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Unselfishness in Private Life of
French Public Man.
mtmtg i!ui bjr t'1" Brentsreod <'.->mp?--iy ?
|| the delegation to fail from Havre a
da>?? bonce, to convey to the United
States August? Rodin's brans* represent?
Fran *?? "?v''1' '? ,s ,0 ** Ptneed at the
cf th? monument to Samuel da Cham
explorer, next June, the
.. 'iir and away, will be
\, for many yea! s one of
vpjnoft powerful figures In Burop?san poll
to h> masterly direction of the
Ivr-art*""' : of Foreign Affairs on the Qual
? Paila He IS celebrated from
Op? to the other, not alen.
?man when in oltice his
c,?untr>nt. *"? ao?dowad him with the s'.gnlfi
. saine of "Richelieu"?but al??o as one
gttkt -freatesl of living htatoriana
He is ri,,t an Inaprosshre looking man. In
fact, spP?*aran?*ea are somewhat against
him 91 ? srhen he Was first appointed ns
-assy at Constantinople he
a ; of his ambassad?or, th?
,fc.? ;.*. ? - d? Montebello, and especially
j jhp ...? Montebello, through bis
. K of distinction <?f manner and
. . by his stooping gait, the
j,-,,.,- lu? to th? fact that his
four of Ms grandparents
?, ng tniers of the aoll. Prl*
r - were al the time sent to t'ie
t ??nd ti? ?he marQulse from
y i v i them acainst Hanotaux as
g man of w hon?, to beware a? high in the
f?\or of th? hading republicans at Paris
-yid -*j kly to ferret out anything
*? ? ? ? ?- strictly r.-pui.: al the
gpl ... ilarquiae de Montebello, he
tea ?1 t>l ?.-?r'-""'c? daughter, was, of course,
gey* ally ??Tended ut the idea of having a
??an (?? rgeola birth, name and np
j, ? i a member of h?r husband's
Vet i Hanotaus had been there for
ax "*?? - h? va1 managed t>? ingratiate
?- ? : ? >.:??? adreea to such an
. t that f-he consulted htm about every?
thing ai I to v In the confidence of his chief
\o no ?? ihat the latter, when
| -, He annual leave. Intrust?
f>d t - v ? luol df affairs to him, In
Bt i < ' ' ?- ? tl ?f seoretary. Qambatta l?a?i
I .. , of Hanotaux and declared or
j- : ..?'A un homme!" The only thing
a. | Is his Irritability and somewhat
% ?r, <f*ueer defects in a su?*eessful
I tr of dlplomaey( and which ar? proh
a ?tall? to the malady of the liver
?? . h? has been afflicted for many
? r? v up his secretaryship at
pie - -'.ler to staid for the
' Deputies, and was returned by
a ? Of 4 01 JO votes ?ve;- th? liVSl RO
t candidate for Ms native depart?
: '"?ng afterward he became
II I Foreign Affairs in the se con ?1
?-' the administrations, remaining
lr office, throughout many changea of
Car ?? IMS? that la to say, for a
ten or twelve year.-, it was
re 1 - * an; one else that was
aaful i-, got iatl? n of the
alliance, v. hich has been
?? ol Frai i foi *rn policy for
? In fact, he was regard? d,
'" ? ? la a'hlch hi?
j,- r>el? isa??, th-n Minist? r of
y responsible, ta
; ?? Minister of Foreign Af
' I ? nineteenth century
' ? . to 1 Fashoda It Went
? ? ?? v.-.-is ?i ie,
? , ? *. since the
? h of Major .">' I exp<edltIon
'? ? ? . : . ? taken
I ' proteati by hla
a ft - i ? t er m
Han i? re*
fron political point of
? th t
? - work -
1 ras except
t aa a form? r M: -
???"fairs he bad access t.. all
i ?' documenta, al horn-? and
Ich were mt at the disposal r,f
I ; ?? Id nlckm ?*;r-?>.
: to enjoy the ] ftl??sl
* ? ?? . and i the most
?- I as the most vlg
' rceful of statesmen, was
hivlt t all sorts of national
. | .,. ,i
' ........ , gtjltable
? ? f the repu
** I? nly did *< ? ng which.
"*?' ' " striking e dei ? of 1
?? ? - dered to have
r . Ildate. He
tut ? ? ? warnlni announced
kh mai In a Quiet \:liag.
? ? two ? Iren, then In
?NDi - - .- waa with the i
?I la ?- : g, and although
hl? fr red the i a? the
ntlal ] ?
ut applaud tl ? generous
h he was i"-' mpted In of?
h. ? ? t?. hla c? |] ' n
aM to r n th?sr.
Tbt . F the i .,? suffered
I tho Tres?.'.-n'y of Jule?
fa? * thai I ? tarried
If re? had been hi
now the wife of i ?an*
W '?'?'. ? ned her womanhood,
that the Frei ? ? ade up their mind that
? ?? ?? ?
? | Leon, the
> was the Egeria ol
? ?? ? ?ast In refui Ing
ng the ground that It
v ta of becoming
?? ubllc. He ?
. ? ng th?
: n a quarrel 1 ?wing
lacle to hla
? kill h< rs. if. ?an Ita
? ?? %?.. :ip.?!l
about j of
? : ? I Ha
? of h? ; chll
: and un ?
tl ? part of women In the
1 In 1 ranee suddenly
? i .,. hieved fame
- nwllling t"
. i .
? i? , curity
? . Ilion by
not ha ? i... n
dmtrabl? In th? ?... ?
?awl age only ivm, year?, aad ?^ivd In mo
?inns ?>f her husband and children, happy
In the consciousness of having ?been hi?
lawful wife and of nevertheless leaving
him with hi? prospects of succession to
the Preeidency <>f the republie unimpaired,
Kince her death had the nf>^-' e,f remov?
ing the only obstad? that could ha-. ?? '??
slbly existed to his elevation t?> tlie chief
magistracy. After bis mourning iiaim
taux, entered public Hf* once more, vit h
i he additional prestige of having done the
right thing by his ?wife end children, and
at what appeared at the time to be the
MCrillCS Of his enti-e futur? political ca?
reer. MARQUISE DH FONTENOT
WONT FIND BROTHER
Fc-rmor-Hesketh Among the Car
Captain T. Fer_nor>Hsske?th, of i_an?~a
shire. Kurland, who, it was reported, bad
sailed t?"> this country t?-> find his yo-,ing?'r
brother, Lieutenant Frederick F?srmor
Mesketh, who dip. ppsamd mysteriously
frcini Holyhead in October, "..???. arrived
here yesterday fieri Liverpool, en the
ltd liner t'arniH'iia.
As he was about t.? start for this country
his mother received . message from Dr. B.
r Woodward, a physician ?>f Gillette,
Ment. Ptntinc. that he beMeverl n
marcer in tliA town was her missing s^n.
|Captain Fermor-He.keth Intended to go to
Mentara to identify him.
I ? ire tlie t'armriTiia arriv?***. here, how?
ever, th? captain received a wireless mes
-a_e from his mother Mylng that Investl
patlon had proved the young nvn In Mon?
tana was n"t her ion, Captain Fermor
- "i and las wife will go to Ban Fran*
for a trip of six weeks, wl '"
pp?-"t With an iin?!e in that city.
