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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
CHAS. P. TAFT CALLED
h'liinnioiKMl by Clapp Committee
to Answer Clinre Tluit lie
TinnSKVElr WAS Cld.MW
-Some Dissatisfaction Tim (
Ktireil So Well by UN
Wahiiisotox, Oct. .1 Thai inlt-nwt
In th Neiiiito In -t lat ion into politioil
rnmpaiRn contributions and tpinlitur
readied it m cllmnx yivtcnliiy with the
testimony of ("pi. Hoosexvlt in Ri'iicrally
conceded to-ildy. even by tiK-mlien of
the invoHtiRHtliiK coiniiiittei', nltlioticli
(,'hnrlcH P. Tuft will l a witne on
Wednesday He will be united about the
Mory that ho npent SNKt.tmct lor William
11. Taft in ltxis.
It io expected t lint from this time for
ward interest in tli inventination will
pniilually sitb"ile, but thu eointnittee
lll continue daily sitting.
Moct of tin mcmberi would lil:e to
abandon the investigation and j;et into
the campaiRii This it especially true
nf tlie cliairman. Senator I'lapp. who
a raiiiR Hull Mooxt and one of the moi-t
popular of tlie l,roKr""ive campaign
flieiikoris. Hut tlie Senator ha no expec
tation that he will be able to Ret away
to participate in the campaign.
"So far an 1 know the inve..! minion
will ro rip,lit along until it i completed
and thut may carry it over beyond t In
flection," said Senutor Clapp.
Senator I'omerene of Ohio isal-o anxious
to pet into tlie campaign He ha eti
RORementh to neak in many States made
conditional on hi ability to kc away
from service on tlie inveMinatio'i com
mittee. One member of the committee,
Senator Wesley j. Jones of Washington,
ha not attended a hesnion of the com
mittee, and there in no expectation that
he will be able to do so. He i now in
WnshinRton tukini; part in the campaign
HeariiiRs will be reumed Monday.
One witness on that day w ill be Charles
II. Crane of Chicago, assistant treasurer ,
of the Democratic National Committee. I
Mr. Crane, xvlini-o nomination as Minister I
to China was withdraw n by rreeidmt Taft,
will lie asked to cMilum whether or nnl us I
alleged by Kloti II. Hooker, treasurer of
the National 1'rogiesshe party, he con
tributed KlUion each to the I.a l-'ollette
.and Wilson pre-convention campaigns.
' Other witnesses to be heard Monday
will lie Ogden Mills, Matthew Hale, chair
man of tlie .Mnss,ieliil-ett riogressKe
committee, and Cii.trle.i I" l;us..el. So-1
cialist and magazine writer, who is re-1
sponsible for u siorv tiu.i .). I. Morgan was '
called up ut Ins home by President lioose. '
velt and urged to rui-e an additional
Jino.ono lor itootevelt's campaign lund 1
in ltKM. I
Mr. Morgan on the witness stand before '
the committee denied tlie storv Nathan I
K. Scott of t-t lrgmia. who lias teii!:ed
once, will be called Monday to complete
a narrative which he is reported to nave
staid was interninUd v. te n he was a wit- '
liens before. He was idetituied with tlie'
management el tlie campaigns ol imi, i
1800 and 1 :si 1 nod is renorted to n.ue com-.
plained that he diil not have an oppor- j
tunity to tell the whole storv when lie was i
UI'IUI" Wie (Hlllllluee.
Louis C. Ilamerling, a publicity agent I
of New Vork, whoso name was broiiglit 1
into the investigation by Senator Dixon, I
in the charge thai there was a wholesale I
Clan for subsidizing newspapers pub- '
shod ki foreign languages in inter- I
est of President Tuft's reelection, will I
Tho Senate committee received a nies. I
page to-day trom 1 tederiek I! l.vncli,
member of the Democratic National
.Committee from Minnesota, asking the
privilege of appearing as a witness c
will be heard Tuesday to answer tlie
charge of Senator Uix'on that he spent
Jiri.Ooo to carry Minnesota for Wood row
Other witnes,s to be heard on that
day will be Ormsby Mcilarg, ex-Senator
Depexv and Congressman William Mchm
ley Mr. Depew will testily as to the
Hurriman fund and Congressman MoKii'
ley will be expected to tell what he .mows
of President Taft's precoiiventioii cain
paign this year, which Mr .Mclxinlny
managed, and of contributions and ex
penditures, bv the Itenubliciin ('niiirre.
fcionul committee in tho campaigns in
WJilch Mr. McKinley has been chairman
Wednesday 'h programme includes Hob- I
ert H, I.ovoit, who was attorney for K. t
H. Harriman; Charles I) llilles, chairman '
of tho Itepublican National Committee; ,
Charles I. Iatt. brother of the President,
churged by Senator Dixon with having I
t-pent foxi.oon to nomiuato William H.I
'I aft in lUUS, and Chales Ilathawav, I
representative in Washington of the 1
National lieef Sugar interests.
