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TflE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1916.
L.C.ALBRO MAKES MRS. GRONER BRIDE ForiuiT Miss Phpi' of Uich tnitnil. Vri.. Miirrics in Park Avimiiio Homo. HONEYMOON IN HK KM I'D A Mr M.iry Puce tlroiicr. daughter of Mr niul .Mrs. James It. Pace of Hlch ir.nii'l, Va.. was married to Lewis Colt Albrn )cstctday afternoon at her home, jiii Park avenue, In the presence of rcla I vis and Intlniate friend?. The l'.ev. Or luvld J. Itiiriltl of the Murlile Col ligate Church pet formed the. cmtiiony. The bride, who worn a costume of l.l'.le ainl 'liver hrocaile, wan unattended. Janus Albrn acted an hi brolher'a best man AntoiiK those who witnessed the cere mony "crc ,r ,,ni' "" 'Jeorge S. I'.rcwstcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dana Uibson. Ml"" Josephine (llbson, Mrs. J.inits C OCiitmor. Dr. nnd Mrs. I'rnest Kahuestock. t)r Clarence Fahnestoek, Mr. William Nelson Cromwell, Mrst. James Albro. Miss Elizabeth Colt Albro, Mrs. Kdward T Stoteshury and Mr. and Mrs Sidney II, Hutchinson of Philadel phia, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward 11. Stet-tliilu.-, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony .1. Drexel Middle. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van VSV'k, Pf. and Mrs. .lohn Randolph Page, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Livingston Cam Mr ami Mrs Moses t'nilerhlll nnd Car roll TaIor. Mr and Mrs. Alhro will spend their honeymoon In Hcrmti.tu and after their return will live nt 515 Park avenue. BEDFORD KALLEY. rerrinonj In llol- Trinity Clinrrh on llrnnkljn llelittits. M . Hoatrlce Sherman Kalley, daugh ter nf Mr. and Mrs Frederick Draper Kalley, was married to Alfred Clarke Hedford ves-terday afternoon by the Rev. Pr .1. Howard Mellsh In the Church of the Holy Trinity on Brooklyn Heights. Mr Hedford Is a son of Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Cotton Hedford of Hrooklyn and lilen Coxe. Is. I., nnd a nephew of K. T. Hedford. The cenmony nt 3 o'clock wns followed by . reception nt Mr. and Mrs. Kalley's home, 10 South Portland nvc r.ue. HnMiklyn. Mrs. Arthur Turner Soule was her sis ter's matron of honor and a cousin of the bride, Miss Frances Cralk Plnckney of Richmond, acted as tlower girl. The I bridesmaids were Miss nuth Hutchinson I of Augusta. Mlsi Helen Culver Kerr of Manhattan, Miss Frances) Hedford, a I couln of the bridegroom : Miss Agnes cie Midlng. Miss Allcne lllock and .Miss . Pell.l Sprague Howen. Henry Hotcjikls.s of Manhattan was, ifji man ami me usners were Kdward .Miller nnd Mis? Mercedes d Acota. F de Seldlng of Summit, N. J.; Dean! Mrs. Alexander D. U Pratt was quite Hedford, a brother of the bridegroom; tragic In her poe of "Judith," after the Arthur Turner Soule of South Orange, painting of Allorl. This tableau de S.J.: Kdward Richmond Ware. Uvlng-1 plcted JtulUh with the head of into Mil I.yman Short of Manhattan and frrnr. Another famous ti.ifiitlnc shown Jo.-n Miguel Martinez of Manhattan audi Boston. BARLOW BROWN. JlauUlrnte's Sou a Mnrrlrd at III Fnl tier's lliinie. H.rii-of'x'twOr" 'a'!f costumes of th... tableau J .....low. son of Magistrate I'uter T. Har- ?,B iriMJR n,,";- , Slr'' SesvoM :.v...ook ,dace yesterday afternoon at Vf?lJ, ? t. i I'arii avenue, the home of the bride-11, .r.. n father. I tl... ,.r......, ail roiniiany of relatives and friends w previous , ,to Mr,' w?' "iCI" ,laf. J?i i.B plans had been made, the new!.."'" participants except Mrs Uliar being I cf the marrlag.i will be a surprise to 'he friends of Mr. It.nlnu- nn.i 1,1. iipi.in 1 i city and New Orleans. Magls-! th Programme came ai- '-ate Deuel performed the wedding cere-, P-cc os fjondoller. in whieh tM.-ed v i y There were no bridal attendants. , -I'l'"' MJInsky of the Russian ballet ai ! Magistrate Harlow acted as best m.ui for his son. After an Informal re-1 miih- of thr Tlt-Uri lllur, I i!'.'.!i Mr. and .Mrs. Harlow left for' Among those who hecured tickets were ! the South on their wedding trip. -Mr, and Mm. James F. D Linler, Mr. Mrs Harlow was first married to Her- and Mrs. Victor Sorchan. Mr ami Mrs ' b-rt Hrown. from whom she obtained aljnmf.g .. Hurden. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry! iHvor-o a few years ago. She has lived j flews. Capt. and Mrs. Philip M. I.ydlg. !n this city for the last few years and . Haroness de Meyer. Mr. airl Mrs. F ' his appeared on the stage In French ' (;rav nrltwnlil. Mr and Mis. Stanley . re ital-. Mr. Harlow Is prominent In Mortimer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mather' cle-y and has taken part In several McNeil. Mrs. Wlllard D. Straight. Min. entertainments given each season for r.utherfurd Stuyves.irtt. Alexander Smith cnar"5' . Cochran. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Payne, I Whitney. Mr. and Mr. Klbort II Cary. Ilcjn Just. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert I, Sitterlee. Mr. i The wedding of Mis Kthel Luise Just. "'', Mrs. Charles H. Alexander. Mrs.; (laughter of Mr and Mrs. .icorge A. Just l!w',t- InrRa.n' .Mr o! Scarsdale. N. V.. to Otto P. lleyn. Mrs. August HHmont. Mr. and Mrs, son of Mrs. O. P Heyn of Staten Island. Kal," Mr', ,Mr.; . tok place a' noon sester.lay In the J iV"- J.' wl,,r;' -N- "',1llunf:1 Mr!).' ' church of St Jiuues-the-U-ss In Scars- hltney Warren Mr. and Mm, 'nnt . dale. The Rev. William Oscar Jarvls rector of the church, performed the ctre tnrny Miss Alice Van Horn of Scars dale was maid of honor. Tho bride's Kster .Miss Dorothy Just was flower girl. William Khler Heyn waa hts brother's rs.! man, The usherB were George A. Just. Jr. broth of the bride; F, A. Hiirgeinelster, (Jcorge. Oliver Castcll ann Edwin Stunip. Tho bridegroom Is a fn of the late Otto P. Heyn nnd Is vice president of William Stake & Co. of this ' '' lie is a graduate of Princeton InlvirMtj. class of lffll, and of Colum bia law school, class of 1916. (HfTord lnmh, M ' .'rance.M Lewis Marsh, daughter cf W Ilium V. Marsh of WllllaiuNtown. Mas was married to Henedlct (llfford, ' .f Mr Hiid Mrs. Malcolm Olfford .f lliidnni, N. V., yesterday afternoon I the Church of the Heavenly Rest, l ie liiv Herbert Shlpman, lector of the church, performed the ceiemony, hih was witnessed only by relatives. M. s Iv'athryn Marsh was her sister's (i'l attendant and William V Marsh. Jr. ted as page. Malcolm Olfford. Jr a. led as h brother's best man. Af'er a trip to the Virginia Hot Springs M and Mrs. Clifford will live In Hud- ion 1 1 em pill 1 1. Tripp. Mary Tripp, daughter of Mr. and 'iij E Tilpp, was married to i Hemphill yesterday afternoon iMlliooni of the St. Regis. The was witnessed by relatives il afterward there was a large 'ii MIhx olive Tripp nnd Miss T up. sisieis of the bride, were attendants, Alexander M. Pb lailclphla was best mail. .!i no ushers When they re- i thHi wedding trlii Mr. and ili iphlll will live In Montclalr, ( oollilue I'unnliiKliniii. . ( 1 1 S3. Tlie church of our v.,ii-., t lie i tiiircn oi ''r j " " " rt. iuooj, at the wedding 1 XIII. Ill , ljlllllllMll,lll 111.11 ij.iii ( Vilidge, Jr., Harvard 1911. ' niiiKli.im Is the daughter of Mr, Mr-. Frederic Cunningham of ne. and Mr. Cnolldge Is a son of pieman Coolldge of Huston. Tho v was performed by Hlshop ' e ,m uncle of the bride I.; Mi'helue Jen kins. V El ( May Jenkins, daughter of ' ! T.i lis Jenkins, was married tn '' I militia Mclv'elge last evening at ' ' of lior fattier. 825 Putnam ave- 1 ' .ol, In The Rov. Dr. Cornelius " ' o of the Fifth Avenue Baptist ' -!, Manhittan, performed the cete asslMeti bv the Rev, Maurice A. 'vy Mr McKelga Is a son of Mr. and Mrs Ferdinand McKelge of fletnuket, 1- I. VENETIAN FETE IN VANDERBILT HOME IfHliini City's Witr Victims del 85,000 by Novel En-tortaiiiincnt. NOTED PERSONS IN POSES , Mis William K. Vanderhltt cave the use or her house. (IdO Fifth avenue, last evening for nti entertainment of tab- Irnux lvnnt In aid of war sufferers of I onlco. It proved to he one of the most ar tistic entertainments of the spring sea son, nnd the tableaux, after paintings of the Venetian school, were shown under the direction of Itaron de Meyer. These tableaux were dlsp.icd In a huge frame which wns placed nt the north end of the CJothlc dining room, nnd they were most effective In every way from the point of costumes, lighting nnd general arrangement. The tickets were sold nt $25 each nnd the audience was. limited tn 200. the seating capacity of the room. While the pictures were being shown there wns appropriate music by Armand Vescey's orchestra and Tom Dobson sane n scries of Italian -songs. There was also guitar music by Miguel I.lohet. There were many murmurs of admira tion as each picture wa shown, and they may be called some of the best eer Klven In New Vork. The flrt nlo. tore was Clma's "Tobias nnd the' Angel." In which posed .Miss Maud Kalin. W. Forbes Morgan, Jr., and Harry Cush Inc 3d. This was follow nt by Car paiclo's "Dream of St. t'rsnla," with Mrs. Arthur S. Burden nnd Mrs. Henry Worthlngton Hull. One of the most Imposing of the tableaux was Ulorglono's "Madonna Unthroned" nnd In thl posed Miss llarbaia C Itutherturd. Cyril Hatch and Dudley Morgan .Mia lldlth Denron In I nal of Mali. Titian's "Education of I.nve" was next shown, with Mrs. Sidney W Flh. Miss Mary Kernochan and Miss Mary Ho)t Wlborg. Miss Kdlth Deacon made a , most striking tlcuro In her rooiolete stilt of mall, noslm- as "Si neon.-.,.'' nf'er Mantegna's famous painting of that' title. Miss Dorothy Hlgelow was seen In HcIUM's "Madonna and Child." and ' In the Veronese's "Finding of Moses" I there were Mrs. W llourke Cookran. .Mrs. Charles de I.oosev Oelrlelu. Miss Mary Cass Canfleld. '.Miss Katharine! was TiepoloV. "Embarking of Cleopatra " Thin depicted the Kirs titlan oueen In her imikf 1IMI sue M.I? iiiiii'ifuiiait-H " .'iir . Archibald Alexander and the royal at-' temlants were James W Harney. F i i . . . , ...I t... w ... lturrall Hoffman. Robert Lwlier audi j Andre Ralmi t. ' Tlejwilo's "Fresco In the Villa Manilla" V. , V. '. , ,, i Hoi Monte and It. Sawyer po.ed i ir I.onghl's "Showing the Rhlnocen.' masked after the fashion of the seven- i teenth century, Astor, Mr. and Mrs. M. Orme Wilson. William Salomon, W illiam K. under-1 hilt. Mr. and Mix. John Mngee. Mrs. Will-1 lam K. Vnnderbllt. Jr.. Duke Dl Durnzzo. I Miss Ruth Twomhly. Mr. and Mrs. W (Joadby Iocw. Mrs. W. Astor Chanler. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius N. Hllss. Clarence 11. Mackay. Mr. and Mrs. IVIward S. HarknesM. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Cary, nlullo Cattl-Casazza, John QVInn, Mr. twm j ! nsraa inn f. fa-ftr fp nml nnu ,,,. wi..n ..... -. - ...... , Mrs. John II. McCullnugh, Lloyd Warreh. Alfonso ile Nuvario and Mr. and Mrs. F ' Hurrall Hoffman. The excuses of each tableau were borne by the participants, thetefore It will be possible to send the entire re ceipts to Venice. DR. WHITE'S BRAIN TO SCIENCE, MirKrnn Willed II to Wlilur Insti tute of I', of 1. Pllll.vPKi.rniA, April 2o. In accord ance with the will of Dr. J. William White, well known surgeon who died last night, his brain was removed to-! day and taken to the Wlstnr Institute of Analogy of the l.'nlverslty of Pennsyl vania, in be studied and compared with the brains of other medical authorities 1 reposing there. ! Dr White's body will be cremated and the ashes Interred In the Woodlands Cenieterv, which adjoins the. grounds or the university. No funeral services will be held, as Dr. White had never allied hlins-elf with a religious denomination, . Mnllrr II rnwii, I Miss Eleanor H. Hrown. daughter by a 'frit titer marriage of Mrs Howard Me-' Williams or tins in.v mm i on N J.. was nun t ied K Edwin Muller, Jr of Levlngton, Ky , last evening In the Central Presbyterian Church, .Madi son avenue and Fifty-seventh street. Tho ceremony was performed by I ho IteV EdW III .Mlllier Ol i,ciiikhiii, lainei 14 . . .. .el... I.. .1.1.. I I- he bridegroom. The bridal attend- . ,iwn I 1111 All HHPs .Mil I HII 1M . i.wn, KHthcrlne Mayer. Sarah Wash- burn, Margatel Menrs, r ranees vviu brldge. Helen Harrington and Doiothy Tuttle, Mortimer G Muller was best man and tho ushers were Charles Hiliin, Robert Lynd, Charles II, Hunter, James O Murray and Kenneth H. Condll. A reception followed hi the ballroom of the Gotham, Mr nnd Mrs. Muller will llvo In Garden City Vnnm l.nlenn. Miss Helen Latson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alniet Reed Latson, was mat rled to Charles Titus Young last eve ning In the Clinton Avenue Congregu tloual Church by the Rev. Dr. Nehemlah Boynton. A reception was. held at the homo of the htlde's parenls, 230 Jeffer son avenue, Brooklyn. Mr. Voting la a eon of the late Charles T, Young, LUNCHEON TO PADEREW3KI. 3lr. .Inmea l.owrll I'ulnnm lloatea j at the Itlts-t'nrllon. Mrs. Juines Lowell Piitnaui gave a luncheon yesterday In one of the private suites of the Rltz-Carlton for Iguace Paderewskl and Mine. Paderewskn. The guests were seated nt one table, which was decorated with spring Mowers. Among them weie The Hon. Mrs. Anon. Mrs. Adolf l.adeiiburg, Mrs. I Id ward T. Stoie-shory, Mr.-. William Post, Mrs. James Speyvr, Mrs. Charles Wright of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Krncsto O, Ftbrl, Mrx. Francis K. Pendleton. Mrs. Roche, Miss Lota Robinson, Mm. O. IC. P. Kelmont, Miss Klsa Maxwell. Mis Jane Cowl. J. D'Wolf Cutting, Kenneth Hill, Charles T. Matthews and Robert H. Van Cort l.mdt NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. A dance by members of Squadron A will be given to-night at Sherry's. Mr. and Mrs. James Speyer have. rcul W(,r,. , entertaining, leased for the summer at Har Harbor There were several dance numbers li the villa known as Hagatelle. ,lstratlnp the characteristics of the Miss Amelia Randall, daughter of Mrs. , C.oddcss of Fortune and among the pro Darley Randall, will be married to Dr. , fesslonal dancers were Mls I.ydla Thomas H. Russell to-dny at her home, i l)pokova and Alexandre iavrllov of the is West Fifty-ninth street. Russian Italic t. now performing at the , ' Metropolitan Opera House. Miss Charlotte Wlnslow. dnugnter of mus ina Klsel did a cmsv dance Mr. and Mrs Arthur Wlnslow. will be married tn Lieut. Robert T H. Lowell. C S. N . to-day In Trinity Church. Hos ton. The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Hache Could, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Saltonstall (lould, to McAllster Coleman will take place this evening at the home of her parents, 149 West Seventy-fifth street. ! A summer sale under the auspices of (jn,er tiil Katherlne Colby, the St Christopher Guild will bo held There were numerous side booths and this afternoon for tho benefit of St. ono of these was shown "The Hook Mary's Free Hospital for Children at nf Fate," said to be a copy of one car tho home of Mrs. J. Woodward Haven, Tfl j,y Napoleon I. There were nu 18 East Seventy-ninth street, Miss Alice Guernsey, daughter of Mrs. Joseph R. Guernsey, will be married to Ernest H. Osborno this afternoon In the chapel of