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TOTALS $110,268
Anpolicn Kanffman Panels,
$11,300, Feature of Last
ii ml Rest Session.
The limit Important Items In the Karl
Freund collection of antiquities were
!oft to the last session of the sale, which
rurrcil yesterday afternoon In ths
American Art Association. TIib audi
inec, which was h largo one. Included
riany widely known person. The total
for yesterday' sale wn 54,3J.SO. The
pnind total fur the entire collection was
The Item of first Importance offered
iciterday, No. wus a pet of eigh
teenth century panels fry Angelica
Kitlffmiin. which sold to W. M. Klook
for i'.ltlQ. Thrr panels, which por
raj'd the story of "TuleniiichUH and
lallP'O." oner formed the chief decora
.,ii in t It.iwlng room of Rathfarn-
am Castle near Publln and were
minted bv tho urtlst In 1772 when she
us l,ird"l.ly's truest In the castle. The
Pictures were removed when the build-
s w is taken over hy the Jesuit fo
rt, for the suhjicts were regarded as
,rnf.i"e. No. 13'-'. rioretitlne tapestry
. irrit known as tho "Carpet of the
r, per." a No sold to Mr. Klook for f 1.100.
Tin- clurmdiK "ililti House Hmiii," an
.rc.n.il Enirilsli "ak panelled room with
..tori' associations. No. ."!!, sold to
Mr- P.ivnc tor l.iiOO. Another beuuti
a; Kngllsh oali panelled room, which Is
.noun as the "Wren lloom," went to J.
V tro? for !;00, The seventeenth
mtiiry pipe organ front the Chateua de
IMIief'n the Anlennes, No. SUO, sold to
tV W S.atniitt. nKCtit, for $3,800. This
rtan was h ureal rarity and hud been
once ll'ed hy Salnt-Sacim. the composer,
o admired its mellowness of tone.
Henry Svmons gave l,O0 for No.
i;.' ,i n.ilr of French ehcolKnures; of
'ie l,ouls Seise period; Otto Kernel.
..sent paid JMO for No. 477, a set of
t.gllsh painted chairs of tho Hcpplo-n-lilte
period; il.ISS for No. 479. a
hlncse carved Coromandel lacquer cab
nit and stand; JSUO for No. 490. a pair
f white marble urns by tho Brothers
Adam, and ll.00 for No. 493. two Eng
i.h panels of petit-point. Miss ft. H.
li-i-i, agent, iraxe $xlo for No. 47.
i stt ot Kntillsh painted chairs o!
lie Adam period.
William llamiiKartrn paid f!,2n0 for
'o. r.3, a sixteenth century Flemish
arvsl'V. W W. Seaman, agent, bought
S'o. 49k. a Hrussels tapestry panel, for
11.07 . No. MUi, a seventeenth century
eave, for JD50; No. HOI, an old Flem
sh tapestry, for .U'.'d; Na ."02, n, Urus
els taptstry panel, for J '.'..".DO; No. 30..
i late sixteenth century tapestry, for
M lU. and No. ROti. a Flemish tapestry,
'lie design of which wan the "Sack of
l'crepolls Viewed by Alexander." for
i ;o.
rapt. M. MoMlller paid Jl.SliO for
So. 49, a French tapestry pane, and
W. M. Smith gave I1.025 for No. G2I,
a set of eighteenth century Dutch paint
Mrs. W. Floyd-Jones will give a din
rer dame at the Gotham on the evening
"f March 31.
meeting of the Madonna Pay
'.'ursery Seutng t'las- will ho held this
eiornliiB at the house of MNt Ia?ary,
132 Fifth nvdiiie.
The last for this season of the Colon)
nitres, will li held at the new Colony
' ''.I' on the night nf March 31 mid not
n the earlier ilale, us previously men
mned. M'ss i:iuabeth I'. Tuttle. daughter of
Ir and Mrs. Frederick H. Tultle. will
" married to John C. I'eet of Mollne.
Ml., to-day at the homo of her parents
fireeimlrh. Conn.
The wedding of Miss Kllnor Fatman,
.tighter ot Mr. unit Mrs. Morris Fat
..i ri'.d Henry Morgeiithau. Jr.. sou of
e I'niteil Slates Ambassador to Tur-
v ill take place on April 17 al the
irne ot her parents. 23 West Highly-
rot tret.
M .s l.oulsv S. Trexor. daughter of Mr.
r.u Mrs. Henry . Trevor, who will tie
tiarrled to J. Couper Lord In St. Har
thMrmew'M Church on May IS, will
a. i her s'ster. Miss Margaret Trevor.
'r her maid of honor. Tho other nt
tendatits will lx Mrs. William Baylls,
ir Mrs Krlc Winston. Mrs. W. Clll
W "e, Jr. tliu .Misses Kmlly Wlmhrop.
Kli-.tior Lawrence, Helen Ticvor. Cecily
K'-n and l'liyllls lllih, the last named
it Boston.
A sale, to Iw- condiicteil by children;
sill he held this altertioon ut the home
ef Mrs ('harle 15. Alexander, 4 West
Fi'i)-ilghth htri-et. Useful and funcy
. r' les toys, flowery, confectionery and
it, mil Iim on sale. The pi weeds will
te 't .-trlhiileil among tharltles for chll
tif litMn the. summer. Among those
"i ill t:ku part arc the Allses Maud
"'stir flruec Viindi'tblll. .Marian Hnff
i ltenee, Cnrhart, Lvelyn IliRelou
irk Margaret Trimble, Kate and
I tM IIhmii, Lesllo Murray and Agnew
"arrrn. linbert U Oerry. Jr., rilbha
"rrll. lUglliald itosn. liuthrie Wll
lird. John Duncan. Malcolm D, Whit
' n Jr , Liiwrenco Dickey and John
i' i '.n' h. Jr.
Icrnmiit tirta Commissioner Here.
fr Mllo II. Ulllegaa, aMwclate pro
fso- of .lementary education In
T' 's Cullege. han been anDOlnted
fi m ssloner of Education for the State
f Vi nnc.it. Prof. Ilillegas will enter
M'o . it. now work about July 1.
riaa and Playrra.
G- ff lfnbkrt und Rur.n Itiirlr will
ontriteate the book and lyrics n! Dave
n:rir nd Jerome Kern will provide lh
11 1. In- Ih. ip'.tlMb. a. ... i. u u.
tl' Sit 4, Jr., will place in rehsu'raal shortly!
tVIm Mury Plrltford appear at the
"ir.pMrcnie nn Hundny nlht she will h
' 1 t sketch called "The Friend of
i .Mi.o..r4i," siipporiMi ny .lames .1.
1 'rhs't Jack (VUrlen. limmrtt Flynn and
. lelwln K. Hush, promoter of ths Co
''' in Amiieemnt Company, will nnance
i theatre on VVert Korty-elirhlh
iff- which, us announced, Ii to be
:i" r.y trnuiunie nmnM of
'i'1-i. s,. iidiKMt, uranaon Tynan and
""' t. tyier.
