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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913.
At the American Art Galleries
OF GREAT INTEREST i
Madison Square South, New York ,
To-night at 8:15
By order of The GIRARD TRUST COMPANY of V
The Conor-Wood Collection
Old and Modern Paintings
This Afternoon at 2:30
Concluding Session of
The Dr. Berl Collection
To-morrow (Thurs.), Friday & Saturday Aftcr'ns
The Beautiful Collection
Formed by the Connoisseur
Dr. Pleasant Hunter
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL b P. M.
The Sales will fee conducted by
Orlipnlt and .1 ulin ('ulp
i.ivr Kocifals of High
Order of Merit.
fiplnitantrs nnd Others Seen in
Toses nt Mrs. Orino
BKXBFfT A BIO srCfESS
ji!M'TIC IN maiYEKY
(.'iiiinl Arlisl (Jives Retlor
lieiiioiiMrjilioii Than a(
llct First Appoarnnce.
I'icliircs Shown, Unndsonieiy
Framed, in BHllroom of
V i. musical rtt'tH whose field
it 1 e 'ii'iip elect to appear on the sam
, ntfli at different Iioiith nnd In
, i ,i -m, tlnn Is ;i temptation
I,, rr f tn'o ermip irlon, for the slm-.-
'ti that these seem to have been
i a n.ed Hill comparison In not
. , t ' cistu. t'siully It rosohes It
, ' ' nn Infinite decimal tind no con
ti . he. reached. The Interprcta-
,.!. ,;,r cry rarely be said to
, t ,e tln.il .tnnditril of Interpretation,
'.-w rt'afi within the work to be in
...rfr.id and In ceneral Is an Ideal,
fs ifen ltnattalncri.
Theie are still other reasons for re
i trlrc to be, led Into comparison, and
en f f 'ho most pungent Is that we are
all prrmo to oak for th best and neglect
fh neat beet thiutrh that, too, may
be of s. htch value, A sain een where
t-r.ral merit may bo unequal a be
tween two nrtlstp, one may possees
i harm which the other lacks and both
r-.tir fairly claim the enthusiastic ap-rroNC-lnn
of the public.
Knr such reasons as the It bcome
rhotly unnecessary to ast Elena Ger
hard'. be?l&r or ever against Julia Oulp,
dispUs th fact that the former irava
a eong recital yesterday afternoon la
.Vo'.'jui Hall and th latter another In
the evenlne In Cameftbs Hall. Thera
wa a plenty of beauty In both enter
'laments and each artist published an
in'.ere.Minc personality and admlrablt
When Miss Gerharflt first heard
rse attention was Inei.1ta.bly drawn to
th fact that the quality of her voice
And the manner of her delivery of it set
rtaln limitations on her art and that
was only Infrequently led to over
i.'pn them. Tn order to make pro
tanns not too narrow In ranee of
ntlment Miss Gerhardt someUmes
r vavo eonjr"! which demand a morn pas-
enate utterance than her voice and
vt meet with perfect success. There
Mrrn some f-ongs of this type on her
ri esterrlay afternoon and In them Ir
regularities of her eeale and laborious
iT'athlnc were brought to notice. In
iikh bortcr milted to her powers she
. am; with extraordinary loveliness of
'one, with faultless smoothness and with
In Schumann's "Wer mnchte dlch so
krank" and "Alte Laute" in his "Sand
mmn," his "Mnndnacht" and his "Knrt
I'Kerln," the last of which was one of
ihn striking features of her first re-
'nl here, and In some of the liratims
ii'itnhem of yesterdays programme Miss
i.erharrit tvhj heard at her best. I'os-
hlv thern was not the greatest unction
n the humor of tho "Sandmann," but
delivery was exquisitely delicate In
phraf-o, accent nnd beauty of tone. Her
curst level In dramatic coloring was
fii'-liil In the "Kartlegerln."
Th f-'lngf-r was Induced by her andt
nc to rept'at several of hr songs and
of course to add some extra numbers.
R was assisted by F.rlch Wolf, who
iMd not Wen heard here before as an
air ornpanlst, though not unknown as a
.omtofr. Ills share In the concert
wai most almjra'bl FTlne insight.
prf-t sympathy, strong musical In-
tititlons and intlllgence were Joined ,
l'h a dehcate and dellneatlre piano
Mm Culp's programme embraced a
-rgr number of composer. than Mls
On.'hardt'a, which was composed of
on by Sonubcrt, Schumann and
ftra.hms The singer from Holland of-.'.-ed
son;s by IJeethoven, Tschalkow
tVy. I.lzt, Lowe, Jensen and Hugo
ITo'f Texts ranged through German,
i nn.'ih. French and Italian, ind It
mav b said here that the singer was
a liomn In all of them and Hint her
enunciation was a continual delight.
Te recital of last evening disclosed
om qualltle-a of Mnie. Culp's art which
nr.. not fully revealed at her previous
intT'a'nment. Then It seemed as If
.".. ranse of expression was narrow
and -.er command of tonal color not
ars-. Hut Fhe completely overset such
mnre'S'oris In her first number List
"n rig Tills was Beethoven's "Ade-
a!d. nnd Mme. Oulp poured Into It
u ii a wealth of emotional tender
ne? and eloquence, such a rich stream
of color and such a beauty of dramatic
rieiamat!un as to settle beyond question
hr status as a lleder Mingcr of the
?" rank, one of the few really treat
;ne this public has been prlvitedged to
remained on her high level In her
'Ingly tender delivery of the same
ornp.)sr's "Faithful Johnnie." She
s.ng Lowe's setting of "Der Asra" and
"h atlnfleil even hearers who have
'air.iil to lovo Itulilnsteln's beautiful
atnint of the pains text. Then she
save Lowe's "Muilchen slnde wle der
iv nd a song not familiar to local con-tf:-fftr
but a gem of the first water,
le'iclnus bit of arch humor and play
f" sa'lre. Mine. Culp sang It superbly,
a wonderful command of enuncla
' n and tone tint. The audience com
p .il her to repeat It. She sang the
"Uihalkowsky songs In French and
nothtnTr could have excelled the Intense
'ne she put Into the closing lines
e 'he second, "Pendant le Bal:"
"Rettt c l'amour, r l'lirnore?
llJi out, c dolt rr 1'amour."
