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THE SUN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
HEARD ONCE MORE
furl Hnuiii Has a Groat Success
in First, Apppnrancc
MM. CAKUSO SINGS WELL
Mine. Destinn, Mine. Hcmpel
and Mr. Scott i Also
in the Cast.
Meyerbeer's opera, "The lliiRiicnntn."
was repeated Ht tho Metropolitan Opera
Houic last evening;. In the days of
Mntirlcn Genu's management tills work
was made tlio occasion for tho disclosure
..f treat star cants. .Sometimes the
prlets were raised and In spite of the
Increased tax tho public crowded the
home and Ku.cd with the deepest Inter
est upon tho entr'uete promenades be
blrtl the footlights of tho linn of celebrl-
tit. It wns Indeed a gallant sluht to!
iiiltold annex. Nordlca, Scmbrlcli and
Mintclll and Messrs. .lean tie Heszke,
lidouard le Reszke, Scnttl and I'lancon
raratllnR before the curtain.
At the tlrst performance of the work
this season there was a large audience,
but thnt of last evening was larger.
It was said here on the previous occa
sion that Mr. Oattl-Casazza found him.
self unable to offer such an Imposing
array of artists as thut named above.
Hut In one case at least a solution of
tho dllllculty has been found. Carl
Ilraum, the German bass, who has ap
peared this season In several Wag
nerian roles and who was readily ac
claimed as a ureat Hayrn. made his
debut last evening as an Italian opera
singer In th role of Marcel.
His Impersonation was one of high
excellence. Indeed, It ought to be. t-ald
without hesitation that Mr. Uraun Is
one of the finest Marcels the local stage
has held. Ills costume wnd makeup
combined with his height to tnalto him
a commanding llgurc, a spUndid picture
of the rough and devoted old soldier
He hang with tremendous breadth and
virility, and yet In the sustained phrases
with a good legato. Ills enunciation
was clear an'l lluent, though a German
sccent was noticeable at time". Ill
conception of the part was Jut and it
vtn carried out wltn real power.
The other mcmbsra of the cast wcr
the same as oefore. Mr. Carus , 'hn Ii
naturally the mag';rj of every perform
ance, of the opfrn, was at his be-t last
evening and at no other time this
season has he sung better. Mme. Hem
pel and Mme. Destinn were hrard again
with pleasure and Mr. Scottl again gave
llrtini'tltm to tho rule of llr AVk'm
Mr. T'olacco conducted with go! Judg
ment. Frederick Weld's llrcitnl.
Frederick Weld, barytone, gate a itcital
of songs yesterday uftei noon at Aeolian
Hall. Mr. Weld 1ms been beard occa
sionally In concert In this city ami be
might easily be beard oftencr. While
he certainly has not u voice of the ilrst
Importance, It Is it very pleasing one ami
well fitted for such a purpose as that
of yesterday's matinee The tones are
usually free and the scale Is well equal
ized. The singer enunciates well, phrases
an a musician should and delltcrs bis
songs generally with understanding ami
expression. Ills mastery of llorld st.le
whs well displayed In a hunting souk
from Fielding's "Tho Vocal Kniluint
SEEN IN GRAVES ART COLLECTION
fair of Jewels, I'lirnllrirc nml Paint
Ins Ilralnn To-dn.
I he Second part of Hie nit i oiled miii. ol
.lohn L. draw of IJo-ton l on exhibition
in the Anderson Art tmllerlcs and will be
old to-day and to-morrow, with both niter
noon and evening sessions. It iniilt
of blue and white and detorated oriental I
porcelains, jewelry in French. Italian "HI;
ln,llt. -..I I , .... i.uhiniilM llirilillire ullli '
paintliiiis. Tim paintings are uiainiy inoti
em works, with a few decorative canvases
attributed to Woiivennan, I'oii'ein', Franz
Wnyders, Tunlete, Van doyen. Sutler
inana. Pierre Mlgiiard and Nicholas Maes.
Among the American pictures are many
that are painted In u manner that' must be
legarded in these post-Impressionistic day
as classic. Them U a large canvas by
Albert Werstadt. once very much talked
about and said to have been Queen Vic
lorla's favorlt landscape painter Ills
Picture Is of the "Callfornian Uaks
William L. Sontag has a large canvas, n
nictiire of thePelaware Saier ibi. foitu
nately painted l-or llie adtent inio I he
le2inn of hotels, 1 he puc i still Ull-nl-Hed.
the fth hawks liover aliove the canyon
in undisturbed treednui. wlille the two nr
three riiitlt-. on tlie foreground bank have
ihe air of venturesome dlMOtertrs bum
ml Colman Is unotber American who.,,
effort to render a grandiose seen" of lakes
and mountains. "In th dliondacks,
l'i8'-es he. ause of Its sincerity
"'I hn Dying War Horse," by Gerlcault.
is one of the most important canvuses lit
i h show The white horse, with Its gay
saddle trappings or blue and red and gold,
in bullet-pierced and III Its death agony
V. Clarkaon Stanfield, an Kngllsh artist,
L is represenieu iiy a u!'-uimi" ii.-i n.
