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??The Conning Tower
** What Ailed the Fditor.
??(?-? rase of the arord, r?M Doctor Hoffman was a
neciil''' *'" * 'rtft^ ?l,t l^f s'??'*??* ;,:,i ' " i ?es an?! turned
,'f ?,.??.?-< '?'?' ,<1 younger physician?. He neve;- administered
.'rug$ ? the. care were p ssihle. Hia auccesa gave him
rtrilegc '? ?" <????*?-r?c* ?*n?l he enjoy? rivilege to the
,.. ,. Hi: * iltation room was in the p? ?'- . ?-.ysrraper
re the rang? Ice.
N ever coMtUts tae arithoul being benefited," he .-????.*?!
.... - .- ?? I ipl<n di?l rxenisc."
ftji l - prescription! were famous. Foi a rich broker who
nsomnia, the old doctoi wrote out s memorandum
r, 'Send your conscience to .1 ' rn
For a ihsbby, disheartened artist he.preset 1 square meal
..1 1 ftfteen cen? cigar ind enclosed in 1 pe the where
faSaaJ t> have the prescription fille '
I)r. Hoffmsn'? first question always was, 'What
. JKflS do?'
The pa' nt I ?>?" going to tell sboul to-day s well-fed but
--?whit hsggard-eyed person of middle age?replied:
??j'f. ' ' I've been to half s doser tori bul none
, ,?Af. . ?? ? *? what'? wrong with me My symp?
The I "'** '?'in curtly interrupted
t your lymptoms. What do you
med s widely*ki ?? pular magazii -
What do you put in ?? ?" the loctor demanded.
? re fire stuff. The best on the market."
;'ll have to be more ? ecil Start right in at the cover
"Well, the cover usually is a pretty-girl lira?!."
. . grunted He didn't appear to be much impressed.
feature." 'he editor continued, "nearly always is s
ratt?niz | il ny?sea interest. And the hiph?"st priced ilrus
?T-at??rs i" *; c country make the pictures for it. Then we try to gel
good 5c; isi nal articles in every issue. Twilight Bleep, war, etc..?
von know the line."
"I know'" the doctor agreed. "The war correspondence usually
?'?about three month? stale, but your seiend is at least fifty yean
it: o?tSi ce of ascertained facts."
The ( lit? r appeared a little puxxled, but he doubtless had bec:i
?.arr* ! thai ?::e doctor was sometimes eccentric snd CSUStio. After
a ajsjaac, the editor continued:
"Baseball is pretty sure-fire stuff, and we always like to use new
pictr.r? I ? I Ty Cobb arid Walter Johnson. We print a little love
verse to fill Op the page ends; and we find that inspirational ger?
mons on Yi 7i. Vigor and Victory are rather popular . . . But
what's all this got to do with my symptoms?"
'Everything !n the ?irosld," snapped the doctor. "You're wor?
ried, ?.nd. likely as not, what worries you most i? your business.
Am I right?"
"Y-e-e-j. 1 pue?? you are. The magazine isn't, as we ?ay,
's*" ? g icross' a? well as it used to, and T don't know whst'l the
I he doctor got up, strode over to a medicine cabinet] and poured
a dark red fluid into a goodly sized bottle.
"Now. my friend," he advised, "you know tfiat I rarely pre
icribe drugs. But in yo'ir rase, an extremo one, you see me doing
1 You must follow my directions faithfully or another six months
will lesve y? u a wreck. Every morning, just before you go to
? *k, drink hall .1 tumblerful oi this medicine It ?trill make you
be! ave oddly, perhaps, but trust your impulses, no matter what
bappena In a week come back and report."
.1 tie end of th?* week ?he patient appeared again.
Wei!?" inquired the doctor.
: spoke the truth when you said that was 71 powerful drug."
the patient confesse''.
"Well, what happened ?"
-hamed to tell. First of all, one of our cover
irtistl appeared with ;i simpering-gir! head. Do you know, the
Big ? thai picture made me furious? I threw it on the floor in
s rage a:?.d told the arti?t tO go home and do mc u portrait oi an
ried the d? ? ' ' Vid the result"
??ter th.iti I deserve!, lit did me a study
?he Lit " the picture of a soul; and it will be one of the
? ever had.The,; our smut-serial writer
casse new novel oi sex. I told him 1?.- ought to be
ashair.e^ - ? a man oi the promise he mice showed, to sell
his ' -? - . ? i ? r foi *,.?'-? ; ulsrity with shop girls
and evil-l ndl ihl What do you t!.?7-.k lie answered? Said
he'-' like thing he ?'?cd t.? do, Lut didn't knov
l*hen he wert home and started .1 good, old whole
- ? - - ..... , .,.,] ),, Jo."
? ?' r it, 1 Put tl
And the amazing thil |
... iay 1 rather do 1 sort rk than I
ring * It!" Dr. Hoffman snorted. Tve re
?* red t ? lanltj :'vc given you courage
to ? - lug instead of letting a yellow newspapet
the patient pleaded "what teas that medi nel
physl grii ned.
irre! Whiskey?-to give you a
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I HAJ.I.F..S PlIEI.PS f.YSHING.
IN CHARITY WORK
More Persons F cd Without Ad?
ditional Cost. Says Kingsbury's
In ? -.- d ?
