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GRISCOM ART SALE
IN COMING WINTER rnllrctinn One nf the Impnrtnnt in This Co 11 11 try. Most O.N" n NOTABLE BEMRHAN'DT With' Ifnnso Covoreil in Vn iiiillv Vnricd Soloction of huntings. i-er an rt Association Rave out In- rlrsf word of what Is ex- e nil of tin' most Important f the coming winter the dls r th' .nilectliin made by the late v. itlscom of I'hll.iilt'lphlii. The r C 1 . tv.i 1 : .ko place M.irly In the sales sea HI nn.l will I)? conducted by Mr. K M ' om. like his close friends. John 0 I - .'. 1 A 11. Wldcner. W. L. 1 ., . -i 1 J Pterpont Morgan, was a con nf. 1 discriminating Judgment and - i:g tne.uiK ctiablod him to acquire I n .'i 'minis ex.unple!i In his travels , : ften Hie competition was not so n. 1 ,s 1! prisent T t .1 i "ti has l 3n; been known and ' . t spert, and many of the tt . r -"-tant Item." have figured In the ..1 1 '. clous nf the flay. The pictures iMie -ell housed .It Dolobnili, the coutl , j.tie .'f the Grlscoms near Haverford, Pa. m n s lav when examples of Rem 1 ivA ui' cauerlv -ought by Americans .' uti tii p-ibablv the chief Item of the ' i. iv Rembrandt, for the Oris 1 t.n. boasts of but one. This Is l i nt if an old Man" that was f.-nerlv In the Lohr collection In Lelpslc. . 11. c:g .v. lection In Dresden and Dr. Mi 11 sniiii.ut collection In Munich. It I-- i.oil 'i Dr Itode's "Complete - i' Itembrandt." In t)utrult' "Of tb- Itembrandt," In Wurhack's k on J:.nbrandt" and by Hufstcde di . I, litlier Notntile CnilTSiri, Nev 1 .merest probably come the T-ri "jv.rtr.ilt nf a Nobleman" , 11 r .:!. ttt.n of Sir Nicholas IMgar (S:k In r T ic Red llouse" near Norwich , ,r I.i upirtint woik "Andromeda," w .v p ,!. lMWh at the Van Dyck exhlbl- i. '- Ion In 1300 as the property of rx f' T Humphrey Ward, who pro r , (I ; fi mi the Karl of Dtintnore . "Poi ; j.i .if i Hui -gonitis ter" by Van der Hlstt fr ; n collect Hi of the French expert M V- al I a n Ferdinand Hoi's Im- ihi 1 w.Tit Lot, His Wife and Daugh fi, V . T.wnled h Two Angels on the p.. '. I'tparture," from the collection i.c lib Oswald Augustine Smith, '.nil:. A Koiest Sctne" by Jacob Van ':.1.i.i fiom the collection of Col. "h ,.h '. ITasMnc- Kncland . Mlercvelt's To "ra.t if a Lady with Huff" from the t :i ' Van den Bognerde le Herto . --. 1 f Holland "A Courting Scene" sy J.m Miensc Molenacr from the collec- Sir It' b- ri reel, and an Important . Lift with Figures" by Franz Snv i. ' iv the 1'iench Galleries, lindon. Ilarly llnallah Musters, T'i- r fv Hiizltsh masters are icpre f'T.'.H Sli .lohila Rejnold's ponralt ' 1' 'unless of l?nthes fiom th- col . inn if Lord Itothes and James Price. I 'iin Sit Thomas Lawrence's "Fran- .f 0 Henry Robinson. Ksq,.. and iU ' fitim the collection of Mr. 1 w- K ,.f iioii-V I'astle: "Portrait of l,W S-ticr I'hiirehlir by John Hopp- sr Hct. i:.ibuni'. "Portrait of H"' Kuller'on'' frmn the -nllectlon of " . s McDonald nf Kdlnbutifh. Old "The Thatched C'ottace on the M11 equal In ImportancH to "The Wll- i os' the same artist, which nan sold I n ti the Borden collection . Con- i "Hempstead A Storm" fiom the " om jf James Price of Torquay and - 11 Kversley; "Portrait of Miss jn i Francis Cotes from the collec f j.ihn Gray, Newport, England , T 'i'i"ncs of Portsmouth" by Sir ' l.1- from the collection of John H.. ii.iuques of Leeds, KnKUnd , II I'll. id Child" hy Sir John Ople. .i aracterlMic examples of Guorge M v. 1 ' '5 en of 1S3D ale well represented ';ojiau by "The Harvest Field," from ! i.:'e. fnn of the late Charles A. D-i .1 T'moii "Return to the Farm." ri- . hi i;.MHRe 1. Setiey collection. 1SS2: ) 1 s L Alireuvoir," from the Troyon lie K.irots "Mere ProteKcant Sou En-a- t. i , h n recorded In "L'CKuvre de ' - ' i Robatit and Moreau-Nelaton, 'V' :.iin l'i Rulsteau Sous Les Ar- 1 f- h ibe anie master and Illustrated '. Hants work on Corot, Daubljsny's lie. -s nf the Net," from the Georno somh collection. 191; "Invocation to , ' I Diaz, from the James la CIrr- l'l'tlon, Philadelphia: Dupre'a W "n Ranks" and Jacques's "In the S".tep It. Works of Contemporary Artists. Cin'ae Com bet is repicsented by his hsK p .i e "Le Rctour du "e 1'l a Anvers." from the iv ff s .