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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FFXIUV 17 14. 1913.
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WHIM' SCI ; NT, It Y ON" VIEW
..or Youth f ml.viim- for l'riost
liniiil Lose! His .Mind
improved NKv YORK CITY red
estate are PARAMOUNT LIENS on
the SOURCES of PRODUCTION and
DISTRIBUTION of the SECOND
CITY in THE WORLD.
We sell only such mortgages
and we reinforce them with the
guarantee of $3,500,000 Capital
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
SO IJIsTt. St . Mo l4 lr.ntr. St .Bkn
. i 11 .
! II. I! I
"r 1 n linn.tv.in
In .1 Mi.ru. n
. Ar tnif f'tii-l.ilr
. .. V Uriah:
,"nli t ion "f m ninny families In
i 'in. on member n priest Is
f Hi.' poignant piny inllpil
,,e llarto,' liy T. ('. .Murray, need
sh' liv tin' Irish rineri nt
K.i Tl'iativ. Mr. Murray Is the
.ifHlrthrls.it," which Is scarcely
ii ,pd painful than th' drama In
vvhlih the audience witnessed
'ether nf the h?rn who plvfj tho
V nam- ua Fpareu unu u en ior
In uril. r that bin snn may study
- c p:-..itlu.(nl. The hoy feels, no
, i-i.ci' ! r the calling and In the
h : -minis home to tell his parents
h dor.' nut tlnd himself fitted for
! In tplti- of his record .is n
i- tli" priesthood docs n t seem
- . i linn
T efforts of his fam,Uy to keep hlm
a ,"(. have exhausted lu mean?:
run are not only poor, hut In deli.
' -inch tlii'lr florts on the boy's be.
' rf Then tho'ro is h.s lirotlu.r, nhoiit
to tmrrv a rich fir!, who will surely
-ei-v him if i-ho is n.-it to ha- the
r-.rvr of marrying a priest'" brother.
Si the hov trees back to continue
his .. lilies, altliouch he knows that
i w"! never posses, the "vocation"
n- i-'i .'ic family think will come with
':r'h'r studv. In the .-eeond net their
mi'stV fcelines appear to have been
"-I. s.neo tuere are encnuraclni?
i-:. ..f the boy s pr.icrro"Vu collect
h's mother hopes that he tuny ho
Ivied in time to pi-rfotm the mar-
'.ac.' I'.-rctiiuiiv for lils brother. Word
rim f-udilenly. howevoi, that the or
" 'n1 "ii unci ne intion'i rile enn
i'' i ' Me i. In f.ut returning
ni m the rare ot two fellow students,
v 1 ! he it nnboily In hit family
n..w. until ho rea-dies home, utterly
iei In ti 1 1 in t and spirit. rivet-study
aril f ie rfTort to til himself for the call
is na e broken him down so completely
' t!i'ie is out faint hope that he
V I m.-i rocovol 11!.-- l.Vnri.
'f ail Hi.' so-called ,itay.t produced hy
ic Alibev Tlieait,. lompany none was
v . i,,prl s. n- thin In lis appeal to an
i ln public. I lull au.l rommonplace In
'.anruacc. ilf-ttliute nt n slirc.id of dra
matic interest. ' .Maurice llarte" proved
an unrelieved weariness to the flesh.
I'osMhly It in.iv haie thrived in the
land of Its birth. Anywhere elso Its
performance It a whollv unnecessary
'( of pnblle patien. e.
It f-uhrnerueil iiltosnther the actors
n this compam-. lil.t a'Ikoo, looked
Ue her "iii'i vminu nti r liven Ar
h'ir Sinclair i mild ii" tle nbove the
dead level of stupidity which Is the
!"in!n.itinc levi'l of the pln. .nd why.
drir r.ndv fifesntj, that fantastic
The wall" of the Irish home uere a
'Vd blue Throuch
vttnTsed a landscape which made the
Menu of the most ndvan. ed artist seem
like mere photograph I'ertalnly tho
Tr5h Players have fallen Into the suld
'ns I anils of some nrth't who Is leadlnc
tm into curious paths
Sn.vs Art or nutl T.nwynr Oot Her
Money for "The Cluiiieroti,"
ii Musical Show.
conrr hkitsks oudkk
Mrs. Muiiii Wnnts ,S:i!Mi. Whirh
Is Still I Mir Her. She TrIN
Accusations nKalnst Raymond llitiii-
cocU and Keriiiau I.. Itoth. an attorney.
weio made eterila" by an ai tress who
says she wus worsted In an .miTi-nicnt
by which the three were to produce
a play together. Mrs. Maria II. Munn,
known on the aUi;e as ICtml Uroimhum,
told her story to Supremo t'.uirt Jus
tlio Creenlntim on an application to
compel lloth to turn over J3.m.