A peasant In a piratical costume Is seated
.Jt ..'.!.. i,AUnv. ,,n,lu tVid Im nf nn old scow.
roiullni. lints A sb for tile boat ItUlld-
rs and apparatus for that picturesque
rade cunipleto the decorative arrange
ment Another Englishman. Itichard Won-
iiigton, haa painted a mnai un-r.igiisn
.eerie It Is a "Wondrous HtorV told by a
languishing ciilrrahsler in an Inn, 10 two
emotions! young persons in hwis coh
iiitnes One of tlm best painted land
- caps Is "Tim Homestead. by Joseph
Weis., a contemporary Dutch palntei It
is rull ot light aud gooil color
The lewelry and curios Include many in
leresnng specimens. An ancient Oreek
uilt llorchln Is said to hnvo been unearthed
at Mltvleiio. It Is the ornament or a King
inil la an example of very anclont Oieek
work. The gold necklaces with crystal
pendants, rajah rlnga of rubles eot on a
diamond pavement, gioen garnets sur
rounded by fine rublea. and many scarabs
and earrings of filigree gold, echo un
mistakably thn Eastern tnMe,
Among th curios Is an tJshabtl. said to
be original and dating from HuO It. (, An
I shnbti wa an "answerer. ' that was burled
,.ni. it... ,loort When railed to lifo nm n
in the Fielde of the Illessed by Oalrla the
deceased found ho waa eipected lo till the
lund and In fact earn hl living. .Now, as
i his idea wan eitreniely repellsnt to the
ileh of those days, the priests Ingenloiislj
tirovlded these ''answerers to respond lo
.lI-li. MBll lnilrt nf the rich deceased
person. These stent very costly and only
i be verv rleh coum anoru in nave u-
- Th. nrauniil Mneelmnn has. It
must be confessed, decidedly worried er-
Some ol Thai Wao Will Sail To-
star' (or Knropc
KoJlin lo-rty for Jfavre by the French
T. Warren Auerbach Ur. and Mia. Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Albert Gug genhelm
tlm. u....nn nMJ II If 11 nil
Brand "Wri. S. II. Mr? and Mrs.'. Ch.rle.
Hertron raiwara natnanu
lira. Daniel Baron Robert I Jtham,,
MlaaCaiiranDeld Pe t rr M r ironnell
Mr. and Mm. Wblmry Mrs. It. v . MeCreidy
O. ('ate Kugrne Hollln
klra. William II. COIIIna A. I.. hjlttMer
K. A. Umery Wlllliro S. I Sloan
vlrf. Reach nranl Mr. and Mr. Albrrt I!
Mr. and Mrs. ft. V. Smith
.Si- mini r b.ll.lache
'Now. Mr. Lntenmer. Will You Answer a
DANCE FOR MISS LAFLIN.
(iltrii l.nm Mxlit In Ilie llallriioiu
of the (tiitliain.
Mr .lohn l.aflin gave ln-l nislit in the
billinom or the Hotel (lotlimn a iluinei
dancp for her daughter. Mls Llleti Ijililn i
.Mis l-uttln, vtcarliu a costume of unhid
saliu combined with pale blue spangled net,
received with her daughter who wme a
costume of giceti chiffon and white allli
'I he dinner was sorted at several table
which were decui.ited with spnng Itotveis
Iheie was mulc bv a Itiisslnn urihcMra
and after dinner there was general dancing
Allium; the guests were .Mr ami Mrs
Augustus l!oei. Mr. and .Mrs Hit hard
('lain-. Mr and .Mrs Wnian Thlaney. the
.Misses llcinnr llergstrom. Antoinette Klliot.
I.lttbcl Barnaul, Margaret llomatis. Settle
.Mitchell. I tbel Mltch. il. Miujorie Pollock,
Kdlth I'liilllps l.oiim Mipier iitiin vie
r.uilll I ii 1 1 1 1 1 J' i.,iiiui .iiiii.-i ihiii mi
Keiiiia. Vlrifinln .Mt heuiiii. Mane ' Dunn-
hub. '"" , l" "';. '" i' , . i,l tee f the Htandnrd till fompatit III i num. Me was n member or the Iicuu-
Hi'ld vi!ll.ln? i'a viitl .lr "-.hn lllirrli 1 " 'nt to CHIchko to Lecomi- prea- dorean Senate, and b.aldea bflng Mln-
t'hailei. Wiitfht. Traiik i'aif.-' Kraiieu. imiilil, I Ident of the Mtand.tril Hit ltnp.ili of Ister In this country lie had aened In
()nald Jinieuli. William 1 liuiuii-on, M-i Indiana. There he wa In thaiKe nf the I tin- same cai.irlty In Mexico aid Co
bert Meiivei. . Ha llrlstol, I ImriiM tti'il. : Kreat leflnerle? at Whltinc. Inil.. unci he I loiubla. He retired three years bko and
tr, Vlwi'r'1 ' 'imn' ' i'",,.?", i'"!,' in."i, , I ''ad the supervision of the pipe ; made bin home In-Washington. He wai
!Ald,r;.t.,"e,,,!!v 'lomrtrielll: I " ,hlr""" Mr M"rf-" 'a- v.slnB In .New York when he dl-d.
pher llettlelt and Mali uliu hbeelmu I '" ''harKe of that pait of the l oiininny s I
1 business when the line nf i;9.'jti0,00o ,
i was lmno-ed bv .Indite l.aiidls Ktamlep Karrlncton.
