THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912.
; YORK'S OWN
SED MILL OPENS
y,rt Up Have n Moulin Ilougc,
Willi ZIoRfohl to Mnko Iho
Wheels Oo Hound.
WINSOME WIDOW" SEEN
, Jjciir: tin Superb Extra Illustrated
Kiliiion or nn Old Hojt
Tlir Mlnimr M lilnw" At the Mnulln
r , i H.iy
.t -r V .
. ..Charles J, Itosa
. ..Klliaheth Ilrli'e
. . . . Emmy Wchlen
at.. It r
Da theatre, which has been known in
ir,. '!H m'.irti.itions, and was last the
,.. ,irk received Its audience last night
(r a ti"' tiatiin. It 1h now tho Moulin
i ,i.' I If then" wan anybody In the
'.l.-n Ignorant cT liimlovtiril French
. i . ' Know th:it thoe words tnruri
i - .' " Ins a-xmiso Is forthwith missing,
i i i;i.Id, who ha hithrrto confined
,. 'r iiplis to the roof of the building
i ( -trendies along one side of lacing
r- i re, c.vne downstairs to act an
, r' -. of the now enterprise". Once
r- i" met the taste of his public with
i -. usual completeness. There
i-ir- fr Hires of a Ziej;feld success in
' m.o:r.o Widow" Inst night and
.r s an additional ns'et in favor
el f la" heciiUKu the astute maunder,
! ii i lr himself with a vehicle which
i .' id pes ass home dramatic form, had
art ii iinrlos II. Hoyt's old farce. "A
,r. in I'l.inaton-n" as the basis of his
indertakitu. This he had extra
, .t''d until that expert farce became
n -i tvfirle of :ayety and beauty quite
leynitl it" original form. Then most
t( he Irminr was preserved, some was
tcM-"l an I there was something besides
t:,ks aiid tanvas und the allurement of
i . l.iatT wing of the company to de-
Z t ie alKilence.
I rip to ( hinatown" lends itself
ti - !c li treatment rather better than most
uf i he lloyt plays. Its manner was always
tint of the Trench vaudeville and its hist
ice power are stouter than those plays
hi h wore merely exhibitions of local
h'.ti.or Then its elsxtic form enabled
Mr Z.iecfeld to Introduce all the specialty-
Mie-sary to the scheme of his enter
tAiim.etits Krom those ix-rfonners in the
pc.-e when a quarter of a century ago
i' B- acted for some Ooftimes at the
Ma!. in Square (Idrden then was one
1 1 im -ern in the same role ho acted there.
Ihi- was llarrv Conor, who as Wttland
vi was a imtent featuiv in the succet-s
f the nl.iv so long ago. Hut the audience
.-' nieht witnessed a illicit v oak that
hi I sprtinif from the amusing acorn
:i..' satisfied tho public of a ciua.'ter
enlurv hko What a text there Is for
i in tuto on (hanged tlieatricat conditions
i'i the hluvi. public to-lay c.emands
i . : ,Di hit ions fonrs. for its fun.
b .dditioti to Mr. Conor there were
I .r' - !(i.s. Flunk Tiiinev. Hurry Krlley,
I I 'l"- King, l-ooti hrroll, l.iuiny xhi
i" h iheiino Hriis?. Kathleen ("'lifterd,
" Ut and the Dollv .Si'ters to add
nv llile bit of fun to "The Winsome
' 4 iw " Hut it was from Mr. Conor's
rue reproduction of his old i-oniii.nl-
it the tlfrcthe fun of the play camo
mcht His aniiisiiiK exhibition of
ir i't liftenin,: to a sentin.ental
'cis irrepressible thirst mid spirits
toiitimiou application l the
' i tnr-tcr to the thick of his neek
t .o itindeiitn I .wit leallv amusedtlie
'ii :i It longer the humor of a play
- "ihi its nnisieal ncconiwni
r .s cliowti when Mr. Conor and
' - Whele i kiiic the famous "Heiiben"
Hi ai fell iinte fat und a re.eti
' l "ie I rewery sour made little more
.on iln the other hind, the
f th" "itti.itioiis iii wnicti Mr
' !.i;'itsl whs nearly as potent s
' iiond plays and "A Trii to China-
one of them are after all
' 10 kill
new experiment cannot tie re
a. ! I .is more than a rather elaborate
" t ill" Hoyt farce. It Is none the
i oine for t'liat reton. I'liiye will
ti i tielaloratene.,sin thecostuininK,
i in. iiirttter of taste and oriiitiai
i rxiderably below the prevailiiiR
.ui i l.e ciiht of such incidentals is
t'orlunt in comparison with the in-
in di-icn and the control of color
.iiv expected nowadays. In these
Hie costuming of "i'ho Winsome
1 ' f-ll unite heiow th New Vork
much were not exscted nowadays
ff ti pretentious performances 'it
" i .'ii he necessary to observe that
' ' n.il ,ii-'cts of the revival were
1 in. ..ns what they might have been,
' ' '' i' elder was a graceful accomplice
n ' v i oi.or, and U'on Krroll danced
lose uf th wcond act, danced
- me of the virtuosity that the public
i i in expect of him. There were
i.-ers to ndl variety to tho per
1 e. which is in fact at its very
' "in it retains the spirit of "A Trip
' ' .iti'wn " So for rex-iving this
t Ii. x" In its nresent elaborate
' " piil'lin has cause to I grateful
COURT WONT JlUN PLAY.
