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Technical View Not What Peo?
ple Expect, Says Public Edu?
LIMITED SCOPE ASSAILED
Action of Board of Estimate,
Statement Declares, Leaves
?ducational Value of Sys?
tem Entirely Unsettled.
Oharle* P. "lowland, president of the
public Edu< ?tic? Association of New
York, is-si-ed a statement last night re
-arding the controversy over the so
rallad Mo?r,? rp;i,r'' in wh,rh he ?*ld
the ichoo? ino'iiry committee of the
Board o? Estimate seemed to have had
a mistaken vl.w of the functions of
Professor Hanns and his associates In
restricting them to the gathering of
The statement in full is as follows:
-To the Editor of The Tribune.
...... ?-?he Public Education Association
has refrained tram ? xpresstng its opinion
?pon the controv, ray ever the so-called
Moore report, Seeetias Of the hope of an
outcome that would satisfy public opinion
? mi be productive ef good resalta to the
"The acbool inquiry ? ommittee of the
Board of ?atiir.atf. in Its comments ac
rornpasylhS the Moore report, and aubae
quantly. evidently has the feeling that
Trettaaor Has**'?, who waa engaged to
make the inquli>. and the associates se
Ucted ?ad employed by him were to do
no mere than obtain data or statistics on
so-called "facts," which they should re?
port to the Board of Estimate?in other
word?, that they individually occupied a
position similar to that of the Commls
noner of Account?, who may from time
to tima be directed to lnveatlgate a de?
This view of the functions of such ex?
perts and of euch an Inquiry appears to
b? at the bottom of the whole contro?
versy over the Moore report, and it seems
to us to be bssed on a misconception of
tbe fundamental value of such an Inquiry.
No Previous Investigation.
"When the school systema of Brooklyn,
K?w Tork. Steten Island, etc, were com
bined by the greater New Tork consoli?
dation, no fundamental reorganization of
the system took place, or adjustment to
the need? of the larger city. The city has
continued to ?row, and the preasure of
day to day needs has prevented any in?
vestigation into Its fundamental advan?
tage! and detecta, or the creation of any
leund basic policy.
"Dr Maxwell has asserted that many
of his measures were adopted with a
view toward such a policy, and hla num*r
ous critic? have attacked his measures
sad himself also as producing exactly a
contrary effect. It is unnecessary here to
detail the charges aralnst the structure
of the system or his administration of it;
It a w-ll enough known to the public
that fierce controversies have been going
?i for years.
"Th* Board of Estimate, therefore, ?Je
cvtlecl to institute an investigation Into
tiie entire s. hool system. The project waa
hailed by the public with the utmost en?
thusiasm Though the plan was proposed
ute put in motion by the body which Is
is charge solely of the financial neeSS of
the school system, nevertheless, the ex?
isting conditions demanded an Inquiry on
"aueh broader lines, not limited to flnan
"i?l or political aspects, but as compre?
hensive as the system itself.
The public?and we think legitimately?
uptcUd this, and the engagement of one
?I th? foremost educators In the country,
Professor Hanus, of Harvard University,
ss the head of a sweeping Inquiry con
ftmt? ?uch a view, and seems to be In
?ecord with each a view only. Dr, Hanus
hlaealf, from beginning to end, conceived
?-at to b? hia function, end the publlo
?Od tbe press during the conduct of the
ioqrUry have always understood this as
"An Insistence by the school committee
?f the Board ot Lstlmate upon the oppo?
se? and tei-hnlcal view will leave the
P-hM? demand for an Inquiry Into the
v*-k*?> ef Its school system, educationally
***WleaTed entirely unsatisfied, will r?
jjet th? mo?t valuable parta of the entire
Heaus repon, vu, his educational e?n
cteeior.s. and would also frustrate one of
tea mo?t important parts of the Inquiry,
Jj?-. th? proper relation of the Board of
estimate to the Board of Education con
m**raA from the educational point of
?"Publicity Matter" Cireuleted.
"N**". at some stage of the preparation
?*pr. Hanue's report, and while the sec
"?"?S prepared by his various associates
?f? beinr gone over In galley proof hy the
?"?sanee of the Board of Estimate, as
??11 as by the educators, there suddenly
?SPeara In the newspapers 'publicity mat
x*jf furnished to them condemning the
?*?re repoit ag valueless, presenting an
"?on at evidence in that direction, to
??th-?' with escerpts from some of the
despondence and other statements de
r***itc*ry to Professor Moore for his per
fcn5,( end 1.1 in the whole matter. This
pubt?eity matter* was accompanied by a
n*ed pamphlet ?ontainlng some twenty
"?^?isan'i words, widely circulated.
A? the Moon report was not pub
""?**- ?n an\ form available to the public,
Procedure naturally produced a com?
pte mystification as to Its content? and
**jr value, a::d its purpoa? could have
***? defensiva only. If the Moore report
^?nt*ined valuable matter in which th?
WMlc might take an intelligent Interest,
?i? treatment of the report was to offVr
"?? While lea? than a shadow of its de
"^"d If the public view of the Inquiry
*? ?ometlilng transcending departmental
**veetlgation was the sound one, why not
rv' H that which It had a right to ex
Pm ?ad let it judge of the value of the
? eu ?B th* ?tn?r hand, this was only
*J*Ptrtmentel investigation conducted hy
?* Board of KstJmate. why did not that
|*d> 'luletly reject th? report. Instead of
PJ-np th? public at exUnalvely Into its
-endence by a comprehensive attack on
p*of*s?or Moore and his work? We have
no brief for professor Moore or for his
*?****?*' doubtle?? two views of It may be
"'??'talne-j. mna doubtleea also these views
'?? di??r according to one's study and
'P?nente with th? problem of city
nom? presumption should be accorded
?Ovindnes? of method and accuracy
result of Professor . .oore's work, at
?*- *o ?h? extent of giv'ng It a dlspsa
'?eate consideration. What treatment of
'?*Jj**d * snag have reeelved flurlna thej
?Wed la which la was **n<i * dlstwsston
?2ZT, h* commi"?* er any agency the
comnilttco may lmve seen fit to employ
and Professor ila?u. and Professor
Moore we cannot completely say, but it
LT' Tn[0n that an ?PProach to Pro
fesoor Moorf. based on the IS. questions
which were addressed to him In one com?
