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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
i rvr clillMT MP Till.' I.' V ss'n '
AHI l I It I J 111' till. IjAM I
I!ftlii' Collection nt tlio Mnnti'OK
(iiillery Sjicuks I'nivcr
vn I liimcfiiiiofc.
ijoy the remarkable exhibition of
o.i ly ( hiin'sf I'lilntinKH, comprlaittK tho
collection f W. llnhr, now to he
ni'nn ni the MontriKi KHlleries one need
not In- vithI in the tradition!, and mib
tletiri of tlio Oriental art nplrlt. though
rcii n superficial acquaintance with these
xvi udii mightily to the vUltor'H upprc
CI Jl ion
It ,i connois"!ir of ( hlnee birth were
to enter the Rallerle his first impression
mifclii well lie one of tho downright ln
t'iiiteraliee on the part of the exhibitor.
fo the waIN of tw o large room are htmg
v.u'i a wonderful variety of ancient
u-Konpe and flirure pictures painted on
s.lk in water colors nml mounted on roll I
rf he.ivv fabric in tho form of scrolls,
vtrle the middle of one room contains
a o n series of caseR of old pottery and
i ikvciI i-tinie shrines. The ( hinese col
lector s way of housing his treasures Is
to keep paintings roller! up like scrolls;
when he wants to enjoy them lie opens
o'ie at a time, holding it in his hands or
'wiping it from a suitable place. After
iin-pcction it i rolled up before the next
one h opened. Kuch a simultaneous dis
play of color and form ns this group of
ramtings and sculpture" affords would be
a writable debauch to reticent folk of
The prexent exhibition had a predeces
sor last season which won so much at
t ntum as to malto this one inevitable.
M' Hahr brought these treasures of
indent art together In the course of over
wenty years residence in China. They
. hide paintings made in dynasties as
,ir back as those of Sung, whose period
is from ncii to ijsii .v. t) ; Yuan, 1280-l.Wi,
and Mine, tGOS-U't I, the latter two dy
nasties, corresponding roughly tothe early
end late Uenai-Minco epochs'ln Western
l'urope The c.irvei htone objects from
sepulchral shrines go back much further,
vie or two being placed at a date as re
mote us tho Stiann dynasty, which flour
ished 17115-1 H I' These shrines are
expressive and of forms often full of
be iuty, to Western eyes, but it is the paint-
fgs that will claim most attention from
Within the limits of tlio seventy silken
futures here on view there is a wide
range of theme and treatment, just as
there would be in any like number of
i rt works gathered from what European
im -to lir.d done in Hcnnissanie days
I hero nte enormously clever interiors,
v ith animated personages holding con
crw; family scenes, with children at
play (the children often exhibiting, as
in contemporary pictures by Heuais
snnco Kiiropejt s, a preternatural ma
turity of countenance like little old men
and women l ; sirt iuulnrlml figures at
How range, as of a horse and his ad
mirably llfeiiko nttendunt. studies of
i irds outdoor scenes decorative in char-
tor Atid occasionally, not oftencr
'ban one meets the same sort of mood
i old l'uropean paintings there ere
tevelutions of something high and mys- ,
terious. something abstractly imagin-
. tie. Imuntinc, unforaettuble
I erhaps the surest meeting ground for
Orient and Occident in this assemblage
ci work br master craftsmen is a re
icnrkr.hle portrait of a nobleman of the
e; rlv uan period, which occupies the
otre of the wet wull in the Montross
( . Uery s rhief room. This imposing old
.. istocrat, with his dceii red robe, his
I ck shovel hnt, his tingertips barely
con. as they hold before him a noble
nee of rich color, and Ills dignified face,
v Jli its thin black mustache and beard,
t is line old fellow might have taken shape
ider the brush, of a Continental Ku
t' i can artist of the first rank, a Hol
i n ii c!asqiie7., a Van Dyck. Xot one
. these could huve heightened the sense
' vnet enfolding dignity that enwraps
1 t obleiimn No member of this trio
. . .'d have suggested more of the kindly
i rve. the taken for granted yet ut-
i 'Sinning importance of Uie man. Not
e of them would have fared better
tii 'he means i,t his disposal, for there
) i o stiendtliriit quality about the spread
i'iu of tie pal't upon the silken bar!:
Ct. .i,ul 1 xerv stroke has been made
to count every f n tor In the composition
ilav its vital art
'l1u i universal
lis i universal art, ono could soon for- !
whether China or Kpuior Italy had
... I . . , .. ti , i. tliombel ves ,
t .'i ... . ll..,..l,...l,. Cl,l,.,..in nnd i
i i . nil. ii m-i-iii i uiit-vuii .j . ...... ..v- ..... .
eiel-ire unfamiliar in modes of thought '
and ' ireeiion
"t i e mirhboriiiK wall, fur example, ,
If a winter night landscape, wun geese,
in "ie foreground, si'tnwi uy no less a
nias'er llum Wu-tuo-t7e, of wliom n con
tempnrnry Clilncso critio said that It
emed ns tliough n nd possessed him
. ( w iclded the bruli in hi liand I ho
, iiir of impalpable darkness und the vague
1 i -s of the lnndscnie background seen
' .in the xnntuge point of tho obBerx'er,
ii'idLng by a snow laden tree in the
' ground, nro of curiously enthralling
er They embody mystery without
" mess. . , , , .
x ,, fnr away from this is a landscape,
lidty mountuln fK-nka, almost pyra
i ' .1 In their bleep contours, nnd trees
nro nbtlv placed ho us. to enrry on
( enforce tlio rhythm of the larger
t tire of the BCene, Look at this Ioiik
" ugii to get nst tho initial sense or
i i reliability and convention In these
' itiesi. moiintuitia (which are declnred
experienced travellern to be, arter
not unlike the actual peak In parts
' ci imi) and you can Boaroely fapo
spell that moved iho artist; it in "III
i . tative, mill it communicates to you
H notion of tho painter's feeling for
i eroio form and lieanty of the vast
- Id of outdoor. And ihh painting
m ril-cd tn Mi-Fel, who lived and died
r Sung dynasty, perhaps a thousand
. Ire" in the large was looked upon
' he ancient f'hlneho an more P
ih.iii any figure of fl human WM,
-ut tains meant not only lieautirul
' him or noble patterns in a design; Uiey
! lulled man's iispirotlons, his solitary
I.' I- nnd n;nbillor,s. Clouds were his
" ams, tree forms meant thoughts ana
i" flowing waters of rivers hud tnelr
iv. r. . orriuponditig emotional equlvalentB,
"ut these conventions wre not strict;
tJiny were elastic enough to lie supple
I.iinilH'npcs nml Fiiriircs
Silk Tluil Have Snrvtvpil
. w....... "---- -- jun- ,u-. ......... ... w .... .r ? .. V'.,,,,.. Xl n.i.l Xtes I, 1. D.silier
civen It tilrtll t et witu a uuie iMuiciicti, t Ull, wrlcllnic or her brother. Ixlvvurd whs worn by tier moiiier itwasoiwi .if": ' ' '. ,' ,"' . . r ,., ','
., viUlllgness to see the collection In lels- N Towna,n(1, Jr.. and Miss Beatrice brocade. Her lona veil, which w of old Mr llWlMr. W ;'; "'Vi.drt Steve, sot.
