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THE SUN, .FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916., 7
Triniii Poiina Pops Sonic Mov
ing Picture Acting in
AT WINTER GARDEN
Cordial Welcome Kxtciulcil to
the Comedian, Who Hcturns
in a New Show.
)R. CAIUSO ADMIRABLE
Carmen" was presented at the Met'
ritpoltun Opera House last evenlnit with
.in-aldine Karrar In the title role and
jlr Caruso as Von Jo$t. The house wan
sacked ami the performance was greeieo
iih some lauithter and much applause.
When -Mme. Karrar first Impersonated
in. UP")- fnl hopes were cherished
that she would develop the role Into one
ct the rrnwt valuable tn ner repertoire.
T!ie hopes were shattered In a few
minutes after her entrance last evenlnf.
Ilfr rojiu showed no evil effects of her
incursion into me nein ui mo moving uit
,.. hut there was a vast difference
i fhn CnrtHfri.
This role was subjected to elaboration
for the photoplay, and necessarily action
was a.Id.d with much generosity. Home
f nil. action Mine. Karrar put Into the
n.ra. last evening with the result that
the owe elemental type- created by
Mcrlmec became a common drab. The
true Carmen, as fitted to operatic needs,
a. a plebeian Mcssallna, over. whom the
dirk shadow of fate spread poetic
tracedy If any one could have found
a trace of high tragedy last night he
must have had more Imagination than
Mme. Karrar. Bitot's opera la for her a
inmpanlon piece to Splnelll's "A Basso
I'orto." a rank and offensive excrescence
nf the. stews of humanity.
When she emerged from the factory
after the quarrel Inside, her gown had
keen torn completely off and she was
In umlerwalst and petticoat with a smear
, f blood on the left sleeve. Presently
the selied a chorus girl (collar and
rlbow) and forced her to the mat at
the grapple. And she Jumped on the
cirl when she was down and throttled
hr and kicked her too. After that aha
variered around the stage Ilka one of
Ada Lewis's "tough girls" with extended
talons defying every one to try another
To emphasize further the character of
her Carmrn she Introduced the ribald
itrtet laugh which she ueed with such
artlttlc purpose In the last scene of "Jul
hen." It seems hardly necessary to
tttmli further. It was a much de
tirlorated Carmrn, one which brought
Into conspicuous prominence tvery spark
of latent vulgarity In the cigarette girl
an4 obliterated as far as possible the
witchery of the romantic gypsy. Mu
sically It was generally a good Carmen,
for Mme. Farrar's voice was In good con
dltlcn. L'sed as It Is In this role chltfly
In Its medium It discloses Its moat beau
tiful qualities. But the delineation as a
nhote was depressing.
Mr. Caruso succeeded In pretending
hat this creature had around passion
' his breast and cauiied him to forget
hi respectable .Wrurla. Also he aang
hit music with much beauty and finish.
He has Improve.! In the role of Don Jose.
Mr Amato's UtcamUlo waa much the
rime as it was last season. Mmv. Alda
a a good .Vudffn and Mr. Rothler an
excellent Stuniga. Mr. Polacco conducted.
"Itoblnnon Crusoe, ,lr." At the Winter
Koblnion Crusoe, Jr.. Claude ti.mmlng
Oocxt Friday..,.. At Jolssn
Sailor Jim Kitty Doner
Captain Kldd Frank Holmes
Captain Chichester.. Lawrence D'Ors&y
The Soubrelte Eleanor tiros n
tlacnumber Mat Comont
Captain Dick .Frank Carter
Roslta Mile. Ilo.lrlgu.z
Carlo Harry l.uplno
Chlnkerella lMwnr.i Powers
Miss nue t.oh Whitney
Diana Weatbury Helen Shlpman
.V THE OPERA BOXES.
Carmen' Brines Oat sVarare asd
v. tag to He expected, the opera of
!! night brought out an Interesting
ullenoe. Mr. and Mr. I'erry Belmont
v.rt- with .Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Mills
ni.il 'h- guests of Mrs. Ogden fioelet
re Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer
trA Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Bobbins.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gerry and
Mis Carol Harriman were with Mrs.