munication, was not calculated to achieve
ItoTirTTiVe re*Ult' From *?>* to??? K
lew of the educational expert the,,? qoes
tions were not Intended to elicit 'fa, te,'
kan were In the nature of hostile cross
examination, badgering in tone, ?nd some?
times offensive in their implications. '
KM public cares nothing for the right
or wrong on the personal side of the con?
troversy over th?. Moor.- report, and that
J? now regrettable history. Mut It does
very n?.lch cmj.m fo_ a_ authf,r?taUv(i
pralsai of a echool system by the p.rsons
**tio. from a detached point of view, hav.
kam a full twelvemonth gathering from
th? most Important educational ? entres of
the country for minutely sciutlnlzlng the
f-vaiem, and it does not wish to see the
results of that scrutiny vested bj con?
flicts between Individuals or otilcia! bodies.
Hanu? Report as a Unit.
'We believ, th.- publie property takes
the view-as Dr. II.,,,us ?,,<] __a associates
most certainly do-that the il anus r.port
In to be taken ss a unit, and attains Its
full value only when re?aroed in that
way; that the rejection of uiiv port of it
dismembers It, tlirWs th. ??nialning
parts out of proportion ?ml leaves an
Important field of Inquiry untouched This
view is reasonable In itself, but it may be
noticed that this sort of inquiry (though
never so extensiv.j has been conducted
before, notably In the school ?jrstems of
England, and that Sir Michael Sadler s
report? upon hi? Investigations ut?- in the
nature of essays, llluininatln. tSChaltSl
and abstrijse fact? to the lotStfSSted iay
public and reaching to the fandain.-ntal
philosophy of city school system?-.
it is to be noted farther that Sa.ller's
reports-favorahle or unfavorable-wete
printed by the various munlcipaliti? ? .n
full as Sadler wr?>te them.
"There can he no doubt that th.? com?
mittee of the Board Of Lstlmatr sees th?
hiatus and recognizes that it must be
tilled, ?nd for that reason h?s n??w se?
lected Professor Goodnow and I>r. il?iwe.
as the committee ?ay?, to muk? the study
ae?lgned to Professor Moore.' These gen?
tlemen are, as the committee states, both
competent authorities on questions of mu?
nicipal administration and a?UCS-Ora "t
experience,' but this must bo in the s??n-e
that they have long bees aasp-OyeO In
the business of education, for it has nevet
been part of the educational activity of
either, so far us we are aware, to make a
subject of the study of city school admln
Istration: neither one has ever afiected
to be an authority on education or educa?
tional administration, nor has either one
?ver written on the subject.
That has been Piofessor Moore's iif?
long study, his branch of education which
is assigned to him at Yale l'i,l\r.?nty, und
was the particular reason for his selec?
tion for this one subject by Dr llanus,
who insisted that he of all men in the
country was most competent for the study
of that subject. Doubtless. Professor
Goodnow and Dr. Howe will do an inter?
esting piece of work and give us h valu?
able ?tudy from the governmental and
political point of view, and this will he
a valuable ?upplement to the work of Dr
Hanns and of his associates, but a study j
from that roint of view cannot fill the
hiatus left by the rejection of Professor
"CHARLES P. HOWLAND. president of
the Public Education Association of
"New York. Nov. If, _____.*'
HOE SALE UP TO $1,770,681
Week Ending Last Night Adds
a Total of $101,546.
With a total of 1101,5?*- the first week ?
snle of Part IV of the H?.e librare 0-0004.
last night at the Anderson Gallerie? This
brings the grand total to date i.p to
tl.770.fiei. leaving tnUl?> as the pro. ???is
of next week's sale to ?each the two
million dollar mark, which ban b? ? a
talked of as the figure that should b*
shown as a world's n-c.rd. Ve-stcnl .'' -
totals were M.4TIH for the aft.moon
session ar.d t^,4fi9 75 tat th?- -*r<-*shlf.
Sixteen "Books of Hours" Sttraotsd the
most attention last night from the _g
vot?d coterie of bidders and buyer*.
?embled In the hall. J. T. Drake paid 0N
for one of these rare exampl?ra of an?
cient printing. It is an stmSBSO for
twenty-one years OStS-ltC,, ousrto alse.
print?-d In Paris by Simon Ventre In IM
The aaaae boyer lava ?MO for the nratn?
Dldot (opv Of "llora??," printed on vl
lum In Paris in IM, an?l tolO for a IT****
ropy of the same style, belna an shOSI a?
for twenty few* raer? (MW-UaS), siso
printed on vellum in Paris In IM.
George D. Smith gave M? f,,r ?'"? rx"
tr?meiy rare "Horma." from the library
of Marquis AJeooawdro Ofsgorlo Cappont,
Ml for another lllutnln-ited In ?-"?''
colors and printed on vellum lu LU*, and
Ms. for another nlmann? for iwenty-tiv?
vears (Mo-*M A good copy of "Horae"
went to Dodd ft LlllnillWI for MM.
The sale ST08880-I Monday sffWrnOOO
and evening. continuinK ?Jntil I'rlriay
night. Many rare manuscripts are t.. bsj
offered next wcck.
INVITES MRS. CLEVELAND
WellR OoUege Wants Her and Dr.
Preaton to Urs in Aurora.