NEW HANS SACHS
APPEARS AT OPERA
Wili Rurrs MnKes n Suecrssful
Debut ns the Nuremberg
HHATN A FT NT POtJNTK
, Wmrnrr's "Die Meistersincer"
I 1.eeHen(ly (iiven Hrforr u
I Well Plrnsril Allflirner.
are reched by (teiiuent quick and
comfortable trains. Low commutat on
ttei. Why not live where city com
forts combine with country pleisurr s?
Ultirt, I owns and borough-
with homes at
price wilhin rtch of
all. Write now for sub
urban booklet No. 6
w. c. no ri, i. r. a..
143 Liberty St, flew fork
MISS JOE BROOKS
BENEFIT SEWING CLASSES,
Mr.-. Munn said that In I'.'iiO, when i
she was nppe.irinK at the Herald Sipiate
Theatre In "The llreek Hlae." l'.oth
canio to htr and smwucd that the
form u partnership with l!a iiMint
Hitchcock to produce a musical coinedy
lo be knonn a.s "The I'haperon." As
result Hitchcock ami I'oth went lo her
apartments In the Niwport. at i'ofl West
I'lfty-second street, where an atie,
ment was drawn up.
Mrs. Munn was to furnish all the
money, estimated at $1 .000. she says.
Hitchcock was to get the libretto and
score, while Until was to act a.t at
torney, sho said. She and Illtchcocl.
were to play the leiullliK p.ilts nt 1100
a w ek and ltoth was to set Ml" n week
for hli services.
Mrs. Munn told tin- lourt she was
then informed by .-mother iittortie that
the lontract was unfair to l.er. She
said she went to lloih and a-lod htm
to chance It. but lie -ahl It was only
a matter of form, ltoth told hr r that lie
intituled to form a stoi k iiipany and
she would Bet l.fl'l Worth of stooji.
He had to !iae J.'i'Vi at nine, and the
ca e him t ie money
The plaintiff "aid that Koth rave r.il
of the money to Hitchcock, and lafr
admitted he had u-ed part of the test
himself because he was HI and had to
so to a ho'pitul She said :b.it w '.en
she rump!. lined becitle i;,.". !id ued
the money fur an tinauthr.r..ed put pose
he made a few .small p.ivmeii's and
Bie hei a note for "".". which vas
Mrs. Munn said "lie made manv ef
form to Ket her tnonev back because k
broker named Slade converted several
thousand dollars beloncliu; to her and
IfTt her almost pennll- ss She ald ;'iat
llntb succesird that she tint In bit
binds the tna'ter of i-.il'.ci1n "n
money from Slade, and demanded ".u
p.r tent of all he rerouted as hi - fee
ltoth denied all Mr... Munn'- alliua
t;nns. and said that -e was n-.t ai-ilns
as an attorney but in a purelv bul
nes s capacity. Hitchcock made an
atlldaUt contlrmlns lloth's denial
.lustier Orrenbaum denied the appli
cation for an order acalnt ltoth. and
the open door one i ta Id that "without passlns on tin- merits
of this controversy and Its most e
traordlnary features" he lielleves that,
ltoth obtained the money from Mr.
Munn In a purely business venture and
that Mrs. Munn hroiicht t e present
proceedings to avoid the statute of llml.
Wncner's "Die Melterslneer von
Numbers" was slven at the Metropnll
tan (ipera Hou.ie last evenlnu and tho
pi-rfortnnnco had some elements of per
s.iml Interest, roiiplcil with novels.
Wilis liners, a barytone late of thel.elp-s,-
opera, made his debut In this city ns
I limit Snrhx, and I'atl llraun, who" was
1 tlr.it Heard as Kl'u Jml' l.iM S.i'urday.
I made his second appearance, s limine
I o.,iici-. H may Interest those who have
I noted the development of physical Mat
, ure .mimic the .shiRcrs of the Metropoll
1 inn , fimu.inv to know that these arc two
mote u'lants If that were all that could
be said of them It would be a pltv; but
they wop a hearty welcome ns desirable
additions to Mr. ;.ml-t'asJ7.?..fs forces.
Mr Huirs disclosed H cornl voice, one
I of HUtfh-lcnt fulniss and sonority and
' . f tWldedly acrceable ipinllty. He saiiK
iwlih taste and skill. Suiooihness and
lurbaiiitv ruled in his style, but his trent
! ment of the text was not s!o' enlv. His
.siK was Kood In conieptlon and he
caif.ed out his Ideas with Intelligence.
IThero have been representatives of fnin
who were perhaps more unctuous,
! .. . ... ...tl.t.. ... It.eiL-lll.l
oiners wno were ii'..-.-.,i'.. ... -
the. but as a cobbler who had artistic
lih-as, warm convictions and strotu; n-ei-liiss
Mr. Hihts vvas sympathetic and
plea.slnu. His Impersonation won for
him a warm welcome, and he will prob
alilv become one of the popular member-
of the company.