Th.4 ljil.rl nlav hv A m v.i l 11 Ttinma.
fjl.'l "Blo Orande." will be presented U
r.mpirr Theatre on Tuesday evenlna.
Arrl I The renes are laid on the Meil-
ft Irontlor. although Its subject tut
"'r.irg to do with the prejent polltlral
Hill' tlllen In that region.
Ilio Brsi Acmri Fund benefit ever to be
'"'i In Brouklyn will he held under the
..invito ni LMniei rroamau at me Aoaa.
'""V nr Mu.lc on Sunday evenlner. Anril .
Th Ahorn Opera Company will furnish I la
innni,a tingura end there will be a pro
fitunc of vaudeville Mare supplied by
H.rtlii Derk and U V. Albee.
Tde. rirownlng Society of America will
' a speeUJ performance of "In a Hal-
10'..' j, , !. n - Thulr. n Jnn,,uu
Ap-i fn behalf of the Barrel! Browning
.Ul'l, The Drur.mm. will lnflud Hiw.
injtl' r.adlngs by Kdlth Wynne Malthlson.
i.'iur' CiUinonde," Mary Kitner I'xikus.
t"Uiy Kmlth and Alfred Shirley will
leifi nr tVir. Ln.tut r,uin. u. h ,ni..
tls lent ut ,e Hippodrome on Sunday
Cfhl lor Hie heneill nf the Actors luiil
?' " 'nig hits rendered on flfletii dlf.
irint uiuiiii by the comnosers who wrote
'l.'i'i A i Millar Jhlug was enacted at the
Itmb Oamliol. Among the player
, " "''.unav Keraer, irving nriin, nay.
tnoB,i iiullUU MUlo Ileln, Jerome Kern,
, tlS1 ubm. A. Iialdwla Mmm, Robert
t. U(M ana vln. T . .u
American Soprano T)isclncs
Dramatic Temperament and
Poetic Fancy.
Marcella Craft, soprano, gave a song
recital yesterday afternoon In Aeolian
Hall. Mlsa Craft la one of the numeroug
American singers who Have been com
pelled to make their careers In Kurope
because In this country there Is a want
of opera houses In which beginners may
nnn openings with prospects of rising
to the lop. She has eung In Munich.
Dresden and Berlin, und In the tlrst two
cit es Is an established favorite. Hep
Halome la regarded ns authoritative und
she has given song recitals In Oerinany
with much honor.
All of those things which this Inter
, American has done In the land
or Teutonic Ide-alu can be done with mote
glory there than here. Germany Is a
musical, but not a vocal country, tf a
ulnger can treat the text with elocution
ary skill, placing accent, emphasis and
lonaf- color In such manners as to dis
close tho purpose of the poem, and can
L .t0 tnl" ot Interpretation suf
ficiently good tone to Indicate the mel
ody. If not actually to sing It. and can
add some touches of temperament, suc
cess la absolutely certain.
No amount of had tone In the medium,
shrieking upper notes, singing out of
tuna or breaking phrases can discourage
an audlencn In Germany. Of the tlner
qualities of vocal rt hearers oter there
appear to be wholly Ignorant. Tltc
Sun's music reviewer has many times
observed with wonder the enthusiasm or
German audiences while songs were he
Ing Interpreted with almost nothing like
real singing and has been scarified from
Berlin to Vienna for telling about It.
But It Is good to tell the truth.
Miss Craft Is not so poor ova1 re
source, as many of the lleder sinners nf
the- Fatherland : but she is far from
teaching the standard of singing reVo
nlted in this provincial city. She has a
voice which was probably at one time
a very good one and wlilih still contain
some beautiful tones, t-speclally In the
middle register. But the noisy Teutonic
opera house has done much to destroy
the quality of the voice, which Is hard
and worn and which refuses to be true
to the pitch at all times. Furthermore
It was apparent that Miss Craft had
never been a mletresi of vocal technic.
for sh. frequently produced upper tonisl
In the familiar vicious manner and '
forced all parts of her voice through
the use of muscular Interferences. Her
piano singing was often extremely good.
In tnis she often sang "on the breath,
and It was plain that she knew -the
value of the head quality In such work. I
But the velvnt was brushed from her '
voice long ago and her singing wanted
Just the mellowness, and soft resonance
which is essentia! to the creation of a
sensuous beauty.
Dramatic temperament, intelligence
and a consummate knowledge of style
are her greatet ussvts. Fine Insight
and poetic Imagination weie shown lr.
eery number. She was too ncrvoua
to sing her first songs well, hut never
theless her delivery of Scarlatti's "So
Florlndn e fldele" was a model of tate
and communicative method. She sang
Brahms's "Feldeinsamkelt" with poverty
of tone, but great riches of feeling.
Her mastery of the composer's Intent
was complete. There were other lyrics
In which similar excellence1 was shown.
Miss Crttt departed from cuitom by
placing her roiip of songi by American
composers (hint. There were eight
songs, most of thfiu hopelessly dull,
conventional ami even pointless, iv
haps after all It is bolter to put the.
Americans at the end, where Miss I'rat;
placed I'lluncr. Strauss, Zaudoual, .M.u;.
cagul and Muntone, a noblo company
of allle.1.
Philharmonic's l.aat Kvrnlua Inn-
rrrt if thr Heaann.
The I'lillharmonit; Snclei Ji.ef
Stratisky inmluctor. gave the lust e.
nlng concert of Its seventy-fourth mm-
son in Canivgle Mall tat nlcht. n all
Wagner program. I. c nade. up of orches
tral selections was given.
The numUTs In the list comprised the
overture to the "Fljlng Outchman." the
prelude to "Lohengrin" and that t"
tlte third act or iim same worn, uie en
trance of tho gods from "Das fthe-ln-gold":
the "Siegfried Idyll." the pre-
hide and llui-iid or install und
Isolde." the "U()d Friday Spell" from
"Parsifal," the "Hmx'h.inale from
Tamthar user, the "Wuldaelien rrom
Siegfried" and the prelude to "tle
Hie audience was large and It mani
fested much Interest In the performance.
Will Hevlp Kltfb Pla Made I"a-
moae li Mnnelleld.
Arnold Daly Is to appear ill a re
vival of Richard Mansllelcl's great suc
cess, "Itcau lliumniel," by Clytlo Fitch.
Mrs. Mitnslle hi ha" given her consent
to the cnternrl11. and the pla will h
presented In New York aloiit April S4.
Mr. Daly will play the title role,
und others In the. cast engaged will be
F. J. IluLcl ffe. Herbert Percy, 'jnaries
Ilarbury, Marguerite Leslie, Mllla.i Kol
ler, Alice Putnam. I'.va. Dcntilson.
Gladys Morris. Htanley Dark. Reginald
Harlow and Rowland Iluckstone.
Mrs, A. G. Vandrrhllt Baa Katatr.
Mm. Alfred O. Vanderbllt haa boiiRht
n.irt of Erfklne Park, lh WeMtliiKhouse
country estate at Lenox, Mans, Her
purchase covers more tnan juu are.
