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0ss Littleton
Gives Luncheon
r D.JilTsJc
lOr DriCieSfflUlUS
Tr l..l.lti. T. fo
irr.COrnCIlUS t llliuuium, tn. a,
n 1-....J..P linnnn fmi
Bridal Tarty TO-iugiu.
viss Uachol Littleton, who wilt bo
..Jriod to Mr. Cornelius Vanderblit. Jr.,
n,arn im, tn Iim-
on .prll 25. cavo n luncheon for her
trl.lcsmalds yesterday at the home of
hrotlier. Mr. Martin W. Littleton,
ill rait Kifly-novunth street.
Tho partv included tho Mlssei Mlnnlo
tin iiton nico Vandorbllt,' Kathorlno
vi kay ' Helen Mornn and Adelaide
? imi,.ii. Miss Katharine Templo
reoKli another of the bridesmaids, will
.Vl.c'fron. Europe soon. !
Mr, i.urui.iiu ..,.-, ,. v.
nf'tho ui-h'-rs, will Klvo a dinner nnd
" ,11 (ianr' for tho bridal party this
ivenlne at the homo of his father, Mr.
X Suff.'rn Taller, 11 East Sixty-first
itrn t
s the Bride of Mr. Lindsay
MacK. Goodeve.
In Dru-o rinirrh yesterday afternoon
Ml I.illUn Sutherland Grant, daughter
o! M. I'lyflStfs S. Grant of thla city nnd
ir'ranilnlei'e of President Grant, was
marr'eil to Mr. Lindsay MocKenzIo
Goodie, eon of Mr. George S. Goodevo
of K!ngUlle, Out, by the Rev. Dr.
( h.irl' I Slnttery. lector. Owing to
nvnt death of the bride's mother
on!v lelRtlvoa were present.
ii. attendants were Mlw Korm
! r,.i .i cuusln, and Miss MarjorloJ
SI"hian. . .
Mr t.iiwatd Stagulre was lest man.
T as an lilformal reception n tho
T,"'l yul Mrs, Ooodove will start to
rt:,, r r Bermuda
Daughter of Mrs. Seymour J.
Hyde to Become Bride.
Vr mour J. Hyde of S"j Park
ivrnut and Field Tomt Park Is formal
ly anpfuncln the piiiraKement of her
deht ctuKlitcr, Miss Elisabeth Hyde.
U Mr I'liailes A. Moore, son of Mrs.
Phir". Moore, of Welle Haven. Conn.
Mr Mojn.'s father. iic late Charles A
Moore, wis senior member of .he New
Tcrk firm of Mannltifr, Maxwell &
Mouro I
In thn v. ar Mr. Moore was on the ,
itaff of Col. John I Long, Fifty-sixth
Artillery, and was promoted to Major, j
lie was at the front for four mont-is-.
ar.d was in the second battle of the
ili-m on thf Ol30. and nlsj in th
Mpmnp. He is a member of t.ie Itac
quet, T'nlnn league and Yale clubs
here and the Field Club and Greenwich
(furtry Club of Greenwich. Ho win
iri'limted from Yale in 1WI. He ac
..."panied tho late Admiral P.obert E.
rury to Greenland In 1ES7, the expedi
tion that brought back the Urge me
t'O'lte now In tho American Museum
('Nji iii! History. Mr. Moore marriei'
Annette Spetry in 105 and they
.'c d voroed last year.
Ml?.. Hyde Is n 'member ot the .Tun'or
I.escue. Amateur Comedy C'lun of Neiv
IVrk .in! rides with tho Fairfield Hunt
of Greenwich.
7Ilu Carter and Jlr. Cerf Ensured.
Tin- rte. Dr. and Mrs. William Carter
Jiffertfln avenue, Brooklyn, have
snneuno'c! the engagement of their
iasrlr.er. JIlss Marie Tamzln Carter,
ta Mr Lould Amadee Cerf, Jr.. son of
Mr. and Mrs. U. .V. Cerf of Montclnir,
X, J. MUs Carter was graduated from
the Su.nro ?hoo and did Red Cross
nork :t Debarkation Hospital No. S.
Mr. 'rf was graduated from Prince
tn H serwd fix motnhs In France
tiI"i nv American Flcbl Sen-ice and
late returned to enter the Naval Hc--n
E. A. Lyon to Wed MiM WhltlnR. t
Pie .ngagemont of Mlsa Ellzabelli
VMims ot Chicago to Mr. Edward Ar
thur I-von. of this city, has been an
nounced. Miss Whiting Is a daughter
. m ii ...n.tnr. T whltlnc and II a
mtmber of the Junior League und the!
Service clubs of Chicago. Mr. Lyon is (
sn omcer of the Empire Trust Company
r.d hl clubs Include the New ork
Yacht flub, Ardsley Club and Bankers
Club. Mr. Lyon was a first lieutenant
ef infantry in tho recent war.
Alumn.T of Miss C. E. Mason'3 Castle
stfi ' for girls at Tarrytown yesterday
ttar' .1 a campaign to ralso 30,000 to
iwpftuatc the school at a luncheon In
the Crecn Tloom of the Hotel McAlpln.
ITof. Hen Vood of Columbia Unt
vnrBSty. Dr. Itoso Slaughter Morton, Mrs.
Anni vi vioin nntlnnnl nresldenl of
Ca?tle alumna;, and Miss Maon 6pok"
it was announced that on uie com
pletion of the fund tho school will tx
incorporated as a non-profit making In
stitution, govtrncd by a board of trus
'King Stomach' Has Word
That Amazes Audience.