Mr. I'.r.um had the misfortune to
m.ke his debut In the performance of
Tristan und Isolde" which was ills
liiptcd by the failure of Mr. I'rlus's
volie and he was therefotr not a
proper rubject for critical comment
I .a-1 eveulm; there was no question of
hi, excell. nie. He ha a Lie. powerful
voice of tine cpialltv and he sinus with
tine InKll'.cor.ie. Ills delivery of l't
err'.' addles was a model of stsle anil
iliictloii. It must be said for him. fur
thermore, that h did not fnll into the
., i, .Li,,,- J'n,inrr an
i oiiniion 1 1 "i - .
arutoctat. lie was a prope'ii and
oiKiillled bur-hrr. which was cirr" t
Tile ..til. r llieltlll IS "t 'lie r,l' were
familiar ! lo,I operaitoers -n
Coiskl't .'in. Mr .lorn's !tM.,irr. Mr.
(i..rlt.'s II- ' irirr and Mr l'.e-s
I torn) are all well known Mr Hlnshaw's
hnthnrt l "f 'i''"' acfiialntatice. but It
l as taken a tlim pl.ue In th- Waanrr
callfry of portraits. A -portal w,ud Is
Hue In Mine. M.iltfehl. whose Imper
sonation of lf-iii'teini liad the foe
Herman spirit. Mr Hetts conducted
he performance with pl'nty of spirit.
Mr, .tiicob IMillllpa'a
iiieetinu nf the sewlnc
class orBanlz.d hv Mrs. .lamb I'lnlllps
for the benefit of the Catholic Institute
for the Itllnd was held yesterday morn
line at the house of Mrs Stuart Pull
man West. IftSl I'lfth averue Tli Itev.
M. .1 Scott. S. .1 , of St. Iitiiatlu.s l.ovola's
I'hurch iiddreil the diss and Kiive an
Iritereatltiu; talk on the mlrnen t heal
Itii; the blind
Some nf the members of the class
are Mrs. John Imuran Ihnniet, Mrs
I'rancls Ituriall llortiiiati, Mrs. Henry
W Taft. Mis Herald M. Ilorden. Mr.i
Paul d Thebalid, Miss l.oulse Iselln.
Mrs. Charles Itenrv Smith. Mts. Charles
.1. Welch. Mrs Nicholas I-" liriidv, Mrs
John It Iuier, Mrs Charles I, du Vlvler
and Mts. Auciiste Noel.
The next meetltii: will I." h-lil at the
house of Mrs. T C T Cralli, U'l West
Seven! v-flfth slfei t
Another sewlnc class met at the
house of Miss l.earv. 103:' fifth avenue
This -clas sows ami Units for the Ar
thur Lean uieiiu.i lal tit Ue1evu Hos
pital Its nieetiiius will he hid i am
week until earn In Atoll
Mrs l iederle Nellson will iil,ttalii Ihls
moitiliiR In Hie stale uparlim nt of tin
Plaza the s-WiiiK class in khi 'mil n.m.
lyeats up. i hv Mrs I'li.irl.s janies Web h
for the b. n. lit of the Italian MSslori at
3ft3 Mllznbeth tinet, The in. tfntr .if this
iiinmlni: will be of Intetist as his emi
nence Cardinal I'ailey has proiulsed to I...
present. There Will also be sltlKllu: by
IUMe ital.Hii lis fmni the mission
Alnonc the member of ih.s ,'laps m,. .virt
Aliplltt H.lmont. Ml. Itol.elt .1. Colllel
Mr Wlllhim I'. Sl.eehan and Mis J. Him
cnii v.miin i i net.- win i.e this imiin.tiK
an fxlilbl'lnn of the articles in.i.le bv
members of the Loietto Ctlhty Socbtv.
nhleh aie oti for Die benefit of tho nils
ETHEL BARRYM0RE ROBBED.
gft.onn Worlh of rlrrs .levvilr
TnUen From llimin In llolel.
.sl!N' Tie.", l-eb 1 Kthel l.nrr. O'oie.
who I In vaudeville here, was ml. bed ul
Jewelry valued a' Jl.noo on Mond.iv inht.
When Miss ll.iirvi.ioio tcl'irt.eil Irom t!n
theatre -he discovered that the iewi-1-weie
mi-slim- and told the maii,,i;cr of ih.
