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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916.
RUSSIAN PAINTINGS ARE SOLD AT $31,850 Smloiiiii's Hloly Kiitnily With l. .lolin" IVMit's the Top riiruro, $n.:m. ST. THOMAS BRIDAL FOR MISS GUERNSEY Wcildcil to Krnost Nnxlpr Os borne With Homo llm'p tion Following. MISKI M OXK OK IICYKKS Th" i t c'llectlun of Nli'hnl.m llinlmu i nJk), wlni-h formerly IicIoiik Id I'rince i. . tu lirfMvMllotiolT. sccielnry to tlie v i.r I'mprei'!' Marie rYoilniovtin, n i. ..old l.i!l cvciiltiK In the lul'room ' i'ii. I'i.uit lintel ly OTHKIl NtTTI.US OK, DAY tin- American 1 voivi.itltm. I lily liee.nne me collection v.i , .muI; one itlierc ere only tlilrty ,i tit 'iS mi It poiHI'ly I'emiii'c many ie .irt'Mn weie itnf.imllliir to New ,rk collecton. tile audience wim not it gc one It Itu'lllileil. however, mimt i the well know 11 ileulcr., mid the Met .ipollt.tn Mueum of Art was iuiiouk 1i j.nn Intern. The totnl for tho rale, wan jl V lumPO'ltloti liy Sjilom.i of the Ml Alice Otwney, il.ltlRlitf r f the Lite ,Iiieph Kryiintilw (Hierney, wn mauled to Kn.et Hnxter Onborne ven terdny ,fle-.iioon hi the chapel of Ht. TIioiiiiis'h Church by the rector, the lie v. r, Krnmt M. Hllrcs. The lirliie en tered the church with her uncle. Dr. I'rruili'.lti .. Cinrli. uhn irnvr her.inv.tr. She wore a Ktivvn of white reitln which wnn trimmed with llminecs f o!d point i lace, her veil also Ileitis of point l.ice.. She cimlrtl a lioutiet of while oichlds . mid tiller of the valley. I Mis l'r.itice (loidnn Wendell, the I only bridal attendant, wore it miwn of plnl mid blue taffeta with a chiffon Mt lo correeponil. She carried a lorge cluster of Dorothy PciMih roKri, llmobl j O.ilorne acted ns his lirother'a leM man. The mbetK vvete Charlex S. ltutlei, l.nw hoi i-.i.uoj ...i......w , . i ; . . " .. u v..." : , .... ne price, mMI)'-; to tne ixieinncrKcr icme iwumiir, iticii.uu .-. .inn. tiA.Ieriea for t s. Oil. The l.uiilfcape by litiiilr. for which the Metropolitan Mu nam of Art Kit to '.',kU0, In a charming ir.inn'ript "t medlit'V.illrm. with quaint i.istle! upon cracs and one upon an l.'aiul in a river. The lint of picture with bueis j ices follow s ; 1 lMiilun Moreli" "Portrait of a Yours .Man " It. Kilerhelmer I l.u n iTun ich Hie r.Ulcr, 'l'or. trait of M.vrttn Luther.'1 II. K Stringer I Anion Van li)ck. "Portrait nt Veins M.m." VV. VV SenmHii, frni 4 Jan tan Mature. The lrnln Kntlirnnnl." O. iternet, agent lien .Irlk Van Balen and .Ian HrtlfKhet "Mtulolllnl and t'llllil With A tiet." O. Hernet, ant I Manelltw Kofternia in. ruiiniloa." IMward stone t I'tul t'ottfr. "Mllhtnc Peene,' 'Jrrnet asnl .... I I.vii ' Cramich the i:i.ter. "Por tr.ilt of n Man," Kltinberurr (la.lerlea . ,3i-lmol of llnueher, "SleeplllK Niiiph Surprised by ."hum," I). UeorKP l)ry 19 ,al"inon Van llulaiUrl, "A iitr- l.le WPh Hoatii." A. f. Van Wfjel !'--Jin Van (loyen. "Illier Klahlnic S (n," A S Van ll ': -Pltr Itrueartiel the Elder. "Pm ant rifhiltiK." K. K Sirlnr-r j- t0e tie Moniper and l'letr llruesll'l 3d. "t,nlllleBpe With Kijiire-.' It. Hornet, ar-n!. . 1 Jon. San rif th Kldfr Mm l.inna and Child." lMward "The nnd 100 too f.:s ;s :so s;o :oo i.oso 310 .so tence (I. White. II. Iletijamln Clark and Lawrence S. Ilutler A reception followed at the home of I the bride's mother, .".to I'ark avenue, i When they return from their weddltiK trip .Mr ami Mrs, nbo-. ne will ko to SI. .Intnen for the summer. COX BUCKLEY. ie,. l.omi, .Madonna and child. II r.i!rhlmr lI..nr,li da Vlncl. "Madonna an! Child" n. K.le.-heimer .. It fliippo l.lnpl. "Madonna and Child ' tv V Seaman, aitent. )tr,er.ir. Van iter Meere. altar pane' , J Ooudard. . . . I C rar.l Van- iler Metre, altar ranel J !oudard. t Chrlttiipli Ambfrcer. "Portrait of i harl- V of liermati)". A. S. Van Wetel .... J' Plero .It Cotlmo. "M ulonnn and Child" W W. Sfamill. aint :;SMonm. "The Holy Kamlly With S.John", Kleltibtrger (lallerlep :5 Hugo Van der lioen. "FIlRht Into Kcypt". It T Oliver :i Jerom llnch. "Chrlpt With the !... -nra In the Temple". M de lirzii .... . . Jt (iortnan foluxil. "Martt rdom of s. Catherine", i:. K strlnRfr. : German nhool "I'tl-oner Il-fure an Kmp-ror". K K Sfrlnc ;joii d,' Moniper and 1'leter rui-Khel til , land-cap-- with tlnure" A S Van Wel. :-Herri Met de Itle-, "A Mountain I an.t-cape With Abraham" .-.ic-lhte of ltaac". .1 M. Wimple ! .loarhlin t I'atlnlr. "I.andicap Willi l!eprrenlJt!on of the .Vatlvlt", Metropolitan Mu- -euni Id 'tioiannl lluil-li Moroni, "for- rult of a Man". T SrJsewb w I' !.uci Cranach the l'l.lir, "Ma donna and child With s. John anl Clierubs" T Ilrummr 'i a- I'ouenln, "A Bacchanal" , W Seaman, acent s:.o :oo 1.050 l.liO i.:so so s:; 1.100 1. 