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?ewi ?-a? ?. chai ties Depart
*d a .?, : ?verage of I > I ? ors per
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??nil?? ilui.j.g ?r, ^ii I'M!, tr.
ovi-rcrowdinc was hardly more notic?
able than in the provloBI winter
'1 ??is, it is stated, was partly due t
- | opening of now buildings and
roadjast-BOBt Of ?naee permitting *b
BddiBg of more bed?. Further, th
RH end the polic
of perfunctorily committing depe"-.;
ent children to priva'e RSyiBfll-, RD<
as a ? ? SI (??? ,?' polie-j
???ore than a thousan
? ' ''ition? tO th?
MISS SANDERS WEDS
K. BANNING TO-DA.
Couple to live in Chicago Aftc;
" >? ?Dorothy I arter Sander? an?
all Banning will \>e married, at ?
p. n. ? at the Charch ol the in
OH Avenue, by th?
Howard (bandler Reh
Thi? 1.ride'? oi,!;.- a'terul.r.t wil
ha bei .it, M m ?lai i ?Wootoii
will he given in marriage by bei
I. v. thor, Lewis SmiH.er?. Mr. Han
:..? mfa, i.? ? BIRR v ill he Y ritS von
1^1 hi '!?? i i- daaahtei of the la*..
i,.. ? Banders, Rf this eity and Ken
' ? end n grsnddaoghter r>t The late
, ? .anders, C? n federate eoet
? / to E I rope, liei k" ?' grand
iathc ' Chester ?Held,
? /.?? War of 1 x |f,
?lr . ,' I ths or!;.- ?on of the
late ''? Hnniiing, of this
? ? , .,.?ro .*>. ,,f th?? t'r.ior.
Lesgae ' lab 4ftei be was iredaated
from Dartmouth, in lVO., he became
,,- .- Rad ROSOOistO editor of the
'.,..- ;.e " At pre?ent be is
I ???. ? !? r t,,,. A W St.t< v
.' '?!, the Chicago pabllshore
He ? th? ajth'.r of "SOBfl of the Love
Ths Bqulre'i Recipes," "In
? ? ...-' plaj
laced by Edmund
Hdeg i "... bei of th?
? . H ? V , f, .,, <"?,jr, of Al
? i d Sloe of the ' , . , ' ? ".,i\-, it,
id- _r.d hlS bride will live in Hlitl_P
I i f>. r January 1.
I AID TO MOVIES
United ?States Submarine
Used by Syd Chaplin
AMAZING STUNTS IN
Pauline Frederick Proves To B.
?Beautiful Bella Donna in Film
Play at the Strand.
B) hkywood mini \.
Jesephas Ii-me.s, th?. ?lernest prophet
of preparedness ?ince Kzekiel. simply
Ii Sg i it the movie
Only let the picture people set
thel' hearts on any particular unit of
the 1 ni tod Sta'e^ . Mr. Daniel?
will Rrrsngi '? surrend, v Wl ?
?er.'cr. beaoty vented to got
the Serre'ary leal R battleship lor the
ceremony and -hfired the blame with
Cap ?! More recently he ?,-ave ?
1 ' splla'fl brother Syd the freedom of a
lubinereible, but. no one who BOOB "A
SabtaariBR Pirat?-" will blame Mr. Dan?
iels much for that.
Ths new Tr.angle-Keyitoiu comedy,
I which WH shown for the first time at
? Ic-Orfeoe-er Theatre yeiterday, is
OB? ?* '.''?(? RBOSl amusing Almi of the
, toason I* is thrilling a? well, for it seta
\ a n? -v limit in stunts, .he cl.max ;?
l te:-.,': t? when the hUbniBr::..
while Chsplls is pacing the deck and
ilowirs ?..m fool by foot until oi.ly the
?top of the poriheope and no part
actor shows SOO.I UlS surface of the
; ?? n.
Some scene? in the same pietare of a
' cbn?e across the roofs of a cha n ol
ikyscrspori and a leap from a dangling
rope to the top of i movinp automobile
; should go a long way toward convincing
i the public that moving pic'-ir.- actors
: get a? much money as their prosi ag. nta
1 sav. or, at any rate, that they ought 7?.
Syd rhapln'i is not quite so Rtnasing
- famous brother, but he breaks
'dishes with artistic abandon an?' kicks,
trip? and tumbles with a technique
' which is at all times adequate. The
only fault which may be fr,ur.?l with ?
."The Submarine Pirate" is the rather!
: unfortunate niemorie? which are
aroused by the r?cene ii, .which a
steamer is torpedoed, even though the |
picture expressly provides that ail the .
passenger? ?hall escape.
Tlie (Iriftlth picture. "Jordan I? a!
?Hard K<?ad." telle an interesting ?'?.r
with much ?kill. It is a beautiful pic- ?
ture, too, in its glimpses of those
glorioiiB unscarred stretche? of com.trv
which He beyond the limits of our ?ub
way, At no time, however, is there in?
sistence on scenery to the detriment of
action. This Is fortunate, for the
story concerns lovable folk. Frank
Cnmpeau plays the part of a bandit!
who reforme without losing a whit of
his charm, and Dorothy 'inn is attrac?
tive as a young mi?? without need of
N'aturally. the good ?.irl i? the !
daufchter of the bad basait, sad hai ,
va H share in bringing Bin RWay
from the wild life to the tame. Cam- ,
peuu is able to bear the c!c?e ?erutiny
of the camera with a sufficient range
of expression to avoid even the sem- ;
balance of posing, which i? a rare trait,
and Miss Qish il dowered with an
attribute found seldom in moving pic?
ture actresses. She has a sense of
humor, and Is rot afraid to use it. A i
love scene between her and Owen
Moore, purposely played in a mock
heroic style, was delightful. We ara
? all sure that love scenes ir. real
life are not couch?,! in much the same
Fred Burn?, Lester Perry ami .lit-?
