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THE MACDOWELL CHORUS
A Performance of Liszt's "Le?
gend of St. Elizabeth."
it Osmegle Hail last night the Mae*
i..,?.!! chorn gave a performance of
? *. half opera, n-iif oratorio, en
lltled Oi St. I'.hzab. th." l'or
v..--, sen announced that the per
1.1 m at ? the tirst in New York.
. biet mt. rest
? i Illustration Of the fact. Iouk
menti .t on, that the
at Ion of to-.i.iv is prone t" think that
. p. i:. ,i r. fon it came ?-.pou the
ami that nothing formerly
bllltj have been
? ?-..v\ Ksp. ?
ally is tins ti... of aea organisations and
from ksal nlsht'a
i ? tio:m.,i,-, being the Bret performance of
k In X? w fork, u waa a! l.-ast
?. mir i ii th< Bo ougl of Manhattan and
what la now the - Ity
o Sen v.tk The Deutscher Uederkrans
? tned it m ?! it two or
? ?? Bre Pebrus
? ? .... t.,1 t.. the ?'oni?
on i ?ecen I yN,i the year
? .????- the matter is la
: on Of our
st has hap
: make liptit ot the
can have the
On the prenent
uMra! culture In th. Untied
? ?n e of i foM alngers,
effect of open
I ?- ron Igs friends to
? ? tk>n? bul that
Institut lot < mette- of cultural
hen Itled rapt
Ion), which has
n for more th?n a century, win
? WOUld Seem, penetrate Hi. fOT
con ? ' ? ? v S8 of crea? sing?
rbarlans ;n New
krew- aboul music? That Is the
-.,,.!f|r on ?be subject, and as
... loes not seem any means at
nge It Even the visita of
good, for. having
rvest they howl
tbr. for? k is '*r,n'<
It bei been foi -
t ii ought no1 to
. ,.. ... r. i \ irons singing society,
Ita conductor wrote
t |e? for s V irnal dellberatelj
ted men (for whom he
... k We
... ltd al out
n't recall his
... doesn't i tt?
? nbout an deep an in
? ian capita]
to hla happj drinking
... ... '.t he had ?i e op
certa of 'be
-? to do
? III be
f ? ? <:'h* to
- I - chhig th'- music
t . pa--t
i .- e "St. Elisa
? ? ; it is likely to be a
e heard again
ga ve th? ftrst occa<
,-, t>-r oratorio or re
opera, s to look upon
it ? ? ? Instance
I | for a I
? >.. w art burg on v usual i*.
' ? eighth cen
?nd in honor of
.? , ompli ted, of the
w her,, t' .
?? at hi Id snd
? ?- ? ountrj -
thin It true,
i I'esth and
.. ? . Wart
' z ...
? I ai ' ? Wart
I and been
? ? .. -. ? d
' read and ? the pool
I drlvi '
? had be
at Marpurg in ?hi h siv
il color to tin
irUei In the
1 foui .
n i he third
.. . ....
t?, ii,. in
(though tbl? belong to the Moiy of "Tann
and sgna profli might res ill
POm S < ?>n?.?u,!., i,,ii of th.- mixture of
Magyar m?lodie , Gregorian tune- and
Llssl's own in.-i??,i- ,r\.. tloni m ru?- acore
I But Inclination t? Indulge one* sell in
these thlngi duumleara eft? listening to a
performance of th? work. I?ong ago a full
gen? ration ago, lie admin ..t con?
, eh ??i th?- Idea tim the best was i ?
? | f.. work, which they profess Is
think s inaaterptee! would be to emballlali
,t wttb scenery ?rhlch should suggesl the
? ? and redolence ol tha Thurlnglsn
foresta the chivalry of the Crusadera
and tii?- pomp of a momantoui caths
Atjd as as opera tha
work has been performed in Vienne
and elsewhere, aid as ?m opera it arse
made a feature of the recent oentennlal
celebration In Budapest. Bui bow acenery
and costumea could make Llast'a insipid
- tie dramatic was not made plain by
last night's perfortuuice, which shone most
refulgent in its citerai paaaagea. Those. In?
deed, were high!? creditable to tha Mac
I'nwcii chorus which san^ with refreshing
? gor, precision and euphony throughout
and was superbly supported by the Phli
harroonk Orchestra. There was as great
a verisimilitude <?i dramatic expression sa
the music would allow, also. In the rinsing
of Mr. Whltehlll (La?ndgrSVfl Ludwig and a
Hungarisn msgnste), and Mr. Blass (Land?
grave Hermann and the SSBMSChkl); but
Misa Rennyeon tailed to create any dra?
matic Illusion whatever a.- th?- heroine,
? hv her declamado:: Of her ?TOlCe, BUd
ntlmentallt) of ths werk ami its mo?
notonous . olor palled on raanj long befor?
the end of the oratorio was reached. The
oth?r parts were sung by Miss Rosalie
VVIrthlln (Landgravln? Sophia), Miaa Ethel
Patu ?be child Elisabeth), and Miss Bonjs
MedVen (th< ?luid Ludwig). Tic-re was ..