Worthlngton Whltehoiibo arranged Ihe
Wolentt Mr. and Mr. W, C. Itnpsnn,
Grand Kapidai lUrol'l Muxnell, SI. Iulu.
Annla Mr. ancl Mm, J. It. Mulr, llrl,
Pa : Mr. and Mra. J. II. Abelea, Hlvrr.ljl'-.
N. V.
Kuoy Mr. and Mrr. C. M. HK'. San
Franrtaeo; Mr, and Mra. T. M, LHiucUdh,
Knickerbocker It. I- tlalrd, Ho.ton;
John II. Kinney. Wa.hlngton. U. C : M, H.
Mllfi. llocheater. N. Y.
The LorralneWlnthrop , Amen. Bonton;
Mra K. Tl. flaion. Milwaukee, M.i Mrs
John C. Orant, Chicago.
Betteelalre W. K. Buckley, Mljo city:
I. M. Kouta. Haitln, N. .i Mr. and
Mra. M. Klaekien. Chlrafo.
MoAlnln Mr. an. I Mra. John R. Laid
law. Torontoi Kuth Milliard, M. U.. Tren
ton, N. J.I B. I'c'- Balrlf h. N C.
Clarldse Jo.aph M. Mcllenry. Nanhvlllr,
Ten. i Mr. and Mr. Robert W. XcMy,
Wlltlamaporl, Ta.i Mra. Frank Htewarl,
Hlltniore Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Denlion. Mountain I.akci: Mr. and Mra.
J. J. Brooka. Plttaburgi Albert O. Welch.
aotbam Mr. and Mra. F M. Prlnca,
Mlnnrapollai Mr. and Mra. Crawford Hiir.
tobi olitir Bay. U hi Charlea II. UkHi,,
tit, liule.
Alsonquln O. Wallace Hlmpann. Philj.
deliinla' Mr. and Mra. Ilenrv I'nnant,
Upper Monti lair; C. C. Juvkaon. Hprlni;
fluid. Ma.a.
Prince i!eore J 1". riallagli.r, rii-vr.
laixl. Ollloi IMward K Conk. Niiliile.
Tenn ! UdiiiiinU Ci. While. Ro.ton
Vanderbllt J. V. (lately. Harniuo Lake.
N. Y.i T, B. Marreltr. Milwaukee, W,j
Randolph J. Mcllae, Toronto, C'uiuUj.
Manhattan Mr. and Mra. Gordon Ed.
warua, Ottowa, Canada; Mr, and Mra, It.
iM Olnutsad, yreua. N. Y.; Mr. sa
Mrs. W. i. RT. Qure.
President Href Hallci llueer Trip
the l.laht Fantaatlr,
Wasiiisctov, March :.1.Tlic I'rcsl
dent and Mrs. Wilson occupied a box
at the National Theiitrc this evening
for the tlrst of the three performances
of tho llallet Ilusse. Others who oc
cupied boxes were the French Ambas
sador and Mine. Jusrer.ind, Mine, da
Oama, wife of the llr.iilll.in Ambassa
dor: the nusslan Ambassador and Mm', I
Hakhmetcff, tho Ilrltlsh Ambassador and
I.sdy Spring-Rice, Mrs Itlehanl Town- '
send, Mr. and Mrs. I'en llclmont. Mm
llaugc, widow of Ihe tinnier Mm s t
from Nurway, and Mr, Harriet lllnlne
The Russian hall for the benetlt of
Russian slcl; and wounded as held to
night at Rauscher's. About midnight
leveral inctnbers. of the It.illit ltuse
daiuiil the ltusl:n polonalsi .
The boxliolde's for the'bull were the
French Ambassador and Mine. Jii-ser-
and, Mine. ,l.t llama, wlf.i of tlio lira-1
.iiii... i mii-mtiiini" fin. iio.ki.io AmtiiM. I
'.. it .Li,,,.i..n in,, itrii. ,
lh Ainhaador and Lady Sprlng-Rlce,
the Italian Ambassador and Countess ill
Mt. P.inliH. wlff of the Seeri'tary
of the Nay. war. the KU'xt at lunoheim
to-il.iy of .Mr. Theodore A H.tlitwiii.
Senator .iml Mre. Wiiilorth niter
tallied al illnnr to-iilBht In honor of
their hoUM- KlieM, Mls.1 ll.irh.ini Hlel-
Irlii of New Viirk. Tim company n
iludeil Mr. and Mrc. Cinreiuc Hay.
brother and Hii-ter-ln-law nf Mr. Wadt.
worth, and (JeorBe Marvin,
Molnr far l.naea TO Mile Hun to
Miami by in Mlnntra.
Palm Reach. March i'3. In a race
between n llylnir inachlti" ami nt hlRh
powered automobile the latter waH
beaten In the anventy mile run to Miami
by llfteen minute". William Karl IiodKo
of New York huh In the lllni; ma-chin-
with Fnderkk Eden. In the
motor car were Hubert W. ilueiel und
Anlonl.i SVoili Mr Pudiie. iittsr a
week'H llviiiK, hat- cnimnieolunul Mr.
Kilen to buy him a 'urtij-K MyiiiK boat
to viifi 1 r.,00'1.
Mi ami Mrf. William Thaw 3d. who
have been crulHlnn In I.awrenoi Ar
mour'a yacht Awn, tcturned yetterila
Mr. and Mm, .lorir Andro left for New
York hint nieht after iitteiidtnic a fare
well dinner Klven for them at the. Reach
Club by Clarence JuncH. Other dinner
hoth wero Harold Viunlerbllt, Frederick
l-'nOJnKhuyeen, Craltf lllddlo and Hobett
Mm. Jamis Kennedy ciUKht one of
the larRetit fall Mfh to-day that hax
been captured here by a woman thl
V'ir. measuring Mjven and a half feet
M'rann llalalr In Ihr Mnvlra.
Stum Point, M.mli 23. A troupe of
100 moviiiR plctini' actors, aldeil by It.
It. Ilore of HlKhlaiiit Fiills, arrived at
Fott MonlRoniery In a special car lo-day
nnil took tiHiNltiK iilcttiri-H on tin- summer
estate of .1, fierpont Moiriiii tliere.
They photoRraiihed scenes on the. Mor
gan property and several farniH at the
foot of the mountain. They brought
conslderablo live stoi'k with them to
take In the picture.
I.nurrltt- Taylor lit a Xrw Play.
MnCllEsTtn, March '.'3. liuretto Tay
lor appeared hero at tho Lyceum Theatre)
to-nlKhl In a new play from tho pen of
her hufbaini, .1. Hartley Miitmets. called
The WooIiir of Kvo" under tlio Joint
direction of Klaw tc KrlaiiKcr and Oeorita
C Tyler. TIiIh wiik the tlrst nppniirancn
of MIks Taylor slnco "Pcr o' My Heart "
The play will not I pres.eiited 111 New
York until next fceaaon.
fesllnnr toilaj by the United fruit ateira
bin Tivlvei for porta ot the C,iribUan:
Mra. K. W. White. Mra. Uiiuae V (ilbaaii.
