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HER AUTOBIOGRAPHY, "THE FOURTH GENERATION," AND AN
IMPRESSION OF THE WOMAN.
? liU.. ty ( a
London, September L'<'..
v MW candidate for irninortality haa
presented beraelf to the BrltMh publlc
jlr jaael Roaa aatl or of a hook la
ajHdtoual] eutltled -The fourth
flaaeratlon.N Mra Roaa pabUshed la
tgff] Three Genemtlo_a ol Bngllah
being aa account of ber
grandmother and great-grand
mothct. aii weanea of mark. Bo if
-8 that her preaent 1>o,>k came to be
called* "The Fourth Qeneratlon
nerse:f being tha "Fourth." and this
being really an Autobiography. Sh>
jeems t<> have choaen th, tltle by ad
Vice o: a pubUaber; who may scn.-raiiy
to trusted to know What sort of titie
? i ln.s warea aii the
?ame. I think it n mistake. Whether
the MThree Oeneratloaa" was a suc
imBfBl bOOk l know not. but it is a
D book. who among th
eragc readera of to-day remembera tha
- four an.l twenty yean
I at "!iy rate. di.i not remember this.
n0, probebly ever lieard of it. nor of
otiUr booka by Mrs. Roaa; all ol
nor of Mra Koss. Atnonc books lyinc
about on club tables. such a tltle as
the preaent does not attract It neither
explains the book nor eadtea cui
gnd one of those two thlBga ought to be
done by a tltle. it waa Bnally by an
thal i came to look at the
voiune. All this I explain in the bope
fif'j,?l- ? _ the Am-rican r-arier I
n0 attention to the titie bnl plbl
once mto the book.
He wlU flnd hlmeelf Bt or.ee in .a
land of enchantment Wh.ther he
Of Mrs. Kos.s or not
JjJ --.,;-,. no ditference. The flrst few
j_?es wlll make him hn-. 1!
,ead to the end; with each period of
ker llfe. or Indeed almost <>n every
pag... uonderinc that hor name should
J . -.mkn'.wn Wh. n the
wlll wlsh lt had not. but
he will have added to his gallj
Ufe-portraits a dazziim; Bgure
WIH forget Mrs. Roaa
living- Inexorabla dates fix h<
at sever.ty. but she writea as if Btlll
ln the pknitucle of her extraordlnary
power? and gift* She is a woman
wh0 hn. ry minute of h<r llfej
and Bvea them atlll; an.i can make
them, ,ai "!iakP th'm- ?Mw f"r
you a'nd for me an.l for nl!
And oh! how you will wtoh you had
known hei. or might still i
Mr. r ? aadd to me
^nson Ruriincame. then our M
to Rusfia that he aeenied t<> have
gone through llfe as a blrd goea
through the alr. lf he knew Mrs.
ross he muat have said the same
thing of her. lt predaely deecrlbee
her. No other image
txpress the awlftneaa and buoyancy of
ber pro?r-?s through th.- ? Be
rause I apeak c.f her as uoknown to
cou or to me, do not imagir.e that her
life or an> part <>f it was ever :
The axact COBtl
true gbe : brilliant world
anionp brilliant people of whoi
berself waa Burely one of the
brilliant She had made for I
thls place even ln her gtrlhood. Hhe
bad anrroun led herself with frlenda
less youthful than herself. Phe was
doitzed. T o namea ataad out on
ihese lumino is ^arli. ? Klng
4_e and ' dltb, whom ; Ir
mlla "my Poel ' Later ootna many
more of tn.-,;., worlda and races; royal
tles of cliv : dltlea and such
rreat < ~- wr?'J
fo.nl i- found iti him, a
klndren t\ Irlt I adventura aad ?jC
It a l Klnj l ;i:: ? " ?' ftr%t
attracted me to the book; lylna
letter: "Your affectionate a. W. Clng
hke." Noa :- w!',J
with .:? of natui
U?o a ? ? nature fi oa
)e aeMom departed I kneW blm for
aany years well, and lt cam<
jurpri^ ? i haa gnature, Af
fcctlon;" was, but with
)n affection lying ao deep that it eel
V?m c.. The feeling
PHthere; tb< xpreaalon ol it Blmoal
*ever And - ? i asked myseM who can
this Ja- dla "My
Iwr Janet " and whose "afTcctlm.ate
A. w. k . he waa. i read the
letter. I ? ? booh and
had evei tter of hla. THen
I began again and read the whole
8o far aa K.ni;lakc- win 008M
lt atirred m ' whlch I have
?ometlri..-* >?? ok. i ? f,,ll-v
te I want< i For if you knew
-_*lak< <u some ahare of hla hablt
?faient aelf-represalon Unparted liaelf
lo 'you; at :? a -t, wlth ref< r< a* a to
hm. Of blmac Imoat never
Uik. HU i . ? you ha left you
h Infer, yet never left you in doubt
ibout lt ?? . -. lettera to his dear,
* *om< tln Jan.-t th< i' la
lil of b aweetnese, and more
fraedon. n thnn was common
*1th him 'i: . are entlrely charm
?f. H< -. as :i.'t years older thun
**? Hla blrth year was l^f.t: Tenny
???'? and (Jladatone'a and ollver
*?Jdtll Holmea'a year. Hers WBJ
**<2. and "Eothen," whlch flrat made
toatlak. famouH, had been publlabed
*1844. Hhe often calla him "Eothen"
"?did othei !.? I. nda, if lntlmate enouah.