Josiah (Juiiiuy of lloston is to lie heard I
-Thursday on his activities tor Wilson
in the. preconveution campaign. Senator '
Dixon, chairman of itoosevelt's camiiaign
comiiilttee, "tagged" Mr Ouincy wlien
he was before the committee by charg
ing that Mr. Quiney expended largo sums
in New Knglund in an effort to uuinmutu
. On iTiday Roger Sullivan, Modill Mo
Cormick, K. T. Stotosbury of Philadel
phia, John I). Archbold and n Mr. Kdwurds
ol West Virginia, u relativo of Col. Itooso
elt, are to be culled.
No programme, has been made for
Saturday, but it is not unlikely thut it a
Behhioil is held some of the witnesses
fciimmoned for earlier in the week may bo
heard. It is not likely thut all sum
moned for next week can bo heard before
On Monday, October II, the various
Deinocrutio pro-convention managers will
lie culled; Mr. McCombs will 1m expected
to lay bum tho Wilson llnunciul backers
Hugh D. Nicholson, Lieutenant-Governor
of Ohio, will oxpou tho Harmon liucking;
Senator itaukheud of Alabama will tell
Where ho got the nfoiiey to "boom" Hepre
bentative Oscar Underwood, unci x
iSenator Dubois of Idaho will unfold the
(leluiln of Speaker ('lurk's camiiaign.
In addition to these witnesses George
ri'iKins is nxpecieti io uppear one elay
next xseek and bo quizzed oil tho Hoosii-
The uenerul onininn hero is that Col
TUiosevolt made, political capital out of
Ills appearance yi-stentay. 'lliis wrw I
probably not distasteful to tho chairman, ,
Senator Clapp, but it was disannoiiitiiii' 1
to the, other members of the committee
liepcateilly thu complaint has been made
that the commit! co in weak in its in
quisitorial department. Tho ineinbeivi
01' tho committed hIiow not only an In
cuiacity for aiiRieKsivi) cross-cxainltiation
bin also a lack of knowledge of current
political history. Members of tho com-
mittee soein unfainillar with the names
of men who have been prominent in
politics for the last Hixteen years. Tho'
iiimmitteo has, hoxvuver, declined to ,
eniraKti a lawyer. I
U) to the piesent time tho committee
hasdisclosed little of practical importance, I
Some IlKiues liavo Ixmn elicited as to
Col. ltoosovelt's pro-convention cam-1
iiiii?n liil'orinatlon is at hand that tho
cuni)aiKn cost almost $.Vki,ihki. Many
States have not I eo 1 hejird from and
they may we the t ital to considerably
morn than S,ikhi,iiiki That hrfio sums
weii, ,., , ()u jB w,, ((. Daniel '
It llaiiua and Waller Drown, who financed
tho Ohio cauipulitn, me to testify later 1
It is reported that much money was siient
also in Illinois.
full details of Ihn nviunlil
VnWcut Tuft's ctttnjiaigu will probabl I
l reveul-d by his manager, Congress
Col, liooseVelt on the witnesH ntalid
before the Clnpp committee yesterday
denied that ho sent for Kdwurd II. Ilnrn
man before the election of 1II4 to urge
him to raisi- $2.VJ,(Km for campaign pur
poses in the State of New York,
I'"ormer Attoniey-tleneral Wayne
M.icVeagh has denied having any con
nection with this matter as alleged by
Chailes Kdward ltussell, a magazine
writer, whose statements hu-o been the
subject of much discussion lieforo the
In view of these denials a version of the
Iioosevelt-Harriman episode has been
given that appears to furnish a possible
cluo to the tacts trom the only two men
1 1 ill K who ure aware of the incident
immediately following llaiiiman's visit
After the exchange of the letters which
are now known as the "We ate practical
men" correspondence, Mr. Ilnriiuiaii
came to Washington at the President's
Instance, it is declared, Mr, llnrrlmaii
explained in reply to the President's in
quiries that the camiiaign upstate in
New Vork was mimewhat dependent
on a plan to get the United States
SenatorsliipforformerOoVernor Frank H.
