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WANTS LOVE IN MAYOR
Frank MossUrges Right Kindof
Influence for Children.
WOULD END GANG GROWTH
Ideals in Lives of Boys and Girls,
Says Whitman's Assistant,
Are Most Neglected.
Its the Ideala of the girls and boys of
rorh th,.t Frank Mos.\ the Flrst
-i.tiit District Attorney. wants looked
, w;ints a mayor that will do
? toward thla end of keeping erlmo
tloe out of the growlng hearts of
Tt K Be said so last night at the
dinner of tba F.ast* rn Medical Society at
Hotel Astor Keferring to the boya
lecoming gunnien and gang
? ly more through their environ
? ? through their own incllnatlons,
? I would love to see a mayor ln this
rity 10 full ol' real b.ve that he would
?ii together in the armorlea of
tlie city aad love them and Uft them up
out of criine, b.stlality and selflsbness.
I an looking to the time when the manu
facturlng of gutuncn and gangs ls a thlng
,.f tbe paat This can be done by every
rt-nenl "f the ''ity. from the Mayor
down, by the Influence of love."
A round of cho-rs l'rom the two hun
| Mr. MOM when he
got op tO epeelT. and he said:
"You havo applauded me because of a
certain recent sensational murder trial.
Whole idea of murderers, no doubt,
ls that they are fearsome men. No; they
ar* not mon. You would be shocked to
I ,- that the grlst of the mllls of the
seven courts tn the Crlmlnal Courts
Bulldti-g is boys and lads. A recent granri
.:ury lnvestigatlon declared that the clty
la full of gangs of boys. These gangs
are not handled by the blue-coated men
ln the Tollce Department or touched by
the detectlves, but are allowed to grow
up to produce a great masa of crlminalB
wdlllng to do anythlng."
In speaklng of lnfluences that could r.
brought to bear to prevent thla develop
| of crime. Mr. Moss made his refer
to the sort of Mayor he would like
to r,ee in the City Hall. Ar.d then he
pleaded that somethlng be done. aa, in
his words. "tle weaith of the city 1s not
?n Its buildings, not in its banks. but ln
ihe boys and girls, and the Ideals ln their
Hvee, And even though tle eyes of the
woiid are upon us. these Ideals are the
ilMngs that we neglect most.'*
An idea <>f what a police captain would
most dc-ire in the way of a Tollce Com
mloelewee was afrord^d, when Mr. Moss ]
rerea^ed a convcrsatlon he had when he
at Police Headq'iart'-r?.
"What kinl of a cominlssloner would I
' asked the captala "Why, that's
. aay, I'd like to see a real good cltizen,
who does not oven know he ls allve, a
man so notoriously honest that no one
ld suspect. We could do what wo
wanted b.i.ind his back. We would tako
the d;r:y Otooaj, because every one ln
N'ew York works his Job, even the preach
Dr. Jchn A. Wyeth, former president of
tne New York Aeudemy of Medicine, said I
be thought a National Board of Health i
wiih a secretary in the Preslden.s Cabl- I
i-t waa the 0-O_t important subject now j
? the f-ouniry. He was on the med- ;
I .U <?oinmittec of I'resldent-elect Wilbon's j
; ..ign committee, nnd said last nlght'
'.'.o candidate because he j
.cd Mr. Wttaoa would carry out this '
NEW PREACHER FOR GRACE
Milwaukee Rector Coming Here
to Aid in Work.
The F.ev. Frederick FMwards, rector of
8t. Ja-MOfl Cburch, Milwaukee, accord?
ing to Information received here yester
, h'.s traal IfflHl to accept election to
Grace Church, Broadway and 10th street,
as MltMt preacher, his work to begin on
January 1. At Grace Church laat night
tho rector, Dr. Charles I_ Elattery, said
i he had heard nothlng directly from Mil?
waukee, and would not talk of his coming
_ntll he had done so.
The place Of self t preacher is not a
new one in QraOC Church. Dr. Henry B.
-fbflh, ? f Carnbrldge, held lt for one year,
and Dr. George Willlam Douglass. now
canon of the cathedral, aerved for another
year under the late Dr. W. R. Huntington.
Mr. Kdwards was once a newspaper
man ln Now Y'ork. He preached ln Grace
Church some weeks ago.
LEAVES MTJCH TO O&ARITY
Will of Ferdinand Hcrmann Oivea
$20,000 to Institutions.
The will of Ferdinand nerroann. a mem?
ber of the flrm of Speyer A Co.. who dled
oa September 23, was flled in the Burro
gite's Court yesterday. It leaves more
than $.0,000 to charltable iDStltutlona. A
codicll to the will revokes a bequest of
5-")0,000 to his daughter, Mrs. Beatrice
Sophle Hess, rfhd a almllar provlslon made
ln the will for a son, Bemhart F. Her
mann. However, this mlght be explained
by a provlslon ln the will which made de
dfl tfOM In part or full of the amount of
the legacy according to the amounta al
raadj adraaeed by the teatator.
Mrs. Sara Hermann, the wlfe of tha tea?
tator, ls m;?le the reslduary legatee.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
a.i-nlsslon to tha American Mujeum of
tural HUtOiX the Metropolltan Museum
r? the New York Zoologlcal Park and
tha Vain *'ortlaridt I'ark Museum.
gOOW, New Grand Central Palaoe.
Mrs. Jesslca Oanretson Flnch on
UnotJ? E*."*" Fran-hlse Bocitty. No.
| _7th Btreet. * P- -"*?.
M__a__a of the L-aymen's Club of the Ca
tboSt-l ot St. J"hn the Dlvlne. -choolroorr.
..? grounds. Amsterdam avenue an? lllth
? ?.?,.., t,v Walker P. Hines on "The Ex
nrott Companl-s and the Publlc." before
rinanc-a- Koruni. Weat Stde Young Men s
Chrlatlaa Association, evening.
Dlataei ef tbe AHirr.nl Association of tt.
, ,,-tpi Xftvler Collegt., Hotel Knicker
hocker, ? venin*f.
>iiui*r of the freahman class of Fordham
inivermiy, Hotel Knlckerbocker, evenlnf.
r of th- American Boolety of Mechan
1. ul Knulneers for Profesaor John E.
