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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913
. y. iiulerliill, Cnniolitis Vim
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m A ftl.K MTSirAl.E
lliniic'l .iinl Ysavi! mid Kxcol
I.mi oivlii'stnil I'ipct's All
in mi K vn i 11
.hi Mus tune last nlprht
dunces .nut 11 mil'liMlc of
, tl'.il Id'pi Imlh old nnil
i.t. Hull jmo nt her house,
i . .uh, Ii utrrot, n dinner
ins ! I.i 1 1 Miss MarKnret
i ,i it,, tighter nf .Mr. mid
" I.I. Si hlcffelltl. Woo h a
f the winter. It was a din
mi,. n.iilc, wlin were
- 'i,,l tittilcsi, the dccor:l
. .'i w oi i tines of s.irloua
u ill.- dinner Conrad's
I. .mil afterward many
;'.-r soneral danclnir. A
' . ( "'ippir was served
lirne.it dinners of thrt
, ... even by Mr. and Mrs.
. .tidei liilt .it their house (177
. ii followed liv a musical.
- . riehty people at dinner.
r r. ,i:el ,t several tables, eacn
, .l.'i-orated with IludUuice
r . vrre pl.irrd In silver cups,
v n r there was an lnterUlns
f inner 1). Ml Frieda
til' Metropolitan Optra,
-i Moin'i. and an orches-
d l'v N'lilian Frnnko
it upr. Mins i .10 nrla "Krnanl
lr " ''.in enlis opera "Krnanl"
- iIiiuKm "WIcRenlled," .Mo-
..U'lien" and the "Heren
i: . ii.r cl Strauss Hr last
v.- i lie lt.ieh-CSounod "Ave
V .' ii she accompanied
i... i n- orchestra and ors-in.
v , i ir I compositions of Svens
- -mi ns. K.utte. Churbriei-
l '.ii" f liN own. The first
r i if procr.iinnie was the
i M .art s "Nozze dl FlKuro."
music many of the ftuest
r Mi- andt t tiilt's dnncc.
1.,. riant dinner of last night
. i. .Mr and .Mrs. (Scow Jay
.1 liou.-e. ST.T Fifth nvenue.
numbering seventy, belns
k - ,i um tables, which were dec
. . - -h eii.iw roses and orchids.
u r.n! was boinK served Nahan
' . r.inMi'.i ijilayed a varied
i nv ,i tn ins the numbers belnc
M.ir.U.S et Marquise." El-
. i itii-.'ii de Matin" and "Chanson
.i new composition by Cour
' . e- I'apillon". a Choplii "Noc
n. ri .election from Gounod'
r et Riucls" and "The Dance
. II ir- ' from I'nnc hlrlU's "La
',.. r. After dinner the Castles,
v appearing at one of the
. r. hi r. , l anti' In to dance.
V . M.s Helen Miller (Jould and
inr. r-nlev J Shepard, were nt the
' .' m not siven for them.
.Mid Mrs (Jould announced that
,!; ..f their sister. Miss Helen
m . . n. u..iild take place at her
,r lioiio. I.yndhurst. Tarrytown,
nv Mls Onuld chose this
.Hike 11 w.i-i the date of her
ther dinner of last niatht was
M- Harry Whitney McVtc-
..f the suites of the Waldorf
II. r dinner was orlKntil In
.is .-lie choe anions her
. fspeeinlly noted for their
j ' .111 were Mr and Mrs. Jo-
st. en. Mis." Juliana Cut-
. . v- 1 tliv llvde. Miss An-
1 I'.rown. it'lchard I'rters,
" 1. 1 ' i ntuiiin. lCrlc Winston,
I t.: nKlaijsen and Hobert L.
r : . ..'hers were nsked after
" .t I) m.an cave a dinner for
n ' ; ie'. at her house, 3 East Sov.
- t.f followed hy dancing,
' , mi; people were asked.
' ) r. ner there were five tables
t- - . a pink roses, and nmons
' . iino Mr and Mrs. Samuel
" Mr and Mrs. A. Stewart
' ! 'ir.il Mrs. Arthur D.