Wh?n h . i ii ing hla "Invaaton
rf ^e Crlmea" his friend Janet trana
latad for him Todleben'a history of lh<
***? of Hevaatopol; Klnglake having
60 lerman ln all hia lettera to ber
"? touchea and tracea of that beautl
peamradeehlp whlch may aometlmea
?haat hetwe.-n a man who has
?^'hed oi paaaed hia merldlan and a
ffl iii her early iprlngtlma
J*net wu* the daughter of Sir Aiex
**de*' r>urr Uordon and L<ucie, etdeet
?^'d of john and Barah Auatin Her
b^adfathc-r waa rrOfBgaffT of JurlH
?*"**?"? ln London I'nlveraltv; a
"?M lawyer who preferred tho theory
* U>e practlce ?.f the law; whose
"Oo*. "Ti.. Provlnce of Jurlsprudehce
?awmineo:," is a < l*is?i'- ln tne pro
^??lon. jiis wife had a natur.- ;in<l m
Wll?ence 0f dlatinctlon whlch wera
*1*-??iltie.l to Lady I^uff OOTdOa and
| to Janet At eightaen Janel marrled
Henry Roea, ? be iker In Alexandria,
t. where he took hia wife to live.
I She apent aeven yeara In Egypt, and
they are among the wonderful yeara of
her life. Her mother was the Lady
! Duff Qordon revered by the Egypoana
of the ITpper Nlle, where for reaoona
of bealth she dwelt for a apace; and
ned it with the natlvea by her
power of klndneaa and aympathy; ?
| more human and womanly Lady Hee
' ter Btanbo] >
Jinii t gtvea a too brtef accouni of Mr.
rtahlp, bul it appeara it was,
among other things, hla excellence In
the huntlng Seld which endeared him
to her. she puta it tirst, ln fact; then
hla pleaaanl waya aiul converaatlon.
n<- waa twanty-three years b< r aenlor;
g good and r'or some time ;i BUCCessful
man of business. Then there were
troublea and a new company came into
exlatence, and then troublea also for
the DOW cnipany. the Kgyptian Trad
ing Company; and in Egypt there arcae
a crlala; financlal and other i ris- s hav
mg long been chronlc in that dlatreaa
fui land, The Khedlvf owed the com
: pany ? laraa aum of money, an.i would
not pay it. Khedlvea In those daya
being aiwaya more rea ly to borrow
than to pay. Mrs. Rosa went to Lon
? don, where ihe i ompans 'a chief ofl
were, t" see ui.-u could be done, and
rlbea hei Intervlew with ti.e humor
i that never faila her; eometlmea ? mla?
I chievoua humor. Bhe found the Dl?
rectora, si-v or aeven or them. as- ?
aembled ln their board room in the i
Clt> ; with lugubrloua face:-: and noone ;
f tliom with n Wea what to do or
how to reecue their company. To all
Mra. Ri 'a ? rtlona they could only
No. Then this energetlC lady, still
m ii r early twent y they
shouid telegraph the British Conaul
?al in Cairo Bttd ask him to put
ure on the Khedlve to pay. Thi y
hold up thelr handa In horror:
"II is Impoaslble. Buch a thing has
?: done "
I ? '
"Wi II, gentli ? none of yon
plan, will you let me
bai I ?-?.'.: ?
Th. n ' | aaaent, and In a
nvora I i tuni i of the Egyptlan
Tradlng Company were In this young
j a'odi ls. Bhe drove to the For
Slr Henry Layard, then
ry for Porelgn Affalrs,
>f her mfi frlenda and
i him to lnsi | Brltlah i
s'ii General to apply to the Khedlve jo |
the Berlln Pori
oold have been nothlng
rk ible i". thla; the Qei ?
ernment having the useful habit of put
Ind German commi rclnl
Bnanclal . ind supportlng
and all good i lermana, thi world
the Engllah; but Blr
did aa Mra Roai aaked
I him; wlred :the Bl Itlah n pi
iio, who aaw the Khedlve, and the
live pald tho money. There m. not
ill thla b..ok a atory more charac
tlc Of Mrs. Kuss; of I ?. h w,
her decision, her sourage. Amaaterful]
I woman |nd<
? bl : ln Eg] Pt the san.e '
mui iivating, j.er-uading, P -r- j
to do hei wlll. Bhe
with Khedlve, Pachas, all kinds
of 1 more
perioi terms. Mowbray
1 "Tlie Ti
.\ exandrla, meel i
. ? ?!th
witli ? r the I "? lm< i"
? which she a< -
? and holda for thrai
wltchi gyptlan world with noi.ie
Hg m Pacba'a prke
nd wlna aa
t . t not oi rlalim, bul ?
do* ? it mounted ofBcera. she
Jumpa the Buea Canal, into the bed of
1 which. in an early atage, water enough
; had been al rwed to flow to make II a
i; eomplai ntl remarklng that no
? woman Wlll tvr do lt agaln. De
Leaaei Oul< hard and many another
? poteatate, of thoee daya are at ber feel
j si.e Ii with them on expeditlona of ad?