Jnaepli P, Ronltoii. II. S. Wliltii(rham
Victor I. am a, I rid Mra. Ellulxlh Kvnna.
Hy ihe Ward liner Monterey lor Havana
.Hid Mexico!
Ml flirltella M T S 8aiim1ers
I'rovtrll. Ur, lltnry Allen Tup-
Mr. ami Mia. Fraud ier,
Tatliiini , (Jeorjo H, Kniley
Saniili'l fhanibrr.
Arrival by the Mini. on liner Mini.iniar
(ioiii A in I II w- and Nuuvit.'ia:
Frank J. French, Julian K. Tebbrtts.
Donald O. Dow. Mr. and Mrs. II, r,
Mr. and Mrs. John W, Whldden.
Heynolds. , Calvin Kirk.
Maood nslttead. Ocorsa O. Fubsr.
a wonderful city to poison!"
About .S3.000 Realized at Re
cital in the Home of Mrs.
.Tames Speyer.
For the benefit of St. Mary's Free
lloi'ltnl for Children an Interesting vio
lin recital by Fritz Krrlsler was given
tcstcr.biv iiiternonn at the home of
I.Mrs. James Speyer. IMk Fifth awnue.
' Tin: late audlenco a seated In tho
I ballroom mid library adjoining. Mr.
Krelslcr's programme, was: Sonata, A
'major, Handel, prelude and allegro, Pu-
ganl; andnntliio, Padro Martini: chan
l.ml XIII. und I'.tvalic. Louis Cou-
perln; allegretto, l,utgi iioconnrint.
ation. Tartlnl. chanson meditation.
IL.iv.llns Cottenet: moment musical
Schubert-KrelMer, eerejiadc E.ip.ino'.e,
Chuiiilnuile-Krelsler: caprice Viennolu,
Kn li-ler
Amoni; thoe preaent were Mr.
UeorKe Henry warren. -irr, j;imca .i.
ltKi. ;clt. Mra. Lancaster Morgan, Mlts
lllaiiche Potter. Mrs. W. Storr.i Wella,
Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, Mm. W. M.
thviKan do Pe.vster. Mrs. William Alex
ander. MrH. Charle It. Flint. Mm. J.
Horace Hardin, Mra. Joseph Pulltxer.
Mrs. W. tinman Bull, Mrs. J. Wood
ward Haven. Mrs. Oeorge T lilies. Mrs.
.1 NVNon norland. Mr. Oeorse P. Oam-1
maim. Mrs. F. Grand d'Hautcvllle, Mrs.
It. Ludlow Fowler. Jr.. Mrs. Frank K.
sUurKls, Mlsf torl:i Francklyn, Mr.
(l.-orRc II. Post, Mi a David Hellei, Mrs.
W. Warner Hoppln, Jr., Mrs. Charlea
W, Hittkness. Mrs. Henry W. Munroe,
Mrs. Richard Irvln, Mra. Lewla (iou
verneur Morris, Mrs-. William C. Rocke
feller. Mrs. Arthur M. DodRe, Mrs. J. I
Muhletila-rn Ratley. Mrs, William M. V
Hoffman, Mr. Ilalph HanRer, Mrs. I
I'.oodhuo LhtiiKston, Mrs. Rowland
ti Allen, Mrs. J. Russell Soley.
Mrs. Charles M. Connfelt, Mrs.
Hamilton Fish. Mm. Herbert Pntt. the
Missis ll.li rlet anil Miirv Crocker Alex
ander, Mn. J. Nelson norland. Mis. Wal- I
tr Patnnwch, M1-h Maria de Rarrll,
Mm IVIward Harkness, Mrs. Ullloll
F Sin i.ird, Mrs, Forsyth Wlckis, Mrs.
Joliti lnneii Kane, Mrs. Phillip A t.
Ftiinkllu, Mrs. ClmrUi P. Peters, Mrs.
John M. L. Rutherfuril, Mm. John R.
Hrexel. Allss Alice Drexel, Mrs. William
Faniuharson, Mrs. Henry dellgman, Mrs.
Fredi'ilck Ijewlsohn, Mrs. Huowdin
l-'iihnestock. Miss LuIhIIh Leland, Mrs.
Kdwanl It, Hewitt, Mrs, Howard Car
roll, Mrs. WhltowrlRht Watnon, Mr.
lieorRw Whitney, Mm. James L. Har
clay, the Misses Susan and Anna Street
and the .Misses Flora and I'.arbara Whit
ney Alter the recital Mr. Krelsler was
presented with a Moral wreath by sev
eral children of tho hospital. About
3,0oo u.u) realized.
Mlas Anar Morgan Takes a Tarn
on tiolf Cnnrar,
WlHTK Sri.l'llt'R S!pR SJOH, W. VlU.
March S3 The, solfers were out In full
torec to-day. Miss Anne T MorRdn
iiruIii spent the day on the links, playln?
with Miss Maud Wet more. Clifford V.
Hrokaw, Clifford V. Rrokaw. Jr, Mm.
Thomas Penny, Mooriield Storey, Ed
inoml E, Sinclair, J 11. Cunningham and
I. V, fiedney also wern on the course,
Many parties took the x mile drive
over the honeymoon trail tn Klinhiir.it
for luncheon, Oscar L. Richards enter
tHlned a party of ten, which Included
Mrs, Albeit Flake, Mrs. Flnke Man
nlni;, Miss Helen M. Flake, Mrs. John F.
Ailauio, Mrs. C. Fredtilek Frothlncham
und Mrs. Edward W. C Arnold. Mrs.
Andrew C. Willies win, with Mr and Mrs.
F.ttoro Fontaine, Mr, and Mrs. Panlel
A, LoHiir, Jr., had a parly of four.
A tldltiR party that went around Oak
hurst Included Mr, and Mrs. J. Hrooks
Fmiiihi. Mrs Hoylslon Heal. Miss Ellia
hetli S. Heal, Mrs. Richard (!. Storey,
Miss Pauline Fenno and Miss Kalherlne
L. Ktoioy.
Challes L. MoKeehan and Waller C.
Jaiiney rode over Kate's Mountain. Mr
mid Mrs. Jacob II. Sclilff tramped over
the trails to-day.
Now York nrrlvals Include firorre
I'Aims Tiirnuro, Mr, and Mrs. Oiliwulu N,
Panu, MrK A. H. Fenno. Sir. and Mra.
E. L. lllroux and Mrs. Howard Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. K. Roberts arrived
from Philadelphia and Mr, and Mra. J.
K. Harlow from Bostom.
Laaekeoae Attrart Xamber
f Vlaltore.
Hot FrWNGS. Va,, March C3. Re
tn fifty and lxty vl5ltor lunched
to-day at Faaslfern Farm. The lar(?est '
party of the day wan g'.tn by Mr. and
Mrs. V. Z. need of Denver, who had
among- their ffueMH- Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Smith. Mr. and Mr. Howard Cad
maladcr. Cromwell Woodward. O. Clin-
ton Murray, Mir Barbara Uarnes, V. Z. i
Heed. Jr.. Joseph Heed. MIhm Maraaret !