urelv fashion and. better, to go back for sUolas early last month In Babylon . I. I ' f(l,niy aPP, ua arranged with orange r ,;JX1 kmxiioI- I! Tn rtni Anii.x
,. sr., ii vi t, to con rrn und deepen jr. McAllister Is tho only son of, Charles ,,' William A IraiicK A tl. uirnui, Anna
m.. onoreLlons the New Yorker who ilaticker .McAllister or f'h Imlelp hla an. ,,u's""".1 ,. ,. , ,,, .,,,. L. Barry. Mrs. W. C Bacon, Mr nnd Mrs
!; suss SSs;, "-"""v"""
taater the moulding toucil ol niaewJi
rtlts, painters that were not mere
"H'li.uiiiw of the water color brush, put
l'"tH at heart. This spirit of genulns
"nngimiiioti, of kindling emotion, lives
J"i hi the faded colors nnd the funct oiuU
Jines ,,f tho hce-t of thwe eld paintings
1,0 W the exhibition and let It speak to
I JOSEPH WIENIAWSKI DEAD.
I'ollah IWiml.fa , f. Ovrr.hn.l.me.l
l III" VIollnlM Brother.
Sprciol Vtitlr litHvtcli lo Thk Six
llniHKl,i, Nov l -The pIriiIhI .losi'idi
lenlnwl,l it ilrml hi the ne of 74 lie
was horn nt l.ulilln, Calami.
iilwiiya lirrti ovrr-liinlnwod by Mint of hi
I (trot lift , Henri, the violinist, wih horn at
l.imlln. Poland, hi 1MJ. Henri u i.n
rnr older. Iloth ul tendril (tin CiirU Con-'
'rVtt,oir from im prtrlv aire, nml In m.vi,
when the yoiinir violinist ns nml the
. iitmiKi of the nmtiite of 1:1, they
Jointly mitred upon i onreri tourx through
Kilrope. whlfh weie hkhly shim enslii! loiter
Henri nmdp many lours with Ittiblinteiti,
coming to thin country in s;;; .Inn-ph
"filled for a time In Moscow, where he
linielit mid conducted for musical Ktvlrtle.
Henri went to Hie CoiiHervntory'nt HriH
el In 1S7 mid a few years later wan Joined
hy hli brother, who thereafter for many
years uu a profeHsor In the noma lntltil
lion Henri died in mi, and Joseph, who le
tlretl (omf yearn nso. survived hi in until
.Inenh II. (ienrli.
t'ltll.AlJm.pltlA. Nov. Is Jacob II (Sen
na, a retired ilenlal Instrument manufie
Hirer, la tfiul at his home. 401 K sniiue
mreet. fnllnwlnr a. in... . , ..i
ef hrnnehlsl pneumnnls
I.. umni wai one or ine oidtm inm-
hers of tne Germsn Society, He s bbrn
In (termsnr Shortly sfter comlnr t
Amerirs he engsted In dentsl msnufaetur
J,"'! w?n,y'nv .y'"r' " he r"lr'",
"i ""i"'- ivun mo nsugniers. .ills
t.mms C. Oenrl unit .MIm Clara V. Oenrl
11 Is alo survived by a married daughter
Mrs Anna Itobrrls ef this city
Cant. Henry Krerdelt.
rapt Henry RveMell. who ai the time
of his retirement from the National Guard I
In l?0. had completed fifty years aervlce I
In the Heventh lteglment. died suddenly on
l'rlday at his home, JJ Alice court. Brook- 1
l.n. In his setenty-elghth year. He sur- 1
vlved his brother. Col William Rverdell,
onlv twelve daya. Ills family lias been i
reprsentert In the Seventh rteglmenl since
ins rather, wtuism Kverdell, Joined II In
IsJl. Capt. Kverdell aerved with the regi
ment during the civil war and afterward
ws tih his father In the firm of William
Hverdell A Rons, engravers and printers.
He formed the Kverdell Tress and continued
In this business until Ittl, when the firm
was dissolved, He was a member of the
New England Society Ills wife, who was
Mary 11. Ewbar.k. two sons and a daughter,
Kl-fioT. William I.arrabee.
DRS MOINt:s, la., Nov 16 KtOov will
lam I.arrabee died to-dy at his home In
I'lermont, Kayelte county, aged HO years.
He was ihe twelfeth Governor of tosia and
the llrst real progressive lender In the fitate,
being responsible for most of the railroad
laws no on the statute books He was nrt
elected llovernor In lssj, He served two
lr, Kdsranl Parson Jmall.
ritll.ADni.I'HI A. Nov. Dr Rdard
t'aon Small died to.d.iy at his home. 1609
Hummer street, at the age of ;i years He
wns one of ihe most widely known of local
SAY CARLE NEGLECTED PART.
Kraiee and I.ederer'a Answer li c
Inr'a "lull for Dsmtiri,
Harry II. I'razee and (.eorge W lderer.
theatrleal managers, filed their answer
yesterday in a suit by Richard Carle to
recover damages tor breach ot contract in
connection with the production of "Jumping
Jupiter." in which Mr. Carle appeared last
year They ask Judgment on a counter
claim of JlVnno which they eay thev lost
lecaiie of Mr. Carle's action.
The defendants ssy the play was written
to display Mr Carle's eullar ability and
without him In the cast It was not a success
They ihnrcK that he failed to do his part
skilfullv. tiecame addicted to the use or
liquor and was frequently unfit for service.
Thev sav he failed to appear for the per-
lnrmnu, i, I III. hm.it, il I'o nml flint Im a
w)rH of oth). cllip, M, n'rtinif wa bad
becni.se ot his condition
.Xlnie. Srnibrlrh Well Asnln.
