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BRIDE OF MR. OSBORM CciTiimny Performed In Madi son venue Fresbytcrinn Church. I,.Ui(ii: HOME RECEPTION flii(..st ltii'liulc Mnny Pistin jruMii'il Helntives of the Vounp Couple. The nfilrlliiR of Miss Margaret U ' p-hit ff i 'i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William '' SchlefTelln, to Frederick Oa torn, a s'" "f 'r. ami Mrs. Wllllnm Church (-i,l,orn took place In the. Madison Avenue. pr(rtitrintt Church yesterday nfternoon In the presence of it large and fashionable rithering of relatives nnd friends. The tcrtmom was performed by thn Kev. Henry Sln.nie Collin, paHlor of tho church, a.j!f!pd l' the Itcv. K. Clowes Charity, nrtor of St. Philip's Church nt Garrison, ' N. Y., near tho summer place of Mr. nnd Mr. Oebiirn. The chancel was banked with palms, myrtle leaves und potted ferns nnd there nere also decorations of whlto roses nnd Ascension title. Heforo tho ceremony there was an orpin recital by Beth lllng ham, organist of the church. Tho pre gramme Included compositions of Verdi and Wanner, l-'or the bridal procession the wedding music from "Lohengrin" was ptajed, ami as the bride and brldegroomj left the church, Mendelssohn a wedding rausli. was heard. I lie llrlilal l'nrt . Tli" bride entered the church with her father She wore u gown of white satin draped with old polyt lace and finished at the lorsage with silver embroidery. Her v d of old point lace, which was a by hr mother when a bride, was held b a spray 01 oiurige blossoms nnd Ml over a long court train, the skirt and train being embellished with orange blojjoms. Among her ornaments was a beautiful diamond necklace. Miss Mary Jay Sihleffelln. sister of the bride, was the nald of honor. Her costume was of nhiie lace over palest pink chlrTon. eom tir.t.l with a tunic of pale blue brocaded rha 'tm use. She wore a hat of white fur faced with pale blue satin and trimmed about tin clown with u curled white ostrich ftaiher and a cluster of pink satin made resis. The bridesmaids were the Misses Ma. l'yne, Allda Livingston. Louise Kii. Mary C. lllshop. Augusta McCagg, .li e Applctun, Gertrude Mall and Helen Hun They were dressed ullke In cos tumes of pale blue brocaded charmeuse, with which were worn hats of white fur bcrd. red with white late and trimmed with pale blue satin bows and clusters til pink satin made rosts. They carried arm bouquets of pink Ktllarney roses. K.i-i Dodge Osborn, brother of tho br legrwm, was best man. The ushers were 1 nn Jay ScriltlTelln. Jr., brother of the L.-id, dllam 11. Osborn. Henry l'alrtleM nrtio'h, Jr.. Clevelund Karl Dodge, John 1 Ja SchlenVlln. William Scott l'yle. K. Haard Itivea and Henry Jlartow Farr of th s itv Matthew Oault of Baltimore, Md Don lid Dodge of Cambridge, Mass. ; Jan,-i Hoyd of Harrlsburg, l'a,, and l:.b ' It. Meigs )f Wayne, I Mime nf Itie Ileeeiitlou tiuests. After the ceremony there was a tecep. tl i. u the homo of Mr and Mrs. Nchlcf- f! S i:.ist Sixty-sixth street. Mr. and ' r Ofcoorn, parents of the bridegroom,' re e.v.d with Mr and Mr. SchlefTelln. Among the guets were Mrs. Klllott K. S'.e.iaid, Mrs. Augustus Dennis Shepard, Mr ud Mis. Rutherford M. Shepard. Mrs. ...am 11. .Schleffetln. Mrs. H. Maunsell SchictTeli.,, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Schlef. felui, M-s. Oeorge It. SchlefTelln. MI Dorothy Schleffetln. Col. and Mrs. William Jay, Mr. and Mrs. August Dennis Shepard, Miss Dorothy it. Shepard. Mr. Flnley J. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. William Church Os- I born. 1'iof. and Mrs. Henry Fairfield Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Olln, Mrs. Vanderbllt. the Countess Siechonyl, Mrs. Alfred U. Vanderbllt. Mr. and Mrs. ltalph S.tnger, Mrs. James Ixjwell I'utnam. Mrs. William duward Webb. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson Webb, Mr. and Mr, F. Kger tonWebb, Mli-s Laura V.Wetib. Jorge Andre, Mr and Mr. John Henry Hammond, Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt. Jr., Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly. Miss lluth Twombly. Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas. Sloane, .Malcolm D. Sloane, Mr. and Mrs. Percy It. I'yne. Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur l-lln. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew. Mr and Mr. Grant LaFarge, Mr. and i Mrs. Cleveland 11. Dodgo, Mls Elizabeth I Iodk-e, Miss Orace Dodge, Mm. Arthur Murray Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Murray W. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Dodge, ieoffrey Dodge, Mr. and Mr. William Karl Dodge, Mrs. Morris K. Jesup, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itusseil H. Hoadley, Jr., Mis Lou.se Hoadley, Mr. and Mr. Osborn Hrlgut. Mr. and Mr. Kranci H, Apple ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto a. Fabbrl, Mr. , and Mrs. William R Osgood Field, Mr. end .Mrs. Arthur Curtlss James, Mr. und Mrs Vt niter It. llacon. Mr. and Mrs. James A ll .rilen, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Farr, Miss J.dl"i Farr, Mrs. J. Frederic Kernochan, Mr ami Mrs. William K. S. Orlswold, Mrs. 1.. r inl Mortimer, Miss Hleunor Mortimer, Mr mid Mrs. John Jay Chapman. Mrs. . M V 11 Johnson, lllshop and Mrs. Kin I .nlHi. i. i. .....i t m... ..I..., ti ll.... sridei. the Misses Alexander, Mr. nnd Mrs John C. Livingston, Mr. und MrB. Oi-nrge I,, Hives, Mr. and Mrs. Halph i'uiltzer Mi. Chester Munroe, Mr. nnd Mrs ,erre .Mali, Mrs. John Markoe, Mr. and Mrs Henry Sturgcs, Mrs. Guthrie N ' ' fn, Miss Mary Nicholson, Mr, and Mrs W lllnm Kellowes Morgan, Mr. nnd Mr I.uuis Jl McCagg. Mr. and Mrs. L'tgn Hunt. Mrs. Guatav E. Kissel, the M s- s Dorothy and Jean Kissel. Mrs. Jtnbrr' I' Huntington. Mrs. Clowe Chorloy, Mrs .1 Hopkins Smith, Mr. William " lyle, Mis I'rtscott Hall nutter, Mr. a'1 Ms William llarclay Tarsons. Mr. r 1 ''m .lulin s nncm Mfss Claire H ' Mlsi Mildred Itlvcs, Mr. and Mr, j ' . in Dick, Hamilton Fish, Jr.. iir. n i Mrs, Stuart Duncan, Dr. nnd Mr. V. I'.-arl, Mrs. Llndley II. Chapln. M ' lail- l'yle, .Miss Kuth I'urve, Mr. - Us Archibald D. ttussell. Mrs. Alex- r vim Itenscelner, Mrs. tlarger Wal- MVs Jeannle Wallach, Mr. and Mr. H1' G. TreMir, the Misses Trevor, Mr. ""Ms Albn M. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J"' McLean, Mr. und Mrs. Dougln 'r' "ii Mr and Mrs. Junius H. Morgan, M nh Morgan, Mr. nnd Mr. Theo .1 Tafl Mr. nnd Mr. Arthur C. Ilf.r G Trevor, tho Misses Trevor, Dr. Mu i. Winthrop. Mr. nnd Mrs. JameB A. j'ur the Mlsxes llelle, Kate nnd ' ' ' Itovee, Henry L. Hunt, Mr, nnd J! William O. Hockefeller, Moncure 'lri ".. Mrs. James Sullivan. Mr. and Mr I'rinii Mebarie, Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Wiisliburn, Mr. and Mr. Henry Phlppg aa M s st. John Smith. Of llUtlnnuiahed Anoeatrr. T1.ii bride on her father aide la a threat. irreut.irr.inf1iliiiiMr nf lh IfltA John Jrfy and u. grcat-nleca of Col. Will- win jay Her paternal grandfather' wai .uw law William II, SchlefTelln. On' tier aiotriera hldu.slie Is a great-gnnddaugh-wr nf the late William II. Vanderbllt and J grnnddaughter of tho late Elliott F. Bnepaid, Mr. Osborn ta a grandaon of the Ui. William Earl Dodge. Ilia alater, Mis Ad.en 0born, married about two 5 earn ago Vnnderbllt Webb, a aon of Mr. " Mrs W. Seward Webb and a aecond rouMn of yesterday' bride. Mr., and Mra. i wborn will live In thla city.- MRS. FREDERICK OSBORN She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jay SchlefTelln. ttfj iil aaa - saaLv W aH BeaaaaaaaBr ' ym&E W tfi saP?l5!i aaW. Iai Copyright. 1VI4, by American l're.n A'ti. ART SECEDERS HANG UNHUNG PAINTINGS Men Who Jlissed Aendemy Fume by lfiiirsbrendtli Hnvo IMvnl Exhibition. URUANIZKI) IX A WEEK 10n rietiues Not Placed 'For Lack of Space" Are Shown by'ArtNts! A distinctly new feature loomed up yes terday In what Is already beginning to be regardid as an unusually lively art sea son. It was the llrst exhibition of the "Accepted Hut Not Hung" Society, whose members are o,uasl-ucademlclans, wouldbe academicians ; urtlsts, In short, whu got so far us to have their paintings accepted by the Jury of admissions of the present Winter Academy, but whose pictures were finally refused a place upon the acauemy walls by the "hanging committee" for "lack of space or other reasons." In the flood of dWcusslon and academy criticism arouted by the discovery that works of such distinguished merit as the sculptures by Mile. Jane l'oupoulet had been rejected as unworthy by on unsus pecting Jury, all sorts of threats were formulated by the urdent younger artists whose hopes had often been trampled upon by that Bame Jury. The angriest group of crltlclser did not seem to be thoso whose works were abso lutely rejected by the staid old academy, but tho greatest wrath was felt by those whose pictures almost got In, those whose pictures were dropped "In the final shuf fle," ns one of the Jury characterized It. Have ION I'ictnrea. These hotheaded young people called a meeting a week ago for organization, and It Is a remurkable evidence of their energy that in that short Interval they have been nble to secure 108 of the "accepted but unhung" pictures from the artists whoso names for u. tlmo were withheld by the Aendemy, have aecured a large luid commodious gallery at 16 West Forty-alxth street, have hud tho