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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, IMG.
POLONAISE RUG IS iFearing sensible shoes would hurt the cause.
SOLD FOR $10,900 1
iirilril ItMdiiitf and High
I'lifiuvs .Mark Close of Alio
lion of Clarke Art.
MARIE DORO TO WEAR SANDALS IN MRS. BELMONT'S PLAY
101 1, REALIZED S7:!.ll(!
mi .hi of the mlo of the ait
i.,' TIiommh II. Clarke at tli
i Association jL-lojJujf j
u urn Ire auction block the
.nrsi- "I art t mi were us emu mauiue-.
j as expected, u large audience
,i ii noicins iisfombled, utiil splilted j
,d,l,uK and larne irlct m resulted, n
iji the nt important sale of IIih sea
or., wn.'h may now considered
t ,u, loui-iy launched.
Among hv well known parsons In tin' (
i .liionoc in iiclilltlon to those tiiLtitluhod
, i punu.tstrs were A. A. llmily, -Mr. imj
Mri Hush Murray. W. U.irrett I'ler, J.
-tturt Dii'.can. Count anil Countiss Del
irnco. William Holojmiti nnil Mr.
The chief llitTet ci'titrnl In the sale
of the Polonaise ruir, No. 73V. The
'olon.tlrc nit; were i n.uiu f.nt u r 1 In
he Kxtrcitth centur ly Oriental u'
,rt vim were Imported Into Poland, or
t.v native weavers who had Is-eri In
itructtit by OilmitiiU, It It nut known
mainly which. At hast learmd x-
nrlii d'.tTer on tin- subject What If
f r 'i.W ( r . - M
Ai lislic liicliiiutioiiN of Movio
Star May Compel IIti to
in: 1 1 i:iis.i.s staht soon
i, movtnjr picture Mar, who
IS nt the Waldorf-Astoria
v speaking part again (or the
trtalu Is that thorn ure now vcrv feu bei,r , nuttrunr, la thlnklm deeply
of them In existence. Their tu said , ,t uevtinn of ehocs. The sort of !
o be less than a hundred of tlictn. most . . .... . .
f them mm- In American collections. h" "ear a ll,B uf- 1
One of their dlstliiRUlshlhic Units In f'K- worker In .Mr. O. H. P. Del
'hat they are cmU-HUhed lth decora. niont'H operetta In the- hlf particular
Uve tpacef that nr woven In gold and ' qm-Mluii.
ilhtr thread. ' A ,)UI?lu to Mg ,1(r ft
Jtlirl.'d With fU.tMIO llltl.
ilr n.irKt'n iiuU'lialau ru twilil e
unlay to II II. Keleklnn for $10,900
after ttartltiK "Itli a J:', 0(H) hid and
down Hat footed," Mlvn Doro said yeg
UTiliiy, "and no I muit wear scnslbln
ithoce. Hut Mr. Stanley McCormack ,
raid the other ilav that one nf her lieat
The M-'cond rvcitvtifMtt of the 'after-1 "1,c wu w"f'"K "f'0 "' " U'
coon (.niM.it bj the Plrutii plate, ' etn-e roimldcrcd upl. I think I'll com
S'o. fi(7 which l.ewj ft Hlmijiona thought t promlcu on vandals that kIvo my feet
htv had obtnlnnl air M.foo. Stanley I free play and yet do not look too strong
Mortliv.tr also claimed the hid, and fo. imniicu.-
jcorJItiK to the law of uuctlon when
here ure two claimant?, It wai placed
iln uiMti the block. This time It wai
aid to Mr. Mortimer for l:,on. A
KOiid Dlrut.i plate, No. 64S tboth ifatc
rom tlm Klxlecnth certury). went to Jlr
Mill Doro hasn't decided whether
she'll wear Ktocklnijn for the. sake of
the cause or show her toes for art. Hut
I then- aro to lie a number of barefoot
I (lancets, pupils of Florence Fleming
I Noyts. There Is also to be a aumrlne
Jlortiiiirr for J00n. Lewis .t Simmons ! " famous dancer will appear whose
kiie Jl 000 fur No. lilt, a Ulruta plate "Jnie Is not tn lie jrlven.
iwrins a dec.ratton uf St. Francis: .Morn and more debutantes are com
MOO fc No. 6."0, an Itall'an faience '"K lnt0 lnc performancu and "Mellnda
iito nf the cixtci.'iith century, and $97J i u,lJ "cr lcrs" threatens to look like
tor N' ill an Italian Jardiniere velvet il comKislte comliiR out party for the
nnrtai. eKon'B buds. Miss Maud Kalin. dauirh.
TlftJr.j Studio fr.ive tl.DOil for No. :,,r "f ,m" Knlm. who had her own I
T!J, i i Isi'ili.in rutr of the sixteenth ' comlne out party at Sherry's on Thurs- '
ctntn- t e Mctriillt.iii Jluscuin of ' ,,,4 "iBht, Is tho l.itei one to tako '
An be 'i a No. ;.19. a FortUKUecc renali- ( l:lrl' 1'ni" li",t now includes more than I
am ti M id portiere- .M.ss (I. Water- ''imdreil, profotslnuals and amateurs.'
turj taai tin for No. 731, it seven- Hcsulur rehearsals will befjln on Tues.