Ccrnard Shaw introduced a word Into
ft English of tho theatre with Ills
"Pyzmallon." Mrs. Patrick Campbell
5o'c it to the horror of the London
"rst night audience, but the excitement
oon subsided and probably another
V-aywright feeling tho need of that ex
pression niicht emDloy It now without
comment. Mine. Yvctte Gulioert am a,
similar service to the Kngllsb of our
ago at the Thirty-ninth Street The
itre yesterday afternoon. In the trans
ition of tho old French morality tho
!rl who represented the nose In "King
c-omarh" was called upon to utter a
!d that i-ortalnly has not been heard
lo t!i theatre hero before. Tho spec-'
krs stared at one another in nmaze
Sitr.t Yea. thorn had been no mlstalto
bo'J' it. Tlic young wopian had spoken
e word quite bravely. But It will. bo
are difficult to accustom cars to this
ttvuty than to the expletive which bo
''"l ly made its way with tho aid of Mr.
eo "King Stomach" proved to bo
Cng'ish a nauseously clinical dlscus-
'm PxnrcritJ with the delicate fancy
th fine restraint of a Battlo Creek
"rade cainst meat eating.
Fian be-ame evident that the per-wrmun-i.
was Intended to reveal the '
.Y"1'3 Mme. Gullbert's pupils. In
4Kiei to the appalllr.g morality which
,v in it' medl.eval French a monologue,
-re itr an illustration of Amy
'"'3 poom. -The Grocery," which rc
nn ixqulslto type of Polish
jMty tn jilts Clara Bloomileld. fol
i., 1 h minuet, a pantomime to II
R w Baudelaire's "Rcvcrslb!lite" and
t iv 8 "Nolre Damo d0 Mort" a11
''"dents of the school. Then
- Cuiibert, possibly to emphaslie to
r Wplls tho delicious pain of tho un
fuv ' EanC ber lrUmlUble
itMtCm pol,ulr on"a oi rarlous
' i
New Kork.
Mr. and Stra. J. L. NovllI Bmytho of
Chestnut Mil, Philadelphia, nnnounco
1,A ................. .1...I. XII.,.
With Nnvlll fimythe, to Mr. Thomas.
Edward Ward of, 12 West Forty-fourth
s - root, thin city, eon of the Into Thomas
Rdwnrd ward of Proston, J.nncnHMre,
Et,tland, and n member of tho Ht.
Mr. nnd Sirs. AVllllnm Dodga Homo
of Yonkors, N. Y nnnounca tho en-
rrngemcnt of their daughter, Silas Slary
Shaw Home, to Mr. I'VanclsLanson
Adams, eon of Mrs. John L. Adama of
Tho woUd,w w l!lke placa
Jn Jwe
Jn tho Central Presbyterian Church
this afternoon Miss Maria Fahys Cook,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F.
Cook, will bo married to Sir. Howard
Brush Dean. A reception will bo held
at tho Rttz-Carlton.
,nr. iwu unuiu u. iuiiiiuii, wuo wiu
marry Stlsn Paulino Dcnckla, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Dcnckla, In
rhllarielphln, April 17, will glvo his furo.
well bachelor dinner nt I'lerro's this
Mrs. Ii PeForest Plmmonii will rIvo a
tea and danco this afternoon In the
crystal room of the ltlta-Carltnn for
Miss Edna Hoyt, whoso eiiRasemont to
Mr. William .1. Wnrbtnton was an
nounced recently.
Mr. and Mrs, James Laurens Van
Alen uiul family will start for Europe
on board tho Mnuretanla on May 'M.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coppell, who
paused tho winter In California, will
return to Tonally, N. J,, on April IS.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Itoeker of
Providence aro with her sister. Miss
Helen Koues, nt her homo In West
Soventleth street.
Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke and. tho
Misses Alma nnd Beatrice Ciarko have
returned to the lllltmoro Hotel from'
Palm Heach, where, they spent three
months In their villa. Primavcra.
There will bo a. tea on next Tuesday
for tho opening of tho now Kips Bay
Hoys Club bulldhiL' at Forty-fourth
Htreat nnd Second nvenuc. tho sift of
Mr. aivl Mrs. William Church Osbom.
Tea will bo served by Mrs. Osbovn, Mrs.
Vanderbllt Webb, Mrs. Cleveland . II.
Dodce and Miss Amey Aldrlch.
Miss Roberta Wlllard, daughter of
Col. and Mrs. Joseph It. Wlllard of
Ner.-port, Is convalescent after an oper
ation In this city. Her sister, MIis ."a
talja Wlllard. who was with her, has
teturncd to Newport.
Youn? women ot society will hold n
sale this afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
Stuart Duncan, 3 Kast Seventy-fifth
Urcet. for the benefit of St. Chrl.-to-pher's
Guild of St. Mary's Free Hospital
for Children.
Mli nni Mrj)i iirrWrt Parsons rave a
smau ,am,K for tm.r ,!u,utnnl.i dnush-
tr. Miss Elsie Parsons, last night at the
Colony Club. Miss Parsons Is a grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clews.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Held returned
yesterday from Palm Ueach.
Mrs. Vincent ABtor returned Thursday
from Bormuda with Miss Betty Pierson, j
mid went yesterday to Fc.rnc'.In, at 1
IlhlnebecU, X. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Belmont have
taken a house at Gicu Head, U l, for J
tho summer.
Mr and "Mrs. Olncy B. Malrs of 7
East Sixty-fifth streot will go Jo At
lantlc City to-day for three week? b
foro openlnc Greylock, their place at
Brlarcllft. X. Y.
-n,i Mrs. Anion i.nui uj.u .,
. . r.u-. f
and Mrs! William Botch of Boston. Mrs
Charles F. spa.uuiK m uirasu nim
f . JJ FIFTH AVENUE at 46th ST
New Tailored Frocks
in tricb, twill and stockingette also being introduced in
a wide variety of smart new effects, especially featuring
handsomely embroidered and braided styles-
I ' J
Zs JWcsI 441h SL
To-Day at 2:30 P. M.
