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THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
DIES AT THE WALDORF
rt Words Weret "Doctor, Tut
to Herl. I am All
WTFl" AT HIS BEDSIDE
Naval Officer Had an Ex-
Cillnfr uarccr aavuu
M any Lives. .
- Imt Admiral Liio.on Young, XT. B. N.,
died yesterday afternoon at tho Waldorf
Astorli of intestinal hemorrhage. He
was III at-mt twenty hours.
Late Iti tli afternoon as the Admiral
(,tt In lii" chair am) realized that the end
Vs nrnr ho stke his lost woria.
lMclor, put mo into bed, he said; "I
.blmltul VoutiR was In exoollont health
rntil " 3't o'clock Tuesday night, when he
r,,ld, uly btvumn ill. Ho was In his room
t the Waldorf at tne time. Mr, xoung
telephoned for Ir. Hermanua L. Baer
tf Mount Vernon, a personal rrtena or
Tin' Attack did not eoom severe at first.
Pr Rterretnainedwlththe patient through
the night. Yestnrdny morning the Rear
Admiral' condition became more gravo
ami l'r liner called In Dr. Max Einhorn
rf 2i) Kant Sixty-third street and Dr.
linhert K Adams of the Waldorf.
The patient continued to grow weaker.
At 3:.m yesterday afternoon the physicians
leean administering oxygen, ihe pa
t,ent consciousness at 4 o'clock and
died fifteen minutes later.
Word whs sent to Cardinal Farley,
personal friend, when It was seen that
Admiral Young could not live. Father
Hushes of the Cathedral clergy went
to thn Waldorf immediately, arriving a
fsw inmtitos before Admiral loung died
The patient was tuiconecious when the
priest (Jot tnero ruin tne uiei nice were noi
iHnmn.ieriHl. Cardinal Farley and Mgr.
U'wi- arrived at the hotel a little while
site' the Admiral died
Mrs Young was with her husband at
the Mine of his neatli, as wero also Jlr.
anil Mr. Albert Frances of New Kochelle.
Mrs 1 r.mces 13 a sister ot ine wire of
rf Dr Frank (). Young of Ixington,
Kv Admiral Younc's brother.
'Mrs. Frank O. Young had been visiting
her sister and left New Kochelle for Lex
ington Tuesday night. A telegram
reached her ns she was getting off the
tram vesterdav. Sho and lier husband
mil reach New York to-nicht.
I he body was taken to the Brooklyn
,'.,n-y yard this morning and later will
p 'nL lo iifliiiiiKvoii. viueiw nit? luin-rui
vul ho held. Dr ,). C. Hyrnes. medical
director at the Itrooklyn navy yard, has
churgo of the funeral arrangements for
th N'avy Department. The dato for
the funeral will not besot until the arrival
rf IV nunc, the brother
Hear-Admiral Young obtained a month's
leave of abttence on September IB. With
Mr- Young he left Key West, where he
a in coimmand or the naval station,
and visited Havana, then coming to New
York. They arrived at the Waldorf on
September 25. They were to have left
for Lexington next Saturday for a visit
to l'r Young.
( ommodoto M. L. Wood, Hear Admiral
George C Iteiter and Dr. Lewis Morris
llvtrn among those who called at the
. . i - . 1 r .1 I V ...
, L 'C as houii wum ui .-uiiiiiii lunula
ilea' h reached them.
..icien Young wr.s horn at Lexington.
Y" March 31. Is52. the son of Itiehard
1 s .orth Young. He win nppoinb-d to
i ,e Naval Academy from Kentucky and
e. admit ed in 1873.
tut Julv 23, 173, while still a midship-
m wrving on the u. n. m. AinsKa, tie
. mped overboard while the ship was
uxl -r way at sea and rescued a seaman.
1 act received mention by the .Secre
i -rv ,if the Navy in n general ortier anl
t Midshipman oung was awarded a gold
in-ual lv the New York Benevolent and
i ,! saving Institution and a certificate
In- 'he Human" Society of Massachusetts.
iin November 21, 1877. he was one of
the ollicers of the warship Huron, which
wa- wrecked oil Nag's Head, N. C. Ho
lonererl a catamaran and jumped into
the e,i finally getting hold of the cata
maran end rescuing a number of others.
Onlv twelve of the complement of the
Hjmn were saved. On this occasion he
ri ved the thanks of the Secretary of
the N,vy and a gold medal from the
l'n"ed states Lite Saving Service. The
Kentucky Legislature presented him with
a.woid and mad. him an honorary mem-t-r
of th Legislr.mre. He also was nd-Vhtii-ed
'o the rank of mnster by special
ft. t r.f ( ongiess ut the nouiiuation of the
In l7s he was H-nt on Ktwcial duty to
the Parts LxjiomUoii. While in Paris he
rift lined a medal of the 1-egion of Honor.
At nti,'her time he declined a medal
off prl by the King of l'oru(:nl for hero
Ism in having five persons from a wreck
off ihe mouth of the Tagus Hiver.
W'er serving on various ships and in
the Bureau of Kquipment he became an
ii.tr i, t,,r in the Naval W'ur College in
l"7 !t much r.f the time in the next
te-r ears he was in the Ilureau of Equip
I ei" the Itice of the Secretary of the
Navy nnd the War llecords Ofllce,
. He v as in rvice in Hawaii at the time
' the revolution thero. On his return
1 ecaised much comment in official circles
i v Ins teMimony before too Senate com
ini't,.,) in which be attacked Queen Liliu
riK.it a i He also wrote a book about
Wl n -he Snnnish war becan he was on
hick lave lie was called buck to active
. lervve uiiil nut in command of the eun
IXl'iat 11. m and was advanced three num-
ltn i i inernorious conduct In the war.