Kill act and ride like horse thieves, and
?? the play is .ion.' a stuge coach .
has been held up, several men shot, a
it converted and a pretty heroine
..,...?... . v, .,.-..... ...... ? W m ? - -j ........
cf the plains wedded to a titled youni
Englishman Jordan may be a barn
rua?':, but not for the spectator.
The third number on the new Tri?
angle bill it "The Winged Idol," with
Katharine Kaelrod. Oai notion of the
Mm is a bit v&ijue. bat t leotaed to be,
about a vampire woman with a good
heart. The [.lay ?i..-k.? cob.nrenc? to an
extraordinary degree, bat eleeraesi
.Ir Would t."' "i... '. ?v it l| also
Paul Frederick i n rln*
B? .i l?.ri.a in the feature Alai at the
Strand tins week. Evi n ufter it was
proved be>ond the shadow of a ?oBbt
'hat lh< I .?i been putting poison in her
husband's coffe, not a few in the audi?
ence grieved to gee her turned out of
the house in a blinding sandstorm.
The r.tmoiphere of Kgypt. which was
obtained in Florida, is well suggesteii,
except in a sene ,n whioh the prenne?
of the pyramids is indicated in an alto?
gether ohvioui backilrop. For the rest,
palm?, prayer?, minarets, fellucas, danc?
ing girls and came.s are all in tneir
proper place?. 'i iie love scenei be?
tween Hella Dor.n anil Raroudi, played
by Ramlltofl L-istraagO, are done in a
manner and spirit altogether suitable
to Egypt und its climate. Miss Fred?
erick hai leldom looked more beau',ful,
and for the sake of the .creen she iuc
r- vis :? look Rg exceedingly wicked a?:
well. Sin r?r,. 1 lOfCOry have . 01 been a
-, ? ? ,
AND CARNEGIE HALLS
Melanie Kurt Unable to Appear
with Philharmonic Evan
Although Mme. Melanie Kurt, wbi
had brrr. m.i?r, .ne??.! to appear a? as?
sist- ?g artist a*, yesterday afternoon's
concert of ? ? If 'annonic Oreb ??
tra. was unable to appear, the hu ?'?
torture of Carnegie Hi,!' was ??:..
Ailed. It .? .". deal ihat tlie
?society ha? at last ?ucee? .led m ma'_
? g - - popular appeal felt, foi
concert this ?ea*..ii ha? b. .
Yesterday afternoon wn?
?popular concert ef ths seaeoa, th ?
. ??? ds r?eletanee being Dt
?? i hi ?rd Fourth Sympl < ?
ITS K*e that this ?ymphony ha. r ?
been beard here mon. often, f.r
though possibly not s composition of
saprome gealas, it i? eae ?f r-\* ?
charm, invent,on and melodic l> v
Mr. Stran?ky succeeded in bl .
out most admirably Its calm, p.,. r
?pirit, and orce more gav ,? e?
of the general improvement
band? personnel. 'I he o'her RUBlbtri
wore Wagner-? "Siegfried, i I*
TschslhewR-y. "Robboo mi.l Julie*"
.-??. Qtiamft "Heart Wounds" and
"The Last Spring" and I.
Mr Evrr William? gave his annual
recital Ir Aeellas Hall eelneideal ?? |
the Philharmonie offering, and th.? '
rapacity BBdiOBCO of the i IS was
duplicated in the other Mr. William?
l ii .. loj.?' and coastal t 'ollowing
;,li?i it is fhe more to hi- 11 _??
that bil ?BUltl and ?ff.rtMt ...
iBBBBOi continue to mar bis s .
Ds i? '<? a ?.ipht buskiaesi ef * n i
hi? volee rel BIBB "n* of th,- mo?'
!.. ii it fal orgl ? ? OS the concert Itag
and Vis na? VR feeling is always ap
parent ?Bfertaaately, be etwas ? ,
believe that an exaggerated aenti
MISS EMILY STEVEXS.
Aetrasa who is playing chief part in LOUIS Anspaehor's "Tho Unchastcned
tality ef interpretation aad b
"?hiiro linked aweetaeaa long drawn
out" are the prime requ:?ite* of the
?one recit?l?. The result cannot but
cause the Judicious to grieve,
On his programme yesterday ..-?r-?
aongi bj Mosart, Sehnbert, Schumsrn.
Rubinstein. Hugo Wo'f, C'orneliu?.
Dvorak, Grieg, Hrahm?, Max Heinrich,
Tiptoi i. '. I * raare.
WAR STORIES FOR TUXEDO
Frederics Pabaer t?> i.i.e i.ecture Week
of N???.emb?r 22.
?it. 1? cr?: '? ? T. ? Trtt BM 1
Taxsdo -'ark, \. v.. Nov. M r.-r
it-rt weather lir? utrht eot ?i large rr?i??.'l
to Tuxed?? for Sunday. The entertaln
li.ent SOBIaBattsS OB thr- Inte autumn
feativitiei have ??.rr-ir.gcil an elaborate
rr'nrrnmrn?? for r.ext week. Monday.