So too, In Jensen'. setting of "Wal
d(;eprach" she opened the treasury
"f her tone color and made marvellous
effects with her treatment of such
phrases of "Du kennst mlch wohl" In
w leh she utilized the white tint with
pplendld results. Throughout the re-
'tn! her technic was such as to excite
'in warmest admiration, for she showed
i"li mastery of voice placing, breathing
and nuanco as to furnish tn all hearers
lerson In the possibilities of pure
fn the whole yesterday was a day
tn be remembered In the records of a
remarkably busy musical season. For
oue thing the art of such singers as
'hese two Is In Itself a demonstration of
Uio justice of a belief which has been
i-lrmiy forming In some minds here
iliut Ideal of vocal art are undergoing
reformation In tho lands In which
Herman and allied tongues, are spoken.
Because of thla tbsra ahould be much
The Ice Man and
THE OPERA NEXT WEEK.
WoU-Ferrarl'a Dnnnr rarli,r"
t Be RrvlTed Next AVrpk, ,
General Manager (ilulio C.attl-fso7?a
ill rerlre Wolf-Ferrari's "I.n Unnnel
Curloe" on Wednesday evenuic of neM I
week at the Metropolitan Opera Unlike
'Ihe cat will Include (leralibn I'arnir
Mines .Alton, I'ornla and Munhoiirc nnd
Mers. Macne?. Scottl, IMdnr. I)e Secmoln.
I'inl-t orsi and Hjda. Mr. I'oenini
"I Oloconda will be Kivrn on Mond.iv
evenini: with Mme ne.tinn, llimur nn i
Knclicne and Mer Caruso, iiuto. I"
Securola, Iteaeliisliati and Hrcie, Mi
"lle Walkilre. the vei ond perfornnnee
of the afternoon Itine erle, will lie civen
Thursday of next week, beginning at 1 n
1' M , with Mme Freinliidl iioifuiiK.
(iadkisrMn'uWe. .M.itenaur-r. .Si.arfte. .
Allen, CmtK I'ornla, lluchene. Mmtfeld.
Robeon, Mulford and Mattfeld hiiiI Mer
lluirian, (Iriswold and liiiy-dael Mr
Hertz will cunduet.
"TheTalesnf Hoffmann" will he theThur
day evrning performance, with Mme
llerapel, Hori. Dnrhene and Maiilium
and Messrs. Macne. (iillv, Roihier. Uidnr.
lie hemirolu, ltels. K'. H nlj. Kuysdael,
lleifiie and AnanlHn Mr I'olaceo will
.Maenet's "Manon" will be sum on
Friday evening of next week liy Sera Id. ne
Farmr, Mtneq Spatkes, Maiihoure ami
Uuchene and Messrs. 'arup, (Itllv, Holhier.
lie Sesurola. Items. Ananlun. Ile.cldiiliuii
and Hegue. Arturo 'J'oearlni will!
'Tristan und Isolde" will be neit week'
Haturduy matinee opera, when ili new
WuKnerlan tenor laviiurs I'rlu mil ntul.e
liHilebut, and Mr Amuto will fux l'nr u
for the tlrnt time In e eral eHon. Mine.
Cadski will be lnnlJt anil Mine. Ilornei
Hianuama Other In the mil will tie
Mers. Wltherspooti. Hiinlmn mid Mur
phv. Mr. Toscanlnl will conduct.
"fja ltohemn" will be next week's popular
price .Saturday nltrht performance, with
Mines Aid and Alten and Me-rt. Martin,
rtrnttl, Itothier, Kossl, lmi-('or"l. utll-it
and Aliaulun Mr Stiiiaiu will condui t.
John MrConnack, Ilie lrlh tenor, Mines.
Spurkes and Homer and Mr. Illushaw will
sinK at next Sunduv eenliur'e "Opeia
Concert " Mr Stuianl will direct the in
"Die Meisterslnger" will be atlveii at the
Brooklyn Academy of Muslo next 'lue-ilny
venlng, when Ihe cast will Include .Mines,
(ladnkl and Mattfeld and Mc-oir. .lorn,
hews, tillers, Cnritz, Mtlieripoon, Hin
ahaw, f'lnl-Coisi and Miltplu' Alfieil
Hertz will conduct.
Cliarpetitler'H "l.onlse" will lie iflven at
the .Metropolitan Opera lloiue liy ilie
I'lilladelphla-i'liicago Opera Company lieu
Tuesday evening, February 4, with Muiy
(iarden In the title role. Mine llerut lis Hie
.Under, Mr Dalinuret as ,iina anil .Mi
Dnfranne as the I'nthrr Ilie iu-i will
ulo luclnile forty oilier prim ip.il
Cleofonte Cniiiiujiiiil will innilint.