Heed, Mr. and Mra, C. r. Lone and
Mlm (iladyn Hennett. Others' at the
farmhouse for luncheon Includ.-d Mra
Charles S. ilrt-wer, L. ArehlUtld, MIcm
FarrlnaJon and Mrs. Henjamlii Hrew
ster. Mr. und Mre, A P. Villa reached
h' re from New York to-day. Other
nrrlvala were Mr. and Mru. Henry C
Atlu. MIps Marearet Atha. Mr. and
Mrr, M. Plum. Jr., and Mr. M. (!. Plum,
The coif c.iurn.' was thronged with
pl.'ra lioth mornlnu and afternoon. J.
Maudervllle Carlisle, CleorKe Warrlnc
ton, A. Clifford tinkle and 17. Hunt
Ington Hooker made up a foursome.
Iir. Herman L. Hli:c of ?Ce Vnrl;
pUr,1 around the course ut), hie
dnuchier, MIm Katherlne IIirk Mr.
and Mrs. Caleb F played elirhtern
noi.s lusrmer. ntber trolfcrs w-re Mrr.
.11. H Joy, It. F. MfKire. Mls L. .
Prlndle. MIrd Mablo CJIIImore. Miss
Helen nrap. r. Mr. and Mrs. I. c. Dar
llnp. Mr. und Mrs. Kilward Roblnette
nnn .vr. ana .Mrs. William P Palmer.
The larce Ratherlnc of studentH who
are Biendlmf their spriiiR ucatton here
was- incnaseii to-diy by the arrival of
a party of young, women students from
me, nweilDtler Fchonl, tiwertbrle.-, Va,
Ontnrr Theatre Will Be l ard for
Italian Relief Krle,
For the hene.llt ot the Italian Win
Relief a Venetian niasoue ball t l.
Klvin to-nlKht In the Centur Ttieatrr
The orchestra of the theallo has belli
partly Dooreil over for the ... caMon
Picvlous to Reiiiral daniini; tluri lll
be u 11 ellletl.iiiiinent ml tho slaKe, bleu
will be sit as u Venetian Kai.lct Ain.nii,
the participants will be Mlsj, Rosmih
liiilll. with members of Ibo. Mulropollinii
Opera Houu ballet; a ArRintln.t, the
Spanish dancer, and Mnurlie und
Florenro Walton. It is expected that
all those who sit In the orchcntni and
boxes will wear Venetian costumes,
Atnonr those who hiue taken seats and
boxes ara .Mrs. W. Rnurkn Cockran.
Mrf. James Lowoll Putmiin, Mrs. Ed
ward N. RrcltuiiR. Mrs, H. W MrVleknr.
Mrs, Charles H. Wood, Mr. and Mrs,
AiiRutt Uelmont. Mrs Harry Pavne
Whitney. Mrs. William E. Henjamlii,
Mrs. M. Lawrence Keene, Mrs. William
R. Hearst, the Puehess dl Torlonlii, Mri.
William K. Draper. Mrr. New bold .c
Hoy EdKar. Mme. Marin Rurrleiitos,
Mis. W. Adams Pelauo, Mrr. Adam '.
Nnrrle. Mrs. Ainoa It. E. Plnchot, .m,.,,
Iliburt L. Satterleo, Miss I'nrnnril Car
roll, Mrs. Stanley MrCorrutck, Mrs icll.
Jamln Nlfoll, Mrs. I'rederlclt Pearson,
Mrs. John T. Pratt. Mfo, Eyerton L,
Wlnthrop, Jr, Mlts Elsie d. Wolfo.
Charles T. Mathi-ws. Cluienre H. Mac
kay, sir Herbert Reerbohm Tree, Jnsjph.
II Hunt, Henry ii. ilray. K'nul lvr.
Chnrles E Snmpion and l'mncla lloclie.
OwInK in the masque, the ic;il.r
dsncc tn tne. I'flin llotitita room of
the Vanderbllt will ho omitted, but ai
Italian dinner will Iw Kleu there lu
nlRht for tho bmielll of the Italian Hind
Purine tho dinner Miss Consiaiiro iin
ney will dame and Hlnnor Tuzzq will
elm? Neapolitan soiirs.
In 5iew York To-daj-.
Century Theatre. Club, mtetlnt, Hotrl
aaior, r. .i
Iowa Society M New o,-k, ineetlnR,
Sew York Alumni of Hjini Chi, meet-
ins. Hotel ninnnauap, s I'.
Vereilan Mtu IIjM f"r Italian War
liauer runa, caniury ineuire, rdntnr.
Addreaa on "thletlca In th sclmola," hv
raiiNieiu j.urciiruai, .uMrr union, '
P. M.
American Women'b lieua for selr-Pe.
fence, drill, N'lnili Iteflinent Armor,, i
P M.
MrrtlliK to dt. ' U. dent e.eefi. ol h,'
Clllldlll. Wa.h.tialOU Irvlns 11 fch s,!io,j.
bOL'luty ot Cliem ca Inilustr. iiii-eincr
to nlai-u.a l.w luduatry, to i:nt loity.
first uirect, I I', M.
New York Ulartrlcnl Society, addresa hy
Frank J. Surugua on "A Month With th
Atlantln Fleet," : Waal Thirty -ninth
trot. P. M.
$4,000,000 LEFT BY
She Made No Will, hnt Most of i
Her Property Will Go to
Her Husband.
An appraisal (lied yesterday of the
stnto of Mrs Craco Watt Tliomas. mho
died on August 1C, 1911. at Oreenwlrh.
Conn., tines the value at f.9,83ri, but
dos not nt Iho present time addi
tional property, which will bring tho
total estate t" more than tl.nOU.OnO.
Mrs. Thomas was a niece nf Miss Mary
fl. Plrilmsv. :md as otio of the thtec
I residuary legatees tinder the Plnkney i
will was entitled i" iji,". ihhok
her lifetime the, received 4:9,7il and
tho remainder Is her Interest In property '
as yet unsold. (
Mrs. Thomas left no will, but her hu.-'
hand, Dr. Emery .1. Thomas of the Hotel i
Nethorland. received J.'.98.!S2. Her sis. ,
... i, ,11,. iVuii MorrlH Lawrence.
got if .125, and thn .emalnder went to j
two nephews and two nieces. Shft owned
. , . . - , . 1 .h.I I, ...I lat,'. '
mortgages worm tiei.-, o.i
elry and silverware valued at Jl'9.019.