November 22. Frederick Pnlm?r, the
war eon ipondeat, srtll give s lecture
DJS 'ion nic*"?ire* tn th?
ballrooi a tue war zone,
an?! the followini '.?'?ek, Batarijay, Ko
?prnber 27. Roy ChspBMfl AadfwWS? of
the American Museum of Nataral Hiu
lory, ???? Fork, ?rill give s U-ctur?-*,
lllnatratins with s?ereop:ir?in views
r.nd motion pictaros, on ???.:? ;in?l whalo
f.?hing. There will be dinaera before
fiich BBtertsiBBMBt, followed b?jr infor?
mal dancina* at th.* clubhouse.
Mr. Bad Mr?. JaBSSS Lowell Putnam,
who si Inhhouss, BBtertained
?i par'-.- at loBCheea to-day, ?nd Mr.
sad Mra, William Lawrence Gr<-??n were
alao hoat und hoatsss to a lar*?;?- lunch
fon party. Mr?, i.e.* Dslaflsld enter?
tained at Inncheen at the ciub to-day
a party of fourteen. Frank T. I'a'.te?
? - ?\, ?i rived bj Biotor
and BBtertained Mr, and Mr? F. McK.
Price arid '.1rs i ',. l.e'and Harmon o?.'?-r
Sunday Mr, and Mis. Charles ('. '
Auchinclo?? are at tho club for th?
week sad ? i Mr. sad Mrs. Johi M,
R'itherford are wit': Mr Bad Mrs, It ich -
Mortimer. Among ether arrival?
re M r. an?! Mi ?
I ?. Box? . Mr. and Mra, Linda?,* Rus
1? II, '?* W? | W. TiltOB, Mr. BBd Mr
Jame* irda, Mr. an?i Mn ?;. D?
??? " ?'? ? J. M. Wright, Mi a,* ?
Mra. u . h i Br< ?? G, MeCBllocfa Mi
nd H. Galla! !'?? :
SWISS" TO DANCE
AT CAPITAL BALL
Stauffacherin Members Will Ap?
pear at Annual Affair in
?|?T Tsi??!?::: -. T.'.i Trl ur.? J
tfaahlagtoa, Nov. u The s?i??
Minister and Mme. Kitter will be
guests of honor at the annual Swiss
ball, to be ;' ?wB here or: Wclr.esday
night. One oe the special features ?Bill
Be the sppsaraace *>f members of the
Stauffacherin in native daacas and pie
turesque native costume?.
Commaader aad Mrs, <;eorg<? !..
Smith entertained at ?upper to-night
Mr and Mrs. Charles V. Wheeler. Mr.
Mrs. George Y. Wheeler, Mr*.
I arlea J. Lang, Lieotensnt n-omnson,
I". S. N. M - ^ara Fsrlel an?l h. F.
Jam*? F. Harbour ar:?l Mi??
Marguerite Barbonr lefl Washington
r Nob 1 ?.
Miei 1 Saatherlaad, riaugh
*?r of Rear Admiral afld Mn Booth?
erland, joined her par?ate hora m-iiiv,
after visit? in and near Mo?to:i
The Attorac Gsi ern;
?iregory ?rill have a large hoBSS par?;.
of young folk with tl.em ? t ? ? ?- ? r. ? tro
Bsrlj pari * I the viator. Mr?, brag?
??:-. aad Miei Jane Gregory will go to
BoBtofl on Frida** for the Harvard?
falo footl . Ob thrir return
they will atop in New York for the
Arm? . aad ??? ill aie? ? *
'? *' ? Mary
Hi \a: Mir\
. ? Tevas who a ill com??
to '?'? ? . ? ?? th them. M
Cornelia k... b?, danghtor sf Profs?
101 K- :.?!.. -at Austin.
join the party after
Chi ' 'ii??.
MU ' S. H DI IAVW1 HF.
Eaglev sod. N *' ? Na i ? - Mr?
Nannie Boatich De Saaeaare, Beweoty?
elf. I D Heary w illiaai P* .
? ?. ? -in-, ut h??r BOBBO SB
Palisade avena? Mr? De Baas
;???* i r rollas, the i
?' . . ? ? ?-?ate ?'han
cellors, aad lived for many y>?ar? with
h'-r husband la ? I -?ri? ?'-.n.
l'or th<? last tweat*/-fiV0 ?.ears si.?
made h?r hoBM with h'-r BOB-la-laW,
the late Fr?d?-?:i?k B. Srhenek. who wa?
leal ef the Libert] National Rank
of New York She leavss or;p grand
daughter, Misa '. De Bsassars
? ' t
MHS Il WS Ml Sill l.KIF.
Mr?. ||h ??.l'i BhBgl
o** >. h? ??I ? omm???ioner
Michael Shosi lied jreeterdsy et '
hr- h. in?. '.?'? K ? gi .i Avenu? I
Mn Bhagrae had hv.-.l ..*i Ce
roas forty two rears. The funeral aril]
be held on Tuc?iUy.
NEWS OF PLAYS
Ethel Barrymore To Be a
Real Mrs. McChesney?
Sothern's New Play.