Shorehain. where -he is stot.piiiL-
The Jowelrv was in a leatt.ei . ie ci a
drawer of a drelnc tnhl Miss llarrv
tnnie's room had evident!! been ehteied
with a skeleton Kev Vmonir the pieies
stolen ale a itnld wateli studded with iha
tmiiids. t-evernl t-oritaire ntic. "a l'eaipin
et wl'h earls and diamonds and other
Tripp of tin- WeslliiKhotiwe company.
hit iimone; the chorus were Henry
Itlis om. I Yank Case, Senator John
I rilzneri.il!. M ss Hatllo Williams's
I brother John, Secretary John H Kos-
let' .if tin. ('.hints, who ft.lld that the
preen table wan prlvlleced to nienllon
th.it the openlnp; K.itno will beirln tit
I fusion nt :!:(: I' M. on April in; ex
Set rotary lllll Orny ot th" t'.lants. now
Lrenrral mantiKer for William Harris.
Ihiimond Jntnes Hrady. Daniel 1'rohmati,
Sam Hiirrls. Marcus I .new. Walter
Moore, AI Woods. A. W. Sandy Dine
wall, William Harris, Alf I layman,
William llnrr.s. .Ii , Arthur Hammer-
iNteln, (ifto Hauerhach, I'.dKiir Selwyn,
husband of Marciirtt Mayo Selwyn;
Sllttri'lee. Hl'isblllir lllltl Ulllph IMward I, Sheldon, author of "Ho-
.. .. ... ... .. I iiiani e" imrl t i nirs: l.eo ( . Toiler, .1-
I' lllltzcr ( llllt I nstr.tlirr jciarenco Hjdo of the KUw .V lhlntmer
Alllic.lblv. forces, Frank McKio and Pat Caaey.
1 After ii band of netro musician
thniiL-iitlessIy had devoted an ntitlropro
Alwa.vs remcmherlnc that Joe j Aiiimr t music from thn Winter Our-
Hmoks wasn't nr. sent. II may !. taled '"'' snow ann ,-.im iieniai.. t ..c.-i e,,.,.
thai every member of the Association of i
Theatre Matinp'rM of (Ireater New York
I'fiils to Show 1'p lit A ii ii mi I
Men I. Just Like the
MVAliF. C.M.MI.V Snl
was on htinil for ilie nnniial hlR meal of
the tlKiilie men at Hie flasi Hotel last
At the nine dinners Mint the mnnap'ra
have had In as manv ye.im Joe llrooks
always was Hist to artlve. In those
nine past yearn the association saw to 1
It that nt each plate was u paxtnluurd ;
box rontalninK the most rlabonite solid .
silver. IIIIlt. ,.,1 tooled leather. it'C, i
souvenlt" that New York fees In u speecn
Toafmaster tlurnh.mi arose. Kennold
Wolf In a .siihc(iient speech commented
thoroiu-h'.y upon Mr. lliirnham's speech.
"! coiiitratiilale Charley Hurnham
on limkliiK his annual .spiech," hec.in
Mr. Wolf when fotlinvint- Mr. Hurnham
!n the oratorlcnl rontctnt. "That speech
t the most successful revival In town.
( I.'iuuhter). It has had tho loncest run
of any production known to Hroadway.
When I was a very younn- reporter and
used t i cover these dlnticM I liked that
In time, a s I heard It year after
1 came lo know It until It haunted
whole year of niKhtly illtiiiet.s If livked "
In one's desk after Peine carefully me.
wrapped lu tissue paper thev k.pt until "-"'"i"" day when future t-rncrntlnns
the follow lui Christmas and then made jure pointing with lovlnt; pride to ihc
elaborate luihd.iv pusetits. (historical monuments of the roiinlry-
i!i ii,.. ,i.i 1.. t.,ti. .'1,10.1:.!' wonl I ho viiriotiM iiemn uarierf) oi i.eorp.
Iliieliv nt up to Joe Hrook.HH ofllce lu
the New Amsterdam Theatte llnildlm:
Wiithlimlon. (Stunt's! Tomb, Lincoln n
bitthplaco und so on the patriots of
diivs to come will not forp't also to
ll.T.I II,. I.. IW, lllll
ii... .iin,.er ..r th.. im.m.u..ru hiMt iiiuht .! Include Charley Hurnhatii'M annual
v.,,v t tn.oUs .li.ln'i intend the . speech to this association." I-miKhtcr.!
dinner.' i A tlPW Idaiik lu the Hurnham speech'
ion chneies i tiii-nhn 10. i.irsident of'thln year, however, recommends thati
the nssoclatlon and curator of Wal- I he manaeers take action about Sunday
lack s was pi. sent to make his annual i performances Mr. Hurnham said that
spircli from the toastmast. r'.s chair as 1 uiaiiiip.r.s should do nuuefhlni; about
usual souvenirs or no nmvenirs. fur-; the fpiestion here before outsiders set
thertnoie at vatloiis times in the eve- tie It to their dlsadvantap-. He rtr
iiIiik al the same miest table At thur I Kued that "so-called soclrtles" Intcr
linvbane chatud pi.vtv with Italpli I'n-iested in Hie dtatiia should not be per
i,i.p when Mr llrlsbane wasn't chat-' milled to ftlve Sunday perfortnance.s If
Inu heard from Mr. Krlanncr that "Mr.
