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j mual-cal morn- t'al- - of In Phyei-. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER LAST HONORS PAID TO HERMAN RIDDER , -. ' -, Cardinal Farley and Other Dis tinguished Clergymen Assist at the Funeral Rite. MANY MEN OF NOTE ATTEND erman Embassy Repreeented Mayor and senator O'Gorman Among the Mourners. Manv nublla officials, prominent citl- lena. and high dignitaries of the Cath olic Church attended the runerai o Herman Bidder, editor and publisher of The New Yorker Staata-Zeltung. yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Broadway and Seventy-first Street. The church, seating moke than 1.600. was completely filled when the services began. Several thousand parsons, for the most part admirers of Mr. Kiaaer. were unable to find places within and stooa In the streets In lung lines. The German Embassy.: at Washington was represented by Prince Hatxfeld and Captain von Papon. Mayor Mltchel and Senator O'Gorman, George McAneny, President of the Board of Aldermen. and Borough President Marks occupied front pews, aa did Frederick de xsuoer von Pereked, Austro-Hungarian consul General at New Tork. and Erich Hos-senfclder. who is in chargo of the Ger man consulate general in this city. A solemn high requiem mass was cel ebrated by the Kev. Father George Winkler of Kersey. Penn.. a boyhood friend of Mr. Bidder, who was assisted by Fathers Terence Gllmartln, deacon, and A. B. Stuart Chambers, sub-deacon. Father Thomas Barry waa roaster of ceremonies,, and his Eminence Cardinal Farley gave the absolution. Mgrs. Francis -Wall 'and Bruden were deacons to the Cardinal, and Dr. Thomas Carroll waa tha Cardinal's master of ceremonies. Father Joseph Dineen was master of ceremonies to Bishop Patrick J. Hayes, Auxiliary Bishop of New York. Cardinal Oeewplea Tkruw. Some of the other clergy at the altar were Mgr. josepn . oaooncy, General; Mgr. Michael J. Lavelle. rec tor of St. Patrick's Cathedral: the ery Rev. .John J. Hughes, Director of the Paullst Fathers; Mgr. James II. Mo-Gean, Mgr. John Burke of the Catholic Colored Missions. Mgr. Francis J. O'Hara. Chaplain Bader. V. 8. A.; Rich ard H. Tlerney. S. J.. editor of Amer ica, and Fathers Malachl FltspatrtcK. William Livingstono. James Powers. John J. Wynne, 8. J.. and Michael J. Henry. More than fifty automobiles were in the funeral cortege that left the. Ridder home. 11 West Eighty-first Stree.t, ior the church. The casket was ot ma hogany, and waa decorated with purple orchids, clusters of violets, arid wreaius bound Willi purpie ana '"". ."yv.-. The funeral procession was met by Father Thomas F. Myhan with ""':" bearing cross, canaiea. n any wairr. The casket was tatia. tft the centre aisle in front, the altar, where it re. tea on 1 jaiaiaiaue. jn .uw.. .n.i other decorations were removed until the end of the mass. w hen the casket was borne into the church the monslgnori In red robes and priests in white surplices marched in. followed by the Cardinal. Cardinal Farley occupied a scarlet throne under a portable canopy set up on the Gospel side of the altar. The monslgnori and priests ranged themselves on either side of the altar, mem bers ot the Kiaaer iamuy sat on me left of the middle aisle, and friends of Mr. Ridder were seated on the right. Peroal'a reorulem mass waa sung dur ing the services by a male quartet, including Paul Eisner and William Red mond, tenors, ana iucn a.. Herman Tinner, baritones. Edward Grlmia was organist. ' AbMlatlea by Cardinal. Cardinal Farley exchanged his scarlet robe for a black vestment and pro nounced the pontifical absolution while the priests and the congregation knelt. Instead of a eulogy for Mr. Ridder only r raver, for the repose of bis soul wore offered. , . . When tne runerai prwvaawn am. .- from the church for Calvary Cemetery the first carriage was occupied by Mrs. Ridder and her son. Bernard H. Bidder, who succeed, hi. father a. publisher of the Staata-Zeltung. With them was a small son of Bernard H. Ridder. In the next two carriages were two other sons of Herman Ridder, Victor and Joseph, and tr.eir wives, aiso iwnr Ridder, a brother of the late publisher, who is proprietor of The Catholic New., founded by Herman Ridder In Other camagea container uobw7 pallbearers, Morgan J. O'Brien. Melville E. Stone, Henrv Helde, Gus;a. Llndenthal. Thomas M. Mulry Justice Leonard A. Glegerich. Herbert F. Gunnison, Joseph Frey. Edward M. Burvhard. Dr. C. J. Hexamer. Oscar S. Straus, and Frits Acheus. s....utatlm of the Press Club SD- pointed'by Edward Percy Howard. Presi dent, were naipn rai j" I. C. Clarke. Louis Cook. Charles W. Price, William im. r-enny. yuami nx. Reid. William R. Hearst. Taleott Williams. John A. Hennessy, John Clyde Oswald. Courtland Smith, Frank Cad-wallader, Herman A. Met, and Irwin Thomaa. Many Officials Pre seat. Some Of the other, who attended the funeral were Justice Vernon M. Davis, Senator Robert F. Wagner. Justice John W. Oof f. Justice Daniel F. Cohalan. Sheriff-elect Alfred E. Smith. Fire Commissioner Robert Adamson. Judge Lor ens Zeller. Theodore Sutro Dr. Abraham Jacob!. Professor Emil Ba-ruch. Charles V. Fornes. M'chael . J Drummond. Secretary of State Francis M Hugo and Assistant Secretary Edward K. King, August Luchow. Thomas W. Churchill. President of the Board of Education: George Gillespie and John T. Wbalen. ex -Corporation Counsel : William J. Bernard and Alfred Amend of the late Justice Amend's family, which intermarried with the Ridder familr: Judge Joseph F. Mulqueen of runerai Sessions. Michael J. Mulqueen. pTeMdentof the Catholic Club; John H. McCooey William F. Grell. Percy J. King PeV-retary of the Catholic Club: Henry Helde. Jr.. and ex-Judge Rufus B. Cowing of General Sessions. Others in attendance were the Rev Urban Nagelelsen, Mrs. Peter Doelger. Adolph Koppel. John F. Mattern. Presi-dent of the tiernian Catholic Singing So-?le"vf Adam Engel. exre-ldent of the Catholic Alliance oi - phonae ti. ivoeioie. r rc-.uc.i. German-American Alliance . of the Christian Deutcher Dhan ITM.aant Ul icrieererbund ; Gustav Btraunenmiiier, rirr.. T a.nar-intandent of the Board ofEducaOon: Henry Kroeger Adolf Kuttroff. ex-President of the German Hospnal In New Tork; Carl W. Nau-Kff7 President of the German Club: Commissioner Dalton of the Department of Public Works of Queens; Alfred J. TaUey. John Hasslochor. Oeorire Ehret. jr 6 Ruppert Ehret. and John Wler, Park Commissioner of Queens. he of of C. a In In '