-I i ollcctlon Dreyfus ii Talis, engraved by i 'A.LV.: i .. j .niM'miH.t Vo'l .Still Life." "L'Hcrmltte's "Briton Car.ln'a "The Windmill," Boil- e's T'ie Cliffs at Etretat," Harplgnles's Ha- of Naples" and "South of c-a-iit ' Decamp's "Oriental Hoatbulld ' z Kromentin's "Le Slmoun." Paslnl's p 'f the Desert," Michel's "View of a ''.' Zlem'.s "Venice." Jules Breton's " Harvester." Claude Monet's "Kffet " . ce a Glvernv," Mary Caasatt's s s Mnnticelll's "La Cour do Henri "' in .pisode from "La Dame de Moi i i, from the collection of Mnie. Es- of AK, from whoi It wns pro- i l Bonssod, ValadoM & Co., Paris; Is "Zalm Haven. Rotterdam 'Ni'. ' Returning from the Boats." ' 1 In er s A Cottage Interior. Holland Ki ' Hrnther and Sister." Fritz Thau The M 11 Stream" and "Rue des ni at Night" and "Kunchtnjlna i' and other Mountain in the India,'" by the Russian artist ej estcbagln. George Inncps Is led b an Important example en Golden Autumn," Fortuity by "The 'erl Master,'' Peter Graham, the Enft . . . .. i ..... i. .a,,n . I ' oi an ininni lain nuiii! jun- i r Hie Highlands." I 1.1,. . ... nAt,,,t t...rtca hv . Florl's "Salnte. Famllle." from ntll-AUELPlf ia. Oct. ' J 77 ,", )Jtary 'i 'nn nf the Duke of Orleans; Bank French, daughter of the late f.am r.m the Cross." by Correitglo; uel H. French, was marrlrd to Rudolph ' ,i .al .' bv Canaletto and ex-' Htuart Ranch, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Will l v Hie Italian prlmatlves. " te date for this important sale, iidde bv order of the widow of v Grlscom, will be fixer! In ao- w th the progress of the lllua- i logon which Is now In tbe f pieparatlon. Isiiretie Talnr to Appear In Prodncts." I hi, Taylor, who has been playlnK M'' Heart" for a year, will up l i special matinee performance of " li'.iluru" at the Lyceum Theatra ' 1 month It Is a one act play by Medill Patterson. The perform '' 'I be under the auspices of the ' Vr k Stipe. Soeb ly for the benefit of t rs' Fund. It Is announced that t-.u pn' sUt Imfis thirty minuted, ntbtase and offers no carries no saccharine Cell Home In Rrtlrr llralta. w' Osgood Pell, whose husband ifientlv In an automobile ac- ' ' Long Island, arrived yesterday e VVe.,t a... Uk.k n.l.l I. ..a, a! i ...l lllll V.rnu .ii vn.a w . ' 1 1 nn... HI,. Viam liAArt mlteh I f r.nted by the ocean trip. ROBBINS MOSSMAN. Bride .Mnrrlril on Mollirr'n 'Jllth Wrilillnii Annlt erinrj , I . Lite, Mass., Oct. II.-Miss Helen Mkm Mossman, daiiKhter of Mr. and Mrs. I Walter R. Mossman of Rrookllne. Mass . and (Mn In CIdo Robhlns of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, were married nt noon to day at the residence of Mrs. Kdwurd II. Marsh. It was the twenty-sixth anniversary nf the marriage of Mr. and Mr. Mossman, the InaiilaKe taking place In the same room In which the bride's parents were wed, the bride wrnrltiK lier mother's wed dint: gown. The residence bus been In the family for 130 years nnd was ili.nniin,l u.liii autumn follnnc and roses. For tlftvl .years the bride's Kreat-Braiidfnther. the I nev Alexander Hyde, livid hete while pastor of the Lee CoticrcKatlnnnl Cliuicb. Miss Cornelia II Mossman. the brides sister, wns her Httenilant nnd Alexander II. Mossmnti was the bst mini Mrs. Robhlsr. Is a Krnduate of Vassar College, class of 1U. Mr. Robblns was Rrnduated from the I'nlverslty or town and Is now taking a post-Kraduate course In economics In Columbia I'nherslty. They will live lit New Yolk. Pfnelrrr Ailnnis. Montclair, N. J.. Oct. 11. Miss Marian Elizabeth Adams, daughter of Washington Irving Lincoln Adams of Llewillyn road, and Oswald David Pfaelster of Hoston, Mass., were man led this evening In the Fltst Congregational Church, the pis tor, the Rev. Dr. Charles Mills, ofllclatlni?. The bridesmaids weie Miss Ruth Phlnney of Hoston, Miss Ma Will of New York and Mlis Elizabeth French, Ml Elsie Waller and Miss Charlotte Sawyer of Montclalr. Dudley p Itanney of ltotnn, a classmate of the bridegroom, was best man The ushels wc.t Wilson I Adam nnd Brlggs K. Adams, brothers of the bride. Gerald Whitman and 'Reginald Parker of New York, Everett Bradley nd Paul Wellington of Hoston. Phllo Calhoun of Bridgeport, Conn., and Walter Hunt Feinald of Waverly, .Mass., all classmates of the bridegroom. The bride woie i gown of white satin trimmed with old point Vfnlce lace, with tulle veil caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies nf the alley and orange blosoms. Her only or: anient was a diamond pendant, the gift nf the bride groom. The bride was given In marriage by her father. Following the ceremony a leieptlon was held at Irvlngcroft, the Adams home on Llewellyn load, to which only relatives and Intimate friends were Invited. VUHiie Jl orrUnii. The wedding of Ml Marg.uet Morri son, niece of Mr and Mrs. Waldo Aery of Detroit, Mich., to David Marshall Whitney, son of Mr. and Mis. David Charles Whitney of Grosse lVInt Farm, Mich, took place yesterday afternoon In; the Fifth Avenue Presbytel Ian Church,, this city, the Rev Chauncey Goodrich, pastor of the church, ofllclntlng. None , but relatives were pretent and theie wetei no bridal attendants, no best hum and no' ushers. After the ceremony