proper Installation of electric lights, have got out catalogues and attended to the countless other details of such nn undertaking; all this In u week, blossom ing out yesterday with nn excltuble nnd exciting opening reception. To be sure, they were spared one tlresomo tUBk. They did not huve to reject anything. All were foredoomed to acceptance thla time. Just the same, us u tour de force this feat upon the committee'!! part is considerable. It probably breaks all pre vious speed records. i The committee says it Is not warring upon tho Academy. "It s not nn attempt to create it sensation." It was explained. "It Is not n money making scheme. The purpose of the exhibition is to call public attention to the fact that existing condi tions for exhibiting picture In New York city are utroclous, and that the 351 work of art on the Academy walls fall to give an adequate Idea of the serious worK which Is being done by the urtlst of New York city alone, to say nothing of the national aspect of the matter." fileun Xenell Una No Illusion. Glenn Newell, Ernest Albert and the others upon tho committee of the new organization lire full of enthusiasm for tho society they liavo launched. Mr. Newell ald yesterday! "It Is not that we are under great Illusions nbout our work. Wo are not saying that these nre masterpiece, but wo object to being continually shoved nBlde, and If tho Academy cannot help the younger crowd we Intend to help our selves. No hard feelings In the matter at all. "Wo hnve had ull aorta of assurances of aympnthy nnd wo feel confident our show will have nn nppreclable effect upon the work of next year. Lota of men will paint, knowliw they can ahow with ua, who have given up trying to trim their talent to Academical standard." It la quite 'true there aro no maater plecea among these accepted rejected re accepted canvases. The public in general, no doubt, will fall to comprehend what so much argument can bo about To them the gallerle preaent very much the appearance of the Academy "morgue," . . . Mp IV.M nli.ni.A hntlwav In mm iwm wi ' . : Flfty-aeventh afreet where the worka of duboua merit finally rest nut the artlata who figure In It nnd their frlenda will no doubt gain greatly In exhilaration, and will work ail me ueuer ror u, aa nr. nonffil ' ' . mnnu fh tiftlntlnffa wnrttiv even ofa better- plaoa than the "Morgua' U Jonas Lie's "Evening Hour Woolworth Hulldlng " This In nn nmusing Jeu d'esprit and probably better than the "rath of Gold" by this nrtlst, which Is secuiely In tho aendemy. To be sure, the Wool worth llultdlng Isn't so awfully solid. It shoots up Into the nlr like n rocket, but that Is not n great fault. The treo that rises In tho foreground Is very nttractle. Judging that tree from Tub Sun.'s editorial windows, we should never have supposed It couUI take suih fine lines, but It Is all tho more to the artist's credit that he saw It so beauti fully. Vernon Kills sends a lively nnd nmus ing "Italian Procession" wending Its way by n lake shore, with banners Hying, and with two trees not unlike those Mr. Lie saw In City Hall Park. There l llttlo else worthy of comment Clara Davidson's landscapes nre decora tive, Rudolph Dirk's nnd' Anno Gold thwalte'a sketches are bright. II V. Cock croft's figure and George Macrum's city view are good color, nnd Annie T. Lang's still Ufa Is slashing. Of the sculpture, the lejs said the better. It Is too bad It couldn't stay re-Jetted. Notre of thr Surliil World, Mrs. John I" Gilford will give on Feb ruary 12, Lincoln's Illrthday, at Sherry's n dejeuner dansant. a form of entertain ment iwpular In Nice and other Kuropean resorts. There will bo dancing between the courses, nnd later In the day others will come for tea and more dancing. Mr. and Mr. George J. Gould nre nt Georgian Court, their country place In Lakewood, N, J., to remain until to. mor row. In their houso party are Iord and Lndy Declcs, the various members of the Gould family, Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant Klsh. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips A. Clark and Miss Maude O. Shepherd. Ird nnd Lady Decles will soon go to Canada for u visit at Government House In Ottnwa. Mrs. Arthur Hutledge Pearson will give a small dance at tier home, 100 Cast Seventeenth street on Thursday night Mr. nnrt Mrs Krnptt Thnrnnnn Kntnn will give an Egyptian dinner to-night In one of the private suites of the Hitz Carlton. The decorations and music will be In keeping with the Egyptian Idea. Mrs. Chnries N. Harris, Mrs James B Clews, Mra Stanton Floyd-Jones, Mrs. Geraldyn Redmond and the Countess de Laugler-Vlllnrs nre arranging a concert for the benefit of tho Llttlo Sisters of the Assumption, to bo given nt Carnegie Hall on the afternoon of January 21. Mlas Alma Gluck will bo the soloist nnd tho Philadelphia orchestra will play. Mrs. William Vail Martin of 41 West Seventy-second street will give a the dansant at the 8t Regis on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Gardiner gave a reception yesterday nfternoon nt their new home, 14 West Klghty-slxth street. An Informal dinner followed and later In the evening there was dancing. Mrs. William I. Leeds, who will sail for Europe on Wednesday, gave a small theatre party last night nt George M Cohan's Thentre. Mrs. James Henry SmIUi will give' a farewell dinner for Mrs. Leeds nt the Rltz-Cnrlton on Tuesday night Prlnco nnd Prince Alexis Knrngeorge vltrh hav gone to Niagara Kails for a. brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Lauder Carnegie, Jr., of Pittsburg are at the Plnza. They will leave for Florida on Wednesday. Mrs. Junius Spnncer Morgan nnd Miss Sarah Morgan nre nt the Gotham for a brief visa. The third for this season of tho series Qf dances organized by Miss Florence James and others was held last night In the ballroom of the Bt Regis. Among tho patronesses present were Mmos. C. Gros venor Wyeth, Honry S. Fleming, Cler mont Livingston Rest, Henry Lawrence Iiurnett and Joseph liourne. Mra Payne Whitney has given her house, 927 Fifth avenue, for an enter tainment to be held under the auspices of the Social Service Socle'y of the New York Hospital on January 22. There will be monologues by Miss Ruth Draper und by a member of Cyril Maude's company, and Mtas Virginia Meyer, tho young daughter of Jerome Meyer, will dance. Ticket may be had from Mrs. Arthur Iselln, Mr. Wllllan Woodward and Mrs. Cornellua N. Ullss, Jr. Tho third for thla sensor) of the Satur day Evening Dances took pise Inst night at Delmonlco'a. The patroneasos present were Mra. Charles R. Huntington, Mra. It, Ogden Chlaholm, Mra. Walter F. Chappell, Mra. Francl U. Paris and Mrs, M. Bank Taylor. ' Weslkak mt Wlntar Reaorta. Hamilton, Hermuda, Jan. 10. Tho temperature waa ti here to-day. IlgLuruia. l'la.. Jan. 10. The tempera ture waa. 74 at noon here to-day. Old Point Comfort, Va., Jan. 10. Tha temperature waa 48 at noon here to-day. ' School 40 Reanloa February 0, Tha alumni association of old Public School 40 will hold Its annual reunion dtanar oij-February ( at tha. Hotel Savoy. THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY OLD AND NEW ART SEEN AT GALLERIES Two Interesting Collections of Tnintings itricd Nnnoleonn. W'Om OF NOTKD MODKRXS Empire Furniture Also Pis-! plnyed ns Thotiprh Tt Were In Use. Two separate collections of Interesting paintings and an exhibition of rare Km plro furniture, brujizes nnd porcelains occupy the galleries of the American Art Aa.nxtiittiin. Madison Siunro south, to re main on view thcro until tho sale, which .begins January The paintings In the first group nre modern nnd of great variety. There aro . landscapes by tho fashionable Spaniard i Sorolla. figure pieces In the classical Htyle, 1 romantic Blakclocks and reprenenbitlvo i works of tho Impressionists. There are several Hlakelocks. nil of which represent this nrtlst In that phase of his talent which approaches tho style I of Montlcelll. Tho colors In the small suneets are fused, molten, with the qual ity of enamels. One of tho most ad mirable of them Is "Tangtowood," which shows the edge of n wood, whose follngu renrhe ncross nnd loins that of nn out post tree. The follngo Is rlnrk green nnd topaz, palo yellow and brown, through which the yellow white sky Is eeeii. Tun forolla I'nlntliiKS, The Sorolla Is not one of the gleaming sunlight affairs that cauned all the world to flock to his vxhlbltlon n few years ago In tr.Ttb street, but Is a characteristic example nevertheless. There nre cloudy days In some portions of Spain, at least, and this shows one of them. The sombre light upon tho green hillside, with red roofed white cottages. rU-es from the wide waters of n river. Sorolla Is also represented by a figure piece, a "Spanish Girl" leaning against a wall. There are hcveral Chllde Hassams. The best, moiit people will agree, Is. the little "Nocturne Monmartre," In which the ar tist ha had a good tlmo doing every nart of the picture. All tho still life fea tures of It are excellent such as the wheels to the cab, the glasses upon the tables of tho "terras?e," A-c. The bright lights, the colher und the lady are typical of tho "Hill." Another Chllde lla.im Is called "Rainy Kverung." The rain Is not the chief feature of the picture, but a glaring red tiro that bursts from cer tain roofM. It burns and people aro run ning