?:ti. auiii. nc? in attendan(*e, and many cord?
ial expreastoni of approval for Mr. Schind?
ler, his thric? admirable eliorua and (?'
tx assunMd) th? oedMStra. !f. E K
;M!SS FARRAR IN "TOSCA"
: American Soprano at Her Best
in Difficult Part.
Ml?i ? ? Hi Parral. viih her old
a new li.it and a in | Bang
U ? nicht for the flral time this
aid a Mon.!;,? nigh! audience of
. i! brilliancy turned oui to w.
America'a most popular soprano. When,
two seasons a?... kflsa Parrar announced
? Tosca" was to ' , led to her ?
tory, the wls. ones shook their head
shook them even harder when she
v rth Into the Church of Ht.
? i Delia Valle, .1 petulant beauty
idru' of the Roman actress'f char
. w? '?? ..s the i that
?i her fair Im ad.
Hut since then Miss Pfcrrar hai grown
older, and her plumea no longer wave no
defiantly. Her Ideas, too, have crystal?
lised, and her Impersonation last nigh! ob?
served a unity of Impression that sraa
absent rlui first two seasons In thej
part Noi thai Misa Parrar la aa yel the
Ideal tragt " of Bardou'a imaKininu.
for it was In the comedy of the first act
that sh< showed to greatest advantage; but
in he? ? with Bear] then
l?j am ?. ? ? ? ng of i tort un d w<
.soul ' she had gained In fa? I
press!' the elabora d thi Una '
-is of detail had grown firmer and
more authoritative. Prom th? Ideal Manon
to t1 e Ideal Toses is h ?one. long road, and
two seasona will scarce!) accomplish It. t,
- n thank! I that Ml?? Parrar ha
the diM. nee that she baa
Antonio B ottl was. ol course,
n. *<?;? Ii ' gi in 1 he
? triUmpl in? over tl |
Rcarpia l ;.' ara none thi
? 'table Time has dimmed
the brilliance of Mr. Scottl'i tones, bul hia
Incisive, is pn gnanl
with ' 'on. a" fineh ariato
erntie as when his VOict was In Its prime
Mr Martin's (Tavaradossl la one of bis
: I it parts, and be made the moal of it hist
his voice belnp stronti and clean
ted v anecia! word of praise should
b? added to Mr Pinl .I fo hia ant
Impersonation of the ajg rl ? u
Mr. Toscanlnl directed thi orchestra and
in some bid'len mannet ontrived t.? brine
sautlea scarcely auapected in the
acore But this If becoming a habit with
Mr Toscanlnl. Bo It waa that i erj o i
bad a pi- ,iaanl evening, a.
? kiisa Parrar'a voice had r
I etter, and thai she I ad ?r
? . ? ? i fitted
.hi of the
audience were there to see m
?here :s not n uch use of ado ng mon i v.
eept that t
oti'<-r world "Papa" Sardo i ? ibal Ij Mnlled
the thi jeune fllh
r In his ' Toi - i "
PARK POLICEMAN DIES.
tjawrence Qulnn, ?* membei of the police
? la ' morning in
Hie i|r llness.
H?. uffered from eaneer of th? s toma h,
malned on dutj until Novei
wh< : e bad ?" go to t ?."imn,
who was known to almost every rider and
driver in O ntral Park ched to t h?
Amena! station as s patrolman for
' ?is born In 1840 and I
n i.-1 of the polit-A force twent) eigl I
.. ,. -.., ga] i M 68th
MOSLEM JEWELS BRING $1.398,000.
The sail of the Jeweb of
ftbdul Ibim.U ei B litan Ol Turk.-y. ?
? ;? ? Picture > !
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BROOKLYN PASTOR CALLED
The Rev. L H. Hough Accents Pastor?
ate of Baltimore Methodist Church.
The Rev Lynn Har?
old I1< of S mn erfli
I baa ai cepted a call I
? Mount Vernon Place Methodist
i ? ? ? wealthii t Met!
Ill- ad ?planee
; ? | ... laki this
at? ?? ? . \pi ,i. ii]
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Ueetlni lew York TI H tal
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'.. ..: . I I'tlMifi
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* ? in \i iBon;
? ?!? ? ? nur
and in ''on
and H ... i;,,?. N loli
i ?*>-i Mi' . immai ulata
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I THE DRAMA
"A Mixed Marriage," Acted by
the Irish Players.
