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SEVEN DIE; EIGHT HURT
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
C I. ...1 1
Il''l-' .'M S ."lllilMllMI III 101-
liMiiii on I'l'iin lviinia
II. I.'. Ilr.incli.
T I.I.I. I TIIAI.V KlIM'Kl) VV
jloihci' ninl Two Chilih'cii
iiioiii 1'i'iitl in (rush
Zi.i "I'll'- "rc. 3,--The Wont
Utr 'U vt.ii. nun rvcr nun imp-
,,-nfil 1 iimnnali nml Minsk-
atu'ti mi'- branch of the l'cnn.iyl
unU K.ii ' nil orc'tirred utiont two
, fr.mi I'r. Mien lit t n clock thin
fienlH-' "I"1' " pueroiiKcr cmiii i rum
Trtr.wiv I.. ZaiioHVlllo crashed Into thy
it hi " """ train irom .Miiiersnurn;
i. Z.i'.ii ' miniiK seven pcopio una
, s . m eium inner.
( m:ltV. f0. woollen mill
. s .t.in
'-. !rtl '! ! II. .III.
Tl 11.. ir. l
V h' i: I'lrlili.
. 2 4. tirukrmnn. uf
r. a . ot zane.
Mit Kinersoti, used
30. of I.odl, Ohio.
AS. city hi'IilKt' cur-
liirv Hurtle., 30. Alhlan,
r. ini; nalesman; Jacob llor
1 ilie, ttavellltiK salesman;
T.i lor. U5. Znnesv llle; .lumen
Kamastor, engineer: Frank
l-juaiHter, express iiio.s.son
Mtr.nk. Hi), llrcnipn; Hporco
toiivvny mall clerk.
Soon i.'ter leaving Urcsjon the en-
tlr.c of : " A. & t train broke down
t,n uio 1 '! at Hock Cut ami the train
........ in 1 .! :i n.l.t 111 im fli.t mnln le.,,.1
la-a " ' ' ......
hrake-nin immediately slarteil back
tn fl.ic tin' p.isnnu:er train, but before
hid u bftv yards the oher train
tf.pnrMi .nil the collision occurred.
T'ii '1' 'l ami injured were lirniiKlii
to th:. 'v
SHOULD GREET McNAMARAS.
jlnpni.i.il I ruca. 1 111I11M rial M'orVrr
in M11111I Uy Tlieni.
i" .. M, N'.unar.if. though In S.yi
t,1 .. n 'i ; r:s-in. an ncii loiKonen 111
V. w v u ' Wiili.im I J. Maywond vald
ji, a; Lenox Casino hist nlsht.
W i.i taken tlu'tn to our heart'" as
wire members of the Industrial
tV.rh. " f Tie World. The I. V. W.
0 in Chicago bhould -send
1 111. in as well us to inemljera
. I '- wlio are la Jail and con
1 despised the ame u the
u 1 said Haywood to his audi-
. 1 ..'ins-trial Workers, "It Is not
s- : t ir you to throw dynamite
1 I you have to do Is to remain
, . 111 1 the capitalists will do tin
r. ! i- anting for you, 11s they did
It . ' md that the striken tit Little
- . n J i-'c'itnec-tudy were "Sunday
.1 . p.i nles com purr d with th" In
i.s'.r. 'i u.irs we used to bave when I
hi ..'Hi or of the Western l'Vder
at.'n ' M.nnrs."
J"t 1 . ' Kttor, the I. W. W. or-
Tl .ip'tallsLs aie drunk with
powe' Ti. y don't perm to iiiidei siand
thj' n. -i-rv drives the wmklin; piople
.I'K'M' - : .1 iit'iii uiO II!1SUIII3 UL 111-
f V - hhould do twice as much
rr .ii- lur lite uiiii i iu aniiii 1 1 ill
BUTTS SCORES THE POLICE.
'I lie'e Jl Mrnnltf lilen uf Jub
ilee nml I'all In lob.
T' - e who last week raided the
onp , Si. rial ClUb,'' lit i.'"! West
1'orr - street and arreted I'aolo
Vara r.., .. tietter known ns I'jiiI Kelly,
. t 'mop rani; leuder, on 11 uharK !