1 1 urn I'd.) to 1900 ho was captain or the
.rt f Havana and then was made ooin
lanniliu.i , f the United States naval
au .n at Havana.
The Mayor and City Council wrote
h,m a ciiiiitnendatory letter for his work
in Ktinii! hfe and property In a storm
m, h 'M-. ,iried while he was at this post.
I After i w I, veais In the lighthouse (M'rvlce
I l ,is p'ir m command of the gunboat
I Heniimcti.-i he was then aoommander
r.nii ww m eonimand when tho Bonning
' 1 ' .n's '.o.ilers exploded and the ship had
1 1'. he i u, i,r oil San Diego, Cal., In July,
' '.'.prr.tnder YounB was court-mar
t a ... in connection with the accident
in i w,n vindicated, tho court finding
'hif it,,, boilers were defective and that
, inuiiti'ider oung had so reported
""i' i i mi accident.
w 'i ,. mm. of the San Francisco earth-
c lake t-e was captain of tho Mare Island
.Mivv (lni and recelveil tho commenda
f 'I I'm Secretary of tho Navy for his
l 4ft lli the lehef work. Krom Mam Tslnnrl
f t 1." wa, iransferred to Kev West. Ho was
I'rotn. . to the rank of Hear Admiral
ii'.Mitr itiifj. lleHides-The Iteal Hawaii'
OIS I.'hiks IflcltlHe ft wnrk nn nnvliratlin
md a work on archnological resaarohes
A'lihimi young married in Washington,
u .in. is,Pii j,0 i-nrKer or Virginia
He hi.. no children.
THE REV. DR. T. P. STEVENSON.
vteran rnatnr of nefnrmetl Tres
lil terlnna la Dead.
PniLm t.fitu.det. J. TheHov. Dr.T. P,
-'ovcni,. ii .,iMorof Ihe FtrHtChuroh af tho
oiet,n ,,,, ,! (l irjudimj minister of the
I'Dtor-i....! pMnhvierlnn denomlnstlon In
"i.i rv died nt his homo on Klni
"ihu n. eiiuo eiirly to-day, Mo was
1 rtr.rs . i
Kd ur btevenson Uvd until noxt Ut
h would Iihth hpen tisstor of th rtint
Church of tho Oorpiunlors for oxsetly half
a ceniiiry, ilurltiK nmuy years of which lis
sorvoil ns inoilerutor of tho synod.
Dr. Htevptisnu was u niillvn of Ohio.
Ho wi irradttnted from Mtisklnuum nnd
Allnwhrny Thcololcul Seminary nnd Istpr
was ordained by tlio I'lillailelnhla Presby
tery nnd tnnlallpd ns nnstor of tho First
Church of the Covenantors, I'ndcr tils
Dnstorate. lftlllnh lian he,.n eimf tnuiillil Mia
church tins produced a tiumlinr of piom-l
ment church moll, one of them beln tho
Key. Dr. .John '. Carson of llruoklyn, ei
nioderntor ot the Prosbyterlun tlpneral
Dr, Htovonaon la survived by his wife and
five children, tho Itov. Waldo Htovennon.
foreign missionary secretary of the Chris
tian AuocUtlon of the University of Penn
sylvania: Thomas P. Stevenson, Jr., Mm.
Kobort W. McConnsll. Mrs. Mntthow Mc-
Connell and Miss Helm Stevenson.
FRANCES ALLITSEN. '
Rnsllih Woman Composer nlea at
Home In Hayswnter,
fpeHal Cable Deipatch to Tni Strx.
Ijosnov, Oct, 2, Frances Allltsen. the
composer, died hero to-day at hor residence
Francos Allitssn wns born In Ijondon.
where she studied at tho Ontldhnll School of
Music. Amonir her more Important work
are "Sonata for Hnno." tssij "Suite de
Mallet," "Overture Sluvonlnue IKM; more
than 100 son and duets. Including 'Sons
of Thnnksnlvlng." "The Two l'sslms,
"Like ns tho llnrt," "Tho lord Is Mr Ltaht.'
"The Lute Player," "Prince Ivan's Song."
settings of tho poems of Heine and Tenny
son. "Thorn's a uud, "A Dram&tlo Scene
She made her dAbtit In concert stnitnr at
urosvenor uau in July, lft?2.
AMSTERDAM, N. Y.. Oct. 2. Gtorft Mo
Clumpha, a bunlnrsa man of this city, Is
dead at tha use of S3. Its was at the
hrod of the McClumrhn Grocery Compsny.
lie was n son of ths'late John McClumphs.
Mr. McClumpha nni n member of the clnsa
of Ut of Cornetl University. He was man
aKer of the Amsterdam Opera House, trustee
of the Home for niderly Women, a director
of the Amsterdam City National Rank,
member of the Amsterdam Hosrd of Trade
and a director of the New York Eastern
Theatre Manaa-era Association. He waa also
a member of the Amsterdam lodge of Ma
sons and the Rlks. H Is survived by a
brother, Trof. Charles Flint McClumpha.
Dr. Joseph llashrock.
Dr. Joseph llashrock of Dobbs retry,
N. Y dropped dead nt It o'clock yesterday
tnornlnf whllo attending- to his practice. Dr.
Hasbroclc was a member of the Hoard of
Health and one of the best known physl
elans In Westchester county. He was born
In neriteii county. New Jersey, March 20,
IS39. He was graduate. 1 from the New
Jersey Normal School and taught until !i.
He was graduated from New York Unlrerslty
In U6 nnd began practice In fioshen, N. Y.
He remored to Dobbs Kerry In U7S. He
married four times and has one son, David
Marks Hasbrock, llvlne In Brooklyn. His
home In Dobbs Ferry was the old Livingston
manor, where Gov. Clinton and Gen. Sir Guy
Tarleton met on the suspension of hostilities
In May. KM.
