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EfflRT TO SAVE ffll
COST FATHER'S LIFE
Mellville B. Mendell Re-entered
Blazing House After He
Aided Wife to Safety.
TWO OVERCOME BY SMOKE
Bodies of Victims Found Few
Feet from Each Other After
Second Tragic Fire in House
at Woodside, L. I.
MiIvHIp R Mendell. forty years old. a
lawyer. lost his life in n valn effort tn
savc his dauchtcr. Liliiaa Mendell, fotir
|OOa yrnis old, who was cut ofT from
aaeapa from their blazing home, No. 12
f.r.y Ptropt. Woodside, l.ong Island,
eaiiy yesterday morninu. Whao the flre
men Kot Into the building tliey found
the body af the giri in the urp^r hall.
Apparently she had been groping for
The body of the father was dlscovered
ln the parlor, Just olt the hall. covered
by a heap of plasterintr that had falleh
from the celling. Bllnded by the amoke
nnd llme dust. lt waa evident they had
passed each other.
Two year8 ago, Mre. John Kelly, wife
of the owner of the house. was burned
to death there, when her clothes caupht
flre from a kltchen stove. Mr. Keily. who
llved on the lower floor wlth his two
chlldren. waa the flrst to dlseover the
flre yesterday. and he aroused the Mt n
della. Hia Bon. Peter Kelly. aaatataai
foreman of Hook and Ladder Company
No. 8, of Woodside, sent a man half a
mlle to turn ln an alarm. Tho flrebox
nearby was out of order, it waa said.
The flre atarted on the lower floor, so
that the upper part of the house was
qulckly fllled with smoke. Mra Mendell
falnted. and belleving his children would
follow him. Mendell carrled his wlfe to a
place of Bafety. Then the father rushed
back to the blazing house. An efTort was
made to restraln him, but he bnished
aside those who opposed him and ran up
Apprlsed of her husband'a and daugh
ter'a death, Mra. Mendell waa carried
Into the home of Mra. HofTman, a nelgh?
bor, where ahe was cared for. Later ln
the day. wlth her son. Melville, she waa
taken to the home of her mother. Mrs.
Hasaemer, at No. M East WtB Btreet,
Tlie damage to the building was about
13.000. The flre ls aupposed to have been
caused by mlce nibbling matches.
Volunteer companies fctill do duty ln this
section of Queens. and lt ls reported that
the flre alarm eystera waa out of order,
so that the nearest box to the burning
building did not work. It ls also reported
that a flro plug near the house waa out
,.f order. As a result the Wlnfleld volun?
teer tiremen had to make connections
wlth ani.ther hydrant, three blootfa away.
Mr. M?-nd'-ll had a law offlce at No. 3
I'eekman street, Manhattan. He waa
Biaduat.d from the Kansas State Unlvtr
Btt*# and from Yale and was a member
of the Yale football teams for lb33 and
HN. He was promlnent ln the Masonio
order and waa a membed of the Knighta
ef Pythias. the Royal Arcanum and the
Knighta of Khceaaaea,_
PRISONER SHOT, IS DYING
Patrolman Says Revolver Was
FredeHck Calluria, of No. 818 East U?th
Btreet, waa Bhot and wounded. probably
fatally, by Patrolman Henry J. Withua
yesterday morning. Calluria, who had
got into a flght at 112tb street and Flrst
avenue, waa arrested hy Withua. but aix
of the priaoner'a friends felled the pollce
man to the gldewalk and Calluria escaped.
Wlthus gave chase, caught his man and
in the struggle that followed his revolver
waa discharged, Calluria fell with a bul
let close to hia heart. He was taken to
the atatlon ln a patrol waKon, booked on
a charge of aaaault and then hurrled to
the Harlem HospitaL Augustine Mattea.
who refuseg to glve hlfl addreaa, waa
later arreated on the charge of aldlng a
prisoner to escape.
STICKS to chtnuse loan
A. Wendell Jackson Says Demands of
Syndicates Are Unfair.
