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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913.
MISS PARIS BRIDE OF CHARLES W. P. SMITH l i iTOtnoiij m I'aronls' Hump in K.smmiii Piii'k, I'liislihiU'. m II I, I! I'AM, WKDDl.MSg , lim li's .M. .'air WpiIs Miss. (in1 iruih' Hr.van. flip For um Actress. l pp lltn-11 Paris, ilauuht.r if Mr ., .1 M r John Walton Paris, was married iiir il.iv afternoon to dialler. Warien I.. tl...lll( .if XI Klll.l. ..., .. u I 1 ! MWI I ' HiiHIIIIIllHH , IIIU IIOIIII' i . r pannls In Kulrvlcw. Klwi'iin. Par)., V ,-nlnK. Cjuccni". Tho ceremony wuc irrornii'l ty the. Itev. Itohert iMvIa of i;t.iilc('oil, N, .t , an Intimate friend of the I'll' In family. I'nr hrlde wis attended by Mrs. .lame" ,-.mliury of Mnnliiittnn. hj matron of 'i 1'ior, lo' MIhs Maurltio Ourtlt. iih maid of ii and liy Miss Shirley Palmer anil M .s Mnrjnrlo fiarlfttul of Cleveland, Mlns nirbtltn W.ilnwrlKht of Philadelphia and ,ltss Plnrcnic Itlchatds. of Manhattan, es hrlilesmnlils. Mies Katharine Mae ' nn;..ll and Mlsn Natallo Hcnekcn of J'lujhlni; wern tlower Klrlit. Ocorgf mllli. u hrothcr of tho tirldcirroom, was t 't man. Tho uslivrn worn Ilorman ,.d of PoURhkerpBle, Uenrito Tltlon of .ttlcton. N. II. : Krnnlr Ollchrtst of Call fnrnla ami Harold Itlandy ami Charles V'arreli of Manhattan. Tln hrlde worn a gown of while tin ) turned with roso joint laco Mtnl carried I. bouquet of xvhlto orchlda and lilies of llic vnllry. Tho bridesmaid? wore gowns ij jilnk taffeta and Mack hats, and lurried shepherdess crooks with bouquets i.' chrysanthemums attached. A rerep- in followed the ceremony. A special train took tho wcddlnK party to Man luttMii. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will II vo In Kkmim Park after their wedding Jntn i n The bride la well known socially I'lUslilnR. She was irraduated two xr.irs aRO from Miss Hcnnett's School i MllbrnoU, .V. V Mr. Smith Is a ,m of ilenrno ("arson Smith of Man- li.ittan. He Is a June graduate of Hart mouth and was prominent In nthletlc (d'airs there. The bride has been de- ved tn outdoor sports. (STOCK BROKER WEDS ACTRESS. Ml lirrtrndr Hran Ilroomri Hrldr if Chnrlcs M. I'nlr. run Hank. N. .1- 'ct. 21 -Mlsx ifttrude Hi.vnti, who j stmred In "Lit . Hoy Him ' two years asu. and Charles l Pair, a son of Robert M. Pair of Chi- ap, a retired me.mber of Marshall Field A Co.. and hlmielf a member of the New Stock Hxchangr, were married this 'tii noon at the home of Miss Bryan's notlirr. Mrs. Nellie Rryati, widow of i rank P.ryan, the playwright, on Plckney 'onil, Ited Hank. The ceremony was pel formed b the liev II. Moor" Ulake. pastor of tho ' thodlst church at Freehold. About ri gurstK from New York, Chlcaso, ' veland and Detroit were present. Mi- Prank II. HrlKht of New York, n "ivn of the lirlderrronni. was matron ' MUM' (iilbert C. tlteetivvay, Jr., of x. Yolk aliened Mr. Pair. i le bride's frown of white chiffon was . mini with duchess lace. She wore n ' veil caught up with oianc- blcissoms ' l carried a shower bouquet of white He- and mnld.nhnlr fern. The matron f honor wore n pale lavender conn; r mmvd with old Irish point lace. Mr Pair is njsoclat.sJ with the i ikeraKt.- film of Post A: Klaca at Its' all street, He wan Kraduated from v.ile in IS!)