The Sale by Auction ot
flto Catalogue..
The Sale Will Be Conducted by Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
Hownnl M. Hanna, Jr.. of Cleveland
nio stopping at ,tho Plaza,
Mr. and Mrs, Umbcrtp Colettl of 07
Kast Ninety-first Htroot, accompanied
by Mrs. Colour sister, Mlsa 1,11a I.an
cashier of 7 Eaot Boventy-flfth etreot,
sail to-day on board tho lafnyotto for
Franco nnd ltnly.
The Peruvian Ambassador and Benora
do Pezot and tho Secretory of War twd
Mrs, Newton D. Dakor wero tho chlnr
srutsts nt a dinner which Col. William
Eric Fowler gavo last nlnht.
Uuroncss Hoinnno Avexznna, wtfo of
tho Italian Ambassador, held her first
formal reception yesterday at tho em
bassy slnco iiitKiiik in Wasiilut;ton, ami
will receive ngahi on Frldayu, April 10
and 30.
The Secretary of Agriculture nnd Mrs.
Bdwln T. Meredith had a dinner last
night, their buohIb Including tho hoads
or tho bureaus of the 'department und
their wives. They will have a dinner on
April 13 for tho Bocretnry of tho Navy
nnd Mrs. Joscphus Daniels.
Th Mlnlstor of Venezuela, Honor Dr.
Dun Snit'is A. Domlnlel. Rave n dinner
last nitrht for Mr. Hlhrlon Moreno,
Minister of Argentina to Venezuela, who
will start on April is for hut new post.
Mr. Morono Ii ih been counsellor of tho
Argentine Embassy nt Washington.
Mrs. Jtobert lanslng had n tea yes
terday for her sister-in-law. Miss Kath
erlsii) tensing of Watertown. N. V.,
who in her uucst.
Mrs. Henry De J.a W. Flood had a
luncheon yesterday nt llauscher'e, tho
company Includlnjc wives of Cabinet
members and of foreign Ambassadors.
In Other I'lavea.
.Messrs. G. L,oula HolsseValn nnd
GeorgB Petibody Eustls arrived In New
port from New York yestcrdaj .
MIsj I'riscilla Thorp, the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Jim. Joseph G.
Thorp of Cambridge, Mass., and Mr.
Arthur Calvert Smith. Harvard. 1P14, of
New York will be married at the Thorp
homo the middle of May.
Miss Dorothv Peabody, daughter of
the Kev. and Mn. Kndloott ivabody of
Groton, Mass., whose marriage to Mr.
Frederick Trubee Davison, ton of Mr.
ami Mrs. It. P. Davlron of New York,
will take place In tho Groton Chapel on
A'-rl' 10. will b attended by her elfter.
Miss Ht-'en P'nbody, a.s maid of honor.
or brldesmilds will IncluJe her slaters.
o SIlssos lCllz.ibetli and Margery Pea-
body ; the Misses Alice and Frances
Dnv!.on, sisters of the "bridegroom, and
Miss Elizabeth Frank of New York.
Tho f.rtt of three suberiptnn dances
fir Lie i-ndowmi'iit fund of the Ameri
can Academy in Ito'.ne was given last
nlebt in the
ballrcom of the Cosmo
politan Club. Thf subcrbers nro mem-
j bi-rs of the Beaux Arts Architects Soclc
. tv. The patronesses Include limes.
' Hany Payne Whitney. Charles T. Bar
' ney. Arthur S. Burden. Whitney War-
reti, .lames A. Burden, Joseph B.
' Thomas. W. Astor Chanler, Xewbold, Le
; P.oy Edgar and 11. Fp.lrfb'ld Osboin.
T'lo first of the April scries it dances
under tho auspices of the Bachelors, the
proceeds of which go to local charities,
was held Ian night In the Delia rtobbla
room of the Vanderbllt. Among those
who gave suppers were Mr. and Mrs.
John Apc. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T.
FreUngliuysen. Miss Mary Hoyt Wlborg,
Mr nnd Mrs. Hawson L. Wood. Mrs.
Van Bensselaer King, Mrs. Iny Gould,
Mrs. Ward Douglas and Mrs. J. Normin
is exceptionally well ex
pressed in the wide va
riety of lovely models in
black and navy blue taf
feta, prominent among
which are rich and color
ful embroideries and de
lightful combinations of
organdie and embroid
ered batiste
(Concluding Session)
, .
'The Pilgrim's
Progress1 by
The Oratorio
Edgur Stlllman ICelley'o "musical
mliaclo play" entitled "The Pilgrim's
Progroab" wati given Inst evening at the
third concert of tho Oratorio Soclety'a
muslo festival In tho Sovcnty-flrut Itegl
ment Armory. Tho work had already
been produced at a Cincinnati fesllmli
but little newfl of It had reached this
city. Tho composition u onn of very
serlouu purpoao and character, elaborate
ly made and employing largo forces. No
i adequate summary of It.i content: can
bo made after a slnglo nnd incomplete
i henrlng.
Tho array of solo parts Is In Itself
enough to nhow that there Is much to
consider. (Tho Dreamer ushers In tho
work with a short prologue, and tho
chorus figured often nu somo of tho
choruses In tho Bach passions1, namely,
In uttering thoughts which lorni ft back
ground to tho 'Individual emotions pub.
