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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 191.1.
c H, 1KI. TILFORD HEADS WINNERS AT TUXEDO! due TTniuIrril Classes in flnvti cult tiral Society's An 111111 1 Exhibition. mi; HAH 111 MAX DISPLAY ( nloiiMs nt KiitPrtniiitiinit Pose in .Miiny l' to Dnto riianicfcrs. jnr'-i rnK, net, in. The annual , !,ini . x'.ibltlnn of tin- Tuxedo Hortl , 'i i nil So. lily was opened to-ilny lit the Tuxedo Chili. Tho dlMilny of i ' rvf i r mum". loses, carnations, pnttnl . l(tltK .111(1 1 r It tt ! XUIS till' IiltK'Sl f.., ii ni Tuxedo niul there was mino CVcr Uc n ,s ,. i.il prizes wire awarded by some of tir iircc nursctics np.ii- New York. Thcro i wre inn i liisi" n, IticltlillnK (MUnlls ill ,. i tips of chrysanthemums of .ill lolors, of n'l xurlctles, carnations, x lolcts. f t., vein-tables, fern niul potted plants. Mr- C M Hell bad Hti entry In almost i fr clays and on tlrit honors In groups !' f.i (!c(iri" Mason wns also a I.itkp , tor In aoh lass. H M Tllfonl , ir i I nil n majorltx of the llrt prizes. M- V. II lliitrnriin had n larse ox 1 i t of vi Kct.ilile", apples iiml dairy pro 1 , t P Hamilton liad exhibits of the j ,, ih of T.ibli- Ilock farm, tho best dinner table decorations ft nit (lowers iind foll.iRr. Hlch.ird ivln t,. d K.inlciior, William Hrock, won tha Mi.rtal prize, and Mrs. Kwnud Spcncei'. e.rlirnr. l'mil Itartb. won tbp prlr.e for r best basket of flowers an-aiiKcd for iff. et IVr In st centrepiece C. 11. Mndrrs cardenrr won Hrst price. Th" Judirrs we.ro W. Vert of Now York. V 'I mi litirkhiw and IVtcr Duff of Con r ' ii' some of lh awards were: Ip.und Kioup of miscellaneous plants p own I" pots or tubs a-ranped fur effect : i a spice of ion square feet H. M. T.lf'ird 'if'. Mrs. r. M Hell second. fi. fi, Mnson Wins n 1'lrst. rtniind croup mlsrellaneoilK plants C'Wn in pots or tubs iirranRed for rffect in a tp.ire of h" sipi irp feet (J. li. Mason (" 11 Alexander w court Itound groups of ehrj santhemums ! rwn In I'o's or tubs arranciil for effect I a r i .1' - of too square feet H. M Til-I rt Prst, Mrs. A. S. Carhart second. I Hoii-d Kioupx of ehr.intlKinuuis t wn tn p,-ts or tubs arranKod for effect a pine of on square feet l-'rancls 1 .rtfion tlrst ii-oup of f"tns In pots or tubs arianRed f' rffr. t in a Miac. of iMI siiuaro fwt Mrs C M. Hell llrxt; Hlch.ird Delatleld nconrt Tlirte beconlas (llolrc rle Lorraine In nib pots ("i. (i Mason, first . Mrs. 1 ' M ti-bi-11, second. Three standard ebrysnnlhpmums. rtls t.nct vanetlts Hlchard Maimer, first 'tie t,x ind.ird chrysanthemum II M. T 'ford, tirst. oms of distinct vailet'es In separate vases, stems not less than twelve Inches 1 nc- Hlchard Delalleld, first ; ll". M, Til ' rd second. Tuilve tiiiioms, (llsllnct i let 1ph, In vios, Mcms not less than twelve Inches ' - k Mrs J M Mltchill, llrst ; Mrs. A. .- C.irhart, second. Het vise of chrysanthemttm-. one or varieties, arranceit for effect Hlch ii '1 TVl.ifleld. first; H. M. Tllfonl. second Twelve blooms from plants prown In '"imps, any variety or varieties Alfred Fton. ttrst . r H. Alexander, second. rifst six chrysanthemum blooms, yellow H I.. Tllford. first; C. H. Alexander, fcenl, rhrt unthrmsm PrUr Wlnnern, Tli-'t six chrysanthemum blooms, white H M. Tllford, first: C. H Alexander, f ennd fist chrysanthemum blooms, red C I' Alexander, first. (test six chrvsanthemum blooms, pink H M Tllford. Hrst; Hlchard Delatleld. feor.d n.-. i . . . u' ,!T,,f,h - 'S b 0W ' " ! II M. Tllford. first. Hc?t six chrysanthemum blooms, crlm- sen- H M Tllford, first : C II. Alexander. s- -"nnd II. st thrr-e chrysanthemum blooms, yel-l'iw- Mrs. A S. Carhart, first; Mrs, J. M. M"ehel, second. I nest three chrysanthemum blooms, white Mis J M Mitchell, first; Mm. A. S. Cnrhnrt, second. P st three chr santhemum blooms, pink Mrs J. M Mitchell, first; Mrs. A. S. 'rhart. second. rtest three chrysanthemum blooms, ' -miii Mrs A, S. Carhart, first; Mrs. M Mitchell, second. Hist three chrysanthemum blooms, . mson Mrs. A. 8. Carhart, first; Mrs. .i M Mitchell, second. Best sliiule collection of chrysanthemums t-na plants not disbudded c. li, Alex ,v 'Ifr Hist. Ilest display of hardy chrysanthemums ( it from plants, from plants crown In open I f (Hind W, 1'. Hamilton, first; Mrs, L. S. c "iler, second. I'd carnations, 12 W. I Timittn 1 Hamilton, ' -i Mrs. C. M. Hell, second. ' s t pink carnations, 12 Mrs. J. M. 'I' '. ll, first; W. P. llnmllton, second. ' lets. 100 slncles W. V. Hamilton, ,"' Alfred Seton, second. lest five dishes of apples, flx-e varieties i' i dh c. 13. Alexander, first; 11. M. T.lf'ird, second. Hri nno dish of app'ee, any variety, in- apples In a dish Mrs. .John Wolfe, ' s' C H. Alexander, second. li'-' one dish of pears, flx-e pears In a 1 'i - Mrs. John Wolfe, first. Ilest six bunches of outdoor irrown filif, not less than two varieties O. O. AUs .- tlrst, Airs. John Wolfe, second. I.'-' twi bunches of grupp Brown un-il-1 K.c- II M, Tllford, first. Hrst (i lection of vegetables Mr, .