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WEBS MISS BUTLER
Ceremony in Madison Ave.
? Presbyterian^ Church
BISHOP BRENT WILL
SPEAK AT BILTMORE
Robert Cioclct to Entertain Motor
Touring Car Association on
s ?oH Rutler. elder daughter '
aj III ?-*"'1 ?*??"? WUMaia Allen Butler. ,
was married to Men'.and Dwlght. ?on . f
?ht R**- aad Mr* ?ankhn B, Dwight.
I v llaQtoan, N. J. yesterday afttri
aoon in tre Madison Avenue rre?b> terlan
Cfcarek The ?hur?-h was elaborately dec- !
erith i-aims, ?milax. terns, dog
? , arrie blossoms, and bunches of
? marked the pew? In the Batidle
Th* R*** Henry t?'.oane Coffin performed
yi? seremon?. Which was followed by a
lir?'; r*?'*'''?"?? ?*' tbe hen??? of Mr. and
Mr?, Butler. M Baal ~-?i st. wwi? the
faaftJ ***r** ^eing sealed there *s?i a
?nabtl pro*rram:rie of music, and Imme
antaly iwecadlng the wedding march
?raj legende, " compo.oerd by Mi*?
?*;ar. be Goode, pranlft, and dedicated to |
le, w?8 pla*
? id*, who ?aa given away by her !
kjther, wore n gewn of whit?? satin
trimm-*<3 ?aritti Did l*a*nilj" roe? point lace,
irt fain held at the top with a
arrea- of "range blOBOoea* The b'ldal
Till was of point desp'.ii lace, with a
l?er?Jir of reea point lare, and the bridal ?
? s??? of white lr.aer?.
M Tracy Butler, in corn-re
?.?>. '?"'IH, a~ted i.? h*r ?sinter ? maid of
pyOOT, ?nd th* bridesmaids were Mi??
; | ? \an Dyke, of IMncfm; Mis?
Mary Pan of Phltadalpkla* Mtae Halan
f riainfleld, N. J.? Mtss A'i^e
and Mlaa H, I'orothy Dennis of
?An. ?n.l Miss Dorothy 'ramp, sf
K?w *i ork. The i>v'i?sma!'i> were dreeeed
erdess frocks of white taffeta,
irith hat? of white straw lined ?*.ith deep
?? ?aun. trliataaei with nprpie?,
)i"" ' klelee and bluets and long, deep
rtnempaea w>? best man and th?
?sere I yman ?'. Puller, brother of
III adj. Kiati.-is R.
;*-- '.jfr- ? S.'.iinfrr? ?nd !?. R ,y K
H*?- " thtl c;\-. Ajtdrew Muarea, of
- ,^h:a. Beverly Ober, of Haltimnre,
i M M. Sehoonmaker. Jr.. of J'itts
A- g these at the eburctl ??ere Mr.?
Allen Butler, giandmother ot
I Mm. Charlai H Rut
!?? ?Vai iBaTton; Mr. and Mrs. How?
ard Rueaatl Butlei I Ftii ceten; Mr?.
G*erie T. Rutler and Mr. and M's H-nry
.' Phlladtlrhle: the ?lev, and Mr?
Frsr.kiin B. Dwiat.t, Mr. and Mr?. Krl
r :nd Dwight, Ms? .'-.l'a Dwlnht aivl
Ml and M*-s. Ijpwi? K. Hyde, of Main
V J.. Mr. and Mr?. Jose h B
a, of Morrlatowa; Mr. and Mt
fainuel S. Dennis. Mr. anil Mrs
P ?"ramp. Mr. and Mr?. Atwool I
<? * l,\rr..T. I Chr.?, Mr. and Mrs.
Parker Hand . Mi tad Mrs loba Haye
Hammond. Jameg W. Alexanler. Harris
Ir?- Stock, Mr, and Mrs. William l'urtl.?
?st. t;ie I(ev. and Mrs. Wilton
Mr aad Mrs. Harrlaoe WHUanta, Mr.
and Mrs Edward '?'? Adams, Mrs Charlea
me; n, Mr. and Ms Q 00*10 V.
i ? a Thoraaa Ea Yag,
U ' d Mn - irlee D. Heller, Mr. aad
" . d Mrs.
m ?? -i Carroll, Mi.?? Carama! Carroll,
i? r and Mra w Ultam Mtlllgan
Mr. and Ms It A C, Srnilli. tne
. Mra. w ill..un i'.
i m, M is? El ? ? Ketch mi. Mi s. Ai -
m, M re. Thomae Kb I
Mr. an?) Mi?. \V:li,.(-n i\ inesland Ma. \ .
M. and Mrs Re . ?; Maltland, Mr. and
I ? omaa 11 kaon, Mrs. Kiaie .a R.
l.?rkin. Mr. and Mra. Robort J H. Powel,
g I .latneH M. >? .-.o T.in r'.N-?, M : - Thom
ii n mt Talma?? and Mlaa Ulllaa Ta?
wight and his bride ?aiii sail Bat?
? in their ratain they will
.* ? ? ] ??: k
'? Henry ? alio?
W llham H. Taft Mlaa Anne
Mis? Juliana Chitting, Miss
T Roardmai . Mrs He: . -, m
Kiag'e Dewojr, Majo? General
: w o "i a ?? re Intoreated
In the met tn,a; of the National Comnut
W aids of the Na
h will be held to-night in the
r at the 1 tmore. The Rlghi
Rev. chai lee H, Breat will
? Hrent'a work In the Pbilipplnea
on and eo operation with the
? ? ced mu ii praia?
Un Charlee M Oelriehe has arrived in
te? n ?m I awpwi and is at the Hotel
I tor a fen d.i> s E\-< ios ernor
and Mr?. llorare White are airo at the
- i M-? George Barton French
have taken, poaeeaoaon -?f iiie F'ry e?Htaaje
'? Long Is.and, for th?