SOCIETY IN WASHINGTON. '
I., iini.i.r nf lre.llent 1
in noni.r 01 j
i. Mis. Richard
Tnwnsend mtertnltif .1 to-night
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OI l-fsiulll ami .iin. in,.
ir,iriv.r,.iir iiuests at dinner and ulKiut :on
wer aKe fuV V'iuusJcVI."' by '
rbe art sts who gave the programme
me artinis iiu "'. ' ..
rtlsts who gave the programme
enorlta Hurl, soprano : IMmond
ten r. Senor de Sigurola. lry-
of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany. ami K uagemnn. tuanist ui iim
Peabody Conservatory of Music.
The President nml Mr.'. Tuft will be en
tertained at dinner to-morrow evenltiK by
Chief Justice and Mrs. Kdward U White.
Tho last entertainment to b given for
President and Mrs. Taft before their ie
partnre for the South will b.i a luncheon ,
nn Monday give,, bv Secretary of the
Tteasuiy ami Mis MavVeagb, who w I I
have the members of the Cabinet and their
wives to meet their retiring chlrf. 1
The Counsellor of the i lermai. l inbassy'
dinner this evening for a party oi jnu ng
people, Including MJss Taft and her cousin,
Miss Anderson or Cincinnati
SACRED AND PROFANE ART.
Kxhlhlllou of Uronae Ba-rellef at
The exhibition of the works of O. Carlatl
at Oorham'e. Fifth avenue and Thirty
sixth street. Is frankly called an exhibition
of religious and profane art. wiucn oesigna
tlon may puzzle some visitors who ate
word "profane" In this Instance, to reassure
everybody at once, means "worldly ' It
has nlwnys figured ns a iiiuinr uujrcine.
upon Furopean works or art, most noiaiuv
upon Titian's famous "Sacred and Profane
I.ove," but It Is not often so used In Amer-
slunnr Carintl is a medallist and his ex
hibition consists of uiedallio bas-ieliefs of
various sizes nml designs In black nnd
white for coins, nlacpips and inonumcntH,
many of which weie seen in an exhibition
In the Numismatic Snclctvs iiuiiiiiiig.
in. ruilnj.,iM i.l. m w Ml lie cons tiered i n
liest work 'I hey will he acisMited lor tho
ecclesiastical uses lor which thev were no
doubt designed, because, the. lellgious leel
lug In them Is genuine. 'I he woikiiiansliip,
on the contrary, is nut. iiisu nan eiicu i ne
modelling Is direct and simple but ex-
The "profane'' pieces, which Include de
signs for Pulled Slates coins und medals,
medals for aviation, bravery, Ac,, show
frequent lapses from taste. Ihe shapes
of the plauues and medals are unduly dis
torted, for most of the work follows the
stylo that was known some years ago as
art noiivoau. A languishing woman elands
beside a clonk st retelling out her hand
lazily toward thn timepiece, which Is
labelled "Stop thou!" A man and woman
embrace, and the title is "(llvo Me, In a
bronze irSwell the simulated manuscript
In metal lours Itself In tho air to make ii
support for the penholder. 1 liese viola
tlons of the eternal verities uro hard to
forgive In any language,
F.ualgn Jersey In Wed on .March 10.
jiackensack, N. .1.. rcb. :6. The mar
rlage of Knslgn Chester C. .Icrtey nnd
Miss Irene M, fthodes. daughter of Ml.
and Mra. William M. Hhodn nf New Or
leans, will take place at tho bilde'n home
on March 10. l'luslgti Jersey divides his
lime between the league Island nav
vard and the warship Kansas, Ills mother,
Mrs. Louise 8. Jeisty, lives ut Huck.cn.
JAKES A. MOFFETT DEAD.
V Ice-Preslilcnl of the Mandard (III
Co. of Nni .Icrsc).
James A .Moffett. lee-presldent of tlie
Stniiilatil 1)11 Company of New ,'jrsey,
, ieil yesterday morning at l'.tlm Iteach,
Kla, wheie be was spending the winter
with his family
.Mr .Moffett was horn in Pocahontas
county, Vn., in ISM. tlie son of George
II. and Mnrgai ct Hcale .MolTett. At the
age of l'i he Iff t school and went to
work in the oil business at Parkersburg,
W V:i He was made a superintendent
of the plant when he was 20 years old
and hn remained with the concern for
fourteen years He then camo to New
York, where bo entered the employ of
the Pratt Iterliilng Cnmpaii) He ad
in-. 1 1 ii- i,ipiii rirjia iiniii nr uri aiiic i
";i mi'inber of the mnnufitcturtnK commit-
vanced by laiiid steps until be became
111 1!M" Mr Moffett came to this titt
to enter the board of director of the
oinpany in .New jerse.t ;
nml a year later he tetumed to his old
liosi in inili.ina hollowing tne ili utli or
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J J,mJJ. "T'l
I nuUIIHT t'lll I.IIIH I 11T1HI.I iiv. iiim in.
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'western Peniitvlvan la Pre Line Comnaiiv.
nou nern ripe .me t. o nipatiy. uie south-
' " 1 v" en- "'V'T H1,,e Co"",i"!5"'
j h 'if"' ' ",0 1,;"'e Company, the
turek H,hj taetoy the New
iork Trunflt Company, the National
Transit Company, the Indian Pipe Line
Companv, the Crescent Pipe Line Com
pany, tho Cumberland Pipe Mne Com
pany and the Uuckeye Pipe Une Coin
lany Mr. Moffett was at the time of his
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1 1 i 1 t3 , ,ff,u mTr Li mi.- i- .
i iit Miivivfitf nun
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Soutben, and the Virginia societies r
David F. Crane.