100 Hi i2h 300 ::i so Mxrrlril In llrfnrini'il Chureli on llrooklyii llrtubla. Mli Marlon Dunl.ip lluchley. il.iURh ter of Mrs. John Huntap lluckley, wa marrltd to Thoma KIriss Cox, son of, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Cox of Al bany, yestmbiy afternoon In the He formed Church on Brooklyn Heights. The llev. Ir. Charles K. Ilronson of I'hllndelphl.i, an uncle of the bride, per formed the ceremony, assisted by the Itev. Kreik'tlck Shannon, pastor of the church. Ml.s lluckley. who was Riven In mar rlase by her uncle. Charles Hatnsny Jtuckley, wore a uown of atlii Irrocnile ainl silver lace. Iler cousin, Miss Isohel Ituckley, wi the niuld of honor, and the bridesmaids were MIi-h Margaret nr- noy Cutler and Miss Amy Hradlsh Johnson of Manhattan. Mls M.trguetlte I.lttle of Salem. Mas. , M,?s Josephine I Howell of Newbursli. MIh Margaret 1 Cox, a sister of the bridegroom, andi Mls M.c. Ion Itlashllcld of ll-ooltiyn They woie 130 gowns of shot pink tar 1 fetii and leghorn hats ami carried pink roses. I James W. Cox. Jr. was his brother's best man nnd serving as ushers weiel Tiaver Hrisene of Norwich. Conn..! Tristram Corfln, "Cornelius H. Kvans of Hudson, N. V . Wtnton Ci. Hossltcr of Philadelphia. Thomas 11. Anihewa nnd Henry Holt of Hrooklyn. The reception was held at Mrs. Hiick ley's home. 112 Montague street. The bride was educated nt the Misses Mas ters School nt Dobbs l'erry and Mr Cox was graduated rrom Cornell In li'll. They are to make their home In Albany. MILLER MERRITT. another? HOWARD G. GUSHING EXPIRES SUDDENLY I'ortrnit Pnintor Hail llci'ii tit Woi-k in His Studio Only n I'Vw Hours Ucforc Howard tlnrdlner rushing, the artist, riled suddenly or heart disease yester day morning nt Ills home, I'M liast Sev entieth street. Although Mr. Cushlnu hail lwon III ror some time his death was etitliely unexpected, ai be had bteit painting In his studio on the afternoon preceding the night of his death As an artist Mr. Cuxalng had achieved a wide reputation, especially as a por trait painter, ills style wan original and his ue of color brilliant. He was born In Hoston In lSfi!, the son of Hubert end Olivia Dulnny Cushltig. II" jirepated for Harvard nt flroton mid studlfil nri In the celebrated Academy .lullen, Paris. In 19m Mr. Cushlng married Ml Kthel Cochiane of Hoston. In l'JOK I"' became an associate Nntlonal Acade- inlclnn. He :ilo belonged to the Atchl teitural League nnd the Plajers Club of New York and the Tavern nnd Somer set clubs In Hfl-Min, To-morrow (Friday) Afternoon at 3 Concludin; Saturday Afternoon at the Samn Hcur At The American Art Galleries M 41)140. Htll'AHK NUI1TII By direction Tiffany A Grand Rare and of The Studios Collection ol Beautiful Old Chinese Rugs and Carpets CompilalliB their entire tnt k of these lore anil beautiful urates, .ill ol Hhlih me nf (lie til all tandard peculiar to the liiuie o( 1 he llif.im ttluillo. aim which are now no loiifer obtainable In t liloa. ON VIEW TO-DAY FROM 9 A.M. UNTIL 6 P.M. 1 be ale will he i ondiK ted by Mr. TIIOM S l Klltll V of AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers .Maillsmi Si) South. I'.ntraliie II I'., lid Mlreel, .en fork DANIEL P. T00MEY. I'nblUber lllea In or the i:t Coluiiiblail" Itrnnur lluinr. (Jn.tMiK, N .1.. April :t. -Hanlel P. Toonify, publisher of tho C'oluiubliiif, do uted to the Interests or the. Kulehts of Columbus, ami previously publisher of Joikiiiii's .1iiofi:liio In Huston, died last I lilpht lit his home, 1.13 Walnut street North, I'ast Orange, of septic poisoultm. He was born In Kenmorc, Ireland, I tlfiy-one yenrs nun and went to Hoston 'whui a child. He wos lalucnted there land learned the pilntuiK trade. He was i (i member of the Huston Common Coun- til ill lS'JO nnd 1 S3 1 and the two years fnllowitiK served In the Massachusetti I louse When Mr. Tourney moved lili plant rrom New Vork to Hobokeu seven J.':irs ;i no he went to I'ast Orange. He was a foundt r of Cast Orange Council. Knights of Columbus , member of l'ast iOtalige Lodge of Hills and of the WaMi- lngton Society of New Jersey Ills wife, who was Miss llertha .1 lliigln-n of Hoston, and rive children sutvlve. The American Art Galleries MAIHNON .HtJl AIti: Mil I II ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. To Be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale Monday & Tuesday Afternoons Next, May 1st and 2d, at 2:30 o'clock The Collection of the Chinese Connoisseur General Hwang Hsing First President of lite Chinese Republic. Antique Chinese Porcelains and Pottery, hntnicls, Jades, Snull Bottles and Rare Old Chinese Paintings. .'llliKlraled Catalogue .Mailed on Itecelpt of I'lfty CenU. 'I he sales Mill be londuited br .Mr. IIIOMt I.'. KIIIHT anil hit atilalant, Mr. Otto Iternet, of AMERICAN ART ASSOCI ATION.Managers Aladltun . Moiilli, Entrance 11 I'. '.'Jd Slreel. .New lork. 