Huhed by tho soloists. Christian, of
course, In tho foremost personage. Oth
ers are Faithful, Worldly Wlueman, tho
Evangollst, Hopeful, Atheist, Apollyon,
Money-Love, Mme. Bubble, shepherds,
Illinois and othcro less Important. The
distribution of voices amor.; tho soloists
calln for two s-opranos, two tenors, two
barytones and a bass.
Thn tet Is taken partly from Bun
yan's work nnd partly origins. Tho
story Is divided Into tho following epi
sodes: Tho City of Destruction, the
Wlekct Gate, tho Valley of Humiliation,
Vanity Fair, tho Delectable Mountains,
tho Crossing of the River and the Ce
lestial City. All of theso parts except
the Crossing contains tweial numbers.
Tile work la long nnd without cuts re
quires about two hours and a quarter to
perform. Tho part dealing with tho De
lectable, Mountains wa omitted last
The most distinct Impressions gained
from the first hearing were thoso do
rlved from tho treatment of tho rolo of
Christian and the choral parts, crpc
clully thoso for tho Celestial voices,
theso represented by a largo body of
children, excellently trained nnd pro
ducing a most uilmlrablo quality of
lone. Tho melodies allotted to them
wire, ot course, not too dltllcult, but the
gencrat effect of tho oratorio was the
better for that.
The least successful tfectton was un
doubtedly that treating of tho combat
between Christian and Apollyon.
The recitatives given to Christian
wen.' very well conceived, though much
of their effectiveness was due to Itelnald
Wcri-enrath's delivery, which, like all
this singer's art. had clearly defined
character. A very sdmlrablo number
was the solo for Christian's wife, which
Miss Vera Curtis, who substituted for
Mme. Mabel Garrison, sang commend
ably. Th" music of thn Vnnlty Fair section
had something of the feeling and move
ment of opera continue, which, was en
tirely sultuble, since Vanity Fair be
longed to the world of Vomedv and
satire In this section Lambert Murphy
had his ormortunlty with the counsel of
Worldly Wiseman, which ho delivered
with much skill. Tho orchstiation of the
entire work was thut of a good musician,
bit It wus often too heavy for the voles.
The principal singers In addition to
those already mentioned were Julia
.ClauHten, contralto; iYnlerlck J'atton,
Charles Tlttmnn and Royal Dadmun,
basses, and Master el. boy soprano,
who sang the solo of tho shepherd with
almost every possible voice of tone pro
duction and pronunciation. The sum
ming up of first impressions must bo
that .Mr. Kelley has written a work con
taining some leniarkably wod pages
and some of regrettable weakness. But
as a whole the oratorio will probably be
accepted as an interesting and valuable
addition to the list of native creations.
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries,
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. Cor.
Vnnderbitt Ave.
James r. Mlo A. ion, Auctioneer
Antique & Modern
Mr. Benjamin Guinness
Remored From 8 Washington Squire
A Long Island Mansion
Samuel C. Herriman
NOTKf the s.k wiu. nr.
S. Altmmt
Th5rty-four(4!h Street
in the approved styles and shades,
featured in the Department
First FUoor
Soft Feflt Hats $&M
Deriby Hats
$9,000 for a Rug
In the Benguiat
Sale Norn $270,447
Some of tho rarest tapctarlcs and lex
tllea In the Bcngult collection were rolil
lust night In the ballroom of tho Plaza
by tho American Art Association before
't.n audience that Included many experts.
Tho tapostrles besides being raro had
their original borders, nnd tho rugs weru
of tho ancient no-called i Ispahan weave
or wero Hlnpano-Moreeque,
It was In every way nn unusual Kale
nud nomu high prices resulted. Sumo of
the principal Items, with buyers and
prices, wero as follows I
Ny. Price,
ifcl. Dirty DiiIIkU potlt p-ilnt cover;
i-iiuip iiimi... .T ?3,ooo
ZCG. ElbrJctH miiiuiUc; MU It. II.
Jiri'in, niccut 3,70)
1X0, Two IMlmailcc MU It. B. U.retu,
iMU 4.ZO0
'-tO, Tnu tyurlith LtalDiatlin; Mua 11. ii.
Ununt, iiitrut I'.SCK)
'SiS, Sjiaulm ii(-oilo iwltited altar rr,nitnl;
A. 4. IViwac 0,MM
282. nounldism-e tI'tfri II. I", I)mv,u -4,1m
it). Flnnl-th tuf'tiT; Kelltr It 01 H,l"
.'S3, llvnalwatire tapviitr.Ti 1eou fVlienazl 4,W
mi. u.itiiic ini-siryi . w. yimmn,
2S. rtdiilnh tapLatry; Mujwrlim Hmih...
M. h'lrniMi tajiwlryi J,-lJr ft (i
'Ml. it.unls.tiiiK'1' tai,ntry; K.
Iti'.'. llcauviH -tnij.-j.try ; K. .f. Juinu'i'l--tail
il0. rii'iiilf!! turtstiT: Kclbr A- fn
.".h. iMiii. euiui.n taivttrj: .iiujorkim
I!ni .l.lOil
3U. lxpulwin i.lrH't; U. Ii. Ki-lriit-uii..., ll.K.m
iil.'I. li-vaJinn crriK't; Kent Costlkyliui. . . -.ixf)
Suul!i cjriH't; l'DI"t '. liiuuu il.'Juo
..1'.). jKiiitni iiiritj J. I'. I-tMi-r
tliio. Nuli.iu iiirti I'airlfh Wiitvn..
I'ltti. lipnelhsinee tniitir: J. T. Teiir.
ino total tor tnu evening saic wits
fits, 795. making tho grand total to
duto $270,147.50. ,
The salo concludes this afternoon.
