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THE ' SUN, FRIDAY, MARdH 31, 1916.'
4-4 A BLAKELOGK WORK IS SOLD FOR $600 TTilwst Prlco of Evening nt American Association flnllcrics. TOTAL THUS FAR 813,186 The sale was continued Inst tilglit In tic American Association Galleries of the irdlccUon of foreign anil American palntlnRK. anions which Is Included the , nlliiilnti of tho late Honor do Men once Hraztllali Minister at Wash ington. . painting by Ralph lllnkclock sold fni the highest prlco of the, evening, going t ii bidder represented by Otto licrtict, agent, for $600. It was a land supc showing a pool and rocks. At the left, from ii vantage point on the rocks, mi IiiiIIiiii Is scon shooting with how anil airnw ii deer at the brink of tha pool. Tin- total realljed'fnr the session was $7.xu. making the sale to date. 113,181!. The lift of the principal sates follows: 1;1 Anlnlne Votlon. "Still Life." A. Itu.lert. agent j;o Ut Ororse Innes. "LancUcape," Olto Tlernel. agent ,. ltn JIS llernanl Cornelia Knek-Koek, i.alldcape, (leorge lry.. Its 1S Atie!tca Kaiirfmann. "Thn Mathers." II. II. Dery 400 i:.t Jc-n iuiiil tireuie utirlhuttd tul "t-allng Urace," U. I). t"ry. J0O I:-Jran Hotiorc Pragnnard, "t, soni'iiclt," (leorge It. Slory.. 100 M Peniaino. "Jit. Catherine," Will. lam .Mttchcl ;10 Is! Ilruee Crane, "Autumn." M. C. JlUfl i, .... 140 H3 Frederick W. Kost, "Lund. erape." M C Mlgel 105 i Cmlle Meyer, "Selecting a Unu. quel." Mr. Mt'Iionnusti UO IV Tony offermane, "Uolnir Home," M. Mlgel 105 II- -tl. HlakeliK-k, "Tha Chinese Junk." otto Hernet Ko Ii; Charles Warren H.iton. "Octo. Iwr. near Montclalr," Hrnry s'-hu.thol us Il -Arthur Parton, "Th Pond." II. II. Smith 110 Hi Cannon Wiggins. "Calile In Pieture," (leorco leary 130 1M Albert I.)nch. "Young Woman," C'.app K Oraham 130 !.' F, Pllle. "Coup de Mistral, Kvterel. Cannes." N. 11. Iter- i-hofr ;:o lit J. (i. Hromn. N, A.. "At the llrook." W. W. Seaman, agent 110 10! rtaloh Albert Hlakelock. "hand nape," o. Kernel, agent (00 :: O. If, McCord. "The llreen Waters of iVrrento." James m. liudnut ::o 11; Orlzontl Uan Frans van llloo. men I, "l.andfcape," W, W. Seaman 10 IK Francesco Vlnea, "Conladlna." II. Schulthela K0 The Kale will end this evening when t most Important of tho pictures will he offered. BRAKELOCK FOR McCORMACK. Irlali Tenor I'nrrhnsea Landacape I'rlcc of fill, IIIMI llumorrd. It was learned esterduy that John Mii'ortniick. the Irish tenor, had pur iWeil tho lll.ikelook landscape "Sprlnu liock l,ove." from IMward 11. O'Reilly of the Motel Parker for a prlco somewhere in the nrlchborhood of $10,000. Mr. O'ltellly. who has owned the paint Imc for some time, had planned to lend the picture to the Hlakelock benefit ex h.liitlnn, which opens In tho Itelnhardt ijllerles next week, and by which It Is hoped to raise enough funds to maintain the artist, who Is e-ald to be recovering h s reason and may be removed from tho sanitarium where he has been for some rars. It was said yesterday that Mr, Mcformack would lend his new purchase to tho exhibition. Other Hlakelock works that will he Included In the exhibition will be the $:o,000 panel recently purchased by tne Toledo Museum at tho ljimbert sjIc. and cx-Senalor W. A. Clark's 115,900 "Moon lieht." This represents the first considerable purchase upon Mr. McCormack's part of American art, although he has many ncrks of art In his London home and in his temporary summer place In Con inctlciit. The Hlakelock In all probabil ity will ko to Iondon with him at the conclusion of his present American con tract. LEVY PRINTS NET $2,959. KiHlore of CloaliiK Session nil Kll- ItrntlliK by Vlasehrr. initriilt engraxlng of Oelllns le H. ipn.i. by Cornelius Vl.cher, led the " .11 the l-vy print sale which ended n ic American An Association last ' 1 It uns No. .".IT anil sold to Otto 1 1 1. ni;ent. for 172.50, l" ier sales were: No. .172, the "Mar 1. .MalMins," by Nanirull, to It. ie 111. r for Sfi'J .10 ; So. 32, "Due de I' 11 .fort " by Naiiteiill, v into Hernet. M Mi, and No. 4.S3, "Conversion of I ill '' I.) I.. Vim Leili-ii. for $5.. Tie total for the evening was $1,224. 30 I i t le lolliitlon $2, '.159,50. CARNEGIES IN HOT SPRINGS. '..ilt unit l,iiiii.ii-oii Parties Fur iilsh llnj's Itei-reatlona, - si-iits-'i.s, Vii March "0. Mr. and ' .Moiri- Cirnegiu of New Vork, 1 t ii- winter at Palm Ilcm-h, r 1.1 to-day They spi-nt the morn- - ig golf Willi Carter Carnegie. ii -.- lb-Jen Draper was the eurlltnl of ir.i ft- 1 it hers playing were Mr. - ! .Mrs Caleb Fox. A. Clifford Shin- - I' It lii harilson, ileorgn 11. Mc- Mr and Mr-. John lllaes. Mrs. 1 HeiidiiMin, Jlrs. Henry II. Joy, i' W I.. Maker. Mr. and Mrs. Wll- - s.r t 1 .Mrs, Mortimer Davis and M " Mi. I!. H. Keith. M- I' ,1 Herwlnil of New Tork - l'.-iMf.-rn. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. 1 -v t gave a luncheon there, having '- c -i-M itowi.Mid it. Dennis, Mr, and Mr ' A McCarthy, Misa Isabellc Mr-0"i-i ijoutgo V. Dunn, Jr., and F. 1. Pi t- rn M d Mrs. 1:, M. Fletcher arrived 1 ni su- York. M,rc Alfred Hender - i ed there to-night. WEDDINGS. Ilriinila Henri. 