I) Henry Harriman and the guests of
Mr., Hoclie. were Baron and Baroneta
lli.perg and Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harriman and
hi ann .Mrs. Beverly Hogert were
th Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mather Mac
Mrs. Richard GambriU's gueats were
Jlr. and Mm. Whitney Warren and Mr.
and Mrs. K. Horace Gallatin.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountze'a gueats
Included Mrs. J. Russell Boley and
Charles H.tyden. Mrs. Reginald Rlvca
ai with Mr. and Mrs. George Henry
Among others In the audience were
Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto G. Fabbrl, Miss
Krellr.ghuy.en. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P.
Huntington. Miss (ieorgine Iseltn, Mr.
nd Mr. John W. Cross, Mr. and Mrs.
Htr.ry R. Hoyt. Mr. and Mra. A. D. B.
I'ratt, Mrs. Frederick C. Havemeyer,
Miss Anne T. Morgan. Miss Maude K.
Wetmore and Lloyd Warren.
mME PYLE HT.ART).
Tnaag Pianist From Texas
shows Mock Promise.
W.vnno l'yle, a younc Texan pianist,
at.o was announced as having appeared
as .oIolM during five years of concert
oik on the Continent with many of the
hading orithestras In Germany, gave hor
fl'st ic-'ltdl here yesterday afternoon
In Aeolian Hall. Her programme In
iluri4 lleethoven'H sonata, opus 81,
ftrahms's variations on a theme of
Pasanlnl. Schumann's "Fantasy Pieces,"
epus r. and Ravel's "Vallee des
Miss I'yie's playing disclosed unusual
talents aa a performer, though her
m.rlts were uneven. She began with
Schubert's "Moment Musical," opus 44,
- .'. which hhe delivered with a tone
ler.erallj musical, but with an exag-
n-ranon in the expression of senti
ment Defects in the Beethoven sonata
. largely rhoac of tone, as In forte
parages she allowed It to become hard
xr.H it a.H often without Ktiffirlen. otm
There was. furthermore, lack in flexible
no accurate finger work. Ab a whole
r.oeer, the composition was played
with keen understanding.
In tre Itrahms variations the pianist
Ja more at ease and did some of her
""i work. Wic, played them In good
Pri with a commendable command of
tc!mij and a pood treatment of tonal
effects and mod. To sum up the
PlavefH abilities, In the matter of fine
rhythm. Iirllllanre. of tecJhnlcal finish
nd a general broader stylo Miss Pylo
hn yet home things to acquire. As a
Pianist who can hold the attention of
the more critical listener she Is already
'r "it the road toward achieving results.
Harrlentoa Hnlolst at Rrceptlosj.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Murray Young gave
reception with music at the Colony
luh laxt evening, when Mme. Marie
lUrrientos. the new Spanish soprano of
'n Metropolitan Opera Company, was
th soloist. Her programme Included
Kl Majo," a new song by Oranados ;
Air des Hosslgnols," by Rameau ;
"I'ournuol Renter Heulette," hy Saint
Raens; "Vedral Carlno," by Moiart, and
aro Nome," from Verdl't "Rlgoletto."
uulseppl Hamboschek was at the piano.
Al Jolson Is realty the flower of the
Winter Garden. None of Its other prod
ucts was ever so popular. Of nil Its
entertainers he was ever the best liked.
He may really be called a Winter Gnr
den growth, since his ability as a come
dlan was developed there, laist night
he was back at the scene of his nrtlatlc
triumphs, appearing In an extravaganza
more or less of the usual Winter Harden
pattern called "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.'
Mr. Jolson has not been seen here since
he acted more than n ear ago In "Dan
clng Around." It Is the part of Friday
which falls to him after the first scenes
of the play. It Is not a new role for
fun makers, although It was more pop
ular In the past than It has been of
recent years. Bert Williams wanted to
act the part a few years ago. but Mr.
Jolson seems to have beaten him to It.
The new show last night wns described
as a "musical- extravaganza," und there
were the customary talented Journeymen
of the Winter Garden forces on the Job.
Harold Atterbrldge and Kdgar Smith,
who supply bright material so fie
quently to this theatre, prepared the
text, while there was music by Hlgmund
Romberg and James Hunlcy. The two
acts were under the direction of J. (
Huffman, who has previously brought
these productions to triumph.
There was an openlnc scene In a
country home at Westbury and that was ,
followed by two views or Koiiinson
Crusoe's Island with a pirate ship to fol
low. The silver city and a return to
Westbury completed the number of pic
tures In which the audience was Invited
to witness the fun which Mr. Jolson and
his assistants provided.
