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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
HMmoiit's Attltitilo Ts Only
I iici'i-liiin fcloiiioiit in
NO STATKMEXT FltOM HElt
Ollirr Oolppntos Vnitfl In Til
'it's for Women" Mnss
I'ltlt.uiKl.rim, Nov. 21 Tho onus of
woman FU(Trno apparently lips triumphed
over intertiiil dilTiiretict', and lo-tiin'it
fonqucrrr- ami tliu conqueri'il in thu
tattlo of ypt onlay, whim Jain Aililtuntt
fit CJiIcjico, now tluliht'tl the "Miwrni of
.SulTrac"" Hvipt rwiilo nil tlm oppnoition
tmil'r"(l liv tln fo'-co of Mr. () H. 1
Holmotit of Nv orlc uro Mantling to-
p.cthi-r uR.im fiirjn couutrywldu vote for
WluMi tlio hattlo Ptopped Inst nlRht
It Inolti-d vi't v tmicli n though tho Fiip
porier of Mr Helinont miht withdraw
from the Ntitiuii.il Atmiicati Woman
HudrnR" Asocial Ion in their chtiRrin
at bciiit tl-fi'iitotl when they HotiKht to
r.meiid tin-i ointntition of llioorcaniat ion
mi that tin- uP.leor of tho af ortat ion
rotild liiit aly thi'inu'lvr uithuny politi
Ni hi rloui was tho trM that to-d'iv
th'T'i an iix"i'i!tivii tiit'elliiH of tin
luminal lnu-il of tho ii-Mii'l.'itioii, ami it
is l.i-hovi'd there ;n a tnoif nt:reetn"tit
tint to riflM.ite with anv p.irtv unli-ps
nil an iithhatioii . al-oluti'lv tixce-
ASK HELP FOR JEWS OP LEVANT,
Sea Iff, H(r
'IIih promlii, it f thought, trnii tho
dip'omatio nop which was pus?d to tho
i""Mil)(ir who at owl liy Mrs ltolniotit
r.i-.l who wore on the lom Mtln of ths
"The tni'inher of the hoard who were
In favor of I' iimcmltniMit, " Mild Dr.
Ar.ru Shaw, f'lllowinu ii executive nicot
ine. mtn-Potl the ru'o of tln
minority Diplomacy played an impor
tant pa'f in pli-itK t'u orpain7ition
r:i a tii-Mutto platform reuardiiiR this
qtiHslion, and now that the question Is
c:tlid thu m-rn'o'-r.-i fo. I they may do
I their indivultt.il coiir-cii'tire direct
"Wo aic mtu-erned only for tho future;
tho pni-i is forgot i on ami io uro boot on
tho Mioro-sful ouUmiiiu of this Isj-iio and
upon untiling i'Nm."
There is hut one doult with roipoet to
tliostatotncnt that all isseretio Nnper,on
potiw to know what Mrs, IMmotit will do.
Kho w.-i.s tu t In e idetico to-day. and
neither worn her ohiscnt Mipportona. Vo
jvrs-on heifi was willing to kiv whether
NIrs. Belmot.t would lake hor defeat cr.i"o
fully or would entry '.' her MiRgeRti.m
of yesterday and withdraw from the
ahBociatton. It is lielioved, however, that
on consideration t-ho will accept the
Tho women who Miwit by her in tho
fii;ht ycj-torduy aro altuiht a unit in rio
clarluK that they canto to the convention
to abldo by its rules and not to lrflt it.
Among those who expre.-sed themselves
wero Mm. Henry A'illanl of New York,
"It would hp a ntlsf.ikoto n'low paitisjn
fl'ip to provai' Mo nro all united nor,
b.'ho tho fiEiKiiitiort 1 as "ti record
Mrs. Harriot fitantmi It',..- h ..f Sow
'H..W wrorc it wmild f"r nnv art'
of w.nion 10 bind tUetn-elM-s 1 v a con-Mit-,'
.11 thrt w old ti'evetit us from 110-
teptitiK assist: tico f r m afv puliticil
party, '''here v ill be deviation fiotn tho
will of the ii'ajcuily of 'ho tonvetitii.n.
Honest diiTorcttci's of opinion will alwavs
i;.-e;i up II .itl orp.ltli.l' I'Jtl of this Milt,
: 1, 1 wo will alweys bo able to settl" them
aft'.y and .m'i falnie-u to the imimrity
. - well ll.s to .lie nuljuliiy of the ilM'-iill.l-
t, ) "
M'h M fatov Thomas, prosit!- nt of
lit mi Mar. caul: "Anv nioinb.-r who
w.i.iid withtlr.iA' would bo in favor of
Midemocrai ' prn 1 .In anil atlversp
t) ever iriipuli-i- 1' rdorm III the Hold
of socmhind political endeavor "
Ml-s f.o'iisc I 'lav of '.ouisvillu said'
"I was in favor if tic adoption of the
amendment, but wo lost, so lot us lie
tharitabl'j and allow our otllctrs and
members to become partisans in polities
o that wo niiy usi) the Lest methods
ot iittainltiK wha' wo are trivinR for
Dr. Anna It. 'liuw, presldntit of the
"1ho asMiciatiofi his hMiit.lv roih on
record for i.tourossi.-enes, and that
Is all thero 1 to it Wo wore always, that,
onlv some were nut quite sure of It
Miss Jane Addaiiis id "l think tho
matter was tl.oroiiRhlv extdalnetl iintl
dispofeil of Iinally." Uheti utkml if
hIio was a tan.iulhto for reelection, in
lew of the critic. sin of a tew ol tho dele
KatenaKallis' li -r pollutes. M!m Adtiutns
Mill: "Why certainly, if the association
want mo to servo iiK'niti as Nice-president
I will rIhiIiv do i-o "
Whatever ibllerences may havo ejisted
yesterday were tlispolleil to-day in a
Btilotidid T!:aiinst!ivitu i-ervioo at tin;
Meiropobtaii llouco, which was attended
I v .',.:tou pei-" i. who vero seated itl
or builduu;, while more than l.oou molt;
clatnoretl for mlinHcion, but wero noni
polled to remain outdoor, whvio Hpeuliern
vtirodutuiled to atldresn thorn
Miph Julia l,athrol detltietl tho worlc
of tlio iiutionid bureau of chllti wellare,
which lian been int ludod under the De
partment of I'ommeroo imd Labor, taking
lis her Hllhject tlm relation between tho
welfnro of ihe child ami tlw nfilit ol
women to tlm ballot. Sue wud
T liero is Inn 0110 force in thu I nltetl
States to-dnv thni Is uniiltera'-'v njiposetl
t., our hi-uiK he .Die This is tho in
terest which controls the Milo of liquor
in this couti.ty anil it knows that as
lone us it can I'.oep us from tho ballot It la
safe in tlm continuance of thu pruotltvii
upon which il 1 very existence depends
Mish Jatm Addams tnatlit thu next
address ntui was compelled to remain
suit!')l!.i: for u llfteetl muiutiis demotl-t-ira:nai.
