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Cardinal Van Rossgm First
? rjjjtch Member of the College.
? u. un" bi nrentwood Ceaapaay.)
PaPal Icgatcn have usually been se
,twJ from among those cardinals who
hare acqulred aaperlenoB at foreign
apB by reprcsenting the Holy See as j
-. Pius X bas therefore made a
~ departure in sclectlng Cardinul Van
LgUffl a? "'3 >e*a,e t0 ,he im>10n(llns
Bjeaarlatlc Congreoa at Vienna, slnce
L Irtiata la qiMOtlea was until last De
mber an inconspicuous member of the
Zitr of Redemptorists. an order whlch.
L,ooSed meotiy of Oermana ts never
h"le?a govcrned hy an Irish general.
1-,'pifr PAtrlca Murpby.
Tiiough Father Van Rossum enjoyed in
marked degrae tbe favor and confi.ience
8 pjug v ba wi l doubtlesB as aurprised
?? any one whtn he recelved tlies intima
naa t0ward the end of last NovembCr,
'hat he wa* '" oo (*'fvated to the car
| 1 3,Ite at the same time aa the arch
bopS 0f \ew York and Boaton. He ls
ot onb nl0St learned, uUt possessed of
charm of aaanner, onJJoya the dls
tinction of belng the firat Dutchman to
recelve a seat ln tha Sacred College in
il! Ita long and UlttBtlieue history. and
Queen Wllhelmlna was so gratltied hy
the honor thus bestowed on one of her
jiumerous CathoHc lieges that she wrote
a warm letter of thanks io the Fopt.
The Cardinal, who speaks Germon por
fKtly. ia about to be rcceived with al
tegether royal honors at Vienna-ln fact,
sreciaciy >s P*Pa' legatea were weieomad
ln older tlmes by tht llapsburg em
Tiie venerable ruler of th- dual
empire is returnlng to Vienna from hls
summer residence at Ischl expressly to
afkome the legatc: ls aentUng hia own
imperial train for hia conveyance from
the frontier. where Cardinal Van Bossutn
will be received with full military honors
W the great dlgnltarles of court and
itate delegated as his eacort to the capi?
tal. while throughout hls stay there he
la to be lodged with hls numerous suite
in the Hofburg 'imperial palace).
A feature of the legatc's vlsit ls to be
a cruise up the falrest portion of the
Dar.ube on the Emperor'B own yacht, so
that the people on both banks ma\ re?
celve the Pentlncal blesslng. ln a v.ord.
the plain Father Van Ro*suni of eij.ht j
months ago ls to be treated and recetved
with a greater amount of honor. pomp
ind ceremony than was accorded to the
faveral tnonarchs who have been puests
of Pran.-ls Joseph since the beginning of
. the vear. -
Another Bogus Pr.nce Hera.
RewBpapera in this country should de
din- lo eoncede to any foreign vlsitor n
tltla before makinK effort. to Iriveatlgnta
its guthentlclt), for otherwlse it: pub
HlhinK morr or les.? frlendly artlcles con
cerning a strargcr they lend the welght
of their approva! to preteiislons that are
often bogua and ever. erimlnally fraudu
lent. Some o' the moal *langerous o** for
, fijn adrenturen uac io dispel suspieion
herr and .ibrnad cllppUtga from leadlng
AmericHu newapapera In which their
bogus tltb.s are explolt^d in rlattcring 1n
bHleaa. Artk-les of thls klnd Bcrva in
fact. as paaaporta and credentials to the
?cnfide;i''- of many Innocent persons for
iivers "chevallera d'lnduatria" and l'e
males of thls species.
lf I cal! attcntion to this it is because
there haa latrly arrived in New York an
Bgnidoal who atyles hlmself "Prlnce
Paul de t'lalrmont of Russia." "n aerette
W4hnes.? " a couMn of the Huke of Nor
'elk." and who, like so many other non
J?ci1,)t adventuren, inaists that lie is the
?ricit,M; "Paul"?tha here of a cheap and
unpleasam novel by an Engllsh woman.
0Bt*Wd ? Threa AVeeks."
The "prlnce." who occupied an eniire
Vfr or aeveral American ?lapcr.'-' on
Surnla;. i w. *k ago?hi? picture being
liven. along with his alleg'ed coat-of
irraa. aurmounted. not by a prlncely eoro
s*t, but by the five-pronged clrclet of a
aiere German "von"?la )ikewi?e known
n England. at any rate. aa Jocelyn
ftaaton Arnott. and when arrested in
Undon last winter on a charge of Iheft
N gave a; the Bow street police court
lus occupation as that ot an actor.
The accuaatloB of iheft was preferred
b> Klorence, Lady Abdy. q daught.-r of
Uhmanri Cohen. of london. the third
?'fe of tl.e late Sir William Abdy. when
h^ was already eompleloly crippled by
?ralyc)j, anfi wno mherlted hie large
'ortune Rjnee Sir AVilliam s death she
**? fra<iuently in.ited the attentlon of tbe
Mbllc notably jn connection with avl
ation, and at one time it waa rurnored
nnrt rhe was about to wed Allcc Th-iw'a
?>.-husband. the Earl of Yarmouth, who
r?a since become the MarouiB of Hert
Prani evider.ce gi\ tn in tlie police court
lt Bow atreet it would seern that the
Prtaoner had vCrap(.(j acguaintance wlth
Lady Abdy during a trip from Faris to
London, tepreaentlng himself as "MIs Se
r?e B1ghn?s the Frince de Clairmont
*f Ruasi;. " }\t became the guest of
Lady Abdy nt the Savoy Hotel, and she
wntlnued to act aa his hostess for sev
?ral iaya, untll she found that a Jew
?lled butterfly brooch, value?l at scera'
"HBisand dollara. was mifslng. She ac
tordli.g! accuaed hlm of having stolen
?' and had him arrested.
The r>o:ice tiubmitted In their renorts
??at the priaoner's face waa painted and
*?*dered, and added that when tl^
?**rche<! hia room ut the Chailng Croas
HotH the:. found powder puffs. rouge.
P?ncll.? for the ayebrowa and flamboyant
visliiiis carda bearing the name and tltlc
tf "Pr'.nci Paul dc Clairmont."
"e Bdmlttad having taken the brooch
'"d -i!t;o iiH.ing paw-ned it, surrenderlng ,
lice ihe pawntlcaet, but deetared
jhil I..-,, Abdy had siven it to hlm wben
Pj axk.. ^ . for ;ome money, because ahe i
hjd no ..ish ln hand at the time. Aa
l*dy Abdy is very rlch thia excuee dld
1,01 appeal to the magistrate. who corn
*ltt*.i i ? -oi-dlsant prince for trlal at
pa Qeneral Bcaalena There tbe Jury
jyltled him. malnly on account of tbe
htetatton wlilch Lady Abdy hna ac
luire<j for picking up <iueer. associates. as
al?o (?, account <.f the Impooalblllty of
l?ro?Ing whether the brooch had really
**** a gift or not, *but the prealdlng judga
took tha opportun|ty to add afler tha
v?r.ii(i had beeV given lhat. although an
?swulttal uaually rneant that tha ; -
'uaed Wt tnf court ^it|lout n Btatn upon
m eaaaacter, he wisiied It.to be under
?tood that thia was far from belng Ihe
?"??jn this instance.