Mra. Charlea H Dlteon *? go
? son. ft, H.. rrsr'.y next month for
Moi r '?i Touring so.-iety win
?? annual spring run to-day, when
- vs -h the I c .esta, will mo
?-?r io Goahea, N. ?! . where thes win be
?Ota of t;e|.ert ??oeiet, who is a
Mr. Goelet Will ki\ ? a inte hecn
mol Itl and In the esenlng a
' ? it the Goehen
Mra rhiiip Uviagajleei will ge
r. Ml. next Wednesday for
Mr and Mr?. Dougtai 1,'idlow Elhman
taken poaaaealon of .Shore Acres,
rlaee at Norot"n, Conn., for the
? K. Jesup left lawn | ester
, ? ? c ,
-'"?? Etl ; ? ? ' ers M tin
UBle ?ere Mr? Penan. I.a**. Mr
' ? rrancM ll\de, Mi?? Para < ooper
Mi?? M ta War Hewitt, who Will
'he ?winmer In Rnglnnd; Mr. and
Irislrs Flair, and Mi?? Manon C.
daughtei of Mr. and Mr?. Kred
fr.rk Q, Rourne.
WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY.
ii- .^Tiia?, ^r m the tmerl aa Mveeen "f
? aletrnpolliar \i ...- -
xtiagieal isrw. \?? . ort
'"?? sdw ? apsselilen, Orand ctntrai
? -? in? ' -h. i oited f*'^*?? r?n
? Indu?11 ia' Relatletas, Citj
-- aatent ei?p?if?e pf -h? Nailon?:
r\g tV^noi pf ,h? rosing *s?in?n'?
chri?ti?ii AM'i'iatien, audlierium. 600
LeaiAfiga *?., ? p au. i
$450 FOR STEVENSON SET
Wilde Manuscript Brings $257
at Autograph Sale.
At tbe >e ond and final session of the
?aie iat the Anderson del lories yasterda:
of tbe .jume;. Behsi?vsrhorn collection of
hook? am) a.itograph? a ?et of the Kdln
burgb edition, tn Ihlrtj I WO vOtUSSSB, of
the works of Robert I.o-.jl?. Stevenson
brought the top price, s Johnson ga\ e
Ml for the set
Dr f;..?enhaeh. of Philadelphia. peld
$-7 for (wentv-four leave? of tie original
mar.usrru.t of Oscar Wild* a plsy "Vers.
or. Th* Nihilist? " p..t one of onl>
twenty g** copies, printed on Japan pa?
per, of "Th? Msstarplacas nf <*?nd," in
tWeaty railume?. ***, I/?? gave $JV?. and
be bought, for Huai, -The Fork^ of the
Dataware," b> Wsarer
Pw Btriehland'a "tie. cf the ajueens
of Knrl.-a>id.'? a royal edition, printed OS
"?pan paper. Mr. Lattes gave BMa The
total of the ?e??ion was H.l.V. to. snd ..f
the entire ssle t*t.jrf7 7S
JAPANESE EMPRESS BURIED
Four Clay Figures in Armor
Guard Last Resting Place.
Kyoto. May 28.- W,th ancient rite the
coffin containing the body of the late Em?
press Dowaesr Raruhe was placed to-day
In s grave at the imperial mauso.eum of
Monoyama. The burial place la near that
of Emperor Mutauhito. Many thousands
Of Japanese assembled and kne'.t In
pra\er during tbe ceremony.
Fulfilling Imperial tradition four clay
flsrures represcntlnK suardian warriors
were, buried with the coffin, one at each
corner. They are the epirits who wi.l
guard over the body of her majesty.
They wear armor and helmets, with
sword? in fur sheaths, quivers, bows and
arrows, and their feet are encased in
ttls shrine, with a roof thauhed
from the hark of the sacred hlnokl tree,
was placed over the grave.
FOR KAISER'S SON
Prince Oskar of Prussia to Wed
One of His Mother's
Maids of Honor.
rotsdam. May 2*. -The encasement of
Prince Oskar. fifth son of the t?erman
Empeser and Empress, to Countosa ina
Marie von Rassewitz-I./evetzoff. maid of
honor to the Kmpress, w a^ announced to
day. The prince was born July 27. 1is^.
M'-.rh comment is being arr.:i?eil by the
announcement ow?i-k to the fact that the
marriage Will be the first morganatic
; unlnrv whl'h has occurred in the Hoben.
BOllerS family since IRS",. In .1 ;ne of that
\?ar r-ince .Mbreflit of Prussia, brother
of Emperor Wllllim 1, then King of Prus?
sia, msjrlra Countess Rosalie von Ho-?
It is as?'imed that the Kmperor. who
consented to the rnR\gement. will confer
a his-her rank in the noMllty on the young
countess Hie malest T'a consent i? said
to have been granted OWtng to the lack of
an available ?ierrmn princess and to his
aversion to a foreign marriage for his son
The 'countess was born on January "f.
ROT father. 'Vaunt Charles von
Reese*111 T evelSOST. I? f'remler and Min?
ister of P*Oielfn Affair? of the grand
dm by cf M?. klcnburg-Srhwertn.
Tbe Kaiser has usually been stronely
opposed 'o meraanatlc marriages. Vet
there are two such marriages on record in
c?o?? ralatlonahlp to himself. Bassldos uiat
Of Prince Albert of Prussia, brother of the
Kaiser'? revered }?rpr. dfather, WSS that of
DuhS Christian Auenst, grandfather of
the pr?sent Kaiserin, who married Conn
t.^u LoulSS Paneekiold-Pamsoe. a member
Of II e "petty nobility." The Herman Fm
rress Is therefore the ersndehitd nt a
IS, of course, BaSthtna ,r> b* ??id
in opposition to the presen! match, save
tl si the bride is not of royal rank. That
mlifht count for something If the prime
t> . re the h< r apparent, or eras heir pre?
sumptive, or had an.- reasonable prospect
,,f . v?. b'.-is EUmmonsel to 'he throne.
Bui then ire at !?ast nine eood. healthy
i..v between him and that ronttnasBC)
ely, the cra.wn prlnos and his four
Prince Bltel Prederioh, Prim-.
Adalbert and Prince August William and
in those circumstsmess it would
seem that th? Kaiser 'ii.iv well afford to
let t)i? young man have his way.
MARS, RULES ISLAND
War Talk Forgotten in Man?u?
vres Gallant Before Annual
Thir.RS lor.ked anything but warlike
orar en Qosrsraor'S Island yesterday,
where officers Stood about directing squads
o| hi: sky yeuaa fighting m?n in the art
of decor-Hire the lawn/a with Halts on
strings. H.is of conversation between of?
ficers. 1 We. ".\dvance one step and two
to the M.ie." and 'No, the d.p <omes be
e side step." bespoke msaeoMTtee
gallant rather ?ban martial.