Liruin - n t- a disorderly house, wers
r ur.jb . 10 mike out .1 case aKainn tholr
j.-ji -i .1 "11. V.'est Hide court vester
ia .i -i Mui,'!surato llutts discharged
Krr,, 1 pollen point of view wh-n
i rerwn me has fallen afoul of th
'v 'ii n- must keep him down with
r ' . ' . ri after," the. Magistrate re-ir.a...-'
;.it in thw courts, without
in .a.-, w. liout any prejudice und
'r, i ,, , knowledge of who or what
) f' n'l ni has been or Is, the cli3rtfe
n ' un-i on alio ivl(lence,"
n 1 l.r. refore told the police 'they
In fa d '1 submit any evidence to
pro- e , Kelly ran the place or that
. i is fnnductoil for Vdlsorderly prr-
' mm said at the West Thlrty
w., ir ...t station house Iat nlqlit
'ha' i-n , r ler for the posting of police
ra'fi ii' "Noonday Social Club" had
tie if . iiiilrawn and that two men
SHERIFF SEIZES BURIAL PLOT.
l.ne. , realilrnl of B. K. 11. V.
nml Urine sall.
"Iff Thnmas SI. Qulnn of Queens
' ' necoinn custodian of a plot
M . 'I n Cemetery ut Maspeih.
' ta li s deputy, Frank Ue
' -' 'i 'da notion on a stuko
" 1 ' 1 plot und served unother on
s M' of tli. cemetery 1 und now
" 1 '. use tlm plot without the
'' " 1 Tiilsslon.
"' ' ire was made on behalf of
- '1 T.i me, ex-president of the
' 'i' 1 K' niiieii rnterHtuezuiiBB Vereln
' ' "' iv V 1 1' When Mr, Tabuo lost his
' " j 1 -,i. nt, im sued the li. K. U.
' vi B"' .1 UidRinent for J297.78. Ap
i ' ' plot wus the only attach
.i'i 1 .pppiy t, ,.0ii und. -
CANVASS IS WILSON BY 67,172.
I'liml I'lri'ilun I'lanrea for Mnnbnt
lini nml The llroili.
The Una: fisurfH on the election a.i
e'imii .te.j t,v thl, Nrvv vrt county
Hoar.' 1 '.invasseiH show thut Wood
Jjw W. s n received lit Munhutton and
J'h" i i.x. If,i;,iri7 votns; Theodoro
tr,i, . ;,s,.,s- willlam If. Taft, M,
I5i Wilson's plurality over Col.
) ' 1 was C7.172. Mr. Debs polled
1:1 s him volew and the l'ro-
lUMtlrn nnM 35;. votPJ) for ciiafln.
vviiliftm .SuIzit's official vote was
"MUI. for Oscar S. Straus, 111,010;
for Job h, i(P,i?,Si 49,081; for Charles
4tUU Itunscll, H.1J3.
CHURCH'S DUTY TO MEN.
IVilernl ('omieira I'niiiniNnloii lie.
lorl on Mortnl .ccd,
Chiuuo, Ore. 3. A tevlsed "Social
Creed" was tubmltUil to the Federal
Council of the Chnivhes of Christ In
America, which lieKau Its second qund
rennlal conference at the Hotel Iji
Salle to-day. The new cieed was pro
sonled In n report of the c.immlsaion on
the church nml soctal service, Intro
duced by the 1M-. Frank Mnson North.
It declares tha' .he churchiM must tuk
u stand for:
Miiual ilKlils and complete Jlis.K'e for
all men In all atnllons of life.
The protection of tho family by the
sliiKle Htuud.ird of purity, uniform di
vorce laws, proper rei;iilutIou of mar
rlaKe und proper IiouhIuk.
The fullest possible development for
eveiy child, especially by the provisions
of proper education and recreation.
Tho abolition of child labor.
Such regulation of the conditions of
toll for women us shall safeguard the
physical and mural lualtli of tho com
munity. Tho ubattnieiit and prevention of
The protection or t lie individual and
society from tho aortal, economic und
moral waste of tho liquor trairic.
Tho conservation of health.
The protection of the worker from
dangerous machinery, occupational dl
eases and mortality.
The iIkIU of all men to the oppor
tunity for self-maintenance, for s.ife
Kuurdlut,' this right against encroach
ment of every kind and fur the
protection of workers from the hard
ships ot enforced unemployment.
The principle of conciliation and ar
bitration In Industrial disputes.