At n ap?ela] aaeettoa of the exseutiv?
committee of the- BSSteril Association of
Wells College, ree-cntly bel?l in NOW York
Olty. a resolution was pas?ed ? xtendluK
to Mrs. Giover Cleveland the goai Wishes
of tbc association through th?- following
letter, which 1ms been ?'??nt t?> Mrs. Cleve
The Eastern Association of Wells Col?
lege semis you love an?l all go?id wishes,
and. through you. warmest congratula?
tions to Dr Preston. We m Inshly venture
the hop?- I bat your highe-m happln?-**. as
well an thai Of Dr. Preston, roay be
worked out at Wells College.
One of the members of the executive
committee said: "Th<- admiration fflt for
Dr. Preston by the present body of stu?
dents, as well as the affection of II
Well? girl? who have known Mrs. Cleve?
land In regard to college matters, give
rise to the hope that Aurora, mid not
Princeton, will b?? the future home o?
Dr. Preston and his bride.''
?Bv Telegraph tO The Tribune. 1
N?w London. Conn.. Nov. 16?-An?
nouncement waH mude to-day of the en?
gagement of Miss Margaret Brhall.
daughter of Mr. and Mr? William A_
fi'hnll, jr., ?>f New York City, to Cecil
James Hewitt, of litdbtrry, He-refoid
?hlre. Kngland. MImh Hchall is with her
mother at the Kchall ?ummer home. In
peuuot ?"olony, where the announcement
Mr Schall In a member of the hanking
house of M?ller. Schall & Co.. at NO Ii
Wall Street, and a director in the I'ed
eral Insurance Company, a trust? of
the cern?an Barings Bank and of the
Hamburg-American Fire Insurance Com
laiin?. and Interested In many other c.i
porallon?. He has a city home at No.
.2 Kaat ?<th street and a country house
at New London. He ?h ? member of the
New York Yacht Club and owner of the
Saonu He I? also u member of the Ka> -
QUal and Tennis and Downtown clubs
and the Deutscher Verein. Miss Schall
is the only daughter.
President to Honor American
Soldiers for Great Bravery.
CALLED TO WHITE HOUSE
Captain Oaujot Saved Lives of
United States Citizens in
Peril in Mexico.
I from Th?? Tril.un?* Bureau. )
Weebtaaten, Nov. Ifi.?Two thrtlllaa
?tories, showing th? stuff of which th
American soldier is mede, are told in the
record of the conspicuous bravery of fear
officers In line of duty who will !?
medals of honor from the Preetdeat at
the White llotid.' en November 2.',, the
tributes beinf the highest of their kind
la the Klft uf thf ?..v. i r,m.nt.
One stt.iy deal? with the heroic aot at
Captain Julian K. i.iiujot. Sf the let
Cavalry, in rescuing a score of Mastsaa
soldier?? from a bind Of rebels and savin*
I the lives of live Ann licaii- who were
j hi id ae prlaoners by the raralaUealata? at
Atiu.i fu,ia. Mexico, April IS, mu.
The other (ells of the i our*ieous ..in?
duct of Amerloea Mldleri an.i htaejaeheta
In the capture of Jiklrl. the notorious
I'.'iui pirate, aad Ma heal m Patten IM?
?nd. on July 4. MS The soldiers who
vmii re.i-ive the as?dala from Pr?sident
Captain Julien i: Qeajot, M Cavalry,
no? stationed et itui-t- Uanaes Idaho.
Captain An hi?- Miller icavalry), Quar?
termaster's department. Pon Keogh.
Pirol Lieutenant Arthut H. Wilson. 6th
Cavalry, Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
Second Lieutenant John T. Kennedy, 6th
Cavalry, Port t>s Molnee, Iowa
Quarternmstcr Sergeant Joseph Ilend.r
?oa, uni Cavalry, Port Des Molnea, Iowa.
Pletina heMa n<> more thrUHaa ntor
than is unfolded la the r?cord On win? h
the letter fui i aatalera aere awarded I i
as?dale Jiklrl had terrortaed the netl* ?*?
ind pearl diver- off the coast of Borneo
and the wh.ii.- Jota areWaetage far n\
eial ?.Har?. and had the t.-|?ututli,n of
toiiinK thirt\ eapedltloaa aaalnat him,
when he made bla last eteed In mi <%
tl'.ct \ol?anti on i'ati.in Island eaily in
July, Itea With nine of his hand, six
men and tin?-?- women, the outlaw chief
fled, ?sah ..aths to ?ii?- Bnhttaa le i ? eve
AiinrMiii eeldtera surreoaded the care
and bi-|;an a hombardlWUt. lavtlriK tWOa?
ty?four boars, aben arder? aere given lo
rush the defence, which seemed Impreg?
nable. Just a?? the soldier? reached the
mouth of the caw-, .Jikir: ami his bead
??sopad oui and ateided their Iouk kalvi
arlth dtadiy effe. t on the **oMIgrs Jiklrl
was killed m ;, hend-to-haad encounter
with Ut utenant w (?son, and his band m? t
the saint fate.
Three*odtcors and eleven <n?:?t.<i roen
of the .;th Cavalry aren wounded and two
privates killed, Five nea ut the M it
UUerj and t^?< Moejaeketa won
The bravery of Ca? tala (Ja i I was noa
the less dlaUngulebed a force el Meal
can aoMlere had f*..i across tl ?
tlonal boundary lu,?- -,, s.-,k the ;
timi of the American cavalrymen
Donates Man,' of the soMlese were sur?
rounded at Ai*ua Prieta by the ?? ? -> :
the federal leader appealed te Capta n
Onujot to ?av?- t!-,e,n fr.un death tollina '
hlni that the Ani.-rlinns Were prisoners I
and their live?? WOTS in
a< eompanied hy Charles j. MoKeaa, an
American dtlaea, Captain Oaujol croeeed
the bordei under I ??? hot ire of th? m ?
and went to the i?ae of the Amer!
and Mexican aoMlen Undei the semi
?t'-aiiy and deadly ire of Um revolution?
ie'is lie escorted tu? men to American soil.