Mine. Sembrirh. who ws compelled lo
cancel tier concert in Richmond owing to a
cold, sang Inst night nt Columbia, 8. C ,
before a large audience. Mine. Sembrieh,
who Is now entirely recovered, will sing for
the next two weeks In the South. She will
reappear In New York In the first week ot
ShfiWespeare nt the Garden.
John i; Kellerd will begin to-morrow night
an enea?ement ut Ihe Harden Theatre
which will tie devoted to the revival of the
plays ot Shakespeare "Hamlet" will be
given during the llrst week. In the com
pany appeiring I'll Mr Kellerd are Amelia
Gardner. Aubrey lloucieaiilt. Charles
Stevenson anil other w ell known actors
Miss Torrnaend'a Kngigement An-
Mr. and Mra. Kdward Xlcoll Townsend
of (Inrdcu City, I. I , have announced the
etii'ni!, .ment of their daughter. Miss Audrey
Valrlle Townsend. lo Coidon ltulherford
McAllister of Philadelphia anil Baltimore.
xi Townsend wae one of the bridesmaids
ti.. iii,i n nlahnn nnvd ( iiroenter.
i,i,- iii.iii .... - ' ,
rormorlv lllshop of Blpon. Ilngl ind. is In
town visiting . I. Plerpont Morgan He vvll
preach thh morning a' Ht. Oeorge's ( hurch.
I'lays nml l'lsyera.
The Colian Harris Compiiy which will pro
duce "Slop Thief." a frce written sround the
sublecl of tdefitnmanla by Carlyle lloore, led
for svracme yeaterday and will open there to
morrow night In the Kmplre Theatre, The
members of the rompny are Mary Hyan, Vlvlm
Martin. Hnlti Chester. Uaude Terrell, Umbo i
Wouls, William Doyd. TranU llacon. Barry
Itllllaid, Klmer Booth, Clyde Htinnewell. Hubert
Cummlnga and Tbotnaa Flndley. The farce was
tried out early In the season but wa taken o(t
to have the rough edges smoothed down.
William Harris. Jr., tne theatrical producer,
ton of Mr. Harris and a brother of the late llenry
H. Harris, received Ihe congratuiauons oi many
friends In Ida offlcea In Ihe Hudson Theatre Pudd
ing yesterday Twins, both boys, arrived at hla
home In Uay Bide early yesterday morning.
I,s fields announced yesterday that his
muxlcal remedy "The Sun Dodgers" will succeed
"The Dove of Peace" at tbe Proadway Theatre
November ?S. Bessie Wynn, the Ur, It sup
ported bv Oeorge W, Uuntoe, Harry Ktsher nd
Tho 'Carnival company of sixty persons, of
which (trace Oef.lge Is the star, left yeaterday for
Toronto, where It will open at the Itoyal Alexandra
Theatre to-morrow night. Mlis (ieorge was
accompanied by her hiisDanu, air. A. uraciy.
Compton Maekenile, who wrote the book and
then dremalUfd It. will appear In Uie leading
rlherin Julius Marburger made a presentation
speech after the performance at the West find
Theatre last night when the members ol the
"Hanky Panky" company gave Marcus Loew,
one of the proprietors, a gold and silver loving
cup. The company leave to-day tor a tour of
A recapitulation of the auction sale of seats
for the opening performance of the Weber Held
company shows that the gross takings were
Sll.ZTS. Thla did not Include any balcony seats
of the last eight rows ot the mettanlne balcony,
so the audience next Thursday night will repre
sent over MAW In cash, The regular box oftlce
sale opens at the Music Hall to-morrow morning
' """"" Jollne anil Mis (leitiude iticiinrdson or .TnT.-TT nTT.?,,Tnn,T
STEFANSBON'S TROPHIES SEEN,
tlfllr i f the rlli nt Prltntr Vleir
A private view wa given lecently of notiie
of the curios and tiophles of four yeiim
of estiloratlon. In the Arctic n-glpns which
wein eei ured liy llhjaltnnr Stefansxon,
ho (iinilucted an expedition In the Intel
ele id l tin Anierluin .MiimmiIii of Natural
HiHluiy with Dr. AuderMin, who in now on
Ills way homeward hound for tho museum
with pdditlonal xpcclmeliii mid data,
Ktefanhon mient nhout two iiionths In
ths reitlon of I'olnt Harrow, AIhIii, wheie
he et en vat ed nuineroim nncleiit Knhlinn
vlllaite -Ite-. In the vicinity of I'olnt Har
low he ilMcovered tunny primitive taklnio
lamps, mmleltof limit lint lrns, arrow heads
ond domestic uleiislls, crude, hut revenlltiK
Aiiioiu: other objeots hhown were the
teeth of a mammoth, tov traps anil deer
traps ni'ide with snares to em nip tne name
of the l-'ar North, nets made ol llieslnewi
of Arctic tdrds, cotwlderi'd a rarity, and hun
dreds of other uniour Kpecln ens,
It Is th opinion or Ur t lar msier, an
authority on amhropolopy, that tlieso speci
mens fomilnc the lollectlons from the
Arctic legions (oinbiiied with historical
data will enahle the explorer to prove that
the Intmductloii of tobacio pipes, the la
hrels, tlsh nets and otlci olijecis wa almost
recent and rrom the West, whereas lottery
was known a Ioiik ttine ami.
rounil I'o in lariow nieianison re-
unrieni ru nn 01 I ne ihkiiiiii viimKmi
A sernnd ei. edition Is tielnir tdanned hv
Stefansson for the American Museum of
Natural II 1st or)', as was announced last
week trom Washington. I), f
TEACHERS' DAY AT MUSEUM.
Kxplnrrr Ntrfanaann Telia of Adven
(nrea In Arctic Hriglon.
