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ffie Conning Tower
The It.ilics Arc Ours
\\V> I N''', <" mw stoopi to folly
Where 1 .; Sappho loved and sung,
I ft others ling "Heigh hoi the holly V
It ill ti i worl I and love were young,
\v teal hei tattered ensign downl
I ?pc .1 hand jrou cannot sec.
untry, iv.ati the town
An,i ohl the difference to niel
haoua Information to their offarlnga ??ro
. ,j.0 , Wetal of paper and ink. The ne-arspapers,
? M1- "' to the Mohr trial.
? ?? ' ' wife entertained at dinner yester
?a? - ol Bound Brook, X. I.. spent b?t wk.
.<\ ol Ann Arbor waj a pleasant caller
?) . " "
see Mr? i < j Rice ol Stonington wa? in town all
,.:, ?-i to shopping, etc.
" sea \ ? g to England next spring to
? ' se you, Xol, say we.
is* j t nard was an interested spectator ;it
^ Rya. . Wednea. eve. She looked elegant in a
- un the popular bridegroom-elect took
??Iptfgc ' ' e il :t raSc yesterday, being promoted
a vexation, but It K If we? may mint a
?feras*, *?'? ?"? plae?A Thus an advertisement hi the Denver
peat: "leflned ? ?man want?? to meet gentleman \v i t h capital for
Jit | ?asni to have had n bad i.l?ht. In the ?
? ->-j ... i .? #ould like to meet young 1h.Iv botwaoai
w your careful criticism,?
ej your judgment flmj
jret?your tasto in witticism
May not agree with mine.
when I rend stupidities
It makes me mad to think
.' might love some quiddities
That yon throw in the zinc. C. W.
Brisor. v. mmercial Co.?Where the endeavor is to
Ir.c'.ude within s aingle memorial the integration of the parties'
?palled through the use of common indicia
cf m . ad nor reasonably to he apprehended as
mortal are exclusive of the rule prohibiting evi
icr.ee ?-? ? ? 1 rial. In agreements, therefore, as in this,
??? |? : ?? . e included but the actually described duty
ir.d proof o? a . and not purely appurtenant factors for com
atasstioc sn le. That ths-terms of payment are cognate to
not a circumstance for refusing enforcement
s)tas SI B to the detriment of the promisee. Hence it
sASM thai .?? cause may be carried through wholly independent of
. on consideration not effected by it. This, I
conceive, ta : l ? . h an instance after some hesitancy. The duties
sarfbiraed were exl "r.plated intent of the original
rtn '; they ?rere - iflVelently proven to admit o? judicial finding,
snd ses it of compensation was not difficult.?Opinion of
Justice McAvny, printed in the New York Law Journal.
Which remir.ds us of the story about the Chinaman, He says
WhB no aeatrs in the world to b. the h. that fed us, we muat
admit that the poorest of the college comics that find their way to
Sat asss II 'The f.argoyle," published at the highly esteemed L'ni
RVsKy cf U - .an.
The snonymous let W-writers can't object to our attitude re?
fsrd.rg Ml n The Mexican problem is one of two or
? ,.ver m faaj] .0 understand; and when our ignorance is
thorou?''. i atea y to keep off the subject. But, we rush
to add, or.iy then.
?ssaapsUad, according to the Evening Mail, will stick to the
?s-Sati ' and thin. "But why," asks Fran?aise, "the
f::urt> \m ? . ?ick to them through Wilbert Robinson
ssl Rube Marrjuard?"
!From the New Republic.}
6unday, January twenty-third, Is child-labor day, an annlver
Uryor which we remind ourselves that the great tragedy of child
??Sslflasti ntlnuas in the United States. Child labor Is not
?only ov, of our callousness and apathy and greed, but it is by
??? odd? *.v? ? it obviously horrible. It is one evil which no decent
Hrton ?so . i dare to defend In public. Yet It survives with only
. to haunt us and mock uh, to make our boasts
*?'- and our complacency odious. For child labor Is DO
Station of nature. It la not an earthquake or a plague against
en can do nothing but meet on a Sunday and utter lamenta
^*- It is aofjiethlng that can be remedied if only there is the
*?' ee to do It. The Intelligence exists in the form
-t the NV , . | j<a^or Committee under the leadership of
ROsjerj K. I .. ?.. The programme of action exista, and It is
??USSSratfl ef.oirh programme:
?? 14-yeai limit for common gainful occupations.
-? 14-year limit for boys, 18-year limit for girls in street
"? 16-year i.n.it for dangerous occupations.
?? 21-year ?unit for night mCRMTigers.
??? 8 hour day under 16.
*? Prohibition ol night work under I?.
'? ?teqairement of work-permits under IG based on docu?
mentary proof of age, completion of 6th grade,
But the v.rill to enact and enforce this programme hus yet to
One of the things we should like to live to be 500 years old for
f^Piassura are ahould derive from reading old news-paper tiles.
?? 7*'' fol i': tance, w- should look at the flies for Sunday, Jan.
J bl6. "Child Labor Day!" somebody would say. What was
asea Ar'd we ahould have to explain that a hundred years ago
_dr*n \v,.rf, allowed to labor (or a living; and that the thing
*'!y had to be atoppad by law.
