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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1913-
11 THE WILSON GOWNS NOT TO BE EXTREME Ilul of White House Bride's Dresses Will He Very Modish. ni:nti: is to skxd gift .Mrs. Marslmll Will Pick Our, J'reseiit, Kaeh Senator tn (live $10. VINCENT ASTOR AND HIS FIANCEE WSmi.v .ton, Nn , Ml Joule Wll- i ft'i rt).-l lit the White IIimikc thin eve- u f n -in lier few il.iys ,tny In New Ynrk u rf. he .ittetuletl to the tlnlalilmr tiuioliea 'v i w. ldnii! irnwn mill other iletitlls of ' t ..ufM'iiu. 'I'll' uel.lniK town. iirctnilltiK tn thoae j mi in lln' secret, Id to bo of white .t'u. nun tinted ulth lone n.irntw train .. nl trlnimi'il with valuable lace which has i.i t i" f .im.l v for tiuny yeare. W iKn'i l tn 1 1 mill slemler anil the ni s ilr.i il lines of the fashionable conns ,'. f.it-imely lienimtaR tn her. She has ; lonil ha'' anil the fniiilll.tr Uteri; eiylu .if lin r il.ins ilththe coll elose about ' e he i,l ; tlir mint lieooniitu to her. T-.:- f.iii -hi li.nl uilnjiteil the m wov mylc ,.' irirfli thi- liilr In the middle, ili.iivltm ,ii!u i iliiely Inn., ami lintchltnt It , ; .r. t1,!' I'lii k uf the Itend. tiui tfiliiK away noun, recently rnni- , Vfit h.r,-, ! of tin- new h hit tie of Mile . n ii oioaili'loih. matin Hlinply Ilk" the wUilniK -,-imn, tmt following pie-o-nt riillti ,e;al to lc uiuilluli but not trc i.t Dinner im n ot White rhil, A illii'itr emvn of much beauty Is of vi'Utt' velvet, .mil Is said to be t'i most ' eiut.f ill cu.-itutne In the trousaeiiu. The I'.ufi is loin; rnni pointed ami tlm alecves ,.nt HIM" r pint of the Unlive aie of white. Iffon vs. til a cievei Iniiitiliiu of heavy I....I.I...-. ... ..'., IU f.M.I T.lU . mil tut ii.ieil us .i leeepi.un e,'ouii because ,f Die ,,'ll- Hani ami Uimui-tr niek. Vnoti" r i.onn foi a!. v. noon we. u W of , Illl' Kit I, 1111,1 JllHUOW l.ILt, lll.llle Sllort, u.jr.J iih-'tn with a I u ii.ecl of lace snd all u;e. .Mr U ..Mm . u.vii for tl.i- unld.n will be of sui ra and the kihwh lor the attendants aie tn L.e of ili.iped ehillon In orchid (v'tute. it ls salil. 'I'Ih-m ale be lieved i' .n eoiiiM' of cons.tuction In 1 1 jit i ;ih i , u In ie itiu.iy of tli" in al .- hats mid il.ithen lin- nu.le. She ptiupx there frtnjinntij with her mother anil sisters ni.d ll.vy find ii easiei, us tin ale not so mWij' n ct 4ii..' d as tie- a.- in ttas.iitu l. n. The) UiU.ulj motor oier 111 their big tn..' II. I. J The I. a. eiit'-.tamniitit foi I'll tiiide cut liei, e ne. m.i. n.ilie l a luiniitoii Milnh Mis. M.llliein. lte Of tile .-eoltlaiy uf thi .nv ill kim' nn .Novuiioi r 14 in her suou. i.ui Home, Mtirb' uai, on Wood Uy lutie. WitlilliiK liltl rroni llu- !rnte. Till Senate of the I'nlteil lies will I'rcn"nt a wedding Kill lo .Miss U'IIjoii ti. niim t orn llu in a- a lnl and the menibeis an eoiui ibutmn 1" aea lonaid an atnitoiilaie inisunl. Tn-s loimniiieu iiiv.n- it .n m,t iite is ii'iiuuscd of Sena Ion .Martlne. H.iion and uwiui.tn, no hmc kLlil the mutter u nuli as lusel "I Jut I who will be chosen to select the Fdt tins not b"i?ii ilicidnl. but U HoL.ibl , tl on Mm. M.tiMiali, ifi- of the uf j is lib lit. who Is lAim'lwl to leluin lo i Uaahirttfton next ttk tioin ArUotu, I h' i nt uml aith the Vlei-I'iesiduiit lo sit i n.' i-aientn, Jud;e and Mm. K.iii!"-. j illss Hieanor wllooii. younitest u.iuKii tir oi the 1 ritlUtut, imnle a iiiolor trip !' Annaiio'ds to-da to take lunibeon s. the Navv-Uueknell tootbull came Aituii'.)ianj Iiik Miss Wilson wire lr cuest. Miss Mall, nltd tine" ount, e.li, n, riit. Frank MiCo, Cajit. Met IT ami i.ieiit. I'laKkitt. 