'Don't you think 1 deserve brldesmalda. attended by Caradcuc. as Dr. his best 900 l.09 BLAKEL0CK AN ACADEMICIAN. I'nitioii rainier of '"lloiiiillnlita" i:lei'li'il In I 'll 1 1 MeinliiTsblp. (irnmlilnaKhlrr nf t'npl. I. T. Mer rill Brlitr of Vrn Vork Mini. Mlas C.ladjii Merrltt. daiiKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Merrltt of Whltestone, I. 1.. and KranddauKhter of the late Capt. I. J. Mcrrljt, founder of the Merrill-Chapman WieckhiR Comp.ins. was married to Christopher lltackburn Mil ler of Central I'ark West. Manhattan. In ('.race I'plsropal Church. Whltestone, csterday afternoon by the Itev lr William Jenkins. The bride was given In marriage by her father. Halph White of Mm rlstow n. N. J.. was best man and MIh Dorothy Merrltt. a sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Two other slaters. Mrs. I'oug lass Carter of Hoston and Mrs. C. l.eroy Hetiilrlckson of Harden City, wero matrons of honor. Hazel llendrlckson A the meeting of the members nf Hie , nm dl.ul.vs Carter were tlower ulrls. The ushers wero .lonti I oritur, jonn urm, HukIi MclClroy, all of Manhattan: Will- lain Nleoll of New Windsor. N Y. . John I. Merrltt of Carden City and Major I.. White of Morristown. Nntlonal Ac.i(lim of lleslsn yesttrdaj. Ili'.idi I.lakelock. the famous painter of "lm ichts." who Is now confined In the M.ddleiown State Hospital for the Inane, was elected an academician. Mr. lliikolovK had been made an associate alcmieluti several jears ago. Two other new academicians were f,' 1 I'.iul Manshlp. the well known f ii.'itur, ami Arnold W. Hriinner. the Mniiriaril t teet i , The folliuvlnr; olllcers of the academv i r reek- ted for a term of a ear. .1. Mil . Uelr, pieIdent , Howard Itus.-ell Hut If v iii'. president , Harr.v W. Wai oui. correspondins secretar , diaries C Curran. recording .secretary. IV in ,h C Jones, treasurer. K.i v Palncerflcld anil UouBlass Volk ere cho.-en members of the council of dlreiturs, inch for a term of three years. WARING MARSH. Oil Director Ueila Willi Minplr t'r rriiimi l'i vivmi.ti. N .1 April l!"" In the presence of the numbers of the two lin Hills of Savannah. d Caradeue was brother, Achilles de man. Uut of town guests Included the bride's sister and brother. Mrs. Charle" Doollttle. Spent rr Owens Shotter. I'ren- ville Wlnthrop. the Misses Kate and Hmlly Wlnthrop and Mis. John Adams Din of New Yoik MISS LAURA GHANLER TO WED L. G. WHITE SMITH BUEL. Itet'i'iHloii hi Cosmopolitan I luh l'ol lot a t'hiireh Wrtlillliai. Mi Iteatrlx Ituel. daughter of Mr IICMCIIllllllt of .flll II .llU'llll A tor Kniriiiri'il to Stmifonl Vliiti's Son. Ml. and Mis Wlnthrop Challlet of this city and Washington Htinounced ester- day the etigagement of their dauihter, M.s Laura Ct'.mler. to Lawrence (i. White, onlv sor. nf the late Sitnfoidl , FIGHT ON FOR DODGE ESTATE. j l.o.l Will lira I'll .".I1II.IMH l.efl I li lirnernl. ii.Mtiu. April SI The sum of JJ00. pun. ltft by (len ilrenvllle M. Dodge as a trut fund for his wife ami daughters. Is in dispute here because an old wll made by lien. Dodge In U90 has disap peared and cinnot be located. Mr. Dodge and .Miss Anna Dodge live In New York city lien. Dodge's estate was valued at up ward nf J 1,000.000. The missing will gave disposition of a fund known as the 'Morgan-Jones truM fund, and because of tt !" adjudication miwt be made hy the tiurt The cae wei t to the coii-l lo-d.i.v A milltarj academy at North Mel I, Vt . alo i il. elestid 111 the fund LEAVES $650,000 TO CHARITY. VI U. Vlurlbo II. iiriren Vlnile I'rl Vllte llrqueala of Unit IflllMI.IMHI. The. will of M ss Martha II Andrew. and Mrs Claience C Unci, was martled to Henry C Smith esterday afternoon In the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas l the lev Malcolm Mclwnd, pastor nf the church .... I..l.l .. nll....l In fl.n nlluC ..111. I 1 1 1 in inr tnm,M, ... .i- ....... ....... ...... her father She won" a kowIi of white " nl"' taffuta embrolilercd with sliver mid crjs- M's Chai.ler l an necoinpli-hi-d artist tills, the ttaln beliiK of tulle, in wasj,,,,,! nrr sciilptuies and drawings from, also the veil, Mis Hubert It. M. Km-1 ,f(, W(r ,hi)Wh (t .mnidtion h. Id In1 met. the matton of honor, wore n gown I ... ...i.l .... NiiR'nnrl lun t.tra 1,111 sh I1.1S also or pale uiuu taneia wun u.ii .0 n.r . , . . lUu(.n,er f tn.. i,. Henrv Andrew, who spoinl. nnd there wan a llower gin, .nude poiirails of Airs Artnuiiiu j rtl on Cebruarv .', iasl -it ., l" rifth Victoria Hurt, ounKest ulster of th I .revatider. M-s Henrv Wise Miller. Mls ..,.... ,.f ., n esi.i'e of I'son .1011 j IMIth Den, 'on and Mrs W.lliam 12. (ilyn.i In iiersonal piupen ,md ll.1O.nu1) m 1e.1l ' M!s Chanter H a de-cend.iut of the first 1 estate, of which all except $::iin.iinn goes ' J hn J.Ku; A.-tor 1 to charities. Miss ndrew ilb-.l at the I .Mr White was graduated from llar-'i'l'o of srt and her only relatives weie , van! Cnlvetslty lu H'OS .md he wa a! three cousins. I student of architecture at the l.cole des 1 Ml" Andrew left J..J ono each to the Heaux Arts In I'aris for some vears He, N',nv Vork allJ -'.tncer Hospital, the I waa Joined In l'an bv hl mother, who V VV C V. V M. C A Children' .lived there evl ral ve.ns When he re-' "! Societv. sso.-at:on for Impiov.ng M -s Antsi tiettrude Ilarvej, tluuribtcr turned 10 New York from his Mudies he !!l' ''our'ulnn "' 'h" ',nor Hoard of of lleibert S. Harvey, formerly Shei iff ! el, ,,.,,., ,1,,, mm f M, ,m M,.,d .v.