theie was a I wedding breakfast In a private suite at' the Vnndeibilt Hotel. Mr and Mrs. Whit- ney lift afterward on theli wedding Join-J ne, They Intend to visit California and ' later will make their home at Ridgcmont, I Grosse Point Farm, Mich. ' The engagenu nt of Miss Morrison nnd , Mr Whitney was announced seveial inunths hbo In Detiolt. They went abio.nl the Rev livln Gn.ldanl In the presence of for the summer. Miss Moirlsnn in emu-i fev eral hundred guests panltig her uncle and aunt, .Mr. and Mrs. j The bride was a member of the class of A Vet. v. on a tour thiough Gerunny. i l;i3 of Vassal-. .Mrs. Clan lice Hidden of France and Switzerland. Mr. Whitney Bennington. Vt., a slter of Mr. !pencer. Joined the party In Paris and on tin Ir vvas the matron of honor and the brides return to New York by the Iinperatoi, J maids weie Miss Sylvia Conant of Paw whlch arrived on Wednesday last, plans tucket. R. !.. who was Miss Thelberg's were arranged to have the- wedding take roommate last year ;Mlss Katbi rlne Wheel- place here. Mr. and Mrs. David C. W, I Whitney, parents of the bridegroom, pretent for the n lemony. Kreneh iu . Miss Laura Guy. daughter of Just.ce and Mis Cnailes 1. Gu. wa married last night to Ha rr.v N. Flench in St Paul's Chun h. Wtst End awnue and Eighty-sixth street The ceiemonv was performed by the Rev David Duwuc Following the ceremony a reception was held at the borne of Justice and Mth. Guy. 335 Convent avenue, for relatives and close friends. Mls Ruth Guy, a sister of the hrldc, was maid of honor, the other attendants being Miss Jail" Kill), Miks Mary Guy, also a sister of the bride . Miss I Elizabeth Knapp. and MKs Beatrice I Brown The bride wore a gown of whlnJ velvet brocaded chiffon trimmed w ith lac nnd carried lilies of the valley Stewart I Hancock of Syracuse was best man The ! ushers weie William Gordon Murphy, Allan Reynolds Bishop. Harold W Hovt and Edward A. Percy. Mr. and Mrs. French will live at 458 Riverside Drive. Kerr llurr. La wrench, L. 1.. Oct. II Miss uosa- L. 1., Oct. 1 1 --Miss mond Burr, eldest daughter of Mr. and l Mis. Wlnthrop Huir, vvas man led this afternoon to Albert B. Ken, son of the late Congressman Keir of Pennsj lvanla, nt her parents' country home here. The ceremony took place on the lawn. MIbs Frances Burr was her Bister's maid oi bonoi. The bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Walts of New York and Miss Mollle Burr of Hoston, n cousin nf the bride, Walter 11. Kerr was his brother's best man. Tim ...Unr. .. .,iw It L-t.n llliwhnt VV'il. lard D. Straight. Sumner Gerard. Dean '8KC Wlnthrop Buir, Jr., Henry G. Gray, . William Greenougli. Lanier. MeKee, Dr. C W'l,.,Al.,.rlf.V, on. I l.-atel,, VI., Holter. Only telatives and Intimate friends attended. The rtremony was per. formed by the Rev. Henry Sloano Collin of New York. Read Wall. pKovitiBN'cr., Oct. 11. Miss Constance Cole Wall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. , Tlngley Wall, ni)d Frederic B Read, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles i. Read, were married In St. Stephen's Church to-day. The bride's attendants weie Mrs. Harry M. Curry of Pittsburg, Mrs. E. Donaldson i clapp of Auburn, N. Y , the latter the sister of the bride; MlhS Frances Wnants. Miss Mary II Brooks, Miss I Oeraldlne Frost of Newnrk, Miss Mildred North, Miss Beatrice Colt and Miss Ellz nbetll Goddard Blnney of Providence. F. H. McAdoo, son of the Secretary of the Treasury, vvas best man, and nninng the ushers were William Fellowes Mor gan. Jr.. 11. Barton Farr, Henry F. Os borne, .Ir, Herbert P Townsend and Edward B. Whitman of New York, Ranch French. iam rvaucii oi ,-.r i'i . i."".i ... St. Martin Kplscopal t'nurcn, mianor. the Rev. George W. Lamb, tho rector, per forming the ceremony. Tho bride was attendid by Miss Catherine French nn maid of honor and her bridesmaids were Miss Theodora Llllle, Mist Hensel T. ......I. Ml.. t-Hllh s-nrte Ml.u Pllrnh.lh wai.c, .- ;.'.,,,"! Statiora. wss ajrai Dlo ic .n. .."' Laura Wood of Pittsburg. was William llnuch, Jr., brother of the bridegroom. Itlvlngton Pyne. of New York was one of the ushers. Crane -A ndresen. Miss Johanne Marie And risen, duujhter of Mr. and Mrs. Ncnls Andresiin nf Copen- , hagen, Denmark, waa married vestenlay afternoon In the Church of the Heavenly I Reat by the Rev, Herbert Khlpman to Joseph Graham Crane of uayion, unto. Knitllth Ul!derleev. Oti.tiKBUKBVE, Conn. Oct, II. - - Mis Roraheck, pastor of the ( ongregatlonal Kmllv Ollilersleev. daughter nf .Mr, and Church of the Evangel In Brooklyn, to Mis 'Ferdinand Glldei sleeve of this vll- Miss Gcitrude It. Dltmars, daughter of lag", wa mairled at the home of her par-1 