'I'beJ weiu chai nulled b Mm. Wilsons seinetary. Miss Hastier. They mic the luncheon yumls of mc siiiit.iliili'."ndent of the Naval Aiud uny and Mrs. .lolui 11. illbbuns and went nitli them lo the unini, motorlliK Imnie illstety afteiwurd back to the White lb use. The Secntary of the Navy and Mrs. Paniils b'tt this afuinoon on the Uol I'' in mr Nevtport News for the week end. Thi had thtlr three sons and a sister .'f Mis Daniels with them. They will r.tuin Monday. To-inonow the tjiere imv will tnHke an addicss at Niwp6rt .Sikh, The Asslbtant Secretary of the Treae i.i j rind Mrs. Chillies Hamlin have leased ti.c-li'iusc at the corner of Nineteenth and ftrits, nmtliwest, owned by Miss Anne rmpew I'aiildlni;. lUxe of ex-Senator IX I ijv of New York. l.i urKc uutlerlillt nt Cnpllnl. (lor, rite Vandeibllt has tiriived In W.ish ,1,1k hi at Ins K street home. Mrs. Van drrbllt will not Join hint for any length time until alter Christmas. He Is Making ImprovcmentB and rcpHlm to the ' use. which was formerly owned by tlio widow of Senator M. S. uay ami iplnl by the HuntliiBton Wilsons snd ix-KiTiotary I'aul Morton of the Navy. M' John Hay, widow of the fate Sec- t.u of State, has leturned to her WjshltiKton homo for the winter. She ii 'I be Joined by her children at Thanks-s.i.nu- for their annual family reunion. Mis. Mepheii . Klklns ha returned to 1 ir K stteet residence, trom Klklns, W. . where she spent the past three v'ks iiiirt where her daughter, Kath s was married about two weeka aBo t., Wtloatn V. n. Hltt of this city. Nnlri, of the Social World. v s Hcorirc'W. Vnderbilt has (tone to Wn-hliiBtiw, I). C for a brief visit. M William Ulsston has returned from U ot Knlphar Springs. W. Vii., and Is fie ltlU-Carlton. where shfi will b ' m to-il.iy by her daughter. -Miss l'l 1 lie Ulsslon. I and Mis. J. K. Alrlied, who have ii M4litK the autumn at their noun- y p i f. In Glen Cove. I.- I" a'e nt tlie . k'h for the winter. M J Todhimter Thompon has r -' hei hoiiie, I" Kaat Seventy-elKlitn i et for the winter. Me iri Mm. Krank D, Cheney, who ' i.is-nK the autumn at tiielr country , i in South Manchester, Conn., nro at ' li..in for a brief visit, t.ililce tournament will be held In tho 'eii of the (intham to-morrow aftor ii lor the benefit of the Home for ' ' tilled Children. v- and Mr. A, H. HlacUbtirn have an ' ri the timrrlBKe of their ilaunhter, ' M.ir l.owile lllaekhurn, to Rdimitul ' v. Shrpjiard of Toronto, which took I'J' f on Octolter 15 In Ht. Ucorge's i ir h, Vancouver, U. C, In w Vork To-Uy. Vii erirnn Jewish Committee, tncctlnit. Id. 1. 1 inn, in. fin A M nml 2:30 I. M. I'.iu.in'u t'i,iiiom nililress by Dr. Fred- ' li c Homo on "A Ucttcr City," Cooper I ion s M, Harlem Socialist KocUm, ailrtreas by 'riinnas lllihiirdson. I'abst'a Colliieum, Vifth avenuo nml UOth street, S r. M. In lute by Mmnia 1101(1111811, Harlem Msronle Temple, 126th street and trfnox avnlii., 1 Kxhlhnirin of Morgan books nnd manu 'erlps, Aery Library, Columbia IJnlver Mty. afternoon. .Manhattan Single Tax CIUD, nnoress si - saw ZMmmm. i-5 '"BfallllllllBLlllllllllllVjLIIIIIIIIIIIIHIs v'aBR-LLLLLLLaVMPamBBLLLLLLLLH ' K 'ftt'(il- ypl' 1 HUB , vjy II S'Jrtttc ' irt IIHJ IbIjI HENRY ELIAS HOWLAND. Former Juilvr and I'roiiilneiit Mem ber at the Itar Dead at 78. Kx-Judao Henry Kilns I lowland is dead of apoplexy nt his home, 10 Hast Tenth street, In Ills sovcnty-ttlnth year. Death was not sudden. Mr. Howland was bom nt Wnlpole, N, I!., In 1836. He was tho son of .Aaron P. and Hulda (Hurke) Howland. The history of the Howland family In New , Kngland Is known from the time of the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers. I Mr. Howland was graduated from Yale , University In ISM with degree of A. II. nnd In 1893 received his degree of A. M, He took his law degree at the Harvard Law School