?areel I/. bf.nor of bla elghtloth blrthday.
hea-Q' arters. No. M West _9th street,
I- iii< lectaarsa tt 'bn Board of Educatlon..
?t k, j, na.; Manhattan?Cooper Union.
Third avi-nu.ai.dSUi street, "What a Col
atlon Means to a Woman." Pres
kUaal Ifarloa L. Hurton of Hnalth College;
Publl* School 101. Ulth street and Lex
iit -veini-. "Kffl* lency ln Govern
? Dr C4*/_e !. King; Publlo Bchool
i-H ia.'.Hi s're.-t. went of Amsterdam ava
Tl .. C?anl-? l'<ople." Phlllp Cowen;
? Sliic Houce Hutlenient, 70th atreet
?.r._ K. t Rlrar, "Wages, Ineomea ana
-ar.i.,,1. of Uvlng ln New Tork Beba
Kl.rl.ge; Bunshlne Chapel. No. 550 Weei
4oth street, "The Park Department. Com
r.,ls,i.,.i?r Charles B 8*?ver' Y;.J5_ V'lvlc
11.11, No. 5 West UMheUeel. The t..1'?lc
, i.Hon as a Vltal foclor ln the I lan
I >R- rjovernliiK of th* Modern O y.
P.Ideat Robert Ortet cooke of ???*?*?
Avenua Association: T. M. H._A Hall t^o
....id Lealagt-ai **r?*il"'tlr?yy
[ntelllgenee ln AaHanla. Miss Mary 4..
EULOGY OF JEFFERSON
John Sharp Williams Derides
John Sharp Williams. Senator from Mi?
stssippi, upoke at Columbia Universlty
yesterday afternoon under the George
Plumenthal Foundation on "The Ferma
nent Influence of Jcfferson." Senator
Williams declared that Jefferson was any
thlng but a "timld -.nd va> lllating raan.
as a distinajuished ex-Prcsident has lnti
mated." Hfl said that Colonel Roosevelt
raachfld his conduslen by "roughnding
over th" facts of hlstory."
Senator Williams said that some one
OUghl tO write a hlography of Jefferson
"This may sound surprlslng," said the
Senator. "ln view of the fact that twenty
so-called biographies have been wrltten.
But they all have been written eitli- r I y
Jofferson'H most ardent admlrers or men
who have been trained in the polltloal
schools of his blttercst enemlos. His life
ought to be written by a De-mocrat. a
Southcrner and a planter all ln one. For
that is the only kind of man who ~nn
really understand JcfferBon's career sym
pathetically and relate tt ai curately."
$250,000 FOR A HOSPITAL
T. J. Zurbrugg Also Remera
bered Nearly Every Relative.
Mount Holly, N. J. Dec. 3.?By tbe flffl
of Theophilus J. Zurbrugg, former head
of the Keystone "Watch Case Company.
offered for probate to-day. the pum of
$250,000 Is placcd ln trust for the rrce
tlon anrl malntenane. of a hoflpltal at
Rlversidr. N. J. The will tMpa? f,f *n
estate* of more than a milllon dollars
and neary every relative of Mr. Zurbrugs
RAISES $50,000 FUND
Missionary Movement Collects
$10,000 in Ten Days.
A fund of $.10,000 has been obtatned bv
the Missionary Education Mm-ement. the
glft of friends ln honor of ten years of
succeaaful work. A splrlted campalgn
olosed on November 80, and yeaterday.
after allowing time for dlstant lettern to
reach New York, lt wa- announced the
amount had been obtained. Ten days ngo
$10,009 was lacking.
The movement ls unofflcial, but I? K*n
erally used hy all Protentant missionary
soclctleB to lssuo eommon literature, es?
pecially textbooks. Fnder the stlmuluB
of the movemenf. mlssion study rUr-ses
have grown rapldly, both in New Y.uk
and throughout the country. A leadinir
spirit In the movement is Wllllam F.
Cochran, of Baltlmore, a member of the
Yonkers famllv of thnt name
JACOBS QUARTET PLEASES
Appreciative Audience at First Sub
Tha Max JflOOhfl Quartet gave IU Bfflt
BUbflCrlpttOfl concert of the Bflflflflfl Iflfll
night ln Carnegle Lyccum. Tl o audience
was of good slze and of mueh enthuMa*.m.
Tbe musiclaiis played tho M.'zart
Quartet, No. 15, in B flat. v.Ith gOOd
ensemble and preclslon of attack, and
with fnir'.y warm tone. Tbe other n.im
bcrs were Gretchaninow's Quartet, Op.
2. and Dvorak's Qulntct. Op. tt, ln whkh
Mlflfl Carolyn Bet-be was the assistln.
NEW SPECTACLE FOR CENTURY
Biblical Drama by Louis N. Parker
to Follow "Daughter of Heaven."
A blhlicrvl sperta/k-, by Ixiuis N. Park*
< r, author of "blsraeli" and "FpflMUfldflf
Walk," wlll be the successor of "The>
Daughter of Heaven" at the C<ntury
Theatre. The new produc-tion will be
made the latter part of Janunry, when
the I/Oti-Gautier drama will go to Chl?
"Joseph and His Brethren" is ti..- title
chosen by the author, the etory b'ing the
famillar one of the Bible It was wrltten
six vears aco, Bfeortling to tbe statenv-nt
of George C. Tyler, of tlie Llablflf Com
pany, dirertor of tbe c< ntury. a'"' was
at one time considered for the op. ntng
of that theatre under Llebler maoage
mant ln place of "The Garden of Allah "
An elaborate and aorpflUflive productlOfl
of the new fpectacle ls projeefd
"The Man wlth Three Wlvflfl," the
latest musical comedy pifldflettOfl of
Franz Lehar. composer of "The Morry
Widow," has been put Into rehearsal by
the Shuberts at the Caslno Theatre for an
Mme. Naztmova, in "Bella Donna," will
continue her New York appearances at
Wallack'a Theatre, when, on December
23, Bhe ia obllged to make way at the
Emplre Theatre for Maude Adams, ln
Through the courteay of Signor Gattt
Casazza. manager of the Metropolitan
Opera Houae, Mme. Marie Rappold wlll
be one of the sololsta at the matlnee for
the beneflt of the Woman's Tltanlc
Memorlal on Frlday afternoon, December
6, at the Century Theatre.