to It. despite the rain. Krnest Lawson's moonlight picture is called not a nocturne but a symphony." It Is an Interesting group of Old World buildings eeen In a soft light of much chromatic eilbtlety. Walter Grlffen's "Mountain Village" Is here, painted with freshness and Individuality, Julian Rlx's landscape Is one of his good ones thu foreground hill and rocks having tho quality of a Fortuny? Among the other canvases In this sec tion of the sale nre a clever lnnd"cape by Kost, a "Illeachlng Day" by Hlommers. the 'Travelling Horsemen" by Kdwin Iird Weeks, the "Roman Fete" by l'lncktiey Marclus-Slmons, n Frederick Il.illard Will iams, a Charles W. Hawthorne, and an Interesting head of a saint by nn unknown painter. I'urtrnlt by Uiiknimn ArlUta. In tho upper gallerle In a group of paintings, for the mot part by unknown urtlMs. Thee are chletly portrait", come of great elaboration In the Ptyle of paint ing, tome ery dimple nnd fume of them strikingly vivacious. All of them are of the kind that nre now npprecHted as decoration, and will In- also eieell, nt ma terial fur our expert to theorize upon, for nnwudnyH all uch work can be pie clsely attributed nnd located after etudy. One uf these, "Lord St. Maui- im n Cru nailer," Ih the portrait, life sized, of a iierioun man In chain nnd plate nniuir, helmet with vlmir ruNed, wearing bin spurs nnd carrying it Hword. Another Is the full length of a young man In tx teenth century gray cllk brocade cuh tiiine, with lace ruff, white stocking and lashed shoes. The Imijh In the old pic ture attributed to Ilrouzlim have bright. Intense faces und the portrait of a I-'rench nobleman ban blistered In places, but Is still desirable ns decoration becausii of the tine reds In the coat. Some of the landscapes, such a the "Harbor Hills' by ThomnH Doughty, should bIjo bo classed nu highly decorntlvc. The Napoleona Is varied, consisting of bronies, vases nnd prints. The two prints by Illnaldl and liartnlozzl are very hand some. There aro also some large prima of coaching and Inn scenes. The Kmptie furniture Includes ma hogany drop tables, rosewood and gilt console tables, tnll clocks, drawing room suites and screens. There aro four post beds, bronze fenders, long chairs, mfas und gill mirrors. The old silver, Sheffield plate, mid sil ver gilt nre exteusUe, and the Installation for tho exhibition Is such that the gal. I lerli-a take on the, look of u private luiuse. T Y. a .11..!.... ....... l ... .. . . rt'(-"i wiiiuiK mine uears ns i.iupue silver gilt bamiuet epergnes and plate baniiuet candlesticks. The sideboards gleam with silver trays and many Dres den figurines and other objects of nn uro urranged In the cases. NOTED IMPRESSIONISTS HERE. Itullera, Father nnd Non, o F.xhlhlt In America. Theodore li Ilutler, son-in-law or Claude MfinM 1fi,1., nt i.......ui....i... ... , ', u, t j 1 1 , ,-t.citnii:-! painters, arrived yesterday by the French onui ii k lAuruiiia wim nis wiu nun his on nnd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra. Jacquod Ilutler. The Hutlers, father nnd son, are painters of tho Impressionist school and brought thirty canvases for exhibition here. The elder Mr. Ilutler Is from Columbus, Ohio. Ho has been In Franco continu ously for tho last ton years. A custoitM Inspector who looked over the paintings caused the Hp of tho senior artist to curl by this question; 'Those are not finished, nre, they?" WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Mrs. Fannt Fisciieii. who died on De cember 27, left 116,000 In real estate and 111,000 personul property. She gave $;5 a month to her stepdaughter. Pauline Fischer, and her residuary estate to her daughters, Jennie Ileok und Hertha Ull mnn. David Leogrmutii, who died on De cember 4, left the bulk of his ostato to lila eon, Jacob Iebermuth. Katiiarina Pullman, who died on De cember 28, gave her cstato to six grand children. C1IAIU.EB Uotce, who died on November 14, 1912, left $13,770 to his wife, Adelaide M. Iioyco, for life, und after her douth to two sons and two daughters. Ann M. Irwin, who died on May 20 last, left a life Interest in $1E,325 lu her aon, Dr. William J. Irwin, who was In competent at thn tlmo of her death. If the aon regions his sanity ho Is to have 1600, and tho estato goes to n daughter, Anna Kucharla Irwin, who supported both bor mother, and brother by touching school. 