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MISS MINNE BURT IS
Crn'iiioii.v Is IN'rfonned in Onk
Hontu of Hotel Mnrlc
Mls II. HERN'HEIMEU Wpi)S
Jlnrrii's 8. J. Hnllo, While -Mrs.
Mnry K. Wood llocdnios
Mrs. A. B. Mason.
The wedding of Miss Mlnnn Hurt,
iiauchler of Mr.. Mnrtln C. Hurt, to al'nn
t; Fontaine of Flushing. 1 I., took place
jt evening In the oak room of the Hotel
Mario Antoinette, the Hev. W. V. Ottar
son of nils' city otHclatlng.
Tho bride, who wns Riven awny by her
mother, wore a gown of white satin
iilmmcd with shadow lace niul pearl Pin
.oul' y She wore also n veil of tulle
Irrmicd with tho same lace and cnrrlrd n
xjuquct of lilies of the valley nnd while
o-chliK Ml' Iulso Hurt, sister of the
nride, was her only attendant. Her cos
jme was of !atln rrepe of apricot shade
and she c.irrlcil n gold French basket of
t.ink ropes and white HlnoK. Gordon lloyd
.ctcd ns beat man nnd the ushers were
M.irenee Fuller ami Homer Hilton. After
i he crcmony there was u reception.
Mr ami Mrs. Fontaine will pall for Eu
nre to-morrow on the Knlserln Auguste
irlorlu. They will remain abroad for
,ihout six wki and after their return
will live in Flushing, I I.
Ml II. ten Uernhelmer. daughter of Mr.
aid Mrs. Charles 1.. Uernhelmer of 18
:.ist Sixty-fourth turret, woa married to
Stanley .1 Halle of this city In the ball
com of the Itltz-Cnrltnn yesterday after
noon In the presence of a large number of
eUta'ves and friends. Thu ceremony was
.ef.rni(Ml by tho Hev. Itr, Joseph Silver
man of Temple Ktnanu-KI.
The brldo walked with her father to a
temporary altar, which was nrranged be
neath a Moral bower. Her sister, Miss
Mice Uernhelmer, was the maid of honor
And the other attrndants were the Misses
Kthct Hossln. -Mudelelno ltossln, Henlta
ituRRrnhelin, Kate Scldenberg nnd Kdlth
Ilium. Joseph Seldenberg acted as best
min. The uthcts were Curt Hansen, Jesse
vVassertnatin. linger W. Strauss, II. Urant
Straus-, Alfred Seldenberg. Arthur Good
hurt. Wnlter Dreyfus. Howard Haks,
Harold Content and Stanley Splcgclberg.
After the ceremony there was a recep
t'on. ami Mr. and Mrs. Halle left later
on their wedding Journey. They will sail
for Ktiropo next week, to remain r broad
Mrs. Mary KnlRht We.vl. '.Mow of
Charles Oreenleaf Wood, was marfled to
Alfred Bishop Mason at noon yesterday
n the chapel of St. GeorRe's Church,
Stuyvesant Squnre, the Hev. Dr, Karl
(lelland, rector of St. GeorRe's Church.
ofllcl.itlnR. The bride Is well known as n
muslclnn nnd composer of many success
ful songs. She Is a dnuRhter of the late
Horatio O. KnlRht, at one time Lieutenant
Governor of Massachusetts.
Mr. Mason was a. widower. He Is well
known as a lawyer'nml writer on political
economy, constitutional history and the
'nKlc tax. For some years he lived In
Mexico, and he Is the son of the late H.
H. Mason of Chicago. Mr. . and Mrs.
Maon will live at 150 West Fifty-ninth
treet and during the summer !i Onteora,
MISS WILSON MAY WED IN APRIL
Wnoliltiuton SiipIi-I- lleiir Hnmor
Other i:ilter Weddings.
W.vsiiinoton. April T. The arrival
M- week of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Howes
S.iyre to spend Kaster and Hastcr week at
he White House has Riven rise to the
timers that the wedding of Miss Rlennor
Wilson and Secrelaiy McAdoo will take
ilsre betwen Raster nnd the end of the
non'h. This Is the first visit Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Save have made to WashlnRton since the
end of their honeymoon trip.
Neither Mr. McAdoo nor Miss Wilson
hav- taken even their closest friends Into
'heir confidence as to the date for the
diliHR, and there was no conllrinaClon
nf he rumor at the White House.
TiV report was .strengthened, however,
n the minds of many society folk by the
aborato trousseau preparations being
'-ade by Miss Wilson. It was said that
e would not have purchased so many
-"iwis ,it a time when fashions aro chnng
"R ' ipidly if the wcddlnR date were
flvnl for the early spring.
M ?s Wilson was still busy to-day tiy
R is gowns selected during her recent
s t" New York. Illun predominates In
1 il1' sse
'i vit.ii.nn liave been sent 6ut by Brig.
en John M. Wilson for the marriage of
hta ri itnldaughtrr, Miss Frances B.
B nov,-,, to Kdvvurd 11. Fletcher of Phlla
1' ,-u. on April 25. In St. Thomas's
J' 'i. this city. MIb Ilrooks has mi.
i' with hr srandfather for some
' itlnns have been Issued by Mrs.
'i S Law ton, widow of Gen. H. T.
' 1 . for the in.irrlaRe of their duugh
v Kdlth, to John T. Hiker, April
MISS M. SALMON TO WED.
nrlll.h Vrmy t'liptnln Will Mnrry
ft . .