The answer is the annual garden party,
which tbe Army Pa lief Society gives to?
morrow nfternoon and evening.
The Secretary of V'ar and Ml*. Pindley
' M. Garrison have accepted Invitations,
Major General and Mrs I??onard Wood
are comitiK "Die Governor and Mrs
C.iimi and Mayor and Mrs Mita-hel and
SX.PrsSldonl and Mrs William H Taft
Will be pre.?? i i
Mrs Dental Lassest, with Mrs. r*h?iie?
f Rot!, prceJdsnt of the New York branch
of the Army Relief Society, and Mrs Kin
ley J Bbepard will receive the cuest.s.
Tickets at $1 eaah for tbe party are fie,
sale at the tiovernors Island ferry, or
mav be bad from Mrs. ""hartes F. floe,
n? East STth at ; Mrs. (diver B. Rridir
man. M Madison av . and Miss Harriet
M Ceator, m west nth at
Th? garden partv programma will in?
clude a miHtsry fo'irnament and bomb
throwlnfl from a hydro aoroptass in
rhsrfs of Majo? Theodore H. Bridantes
and Captain i B Hasleton, of the i??
riorlgleael Aere Bejuadres
1h? committee In chara-e of the dancing
includes Mrs OrlB ? MltCbSn?, Mrs
George K. DtrWmOy, Ml? A'bert K.
Truh>. Mrs William C i. annon. Mis. Al
i b?rt C,leia\?>. Miss Anna ?".leaves. Mr?
James R Mitchell. Mr? i'harles IT. Pat
? son, Mrs Ctwaaeey M Humphrey,
Mr? Pohert Allen end Mlas Katherine
Post Wheeler leit to Tokio.
Wasl sat?n, May M Prssld??at Wilson
to dav non '.listed I'osi Wheel, r |0 0*
secretary of the aiShSSSJ at Tokio. Mr
Wheeler was formerly at the embassy at
Rome end was recently ordered home.
John !.. < aldweP, of Port Scott, was'
nominated for Minister to Persia. |
JACOB A. RUS DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Called by Roosevelt "the
Most Useful Citizen in
BEGAN REAL CAREER
AS TRIBUNE REPORTER
Won His Way from Penmi ? t
migrant to Noted Author and
Harre, Mi?l May M -Jacob A. Rlls.
a ithor and ?oral worker, di*d at hi? sum?
mer home here to-day after a l.ugering
lllnesa. Mrs Mhs and a son ?ere with
Mr Rll? was brought here about two
weeks ago from a sanatorium nt Xatt!?
1 rerk, Mich . -where he had been a patient
for several montn?, taking treatment for
heart trouhle of |i ng standing. The Jour?
ney proved too gteat a strain and Mr. Mis
collapsed In an automobile while on his
way here. Ite rallied the next day, but
soon l.fjni? weak again. In the last few
days he grew worse rapidly.
Washington. May M - Theodore F.oose
relt. frir many year? an Intimate friend
of .Taroh Ttils. and his associate when the
former ?'resident was Police ''ommis
sloner of New York, was ?hocked upon
hi? arrival here to-day to learn of Mr
Rlis's death. He ?topped at the railroad
station to dictate to Mrs. Rtl? the follow?
' I ar-ri grieved more than I can express
I feel as If t had lost an own brother
Jake? friendship ha? meant more for me
thf.n 1 can ever say. ? mourn with you
ar.d wish I could say anything that would
he any comfort to sou."
Praised by Roosevelt.
'"When I was l'ol^e i ommlssloner of
New York,'' Mr Rooseselt added, ' t felt
that JaOOh Ril? was the most useful clti
7. ?il l?l New York In all the I'nited
Plates I never knew a more useful man
nor a stanrher citizen."
"The Making rf an Arnerl. qn" "?>? a
pood name for .facob Rns's autobiography,
for while h? was a tru? American, of
whom hi? countrymen mieht well he
proud, he was not ?o born, bill was ?o
mad* hy an experience which for ?trcmi
ostfs- |t would not he easy to surpass. A
penniless ami almost friendless immi?
grant, a coal miner in Penaej Ivania, a
brickyard hand in New- Jtrooy, a Journey?
man Carpenter at.d a r;."ro;*<l da;, lahorer
in New York Plat'-, a book p?-d>r and a
starving wanderer In the etretts of Man?
hattan were th* Items !n his record be?
f' re he found tha real door of opportunity
ic. Th? Tribune's otty department as a
Junior police reporter. It was In the per?
formance of his duties in that oapaoit
that he aVCqutred the Interest and the in?
formation which made the chief u?ef-:l
r??? of b's afl?r life.
.Taroh August Rill wo? horn on May *,
1M!>, at Ribo, Denmark, and wai educated
at the l..<t.n oi hool of th.it pla- e. His
fsther meant him to be a school teacher,
hut he turned carpenter Instead, end then,
because of a temporary ripple on the
? .ourse of true love"- it soon came a'l
right and they were married'-he came to
America. He had a brief experience, in a
Penaayl*ranla coal mine, ?nd was ?cared
near!)* out of ble wits twice?once by a
donkey whl h he <ame upon unexpectedly
in the mine which he thought was the
devil and once by a Ctrl who was ' setting
her cap" for him.
Slept in Brickyard.
In a New Jersey brickyard he s!?pt at
nicht h* a wagon which by day was used
for carting fertilizer Oexre In New York
h? got a night ? free lodging in th*
, ? hi.rch ?t pn';. ?. station, and while in the
cell was rebbed of what little prop?tt\ he
had?a tiny cold locket. The police |||
treated hi? little dof, vhlch had follower!
him thither, aid in return he threw
??otes troiieh the Windows of th?- bOltd*
ing tit ill the* aelaed him and hustled him
aboard a fetrsbo.it bound for New Jerses.