SI column conductor of 2010 will be just as sedulous, one Im
saflu? m h'3 '*Uert for tho e,Uiivo K^bsolar novelty. A formula for
m'n?? may be evolved by that time, but we fjoubtlt For?
?a? t/*?itime Wft>VP *?*?* in ?sasaadtofft in polishing and blending a
clos^ this Woof of Woes the perfect, happy ending!
' va:r'. alan! the endeavor to lind a cloalng clover!
e rru?l quest for the final jest
1 i**l aa hart] as ever.
r. r. a.
GIVES TEA DANCE
FOR MISS GILBERT
Mrs. Preston I\ Sntter
whlte. Debutante's Aunt,
Hostess at Sherry's.
THEATRE PARTY FOR
MISS BaCTH Lt?ARY
Van Wych lerris to Wed Miss
Ramsey ?! Wllmi.gtog on
Mr*? ''' ' ? 1' Battenrhlte, of ?MS
Fifth Avenue, gai ? a the danaaat yee?
? Introduce to so
?-'? tj li.it niece, Mi?? rUrotsc? Ollbert,
daughter by a former marriage of Mr?
Cyril P. w. r r. Dugmore, of thl .
snd Greet Neck, Long lalan?L Mi
????te ,- : ,i ||jM ?ilberl were
???ted , by Misa Aim,? Scut;,
Mis? \!. |a Sedgwick, Miss Margare!
Erhart, Miss Alicen fjedgwiek, Mia
Kaien Partei and Mifs Ceaetaae? Pea>
In the ?'veni-.g Mrs. Pugmore enter?
tained ?h., receiving party at dinner a;
Sherry'?, and later took them, with a
1 number of jroung men, to ace "Sybil"
j nt the Liberty Theatre Among the
jcung nun at the dinner and theatre
| party were llarry c. Cuehing, sd, .1
, Iif rri ? nderl I, Jr., George I. Brokaw,
Paul Borner, Predetich Bronsea, 1
' ?snd P O'Bi en, Richard Daviaon ami
! Tyler Brom
Amone thoaa al tl ? tea '???ere Mr, and
! Mr?. John I1, Pratt, Mr. and ?Mr?. Irving
, Brokaw, Mr. ai d Mr-?. Howard P. Ri n
?haw, Mr. and Mis. Henri E. Oelricha,
Mr. ai-.'l Mrs. Howard Brokaw, Mr. and
? Mr?. William .T. Sturgi?, Mr. ami Mr-.
! ? HaTeri v. Brokaw, Mr, and Mre. An
? s >r l. Duke, Mr. and Mre, Robert
Grave , Vr and Mra, A. J. Drexel B ?!
! dio, jr.. Mrs. (?liver II. p. Belmont.Mra.
? . Mis'? Frederick Neil '
: son, Mr? Hamilton Carhart, MiaeKath?
. ryn Da Mil Ired G
a Bristed, Mi??
I ? ? h Riee, Miaa Muriel Oekee,
Mise Grace Bri?t< d, Mi? i Lil an P i
Mm ; Wiggin, Miaa Madeleine
? any. Mis? Marion
; Vera I H ? '?-,
Bache, '. ? Miaa Ad
? - . ? amp, Mis.?
I M ias Dorol Greet
- Pi ten, M -? Hefen ?
Mia? '? ffany and Miaa i i
Mm Howard Carroll gave a dinner
las* i . , ii home, 1 Fast Silt) -
? r her daughter, Miaa
. ' arroll, I ? ? r gueass, i i
?.., ' era > oung friend i of Miaa
After dinner additional i i
came in for dancing.
Mr?. : i [aoary, ? f ?v. Weal
I ? Street, gave a
; ;. ? Ighl for her daughter. Mia?
Bel Leery, taking her guette, l :
two in number, to see ?">
I :.? ? r?.-., aaa 1 I t il ? a,
:'' e ?..,i ? v were Miaa
rotl ' - Maude O'Brien,
laud ? " ' Palmi
ird, Mil i .." \'. .
er, Miaa 1
1 . Mia? Barbera Bhedd, Miaa Jo
lephine ? . .?'- i? Helen I'.arrett,
Mar,? Oaterholt. Count Sairn
Salm, Frederick 1 a ' !?rco., Theodor?
I ? . nhergi Lee French, Rutherfurd
Lawrence. Thomas .Ionian and Dunbei
J. Hornh'ower I?? Witt, of 40 Wcsl
Fifty-first Btreet, ?"11 give a danee at i
Sherry's on February r> for hi? ri!?-ce?.
I Miss Anita Ue Witt and Mis? Mar
, ttta H omens.
Mrs. Henry fseligmr.n gave a dinner'
j !a?t nighl at her home, ?'?" We?t Fifty
I aixth ?Street, for Governor ai >i M n
Mrs. James Dolg Rankin gare a r
rept:o' ;? ? .??,?.. ,, g ?t 1, f
-i!) Claieme.it Avenue, to Intro?