Major S. Hixlmond Smith.
WtUMlNOTON, Del , Oct. !. Wor t was
received to-day of the d"iuh at Miami, Via.,
of Major S. Rodmond fmlth, aged 71 )enrs.
Formerly of this city, he and his wife re
moved to Miami seven yesrs t for the
benefit of till health. He was elected Mayor
of the place. He nas appointed Cnlted
States Commissioner and clerk of the United
mate court here In K7J nnd relgned In
18M after a continuous service of thirty
years. He was a veteran of the civil war
He lived In Carroll county, Md , In IMS and
1969. Ula wife survives htm.
William Aaron I.lpplnrott.
rllllDEU'IUA, Oct. ! William Aaron
Llpplncott, ' a widely knonn manufacturer
and a member of the Union League, died
yesterday at hts home, I'edron, In Devon,
I'a. He was Ti ear old. Mr. I.Ipplncott
was president of tho W. A I.Ipplncott Com
pany, but trave up active management of
It three years ago He Is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Eleanor T Keicham Llpplnoott,
four daut;hter, Mrs Hleanor Colket and
the Misses IJtsste, Mabel end Helen I.lppln
rott, and one son, William A I.Ipplncott, Jr.
Charles 1. Moses.
BIDDEKORD, Me,' Oct. S Charles F.
Mosea of Baco died at the Trull Hospital
this forenoon, aged M. He ended turlve
yeara of service us Collector of Customs of
the port of Portland In February. In po
litical circles he had been prominent for
thirty years. In 1ST he was elected Mayor
of lllddeford. In 18S0 he waa again elected
Mayor. For eight years he was a member
of the Republican State committee. He !
survived by his wife and daughter.
Henry .1. I.utrlier.
CINCINNATI, Oct S Henry J. I.utrher,
C. a rich lumberman of Orange, Tex., died
this afternoon at the Oillege Hill Sani
tarium of paralysis. Mr I.utc.'ier waa presi
dent of the Lutcher A Moore Lumber Com
pany of Orange, Tei i president of the
l.utcber . Mooru C press Lumber Company
of Lutcher, I.a und president of the
Lutcher, Htark ft Hrown lteul Kstate Com
pany of Orange, Trx
Dr. Prank ,1. Tarker.
Dr Frank J. Parker of 40 Kast Forty-first
street died yesterday at the Presbyterian
Hospital. He was born In Ilranford, Conn.,
thirty-nine yeara ago a.nd was graduated
from Yale twelve years ago. He spent tun
years as an Interne at the Manhcttnn l'.ye
and Ear Hospital and was an assistant sur
geon there at the" time ot his death. It,
was ulto the attending physician for the
outside patients at the Presbyterian Hi
pltal. He was not married,
Louis P. Ilaekej.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. :. Louis P.
Baekey, es-secretary of the Evening Tele.
graph, died this morning at his .home at
Olenolden, Pa, Mr. Baekey, who waa
member of an old Maryland faintly, la sur
vlvsd by his wife and one son.
N. W. VAN NOSTBAND'S DINNER.
Gives Ilachelnr ArTntr nrfore Mar
rylnv Silas M. Mlllnn Parka.
Norman W Van Xostrand, who will marry
Miss M. Lillian Parks, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William C. Parks of Brooklyn, In the
Central Presbyterian Church of that horniurh
on Thursday afternoon, October It), trave hU
rsrew en nucneior iiiiiner at weunonico s Inst
night. His ifiiests were-
The Hev. Duncan It, George C. Meyer,
nrawne. jniin H novt.
William P. Parks, P. (loldtbwa te
,-W.ln..M UWI pill
Joseph It. Truesdal'e. Morris D. Ferris.
Note of the Soelnt World.
Mrs. John Aster Is eipscteri to arrive from
England on October 12 and will be at the
Miss Julia Dick, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Henry Dick, will be married ti, will
lam Klngsland Macy 'o-day at the country
home of her parents In Isllp, L. I.
Mr and Mrs. Pembroke Jones snd Mis
Sadie Jones srs at their home, IS West
Fifty-first street, whero they will remain
until October 16, when they will go to Wil
mington, N. C. The msrrlage of Miss Jones
to John Ilussell Pope will tsk.i place In
Wilmington on October 31.
Mr, snd Mrs. Chsrles n. Pcntt will sail
for Europe next week, to remain until the
early part of December. Mrs. Hcott was
before her recent marriage sirs. Kidney
Mrs. Margaret llsorge Vsughan, daugh
ter of Charles If, lleorge of Providence, It,
I will be married to Herbert A. Wheeler
to. day nt the Plaxa
Mrs. Charles Billot Warren will give a
reception on December it, whrn she will In
troduce to eucleiy her daughter, Miss Hu
zaiine Elisabeth Warren.
JMwsra Alker, who will marry Miss
K'BSn Slsrct n Orinlna 14, will give
hit farswslt bachelor dinner at Dclmonlco's
MARIE FLYNN APPEARS
IN "THE CHARITY GIRL"
Riilph Horz, Male Star of Now
Music Tiny at. the Globe
MUSIC BY "SFMrTtUX" MAX
Edward T'oplo's T'ook Talabo
racil for Scenic Effects
'The Charity Olrf At the Globe Theatre.
Becky, a lady of the Eait Plde
"Jlrs. Jeremiah Hopping, wife of the
p a fi'niMnl I'.av LOI
Timothy Van Hodsn. a Innyer... D I.. Don
Hilly Brant, a friend of tho clairvoy
ant v. Jiorton Jiorne
rtosemary. the crusader Murle Flj-nn
Harry Hooligan, a taxtcab driver..