OUve Wyndham. formerly a member of
the New Theatre oompany, haa been en?
gaged by Charlea Frohman as leadlng
woman in "Chains" wben Ellzabeth
Baker's play ia produced at a speclal mat
lnee at the Criterlon Theatre on Decem?
Oaby Deslye and Al Jolson will be seen
at the Winter Oarden before the season
ends ln a new piece being wrltten for
them. Thelr appearance will follow thelr
preeent tour ln the Jolnt productlon ot
"Vera Violetta" and "The Whlrl of So?
Negotiatlons to bring the Shakespearean
productlons of Granvllle Barker to New
York are under way between the Shu?
berts and Mr. Barker.
"Cap and Bells." the dramatie organi
zatlon of Wllllama Collage. wiU present
"Hia Excellency, the Governor," the farca
by Robert Marahall, in the ballroom of
the Hotel Plaxa on Monday evening, De?
Bouventrs of the 100th performance of
Blllle Burke, ln "The -Mlnd-the-Palnf
Glrl," at the Lyceum Theatre were given
away laat night. The remembrances took
the form of books of the play bound ln
morocco. containing a copy of the east, a
speclal photograph of the etar and her
autograph. ? _
DR. JANEWAY LEFT $481,500.
Dr, Edward G. Janeway. tho dlatln
guishe- Bpeclaiiat on lung diseases. who
died on February 10. 1911, left an estate
.nnraJaed by tho atate transfer tax ap
or-ase. _t WW Dr Janeway owned
the house at Na 36 West 40th street.
where he llved. and the land on which It
Ttands, whlch have been valued at $136,000.
Most of hia estate conslsts of real prop?
erty Hto pereonal estate eonslsts largeiy
of rallroads securltles._
REPRESENTATIVE CONRY HURT.
Waahlngton. Dec 3. -Representative
Michael F. Conry. of New York. was re
nioved to a hospltal here to-day. suffer
Ina from an injury to his leg. recelved
ln a fall Saturday. A prellmlnary ex
amlnation falled to iIIbcIoso the extent or
thfl Injurv. To-morrow It wlll be aub
1..t.,l to"an X-raV cxammatlon.
"The Indiscretion of Truth" Not
Important if True.
A "PALMY DAY" DRAMA
Which Only Goes to Prove That
the Old Plays Can't
Twenty or thirty years auo Hartiey
Manners could have looke.l forward to a
eomfortable run for hi* dlsCTflflt "Indts
cretlon of Truth." It hflfl ln lt a po-e
young woman, mucli wronge.l; a phy^-i
cally superb but morally unmentlonabk
young man, who flfltfl baflflly to her; nn
uprl?ht naval youlh. who upholds purlty
agalnal odds: a fldddlfl aged and courtly
baronet. Vrho is puflrdlflfl to purlt",
savlor of her honor .ind Hnnlly her hus?
band. The purlty ?irl is .-.ppropriatrlv
nainod Truth, and her lodlflCffltlOfl eflfl*
siste.i in her earrytag oui hot part of .->
rendezvous flfljrflflJDOllt Thfl villatn's
rlllfllny, bowflrer, conntatod in his n< t
earrying out hl*, They were to have
been married Instead. Truth. crush.d
to e;irth, creeps back to her guardlnn's
TTUth'fl purlty Ifl, of rnurse, never qtiea
tlonod by any one cxr-rpt by I.a.ly itff*
llng, the b.->ronet's sist.-r-in-law, who K
ro do'iht, put ln th.. play to show how
very foflMflh BOIflfl pOOfllfl Cflfl he.
The pith of tlie whole matter about
Truth ls composed of a point or two ln
Beotflh law. It ls a Wilki- Colllflfl Meq.
nnd was used ln his novrl, "Man an.i
Wlfe," to whlch Mr. Manncrs eflllfl at?
tention as tho basls of blfl play. Whcr.
Truth was waltlng at the inn, where sh
expected to meet l.er piospeetlve hflfl*
band. t'aptatn Greville, of tbe royal naw.
appeared Instead wlth a note from the
mlscreant who should have come. Tfl
savH the waltlng lady embarrassment hfl
asked for her as his wife. This, done ln
the, presence of witnesses, ronstltuted a
Bcotch marrlage. The letter he pre
aented to her was ono of her own notes
written to her lover, ln whlch she had
premnturely flhjDfld hflfflfllf "Your wlfe"
He hfld flfllihbtfld nn nnMv.-r on lt,
merrlly signing It "Your hUflband." Here
aeeordlng tn Bcotch law, wns another
marrlage. BoflCfl Truth, pure as a dflW*
drop, found herself Ofl thfl fluhflppy morn
Ing of cortaln*rlfla with two huflbanda and
a broken h< art.
The work of exfrir ntinir a t:-")< ndo'isly
Dnlnterflflting BflgUflb >:!ri fr..r:i laeti a
predtcament aoctni ?? hardflr taah than
rllmbtag the Matterhorn and consideraMy
leaa worth while. Thi playwrlght, how
ever, I as pone nt it irtth good bflflfl 'ir. !
in four acl . Tl ?? Ifl I acl la fl ' I
after-dinner OOffflfl and - lot thfl
play was quite over ' I flfl*. "' Um
third. Thfl brutfl waa dead arlth an at
tack of heart tHrtfl-t. brought on by
oy. rtraining, and every OM flXCOpt thfl
mtddlfl aged hero blmflfllf un.lor.--t. I tl
,t was ho who was to in;.rry lMnly th.it
Ifl, Truth. In fact. every Oflfl I
from the tlrxt, but life Ifl like th.it. How
often we come wlth a hflfflt of 1
a.sm and a Bflflflfl of disovery upofl l
truth that every on.- fllfla hus known all
In Bpttfl "f tlie fact that he |oa_M I
Int:ely an ide* t<> this play. the sp.rlt of
WUhit Colllna atalha aboui al large.