Mrs. A. O'Connor, who, before 1 er mar?
riage, was Mlsi Rose Melville, of Gary,
Ind., ?returned on the Carmsnia to p?e her
r, who is serious!*? ill In Gary.
hers on the steamship wer? Blr
ea Hi Ronald Lambert Tree, <;:*.
!.. rt .v Ireland, t aptain E C. _.a*d and
?the Right Rev. J. B. ?Scott
FORBES ROBERTSON TO CLOSE
IWill Discard "The Passing of tho Third
Fbor Back" for Farewell Repertory.
Forbei Robertson brines t.. a clos- - |
and last American season in "The
ns of th?; Third Floor Hack* n?xt
? the M . ?: - -i '
? last six months he hat tra1 ?
vent y eitle! In thirty diff?rer I I
.-. i .m tjie Kaiser IV11
i . wife,
whn has made her name
ndependent star, but ? 111 r< loin 1 er
I farewell i
: In tii?- Knj
? ? ? follow? d by I
Rnd probably Paris, Berlin a*. I Bt. Peters*
' In a repertory comprising "Hi i
"The Me.ci art of Venice," "Othello," Her?
nard Shaw's "C'a ? ' I nd
I ard Kipling's "Light That railed "
In the fall of 1M3 Fort-ei Robertson <x*
pects i" return to New Turk in the same
repertory, and will subsequently made a
rehenalve and farewell tour of Amer
ivering practically the same ground
? has done with "Th" Passll "f th?
Fl. oi Ba? k."
"THE ROSE MAID" AT THE GLCBE.
Werba and Luescher's production of "The
? ? Maid" will come to th? Globe T
next Monday, succeeding Eddie F"oy in
"Over tii?- River." This ?,;..-t.tta will In?
troduce .?another foreign composer in Kruno
. hstaedten, who ? :rr" lo Ami I
-? the preliminary rehearsals and
t tie nrst ?performance in Baltimore
? Augarde, ?remembered ft "in "A
Dollar Princesa," has return? . from Lon?
don for th-' t:tl'- role, 'l'a?- cast also In?
!..,,i I '. e-k"t. Juli? It? ' '.!'?.. I' ?:??
ti.;. i ... ? ; .-: ;;?? i>. a. J Humbir.l l ? iffey,
Arthur Royd, R. i_. Graham, Alfred .
I dward Gallagher, Hairy Laml art, PI
? '.i and a i
g Ethel Kelly, who ?
on tho sta< tor I i ti
. ? ? Frank J.
ah'nit two vi .?i - ?? ? -
PRIMARIES AT WINTER GARDEN.
Patro ol ? he VVinti r (larden
... . ? . \? ..
: ' -. ? ? nomina ,? n of
Ua- t?A<? pai 1 ????? '? '
have been road, to hold a straw vote pri
i to ? ontln ?'.??:. it.
la will ? ? night <
? the audli no. . . n?l ?ach ?.
?...,.. i. d- lo ; ho?
i ame of the ."'? - and h
... and th? .-?? ? . ? p?a. i tl
i i ox. At tl.i ol !??? wet-to
I . nu be opened and ? o nte.1 in the
... ,. .,f the reprcsei ? ? u) th? . ,: i
THEATRIC A:. NOTES.
rtrBl ,.,,..m tlon to i e i. u
Little Theatre In th? fall will ??
,"tl , , . ., ,v. White." to bo 1
., 'v.. , k ??! <?'???" ,Utel ' ' ' V' '"? '
comedy, "The Pigwin," will
i ?-main thi ? : ;l ;,t ? '"'
mill th< closln? ?d ll? --
-j . sir?- rts announ. ? thai
, , |.,,,, r. Po? ers In Ou lav K? rki i ..
IH?w mu ? ? ???' "'?? ? "|,v" UuI' Br,d< ' '
.. ,, postponed on? 4* , si d s ;
, ,. , no 'i ? sire on lu? du*
Kianch? Rins ? ? ? i'< ??" i- r
formant? last night ol Th. Wall Bt. t
where she Ik*??" her sprl engagement
rand Harr, i
. " ... ..,-s,.?n -.r the Manhattan ()| .
ll" ? "V,': \ , 'el "lleU,-.
? Id III'"'1 '
I ' ?
,' .' I
? ? Ths Boj ?
et ,1,1m t'.ti" for ?' Wgtk a..el
will Hhake i-fr "'" ';
?_??, ?th' if Announi at.
. ? m? i ?? ?-'""-'?*
HENRI SIS?N DEAD
President of Chamber of Deputies
and Twice Premier of France.
Taris. April II.- Henri Hrlsson, I'resldc-it
of tho Chamber of Deputies, dl?sd to?dsy.
lie was born at Houtgea on July "1, Ie".
Henri Brisson l~-can life as a lawyer and
drifted Into journalism, being a noted con
trlbutor to th? "Temps" In the last ?lays
of the Se, ond Empire. H" was also one of
the founders ?>f "La Itevue Politique,"
which in its heyday was one of the mosl
influential periodicals in France. Ills in
troduction to active pol?tica dates from
1871, the year of the Commune, when he
was returned t" th? A sembly as repre?
sentative of the Department of the Belne.
Hla was on? of the - fgi l ires to the
protestation against what was ?-ail?-?! "the
government of ?May If," a government
which deliberate!) ittempted/to overthrow
th?? republican r? mine. By this tin
was Deputy for th? Tenth Arrondissement
of Paris and one of the vice-presidents of
the chamber, succeeding to the Presidency
of the lowei li?. .s?, in 1881.
Brisson became Prime Minister snd Min?
ist? i ol ?' istl '? on April t", 1885, in a stop?
gap administration, whose objeel it waa
io pave the way f??r the general elwtlon
after the defeat of Jutos Fen - loag sd
mlnlatratlon, ite-si..od i.y hla predecea ir
?' en ii was piiip".s?'il to lmpe-n?li him. and
?Ui "? ??-?1?-1 In obtaining th? approval of the
chamber to the protectorate treaties of I
Hut and Pnom Peut, which hud been ne?
gotiated by .tules Kerry In 1881.
At the Presidential election ?>f ISSS Henri;
Brlsson'S nam? was put forward ?-ontrary
to his expressed desire, but the ndlrlng
l'i-esident. .T11 ' ? s Or?vy, we?-- re-elected. His
ministry lasted nine months, M. ?le Kr.-y
??iiiet au?.ding him ils Premier ?>n Janu?
ary 7, 1888 Prom that time until his re?
election as president of the chamber in
18M he held no public office, though often
Invited to do ?o, In this year the Presl
dency of th? republic again bei ame vacant
by th?*? assasalnatlon of Badl-Csrnot, and
Brisson waa again a candidate, hut re?
ceived tower votes than Caslmlr-PMsr.