Kaluka. the clalrvojant's charnilng
assistant Annabelle WlUtford
Jeremiah Hopplne, the clairvoyant .
"Tho Charity Ulrl," which 'a, alter
eomo delay, revealed to the New- York
public ut the (Hobo Theatre last nlirht, is a
musical furee of natlvV orliriti. Ldward
Peple, a writer of pome delightful short
stories nnd it lew plays, wrote the text and
lyrics. Victor Hollaender r oiiipceil the
nuislo, which was In the main melodious,
nonerully couimonplaco and different from
most scores of Its kind In the more com
plicated uee of orchestral ellect. deorne
lsdorer produced tho work, which hud
been put throueh nn evident profess of
elaboration that iutrodui ed ac(iilitlon
from moving picture vaudeville and others
from moro exalted realms of the snme
Held of urt,
Mr. Peplo evidently had n Idea back
of the three acts Into which "A Charity
tllrl" Is divided Thnt Ides wns fairly sub
merged under the effort to make the piece
sufficiently popular His heroine was a
wealthy clrldnlnK rescue work In the slums,
Bhe was at Atlantic City after she had been
seen In the poorer districts of New York,
and she should have been In a sold ballroom
dtirinir Ihe third act If she followed out
the alluring promises of the programme
(o thoso who could wnlt until after 11 o'clock
for the last act of a inimical farce. Not
everybody In theauilleneo was so fortunato.
This heroine was doing tho eamo old
things that a certain other belle of New
York did so Irresistibly a docado or morn
nao. fo It was after all rather an incarna
tion of this previous heroine that either
Mr. Penle or Mr. Ledeier was looking for
in tho now piece. It can scarcely be wild
that the manager found her or that the
author oreaieu a uuimcaiu oi inn gin mat
Lrina May used to represent so appeallngly.
Hut that seemud to bo the aim of "A Charity
There were a hogus swaml, a nagging
wife an Last hide conveit of the charity
girl's und other occasionally rciogninble
attempts at characters In Mr Peple's pluy
They almost disappeared, however. In the
poforrmaiico last night and all that re
mained to suggest its uuthur were sonic
occasionally bright speeches and a graceful
turn or two lu the lyrics, It seemeil during
art of the performance as If Hh purpose
was to Initiate the New ork public lulu
tho unfamiliar mysteries of ragtime and thn
turkey trot which were tacitly taken to lie
unknown here 'Ihe most malignant phase
of this nttompt luckily dlsappeated before
the middle of tho second act nnd the audi
ence breathed a sigh of relief at the tempo
rary eclipse of tho shrinking blossom
Italph Merit Is a finished rnmedlnn with
a certain tlrv humor that was highly ap
preciated last "I"'11 I'"' '"on with her
usual congested vocal cords told mmis-.
Inglyof her trip to Lurope, which Is already
familiar lo her admirers. Hlui smuggled
heroically to draw some fun out of u pro
longed scene In nn aeroplane Pmslblv
she would have hern mure successful lmi
the scene been briefer Ai all cwuits, the
sympathies of Ihe audience would nut then
have boon so much aroused by her hard
labor, AnnnbellH Whltford's heauiy Is
a little more full blown with every season,
but she wns a grayeful flume m the action
f lb various idm. Morton Home, iml-
-l mm i 111 n
"When Politicians Fall Out the People Get
tatt-t Clifton Crawford, but ssnir better
The chorus was comely, liberally dl-playd
and followed the heroine with mecUamntl
precision throueh her adventures She
was enacted by Marie Flynn. a sliKht beamy
with mlcroneoplo features nnd a small
voice. F.verythlne else about "The Charity
(iirl" was so noisy, however, that the
audience rather enjoyed the stillness when
she sail if.
Lovely Music Wasted on n Muplil
Itnnk nnil Unit Lyrics,
"Tantalising Tommj" t the Criterion
I.eul" Camelnt . . .
. .Oeorge Anderson
. . . .1 din 1'ark
. ...ImIUh Welford
llArrv Clarke I
Lord HfCtor de Souzac lpecsr. . Donald Hall
Toupet . . .
Oaslmlr. . .
Annlk. .. .
. , Dorothy Wbb i
' A hero with a Krouch has no business
In musical comedy. It wns tried last
night In "Tantalizing Tommy" nt the
Criterion Theatre, a pltfu with a long i
Imposing list of sponsors, but which still
claims the long suffering French as tho
original ntlthor of Its being.
Tho heio with a grouch spread a thick
atmosphere of Kloom throughout the
piece. Whenever anything thnt promised
to ls moderately amusing came along It
was a sure sign that tho hero would pres
ently emerge from the right wltirr or tho
left, n the case might be, and effectually
wet blnnket everything. Tho other per
formers struggled vnllantlya fc-nlnpt It. and
tho audience nt first, perfectly willing to
b; amused, tried to think that It was
funny, but In the end tho lugubrious gen
tb man triumphed and Rloom reltnied
If "Tantallilng Tommy" could be given
a new book, nnd a new sot of lyrics
nnd a few comedians It would not be so
bad, Tho music, by Dr. Hugo Felix, who
modestly made his way up and duwn the
aisle to conduct an entre net. number,
Is charming, Indeed so charming that It
H n pity to have It wasted on the utter
piffle which Is nil that the adapters have
succeeded In making out of tho book.
Some of tho prottlest airs In tho pleco
nre robbed of half their vnluo by the silly
words with which thoy aro fitted. Thoro
aro several delightful choruses and some
ptctty duets; In fnct, nlmost any of thu
numbers aro more than ordinarily rrruslrnl,
without belnir at all lacking In snch qual
ities, whatever they may be, that mnko
Tho story of "Tiintiillilnir Tommy"
might to make first rate musical eomefly.