nnd shortly nfterward came to this city to practise, having been nit mltted to the bar the" year of his grad uation. During the civil war ho enlisted ns a i sergeant In the Twenty-second New York I regiment, and served 111 the field (lM','; 1863), coming out as a captain. ! His practice Increased very rapidly after the war. In 187.1 ho was appointed Judge of the Marine Court by (lov. From 1875 to 1877 he was a member of the board of Aldermen. In is mi he was president of tho department of taxes, re ceiving his appointment from Mayor Cooper. Mr. Howland In bored unceasingly for the advancement of Yale University and since l92 had been a fellow of the Yale Corporation. Although he lived mi e trcinely busy life he found time for much charitable nnd civic work, He was presi dent of the Manhattan State Hospital for the Insane (1895-1005). He was presi dent of tho Society fort he Preservation of the Adirondack nnd led the fight In 1901 ngnlnst the spoliation of the forests by contractors. He was a warden of the Church of the Ascension. He also served as president of the Unl veislty Club ( 19U1-1901 ), the Century As sociation anil of the New KiikIiiihI So ciety It had often been said of Mr, I low land that as to.istmaster at a banquet or a nib dinner he was without n peer, lie belonged to a numhtr of the more promi nent clubs. Mr Howland was a member of the law flrmof Mm my. Prentice & Howlmiil, .17 Wall street He was an attorney in many famous cni.es and had the reputa tion of being vi ry convincing before a Jury He was also a writer of great force, frequently contributing to legal nint other magazines, hx-Jtidge Howland Is survived by his wife, two sons, Charles P. nnd Pr. John Howland. and one daughter. Miss Fran ces L. Howland, In business with Horough President Lewis' II. Pounds of ilrooklyn, died on Friday nt his home, 4 89 Mast eighteenth street, Ilrooklyn, In his sixtieth year He was . . ... .1. A......ll.. .t.H.,.nln.ll,iti promineni in me jii-uhjiiih .icuw.ttii.c. ; and was n member of tho board of for eign missions, ins wue ami mo sunn survive ti I III. j Mm, .Inne II. Hot limit, The body of Mrs. Jane U. Oolhout of 218 Madison avenue, who died at Lucerne, Switzerland, on Seplemlrr 13, was brought to this city on Friday on thu North Herman l.lod liner lletllii by her son, Dr. William Oothoilt of 22 West Fiftieth street. Mrs. Oothoilt bad been spending In r summers at Lucerne since 1800. Sho was 83 M-ars otd. Her father was (leorge Morgan, n prominent New York anil New Orleans banker in i ien tury ago. Sho married William (lothoiit In HI 3 and after lilt death sho estab-, llshetl a summer home In Lucerne, lie- sides her son, Dr. Oothout, ono daughter survives her. She Is Mrs. Karrlok lllggs, i wife of thu Washington banker. Mr. and Mrs. lllggs live In Paris tmnsl 1 mum. August Young, who died on Thuisdiiy at his home, 117 Dean street, Ilrooklyn, III his srventj-llfth year, was well known i as a pottralt attlst. lie painted the por traits of Mayor Iaiw and Mayor Whitney that hang In the gallery of the lloiough Hall. Ill early life he was a teacher of drawing and painting In the art school of thv Cooper Union. He was one of rTi" oldest members of Ilrooklyn Council, It. A. mm? .Minnie S. Cornell. Minnie S. Cornell, who was associated Mrs. Wlllani P.. IIIimiiIu I. MnvTi't Atn. N. J., Nov S. Mr. Jean eltn HlnodKOod, 43 yeats old, wfe of Will- , lain 11, Hlondgnod, dl'd lo.ilny nfter an Illness of scleral months of Internal can-, i cer. Hefore her marriage she was .Miss .lealiette liw of New v orlt city. She was prominent In mtislr.r! circles In Mont clalr anil belonged to the Upper Montclalr Choral Soi-letv. Hi sub s her husband, two daughters sin vlvc her. I MnJoa Wllllnm