Mr. and Mrs, John Dltmars of snO Car ent this afternoon to Robert Rucon Eng- roll Btriet, win announced yesterday, Mr, ii.i. nt i.w.1 I. Ftiillsh. vlce.nresldent llnraheck Is a son of Judge A. T. Rnr.l- ii.,,, nt I hei ,;tna Life insurance i ompany. Th bride wu Attended by her alitor, Mr the sun; Robert P. Fife. Jr and the bildecioom by Robert Kellosg of Hartford. George Townsend and Caleb Ilr igg of New York city wera usheis. Society people from many Connecticut cities weie pirsent. Mr. and Mrs. English will live In Hartford. SPENCER THELBEKG. I. us! Year tauar (irmlunlc Marries Cletelnml .Mnii, Pol'UIIKKKI'HIK, N. V., I 'ct 11 Miss Elizabeth Burr Thelberg, daughter of Dr. Elizabeth Thelberg, rtslilent physician of Vassar College, was married to-night to Richard Scldoti Sneneer of Clevelarul. Ohio, lit St. Paul's Church In thla city by er of New York, another former roommate .Miss HcbctsM Park Lawrence of Galis berg. III. .Miss Beatrice Wellington and Miss Maltha, Willliigtim of Trov and Miss , Namv Campbell Moore of Pougbkeepsle, laughter ol I'K'f .1 I.iviult Moore and1 a Junior at assar. Gmrge Spend i of Vevv Yni k a btother i of the bridegrooin. m ted as beM man and the ushers weie Clannre Holden "I B. n ' nlngton, Vt , George Catlln .mil L nd I Selden of New York . Fritz R. Walker of ! Cleveland and Robert P. Burr and Mor rill McNeil Burr of PouKhke. psie. ROWLEY DUNHAM. Hrldc i Father One of llnrlfnnl'a Heat Known Residents. Hartj'oro, Conn llowb v. son nf Dr Oct 11 -John t"'"'i lUlll .lirs iraniie n. Rowley of Rrookllne, Mass.. was married this afternoon to Miss Sarah Root Dun ham. daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Dunham of this clt. The ceremony was performed In the Dunham mansion on A-v. lum avenue by the Rev Joseph P Twlchell, pastor emeritus of the Asvlum Hill Con gregational Church The bible's father is one of the famous Dunham brothers, one of whom Is prel ,l,.ni nf llu. Tmvelem Insurance Com pany and another the founder or the Hart- J f.,r.l FMetrte l.lplil Conmaliv's model tilant. Her sister. Miss Frances c Dunham, was maid of honor, and Charles Rowley of Boston was best man to his luother. Hlce Child. I.AKBWoon, N. .1., Oct. 11 -Miss Mabel Katnerlne Child of New Yoik was mar ried at her country home here this after noon to Haloid Rice, a customs broker In e, . i... .1... ... t- t- ...I r IIOSIOII, OJ III"' l.. J. r ..iniuii'nn m . ....I.... i , . i. ...... i. TM... i.i.j-t ,VII i-illllip I , usi ii I nun II I lie Ol Hie I lace. Because of tho Illness of her brother, H. J. Child of New York, nnly tho Im mediate relatives were present. After tho ceremony a wedding breakfast was served. After their return frnm the Smith Mr. and Mrs. Rice, will live ti Arlington, Mass. nrrTler Hone. Washington, Oct. 11 The marriage of Miss Margaret Llovd Huge, daughter of William Schofleld Huge, and .lamrs N. S. Brewsler. Jr.. of Elizabeth, N. J., took place this evening III St. Margar. fs ICpIs- I rl,..l. The eo.-lnr II,.. Il. tier, l.UMl .11 III , ... ..- .... . . , .... bel l Scott Smith, performed the ceiemonv. The bride vvas attended bv her sister Barbara and the bridesmaids were. Miss Alice Brewster nnd Miss Margaret llast- . . I.1I....1.. .1. ...,,1 Ml. Mnltle llrici of Doylestown, Pa Charles Brewster was best man. HrrrenK? liana ford. Pi.viNfim.n, N J.. Oct ll. Miss Edith Hannford, daughter of the late Frnncls W. Hanaford, and Hugh Hartley Sweeny, son of Mrs. Margaret Sweeny of Bridge port, Conn, were married at thn Y W, C, A. to-night by the Rev. E. L. Warner Ward, Miss Marie Benedict of Roselle, N, J was the maid of honor. Former city Judge W. M. Runyon was best man. Thn bride was formerly one of the assist ants at the association, ftnlllvaa Clement. Htaukoru, Conn '"t, II. -Miss Loulss Mortimer C'.flinr.uts, daughter of lm lain Augustus Mortimer t.iemeuis. ,., , Alva Gran THO best maill" ""ores .-- - vlll" Sullivan, The attendants were .Mrs. Hnrrv neal and Grorpe i snuivan oi FarmliiKdalc. L. I. Duncan Th. Duncan "Thyss. n u tired china mer chant, died yesterday at Ills home, ST Hummlt nvenue, Jersey City. Ho Is sur vive I by his daughter. Mrs. Emma I'uidy. He waa 98 yearn old. Brooklyn Pastor In Wed. The engagement of the Rev, Albert K. i ncc oi lanaan. at a (ruuwu imiu I Tat In 10I sunday; October 12, Snapshots of Well Known H SOCIETY PEOPLE AT PIPING ROCK MEET ! Tile Threatening: Weather Not Prevent Larfrc Attendance. Does OXK roriMN-HANIt I'AHTV Him 1 limit the Array on the fireen. Terraces and in the Roes. The autumn meeting of the Piping Rock RaiMig AtiMk'ialloti vesterday drew ,i larger attendance than the meeting of last fall. 1 i spite of lowering clouds the met was uin-t