She owned .intcs aggregating $16,30'
made hv her sister, Mrs. Lawrence, but
the estate contended that the notes are
of doubtful value because they were
made while Mrs. Lawrence was In
competent. The property not Included In the ap
praisal lei an lnleret In a trust fund of
$4tn,195. an Interest In a t"7,sfio Judg
ment nM. lined hv the Plnkney estate
against the Interborough and an Interest ,
In it claim or liiiinjiii" agaion m
. . .A...v. rn. l,n h .itHlnr .if the Sim
ler HJI imps II IIM .1 - ... I
wav o'l Lenox uveiillii between 11. til.
and 14Sth Blrce's, owned by the estate.
a Comptroller Will Force a
Itnllna on Transfer Taie,
WittTf. Plains, N Y March '.3. The
State Comptroller Is going to have the
courts pass Upon the question lu to
whether e.lghtcen lots worth M.aS&.QOO.
transferred by John O. Wrndel of Man
hattan, to his rlsters, previous to lilt
death, Miotild b taxed by tin: State
under the Inheritance tax law.
State Transfer Tax Appraiser Clark.
In taxing the ertate, declined to tax the
propert mentlonid. because he eald that
there was no evidence to show that Mr
Wcndel tranferred the lots In anticipa
tion of death and to escaiio the Inheri
tance tax
The property In question Is located In
Thlrty-clKhth street, between Seventh
aveniie and I!roadwa. The lots were
given to the teftMor under the will of
his father. John D. Wendel. Charles C
Pernio, who Is associated with Frauds
A. Wlnelnu, as attorneys for the Conip
Holler In Westchester county, said to
day that pair on the appeal from the
decision of the appraiser bud been drawn
and would be filed In a day or two.
MRS. LEASK LEFT $500,000.
Trnai Panda to Hrlatltra ltrrrl to
lreali trrlnn f'hnrltlra.
A ti-qnest of J7J.000 to tli Fifth
A-enue rrexbterl.in Church for mlti
slons and a.n.iller l-raclei" to other l"ref
bMerl.in Institution arc provided In the
will of Mr May Le.i.k. unu r.eil on
jarcn .1M and waa th.j widow of
Ccorce Le(lk. banker. Tlio .Mate Is,
estimated at more tl' in J H'O.onn
T'e mil lo'' i trust fund of IJ.I.'ind
to Cora H. II I. .-.lU-it , and after her
death th. prlri.-.i-al Kes to the Hoard j
r.r ltebef for Pis'ibbd Ministers. A
fund of flTiomi to I'aiinlo It Perkins,
a cousin, c 's t.i the Anierican Female
n iril aii s'is-letj A trust fund of
Mi'it.'iOii s left to l'.esste Perkins .-her-
no.Nl, a tllece, lllici .llier -ie- uraio
j',fi,y(.0 ru, r lo the .Niirlhtleld Schoul
lid Sjii.HOn Is dlvhled bilwteii tne
Hoard of Foreign Missions und tho
lloird of Home Mission-.
Mrs. Lfssk diidcil her Jeweliy imon
rilatlxis aid fi'.ends, the bulk Rome to
ld-s!c P. rklns S:.erwoi-d .Mrs. i.tasK
pae f 7 i.inin to rar yraunnetuiew , Mai
risoii IVrk :.s SI" rwou.l
The Mi tropin Miis-um receiver
,'Ollectloii of blip and whit.- Station!
h'storlcal plates
urromite ner I I nil a linianre
nf 4ll.l."ll aat-aHlir.
Winrn Plans'. N Y. Maioh 13
urroi ite Sawier in a dect-ton tiaiiiei
a:i to-il.n tlnile tint two tru-t fumls
of J7").o00 left by Samuel ,1. Tild. Ii, who
llrd AURtist t, lv'":. '''' nephews,
ileorui- II iiinl Samuel ,i umen -n.
should 111. been taxed by the State Tax
Appraiser as to tin- whole alue of Hie
trust", lust, .nl of taxinif the lite In-
tctesth which the nepiKWs lnneiue.i
umh r the terms of the w 111
(ieui-e II Tildcii dl.'l on Jl.iv It.
I'll .. Irav'tiR ti re.- son., while sanitul
.1 Til-ieji ;'il dl'-'l on I 1 1 iriia r 1. I'M I.
I nil-.- the terms of the will of I'.e oilR'
r i' I 'i.l..- , tie mist fiiniV lete ti be
l.-l-tted in Hi. In Irs ol tin liejipes
r- i . (. 1 Cie olid 'efr lio ,
r- ,i --..r-nt, S.i iijir in his On i'o'i t'i'ils
"tin- illH it 1 i I AH It ll-t liltiil. ll Mi.
dale ot ii oi-a: i ot Si.i.ml J ll.diu
Wll., Jl..l'.0"f. Ihe Millie ol Hie hit
ettatc as .s'ui'.itid by tin iippralsei
In the tornie pl.iceeillllK was JlD.l.'lt.
This, deducted from tho full i ilue of the
trust, leant, a bilance of Jniljfi,
wllU'li sliou.d he taxed at th,- rite of
'i ;n-r i ei'i
t nmptrnllrr Trl la IHll.n'la to I. all
mule of l.anitc.
State I'om'Ptrolli r Travis f .,n oruer
icserdaj 'i 'In- Surrocies Court
illriCtuiE ll.c i state of Mattbi.w " P
Rordeti to s' on en use in-di. befoi.
Surroaaie Fm,.r nil) a ti .nl ippi its.il
of the esi.ii,- 'lioiild not lu ..rliiiil
The Con.ptrollc' objeits tu n vc em re
port ot Appra s-i i JoM I I. -mis m
which lie ru'u.id to Hid 'l.in Mr llor
lien'i iiitmst ni the ilrin of M. i.' p
tii'din x had am t;oiiil w,!' The
n ppi i -ir nade the :u rllni; bcaii-e uf
the ten ''" n rt nor-1, p ac.'ee.
men iiiulei w h eh the coed w II passed'
to ti e siiri 'v.iu t'-w ti ers
The Stall I 'oniptri lti r ilso bebeieia
that the estlnute of ! 1 . 1 -I t .v: : as Mr
Rutiletib itilirist In the flnn too
snull heillUse the vepur- of all ICiOllllt-
nut shnwiil that tin Mini made i profit
of fK'i.iir' In lesi thai- two juare
. I'.
Elio'a X illel to 1'i-ailf.i .
Match '.'"-Tlie French ih
etmnent tool IV urihted I Ir IV'e Of Ilb
itui of sixty dav to Hrtni'ind H'lLi'ir.
a private m be I'len.-h nnpv who vv i:
valet of tlio late Amu. !' Coo of ,S'ew
York, so that he inav : i 'u New York
in May to te.tili- ,n tlie K.io w II cas-.-.
Roth sides desire Hkl 'Ut'i nviilem e us
to tn" -.eslaineiitary lapiilty id Mi. Eno,
Jnallcc Mnildoa l.cft III to Wife.
suprcne C.itirt .In-' n .iiHnl T i i I.
iov. tvl (Led hi l'too.-iwi M , i, t
1 . 1,-' ' e . '" -it ' on i v , ' hi , . I
f s'i.P - !'. in a . ,n
ut n i K"' o 1 ,. .', 1 1. ,,
C. Alinldf.x T.u win. w .' h via hlui
yisli 'day vva.- niaile i Xiv 1 G. I9.
mill Is 111 tlio Jiistlcop handw rltlPK. Jus
tice Mnddox left a sou and two daughters
Beginning Tomorrow (Saturday')
At The American Art Galleries
To be sold at unrestricted public sale
On Wednesday, 1hufcUy ind Friday Frenint next,
. Mirth 2Wi, 30Ui end 31st. al 8:00 deck.