Illelerleh Art Collection llrlngs
In the sale of tho Dlelerich art col
lection nl tho Anderson Galterlm last
night two lino Flemish tmcstr!cs dating
from tho j-eventeenth century led tho
prices, going to 1'. W. Frencli & Co.
for $11,600 each.
Xo. 80, a Madouna attributed to Mu
rlllo, sold to Miss 11. Counlhan, agi-ut.
for $1,500, and'Uio same buyer paid
$1,750 for No. Ill, a "Crucifixion," by
Tlepolo, and $1,750 for No. lis, a por
trait by Titian of himsuir. W. M. Grant,
agent, gave $3,200 for No. 113, a "Crucl
tlxlon," by Roger Van dcr Weyden, and
J. B. Gordon bought No. Ill, "Tenclier
and Pupil," by Philip do Koncrlck.
Tho total for tho session wits $S2,6C2
nnd for the collection $109,705.
I'sychlc influence, that aro coloring
the drama, yestSrday extended to chor
eographic art when Marshall Hall, ot
Boston, appeared In a series of dances
tn the Harris Theatre ta depict his
foimcr Incarnations. He says he Is
uiiler t"i pyrh!c control of no less a
medium than Na-heira, opo of tin; most
celebrated influences of the unseen
wi.rld. The dancer called his Interpre
tations, "Reincarnations In Dance," in
o, ip nf u-hirh ho. vn4 imiioilod to hIiow
how he looked and acted durinc h.f
Incarnation upon the planet Mars, some
three centuries B. C. As such Mr. Hall
suggested a nude human, livid of hue, I
but with tho liead of a young elephant
Cnuaillan 1'lnnlM Mikes Debut
Miss Mona Bates, a Canadian pianist,
gavo hor first recital hero last night in
Aeolian Hall. The princlp'al number In
her list was Bethoven'ti "Waldstcln"
sonata. Evidently in rare sympathy
A Cracking Story of a Ranch
Maxwell Struthers Burt
Gordon &Dilworth
The Store is dosed at 5 P.
are subject to War Revenue tax)
with tho composer'n Intent In tho work,
the was abh to eot It forth with Una
nlclllgonco no to melodic line and phraiso
and with an admlraWo technical clarity,
More than this, her'plano tono was good,
her uso of the pcdalti Judicious nnd her
color resources commenoaute. ah j
all, her reading ot tho composition merit
ed tho'wnrm applause It rccelvod.
Mure Kin ir Corporation Formed.
Tho Maro Klaw Corporation, dompoaed
of Mnrc K'law, Joscirti Klaw, his son,
who Is producing "Mrs. .Ilmmlo Thomp
son" nt the Princes.?, amf Alonzo Klaw,
haa been formed and will open offices
In this city on Juno 1 for ciurylnn on a
theatrical business. Among tho Initial
enterprises of tho new firm will bo a
comedy by Jerome U. Jerome und tho
Knhnnn opera, "Tho Girl from Hoi -
land." now tunnlug In Vienna. Though
Muiu Klaw admits that tho firm of
Klaw Erlanger Is In dissolution, lie
says 3io Is holding his IflUlvldual Inter
ests Intnot In every thctitro and attrac
tion In 'vhloh ho has been associated
with A. Ii. Erlnngen
Wn Connected With V. F. Collier
it Sons, PnliltsUrrn.
r. iVnlter Dunne, formerly connected
H a t rd Vat k VlVk.; "hisl
ff.,1. nt Brentwood L 1. HUi ulster.
IfetLrlna XL was the wife of
with tin. nubllshltig drni of P. F. Collier
the lato Peter F. Collier, and Mr. Dunne
was associated with Mr. Collier In build
Ing up the publishing business Two
years ago hn retired because ot 111
Mr. Dunno was bom In Ireland iltty-
seven years tigo and canui to America
as a boy. During ,hla publishing, a:
tlvltle.s he directed the preparation of a
translation of Guy de Mauiussant's
works, several editions of tho classics
and publication of an edition of tho
Church of England Prayer Book.
Ho leaves his wife, who was Eliza
beth Gannon of Jersey City, and a son,
Walter Thomas Dunne.
Frederick Hamilton Clark, who was
for many years in tho raw sugar busi
ness In this city, died suddenly re
torday at his homo in Park Hill. Yon
kers. He was a son of the lato Dr.
Frederick Hamilton Clark and was born
in this city in 1S04. H Is survived by
hli wife, who was Miss Fannie Rlddlo.
and two daughters. When ho retired
from business last January Mr. Clark
was secretary-treasurer of tho Quanta
nanio Sugar Company. Ho was for
merly a Lieutenant In the Seventh Regi
ment and was a member of tho May
flower Society, Sons of the American
Revolution and other patriotic organ
izations. NATHAN MAT.
Nathan May, father of County Judgo
Mitchell May of Brooklyn, died Thurs
day at his home, 221 West Ninety
ninth street, Manhattan, following a
henrt attack with which he wns sclied
while dining in a restnurant with some
friends. Ho ivas born In Alsacc-Lor-
'28 WEST 49TH ST., ?hAla
Home Fumiih'ngi and Works of Art
Tlftans' BroiiJM. Salon Clock Sets,
Uronie and Marbif Stutuivry Rnd P-1-Obtma.
I'alntinga. Sterling Sllvfr Tea
Pfrvlrff niwl Hollon-carc. Rlcb Drape
rUf. Tapcstricu nnd Orien'a! llonelnt.",
Itaro Uircv, Pernlan Uu(4, Anttqua
t'ar-cd I'redlou atand. Vlcto.- Vlctrola,
Mahogany Oiirpendale Dining Suite,
Library, Drmvlnc and Bedroom Hultes
and odd piecw. Plnr.or Seti, Clilna,
Brlo-a-Hrac, Cabinet Curloa, Furniture,
Bed and Table Linens, etc.
