to sn r Just hreii announied. that of M i' Coster, pecunil dauchter of 1 i: es Henry t'o.iter of this city ' ' ' ', to Sumner tlerard of this i . c efr lives, with her mother at '" ''I rty-seventh htreet nnd Is In '' ' " - uy ehaiitles. Shu has been tv for several years. Her Lewis S. Morris. I i1- a son of the late Mr. nnd '.' I'.erard. tin was srad i i, e liroton School nnd later I iMisity nnd entered tho l ' i hwil, I -lria: the course In Hi' is ii, iw a member of the .I .,, ,- Sun-th id Is a member of the T.'nlnn, Manhattan. Ynln nnd other clubs v t" d w.ii nl one time president So" at i,' On. i ;i.iii-o.f. He Is a "' I list ice .lames W lierard and M itii-itd i .iter's f ithe-, the late Charles "nw, was nsw.aieii for itmnv '. tlie int.. ,f 'icriinnt Morcan In ' C h'i i,e MrADOO'S SON TO MARRY. I ti n u me n , (l mleU In Hi 1II Mlliel Mcrnr- " nnftnrieril, t5 Annoiincemeiit of ' Miss i:thcl Mccormick. ' ''i lane ll r.miTson, for - 'ne Preston Mcforinlcli, to I M blnn, .nti of William '., -' " i iry nf tho Treasury, will ' k from to-day at Hrook the Orecn Spring Valley. Mill:." MeAdon Is now stuilyltiR uinbla I.nw School. He will ' 'I net month. RIIS POTTS. n .inenh lllls .Mnrrleil In .Vorlh liirnllna Home, t c. May if, John rtlls of s 'n of Jacob Jills of New mil philanthropist, married at'i, dniichtiT of Mr. nnd to-day tit the liotnn of w. 1.. SlHKir, in til" est . 's otilv attendant nnn Mr i-c Mr libs m In the I'nlt'd 1 sen Ice In i Mettnll, oles of Hie nelnl World. WaRstaff, Jr. Have lat S' I!i cis a d liner for her I -'s'cr.,,.,nv. Mr and Mrs " S'liieinaker, who aie sailing ' ie i .,!! w.isiiititfinn .Mrs .is Miss M.ibelle Mid of San 'I her 111 I'IMKe lo .Mr. Slloe- br.ili l last Saturday nl M md Mis John FerciHon, " ' ' I-" I'o, Ml. New lioi'helle '' M i slim maker will remain 1 '" "' v n. .,, tM. ,. '' at Ll West Fifn -Ihltd " ' use beinj: a weddinc clfi ' i ..(mi's patents, Mr and " " ." SlioiMiiaker I Mis I'lilshnhn Hcach hae re- Hie I'lay.i fl mil Um Vlicilll.l ' a I S I 1 1 I'liiiiii. . s V .runout mil I, . to. In i i iiilnt i place in i M's W'.iltir WiUwiii, ai'i'iiin ' a ir I'lulilien, Miss .Ma . Inin- i iiiil WliltnwriKlil Watson, ' dm mi the lieome Wnsliint; ' - tin Mliniuer in Hurope Miss I l I nt I oduced tn sni lei v Mi' liobert H Wallaeli of I ' 1 ' . aie at lie Vanderblli i 'I'l' nl l"ielis .il-l Hie Misses lid Blcanor I'he'ps nf Teaneck, a tt.a ft! P.cs t i d Mrs William Blake nt Waah are U. tn Pint. .'on FAVERSHAM TO TRY IAGO. Ilnril I.im U With ".Inlltis Cirwr" unit Will Stlek m Shakespeare. William Fnversham. who will dull thin luoinliiK on the (Venule, -.aid Inst nlKht tli.it IiIh plans for next se,isnn Include (it lcnt two Shakespearian revivals on Hn even more ebibnrntn scale tliiin li 1 n ptoduc tlon of "Julius Cn-sat" Inst fn II. lie will ptndllcc "Otliclh." mid "llnm- I lei." nml pns.hy 'Henry VIII " The pro 'iliiitlntis will he painted nml hullt In I.on. Iilnn hy Joseph 1 In i Ue r, who wns rospnn I slide for the stupe ntulpincut of 'Julius I Ccsui." In "Olhello" Mr, Favetshnm n-ltl piny jinfi. Ills wife, ,tnlle t)pi. hUnihn , I! I). MaeI.ean Olhrlln unit Cecilia l.nftus )c. iieiimiin. sir. Favershum will leturn to Anierlea In August, openlni; his season tn I'anaila nml kdIiiK to the 1'nrllle coast, lie will he ncroinpatili d tn Htittlnnd In- his wire mi J their two on, Philip ami Will. In in, .Ir. W. W. AULICK VERY ILL. Mclttcr' PnttllcHr Man "nrTera Mrokr nf I'nrnl" al. William W. Allllrk, for many eurshead nf the publicity ilepartmetit for the l.leh ler Company, snffeieil a stink" of pnrnl.l yestctdii innrnlnp, In his olllee In th Century The.itie. Theodore l.lebler, with whom he was (nlkluc, summoned Pr I. W. Voorlires of II Central I'ark West. I.nter Mr Aulli'k was taken In an automobile to his home In I'lushlnc Mr Atillrk was foi several years dra matte editor of the