Hoston, Feb, 2. David F Ciane, for
more than half a century a practising law
er, died to-day ut Kast Somrvllle aged
Sii. He waa burn In Wayne, Me., and
was graduated from Watervllle College
in l&Sfi. For a time he taught school In
Maine, but later enteied the law office
of Wllllnm Pltl FessenHpn l,i li.,rtl.a
where he studied until he pnssrd the bar.
examinations. Then ht came to Hoston, ,
where ho engaged In general law prao-
tlte. lie Is Mirvlved by ttto daughters.
Mnnly A, Ilurnbnni
Manly A Hiirnhiun. who died at bis
home, 21.1 West Thirtieth street, on Mon- , family connections about Philadelphia and
dny night after a brief Illness, was pres- was pinminent in business and social clr
Idcnt ot tho corporation of Huinliam & ' cles. ills wife and llvo children suivlve
Phillips, tailors, ut 11!) Nassau fctreel, for
twenty-ttto years. He was born in this'
city in I85S He started In tho mer-1
chant tailoring IiusIiicns in Fultun street
tblity years ago. ills wife, one son, i
Ilarnlil A llurnhnm, and three daughters
Hilivite him I
Wllllnm II, llr; I,
PlIII.AIiKl.l'IIU, Feb. UK. William
lie) I. a member of He) I Urns., nnintifac
tuiers of syrup, died suddenly to-day at
his home In W)newood, Pa. lie had been
u member of tho I'nlon League since 186,
Pl.AINHKI.n. N. J., Feb, 26, I lai old Ser
if II, it patent lawyer In New York, died to.
day at Ills home Iii North Plalnflcld at the
iiko of 61 years.
no was norn in urooK-
lyn. Since IsTO he lived In this city. Ho
served for one term In the City Council,
vviih a metnhct of the Plulurteld Country
Club and of the First Huptist Church.
Ills wife, three sous and two daughters
survlto 111 Di.
Nutv Hrunsvvick, N. J . Feb. 26.
Thomas W. Morrison, Inventor,' publisher
and editor, died yrsteiduy In the Anne
May Memorial Hospital ut Spring Lake,
nged 05 years. He hud been a patient
Ithrie slncn last Thanksgiving Day, Heart
trouble was the Immediate cause of bis
dr&ti. Mr. Morrison was connected with
I the New Urunswlck J'lmtu foi t y yetits
ago. Later he stalled Plalnfleld's tlrst
dally newspaper, the Yrica. After he rold
that paper to Krank lluii)un ho interested
himself In new processes for multicolor
printing and photo engraving. About fif
teen )eatti ugo bis wife, who was a MIsa
Dixon of New York, died, and Mr. Morri
son went to llvn at the. Hotel Marlborough,
Aabury Park, where he made his home
until he was taken III. He Is survived
by his brothers, Henry 1). Morrison of
ew iota nun tieorge vt. .Morrison oi
Uiiulon, and his sister, Mrs. Clark Dlllen
beck of Philadelphia.
t,nl Felipe Carho.
I.uli Kellpe I'rbo. who was formerly
Kcundoreun Milliliter to the United Htatea,
died on Tutuday in thla city. He waa
(!. vrnrs old The funeral wan held
eMtrdny III St Matthew's Church In
Withhlnpton lie lmd been Prime Mln-
, Mi r hhiI Secretary of Slate of Kcundor
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'"r llfterti e.tr lie was it newspaper
Ttniivrowv, Feb. Kvander Karrlnc-
ton. T5 teara old. one of the beat l(non
,iniKgit i Westcheater county, died at
his noma In .North Tarytown this mornlnp
or biom hial nncumonlii. He was at his
1 . . . . . ... .
, oiisines.-i yesteriiay unn was siricKen sua
ueniy insi nigiu. .ir. Harrington was rsirn
n, rieitsantv me, rt. v.. anil waa a teacher
in tne sieepy Hollow and North Tnrrytow u
' "'r V"? "
ireneurer oi inn village unn organizer
f St. I'uul'a .Methodist Kpiscopal Chunl;
, ml W1" l-oMiuaster or North Turrytown
Ills wife and a son survive him.
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Clement I.. Pollock.
Boston. Feb. 56. Clement L.
a well known newspaper man, died ud
denly to-night at his home In Dorchester,
nged 4" Peath was caused by a blood
cioi on uie nriiiti aikjiii a nioiiin uco
I tell and broke one. ol !.!.
kn, . slm.n ,,, r ha(1 ,, ro.
lined to his bed. Ml. Pollock began his
newrpaper work In 1SSS a. a .eporter
for ,nr N"w v"rK 1,"or''' "em from
m10. Ul ,c Nnw Volk hh,,tin.,
Mr llpfirxt Htartfil
. . ... - -
the Huston .tiemrrin In this city In 1904
ft Jt7 lu asm " 'u,veo
l'laiicis nibbons, 61 yeurs old. an acini,
who was taken fnnn .1X9 Hotvery lo Belle
vne Hospital un Febrtur) IS with a coin
poiiiH fi-actuie of the right leg, died lat-t
night. He gave as his nearest friends the
Actors Fund, James J. Armstrong, a the
at deal agent, and John Gibbons of 408
West Twenty-ninth street.
HtSTos. Pa., Feb. 26. Henry McKeou.