?fought Action Against Woman.
'" Bpita of this atatement of the Judcre
Pj nian had the impudence to brlng an
?ftlon for darnagea for alUged falae im
Waornunt against Lady Alnly. which waa
"-?ard before sii 1 hom^a Scrutton, ln the
"^"g'a DenUl DUIbion of the High Court
?'London. The whqlt- . - lden<? of the
flka court ar.d of the General ?anedeOM
**? produeed onee more. wlth the addl
|*aal Bvidence on the neil of the BOltea
Pi whtn they had taken the "prln<*e"
after his arrest to Eady Abdy's apart
ments at the Savoy for Idcntlficatlon, he
had cxclalmed; "For Ood'S sakc be lenlen'
ln Kumming up. Justhe _Mr Thtamam
Scruiion lald stre-s on the bogua rnTT
acter of the "prlnce's'' title, and the Jury
Ukowlae on account of the rcputatlon of
l.ady Abdy, rendered a verdlct ln his
fovor, wlth damages to th* nmount of
one farthing. co.ndemnins him. however,
to pny the costs.
TMs, then, Is the precious youth who
has been launched in n slx-column lllu.~
trated article hy some of the biggest
AmericfiTt newspaiK>r.s on the confllln.T
peopl.- of the Cnlted States as o cou.'i.i
of En?land's premler duk* aml V
"Prince Paul de Clalrmont, of Ruaala I"
Needlo-s to ndd. there is no such title in
Huesia or in any other countr
MABQUISE DB POMTENOT.
Uwlfl Waller wlll return from Marlow
on-rhames, w-here he ls spending the
summer. about the mlddle of next month
to COmplete preparatlons for hla second
Amertcaa 'Mwn. After readlng over
flfty manuscripts he has Kele.ted four
inodern pla>s for prescntation. bat haa
not yet declded whieh he wlll use as hls
openlng vehlcle. Madg,- Titheradgc. who
played the leadlng role in "A Butterfly on
the Wheel' last stason, wlll be his lead
Broadway has been chosen as the seene
of Harry Houdini's latest feat in the llne
of saoapea. In order that he may bc _een
by all the thousands who throng that
thoroughfara at the luneh hour, he will be
BUOPended from the tOWer of the Heldel
bcrg Buiiding, at 4-U street, at noon to*
da\. bound as helplesslv as tlirc- of the
buiiding 'a employes ean hind 1 lui, and
will effect hls escape In mldalr. At least.
tluit ls what one may expeel the outcome
to be, Judglng from posl performancea
Mi.--. Btuarl Robsen has Mgncd a three*
year contracl with Henry W. Mavase, and
win appeer Brat aa HepsU-ah In "Some-1
where Blae," the operetta by A^ery HOP*
wood and QUBtOV Luders with which Mr. j
Savape wlll start hls new BOBBon This |
will mark Mrs. Tlobson's return to the
ligiit opera Sold, ln whlch she appeared
wlth comlderable succes.s before her mar?
riage. umler the name of May Wald:*4?n.
r-ii- aome tln.1 after tha diath c>f her hus
ia;.d Mrs. Roboon remalned In raiire
ment. but two years ago accepted an on
gagernent Wlth "The Country Boy.'
The Stage Children's l-'und. of which
Mrs. Millle Thorne ls president. is plan
ning to buy Wlllow Brook Inn, at Lake
Mohegan, a* a penuanent vacatlon home
for the small playera During the last
weak thirty llttle actress^s have been
there and thirty small actors aie to re*
place them to-day. Wlllow Brook Inn
contalns thlrty-two rooms and the estate
inriudes flfteen acres of land.
Mlss Jose Colllns. who was the prima
donna at the Wlnter Gardon all last sea?
son, and Is to slng the title role of "The
Merry Counteee," which opens at the ca
sino Theatre on August 15, wlll return to
New Tork the latter part of thla week to
begln rehearsals wlth Maurlce Karkoa
and the other English piindpala when
they arrlve. The English players sailed
Saturday on the Caronta and a-e due here
Henry \\\ Savage believes he has a find
ln Miss Marlon Dentter. She is twenty
yeara old. I'nder a long term contraet
Mr. Savage has glven her the role of
Youth in "Bveryweman" and she wlll be?
gln rehcarsals within a few weeks. Mlss
Dentler is a natlve of Colorado. She ls
a graduate ot the vaudevtlle stage.
The musical score of Walter Damrosch's
comlc opera, "The Dove ?>f Peoce," has
just been publlshcd by G. Schirmer, Inc
Mlss lrrna I* Plerre, who played Anne
ln "Seven Daya" at the Astor Theatre.
has been speelally engaged by Daniel
PVohman te take th<n>art of Mercedes In
the flve-reel motion plcture of "Monte
Crlato," ln whlch James O'Nelll wlll as
sume hla old part. This produetion la ln
tended to furnish an entire cvening'a en
tertainmrni in the prlncipal theatrcs
throughout the country.
Erank Tinney. the comedian, who has
been on a brief vacatlon, will return to
the east of "A Wlnsome Wldow" at the
Zlegfeld Moulln Rouge to-nlght.
"The Girl from Montrnartte." whieh wlll
shortly be seen t?n Broadway, opens at
the new Broadway Theatre ai Eong
BreiMh on August 1 wlth Hattie Williarns
and Rlchard Carle. Charlea Erohman la
praoontlng the musical farce through an
arrangemonl wlth Klaw & Erlanger, I
proprletors of the theatre.
Hugb Ford. general stai;e diiector for
the Elebler <'ompany. dOOOd COOtTOOta
wlth a!ghty*aavea persons Saturday at the
Ceatury Theatre. thereby breaklng a rec?
ord, lt is thought. The most Important
of these was arranged by cable. that with
Miss Derothy Donnelly, to play the part
of Domini ln - "The Garden of Allah,"
whlch opens at the Audltorium Theatre.
Chlcago, on I_abor Day. Eawson BOtt,
seen In Shukcspcarlim roles last season,
will take the part of Borls Androvsky.
and Arthur Eorrest that ol Count An
Its very nlcc to have a new street iu I
front of yeUT offlce, but It would be much
nlcer If it could be lald without the lnt*r
ventlon of a stone crusher, two steam
rollers and a gang of loquacloua tar sllng
ers. That, at leaM,' ls the present opinlon
of loloncl Henry W. 8avage and hls
alds, who have been endeavortng for the
laM few days to eondUCt volce trial- and
dramatlc reheartsals for tbe eomlng pro
ductlons of "The MlUion, "Llttle Boy ;
Blue," "Bveryweman" and a ooaen other |
pieces at tht Savagc hoodquartors, No.
m West 45th street. ln eon.pet!t!on wlth
the gferoasontlonad noine producera c?i
onel Havage wlll ent.-r a foi nral eomplalnt
to-day to ihosc in chnrge of the street
Improvement Job He enterlains hopes
lhat they will elther evolve some method
Of dolng the work wlth nolseless tools or
will ehOOOS some other Btreet to beautlfy
until the theatrlcal s.ason gels a falr
HOSPITAL A MONEY LOSER
High Cost of Living Produccs
Deftcit at Johns Hopkins.