Kirntng Velejrnm and Inter w.ih the haehall editor for the New York 7 line find the llvrninn Mail lie hud hecn III for thies or four da, mid u is neiieven mat me memcine he nnd taken may have been the Indirect ranss the stioke THE WHIP" ENTERTAINS. Knallsti Aptnr IJIrr Ten for Amrrl enn l'rlend nl rloslnc. The Kncllsh actors of "The Whip," whli h closes a mn of seven months at i lie .Manhattan Opera House to-nlclit, will entertain a larce party of American friends at a farewell mldnlKlit ten on the -tane. follow inK 'he tlnal performance. The st.iKu will he set as an Hngllsh cnnleii. an orchestra will be concealed amid the foliage ami there will be dan CltlK Most of the members of the cast will sail for home within a few dnyn. so th unuiiie function will ho In the naturfl of a farewell, STATE LOSES $50,756 IN LUMP. I'nn'l 'I'm Heiinrit tn HUtnrlrnl An rlrty, Cnnrt Ilrelde. The Stale of New York loses a t(ix of .,n.Tr.. on the etnt of Catherine An s,sta ,t, v;ei- under a decision of the .ppenaie iiivisinn 01 irio supreme i ouri esterda v that the bequest of $3SS..1T7, consisting of almost her entire estate, to the New York Historical Soeletv Is exetmif. from tax ns a bcnues to an educational Iti-t Itiit ion THE SEAQOERS. s.ime Whn Will sail To-dy for rnrnpp nnd the I ml lea. Hy the North Oennnn I.loyd liner fore WiishliiKtoii, for I'lymouth, CherbnuiK and Hremen : Ur. nnd Mrs. T J. Illakeslee Mr nnd Mrs. J. Alb'rt ('.ililuell Mr C. I'ress Vrtndr- tiill Mr nnd Mrs. VTuper N. Mrs. Ilins Tmischer- 0. nlkl Mrs w' M Tlurlbut I) W. Jsrl Mr nnd Mrs Carl Juni Mr iid Mrs. Itobert 1. m.berl Mr nml Mrs. I. t). Mape Mr. nml Mrs. T, Henry j I etrn !.. Wnlter A. reck Msjor iuiii tiuprrrht l DJirrnw H S. Ducll Mr nnil Mrs. Wheeler Karl IHren snrt Brtroness vnn I rlescn lanmii .1. Curt I'aencrs hy th White star liner Oceanic, for Plymouth. 'h'rboirR nnd Southampton : t-lle II. llrsiKtldw r C Plcknev Mr anil Mt, Arthur Srrlhner Pro! anil Mrs, Munroe Smith I'.srl Manbote Mr and Mr. O'wald O. Villa rd Mrs Henrv Vtllard Henry 'llan Atlantic Transport Mr and Mrs. riorc" Flint Mr J Neton Pur- vnni e I liter .Ii.Mtre. and Mt I mlnr Mr unit Mrs 1: A 1 otitis Hen. Iln-h Hnnldns Mrs II s HoSnnti Mr nml Mr. I nnries t. Kirk sir llirberi Mutwell Victor Morlrv Hr nnd Mrs, Wllllsm I 'errln For London, hy th' liner Minneapolis; Mrs. Arthur Chaw- Mr. ii0 Mrs t l.iistire Cirrnt Mrs. Ieils Jstre Ailmlrnlnnd Mrs llenr)' . lAlltl Aleemnn .Sullivan By the Ited Star Pover mid Antwerp: Mrs. W 11. fooley Mr nnd Mr. I.. W. i.rnnl Or and Mr'. Walter McKeiiwtl lltir 7.seand. for Prof II. V.. Northnip William Heeiker Mr and Mt. W. H. Ilniimo Hy the Hamhurc Auifrlcan linar Curl st Indl.s and Mantn Mr and Mrs. William l.eon (Juesailli Ilr ami Mrs I'rank It. Itlchard'ou the Anchor liner CI W It. Pratt Scliurz. for the W. Maria : (i.W Mailer I'duiinl 1' tirav Mr. Allen Moore MP- Cninas Inmrs I'. Thornton For C,a.mw, by dnnla : Dr. clement lllitrtle, Mr. ami Mrs. Thiimas. 1iU'Jen Capl nnd Mr'. Mil. roller For San Jum, by Prof, and Mr O. A. Johnnon Hons Mr and Mrs, W. II. Seeley the New York nnd Porto Itlco liner oamo . (inv lleorire It I nlion Mr'. A. W Iluell of I'orio Hlen Mr and Mrs .1. It. Klnc Mi. and Mil A. K. Mr and Mrs. K I 'lai-lor Itarill" II. I Nirniit lly tin- I'niled Fruit steamship Pastnres, fur Jamaica, Colon nnd Port I.lrnon: 11. A lle,er. I'ranU I'leailiiK I . II lllel leoriie I.. I'rlre N'nriiian l Henry Mrs A. A l.jnian WILLS AND APPRAISALS. JollN S. WII.ROX left $40S,o:i He aive a life Inlerest In JlfAOno to his widow, Knte li. Wilson, but If she tnarrks iiKniti aim is to have Hie Income on only J-M.nOil, The rest went to daiiKhters, Floience Swift mid Blla I. Wilson, and sons, .1. Sawjer Wilson, Jr. riallelt H. Wilson and Jnstpli A. Wilson Ciiam.k.i A- HiM!:is, member of n Ful ton street lestnurant llrm, left only M, fi7. ' Ills widow. Theresa, was