Tin Irish Players' experiment on Sew
? ork proceeds it is to n?- hoped. Is Iba
liking of those interesting artists. i~?^t
night they changed the programme again,
and to-night, to-morros afternoon and nicht
they ?m repeal it. The phase bow shown
is "Mixed Marriage," i>\ St. John >'? Br
rins. its four acta are as shori as two
ordinary a?'ts or the usual Broadway play.
And then' are Other differences There's
a good ?I? al of fiank talk about the Wla?
tiona between CsthoUcs and Protestants in
the North of Ireland, and elsewhere In this
roundabout sjtorld, and the purpose of the
play Is tO Illustrate those relations, fay,
around Belfast That talk la not only
frank, bul refreshing, it need not startle
any timorous American mind, unless it he
thai ef the gentleman who was snocksd
by the ankles in "The Playboy. '
There is not much n*?* In discussing
whether oi ne the stag?? is the pisca lo
BtSIl thoughts in a crowd, for it is one of
the purpOSea Of the irlstl Players. an?l Of
tha Irish drama by them expounded, to
?I iri thought, and plenty of it. and t.. ke. p
II in \ihration. They sre audadoos enough,
three Players, to believe that the theatre
should have some f dation to the thought of
tha society that is called upon lo auppori it
ThlS, to some ,,ulte bOnSSl SOOlS, Will be
mystery dark and deep BUI nevor mind.
"Mitf'l MsrriSgs" is. as drama, a place of
alight construction, bul last night's audi?
ence testified by laughter ami applause to
sin'-ere appreciation what is sttracttva m
playera is the revelation they give of
IrlBb Ufe an?) character, life and character
wonderfully unlike the fustian that has
heen ?jerved up f.>r many years to the pr?s*
??m pugalemenl or a publl? which see*
s, mething qui'? unlike anything it was
; ? pared for. It Is dOUbtfal 1f there are In
New York an many persons as there are In
Dublin who tak?- stag?- playa and stage
p'aytng aariously, bul there may be moro
!f these Irish actors stay lotiK enough an?)
lend I hand. Airead) their easaOfl has
'?en longer, and presumably more prosper?
OUS, than thai of a compan" which called
itself native, a-id Aiiich may have hern so
T.ast night's perfo-manre terminate,? \>it'i
Lady <;rei?ror\'s "Workhouse Ward." oik
of the most amusing things these plsye -:
do and one which they ?lid a week ' '" two
nsr, Thursday night they will change
again, giving the "RNtng of tho Moon. '
"Birthright" snd "The Jackdsw " It
would \?- s errat convenience to thi chron?
iclers of plays, and to otheSs wh?> make It
., point to s> e these actors more than once,
if the Irish Players would put first on their
programmes the it,uns which ?re n? w to
their New York performances. Thun
Friday night, they would son? theli i ??
purpos? better If "Blanco Posnet" were ?? -
Ii \,,\ .|.: the lasl piece and "Hyacinth Hal?
vey" permitted t.. rome into the mlddk ? '
th?- bill. That night by the ?a/a; Byng i
"Shadow oi th fl n" will have the first
I \FT OP vim J, M \t:f ?4G1
i -\. tttur Binrlalr
>. ? H -, i ... Bars Allgoo
Murr ... i '??Jileen N
Hugl t: linej .' M Kerrigan
? I Ma- i f. A. 0*Rot -'?
?asi OP "THE WORKHOUSE WARD."
Mik? ?i. ?? ? \-- n Bin? laii
Mlehae Mlikt . ft?-.! O" Donovan
Mr? I???; oghoi Blleen O'l
GRACE LA RUE IN '-BETSY"
New Comedy with Music Given
at U?p Herald Square.
\<= the la' ??(! natured andiene?!
potmed slowly forth from the oblique doors
of the lierai?! ^<iuare Theatre last nicht a
vigorous young toan ^ag standing behind a
tah!''- full of songs, shouting lustily that
'all the big song hits of the hest pew
operel ta 'Betsy' w* re Iheri for
''Laughter snd Love," "Snoop, Bnoop,"
' ? >n ?> Vol? .-'.i "Th< great success,
l>!. a- | L-OVt I ? t\ uf tUCCeSS follOW*
mg -" hOtl; "p. n th" fall of the t'uial cur?
tain brings shame on sll former Ideas of
<.i?/oi Before the echo of the last tune
has m ngled e/lth the catt? "f In? carriage
man outside you .?r?- nbie to knoa whethei
the play you have attended the ehrist? It g
of has "caught on" or not! Can th? c!1
if ip,..ri ever do better than this"
if the little irr ? ? ? "com? dj *? Ith
music" did noi show rera?at??dl> so man?
of smateurisl n? m In us wording ??nd
tage business It would be quite Interesting
? Ketsy" tries to be something more ? t>at- ;?
vsrietj show. I? lias a genuine story, and
? ?? to ' without I he interpolations ?>f
whirlwind dancers, swimming pool
ides or aeroplane fantasies. Tl < ??
night In thai Is n?>t al I? ssi '1rs:
cousin i?> the plot Bets) Is s wldon an
American widow, it Is stated, although
':?? does is not necessarily charso?