Snvnpi Ih Bolnit t" skin every newspaper
irltli In town tii-iiluht," ho had beon
prlmltm' himself for tlm debate, Mr.
Saviiue lalked solely rind calmly nbuiit
liii.'ii'SlliiK polntH ho had noted In tho
tlu-iitref. of Japan.
When Mr. Wolf had described what
nwinap.rs do to n huddltic playwrlRlit'tt
eiforlM nnd the roars of laughter had
subsided Mr. Hrlsbane madn Homo re
marks In defence of the critic. Tho
ma natter may make ten, even twenty
live, productions In a jenr, whereas tho
rltic, Mr. Hrlsbane reminded tho man
liners, must, make n production almost
every iiIkIiI. The editor disagreed with
iiinniiners who bnr critics) from their
MRS. CROSS GETS RENO DIVORCE.
HnshnnH Wn Cornier Police In
spector nf This City.
Hkno. Nov.. Feb. 1.1. Mrs. IStfa A.
Cross pit a dlvoreefo-day from Adam A.
Cross of New Yoik on eharp:s of de
sertion She nskd no alimony, as sftttleinent wns
madn out of mart before her departure
for Nevada. They were married In New
York in May. tPOl. nnd have no cnliaren.
Aceorilliu; to her testimony he left her
In 1005. Cross mailii no mutest.
Mrs. Cross will return lo New York
Cafit. Adam A. f.'rofs vvas formerly
lioioiiKh !ns.prtnr of Ilrookl.vu, but wan
reduced to n captaincy by Commissioner
WiiKh.ini. He letlred on a pension In
K'07 at the iiid ot twenty. live years
service ntnl ha been HvhiR at '.'II West
1 23rt street.
He iiiiiirkd Miss Ktta T'oafer lu nul at
tho liarsoiiiiKe of the fsreoud Collr,-lato
Church, 12Sd street and l xlnp'oii avenue.
KAHN SEES PROSPERITY.
A WAGNER MEMORIAL. .
RIVAL THEATRE MEN CONFER.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
r-irf.reneep looklnc to a division of
t.ritr.r between the two theatrical
fMrtics Unown as the syndicate with
all'es ;,h) the -hiiherts with their
- are still In curse. Joseph I..
'""Ii ami (SeorKcfl Cox, Siniuel fn-
r and Andrew l'i eednian are
' ' "t Mie representatives of the
l" Interests Involved.
Mr Cx- and Mr Ithlnoek of cin
- i .1 1 ar Identified w ith the Shu
1 . lterests It was Impossible
' ' Ii' obtain any authoritative
i. '.i,! roneernlnir the i.roKress of
' i i-ot iatlons. .Meetlnes are held
. .f rnurs no eotnplefn amalcania-
ef business interests I contem-i''-.i
one of the men acquainted
i ;: situation told Tin; Sun r-i-
iisierdaj. "for that would be
' f f,e question. The object nf the
i o eetliiK I a division of terrl
. throughout th" country.
I' .s idaiiiied to havo the activities
' two parties n th amusement
w -'.l r.i. trolled hy a board of ten
r' -. I.-..S. five from each side. In ram
' - i. nll..' k il would be necessary
'' .me man to whom the matter
i I e nferr. d for final atbltratlon
. i'. the pr, sent time t has not
I'f'ssihb to utile on any person
' post iito side Is 111 favor
1 'ni.. in a.lillrate any dlfflrul
". it 'o,i'. ai isc, w hile tin, other
i- . Hi. Crbal inanau'er So far It
' - ... ii found Impossible to ncree on
.. point mutuall."
.11 i... seen f i .mi this statement
Vt.r' iilll I... less affected
. .e move nan any other part i-nlf.(.(Mi church nnd 11
ci'. in lie inu iipiiraiinii or . . . i.rotP,tnt llpi
i , d ine inipossiiiiiity or nii.i-
fnl cniei t.ilniiieiits has led
.-i i .as stale of affairs through-
- 'l hi ry.
rim s nml l'ln era,
ll.iiiiinerstriii has encnK'd
.iish and l.ulu f.laser to appear
e lull al llie Victoria Theatre
i . i.-i l, in .Match. Neither
. is In . II si en nf (lie theatre
is irlioi imr to vaudeville, hut
I '.'I';. Vanlell.