sole heir. CitMii.ns W .Mktvkm of Cluster, N. J,. left 'inri.i'uO In New York. He owned the southwest corner of Sixth aenue atid Twenty-ninth stieet Wm.TWI I. Tllo.MPsov left all to his friend. Charles A Benedict of ICn West Thirteenth street, mid did not mention his wife and Uino daiiKhters. ' "Kilinrnh" tcleil I'p Sliilr. Pkukskii.i., Mm I'-' - l.i'Krant How laiid's new play. "Iirbninh," In which Cat Intta Nlllsnn nppeaiisl 111 the 1lte lolc, had Its Initial performance hem lo-niKlil. It U .1 inllieily dllima III tlllee lll'IS. Tile cast iiicliidiil Flunk (lllluioie, Isnln 1 lae. I'.lllott HiNtei, Mnile iav, Maud" Sin rl.iir and M.vr.i Hinokes, III "' ni l. Tn-dio, i Tie Ni w Yink Schnnl nf Applied lie. ' slKii for Women, .exhibition, liiu l.exlntt i Ion iiM-nue. H' . M. to P. M. Tialllc Siiiad nf the Police Popartment, intiiiiial dinner, Waldorl'-Asloi la, '30 ' I' M. J IllKhty-Mcond New York Veteran As Miclatloli. dinner, Allaire's. i'.'O Thlld av. I line, a I', M. I Associate Alilinnae nf tho Normal Col ' leise, mirlni: reunion. Pink avenue and S.my-elKhtli slieit. 2 .SO P. M, Paiadc of oily eniplnypes from Wash lnctnti Siiiaie up Fifth avenue to Fifty ninth nlieil wihI to Binndwav tn Rlchty sixth 'ilicet, 1 P. M. Ouifi ieiini on the education nf the lir mlKranl. Cnllene of th City of New York, 9 ;30 A. M, to 1 P. M. D17dTTT I DIMI III fPTl I n P 1 m. in .,Mv (),)t. ,,,,,,,1 , rnnnot ,, the Ar.fiF.PTR TffP. r,RnwN,r:r:1;,;,,rr;.u;;,!! r "-s N'piir Riot at Palacp Tlii'iitrp as llor Profptision Honors Artrpss. MOPF.I. OF GOLD WKF.ATII My Ppbt Public: Thank Yon:" Slip Crips in F.ntrlMi All Can Hpar. I' r,..t V,.f,ir. the eiirt.iln rose nn "Cnel v..i. j v. i" ..i.i.i. s! ..i. " i Milt d.. Noel, which Mine, .-..rail Bern-1 hnrdt ptesenteil yesterday nflernoon at the P.ilnco Theatre, U.inlcl l-rohtiian, president of the Aclors Fund of Amer-' lea. announced from the suilo that lm- mediately after the one act play thn theatrical iirofc.'sion of this country would hntior thp French ncttess nnd It -1 elf hy prcsentitiK her with n laurel hy presenting her with wrenth nf tfold. lie Invited the audi ence, which crowded the larue theatre. In retnnln for the presentation. The audience stayed. It sat HiroiiRli a fifteen minute wait while Mine. Bern hardt rusted after the one act piece, and the Invited KUcsts pumped themselves on the statte. Mme, Bernhardt occupied tho centre, while nn either sld.; stood tho speakers, Daniel FrnhtnHii, D.ivld Belasco, R. M, Holland and Mrs Thomas Whlffeu. The ftime wns crowded with reipurities wno, wiin more man a nun- : died others, had subscribed rnr th" i wreath. The orchestra played the "Marseil laise" ns thn curtain wna raised and the audience stood without prumpllnK. Then Mr. Frohman said. "The lalllel wreath which Is to be; Riven to Madame llernhnidt will be a ' wreath of nolil. hut In thn short (line nl , thn cotiunlttce'H disposal It cnuld nut be Mulshed. We shall exhibit tn her to-day 1 only the model from which the com-i pletcd wreath will lie Ilnlshed In n fowl wicks, when a special messenger will . be .sent to Paris to deliver It to Madamnl Beruhuidl In tho name of Ihe Ametlcau theatrical profession. j "Il Iiiih been fashioned by Mr. (iulllnt of Marcus ti Co. and Its dpslcn appi'med by John W. Alexander, and wo are as- j mired that ll Is Ihe ver latest Pat Man! fashion In Kohl lauiel wieaths." 