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THE ;a FRIDAY . DLX EMBR 1911.
WAGNER'S SIEGFRIED
AT METROPOLITAN
w Sconory mul n Xiv liinnn
liildc Add to Interest of
Performance.
MA TZKXAl'KR AS HKROINE
Mr. Uriswold Wins Applause as
Wotan and Mr. Vrlus as
Siepfried.
Wist ei s "Slenfrled" i heard At th j
' 1. 1 ojKilltan Opera House lust evenlnsj
trie nrst time this senson. That the
mid drama In Waimcr's trilogy, with
potent claim to affection In the heart
M follower, was brought forward nt I
f i ,ty a date In the current opera sea
. was In accordance with Mr. Uiittl-
ia.iiin' puriK.se each e.ir of affordtiis; '
iv or more opportunities for tt! hearing ,
before It take It place a a Ihlnl part In '
r performance of the entile tetralogy of
t e ' ISIIIE liter on i
lurRO audience heard the leprosnita
1 "M i.nt reniiic, which cenerally consld-'
' 1 was one of excellent merit. New i
rx painted hy Knutskv of Iterlln
t i. lo an cllectivr setting for the First and
,r.l acts ami complete I the scheme of
it M'Mii, when the nrw scenery was
iiouded for the "Ulfifr" throughout, with
I rw two act cM'vptod,
Moit of the participant In the perform- I
. were those associate! familiarly here
v tn their parts. There wis, however, a
i ..nee of much tmportax.eo tnad In the
-, of lust HliiaiiiJicemer.t. as Mm.
1' i mstail wns replaced by Mine Matze
I i i. r, who s.iiik the BninhdJe for the
1 t f ine In her career.
This singer's opulent beauty of voice
H-.il more especially her fine gifts of lm
p. tsnnaflon In the acting of role calling
fur tingle power and lofty emotion are
won titled to th requirements of the
pi eat episodes In the final scene of the
il -id act. Including the awakening from
s.p bv the kiss, the delivery of "llell dlr
Sonne" and Itrunnhiltlr't Impassioned
s. ic tic In the magnificent love du. t
.lactjues Frlus wai the Sirprteil, and on
the whole hi did excellent Justice to the
mu c Fnnec.fary forcing of his tones
and ihlr luck of perfect polish Infre-tpi-itly
maned the enjovmem of hl sing
ing but his vxjloe was of a so fresh ami
Bid quality Hiid hi imdeistandlng of the
jnutiE hero- character plann.il mid exc
utcd with so much skill on the lines of
until and It forceful expression that the
etithuslasin he arousrd wa well deserved.
Mnrgaretc Ober a the Kndi was new
li the part here. Mr ltelss" .Wlinc was
HK.iln Incomparably line Mr (erlswold as;
the Waudeier achieved distinction, a did I
Mr elorltr a .Ufcrrt.i Mr litivs.l.i. I I
was the ynfnrr and Holla .Mten the For- I
f Hntl. Mr. Hertz conducted
Ainong th"se In the audience wi:e Mr
and Mr. Hus-oll II. lloadle, Jr. Mr. and
Mr. John S linger, Mr and Mr. Or!. ,
wold A Tliomjwn. Mr. Hermann l -cinch.
Mis Mary flitting fumnock, Mr
ami Mr, fharli Mather M tcNelll, M
.mil Mr. Judah II. Saars, Mi. and Mr,
ili.irle P Kilns, .Mr and Mr. I'auldltig
Fnedlck, MT. and Mrs, Jume A. liurden,
Mr. and Mr. (Seorge li. Haven. Jr.. T.
Markoe llobertson and Howard Taylor.
OELRICHS MORELAND.
I errmnny In M. ratrlek' Heotorr
nil llrrnkfnat Hi Hit r-t nrlton.
Th nmldltiK "f Mis Kslher Moieland.
'i.. lighter of Mr. and Mr. Andrew M
Moieland. t' Henry V.. Oelrlch- of this
v and Newport took place at noon ye&--day
in the reitory of Ml. Patrick" fa
ledral in the presence of a small cuin-
"any of relatives f i urn I'lttsburg, Wash
igton ami thl city The ceremony was
Performed In the drawing room of the
lectory by Mgr I.avelle. teclor of the ca
helral, assisted by 1'ather llyine of St.
Tatrlck The room was decoratfd with
palm? and white chrysanthemum and
there was a terniorary altar, to which the
bride walked with her father.
'Ihe hrld wore a gown of white sutln
Milshcd with ilounces of old mint Ince
and made with a long court train. Her
ell of tulle and point lace fill over the
train, which was embellished with orange
blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of
gardenias and lilies of the valley. Among
her ornament was a double strain! of
pearls. There were no bridal attendant.
Leonard M Thomas, brother-!n!aw of the
bridegroom, was belt man.
After the ceremony a wedding break
fast was served In a private dining room
suite at the Hltz-Cnrlton. The guests sat
nt tbreo oval tables, which were deco
rated with pink and white roses and
smllax.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew M. Moreland, Mr and Mrs.
Charles M. Oelrlch, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard M. Thomas, Mr- and Mrs. I'eter D.
Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles de Loosey
' 'elrlch. Mr. and Mrs. fleorge T. Marye
f Washington, Miss Helen Marye, tho
Mises Mary and Sara Moreland. the
Misses Callle and Flora Doyle, Mrs. Henry
May, Miss Cecelia May and Henry C.
May of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. I'auld-
ig I'osdlck. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Iselln,
Mr and Mrs. Mclla Livingston, Mrs. Will-
am Jay, Mrs. Henry V. Godfrey, Mis.
W Ham Hutler Duncan, Mies Marjorlo
"ilrlchs, Henry Coleman Drayton. Charles
Martin and Walter Martin.
Mr and Mrs. Oelrlch left later for a
fNort trlii. They will sail for nurope to
) .orrow nn the heilln and will b abroad
f r about four months. On their return
they wilt live In Tuxedo.
OSTERHAUS DOWNING.
Admiral's Hon la Marrlesl In Wih-
Inston Charob.
Washinoton, Dec. 4. Miss Helen
Huntington Downing, daughter of A, O.
Iifivnlng of New York nnd Washington,
nd Lieutenant-Commander Hugo W. Os
nan of the navy, son of Hear Admiral
"iterhaus, were married this nfternoon
ii St John's Church by the Itev. Itoland
Smith.