W ; .mil Mrs , Stewart Har-
i , . Mr. I'lerre I.. Ilarbey,
r i t Mr- Herbert Shlpman, Mr.
m ., -rt'.lM I..-Incston. Mr. and
i . I- Madden .'r. ; Mr. and
H, t t I!. Pratt, Mr. and
V- r .t... Mr nnd Mrs. Charles
' P . i M ami Mrs. William M.
Mi .mil Mrs. K"nelm Wln-
i . .1 M's WllUrd S. Itrnwn,
V- m l.imi'i It. t'lews, .Mr. and
. I'.trsH'nld. Mr. nnd Mrs.
it ' l .-.Miw. Mr and Mrs. Ncw-
1 1 . n Mr and Mrs. Hobert
" ' p Mr and Mrs. J. I'- A.
' m ii. i Mrs nilsh.i Dyer, Mr.
' '' Wi'imm H. Dlnsmore. the
i iimlties fharles K, Samp-
i '. pi mi MncNelll Itodewald.
'vi came In for dancing
M si s Mamaret Andrews,
': i 'i Ir.inni" I'mmet, Dorothea
.r . ' tr, M..tis Mildred Hives, Mar
' - id vnsellca Hrnwn. Harriet
K.i'ber'.ne nnd Cornelia
r i II .pe Hamilton. Katherlne C.
t i . Miinrnn. Laura Swan,
I sind- Marsaret 'WaBstarT
r-th McCann; Marshall It.
i 'i l.c Km- Klnp, De Coursey
1 Uyrr.ill Hoffman, Jr., Will
". II "nan. William Baylls. ,lr.;
t. 1. 1 II, Victor I.oew, I.lneo
r-.-. v. rd A. Plummcr, Her
, Itr.bert W. Neeser. Stod
n.iii l--reilenck C. Inman,
I: m lander Stewnrt. .Jr.;
' - ',1. Itoehe, Cecil St. Ocorffe,
-wir', Jr.; nelUlns Jackson
! uiie.r dance was Riven hy
i.'rt Ciirroll nt her house, I
fourth street, for her
. eti a' several table which
iteil with pink Klllnrney
f' l e uuests Included tho Misses
M -!,.riie. Kllznheth Kendall,
Ural It.tn Hosletter. Knthcr-
'" h. te 'Inrdon Willis, Bstcllo
M..iv Uiooks, Frances and
''' - weiii. (.(inslnnce Williams,
'" M..H. I'annv de Groot Hnst
" 1 '"I lohnson, Helen Jonklns,
!'! . .... . fft-
' ' i l uoiiipson, r.iennor iaynu,
'ro ..,).. I Ovi.rton, Paulino Clarkson,
iiai' ,iiimi, ,mu k ,,...--
UUtl Mm, Mi.llor Vilellnn Tnwnsenil
.M.ii.so Abbot, MnrBrcta iieeK-
'' m ins Dorothy Manioc, Prlscllla
'''ill i 'died Dennis, Gwendolln Con
'l"n i i, Curson, Mary Colgate, Agnes
ton nnd Louise Cnappell; Fdwin
"uld Jr , AlRler n, Duke, E. Po-l
Jonrfl, iijnd O'Brian, Alexander M.
Orr. James Dunne I.lvlnRston, Jr
Frederick McDonald, Dr John A. Mr
Creery, John H. Marsh, t.lndell T
Hales, Henry V. 11. Darlington, Gilbert
S. H, Dirllnpton, Marcel Gourd, Francis
H Larkln, Item. H, Hunuet, Dr. Harold
!: H. P.ildee. William W. Phillips, F.d
ward Khlppen 2d, Oliver WnKstaff, .1
Norrls Thorne. W llrenton Wrlllnc,
Jr.; Charles II. Welling, Leonard T.
Wyeth, Thomas L. Johnson, Lewis A
Cotlln, Jr., W. Dudley Cnrlelon nnd
Guy K. Carleton.
After dinner there was general dan
cing for which others came nnd later
supper was served
Mrs. Henry W. Katon gave a theatre
party and supper for her daughters, the
Misses Florence. and Isabel Raton. She
took Iter guests to the Globe Theatre and
afterward to Sherry's for supper nnd
Mrs. Lyman Hhondes gave a small
dinner nt her house, 4S West Fifty
ninth street, for Miss .Vina ChUnlm .
her llnnce, Alvln Fntermyer, whose
wedding will be celebrated on Febru
SPHINXES DINE CYRUS CURTIS.