11, 1914. SR. SAMUEL A. BUTTON DEAD. Anthnr and Translator Who Wai Xald to Hpralt UO Language, The funeral of Dr. Samuel Augustus Illnlon, author, translator, antiquary and Bcholar, will bo held to-day. He died on Thursday night at 81 Charles street Dr. Hlnlon hold degrees from idx Eu ropean universities nnd professed to apeak twenty languages. Ho had been a fa miliar flguro In Greenwich village for twenty years. Ho was n doctor of medi cine, nn Kygplologlst and a botanist He wrote on many subjecbs and had several hobbles, one of whloh was a flower language which ho Invented, In which the llowern nnd leavei on a rose bush de noted letters. He grew a bush which, according to his alphabet, spelled "Rooso volt" His translation of "Quo Vadla" was praised by Sleuktnwlcz. He was born In Poland, nnd after tak ing courses at six Kuropean universities ho became nn official of the Rrltlnh Museum. Later hn was superintendent of schools at Seville, Spain. Ho wns a relntlvo by marriage of Judge Otto Rosal sky. Miss Fannie Draper. Miss Fannie Draper, daughter of the Into Simeon Draper, at one time Collec tor of tho Port, died yesterday at her home, 49 East Ninety-second street. She was bom In New York city In 1N37. Her father was n friend of Abraham Lincoln. Her mother was a daughter of John Hng gerty of New York. Miss Draper had been nn Invalid for many years, but retained an Interest In charity work In this city. Field I., Itoaraer. Field Linn Hosmer, auditor of the edi torial department of the New York Tltnrs and one of the oldest member of the staff, died on Thursday night of apo plexy nt his home In .Stamford, Conn. Ho una born In Wisconsin In 1846. He lHilno a reporter for the Times In 1873. Later he became secretary to John C. Held, then managing editor. His health Ix-gnn to fall a year ago and In Septem ber lie gavo up work nnd retired to hi home In Stamford. Commander John F, Itnbbard, U.SJT. Washington, Jan. 10. Word wai re ceived in W.mhlngton to-night of the death In Hongkong of Commander John 1". Hubbard of the L'nlted States Navy. Commander Hubbard -was born In New lurk on July 2, ISC7. and was appointed to the Naval Academy from thla State In 1SSI. Hl.i laxt command was the gun boat Wilmington. Mrs. Mary K. Ferris. Mrs. Mary K. Ferris died yesterday at me nome of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Cleveland Ferris, S2d Lexington avenue. Mie was 1 3 years old. Her son. Dr. Cleve land Ferris, died on August 21 last at the same address. Mrs, l.rtnntln M. William. Mrs. I.evantla Merrick Williams, widow of Carrier C. Williams, died on Friday nt her home, 327 (Julncy street, Brooklyn, aged Tt years. Her husband was u blue- stone dealer and an Inventor. Mrs. Will iams Is survived by a son, Oeorge U Will- lams, nint n daughter, Miss Helen Q. Wllllums. WEDDINGS. Kidder Frlaiell. At the home of her brother. Dr. Lewis Vox Frlssell. 1111 Hast Fifty-sixth ntreet yesterday afternoon Miss I.avlnla Darker Frlssell. daughter or Algernon 8. Frls sell. president of the Fifth Avenue Hank was married to Jerome Faber Kidder, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Camillus a. KJdder of Orange, N. J. It was n milet wedding and was witnessed only by relative and n few Intimate friends. The ceremony was lerrormed liy the Ilev. Dr H. II. Frls. sell, president of Hamilton Institute, an uncle of the bride Antoinette Frlssell. a young nie.-e of the bride, was her only atte.id.in'. Samuel Imrranee was the. nesi man. .Mr. nnu .Mrs. Kidder will live In Hamilton. Va. 1 1 n I inn ii -tiloi rr, Miss Helen I.e Hoy Clover, a daughter oi me line nenry sinearr utover, was mar rled to John I'. Ilolman of Tenntlv v i yesterday nfternoon in the chapel of Ht Uartholommv's Church, the Itev. lr. l.elghton Parks, officiating. The urine was given nwuy by her brother. wawson i-oieman mover, A smnll recep tion follow -d at the home of tha brido's mother, lis Hast Fifty-fourth street. Mr. und -Mrs. Holman will Ile In Tenafly. Ilnrrla l'nrker. Miss Helen Klectn Parker, daughter of Hr. Hoiacu J. Parker and Mrs. Parker, was married to Allan Halo Harris. Jr., of Providence, It. 1.. last evening at the homo of her parents In ICoehellc Park. New Ito-belle, by the Ituv. lr. Hobort lanlner .McMregor. 1-Mwaril Iny Harris, brother of tho bridegroom, was best man. Tho ushers were (iorilnn Macilonald of New York and W. O. O'dornuin nf Heading, Pa, IliiUUKi'inrnts A nnnliuora. Mrs. Charles Kgbert Coddington has announced thu engagement of her niece. Miss Lilly Cordun Iloml, nnd Frank Mer rlam Chnilbourne, a banker of this city, who was graduated from Harvard In isofi. Mrs. Coddington nnd her niece have re cently teturned from ,i trip through Can ada and are at I.'S West Fifty-eighth street foi tho remainder of the winter. No date has been set for the wedding, which will tnk.. place early In the spring. .Illllles II. Caldwell of fit 1H. ..