A. Wendell Jackaon, the American who
put through the $60,000,000 Independent
Chlnese loan, aald yesterday that he had
not wlthdrawn from the Chlnese loan op
"The Chlneae government will never ac
eaaal a loan from the aix natlon ayndlcates
upon the unnecessary and unreasonable
terma lnelated upon." he sald. "and lt Ib
my opinlon that these governmenta are
actlng in a harsh and unfriendly tnanner
toward the Chlnese government ln aup
portlng the exorbltant deraanda of the
a.vndlcatea ln partlcular, the Unlted
Rtates government ls Bacriflclng great
commerclal benetita by Its attitude In
barklng the attempted flnanclal monop
oly Thia country had nothlng to gain
ln the evnt of the aucceas of the goverri
ment'a poliry but the 111 will of tbe
Chlnese people and the doubtful prlvllege
of playing slxth flddle tn the orchestra of
ii wm aOM
DoctOTf "duck" pving advice
iboat cmtching Cold, actording to
Medical Review of Reviews.
lf vnti will live in moderation,
BOt stuflf or drink too much; wear
gaitable clothing, no low shoes
and silk Btockingg in winter.
Take aniple exercise in the open
,-tir: gleep in a propcrlv ventilated
room and keep "Seventy-seven"
handy?taking a dose at the first
chill or shiver. you will sddom
If you wait until you beglfl to
rough and gfieezc it niay take
nall vial oi plcasant pellets,
lits the vest pocket. At your
J)ruggist 25c. or tuailed.
_umphra>4f Homeo. Medlclne Cr... 166 Wlll
?wmhi- New Y_rJ_?Advartiaemant,
______________ an Extraordinary Offcring of
Women's Taiiored Suits
in the most seasonable styles and materials,
At Specia.ly Reduced Prices
TaHored Su.ts, eight distinct styles, $14*^0
trimmed with velvet, ?*
Valnes ranging up to $45.00
TaHored Suits, drcssy models,
including noveltv fabrics, ?ao e-fer "?__: AA
c,,onSe and velvets, at $ 18.75, 25.00
Values ranging up to $65.00
including high eost model gowns, c-_tikA KK Af)
many fur trimmed, at 9M.DV9 DD.VU
Values ranging up to $0.5.00
Women's Coats, of Imported
Velour and Brocaded Velvet, -^. ? 39 5.1
including fur trimmed styles, at *a1U?Oi 34.VV
Values ranging up to $69.50
Women's Coats, of high class ulster materials,
three-quarter and full length, bound with
braid and fur-trimmed, lined $11 EA H G|A
throughout and unlined, at *11.3U, ? J ?W
Values ranging up to $39.75
Rain Coats, of single and double
tcxture materials, very appropriate ?, -r q cf)
for Iloliday Presents, at O.JO. V-DU
Values ranging up to $17.50
Novelly, Plain and Black Silks
To-morrow, Several Thousand Yards of the seasons
most desirable weaves and styles arranged in
Waist and Dress Lengths, will be offered
At Greatly Reduced Prices
oi ^cr-c?: Cheviots, Velours. Zibdines, Broaddoth* Mohairs,
lknriettas, Fancy Weaves, Mixcd Suitin^s and Silk and
Wool Materials in colors and black,
at $2.95, 3.50, 3.75, 4.25 to 12.50
COTTON DRESS PATTERNS
comprising Percales, Dimities, Ginghams, Voilc and Xovelty CottOO
and Silk and Cotton Materials, ncatly boxcd. including
Waist Patterns, at 50c, 75c. 95c to 1.95
Dress Patterns, M $1-00, 3.25, 1.50 to 6.50
West 23d and 22d Streets
Central Figure at Reception by
Family of Her Fiance.
MANY PROMINENT GUESTS
Miss Esther Cleveland, Once
"White House Baby," Shares
Attention with Mother.
.South Orange, H. J. D?e. ".?Mrs.
Grover Cleveland was the central flgtire
this aftemoon at a reception from 4 to 6
o'clock by relatlven of her flance, Pro
fesi-or Thomaa J- Preston, Jr. Mra.