The bride was attended by her two
sisters. Allen and Klsle, as maids of honor
Hid had for bridesmaids Miss Marlon
J.etitze, daughter of Hear Admiral Leutlo;
dis Alice lloodwin, Miss Henrietta
I''lm1i, Ml Isabel MnsTUder, Miss Ethel
Speera of Nevir York and Miss Annie
lile.vvea.
Augustus C. Downing, Jr., was best
rn and tho ushers were all nav.il men.
I'lte giii-stH Included members of the Dip
mulatto Corp, official nnd resident socl
Oy. The bride and bridegroom will re
'urn hero after the weddlnjr trip, a the
utter Ih stationed In Washington.
Decker Maaon.
AUKV!U.li, N. C, Dec. 4. Miss Kath
'lino Helen Maaon, daughter of Mr. and
Mi, William Thomas Mason of this
It v, and Dr. Corbln J. Decker, U. 8. N..
Mtitluiini at Philadelphia, were married
mi sikterday. The brldricroom wore
i i full navy uniform. The couple
narled for Panama whence they will
i " lo Japan, returning here In the spring.
Will II U nuerf ord.
WATriiTowN. N V.. De-. I, Ml Kntli-
in I". Ilungeifiird, only daughter of
l and Mm Oiville K. Ilungerfoid of
city, unci Ilurold II. Will of Kyrn
us' son of Anthony Will, were married
'le lo-nlifht In tho Flmt Preshylerlan
luircli by the llev. Darwin F. I'lckard.
The brl(l'alttndanU were Mlaa Jaaal
AN
jjjg. sjjjyp
"England expects every man to do his duty,"
Kimball of this city Mi Itiitb T.nlir
of Mornstnwn. N" .1 . Mi Helen Ittivison
nf Tltusvllle. I'a . Mis I.) dm Taggart
and Ml Alice l-ur.ell .if thi ,it The
bildegroom was .itt tided bv hi brother,
Ixuil Will. Ilric and Hownid Will. Ham-
llton While. Wilbert A Smith and fhiirles I
Hrown of Syiaeue nnd Osgood Il inger- 1
ford of New York. Th- couple will live!
In Syracuse.
PARTIES FOR DEBUTANTES.
Innihriii nnl
I it lny
Itrrt t( litt
of t
Several hue luon ami reeeptimis w.ie
given eterday for ileliutant.. 'Mr. I
William M. rieltm.inn gave at her liou?e. '
32 KaM Slktv-seventli stie.t, a luiuheou I
for her debutante daughter. Mis I.Ida I
Lout"!- Kleitln nil. Among the guet
were the Mls-eM Kalhr ne Ste- le, Mlml
Scott, Marv Cioiktr Alexander. I'lizn-I
betb Kirhti. I.entllhon I'dlord. Man.
Tader. Theodnia l.iio.iuo l.oiii.. ILsi of,
Webb, l.nui Itiitl.r, It. at'i.- ISiirrdl.
Ixmiso Dixon. Vera f'avath. Marguet
and Louise Trevor. Alexaii'ltn llinsiy,
Naomi Andrews and Maty llmnk
Mr. Helen ll..ttle J.nkin of
Madlon avenu" give a d btitante lunch-
eon nt her houe for Ml ltlir.ibeth Mc- i
Vickar. n daughter of Mrs. W llinm lt-ird
McVlckar of MorrNtowu. N. J. Tlio ,
gtiestr Included the Mi Mlldr.d I.n -
nl, Sarah HutUr, Dorothy Audet ton.
riiyllls McVlckat. K-t.lle ltotniti. Mil- t
dred Dennis, f h.irlnttv Strong. Helen
Jenkln. rcnelope, Sars. Ani.ett. I'al-1
low. Helen Palmer and Kve'.yn Kord.
Mr. Kenneth Irazier gave a teeep
tlon to Introduce to socl. tv her daugh
ter. Mis Veronica 1'raitier. at her house.
li Knst rUxtv -tilth stre-t. Iteceivlng with
Mr. Kinzler nnd her daughter were the
Mle Helena l'.-h. Svlvla Hyde. Ktlitli
Knrr. LouNe llerrlelt, Dorothy King and
Augusta McCagg.
Atinther iroptlon wa given by Mr
Francis Flher Fl.igg at her home i:,o
West Seventy-fifth street, for her de
butante daughter. Miss Katharine I'lagg
Assisting In receiving were the M:sc
Jcanette, I'rlsclll.i and Dorothy I'lagg.
sisters of tho debutante the Ml.s
Flora McAIpln. Clulstir.a N'lehoR Laura
Pnrsons and r.llzabeth Hindi. After th
reception tluro was n dinner for tho
receiving party.
SOCIETY CENTRE JUMPS AGAIN.
Jim Snolsil IlestUter Places l nl
Madison Ave. mill Itltli lreet.
Statistic gatliered bv t'ie maliere of
the New York Social lleg.stcr for 1914.
which ha) Just been lsued. show that
tho centre of population of the prominent 1
families of the city I the southeast corner
of
Mnillson avenue aim nixiy lourui
street. Two yearn ago tne social iauu-
clans placed It on Fifth avenue between ,
Sixty-second nnd Slxry-thlrd street.
'- . . .... ..
Tne moi pupm.u --. "i'i" ".-"
Flftv-seventh. which lend wiin ;j- an
dreises. Fourteenth street, which wa
the centro of f.ihi3ii In 1S.I". I the
onlv one nbove Washington Sipi.ire not
noted In the lteglster for 1914
For the purpoe of locating daughters
of prominent New York families who htivo
married Into famllle of other cities n new i
column headed "Inter City Married
Maidens" ppearn In the new took.
BOY SCOUTS FOR HOT SPRINGS.
lira, Mo.llpln Will llnvr Instructor
Sent lo ( oinpnii)-.
Hot SrntNUB, Vn.. Dec. 4. --A company
of Tlov Scout I to b enlisted here, ae
cordllig to an agieem.nt entered Into
to-day between Orn. II. A McAIpln, chief
scout of the American Hoy Scouts, nnd
the llev. Avery Norrla, pnlor of I lie Hot
HprlngB Presbyterian Church, flen. Mc
AIpln promised to send n special In
ftruclor from New York to put the
organlxntlon on II feet. An attempt will
be made to enllKl fifty bovs.