"I shouhl like to present to you the
pictured that I havo witnessed at tlm
i .migration Htutlon upon tho arrival f
Homo foreipn vessel," said tho speaker,
"And to think that wo huvo not 11 bettor
(lovornment to olfer thorn, but expect,
them after u few year hero to cant their
ballots mid beoome good citizens! I hlnlt
of tho problems that havu to como under
fioveniincnt to-dav, tho inanaKement of
tiluyKrounds and datioo hulls for the
younit people. It nhotild tie woman
duty to tnko o hand in theso irolileniH, to
appeal for morn Military BtntetH, for clean,
moral donc hallM,"
and Other Appeal for
neprcsentatlves of several Jewish or-
RanlAtlons nddrcssetl a larno mooting
at tho Edlloatlonal Allianco, Kant llroad
way and Jefforson street, last nlRht on
tho condition of tlio Jowh In (ho Levant.
A committee vriw appointed to collect
funtH In cooperation with tlio American
Jewish Committee, and tho Federation of
Oriental Jown. Felix M. Warbtirtf of
Klihti, ljoeb A t.'o. wua appointed treasurer
of the committee.
Jacob II, Ncli I (T said that 18,000 waa
needed dallv In Constantinople, and $3,000
In Hulnarlm terHtorv.
Oscar Straus upolte on tho mlperabln
condition of tho .Iowa In Cotistatitlnotilo
111 times ol peuce, nnu U10 wonto coudlUon
now that the couutrv wan at tor. It-
was followed by Dr. J. L. MaKnw, chair
man of tlm ludilllaah, who compared tho
present efforts of the Ou-latlan coutitrleM
to -tear (town inn Manner of Islam" to
the crusaths of tho Mlddlo Ages. Other
speakers were Dr. IJ. Do i). Pool, Dr.
.JoBoiih tJeff, Dr. II. P. Slendes and touls
The comtnltteo nppotutetl to cathrr
funds for relief worlc Includes l'ellz War
bure, Dr. .). h. Ma(;nr, Jacob II . BchirT,
Nathan Straus, Opcot S. Straus, Hahbl
Wise, JofforMii Levy. Cyrus HtihherRer,
Louis Marshall and Meyer London.
PLANNING- THE PAECELS POST.
Hitchcock Or In Mat to Fapttltate
Ilnntnras In Each Cttr.
V.'ASttiNiiTov, Nov. 21. In ordor to'
nitisfy himself HM to tho extent to which
tho pai-col post nyatcra Rolmt into effect
January 1 will bo used by tho business
public Postin.ihter-Cleneral Hitchcock has
asked every postmnfitor to get Informn-1
tion from bttfinoM firms to enablo tho
Department to provldo adequate facilities
for handling tho business.
Kach postmastor lion been provltled 1
with explanatory clrculnrs which con-1
tain questions the answers to which will 1
Kivo the Department detailed Infornm-1
tion as to uuy city, town or locality. !
With this Information Mr. Hitchcock I
tielleves It will bo possiblo to begin the
parcels post i.or-lce on Jantnirv 1 witli
the necessary equipment and "establish
a servlco of largo proportions with the
least possiblo fiictlon.
NEW GERMAN THEATRE OPENED.
Adolph Phlllpp Prearnta "nrtlon
rtnoclilr" at RrfHj,)retrt llnnse.
Adulph I'lililpp's Pirty-seventh ?trrft
Tliiatre, 11 little playhouse tJtdleatei tu
lltht (Ivrmun and Vleutipnu oporattas. was
oiened on Sutunlay nlcht with "Auc
tion Hnochlr," which was adapted from
the French vaudevlllo play "tm Partle
do Cartes," written by I'uul lli-rve. '
Mr. I'hlllpp, who tnadu tho adaptation, j
and who also built the theatre, will he r
metnbired ai ttrst lntrodiii-'n "Alma,
W'hrro tto Yon Live?" In Its Herman ver- I
shin, Tlio prod'.otlun Faturdav nluht was I
even ht Iter than his previous efforts. 1
T he utory of the farce Is miK-d In Ar- I
vr-ue nd New York. There were manv ,
-nu li 's Tha cjat bt,les Mr I'lnllpp,
who playrtl th pntt of Hurry SehleilnpiT. I
ami Ills h'sd.nic tvuman, Crete Me or, as
f.oufjtr U'tpoil, liiciudvd Uuntuv llartz- .
helm. Yoda C!ra'u, (.ipcar Krucrer. M.la
Heny, Kugen Keller, Lleschen .Schumann.