successful In point of peo- pie who had come fiom all part" nf Long Uland as well as from the city. The threatened ram held off All the bo.e were tilled and there were Interesting groups on the green facing the course and on the terraces In front of the clubhouse. There was one lone four In hanil to serve as a reminder of the days whetij every one who nan a coacn anu muri drove on It to the races. This was the Red Jacket and It was driven from Hemp- ,ibj,l l.e 1. Itnlirn... f'lnrt tin thtarn-tpli Wl!r, Mrs. Clark, Mis. .1. E. Smith Had- , ... LVunres ltnrlrlen l.enn.llil .la. cob and Henry Savage Page, who had their luncheon served In approved coach ing fashion while waiting for the meet lo begin. Prince and Princess Michael Murat, the latter befoie her marriage being Miss Helena Stallo. came from Elslnore, Har ev L.idcw's country place In Glen Cove, with Mr. and .Mrs. E Berry Wall after lutlch'oii. In the bov with them were Jr Mrs, and Mrs, Louis Townsepd Moiitant, Charles E. Wall. .Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Watson, Mlse May Watson. Miss Hilda IL.Inus and Miss Elisc Ladow. Some nf the La Hebron Parties. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Aldrieh. who' came from Glen Cove, gave a luncheon, at the club for Mrs. H Bramhall Gilbert Mrs. II Bramhall Gilbert Capt. Cyril Dugiuore of anu ner nance, c apt. yni uugiuore oi London. Their other guests included Mr j and Mrs Montalgu La Montagne. who nav I recently returned from their wed- .11.... I.. I.. f .....I .I... Il...l.l Greta Hosteller and Arthur II. Campbell. Mr. ana .Mis. A Mimtcrs MacDonell, who had motored over from Garden City, had as their luncheon guests nt the club Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Elder Adams, Pur ser E. Adams and Frederick C Mae Donell, and lunching with Mr and Mrs. William Curtis Demurest, who have Just returned from the Adlrondarks, were Mr, and Mrs Ernest Thompson Seton ' Another of the luncheons at the club t was given by Mr and Mrs. James G. 2 R Thlerlot Ml i v "'"ICS II lllieriOI, .Vllji Oxnild, whose guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lucilc Thorn ton and Mrs. Frank E. Corbett Mrs. Frederic Nellson and Mrs. Gouver- iiT-m iii ii ism iwiioe wiin air. anu aire. William F Sheelun, with whom they .M.i.i.vi.,, ,.i ....fi,,,, ..i,.. juukii, I aim .Mrs. i.ioeu n, i.ary. accompanied i ii j .'ii. out. . i e, innin iiiAUHi IllULi'l 111 from New York. Countess Orlowska wan with her sister, Mrs. Frederick II. Allen. and Miss Anna Sands waa with Mr, and Mrs. C. Oliver lselin. Several In the gathering had conio f rom tho wedding of Mies Rosamond Burr and Albert II. Kerr In Lawrence. Among these wire Mr, and Mrs. William A. Hazard, Mr. and Mrs. E. S Jnffray Mc Vlckar. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Beadle ston, Mr, and Mrs. Russell II, Hoadley, Jr., John F. Talmage, Reginald K. Waterbury, J. Annslrong Rawlins and Mr, and Mrs. Frank L. Polk. Among others at the meet were Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Halsey, Phillips B. Thompson, Miss Ixiulse Ren vor-Webb, Mrs. J, la-n Tailor. Miss Marie Taller, "Mrs. J, Borden llarrlman, Mr and Mrs. Walter E. .Maytiard. Rrycn Wing. Mr, and Mrs. T. Suffern Taller, Adrlnn lselin, Miss Louisa lselin, Foxhall 1". Keene, Mm Frederick O, Beach, Marcel Gourd, .Ml si Nonl Johnston, Mr. and Mrs, Louis do Mllhui. Mr- nnd Mrs. William E. Coe, Mrs. Raj mond Leshcr, Mr. and Mrs. . Clinton Gllbt-rl, .Mr. and Mr. Ralph Johnson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo T, Max 1 well, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. J, Whlgham, Kllot Cowdln, Mr. and Mra. Alexander D. H, I Pratt, Mr. and Mr. K. Reeve Merrltt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Delano Weekes, Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Cumnock. Mndlson Grant, De Forest Grant, Mr. Reginald de Koven, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farwell, Frederick T. Frellnghuysen, Miss Pumi nh Dresser, Mr. and Mrs. Paulding Fosdlck, Mr, and Mrs. J, Allen Townsend, Mr, and Mrs. Eurtene Hawkins, Mr and Mrs. Kgerton L. Wlnthrop, Jr., Miss Muriel Wlnthrop, Mr. and Mr. James B, Kustls, Aihbtvl H. Barney, Mr. and Mra Paul D. i9is. People at Piping Cravath, Miss Vera Cravath, M.ss Fied- erlcka Staats, Mrs Charles Devello I.athrop, Mr and Mrs Arthur S. Bui den, Mrs. Amor Ilollnigswortli, Mr. and Mrs. lohn 1 1. Crlmnilns. Jr, Dr and Mrs. reston P Sattcrwhite. Mrs, Brewster of Paris. Mis. William Pisslnn, Miss Diss. ton, Mr and Mrs. J. E.irle Stevens, 'Mr. and 1 Mrs. Philip Llvermore, Mr and Mrs Dai sied Vander Poel, Mr. and Mrs.. Charles S Brown. Miss Lucy Brown, Mr and I Mrs Tyler Morse, Mr. and Mrs Stanley G. Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. John Rtither furd, Mrs. lUrbatd Wharton, Mr and , Mrs. Ernest lselin, Mr ami Mrs. A. Butler Duncan. Mr. and Mrs Middleton S. Burrlll. Miss Leonle Burrlll. Mr. and Mrs. Bradlsh G. Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. . N. B. Potter, Guy Lowell. Lawrence At l terbury. Mr and Mis, Charles R. Scott, ! Mrs. Fairfax Landstreet, Mr and Mr. Anson W Burchard. Mr. and Mrs. Ld waid Sliearsnn, W Willoiigbbv .Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jennings .Notable Costumes. Many handsome costumes were worn, but none vvas more up to date than that of Mrs. Alexander D. P. Pratt. It was a modified Polr"! gown of sulphur col- ornl woollen velvet made with a Russian blouse. One her lo.pie of dark brown velvet Mrs Piatt wore a tall plume of elow Mrs Frederic Nellsnn wore a tailored gown of butternut given cloth and a dark brown velvet hat Mrs. Gouvereur Kortr.ght won- tones of gray in cloth and velvet and Mrx. J. Earle Stevens wore a coat costume of old rose woollen velvet and a toipie of black vel vet. .Mrs. Sherwood Aldrieh wore over a tailored gown of dark blue cloth a coat of yellow corduroy, her hat being of dark brown velvet, and Mrs. H. llramhall Gil bert wore pearly gray cloth and velvet with small hat to correspond. Mrs. Elbert II Gary's costume was of white broadcloth, with which was wor'i a collar of blue fox and ,i hat of bl i -k velvet Mrs. Ernest Isellu wore a black and white checked serge and a short black com she aleo wore a collar of foxskln died crimson and a black hat. Mrs. Montalgue La Montagno wore a coat (ostume of bottle green i loth ami a stole of blue fox, her hat being of bla. k vel vet. WELLS AND APPRAISALS. Lkaii Havs. who died Maieh 3n, nil;, left 123. ?s. In which her husband, Simon Ha.v s, has a life Inteiest itn his death the estate goes to the decedent's hrothei. .vnranam .V arilo.o .Mis llav h directed that she be hulled beside her tlist low. band, Levi Fuukenteln, In ltoche!ir Rosr. L. Diinii.i: left a total estate of , $13,649 p addition to real estate In Rates! county. asour . The bulk of lb.. et..i.. goes to her mother. Catherine S. Ileis. '"'J ..lT1v,'.,'".M ""Xl, !'"rk,"!", , , GI'STAVrs Isaacs, who il cil December 0, I31H. left J.071. but Ih.-ie weie debts and admlnlsttatlou expenses of ?7..'.;.-, . ' ' i Notes of the Social World. Mr. and Mrs Edward N. Rreitnmr and Miss Juliet Breltung, who have been In Marijuette. Mich., will retuiii to New York to-day and will be at the St. Reirls i for the winter I Mr. and Mrs. Archibald i gone to their camp In the tt'uu x. na ve ,.iiiout!ari; for several weeks Mrs. Robert I Ganuneft of Providence, , R. 1,, Is nt thu St. Regis. A series of nfteinoon dances on 'Wednesdays and Thursdays will be held In the large ballroom of tho Plara, l.e- I beginning .Nnvember '! Among tho patronesses nre Mis, James Haipir Poor, Mrs. Robert Applelon, Mrs. John Clallln, jr.. Joins ton L v ncstnn. Jr. Mr C Grosvernor Wyeth and Mrs Robert A. Sands. Among the passengers who silled for Europe yesterday on the Iinperatoi' was Mrs. James W, Gerard, wife of the Ameri can Ambassador to Germany, She will join her husband In Berlin. Mr, and Mrs. George F, Draper, who , returned recently from Europe, have gone ' tn Oakdnle. Mass. Mrs. Frederic W Hiildekoper and her son, Frederic L. Hiildekoper, who wint to Europe early In the summer, have re. turned nnd are at the Gotham before go ing to Washington, Dr. Thomas J, lltirwa. Htamforo, Oct. 11. Dr. Thomas J. Illggs. hehlth officer nf thn city of Stain ford since 19ni died yesterday nt Somer set Hospital, Somervllle, N. J of chronic Rright'a disease. He Is survived by his wife and a son, Dr Rlggs, u na tive of Cincinnati, Ohio, was graduated from Ohio Medical College, and he did post-graduate work In Bellovue. He prac tised for a number nf yeais In New York, and afterward was assistant suigenn In th United States urmy. William I.. Dunlin. William L. Dowllng, who built many nf tho costly residences In the i'aik ojluy and Bay, Ridge sections In rjrooliljn. died on Friday at his home, S30 Ridge Boule vaid, In his sixty-third year. Of late vears lie had been In the real estate busi ness. He was a member nf the Crescent Ainieuo I'lun, was a director of th Oi eater New Yoik Savings Hank and was Interested In the Hond and Mortgagu Guarantee Company. Ills wife, a sou and three daughter aurvlv him. Rock JOHN B. IRELAND, OF NOTED FAMILY, DIES.E ' vears His Ancestor Took Prominent Part in Kiirly History of New York. STRITKKN AT ACK OP ill (Ildesl (inidiiate of New York I'liiversity rimeral on Tuesday. John Rusterd Ireland, a il. sr. ndant nf one of the faiiillns prominent in th" colonial hlstorv of New York and the early Inundation nf.the Stat", died ester, (lav mottling at bis home. 101 East Seventy-third stre. t He was 31 yars old A week ago he whs stricken with patalvals, from whnh l.e nevt r recovered Mr. Ireland was bom In Steulun county, N Y. on September ;. 