II. II. I ron ell. Major Wi'linni It, II Crow ell, 72 years old, who i eti red from the UiiIIimI Stales army in "inn utter thirty v ars of aetlv service, ded last Wtdnesday In New I York. He was a cH il war veteran, having I enlisted as a private In Company F, Ohio Artillery, In ISi'.l. He was a member of tho New York Army itnd Navy Club. Chnrlr C, ItubliiMiii. Chirles C llolilnson, a salesman, of 130 West Klxtretlth treet died oi Fr'day "f heart disease at Msmaroneck, N. Y. He was 4' years old Hn b axes :i young fn ASTOR ENGAGEMENT OF WIDE INTEREST Miss Huntington Conies of Kuiiiil.v I'roiniiient for (jeiiei'jitiou. MAHHIAtiK HATK NOT SlTI' I'robiiiilv Will Tnke l'luce in the Sprinir nt Stiiiitlnir on Hurt-on. Mr. and Mrs llnbert I' Huntington made formal annoum cuient yeterdav at their iiiilntiy pliue. llopelatiil llou, Staalbiirg on HiiiNnu. of the engagement nt tl,d.it- filler daoi-'hter. MI- Helen Dlns- itioie Huntiiitflon io Vincent Vxtor. son of' wood, the Astor villa in Newport, and Kern- year and they generally pass tho winter at the Hotel lleltnont Mls Huntington is a niece of Kord Hunt ington, who lives with his mother, Mrs. Mice Kord Huntington, at 0SO Lexington aeuie. She is a tall and nttraethe blonde and ileioted tn outdoor life, Her father's Plaie in Staatsburg Is not far from the Ator eoiuitry place, Kernellff, and young stor has been ono of her friends alnce childhood. A week ago yesterday Miss Huntington was one of the Ifridesmalds at the wedding of Miss Nancy Cordon Steele, daughter of Mr and Mrs diaries Steele, and Devereiii Mllburn, which was celebrated in the Church of the Advent In Westbury. I,. I. At that time there' was no rumor of the forthcoming engagement. The other members of the bridal parly were the Misses Kathryne Steele, .losephlne Osborn, Marlon -llolllns, Lisa Stilliniin. Kleannr I.e Hoy Lawrence and Saral) Kemsen Mitnlee. Miss Hunting Ion i one of three children She has a sincr, younger by scleral years. Miss Mica lord Huntington, and a brother, Itobert Dlnstnoro Huntington. Inherited Vast Fortune. Vincent Astor, who will be li years of age on Saturday, tame into possession of his vast fortune. Inherited from his father, a year airo. llesides the great amount of real estate In this city, he inherited Beech- tho lute i.ol, John Jacob As'or, by hi- tit -t marriage and heart or the Astor lamuy in this lotinlrv. The engagement Is "lie or the mnt notable in many years and l of wide Interest Item as well a In Kurope Vincent Astor has been reported as eneaged many limes without anv good reason, and while It was rumored last spiing thai ho mlKht become engaged to Mls Huntington, lb" rumor was promptly denied. Mivs Huntington comes Irom n family prominent in New Vork for several Genera tions, her father's family being one of the oldest In Kentucky Her mother was Miss Helen (.ray Din-more, a daughter of the late William II. Dliistnore. Jr . of this rlly. who married Miss Helen K Adams of Cam bridge, Mass., whose father was the rounder of tho Adams KM'ress Company. The Dinstnore family has been one of great prominence In New ork socletv. The great grandparents of Mi Hunting ton, the late, Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Dins more, lived for many years at : Fifth avenue and at the Locusts, their splendid country place In Staatsburg. which w one of the most evlenstvo in that section, Mr filnirmore, was for many years president of the Adams Kxpress Company. Leaders In Society. In the palmy days of the old Academy of Music the Plnsmorea had ono of the pro scenium boxes, something muih to lie desired In IhoMi days when New Vork society was smaller, and on the opposite side of tho house was the Astor hoi;, where appeared on all