BvN'TER I.vnfiw, who ill'd on Janu
aiy io last, left J."i.00fi to the ivabody
Home for A Bed and Inillcetit Women to
endow a room named In his memory
He left Ills entire lesldtiar.v estate to
his wife. 1. villa C. Ludlow, for llf. and
after her death her dauchter. Cornelia
l.erov (Sallies of Warrentoii. Va , receives
jr.,o.Vo In trust and the principal pies to
grandchildren of the testator.
John M I.oiisi:, who dbd on Novem
ber . PU. left an estate of i:iT.?4
He cave lll.inia to the (Senium Hospital
ts.uiiO to tlm Mount Vernon orphan Asy
lum Jj.Ouu to the I'lltZ Iteilter Home
at ftilon Hill, N. J. and lin.min to the
Metropolitan Museum He also save th
museum a cabinet of wooden articles
carved by himself. The hulk of the
estate Km to plei es and nephews.
J K. Cil.rivvm.1., who died In Louis
ville, Ky, left an estate of JO,:?!) to a
son iitnl a daughter.
HnMi'Nli T. SMTTIIK left an estate of
,:,; t to hi widow, Ka! I. Smythe
Philip '!. Hcbmit, who died In l.os
HKeles, Cal., b'ft an 'state In New York
valued at "f.,!7i. Including th Sevillla,
I IT West Fifty-eighth sttvet. In which his
equity Is $:i,"1".
IlMASt'Et. H A. Cor.nr. vice-president
of the Hoiiie Life Insurance Company,
who died on October Sf hist, left an es
tate of J3S.S(bi to bis wife. It Inchlileil
tlilrlv shares of Home Insiir.ufee stock,
valued at I5I.30H.
Mr.s. Aknik Kia.toiiu Hvt.r -The will
of Mrs. Aiuil" Killogg Imlc. who died
on llecember laid, disposes of nil es
ii. i,. of mole thrfli r.'iiil.rtdft III a mill. I!
sh- i educed a bequest of $l,in,iinu to hrr
husband, Alfred O Dab. to i.lu.nrtii She
tiA iWiA to sii 'I'hf tnifi u'j I 't nt i tu lit
Bi,.. -,v -
i.'l'l ill i-l .lllll-
fheiv's I'rotestaiit i;plscop,n i iiunn ot
It. dfonl, N Y Sh" et lii.'inn lo the
liev. Lucius Olniste.ol of Ottawa. 111. To
the children of her late niii-ln-law, I r
LtlP'lt" llodetipvl. she lift ILTi.flOft 'out
of rfgard for my former cloe and happy
icIatloiiK with mv said soii-ln-hiw and In
iiiemoiy of Ills inaiiv kndnesses to me"
Sho left nineteen bequests of JB.'if io li
to lieirs-at-law of her llrst hush mil.
Ansel N. Kellogg, and gave the residuary
estate to his next of kill upon the death
nf hrr seiond liusb.itid. Alf led IS hale
l-.'d unu lo l mi llisirinilleil
he I'lillharminile Honor Thirtieth
iiiilerar of llenlh.
Th" pinlharmonle Socletx prngrnmnie
it Ciiicpe Hall hi" evening was com
...s... miVi.-Iv of "lii-ie bv III. hard Wag-
o, , 'ni. purf i. -e was ti I. l.rate the
Ihilt.elli ai.li .. is.in of h's ileath wh'eh
look pla.' on releil.liv 13. lk3 Tin
.-, I. l.r.ilion was of curse llil'lllal since
oil. of He -ocletv S subscription conceits
Ml upon the dux of the month, but ti ,
a p'tv that one could not nlo come on
Mav : of thl vear. shire that will be the
ifinth atmlv. r.-ary of the great composer s
birth Howevei. It mav be that this Im
pel taut ilav in the musical calendai will
not he in gl cted
The numbet- given l.it evening were all
or. h. -t-al Thev were -Mine Faust ' over
ture o-,jrlri's Ithlne Ji.urne from "C,ot
terilamiiierillig." the Udiengrlli'' prelude
mr.nl.l nnd llebestod from "Tristan
und Isolde," the "Itldi! of the Valkr '
the "Fixing Putrhman" overture, the for
est music from "Megfrle.1." 'he Cnod Fri
day spell ftotn "Parsifal" and the "lllenzl '
ting unite ns happily with the pontic,
man on his tight. Hotbed Sattctlce,
M.ti-ln-law of .1 Flerpont Morg..n
Colhe Commissioner Waldo chattel
with File Commissioner Joseph Julia
son quite as happily too. Abraham
Llnroln llrlangci ilnvv a phiro up
among llictc ( elcbrltlcs. whi rcns Justice
Ihlanvci' went awa.v Inu U und sat down
In a scat that fortune In I- Judicial
pW.eipal seat in
life wasn't lie
room. The Hon. Ihg lllll Hdwatds.
iinotlier !:ii'u. Lad l. s own seat and
Il nry W. Savage dliifd al the
speakcis" table In thiriphtt ill silciici..
while bated br. ath bi-iithed wold
.Hound the bii'iiii-1 loom that vvlnn
Mi Savage a rose t., iak In hs loin
lo- was piltu: to lin Into the newspaper
oriMo something awfin. Tli others at
t'n- .tar tnbh f tin enn-ng In addition
i thus" mentioned veto Man Klaw,
I'.rniiohl Wolf. II v Shea and tiny H.
managers are not allowed to do so.