Hliick, In succession to Mr, Depew.
Mr. KooscVelt agreed, it is said, that if
Mr. Harriman would obtain tlie funds
necessary to llnance the campaign in the
State he would name Mr. Depew Am
bassador to Fiance and thus make room
for niack's election to the Seiiatorshlp,
this being legurded at a helpful con
tribution to lliggins's candidacy for
(ioXeilior, the whole, working out to tlie
benefit of the national ticket.
Immediately upon his return to Now
Vork, this leport runs, Mr Harriman
called up II McK. Twomblv by tele
phone and told him of the understanding
that he had reached with the President.
In Mr. Harrimau's ollice at that
time was Charles A Peabody. In Mr.
Twombly'n ollice simultaneously were
A. I. Casnatt, president of tlie Pennsyl
vania Kuilruad. and Wavne MacVeagn.
It is stated that Mr. MueVeagh and Mr.
('issptt heard Mr. Twombly'n half of
the couvers.it ion and Mr. Peabody hoard
Mr. Harrunan'n end of it. Of them- five
men, Mr. Peabody and Mr MacVeagh
are the only ones' now living and tlieir
testimony would give a complete account
of the conversation between Mr, Harriman
and Mr. Twomblv, which it is under
stood cotwMed in Mr Harrimau's state
ment of the understanding with the
President an,! his promise to contribute
J.VI.IM) of the required i250.iiO, leaving
to Mr. Twombly the tank of the raising
Mr. 'I wornbly's reioinder.it is stated,
was that he believed Mr. Harriman had
been handed a gold brick and that the
goods would never be delivered but that
he would nevertheless go ahead and
rais the money, which he did.
It is bclievi-d" to be a fair inference that
If Mr. MacVeagh is called to tho witness
tand and ouestioned in tlie light of this
version or tlie incident lie will not enter j
as special a denial ns that xxhicli he has I
given to the ltiss,, storv i
STRAUS MAY DECLINE AID.
I'lot III IliilriteniU I
Inilorsi'iiieiit. r j
le liulornrmont or Oscar S,
6T Oscar S. Straus
by the Independence Leaguers has met
with anything but approval at the'
hands of the Progtesslvrs. It xvas In
tlmated at Progressive State heailquar
ters vest i rday afternoon that Mr
Slraus would be advised against accept
ing the Indorsement.
It was pointed nut that Mr. Strau.t
Would get a good dial less benefit ftom
the nomination than would fall to 11k-1
Independence Leaguers. As one leader I
put it, "the Independence League wants
to saxe a place on the ballot for another!
ear and they expect to ride In on our.
band wagon. They have very little to i
gixe ftir the privilege."
The Assembly district leader? nrn .
against the acceptance of the nomlna- j
Hon almost to a man. They fear loss of
votes. They xvlll not keep this sentl-1
meut secret from Mr. Straus.
William II. Ilotchkl.ss, chairman of 1
the state committee, announced
d i y the names of the men who xvlll
consider the question nnd report to Mr.
Straus definitely whether In their
opinion he should accept tho Indorse
ment. The committee consists of Learned
Hand, .JtldKc of tho t'nlted States Dis
trict Court; Kohert II. Klder. ex-As-slstant
District Attorney of KIiiks
county, and It. Llnstcln, a laxx-yer.
The committee xvlll meet to-morrow
and xvlll report as soon as posslhlo
GETS A DIVORCE IN RENO.
Mm. Ilillth llltllllelllell of 'I'lila Cllj
Wills I'liai- XmilliM l,nifr lllislinnil
Itt.NO, Nov., Oct. 5. Mrs. Kdith Itlumen-i-tei
to-day i;ot a livorce from Kdwin
Hluineni-teil of the law firm of Hliimcn-
stell .t Itllltoensl..! I
of 27 I'inu street
... .. p.
Mrs. Hlimiensteil, xxho charK.-l that ;
her liusliand had treated her so cruelly
us to cans., a nervous breakdoxvn, wept
111 the court room. H husband entennl
a complete de jal of her eharires. The
custody ol their two children was Kiveu ,
to both parents.
1 "N I Mi
The Fall and Winter Edition of the New York Tele
phone Directory goes to press Thursday, October 17th.
lelephone service must be arranged for on or before
that date in order to have Directory listings appear
in this issue. Call, write or fplnnhnm.