- I'ori lirn md Hoard of Home Missions of of Aniens, was married .vesterday tnj white. ,,f which firm his father wa a ,'"' 1 e-livterlan 1 htireli. lukegee Nor. oi.ii iiisiuuie anil n.tiopi'Jii .orii:ai too bride iletirge K. Denny acted as best man. anil the ushers were John Slonne, Cor don M. Maynird. Theodore Slelnway and Thomas Hurl, a brother of the bride A irceptlon followed at the Cosmopoli tan Club. Telrrmut Han r . I'lilrninn CSiiulcl. Mls I2!izabeth Bache Gould, riauuhter ! Mr. .uid Mrs. William Saltonstall t'rojld was married to Mc.Mlster Cole tnat last evening at the home of her lmrcnis. It) Weft Seventy-llfth street, ki t ie isev Arthur 11. Judge, lector ol M.nt'iew s Church. Tho bride wore g nu of white Georgette crepe I'm 1 led with point lace and a veil of ro t ir The gown was Mulshed with on fain of cloth of silver anil ' e .,',n The brldwmalds were Miss '.1.1 iv s (iould. Miss Harriet W. M :y mil Miss I'rances KmerHon Cole nidn w'i . weie dtessed alike ill costumes ' ..ilor and pale bine chiffon and trilf't.1 Ansiiu Neftel acted as best ii- There were no llsheis. Mr. ami "Unnin will icslde 111 the Wash Sipiare district .M li.,' M mediate families Mrs. Maty Catherine Marnli wns married to Orville T. Waring at noon to-day at the home of the bride on Wet Klghth street. The Itev. Di. J, S. Zelie. pastor of the Crescent Ave nue I'resbyterlan Church, officiated. The iiuptlulH were marked by extreme simplicity. The guests comprised the chlltlren of the bridegroom nnd the bride's sinter. Mrs. Henry 12. lireenc or Amsterdam, N. V., and the latter' son. Cud Henry K. !reene, V, S, A. The bride Is the widow of Craig Adams Marsh, who for more than twenty years was Corporation Counsel of I'lalulield and one of New Jersey's leading Ian vers. I'pon IiIh ilcalh Mr. Waring was made executor of his estate, which he has con tinued In admlnliter Mr. Waring It a director of the Stand ard OH Company nf New Jersey, prcsl dent of the I'lalnfleld Trust Company anil a member of several clubs Ho la about "0 years old, while Ills wife Is a few yearn hi Junior Hoth families have been prominent In the business nnd so o!a! life nf I'lalnlleld for many years. Aithuv Huliett Tetreault of Northauip-1 hading member ion. -Mass. The cvretnou was perfnimed x ,.,,,. la i.cn lnrniioned for the m St Michael's Church, Klushlng. hy ( wt-iltliitK. Mgr K. J. Dminelly. who celebiated imp- Mr r Mr,t wtltl.iin (i Chavv of 110 tlal mass. Miss Mabel Halley Hatve, I ivet!.de Drive hav e anumiti. ed the en slstei'or the bride, was bridesmaid and ..,,K,.,i (,f melr daughter Mlsn M. hired I'rnest Tetreault, brother or the bride groom, wim best man A reception fol lowed at the home of the bride's parents, ll'l State street, Klushlng, which was attended by more than HOO lelatlves and friends HACKETT DEMAREST. w 1. ts M 1 1 II Kminn 'I'i'iiiila I'lnjee Vlnr- rlril In ( nlleulnte Chiirrh. The wedding of Miss Maude Adams Deniiiest and Harold II Hackett fook place yesterdav 111 the Collegiate Church of St. Nlcholat. the He Dr Malcolm Mcl-end, pastor of the church, officiating l'l iinor tlleiulorf. Madeleine Otcndoi f, daughter of . o Mrs Chailes tl Oleiidnrr. was i. to Williain I.. (.'Conor yester- hi, m in Holy Trinity Church. I.il attendants were Mrs. William M.s licoi'ge .M. O Neil, me, lalna Olcndorf. Madeleliio I M.i gatet Uannliig, Dorothy ( j,M.. r.i,-,tvos and a rrw Intimate rrlemls -1 l.oretm Mulhall and Theodorn ' present ror the l ercnioiiv The I" .liiM-ph M'Conor, lu oilier or ,,.,,. .... i.cn ,,.. i,v her brother. OeorKe 1". Demurest, woie a 1 travelling costume tf white charmeuse . and chlflon with a hat to correspond. ' Their were no bridal atlondnn's l.iuiie 1 dialilv after the ceiemuin theie was a wedding brraltfaM at the M Itegls Mi. Hackett Is a well known tennis placr. Willi F U. Alexander ho won the national ilowoles chainploiishlp of thii I'tnled Slates 111 11107 and Hie tlireo following yeai, and h has won tho Metropolitan championship and the New York State championship. He was cap tain of the Davis cup team which cap tured the ttophy at Wimbledon, lain dull. In DOS ' , , Mr llackolt's llrst wife obtained a divorce In Iteim, Nev , In 1911 on 11. was his Pest marl. 1 lie i. N11 aulas N. Mcyxnrr. Mau lliig'i C.mrtlie. Althin .Me 1 S ui'onor, William Slmler M (i Nell. A wedding break ,.. Pi Hie music loom of the l.onrll Wlnalnrr. Hoston. April :e.Mlss Chailotte Winslow and l.leut. S. Ixiwrll, I' S, N., ot the battleship New York, were tn.ii -rled by the Kev Alexander Mann In Trinity Church this noon. Tho bride Is a daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Arihui Winslow of this city and a niece of Hear Admiral Cameron Moll. Winslow. l.leut Lowell is a son of Hie late Hobert T. S. Iiwell The maid of honor was Miss Sarah Winslow, a sister of the bride, and the best man was l.leut. Hufus Klnt; of Washington The ushers weir l.ients Itncllffe. Crosby, Conifoit and Ithndes, all shipmates of the bridegroom. grl. ultnral Institute The Y M also takes nne-tlfili of thn relduatv es tate, the other it-siilu.tiy legatees being !he mortc,ni llibte S01 iet, xmei'lcin Sunda.v School I'rilon, St Luke's llo. pital and American Female (luiirdlau Society The will gives HS.nftn each to the Or pliun Asylum of the City of New York, New York Institution for the IMuratlon of the llllnd, 1'rosliyterlau Home fo Aged Women. Home for Incurables. Hahnemann Hospital, llerea College, -rt,i V,,rlr fit.. Illaulnn Unnlnfo V... Shaw, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank 'yo'rk l-rotestant Hplsco'pal Mission' So Lllsworth Shaw to hrcileric t harles cMy T)l. Soi.e,j fl)r ,hP luM ,,f Howtnan of lmdnn. Ontario, will take i,.,,i,,,i ini,i , ti-.nnn ,. 