"Doar old Wlkle." as thoflfl who lOTfl hlfli
Btlll <all hlrn. was like Oflfl Of tbOflfl
powerful chemi.al guldfl thfll ? flflft thflll
COlOliflg matter o\?r that of every other
llquid with wbieh thfly na* bl <cd. A
?mail docfl of WUhk <o.iins arouU
dramati-e a Chrtfltmafl carol or a ehurch
BOCiaL Bo lt Ifl n<> w .nd. r th.it Ifl II . .
nera'a play, which wai lntended, aeeord?
lng to tbe |M*ngr>mn>fi '?> ba a "comody
drama," flhould BftVfl tflfflfld OUt to bfl
.'.-).? ..f IhOflfl p:ir!'.r thrlUflri that used to
graee th<- bonrds nt tb<- .i'd I'nio*'
. . i BBJO.
Walter Hampden aa the "gtntlemafl
athk t-' araa rathi r funny. The n
Ing eyfl wouM concede him the poaslb IH ?
of being an athiete, ba| tha Mgei tl< man."
whi.h was accredlted hln on the pro*
rranime, w:is not flUggflfltfld bj thfl r(flrtOf
trieks he practlflad either during tbe boy*
day of iii.' training?whieh aeflmfld t? con*
BM of drlnhing ..nd 'ir.'kinrc |00 mu'-h ?
or aftej bi? phyfltcal eraai l"0r, in tbfl
flrst [.art he trl.d to Btfangie ;. H
ln the Bfleond he ahnofli aucceeded ln
throtiiim; a vomaa ? I Blween whi. |
of a gcntlemanly Imagtnfltlofl be glarod,
crowled and lurcbfld flbOUi 1 I
lor, holding his ebflfll flflry bi>;ii flfld
In.T to blmflfllf iprisum.tbly): "I am to bfl
phyaii lly fluperb." After ait a trylflg
role for fl aenalble man. Really, aetora
in these daya ara m.ie to ba plttod 11
MflWHHli no matt. r what bappena Iffl
thfl playwiights that flhould i:o '
H hool and try to Cfltfl- Bp wlth Ihfl tlmflfl
Then flctora, produeera, manageffl and
audfe-nrcs would have somet!iii;g flJOlt
Anne M'redlth as tbe horie of COBton*
tion in thfl eharaetar of Truth mt pt ,-ir..i
smlled as bflfll she oould whlle the flgfll
ragad over bar. ban uoUyor, as an Bag*
lish phydOfll tralner. was rflOOgfllflfld fll
bflflfl by tb<- audience ns typbal of hi.s
class and tflflfllTfld > round of applauflfl
flrbflfl lns turn whs over. An old tlm< r
from those very palrny dflflflj flf Whlflh tho
play was tn i-trongly remlnlscent turn.-d
up in Mrs. Thomas Whlffen, who plfljrfld
the gentleman flthlfltfl'fl mother. .Mrs.
WhlfT.n has played in many a thrlller Ifl
the once favored Ihflfltfflfl of New York,
and in no way dld whe flbflflf Ihfl flfllflfl
galnod tn her long training ln sto>-k better
than by her qulet rtflPtfcWI flf the w.-l
come given h. r on h-i liist flfltrflflOfl last
Probflbly tiiat ?atraaefl flrai tha ploafl*
antest moment ln the play, and to some
It was Ihfl only ploflflflflt moment
i-AST OF"THK lNlds.'RKTION OF TF.fTlf M
bir Geotx* Sllrllnr. Hart. J?unk Kemlil* OOOMf
Hruro Durrell.Walter Hatnpden
Captaln Willlam Orevllle.lleirv Mortlmer
))-? Knlvett.VV____55 ','-'1''.r
Ha-nry M-TBtea.Alexander lrank
Uonald Tweedle-.IV.'-'!;i,,r ' ,",'''\,,"
Thomaa .V, llllam Kylll.
I.a.ly Htlrllnn .^li - Hen* rt
Kate Btlrllnir.^....Vlolet Kernlde Cooper
Truth I'nlerldiie.Anne M.i.-dlth
Mrs Kadnor.Murl.-I Htarr
Mra! Darrell. ._. .Mra. Tboiu-s Whlffen
MOTHER OF EUGENICS DEAD
Chlcago, Dec. 3.-Dr. Allce Hunk.r
Rtockham. phyBiclan. author, suffraglst
and one of tne ploneers of the eugenlo
movement, U dead at her home ln Al
hambra. near Loa Angeles.
I?r. HOflhhfll is said to have insplred
Tolstol wlth the Ideaa whlch found ex
preHslon in his "Kreutrer Sonata." Dr.
Stockham waa born of Quaker parentage,
j.t t'ardlngton. Ohio. ln 1.SS3. She waa edu
rated in < Uilo. and during the ?V8 came
o rhicugo, llving here until two yeara
i^o, when she remov.d to Callfurnla.
ENGINEERS GREET PRESIDENT.
A reception was held laBt night hy tbe
American Society flf Mechanl.al Engl
neere in honor of thfl BflW president. W.
F M- Oflflfl Tno "lilK?"'K_ i,r,'3ld^lv,t'
Alexander C. HumPhreyfl. Bflohfl on The
Present Opportuniti.-- an.i <'otis..,;. nt
Resnonalbllltles of the Knglneer. Tha
recepUon was beld In the Engtafl. ring
BunSlng. No. 29 W. at Otb street
EVER POPULAR "ELUAH"
The Work Opens Fortieth Sea?
son of the Oratorio Society.
There i.i probably no lover of choral
Ihrlng th NeW York who can re
membef tba tirst performanre here of
l_e___d__Ohn- "I'lijah," and it is-as cer?
tain as anythlng can bo in eonnctlon
with thln-s depcndlng on popular tante
that nobody allre ?__ hear the ia?t. Af?
ter Handel'i Ttoaalan" it is the most
admlred of oraturios in Bnglnnd an.l
Aimrioa. It ls <-asy to tell why other
works ,n the lield OOgtlt to crowd these
worfca out boenooe of tbetr greater artis
tic vain.-, but ti..- a**_-mettt-, lulte suffl
dent for the eritlca irbo adrance them,
omlt from their e*|ti!ition tho rellgloiis
Olement of HandeTa work and the com
blned rtttftOOl and dramat;.', or human
Intereat of the other. Theaa elements
consorted with their IliaqiieatlolWHl musl
eal beauty have rnado them the staple of
Dhoral ?oolotlo- aaong KnKiuh-sp.-.-aking
peoplea for gonerattotio. lometlmae chor
Urtera get tir.-.i of itngtag them aad oon*
? ra '"'i elve ambltlona to do ?oa-S*
!:i tii" BeM more modern; bnl irbea
they foDoa tbelr new Inclinatlona tbe box
offlce promptly tella tbein that they are
vain th_~__ and that thay
woold better return to Brat prlndptei u
they want to continue tbelr exlstem e.