12? Ills fathel. 'John I. Iieland. who niauied a grand daughter nf Gen William Floyd, n famous New York Revolutionary patriot, traced 'his descuit to Sir John de Ireland, one . of tin- fi.llowiis of William the Conqueior ; at the bittle of Hastings Gen. Floyd was a m-'mbir of the Continental Con gress from 1771 to 170 and a signer of i the Declaration of Indf pendence. Mayor ' Jonnthon Lawn nf, who was a member I of the tlrst New York State Senate, was I also his nnctstor In 1M1 John B. Iieland was graduated from New York I'nnersitv I'ntil his , death II" was tint oldest living graduate i of that college Later he studied law and was admitted to the bar in I Mo, but was never active in that profts.sion. His business Inteiests were rnnllned to the care of the rial estate which ho and his wile inheiitiil In b'.l he began a six sear tour of Europe and the Levant and wrote a Journal of bis tilp entitled "Wall Street to Cashmere," which was published In UCO Me t.,i.t i... married In IvC.I in v, lo .della Duine Pell, whose : ancestors we.e Rob. it Llvlngton. Col, I ,. , ... , ., , nl"'rl " "'"'I'lcuous llgure In ' Revolution, ami Judge James Du.me, lone of the tiist Mavors of New York nnd the tlrst Judge of the I'nlted States Dis- ! trlrt Coiiit In New York The Robert Livingston I Vll estate at Esopns was In herited bv Mrs Ireland from lur father Among the historical and artistic treas liris Mr Ireland possessed was a por- i r Lafavctte and another of Alex ander Himiltnii, given to Miss Dual!" by Cnl Tioup, who was Hamilton's college mate. .Mr. Ireland also owned two hind hiime ri sldcnci s on leuig Island, one, Rosedale, at liookliaveii, and another at West I el If, besides his town house. I In was a member of the t'nioii Club, th" Sons of the Revolution, Si Nicholas 1 Socb t.v and tin chinch Club uf New York I He is survived bv Mis, John 11, Ireland, his wife. .1 Decourcy Ireland, Janus iDuane Ireland, and his daughters, Helen ' M. Campbell and Mrs. Montgomery 11 j Slcard. and Robert Livingston Ireland of i I M. A. Ilaniia Co. of Cleveland, Miss ' Elizabeth Ireland, his daughter, and Rols-rt Livingston Ireland, Jr. The funeral services will be held at tho Church of the Heavenly Rest on Tues day, nt 10 o'clock, EX-JUDGE ALONZO WHEELER. SnceiiinhN In straw In Pnriilj li Ills 70th In llHver Vrsr, Ntack, N. Y Oct. 11 Alonzo Wheeler, former County Judge of Rockland county, died of paralysis at Ills homo In Haver straw to. day In his seventieth vour. He studied law with the Into Judge Hooper C. Van Vol st In Now York city and was admitted to the bar III DiGS In 1TS Mr. Wheeler vviih nominated as an Independent for District Attorney He received the Indorsement of the Heptib lloaus and wus elected by a majority of 075. At the expiration of his term h ran ngaln as a strictly Independent can didate nnd was elected by a majority of lin over his Democratic opponent and l.r.no over tho Republican candidate, It, IfiQS he ti'iiu elei'teil iitrnln in Ik same ulllce as the Republican candidate I and served until December, 153s, when he 1 resigned to accipt the County Judgeship, , In wh rh he was appointed by Gov Black, Judge Wheeler Is survived b) Ills wife, formerly Miss Mary S Wilis, and lime daughters, Jennie Sulfcin, Jesslu Loulss and Hthel May Wheeler. WILSONS TO RETURN TO WASHINGTON SOON White House Heinp; Put In Hcntlincss to Receive Pres irtent's Family. FIVK ADDITIONAL H00MS Semitor Colt nnd Postnwister (leiiernl Burleson Lease New Residences. WAsiiiNnTox, Oct. II The family of the President will return lo the Whlta House from Cornish, N II., between tho Ifith and 2f.th of this month. The minslon will then be In order for the winter, with an additional five rooms for guests on what will now be known as the "third floor" It has been heretofore the attic. The live new rooms will be a sourco of kiimi comiori in ine ramny, as tne small number of bedrooms has often caused embarrassment on occasions when the first lady of the bind has desired to havo a house party There Is no chnng on the first door of the mansion except in the dicoiatlons nf th corridor, which were fornlerlv an In dellnlti! yellow, and In the fresh 'nnintlni- I "f the Interior. This has been done In a ituu burr," walls, pillars and all, giving the appearance of ,i little more warmth to the entrance hall. General ami tr. Middle Return. Gen and