Il.-fi!e li Xppolial n Itecelver for
Hi- lllnelilnr Iii l.lrlilrr Knit.
not the province of tho Supremo
f iin-iune the responsibility of
i-(ht'i productions," said Justice
I'm i .ff csti-rday. "I shall certainly not
" . i.' t'ii court In productions of theatri
r .' ' ii'ures "
1 ' llisnhoff made this statement
ti . i
ur,. of the argument of a motion by
" A Co, for tho appointment of a
w for "The Hlueblrd," which the
' ' mid I.eeShubert obtained from the
I Neat re, and over which the bieblers
' siiiMir Shubert for an accountlnc.
i.U"! I ntermyer, aVpearlng for Mr.
' s.iwi timt allegations that Mr.
is weak financially are disproved
' ie fiict that ho owns more than
"'" in real estate and that hlstheotri
1 Merprises do a business of $4(1,000, -
i for the Lieblnrs asked Justice
' " 10 appoint Mr Khubsrt receiver,
' "nn wouldn't appoint any one else,
' court said that there would be
xer und also denied the anplioa
' n't injunction restraining Shubert
' ' ' 'inning to book "The Bluebird."
' 'ourt suggstei that a bond of
" '.e nw by Mr. Shubert, and Mr.
'rrmer i-aid nis client would file A
1 nid Instead,
r, X'underhllt Oolnaj Abroad.
and'Thllt, Bccompsnied by hr
M s Mnude Owynn Shophard, will
1 i'dueday on ths Carmtnla.
1 n hi Kurop about two months.
'r ier return Mrs inndorhill will
Newport vlUi. th Hrrakeri, wbtr
Pbm the lummir.
WAGNER'S COMIC OPERA.
!. Urank NIiiki .oo.l-liy mid r
turn Toarnnlnl Conduct It.
Theso aro tho day's or final appearances
for Hie season, and In "Die MeisleisliiKr,"
which was given at the MctroKlltatt
Opera House lost evening, tho tallest
tenor, LeoHlezak. sand auf wiedersehen."
Much excitement was caused recently by
tho publication of a story that Mr. Slezak
would not return, but he sings nil rnvolr
and not good-by. Ho will pervade tho
stage again noxt xvinter if nothing
happens. In the meanwhile to him or it.
Walther ton Molting, the gallant young
Hitter who declared to the consternation
of the molstersiugers that hU minne
singer master was Walther von der
Wogelweldo, hod Mr. 81ezak as his repre
sentative last evening.
s Sensitive npcragoers will probably
prefer to witness Mr. Slezak's agonies as
Olrllo or to drink In excitement with his
"Die qtiella plra" In "II Trovatore." Mr.
SlezAk Is a very robust person and his
vocal style has not the lyrlo elegance
demanded by the fluent melodies of the
tnusio of Wagner's comio otera. Mr.
witherspoon, who was the I'ogncr, was
also heard for tho last time, but most
important of nil perhaps was the fare
well how of Mr. Toscanlnl, who sails for
Kuropn on Saturday to hurry to Genoa
and there take ship for lluenos Ayrea,
where he will conduct a slimmer season
at the Colon Theatre.
Mr. Toscanini was warmly received
when ho appeared last night and was
heartily applauded in the course of the
evening, the distaff side of last night's
cast comprised Miss Destinn as Em and
Miss Wickliatn as Maadalrnn. tlermnnn
Well xvas the Hans Sack. It was a good
performance on tho whole and tho audi
ence was large.
'THE PINK LADY" IN LONDON.
Critics Prnlsp Mnslc nnd Actors, lint
Not the Piny.
fptcint Cable Dttpateh to Tiik Srx.
UoNiioN. April 11. McLellan nnd
Caryll's "The I'lnk Iidy" xx-as produced
at the Globe Theatre to-night nnd xx-ns
accorded a very hearty reception. Frank
I.alor achlex'ed n great personal suc
cess, xvhlch was shared by Alice liege
man, Alia Dovey and Lionel Walsh.
Mr. Cnryll got n hearty call, but Mr.
Mcl.ellan could not be iersunded to ap
pear, although there were long and re
peated demands for hlni. The critics
were not Impressed by the play, but
praise the music, the acting of Mr.
Iilor nnd Mlas liegeman, the scenery,
the dresses nnd the pretty girls.
A NEW POWERS SHOW.
He nnil "Tito Mttlr Ilrlilpa"
I'nllotT nt the Cnslnii.
The engagement of "Huron Trenok" at
the Casino under the mnnakrement of Fred
C. Whitney will Iw concluded to-morrow
nluht. The succeeding attraction, which
will open on Monday evening. April wil
tie .lames T. Powers in "Two Little' llrldes."
The thentre will he closed for the week of
The music of "Two l.lttle Hrides" Is by
citiKtaxe Kerker, who recently, returned to
this country from (iernianv. The book nnd
lyrics are by Arthur Anderson and Mr.
Powers. The original (iermau book wus
by Winner Hnd Wlllielm
The "'two l.lttle Hrides" of the story
are nlayed by Frances Caineron. one of the
Impersonators of " The Merry Widow" dur
ing its New i nrk run, and Miss l.elnlliiu-lies
xvfio hss heen iitipe.iriiiir ns Aminn In "llie
Chocolnte Soldier " Other leiding Players
are Waller Ijiwrence. Forrest Winnnl
I'eorito I'niincefort, Mieriniui Wade und
Melissa Ten Kyck.
Mr. Powers's role is that of i'iivrri
mimn'frA He nd s Iriend, ' mnt Hun.
are both under innsi Mncul.ir lrcumtni im
toned to marry two xoiriu m IhwI jjirl.
whom they Iminediately cieeit Hint Inter
hnxe untold diniciillies In wiimilU' tuk
I't.e piece is in two ni Is.
Plnja unil rts)erfi.
Th Mfiia hrln lliml will Blf s con
cfrt itt t!i- HIipmJrntn- on Sumlsy nlcht.