? tl? Her wealthy husband lefl a will
that provided for bis wife liberally, bul
that if she marry sgaln her second
husband must p. an American. If he is
? ..i she a !'i foVfeli lier lega? B
; a? -. t her heart on a coronet.
in order lo achieve hei ambitions she
goes through the form of marrying some
? om she plan ? t?. dlv? rce si on ???
1 ;. ? .. ond but nan?! iiiu^ honestl
American, her third ?;?n be a coronet, snd
-till the legacy will be hers, Bui the fails
?n love with the dummy who-, on'' virtue
al flrsl w a -? thai he was an American, and
. di | \-' I, then wai nothing new j
a ?" i| that.
I.a line kept lier audience inf. ?
Bhe has a good many little way- thai ;
? i lire watching Her vide- ha ome boo?!
r, .-. - and she Is tun? ful. Her gowns, which
eslgned hei If, were ill rathci worth
looking Bl .i litt!? ' ion so I i usual ;
Us Rue ei Identlj has ideas.
Lsng< pan of Abalonl, ;? I
op? a more serious |
;,it. .pp. at real Inging than I ii lall)
heard In musical comedj ai pr?s ni and
at actli g too, '? ' that matter Robert !
Dempster, as the -? ??? ond husband nn?l mu?
sical genius, cam? a l In two such diff?rent ;
make-ups thai i ? rd scog cable, .
( -i ?? u as )?? .- and the oi her
? fl it Strange to say, and noi a. cot.I- '
order, hi appears
i .i? '? fn m '?? social point of vi? ir, had
- ? ?I after i he ev.-t,t, al?
irtlstli ami pe? . on?
? ? lake "Bets sll sjether
s. riousl ''? wund re? mu? h s th?
:i w. re the Aral muai? al coi h afr.
n Kelletl ' and the Messt - \v:il
r end Alesand? ? had ? r? i ? ri t -
i, n. Mr l'ii.m.i.? r i i. (,k and th? lyi les
w. B. Jol nstone 1 ad the tru?
, r ,-.,r' efforl 'i !.?? musii In i
erved bettei arordi B] the ?.? . why
Luc le l?rter ?
i ? . r--? .. v ? Humain*
Ha< n II
la?p?-i Mal or;
H ri Elluite*il Kll .. i: ?
?.ti ii I....I
Vhalonl ... lui
IRVING PLACE THEATRE
i . 11 Ini l'lai ? Tin ,,ii ?? storl coi
produced i.<si nlghi ? pis i v II i sn
NI | ha beei runnlnt
, .. tnii- i.n.. nu.ntmi pas! In Bet lin.
m is . aliad ' Taifun ind la an attempt b
.i, i h lot Lent lo delvi Into II.? s?
, , ni msdi 'n .. i'n n - it Ina ha ??
, , ,, .<M j .n . ..m itic o, lalls and In?
genadtJes of plat i<- mock asare Prencfc
The piece detecta the nnsuccaasful stmK
gja of a Japanese sortotoartcsl Inveatlastor
to wrestle with the ? ouiplhatloHM of Kuro
pasa I Ivlliz.atloii He e?mes to Parla on a
hieb mission to sift from Western . uiturc
Ifj mo-1 available Ideas and tal..' them
bach to the orient. Hut ii. ?eis entsugled
with a Parisian den?-mondaine and wfien
ii ,-nines lo choosing between her or his
work, he shows the white feather. He trh
tu shake her off, ami thus deeply wounda
her vanity, "n<i th.n when he soften* she
turns on him. reviles him and enrages hltn
ho that be strsngles her.
His friends Cd another .Japanese t?> pose
as the slaver, iind tlie deception work?
Bui h.- la anaqual then-after t<> going ahead
With his ta.sk. and makes away wiih him
? i'(. after losing tOUCh with most of
former stol.al Japanese ideal?.