Mm, William P Blddie have returned after a week in New York to th General's quarters at the marine bar racks, whre he Is commandant. Mr nnd Mrs. Francis Huger McAdoo, son and daughter-in-law of the Sfotetary of the Treasury, will come to Washington tmyf tt'eab fn. .1.. nt t .... I -.v iui inn nimi'i, iney will nave an apartment at the Dresden, They are i sndlng the week end In Pmvldenre, R I. i Dr. Hnrvev W. Wiley has purchased a nomo at -3ij Ashmeade place, Washing ton. Senator nnd Mrs. Le IlHron Colt have, leasul the tesldetico at 17I: Massachu setts avenue and will tak possession the 1st of November This house was occu pied last season bv Senator and Mrs. George p McLean of Connecticut I'ostitiastrr-Gs-nrra!' Srvr Hons. The Postmasti r-Genernl and Mrs. Burleson, who have had a hnuse nn n Mtiet opposite tli Metropolitan Club irjring mis tall season, have leased thn 111 I'.'Ol F street, which bus !,.... therlands Legation for sun nil The Secretary of War and Mr Gar ! rlsnn have oi. ne.l their tn w home at H.tO Connecticut avenue. I Mrs Thomas F Walsh has returned , from Bar Harbor nnd taken possession rtsmcnee or tne late A M Lnthiop. which she has leased for the vvintet leaving the old Walsh borne fnr the ex clusive use of her hon-ln-law and daugh ter, Mr nnd Mrs. Edward B McLean John R. McLean has opened bis (nun try place, Frbndshlp. above Genrgi tnwn "" "minim season ami is preparing to entertain there cnnsifieraiuy. In .Vcvt lork Tn.ilay, Anglican and Eastern Orthodox Chtirchev I nlnn. meeting, Church of the Tians Mguriitlon. j East Twcntv-nlnth street, t West Side Y. M c. A . address b E. Stag Whltm on "Election Frauds, ' .11 s West l'.ft -seventh tret, ;,.):, Woman Surtiaac leceptlon. Mavlne Klliott Theatre. Thirt.v -ninth stieei. n-ar Bmadwav, I P M Oeneial Convention nf the Protest i t Epls. op.il C'niiih. Cathedt il of St John the Divine MARRIED. l!ltKV.sTi:it- ROUK - Margaret fvrt. naugnier er .Mr ami .Vr VVIIiam ii. uns-e. n .Mr ,i .v s llreu.ter ,lr SHiur.lai Ortnbir tl m , Thomas t-liur.li. Washington. I), r ft. cram:- .v .vim i:.i;n M,s Jnhann. Mrl. Andreseii. ibiliKlllnr nf .r, nni j.t r Nesls Andresrn nf Copenhagen, Urn niHrk, to Mr. Jn.cph lirshnm dans nf I'avion. Ohio. In the t'hiirrh nf ihs Rravenlv Itest l.v the tin Herbert Shlpmnn. on MtiurdHV. thi um day uf October, nt .V nViock. DIED. niNCH.V.M. nn (l. tnber II. nilsbeth t. , wife nf K. Kejs.r Hlngham. Funeral, rhnpel Stephen .Merrltt nurlal and freniatlon rompnnv, eighth avenue and Nineteenth Mreet, Ttieila i: nn P. it. COI.SON On October 5. rhni les. ssf,) J. Funeral, i lis pel Stephen Merrltt Hurtal slid rreinatlon Company, eighth nvenue mid Nineteenth tre. t, Sunday, 1 n i lock. COOMIKSK October 1". 1513. Hlanche I'onlhlB-, aged ii years. Servbrs nt Stephen Mtrrltt's llarlm Chapel, 301 West i:th "treet, Sunday, P. M. RAINl'.S. MnlilfliH. of pneumonia. Sixth In. Tenth Month, tenth, at the retd ilence "f Ills in, Kranklln llalliee. 330 Wist lL'il stleet, Samuel Mow ne Hulnes, In Hie eightieth jenr of his nge, l-'uneral services al friends' Vteetlng House, Fifteenth street. Ittitherfurd pi. ire, First l'.i (Sundavi. the Uth Inei . nt " o'cloi k Interment prlvat. Kindly .unit nnwem. I'hll.idelphla pspers please copy. HI'l'i'll nn nctoter Id. 1013, at Alstrad Centre. N. II., llenrv Porster Hlteh, In the T'Jlh ei of his use. Funeral on Tuesdnv netober II, at tl o'clock, nt :o Hawthorn street, New Bedford, Muss. lllKLAND nn S.itiir.lm. iiitober It. at S AM, Hi bis resbleiire, 104 Vi t Seventv-ililrrt street, John 11. Ireland, beloved husband of A .1.-11 n Iniane Ire. land. In the slst venr of his age. I'lllienil service will be held St the Church of th" Heavenly Itrst, Tueedy, October 14, at 1 A M, l.nsl.lK lMward, iisnl Irt Seivices "THR KPNKRAI.ClltMtcll," .'II Wen Twenty, third etieet (Campbell Hull, ling), Tues day, II o'clock, t'n.ter nusplces Arton' Fund, l.ijl'P'lN --At Hrarsdale, nn Saturday, Oc tober 11. WIS. Surah J widow of Robert .1. Loudon, In her 9th year. Funeral services al the reelrtencs of hsr daughter, Mrs. II. V, Williams, Tucka ben road. Sraredsle, N Y Monday morning at 10K6. Conveyances will meet arrival nf train leaving Grand Central Terminal at 9:S6 A. M. Intsr inent private. VON POST. On Friday, October 10, 1M, llerniun Caspar von t'net, at his rest- dence, 35 West Fllty-ssvenlU alreat. In the stli year of bis age. Funeral services Monday, October 13, at :i30, In the Church nf the Holy Com munlnn. Twentieth street unit Hlsth avenue, rSDKItTAKI'.lf. r?ankF. Campbell M1W ZSt3T MJK PR1V AMBULANCES flft AWtUW e lrM0N CHltSIA ISM ( IIIIVI AtOltlt".. iwn i ii.FVT fcclenllAc and ssnliary msihed, iVNllTdS'sTAlKS 'lltUATlON COUNV.