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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, lj)14,
DR. ANNA SHAW WINS
rroliiiiinnr.v Vntp Lpnves Iilltlo
Doubt ns to Outcome of
GUNS IX X. Y. OUTLINKI)
SAsimt.uc, Nov. tl. Tho success of
t,. i. net headed by Dr. Anna 1L Mhjw
t- ,a afternoon In the nominating primary
I. avm little doubt n to the outcome ot
i ,b election in the nntlonnl suffrage con
t.iion Monday, slnco tho votn was
fit I.dvo Miointli to settle every office. In
ti mscs of the tlrst vice-president anil
t e recording secretnry, there wan con
sideiably more stri'iiKth shown by tho
ki tl-Shuw eti'nu'tit than In uny other.
The winner In the notnlnatlnir primary,
i.i ,. l.iiilnn to Dr. Shaw, nrel
l Ice-president, Mr. Stanley Mc
to "ii. k, Illinois.
Sim 'ml vice-president, Mm. Desha
lire hiMiilcUe, Kentucky.
T iril vice-president, Miss-Katharine H.
Iais Niw York.
Cotrrnpondlnir secretary, Mrs. O. H.
lti-'MrillliR secretary, Mrs. Huan Fltz
Ti. muter. Mm. Henry Wade Itodgen,
C m .client
1- rst auditor, Mm. Helen Outhrie
s,..ni.d uudltor, Mrs, Medlll McCormlck.
3 ill -i .: -
M J iu n Gordon, one of the two
pirn' rights leaders from I.oulslntiu,
i. ,ii Mi otes, will be In tho election
M.. against Mm. Htanley McCormlck,
who ic.'elviMl 03 vote to 197 for Mm.
ntzc'ul.l, It In a notable fact that only
i nndtil.ites from the uxtremo Houth and
t'ie extreme West made any showing at
.Ml nu.iltit the .Shaw ticket, and to some
,t .r.ilu.iti'il .there might be a lineup be
twi" n these two sections, a thing that haa
l-en s'mngly hinted at before.
Th.it the convention is not tired of Dr.
flh.iw for the presidency was evidenced by
the quick den:h of tho nmendment pro
viding that Jhe tcnuro of the president
should he limited to two year. Dr. Shaw
Is urutng that tho annual feo for ntllllat
Inn organizations such as women's clubs
ih"iitd be Increased to $60, but that no
sd li lonal representation should b al
io ed for fear that they might finally
In an address to-night Mrs. Raymond
Brimn, president of the Now York State
arancmtlon, told of tho Kre.it growth of
suffraKo in that Stato and of the Intention
to riil $130,000 for the campaign. The
convention will not adjourn until Tuesday.
CONCERTS OF A DAY.
X Very i:uJontlr Violin llrcltnl
Hrn by Zlmbnllat.
TNto were two concerts yesterday, that
ef Hfrem Zlmballat, tho Husslati violinist,
st Carnegie Hall, and that of Vlda Llew
ellyn, pianist, at Aeolian Hall. Iloth took
place In the nltcrnoon. Mr. Ztmhallat'M
ntertalnment was of Importance, not only
because of tho large popularity enjoyed
by the artist, but by reason of ItH ex
ceptionally high, quality. In somu re
spects the plnyifig of tho violinist seemed
better than ever before.
Ills opening number, the K major
sonata of Handel, gave hm opportunity
for the display of great beauty of tune
find purity of s'yle. A prescntrtlon of
the work having more flnecr and a fuller
tnui': al value would bo difficult to
Imagine. An adagio by Grazloll
ptrin s "Leg Hlplllons." Hameau'a
settc' nnd a vivace by Haydn served In
turn to delight nnd dazzlo the auditor by
the rich and luscious variety ot tonal
coloring Imparted to them.
Mr 7, nballst also gave n strong and
bruail performance of tho ltach chaconno.
The. Husslans Tschalkowsky nnd Kalllnl
kow figured on tho programme, nnd the
distinguished Austrian violinist Fritz
Krr.sler was represented by his "Tam-
en airs from
Samuel Chotrlnov played good accom
Miss Llewellyn Is a Chicago young
orr'in, who has studied In Germany with
Hugo 1'nun and has been heard In Herlln.
Her playing yertterdny waa doubtless af
fected, by nervousness. At any rate It
a uncertain In technlo and frequently
hurried and disturbed, I'osslbly she will
be heard to better advantage nt soma
MARYLAND SOCIETY TO DANCE.
Annual Ilvrnt Will lie Held nt I'lais
nil llecemlifr 1(1,
The annual reception and dnnco of the
Maryland Society of New York will he
held In the ballroom of tho Plaxa on tha
right of December 10. The membership
of this society Includes many people prom
inent In New York and Haltlmore society
a id the dance Is suro to bo a great sue
ce. The patronesseH Include Mmes. J. Nevett
Fteele, William Woodwnrd, Philip A. S.
Franklin, William Vinton King, William
Woodward Haldwln, Charles A. Boston,
Tl . hard F Stewnrt. Frank Hughes, Wilt-
am H, Mllnor, George H. Codington, Hum-,
'! II. Mnr.-I.nnt Hrihert C. Fisher. Will. .
lam Ilouldln, Jr.. William U. Prltchard ;
and John P. Nicholas.
EUGENE WALTER VERY ILL.
SneeniiilK to Strnln ot ItclirnrslntT
civ Pluy lis Detroit.
riLTiioiT, Mich.. Nov. 14, Kugene Wal
ter. American playwright, is very III nt
Hotel Pontchartraln, Detroit, following
teries of rehearsals on a new produc
' ''ii A nurse and physician nro In con
' mt attendance.