His pert? d ?.f comparative political In?
activity had brought him through the anx
io.i?i da?-s of the Panama scandal? QStttl
without a stam upon his reputation, and
to him it fell to cr?n?luet th.- Inquiry Into
the gigantic fraud- connect? with frauce'a
attempt t i accoinpllah what is only now
being completed ?\ the I nlted States He
w.is president of the chamber at the time
of the Charity Baaaar fire. ?>n May 4, 1S91,
When some hundreds of lives WOTS lost, ami
in bis otiic'-ii capacity attended 'he service
held at .Votre Harne m consequence thereof.
He list? ne.; to th? aermon preached by
father < ?livler on that occasion, ami was
honi"erl at the latter'? suggestion that the
fire was the divin? retribution for the sins
Next day Brisson replied to the pri? st
from th? presidential chair In th? Chamber
of Deputies, snd In the coursa of his re?
mark? h? ?virtually denied the ex:sten??e of
a Supreme Being The ?'ntholic Deputies
vehemently protested against what they
termed hla misuse of hla place as presi?
dent, hit the chamber aa ? whole wanted
an outlet for its frelings, and a proposal to
placard Henri Briason'a apotch In every one
of the li ? ? ? ?mmun?ea of Fran<*e was tar
ried by a larga majority, ills popularity
was shortlived however, for in the revul
of feeling caused by th? Incident an?
other president of the Chamhetr*?Paul Des*
Chanel was chosen In preference to the
< streme radii al.
When th" M? ii??? Cabinet fell, In 188S.
Prance waa in the throes of the Dreyfus
tatlon. After MM. Paytral, .Sarrlen ami
Ribot ia?i failed to form Cabinets, Brisson
waa commiaalonad by th? Praaldenl to un?
dertake thla duty, which ha carried to a
??'. c? -.';! lasua In that year the arm"*
became a subject of dissension. After s
M-riea ?.f votn affirming the supremacy ,,f
the civil over the military power, declaring
continued confidence In the army and re?
jecting a moth.a .ensuring the government.
for "not causing the a:my to !"? r*es|-ected,"
the Chamber called upon the government I ?
Institute pi.utlona against persona "in
suiting tu?, army.' ThU Brisson d^llned
i-. .'?., and the subsequent '...t.- of confi?
dence in th? .--it was lost by 288 t?
.'? ?. Brisson and h's colleagues Irnmedl?
? ilgned Thus fall, after four
tha, ?i government which was n-'te.j f.>r
It? determln? i effotl to free th? nation from
an ii^i- salva militarism
In \h-> following yeai President I ?? ? a
dl< . and Brli i iln a candidate,
but again found himself second. In 180-i
another Presidential election occurred, but
again another candidate waa j eferred. In
that year he was re-elected presiden! of tha
hamLvar, and had held that Important of*
? ... ? ? tin ' In ?? I? w of hla advan? ??1
... waa regarded aa unlikely that rve
be a candidat? at th? Presidential
-, to t?k. place ncxl Jan -
l?. waa a man of robust appearance and
medium ?tature. For many year? hli re?
inism waa of a Spartan natura He
bare fia! that the Iron 11 ik?
admired, and wai never known
to lake a <.'l>. always riding on th?- outal?)?*
,.f . mnll ua .-.
T. JEFFERSON COOLIDGE, JR.
? graph !?? The "?
Boston, April 14.?Thomaa Jefferson
Coolldge, jr. founder of the Old Colony
TV-isi Compai ? ? i one of the beat known
? :. ,n .\? w England, dl?**d earl? thla
moi nini :" bit hi me, ? '?-?oll Igt - Point,
Man? heat? r, Mas:-. ?P.- deal h waa
and few outside of his Intln to frl
relative? knew of hla Ulneea. Thro? weeki
ago h? a ? I en III a Ith Bright
In the South and wa- ha? ? to hla
? . ' ! iter Hi.* i ondition did not
improve and h< grew weaker every day.
For yean Mr. ' ?olidge liad been actively
identified with finan lal enterprises, and in
i?- '. tog? ii ? ! v- ith many of hla frl?-*n<1
? rted the ? Hd i 'olony Truat Company
i : ame ' - he acted lent of
till '; -! . ompan" . Btld at !ii- Um? of his
d? .u, h< waa ' lialrman ?.f Ita bf-ard of ?II
,, (ors. He waa also vlei pr< aidant ami dl
? ? ctor -if the Ni ' 1 nk of ( !omm< rce,
director an?l vol I lal of the Si aboard
Air Line R ' he ?'????rgia Hallway
nn(j j -, -ii i.- ? -,,:?: ? m.. American Ti legraph
and Telephon?? Company, Kdlaon Electric
Illuminating ' 'ompanj. ?.? lierai Electi I?
Company and th?; I'oaton Elevat??d J'a?
Mr. Coolldge ? >? ?? ' " mo :'?" 11? wa?
,. ,,,, mber of th? Horn? : -<-i < "luti the M? im
-, Bn?1 Knl k< i '???? ke\ ? i iba, of N'ew
y,,, |(. H?- mai rf? ?! Mb ? liara A moi y al
Brooklln?. Ma - , s? pt? ml?ei 80, 1891
_M|. i ?oolldge i. Un i waa f.u mei ?y
l nit? d 81 it? -1 Minist? r to Fran ? I
,-,. ,,, ii m Kli ai :.?? i h m a mom
i? r of the |olnl high ? omml Ion !.? adju !
t),. (i; ..,.,, . i., i w? ?*n this country and
Canada H.itrlbuted ?
??ting H".'" '? 'o M n e?ler-l.? Ihc?
s, , ;,,,,i ti , ,i, if? rson I'hj I? til II? ? .? h
? - . ? . ii ,--, ird, hi
o im i mat? i
ANNIE FIELDS ALDEN.
,1,1 . , ,, \ l April H (Special) M i
,-?1,1, A Wien, ?I'l'-t daughtei of
II, ar) Mills Al.l.ii. th? vatt ran edlt-nr ?f
"Harper's Magasine,*' died here to
Mlaa Ai.l'-n h??'i ? ' ' n a promln? ni i hartll ?
and ?nui. h worker She wa? a m? ml i ? ol
.-i liuke'? Church Mlaa Aldea i?."i n"i
?. ,, ?,, t..i health aim ? returning from
l ike ?'??'.i I - i.'? *hete si ?
. .. i,, , i ? . r?na rrlend, Mra Si- n
?i,., .i-. g, ?. i. ? will I" h? id In .-?
. . chur? h M'-i "< !?? n, lo m?*rro? tl
i, ,?. h- i d? ?th rollowod an op?ration foi
a ?uic ? roui giv-wth.
COURSES OF STUDY RE?
School of Journalism Announ
Personnel of Its Boards.
BUILDINGS NOT COMPLE
School to Open Sept. 1, Howe^
Accepting Women for Grad
uate Credit Courses.
The Pchc.nl of Journalism of TVi'.ui
T'nlver.lty ha?. Issued a preliminary
nouneement Mttlng forth Its nim.. ?_o_
of study, requirements for esdmtesKxn
th? personnel ot lt<* .advisory and ?adi
latratlv? board?. Th? building designe
bous? the school, whlcb Is no? In c>.tit.
econstructton at not?i street and Broad.
v? in not he completed In time tor
school's opening i.cxl tell, so ?ffr trl**
year Hie classes will be distributed a?
the other ?buildings of the university.