-"a tn iir I Spent er, first. I.ichteeri kinds of ve(re tables O. Q. Mason, Hrst. Hi st six heads of lettuce Richard Dela r.ll Hrst Mr. c. Al. Hell, second. Ilest dish of mushrooms II. Al Tllford, t -i I', st table of fnllane plants arrnnsed on i.ilile .1 feet by C C. H, Alexander, first! " M Tllford, second; Air. C. M. Bell, ' i !' "i six orchids In bloom II. M. Til ' 'I fltst. Ii -t creenhouse flowerlnK plant Al ' d Seton. first, (!. O. Allison, second; ' ' A S. Carhart, third. i ""t collection of hardy cut flowers '.zed on a space 3 feet by 4 Airs. - Chanter, first; Air. Samuel Spencer, - "'t " si flowerlne plant nlven by school .i.'lien- All Alary Clifford, first; Alls '' Kt-et Clifford, second; AIlss Kllen i "n l, third. '.ii prices Riven by Airs, O. Rhawer 1 Mrs, Charles Hussell for tho best ii"ii roses and twelve roses, special ' i be Hlchard Delalleld nnd Mr. J. M. ' hell I.h rue Crnnil fur Week Knd. ''ere was a larse crowd horo for the inl, drawn by a series of enter- neiits Tho benefit for thu Tuxedo ' '"i "',"., "' .'. . l'-i'iia! at the Tuxedo Club on Thurs - niRht was a success. A scries nf 1 'm'hux, Includlnic "A Midsummer I -eim or a llarlicloi's llexerle," followed I a liu ie net play, "A Midwinter Nlght- II ir", nr the MorlnnBC" was Riven. ' II Holers was Ibn fin mer and MUs M'rucry H Clinton took thu pwrt of wf. tJthers In the farce were Mac ' - ich Miller, LaxvrencH Miller, Miss 1 "h Cutting and Kdi!r C. Iicklsnd, Jr. Mrs Stanley (iiaftnn Mortimer posed M "Hie nut Love." Mri. JoUn iL Belmont g 'hP. Cepyrlnht, 1913, tiy American l'res A'n From Left to Riijlit Mrs. Juilah A. Huthcrford ns "The Winter CJirl." Miss Maude Coster as "The 1 lebutatile." Miss Mary Alexander us "The lancy 1'rcsH tSIrl," Miss lieatrli-e itutrlll, "The Sport ItiB Ulrl"; MIk May VorpI, "Tho Tanco OlTl" ; Mrs. Alfred 1,. Ioonns. "Thi Summer ttlrl"; Miss K.itbatlne W 1'ortcr, "The Turkish Ulrl", Miss Dorothy 'Kane, "The Artistic !lrl." and Miss Mario Hodrwald, "The llrlile " WATER SPORTS AT HOT SPRINGS. Arrivals nl the lliiineslrnd l.oilut tjiinclipiin. Hot SriMNns. Vn., (let 2." .". -At the Daniel limine lnlqe Cabin to-day Mrs D. M Morrlmn of N w York k.ivi a I.iirp luncheon. The cuestx rode ai.d d .ne up 'and playul bri.lui- aflerwatd. In the partv were Mrs. Daniel J l.ear.v, Mr. and lti lr.Tk..,, U'Mr.,1 ti- .IMl tr (-Hittrw ll. Ilalsey. MNs Dnrothy (llbb. Miss Marie V. Men ill. Mis I.eary, Mlt Abb.e Mor rbon. Silvio Villa. Hubert 1'r.mcls. Imnbir Adams, Hubert Hull mid Hcnjamin Thaw. The Hot Springs Athletic. Association cave an entertainment of water spoils from till lo o'clock In the swimming fxiol in the bath hou-e. A irood sized company was pusct, lm ludliii; Mm. T. I de Witt Talmiire. Miss Hebeeia Colli, i, Mr. and .Mrs. II. F lladden. Mis W. . William-. Miss Williams. Mr. and .Mis. Stewart Waller, Mrs. HiKlnald de Kuwn, I Cuthbert Hrown. Huch and John Inni.in, ; Miss Louis,. Wltherbee, Mr. and Mr?. William Nelson I'eloue, Mr. and Mr. 1 Carl A. de (Jetsdorff. , Mr and Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt j are expected at the Homestead next week : with a party for the baths and an In definite stay. Arrivals at the Homestead to-day In cludd Mrs. S, H. Hrownell and Mr. and ! Mrs. K, U. Stuwell of New Yolk and Mr. 1 and Mrs. W. 1' Toss of Ny.ick. HISTORIC PORTRAITS TO BE SEEN Notable Collection Will lie Miimn In the CnmliiK Month. A loan exhibit of unusual Interest Is to be opened in Van Cortlandt Museum by the Colonial Dames of the State of New York In November A collection of small historical portraits of nil kinds has mi ll nume, i iihijii isum jiiiiiiu m I so- hnuettes. wax portraits and carvlnu-s In ' xvood and metal. The Wedcwood portraits are an unusual feature. The dates nre xery early, few lielnc later than ISO", except In dlstlnculshed In stances. A number of old dacuerreotypes will be exhibited. The old families of New York nnd throughout the State, ns well as Alaryland and other States, and numer ous prlx-ale collections have been drawn upon to make an exhibit of creal distinc tion and Interest, The chairman of the sub-committee In charRe of the work Is Airs. James Creel man. RnKnicenipnta Announced. Mr. nnd Airs. Thomas 11. Van Huren hax-o announced the I'liRaBemeiit of their daUKhter, AIlss Vera L. Van Huren. and Harold C. Hlchard, eldest son of .Mr. and Airs. Oscar L. Illcharil of this city. Miss Van Huren xvas Introduced to society two years aco. Sho Is related to many prom inent families of this city and Is a creat- sraiddaiiKhtcr of Joseph Harle Shelllelil, fou of tt)H Hclentiflc school at Yale Fnlxerslty Air. Hlcharil was craduated from Princeton In 1900. Thu weddinc will take place In January . Air. nnd Airs. Theodore N. Vail of Speedwell Farms, Lyndonvllle, Vt., havo nnnounceil the enenccment of their niece, AIlss Katherlno Iiulso Vail, nnd Arthur Allen Alarsters of this city. No date has been set for tho xveddlnR. Note, of Ihr Social World. Airs. Cornelius C. Cu!er has returned to 2C East Fifty-font th stieet after an absence of five months In Hurope, Sh ' will kIvo many entertalnment.s xt h-'i home durltiK the winter ami