Tim spoiled wilful daughter of a Paris
candy king meets with a motor accident
near the country chateau of n self-centred,
young government clerk, and Is ob
liged to spend tho night thoro. To he sure
sho Is quite properly chaperoned, by tho
wife of n young painter who la visiting
theie, but nevertheless It nppenrs that
she tins done something shockingly Indis
creet, nnd has thoroughly compromised
her unwilling host.
Tho result of her visit Is the breaking
off of her host's enKngement to the daugh
ler of his superior, nnd nlso ttie break
ing of her own engagement. Nnturslrjr
sho Hets to work to win the only man
whn has ever given her n piece of his
mind, nnd naturally she strs up n lot
of complications, which, howcVer, do not
Inlerfero with her flnnl success
Now this sounds Jolly enough, and
fitted with Dr. Felix's music thoro Isn't
any reason why It shouldn't he Jolly, nut
look and listen. Hero comes tho hero.
Tall and spare, with a high brow profile
nnd an English accent It really wasn't
I Ir. Oeorgo Anderson's fault that the
i hero spoiled everything.
I lie, poor fellow, had received a gloomy
'pirt to play, nnd he pbivrd II. He cer
tainly played It. occasionally when he
mulled he was very agreeable to look
upon, and once when he danced a hit
there seemed to bo hope after all, nut
It wan shortlived. Tho grouch con
quoiert. Miss nilinbcth lirlce was the 7'nmtu
I who wasn't especially tantulUliifr lo an
. unptejudlced observer. Hho danced de
lightfully, and siitiK the very pretty iiiim-
I hers that fell to her part with equal
charm, Hut Miss Hrlce'g best friend
I should take her apart nnd explain In her
that facial oontortlona are not wholly
Inseparable from irood actlnir. Many rood
actresses are able to maintain nn air
of njjlmatlon without working their faces
quite so nard.
Cn-Stars Put On the Second Play of
"ttiimtril " .).. Bnnnn.l nt lh. Urintr,.
sppe.irian plays to he offered by tjnthern
,,l,( ...lllllin.j ttiilim bJ,-, llpibi,'tllJlv
,i. tlm 1 e.),nl I,.,. Il.i.ien llntlun v..a nr..
sented iast night to an audience which filled
tne large theatre.
'I here were tew changes In the cast from
Inst yen r n presentation of (lie same tragedy
i Miyre ( raw ley was the new (7iiihi
.Intnl.. 1 iriici,,! flir V,e, tJriii- IHnnr
l.eiuire ('hippeudale, tltrtrutlr, mother of
llnmlrt and Mlllicent McLaughlin the Poir
Vioiri Frederick Lewis ns llnratia. How
land lluckstone as tho Firtt Omit Dinact
and William llnrrls hs the (hit appeared
ns In last year's company. Mr. Sothem's
ll'mlct and Ml.s Marlowe's Ophtlia are
already well known
"Hamlet" will he repeated to-night
To-morrow night "llomeo and Juliet" will
Here to Help Stage "The Whip."
L'rnost d'Auben, stage director, am
Herbert Magher, electrlc.il engineer, of the
Drury Lane Theatre, London, arrived on
tin) Cnrmania yesterday to superintend
the reconstruction of tho stago of the Man
hattan Opera House to meet the require
ments of the big Drury Lane melodrama
CONCERT FOR CRIPPLES' HOME,
i.clely Women Arrange One to
lleuellt the Holillis .Vest.
triio annual concert In aid of tho llobins
Nest, a homo for crippled children, will be
given on Saturday afternoon, October 12, In
the town hall, Irvlngton, X. Y. Tho home
Is shunted In Tarrytown, and to It th
children nre taken from this city.
The Unlalaikn Orchestra has been on
gaged for tho concert and nlso some Husslan
dancers. Tho cominltteo In charge Includes
Mrs. Fdwln (loulil. Mrs lteclnnld H Jatrav
Mrs. Melchior lieit7hoover. Mrs. illiaii
I'hher Pareons nnd Mrs. Howard Carroll, of
wiiom iic.ieis may do ouiniiicu.
SUES FL0RENZ ZIEGFELD, JR.
fiertrude Vanderbllt finya He Did
Not Illra Iter When She Came.
Gertrude Vanderbllt has brought suit
In the City Court to rooover tl,205 from
I'lorenz Zlesfeld, Jr., for breach of con
tract. Miss Vanderbllt alleges that sho was
dancing at tho Palace Theatre. I,ondon.
last soring, when Zlegfold cabled hor to
como hero nt onco to appear In "A Winsome
Widow." Mie says sho paid $im to ho re
leased from her contract In Loudon, lost
Itwo for two weeks salary, und spent 4so
In making thu trip. Whim she got horo
the defendant, refused to engage hor.
FIND NEWSPAPER SCHOOL HARD.
Students of Journalism I.enrn It's
Work ITrom Pawn On.
Working from dawn to midnight Is what
most of the students In the Pulitzer School
of Journalism have found to bo part of tho
training for a nowspaper Job. The work
in Ihe school Is not the snap that they sup
posed It would be. Doth the second and
thlrrL year pUssps havo to take regular
assignments In practical reporting and
their hours come nt all times of the day nnd
One batch wns sent down town Tuesday
evening to nttend a theatrical performance
and did not finish the night's work until
sfter I o'clock, There nre nlso to bo visits
to political headquarters nud City Hall,
which are lo bo part of the dally routine,
and If tho nnws is late lu coming Hut tdu
dents will have lo wall for It,
When tho warships anchor lu the" Hudson
Ihe entire school Isto visit the battleships
on a day set apart, probably Wednesday.