T?. regularly matriculated student, p
Kttsfactorily the-oiK.li a f??ur ><*
(,,iirH,. .f. Se-h??"l of Journalism ?fters
degree ?'f B ?lit ??Baehelor al Literatur
ih?- coarse of Journalism, lmt ranee ex
liiatlons In ISnglish, history and Frencl
German similar lo those for Columbis
leg? Will ?.e held at the same time SB
?-.-llene esamlnatlona, but Talcott Willis
the director, may use hi? dlscretlor
power in ?admitting ns a non-matrtculi
student any person who "submits evld?
of maturity, experience or marked i1'1"
l'util the completion ??f the building, h
?ver, ionien can N accepted, the
nouncement says, only for those ?cow
Which are open for aradiiat?' credit
.'mphasis Will !>.? laid on th" traininu
Ftudents in i ? ??? - aper ?French and ?
man. "Every student will be requir?.
?how that h. >can wad h French or Gen
newspaper before i>- > ..h-.k his degr?-*,
in general tins condition must ?be satis
before he enters on ths professional stt*
?>f the lecoud year."
The sdvlsory ?board consist? of ten
Kowiep, "Sin -ingfteld Republican", Nlch.
Murray Butler, l'olumbla University; J.
L lleaton. "New Y.uk World": (teorg.
Johns, "St. ?Louis ?Poat-D_spateh"i Vlctoi
I.iwson. "t'hi<aiio I)a|ly News"! Bt C
McKelway, "Brooklyn Eagle"; ?"liarles
Miller, "New York Times"; B P. Mit-ii
"Th.? gun," New Tork; Ralph Pullti
"New York World"; Whltelaw Re?d (eh?
man), No. 4.'.? Madison avenue. Now To
Melville b_ stc.iiP, Associated ?Press, N
York; <'liarl"s H. Taylor. "Boston Oloh
and s C. Wells, "Philadelphia Press."
?Mi Hie administrative board ar?. Nl??he
Murray Butler, pi.-.lderit .,f th? univers!
Talcott Williams. I, M I >. lAniherst. Wt
era Reserve ?, Li, p. i Pennsylvania, l
i art?, i,it. i). (Rochsstar), director i
professor of journajlsm; .lohn w. Cunlii
Lit I>. professor of EnRli'-n and assoel;
director; Fre.lerlrk I*. KepfMd, I.it. D., d*
of Columbia College; William P Tre
LL. D., D.C.I*, professor of English
erature; Henry H. S.at;cr, Ph. I?, profesi
of political economy; James T. ?Sehotw.
I'll. 1>, professor <>f history 1 Ashley
Thorndlke. Ph. D., T>. H. D . professor
English, atid Chartes A. Heard. Ph. D , i
??? professor of politics
Instruction will be begun in tho School
Journalism on September 2i With a ro
plete programme ..f study in all f'.ur yei
or the undergraduate work, ths ___nouni
menl ',.ys, adding:
Admission nay be obtained by an o
trance examination similar to the entran
examination for Columbia College and h?
at th?- same time, th? prescribed subje?
being English. hist?>ry and i-'ren'h or Hi
man. A full statement Will shortly
Issued ?ef tho number of years' work _
manded in ?-ach preacribed s?ibjert ?n?l
the .ether subjects which may be offered
make up th? total of 144 or IS unit.*
high school stu?iy.
"All of Genuine Capacity."
f* :.- desired, rno?reover, to open th? doo
o? the s.-hooi to uii candidate? of ?genui
capacity, and discretionary power is ?tv.
t.? the director to admit t.s a non-?niatrlc
lated st idj nt any one who submits e'
.l?-n'-e of maturity, experience or marked n
I'ndergraduatei ?.vil! be ??( two m,.
Hi matriculated students who ?ns
oasH?**<l the entrance examinations and a
following th? regular pp.Riamme of st?i?li'
presenbed r< ?i the degree Bachelor of Ute
si ire In th.uta? of iournallsm. and (
?non-matrtoulanta admitted ?? ?ef niark?
fltn. ?? under ti." discretionary powi r - i st?
In Ihi director. Non-matrtculated ituden
who a*I h lo !"" ome candidate? for the d.
ut., may ?l?> m by taking th? work pn
i and maintaining :.n avei .i_e gra<
? ef m ? r higher foi th? Urs! two years, ?
they ?may lake si"'in! .?ourses without rt
erenc? tee g degree, ?subject to the ?pprovi
??f the ?llrertor or an sdvteer npt'olntefl i
The regular fees for candidate? for ;i at
. .. nil h . ? ;,.,:.? d ..', the sa me basil ;
ia Columbia College, and will uniouiu t
about ..i??> a year Students taking parti:
???ik will pay |7I0 s weekly hour ?>f ir
struction for each half year, Informatlo
ns t?? ?rholarshlps ?may be obtained froi
? retan of the unfvei ?Ity.
The curriculum for the n. Lit. depre
has two main objects In view ii> t
clve the students a .?.?und general edu<*s
tion and (tl i ? gire speclallseed technh ?
training which will fit them for h^lnnln
the practice of their profession. Por res
sons of weight a studenl will be ?iiiowe
to draw up his own curriculum, and wll
have t;.e ?id of ih?> teaching staff In s
doing, the statement continues, ;.ii?l thei
in a few ?years it 1.. hoped that men
specialised courses will 1-- added; but i
! ai : ??? o :? _ded to make m beginning wll
? .- folio?* 'c etyplcaj curriculum, in whic
ilenl h tiiiiti.iiis ma) .?? mad. fr or
i? ,. roiirsea now off? re .1 at Columbia 1 'nl
v. rsll y or 1 I in the ?cho. I 0
journalism after ti"' openlni <r th? nei
II .1- .. ", ?
:? -.? -.- it. ?Engll !-..
. ? !?'? each ec ? < ;.-*? ;.n. .
- ? ? - 1 ?? II ?? 1 .
l.ii.,i In .?
. 11 i, to phi ? ' or * ti .- '-? . '.
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SECOND . BAR
\ ? . I r letli e . .r._4 In WritlRgl .
i no ????.???' ? ' .1 "*? . :
(.??era ? ; . -' . '?
? ! Nji ,ejf <'f .\ni'-ri an Ut. .ai ira - !
ei,;..-. i u| "ii current ]
THIRD ?I9AIL V
Ol ?' ' 'OiiA'. :>-?
inewi ? .mW?
M'e.1.11, I-; ? i r. ?i..-;. r, Uter.tiir?.1
govern I -. ? j -.its. ?Ii , flr?.t half
???i. -? ?-i.i and Industrial history, second
An. rk-.n political partiel Cnl ll. literal... I
? ' ll . 1
Ill-tor?, t -? ?maHam . . ;i
'.? ?: ,, .7
"' law ? .?uii ; i the
' ' ? ... I
.-?'?? . 3
Specialized Courses Later.
i' Intended it. future ?? ,*g to provld?
f otht i sdvan? ???! and sperialli.
In tu iii?-!i?_i ::.?\. rnment, llnance and bank?
ing, music, line arts, literature, magasin?
wirb, ri llegious, te hiilcal and acientltlc Jour*
i ill m nice, ?imiigi ?ubji el . bul for Ih?