And f>o "The -feaalah" la altamya with us
ln the ('hrlstniasilde and "Klljah" as of?
ten Iu other perlod- as ls eOBti-ttBt with
Th.* .>r;.|.irb, Bodet**, fonnded by Pr.
!, ,[,.,',) i Munrooeh and dlreeti d fbr
tlili ty-tiine ve.-irs l>v hlni and hii two
?ona, Wiiiter aad Pmna. celebrated the
tntranee on Ita fortieth ?eaaon laat alghl
at carneRie iiaii by ? pecfornianca of
"i:iijah" dnder a new- coddnctor, Mr.
Loate K'oemmenich. There a** re most
agroeaMe atgne of a freabeaod Ihterest la
the singing of the ehorua, more pat
tlcnlarly ln the aupmentati-jn of tha male
portlon, and the oecaaloa breltiad quit*? an
unoanal aatlifaaitluu with tbe eolo <,uar
tet, eompoeed ef Wai Florenoo Blnhla.
kOai Margarat Keyes, _ir. Claronee
WhttohU] (haea bo is for an obrtooa rea
?oa moatloBed out of the aaoal ordnr)
and Mr. I'ail Althouse, btit of tiie loudly
beralded rorolatloni of new thimrs there
wer.- Done. The <-ii..ir gnag th*- oi 1 ebonme
admtrably, ao edmtrebly Indaed tbat hnd
the drnmatlc spirlt been doveloped the
"Thanks be to Qod" eboroi would bave
been tbtfee ns thrUUng ae it araa Rut
.,r tn,. dra arhleh were rn
Mendetaaobn'a mlnd durlng aii tbe y< in
in Whlcb II ? Of the r,ra
_j d Whl* !i, UitbOUt |- I ' ? U-.
body, ba i i ib-a the f"rm of
tii. atrli ai repre l I ? wota few
ln ar/fdoaeo laal rdi bt it was lik.; ? eoM
?-? to hav.- Mr, Koenuaanieb quletly
i n down ...... propbefi
pr..r!i,- ? ' ? a droutb wblcb
to . otne upon I t till lal
i found ti ' P?*e
::n the tr.*.truni' n* <l dai ? ' OB
of ti ? of the propb cy. Aad it
wn* a eo der <i
. - ad
v da appt ii of tho prteel
Ittlng the Prophet te "lV1>*
! um and
B t there tn '
... I wllh
? n be
. .- thal Bai*
. DP ? I"*-''
rt ,>?. prteata ol BaaJ wl
for him to preeerra thal dlgnlfled attitude
,.f ,.,. ... v.i.i ii evea % Bi br< ?*?* taa
-, ? I ' '?
(i-nt ; '? *il1''
. . M "
Tb< re waa n plaaaure for tho
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OPERAS FOR NEXT WEEK
Wolf-Ferrari's "The Secret of
? , ?
...... |t, Will
tbe Mai ' ' "" K'1'
' ??'?"1- "?-*"1' nvm
Ooraldlne Pai ? \"'"";"
Beottl an tiie Counl and Angelo B
rvanl It wlU be f?Uow< I by
, . i." wHb Mile. iMctt la Bori ae
u .i Mr. Caru o
. * ?! ,, ndw t t, tb "?
' Henday ataa
.. ... ,|, umaa i" ' ?l""1'r "n'1
,..,,, oilly, FU?thl< i ? ad Re >.
? _ |; | , - arlth Ml "? A,,la'
who wiii make ber flral ?PP< ?'""'?? ln
?,1(.ra thla m lapn, u Mlml, wfll i aamg
. n Wi dneodaj <? - *-|'"' -r,:,c''-'
ruit." win be rapeated on Tburaday erta
my. witli thi ' I '
-Me WalbOre"- Itf Brat perfonnanea 'his
arlll be the Baturdajr maUnH
,,,?,;,. when Maea Margaret Mataenauer
will niak- !,. r reapp arance ai
hllde, with Mme i-'i.'n*-ta.i aa Blegllnde,
, . ..,-., . tbli r in the rote- of
,1, i W.ltrai.te, .Ir Bttl
--;. _ ,,lund, Mr Orl ?? iid I Wi ,i. an.l Mr.
Ilng Ti.e eaat will alao
Include Mme. Alten a*- OorJolMe, Mme
Helmwlga, Mm* C-rtla ?s
Ortllnde, Mma fornia as Roaaweit .
Mme. Molford u Orlmgerdo, Mme Mntt*
f.i.i as BUajruae aad Mto* Duchim u
SebwertletU Alfred Berte wtU eoadaet
Her Dancing Is Applauded by
\ returntng eddy of the wava fif 'i-in,>
Ipg tbat Hiibrn*ri-"d tho eountry two
v.-ars ago foand lUaill la the Metropoii
tan Opera Houae yaatorday __tei_?on,
when Miss Adellae ',??<. aaalatod by
Mr. Vollnln. a small OOTp de b_JM und
N_han Franko'a ott ?? U u ?' a an af*
t.',,,.?,n dedlcatad to the goddaaa Tato
-1Ml_ie'Oauee la n daneor whoaM art M
too well known ln New Torh to call for
?xtended commout at thli tlme Hor
chirm ber grace, ber toUescy. h_r la
.... ?|,| ],. ii rntnesfl "f '"'? ,'a,?, ''' *?
,,!i.'i ,',i,'i repralaed Her admlrera
?nd thaaa of Mi-1-^ Pnrlown hav.- e*.