Ht. Thomas's Church and tho wedding of Miss Beatrix Duel and Henry C Smith will tuke place In tho Church of St. Nicholas. The annual dance for the benefit of Haarlem House, a settlement In Last llfith street, will be held to. night at , Sherry s. Among those interested ate Mis. J. Ilorton IJams, Mrs. Francis W. Murray, Mrs. Gustaf SlromberK. Mrs, J. Muhlenberg llallcy and Mrs. Pierre Mall. The last for this season of the Friday Junior Dances, which were organized several years ago by Miss Georglanna llarrlman Owen, was held last night at the Plaza. These dances are for girls who will bn Introduced to society next vear or the season after. Among the patronesses aro Mrs. Robeit Applctnn, Mrs. Oliver llarrlman, Mrs. Edwin Gould and Mrs. II. Caslmlr do Ithuin. Mrs. Nelson Herrlck Henry gave a luncheon yesterday at the Colony Club for her niece. Miss Frances W. Henry, who will bo married to Harvey Graham on May 1. 'Others at tho luncheon were Mrs. Howard 11. Henry, Mrs. Hubert Vos, Xlrs, Nelson Hurr, Mrs. Joseph P. llogtiet. the Misses Grace Henry, Jiannle Emmet, Eleanor Million, Mar garet Strong. Gabrlclle Gourd, Josephine Patrott. Phyllis McVlckar and Amy Sloan. Mr. Graham will give his fare, well bachelor dinner to-night at Sherry's. The annual Easter costume danco or ganized for debutantes of this and last season was held last night at Sherry's. Tlie patronesses Included Mines, Charles Dana Gibson, M. Hanks Taylor, Russell II. Hoadley, Jr.. It. Fulton Cutting. F. McNeil llacon, James W Markoe, Carl A. do Geisdorff, Alvln W. Krerh. Charles M Chapln, Thomas II, Howard, Fred eric Foster Carey and W, Plerson Ham ilton Thero were about 20(1 present and costumes were not of any particular period, Supper was served tn the tap estry sitlto and aftwward dancing was resumed to tho muslo of Conrad's or chestia ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS, Amends lr. riforge W. Tllizley, Jlontun, S t I'reeiiiiiii, rhllmlelvhla, Woiulalnrh Mr. and Mri. F. H. Thomp son, llrurtttun, Mii. ; Mr. uml Mri. Wnrrn U .luliiisiiii, Miami, Flu. Mario A ii tnliiet t , M r. snd Mrs. J. F. Miul.sne, Halt Ixilte City! N. M (Irlfnn, ChlcRKii, Mr suit Mrs. H. 11. Hurlisnk, I'lilludrlplils, lllltiimre Mr. and Mrs. William Kord, Cincinnati; Mrs Freil 'I'. Monin, Detroit: Mr. unit Mrs. K. II, U'Hl.h. Toronto; Mr, end Mrs. Itlchard Hard. CallfnrnUi Mr. im ai r. lid ward McMiua, uunno; Mr. W. J. ,rH, Buffale, 'FORTUNE'S FETE' FOR BENEFIT OF THE BLIND Spt'cinl Dances Arranycil Which Society Yoiiny Women Take Part. in The animal entertainment for the benefit of the New York Association for the Hllnd was held last night in the ballroom of the Hotel Astor. It was calWd "Fortune's Fetf" and, ns Is cus. toniary for all the entertainments In aid of this Institution, dancing was the fea ture. Miss Winifred Holt, who In former yeats has been acme in tne carrying out of thee entertainments, is now In Paris nvrklng for blind soldiers, nut ncr iiI-ipa iviis f.'ilten hv n committee whose nii ,u0TC wns H,Cal dance entitled The Wheel of Chance," for which the music was written by James M Heck, Jr. In this were Mrs. Lyle Evans Ma han, Mrs C Wheaton Vaughan, Mrs. Louis Frith, the Misses Eva Ingersoll Hrown, Florence Rising. Ellse Hlce, Frances Ward. Madeleine Dahlgren. V ranees Henrv. era de Ropp. Claire' von Lenneji, Genevieve Clendcnln. Dor nthv .Tnmes. Ivntlierlnn S.itterlee Louise merous fortunes told by cards, tea leaves nnd palmistry and also by crystal gaz ing. Mnny of those attending the ball wore costumes of gypsies, fates, witches, miners and argonauts and of anything that suggested the searching of fortune. Major-Gen. Charles F. Hoe was the grand marshal Among the special natrons were the President anil Mn Wood row Wilson, tho Governor and Mrs, Charles S. Whitman, the Mayor and Mrs. .lohn Pnrroy Mltchel and Prof and Mrs, William 11. Taft Among the boholders were Mrs Thomas W Lainont, Mrs. Joseph S Auerhach, Mrs, Shepherd K. De Forest, Mrs. Edward S Harkness, Mrs. W Watts Sherman. Mrs. Wlllard Straight. Mrs. Felix .M Warburg and Mrs J Muhlenberg Bailey ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mlron of South Second street, Elizabeth, N. J, have an nounced the engagement of their daugh ter, .Miss Lillian Mlron, to Edward Mar cus of Hrooklyn The engagement has been announced of Miss Eleanor Henedlct, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Albert Henedlct, 2.1 f Kenwood avenue, East Orange, tn David Quick Hammond of Port Jervls. N V. Mr. and Mrs, William S Wolle of Cleveland street. Orange, N. J . have an. nouueed the engagement of their dnugh. ler. Miss Martha Wolle, to Carlton IV Itllcr. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence It Hiker of South Orange. Mrs. L. C Johnson of Mushing, gavo a tea yesterday to announce the engage, nieut nf her gruuddnughter. Miss Helen Livingston Palmelee, to Norman Dun. nlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dunning of Philadelphia The wedding will lake place in October. Mr. and Mrs. George II. Edwards of Westminster avenue, Elizabeth, N. J.. have announced the ettgascment of t!Hr daughter, Miss Ann Edwards, to Walter Hurnham of Philadelphia. Sir. Hum ham Is a mining engineer. The wedding will take place In the fall, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph M. Htouglilon of Yonkers have announced the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Katharine S. Htouglilon, to (1, Howard Chamberlln, Jr., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Howard Chamberlln of Yonkers. No doto ban been set for the weddltift, Mrs. Arthur K. Hrooks of Indianapolis lias announced tho engagement of her daughter. Miss Helen Bennett Brooks, tn Lewis M, Wlggln of this city. Mr. Wlggln Is a member of the Yale Club and of the Reventh Regiment, N. O. N. T. nie wedding- will take place In October, MISS BROOKS OUT OF CAST. I'riMlnopr' Daughter Leaves Cohiin A llnrrl' "The (irent I, over." Virginia Fox Hrooks. daughter of Joseph Hrooks. the theatrical manager, has resigned from the cast of "The (Ireat lover," In which she has been appealing at the Longacro Theatre In the role of Kthrl H'urrrii. In a letter to Cohan & Harris, the managers, yesteid.iy flic said . "Please accept my resignation from The Urent Ixivvr' company, to take effect Immediately I trust that this abrupt termination of my engagement will not Inconvenience you and hope that flijf ngieeable assoi l.itlon with ou may be renewed In the near future." Miss Hlonks. who has reiolved inich praUe for hir portraal of the nde. has nut completed plans for next season Her father has under consideration a Play for her use. but Miss Hrooks says ' she would rather make her way vwthout paiental aj!tance. Several oiler have been made to her from prominent man I oget s. w hich she will decide upon w.thin I two weeks. MOVIE AMENDMENT HELD UP. Cnrrnii I'rrvrnl I'ntmiut- of .VI Con or r IfTrt'tliiK Srnsldr ltfor(. Alderman f'urran, minority IciubT In tlw IVKird of Aldermen, Miccicdcd vis- tcrd.iy In preventliiK the pa-.-.iKe of .in , amendment to the ordiiiuii. c KowrnliiK ' motion picture houses that viould miike Coney Inland nnd other t-easnle icsort , picture nouses immune from the reirul.i. tlotiH which govern tboe concerns In , , lf , 0, T. amendment, tmr The amendment, Introduced by Alder- man Ryan, was leported out b.v the Committee on General Welfara and an attempt to piss It without flic usual laving over rora ween was made. Aider. man Curran did not Ko Into the merits of the amendment, but objected so Mr-nuously to the procedure that motion to pati.s the amendment "an with drawn, The lunendment will take all Jurisdic tion over moving picture chows Riven on the llrnt floor of hotels at summer and seaside renorts to which no admission Is churned away from tho Commissioner of Licenses. I'lnsK nml. Players. I M. I nt re and llatli return t the I'.i -' .ht Theatre ni-M wccVt In th,ii nket. h 'The Maii From Mnntiina " The recital i! Vvette ilultbert tbl nt teriHMin nt th M.ixlne Ktllntt Thstte will iri'ei,i hy n lolilreMs h- .llliei, Holt, the Kreiicli nuvclM The Treanurers ('lull of New- York hns arranged for a tienni perrorniance at the Mn. Hun Tlualre .Sunday iilnbl. .M.iv T .M'niy prnmlnent platr will inks part In I Me iiriiKrauiine. The 'Tome to Hnhenila" totnpinv left .Hterduy fur New Haven, whM- a pre lluilnar) pcrfnrmamc vli he fttven to nlltht Tna ibow upens at the .Maxlne lllllott Theatre to-morrow cvenlm; roltowlni; a ieaon of forty-eight con aeetltlve Tietts the I9ir, version of the Zlenfihl rnllli" will terniliiate Its run In HrMitrpiirt, I'onii . in night The uevt prnauitlon Koev Into rthearal nn Moinlio Margaret .Mti)n, Ortifcliy (ialge. lldgar Sclujn. Mr and Mrs. 1'nil llerzug ami Arnold Henintt are Intereateil In an or ganization culled the Wnulldeil Alllfft Ite llff Kiiml. Mr. llennett la iicIIiik aa preo agent Tlie annil.ll Koldea Hall" will he held Monday ulglit at Hie .legfelil .Midnight Krollc, over the New Amsterdam Theatre The oeeaalon la to celebrate ttie return of the "Follies of IJtJ" oinpn ny from lt annual mud tour Marie Tempest will begin an engagement In Cyilt llarcoiirt s iimw imneil called M I. aiiy Name" at tlie Prlti a The- utre, Muntreal, on Ma) 1 After a short tour it w.lll ho brought to one nf the lhiit'eri theatrea In New Vork Sir Herbert Tr haa decided to ronllnti" the engiigenienl of "Hrnrv VIII," at the New Amsterdam Theatie for anutber week and will not produce "Tho Merchant of Venire" until the week of May i Mlaa Hlnic Perguton will pliy I'nrlia Charles Dillingham hna engaged Annie Muck llerleln for the coiuptn tn aupnoit Mii lir.