EDWARD A M'SHANE, Auctioneer
CATALOGUES. Tel. Bryant 6771.
SPECIAL -VOTICE For many yenrs
my collection ot Art Furniture, and
Uowna rtafl.been sold through the me
dium of various Auctioneers. Hereaf
ter ihrin urtlcles will bo sold at my
own salesroom.
"Conrad" was a stud.v of youth;
"Cynthia," a story of loyalty. In
"The Worldlings" Leonard Merrick
uses the two supreme themes a
man's honor and a woman's love.
Price $1.75
E. P. DUTTON & CO., 631 Fifth Are., N.Y.
M. daiEv
Thirty-fifth Street
are now
on the
8.00, ' !0o00
ralno 70 years ogo nnd ntrne to this
city about sixty yearn ago. Hu wan
engaged In the butcher buslnoRi until
ho retired In lfllo. BeKCM his son h
leaves his wlfo and two daughters, Mrs.
Fannin Llndo and Miss Gladys May,
LrrrMJ Itocic, Ariel April 0. John W,
Crooketl, former Hecrotary of State and
former State Treasurer of Arkansas,
died at his home here last night at the
ngo of CO ycare. He was u great-grandson
of Davy Crockett of Alamo fame.
Obltnnry Noted.
George T. Williams, for many years n
hotel detective In this city and recently
employed at tho BJItmore. died yester
day following a stroke of apoplexy. Ills
. home was lit Ulmhurut.
'by hla wlfo.
Ho is uurvivcd
Mrj, Helen Pano Moodcy, wife of
Herbert L. Moodcy, died last night at
her home In Plolnfleld, N. J. Besides
hor husband sho Is survived by five
Mrs. Charlotto 13. Flold, for many
years president of tho Brooklyn So
ciety of Mineral Painters, died on Thurs
day at her homo, 023 Throop avenue,
Brooklyn, Klio was 83 years old. Sho
Is wurvlvod by hor husband nnd two
Mrs. Margaret McElroy Hoyt, a mom-
bor of thn board of managers of tho
! "rooklytt Methodist Episcopal Homo for
tlle AKed, died Thursday at her horn.-.
! f '
had been connected with tho homo slnco
Its organization and was widely known
In Methodist church work.
William Morgan Ivace, for m-iny
yearn captain of the Slrlus of tho Iron
''" """". T v, " "q '
M. H. Oberledcr of 574 Wctt End
av. announce, Urn engagement of
their daughter, Pearl M., to Mr.
Siegfried Mayer of Seattle, Wash.
Mr. Mayor Is the son of Mr. and
Jim. Joseph Mayer of that city.
At homo Sunduy evening, April 11,
after S o'clock.
TATLOP. SWINIC In Now Tork city.
Tuesday, April C. Eva G. Hwlnk to
Oeoreo K. Taylor ot Gaunnoquc,
Alrxnuder, Farah O.May, N'ftthan
Bnrtels, Herman A. PartrlriB. .folin X
Bruhni, Atlolnh 13. I'enrce. William M.
Clark, FrWerlck II. Post, Caroline E.
Conkllns;, Allan A. l'ourh, Kdna D.
Cowen. Slary i Praed, M. Francos
Dunno, M. Walter Rofd, Allan
Ksan, Mary Itcod. Edwr.rd Tl.
yiarulem, Wendell P. Khaller, .lullua C.
Flelrhman, Kosetta Southwlck, K. A.
Grebc.r, Abo
Bplee, Ilobert
GrltTcs, Charles T.
Spltilioff. Louis
Tj-sen, Margaret h.
Vtt. Gii3tava .V.
Vroeland. Kittle
Warren, Maria E.
Wetton, ErncHt D.
Williams, Oflorso T.
Woodbury, Asa J.
Worden, Mar" .
Hitchcock. Mary E.
Ilollmann, Henry
Hustucp. David A.
Katrensteln, Yetta
Kershaw, Kmlly C.
KlnK. Emma C
MacDonald. M. .T. T.
Mackey, Li la A.
In Memorlatn,
Cascomb, Carrlo H. IUtoclifeld, Fiant-es
Eckstein, Gusta'vo
ALEXANDER. April 7. Sarah Graco
Alexander. Funtral Stephen Mer
rtfs Harlem chapel, l West lMth
St., Sunday, 1 o'clock-.
BART13LS. Herman A., April 8. Ser
vices The Funeral Church (Camp
bell Building), Broadway, 6CtJ St.,
Saturday. April 10. I P. M.
BRHHM. On Thursday, April S. 1920,
Adolph 13., beloved husband of 1211a
Brehin. Helatlvt-a arul friends nre
rcspoctfutly imitetl to attend fu
neral services on Saturday, April
10 at S V. M., at his lato residence,
37 Manhattan av., Jersey City. Fu
neral Sunday, private.
CLARK. At hi-, residence. Park Hill,
Yonkero, X. Y., suddenly, on Friday,
April S, 1920, Frederick Hamilton
Clark, eon of tho late Dr. Frederick
Hamilton Clark and Ellxabeth Btcb
Mns Waterbury, beloved husband of
Fannie Duncan Riddle, In his Dfith
year. Funeral services at St. An
drew's Memorial Church. Morris and
Livingston avs.. South Yonkcr.i. on
Monday afternoon, April 12, ut 3
o'clock. Motom will meet train
leaving Grand Central ntatlon 2 :10,
arrlt-Jng at Ludlow station 2:12
I. M. Interment at Woodlawn,
private, at convenience of the
CONKLIXO. At Hackensack, X J
April 8, 1920, Allan A., beloved
husband of Anna ST. Conkllns, acd
36 years. Funcrnl servlco nt tho
First Baptist Church, corner of
Union bU and Conkllng place, Hack
ensack, Saturday afternoon, April
10, at 2 o'clock. Train leaves Erin
station, Joraey City, via N. Y. and
N. J. Jt. R., for Anderson at, Hacli
cnsaclt, at 1:17 P. St.