April 14. ThU will p.. thHr nrt appsranr
hefere th New York public ll'fl'l.n the
Imnil m.iny srilwlH Rppearlnir In New Vork
theatre will take part In the innrert. aiel
the faiiturc act" now appeurlni; In the Iur
har ilrcus at the Illppoitrutm will h1o he
The openlnK rerfornianci of Hie rewi.il of
"HuMn Ilno'l" by the tic Knen opera I'oni
pany will he held at tin1 New- Ametrril.im
Thiatre en Mnnd.iy nlclit. May . The the.
litre will he closed fur two werka prextoUH
to the epenlnr
l'le hundred inanihTe of the In-er-Seal
.XKimt'lMt"!! have reserved weats for te
nlfht'H perforinanri' of eoVPr twIm" at
th. Kniplre Tlieatre. It la the twelfth annl
xerary of the orjcanlzatlun of the apaocU
Virile lialy will altm the prima donna rote
In "The Klernal Waltz" when Martin Heck
produce the l.eo Fall operetta at the Palace
Theatre early next ncanii. M1n Daly Is at
preaeni in London and accepteil Mr. Ileck'a
offer by culde he Im known here iMith In
uiUBlcal comedy and In xaudexllte. Two
yeura apo nbe want abroad to hludy for
An entertainment In aid of the New York
Kxchaime for XVonian's Work at 334 Mailt
aon axenue wan held yesterday afternoon ut
XX'allacka Theatre. The programme con
futed of (aalhindo, a comedy aluy modeller;
Mortimer Kuphan, hi iilckemi Iniperaiona
tloni. the Cirotterf, dipl'tlnx thai inuelc
land miinnera if three centurlea ann, and
Klnemacolor motion pictures. There wan n
Krancenco llomel haa been reappointed by
Mr. tjattpfavaxa for three year nn an
Mfltant a-onductor hih! ituifilcal secretory of
the Metropolitan Cipvra Company.
The 260th performance of "lloucht and
Paid For" at the l'luytiotlKe occurred yea.
terdsy. Tho resumption 'if "extra" Thurs
day matinees At this theatre has occurred
with the opening of the K-ister season.
Lewis XValler will le his fiftieth New
York performance of "Monsieur lleaucalre"
at l)ly' Theatre on Monday olenitis;, April
Mr. Waller had Klw n presentations
of "Monsieur Heaiiiralro" In KnKland before
his Initial American appeiaraiii - In this play
at Daly'a nnd enperis to continue the pro.
durtlon without Interruption until he has
ttaalned tha 1,000th performance,
The atudents of lie Witt Clinton IIIkIi
school will present (lllbert A .SiiIIUhii's
comic opera "Pinafore" nt the f 'arm Kle
Lyceum t o-nlaih t and to. morrow, night at
o'clock. Jn the cast will tie about a hundred
students, the pick of the school's 3,t00
voices. Unlike, slinlhir performances by boys
the women's parts will tie sunir by real so.
pranns and altos, as they were composed to
be sung Instead of having (enure render
these parts. The Ue Witt Clinton Orchis.
Ira, under the altrretlnn of Joseph I". Hon.
nely, will play the Instrumental accompani
ment. The "Texas Tommy" dancers will make
their first appearance before a New Vork
audience to-night at the Winter Garden.
Thert are etihl dancers The rianco takes
Its name from the fact that It was discov
ered In fan Francisco by Mrs "Tommy"
Smith, who hart come originally from Texas,
and was known to her frlmds as "Texas
Tommy," hence the name wn given to the
dance. The eight dancers who are to ap
pear at tha Winter Harden won their places
In a contra! whlsh waa held In Pan Kran
claco. Melrnpolttpn Opera Heappnlntmetit,
Franreaeo Homel has been reappointed
by Mr. (lattl-l asnra for Hue" rurs n
aaslstnnt inndtiitr.i nnd iiiuuu n le ary
of tin MctrupuhtiUi (iura tluuat.
Tli" wedding of Ml
Annette UK-k ey,
n d.iuirhter of Mrs. Illchnrd W. Iluckley,
to Philip (iraiidiii McKndden. a sou of Mr.
and Mrs. .luhn Howard McKndden of Phila
delphia, took place yesterday afternoon
nt tho house of the liride's mother, . Knst
Saiventy-thlrd street, tho Hev. Tatlier Wil
son of Si. mcnt Ferrer's Church oftlciat
Ing. There were decorations throughout
the house of pnlms nnd daisies.
I lie bride, who wns eiveti away by her
brother, Mortimer (i. Iluckley, won-a gown I
of white satin trimmed with point laro nnd 1
a long i ourt train. Her xell of point laco I
wns held tiy a spray of orniige lilo.onis i
nnd draped over the train. She cnrrieal
n boiitiuet of llllcsof the x alley. The Misses
Marie and Adelaide Iluckley, younger sis
ters of the drills, were m.iids of honor
.inilThe) only attemlHnts, hey wore sown
of cream wit in oxer pule pink chiffon and
pink lKhorn hats. 'I hey carried dououets
John Howard McKsdden, Jr., was his
brother's lest man. 'I Fie ushers were Ster
ling Post ley, Horntius Shonnnrd. J, Temple
liwnthiuey, William P Jenks. Waller S
I liompsun nnd ,lni'r llrlnton. Imme-
dl.'ilely idler the cereinoiiv there wns a small
rei .t i hi for relatixesnud intimate friends
Mr nnd Mrs. McKsilili'n left for Call
forniii for a nodding trip of sexer.il months.
I'll")- will spend lhl summer in Isllp. I.. I.
nnd when in New Vork will live nt tho UiU-
I lunula nil. Mfiekcinrle.