October 11, They will visit Iho illfreieut
vessels nnd ciuli one will ho allowed a
short personal Interview with Ihe oflleers
III ehargi). Hereafter ll Is expected that
everything that hnppens lu the city will
lie "covcied" by one of Ihe huh Columbia
Silas Hpence'a Hrhool Open,
Tho day pupils, of .Miss Spence's private
school for ulrls at an' West Fifty-llfth streot
reauiiiod their studies yesterday. Tho res.
dent pupils began ,thelr work for the fall
term on Tuosday, There woro no formal
THE LAKEW00D SEASON.
nurel Hunan Opens the Ilesort
'With 3lany New York Patrons,
Lakkwooii, N. J.. Oct, Altliouith n
Inrre tiutnbur uf cottauctji have returned
nu opened their wlntur rpsiueaees here
the Uiliewoud sennon did not formally
oin until vcxtordiiy, when tho Ifliitel
Ilouup, the oldest In toun, the first to open
nil the last to close, opened With a liiIKe
number of patrons.
Numerous changes nnd Improvements
have been Innde 111 tho hotel durlhtt the
summer, among which Is the Instnlliitlou
of long distance telephones, with complete
eimlpmetit lu every room, which will ndd
miien to me patron- comrort. A. J. .Mtirpny
will he assisted In tho iimhnKcniptit of tho
hotel this year by his bi other. C. V Mur
phy, mutineer this euttitiuir of tho Wuumbek
ut JelTerson, N, II,
Anionic tho pntrons who were received
nt the opening are theso from New Yotk
.Mr. and Mrs. W, A, Jamison, Mrs. Stormier.
Mrs. linltilirlditn Clarke, Mrs. . II.McCluie,
Archibald MeCluro. V. W. Hteel. Mrs. A.
Comnton nnd Miss Cotnpton, Mr, nnd Mrs,
Wlllhm lllchnrd Lynch. W. A. Mnybncl:,
ine jiev. tuid .irs, j.. t,. mouaniu, .irs.
( ntnslltt Swain, Mrs. W. II. I'oineroy, Mrs.
William Smith Hrown, Mtne. l'esscnden,
Mr mid Mrs. Park Painter, Alexander
WnUon llluck. Mrs. 1". 11. tilmnlnich. Mr.
nnd Mrs, Prank Tllford. Miss tllford,
,'irs. ji. fj, w . anaernoor nnn r . r. vanuer-
noer, nl9o Mrs, Hobert .mmlson ami Miss
'iimlson of llttshurg, 1'a.i Dr. nnd Mrs,
, ll. .,,(- It'll, 11, l'l HUI Ut'ltllNr., ill., I'll".
A. S, Wool'ey of Newport nnd Mr. and Mrs.
i. iiriunt ut Li Moron, .n. j.
II edman Brush.
OnhKNwicn, Cor.n., Oct. 2. Miss Oladys
Merrill llrush, (laughter of Mrs. Augustus
M. llrush of Greenwich, nnd Oeorgo Lnw-
renco Hedtnan of lllverslde, wore married
this evening at Christ Church, .Several
hundred guosts wero present,
Mls brush wns nttended by her sister,
Miss Marjotio brush, ns maid of honor.
Mls-t (lertrudo Klmpton of Ilrooklyn and
Jllss Lmma llnrrls of New York were brides
maids. The best man was Gerald If. Daly
of lllverslde, nnd tho ushers were Italph
K. llrush, brother of tho bride, Herbert K.
Bennett of Pawtueket, It. I HpaUldlng
llowo of Minneapolis, Minn., W, Pnpo
Iloeckler of Kt. Louis, Mo., nnd Iltiel II.
Appleton. ,Ir. of Ilrooklyn, Tho last four
were classmates of Mr. Hodman nt Ynlo.
A. Ldcnr llrush, nn undo of tho bride, was
at the organ.
Following tho wedding there was a re
ception at tho homo of tho bride's mother.
WAsntNOTov, Oct 2. Marian Ldmonston
King, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ceorge A
King, and F.nElun P.obert Messenger llltipk
loy, C. S. N., were married this evening nt
Christ Church, Georgetown, tho l'.ov. .1, II
V. Hlake performing the coremony.
The brldo, who wns escorted aad given
In mnrrlago by her father, had us her maid
of honor her schoolgirl sister. Mis-. Kll7a-
beth Trueman King. Miss Laura Anley
of Atlanta. Ga . Miss Virgiela Jenkins of
Suffolk. Va. : Miss Dorothv I lint of v ertnont
and Mls Mary Kadford and Miss Ldltli
McQundo of this city were bridesmaids.
Lnign Amies Loder ncted ns best ninn
for Ensign Hinckley nnd the ushers were
Knslgn Henry F Ilriinz. F.nslgn Carroll
llyrnos, Knslgn John P. Meigs. Jr.. Knlgn
William C. llarncs and Lnslgn Do Preville
all of tho navy.
A reception nt the home of the bride's
parents In Twenty-eighth street followed
the ceremony nt the church.
The wedding of Miss Polly llourke, daugh
ter of ("apt mid Mrs. John .1. llourke o:
Savannah, Ga , to John Jhseph O'Neill
also of Savannah, took place yesterday
morning In tho Lady Chapel of St. Pat
rick's Cathedral, the Iiev. Father Wallace
officiating. Only tho Immediate relatives
and a few Intimate friends witnessed the
The bride entered the church with her
brother, John J. llourke. Jr Shu wore a
travelling t-ostutno of ro-io colored char
meuse nnd carried n bouquet of lllliM of tho
valley. There were no bridal attendants
After tho ceremony thero was a reception
nnd wedding breakfast at the Hotel Man
Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Neill left afterward for
Cnnnda. They will sail for F.urope pn tho
Lusltanla on Octob?r n and after a tlaype
months stay nbrond will live In Savannah,
Ga. Mr. O'Neill Is a member of the II rm
of Chestnut A O'Neill In that city.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Steffee
on Washington avenue, Itidgewood, N ,l
was tho scene last night of the wedding
of their (laughter, Mary L. StelTeo, to Fred
erick Con Smith, by thn Hev 1 alitor O'Mal
ley of tho Mount funnel t hitrcli.
