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THE NEW YORK TIMES. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1911. HISS BEEBE WEDS IH MARYLAND HOME New York Guests Travel In Spe-. clal Car to Her Nuptials with Rudolph Neeser. . CHAPEL IN DRAWING ROOM Bridegroom the Son of Mrs. John G. Neeser, and- Member of Stock ExchangeHoneymoon in France. SptUt le Tie Nrm York Jimtt. E ASTON. Md., Feb. 2. The wedding- or. RudOlph Neeser. sen of Mr. John O. r of 247 Fifth Avenue. New York. and Miss Minnie Motfre Leebe, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Beverly De Elwyn Beebe. took place at noon to-dajr at Londonderry. Talbot County, the country seat of the bride's parent. Th- guests from New York came In a special car, and Included the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Neeser; 1m Miss Neeser, Alfred Curtis, Stanley G. McGraw. J. Henry Alexandre, Jr., John and Robert .Neeser, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jay Manning;. The drawing: room was converted Into a email e he pel, and was decorated with Klllarney roses and smllax. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Patrick 1L Gavin. Chancellor of the Archdiocese Of Baltimore. The bride, whose father rave her in marriage, wore a white 'satin gown embroidered with pearls, and trimmed with family lace, with a Court train. Her tur.e veil was caught to a close-fitting can of rose point lace, with orange blos soms. Miss Helolse Beebe, the bride's sister. 'ted as maid of honor. The bridesmaids wf s the Misses Caroline Fuller of New v Mary Louise and Gertrude Da via olne, Wis.; Dorothy Kthridge of New ,.rk. Ursula Rellly of Pittsburg, Margaret Reaxor of West Orange. N. J., and Stuart Jones of Charlotte, N. C. r The bridesmaids wore models of draped white chiffon trimmed In lynx with touches of pink and Madam le Brun models ef sliver lace with lynx end pink rotes. Thev carried baskets of Klllarney roses and fern. The maid of honor wore pink chiffon, the same model .as the bridesmaids' rowns, with a Madam le Hrttn hat of silver lace with lynx and pink ross. - Anne Beebe. the bride's little sister, was flower girl, and was dressed In lace and batiste over pink, with a picture hat of rink. Mrs. Beebe was-in white satin and black lace. John Neeser was nls brother's best man. The ushers were J. Henry Alexandre, Jr.. Alfred Curtis, Stanley G. McGraw, and Robert Neeser.; all of New York. The bridegroom is a member of the New York Ptock Exchange, and also a member of the University, RidinK, Racquet and Tennis, and Kumson Country Clubs, lie was graduated from Columbia, class of '0.". Miss Beebe came orlsclnaMy from Mississippi, and a granddaughter of William Lorina; Archibald and R-reat-arrand-daughter of David Reese, third sinner of toe Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. After the wedding reception the bridal party, including the bridesmaids, returned to New York on "the special car which brought the guests from that city. Mr. and Mrs. Neeser sail on Feb. 4 for Southern France and expect to return In Anrll. Thev will reside at Convent. N. J. GREATWEALTH AT WEDDING, j $250,000,000 to be Represented by j Guest at Miss Irene Catlin's Marriage. Social to Tke Xiw York Times. 8T. LOUTS. Feb. 2. When Mlsa Irene Catlln of 21 Vandeventer Place ia married Saturday to Frederick W. Allen of New York two hundred and fifty millions of Wealth will be represented by the out of town and St. I-ouls guepts. Among the guests will be Mrs. William G. Rockefeller and Mrs. Henry Dlbblee, sister of the late Marshall Field or Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rockefeller will be "In the New York contingent that is -on Its way to St. Louts for the nuptials at the home of Daniel Catlln. wealthy tobacconist. Other New Yorkers who will attend are Xtrs. Bradley Martin, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. James Greenway, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Gates McGarrah,- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Davis, rind William Coffin. Mr. and Sirs. Joseph Leiter will come from Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Byron I-athrop, Mrs. Henry Dibhlee, and George F. Porter. Mrs. Georgt Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Geonre B. Letehton will come from Boston. William . Seymour of New Haven, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Allen of Walpole. Ma?j . parents of the prospective bridegroom, will attend. Miss Catlin's social activities range from be In it hostess to Alice Roosevelt at the World s Fair In l'.H and attending the coronation of King Edward of England, to dining bricklayers in tho palatial Catlin home the 1ay after her brother T heron was elected to Congress last November from tha. Eleventh Congressional District. Mlis Dickey's Wedding Plans. Miss Frances de Koven Dickey, whose marriage o S. Harold Freeman will take place on Saturday, Feb. l. at noon l1 Grace Church, has decided on her 'at tendants. Mfss Dickey's said of honor will be Miss Janet Townsend, and the bri'Iesraalds are to be the Misses Helen Miller. Margaret Harris. Katherine Tillman, N'tna Chlspclm, Maude Shepherd, and M.ry Shotter or Havana. M. "Veman. who is a son of Mr. and 'ts. Samuel Freeman of Morristowu. will have hla brother, Soulbgate i. Freeman, as his best mn. and the ushers are jo be his brother-in-law, George l'oo!!d;e 1'uttie: his cousin. Ieon S. Freeman; Miss Dickey's half brother. Charles D. Dickey, Jr.; A ymar Johnson. Walter Brooks Mc-Oormick. Jr.. and George W. Carpenter Mr. Freeman will not give a bachelor dinner. The church ceremony Is to be followed ijy a reception t the residence of the bride s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Dickey, 37 West Fifty-first Street. Miss Moore Weds E. Y. Gallaher. The wedding of Miss Isabelle S. Moore, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. William A- Parke of lis West Fifty-seventh Street, and Krneet Yale Gallaher, took place last evening In St. Matthew's Church, the Rev. Arthur H. Jud.e officiating. The bride, m ho wore a gown of white aitn trained with point lace, was at- ded by her sisters. Mrs. Peter Gilfey VI Mrs. Benjamin Dennis, both of whom re gowned in pink satin veiled In blue. - 4wurd U. GalUber acted as his broth- i i man. t tie usners were Jonn ioy MiHftel. Frederick Wells. Torter , and Benjamin Dennia. '.A family dinner followed at the .Viae