Mls Sophia l'.Ue Mackenzie, slsler of'
Mrs. William Drew Dittmur. was innrrid
lo Alger Muir HouclAiid in lite ballroom
of the Hotel St. Hegi- last night, the Hev.
Dr. John l MncKuy, paslor of the North
Presbyterian Church, officiating. The ball
room wns decorated with smilax, daisies
mid Kaster lilies,
The bride was glxen away by hr brother-1
In-law, Hurry II, Ijtldlitw . she wore, a gown I
of while (hnrmeuse with a long court train
trimmed nt the skirt with rose point lace
Her veil of tulle, Hindu in cap effcit, was
edged with rose point lnce. Miss lln?c
Mackenzie, cousin of th'. bride, was maid
of honor Her costume was of cloth of gold
,i I .. I.I l.l I - - A. ..,a .1... ... I
iitniiii.il null suiti IIMIM" I .learn tanta eiifta.ua.
r,...i i,n ,.f t, r.. -ii,,. m.1,1,1. 1
of honor was Mrs. Charles I'o nowir.
a sister of i he bride. She wore a gown entertainment given nt the Hotel Astor
of pink chiffon with n coat und train of blue , yesterday afternoon by Haul and Mar
charmeuse nut! carried n bouuuet of pink guerito Kefar, of whom the former la a
'I he bridesmaids were the Misses Marion
llaileyand Augusta Allen. They wore coats
of hand painted chiffon over pink and blue
channelise and carried boiuiuets of yellow
roses. 1 he Misses Doris Uildlaw, Ixatherine
Pearson und Margaret Dlttmar were Mower
girls. 'I hey wore white dresses and carried
hate tilled with marguerites,
(ieorgo Thayer acted as best man and
the ushers were Dr. Churlew (larslde, I. V.
Pearson, K.dwnrd Cone and Charles Handera.
After the rnraiiionv there was a reception
for relatives anil friends.
Miss t linrlotte (ieslne Talbot, n ilnilghter
of Mr and Mrs, Charles N. Talbot, xvns mar
ried to llodney (I, I nz in St Agnes s t Impel
last nl Bid .the llcv Dr. .Will lumM. Bellinger. M,LatlHi painter; Hohart Nichols,
vicar of the church, officiating. painter: Charles Hewn, painter; Eugene
Ihe bride entered the church with her H ,che ,,,ntPr; Susan Wntklns. palm
rather, who gave her away .she wore a I . xvilllnm xvrnt. painter; Muhonrl
gown of white satin trimmed with duchess . young, sculptor.
nnil rose point ince anu a tune veu. nne
curried a bouuuet of lilies of the valley
and white orchids, Miss Margaret N. Talbot,
sister of the brltle, was maid of honor, Her
gown was ol green chiffon over white satin
and she carried a bouquet ot daisies. The
Misses .lean Daniels, Charlotte Shrady nno
Amelia Heck ol this city nnd Josephine
Dickinson of Providence, I!, were brides
maids, 'I heir caislumes were similar to ths
iniild of honor's and they also carried bou
quets of daisies.
Stuart s, I'n, brother of the bridegroom,
whs best man, nnd the uher were Arthur
Tulbot, brother of the bride; Stanley J.
I'jinii, William Klnibeland Charles Tevay,
Immediately nfter the ceremony there
was a reteptlon for relatives and Intimate
friends at the house of the brlde'B parents,
S.v. West lixitli street Mr. and Mrs. I'nz
left for the South on their wedding trip.
K lc Thomson.
The marriage of Ml.s Acnes de (Itelve
Thomson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Thomson, to Thomas Francis Kyle, Jr. took
place at s o'clock last night at the Scotch
Presbyterian Church. Ninety-sixth street
and Central Park West The ceremony
was performed by the Hev David G, Wylle,
I). D . pastor of the church, assisted by the
Iv iluyd MrCleary. The church decora
tions wer palms and pink roses. Following
ths ceremony a reception was held at tho
llolrl Malestlc, at which a buffet supper xvas
The bride's wedding gown was of heavy
whltn satin draped with old point Ure, She
wore a tulle veil w th a wreath of natural
nrnnuu blossoms nun curried n hnuuuct
of roans nnd lilies of the valley Her slsler,
Miss I llrnhnth 'I hotnsou, wns maid of honor.
si.. .im ii gown of pins i ici e meteor un.i
rsiiritd pink rotw. ihr were twu lluer
The Democratic Convention Is Now in
girls. Jean Thomson, a sister of the bride,
(and Marlorle Kxuns
i Hnymond He Nice acted ns best man, nnd
j.ie iii-nvi Mi-ia- .aanua lliaa. aiiajua-ia
i Hitting Hawthorne. Thomas Long and
Marry Ix. Scranton
McAnrn j Xla-acr.
I'lill.iliKi.i'Ul.i. April It. -Harold D.
McAneny of New Vork was tnarrlod this
evening to Miss Ann Irwin Megeo at the
Calvary .Methodist Church by the llcv,
(ieorgo W. Ier, usslstasl by the ev. (leorce
Hlckley Hums Mls Meiree Is the dnugh-
'er of Charles Thomas Meiree, a broker,
Miss Magee was attendi'd by her sister,
Mrs. Ward C. Henry of lies Moines as ma-
tron of honor and Miss Lecllla Ivelley bs
tun Id of honor The bridesmaids were Miss
Helen Itoderts and Miss Dorothy Welmnn
of New Vork. Miss Julia (inrwood of 1 .n li
ra t or, P.i., Mrs. Hurlhurt lltinisley of
Cranford. N. J.. Miss Delia Hall and Miss
Marjorle Men.imln ot this city. Mr. .Mc
Aneny was attended by his brother, lon
ard McAneny. as best man. 'J he ushers
Itaymond Hrowers. Albert Honey. Solwjn
Pevear. Ceorge tlouire. Hurry Dounce nnd
Wani ( . Henry were from New Vork.