Thomaa J>x Preston, mother of Profc-ssor
Preston, and hls sIMers, Mrs. John Jewell
Hoppln and Mrs. Florence Prewton Jones,
were hOBtesHea. They were aaalsted ln
recelving by Mrs. John Grler Hlbben,
wlfe of th? president of Princeton I'nl
Othara who omaaiaA iii recelving wre
Mr?. Henry _D> Perritie, mother of Mrs.
Cleveland; Mrs. Alfn-.l H. Bralnard, Mra.
Frank Vanderpo-I. Mis. John Gardtier
Gotild. Mih. Jay Ten Eyck. Mrs. Farley
Osgood. Mrs. F. Arnold I-'Hommedleu,
Mrs. Charlea C. Forbes, Mrs. Graham
S'-ott, Mra. Frederick II. flmtth, 8d. Mrs.
William D. Glbby, MIbb Helen Smith and
Miss Frances Foote.
Among th* promlnent guests wer?
Mish Ksther Cleveland, daughter of Mr*.
Cleveland, once known as the "White
Houso Baby;" PreHldent Hlbben. Profes
s-or and Mra. Allan Marquand, former
Mayor George B. McClellan, of New Y"rk.
and Mrs. McClellan and Howard CroHhy
Butler, of Princeton; Profesaor Walter
Jones. of Johns Hopklns Unlverslty, and
Mra Jones; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Meath.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I__rkln, Mlss Ida R.
CoaUararorth and Mlss Coatsworth, of Buf
Calo; I 'ongressman John D. Andrus, of
Toaakaarsj Mr. and Mra. Danlel Barber, of
Philadelphla; Benator und Mrs. Fred L,
Davenport, of Clinton. N. Y.; R. W. Bro
kaw, Danlel D. Rankin and Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. PatterBon, of WHmlngton. Del.; Mr.
and Mra. George H. Macy, Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Chamberlin. Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Dewart, Mr. and Mra. Thoma-i H.
Wheeler and Juatlce and Mra. lHaac
Franklin Rntwell. of New York.
'ittier RUt-wts were Mr. and Mrs. Ixiwell
M. Palmer and MIbs Ethel Palmer, of
Hronklyn; ttM Rev. Dr. William Force
Whitak. r, <.f Kllzabeth; John A. Ht-rratt.
Of Washington, Vlce-Chanceilor and Mr*.
Jam?s W. Howell. former Poatmaster
Jamea U Havs, former Judge an<l Mra.
Jay Taa Eyck. former Judge Thomaa L.
Uaymond, Mr. and Mra. K. Krle Moody,
Ifr. and Mrs. J. Harry Smith, and Mr.
and Mra. George I). Smith. of Newark.
There were also a number of gueats
from the OranKea, among whom w.-r??
noted Mr. and Mra. Arthur B. Laoab, Mr.
and Mra. Wilson Farrand. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew S. March, the WaBBa March, Mr.
and Mrs. Wllliam li. Gould. Mr. and Mrs
IVlward D. Durtleld. Ur. and Mrs. T.
O'Conor Sloane, wljote aon ls to be mar?
ried to Mlas Madeblne F.dleon; Mr. and
Mra. Solomon H. Howe and Mr. and Mr*..
Thomaa D. Webb.
WILLIAMS' SEN10R HONORS
Members of '13 Elect Their
Olass Day Officers.
fBy Telegrarh to The Tribune. J
Williamstown, Maas.. Dec. 7. -Itichard
Vaughan Lewis. Jr.. of Irvington. N. Y.,
was elected claaa day presldent by the
members of '13 at Willlams College to
day. Thls la ronaldered tlie highest honor
whieh can be bestowed by any class.
I.ewls ls captain of the baseball team.
quarterback on the football eleven, ex
nieniher of the 'varsity basketball team.
presldent of '13, Junlor year. and a mem?
ber of the-aenlor honorary soclety. Gar
Other class day offlcers were atOCfai as
Phllip B. Hevwood, of Worcester, and
John G. Prlndle, of Williamstown. niar
shalfl; F.dward L. Freemaii, of Critral
Falla R i. BHtaajr M. IflenaaL of Muf
falo; Jerome F. 1'age. of Batavfa; AJlea
M Bchauffner, of Hlghland Park, 111.,
nnd Frederick A. VietOT, of New Y<ik
City, nenbera of the clasa day com?