NEW "CHURCHMAN" EDITOR
The Rev. Herbert Britton Gwyn,
of Chicago, Is Chosen.
ii v ei i rerf rdai I >! the
Rev, Herbert Brlttoi Q
ha.i been elected editor i>f '"The Church?
man." ti ?? Epia opal *?*??" all publl
in this city, lie will n?.t eeeumc II ?*
place for sons? time, however, owing to
the detr.anils Ol his present duties.
The n. w ?ditai is a Canadien and wai
graduated from Triait] CoUeae Toronto,
Xoronto pariah aad later la Chicago Por
thi ia--t. ten yeai ? h. ha.* hoi a r !
M Bltaeen I Pariah, Chicago
"Tic- Churchman" la proaahlj the best
known of Bptoeopal weekUea, bul ?
not ..n oiticiai paper, thi Bptacopal
I'hur. n never having hud each en 01
it.-toa a private property, "Thi Church
?tan" attacked Trtnltj Pariah some
rix.ii t ri-- ano for Its action In abandoning
at J.mu's Chapel, in Van. K street Mlaa
McBee. its editor, wee said to have been
the author of the attach upon Bishop
rjreee for pertaittlne Trirdty t.. abandon
the belldlna ?nd Its work.
serious diff?rer* ? i arene aa a < ?
quern c and, many Bph oopal i ? tors ol
this city raUled to Blobop Oreer"a de
tanca. Later "The Charcbman" was aoM
i,v its owner, M. H Mellon*, to ect-M
?tergy and laymen Mr. McBee retired,
and the Chicago minist.-i has been ?ho.-iii
to succeed him
Borne oi iic:" who ere r<a''i to be Unan*
dally interested i" the publication ere
?he Rev WilllHin T. Manning, of Trl
Church; the Rev John Mockrtdge, ..t
Trinity Chapel; the Rev. George \\o%
StronM "t Christ ' Church, end the R< ?
Howard ?' Robblns, of Incarnation
Church. George Zebrlskle la secretary of
the ? orporatlon.
TO HOLD "SPEECHLESS DINNER.1
Tho Tensseeawe'a lactet****s dinner com?
initt?-e is determined t.- furnish one even?
ing'* eatertelnment that atll he a plott?
ers to aeeeto not t"nd of aratary, ami so
there ?fill be no addreeees al tht annual
atanor al the Waldort-Aetorla December
The commltti - he i amed thin f. ?*
tivlty the "H|.?-e?'h'i. -s dli ner." Then ?'ill
be a danoj afterword, aa usual, atio en
"added attraction." which is said not to
tie a cabet el shoe
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
j.-,,., idmleelon to Ute Anterior* Mussum of
listet ^. Mi "..i olltan Mus?
, N, ..?? r*orli '** and U
i-OTtlsn.lt nal? Mu rum.
Hoies aaew, Medlsea lieaai (.?rden.
liman?**-*. Shew, teth Btonoiea* arwaty?
Lead Skew? tmt Bee^taeal Anury,
Meeting Sf I''?' < llrikal Caagses? ef
of Norm America. \Valtlwf-A?t?>ria. iiioru
M,?.tlns of the A??o? late Alumni nf < ? ii.?ll
rr.ileY.lty. Waldorf A?t..n?. 10 ?,. ...
Mietlns of UM A??oel?tion of tl,e pastar? of
r?*U?ito?> ef N?w Yurk L'nheriltj, Hotel
Manhattan. 1 I' ?"?
tllttlsa review dinner, Kalll?, No. 14 Park
' ptaoa, ? p. "'
??????UT >?f ??*- BeeteHatle ciut*. cufe Houievard.
(l:l.*i I' at.
Dinner of the Ue??l Aid HsiStg, Wnllorf .*,?
turl*. I I1 '"
Dinner of the Doto? club foi l'r-?ldent Tuft,
t?,.hllc- leilureK of the lloar.l Ol Edocation, ?? );,
d in : Publl? School I**. UStb -greet, \??,?t
of Fifth ?venu?, "CsWatia, fron. Octae tu
ocean" i?r Archibald at. Cttrrte; Musevai
uf Na'iuriti History, "Tib street sad Ostral
I'-irk Wen?. "t?ur ??oulii Aniriimii Neljin
I,,'.... 1'rofeMor WllliMiii Jt. ,**"?;?? '? I. I' >b
Bsst 4tf street. "An.in.iN .i? Carriers of Dis
e'hHC." Dr. Thorns? A tftorey; Y M ' i
Mail Nu IWmI IJSth atreel "Ineaadesceni
j.-j... til, Lighting," W "A'allsct Ker.
NOBEL PRIZE HAUPTMANNS
German Dramatist Obtains
1912 Award in Literature.
.Stockholm. Nov. || The Nobel prize? for
literature was awarded to-day to Oerhsrt
Haiiptniann. tie Osman author and dra?
matist. He lives in Berlin.
Oerhsrt Haupt mann Is dectsred by many
competent .:iti?'s t?. be the greetee. a.
th.- presea! generation of German itererj
le -n. Il?- WSI bora .it Sal-hitinn, Sihsia
on November 1", 1 ?**._:. This honor, there?
fore, falls aptly on his fiftieth birthday.
Working on a faun as ;i boy and young
man. Hauptmann employed his speire time
iu study, i,n,i Ht length he was able to
desert the plough for a university course
SI -Jena. A tour of Italy followed, during
Which his serious literary work began.
By the tune he> was thirty he had won an
aeknosrledgsd pises si ??? __-_**__tJst.
His early expei leu? ? s a?- ,i Isborar srera
his capita!. With th.- pt'odii? tlon of "Die
Weber,'1 in which ))<? set forth In pow.-r
ful faShton th?? condition of the working
? lass.-s. _? iletiiilt?-lv an.v.il as a social
?ii-aiu.itist. Presa thai time bia career
bes bees one of imbroken triumph "Die
Will, i ' made a sensation throughout
Europe sad aros the compliment of esa?
servative oili. ?al disapproval.