I \enluie, oi mu<h hnrdsi.ip and some
.?r; bul neith.r hardehip ii"r dari
. \... eomee amlea t.. this feaiieea
Through v al] ablnei the woman's
.-. which was extraordlnary. But
of tbat you muet form an Image for
rnait Thera la no early pboto
graph from Ufe There are repri due
iioriH af portralt beada; two by Watte,
who has trled in hla POeth way to
paint character, and ln t ne tbe loveii
neee ol eyee and face doea appear. A
thlrd la by Lehrbton, wbo has eought
f,.r a ciaaelc rendertnej and ..1 eeeded
only ln LetghtondBtng a face which can
>? have ''.'en tbe Janet w< know
from ber book. You would never guess
.),,. three vaeelona were meant for tho
?ama woman. itlll more axtraordl
oary nrae her woman's obarm and the
dlBtlnOtlOfl wlilch OOBMB from beauty
! of nature. In ber book you see the
?OW and play of vltal forces; strength.
and gwectneea m aa mdleaoluble ire?on.
ji.-r plcturea of other people are nor
tralta, bul it Le ber own picture roa
, are for most.
Meredltb'i long lettara are tn tbe heei
mood of tbat emjrward genlus, who ta
i? his beat houra Inaplred; his beat
; houra being ti.ose when be eoadeecetvle
to write plaln Knglrh. But her own
,,.,?.,, ?re atlll tba mcat .i.iightfui ln
the book. she wrltee as if the could
n)(f ,?..., ?. ,;,.,,. rally light ln tOUCh,
M lattan Bbonld ba, dtaotinf the
m, ,,(1 of the moment; there c.me other
momeatewhea tha flre la tba woman ?
BO,,i Baahea out aad bwne Bercaty
After Bgypl came Italy, where 4r.
and Ura Reee eeUbllahed Ibenv dvee
I1(.;ir piorence; arbere be dled. aad
where she itlll ItreBi managing, Ibc.r.
B considerabi- BBtate erlt* 1*111 aad
.? ?,lit There John Addlngton Syn.onds
,..,?..? mtg her life, whom she ehrlatana
?\lv Hlatorlaa"! and twe Americans.
Charlea Dudley Warner, Of amiablebut
DOW fa.Iing memory, and Mark Twaln.
from whOBO robust oornmonness she did
not shrink; nnding in him, as his hnge
publlc did, other qualltlea to weigh
Bgalnal his want of reflnenient and his
wearlsonif drawl. She had cathollc
taetee, wea tolerant of eccentrlclty or
dofecta in a man, provktod he was a
man, as Mark Twain .-ertainly was.
I make no attempt at an adequate
account of her book of her life or her?
self. i _ive you a aelectlon of my own
lnipreeaiona; an.i eren theae from mem?
ory, for aa I arrlte I have not the book
with me. If I had I could embroldcr
eober columaa with maay a
aparkllng aentenca and teliing anec
dote; and still more with those eelf
revelatlons which make thls llfe story
a romance; hut a trua romance. For
all thal it is much better you should go
to the book, which will emhain you to
tl." ead and leave you with a lasting
n ^rct not to have been a frien.l of the
woman herself. O. W. S.
SAILIlMG ON THE CARONIA
Gaby Deslys and Three Army
Ofticers Among Passengers.
London, Nov. 2.?Gaby Deolya, tha
Prench dancer. left Llvarpoo] to-day on
ti..- Caroala for New Tork, where she
hopea tliat th.- "Gaby k 1 i*i??" wlll
the turkey trot ln popularlty
durlng her twenty weeks eimagein.-nt
l j Lea and laoob .1 shubert. Qaby
:i gUdlng at the Pala< <? Theatre
here wlth terrttlc aaceeee, though tha
eenaor rather dlsnpproved of her orig
Inal veralon <>f the gllde. Bha mlght
extend her \i.--it to Amerlca rery con
aiderably if her BUCCeea ln NOW Vork is
anythlng llka aa nronounced as it has
bec n in London, bui must return In any
evenl to the British capital la Beptem
Wlncbell Bmlth la alao returning t<"?
America tj-day after produeing "Of?
flcer 868," but ls coming to Kngland
agaln in December to produce "The
Portune Hunter*' for Cyrll Maude
other paeeengera on th.- Caronla to
daj wre Col lei Kenna, Captain Mer
\yn Crawahaw an.l Lleutenant R. M.
Btewart-Rlchardaon, who are golng to
New Tork for the Horae Bhow to take
part iti the J?mplng competitkrae, and
Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Tobln, who were
marrled in London a few weeks ago
WINANS KIN GET $500,000
Settlement on Children of Prince
Henri de Bearn.
Haltlmoie. Nov _.- .\ settlement of
? on Gaaton de 0 e Bearn and
? .le Beern, chlldren of Prln ?<
Henri d* Bearn, of france, and erand
, t the late R. t.
? illlonatre, I ln t; >?
' Court here t???
Thi aettlemi nt wfll come
? ft under the Wlnans win t,?
Iflai i torothy Bati mai daughti r oi ?
Newport, R l . _inkeeper, and from othai
ofthi estate. IflaaBateman,It la
ented to r.
share in the estate, and '? ise of thia
and oth.-r aettli menta ?
tlciputc-'i ovei tba Wlnani will
Ti. chlldren of Prln - di Bearn, irhoee
wlfe was the late Beetrl a Wlnana were
not mentioned In tha wlll of theli ?
father : the eati
llr. Wlnana and th. prln. i
ing out Of tba a, tion of the prln ? ln l ".-.
? hla wlfe'a win.
MRS. C. PINKERTON ILL
Blood Transfusion for Presi?
dent Arthur's Daughter.
Mra Chariea Plnkerton, da ightei of tha
: .... i r< I. Rl Cbi atl r A. Arthur, baa
been aiiffeMnt,' from a form of anatmla
fOT BOI ral w> ?-k(-. A WO< k
dltion ch that her 1
practl. allj ? ol BV n ' U well
ki..,v. n | who had I
.:,i i.. to i ? rfoi n itlon for
tbe tranafuslon of bl<
Mi ana b le, Mrs. Plnkerton, wbo
; Kli o, waa aradually ?