I duce lier daughter, Mica Mary Me'oy
Rankin. The debutante waa ass, it ? l
in receiving ht M s Katnerin? N'a"e:
1 Mis.?? Ali.'a o- Witt, M:?sK l'or.it'iy
Iiowning Dillon, ^1 ifs Waltona V 1
i kenn. Miaa Beatrie? Wetsel, Miaa G ae?
?, " . Aryleni Cr? ghten, M ?'
Dorothy Btokee, M ist Margarel Mente
! and Mi'-;- Taney Keplinger. Receiving
with Mr? Rankin were Mr-. W ei I? i
i pi Hip? and Mrs. W llliam 11. Peek
The artists who will ajp'-ar at Al?
bert Mori Begby'i musical to-mer
I row arc '? n e, Oda, Mme Melanie
Kort, i.i n t Bchelling and Eddy
The man lag? of Ml?? Ell ? ' ? G i
verneur Mori Ram ay, daughter of
and M ' im Go ivemeur
? ,-., of Wilmington and ?. ilen
Court, Delaware, to Van Wych Fen ?,
rd< n ? ity, Long leland, will take
it -j r ;o it y i hurch, ?'
i.: r oon on January rector,
i the Rev. I?r. Kirkds, will ofB< ?? Moi -
i ris Douw h err?, o? La? re ? Loi ?,'
Island, brother of the bridegroom, will
he beat men, and Miaa Carol Ramaay,
. ?? - of the bride, maul of honor.
The bridesmaids will I"' Miaa Mary
' Morns Ramaay. Bieter of the bud-;
M -? Valeric Marbury, of ?
? Misi Mai iorie l ee, of PI ?
1 and the Miaaei Vir?,?inia Kirkua, ?
; ?tanre Moore, Eleanor Pyle, J?'"* Kam
i Bay an'! I'' ? ? Hoi ? her, of w ;
ton Dorothj \ an Breeate ic Douw
Roberta and Marg ret 1 ?zston Rob?
ert? niece? ef th? bridegroom, will
be flower girl?. Thi other? i i
Edward Nieell Town?i . ' '?
, City: Arthur ?lu Boi?, of New liii?;
iVlfred du l'ont ( hat dler, Jr., of Bo?
? . ?.. on I.e.tea. liowerd l'y
? G ? Ran ?y, ?Jf Wilmington.
Mr Ken ?, who I? a T? t?te
broker, ? an ofhee at 1 Wi it Imr
ty-fourth Street, Neu York, li agrand
? son of tha late Kev. Dr. leaac F?-rri?.
; third ebanci I or of the Unlveri ? :
Saw Tork, and of th? late i
'.lohn de Peyater Douw, ef Poui
gjfl up || a member ol the K<
Ute Boai : ol Ne? York, the i
of Colonial Wars and the Neu Tort
-. Hi?) irical Aasociati
? Mr? Ferri? will be al I r
: March 1 at 11 Roxbury Load, O arden
WELLESLEY GETS $150,000
(??ft To ne Ueed Te)ward Fund for New;
Welleeley, Ma.?.?., Jan. M a gift of'
|150,000 from en anonymen? gradante
trat annoonced by Presidenl Ellen Pen?
dleton, of Welleeley College, to-day.
The mom i ii te '"? "*'?'? towai I ? fund
for a new admlnlatration i uilding,
which la I ? oeeupy a eenti il | isition in ;
the ne* Bcademi? group of buildings on.
Announcement was made al the tasse
? ?gdwln I-'. Gre? ne, of Boston,
I id b( ? n alt rted preaident of ihe hoard
re, to i sd I
Bishop V? illiam Lawr^jaas? 1
Miss FLORENCE GILBERT.
Daughter of Mrs. Cyril l\ W. P, K. DugmOre, Introduced to society at a
tea dance given by her aunt, Mrs. Preston P. Satterwhite.
LAUNCH WOMEN'S CITY CLUB
Organl-er? Obuin Alfred \ nnderhlli
Suite nt lae I underbill.
Mr?. Alice liut-r Millet ?rill probably
be the president t>f th.- sera Women'?;
City Club, which will i>| on |t i rooms ?it ,
the Hotel Vandereilt to-morrow. I.
club, under the direetioa cf Mr?. Nor?
man ?le K. Whitehoase and Mi >?.??
I ? I, ? 'j si . aed the Alfred Vaader?
bilt suil '-?i door ??.' ? i ? hot. l.
More ? -?hi hundred women
slreadj ai rei>te.i im Itation? t.?
? ? ? ? ???Kin. tatioa, 'l he ?
: in .'..: iar
ticket ? ?? i liy the organisers la?
For president, Mr.. Milli e-pre?
deats, Miai Mai -, Dr? i r, mm i
isurer. Mi I U ?
? ??.???. . h '
I B Davis, M is Ida Tarbell,
Mra. \ .
M i,. ??? M. .?
. Rembaugh, Dr. Qertrade B.
Kelly, M's. Hermann Biggs, Mrs. Ray
Mrs of the
!- t.. : ? . '.
? il questione. Ernest P
r Lip| . Samui 1 Lewiaohn and
Mis? Alice Carpenter are oth??r mem?
bers of thi oraran satien committee,
T be first i g will 1c the first Sun
da*/ In Pel :
COM. EVANS WEDS
Antarctic Hero Introduced to
Wife by Kin? Haakon.