-islcr In "Swrt J.!.e..', e new farce by Jamea Forhea. which will begin n brief mail lour on May , It will not lie preaented In New York until next euHon, The Huckleberry Indiana, n aoclnl or gaiiliutlnn of the New York Athletic Club, of which William Courtlelgh la tlie chief, have reaerved too pcata for tn-tilghl'a per formance of "Tlie Heurt of Wetona" ut tho l.)ceuin Theatre. After the perforin anee it dinner will he given to Mr. Court lelgh, who l a uieuibei of the can. The auctioneer for aeat for the l.nnibs (lumbal et thn Metropolitan Opera lloum May in ami .u inciuiio navin vvaruein, Nat ilomlwln. Frank Tlnnev, T Itoy llariiea. Fred Nlblo, Harney Hernard, Ju lian llltlnge. Jnhn Harrv more. Don ibl llrlan. Jiiiuea T I'owira. Irvlu S. ('olih, Hex lleach, llrorge Ade. nigby Hell, Wll ton l.ackaye, .loaeph Heibert, Dudley 1'lcM Malone. AUfiiatua Thoinaa and William Courtlelgh. The sale will be held at the Hudson Theatre on uonuay, nay I. "PICKWICK PAPERS" SELLS FOR $5,350 Hare Copy Is Star Ttom in Sale of the Coflrjroshall Collection. DAY'S TOTAL IS SUTJIW A first edition of "Pickwick Papers" brought $r.3."0 when sold yesterday to George D. Smith at tho Dickens and Thackeray salo from the library of Ed win W. Coggeshall at the Anderson (Jnl lerles. Am would bo Inttlcnted by the unusual price paid, It Is nti unusual copy i ami contnlns the four scarce addresses, nil tho advertisements and many ex ceptional plates. It Is dated 1836. In addition to other points which endear It In tho eyes of collectors Is a page of the original manuscript which was bought by Mr. Cotfgeshalt In England. Only u few other pages of the, manuscript are known to bo In existence. Thero were several presentation copies of llrst editions of Dickens's works, In rcrlbed by the author to hla friends, which were disposed of yesterday, and perhaps none, was more Interesting than tho copy of his "Amerhan Notes," which he presented to Thomas Carlyle In Oc tober, is 12. Carlyle wrotu his name on the llyleaf of each volume and In serted his bookplate. The copy was bought by the E. P Duttou Company for 9 1 .760. other presentation copies sold yesterday Included a first "Christ inas Carol," Inscribed by the author to his llfu long friend and distinguished literary contemporary, Albany Fon blauquu. It was bought by the Rosen bach Company for ? 1,000, A copy of "Tho Chimes." Inscribed on the half title In the autograph of the author, "f'harles Dickens Junior. From his ef fcitlonatu father Charles Dickens Sev enth September isr.s," was also bought by the Rnseiibach Company for $l,"O0. A "Nicholas Nlckleby" first edition presented by Dickens to his friend. Sam uel Rogers, Esuulre. to whom "Master Humphrey's Clock" was dedicated, was bought by the Dutton Company for $!).", An "Oliver Twist" presented with an autograph letter to Thomas Hill, which has been Inserted, wns bought by Oeorgo Wels for Js".ri. A presentation copy of "The Village Coquettes" was bought by Charles Sesler for IT-IO. The original manuscript of 'The Vil lage Coipiettes" with the dedication to Martin Stokes, who produced the play and acted In It, brought 1,000 when sold Ci ome D. Smith. Presentation copies in' "Sketches b.v Ho" brought "&. whin sold to !eorgo Wels, and a first iiIUhhi of the same work was sold to !, D, Smith for 5s5. The original manu script of Dickens's speech delivered at (lore Home, Kwislugloii, May 10. Ix.M.J was bought by tleorge D. Smith fori 51. '.'CO. Fiom the Interesting but limited cot bs'tion of Dii kenslana In the Coggeshall lil.iaty, Dickens's own dictionary by S.nnuel Johnson brought the highest price. It was 1-iiglit by the Roinlmi'h Company for $300. The prices paid for autograph letters esterday were only slightly below the price of the best Dickens Items. A col lection of sl.xtc,'n autograph letters by Abraham Lincoln, l'lyses S. It ant, Ad miral Farragut, Kdw-lii M, St niton, II. W. Halleck and James C Palmer was lioiuht by (Icorge D, Smith for lll.ti.-.o, An extra Illustrated ispy of "Paries nil U'.iders of the Civil War." by Robert l"iulerwool Johnson and Clarence C Duel, with 1.72U'engravsl portraits and t'21 autograph letters, was bought by (i Wels for S.I, von Tile total rtullzed vclerday was l!9 The sale will lontlnue to-da.v and tO-IIIOITOW COLONY CLUB AT WESTBURY. .Nrvv (IrKiinlriitlnn Will llnv,. tinlf ( nurse In When! lev llllla. Wr.KTia-RV, 1,. I . April ::. Anntlier cl.lb Is to be nddeil to tile lint of 'tho-a already cMnblisilieil in this e.ilulve lie. shhoi hood. Tlie new organization Is the Vflliur t'olony Club, and tt.s club lioii'e s liv.itrd on Maplu and Wilson iveiiuis. rii;!it In sltlit of all the homes of the vv.-althy resident of the W'hcatlcy 1 1 iIN .sect loll Trie club o to bo fur nun and women nliKe. nnd Its tneinl'ership will be ojii'ti to any one of rctlnemcnt uml education. The dues and meinl.er-.hip fee are to be tinmlniil. Tile clubhouse is almost com pleted, and vvith its ftirnhhlnKs will cost about 131.0(1(1 It I.s of the Colonial type Kour tennis , oiir'fi nnd a viuaMi ,-nurt are under construction. , ttolf course "111 be added later The women members will have their own nuatter", with lockers and shower. m , " r V. , V" ?l,m:" V, uuL ' J ,? .J.: MfCord. Kllwood U llllam and Henry The director." are (? P Dnrtvln. Hewlett Tieadwell, YOUNG STAR IN CHICAGO OPERA. Iloan llnlsii, llnaslan Siiprnun, Mnile Debut In ItllO. ciin-viio, Atirlt "' Kosa Itaisa, llus eiiin Mv'irano, ban