1,.. place at the home of her purnK I3S ,.e.,B f ,). of the decedent's Convent avenue, on Saturday evening ami JIO.OOO went to ihe Ainerl- Miss Shaw was graduated from Harnard I r.,. i..ii in 1 n'.s I'rletiil Socleli lirlttaln Chave, to Frederick lle.'kmau Mccracken of Newark. N J Mr Mc rracken Is riesce'idant of the Heekm.in family of Now York. He was graduated from Princeton L'nlverslty and Is a mem ber of the Society of Colonial Wars In New Jersey. The wedding of Mis Kthel Lord NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tie members of Suuadlon A held their .1111111.1 .spring d.iiicu last night at Shu rv s Mis Miiil.t'ii 11. Sage, who passed I i w.nte' at Aiken. S 1.'.. Is al the St Hc-iis l.efoie nttltnlug to Albany M and Mis (leorge D Cioss h.ive i K--i their house at S West Fifty-second street and have puif to Hernards Vl.le. N J Miss I,. a is will give a theatre p.tlty, fodowed by a supper and a dame, at Sherry's to-night for som.. of the d. bu t.iiites of the wmter Ms Lluabeth llrowei Wood, who will be 111.11 to il to John 1' Pi-Hi r of Halllmoie on Saturdav. will give a luncheon for her hridt sinaids toda The Harmless Huard will give ,1 talk tl s afternoon on "The Women ot Fiance and the War" at tin- mct'.ng of the Sp. 1 t.il Aid Socltt.v at Its hcaditu.irters. ..'.J Fifth aveniif A concert for the bntlt of the Itap- list II01111 for tile Aged Will he given bv toe Sv mphony Club of New York on the afternoon of May r. at the home, 110 Hast Slxtv-flghth stie,. In St Thomas's Church this afternoon Mi-is Ituth Douglas, daughter of Mr ..: d Mis William 11 Douglas, will he lil.it'Ie'l to Howard Plimnnir A itctp. 1 m vv.ll f 'How at the St. Hegis. . To. wcildiug of Miss Madeleine Ash .tell daughter of Mr? William C. Ann-1 well, to Dudb y II llairows of I'la.ntb Id, I N .1, will t.i K placn this aftirnoon in the Chinch of the Iknvenlv I'est. Miss Katnai'llie It Schi rrnei horn, adopii-d daughtei of Mr. and Mrs .1 Mans Siiieiuii'ihorn of tills city, will be 111. lined to Maur.in S. pear.-' of I'r.vi- il. 11. e. Ii I . to-day in the village chureli. K.ngston It 1. Miss In nc Laiighiii'iie liibson. daugh ter of Mr ami Mrs Charhs Dma lib hui. will be married to Horse It. Post, Jr. this atteirioon in St Bartholomew ' Church A reieptlon will follow at the home of the In lib 's pal nits. 1-7 Hast Seventy -third street. Miss Marga'et Wilson, daughter of Piesidint Wilson, will sins at a musii.tle I., ho g ten at the Coterie Club, f West Fifty -eighth sinet, on the evenoig of May I ."".ii- will sng the same group of s. ii.,is which she i" to sing at the open UM of the May festival .11 Detio.t A daiae will be g.ven 10-iiiglit .it tre Hole) Pljza for the beiietll of Hclglan orphaiis There will be exhlbilluu dan cing and debutantes will e!l tloweis and programmes. Among ihe patronesses aie Mrs i: llcnry llairlmaii. Mrs Ilrnest 11. Adee. Mis. Paul D. Crav.ttli. Mrs IMmuiiil L. Hay Iks, Mrs S' th Low and Mrs Plerie Mall Harvey (iraham. who will marry Miss Francis Henry, daughter of -Mr. and Mr. Howard H. Henry. In St. Hattholo- tnew's Church on .May 1, g ive 111s rare-1 well bachelot illnner last night at GEORGE H. ST0CKBRIDGE. I.n titer nml I'lirl n WorUloit on llpern ''rlclllii." her life She was one oftthe oldest mem bets or tho llrouklyu Institute of Atta ntil Scien. es V. te, Mrs. Ilulda l.lss in r two brothels. t ailes S, Furst of Manhattan and Michel Furst of llrook- cieoige Heriieil Stockbrldge. Taw yer 1 1. survive hei. ,mU p"t. d:td Jtsteflay at the New ( Vork Mull al cilege llo.-pnal. follow-, tillierl II. W'heni. ing an operation lit- was connected for ; ;.., 11 Whe.it. inanniTiiii- riirector of tne Slawson.Dtcker Milk Company. niuii than twent; ye.n with tn- vvim- lnglioil.-e and (Xioper Hewitt electlic to.iipanlis. and fur many yeais war puii- . ipal exainliiei 111 tlm elei..rlcal division of the I 'illicit Stater Patent Off..- Mi Stockbtldge was .i.rn m Mim.o. Me , Ddemb.r !;, Ix.M. or old New Hug 'and stock, lie was uliiialed at Hates I'oliegi. .lohiis Hopkins I'mveisity and lie I'nlVi lrlt of l.eip.ig. AftclWald he was insliuitor in Latin al Aniln-ist .1:. il Johns Hopkins lb wrote many iH.eins, coiitillnitii g to magazines, and in bid published .1 lunik of slimt vn-e lllldir the title "H.lMei. tile Poet At the time of his death lie was working 0:1 an upera lie nillnl "Prls, Ilia." .Ml. Stockbrldge have, a widow, who was .Mi-s Louise von ItodciiMein ot Washington, and a daughter. Miss In thy Stockbi nlgi . died suddenly of hem iIIscimi yesterday at Fifty -t-cvei th atteet and 12'iovcnth avenue. M; Wheat wa. horn III I'den ville, N Y. tital Was It', years old. Ills home was a' I'll West Ninety-llrst street. 