? and Ik a member of the Yale, 'IpiiK llok and Chicago clubs. Ills vw York home ! at ! West Sixty- nth ftritt M ss Hryan won immediate leeoenltlnn a muiical comedy star In "Little Hoy it' ' She left the stace a year alto ien he bei ame enpaKed to Mr. Kulr. M. and Mrs. Pair will take n three i i ihs InnicyinCMin trip In th West i id 1 1? II n lr ham be rt. The neddlm; of Mil's Mnrsarel Cham-b-s, ikiiiKhter of .Mr and Mrs. Frank !. ' 'liaiiihi i s of Hrnnxvllle and Charles Woodruff llalscy tool, place last nlKht In i -e Itefonneil Church at Hronxvllle. The e-r ion was performed by the Hov, lr. 'aim ''.tier lllbben, president of Prince. 'i Fnlverslty, and the Itev. Ur. James 1 Itobertson The maid of honor was Miss Katherlnc "irnn Halsey. sister of the brideirrooni Vlie In lilesmalils were MI"S Helen C 'invdnn of Duluth, Minn., Miss Julia F ' ! lebeirer of West Point. N Y , .Miss Jizalath Heroy of Stamford, Conn., anl Miss Cirtrude Orr of Denver The bride fi'e while satin trimmed witli rose aim The maid of honor wore blue . "ii touched with yellow and the brides, -ilil? were itnwned In cllnw satin incited with blue. All tho attendants riieil bouquet of .ellow chrsanthe. urns The bet man was Franklin Oliei of Phllndelphla, nnd the ushers "re Fiaticls K. DuHnls of Plalnlleld, V J and Howard Oroshy Foster, Nlcho. li P Lensoeii und Er P. Prentice of rv Yorl;. The ceremony was followed ' i small reception at "Crow's Nest, ' ' home of the bride's parents. I 'Hie bride was uraduated fTOm Vassar ' lilt and all of her attendants were liege mates. Mr Halsey and hi i.ihers are nil of the class of '9S at melon He Is Vice-president of IIoksis Pcet Company and is a member the Pnlverslty and Princeton clubs. '' After a weddlnit trip In the south of " ance. M" and Mr-. Halsi'y will live In " .". onxvllle. WHITE SULPHUR GOLF TOURNEY. Handicap ( onle.l BeKln T-dny Arrltnls. Wihtk SlH.ritl'R Sphinos. W. Va , Oct. ' -Italph .M. Johnson Is anajigliig an station handicap Rolf tournament for inorrim- and Monday, when half a nun ed plaers here will compete. Two private curs airlved here to-day. ne of the parties Included Heruy Thayer, l M Schaefer, L. S, Humterford, Cur M, Hunting. J. T Itunsoin and Will. . i Fshnestnek. T i thronir In the spihiR room at tlm tables Included Mrs. CJouverncur 'right, Mrs, Joseph Pulitzer, Mr. and Henry W. Katou, Mrs. Joseph 11, if Mi; Mrs. Albert Puncoust, Miss a Sands, Mrs. Horace lllnney Hure, Wllllum Dlsslon, Mrs. Benjumln N. ihe. MUs Mary Duke, A. M. Post I'i'hell. Miss Katherine Newbold, Mr. I Mr. Sidney Hlnckwell and Mrs. "lence Ca ty. Nrrlval.i at the Greenbrier to-da.v In- ded .Mrs, 11, N. Duke, Miss Muiy Dulce, I Annler B. Duke, Mrs. Ueirce F, ""gory, Mlrs M, O. I)t?er, Mrs. Vleti.r ' '"sen a-.'l .Mr. nnd M's Theodore K. II of New York; Mr. und Mr. .1. I. or nr Jtlrmlnglium nrd F. H llojj ' 'Veceinnd IN omen Help Curry ttcliool Project. PKCATt-n, HI., Oct. Vote cast by women on the $100,000 bond lunu? ' new school buildings were largely In. rjmentHl In cnirylnis the piujert. Tli of tncreatied taxation caused many mail voters to oppose tho plan. It was 1,1 first time the women of Decatur had ' rlsed the rlfbt of suffrage. . S BIGELOW-FOLSOM ENGAGEMENT. o Dale Scl for U'eddliiK nt llnsloli .Inn nnd I.entis Womnii. I.E.vox, net. 24 Mi. and Mrs. (icsirce AVInthrop Folsnm of Lenox announced to-da the ensatfement of their youn:er auKliter. Miss Frances Constance Folom. und Clevelund Klccluw of Hoston. Mls Kolsom Is prominent In Lenox society and is a member of the Lenox Oolf and Tennis Club and the Lake Mali keenac Hoatlnv I'lub. She i. a sister of Mrs. F.dward II. Delafleld of Norolon. Conn.: Mis. Franco Mlllon Fltn (llbhon of Tuxedo; Mr-. CUrk U. Voorhecs of Lrne. t'onn . Mm c Sidney llaltiit of Fort lliley, Kan. . Mrs. Churchill Satterlee and Miss I'theldtcd F. FoUom of Lenox. Mr. Hlgelow Is a son of Mr and Mr Josephs HIkcIow. 