luen cin;.eicil by Clco. finite Caiiipiinlnl tonppen vvlttl the Chl eaco llratid Upeia Coini.in next cu. sun. Mile, ltalsa is one of the youngeM of oieiii (.ItiKem and will iipenr in "Atda," "lAlrlcalne," "Civullnut Iliisticanii," "II Hallo ill Miu-cIioih" llllil tlie "CJneni ot Slulia," i;icras that are to be heard bete next eejenit .Mile ltalsa made her debut ill l'.'in under c.uninlnl at the ll.'iii-'i In Ills native city of I'amia. Italv. She tlrst nun; In the I'nited Si.iIih hi l'.i3 OBITUARIES. II ii Ii roil llnsjt liny ne, ltiisliiod Itust ll.iyne, foimerlv a met cliiint in tills city and latir a broker, died yesterday at Ids home In Summit. N, J Wlille travelling nbio ul several c rs airu he was Mrlokon with paraljsls audi never fully leiovcred He was l'in In i It.iltliuorc. Md., on June fi, 1M7 lie! wim one of tin; founders, of the Calumet Club Ills wife survives lilm j ticorKi- II, Vllekle. (Ichiro It. Mickle, n.", sou of the late (eome II Mickle and Rr.imlsnn of Att- dtew II .MuUle. onn time Mayor of .New Y'irls. died yesterilny nt Ids home, in Kim utreel, FIusIiIiib. He was prominent In Onecns count v nolltlcs (mil since 1S0S luid been chief Inspector In the Sewer Iicpattmcnt of the city of New York. t'corur S xi,,r, " .. -sioniiri. llenige S. Stewart, till )oar old, nf UUO I'lilon ftieet. HtoiikI)n, died slid - ilenlv on Sunday at his country home at Mniintalnilale, Sullivan count), New York, w lu re be had been serving for a .short lime ns Justice of the peace His wife iinil two stepsons biii vivo Mra. I ! K. II. Wi-ltlluu, Mr. I.oitlso Knufni.in-lleer WeltlliiK, wife nf William W. Weltllng. vico-prcs. Idem and dltcctor of tlie Ameiiitin Hard Itiilihcr Company, died ycsK-iday at her home at College Point, Queens. Iluuli Miillilnnn, Kahtisirt. Me, April 2.1 -Hugh Mull dooii, a ineinber of the Fenl.m Tiild coun cil and the only ono to bo captured by the Canadian inllllU, died to-dii) it I Hit, ogc of SB, Ho wns n retired merchant and had been HI ncveral yean. TO-NIGHT, PROMPTLY AT 8;30 In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street (Admission by card to be had free et the. Managers! Primitives and Other Old Masters belonging to Nicolas Riabouchinsky IF MOSCOW On Exhibition To-day Until Noon At the American Art Galleries MAIIISON NOP A nr. MOtllll The sal will be condoned by Mr. THOMAN K KlltHV or AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers Mnillson Hq. South. F.ntrance (I K. Md Street, New Vork Public Sales of Extraordinary Importance The American Art Galleries .MADISON HQtTAHK SOI' I II ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. To Be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale Friday & Saturday Afternoont of Thig Week at 3 At the American Art Galleries By direction Tiffany A Grand Rare and Old Chinese Rugs and Carpets Cnmprlvln their entire atntk of tlieae rsre and beautiful wear, nil of whlrh are of the high standard peculiar tn the hnuse nt The Tiffany Mudlna, ami whlih are now no Innger obtainable In Chine. A descriptive ratnlmrue, Illustrated by autoehromatlc nd half tone plates. Kill be mailed to applicant on receipt of one dollar AND Monday & Tuesday Afternoons Next, May 1st and 2d, At the American Art Galleries The Collection of the Chinese Connoisseur General Hwang Hsing hint President cf the Chinese Republic. Antique Chinese Porcelains and Pottery. Enamels, Jides, Snuff Bottles and Rare Old Chinese Paintings. Illiiilratfd Cniatogiiv Mailed on Itrielpl nt I'lMv Out. In the Book and Print Department Thit (Wcdnriday), Thursday and Friday Evenings t 8:30. Views of Old New York and Other American Cities in Fine Condition and ol Unusual Importance. The vain Kill be inmluilrd hv .Mr. 1IKIMS l K 1 11111 snd Ills aslsi a ii I . Mr. Otto llrrnrt. nt AMERICAN ART ASSOCI ATION.Managers Madison Si. South. Iliitrancv li II. '.Mil sirrel. Xrtv lnrk. .".OLIVER TIMS, 40 YEARS A POLICEMAN, IS DEAD Known lis tin1 Sliiilvc.siM'iin' of lilt1 New York Fnivi' li'cliic.l in I Sclit Oliver Tinis. n noted ineiuber ol the New- Voik Hilice force in the old d.iv.s, died .vv",terda.v In his bome. .1il."i Wot Twellt.v.f'Urth htleet. nft'T il week's illness. He had been a member of tin- fon e for more than fmty vears vclieii be was retired because of dis ability by Commissioner McAdoo in l:nJ.Y At that time a Celleial weediuu out of the old men was onbied and Sei'Kt Tims vv.ik one of tho.c who failed to natisfy the Hoard of Police Surgeons of his lit- ness 11,; afterward brought actum on ..-i. , ; ... ,i win oi intiiiii. uiiu loi ri'siuraiion m ii. live duty when Commissioner Ulnu- !