..Mator uf ICastoii from 100S to 1912, died
, to-day of pneiimoiila at the age of 61
ycats. He was a son of the late Thomas
, McKeou nf CMinden, N. J.
He had large
The wedding cf Miss Joy Wrrthelmer,
daughter of Joseph Werthelmci, aud Hom
er Htrassburger took place )esterday
aflrrrionu In the ballroom of the Hotel
Ht. Itegl.s, the Itev, Or. Samuel Srliuliiian
of Teinplo Heth-Kl officiating. The cere
mony wan beneath a canopy of palms,
Raster lilies and white roses. The bride
was attended by the Misses Mabel Hnsrn
haum und Allco Werthelrner. MIsa Kllcn
Strassburger was tho flower girl, Lionel
Htrassburger waa best man. The ushers
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bcr. Hoii'-.b,.,.,.. 0u:tave Htrassbu'rger.
.,.,. --,, ,..., ttoii.n.i.r.
After the ceremony there was a rtcep
Hon for relatives and Intimate friends.
Mr. and Mrs, Strasjburgcr left for a trip
to the iiuiUh.
Washington, Feb. 2. The wedding of
Miss Marguerite Stuti, daughter of llr.
and Mr" John A- Stutz, and James D,
cltonnn, son of Senator and Mrs. Clronna
of North Dakota, took place this evening
nt the home of the bride's parents. The
rtev- J. K. A. Poermann of Grace episco
pal Church officiated. Only the members
of the family and a few friends were
DEPEW TRACES TROT
TO THE CAKEWALK
Palm Beach So Advised by Him
After a Study of
STOTESBURY CAR ARRIVES
Down the Lake for a Dance to
Rotary Music Early Tar
Palm iH.ach, Kla,. Keb. "I have
heen watching this cake walking with a
good deal of Interest," said Chauneey M.
He pew, addressing t,.00 people at the
Polnclana cake walk last night, "and I
should say that the turkey trot was prob
ably evolved from It, or I would had I not ;
lead an Interview with a dancing master
lecenlly In which he ssld the trot was the
only natural dance, all others being un
natural, My 'own observations are that
if It Is not natural, then It Is close to natuie "
Two minutes pained before Mr. Depew
could get any further, He was greeted
with an uproar of laughter and handclap
ping that became violent as it continued.
Mr. Depew concluded by saying that even
at Washington, with the inaugural ball
cancelled, they can't get rid of tho trot.
land that next week Taft will trot out and
i Wilson will trot In. The latter, he said, Is
' entering the White House In one of the
greatest eras of prosperity the rounliy
his ever known. When the former hen
ator said all good Americans would agree
that Mr. Taft had not been fairly treated
theie mis prolonged applause.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward T. Htntesbury ar
rived to-day in their urlvate car and are at
the llreakers. where thev spent their honey
moon a year ago. They have 'n to Ha
vana over the oversea extension of i lie
Flagler road and Intend to remain here
during the rest of the season,
William Hamilton Dlsston's place several
miles down the lake was the scene of a quiet
beach party to-night given by K. Clarence
.tones to a small company chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bhevlln. They left
In launches at o'clock, Betting on the
strand In front of the Dlstton place In time
to sea the sunset over the water and sit
down picnic fashion to a supper served
from the Garden drill. Then they danteU
the turkey trot all the evening to phono
The additional guests were Mrs. If Bram
hall Gilbert, Mrs Walter ttvitohn. the
Misses Jean Allen. Moia ftrous. .Margaret
Goodrich. Hazel llllss, Dorothy Olbb. 1.11b
Gilbert. A. M. Kennedy and H S. Hartshorn
anu Aiasiair .mci;ioiiu, amuei iisocock
r hjll. Carroll ItoberUon.
tl Kdward Kennedy
Ins joined .John K l'IU
Fred inman, lloger.
Inles t aen7er an
t .tfihn 1). f'rlminins
ffurAlft. mavnr of llostnn. n counle of tint's
ao at a cornerstone laying of the new
Catholic Church at West Palm Heach. where
both made addresses.
The llrst tarpon was taken yesleiday
In th famous tatpon llshlng waters of
Charlotte Harbor lay, on the west coast.
hy a (enest of Tarpon Inn. t'seppa Iflnnd
lie Is .lolin .Morrison oi .-tew ioik
Is ttto weeks ahead ot the record.
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
Reason's Klrst Fox Haul Will Takr
Place on March ItU.
Hot Kpriko. Va , Feb aa. Follotviug
the offer of Ihe Government to supply the
Stales which apply for them with elk the
Fasaefern Hunt Club lias arranged for the
shipment of more than fifty and will stock
Its game preserves with them.
Tate Kterrltt, the club's master of hounds,
has arranged for their transportation tit a
cost to the club of more thuti Jl.ooo Tin y
arc on their way hero from the Vellot, stone
Park. In a year from next fall thn game
laws will permit them lo I mi hunted during
March 33 has been set as the date for the
first fox bunt of the season, whicli will lie
held at Faskrern Farm under the auspices
of tlie hunt luh.
The tea hour is the social part ol the dsy i
this week at the Homestead Visitors who i
daily giither nroiitid tlie tables w bile I be I
S o'clock concert Is given nre Mrs II. Hrotv-
ster. Mrs Brodl-h .lobn-un. .Miss .Marie
Johnson, Ml-s Dnws. Mrs 1. I lllncklet :
Mr ami Mrs. t J Hyatt Mr and Mrs I Ml-Cnreme Carnlsul for Cliarlo. ;,.,,... ., ....