"1 remarked to xour chairman to
night." said llerbett Sattetlec, who fol
lowed Mr. Itiirnham. "that I had no
speech In mind. 'Then I'll place you
next to Mr. ItrUbani; during the din
ner.' .-aid the chairman, "and you'll ho
sine to pick up lots of material for a
speech.' " ( Laughter
Mr. Satterlec congiafiilated the man-
thi'iapus for giving New York tho finest
theatres and the best actors In the
world and the pick of the world's best
pla.vs. lie suggested, however, that tho
managers might do something about
the automobile lotigestlon after the per
formance -Mso Mr. Satterlee nrgued
for branch ticket ottlees, "bonking li
braries." about the city, where copies
of the theatre diagrams might be studied
by ttcLet buyers.
Mr. Savage was n keen disappoint
ment, especially to Mr. Hrlsbane. who
later admitted In a short talk that, hnv-
Think ( loads nf Present Troubles
Will lie Sunn llUslpntrd.
litio II. Kahn. who leturned irom abroid
on Wednesday, supplemented hit Interview
at the ship bv a talk ye-terday la wliiih
he i on i ment cd on the money tightness In
Kurope, tho likelihood of oli-iderublH
demand lor inonev bv the llalkau allies,
by l.tiglatid nml bv the vai increase hi
arinanieiiU. The I tilled States, said Mr.
ICahti, bids in ir to I ma m th" heapesl
money market for some (line. Mr. Kahn
was quoted us follows.
I have been quoted as saying I hat every-,
thing points, lo a tremendous boom in thn
I'niteil Slates. I did not say thai. What
I did -ay was thai lor several years past,
ne have been laving llie basis in the I'niteil
Mutes lor reall.ing a period of prosperity
XV lien tile -lite- .'leal' lip. These present.
trouble cannot lat forever I think noi.
mi very far In the future the clouds will b
dissipated and when Ihey are times villi
"Tanfl revision is a ghost soon to he laid
low without very much harm to business
"The .supreme CnuM's decision In tlm
I nloii Pacific ca-e was mo-t unexpected. It
ha- caii-ed a gteai deal of trouble. In
jected -till more utieertaltil v into Mm puzzla
a- to what I ho Sherman law may not do
and has i ost the ro.ult considerable money,
but I cannot we wherein either Fnlon
Pacific or Southern Pacific will lo any tlm
wor-e ofl alter the separation. They nre
loo naturally dependent upon each other
lor the separation to make iiiiuh of any
difference in their (runic, relation."
Col. Ilnnirrrll ul filohe Theatre.
Theodore Iloosevelt went to th Globe
Theatre last night to see "The Lady of
the Slipper ' He was recognized as soon
as he enterisl the box, and when the cur
tain went dim n on the tlrst act most of
the audience roe and cheered hlm Ml
Iloosevelt bowed his acknowledgments,
bin refused to say mi) thing In answer to
the cries of "Sprel h '."
Sailing tn-day for IWmiKl.1
P.ov.il .Mall liner Orotava:
vir' ml Mrs. W. W. The . Kev, Pr
llie Kev. Hr. . I'
llr I li.o-riee (nlfV
Vlr rtinl Mr SpnltU
t. (is rlAn.l
II r. Acnes M. Ism
Mrs ll'Uh J. Mtfiiiwiin
Mr deiirte 1 NVihllt
Mr and Mr. Ornrsr W
I hsrlrs Nerlbf r. ,lr '
Vlr nnd Mrs. WlllUm
Hr Alfred It. Thomas
Mr nnd Mrs H. II.
ArlUI, Sails Home,
salld yesterday for
.Miss Walsh starreil i slim also gave f.Ti unu to
suriecilnn and .Xllss among atlV lirpnew.s or meres m inrnisi
France by the crtirn liner i-n Lor
raine, content with his success In pic
turing sixty women. Including many
of distinction. Ho devoted about four
hums to each and made a lot of tuonej
He has been three months at the
Itltz-Cai lion and said he w as a bit
alTecteil by the thought ot leaving New
i 'ii. i loan Stage Sorictv of America
-.i,i at the I.) renin Theatre on
It. ii. .on Frliiiiarv Ul, for (he
hi Vim lien, Arnold llfiinett'ii
neih The Hone) moon." Thn
" "e liiilc Laura Hope Crews,
,i. en- li I.e Mo) ne. (I. W. An
'i'a.i.'I Ki I.ibiook, William 1'agan,
I.HMf.ini, I'raiil. Ilelrher, Albert
i . '1 tin Ki'.l Sterling
lubeils will giv a special pro.