'rlnge of Miss Marjorle Salmon,
f Judge Arthur C. Salmon of
i r.f Special Sessions of Brooklyn,
borne ll. itedfern of Brooklyn.
take place next Tuesday at
u flu Tare. The Itev, John Will-
- " c.lvur) Kilscopal Church will
' tttiur Salmon, Jr., will be
' ' ' i i mil his wife and Mrs, Jeffery
I',, ii ittons of honor.
V (- imon and dipt. Itedfern met In
' '' 1 .I'mit ii jear iiRo while she was
.. ih her parents. The coupln
lir.rlly after the weihlliiR to
''' i where dipt ltedfmi Is nt-
the lliival Garrison Arllllerv.
1 ts to be tiansferred to Ixmdnn
Uil i 1 1 i
1 hoinjis lnrfh.
I i, Aplll 7. Miss Catherine
usiitir i'f Prof, and Ml, I'liin
in ' of l,afaettn College, anil
'pb Thonms of .Scrantoii, who
it"! at f.afayetle In ll'tl', were
, I'm cnllisfe chapel nt 7 o'clock
tu. Itev. I,. W. Kckard of I'hll-
.iliiinmiH of tho collcRu and
' the Ih i.ii il of trustees.
W ii t mm M nlsler,
a ii, N. J , April 7. Carl Haw.
' " ' of llreat Neck, I,. I married
Hi llonota Molster. daughter of
1 ml H. Molster. this evening at
home, the Hev. Halph, B.
t'.Klor of the Centenary M K.
' (illlelating Dr. dodger W. MoU-
' ' iiminil biother of the lirlde, gave
and the malila of honor were
si. is MIfh l.'dn.i and Mlsei Klla
'' 1 The best man was Thomas W.
i's-o.n, t of Wysm, Pa.
VI Us ,lvle Mulr In Wed.
' i I Mis. John Mulr of 17 West
l' ircct liiivu announced the
R " )f their daughter, Mls Jrssle
Uiirillner S. Diesser of this city
i irr i tho win of Mr and Mi.
I Dresser ot Brooklyn. He Is a
e of Cornell University, No elate
fca n e-ut lor tho vveddlns.
MME. FREMSTAD TO tiUIT.
Itefnses in Ask for Nrw CnntrMrl
Mine. Olive 1'remstad, the soprano,
whoso three year contract at tho Metro
politan Is nbotit to expire, said yeiter
day that she has not completed arrange
ments for n, concert tour, but would con
sldor any proposition that Mr. Gattl
Casazxa might siiRgest that would per
mit her to appear on the concert plat
form and at the Metropolitan. She said
that no overtures have been made for
a renewal of her fontrifct, nnd If her ser
vices nte not retained she will tako up
concert work, possibly sliming In opera
nt times abroad.
Mine. Fremstad said that although she
liked Mr. Gattl-Casaina, she could not
say thai ho has always been merciful to
her. Ohre sho was obliged she said, to
nlng JilfiiiMfc In "Tnnnhacuser" on tho
night following her return from Lnko
wood with a sore throat.
Mme. Fretnstnil declared that she never
heard that artists wero expected to nsk
managers for renewals of contracts. Will
iam Guard, press representative of the
Metropolitan, said that the soprano hail
mil been osked to renew her contract for
tho reason thnt It was the custom of Ihe
houso for the artist to make the flm
KNE1SEL QUARTET IN
Music by Cliicnro OoinpoM'r Is
Kent lire of Kwl of Sea
The slsjth and last concert nt the
Knelsel (Juartet season took place last
evening In Aeolian Hall. The programme
comprised Beethoven's B flat quartet,
opus llo; Olaiounov's "Interludlutn In
Modo Antlco," the scherzo from Adolf
Bruno's quartet In C minor, opus 35, nnd
the Brahms piano quartet In O minor,
orlua 25, The pianist was Harold Bauer.
Mr, Brune Is a musician resident In
Chicago and his scherzo was heard for
the' first time here. Its production was In
acconlance with Mr, Knelscl's well known
policy of glvlnR hearings to composers In
this country. This policy commands sym
pathy nnd Its results sometimes arouse
admiration. But the most Indulgent
hearer cannot always bring himself to
share Ihe warmth of Mr Knelsel's devo
tion to a gentle mission. Sometimes one
wishes that the leader of the distinguished
quartet had more of the Inexorable deter
mination of the antique Oato, coupled
with a discretion which that eminent
statesman sometimes larked. ,
The scherzo heard last evenlnjr proved
conclusively that Mr. Brune Is n musi
cian, that he knows how to write for four
Instruments acotdlng to tho plans and
specifications of the most modern musical
architects and that he malus no conces
sions to the desires of Indolent listeners.
You must be wide awake and alert If you
wish to pursue the elusive flow of Mr
Brune's harmonies. As for his melodies,
these are perhaps easier to catch, par
ticularly when they appear to be first
echoes of melodlea already heard else
where. But after all this scherzo was
hardly Important enough to Justify a long
discussion, and so It shall pass with the
expression of the hope that we slrall all
like It better when we hear It again.
The other numbers In the list need no
pecking of criticism. They were all well
tried and well loved compositions. Per-
haps the moment wll bear a passlnR ex- 1
pression or joy at hearing once apaln the
wonderful quartet of Beethoven. And
there must be here loo a publication of
the delight brought by the beautiful per
formance of the work, a performance In
which the most exquisite finish of stjle
went hand In hand with lovely sympathy
and elevation of feeling.