The Kt'uduul and reasonable reduc
tion of the hours of labor to the lowest
A living wage ns n minimum In every
The report calls attention to the socl.il
tiniest which Is felt In the country to
day, and makes u plea for social' und
SUES WIDOW FOR $10,000
ACCIDENT MAKES BOY SPEAK.
Ilrna II ml .liimnii'il M Muulli 1'rer
n I'ellereil Tonmie.
Hobby Kcke, the three-year-old son of
dpt. Albert Kcke. a lawyer livlntr at
1SL' Lincoln avenue. Fast New York,
had been "tonguo tied" until one day
early last week the child's Impediment
In speech was eiiivd In an odd way us
the tv.nili of jin accident. And yester
day Hobby's pareutv were pleased that
Hobby had li.nl an act Idem with such
Hobby's father. In addition to lining
.1 luwyer, a Captain In the Forty-seventh
lteglment of Hrooklyn dm lug the
Spanish war and attached to the olllce
stall" of the Kings County Register, also
Is a cornet player. 1 in the day of the
accident Hubby was running about the
house "pltijlng" on a hollow brass cur
tain rod In Imitation of his fatlifi-'s cor
net playing when un end of the lod
struck a chulr.
Til.' .'nil In llubbv's nioiuli. Jammed
suddenly b.ick agulnst the base uf Hie
"tied" tongue, cut through the band of
tissue that had held the child's tongue
to the floor of the mouth since birth.
Hobby screamed with pain and hl
mother screamed when she saw th
Hut yesterday Hobby Kcke was talk
In? plainly for tho Ilrst time In hl
ijhree year career. The brass rod end
had done what Dr. Kvans .lohnon of
il Richmond street had been urging
Hobby's patents to permit the surteon
in do In a more selentltle way for some
300 CONTRACTORS DINE.
A Urges Sln Fnlsoly Aci'ipictl
Him oT .M:iling (iiut
IIO.MK I'JUCK KN'DAXHKItKI)
Young Huiiringloii Vil Also
Sues lliislmiitl's Parents
for Spi'i'iitliug (iossip.
Hum iMiios', 1 1. I, Deo. 3. Papers
weio served to-il.ty on two prominent
residents of Huiitinglon In suits for slan
der In which tfu.fum ilatnaces Is asked.
1'liu cases will be heard lit the .January
term of the Supreme Court, to lie held ut
Tho lirst suit was beRiin by Frank
Kennedy URuinM Mrs. KHz.! belli Helcbert,
a good looking widow living in un nttruc
tlvo Ilttlo bunK.ilow in the best part of
Cold Spring Hill. She is well to do and
1 those whij are supposed to know say
she has a 1 runkful of Fulled States bonds
Kenned v is the village blacksmith. Ho
is married, is tlio fatheriof several chll
liren anil lives in the same neighborhood
as Mrs Heichert He siys hn has been
defutneil to tlio o.xtcnt of $10,000 because
of 11 repoit circulated by Mrs. Heiclicrt
that theiblacksiiilth was fond of making
googoo I'.ves nt her 11ml at one time so far
forgot himnlf as to li v to enter her home
late at night
The.e repot is reached the ears of Mrs
Kennedy and did Hot tend to make the
blacksmith's home life pleasuut So he
brought the suit Counsellor John .)
Itobiiisou will appear for Kennedy uud
ex-ludge Thomas Young for the widow.
The otiier suit was brought by Marie
Klauer Derail ugaint 'Ihom.is Dorun,
Sr . and the amotnit asked tor l $."U,'jo.
Marie i a in inor and the wife of Thomas
Dor.111. .Ir , and the suit is brought in
her huliand's mime
Only a ..- ye.i'is ago 'I bonus Doi.ni.
Sr., was a day laboier about Huntington
He stalled 11 'ontrai'tini! business, his
son being admitted into the linn as a full
partner. The yc inner Dorati is a gi Jil
uate of the Huntington High School
The firm of Dot. 111 .t Sim mad., monev
uud to-day the elder Dorun I- a lin? holde'r
of leal ei-tate. hi.- .1 l.ugf contracting
business ar.d a garage lull of automo
biles. A little 1 v.'i a War uuo tliele culne
to Huntington Mis. Mane Miner, daugh
ter of a local buii'lier. who hud lolinerly
lived with her inuther in New .lersev
Shejwas full of life aukwas a good dancer,
and ii won't loin; beftui- Phe had the
j country youths at her side, and they were
satisfied if their attention were 'reiaid
by onlv a smile
Thomas Dorun .Ir . was among the
suitors, and right from tiieslart he seemed
CHARITY SALE AT PLAZA.