Kmll Herla. Mirry Hreyr. Dora Hretrow-
sUa, Krnst Naumann. Otto Muyor, Karl I
it!ndlcr, and JUmil Urookmnn. I
I how to say tho right word at the riiht
time and to do the rir.ht thlnp at the right
President Tnft's letter wan In part:
Mr Sherman tiatetl Muinn, lielioved la
tegular iisitv iiiKiinlatluii and was mora
niiliis to hold 1 1,0 Knot! thlmts eMahllshud
In the past tliati to siirreiitler lliem In a
enroll for li-ni i ertulu beaellts to be derived
fiuiii liiilliul ih.-iiiCHs In t be future. He
was a mull i a,.U.V uf net oiiiiiludilliir much
In les'l'latlun iintl u oilier mutteis by hi
fieedom 11111I chtirui' of stu-oi.li and manner
ami Ills spirit of conciliation and com-
uioiiii-o Ho imier 8uiitil u quarrel, out,
" , 111,0 tuo't 11. en of a b 1 1 1 1 1 1 - disposition and
KVEKYHOPY L0VKI) II I M natutMl ood townrd all, he could and
did ileeliii a slubtiniti aillieieuce to tha
prllll'lies he ie, mini liwesiarr to
Hie i-iiiilil i-V f .ileit' unite III contrast with
his milliiiirv iiidiuier mid nic'i li
lt would bo iliniciilt to mention In publle
hie a 111,111 more universally loed and
nho had clusor and leiulvter f 1 tenets than
.Mr. Sherman, and, as liiik'ht bo expected,
his aseoclntluii with siiclly at lame wu
I uu. ,. ...H,...ti,e, ,,r ihui lmiilftil siiiillaht
. , , 1 .1 ......n.. i
, ,. m .. .. 1 II . ... - .1.1 ..( .It., I n HI IIU )l lllllior illtfll lini 'i""'re"
ceal it," aiauucey M. Dopow said at ho iti,t lelatlons of his famllr
He hud Kteut power of gulik deoliton, at
rrionds Kulp;lrt ltto Vice
President nml .Mr. Tuft
Mr. Depe-w Hnid ".rim Win u
(nndpatler IfesistJii",- VitM
lent ForeoH." j
,ltm Sherman was a const Itttt I ottal j
standpatter und ho never tried to con-
A Fighting President.
WILLIAM LUKE DEAD.
I I.n'-r tn Phlliftelpht hi tif'STtle n.!l!M
art. rtin'.iut inriJrr for tht John Wsiia-
1 maker firm, lie Is winlnit by hit niothrr,
Founder of Writ Vlrulnln Palp and j(r, Adaltlde C Wlttln, t hroitier. I'sul
1'iiiier Co s-trteUrn. ' W-a'itin. ""d titter, Mr A'.frnl V. Dtl-
1 Irr of Mni.trJeir.
WtLiitvTov, !'. Nov 2t. W!"'im
l.Uo, S.t ;mh .,:d. fi-'.nder and tbst ,
ptesldct.t of the We' ' t n'a I'ulp and
1. ., I I .. .1 . ... , V u 1,..,,1U I
I II 111-r V" ,'Mrt J . ii.v.i tv.-v, ,1 111 ." T
. . . , 1. 1, llnn'jh.d . O
VI II ll.l I' 11 ', ItUUI'H W. A, w," -..,1-, I
Hearhtleld. i lore cuiintv, Md. II"
IN MEMORY OF DR. MORRIS LOEB.
REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS LEAGUE.
as stricken wtt'n heart trouble yetpjay.
Kiom lsC2 nt .1 18SS Mr Luke was In
churuo of th-.- itnikland plant of the JVs-
bUp i Muore raprr l onuiany n'.tr utir , d(lugh,r,i
Twi-tit eais HKO he mid Ills nix ""'lM.ur,
Mm. Acne Moron roil.
Ainu Mnritn Pntt, lfe ot Mormn
a nun.hur of tho arm of I'oul
llro- A Cn. 41 Wi'l utrspi. dlod turtflenly
at Jifr home, 11 i-funa-t a.--nu, Mnntolalr.
N. J , Saturday ri-nlri( uf hart failure
Mr, rout waa the dunfliter of Mr. and Mrt.
1 William II. Marfan. Mr. 1'ji.t leavra four
Affni-a. 4 yi-ara old; litUn, 4
ar.a twtnt, who wer-i bora two
spetlhtnflers OrKantto lo Talk Party
Hack Into Power.
Iv -j I'lM'iiiL-iMi. Va . Tvrtjtiii and W II- . Henry Knch.
Y . wild
other rl.n'.H I k rii ili ot.1-t inemtitr of the Homrr-itl.o
The ttve suwlvlnir eons are nil orinn pu tr fr, . rl,ltlt ut rlce. dld to-day
of the coiiiMiiv. the rrt-ctpal ctllee i,f . f u ,,ly m.ii battled tha rhyidclana.
which '- m the I'tfth Avenun Hu'.ldltiR. lu ,. .' m, .u'. robutt health rinill
New Yolk II I'll another heidqiri-teis .HljJ,. i.r i,n lie afmtned hit let:
oiiCMiilzt-d the WfH M uin.j fiup "'"I , kk. Funeral tervteti will be hald
I'aper Con ai,y at I'lidrnui.t, W, V11. The, frotll hr f-m.y r.jiftmce to-morrow at
ptlnclbdl j!nt I cow located st that no.i. a,l tnterrnrn! -tll rn jn noteda o
i.lm'e. Tie- ..inl'iir.y, one the 1 r. st ,,,
The Republican Speakers imngun of the In the eountn. sluo liu mills in imm". 1 p,
United State was orrfaul7d yesterday' i"ov!nton. a, lyroniianii i n- ,
,.t th.. lieHdnnnrler of the Henublioan lamsliuiif. 1' . .Mect.anmsi i.e. .,. 1 . una pp,i;,t vit.t.B, N. J.. Nov. 14-ll.nry
Statu cointni'teo, -CI West Thlrty-nlntli
stris-t. It aims to keep the emmtrj' filled
with argument. Just a if thu l'resitl..nt!al
rnuip.'ut:!i wet., etill on, and eventually
"tn lostorH govcrntiieni oy ine Jiopun
1 it an party."