Lord.m, Jan. L'2. Tommandcr F. ft
0. Evai -. lecond In eommand of the
?Vntaretie expedition, eras mar
i ;? ?! in London to daj to " i Elaa
tiania, to whom be
was introduced by King Haakon o-'
Commander Edward RadelllTc Garth
Evan l enjoy? the distinction nf hring
the youngest British naval officer with
the rank of eommander, to whieh be
was commissioned in 1912. He is but
thirty-five years old, but f-inre com?
pleting bis education in the Merchant
i ' School m 1891 his ri.-f riHi
beei rapid, Por meritorious work iai
ing hi nil ? en te in the
royal navy hi? h;.^ boon awarded many
He served in the B. T, Morning re?
lief ihip tu the Discover*' expedition
m 1902 '"1 and ??? -;.' i enarded the
Shadwell Testimonial Prias by the
I oners of the Adm mit y
Two j ? ? he Join I -i ?? Bi I
tie < Spedition. He was lecoad
In command te I iptain Scott, who
; the ? xpedil Ion and with several
ii men loot his life on the ire.
Upon hii return to Europe in 1911
i.,. v.,,. i ri ? nted with King Edwar 1
Vil ?:"i sing George V i foi Ant?
i r,.t ... also gold medals from
Palis and Rouen, and from
the Geogra] bical Boc aties of Star?
leilles, Ro u n ai d v.' wea itle, He m a
member of ihe ! Honor, eom
. . 01
Sorwa-f r"'d medalliat Royal Seottieh
Geographical Soeiatiea ?"J Uvtagatea
gold medal , ,,
' Cammandei Evana was In this coun?
try in 1914 o '? etura tour.
MRS. TUMULTY OPERATED ON
Secretary's Wife Baaerted improving
?n Watahtagtea HeapitaL
Washington, Jan. 22. Mrs. j()-.eph I
p, rumulty, wife <?f the leeretary to
..... | . . ..-.?. ua. oi t rated oa la u
The operatioa was sueres-ful and i
her condition i? ?aid to be improved.
WHAT IS GOING OH TODAY.
V.rf | .' c.. I. a- I ' - M
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. ? i Int*i
?..??? P?i Hall . . U
, Id? fand? far I ?- ?? - ?f a - ?
i . ?. . . i1 p
I ' t ? rrae
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I.- . ? a i, -, :??.?? M !' - M.?.'at? ??'
?. lia:i-:,. Ma. ? || T- :;.,?.. . 10 MM?
fata ? r r r.
A 1 ! ? ? ?. , Urrv^rt.ta:!?? Edward K-a'tif. y Oo:o
ra.l ?. a I UtHI *. "I I. I I,a,?.r V'.rt? t*i?
I .. .-I ? . ?:. Child I.at : >???.' ill I ot Ir.; i
I',-, > -?;. Irrt'? l'l? ? an.I HiiirtHmtt
? i. ta.
a ' ?. ("' a-lw M Itf'l "-??*? at T!..^d?i
M . I .i.. ?lili Sine" a- tart
. ??? M i ' ? ?? -. V.t-?t I. -?
* ? .
A \ ? . S i ? Th.. ???1
raj I ' ' ?
l'.irk At . ? . T . * I 11 |
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1 . . . .?.- i mii fiir.th S?-al ?
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i . l ?? r .,-,.?, . ..?.-??
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!'.>, I.: ? ;ml 1*1, 111:1? H-.retx Md Ui': I a
At.--?, t'M 9 Uk
ORNSTEIN GIVES RECITAL
Music of (its I'lined by PlanWt I
Leo Ornatein, who aspire? to be
S'irt ef musical Matisee, gave his sai
ond piano recital yesterday aftertioo
in Aeolian Hell, Younir ?Mr. Ornftein'
ramme was tvaleaL Tbroughei
there v.??? acarcely a breath of fres
air, a ray of ?untight It was all, o
m ai lv all, I III 'he city.
Opening the programma wai M
? ' ? ? oeed ail veer
ago, at a time when the young pianii
. i ? ? r.o i.v. i r. .. ii.er
wa? .1 ,'i"u,> of h i later piece,, al
i-." "Funeral March I
the Dwerfs" ami "?hree Mood?" The?
have all been heard before, are elev?
? ' egai lleai of any <>f th
i of art.
Cyril Scott, i
Elephants,"wee on the programme aii'i
of coin?'?, Korngold and Ravel. Ther
1. Il.i.llli Ul.lt
Mr. Ornatein la a very clever voue
and a food pianist. If only h
Wind? of heaven bio'
upon pirit end the aun of heave
i ? ? ' i In-.
of the city uill never brir.
forth th" great in art.
INTEREST IN BALLET GROW!
Two Capacity llou*?* (?rect Kues
Dancers at ihe CcTiturN.
Two capacity housei greeted the Ru?