Centre of Kvery Scene.
It was of course Al Jolson who was
the centre of every scene In which he
appeared. Absence made the large
audience more than ever appreclathe of
the spontaneity ami freshness of his
humor. He la a wonderful example of
what the lack of self-conxclousness ac
complishes In the case of a popular
ravorite. ."touting imerieres wun me
evident Intent to do the best that he
can to entertain. And he was as divert
ing as ever In all the various Incarna
tions that the librettists had prepared for
him. Of course he was the Irresistible
Jolson In all of them. Had he been any
thing else his loyal public would have
resented it. There was every cause for
the cordiality with which he waa wel
comed back. Perhaps his songs were not
always out of the ordinary. But the
singer was. and therein lay the cause
for the rejoicing of the spectators who
had gathered to greet him.
He was a chnuffcur before he was
Friday In the dream of his employer
Then he imitated a Turkish hourl for a
few amusing minutes before he appeared
again as mere Jolson and for the sake
of the public which had been so cordial
to him did a whistling specialty that
dateil from the first night he ever ap
peared on the hUge of the theatre with
which for five years he has been Identi
fied. It took a modest celebrity to do
that. Indeed this element of his per
formance added to his humor, 11m effec
tive delivery of his songs and the Irre
sistible personality helped In being the
hero of "Robinson Crusoe, jr., to an ex
tent which made the evening nil his own.
Then he had the advantage of appear
ing In a chastened and reformed Winter
Garden show. There, were acres of
tights. No rosy brawn ohtruded. Dim
pled knees were carefully concealed
under silk fleshing. The historic run
way was utilized sparingly.
On one occasion It was the simple
domestic expedient of wool that tied the
spectators to the chorus. The knitting
girls tossed the ends of the yarn Into
the audience. Its more enterprising
nwrnhera a-rasued the ends tentatively.
The old time Intimacy between public
and performers was missing.
Dlalosrae Is Reformed
There was even a great Intention to
reform In the dialogue, 'mere were in
Heart a. ronnle of raw ones. Singularly
ennuvh both fell to Mr. Jolson. Who
gave them to him? They did not sound
In the least like the healthy humorist
who had been amusing the public with
out the need of resorting to any such
nndeilnab e and exotic suggestions.
One and the less offensive of the two
rtferred t5 the toug"h chicken wnicn it
tnnk no long to stew. The other had
its Inspiration In the French conversa
tion In the restaurant. Mr. Jolson will
identify them all right.
There waa tuneful music from Mr.
linmbera-. who rewrote himself cheer
fully, and occasionally a Joke showed
Its head apologetically In the text. There
was excellent taste as well as adequate
lavlshness in the costumes. A new
beauty appeared In Wanda Lyon, Mme.
Caumont Is a fat and strange comedi
enne. aoDarenliy driven to ineso nosim
able shores by the war, and both Claude
Firmmlna- and Lawranee D'Orsay added
their share of background to the pro
ceedings. Frank Carter dances grace
fully and sings well enough, while Ada
Patrova gave to one scene an agreeable
Grace and Berkes were two welcome
dancers. In tne varied scenca more
than one background was of otrlklng
beauty, anil ngainsi ine inn -uh
m-inclnnl actors or the well trained
chorus supplied constant and graceful
or amusing movement, uui n w.m
really Al Jolson's night. Knr that rea
son It was Immensely satisfying to the
uudlcnce. and many other nlghtti to comn
will probably prove that the Winter
Garden has another of lt!j unique and
plays and Players,
a will bo alven under the ausplcs
nf the Automobile Club of America on
Monday evening. February S. at the Hotel
rUt?le'anor Painter, who wns forrni to
leave the eaat of "The ITInn;s Pat," I.
rxt-nverlnf and epect to rejoin the com
pany nest week at the Majestlo Theatre,
Brooklyn- ,. .
Berlin to hold gains till Allies seek peace. Berlin despatch.
WITH FINE EFFECT
BOSTON ORCHESTRA GEORGE B. POST, JR.,
IN FOURTH CONCERT
Stliiiiiiaiiii-llciiik Heard as
Krdn After Thirteen Years
The presentation of "Der Ring des
N'ihcluiiKcn" continued on Its way at the
Metropolitan Opera House yesterday
afternoon when "Siegfried was sung.