I'nhlUlirr finral of AilrrrlttlnK Men
Why the lions didn't cat Daniel, w.iy
Cyrus H, K. Curtis Is so successful n
publisher nnd why honest ndvertlslng
pays were nmong the secreLs revealed
at the dinner of the Sphinx Club
ndvertlslng hustlers--at the Wnldorf
Astoria last night. Mr. Curtis of tlit
Snturtlai Krening I'ott nnd the l.adlrx
Home Journal was the guest of honor
of the club, nnd about 250 members and
guests listened to brisk talks from him
nnd from a dozen other speakers.
The president of the club. Collin
Armstrong, was toastmaster. Tlii
guests with Mr. Cunls, who Is presi
dent of the Periodical Publisher. As
sociation,' were George W. Coleman,
president of the Associated Advertising
flubs of America , Pert M Moses, presi
dent of the Association of American
Advertisers; L. C McChesney, presl
dent of the dvertislng Maniuer.n As
poclatlon, W. H. tngersoll. president
of the Advertising Men's League. II. I
Hrldgman. chairman of the Publishers
Association of this city: William 11
Johns, chairman of the Association of
New York Advertising Affents; u. G.
Gould, presldnt of the Atla Club o
Chicago, James M. Dunlap. president
of the Chicago Advertising Association;
J. W. Adams, general manager of the
Dally Newspaper Association. Carol
Swan, president of the Pilgrim Pub
llclty Association of Ho-iton Hugh
O'Donnell. president of the Poor
Richard Club of Philadelphia. Richard
H. Waldo, president of the Qulon Club.
F L. F. Gauss, president of tho Itepre
scnUtlve.s Club. M. D Htinton, presi
dent of the Six Point League, and
Harry Tipper, president of the Tech.
nlcal Publicity Association. These were
WHAT SHALL HE WEAR ON HIKE T
(nllnr enlor Kiprclril tn IlulU at
Long Imnn Cloak.
The projected suffrage hike to Wash
ington presents a new problem noth
ing less than that of the costume for
masculine hikers The first of such
hikers has presented himself in com
pany wl'h his mother. Mrs. George
Wend of Albany
The entire Wend family were deeply
interested in the march to Albany, nnd
when thev read of the proposed tramp
to Washington Mrs. Wend and her old
est son who is a college senior, de.
fided to Join It. Col. Craft Is not ur
that the young man will not balk at
the long brown pilgrim's cloak which
the other hikers will wear wheil they
make their platform nnd social appear
ances. In that case some special har
monizing costume will have to be de
signed for him
Miss Delle Morgan, formerlv State
organizer of the Political Fquallty As
sociation. Intends to hike but Dr. Dock
has decided definitely not to go. She
mj1.' that enthusiasm will make n suf
fragist, but a hiker must have feet
MISSIONARIES ATTEND DINNER.
Home and Foreign Leader of Many
Denominations In Attendance.
A Joint dinner of home and foreign mis
sionary leaders was held at the Hotel Astor
at night In connection with the Forelm
Missions Conference, the Home Missions
Council, the Missionary F.dtication Move
u.ent and the Federal Council, which are In
sc-sion in this city Those present included
the foremost men In th" Protectant mis
sionary endeavors of Vorth America These
Include not onlv the well known bodies like
I'resbyterinn. Hnptlst nnd others repre
sented In New Vork but the les well known
ones like the l)ieple of Christ I lie 1 lilted
I'reshvterillll. the I'lllted llietlireli Hie
Free Methodist, i he (junkers of the orthodox
wnvnf iliinkinv and the llnpttst, Methodist
and Presbyterian bodies of the South
Theltev Or- Arthur.1 Brown. A V llnl
ev, Henry 1. Morehouse, I .S MU'asli,
Hobert F, Pretlow. Ilishnn Lambert of the
Moiavlans, the Itev. Dr Charles 1, Thomp
son, the Itev Dr Hubert (' Herring, the
Itev. Dr H H. Gross and many others took
part in the debutes yesterday and attended
the dinner last night
Dr Shniler Matthews of Chlengn I nl
versity was the principal speaker and called
attention to the numerous little things that
divided the Christian Church.