Mr, and Mrs. Dewec W. Dllwnrth nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Illchaid. Jr., both
brldnl couples, were on the golf Hull
to-day. Mr. and Mr. Acosta Nichols
played thu course with 11. C Pearson. S,
Q, Wylle of New York played with Judge
C. D. Itlne, Dr. Jt. A. Illack nnd K. V.
Burke.
New arrivals nt the Homestead Include
Mr. unci Mrs. CI, J, Kngel, II, C Pearson,
Miss H. O, Peurson nnd Mr, and Mr, S. U.
Wylle of New York,
It. W. Ntrnus lifts Marrlaue I.lcenar.
Roger William Straua, a son of Ohcht :
H. Straus, former Ambassador lo Turkey
and n cnndldato for llovernor Inst year,
got a IIcciihu yr(erday to marry Mln .
(Had) a Fleanor liimgenhelui. MIns ilug
genlielin I a daughter of Daniel tiiiggen-i
I. nh.. mul lives nt the Hotel SI. ltegls.
Mr Striiii I 21 vciiiti old and ivn grad-
iialed Iroin I'rllic.'ton iiim .nine iiisiiomo
I at K West Snviiity-lxth strert. Tho
marriage I to tnko place nt tho St.
Hrgls on January 12.
ECHO OF TRAFALGAR
..W-Wr
NEW 'TREE OF LIGHT' PROMISED
t'liriatmns I'rstlvlflrs In MnriUon
Minsrr I Asmired.
Word came yesterday from the anony
mous giver of New York' f hrltm tree
In Madison Square last yea' that their
gift will be repeated thl year, but with
nn attempt to surpass last year tree.
Tho purposs. I to ktep for the. tree a
standard of simplicity vvhloh nay become
a t.."..":ial cuslom
Tlu.e mysterious donors of "New York'
tlee of light," a they call It. have heard
th.il the Influence of last Yuletlde's Christ
mis tree lift" gone all over the country
As a result fifteen cities have decided to
have elinllar tree.
Philadelphia will have It tree In Inde
pendence Square, Chicago In Orant I'ark
on tile lake front, Iloston will observe the
function with dignity nn the f ommon '
and IVtlwlmrg will set up ii tre- In Kriek
I'l.pe There wl'l be others In Ilattlrr.nro,
Kn hester. Clm'umnti, Newark. Wnshlng
toi.. Ilirtford. Jersey City and Ilubokin.
l'i rtlct. Scliene.'tady and Albany the
matter : Keltic llscused
Th. e.ir treo for Mad. son Pqu.irc
will dune from Ime Island lntead of,
the Ad.rmidaeks. It will be the p.itne ;
size as l.it ear, about slvty-tlve feet
till, ii nil illuminated It will stand In
i"e .fpiare irotn i nristtnas .eve utiill .New
Veirs midnight. Thl year there will be
o'lornl nnd band tnii'lr on Christmas
n.ght h well as Christina eve. and there
wll nlo be a children' day
THE SEAGOERS.
llepnrlnre for Hurope and Arrival
Front llurnpr nnd the South.
Sailing to-dny by the White Star liner
Oceanic, for liv mouth, Cherbourg and
Si utl.anipion :
M- Itetlninr-Pitlotl
Mr Kretlerie (J Illrd
HiMtiord Itrnlll.iril
M.Oor and .Mrs A. It.
Iiunti
Sinor 1' rnell dells
Vuu a.
Uein Vol I, Dunlsp
l.itntiifll.
Mis Winifred K. Ilun-
loti (lrmmell
I'fter Aurulu Jar
Mr Ail'Lilde K. John
tin n
W Ayer McKlnner
F Norle Miller
Cnpt llouclM Pen
nan! Mr Lorlllanl Spencer.
A I'. iurlent.
Mnlor nnd Mr E It
WaylniHl
Mr. and Mrs R M
While
lly the American liner New York, from
Southampton. Cherbourg and Wueen.
lown .
Jnme Aletnndsr IMln
Prank 1' Minium ham
Mr and Mrs Slunlrj
J Hails
Mr. K Harver Klder
Dr and
Mrs C
Dili
Alfreil Sdnkes
Mrs A Itooserell
Miss .Msjr Yohe.
Hy the Hoval Mall liner Orotava, from
Southampton nnd the West Indie :
Mr and Mrs P. W TVnnant Le.
lla.l.. II- II It ll.-H, h...
, -f. ", ,, , c .""
: fa ,','n," " l" "
,n rtei j.-rult ,teamhlp Xacapa,
from Cartagena and Jamaica:
V nercholl.
can Cunsul
m.itra
Amerb
l Ja-
l" P Farwell.
R A. II llajc-vrt
Lieut J II Tyler
OFFICE FOR STRAUS CHARITY.
t'hllniilliropUf Take Half a Floor
In Aeolian Hull na llendjnnrters.
Nathan Straus, who Is giving up active
businr to devote his time to htnnanl
tin Ian work, ha I ased through Pea'
Kll man the fiont half of the tenth door
of Aeolian Hull at I'!' West Forty. i ootid
street for use as executive offices for this
wo! Is and for his prtvato business In
terests. Mr Strnus plans a worldwide cam
paign lo Improve social conditions nnd
bring about the universal pnateur.iatlon
of milk fed to Infants.
In yvr York To-dny.
Now York State Conference of Majors,
imetliig, Public Library. Fifth avenuo and
Forty-second street, ii P. M.
Inteiiiotough Association of Women
Teachers, meeting, Metropolitan Life
HulldiliK. ' M.
Hicreallon Alliance, meeting, Metropoll
tnn Tower, 4 P. M.
Fnlverslty Forum. .ludson Memorial
llullillim, Washington Square South, .1
P. M.
Lectin. "Cardinal Newman and Ills
Critic." Wilfred Ward, Aeolian Hall,
a;2i P M.
School Master Association, dinner and
dli-cusalon. Columbia University Club,
c; ;:to p. M.
People's Institute, dlsousslon. "The Im
migrant Shnll Wc Kxcludo Him"? Cocp-r
ITnlon, R P. M.
city pliinnlUK exhibit, Public Llbniiy.