Those who may have harbored a fear
that the Wagnerian drama was In dan-
Dr. Muck Offers Programme
That Displays Fine Resources
of His Players.
The fourth evening concert of the Bos
ton Symphony Orchestra took place In
Carnegie Hall last night. The music
offered by Dr. Muck-- was entirely or
chestral, and while It Included no tiov-
elty In scope It might be said to have
MRS. H. P. WHITNEY'S
SCULPTURE ON VIEW
Gallery Newly llimjr for the
Exhibition With Admi
WILL WIDEN REPUTATION
TO WED MISS GIBSON
Second of the Season's Debu
tantes Whose Kiijriiyciiii'iit
Has Been Announced.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Dana tiltison,
127 liist Seventy-thlid street, announced
rterd,iy the engagement of their only
daughter. Ml. Irene !anghorne Olrwon,
to Ueorge It l'ot. Jr, Mls (llheon Is
one of the debutantes nf the ulnter and
'"A ... has been much In evidence at th- ppoml
.m V" J :"L . , . . tieni entertainments of the mmm.n. She , ... lnham. his former nurse. Mo.st
An exhibition of Mrs. If. I'. Whltnej 's
sculptures Is now occupying the studio
at s West Klghth street, nnd will be on
public view, until March 4. It Includes
nil the Important pieces designed by
Mrs. Whitney for various public places
in the last few years and a number of
others that have not been previously
seen. The works already shown have
published the fact that Mrs. Whitney
Is an ambitious artist, hut It must be
confessed at once that the present col
lection will give an added Idea or tier
achievements and will greatly extend
The gsllrry has been newly liung tor
the exhibition. A curtain of blue silk
gauze hangs In front nf the former red
velvet walls and the purple tone mat
results makes an admirable nnd atmos
pheric background for the figures. The
largest of these Is tho model for the
Titanic memorial to be erected In Wash-
Ington. Although the memorial itsou
U In lie twice the size of the model,
the present figure with Its pedestal ex
tends from floor to celling ami caienen
liilcrcntlng llghtn that add to the highly
The figure, as Is ulready known, holds
i. .t.l..lnL.rl ...Ul. nil IIHltlll. I
IIS luilin vmnuiiinicu ,i,i. .... - '
takalile suggestion of the cross atul tho
head Is flung backward with an expres
sion of heroic submission. The rear
rangement of the draperies of the figure
I ill a flmt model Is also shown for th
sake of comparison) Is a great Imrove-
nient to It.
Pacing the entrance door of the gal
lr I. n Amir nf n limn carved 111 gray
stone which Is one of the best in tho gal
lery. The man bends Ills liean upon u
raised arm us he plunges forward with
the half d-spnlrltig, half ouestloning look
that seems to radiate from most of the
sculptures In the room. One bronze In
which n dejected figure has doubled upon
Itself with limp, loose hanging amis,
giving a pose that suggests absolute col
lapse. Is culled "Wherefore."
f.... - it,, flinir,, cvnrefiM nbnolllte
satisfaction with life. Kven the little I
portrait sketch of the artist's daughter .
bears a question uon ner hi.-, mm -head
of the American athlete (admirably
characterized) confronts the, world with
defiance. . ., ,
The kculpturwriue qualities of all these
piece are considerable, but It is tn tte
sculptor's credit that the Ideas expressed
Mtrinount questions of technique.
STEVENSON SALE AT END.
Author' Autograph Missives llrlnsr
In Total of T.ii:tH.
The highest price In the two days
.,!.. r.t p.c.lier. t.ouls Stevenson s auto-
1 graph letters at the Anderson Oallerlrs
I wn paid yesterday !)' tieorge D. Smith
for aMntter to tile uuinor .. momrr vw.i
ten from a lighthouse steamer on a. trip
to the Shetland Islands. Tor the work
of n boy of ta It is a i-marUabtc de
scription of th- Cathedral of St. Mag
nus, at Kirkwall. It Is Illustrated with
pen and Ink sketches.
Th s-ile vrrtertlay disposed of the last
of the letters which Mrs. Salisbury Held
of Santa Barbara, 'al.. Inherited from
her mother, Mrs. St-vcnsou. The tutal
proceeds yesterday amounted to $7..
311,50. The collection, parts of which
were soW In 10. has netted IS3.11S.4:..