About seven hundred teachers assembled
froln ,n Wlou borouittis or ew orK
5 esterilay .afternoon III the atidltorlum or
American .Museum of Natural History
"ie occasion beliuc the third teachers' day
The feature of the programme was an
illustrated lecture bv Vllhjalmur Stefans-
son, who descrilMVl his adventures amomr
the blond Eskimo, of Coronation Gulf anil
vicinity which the explorer discovered In
the Arctic regions.
t the conclusion of tho lecture the teach
ers were invited to see the collection of Arc
tic curios gathered by the Stofanason
Anderson expedition In the Ksklmo region.
l)r Kiederick A. Lucas, director or the
museum, also addreseed the teachers on
"Kxplnration and Kdticatlon." and Asso
clite Superintendent of Schools tlustayo
Stnubenniuller spoke on the "talue of tho
.Museum to the Cuhllo Schools "
After inaklnu a tour of the exhibition
halls the teichere assembled for toi in the
Philippine hall, on the fourth Moor or the
The wedding or Miss Helen Noel l.ourii.
daughter of .Mr Hnd Mrs. Henry I'., (iourd,
to Dr .1. Pierre lliignel. took place nt noon
yesterday In St Patrick's Cathedral. The
ceremony was iierformed by the ltev I'ather
Wiirher. rer tnrot the Church ot St Vincent
de Paul, and was followed by h nuptial mass,
which the Hev Father Kulllvan of Ht Pat
rick's Cathedral celebrated The chancel
was banked with palms and yellow chrysan
themums. The bride walked to the altar with her
father She wore a gown of white satin
trimmed with roe point lace and mnde
with n long court train. A veil of rose
point lae and tulle which was arranged
with enp edect and held by a coronet or
orange blossoms entirely covered the gown
She wore a diamond corsage ornament, the
gltt of the bridegroom, and carried a lou
uuet of lilies the valley and white orchids.
Mrs, Louis .) De .Mllhau, sister of the
Pride, w as the matron of honor, and another
.sister. Miss .Jeanette (iourd. was the maid
i r honor. The bridesmaids included the
I Misses Yvonne and linhrielle (iourd. also
( Mstors of the bride Marguerite Hoguet,
Noel Johnston, a cousin. Miss Frances
' tl - .1 ML. t.n.,tu I'n.n.nl 111 u , r-
ltum.. ni erln rhlnon and' sat in with
Urge Idark velvet picture hats lopped with
black idumes. The bridesmaids carried
' l.rt.tMiinls of mnrmietltes and ttie matron
of honor carried a bomiuet of violets and
lU'nA K. Hoguet was his hrothcr'a best
man. The ushers were Marcel N. Ciourd,
brother of the bride Dr Alrred Htlllman
Id. Dr. Richard Derby. John 11. Marsh,
Raphael L Cciero and Dr lenwlck Iteek
inan, There was a small reception and wedding
break faat arter the ceremony at Ihe home
or the bride's parents, 21 West Twelfth
street Dr. nnd Mr?. Hoguet will live in
this city after a short wedding trip.
To st use nil I'hllllpa.
I'llll.Mtn.ritlA, Nov. 18 Miss Mnrgnerile
Fitgerald Phillips, daughter of Alfred
Ingersoll Phillips or South Twenty-second
street, to-dav tiecame the bride or Towns
end fttockton nt one or the prettiest noon
wedding of the season. The ceremony
was performed by the Hey. William ('
Richardson nt'Ht James's Kplscopal Church,
Twenty-second and Walnut streets The
1 chiir.h whs decorated with autumn flowers
' and foliage.
The bride wore the wedding gown that
OrntlCC. S J John W. Townsend IVHS
! best men Ihe ushers were ( har es .s
, Townsend. Koger Townsend, II Harlot
Itegtstci, Alfted I Phillips, Jr , xndiew
,1'oriei, i. Allison nuiuy, .vi .xiiiuuy i
(.eyclin nnd Dr Hunter Scarlett
Follow lug ihe ceremony them .m a
breakrast ut the home of the bride' father,
after which .Mi mid Mrs. Townsend left on
their weddlnir Journey.
Con vrn j Bllsh,
Nmv Hiii xswif K, N. .1., .Nov m,- In
Christ Church t tils afternoon at :t o'clock
Miss Hester Culder lllish, dnuuhter of
Arthur lllish or l.ivlntrstoii Manor, and
Thomns Armour Conway, dr., son or 'I hotnns
A Conway, Mr., were married by the Hev.
K. II. Joyce. I'nlins and pink and lavender
chrysanthemum were the decorations, 'I he
bride wns viven in tnnrrlaso by her rather
Mrs. A. S. Jameson of New York was matron
of honor The bridesmaid were Miss
Gertrude MacDonald, Miss Martha Convvuv
and Mis Harriet llultler of this city, and
Mrs. Uichard 11 MncDonuld of UUaheth
Itlchurd II MacOnnuld r Illbubuth was
best man. The usher were Kdward S
MacDonald or this city, William J Wilson,
Serrlll W. Nicholas or New Vork city and
Lawrence Kssulstyn of Claverack, ,V
After the honeymoon trip Mr. mid Mrs
Conway will live In this city.
Iii Cirme Church last nliiht Mis Henee
A, Model t. (IniiKliter of the lute ltev Wllltum
Henry Moffelt, who was ot one tlmo United
Htates Consul at Athens, (Ireece. was married
to Hldney I.evvl lloberts of Malvern, l'a,,
the ltev Chatles I,, Slattery, rector of the
church, ottlc'iitlnir, Only relatives and a
few Intimate it lends were present. Miss
Nancy Houiih m.d John New-hold lloiiKh,
children of Jiidire and Mrs C. M. Hoiiirh,
were flower ulrl and psire, Warren M,
Wrltfht of iloston was best man, The
ushers were Herbert Mcllvano, John Arthur
Frlck, Itlchuid bowen and lllclmrd Daniel
of Philadelphia, Mr, and Mrs, Jiouurts
will Uve in Mai vera,
Siiiiimt'i' Soiison Ooint's an
Kntl With the.CloKiniy of
t)u llninlKon Hotel.
most srccKssFn, vi:.i
More Visitors Tlnin During Any
Other Sunimpr Sppnt Vpa
t fons in tho Islands.
lB.With the closing )
Inst Saturday night of the Hamilton Hotel
the Bermuda summer season enme to nn
end. It has been th most successful
summer tho Islands have ever had, and
from the largely increased number of
visitors during tho last six months it
would seem that llermuda has entered
Upon a new era ns u summer resort, com
peting with the well knowu American
watering places. Tho Hamilton Hotel
will lie closed for nbout a month, during
which it will be renovated in preparation
for the winter season, which will begin
It lias taken many years for Bermuda
to get recognition from the summer vaca
tionist, but there is no longer doubt in
the minds of the various hotel proprietors
that they may well afford to keep their
places open twelve months Instead of
five or six, as many have dono heretofore.