WILLIAM DICK"S WILL.
I.nrarr Calntr ait the MiKiar Xlrrrhniit
(iocs in Sou nnil laiiarhtrr.
I l.e will of Wlllham Dick, the sui-nr nwr.
chant and real estate operator, who died on
I'riday last, was admitted lo probate yes
tenlay In the Surrogate's office In llrooklyn.
.No statenient n to the xnlue of the estate
has been gneii, but it isostlmtaed at sexeral
millions, The wi.l is dated March 10, lima.
and there is u (odi'-ll dutid July :, llK
I he entire estutu is glxen In eipial shares
to the children of tne testator. J. Henry
Dck or NliP. I. I. and Mrs, snna Mar-
cnrelta Mnllellliiaoer of llnv Shi.r.. I l.e
house at IM South Ninth street in which
Mr Dick lived for many years, with the
stables and contents, Is given to the son
in consideration of my sou having a larger
family than my daughter." 'I he son and
son-in-law, J. Xdnli'h Mojlenli.iiicr. are
named as exa'cutors.
( iinerrt ait Mr nnil .Mrs. Ka-tcc.
The waning of tho musical season al
ways brings with it some interesting
. , . . . , ,
minor concerts crowtlixl out of the busy
, days of midwinter. One of these was the
violoncellist and tho latter a singer.
Both ore musicians who unite sincerity
of purpose with taste and skill. They
programme had much variety. Hoefller s
"Hansons la gigue." which might tie beard
1 oftener, hod another appearance, and there
were also songs by Mrs. Headi, n llllnm
Hummel and MacDoxvell,
.N'ntlonnl Aenilemy Klrctlnn.
Fifteen nssnrlnte members were elected
on Wednesday night nt the April meet
Ing of the National Academy of Design,
They were Louis Hetts, painter; Charles
Hlttlnger, painter. Cyrus K. Dnllln,
sculptor: James H. Kruscr, sculptor:
Frederick Karl Frleseke, painter i Wal
ter Griffin, painter; Hen All Haggln,
painter : James I.le, painter : M, .lean
Notes of the Soclnl World.
Mrs Itcdrnan W'anninnker will alive
dane to-nls-nt nt Sherry's.
Alfred Macy, who will marry Miss Unrnlhy
T. Ilayden next Thursday, will Rive his
farewell bachelor illmu-r to-night,
Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Kellgman will bale
tn-day for the Virginia Hot Hprlnss.
Mra. Hllhnrna L. lloosevelt will give a
dinner to-night for her niece, Miss llasiir
I,. Daxls, who will he. married to Lnwriiue
Howe to-morrow In the Church of the In
carnation. Tha Insl for this season of the Prhlti)
Junior alnncrs will he glxen lu-nlght nt
Miss I'.slher A. Uuiu'kinliii.h, dnughter of
Mr nnd Mrs. Lambert Suilnm Quncken
bush, will bn married to llerberl c. Ilirllnc
this evening In the Mudlsou Amine Pna
Mr. nntl Mrs. William II. Shaphrfd "111 i
go in Kurnpa line In Juno to spend the
Mr. anil Mrs. Kdward la. Mois of tKtmk
hrldgi'. Mass, aro nt the ilotham for n short
Mrs. William II. Hags nf Albany gave n
theatre party laat night Sha took her
guests to the Lyric Tlieatre and aflerwnrd,
to tha St. Ksgla for supper
Mlaa Allra I.nunabtrry fava a lea In tha
Pall Mall room of tho Itlti rnrlmn es
terday, ... ... u. n. ,.., nrnsii. nr. ai.n
Mr. and Mra. naglnatd nmska are xlilt
tng Mr and Mra. Unity Morilimr lb .. a
at : fifth avanua feature lh" k" lu tin
x uilnla Hl Uiirlaa,
Veternn Selionl I'rlliclpill Dies nt
Ills Hosts of Heart Trolllile.
Kvander Chlld. the principal of Public
School to, in Knst ib:iU stteet, near V'.agle
avenue. 'I he llronx. since It was openeai
In ttu and tor over fifty vears a public
school tent-her and principal in this ity
It'll deaal yesterday morning Just as he was
genius- ready to conduct the opening exer
clses of his school He went to his office
on the second floor nt h-ilf pnst s o'clock
and after saying good mortiim: to his as
slstnnt. Miss Alice It. Stcnrs, seated him
self nt his dosij ( poj. over the mall Then
he closed hisileslt, remnrklng to Miss Stears
that he would get ready for assembly
As he started to ilse from his chnlr he
fell hack with a cry Ills heat! fell forward
and he lenncd upon the dek Miss Stears
called for help and several teachers w ho
were passing In the hallway came In Among
them xxns Mr, Chllds's daughter. Miss Klla
V Chllds, who shrieked as she saw her
father, run to him and supported his head
In her lap. Dr Vincent (Julnn ol .s!l Cnld
well avenue wns called by a pupil and pro
nounced the aceil teacher's dentil, due
'the ,V,ii scholars were dismissed nni
they tiled out owed nnd sorrowful nnd
loiteteil in Utile groups about the build
ing Mr t hllds xx .is bom In this city in 1M.1
and was graduated from I l.e city Colles'e
He becsnin a public si html teacher when
he was is years old atrial beiran to le.u h In
Public School .xi Alter being In eexernl
schools he was made ptlii.-lpal of No Ai
In -, Hionx In lso After that he was
I at the head of various schools
Mr Chllds leaves a widow, Mrs Klla
. cididsand two daughters, Miss Klla Chllds.