Firth iivemie nnd Forty-econ1 tieet.
rimver llnspllal iiuxllliirv ClirlNtiuas
1 ab
Hole Vi ngton. a to r. p. .n,
St. Luke'a House, baxnar, Wnlilorf-A-
torln.
Hi publican State committee, meeting,
WelUurf-Asloila, 10 A. M,
r!.y ! s-te-vi"P v
i
"CORN BOYS" AT WHITE HOUSE.
.11 r.
Wilson
Hreelrri
VniliiK
Ititom.
(mix t
In lied
ASHIMlTviN. flee 4 Mr Wilson re
celved th Ohio "corn bo.vs" thl- itternoon I
In the Ited Itootn of the White Houe In
place of the President, who I .-untitled
to Ms rixmi with n bad cold.
Miss Margaret Wilson went to New
York this morning to remain until Sat
urday. Senator Chamberlain of Oregon enter
tained a company of men at dinner In
honor of the SecretHV of War The
guest included the delegation in Con
gress from Montana, urigon, Washington
and Idaho.
The Assistant Secretary of the Interior
and Mr Miller, who reiently took
the former home of tho late Chief Justice
Fuller, entertained at dinner thl eve
nlng in honor of the Posttnnster-iler.er.il
and Mr luirbon
Mr Marshall, wife of the i. . Presi
dent, was the mi.'t of I.. - ,.t In:., h. on
of Mr lMw.ird 11. M.-t,r
Se.returv of State lirv in bid n 1 iree
dinner p'irty of ui.n In th. b.tti.riet room
or tne i mii Attieni.in i t,:on iiini.ung
Notes nf the octnl World
The wnld'ng or Mis Marc iret Lu ,i
SchlelTelin. a il I'lcht-r nf Mr. and Mr
William .lav Sehl. ttelln. to Frederick II
Oeltorn of this city will take place on
January II.
The tlrt of the Sherrv dam .- organise.!
bv Mr It iicilett chWoiut. Mr J
Herbert Ji hnton. Mr Udward S Knapp
Mrs. Archil, ild ltog r and other will
take place to-night nt Sherrv ' I Inner
will be given In advance- of tSc dance
by some of the pitronr at their
home.
Mr. William Allen Hutler will give a
reception thl afternoon at her Ii "iiw, H'1
Past Seventy-second tre t. when h
will Introduce to nwletv her second
daughter. Ml I.oiile tintler.
Mr Hiley M c'. lbert will give a dine
lo-nlght nt ''3 Park nveime for her
daughter. Mls Annie (illl.ert.
The first for this sensnn of the St
Christopher League dance will be given
to-night nt the Plaza.
Mrs. William lirosvennr nf Providence.
It I, will give a reception this after
noon fo- her debutante dailgliNr. Mt
Anita i.rnsvenor
The tlrt for thl season of the tier
ass.'iuhlv dam.s org:itire.l bv Mr Wen
dell C Phillips ami oth.t- will take
place to-night at Delmonli V
Jit. Henry M.iv and her son. llenrv
Coleman May of Wellington. D. C.. ar
at the Hotel llothani.
Mrs I'hail.s P iledde will give .1
dance to-night nt the iliilhaui for her
daughter. .Vis Virginia lleildc.
Miss rioton. e D une will resume her
afternoon dunces at the Waldorf-Astoria
tn-d.iy
Mr. and Mrs Out IleNlnger hive re
turned from Ilieir wnliliiig trip nnd are
at .'.Cr. Park avt tille Mr Kelslnger vv i
Ml Mary Lodge McKee
A Colonial fair and sale will be held
this afternoon mid to-morrow in Hm
o.nlsli loiitns of St Math' Church, Sec
I nnd n venue nnd Tenth street The tiilnuct
! will be diinred. and tlie'v will be on
ante arllclr silltnble for Chr'sttna gifts
Sir I!ohett ll.idtl.M Mint I jut v II idllel I
left the St lbgl veerdiv I 'I W.l"ll
litgtou. D. C. to bo the gicst of Lndv
H.iiUleldV brother, ex Attorney-i lenernl
flt orge W. Wlrl.erlinin. and Mr Wlcller
1 xliitn for tho ChrlflPia ltolld.iv
, The II lioness de Hopp cave .i recep.
Hon vistcnlay at her home. 112 llist
Slxlv-llrst trect, for Ml. Ilepjiuiun Har
rison. Mr ind Mr. Uoelet il.illntln nre the
Sliest of Mr and Mr Frederic dlll.itlh
at the St. Itegl.
Them was n meeting of tho Junior
I League yesterihiy at tho house of Mrs.
I Charles Henry Cnter, .11 Fik'
Thliiv-revmith street The odlcers
ei.teil for the season were1 Ml
'Mary f rocker Alrxaniler, chalrmnn.
. Mis-i Maud Coster. reiretiiry and
Mls Mnig.iret Setmi Porter, treasurer
'The nunil.'il etitrrtaltiinclit nf th lengue
will take placo on January l. ami i..
Ml. Cleveland II Dodge will give a
dance for Ml Fllr.al'Cth Umninn nn
JanuaO' "
Mis Ada Itivco lr.iv will give a
luncheon at the Colony Club on Dcccmbo
2!.
Mr, and Ml. John P. llllfnrd nnd Mips
flllford will leave tii-umrrnw for It.illl
llioro for .1 vllt of heveial ila
Ml. Chatle II. Ahxamler gave a din
per hint night nt her house. 4 West
Flltv eighth streit, a tmall dance fol
lowing. Mr. Joseph Pitliiier Knapp hn retuun'd
from Newport to 217 Filth avenue. Sho
will give on December 22 n thcatie paity
and supper for Mlua lnttlhon (lllford.
'A MAHLER SYMPHONY
; BY BOSTON PLAYERS
I'r. Curl Muck Gives the I.onp
Composition Without Cute
of fierieke.
V.KMJTY MTM'TKS T.OXM
Produrtion With Few Ideas,
hut a Vast Amount of
Sound.