mittee; Ollver W. Toll. of l?-nv.T, claaa
poet; Charlea & Hart. of Buffalo. Ivy
poati Hwight C. Pltcher. of Utlca, claaa
orator; Henry C. Hotehklas, of New
York City, Ivy orator; Willlam ML Troy,
of Williamstown, orator to the lower
.lasses; ('alvln P. Vary, of Newark,
M V plpe orator: A.itiley W. Dlekln
Hon, of Ouluth, library orator: Henry
\\ Banks, M, ol New York dty, per
inarieiit seerctary; Frank P. Abbott. of
lOoehen, Ind., < lass prophet; Henry Dear
, iHirn, of Kye, N. Y.. prophet on prophit;
' .lohn li. Glhson, of Waterloo, N. Y. e,ll
I tor of the clasa book; Cheater M. Jone?,
of Newton Pentre, Maas., managlng edl
tor of the clasa book; Merrltt H. Smith,
of New York City, hlstorlan.
John D. Campbell, of WUIiamatown;
Francls S. Mygatt. of New York City,
and Kdward H. Wllliama. 3d, of Wood
Htoek, Vt., were elected membera of the
TO ACCEPT LINCOLN FARM
Bill to Permit Government to
Take Over Old Homestead.
Waahlngton, Dec. 7.?A blll authorlalng
tlie government to take over the farm and
homestead ln Kentucky where Abraham
I.lncoln was born was lntroduced ln the
House to-day by RepreaentaUve Johnson.
The blll would allow the government to
aciept the memorial aa a glft from the
Llncoln Farm Assoclation and create an
endowment fund of $60,000 for the maln
tenance of the farrn aa a natlonal reser
are showlng in all their departments exceptlonally large assortments of the most desirable
merchandise specially appropriate for Holiday Gifts and marked at Unusuaiiy
Attractive Prices. An early selection is advlsable as many of
the articles cannot be duplicated later in the season.
Objects of Art and Brlc-a-Brac
including manv pieces of exceptional artistic merit in Bronze and
Marble Statiiettes, Busts and Groups, Porcelam Vasesm large
si/es Clocks and Clock Sets. Small Bronzes, Dutch
Silver, Limopes Enamels in frames, Miniatures
and fewel Boxes, Electroliers, including styles
for Desks, Bondoirs and Dining Rooms.
French and Austrian Glass Vases, Engraved Crystal, Richly Cut
Glass, Handsomelv Decoratcd English and L.rno&es China,
Imported and Domestic Lamp and Candle Shades.
Also for To-morrow, a number of
Imported Marble Figures and Busts,
in attractive subjects, at *12.50, 16.00, 27.50
Formerly $17.50, 22.50 and 39.50
Imported French Art Bronze
Fim.red Electric Lamps, at $8.00, 9.75, 14.50
Formerlv ,10.95, 13.00 and 19.50
Tall Gilt Wood Electric Lamps,
with sixteen inch silk shade, trimmed
with gold braid and silk fringe, Formerly $18.00. at $ 10.75
. Pholograph Frames
An extensive collection of Imported Bronze, Leather, Carved Wood.
Mahoganv and French Gilt Frames, also Sterling Silver,
plain, engraved and etched, in all sizes.
For To-morrow, Another Special Oft'ering of
Sterling Silver Frames,
Oval and Square, seven hy nine $"5 Qg
inches, with plain, broad band, FormrHv __
Oval, plain, nine by eleven and
a half inches, with broad band,
Formerly $5.50, a
Formerly $7.50, at 0.25
14 Karat Gold Xovelties, many set with diamonds,
Mesh Bags, Puraee, Coin Holders, Vanity Cases, Puff Boxes, Lip
Salve and Cigarettc Cases, Cigar Cuttcrs and Lighters,
Mcn's Card Cascs, Knives and Fencils.
riatimim Jewelry. Diamond Mountcd.
elets, Peadants, Santoirs, Bar Pins, Men'a Dress Sets and
Theatre Ornanients in Hrplica Diamond Mountings.
Pearl Collare, Pearl Sautoirs, Bandeaax, Hair Pins, Barrettei and
Jewelled Lorgnette Chains.