The routine of playiag the part of
R businei? woman eigh" time? r? week
'<ir the la?t few weehl has had its
effect on Ftbel Harry-ore, and sh" is
about to become in actuality as well
as advertisement, "Our Mrs. McChes
r .?;.-." Following the foo'steps of her
grandmother, the lato Mrs. John Drew,
she will become a manai?crtiBsl The
success of her pre?." * engagement has
marie it spparOBl 'ha' ?! e will remain
at the Lyceum Theatre well into the
? ?immer, and last week the bi
the s?jhject of organizing a ioa.1 com?
pany to Alf Hayniait. "I've always
wanted to be a msuageress," she told
him. "and no-- I want to make an ar?
rangement, with you so that I can pick
my own company, arrange Its tour,
?elect the ?renerv, have the printing
done, and everything else you'd do."
"You're on'" said Mr. Haymsn. So
Miss Barrymore will start at once, with
h?>r own stenographer? and in her own
(?rice, to organiza her own "Our Mr?.
The World Film Corporation an?
nounces 'hat it? next release will be
"Camille." with Clara K.mball Young in
the title role.
E, H Bothers will ?hor'ly appear in
his second production of the season,
"Lord Dundreary." !*. was Mr. Soth?
ern's original purpose that h? should
be seen in a revival of one of h
IMS r a new OOBROdy ?.ich six
? ?luring 'he si-as ?n bat the pop?
I ??.) Batro'i "The Two
\'irt i?--." ha? intei fared rll thil
plan. Mr. Bothsm. father, who
erested ths reis appeared n?
"Lord Dundreary" on October l?. 1 "?"->.
Mr. Sothern has revived his father's
7?? st psrt I IBM
\ ? ; .?? |1 s :," :.?.? f? r rr.T istOI ?
b giver. ?Wedaesday sftoraoon at th?
Porty?eightfa ???reo* ftioatre, ?o that
the clergymen of Now Y?.r".c may see
and meditate on the labjecl of "The
Fterna! Magdalene," Robert Mcl.ough
tin'? drama v? b.ich ha? been ?le.cribed
a? "a plBy for persons over sigl
Mere people Will probably a * * ?? i.. 1
church next Sunday, so some good may
be accomplished, after all.
Olive Oliver. Amelia Gardner an,!
Minnie Dapreo, representative mem
be? s of the (?amir C'.-.n, had 'I'?" lead?
ing feminine roles In *hrec playlet!
Issl night at the Bramhal! Play
hease before club members and their
A well known shoe manufacturer of
Newark has writt? -.-. to Molly Peersen,
Whoplaya the role of ? ?hoe ? sis ?'.a.!-.'
in "Hob?'.n's Choice." askir.c permie*
?ion to name a new ?.hoe the ""
Pearson She,-." I* ?*: . -?? of profound
jealousy by Mrs. Yernon Cast
To Whom It May Cr.cern: "The
Battle Crj of Peace," thai wonderful
photo-dramatic spectacle depict ng the
capture and bombardment of New York
City, etc.. vvil! open to-daj in the
cradle of American Independence,
I.ouiie Closser li. ?se?
lected to pi?-. ? Mrs. Efle.
ths >o?:ial climber, in "Kucrgle? of
lied (lap." in wl I Hen will
ll rtly appear at the SI iberl i t.eatre.
The ilai-ilen Theatre Will op?n to
?vith s, privat.. M of
H ornaon'e "When ti I . <? ?.t.u- Vine
Blooms." for the members of K'iianue!
I; ??'..,. . ? companies, who ere sol
ei.Kageil ?n the Aral production. The
will hegm to-morrow evening
under the auspice? of The Modern
Stage and the American People'.! The?
atre. No regular pert'firmance will be
Even ??n Monday?.
Society pris will ?ell programme?
at the Randbox Thea'.ra to-morrow
night for the benefit of the Blue I
Pund for bersos injured in battle
RARE VELVETS TO RE SHOWN
Wh.i' Is regarded by cxp.rt art I
. ? a remarkable BCOBisitiOR
collection of "Plates of All Nation?,"
gathered by Thomas B. Clarke, which,
with bis textile? and embrouille., ?el
to BO placed on exhibit.on at the Amen
can Art Oallorloa or New Year'? Dr
These plate?, rsier 'l,an BalatiagS,
are more easily understood, perhaps.?
and are more readily adapta'.!.- in a;
decorativo icheme. The velvets ?- the
-? of g'ma me''.;;, productione of
- Kteoath century in Italy, mhbm
? ?.s'il century Gotaies, Spn:,i*h and,
Portuguese velvet? of the ?event.
eei'ury and French of rhe eighteenth, i
They are in form of vestrr. ??. c?. j
lunie?, y-V ? -.-. ralancOX and cano?
pies. The catalogue will contain many
illustrations, some of them in color. |
SOME PF THF LEES hNOVYN FACTS Of HF'? EXF( 1 TM.N-HOW IT
w U* ill WiiFP?who OIDBSED IT IN " S'lS
Q FORTS? NO OFTEN' I ??GAINST "MILITARY I \w ? TBI MN??
?.M? Qf, FEN?t't EFN U.EXAN!;KA?THE h USER.
London. October -
Her real ass??? la ? the
risible ?r.d flagrant ? ti
load body of a B*S1
? smoking pis! besest
epitaph. "Got! Mit 1 ?" ?"hat is the
description cabled here, and as
ment ha? been | T ?
error of thii
English perhaps woke ?lowly, because
il i? sot - th? English nat
S sf such infamy. But whe- I
? it wa? once for all.