,1 in.illiic" of Ldwald Sheldon's
i lloin ini . at Maxlne Flllott's
ii i Ti .iisi,i' ntti nmon This
n j.i pi i form. nun will be In addition
the regular Wi-davadu) and Saturday
who are not m"tilloned in the
FALLS 19 STORIES TO DEATH.
sudilrn slHr(lnK of r.levnlor la I'n
ml lo riilenitn .Man,
Ciiicaoo. Feb, IS Falling tineteeu
stories down the. elevator shaft of the
.MiCormick Hulldliig to-dii), M 1M
will Itilhel. Iiieniber of th" til III of N W.
Itiibel, fiuhlie accoiint,iiits, met Instant
dculh. He was 24 .vcats of age
Mr. Kllbel had stinted to leave th" car
when It liftid He was Ihi'oun Lgaiimt
llie iron srlllwork of Hi" shaft, which
gave way under his weight. His bod)
fell undei the elevator and h'it Uuwu
Color Conference To-dny.
i o lo r confi'i ences nre to
be given at the Lxceiini i neaire mis
afternoon at 1 and to-morrow morning
at 11 under the direct ion of Miss ISllsa
In tli Marbuiv Christian Hrlnton, art
rrltir. will discuss Spanish art to-dav
Carroll Ib ckwlth. iittlst, will talk about
Viisalllcs lo-iuorrow morning
Allnehiiietit for Hr.eillll,
liepuly Sherin Itier has teieived nn al
lachiiieiii for C..''.oo iiLf'iiriei William L
llul I on, Itoherl C I'ew, I'reil II lutrT and
,loseih M Spellier lis lllelllbers of the slock
holders' piotectlv itnlillltee of the 'loledo
llailvuivt and I. mill (oinpaii), and also
iiu'iiin-i 'he coiiipany in favor of
il Net herlalid, who was al-n a menibnr
i, I the i oiniiiillee, for serviies on tlie plan
if reorganization from llecember I, inio, to
Hilt vli'a ( hnrlly Hall I'eh, Ul.
llie ' lllg Six" luinlers' nrgnnUatlon
ol In. Ill lis minimi c I in r II v ban at Ihehev en
Iv-lhsl Ifeuiliienl Aimoi) on (lin night of
I et.ninrv "I he proceed- will go lo t hi
ho-piial fund, lo be u-.i pari iciilarly lor
il. .loon- i nl.f renins!- lie union now main
tains liedt in live hospitals mid contributes
lo the siuipnrl of mil. 'is President Taft,
(iov. VVilniii and (mv Suler hiivo been
a-ked lo attend llie ball
MaUer' lergei- Annoonced.
tilled l ur.ir Manufaetiirers Com
pany atilioiini es that M Oiinst A Co
ol San I i.iii. 'in o will innsolidate lis busi
ness with thn I nltud company. M A
(iunst .l.Co. ope late facturiea la lamp
Get the New Saturday Habit
Week-end and Enjoy Good
P ictures- Funny Jokes - Lively
The second instalment of the cheerful adventure
of Miss Geraldine Keevey and Miss Bertha Russ
away down on Cape Cod is worthy of Mrs.
Greene's "Everbreezc" pen. Mr. Relyea's illus
tration is delightful.
The pictured story of Saranac Lake's mid-winter
Ice Carnival is full of interest.
Don't miss those half-adozen hats from Paris.
They run all the way from a conservative toque
to one that might serve as an aeroplane model.
The Evening Post Saturday Magazine is to
be the weekly fashion authority.
Did you know that horse-cars still jangle merrily
through the streets of this metropolis? There are
adequately illustrated stories about New York
horse-cars of the past and present characteristi
cally told through Foster Ware by old time driv
ers. You will like them.
There's a page reproducing the best jokes, car
toons, and caricatures of fun-makers in England,
France, Germany, Italy.
The city of Fairy Lights that's New York
is pictured in four remarkable photographs oc
cupying two full pages. The views were taken
from high up in the Woolworth Building and
show the city late at night uptown, downtown,
acrosstown, the buildings, the big bridges and
the distant lights on the New Jersey Shore are
combined in a collection of photographic repro
ductions well worth preserving.
The cover, too, is about New York. It shows
"Washington Square in Midwinter," and is after
the charming painting of Jonas Lie.
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