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MHarra . nuox
Mlreu Ttlmhont sw
lid oiehard mrrtt
tt Went HiiuilmiHIretl
V, KaalMlll Hlltfl
Ui Wett nh kiimI
in MVii Usui Htrret
MO Ktn lMth Mmci
XndUon Hii. now
"""''"J ijyir-Illrdttll central Arei.
TiiiHI.aviI.l,B-444 Touinklns At.
WKaT AKW BHIUllTOK-lllColumtilaai.
l Little Six Closed Cars J
l for Town or Touring
The occupants of Locomobile Closed Cars arc scarcely conscious of the
sense of traveling so luxuriously comfortable and uncrowded do they feel
in its quiet, spacious interior. Barely a sound penetrates the substantial
coach-work and deep upholstery. All passengers face forward. Or seats
may be obtained vis-a-vis, if preferred.
Six-Passenger Limousine. Seven-Passenger Limousine. Seven-Passenger Lan
daulct. Seven-Passcngcr Berline Limousine. Seven-passenger
Berline Landaulet. Three-Passenger Coupe.
sg The Locomobile Company
fgi of America
Motor 4rt snd Motor Tracks yvV
Broadway CS. 76th St New York
JUSTICE EMORY A. CHASE
FILLS REPUBLICAN TICKET
To Kim Willi lliscock fr Court
of ApiM'tiN on Which licui'h
Until Xnw Servo.
Al.MANV. Oct 6 Supreme Coiut .Ill-tee
Kmory A Chase, of Catskill, is to he the
second lfopiibli'im caliilidate for Ak.o
ciate Judge of tlie Court of Ap-al-i, Su
preme Court lii-ticii Prank II lliscock,
of Syracuse, ha vinn lieon iiominited In i
i . ... . .
tne Keiiublican coaxem ion at Sar.itogi
lustici l'ha.se"xv.is named lix-jthejjudicial
ilistrictf, onitnitteo ap,ointe lv the
liepiihlican State conxention, xvhich met
at tin- Hotel Ten llyck hero (his afternoon
F.liliu Hoot xx-as chairman
The only incident of the nvvti'iR x-.,is
senator Ilrackett's motion to shut out the
inemberK of the press when he moved all
executive session, but William lieiri of
Brooklyn objected, decI.u'uiK that there
aiis no reason for the cominittee moetiriK
iK'lund cloM'd doors, and that anyway the
law lequiied an osn nomiuatiiiK session.
To meet this situation Senator Itr.ickett
ot a ictess of lift en ininutis. Senitor
llrackett suKRested the nomination of a
candidate other than .hist ice Chase, and
It xmis stated ho wanted a Oeniocrat as a
runniiiK mate for diisticv Uncock in tlie
executive w'ssion of tho committee. He
When the committee resumed it or.cn
session Senator llrackett at once naimsl
In IW1.1 (!ox-ernor HiRuins designated
jusuci'S iuscock anil uiaso to serve as
Associate JudKes of the Court of Apiie.iK
and they are now in their seventh x-e.ir of
service on tho Court of Aptioals 'beiuh
In imn thev xxen H'electeil Supreine
Court Justices for fourteen year terms,
having been renominated by both tlie
Itepublicans and Democrats.
vj.iiuiiv iv lILUIcai
.iJJrtii TiUphan$ .,
II XTIIIouvlilij BtlMI tUIn 1J0
it, Mnlli Mnr( .'ulllh I'.Dll
Mil Niiblraiid ATrnnn Iledfuid laou
hwl K1iiIIiiiIi Avaliue I'latbutll 12011
M flrii.Jwar XVIIIIaiiiiliur 1HH
I llarilenbrook Avenue Jimatca 1340
70 Slain Hlre.1
F ur llprkawar mil
Wrtt llrlt hton
BACKS SULZER BELOW 14TH ST.
tilnUi lie Will Ileal Straus
In I, otter Xhiiilmtiiiii.
A hundred dollars was Is't In Kro.ul
stteit yi stcr'la;. . c-xen money, that Sul
zer would net more x'otes than Straus
heliixx fourteenth street. The man xvlth
the Sutxer end tried to place JSOO more
at the Kline mills, tint could not.
Ap-irt from that the hettlm: market,
which broke! h have nrransed with In
Unite pattern e and lApMishe lesal ad
vice, way as dull yesterday as thu tall
mr.ney market nn a Saturday. Krokers
could ','ko only nominal quotutlniiR.