So long as Mr, Knelsel nnd his asso
ciates discharge their supreme duty In
Playing the works of masters as they did
last evening nn bring to their aid, when
niu is necessary, sucn nttlsts ns .Mr. i
Bauer they will not In vain ak their I
friends to consider the productions of un- !
known men, some of which may bring
nun mem agreeanie surprises.
THE OPERA NEXT WEEK,
lest Week Out One of the Metro
Easter Monday will open the last week
but one of the' Metropolitan opera sason.
The bill on that evening will be "Haensel
und (Iretel" nnd "Pngllaccl." the former
opera with Mines. Mnttfeld. Alten, Homer,
Co and Braslau and Mr. !orltz, Mr.
Hertz conducting; the latter opera with
Miss Borl and Messrs, Caruso, Amato,
Iteschlgllan and Bada, Mr. Polacco con
ducting. A special gala performance will lie
given on Tuesday evening, the programme
being: "La Travalatii" (Act 1 with
Mme. Hcmpel and Mr. Crlstalll, Mr.
Polacco conducting; "Madama Butterlly"
(Act II.) with Miss Fnrrar, Mine. Fornla
nnd Mr. ScottI, Mr. Toscanlni conducting;
"Lohengrin" (Act I.) with Mmes. iladskl
and. Homer and Messrs, Jorn. Well,
Wlllu-rsioon nnd Schlegel, Mr. Hertz con
ducting; "I.a Bohrme" (Act I.) with
Mine. Alda and Messrs. Caruso, Cillly, Da
SeRurola, Plnl-Corsl and Ananlan, Mr,
"Tnnnhauscr" will be sung on Wednes
day evening for the last time this season
by Mmes. (iadskl, Fn'mstad and Sparkes
nnd Messrs. Berger, Well, AtthouNe,
WItherioon and Ituysdael. Mr. Hertz
"Alda" will be sung on Thursday eve
ning with Mmes. Destlnn, ober nnd
Spnrkeo and Messrs. Caruso. (Illly,
Itothler, Itossl and Bada, Mr. Toscanlni
"I.'Amore Medico" and "II Pegretn ill
Kuzanna" will fotm a double bill on Friday
evening, tho former opera sung by Miss
Borl, Mme. Allen anil Messis. Crlstalll,
Plnl-Corsl, Itothler, Do Seguiola. Bada,
I.cmhardt nnd Ananlan, .Mr. Toscanlni
conducting, and the latter with Mme.
Alda nnd Messrs, Scolll and Bada, Mr.
"KoentRlhklnder" will be given on
Saturday afternoon with Miss I'arrar.
Mmes. Fornla, Mnttfeld and Itobeson and
Messrs. Jorn, (iorltz, Itelas, Ituysdael nnd
I.eonhardt. .Mr Hertz will conduct.
"Die Zauberlloete" nt popular prices
will bo sung on Saturday eve'ilng with
Mmes, Destlnn, llempii and Alten and
Messrs. Berger. Itelss, Lreinhardl. Wltlier
sption nnd Schlcgel, Mr. Motgenstein
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
flKOUOK W. Sii.iiKitiioiiN, who died March
2 at Mount Vi'inon, left nn eslatu valued i
at more "than H0,ll00, lie gave the
ieiiuary eslate and $7.1, ono In cash In
his widow, Mrs. Catherine Sllheihorn, nnd
left lio.ouii each to live hiothers and
IIiinhv Urtn.vhp, who died Mnrch 17 at
SOfi Mast 117th street, left an estate val
ued at more than 30,noo to his wife, Mrs.
Ida M. lteynard.
Lrvvih Fash, who tiled April I nt 25
Fort Washington avenue, left his estate to
his wife Sophie nud daughter F.lsle.
Khknkzk.u llAiixr, who died mi March
I, left the bulk of his estate to his sister,
Mis. Sarah J. Bust, and his nephew, Sam
uel Bailey of Hast onuie, The other
legatees aro graniliiephevvs, One of the
heirs, Harvey Halle), has not been hi'iml
fiom for seventeen years.
CvTiuiniNH AumtbTv nr. Pktstkii, who
left tho hulk eif an estate if over $50,000
io tho New York Historical Soclely, gave
ftj.ilili) to the File Department of HUkc
Meld, Conn, The exe-culois declined to pay
the biiiest on the ground tti.il II Is void
under the laws of New Vorle, because Ihe
Ftrn Department Is not Incoi poi aled, but
Surrogate Fowler decided ycileiday that
the lawn of Connecticut, which penult un
Unincorporated organisation to take a be-
iUucst, j o controlling.
LADY SYBIL CUTTING
SEEKS NEW TRUSTEE
Miinlnjre Settlement of U'2r
000 From W. Riivnitl Cut
tlnir, Jr., Revealed.
Thniiigh an application tiled tn the
Supreme Court yesterday by luly Ssbll
Cutting, widow of W. Bayard Cutting. Jr.,
the amount of the marriage settlement
provided for her when she marileil .Mr.
Cutting In 1901 became known
Lady Sybil, who Is now living with her
daughter. Iris Margaret. In the Villa
Medici, Florence. Italy, asked the court to
Jiamo the I'nlted States Trust Company
trustee of her marriage settlement because
(.eorgo Caliot Ward, who was appointed
to succeed the late W. Bayard Cutting as
trustee when Mr. Cutting died In l'.'ll,
has refused to act because ol his appoint
ment ns Commissioner of Parks.