1 e wa cradliateil f ruin Harvard I'nii erp . nj. and I- a metnlwi of the Somerset Tennis and llacquet, i:.wl' Ml Yachi ai I H.il.iid ilulu of Hoston. No date has li,en set for the wisldln-. The house I'iminltlee of the I.ei.ox Club, tleorire Inthrop Polsoin. Fiederk'K S. Delalleld and fjirrire II. Tin mire, save a dinner to-nlKht followed bj a dunce Atnonu the Ktiest were Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllum It ()!nid Field, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holllter Pcaje. Mr. nnd Mrs. Newliold Morris, Mi and Mrs. Wdl.ml P. Smith. Miss Tanner. Mrs Unbett Woodwoith, Mr. and Mrs. J Woodward Havtn. Mr and Mrs. Charles Astor Hilsted. Miss Nancy CihIk Wharton. Miss Adele Kneel.md, Mr. and .Mrs. Koss W Whistler and their cuest. Mrs. Albeit ltevillon ; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frothlni: ham and their suests. Mr. and Mrs. David Hryant Turner and William II. Dixon. Mr and Mrs. Harris Pahnejtock, with Mts The New The maid of honor and the bridesmaids TVtaid of jHonor -a r . "A 1 . m. I -i v i r. .t. ninrine v-rj.T l i.sxw aa La Belle ('.race PldrnlKC . Mis M Dwlfiht Collie-. 1 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Dana, with then . Kiiejl. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish Hep. Jurnlll : Mr and Mrs. Fredeiiek S. Delu-j Held. Mr. and Mis. Cieorcc K. Turnurel and Miss Mary M Turnure, Mr and Mrs Glraud Foster. Mrs. Joseph l.owillif. Miss M. CHilise Xlevandte. li Kite UM) and Miss llelol.e .Meje- $825 FOR UNKNOWN MADONNA. IIcIIkIiiu I'ltlntliiu: nt Anderson's llrlnic 'iooil Prices. The pictures in the Fiancis M H.unn collection were sold at the Anderson nai leries last night and. copsldcrlni; the fact that inanv of the old lialiililiBs and fres coes were by unidentified artist", pmd prices were realized. The lilclie-t prie of tne evi iilnc was ?".".. paid lo J Locke tin a Madonna liolil.uc i I'lititW and atliiidevl b anvils with musical In. stiuments It is Italian, but the .hum is unknown Mr. Locke paid f 1 -r. fm a Kllded pane) of Chuit and the Apostles An early Italian altar plite In thten panels, showing the Madonna enthroned and surrounded by saints, went to Mr Lane for $IUC The same buyer paid J3ui) for un early Italian altar trlpt.Mii of a Madonna and Child, and $;7!i for anoilnr altar triptych. J. II. Yanderllp paid S 3 r. fm a Ma. drum. i mil Child by an unknown nit!r, and Miss C. Tinker bnilKht n Pitta, In four panels, for $J2j. The "Adoration of the M.tBl," by Tlepolo. went to Z. M. Hill- el The total for the evertlnc s sale wa .",i'.st, inakinic Jlo.n'l for the Hacon col. lection to date The sale concludes thU afternoon. Gown Appears at a Wedding of Miss Helen Paris, who was married to Charles VP P. Smith )CMcrdas, wore dresses of the latest lampshade design with stiffened tunic. I-"rance. CLUBWOMEN TO SEEK OFFICE, Decide lo Work for Ppoliitinellt on Slrhnol flonrd. The City IVdeiation of Women s Clubs met etcrday at the Astor and decided to woik for the apiiointment of club women, to the school hoard. The reso lution wa Intiodueed by Miss Kathrrlne D. Wake, who sUKEested Mrs. Cornelius Zabrlskle. Mrs. Clarence Hums. Mrs. Slomn Itaruch nnd Miss Florence Guern sey. A resolution was also adopted that the expense of the president at the State lomentlon