1 l.iihan itcail, daughter of Mr. and Win i:. Head of Hayonne, N. J., a- married last evening at her patents' 'wane u, nr. Kobcrt J. Hranda by tho J'-1 I II. Herwager, pastor of Grace utl-.er.in Churih, Hayonne. Mrs. A. C. "flhier. sihtr of tho bride, was matron ' honor. The bridesmaids were! The JJes Marlon Hampton. Grace Owens, "live j'erty and Myrtle Hrands. William 1 "'inn was best man. Mrs. Wilson to grr Nrnark. NrwAiiK, N. J Murch 30, Announce Wflit was made to-day that Mrs. Wll '"i will accompany the President on ay 13, when ho will be the guest of tie 104-:it ltourl nt Tro.l. 'Phm 11.ul. 'i'nt and Mrs, Wilson will be escorted ne iti,irt Treat Hotel by a com- ntlltl-f. lif IVl-,-1 ,.IIIAM. lU. Trnop nation will be Jicld lit the n htihor of Mr. WUhoh by the Hl 4 (if tin. .n..l.l. iiv 1 IFIIIIIIIIICVIIIVII. eort Place Leased. lllopi i- Kldrldge have leased for 'e ,tatn the place ill Hellevue Nfwiairt, opposite Marble House, I" "I ward M. Padolford of Washtnfton '"t tn tomlnir aummtr. BALL SWELLS ACTORS' FUND. I Alt the Aria nf the Theatre- for an Alliance, Thn dories nf tl.. ........ ...i ,i t,..n of the Allied Arts of the Theatre, which was held at the Hotel Aetor last nlghl this morning rather under the auspices of the Hlxty Club for the purpose of In flating the treasury of the Actora' Fund Of America, vrcw nat-i leulurli. clHim-itur at an hour so latel) early to-day that 'i uviaiiwi account "I tlie ecstasy Of the occasion Is out of the question thli Wornltlff. f tilt I o.tiwtt-riitv lu un.,11... day. Not only did the arts of the theatre form an alllaticn fop iim i.llii i,n un did Broadway and Fifth avenue, not to icmiuii an points noun, east, south and west. Among the. patronesseM and uiix nrauers were .urs. joim I'urrov ., v .... tj .., Miiuiii, t.i.ag Mary l'lckford. Miss Kthel Harrymore, ii. aiikiiki iieitnoni, miss .Miiririirei Mayo, Mlm Jan Cowl, Mlsa Kllsabeth Mlirhtiri. Mfu f tii.llm.. letnf.i ti... Mrs. W. JScward Webb, Jr.. Mrs. Wllllnm itannoipn nenrst, .Mrs. JutncH iSiuiycr, Mrs. AlhAPt MIami.1, Mr' 11.. Mrs. William Astor Chanlcr, Miss l,au.' rctte Taylor, Mrs. K. II. flary, Miss i Kuiine I'Teueric, .Mrs. utio Kimn, Miss Afarv Nfllh MUa Mnp. Ilvait l'lerre Trou'betikoy, Mls Louise Urcsser and Miss tlall Kane. BORI BEFORE THE CAMERA. Metropolitan Soprano Who Lost Her Voice to Knter Muvlra. T.ucrezla Borl, who underwent n dell cato throat operation Just before omlnir to America' to sIiir 1111 In with the Metropolitan, and as a result has been unable to use her voice all reason, has plans under way to ro Into motion pic tures as an outlet for her energies. It Is understood she will begin work In May or June, but whether with the company reported as being formed by the opera company or with another con cern has not been decided. Neither has the production in which she will appear been decldtvl. Miss Horl. however, ts enthusiastic ntrfiut the scheme, as she has iiput before ap peared before the camera. In the mean time considerable hope ta being held out to her by her physicians that eventually he will regain the use of her !oo. Kven now the singer Is able to practise for an hour or so evcral times a week. Will. MARRY IN ST. THOMAS'S. I'lumnier-nouiitaa Omuii'ity Srt for .tltrrniiim of April tlT. Arrangements have been completed for the wedding of Miss ltuth Douglas, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William liar rls Douglas, to Howard Plummer. which will be celebrated on the afternoon of April 27 at 4 o'clotli In .St. Thomas's Church. The Itev. Dr. Krtirst M. StUes, rector of the church, will perform the ceremony and a reception will follow at tho St. Itegls. Miss Douglas has selected for her 'maid of honor Miss Jean II. Douglas. The bridesmaids will be the Misses (Sladys I'olllon. IMythe i:. Mllllken Orace De Vlnne and IMna Molierley Franklin A. Plummer will net as his brother's btst man. The ushers will be .Install o, Iow, Theodore P. Dixon, Cllvc Livingston Du Val. lteep Schley, George W. Carpenter, Frederick C Inman, Thomas Fl. larke, . l.rsklne Douglas, Seney Plummer and John F. Plummer. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Jullen Tnwnend Davles of West Isllp have announced the en gagement of their daughter. Miss Allc Martin Davles. to Henry Sellers McKt-e 2d. a son of Mrs. woo.i .McKee of this city and Pittsburg. Miss Davles Is a granddaughter of Jullen Titpp.111 iuUi, a promlnert lawer of this city, and on her mother's side she is u granddaugh ter of the late Carlos de Giirmendla. Mr McKc Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. McKee of Pitteburg. Ho was graduated from Harvard in ir03. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. George lieale Sloan of "7 Fifth avenue and Oswego. N. V announces the engagement of her granddaughter. Mis ltuth Danenhower. to Prof. Albert Frederick Wilson of New York Uni versity. Miss Danenhower Is the daugh ter of the late Lieut. John Wilson Danen hower, I. S. N . navigator of the Jean nette polar exVeditlon. The wedding will take place In Oswego In the early cummer. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mrs. Henry T. Fleck has returned from Hcrmuda. Mrs. William Floyd Jones will give a dinner dance this evening at the Gotham. The last for this season of the Colony Dances will be held to-night at the Colony Club. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Slebert are pass ing the spring season at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, Va. John Cowper Powys will give a talk on Uron this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ilochc. H Kast Seventy-Seventh street. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton W. Cary. who hate been passing the winter at Palm Iteiu-h, will return to the Itltit-Carlton to-morrow. The Friday F.venlng Dances, the pro ceeds of which will bo glcn to charity, lll be icsumed to-night In the Delia Itobbla room of the Vanderbllt. Mrs. Henjamln Wood will give a re ceptlon thlx afternoon at her home, 110 Fast Sixty-third street, when Miss Amy Murray will sing lolk songs of the Hebrides. A Shakespearian pageant will be held this evening at the Mac Do well Club 1 0S West Fifty-fifth street. Some of those taking part are Mrs. Krncst 'el'"". Mrs. i:. Durnnt Cheever, Miss Mabel Polllou and Mlm Josephine Thorp. Mr and Mrs. Pierre Tartouo gave a tea yesterday for Miss Mildred Hughes of Philadelphia at their studio. 6 Hast Forty-sixth street. There was music during the afternoon and Lillian Winer son danced. Mrs. William lusher. Miss Agin O'Gornian and Miss Marguerite Phillip" received. V card parti' for the benellt of the Washington Heights Day Nursery will be held this afternoon at tho Hlltmore, when tables will bo provided for auction, euchre. live hundred and pinochle. Tickets at l each will Include tea. The board of managers of tho nursery Include Mrs. N. H. Topping. .Mrs. IM ward DcpevrV Mm. Walter Tappan. Mrs. William L. Haxcn. Mrs. F. N. hplegle and Mm. William Gardner. A recital for tho benellt of widows and orphans of French artists was given last evening at the wtudlo of S. Montgomery Roosevelt, 44 West Seventy seventh street. Among the artists were Mme de Hutton-Plcard, who gavo some monologues In French and Kngllsh. Tho musical part was given by Miss Paul. Ine Curley, soprano: Mica Germain Cos. clnl, contralto, and Kffen ltosanoff, eel list Mrs. Leonard Gold was at tho piano. The recital jvaa given under the patronage of Mrs. Robert T. Frown. Mrs. Frederick T. Husk, Miss Rosa Holt, Mrs. George K. Hurd, Miss Margaret Krebs, Mm. Henjamln Sherwood and Mrs. 8. Montgomery Roosevelt. In New Vork To-day, Guidon Club, meeting. Hotel Aiter, V. M. Home rule In edueatlnn rnnferenee, High uhnnl of Commerce. Hlxty-nfth Mreet slid nroadway, l!t5 I'. M. United Kpanlah War Veteran", prepared, new meeting. Ninth Iteglment Armory. Joseph II. Choalt prrnldlag, a P. M. Leeturea on "The Ilattle of the .M.irne" by Krlc Kli-her Wood and "The Wisdom at tlnlvaraal MIMtsry Training'' by H.nry A. Wit Wood, Aollan Hall, 4 P, M. INTERESTING NUMBERS AT HAMBOURG RECITAL I'nfainiliiii' Compositions of Older Cello Masters a Fea ture of Pro'Tinnine. Horls ll.imhourg, violoncellist, gave a recital yesterday afternoon In Aeolian Halt. Perhaps the most Interesting fea ture of the entertainment was the pro duction of unfamiliar pieces. Mr. Ham hours and Alfred Moffat hae devoted much time to the examination and edit ing of compositions by the older cello masteis. and many of their contributions to the repertory of the Instrument are delightful In their suave melody, their archaic flavor and their frequent dls plays of plaful fancy and humor. Of agreeable character weie a ga votte by Stefano Ualeottl, who nourished about 1700. ami-an allegro by Salvatore I.anzetti. who belonged to the middle of the eighteenth century. Mr. Hambourg played these numbers with appreciation and good style. Ho also gave a short sonata by (billiard, who died In 1749. and an adagio of Handel. The central number was llach's IS major suite for cello unaccompanied, others were a prel ude in I! minor, nocturnettn and Cossack dance by Mr. Hambourg. and Tschal-, knw-sky's' familiar "Variations on a Rococo Theme." The accompaniments were discreetly played by Josef Adler. I YESTERDAY AT THE OPERA. , Immenae Croivil nt t'rno'a l.aat i:enlnur ppearniice. ' There were two perfonnances n't t.o Metropolitan opera Hoiish yesterday, i In the afternoon "Madama Hutterfly" was given with Mine. Farrar as the Japanese girl. Mr. Hotta as the faith-1 less lieutenant and Mr. de I.uca its the consul. Tho house was crowded. Hut the excitement of tho day was that which attended the opening of the thea tre for tho evening representation. The opera was "ftlgoletto" with Mme. I Harrlentos as HIMii. Mme llomer as Mattilnlrnn, Mr. Caruso as the fjiilke and 1 Mr. Ainato In the title role. It waa Mr. I ItrillSI H llll. II f.tlllllS. I '.V.Ht.v , MIIL, the eagerness to hear him sing "Ui donna e mobile" was Intense. The house was literally besieged by would be purchasers of admission tickets and naturally hundreds were turned away. Speculators reaped a rich harvest be causo orchestra and upstairs seats brought fabulous prices. The audience was as great as tho theatre could be niado to contain and the curtain calls exceedingly numerous. Illinier for Demi Snminrr. Frank II. Soinmer, counsel for the New I Jersey Hoard of Public Utility Cumnils sinners, who will 1 Inaugurated as dean of the New Vork University law- school to-morrow, will be honor guest at n din- I tier t the Hlltmore Hotel this evening given by Chancellor Klmer K. Hrown. the i university council and tho law school faculty. I ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. Vanderbllt Sir James Urquhart, Dundea, Siotland, lirenlln K. K. Miandler. Hoston; W, n Wheeler. Chicago. Anionla C. A. Heatnn, New Haven: n It, Itovcman, Chattanooga, Collliigwood Mr. nnd Mr, i. Emm, tiouthlngton, Conn,; W. M. Hall, Iallii. Uuthslil Judge It. H. I.oyelt; Jr, .,, Mr. Froderlck T. Ulakeman. .Mount Klaoo N. V. . 