In her petition l.ady Sybil said that her
marriage settlement was provided for un
der an Instrumint executed by her hus
band and his father on .March l'.mi,
when he was secretarj to Ambassador
Choate at the Couit of St. James's, and a
month befoie her marriage.
Under the settlement stocks and bonds
of n par value of l32,il0a were cet aside
for her benellt. The securities are now
worth IllC.OOU and ylild an Income nt
$,000 a year
Mrs. Cutting wa l.ady Sybil Marjorle
Cuffe, second daughter of the Harl of
Desart. Her husband became sernetnry
to Ambassador Choate as soon ns he left
Harvard In lPOn, and when be married
I.ndy Hjbll In 1901 Jineph H. Choate. Jr..
became one of the patties In the marriage
settlement. He died at Assouan. Kgypt.
on March 10, 1910, ehoitly after In- was
compelled to resign his post as secretary
of the legation at Tangier, Morocco, be
cause of 111 health.
I In the sale of the Houllng collection
.Mis. Helen Huntington Here. ()f American portraits last night In
M!- Helen Dlnnnore Huntington, whne I the Merwin C.allerles tho "elen. Vnh
wedding to Vincent Astor will be cele- Ington at Princeton" by Charles will
brated em April .10 In St. Mnrgnret's i """ I Vale, led the prices, It sold
Church, StnntjiburR, N. 'm Is nt the Hotel f'' JI.Ouu to C. Hay. This portrait
Belmont with her mntlifr, Mrs. Knbert I KllH tiM Washington bail sent to
P. Huntington, for a brief visit.
Voles of (lie Social World.
Mr. ami .Mrs, William Frederick Sthf- I
ford nf fi Hast Snventy-nlnth street will !
close their house to-day and will be at lho
Plaza for several weeks
t-., f',,,.nl II VV'1,1...,. ..f 111.1t...lAl '
phla has lenseil for tho summer, through
De Hlols & Klilrlilgc. Fnlrholm, the New
port villa of Mr. unit Mrs. John It Drexel.
A tho d tnsant for the benellt of tho
Darr.ieh Homo will be given at Delmon- John Penning paid tHOO for the Henry
lro'ei on the nflemoon if April 17. Among i Clay by John Neaglc. $fi30 for Hem
the patroness-el nre Mrs. Char'es ;. War- branill Peale's poitrall of the same states
ten, Mrs. Alfred Morris and Mrs, Charles ninn, niul $7:Ti for John Trumbull's por
II. Marshall. trait of Hen Washington. The total for
Miss tlertrllde Hi Lylc. daughter of I the collection was JO. 312.
Mr. and Mrs. fleorgo H. L!e, will be
married to Ulchanl II. Atnault of this
city to.ilav In the Second Unformed
Church, Hackenrack, N. J.
Major Motion .1. Henry, V. S A., .and
Mrs. Heme, who have been at the Vnnder
bllt for several month, will sail to-day
nil the France and will go to Purls, wheio
Mn lor Henry will ntvuime his duties ns
milHnry attache of the American Km
bnssy Tho Duko and Duchess of Manchester
have returnvl'l from Asheville and nro at
the Plaza befoie sailing for llurope
Mr, and Mis. Nils Flnrman. who wero
man led In St. Patrick's Cathedral on
Sunday last, have gouo to Atlantic City.
They will sail for Kuropn on the Imperil
tor on April 15. Mrs, Flormnu wna MIsh,
Mrs. Charles F Wadsvyorlh of flenceo,
N. v , h nt tho Wnlcult Tor a luief visit.
Mis. Clnri'iicn-C. Hlce will glvo a re.
rcptlou nnd lea tlrls afternoon nt her
home, M Irving place. Mrs. Hire will
hold an ethlhltlon of Fgyptlan blue nnd
roM table decorations, gnnlen Jars nnd
oilier plecea of falenre nt , her home bo
ginning to mm row
Mrs. A M. .Mustier, funnel 1 of Cam
bridge, Mass., but who now makes her
hrtme In Hugland, gave a teilli yrsferdav
on "Brittany" at the house of sirs, Frank i
K. Ilnyvvrtrd, S Rast Ninth sieel Mrs.)
Mnsher has mafls a study of tho life and
cusloiim of llrlttniiy, I
GOD HELP MEXICO!
have .erected a guillotine.
MURAL DECORATIONS SHOWN.
llenlKna for Theatre In Crnele
Institute nn Vlrtr,
An Interesting experiment In mural
decorntlon Is now on exhibition In the
auditorium of tha Municipal Art Oallery,
Irving place anil Sixteenth street. The
seven Ixrge panels there shown are by
J. Monroe; Hewlett, Charles Basing and
Arthur T. Hewlett and are destined for
the academic theatre of the Curnegle ln
I fie iit-pi;f! I. J'repent Krai ri.t-.sir
pM'ods In art history, the central and
largist panel being given tn Home, and
It Is tl.inlcd on one side by smaller panels
of Kgvi't, Assyria and l.reece, and upon I
the other side li Byzantium, the Mldille
Ages anil the Itenalssanee. All have
been acoompllshid In a method that 1'
partly stencilling and partly pilnttng.