.\ f. w d - B< rger,
, f San J. ;.. wlth two . volun
teered thelr aarvlcea Th op ratlon waa
. ?, ? l, and it v. .
hi that Mra Plnkerton waa i--i
fortably. Bha baa ahown
Improvement alnea tba operatlon, and II
wa- aaid al her home that ahe wouM
probebly ba aMe to leen hei bed la
BESSIE WYNN WANTS $50,000
! Vaudeville Actress Sues Pcnnsylvania
Railroad Because of Fall.
[ AUoglna that her phyali al d
' permanenl and that II waa ? auaed by the
negllgenoa of tha Pennaylvanla Rallroad
Company, Miss Beeale WTynn, a raude
i viiie actress, began suit in the Bupreme
Court yesterday agalnal tba rallroad
oompany. Bha aski for 160.000 damagaa
Tl ? a treea, who In pi Ivati llf< la Mra
Falrchlld, allegea that on January it sba
sllpped an<t f.-n on a passengor Btalrway
ln tn ? Pennsyhranla atatlon ln thls dty
! and received lajnrlaa that wlll reeult ln
I ber being oompelled t<- undergo an opera
| tion Whlch will make hOT letlr.-inent frotn
tbe >t..s'- Imparatlva Bha declarea bei
Balary la apward <>f Bto a week, and her
Injurlea wBl deprlra her el her oaly maaaa
?t uvalih -o.i._
juhn rultea. bead ef the cabin depart
ment of the (,'unar.l I.lne. died BUddanly
from apoplexy ea frlday nlght at Btam
, f(.r.i m y . arbere ha had bei n apei
la raeat'ten. He wa accompanlad by his
wlfe und two Btepdaughti ra
Mr 1-ulton, wl..? waa alxty-two I
old had been playlnj Wlilarda ln thi
hotel al ? :? P tn. Aiter tba aame he
Wen? o hla room Ui apparently Bood
health Ki W o'cloi h h, called to hla wlfe
and, reellna over, died ln ber arms.
Mi tfulton, who ha.i alwaya ri malni d ..
British aubjeet, waa wlth thi.< Unard Uii
for thlrty-ona yeara Ha bad been ln l ? ?
,te imahlp buslnesa for foi ty -two :? i ai
' iie had booked transportatlons foi I
' saii.l- of persona pionuneiit ln h.I part*
of the world, and was known In the offlce
??the man who COUld pMUM .vel>
He aang tenor In a < hun a miartet In
g, nt" d Conn., BOBM thlrt) yeara ago,
? nd there met hln wlfe. wh,. was th
; Honiano. The body wei brought last nlght
tohla honaa at No. Ml MoDonough atreet,
EDITH TALIAFERRO RETURNS.
__tt.li Taliaferro, uti.r -;( Kata DOUfUS
Wlaaln and Charlotte Thompeona play.
?_fcaof8unnybrook I'..-.? returned
, i ,,,?ii?i yeaterday on the Whlte
sw,rst a shP'-Htic. Wlth her were all
?b.rmemSrsof the "Rebecca of Bunn)
l -Him" company, who hav.- been
'"V'^-i , t the < lobe Theatre In Lon
Sg^ln the American pl*y of nual l.t,
Taliaferro returns tostarl b-r too
ibmuKh the .ountry. bealnnlng at the
Colu-Sla Tboatre in WaHhlmUon. a week
Those Who Will Sit in Parterre,
Stall and Grand Tier.
FEW CHANGES IN OLD LIST
Mrs. Ogden Goelet, Vincent As
tor, Frick, Morgan and W. K.
Vanderbilt Among Naraes.
The Metropolltan Opera Company
laaued yesterday the Bat of partcrn-,
,1 grand tier boxholeera for the
coming aaaaca The liat, whl b baa aoiaa
few changea from that af laat year. is
aa foll a . ?.,- .
i Mra. Ogden Qoelst.
l m. Orma W
Mra i; Besva Mar- _
,.llt .\\ ....Inrailaya.
,i, n .' l i I? i May b.
??J OpwUag nis..t.
.. . i l . \\ ...1n..- I.ni.
i , , lara
?. v yo,iruni:::....;
t^wla ' ? '" rJuirsdsya
h. th a ."Idaya
i ? ? n ?? U .._*...
T Yln ? . ' U
;? Mr Charlea T. B ir
. | KasMlare, eda
Mlaa I "w3J.il ! '
Mra WW I r***"-0*d Mnndaya. even
.lainea B t
, .,, ~ ?i "?''1 vv ' ' ''???
.1. Allon iowi aend ,,, , y.
M H'le.'lr)*-,.^^ Kridays. O'ld
lt Mra '
," :v ?'.', J!'''?'?"- "'ii Msaaaya
Wltherbee... (wn ivedneadaya
tl. O. MeMuri Even Frlda
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." ? Mattaeaa.
1" Wlllla xlternately
? t, ? AiTernBiei>.
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Mra. J ' v
It. R. ?lno'B.
: \ t> fui Hard.
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? ' nrar.ln? MrM.
I tt n. Osn
S H I' i ?'
and - t'rl
laya nnd *\ m
J.'T. Atterl rldays.
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Kdward D. Ad?