"Tim Church Is not concerned with the
little accidental activities," said Dr Mat
thews, "It cannot cure our many social
problems with motion picture, dance nnd
basketball games, 't he task of the Church
to-day is something more thnn a home task,
it Is a world task Wheroverlyou And prog
res roil find I lie social (piestlon. Wherever
von 'And industrialism you find tin. great
torces of labor and capital battling, ihe
same questions are all over the uorld
otra of the Social World.
A dinner dance will be given to-night
at Sherry' by member of the Motor ( ar
Touring Society, of which Albert Eugene
Gallatin is ptesldent. Dinner will be served
it, the h.rgn ballroom and the dance will
follow Id the smaller room.
Mrs Stephen H I. J'ell will give a dinner
and theatre party to-night for Miss Anna
Mrs Clough C Overton will give to-night
a theatre patty and dance for her daughter.
Mis Margaret Overton
Mrs Francis O. Barlow will entertain
the 'Ihursday livening Club to-morrow
night at the Gotham
Mrs. A F T.aulerbach willl give a recep
tion with dancing on the night of January
28 and an afternoon reception on February I.
Mrs Henri Phlpps gave an informal
reception yesterday afternoon at her house,
1083 Fifth avenue,
A subscription dance, organized hy
liobert Ii, Minis, John It Ogden, Arthur
Jlyle. W, Lanier Washington and Dudley
Olcott ?d will be given at Delmonlco's
on January :i.
Miss Katharine Moore, daughter of Mr.
Henry Boynton Moore, has returned from
a vllt to Detroit to MS Seventh avenue.
Mrs. John Ogden and har daughter
Miss Ruth, of 43 Fast Fifty-eighth street,
left yetterday for Atlantic City to remain
In the Church of the Incarnation eter
dav afternoon Miss Muriel Barrett, dauvhter
of Mre. and Mrs Walter Barrett of .south
well. Nottingham. Kugland. was married
to Dr (Unai M Wilson of Ottawa, Canada,
the Itev Dr Howard C Bobbin, rector of
the church, officiating Only relatives and
a few intimate friends weie present for the
The bnde wore a costume of mauve satin
nnd chifTon with a hat to iiinteh. trimmed :
with ostrich plumes of the same shade
She carried a boiuiuet of pink carnations
Mrs Kathleen Johnson of Winnipeg. Canada
flster of the bride, was the only attendant
She wore a costume of black velvet with a
hat to match and carried pinl. lose Dr
Frederic Wise of this city was the best
After the ceremony there was n small
reception at the Hotel Seville Dr a'ld
Mrs Wilson later ltt fur Mlantle ( itv
They will live in Ottawa
Seaman Not man.
The wedding of Mrs Josephine N Not
mnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry 1
Richardson, to Joseph 11 Seaman of Brook
lyn, took place yesterday afternoon at
the home of her patents, l West llft.v-t
second stieet, the Rev S. II. MfConnell of
Philadelphia oflhiatlng On at count of
muuruiiu' In the bridegroom's family the
ceremony was celebrated uuietlv. onlv
relatives md a few Intimate friends being
present ihere weie no bridal attendants
William A Read aited as best man
After the leremonv there was a small
reieptlon and Mr and Mrs .seaman leli
later for a short .southern trip I hey will
il lent n'i FaM Sevcntv-secomt street
Sailing to-day by the HamhurK-Amer-Ican
liner Vlctorli Lulse, on a cruise to
the West Ind.s and the Panama Canal;
W S. Patenmn (irorgn II. MnlTM
.luilge WUfrril Hol.tcr Mr. nd Mrs I . II
Mr nnd Mm V II Praii
Cnrrr Or I) M Htlmunn
rapt. A. her Curli. Mr and Mrs Tounsend
Mr and Mrs K It !. Treartway
L'nudert Col. and Mrs Throilnre
Hobert S Vthret R. Wleilershrlm
Dr. I), Ii. Itlllot Mr. and Mrs. Ilnwnrrt
Ur. and Mrs. A II C U alien
Arrivals by the White Star liner Ccdrlc,
from Liverpool :
Sir Andrew II Ann- Capt f'.ll. II. JolUlle
strung II Stephenson
Ixirrt liasll Blackwood Juihrii William II Van
Malor and Mr. I'. M. drrbireh
Passengers by the United Fruit steam
ship Almlrante, for Jnmalra, Colon and
Santa Mnrta :
Mr and Mrs. .1. Krrd Warrfn I.rland
Cowperlhwalle fir Jnsrph I' t.alrd
Mr. and Mra. Chalmers Mr and Mrs. II Clay
J Hamilton Davidson
la Mrrr York To-d.