Desirable Values for flonday
Mens 14 Kt. Cold RingS,
with rc.il amethysts, topaz an<l garnets, also
unique Intaglio Ringa, of Jasper, Sardonyx, _._ _. 0.ftft
Green and White Cornelian, ?l Sj0.00to8->.UU
Heal C'oral Xecklaces.
light pink graduated beada, with
gold clasps, chttdreto'e aize, atS_.50, 4.50, 6.00, ID.UO
French Peari Collars,
trn lOW? with silver jewelled inotii's and bar. al 25.00
Eveninfc Bags, Opera Glasses and Fans,
UmforeflJas and Parasols
with choice mountings, also separate handles of Jeweled
Crystal, Topaz, Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Jade,
Garnets and Damascus Steel.
Also for To-morrow, Monday.
Men's and Women's Twiiled Silk Umbrellas,
with sterling silver, gun metal. J* Q^
mission and natural wood handles, Actual Value $3.00, a ?v-'
with choice handles of etched sterling silver, <j o e
buckhorn and novelty efTects, Actual Value $4.50, at **GO
with extra long engraved sterling silver. $1 75 1 O^l
buckhorn and ivory handles, at *?.^> *?*&
Values $6.75 to 7.50
Folding Umbrellas, with handles of etched sterling silver. ^ o p
buckhorn and mission wood, decorated with sterling silver, %9a%9B
Actual Value $5.00
Arranged in Attractive Boxes for Holiday Gifts
Linen Hemstitched, PerBoxofSix 50c, 75ct 1.00
Linen Embroidered Initial, PerBoxofSix 70c, 1.25, 1.50
assorted patterns, PerBoxofSix 75c, 1.35, 2.00, 2.75
I land Embroidered and Lace Trimmed
Linen HandkerchJefs, in boxes, Each 50c, 75c, 95c
Sheer Linen Madeira Handkerchiefs,
hand scalloped with embroidered corners, E-C" 35c
Linen Initial Handkerchiefs. Box of Six 95c, 1.35, 1.80
Linen Initial, in tape effects, Box of Six 1.35, 2.90
Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, RoxofDoz. 1.95,2.50
Sheer Linen, with tape border. Per Dozen 1,75
,n white and colors, Box of Three \ 5c, 25c
in picture boxes. Box of Six 75c
French Even ing Btgt,
in new oblonf shapes, of Chiffon V clvet,
in delicatc shades, steel stndded, with long
steel fringe and graccful chain handles,
Lemaire Opera (ilasses,
Oriental or White Pearl.
at M.15, 4.50, 5.50
' 8.00, 8.75, 9.50
new shape. of silver r.r gold etatninc, spangled.
with gold <?r iilvei lace eilge and inlaid bone sticks,
Art Needlework Sections
Large assortments are being shown of Leather Mats and PtUows,
Leather-lined Waste Baskets, Lingerie Cushions, Chine>e Scarff
and Squares, Velour and Tapestry Pillows, Glass Covered Mats
of Tapestry with Gold Galloon Trimming, Hanging Cushton \
Candy Jars. exclusive Chine^e Embroidered Baskets.
Also Special Values in
English Satin-lined Work Baskets,
in a variety of straws and colors, at 95c, 1.25, 2.75
Dressed Pin Cushion Dolls, at $2.25, 3.25, 4.25
Gold Festooned -JiiflS
Wicker Waste Baskets, at $2.25, 3.25, 5.75
with glass covered French print bottoms. 25c, 35c, 45Ct o5C
with glass covered French print tops, 50c, 65c, 85c, 1.00
Embroidered Scarfs, at $-.85, 2.00, 2.50
Embroidered Squares, at 1*50, 1.85,2.50
West Twenty-third and Twenty-second Streets
NEW YORK ARTIST WINNER
Childe Hassam Takes First
Prize in Washington.
araaMagtea, Dog, ~>-'n"' llM ul ,l*VK",*,
lor the fotirth cxhlbltion of lontemporarv
gmoricaa oii palaHaaa at tba Oarooraa
Art Gallery was made public to-<lay. The
W. A. t'lnrk prl7.es tAerc auaid. .1 M fol
First, UM oatf UM ''yr-i,n goW
medal, to (*hllda.Haooain. ol New ro ...