'. nci "fil,.. In the ..i.h..nu. .-m. nt. it
Ighl Sdvl able- ii.,1 |,, ?,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.
? ban m ? . o. k of the foui \ ? .1 - outlln<ed
As tu degi es it ?M|
? I who hat ?? tin?- .... ?ti ongh 1..-.
oinnieiul. -I In tak. the < omblned A It <e,r
H 8 1 m"1 H 1.it ?Much i.t ?|. nt?. all? re
lelva '.I A It .en |t ._ 1 ,,|t, ,
comph linj fou ears scad. work .tu??
lu 1 h.1 ? M* and u*?. m in.. Meliool ?>t
(ournsllsmi, and ? 1 ? - - de?.1 n |lt after
' ?? ? ?? ? f _'erk .(.?.. In Ih.. , ,,||, M,. ,,,,)
tl Ih? Se I.I ..f lOUl t: 111 III.
Bltidenla who have airead) 1..1,. ,, ., barb
, lui 1 dagi ? ? .1 ? itlumbla m another nul?
. 1 ? and have passed wlih ?-redit thi 11
.1 ses. M lei' i. .?. ill ut th? ir t..i n,.. im.,i
? . ai 1 ? "ik will b silo? - d to t,tk.' the
M I.11 In ' i.- ? it. mi ih- completion ? t
such fctuiii'i? u_ ni_> Ll- necessarj m ths
opinion of the director, suhject to the ap
pr??val ?if the administrative hoard.
All StUdentS ?Will he expected to do their
exerclReM In the |ilof??shllisl course? ?>n the
typewriter, ?in?l In th?i new building fa?
ties for this pin pose will i,e afforded. Tbera
will als?? he, laboratory and practice rooms
In connection with the technical cours?s.
-As tu equipment the announcement ss
As at pi ?sent planned, these will be on
th-* first door. < ?ii tha second Boor there
will h. .1 reference library at the Broadway
snd ?,f the building and at tha other end
?. newapaper roading room, in which th<?
students win he given a.>s to the leading
journal.; of thla country and of ?Europe.
In tl>?. courses on polities, economic? snd
modern hlatory extensive use will be mad?
of newspapers a? source? of information
and newapaper reading will form an Im?
portant pan of the training In the French
and German course? of th? rust year
Every student will be required to show
that he i an read i Proh? h or German i ? i
paper h? fore re?'e[vlng hi? degree, and in
general thla condition must he ??atlsfled be?
fore he enters on th? professional ?tudies
<?f the : ?? ond - car.
Pending the ,-omp'etion of the building for
the school women ?-an he accepted on!? for
those ?.ou?s?.s which are oiien tat graduate
Students desiring full Information should
address tha rwcretary of the university and
apply for tHa complet? announcement of
the school, which Is now bring prepared.
BUSY TIMES1 IN LONDON
First, Normal Season Since Be?
fore King Edward's Death.
[By COM? to Tl ? Trii.iin?.]
London. April II Town linn."-* ar.'
opening this werk. The House of ?Lords
r?assembles to-mnrrow, and London will
resume Its busy social life, during the
next few days in anthdpation of th? re?
sumption of the season. There will be
upward <?(* forty society weddings be
t\\,' ?i now and ?Saturday, and a long list
is published "f dates nlren?lv fixed tot
It will be the first normal season since
that which precede?! tho d?-ath of King
IB. M. BRANDT LAID TO REST
Many Floral Tributes on the Oefiin of
"Dear old faithful 'Sad.' *
Th??se four words sent by cable from
India by James T'ordon Hennett to the
widow of Edward M. Brandt formed the
Inscription in white Immortelles on a pillow
of purple flowers which Wstad yesterdav
close to the coffin of the dead yachting
w-riter at the funeral hel?l at his home, No.
S3 West Mth atreet. He had servad "The
New York HsTSld" for forty-nine years.
Th?- New York Yacht Club, the Knhker
hoclter Taeht <""lub, Commodore R??hert K.
Tod, Captain Howard Patterson and many
other? sent floral tributes.
The services were -mndueted by the Rev.
Henry M Bandera ?.f tiie Madison Avenue
Raptist Church; members of the choir
sang "Nearer, My God. to Thee" and "Abide
with Me." Those prisent included ?'oinmo
dore Tod. W. J, Pnrslow, ?'a plain J. 1"). T.
Kelley, T" 3 N. retired: Captain Patter?
son, Franklin Plummer, Prank Pte**SOa.
Robert Curtis. Arthur F. Aldridg?-?, <'np
taln J. C. Puinmei*?, John Harrington, John
Ixignn, Randolph Marshall. T. 0. Davidson,
Francis A. Ptelne.r, Alfred Chandler, *?V. W.
Harri?, William Henry, W. Coffin and J.
P. Townsend. The burial was at Wood
ARCHITECT CONTEST WINNERS.
U. P. Students Get Twelve Out of Nine?
teen Places in Competition.
[B) Talesrapli to Th? Tribune.]
Philadelphia, April 14.?Students In tho
Architectural S.?h?ioI of tho 1'nlvcrslty of
Pennsylvania won twelve out of the nine
ton places In the lntercolleif-iate oompeti
i tlon. The other universities scored a? fol
' lows: Cornell, four: Harvard, two. fVi
j lumbta, Michigan and th.? Massachusetts
InStltUt? of Technology falhd to BCCUra a
P.-sliles making a clMn-Up In points, the
I'ntverstty of Pennsylvania t?iok th? first
prize In ('lusa A, th?? three honorable m?'n
tl"ns in this class, and sc?irc?l the first four
of th?- ?even mentions ?"orncil was award?
ed fifth and sixth mentions, and Harvard
in ?"lass H Cornell took the price, Penn?
sylvania and Cornell shared the two men?
tions, and tho five mentions went as fol?
lows: Cornell, first; Pennsylvania, second,
third ami fourth, and Harvard, sixth.
EDWARD J. RICHARDS DEAD.
Edward J. Kichards, assistant general
passenger agent of the New York Central
RaUroad, died at his home at No. 12?? ller
klmer sir????, Brooklyn, yeatardgy mornltuj.
II.? vas born In Livtsrpool, ?Sngland. lifty
nine years ag??. and came to this country
when five years old. At the age of thir?
teen he went to work for the New York
fentral as an offlcs boy, and worked up to
th? place h?? held at the time of his ?bath,
ii,. was a mamber of the Transportation
and Monta ik ? luba
Me Is ?urvlv?d by his wife and on" sis?
ter. Bervt?***? will be held on Tuesday at
the Church of ??ur T,n?ly of Victory, Throop
avenus and McDonousrh street. Hurlai will
be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
CORNELL FOR "DRY" BANQUETS.