[Oi relegreph ,r> Thi Tribuaa l
Baltlmore. July 21.-The hlgh cost of
food ls affecttng Johns Hopklns Hospltal.
Supirlntendrnt WinfV,rd Sinlth's report
Just ls.rued sfcews tk?i 60 per cent ot the
hespltars patlanto bare i-een ln Ihs sob
llc wardfl undT free Ireatment. and lhat
becauae af these free patlenta and the |
hlgh COd of food UN Insiltutlon has bw-n
loohag mdnsy st ? mpid rate. Mr.Bndthj
aald to-day :
? We ha-.e notlced for some time tbal :
whlle the prseSSiS from OUr endowmeni I
has grown but BBOWly, the cost ot runnlng |
the ho.ipltal has been Increaslng wlth j
leaps and bounds. A hospltal Is only i !
hotel for slck people. after all. and when
the sverage hoooskoonor eaaapa-ins of the
Ineroooad eool sf lMng you aaar be sure
that the ounrtcrmaster'.s department of
tiu- hospitai is jut-t aa fcord hlt.
"Then. too. wlth more eareful methodf
li r-osts more to treat patients these days
than lt did the psOffg ?B" 'fhp flnuiiclal
icpoit, thercfore, hIiows a deflcit."
| Little Folk Will Be Entertained
i as Guests in Country Homes.
Iresults in one case
Home Regenerated by Girl
Who Learned Word's Mcan
ing in That Way.
During the tlrst half of tiie present
Wech IN chlldren wlll be sent out by the
Tribune Preah Air Pnnd to beeemegueata
lu the honu-s of country hosts for a fort
r.lght or more.
The signlflc.-nce which may SttOcb to
! thls fact was polnted out tha other da]
I by a deacones-s of the Methodlst Bplaoo*
I pai Chareh. she had just watcbed foui
' COachloadS of clitcrlng youngsters start
for thelr COUntry outlnjs. Among them
! \.ere a large number of chlldren from th
'ehurch to whlch sha la aasigned. and
! whofe preparathm for their trlp she had
| per.^onaliy overaeen,
As ihe truln disappraretl from sish:
she exclalmed to a Tribune representfl
the, who had watched the departnre of
the parly : "I'm so glad my ehildren ar.
golng to be entertained in prtvati
honaea?" c'ontinuing. the deacont i i
plalned at some lengtb tha reason." foi
"You cannot reall-..." she aald, "un'ej-s
yOU hav?- actually worked among the
I>oor. what it wlll mean to IhSSS ehlt*
j dren to llve for two weeks in a real
home. The poor who Ihe in the tenemrnt
houses have tio hotm llfe worthy of the
I name By thlfl I do not mean Bttnply
thal thei; aurroundrnga ara poor and
thelr quarti ra mlaerabli
"Tha raembora of a family ara rarety
together. The ehildren apend all of thelr
tlme in the strerts, unless coropolled to
remain tn the house to work. The elder
membera, eacepl the mother, Ond noth?
ing to atiract them Bt home and speud
their time OOtsMe when not Ol work
Bven for tne.ilf the \> hole famih usnally
does not come together. Then is. natu<
rally, no such thlng as a family eln I I
"(me of my girl.*. two or three yeara
ago, came from a home where BUCtl COO?
dltlons axlated. There were ln Ihe fam?
ily. besldes the mother and the father, Bfl
older brotber and slsier and a yoonger
brothc-r und slster.
"As a matter ol peraoi I knowledge, I
kn<>w that the ooven membera ol the Dam*
Hy had not eaten a maal together la M
,-ral \ears?the>' could not. ns the entire
family atOCb ef knhes and forks nmslst
ed of onl] three of each.
?The chlldren had never se* n B IsMe
cloth on their own table and pTObaM)
never on any other The girl 1 have In
mlnd did not know the Uaa of a r.apkin. j
Rheeta and plllow siips wen unknowa In :
"Three years ago, if I am nol mlfl* j
taken. Elizabeth?lh-- git I?-was^sent w Ith
I Tribune Preob Air party to one ef Ihi
villages in the central part of New York
state. nnd was entertained la Ihe family
of a weii-to-do farmer, it waa ber flrst
experlence away from hon.e and her AfW
gllmpea af what home nr- ought te ?<??
"She learned a lot Ot thing? but wa?
e.spedally Imprassad by tbe f?i t that the j
family alwaya ate togeth.r. and th;it the
BOUght oppoitunities 10 be tOgBthOI I
she put it lo ma arhen aha got back
?Teacht r. BVOrybOdy walted for l.reakfast
untll they was all there, and the.. all *:?<'!
"Good mornlng" to each other. Ar.d th' .
dldn't need no company; thej eouM ai
waya have a good tlme by them.-l ? ?- ?
pedally after aupper at nlghta.'
??Elizaheth was ihlrteen al tha Hme
The next year ahe wenl te werl i
medlately she began to aurprtSi tke fam?
ily. Wlth the money WhlCfc she was al
lowed to Ue^p out of bei woekl) egrnlngi
she began llttle b] llttle to earry out
?onao ideas which Bha had aoquhreu '?"? *
Ing her *.tay ln the tOOntTl \mong the:
fli>t*of her porchaaoa were some knlve*
"The farnlly were aurprised at the hi>
pearnnce of these. but more so at the Mig
gestlon made at th*- same tlme that th?-r
after the family take Its meals together
The girl galned her polnt.
"After thls she saved her earnlngl
untll she was ai.ie te procura aome I
clotha then some napklna and one by one (
other thmgs whlcb aht bn.i learned af at
bl r country hOOfa.
??one nlght ahe anggeated lo her hrother.j
and slstera thal they ha'. ? a family part
Inoteod of golng oul Bhe fiot their ren* j
ser.t by telllng them hew h?i country
friends were In the habit of nmuslng;
th.emaelves when at home together. The
v.nture waa a BOCOSflO, and lt was a j
simple matter for her to persuodd them
to repeat the attemr.t.
"Soon the other membera of the fam?
ily began to walce up to the poastbilltlea
of faa-lly life. and bolder proJeetB In 'be
reform of the home were attempted srd
carrled through. The reault was thnt
within two years of BliBabeth'fl countr;
visit the home and the family bad und?: ?
gone a eomplete ?baage.