great occasion Mrs. Astor, the grandmother or Vincent Astor, who for years was the acknowledged, leader of sociotyhore. ThonrstWllllam.il Dlnsinnro wan a collector of paintings, famous In his day, and his countiy houso mam always kept open for lh friends of lbs family The Locusts I all estate of 1,100 acres extending to thu banks of tho Hudson, unllkn any of tbe other estates In that section. On tbo death of Mr. Dlnsmore. HT this filace was left conjointly to his two sons, William II. Dlnsmore, Jr., and Clarence firay Dlnsmore, who alternated In its occuapney lioth sons are dead. ti. u,irlintr of Mr. and Mrs, Huntington, which was celebrated In the little church of clllTe the country place In lUilnecllfT, N Y Ho also inherited the steam yacht Noma, which ho kept in commission all last summer, making frequent trips between Newport and this city, although he was in Newport but a short time. His mother, Mrs John Astor, was at lleeehwood until the sudden death of her brother, barton Willing, in I'huladelphia early In September Mr. Astor Is devoted to outdoor" sports and he Is keen on the sub ject of aiitomobillng. having several high POHCt cam Bv the death of his father on the Tltanio he was called upon lo assume rssponslhill ties unusual for one of his age and he seems to bear Ihem with dignity Ills career at Harvard I niverslty was cut short owing to his fulher's death as he lias been obliged lo attend personally to the great interests of the estate Last winter he was with his mother and sister at the homo of Lloyd S. Hryce, whith they leased for the winter, and quite reiently Mrs. John Astor has leased for this season the hoiua of Harry li. Jlollln. r. West Kilty-slxth street, where she will be for th winter with her children- During the rei-ent campaign for the Mayoralty Mr. Astor was much Interested, and in the winning party. It is expelled that the wedding will he celebrated in Staatsburg early next spring, but no date has been mentioned for it, Mr. Astorlsat Kernclirfo with his mother and sister, where they went last Tuesday. CABELL SHEPHERD,' Sontbrrn Writer Marries a Widow of IMchmondt Va. IttcitMONP, Va., Nov. 8. The wedding of Mrs. Prlscllln Bradley Shepherd, widow of Kmmett Albln Shepherd and daughter of William Joseph Bradley, to James Branch Cabotl, novelist and magarlne writer of this city, took place this morn ing at the bride's home, Dumbarton, The Hev. Kmest K. Osgood, rector of Kmmnuuel Church, performed the cere, inony, assisted hy the bridegroom's cousin, the Ituv. W. Hussell Bowie, rector of St. Paul's Church. Tho bride's sister, Mrs. Kdgar Black Wallers of Garden City, L. I was matron of honor, and Itobert tum ble Cabell, 3d, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. other attendants were Ford llurtt, ORANor, N. J Nov. 8. Mlsi Mahe) Florence Hurtt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron F. Burtt, was married to-day to Walter Bernard Ford of Pittsburg. Pa., in St. John's Church by tho Hev, Francis Heilly, cousin of the brlilegiouin. tleverlev It. Munford nnd Miss t'rfacllla w mi ii " " - . . i - - - : - ; " . Staatsburg in Juno of 1802, was ono of Hie Shepherd of Garden city, most brilliant of tpai time, i no .iew i ors guests went up on a special train, nnd after the wedding there was a breakfast at The locusts, the. tables being placed throughout the great country house and on the ve randas Aftr the breakfast tho bridal part)' danced n Virginia reel, on Ilia lawn. Mini lu lltipelniitl House. Of lalo year Mr. and Mrs. Huntington have lived at llopcland House, which was built on Ilia Dlnsmore esUtto, coming to town for tli" winter. Their daughter was Introduced to society two yearn ago in New York, bill without any particular