A Collection of Over Three Hundred
Old and Modern Paintings
by Foreign and American Artists
Belonging to the estate of the late
Senhor Salvador de Mendonca "''
and to several other estate
and a number of private owners as specifically indicated
on catalogue of the sale.
To be told en Ihe afternoons of Tuesday and
Wednesday next, March 28th and 29th, at 2:30 o'clock
Mrs. E. G. Simmons' Collection
Chinese Cabinet.size Porcelain, Snuff Bottles, Jades, Crystal and Other
Hard Stones, Lacquers, Carvings, Bronzes, Enamels and other Objects
The C. A. Hirschfelder Collection
Japanese and European Ivory Carvings
The nalea will be conducted
and hit aatltlant,
.fiiginn nq. riuin canrsniva e.. ami ntrvstt New Tork
naroa Kraradalr.
Ii.vpon. Mareli 23. The Hv. Alfred
.V II. t'nrzon, Huron Searnjale, died
tu-tl.iy at iUn ;ige nf SI after an Hlnem
of Mime nii'ntlii-. Uaron Hearrdalc was
the f.itlier of K.irl Turzon of Kedlefton,
.111 1 was the nephew of Ihe third Haron
of He.irMlale. He filcopeiled to the title
In 1i3. Ho wan rector of Kedleeton,
hlf lium'j being at KcdlcMon Hall, Derhy
nlillT. Mlaa llattle H. Hadlona.
nHKENiricii, Conn., March 13. Miss
Hattle lluford HurllonR. 69 years olJ,
claiiKhter of the late Hiimii'l and Kllrn
b.'th Morris ISuri'one nf I'tlca, died at
Hie home of her ulster, Mrs. Helen C
William!', on l.'dKewood Prlvo to-d-iy
from h romplleiitlnn of dltiMM-s. Her
sIs-tT wrul a nlwc Hiirvlve. Hurlal will
he lu Forest Hill Cemetery, l.'tlca.
F, l atoatrabarali,
NcwAtiK, N. J., Mit.-h 13. Frank
Llneoln StmitnihurRh died here to-day
of jppemllcitlb after a brief Illness He
i. h member or tne cioimnR nrm or
S mit'-rl'iitcti A '"o 'n Hioid ureet.
Thre children, 'Tuy, Iteatrlce and Frank
Lincoln fc'mutcnbuich. Jr., hurvlve.
Mra. Cornelia M. Baker.
Port Deposit, Mil., March 53. Mrs.
Cornelia Stockham Haker, mother of Ur.
Tnomas fttocklmm Uaker, headmaster of
the Tome School, died csierda For a
llUlllL'Cr '! U'rfir, illil'- nr. r r.ui ,, . riii -
dent and the-, Instructor in the Johns
llopkms 1 r.liersln. Mrs. Raker made
her home in Hiltimor. About tin years
airo she moied to Port Pcpos.t M,,.
oii-bra ted her iVhli-tlnrd birthday on
peietiiber 10 lies ,ii h I r. Raker, In
o I'y child, Mr- Hiker Is survived by
tlirce sisters. Mrf. M It. Robinson and
tlie Mlf-es- Alice and Mary Slociiham. all
of Perrman, Md.
HnrliMi II. Ilnntty.
PaskPKNA. Cal.. March 23. Harlow l"
Il'indy, a niatiufactuier of Endicotl, N.
V.. died at Irs homi; hero Tues.diy i
n. ns He was !0 years ot iik'c. Mr
Ilu.idy was ore ut the found, is of the
I; It-riiatlonal T ine Reco'dini! Compaio,
a subsidiary "f t:ie i omputlliR-Tabu'at-liiR-Recotdint:
t ompany. He retlteil
about a .-ir tt'o to take up tun resi
dence here, lie be-nan his career as a
law jet- In Ononta, N. Y. but c.nr up
the bar to ettabilsh the time r cordlns
Itealnnlil II. Jonea,
RosTor:. M.ir.!, i Reginald Ilebcr
Ji nis, b.inkei, fm more than furtv years
Conil'-TelJ With Hl.lne Urns. x Co..
llopnel dead in the i.nlroid station ft'
i omoid life morinm; while wultlne for
hli. ti.iin to Huston. He was born In
llrockvilh . t"U In lkT6 he married MM
Aliic Enr'e n nter of (leorR H E.irle,
Jr. k'ie Philadelphia bunker. Ha leaves
two ions und a ilaiik'iiter.
Ilailil .1. Iloikley.
Pivd .1 liti'-'.l'i U lean. old. cashier
I. tin Tax Peptirtmcit In Brooklyn.
,l ,i Mii.l,ii! v. ti da- of acute ind'
l.i -I, i , al lis home. II I'llfluii pia'C
I'.evlous lu Irs appointment fi th- Tax
Hi partiiieiii .n i'M'J In had hein cm
put id hv iim M.ii,. Saieiliitonde:it of
EIhiIioii He was aitlvc In P.rpubllcan
p.. hili. ii. tlio eleventh Atscinbly dis
Ii U t Ills wife survive
...,iiii i.rli.r rii.-nrinri- I . Knn.
ismsnros, Manh SJ. Report oil
Hi death at the Naval lliMpltal at I'hll-1 .
adelphla of Commander Theodom C V ' "lN'5rn.-!, March 13 The Invaatl
I ctnun p. S N. trtlied, reached the , K ll'i of the oDico of I! Snouden Mar
Navy Iieputme'it tu-dav He was ,"3 ! shall, I nlted statis Disti ict Attorney of
if ane i onnn.iiiilci l enton was
Ii .-i,
V hv
I - vi.
at .Si-Htouu Pa., intend the ser-a-
1 ladel etis-meer mi i let 'her 1.
ii t i.ik' reti-eij 11, I!0G upon Itu
VV llliiilli II. llaon.
"-.ii .it (mi m.i, J. iroi .'..--!.ini
H W il.-o'i ' I y.-.ii- old, ot 7ii
A 'nc Id 1.ra.e. oud tidiy ot heart
d ,.e i.se lb was i i.'itivc o New i oik,
if i a.i., a i i"iil" r of t'lit , I ft xi l.odRe,
:r.O I' .X v v . Itoyal Ar"i .Masons,
i, ,1 o. in t' i ' oiimi imieiy, ot M.il.hal
t., , III- v ifi , t i j n ii, i; in r, and tnrre
.- -i . - . v vr
I In- Ilea, .loalnli ItHllden.
I'll, l..M:i.r IDA, M.inh 13 The Rev.