Wright Wrown, Mrs ltred Hender'nii and , I AHMSTHONO -Alonio n. ajed M. Serrleet
Or and Mrs. John I. Weeks ol New Vol k, Fur the benefit of the et Sule 'uvcnile i "THK yt'NERAI- CHURCH." :il Welt
Mr aiidMrs Uobert K. Cassatt, Mrs Wllllain . ,., ,b lllnntpM f Mvlelv will take p.ut i Trnty.blnl (Frank Campbell Building).
SSSr. M&'lffiKflwfe;; . ' " Ml-rarvme can.if.il , Tburadv ev.nln,, o'clock. Automob...
Nellaon, Mrs Adolpb Hofeiigarten, Mi- ito be held lit Sherry's and then- will be tonne.
Theodore W Heath, Mrs Jolui Con- , HPX Pra Nfial dames bv Ml ulid Mrs ui.A.vcil.vrtD-At Uablon, U I. Wadni.
; "s Sr IV'.iilr's in.1 ?M, , ... i0M' liHiigdon l.eei. Miss Justine Ingersoll and dsy. Ffbruarj 26, C'apt. Alvab P. Blanch
Herman Heremn'nd Mli's'orac,- Uerclm, . (irosveno. Fowler Ml ha -e been Invited j ar.l. In hi, 70,h year
of Philadelphia, Mrs K S. Ileynold-llltl of ! to come in fancy dres 'Jn're will be .ouce of funeral hereafter.
Washington. Mr. Cliarlt Palmer of Uelioit general dnnciiig with miisii hy 1-ranten i ,, Mond.T v.bruarr -I un Thao.
and JuiTuti WaUh of St l.outf orchestra and the stippei will be served. ULims.-on .Monday. ebruary .1, ms. Tbto-
Among th'oe who have taken the vn mile 1 In tho main restnuiant ... dure Areunah.
drive to Clifton Forwe this week, one of the Mnoug the member of tho committee I Relaltrei and frienda and membcre ot De
most picturesque drives in the neighbor- foi the entertainment are lluwland S, j Koreit Council, floral Arcanum, an la
hood, leading through k(lrows (lap ami , Pat is, Kdward s llroekle, i harles A Klcli-1 d (0 at,fnd ,he ,un,rtI htt Ult
SnS'aV;; ln?r,Nsn.ra!,rsnrn,leM ! !uUfm,bricV,ff.l m. fXiX I TyTTr
flakes of I'rovldfM e. who conneetwl there ' M Meyer. Pero Weeks. Uitonlo t.ao, Jr . Thuraday. February . '7. 1113. at . A. Mo
with the Seaboard Air Line on Iheir way Flint lea King and Frnest S llallatd ! Ilienv lo Ilia Church of Our Lady ot Oood
to Palm Heach. Fla . where they will spend ' i Counsel, Putnam avenue between Patohen
Mnrih Kefnre leiivlllff tlieV elltcl t nllleil at
dinner ut tlie Homestead and in the Jiipa
nese room for l)r and Mrs Ira) Hinsdale
and Miss Jean lliti'dale o I'nilsilelpnin
Mrs I! ellson mnchlev ni icirh v, , . .. . . i n
will ! joined in a few cluvs by her lsler-in- 1 Dnimmoiid I.)all of this tit) and l.ell
law. Mia Louis Nellson. and Iiei sunt. Mi , poll, I. I . in liotiert Miii-mIou "butt nf this
laiwrflice Mills of New ,0!k Dllier- w In; I citt and Moi ristu u, V 1 ,'iie- I. Mill.
...II rri. .Vinrtlt- nr. Mm Vtllllnio Pvernril i I... Im. nut i,t lifi.ll illtllilillt'iMl to socelt.
Strong of New York and t.)nfrecl Hlddle
and (inorgn A. Ilutui ami puttv el I'lilla-
rrlvals lo-dav Include Mi and Mis
Louis Clark, Jr. or New Ioik und Mr-l-'iedenck
A. Straw bridge and .Mrs flymci
llrooke of Philadelphia.
Weather at Ike Winter Braorts.
Kinoston. Jatnalra, Feb. 26. The
weather to-day Is cloudy, with a tempera
ture of l,
Aiken, S. C, Feb. 26. Fine weather.
PiNCiiussT. N. C Feb. 26. The weather
is clear and the temperature GS.
Notre nf thr Social World.
Mrs, Henry Clews will give a dinner
Mr. mid Mrs. T. J. (Ultley r.hlneliiniler
and their sou, Philip niilnelander 2d,
will go to Liikewood, N. J, on Saturduy,
to remain for several weeks,
Miss Dorothea Taylor of Itichmond, Va.,
Is visiting Mrs. Algernon S. Sullivan ut
her home. 16 West Hlevcnth street.
Mrs. Kdward N. Hrcltuiig will give a
dinner to-morow night at the Ht. Hegls,
lnfter which H. Ogllvle Ditvla of London
wilt lecture on his experiences In Tripoli
at the time of the war.