'llm l!lJ meii.bors thus far entullcd aro
men who havo beon speaking undor tho
direitiiTti ot national, .State und county
iiuiimitti-.'s They say they etpect to
onfiineor imsitlnits m Cnnioaio Hall,
l'iio-r I'tiion and oilier halls. I'helr lust
etlorts will bo directed towartl captuniiK
l'oiilre- from tho Domocrutn at tlio
elei'ti ins of inn.
I'renident '1'aft wrjis elooted chninnan
of tlm atlvlsorv committKO. Tho chair-
I man of tho !-aif,iu 1 Edward C. Ilroutiuu;
tlio wcretary Is M. A. I'.ppsleui.
Memorial Meellntr Uelrt In the He.
brerr Technical Institute.
'I ho uudltorliini of the HrbfW Technical
Institute, at ft) S'uvi-uti stritf, wm
crondftl yesietday wuh people who came
to pay tribute to the lute Dr Motrin Iieb,
foitmr president nt the Instllille, In whoe
memory the mretini; ua held
Hpeuklnrf or Ilr. I.orli. Joseph L. Batten
ltiser siilil that althouch he was tho son
of wealth In- lived simply und whs ever
ready to shnre his iflfts with needy hu
inn ni I)-. Ill- lire s riedlruletl lo the
M-tvlcn or Hod. "tile h mi-ii," sahl the
spe.iU-er, "never tile. They ate (fathered
tn their fathers, bur the Bood wnrUs and
the ninnumetits they leave behind make
t Miitiff tl,.. nilirtr kM..itter were the II eJ' .
m,-Si,)reun Ilr. Y.ee K Vrunkel.
Prnt. I hurlee Iliiskervllle. Dr. t vru Artier
aril thu It ev Dr Duvltl Dertola Pool.
Kenuhllcan t-'liib yosterduy "And what
1 a standpatter!" Ho oomos front a
sturdy strain of puritaniem that will o , sll0wni Iu jlH ,iing9 in the Seauta aa Ita
to tlio slnko for 11 ilottma in leIU',.011 nnu 1 p,,.BidniK ollker. und teut nrtiinata in
to obscurity lor u pruiuiplo In politics, tidhetenio to them Ho was able to maka
Lincoln was 11 standpatter. Ho ivisieci riuiinfs im-aum coiiiesiants . ,.
all the violent forces of hH day. 1
Intimate appraisal of Mr. Hhurman was
ppo'.ten at the Hepuhlioan Club by four
of his frlonds, Klihti Hoot, Mr. Dcimiw,
llenbeii 1 1. Mnynard and I .ileitis N. Mt
tauer, antl a letter from 1'iosidoiit ,T lift
was read by tho cluh's president, J. Van
Veohtetl (Jloott. hi tho company that
Kathered for tlio tnemorlal tnootlus wcro
William Unrnes, Jr.. Herbert I'araons antl
n hundretl other Ilopublieuua,
"I know him practically nil hla life,"
said Senator Hoot. "In my earliest
recollections of moro tiiau sixty years
bro my grandfathor's houao und bam
llKtiro--a bin whlto hous.t with Bfcsn
blinds and (treat column in front. On
an adjoining farm llvod lib grandfather,
Wlllartl Hherman. James Shennan in
herited his feollnit.or thedovolopmeut
of American tnanufootiu-es from tliat
gr andfathor, who was ono of ths first
American, glass manufacturers.
"AVe ore born In tho name, county,
attended the name college, belonged to
the tamo 00II0R0 society, tho same political
parry, the same owns ana wero co
trustees of our oolleno, llunillton. While
I was in administrative oftice injWasli
lnirton ho wart one of the leaderslm tho
legislative branch, ana tator 1 satMinaor
his Dresldlna control tenon ne was n-esi-
dent of the Sonato. In all Uioo .vears
I norer knew hltn to apeulc a word or
havo a thought that would not lo honor
to u gentleman, to a frloud. to a lover
of hla country and kind never a word
that waa uulclnd, Belflah. iguoblo-orinany
"He liad no art of tho politician. Ho
pretended nothing, was himself always.
His was a substantial, positive, enduring
character. The two chanictorlstlcs that
made him an almost Ideal prefldlngofllour
were decision of chrtraolur und cssen
tialiy kindly Judgment.
"Ho belonged to that typo whloh has
the highest roaartl tor ellicioncy; tliere
fore he was fur organized effort, disci
"He tills my idea of a good man. His
woa tho simplicity of a genuine life, the
elnoerity of a true and helpful love for
his fellows, tho elevation of 11 spirit thut
realh- loved his country and his kind und
tho constancy of loyal lriotidohlp. You
do well to honor his memory.
li-Senator luipew spoke of tho lute
Vloo-1'resident us Jim .Sherman. "Nono
of his intimates over thought of flddresn
ing him except in that chummy wuy as if
thev wero college classmates," he suid,
-til, Hi,,, ntui lteed had u genius for
I ruling administrative bodies,"" he wulit
' 1 1 ........... I .in! eATil 1 1 f r
iiest e.iletiluted tn Keen them hi itood temper
mid ho dlaplated In uivltig his rettona tha
thoioiiKhest l.nowletluo of purllamantary
U Hiul iticat utjilit) itl Its appllcauon t
x n.irtiiiti ,f Mr Sherman. draDed jrtth
black orope and tlio Amnrlcan flag, rested
011 an easel. Tho Templar Quartet
sang "Lead, Kindlv Light" ana J,
My God, to Thee." Ks-Gov. Frank 8,
lllack, who was to havo been a apeaJrjr,
telegraphed that he was kept at home by
a death In his family.