Mat century Spanish binntr; W. . ,,uy Ht MrH I'elmont's suffraKe head-
'iK-M. pave jr.75 for No. 713. a ! 'farters. 13 Uaat Forty-tlrst street.
Klrtni'li re .alstancc lapistry ; Marlon I ...
JlcJl.li:ne boticht No. 737. a Skinlsh I ,,,nnrr '' I'rccrdr rrrfiirinanfr.
Mui. ii t iur s.iuu ; a pair .Many dinners will precede next
an iraiiniitii's, went to Mrs. A. , month's nerfornianre. which .ln,w ... 1
iiK-iti until 'J o clock In the eveuim;
Hn re foot Dnnrcrs Will he, J'c-
hire of riiiffrnpe Operetta
on February IB.
310 UK imilUTAXTKS ADDKD
THINKS HE HAS CURE
FOR GASES OF GRIP
Dr. Francis Telia of I se of
Thyroid Gland as Pre
SICCKSS IX 200 TKSTS
Mott- i jr.Ui, and 1. Oiseill ge $(2."
or S . 731, an Italian cope with dal
SOME OF THE CAST OF "MELINDA."
A BOVK, to loft, Miss Eileen Seduewiek; in centre, Miss Dorothy
Fellowes-Gortlon, niece of Lord and Ijtdy DutTcrin, who will take
the part of "Sappho," to right; Miss Gwendolen King, who will pluy
"Polly Pepper" and dance with Mr. de Weerthj liolow to left, Mario
Doro, who will piny "Melinda," untl to rifht, Miss Sybil Vane, u pro
tege of Sir Herbert Tree, who will sing:.
k "I Ihr Other tin jits.
Ct'n Hernit, aKenl, taid t ,200 for
No !: ,i blxteenth contur' L'jfe; 1320
'r So. 72S, n pair of Venetian dalmat
ics tJln for No. 71 an Italian cope,
tJ.f. No. 717. a Vendlan i-liasuble
t!0 for No. 71.1. a sixteenth century
ii..' n. ... Jinn for No. ii72, n pur of
iv in hmriN. Miss It. 11. lireiu, agent,
n 1 titi for No. 71. a.i UhII.ih rliasu
'. Jir d I36C for No. 707. H plecn of ram
'!et th cold Nirder. 1'. tJ. Miicum
be' Hid J:tt0 for No. fits, a Ulruta plate,
and T'moth V Crowley bought No. 642,
I'rbmj ilate of the sixteenth etntury,
A C I'aiicesa tKMicht Nx fifitt, a
Kispai'i-Mnrpisiue plate, for 190H. II.
i hflfkl.in paid 11,5011 for No. fin.t, a
sJei.via p.ate of the llfteentll ctlltur'
'I llirdini; tucht No. uno. an r.vrly
h:o plate, for I7U0, and Tahbairh
itrc r.tid 1510 for N'o. S'S, a sixteu'lith
entiirj Hhodlun plate.
!e r.r t-3.x2
wrote tile iiitiiK for "Mcllmla anil Her
Alter the curtain rllis down there will Sinters." said vestenl.iv that later tl
-I'D a supper at the Waldorf. As there would lie expanded Into a three act
U only one act the iK'rformatie.i wlll'pkve, mid probably w.ll rh ujsjn tlio
.iiiss uisa 3tawen. wno i road, with a riiriilar cntnpany.
not be Ioiik.
Miss Maxwell read tho manuscript
two weeks ago at Mrs. lfelmont's home,
177 Fifth aenue, and sonin of the parts
were Msslitned. Marie Dres-slei will be
Sin. John JViper, tho Kiclal climber,
MARION HARLAND AT 85
HAS A BIRTHDAY FETE
SLEIGHING AT HOT SPRINGS.
'lrrr Winter Sports.
Hot St'itiMis, Va., Jan. S -Tobo-KanltiK
n l sleluhlnK hai occupied so-
J-jurnerN at the Homestead nil day. the
llv. Inch snowfall during the last twen-ty-foilr
houts in iklnK a fine foundation
I for ntimerti. SlelKli bells have Is-eu
JlnclInK since early mornlnr. Some of
those out in the niow were Mm. I'nstoii
I .lones of South DratiRe. Mr. and Mrs.
Wullrr (Jer of New York, who are
upondliiK their honeytnoon here; Mr. and
Mr, ward l-ayson Terhune I Marion j T '
Hartind. writer of forty Uoks was the M , w , , rcn.hM,
recipient yesterday at the Ibitcl McAlpIn I . f N York f( . ,, ,,
of a belated birthday luncheon. It was. ...,. ..... ,., ,i,.i
i t.il for Ih.- iifti rnwin was In honor of the eitthty-ilfth anniversary 'SVtt Vork arrivals, Mr. and Mrs. Hob-
naKiiiK a tcr.inn ini.ii ror me , i ner i.iriii. .vhojii mi m miuuwi ,n Jpn)s arrived frwn l'hllndelphla.