HrnrHI In Aid of St. M?lta's Indaa
trie T Reajan.
For Hie benefit or St. Sylvia's Coltotff
IiidustrleB, of Tlvoll, N. Y., Ihere besn in
Hie white und gold room of the Plu.n Hotel
yesterday a (wo diivs sale of laces and em
broideries. A variety of articles of funcy
needlework, made up for the most part
from Individual designs, were cui exhibition
and for (sale at several tables, and numerous
purchasrs were ruade. The vale will con
tinue lo-diiy from II A. M. to 7 1'. II., the
proceeds beliie devoted lo (lie Christmas
Among- the patroiiesiie of the industries
aro the Countess do l.augier-Vlllars and
Mines. Ueraldyn Kedmoud, Gerald I.. Hoyt,
Archibald Itogers, Levi 1. Morton, ltlvhuid
Aldrith, (loodliue Mvlngstou, M, V. It.
JolitiHon, Thomas Hunt . (lowland Pell,
Campbell Steward, Frederick Vaoderbllt,
Carl F, ltokrr. John ,1. Chapman, Albert
llerter, Wurren Delano, .lames lllaachard
Clews, Kdvvard Sturges llosmer. Ilovvland
llutsell, Henry 8. Kedmoiirt. William Forbes
MorgHii, .Ir., Itobert 11. .Minis. Itobert K.
l.lvliigsion. Cleorgii Norton Miller. Andrew
C. abriskle, und tlio Misses t'ullierinn O.
Mvliigatoii, Angelica Mvlngatun, Mary
It. Cross, Mary U. Hoffman und Catherine
Chun h Cnnrer.
AT FLORIDA RESORTS.
Ill' Season In I'roipret and llanlrra
anil FUlierniru Are Itiiar.
luilosA, Flu. Dec. s, At no tlmt before
has the tnurisl bcason tn Florida set la so
early. HookluK ut tho bU hotels ure
citrunidltiarily lamo (iolf llni.s and len
11U courts ure far from full mid no revattas
have )et been uiiiioiinred, but tlio rlhernian
Is liusi' in large iiiiinliers and liuntei-s ure
bringing down ull sorts of gutne.
Dr. It I. lllshop and M. I,. O'llrien of
New ork, season guests of the Prince
(ieorge, have relumed I roui u crulte down
IndtHU lllver, bringing uuc a gieat iiuaiitity
Frnest Krelttierit of HrooUvn has re
turned I10111 a foruv out umoiig the Whoop
lug Islands, brluginir buck a liig buck und
some turke) sieveral deer, a liear or two
and numbers of tmkeys have been brought
In by enthusiasts, mostly from New ork
uud nearby cities, whllo record breaking
catches o( sen buss, welghtug from flvu to
sixty pounds, lima been made Irom the
Supreme. Court .lntlre Slilras and Mrs
Shims urn enjoying it vsiatlun hI Sclunldt
Hie yacht Snapshot, with II 11. (ireene,
fotlnerb of Hie Kontoii Ulohr, and Mrs
lireeiin iibnard. Is moored off the lliillfuir
Hiver Vac lit club house.
to have liy tar the best of the race, the
SOCIETY IN WASHINGTON.
Mm. Tuft ami Friends tlr111l llir
nsliiu St million) ( iincrrl.
AsiuM.ios, Dec :i Mrs Tuff, Mine.
Iiisseiiiud. Mis lluiidolph 11 ml Mis
Wiiilhiop attended the Huston Symphony
tlichestra conceit this arieiiioon.
I he Cubluet woiurn will hold no formal
leieptloiis lu their homes fur cullers until
alter .luminal- I, when the snchil seanoii In
iishiiigioii officially begins.
Di Fsiuoud Ovey, foiuierlv Second
Seclelury tit tlie Hiltlidi laubansy heie, wlio
recentlv instiled Miss Hlanche Mi. hmorv,
dariyliter ol Keur cl 1 11 Ira I Kniuiy, has been
truusleired to HulgHria, Just iioa the must
hiipurtulil uud delicate 1'Ont to which u
clllilouiut cull tie lisslglied
1'iederiek T Martin has arrived in Wash
ingtiiii slid Is ut the llolel Powliutaii fur
others clalinilig thev weie bundicuppeil
i.ec.nise 111 lUI.II. . uig su ing 01 uutomu
biles, 111 which lie spent considerable
tiinedr.viiig Mis. Maneubout the country.