National Association of Hont nnd Shoe
Manufacturers, annual convention, Waldorf-Astoria,
10 A. M.. dllinei. 7 P. M
Discussion of prnpo'cd iiinnndments to
tenement house law, Clt.v Club, S P M.
Kordhnm Alumni Association, annual
dinner, Oelmonlco's, 7 P. M
Lecture hy Franklin Price Knott on
artistic color photography, Columbia lTul
voislty, 4:10 P. M.
Motor Accessory Manufacturers Asso
ciation, dinner, Waldorf-Astoria, 7 P M
Finance Forum, discussion of life Insur
ance, West Side Y M. C. A., ft P. M.
Heceptlon to Capt. Amundsen, Collego of
the City of New York, H P. M.
American Manufacturers llxport Asso
elation, luncheon, Machinery Club, 60
Church street, noon.
Conference of societies for the aid of the
blind. United Charities Building. 3 P. M
Women's Political Union, suffrage meet
ing, Colony Club, 3 :30 p. M. i
Address by Canon William Sheafe Cham
on "New York's Social Problems." Hrown I
University Club. 41 West Forty-fourth i
street, 8 P. M. I
Color conference, Sherry's, P. M.
SuttsttJ ty Sir John Mtllais'i painting.
MRS. HASKELL'S LUNCHEON.
Kntrrtntn nt sherrr'a tor Her
DniiKliler. .Mia Hers- llnakrll.
Mr. .1 ,mnrv H.ik.. cave a I.iih ii on
nt Mierrv s vcsterilav lor her daughter
Miss Marv Haskell The Cllests weie Si 1 1 ii,
of i In. debuiante of tin and las' caf,,
There were five tables decorated w. Ill
pink sweet pi ami the luncheon favors
were eorlg hollo.net of these flowers
mong the guests were the Misses l.ninse
Chnptil, Vtine Moore. I.ila Gilbert, Justine
lligersnll. Nathalie Slri.iiui. Agnes Fowler
Anna Kobinson lluth sdam, F.mlho Werle
mann Margaret strong, Lois Hall, Dorothv
Manlie. Leslie Morris, Louise Flint, Thelma
Van Marcke (2),
Vlulett, Ruth Hiker, Helen Johnton, Julia
Cheney, Frederica Prentiss, France Weth
erlll, lluth Flske, Catherine Sntterlee, Allre
and Ldith Pvne, Margaret Herilck, Lily
Holier! sou, Louise Clarke, Margaret Sloane,
Doriilhv and Sally al'arker, Amy Hradlsh
Johnson, t'rllng Sibley. Dorothy and Hosa
inond Sherman K.itherine snmis, Mary
Bowels, l.le.mor Mifarter. Ruth Moller.
Caroline Murray. Louisa Johnson, Frances
and Caroline Wveth, Charlotte Gilder,
Mary Hmsell V,eva Fischer and Anno
Color Conference To-nlarht.
ndr,i de Fououleres will give a color
conference to-night at Sherrv's on "Paris,
Old and New," hi conjunction with Mrs
(race ndersnn and Miss Kara Ocrach M.
de Fououleres will kIvc on the atternoon of
laniiarv :i at the Plaa. a conference on
"The Old Songs of Trance." which will be
interpreted bv Fdmond Clement
"An Extraordinary Art Event"
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
ON FREE VIEW DAILY 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M
SPECIAL EVENING VIEW
FRIDAY OF THIS WEEK
from 8 until 10 o'clock
The Highly Important Collection of
Foreign and American Masters
Emerson McMillin, Esq.
To be sold at Unrestricted Public Sale
In the Grand Ball Room of The Plaza
Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street
rimtilnn bj card In br had fr of Ihs manairrn.)
Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday & Thursday
Evenings of Next Week, Jan. 20, 21, 22 & 23,
beginning each evening at 8:15 o'clock.
A profusely Illustrated catalogue (limited edition) will be mailed
to applicants, postpaid, on receipt of $US
The Sale will be conducted by
MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY,
The American Art Association,
4 ind 6 East 23d Street, Madison Square South,
TAFTS RECEIVE THE JUDICIARY.
.Moat Ceremnnlou of Fnnrllon at
White Home la llld.
Washington, Jan. 14. An evening
reception was given to-night by Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft to tho Judiciary.
This Is the most ceremonious of nil the
evening functions In the Kxecutlvc mnn
sloti. The first to greet the President nnd
Mrs. THft tn-nlght were the Chief Justice
i and Mm. Kdward D White, the other
I Justices nnd their wives following Itn
j mediately Hfter them.
, In the Hlue room with President ntid
iMrs. Taft nnd members of the Ciililimt
i circle wns Mis. Grover Cleveland She
whs nccompnnled by her llnncee. Prof.
I'rcMon, and hy her daughter. Miss l.sther
Samuel D Carkendall.
Samuel D. Coykendall, president of
railroad and steamship companies, died
yesterday at hi home nt o Chestnut street,
Kingston, He was born In Wantage, S J.,
In ls.1i At the start of the civil war he en
listed and was soon assigned to the staff
of Major-Oeii. Hanks He reorganised
the commissary and received prnlso from
hi commanding officer The war at an end,
he married Mnry Augusta Cornell, the
I daughter of Thomas Cornell With his
father-ln-Isw Mr, Coykenilall rormeu tne
towing business now known under the name
of the Cornell Steamboat Company. He
became president of the Ulster and Dela
ware Railroad Company and the First
National Hank of Hondout. Mr Coykendall
was a member of tho Union league, tho
Metropolitan, the Republican and F.n
gineers clubs, the Holland Society, the
Sons of the Revolution and the St. Nicholas
Society He wns a trustee of Vassnr. Hn
is survived by his wife and seven children.
Frederick Bocaen, who Joined theTwenty
fhlnl tleulmenl when it was organized in
! is and served with it tn the civil war.
died on Monday at hi home, 1101 Park
place.. Brooklyn, In his seventy-seventh
year He was born In Copenhagen. Den
mark, and of late years was connected
Tilth the Title Guarantee and Trust Com
pany He was formerly a member of the
1 nlon League Club. Ills wire and a daugh
ter survive him.
Mra. Marararet A. HeterteU.
Mrs. Margaret Anne Hetenrk, formerly of
Montclalr, N.J., died at the home of her
sister. Mrs.MaryStevenaon.in Georgetown,
Ohio, on Sunday, January 12. She wn
the widow of A. B. Heterick, M. V . and
the daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Elijah
(1. Holton. She was born In Chllllcothe,
Ohio. In 1859. Three grandchildren, Mary
Siegfried (Mrs. Henry K.i Hannah, Fred
erick H Siegfried and I.aurnnce H.
Siegfried, and a niece, Grace Wilson iMrs.
W I Lincoln) Adam, and three great
grandchildren survive her
Clara Llpmam Wlaa a Point.
Supreme Court Justice Greetibau'ii over
ruled yesterday a demurrer by Werba A
Luescher. theatrical ruanagera, to a suit
by Clara Llpman, wife of louls Mann, for
breach of contract. The contract provided
that Miss Llpman was to star in "It De
pend on the Woman" and If that failed she
wa to have another star role, so that she
would have at least ten weeks employment.
The court found that the defendants had
failed to produce "It Depends on the
Woman" or give Miss Llpman a part In
At VlraTlnla Hot Sprtnar.
Hot Spuing", Va., Jan. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
William M De I'eyster of New York, who
are on their honeymoon at the Homestead
before going on to Palm Beach, spent tho
afternoon driving, ns did Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Bach of New "tork. who will leave the
springs shortly for a Kuropean trip. .They,
with Mr and Mrs J C d er. and Mrs.
Allied Scheffer of New ork visited the
Ciiscndes, walking tho mile through the
gorge from the upper to the lower Cascades.
Lent Se-rrlna: Class Meetings.