In 1 '.ffaio hi was a carpenter, a lumber
yard hand an'i a traveling salesman for
a furniture house Tin-re, too, h<* made up
his mind to be ? newspaper man. Of hi?
efforts to break into that profession he
"1 thought I would make a good re?
porter My father had edited our local
n?wspaper, and gUCh little help as I had
often been of to luir, had glsen me a taste
for the bualneea Being of that mind. I
went to The Courier1 < tu a one mnriilnt;
and asked for the editor. He was not in.
Apparently aebody wai t wandered
through room after room, all empty, till
at last I rame to one m which ?at a m in
with a paste pot and a pair of long
?hear?.. Thia must be the editor. He had
the Implemento of his trade, i told him
my erranc. while he clipped away.
" '"".'hat Is- it yen want?' he asked, when
I had ceased speaking and waited for an
" 'Work.' I said.
?? "Work" Mid he. waving me haughtily
away with the ?hears 'We don't ?ork
here. This is a newspaper onV? '
Goaded On by a Laugh.
"I went, ahaahedi i tried 'The LTigieea'
next. This i,me I had the editor pointed
out to me. He was Just coming through
the bnglnaai office. At the iloor I stopped
him and picfrrred my re?*.ifst. He looked
me over, a lad fresh from the shipyard,
with horn;, hands and a iough coat, ami
*? '\\l??l ar? ;. in."
A oatrpent? r.' 1 said
"Th? man turned upon hi? heel with a
lot-d. rasplnK lauifh and shut the door m
my fa- 0, Wot a moment I stood there
stunned. His asrending steps on the stain
Iroueht hack inv ??m1^ I ran to the
door and flung it open. 'You laaurhT
?? g ?tad, shaking my fist at him. ?landing
ball way up tha stair? 'You laugh now,
but wait'? And then I rot the grip of
my temper and ??lammed the door m my
turn. All the ?am?*, la 'hat hoir it wa;
?. ttieii that I was to be a reporter. I
knea it a? T ? ent o H le the *?"? '
H ? newapap? em Itlaa wae et laat
i w ben he ? ?i ? again *? s -* a
lark an'i apfaUed at The TrlbUIN * ItJ
department. He wae engaged aa what
the write:? of manaiine -tour? ? a
'cub'' reporter, and was assigned te?
a??'.?! ?M late Amos M. F.nugn at To'i I
U??d ?uarter?. Of his association with
Bnalgn and their work together he entre
? w| ?ft? etatieaed at Pellee Htad
rg*Uartare at a lime I look oaok upon ?s
t e le:*, age of po' ,.e reporfr?. when
the abdint;orr of "Charley' Reea aad the
Stewart c.asr rnt.'e?i> '.r;?.| mens met?
tle Ainio?: .-'er\ da) brought Ite good
of nrwe ., ? I?-tII ? *?? *"? Of them
. . . The Tribune alone g.i?e |tg -ea?ers
the farts, whl'h w?re rommonp!ac? and
uisensatioi-i?; enough afte** the He? had
been ?ifted out It w?a a feat of Jour- |
.i KOOB .\. mis.
? .- rrrrtz-r;-^: ?;.'?? .-:- *' :.-.3 ,
nsilsrri rare enough to be proud of for
The Tribuna and for us wibo worked It
out. And it Was I'nsign. sll over."
Good Tribune Worker.
Thus at the o?d Mufbsi i y stree? heed
Quarters Mr. hub did aasellsat work
for The Tribune for some years There
, too. he became interested in and in?
formed eoncoralna those social condition?,
needs and mOTtmeStS for reform to
whi. h hl? attention lr after life was so
largely given He afterward was Police
Headquarters reporter for "The NOW York
Evening Sun." and then tegan WrittnS
books, lc'tuiing and laboring for the
amelioration of the evil condtttaOS of city
life Ig 'he QTSlffOWded slums
He was especially active and effi -lent in
, the movement for the creation of BSSSl
parks and ptaygrouada, in the suppression
of the "sw.at Shop" system ar! in teOO
ment and school house reform. He was
assister] of ?he Small Paras Commis?
sion in IM?, arjd In IBB his servie s were
re. ognize.i in his stectlOB as honorsry.
president of the Playground Aaso
of Amer! a In ISM-f3 I is wsa ex? il re
ofaic.-r of the Qood Qorernmcnt Club**
In sddition to mimerons newspaper and
magasine articles Mr. Rtis wrote "Hew
the nther Haiif LalvaM," 'The Children of
the Peer," "The Making of an Asssricsn"
(his autobiography), "The Battis with iiie
Blums," "Children of the Teasmonts."
"Is There S Santa ('.?us'.'" Theodore
Eeeeerelt, the cittssn," The OM Town"'
and ' Hero Taies of the Par North.'- I me
of his tatest undertahtnat was the promo?
tion of the municipal celebra!
? hrtatnsas and New Tear's Day wtt?a
public decorations and great . hoi II mid
..:? hastial esacerts .n taba epos ?
He eras tWl<eS married in ISN t.a Kliza
betl. D. Niel??n. who .lied in MM and in
". to Mary Phillip, of St. Leute, who
survives him \\\? home for mai. |
was at Pi hmond Hill, Long Island.
Race Aided in South, Report to
General Assembly Sets
Chkaao, May M?"Tbera la hope for
anybody who cas smile sad lbs neare
has iie\er forgotten how to smile, said
, the Rev. John M Oestea. Of Philadel?
phia, to-day, hafore the Qeasral Assem
sly of the Presbytsrias Church la the
i nit? d Itatea
H? ?as pralsiaa ;< "spart, pre?oni?ri oy
the ehalrmaa, the Rae, H. F. McClelaad,
of Clarhsburs, W VB., sn the sdvanee
m work amoag the negroes of in? Bouth.
The Assembly indorOSd the work of the
Aatl-BslOOO laSSaue. the National Tem?
p?rame Union snd the Woman's ChriS*
Use Tomporanes Unies
Establishment Of at national social s.-r
; vice hoard was vetoed by the ddOSSteS,
mi the ground that the work wsi new
being s? comptlsbed hy the Boart ,,f
Atlantic (?Hy was added to the list Of
cities ssehinf the nest fanerai aeecmbly.
Minletsrisl dlaeity was fs****ettea by
some of thi <.cieg-aies as the temperature
ros?-, and several ..??tie??, ones s;.l la
semi-comfort' unrepidVad by Moderator
a i< under.