1 David Belasco, who fnllowed Mr. Frnliman said- "As Iiiiik as I llie Ihls will I etna in the happiest and pimulest mument In my life, All I can say Is that Ihroiiuliiuit nil my career this ureal and dear lady has always been my Inspiration. I kiss her hum!. Hod bless her." Mr.". Whlffcn, who handed the wreath to Mine, Bernlifii dt, spoke In French. She said; "Mini'. Bernhardt, the, urealest and most wonderful aillste, 1 have the honor and ureal pleasure nf presentliu; In you on the pari of the artists of America this crown," When .Mine, Bernhardt rose in ac cept the ",1ft llieto was a tumult. It wan snnin llmo before she cnuld speak, and when she did she addressed thn audlpip'o. nnd ill Imitllsh, There wns a decided accent, hill tin; autllenie cnuld understand With hor rm extended nnd imrs treamlnc down hr cheeks, the nctre THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY mWFfBMtm ..7 WWW W'? "Peace Be With You!" In tones that could be heard In nil u, ihnnk v n, my dear ir hrntliers; ' my dear public thank sisters, thank .u. tin thank ym. thank you, w.th all th heart. I',irewdl Then the curtain went down, hut the audienio ti'tnnined, It remained half an hour longer until a plinlocraph nf Mine. Bernhardt nnd ther friends had been taken. DINNER TO JAMES SPEYER. Mllllilil nf rill'ersll' Setllpinrllt lliinnr llie llnnUpr. t"timoi', il dinner tn James Spyer I was itiwti at Ternice jTiatdeii last nltrht tl,e I il id- ' of the liiiverslt Sctll. tiieni Miiii of tiinso who attend. d were loiint: tn!i and womi'ti who as bovs o- lils cane u i b lin- influence nf the fettle. 1" w oilier- linn la'.ei mm. ill. wiu loin, r " Xtend'.'ii; its actuates Htlieis were n,,.h fll,.11(N fol lf t.ar, , ,,,, ,ins the crnwth nf the, ett!eni"nt and Hie KenTal nccrptano nf the social Ideas which were firt cUrn liractie.il n iiiiHcii t ton there. ,:ml1 i; I'nelis, n "eradnate," was the ,.,.;,'. , '.i,.. , ,i, s.-ttlement Ur. ilenrv Moskowltz. Jacob! Cohen and HeuJamln Blch. who reiue. stilled tiie settleninit dubs Henry . W, Taft. who Is a memhr nf tb council Park Coinmlrslntier Charles H ,stnv i no iuiii in ii s i, um in- in-, ie .in., ,i. in-- ... 1 settlement and fnrtnet Assistant PUtrlet , " ,""' , ,. . Aitnrnev James H Ite.vnolds. who pie., Mr. Tuwer spoke on ' The Treaty Ob s.nted Mr Se.yei with an nil portrait lluntlons of th t mted Slates RelntlnB don" hy llernuil (Sussow. Mr Speycr ' to the Panama Canal" Hn said: ii s,onded hrb'fh , "The i 'laytnn-Itulwer treaty became i AinnnK thn"e ai the mll tnbles were tp fdundatlnn for the understanding In- (lenrKe P Kiinj!. Pierre Jny, Mr. and I ,eween ourselves nnd Crent Britain , Mis, .mini i, .l ac.t lliur, .Ulinee i, I auei I III and Miss K'atherln" Pauldlnc, Mr, ll itnnrd Pauline Itosenthnl, Mr. and Mrs l.em Si op, Mr and Mrs. Travis' Mr and Mrs. Bernard Ou- ' II Whllnev. sow and Mr and Mrs, Itobert J. Mend, t th" speakers table were nlo Mrs. i Bmll I'm In. Mi. Henry W Taft, Mi, i Beynol'ds, .Mr and Mis. Abraham Voice' and Ml". Speyer, RECEPTION FOR THE CHOATES. Ilriitliera, Nl nml Hit, liiirsls nf llonnr nl Hie llnrvnrtl Clult. A reception was given at the Harvard Club eietdav afternoon In honor of .ludae nnd Mrs, William O. Chnate nnd tl(1 rnntrnrv, thn I'tilted Stitea entered ex-Ainbassador and Mrs. Joseph II Choatc ' f,.P(h. lu), ,,pv to th,R0 treaties by inembei of ie dub. ....'nnd the Hltialhm Is one thnt wo have llmvard Club r is7. to 1ST! and hi" f',r '""'' . brother was luesldeut from 1 S7 1 to H7S m-KolliitPil with Oreat Britain and from 19ml to 190S, after hl return i nlways with thn understanding upon from London, wbe b" was Ambassador our part that she was tn bo upon the to the Court of Si James's. The brothers pnini fontlnK as ourselves In repard to Clio.ilt. wein er-1, tuateil m inn same ciass rlass , fmm Harvanl, In ISO". The judK') is s: and Ills brother St, Peler II. one. preUli'iit of Hi" club, and the nllier nltlcers, Amnry O, HodBcs, Lancdun P. Marvin and Frederick It. Swift, lectlwd Tbeie wee many penpla Pieseiit In the afteinoon, mid In the liar - laid Hall i efresluneiits were served, and lllfie wein nei ill allium nl rt-u to tint Pi lux llmveis. Therii was music In the hours of the leccptlon, Snui" nf the musts were Mr. nnd Mis. Itobert Bacon, Ml-s Martha Karon, .Mr. mid Mis. Andrew Carnesle, Mr. and Mrs. Finiiclti It. Appldon, Mr. and Mrs. Anleu (1. Fox, Mr, mid Mis, Chaiinrey M. Pc pew, JihIkp and Mis. Henry Holt, Miss Mabel Choatc, Mr. and Mrs. Aithur . Choatc, Mr. and Mis, Charles S. Fair child and Juilce Peter T. Barlow. (ihrrnrdesens fining In Ae"lnrl. Nr.wronr, Miy S,--t'oimt and Cnimtess ilella (thcrnnlesca of Florence, lyily, the latter n daiiKlitei of Mr, mid Mis, Hcnr.i A, C, Taylor, will spend the summer here this jenr. They have leased one. of the I'tnnrd cottngtH. 