The H,vton Symphony Orchestra can I
to town again yesterday, bowed this t!m
under tho awful responsibility of a
Viennese evangel In music. The pro
gramme for the second evening concert,
given l.it night In Carnegie Hall, com- j
prised Just two nuniliers. to wit, the
fifth symphony of the late Oustnv
, Mahler and the violin concerto of Peter
1 Tchalkowsky. The former of these
j two cnnisiltloti occupied the ilrst hour 1
j Mid twenty minutes of the concert, not to i
1 mention .is many Instruments as could be J
.conveniently crowded on the stage The I
I latter r.-'Pilrod li s time, demanded chiefly
I the violin of Fritz Kreisb r, and on the
whole left Its heareri In a more comfort
able frame of mind
! Mr. Mahler's fifth tnphonv came
down uioti thl city like a wolf on the
fold on February If.. 1?n!. when th"
Iloston musician performed It under th.
d creet and continent direction of Wil
lielm i.erli ke T).! cond'i ior made some
lnte'e-t fg cut :n the i re. but Dr Carl
Ma.-k. st. rti CaM of the baton that he I,
restored the full outpour of the composer's
fate The work whs tlrst heard In
! C. I.iwne in It'll and l4ft.-r th" ttrt move
ment tlio audi, tn e wns silent After the
lat on.' the"" was much applause and
some hissing.
aires nf Applause,
People do not his svmpbottie in this
country Furthermoto It would have to
be something more fe.ufully nnd wonder
fully made than tin work of Mr Mah
ler's to evoke an expre-ston of ilts.-itt-
.faction when plnved so m.iKtilni ently n
i tin niphonv was last evening There
wis a long ealvn of iipplau-.' it the end
i and In .Muck cail-cl hi plner to rl"
ami bow. They nobly eat mil the honor.
I and the first trumpeter In particular ought
to have recelvil extra p.iv
A v.it ilr.il of pother ha been made
about the niphonu of Mr. Mn'hler, and
we (onfiss to a leal viiiputhy for till
coti'pn.'!, who 1. boted o patiently, so
painfull!, and so long at a time to con-
si rui t sometime Important Some peo
ple call the filth the "lli.llit Sv mphonv ."
I'll the proud ommentator who tancy
nil ' " r,'f,'r'" " content must be ml
'''".taken, the name surely refer to It size
The work Is divided Into three part
at d tlvv movement -we h.nt almost .abl
tnri'e act anil live scenes, u oegins wnn
a fitteral march In C hnrii minor, than
vvhlih no mulc lover ve.ultl polbly re
..ill . more hollow and tenuous piece of
symphonic pompor'f . The tlrst alledro
follows llnno dlnti . thu placing the
funeral ni.inii In an npproprluto position
a it Introduction.
This tlrst movement ha nn theme which
rises nlw.ve tho level of the commonplace.
Nor I there In the working out Motion,
that part of a sonata form movement to
which a i.tnyi-er Is e-upp.l to bring the
lushest Illght of 111 skill In mu!il de
velopment. :iu thine but tu-tentlou con
vlomerntlons f dlfcords and fanciful In
stiunientatlon .th mute on all the h-asse md
1 1
wni'i iri all Hi" ;-ing, with minor
le.s-oiids luirl.sl from lop to inttom of 'li.-
o ig" a'id l-.ifcer!aii titt. ranees fot t'ie
, fiba. a jx.-voi- tlf sivund Is prvsliic. .1 Hut
! that t-p" of .'t.stle trti'ture awk-
j nt.il
deTll bv tnusU'.ll writer l fot
n.it.f ..f ii Ttinrc .ii't-it.I. t..-iil .i rt-.-' i-
t. -to'ite there 1 eotblnc that should l..
t'lonoiit.i ed iinvthin better than l'4i.iie
at It worst.
llemlnelrr f MJ phlia.
Tie e,'.x(rt pa-t .tinsis's of otic niovc
n.ent, the scherto. which In this o.i I
written a slow waltz. Tchai'w k
havi' set tnij fahion. Mr M ib'er in
celved the promUtnic plan of ideallzliiR
the Vlei'.n.-se wult. ti hi scliet o Hut
acn'ti we ire c oifroti:.'.! with tile fll'!.'
latsirs of Sisyphus. At times on" can
fancy n I'rnte r waltr. that hid fallen
as. ep and had disturbing dream.
Th.t third iiiul last part has two move
ments, an iiilnti. llo In 1'' major and a
Iltiale in i undo sliap. tn I ni.ijoi. The'
.olucl.llo s (he run! enr.iiKltn; part of
the svinpliotiv It ba no l.nite Inspira
tion. I i,,l,l at times It slips Into n in'til
. ti.es of It illan oivra Mvl. . but t i
llii'iit. inclodloiin and siraluhtforw ml It
ha a superbly planned lristriimeiit.il
-l I mii-v: In the lower cale. and a It I
written for the strlm; throuithout It af
fords a lov,l I'Oitit of repose m the ii'dt
of the general turmoil nt tnlriinirntation.
The tin. lie ha a f.'irtH'd nvton. wind'
1 the wot ll of a well sihoolt.i
tnuli'iao an I the coda I .it least en.e.
live ll'tt hciiIii the bear, r i confronted
with a paucity of ideas onl half dix
KUlil In nn i mh irt'iissmeiit of listtn
nutitnl t Iches To um up II 1 the plain
tinlh tb.it Mr Mnhl.i bud not much In
siiv Pi tn. work nnd o.'cupli d a wotnln'ti
time lri !v it Hi manner 1 ponih-r-on.
Ii unit, i" iiniuiiidet able
The Moloist m the Ti'hai!(owl;v violin
cone, i to, s nlieady hold, wa thut I rill v
Itrcit artist. Frits Kreisler, who was
In mil with pleasure bv the lame .imPcti-"
im.l w.irnil applnilde.l Hut discuvi..n
of his performance Is not nee, ssirv nl this
I tin.
Ilii ii nd Players.