Mrs. Herbert S. Stone of Kiiltlmorv,
More Than 100 Honor Afrctl
Author ilortffa";i! on Fisher
' Home Burned.
EARLY MINIATURIS ON VIEW.
Einmplcs of Persian nml Oriental
rt at ililerson's.
A ollectlon of early miniatures and
it n antiherlpts which N the pru
crienfi . (. nberK of Paris, havltiK
b.n lonslKtied ly htm to TimylnB &
t Ne'v Vork, has been placed on
.ludcliiir -tv the brlKhtness of her face as
, ' ... . . ..IIP. lllfl'flk r'lunr- i. niiiiMiiuir,
she sut at the head of tho KUest table , Iti!) l:l(.nnor Hl0,10, Herbert S. Stone
the difference in dates tinule i no difference 1 Jr i -MdvnIe Stulln h,,V(t r(.turii.l
In his speech time stands still anyhow
for Marlon llarland.
The committee which arranged the
luncheon was comiMjsrd mainly of peoplu
Interested In the M'ary A. Fibher home
for iiKed writers anil other pmfesslonal
workers at Tcnally. N. J.. In which Mrs.
Terhune hns always shown an active
concern. The crcat moment In the
miMi ic In the Anderson (lallerles. Ktuherlrn jesterday was when the mort-
Itnnhere Is now servlmi in tho
" h nillltary aviation corps.
The 1- teresl of the collictlon Is eilialiy
KJiia wnun nan overnaaoei tnai
home, was burned. The mortsnKO was
Iiald off recently, sn the documentK wre
dlvMnl belwen the work of Persian and ' hroueht to the table with the birthday
1 ' -Ut!c artlt.ts and Hint of the i ,-uke and Its red candles Und burned with
ari Piiropeaiis, but the Km opean ceremony. Mr. Markham llRhted the
e.,itiins, which arc mostly upon panes match, Mrs. Terhune applied II and there
"' 'k mi rally missals and other church ! was loud applause as tho paper Was re-
k hae more novelty to us, as they
t'f nflen shown hero mounted sip
ri' ' ;is works of art In frames.
T'ic urlintal iiilhlaturtH ImkIii with a
r. 'UK of ii stait that Is dated 1223
- h M'dullah-i't-Failhl and ther"
' tt i lone seiles of manuscripts and
i i e I'XteiidliiK to the examples
' I ers l.iti work of the seventeenth
j The pa.utlliKi lire In rich, un
ed -olur ItarmnnleH for the most
I Hio orkmatihli lias the usual
ill limey The. subjects Incimio
.mil hunting pt res. as well as ro-
and court episodes Them Is one
. u tevenleeiitli century lialntlntr
i" t r.ijrf a. bombarilinent of ,i for
' : ' . annon, the dlrictliiK Kenernl
i K the fniTKroiind mounted upon
r' ' Il 'Htiarlsoiied elephant and tur
"'i .-fl by faithful troops.
Tie European work Includes sped
"if i fr ii niO"t of the early Continental
" ludlnir fifteenth century Ar
" i tit i '.mens As usual, eplsisles
i 'n imh of the saints provide most
' sublects, which are painted on
ii lie rl'h colors that were In
Kin i nv softened somewhat by lime,
'n heiiishment of ttold Is freiUently
' i The chief rarity of this part
' ' xblhltlon Is an Italian Illbln dat
'r nri ie earl fourteenth century.
WOODS FAVORS BOYS' CLUB.
liiinr.i ( n in on Ik II to
f'f the loni: list of street accl-
dured to cinders.
There were more than a liundred
tueMs, Includlnt; a ib'leKatlon of thirty
members of tho Jersey City Woman's
Club, led by Mrs. A. J. Newberry, ex-
preiddfiit of tho oiRanizatUiu. Part of
ills. Terhune's long life w.is spent In
New Jersey and the Hev. Dr. Conielltts
Htett of Jersey City told many stories
ot th" t'mn when ho and the itev JJd
ward Pa son Terhune both held ohares
in Newark und Marlon llarland tilled the
dllllcult role of minister's wife in addition
to her other activities.
Mrs. Thom'aH M. Moore presided and
Mrs. John A. Holland was toastmlstress.
Mr. Markham, Akiics McClelland Haul
ton, I.ymali Whitney Allen and -Miss
Kllsubeth Allen Kavo short tributes to
Mrs. Terhune. lllldeeard Hawtlmrne
spoke of her lis an author, Mrs. May
lllley Smith talked of her oh "home
maker," .Mrs. Charles 11. Vardle und
Mis, AukusIus Crevellne touched on
what fcho hud done 111 the Held of philan
thropy and Miss Ada D. Fuller spoke
on tho theme "Heiplns Hand Syndicate."