of Mr. and Mra. Parke. - J. E. Ridder.to Wed Miss Schneider. Joseph E. Bidder of yest Seventy-fourth Street, trws second son of Herman Bidder, and Miss lied wig Schneider of 5-'4 West lOMh Street took out a max-Mare license yesterday at the Cltv Hall. Herman HeUie of r West Sixty-ninth street has also been licensed to marry iluss Gertrude T. Amend, a niece of Supreme Court Justice Edward B. Amend, of s Weft Seventy-fourth Street. The Rldders and the Amends are related v marriage. Herman Ridder married a atster of Jus tic Amni1. and Justice Amend a slater of Mr. Kidder's. Dinner In Honor of Walter E. Frew. The managers and assistant managers of the branch Institutions c-f the Corn Ex-Ti.!?c E)U,k wt" B'v dinner at the ' w.mJLslurt"!' n,ht ia honor w,-5 'rE ,Frew. mho has Just been rjected. Frvsldent of the Cora Exchange SOCIAL NOTES. Mrs. Nathaniel a Rejrnal has Invitations out for a small dance, to take place at the Colony Club on Wednesday evening. Feb. 15. Mra. Payne Whitney srav m rotilllon at her houee Wednesday evening. It was led by Henry Worthlngton Bull, and a hundred people danced the figures. The favor included long-stemmed rosea, baskets covered with hydrangeas, and ro sachets. Mrs. Thomas Or. Tracy (Miss Grace Blgelow Tracy has cards out for receptions on Feb. 6 and 27 at 308 Lexington Avenue. - Miss Abby Morrison fa to have costume tnrtr At her hniiM. West Forty- eighth street, on Saturday. Feb. 11. The guests are asked o coma as babies. Mrs. Alexander D. B. Pratt waa at homo veaterdav. and will rive a second reception cn Feb. 1H at her residence, 180 -st fcixty-eeventn street. The third of 'the St. Christopher League Dances takes place this evening at - . monioo's. Owing to the increase in the membership and the large number of auevts. the larare ballroom, has been taken. There will be general dancing and no cotillion. . The thlrtl of the dances organised by Mra. R. 1. TJvlngston and Mrs. Howland Davis took peace last night at the Colony Club. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Livlnaston re ceived, and there were dancing and a Duiret supper. Mr. and Mm. Edwin B. Sheldon of Long-wood. Delhi. N. Y., are expected to arrive In town to-day. The Mexico Society of New York will give Its first dinner at Sherry's on Thursday, Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Pendleton Rogers and Miss Emily Rogers of Tuxedo, who have been spending the Winter at the Hotel Gotham, sailed yesterday for Bermuda, and will return May 1. Mra. Robert Livingston Gerry wIl give a large dance at Sherry's to-night. Lady Declea. mother of Lord Decles, will arrive on the Lusltanla to-day from England to attend the wedding of her son snd Miss Vivian Gould. Baron and Baroness Gotdschmldt-RotQ-schlld will also arrive to-day from Europe on their bridal trip, and will stay at that Ritx-Carlton. The Baroness Is the daughter of Baron Rothschild of Paris. Mrs. Thomss T. Sherman of 129 East Thlrty-flrst-Street will give a small dance to-night for her daughter. Miss Emily Sherman. Mrs. Isaac GImbel of 771 Madison Avenue has returned from a ten days' visit with her family In Philadelphia. Mrs. Robert R. Livingston and Miss Laura Livingston are booked to sail tomorrow for Europe on the Koenlg Albert. CONCERT AT MRS. VANt)ERBlLTS Maud Morgan and Ben Greet Enter tain for Benefit of City Mission. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. - Sr., lent Jier town residence, at 660 Fifth Avenue, yesterday for a harp concert for the benefit of the New York Protestant Episcopal City Mission Society. The concert was given by Mlsa Maud Morgan, assisted by William C. Carl, Bidkar Leete, Ben Greet, and four other harpist besides Miss Morgan. There were about 500 tlcTcets sold privately for' the concert, and when ltr bv gan, at 3:13, the dining hall at the Vanderbilt house was filled almost to capacity. The hall, probably on account of Its high celling, proved to have perfect acous tics. The chairs were arranged as In a theatre, and the artists played on a temporary platform In the alcove at the west end of the hall, under the immense atalned-glass window. There were many women or -bocum prominence in the gathering, including Mrs. Sidnev Dillon Ripley. Mrs. J. Fran-, els A. Clark. Mrs. Snowden Fahneagock. -.nd others who are interested in - the work of the City Mission Society. Miss Morgan's solo selections were " A Fairy Legend " by Oberthur and a ma-xurka by Edmund Sohuecker. . She played several duets with Mr. Carl at the organ, one of the selectiona being Francis Thome's " Legende.". Miss Taliaferro Ford. Miss Mariorle McClintoclc. Miss Phoebe Arleigh. and Miss Eleanor Morgan Neely each played harp solos. Mr. I.eete rendered a Piano soio. ana Mr. Greet " gave excerpts from Shakespeare with harp accompaniment. The last num. ber was tne live narps ana organ, me selections, including a mission hymn, arranged by Miss Morgan for this occasion. The t'lty Mission Liergy House is at jw Bleeckcr Street, and the Rev. Robert B. Ktmber. who assisted In the arrange ment of the muslcale, is Superintendent. The work of the mission is -confined to thirty-six different stations throughout the metropolitan district, and Its particular field of labor the work among tha inmates of the public institutions. MRS. FISH GIVES DINNER DANCE. Her Guests Entertained at Her Home by Professional Dancers. Mrs. "Btuy vesant Fish gave- a large dinner, followed by dancing, last night at her residence, 23 East Seventy-eighth Street, for her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gray. The dinner guests, numbering nearly Eixty, mere seated at five tables gay with yellow tulips and forsythla. After dinner the Morris dancers did an old-time dance, the -Hengler sisters djd some fancy dances, andthere was also a Highland dance bv Scots In kilts to the wusic of bagpipes. Thia was followed by general dancing, ror wnicn a number or extra guesta came In. k- The dinner guests Included, besides Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Oerry, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gpadby Loew, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ma see, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wil-merd'.ng. Mr. and Mrs. V. De Lancey Kountze, Mr. and Mrs. William Green-ough. Mr. and Mri. Forsyth Wlckes, Mr. and Mrs. W. LawTence Breese, Mr. and Mrs. Goolet Gallatin. Mr. and Mrs. W, Beverley Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lydlg. Mr. and Mra. Arthur Iselin, Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Iselin. Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Morris, the Misses Marian Clark. Susan Street, Josephine Pearson, Constance Warren, Svbil Douglas. Ruth King, Cornelia Gallatin. Sadie Jones. Elisabeth I-atimer. Cornelia Bryce, and Mrs. French Vanderbilt. Also Sidnev Fish. Willfam Clyde. Jr.. T. Chesley Richardson, Maurice Roche, Col. J. J. Astor, Craig Wadsworth, William rot. Perry Osborn. Louis L. Clark. Harry Black, A. Eugene Gallatin, and Newton Rae. . Mrs. Henry Seligman Gives Dinner Mrs. Henry Sellgmhn gave' another In her series of dinners last night at her residence In West Fifty-sixth Street A Hungarian orchestra played during the dinner, and afterward George Spink en-tertalned the party wltfi songs and stories. .The guests asked Jnch'ded Judge Alton B. Ptxker and Mrs. Parker. Judge E. H. Gary and Mrs. Gary. ex-Justice Morgan J. O'Brien and Mrs. O'Brien, Gen. Nelson Henry and Mrs. Henry. Gen. Howard Carroll inU Mrs. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vntermyer, Mr. and Mli J. G. White. Mr. and Mra. Ueorge Clausen, Mr. and Mm. Henri Wertheira, Mr. and Mrs. Georjre W. Young, (Mrne. Nordlca.) Mr. end Mrn. Lewis Nixon, Mr. and Mra. Iao N. Seligman. Mr. and Mrs. John Flag'er. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Pierce, Baron SrhI!rpenbaH, Henry K- Pember-ton. E-' O. Jor.t-s. Muller Cry. and Frederick Strauss. . v DRAZ-SM1TH. X Rudolph Draa. the aeoond son of Mr. and Mra. Francis -Dras of 122 East Seventy-second Street, and Miss Lillian Snv.th, fcranddiughter of Mrs. John Henry Smith 1 161 West Twenty-second Street, were married yesterday at the Hotel Rector. Th ceremony as. performed by the lirv. Dr. Jacob W. Locfe. Only the immediate family was present, and a supper followed he ceremony. LAWRENCE CUTLER. Mr. and Mrs. Gustavns L. Lawrence ef 10 East Fifty-eighth Street announce the engagement 0f their daughter. Miss Clementine Lawrence, to Frederick Holland Wilson-Cutler, son of Dr. an. Mrs. Arthur Cutler of au East Fiftieth Street. Rockefeller Bust in Chicago University! CHICAGO. Feb. 2. -A life-slxe bronse bust of John D. Rockefeller has been placed on the mantel over tha- fireplace in the south wall of Hutchinson Hall at the University of Chicago. The design Is the work ot William Cooper of New York. WAGNER CYCLE OPENS AT- METROPOLITAN " Das Rheingold " Is Sung at ' Matinee for Its First Performance This Season. WITH GOOD SCENIC EFFECTS Singers Give a Representation of Merit Walter Soomer as Wot an Mme. Mariska Aldrich as Fricka. Wetan ... ................... Walter Boomer , William Hirwhaw Glenn Hall Donner ... Froh Lege Alberich ., Mime ..... Fssolt .... Fafner ... Fricka .... Frela Erda ..... Wollnde . Wellgunde Fluaahlld Otto Oorits Albert Kelas ,, Herbert Withenspoon , Basil Kuydael Mariaka Aldrich Alma Oluck .......Loulae Homer Lenora J?parke .......Bella Alien Florence Wlckbam Conductor. Alfred Herts. - A cycle of Wagner's trilogy " Der Ring des Nlbehingen.'V to be given at special afternoon performances, was begun yesterday at the Metropolitan Opera House when the prologue. " Das Rheingold." was given for the first time thia season. t The arrangements for the performance of this cycle are not Ideal; they have been made, evidently, with a view to suiting the convenience of a very busy opera house and taking advantage of the con-Junction of two holidays, rather than consulting the artistic requirements of the music drama and the best Interests of the listeners. The three members of the trilogy and the prologue ought to be heard at shorter intervals than a week, which is about the average of elapeeu time that will separate the four performances, in order to present them in their proper relation as parts of a connected whole. But this may be forgiven If tho rest of the performances are as good aa that which bean the series yesterday. It was in many respects an admirable one. " Daa Rheingold " is no- longer a stepchild of the Metropolitan Opera House, aa it was In some recent "years. Evidently great pains had been expended in perfecting the many phases of transformation and of lighting, the movements of the Rhine Daughters In the first scene, the picture of watery translucence in the depths of the river, the effects of mist and cloud, and all the rest that are bo Important in Wagner's conception of what must be presented to tHe eye in this work. Great pains, too, had been expended upon the musical side of the drama, and in this respect the performance brought the highest credit to Mr. Hertz. The orchestral score of " Das Rheingold has not often in recent years been played with so much poetry, so much beauty ot tone and transparency, so much attention to effects of deiiciicy and subtlety, as well as to those of crashing climax. Such a performance brings out many musical beauties In this score 'that have sometimes remained hidden. The singers entered with enthusiasm Into their-task, and gave a performance that had many great merits. There were a number of faces new to performances of " Das Rheingold " here, or at least not familiar in them. The chief characters were In familiar hands: Mr. Soomer's Wotan. Mr. Buniairs Low. Mr. Goritx's Alberich. Mr. Reiss's Mime. Mme. Homer's Erda. the Khlnemaidens as presented by Mmes. Sparkes. Alten, and Wick-ham, are well known and excellent, and some of them are classics. Of the others there" may be noted Mme 'Warlska Ald.