The stencil was constructed so-new hat
In the manner of the Japanese stencils
ami through It the color, n dye, was
blown upon tho linen. The white lights
nnd seml-tonea wer pilnted upon top
The panels nre In monotone. The de-1
signs are Interesting, esp-clnlly thit of
Home, which alms to apotheose the great
period of the Kternal City, and contains a ,
fragment of a tomb of the Villa AlManl, a
portion of n frieze of the tomb of C-cella
Metclla, one of the "Hnr-s of Phidias,"
the bronze wolf with llomulus and He-,
mus, the prow of a Human galley, a col
Ionmils of Cotlnthlnn columns and many,
From the description It sounds compll-'
cated, hut ns a mitter of fact. Hie artists
have arranged these Items Into a pleasing t
whole. "Home" will be alllxed to the
auditorium curtain Thu other panels will
decorate tho side walls, I
As shown yesterday Irt the Municipal
(lallery tho chief concern of the vlsltotsl
appeared to be over the rolor which has
been used It Is forbiddingly gray nnd
cold. This may be counteracted, how
ever, by Its surroundings In the trcatr
"WASHINGTON" BRINGS $4,000.
lleulliiK olle. tluii Sella for tl.tllS
the King of France, who In turn pre
sented It to the Marnuls do Lafayette.
Mr. ltny also bought llllhert Stuart's i
pot trail of Miss Philips for $2m anil
tho llohhema "Landscape with Cot
tage and Figures" for 1220.
iieorgc D. Smith purchased Charles
Wlllsoii Peale'a portrait of elen. An-
drew .Incksnu for 72,r' and John
' Trumbull's big picture of the "Battle
of Bunker Hill" for tluO. tiilbett Stu
art's portrait of the "Karl of Dudley"
, went to mi anonymous buyer for J5on.
In eir Vorlt Tn-elny.
National Ails Club, exhibition of work
of group, of Western painters.
National KITIcleiicy Exposition, (Irand
Central 1 'allien.
New Yiiik State AstO'ilitlon Ops)i.el 1o
Wonmn Suffrage, luncheon, Hotel Bllt
moic, 1 P. M.
New York Mlneralogle-al Club, mivtlng
nnd eb'cilon of officers; lecture by A. K
Aiiilersnn, American Museum of Natural
llltitory, S P. M.
Municipal Art Society of New York.
P. A. Parson-. Prof. P. W. Coojier nnd
Prof, Leigh 11. Hunt on "The Fwluimtlon
of a City's People in Tale," 119 Fast
Nineteenth slrcet, S'30 p. M.
Lecture by Mrs. Charlotte PerklnH fill
num. Hotel Aslnr, 111:30 A, M.
The Llfo Ah ii Finn Art Club, mooting,
Hotel Astor, 2 P. M
New York 1 ress Club, nddrcn by Till
coll Williams, 2t Spruce street, 1 P. 5t.
Authors Club, Washington Irving Kve.
nlng. Washington Irving High School,
Sixteenth slivet nud Irving place,
H.an P. M
Board of IWiiciillon, meeting, Fifty-
ninth streei and Pink nveuue, 1 p, M
Pnii.Aiiinrlran SlntivH Assixiatlnn. meet.
Ii?, SUth avenue, corner Thirty-second
street, s p. .M
Woman's Political I'nlon, meeting, nt
Sherry's. 8:10 P, M.s Henry Bnisrei nrt
Dr, Katlicrtno 11. Davis will tweak,
CY WARMAN, POET OF
THE ROCKIES, DEAD :
Author of "Sweet Marie"
Diseovered by "The Sun
22 Years Airo.
Cltte-AOo, April 7 Cy Waimati,
poet nnd short story vfrltor. dbil
nay at St i.uke s Hospital. .Mr. warmau
Had Peen steadily sinking at tne nospuai Ki-nntH i
here for three weeks, but his last Illness. lie resigned In March. 1S03. although
etates from a dav last winter when ne his term did not expire until the follow
suffered a stroke ofpara.ys,s In a hot... . -j;"" Sy ' Tn
In the biographical sketch of Cy War- i
man In "Who's Who In America" the
llrst record of his rise to fame Is set
down In the sentence, "Inttoduceil tn slonir Bryant was known ns a strict dls
notlce as 'the Poet of the HocMes' by ' r'pllnarlnn He raised the stnnilards of"
New York Sex' Seiilember i W I""" ''epartment by his Insist. nee upon,
.-MCW OrK 1 S, M'lUemiier 1. is... ,..., i, ,,.,l, l... -II i,V.nrfllnlles anil'
On that Sunday morning there ap-
peared In TUB Sfv about three-iiiartets
of a column of vctres undi r beailllnes
rnn- ... v..... l. . l.i it,.. Wild West,
And No, at All ,co, unll-
nary luiutllie l-oel r.uner. iis bailie is
Cy Warman, and He Is IMItor of the
Creede Cnrondie." Tlie four iioems that
followed were "When We (!o OlT ami
Die," "Hereafter," "My Little 1-ovv," and
tho little set of verses which when set
to u slmplo melody Jumped Into nation
wide popul.irlt., as "Sweet Mnrn."
Jlenl Mnrle Ills Inspiration,
It was to Miss Myitle Mnrle Jones of
Denver ("ol . Hint the rnllionil workman,
who had turned to writing, addressed tho
vcrsi-s, which began .
I've a secret la nil heart. Hweet Marie.
A tale I would Impart, love, to thfe.
livery ilAlsy tn the ilell
Knows my secret- knews It well.
Anil et I dnie nut tell, Hnert Mnrle.
Mr. Wnrmnn and Mis Jones bad been I Im lude the Went S'd" Dlsp. us irv , the
married on May 17 pn ceiling the fl it" , Bun nu for Me.linl ami Surgical Heller,
of tho publication of his Itius In Tin;! tho Charity Hospital. Bellevue Hospital,
HN 'New York City Insane Asylum. M Mn-
'iiie voting poef need of a lllllp to- ! c. nt' Hospital. Northvv. st. t n Dlsp. nsiirv,
ward fame was voiced In "When Wo do the Hospital for the Ituptmcl ami e rip
Off and Die." The opening stania runs: pled, the union s Hospital nml St.