formality, Miss Huntington is a niece of William 111, Dinstnore, 111" lliirtl lo bear that name, 'who lives most of the year lu Tuxedo, and 'b.rore II was town down at the old lionin of his father, 7 Fast Fort) -seventh ,sree. laughter, , He married Miss Marlon tie I'eysler I 'a rev, , , i daughter by ncr lost mart iag u ine i.tie Mm. Illcharil Delnfleld Mr i"iiisinort' Is i'i member or tli" engineering and banking i firm of Melkleliiiiu A Dlusnmtc Miss HunllliKlon'a aunt, Miss Mde!ciii by rtohert Baker on "Democracy: What Dimmore. wno iiui'm " "" ,,. pull particulars I me. TltH WISH . .1 ' . " . ' . ... ni - v llvuu wlIJi hnr tiuitbpr i t....,. ni.-iou.tii ,'fi i.a i.-i..i...... . is it. 47 Weat Foriy-ieconu ureei, 'iin -.', . " nur, n..,.. v., ..v. up, pu., m nlnV 'at The I.oeusts for the greatei part of the' Pittsburg. rna. llUKeiip A. Lane Oend, ItlliilKWOOp, N. J Nov, 8. Ftlgene A. lame, clerk of the Hoard of Hilucalloit of Hldgewriod, died at his home, 3 Frank lin uvciiue, on Friday night at the age of 03. He wan lu the real estate bust lies mid had been ti insurer ot the First Herornied Church for several years. Mr. Lane was born In New York. lib is survived by his wife,, s son and a rrKHos.ti,. 1111 uli"- iin'l lie.nitltiil, online Is irism In lisl'l'lnes, I.t lis relel the liinei- trrit of Inve hiiiI lit . Irt us I'll inn the wise t Hteiil nt ion, I" W"l I"" 'l'"l imin ril Announcement of Public Sales by the Anderson Galleries " Where the Hoe Library was Sold " Mailtinn Aientie at Fortieth Mreet sw t"rW Part II of the Napoleon Collection of WILLIAM J. LATTA of Philadelphia NOW ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION The Greatest Collection in the United States relat ing to Napoleon and the French Revolution. Auto graphs of Napoleon and members of his family. Minia tures, Bronzes, Paintings, Original Drawings, Caricatures, Bust Portraits, the Civil Marriage Certificate with Jose phine, the last letter of Charlotte Corday, Gold Boxes presented by Napoleon, and other beautiful Objects of Art once owned by the Emperor. To be sold in Ten Afternoon and Evening Sessions beginning on Monday Afternoon, November 1 7th. Illustrated catalogue of 400 pages describing more than 3000 Lots free on applica tion. Art Collection from Henry Hilton and Augustus H. Vanderpoel Estates to be sold by order of the Executors with consignments from C. G. Francklyn and J. F. Alexander, nnd property of the late Justice Henry BischofT of New York. Embracing Statuary, Bronzes, Porcelains, Artistic French and English Furniture, Oriental Rugs and English Silver. The Hilton consignment removed from the resi dence in Saratoga, includes the Notable Collection of Statuary long in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: the famous "GREEK SLAVE," by Hiram Powers, which A. T. Stewart bought for $11,000, and "Zenobia in Chains," by Harriet Hosmcr, first shown in New York in 1864, also .from the Stewart collection. The Furni ture is of the highest artistic quality. The Collection of English Silver Is one of unusual interest, embracing a George IV. Tea Service, Wine Coolers, Urns, a magnificent Epergnc of 1765, a Tea Service of 1827-08 and many other rare and beautiful pieces. The entire Collection is now on Public Exhibition and will be Sold without reserve on the Afternoons of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 10th. Ilth and 10th. Other Important Announcements Later Sales begin at 2:38 and 8:15 o'clock. Catalogues are mailed free of charge on application by intending buyers. Unequalled facilities for the exhibition and sale of important art and literary collections. Correspondence invited. The Anderson Galleries Anderson Auction Company Metropolitan Art Association Public Sales of Art and Literary Property 7i:i.i:rn.Ni: miiikw nii.r, ;imo !14 IHij m I i i m m rml m m IP in ii riL i kiii in "al I 111 i m m m E Ail h If i MARRIED. ll.Mlllir.AN COItaoN, Siituribi). Novem Mr s. nt th' Chun h nt III" Trans llauratlnn, by the Hev. Dr. Iloilehttm, liertruiln Cors'in I" Edward ! nilell llsrrlRaa. I'lillnuellihl.i imiiers please rop. Jackson pouckt on Nsiuni.iy. ."