"To*day ihe family and Ehz.iheth d.
elare tbal tba chsoga was Insplred en
tirel] b) gUmpoea ut hfe whlch i Freeb
Air outlng bronghl to tbe girl
"Thafs the reason I am glad inv llttle
pretdgffl are golng lo ba antertalaed by
Ihe klnd heertod tarrnern and tOWnapOO*
ple of the country. And." J?ald tho de;i
eoness, "do you know that the Preah Air
outlng Is almost the only practlcal wav
we hRve of openlng the eyes of our poor
little ehildren to th- ilgnt kind of home
llfe? Preocblng?-telllng them aboul whal
they ought to do deea llttle good Here
the right tnlng apprnrs to them as a
ph-asure. and they Uarn to like and ;?'!
mire it unconadooaly,
"iio you wonder thal i am glad lo
send tbe tots for whom I'm worklng aWO)
to ihe country in this way? '."'>?. they
wlll never he the ;ame chlldren agHln.
Dr. William II. Nl'tmli. 8-.1 ?*?
Pr'.rnsr- depsrnnenr ?f rhi- Norih
v-.iuc- l'r?-?ti>'lerlnn fjible .-Vliool
of Nov Ilorhelle. N. T. .". 11
?*Ifl r-i-rnory of T. D. tt- . 100
V Ab sr-nder , . 10 00
R.-rtha 11 Kllpslrlek. PI-lnfl-M.
S. J .? ? ? ?'? r"
.1. c. ??>
?)n menior A. R. 1 M
??|n lovlriu in? m-?ry of Q . 1000
??|n memnrlurii."- (.. P. H. '.' imi
j. i. iiiirii>. Baston, I'mn. I 80
?i'ra/ik .oi<i LmOaa, Brawatsr,
N. r.". tn mi
??without denofa name.' k. <? .i ?_'.*. oo
?Wllli'nir donor's iiamr" Il \V M |M
C. M. 4'Josnie. Sni-rnmento, <'nl. .... ::,'??
1'ri-?hylorlmi I'rliiiar;. Hands?
s,-hiioi. ??-:?? Harbor, Loaa letand
thmuRii Urttli H. Bterllna, a?c
reisry nll'l ir"_.ojrer. 800
Mr*. .|i-snnette M. ElnyB. Kisl
oranae. K. J. :. 88
KHni-r lle/.s . looo
?Not I" l>e oiknov lerlc*il I,; ii?m? "
' ?n. n. b. waa
Mm Knnlil" Wllter. ;, gg
i:iir.:il"th M Dlxon. Jersey City,
yj. j. r. on
(? H. I. '-'.'? 4lU
Mr- V, i;. S?ew, < 'hoc-orua. N 11 . 10 oo
Mrs O. B. 8stti-ri??. gewpert,
B. I.:...???.. ?'?oo
? D? not mmtlon nstrv. -Mrs. A.
v k. ;. oo
Mrs. M. A. Birrrtl. joOO
M?rv T. ?iraemh Redfoni Bllla,
N. v. r. oo
P K. Ber.m-t. .
Mrs a. jfetana. lOOB
Ann'ette snd Ellse. 4"h_rl?n_|l-?
camp ??_;??,?;???. _?"*""
M A. tVgrrt. Brookhn. 80 00
"Aronj noous"' . H oy
X.. kteattty. z00
A friend .,. ? ""?
Tu pav farra for IWO clill lren to i.e
"nt#rtj-.ln?>d . . .? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?>
Young lvoplea Beetet) >'f ? brls'la'i
Endcaver of W.-at Bad t'hurch.
ihrouga j .' Hanaa. treaaerer.. aao
1". .1 M. Dr??. i:*st tiranrfe-.... - *+'
ir , ,], partnient. tllnton Coti
BTegatUHial rhurrh. Mtntoti.
II. V BtlBBBBO. 52
.1 ?;-ii Ihriarrt f'ise. ???
Prank K l.udluaa, aieateial'r! N .i 100
Jaetrta o Hawley. gfaajeaeater, \ t.. l >j*.
II. ulah V. *'ule.
No l(lentl."cniii>ti . ' OB
"Klndly withh-.ui i?S "?""? ?v
s ?? . >n
Prtvto'esl) aciujewkniged . I7.aea at
Totai July aa. 1013.??? .W.ao-i Tt
Cnntrll.utl.Jiia. preferably by .'hack. exprer*
, or nioiif' order. Bhoulrt be a.l.lreaaed lo th
Tribune Vr?.?h Air Ilind. The I rlbui.r. .Nev
1 YorU < lt>.
WINTER GARDEN OPENING
Manners of 1830 and 1912
Will Be on View.
Tha Vtrintor OerdJen'a new ?how will
'? make its initial Ijow on the Ijoar'ls to
| nlBlit. Contrary 10 foamer announce
Imenta ihe wanagamanl statcd yesterday
I thnt tho IWO i.orts would be run off
! .iiroriologicll-,. "Tho Ballot of tsHO" be
I ing the openlng featur<\ followed by "The
Pl Blng Bhow ot I9\t." The curialn wlll
' r'.ve ..ii tha balBH i*l s o'.-lock .iharp. ?<?
I rordlng ta the Banaunceanont or tlMtre*
abQUta ns i.s the custom of NVw Vork
Tha audieii. e arlll anjoy the gllmpaf ot
anclrnt dai.ces for Hi- .-pace of alioui
I liulf ..n lii.ur. an.l. after mi Intci mlssion
oi not roora than Iva mtnetaa win be
uahered Into the preaence of the harmleaa
| liliw.--.ncra. i.'s of the <la-. There will ha
iiio5iti.il- no encoree, for the anuherta
atarted oui wlth tha td.-a of maklng the
j shov. Jusl us lonj? ns it couM convcnlenth
ha Tha haltet wttl be preaented prectee
11) a*. it araa al tha Alhambra Theatre
London, wlth all tha leaiMng priaclppta of
tha erlglnal Enghah 11 rt
Tii- si.iii with whlch II. Agonat, th*
bellel naaater, trelned lha flrla h>r tbe
j present predurthm gave tha Bhnberta the
lo.'ii of plaelng him Bl tl.e head of B
ballot Bchool In thla dty simllar io tha'
; whlch he <>petat?d for a.-ien yiai* iti
< i.niiection with tuc Alhamhra Theatre
I Luiidof!. The tuliioii nt the achool <vill \tv
gratultoua bul all ti.o pupil* who gradu*
at* must pbjdga themaalvea to work e\
ciusivci.'. foi tha siiiii..-i-ta f.>r a t.-rm of
\f.ir? Tii" s.liooi "lll ba located at th
WERBA & LUESCHER BUSY
Young Firm Will Have Ten
Companies Under Banner.
Werba A Lueacher wlll hava ten etrm
panic.i flylng thelr banner tliis fall All
of theae contpantaa wlll atari their a?a
aona before Thankagtvlnga Day and fo.ir
tiev productlona a:. promlead by the flrst
..' tne Mar Among ti.e st.iri a.lde.l to
the Hal <?f iiios*- wiio will appear under
Werba I Lueecher'a managemant are
Bddie Poy, Clara Upman, Tom Mc
Naughtori and Uonel Walah.