f?r hia palaUag, "ihe New ^.rk v\in
aecoag HJal aad the Coreeran aUvar
medalI. to Danlal Garher. of Philadelphia.
for his D?IntiDS, "Wtbleiiiesa.
f0T.,ir.i.,|i.rt) aad the Corooran ototm
medul. to Gardner Pyjnons. ^.^Ju'
tor his palntlng, "Ibe Br.-iiklni; of JM
RFo,'irt,h0V'W an.l tbe (Mrroraii li.morable
mentlon eartlflcata, to < art J. Norde , ;;r
Boeton. r<>r hia palntlag, '*f*naaaa rfac
The awards were BBBda bf a lury 000*
pose.l Of Garl MafcfcOTO, WHinar. Ot
many chairman; Hen Fosler. New Vork;
W Klmer Scl.olleld, New York; Frank
W. lu nson, Kalem. Mus*.. BBd BtohOld
m Brooke, Waaalagtoa
Preeldent Taft will atteiid I prlvale
vlew of the exhlbltlon on Daooaibar a>
lt will be opened to the public the follow?
lng day and contlnue untll January _*
DEOREE FOR DENTISTS WIFE
Court Awarda Mra. F. L. Fossume
$2,400 a Year Alimony.
Justiee Qerard algned an Interlocutory
decree of dlvorce yeaterday ln the ault
brought by Mra. Anna I*. Fossume against
her husband. Dr. Flnls L. Fossume, a
dentlat at No. 61* Madison avenue. The
court awarded the wlfe $2,400 % year ali?
The couple were married In 1908. The
papers ln the case tell about Dr. Fos
aume'a belng "shadowed" to the New
York Athletlc Club and then to the Wal
dorf-Astorla, where he met a woman wlth
whom be went over to Hoboken.
SOME DIRECTORY IS THIS
Columbia's Official Record Con
tains Many Peculiar Names.
roiiimbla's ofllclal etudent dlrectory.
whieh wax publlshcd yesterday, contalna
x,'.>44 oaaaaOb a thousand more than haa
ever been llated before. There are, tn ad
il'tion. the names of 961 ofilcera and ln
Tbe Smith family, accordlng to tha
book. pied,.mlnateM, with a representar
tlon of .,?', There are 2K Browna. 22 Tay
l.iis, and th" aaaM number of Wllsous.
The MIHeiH bave co llsted and the Jonesea
16. The Halls and I<evya have 15 oach.
There are 80080 nueer combinations of
name* In tbe catalogue. There la a Letrd,
a Fope, half a doaen Blahopa, two
Charehaa, and a Hexton, not to mentlon
a Zlon and a I'ray. There are sevaral
Kants and Wests and Northa and Bouths.
There are ?lx Hrooks, two Fords, and one
BHdga aad there are several Fields und
a l.aiie, and ten Wooda.
There are a couple of BirdB, and on one
paga appear a Swan, a Bwallow and a
Stork. There ls a Mlner and a couple of
Golds and Hilvers, together wlth one
liiainoini and a i'earl. There are a Klah
and two Ishers, and a Carp, a PIck-rel
and a Ptka. Then there are Hwift and
OOOgapaod, aml French, Irish, English
and l??-utscli. There are a Froat. a Oale
and a Storm, aud a Urlef and a Joy and
a MiirT. Then there are Hill, Dale, Mead
and I'ark, not to montlon three Moona,
two StarB, two Suns, a Ray. a l.iglir, a
Day and a Lttt
There aro three Tallmana, one Tldyman
and a TIght. Wheat and Rice are mlxed
up wlth Fllnt and Blueatone, and there
Is one Frankfurter; also a Ham and a
Bacon. There aro elghteen Whitea, two
Blacks. some Grays, Oreens, Bluea,
Browns and one Flnk.
Great men are also repreaented at Co?
lumbla. Of tho Presidenta of the I'nlted
States all but six have their namea on
'the Hat. Washlngton leada off. wlth W11
aon at tbe end. but Polk. Flllinona, Madi
son, Garfleld and Arthur are all abaent.