I do not think they have learned
or will ?>ver lean, in the German
?ense, 'he ?lerman lessor? of hat R it
they are beginning to DBSers!
loathsome a thing li th ? Genaaa
hate; since it ia but the true esprss
?ion or' the true German nature W?
?hall never b? gentlemen," said the Ger
man general In tho same brSBl
which he foretold that the E
would always be fools; laly, tool?
enough to be gentlemen Rat they do
not la ?he:r folly, as do the Le?
in their wisdom, array again?? t h - r.i
selves ?ho wrath of nil ChristSBdom.
How the Murder Wa? Arranged.
Bat ,: is only this morning that
they have gone so ?traight to the root
of all the evil as you do. Sir Valen?
tino Chirol, who kno-.v? Germany from
end to end and from top to hottoT
take? up yoar parable which is not a
??arable but the plain truth in a let?
ter to "The Times." He asks:
"Can it be for a rrinr?ier? imagine.I
that funeral vor. Hi^sins? would have
rushed Miss Cavell'a execution as h
did. had he no' been certain of hi?
imperial master'? : pproval ?"
G?nerai von Bis'ing'?* Imperial mas?
ter wa? a? tha' very moment Ifl Bel
glum; In touch with Brussels and th?
Governor of Hru??els. The court mar?
tial wa? organized to eonvict; took it
orders direct from th?> Kaiser. Miss
Cavell did not. ?leny that she had helped
Belgian? and English to ?ica?e. Why
should ?he. She hart a moral and lega'
right to. With or without evidence.
bar doses was ?le'ermir.ed. Th? Kai?er
had Brillad and ordered her death. She
was Fn?r'.:?h. That was enough
Each fact, as It becomes known, adds
to the odium of this murd<?r. 'The New
York Herald's" sentence came, like
roar . from ni*m?s the Atlantic: "M??!?
to for the firing party in Belgium, 'Worn
en firct.' " But I suppose no German,
whether in G?=raiany or in German
America, can understand why Eng!i?h
and Americans al.ke execrate this
?iormar. ap;rit Brd German act, nor why
we all speak in the same hushed tones
of M:?s Cavsll'l "martyrdom."
Is B martyr to German hat?
an?l to the baseness of the German nat?
ure t'jward women. We ail know how
women arc treated in Germany; a Ger?
man wife, BOmethtag between a mistress
ar- I a household drudge, chivalry is a
word unknown to the German; a thing
to him Inconceivable. On the contrary,
tho weaker his ton the more hellish his
delight ir. torturing and killing. Never
will I e ir.df?r?*and why the name of
Edith Cavell, because of hrr noble life
and nobler martyr dent!:, stands hence?
forth hiph on th? II ? 7* Fn.;!iah ?am*?.
Our Minister's Effort?.
For what Mr. Rraad ?Yhltloek, our
? : *i Brussels, did, for his BB<
I ilforta to save this English?
woman from her predetermined t
tribute can !? too hisrh. Th?* Germans,
the oficial, respOBSiole Germans, in?
cluding Geasral ?OB Bissing, ii?"i to
him. deceived him. b.i'tled him by
treachery Behind Mr. Whltlock, say?
the eable, Itood bis government. It
??as therefore to our government at
wasl ngti i l t th? Gsnaaas, aa their
hi1 it It was Bot oaly Mr.
Whitlock bu' our government whom
the Germuns flouted and insult*
their babil Is Kni - ? .i?; lia "ir
go -rriir.ent, ir? the :
son sf our too-proud-to-fight President,
who again, as aira n '.ho eable tells u?,
can find in th.? fresh 'risult no occasion
for protest. He takes it, as he ha?
taken other? before ?t. lyini? down. Aad
??o ??nee acai
Americ ?a ei u*. as
. ?;? ?l??ma?e.
Germai - t that* aalei
ral and SI
enoagh to hit it. What for Got
- could, do that
What ?rreatei . il I destrc
? ? ? . '? the Prim
Minister act the grea'
.vho will attend to ?Tfer the!
lag to Edit Ko, Be
and the reverence -ations t
"his I Rjriish race **il
never f . the World.
The King ami Qaooa.
Nor can these bal : g Germai
the King s I ose heart? g
th Cave 1 sie K ;?'
i of F.ngland
r?os Ebb >:. I itsell
- s,*'.i.r,,l whoa they ?i?;
c ure to Mr*. Cavoll in her bit'? r s??r
r?.w ' their horror at the appalling dee
which ha* r??bb?*Hl you of y??ur chid.
They krcel by the sitar inc." they can
not kneel by bel irr:.' I
Ami Queen Alexandra- do VOR knov
what a stea.lf'asr friend she has beei
sad is to Aaurioa* I <lo not forget
pe you do not, her wordi o
sympathetic friendship to us in th
midst of our last war-early in ths
w'i.r, when Spa.', was still BBMORcd t?
be a formiilable enemy and New Yorl
a<? we ourselves at on? time though
-in danger from a Spanish fleet. Sat?
tklfl Sea Kn g's daughter from over th.
?. a :
"I hope y.uir new? from home Is good
You know our best wishes are wtsl
And that ever beautiful face shon
with a new I i, itv m the light of thoj.
b lly tbough's for us, her kin beyon?
the sea. Her*, ais??, was th?. voice o
the English people. It is again ther
voie? when she writes to Mr?. Cavel
that she "views this unheard-of RO
with the utmost abhorrence," and sayi
"We ?hall alvays remember that sh.
never once fai'ed Englund in her hoB?