81. ngl Mr. ami Mrs. elenrge P. Tyler Philadelphia; Mr. and Mr. Kdward liatl ley, Hostun. Knlckertincker -Mr. and Str. B i Mott. Winnipeg; Ml- and Mra. William Allrn, Hoston. Wnodatock Mr. ami Mrs. A, r, v. Ponton; Mr. and Mra. Prank lla!ior! Oklahoma City. McAlpIn N, N. Tiffany, Hasthamnton. L. 1-; KeUey H. Chauc, St. Paul; i--, j Hcanlev, Montriul. Ciurluge--Stephen V. Hatch, Alhany; a. It. Muigesa, wnreeater, Mass.; j, j, McDonald, Oxwego, Hlltmore- John It. Ilreeulleld, V'.inioiiisr; C, A. Ptlmi-on, Tornnio, Predi-rli k II Joi)e. e.in Kraneisio. I'luu Mr mid Mrs William Frederick Mafturd, llremiw-li h. Conn, Mr and .Vtra II, l.orno Mi'llllil.uii .M.nitieal. Savoy .Mr. lind Mrs. Howard lllllnon, eiarleatoii, S. (.'.; Mr. and Mrs, Oeorgo S. White. Ualveaton, air. and, Mrs. Charlea Walker, Chicago. , The trail of preparedness. DANCE TO AID A CLUB. Writ Mde Jnrnllr In lli-neflt li Ml-Carrine- Hull. A Ml-C.ireine dance for the benefit ' of the West Side Juvenile Club ivns given last night In Shtrrj's large ball-' room. For several jcars a similar en tertainment has been gtru In aid of this club, which Is an organization In Green-' wlch Village that ptovldes entertainment and an opportunity for Industrial train ing for )oung people of the neighbor hood. The participants all appeared in fancy dress and general darning was tin- order of the evening. Supper was cred ill the a 1.1 In restaurant. Among the members of the committee were the Mlses Marlon Dlna:nre, I'ene lope Sears, Katharine Van Rensselaer Crosby, Anne Itradley, Madeleine C.ire. Isabel Yvomaiis, Julia Zabrlskle, Hope and Ju Williams, In.i Kissel, l.iuy Iord. Marie Thavcr, Margaret Warren. Audrey Osborn. Prances Hiker. Audrey Hoffman, Adrlenno lselln. Grace Hart ley Jenkins, Florence Gayley, Kate and Helen Grlftln, I'rllng Sibley, Constance Moore and GeiH-vleve U Sanfoul. The Moor committee included William n. Houlton. Jr.. Thcion It. Strong. Will lain M. Carson, Jr., Homer '.. Sawjer, 1'iank V Hurton, Howard Plummer, Harry C. Pushing 3d. Geraldyn L. Red mond, Shep.ird Krech. George K. Fahys, Jr.. Colics J. Cue, Fisher Goodhue, Van S.mtvoord Merle-Smith and Amory I. 1 llnskell. VAUDEVILLE STRIKE IN DOUBT While Hat llepreaentatlvr Ma Actors Control the Mltnatlon. Action taken b.v the White Hats Actors Pnlon In Hostoit to demand from the theatre managers a minimum wage of a day on limited 'out of town engage ments was commented on favorably by members of the White Hats In New Vork last night. , It was said, however, that although the New Vork actors have grievances against the managers no mil itant eteps will be taken, such as picket Ing the managers' offices, ns was dona In Hoston. According to Hrnest Cut, Interna tional secretary of On organization, the agitation for an uiultaUe contract and a closed shop Is fast leaching an acuta stage, but up to the present no decision to call a strike has been reached, "We control !I0 per cent of the vaude ville situation, and from the fact that the vaudeville managers are strengthening their protective organization nnd listing those w ho are anil are not White Rats It would seem that they are getting afraid of us," ho said. "The trouble) In Hoston has been one of longer standing. That Is why the actors took the step they did." l'la and Players. M.II-i-lIM I.osu will lo. ten.Jsred a illnnir' ny liia frtenilH ami utn.tieas aNkocial-! at th Hotel AMor on Sunday evening. April li, Alhert li K'lralfj- unnounren that he will revive hi- famous outdoor speetaL-lea dur ing the routing iiiiimi-r In .New Vork bv Do- prniluetl.in of a Mg tliovv entltlod liUIUallnn." Mlas Helen ttli-hler ilallghtsr nf .Mr. and Mrs. Mklinlli.in Itli liter of ."J Ksst Musty, fourth streei. una married yesterday to Maximilian lllser. Jr. manager of the Metropolitan Musical Uureiiu The Hecond annual roncert and ri.inee of the glee and mandolin eluha of Amhrrnt Collrga and Columbia I'nlveralty will be hehl In Hi- grand ballroom of the liana Hotel to-night. Further denials of the report concerning a msrger of motion picture interests came yesterday with the statement from John It. Freuler of the Mutual that hla company waa In no way Inierentert In the proposition, Prlncex Pierre Trouhetukoy will leave hortly for her country home In Virginia to begin work on a now play, which the Shuherts will produce Like "The Fear Market." It Is expected to deal with New Vork life. The title nf "The .stolen lnneiiiuuii," In which A. II Woods l to slur tha Holly Sisters, has bee-n changed lo "His Hriitnl Night." The authors are Margaiet Mao and Uivvrenre llUIng John W'estley, nim bi "Fair and 'Warmer," will be another featured member or the i-nst The Catholic Actors' Guild of Ami-rlca will hold a soilal day at the Hotel Aator neti Tuesday afternoon, Among thos,. ho will prm ble entertainment will he KlUa bath Murray. Ilattle Williams. Maggie Cllne. Allre llradv. Fred Nlbln. William llairlcan. Andrew Mark, Pedi o do Cur.loba nnd William A llrad .lere .I Cohan will preside. The Winter Harden lam nluhl iflebraled Us tlfth anniversary as a theatre Al.lnlson, who was a member of the llrst cotupany to appear there, ilellirred a sperlal inonnlngiie about the ociaslnn and sang sums of lili old songs. Telegrams were reielve.l by lh manaiemenl from various players who from time in lime have appeared on the Winter Harden stage. , WIFE IS LEFT OUT OF WILL OF H. N. WALTER Carpet Manufacturer's Kstate of SI.-")(M.