Mr. Smith paid K'OO for another let
ter from Stevenson to his mother glv
inr his reasons for dedicating "The
Child's Harden of Verses" to Alison
"Exhibition Ends Monday Next at Noon"
NO ONR VKS AITORtt TO MIS KKF.IVt! Till'. WONDER
VVt. l.AMBEHr COLLECTION OK PAINIINtlN."
The American Art Galleries
MADISON HOt'ARK SOUTH
ON FREE VIEW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
By order of the Pateraon Safe Deposit and Trust Company
of Peterson, New Jersey, Trustee and Mortgagee
Monday, Tuesday (Washington's Birthday), Wednesday and
Thursday, Feb. 21st, 22d, 23d and 24th
Beginning Promptly at Eight o'clock
In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza
Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street
(ADMISSION IV CARD. LIMITED TO THK CAPACITY f)P TUP. ROOM.
MAY BE HAD FREE OK TIIK MANAGERS.)
The Marble Statuary
Belonging to the Lambert Collection
Will Be Sold
Cn Wednesday Afternoon next. Feb. 23d, at 2i30 o'clock
At The American Art Galleries
MAIIIMON SOt'ARI". Sill' Ml
.PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED DE LUXE tWTAI.OflUE, LIMITED TO
FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY COP1EH (MORE THAN HALF OF WHICH
IIAVKlll'.EN DISPOSED OF). WILL HE SUPPLIED ATI'IVE DOLLARS EACH
In the Book and Print Department
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING AT 8:15
Portraits of the Mister Engravers of the XVII Century
The Proptrtr of R. EderhciiMr and widely known at the Juniut S. Morgan Collection
THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 CONCLUDING SESSION OF
The Sale of The Sydney Herbert Library
The ! will bs rondurtrd h .MR. HIOM4N L'. UIRIIV
snd hit sMlManl, Mr. Ottu Hrnirt, of
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
Madltun rq. Mouth, Lnlrame (1 V.. l id Mrret. Nc Vnrk.
$210 FOR "OCTOBER MORN."
Auction nt Snlninniiiiill floti
Hrlnss Total of Htl.SOO.
Last nlKlit's sfHlon of the auction
s.ilc of pictures ut the SiilinuRUnill Chili.
1 4 WVm Twelfth Mru't. brought .i total
of 13,500. half of which bws to the club
and half to the club members who
palntc.il the picturcM.
"October .Morn," by C.rlton VI
Blns, cx-irelilent of the oluti, brought
the highest price of the evenltiK, 1210,
paid by It. K. I.epp-rt. William J.
(Julnlan. n deaf mute artist, wa present
when his plctuie, "The Grund Canyon,"
was sold for 130.
I'aul K. Albertl, treasurer of the club,
expects that tn-nlght's sslon will brliiR
at least 3,000,
...... ......... i , , , , .. ... , , linn i.i iiuiii-it.n wi ,-., mi, r,tv
Ber of a loss of prestlire must have been ;, The wor 1'I c De. mother, who was Mlis
, Z .I,! of .he audience, ir'? " 'J.1!'?, "."l." Jl ,.t. Irene I,,Khore of V,rBl..h.. a .lauithter
l ittle Mothers o lire Mrs. Whitman
Mis. Charles 8. Whitman, wife of the
oovernor. will visit the Little Mothers
Jnli afiernonn. from 4 until 6 o'olock, at
Happy Day Mouse. 1J6 Second avenue,
a nation of the I.lttle Mothers Aid As
oclatlon. Hhe will convey the saluta
tions of her daughter Ollvt, who Is a,
comforted by the size of the audience.
The huie was crowded und there were
almost us many standers as If the only
Caruso hail been cat for the title role.
It was a performance of singular In
terest. Kor one thine Ernestine Schu-mann-llelnk
reappeared for the first
time In thirteen years at tho Metropoli
tan and once more sang Krdn as It Is
simple Justice to say only she can. Her
delivery of the portentous words of the
mysterious Wala was profoundly Im
presslxe by reason of Its nobility of
htvle. Her tone, her diction and her
dramatic accent were nil of the splendid
type to which she accustomed Wagner
lovers In ears past.
Hut the merit of the performance, was
not heis alone. In Johannes Sembach
there was a Slrprird who radiated
youth and vigor. His singing was gen
erally admirable ami his enunciation of
the text was good, Kree In action, alive
with boyish vivacity, he succeeded also
In Indicating H'e awakening of manhood
In the presence nf the aroused Valkyr.