The rimil Is rough nml reeky.
The resit Hint leml tn fume
Ana the way Is siren n with skeletons
, t)f these who liave grown lame.
Anil hove fiillin by the w lynl.le,
The wnrlil villi puss von lv.
Nor pause to read jnnr iiinmifiiit
Tilt you go nfT Htul .tie
Wurman bad been an uigl'io wiper
nreiunil tho railroad yard at Salidn. C.il ,
and suci'isslvely a loci motive llr. man ami
engineer before ihe country had begun
to "pause to read" bis "manuscript" II"
was the son of John and Nancy Askew
Wurman and was born at nt crimp, 111,,
on June 22, ISBS, and after a common
school "education" he began life ns a
fanner and wheat broker at Pen ahont.iH,
From Hilllriinil Mnu to IMKor.
Ilo went to Colorado tu lso nnd got
his llrst railroad wink there In the simps
of the Denver nnd P.lo Ur mile lllinss
caused him to give up rallro id'ng not
long after he hail become nil engineer.
Tho longing to willo caii-.'d him. when
well again, to get a Job ;ih n poru r
lllght yi'ars after he bad gone to Colorado
he was editor of the ll'isli'in Uttllutiy
of Denver, from which position he vvrnt,
In 1KU2, to tho editorship eif the Croeiln
Tho success of his "Sweet Marie" en
abled Warman tn coino i;.isi a ymr after
Til n St'NPAV Hl'N had called atltnton
lo bis work, on that trip to New York,
In 1K1I.1, he rnile ft out Chicago to this
city In the locomotive cub, nnd thei
upon w rote the tit nt of his many short
stories of railroad life. "A Thousand Miles
In a Night," which was published In .Up
Mr. Wurman vv.ih llrst married lo Miss
Ida Hlliiirh Hays of St Jacobs, 111, In
IS70 She illed In 18S7 I'm' two yearn
lifter his early surccssi s In New York
Mr Wnrmati travelled In Ihiropc and tho.
Far Fast, thin llvnl In ashlimlon fori
two years and Dually built a house Hi
London, Ontario, which wus Ina liomn I
DR. JOSEPH D. BRYANT
DIES AT AGE OF 69
Noted IMiysicInn, Cleveland'H
Medical Adviser, Snc
cimibR to Diabetes.
SERVED CITY FOR YKARS
"When Jlenlth Commissioner Ho
Dirt Much to Improve
Ur. Joseph D. Bryant, one of the fore
most surReons In this part of the coun
try, died yesterday In fit. Vincent's Hos
pital of diabetes. Ho had been In the
hospital since March 11, when It becamo
nppnrcnt that his condition was very
Tho end camn at 1 o'clock In the after
noon. He had been falling rapidly and It
bad been known for some time that his
death wns a matter of a short time. With
him nt the time were bis wlfa ami daugh
ter, Mrs. Fred d l'cystcr.
The funeral will he from the Broadway I
Tabernacle to-morrow afternoon at 5 .
o'clock. Dr. t'hatles H. Jefferson, the '
pastor, will officiate. The interment will
be In Norwich, N. Y., Dr. Bryant's old ,
Dr Joseph Decatur Bryant wis one . f
tho small group of Intimities of the late
l'resldent Grover Plewland -which In
K. C Benedict, fil
iate K. Prentiss
Bailey, editor or
tho I'tlc.t Observer,
j ami the late Joaep'i
Bryant wns l'resl
prrsnn.il and famllv
physician for ninny
years and perhaps
was the closest
friend of tho ex
l'resldent In Mr.
Dr, Bryant was
born em a fnrm
near Troy WK. on
March 12. ISIS, thu
mi j i. nttVAvr
H'li of Alonzo Hi. Mint nnd Harriet Adklns
His father moved to New York State
fl tl...,..., ...a n 11 l.n.
mini ui'P'i'fi f'ljiuiv ,. riiinii
The son was educated at the Norwich,
I N V . Academy, nud at the Belleviie
Hospital Medical College, from which ho
received his medical degree In lfi$.
Ho was an Interne at llellevue from
119 to 1S71, when be becamo an assist-
i 'int tn the professor of anatomy lit Belle
vu. Hospital Medical Colleen nuil lec
tured for several years on surgical unnt-
omy. In H77 he was appointed profes
sor of general descriptive and surgical
anatomy, and In 1 S3 became professor
of anatomy and cllnlcnl surgery
and nseochro- professor of orthopedic eur
cerv. In lflU he assumed the professorship
I of the principles and practice of surgery.
He wns appointed a sanitary lniector
In the Health Department In 173 nnd
held this place for six years, gaining
the reputation of being one of thu moft
fflclent men In the department. In 1S7
Mayor Hewitt appointed him one of the
Health Commissioners nnd In the same
year he was appointed n member of the
1 Stato Board of Health. He held two
I joint positions until Mnrch, tS93, when
As u Health Commissioner Dr llrv.int
was en of the moi active member of
the board lie worked continu illv anil
w ith etTiclcney to protect the t itv from
I the effects of a sewerage .system thnt
wns then 1ml and th" uni 'can Iness of
i portions of the city, ami devoted inurli
. , .. . ,i f .nn.
lime iuu in mill' iiik ii aiiH' i" " ,.n-
; , (1B tiroUKn. , S-,.B. york by
familiarize himself with the work of the
department before tho summer, with Its
jn the Health Department I'nminl
, .; ),x.,,0 ))V working harder
,,nn nnv nf u,,nl rimluig a tendency
to slarkhrsn on the part of many em-
nlnveri. he took It UPnll himself tn make
a, ,,,,, ,., ifmrHl The severity of his
i.prlmands wns Milllcient to Insure
against a repetition of the offence.
iiulnleil 1i Mr. flevelnnrt.