Ilostika Polly, one of the Polly sis
ter, who is il.inclnir thl weelt t the
I'liity-tilth Stieet Music Hall, is Kiiltn; lo
lludapcst, Humtiiry, next month lo dance
nt Ihe Jli'tropole-Htpheuni The Dolly sis
tnts are I liinui i Inn, nlthoiiith born In
tin country, nnd thl- will l the first
t.nio th.it either tins appeared In her
fnthcrliiuil
Tim sioiy of the arrest and ttlal of
Mendel lb III In litis"!;, him been aiitmn
t ize-it by Theoilore I'rlebus arid will b
produced by William Fox at the Acnlemv
of Muo on Picitnbei l.'i with th author
.u the title lole. Ihe turn ha been the
basis of a pl.iv nlrenlv done here in Yid
dish, but Mr Fox will Klve It Its Ilrst
Ihuillfli presentation
lvlnw .1 Fil.iiik'ei. wlm nre ptndnelnK
"The l.lttle Cute" In muslc.il foim at the
Now AmiMd:mi Thcatie, have Invited
I'yrll MiiU'le, the IliiKllsh netoi, to select
hi own patty for a spiclal pciforinaiice
nt n data to b decide I upon later Mr
Mnmlc pnuluced the play In Loudon In its
liam.itlc fot in
The iinntiiil beta III pi'rformiince for the
No' Veil it Anil-Vivisection Society was
held yiMtiday afternoon ut the Curl Thu
aire. Theio was a liirHe attendanre to
wliiies an excellent bill, which Included
Vlimnla Haiited, Orvllle llnrrold, Juris
llnlii', uirln .loliiison, Allred l.ottlmer,
Ml Wlnlfied Miisnii, 111 lice Mcltae, Hov
el l.v SltKre.ives, Not ma Tompkins, Dlsm.i
' Yurke, llleaiioie Haencer and HUhui.l
! lllltllT.'IS
III, 'liens l.rnuue lo Give HrneHI.
The American Plckeiu, Leiicuo will ulve
II si'cnnil ntinuul benefit at the ll.utl
Theitro on Pecetnber 1 1. It Ii tho In
letitlnu of tin, leiiRuo to clve a number
of s.llar enteitalnnieut In tho city and
elsewhere to rnlo money for the endow
lileht of "Little Nell" beds 111 various bus
plUU.
American
I
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!!
i ;
ii i
.vlevdison qu.tr douth, Stw York
important Unrestricted Public
This Friday and Saturday
Afternoons at 2:30
On account of the dissolution
of partnership
The Very Fine Old
English Furniture
and other Antique Productions
Inrlmtlns
Beautiful Specimens of Wedgwood
of the
Cooper & Griffith
Collection
The sale will be conducted
i
i
i
I
l.lnl hi Mi. on,, Hrrnri t
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgrs.
H 2 .Id street. Mmllenn S. South. rn lurk.
WILLIAM C. DE WITT DEAD.
.Ileelr Ihe Orlitlnnl
lirealer .evvr Vierl.
Ilrnfl of Ihe
I liMrler,
William C Pe Witt who made th
orlirinal draft of the ilrcat.r N. m Yc k
t 'halter, died ycsleid.i tvei.itie In In
home, 127 lle-nvseii str. t. HriM.kl.vn
of hanlennii; of til" ait.rle lie Is stir
vlved by his wife, Mrs .Vlara II I'e Witt,
and a son and datuht r.
lie iraie.l hi anc.str.v back to John
!. Witt of Holland. TJi rck l'i uien
!' W.;t. a .ou.:i i'I John lie Wilt, lame
ti Ne-vv York m l:17. b.iv.tiic .is ilc
lendant Mal lv Witt, I).. Witt v'lmtnn.
iloveiiKii of New Yorl. when the Krl
t'attal was finished, and I'hnrle He Witt,
of whom William t'. !' W'itt wa a direct
descendant
Mr. lie Witt wa horn in l'aterson.
N. .1.. in Ivlii. and with the evcptlon
of three vears in ."-auirerl'-s. X. Y. hid
l.ved l'i H-inklvti sit., e he was vear
old. He wa Khidtiat. d from i'I.iv ermi.
A.aUm when he was la hii.I ctiteieil a
law o'hve in X, w Yorl. .tv In June.
lve',1, he was idmltted t.. th. 1 at He
v is tinted i Vrporntlon l'oiitii.1 of tin
old cit.v o' llrooklvn In t " Ai the
conclusion of h: term of ulllcc he n
tere.l Into a 'aw partrrhlp with Hen
jatti'ii 1. Tra. who w i Sr.-r. tar.v of
th Xav und, r IV. "Ideiit Ham-on lie
tv. i a -le'.cnt.' to.verv I i.'inocr.it.c Stat,
.otiv rvticti from 1 v ell to 177 iiiid .icain
III 1531 He pies.il.d OVel tile State col
velitlnll in lv.n ami vv.i a delruate to
severe! national conv i nt.on.
Tin original draft of the it re-ate New
York I'h.irter w.i r. v is.-il by th" I'lmrt- r
It. vision I'omtn.ttre. of which Mr. I c
Witt whs .1 memb.r.
Ilr. Itleheiril I ninth (.reriilcn f.
l.vwiiKvi-r, 1. 1. I" l - Ir Ul.hard
Ornnth Urcnleaf wio uas fo- tnunv
veais a prominent pliji.'lati in l.rnov,
.Mass. died v..terday at hi home In the
e'.euscn ii v. He was ' I y ar old Ir
H''ecnletif canto to Lawrenc.' -ihui nftel
be retired from ncuve piadice m I.-nov.
and lived hero for about vear. He l
survived by hi wife, three son. Louis S
of Albany, John i. of I'odarhurst and
lllchnrd I'rniith ilncnbaf. .Ir. of New
York, and a daiiithtor, Mr. Willlnin
Adam of New Yorl;. The tupcnil will
bo In Inox.
Mr.
W.
I.. I. I.letine,
l'r.vivi ir I'. N ' l'e.' I Mt
lllennov. wife of I. I' t.lenti.
i:
tlt.'.l . .'II. I. !...' .'.',' t .I'd of
II.
! t
dls.'.ise I s c' ' k' t i'o ho'n .
St. II., avenue . Sli. w is l"ii in N u . li.
X Y. on Aucust i'. Iv'.o She .i
tieiMirer of the woman auvili ir.v bo it. I
of the Muhlcnbtri: I !..-( ;. pield. in oi
tli Xeedlenork Hlllld of l'llintlcld II.
nl s li. r liusb. it'.i two s,.fis utvive h.-r
losepli Y. I'lev eln nd.
Fv-i.rsos. N .1. Pec I Jo-. p'i W
r;ev.Iiiiil president of the ,b v elund
Hardware C"inpa!'v died vfterd.iv t ' is
home, S7S lliinnlw n . ailed '13 vears l.
wii a dlie, tor of the First National I'.ank
and th" H,r. .It, 01 Trut i'otup.in lb'
wa president ol the l'at, rsun 1 M i A.
t,ir twentv vears.