Ills fath.'i and inolh-r vvere not at ull
pleased and they did their TTest lo break
! up tlie soli's evident infatuation. The
! result wj that there was a split in the
I I'ontiactiug 11 nil . the partien being now
: In the same liusmtnn Inn independent of
eacn oilier .Af. .0011 as me sun got llruiiy
established hi engagement io.Mis. Kluuer
was announced, unci although his parentis
even went .u far as to promise to tin ti
everything over to him if he would only
give up the girl, he leluseil to consider
any such proposition ami ihey weie.
Mis. Dorun. Jr . now claims ihui her
husband's parentis have been spieadiug
scuiidiil about, her nml slie ask. Mi,iuin
du mage-. V
AST0R HEIR CHRISTENED.
, Iteeeltra Value of Jolatt .laewb Aslor
I at Fifth .enne llnnr.
I v The lufunt sou of the lute Col. .lolin .lucob
Astor. burn on August 14, wuu christened
011 Monday ufteruoou at the home of his
I mother, Mi Juhu Jacob Aittor, 840 Kiflh
I av enue, by the l!ev. Dr. truest C. Saiiudc-rs
'of (he Chinch uf the Messiah, Itblnebrek,
'I he laf e Col. Aslor was one of the vestry
men of t Ids chinch 'I he i hlld received the
irimu of John Jacob Alitor and is the slMh
tu beui thui name
1 lie spuusoi s w ere Mrs. M. (Irine WIUou,
Philip I.) iidon Dodge und M. Orme WiUun,
' Ii I ln'ir were present u few relatives uud
iiitmute r 1 lends to witness the c hitsiriiuig
l,IUe Tcllriaci'ii us, 'I he) llo Wllli-
1111I Siieeelies f lervv 11 rtl.
ThlCrt hundred cuntrni im s ami enl-
Peers und city and Slate ulllcluls i.l
tended tho fourth annual diiin. r of tin- j
Oetieral Contructols Association nt the
Hotel Knickerbocker last night. Tin-
association Is i iimposeil uf all the prom
Isient contracting tlrms In New Yuri;
city mid Stale, wlio ate engaged on the
subways, the CntsklH Aipieduct, the
iiaigt; Canal, ninl other huge public
Ihnll niebllsch of the John Fierce
Company, the contractois fur Hie new
Grand Central Terminal, nml president
of the association, was gieeted with
applause when he announced th.it the
dinner WHS to be of Hie "speechless"
brand, and In place of a flood of oratory
11 vaudeville entei tulnment was pi i
Among the officials present were
Comptroller William A. Frendeigast.
l'resident of the Hoard of Aldermen
John Furroy Mltehel, Horough I'le.-l-dents
Alfred K. Steers, Cyrus C. Miller
und CJeorge Cromwell, Corporation Coun
sel Archibald Wilson, Ueputy Comp
troller Douglas Mathevv'son, John Will
lunis, Sin to Labor Commissioner; Stale
Senator Thomas C. Harden, Senatois
elect (Jeorge .. Hl.iuvelt and 11. M. Fat
ten, Congressmen-elect Dennis o'l.tnry.
John F. (Julvln. Comnilsplouer of lioatd
of Water Supply .Michael j. Drunimoiid,
Commissioner of Charities .1. Waldo
Smith, Chief Knglneer Hoard of Water
Supply Alfred t'raven. Chief Knglneer
I'llbllo Service Commission Alfred No
ble, Henry W. 1 lodge and Frof. W. II.
Hurr, cunsiililim engineers.
TELLS OF DUMBWAITER RAID.
1 1 ii aba ml I'nlereil piirlmeiil
'I'liriiuuli Minn lo I'lml Ills Wife.
William It. Keeno, a wealthy hard
ware nierchunt of Chainbels stieet,
Is named us the ulleged coiespondeiu in
the divorce suit of Churles C. C.uli.irt
of llohokeii ugulnst his wife, Kvn May
(,'arhurt, nmv living (it 131 West Seventy-second
street, Manhatlliu. luafrl
davits filed In the Chancery Court lu
Jersey City yesterday both Mrs. Car
hart und Kcene deny the allegations.