11,. i survived bv a wife and u sun, Itobtit. Mrs. Vimle lint hi Held. ilviiiLON, Apill SB. Mrs Angle David Held, 7T years old widow of John H. Held, County Judge, died In her home heir to-day. She .s survived by one il.tughur and uin- son ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. .Iiillll X. I'HIIell. Miiriliutniii Mr s.nigerile- N. y l.iii.lgi - II li ain,ehi;i. Detmlt I'nn -e itrcrise nlH.r I 11.11 r II M1' l.T! k I I' II suphens .-', 1 tot Mi nn.l I'm. .Mi imd VI 1. in g - Mi ..lei no I M11- T I' l.'i-hor, Cttirvno, Virll 1" -John V Patten. p.esdent of the Cliattatio. ; . Midi. Ine Coinpauv of I'liattaiioiva. Term dltd to- 1l.1v in a local hrplt.il. He had been I beic f"r -evetal days awaiting ni.il of his suit against tl'.' American Medical ..... .. .. - ,.1 1 it I I,. f..,,e ,.il .s-OCliUI01l lOr UOei ,.11,-n 111. ,,'!, .... v...,i-i.,i or the ass, .itlon printed an irt cle al- , n,...,.n , leglug that Ills chief piuilin . was a un-1 sum Hi tram containing a large pefentage of ! v an.ierii.lt Mi i...,),,,! .111,1 tli.it r.il-.. claim- weie made. i).rf'' ..Maii.lmw.ei, fur It he began suit lie was prom inently as-oi la't'd with the Methodist Church In Chattanooga ami tin- publi cation of the article caused such a stir that Mr Patten severed hi connection with the liimili 11... .1 Mrs II hi k 1 v 1 rl. Seit(i 1 I'll l.l III , Spokane slit Mia. v v l.onel), iirne Ittlph t'lirroll XI mire, v., sums. N Apt I . - M.ote. I2.i.''rn sale- manager l.eaich i.'o.tl and Navvation Company ut 111 l.ibtiiy sttetl. Manli.itl-m and a .ml evpetl of uatioia. reput..ilon, dir.! of pneunii" 1,1 it his '..inc. f Odell ave nue, to-day after an CI'im ,.f fom days Mi Moore was coin u ih's i.tv f-olv-six yea-s ago. He w is a ine'tlber of t 1. Ih.iiuvid Club in New Yoik and the Hudson Itiver fountrv Clu' In Yonkeis His wife, who was Mis Anna I l.u rliii.111, and iwo finn and a ilaugnler etirvlve. 11 n I Mr- vv I. 1 . !.,. . 1. I'tilhub'iphlti . Mc.Vlplli- A I'.eiel.mil lllliei- I l-r 1 lindrigurt. ll.iv.iii.i Mr I. A. Furtln 1,'uel.e. ltro.iil,t,i I'enlril I. 1: H.. , 1 . I re.le r 11 K I'.i , nr. I. Melh , 11 rat tie. Km iititi4,.,i I l.olhmil- Mr unit M- H. Ifli.o Clnelll. Inileli.i, H.i.v , Mr ,in.l Mrs 1 Ii . r, Hon 1.1ns I'uirke 1 lnrtf.T I . Mr al, 1 .Mrs Miles Cm ml. j S Hibllt. I'hil.il.ipli!.! uf the Lorraine- Mrs 11 11 r ,1s- ,mi .'iiu i t uiirr, Minern. v ytr nnd -Mrs John l Uinersi'ti, TUu-vi ie, I'n VV , ntl -Mi- A.evn.lei Hnunn una .vtis 'uthrrlne llr.i'in v iih.ini,.,ii . Mn Wliibnii nnd Mt Ksthtr p. Irl k. lUltl more. anilerlil'l- Vlr nnd Mr. 1 liar 1. Mnr can. Nop. 1. 1 Mis Un, 1 lira,, MeLlm. fuveilo ixuk. Mr hiiI Sin s k Nfftnr -i .111 roronto. Ijuvtreiice. 3IA1IKIED. Xllsa Sarsli I'lirsl. Miss Sirah Furst, f.5 years old. whose home for the past twenty years had been In the old Clallln mansion at So Pierre-1 pout street. Itrooklyn, dlet on Tuesday 1 from heart trouble at the Hoosovelt llos-. ,iltal She was a daughter nf the late 1 Solomon Furst nnd lived in P.iooklyn all Id- ,pi 1,11 noon llner. , Doioiby Mater, daughter VI 1 VV 1II1, mi F. C. Mayer of nt. Hrooklyn, and PaulHaii- 1 Mr and Mm, M II. Claniiori N II , were married enter iioiiiu of the bllde, the llev. ..!, ,1, jinctor of the Dona, we. ' huiih of Flatbueh, otllclatliiK. eddlng was a very quiet one, only and very Intimate friends, be en nl The cuuplo will makii their 'i Hast 1 1 range. id 1 T,. t Pttra. Ilnrlrrll Hull. i.. ! Hull, daughtei' of Mr and .s I, Hull of New 111 K was inar ' 1 teniiig In ( 'li ill 011 II. Hartzell, '1 I1t W. II. Ilai tseell of Wh i' nt tho home of tho bride's. M isrei Cornell, '.'73 West li ril s rcet Miss Marie Tan' of rveil as bridesmaid and lb" unit her. Arthur 12. Hat lell man. A ii'coplloii followed in in v After 11 Hhoit wedding couple will make Ihelr home Hurl hurt 4'bHimnn. Miss Amy Hudd Chuplllall, daughtei of Mr and Mrs, Isaac K. Chapinau, was man leil to Hussell lilulr Hurlhurt, son ot tho llev. and Mrs. Hollo K Hurlbur. In si eveultiK lu the Millwood (.'luh, Flat bush. The bridegroom's father oMlcl tiled. Tli brldo was attended by her sister, Miss Kthel Chapman ; Mrs. Charles T Norton nnd Miss l2IUabeth Wilson. The bridegroom's attendants:, inemboiH of hli class of 1910 ut Cornell werxi Malcolm Sleight Jones of Hoston best 1nn.11; C Lee Follmer or Niagara I'atls, lvvls v' Pitcher. Arlo Wilson and Claik .1. Lawrence, ushers. and her dance, who Is a son of Prof. James How man. was graduitcd from 1 VUtoi.a College, Toronto, m linn! Mr and Mrs. A M. Capon of llionx-' vllle, ,N li , have nnnnunced the engage ment of their daughter. Miss (Jladys Capen. lo Dr. Nathaniel Mills, son of Jus tier Mills of Mount Vernon, N Y No date has luen set for the wedding The engagement of Miss Maijorle Ten Hioick. daughter of Mi nnd Mis Chatles W. Ten Hroeck of Oiange. N. I .1 . to Kenneth Wright Williams f .;.i,t I 1 be t meed. 