Beveral >;?e'" missionaries told of the
w.ik botad 8880 '?i the CblVeh and of the
farm eolontac supported be the Presbp?
tertan Church. The colonies have BB
.-,, -, iltii itlon.
Time Curtain Rises To-day
if.gh Jinhs . Casino
Madsms Moselle .Shubert
?- Perlmutter.< 'ohan s
Th? Yellow Ticket.Eltlnge
lili Bsrl .New Amsterdam
Marssrot Anglm .Libert-,
TOO Mai \ COOfcS.Ifth Street
p. n o- Ml Heart . Cort
Seven Keys m Baldpate. . fjalaty
The Beaut] Shop.?.?tor
A Bcrap of Paper. Empire
Xb? Thlnss That Count Playhouse
The Crinoline Girl .. Kni ? 'bo 1er
The l simm* .? Hudson
A Pair Of BiSOa. '
The Truth .Little
STOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRES.
2 ;\% Climbers .Acsdemy
Pella l'onna . Royal
g 1j?High Jinks.('asine
Wh.rl of th? World .Winter ?iardon
Potash A Perlmutter.Cohan'e
Tne fellow Ticket.Kiting*
8 20?Sar..New Amsterdam
Too Man ?'ooke.".5th Street
K tt- MscKa).Comed>
1 eg c Ml Heart .Tort
geve-i Keys to Haldpate C.ai?ty
To-day .4?th Street
The Beauty Shop.Aator
g-30?The Things That Count Fla> house
The Crinoline Girl-Knickerbocker
The Pumrm.i' Hudson
A I"*lr of Hixes.Longaere I
A Scrap of Paper.Empire
8:4*?? The Truth.Little
?TOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRES.
V*t? Pa.V ?._ei.ing.
1 i?, .a M.HammerMe.-ie
2 \;.6 M..Ne? Brghton
I ij .1:11.Alhambra
i ja,.S 15.Palace
Mat? fa.;.-. L.?n.ivg.
l.jj.I.li...a. .Columbia j
TO FIND MACMILLAN
Message to Museum Offers
to Take Mail to Crocker
DR. HOVEY GETS
LETTER FROM NORTH
Geologist Hopes for Startling
Results in Study of Glacial
In a cable message yesterday te th*
American Museum of Natural History
Knud Rasmuesen. the Danish explorer.
Informen efgllell of the institution that
he would get In tOW h with the Crork-r
Land expedition in August, and any mall
?ent to Copenhagen, leaving New York
not later tbaaj June *g, would be 'aken to
tha Kar North In hi? ?hip leaving Den?
mark early In July. luttera are to re
?ent to him for transmission.
The Tribune of ye?terday contained the
deta'led letter of Donald TV Mn.<-MlHtn,
her\d of (he expedition, which was car?
ried to ?'oper.'nagen hv Rasmussen and
thepee forw .* r>d hg mail. Another of the
letter? rec?is ed by Dr. Fdmund 0. Hovey,
director of the ?rocker Land expedi?
tion and curator of geology of the
mneeum, v.?? from w. r.imer Ekhiaw.
?,-eoiogiat and botanist of the party.
Ehhlaw saja that acientifle reeulta
could he obtained by protracted atudy in
'ireenland "that WpoJd throw* much light
on the geology of all North America.''
The geologist also speaks in detail of
th? meteorite which Rasmussen pur
al ? ape Melville for the t'ni
reretty of Copianhagen, as was told m
Maelllllaa'a letter. An K?"Uimau boy
s?>ld ,t to the Danes before it could he
a^nir??-', bjf the museum proper-.
Fkhlaw's letter, datad Nor'h Star Bay,
'.Ve?t ??reenland. January 1?, \V\, reads;
'My Pear f'r. Hoses; I am writing
thi? letter a' the polar r?tun of Herr
Knud Rasmussen at this place on my re?
turn trip from Cape Melville, w-mtiier i
went wttb dim to examina a great
meteorite near there, ?hi.h he has pur?
chased for the mii'eiim of the fntversily
of Copenhagen from Koog-looh-too, tne
i leq .miau who found it.
"I niu making .is careful n report to
him as my faellitlee and opportunin per
1 mit. to be sent to the Kins of Denmark,
aeeuro In the eoa*?ricUoa that yea will
ftttty approve n--- thus taking upon mv
?elf thi? re?|.on?!bility for ?.n a-tion whleb
I deem lut un international courtesy and
? ??? ? dlltj .
"Ms MaVmlle trip to ?"ape Me'.ville d'iring
thi? midwinter moon has been fraught
with much adventure, much Interest,ng
anil novel experleaee and all the sclen
tlfli observation I could make by moon?
light and the waxing midday twilight.
It 1? a journ-y I ?tviutd like \eiy much
to make by dij light, for ?he geological
phenomena of interest to ?.uence are
numerous and \aried and would richly
. reward the investigator.
' "I wish I might atay here five sears
Instead cf t:-.ree, for, evn ?o. I should he
bus? every possible montent en the eeeaV
lorn? I have already en ountered. There
I is great work to be done her* hv ?"me
-,.-t. in i<eo;.,ir\ md botany, par?
tleularty. i feel eure tiiat la the pre
Cambrlan formations an<l la thi glacial
phenomena result? roiild be obtameil
that WOUld throw much light on the
g| logy Of all Nortn Ametl-a
"\v BLUER EKBLAW."
1 Dr. Bovey bge not given up hope that
1 the ?.'rocker Land party will yet be gble
to g?t bite niri'less communication. He
wa? disappointed that they had not ;*?
s-eived the several messases ?ent by the
Manon at Bolle late. Am ?n told by
MaeMUlan, kites ?re to be used in an
effort to ?et message* OOt 10 et* iii/.at-.mi.
It waa with soriir- amusement that Dr.
Moves read In MaeMUlan'e report that
he had eome acreee Hone Wallace, a* ?
boy the Ksuuimau w-as beOUghl to thai
rounfiy by I'earr. la July. IMgj he was
taken ha'k on the ?hip that W0OI to the
relief <if Tears. Men? attended Manhat?
tan College here for a tune FWore lie
went baxk to fireiiland the Eoquimau
worked up a considerable liking fur the
Great White Way
WILL REHEARSE OUTDOORS
Winter Garden Revue to Stick
Near River Brets7.es.