According to Curhart he went to
Keene's apartments, ut 121 Clurcinont
uvenue, New York, with u policeman
und five friends on the evening of
Mny 1- lust, but could not guln uduilt- .
tunce, After wulllng for severul hums!
a racket wiih heard In tlm duiubwalici' I
shaft and from Hie bottom In the base-j
inent hopped out u man who ran uwuy. j
Cur hurt pulled himself up in the dumb
waiter nml In that way letMiimself Into
tho Keeno suite, where he confronted
his wife, who wum nil nloiii'.
Mrs. Curhart explains the circum
stance by saying she was engaged by
Keeno to toko care of the upurtmentH
while ho was In Florida, Keeno testlllcd
similarly In nftlduvltn nnd said thut on
the night of the rnld he was In Kings
ton with two gentlemen friends.
Tlio CurhurtH lived In Hunt Orange,
until their separation In April, 1911.
whon Carhart loft the house, stilling
he could no longer live wllh his wife on
account of her supposed intimacy with,
MRS. CATT GETS BIG WELCOME.
I'l'letiil. I.reet Her on llelnrn I'l-oio
Trip Around World.
Mis. Ciiiollne Chapman Call, piesl
deiit of tlie International Suffrage A-
SDll.ltloll, spoke to Ull lllldielice of fillO
lu the huge auditorium of C.iopei I'lilou
Inst night on the subject "Tlie Awaken
ing of Women." Tlie nieetlnir was in
llle liatllle of a clllells' Ici.-plluU I"
Mis. i'all lu honor of her home ciuuliii.
after Ull ellihleell llllllltlls tllp Ulllllllll
the world, during which she studied Hie
ciuichthiiis uf wuiiien 111 Iwenty-seV' n
Mrs. ('alt spoke uf the condition uf lie
women 111 the llllent, tile li.lvallie thej
have made during the past wars, and
the ptogfej-s to he expelled within the
yea Is to Cllllle. Site declared tll.ll the
I'.j&l will soon have a uilgliy fmce In
Hi., win id.
Comptroller William A. ITendetgust
welcomed Mrs Catt on behalf of the
city In place of the Mayor. William M.
Ivltis also made a speech. Frederick C.
Howe presided. Mis. Catt said that she
was partlcillaily pleased to be wel
comed by n representative, of the city,
because a weY.iine to her constituted a
Welcome to her cause.
lie i ll . lluimr Opens at Wulclorf.
li.i;nir n u h inuvlus plcl ures und viiiide-
die w as begun ve-leidav in the A slot ia -teii'
of Hie nlihii f-Astoi i.l liv meitibei.
of I he X I. Society lo r'ifse liliids lo Mippurl
a bed III 1 lie uithopecllci wind of the Post
(iiuiliiute llosiuiul und lllsu fill (he flesh
nil' uull. in connect ion with Hie Statilou
Street Du) Xniseiy All surtnof funcy goods
weie oflered fur sale uud ut tlie vjiiuiis
fables VM'le the Misses I'lcllenie t.etk.eti,
(iellrilile Vll-llli. l.lli'V 1. 11.111, Atluu lleliueil,
I'liiui es llliiir, I liini es .Mutllage, Chuiluite
Mutlluge uiy SiiIIivicii, l.iudu Steven-oil.
l.Ule eiler and l.nruiuo Wiggins Tlie sule
will i iinlliiiielhlsalleriiooiiiiiideveiiing
llrM, lleiir) Ciic'i MiiMleale,
Ml- Heuiv C Cue gave u breakfs und
InnsiMile tesiinluv ul Hie i'lu.u, Hie llisi
ul a Miles In riil, lust was served lu the
I e-1 u ii i un I ninl mis followed hv iiiiihIc in
Hie IihIIioiiiii 'llle musts weie .Manure
I'm huu ol I he Merry Cuuuless ' compuiiy
unil I'eicv I olscui, vlohiusr liwiu llussi'll
und M.ss dim e lluvllaud were ul Hie pluno
Viiiiiim I he guests weie Mrs (ieoi ge II. Hunt,
Mis vviiluim Ituss Proetor, Mrs llowuid
Iv. Cuolubie, Mis lieorge S. I'ulmer, Mis.