be paid so that women of inodernte mean may take the oftlre, but a resolution to Increase the 151) divided amonc the three other deleates to their full expensrs wa defeated. In Xrvr Vurk To-iluf. Pieitr.i.il i:positlon and mono show. Nov (.rand Central Palace llusincss Show. Sixty-tHtitli P.eRinient Armor National Kmam ip.it.on P.vpositlon Twelfth P.ritlmeiit Aimoc. r'olumbiw aenue and Slxty-srond sliest Protestant Kpiscopal Convention. Cathe dral of St. John the Divine. Southern Society reception to Southern Hishops attendliic Protestant Kpisi-op.il Chun h Convention. Waldorf -Astoria, eve mi.K fit. Colbpe Chili, inert inc. '13 West Fifty-sixth street, s-30 P. M. Alliance Francalse. meeting. Carnesle Hall, 8-30 P. M. Meetliie of manufacturevs and real estHte men Interested in fnctor build 'iKs, auilitnnuui of W.ishiuKton Irvine II. nh School. Seventeenth street and Iry. lift place. 'J P. M ' . t Brarararararararl B' ' 'j j DINNER TO PRINCE ALBERT. llooiieo's Holer llnterlnlned nt the I iilon l.eiimie I'lnb. Prince Albert of Monaco was the guest of Pr. slilciit Samuel W. Falrchlld at an Informal dinner and reception lit the I'mon League Club last night After Mr. Fairchlld had welcomed his guest mid the Prlitie bad responded there wele brief remarks by Dr John A Weyth. J Sc.iAer Page and C.hauncey M Depew. PLAY BY ROLAND B. MOLTNEUX. Ilrlnsco lo rrmlai'F "Tlir Inn In- side" In Clevelniul. David llclascc, and the company that will piesetit '"ni" Man Inside.' which was wrltti n f"i Mr lielasio b liolaud 1! Moliiieiix. will leave Has morning for Cl-s.land win re the p'. described as "a drama of ctlrm. will have its initial performance on October Ut. After a brief road tour .t will be brought to New York III the toinpam are Cli.ii lis Daltoi . John Cop.. A. L. Anson. A Hvion Itcatlo. John Millern. Milton Sill". I-M-ward II P.obliis, Hrrol Dunbar. Joseph Hyron-Totten. Lawrenie Woods, Jerome Kennrdv. .1. T. Challlc. Herbert Jones. .. C Howard. Karl Hitler. Charles Ulvernev. Joseph Harker. J A. Hsposito, Helen Freeman and Clare Wthlen. olr f the Soc1nl World. Miss Hloif Talcott. daughter Ii' a foimet ntari lase of M-s. Hdward W. Har .. ...n i... fieried to.dav to Horace D. Newso'i at the Innne of 'her mother in lte, V The wedding of Miss Amelia Chapman Thotp. daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph (.iilbert Thorp, to Itlchaid W Kuowlcs will take plare to-dav m C.iinbt nlgc. Mass. Miss Htli'l Ibe-ton (P'-unel!. daughter of the late William F. c.rlnnell, for many e.lrs I'nlted States Consul in Hremen, Hradford and Manchester, will mar ried to-. lav In London to Harold Mana coida. Italian t'onsul at Cairo. Mrs. J Itussell Solcy I' visiting Mis aiiderblli at The llreukerh in New pott Chailes C. Sampson will give n dinner fol Mis Stuyvesiint Fsi. followed b riuslc, to-morrow a' his villa in Tuxedo l'r.ini " lingers and llnino lliitiu w II be i e a t'sts trs Charles I! Alexandei will gw a .1 imer il.ii, 'e to-niglit a: Tuxedo fir hrr d.mgluer Miss Mar Cro-ket Alexander I n.'