Ithaca, N. Y., April 14. A partial eanvasi
of the Cornell und??rgra?luates lndti-.it.s
i hat 65 per cent of the student body are In
favor of "dry" barn-nets ami smokers fol?
ia ge .-i-i?-. Itlet
SOCIAL NOTES FROM NEWPORT.
i? ? sraph lo Tha Tribuna )
Newport, April 14.?Mr. and Mrs. T. Shew
Safe ar?- i"*h ill at their home, 0-aeaa
l.awn. in thla city Mrs S.if.. has been ill
for some time eith nervoua prostration and
Mr Baf? I? sun*? ring from an attach i I
pneumonia. Dr. Bhattuck, of Boston, was
?aii'-'i In consultation with Dr. C, i>. Beaton,
,.f this city, regarding his condition on
Mr. and Mrs liohert Ooelet ha.c not
taken the B. I?. Thomas cottase, aa i
i..,rt?.l last w-sek. They are to spend tho
aummer with Mr. C*o?l?t'a mother at Ochre
Mr and Mrs Arthur Curt?as .lames, A.
K. Whitney and Miss Her.edlct, after Spend
,ng the week end here, have r?-turne,?i to
\. w York
Miss All?? Brownell has returned to
Providence "-?Ith bar mother, Mis. h. *?'.
Brownell They will open th.ir Mtddletown
aummer horn? lats "? May.
Mi. and Mt- James ?;. Blalne, M, and
Rubcrt I Oainmell v.-era visitors her? to*
NEW YORK FROM THE SUBURBS.
,,;,. | hi fOI ??'"> "'Utile ?M \. v? N,.:K" .?.
n, t ''good enousb" I? Dr. iv.ir.? p, praak?, who
? , i? relieved fr?ta a eourt ?a**a>t tot ? <
. . :.,,. .- ?-? a 1 .-k ? -1 ri t y Un?i?n j : ,?
si I li'!
Amona ??" -r thlss?. ? lv?w??radlali trttal tiaa
been dlarovi !? ! ?" I*? ? V-ik -i hi? n B) i. .
.ii ? ?. .. mi for Hi' l?'?1' ?-?. t ?.r laralp?
Chrlailaa (* t"'- ? Moaltor.
? i . itrl .,: ? ?naser, ?rh? n aatod th? dlf
,. between (<??? Torf? and .? .? r Iowa aa
?. replied. ' Htflj eenti " Could h? alao
. ,i?. .UffHiei.? ?? I..-??., n las .\,.vv ?,,,lk
? nl ?oine of Id? OSl "r '"?i? ' "l'uni. <
! , . i m i at< m
Hi iM< nti ol flttb ?> ? nu ?, Sag rorl a i
?aiim ili'lr "??a Pa. '?",. mt? f??iiii?.
m If hi arrant? a .????. i ?????? 11 - .* i?i??,.., u. ,,,
i.,f ii,.- Pullman sreaadl? i ? .mi ti,,, lubway
i m -a., ihlnsi ?" * "
Saw Tori i .???? 'h- UMlag Ih? a ,, g ?
I ?,,i,.m,.!.ii- ?'?-.?'< UK.? i in?, eyen i?
\\r ??tltl.l- I" ?Hu??*-' '!"'? fOlhi ?V.i,, g ,
i . ? i ? nal loi? ? I lo ih? ??i.m. -, ,,,, ,.,
,*? ?i?i?i.i ti.. HMrtl ? eh la *m rus
oser K? i? hu-i? ? i? ? i-t-n? BMtropolltaa, thoufl
??.,-, .??, ? ,i i.it.i.-i aapp?na itm .?.-.,? Y.?rk?i?
?i? tai tliaiii /lian?-, i*.- Hartfard Cuuiaat.
Some of the Concerts of a
Chamber Music, an Ancient
Opera and a Song Recital.
It had been supposed that th?' concerts of
chamber music for wind Instruments by the
Barrer? Ensemble were over; bul wro
bixly th'.ught of brltiKliiir to town Mr. An
drfl ''..plot, who has ?been ?conducting "'
caslonally at the Boston Opera Houas and
Whose muslo has been pieaaantly re.?? v? '1
at Mr. Barrer?'s earlier concerts?, so thet"
I must needs be an extra con?_et. yesterday
at the Beta* ?> Theatre In order that Mr.
Caplet might play the pianoforte In two
. >sces for pianoforte an<i flute ?and i ?;
t?t for pianoforte, flute, oboe, clarinet smi
I ?asa on, of his o?*n composition. There
was other music which had been heard pn
vtoual** at Mr. ?Barr?re's concerts?a ?sere*
nade in I. flat by Ifosart, s couple <?f
[.?eees by I,efehvrc and an a'iba?le for tl .'?*.
>- an?! clarinet by De WalUy. But tiie
int?'-.i st centred In the music which cam?
from France by way of Boston, and it
proved t.. |.e chnrmln* charmlni:, but t?"i
particularly Invigorating in any sense.
However, w? pre not in th? haWt of ??>?
epectlng Invi>gorating musle from such c?>m
binstlons of Instruments m Mr. Barrare .
trying.to bring back into mode There Is
much beautiful music in the dlvertlmentl
and serenade? of the eighteenth century, |
but !t will be difficult to adjUSt It to the
testes of the public of t??-<lay.
At t:..' Metropolitan ?Opera Houas in the
evenlmr an experiment WSS tried, which,
under different conditions, would have heott
extremely Intercstinif. As It is, It may
invito attention hereafter. It was a pel
termanes In concert form of Monteverdi's
opera "Orteo,H which bad lv< hrst ?repre*
Mntatlon somo three nundrcd and ?\e
yean ni?o, b'?t has lived In musical his?
tory as a remarkable exampl? ef m?sico*
dramatic rompnsltlon ever since. A recent
historical renasance In Italy re.-aiied it to
popular attention, and Sl?n??r Oattl dls
? l'.sed his scholarly Instincts in hrinKinK It
forward at a Metropolitan concert I'.'it it
would have served i?s purpoea better had
it not be^n prefaced with songs by Mme.
Destlnn and Plgnor Amato, whose a?lmr
ers kept up M Ion? a hubbub after each
ef their performances m a desire to get
mora that the evening was ?largely worn
away before the old opera could be begun.
Then a weariness set In, which eventually
spoiled appreciation of tho beauty, to Bay
nothing of the significan??*, of the mu*do.
Hut of all this hereafter, thet* being time
r.ow only for a racocnitlon of the poo |
work don? in the archaic work (dis. reer
lv relieved of some of Its vocal dlfU'ultler,.
by Rita KoiiiIh, Maria Duchene, Anna
Case, Hermann Weil, Herbert Wither
spoon, ?Basil Ruysdael, the chorus, or?
chestra and Mr. Pa.temaek. the con?
ductor. An audience, which crowded the
great room and went Into conniption fits
of delight over the first part of the con
?ert endured the? illustrated lesson in
musical history with great patience. Under
other circumstances it mljrht have been
John McCormack gave his annual soni
recital last night In rarnegie Hall, which,
?f cours?, means that as many s.ms and
(laughters of Ireland who could get into the
hall got In. Several hundred were left out?
do. Mr. MeCormack's fame ns an opera
singer Is of current rete, and he had on
the programme both "<"h. g?lida Menina,"
from Boh?me," and "Salve T?lm?*?ro." from
"Faust." Mr. M_Cormack sang them both,
but ns his voles has ?grown more husky In
quality than of ?.-ore. he brought out no new
message, but only a warning. Then he sang
I.I .a Lehmann'? "Ah! Moon of My Delight, '
which, toe, did not add to the pleasure of
the Judl? Ions.