Meetings of the annual sewing olass in
aid of the Nursery and Child's Hospital
will be held on Friday during Lent, the first
at the house of Mrs. William M Klngsland,
10M Fifth avenue, on Februarv 7 from 11
to 1 The subsequent meetings will be
held at the homes of Mrs. William Barbour,
Mrs John I oon, .iirs.narry is mngsiey,
Mrs. Henry Mills Day and Mrs. George
Church, F. S. (3)
Chapman, J. L.
Homer Martin (4),
Rix, Julian (2),
Ryder, C. F.
Davis, C. H.
Inneu, Jr. (2),
Moran, T. (4),
Eaton, C. W.
iYALE PROM DANCED;
OVER 1,500 GUESTS
Armory Mmlo Info Plorontine
(Janlen for Collcfro's Hie
MANY FROM NEW VORK
Pink, Whitp, Blue am! Rrd
Hoses Doniinntfl thn Schume
Nrw Haven, Jan. 14. The Tale Junior
promenade, th blKRpat social frUs "f
th colleKo course wan danced at lh
fcennd Ttcftlment Armory hero tn-nlBht
with upward of 1,600 (tucnts pattlcl
Pitting. Tho ballroom was dpcoratori In novrl
faolilon, tho Yaln Juniors, who wcri tin
hosts, havInK transformed tho blc barn
like structure Into a Florentine gar
den. Thousands of yards of huntlni; of
the soft pastel shades of pink, whit
and bluo were used ns ft background,
and against this were arrimsed , ooo
electric light hulbs embedded In pink,
white, and red roses, which were fin
tooned all about the. hall.
There was a programme of thirty-six
dances and six extras, nnd the souvenir
dance orders were of blue calfskin with
a gold seal on the cover, the Interior
cleverly arranged as a picture fr.ime
Among tho guesm from New York
and vicinity were:
Mrs. Qeorgn n. Cortelyou. Miss Grace
Cortelyou, Mrs. W. A. Ransom. Miss
Jennie Knowles. Mrs. George W
Chauncey, Brooklm; Mrs. II II.
Ketcham. nrookl"n: Mrs. W. J. Schlef
felln. Mr.i. Mason Smith, Mrs. Herbert
A. Weeks, Miss Helen Hunt. Mlsi
Katherlne Ketchnm, Brooklyn; Mls-
Votilettl I'roctnr, Miss Marjorlo Weeks,
Mrs. 15. H. Peaalee, Miss Agnes C. riaf
lln, Mrs. Thoman Armstrong King, Miss
Geraldlne Nelson, Miss Helen Rlord.in,
Miss Helen Jenkins, Stlss Lucy Lord,
Miss Catherine Mumford, Brooklyn
Mrs. Frederick Brooks, Mra. .) W. Hill,
Mrs. G. B. Thelps. Miss Anna Ballnrd,
Miss Mao H. Brooks, Miss Klsle Von
Bergen. Miss Alice Williams. Mrs. J. F
Douglas, Mrs. A. 13. Dohse, Miss Kls.i
Dohse, Miss Harriet Lumnils, Mrs.
Frederick Gorkln, Miss Florence Ger
kin, Mrs. Nelson T. Shields, Mrs.
Charles Snyder, Miss Marguerite Sohne
fer, Miss Josephine Wolls, Mrs. Charles
I j. Baushor. Miss Isahelle Dunlap, MK"i
Jessie Hopkins. Brooklni; Miss Hazel
Hutchinson. Brooklyn; Miss Kathcrln.i
Curtis, Brooklyn: Miss Katherlnn
Moore. Miss Vera Van Buren, Mrs. W.
H. Hitchcock, Miss Ada Hitchcock. Mrr.
Joseph Walker, Jr.; Miss Ruth Calen
der. Brooklyn: Miss Henrlctte a. Pot,
Mrf. W. F. Potter. Miss Cornulln Mc
Laughlin, Miss Dorothy Guyon, Brook
lyn; Miss Mildred Holmes, Miss Con
stance McCall, Miss Klleen Malloy,
Miss Jeannette Reld, Mrs. B. B. Bryan.