.iieiiis have been rceied here for t ie wedding on Noi ember 1 or Miss Jo s lihlnc liiltrspie K'skine. dalightei or Mi ,' id Mrs. Chailes W Cisliine, lo ClurliM M Nisbltt at Tower Hill, the in dr. pl.t'e of her parents n Morris town N .1 M s Cha le" Teinpleton Cro. Uer 1 as eturnul to the St. Itegls Mrs Stuvves.ipt Fish gae a Urr, ilin ii r last 'dg',1 at In r cntmtr place, t.len I'iTe at c.artison-on-iludsoii Mrs William llrock Slioimakei at he I" iza lor the wmler Mr mil Ml Waller How .ie b.ue if tin lied fiom their cnuiili place Hunter's Lodge, u Norfolk Conn., and are at tl.e lintli.un liefote sailing fit llil'opi mi Nov ember II Mr and Mis. IMw n W Itubei ison and lac Misses Itobeitson lne letuined fiom iheir summer place In Keunebiinkport, Me, and ate at Hie '.vid"t bill before going t" Colirinliu, S. C Cait and Mrs Joseph II. Ilieenliut g.lvc a dinner lust night in celehi.ition or their fm ty. seventh wedding aimivers.u. at their house, Kla iVntr.it P.itl; West After the dinner tin re was a leccptlou. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. I.' laiiorit Hachi:. who died I'eniua I las', and was the mother of Jules S llache. left tlCS, T.-,!i. She gave fl!,iuii lo lieliietv institutions nnd divided her estate mining members of her family as follows Jules S, Hachc, son, lt,2u7: Leoiold S. Hache, son, Hlanche II. Neuklich, daiigli-let-, llenrletle II. Kayser, daughter, l-onnra H. Ilosslmch, daughter, and Miriam I'nUUcr, daughter, !i,ii."iO each. She had $'.M,0S2 In securltits and Jewelry woith tl,01l). She gave JL'.SOO to Frames t'.irioil, a maid F,vn' Wi:inmann gave onlj ii cents to I n stoi'd.uiKliter. Lena Welnm.inn. "In cause slie has acted against m will and dlsobeid my Insti uctlons," .Iknnii: TAVI.oit gave J20,0"J to hei litolhei, sister, nephew and nieces. Plllt in Hor.i.itriKii, who died Apill . 1 !irt, left 111,443 to her diiUKhtei and giandclillil ien .MtcitMl II Wa'sii Ullilllli'il i1 HlOOn t I n Delolier ii IiihI, left .1 eslale In ex i ess or tfin.iniil, which Is divided ainoiig his wife, Mary A, Walsh, and his dill di en, Juhu 11. und Helena Walsh. I MRS. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. Wife of t'.x- lee-President I a lie- tlm of I'nrnmoiils. f.vniANAfol.ts, et. JL Mrs. Chatles W. I'n Ii I'.i iiKh, wife of tho ex-Vlce-Prest-dent, illiil at her homo hern to-day of pneumonia, Five children iiuil her hus band survive her and all were at her bed side except Frederick, who Is on Ills wav here fiom California. Mrs. f .lltln n M. Fairbanks was twice liresldi'til-coneral of iho luuirhtcrs of the Aineilcan l(eollitlon nnd was one of tin leaders In that orKiinlr.atlon for many vears. flnlslde of this work she ilu otei nil of her time to her home. Winn Mr. Fulrbanks waa In WaHhlinttou as Senator mid Vice-President sho was. known as one of the most clwmnliiR lies ti'ssi'. of tho capital and did much enter t.ilniim. She as tho daughter of Philander ; C. Cole of tlhlo nnd her children are Mrs. John W, TlnunniiH, wife of a Lieutenant I In the navy; Warren ('.. l-'redetlck, Itlch-I aril and Unhurt, She had been 111 for several weeks. Three days hko her bus hand cancelled his speaking eriKaxe inenlM becnurc of the seriousness of he" condition. The sessions of the P. A. It, at which Mis. Fairbanks was elected were nmonc the slorinlist that body has ever known She was both times the i ompronilse. ran- mime Him nrnumit peace to the warrlnu ranks. "(Jollne hud been n lesidint of lleiiiaiil - .Innies Put on in lilmbnll James Pidnnin Kliuball. c-olnelsi fo, rly a proreor of , hem,"m rind eiononile KeoloK.v In I lie New York Asri- iiltiir.il Colli kc. died on Tbursdav in CodV. W O . tit llw. iiini ,r ?? .....