Vlra. I hetrlea V
Ml I.OIl. se Wis-. II.
. Wl,'ll,
wile of Fllarle
i Wtsscll. ,'onimiS'liiiii r ol .iter Supplv .
(lis and Fl.ctrlcltv ot the lloiotinh of
ij'ieens, li ed . f i .nn i r vit-tordav .il her
home m le Ivoven tt,el. Foi.-s Hills,
liiireii lloroiich She wit veil' ohl
llelib In r linsbnti.l. two sons and thm
ihiuithter, sutv.ve her
CLIMB TO MOUNTAIN SUMMIT.
Willie illplnlr Sojiiurnel s I'.tllee
IkiIIiiii iiHiincr ,'iitliet'.
W II I 1 I S III I. .-' 11 x
Piv I W l'i i1"1 " i
tner ii.it' . 1 t" 11 1 i
New i .1 ' libl e r 1 1 tel 1 1
summit "I li iti Mountain
drove toll' 1 nd I the .
b.ol vv.iv up end It. imped 1
Mr nnd .Ml l.edviiid 1
. li s - W
Vll .
Itell.l'l Ml"l-
l'i
I
f -he
. the
'there
load.
1 ("III
W ' ll'
It I l.l"C
he
ok 1
llllllllll
II, who
lire i-pcti'ltuc. their lioucvin 1 leie. went
to th" Minium with 11 p.irtv In. ItidltiK Mr
ami Mis H M Allen nnd Ml. F I
.Mllluild
Mi. Flnien e'arv ended a thrre
months
At Hi .1
li'lltc
vllt here t.. lav iitul wnn m.s
ICchoe si.ntid lor llaluii" i" ,11
Ni York
Mn I nlir nil,' I. From llnrope.
May Yohe, ilivoicd wife of Lord Fiau
cis Hope, nrrivid v eslii d..v by He Stiie'l
,1,11 luiei New Yoik. I nun Smilhaiiiptoii.
ChcrbourK nnd iiieenstow n
WIIXS AND APPRAISALS.
Mattiifw .1 Fimiiit.
ist FtKhti itilh stift
nun hi will vvlt'i this .
my fhullllni; off und
ho a ed at
011 Novctitln'i
..ine . 'In 11
behlK "t sum I
w.,.,1 I" .rn p.n-
111. the tl.spoH.t "II "I
se?eil 1 desire li follows" He -,.,!. "1
deslie nil care I" li m v I; . and
left lo Ills son HI. ' ,-d "fiv . aim
souvenir." lb ' ft ! - 'st lie to
mi as a
frl.-ndii
and iclit.ve
VlCTOIt M. OkIIOHN A I Oiliest of the
will ot Vlitoi M ii-:orn, lnwvei, who
died at thu Ahlui- Hotei 011 S, ptcp her .'i
leav '11! uiri'Nl.ite "f SH'i'.i""1. wa tiled :n
the SurroRite' n'tice visieidav, In n hldi
It wns nlletfed that noil" tne piopert) (
bi'li'iiiri'd lo ll'in. ''in .ill w:u in', lied h
hi wife, I'eni'lop" Piuel Osborn. who hi
bee niticnuipi'li'iil for simir. c,us iluilrii;
which tlnii' her propel ty ha ! 1 11 ludei'
thu control nf her hush iml. Tin' IVnphi
Tlii.H Foinpany tlloil the contest 111 iieha'f ,
of Mr, nsboin.
I'n.iiii.i II. 1 1. Smith. Mis lit Smith ,
tiled 11 petition ill the rUirrojt it,' s olllce I
yt'hlcnbO iiShlllK nn 11111 1 cv n aiinn
It'll ITS Ul llllllllllisii 11,1011 oil 11." -p,.- w
ilhurl- II. 1.- Mm th to his widow, Mrs
Isabi IU F. L. Smith. Tho petltli ni r nl
lone Hint the eilale ha Bliriinli finin
I'.'.ooO.iiOO lo ? I, 'ion. nun sine, pun and
lll.ll IH 1 II"' K .llUK '111 IlK'OIIlK of ISO
i a month provided in tho will Mrs .Smith
. replied tll.it ""' ''-lain was .ipiuaiseq i
onlv S5N.0UU iital never vlelded but
liiciime. Sli" lld he had only tl.i.iom
personal property and thut altho 11 1 be
owned mail) par ela "f real est i'e
I heavily mortgaged.
It Wil
Art Galleries
Sales
; On Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday Afternoons next,
Dec. Sth, )th and 10th, at 2:30
By Order of Mr. James Keresejr,
Trustee, and a Committee rep
resenting the Creditor
The Very Valuable Stock of
tNc vtcll kn,jvn (irm of
JohnT.Keresey&Co.
'I'hi Mi:, o pniucii i' Ihe rsitn
h'.J' Khu-h nil hit thr noMeel
iws- i o I seem (,'nn anj inrfw
sue " VIIK TIMKS
"Hi null 1.1 putt sue.1! os only
ivoiiKiuMdfu rottic on the Markit "
Tll I'KKSS
. tllo'lrtfed stalnctie
nisllrd nn lecrlpt ol .Ml irnl.
by Mr Theme C. Klrb
FRENCH AND
GERMAN
BOOKS
Grammars. Dictionaries. Ml Linguigts,
Brentano's
5t lie. t 2l!l SI.
rts Icrk.
CHANSON EN CRINOUNE.
I'lrst for Ihe eiisn or VI r. tlnvvl.es
vrorlh's nt I lie I'lntn.
The tltt for thl e.isoti of M It. V
llawk,swo! th' ihaiisot.s en ,'f.noiine a'
Ira. led many lo the ballroom of tile I'laxa
veter.lay m.irii.ui: There wero sons
inrfc-itlv tf i ho I'rlint bv Mi Ma. a
hie. oli:aiio. Mt Sophie ISiaslau. , on
It ilto, a.ul ll.if.i.lo H r. tenoi Mis
l!u;ii .-t li "il appear. . i "i ..in( of he
. h.ira. ter.etic dai. 'c The st.ia,. m.is ei
to represent an Oriental scene a 'id the
a'tlet were all in co!U'uc to . or-espond
Nahnti l'tanko. otilnstra plive.i for
some of the v iic.il numbers ,il ,,lo f,,t
the .1 mco and llruno llulm wa at the
pi.ino
Some' of tWo tn the auillcn.e were Mrs
Moe T.i l-.i l'i, tie. Mm, 11, -ir. do S u
. n. M- lelwln (oMild. Mr.- William il.