During the summer the (Juebee Line has
hnd the steamship Uermiidinn running
on regular schedule, and the Itoyal Mail
has hnd a steamship in the regular Ber
muda service Theso vessels have been
filled to their capacity on almost every
trip. For next year it is likely that there
will be more frequent salllngsor that more
vessels will be placed on this run
While miitir of the summer visitors
this year have sjient two weeks vacation
in tho islunds, not a few passed several
months sailing, driving and riding about
Bermuda. Those who huve had but two
weeks have found their time pretty well
taken up Kour days in each case have
been enjoyed soiling through summer
seas on fast, comfortable ships, and the
other ten days have permitted of ex
plorations over the islands to the many
quaint and interesting spots.
Hamilton, because of its central loca
tion, has been the headquarter of prac
tically all the visitors, and the Hamilton
Hotel, on the heights overlooking the
city, has lieen made one of the busiest
gpots in the islands by the weekly arrival
of boat loads of tourists. For the tust
time in summer, demands for rooms weie
so great that portions ov the now section
of tlio hotel were thrown open
Owing to the death of the former (jov-ernor-Cieneral
the social activities of I ho
Islands were somewhat restricted during
the earlv minimer, but the nrrivul of
(ien. Uuiler, tho new Governor, stinted
the social round aguin. One of th" most
nleusini! Incidents to American wsl-ors
was the fortnightly band concerts by
the band of the sjueen's Royal ct
Hurrev Keiriinent. 'these concerts were
given whenever the two principal Ber
muda ships were in port nt the same time
Generally thia happened on Fridays of
alternate weeks. The concerts were
held on the terrace in front of the Hamil
ton Hotel, and seats were provided by
the management for all who cared to
listen. On such occasions not only did
the visitors from all the hotels apear
but residents of Bermuda for miles around
could be counted hy the score. Following
the music there was dancing, in tile Hamil
ton Hotel bail room. I hese evenings
provided the chief social entertainment I Mrs. K (darer. Mr and Mrs H lien
or tho summer, dace, Mr and Mrs 1' C i iirutliers, Mr
lute vii-itors to Bermuda were able l, i c di,., i r. i ir,.,i
I to attend the opening of the Colonial
I'selininent wtiere thev mw some ot tho
pirturesipie side of the government of
tho islands. Allan P 'Ihompson, summer
marager of the Hamilton Hotel, provided
tickets for all the Americans who wished
to attend the ceremony 'Ihe opening
was preceded by n review of the scarlet
coated troops by the (lovernor-Oenor.-il
and his staff all in gold lace nnd line trap
pings, Then came the parliamentary
session during which Gen. Buller went
through his oftlce Just ns does the King
In I ondon.
While Xew York furnished the larger
number of visitors to Bermuda during
the summer, residents of every section
of tho United States, clear to tho Pncillc
toast signed the registers of the various
hotels, Among those from New York
nnd nearby places who put up fit the
Hamilton Hotel were, Mr and Mrs. John
W Armstrong. Mr and Mrs B I Shiverts,
Mr and Mrs C. K Bracked, R A. Frtthii.
Kdward W. Nest ell, Charles M Miller.
Mr ond Mrs. E P Townsend. Mr. Hjod
Water. Mr. und Mrs. R. V Thursbv.
Charles Harper. W N Kiliot, McLean F
Morris, Mr and Mr. C D Fromhoff,
Mr nrd Mrs. R It. Hound. Mr ami Mrs.
It F Phillips. Mr and Mrs John W
Whyte. Julian A. Harris, Mrs M P. Mor
gan, Mr. B. Caniuin, (S C. .Mulct. Mr. and
Mrs J C Shulleck John Nater. It K.
(inir. Tennis and Sports Willi !oc
nnd (iun the Mtriictloiis.
CiiATMvomit, Nov. l. -Many Jolly
weHlceiut nnrtles are takioc jidviiiitntre
of the clorious climate in the pine nt t'vj
Woodland Country Club ut Chatsxvorth
this season, Rdf, tennis, and nuntiiic
beinc the important attractions. Ileforo
tho open season for deer closed fifteen fine
epecimens were taken xvithin u few miles
of tho clubhouse, while iuall and pheasant
Woodland Country Club is midway be
tween I.nkewood and Atlantic City in tlio
heart of a thousand square miles of pine
forest Membership include many promi
nent families throup,hout the Unito-I States
and Canadu, and tho olubhuiise itself Is n
Persons suflei line from general
debility, thin In Ites'.i or with poor
blood will receive Ihe greaies
benefit from using
The Oil in-cd III this prepa
ration we Impoit direct from
The taste of the nil Is over
count lu this combination
Luge Bottlei, $1.00.
12 Bottles, $11.00.
H. T. Dewey & Sons Co.
Makirs of Puro Wln-s and (ir.xpe Juice
litll-nie rears In lluslnrss Our (iiiutunire
plioue aOCi Cort. 13b i'Ultou tit.. N, V
, very large, modern and substantial build-'
lug, situated on tho shore of Lake Sim
motig, Tho club property comprises 6,(KJ0
LAKEWOOD SEASON OPEN.
.tlllil Wrnllier Mode lloraelinel. Hld
liiK I'npiitur DiirliiH the Week.
IiAKr.wo'in. N .1., N'ov in. The laurel
in tho Vinos, under the management of
!'. K, Sluite, who has been in charge for
the Inst seven years, opened It doors
i.i-duy. The legistiutluii was excellent
I end a number of changes in thv house
seere remarked, A ladles' reading una
wrltlug room has- been added. 'Ihe pro
gramme for the coming season includes
three concerts dolly by the orchestra,
under the direction of Lucius C. Hosmer.
Arrnimements hnvo been completed
for the annual charity banar to be held
December 7 by the women of All Sninta
Memorial Church, This nffalr has long
been n flxtufe on the sochil calendar of
tho resort. This year there will be tho
usual supper nerved, nl which tho entire
winter colony is wont to gather, and thero
will be a number of innovations,
The fancy table will be presided over
bv Mrs, K. V Matthews, Mrs. Oeorge
J. (iould. Mrs. V. A. Hamilton. Mrs.
Jasper Lynch, Mrs. A. M. Mncrionell
and Miss Hawley. The Dutch table will
be under tho charge of Mrs. liewla B.
Stlllwell and Mrs, Tunis 0. Bergen. At
iho nit tuble will be Mls Sophia Downer,
Mrs. t. K. Do Forest. Mrs. Olrard Ko
mninc and Miss Downer. The lingerie
tabl- will be under tho direction of Mrs.