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K - I ? la\*.
p II p p?ll i I n tlneea
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t Wondward Unven < ,ta\a and
ir i Rlali
i . tip. a tondays
ii ? rilfl W ?
M R. V. ' | ?? I Ttaly.
... ?? ia, parl Mi ndaya, Thura
ty |,,.,...? i nuntssOdd Wedneedsys.
r.r-.rro W. Perklns Bven Wednesdaya.
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M,. . i. . -i tnatlneea.
,)",!? I '??' r>'
' im .Monda*?.
n njan In l? B ??'>e.
H c. Ilollenbacfc ' ninays.
i hn ' n IL i beeK. S
v ,, | ..Hsturdaj matlaasaj
, ? i ,,,k ^ .,it . ;.i i Ish M..I Ut\i.
Mi- 1:1.r Jeroma
I .,? ? ....Wi
tn . rrldaya,
i> Mra Prai b a\
? ,. .. B aaaaaa i
,,,;,? . PrldSyi
Krank H V?r<\.Fsturtay mstlnees.
].- c ii in lOBdSys.
\ ir'isi < 'i'i" nheln
i ? a* ?' ' I rrlesya.
W \|IN \<,!l JOl Ii V'> ""? ' , .
M,s W'ti: 'alomor l
.., wiUI B< gara !
Mrs Chartei rollnei Wrdnr.days.
Mlaa Helen Barratt..
miv? ,\i,i,u i araaoa i
Mra Vleter n.
, ,-. i,. ,? . rrldaya.
? ,, ,.?:,,. M waay matlnee.
H^nrv Zn.k.iman. I
Un P. Z MH bel
Mr- <? m Maswafl.
Mr, Mar| ihuradsye.
?I :,? ? .
Mra '" A Brj ???
Al.ra.lii.il B M. -i Krlrlaya.
mish Marlaa Oluea-1
d?T I*i,?.v." i .^aturday matlneea.
Mlu K.Hth ^anl.
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I' .1 Oo* .Thursdays.
Barea Alfred von i
der Repp. -i-rwa>*.
?;-^s t/ers v..: i
4*1 Ropi . j
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I'a\i.- s.-iMinl.iy matlne??.
.) Mr* Oa :??? .'.
1 ' < '??-.- .Mnndav*.
J. Heary I'M*.w.-dir-edays.
'J<]^t-! ? Vlnt* ; i lays.
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Bdgar a. ??? l> mstlaeea
V John W lt, : ,i ,r,<1:.V!?
a n - rt Ptaal.Wednesdaya
Mn. Aas-1 < ippea
Josepll Viin V!<--?, Jr. >:,i-;i?! u m.ittnee.
'.' I - ae Lansalotb.li.
Mra <>!in i>. Qray..taturday matin.ta.
QBAM- tier* BOXBOU>aa&
.r **"?'? Maedaya
.".?' .i. Baipw l'"1".Monday*.
u Mlsa .luiin Choatar
Moble Mn 'ounc n.VVcdneadaya
is i: Brecse _torrl?....Moadar*.
15 Qtorn U. Hurd.Monday*.
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B. Di. kaon... M
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? h .We In^sdays.
D .Baturday matine**.
H W DtXOfl Blll*.t:\-n Monday!..
Di WUIj M r*r....Wedn*a-_ya
i" .\. Coffln. ly matineea.
- . Monday*,
? ;m Wednesday*.
n >. Clark....faturday matine**.
. M nda i*.
E, M. K no? .. >V. !:,.-s.luy*.
ird.... J Mun-laya.
t > ii .m adaya
' .- iT-rlaya.
W Peter I
C, it Raytnond.Frlday*.
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L.0VE QUEERS B0RD0N1
'The First Affair" at Winter
Garden Puzzles First Nighters.
Tl ? flrsl ai peai an - of lo*. ?? In tha
woi Id haa been n ul - cl f< r tbe ; ??
n imber "f | -
ently eomea hat or. the mong the
? i l .in and r.
'. tbe who'- ln tha i larden of
nl Indlvlduala froi tlm<
? othi r notlons.
tha w int.-r
ii tal tltle
taln ?. nt up
?? : ? ? ? . them
he progi v
I : l, for
? n and tender. Of
a to tiimk of it.
thi tlma man'a
. . -.ii ;? mod
- u-. ao In
MUi ordonl roai from
: ? ?
.1 to tna footi
I turti up. H'-r birth
tbe ? ituron leaves lt
? ! is aklrt. Whether
if Ile Bordonl bi hlnd the (rtnga
? QtS was
..t tii i bi redl
. : dng h ii1
knd aa man
: Ightful a disadventaga.
v. , *ti ,i foollah
But how mui ii l etter they ara
i o u ae ii.iir
. od ?> " x '? when
i,.- spp. ared In th. di t pi i fot man.I
man, looked like
. ? i bl oom From
.' :., rather
t even In thi in waa nol h*
. d i wom in. Foi Bordonl
. .,,:.,; sti mpa between the Ilrst wom?
an and the nearest tblng there waa at the
to ma i waa an Inb n itlng one, and
? ra< ti rlstlc ol latei history. For
?n- itee ol bluaterlng
ratlofl m thi ' ? 11 af mea, woman
treed blm At aoon as
? ?: on the hlgb
u-dy proi ei t\ trea ahe baa m
. :., .. heraelf. t oaxed I ??