They said the odds were:
UllMin I le .1 SMlrc- l In 3
:i to i hira'.s 3 t,)
I in 1 llclers I In I
l!ul no luoker showed a commission to
plate on either side of any ofUleur sl
ai.ki u aictionT
I F i f t h Auction 1
i Avenue Rooms
333-311 fourth uv, S K cor Wth st X
1IKMU A IlAIuMAN. '.ucfr
On public view Monday &
Tuesday, October 7
A. M. to 6 P. M.
By orders of the Trusters
Estate of the Late
' Washington Sq. Xc.-l'i.
COMPKISLSTi IV I'AI!,
fieorRe III , early Kiuli-n and
American silx-i r, rare old Mielheld
Plate, ltrones. rare Porcelains
"VI S..I f- 1 1 1
includiiij; a set of ten Ch.urs made
by Heha, soxeral Oil PaintiiiKs,
I 1 i-ices, i.mens, .1 i.inrarv ol Hot Us
Hy rrder of the Kxecutors of t! e
Estate of the Late
Oil Paintings, Imij .ravings, l-.ieli-
2 lugs, Ac , and from private l.unilies J
O and esuites a niunher ol hill; Itugs, T
mi hiding a superb ( arpel ol uu-
: usual design and sie, also Ixirm.iu-
shah Carpets, Chiming Hall Clocks,
T Aubusson Suites; a magniflceutly
J carved 0.1k Dining Koom Suite, J
4 couijilete; Klcctroliers, Fenders, Z
tt Andirons, ,c. X
To bo sold on Wednesday, Tliurs- &
day, 1'Yiday and Saturday, October
J . hi, II and 12, at two o'clock each
MSW llll(ll-f,i Vorli I'll jr.
For fifty years RASTUAN
has been recognized by
everybody, very where,
as i lie beat practical
school In America. We
eilucateand place In pay
I iik positions over 1,000
young people each yccr.
All Comn errtal Ilriurhei.
i" and Nlihl henloas.
Cull or write tor Cutaloiue.
123d St. and
IpOS11 , J I MS"! Ch.ei
I I kRjf I A NY - tied'
J I f y fur I'atalriare,
r y ,t.'i4 XAf'KAU
1 i 1 J llliillie HI
lii'iirti i in
NT . NKXX' VIllll.V
lillg.. ur Il'kbu liil.kt.
' 'sl.Mlfis Miiiioi.. nj xvrrx'ili.
Individual Instruction day, even' i:.
lingua thruuilioul iba country,
The t S UKM.SdN Ml'tf CO.
Hin Ikilfonl Awnue, llriHi1 Ijn, N. Y.
Northern X .1 Iiraler
(iltl'KNi: MOTOIt CXH CO,,
s" xXuvhlnitlun Hired, oxtnrk, X J
1'or 1Iii)b anil oung 3lea,
;f Inslrucii&n .c Man
g and Boys
ST lt Aotuail Coat of Taaohln-j
Profaaalonai, Proparatory, 2
5-- Business, Trada,
' Day School
CimmticU , Sltn.irtt.'iic. I'sltigt ana
J-- s'lmti' ftfintsry dnonmir Gridct.
fr Evonlng Courses
ST Profnealonal Attouitincy (n-
u- V'Hrj full) ft e. P A Dftrcc. -7
nu9lnaaa--Adtcrtit.nl. Stlcsmin 2
in xt, Connncrtnl totf Sttnofrtphlc.
St Trailo-3 Brftnrlnf, Plumb.
ini. tiltrlclty PUn Rtiami and
Ejllmtt'ni Dratlint. encrt. Indui- !
trlit Chtmltirr. Launirj Clitmlsiry.
Sti CnUff tntrintr, Hlh School. -"
Lanquagas French Crman.Span
"ft. anflltri A Ml Cra4, EI-kuIIo-i.
OrtUttn, (l!f Cl, ;ioM(i, rid.
Sand for Catalcga
23rd Street Y. M. C. A. 3
212 . 2,?rcl St. Cl-clsca 19S4
?3(! SI. anil MtKST KXIt A VII
"From l'rlniar; lo 'llrs"
I'rrpam IIciti Ihorouehlr
for all I nllpgra anrt Trrhnlral School,
All lliihl icmn. liHlUlihi.il l.isiructlnn. Slir
ot dn-vr llmllrd, Wllltaij- Drill (optlnnali.
Utirarv. (Ixmnaslum. Aihlclc under n
I'frlrncri! trainer Atlrrnoon rrrrrailon claax
fnr j mincer boys. Separate bullrtlnc for
)rlinarx' and Itinlnr rl.e: hoys a 10 11 ;oo
iiradtiates hnxe entered roltetre.