Mut it was not in th.? nallstlc social
fiel?! al?n?- that ho exeetlee_ He esald be
highly imaBlnati\.? as well The climax
<?f his earlier career came in IV?; with his
fslT] drama. Die Versunken?? Clocke."
lome of his mon- recent arorka have not
shown a:-- high a decree "f dramstlc
pow< i ?o poetic Usacy y
Am..m; others of hut productions era
"Kollege Crsmptoi "Der ENberfets,'1
"Hsnnele," "Puhraaaan Henechel" and
"Der Ann?- II. until, " Many of his pro
daction? have been popular In aeaorlca.
Hsuptmsnn baa received tin? degree ??f
DsetOI Of ?ivil I_i?a from Oxford, and in
i awsrded the Oritlpsrier prise.
$11.000 FOR OPENING NIGHT
j Seats for Weberfields Premiere
Bring Reckless Dollars.
The auditorium of the BSW Weber and
| Fields Musi. H ill vas Illumined yester?
day aft?moon by .? ? rave array <?f Broid
ars] ' Ights" arho had dropped Into the
?iiictioi; aale of i i for the Bi A pot
forman- ? of Ho!. J'?.l\ ' an.l other
day evening of at at week.
in tin?- hoirs eleven i heneen, happy
dol?ais rolled Into the aVeberttosfhsn cof?
ter- 'it,is .?um had been bid merely for
the bese* and or heatra chain The reel
of the house will be on sale at the bos
prl es, beginning next
Monds) m ?
- ? - who led the
glitt? ? la wer.- William I
Mari.- Dressier, Nora Beyes, "Jack" "for?
worth, < 'I ? ? se Rom P"*???
sie Cla and the
Mist Nora Bayes, realising th tl
?01 ??I (minor is an in? entlv?- t O Ward I
m?.' mon. dan ad and aang _
- IStin? 11<.?> ??' II I ?at !>??-.'
William Rande!] t Haaret, who pun
.. boa for Pat, wh l< Lillian Russell Moore,
-. nt? it by bei i u il and? |
sf-at A! Marl i ': ?
I!??? . ?: put ha?, is ? ? rt? An?lr?-W
??'rlr.,1?. ., ?,|,.I,a /?iK'.r who n Daniel
the? photo play
I Ma lee? W. T >'tarr,
|| . W M Frl. Ja. k NorWOftl . A I.
Beut p. Peter De Loe?
ti i B T Stempel Mb bid
? ' the hlKh
f |l 1rs seats
i MO La I for those in th?
?l?e- ,,? ? ?d for tl Ml ? '
m ? 11
?e.id i? r ?: end ? ?
si. None of I
11 n bu ?.mperor in
tlon ?>f LeOtl'i 'i ? Daughtei
, '? ? tson. sir
I i?-i l? M . ?:; ? !? to ? tO
?tury 'I'h? atre p**oductloa of
? he'.?re the S?d Of
Th? M? (||at
I.. .. -i i end Ita en?
menl at the 1 '? ? to
w?ii .j . ? ? i sga and? ibelf ?inert
: ti e bell I
jo- ' i ? iter?
day i?\ Charlea* Prohmsn Is il port
juila . In "The I im line Girl."
Mm?. Sarah Berahsrdt bsi daeMed
upon the playera aha ?ill brin?- t?i
I ri a with her for bar eommg raudo
vin.- tour.undei the di**octlou of Martin
l\ k M. I.<>ii TellSgen, who ?as her
principe! mai?' support during bee ia?t
\i-it to thiH country, ?a HI ?gala be her
leading man. Others sea M Deeasubo*. g,
II. l'avi-i.-. m Terestrli MUa Beyler
Mme Boulanger sad Ulla] Due.
judge Edward F Danas, _ssrsrnor?
Illinois, ?in oeeupy a box at
. | 'In? atie lo-nlght.
performance bo win be Ihe
_| ? banejuel tendered t"
him by Cohen ?<? Harria In the nain din?
ing hall >'f the Filar.--, in w
?i , Qiri "n>ni the MoVJ? ' artll mahe
her Brosafwaj debut nesl ireeh n* Ham?
merstein'p Vhitorls. nhees aha trill bass
., th? -.'v-nti'?i.-a? t progresante
Mr. Ilainin. i-et'-lli la BTlthboMlng tho
name 11 the girl hi Question and the
i atura ol h? r set, but pi aur?.
B i? Kelth'a Union Square 'ii?<?.?tr?;
announeea t???- tir?t New fork presenta?
non of Poseraan Bulg? I imnedy,
called "Throwing the muff," seat Mon-1
? it? riio.ni.
F. /,i. k'feld, jr.. has enaaged the Sisters ?
Oabbl f?r app.aian.??? m the "Ztegfeld
Follies." The Oabbta, who ore aanouneed
imotu Ai-?-tiiiniaii tange dancers,
will join the organis?t!on m-xt week.
.i. tome l> K.-rn ha- **eesr**Sd a 80m-1
mission from A. H. tVooda tO OOSSBOSS
th.? iiiiiM.- toi ,i BOW musical fane-com?
edy, "The Danciag Doeter."
HERO REWARDS RESTRICTED
Carnegie Commission Requires Great?
er Promptness in Applying.
Plttsi ur?h, N?.v II The t-srassjla
Hero F'ltid I'oinmisi-ion, it mm an?
nounced to-day, ha? placed restil. tionN
on the time toUewlag an sei <.f heroism
when the iifi-i ma) !><? rewarded Here?
tofore th?- onl\ resti i< tlon was that the
si t >..- performed eines th?? eommlseion
was ? stuniNheii. in i M i Blfsctlve Jan?
uarj i next, no act of berplam will he
considered by the commission ? i n i ?- -?" --? it
ha?? been perforated within three- jrosra
?.I the dute On which application for rec?
ognition is made
Thlr? step wax taken bei ause the neg
lei t In reporting rases has resulted in
the inability of the commission's Inves?
tigators to secure the fact.?.