-rlch. who appeared for the first time as Fricka; she 6ani? the music very well, and If she showed here and there some lack of routine and skill in the technique of the stage there was an abundance of Intelligence, and hence of promise, in what she did. Mme. Gluck was charming a; Freia. and Messrs. Witherspoon and Ruysdael met most of the requirements in their representations of the two giants. It could hardly have escaped notice that of the fourteen characters In the cast nine were represented by singers of American or English origin. The audience at this performance was large. Time was when audiences for "Das Rheingold" were small; that was the time when the work was neglected and carelessly presented.' MISS PARLOW APPLAUDED. Violinist Playa with Technical. Accuracy and Great Beauty of ' Tone. Miss Kathleen Parlow seems to have made a name for herself In NewYork in an exceedingly short, time. Last evening she played again with the Russian Symphony Society at Carnegie Hall and a large audience was In attendance. It was with this society that she made her New York debut only a few weeks ago. Last evening she played Wlenlawskl's second concerto for violin. This work differs In many respects from the others In which she had been heard here. It Is more brilliant, more dashing: the laat movement is made up of gypsy themes and the whole concerto contains more than a little of the gypsy spirit. Miss Parlow played the work, as she has everything else in which she has been heard here, with consummate technical accuracy, and great beauty of tone. If whe played with moi-e spirit and fire than she haa hitherto It was probably owing to the nature of the work-After the gllssando chromatic passages, which end the first movewjent the audience burst into a tutti passage of the orchestra to applaud her, and It must be confessed that her playing at this point was ao brilliant that this premature applause seemed almost pardonable. At the close of the cdncerto she was recalled many times and played a Polonaise of Wleniawskl. and an arrangement of one of Chopin's nocturnes. The orchestral numbers were interesting. The programme opened with a novelty by a Finnish composer. Kayanus. Jt was called " Finnislr Rhapsodv," and seemed to be made up of folk tunes. It was pleasant music of no very great depth. A performance of Rachmantnnff-a fantasy. " The Cliff," followed. This Russian composer is said to have based his work on two lines from a poem of Ler-montoff: " Overnight has slept the golden cloudlet On the bosom of the Cliff the Giant." No programme was needed to tell the auditor that the music concerned Itself with the contrast between rugged strength and graceful beauty; nor, to. inform him that It was very Ingratiating. The cloud music suggested Csar Franck'a tone poem, " Les Eolides." It is probable that the work will have other hearings in this community. The programme included a performance of Glasuhow's arrangement of the " Song of the Boatmen of the Volga," in memj-rlam of an anonymous patron of the society, and closed with a performance of Tschaikowsky's fourth symphony. Mrs, S. H. Valentine'a Muaicale. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Valentine gave a muslcale last evening at tbeU residence, 5 East Sixty-seventh Street. About 150 guests were invited. The muslcale programme included songs by Miss Alma Gluck "-and Cecil Fanning, and Michel Sciapiro, the violinist, played. Mrs. Valentine and Miss Henrietta Porter received. Miss Gluck's selectiona included an air from " Hypolyte." " Rossignoles Amou-reux. "La Coiumba." "The Little Gray Dove." Sprosa's " Will o" the Wisp " and Cadman's "Land of the Sky-Blue Waters." With Mr. Fanning. Miss Gluck also sang duets from Don Giovanni, and she also rendered Ave Matia, Bach-Gounod, with vtollivobligato by Mr. Hciaplro. Mr. Fanning a. songs Included an air from " Mahomet II.. " The Last Leaf." words by O. W. Holmes, to music by Sidnev Homer, and a axoup of old songs. " The Three Flahwra " Fanny Grav." "Moonlight Alone." and "Pop Goea the Weasel." Michel Sciapiro played Dvorak's Humoresoue, " Souvenir de 3scow," by Wleniawskl. and " Lbesfrewd." by Len-ner-Krteeler. among other things. A supper followed the music. . Among the guests asked were Mra. J. Warren Goddard. Miss Julia. Chester Wella, Gen. Howard Carroll and Mm. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Cenrtlandt Field Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillepie, Dr. Preston Satterwhite and Mrs. Satterwhite. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schermerhorn. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Barrows. Mrs. Harry Klncs-ley. Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Allen Townsend. XI r. and Mrs. William K. Shepherd. Miaa Marie and Gen. C.- T. Roe and Mrs. Roe. SOCIETY GlrtLS IN TABLEAUX. Many Will Pose and Dance In Aid of Chryctie Street House. The programme for the entertainment at the Plaza., on Feb. 25 In aid of the building ' fund of the Cbrystie Street He use has been completed. The various dances . have been arranged . by the Baroness irmgard von Rottenthal and Ottokar Bartlk of the Metropolitan Opera Horse. A series of tableaux, many of them following closely famous pictures, will be presented, and at the close of the tab-' leaux the posers will break Into a dance characteristic of the period the picture represents. Those who are to pose and dance are well-known society girls. Mm. Samuel Van Dusen, Mrs. James R. McKee. and Mrs. 8tanley W. Dexter are the committee In charge of 'the dances. . The first tableau will be a Greek scene, and the Misses Marjorie Smylte, Gladys Robblns, Margaret Ives. Louise Baldwin, Margaret Faben Mary Lodge McKee. and Helen Van Dusen wff pose and dance. The second tableau will portray Botticelli's Spring, and the Misses Helen Johns, Matilda Miller. Florence Rising, Kuth Waters, Katherine Shaw, and Miss Duval will appear In this. A Dutch peasant picture , will come third In the series, and the Misses Martha Gay, Margaret Janeway, Margaret Bowers. Susie Chappell. Louise Herrick, and Frances Wyeta will appear in It. The fourth picture will be a French tableau In the style of Watteau, the posers and dancers doing a minuet.- In this will appear the' Mlses Charlotte Dela-field, Eva Ingersoll - Brown, Carola Churchill, Alice Rlggs Hunt, and the Baron V. W. Osten-Sacken, Alexander Schoel-len, Arthur Littleton Hunter, Jr., Charles W. Hunt. Jr., and George Bartholomew Fifth in the list there will be a Burne-Jones painting, The Mirror." in which the Baroness von Rottenthal will dance. A Russian peasant picture and' dance will be the sixth on the programme, and the Misses Anne Browne, Constance pea-body. Faith and Ruth Hayden, and the Misses-Welling, Camp, and Simmons will take part. The seventh tableau will be a Spanish picture in which Mrs. Lowry Gillette and the Misses Emily Gilbert. Isabelle Car-blere. and Katherine Rising will dance and Miss Helen Harbeck will do a solo dance. The eighth and last tableau is to be -a Gibson picture with a ballroom setting. Dallas, Corblere and Katherine Rising will dance and the others are to be Louise Baldwin, Margaret Ives, Margaret Faber, Mary Lodge McKee, Isabelle Corblere. Helen Van Dusen, and the Messrs. Darlington and Bowers. , Two ballet dancers from the Metropolitan Opera