(Ills Iv Hlliloi k unit .Mi's, (it-uige Morns.
lliKMiir lo A Id Hable lliKpltnl,
luiaur In mil of Hie HubSes llospltul
will liH'lield to-day ul tlio house of Mrs.
lieoriie S llieiAsler, 71 Fust Seventy-flist
si reel, 1 1 om .' until 7. Hesldes the sole of
iiltiiles then will he u few novelties for
childien, liichidiiig a Hiinlii Cluus and a
geneioilH goose with a nub bug. Aiming
tliiiM- who will assist ut tables ure Mis.
Oliver (lould Jennings, Mrs. l-.rnei.l tJ.
Stilliiiau, Mis. Fiitrick A Valentine, Mrs,
William (ioaclhy, l.oew. Mrs, 1-ranU II,
Keel h ami .Mrs. l rederick It. hellogg.
I'Ih) and l'la)ers.
IMitsirr c.sbrlrt, th two foot 1ml roin
diiin. i1i. lll tip rfiuiutiTfil fur his sing
Hui-r llriiwn kiiU l.lttlf N.mti, has bvii
j mivuiiviI fur f htAchllilreu' T htairr un ti
lllif iVnlul) 'lln-lrf. nlllcll will Vlicll llh
I Hucktll) Puikrlly lluuit" (lllllll( Christ -j
iiiur. w-l( Molir llahrUl l III plQ) llle
led. I'eir 1'ipvr. a doll, liihublliiui of h
' ion t, rci nil CMHtlt;, but which L thv lline
'if 111.- pia)' upeultig hs fallen lulu tuih
I a rhuLuv iuiv us tu be knuvru Jt i Kr 1 1 -
I I'M, I.Cl ! IIUUC.
j The rnraiprnsnt uf "The ilrrry Coim m"
ul tin Cuiliin ttlutrr will eiel un Saturilav
, llrcrlllber I The thruiri. will h ilunxl
fur the wtt. uf Ihv tCili. aiul will reopen
lull MoiuJm.v. llietilbrr 'J'l, rur III pC-tut
, eh4fpll.it lllelr ut llutrv l.uiut.r. Illllltr
jflii niHUHitviiicnt uf W'lllUm MurrlM "The
Vli-lrv Culllllrfs" will tr the hltracllun HI
'he i rst Und Tneicirr fur c 'tirlsiniHs iirck
, aliU ul ihe .Vf.vjeillu lu IJruuUliii fui Nivi
' V eur'l
I The bunrs, urchestra rtuur uttj the bal
'.uiD ui Hie New AmaterUhiii Thtaire ntli
be ei iiipleil on KrhUr nlglit by the Alumni
I .vxmiaiiun uf fiteveut Inrlliullun uf Tei u
j nulus) The theatre will be ilerorsteil hi
j. sievens' iwlora, anil an approprlle tiumbei
' 111 be Interpolated In the "Count of l.ui
J e in biiur g " Many pruuiluent euglneera will
be pi eelll
j liming Ciirlatliiua and New Year weelia
I Hi. in will ua apecUi matlneta uf "l.lttln
I Wuiiien" at William A Hrai1j' Playhuuae
lVei day Tula fa liladw uvcesaar) by the
t are. I prreaura for aeala anil the liiiponal
jbllliy uf aicuiiinioJaTlug nil whu appl)
' Vlllijabiiur Slefanaon, ihe Arctic ev
jpluler, who illacovrrril h i.ice uf bio ml K
i klliiva hi Mclulla bund. Ilea Heath, Ihe
author Capi A M. lliibrr. who was one of
i the eurly eltIera of Alubka but u nun a
leehlelil uf l.unijuii, Ihlaeiie Alls uf .Nuille
fiiinier licpiiiy L'nlle.l Hlutea .saer of
AImsIiu, unit a parly of Alaaka ptoncera
will Im Ihe Kiiesle, un Thuinda) ulghl, of
lli.erl) II. Uubba ul VVeber'a Tllealle, whel
"Alup uf Ihe Wulhl III Motion" la the HI
tlucltuu. I u order lo ine'ei the demand fur aiala
fur "Tlie Whip" ut the Manhattan Open,
Hoil'u eltru luulllieea will be ai altered
thiuiighoiit the hulldny peiiud lii uddlllon
lu the nruhir Wednis.i.iy B,i jcaturda)
liiHtlueea Hpei-fal inatluee duiea nlipady
lived fnulude, Th ursitii v, Iiectinber ic, Krl
du. iJ.ceuiber i't. Mul.day, eleuiber SO,
tue.da), liecriuber 31, and Thuiaday, Jan
il.l l ) 2
lleceptlon for lllaa A my Joliuaon,
Mrs. William i. Hates gave yesterday
afternoon ut her house, 40 Fast Thirty
fourth street, tho Ilrst of tlirvo receptions
lo' introduce) to aociety her daughter by h
Connor marriage, Miss Amy Ilradlsh John
son, Receiving with Miss Johnson were
Miss F.lciiunr llait.lhnrne, Miss Caroline
Wyeth, Miss Louise Cliappell, Miss Fvelvn
Mrnwu, Miss Loiilsa Jolinson and Vlss Mar-.