'a " of DE CARADEUC SHOTTER. rx Vnrkrra Atlenil Wntillim In Siivniiiinti. Svv.vns'.vii. ia.. Mull "' Miss Mary Lansing Sliotler. youngcei duughlcr of Spencer Proudfoot Sholler, former chair man of the board of dlreclors of the de fund American Naval Stores Company, was inairltd this afternoon to Dr. Ht. .lullen Itnoill de Carndeuc The cerr inonv was pei formed by the llev. Father Joseph D. Mitchell, The brhlo waa attfiidul hy Miss Lmlljr Wlntluop of New York, maid of honor, and the lilaiei June Metdrlm and Helen Morn Penhodj . The wedding of Mrs. Mary Miller Pea body, daughter of Ororijn Walbrldge Mil ler, to A. Ilene Moni of this city, took place yeslenlny afternoon in Ihe choir of St Thoma'H Church In the presence of a small company of relatives and friends, Ihe Itev. Dr I2rnrst M Sllres, rector of tho church, offlclallnn. The btlde, who was given away hy hei father, whs unattended. Lewis Hrown linwiry acted ru beU man. Tiis cr.giugc moni wns announced a few days ago. Mrs Moon was the widow of Itlchard A, Pcabody. Orange has been niinouiiced. Announcement wim made vosterday of the engagement of MNi Thelnia 12. Ilerllage, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. II. Heritage of I'lalnfleld, N. J , to Fred erick W Ducmler, son of Mr and Mts, Frank Iniemlcr of Philadelphia The n eddlng will take place In June Mr mid Mrs iliorxje II Wean of Pail; avenue, Plaimleld, N .1. have an nounced the engagement of their daugh ter, Mlyw Ituth Isabel Wean, to Sydney Howell Kerr of Haltlmore Miss Wean Is physical dliector at the Plilnlleld lllgu School. The wedding will tnke place In the fall. Former Mnyor and Mrs Hymn M. Iluylcr of Tenafly, N. J , have nntinumeil the engagement of their daughter. Mla Marjorle lluyler, to Shepherd Calvin Fleet of Duinont, N. J. New purl Collnue l.eiiscd. De lllols Kldtldge have leased for Pi of llnpliael Puinpelly his cntt.iKr In (ilbhs avenue, Newport, II, I., to Plerie Hartley of Tuxeiio, N. tor tne coining summer. Maker -lietrnlfr. Nkwioiit, April 2f. Miss Conslaneo North Mdcalfe, daughter of Capt. ntol Mis. John Metcalfe of Ban Francisco, and ICnslun Wilder Dupuy llakcr, II, H. N attnehed to (he Dubunuo, were mar ried late this afternoon at the naval training station, Miss Melentfe him hern IhiiiB hero with her brolhcr-lii-law nnd sister, Humeon nnd Mrs. John H. Kaiifniaii, IJ. S. N, The ceremony wan performed hy the llev. Kdwnrtl Lului Reed of Kmmanuel F.pUcopul Church. The bridegroom had a hm best rm'.n Kn slin Kdmund W. Burrouf b. In Xeir 1 urk 'I'li-dny. Hotel Ilreilln, The relatives, Cleveland 1 llentou. Ixc.iisa Heiitnn and Susanna F F Hen ton. got SaO.OOO each, and three friends, Chillies, Andiew and Hdwaid S l.lme buiger. also received l.'fl.Oon each VAN NESS ESTATE ONLY $7,324. I'riiperlv Trnnsferrril lu Wlfr lle lore llcnlli Worth rtllllll.llllll. The transfer fix appraisal of the e- Cornellus H Van Ness shows . that at the time nf Ills death, on June :.. Hill, he hail a totnl estate of unit $7 It'll lb- had tratisfirred property worth about JrtOO.OOO to his voting thin1 wife, Mrs. Alice Wood Van Ness, shortly 1 before his death. The esinte was in 1U. ; gallon for four years as the result of a suit by hells at law tn set aside the 1 transfers on the ground nf undue lu- lluence A compromise was effected be which vai tons sums were paid to the belts ami the widow retained about ,'iiii,iniii Van Ness willed bl entire estate lo his widow, ciittlnir off his daughter, hip the will was denied prnhate hy Surmgak Fowlei and the estito was dlslrlhute I lo his widow and Alice Van Ness Par sons. Ills daughter by Ills llrt wife, as If he had died lntpit.nr. The expenses of the will contest mummied to $4,111, leaving a net estate of only H,9,i, ol which the widow got one-third and tln daughter two-thlrds The largest asset In the estnte was leeched from the es tat nf Ills second wife, ICuiina Louise Van rr front whom lie Inherited IjU fortune WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Jr. and t 7:13 itlnhrr, Hotel Cmiiiio flub, dinner, 1'. M. Mrlhndlat Social Piilen Hill more. Ainerlci.ii I'lititlshers Association, dltinei, llolel Waldorf, National Academy of Design, dinner, Delmonlto's, 7 ;J0 1'. M Travel Club, dinner. Keens, 10J Went Forty-fourth street, 7 I. M. Iboiioinle Psychology AssocUUnn, mspi lug, Schernierhorn llxll, Coiiiinblii, 8 p yi Dinner to Police ('oinnilMlonrr Womli by Rut Side cittern. Clinton Hull, 7:30 P. U, Nstlonsl Metel Trsdes Aoetlnn. rnn ventton, Hotel Aitor, I I'. !., dinner, T P. U, MltS, S Villi; llOM.Vtl, who died en Sp. leather 17, 1 J 1 3 . left nn estate of i;,iin. She was the wifs nf l.en c PtsHir. n law. jsr, lo whom she willed a life Interest lu 1311, HIP and the remnlniler nf the estate to her iliinnhtrre. Amy C Drmar mid t'on stsnrr N, SptrcPlbrrK. THE SEAGOERS, Ssilint In dajr bv lbs RcailillnarUn Amerli an liner llelllir Olav for Chrlitlamand and Cnprn hnren' Mr. nd Mrs H V John J Ktlly llnfe, Nle ! l.arsen John Daniel Krned J. Rnmmer Mm. Kmnit Deitlnn Clarence B. Tiaher. rneil O, JackbMD. Sherry s. Among his guests weie ward Shippep. Anthony .1. Diextl. Jay (iould. M Lo Hoy Whitney iicorge Macculloi h Miller, .li. A group of y niiiig peopb gate "H.irvcsi Dance of tne llraves mid Mu llens at the Woodcraft livening of tae W Iciafi League at the t'olopv Cud I last ii gut Those Inking p.ut. lr, s-ni n costumes fashioned after the Indian , sivle. included Ilrnest Thompson Set m. .Mrs MacPimal Shendau. Hohcii li.gcr- soil ltrovvn. the Misses Mniteleliio Dab'- 1 men. I'.leanor M Hreen. I2uilly Stevens Frances Judson, Frances Si r.ttchley . I.a Ingersoll Blown. Ituth Havdon, F.i tti ( llnvden nnd Hosalle Illoodgood, David . 