Tho luncheon ended with U toast to
Mary A. FUher of the Fisher homo.
WHITE SULPHUR GOES SKIING.
Ainatenrs Are- LmruliiK I'ust on
U IIITfl SUU-IIUR Hpiiinos, W. Va.,
,fnn. s A sunny winter day here was
marked bv skiing. slelshliiB and toboi.
Kuulni;. Charles Norellus, Instructor,
took the tlrst llylna leap from a now ski
jump this afternoon. To-morrow tho
am items tire to navo ineir unanoB uuu
Mls II. I.. Schneider Mies C.
Scliult. who Jolneil the Hrooklyn colony
Iwre last wick, left here to-day for
Louisville by motor.
Hcrriard 11. Itldder of New Vork. who
left jisterday with his bride by motor
for Washington In the midst ot it hoavy
snowslorin. tel -graphed friends at the
Homi-ntead that lliey reachd Staunton
In tlve hours.
Mrs. It, (1. Kendell of Newfoundland,
who has been 111 for two days with
pneumonia, died hero this morning. She
was accompanied by her daUKhttT, Miss
Jean Kendell. No plans for tho funeral
havo yet beep made.
"led at Police lltaihiuarlcrs,
en, bmlnc.n men and police
He been worltiiiii to coniplct
reby children can be kept off , '""l:r"'', , .,n I)n,msed.
I H. T, Mclean, WHO went over rvani s
I Mountain on h' yesterday for Ills Initial
oi'tn Issioner Woods yester-
Pack on skis. (IcorKo 1). Kuhlo. Jr., was
""' ..""V? !'K '.l those who in'.ule shorter trips.
In Wist Sine. -rioys Cllio.i .. Mru ,, T. White. Seriri.tf
hen kind of crime preven-l ' j . Worr.iii ..n,i mi..
i.upI. execut vo secretary or tun , "'"", iioiiiiii- lo.ilnv Then.
l, .A,so,.a.lon. whlcl. B.artH M layo - Vl,,,!
' ' .rUhVT u" "-rv I ".lnB n.l ovr Hob's ...Is af.er-
rl'IZ ".rtlSl j Wilbur C. H.H of New Vo, Joined
.. hh s.kiis Is the deep Interest Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Flsk Ut the (.reu-
i'JI ,n fhn fir luitl .unrlr .if 111, clllhn
l.ftrM'Ke dn,i , increasing number
1 ' n row the commltteo will move
' ii e second poor nf the
Other arrivals Include Sir. and Mrs.
Franklin M. Warner of New York, Miss
H SnhuU. Miss K. U Schneider of Hronk
Iv'n Col, William t Norton of the Pines
and J. (lassauer Pf New York.
SPORTS REIGN AT TUXEDO.
Week Knit Cat herlnu; Send llosr
Ti'xepo Park, N. Y,, Jan. s, -Ideol
winter weather bnniuhl a lurue Kathcr
Ing hero to-day fur the winter Miorts.
CoastlnK on tower hill to-day wan en
joyed by a larito number and skatlnu on
Tuxedo Lake was excellent. SkiliiK and
curling also were Indulged In by many
visitors. There was n mflvlnff picture
lecture by Henry Ituterdahl of New
Voik to-lilKht on submailne und lor
There were numerous dinner parties
tlirtitiKhout the park.
To-morrow the IoIiorr.ui club will
have the llrst racliis meet of the sea
son on tho !iokout Mountain slide,
Tho finals fur tho club championship
between O. C. Pell and S. O. Mortimer
lire to be played to-morrow nt noon,
The winter sports committee 1ms or
raiiKeil a fancy dies carnival In the
rink Saturday night, January IS, fol
lowed by a .'Upper 111 lb" cluhhoue,
A Mum k those who ni rived lo-dav were
Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth Wlckes, Mrs. A.
S. Ctrhait, Mr, and Mts. C. C Pell.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllom Wr!?lit. Kdward
Hobltison, Mr. mid Mis. C C, Auchln
clos. Mr. and Mrs. William llaylls.
Jr., Mlrs t.oulse Moss, J. Couper Lord,
P. li. Hunter, John Ulllolt, Mrs. Hrnest
U. Adce, MIsh Adco, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick Foster Care, Miss Carey, Mr.
and Mis. Lewis Spencer Munis, H, C,
in ayton, Lloyd Warren, Mr, and Mrs.
Paul Tuckermau mid A. Mason Jones,
NIECE BECOMES BRIDE i
Married to l. M. Fielil
RAID IN BREAD LINE FAILS.
tlnn onrrlnur .Inlis l onld Find o
Inlerlnl iniuiK llerellets
Ap aR' lit v til htilidteils of Jnb. to
'offer i!tcl TlIK SIN free hteod depot
I .n Pi luce str-ei eeterd.iv with Tom
. I ll(tl') and Pick Itrichl loik.Hc over the
MISS M'VIIlOnr OI UllS III IMtireail line for men. lie coul.l not tltid
any men lie comii u.r, ite wameii car
penters for mil n I Hon factories and was
wlllinK to pity ss hltrh as 1175 ii day.