B) acqulring Eddle foj with the entlre
Now York production of "Orer tho Rlver'
:i..in Charlea B. DUMtighnni for i2j?a
Werba rt Luesebei oatabllahed a proce
.iniit in Broadway htetery. Thla ls aald
tu be ti e M. t Uom ..-i record that a flrm
has tak'-n ov.-i hii entlre Broadway ouc
ceaa from a ri\ai rnanagement. Thr -? .
aon oi Ihe "Ovoi tbe Rlvai companj wdl
open i" Newarh on Beptember f.
Three "aprtng Mai'i oompanlea win
s.aii oa teur, atarrtni Chrlatla btacDen
Bld, fcflBSJ Ilajo- an.l ?'ene l.uneska. Mia
atecDonald and Miss Hajoe wlll ui>i>e?r
in new plecefl lator In ti ?? ?"as<ui
li addltton t.. the produ* tlon *?f "The
' M.il.|,' non ?omp*?-tliig a simmer
ruo it ti" *'i'ji.e rheatre, Werba **
Luoacher ?iii have two othei cenapeelaa
of ihla ..iiercttH on toui.
l?,ui, Mann wlll taki Bk '.ating a Hus
band" on tom openlng at Kawerb on La
... | Daj Altoa Uoyd who eloood her
. .,.;; in i.'tti. MIbi k.\ " i -"?? '? age
iu iir^-..'; w II ..pen aiMln a' tha Colonial
Tl .ri** Provldence on neptember % af
? hm Upman
wlll appeer la ? Mav antltlod "11 Dopanda
rn. tbe Woiuan.'bwhleh aha wreta 'n coi
laberation with Bamuol tii.ipman
ART PURCHASERS WARNED
Don't Pay Until Qoods Are Re
ceived. Consui Cautions.
,. Tl e I'r.h..? | l: .
Waahlngton, Ini] II Amoi ea
Bul Pranl Daadmeyer, atetloned at i.e*;
horn Italy, haa i.ssued, through the state
Department, advlea to Ameri4BBna who
parehaae arl objecta abroad not t.. pay
untll thej obtala arbel thay purchaae.
in a ui"--,?ji?- t.< lha department, whlch
\,hh s.nt out the wanilng. Mr. Dead
Tiii- conanlate la fraquentlj .aiir.i
upon i.v imerlean clllaena, ..fter their I
return "iionu. te aeeure for them tha
proper fulfllmenl on Ih* part of dealera
in an objecta of contracta for tne pui
chase and dellver) <.f ?u*ii objecta inj
ma in caaea whlch have reoulrim the In
torventlon <>r thls offJce ihe American
rraveller aelocted the gooda at tbe Htudi..
in tin- ...iisiii.u .iiMirici .in.i pald caah
ou tlic Bpot, Includlng the coal of peck
Ing, <luty al Nev. Yorl* and fn-JKiit te
iu -ome Instancea rio Bhlpmenta wef'
made bj th* Brl dcaler till thi matter
brougnl io hia a ttention b) tbe j
Mneii.an t'on.-ui; ln othora prepald
na-klna expenses. frelght aiui duty had :
to i.e pald aBii'n nt deattnatlon ln aa??
oral cases tne dealer pniarantaed tt.c ar?
mai ?.f theae braakahle gooda al deail
natlon in ?"<j'i condltlon, un.' upon r*
eejpt ..r fragmanta by tbe pureheaar the;
<ieai*.-r rafuaed to rofund the parcnaaa
pri. ?? of the broken artlclaa.
i* i" euggaeted to Imerlcen purchaaera
at Buch gooda not tp pay for thelr pur
cnaaea haie, bul to order gooda ahlpped
under Ihe lerma of lha a?jreomen1 madi
I.. dentlnaUon, arlth the rlj<?it on the pan
,,(- tin conalgne* to eaamlne tha ship
menta before paymeni need be made.
HONOR FOR DR. LEAOH
Appointed Managins Dircctor of
.api May. N f., July H. Dr. II.-ni*
Ooddard Laaeh, af ''ai** atay, an Inatrue
tor in .Si-aiiulnaviati lansuafccs m llar
rard Unlvernlty. hns i*e*i. appolatod aoc
ratary and managlng iBfaeter of tha
Aiii.-tlaii-.Sd.ii.llni.vlHn l-'ouiulatlon an.l
wlll begln hia duti<-s on ?eptembor I, wiiii
headquartera at No. m i-'ifti. avenue.
Nen Vork He wlll aucceed *'arl l^ir*-n ?
,-r,. | ao reeentli leelgned lha plaoe
l*r. LeBCh ia Ihe son at l?r. Alon/.o I.
Leacb. of this dty. and wbh graduated
rreaa mneacea Unlveralty hn ham Dur?
ing Ihe two vcara followlni,' ba was B
gaaater al Or*.l...i H'1'"*"- Maaaa. huseitfi.
Bndl? tMraeelvedtbedagree ed Daetei of
,. Hoaophy ln the .lepartin* nt of Bngttah
from Harvetd fnlveraltv. Kroni 19o1 U?l
rM4 he iiv.d in "Jcrway. Bamdea .>n*i l-.n-,
n.ark aa travelling MI"*' <?f Harvarrt j
L'nlverstty, to mreatlajela the hterary r*.-,
n.s between F.ngHn.i and s-andbiaM.
in tii* Mid.ii' ajjoa _
AVIATOR AND ALPINIST.
Mor., The Sprlngnrl.l Kepul.ll. J"
Tl.e ,n.on I.- the A'P" ?? l"*'>1> ,0 Pr,M "
aeueMlly .Inngeroua for mou.'taln rlimbrra.
Jul ..iu.ne.j1 wlth heaey -nowfalla and a cold.
Btreaa aorlai wlad. nut it la diffleuit to P?r-,
,.-??? koM, u>wui to be cauUous.
Critic and Poet Passes Away at
."KING OF FREE LANCES"
i .... _
Writer of Rare Power and Ver
I satility and Profound Scholar,
His Fame Was Wide.
Banchory. Scotland, July ci.-Andrew
' l.ang, rrltic. poet and i-tiibiopotoglst, died
I Mr. Lang tled from heaun dlsaaaa He
j arrlvrd at Kanehory apperently ln good
! health last Tuoaday, bul suffered B BOddea
I aeisure Baturday awrnlng, and uied aoon
| after midi'.ight.
ln the death of Andrew l__ng lOVOTB or I
I Uteratore loaa a writer ol alngular charm I
and power. Hls WOrkS vvt-re of sucli vtr
aattltty that thev appeated to aii claaaea
i nn.; a vv urld-w ide Intereal ln tin- man
Ihlmsell waa awakened bj them- He ha:
been thus deserlbed bv a well knov.n
"A acholar without podantry, a maater
1 of 11kIit vet pohsln-d verse, a profound
?tudent of fotklore and antbropelogy, a.