Mr Walter's physician gave orders that
i" be not disturbed In any way. Ills
nursr s.iid that he had been under tho
rim of rihi'irsals In Chicago during tho
las few necks while Charlotte Walker
'- i.ieparliiK to stur In his latest play,
"i M iictt,.,' way"
Neal Hnsklns. attending Mr,
W iPer, said that Mr. Walter's condition
'i not alarming, but that ho must have
ui'luti' eiulet for a tlmo.
r i ne bv the Quebec .Steamship Com-
s Meamehlp Trlnldnd for Hennuda :
Mr. and Mrs
i oini II IlmKett.
V W Prsillre.
Me and Mrs It. It
W J llorden
Mi anil Mrs. V W,
M w Kiiith CIa.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. James fnrran,
' tt Hotiert II. Ham- Master I
Mrs. C. K.
san Mr. and
Ir V h I'atton,
Mrs, rrniikjln A, .tlnoVriiKh III.
V'AhiiisriTON, Nov, 14, Mrs. Franklin
' i -Vi agb, wlfo of tho ex-Hecretary of
' Treasury, Is seriously III nt the fnm-rct.ldi.'iu-u
In Washington. Mrs,
Mi'eagh was (rlcken nt the Hlti
' T lon In New York a few days ugo and
Wstrned to her home In Washington.
Her relatives have lecn summoned.
Iletrolt OlllrliiU nt M'lnlrr finrilen
party of Petrolt city nfflclnls who
" here on nn Inspection trip were tho
diesis last night of Fire Commissioner
1 nieit Adumson ut thn Winter flanten
""iik them were Mayor Oscar H. Marx
' Commissioner John Olllespla, Chief
' ' '''dice John Downey, Prosecuting At-
" nry Galen Fiascr,
CATHOLIC ALUMN2E TO MEET.
Federation Planned Under Anaplcea
of Cnritlnnt l'nrlrj.
A convention for the organization of a
federated nlumniu of Cnthollo colleges will
be held at tho Hotel McAlpIn on Novem
ber 27, 21 and 29, Under tho auspices of
Cardinal Farley nntl with tho eurnest co
operation of Cnrdlnnls Gibbons and O'Con
neil. There nhs over 800 Institutions In
too unltod States and more than loo In
Canada ronducted by Catholic teachers
devoted to tlio higher education of women. '
Delegates from more than lflU of these
Institutions will attend the convention.
A representative of Cardinal Parley will I
welromn tho delegates In the blue room
of the hotel on Friday evening, November
27. Addresses will also bo made by tho
Might Hev. Mgr. II. J. Hradley. president
of ,St. Mary's College, Kmmelsburg, Mil.;
tho Illght Hev. John Tlcrney and tho
Hlght Itov. Hdward McCarty of Hrook
lyn. Cardinal Farley will celebrate snlemn
high mass In Ht. Patrick's Csthedrnl on
Saturday morning for tho drlegates and
their friends. A business meeting at tho
hotel will open nt 11 o'clock Saturday
morning, nt which Illshop McFaul of Tren-1
ton will speak on tho "Ilonertts of Federa
At noon the ilelegntes and prelates will
ho entertained at luncheon by the New
York Chapter of Ht. Joseph's College, Km
metsburg. which has through Its officers,
airs, james j, wiorcan nntl Miss Clare I.
Cogan, been tho pioneer In the federation
MISS ELSIE MOLINEAUX
WEDS G. WARD TRAVER
Hpcoiiics ltrirfo of Xcw York
Artist at Mother's Home
Ktahkokp, Conn., Nov. 14. Miss KHse
Mnltneatix, daughter of tho lato John
Mollneaux, was married to C. Ward
Travcr of Now York this afternoon nt
the homo of her mother, 37 Pleasant
street. In tho presence of relatives and
Intimate friends. Tho Hev. Alfred E.
Myers of tho Marble Collcginte. Church,
New York city, performed the marriage
Tho brldo was graduated last summer
from the Hunter School of New York.
Mr, Trnver Is n painter. He was grad
uated from the University of Michigan, nt
Ann Arbor. Later he studied In the De
troit and Chicago nrt Instituted and with
Karl Marr In Munich.
When they return from their wedding
trip Mr. nnd Mrs. Traver will Jive at IS
West Slxty-soventh street. New York.
MISS CORRINE MASON WEDS.
Ilrt'omex llrl.lc of Walter W. Alex
ander nt ChftrleMinvn, W, Vn,
ItALTiMonK, Nov. 14. The marriage of
Miss Corrlne Maltland Mnson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, Lambert Manon of New
York, and Walter W. Alexander of Haiti
more, formerly of Charlestown, W, Vn.,
took placo this evening at .Ion Kplscopal '
Church, CharlesUm n, W. Va. Tho cere
mony was performed by the Hev. John H.
Alfrlend, assisted by Illshop W, I
Gravatt, In the presence of a large as
semblage of friends.
Umo H. Alexander of Parkersburg, W.
Va., brother if the bridegroom, was the
best man. The bride was attended by
Miss Lucy Nichols of lultlmore. The
ceremony wan followed by a reception.
Miss Avis Lorraine Kltch, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. Joeph Pitch of Flushing,
.,,,,1 Ilavmnnil fTliirlcn Slnrli. inn nt Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Stnrii of Pottstuwn. Pn..
were mnrrled In St. fieorge's Protestant
Kplscopal Church. Flushing, last night. ,
The Hev. Henry D. Waller, rector of tho I
cnurcn, omcinteii, nmisteu ny tno hov. i
Henry O, W. Kccles of St, John's Kpls
Miss Dorothea Kltch. a sister of the
bride, was mnld of honor. Miss Hllzabeth i
JIallowell Itartlrtt of llnltlmore, Miss
Anne Shoemaker Haines ind Miss Helen
H. Pnrkcr of Philadelphia: .lti Kath-
ryn Wagner Storb of Pottstown. Pa.; Miss
Mnrguerlto Thayer Hose of llronxvllle.