-.. II. on or " i Salem, Mass.. and riveived in- t-iiicanoii at tin- Lawrence Sclerillfle Sihool, Harvard Pnlvcrslty, and the uni versities of licrllri and flottliiKeti. He was n u'lernn of the civil war .Maurice Dillon. Maurice IHIIou. a prominent law or or U.jitchester- mimty. died suddenly of heart disease last eveniriK on his way to his home .it :,J south View avenue. Port hosier lie was born In Norfolk, Conn, slty-sl enrs ncn. He was active In ' ' P'oiession up 10 the time of his ilenth. Mr mini was n Imehe or He whs r member of the Lotos Club of New Three brothers: survive him. York. Sol I.I t C. "tn. ..... ii.t -Jt -Sol l.itt. ii vo.ns old, long prominent In Chicago theatilcal i ii airs 1 or liearr disease in Ills home here to-dav lie had been contln.sl to his lioine for ni'vcral vwok, tie lived In Chicago for Hie last eighti en year., being engaged In ihe theatrical business up to last July, when he retired as manager of MeVlcker's Theatre, as Its ownership was changed. FREAK GOWNS AT HOT SPRINGS. lllrnrre I'.rTocls In Ceacock Ulo nme llellolder. II Pi.is-i.s .,, ivt. "t Thouch the ill-pl.i) of fasliionabl lothcs w oi ii lr. silent women a l.irge factor .ii the I'tlds, ,moii atmospher Springs, mver before has llieie eat h li.ir at Hot been suih a sliovv of the bizarie in eostum. s Hve i nig gowns furnish the largest opportu nity foi ei vi ntrleltles. In tb. parade in peacock Alliy last night was one em blazoned with the ci est of its owner In gold inl.rold.iy in the middle of the lines' and again on each hip. Nunibeis of th" new lamp shade govvn av worn by the oung girls who in s-nt-iiiv themsdv. s are obliged to nianliulate tin wired tunica of lace and chltron with as great b xtirity as was required of the w. arers of the old time hoop skirts. Mis. Arthur liihb and the Misses Dorothy and lluth C.ibb of N. w Vork Were hostesses to-llil) lit a luiichrou at the Daniel Honno Lor; Cabin Mr. and Mrs. Saimnl T Shaw and James Slnw anivi.l tc-dav from New York I it her arrivals wete Mi and Mis i leorge . Clai Ke. Jr. H.urv C.irtoll, Harold . Caihart ami II. M i. D. Id of Nvv Voil; Mr anil Mrs Prank 11. Hunt n. d M'. Samuel Carr. Hoston. UNIVERSALIS HONOR CHAPIN. ( rlel.rnle Poulidlou of Home by tireat fix II tl'ir Preneher. I'tiiveisallsts yesterday eelilnatrd tne r.ntleih anniversary of the founding of the fhapln Home at Jamaica, named In bono of the l!ev. In IMwin II. Chipiii. one if tae famous proa, hers of N vv Voik dining iv ll was times. O i November !i the Church of the Divine Paternit.v. Central Park West and Seventy-sixth str.et. of whnli the liiv. Dr. C'lapln was pastor, will ob-ervo its yevi nty-Hfth anniversary. Tlie present pastor, the Hov Dr Frank Oliver Hall, will give the sermot, on the morning of the cclcoratlon at 11. Ills subject will be "The Story of a ChuMi Told hv its Pastor" In the evening the Itev. Dr. .1 Smith Dodge will give per sonal reminiscences of Dr Chaplr. and the Itev Dr. Frederick A Hlshce will re late the character .in. I services of Dr. Chapiu's successor, the lb v. Dr. Charles H. Haton on Monday eve inc. Novetnbir 10. at the Until Ma.iestl'. there will be a ban iiui t of the I .'ilveisalKt Club of Veiv York The sputters xvlll he the lev Dr. I'reiler' I, W Perkins of Lvn,i, Ma's :."d the lte Ir .1 Col. uau Adams of II iitfoid, Conn Brentano's Book Service WHENEVER you need a " Hook on any Subject, in any language whaUoever aiirl wherever published, or ceek (free of chnrje) prices and information regarding Hooks, visit our Store, or ad drc in, without hesitation Prompt, efficient, and accurate Service. Safe delivery guaranteed. Pleaxe Remember! BRENTANO'S 5lh Ave. & 27th St.. N. Y. WHEN IN BOSTON BROWSE IN GOODSPEED'S Rare Books' Print? -Autographs h