COW13N. At South OranB, N. J., on
April 7, 1920, Mary Faulkner, be
loved wife of Charles Harold
Cowen and dauehtcr of Mrs. II. J.
Faulkner, In her 37th year. Fu
neral services at hftr lato residence,
417 Summit av., on Saturday at t
P. M. (now time). Interment
Woodlawn Cemetery.
DUNNE. M. Walter, beloved husband
of Elizabeth Gannon Dunno and
father of Walter, Jr. Funeral from
chapel at 671 8th av. Requiem
mass Holy Cross Church, Monday.
April 12, at 10 A. M, Interment
EGAX. April 8, Slary Ecan. Fu
neral Saturday, at :50 A. St., from
Funeral Parlors of James Yi. Sic-,
Lamey & Son, Lexington av. nnd
fiOth at. Requiem mass at St. Vin
cent Ferrer's Church at 10 o'clock.
FLANDERS. Wendell P., at hla resi
dence, Wadsworth Hall, Arrochar,
Statcn Island, April 7, 1920. Fu-I
neral cervices at St. John's Episco
pal Church, RosebanW, Staten Isl
. and, Saturday, April 10, 2 P. M.
Lynn (Mass.) papers ploaso copy,
FLEISHSIAN. On Thursday, April 8,
at lier residence, 14 East COth ft,,
Rosetta Fleishman, slater of Slan-o
Fleishman. Funeral services In
Chapel of Salem Fields Cemetery.
Sunday morning. April 11, at 11:30
GREBER. Abe. In bin 56th year,
brother of Sirs. Sophie Sllchael and
Benjamin Greber. Funeral from
Sam Rothschild Funeral Chapel,
208 Lenox av,, Sunday, April 11,
11 A. SI.
OniFFES. April 8, 1920, Charles Tom
llnson Grlffea, Funeral swlco wilt
bo held at the Community Church,
34th st. and Park av., Saturday
1 afternoon. 2 o'clock. Interment
private. Elmlra. X. Y.. papers
I please copy.
I HITCHCOCK. April 6. 1920, Slary
Elizabeth, wlfo of the late Com-
mandvr llr-swell D. Illtchcocll. U. S.
! .' X. Funeral servli-e3 at Trinity
i Chapel. 25th between Broadway
and fith av.. Saturday afternoon
at 2:30.
HOLLSr.VNN. Henry, on Friday morn
' Ing. April 9, after n sorer lllnestf,
In tho 70th year of his age. Fu
neral servlccu at hl lato residence,
841 Prospect place. Brooklyn, on
Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In
terment private.
HUSTACE-In New York city. April 9,
1920, David Allerton, son of the lato
William A. and Amy B. Allerton
Hustacc Funeral prlTate.'
ICATZEN'STEIN, Yetta. wlfo of Kmll,
.beloved mother of Isaac. Louis,
llerlha Slemlel, Fannie Ullmnnn,'
Grandmother of Slelvln Slendel.
Funeral from hor Into recldenrc,
2309 7lh av., New Torlc city, Kind
ly omit flowers.
KERSHAW. Suddenly, April 6, 1920.
Emily Calvert, nt her residence, 103
SInillcoij av. Funoral services at
Darceon's Funoral Church) 107th
- 'Ht. und Amsterdam av., Saturday,
3 I. SI. Interment Woodlawn.
KING. Emma C suddenly, April 7.
Funeral from her lato residence, 703
Royd av., Woodhaven, L.. I Satuis
day, April 10. Services Church of St.
Thomos, 10:30 A. SI.
SIACDONALD. On Friday, April 9. nt
th residence of her daunhter, N. T.
Folwelt 272 West 9th St.. Slaty J.
Thornton, blore! wlfo of John J.
MacDonald. Interment at Capj
'Slay, N. J. Philadelphia papors
Vleaso copy.
SIACKEY. Llla A., at her home, nt 563
7th St.. Brooklyn, N. Y I-Viday,
April 9. Funeral Sunday, at i P. St.,
from her lato residence Interment
ut Cojtfacklc, N. Y Slonday.
MAY. Nathan Slay, in his 80th year,
beloved husband of Matilda Slay
and father of Sirs. Fannlo Llndo,
Mitchell May and Gladys May. Fu
neral at Congregation Beth Elohlm,
274 Keap st Brooklyn, N. Y., next
Sunduy, at 11 .o'clock.
PARTRIDGE. On April 8, at Westport.
Conn., Colonel John X. Pattrldr.c.
husband of Charlotte II. Purtrliltte. In
the 82d year of hU agn. Funeral
Kt-rvlccs at the Church of tho Holy
Trinity, Slontagua and Clinton utM.,
Brooklyn, on Sunday afternoon,
April 11, nt 2:30 o'clock. Intcr
niont prlvata.
SUIItary Order of the Loyal Le
gion of the United States', Nerr
York Commandory- Companion
Capt John N. Partrldea tiled April
8. Funeral 2:30 Sunday, April 11.
Holy Trinity Church, Montatruo anil"
Clinton fits., Brooklyn. Companion
will attend. By order of Lieut und
Afijt. Choree Haven Putnam, U. S.
V., Commander, Lieut-Col. Will
iam F. Cogswell, U. S. V., Rcporttr.