Mrs. G. W. Chauncey, Brooklyn, Mr
F. W. Foos, Miss Gertrude Koos, Mrs.
Hill, Mrs. A. C. Ketcham, Mr. Kdntn
Thorne, Miss Evelyn Brown, Miss Knth
erine Fitch, Miss Hazel Lapentz, Miss
erlne Fttch, Miss Hazel Lupcntz.
RARE AMERICANA TO BE SOLD.
Collection of Kdward 3T. Crane Will
Re Auctioned at nichmond'a.
The Richmond Company is arrancun
a book sale of (treat Importance ulnoli will
take place about the end or .Mnnli It l.
the llbrnrv termed br the late Kdnnril V
Crane of Newark, which Ii o rich in Aineii
cana that the sale promises to make Hutorv
The items cover the whole period .
American history t)n of the earliest plecin
In point of ohronoloKy and rarest in priee
l the letter of Clirlftopher Cnliiinbua,
whloh ! printed In Home in HOT. mi
nounclng his discoveries It a prw'iilei.
to the Aetor Library In 172 by Willl.iii'
Waklorf Astor and afterward sold, hi
another copy happened to be in the l.eno
addition. There are very few copies In
existence and all are located
Then there la the flar set, edited by
T.evlnua Mulalus, recording a large i,n.J;
of early voyages illustrated by quaint nnc
beautifully executed copper plate II in
chides the rare sixteenth part, which doe
not appear In the check list of rarities of
the Church Library.
The folio Hakluyt of isss In this eolle
Hon Is not only a splendid copy hut i on
tains a brilliant Impression of the map
of which not more than a dozen are know n
There Is also a copy of the 1S9S edition
"The Lives of the Buccaneers of A niern,
184. contains all the parts and is In ami
shape. There are five editions or Cluin
plain's Voyages, ranging from ll to li'
two in the original vellum.
S!AfA .VOTMAJ,'. On Tuesday .tanmr
14, by the Itev. S. D. McConncll t H
JnMphlns Richardson NotnMti ri.'ic'
of Mr. and Mri. Henry T Itlrh.urNo"
Jo.eph H. Seaman.
nnilOE Fllliaheth Wemeke. Mdiw
William Berge, suddenly afte- h".
Illnea.. nn Tuerday, January 14. a' h
reililence. !0 Went Knil avenue
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ni'THET January tl, Paul Burhet, t?
Funeral will be held from "TttT,
Ff.VERAI. OIIURCH." :4I Wen! :JC.
Mreet IKrank E I'amphell Ttutlrtlns
COYKKNUAIJ. At Klnatton. N V, Tuea
ilay. January 14. 1913. Samuel Deckee-
Coykendall, In hie 7th eai
Funeral from family re.lttenvf. " We
Ohentnut elrret, Thursday at 1.30 P.
M Inuiment prlate
KrtASCtt.--On Tueeday, Januari 14. 111
ni Morrlatown, N. J . Anna M. Traj.r
widow of linoiao H. Fraacr, and danh!ei
of thn late Hanson K. Cornlna
Notice nf funeral hereafter
NKI.KO.V Cornelia Seymour, widow
Tlioma. Nelson, In her "th vr
Funeral at her late residence. 1:31 Ton
elant axenue, I'ekklll, N Y. on .tan
nary 1. : r M
VOI'K At Itn.elle, N J, Sunday. Januan
IS. 1913, Mary Trotter, wife at Albert
Funeral service, at her late residence, 411
Chentnut street, Hoselle, N J on
Wednesday afternoon, January 11. at
prEtllirNP Allc llolnie Srhteffelln. sud
ilenly of pneumonia, Tuesdav moTninf,
January 14, at lintel t.oonorl. In
7Sth year of her Kt. lf of 'he tv
Hussell Htehblns and daushter of Co
Ute Samuel Tlridhurst richleffelln
Funeral serxlces will bn bctd on Thurs.
day, January Is. at ! V M , In 'he
Uliapel of Ihe Fifth Avcnun IT oy
WMtNHIt Suddenly. January U. at !
nolU Villa, Auiil, la., I. D" Ver War
ner of Hrtditeport, Conn , In hlJ Ji'il
Funeral services will be held at hl
rcsldenc, Drldaeport, Conn. Wcdnes.tn
January IS, St 1 A M Interment
FMHK E. CAMPIELL
341 W. 334