Joernallet eapable ot ,i\\ save dulneea, the
' laureatr- aim ihe ihionlcler of man?
I sport*. Andrew l.ang is king among free
\ luni'es tha AdmlraMe Crlchtoa of modern
1 S i tland, tba native iami of lames
IThomson, Adam Imith, Dau-i Huate,
Jamea Boswell, Blr W'alter Bcott, R. L.
Btevenaon, Ian Maclaren and a host ofl
othera of unuaual llterary merlt, alao gavel
bti Lang to tl <? v orld of lei ? - Ic was |
Belklrk, March II, lh.t. _i.. was >
ihe aon of John Lang .mi Jana Plender
i-nih Bellar. "Wi llved," ha said. In de-|
acrlMng 'i pot where ? pgaaad his
i inlla i" b?w the place
where tha Ettrlck Bowa Into tho Tweed."
Ti?- ;,,-: referred to la regarded
aa t.n< v> 114 ?? B< ottla i<-^i nd, aeng
and atory -ad tl ?? " Here tt
., ? ., s. ..-t r.. aivi l lus Brst Inaptra
? ., and Impre ? here -1,<J
p/ordaworth found i Bettlng for bla
Mr. La Baratory edu*
catton al tha Bdlnburgh tcademy, i>ass
ng from ??.Bi andre,wa Unlveratty,
ai;.: finall; to Balllol i ollege, Oaford,
. took hla degree ->f M I ani
i?i ,,ir..- Pelloa ot Hi rton Colli g?
Skit on a Professor.
vft.r flnlshlng hla courae at Balllol
College and aa Pelloa ol Merton Mr.
l.ang returned to Bl An Iron < to be tomi
Ulf.i let tun i. Then wai much con*
i idofl cauaed ??> bla preaence, as at the
,im,. then waa anothei Lang Profeesor
s---.it Lang who occupled Ihe chalr of j
mathemattea TWa led to the rolloa
?hli appearing ln The College Eehooa":
VHB TWO l?'S
]-, r . sthemai in nam*'l '?
Who teachea ? tertntfeai s?n*.
inn ha'd r-thei I 1 ?
i;'.k hu ttr*- ln k mr
Ofl the lunkH of th* Vana IBB Klsng
. |. gim h p<>'-' nainad i.
? tr rh.- -i-?- Ittata ' ll ? -,1"> mngi
ir >ie weulda'i be fuaar,
\..r n'.ik'- bo mue i loaa .
ii.. mlghi ba Immortal, mlghi i
Another COOtrlbUtlon to the .nllfge
paper by Mr. Lang waa a poem antltled
-a Bhort lllatory." whlch raa as tollowa:
'Tla thought whon St. Ragulua landcd
n ?? hon?B et Bl *.n.1r<".v ha l-are
To ? tort in ?? '-"lf 'bst coinmanQBd
< prospeet i Ith i spltal air:
?*Xha ssawsed i? eapltal fare
l<oi ? haalth) aaeetli," nrled he.
v?.i im , it r i ? ontentedly ? ' i
Thr colleca ii--* standa bj u. sea
Tbeusfc hi- languagt waa nol unda ?(_., '.-t
r.v th* Hicts srbfl artro rs-Meoi tl
Vei iii* Infloenca s"? *""1 nooooed.
?i..i .i ^..? ?; ??( tns ??? ? bj hls ?*?r.
.nd th- nelghbors ?< nni thej sronM Btare;
Bul ns gava them ???<? h on*, ? dogrei
Ait i tl : ln itodj and i ra
\... tt.p coii'R' lhal ataada by tha ?ra.
so ba dled; bat if ever * man dW
Hr started ? woii thal araa fali
And th* ... '.ma neii n> be candld?
Th*i i-'t an esampl* sa '?"
Ths Refnrmen well, well -1 t<li>'r rare
For th?- rhureti. if tha Ktrh w-b/< bul fre?.
And thej founded aa Bkaaj h ehalr
ln ii, , olli; ?- Uial Btandi b) tha
a haaUh w ivai* Kaanadj falr,
Tn i'l- m*n of ihe rlul> uikI ilu \r.
\nii tn n'l ? ha hai ntt H shars
in !tir- ,<iii#K' thal standa bj tha ???!
iM after 11r-- Mr, Lang was wi>m to
throw rMleule at his college exporlencee,
apa'aklng aa though im fell thet they had
been onlj ot llttle raroe to him. The
tralnlng al OafOrd, however, had Inatllled
in him a profound love for the olaaalca
and wh.i reaponaible for hi^ tranalaUona
of Homer, Theocrltue, nion and Moaehua
Mr l_<n:;'s tlrst work was "The Hallads
aml Evrics Ot <>ld l''rance." Whlch ao
pi-ared in 1K72. Thlfl was follow-rsl bv sev
- mi othei booka o( rtMrae, Including "Hai
lada iu Blue Chlna," "Ballada sad \>rses
Valn," "Ornaa of Paraaasua*' aad] "Won
COIIecte-l rlhymeo. '
Translations of Homar.
in tha mean tlme had appearod his
proaa tranalatloa of ths MOdys8ey,M in
whlili IM ?-iilKliorai.il with S. II. Iluti-hcr.
aml of tha ' llhid." Iu Whlch E. Myers
and 88/gKer l-OOi wen- lollabotators.
"Homer and the ?ph*." his rn-.\t eontrfoo*
tlon ahmg thla llne, was followed by a
transtatlon of "The llnm.ric Po-mis." and
Bnally, bi itod, b) "Hooaor and Hla Age."
Mr. Lang was ii.ttuially grOOtlJ '"ter
esfil In Scottlsh histoiy, and wrote pro
fuseiy sa loptes Bonnectod wlth It "p
had nnde a spefial study of Marv Stuarf.
and in lttl publlBtmd the "Mystery of
Mary gtUartt" wlihli thr?-w new light 011
her life. He also wrote aeveral mono
graehg dealing wlth the time of Jarhea
In the fleld of anthropology Mr. Lang
also labored. produclng "The Book of
Dreams and Ghoata," "The Seeret of the
Toten" and oth?-r works. whlch attatned
Mr. Lang also invaded the realm of
falryland wlth hls genlua, hia most noted
work in this dlrectlon being "The Blue
Kalry Tale Book."
As a crltlc Mr. Lang achieved world
wide fame und he alao dlatingulshed htm
self as a Journallst by hia mLvellaneous
ai ticles far "The Morning Post" and 'The
Dally N'ews." For s?veral yeara he was
editor of "Longrnan's Magaztne."
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRITTAIN.
Willlarn 1'ranklln Brittuin. who was
connected Wlth the whole*ale drygoods
flrm of Jamee H. Dunham A Co.. of No.
340 Broadway. for thlrty-eight yeara.
(iled on Saturday at hls home, No. 560
West 16.1th street. after a. short illncss.
Ile was slxt: -four years old.