K. M Home. Mrs, Wllllom Thaw, and
Mrs, A. Koland Cox.
There will be H table for useful articles
nt which Mrs. A N. Ilrndslinw, Miss Han
dall. Mrs K. A. SutlilTe. Mrs. M. V.Willis.
Miss Wclndell, Mrs. D. P. Simiison and
Miss Capen will conduct the sale. The
candy table will be in charge of Mrs.
Frank Tilford, Mjss Tilford and Miss
Lilian Baldwin. Miss Peggy Lynch will
direct urfair nt the flower tnhlo and Mrs.
Arthur H. Whitney will be in charge of
the sale of children's novelties. Tho
mystery table will be under the direction
of Mrs I.. II Sykes and Mrs, K. J. West
hall and there will tie n rummage sale,
with Mrs. K. P. Hurris, Mrs. S. (I. Waliu'-e
and Mrs. Frank. Cameron.
.1 Frank Shan ley arrived nt tho Laurel
House this wi-ek for tlio winter. Mr.
Slianley brought with him it string of
polo ponies, including Chance, the win
ner of the Piping Hock Consolation.
The Hiimmerlikc weather has made
horsekick riding a popular diversion
and numbcix have been seen on the roads
and bridle paths daily Among the riders
are Mrs K. M Home, the Misses Home,
Misi Ktnilie Handolph. P S P. lUn
dolph, Mr and Mrs A S. C,illert. A.
.1 Adams. .1 A Self, Miss Seltz. Miss
Schley, Miss Isabel Anderson, W. J.
F Fivnn. Hurrj1 C Kane and X B Xay
lor. Cottagers are busily at work preparing
dolls for tlio coming doll show, and a
number have Iveen contributed by Mrs.
(ieorge Fates Baker. Mrs. Tunis O. Ber
gen. Mrs Lewi. B Stlllwell, Mrs Charles
Uithrop Pack, Mrs C M. Hoof, Miss rer-
I rj, m,(i is l0wner
Arrival ut the hotels from New York
Ijnirel House-Capt. nnd Mrs. Melvin
Crawshay. .1 T Kill. II A. Brown. Miss
K. A White, Mies !; C. F.mery, Miss
Menney. Mr nnd Mrs. F. W. Rldgwoy,
A D Preston, Mr. and Mrs. L. Brenton,
Frank Tilford, L A. Collins, Mrs Charles
Baitlett Tun Mrs .1 K Atkinson,
Charles A Fox. H S (iourd, Mrs (ladlen.
; Mrt 'y u Klnley, Mrs if F Bkindjev
U-xitigton-W II Hoyte. J. II. Phii
liM. M I. Ityan. M II. Mackeii7ie, Miss
A Carter. Mttvi Merrick, V W Harland.
(5 B Andrews. J X I'rlckly. .1 F I-ovelf.
Carasuljo -V. h Walsh, L. Walsh,
Mr and Mrs J M Saulpaugh. Mrs. t
OiKtd. .Mr anil Mrs. C 1'. Kumpr, C.
W Dodd. D W Marten. J. M Frost,
Mrs. J ix' O'Brien, J. K O'Brien.
Oak Court-Mr Htxi Mrs K. H Kine.
Mrs. K L KIiik, J P J. Arthur. Miss
K. ( Dovle. Miss M. A liiighorn. B.
W Henkell, C II White, It F. M. Cowan
and the Rev. J F. McGrath
ARKANSAS HOT SPRINGS.
Arkansas Hot Kprinos, Nov trt
Arkansas Hot Spring i entjrtni ning its
HAUNTS M MitlCPKIt -On November 3. tat:.'
by the ltev Mr Dodd. Helen A. Marrudcr I
In Thomns S flumes, at Church nl the Ad
vent. San Iraiiclcu, Cai
GIBSON' On Thursday. November H. It3, at
his leetdenre Ml West iTfly-tltlh street
New XorK rlty. Henry Ntrtrkwcll (ilbMin, be
loved hutbniid of lwmlse 1'. Gibson
I'lliieral services on Sunday Uie 17 III at 3 o'clock',
Interment lit roim-nlriuc ol Ihe '.trail
UrooUlvn pupcrs plcu.e copy. i
KI.IISI' On Thursday. Nov ember II. 191?. lid
miind Millets liecw. In Ihe 47 til sear of rdi
. ere. sun (if Ihe Isle William 1, and Helen K
ii. lr pla.c, lliitiush. Ilroollyn. at: I1 M
biinday. Nnvinticr 17 i xv. J. Ililghbi'i
Ikach 1. Smilori
.MHMIIH' - lludolf. seed I 1'iiiieral from Tiir
! I'l'M-nM. rumen." 2.id i. (I'kvsk
i vmi'Iiii.i. Ili'ii iiix u. Mundav
UAI.IjrtO.V- On November I.X, In the 70th ycf
of tils avr, Isaac Wnltlrun, son of the Inti
Samuel U'allls nud llarllia Melchcr Waldion
l unerel f-ervlres Xlonlnv innriilns at 9'3d at
Trinity Chapel, West '.'Sth st liusion papers
Wi:illl.-()n l'rlday. November 15. HI3. at Hlver-dali'.oti-II'id'.on,
.-liter n brief Illness. Anna
U llcinwn, uldow at Gen Alexander Htewart
Webb nnd dauthter of the late Kdrahelh
Waldron I'lurnlx and Henry Itutiters Itemsen
Service at her late residence en Mondav .
November is, at 10.1.1 A XI. Spcclallralnv.il!
icnve (irand ( rnlral leimlnal tt U.V) A XI
icliirnlne leaves lllverdale after services,
Interment at Wcsl Point. It U kindly rc-1
iiiclcd that no flowers lie M-nl, i
YOD.NO,- Suddenly, on Saturday. Nuveiiher IA
lull, llanlel Vliiiln Vmi in, wKl- ut lilcliiiid I
"X m ii cr. I
I'liuecal fervli-cs .till he held ai her laic resi
dence, st Lincoln id., I'lMliusli, llrooklyn,
N . nil Tuesday, Nov ember It. at
! I' M
Vill.M.K',' -A month's mini isiulcm mass will
lie iirteicd for Ihe repose of the soul uf Kllm
W'hnlcn, beloved mother of- the lion. John
Wlialrn ant P. It. Wlmlen, at Nt, Catharine's
Church, West IMd street, near Amsterdam
avenue, on Wednesday, .November JO, at
Ii A. It. Ilclatl ves and friends are respect
fully Invited to ultiuiJ
WILLAItll. The former pupils and other frlca Is,
of Ihe lato Mlsa Mary Wlllard are InxltoJ to
attend service In her nie.imry on the after
noon of Sunday, November 17, at 3.30 o'clock,
ut the Lenox Avi nue Unitarian Church, l.enu.x
avenue uu 1 1'JIM sir et.