.i m, a.' n ai n.. 1....1 1....... 1... ....
1 T ',' ,"na u- "," ,', V' ' V:" T
I his lallllly at 81 t'.l lllllll street.
. oaugliler Itulli
X daughter. Ituth. died last December
Just ba'iore a celebration wns ti have bei-n
held In honor tif Mr Chllds's fiftieth nunl
xersary us a teacher '1 lie funeral services
will lie held to-morrow noon nt the Holy
Trinity Church. Ia'hox avenue and i::il
Mr. I.. Zelieen Kllke.
Mrs I. Zebeon Duka. matron of the Armx
of the TcnnrR-eo, died on XX'edne.dsy at her
homo In the Continental Apnriments nt
177th street nnd llroadway after hrlef III
ness. Hhe wns horn In I.etlugton, Ky , the
daughter of a Judge nf the yuprerne I'eurt
of the Stnte The Howe family, to avhlch
she belonged, gnxe many members to the
Confederate nrmy Mrs. Duke's brother wns
klllral In t he civil war nnd In Ills memory
she hullt nnd maintained tho I.. '.. Duke
Hall for Confederate veterans In Peaaee X'nl
ley, Ky. It was nt the nnnunl reunion of
Confedernte X'eternnn held In Mobile, Ala.,
In Mjiv. 1S10, Hint the title Mrs. Duke bore
was given to her. She enmo lo Ne- York
sfter Ihe denth In Paris of her husband,
r.dmtind Dtika-, snd she haa devoted the In
come derived from real estate Investments
to works of chiirlty. She wns an active
member of several women's clubs, among
them the Dixie, ihe Itublnsteln. the Har
mony nnd Post Parliament rluba nnd of the
Dsiightrrs nf the Confedericy.
Dr. Philippe lllriird.
Dr Philippe Itlcord, for forty enra n
prin t latin; pb.aslcl.an In Newark, 'died nn
XX'eilnes'l.iy night nf pneumonia nt the home
of his sister, Mrs. Alfred llenjamln of lis
p'liivnn axenue He wns a son of Krealerlck
W. ltlt-ord, Mnyor of Newark from H70 to
l'7l, and wns born on July 5, 1SI3. Dr.
Itlcord wan grmliiated from tho College of
a Physicians nnd Surgeons In this city In H6S.
tils wiri, n sou n. id a duughter s'lrvpe blm.
Ilr. 1'niiii ls W, llonron.
Dr I'm ni Is X llnwrmi died esteriluy
lifter ll hint: Illness it I Vila hulne, 2110 Tonip
kins in i inie, llrooklyn. III his slxty-sUth
vi. u. lb mis ihe son of Watson llowron,
nfiir whetu the section known ns llowron
villi. In th" Ihisiem District Is numed. Ho
was grii'lii.'itcd from the New Veik lipber-
lly iiiedlenl colli kh In l7l und 'lie hnd
since practised hi llrooklyn. He wns u mem
ber of ihe Kings County MedU'iil Sucletj'.
Ills wife, who was Miss IP'orglana Delta,
sun lit s lift its.
XI r. I.niirii II, Dtlr.iea.
l.'iuiii M Dtiijeii, wife of lien, Hiram
Dili-.' i a, nh nun. nnled Iho Korty-elghth
New Vork Volunteers In the civil war, died
inuril.iv iiioriiiiiK of a ciunpllcaitlnn of dis
cuses nt the homo of her daughter, Mrs.
I ". 1 1 i j ti Anderson, ut 174 K.xst sixty-fourth
street lliildea liar husband and daughter
Mrs Dun en Is survived by two sons, Harry
II and t'liesta r II Duryra
.xieciul ri,; lespufra fn Till! So
PAins, April U Charles Morlocli, pr0.
prlat'- of the historic lintel Uriel nl and the
IPoel iln Ithln, tiled h-r to-day,
Alfred S. Mnaurr tn Mirr).
Mr ,ind Mrs Hdwln T. Lanpheir of Fast
Plan irtcticn, It 1., have iiiinr viut e the
eiwnnaiiienl of their daughter Mr- I una
l-KllPheiir Hmltli of thl "in tn iltred n
M , s,. M
s'riiin aleu Ir.uii Hi. ut, , t eiry
.iuiihii Iln Is the sun id t laid ..nu .U t t II.'
I Maourj ul Duavr, Musa, I
THE MUSEUM OF ART
Whlstlor's "Crpinonio Onnlons"
lias Ih'ch 5onfr1it mid Is
Now on View.
.A WHENCE AND A HAEHURX
Piorpont Morrnn Lends His
Collfiption of Morovinfrlnn
Gold, Silver nnd Glass.
A number of Important accessions, In-
cludlnR paintings of the Enr-llsh and Amer
ican school, an early Atlienian Attio vase,
xnmtilert of ceramics and classical an
tiquities, were announced yesterday after
noon by actlnff Director Henry W. Kent
at tho Metropolitan Museum of Art.
One of the interesting pictures among.
the new acquisitions In tho painting.
Cremonio Gardens, by James McNeill
Whistler, which has been purchased by tho
musoum, and is now on view In the room
of recent accessions. "Like our 'Nocturne
In Green and Gold' and Mrs. Untormyer's
Falling Rocket.' and all those canvasos
inspired by Crcmorno Gardens, tills pic
ture won palntefl In tho '70s," says Bryon
Burroughs, curator of paintings at tne
It is an unfinished work of great
promise and would have been a master- J
, , i. . , , nt... i a ai . a I
piece in an prouauiiuy nau n not. umu
for tho intervention of financial troubles,
which led to Its forced salo with other
effects of tho artist in 179. It was bought
at that time by T. R. Way, who has owned
it until lately. In 1605 the picture was
lent by Mr. Way to the memorial exhibi
tion in I,ondon, where it was catalogued
with this description, A sketch of the gar
dens. In tho foreground a number of
peoplo aro promenading. To the right
u gentleman, tho artist and three ladles
are seated at a table. In tho centre aro
tables, and still more tables to the left.