,, h< Bnalij mada I 4d to
, ome down, but be aoon loel bla
and him agaln; n< r did he dare
i,, ,i,?, ,i. l mi th. m.,un cama out
thla happened it had its cuatom
. ,, t. and ahe w ho hated by day
loved by nlght. Tha curtain deecended
Juat abOUt In Ume as man lald woman
? ? foot ol hla favortta tree. But
lova, ai thoaa who know nothla
I ? , wbi n tba curtain
wenl up agaln, aa though for an encore,
,,,,. |,. dlscoveaed b) tha apot
Ing, haaardoualy, high up m the
erma of tbe arer neeful trea
v, |th t ?? axi i otlon ol a ohanga In ML
i,,.:,. agoust'a costumo ??a aow weara a
leopard ^<i" and no taU?'Tba Flral .u
balag preeented al tha Winter
.liir,:, n ;,i a 'bad. Tba panto
nUmlc dano -ai tlni <-f tha prladpaia la
serloua oear poaaa aad __Inuar
tiona that atrlka niirth to the- marrow of
tl,, .[,,?? tatoi,(
Xhe llttla French girl la pretty beyond
? ,:, i nfortunately, her reta al?
though it allowa much of bi i to bt
ot ahow bt i off. Pt rhaaaj la a
apeaking part ahe would aprtai Into llfa
Xhe i,i,.i of tha "affair" la W. CroalB
n omi mylag muaas, by
I w . _alk, daaarvad to a< i oav
peaj ? omi thlnj b< tta _
i-'iiwin <i"ui,i mui membera of Wa
family occupled a boa -.t tha Playhouse
yeaterday afternoon and wttneesed tha
? >f "Llttla Womea "
???[. ctlon r tiirns will be n 11 hri I af
uirv Theatre on Tuesday evening
,,i?l posted on bulletln boarda ln every
,,,,1 of the buildlng, s,> that ln lha ln?
termiasion between the alghl aeenea ol
??The Daughter ot Heaven*' the audlence
h way ti- i ie-ui, ntiai wlnd
? Vt Vi I !>l." 's tha tltle flnally
.. i,, |. ,i for the new Loula N. Parker
,,,,?, ,iv in whlch Mm-. Bimone will begln
her aecond american Bngllah t<i>.ak!nK
Bydney Valentlne haa be'ee aspedally
.. i,y Henry Miller to play tho part
of Dechel, ln "Blackbirda," a new play
ln whlch Laura H"i>.- Crawa la to aur.
Mr. VaJ_ntlu? wdl rebt-axsa ihu ulav.
Interesting Music Most Inter
estingly Played?A Word
Aeottaa i ia.11, a aew ooaoert room, was
opened to the aubtte yeatordoy afh
and a pianoforte vlrtuoso, hen-tofore un
known aven hy name to the dty*a BaueJe
lovers, entered into the ken of a great
pjaay of tbeea The teatptatloa would be
stronj,' to say that Mr. (L.ttfried Ualston.
the newcomcr, not only entered Into the
knowledxc af the leoal publlc, but won a
large aad lofty plaoa ta the regard of a
large partlon of tt* serlous clement. In
fJalaton may become a hero of
tha Psahrni damosels of our recltal rooms.
bttt if he does H will be because that af
fectation which ls the bane of music will
hav- taken a n-w directlon. It wlll be
well lf he can be spared that fBta and left
to the-appreciatlon of the judlcious and
bealthy inlnded. it was to them that his
first recltal appealed both ln programme
?ad perfi.rmanie. He ls young in years,
but mature in mlnd. Hi* attitude toward
his ert appaara te be that of a atneere
ma conceptJon of baauty M
bealthy and inspires reepeet and admtra
tion even when hls proclamation awak
etis queetiontaga He is a plani.st to be
reekoaed arlth aarlooalyi piainiy a hater
of ahams, 6.?nsatlonalism and sentlrnental
ity; a lover of good things and true: a
thlnkhag muaieian; a dignitied artist in
whom feHins and intcll.-ci me tiappily
aad aquably palred ; nelther a miwtiy emo
tlonallst nor a dry pedant. Theae the
Impreeatoaa ereated by all that he did
erday, but moat emphantsed '>>? his
playing ..f tba ataalc of Bacb and Beetho
\.\ Wltb Which the reeital was opened.
After tbe muak Of Ihe lltans had been
dlapoaed Of tha rest of the afternoon was
glven up to I'hopin?a doaed atudiea, the
i Bjrceuae and the polonaise baiag the con
trlbUtlOB of him who was the ln- arnation
of tha roloa and aplrlt of the planoforta >
"the piano bard, the piano rhapsodist. the
,,lano mlad, the piano soul." as Kubln
stetn charaeterlaed blm la this muela
th- neweomer meaaured hla strength
agaliist a score of popular Idols, and held
i- foetlng best with those?they are
[not the most aandred who beheve thal
: there is a vinie aaaeaoo in chopin s n
Moat of the atudiea which be played
.1 y, bava been choaea to make each
? demonatratlon. and he was iroquoatly
convim Ing, but not aiwaya, and aaene
Itimea bi forgot that lt la poeslbla, to he?
come too noley upon the planoforta ?
ln Choptn and that no planoforta tone
caB be too lueekrua for the eradla aoag
To pursue tha thoughta invlted by the
Bach ., their conclusion WOUld
lead the revlewer very far aiieid. All
! the muelo waa preeeatad la a traaa
ed form ln a way tbat la unavold
. arlth Bach. for sven the moat mod
ler pieces, the "Chron
, Kantasia and FugUt," in which <me ma:.'