(IIIU to itc Sliaretl ly Kelatives. The will ,,f Herman Nathan Walter, illiector of the riiriH-t manufacturing firm of l. N. A II. Waller of .11 Union Sriuaic. whose hnan. ial .iff airs have been H the hand- of a cimmlttie of his ptnj etty since he was marr ed three je-.us ago to I r. .Vruia Kuthe. bis housekeepi-r, was (lied in the Surrogate's Couit jeiter day. Mr Walter had leen living In :i .-oit.ii.-c at Harrison. N V.. siino he was dei-Iated In onipi-tent In the Supreme Court. Ills wife had i.oi been permitted to see him for three e,irs until last February He died on Mondaj, leaving an estate nf neatly Jl,;nn,rt00. Although I'r. Kuthe was not legally married to the aged carpet manufactuter until January "3, 1!..1. vhe rontcmls that she hud been his common law wife since Sn;i, Mr. Walter's will, executed June t, I does not mention Mrs. Naltei. t i;ivej. certain personal be longings In liaiemc It Walter a t.ephew. to distributed a.iording to the dire. Hons in a letter. This nephew also lei-olvc.s the residuary estate Ur. Leopold Walter, u brother, re f elves ;;n,0(io marks, and CLireiKc It. Walter, the nephew, nets sixty-two shales of the Walter carpet concern nnd eight shaies of the Walter lte.il Kstate Company. Inc.. of S Francisco. IM win J. anil Jack I. Walter, nephews, get :n,0o0 and nrty shares of the Walter carpet stock, other nephews and nieces get I5U.000 each. Three employees receive $5,oon each, but the only charltahle. teiiiests ate llu.000 to Die Paclilc Hebrew- Orphan Asylum and Homo S.niety and ..0fo each to the I.'urrka Henevolent ssocla Hon and Mount Sinai Hospital, A suit brought l.y the committee f Mr. Walter's person to annul his mar riage on the ground that he was in competent is now pending, ESTATE LEFT TO MRS. BOOTH. Charles II. Mtlckni-, 'a Fortune In P. cess of 7.1,IMM, The bulk of the estate of Charles llcklion Htlckuey, lawjer, who died on March 0 last at the Hole! Itenals Mince, .Ml' Fifth avenue, is left in his will to Mrr, Maude Hooth, wife of (Jen, Halllugtun Hooth. The estate is rst'. mated in more tli.in ST.". oon ni.. " " ' ---.-''. it..- INK, other bequests were 1 1 0,000 each to Klliabelh C, and Matilda M, Slcunrt of Montclalr. N. J Mr, Stlckncy, who was a bachelor left nothing to n number of hclrs-at-lavv. He cut off fourteen first cousins, four see-oud cousins and an aunt Silvers Left Onlj HI,, -.tin, Frank Oakley, the il.nvu knoaji ns Slivers, who committed suicide In a fur nished room at IIOS West Seventy. first street on .March lust, left an 'i-wtate of only 11.000 In perennial jiroierty nnd realty worth .100. This was the esti mate made yesterday In the Surrogate's Court by Mrs, Josephine He M, Hoblimm of Hempstead, L. I , geneial guardlaii for Oakley's eleven-year-old ilaugliter, Verona Ruth, when she n,ic, f(,r etJ tera of administration. Odd t lunar In Will I plicdl. Surrogate Cohatan yesterday held to be legal a clause In the vvili of .Mrs. Sarah Wlllhaii" In which she directed that Jewelry owned by her be put in n safe deposit vault for twenty-one yearH and then divided among the daughters of her son (luy If he has any. If bo has no daughter.-! the Jewelry is to go to him. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. HAMPF.I. li--n:it PAI I. who -lied f,,, March 1 at Halilmors, lefi ., n i..u, n( mors than I:oa,io)H Hi- g.i.e the reblusry estate and 1 1 OU.ofto in bin w-ldoa Hrt.i-.,m F Paul nt nretliin Hall, and gave ISO Gun to Ida slater, Ida Harriet Steel nf mh. waukee. Hla nephew, William P. susl, got 130,000, and elk trleoda retell rd li.Mt ack. READE MANUSCRIPTS FIRST AT BOOK SALE 'The. Cloister antl tlie Hearth' Brings $2,2(10 nt Ander son Galleries. MANY BARE VOMMKS Tho manuscript of Cltatles Rendo's "The Cloister and the Hearth" brought tho highest prlco at the Huntington-Illxby-Ohurch book sale at the Ander son tlatlerles last night. The four vol umes were bound lit morocco, fleorgn D, Smith, a well known dealer, hid In the set for K'.StiO. The original manuscript orderly books of Adjt. Francis Tufts of the FlRhtii Massachusetts Iteglment In the Revolu tionary war was sold at the next high est price to Mr, Smith for 12.1 Oo. This record of war events Is contained in sixteen volumes preserved In crlmsctt morocco sllpcase, Mr. Smith also bought a manuscript volume of Thomas Moore's songs for 14011. The life of Iird llyron by Thomas Moure In one volume extended to two volumes, Isiund In moroce-o, with end leaves by Hlvlcre, w.is sold to Mr. Sni'th for $l,!i25. This volume contains more than -SO autographed letters and m Mil scripts of distinguished -rso-is, A Mlssall written on vellum In Gothic characters, with llfty.llvc iitniint' ntal In itials, mm imuL-ht by (1. We s for isf.u This Isiok. written In the tlfte-i nth i-e-n-tury. Is classed as a n specimen of Italian nrt writing and Illuminating of the period. The border Is slightly -.corn, hut otherwise the book Is In splendid condition throughout It was In t'te library of John Itttskln. On the flyleaf N wtlttin "Laurence Wllllunl. with John Ituskln's love." The date of th gift Is also written apiarcntly In the h-in.l-wrltlng of Itu-klu. It Is: "llrtntwood. 