N. V.i Miss Hldred Peck Lawls of Flush-
ing, Miss Dorothy Hope Peterson of
Klushlng and Miss Marguerite Heeves of
Lawrrncevlllc, N. V., were hrldestnnld.
Claude l-'rancls (lllchrlst of Philadelphia
was the best man.
After the ceremony there was a recep-
tlon at the homo of the bride's parents on
Pelham Manoh, N. Y., Nov. 11. Miss
Marlon Hogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fernanilo 12. Hogers, was married to-day
to James Drumnvin Krsklno of New York
and Chicago, un oftlcwr of the American
Hadlator Company. The ceremony woj
performed by thu Rev. Lewis Francis,
retired, formerly reotnr of tho Tenth
Street Hefornvl Church, Hrooklyn, t
tho residence of tho bride's brother,
Halph 1-2. Hogors, Montroso avenue. Pal
lium Manor, In the presence of 100 guests.
Asshetnn lfeix n,
STAMrouo, Conn., Nov, 14. Miss Dor
othy Dan, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fruncis Dean of Deepwell,
Strawberry Hill, was married this after-
In tlm Congregational Church to
Thomas Cleveland Assheton of Warren
ton, Vn., tho Hev. Louis F. Herry of
ficiating. I'n rli u s Ii 'O I in- y.
The mnrrlage of Mrs. Klliaboth II. II.
Olnoy, daughter of tho Into Kdwln A.
Hopkins and Mary Hopper Hopklni nnd
widow of La Fayette Olney, to Kd
ward lCdlelgh Forbush took place yes
terday at Olneywood, Mahivah, N. J.. tho
home of tho brldo. anil by the Friends
ceremony. Tho brldo was attended by
her young nleco. Miss Mary Hopkins of
IXing ISltinU, WO" W.VO H0 IIUWUI Kill, "llll
by her Utiles nepnew, .Master .union nop
kins, who gavo tho wedding ring to thn
Heo Hank. N, J Nov. 14. Miss Nellie
Fillmore Wilbur, daughter of Mr. und
Mrs. Hobcrt V- Wilbur, wus married this
evening at the noma ot ner parents to
iouls John riU'lltig. a constructing engi
neer of B30 Lynwood avenue, Hrooklyn.
The ceremony was performed by thn
Hev. K. Monroe Vnn Sandt, pastor of th
First Msthodlat Church, in the presence of
in (i gussts.
KuzAPETir. N. J., Nov. tl, A pretty
homo wedding took plaea to-night at the
residence of Mrs. 1". H. Pearsall when
her daughter. Miss Kth'l IVirsall, became
the brldo of Mason C, Denver, postmaster
of Lexington. Ky. Miss Harriet IYureall,
ulster of tho bride, was maid of honor, and
little Miss Jean Pearsill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J'crrls Pearnall and niece' of tkja
bride, wns llower sjlrj. Tho ceremony waa
performed by thn Hev. Dr. O, r. Iteam.
pastor of thu First Methodist Kplscopal
Oroton, Mass., Nov, 14. In St. John's
Chapel at the Oroton School to-Aay Miss
Mary Lawrence, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs, John Iawrenee of this town, was
married to Stephen Webb Hablne. Tho
ceremony was performed by Illshop Law
rence, nsslsted'by tho Hev, Hndlcott Pea
body of Oroton School, The maid of
honor was Miss Oernldlnn Lawrence. Miss
Harriet P. Lawrence nnd Mies Helen Pea
liody were the bridesmaids, William
Sabine of Hrookllne -was tho best man.
kREMBf2ANOT3 "THC WOWAW PAR.ING HEft KIA.IL&T
Tho great Altman collection, with It
thirteen famous Ilcmbrandts, will be
shown to the general public In the Metro
politan Museum of Art for the first time
on Wednesday noxt, and to Invited guests
on the evening before.
This gift of llcnj.imln Altman's has been
officially styled "from every point of
view the most splendid gift over received
by tho museum from an individual, sur
passed In Its munificence crnly by that of
the city Itself, which, as Is well known,
lias provided the building with all Its ex
tensions." Its opening Is a historic
event, sure to affect measurably the public
culture In the years to come, uml to pro
vide a present and healthful excitement In
the norld of art.
Th thirteen ltembrandtii are not alone
.. ..... .. .
In slory In the Altman collection. There
are three Merr.lnKs and Dlrk Uouts of
superb uu.illty: there ure canvases by
Krnnz Hals, In which tho artist throws
propriety to the academicians and rosnps
with the wildest In the tavern ; portraits
by the elegant Anthony Vun Dyke, by
sober Velasquez und by plodding Holbein.
The ulorgluiie la posilbly nnolhcr "Knunt
oi jiait.v atm tn.re are religious pieces
ujr iur y"'"'
1'r.i rtiigeiio.., erroccnio. iiuiulviu uin
Plllpplno Llppl. In addition there are
two marvellously clever terra cotta groups
( , . - j ,
So stiff an Intellectual dish has rarely
been set before this public. The throngs
wmi uui hock lo me museum on auciuui
evening and thereafter are respectfully
warned in advance that a pober entertain
ment awaits them and the Hembrandt
secret In particular Is not to be lightly
taken, like the young uomau In William
Ulukeii poem, "with a smile. Ulakes
drawings for "Job," the late qunrtets of
jou, ine line qunneis oi
ueemoven, mo i imon or niiaKespearc are
m,tr preparations for th.i stuuent w ho
wishes to be In the mood before facing
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r.ein May He for flic I ryr.