A sale for tho benefit of tlie Mount Ivy
Summer Home will bo neifl this afternoon
at the home of Mis. Charles II Coster,
ST Hast Thirty-seventh street Among
those who will take part are Mm. Lewis
H. Morris, Miss Helen Coster, Miss Kllzit
lieth Cutting and Miss lllsdya Pell
.Mr. and Mis. Marcel Htelnhruegge, who
recently returned from Kuropc. aro at
Port Sewall, Fla.
Mrs. Bdmund Le It. flardner gave a
luncheon yesterday at the Gotham for
her daughter, Mies Anemias ii. uaraner,
and afterward took her guests to the
Hudson Theatre to see "Tho poor Llttio
Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones nre nt
Sir Itobert P. Hobbin, Lady Kohhln and
the Hon. Mrs. William H. Montague of
Canada are at the Vanderbllt for a few
Mrs. Wlllism Armstrong Orecr gave it
dinner lsst night at her house, D6 West
Mrs. Edward A. Manice gate a Ml
Careme dance last night at her house,
100 Fast Hlxty-fourth" street, Among the
guests were several of last year's debu
tantes and a few married people,
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York.
This (Thursday) Afternoon at 2:30
continuing; Tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday
Afternoons at the same hour
' The Veritably Extraordinary Collection
Prince Kung Ching Wang
, Uncle of tho Lately Deposed Kmpcror, of China
This (Thursday) Evening at 8: 15
At The American Art Galleries
Tomorrow (Priday) Even ins at 8:15
In the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza
Piftli Avenue, 8t'i m 9lli Strict
By American and European Artists
CollccuU by the late
J. M. Lichtenauer, Esq.
ON PREE VIEW 4 A. M. TO i P. M.
The Sales will bi conducted by
.MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY of
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
4 and 6 East 33d Street. Nadltoa Square Bosth. .tw Terk.
ALFRED NOYES SPEAKS HERE.
Armaments nrtorr Cliurrh
Alftnl Note", the i::ikII1i poet- I
ttrt lecture hfre t'itctila It wits'
nn miiimrisin and thosu who beard It wetoi
of the American Chuich Peace Iaquc. Mrs. i
Klmer Hlaclt. the vlicpresiueiu. nuu bskwi
SO of the New iU meniners, almost
to niett Mr .Noc nt n retention hi
Shiny's , ,
Mr. Not es did l.ot mince words when i
he crltlCed hi, nat.te country for n,
dnrlnic to tulto lie flr-t step III disarm- (
"". Kuvope movln, !
around In it vicious circle. This is a
heart shaUltiK truth to civilization huh (
to humanltv. In KiikIuiiiI v.e nre strength- ,
enliiB our armamenta because other n.t-
Hons strenRlhen theirs; anu otner nautnis
are strenathenltiK their armaments be
cause v.c nre streiiKthenliig our.
"All the (jovcrnments are frankly de
nlrnlls of llmltlns; their military expendl
Hires, yet our wonderful civilization with
all ltn resources rioen not seem able to
111.1.11111 hIIkIi this end.
"Kurope cannot afford to throw these
billion Into the pit. Huioraj ta on a
treadmill nml cannot stop bectuse no
prie ilarea to bo tlrst. Kurope la belli
whli led around like a wheel with ever
Inereastni; force nud all we can do Is
grease the axle
"i:nd It must All the laws of nature
demand it Tlieie was a time when
une wua rclatltc.lt .1 coud tlilliK Now
war is a dead tliilic War is out of,
"We luai subtei ranean muttering an
over the world nml civilization will not
be wise If it stuffs its cars with wool
or gun cotton "
Ilefoie be Rave his lecture Mr. Notes
read three of his pocmii I hey were or
.,. x,,ri, . i,la talk
in. J. ii.
, i, h,,0Ko afltr Mr Notes Mig
gt'stetl n.at perhaps pan of the poet's
inspiration had come from his wife, who
Tllss Kntherlnr lv. I.ll lOnuaated,
I he engagement Is anuouiieu of mi
. .,h.pl. ...i. d,lt.),tr. i ,h
i,f spent much nt bei tl'ue in travel unci
iibiimil Mi Shaw l ill Hie banking
I.... Inn. at ft. Wull wlieel Hint Is it lllellltiel
nf seteial ss oil known clubs No date lias ,
been set foi Ihe wedding
In Nrr Vnik Tu-dny.
Aeronautical Society, meeting, 2D West
Thirty ninth street. S.IH P. M
Mass meeting In honor of Dr. Joseph II
Hertz. St Norfolk street, 8 P. M
Second Woman's Industrial lixliinmoii,
nnenlnir. Crnnd Central Palace, nil day.
Maor'a Market Commission, henrlng. 53
t.lherlv street. 3 P. M.
Metropolitan League, annual dinner, .
Aldlno Club. T P M 1
Meeting III aid of Tlicsdalonicn Insti
tute. Herkeley Theattc. 13 West Foil),
County Medical Societv. public lecture
on "The Mental tirowth of the Child, i
17 West Forty-thlid street. H.30 P M
Lecture by Prof. William Hamilton.'
Labor Temple, Fourteenth slicct nnd
Second nvenue. S:1.1 P. M.
National Civic Fedratlon. discussion ,
or vacation work, Herkeley Theatre, 3 j
Conference on pool parlor problem, Hast
Side Neighborhood Absociatlon, 1st III
drldge street, 4.31) p. M.
Wagner police committee, hearing, llalli
of Hecords. 10. .11) A M.