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
Mr. and Mrs. W, K. anilrrlilll
I,ea'e for Vir VorL,
Hot Hfrinrs, Va., .Inn. 'JS -Mr and
Mrs. William K. Vanderliilt, who lino
been at Hot fiprliiKs for til" last two
weeks, left for New York last inyht In
their pllvate car Idle iliiui', taklim with
them Mr. and Mrs. Sjinuel Hlevens Sands
of New Ttirk, who hae lieen their Kiieta
ivlll gu early In Felii'inrtri
Mr and Mm Fiedeilcfc
' pteccded theni .lllflT
is. W. K Viiitdeihilt wlSJ
Iloth faiiilli-a win i;u early in i-vnru.ii
to Allien, whcire
where Mr. and Ml
etay until they sail fur lluiope in .!aiH,t
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonpli H. Seaniaiis or
New York, who have lieu apeudiiiK their
honeymoon heie, left lat iiIhIii for Wash
tnKton. Late arrivals at the Homestead Imlinle
Mr. and Mrs, A. O. Hrnsit of New Ymk;
nrauvllle A. peale of Whltestone, L. I. ;
and Mrs. If, S. Footc of Slum Hills.
Frlla Welnararlner Co men Here,
Felix WclnKnrtner, ex-dlrcclor of tho
Itoyal Opera In Vienna, arrived yester
day by tho North Herman Lloyd liner
KronprlnzeHHln Cecellle, Lucille Mar
cell, tha soprano, jas also alumni the
ship nnd this pave an Impression Hint
tlie director and the soprano were Kit
ing to be, or worn married, Hho suld
that there was no trood basla for thu
impression. Why could not artists
travel on the same ship, just an they
mlcht put up at the same hotel, with
out creating; rumors of marrlasa?
the Coal Man: "Shake!
.feeeh larke anrt Bayard
Ilndae re lo lnrr..
Mr and Mrs. IMnln Sprngue Mnrston
of 22 IJast Klfty-slxtb street announced
esterday the engap-'meiit of their
tlaunhter. Mlts IMna Marston. tn Oscm-
Meeeh r;urle. son nf Mr and Mrs. F. !.
I'.urko of this city Ml Marston Is
tlebutnnte of this' winter. No date has
I n set for tlie wedtlln lenni lames
Tlie . riaKeiuent lias li,-n announced Amonu them were the Mlses Mar
! of .Mb- Maiv F.ll-s. elilest daiiKl.ter of K"r"1 Stron. Katherlne Selieimer-
tne It-v In nnd Mrs Howard Hllss, ,'"r"' Mn,'' "kel. Ilrtlth Hiker. Helen
f to Havard Imdye a sun of Mt and Mis .HI". Louise Chiippell. Hl..anor T.iwn-
Cl. velaml II Doilt'e, of thW t it The "'",, Mildred Dentil. Helen llrailliui st
p.irMits tf Mis"i l!1ls are tmw in IVirut.
, S i m. where her fath.-r H a mi-.Mon.r
st' is a undent as Vak.ir Mr I lodge
i imw In lil senior ,ear at the Fnloti
i 'I''" "li;U ;il Seminary, lie w.is r.ul-
I '-'te'l n "in rtlnceton in 9" III
W . tin ,1,1;
w ill In all proh.-ili ln v
1 tills summer.
nrkf lie na ril.
Ilie weilduii; of Mls Kalii.ti i.e l.n
I l!e until, daughter of Mist (ieoru-e W
liein.inl. to .lames Joseph llurke of tins
I'y. took place In St AtflieV Clu.rcli
vesterdav morning, the Ke lllchard .1 J
Keefe nf title Plains ofl'.i l.lllllg Tile
llev .Mur Mooney eelebrited a nuptial
in.is- iifier I'le ui.irnae cereinunt
Til" hrlile entered Hie I lllircll with lier
brother, lieorge llevicinl Sue wore n
gown of white aliii trliniued with point
lit i e. nl-o a ell of ilie sHiue I u e held In h
ln-'er of orange lilo--i,in. nnd .irrie,l a
oiMi'iiiei of vvtit'e on Inds and lilies of the
ta Muik-iiie' I. licviiard.si-ter il Hie
Ijrnle, w" Hie in. nd of honor Her co-.
iiime w- of pl pink i lutloti and saiin '
Ihe oilier Hllenil.ints Wele .Mr Iteollie (
lleilcird. Ilie Misses Oelieyjeve llllller.
Msv Hut lie and lessle Miaiikiimp I'liey .
.ill wore insliinies of pale ureen elunoll
over palest pink Hin and lials of p.ile green
straw tninineil with iilnk lull.,. hey car
lied Kllliirnev rues and hhes of the valley ,
Thomas llurke was Ins l.rol Iit's best
iiihii and the uliers were William Key '
naril, Luke llurke, Walter I'lynii and lr 1
.liter A Itevnurd After the ceremony i
there was a reception and wedding break
last in the I'tuplre suite of the Hotel Kmck-
eibocker Mr mid Mrs. llurke will sail n auction bridge was held in Ilie ball
for a trip In Ihe Nile to-morrow on Hie I room of the Hotel (ioitintn yesterday after
Camilla noun for Hie benefit of the New Windsor
Fresh Air Soclei) The money ohtuiued
I'kmiI'KNk, Jun. IS - HeoiRe IVaLoJy dren shelter il No Uiudsor on the llud
il.inliicr, ,Ii , of Huston, and Miss Hose i sou diirlnn Hie w.trin weather.