Dr. Valentlner of the museum's staff
has already been fearing that "Tho
Woman Cutting Her Nails." by him con-
sldered the gem of the collection, is for
the few, but philosophically holds that
It Is Just ns well that what Is supreme
can never become the fashion. "It Is
well thnt when a great artist utters his
most personal message ho should shield
himself behind nn appearance of slm-
pllclty or a hort of roughness or blunt-
ness which repels those whom superficial-1
Ity attracts. There are eyts. Indeed, which
I can see no idealism In such a picture.
nothing but tho prosaic the mc, un old
' woman poorly clad and unconcernedly
.cutting her' nails." Hut "the wonderful
renuenng or space, mo nroau alternations
of strong re ils and yellows, tho light that
flows over the body In living waves, these
nro the main things, thrso are tho pic-
turo; and by their means tho plain woman
of tho people is transformed Into a sibyl
tar removea irom mo commonplaces or
Hryson Hurroughs, the curator ot nnlnt-
lugs, who has written tho catalogue de-
scrlptlons for the paintings, calls tho Pic-
turo "a poem on old uge In which the
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD,
Mr. and Mrs. Montnlgu La Montagne,
who havo been In Ccdnrhurst, I I for
tho summer and autumn, will be nt 103
Hast Seventy-llfth street this winter,
Mrs. Clarence C. Hlco will give a re
ception to-morrow afternoon at her studio,
16 West Fifty-sixth street.
Mrs. Joseph It. Husk of Indian Spring,
Newport, H. I will bo for the winter at
830 Park nvenuo.
Mrs. Philip O. Hartlett will glvo a
dance for her debutante daughter, Miss
Juliet llurtlutt, on January lb.
Several Interesting dinners will be given
on December 1 In ndvanco of the niisolan1
festival arranged by Mlsi Harbara Hiith- j
AFfiiril nt the ltlltmore In aid nf thn ltlls
slan sufferers. Homo of thoso who will
LIUVI 11,111 ...V ...... ..
.Ii tllJIIjr in V,-
ver llarrlmnn. Mrs. Amory H. Carhnrt, Mrs,
Arthur Curtlss James, Mrs. Clifford A. ,
Cochran. Mrs. Jules 8. Hache. Mrs. Hobert .
Hacon. Mr-. Pembroke Jones. Mrs. Stephen,
tl ntln. Mrs. Charles H. Alexander. Mrs '
Orme Wilson, Mrs. Vincent Astor and
Mrs II. Fairfield Osborn.
Mrs. William Cary Hanger will glva two
dancr i for her debutante daughter, Mlso
Mary Sanger, on December 12 nnd 16
nt her home, 10 Montague terrace, Hrook
lyn. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Dnmlnlck Hacked, who
were married at tho home of Mrs. Oeorge
Du Pont Pratt In Glen Cove on November
7, nro In the Adlrondacks on tholr wed-
Idlng trip. They will Uvo at 47 Wnst
Fifty-fifth street. Mrs. iiuckctt was suss
Jenslo Taylor Sherman, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. John Taylor Sherman.
Mr. and Mrs. Stengel-Sembrlch have
taken nn npnrtmcnt nt tho Hotel Gotham
for thi winter.
Tn the assembly room of tha Automobile
1 Club of America Inst night was held thi
I Saturday evening dance for the members
1 of this organization nnd those of tho Aero
and Motor Iloat Club of America.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
HK.s'nr Stoi.i,, who died In Hrooklyn on
November 8, left an estate of $48,000, of
which J4O.000 goes to bis son, Henry (',
Rtoll, nnd tho remainder to a friend,
Harvey O. Pobson. The wife, Sadie M.
Stoll of Hensselaer, N. Y., Is not men
tioned In tho will.
Paul ll.uan, ot the piano firm of stuttz
& Ilauer, who died In Hrooklyn July ID,
1013, left a net ostnte of 314,486.87, which
Is divided between Lydlu Ilauer, tho wlfo,
three eons and a daughter. Tho Interest
1n tho piano business passes equally to
tho three sons.
Gift to Metropolitan
Public View on Wednesday)
PICTURES IN THE ALTMAN COLLECTION
verses are color nnd light and shadow."
It was painted by Hembrandt In the
year IOCS, a year In which the
painter's financial dlrllcultles culmi
nated In u forced sale bv auction of all
of his possessions, yet It Is painted In an
extraordinarily free nnd personal manner, 1
without a trace of a hid for fashion's
The "Titus" of the Altman collection,
which has also been called "Harlng the
Auctioneer," Is of the same period and
equally uncompromising. Little Is known
of the early history of the "Woman Cut-
tins- Her Nails" before 1779. at which
time it was owned by Ingham Foster of
England. Later it formed part ot the
Illblkott collection In Hussla. '
Portraits of Artist's Hon.
It Is Dr. Valentlner who holds that
there are three portraits of Rembrandt's
.time- mc mica iiuiuiuid m itr.uut aiuu o
TltU!, ln the Altman collection, claim-
,nK that the two canVases hitherto called
'llarlng the Auctioneer" and tho "Man
With the Magnifying Olnas" are In reality
The undisputed Titus shows the boy at
tho age of 14 dressed extravagantly for
the painting, ns Hembrandt was fond of
doing. The "Woman With the Pink,'
Ur valentlner says, Is Magdalena van
100. tho young Titus's wife. She aiv
ponrs to bo nearly fi
hiviri fit tin tinnrlv frtpk vmrx olil In
lnlxtKi according to Mr. Uurroughs.
nnJ tll8 I10W -ntuses, to him, represent
mni oi iu or du hi icubi. ine real
Titus. It Is a matter ot record, died at tho
ago of 28. so It la apparent that thero
w bc tome col;fu,ion lltro for the amu.
The great discrepancy between the
known foot of Titus's age und the un
dcnlablo years given by the painter to
the pictures that Dr. Valentlner so con
fidently accepts ns Titus will posMbly
purzle artists lees than luymen. Hembrandt
... .,.h. ,,.in- i,i . mn.l.i
nnij ho (, Piearu. recognlzablo In the
representatives of the young Tobias, of
Christ nu a child, of David und other Hem-
pranilt biblical liersonngcs. It Is ren-
sonable to believe, at lenst to artists, thnt
Hembrandt occasionally lost Interest In tho
exur:nts of the portrait ho bod so fre-
quently painted, In the greater eager-
ness to express the art emotion that mas-
tered him, and for which the posing
motiei. as u Happened, me young Titus,
served merely as n theme to ntnrt with,
The opponents of Dr. Vnlentlncr's theory
may consequently hold with perfect Jus-
tlco that even If young Titus did pose,
'or these pictures they may not In consc-
.quenco be called his portraits.