17, 1913. MOHONK SPEAKERS TALK ON CANAL TOLLS Mas""jciiirlcniii2iip IowpvSh.k llllll Trpatips lpfiiirp F.(iialily With Crp.it liriliiin. F.XF.MPTIOX CI.AI'SK HIT Prof, .lolinson lipclaro.' Aiiipi ic.'in PiilihV Slionlil Not Hpar liiinlcii of Froc TnlN. Addt "sses on Monos k l.'Ki:, May l. the Panama Canal tolls cnnltnvcry be tween the I'niled States and British dmprnniont.s occupied most of to day'n session uf the conference nn Interna tional at hltration. The speakers were CharlemaKne ' Tower, former Ambassador tn Germany Prof. Kmory It. .lolinson of the Fnlver- ! iiv nf Pcnnsylvnnla; Renrespntatlvp ' .lnecph It. Knowinnd of (nllfornla: Thomas lliiehttrn White nf Philadelphia 'land Pon C Sell?, ot the .New ork and provided for nn nbsolute equnllty between them In repnril not only to the prntecunn which iney uniirii in mve u an Interoceanlc rnmmiinlcatlon thnt nhniild be established, hut also formally dcclated Hint both (iovernmentH should approve nf any charpeH or conditions of tialllc- that lt to say tolln- -that mlRht bn imposed, nnd thnt nn mieh tolls should bo Impospil In fact which had Governments." Mr. Tower then referred to thp Hay PauncefotP treaty, which superseded tho Claytnn-Htilwer convention, and con tinued: "This Is not an obscure subject. On , .. ,.nli. d sbe nccented. vleldlntr the niivanlaKes that sho had-acqiilrpd In order tn cnmply with our plnus. It Is not a question now as tn whether wo , made n nnu narsain or n nail (inpiiit It s of Krent liniiortnncn to Ahe j American people that the 1'nlted States: i unverninent Hlmll fultll Its enKiiKPnientM ,inil sin enrrv nut Invnlle Us Intern,.. tlnnal nlillKatlons," Heprpspntnllvn Knnwland declnred that a repeal of Din toll provision of tho canal hill would lm an abject sur ipnder of American rlitlits. Mrs. Illmer H. Ulnck of New York awarded a prlzo to MIsh Mary It. Tol lock of ItopliPHtiT, u freshmnn in tho nncliPHtor ADiPiiiriim nnd Mechanics' Institute, for thn hPHt essay on "Inter national Peace," This competition wan open In woiiipu rnlleue students. Temprrntnrrt In Atlnntln Cltjr, Atlantici C'itt, May 1, Thn temper. tur wu 71 at noon hire to-day. BISHOP DOANE DIES ; LED CHURCH IN STATE Ifpml of Albany Dioppso nnrl it Powprful Kicnro In City's Affairs. WAS 01 IX LAST MA WCII Last in tlip Publii Kyp When Ifp Culled a Snffniyp Hike Silly." ThP ItlRht Itev. William froswell Iioane, Kl.coi.il Itlsliop of Albany nnil perlinps the best known elenrymnn of the Kplscop.il Churcli In the country. died at 12 :0,. o'clock this morning In Ills Hpnrtnients nt the Motel Mnnhnttan. r.lsliop Do.inn'.s iwn dnUKhteiH find his phynlcl.m, Pr. Hail, avern with thn Ulshop when he died, It was said lit til" hotel this inoriilnc. None of tho family nor Pr. Hart could he disturbed, thn hotel said, to lrnrn further particulars. The Hlchop and tils family rams to the Mnnnattiiii Ins! Ttie.sda.v At tin; time of his arrival there wer- no hIkih nl lllnesH of n ilanceroiiH nature, so far as observers could nolo, cept thai Hishop Poane'ti years .spiinei' to welch upon him with exceptional h t.vlne.ss. Hut the Illness that was so rapidly to end fatally eonn compelled the Bishop tn tnlte tn Ills lied, The weakness of the aced church man becamo sn pronounced that the. family llnaliy siimmnneu in. nnn in Pr. II. li t wns In attendance, alarm. upon his patient constantly last nlcni, l.ilt despite his efforts Bishop Poun became unconscious at mldnlsht nl lied a few inliiiil'Ti later. At the enilv hour ihl- mornlnc at whli h this Is helnc written there Is no iletlnile Information forthcominc as to the funeral iirraiiKeinents. With the iHlnir I'.isliim were Mss M. l. Gardner. Miss Mm ray and Mff lYav.ler, his neatest William Cro-well llvltm kin. II. i, in- had been I 'rot testant Kplscopal Hlshnp of Albany forty-four .ars when death i.iniv for forts to him. II'' wa- nns-cr.i'.cd ns Bishop on February '.'