I! 'ol'n,"'. Mrs. l'li,i'!i II. Th.erio'. M -Will.
am Alien. Mrs War-ci KeVina. M
At tie .l, ".ti nu. Mr John T. T. Jr.,
Mi. I'larenco lirav Iiinsniotc, Mte John
I llo.kcfclli -. Jr. Mrs llenrv M T ,.
ford. Mrs I'lnllp A S Kranklii.. Mts A.
Martoti HcplHiii'. Mis, Cot,!,.!.,, I lephurn.
.Mr ileorcc Ma-.-hall Allen, M , l,or.une
Mien. Mr, elcorne Hi ant Mason. Mrs
llari, v T rr.vtcr. Mr. Alfr. I N llcadlo-sto-i,
Mts J. Horace Hardins. M-s Maud
A l.ela'id. Mr 1! A i' S'tnt'i. Miss
.Margaret Smith. Mr llentv W Marsh
Ml Vera Tower. Mrs. A Murr.iv Youtm,
'Mr. J. II. Kecne Tavlor, Mls Iiototliv
K'i'ciie Tavlor. Mr liober! I. Ilurton,
1 Mr litllial tt. Schrocder. M-s Henry
I'aris'i. Jr. Mrs lr.i Harrow. .Mrs .1
I Milton (loetchlu. .Mrs William J S.'hall,
Jr. .Mr. Arthur Curlle. Jaun. Mr. 1
I.lvlHKton I.tidloiv. Mr John A Illack.
I Mr Frederic do Zaldo and Mrs Walter
H Ja'llef
i
.vi t'ie n't o- tne-e ,"i... t .
' . fs in
lii i I'om-
1 ', .'. 'ill'.'- 1 ? M s:
I fail! W 1. .Ip'it'.ll
r
wa .r I
COPELAND SET BRINGS $112.50.
e I i:,mllli i
It I nil feature .
il I oopee
lirltlilh nle.
In
lo pi
A'nei .
h'Khi
.less...
".11 l!
A
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I I W i
se V . " of
i ii,1 i ,-ie
rd.iv tin
'heli, ml
. lll.l le
! i .1
i i
1
t cel. th centurv It sold .i Mis II ker
tor ill: .oi
Wot., -t. i to,, set r tiluetie'i pieces,
' : tl.em d.vor.itc.l in" v n
leave and Krnjies on a white nioiin.l we'll
to M- I'hlppen ror $.'. A .l.--.:t
vice ot .iiton, ihvoiated wi'h ,,'ti.c. t
'1 se stvle of llou.'hcl. sold to S -l;i "t
Piincnn for 5r.7!in. and p.ut ot .i Spud,,
ditin. r mtv i,,-. in dark blue, with Him
llsh v on, wa pur hiisi'd In M lin,
for 07 "O
Six St.irrordshire plate with lit itwb
views sold to Mr iitnicid lot f ci .. il
i white salt uliio.1 p anot .1 II. e I
lisii eiirtit. . -i t li cnturv ni.iiiiita. t u.. s-li
In Mile White. .Ir , for 5 IT :.n
The total for thu session was $ ;..s (, c
make th.. i'o.r . liritlitli sale tc
date l.1..M'.i The W0.U11 o.., ;.i , ,
Shifl'lcld plate will be ol,l UiS after'uioti
I
I'rof. WniHi'liI
Honored xlmt.id.
Word leachisl tin
clt 11 11.! Ft it . t.
..is! i.ivht that tin. F"iv. r.i
the .111 lent so.il ef I. afllllK .
confined lo'inU) the d".:i..
of :,, red theolouv upon Frof
II Wii'lb'li! of the ch ill ,.f
iv. r.n i l'tn
In
Holland
or ,1.. 1
I let. Jam
v -.tctiian
tlii'oh'C! nnd actit it p','s,,, t of pi m,, ,
Semtratv The o. .-.ision was the relet-
Hull bv the tllilversari of tl ntf 1 1
of its retoi at lull arier Hie IVoi.ti K. 1
lilt Ion
MARRIED.
II .M H I.U I. IV- t.OVN'K - tn -.infi lu
l-i'(i)bri S. at All MistM I'hurrli
Nt w It . t! 1 lirv M 1
1. it ' l'ow i.Nf tu Mar:url dum
.liniBhtfT of Mr mA Mri WUUftm '
l.w of Ne? York. t WUHu il l.wm
MUtltlt-rTllU of SiTi-iiton, I'a.
1)1101).
ai.i: vs'iircri cm uv.i i-niay.
t'ie. t nit.i r
IMH Jivuie't A Alevan-lsr,
In his Uttri
par
Futier.il .srilrs st hi 1st reslaripe, 31
Wi.r Ssveti, .eirh'ii strsst. on Krlitay
Ii... imli.1 s, nt 11 A vt Interment
L.i'irrl lllll ,etntry. I'hlla.lslpliU
lll.l.NSFV - Sn.hh.rilv. M l'l.ilnlUiit. N J
In-, .ruler I l'i.'. I"vi, I. wife of W I.
e itt-'trir In hsr C 4 tlv vsrir
Fun' ,1 srrvl.'e lit hsr l.t resl.lni'. 0
HtshM Kistui. I'lutnftrhl. on Saiurds .
Iieeeinper I. ill I P M Interment
liriv.ile. In ilrreiiwoo-l Femslnry
lilt KI7N t .1: A 1". -On ThiirsiUv. Iiecsmesr I
nt Laurence, U I. Hr. Illchnril ("
i.rrenl. .,r. In hl 'tli !.u
I'linerHl l Leant. Miles . nn .loturdsy
P. 1 etnl'.T i'. upon the urrlvsl of th
'i 0 . h"k train Irnm New York Klnd'v
emit llo'.iers ll.islun papsrs pless.
ropv
vlFItllll.l.. i1" !"'nil.er
:. 1313 nt li.
Mass, WIMIam
residence. In Pepperflk
lluirhlnsnn Merrill. M.
Ih,. f:hi
j eur of his uige.
Funerxl services rrldsy
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