I'nre I.lkn Ilnotli or I'or,
l Tho "Man With the Magnifying Glass"
I. a iiaunttnir nirmro .howinir ih hrni.
lug, thoughtful face of u poel, reminiscent
of our I2dwln Ilooth and our I'oe, Tho
"Woman With the 1'lnk," or "Mngtlalena
van Loo, as wa are now ashed to call
her, Is pensive too, dressed In tho raro
browns nnd reds that are peculiarly Hem-
brandt's own. Tho Jewels that bind her
head and are fastened to her earn are
modelled In tha solid paJnt, so that they
catch tno llgnt ana shine like tho verl-
I table stoned. All these paintings, for-
tunatoly for us. are shown without glass.
anil every detail of painting may be
Tho Memllngs include two careful por-
LOW GOLF SCORES ON
HOT SPRINGS COURSE
.Mr. nnd -Mrs. M. E. Ingnlls En
tertain Their Guests With
IInT Hprinos, Va Nov. 14. Mr and
Mrs. MoHlllo K. Ingalls, Jr., entertalnud
i nntnl.r. nt thl twi - A.
with an Invitation golf tournament, with
a , sat .
, -'. "u7."?'7' P"; nr.a,w.lnB.s-
Zm7 .k. T ,t ?
lnKton. Bon ,,n" el'ver cu.p' ,hnlr, m'dal
b"'n l y0"' th,?ihtrn ,ow
.c.orf? were made by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
' w Underwood, Mr, ami Mrs. Ingalls and
D, II. Holmes and Hobcrt Hatcheller.
Dallas II. Pratt, Mrs. Pratt and their
daughter. Miss Heatrlce Pratt, arrived
at the Homestead this morning. Miss
Pratt wus down In October a the guest
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clendonnln J. Hyan,
James J, Van Alen. who takes most
of his exercise cross-country walking,
walked ten miles to-day to Fasslfern
Farm, his son, Laurence Van Alen, and
daughter-in-law driving over to Join him
there for luncheon.
Mr nnd Mrs. J, C Owen, who are
spending their honeymoon here, motored
to Whlto Sulphur Springs for the day
yesterday. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Ouy F, Hinsdale, Miss Jean Hins
dale and Alfred Crossott.
1 L. Ilausher and W. T l'nsa .Tr il
to "Fasslfern, whem they spent the morn
ing hunting rabbits with hounds In tha
briar patches along Jackson Hlver. Mr
I and Mrs. Chnrles A. Painter, who were
spenuing ineir nonoymoon nore, nave re -
turned to Pittsburg.
Among the lato arrivals are Mrs. Alfred
Henderson, Mra. W. H. Cowperthwult,
' a?u MrT- i" J! U I,"rlBOn' Str' "AY1 1 !" intcreatlnu talk on "Thn Coll.o .Mat; , be hcW at tho Hotel Aflbonla on tho utter
s. Walter N Stlllman, George H, Htllt-, uslness"; Johr i W. Apple, Dr. Hlchard ,uloon an4 evening of Desember 4.
n, Henjamtu Moore, Oeorge If. """ " r...). .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry V, Bangs, Mr. nnd
Mrs. vernnn .Munn, A. l. itonkina. Mr.
and Mrs. John H. ICarpen of New York,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John I'. Connelly of Phlla-
dnlnhla. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Forguson
of Montclalr nnd Mr, and Mrs. Arthur
Lord of Providence.
Mr. and Mrs. J, . MuCoocy of Hrook
lyn Joined Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mur
phy at the Homestead yesterday.
"LADY WITH THE 'PINK.''
trails of Thomas Portenarl and Marie, his'
wife, and an elaborate nnd characteristic George Morris, observing his ninth birth
"Uetrotha". of St. Catharine." The Dirk day.
Ilouts portrait of a stern churchman, the Mrs. Robert Wlnthrop. who dosed
tips of whose carefully drawn lingers Just 1 Kthelwyn, Is now with her son, Grenvlllo
edge Into the picture, In prayer, reminds
one of a certain Hguro in the "Legend .of
Otho" series now, or until lately, in tho
llrussels Museum. The two panoU of this
seiles were all that the painter had tin-
lihed at the tlmo of his death and had
been commissioned for tho town hall of
Louvaln. Dirk Ilouts was In fact ap-
pointed ofTlcilal portraitist to the town of
Louvaln ill H64. He was one of the
founders of Flemish nrt ami one of the
cnatest of fifteenth century artists,
examples liy Velnsiiuex,
The "Christ nt Emmaus" by Velasquez
Is apparently more a work of Intellect by
this master than a work of feeling. The
figures uro models actlns n part ami the
H6ui.ii hid .i.vucb ui.iwb . ',. ... ....
accessories are all real. There Is no sug-,
gestlon of tho mystical significance of tho
scene. It gives an excellent Idea, now-
evrsvof the drawing of Velasquez and Ills'
telling manner of pelting a type. The
"types" In this case have a strong family
likeness to the great canvas called "Tho
Drinkers," although neither this picture
nor tho Philip II, In tho Altman collection
exhibits many traces of the miraculous
brush work for which the Kpanlih painter
uin, nnlr! Th "h.nullltitr" ti hlfh Sarirent
and Whistler were forced td go to Madrid
to study and which they both strlvcd eo
innniuuy w acquire is uueem.