Mr. QrltteiB waa born in Athens. Ga..
and at th? age of fourteen Joined the
tonnnanJ of his l'atlier. Colonel Henry L.
Brittatn, Who fought throughout the Clvll
War und-r ileneral Robert E. Lee. After
three yeara* fcervlce in the c'onfed'-rate
Army young Britinln, at the age of seven-1
tccn i i-am, BTM promoted to the rank of
At the cloae of the war Mi. Brlttain
entered the I'nlverslty of Georaia. from
which he was graduated with honors.
After leavlng the uBdvaralty he engaged
UI the drygoods buslne*s wlth hls uncle,
aftorward orninfi: to New york, where he j
finally became assoi lated wlth Jamc-i H |
Dunham & 4'o.
Mr. Brlttain was un ardent horaemnn.
Bnd at one time owned many fast horse?. j
ile waa a member of the Arkwiight an.l
ajttburban Drlvtng and Hidiog clubs, the i
New Vork Diivora' Aa.soclatlon. theOconn
Pond Hunting and Jishlng Club, the
Georgta Soclety and other organizatlons j
He Icavcs a wife and a sistei.
The funeral wiis boM >esterday after- |
noon at 4 o'cloc!; at hls home. The burial
will be ln Atbona, Ga.
THE REV. DR. F. E. SHEARER.
The Rev. Dr, Krerieri* k E. Shearer,
slated < i?trk of th?> New Vork Pres
bytery for flfteen years. di.vi Saturday ut
hia liome, No. 175 C'ltremont avenue.
He was horn in Glllshurg! Penn? seventy
four years ago. He leaves a wife and
three chlldren, Mrs. Anna L. Blgler, of
Lctrolt, Frederlck K. .ihearer, jr.. of j
london. and George L. Shearer, a lawyc-, i
of thls dty.
Dr. Shearer was Instrumontal ln the i
collectlon of large sums of money for
the uae of the work of foreign misalon
nries during lits term as stated clerk, the
lurgest contrihutlon being 1500.000.
Pr. Shearer wv.s graduated from
Prlncrton Theologlcr.l Semlnary, and ha'1
hta flrst pastorate ln Southampton, Long
T?land. In l*<70 he went to San Fran
clsco. wliere he became prominent in the
Uaertcan Tract Soclety. of whlch he
was one of the founders About twenty
??ars ago Dr. Shearer came to thls elty
Ile reslgned hls offlce ln the Church here
in I9.?7. owing to failing health.
The funeral will be held at the boaM !
of hls .son. No. >',i Kast 40th street, to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
WILLIAM B. WHEELER.
Wllliam B. Wiieeler dled at the IJres
bytarbm Hospital on Saturday. after a
luief illnt-ss. in hls alxty-thlrd year. He
Uaven a wife and two chlldren. Wllliam
i,. ji . of Paaama, and Mery wh?eiei
Vmt ju. oi tiiia (it.v.
Alr. Wheeler wa* well known aa a reM
d. nt of 1'awlltig. where hc had a home on
yuaker Hi!!. Ile II. ed there most of the
vear with hls famtly. He was a son cf
Thomas Wheeler, a wealthy drover an<;
farmer. who onoe owned a thousand acres
Of land near Wingdale, where the state
has recently purehaaed a slte for a large
He married a Miss Coffey. of Quaker
HUI, Pawilng. and dper.t njost of his
buioness life in thia city, where he was
a member of the New Vork utoek Ex
ehanga Of lato >cars he had lived In
RAY T. LEWIS.
Ki ut, wjek. Ho. July '.'1 - r?a> T.
LeejrbJ, former Mayor of Duluth. Minn ,
and at one time Representatlve in the
IflnnOOOU ljcgislaturc. dled here to-day.
Mr. Lewla vvaa a native oT"Brunswick. and
since teturning from a Kuropean trlp had
been sfaylng at the house ln whlch he
was born seventy-two yeara ago
IfRf! MART OJjAV Bl'LLARD. wife
of Plaher Tenney Ibjllard. dled yesterday
after a brtef illness at Port Jeffereon.
Mr. Bullar.l is u. member of C. G Bullard
oi Ce., roffes broker* at No. tt Kront
street. and has a clty home at No. M
Mnrnlngslfle Drlve. The funeral will be
held to-morrow mornlrg at the' home of
Mr*. Bullard's parents, Mr. anu Mra.
Oeerga F*. Clay, No. 1*7 llth street, Long
lt'and Clty. Tne burial wlll be ln Wood
IjR. HKNL'AGE G1BB8. formerly a
member ot the rniverslty of Mlchlg.ui
faculty, and at one time one of the world s
foreiuost patliologlsts, is dead at McAhs
ter. Dkla. Dr. Gibbs was a ploneer ln the
catnpaUn against tuherculosls. He was
about eighty yeurs old.
SHUBERTS LOSE THEATRE
The Lyric. in Ohicago, Will Later Be
a Vaudeville Hoaae.
: By Telegreph to The Tiftuaa 1
Chlcago, .luly 21.-The Shuberts hav^
lost one of thelr beat theatres In Chlcago.
the !,-ric. although they may be able lo
liold tha Icbb* for the two years it Mlll
Bag to run. At that time, however, it
wlll hc aiirrendered to tlic Aleazar Thea
tre Company, a eeneara which has made
;, fortune in State street moving plcturo
Viiurievllle of the chcaper brand wlll be
prcsented 'n the house under the Alcar.ar
NEW YORK FROM THE SUBURBS.
Not all of those who ara Invitiii* the police
of New Vork *"ltv to dear th-Mr aklrta l.ellevt
they can Uo lt ?Hyracuia P.Mit-fltandard.
Dtotrtel Attorney Whttman had better ntop
sa'lii*- ttilna* about the pollca of New Vork.
Tha poll-e ther.- have \rr\ sen^ttlve frlcndf.?
Subwa)!* nre fordna -hurches to mov? In
Now York *ity. Ihovial. .hurcbea nre ?<i[>po*ad
10 We^p peBBOl from foi"* below.-t'etrolt Jour
A roinmiuee ln K4M> Vork on flrt proirotlon
lu the publlc arhoola of that clty haa had
rrported to li by the cnglnaer employed tbe
.., |... ?. ..- fact that non? of the apboola ln
? pr-r-trd la rtr#proof nnd iliat man) of the
tiulldlnc-i ara flretrapa. It la more than llkely
i.iii- thla la the condltlon, BBON ?? leis, ln all
lar<e oitle-i. an.l lt la time ln thla day. wben
n.-e prevanilon la a vilal Issue, that auch a
ttatr . ' affalra ahould be remadlcd aa faat aa
ihe meaua at the dlapoaal of the arhool
tulhontlea warrant. The quastlon ia not ona
whlch wlll aafely admit of d-lay? Balilmota
DI. GEl smI dead
I ... . ' - ?
Composed, Played Organ and
Taught at Union Seminary.