He (ould lien other skilled lulsirers also,
he laid, but after an hour of question
Hoc the derelicts he went away disap
pointed Some of tlieni were too old
Miss Fanny Lydla Paenpott Sey- t (!(, sonui were physically unable
mour, ilauirhter of Mr. and Mrs. William to work, the strom; and hcalthv were
. t, j , ..!.. i ii'ii iiii nr .Miniiiiin niri i Mini some
Seymour, was married yesterday wh (.oui w()rk po ti)() fin, rnM
afternoon to Hlchard Montgomery Field not p.n their fares in the places where
in the Marble Collegiate Chur.-h. Fifth toe Jol" were olfennl.
avenue and Twenty-nlnth stieet. The UTLWZ
ceremony was performed by the Itev. tunes are for the lahorlm: man there
Dr. Henrv K. t:ohb. paslor of the West 1" alwas the need for the bread line for
nnd collegiate Church. Aftenvard a jrMVkC away 700 ,oave.
receiuion was neiu in ino noino oi me , of tircad In an hour M'slerday. They
will make It MM' to-tuorrow
the symptoms disappearing,
"I do not mean that t secured
perpetual Immunity In the other
cases. The Immunity extends over
a itr or less period. I have
Announcement tcm made yesterday by
Dr. ChrUi d'Artols Francis of uM St.
Mark's avenue, Brooklyn, that he had
discovered a cure for grip In thyroid
Kland, desiccated, which has been used
In therapeutics for about twenty jears,
but never before In cases of grip. Dr.
Francis nald he had used the product In
20 canes In the fast three or four years,
in half of which It was administered
remsdially and In half as a prophylactic,
and that he wa to convinced of Its till
cacy that he 'had sent his prescription
10 the health departments of Now Voik,
Philadelphia and Chlcattn.
"I have made a special study ot Klip,"
aald Dr. Fruicis ytsteid.iv, "In private
teiearch work for some years, and after
considerable experimenting I have found
what i conalder a specific ruled'. It
lias effected cures In 100 casts and se
cured complete Immunity from irnp in
100 other ca.es. For some years I have
I used thyroid Eland, desiccated, us a
nn.i nniniirF. ii. nnn.iirnfesslonals who prophylactlo for rrip. In the case-s
I ..lit !.,!. ,.Uri .it. Ml.s Murirarat K where my patients had already con-
' Trevor. MUs 1oulso S. S Trevor. Miss ttacteil the dlneiwe ull were cured In
! Audrey N Osborn. Miss Maritarnt Kr- from seventy-two to 144 hours, with all
1 hart. Miss Dorothy HIkcIow, miss Ade
laide 11 Sedpwlek. Mls Flleeu P. Hedg-
I wick, Mln tlwendolen Klnir. Mrs. Hev-
. erley IUblnon, Mrs. Pauline Dlsslon of
Philadelphia and Miss Dorothy Fellow e
OordOn of Ixnldon.
Some of tho professionals arc Paul
Draper. Unor. Miss ISuth Draper and
, Miss Ituth CuniilnKliam. Mrs. Dlsston.
who resembles Mrs. Vernon Castle, will
1 do tome of tho Castle daner-
.Marie Dressier 1'rnlsra I'lay.
I Marie Dressier after rpadlns the man
UTlpt said that "Melinda and liar SIs
ten was an exceedliiRly clover piece
of wotk. After the performance here
I It Is expected that the opurutU will net
a largu sum for the cause ui autxrace
when It U sent on tour-
The first scene Is between Afr. VoJo
prop and AfrJ. ttrundy at a patty They
havo an animated dtecusslon about
.Mrs. Pepper's hair before their hoctesa
enters, deriding that ane is mucn
older than her tiatr would indicate
because "hair is notorioualy untruthful,"
and a lady "wears hair the color of the
I dojrs she wears." -Wr. f'epper enters
'and describes the principles on which her
dauehttra have be-ii educated,
Sho explains that they have not been
iwrmltted to learn anjthtnK In the wsy
of nrofound knowledge, "at a ld should
know nothlni; and becauso Isnorance has
ii wav or cnanninc men. i ney nave
been taucht that the woman who dines
with her husband morn man once a
week 1m strictly declasee.
Th seven dauehtets. all educated
ubtofd. are home to, the party. Mtlinda
la atnonir them. althnuKh sho Is never
mentioned by Mrs. I'rppcr because, she
has broushl disinace on lier ramuy iy
irolmr Into MilTraKc. Very soon, however,
JN .1ruinf appears on the stare at
the head of a suffraKe arade and makes
n speech which hnniellalely wins her
mother over to tint js-puiar cause.
found that the thyroid will produce
Immunity Jn certain patlenls for a
curtain loniftli of time, Homotlmes a
year. It loses Its effect after that time,
hut the prophylactic cun again be re
sorted to und Immunity secured once
morn for another period.