'uusiratril caiuloyttf urm application
l.'lil ear beaini Sept, 3B
lleartmmler at School erry mnralna.
I'.t.ie.lcit IT, VI, pn
Spi'ilxl mil Miacssful mrpxMUnn tor Cell. I'M
.s.vsi..s,i,.si, rinh II l.N 1 .
1 1 1 . X
,w l.l.l . 11, lit, .(III
ITHl oilier roll.-ires Pl'l.l. nnsjiviruu
H.St: PHIMXIIY ("LASSi:. Uhoral'ori.'..
nicliini. .xil'leilp l lelil
iki.i i'H'im: 377 lllXTHSini:,
, Collegiate School
1 X I e irrcn, I'rndmiter.
' I ' ,li rii,t 1 1,
lln, nrepiireil lor the nllegei and Vlan.
Ilflr ( I100U. rrlmarr department. Modern
ilioul hullillni;. Well. equipped J mnailum.
a;. till ecr bculni Oi Inlirr I.
L. D. RAY, 3S W. 84TH ST.
iwnt i uost ii io i. , t.i. i)i:i'.xiti'ui:.vrs.
IMi (iiailualo lle liniered College.
No Ini'iic unity for hox-H under llflern.
.S.-liool now Open. I'hone iM .Schuyler.
muit m;.Ni)iti:n .x,m si.vrv niiAiVuAn's
, havi: i:.Tfiiii:ii cuu.i:ii:.
OLT I.NCi ri.ASMIIN. (IVXt.VASIUM, ATIILUTIO
Ulil.ll. HK.()l'i:.NS (XT.
vo i:am r,u i ii hi.
The 21st Year of
Hamilton Institute for Boys
HI' M KYI KMl AK..H. W Cue ofMiliM
I ('lie re anil Cii iime-rlal 1'iepaiatlna,
Lexington Ave. & 3Sth St.
Miiiidn.edi.cnln; nnd rrldvevenlnc
( oniiiieicliii mid Meimirraplila Courwa.
anitlxliliial liirirurilmi, .Send for pru
peclir.. .No Sollrltnr.
Sprrl.il Chiei In lllaher Airnunt
Int. Audlilnx anil luiiinrrclal Law.
Number I. Hulled.
lirSI.MIS.S M IIOOU New
location. iN'e' eoulpnisnu
(Jill Year 11J W lllh st
Wo 11 nrl I f f"1"'" Imlllute.BfOJdiYir 72d St.
"din i I Stenooriiihii. okkeeplni, aerctarlil
Count, Cliliiculci NiwcatiiHrMdr
NKXV VOHK lret Nrik, l 1.
Far Bari and Younc Men.
iK GREAT NECK, L.I.
r,,...,. ki tndiet
daily companionthip with men who underitand boyi.
Offer boarding school training that tupplement that of the horns
ONLYtS MILKS PKOM PKNNTLVANI STATION
NKtV YOKK New York City.
THE HUMAN VOICE
Cultivation off Voice
III MlWili", lloe'i'.on, IV.nllli','
I'ulil e .',a"(liu'
TREATMENT OF VOCAL DEFECTS
llilsklnesN, Weak Vo.ce. Slant Ureal li,
Harshnes. Knlpetlo Voice, luipure Qunllt ,
Limited Coiiiia, Clinmre in Itegisler,
t'lpru'vtnan's Sore t'liro.i
REMOVAL OF IMPEDIMENTS Or SPEECH
Mnininerhiir, siutlerlng, I.Uiilne, Spas
inoillc llcslinlion, liidlsthui Arllculiil Ion.
I'litrons and pupils carefully pieparod
for purler, plnlfiirm, pulliit. choir, concerl.
aliigp nnd opera.
DR. R. E. CLARKE, Director
formerly Dlrecteur le la S"ctloiiP Voc.de,
de l'lnstltiit del Lniutues Ltr.mgeros. nnd
j Lxcetim Dramatic School, ruo Traneliet.
raris, Krnnco. i.ntc oi steinert nun. iios
Tlnrke's Practical Lloctitlon."
"The lluinnn Voice In Song."
"The Speaking Voice."
"The Cause and Treatment of Voail
"Voice Attributes (Volume, Conirans,
Quality), How Attainable. "
"Voice Iliilldlng an Kxnct Science."
"Ilealliii! by Voice lluiltling anil Its He
LYCEUM VOCAL STUDIOS
t:sr tiaiii .stiu:i:t.
Thouo 73(ii Madison Square.