House are also to appear. Tea will be served after the afternoon performance, and after that In the even ing there will be dancing. , The patronesses Include Mrs J. Borden Harrlman. Mrs. Edward Renshaw Jones. Mrs. J. Todhunter Thompson, Mrs. Henry Vlllard, Mrs. Frederic Courtland Penfleld, Mrs. Dallas Bache Pratt. Mrs. William Brock Shoemaker, Mra. Henry Waters Taft, Mrs. J. S. Billings. Jr.. Sirs. John D. Chapman, Mrs. Cass Chapman, and Mrs. Charles W. Hunt. DAVID PINSKI'S NEW PLAY. New Vork Yiddish Dramatist's M Der r JSchatz" Shown in Prussia. Special Cable to THB NEW YORK TIMES. WILMERSDORF, Feb. 2. "Der Schatx." by the New York Yiddish poet and dramatist, David Plnskl, was pro duced for the first time on any stage at the Deutsches Theater to-night. The piece encountered a mixed reception. . The author was called before the curtain after the second act and applauded, but at the end of the performance there were unmistakable elgTs of dlsappro-vaL ' ' l L. Weber III, and to Take Rest. L. Lawrence Weber, Treasurer of the Columbia Amusement CompVny, who ha been HI for several weeks from a nervous breakdown, has been persuaded by his physician to take a long rest. He will go away for an indefinite period, or until he lsy entirely cured. -The Kid Fa.un," by Amelia Rives. Amelie Rives has written a oi)e-act play caHed " The ICld Faun." an "echo" of the grown-up faun that William Fa v-ersham is playing at Daly's Theatre. Tt will be presented at Maxtne Elliott's Ttieatre on tie afternoon of Feb. 17. as one of the features of a performance for charity. The two leading characters will fee played by Effingham Pinto and Mrs. Patrick Campbell. r v New Cohan Theatre Box Office Opened The box-office ' of the new George M. Cohad Theatre., in Times .Square, at Forty-third Street was opened yesterday for business, and the sale of seats for the inauguration of the playhouse was begun. The theatre will hold its first audience on Lincoln's birthday afternoon, Feb. IS, when Mr. Cohan's " Get Rich Quick Walllngford " will move over from the Gaiety Theatre. ': THEATRICAL NOTES. The final dres rehearsal of Lew Fields's production -of " The Hen-Pecks." that Is to open at tha Broadway Theatre Saturday night, will be held to-night. ( George Whltefleld Chadwlck. eompeaerof tha Incidental and choral muale for Henry W. Savage production of I " Every woman." arrived In New York yeaterday to take charare of th orcheatra rehearsals. Mr. Chadwtck Is the director of the Boston Conservatory of Mualc. y The Balkan Prlneeaa " company will arrive In New York Sunday from Boston, and will opaa at the Herald Square Theatre on Thursday night. The first three daya of the week will be devoted to reheareala. Pustln Farmim Is going Into vaudavllle.'and will open at the Alhambra Theatre on Feb. 27 in " Tho Little Rebel," tha ply that ha presented at the recent benefit to Marcua Mayer. Mr. Farnura will have a company of seven. v The 350th performance ef Ernat von Poaaart In thia country under tho direction of Guatav Amberg will be given to-night at tha Oar-den Theatre. Herr von Poaaart will appaur for the taut time this season as Babbi Sichol In " Frtand Frits." A naw aong Called " Whan Johnny Comes Marching Down Broadway " haa been introduced into " Marriage a la Carta." at tha Casino Thaatre. It Is tha composition of Esther Bisset, who has the role ef Shell ia the musical comedy. TO-NIGHT AT &30 a ataaa At Mendelssohn Hall V FORTIETH STREET, EAST CT BROADWAY (Admission, by card may be had free ef the managers.) To be sold at unrestricted public sale by order of MR. FELIX ISMAN ef Philadelphia. Very Important . Modern- Paintings By Millet (lac! tafia; his celebrated decorative panels) Duprc. Daabifoy. Cowrbet, In bey. Car in, ' BiU bis (eld medal picture Blommers. De Bock. days. Gctome and other famous artists. Free View To-day At the American Art Galleries Madison Square wall k-e .iiliSta By II 1 Tbo Bale AWEBCAN ART ASSOCIATION. Miai'era, Cast 23d Street Madia on Square Se. ARCHBISHOP RYAN SINKING. In Comatose Condition and Pulse Weaker Dictates Message to Pope. PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 2.-Archblehop Ryan was in comatose Condition at midnight, and the physicians at bis bad-side reported that his pulse was weaker than at any time since he became ill. They stated that he might not survive the night. Earlier In tne everrmg: the aged prelate bad roused himself gnd insisted on dictating a cable dispatch to the Pope In reply to one that had been received from Rome. He expressed his gratitude to tne Pope for hla paternal Interest, and asked the Holy Fatner to pray for him. Following a visit ot tx-Oov. Edwin 8. Stuart this afternoon. Archbishop Ryan, who was in a semi-conscious condition most of the day, rallied, and after an animated conversation with his visitor appeared to be greatly Improved. One of the last letters written by the Archbishop was to the former Governor, congratulating him on the success of his administration, which was Just ended. Mr. Stuart came from rrew York to Inquire in person of the Archbishop's condition, aa he and the Archbishop have been warm friends for many years. When ex-Gov. Stuart visited the Cathedral residence he started to leave after learning of .the patient's condition. The physicians, when they learned of hia presence, insisted on his visiting the elck room, as the presence of friends seema to have a stimulating effect On the dying Archbishop. - They inquired IX he knew who his visitor was. Certainly I do. He was the Governor of the State." They chatted and Joked together for more man live minutes. MISS FLORENCE WRIGHT DEAD Her Death Recalls Mrs. G. 8. Bedford'a Efforts to Obtain $500,000 Estate. Miss Florence Wright, daughter of the late Isaac M. Wright and Mary Bedford vy right, died at ber home. The Box. in Greenwich Street. Hempstead, L. I., yes terday,.of apoplexy. Since the death of her mother. In January. 