CANDIDATE AND CITIZEN.
fjfv c?s~v*~^e ?ts&"
Chirle*! i*. Murphy has certified to the Secretary o? State that as a candidate for Presidential
Elector he gave $2,000 to aid his campaign and as a citizen he gave $2,000 to the Wilson and Marshall
College Men's League.
HENRY STOCKWELL GIBSON.
Henrj BtoekweU Qihona ?lied at hi?
i .im-, at Ne 20\ Watt '-'.th Mtre.a. reatar?
m in? tift:.-.-.?htii ? ear. He was 'he
for. of the late ? T. H OlheuD. "f this
Mr . ?il,-on ?*.-,<? horn m Brooklyn and
???? i | |i sdaeattea ai tita Qaanery
S. hod, at Wai-hlngton, .'oim. and the
troattlya Polytechnic. Knrly In life he
hecame ? riera u ?he Incaranoe oflfc a >.f
Andrew -Veaeon, by whom, some thirty
he ?h< made .1 pet tnt r. the
?Irai on th.? death of Ifr Wi sson being
continued under Its present name "t Glb
l.ik. hi? brother, the late William Ham?
llton Qlbeon, thi famous ar,'. t-naturellst,
i he had i aide knowledge and Intense love
f , H peni much Unie In Ida
1 netui ?? i Jih? .n homi si
r ,i?. Hook, Conn., hie country home
Mr. Gil [Joules F,
in. mid B. T. H <'li..?-.>n, Charit
?t. Qlbeon. Hugh Qlbeon and Mrs Juliet
hi- brothers .?mi aletei . ,
?THE REV. DR. DAVID H. CARROLL.
Ball Imore, N< r, i The Rev. Di I '.. -i
ll. Carrolli ? le tdtne nnenclei ..f thi*1 i H
died te-nlaM from Bright He
area hera '" BaKlmore eeventi -two
I'd OOVeral fears I >r. i nil oil I
mlnletec of the lletbodlet Episcopal
? hurch end received the degree >.f Doctor
.f Divinity from i>ikln?ion t:ollege, his
i mater ?mpelred health compelled
re up activa work In the mln
letry In ,_. a
! lir Carroll en-jaged in btisine?"* ten
.. - later, and at the time of his deeth
was preeldenl <.f the National City Bank
I ,tmi of til?-1 'onaoUdated ? 'otten Duck i
pany He ?? ? preeldenl of thi
I of the Amaricen Cnlverslty, at Ws
ton. n id ?i truatae of Dickinaon ?'<>ib ?
SETH B. SMITH.
Beth B. Bmttfe lerty?four yearn ef - ?
who "An- I'.-Miiocratic awaahec of the New?
ark Common Council during ffaVf aad ia*d
end ?* tuilliar alderman from Hi
w iir.i died ?eel erde j hi tue Newark Prl?
vats Hceettal from perltonltla, followina
I an operation foi eppendldtla H? I .
?,,i *t*fl >,. Bouth 1th street, Newerk He i
leaves ?? wife, ? son, Beth B Bmtth, Jr.,
lead tin-.?- brothers Mr? Imlth ?????i*? I
tnernher of the Kt.liiht?. of Columbus, the I
I Catholic Benevolent 1/?'kI"ii and s niiin
I lui of other socl.-tleH.
MRS, ANNA E. R. WEBB.
Ura Aaaa I Reaaean Webb, widow of
lleiieriil Alexunder Stewart Wehh. for- I
raer ptaatdenl of the College of the City |
ol New V..rk. died ?? > iterdey after ,i brief j
uirif-s*? Ht her heme, al Rlverdale-on-tho?*
Hudaon Bbe waa hora la New lark and I
waa n daughter of Henry Romeen end a
descendant ol Henry Bemeen, one of the
di n bankers in this .*lty. Hhe was mar* !
,,, ,| to Alexander Webb shorth aft? r
his graduation from v\e*t Point. In UM. j
sin- laavee one son, Alexander B. Webb, I
ind (I* - daughter?
nil.>:i.i:t MOLLI80N, s pioneer ship?
ping ;i-.ii Ineuran? agent in (teweea, N.
\.. and lor many years preetdeat ?f tho
local board of t;:. Oewego Btate Noratal
School died yesterday In hie ninety-sev?
enth rear. He w,is engaged in buelaceu
m,ni :,:. nlnety?flfth birthday.
MHS W.SA MAIK?AUKT ROUOH?
NUT JUD80N, wife of Hr. A.lottitain H.
Judaea, died yc-.ter.iay at the lodaon,
No || Washington .S.|uatr South. She
was in her se\ ?oit y-ne.?, mith yeai.
funeral v-.Ul he held at the Judson Me?
morial Beptlsl ?'hurch, Washington
Square South, to-morrow afternoon at 3
.i>- l??t k
WILLIAM PHILLIPS HONORED
Pilgrims Club, London, Entertain*! Re?
tiring Secretary of Embassy.
Uin.lori. Nov. In. -Wllllum Phillip?, un?
til reeently Herbtary m the ?\aarlaan
Bmbaaay here, hut ?vho hau obtained a
ye.tr'? leave of absence, wax the gUOOt of
honor at a farewell luncheon Riven hy the
lllgrlm*?' '*luh to-day
Sir Gilbert Parker presided, and In
tliinkiriK to the health of Mr. Phillip? Mid
: . hoped lo- would return to the Ameri?
can Rmbaeoy In 1,-ondon In a more im?
portant poeitlon. The toaat was aceoni
l.aiil.'.l by the Hlnxlng of "For He's a
)..ll> flood l*.-llow."
LORIMER UNDER KNIFE TO-DAY.
Chicago, Nov. 10.?Surgeons In ati?n?
dame, ran ??United State? .Senator Will?
iam Lorimer announced to-day that they
would operate on him for appendicitis to?