Resolution of grief nnd aympaurr, 6ej
be sent to the late Vice-President fatt
lly, wero passed by tho club. 1
IN MEMORY OF ABBE DE L k
i:ercle at St. Joaeiha lMttta
fur fnatructlon of I)f Mate.
'1 he memory of IAbbo Charlea Vk&
De 1,'Kpee, founder of tho deaf mute.elfat
liitiaTiiaiio. U9 honored yesterday br'aj
irclses ut St Joseph's lDstltuteifor'liaw,
prod liistructlon of Deaf Mutaa ln'waaftt
rhester the occasion was commemoreexj
live or tho "-'iioth anniversary of the AbM'e)
birth ut Versailles, France,
About sixty Knights of De lEpety,t)
liutlauiil L'athollo organisation of the !
attended the exerclsos. AtnonK them wtre,
eruduales of 8t Joseph's who had entered
buslues In this city and had met wit
Mus yas celebrated to the tnttttote's
chutiel at H o'clock yesterdar roprmnil. the
ue ('hurle Bridges, P. J.. of Kordham
t-..i.-.,.iii- m,.i,ntiio- rather Itrldcea de-
llvvred an onj sermon on the character
and the work or thu founder of the ln
iaiiKiiarfo. Ml-s Mary l'urtell, the atlatnt
eillierltitendetit, stooil ut the right of the
preacher nnd Interpreted Into the flnesr
laiiitiiago the'sernion as It was belne a-
VArter mats thero wo an annlversanr
bresl-.frut In tho dining hall. The tables
were decorated with asters and palms.
Speeches followel the repast, .lames F.
Donnelly, supremo knlcht of the oraer
and edltopof the 1 nlAotir taf Mvtr, talked
to the uraUuAtos In their own Uniiiate.
Addresses were also made by Miss Roae
A 1'aKun, the superintendent John O Don
nell, secretary of the order, and Thomas J.
tlrogau, riand knight ,
nnlveiearv eiercles were also held 10
St 1'iatiols j!uiiT's Church on West Hlx
teenrn srreei. me iTii'iimuun
ranged for the women graduates of the
deaf iiiutu Instlnitlous. t
CHURCH t BEGINS CELEBRATION.
CARDINAL AT BENEFIT CONCERT.
Performance to Atttat Catholic Pro
Cardinal Farley, attended by Mgr a.
Macreody, Edwards, Mclean und Hayes,
attended a concert last night ut tho Hip
podrome given for thu benefit of tha Cath
ollc Protective Hoclety, which cares for
I young boys convicted of a crime.
I Muyor Uaynor was to havo boon pres.
ent, but being out of town he sent his
regrets. Cardinal Karloy, who sat In u box,
did, not sjMak. The only nddressea wero
made bv Former Assistant Uistrict At
'torney lnncis P. Garvan and tho Rev.
The HipHiodronm was filled to capacity,
among those in the audlentx being many
priests of the city and manv Judges of
the State and city court. John McCor
mack, ffirmerly a member of tho Manhat
tan Opera HotiBe (rrund Opera Company,
was the main feature of an Interesting
arm In ctriiKt' utih a prtHonor. In a few
days u. a 1. mi i.e. ame paralys.1 and ha waa
ttieatiai-ltateu f.n llu'v Ha wti treated b,
tieclallta, but the iiolyel rnultlally apread
and xtiled I11 hie throat. retultln la hit
(ii-orge C. StunttaL
JIUSTHN. Nu 14 -ilenria O. Htantlal.
1, lie nf the oldettt reeldelita of Malrots, died
eaterda. lit wat bookkeeper for the diy
s-ooJi t.tm of Jam'i, .l. llebeo, Morgan a
10. Dc.tnn, for jears, MO.-klng tn th attna
ortlc.i v Ph J I'lerpmt Morgan, whott father
kai a member nf 'lis firm Later h waa u
, member of a hi tn of Ink manufacturers In
I lloKtnn. He retired frmn buelnea about ten
, year aro. lit la atirlvd by hit vlfe una
1 two rhtldren. v
!n Chleixn John U. Luke, ISO Itlxer
sid Urtve, N-w Yorlc, 1 presldsnt. The
other sons ut.-. 1jI I., l.i.k.-. lci-ptii-dent.
353 West Utglitv. fever th stteet. Now
Voik. A Jam K Luke treisurtr. 3.1S Wett
KlKhtj Ighth street. New Tork ; Thomas
Luke, Hnglewood. .V. J . and WiltUm A.
Luke, Colnston. Va.
Mr. leiike. a native of Hco'l.ind, Kv.-e
thirty-live Krundclitld'en and live unat
crjiidchlldrin. Ill wife died !:i r.s.tl-
inori: seven years sgu
DR. MARKAR DADIRRIAN.