?Ian Hallet at the CcntUCy TheBttt
terday. Ii i* evident that the nub
fie'? interest ii Increasing? as both uiili
were bul repetitions. In the afterueei
our friend the Faun disported himael
to tl. C Of I ?.'''??
to th? uleas of Waseily N'ijinsky, Mr
Massins being the reun. ihe pi
is could he changed with artistic
In marked contrast was "Lei Sylph
Idea," in which Mis? Lydia Lepokovi
?uccerded Ml e. Maclesowa, and sue
aeral latii faction. Tht
the danc s from
"Prince Iror" and ",;chehern*i',e "
The evening programme was "L'Oiseau
?i- Feu, "i. i i . - h avncheuiiee,'
"Carnaval" and "8oIeil de Kult" Th?
popular Bucceaa ?if the Rueden Hallet
now needs BC proof.
Givra Lecture at Symphony Concert for
i oung Folk?.
Th? conceit for young folk? given ?t
egie Hell yesterdey af'ernoon by
the Symphony Society of New York,
Hitcha Fin?an us assisting iirtilt,
brought out a large, enthusiastic audi
? : ?
Mr. Llmai.'i violin defied weather
eonditiona, with the result that the ar
? produced ttrong, pure tonei in
Bruch'? comerto in u minor; the
"I're. lied." by Wagner*Wilhelmj . Sara
;,??'- "Caprice Bataue," end In the en?
core, which hie highly pleeeed audience
.; In ? nnlng from 1,im.
Mr. Damroach, b? tide gaining appre?
ciation by hi? conducting of two move?
? from Dvorak'? "New World 8ym?
? " the Bruch rori erfo and "The
LOuielana Festival March." by Van der
meo b ihorl l<tet
an ' tie piuno, on
the themes that are combined In the
BENEFIT AT METROPOLITAN
"Die Meistersinger" Played for the
l.erman PrUM Club.
"MalOU Lescaut," with Frances Alda,
-. and 8? otti, and "Die Meister
ringer." with Frieda HcBtjaela Marie
Ma", fei.1. Sembach and Weil, were
givea yeaterdey afternoon and night at
the Metropolitan Opera House.
Mr. Bavagnoll conduct.',! the Aral and
Artur Bi lansky, the Gerasaa opera.
Between the acts in the latter, given
f, r the benefit el the German I're?s
? ab. theoi bcslra played "Deutschland
? Alles" and "Th.- Star Spangled
r." both songs being sung by the
IS DEAD AT ?S
Under (iaynor Was
Friend of Poor.
WITH IRON INDUSTRY
! Member of Several Clubs,
Chamber of Commerce and
Trustee of Many Hanks.
Michael j. DruMaSoad, CharitlM
Commissioner under Mayor (Iaynor and
for mnr.y pears nctivciy identified with
I Catholic charitable institutions, died
| yesterday morning at his home, ?VJS
? Riverside Drive.
Mr. Drunimond, who was sixty-five
1 year? old, wa? ?trirkon With pneumonia
aovoral ?reeks ago, and hi-? dentil -.?.-as
eanaed by un ?'tack of heart disease.
Al hii bedside were hi? wife, two of
hll ?ons. Walter J, and Leo F., and his !
two daughters, Ko,.- If, and Mr?. J. P.
Travers Another non, John C Drum-.
mond, is on bis way to New York from
Bern la Jersey City. Mr. Drummond,
however. \vai a reul N? .v Yorker. B?
was educated in the public ?chooll
here, and. being graduated from De La
Salle Academy, entered Manhattan Col
, lege. There lie showed marked ability
In mathematics, and in a ?h?rt time
was an instructor of youth.? about his
On leaving Manhattan College Mr.
Drummond entered the Iron industry.
If?' wa? a leading manufacturer of the
metal for years, and nut with such
??ucees? that he had already retired
when his lifelong friend. Mayor '?ay-i
nor, offered to him the Commissioner- ,
rhin of Cheritiee,
ror many year? Mr. Drummot-.d bad
interested himself in the eociel Bad
i charitable problems of the city. He
accepted the proffered pout In 1 ? 1 ?">,
tnd frum then an threw himself into
' the work of his department. Hi?
subordinates loved him. There was a
laying during his term of office that
the "boss" would go to the front as
, ?oon for a $f.O a month man as he
would for the $?$?000 a year employe.
? Shortly after he became Charities
Commissioner Mr, Drummond marri<-?l
a second time? Hi? brid? ?-win
Helen M. Bi-?et?. They started upon
their weildini/ tour on the Rotterdam
1 the morning that Mayor GayUot was
shot down upon the teaael'i (\<'ok.
The former Commis- oner was deeply 1
wrapped up In th?- duties of hi? office. '
Not a Sunday wert by during the t : m "
that he wa? head of hi? departm? i '
that h?- did not iri-pect peraeaallj
s? ? rni? one of the institutions under hi?
charge. It was his boast that the Do?
; partmeat of Charttias did better work
on le?? money under his administration
than had been accomplished in many
At the eioac of hi? term Mr. Drum-'
mond returned to that retirement from
which he had issued to serva the city.
I p to the time ef hi? illness ha was
always deeplj concerned la private and
public movement? fer helping the poor,
lie was alway? active in the wo ?
?he Catholic Church in New York, ?ow?
ing for many year- a? a member of the
- . i.?" -i. i .the :c Pro?