- v ember . Ilhry A. Jarkson, mofnf Mm. ,lnli H. Jrki)n of Wllmlnstun, Uil In kM Aatif" K. ttoueet, ilnmhter nf Mr and Mrs. Krancls jv. Uouift ut Mfrilnnif. Mi. DIED. IIIIAI'II -On .Vnienil'ei 1J1.1, at Mnrrlt tnun, S, J. Krederlek Htle Hem h III Ilia nlxtJ'-ntlh )'r snn nf the lute I'i) I u minis lleach and Hun tinier- Hfiali, Notlr ef funrrarhertatter. DIED. Unrestricted Public Sales - At the American Art Galleries ' Madison Square South, New York Under the Management of the American Art Association Tomorrow (Mon.) Evening, Nov. 10th, at 8:30 o'clock. An Almost Complete Collection of the ETCHINGS of Sir Francis Seymour Haden Collected manr ier o by W. E. L. Dillaway of RnMnn. v On Free View Tomorrow (Monday), 9 a. m. until 6 p. m. NAPOLEONA November 13th to November 21st Manuscripts, Books, Autographs, Portraits and other interesting materials mainly relating to NAPOLEON BONAPARTE AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION the Property of Warren C. Crane. Esq. A Merchant of Old New York. "The most Extensive Collection offered for Sale at one time in this Counlru." FREE VIEW BEGINNING TO-MORROW (MONDAY), 10th intt. and continuing until date of aale. '.' Catalogue mailed on receipt of one dollar. The Cottier Collection November 18th to November 25th FREE VIEW BEGINNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. ANNOUNCEMENT The well known firm of Cottier & Company having re moved from their old home on 40th Street to the more desirable New Galleries at 71S Fifth Avenue (Cor. of 56th Street) and being desirous of concentrating their entire efforts to the deal ings in PAINTINGS AND OBJECTS OF ART, have decided to discontinue certain branches of their business, and have authorized the undersigned to Sell at unrestricted Public Sale Their Extensive and Valuable Stock Which conaiats of Stained and Leaded Glass for Town and Conn try Homes Designed and made famous by Daniel Cottier, founder of the firm which bears his name and includes the work of the artists Matthew Maris, F. Vincent Hart nnd others of cqun reputation. Antique Furniture including fine oaken pieces ef the Jaccccan period, the varied furniture of William and Mary times, and the delicate tables and chairs ef the Chippendale and Adam periods. Desirable specimens which have been in the Cottier Collection for many years previous to t,hc present tendency to collect examples of this old-time furniture. The Cottier Furniture Comprising Tables, Cabinets, Chairs and other pieces, the exclusive productions of the firm, which combine the finest of workmanship with the irrti-sr of woods. Beautiful Textiles From European looms and copied from selected designs in the famous museums of the o'd world. Venetian Glass Faithfully reproduced from the specimens in the collec tions ol the Venice, London and other metropolitan museums. Oriental and European Ceramics, Bronzes and Othr Objects .lllutrateil I'atu liiaitr an At led tin reielpt nf 7 r eent. The S.ilci -ill he cenduvteil hv MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY, ai.i.ted by MR. OTTO BERNET of THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgr. 11 lat it.'ltl MrrM, lflllnn V, Snulh, lurk 1 -rfTk.T DIED. liiiOUD on i utility, Nmemher Jeaniietle wife nf Wllllnm I'. 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