11(07. -Miaa V right and a younger ulster. Miss Constance Wrltrht. had lived at Hempstead Mlsa Wright was stricken on Jan. in. and was conscious only at intervals. Miss Wright's fsther was at one time United States Consul at Vienna, and she was well known socially in this city. Newport, and abroad. Her mother was heir to two fortunes from the Bedford estate of the late Lord Beresford. Mlsa Wright, who was itz years oia, is survived by a Drotner, William Wright, now In the South, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry Pennington Taller or nosiyn and Miss Constance wrlgnt. The death of Miss Wright recalls tne ef forts of Mrs. Gunning S. Bedford, a niece of the late Judge Bedford, to obtain the $uOO,0(Q estate left - by her husband by palming off an adopted child as her own. Mrs. Bedford, when arrested, confessed that she had gone to Paris, and. assuming the nom de plume of Madame B-. adopted a chili She asserted, however. that she was actuated only by humane motives, and did not adopt the child In or der to have the estate awarded her. Mr Bedford in his will had provided that if there were no child at the time of his death the estate should be disposed of vlsewnere. Mrs. Isaac M. wrlgnt received about SUO.Oiio, and Miss Florence Wright a smau portion or tne estate. - George Albert Allin. George Albert Allln. a well-known- real estate roan, who was associated with Ed ward H. Litchfield In the management of the ' Litchfield estate, which Includes among other properties the Hotel St James, In West Forty-fifth Street; the Hotel Touraine. In East Thirty-ninth Street, and the Cherbourg apartment", at Nlnety-seond Street and Central Park West, In Manhattan, and the Washington Park baseball ground in Brooklyn, died yesterday at his home, o.tMt Tnirteentn Avenue Brooklyn.: He was 6fl years old. Mr. Allln was born In this city and was educated at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. He was married In 1874 to Heloise M. Litchfield of Brooklyn. George Henry Rockwood. George Henry Rockwood. photographer. died yesterday at hla home. 330 . West Elghtyflfth Street, of Brlght's disease, after- a" long illness. Mr. Rockwood was 53 years old and was born In Troy, N. Y. Mr- Rockwood had been In business In this city for twenty-five ytars and had his Btuaio at a.3B8 jroaoway; Obituary Notea. GEORGE H. WATERMAN, first President of too Maaaachuaetta Undertakers' Aaaovlatlon and one ot the best-known undertakera In New England, died at his home In Roxbury yester day, atoa o yeara. JAMES W. HULL. Vice President of tha Berkshire Life Insurance Company, died at hla homo in Plttefleld. Maaa.. yeaterday after a long lllneaa. Mr. Hull was a member of tho State Board of Health. He waa born In New Lebanon. N. Y.. 89 yeara ago. VANIEWATER VALENTINE, for twenty yeara an a Kent In thia city of the A. L. Hnnn Bruah Company of Troy, N. Y., died at Ms home, nJJ Larayecia Avenue, Brooklyn, on lueaduy. He was 7s years old. JAMES L OBBOKNE. formerly in tha real eetate buaineaa In thia city, died auddenly yesterday of apoplexy. Mr. O. borne was born at SiiACoe, Ontario. Opt. EVERETT A. THOMAS, aired M. a widely known nverman, a tea in Bridgeport, Uhlo, yeateroay, rrom pneumonia. EDWARD L. BOWERS, one of the beat-known rewlng machine experta in the country, died in Orange, Masa., yeaterday. Mr. Bowera was l-orn In Berlin, conn., mty-rour years ao, A. C. HARVEY, 70 years old. a district pas senger agent of the ureal Northern Kaiiroaa. died from apoplexy at tha home of hla son. can ttarvey, in -a.i urange, yeateroay. DANIEL W. WARNER. 4 yeara old. died yeaterday at hla home, 7 Weat Eighty-fourth Street, after an lllneea of eeveral montha. Mr Warner had been a member of tha Pro-luce Exchange for forty yeara. HAWTHORNE HILL, for ten years aaaocl ate editor ot Tbe India RubbeS World, died auddenly at hia home In this city yeaterday mornlag. He waa born In Marlon, Crittenden County, Kentucky, April 13. 1WI. He haJ been employed on The New York World and New York Sun. - Dark Day In Rochester. ROCHESTER. N. T.. Feb. 2. The eornt Ing of day was hardly noticeable In Roch ester this morning, for heavy clouds obscured the sun. and at 8 o'clock It was almost danc. As the morning progressed the murklness continued. At noon the street cars and business houses were still lighted with electricity, the streets having all the appearance of dusk. Throughout the cltv in residences and factories lights are burning to dispel tne semi-darKness, During the night light rain fell, accompanied by thunder and lightning. Uatfl 230 P. M. South, New York MB. THOMAS E. UKH, tbe JJarrtooe mnd tfaat notice tsfemated or insertion n Tea Jfeto York rtmae tay le telephoned f isoo alryea. Corn. MARTINSON Feb. 2. SttS Eaat lOth 8t.. to Pr. aajd Mra. Martiaaoa. a dauchtar. 3?arr.fD. OAIXAHER-MOORE.-On Thursday. Feb. 2. 1!11. by the Ht-v. Dr. Arthur It. Judge, at Matthev'e Church. I.ab.11. Sutfeerlaad Moore to KriwM Yale UalbUter. KL'NTZ WK1NKR On Wedoeedar, Feb. I. 1111. Marie T.. daughter of Mr., and Mra. Alphonte Welner, tv L'Hila F. Kant a. NEESER BEEBE. Thursday. Fab. 1 at Lee-donderry Eaaion. 1.. by the Ka. Mitrirk (iavaa. Mmnle Moore Beebe te Rudelph Nhw, COLTON SEARCH. Feb, I. Adelaide P. .Search te Cecil F. Coltnn. JON fc-roOD.-Feb. 1. Helena A. Wood te f.-wh P. Jnn.a. MOSES HERN E-Fb. 1. Ladle D. Heme te Montrose J. Maeee. Coaeectlret. , HEN8HAW BCOTT. Jan. SO. Daabery, Leana A. Br -tt to Elmer E. It.nahaw. NEKE 4XRVI. Jan. , Wladaor Locks. Pan-line Corvl to Frauk Nero. Long Ieksa4. BRTTJERI-E WARD. Jan. SO, Rldgaweod. Elisabeth Ward to Caorge BrudtTle. New Jersey. BLACKER FARRELL Fea. X, Jeraey City. Jennie P. Farrcll to William J. Blacker. BRINKERIinFK CI.AKK. Feb. 1, Hu'.her- ford. Elaie M. Clark tu Jamas J. Brlnker- hoff. DOROCZ-KISH. Jaa. 30. Trenton, Roe Klea to Daniel Imrori. GREEN CAKblDY. Jaa. SO. Princeton, Bridget Cae!dv to 'hrle Ureen. HACKKTt BALDWIN Feb. I. Newark. Mary E. Baldwin to IMvId r.. Harkatt. HENDKKK80N PULLEN. Feb. 1. Trenton. Laura M Pullrn to Jamas E. Hendrk-keon. SALENDER-KOOK Jan. SI. Trenton. Katherine Rom to Martin Kalnder. EHEKRT HKAL.EV. Feb. V Jeraey City. Annie Ilea ley to John T. bh.rry. Dim. ALLIN. -On Thursday. Fab. X. ISIt. Oeorae Albert Allln. In the Mtth - year of hla asa. Funeral service! will be held St Kiron. Place i Baptist Church, Ktrong place and rsraw Ft., Brooklyn, Batureay, Feb. 4. at .2 P. M. v BERGAMINI. On Feb. . Tereea F. Berga-mlnl. : Funeral scrvlcea at tha Church of the Holy Communion ttth A, and 2th Ht.. Saturday. Frh 4, at 10:90 A. M. Kindly omit flower. BOOS. Jacob Booa. Funeral St THE, FUNERAL. CHt'RCH 2t Weat KM St. (FRANK E. CAMPBELL, BCIL.DINO.J BURTON Tuee'lav. Jan. 81, In the SHh year of hla age. Jriah Howe. Burtnn. Funeral ecrvlrea will be held at the rcllnce of hie eon. Frank V. Burt.m. 2.1 Eaat IWMh St.. nn Friday morn m a at 0:.t. Interment at New. burs. N. Y., on arrival of 11.10 train from Grand Central Hlatlon. COLOATE Betty. Infant daushter ef Crate and Marian Townaend Colgate, oa Wed Dee-day, ieb. 1. 