Hluelc Handera Once ThreMteiieit
Mm, but Never Acted,
Hastinus. N. T, Nov. 24 - Mr Marks'-
Dadlrrlnn tiled at his country rettdenre r,,,! rileat,
IMvervlew Manor to-duy Me was horn In M0TCI.AIH. N J., Nov. tV Paul yril
t'uuserla. Turkey, In U31. Heforo coming r jli formerly a coj-jwrtitton Itirrtr la Now
to America tn 1568 he pruached the Chr'e- ' Yor!i Ht ri, home on Hunaet vinui
1U11 religion In various parts of Tuil.. V i nltht of Urlghi't dlteatt. Mr. VTUmx
as a missionary. Airlvluc here, he find- had been til mr mm t'.ir.o a4 hit death
led medicine at the New York I'r.lvetslty, ,, not tinaxpexrttd. lit was Vrn -tn Boons
being ciuduated In 1SS4, when he was mo , on October I, im. t wat
compelled to leave on account of political jraj ,ated from De Psiiw Collere In Indiana,
reaaons. ArrUInc In New York tn 1S8S, , ,itictorlan of hi cU. Lattr ho
UUA.4 ... ,nu,,iir..etui.. a s.nnmer h. , - -hm'.-.i in nerlrn and LelDito. Germany, and
crane, amutislng 11 fortune. i .rtdnated from Ojlumbla-ltw arhool tr
He wa a meinbor of the New York! mi He a ndtnttted to the bar in u.
County Modlful Hoclety. the lmie.ua. 1 .Me Wlh-oa atcurtd ths adoption ot fT
Ameilran HOrlety. LkinsUntlriO' . tho or. law. for AmertMn Mrpnratlotit ta
flivuletnns Mutual Aid Association Mil f. ,a, and argued several tmjsrtoot casts
the MetropolP ,n Mitaeitm of Art
TABLET TO MRS. IDA STRAUS.
nx Bakk, N. J., Nov. 21. MIbs Mary
Fix, daughter nf Mr. Mrs' Joseph
VXx, was married this afternoon to Jacob
ntnnnv formerly of New York. The cere
mony waa performed in fit. James' Roman
monrwia performed. In Bt. JaroeeTa Roman
Ramalda offlclaUnar. Mis Eva Prate
TO brtdeamald, and Joseph Tlx, Jr,
Memorial to Titanic Victim
veiled ty DanKhters of Jacob.
A large bronze tablet healing In relief
an Imago of Mrs. Ida Straus and paying
tribute lo her philanthropy during her
lilv ami her bravery in death on the Tltanlo
was unveiled yesterday at the Homo or tlm
Daughters of Jacob at SOI Ku.t broud-
'I he Daughters were the donots of the.
tablet, which is to be kept iu the meeting
room mil II the toclety moves to Its new
building. Thn It will be placed In that
port of tho hospltnl known as the Ida Htrutis
ward. Mrs. Hlrsus was one of the founders
of the home.
Among the sneakers at the unveiling
v ere the Rev, Dr. II. Perelra Mendes, Dr.
Henry Fleltchmau, the Hev, Philip .laches,
Joseph Iiarontles. the lletr. 11. Mabllansky
and Itulihl n. il, .largoles.
As 11 iniml.i r of Ht. Georce's Kplreonat
Church In New York city hu treated the
poor without cot He took great Interest
in Immigrant arriving1 from Turkey, pro-i-urlnK
positions for them. Ho lectured
upon Turkey and Armenia through this
State in vat lous thut dies, bclns lntio
dues! by Dr Howard Crosby.
1 Tho Hev. M O, rapazlan, pnttor or tne
Vn. ' Protistant Armenian "'hureh, In Thirtieth
trei,t, Manhattan, nnd other Protetant
,'lrKy will ottlelate at the funeral services
tu bo held Ht his home on Tuesday. Tha
Interment will bo 111 tho family plot in
Mount Hope Cemetery.
pr. Dadlrrlsn ottrnctetl tho attention
of ths Illnck Handera four or flvo years
nrro anil a good deal wna published at
the time about tho threats that were
mitdo aRalnst his llfs In cane hn infused
to pay the 510,000 whlrh was demanded
of him He never paid nnd though hit
Wins Surut unveiled the tablet and Cms
mis A, Itogers presided at tho meeting.
Oscsr H. Btruus lth Mrs. Htrsus und
Knslind tn oonneotton with the Thornt
T' peetttnc Ma-chtnt Company, ATisr rt
tlrlng frnm tha praottea of law, tie mang4
ilia Hotel Montelalr her.
Mr Wlloox wti one of th erttsnliers ,f
the Onttoolc Club, and wet president In
Hal. Ho alto wm vtee-pretIot ot tha
Montelalr CHob for sew! j-eam. Tit Wat
prominent in tht organtiation ot 4ht najK
of Montelalr. und waa a tflreeter.
In Utt Mr. Wlloox married Msry Maul,
dauihter of William O. Maul of Omaha,
Neb. He la eurvlvesl tr hla wlfa, twe aont
und a dauihter. .
Ynana" nepntiHrams to nine.
The New York Yonnr Republican Club
will havo Its second annual ainner ai mo
1 1ntel Aatnr on Katurday nlglit. Decern-
bur 7. President Nicholas Murray Jlutlor
of Columbia University has accepted an
tnvltutlon to t-peak and throe State Oov-
Iladluy or Missouri, jiroomro 01
tiiine sent to him at 6 3n West 113th street,
nhrro be lived then.
fuut. Onllle Oddle.
miKKNtncH. Conn. Nor. It. rtarit. Or
villa Odtllo of ths Old (Iiiard nnd member
eeveral other members of the family were 1 "f or t rincinnaii, nieo ju.i b..
lull im'llllKIll Ml ! a . 1, n ,i, ihb
elshtleth year. Ilia wife and ,wo uont, Or
villa and Albert, mirvlvs.
In New Yorlc To-tlar.
New Vnrlf Pederttlon of Chnrc'iet. conferrnre,
Awtmbly Hall. Metropolitan Life nulldlnt, IS
IIit Treaty-fourth street, s p. M.
Ietiiro by Dr. A. O. K, llsmlln on "detain
Arrtiltecfuro sad Modern lltMjii," Columbia
Meeting of the Heotlnn of Autlirepolngy and
P.yrtiology or IhoNew Vnrk Acsdemyor Solenepa.