',:.' ,.,','inii.-h breatb over decldlng who
f_ tbe i-.r.-ater. Her pbotographa have
.????,,, ,,,., newapapera ona niagailnea
;i,i mnnltum. ln ibort, Mlaa Ganoe ls a
bouaebold word and Dgure.
Th,- larae audience yeeterday enjoyed
o oroaramme thnt abowed aome eletnenti
of nov Ity lt was in tbe Brat ballet that
mi Genee appeared at her beat it wai
fpantomlmi wblcb repraaented ? si.p
pooed Inddent ln tbe life ol La a
nira_ the famoua French dancar of the
im of Loula xv. In Iho Uttle play ahe
d. ,,-s befora tbe King ?';d thereby w.ns
_ pardun tor a young Ir-n.-h soldler.
In ht-r dandng ihe waa a trtidoa of maa
nndi lovellntse A word, too, of pralse
- loull a "aid for tbe iettlng and for the
__atumea T_e MetrdpoUtaa has soen
i.,>tlnna_ m*ir.: charming.
i uvti-n the two b-Ueti Mibs Genee.
Mr Vollnln and Miss Behmphi Kav- ?.
numlier ?'f dlvertisseiii.nt,, all of which
wara well eaaented and warmly ap
"LA BOHEME" AT PHILADELPHIA.
[By T-i.-r.iph U T?< THbuoe I
Philadelphia, Dee, 3. -The Metropolltan
ODara Company aang "La BohtaaP here
,'',Ui.i b. or. tbe largeat aualleneo of
&enSion. ln tba eaat ^'.^^
r.ir, Mr baruoo and Mr. Amata, Mr. io
i...?, o ' ondnctad.
THE LOGICAL NEXT STEP.
PRISON WARDEX -Convicted of burglary! Most unjust! Take him acrosJ
to the hotel.
FUNERAL OF DR. COLLYER
Prominent Persons at Services
?Burial at Woodlawn.
Parflflflfl repr.-sentlng every walk of life
niled thfl Chur.-h of the Mcsslah. Fark
avenue ond 'Mth utre.-t, yesterday fore
n.. ifl at the funeral of Dr. Robert OollyflT,
pastor emeritua of the church, who died
early Bunday mornlng. The Rev. John
Haynflfl Holn.es ronduoted the senlces, as
I bf the Rev. Dr. Frank <>. Hall. of
the I'nlversallst Church of the Dlvlne Pfl.
tflmity, and the Rev. Dr. Merle St Croix
Wright of the Lenox Avenue T'nltanan
Prtratfl ?lonma at i>r OoOyar. hom?
; mofldfld those at the church. Ry 9 o'.lork
there w.re a half hundred persons walt?
lng In the street for the doors to be
thrown open, and an hour later the maln
"nor seats and the gallery were fllled and
ln.es ot' autotnoblles and carrlages extend
..I fllOQg both slde-, of Park avenue from
:tth tn Mth street.
Thfl trn.-t.es of the church were the
rary pallbflarflra They were Dr.
.lanie.-a H. I'arker, Justlre Q. I*. Ingraham,
M. H OflTfly, Ha A. Plaee, Wllllam Mier
. r. Willi.im Shilltiber. II. K. Taylor, Joseph
BflfltflBflfl and Wllllam F. M)l>r.
Among those at the services were An
Irew Camflglfl and Mr*. I'amegle, ex
Itayor Beth Low, the Rev. c. s. s. Dutt'.n.
thi Rflv. i. A. Harvey, thfl it.-v. Wllllam
\ Bnmdaga an.i tha uoo. Dr. Minot J.
Bavaga The burial was al Woodlaam.
THE REV. JOSHUA KIMBER.
Ti.e Rev. Joflhua Klmhflr, for forty
flve years s.-cr-tary of the Uoard of MIs
Blonfl of Um Protflstflni Bpiaoopfll Cbureb,
died at Ua lonie. No. X Otfllflrnp I'ark.
terday, ln b:s aflvflntjMflVflBth year.
Mr. ITIinhflf flflflflfl of Quaker par.nts who
Uvod on Lflflg Island, and his flrst work
as a elergyman was as a curatfl at St.
Ueotff.-'s. Flushing. Thflfl bfl bflOflflfl tne*
tor of the Church of tlie H.-deemer, RI. h
mond Hill, but soon took up his irorh
wlth thfl H'.ar.I of Ml?JMlfl. which then
h id its hflfldquflftflffl In the Hlhlo House
Ifr, Klmb.r ntlrcd last Mav. ,>;> a<
< ount of age. He Iflflflflfl n wlfe and a
BOfl, thfl Bflf. Ribcrt B. Klml-er. sup.-r
Int.ndent of the, Clty Kplsoopal Iflafltofl.
Tbe foaoral wlll be hoM at Calvary
Chureh. Fourth Ifflflfl and 21st street.
? >n l*Tlday at io a m.
JAMES MAY DUANE.
Jam.-s May Duane, a member of the
banking flffl* of Krowti Rrothers <fc 00.,
died at his home, No. 109 East Mth flflfll t
on Monday, nfter a Hhort lllness. He was
si'xtymio years old. Ho was graduated
from Hrown l'nlverslty in l*-7:', and en
t.-r.-.l thfl .-mploy of the local branch of
the l/ondon Insurance t'orporatlon.
He had been wlth Hrown Mrothers ..
Co. slnco 18X7 and was a partner ln that
flflflflfl since IM. He was one of the
trustecH of Hrown L'nlverslty and a mem?
ber of the Century and l.'niverslty clubs
and th-- Downtown Association, of this
Clty; the Sons of tho Revolutlon, the
1'eniisylvanla Hocloty. the Rlttenhouse,
l'nlverslty and Fhlladelphla clubs. of
rhlladelphia. He was a director of the
1,? hlgh Valley Coal and NaviRatlon Com?
pany. the I^ehlgh -s Hudson River Rall?
road. the Lehlgh & New Engiand Rall?
road, the York Railwaya Company and
tbe Newport NewB & Old Point Comfort
Railway and Electrlc Company.
Mr Duane was a vestryman of the
ChUTOfa of Zlon and St Tlmothy. He
leavea a wlfe, who was Miss Katherlne
| }'. HigginBon, of Now York; one son.
Kichard B. Duane, and two daughters.