The play I:-- Strong, and It wal effeetlvel
presented last night. Erich Ehrhardt
l'h.ten was admirable a?, the Japanese It
vesUgatOT, Snd Miss <'lementlne von POtl 1
Wai convincing as the deml-mindaine wen
drove Mm m desperation Mr iittlert was
ezcellenl in an eeeentric iar?. The pleca
Is a little too lonK. .>ut I? well vorth see?
The OSSI ?as:
?"APT Of "TAf 'IV ?'
I'r Kaokats Toi<er?nt.> v.n.h ?3iriiarst-PlatM
T.?) h Votlilkawa Oil* Ma'?
Jyeraaa Kobayashl. tintai Robert
.ii."?. Hlrooari.. . Ojeen vv Psbsl
i" Bhetkwa Dinarl. Eugen Keller
Hasan; Von,mo. .loi?ph Krnal
It K'gln Kltarnatn. \\ |lh. pfaffliau??!'
Dr. Theodon Inipont.Rmll Berla
Charle* laniard Belnak). ,Otto Ottb. I
Helen? Larorh?.i-|?mentln? \nn Peth!
Th<re*n Meuater.Lottl Diener
? - - lents? ?. Chi lat?an Bub
VertheMlger. Paul D
I'nllncl?. her. ..Ralph Woedeljy
sehrlftftthrer.t Tan aro
Kin 'Jra'-liitorener.Hud DnTlnc
nerlrhtadlenei .i^iui. Praetnrtu?
Dl- liattin I'uponl? . Una Ha'n?'!r.
MAXINE ELLIOTT IN ENGLAND
Guest of Duke and Duchess of
Rutland at Belvoir Castle.
I Bv i-ghlc to Th? 7 rllviTi.?. |
London, Dec. IL?Misa Maxlne r-.iiiott.
?ho Is n frerpient visitor to ?he homes of
British nobility, has. It la stated, gone to
Belvoir Csstle as the guesi of the riuv.
and Dochesa of Rutland, and will appear In
Christmas theatricals si the caatie.
AT THE WINTER GARDEN
Mme. Mella Mars Makes Her First
New York Appearance
With .-?i annoum ed policy of presenting
the Continental idp?i of variety II ws
ural that the management of ?be winter
'?ar.i. ii should sooner or biter put on its
programme an exponent of th. in of speak
IHK sonus-slnce that att has reached its
highest development on th.- Continent
Whether the transplanting "f auch an ex?
otic as a diseuse fu.m ti,., more temp?ta
mental atmosphere of Buropi ??> th.. ciare.
glitter and ragtime of Broadway can be
effected without an appr?ciable loss in the
quality that makea for success may be de?
batable, but .ertaln it Is thai Mme M, il..
Mu.?, win. made her lirst New Vork ap
pearance at ?ho Winter Harden las? night,
seemed not only in at e*?..-. but ai,,0 out of
pia.e. Perhaps the ? ?|,. st;lKr H.l0 IarK.
auditorium vv..re responsibll for that back
"f the feeling ?t Intimai ? a hk n la -?> m c
eseary to sn Intelligent appreciation of ih?
M?ne. Mar:-. In her three offerings dl
played considerable versatility and drs
mat ii for?, in the rir.i. "The Three Gam
biers,' a recital in Oermas deacriUag ?he
Ultimate Victory of Heath ovr Youth and
Power, she was most at home To ?.,
Vlenuese the kuaguage aave t!,e greatest
or? ? ? for trat.-:, axp esarion The
inner :<leetlons were |n English, Mm
M.irs ?iskinK eery prettily the Indulgence of
idienee for any Ungulstli shortconi
Inga, "ih" Leal Penny," a pathetic effort,
parhapa a trifle exaggerated, but in
th" rendition of w hi trier's "Barbars
. hie the dlSOUSe was dramaileally
Convincing. The inUSle f..|- all Ihrer. se|r..
tlons l" the work of M. Hela LaSSk) Who
accompanied Mme Mar? a?- th? piano
NEW BARYTONE GIVES RECITAL
Clifford Loft Proves Merit to Audience,
That Should Have Been Larger.
?rii. re was a song recital at th.- I.
Theatre yesterdaj afternoon tli.it desi v..:
?i larir? r attendance it v\.,- given by i'ltf
ford Lott, a barytone, who made his initial
appearance befen th.. New York public.
Though M? Lott's v..].-. la not a large
one, nor op.. that possesses any particular
sensuous beauty, be used II with much
tastl and discretion, snd, in addition, his
powers of Interpretation Wen <on.sld.rahb.