The matron of honor was Mrs. W. O.
Phillips. 'Ihe bridesmaids wero Miss Hess
Doollttle ot Ilrooklyn, Mrs. I'. II. Judd
of lildgewood, Miss Katherlno Fitzslmmons
of New York nnd Miss Ottilia Mopp of lildge
wood. Th best mnn was Joseph Jeffer
son Smith, n brother of tho bridegroom.
Tho ushers wero Floyd Crano, Fred
Curtis nnd Julius Sufforn of Passalo nnd
Itiehard Coleman of New York,
The couplo will reside in Now York for
rnn.4Dri.rHiA, Oct. 2. Miss Snrah
Yocum McFndden, a miniature painter
nnd member of tho riastic ( lub nnd tho
Academy of l ino Arts, wns married this
evening to Frederick Alexander lloylo
of Last Ornngo, N. J. Tho marriage was
solemnized nt tho home of tho brldo, 3505
Hamilton street. Dr John Ulchnrds Hoylo
father of tho bridegroom, offlplnted.
Tho bride Is well known In arttstlo circle s
of Philadelphia. Bhe Is tho daughter of
Dr. William Henry MoFadden. for ten years
chief engineer of tho water bureau.
The bridegroom Is an officer of. the Pru
dential Insurance Company, Following
their honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. lloylo will
make their home at the Hamilton, East
B reck Pnrlc.
Philadelphia, Oct. 2, Miss Helen
Miner Park, daughter of Mr, and Mrs,
Itiehard Gray Park, nnd William Rogers
Ilreck of Now York woro married nt noon
to-dny nt tho home ot the bride's parents,
Cleverly Farm, near West Chester, Pa,
Tho Hev, Pr, McColl, pastor of tho Second
Prosbytorlnn Churoh, perlormeit the core
mony, at which there wero but two tittend
nnts. MIss.SnrnliGrny Park was her sister's
maid of honor nnd Robert Harbour of New
York was the bridegroom's best man.
After the coremony a wedding breakfast
was served, This was attonded by many
out of town guests,
rnrLAivELrniA, Oct. 2. Charles Kdwar
ntood of New York married horo this after
noon Miss Gortrudo Julia Teal at tho homo
of her parents, North Uroad Btreet and
F.uclid avenue, Tho ceremony wns per
formed by the Hev, Thomas Armour. Miss
Kllnn Sherry of MauchChunk wns tho maid
of honor and George T. Fisher of New York
was the groomsman.
Jamkstow.s, N. Y Oct". 2. Myrtle Hed
lleld Nixon, widow of Bpeaker H, Fred
Nixon, wns married at I0:.n o'clock this
forenoon to County Judge Arthur n, Olta
wjiy.ia resident of Westflelrt. The cere
mony wns pel formed nt Ht, Peter's Episcopal
Church at Wrstlleld by tho Hev, William
lllreo. Only Immediate relatives and
friends weie pieHpnt.
Mr. and Mrs. llorftvrtti Kail,
Mr, nndi Mrs, Loula Jay Horowlta sail
for Kttrope to-morrow on the George Wash
ington far rl t our or live weeks stay.
MOItE THAN 200 CASES
Liilest. Shipment on Certric
I'riifroiiiinl Pictures Slir
On board tho Wlilto Star linor Cedrlo,
which arrived In this port on Saturday
lost from F.urope, wero lour cnso.i of art
objects boarinK tho initials "P. M" tlt-t
prlvuto mark of J. Pierpotit MorR-m,
und forming a part of tho famous collec
tion of art treasures now bolnR trans-
tiorted from tho South Kensington Mu
seum, London, to this country for storage
it tho MetroHlitan Museum of Art.
Altogether moro than 200 ousm of art
objects In tho great collections formed
by Mr. Morgan havo boon shipped from
London nnd Paris to tlm United States,
and It is estimated by authorities that
at least two-thirds of tho famous worku
of art gathered by Mr. Morgan in Kurop.)
lmvo already arrived in Amnticu, des
tined to bo exhibited hen) later, when
cti erinits, ut tho Metroolitan Mu
seum of Art.
During the past summer numoroiH
shipments of urt objects from the l'i luce's
(l.ito Hotis-j nnd tho South Kensington
Museum have nrrlvod ut tho Metropolitan
Museum securely tvackud and sealed nnil
uwulting Mr. Morgan's orders a to their
Thero is considerable speculation In art
circles hh to tho pluoing of tho famous
series of ten picttmvi by Jean Honors
Kragonard entitled, "Human d'Amour
de In JuimesM)," which lormed u notable
feature of Air. Morgan s picture gallery
In his Prince's Gate bouse, IaiikIoii, which
has Is'en gradually dismantled of IU
art treasures. 'Jh'-se pictures by Frngo
nard havo a most interesting history
ami include "Ii Pourtmite," "I Hen
dez.votis," "I.OS Souvenirs, " "D'Avant
Couronne. I. Abandon, I. Amour Mitn-
qtinur. I. Amour l-olie, L Amour l'ou
suiv.int." "Uno C lombe." "IAmour en
hs ntineilo" and "L'Amour AsKu-hiti."