PEARCE. William Slorean, on Wednes
day, April 7, for many ycai-j cap
tain of tho Iron Steamboat Com
pany's steamer Slrlus. Funeral
mrvlc-es at his late residence, at
Manucquan, N. J on Satuiday,
April 10, at 2 o'clock P. SI.
POST. On April S. 1920. Carolina K.
wife of thfj lato Dr. Edmund 15.
Post. Funeral services will bo held
at 391 Convent av., New York city,
. on Saturday evening nt 3 :30 o'clock.
POUCH. Suddenly, on Thursday. April
8, 1920, Edna D., beloved wlfo of
Arnold C. Pouch, In her 28 lit year
Funeral nervlces nt her lato resi
dence, 2 liehnoiit Terrace, Now
Brighton, Staten Island, on Satur
day, April 10, at 3 P. SI.
PRAED. At her residence 311 Grant
av., Plalnrleld. X. J., on Friday,
April 9. 1920. SI. Frances, daughter
of tho late John J. and Slarla Praed.
Funeral serviced will bo held at the
Church" of the Heavenly Rest. Clin
ton av., Plalnfleld, on Sunday. April
11, at 3 P. 31.
REE-D. April 3. 1920, Allda. widow o.'
John K. Reed, in tho GTlli year of
her nee. Funeral servico at lier lnte.
residence, 07 Perry at.. Saturday
evening, 8 o'clock.
REED. Suddenly, at K.itonah. N. Y.
Friday, April 9. 1920, Edward R.
Reed. Funeral etivlco at the re-l-donco
of tils son-in-law, George 11. '
Olars, Jr.. Katonah, orr Sund,iy, at
S :J0 P. St.. New York time. Inter
ment Tuesday at Troy, N. T.
SHAILER. On April 8. 1920, Julhn
' Colwol! Shallcr, aged 72 years. G.
A. R. servtcca 3:15 P. SI. Saturday,
April 10, Evergreen Cemetery,
Elisabeth. ??. J.
SOUTHWICIC At Hasbrouck Helght.'i
N. X, on April S, Kathryn A., be
loved wlfo of Slorrls T- Southwlck,
In her 36th year, daughter of tho
late J. Georgo Herold, formerly ol
urooKiyn. rir.erai services ut ner
late lesldence, 31 Lawrence av
Saturday evening, 8 o'clock.
SPICE. Prof. Robert, at or Cooper
Union, at hla residence, 33 Patk St..
Bloomfleld, N. J., on Thursday,
April 8, 1920. In hli 74th year. In
accordance with his wishes them
will be no ceremony, but f-Ier.ds
may call during Saturday afternoon
and Sunday. Kindly omit flowers.
SPITZHOFF. Louis. on Thursday,
April 8, 10:13 P. SI., after a long
Illness. Funeral Sunday, April 11,
at 2:30 P. SL, from his late rnil
dence, 879 Greeno n. Brookljn.
Interment, at Greenwood Cemetery.
TYSEX. April 8, Slargarct L. Tysen,
daughter of the lato David J. and
Elizabeth P. Tysen. Funeral ser
vices at the Tyacn homestead, New
Dorp, 3 1'. M. Sunday. Automo
biles at Xow .Dorp meeting train
connecting with 2 P. SI. boat from
city. Interment private.
VETT. At Rahway, X. J.. April 9.
1920, Gustavo A. Vctt, ago 61 years.
Funeral services will bo held at hla
late residence. 104 East Grand .,
Rahway, X. J., on Stonday, April
12, at 2 P. St.
VREELAXD. Kittle, boloved wlfo of
Eugeno Vrceland. on April S, In her
65th year. Funeral services at her
late home, 399 Flatbush av., Brook
lyn, on Saturday, April 10, nt 2:80
P. SI.
WAJlREX. At Providence. R. I.,
Wednesday, April 7, 1920. Slarla,
Elizabeth Warren, daughter of the
late William W. J. Warron, SI. D
and Maria E. Warren, ot Lyme,
Conn., beloved twin sister of Will
iam W. J. Warren of Xcw York
WETTON. At SIcmphU, Term., April
S. 1920. Ernest Dawn Wetton, ot
Westtleld, X. J. Notice of funeral
W1LLIASIS. Suddenly, Georgo T on
Thursday, April 8, beloved husband
of Anne U Williams, of ISth si..
Elmhurst, L. L Funeral services
at undertaking establlrhmcnt of
James Wlnterbottom, 938 6th av., to
bo announced later.
" WOODBURY. Asa J. Woodbury, be
loved father of Walter Woodbury.
died April 7 at bis late reswenco,
2436 2d av. Funeral 2 o'clock Sun
day, April 11. Slember. of New
York Lodge, 330, F. and A. SI., En
terprise Lodge, 38, I. O. O. F.
WORDEN. At her residence, 473 Cen
tral Park Wett, Slarla Wonlen
(nec Conely). beloved wife of tho
Into James B. Worden. Funeral
ecrvlco at tho Blessed Sacrament
Church. Broadway a.nd 7 1st at.,
Saturday, April 10, at 10 A. If.
J BASCOSIB. In loving memory of Car-
rie H. Bascomb, who died April 10,
1918. Husband, J,amen Barcomb.
ECKSTE1X. In lovlnc memory of our
beloved husband and father, Gus
j tavo Eckstein, who deparUil tlili
: if April 10. 1917.
,tfti-.!IFELD. In loving rcmem
,,,, at our dlr'.lnir. devoted
mother, Francos RlrschreU.
died April 10. 1910.
ALBERT. SI arte Albert. Tha unveil
ing of tho mausoleum erected In
loving memory of the wife of Jaco'o
Albert will be held at Beth-El
Cemetery. Fresh Pond road, Sun
day. April 11. at 3:30 SL Rala
'tive and. triad Invited to Uro4i

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