Katherlne Duane and Mra. Elenore F.
HENRY ROBINSON 8ADL-R
Henry Robinson Sadler, formerly a
member of the Btock brokerage firm flf
.'urrle. Fhllbrlck & Co., died at the N'ew
York Athletic Club. houae on Trftver"
Ielati.l Monday mornlng. He became lll
whlle playlng billlards Sunday O****?**'
Sadler was flfty-two years old. flgd
the son Of the late Houston M. fl>__-M*T
iall Bulflt Sadler. Several yeara ago ho
vas known as a crack -lay pigwn flhoL
To-day he would have celebrated bia
r,ev.-nteenth wedding OM&OtmxT. "e
leavea a wlfe and three brothers.
WILLIAM HEAF MARLAND.
IBy Talagrflfl* to Th? Tribune. I
Flainheld, Oflfl*, Dec. 3.-Wllllam Heaf
Marland. ex-Mayor of DanlelBon, ls dead
at hia home in Maple street, after two
months' illness. He waa born ln York
shlre. Engiand. fifty-nine years ago, and
had heen for thlrty years In Kllllngly
flfld I'ialnfleld in business aa merchant
and banker He served as Mayor of
Dflflffllflflfl until he refused re-electlon,
and was a promlnent Mason and church
man. Three chlldren survive him.
DR. CHARLES HENRY THOMPSON.
Asbury Park, N. J., Dec. 1?Dr. Charles
Henry Thompson, a llfelong resldent of
Monmouth County, and one of the best
known physlcians ln the Btate, died at
his home ln Beltnar, near here, to-day,
after a short illneBS. Dr. Thompson waa
BOTflBty years old. and for forty-flve years
had llved Ifl Belmar.
He was born at Marlboro, Monmouth
County, tn 1843. He was graduated from
the College of Physlcians and Surgeona
ln Manhattan ln 11*8.
ISAAC I. DEMAREST.
Ha kensack. N J. Dec. 1^4?flfl I
Demarest. one of Hackensack's Bflflt
known and highly respec ted cl'.lzens. died
Iflflt night at his home, at No. -70 L'nlon
street. after a year's illness. He was
aUU?flflfll FflflTI old, ar.d lea\es a wite
and a daugbter.
CLARKSON CROSBY THOMPSON.
Troy. N. *" i Oec 3 - CUrkson Croaby
Tbomp'son. a real estate dealer, of New
Vork. died here to-day at tbe age Of
fortv-'ix. He was taken IU while vislt
|ng blfl brother. W. Leland Thompson.
president of the local Board of Educa
ti01| H? wns a descendant of Colonel
Bbflfleaer Croflhy of Oneral Wflflhlflg*
ton's Btflff; Wiiiiam FRvd. one of the
?Igllflrfl Of the Declaratton of Bflflflpflfld
ence. and of Pcter Schuyler. flrst Mayor
of Al'-any. Mr. Thompson flfflfl a gradu
aio flf Columbia and a member of the
gonfl of the Revolutlon and tho Union
Club, of New York._
MISS LANSING ROVVAN.
Unm Lansing Howan. the niece of Ly
BMU I. (iaK"- ?? ?aarafry flf tbe Treas?
ury died at the age of thlrty-one, Ifl the
Broohlyn Hospltal y.-atenlay. where she
had bflflfl operated on two weeks ago.
Miss Rowan went on the stage several
years ago and starred in stock com
1 panles for several seasons. Tw o years
ago she Buffered an attack of nt-urltls. and
it wflfl to secure the uar of her llmbs,
which bad been helpless since that time,
thrU she vas operated on.
She waa born in Batavia, N. Y., and
recelved her early education at Mrs.
Kylvanus Reeda academy, in Manhattan.
The funeral wlll be to-day, and burial
wlll be in the Actors' plot in Evergreen
CHARLES L. 8TIX.
Charles Li Stlx, a real estate broker
and a member of the flrm of I-oula Stlx
& Co., No. 877 Broadway. died at his
home, No. 2t? Weat 100th street, Monday.
He was tifty-nlne years oid, and came
to this clty from Clnclnnatl when he
was fourteen yeara old. He was thfl BOfl
Of Louis Stlx. of Clnclnnati. He leaves
a wlfo and two daughters, Mra: Paul Op
penheim and Mrs. Benjamln L. Phlllipe.
The funeral wlll be held to-day. It will
he private. and the burial wUl ba at
EDWARD A. SKINNER.
Weatfield. N. Y., Dec. 3.?News was re?
celved hore to-nlght of the death of Ed
ward A. Sklnner, of Weatfield, at hla
winter home ln 8t. Peteraburg, Fla. Mr.
Skinuer was prealdent of the National
Bank of Westfleld, and for the laat thlrty
yeara aupreme treaaurer of the Royal
e ' ?
THOMA8 K* CREE.
I IfllllllflflfllI Penn.. Dec. 3.? Thomas
K. Cree. one of the veteran eecretarlea
of the Internatlonal Commlttee of Young
Men's Chrlatlan Aaaoclatlona, and for
more than thlrty-flve yeara an actlve
member of Ita ataff. died here to-Oay.
Prevlous to taklng the offlce of interna?
tlonal secretary. he was general secretary
ln 1869 and 1870 of the Plttsburgh aasocia
tlon and aerved also as chalrman of tho
Perwsylvanla atate commlttee.
DR. ELY BRACKETT, for many yeara
a member of the faculty of Howard Fnl
versity and a well known practltloner, la
dead in Washington, after an illncsa
lafltlng six yeara. He was a natlve of
Rochester, Ind., and was slxty-slx yeara
KRN.ST EM1L JULIUS FERDINAKD
HKXAMKR. a clvll englneer of intenm
tional prominence, died at his home iti
Philadelphia yesterday, after a brief ill
ness. He was elghty-flve years old. Mr.
Hexamer was the orlRin ttor of the aya
tem of clty flre mas's whleh is ln u*-- by
bnraranoe companles ull over the world.
BA*~^N OR1FFIN v the american
Kue rt., li-iri, lan*. Francs, on T'ic?Oa>.
December 8, Wentworth Ouger Baron to
Katherlns Joy, daughter of thi lat* Thomae
g OrUBa, of Detrolt, attek.