?? ' tory atul of tin- New Yoik Foundling
I III II ll
He wa? a Member ?>f 'he Man?;
! Catholic. Hardware. Rallr iad and
clubs; president of the Fricndl) Sons
, t Si. Patt ' <, ' ru -tee ill man;.
? and truSt companies, viee-presidi I I I
.the Emigrant Industrial Saving? Hank
' and a mi mber of the Chamber of Com?
BRINGS L. BINOHAM S BODY
' hristinniaflord Due To-day?Funeral
To He Held Tuesday.
The Chrietianiefjord, which la ?lui. to
arrive this Horning from Bergen, is
bringing th" body ?f Lloyd Bingham,
who ?iied loon after the Ford :
party, of which he waa a mai
Funeral icrvieea arlll be held on
Turada . ???. <ii Ing at the Ma r? m
pla by Masons an.l F.Iks. Mr.
niim r> >j a member of both .-<
and of the American Yacht i lub and
the New York Athletic Club. 00
Wednesday morning a privat" funeral
service will be held at loi Riverside
Drive. The interment will be in \> ood
L. SU YD AM LEFT $1.000,000
Will Makefl Nephew and Niece? Chief
Hem li ?artes.
Tlie will of ii tb< ri Buydam, ?
tha Surrogate?1 Court yeetcrday dia
tribut ?.an aatate eal mated at more
To the General Synod , ?' the Re?
formed church in America I
left $10,000 and to th.- Northern Die?
? ? q larj $5,000 Le I i lam? a
nephew, receives $200,000 and all Jew?
elry and silver. Lottie S. Bl ? \ '?'?
Weaver, niecea, are ti receive the in
eome from a $300,000 trust fund for
life, the principal to their I ue if they
Mrs. F.mlly L. Fiylam, widow of a
r of the testator get
of 110,000, a similar amount be
le Jed Frye, a friend The rei I
left ?o Lamhert Buyd . and
rain- L. Muore and Louise S. Austin,
C. W. KNAPP LEFT $90.500
Ki-I'resident ?if "St. Louis Republic"
Will?-?! Entire Eetate te Widow.
St Louie, Jan. tt The [i r en tory of
thv estate \>i Charlea W Knapp, es
leal of "The St Louii Republic,"
und at the time ef hi? d Bl ? trcesurer
of "The New \ork Time?." ho n I pi r
son?l property to the valu?? of $9
of which $67.000 i? In ?tock?. when filed
here to-day in I'robafe C i irt
Among the -toek holdiaga were 339
? hares in the comp?riv that put.'..-lies
"The St L ir.? Repablie" and 280
share? in the Southern Railway. The
eaah Item? Included a bank depoail of
$21,700. The entire eetate waa willed
to the widow.
' V^ ? t1.",), ?a,-??:-.? . \ i-aj?>j.i ? ??*?? ? '*i ??M????- ?????? ?j? ?? msvn.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Wishing to dispose of our discontinued patterns of
Brass and Enamel Beds, in various sizes, SRI shall
at a discount of 30% from our old price list.
Also have several models ni sliding aids Cribs at i
I'i' ; discount Spring? and M.ittrrs?rs 6<?Id In
connection with above beds, l1"; allowed
WHITCOMB METALLIC BEDSTEAD COMPANY,
34TH ST. & MADISON AVENUE,
?nil \di.i rill \. MBH \ ??UK CRT. iwi-ion
KARE PAINTINGS TO BE SOLD
Ameritan and Foreign Work? ?in View
In American (.alleries.
An important collection o? uain'ing?
by arti.ati of the American, foreign,
modern, early Ehglisl ami ancient!
school?, aalaaglag to th? eitate? of ?
the late .1 H Andrew?, OtRetal Brav
ton Ives, Richard A. ? ?ir,field and Sth?
t is, whs sleeed on exhibition ye?terd?v
St the Am. j ..an Art Gallerie?. The
collection in to be ?old a* auction
Thursday und Friday evening?, Janu
ary ?T und 2a, la the ballroom of the
Ar'ists represented is the American
.school Include K,u|ih A. Blakviock, J
lioirart, C, H. Davi , Winalow Homer.
Oeorge Innem. U. C, Minor. .1. M<-\\
Whistler end Alexander Wyant [n '??!.
foreign school hre pietarei by Berne?
Bel' cour, I '? rot ilaubirn v. Diaz, Du
pr?, Harpignies, Mauve, Richet, Troyon,
Van Marche and ZI im. The early Eng
lish ar.d andel I ichools ?tro represent?
ed bv Ceastahle, (Old) Osama, Reya?
aids, Bteea, Van dt.r Weyden and Wil?
A collection <f r\re Oriental rugs,
bronaes and Chinees parcela ni n .'e
bV the latt J. R, Ar, Irew? will be . 'd
wedneedny afternoon. January ig,
Old i hippendale, .-h raton and !i"p? ??
?hite furniture, eolleeteS bv atareden
.1. i', rrv end Richard A. CaaSelW 'Vili
l?o sold Saturday afternoon, )aau?
MKS. MARY V B. SCOTT.