also a dinner dance, at Sherry's. Air. and Airs. (JeorRe Carncslo Falmei villi Rive a reception at thu Morris County flnlf Club In Alonlstoxvn, N. J., on No vember 3. when th.y xvlll Introduce society their dnuchter, AIlss Helen Camp bell I'nlmcr. Air. and Airs. John C. .luhrlns will leavo Ardsley-on-lludon on Thursday for their horn", 375 Hark avenue. The xveddlnR of AIlss Adclma H. Ab-rz, dnutfhtor of Air. and Airs. Franz .Mens, to Alaurlco 11. Dean will take place In th. Church of the Advent on tho eveiilnK of November 11. A reception will follow if Sherry's. Emanuelo Alesslnl-Fetruiizelll, who was In Nexvport for the season, Is nt the Hotel Gotham for tho v.'lntnr. AIlss Dorothy Kins, a dnuchter of .Mr. and MrB. OeorRn Clordon HlnK. xvho aro now In Newport, will bo Introduced to sorlety this xvlnter at tho home of her parents, 16 Hast Klffhty-foiirth street. Airs. J. Taller and AIlss .Mario Taller hax-o Kono tn llabylon, L. I., for a brief visit. .Mrs. Frederick O. Ilench, who Is nt th Vanderbllt for tho xvlnter, has none to Oakdale. K l for n few days. Air. nnd Airs. William II. Crocker left yesterday for Coloradti SprlnRs. Airs. John Clinton Oray, xvho will ar rive to-dnv from Hump" on the OeorRo Washlnulon, xvlll Join her husband, Judir - .t'l.B . 1 John Clinton Clruy. at the r-t. IteBls, xi neri' they will lm for t in xvlnter. Mrs, Pieslon tiiuson in Bone io iur.in American CeoKruplilcal Koclcly, Hroad. epietle Lake for a brief visit, wnv n(i 150,1, Hticet. Weekdays, 10 The Countisu do Itodellcc, who was tlv 1 A M- , r, j . Hundays 1 lo U V. M. Kiiest of Mir. Charles A. Post In Heliport," Herxlrrs nnunory of Hobert C. (Wen, L. I., Is nt the St. Ileitis heforo returnlfnf I Central J'n sh Icrlnn Church, SIR West to Washington, u. 1 . Charles II, Stelnway nnd his dnunhter. Miss Marie L. Ktelnwny, who letiiined yesterday from Kuropn lifter mill lint France, Ocrmuny und SwIUeilnnd, am at tbo Vanderbllt for Uiu whiter. Races Scars and Mrs. Joseph E. Davis. BELL TAYLOR. Many loirila m bureli Wrilillnn In Maliiford. STAMronn, Oct ::. Mis- llaiel Vlr Khila T.olor, d.iUKbter of Mr. ami Mrs. Warren Taylor, was married this after noon to Arthur William Hell, In St. John's Hplicopal Church by the Hiv I. N. l'b. Ips. Miss Taylor wore white satin char tueuse. trjmmcil with old rou point and (arr!ckni!i(.ross l.ice. with court tialn .in. I a tulle Mil with nranue blosoms. Mis. Ah xaiider .lis-up Smith of llrooklyn was in (troll of bonoi. Andrew Jackson It'll was best man, .Hid the usher win- Wineu II. T.it"r. Jr. Wendill P. M.lllBin. H Stuart Ketcham. Ilenrj N. Siollchl. ltalih L land 'Pax lor. Cbaibs Daxtnpoit l.i'k wood, Alix.milei- ,1. Sm.tl.. Hdwlll fen Held. Jr.. and Hany Hola-rts. Ch.irl. s D. I.o(.koo.i, ,Ii was p.iK and Mary I'laiicis Allin was lloxxir irlrl. There were :,lnu invitations io the wed dine, xvlilch was folloxvcil by a larKe te reptlon at the bride's home. HANDY PRESTON. I'.XfiiliiK Wt'ilillim In M. I'aul'a Chiiri'b. Ilillllinorp, llAt.TIMor.K, (.let. 25 --The weddlnc of Miss Henrietta Stewart Preston. ilaUKhter of the late Franklin Frt-ston nnd Mrs. I'restnn. to William Winder Handy of New York took place this exetilliK at St. I'. nil's I'rotcstant Hplscopal Church. The len-monv was performed by the Hi v. Dr J. S. 11. Hodces. rector emerltu", and tin Hex- Arthur H. Kln-olx inc. rector Commander Ciiarles Francis I'restnn of thi' United States i.avy. a brother of the bride. Kin-e her ,nva, and her sister. Klltn Franci-i l'riston. w.is maid of honor The Vest in.in was Hi' lisMeKinom' nephew, Thornus Handy Klli.-mt of Hux ton. nnd the usliers xx i Wlill.un llainly llri'Vis of I'hll.iilelphla. l'redeilek Winner Alb n of New Yoik. D Loc.in l'riston, a brother of the bride, William Llllcott, a in phew nf tin- In-:. ! srunin . William D. I'. iiltney and C. lii-.ixiou Dallam, all of H.iltlni'irc Jtpxx limn Tnlciitt. Hvk. N Y, ('it 2." --.Miss F.lolse Tal ipot t, il.iuchtir by a foimer marriage, of 1 Airs. Lihvard Wycknff Harris of Hye, and New Yoik city, und Horace Dnisey New I son. sou of Henry Dot spy New son of r Llcwollxn Park, N. J., were married at tho home of the brldo here this afternoon, by ' the Ilev. William Carter, pastor of the Fifty-seventh Street Dutch Heformed Church, New York city. The bride was attended by her sister, .Miss llemlett.i Talcott, ns maid of honor The best man was (ierald L. .lacl.snii of New York. Tile luide wns row ne.l In white satin li mimed with point hu e She woie a veil c.iURht up with oranKc blossuinx nnd cu rled a bridal boiKiuet of lilies of the val ley, A reception followed the rej( mony. 1 Air. and Airs. Newson will sill for F.urope on November 6, to be Rone for two ' months. Cornell ll n n bnr. Hastimis-on-Himison, Oct. 2.I. Alls i llden Hepburn Dunbar, (laucht( r of James Oorilnn Dunbar, xvas married to nlcht to John Cornell (irncf under a bower of -.nno yellow chr santhemums from the ran I en of her father. The ceremony was peifoiineil at the Dunbar home, by the Hex-. I-;. W. Thompson, pastor of the i First, Heformed Church. .Miss IMna Dun bar, a sister of the bride, xvas the brides ' tr ! and Frank A. Doersler wns best innn The bride xvore n rowii of xxhlte it ti timmcd with princess Uct nnd chlf " ii. Htr veil of lull xvns ciiukIU up xcith ornnRe blossoms. She cart led a i bouquet of white roses nnd lilies of tho ; valley. A wedding supper wns served after tho ceremony. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Catiikmnb ItinuiT, who d'ed March IT last, left a total estate or $51,7.17. She Kiixn J!,1'k; each to her d.-iunbtcrs. Al berta, Ida nnd Catherine, nnd lli.oor, each lo four sons, IMward, Itnbeit. Henry and i Arthur. Jr., and her husband, Arthur (0 i .lonn iiiuiey. jaooii ittiNnnACK, a Third avenue 'Jeweller, who died Kebrunry IS Inst, left 1 10.12 1 lo his xvlfe, Amelia Itundhacli. (liMitiirs Itmss, n outractor, xx-bo died I April U, 1911, hid assets of only $3,'.'2i! j nnd drbts of J &,fj33. John .SxttTH, .In., a plumber, of 1B71 Third avenue', left a total i stato of S. fied to Ida wife, K'atherlne II. Smith. At tho time of bis death ho bad accounts of JlC.fill due, otic of bis customers beliiu John l llockcfeller. The account was , paid to his estate, ; VinoiNiA H. S. Cati.kn, xvho died In llrooklyn May !i last, left a net estate of f 4S,0SQ.1T, of xx-hleh her son, ti, do 1 (Irosse Catlen receives $3ri,000. the re mainder coliur tn the husband, I. ,s, tnt- , leu, nnd a daughter. I Hki.kn' M. I'ostkh, xvho dhd In llrook lyn .Tlllv e lust, left f 24.1 1 0.7:. xvhlch Is divided e-fiiiilly lutxveen a son and (laugh ter. In . Vork To-dar, Ktectilcnl exposition nnd motor show, Nexv (Iriind Central I'nbu'e. l'nrewell cxeri'isis In honor nf Henry Morirentlinii nt the Kren Kynaonue, Cnr ni Klc Hall. 11 A. M. I ll'fl'llll lt'lP I' .III. Mill ri'll'l III III! Kar( Korn, ,m,ntni, B, ttm Hiiwnn rholnnriiiilis by Vlttoiia Sella of thei i Kori rllll(?1 tntrn Afrlcn on exhibition Klfly-sevenlh street, 4 V. M. Actors Cliuirh Alllunce, meetliiff, Church of the TrHtisUKUrntlon, 8 P, M. Trnfnlcnr Church Service, HI. James's Church, Heveiity-llist street und Madison avenue, 4 V. M. FIRST GIFTS COME TO WHITE HOUSE BRIDE Hut Presents iind Publicity Are Not Fnvorcil by the President. SOCIETY NEWS OF CAPITA 1 Dnto Set foi l'n,1.1t.. mi . ulTra,'o Iaiiiruo In caps and Jowns, tho UCddlllir OI -MlSS,'0nitr'8lonHl Surfravo Commlttw. tho I Downing ami Lieutenant Comtnaiulvr Osterliaus. Wasiiimiton. Oct 25 Few detail In tr,ard to i White House weildmt; are to bn annum ce i until tin wedding day is r'os- a' hn"d. The Hresldtnt and Mr. Wilson dislike publlc'ty In the matter ii ' .! aonv will take place on Tuesday, November i'S, Is all the Informa tlO'i that lias thus far been authorized, ii.its have beiii dlscoiiraKed by tho I'ros Idt lit and Mrt-. Wilson, but some have already arrived, at the White House. A fiw day atfo txxo viry beautiful brace lets werp sent from local Jewelry shops, one of Unman uold studded with rubles nr. i illamonds and the otln.:- a Kohl 1 i ,; watch, with diamonds. Miss McAdoo has artive.l 111 WashlnK tui anil Is establish) d In the Massn nusetts avenue home xvhlch her father has leased. Miss McAdoo will net as her father's hostess nnd while sho has ar 1 ranged no formal affairs yet. she has , inailo a number of warm friends lure. Col nnd Mis. W. C (lorcas, who ar . rlvul from l'anatiu on Wednesday and left here for New York on Friday, will sail next wcik for KiiEland, the Colond oil leave to spend several mouth In Smith Africa In the Interest of sanitation, ' and Mrs. (loreas to spend the time In ' HnKland and Franco until he rejoins her ' to return home. He expicts to b.i In I'.tnama acalti by February 1. The marriage of Miss Hilin Downlmr. I daughter of A. Dowlilm? of Nexv York I nnd WiishltiKton. to Lleutenant-Com-mnnder Huco Osterliaus, V. S. N.. son of Hear Admiral Osterliaus. will take place In St. John's Chut eh, this city, on De cember In the afternoon, tt will ho. ( follownl by a reception In the DownlriB home. Mrs. ('.porno Von L. Meyer and Mrs. Truman II. Newbetr.v. wlvi s of two former Secretaries of the Naxy, are in WashlnKton for a visit. The former Is . ... i.U I..- .1 .....!.... Vl.ud at tne norenam mi mi - ...... - I iV... ti.tt.r la m the JUIl.t .l-.'-I. !" ' Will. ,1.1. accompanied bv Mrs Thomas , Thatber of N( w York, with whom she lias i i-,.i.. ..i tli,. Vn-iTlni.i Ho' SprliiB. I Mis. NVub.ris will to to New York Willi ' Mrs. Thachei- to-morrow, and thence to her home In Detroit Mr and Mis. New berrv will spend the winter in FKtpt. , sallinc from Nt w York on the Adriatic Nox ember 2'.' MISS FARRAR IN SONGS. Her Admirers tilxp Her Plenteous Hull. AiMiliiuse In Cnriii'Ule C.erabllne Farrar. soprano. of the Hoyal Opera at He! Uti ami inc ..ieiri'i.iniiu nrn House 11 this CUV, R.ixe nil i.ii' i- noon of soriRS nt C irneRle Hall yester dav Pt spite the xveather AIlss 1 arrat s larce iiersonal popularity served to draw an audleneu of Rood sUe. The admirers of tlie sincer applauded her vigorously after every number. ti. orneriinitne covered n wide ranee, beRlnnliiK with Cluck and ndinit xxlth, MarPeiwcll. tlluck's "Wonnt-xolbr Alai. Hetthov.irs "La Partenza" and Schu bert's "Son t'necostar all' I'rn.i" were , amniiR the unfnmlllar numbers In the ' earl) part "f the t ntert.