Clarence Whltehlll as the ITondrrer
was superb. His voice was In Its best
condition, nnd he delivered the great
declamation with a breadth and virility
of style which made the character stand
forth In all Its grandeur. Mme. dadskl
was still Indisposed, but her place aa
BriiriinhlMe was capably fUled by Mme.
Kurt, who had already been heard In the
role with pleasure,
Thero were also Messrs. Relsa and
(iorltz as the two Nlbelungs. Mr.
Ilelss's .Wlnir retains Its running and Its
r.n-tthK- detailed psychologic signifi
cance. It has long been one of the
Important contributions to our unaer
standing of the artistic purposes of
Wagner. Miss Mason was tolerable as
the rornt lllrd.
Th cnmluctor v.as naturally Mr.
Hodaniky. He has Introduced cuts
which may have displeased some per
fect Wagnerltes. The whole question of
cutting the wagner scores in )
one anil will probably never be settled
to general satisfaction. If wo could
the "Ulnar" dramas given as they
are at Munich and llayreuth. beginning
In the afternoon nnd with long Inter
missions, there could be hut one settle
ment und that would be the presentation
without a Mingle excihion. nui voimi
tlons here are vastly different.
Morgtn Will. C'lnh sit Banqart.
i,nit 'jr,0 employees of J. I. Morgan
'Co. here und tn Philadelphia who
t!,oiiielvcn the .N.XIII. t;iun cam
ired at the Hotel McAlpIn Inst night
for a banquet. The speakers were
iirt.eri I.. Hrfttcrlce, Hubert S, naeon
, iimrv I. Davison. The toast
mastir was William I'lerson Hamilton.
tnTadrams by Btyard Velller, sutlicir nf
"within the U" It I. in yet unnamed
There are twenty-four ncenet In tli three
actm at the pteeo.
Illchsrd I-mbrt will proem his farce.
"The Blue envelope." In New York within
Vilw ek. Th rait will bo hemic. I t,y
witter Jon and Kranklyn Arilntl. The
Dlay had a two week, trial lait .esion.
Additional feature for the prrfortmnee
ut the Liberty Thoutre next Hunduy nlrht
Snd.r th aunplce. of Company A of the
Meventy.nnt Reg menl IncluUa Allyn Kim
J5 twelve V.lfeld Midnight Krollc girl..
Relli nialiche and the Dolly Lter.
Walter I'erclval and rrunk McCormlrU
hmve been engaged by the Htuyviunt Pr
luring Company for "Come to MojieinU."
"be new romlo opira which It will pro
duce. Oeorge S Chappell sod Kenneth M,
Kurchlton art the authors of the work.
.ner. siraums lone poem uuu ,,, ,.il(.un i-,i,, ,,.i
Quixote" and Haydn's K flat major sm- h,r f n' fMt)1I. fnmou for lu 1Muiful
phony. , women, and she Is said to Inherit a good
In the performance of Debussy s se.i tie.lX of hr fatlfr-, talent for dtawlng.
pleves unusual opportunity was affoided M t;ilw.,n Is the second of the
the orchestra to display both ns a united Sr.,TOu debutaiitc to announce an en
body nnd as Individual solo players its Ka..-inent. The first debutante of the
splendid resources In producing almost season to become engaged was Miss l,l.
every Imaginable tint In the realm oiian Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tone color. Tone pictures, as the om (ieorge (julntard P.i'mer. whose engage
no doubt are of the sea In Its ever , ment to Henry C Steer was announced
changing phases, from the darkness nnd In Decmber,
calm of the fading night through the Mr. Post h a son of Mr .ud Mrs. I r ..- Mrrw uns tl
light of dawn nnd Into the glory of a.deorge it. i'ot of .-. List Fifty-first , ,. .. onmit , fottv
ltrsrenilnnt of John .Inrnb Aitnr Is
Wedded In Cathedral.
Mlhs Helen Dorothea Kane, a daugh
ter of the late Walter Lingdon Kane,
wus mairloil yesterday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock to Seymour Johnson, son of
Mr-. S. Fisher Johnson of this city. In
the Cathedral of St. John the Divine by
the Itev. Dean (.iroswnor, rector of the
rathslr.l. The ceremony was followed
by a reception at the home of the bride's
mother, 42 liast Sixty-seventh street.