"As a remedy th)rold gland has really
proved a specific. Tho principle of Its
use Is this: It contains substances
which Increaise the ferments of tho body
and destroy the hiictllu-i nf Influenza
and Its product, Ot course thyroid gland
desiccated can be given only under tho
direction of a physician. Tho doie an it
prophylactic Is two grains thytold gland,
desiccated, at 11 A. M. and 4 P, M. The
dose for those who have contracted tho
disease Is two grains thyroid gland,
delimited, (hreo or four t.lmcH dally."
From IniiUlrlea at several liorpltaln
and mining physicians yesterday It was
ascertained that as far as Known thyroid
gland, desiccated, had never before been
usitt In cases of grip, which Is generally
nuerndci under maiv rtlflVvfiil forms.
So far an tliu public Is i otu erned It
matters little what the evict nature ot
tho bacterium Is, tho nxperler.cii of the
last two weeks here shown th.it It la
not a good natured lrni."
GIFTS FOR ELMIRA COLLEGE.
One Ver tliillillng and Mnner
11 ii 1 1 il a Second.
Dr. John ilalcom Shaw, tho new presi
dent of Klmlr.i College, announced tn
Hie nltimns! yesterday the gift of a new
building to the collegu at.d another gen
e rous contribution which will make pos
slblo the erection of a second pew build
Ing. Dr. Shaw li utso placing before the
graduates tho plan ot building a rlntstei
connection the new dining halt with th
main building, which will be n memorial
to Dr. MacKeiule, the late president.
These announcement were made at
..I I .... I ... I . I I .. . , - ... v..
held to be an infection. Some twenty M S1lw b , ,,.,,, rollege' Club
ears ago an l.ngllsh physician dlscov- n, N,. y(.rk , .,. ,.. nf
.l !... II. .....1.1 ..l..rt 1.,. ,. n-.. ,1 , nn I L . . - . '
ercd thut thyroid gland has a great deal
to do with nutrition, and since that tlmo
It has been uned In n great variety of
catea, with, varying degrees of success.
303 DIE IN GRIP EPIDEMIC.
Health Department Flgnres Sho
l.nriir Incrcnse In Fatalities.
Figures given out by the Health De
partment isliTilay reveal that Inlluenza,
imeumonla and bronchitis claimed mora
dent of the club, Mrs. llrorge M. llobln-
(.on, Graham Court, llSth i.trcet, yester
day. Cn Iho reception committee wets
Mrs. Charles C Pope, Mrs. Albert H.
Tlogert. Mrs Fronds llollsmy, Mrs
Charle-i A. Wlnslnw, Mrs. Charles M
Wales, Mrs. John II. Htanchfleld anrt
Mrs. John Wlnlhrop lx)velnnd.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
frlncs Usotgf H. II Kliiiley, Olesses
Sprlnssi (leorite H. Ilawe, Hixtoik
victims during tho week Just ended than i Wsldorf -AMurU Jin. Inie A. Klnnsi
In the pievlous week. Health oltlclali lwl).. 1 Montrj
say that "not for years have the dralhi i lhert II O. Miller. Mll.iiUsei Willi,
from thefo respiratory diseases been as j. cirk. Toledo.
numerous." Manlnllin Mr. t.J Mrs. V. t. Rmtt"
Altogether .1H3 fatalities weie reported ' Kooheslsr. N 1 . Sir ml Mrs K. Ws.lt.,
from the;e causes I.ib.tr pnemnonU , Ztf .A W
accounted for 282, Innuenia for Si, and q Hlintwell, Johnstown. N V
acute bronchitis fur 24 The nearest ap-1 ieAlutn--Mrs J 1' Huroing and l .
proach to this mark In rerent years wai J I. Hcarbnnnujh, St. .lohn. ,S- llriic
durlng the hlgluist week of the winter ' : 'W? wrr7,d 5lr,PrK HriVli.
of 1SI2-1913. when 264 deaths occurred, 1",,"0nn' D' C" Mr' 5I"- K' J' Hr,f"
"It Is. of course, well known." the de- C!rld Mr. mid Mrs J A. j.'
partment's announcement adds, "that Windsor. Ont i B .1 Pinlih. Detroit, vi
during an outbreak such as now pre- snd Mrs. H I- Ilr'"''''- ,.i,l'Jil',f" ,, .
vails many cases of common cold will...Oo'mnreo,l-willu.n roite , ,
no caiieu grip, un me niner nana, ex- jt p fold, Hurfuloi ,iiitr M
perlence has shown Uiat grip mas- tmnoti.
bride's parents, 34 JJaat Thirty-second
The bride entered the church with her
father. She wote a gown of while satin
channelise trimmed with tulle and made
with a court train of the s.i'no material.