. I m'.O. II.. was I in In l'.i.-lnn Mnr-'i '"2. n.ak ns him pa-: M e.n s old n' t oMline of bN ili atc. II". fame.". Ce..rce W.i-. - iiision poane. wn the ii'l P.lslrip of New .ler-i. ll-' was Ul.. Colieui'. New i mil. a title! aluaie.l ftnm B Jers y. In I'.Vi. r! ai.'ton and ue- j I 'ti si "I- Mar- 's In llie Ptii-est.in, pal Churcli and ledor nf M. I Churdi si. en it Biivliuuton In A f.t I' cars tin t lb went in St. .I..:in :' J ci. iie'i nt llanfoiil. nnn , i in i ii i ." i ivies' ''nl" l lit I b i .line te. tor nf SI Alh.ltlN Ai that time ilo-e wa- otil ntie dint-.-.' of tlv I : j iis.., i. .. Chinch In New Yotl; S'.ile. w,i!i lloiaiin Putter, line!" of the la!. Bishop len Clay Puller, ns li- In ad. Tim (iellel.ll Ciineiil. in of 1 Stts aiitiiotl'.i d l ie formation of the A'bnnv tiinti'se, th,- second In the Stat", and the mhiiii; te' tor of St. Peter's wa elected Bishop li- j.ilnt MHO -if iterity1 nnil '.iMiieu i f Ihe new ilioiese In the ilix yttir of his ci-.ntlon h fo'inrl d S; Akik.i'.s S. Ipml .'i' al llnin Whi u the si 1 1 was w i i.iile. w,- the new P. sluv s t h'm-M-'f lo :he la -U of liiiU'l.iVi ' ! I c.'H'ie d a' iiiu.ini.Mtlon The result of l-i ( ' .inr '' this ill:e -, o:i v.i the A', Salnti-' Calhetlinl II then turned h i -erl -s -if horn. and mlur mstltirio'is of ill" church. ; which wcie foiinilnl under 'i' nee and all of whi'h bccanie l. atures of the i h uvli w ic k patnin tu ! tied .f the da ci ee. In h.s Miiinuor dis the B..'hop was . lutiiier on lti-'atiire. Ilret as Bur linatmi Cnlleiie iiud later at Tt!nl!. II" was for many e:'i n P.eseut nf the I nlverslty nf llm Slate of New York and fit- pin t "f this time was llie Chan i o'lor. l'.ls'inp Poane mar-led In 1 STiS Sarah Catherine Condit of Ncwarl;. N. J. j In his r.itiniliim of St- Aunes's School Bli-linp Poane wa- crc.llt.- I w . h I doliir. mole (nan nu one man in i i.- country to iii-iuindn the cducaiinn m me d.umhters of wcallli. or well to do par ents in a reunions atninsplici e. Bishop Poane was always an mho. calp of the "I hell Church' win.' lie was known wherever lie went. IhroiiRli out the country, by his !-tie breeches ami bitltoiKil U-splnKs eiuh as wots worn In Knc'.ili'l a century .!"; as a hallnc.rk of the l.t'KlIsli elrrRyman The Bishop was a lender In the fisht of his Chtiivh apralnst divorce, and hl.t In fluence was leuarried as one of ihe main causes behind the Church's i.inoii nc.ilnst the remarrying hy n priest of the F.ph-oop.'il Church of the millt.v party in a divorce. One nf the latest npportunllies which Bishop rinaue had of maklnc a ptn tinuncenicnt on nuestlnns or itubllc lH Icy came In PecemWf list when lie comnienleil on the hand of suffrnirettos who had .lust walked Into Albany from New York. lie called them "silly women" and said that he had no faith III their cause. The Blr-hop was rnn sisiently outspoken In his nntacnnlsm In unman suffrnKe. WILLIAM SCHOLLE, llrnil of lehnllp Ilrothpr nnd aim lier of Trmiile Hplh-KI. William Schnllc bend of Scholia Bios, died yesterdny nt his oity-iilnlli street. He fi Nassnu slreet home. 1.1 Fast wns 91 onrs old, .Mr. Scholle wns bom In imvnria nun enme tn America In ltl At tlrst be en ra(jed In the woollen bii"lufss In New Vnr t. llllt III 1 Mill lie Weill in can I-I nil- Cisco. He established tvholle liros. wnn Ids brothers, Jacob, who died In 1SST, nnd Albert, who died In ISN", In