Across tho background stretches a light
wall or screen upon which the shadows
of the figures aro cast. The garden is
illuminated with little colored lamps,
white on the right and red on tho left.
Waiters in red coats to extreme right and
left.' The quality of the work Is more
akin to tho quality of Whistler's pastels.
As a gift from Rodman Vxanamaker,
the museum has received a painting en
titled "Ihe Toilette," by Frederick 0.
1'rieseke, a yoUng American artist, who has
studied abroad, where his pictures have
been more frequently shown than in thU
country. It is on view in the room of new
From Victor G. Fischer the museum
announces the gift of two paintings
of the I-.nglisJi school, one a likeness
of John Julius Angerstuin, by Kir Thomas
Lawrence, and the other a (sortrait of Dr.
Joseph black by Sirllenry Raeburn.
The portrait of Dr. Black is mentioned
in Armstrong's catalogue as neionging
at the time of publication to Sir George
Warrender. The sitter was a chemist
of the eighteenth century.
"The Mouth of the Scheldt," by Jon
x-an do Cuppelle, lias been acquired
by purchase and is considered a repre
sentative work of this master. The picture
was formerly in the I-alsouchere and
Griffith collections and was shown at the
old masters' exhibition of the Royal
Academy In 1910.
"Clearing Off," a landscape by Mrs.
Charlotte H. Comaji, an American artist,
has lieen presented to the museum bx'
a number of friends of tho painter through
Mrs. II Hutterworfh. It is displayed
in the room of recent accessions.
'I he museum has also acquired "The Harp
Player," by Kenyon Cox, through pur
cha'sa, and four pmlella panels, scones
from the life of St. l.ucy, by a Trecento
'Ihe early Athenian Attio vase of the
seventh century is, i. was lacquireal
through the Rogers fund and lias lsen
pn0PfOI1 exhibition among the new acces
sions. It was probably tlscii as a tomli
stono and is said to be of great rarity.
Ihe subject of the chief representation
on the vase is said to be the story of the
Centaur Nessos portrayed in a somewhat
An iiiijxirtnnt addition to the Mero
vingian antiquities has been made through
J. Pierpont Morgan's nexv loan of n col
laction of more thtui 3(ki objects in gold,
silx-er and glass All of theso pieces were
found in France in some ten ancient ct mo
torics through the Marne and Aube x-al-leys,
although the actual place of origin
xx-iis not limited to so narrow a district,
A few of Mr Morgan's pieces in this col-fa-ctlon
date back earlier than the Chris
thin era. it is said that th majority
of tho examples were made in the time
of th" great kings of the wandering bar
barian tribes, the Franks, Goths and
From Mr. Morgan the museum hns
nlso rcccix-ed as an important loun three
large alabaster slabs in has relief, xvhlch
formerly belonged to the Palace of Ashur
nnsirpal.xvho reigned o-er Assyria during
the years M.- to sflo II. C The winged
figure which appears on one of the slabs
occurs frequently on the reliefs of Ashur
naslrpal, say tho authorities on Assyrian
art. The three examples in Mr. Morgan's
collection nr well preserved originals.
Among tho gix-ers of books to the library
In the last month nre William la Andrews,
John W Realty, Charles Halliard, James
P. (till, Messrs Kennedy A- Co. nnd F
Keppel A- Co,
In Nexr York To-alny.
ffnnini'" Democratic Club, meeting, Waldorf-Astoria.
: p m.
Post Parliament, meeting, Waldorf-Astoria,
It A. M.
Woninn's Political ttnton, faster matinee,
Ilepubllc Theatre, 8:11 P. M.
International Pure Milk League, meeting,
Hotel Astor, ! P. M
Century Thentre Club, meeting, Hotel
Astor. ! 30 p. M.
National Mrtnl Trndes Association, con
xentlon, Hotel Astor, 10 A. M.
Thetn Nu npsllon Society, convention.
I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania Society,
smokir, Waldorf-Astoria, S. P. M.
Cooper Cnlon, lecture ey Tlorough Presi
dent McAneny, evening.
American Institute uf Mining Engineers,
mietlng, "'J West Thirty-mnth street, even
ing. Now York lienealogleal and Illographlcal
Social), mietlng. :! West l'lf ty-elghth
street, :3ll P. M.
Charles Dli-kens Centennry festival, Cnr
negle Hull, iMiilng.
ItcpuMlcan club, meeting, exanlng,
ilraim riy N Ighborhoo.l Assnclallon, meet
Ing. M ilruniircy Park, x 30 p M
ooksollnra to tha World
For rltenroer Voyagers, Trala Traxal aasf
t'auntry Ileuses. Conlalu heat Hooka at
In day anal Current .Maaailnce aasj
I'rrlnallraila. Ilellverrd lo all polute.
Mh Ale. anil liltli si., Keti Tark
7.o Ul 109
I n ast ri.iv rif 5nlA
.asMitj v-e- 7 " ay aval a
.John L. Graves
Madison Avenue nt Fortieth St.