Mrs. William Stanley Kckert was the
tuitron of honor, and the other attend
"For thn Ilread Fund from K.,"
said a letter to Tun Si'.m yesterday en.
closing a check for $10,
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Cll.lti.i:t TOW NMlliSII D.VIli: sho
dl 1 Oil Dei'embfr !7 leel nt rs VVfl I'lf.
.... .. . . . i limn mret-i. irii nu rni ni mere limn
aius er airs. Julian i o i-eie anil ,;5 000 , iU ,,. Pl ilMQ
the Mltscs Ituth fiwctland, Catherine I rsr to t'hlllii Leigh, n frlrti.t ntnl th. re
Culbert and Alethea Hudd. They were inlndr of the enats to ! Istrrs, Msrls
drexo-.! In cimlllliifa oT ui.I.I mul trrt.n IteitlUlUS l.lohull and MrlllUhel IMils
(iressiii in coBliimeH or ,olil an 1 green (jtuiunn. una hl t'rnth.r Henry M linse.
satin combined with bronze tulle, with a hriihir. Knbm T. I.,.tr ho f.,li.i.,i
hats to correspond, and they carried bou-' tl" "J ti"'1 nt luen h.iird from for
,.,,, .. ..... ,.... ntlefll vesr., s not llirntl'stei)
' Ii a i, . ., ' CAPl'.VIl A MTOl'K. who rtle.l in Hronl,.
The brldo N a granddaughter nf the. vn nn Nnvenihrr it last, left a lift eitats
late Mr. and .Mrs. K. U Davenport, vvhoiof ..M,iiD3 :', In wbh'h t-iit -fix l,nk
many cars ago weie ;U,or,g the Tr'
Ing managers and actum of this country. I nrrlvrs itm.o'.i'i va. .vm.. itohr. sootlier
und she is a niece and namesake of the! dnutihter f'-i.-UJ i'i, m.d ll"i Krugrr.
lato Fanny Davenport, who was famous-' granddaughter '' There ,,r minor
r day ns a slur. Mr. FmIiI Is a. i. ti. imroian nn.nii.i i
BALCONY FALLS, JULIET HURT.
Tvelvi 'l'nt llriili Stuge Se
verely Injures 3llss ItiisvTell.
Ai.i.iintown, Pa Jan. Miss Percy
Hsswtdl, a Shiikehiii'iirlan actress, vvns
seriously Injured during the matinee
perfoimanrn at a local theatre to-day
when she full from a stage balcony dur
ing the love scene In "Itomeo mid
Juliet." striking the llnor hind Unit afler
a drop of twelve feel. Miss llnsivi'll
was playing the part of Jultft with John
II. Kellerd when Urn balustrade on which
fcho wiih kneeling suddenly gave way.
The audience was dismissed nail the
Injured actress rushed to her hotel,
where she Is under the care nf two
physicians, Sho Is suffering principally
from shock Miss IIiihwiII Is the wife
T ,loio i ui'-il' it' - 'lie .tut',.
In her day
grandson ot the late Hlchard M. Field,
fur many years manager of the Iloston
Museum In Iloston.
Stole Vnndertillt Phrasnnts.
IsMr-, It. 1.. Jan, f. Charged with
stealing eleven pheasants from tho Idle
Hour estate of William IC. Vandcrhllt
at Oakdale, 1.. I on December 2ii, Fmll
llartlk, 16 years old, and Joseph 1'od
lahu, 1, Iwth of Hast Isllp. were tried
and convicted here yesterday by Peace
Justice Nohowell. Ha suspended sentence.
'.AI'MAItV TAtl.Olt. hn. illl was
filed foi prnhsti, in llro4in, l.ft a iim
rut.lte uf iei,i',i0.b. all of which, with
iho evrepllou of ll,i)0(i, gnea la hl ton,
W. T. TnVler.
III'.NIIV -t IlLSi'lllllDT. s lHfr. ho
dlfd In llmuktui on .Linusre 15. UK, noted
for hi rftiil'Midirncnt nf a frie hrril Imt.
left n net eflllle of SlSu.tlM IIS. Inoiit nf
. llllll'll WIIH dltrlhllled unions linntnl
I 1 l,..l.,.l.1. I..tl,,i,l,.n. II ......... I...
I, ilei rtPl.lt. Id "If" receives 129,113,
suit MlnnM I) llrnrlirldt, h dmu;hlf r, (,.
tv;,7.'. There I" a heipiest ut 197,41!! tl
in 1rliilt riiurch Cnrpomtlou for rlmrt
table itiriHiie slid hiuiim of tl0,&?t,3 eseh
In eight ho)ltul ,tn,1 ethfi InKtltutlnns,
In hU "111 the tfnt.itor rf'iutfd this In
.erl lt Ion to he plui-ed on Ids tomb. "Peace
..li I Mil tin. i.l VVI'I to Men'
UOTEI.S AND REMTAl'RANTfl.
KAI.KS II V Al'CTION.