Persona aufiertog from gen.
rral drbllliy. thin la Seah or
with poor blood will lerelve the
irrateit broeAt from uilng
The Oil ued Ut this prepa
ration we Import direct.
The tame of the oil Uoter
come la this coiubhstlon.
Large Bottles, $1.00
12 Bottles, $11.00
,7 th. p. c ' . n
n. l. ucwey . owa.o s -
makkiis or pi in: mm:s a mitpr. ji ici:
(15 rrs In llutlnrssi Our Ouarsntre,
ian Fulton St., .. . Kgg Harbor, N.J
MISS KELLER AT MISS HOLT'S.
liuFRl Mrvt aud
Mlii ffrlen Krlkr wbb tlie cueM ot honor
yesterday afternoon at the Imt of a Mrle
of recentloni. held bv Ml Wlnlfr..! itir
t IP- house, M Kast Seventy-elirhtli street.
Ml Keller was accompanied by her teacher.
Alt - H, Sullivan Macy Amone those who
lesponded to Mlsi Holt's Invitation were
.iho are Interested tvltli her In the
oik Association for the Wind, ilo
Ml.. II..1, ,l....u .. .11
(l )(, opc),ni of lf ne. Uailtho.t,a In'r
,r esterdHV afternoon she tonvemeil.
ttttii tneaiu or .Ml- Macv, with ranny people,
AsslMlnjr Ml Holt were Mr. 8eth ton-,
Mrs. Kdvtard II. 1 Incji and Mln Uemeen.
Barnard Girl In Tableaux,
MudenU of Hwrnard Collejre yesterday
afternoon uate u i-eries of tableaux repre
senting national and historical events both
In this country and abroad to aid in ralsInK
money for the new building- which llarnani
hope to erect neu year. Only members
ol the college were admitted to the enter
tainment, tthlcli as lamely participated
In by members oi the two upper clasn.
About aim ttere present.
UOOIinonr TOI.LKTT Maurire F. Good
body. on nf the late llnbm Uoodboily of
lUledon, .V. J . to Nellie Jant Cullttt,
ilnuglurr of Mr and Mrs. Uavld tV'ells
follett, on February ::, 1IS. at Kan
aa City. Mo.
VHOMAK ST. JOHN. Fred Gate Thomas hi
l.llllan St. .lohn. at the Church of Jlei
slah, by the tlrv. John Haynrs Holmer.
on February :t, till.
inn lU'jh avenuee, Brooklyn, wheie a
aolemn mail ol requiem will be ottered tor
i lie iepoe of lui aoul
nirri.nrt -On Felnusry SS. Nanc Mills,
wife of Harold It. nutlet
funeral teitlcei t the (.'enlcnnl.il Chapel
of Si tleorge's Church, Hlutt-sant
."inure .siirl nlktrenth strcrt (east of
Tnlril sifnue). on Friday, February 2.
ls.CO'A Jl. Interment PlttsBald,
(.AMI'BKI.I. On ilonday. February :.
1D13, at her realdence. Miller read, Mer
rutown, N. J,, Kmma Loulaa Flald,
widow of Alexander Campbell, la the
ttih jtt of her age.
Funeral aertlcei st Trinity Church,
Newark, N. J , Thuraday at JiU P. M
i Interment prlvata. Kindly omit flowers
! CONK. At Orange. N, J on Fabruary it.
1913, Jacob Cone, In hla 7th year.
Funeral services will be held at hl
home, 2IS Highland avenue, Thureda).
February 27, ut t P. M. Interment prl
tat Cincinnati, Ohio, papers please
l.l.OYD -In New York, on Tuenda), Febru
n O 2i. In th 3ot1i year of her ase, Su
eaiiiie l.l ingatoii llrr?u, wife or Nelson
.McAllister l.lojU, ilaufhter of the lata
Charles K Ins and Mary I.lvlagston
tlrecn of Trenton. N. J.
I'mieral uertlcea will lie held at the resi
dence of her brother. Henry VV. Oreen.
IiS VVeat Htte street, Trenton, on Frl
ilsv, February St, at 3 P. M., on the ar
rival uf the train learlng the Prnnsyl-
aula elation. New Vork, at 1.01.
.VIOFFKTT. James A , at Palm Deach, Feb
Funeral eervlres at his renlilence, ill
West Setenty-ernnd street, New Vork
city, at 11 o'clock, Saturday morning.
.MUIU'HY -On Tuesday. February H. Daniel P..
Jr , In hti e 1 at year, at hit residence. Tens
llr road, Knilenood. N. J.
Solemn man ol requiem will be celebrated at
St Cecilia's Church Frldsy, February 21. at
10:30 A. M. Train learei Erie Railroad,
foot ot Writ Twenty-third street, :o;
Chamlxra ttrcel. 9H3 A. M,
H I : I ( 1 1 K I , I . At rialnncld, N. J. February
:4, 1913. Harold Serrrll, In hla Slat year
funeral servlrea st hla lata icitdencr. Si
Myrtle avenue, North Plalnfleld, on Sal
iirila. March 1 at 2;30 P. M, Interment
prltate Carrlagea will meet train leav
ing font of Liberty street (C. II, n. of N.
.1 I. New York city, at 1:10 P M.
D K VMaTA IIHI.
1MBULANCES (S&VJS) &?A
. "c-onTaTe.rent' carrledrflati r'M.o6"snl
sin.ooin Uanhattan ana aaceati uue uitiiat
FRANK Ei GAMPIELLi
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