Hut when Mr. McCormack sings en Irish
ballad that la a different matter. Irish
balladry ls his province, and what he lacks
In voice ho here makes up In feeling. He
sang several ballads last night and should
have pung more. He was assisted by Ifiaa
Mart? Morella, a young woman who...?,
voice of large volume did not always stay
rlo..o to the pitch. ?She sang a number of
Irish ballad", Including "Bhuls Agra," and
"0*Donnell Ahoo," and was wildly ap?
plauded as a tru? daughter ?)f Erin.
D. A. R. CONGRESS OPENS TO-DAY
I Week of Hard Work Begins at National
Capital?Mr. Taft to Speak.
Washington, April 14.--Pa-ighters of the
American Revolution ?were ?a?_se_nbltl_f her??
to-night for th? twenty-ftrst Continental
Congress of the national lociety, which
Th?; Daughters face a week of bard work,
although the biennial contest for president
general will not take place until next year,
ten the second term of the pr*e?**ent In?
cumbent. Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, will ex?
pire. The sessions, however, will not be
devoid of politics, for ten vtca*presidente
general will be elected.
President Taft will deliver an address of
welcome. Others who will address the s?>s
?ilons to-morrow ?are Mrs Qreely, wife of
?Major li.-nerai a. w. Qreely, r. B. A., re?
tired; Mrs. Alexander Ennis l'ait.m, ?Pro
teseor William libbey, s.cretary of the
Elona of the RevoluUon. and It. Moses 0
Parker, president >generai of the Sons of
the American RevoluUon.
BROOKLYN PASTOR FOR NEWPORT.
Newport, it I., April 1?. Th? ?Rev. Ar?
thur Crane, pastor of th? Lefterts P-artcl
Baptist Church, of Brnoki. n, bus accepted
n call to tho pastorate of th? 1 .rst Haptist ]
Church "f this city. His a.'. p?ame was
contained in s letter >read from th'> pulpit
to-tiay. Tii" bical church lu.s been without
?i regular pastor since laat eSeptember, when
the Rev. Edward A. .Johnson retired from
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
. \ .r.e?r-.c
l-i.* aelrtil'il'-n te
( ? .1 lllit(?r>.
Invention ?Show, >.'??* <;n?nd central Paia-a.
Meeting ?it. luncheon of th? Neli-hlwirhoo't So?
cial a' 1 Industrial Club, Ho'?l Marie An
t"in?.u?'. 1 p. m.
Msetlng of the I?augbter? of Indians, lt.itei
AMor, 2:80 p. t
Me? ting 'f th? I.ef?' 1'ii'lei writers" Ass ?flatlet
ol N. .\ Jfork, li..-ii>'s, Cotumb
aii.i ??lit!- street, u .to ?,. m,
Meeting ?>f th? Republican Club ?.f Nee fork,
,-111,!?,,;: ?. N.es .".4 and M West 4??"i MI?ert,
h p in
Public l?Jotttr?i at ?he Board of t-ducatlon, S:1S
n m. ; Manhattan .-? - ? int h , h
16th street, >?"? i ol ?Viral avenue, ? ?e...
Walker*." Piotrmmnw I'm -..?w.irtti and m
/.?it'.. 1'Ublle H llOOl *_,*. 4_ I ?Ue.t, .m
1 hird svi su?, "Much ado ai???.. (J
Mn Ftmxnee* Carter; Publie s? hn,il M 11 I
.tl-eet Hti'l It. Nicholas ?\?.iai?, -What
Vaccination Has A.mplUtiH," i
McPowell, M I? . I 'ihl ? school St. No ;._ :
\\ i ? ?Mth -re??'. "Slam, ?Land of Panun?
end Vellow Kobe." 1'r Charlea 8 Braddo k
publl ? S t ??"! ?"'?*? N ? 33S K ial 071 h .
profeaeor Chart?*? |j. . mk.
r?ii. : ? - '.i 82. Haater, kamt and Norfolk
Mieeta, "?'ail >i i Legislation," i>? ,.
M p,|.. Public S.-I10..I 111?, \Xl\ mm.
. . ,r Eight I svenue, "Fran, a Her Pi .pi?
mi, | ii' i tri M ? .n . . ? aton H hmi i?
publie s- h?wl ISS, Avenu? \ m?, i i
?irr? P. lyn *??; An l'nhe.iten i i , ?
Un Lillian s Klahcr, Publie Heheol i.v?
No '-'il l ??' IleSth '?.??-. ? il .? . -.,.. .,- tl ?
\ i t.er < peu i> D S . I'll II
n;.v lOSth ttt*a4 meet ef Amstei
i cm avenu? . "1* naml -?I i:.--trl'-lt ?."
. !,..; ? ? 1. ll .n.?ut.'le, ?Publie s ho '1 1?S.
I^awl? snd Bsal ? I? ? ? i ion atteeta. "Alaska."
il,, non e-'ranri? P Bent; S??. v...k l'.ihite
l,ii.?Hi?. n il- Baal Seih street, "gutur?
, j ih? '- - ? ni ol I ht !" Rast." \\ llllam
Blllol <;? ttr*. i. n i> m c*olumh? il ill
s., "tu Weal 2ftth nreet, "Natlonalltr m
H?tate Kdniuna >_ky<arn; SI Liike? Hall
S? f'I lleclcin ?tre?i, "Rnb^rt K .?wm- .
mu* Mn.\ l'h?i|.?. st Petar*? i f -m n. gng
?Il...... ?r??) ,.r i:i*htii ?.?.uii.. "The I'm,
,-ipi?-, ol KtpraaalAa." m?? m ?i . ?,-.,,.,
Murra* rh? ?Brena Morris nish ;
IHMib hire." and HcMnn H. . Nn,?
!? ifsnlsni ? h?,' lee F Morne, Ph i?
Kl!?K?t ? i Ige ???M !??
?treel KnusbrMa?-. "America m
Story," MlM Mina V kuhn. Pubii
... M Anns a^??nue and H^tl? str,,^,
EX-MAYOR LEFT FORTUNE
Hugh J. Grant's Estate Amounted'
PRACTICALLY ALL FOR WIFE1
Upon Her Death Three Children,'
Will Get Such Sharc3 as
She May Direct.
Polti lana who kn-"-.- n?i~"- .1 Orant,
former Ma or of Mew fork ?"??y. and even
many of I ? - associate-?, wilt bo
. i ??. >>arn that ha left en ?? ?it?
?" Thla la apptroxlmatstf*
iluatton placed on tha estate <* -,fr.
?want by the state irsnster tax atipriiser,
whom report -.?.?* 1 "..n ha Hied In th? I ?r
r?sate'a olfl e. Mr. Grant died suddenly
on N'ovemi.? i- ? 19 ?. Ills horn? was at
\". fa i: mi fid ?