Very little Is known of the past history
of the Altman olorglone, further than
that It once belonged to Walter Havage
I.audor, the poet, was hlgnir valued by
him, no mean connoisseur of the nrts, and
that he purchased It from tho Grlinanl
family ; those celebrated Orlmanls who
had supplied three duxes In their tlma to
Venice. (Jlorglones are so lare nnd so
disputed that It Is a pleasure to bo able to
enjoy the present specimen without hav
ing to tiouble one's head In regard to Its
authenticity. Hernhaid Htrenson. the
Italian authority, accepts It enthusias
tically, and Dr. Wllhelm llode of Herlln
this lime Is In thorough accord with him.
Tho Francla is a portrait of Federlgo
Gonzaga, a son of tho celebrated Isabella
d'ICste. who wns the patroness of the great
artists of that day. and she for whom
Mantegna painted the celebrated panels
"Parnassus" nnd the "Combat Hetwemi
vice nnd Virtue" that now hang In the
Ixiuvre. She gave Krnncla thirty ducnts
for the picture, which he thought a goodly
sum. and she wrote that "It would be Im-
possible to see n better portrait or a closer
( resemblance." However, so fickle are la-
dies, even the great ones, that sho aftcr-
ward gavo this portrait away!
I after an Inspection of all theso won-
ders the visitor Is capable of further etno
lon" surely be aroused by the
porcelains, which are, In short, worthy of
the companionship of these noble pictures.
no icuiure oi mis purnun oi inc Knucry
Is the group of hawthorn vases. All of
them are beautiful und deserve tho most
careful study. There are thirty-nine black
hawthorn vases, a romaiknbla assembly,
and in the place of honor among these Is
a ivang-iisi garniture in iiirce covoreu
Jars nnd two vnses. In fumllle noire, that
ure probably the finest black hawthorn
porcelains ever painted. Certainly It
seems Impossible for this nrt to go beyond
THREE PLAYS THAT PASS.
Mist Hose Stnhl's New Plerr Is One
fjolnir mi Tour.
"The Hat tic Cry," which has not sue -
cceded in Interesting the New York public,
wus wlthdrnwn from the stage of the
Lyric Theatre last night nftcr a run of two
At tho Hudson Theatre Hose Stahl gave
.t. i. v.... v.i, ..f., . .
the last New lork performance of "A
Perfect Lady, and will depart for n
arrXi ot I""'" I'trformances.
"The Highway of Life." which has been
.. v. . nVi ' . K
W.ilInVk's Theatie, will not b seen there
again. Thn play will he ncted In Ilrook
lyn and other cities during the rest of the
WEDDED; SILENT 3 MONTHS.
Cards .fust Out Toll of Annus! .Mnr-
rlntcas of Musicians.
Cards wer Issued yesterday announcing
tho marriage of Miss HlU-u M Handel,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Itnndul
of Douglaaton, L. I mid Paul O. Hanft,
elder son of Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Hanft ot Neff place, Flushing; L. I, The
ceremony was performed at Grace Church,
Union Hill. N. J., on August 10 Inst, by
the Hev. Dr. II. P. Lyman Wheaton.
The brldo and bridegroom wero students
In the same class In the Flushing High
School. Iloth are accomplished musicians,
Tho bride has achieved considerable suc
cess as a singer.
Phi Knppu Pal Dinner.
The New York Atumnl Association of
Ihn 1M lfnnnu 1hI frntrrnltv hM lh
first of Its monthly dinners of tho senson
last night at tho Park Avenue Hotel.
I lrof. Allan W, Portertleld of Columbia
presided with Joseph D. Sears secretary.
. Among tnosn present wore Joseph ir.
. Apple, head of thn executive department
I of John Wunamaker's stores, who was the
iipeclnl guest of tho evening nnd who gavo
Albert Y. Dcmpsey. i:nrl Dulany. William
,1. Guard. It. II. Halsey, Dr. V 13. Hnmlln,
i Dr. W, R. Harper, John L. Knight, Alex
nnder Lyle, Jr., Henry H. McCorkle, H. 0
McCorkle, Walter McCorkle, A. C. Mc
Oreo, O, W. Mathiwou, 1. J. Mlllor, Will
iam C, Morrll. C, P Parirman, Henry
Pegram, Oustavo Schlottmun, It. H.
Snyder, W, P. Sturdovant, Warren 8uUI
von, Wllbort Ward nnd It, 13. Whitman.
MR. AND MRS. PEASE
rt Tttn i-v if fin m T1f I
ulYE UAWUli AT LKWUA
Cortlnndt V. Bifihoji StnrtH To
duy on Motor Trip to
M HS. MOintIS EXTKUTA1XS
Lcnox, Mass., Nov. 14. -ilr. and Mrs.
Henry H, J'ease gave a dance to-night at
the Orchard as their final entertainment
fir the Lenox cottagers this season.
Their villa was decorated with chrysan
themums nnd harvest products. A buffet
supper wns served. Mr. and Mrs. J'enso
nrw leaving early nsxt week for town.
Those Invited to the dunce were:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aator IJrlsttd, the
Misses Symphrosa and Mary Urlstnd, Mlrs
Flora Ilewick, Keglnatd (1. Krancklyn, Mr.
mid Mrs. niraud Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick S. Delnfleld, Mls Anne C. Dels
Held, Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Morris. Albert
K, Oailatlii, Mr. and Mrs. Cortlandt- F.
Illshop, Mr and Mrs. Herbert Parsons,
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward H. Delafleld, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Samuel l''rothlngham, Mr. and
Mrs. Dnvld T. Dana, Miss Kate Cary,
Mrs. W. Hoscoo ltonsal, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Allen 11. Fenner, Mr, nnd Mrs. William
It. (). Field, Miss Helolse Meyer, Miss
Mary Parsons, .Miss Gertrude Parsons
Mr. nnd Mrs. George 13. Turnure, Mr. anil
Mrs. Hoss W. Whistler. Mrs. Joseph 8.