Excellent, too, was hi? enunciation both
ill English and Herman
His programme opened with Handel's
"Hear Me. Ife Wind? and Wavi no! the
. i ,if -' lections bul glvi n by the
nger with tine affect Then caune Carla
Iml'a "Vlttorla" and Beethoven'i "Crea
tion Hymn.'' followed by a group of songs
luhert, Schumann, Jensen, Prans and
I edally effective waa Mr. Lott'a sing?
ing of Jensen's "Murmuring Zephyr,"
which be ?ave with admlrabh gradation
of phrase. ;? virtue which had received em?
phasis In Brahma's "Die Mainacht." In
hliort. Mi f.ott proved himself an artiat
,.? .-inter?- m.-rit. and one whom In the fut?
will be i pteasuie t.. heat
i-'rank Bherldao, Malcolm Williams snd
M i., i Starr have been - ngaged by I. B
Sire lot Important parta In "The Btranger."
which will op.-:! ;?t the Bijou December ?1,
with Wilton Lackaye In ? a titli roll
Lawrence R? a, a ho p?a; i P Im s Ca? lo
in The Quaker Girl' ->t th? Part Theatre,
and who retired from ? t few weeks
. ,,,, account ol lunes? overed
?ml .unid the ? ompan night.
i ng? i. v, bo h.
adaptai "i. of The Martonetti - ;
|n Am. in .' at the Lyceum
;,n, i, .vin. Alls Kaximova, arUI have
Misa i i.--- r, a h?- is
under thirty years old and an American
alrl, haa made ? ? ; "
? ,lK piayi m the v. i
land - '"?'"!> "f sal v. playi
ONE WEEK THEATRES.
?i | .. ,. rival of "i I - Te.
? at thla w? i. called
forth a largi ' ? *?? ?"
,1,. ,,, -t performam . ? of the are? I K it?
, ,. ,ton , version ? I lhe plaj a is foil
u (i. , mi Opera Hou - an unusual!)
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THOMAS BALL DEAD
Well Known American Sculptor
Was in His Ninety-third Year.
Thomsa Pan, th- ttii known Americsn
aculptor, died yesterday morning at the
hone of hla son-in-law. William Couper,
h: P?o, IOS t pper Mountain a\?nuc, Mont?
clair, N .1 Mr. Ball tell In hla room on
Hovcmbor -!>. The injury *n ksslf was net
serious, bol owing to tin? sculptor'S ad
valued ase ?t caused ?* greai weakening
of ids physical i*ondltlon, and he gradually
sank yesterday m?>r;ilns-. aft?r a long
ilumber, he awoke, and, calling about him
the members or i is family, tie bade them
all an affect!.tte farewell. Then he lapsed
n to n. ..n i ?.. lanosa and a short tim<- Istsr
?Me,! Mr. Hail outlived all tie American
sculptors who attained prominence In th"
last half <" the nineteenth century and
reached ? great? r sga than ?nv ot nla con?
temporaries "i work had a marked in
finen. e ?m. monurosntal nrt in tha United
Mr. Ball w., ? born In i harleatown, Maas.,
on .lime 8, Is!'.?, snd was the -on ofThomas
Ball, ?* house and sign painter, or Bedford,
and Rllaabsth w yer Hall, of lied?
for'i. Ma s. Early In his career he was
a member of the famous Handel ami Haydn
society, of Boston, and >Hiig the title role
In the first production in this country Of
Mi i deli ohn'i "Elijah.' Mr. Hail Urs)
turned hi.- attention to painting, and In
-.' took up sculpture, hi.- earliest ?work
in tiat line being s bn.-t or Jenny Lind.
Mr. Ball ii\ed in Florence, Italy, from
i*>?' to 1817, n? lug a member of the colony
of artists that included the Brownings ami
Hiram Powers He then returned to this
country, and in IBM took up his resident
In Mont. iaii. living In a beautiful Italian
villa on Upper Mountain avenue Mr.
Ball's, work as ?? sculptor is shown In
man) of the ? iti?-- ?>; the United States,
the most notable examples being th?> eojtMS?
Ulan statu, of Washington, In tha Public
Garden a! i;" ton; the Lincoln emancipa?
tion group In Washington, i itatue of
ernor Andrews, al the state lions,- in
in, .tun. s state of I >?tt i i-l Webster, In
? i Park, New fork: s statue of K?i
win Forrest, su Coriolanua In I ??ctors'
Home, Pi 11 idelphla: a statue of J? il i
Quin? y. In front of the Clt Hall al B< ?
nd a ?tatue of Charla? Bumn<
? Pul II? ( larden ? Boston Another
large figure oi Washlngto , Hi. work ?>;
Ml B? Mi th ten, ."