PARK STRI'KT (Opposite Common) DIED. I1V,-.s;TT On W'eieiii Oi'iuher iZ. 1Z, N'tiel, sua nr Wllllum It.iiiert and tin- late Man IWchrrt llimu'lt, in the Villi jour of ids aire. Kiimral rrvlirs will l.e lie),) nt tlm 'nlt.il l'reb teriiin Ctiiir.li, Flfty-iev eiith street between Hi i.mlu'ny iiiul Seventh uv.ntie, on r-jturilsy morning, i inlier ii, al 10 n'rli.i k Inleruisnt ai VV nodiiiw n (Vtueisry I'AHi: IMwiir.l Huyni.r. Octriber Jl at hh rciden. e, I V'est Hlghtv Itlst stleel I'uiieritl initlie l.iti'i 1HI. I. ON - SU'lilenlv, ii1 Port t'hssler. .V , Oiliilie' si, f.lJ, Mnurlce Dillon. I'lii.rrHl iirii.imeni.'iils will be uniionncel tutor KilHIlHT (Mull' .3 Tlinm.m .1 Kl.rl llgl'll IT .him s.o lies ,Sepii .Mn ills I'lippel ".S t:iKhtb .ivenue. tieir Twenlv tl rt street siindu '.' n't lai W Members I'l r.imlil l.ii'lgc, .So. CJO, P. unit A. 11., Invtlr.J. JOLINE COLLECTION VALUED AT $70,692 T Apprnisnl liisl fop llir First Time Tithmiits of lijnvypr-Collt'Hor. J,IIU.V WOirill S2:..u I Kctiiiiiiiilcr Km- t ImhiihI NiiI lllllf llcic. Tne lianifer tax appraisal ni 1 1 , - ( -i i e of Adilan II. .Inline, member of ine I 111 III of Jollne, Lai kln lialliboiin and one of the icielvers of the .Metropolil in Street lUllwu), who dleil on dctolat ft. 1 1 I If . Wlis Hied eseda. It sbos ti.lt cuiivlncliiK tillinony was ofiered Hint M I Mile, N. .1. and hml oled Du re fm (imi i.M'.iis lutole Ills dcalli. Pol Ihh r a on !' - '"" '' ln,l,., l,s . n IuW Mn"' x""1,, fr"m 1 ,x" ll" ,'S,'I',,I"M "r llN ' l-B ' fein.u kable eoliertlnn of ,i . llnr.inl. MllllllUorllilu lll.lrll l.n,'.. I., t.l ... his city home at I West Si "iiH -s' enl sre i Appi.u-er John T M.iitm v. lined M .lolliin's lihiarv of ;,iin0 voluuns nt .' -dilll. and Ills I'lille. linn of lu.inii.-eri.t it 47ii.C!i;'. Mr. .Inline wn- one of tlie ni"-t Industtlous collertois nt liianioi i Iih -, In tills COUIItrJ HIS llll.'l tioii Is lisle,) ,,u , llclv for the llrst time in t apar. - .' Testlnio'iv !4lvi n liv rtliur Swarm I expert who appraised the bo.il( and in i userlpl. showed that In tnaiiv i.isis r JoIIik" paid fir mole tn. in lli.l: v I nr lnanuxrrlpl he wanted Ml Jollin's onlj propirtv ir. Vi". V , ill addition lo the ,ooks and inanu-' i was u gold write. i worth ?ln.i p i effects, 2"'H. ,yid aiiloiunblle Ht.nioi I' entile value nl h .Now Vmk . -t.ii - r !.r..vk. h ts I -1 1 I Ins ontlio was woith in . " Ji'.iiiiii.riini lie g.n. '. 'inn to his slslei Kale .1 In Minn. . d S.-i.niin to 'il- sit .oni.ll. i .VI .1.1.. both of Johti-.tow o. N p'liiiitoi I x.rsltv re.'clv.il K.nni' and Samuel I s, his coin hmaii. SI, mm Th main.) ' the estate vv ti i.- w fi . M.. l.irkln .Inline. Auiong tin' int. ri-Miug items lisiid Mr. .1. .line's . o!loi tioii, with thin i In ..p. praised values, weio the loll. nvnig Sign ois of the I ie. laro,'"ii of hub pi lull ., autngratli btt.is. diid- n. lo.es x. . SevelltV -Hill e Items, fT.'ll'n. I 'Ii - nil III s and Vice-Pi I'Mdeuts of tin I'nit.d Slat ", I. Ill letters, di i ds and uianuseriit- 1 . SOU. Tin. mas ilr.iv. original mm. us np, t.'l.'.'. . Washlngimi Irving, cliaptii VIM "Life of Washington ' :inn . Tlmin.. Moore, "The Hiilcliieaii.' Ja , litter of Colonial liovirnois. ninei.v -three .i s tCOti, iiutngiaph Irtteis of Am. item an thors, fi'i.in Tin. mas P.. Aldiieh and i.oige Ade to Nathaniel Paikei Willis nnd John A. W.vetii. nlnit.v-six II. ins. $l.iiin. Hritish poets, :'lx items. !.':.oyo . Nano. lion's Maishals. fnrt.v -live btlets. t ..: Hnnapaite coll.etlon. tlftv -.