Whistler and Jlrs. Churchill Satterlee.
Mrs. John Sherman Hoyt Is passing
the week end with Miss Olivia H. Phelps
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas W. Strong are
remaining at tho Gables until after
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert I'nreons nnd John
B. Parsons 2d are at Stoneover Farm for
the week end,
Mr. and Mrs. Newljold Morris gave a
dinner to-night before the dance given ny
Mr. and Mrs. Pease In honor of their
truest. Albert K. (lnllatln. Mrs. Mnrrla
gave a party this afternoon for her son.
u. winthrop, nt Groton IMaco.
Mrs. Meredith Heed of Albany Is visit
ing with Mrs. Edward Spencer.
Miss Mabel T. lioardman of the Na
tlonal Red Crdss Is visiting with Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. Murray Crane ln Dalton
Mr. and Mrs. J. Woodward have re
turned to their Htockbrldge resldenoe from
WIFE SUES PELL'S SECRETARY.
L. It. Pearson In Ansrver Pleads
Poverty Slnrr Ilroker Palled.
rnpers filed In the Supremo Court yes-
ritav show thnt l..n,.nu 1 n- I
"'day "now ,,nf 1 I-awrenco H. rearson,
. . . . I
nf"rjw?a , I,rlv,at secretary for Stephen i
r when the latter'a stock and
i ouiy, nas
"u('u '?r "ivorce Dy mm. Julio E.
Pearson nnd that Pearson paid his wife '
H0 a wek alimony until tho firm failed
anu ne was tnrown out of work.
Mrs. Pearson asked Justice Davis to
punish Pearson for contempt of court be
cause he hns paid nothing slnco August 1.
Pearson pleaded thnt he has sought em
ployment nt even less salary than he got i
before, but can find nothing nnd that since
his experience Is confined to Wall 8treot
ho has had difficulty meeting his living
expense. Mrs. Pearson replied that her!
husband Is an expert telegrapher and that '
ne can get work ns ayi operator If he
Justleo Davis denied Mrs. Pearson's ap
plication and suggested that ho start
proceedings to find out whether ho has
any property before trying to send him
to Ludlow street Jnir.
Mrs. Julia Iloivn Addison.
Stampokd, Conn., Nov. 14. Mrs. Julia
Howe Addison died this morning At her
home on Suburban avenue after a long
Illness. Mrs. Addison camo to Stamford
ns a resident when her son, the Rev.
Chnrles Morris Addison, was railed tu Ine
rectorship of St. John's parish In 1897.
She wns the daughter of the late Commo
dore Charles Morris of the United Stntes
navy. Her husband was the lato Dr. S.
Hldout Addison. Mrs. Addlson'n early life
was spent In Washington and she was
personally ncqualnted with many of those
who were leaders during the civil war.
To-day hud been set for the weddlfig of
her elder grandduughter. Miss Jullu Mor
rls Addison, to George lCmlcn Hoosevelt, a
cousin of Col. Hoosevelt. She had ex
pressed nn earnest wish to live until Miss
Julia Addison waa married, and u change
was madn in the plans for the wedding,
which took place October 24.
Cornelius P. Cruistrr.
IiACKBNBAdK, N. J Nov. 14, Come
llus P. Crouter, one of Hldgewood'n best
known citizens, died at his home lust i
night He was 70 years ..Id. Heart I
disease caused his death. Mr. Crouter '
was director of the Hergen county board ,
nt frnnV, rfc. , n-hlnh 1. - I .... 1 I I
; ,Bht yeais. He was reelected on tho
I Republican ticket on November 3. He
nnd served on the board of village trus- ,
tees and was president of the HIdgewood
board of education. He left a daughter, 1
Mrs. F. W Hubbard. The freeholders
wilt attend tho funeral services In a body 1
on Monday afternoon.
1 Sidney Lester,
j Rmty 1mXcTi -fi a retlrC(, wholMalo
. cB,vr merchant, died on Friday nt his
1 home, 197 Hay Twenty-eighth street,
I Hrooklyn. He served through the civil
" ln ,neKl.Kh0!,.N.ew. YoIk ,Lles1m.en!
and waa first adjutant of the First
' jjoun(C(j Veterans Avsoclatlon of New
. Yorki H9 waB n mPn,ber of Hcno Post,
' N u 0, v. R. Now York oerman
i Wfrterkranz nnd Ivy Lodge. J.ee Sons
of Israel. Ho leaveu his wife, threo sons.
live daughters, eight grandchildren nnd
Ciipt. llnrttrrll Oibnrn.
rinre.o, Nov, 14, Capti Hartwell Os
born, who marched to the sea with Oen.
Sherman and afterward wrote a widely
read book about It, died in his home hero
to-day. Capt. Osborn camo to Chicago
thirty years ago. Ilcfore that ho had
heon collector of customs nt Toledo, Ohio.
He was 74 years old.
.Mrs. June N. lljntt.
Nouwalk, Conn., Nov, 14.--Mr. June
N, Hyatt, widow of James W. Hyatt,1
United States Treasurer under President)
L:ieveianu, aieu ai ner nunie nrro ao-iay
III her seventy-sixth year. She Is survived
by two sons and a daughter.
K, II. Sothern to Sell Out Cltr Home,
Tho Fifth Avenue Auction Hooma, at
Twenty-fifth street and Fourth avenue,
announce tne saio ror ine coming week
of tha furnishings of the city home of Mr.
I "l K. II. Sothern. the theatrical
stars, who In the future will reside In
Fnlr for Illvrrslilr Day Nnrsery,
The Hlversldo Day Nursery, at 140
West Sixty-third street, will commemorate
I Its twenty-fifth anniversary by a fair to
ronnUSH OIA'EV, On Haturday, Novem.
her It, at Olneywood, Mahwah, N. J
Mrs. Kllsalieth H. 11. Olnsy. itaughter qf
th lata IMwIn A. and Mary Hoppsr
Hopkins, to Kdward Edlelch Forbuah
ot Qltn Cove, L I.