Rooaevelt aomehow eame to be left out,
but there la a Kosenfeld.
There Is a House, wlth a Roome, Hall,
Statr and Kltchen, provlded wlth a (ook
and a HuUer. The noblllty have chosen
Columbla. for Klngs, Princeo, Dukea.
Barona. Earlea and Knlghta appear cn
the roll. There they mlngle deraocrattcal
ly wlth a Mechanlu. a Sailer. some Bak
ers, two Barbers, MlllerB. Weavers and
Ceopara, There ls a menagerle. too. wlth
a Hear, a Fox, a Wolf. some L.yona,
Hares and Bulls. Among the blrda there
are three Cranea, two Crows. a Robln,
a llawk. a Kite and a Henne. To pro?
vlde bad weather there are a Snow, Hale
and Raines. There are a Dmm and a
Horn and a Kodak. and laat. but not
leaat. there are four Brewers, a Braw
and two Beera.
CAME TO SEE COL GRACIE
Titanic Survivor Learns of
Friend's Death on Landing.
R. W. Danlel. who Jumped from tlie
etern uf the Tltanlc aa the great Whlta
Star llner plunged to the bottom on the
morning of Aprll 16 laat, arrlved here
from I.lverpool ln excellent health and
splrlts on the ateamahlp Cedric
He and the late Colonel Gracle were
the last Burvlvors to leave the Tltanlc
They drlfted together In the Icy waters
of the Atlantlc unUl plcked up, and both
had becorae fast frlend* when the
Cunarder Carpathla landed them aafely
ln thla city leaa than eight montha ago.
Mr. Danlel did aot care to recall hia ex
perlenc* on the Tltanlc, but when tha
subject waa mentloned he aald that the
hardshlpa endured by those aurvivora
who did not leave the vessel ln llfeboata
certalnly muat have Injured them physl
cally ln aome way and curtalled their
terms of life.
He aald he would remaln ln thla city
for a few daya to see hia frlend aad fej
low eurvivor Cole_ol Gracle.
"I auppoae you don't know about
oonrxsziroB iw o?nani.r is ?*?
HAWCED ?T d-JBA-f CLOTKBS.
Kecps clothefi clean. Takee ___**)
lnk. puiiu. tavr. lodine. greauM apo'e Mi
^?SMr_taln?. to STAY Ol T. poee>g
Leave a ning. NON-INFLAMMABLr
THE 0SP0T0 COh New Canaan, Cow.
soM by Htero Brother. ud t^odingVnt
Klata aad Pry troodn Morr? (.anT.llj.
Colonel Gracie," naid a reporter. "Know
about him?" echoed Mr. Danlel*. ?
have a letter here from him aekins me to
bo eure and ?*a him on my return from
Kngland. 1 ahall get up to e-ee him to
-He ls dead." said the reportar. ??
dled on Wedneeday." ,
Mr Danlel waa overcome with ?rlet ?
his oheery attltude changed to one ?
nillllir Thereafter he decllned tu t?
of the Titanic dlsaater.
MIS3 JANIS, FLOWER OlKL
Other Stage Folk to Appear at Obri*
mas Fund Entertainment.
Arrangements for the CkMMf JJ
Soolety entertainment to he glven ?l **Tk
ry s to-morrow aftemoon were **n*~?
yesterday by FYederlek Towneend Maru
and the patroneaaea. (
The programme aparklea with some o
the beat talent of the ?P?__*""*3
matlo world and pleaalng nowW^??
the raudevlUe etaga. Mlaa In? cu^
?nd Mlaa Bleie Jaala. with otber *ctrew7'
will act as programme and flower 0M
while Chlng Llng Koo. the Ch.re?e m?
gtcian; Mlsa Marie Dreaaler, MUe. W00
Trentlnl and company. with Signor wm
tana Mnrola. Misa Jane Cowl and com?
pany. Ray Samuel*. the R""*1*"PJ
lalka Qulntet. wltb M. Vladirair P**??
loff. aolotat and Mlaa Hedwlg -*?*<*?*?
will be among tba tntertalnera