Columbia Unlvortlly, 4:10 P. M,
Sod ot irio Amerlrao Itevolutlon, dinner,
Waldorf-AeUirla. a P. M.
Irvine Nallonal Dank, dinner. Waldorf Attorla,
7 P. M.
New York County Medical .Society, annusl
mrctlng, 17 West I'orty-Hilrd "treei, f;l-'i P M.
Umpire Ststo Society, honipiel, H'aldorl An
torla. S:l P. M.
Public hesrtug en aesr barge caaal lem,
board room, Produce I'.icbanie, to.ao A, M,
Workmen't Oompeniatlna Department or the
rtattoaal Clvlo Federation, oenrereoce, Nov York
Board of Trade and TraupefUitloa.aaailroadvay,
New York UBlremllil Club, aiMtlar, Jielel
UarU AaaeUWt. f. U,
i-nfitteillv turned ovor to the police tinea-Uv,.nnqi., r,ns iioldsborouffh of Mary
telling letters, tiothlntf rver befell him "r I lund ulo aro expected.
; v of his family. A harmless parkugn!
made to look llkn nn Infernal mnehlnn ut amrl riarert
.inhu fnrfa orodiioUon of Theodore Burt flayre
snd Cloveland nodgera'a emoiltinai nraras n
tnmeil" will be rrt6cntril for the flrst time to-
ntsht 011 any stage l the Providence Opera
Hour-o, Providence, with Hore I.uthtun, Anno
Kntiierinnd. lxila Mav. PrAnklyn Underwood,
Fraud l.'nrlylr. Itobert Paytoa uiddi, i.owaru
rotmt. I'liu-nrit 1.. Iiavenonrt. George I (lucre,
Sydney Alnswnrth. Olualo 8o;ol, Oeorge Monroe
Clark antl V. W. Htroortn ine ran,
Ijiurctto Taylor will bo seen for the first Umn
aa s alar to-night In J. Harder Mannera'a comedy
"Pee o' My Heart," untler uiivrr Mnrnsroa
iminnoemeni. at the Hhiihert Theatre, Horhester.
Thf niiMiorllng company tll Include rhrlttlne
Noiltmii. Bmllle Mrlrtlle. Ilulh llart'wid, It
iii-.-vi-.Smllli. Iiechiald Untun. Iluaaard Short,
flarence Handyalde und 1'Dtcr llanett. "Peg
.. iiu it.,.rf u-tu lie the attraction that will
open thu new Corl Theatre, In Vet rorlyelilith
atieel, noil moulli
lleierly II- llnhbs's "Atop of the World In
Million" will follow "A Snaps o' the pen at
Wei.er-a Theatre, herlnrtnc Miunay evening,
liii-i'tnber I The pictures, which show tcenea
In iho Arelln reglona, recently floaed a run of
.vn pertormancca at the Whitney Opera Hoiim,
"The Slerrr ConnteM." which hat brea running
Inr seeersl weeks at the Casino Theatre, will
cloao in New York etnaferaent la four weeks.
After playing Chriataiu week at tha Weet Lad
Theatre U wia (e ea totjc
(.'apt. Oddle tiai Imrn In tha eld TUyiird
Houae, on Koiirteenth etreet, New York, on
Augiiet '.'I. 1)311, lili p-irsnta lielng Walttr
MiiKoti Oildle ami Jtilla Atiutln Melga Ha
wan eilni-iiteil In New York ruthllo sthrmla,
lis m mil' of the orlfrlnnl Hoard of llrnkern
,i furs the Stntk Kxi-h.itige wax orgHnly.ed
and twta a ineiiiher of tlisaHintk KxOiuiige
fir twi-nty-tliree years He rethled ut one
time In llmnklyn und fur nine yeara lit
HU'i'l'l". leading a ritltsd Ills. I'linrral
.i'rlie w 111 ht private nt Itlvetalde nn Tuei.
titty. Interment will be m ilrtrnivood.
Carl Culver Wligln.
MONTOI.AIIt, N. .1 . Nov. HI. Informa
tion hat been received here of the death at
ilefferaon, N II , of Carl Culver Wlag In of
Montelalr, Mr. Wlagln had bean living In
th White Mountain! far tht benefit of hit
health. Mr, Wlfgln left Dartmouth Collage
ta serve la the Bptnlth-Amerloan war. Bub
laeatiy ht neotmt eaeoclttea with the
CItllU!.'. Inar-h O. Carroll. Sat ,nlay. No
vember :j. iv i
runeral from his late rei'.rteore. f,7 Wist 7Mh
tu Solemn nqulcm masa at lite Church ot the,
Illes.ed Sacrament. 7:t st and llroadway.
Tuesday, Novemhrr is, at 10 30 o clock.
Interment Calvary i'en-.eter
CO.VKI.IN - At ltrrlln, (.erinati), November 0.
1V1J, Javob 1' Cotililln. la hl t-iU. ear
Puneral eenlrr-i 1 be hald at hla late
rrtdtnrc, ,'tlsn ev . Hwerlraw. N. V.,
on Ut-dne-idav atlernoon, November S7,
101:, M 3 nVlot-k Carriages will he la wall
ing on arrival of Went Shuts train leaving
New York, V.'ctt 434 t , ut ll'SO A. M.
CnANi:. On Saturday. Nuvember it, I12. at 101
Henry at., llrooklva, Harriot Seabury Crane,
daughter of Alden Seabtiry and Cornelia
Tucker Crane, imhe lBlh year of her age.
funeral tervlce at Christ Church, comer ttf
Clinton and llarrlnon ait , llrooklyn. Monday
at lernoon, NoeemberSS, at'J.so o'clouk.
DAPinillAN-Dr. Mark ax O. Dadlrrlan. en
Nov ember 21, In hit TSd year.