.Install Itawdiii, 1" venrs of nge. who
vvns rellti-l at tin- sis-Ion of the Phils,
di'lpb'n M.-lhod'st Kinscup.'il confeicnc
vein, h i us.-il Tlli.sila.i, liicil last nlKht
.! I',.- hope of h J son, the. Rev Ernest
it ivdi-n
rlio mas E, Bnlrri.
'..run, Mai'ili '.'It - 1 hoinas
I i
i lt.ui-ii. former iiiisdcit ol the inmfred
coul i 'iiinp.uii . d'.ei, i-iiil l, tdv this morn
In; .ii hi i-ernlen -e tn Vllliiiniva ,Hc
w.u, pi i. nxte-hftli year.
lira, Ellrn llurvr),
i itri vi. v ti. ' ' "Hti . March '.'5 --Mrs.
I"' lliu vev, St years old. w'ldow of
I, i II . in) wii of the oldest rest.
,. ' !: V X ,-,-, ,. , h-r tli.. ie
t ii 1 . s a I fi- il ii i if.lti '
M-rili-lllll F, P. Iluillll,
Sire ant Francis P. Qultin, 38 years
old, ol the Elehty-second Company,
Coaot Artillery, at Foit Totten, to dead
Mr. Otto Bernet, of
at Governom Inland,
his third enlistment
He was serrlnic
Ml Uertrode B. Balkier.
Mint Oertruile I3urr Kulkle'v. dauchtar
of the hite Archibald D. and C Virginia
i. nan LiuiKi-y. died on wedneeday at
hr home. :'58 President street. Brook
lyn. Hfter a long lllnem. ftho la eur1ved
by H brother. Arehlhnld E. Bulkley, and
by three rlMcrn, Mlrs Kate Bulkley, Mian
Carrie nulkly. all of Drooklyn. and Mrs.
Herman Keycs of Montrlalr, N. J, Fun
eral ecrlrcs will bo held Saturttsy
mornlng at It o'clock.
Thomaa . rittman.
Thomaa N. Plttman. lawyer, play,
uritfht and dramatic critic, died eater
luy ut hlo home, 337 Wc.it IL'Id atraat.
He wan In" hln elghty-tlrfct year. Mr.
Plttman at one time editor of the
New York Walls Xctci and waa tb
puthor of several buocaful plays. Ha
leaves a daugliter. Mrs. Jn;oplilne Hans
llton. widow of John V. Hamilton, ft
theatrical manager.
Milt If, Moorr.
KIU H. Moore, formerly a Stock
broker and for rivo yera a Tax Com-
j mlaMoncr, dlfii Wcdnnday at his horns.
1017 Fallc street. Tho Uronx. sfter
loni lllnest. He was 63 yearn old. Mr.
Moore In 1SS0 was a partner of James
IiueMnsrha.ui. He reslRiied the position
as Assistant Taj. Commissioner In 190$
bvcauae. of 111 health.
llerbrrl M. I.ney.
Herbert M. l.neV, Oo yeare oM, a da-
i . ..... , .
I , h . u.J ownfc
'"T1 . ''" , M " l",' h.nme' 103
I u '" l"Pton I ark. Hrioklyn H waa h
, number of u .Mafotilc lodse at Montejus,
I Mass, and of the splrltii:ili-t.- faith His
wife surMvit
l oornd It. Ilelmhura.
ri.AiMiKtp, N. .1, March :,t.--"onraH
H. HeimburR. for many jiiirr employed
In the freight tratlic department of the
New ,lerey Central n N.-u York, died
st his home hern last t.luht A wlfa
und daughter survive
e "I l.oa Anaelra Puhllaber Adds
lei Pnrnmonln Panuer.
Lea AvfitLcs, Mars'h 13 rjen Ham-r-on
Cray Otis, editor o. the Los Angelas
7ii, who 1.. seriously 111 with pnstt
nionl.i at a local hospital, was re
ported rettlns comfortafcly to-night.
Cen. Otis's physicians sav that although
his condition ii tatislHrtnry hi- ape and
Impaired heart ,v t.on mako tliu case)
ilep. Otis Is reventy.ntno years ot age.
Tei Vera l.lhrr and rt l.lare He
Adda Brrad Libre.
Tor.i Merrv and Dick Rrlcht gave
a-vay thu ua.iat i.upply of l.OcO loaves
of bre-id .veitrrdsy at The SfN'a frre
lejd depot n pi nee ureei, ji,.t .-.round
the iiir.'ur : ioiii tne flowery
"We e(Ve vers i-s,r rj.vs." re
marked T. -n in ;r. eve, i- ;crx!ev
iv, th a Si. r ivortc;. 'and art hare, hut
ci" I overlook the fa. i t.wt r.sht Lerc
.ii 'fits 'till, flora no h, bread llbits
and will ruur ii u.i'.a tptin chines to
ttav "
cont-ibtttto-i of io ;0 u,, j,,,,,!
fund fJttt yc.tcrday from Henry K
u. a. Morahall ll.-arli, a
' " " 'i '-v ifsumen lo-morro
i-y inr siio--on in iieo or tn House
Judiciary Commit'.. V, run Littleton,
an -mitr,n. r of i.hj Ho-i.e will appear
as h witi,et Thr . uo-comiviteo bar.
dei-'ded tn ri i'.e ,tf a-M- i-ubllo.
r vHK'Vx - "... , ...
d'tl ' IV M r Srv.
' n:a r.at
il.l airef
on lue.ili. Mar, i ,'
r i ,.! i .- i , '-,. , ivi- h .if ih
lite..- i .-, -riiin-i I,.-1. 1ir-,j- mi
-(.P'i--ttr t f ei, K Cri.-i..v. !rc.i
VI. .1 lo A M
.t;il.l.l-.ll.ff C .r;li.- p.u. yuneri!
nil: n M-.n l iiLiicn, :i wt
fstnii -thl-ii iPiaiik t: Campba.l
Ibil.i'.lnr ) rrula;' mornlnw, 11 o'clock
KNO. At LaktH ijo. N' j., on Weqnai
us. ..Iiircn '.'.'. ) 'ill. P'srenea M!n
Uiik. -npi'v nl .i.ihn Jay Knot and
itailltiHT of I.i.i.n II r-llu of N-r
Yo's r.ll
Vune.-i. iiriK'i. j, i-iiii ;.frc 5itb
mil . at 3 3i I' M st Harthotonit-v'r
riivpi I 'lua . en it i' e.
f-TOI.'TU.VRl'Ri-.R :iid.le'il. t N.wark.
N. J. "a T'.iura..i . Mir.-.ti :3, j ai.
rnnk Llmo'u iic J.er..-jrih, tn nu
ntiy.ieennd vr
;;ntrii of (unrn r.eri per
TCCKEU. At Xih I,'. V Y . MircS :.
i. Cornell i t'ti.-.nic Vail, vlfa of th,
lat. Luther II t.i'-l.i-r ' is,, svni',
t i-n I , i - ' ;
Tun I ' ' i'i ,,rt
I Mlllll Mil i;,
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