-.' Fraiicla Xavlr ta inlen. flrand Cen ham was In olTlce but failed because ,r'! ' 1 ''""' " P- M r his .. celnnTch!" v'-rvT' "' 'venln,. Serceant Tune wae known as the Ken I IM it, Aa"..,., i.lten, dlnrer PnrW Shakespeare of the force He had 1 Aveimo Hole', 7 I' M ' ,rK learned seven of the bard's: trnRedlis by ,i,,'"i'"!L M"1"11 Man's Collegs, heart, and the Riea.cr part of the works , ""' Vo'X .,.;&, , ' ,.., of .Moore. Hyron. Keats and Shelley. Ho lint. ::6 We.t Fifiy-WKhth .'trrei. s i? could twite them for hours, and It was' American Nenapuper Piil.li.hars' Asan'cl. a favorite amusement of his to bewilder t Vt J Ti' il aX?' ,V,",',',nrf stnrli A M. befuddled prisoners by i.tiotl,,, Shake-1 AAM eprare III his speeches from the desk , P M lteportits, too. had tlielr dittlcultles I liiinanltnrlan Cult meMlnjr and pres. They could pet no news until Serueunt Tims had llnlshed whatever traced) or bill.nl was on his totiRiie at the time (Hie lepoitet who quoted him with a split infinitive earned his uud)ln aversion for the Insult Tims was sergeant of the old Thirtieth street station lit the da).s when the Ten derloin wa.s In full bloom. A sen-cant lit those da.vs corresponded to the del; lieutenants of to-day, and SerRt Tims had been president of the Police Lieu tenants Association. lu fact he s redded with bavin; done much toward lirinxliiB the organization up to Its pres. ent power 111 the force. He leaves a damthter nnd one son. member of the police for e Funeral services will be held tii-iiinrrow evenlnR at S o'clock In his home nnd burial Willi bo on Friday at (Ireenville. N .1 1 WILLIAM HENRY McDOEL. I. lite President nf Mniiuii Hnllrond Dlra etl 7.1. j Cllic.vfio, April 25- William Henry McDiS'l, for mnny .vcars president of the Monnn Itailto.id and prominent lu bank liiK citclcs, was found dead In bed to-day nt the resilience of bis dnuirhtcr, Mrs. W. Iv. Ivetilv, where ho nnd Ills wife made their home. He was 7fi yea in of un-. Heatli was due to general debility. .Mi .Mclinei was norn ai lioiisiown, I N. II, in 1 S 4 1 He began his railroad jwork In I Ml I with the (InMt Western luilioad of Illinois and eerve.1 during cceediiiK vears with the Toledo, 1 W'abnsli nnd Wevtern. the H.itinlb'il nnd , j0i,ciih mid tho Chicago, Hurlington and Qulncy rallronds, going to tne Motion 111 ISM. tien. AUKiiatn lie X, Melirrrell. Iinpon, Apill Sfi. News was re-1 eclved here to-day that (Jen. Augustus ! de Segtir McKertell. formctly tJovernor of UoiiRiila, died yesterday at Dundee, I Scotland. I (Jen, McKerrell wan born lu 1SH3 and' after ntteiiillng IHnn went tn Sandhurst Military College, un his Rriuluiitlon lie joined the Cameron Illghlanilers. For , iwciity-otglit )(tir be served in tne nrmy In various rapacities. He was In th" Sudan, Dnngola nnd Nile campaign. He was made a Companion ot the Hath of The Studios Collection of Beautiful In HKiv He last i omiiiiiiiib il t l(. Si..ind Hat til on vf the Ciiiifijii I iKlil.indci fiom I'.ilil tu nil? MoIImt 1 1 tiii I ti ii . Nkwahk. April IT. Mother llciuilna. for twenty .ve.n a member t'u- Slften . of ?t I'rain : ,inilfMiper;nr In St .lames ' Hospital, died to-da.v in that iiustltution, I of winch t-bf w i s one ,jf the Incorpo. tutors in ISOil She was 1,1 ,venr. old. . The burial will be n Syr.i use the head. . iii.ittcis of the unler I THE SEAG0ERS. I -ui iij to dm f ihe Pnitrd Kru.t Irani. . tiip .aenpa. lor ports nt tti CitribtieAn. Dr M II Connor. li. M . M Fare- .vir nnd Mri Din.cl tUy ,v"tifr'. .u -Mr Mrs F. J. V. O. liilhrrt Kllmit I (' V VVhlllv.v , Mrs K A Karv A C (, udner. d.ir. In .ri nrli In-ilnv. Mt'etinc of l.ll.ll-lnl.t nr, li-A,. lrij ... I atreal ?-M It vt ' ' "lurtn j jaii. v . vi """lannarmu nie.ui, Curnegl. lllUlrine, le, tuts t. Dr le,l W nat man on .v lie. rn Tr p Throiuh llua.ls." cluMiouae a' Mi Vrt HJt), street v p M .MAIJI.IED. BAItl.OW-Hitowv - 7t Pvrkavnu. In the rliy of New Vetk. Samuel l M. Barlow tn t:eln Hair Hrown, on April 15. 1310 HI3t)FOItl)-KAl,l.F.V - On T...ny. April IS, 19 1. HfMrl.a Miertnsn Kalley to Alfred (Varkn He.Uor.l. nt Holy Trinity Church, rtr.siklvn '(Hl'FOItD M vltSII - Mr and Mra Will. lam Y. Marah ot V illlamatown. Max. sniiounie tn mnrrlagx of their ilaugh tar Prati-es l.wl tn Henedlct UltTor i of Hudson. N. V. on April IJte, ,y Hie Itev Dr Hrhr! shlpman at th Church of ilia Henvenl, lltst. .w Voil, I1KVN .1PST On Ti..la vp-1! IS. at the Chun h of s. James lha.I.eaa Fcars.iala, V V ., n, i4 vvi.'lam Osrar Jarvls. Kthel l.i,a .laughter of Mr and .Mm tinig . j,,,. , t)Uo P Ibin of New y.,,1. nn: i). (JODDAllD ncliart II t p.- -. at Hnpototi House, i'r .vi !mi a, n xtr evening of Sitiir.hu, April :: Funeral services on Veilna . April S. et I'.' o'clock, at St stephan's I'hun Ii KKl.l.Y .Mary I! len. Futiara-I from CIII'HCH." : rh rcvnit.M. est Tneiuv .third ureet iFrink P Cainptiell Hulldtnc). Time i.mer S.VYUIt. Slldilen'v en April :t, at hll late reildence, ovi SI Nicholas avenue, New- York, IMuitin I Sears S.iyer, son of the late Wll linn V and .latin Sears Sayer. and '.elnved h lahaud cf Mary Pick Saver. In the eeveoty seeond year of hl iige Funeral private. SUFFBItN --At Hlooinne d. N. J.. an April :3. PIU, Julia S. wife of the late John C Suffer! Funeral services at her late home. Ill Franklin ,leet. oi Wedneiilay, at 3 P. M WIJlTI.INii -v. cm ts Com.. Vaw York, on Tuesday, Api! . I i'. Weliil,.-, "beloved wife of YVI l.un W Well In;, Funeral private I"m oni'i newer. !f,