w m Aim r niuaiTl I
-41 IV. 1.1 J
share of tho tourists; In fnct the month of
Nove mber Is proving a record brealtci for
the American Carlsbad, In the last fort
night tho weather has been ideally per '
feet, bright, clear and sunshiny, with the
thermometer well up in the '60s, thus
allowing visltom to enjoy themselves up
.L - I ...... . t
on ino mountains, along mo minor urives
and on the links of tho Arkansas Hot
Springs Oolf and Country Club,
Round tho year golf is one of the distinct
features of tho resort, Willie Hoare, who
is again serving as tho country club s pro
fessional, and who arrived last week from
Itnoine, where ho was engaged last sum
mer, announces an Interesting card of
fixed events beginning November 2S-3 I,
with the fall Invitation tournament.
Miss Elnltn Straus of Now York won tho
ladles.' tournament last year. She ex
pects to bo on hand to defend her tl tin on
February 10 next. Albert T. Benedict of
Now York, John T. Ilevell of Chicago and '
Mr. and Mrs. L. .M. Dillman of Chio.tgo Inrriwd yo.t'Td.iy on the Hamburg
play golf daily on the country club's links American liner Atnerlka from a six months
The week's Kastern urrivnW at the
Arlington Hotel include Mrs, Kiliot Dnn
forth, Mrs. R. J. Sharpe. Miss I, M. Bruce,
Mra. K. Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. I W. rVv,
Mr John V. Black, Charles C Coop-'r,
Frank Dodd, (I. R. RafTetto, It, R. HherilT
and Ford C. Smith of New York: Mr, and !
Sirs. W. C, 1 1 urns tone and Mm. J. H, Stow
tnan of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs, Oeorgj
Van Arsdale and family and Mrs, Ben
jamin Mayo of Trenton, N. J., and Mr. an.l
Mrs. K. J. Dougherty of Montclair. N. J
WANING SEASON AT TUXEDO.
Departures for the Winter for Tiinn
Homes anil to (io Altronil.
TPXF.no Pafik, Nov. to, In spite of Ihe
lateness of the season Tuxedo still remain
very lively. A large number of well known Among his most interesting sketching
New Yorkers motored out to-day to spend . ttll umlm,r Wl.r the ones Mr Smith
Sunday. Tho usual wee. end dunce wim 1 , .. p T,ur,t.r,,v
given by the Tusedo Club, preceded by a nmdo among the haunts of rhackeray
number of large dinners. I hi London, where he made twenty char-
Some or the cottager are prep.irinir to j coal sketches of plac made famous by
spend the winter In town" unci will vacate Thackeray or Dieken
theirvillas as soon ns the cold weather -ets , "1 sketched in tuxicab In London."
In. while a number will keep their houses , jr .Smith. "That's the best and most
open, coming out each week end all the ' convenient way. It rained nbout every
w,',,er ,, . ... . , . ' live minutes, ami v, lieu I came to a place
Among those who will go In this week to ' , , k just ,ower tho
open their town houses are Mr. and Slr.i ' ; ., .
Chftrles It. Alexander. Mr and Mr . M. V ' front hood, sit up on the sea and look out
Hoffman, the ltev and Mrs .eorge William over the bends of the people, the tax.
Douglus and Mr. and Mrs. Milliard I,. Mor- ' cab drivers were very amusing, and the
ris Mr and Mrs Harleston Deacon have j , (plc quite Interested,
gone abroad for the wititerand Mr iiikIMm. ()ni, while lie was perched in the
J M lams have closed their house and are (omllMU f lt taxi in High Holborn. ono
staying at the club , t crowded thoroughfares in
Mr and Mrs. II C Derham have opene ," lV . ,.,i r i.nniea"
their Tuxedo house (or n brief stnv. Mr london. a Raping crowd of Johnnie
nnd Mr. J S. Rogers have returned to the ' collected to behold the unusual Bpectacle
Dodge' house , of an artist in n taxi. Astrafliothreatenea
VmoiiK those who had houe parties this to be Impaired n bobby told Mr. Smith
week were Mr and Mis 'Ihendore I're- . jj,t he really couldn't do that there,
linghuveen. whose giiests weie Wl'llam s,j,. smid, politely conciiicd the oint
Vim cut stor and Hubert (ioelet. who ' f,' nccompaiiyiiig the bobby to
entertained the ltusslnii Unhiissiidnr Mr ' , .. t:.. J,..,l ...u,,.,, uoerior
and Mrs Winthrop McKlm. Mr ami Mrs thenenrest police station, where it superior
C c Aiichineloss. Mr and Mrs P L liaibey nuer giaiitcl fuither license to continue
''.Man'd-'M-rc'e'or'le 'r'-'ker. Jr . ,e Iho sketch, which happened to bo a char
spending the autumn at linkers Fllla and con I study of Maples Inn
Mr ami Mrs. (,eori;e Bird nie at the club ir Smith mid that Jloosev elt's Mil-
Other Tat? arrival, we. Mr and Mr
Frederick . Snow, Mr. and Mr. Howard
Van Sluderen.Mr ami Airs lw s Haucorl..
Mis. tliincock. Mrs II Sands. Mrs
Willi S I'aine. Maurice Itoche. I ol and
Mrs Thomas l)nnv. A. S. Hell. Itod.-iicii
'terry. Major c I. Hunt, t . F Fie-
llnghuysen. Cordon Fellow sand S. Hell
Notes of Ihe isnelnl World.
Mrs, .Mcc Twcedle. the Ensllsh writer, ivlin
spent October In New fork, Is now In Ot
tawa, Canada She will return to New fork
on December 10 after tltln; Boston and
.Mr nnd .Mrs John 11 Ilrevel have left the
Itlu-Curlton for their home, l Kasi sixty
r.ond Mreet. ..here iltey ..III remain until
they salt for nurop- laie this month
Frederick Townsend .Marin t.ve a dinner
Insi night at Shrrr.v's. aficrward taking his
Kiie.i, to the I.roadwa.v Theatre Am, B
thctnwereMr -ml Mr, Kdmnndl. I!,,!!,.