I', ilriisvcnor. third d.iuithter of .Mrs. I There weie ihlny tables lor Ihe players
Willi. lilt I llo.seuot of lilts clt. Weie llldf- I and lilllllV nilrui live pn.es were HHlirie,
in n iii .louii s i.pisiop.ii i nillcn in
noon io-ii. i- ttie in me was accouipaitleii
h her brother, William riiosenor, who
K.tc her away. She was attended b
Miss F.le.niiir Itoeiker as maid of honor
.il-'l two lit Irlesni, ilils, her sister, .Miss
i,!U I . iliosveitoi, and Miss Fidlerlka
The u.sh.-is weio M . niliton Fish, Jr. of i
S'i w Vol I:. Thomas S llluiiier nf tlilx It v, I
lined iiioi of lloston, liobeit . Hutch-i
bison of I'hlhidelphla, Cordon Wine ami,
ii.tde r.usii or Huston. I'urni""" iimi'iinon
Dnli. mt. Jr. iliul V. Feilnwes MorKiir.
,,f N. w York. Hubert (lrosenor of Uiis
i It x . Iiinllier of tlm In lile. .and S.ininel
The lirlileglnoin was aecontp.inled by Ills
i iiui-tn. Cnleli LnilitK of Hn.vKin as be.si
iii.it.. The leieiuony wits nerfornnd bv
'llINIiop Jtnni'ii De Wolf Pen, Jr., assisted
,ti tin llev. i ituiiis it. i,ner of New i.rocery ami Allien Trade Piess, initi
11. dfiii il. it brollii'i'-ln-law of the bride- vet. tlnn, Hotel McAlpln. in A. M. . dinner,
Ci'ioin. 7 ::iu P. M. .
wedilini; breakfast followed the cere.1
iiiuiiy nt ihe hiime of tin, bride's mother
in Prnspeet rtnet. Mr. and Mrs. Oardner
will -pend their hone inoott In Europe,
after which they will Ilie at Chestnut
I llll, near liostou.
PlIII.AliKl.l'IIM, Jan. 28. The hoinii of
Mr. and Mrs. S, Edwin MegaiKee at
Wayne was the scent! this evening; of thu
limn lage of tlteir daughter, Miss Ade
laide Conchctta MfKuigee, to Albert Muns
flold Ormr, son of Mr, and Mrs. Milton
Orme of Wayne. Tho ceremony was per
foiincil by the Rev. William Ullflllan, rec
tor of the Church of Our Lady of Vic
tory at Sayrevllle, N. J.
Miss Margaiet MeguifcTee, Sllitt Ruth
Orme, Miss Mildred Meg.trgcc, Jllsa Rhnda
Orme and Miss Helen Connolly attended
tho bride and Mr.' Orme had aa best man
Henry 1'rcaut. After a'woddlng trip, Mr.'
and Mrs. Orm. will lira at La Port., Ind.
Great Year for Us."
! LUNCHEONS OF A DAY.
ilven With Ynnna
a Gaesla fif Honor.
IleWItt rilnton Falls gave yes-
at the Itldliii; Club n lunrheon
(for her niece, Miss M.irU
"einerlll of riillailelplila.
been puslnK the winter In this city.
The cuests, debutantes of this and sev-
, eral seasons past, w ere seat.d at sev-
.i.tcKstin. .i.iue iiaiinuriini, neairice
Lamer Cutajar. Vera onativla, Mary
William, Louise Celiallns, MnrRurita
Ver I'lanck, ijertrude Mali, Ain Id ad
Nil Johnson, Floi clue liiesoort K.me,
Susan (i Drake. Hleanor I lartshoriie.
Adeline Townseii.1. Sinanne Warren,
Cornelia Van Anheii Cliapin. Constance
Scheriiierhorn. Justine liiKeisoll, Louise
Hlnud'Rimd. Conttanee Satterlee, Doris
ISHsell, Leslie Hill and lllvlne Itlrhatd.
Another lunelieun was i;.en yester
ilav bv Mls Mainery Shannon at her
Inline. Hi West Flfty-elKlltll Slleet. in
iiiinor of mih lhme Raimierlotti. The
uthtr KUest were Mr lldward Feint,
Jr. Mr. I'orter f'lvde Shannon, the
Mls-es tilailys Itolibni". HNIe Wilson,
Marlon Fiti Ii. Helen llorfitnt. Flnrence
Ai tlnii Mini Marjuile Sin lie
Mis c.e.u-Ke It Kern! nae nt Sherry's
ttll nnntlier luncheon fur her tlebutaiite
daughter. Ml Fanny Deliroot Hast
liiK". Tlieie were several Hinall tables
decorated with spring flowers and
IiinoiiK the KUests were the Misses Vera
Van Huren, Kllr.nheth ICIrlln. Marjoi le
WiKKln, Julia Ollbert. Constance Huel.
ciner Todd. Llda L Flettmann, .Annie
!ldard, Ada llryre iray, ilntunle
Ilo.M Ituth Moller. Teon Thayer, Hope
llnnilltt.il. Cora Hennen MoriK, Vlcva
FNher. Cnrainnl Carroll, Audrey Os
tium, lleletle Under wood, Lois CiinnlnK
hani, Mar.v F.rooks. Augusta Dixon,
.Margate! Tievor. Miriam Harrlinati,
I'aiillne t'lsrkson, Mar;arel nviluii
and N'elda Wrluhl Itulilnson.
AUCTION BRIDGE AT GOTHAM.
O I sletl tlrnriance n lleneni fur
Kreali Kir Fnnil.
win lie iievoteii lo the summer vacation
fund til the soilety, which gives poor clill-
iiiioiik 'ne no. nil oi inunnirers or tlie oi I
et pie.enl ere Mrs Willtiiiit II Hams
.Ml- li Morir.ni liroune. Mr-1 II D .lea
rev. Mi .liiliu Harper. Mr .lolnt Stuart
lialnl .ind Mt- Hl.ickliu Miller.
H'ann'a First Plaj."