Tues. Ntghl, Speclsl Dance Context
ALWAYS NEW & NOVEL
CHANGE OF EVENTS NIGHTLY
I Kvery Dy Cafeterls Lunches. 1 1 an
I lo 2 P. M. "Ttiev're llnn.1 Mml. ,
Icrsle Prices. Aft. Tea, 4 lo 0::io, I
Nupper, K to W.
KDOAIt H, de WOI.KK, Oeu, Mgr.
AH OT EL f U1
Mill Ht. A University Plsce.
One block west nf ll'way.
Thoroughly Modern and Fireproof
RATES $1 AND UP
Very convenient for permanent and transient
guests who desire outrun below 2Jt Hi.
Etxallant Restaurant and Cafa.
, , MOIIKKATIS I'KICKH.
Npeclal Uatta fur rermanent (lueata.
UN ItW 'KJ-AKJWKOW
AND l'OU.OWl.NCi DAYS
fioin 11 A. M, to II V. M.
At tliei (lallcrlc.-i of
Fifth Ave. Auction Rooms
.53.5-.H: I'ourtli Ave. AtaMhst.
A Valiuiblo Collection of
11 Ktirupcan and Amcrlruii Artists,
Incliiillni; pictures Inherited from
tliu I'.stalo of
MRS. GEO. R. SCHIEFFELIN,
To Ihi sold by direct Ion of legatees
under Did will, Also from tliu
IMatu of tlio lato
ThOMAS LAWRENCE, ESQ.
and property belonging to
ELI2AHF.TH E. COLBY
Anil Oilier Individual Owner.-.
Npeilal ullrnlliin l Inilted In
Itegls lilgniiiit's "Niagara In V) Inter,"
pun bated Irnni Hie A. T. htewart
i idler I lull Vlto a tliperh etsniple tiy
To llo Sold by Public Auction,
nn Thursday and Friday Kvenlntrs.
Jan. l.'ltli tc I Uli, from H:I5 o'clocl;,
II. A. HAKTMAN, AilctlomsT.
NVw York, January D, 12:15 A. M.
nKAR MADAM or SIR: -
Will you please send us JUST ON'E DOLLAR to-day?
"Extraordinan- rcquestl" Well, it's an oxtraordinary cmerency.
It's a matter of life and death.
YOUR DOLLAR BUYS LIFE. Buys it away from Famine.
Winter, Torture and Disease. Buys child life, mother life.
With your dollar we will purchase food for a starving mothrr or
child in Poland.
Conditions in Poland are frightful. "Much worse than the. worst
in Belgium" is the report of an investigator who knows.
PLEASE FILL IN THE BLANK AND CATCH THE NEXT
There never was a cause more urgent or heart -searching.
The President of the Tinted States, acting upon a resolution of
the Senate, has jiiht i.ssiicd a proclamation calling attention to
Poland's tragedy. So have several dovcrnors, including C-ovcrnor
Whitman. All express hope and confidence that Americans will rise
to the emergency with characteristic promptness and generosity.
We appeal to VOl' as a reader of the Sunday Sun. If every
reader of this paper sends us Jl'ST ON'E DOLLAR A-T O-N'-C-E
we shall he able to save the mothers and babies of a whole district
in war-swept, winter-swept Poland.
JUST ONE DOLLAU T-O-D-A-Y or certainly within' -IS
hours. We have juM had a mo.it distressing cable from our ("Vntral
Commit tee in Switzerland. Conditions in Polish districts covered
by our field workers are critical.
Don't think this matter of Jl'ST ONE DOLLAR loo small
to bother with. Human lives are at stake; horrible suffering is to
YOUR dollar is needed. It will be received most gratefully.
It will be applied efficiently. Food reaches this starving. It is
If you can afford to follow an impure to .m.mkI more than a
dollar by all means do so. We need I he fives, tens, hundreds,
thousands of those persons who can give these amounts to this
great humanitarian work.
But we lWiK EVERY K FADE It OF THIS I'APEU TO
SEND AT LEAST J-l'-S-T O-N-E D-O-L-L-A-11 immediately.
Yours in helpfulness,
m,7 MCTfMS' It E LI KF I I' M).
D-0-L-L-A-R spells LIFE
POLISH VICTIMS' RELIEF FUND
Aeolian Building, New York City
t enclose . for food for kturvlni; children In Poland I'lea-p -end ortlcinl
Name). . Addrim
IMeaso make, chucks, rti'.., pit able lo 'National ( It) Hank tur Polish liclicf."
National American Committee
Polish Victims' Relief Fund
HON. WILLIAM H. TAFT FRANK A. VANDERLIP JAMES M. BECK
(former President of the H'realdeni allnntil ( llv IUnl, .V V.I it'orinrr 4t
I'nlled Malcn llunnrar 'I remoter. Ail.t.-I.rnei at
llouorarv I'rraldent. ot Hip I . n.
4'liairinjii Uieriillve Commit ler.
Caalt contributions to date
American Headquarters Aeolian Bldg., New York