1311. COX. Suddenly, on Thumday, F.b. . Martha Colllna. wlov of the late AHyn Cos. Funeral ' aervlcea at her late reeldrnce. '.IT Locuat Hill A'.. Yonker.. N. T., OS Saturday, Feb. 4. St S o'clock A. M. ELLSWORTH. At Puighkeenale. N. T-. Feb. 2. 1011. Kdward Ellaworth. Funeral services at hla lat residence, fieturday, ih lnrt.. at 2 .10 p. M. FULLAHTON At Dubuiue. leva, on TueadST. Jan. 1. Archibald Fullarton of New York. -In hia Slat year. Funeral eerVlcee will be held In HI. Bartholomew Chap.1. 2 Mad-tmnn Avenue, New York. Friday morning. Feb. I, at Uv30. OREEFF. Emil CJreeff ef Bonn. Germany, suddenly, in his 73th year. . , HEALY. Luke, on Feb. 1. husband et the lata Marsaret Hvaly. Nee Rrm.) Funeral i from hla late vealdence, 613 Eaat ITsth St.. on Saturday, Feb. 4. at S:0 A. M., thence to Ht. Joseph's Church, 10 A. M. Interment Bt. Raymond.. HILL. After a brief lllnees. In, this city, en K-b. 3. lll. Hawthorne Hlil. beloved hua-band of Lillian Mawyler Hill. acrt M year.. Kervter. and Interment etrtctlv nrlvat.. Mayavllle. Ky.. Loulevllle. Ky. and Marlon. I Crittenden County.) Ky., papers pleaee coov.' HOWE. At Flushing. N. T.. on Wednesday. Feb.- 1. lftll Charlotte J. A., widow of tha late Harlan H. Howe. In the Ath year f her tr. Relatives and frlenda are ra-apectfully invited to attend the funeral aervlcea at the realdence of her eon. Oeorse O. Howe. 2M 8tate tit.. Fluehlng. N. Y., "n Friday evening. Feb. 3, 1811. at 8 o'clock. KINO. On Feb. S. 1011. Maria Wllllamaon King, widow of Major Rufua King and daughter of the late Benlaajln Wlliiamaon of Ellrabeth, N. J. Funeral eervlre from Trinity Church, Elizabeth, N. J.. at 2 P. M. Saturday. Feb. 4, 1011. LUPTON. Died ouddenlv. at eraev City, on Thursday. Feb. 2, lll, Henry B. LuMon, In th Uh year cf bla mm. Notice of fu neral hereafter. - MELIUS. Ottllle. Entered Into reat, Ottilia Melius, daughter ef Ludlow L and Al-bertine Mellua. naa Heuer. Feb. 1. lull, at tha age of 6 years 2 montns. ORCUTT- Suddenly, st Baltimore. Md.. Monday. Jan.- 30. 1911. Calvin Barbrr Orcutt. axed u3 years. Funeral aervlcea at his late reeldence. J.OIV Eaat Jeraey St.. ElllH. beth. N. J.. on Friday, Feb. S. at 'I 30 V. M. PRITCHETT. At Richmond. Hill. N. T., Feb. 1 111 VII. A Ir1tcht in hr Rnth v.r Funeral aervlcea at her lata reeldence, M Johnson A v.. Richmond Hill. N. Y. . on Friday. Feb. H. at S 30 P. M. Interment private. Honeadala, Penn., paper pleas copy. ROCKWOOD. On Feb. t. Qeorg Henry, only eon of Oeora U. and tha lata Aramlnla Bouten Ro?kwood. aged 63. Funeral e-rv Icea at bla lata reeldence. KW Weat S.Vh Bt.. baturday ..vening at 8:80 o'clock. In terment at Troy, in . . RODERMONTV Jacob Bodermnd. Funeral at " THE Fl'NEKAL CHURCH." JH Weat ZM St.. IFIIANK ti. lAarSbkL BL1LU ING.) SPADER. At let Av . Highland Park. N. J. on Jan. 3t, 191 1. William V.. eon of tha lata K. T. B. ana Mary fc epaoer. r unerai a.rvlc. at hla late rcaidenee. lat Av.. Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J.. Friday afternoon. Fab. S, at 1 o'clock. Car-rlaaea will meet train leaving New lurk City at I SO f. il. STEARNS. In thia city, on Feb. 8, 1911, Amanda Akin, widow of Dr. Charlea W. Vtearns and dauchtar of the lat Judae Albro Akin of Quaker Hill. N. Y. Funeral ' at Pawling. N. Y.. on Saturday. Feb. 4. at S o'clock P. M., upon the arrival of th Harlem tram leaving Grand Central Station at 11 A. M. WARNER. Feb. . 191 1. Daniel W. Warner, eon of tbe Uta Fannie J. Woods and Kamuel T. Warner, at hla reeldence. T Weat 8Uh 8t. Notice of funeral hereafter. wivsniP.-At New Rochelle. N. Y-. Feb. 2. 1911, Oeorglna M.. daughter of tha tat Thomaa W anj jane win.nip. in nar rstn year. Funeral aervlce at her lat borne, lOS lockwood Av.. New Rochelle, N, V.. on Baturday at 4 P. M. Carrlaeee at New - Rochelle ti tat Ion. on arrival of tbe S:4 P. M. train from Grand Central Depot. Interment at to convenience of lb family.! WRIGHT. At Hampetead. Lone lalsnd. suddenly, on Fb 'i. Florence, eldajt d.ushtr or ' lute M ana aiary oeaiora rvnani. Notice of funeral hereafter. WO RST E LL On Feb. 1. Mra Abbl M. Wor-atell. widow of the late John P. Worateil. Services at ber 1st realdance, )1 Weat Slat Bt. Saturday, I F. Mu Interment private. ' AUERBACH. Carrie, 12d Weat 117UI at., rb- BALDWIN. Frank 8., 431 Weat 121st Bt, Jaa. 1. agaa BAUST. Adam. Sr., 634 Eaat 6th HI.. Feb. I, . cru IX runerai lo-nwrrirw, t.av BR ADT.-Catharine- A.. S.447 Valamtin Av.. Bronx. Feb. 1. Funeral aotle Uter. BROBCH.-Joha. I, d Av.. Fh. I- Fuaerel M.l.a I. far Bt'KTINO. Mary" P., Fte. I. ag4 L runerai 171 sin av. CLIFFORD. James E . 14 Eaat KM St.. ro. Vnral MllT. B KO A. M. CX)NNOR.-Wrldet T-. alt Arn.t.r4am Av.. DELLECJAR- Edwin B.. Feb. L Fanaral 904 -IrrVt.T'wV7-SV. J... L GRKt OvZtTA"l-i4li.l W-IStk Bt.. Feb." L Gu-Bu'asaV-fiieu, at.. at. HARTZTm D4,b-8t.. Fab. L Fa- LEVY. Morris. 6 Kaekmaa Plac. Jan. 81. Fu- LOVELOCK Margaret, tl Mrtoa tK.. Fee. 1. Funeral to-norrow, 10 A.-M. -McOORtACK--JobB J , S Mortoa Ht.. Fab. L 1 nrall lJVia jr. w ' aaa axa- MILMORE. Falrtck W... 4W Et 1C 8t-. Jan. 31. Funeral to-day. o ; J4-. MoSBeckle. M Weat SaMh at.. eb- U Sg4 aa. Funeral to-4ar, 10 A. M. KrttpicKEMwIia r.. sss loth av.. j... SI ased e. Funeral to-day. If. M. fyBRiNAnnla a . W rYo. Aw Broaa. ?: r, lrw , V uMail. oj vn. QU mSSW L WqIa .-Ellsssais A.. Jt SI- riera. 171 fXT AN. Michael L. Wet M at. Tea, L CHSrc. SSS-Wawt 4M Bt.. J gTAHLiRkSrd C.j Jan. a SO. Fu neral serrlce 1T1 t6 At. --. .... TATLORCfcar.ee R-. IS BXIford ft-. Ja. II. iaed 4T. Funeral te-day. f P. M. ZrRMt;HLF.N.-Beaedlct . Nw 1 . jaa, mx, mtm - At - - - Brwwhtya. ANO I S -Caroline. st4 Stirling Place, Pee. L Funeral private. Bic hi- LT Ueorte L, 14 Neleen SL. Peb. L' Kuiteial tn-utorrew, A. M. II1U.L.L1II;Lh -riartra. l.iCt 7tk ft., Feb I. aaed 73. Funeral -day, 1P M, FRANKKN. Iiora. tt Vwth Av.. Keb. I, nerd 70. rua.nl lo-mnri... I JO T. M. OKK.T'lr K . 144 Mtuyvaaaat Av.. Jan. SI. Kuneral ntivate. GEOIUJK. -Genrf. II. A.. S Haves place. Jaa. at. aiird 4U. Kuneral to-morrow OOI.DH1 KIN.-Minna. Mi Houtb Mb Bt., Peb. 1. Kuneral t-. y, o A. M.,-GltAMHP. Hinjinu, 14 f-.nnaylvaala Av., Peb. t, aM if. 'orr.l te-aay. HOKTUN Henry P.. 7 Urove St., Feb. t, 1 an. runerai notice later. JOH:CNKN.-lternard. 7rt4 4 let gt.'Tab. L Funcrai to-day. t P. M. KANL.