tifiS be married Mls Itoa Thiir rinuer. She has been dead for several years. They hud Ihe children, four of whom are llvliiK, They urn A. W Scholle, Mr. Hdward Owenfcld, .Mrs. ft. Hntlien beiK of Pasadena and Mrs. Seymour Kuraman, Mr. Scbnile was n member of Temple Beth-Kl and was luteiested In several charities. MRS. MARY A. MATTHEWS Irish llurii,(if lliimipiint tiicesirr, She 1,1 veil lo He 1 0.1, Mrs. Mary A. Matthews, 103 years old, died on Thursday at the home of her son. John Matthews. Pnllsadn incline. Hudson HelKhts. Mrs. MatlliPWH was born Mary Anna flreen In Ireland. She attended school nt Warren Point, nnp iiiIIp east of her home, and wns confirmed nt Clonallon when a small girl. Her father was clerk of the church for forty-six years nnd she smiir lu tho rholr for years. Her parents wern of the old Huguenot family of Pe, Houen, After her marrlago with John Mat- thw of Klllowen. County Pown. she came to thin country nnd for many years lind mado her homn 'lth her eldest son KurvhltiK Mrs. Matthews nro the follow Inc children John Matthews, with whom sho lived. Mis. Hllzabeth of W.Tlilmjton, P. r. nml Mrs. Maria Manhood of llrooldyn JOSEPH CREAMER. XV Knrinerly 'oiilirpleil With .Tnr r'ooke nml I'oinpnni. I'lm.AbEM'iflA, May 11 Joseph '"learner, 11 leilted banker nnd stock Innker, died heie to-day He wns s," yenrr old. Mr I'reatnei was connected with ,lav Cooke - Co from the close of the elMl war iiulll the llrm fiillnl In t"."t. He later enciiced III the hrollerncn husl ness under the ill in iiamo of Crrnmer K Newball. At one time he published tho ralltiiad leconl mid the lnesors itulde for the Noithein Pncltlc Hallloait, SIM children, Mrs. .Intne.i S. Shoemnker, wife nf lir Shoemaker, Mis, Joseph Thompson, Mt Satuiiel Pollock. Mrs Horaro 11. tleuer, Mls.s Susan Craamer nnd Mntlhlns Creamet, nitvle. -j Iloliert n. nnt. Itobert H. Saul, for the Ins' ten yenrs complaint elerk at Police Headquarters, died yestenlnv al Ills hoie, 4I2 Convent nxeniie, He wns as years old He wns horn on Washlnclnn Helshtr His father, fleorge Snnl, wns proprietor nf the old Fort Washington lintel, nt tho old Klntrs hrldtte road mid I Aid street Mr Saul was for :i tlnio e clerk In the Importer" and Traders National Hank When hi ; father died, nineteen yearn afto, he took , charce of the toadliouse for n while i He wns a Peniocrat nnd nt this time i served two lernis ns an Alderman He niatrled nineteen earn iiko Ms Madeleine Hlvven nf Hnlontown. Pa nnrl she, two sons mid n dauchter ur1ve hlni I Aleeinder f, Xnpler. Alexander P Napier, a retired lm porler and an old member nf the New i York Chamber of Commerce, died yesler- dny nt his home, fi Slrontr tilace, nrook : iyn. in nis elcnty-elclith enr. He was j born In Hrooklyn and had been a resident of the south section nearly all his life He whs prominent In the i:plcopal de nomination and nerved as vcstr.s man and warden in the Church of Chrlt for mam p.i's He was a trustee of the South HrooUlvn Savings Hank nnd a director of the P.icllle M.ndi. Manhattan His wife, a son, lr Charle i. Napier, nnd two d.iiiKhtet s survive him .Inlm K. triiisl ronr. Jitliti A. At instrnmr, a veteran Brooklyn i new "paper man who had been on Ihe j "t'l i " tvr :iv taff for twenty. nine veins, died at Hs Inline, IIH! Oates aie ntie. In his .