Return of Old Favorites in
mien all the adulatory phrSSM touch?
ing the charm of Miss Fsrrar as the
pathotj Japanese maiden in Puccini's
opera "Madams Butteray" have bees
: ' ?ead until the reviewer e?n
? time f? r himself and the patience of
hn- madera by refernng to them In a
numerle?l form"!:? ("Ml8S Farr.tr '.. ?
or "the bewitching American
i dorna. .. 1, \ T, Ott") ihe time will
perhape be come for ooms n-\v observs
Uons ?n Hi.- opera itself. Th.- ethical
I??? ntUnentaUsl ; . ild ail that
.-?.ni a? the '-'i templatlon of the
he*.rtleee eondurH or the aeoundrelly Pink?
? 11. -. nor h ' lh< lea i rnottonal patriot
' defended his eoantrymen as vigorously
? might against the QersBsn critic?,
'??i?, i .:,.,i'- Intimated that it
WSa lUSl like an Am.-rican BSVSl ?"
to ??p.?ii?l his time drinking milk punch
whiskey," marrying Japanese girls,
? i? _rtlng them and bringing a new wife
gtatee to .??? ?? the pretty hoy
whom he had j*? #*t fatherlosa Ofoourse?
defense wouhi he easy enongb if
. on an sppeal to Japanese ? iwtoms,
hut to Inquire tkua would be to Inqulr*
t.... CUrlOUSly when one has the beauty
of Parrar, the ?.kin in eharsetai acting
Boottl and the ?plene.d metal ?>t
Martins tenor t?> tell about it, even
if it he for the fiftieth tima fet It
would i>?. eomethlng "f an Intellectual re
1 freshmen) if some Ingentom person wouM
i take the troubl" t?, make a study of I'u--- j
einfs seo; i '?? -.. ?? bOW much of the i um.
pell?n-; rherm of "Ma?lama Butterfly" Ik,
after all, due to the new sJoesents whteh
Pncelni lntro4uced in the lyria iisssa;
how deftly he wrote t ie pluases of d?a |
logue Which i'?-veal so much of the lovely
quality Of Miss Farra i x voice without
a-kiiiK all the art which she employ? In
them. Also, what a large measure-, not
only of Ingenuity but of red inspiration,
the- composer displayed In reshaping the
annular miiKii- ,.f Japan till they bSSS-BM
things of bounty ; in pouring tsnottoa into
them; in applying lntitruniental color to
fragmenta ?>f them, so that they gi\e
drsmstk poignancy to the ?ensu?>us flow
ot the tnusl?', and especially In Inventing
aO-h BrariodtC caresses as mal<.? so gra?
cious an appeal at the beginning of the
?scene at the ?-lose of the rtrst ait and
SPSS the way to the passionate? outpour
n.? of the love duet.
Hut thts in not likely to _?? done when
the simple announcement of a uaifuim
anoe Of the opera Si the M??trop?illtan
i serves to call up all that Is
B.Mary f'.r the N-w York public to
know aa to such happenings as took
place at the Metropolitan Opera House
last night. Again there wer?. Farrar,
fascinating In appearance (rather more
winsome than last season) and more than
adunia!..!?- in action and song: fignor
?eottti showing great Improvement in
roteo SMI atyte. Mr. Martin, whose sing?
ing left only the ?>ld longing that h.?
might employ more varied ??olor and
greater warmth and ?how a finer appre?
ciation of the Ki'aco of melodic contour
than h?? doe?, and capable pssplg In all
UM other parts Slgt.or Sturanl led the
on -hestra to unwonted eloquence of
speech. II. E. K.
RAYNER'S ILLNESS GRAVE.
Maryland Senator Extremely Weak
But He Remain? Conacious.
Washington, Nov. 15?Senator Uldor
Kayner, of Maryland, whose condition Is
regarded by his. family as extremely
grave, was no better to-night. The Sena?
tor, who Is suffering from neuritis, is
attended constantly by physicians, and
members of his family have been In?
structed t?. be within call.
(mitiiry at the Rayner home here was
met with the re?pon?e that there waa no
change in the Senator's condition. He Is
conscious but extremely weak.
I '? \ irrler. Tames. I.lvintaton. Edward.
Clark, William ?' Malier. Jull? A.
''rial?. Margaret J. O'Brien, ?'?rrl? .f.
Olb?wn, lenry !? Re-Id, Ruth F.
Hcbart. William S Smith. France?.
taSeoa, Anna M M sr??., Parah J.
Kerne, Edmund W Wal-r.n, Is???-.
Kllley. Helen S Wehr?. Ami? F. R.
I.ewl?. Alle? Y. B. Wlii?t? John T.
Lewis, Minnie P.
ALEXANDER-After s. hrUf Illness. Jam??
v ?\ar.der. In his *M y??r, ?? his residence.
No. ?I? St. Nicholas av?. ?Funeral ??nle?s
will b? held at th? North Preshytensn
Church. No 5*5 West U5th ?t., Saturd?'.
No\enib?r H, ?t 1 P- ~. Kindly omit flow
?rs. Interment prl.ate.
? LARK At his residence. No. 1010 Htoad at ,
Newark. N. J . on Thursilay. November 14.
1813. William Oatnpb?ll Clerk, In th? 401h
of lu? ase The funeral ser. Ic? ?t
i'.m^-v Epls-opsl ?.hurch. Hroad an. Walnut.
srs . on Batordajr, November 18, at 3 p. n*..
' ? th? tank Ho????..
, RAia Bu.dMly, nn Tbarade**, November M,
Maraare- Jai.?? ?ral? PltMtal ?.ervlces from
Eatc r*st<*encc, No. 31* West Iota ?t., M
?"uridav afternoon at 3 o'clock. ln'*Tm?nt
at i.-or.'.-e?,:. nca ?_ family. Kel?0 l.cotland?
pei era ri*sae eayt
ON Ptl Th'ir'.la?.. N.nem-er M, l.J. .it
his residen?*?. No. J01 West ?Wh ?t , N*"-'
torn Cltr, Henr; Bt?xkw?tl Olb?oa ?-.?lo?.e<i
hushan.l .it I.ouir? W Wttssa, Funeral s?r
*ieee on Buodajr, ibe lTth M I a*?_t_r_-_i
latermeat ?t .*onvenl?n?*e of the fair.' .