-ev. n bins nnd documents of ni.ml.eis of the fan. I . ?"i0; SpeakelH of the House of It.pi. sentntlv.s, seventy-five lettirs, JI.10. (liu Lafnyette. slxtv-seveii Items, t'mi Mem. hers of the Continental Congress. i.l Items. S4.IIHII . Clench Kings nnd jue. ie-, twnty-slx Item". 51. tun. Kings tn ! yueens of Sweden, tldrty-tlvo Items, c.n Mavois of New Vork. 103 items. diamatlc. K. to 'Jim letters, auloiri i s ind photos, t' lioviriiors of ..i'it State". ".HO . I lilted States Sell.'lt. us. !i,'"' Hritish ii'iv 'h-ts. 1.:, it.nis. i "i . i lett r of Piter Muv x s.mt. w.'in ' I staiiud J;".. MARRIED. II .v t.i:v -. ii v viiiriis vi it r . Ctliir. h Hr.oiwIlK S V . ., i l( I l'lU I'V III" IteV Hi .I'.'l'i lllhben lip. I I lie II. . to .In'ir ISiilierlm. MllK.irel .In.lBh'er Anl .Mrs Trunk It " lu in t.r ' i VV uodrutT II il-e' DIED. JAItVl." V her re-lilen.'e. nti ien.1.. 1013 .lexlin tie While JiirvK .Pun; t nf Hi" Lit" Willi un and i:ini.'e II is. Piiner.il le.rv l.. wll I"' held ni M. il. drew'"s I'hurrti, Kifth nvenuo nnii i:'-h rtrert on Satiinlii) . at lfl.t X t K1MI1AI.1. -lames llltli.itn Ktiuliil IVhIv, Vvii. Oileher "1. Ill his .rv.'lv elchtll vear IturUl, Mount Auburn CHiubrlilK M i-s MAI1V1N. A W'estpnrl. Conn. 11' Inhe 1113. .Inhn .1 Marvin, in his MI .e.ir PunerMl pen be will lie held nt ihn dence of hi., nephew-, .l.ilni .1 Marvin pi WcPlpiri. atui.l!v. ortober it I p M, Interment at Newport, 1:. i P.lCIl AltPCDN tin Thursday innrm e Oi'tiiber -3, at Ihe residence nr her '.oi laities 11 III. hardroii. 7T. Mi.lirnu pn m. lile.iiiillelil. N tessl" f lllch.ir.lsun v. (dew of .liiniep llli'titirri'.nn, ace I , pi.i Punir.il rcrvb e nt th" Plrpt l'rehtrjn .'hurch. en the itretn. In Uliiornflehi, at 7 V M. S.iluriinv, .Irreber V'., on iir rlvul nt l"rl Itsllrojil InUn Ir.tvtm. 'T cx L'itv al I P. M- Iliirlnl bit-r nt run venlenre of fnnillv, i-AVAlJII. On Tliurodal, Hilobtr V.1. ill lus resilience, r.-ln AV.s-1 Pnd avernis Willi. ml C fivnre, 111 111" f 01 tl e. nr hl nxc. Punernl pervlccs at l.enox Avpnui lid tnrliin Church, rorner Klt Ptrrei nr HolurcUy. ai :30 I'. M STKVENS. ijetnber Z2. Ili-iijiiinin I) i loved hupbnnd or Helen 11. ,-Hevenp, ,ik i 5 at til" riPlilence. :r, iVntrnl 1'i.tk Wept, hPre boil) Clin hilewel I-V'l. from r-U I'. and s Irt A. M j- ,t ih Iniernieiu l'lillidelphln VAN' IHUHSTIN'15 fin Tliurp.ln. enni k after a brief lllner. KathrMi M'. 'n l.ierstlne, wife ef Wllllum I M v Iderstlne. I'unPrul "PrvUrs at her lain icsilenie .1 .liiitun nveiuie. Iirunllu, un mi m an intnber 35, at v p M Inn t merit i-.n-ilnv Hfternoiiii in lireenvvenl Ceinp-erv lit Mrninrluni. Cl:t.-I.V - The Uev .Inhn I ... rerpilem maps, church nf th" i rui lletrt. West Plfty-llrsl pue. I Manual Un. Caturday. October :J, in A M OHIllIN A ncrvlie In inemnrj "f the u Hubert C Ouden will he li -1. 1 i ui" Central Preb lerlaii rhurrli. .i vv p l'"lft peventll street Hunil.i afi l'i'.e Octohir 5C, ut I ii'cbn k The peii,. will he President l'ininl llri.wn nt I e u Seminary, Prof I'runcls i I'e.ib ie Harvard Pnlvirsltl nnd I'lisllui - i Mitchell nf tli Meillcnl i oIIcbc 1 ir liltiia I'rl.'iiilp id Mi ill;. Ien a .' A lo be proem PMlKltTAKKIP-, E Campbells ntvvrmfi iturmmt ciiint VlPKilJ&. i.riir rACILITV COMU10US ATTIHTIOH FUNERAL CHURCE OAT OR NIGHT. t lti:x. I liltlr.- INTFI-l.tflBNT, krlrnlUr ll " r,r'.'v;'' unitbii yrATr.n I'ltruATiic- ii Mt'ssr WI44lt VIIHn, 1. I PiiniiM.U fren ron 17 VTlUMaiiburi L I Tr- Jp'