,,.,. votea of many watora aad
:? rlnga, was written tor .he
tinkling harpslchord and must needs be
d iiu.i the Idion of the piano
. if ita glory is to be heard. But
. lavlei . omposltlona are more natlve
to the tnodern Instrument than the or
gan pleeea wblcb have crowded them off
concert programmea When Llest
transciipUon of alx of the prel
udi - and . H u-iS onlj aa aa ex
;;i. nt to goa if the planoforta, ?ii ? :>
odlted With praetlcally lll
tentialltlea, could ba made ta apeak
, f tba manj - >1 ad organ. it
i v. hola deeade later thal be per
f tO ba f>.>rsu;t.l. <1 to pub
ti... arrangementa in the ehoral
preludes, wbleh Mr. Oalaton played
the traaacrlber. went a
further than Uaat, for he tried not
to make two handa do oa one key
rd what two handa and two feet were
ipon i ?? Bacb to do on three, but
..].., aougbl to retaln aome "f the ..rUr
Inal effect of the music The result is s
. of -technlcal achleveaeent, and
ona arfa , ls at once a flni.shed
lan an i a deep acholar to do aei h
,i thlnga aa Mr. Oalaton did yea
aluda oa "H u bet auf.
mt't n:.- dla Stlmme" and aucb amaslng
i,llt . uitiful thlntts ln that on
fraul euch," all tba churchly aplrlt
,,t whl< b wsa dlsslpated by the rapld
,i Jlgglng atyle. it ia a well
i fact thal Baeh'a artlatle feel
tontly got the better of hla re?
for eccleelaatical conventlona,
.. thal h" ever dreamed
? 1U^ -? .ii a joyfui caatlela so
ther liacn numbera were Busonl'a
rlpttoa of the prelude and fugue
i:, |, major (la which Mr Oalaton pro
, | . sOildng effect by the nianner ln
arhleh he enunclsted the aimple aaoaad
Ing dlatonk scate which is a pervasivo
element In the prelude) and a tranecrlp
tl .n by the concert glver of a Bldlleaae.
Then came neethoven's atupeudoua
Bonata ln B Bat, <>p. Ifal, with which, if
ption be all iwed as to the con
dudlng futfiie, Mr. Oalston crowned the
W( ,.|.; ,,f tne afternoon. Here amaslng
technlcal aklll was fouad to i
irvloe of poetlcal utter
ii is long alnca ao Impreeelve a
planoforta performaBce has beea beard
in i local concert rooaa._H. B. K.
MISS GLUCK'S RECITAL
Pleases Large Audience in
Miss Alma Ghick, who ln the last faW
resra has made for beraalf a dlatlnet
niaee in the An* rlcaa eoaeeri world, gave
R ons recltal yeetecaey afternooo In Oer
, Hall before ? taraje and more than
aiiy anthualasUc audloacs. Mlaa
Qluek'a atyle af atngtag and quaiity or
volca Inhlbit ber aucceaaful tovaelon of
| the more dramatlc Belda of aoag; bul ber
,.it m an that requma graea of dellvery,
chana of manner aad purfty of tone. has
reoatved Beneral aad well doeorvsd prais.i.
iicr programme reeterday waa skiifuiiy
cbosen, and ln ateepi a few Instances her
numbera were well ta tha cotnpaaa of her
v,,'.e Eapedally oharmlag for their aym
pathatlc taterpretetior. was her alnglng
irt'n "An Chloe nnd the old Eng
H,h "so Bweet la Bhe," whlle ln the latter
her dletloa orea unusually dlstlnct. ln
fortunately, however. there were oaeor
two placea where ln the uppet reelstei
ihe anowed a tendeaey to force her solce,
with the result that an unpleasanl double
Umbre was once or twic- evi '''"t^
Deaerved eticores wera glven to Ucnaro
rttrauhs's "Elnkehr," and a charming lit?
tle s..n-' by Kurt Bchindler, whlle Rlmsky
Kursakofra -"Chaaaon Indone" and two
aonga by Efwm Hmballet were given in
ii ?tyle tbiu wai moat admlrabl*i. Amo'.g
tier other numbera were Maurlce Ravel's
? chanl Hebralque" and aonga by ' ar
penter, Chadwlclj and ?'ottenet. whlle a
good word ahould be said for Arthur Ko
-n|,st.-ln'w "M't elnem Kemalten Hand.'
Mi Rossnsteln'a playing. by the wh\, ol
ti,.. ?inger'a accompanlment was in rara
MRS. SAGE HELPS HARVARD.
Boston, N.>v l?Mra RaBaatl Bage b
to doaate a i aw fTeahjaaa dormitory foi
Harvnr.l. to be called Standlah Hall. An
?i.nt ?.f the Kift was mado to-day
by the committee. which ls worklng tc
ralaa H.SUO.UiX) for freshmen dormltoil-a.
Mlffl HEK IN GOMEn
"Bachelors and Benedicts" al
Criterion Has Bright Lines
?Triangle Play That
Has No Third Side.
If clrar-cii! i' ol
tha characterietk talk current among
ordlnary mea an.i a me
dlate neighborhood i aa*
fu| play, tbt-n "Ba I n< >li< te,"
offered at Uu Crlterl n Theatn aataagMi
would aurely ba .1 a m r, Tba 1 lay ls
about marrlags nll -m- of it, c-,,mic,
tragte and trrtlaL ln tba aad ll aaoaaa
inora triviai than aajtbli Bai
than alaaoBl any atata or in-? tit-:11 < n WOUli
II had been d rena -very
angle by aegular roli 1 -;->n
ptace people for thn la
not to detraet from tha "Ple
aeem alwaya to be tntereated In watcblng
tha aanaO, trlta atrugglea of tha marrled,
their Irrltatlons. fealoustaa I?BgB*
up. "Baehelora and : I has joma
comedy an.i aerlo-comedy of thla
a baehelora1 aJub ol ati t}me>provefl aa*
aodateo loeea Ita eentrel and most im?
portant member. Hi cemas baek to them
m leaa than paa aemeeti 1 mlng
himself wlaar, bai n ? that
h" is aaddsr, HJa artfa haa him
of complidty with a littlb girl whom 'ie
cared for only Bl or frl> n 1.