'I his reinnrkublo n-ries of paintmgs was
commenced nbout 1772 for the now pavilion
of Louveeieiines, which w'us built by Le
doux for Madame du Harry between 1770
It is said that whntever may havo been
tho reasons for not placing the series In
.Madame mi Harry s pavilion, tlio tact is
indisputable that they remained in Fra
gonard's studio for nearly twenty years,
and wero removed in 1703, during tho
reign of terror, Irom Paris to Orasso,.to
the house of tho artist's friend. M. Mau
bert. In thn spring of lMW they were
F.oId nt miction ut Cannes by thoir then
iwii'f, M. Mnlvilian, u grandson of M.
Maubcrt. They were secured by Messrs.
Agnew, of Loudon, and wero exhibited in
their galleries the sumo year.
Afterward thoso pictures were pur
chased by Mr. Morgan, by whoso per-
mission thev were loaned to tho Guildhall
exhibition (n in '..
The series of ten Frngonnrd pictures,
of which five are about the snroo size, 128
inches by So inches, include four "over
doors," and tho tenth is a decorative
Tho announcement thnt thoso picture
havo Is-'cii removed Irom I'rince'H Gate
House to America has caused regret
in London nrt circles. Frngonard, the
artist, was born ut Urasso In 1732, and was
first a pupil of Chardin, who regarded
him as a failure, und later of Ilouoher,
tinder whom lm studied for throo years.
Ho is represented In tho Louvre.
At the Metropolitan Sluseum of Art
yesterday no date could bo learned of the
proiMiiio cxmtiition oi me .Morgan art
collections, but it is known that soveral
months will bo occupied in transporting
the remaining art objects in South Ken
sington Museum belonging to Mr.. Mor
gan to the United Statos.
PROF. RUBNEE TO LECTURE.
Imminent Gentian Anttinrltjr Chnisa
for Wesley Carpenter Memorial.
Prof. Max Kubner, who was tho most
eminent and nctlve delegate from Germany
at the hygienic congress, has been Invited
to deliver Ihe Wesley Carpenter lecture
before the New York Academy of Medicine
this evening at H'30 o'clock.
Thee lectures nre delivered annually f
by some eminent authority and are ttsunlly
on original Investigations In medical prob
lems. 'I hev were instituted to commomo
rote the lile and work of a modest man
who strove with might and main to in
crease medical knowledge and thereby
Water Color Exhibition,
Y1 , . . . n lha .,i-.iTll..tlll..l AnHllkl
J UllllfB I' fcnvu.j-.u,,,. ..uu,
exhibition of the Now York Wntorcolor
Club, from November 2 to November 24,
will he received nt the galleries of tho
American Fine Arts Society on Friday nnd
siniuruuy-, ufiuuvi 10 rm '- iuo
comprises Harold M. Camp, L. Irving Cotisc,
( i currnn, F.dwnrd Iniflner, Anna Flshor,
.V I....... l. 1 ,,lo .1 llnhn,
i.i.i . , !! ll..ppl, l.'tp.i.,r.n . Unnlt
MCIIOII, V l.llll ... M ni ,o, , l"iui v , . uuuil,
Lverett L. Wnmer and Cullen Vales,
t, David L. Druro-Drown, aon ot Hutu A.
Pnice-Ilrown and tho lato Oeorgo Bruce
Urown, In the twenty! ourth year of his aro.
Funeral services will ho held at his late real
denco, IS East 70th sU. on Friday morning,
October 4, at 1030. HelaUves and tnttmata
friends aro Invited to attend,
I1TJLI. At Htdgerwood, N. J., Ootober U nil,
Jr an null. In her tn year, younceat daxigliter
of Mr. and Mrs. l'.rncsi Miller IhJll.
Funeral services will bo held on Thursday at
Mr, Hrnrst M. bull's residence, 4S Heermanre
pi., Hldgrwood, N. J at 10JO A. M. Inter
nir ut nt Kverereen Cemetery. Klltabeth. N, J.
FKItCUHON. Sarah, arc u years,
tservlcos. Tun Fcksbai, CmmcH. Ml West 34
atreet (Hunk Cammem, Hciuunoi, Thura
dav at 2 o'cloclt. Automobile cortege.
JA.NEWAY. On Tuesday. October 1, lets, Julian
MoAlllster, son or Jo tin iioucti ana Mat
McAlllbter Janrnvay, In hl lath year.
Funrral services held nt el Uatt Seventy-filth
street at la SO o'clock Thursday morning,
Octcber 3. Interment at Pilucetou, N. J., on
arrival of train leaving New Yotk at 1I.0A.
KlUIIALU Llnyd Alonio, In Drooklyn. Tues
day, October 1, In lil sixty-first year,
Funeral tcrvlccs will be held at Kandolph, VU
on Thursday morning. October 3, at 11 o'clock,
NEVILLE. On Oclobeixl, 1012, at Albany, N. Y
Katherlne M. llegan, relict of the lato Thomai
j , Novllle and mother ot Itev. Ernest P. Neville.
Funeral Friday morning from tho lato residence.
63 Mrsl sueot, Albany.
PAIIKEU. At the Presbyterian Hospital, Nsw
York city. October 2, Dr. Frank J, Parker, aon
ot the lato George T. sod Alice Lanphler
Kunetnl renders nt chapel of rrribylertaa He,
pltal. I Tlday, Ortobe r 4, at S P. H. Tbers will
alio he sei vires at the late residence of tho
dcrrased, Ilranford Point. Ilranford. Conn.,
Saturday, October &,at3 P. U.
UNl)i:i!HlI.L.-Johr. Hurling Undorhlll. on Oeio
ticr 2, beloved hutband of Mary A, UndertlU.
Funeral from hit late residence, 200 Mount IIcpo
place. Uronx, on Snturday, October B, at .0
A. M.i thence to St. Joseph's Church, Tre
tnoul, at 10 A. M. I'lrttbo omit flowers.
rnivii r niUBBEII . Sat W.lM
Will Tnl(c Several Monlhs
Get est Over From