Notlcea of marriage-, nnd rieaths mnat be
arcompanied by full name and address.
gglae, OtH R Peacoch.1 -muel S
Duane. .lamc* II I - I. "o?< phtm "_?
Elllott, Uenrv 11. Roaa in, Lei Clng
Haneman. H?v A J Hnyder. Jarnee r,
Kenyon, Rebeece R T. Sto. ton, Sarab R.
Klrnher. R- v roa s -. rena lf
Mundeleln, Marle L. s John ti
BOI-JE?C- Monday, Dec* bc '-'? 1812. Or??
Bardweii. In hi* ?Sth year. Funeral B*r*?_e
from bla Ut** resldence, No. joa Weg* l -eritB
lln Bt.. Baltlmore, Ml., ou wedm-a iy. P)
eaaaWr 4. at - p- aa.
DUANE On December '-'. after s Biiort I rries*".
nt hig wMen-e. N-. -; U'-*-?
Mu- Duane, in l; '-. Funeral s*r ?
vlcea ul'l '"* hnld at Zton an-l Pt. Tlmotm ?*
ri.ur b, Ifeet BTUl ' . ? r. Tl. ir* lav i ori.lot.
Pa-oeint-r ,".. at 0 0 o'''?? ?? ' ??>?'
EM.loTT Al Engl ?* ?- V '? Sun-ajr, De
oamber I, BU. Henry Hul Elllott, l-telji of
[rvlngton. N. V. In hb Mth year. F-iTW-n
at 81 Paut's n I, Tueedar.
D cember J, on nrrtval nf Kri- Tt Tt. traln
leaving -3 1 st. ferry t 3 -" P. '" lnt?-m?nt
at Gullford, Conn., Wednesday. Pecembar 4.
on arrlval nf 9.15 *? >"? traln from Grei I
HAGEMAN At Romervtlle, N. .1.. r)ee?n.b*r .";
lou*. the 1 ,: yt*_! ??'
rean Funeral ' ? ' r."*'-rni?i
Church. at Somervllle, N t , ..n Tli'irwiay.
tl a 5th, at 2:30 o'< lo ;.. Friends of tht fai.. ?
llji mr baraiti i lo
KSKTOM On tbe ataai *'? itl, ?t
?. a, Kovemb* r 27, R. ? ' '*? " ??__*>.
wlfe of Robert N Kenyon Funeral e-fane*
on Prlday, _aacember 6 il 10 a m., at her
__te raawnea. No ? - l I ' i
KIMBFR Suddenly, on D< f-nilvr ::. at iiis tat<a
resldence. No. .'? C.rainer y I'-rt.. thr Rev.
Joetaoa Kin ber. for foi - ? - "?
turv of th? ' ? ? M ?-:o_*r4*
p |?ty. In tl ? 77th - ? ir of I.i- ? 1 "
neral eervloes Bt Calva?-y Churel I om-tl
ai ! 21st st., on i i : !>. et
10 o elocB
laTNDELEIN -<" ' eniber 1. J_>1_,
Mari . I. ul M m I" I. ' . ? 've<l rtattKbter
of Mis Joaepb Eni a - I ? ? r. -
No 41** TompklriB p":ineraa
oti *aV?kdncaday, Dawnbcr 4. .' 9 SO a. W .
from tbe Church of Oir l.-i.lv of \ lttot>.
Threop eve. and M. DonouKh *.t. lntermen
.it . '.i.v irv
wMACi "K Oa ^rondav. December 2. 1.12.
Lemuel S I'eacock Funeral *t > ?'
hl*. late n-si.!.?!.? . . West Caldwell, N; J., at
;; p m.. HVedn-.'sday, December 4 Inter
ment Thursdny mornlnr ln Mount P!?asant_
Ceanetery, Neara^fe, tt. J.
PRENTZKr.?On December 2. 1912, sfter a.
short Ulnesa. Joeephlne Estelle, ?if? ot.
Ceorge PrentteL Funeral eenirea st her
late resldence. No r.60 Rainhndg- |t,.
Brooklyn, Wednesday evenlug at 8 u'riack.
ROWAN?On Monday. Peeember 2. 101-. tn
Brookl Funeral *?*?'
We.ln-sday morning, December 4. _t 10
SNYPKl: B Idenly. on P-eember 2, _Ma
i p. 8 ' "' ?'?r**
i- s- - , ? " Funeral si rvleea on .
We,ine._iav evening b I o iloeli .<* aaaaV
donce ef his ilaughter. Mrs. Kd-arri C..
Dlzon No 18?0 East 13th st., Urooklyn.
at 3 o'clock.
TOMKI.VS-?.t her resldence. Ne. 2ft.l Van
Buren Bt., Hrook!-n. S Y.. Peeember 3. MBBJ
Jsne Harrlaon Tomklns. e!de?t daughKn* ?l
the late Fli.v.1 W. and Eltz^ Punham Tom
klns. Funeral aarrtce at tlie b.,u*e. Thura
day afternoon at 4 o'elock. Int-rment et
Chester. N. J.. on Friday.
VAN PE WATER -On Sundav, Per-mbef" t.
1012. .lohn *'arpenter Van l>e Water. of Ne.
.4f> Broadwav, Fluyhlnf, N. Y., aged 4?
yoers Funeral servl.-e at St. Ca*>orire'?
Church, Flushlng. N. Y.. on W*.lnesday, De_
eember 4. at 1 o'elock It Ib r?n,ii?Bted thaV
no flowers be Bent. Mlnneapolls and
papers please copy.
THE HOOD1.AWN < EMETFRT.
232d St. By Hnrlem Traln and bv Troller.
Offlce. 2o Ksst 23d St.. N. T.
rr:wK E. campbki.i.. 211-3 w?at
8t Chapele. Prlrate Rooms. Private '
lancss. Tel. 1324 I'heiBsa
MAIN OFFICE?No. lf.4 Nassan street.
UI'TOWN OFFICE?No. 1364 Broad*-_r.50IJ
any American District Telegraph ufflre.
HMll.-M OFHCKS- No. 157 Eaat 12Mb.
etreet. No. 2?3 West 125th strest and Na, j
_18 West 123tb strset.