The principal? of "The Passing Show
Of 1H4." the new Winter Garden miiai**Ml
revue, srhed''le<1 to np?n June <. will be
gin 0'itdoor rehs-arsal? this morning n t^e
Hudson drove, near the Jersey landing
of the Ei Ige water ferry. Next Tues?
day | series of full grate rehearsal? wig
be held at the Winter '.r.rden.
The following wig make th?- trip across.
to Edge water; leee Calima, Qeorga Moi -
roe Bernard ilranvi'le, T Kov Harnes,
F.mel Amorta K-i!\. France.? Demare-t.
Adelaide and Etughea, Muriel Window,
Harry Fisher, Pe?sle Crawford, June
Fldrtrige, l.eona Wilkln?. Bete I'licer.
ICarilyna Miller, Robert Kmmett Kean?.
Fi'*msn and Dunham and Minkoff and
01 lile. No rteitarg will be arlmitted.
[Rs T???rarh te Th? MbtaWa ]
Newport, May II Mr ?nd Mra. K
Roiitn? Mo???, of S'ew rarh, who ?o'l
their eun-imer home here last fail to Mr
and Mrs. .'-tine? H Haggin. ?r? h?r? feg
a s' ott im? at th? I.a Forge cottage.
Mrs Van Ken??alaer Kenned' . of Henip
?tetd a-d Mr? Itoheti RerTtCk. cf Chi?
cago, ?re at ib? sime pi*.-?
M-s frilliam i. Keeweehan, r,f Ifaw
Vo-k. Will ^?er\ he? seas-,n at the ?hO|.
? . ^o?,? en t ,r? i
Mrs ' ., ?Teld, ? f Hestor.. wll
arrive TI i atlay,
Mra camerae MeP t Inatoa and two
ef h?r ehlldtren went to yaw Y"rk t>
Mr. and Mr? Frederic BtgTagii. of W?
York, are e\**?-.t?d for the week-end
I.awrenre I. 'Ii'.leapte r?gi?ter?d at
the t'a?.no ?o *.
Mf and Mr?, g, r*. Hun"rg?er. of
.Vew Yo-k Imi? irH? ?d at their cottage
Mr aad Mre Hi ig ef loe
ton. sre t.- - i;?> Tie l.edge? thi?
'ir and Mra 0 M H-ir- p and famll
of Baltimore, arrived at atheaari -k ctll
.i h Mahoojy and Mr? i ... ro?t hav?
arrived at '?'? i.itr. w?'-. ?:.?:.- home oa
Beilevsie avenue. I
HENRY TOWNBEND SMITH.
Henrv Townsend Smith, for msny yesr?
a newspaper man and polltleal work?r In
Westchesfer bounty, died from Bright s
disease at White Plains yesterdsy. He
was sixty-eix years old and lived In New
Ra> helle H? was tir?t employed on "The '
Tonker? Herald.'- now ' The ?"?asette."
which was founded bv his father Mr
Smith started newspapers In Tonker?. ?
Teriytesro end Port CiMtae. For many
years he was a suburban correspondent
(Or New Vork papers.
He ?as an alderman snd ?~ity <"lerk "f
New Roa-heiie in the esrty nineties. He
*?aa the author and publisher of the
Westehester a ounty Manual and 'Tvll
I.ist. He iravM a wife, one daughter
snd three ?estate.
SIMEON ROYAL KEITH.
|p- T? ?---?r.ri lo T>? ~rie':n? |
South NorWalk, Ctwn., Msy 2?.- Simeon
Royal Keith, prteident of the New F.ng
land Rranch of Railway Postsl clerks
and OM of the beat known railwey mall
elorkg in the country, died to.day from
a ?hock with whl-h he was ?tttek?n
Sunday. Iiootor? say It was die to an
H;- r- .?.e.jvrrl when the mall car *,,* the
cireer. Mountain K*r>r?s? of tne K*rw Ha?
ven road ?-as deraileai at Harrison. N- v . '
Mr Keith was th" o!de?t mall clerk in
poln" .-f ser\ i^e n New Knsrland. He was
a prominent F.Ik. Mason and Odd Fel?
low. Fun?ral service? wil be at hi? home
here at 2.Z" o'clock Friday afternoon.
Purial will be in Norwalk.
MaVptaweed, N. ,J , May "'.-Professor
James P.lralton, the Afri-an OSptoroc and
photographer, who lives on Ysllev st..
Maplewood. received a cable mersa^e t IIS
afternoon announcing the death, in Nai?
robi. Pritlsh Past Africa, of his son,
I-orno-td Rlcalton, from t\ phold-pneumo
I.omond Rlcgltun. ?ho was t***Mty?t*0Ur
yearo old. went m'h h's father to Africa
t.a take moving pt -tures of hie game fir
Tbomss A. P.dlson. The father ret irned
?.?me ture ago. n'ter making hi? son ae
ajuainreal aSSOna the tribes of Fast Afri a
The youne m?? was taken ill two w-eks
ago after returning from a hunting trip
in the interior. He will be buritd in
BSQldse 1rs parents. Mr. Riealton ?"SV*s
three slaters and thre? brothers.
bar at this port
Hungarian Editor Fought
Many Times and Won
A foreigner may fight as many duels
as h" pleases in Ma own country end as
long as he kills no one?snd ?Joes But g't
himself killed, of .-.ur?e? he cann.-t M
barred from this country on the old. r?
llabl? .-harre of the immigration ofbclale
Pielsmund Farkasha?'-. former member
of th? A astro-Hungarian Parliament, and
editor of on? of the leading new.-p.aper?
of Budapest, who arrived here >e?terda>
afternoon on the North ?German l.loyd
liner Kaiser Wilhelm II. demonstrated |B0
duel ruling. rsrbSSbSST. who vu re
Sorted aa being an agent of Count Ka
rolyt, leader of th* lodepo edenes parts of
Hungary, and * ho denied 11, brought with
him a reputation of b"ng an inveterate
duellist. According to his potitl-sl ene
mie? m this eouatry, ?she roceatly ?rot?