Two Sessions to-dny, at 2:30 nnd t
SI15 o'clock, conclude the Sale of '
l'art I. of the Art Collection formed 1
by John I. Graves of Boston Jew-
elry nnd Antique Intaglios, I.ace,
Snuff Bottles. Sntsuma Ware. lane- i
fillers, Screens, Jars, Old Mahogany I
t-urnittiro nntt Antique misix
The Robert Hoe Library
Part III., now on exhibition, will .
Im sold In twenty Afternoon und i
Evening Sessions, beginning on tho
Afternoon of Monday, April 15th. ,
catalogues in two volumes, i..w.
Tim fsneclnl I'.venlnu Inhibi
tion conclude to-night. All lovers
or lino noons aro invited.
Anderson Aoction Company;
NKXV YOltK. js
PROF. MAOIE PRINCETON SEAN.
Hare Bonk From Hoe Kale (liven to
University Vrar'i Olfta faiO,O0O.
I'hincetov, April II Gifts of more than
$200,000 and tho establishment of the Char
lotte Elizabeth Procter fellowships by an
endowment of 1300,000 from William Cooper
Procter, the, resignation of Prof, 11. II. Fins
as dean of tho faculty and the appointment
of Prof. W. H. Magio to that post were
among the announcements made after the
meeting of the trustees of Princeton Uni
versity horo to-day.
The largest single gift announced with tht
exception of tho endowment by Mr. Proo-
tor. whoso offer of a gift to the graduate
school two years ago stirred up the famous
Princeton controversy, was ttU.OOO given
by Mrs. Kussell Sage to complete tho Holder
Hall cloisters, work upon which hag already
It was announced that tho new dormi
tory on which work xvas started this week
is to be culled Cuyler Hall, In memory of
the late Cornelius U. Cuyler, '70.
At to-day's meeting Cyrus 11, McCormlck
of Chicago presented to the university flx-e
Items from the Hoe salo relating to Ameri
cus Vespuclus. These Include the first
edition of the complete account, the very
edition from xvhlch the name America xvas
given to the New World and tho only copj
in America. Great curiosity was expressed
among bibliophiles after the Hoe sale us
to the real purchaser and ultimate destina
tion of the set. and It now apiiears that this
choicest special collection on America in
America was purchased through Mr. Hill
by Mr. McCormlck with tho Intention o,
presenting It to Princeton I'nlverslty
Trunks, Bags c Cases
1S4 Fl,,h Avenue
N W. Corner Soth Street
Above Cortlan-tt Street
Ilelow i: I .Street
Flrt Appe.xrnncc In New York,
UUTI.I. as nil:. Ai'itii, 14TH, nut.
Tlrkels nn sale at 'IVson'a
Pilce t!M to J .on.
lOn St'MXY-"on sale st Aster"!.
Mcr,U)li:.- IIVCKI.KY - im Thursday nfier
noon, prll 11, at the residence of the brld's
mother. Mrs Hlchard Iluckley. M Kast 71.1
n.. New York, by I'aiher Vflnn, Annette M.
llurklcy to Philip 17. Mcr aditrn.
CHII.DS -Suddenly, on Thursday. April 11, 1912.
Kx'ander chlld, r.s tct 110th t aenl M
years, peinxed husband of Klla Deck,
l'uncr.".! narxlrcs Saturday, April 13, 1B12, at
Holy Trinity Church, 122.1 si. and lxoox av.,
nt half (- twelve o'clock.
DtJHYKA - On Thursday, April II, 1(112, Laura
llurnrll Duryon, wlfrof (ien lllrxm Dun'ea.
Prlvalc icrvlccs will be held at 171 KastOllh at..
on Saturday, April 13. at 2 P. M,
HUTCHINSON. In Lynn, Vn April 10, of
pneumonia, Mary Whlicn. only daughter
cf James Abbott and Mary Wldton Hutchin
son, atted 0 months 1 day.
LAWUKNi'E. Fanny nelt tAwrence, aired &9
years. Funeral from 'Tins Foikal
Chirch," 211 ft 21.1 ct 23d st. iriiAXK E.
CAxirniu, Ilt itnisoi.
MAPKS-On Thursday, April II. 1012. Martha,
Halated Mapes, wife of Charles V. Mares, at
her residence, no West Mth st.
Funeral at conx-enlence of family.
O'HHIEN.-On Tuesday, April u. mi. at the Mm-
hattan Fyennd Uar Hospital. IMward Dennis.
husband nf P.llr.ahcth Jordan O'Urlen and son
ct hr late Dennis and Margaret T. O'Urlen.
In the 44th year of his age.
1'iinrrat sendees at tho Church nf the nietset
Sacrament. Broadway and 71st at., on Friday
innrnlmr, April 12. at 10 o'clock, Interment
at Walertovvn, N, Y
ItANDALL. At Paterson. N. .1.. Thursday, April
11, 1012, Jennie 8,, wife of Thomas W, Itandall
and mother of Kdmund 11, Itandall,
Funeral from her late residence, 2nl Fair at,.
Paterson, nn Monday, April 16, 1012, at 1
o'clock P, M. Interment at Cedar Lawn,
S11AN On Thursday. April 11. 1012. at her lata
re-lttenrc, ll bast Mill st.. Anna Worth, wlfaj
nf lletisoti 11, Stoan.
Funeral scribes will ho held at (larriion on
Saturday mnrnlnc on arrival of speiial train
leavltiE td Had Central Depot, in ttl A. M,
Special train will return Immediately after
THAYIIlt Jo.cph S., on Wednesday, Arrll 10,
In his 67t!i isar.
Kerx1' at hl lale residence, 137 Si Jameg
place, llrooklyn, at fc:l'. I'rlnay evening.
' rMANtt CAMI'HF.I.U il-iaUl to. U.lal S4,
vVfeaUltla. AulUvUACO Strvwas Ixt. U2t CBatataVs
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