Mr. Ball ompleted In !? .'? ? work o
on w hi. !, '..? had b? ? n la oi | fo fifty
i , ...... s isintlna ? ntltled "? 'hrlst
Ir, i ? Houi ? of Mai th i and Man " This
pk'turs ted about I: ? time he had ;
?l. ided tu abandon painting for sculpture
At Intervals dut gava
it lov Ing lotu In -. and whei
a life) had lapsed th? pictur? i
: took aa muc pride in II '
.... pr?tent pro
The p . ite home, (
si doe? a palntli g of hi - m ?ther. The,
oi v rote ibiogr .ph? . "My |
. Ten," wlilch was hla
chief eaaay In the littrary field, although
he ws th? autl eral lyrics and
Mr liall lei r< - s da
0 ?? i Ol IfOI . lal '? I? -i ? a member
Luki i pal Church Montclalr.
; The bed]
-.. i i ultimately b? tak? i I ? Florence, for
? I?? id ? lus v ir,., ? | , i;,..i and wai '
b ? .i .i. i1 a itui; i;, rit
SIR JOSEPH D. HOOKER.
Loi don Dec II Dalton
i look? r, 1.ihv ut i natural?
ii t. born In IBM, di? .i to da He was edu?
cated at the l?gh school and L'niverslt) of
iw, a here be took lu- m db al degree
ni Una. w h. ,i h.- w.i. i.i.i. t .v enti ?two
accompanied, with the tank ol ssalstanl
?urgeon, but in realit? is ? aaturSllat, ths
Jam? i lark lio ? ,-\p. dltlon a hi? h la
gi ted tin phenomena of terreatrial
i. llam In lha southern polar s,.,is When
h< returned In IMJ, H was with I ha spa?
? - of planta
in i-iT be arenl to India lo Investigate the
phuits ,vf tropical ? oiinirii s and the Bora
,if tha Himalayas. During his travels ha
was ? api trad and k- pt In piIson by tiie
liala'u Of Blkktin Tl Indian sp. i Imeni
brought by him to I..Ion numbered gama
- ? -ni houaand
Among othei journeys undertaken bj Su
Jo ? -ph Hooker a? re ihooe In Pak su,, ?
In Morocco iltTI), s" Joseph bring
ti. m-' i nun., an la a i ? ad Ine ??reit
\. ts tad In the United 8tatei (1177), when|
he made a botanical trip to rhe Rocky
Mountains and California.
in the midst of all this foreign travelling
he quickly built up for him.-elf a high
I scientific reputation at home In MM hr
I was appointed assistant director "f the
' Botanical Hardens a? KeW, SUCOeedtng his
father In the directorship ten years later.
' At the early age of thirty he was ele- fed a
' felbiw- of the Ro^-al Ho. i.?v. and In II
' was ?hosen to be its president. In 1Vi> hi
' Ki-ird as preeldent of tho British Associa?
i turn, his addrena on that occasion ln-itiK r- -
markahle for Its ehampionshlp >>f Dar
wtnlaa theories. Of Parwln he was an
earlv friend and supporter, and he was
I largely instrumental in Inducing Parwln to
make his slews publtc. The author of
"The Origin of BpOCtea" placed on re, r.rd
his indebtedness to Honker's, wide knowl
riige and batanead lodguieut.
His larger books Ire-Ui.le a Standard ".-''?
j dent'a Flora of the Hrltlsh Isles" and a mOB
i umental work, the "<>nera Plantarum,"
i baaed on the eouaotlona at Kew. "Flora
I ant?rctica," "FioTa N'ov?t Zelandia '
?and "Flora Tasmanica." published between
1*44 and \W>. were the fruits of bis voyage
In ?he. Krebus with Kir James Ross. HI'
"Flora of British India" appeared in Ug*
with a supplement in MM, 00 Which ...
easion he was made a Hrand I'mmiundr
of the star of India. In IMf, on attaining
the age nf nlnetj. he was Invested ?1th th?'
Order of Merit.
| Sir Jouepti Hooker was tw lee married, his
first wife having been Miss Frames i(arri-'t
Henskra and the Bseond Lady Jardine, He
? had alx sons and two daughters.
HENRY L. P. B?HME.
Henry L> P. B?hme, for many years
' prominent as a leaf tobacco exporter, with
' offices at No. 80 Wall street, died on Bam
' day at the home of his son. Ralph Hohme,
i at No. 4>C Lincoln avenue. Orange, N. .1.
Mr. B?hme was born In Hanove-, tie-.
?main, seventy-four years ago. and came
I to this country when be was twenty-three
I years old. In a ahort time he became en
I gagad in the exporting of Kentucky leaf
toi,a ceo. to which business he devoted hi?