to all the government officials from tile
Pr?sident <i"wn, h? fought .i dual ?*?acta
morning before breakfast and .oiiiinued'
to indulge In them during the Ctay
Daten the "ay to m?et the fiery editor
yasterds] srss Alexander Konta. a Hun?
garian resident of New Vork, who lives
it the Hotel St. Reata. " w?s "-' bis
Invitation that Farkashazy came to
America to be his personal guest, an 1
not to collect some J'Can.iYaO from Run
gartang Is this ceuatry to aid the count
Karalyl'a party to "overtirow the >...?<
trian mke of oppression," as had been
Commission of Immigration l"h! had
been communicated *?ith by Mr. Konta
bef?te he set sail to meet lus guest ?nd
Mr Chi had assured him that Karka?
h?r.\ might enter the country unhindered.
fnm> blackleg," Mr Konta per?i?ted. had
done his best to keep his gueet out. bit
?Ac d never su?*eee4 if he knew tt. aireat
was ins eenstsmsUos, thobetora when
the ipimigration inspector In the first
rabln toid Farka?has> to sil down ?hen
the ship dock*d
'You are reported a? being s due ?im. '
the immigration man Informed the visitor.
The ebarae was admitted. In hi? COUD?
trv every one fought duels, he said. If
? ?? ajler.ged and one refused one ?as
stamped as a coward and never more
OrmM he associate with gentlemen in
business or in his clubs.
Had I e ever killed any one*
Mereyl Ne Hungarian duels seldom
resulted tbst ?-a>, unieg? b\- mistake He
had fought sny number of due -
never, never, oh, never had he e-v er taken
th? life of hla adversary.
Then Fa-ka*ha?.v, who is of medium
height, with a black curly mustache aid
encaging smile, rubbed a seer on h'.s
c.'ieek Ths' was the result of a duel, h?
said, but never had he been seriously
i>.,i net the taw prohibit duelHna snd
j, . ?i, orferder?*
Oh, 'o he eure, there was a gentleman a
Jail for hot headed Hungarian? of the
?ea!tb> class, wherein tb?v might lan
t ? 'er as much as a week amid . i.ur
loi.s | .rro'.ndlngs, If tney sttempted to
tat re or shoot an enem>.
TOO were in Jail for fighting a due]
when I last vteited you in Bjd-?ye?'
three vear? ago, ?aid Mr. konta. "I
was Brach Impressed by the ? irroundtngr
Ton received me in s beautiful.y appoint?
ed reception reoea I hsd there the moit
de'ightful drtnk T ever tasted."
The Immlgrst'on official listened it
toattaoly. Then he hesrd Konts dee'gre
? ? e- i?d ever again that there wes no
s.gn.flran e in r.? gue>t ? visit
ami state that he sreoM b? pers^naiiy
r-sponsihle for him. where.j*fae-i th? ?m
ralSIBttaa man or tn?J that as long as
Parbasbasy had r?nr hi.led a miu he
would ratease the -.letter.
M'ss Kather ne Virginia Curr\ ?as rr.sr
ried at noon yesterday to Ha rene? W'ais
-MaTth F-anMs. formerly Pep-.r. Attorney
aiener^l of New York The wedd'ng took
-, ace h the laeeptlea room of the Hotel
a Ma ?BOSS a\e. ("In!
- at the coup'e ?ere present
Th-- atteid.nt? ??re >f ga t-'ran.ee M
? ? -.'?* and ? H BtMSOSChutt, botn of
N?va V->rk After a Men to Het Spring?,
Mr snd Mrs Francis will fo to Brook?
line. Maaa. to l.va
Giant Granite Sphere of Fifteen
Too? Accepted by Presl?
The giant granit? sundial whteh has
?tayvl opposite Columbia Pnirerelty
librsry for fo'ir yesrs was formsJIy dedi
csted yestsrday by the class of M.
which presented It to the university in
comm?moration of the twenty.fifth snnl
versary of Its gradustion, in 1*11 The
dial Is th? only one of its kind In the
It coneists of a granite ephere els fee*
In dlsmeter, set on a pedestal on which
are marked concentric rings whereby timo
Is reckoned. The disl ?ss designed snd
built under the personal dire.-tlon of Pro?
fessor Harold Jacoby. a member of the
class snd head of the Department of
? 'hemistry st Columhls. The granite ball
Itself is the lerg??st that has ever heen
cut. The granite for the ball came from
the <juerr:?s at A usable Forks, N Y . snd
the granite for the b?se from Ston;
The ball, of Sfteen tone weight, was
turned In a lathe by Robert < 'sntley. si
Qatateja Mass. Th* brons? talaya were
made by John Williams. Inc., of New
York, from designs by William Ordway
Partridge, also a m?mber of the class
The dial has been made to indicate time
once oeuj each Us>. at tne moment of
noon. New*York standard time.
Kach brome disl piste on the pedestsi
has twelve concentric circulars arcs en?
graved upon it, one for each month. 1 pon
these circular arcs various dates In the
00*8 ral months ere. marked i.y snia.l
To use the disl on sin date,, as for in?
stance. May 26, it ig merely ne.-esssry to
h sit untd the shaciow edg? ruts tne hole
marked 23 on the May etroatal arc. Il
?rill then be noon by standard tim?.
The dial was formally rooelvoc] by the
president. Nicholas Murray Butler. After
the ceremonlea the class held s reunion
Cl*RRT-nUNCia-OB May M 1914 at
th? resides re of the bride m Ne- i
City, Katherine Virginia Cure] ta
Cl?rense R'adeworUi ar?rtela
Ot'LLaTORI>->HTDK-On Batardey even?
ing. Ma> 23, In the ch?pe. of me I BieS
Theological Seminal , bj in? Pev
l .otila H. Holden, of l*tlea, N *> . K ? *
?ovlli?, Hydo, daughter of Jam* ?*
ai'd the late TheophllUS Rogare H\de
of vFatorbury, Conn., mid Dr. Dudley
Ouilford. a.f Philadelphia.
Voflae? ?r marri.ig-? ?nd death? miad be
? > eonipanled b.< full nume and SddreM.
Aueblnelooo. M. B. t.ott. Jeremiah
Chapman. Noah H. N'agle, Charles F.