2.1th January, ISX3." The eorrecled proof of an address ly James Itllssell Lowell on Shakespeare's1 "Itlchnrd III.," delivered before the Kdln liurgh Philosophical Institute, went to Mr. Smith for !3?o, Tim tlrst six pages wete not puhllshcd, nccordliig to a note on the margin by Charles llllot Norton. All of the pa-e-s contain notes and corrections by Lowell, There are twentv -six pages. A collection of autographs In the handwriting of Lout Nvlson ae.d nip tains who fought with him at Trafalgar was sold to Mr. Smith for 13.10. Mr. Smith bought for 11,200 the manuscript of lalgar Allan Poe's criticisms of Slmma'K "Wigwam and the Cabin," eleven page- Tin books sold last night brought Jl'i.21'. and with the ?II.'.''I0 resulting from tin- afternoon sale, the total for the four sessions . J t.,l2.1.e0. The sale gi"s on to-day. DANCE AT THE CLUB DE VIONT. Uuarlers In Cost l'Ul- I'lublli lree piirninllv llpencil. The Club de Vlgnt niiened its new quarters fur supper and dancing la-t night ut tl Kast Fifty-eighth ettict It was foimerb situated at r0.1 Madison avenue. The-e was a l.ilge gathcting of persons prominent In society, many of whom came from theipeia and theatre. I luring tin- evenlng'tbi-re was classical dan. lug by the Misses llw ndolyii Val entine and Martha Messenger, and Miss Cynthia Perot mid Lloyd limning danced a "i-ilo trot" Hovlc and Hiazil of the "Oman llrvuc" aNn il.-it.crd nnd theie ei,. songs In lr-. liir Pllier. ' Sold of too-, wlo had t.itib were , Mi .. ol Mis. Morgan Heliont. Mr WIIIi.iiii leiwe lice, Ui a-id Mrs It.ibert MIe. Mis. St. it. Icy Mci 'oriiuck. Mrs. (bulge l.e.ii.v. M- .mil Mis. I-:. Howard Mai till. Mr and Mrs (ieo'ire P Yeom.ins and Mr and Mrs. U . am (". Iv isoii. WHITE SULPHUR NEWCOMERS, j Spiinu Wnilliep AllrHC(a (iurat In lite llllla nnd Trnlla. , Winn: Si l lilt l: Si-ciNiis, W Va.. March no,- A tine day tuought the lireenbiler cninny out of doois for rid ing, trumping and g..f Mr. and Mrs, Hubert (' PriiMi and! Kdward L, Pruv ., of Alli.iti) atrived to l'i. Howard P llomnii" i f New Vork whs another visitor to register i Mis W Arthur Stlckbe rode to Sun set Oap and Mr. and Mis. Joini W, Flat ten, Miss Llcimir llolilin. Miss Harriet Tweedy and Mr, and Mrs. (loorgc Hul lock to the (ireenbrier Itlvir Mrs, Ud ward W. Atnohl motored to llonccvctte and Organ Cave with Mts. C Fredeilck Frothlngh.mi and Mrs, John F. Adams. THOMAS KILLILEA. I'urmrr Puller I aptnln knnnn llie Terror nf Imnusli-rs, Thomas Kill lei. lormciiv n polite i.iptair, an I m hi iliy the terror ot gam-siers, died at the Hotel Theresa vesterdav Irom a hcinori h.ige of the brain. He was tn hla ecvcnty-elshth vear. lie boiiitue 111 a week ago Wednesday evening. Attn- that he ap peared lo Improve ami the end came suddenly. During the busiest period of his career ('apt. Nllllle.i was in chatge of the West Fort) .seventh stieet station, In the district In which the Maxcppa and Forty Thieves gangs held saay, lie or dered his men to u.-e nightsticks when iiecess.ny anil hlm.f bd more than una uttaik, as a lesiilt uf which the gangsteis ti.uisferre.l their hendiuar lets to another section of the city. Capt, Klllllea was. e-onsplcunus also In subduing the (baiKo not of IsTi, the Dead It.ililiit riot ot '77 nnd the Third Avenue car strike tints of the 'SOs. The Lexow cotimilttee'H investigators found 1)13 record plotless. Ills last assignment mis as chief nt the old Slip elation, Thomas Klllllcu came to this illy from Ireland when a boy. He was appointed to tho police fotcc October 1, I KAil, and became a captain four year later. Iletiry llrrtel Truman, OnvMiK, N. J, .Match 30. Heurv llcrlel Trumatt, f yeais old, former Mayor of Orange and at one lime asso li.itisl with the late (iov. Roswell p. Flower of New Vork, died to. day at hi home, Highland nnd Lincoln avenue Mr Truman waa a former member of the New Vork Slock Exchange nnd retained his membership In the New Vork I'rodu-'e F.xchauge, although he had not been itctho tor some time I Ik win, Mon In 1 1 inenw Icli, Conn. He moved lo Oinnge ii; 1 lie was a memliei- or Hie Ma. (lower Society, the So, lety nf Colonial Wars, tile Society of the U.n uf 1S12, the Society of Pounder and Patriot", the Society of Colonial i imei pure, the Socle!) of American Wats, the New- i:ng. laud Society of Orange and the New Jersey lllstoilcnl Soclct). lie Is ur vived liy two ilaughteih Mnrrognle'a ( lerl. llroia Deud. Thomas M. Maisac. a ch-tk In tne lecold room uf the Sin rncatc's Coint, dtois-il dead ) eslciil.i.v aflciuouii lii ll.ijotino. N. ,1 He 1 1 x I ai :;,,o Wot Tvvent) -eighth f.Hrrt oi.il l,.i, ,.M ,, . t.iehed to Hie Surrogate's Court for (1ft). live .veins, lit- was a close fiienil iif William S. Finn, Mviei iiiK-uili-iii of sup plies in Hie Sin lOgate'H Conn, wlm lind .been there for many jcaia and who died Ion Monday. Concluding Session To-night, Promptly at 8 At The American Art Galleries MAIIIKON MiJt'AIti: SOUTH Desirable Old and Modern Paintings ON FREE VIEW TO-DAY FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 1 P. M. The sale wll lie innduited by Mil. MIOMsH V.. KlltltV and his aMltant. Mr. tltlo Hernet, f AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, M.n.fers MidUon Nq. Mouth, tntnni-e 11 K. :iri sltreet, .New York DUTTON'S Rurc Rook prices In com parison with recent .lucfiori Record a tew Items: rm.i: llilttnn'a I'rtee At Auction Ltie oi a coca Q7C Sportsman POU Jo O Life of a .If ken .tarrock's oocn cicn Jaunts, etc.vO" VkoV Also Aiken Mi Joe Miller's monn 001 n Joke Hook WW $rflU Hare First (l'M2) Kdltlon, 1739 And iiuiity others -till rare sporting books. Ask for catsiluftuc and visit our Kit re Hook Room ut fiM Fifth Ave. mar Mth Street CE0R0E KISSAM