The bride entered the church with
her stepfather, who guve her away. She
wore a gown of white satin, trimmed
with old iiint lace and made with a
long court train. Her veil of old point
u-iiieh h.i.i been worn bv her grand-
of the important book bikers fiom all moti,er, Mrs. De Lancy Kane, when a
CHARLES HITCHCOCK, JR.
Widely l no tin liiilfer nnd Hockey
Pinter ( it in on lit Victim.
Charles Hitchcock. ,1 '! Jcaix old,
formerly Intercolliglalii unlf champion
and :i widely knonii ho. V, y pla.ter, died
from pneiiinonla last night at Ins home,
TM) Maillson avenue. After giuluatlnn
from Vale In l:to:i he beciine n broker
In Wall street and was elected a member
of the New York Stock Hxchauge In
February, I ; 0 P .
Mr. Hitchcock was a son nf Dr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Hitchcock nf 01 K.ist
Sixty-fifth street, lie was bom at Nar
ragansett Pier, I j, I , and after entering
Yale became captain of the college golf
nnd hockey teams. Ills Ilrst success In
golf was when he won the Shlnnecoclt
tournament In July. 1M'!, He captured
the president's cup by winning thu New
port golf tournament In September, 1900,
nnd the following ear won tho Point
Judith cup In the golf tournament held
at Narragansett Pier. Mr. Hitchcock
won the Intercollegiate, golf champion
ship In 1902.
He was a member of the Yale Ctuk
His wife ami one son simite.
over the country have attended the sale,
Col. I'rniicls P. Ileaseltlne.
Boston. Feb. 17 Col. Francis F. llea
seltlne. s.t. a retlted law.tcr. died at his
home in Newtonvllln tii-nlglit. When a
student at Colby College he raised a
company of volunteers and commanded
the Third Maine Itegfun in at the Ilrst
battle of Hull Kim. Later In command
of loo mm per.it.iiL' on t Texas
coast he tepulsed a icdim-nt of Confed
erate cavalry. For this ronsreaa
DICKENS WORK BRINGS $435.
MWetche. bj Bo." Orts Heat Price
al !alr of First K.dltloni.
A first edition In octavo of Diekrns's
"Sketches by Box" brought $t3.1 yes
terday In the second day of the sale o.
ilri editions of rale books at the Amerl-
1 ran Art (Jalleii's. In Maduon Square.
the tmyer. ine em-
The second highest price paid yesler
sh n ne dav over wh eh there In time street, lie was cr.niu ie,i trom it:ir.im ,iLui,nt:
comes and passes tho tumult of possible In ll'l.t and Is a member of the KnI. ker-1 Th,. total proceeds from the sale
storm and the wind, they were one by bo'ker Club of this city and aNo of " I ainoUnt'il last night to JK.2! r.O. It
one presented to the listener last nlgnt nauuiroi ..on i mo. - a "",r.U will be .faicludi-l toilay.
u-lth nn nrAtiaatpnl nLrlll n-1iliii U'.'IW fill of the firm of Pot at riaig. Wall I "',." . , ,.,,.... V,
th. mnst t.;.rt nmlt.r. PosklhlV lt."treet. Mr I'Okt l tile third 111 direct
could b said that the
something of that llluslveness
music, but even so
plenty with which delight
In the superb showing
the sentiment with w
sltlon was played.
The "Don Quixote"
consists of an Introduction
knightly character" and
variations," with a finale la a long com- lnPatvd with amateurs In entertainments
ponnion, tnrougn me mazes aim imnca- for ch.irlty.
cles of which Dr. Muck Is wont to lead, jr Rotten Is a sou of Mu A, Floyd
his orehestra with master hand. Artistic ' fi,u- , nf thl n'tc unit Vf.i.it,L.t I . T
discretion In the employment of the!,lnd a nephew of Harr K Vlngut. who
splendors of tonal colors, fine balance married a d -witter of the late Mayor I
and remarkable shading, alt of which 1 U.iynnr No late has been kr for the
means he has so opulently nt command, wedding
urine, whs nt iu ui 'w - , ' " awanieii nun a lneii.il ur honor He was
orange blossoms and she carrl.d a nou- a fnm.r comiiiaiiiler of the l.oyal I.u.
quet ot jessamine. .!.. le.u.n.- ......... ; g01 ,,f Ma-sachusett?
tho only nriuai atienu.un.. , --
tunie of mauve colored satin and chif
fon and a hat to correspond, trimmed
with pink ros-ebuds and silver. She
carried a lkiuquet of mauve sweet peas.