In his rarlv viar.s in Nw York Pr
Bryant Joined the Sevent.v -first Higltnent,
N il N V He become n etirgeon nf
the regiment in with the rank nf
Major, and in 141'2 C.nv. Cleveland com
mlssloneil him Surgeon-ileni ral of the
11a l.elil ll'la ti.ist illlt'llll? the nil.
, mstn,tlonH of t!ov Hill and (lov.
i nniwr When Mr Cleveland beennie
President there was talk of Dr Bryant
'moving to wnnington in ne nearer nun. ,
, Dr Bryant promptly denied the rumors, I
sav'ng that he had no intention or lenv
Inir New Votk. though he loiitlnued tn
I act as Mr. Cleveland's phvsl.ian.
The bosnltnls nnd dlspensirles with i
which at various turns lie was oinnccieu
Iiiseilll H Jiosiniai. niu " '""-,. "
Youkers. Ills pilvite practice vvns one
of the largist In the eltv.
Dr. Bryant rereiveil the honorarv de.
gree of I.'l. D rrotn New York I'nlverslty
in 100"? lie was a fellow of tin. Ameri
can Siifglcil Association and a member
of the Intertiu'oiial Hmietv nf Surgeon
and was an ex pr- snlmt of the American
and sexernl other medical societies
Among hts publish! il works ale Opcin
tlve Surgery," 111 two volumes, and "Bry
ant and Buck' American System of Sur
gery," In light volume He nlso was
tho author of many monographs on sur
gical and anatomical subjects lie was
married In 171 lo Miss Annette Crum of
Bath, N Y
SAMUEL F. BARGER.
Former Portlier of W, II, VmimIit.
li It I Succumb fter Long Illness,
Sinne! I' Barger lawyci nut
tin in, lee. died yesterdiv III ill home, IVi
Unmual noilnirnt F.ailn Caul and
Novrlliri, Puyer Booli, Hymnsli.
DooU tuitalilr (oi F.dilrr (jifti,
5th Ave. and 27lk Sl. Niw Tork.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman,
lll'. 1. I
to It, ,v
M , Bolel Astor
East Sixty-fifth atreet. after a lont Ill
ness. He was born In New York, October
19, 1812, and was Identltlctl with several
of the railroad ventures of tho late Will
iam It, Vanderbllt. Many yearn ago he
Accompanied Mr. Vanderbllt to Uuropo
and assisted him In the purchaso of ths
paintings and other nrt objects, which
became the property of Cornelius Vntidsr
Mrs. Burger died several yearn ago,
Mr. llarger leaves two daughters. Miss
Kflna Barger untl Mrs. Mmul Bargee
Wallar.h, and n son, Milton H, Barger.
He was a member of the I'nlon, .Metro
politan and Knickerbocker clubs and of
tho St. Nicholas Society
DUOHESS EUGENIA DI LITTA.
Wns firrstt Favorite of tin- l.ntt)
Milan, April 7. Tho Duchess Kugenla
dl l.ltta, who w.in a great favorite of tho
late King Humbert, illeil hern to-diiy "
the ago of "7 ljueen Margherltii ami the
Duchess were not on speaking terms for
many years, but this resentment died ou
In later years, ami when King Humbert
was n.saslnnt(l at Mohza In 100(1 the
Queen ordered that tho Duchess ell Lttta
bo Informed The Duchess was the llrst
person after the Queen to reach tho side
of tho dead monarch.
Mrs. Itelrne M. Viistiuruh.
Mrs. Heleno M. VosburRh. 3T years old.
wife of Charles II. Voshurgli. vlcc-prlncl-pal
of the Jamaica High School, died
Monday morning as the result of an op
rruttou. Her husband gave his blooit for
transfusion to no nvall She was n sister
of Dr. John F Fitzgerald, formerly su-
tiet-lntotiriffit of KlttiiH dtiltitv lftH.titlul.
she leaves a husband, son, enral.l. age.l
V. and one daughter HiImi... iiged 4.
After services were held yestenlav at her
late residence, Central avenue, ltlehmonil
IIIII, I.. I., the bewlv was taken to her
birthplace. Fort IMward. New York, for
Ulllllilna II. .Ffiitsnn.
William" Bi-anMey Jtnloit. former see
retary and governor of Hie Bulldog Breed
ers Association of America, died yeter
etay afternoon .it bis home. 35 S West
Fnrtv-slxth street, lie hud been a crln
pie from rheumatism for ten jrars Mr
Judeon wan born In Biooklvti thirty nin
ers ago. He formeilv wan assm-lated
with his father, Henry I. Judson, In the
brokeriigo llrm of II 1. Jtidson X, Co. He
leaves two tlaughters.
Mnieon II. Tnlliift.
Simeon H. Talbot, who hal bem a
leather merchant In "Th" Snmp" for
forty-tlvo years, died Sunday at bis home,
273 Clermont avenue. Brooklyn Hit was
life member of Palestine Commander,
Knights Templars, anil a iMI war vet.
erun He n,n a director of the llldn nml
Leather Bank and 1 1 owner of a larg
estate callifl Talbot Heights in Michigan.