11 Crockett, Chanil.er Hates, Llndell T Hates. J. Flavell Iliibbard. W Trumbull Tlmiiias, Andtcw Lord and (leorge Muin rotd Watts. A sale of articles suitable for countiv houses was held yesterday afternoon at t the home of Mrs J Woodwind Hitven, IS Hast Seventy-ninth street, by inein beis of the St Christopher (luil.l, for U'e henetlt of St Mary's Free Hospital lor Children Smoiig the a lllclcs oil sale were gaideu aprons and hats, work bags, shoe trees, bedspreads mid hat M.iml Among those taking part wen Mis W Watuer Hopplu, Jr., who had iharge of a , lilldren's "Preparedness Ten''. Mrs It Ludlow Fowler, Jr, Mrs Lewis Munis, Mrs. L. Cass Ledvaid. Jr. Mrs. Iluntliigloii Norton, Mis (leoige P Caminanri. Mrs. Henry P. llogeis and the Misses Hepee D 1 latitev ille. Adl lenne Iselln, Kale Haven, Helen Hives, Lennor Lawtence, Oeorg'a Applelon Louise Munroe and Leslie Minim daipe for the benedl of lliarlein House formerly known as nn Home H.u den Settlement, was held lust night nl Sheiry's This settlement housn Is In Hast I Kith street, the Italian section, and a dance for Ha benefit has been for several yeara a feature of Faster week , For those who did not caie to dance there wcto bridge tables and supper W;i.t scivcd In tht' main restaur. ml after m n night Frantzcn's Orchestra p.aynl for dancing Among the member of the Comni.ttee were Mis, J. Ilorton IJams, the Misses Julia (lllbert. b'tances Hiker, F.llabelh Howard, Pntlllne Hacon, Ilopi' Williams, Conslaneo Peabody. Kthel t Simmons, Mury Haskell and Adrlonne Iselln Some of those on the floor com- i niltlee weie Arthur M Pil Hols. John atnn I. Hrdmnnd, J. Ilorton IJams, Oliver 1 Wiigstaff, Harry C, Gushing 3d, Murray Hoffman I.lvlngaton. U Hhort, Fahya Cook and Frederick W. Kobbe, NOW ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION Chinese Works of Art Inipoi taut nlleellon nl the l.lle Captain Enoch Berry of San Francis! n Including Cltineae Textiles, Jewelry, Screens, Mirrors, Jadra, Porcrlnins, Lacquer. Knnmrls, nnd Corvine, and very impor tant Collection from oilier Consignor of Chinese Paintings and Rugs and old Silver and Sheffield Plate To be Sold without Reatric tion on the Afternoon of Thurtdny, l:ridny, and Satur day, May 4, 5, and fi. COLllM V.N (inl'l.ti v ih irtiilfnce l ills hridr'a pireriis bt iris s Arthur II. Juil on Wednesday, April :, lOls, r'llzatieth llaelie (iould dniighlsr of Mr nnd Mr. Wllllim Saltonstall (Iould, to McAllrler Coleman. IIK(5i:i.i:il-C(iNNi;TT r .. p.rk v.. nii on vprll : Mrs IkhiNii Shrwood llrgeler of Xfw York to Albert N. I'oiinrti Jr moii.v pi: vnonv - on April :. uu, Mary Ml'ler I'raMolv. duslitr of (leorRs V iill rl.ti!- Ml Ifr 1. i , m A ltsn ,Vlo.. lit Ih- lt. lr ;uiet M S'l-ei. ut Pu l'liunui Cbui'h, New V o'. t .I) I'tT MOO in: :i iip.. st i: 'zslrih, N" Miioie lo Ilr Summit. .N .1 nn Vt rdneail-.. April lis VV n Jrr.i)- strt, .1 Carolina MDonlii Thomva l'f i k Prout of Autograph Collection of the late Howard K. Sanderson nf Hoston it Ii one rxcrpl ion a complrtr Set of the Siiners of the Declara tion. Hundred of valuahle Let ters liy Amriii.Mii Soldiela, Statesmen, and Author. Letter by all the Colonial and State Governor of MnsrachusetU, and other Brt raritie. includ inn Letter of the higheat im portance by Ceorce Waahini; ton. To be Sold on the After noon! of May 1, 2, and 3. Snles are held at 7iiu and ftitA o'clock, t'alalniniet frrr In llllendlnc hujeri. Anderson Galleries Mdlon liuorporled Avrnii at 10th hi,, 1)1 FD. Ot'SIUV'i Or U'liirsdnj, Aj'Mi Si, lt, hi i fMilfnif z ;a( f.Mn. i(rth niffi nvv Vor cit. HnAn1 Mrtilnr t uJvt Pun. Ml HMtrf ut th tint.r rn Thura iS April nt 3 p M l.Il.t.T - t oh ii nt hi ho'iie 4 II i tiro l.mnl'f r 'U. s i t if i t,n p- nt 1A 30 V M Hf.rn f y " MM Pjtlff tl p' r MOOItK HmMm'v nf Vonixf on Mao'c, .nn nf thr lnt ThrttiMi Mnrir ('in rr nni'r nt hN 'it - icti i i I! .nfniif, Vnti,r- oi 1 i aftr nmin : o i ht. K pr.swr- MAmip' 3cii . : f Tin riNi;it.M. rurrtt'H :r v-t nt t hi t n' rft i Kr.tnU I- iimi (fll Hut (llnir. Th'irnii tno'r, n 1 o i-'.ni'U SY1 It- iii'11rp on pil '4 1 hll rr-Miiriii , ti t m -h"! if nvfnuf Sun YtrK l.-lm nnl ," a .i r, niin f th '.it N i M mi M t 'ane Snr Surr nnl h -tvLi ti.inh.ini of Mary IMtK fyft in tn- niiiv ctiMnl i of hU rnnrol prlvit STOOKHHIIx.i; "n Vp't ?fi M for 11 a-it'irkhriilcrt ,t hlH 'a reMinc, 809 nt 1 ?tt ttrl. tmM ti ifHri l'linn-nl pvt r n U '.a'-t rii Irnc, l!'t tr-ft np riltiay nt 1 1 A M. Wnnhlnirton. I WBlTMNd A CVi on TuMilny. Apt hftnri nf of runrl prnavr . p.ipfrji pVufr. Ctpy ff Point New York. M mip V Vltlln. o .en rtmTrn. PMIIMM xrii. j. . i.