-.,l.i l)rlo has announced the engagement of ms niece. .Miss Kllz.iheth Juno Collins, nnd Hrnest lthca Larly, formerly of Vir ginia ami now of till city. Tlieiitri- Pnrty fur Mian Phillips. .Miss .Margaretta lloman.s gnt. a theatre lmrn List evening lor .Miss Lucia Hdlth PllllllN, one or the debutantes of the winter. Sin, took her guests to tint Forty fourth Si reel Theatre to see "rim tJIrl on tho Film" und iifierward to the Hotel Knlckerlocker for supper. In the party were Ir. and Mrs. Wendell C. Plilllli, Mrs, II Van Coitiaudt Humans, Miss Helen living Phillips, MNs Abigail C.im bcll, .Miss Marion Fcuslumiin. Miss Clarice Paterson. Miss Charlotte Nlese. llerry Underbill, .Monroe He .Mutt, Klnslev Huberts. Julian llngel, Milton Ayres, Hoi hind Jtidltlns and .laeksim Qulnn. In .Vi'ir York Tu-dny. National Ails Club, exhibition of work of painter members, lit Hast Nineteenth btieet, 10 A. M. to ti P, M. lntrenatloiial Hlblo Students Associa tion, Photo Drama of Creation, the Temple, West Slsty-thlrd street, .30 P. M, .Manhattan Single Tax Club, uddnss by Joseph 11. Fink on "How Housing Con ditions Are Unforced," 17 West Forty rteveuth street, evening, Memorial service for Dr. John C. Wight, auditorium of the WndUIgh High School, tutu sticet west or seventh uvenue, 4 P. M, I Pleiades Club, dinner In Oeorge Cros smith, Hotel Hrevoort, evening. Church Association for tho Advancement of the Interests of Labor, labor sen-Ice, tlrace Chinch, llroudway and Tenth street, 4 P. M. Lecturo by Samunl rltrauss on "The Spiritual Contribution of tho Jew to America," Kessler's Theatre. Second avenue nnd second street. 11 A. M. Memorial service for Mrs. Llllle Devo I reux lllake, Church of Messiah, Thirty fourth street nnd Park nvenue, 3 1, M. Frco Synagogue, lecturo by Prof. Oeorge It. Foster of thu University of Chicago on "Tho Hellglou of Ibsen," Carnegie Hull, 11 A. M. Lectui-fl by Pi of. Itemy of Columbia University, nt the Huptlst Church. Fifth uvenue ami (indirect, 8 r. 41. American Art Galleries Madiaon Squara South, New York Interesting Unrestricted Public Sales By Order of an Executor, a Trustee and an Administrator On Thursday and Friday Afternoons of This Week at 2:30 o'clock, WILL BB SOLD BY ORDER OP AN ADMINISTRATOR Antique & Modern Silver Sheffield and Other Plate Empire&OtherFarniture Bronzct, Clocks. Ceramics, Nnpo Icona, Sculpture, Prints and other objects removed from on Old Colonial Mansion In the Vicinity of New York. ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. TO Catalogues mailed Tha sale will be rondacted tea oy Mr. Otto Hornet, of THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgr. a East and Street, Madlnon Sq. South, New York. NOW ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION at the Anderson Galleries "Where the Hoe Library Was Sold" Madltoa ATenue at Fortieth Street, New Tork The Unrivalled Collection of Lincolniana Farmed by the late Major William H. Lambert of Philadelphia OPINIONS OF THE PRESS t fm N'evor hna a Colloction of Lincolniana w nearly complete been r offered at public sale. Phlladolphia "North American." Major Lambert owned tho finest Lincoln and Thackeray Colleo tlona in eiiatence. Philadelphia "Public Ledger " Probably no other opportunity will Ims given for mnny yean to ace such a remarkable collection of Lincoltiiann. Boston "Transcript." Major iAmlwrt bcRan to collect mntorinl relut ing to Lincoln shortly after the war, and his collection is perhaps the best known in tills country. New lork "Evening Pout." The Lambert Collection of Lincolniana is said to 1 e the most re' markable of it kind In the world. One of tho most important features Is n collection of twenty-two letters from Lincoln to Trumbull. Now York "Horald." The more announcement of t!i offerings is enough to brine; a thrill down the spine of moat loyal Americans, while to the collector of Mich things It will come as manna from heaven. . It is, in all, u most astonishing ihVplay. nnd is worth u Ioiir Journey to sue. New York "Olobe." Of the manuscript and original letter Wro are many of great importance, not only throwing light on the inception nnd growth of the political ideas back of the emancipation of the slaves but also many that have a remarkable interest u bearing upon Lincoln's per sonal character. New Y rk ".Sun." Finest Lincoln Collection In existence, . . . IWdes valuable and ldstoricnl nutogrnph letters and manuscripts of the Emancipator. Major I.ambort owned nil the lives published of IJnenln, nil the funernl sermons alout him printed nnd nceoM.b!o, many porhotml relics, and all the knownengnivitiRi and photographs of him. New Yor "Times,' Part I., embracing Hooks, Manuscripts. Ilellcs, and Autograph Letters, will tie sold without restrict Ions to close