.. 1.1 , , . , .
I win" ami a iiitiiRiiier
!teilien P. Ilellly.
Nrw Hociiki.u;, April f--Stephen P
Hrllly. for many years a fmntb r of the
dry goods firm of Helllv Bros of New
York, tiled of heirt d t';t tiwlay In the
New Hoeiirllo Hospital, aged 7T years. He
retired to this town ten yeirs ago and
Began tho development "f bis r-il .-.fits
here-. He leaves a daughter, Mr Charles
C. Kosher nf New Uo.be, 11. with whom
Mmr, lleiiipel's Iiitliar IHrft.
Mine, Frieda Hcmpel of Ihe Miuopib
tan opera Company tecelvcd woiil ye
terday of the death of h r moUicr at
her Berlin home. Mme. Hempi l's father,
a brother and a sister survive
llnehess lie ( liHiiloes nt Tlientre,
Duchess ile Chnulnet. K. e'larcncs
Jones, Frederick de Peyster and Judge,
Dike of Brooklyn were present at a liox
partv lat n'ght at the l.nec. e Theii'e
A Pail of Sixes '
Wen I tier ill
Aprl' 7 T m
Va April 7,
om Point diMroRT.
Temperature 12 ; fair
C.vmm-n, S. C. Aiirll 7. Temperature
iierature OL' ; cloinlj .
Afiril T Tern.
(iAI.VTST"S. 1 x ,
April 7 TfnriM
iril 7 Tempera-
Hire. 71 , cleai
Ahiirvim-K, N C
MAPClV e Hill" Man l
Alfre'l lllsliip M" '.
Ilfllnnil. nl iie .Imp!
t'hureh Tiis,.ti Ajirlt
f st .
llAIHililt. Hamii'l 1' at his !' m
Bait Slxty-Hfth stre.i, m lu'mni
Puneral se-vtees private .n v.wii rt I! I
lloslon slid Newport It I , ipir- p.ni
HHV.vNT nn Tuesilay April " i-ii nt
SI Vlnient's ll'isplisl, Ur I ph H
Bryant. In the seventieth )eir ,i M ,ig
Puneral ssrviie at th" llre i.iw w i i'..
ninie e'huri h, Ilre,niuH irnl l-'i", i-h h
street, en Thurnlny th I ihi . ' r M
Interment nl Nnrivlih. N V
The MedPnl llnr.J nf ( lit,,
pltal announfea with prof t
ths death or Jeseph He i r
V !, 1,1.. I, fir menu
vliltltiR siirgsnn tn the Inst'ni
great skill nnd vaat ept 1 1. ,
than his cheerful sympiitr.'-i'
will lie greatly missel by I '
li r ur
and hy his enllesirues.
JUMK M I'HHlintt. Presi I
CHAItl.r.SI lUlVVAHtl .S VM .' v K
, t arv
i;ri,HIMI - At her rfslileiif e ,n 1 . r - . n
hii. N .1.. April 7. Mirgi'itte I i ."t
ulilou nf I Tltiirn el"li1lnK ii 1 -
eiity-sevanth yai nf her tk-
Puneral (rum St. Peter's lini Ii i erth
Amboy. I 1' M-. Thursitsv. .vu
BAIttiUN- .Ittllies nil M 'nJ.n m I
the itt'rtn.iti llnsfittitt. ,,(' ,
Piinertt serl,', s.111 !, lie' I i v s-
iluv, April I. ill : I' 11, i I - ,
irstilnee, ISStt street ml In is
Prlve, New nrk eliy I's-riti. ,1
lll.et FUhW.1V IrillllS ,11 11-1 r I
lolon ami Belfast, In 1. in I. c ,i r
JBWnTT - Suddenly, on Toe",' .' Vprl
Alliens VV ailing Jevvrlt, l ,.' , ',. ,r
lir II VV. Isuett, In her f"M' i -!
riinernl private, trnm tier In,'
Key pert. N. J. I'rl'tsy. Ap- , i'
J I' M
.IliiSiiV - nil April 7 1 1 1 1 in '
Iteaiililey. mn nf lliiirv I t
his ililrty-nliuh ear
Seivlies .it his late residue e n v i
I'.v-ty -alxtli ireet. Tlursa i I M
Mi:i tl'M -rraners Ann Tuner il ' ' '
li'N'nilAI. tiU'lli'll." Sll
third street H'ruiik I! ('iimp', ' i in i
Wednrrdiy morning, to , ! A it a
P0Jf At Ills resllenes. 1" i I i I ,nj
Islsml. mi .Mill. In. April '. I I V'f- I
Selnn l'nst, In Ids sliv -nin' li ,' -,n
of tlifi Iffte V illi'r It! HI I'll I.1 l ,i
llariif iv n'l 1' 'hi
l''tllier,ll s, ivlffs nt'l hp lir' 1 ,,,i l ,. i i.,
.1.. v ,ifnrii""i A l i " .1' e I, ,ri! i
einirrli. I 1' -'i' b I n i! i I .
srrlv 1 1 :u y '11 - ' eel .1 p .' . " . r In
leav In sr I', iin-i ' i ' 'I i at . i
I' M T"' "H i l'ir M rl' a ny
oouittoui AniNtioN rimPBAT rmTBt-tr
SAY OR night. rUNtKAL U1UK.U1