'I lie peifiirnianve of "Funny's First 1'lm "
1 I lie Comedy Ihealre to-uistlil will lie
for Ihe benetll or Flower Hospital under
'lie niispies of th- ladles' ntittli try of
Mrs ltoul s Copelantt,
' ' """'''' oi lie itiuiiiary i-oumiliiee. is
i m, i , Vil p., , i! " "
i III en Vnrk To-da.r.
1 Chic Fedei jtlnn, annual meeting, Hotel
Ahlof, .ill dtt
.Mens Club of Washington Heights, dill-
I iter, Hotel .McAlnln, 7 p. M.
Aldeiiu.itilc Investigation of police, hear
ing-, City Hall, 2 P. M.
Subway mass meellnr. North Hide Hoard
of Trade, Third avenue and 137th street,
8 P. M.
Vlrslnlnus, annual dinner, Sherry's, 7
la-cttire by Hmvard B. Woolston, Uni
versity Settlement, Eldrldge nnd Rlvlni;
ton streets, S p, M.
Review of Seventh Regiment by Major
arn, O'ltyan. S :3d P. M,
Finance Forum, addresses by W, P.
Hamilton and August Ulrlch, West Bide
Y. M. C. A., K P. M.
Kansas Society, annual dinner, Waldorf
Astoria, 7 P. M.
Mexico Society, meeting, Hotel Astor,
8 P. M.
Harmony Club, meeting, Hotel A.tor,
2 1'. M
Graduation exercise of the. Wadlelgh
Hlh School, I P. M.
There was a second Instalment of
tableaux vlvnntJ Inst nlsht at the house
of Mis. Urmo Wilson, 3 Knst Blxty
foiirth street, which had hern lent for
the purpose, and the proceeds will be
devoted to the maintenance of district
nurses In the babies' ward of the Post
Clraduate Ho-.pltal of this city.
The entertainment had been or
ganized by Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt.
Jr., Mrs. Orme Vilon, Jr., Mrs. Qeortte
F. Maker, ,lr, and others. Us success
both nrtlstlcally and financially waa all
that could be wl'licd.
The poslns of ti e tableaux from an
cient nnd modern masters was entrusted
to John White Alexander, whons at the
tlrst serles on Monday afternoon, when
none but children posed, chose tho pic
tures to represent a school father than
Mrs. Le (J rand Grlswold posed after
Sir Thomas Lawrence, as did also Miss
Mary Fyne. There were two pictures
after portraits by Dante Gabriel Rn
settl. In which posed Miss Kdlth Mor
timer nnd Miss Mary lloyt Wiborg.
Kacburn was tcprescntcd by Mrs. Leo
Thorn. and Henry lrvlnt; Cobb, "Jr.,
In separate poses, and Mrs. Sydney B.
Hreese. whose red uo:d hair sufiaests
the palnttncs of that artist, posed ns a
llenner portrait. Mrs. Charles De L.
Oelrlchs was a Botticelli, Miss Dorothy
Kane a Da Korli, Miss Hara Wlbora; a
P.omncy. Mr. Glfford Cochran a Da
Vinci, Miss Anscllca Hrown a Dlar.
Miss Olara Wlborp. Mrs. Theodore
Roosevelt. Jr.. David Dows, Miss Nancy
Steele, Mr.-. Robert L. Gerry, Francis
B. Roche. Miss Cecilia May. Mrs. Leon
aid M. T.iomas and James L. Brecse
posed respectively after Greuze, Nnt
tier, Klllppo Llppi. Sir I'ctcr l.ely,
Mabuse, .ir Thomas Watts. Orcattns.
Reynold? nnd Rembrandt port 'alts. The
pictures were shown In the ballroom
of Mrs. Wilson's houe In a hand
somely arransed frame, and the llprhtlnr
Pome of those present weie Mr. nnrt
Mrs, Henry Parish. Jr, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Hasting?, -Mr. and Mrs. Mal
colm Whitman. Mr. and Mrs. l.elirh
Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Hnyt,
Mrs. Kben Wiiitht. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rod
man Wnnamakrr, Mr, and Mrs. A. D. B.
I'ratt. Mr. and Mr. Reginald de Koven,
Mr. and Mrs, David M, Goodrich, Mr.
nnd Mr. Frederick W. WliltrldKe. Mr
and Mis, Charles It. Scott. Mrs. James
A. Harden, Mr. and Mr., Grenvlllc
Kane, .Mr. and Mrs. It. Fullon Cuttlna:.
Ml Anne Morpnn. Mr. and Mrs. T.
Suffein Taller, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Delano. Mr. and Mt. Jo.epli H. Clioate,
Jr. Mr. and Mrs. .Iiime It. F.utls. Mrs.
Henry S. Redmond. Mr and Mrs. Walter
Maynard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip M. Lydls,
Mr. And Mi. John K. Parsons. Mrs.
Arthur M. IkuKv. Mr and Mrs. Henry
M. Tllford. Mr and Mrs. L. Cass l.eo
yard. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Oshorn,
Mr and Mr. Henry c. Frlck, Mrs.
Thomas Howaid, Mr. and Mrs. rilfford
Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. A. Clark,
Mr. und Mrs. Henry W. Munioe. Mr.
and Mrs. Geor G. Frelinuhuysen,
Mr. Frederick Pearson, the Mlssesv
IVarsun, Mr. and Mrs. Adam G. NoiTle,
Mr. mid Mrn. Courtlandt Nicoll, Dr.
und Mr John A. Hartwell, the Misses
Gerry, Mis Hlsle de Wolfe. Miss l'.lcauor
Ijtwrence. A, KiiRene Gallatin. Howard
Taylor. Miss Kleanor Taylor. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charle. Steele. Mr. and Mr. Frank
P. WlborK. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mor
timer. Mrs. David Dows, Mr. und Mrs.