GAVE 300 FREE RECITAL8
Founded Manuscript Society,
Headed State Music Teacheri
and Ouild of Organisti.
Dr, Gerrlt Smith, compoaer and pro?
fessor of music at the Cnion Theologlcol
Semlnr.ry, died suddenly yeaterday morn?
lng of pneumonla af hia country hama.
\Vays!d*\ at Darlen* Conn.
Dr. Smith was born at Hagerstowa.
Md.. December il. lftto, the son of Oerrlt
Henry and jjarle Antolnette iKitzhugh)
Smith. Me n.K .. grsndson of Colonel
James l.lvlngsion, a great-grand'on ef
Colonel Wllllam Fltahugh. of Meryland,
and a grandriephew of Gerrit Smith, abe*
litlonlat and phllanthropiet.
Mla flrst musical Instruclion was ob
talned ln Ceneva, X. T.. from Mme. Tew
ler, a pupll of Moscheles and mother of
the planlst, Mrs. Agnes Towler Morgan.
and hls lirst musical experrience waa at
St. Mark s School. Southborough. Mase..
where he sang in the boya' choir. and
v. here. when he was fourteen yeara old.
one of hls composltions waa performed
AtHobart College. he was organiat ef
the chapel during the last two veara of
hls course, and then went to 8tuttgart
to sluuy music. Returning to New To.-'...
l)e studlcd under Samuel P. Warren. He
was appointed organiat at St. Paul'a Ca
thedral, Buffalo, and continued hla
studies under Dr. Eugene Thayar* and
Wllllam H Sherwood. In 18S0 he agaln
went abroad, thls time to Berlln. where
he recelved lnstruction from Profosaor
August Haupt and Kdward Itohde On
hla way back to New York he vlflted.
dlfferent cities, playing many organa and
meeting well known musicians.
In Leipale he played at the conaerva*
tory for Karl Pluttl, and waa preaent
with him ln the old Thomasklrche when
the arrangements were being made to
remodel Boeh'g famoua oid orgsn. Stop
ping at Magdeburg. he rnet Dr Rltter
and played in the cathedral. In Dres*
den hc had the honor of playing before
Ouptav Merkel some of Merkel's compo
In England he rnet Slr John Stalnee
and George C. Martin and played on the
Albert Hall, St. Paul'a and other targo
organs. On ChrislmrfU Day Dr. Brtdge,
InvlteU him 10 sit wlth him ln the organ
loft at Westmlnster Abbey.
On hia return he went to St. Peter'a
Church Buffalo, and ln 18S5 became
organlst of the South Reformed Church,
I'urk avenue and Doth atreet. He was
ulso profesaor of theory at the Mast
School. of Brooklyn, and founder and
stx yeara president of the Manuscript So
clety, a former president of the New York
State Moste Teachers' Assoclatlon, and a
former honorary president of the Ameri?
can Guild of Organiats. He recelved the
degree of Iroctor of Music from hla alma
Dr. Smith was well known not only
through hls composltions, but through
his free organ recltals. He gave almost
three hundred alone in South Church.
often playing,new composltions for the
flrst tlme ln New York. In the last few
yeara Dr. Smith has been abroad a?v
eral tlmes, playing ln many of the
cities of England and the Contlnent.
meeting intlmately such diatingutshed
men as Sir John Stalner, Dr. Lloyd. Slr
Walter Parratt. Berthold Toura, W. S.
Hoyte, Baron de la Tombelle Salome,
Gullmant, Ferdlnand Hlller and othen.
Among hls own composltlona sre the
cantata "King David," the ?ong cycle.
??Thlstledown," and about seventy-flve
*ong?. nurnerous piano pieces and Chrlst
mas anthems. Among the songs he wrote
or set to music are "Aquarelles." "Drcem
wlngs.' ? The .Moon and the gtara." "Der
Tannenb.ium." "Put by the Lute," 'The
Nlght Has a Thousand Eyes" and "The
The muelclan marrled Mlaa Caroline
Buttenleld. of Buffalo, ln 1S87, and eh*
and one daughter. Mlsa Wyntje Llvlng
ston Smith. survlve. He had a New York,
home at No. 99 Claremont avenue. The
funeral wlll be held on Tuesday after*
rioon at Darlen. Aiready there la talW
of a memorlal ser\ Ice for Dr. Smith.
VV. D. WASHBURN DYING
Ex-Senator Rushed Home on %
Minneapolia. July :i?Ex-l'nited Atate*
Senator William D. Waahburn. pioneor la
the upbuildlng of the Northweet, arrhsad
home from TCurope to-day ln a dylng octu
A ijulck trip to Minneapolia from New
Tork was made ln a special traln. To*
nlght phyalclans declare that death la
only a question of hours. aa tho patien.
has been unconscloua nearly all day. He
Ig elghty-one years old.
Mr. Washbum was taken II] whlle
homeward bound from Europe, but untll
the last stages of the journey hla condt*
tlon was not considered serloue. He hao
enioyed good health untll his preaent 1U
nega He ggrvod one term aa Unltetf
States Senator. being sueceeded by Sena?
tor Knute Nelson ln ISSo.
Bullard, Msr*' 0. Hrelth. Uerrlt.
Disen, Charlea A Trusdell, Anns E. c
I.uvster. Hunnah P
nt"Ll_\UD On Juiy 81, 1912. aPer a br,of
lllnea*. ar Porl JefTeraon. N. V . Mary Oa>.
wlfo of FtabOt Teime; Bullard snd daughter
of Citorg* V. and Margarer Huntor I !?*?
Funeral eervlres prlvate. Tueada.v mornlrif.
m the real-enee of her parents. No. 1?7 11th
Bt., Loaa laland <Mty, N. f Iniennent
Wo.xllawn CBmeterj Roston paners ples-o
D1XOK?Charlea a. diwii. agid t? \??r*.
Funeral fr.?m The Puneral 4'hureh," No?.
-?M-_4.% W"?t 23- ai. 1 FVstik K. I'ampbell
i.fYSTKR Baaday. -tuly 21. 1012. ln tho
Sftth y-ar ot h'r ??<?? llannah P.. wLtow ot
Peu*r LUfBtar Kunersl aervlce ?t ihe renl
dence of h?r nlteeo. th<* Mlase- Purd;.. No
Igg Wesr 117th Bt, Tueadny. Julv Ti, st 11
SMITH? ?guildenlv. 0' pneumonla on Sundny.
.lul" '-'l taig, at Tokenoke Park 1 Darlen ?.
Corin.. Oerrlt Hmllli. Kuneral itrlrtly prl
v ate. Norlee of memorlal aerv leo her?
TntTgDgt#tr?At Summlt. K. J. on Saturdsy.
lul) 80, 101'-'. Ann_ Ellxatieih I'anipheli,
heloved wlfe of Wurren N. Tnnrtell. Fu?
neral servlces wlll bo hehl 04 her lars
hom>'. No- 'I* Waahlagtea at.. Newark.
N. .1.. ?n V,'edres.av mornlnf, July -4, at.
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