Daaldaa which trouhls they oould ta i r
get oa together aayi 0 ? alwayB
wanted tbe Ughta turned on when tho
other araated them off; so, of eeorsoi
merrtege bad been a fallure.
Tha baehelora reeerved him beck '.n
th, h- mld.st _-|adI>, but, nr.iv mirricd,
aaly ra aad. Ton -
Thera was not only a tl e
BQuabMere, but two - l tha beeb*
ma beni II ? la ti m for the
Ralph Here, aa tba aaperlmeater with
crafty weaaaB, played wlth Ma usual
aharp, dteMva maan r Ki aeeaaa to
ba alwaya aa tba verg* ol tetag aoaae*
thlntf niore ataitllag than his
niit him. He hi - -p "no
wondera what ha would do la aa im
promptii play lf th. r.
At aii eventF, ho mlght be < l te
aa taln his part ln II Clau
water played tha lugubrlooa part of a
woman hater wlth convtctlon G
lal] fi ti hi ,1 ?
wlth a yoang wMow ? obs.
men aad affaira Needli ? to aay tbey
Ing manner of apeaking, bowei
11. tkea n- ? Um 1
aetoueneaa Herry \
waa an almost oonstanl
ary colla play. Mr. Haag
la a proi
1 alli ?! att< atlon t,, 1
of "Ready Money." u
dlalogue, to blm b
Whl B 1
of L ,
CABT of i.
: ;-|m"- r. - . h
GENERAL R. M. O'REILLY DYING.
tr.tl of the army from 1902 I
p.. rsonal ph) alclan and ?
Preaident Cleveland, is dying from
Tueada*. he ha
is, whlch u
JANNHY rrOCKTO! t
tun to J ., .
ber _. at U>< I
tb* Ri ? W ? '
. >. tobi
M.uor and m -
i L A., to M utei
let U. - I ?. ...
Nsttres of murri.jt.--, aad issehs anst be
iu c.iin.iuiiuJ li) full ii.itne an.l addfSaa
nter, Emma, P< . Wllllam B.
. it. i.
Ool??n, Eleanor II. - .. Jr.
Harry ?. " ? a. li.
NatUay, Wllhalm?? B W ? Anna.
<? IRPKNTEB Bi
Tli>- F in. ? - ' So. 2*1
at. a'raiiK ...
BBB1 it Willl _a H am?
. So. 137 ?'
ara, I. lova l I
Tuesd .'?. Sovemb r i, .,- S p. m , .
bi Bmlth) "'lay
moralag w '' '" "als from I
Goi.DKN-On Korember 1. 19 ?.,
. :!. r ot ' ol"*
i loi-T.-ii. Funei .; ol
tbe Home. !04th ?t. in . aa
Meaday, N ?' m.
OREEN B Harn
? i.,,. Funeral i
?t. (Krank Cai
.Do o i ..., a
m-;iu.kv ai Hea P lat, N s
;;i 1812, a
the late '
? ? . ?
Meaday afi.-nn - I
, . -
w. -t gbo ? ?? oi
M ir, a. in. aaid l-:i."> p. n>.
P!-,-K--Bsddealy, st 8* Cal., No
vembei 2, Wllllam ! i
ROBBRTfi On ? ; ? '?','-'. al
m? l omi '? ? v !*?
Jenatasn W. Roberts, In hi
BSI I '
rtase* wlll '" '" " ittlng si M rrt* Ptalna
SUUOS BBOB tlH
]\,.\ oke*i ut 9:16. n is . . i ao
BIMONDB \r W*
x, nil er ?_, 1913, ln I II
an.l lilCJ I '
\I .? in st. Jobn'a i ....
SMITM - vi Ml ford, . ? i"' . ? '"-.
Maiv a in pbuiii. o. lo? n.
Sinltli. t r::.- rl ??: x
>.sth \.-..r at her I it,
,t.-n,-e. No Ts Rlvof >i . MHford, Conn
,i,,\ Sovemb? i .?' :i i> "?? '!
i oatral (N v . N u IH H R )
pj (?;t p i... carrlagi a ls walU
nifiit will ba piuuu.
Wl??ETd M H
an.l. Anna W il'et.-, *ud --trh
month. I*' Kure-rai at Homewood on
lruvlng Pmoaylvsnls Btatlon at l-'T wlll hs.
I mei ai 1'ort WashlBgtOB.
THE WOCDLAWll CBM-TEBT,
2:\Z>l Bt By Harlem Traln and by I rolley.
Offlce. M Kast 11 1 Bt. N. Y.
FOIt BA?R. ??.-ne
.','m,'t.-r\ , ; ? .toa
aMa Adwaaa B., Bea ??'?. THI
i'M?h:i< i tKKBS.
amaini _, C-MPMOX, i4i-a wei>t s^a
Bt ''liap.U. Prlvate Rooma, Prlvate \iuhu
lancee. let. 1S3I c'hclaoa