-ilivnent. titnl It was In the Srhubi rt compost! '"ti thai 1 Miss Farrar was lit aril at her 1" st. , imiibtless many henrers pn ferred her' well known dcllxiry of Alussen.li "Ouvre tes vt ux lib us." but It should be rtmembired that it Is no creat feat to sine this sour well, while an Inteiestmit ibltxerv of the Schubert Ixilc ilem.inils both skill nnd iinilerstanillnc Doubtless AIlss Farrar n cards u us ess-ntlal to her sueuss on the concert platform that she should "inc such tlilncs as Handel's "oh. Hid 1 .liibal'-s L!c" and Alor.arfs "Alblui.i." The coloraturp which sho exhibited In slnRlnc these wns at anv i.ite h.-r own arid she will rest as secure In its undisputed possession as Ttf(c)isfiiH' did In that of Amlrr. It I may be added " xvay m I'.iui'i' ..". " ricunl that Miss rarnir ireiniemu -..ns, off Hie pitch, and. as usual, produced her uppt r turns in a way which i very youth ful aspirant for lyric honors should care fully mold At the close of her concert tho prima donna nddressi il the audience. rIx iilK out the Important Information that the Met ropolitan Opera House would open on November 1" '"id expressing tlm hope that all her hearers would be prtsuit. Snme one xvlll certainly be tin re. because. Air Caruso Is coins to sine, , MR. BAUER'S CONCERT. A Ki-inarknlilP I'roitrnmiiir of Works In- Hiich anil llertlioven. Two especially Intel est. 1115 points were i to be noted In the pianoforte mltal which i Haiobl Il.iuer itave yeserd afternoon at Aeolian Hall The Hrst wns the publica tion of the artist's hiKh opinion of this public and the second xvas the publu atlmi of this public's lilish opinion of him. Mr. Haucr expressed hlin-elf throuch thi- character of Ills programme, which ' xvns of a kind to make seibnis demand upon the muslenl culture nnd devotion of the llstenem. The public shnw.-d its , thoucht by crowdlriK the auditorium, by , Ustenlnt xvlth rapt attention, and by np- ilaudlni; with sincerity and dlsctlmlnatlon. Tlie proKrninme consisted of cnmpnsl. tlons by llarh and Ileethoieii air.inBcl In alterinitlon. Tim three Hach numb"is w ere the C sharp minor pi elude and fiiwno, the prelude nnd fiiKtie In V minor and Hint In II flat minor, all from tho "Well Tempered Clavichord." ll.ich of these prefaced a lleethovcti sonata, that In 1) i tii'ijor, opm 10, No, 3 ; the H Hat major, opus SI, which carries a title, "I,es i AdleiiN, rAbsciicc. t lo llctour." and the Brent work 111 C minor, opus Ml. It was u beautiful recital, noble In con- I tent, Inspiring in exposition Mr Hauer . Is an artist of the ilpist Intelltnence, a sound and fastidious musical thinker, ; whoso nrt posscssis In a rare combination , virility nnd tlm most delicate sensitive ness. Always continent In the employ ment of dynamics and color, he neveithe less mnkes law nnd bold effei'ts as well as cameo caivliiK of th daintiest suit. Hut what Is still more Impoilnrit, his readliiKS ale of the loftiest type, full of blond and Influential emotion, profoundly Intellectual, nnd above all things essen tially musical. Mr, Hauer Is ono of the most InterestliiB of llvlntt pianists and It Is Kood lo sen thnt New Yoik inuslo loxers know It. "FIGHT" SHOW FOR SUFFRAGE. I'layrr Will Olve I'erformMiiiT on WrilnesdB j- Kvenlntt far Ihr Cnnse. Tbo procei'dg nf tho pcrformnnco of th.i flKht on Wednesday evenliiK, October i"t, xvlll lio donnted to tho Woman SulTraRo party, of which Munrnret Wycherly, thu lendltiR woman, Is 11 meinber. Tho author, Ilnynrd Velller, who Ih MUs Wychcily'H husband, hns marched In every sufrraKo parade. On suffrnne nlitht thei lni!e, boxes and I balcony will be decorated Willi sunniK" Manners unii nioiiocs. mmrniiii speciuc,-, 1 will bo mnde between thn arts nnd ymin women suffragists xvlll act 11s ushers. Many socially prominent women have already takin kmU. NURSERY FOR HIKING MAMMAS, t llroolilyn Siiflrnxluli to Provide Cnretnkpm fur Children, Tho first llrooklyn surTniKe parade, to bo hfld on Saturday, November 1, will havo an Innovation In a mir.ery at the. i Woman Huffrogn party headquarters, 27 1 Lafayott avenue, where mot hern miy leave their llttlo ours while tlioy march, A tralnvd numo and n. professional tory teller will bo In charse. Miss Allele Potter, th "Iner. Mllhollanit of llrooklyn," will lesrt tho parndo on horscbirk. The lines will form on cither side, of Ueilford iivcnue, In Atlantlo hvo tut", rncltlu ptrcet and Iean Htrevt. Hepresctited In the parnflo will bo tho Tolltlral Kmialltv Association, tho IViual iFranclilsu Society, the ColleKlato Kmml 1 Women Voters, the Long Island clubs, tho i : New York Stato Atsoclatlon, tho Woman's I I'olltlnil Union, oollegti men 1n caps and l Bowns, the Klntr.i County Men'n Ioa(rue, 1ho New York St.it Men'n Ioa(ruo, tho Nntlonal Slen's LctiKue, tho Woman Suf. fr.iKo party, tho KlriK" County Woman i SurTraRC Assoelatlon and tho Nutlonal Woman Kuffratn Assoclalloi. I Tho parade will start