I'uneral acrvlcta will be hold at tha residence
of hla eon, Dleran Padlrrlan, 7tHnf-oo-
Hudon, at 1 o'clock Tuetflay, November 24.
Carrtagt- will meet train leaving Orand
Central Station tl'.M A. M., arriving at Hatt
Iiifa i: lit p, M. Interment Mount Hope
Cemetery. California papers pleaascepy.
FRA7.Ii:tl At itarrltnn, N. Y, Herbert Itarter,
ton of the late 11. W. Frarler.
I'uneral on Tuetday, at CarrUnn, on arrival
of 11 in train from (irand Central Station
HUnt) At New York Itoapital, November 73,
1017. Melnncttion M. Htird, In ths 1Mb year
of hi age.
Intenm-nl at llrldgcport. Conn.
NOLAN. - Kutherlne. uced to years, h'ervloen at
"Tiia I'l'saail.t ucrch," 141 wen S.vt etreet,
(Hunk i:. Ciui-uki.i, nint.uiMi), tlmo later.
Atltumohlle t orlefe.
OnnllL Oa Sutunlay. November 3.1, 1013, at
his rialdcnre, lllvrraldr, Conn, Orvlllo
Oddlo. husband of Ylrlnrla Swrrtser and
ton of the late YValtrr Mutoii oddle und
Julia Austin Melg, In the M)tb year ot hi age,
Kuueral tcrvlrra will be held at hit late reil-
deooo, Tueaday atlernnna, November 38, on
arrival ot train leaving (irand Central Station,
New York, ut 3 57 P. M , returning from
Itlvertldo at 4..MI P XI. Carriage will ho In
waiting. lntcrmentTn (irernwnod Cemetery
at convenience of the fumlly,
POST.-Suddenly, nt Montelalr, N. J on Satur
day, Ntivcliihcr 1013, Acnes, Morian, wife
ot Morgan II, l'u.l.
Funeral tervtoca will Lo held at hor home,
Sunset av., Montelalr, N, J on Tuesday,
November 34, at 13 u'clook. Carriages will
he In waiting at MontcIMr atatlnnon arrival
of train lolling Huholcn at 10.30 A. 11.. via
I), I.. A W, ltallruad.
rtAri KH. -Sudtlcnly.ou Saturtlay, November 33
1013, IMward Haflcr, ot 4't Win sttlh tt.
Tunrral from Church of Holy Trinity, ftd at,
buttircn llruatbiav and Aintterdaiii av., nn
Tuesday. November 3fl, at 10 A, M
WILCOX. Suddenly, Saturday, November 33
at 0;4.1 P. M , at Montelalr, N. ,T, after a
lingering lllneka, Paul Wilcox, beloved tin
band of Mary Maul Wllont, In hit Mb. year,
Hcrvlcea private. Kindly otnltHowerv Omaha,
Neb., papers picnic, ropy.
WILLIAMS - suiltlenly, nn November 33. at
While Plains, N. V., In the Mth year of her
age. Itmma Carsnn, belnvetl wife ot Henry
,11 will! Jim.
I'unt'ral srrvlcrs will be held at st Thomas's
Church, .New i ork city, on Monde) . Novcta
her ?. At 1 1 A, M. Interment private. Kludly
mult llowers, l.uiidnn (Itngland) and Clew-
land lOlllnl papett pleats rupy.
ority with hint Jm could not. have held
,la ,,l-i. Tllolnn bail urn al tV. IHIt not
that hold on his fellows that Sherman
Ho was the finesr. reproacinmuvw i
cno.SSKY -llev John J Cror-vy, month's mind
requlstn mate, on November 3,1, 11)12. 10 A. M
at the Chinch ot Sacred Heart, West I'ltty.
MiM Mriet, city
ruilllK uniiui0i,,,.w wv...., ... lln tntte liirt
on. "but lteisl amused iintaoniams bo i to tiJK' 'l,!J".
Mol-m that if he hadn't had a creat jnu- a "
Cardlaal Farley at TBth AnnlTTaar.
rotroHKBEram, Nov. 24. A three day
celebration of ths seventy-fifth anniver
sary ot Ht. Teder'n Church of this cltr
was begun to-day. Cardinal Farter, Bish
op rusark and u large number of prleats
frnm ,Mtles In tho Hudson Valley are hea
("arfllnsl Farley preaidea 4W
muss at the church tms morrdnT.
To-morrow a lurjro class will be oetv
flrmod by lllshop Cnsaok. To-fnortwir
night und Tuesday night there) will ha poa
Ho meetings ut (Jo.irmntis Jnatltuta. Tna
rslAbrattoii will end Wednesday raornln
t..JL. ...... te.,..n th.. nieentlonal man with a solemn requiem for all Who Cava
tii.tij -- . .hh jinrinw thei nwt aemnrv-flvM masa.
who Without. lirlUK a genius aiwuyn uiiov. '
Important Public Exhibitions
BEGINNING .TOMORROW (TUESDAY) -ATTHB
AMERICAN ART GALLERIES
Madlaon-Bquaro South, NewYbrk
Beautiful and DistlnotW
FRAIK L CAMFIIU. J?
Antique Royal Carpets
of tho XV, XVI, XVII and XVIII ContnrlM
One of the most remarkable collections
of the A
Products of Ancient 'Looms
Heretofore Placed on Public' View
and particularly appealing to
Connoisseurs, Amateurs, Architects
and Interior Decorators
At the same time wlirbe.shwn.ln.our
recently added'Bok and Print" Gallery
Kuwabara's (Ftikuba Toru)
Collection of One Hundred
which were exhibited in the Pine Arts Palace, Japan
British Exhibition, London, 1910, and also In-the'Royal
Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm, 19".
OPEN FREE TO THE PUBLIC FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
The AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mtnagars
a- Kait aaa amac, K4itm Mian aoart. Tail