_ree__**B pa'-ers pleas? eogf.
HOOART M : :? ho~*. In <*lr.r;nnstl OMS,
??n ?ii.ay. Kovember 19, after a few meet*?
mom William N Kol.ait. in his TU".. '.ear
.UDSOM OS Niueniti?-: 15. V.<12. In NOW V>
i 'Itj. Mrs Anna Marear?? Hcuirhw ut. wife
Of Atorilram B. Judsee. M I> r?.n?r?l ser
at the M?mi-I?i Haptls' Ckwreh, Wash
lti?tnn Square, at . p. m. Sunilay, W??1??
? - If.
KRESS Oa Thursday. November 14 i.i-,
Edmund tviii?t? Keeee. Is the 47th >???
. i Ills age. Funeral surviens at his la?
i-?sirter ?'?-. No. 1088 Delantero nla? ?, Fl?'
t'ush. Hri.oklyn, Sun.ay. November IT, ?t
. p. ?_
KILLS- At rouahkeepsi?. H Y , No\ember
.".. IIU. Helen j Klll?>. wlto.v of Kfbert
LKWtS?At HawtSarna N T. No?*ini.?
14, 1913. Alie? Y. Bond widow of the
late? William F. Lewis, of Brooklyn. N. Y..
hi th- (i'lth year of her a??. Interment ?t
Ore*nw?o_ Cemetery, Bandar, Novem*.?"
IT. at ?' P rn.
I.I'? Ig ? ?n November 13. 181_. at her horn?.
No 130 Ko* luako ?t., Brooklyn. Minnie P.
I? funeral ?rifle?? will he ,-ond-iet?,?.
BungS) ii 8:84 o'elo?-k hv th? R?v. W. A.
Alexander it Stlosm Pr?sSrtorlea Church.
Ho. IS. I.afay.-tt? ate
UVINOSTOM At Lllzabetli, N. .1 . Friday.
Nsvemkar if?. IStt, Edward Livingston, ?_?.
58 root*. Funeral servi??? at hi? lat? r?s'
__S*a N<>. BIB Westminster ?vs.. Elizabeth.
N ' Bllltda) aft??rn?>_n. November IT. at 4
o'clock Interment privat?, on Monday, ?t
Mid.lletown, M f,
MALI.OY - On Thursda?. HotrOtOOOt 1?. l.li.
at he: rrsl?l?ii' ? . No. L881 l'r?i?|.??-t Plaer?.
Brooklyn. Jull? A.. b?lov?d ? if? of J?m?a
F. liai I or, asad 2?> rear? Funeral from
h?r lat? resldeaee on Mond?y, No>?*mb?r
18. at 0 ... m.
o'HniEN-? At h?r hon.? No. ?14?. Iilonro*
?i-?.. Chloago, in., Carrie J.. wW?, of
Douglass T-\ ?I'Brlen. Jr.. and .laughter of
tho lat?. nosert W. liopsmi.
lU'lD- -B'l'idriily. on W-SaeodS**, November
IX letS. Ruth Frith, b?h?v?d wife? of An?
derson R?M. ?t \'o 273 ?'llnton ?ve Brock
Imi. nui?r?i priv?te.
SMITH At Pine Plain?. N. T.. W?_ne?day.
Noves?***M '..t. Miss Fr?n??? ?mlth. F'ineral
from li*r late resldtnc?. fc?turd?y. Novem?
ber J6. at 1 p. m.
STEAD Sarah i. widow of th? lat? H?*
t'enlamln F. Stead, of Asiorlv I.on? Island,
at ner resMoeee, tn '*rlnt?ton, N. J. Fu?
neral Piine?ton, Monday ?fternoon. Inter
inaeiic Woodlawn, Tuesday.
WAl.DRON ? On Nov?mb*r 16, In th? 7?th
3 ear of Ins age. Isaac Waldron, son of th?
late Samuel Wants Waldron and Martha
M?lch?r Waldron U?*.ton paper? pleas?,
copy. Notlc? of funeral hereafter.
WEBB ?OB Krldav, Nov?mb?r IS. at h?r lat??,
reel?onos, Hh?rd?'?-on-Hu<l?<?n. ?ft?r o
brlrf lllu?ss. Anna F. It?in?*n. widow of
i'?en?ral Ale_and??r gtewan a'et.b ?nd .tan.
ter of th? late Elizabeth Waldron PhexntK
an?l Henry' Rutfers Retnsen. Notice of (?.
WIUJITB On Fourth Day. El?v?nth M?5nth.
nth John T. vvi'.iets In th? "Hih. >?ar ?t
his mge. Relatives and friends are Invited 'o
attend his funeral at his lat? i?ald?nc? No.
3d West 64th st on Seventh Day iBsturday)
morning; Eleventh Month iNovembari 18th,
et 1? o clock. It I? r?quc?t?d no flowers b?
THE WCCr-.AWK I KMKIERT,
238d Bt By IlarUrn Train and by Troll??.
OfBee. 20 East _S_ St.. N. T.
FRANK R. CAMPBELL. 241-3 West 1)4
8t. Chaperl?. Prlv?j? Rooma Prlrat? Amhu
lames. T?l. I"
MAIN Ob Fir K? \o. 1.4 Nassau at rest.
UPTOWN OFFICE?No. 1884 Broa?way, ?r
any American District Telegraph Offlc?
HARI.F.M OFFICBS?No. 1ST East I28?h
?tr??t. No. 283 West 126t_ ?treat an? Ma
.10 West l.itb ?true*.