.Mr- Hermann uelrlchK. .Mr and Mr, Ormend
O Sin.th and JameWolf Cu,.,g.
Th'e mhop of I'.lpon, Kngland. and .Mrs
jioy.i-i-arpenier nave wen v.iinK fr the
i'-"" w"k 5,r'
I Madison avenue
awion of .it
-Mrs Alexander Ilrovvn will clve a
eon to-morrow m ihe lloitl (iotham
Mrs William Alexander, who Is returning
frm i:.iror- "n the I'lilindeiphia, win KO
to the si rtejrt- fur the winter.
. -rflliilnrll-.i 1 1 i .r-l s . i . , , u-1 1 4 1 1 e : l
WIIIUUIlBlas IIV wax ssoassa.
Rnhpi-t Hnf- I ihrarv E
,W"VI - - a, j lL
Ten sessions durins the coniiti u;v!, afternoons and eve- IMI
nin'ga, at 2:.?0 and 8:15 o"cIock, bojinnins Monday afternoon, at
Tlsx A i arts"
1 1IC AIIUCISUII VJCl lItl ICS I-
will conclude the sale by auction of the World's Greatest Private
Library. Sales to date aggregate Sl.SOo.ooo.
MONDAY, Nov. IStb La Bcrdc's Choi dr Chans;nj,
uncut copy; rare editions of La Fontaine. Marmion's Cvpid nnJ
' Psiche; first editions of Maupasssant; other rarities.
TUESDAY, Nov. !9th Many editions cf Mslicr: nrf
Morrlst first Endlish edition of More's Utopia, and in the eve
ning, the reat sale cf Illuminated Manuscripts, nearly fifty In all,
of great beauty ond rarity. (The Hamy Collection of Poftol.in
Charts of the Fifteenth, Sixteenth nnJ Seventeenth Ccnturicj
will also be sold this evening.)
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 20th Editions cf Ovid. Pater, Pope,
Prcvost, Racine, Rousseau, nr.d Ruskln; First Aldlnc edition of
Pctrarcni Planck's Letter of Columbus; Rowland's Mnrtln-Mark-All.
THURSDAY, Nov. 2 1st Editions of Savonorola, Scott,
Sheridan, Sterne, Swift, Tate, Taylor, Voltaire, Walpolc, and
Walton; a large Collection of Shakcspcarcann, including n very
rare variation of the Third Folio; several grcut Shelley rarities,
including the First Edition of Znstrozzl and nn immaculate copy
of the First Edition of Adonais; First Edition of Spenser's Faerie
Quecnc, and two extraordinary Vespiiccius items.
FRIDAY, Nov. 22d -Mr. Hoe's remarkable Collection of
Bibliography of Literature and the Fine Arts.
The Illustrated Catalogue of paces is issued m two volume
at $1.50, includinp the Priced l.M to he published .lattr. The
Catnlogue of the lloe Library (tour parts of two volumes each),
R.s, including the Priced Lists, which arc issued separately at SO
Unequalled facilities tW the exhibition and sale'of rne'ri
torious Art and Literary Collections. Correspondence
with owners and executors is invited.' Expert advice free.
The Anderson Galleries
Crowds Followed F. Ilopkinson
Smith anil Holibics Oiipc
HACK KIS0.M I.0N0 TRIP
A.sloiimleil nt Turks' Reverses
.Mine. .MnlmlitM'f, Finnish
F Ilnpkiusoii Smith, author and artlt,
sketching trip in Holland, tho south of
France, Rom", Naples and London. Mr.
Smith said that (lie general sentiment
of Europe, in the chit and on tho street,
is that Kngliiild mid I tance are in synt-
pathy with the Turk
It seems astounding to me that the
Turks should have met the rev-THO they
have." he said "They are among the
best fighters in the world. I wouldn't bo
nt till surprised If they checked the
enemy's advance at Tchntaldjtt. The war
is very interesting to me, for I have spent
several seasons in Turkey. I don't think
there is any tKissibility of a general F.uro
.... ... , i. ......
l-an war .Mien a war wouiu ouimrupi
civilization for twenty years. It's the
bankers who are really interested as to
whether there shall be wats or not. and
the bankers don't want such a war."
' w.uikee speech had .. tremendous tfliot
on the people of F.nglnnd. He said Unit
,,. (,! t. streets discuasetl it almost
V,' . ".. ".J ,.y(.s,
"'ll1."'".? eTiliunl nil that lie
"Ml ltoosv. It gu ncU nl I
wanted in the election, said Mr 7"''";
w ho isa Bull Mooser. "He has estatiliBhecI
n good wot king basis. '1 he Kepubl can
partx' lia (lean. .n
defeat wliHi be didn't deserxe
Miollicr pu-'wiiger on tlie Amerua wiut
Mtno Atno Malmbcig. u populur rinnisli
novelist nnd .liicnlor. who i barred
fro'ii Ittissia. She is u graduate of the
Cniver-itv of HelsitiBfors and lias Irans
lat.si Kiplinii. tJUe he hteiner. Bornurd
hhaw ,ind Hull t .nn.' inu. the l innlsh
laiic.nige She Ills been living in Kng
lan.l he ,. ,he lecture She speaks Lng-bsl-
'vb . i eh- learned at the im versify.
v 1,-n iu. iisk.sl yesterday if she was a
l''iiinrsu fef.g.- he e.iid that she is al-
Iovv.mI 'i. -ditcr i inland, nut mat sot
l"i"' I;' f' ',1, 1 ol v Rlissian
p-Rur i-.tallSH nrtrnt- 'r'(f0';
i-''' , ' 'v' l tti umTM
J ' -''fo , . 'Ll.
releusiHl. , . ,
"''" ". , V. hln.lshiHn.
Mine. Mnlinlierg wu nneti """.
i ;-.arev iicu Ho.ii i;ii"'". ---"
b ,,s be is sulTerillit trolll luiicicuiuem.
. . .. . .. i
'.She said that in r inland m some con
' stitiieiiciee. a many i.- 7u per cent, or tna
women vote and that women have a rep
,f. ni, in t'Hrliutitent ol fourteen
out of "(at. '1 lie (pi.iHllcatlons tor U xotor
1 in Finland are tliat lie or slie lie year
' old and must register before voting.
Tlio rnnc-liirlinrr ;nln nf flip LJ 1 1
s f fTi 1 1 r i f C
ut Furtlclh Siren