COOKE. Whs nil Inventor nnd llescendanl of 11 Vnlo I'niiiiiler. Oeorge Klsam iVioke, an Inventor, I -Alio-e mice-tors came to A:irli'.i In tliej M.i tlowcr. died yesterday nt his home, Fulton stiret and Kl-saln place, Jamaica,' (Vueeus, lb- was 72 year old. He had -lived for 1 1 1 1 1 1 v -U v c jears In the home-, stead whli h had been In his family for, 125 .vc.iih, licith folluuid a stroke of, paralysis last Miturday. i Mr. Cooke vvos lsirn In Hartford., Conn Ills great-grandfather, olivet' liudlej, was one of the founders of Yale I'nlversltv Miss Mary Klssam. a cousin I of h. wife's motlior, marilcd William H. Vanderbllt (Hit of Mr. Cooke's best i known inventions was a self-lighting gns ! burner He was the maket of the tlrst ruoner st.i i-p. lie was a civil war vei eiati. h.iv iiK ls-i-n a member of the Sev-I etily-llr-t Ki ..-linent. and was enrolled In Uifajeiti; Po-t, (i. A. It., of Man-, hatt-tu. t lis wife, Chitlot'e Wilson cooio-, w no survive", is n dlnct deiendmt of John Whithinp. tlrst (1 ivrrnor of t onnci t.cul. He hImi leaves two soils, lieuivc W. and Oliver Dudley Cooke. Illllliel (ireeii. D.itilel tlreen. 72 )ear old. long a uttTere- from diabetes, was found dead )ihterday troriiltig seated In n i-halr at bis home. 1.11 Coin I stieet.. Hrnokl)!i. lie was born mi Hie i.irni of his fiither. on Dean M-ir Couit street, and all his life was p,i-ed ill the immediate neigh borhood H'" nd Ills late brothel- Join., for several .vi-ars w.inlen of the Kings c .lint) .e.itenti.ir . wele clo-e friends I of lltijti M. Laiuhlln and figured ill-1 iientlyjn Democitlc pollilcs. They weiel nt oi e time amateur champion plgeoi snots of America. Daniel was associated f.u tlfleen vents with the -porting de p.ittment of Hi.) .siondiiri Cauni, III-, biiilher .l.inies, three nephews and llve- nieces sun Ivc .loel Sieur. PiTTsin iiii. March SO. loel Spear, a local hue-lure man and philanthropist, died of pneutnonls hele to-da). He; was seciet.ir). ire.isuier and geneial man ager of Spe.ir .V. Co., this ilt). atid also was count i ted with Spear .V. Co. In New Volk and (inihinatl lb CI c.n of age. Horn In li) mouth, Ohio. Mr. Spear was edui.itcd then1 and in 1!2 came to Flushing to enter a partm r s',i,i w.t'i In- btotlors lie wa liiemli.-r of the (Vmcotdia Club, too It'll. il llrlth and pr.ic:icall) ever) Jew ish social and iih.lanthiopii organ!, i li. m in the cit. Mr Fpe.u m.itrlcd H lt,c Spit, of (iilcagii in l'.oi:i. wlm sur vives iiitii. with two sons and two daugli- tela. Vlr. I oroelln (' I mil.. Ml- Coineba C Cook, widow of Vlcxiindoi Cook, torinerlv nn editoi l.il writer on the f.'it-Hiii.'f 'oil. died Hid denh eteidc lit bet home. 17 Sldnc) Id lie llioolln She wa- one of Ihe oldest niiiuliets of the Fust I i e-bylei in ii Chunli, i oi responding sccie-laiy of the Home tor l-'iicudless Women lind Chlldieu and a member of the Colonial Dauyhli i" 1,1 0'' Seventeenth Centurv, the National Mie(e of New lliiglatol Women and of ihe Foil Oreene liiapler ot tlie D.inghtets of Ho- Ainei lean Ilcvo- 111 t Kill. TWO eons sill VIVC X nicotine loidevvnn-r. Hl-MP-Trvii, L. 1 . March So. Valen tine Vandcwiitc-. who for some jm,, conducted a hotel lie- ir lirook'.iolt. the esl.ile uf I' It. P. Pieiiiionl, lit Meadow Iliouk, whic i w us a popular ieiul din ing Ihe Vanderbllt cup races for auto mobile", died at his buttle to-il.iv lb w.i- 72 .vcais old. He had lived In Hempstead township nil h'e life Din ing the civil war lie w is wit.i pie Sev enteenth New Vork Civ.iliy. lie whs ii member of Muses A llnldwln Post, i! A. It. and other organizations. A wife, three urns and two daughters survive. lieiirue 17, Pool-on, Oeoige i;. I'miNon of I le tl II. i: 1. N .1.. died 111 the Undent! strut llo-plt.ll )is. lerd.iy moiiutig, whcie lie was taken Motid.i) ,ilti I I1H..II after a stloke of apu. plcx). Mr 1'oillsoii was a law rcpoili-i Willi i.tlices at the Association of the Har and 32 N'as-.iil street He was u vet. er.en of t e Seventh Iteglment, N. i!. N Y He le.ms a widow, mnther and Ihne biolhets MAHHIKD. HANM N .1 . UOOM At Ilt the re'ldelli 11a, l.eiu It-U ' (if the brl.le's falher. on III III" It e.lnesd.n, Man Ii .a, loir, Arthur ,lohnon, l. i, Helen C.iineroii i .11.111. lieoiae A ilgil-tii i Vlooiii. Pei s. llalllllllg. liiiii:liter of to William 1 1)1 Kl). llol iiHTON.- sinh lent), Manh . b.-rl lleiightou Funeral from hi" Im ie.i. Carlton avenue. Hli.o'.lU 11. lib!. iv .iltel 110011 Iter 1 c, 30 o'clock 1 '.V !t.-i ix ot TI1111..I it M , 'tn. I .' .11 bl Lite i.s.il. 1. . u ;,i,i -i, .,11111,1 s-nei .1 llenrv- hu.liitinl of llrl. 11 Wllets I'meun. itlol son of Ihe i.ue .lost ph itnd .vi.iiitii.i 1; 1 .irstm in Hi" IIP) seioiid )ear of his age, Noihe uf funei.el lureafur. DIED. CIIAMnum.--Ruddenly, March 26. at Sa vannah. Corlnnn Ntnrey Chambers, wife nf Arthur D. Chambers of Kast Orange, N. J Funeral at her lata reildenee, II North Watnul street, Kant Orange, Friday, at 1 P. M. COOK.Su.ldcnly, on March 39, at htr late resldentr, .7 Sidney place, Itroek lyn. Corne'la C, widow of Alexander Cook. Nntlie of funeral hereafter. OISUOUN'i;. .'larch 25. Lillian Oliborne. ago 17, oar. Funeral from Stephen McrrlU Chapel, lilflilh avenue, near Tnentyflrit street. Time later. IIIHKi:.- Illeaiiora Align Hervires "TIM: FUMIHAI, (.'IIUttCH." 