Mer Work for Germane.
Nor will England fail h.-r. Let ui
remember also that the King Is owr
cousin to the Imperial butcher un?ici
went down. Tho Kavr stooped front
his throne to reach his prey. He fire.i
the shot which stilled her heart. Bhl
had been the nurse, the benefactor, ab
most *he frii" .1, of hi? own wounded
German soldiers Two ?.'her ~om*!i
condemned to death for the sama of.
fence against what ths Germans syal<
eally call their military law he p^r
?lor,e?l. They were not English.
There la In Belgium no military Isw
The presence of the G.rmans in B*l
giam is the violation of all law; an set
of illegal military violence; out ?)!
which no law .an grow; nor can any
violation of n law which die? not axl?'
he illegal. The only law m Bolgium is
the law of brute and brutal force. All
honor to the woman who swep*. It RRidl
on her errand of mercy!
The Kaiser's Hatred.
It is not the beginning of the Kai?
ser's hatred of the English. It heian
with his mother. He bo*ed hl. moth?r.
He publicly insulted h ? i : a
later. Brails ha was i ?Will*
:am of Prussia officers of a Prussian
<iuar?i? regiment gave him ? i ?
As he sa* i.t table hll nose bled. The
oflcer by hu >,,,!.? o:f..re.i bin i
... f. Said the future murderer of
Ed tb ' i
"N... Tne mora of this damned Eng?
lish hioo.l i get rid of tho he"t?r"
IT.- damae I Eng.lih blood was his
mother's: then tho Crown 1 ?
Germany: daughter of Queen Victoria,'
afterword the Enurou Pre leriek. H i
. hli mother because ehe eras Er.g
I ?D.n't like 1 .. n a colon
voted to tho mot i ?" l.
the zc>.* of bei
I right the ti I? s .?-.-<?
i r ah I be
sd erimo, wttl ?
n atteinlance. Ara we An.. -
; ?re him because be ?if. OH I Q
sl Throne? (,. Of, S.
Hostesses Await White House
Programme l?efor**? Issiiinn
,-.-?? ? !', a* '
WashingtoB, N'ov. u. The Prsi
I Bad Mr?, ?.alt wer.? for a mot- r :
thi-. afternoon in the ram. T?' ?. ?. '
Mra. ??ni' -'nd several ethers Joli ?
I'r- ident and 1 i house!
? ?. Presb*
stead of hia I an? e. Mi
iei * I ' -.-imiiy to a:
i opal church.
A ? ? g effort
week by clerks at the
get the 1 ' e oi II
? .??ir 'or the a il ter, A '
.- ? ?
taining in V? .-? ? .
.* d high oil
mu?' ! ? ? ? .
; to th?
are afraid to
r j fear i '?
eass I Pr
there ai I
r - r* ? dinners for which invita?
-sued. Society W< men
gU< Ita of honor ? . .
from them by White il ra or
! great consternation
I? has I.? en the custom of Pre- I?
to er.* membei. ?
inet at diaaer al tl s Hooe?
about the middle of Decembel
? - ? ? r | dii
corpa n sail) I uU
i.tion, the hro * '
I B a wee?; apart, and these event?
! ., .. I '-. by the re.-- |
? .. ??.. i MU? and ju?l
ar??I so ob, eael letspSlea ami d
beug a week ap..rf.
Saslavsky Quartet in Recital.
The lai -?
i ..a,.,i of Al? i?'.-'*' i "
Wolfe, Han? tVeiaefl aa sa I lu?- ?ues Re
? i- 1. B ' :? ?
Oren? tra,wi |
eOBBJ ? *
s? George The fea'ure of the
gr?mme ?ill be the quartet, "Amer.
ican," of Dvorak.
RHOADES COLLECTION SOLD
All Except a Few ('envase? Disposed of
at Private Sale.
collection of American pictures
?' mod by the late John Ranea Rhoade?
and which, it had been reports i. would
come to the s.uct,on market this sea?on,
SCCordlag to the current is?ue of
? The Amerlesa Art News," with the
I 'Ion of a few examples, including
- ? f Ranger, Twacbtmann and 1
- .Id privately by -
?' 107 Wast Porty-eeve
| Of the collec'ion by
those ?!? si? r- sad the disposition of th?
II is at privat?? suie -?o q
'. '1 b i ? C
. tor i" "The Ar'
.. ? ? riundr?
.. to Ai n nas?ame,
' r Museum, in particu?
\? M \I U GOING <?n ?TO-DA1
SONGS OF SOUTH
AT THE BANDBOX
Mrs. Collingwood Tucker
Delights Audience with
Plantation Melodies and Tl.- ir
\rti>ti?' DttCCldMtt HftVC
1.4 II. E. Mi'EHItlEI.
There a Si
dicative of the u*i.*riy unconventional.
ever? unprofessional, character **!'
enter* ill . ? BB in the Ha
fact that there na, nothing in th.e ?r.
receive?i sftsr enteriiyr the tiny
I to toll ??ho It wa? that ?i.? |
giv? the eatertalameat Mol
raster ?.h ? ?as it could
be gassead from the list sf titie? which
followed the general bending "Songs
of the Old South." A? a matter of
tuet, there is scarcely a definition In
? our ordinary concert-room terminology
1 which woald hu-.e li'te.l the ca?e, for
it was neither Ucture nor concert, nor
evtin that hybrid thing called ? lecture?