at 3 1'. f. and tho llnu of m.itch will bo nlonK Iledford i avenue to L.ifaxette street, to Pouth Ox ford Hreet, to Hanson place, to Stato s'reet, to Nevlns street, to Hohermcrhorn s'reot. ' At tho Itnptlst Templo thero will be a j miss meeting at which .Mrs. Carrlo Chap- I man C.itt, Dr. Anna llownrrt Shaw and William A. Prendercaat will spoak. MANY GIRL GRADUATES CAPTURED BY CUPID Harnaril Finures Show That All Colleire Women Do Not Ciinir lo "Careers.'' (iruduites of women's colleces. and of Hxnurd Colb-ce In particular, show no pioptnsity to shun matr.monal Ismds. ac- l cordltic to statistics t cmplbil at Columbia i mversity. S'.nie the fnuiidlr.K of llarnard Collece In Dii.'l, 1,113 women have ricelvul do Ci ccs, and of this mitnbir a total of 2iS havo m.irrnd. The class of 1311 Is not Included In the Henna and a the cirl craduatis in liUl and l!il2 have hardly ft bad time to pick out the nvn thex want the statistician puts the p rcentace of man led women ainnne 11. in. aid nluiuni at 25 4. with the class of 0i hiivlne tw.nlv-Ilv lllll-U of Its forty-nine members inarm d The class of 1011 shows that the ten ib'tic) in the recent aluiuin (lasses Is Just H" strnne toward matriinou as in the older elas-e. ffi I alie.i ll ell i ll out of ' i Iclitx iRht have marri'sl and numeious ' eliRac iiii nts at'' on moid So far leaching as a profcsslri has. I outstr'pp. d inairiaee with i total of o.l . ciie.ik.m1 In udui.itlon.il wnrk Th.s list j includes only nine nniiil"is nf the tl.iss nl liu;'. of whom npnitnl wlien the Hcures wire R.Uhired that thev had not l't ibilded as to what they planned to do. It is estiiu it"l. Iiowevir. that siv-tnt-s.x of the 1113 hax- cone Into teio h Iiir slnie that time, so that the i.umbir nf tent !irr Rrailuatf.l from llarti.ird is ll"1, or a 'eiceit,ie of nearlv .HI. ! Amonc the cr.ulu.ites there nre twinty- six sicn tai Ii s. t lex n tdltnrs. eleven 1 clerks, one sb miRiapher, two missionaries, I two authors, one nurse, two ph siclan". , one actress, oil" plaverounds director, one, Insurance broker, one accountant, one I I busintss woman, two musicians, three, ' social workers, six llhrarians. two nil ' vertWInc acnts. one statistician, one, lawxtr, one aitist, one sculptress, one divine, two bacti rioloelsts. ' Three huinlrisl and thirty-one. nccord iiik to the reiord-. hive not taken up , work of anv kind oelx fx. 'i'v of the 1.111 who received decrns have died. MR. BENSON SURPRISED. il He Hues N'H t'liilersliliid Mine iicIi Thlims net Into .V-x simpers. The f.ili'i-.v .mr letter w.ik re.-e'x.d )i- tel'l.iy f'lilll Cl.li-IHH .it tin1 Cllll" I'C Till! "1 df no unlerftii'i'l xvby. nt the mo merit I .mi und'-rrf'dni i snniewli.it mi-iiix-lublo nutorlety tn st.iKe Ji.urn.illsni. is I hill" never irtven utterruiee t.i tti" exfres-'oiis attributed tr. nie enncinlnj either the New Y'irit theiities or the New York I'tiblle In f.iet. I o.iiitint remember b.ivlii refeirid to tliem i.i-ently in nn l ublle bet'ir- oi press ml. rvlert . I h.ixe lint bud the ib iiaiiie nf belnu mili'li in New York, but 1 b.ive passed three nr fmr viiy pb.isiiiit eXtluriKs In H the.ities liteninK tn the xiuik nt my rvr.iixv rr itis- Pien. .(lid 1 should b' l"'ltll t" l'Ut i:.lse )i"Sitl"ii 111 th ir es "I haxe ulleli said .md still beild thut .. i ., l.-. "1 f,,i mix l.irKe innilerii eitx tn be , Kiiitaliltf mirseix nr er.idle for ait, b"- e.iuse uf mnilern 1 the ullinss and iiiliumanity o; , Hies as we know them to-day. nut. us 1 believe, a " shall Know mem to-morrow. Vours tuily. I-'. It. 11KNSON'. Nobody could better Oiprini uus " I . n M.- ll..nH,m ttutll Ills in.ui.i'-i, . '- ! I' Towb'. xvho suit his business I ,...,. i.ith ill" remarks ns to Mr caul 11. n son's refusal to play in New ork, evl duitly with the idi.i of attestim: th' authenticity of the statement PLAYS OF THE NEAR FUTURE. I'lirlici nulirrtHiin nnd 'rll Minnie In lie Seen In .Noxellles .Xi'tl wi'"" When Cril Maud" opens, tils ensraite mcnt at Wallaces Theatre on Monday. November .1. and will be seen for practi cally the tlvst time In this country since his 'earlier appeiranccs wen- tun. In "t '"" outset of bis caieer, be will act In 1 he Second in Ciimmaud, ' the comedy by Cap! Marsh ill. John Drew plaxel l!l! r.'ln here ut the Empire Theatrn some ears aito .Xiimiiit th" noxi'lties which Mr. Maude xvlll Inter Introduce here are "The Vicar of W.ikclleld" and "llrumpj." Mnr Kcry Maude will bo the IcadlliK actress In i,r ffiiVtei'rt cnninanx- ! l.-oibes-ltobcrt.'