Mr Grant wss Master two terms. :tft
and *'? ' \m and '?:?.'. Before that he had
been Sheriff, ami hla first politics] >**,'-->
IS a I T (if the M'a "I <t .*?l?|er.
men In I????, flo made *riu?'h of ins money
not exactly cut of pollttes but b??-aae< of
his political sasodatlona However, '.nllka
msny of hi >!leas*i -i of Tammany H ?U
who a? -?;?i? -ji. t- d large fortunes, Mr. Ct-tnt
had the foundation for hla fortuno ?ven,
before ha we ? Into pol?tica r?cei-.?xl hy
Inhcritantse from his fai!.er, a rl?'h bual-j
n-'.is man. Ills polit I al .?trniation?, of:
course, helped him In the Judicious placing
of InvMtment?, and he was ?? man of ex
ti.-iordinai-y buatncaa ability.
In li!?? earlier ?ar<?r, l.<? ir.?r In ? favor?
able position to know uher.? ad vanta?*;?', ?as '
real estate invstments mlnht hr> made.
Mr. ?'rant nmde extensiva invcstman'.a la
real propeirty. How much of the SitvtO.OQO
e<tat" ?> ?tlli lnv?ested that troy cann??t i?e '
definitely sscertalMd until the t:ansfe?-?"
tax appraisal is filed. Hut it can he ?aef ;
With a ?her?.? of cntaln'y that a largo'
part "f" tha ?state is represent?vl by ?to-ks'
and 1'onds And MM Other Item of "--r-:
sonal property was a deposit of ?l.?>'?''rvUt
with the ?'entrai Tr-st i-impan".".
?ce ,,f Mr ?ira!?'?- I llsln?tM associates
wss Uithony N. Bra? ?A-lion? he
aras Interested in numerous corporation?*!
Then, too, ?? K <; BUIIasja, irith whom:
Mr. Grant had a com m ?unity of lnt??re?.a
through their mutual love of fast trotting?
horaes, p?it tha lormer Mayor, it Is b ??'
Ih v..I, In the way of maktn'- rimfltab'e \n
VtattmsntS in People's ?"las. Another val?j
uahle source for Incoase of the ?"'rant'
fortune wa? his Interest In the firm of;
N'a?i?hton A Co., which built the Third
avenu? cahie railway Mr. Grant had an'
cfllce In Wall Ptreet prtnclp all-.- for lo'Ktn?j I
after hi- Investments.
Mr. Grant, after hi3 active political career,
also was appointed to some \aluab!? r?*<:
celvershlpa A hont twalva yeais ato nan
was appointed receiver ?t the Third Ave?!
nua Railroad Company, which office he held'
until the Metropolitan Street Railway <"om?'
pany took control of th?-* ?*y?t?m. In th"?
samo year Mr. ?"-rant was appointed pense?]
nent **ccelv?T of the Forty-second Sine??,]
Manhattanvllle & St. N'lcholaa A\enie Rall-i
road. He ?a.? al.-o the receiver of tv?o Ft.
?Mr?-. Julie Grant, wife of Mr. Grant, In?
herlted -ractl? ally his >-nt!r<*? e.-tate. "'po***'
her death, ?t? cf.rdlnir to tho will of Mr?]
Grant, the e'tate Is to b* If ft* to their thi?-?;
children. In such shares aa Mrs. ?"rant ma/
BENEFIT FOR NEWSBOYS ' HOME
Performance to Help Raise Fund of
$ ,0,000 To Be Held in May.
Tho newspapers of thla dtp have Joined
hands In air an pin?, with the nselstan ?o of
William Harris, the theatrical manafter, a
monater hencllt at the Metropolitan ?"?per.*.
Rouse on 8'imlay night, May 6, for th?*?
purpose of helping to raise a fund of P0SJ|
to con\ert the old New York Hlstotical
Society rtulldin?, at Se?ond avenue and
11th 8tr?*-et, Into a N'rwshoyg' Home and
Announcement of the pro?ramme?a coni
hlnati?*n of leading prand opera artists,
? ral of the liest plays of tho
season and s few- h?m?rlllnors in vaudevlll<l>->
will he mad?-? in a few days it i? planne?!
to have a readlns room, a swlmminsr rool,
a gymnasium and a do:miter--.* for the boya
lu tho new
ORGANIZE FOR AMBERG BENEFIT.
A special meeting was held at the Hotel
Aster y??aterday for the formation of a
committee <?f German ?Itiz'-n? to tako
charge ?f tl.e testimonial ben. fit perforai?
am?e to be u:vep for Gusta* Ambera;, th??
German tin "atrtcal manager, at til? Casino
Th'-ati-.? on H inda** evening, May F>. Th*
com nlttee finally appoint?*-! Include.?} Dr.
Emanuel Haruch. chairman; wr,:iam C
Muschenhelm, tren? :rer; E. L, Boas, C.
Xvn Helmolt, H< 'man RMder, Julius Ksss?
It waa d. ?? id .1 al-o to organise auxilia!/
1?t, N. K. '?Acgler, the German Consul: ? .
H Wolfram. Dr. r. Pfslflfer, Rmanuel Led
erer, Udo Brachvogel, C i". Rlngler, H upo
Hltterbus h, Loula Bteckler ami li. at.
?? bai m
women'? groupa Plans are being made for
ti'.e appearance at the h.meflt of practlcall"
all the German players and singrer?
lio-.v in thla city, In addition to the Hat of
American ?tars already announced. The
Casino i- given for the iKi-as!--! by th??
-X>WXO!?TP- CX.HAV?'?^WIV In Pa'tle Cr*e'<.
Mich.. Ka.??er Monday ?Anrll **. Itlti Mr?.
n i: Dowkontt, ol Battle Creak, ? ? Li\
?.V. . ? iv? sad, ot New Haven. t-ortfj
DAVIS "n S?tur;?y, April 13, 1812, at
the ?hurch i>f the Incarnation, br Dm Very
'?' Q*r?*?**\'<mor, D. I?, dean of
? - cathedral of k J?st?n th? Mrias? ?nu th?
i .i ?.1 M A , L. H D .
He??, r ]>i?llow, dausht? ' M**, anl Mr?.
and , ' i?. Is, i" Lawn ae? B?twa
Notl?e? ?f m-irrt s Re a anil ?leatli? rauat be
accompanied by full name and uildrraa.
Moor? Pran -.? A. ? ?"?? fraa? ??? C. B.
Haatina?, rt-ih?--*? T.. in'??-. Annie o
?. Mary I*. Roo^velt, I-:.!jdhetH y.
HA8TING8 8 ?!?'.? n:>. at Kll/.ihath, N". J,, ol
. April V!. Rrhe.r.x lAof?, **-lf?i of
William B. lla??ln?a- and ?lau?! i??r ef th? t??<?
I:?? John Btaaraa U D 1' noral private.
Baltl ton and Dean t sspars
JBNKIN0 "?? Saturdsy, Aj.rU irt. at h?r tat?
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P., ??If.? <.f ill.!?-.?.?? V\*. Je.-ikin?. Finiera, pri?
vat-. PU ,.- i. it !t..??ei?.
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mornlns? W "
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11*12. 1 ?.?!.?th Norria, wl.low of Jam.?? A.
? ? H o I ?i ?URliiar ..r th? i ue wuiiaia
i Ipl-lla Funareat
prl? ?? ?-. i rl nda it?j i ot ??> aen-t
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