Unrestricted Pubb'e Sale
242 and 244 Madison Avenua
IH. H, .'or. ,-iNth Street)
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF THE
American Art Association
Madison Ni. Month, Krr York,
By Direction of T. A. Havemeyer, Eiq.,
and W. Butler Duncan, Esq., Exccutori
ol tho lalo
Mrs. Emilie DE L. Havemeyer
(widow of the late Theodore A. HaremeyM
ADMISSION TO THE PREMISES
ON THE DAYS OF SALE.
will be eicluiively by crd limited to thectpscity
of the salnroom, and inued free upon written
application onTy, the applicants specifying the
date for which they are dewed.
ORDER OF SALE
TO-MORROW (MONDAY) t 2 P. M.
Louii Quinte. Renaiutnce and other
Carved and Gilt Furnitute. and irtnd
Torcheres. Catalogue No. I to 115
To-mor' w( M ON DAY) Even'gat 8 P.M.
Water Colon, Engravingi and DooVi.
Catalogue Nos. 1279 to 1368 incluiive.
TUESDAY next. 17th lntt n't 2 P. M.
Antique, Flemith, Italian tndSpaniihand
t-hineie Marquetry and other Furniture,
and Expensive interior decorations. Cata
logue Nos. 116 to 213 incluiive.
WEDNESDAY next,18th Inst., at 2 P.M.
Miicellaneoua Furniture. Electric Light
Futurei. Andirons and other objects.
Nos. 214 to 342 inclusive.
THURSDAY next, 19th Inst., at 2 P.M.
Rare Gobelins and Flemish Tapestries,
Antique Embroideries, Brocades and
Veluts. Not. 343 to 528 Inclusive.
FRIDAY next, 20th inat., nt 2 P. M.
Antique and Modern Silver and Sheffield
Plate. Nos. 529 to 755.
SATURDAY next, 21st inat., at 2 P. M.
Miniatures, Snuff Boiri and Miscellane
ous Cabinet objects, Rhodian and His
pano Moresque Plates, Chinese and
Japanese Porcelains, Enamels, Oronies,
Clocks, Drasscs and Arms and Armor,
Nos. 756 to 1036 inclusive.
MONDAY, Nov. 23d, at 2i00 P. M.
European Porcrlains and Faience, Tabla
and fancy Class and Table China.
Nos. 10)7 to 1278 inclusive.
will be sold
of this week (18th inst.,) at 8 o'clock
American Art Galleries
MAD1SO.V SQUAHE SOUTH
where the Paintings will be
ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW
To-morrow (Monday), Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
The sales will be conducted bv
Mr. THOMAS E. K1HIIY and M
assistant, Mr, Otto Urrnet, of
The American AH Association
O Kast 2.1d Street, Madison Nq. South.
DAnrtACH. Haturday. November 14, at T
West Fiftieth street. Erne llroaks Ur
rach. daughter of Or. William ana
Florence llordtn Darraeh, In her four
DAY. At 111 West Fifty-seventh street, New
York city, November 13, 1914, S:3 P. M.,
L. Freeman Day.
Intsrment Minneapolis. Minn. Chicago.
SI, Louis and Louisville. Ky., papers
FORMEST. At Lakeweod, N J., on Friday,
Norrmber 1), Kmms I.. Safford, wife ol
the late Melton II. Forrest and mother ef
Herbert M. and Itlchard R. Forrest.
Tuneral si-rvlre at li0 Chestnut street.
I'hlladrlphls, on Hwnilui'i the ISth Inst.,
t 1:10 T. M. ,. .
HOWn.-On Friday, November II. at tht
rtsldsnca of his son, Morgan It. Hona,
34 West Seventy-ttfth street, J, Morgan
Howe, In tha seventy-first year ot his
Funeral ssrvlcet Monday, November 1.
1:30 P.M., at the chapel nf the Ilrlck
Presbyterian Church. Thirty soventn
street and Fifth svsnus. Internum
private. I'la omit flowers.
Mll.WCn. Sarah K.
Funtral from "TI1I3 FL'NnrtAL CHUHCH."
!4l West Twnty-tliird atrcet (Frank M.
Campbell Llulldlnx), Sunday, 11 noon.
Automobile eortere. J)
HMITII. Suddenly, on Saturday, Novem
ber 14, at his late resldenre, 69 West
UOth street. Thymus West Smith, In hl
Funeral services at trje New York Tree
byterran Church, Ultb itreet and
Hevtnth avenue, Monday, November II,
at I o'clock. Interment Tuesday morn
ing at Knulco Cemetery.
VAN BCIIAK'IC On Katurday, Novambir 14,
In his ISth year, at hit lata rttldenca.
140 West Sixty-ninth street, Henry Van
Hchalck, son of the lata Hon. Myndsrt
Van Schalck and Hlliabath Holla Van
Sehalcki father of Of orga O. Van Schalek,
Kllta Placet and liuxtne Van fichalck;
crandfather of Counts Dlmltrl and Vas
sla Hautourllns. of Countess Lola Bou
tourllnu and of Countess Links Hohepau.
Fuseral services at 140 West Slsty-nlnth
street Mondsy, the leth Inst., at A. M,
Interment private, at Albany Ilural Cem
etery. In Mrmorlam,
Trtl'MPnn. In laving memory of a kino,
nnd beloved husband and father, Henry
('. Trumper, who departed this Ufa at
Iters inlleld, N. J November IS, 1101.
Gone but not forgotten.
miHSCUIl'TION Heats In all parta nf Met
ropolitan Oporm House for rnd opars sea
son 1I14.H1S. Now on sale at IttlLI.M AN.
Ill Broadway, Telephona H17 Hector. i