-on will present nil the ' same nit;ht "The S icr.imcnt of 'ln'l"'" 'a ono act play, which Is tn follow "The i Passing of the Third Floor Hack" It Is Milken from the l'rench of Louis Tlcrcclin : and Louis N. Parker orurinally Inteiuled i. f..r ilir..,. net 111. IV. but coildiiliseil ' 't Into ItH preent foi III for the use of I I Korbcs-ltoliertson This dnuble bill will i IJI' illien .urn t.i ,ii- and on Saturday eicnliiK. JOAN SAWYER'S PLANS. Dunces Will Xnl He nl (ho .lilldln ill Dunne After .In nillll j . Joan Hawyer, whose ihincInK of thn (inn step waltz and the taiiK'i lias attract".! attention, will P'turn lo the sIuko lunler the maniiKctnent, as befnie, of William ' Monls, and will In Janunry Join tlm com ' pany to support Hairy Lauder. In the , meantime she will be seen In tlm dance 1 she lias mule so popular, H'T ihmiH dancliur parlnei, Carlo Sebastian, Is rapidly ImprovliiK under her tuition, Just as Wallace McCiitclicon did, and their ilnucliii! Is tho pilnclpal fenture of tho in tertalnmcnl, nllbouKh thero nro many other dancers Xllas llorolhv TiiiisIb llnttiiKi'it, YiiNKr.ii.s, Oct. 25. -Mr nnd Mrs Wal ter M. T.iuslif of l!H Park nxctiue 1111 nounreit to. day the 1 imaKemelit of their daughter, Miss Porothy Tausls, lo Carl Scott, roil of Charles P. U, Scott of Von. kcra. Sale of American Autographs at the Anderson Galleries 'Where the Hoc Library was Sold" MsilDon Atenue at fortieth Street. New Tnrk John Boyd Thacher Collection The world-famous Collection of American Autographs formed by the late Hon. John Boyd Thacher of Albany is now on Public Exhibition and will be sold at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock on the Afternoons and Evenings of Thursday and Friday, October 30th and 3 1st. It Is of extraordinary interest and importance, embracing autograph Letters and Documents of the early Governors and Explorers of New France, the famous men of early New England, the Dutch Governors of New Amsterdam, the members, of the Colonial, Provincial, Stamp Act and Con tinental Congresses, and a Superb Set of the Signers of the Declaration, including a Gwinnett document signed, the Lynch "lease," and other great rarities. One of the most important autograph sales of recent years. Catalogues on application. The Anderson Galleries Anderson Auction Company Metropolitan Art Association Public Sales of Art and Literary Property TtXHPHONT. MfllltAY III LI. 7wn. SECOND FREE PUBLIC EXHIBITION ONE DAY ONLY MGR. M0NTAGNINI DEAD. 'Xnlli'itn i.i-I..xi'k Oxer l,(iss (if lre lllte Wlin llleil In llerltn. Ili'MK, Hit l'ii)ie puis ,mil I'.ndlniil Min del Vul. tne I'.ip.il .v'ecn tury of St.it. . xi te ureatly crl.ved tn-'biy whin illfiUIlleil fli'lll llellln nf the (I'lltll Of Mur. .Mont. mil. nl, w ho underw .'in mi cpe ni tion ii few i!as ami pt tin o. it trniibl". Tin- prelate was exee-iUndy well liked by Cardinal .Meiiy del Vul, mid when tile rtl.lttnns I'VlstltlK 1'ilweell l'r.llire ami the Vatican wen- severed lie oulled Ui"ti Mi.r. .Mnntaim'.nl tn take cliarKe (it the Nunciature .ifter the I'apal Nuneln. Mcr. I.nrtnzi ill. left Paris Mcr. Muntau- llilll wis Intel ixpill'd I''. I'li-mi'- ("; ni' iic, au end was nppnint."! to n pi.st in the (lillie nf tile 1'Hplll Seen t.uy nf State. TIlO plel.lt" relll.l.llill there until last winter, xvln n he was teleetot as the VulK-.inS si'.-clnl (ixn tn I'liliinibln t'lirilin.il Meiry del Vul tbuiiirbt n intirli nf the MntisU-uiir that when he xvi nt to 1 . ii 1 1 1 1 1 to attend the rnrnnatlnu o I KiiiK IMunid he tnnk htm with him. Many of the Vntb'in mpil ils cmnteil the pr.-l ite ns their f'leli.l and they feel bis death lis a personal lns MRS. ISABEL C. BARROWS. SmicIuI WnrUrr, 1' li sleln ii . iitlior and Inslrr of Mini?' l.miKunK'. Mrs Isihel ( Itar""ws. widow of Samuel June I'.irr.'Ws, pre" dent of the International l'nson ('onuiess nnd as sm iated w.fi her hiislan I Ii. " c.al woili, ibid xeslerd.iy innriniiK at the home ot her .1 ni'.htcr. Mrs. Henry Ita -mond Mussel, at ('rnton-on-Hudsnii af ter an illiies). of scxeral mnntbs. Mrs 1'. in'" w.ts 'v eais old She was born nt Irasburp, Vt . and was the ii'itHiiiter of 1 'i- llctu-i- Hayes aid Anna i llbb. After atUndlUK Adunn Academy, at lierrv. N. II. s!..i onme to New York nnd studied Uiedlcltie. rcclx.nc her de of M. li Mio was married ill 1 S 1.1 tn William W'.lhorf.irtv Cbaiiln. a mls- , slonarv and xicnt with him lo India. II" l;"i Mid she was married to Mr. ill.., I In Ilaiinws tn xeais later , While Mr llanovs was secrelary tn i William II Seward Mrs Harrows juac- I -ed in Washington ns an oculist Then she learned steiioirraiihv and was the m .t worn in htenour.ipl'.i : emplnied in the ut ite I ' partm.-nl l.'iter she li.. Hue :i Mi. late editor of tlie (Vinifbni .V.;lstrr ..I i:..st.'ii, of winch her husband xvas editor Mr Harrows -wont tn Vienna and L.epslc, where she took post-Krnduatc .-nurses In medicine. Sho xvas one of Pin tlrst txvo women to be admitted to , in. -Ileal courses in the 1'niviTMlty of VUnna, the other helm: Mary Saf-fo-d. and was the tlrst worn in to operate upon the eye at either of the."" European institution. Sho edited tho "Proceedings of the Ciinfeienc" nf Charities anil Coin's turns ' i foe twenty ve.irs and was asi-o'-:ate edi tor nf tho Chrlntldii Hi ulster for sixteen xeais lie, aus" nf her ki'sji of mani I lamiii.m'i's she acted as no-rotary and 1 steiini;iaphlc reporter for manv Interna I tlon.il cniutresscs where xarlou Ian ruiKes xieie spoken The Friends of P.usslan Pieedom In New York sent Mrs. Hal-rows to St. Peteisbiiu: In lOO'.i lo Inlereide with the i Husslaii premier. M Stulypln on behalf . nf Mme. HriMbknx-sky ami Nloliol.is Tchaikovsky, the onmpnser, whn had been i Imprisoned Tchaikovsky was i pleased on I bail, but Mill". Ilreshkox'skv was sent to Sibei t.i. ir narrows men wane ins xvlfe was abroad on this mission. .Mis. Harrows was a contributor to the Outltitik. the S'iisuw, the iiifrirtufriif and the N( w York 'i ciiiiio 7'ii. REAR ADMIRAL MAYNARD. 