Percy R. Pyne. Leonard M. Thonia,
Mr. and Mrs, James Hrown. Mrs. Hurke
Roche. Mrs. James L, lirec.se and Ml
F. BURRALL HOFFMANS HOSTS.
l.li, one of Ibr lwiortanl Ulnurrk
of Ihe Mull! ail Their House.
one of tlie Important dinners of lust
iiUht wan Klven by Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Hurrall Hoffman, at their house, 5S
Mast Seventy-ninth street
The Kiiests were Mrs. Vanderliilt.
Mrs James A. Burden, Dr. and Mrs.
NU'hola Murray Holler. Mr and Mrs.
tii-urK" R- Head, Mr and Mrs. Henry
Watets Taft. Mr and Mis Knrrlck
I'.lKKs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Wltliei
bee. Mr-, and Mrs. Frederic C Fentlelil,
I'rof. and Mis. 11 Falrlleld Osboin. the
Hon Alfred Anson and Mis. Anson.
Mr nnd Mrs. George Spencer Kaslwlck
of New Orleans, Mrs. Joseph Stick ney
Mis. Walter CuttliiK, MIsh Iselin. .Mr.
Mini Mrs, Ctyarh'H II. Alexander, John
I.. Cnilwalader. Knertoii L. Wlntlirop.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoal I'ltelp Carroll, F.
Hin rail lloffmali, Jr.. Frederick Towns
end Martin, W. Wlckham Hoffman,
Adrian Isellu and Murray HotYmnn.
Tlieie was music after dinner.
Soles of (he facial World.
Mr and Mis Anthony J. Diexel,
will give a dinner dunce to-night at
Mis. I". (.ray fltlannld will sh a dance
at Slicrty's to-nlRht for her daughleis, the
I lie wedilliu; of Miss Louisa Norwood.
a daughter of .Mr. ninl Mrs. Cat lisle Nor-
wood, lo HoWHid Slade, will take place
to-day at 12 :S0 III the chapel of St. Hnr
tltoloinew's Chinch. Tlieie will lie no ie
ceptlon. 'Ihe wedding nf Miss Isabel L. Clark,
ilaiiKliter of Mis. IMg-ar L. Lewis, to Hen
J.itiiln .loliiMon 3d, will take place at
Sheii's on Sntuidiiy afteinoon Instead of
at the htldc's home, titO MuiIImiii avenue,
1 linnets will be given to-night by Mis.
Yaiideilillt and Mts. Theodore Frellng
hiiysen. Mis. Richard Colt gave a dinner last
night at her house. 02 East Fifty-fourth
street, lor Mlrs Nluu Chisolm And her
native, Alvln I'nlerntyer, afterward taking
her guests to thy Criterion Theatie.
The mldnlnter ball nt the Ardsley Club
will take place on Friday night at tho
club house In Ardsley on Hudson. The com
mlttee Includes John F. Plummer. Henry
S. Ilionks. Churiea C. Paulding, John F.
Havemeyer, Stephen C. Milled and Anson
The wedding of Miss tlertrude Kaitoti,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J,
Fastnn. to Frederick Hllaa Richardson.
' will take place this afternoon In Chrlit
THE AMERICAN ART
4 aad 6 jt 3.1d Street. Mudljon Mqn.re onth. w lork.
EX-PREMIER MORET OF SPAIN. I
Held Many Mtalaterlal Place, Al
though .Hon of I'onr Tradesman.
fipKial Cablt Oofttch lo 'Ynt. So
MAontD, Jan 2. Former Frlme Mln!
ter Morel died here to-night He was "f
J ears of a Re.
Slirlsmundo Moret. Tremler of Spain for
a short term In 1906 and the holder of
nt Cadiz on .tune 3, 18SS. He was the eon I
of poor parents, his father was a trades
man ami It was his perseverance alone
that enabled him to follow the lectures at
Madrid University from 1853 to 1168.
Following- his graduation he obtained a
pn;t ns assistant teacher and afterward
won a competitive examination that made
lilm professor of political economy and
In 183 he was elected to the I
i.liamber of Deputies as a Liberal and
I iee iradei Madeleine Cook, Anita Kmmet. Jo,m
Six jears later he became Under Secre- Whttrldtre, Mary Wood. Anno Tract,
tary of Ptabe for the Interior under Lisa .stlllman. Elizabeth Itus.Mdl. Ann
Rlvero Pilm gaxe him the portfolio of Roger. Elizabeth I'owel, Jean .Mortis,
the Colonies and he was Instrumental in Katharine .Miller. Eleanor l.ee. Eliza
passins a measure for the abolition ot,beth Fowler and Laura HutTern Lixlnc
slavery anrt In maklnjc free trade modlfi- ston Some of the vounn danrltic nwn
tlons In tho tariffs of the Philippines, I n-ere nl&o Included.
Porto Rico. Ac ( a butTet aupper was served at nild-
He later received the portfolio of finance Bht nntI afterward tlnnclnn was re.
fiom KlnK Amaneus and he went to !.on- sumcd
don as representative of his nation at Si Another dance of last nicht was
James s A htn Amadeus abdicated Moret slV(,n by Mt,, a f r.autei hat h at her
iftln-d to private life, but returned i with ,ouse. 71 Fifth avenue. The.e wer
Alfonso a. Minister of the Interior. (iProrilton!, throiiRhout of Richmond
lie seconded the renency of Queen Maria anrt Klllarney roses, naticlnir was Ken
Christina and held various pottfollos. ra, mlffp, RUprt. M.Mr(, -
Magistrate .Mo.es J, Harris.