Th Hhilberla' net inliailal plodllc'tlun
tvlll be the nrat Ainerlcon pieeeiuatlon ut
Klaus l.eliar'a lhiiupean auiceaa "Th Man
With ttlu Three Wllea" llehearaala have
nlieady begun on tlie etuu.. of ibe Casluu
Ollv Wymlhaiii Im I, -en mimed by
Churlea Frohinau fur ihe ian of leading
woman In "Chain.." which ha In lo pin
duie at the Crltrrlou 'llu-alre un .Munda)
afternoon, December 16
Through th courte.y of ulullo (latll
Caaamiu, Marie llappuld will be added to
the programme of the Woinen'a Titanic
Memorial benefit performative to be htld
Friday afternoon ut the (.'eiuury Theatra.
NKW VOHK-Na, Y,rk C-
Laaguaga Both Raiaa,
U tladliea At.i mar TIU Si, U
, MO Wtst TM St
r Uacuarss taught In rlaiaai er prlruir.
CD1IIICI earefully Uughl br QUlektat nslasda,
Sr hmin Studios, n Wall t.: aod iOi w. MID st
Telephone. Prof. Prunera of Madrid. Tit, im.
l.l,,i-.Hi Pi'il"Mln,l.,'''.""S'Vi) T2J.
W2 LOUR Vtroiirsl-.Uisil.epl-, SarrtUflal
llUlllblUlj. ( t , ((e acUIrt
is now boxed up in tlie Metropolitan Museum's storehouse, guarded day and night by armed
keepers. The public cannot see it and may not be able to for years, but for all that the public
will be able to see and .enjoy the gems of the collection beautifully reproduced in a special
eight page art supplement to
The GUiHstimas Edition
Dssyed Sunday, Dec. f5th
This wonderful collection of paintings, miniatures, bronzes and jewelry which Mr. J. P. Morgan
has brought over from London is the finest private art collection in the world and contains
many of the most famous masterpieces. The most valuable of them all have been carefully
photographed and will be published for the first time in a newspaper in the CHRISTMAS
EDITION OF THE SUN.
A Revolution in the Printing Art
will be shown in another special supplement devoted to
Etchings- of Newest New York
By the famous English Artist
Member of the Royal Society of British Artists and the National Society of Portrait Painters.
It will consist of four full page drawings by Mr. Moorepark, made especially for THE SUN.
and showing the salient architectural wonders of New York of to-day. The etchings will be
printed on only one side of the paper and will be all ready for framing.
These etchings will be printed by the rotary intaglio process which has recently attracted
the attention of publishers in Europe and America. It is a revolution in the art of printing,
and is similar to the laborious method required to produce up to this time the finest etchings.
THE SUN and R. Hoe & Company have been experimenting with this new process for nearly
a year, and the results obtained have been most gratifying". It is the first time that the rotary
intaglio press has been used by an American newspaper, and, in fact, the first time by any
newspaper in the world, on so large a scale.
. - The SemiMoinithly
will also be issued with the Christmas number on Dec. 15 and will be replete with entertaining
fiction, attractively illustrated. Among the contents will be:
By Mrs. Jack London.
"PAPA POCHARD'S TREE.'
By Ellis Parker Butler.
"THE COWBOY WHO WENT
By Thomas Grant Springer.
"A STUDY IN CHARCOAL."
By Charles Dana Gibson.
Pictorial Magazine Section
The latest achievement in modern newspaper printing will have 1 6 pages of profusely illustrated
articles on important and timely subjects -Christmas stories and Christmas suggestions.
rThis edition will be sold out early' on Sunday morning,
and it is necessary to order it from your newsdealer at once.