Mrs. Mare fcdoi Brown Baott, grand
danghter of the Bret ??'-nator fnm Kea?
tuchg, died on Wednesday :n the homo
r?r (-rnn.if.-.'her built in 17P? at Frank
fort, Kv She 'vus ?he widow of
Colonel Will am T. Scott, who serrad
through th? C ril War with a Kentucky
Mr?. Brett's father ?va? M??.on Browi,
n well known SdVOCata and Judge for
many years, and one of her brother?
wa? B. Grata Brown, who lerved as
United States Senator and Governor of,
Missouri, and was the Vice-Pre?iden- !
tial candidate when Horace Greeley
ran for President. She leaves a daugh
1er and a ion, the latter a lawyer in
JUDGE Robert bXlSTOH.
Philadelphia. Jan. 22?Judge Robert !
Ralstnn, of tho Common Flea? Court,
of this county, widely known ai a
jurist, soidier and writer on legal top?
ics, died ?t bis home to-day. He wa?
fifty-three years old and was elevated
to the bt-nch in 1901. Ho wa? formerly
i. member of the national guard and
serrad a? colonel of the 3d Regiment
?luring the Spanish-American War. In
1892 he was an Asgiitant United State?
District Attorney, and aided in the
prosecu'ior, of several famoui case?. '
Judgo Ka'.ston contracted a fatal cold .
while In Pittsburgh on December 27,
when he address.>d the Allegheny Dar
CAPTAIN JACOB C. WILLIAMS.
(fir Tai-irap?1. to Th? Tflhun?.!
Long Branch. X. J., Jnn. 22.- Cup*
tain Jacob i'orlie? William?, one of the
hook and line fl?horn-<????. along
the Jersey coast, died to-night at the
I in ? of his ?on, in L'nion Avenue. He
???as eighty-eight years old, and began
following the sea with his father When
be wa? ?ixteen. His brother James i*
active at ninety-two. Captain Williams
'leaves three IOBI and two Oasghtors
One ?on Is ex-Postmaster Lew,, i:
MR?. HELEN 0, L. GLOVER.
Mr-.. Hp'.i>n Otis Leroy Glover,eighty?
seven, died loi*, night at the Hotel
Buckingham, Fifth Avenuo and Fif?
tieth Street, of r .?."union i a. Sha bud
lived at th.? Buckingham ?inco the death
of her husband, Jc'-.n II. Qlever, tblr?
teen year? ago. She was the grand
hter of Herman Leroy, who
. led the town of Leroy, M, Y.,
I she was borr. She leave? two
daughter?, Mil? Charlotte Leroy Glover
and Mrs. George Norton Miller.
J. H. Revision, of Revillen Frere?,
tha far house, yes'erday received a
ra'ule from I'aris announcing tl.o death
of his uncle, Anatole RevHlOB, who wan
,.. director of th" organisation. Al?
though fix'y-nine vear? old and practi?
cally retired from ousine-s, M. Revl'.lon
was'sttill interested in the tlnancUl pol
;, v of the fur r.ouje. Ho wa? also an.
uricle of Victor Revillon, pre?ident of
DR. WEBSTER MERRlFIFl.n.
Pal ? ll --. Cal, Jan. 22. -Dr. \>.>b?ter
Merrifleld, former preeldent of the
University of North Dakota, and at
one time a member of the Yulo faculty,
died early to-day at his home. Ilowa*
?Ixty-throe years aid and had been la
ill health for several week?.
JACOB SMITH RITCHIE.
Jicob Smith Ri'chie, lurveyor of In
suraaea of American ?hipping for tha
Atlantic Mutual Company, died Friday
night at his home, SSI Amity 1 root,
Flushing, Lon? Island, of he-art dlsoese.
He ?ras bora Is Huntington, Long IsU
ii'.ii, and a 11 Bity seven year? oil H?
became chief engineer for tha New
Jforh and Cuba Steamship Cempaay
? eo mooted with tha
American Bureau of Shipping, of Now
' York, and subsequently chief ?jr<y1ne?r
of the American ard Hawaiian Steam?
ship Company, of San Francisco. He
?rsves a wife, three ions and OBe
ML ROYAL L.\Nf,[?OV
Hartley, M. J. Jan. 22. Dr. Rovai
LaagdOn. president of th? Nutley
Hoard ef H??;th, died suddenly to-day
Of heart disease at hi. home. 4 Haw?
thorne Avenu?. H<- wa? forty-nine
year? old and was horn In BsMtoa. His
wife and one daughter survive hirn.
WILLI?. M STEWART M'COVV
Willi irn Stewart Meronn, sixty-two,
a life long resident of PI ishlag. filed
at bla home, M Locuel Street, n that
place, on Friday. Until recently h?
was an empli v of the Interborough,
company. A nephew and two niece?
BUrt Ire him.
Henry M a rh offer. lixty-BlaO, manu?
facturer of art noveltiea for furniture,
of Long island City, is dead at hi?
home, |M Beaba Avenue. His wife,
four sons, lis daughters and el.v.n
grandchildren survive him.
? ??? ?