Lord, William MacFafamf-StNl. Henrv
Al'CIIIRCLOSI im Tuesds}*. aMay 2*.
"in ?t Osrrlson. N Y ?fsrga ?
mendorf. .laughter of Fran, e? a*, end
High Anchui'lose, ??"4 * month?. In?
terment ;,. ?;arrt8on un Tbursda Kat?
CHAPMAN Ori socosd da; fifth month
iwetity-Afth 1011 Noah >i Chspman, In
the TiHll ?ear of hi? ?ge PurMral ?? hi?
lot?1 reaai iei!. e. ?i?l Hla-k? ?f . Krookpn.
on fifth ?jar. fifth month, twent: -eighth,
at SJea m. Kindly om.t rio-.\->i?
LORD On Bunde] May M, mi .it
??aran.ic l ake S y William M* Tar
talld t.o^d xon of I.o ii?e Mao Ka ri ?r, 1
l.ord snd tbe laie Krank Jo?iah I.o o
Funeral sei \ ice? 3 p m Wednesday.
M?i ?" rat Moravian tmSt' hspel.
S- ?ten Island
M0TT--8-*4-tanly 01 Tuesday. Ma- H
.leremiah l.ott ?ged M year* Funeral
sarrios at bis lat? reafcienee. *?fl Va>
bush ave, Brookl n. Fnda.1, May r%\
at ? *0 ovio.-k
NAGLE At hla home Vit 'ireen? aie
Rroohlyn, on Tuesday, Mi
Lieutenant Commander mrl?? 1
Nagle. 1 I N Funeral se:\i.-es ? 11
be held at Bt Ambrose Church, Tom-.
kins ave. corne. DeKsIb a'e, 1 OOk
1 i f ids'. at I? a m.
gAMFBON on funday, Mh' m
Sarnoso.i. nge.i T< yesri Funeral H i
lar? residen.? M V*. est Mtla st ms
Wednesdsr, Mi! 27. at 3,30 p. ra. Inter?
AUBRRT, Prodorich C., ?f PluihlnS,
l**.ng Island, at Po.?t <*irad .a?? H??
pital May H aged II
Ft!.I.MAN. Thomas. ?1 R*08l Mtb ?t
Ma .'? "s?.l M
rriN'DE .1 Phi onion?, i i Woo\
si . M:?;? 21 riged Ti
REYNOLDS Bridget im BsM Broadway.
Mm a .-iged n
BTHEEBER, Frank W, |fl Fast llnth
st.. Ma> :'?. sg?d ls\
BCOTT Stephen P. *1? Gteen*iih st.,
Ma\ 2i. aged T mOfltjM.
WEED. Hannah M R?-?*i Sl?*hol8S 8*.a
May 2*. Funeral ta-morrow, 'A".0 a m.
B1BHOP, ?VI bam. IM Hall st . May 25.
aged ?'. I' ??era! l o da I
BCBCHNER. Mar,on I., M Hog?rs iv.,
Mm 2V seed ft.
COVRRT, Pratt** ?? M MM Fulton -*,.
\\n: .''.. Bated '-' Funersl Ktvlav, 2
HILLIRR, Mary, ?'??" Meaker ??.- . May 9,
aged a ! r 11*1 t., da] , * P m.
K A1SFR. I.ouis. Ma 1Mb st . Ma- 8, sgsd
M. Fu?era to-morrow.- | p m
KROOH, William A . 1447 Sterling Place.
LAWMRNCE, Anata M Hevwsed st.
aged M, Funeral to-morrow, 2 p. ny
LINDBRT, F.'.ns. ?2* Kth st . Msy w\
NAOLE. Nontenant Comiaandor <"*haries
P.. fj | N f?t dreerie av . Miv It.
.v vFr.r.. Bridaet Ml tJataa st, m?.
: Puneral to-marrow, ? a m.
O'NRIL < aiherlne M.. T3 Sullnan it .
Ms- "V aged ?* Funeral to-morrow, t
Qt'INN .John F. U Semer? ?t , May **>.
aged 24 F .n?ral to-ivorrow
SCMI^iTTFRBK.-'K', EdWSH <i. IM Tth
s" . May 2.V aged *? Funeral to-da: .
1 p m
gCHROKDER. < h?''e?, IM Prospect av..
May tS, aced v.
VaN DRA*RNTRB /.?-a? H *^-??hington
?t . May 2'.. Funeral IS'SierraV, I a m.
tTALBH tuiia. Ml Ctaaees ?'? Ma- :.>
t\!TTKF. Cbrtattan. *? ?"hi?- av . Untan
' ??. Ms\ *.* ^i |t rt?"- ? Hospital,
ape. ?i. r laereJ to-iaeirssr, ? p, m.
t.. i n i ; r s i. a ni >
ALLEN Msy. Port XVsshuig'on. Mr
RAKER, ''?orga? F North ?'?ces? s- ,
Patrhegue. Mr Ra, aged M Funeral
to-morrow. 2 36 p m.
CI.ARK. Jame? Fas' Nor?hp--rt, May 35,
?ged R Funeral to-morrow, 3pm
HFRP.FRT. Ralph W., Florsl Park, Msy
? ageal 24
MOERCH, '"?.'hen-..-,. Wtllett's Point Rd .
Whitestone. Msy 21
ADRTN?E Pos?, il sVhttytar st , Relli
vil'e. M?" ** aged ?4
G'rpv. Robert p., ?j Chertz it. R?"
w?v May ?, Sged **? Funersl to
VKMP Sophie, at Stat? Hospital, is
Trenton. May St. s?fed 71
KF-NDRI**K. Msrv A . Fast ?"?rsnge. Msy
8 ahsd 83. Funeral to-morrow, I p. nv
RERJUCM. Ruth Ann *t Baker St.,
Maelewood May V>. ag*d K.
KINO. Walter N. Llvingstos, May *?.
arCAIK, James. I-sng Brsnch, May ?.
pptTT*. Join w Ituyvesant sv..(Lyad
bure* May is ?t-i n%
UETKOLD8 Th? Ite. James A., Kel
Bsnk. May 2V sged M
c ?Mr. t sauta.
THB woont.Aav rc?n*TKBT.
lied <i. 8v Hsri?m Trais ont b? lietlss
OeTMa as Bast Std I??. M. t.