-lulitt .fnui th year He was bom In Cntitm Wlcklow. Iteland, and was a ,m n' lip Hubert Arm'trimc. a fellow of tile Kmal College of Phsclnns In Iniblln Tiie r.iin.h came to this conn j 1 1 s. ir lv,", aid settlid 'n New Ycik, nnd I.Miuiu,' Ai iiistiont: soon lii Kan his news- ,,,ll,i-l I , Iliei nil toe .I'1" 1 nil, lt"r" lie Its t edlloi of the Binoklyn 'tine foi .Mats befnte itnliiK on the KmIe. limit' sun and a il.iimlilei suivUe hlnl BOWERY TO GIVE MORE OPERA. Jrttlle ns Tiirtiipn." i ' '"'"Hi Upela Cninpativ. which closed 1 It- s, as,,ii at th" Tluilla Tb' iilie nn Satur day lilRht has di elded to comply with !'i,iii tiRtets and will Kle a supple Inieiilan si asup upeias w dl be sutie on ' S.i 1 1 1 1 1 1 .i i I .: 1 1 1 mid Mindny aftetnisin land cm. nine, ,,( t.iih weik until June 1. ,'t'le oiuanisitliin will be kept intact, i Ti.e siipj.iinrntiin Mason will birln ' tii.ntKht. whi n Vi hIi s "iitbelln" will be 1 stint "l.a (liocoiiihr' will he tu-mortnw's ni.il ini npeiii. and to-moiiow nisnt ' ( ar- l.a i " w l! linn Its III st p-esctitallnn hep. b tills i tiinp'in.v Alice Cetltle will sine I'm mill ;i ml I'ko Culnmblil will ins '"'I .fine HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GO SAILING. i;iicla nf llie liny Line nn the Wnnh llllllll li-'luu. Yestenlai aftet anoii I. nan nf the ,-i,20in p.N the W.-'sh nslon Irvine lllKh .ul on the Washlnuton ir Pav I. me Mrs Herman V V (ilcntt. Mts. Itohert School Kot a i bin of the ,' M.i.. Mrs .1. C Clarl.son, Miss Anna W nlnitt, Mrs. ileoise White a ,d Mrs Ftatil; P. Wll-ey co'i-tltuted a cnniin'ttee In chare nf Me ".iris Tber, t.i music bv a ilo'lble tiuarlet nf Hampton Jubilee .mii;es mid ,a salute to the lln? bv 'i chorus of Hft A twtie foot llaR made In Hie sirl" wa hoisted on the boat Nor III II en eh Opens foe Son son. North Beach ojieu for the season of 1ti" w til more new slims s t'tae hereto, fine Free lireunik" evet v Tlilll-'diy eve. mm; w'll be a leaditu; iittraellnM The fireworks me il.t-plaxed ,n the bav sn lliern Is i mini fur all aloiu: the boardwalk At U'lla P. uk la aililitinii to the chutes will be found a tine open air rlrrus nver the chtlle lake TalkiiiK iilctu-es are beltiK exhibited In the grand pavilion at Slher SprinK f.Hieensborn Bridie Irol Ies nnd bnais from Hast Ninely-nlnth street ko to the pari.. DIED. liritK.-Si:it -At Italilninre, y , Wetlne'da. M.iy '4, I'.I3, Vlrtnr l en nar- .,'M-er, In hi" iron ent. Funeral eri Ices tlll b lield nt his Ite lliillle. H.t lliirnelt street. Knt Ornfe, N .1, en Siturdn). M.iv K. st 5 Jo 1' .M lleliitUe" nnd frl"nil" nre tn lte,t tn Htteit'l Interrnciit fit ths eon enletne uf the family. CABMAN Ansellne Fletcher, prd 4wr In rent, Mjy 1.1, 1513, nt hr 1st rel dence, i:i Walnut 5treet, Mnntclnlr, N .1. Funiral Saturday t : M. f'll.l l linill.A IN The I .v I.ennder T, st I'a'aden.'i. I'si . May 1 I'uneinl srilce" III be lie!, I at the Ilrlrk 1'ii'stiyterl.iii I'hurrli, I'lfib motiue ami Tlilrly.eenth mreei. ai lo A M, Men da;. May t!. Inierniem Laurel Hill i'emetry. I'lillailelplda liOANB. mi SimiiiiIiiv. .Mav 17. nt the Mnnhsllitli lintel, i'H Vnrk, nfter a litlef llliieps, Wllllnin Crnsivell Donne, l. l, 1. 1.. H, lllelinp nf Alhnny, In Ihe elchl -vecnliil ,enr nf Ills nee, police nf funetnl hereafter I.AWItKNt'B. fiidileiilv, Thurkday evenlne. Muv If., IS13, ai Wlllmv Hank, Fluihlnn, HlTITlillla Harnes, wife nf Tnwiisend I. nn rente and tlaiiRbter of ilie,me WPI I'm Haines nf llerlfnrd, Hiiiilnnd, riuietal net vices at llie rriddeiire, Slinilav, May 1, nn ntilwtl "f 1 1-t I' M train ftetii l'enn l t'.nl.i Stiiiinn tn llrMK 'treel. Intel llieil' pih.tle Mil. I. Bit - On Thiirmlav. Miy 15, 15IS, I'll trl" Aiusu'iii" Miller, In lit. Ilft elKhth eir, Funeral "erli at th I'hurrli nf O-if Father, tlniint avenue, enrn"r l.erfeit' pltce, llruiiklm, en Piturdti), Ma 17, d 2 P. M, .VAI'IRIl, Hn I'lblav. Mav 1, 1313, nt hi' late tenlilenre, r, Hiratu ''.ii'e. HrnoklMi, Alexnntlel H. Nitplel. Ill III" Mth year, runeinl eerOif" "t Christ Chun li. cn. inn and llnrrlim uees, Sunda), Mny l. nt S. P M HL'TIIHItl.A.S'B At TliilledU, Mai I '' '.ise.lte, N Mother A . en bin 77lli year. Tt'CKBIt SiiddeiiH, nl Atlantic fit), N, J , on May 14. I!'l3, I'lmriis ll Turner Funeral frmii bl" lain I'ldenie, lloun I llrooli. ,N .1, en Satunlav, May K, st 15:30 I'. M. Iltterinenl prltale UN 11 EST A It EK&. AMBU LAN G ES (arrow) $7 FRINK E. QAMPIELL, T,t "aU om. i i gggM