11 n 11 Who I'lred First liol of !inn Isli Wnr Is lli'inl, IMstiin', Oct "a Hear Admiral Wash burn Miiynari!. P. S. .N , tctlred, .lied ally this morning at .1 s-initailuni In Newton Ci litre, at-'ril i'.;i years. Ho went there from bis homo In New-putt tn hx treated for 11 coinpllcntliui of diseases 1 shoit time aim, Ailnilinl Mayiianl llred the Hrst shut of the Spanish war on pnl 23, UO. x hen ciimniaiiillii'i Hie puiibnai Nashville , olf Key West Tli- next .l i'. Ih" minbo'ii 1 xi as euttliii; cable at Ctenfu. cos, C11I ,",!', when! Wnsliliuin was ivounilul in inei . chest HENRY PEMBERTON. JR. lien lb I'ollini llpel'lllliill III llnspl- Plillodelpblll. Oct :.i - Henry Pern Itiinwn In society and 1 H.v, died Ft id'O nlRbt lluspltal, following an (III In PlIII.AtlKI.I'lll X, bei ton, Jr , w . II club 11 ru In H is In the Jeffeison m n."- -v ll II ri Rare Modern and Antique SEVRES CHINA and PORCELAINS on Tuesday. October 28 from 1 p. m. la 5 p. m. on board the nw quadruple icriw FRENCH LINE S.S. FRANCE at Pier 57 North RlT.r. foot of W. 15th St. III!-! THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED 1 LH operation three weeks nno for an ulcer In the stouiiu h Mrs I'-n-bei ton's mother. Mrs. Joseph K I.oxeiim; of S'lmol House lane, (!er in.'iiiliiwn, is In n x.ry serious rnnditletn In the ( ierniaiitnwn Hospital fiom a major (iperatlrm performed last Tuesday. She is ln'iiik- kept In Ignorance nf tbo death of In r Min-ln-bixv Mr I'einberton Is survived by his xvlfe ainl time ihililnn. lMnln It. f'nte. It Case stuck and Imiiil broker. olTlce in .let sex ('tty, (lied (ill lMu in with an Kriday iilnht In his apaitments at the Hotel Here.sfnnl. Manhattan. Mr. Case wis born in .b re i',ty and was srad u.itrd from thi llasbtmick Institute. 11" was i'O .xeais old His wile, who xxns M..-S Uiinly Six llot, a s.m, lleibirt II i'a.-e. .md i d.-iiiKhter, Mis. t'arol Hoyt Iy. tt, stirvlxe him .Inseiib XVItel. I Joseph Witzel, "bo bep.tn his career In this iiiiiiitiy as a cobbler and made I'olnt ' View- liroxe one of tho bintest outlnK re , sorts In the vicinitx of New York clt.x. was know ii to many blK politicians and made a fortune uf several hundred thou ' sands nf dollars, died suddenly of heart i ilWeasi" In his lintel at Secnnd avenue and Tenth strict. I'nlleKe I'olnt, yesterday nf tcrnn.ui, aiTnl "'. ears. I In xvas burn In I l-'ulila, i ici man , and came to this conn tr In leii In AtiKiist, l'.mri, be nnd his Wile celebrated their coldell WdldlnK Mrs x'lt?cl and two sons survive him. Addison I'. Huberts. Addison I' Huberts, a member of the Quaker C!tx I'.ul'i' v Company of Cn7 Ku. t"H Mi . ot. 'llnl xestcnlay nt hl home, r. r. Vet lf'1th street lie was ,".n xears old a' d i in mber nf the I'llnct ni Ciih MARRIED. WAC.NHIl- .MAIIHII. -Oll Saturday. OMnr-r -f. In St Pauls Chtirih, .tsrnn. N .i 1 v til liu l Stuurt lliimlltoil, ie. to! Surah ilrlsiiol.l. il-niKhtrr of ilie iste fir lain .1. Mnri.li nf I'ati'rsnn, to 1 In 111 pt.in W.iirm r ef X'rtll I'm. Is, Carolina. Willi" North DIED. CAM' On Krllii. Oi lol.cr :i mil r.tnln Ita nor ('.n'l' ruiiernl sril.-i will t. h'l'l nt his Inn reslilsnce. t West i;rIii -tlrst ir."l. on Sunday. iviobr V. at ( n 1 li" k COOPHIt. .Xt hr resl lence. r,t ffi Nlni'ty eluhtli "Ircet. on Snttn .tin (, tnlier "'. 11(13. xt;,Ki:irt inip,r In her t'fli clelith eir. Nntl' e ef fmiernl iieriafler M'.ntnna i'ip.-rs j 1 1 e n o c.n . IHt.I.eiN Siiiblenl). nl ids rislden. , I.' Solllni 'i w street, Pert Chester, V Y . I.iotnlier VI, l!'i:t. .Minirlie iiln Funeral from tho i-luirili nf nur l.ilt -r MiT.'y. Mon.bix. iii-iiiher . ", ut 1 1 ,. M lntsrment nt Norfolk. Conn IIOIIHHTS - on ortot-.r l'S. 1 I a x .i F. itnliorlH, at ills rest'lriii'o .. w .",1 lunill stnet, Nw "lk .11). In. i'l fiftieth 5 ear nf Ills nee. I'llll'M-ll pllV.lte Silli'WAY. At his lolilen.e ? XX t Nln.'U -fi.iutli Mireei. mi s.iiniiii' Oi' (i.lier '.'. 1!H3. .Inhn lliirll'..k hi " slxteoiitli em nf his .-iBc e liu ' ' 'f Chnrli's M .111.1 I'l.irenie lh.il" sliitc Nntli e nr funeral liltt-t- WITZF.I.- Su..l"lll. .it Co'loKf '"nl V X nn Smiril.i, 11. tel. or "S. nil, ' ph Wttiel, iiKeil 1 Funernl vlll l" hel'l from his Ihio ilenic, HX flci'nn.l Mlentle, C"l ei-o I V V. nn Tiii'siliiv. (. tol-rr 1 nt '.1 0 A Xt thence In SI I I It In I'titir. h. wliere solemn nnuem 11 i-K .1 be s.ilil fur Hie lepns" if III" mil. I tertnent Mount M Miirx s Cem't"ri. riiiehliic, V Y rNiii;iiTAKi:ii. Frank E Campbell LARCEST ESTABLISHMENT Hi W231ST !T Jl ATtl!" non curijiuiin ui uiHiiRiisicTAntN rincrunrna ucncsrcL""11. mtniiiPIU Un HLIIIUkJ inuniti TIUPHONE CHELSEA 1324. ALWAYS OPEN PRIVATE AMBULANCES AWES ciir.MAToiur.s. iiiTii 1 !OltNT. trlrnllfir and nntiiT mti4. IfUcss MT-WlUUtl.