7.500 Dance at Irish Rally.
M'.r?. than 7..Vio member? of Irtoh
county organizations took p?rt in the
anrual rally of the ortraniuatton? at
the (ir?n?! Central Or era House last
n.ght. Such part of the time as wami't
given over to dancing was ??or?urr.ed In
discusstr.g prepareil-ies?. Colon?! Lou's
D. ?'..?.ley, of tkc 69th Regiment, >.". 0,
N. Y., led the grand march with h>?
wife. In addition to th? Mmniaadlag
officer, 1.0(15 of the "fighting Iri?h mgl
men'" were In the grand march.
LARGE TODD Whlteheese, H. I.
Jan. 22. Mr. nr ! Mm. BUpheg ''.
Large, of Whitehoti?e, ?rr 101 V
engagement of theii lUght , M -?
Bertha Weetervelt Large, "> (, i
Todd, ?on of Mr. and Mrs, Ed-r. ii ?l
K. Todd. of Short Rills, N J Ml?.
Large wa. graduated from tha that
BUle of Musical Art of New York la.',
year and Mr. Todd is s serious'. 9rr?
ven? Institute of Technology, H-h
ken, If. I.
Notice? of marrlnur. anl i1?a?h. tnu.l
be accompanied by tu'.', nans, and adrlra...
Drummond, M. J. I.or!, Mnr'ra M.
Kngle, Jar.ey L. Mttl g?-r, M |
OltUimaa, Henrv. S<. Mi . V 11.
(Hover, II. O L. K. Wright, Sa? ah K,
Lee, Lllrabeth f, WyssmsT,C.B.
nnrvMOvr) -Mieaeel John Pfws*
mon!, ?t hi? horn?. Ill BlvefB4dc
Drive, from pneumonia. Anioure?
m?nt of funeral later. PI???? omit
?NOLI Oa feueery 22. raftered |:,m
re??, Ja'iey Lathrop, eif? ef W|JI ???,
c. F.ngle. Fuaei 1! "n Monday, ?.
try :.'!, at 2 p. m . from sal Reel I
lt., Fiatbush, Hiook.yn.
OrTTBRMAN Oa iWaaselay,
:2, ?after a brief Iliacas, ?t 1 1 . ,
tl?. ce, ?-U M?l!?"n ?v., Mr i , >
termnn. In the ?J 1 v.ar of h . *?f> f?
Funeral ?nrvlr? a II I - hr'.d c Ten- W
??le Fnianu-Fl, F"th nv. a??! Mil ?t., >
O". Moaday morn'rig, January "I, > ?
pilo o'clock, II 's aerneetly rr<iu??i
ed thai no flower? be M
OLOVER Nddenly, at her ?Metdeaee,
tha Buektasrham Hotel, Batatdayi
?Tannery ?22, Helen Otl? Le R?>y, ?
?f John M. Glover and daugal?
the ;.i o Jacob 1.? Hoy. Netlse ? '
LEI Jane n v It, 11
Cean.? Ellaabeth Per in
? ? . liata Colonel '?'? ' i
I.e., of Virginia. Int< Bhep
At ?h? r?-1 lei ??? of her it - .
|a? , lleihrr? M Lloyd, ?4 LI?
Montclalr, N, .'
11, 1016, Martl., H ?? d
Jame? and Loci ette
nf QoOrgC W, [aOI 'I. i !>?< fui ?'? I
be private, Friend? i.'p -
quested n<'t N ?end flower*.
MUNOER At Plalafleld, K, j, en Prl
dnv, Jan?iarv It, IttS, Max Mai
beloved husband af Sue Weber I
tar und so? ''f H Raymoad and flat
tru I? c. Munget-, norvloe? nt th?
residence %\ hi? father, Mr, H. Rny
sj .?..| Monger. 11 Wa? ?
North Plalnfleld, an lundaj I >,
WS, si H p. m. fatermeni privat*,
PCt.TT At her resldeaee, I
Ky, on Jan ? ire 10, Mary \
Brown Scott, wl.'.il v.
?am T. Seotl and leegti et of tl
lion. Mason Brawn, ef Ke< ?
WRIOBT OS Sotur-lav, Jantmrv .
her late reeldei se, Il Eaal i a al ,
Surah K. Wright, widow of Amir, v
*.S' r 11 h t ?ml daughtei of th? ia'.i
William T. and Ellaabeth 1'. Ruaba]
Notice of funeral hen after,
WYCKOPP At Jamaica, M F., leal
Biy Ha '',''1? Cernadla puedes, oil?
of William F. WyoBoif Funeral
lorvleea will h
if ei aeon, at I I e'eioeh, i tad
Flrat Reformed i hiireh, Jameiee.
Tnn ivniim ah \ ? rurri-nv,
HSS Hi B| Hi - ? ?ai i . ? '??:.?.
I.ot. ' I .'?'? I It?* fer ?ele
omee ? Baal im ?t s r
Our Midwinter Reduction Sale
continues this week, giving our
customers the opportunity of
Saving from 20% to 33%
The assortment of COATS, MUFFS and
SCARFS is being augmented daily by new de?
liveries from our fac'ory, which assures intend?
ing purchasers a wide choice as well as ex?
This also applies to MEN'S OVERCOATS,
FUR-LINED COATS AND MOTOR WEAR
for men and women.
384 Fifth Avenue
Telephone ?044 Greeley. Bet 8.1tli ami Mtfc Sts.