Magistrate Moses J. Hani of Brooklyn
Uleu Monday exenlnit at liH Home, r,3
Third street. He was born In New VoiK
fifty-three eai3 ago and was a graduate
of the College of the City of New York
anrt Columbia I'nlverslty law school He
began practice In Hiooklyn and was ser -
i.-im, in nn- mi .i.i.Luiin.ii tot- I.-IHIU
eat lie wai appointed a City MhrN.
trate by Ma.uii Oa.Mtor In 1910 to fill out I
the unvxplied term of MaRlMratr turlonc.
and the fnllowinc eal was appointed for
a full teim lie wa a director and lieak-
i . J S T ' . , ,"i !. "
dliedor of the Federation of Charities
and nf the Jewish Aid Society and -
,i,.i,t-, ,,f h. i-nii.. r-i.,1, ii. t.n
piejldftit of the I'nlty Club. He wan also
a iiiriiitx'r in inc nrouaiyu i mil lit1, nil.', '
who whs Miss Anna Marks, and tno son",,
ii.'ineri .i. ana nntiiT u.. liartis. urili
llr. OrTlllr llornits.
Pun .Mit.LeniA, Jan. 2S. l)t cuvllie
llorwliz died at his home, IT2I Walnut
"tieft, to-day. II" was emeritus piofesiir
of KenUo-mliiary" dlnisrs at Jefferson'
Medical College, when- lie was kitidiiatid
in two yean neinre tliat lie nan
bten gtaduated from the Cnl ersltv of
IVnnslvanla. Dr. lloruitr. was the ion
of l)r Jonathan Hntwltz. profe.-snr nt
illnlial medicine at the l'iileilty of
IVnn.l:tnla. and IiIk gt uiidf.tllicf was
the etnltieut ui(enn Dr. Samuel (ln-r.
Hi. Ilomltz was ."'I jnani of .ige atio
never married. In addition to the Ann'il
i an MedtrJl Assoclatlint and other pin
fesHlot.al orKanlzatlniiK Pi. Iloiwltz w.is
a member of the Philadelphia. Art, Rac
quet, Huntingdon Valley and Meiiuu
Cricket clubs and the Citlfin Leigue
llr. Kiln In KoMler,
Hr i:dln Fowler, founder f tne
Ciiliiiubia Institute. u pieparjtory
Kchool for lioys, ami formerly one nf
the headmasters of the Herkeley School
at JTll West Seventy-second street, dletl
yestenlnv In Los AnireleH. where he had
made his home for the past few years.
Dr. Fouler was born ci-ut. eara ao
In Knulaiid and was editi atetl nt Oxford.
He I, 'tiled ft out tenchiiiK and took up
inaKar.iue willing. He leaves a widow
and a sun.
l,er?l. J, llerrlnarlun, Jr.
Lewis J. lliMliugton, Jr., died on Mon
day at the residence of hi. father, 114
Plosiect place, llrnok!)!!. He was bom
In New York thirty-four years ago ami
had lived In Hiooklyn over twenty yeHis.
lie was formerly vlre-presldent of the
New Yoik Mater Prlnteis Association.
He whs ti member of the Montauk Club.
Ills wife and a daughter survive lilm.
Elliot Hlgelow, president of Elliot Blge-.
low & Son Company, woollen manufar
tillers, died on Monday at His home, f2 1
Sidney place, Biooklyn, In Ills sixty-1
' seventh ear. He was born In Oroton,
.Muss, and had been a lesldeut of Brook-
1 1; ii for tort.-slx years. Ills wife, who
was Ms Edwhiu Rlchaids, four sons and i
three daughters suivlve him.
llr, l.oala , Balllet.
Ai.i.bntown, Pa., Jan, 28, Dr. Louis H.
Halllet, oldest active physician in this
part of the Slate, died this morning. He
was HI and had practiced steadily for
fifty-five .eaj-s. He was graduated from
tlie I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania In 18114,
ALL-CHILD THEATRE PLANNED.
Nan Franrlaean. Will Have Ynnnr
atera Stnsr and Art Own I'lay.
Los AsnFLra, Jan. 28,- A children's
theatre cost In if llfKI.OOtl Is to he built Im
mediately .it I'rlteand I'lgueroa streets,
Thosii who will pay for Ihe house und
conduct It are II, E. Huntington, A C,
Haled. Willis Ilooth, K. P. Clark, W. C. Pel
lerson, Mrs. Adnu It. Clntffes nnd Mine.
Children are to he taught to act. to make
their own scenery, tutrn their own plays
and be responsible for all the stage technic.
They will receive salaries for their work,
lair Clubs' Concert on Friday.
Tho Yale (liee, Banjo and Mar.dolin
Clubs will ghe its annual concert In the
grand ballroom at the Waldorf-Astoria on
Friday evening. January 31, at I tilt
B. KIRBY of
THREE DANCES LAST NIGHT.
Affair nt Mr. Itiihrrt It, I, It Illusion's
. A dance for the hencfit of tlie St.
Asnes Hay Nursery an nlen last
I tilKht nt the liouse of Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Robert R. Livingston, n Washington
Kauare North, and It was attended bv
many younp people of that section of
,ho f , " was aM I"'""-"'"' 'lance, th
music being contributed liy the Km oka
Minstrels, who sang and played. '
The committee for the nursery pres
ent Included Mrs John Mono Aurrbaeh,
Mrs. Evans IJlcU, Jr, Mrs. II. I.elloy
Emmet, Mrs. ArmttaRn Whitman, th
Misses Kmllv and tlosnlle !ne. K'atliri'n
Auerbacli, MarRreta IleeUman, Trances
llurr, l.'rsula Hrown. Kdna Riddle,
Amuiiir thn KUests wen- Mr. and Mrs.