It miirht have been well had th? nro
i gramme BBOBtlSBSd the name of the en
! tSStalBSI, bal SVSa 'ha' w.i? forgotten,
cr Beglected, ai <l one had to guets thai
it was Ml*. CslllagSailll Tucker from
tOtSS excerpt? from in-wapapor noficee
printed SB the hack of the programme.
The i hows* sal numer?
ous but extremely appreslatlva and
cordial in its ?xpreealon *>t approvsjL
seemed well ablo to dlspeaSS with all
introduetory arorde. l ike Mr?. Taskes?
?h?*y arare from th.? S?,uth (the malor?*
llty of them, at say rats), an?l If tn?y?
did not know sos persoaally thev Vn??.v
by Inheritance, or ??itperleneo. or intui?
tion the Bong? Bks had come to sing
and talk about, and sh?>*v?l by many S
neighborly nudu?? and smile aad hearty
lauirh how much they enjoyed the re?
minder? of h< r childhood which had
also b?en their?, the bits of ?mlable
? local oolor m the pronuntdstloi >?f
BOm? word,, the humor I I alSB the
r?tho? of her tal i and her ?wags.
Mrs. Tuc'n .ir Bad -n. con
voBtioaal style toe completely wea th?
heart? of h< ?hem
to h**c ins sritisal shoBt the mattai bi i
nanner of h..r serious .!i-.<?.,-1. .
folksoag la general, ??ith which ?hn
begBB bar eonveroatlon ?? th ber aa?
dieses? Thu* ?*? what her oatortali
wa? ? a aoBvaraatiofl ealivened with
anecdote and ?>>ng which, t? i r.| the
rhsB .t ? m tlsl e sad ?tide
purport iiimi.l wh?.l.-. .f,
was, we fancy, like a Banda*?
il couple of decade? ago II I
I'lckinson's home in Cl itl Bat
'.ra. I i?tk< r ?Hi,!. .1 to
in purposu with ?II I
? SI style wa? evi : ; ule
while all through the afteri
? 1 Blonir lines familial
Tribune readers i? Betting forth the
? * -r", ?lgnificancuai.il beautj ? I
*-??.-.<?h in j;. ni-ral and Afro A??,
folksong?? in particular, bul
?l.tir bol.alf wa-i much m??r?
the infectious bat '
"Rejrl Mlatah Rabbit" and bar u?"??i!v
emotional iBterpretatfi n of "*' ('
Hear Nobody Fray" thaa la hei i
meut?. It araa sonsething no? i?> I
of her li?ten?*rs b h?> i
of th?? rosui es of Southei ;
Ufa to hoai
the old M
li?.e.l to pu* *,'? ? i?,
not with the boo! i i
ful impoil ???''
.Mrs. Tuck?*r'.- demonstration opened the
door to BBtMB Bl On II
?it cr?id'- tor of th!?
? notlc? wa? remiadod ?*f how He cam?
. - ? ballad of 'Hi.i-i. <.f
Lineo ? : :ii the history
??i English balls
Af t? r i? ?-?, on
America In a New England
citv. .i ? I br? ed
..-ig put In bia as ? i ? if ths
obi song whieh baa ritual marder for
Its theme. ;, . | '. her family
had been sung to ?iec-p by It for irei -
eratiors. ar.d had BOVOt SBCS BuapSCtsd
the awfulne*? of it? star/? Du' ?he
could recall visibly or.? of It? rupl-.-lii
effects, ?becau-i?* it slwayi made the
"sleepy feeling" come.
rhs ' ??' part of Mrs. Tucker'? enfr?
tainni* ted to "ecular and
religious folksongs; tho ?econd, to a
song of satobsllam day? and two
Erating the humor nr.d pathos of
Southern plaatatloB 1 :fn during ar.d af?
ter th? a si . Then
came specimen? j -tic after?
math calleil forth by ? real folkionga
and the Imitations of them ?vhich en?
livened negro mil . i'.? palmy
days. >;:e sang "Kingdom Comln""
I amp town R lekingiy and
unctuou?ly and "I??* Ole Home" with a
l sper-nl ap
m?ny of her hearers.
C. C. N Y Alumni Memorial.
?pi ,. ? N (?old a
service ir. ?he Great Hall of
- the City of New York
-,-r 21 at 2:4,'? p m. in eom
? of members who died riur
.... j .i |,| -.* 7: a .? ? (.reen
?f tho iilumnl a I'r?*
ment?. Profoeeor ttolB iel A !';.
B ; ? *
Uetatat of m?rrl*?t?s m I .|. itM mtnt
he are? n-'iinl* .I I ? r " i.iiii? ?ii.?l aS?1r?>fc
B, John S. . ? . . r
? * l teraaa, N. J- on ?Sato,
: . Eu
? ;, . ,*.. ?, ??:. ? i Broadsray.
Ir. p. n
.? ? ? l.irla**:!, at convenience
Port < h? *t?*r. N V . N'o
.. 1915, l'r. Norton J. Sand?,
i 70 rears. Funeral aervieea
, his late re?;?: *. ?48 North
liaifl It. SB Tuesday, November 11,
? \,:v:;^.sf?rsVN. t.