Conservatory of Music
at the NATIONAL 0
M:itVATI)HY OF MI'NIC
OF AMI.ItK'A, Mr. .Iran
nette M. Thnrher. rmmiler
Frlnealinn 'id llrnldent. stl'IM'l.i:-
caucmon mkntakv i:.amia-
TIONS In AM. IIIA.NCIII'.S or MfSIC for
applicants of lalrnl and ulthnut mi-nns
Salurdax, Oil. 13, from 1(1-1 a, a-4 P, l.
tlabllhed for the Ihorouah nlueallon
nf serious (.Indents In music.
AddrcssHintKTAItY.lM XV 70thSt..V Y.CIty
New York College
i:vi3i :.sv Avni sr., xv.w
Dlrrrtorr CHl, IIIMX Al';rsr rHAKMOKC.
Urnnx Ilrnnrh, I10J 1'iibion Koa'l. ninor Ififlih,
Ihoroiiirh liTstructlun In nil hranchp- (f niuslr
H I frl nl thr irvt eminent niul exnTlnu vil
lnMruc.or. fiillDulntr tlie -atnc ilna of l-Ki'.ruc-tlnn
tlfthn.shcM hi :hc Ninllnr; Kuropern nn
strvatorlcs. .Ntwi rncupnL llarniuuv Dept.,
Kuttln (JnlOniark; Mntln Hit. - Mir I me I Sln,io.
S ml tor rfiiHht'uc
The Institute of Musical Art
of llie lit of ,en Xork
I It A. Mi IIAMIidM II, lllrertnr.
An I'nilnwed School of .Music.
Conducted holrly In the Interests of lilchcr musical
education It provides studentu of nalural nullity
and earnest purpose a thorough and complete
education tn music without Koine abroad. The
operatic department vtU he earned rm In clote affilia
tion utth the Metropolitan operu lloust. Hates of
enrollment and examination, Sept. :illtn (o
October lOih, Session opens October 14th.
For calaloiruo address llox 325.
I -JO Claremont Axe.. N. V.
Tl:. III.K OK VOCAI. U IC
Never falls lo bring results. Sludlo CUrrmott
Hall, JSSl llroaday. Knlranceon li;th t. 1'hon.
rRllxirtORMAI, INS TIT It TK OF MV 10
VjIA1II. Potsdam. N. T. Training school for
,-urcrvinr cir uusie in public scnoon. untn hmi
X olce. Harmony, rorm. Kar Tratulns. Slchlblaf-
XEH' VOHK New Vork City.
ARION, 59th St. & Park Ave., New York
Vanted for the chorus:-
(iCDIIemcn xv Uh cood xo'.ces, free school for
muslcAl sleht rcadlnE, Musi understand
For the orcheatrn-aection:
Kiperlcnced amateur Inslrumenlallsts.
Knim ledge of German not essentinl.
For tho rlramatic-aectiou;
Voung ladles and cenllemcn liossesslnr dra
matic talent and a thorough Knowledge of
All caiulidAlcs must be socially accrpUiblc, ap
plications by mall.
FIIKNI II graduate teacher, formerly llerlltr.
Hihool, gives lessons at residence or at home
high Illoratuic and beginning; trial lesson free.
I'. i:., box 4S(i .Sun uptown ullire, 13(11 llrondway.
"SHU' JKKKV llahokeir. " '
Far Boyi aad Voung Mea.
P!te Si lei Slli nd rtlli Sl llnl-ili-n. V. J
Roopans Sept. 16th, 1012
Krittslratlon lints Sept, II III anil loth.
Examination for ailm lusliin Sept, 1 1, I'J, 1.1.
Courses of nudy preparalory to t'nlversttles.
Colleges. Schools ol Science, Law and Xlcilklna
The rale of tuition It JIM per year
For ntrla and Vounc Women.
tanford, N. J.
Home school for girls, limited 10 2S: special
course domestic science. Wrtie for catalogue.
Timely, Helpful and Unbiased
SCHOOLS nd COLLEGES
Till: SUN maintains a most efficient
This complete service is absolutely frej
ct charse to you.
Accurate and unbiased information
given to all inquirers.
This service will prove of valuable
nsistance in selecting the proper schojt
or collefie for placins Vour boy or girl.
In writing uive sufficient details so that
intelligent ailvice can be Riven.
Permit us to help solve that vexatious
school problem for the coming season.
FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE BUREAU
170 Nassau Street, New York City
M:V 1()KK tlrrnt Neck,
for nrt mill Young Men,
York lily country Scfcjol
Worth investigating in the interetU of your Bo;
A irhool in which cenrrtl culture it not ucrificed lor colic-.
Mi..e mminitioni. An eictpttcnil opportunity (or the cilv U.
under the environment of country ho.nf. m
.NKtV VOH It New York Clij.
For filrln anil Vouna Women.
The Veltin School
GENERAL COURSE AND
UNUSUAL ADVANTAGES IN
FRENCH IN EVERY GRADE
Number of pupils limited to twilve
in each class. Fireproof school
building, thoroughly equipped.
160 AND 162 W. 74th ST.. N. Y.
Conncctltiff with A. Includlnir 101 XV MUSI
DE LANCEY SCHOOL
wr-sr r,.M a vi:mii: and bhtii sr.
niemrtiMrv. 1 1 Itrti School and College Pre.
paratorr. Primary Cl.xes for 13o Mndfr.
carten lleparttnrnl. Iteopenn Oct. 1. Tel'ptioie
MtS PXX en""nres thut
vii r nnutTAfiv ntinni run
nc bUfiiaiubn vunuuL ;u(i.
l.icatnl nl Last J'JiI St., reopens Del. 31.
Ilonrdlng pupils from la to :i years of age. Dif
pupils from s lo so years.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE ?RS
:i xirst Hist St. Central Park V. est.
A thoroughly c lulpped. loin; established s:liod.
Collere crrilllcntcs. Classes for little boys.
mCCIIDI C 241 Central fin
OClHrLC . or Mtl
lloaidlng nnd Day .School for (llrls. College I'rr-
pariory. special classes, uusic. social lite,
i m: c:arini:r nihool.
HOI Fifth Ave.
Dav and Doardlng School for Girls. Mih vesr.
ttegular and special curses, rost-graduatt
leclurc course In Drama, Opera. Sociology, ete-
i:.XI'i:itIi:.Ci:il xlslilng leaeher (lady) for
ncrwius, bacKwanl ( hlldreni recommrndeil bf
piiysicinus, i.. j . a., uo.x iui .-tun omie.
Dancing Uoth feici.
MR. OSCAR DURYEA
Tuition in Aesthetics,
Dancing and Deportment.
SALONS DE DANSE, 47 W. 72d St.
Also SSS and S3 West I Had Street.
HAI.I. -Itllll.M Sl.'ITK I'OK lti;.MAU
'lei. UU and 6:1; Columbus.
MR. 6E0R6E W. WALLACE'S
.school ron 'rixMi.Nuwi. haxi'inc,
Hrrtti'n Hnll Hotel, Mtli si and H'unv.
Clnss and )iT''ile tuition isett ritatncitc
Superior native tesrheri
Trial lesson free
The Ileal Method.
llay and Exenlng Sessions
At School or Residence.
Send for Catalogue.
Madison Square tU22 llroadwayi
rtarlem Ilranch. SIX I.cnux A v.. nr. U1U 9k
Jlrooklyn " S1S-320 Uvlngslon St.
rOCilPU I-essons, conxersatlon. Ilierature. traat
rnLflbn laitons. Henri de Lafliole, 2fil2 Till AV
Kloculton llolli isexes.
New York School of Expression
v. c. a :iih west ti-ih si.
Pally classes begin October 7th. Xolce defrctj
cured; Klocutlon. Oratory. Kxlemporaneoin
SpeaMng; Drama: l'hyslcal Culture: Saiur.txy
Classes for teachers and High School StuUeiiK
For Both tsaies.
BRYANT SCHOOTFOR STAMMERINB
Dependxhle treatment for speech Impediment.
Methods devised and used successfully by a plur
flclan for many years. Examination and Informa
tion gratis. l)r. 1 A. Ilryant, Principal. K xt'sii
Secrelar ships up to and over Mono yearly,
t'nltrd Mates School of
.Via Fifth Axe., N, Y.
Ksplanntory booklet free. Correspondence cnurss
LEARN TO COOK
The service was so appreciated by our i"'"
pupils uu had lo secure larger quarters.
i.rvrKi 's. ao xtt.st Q4rn st.
WA.Vri'.li for the stage; permanent pnsltloj
paying Wi prr week; consult contract dept. sir
rtnj or Mnmlay, XVednesdayand rrldayevenliiri.
TAVl.OHV, rm XX est d st.
l or llojs nnd Young Man,
! KEW YORK MILITARY AGfiDEItU
COHaNU'AKUO.N-HUDSO.N, N. .