5enrRe H, Uartholomew, Mr. and Mrs.
S. Stanwood Menken. Mr. anrt Mrs. Iter.
I bel t Rtown. Mr. and Mrs. Fi-.inklltt
1Mott Warner, Mr and Mrs. Charles H
Jones. Mm. A. V. 'A. IlillliiKton. Mr anil
Mr. Harry H. Culver, (leu. and Mrs.
Henry L- Riirnett, Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin
P. SarUett. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Tilt.
,jr Bnil Mr.". Henjnmiti Tilt, the Misses
.luhtllte IIIKHfi,oll. Eva I UCersoll Ulowll,
Fiances ,M Wartl. Hairlet LuiiimU.
Margaret H.nr.-tt. Eslello Hall, MarKfiv
s,,1(luloM( Ueirn niiu1K Florence and
iRab, .;nton Kleanor IHeter. Adelaide
irwnlm,-. Cornelia Clifford Hrown.
! MarKaift llomns. Marcaiet and Made-
iw Slnin , s r , K ,.
i in...,.,,.,, i ,,.,,.,..,, .. ,.,.,a!.
I 1,l,'. Lieutenant.! oiiiinander Park-
er. I . S. ,N . c.irltou Holdthwalte James
I'lersnn, KiiIkii Lnncn orth.v , I' S,
William M. Cltnillioui ne. .1 llorn-
blnwer HeWltt and Kil;ud Kleter
The tlrst of a series of dances was
Kleti last niKht at the house of Mrs. (i,
Howard DavHon, ' Madison avenue,
and ainiuiy the suliscrlbei s were Mr.
nnd .Mrs. H ur ii Ti evor. Mr nnd
Mt. stnwe Phelps. Mr and Mrs J. Rich
Steer. Mr nnd Mis. Frederick Prime
Heliitleld, Mr. and Mrs. William It, Dins
inoie, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Harrininn
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Harder The next
dance will be Khett mi February at
tin house of Mrs. J. Rich Stecr
llKrlll V smith Orange. N J. on Jan
u.,i : .". "i.i Llp.tnor s. widow of
.1 mt, s ll.il.er .
1' .nei.il Mtvti.es WrtliifMlnv ntornlnt; at
10 (.'(link et M-r Inte renldence, 1G
ltu 1 1 foril in.til, outh Orange. N J,
MiMiit.ilti Siatioti. KrknilH ar. rc
tin.Ktfil in Mildly emit ri(mers
KiiWI.IlIt -iii .1. iimary 11,13, nt ld hwn
on ilranii r llrlve, I. us .ncfles. CaI.,
ii'li, 111), nf I ear fullure, Dr IMwtn
!', Irr, Uie li, iMnKivi r of (oumbla
Itistiute atnl ihe llorklfy School of
Jiiltn Kltrpa r.ck. atrd 1
Puinrji fr.ini Tin-: PCNnr.ALciiur.cu,"
2il Vr- Ti n y-thlrsl tre' (Trank
( K. Cnm pbell Huilcllnr) Notice o(
, OON.AI.llZ. -lllguel. azd St yean Tit
ncr.il from Till! l-TNKHAL CHUnCH."
:il-JI3 Ve.i 13d at. Refer to undar-
Inker, Kritnk 11. Campbell.
I HllltP.lNUTON -On Monday, after a snort
i Illness, Lewis .1 lterrlncton, Jr
Kiiiier.il front the residence of bis fa-thcr,
, 11 Profiled place. Solemn requiem niaaa
at St AuguMlne's ChJrch. Sixth avecue
j and Sterling place, llrooklyn, on Thurs
day at s-30 A, .11.
HYATT Suddenly on Tuesday morning,
January I'S, (leorge Kdgar, son of the
late Kdgar and Mary Wlsa Hyatt.
Funeral aervlrea will ba held at hit lata
I residence, 157 Willow street, Brooklyn,
on Thursday, January 30. at 5 P. M.. In
I terment private.
JOHNSTON Robert Johoaton, formerly of
the city of Naw York, on Monday, Jan
uary 27, 1913. at Llsgoole Abbey, Knnii-
LAW. On Monday, January 27, 113. Kllu-
bath Shafer, widow of John 8. Law.
Funeral ervlcea at her recent horn on
Wertntiday, January S, at 11 A, M. I
terment at convenience, of family,
HKHKIN8 Joiepb Orlawold rerklna on
Monday, January 17, 111, suddenly at
hla rraldence In Otd Lyme, Conn , In th
7(th year of hi aga.
Funeral at hi Ids reatdtnc tn Old Lymt.
Conn., on Wednesday, January 2, at I
o'olock lu the afternoon. Kindly omit
WllLIAMa Almtna B , widow of Samual
Porter Wllrtama. suddenly on January
Bervtcea 'at 7 Weat 108th street, January
at 13:30 o'clock Interment private,
Olean. N- Y-, papers pleaKo copy
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Original and Old Eitabllshed
BURIAL & CREMATION CO.
Smmi's"" 8th Av. & 19th St.
2343 8th Av., Near 125th St.
PltlVATK ItOOMS AMI t II.M'lll.S I'llllK. '
Ijirgcht and Most Iteasonnhle In the I'n.intry.
TIU.I'.l'HII.N'i: US IJ5 I'HULSHA.
I'. W. HAIK'l.iri'H. I'm.'!.
FlaVU E. QAMPIEU