-l .tar. Ji4 M-nry Ft., Jaa. St. ' Fa- neral te-morrow. :ut A. M. LOMi -Jinw. t. Mjry'e HoapliaL Feb. L Funeral to-morrow . M r. M. MclMjvt ELI tm. p., 1M Clarkaoa at., Feb, 2. aa4 37. Funeral aerrlce to-morrow. at A TU It A. Pofar A., lit Park Av.. Feb. L Funeral to-murmv. IM p U OSBORU Adolf, sal Stuyveaant Av . Feb. L ased ea Funor.l ..tvi-. le-morrew. OTTO.-Iliaa. SIS Mnffat "t., Jan. (I. aH Futcral to-day, P. M BAY. Martha A.. X2A Marlboreufh Read. rb. S. aaed 72. Funeral Feb I RICHARDSON. Ear M . S3 South Ox feed ft. Jan- SI. Kuneral to-day. V VAN ZANDT.-Ann. Sa Carroll gC. Fab. Funeral notice later. -, Cwa sect teat. ADAMn -Stanley B , Broad Rreek, Jan. ft, ard St. RKi ut -rink nr mmttnrA av.k BCRR Anna F . Creeatleld lilll. Fabl L ag4 DOKM. Helen S.. New Britain, Fab. L aa4 77. Funeral to-day, . P. M. DRORFRU.-Clar M , Hartfori. Feb. L Ptl- n.ral te-day. . 10:.) A M. HORTi iN. Matilda H.. New Haven. Jan. BL aaed II. HOYT.-Mary E Norwalk. Feb. 1. Fuaeral lo-nwrrsw, ll:W A. M LAW80N Amanda. Houthport. Jan. eX ag4 4-1 Funeral to-nv-irrw. S P. M LEFFCRTH Kmlly E. liethel. F.b. L Sf 72 Funeral lo-dav. 12 lil P M. KdiONALD Itrlns.t. Rrl.frt. Feb. 1. F rieral f morrow. jo A. M. MA DA It. Mary, BiMeeport. Jan. SI. OLKSON. John N.. Irfr, Jan. tl, SgM Tt Funeral to-dav. t P. M PETtRSON.-Elof, J Kit be St. Hartfor. . Keb. I, ased 39. Funeral to-morrow R.UPSELT.. Jehn B . Ston.y Cre.k. Jaa. IL aed fa. K neral to-morrow, t F. M SANKt RI Vlralnla H, Hartf-ed. Feb. I. aard IS montha. Funeral to-4ay. S F- M. SAN KURD. Joel B . I'anbury, Jan. SI. ad no SHAW Dawaon. Hartford, F.b. 1. afad M- Kineral to-uv, 2 ut . M 8CHEFK1.KK Kdward J.. Whltneyvtlle. Feb. I. afd 47 Funeral to-day, 3 M P. M KHl'UK Bernard tl , 37 l'leaaaat St., Hartford. Feb. 1. eyd M TOni.K. Alice R., 841 Cedar st , New Haven, Feb. 1. TUCKER. Henry V . Kea.lnaton, Feb. 1. aged 10. Funeral to-day. II A. M. tang l.leod. BAKOWEKI.-Jhn. Maetthr Jan 81. BOYLE Thervea C, tvhlte.tone, Jaa. It, aed to ERIC K WON. Frlcai U, Bldgrwood. Jan. SL aed a month. FAI.t-ON Hcrnard. nr.. Rorkaaay Beach, Feb I. Funeral to-morrow. 10 A. M. GORDON. Annte. Olendale, Jan. al. asd M. 1IAYKS John P., T Davla Kt , Ixtig l.land CHy, Jan SI. Fungal tt morrow. HELRI1 Charlea, Long leland Clly, Jan, St. af-4 44 7-EWIi Catherine. Jamaica. Jan. SI, ed . McOREGOR Eleanor. Jamaica, Jaa. 81 age4 7 month. NICKF.L.-Hermlnla O. L., Glrndale, Jaa. 11, ait'd 44 I PA U K K. John, Corona Jan. SI, seed 75. SEHOR Knale, Xio Altert St., Long (alaa4 City, Jan. SI, aged a nonth.. REID-Fanny A.. Lons Island City. Jag. SI, a red 3d SMITH. Walter M.. Jamaica, Feb. 1. egad 7ft. Funer to-day, TILLKOY Annie. 13 South William St., Astoria, Jan. 81, aged 73. New Jeraey. AIKEN. Florence A.. Hsckaneeck, Jaa. IL a.ed a Funeral private. BEKHBCRO. Mathlaa, I'ennlngton, Feb. 1. Funeral to-morrow, private. BE!.!.. George H . New Hron.wlrk. ' Jaa. 81. Funeral to-morrow, .Ki A. M. BRKN NAN. Willis in, 3t2 3d 8t, Jaraey City. Frh. 1. BRIDKN Henry. 114 Ogden S . Newark. Feb. 1. Fun.ral lo-o.y. 1 P. M BURDKTTE- Benjamin. Rutherford. Jaa. St. aaed 7. - . CAIRNB.-Prldget.. Harrison. Feb. 3. Funerel nolle later. COO LA H A N M lrhse A-. I2 Bright t.. Jr-ey City, Feb. 1. Funeral to-muirw, t AM COKTEI.I.O Mary E, 804 Mulberry Bt., Newark. Feb. 1. COX. Walter P., Orange. Feb. 1. Funeral private. CACRIA Romano. -'Eaat Newark. Feb. L aaed 4. KunerM to-day, a a. M- tVKMX K rtr.ti Margsrri m . Buninm.ii, .Tan. 8!, aged Hit. Funeral to-morrow, 1 P M FLANAGAN Mary. 12.1 Pnruce Nt., Newark. Feb. 1. Funeral to-iiierriw, S.SU A. M. FREEMAN -Mary E..TJovar. Feb. 1. Funeral to-dav, 3 V. P M. . GRAHAM Matthew. West Holxtken. Jaa. 81, aged ;. Funeral to-da'. 3 P. M. HANDLON. Arthur A.. Kearny Feb. 3, ageg Funeral to-morrow, 3 P. M HOWARD. Charles J . 8.1 Kearney At , Jeraey City, Keb. I. Funeral to-dar. ft A. M. HUGIiF.M Ell T. Trenton. Feb . JOHNCON Charlotte. Newark, Feb. t. Funeral to-day. 2:i P. M. . JOHNSON. Elltabeth B.. Trentoay Jan. 1 8L Funeral prUate. KUFHNE fiernard. Lonla. Feb. 1. aaed SB. Funeral aervlca to-morrow. LATHAM Thomaa W., Trenton, Jan. 81. Pa-neral private. . . . LYNCH. --John f.. Plalnfleld. Jan. 81. Fu-neral to-day. S.O A- M. ' MARSH. Amelia K., Elisabeth, Jan. 81. aged SB. O'PRfFV Sarah J , Paterenn. Jan 81. O'KKEKE John, 143 Hrunawlrk rt . Jersey Cltv, Fb 1. Funeral Feb. ft, 3 I. M. PLANT Brideet. Pateraon. Jan. 31. SERVIftn. Ellwond, Hojth River, Jan. tl. Sg4 41. Funeral to-1ay. 9 .To A. M. HHERRILI- Kate K . Jersey City. Jan. 81. WHITE. Robert. 8Sa Cheeter Av, N.w.rk. Jan. 81. Funeral to-morrow, ft 30 A. M. ' WHITTY -Ellen, 1CJ Marshall Bt., Petersen, Jan. 81. WILHOV. Oertrud M., M North .th St., Newark. Feb. I. aeed RT. Funeral F.b. B. WTTTEL. John !.. a- Bergen at.. Newark. Feb 1. aged B2- Funeral o-morrw. WVLFF Emille, Hackenagck. Feb. 1. ageal an. Funeral to-morrow. 2 30 P. M ZIMMERMAN. Marl i Union HMI. Feb L Sged 71. Funeral "o-morrow. 3 M p. M. New York tale. DARROW Chloa H. Shrub Oak. Jen. tl, aged S9. Funeral to-day. 3 P. M. MA BLEY. George T.. New Rochelle, Fb. 1, aged 4. Funeral private. NEELY. Sarah, Newburg, Jan. 81. aged 72. RAIL! NO. John, Klng.lon. Jan. SL aged T8. SNYDER Lucretta S., Rhlnebeck. Jan. SL aged 77. Funeral to-day, 1 P. M. Tti ajfmorfam. ARCHER In constant losing remembeanee of H.lea Louie. Archer, who departed to ber heavenly horn Feb. 3, 1910. I NDFRTAKFRS. FBANK E. rAMPBKI.L 341-848 A'e fad. Cbapela. Aaabulanca lUf.u-e. Uii Clialat. I.L. U 1 ... 4 g lM St. 'Pkaee ItU 4 S. 175 St. 'Pkaee lilt MaH. Olsemt ttlke. Imnktl, JGHO n. Lf Jfl CEMETERIES. THE WOODLAWN CEMETERY Is easily ereeaelhl by Harlem trala front Grand Central atatlon.' Webater and Jerome Avenue trelleye, and by carriage. I -eta 114 up. Telephone (HiJ -tltrnticy) for Books ef Vlewa or rrreaenlatlve- ,, OFICI! IB EAT 8JD T.. Tt. T. CITY. SPECIAL HOTirEg. Oa and after thia date I ahall not be raanengl. ola lor anybody's ebla eacevt mv p.a v "O"' c H KC7CI1AM. Butlers and Footmen ,: C These servants are wor: than useless unless they are fully competent to fill their positions. C You can find the experienced ones of quick intelligence most readily by looking; In the Situation Wanted columns of The New York Times, where thoroughly trained men " advertise in order to reach the best class of employers In the quickest way. , READ THE NEXT TO THB LAST PAGE. ,

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