He leave- a wife, who was a Miss Van
\ Antwerp, and four ? hUdrsn- three hops and
a daughter. The funeral will be held to?
morrow afternoon at IM o'clock at No. 403
i Lincoln avenue. Orange, N. J. The burial
will 1?.. in Uosedale Cemetery, Orange.
JOHN J. TOWER.
Moatclair, N. j.. Dec IL?John ,r Tower,
retired New York hardware dealer. :s
d? ad here from heart disease. Mr. Tower
;, bora at ?'?basset, Msss>, aeveaty-foui
wars ago. He lived in Brooklyn until ten
| . ars ago. When he moved to Monti lair.
Mr. Tower leave* ,? wife, .< daughter and
THE REV. EDWARD CHAPMAN.
Trenton, n. J . Dec 11. The Bar. Edward
Chapman, "f Philadelphia, ?me ,,f t! . .
known Baptist preachers in thla eectioi
w.i- found de.id ?n bed to-day in the home
of friends in S?ndv Ridge. Mr. ri-.apni.ni
.r;i In that VlllsgO BSVSatJ v.-at
Ue v\,nt ibera yesterdas '?> preach in his'
i.id borne church ami remained overnight
ii.- appeared m 1rs uaual health whan he
retired. His death is attributed to bean
LEAVES $1.0,000 TO SCHOOLS
Miss Cora F. Barnes Makes Large Be- ;
quests to Relatives.
AH suit.' ?if great value is disposed of b.
the win of Mi i Cora f. Barnes, who uied
September -".' a? No ?*. Bast Nth street.
The ?in of Mies Barnes, which area Bled
? . terdsj In the Surrogate's ottb., gives
? io Hie New Vork School of Applied I
Design loi Women, snd B,0M ;,. the New
Vork Kindergarten Vssoclatton T.. VVI1I-1
mn. Henry nibs she gives ?t painting. I
"Woman Harrying a Jug." by whistler
Misa Bornea gives to Robert woods Uli -
ail her etchlnsa by Whistler. Most >.f her
personal belonatnga ?.. to her step-mother.
Mrs \niia it Bliss, who is also to receive
ai.? ut half a dosen parcels of real estate,
n rludlng the nouse at Nos 4 and R East
tut h street
Misa Harnes Laven several bequests of
S"' "??' each to several cousins ami ajaj . ,
i. i wo maids who were In her emplov
Mies Mildred M Blum, a half-sister of the
t. itatrlx, Is to receive the residue of the
HEINRICH HENSEL, TENOR. HERE.
ii. rich Hensel a Herman tenor, who
will sing at the Metropolitan Opera Ho
ti is ~e.is..u. airued h.-r.> vesterdax .
Cuaard 'mer lam?anla, fioni Liverpool
n. win make bis iirst appearance her.- ,,t
tn. Metropolitan in "Lohengrin.*' Mr He
.ri in, been alngtng th.- uterSSSS operas in
WILSON BOOM IN ILLINOIS
<"ni?ago, [ir<-. 11. Governor Weadnssi
WttSOn'S Presidential campaign ?*as begun
111 Ultimi?? lit jay, when his fnen.;
ncunced h committee on .rga'dzation ani
prepared t?? open hradpuariera her? in a
f. w gs V s
William ?' Xlblack vice-president ??f a.
trust company, is chairman ol the ergs
?/.at!.m committee, ami Krank II .lone .
( foi mer Assistant Postmsster Osasrali ? M
i the prad of tlie tlnaive eotSBSlttaS I ?
I committee will it i^ -aid. nrg? .? P M -
: ?J. ntlal primar' I I late
DR. DOTY'S RECORD.
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Notlcei of marriage? ?n't d?a?ba mua? ha
???? ompanled h, full naine and address
Bai -, .- t| - -. p r?. hw Et ,
Cord 1er, Mai y t ?. M. B. C
Patteo, John .t rower, Jehs J. '
found. Thomas, rraveri ' If
Power, John J West f s ' '?* ' *' r
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Smith. Mai | I. ? OUSg, Joho T
Stout, Ati< a I .
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Hohme, aged Tt ?ara Puneral fr BS
reatdeor? of hla aoi Ralph B?hme, Ne *n%
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Peeembei IS, at - B8 p. m. '"
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CORDIBR Mary Btaoa f*ordt>r. -.??d ?j ?.?.ata.
Bemaini lying at ? Th? Funeral r
Nos -J4i and .'? : West EM St tPn
PATTOM Daecaiber 9. ipm Josa r. ran-.*?.
Funeral from hla iat? reeldaeee, \o Ul
Atkins a- a, Brooklyn, t? a m-, Ti?i<i.|., De>
POUND Budsealy on Deeasaair to ist' ???
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Thocna beloved husband of Mar] A
Interment, nossi?, H. I.
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