the estate on Hie aftrrnooni anil earnings of January 14 anil IS anil the afternoon of January 10. Catalogues mailed free to Intending buyers. The Anderson Galleries Anderson Auction Company Metropolitan Art Association Dinner to Dr. Tnlcott William. Mr. nnd Mrs. Collin Armstrong gave a dinner at their home. ISO West Ninety eighth street. liut evening In honor of Dr. Tnlcott Williams, director of the Pulitzer .cliool of Journalism In the Co lumbia University, and Mrs. Williams. Other guests were President Lmerltus tleorge Harris of Amherst College, and Mrs. Hunts. District Attorney Whitman nnd Mrs, Whitman, Justice Harlow S. Weeks and Mrs. Weeks and Col. and Mrs. Henry W. Sucket. MARRIED. KOltHKST WHH1HT January 10, Harriet I. Wrlalit to lib-hard B. l'errrst, by the llev. tr. KIrkwouil. OriHOHN SOHIUPKUI.IS. On t-Nturdny. JmiiMry 10. at Madlsnn Aenuo l'reby terUn Church, by the Ilev. Hrnry Woium Coffin. !. I)-, and the Ilev. I! Clowes Ptiorl-y, Margaret Iiulia, daughter of Wllllum Jay and Kmiiia lAiulne Sthlef relln, to Frederick Henry Olorn. DIED. llATlIS.--January 0, Charles 11. Hates, used 50. Services Stephen Merrltt's Harlem L'liael, 301 West i:6tb street, Sunday after noon, 3 o'clock, HIllJNDAim On Saturday, January 10. Julia I., widow uf Edwin I.. Ilrundage, III her nevonty-sUth year. Funeral service" at her late residence, 40 South Clinton street, Uat uranso, N. J Tuesday, January U, at 3 I'. M. UHAI'UH. -On January to, ISM. l'a mile J . . I,., A UI,I1U1..I 11.1,1 liraper. uauKiiirr ,.- ,.- w. ........ Frances S, Draper, J'uneral erlces at tier late residence, III Kurt Ninety. second Mreet, nn Monday, January IS. UU. at S o'clock P. it, DBEW. On Friday. January 9, 19H, aiadys, beloved wltn of Sidney Drew Funeral prlwile, ut 307 West Fifty-first street, on Muintay, January 1!. at 10 A, M ELY. At his resilience, !M West Ninety fifth street, un January 9, lll, Henry I!, I'.ly, son of the late Nathan C. Uly and husband f Christiana A, Ward, In the seventy-seventh year of his f. Funeral services at thn resldenco on Mon day morning at to o'clock. FK1UUS At tho rtaldrnce of Mrs. Clevs land Ferris. 3! Lexington avenue, Mary II. Ferris, In the seenty-thlrd year of her age, Funeral private. , , 13 On Thursday and Friday Evcnlntts of This Week nt 8:15 o'clock, BY ORDER OP THE EXBCU TOR of B. R. Redman, Deceased; the EQUITABLE TRUST COM PANY of New York, Trustee of the ESTATE OP DANIEL O'DAY, deceased, and nn Administrator, Modern Oil Paintings by American and Foreign Artists nnd n number of Interesting OLD PORTRAITS of the Early English, French, Flemish, Dutch nnd Spanish Schools. 6 P. M. (Sunday Excepted) free on application by MB. THOMAS E. K IBBT. DIED. HAHN On Friday, January 9, John Jldhn. Funeral Sunday, January tl, 2 I'. M at his late residence, US West 1 31 et street. KINO At St. Oeorce's, llnrmuda, on Mon d.ij, January 6, Itleh.ird, son of the lata Klrhurd and Hllialieth I.ewle King, In the Mfiy-nlntli e,ir or his age. Funral eervln-s at Orace Church, New York city, Tue,la, J.inuary 13. at 4 o'clock, MOWItHY On Saturday. January 10. at the resilience nt her eon-ln-law. J II, ItUKeiie or New York city, lLinuali .tan Muwrey Funernl nnd Interment it Wnknleld, H I. li:AKi:S.--llenr i' . ime i .s,rlie "Tltll Ft'.S'Klt.W. Ctll'IK'll ' ill Wfit Twenty. third etreet ti'.tmitell lllitg ), Monday, 11 o'clmk. Cnder auspices Actors Fiitnl. lib'INN Margaret, widow or I'atrlrk Cvulim nnd mother ( Mnry A, llrailley und Tliniuns I. Qulnn, at her resilience, 4Q1 ITast KlKhtleth street. Funeral mi Mund,t, January 1!, 191. at K30 A. M . to the Churih of st, Monica Interment 1,'atvary. HKtlH On January V. 1911, Arthur J. llced. aRed S ears Fumral from Stephen .Merrttt's riiapel. !.J KlKhtli uvenue, Sunday. '2 o'clock. Till MM Kit - On Thursday, January s. KUjiv- teth tltu'liulilin, liul'ived wife of haume. Trimmer, In her seventieth jeai Funeral centres ut her lain i.'slitfiu-e, 10 IMcei uiiilte tiwttue. ,in Suiulay at 1:15 I M. 1iiteriuetit.it Ktjnidf o iVnielerv . WIId.IA.MH- un January :, lutt. !,eu,ili Mi rrltk, wife of (lie late il.it in r i". Williams anil lelmel tit Mier i.f iuiri;e 1. met llel'-n ii Williams Funeral services ut her Ute reUien.c, 3S7 O'dney street lliouk vn Sunday, January II, ut 3 j0 I1 M I'NIir.UTAKr.lH. Frank E Campbell LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT Ui W23ST ihefiiwral tfhi!trhc& nr"dw MDTQR HERR5E5ra TIUPHONE CHELSEA 1324. ALWAYS OPi PRIVAFE AMBULANCES 'mSX i'i:ith(NAi. li:i)llt't!S p-ltlvrly rxtermlnniil Any ! can prepaie the exterminator nl linn-e li7,Jas larsliillv rplslnl for fss. 1 V HIl.N.NUirV.IHI Uuna Vlsto, 1: lllnlilaud I'ark, Uk'ii, . M V 'S .