211 West Tw-rniy-tlilrd (Frank K, Campbell Hulldlng), Friday atlernoon, 2-30 o'clock. K.SitX (In Tuesday. March :. UK, at hla leel.l.ine. :i! Kast Ulghty-thlrA etteet, Col. Iildnard M. Kn'.l. In hla eiptity.Oflh )nr, t-ervlcee at Ml. James's Church. Madleea avenue and e'eventy-flrit itreet, on Fri day, .Men fi 31, at I P. M. Headquarters Medal of Honor Lesion of h fulled Stat s nf Amerl.-a Mem bers are requi-st-d to ha present st thai funeral services of our late .ntupinDn, Col. IMitanl M. Knox, to h- 1 1 -1 , 1 at 8t. James's Cbiiteh, Ma.llvtn stenue and Seven!) .tlrst alriet Friday. March 11, J P. M. JOHN nitOXXAN. Adjc ar.t. I.KI.ANH. On Tuesdi). starch 2, In the svieniy-irventli )nar ut his age, Fron ds L. l.elan.l, uldekt son uf tha late Irs mis f.clahd and HufratU AtuPar de I.elaml. Funeral services at Hi- Church ef Ascen- fion nrtii avenu- nnd Tenth elreet. on l-'riday, March 1, at 10 A. M. Kindly omit flowers, engineer Corps and Aseon.ites of Corn pan) K, Seventh Infantrv.' V. il. N. T. It Iv with great regret thai the death of uiir former tnoaiber, l.leut.-Col. Frsnils L, I, eland. Is announ.cd. Mem bers ale re-iiuesird lo allend the fu neral at Hie Church of Ihe Ascension, Tin lh striet and Fifth avenue, at It A. M.. on Friday. March 31. S. H. MrdllAW, President. IIUNItr W IIODdK. Seereiary. LINCOLN On March :i, at his country home, I.lmoln Hilt, Wareham. Mail.. In his slxt) -second enr, Jamea Miner Lincoln, eon ot I'rMton Hhepard Lie eoin and Annie K. Morre. Interment In Mount Auburn Cemetery. Cambridge, Hoston and Philadelphia papera plteie eopy. MII.I.H.V on Thursday, Man h Jo, lilt, a- her home, ;ie -t l.3d st, Cordelia Chaiieane Itoekwrll Mlllen. widow of Wlilam Mlllen In her eighty. aecond )ear. Funeral service it Intercession Chapel. Trlnlte Parish. Broadway i.n.l lSJth street, on Sun.l.i , April 2, at 2 P. M. Intersient at Trinity Churih Cemetery. M'UWHHS. Mrs. Alice M.. beloved wife of VV, H. wers, on Wednesday, Maroh 75. at Mulitclalr. N. J Funeral services prliate. Kindly omit r.oa-ra. Cleveland papers pleaso copy. TAli". .-uddetily, on tsih Inst., Susie Pran- os iriee Moulton), wife of William Walker Tail. Funeral eervltci ir be held st Pt. liar. tholomfw'a Chapel, Madison avenue and Forty. fourth street, un l(ay, Jlarch St. 19IC. at 11 A. M. Interment private, TOW.Vr-r.Nl. on March 2J. I3K., at Mont vale. N. J.. Percy Townsend, aged It ear 9 nmntl.s and 17 dajs. Till MAN At Orange. N. J. Jt.irch 31. IMC. llenrv llertel Truman. In ;ili -fventleth )enr Funeral srril.es at the church ef t. Audtew. snutli orange, .s .1, Saturday. Vprl 1. at ill! p. M. Carriages -ex til ii al ins at M.oi.iiiin station on a.rh.i, of r.im leaving llotmkrn t ..'.t I' .VI Interment private 'xlnile omit lowers. Ml'.violil xl. ItlXil.t l ltl. I. III. A Mi - -A' a pe. 1 1' 111-. t.,r 0 M.ir.h t 111. -ee i c ef the loan! nf the wi.-i ,-im: HANK, be-. 1 -.-.i- ,i.i -. ei f ii.lupte.l : e f-i:'.iviii 1'sohillone 'X'herajs. l'ie Hire, tors nf t j West .M. Ilar.k .if the i-Jtv uf Ss.i ) ,.r: lava leariieii hi:.. , now uf ihe death of Ihelr Chairman PltANCI-' I. t.l'.I.VMi "ho tleparied lhl. .Ife 011 1 is h dvv of Mar.-h. In Hie er of our I.erd lunet'en linn.),. 1,11,1 slvteer. and Wi.rreis. he v i' be .ire v 1111.-. r iho-e oui-ities n bean mil mind tvhl, h hlu.le, hi. oun-el and lolxlt- rt v.il.iub.e 111,. I eu.ieare I I Im !,i all li-i.e uo.1.1 loi.iin . n, 1, ivnow htm : 'lllerefore be It lle-oird That -hs l,tr l-.rs .1' the West ,-l.le Hank of t ! t'tt i.f New Inik. Ill mil fn of t'-e .oss w b. h thev l.e.e su'.il-i-. 11 Hie tlea-li f their .1 -.. 111 . Pun, n u l.elae I 're'.,-,- cvpre.e and ev-.ol to hie le leave, I fainl.i their lie. 'tf .! sHilp.ith In ine Ir ure.it ultll. tl.1,1 . An I bo it furihir It's.ove). T lat the., le., .inn, ms be eniei.,1 1,11 ihe minutes . f lh- Hank, mi, I a . ..p , sent to tt-.s fmlliU of the le.-e,i,,l Til 1:0 ;t HilKTINi: se, rnary ivi.i iii:i:hi:i: . . At s mertlpg of the II, ..11 , lure.'to-s ' H.e Pillh Avenue Haul, n Nen- he'.d Manh 30. I is 1 1,. the follow lug tnln-iti. w a- a liit.te.i : (i x itrN i:it wi:thi:hiiki: one of hi- f01111.lt rs of tits bank and a member of lis board fiom orgauU.itlo. , ha l et II caile.l fro III., s. eue .if Ills lone ami Interesting life, ami we who we-e .t - -... I.i 1 c.l with him 11 Ihe directory -t the bank offer our tribute of respect 1 t.l holier to his memory When Hie biuli was sttrte.l In l;."i Mr Wetherhee wa. nr ,,f tlie . oprl, 1..1 . of the Windsor Hole, th.-i, ,, m li.iit.int pait of Ihe mi's life ae, a--ivlt Ii wis Hpproprlate ihat he li-..i..l identify house. f wiih ihe new liisili.nliiti which in.) i-niiio into hi, nelshb.ii hoo.l, mid he bee .1111 11 Mock b .l.ler and a dlre.-i.o-. He nn, ileep . luteri Jte.l lii the lank 1111. 1 rive to It fieelv of Ids time mil aitioiil.i . p ,r over fnrtv )ear he was mut constant In hi. attendant e upon the ineetimr of the hoard nnd w a . In bis pla, Hs .us! Hie day before he .lie. I As sri itss.ni.ne he was 1110. list .4 1 1 i-.v. eons, .10. 1 dlllc'iit 1 the .erforiii.nu e of his dill) ii- he saw H A a ru.luesH unlii lie .limine, t milked silt i-ess In hh- 1 V, si It tl d His ei'i1 nuail Is- of min 11111I iiiHiintr. h ' cenrriuis an.i k'.t.dlv sitrti compelle I Ihe atfe. II. 01 ef -i-ose who knew h.il H, s ileii'b i- a pe-s.iliai loss to pa, 11 ne ef is we sh.tr- the hefeavemrn' uf his ft o. a .1 tender tn them our sine ei e st ntpat li . ' i ti.V-ro.v, Cashier vmh:htakers. mo VWAT FRANKECLWBBlLi! itijt iV ii