Ogden ' M'lls as the bel man.
The ushers were Ilernon S. Prentice.
William Alfred Pent.
William Alfrul Perry. M t,,i! old,
died at his home, T Hast Fit ty. sixth
street, jesterdiiy He was ,111 ci'iu-lncer
tnd had retltid from the il 1 1, , nf llenrv
Courtl.indt P. llon, an"-" """ K. orthlngtoii Co twei t v. nrs ago.
Illcharil II. William-, Jr. I. Mstai He Is sm vled by hs w fe a llenrv
Kendall and J. Henry Alexandre. p;..rrepoui IVny, ,in,l .1 dauKHiei. Mrs.
only a small nimtl-T of relatives ard p,.rre LmHlard It.iimld.- lb t,r gr.nl
frl.n.ls were present for '"'' r,'0yl'V,",,V , "ated from Clumbia In the .lass of
The house was deenrated with lalm . ., () .,,,,. , ,,f.
pink roes and Kastcr lilies Mr. aim Ver...ty. Centuit ai.d Cukiiivis cluba
Mrs. Johnson left for t"f ''' " 5 and the Societj of , ! "'
wedding trip Th. y will IU'1 "' ,
-u.. 1.. 1.1.1 .ti.yt'end.mt of the 1
ciij. " ; . 11. -.,....i,
i ,..A i....M 1 ....it 1 - - 1 nrst ji.nii ,i..'i." .,-,..
delivery lacked ," "".'. ,."T " """'""' i ,utlon of "ChrlM's Vlct.uie. an.i ir.- .T U'aiii.n..t.... i. I t..t. it
In subtle ' ', rg- ' ' '; . 1 e umt,h )n ,PJU(,tli all, r.:lr,, ver. and , r(lr.Ti,i.. ' IVl-r.i H. W. ti.tll. a for 1 ,1. 1 of
Debuys V 'T.i. fl'r death." by t. ties .etcm 1. ine, . .i.nehter of Hutu itleld . C 11 K,s .,, Han's of
there remained ' ' ' " I M.ung.r. printed wlililn i.lacit lines, wiiii .m es 1. .'"". .".,,..,, New York. 11.. d at his b.,11 . ilk.i.
was afforded ... . n . wo,,icut ornaments. The l.uyer was J. Il; .anu ,,,e. . '' ' 1 , J. tri.n,.. He w- T:l ,...,r ..Id. Mr V. .. , ,1' Jo Ted
of tonal art and ... ... ,.,...,,.. ,.r,.H, ' 1' Drake. ..."' a m,-. John llrew.r of Hutteitield a .',, Jiff r tetrs , He
hich the compo- the engagement of the:,-dauu'h- J''Z'L lZ 'Z.uvlrZ Hills, 1, I. last evening tn the , .., ,.r ,.. the .. , Ai-
,, , ter. Miss tie-ttude Margery Shannon, to f'W "", ' , j "t , f Twn r K I I! it "1 Church. Brooklyn Tho '''Ion and a .l.iecio, ..; . Importers
of Strauss, which T ' ,K ..., ,Ilirl, ,..,,. ...,,, nf parts of I Helenas Tale of Twn Cite s . 't-t 1 ...,,- ..rfl,. lej ,. mid 1 rades .Nt:.,., n...,; ,. lr.
11 and theme "of,, M!, sa,inn ) a most ccom. '- f""'"v,'a l,y re-'-" 'V f". " M,whi.rs .11U tour
ten "fantastic , ,1 incr ,.,vln fremmn.lv m. " IicWwio' ( lu.h.' " tn f"T'J ' . l'.r ' ...V. . , ,.,. br'.le's parents. I foils.
n..r.ii .ins iv If S'Mii'iur aim c- .nun .i, i.e .., ,, .... i .
I -. - - . .
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
are features united In full measure In
Ills handling of the great difficulties pre
sented hy the score. Last night, the.
cello solo In the number was played by
Mr. Warnke. first cellist of the orches
tra, and the viola obllgato by Mr. Ferlr.
THOMAS P. RYAN GIVES SINNER.
Ills Oarata laelade Senator fader-
wood aad Others of Prominence,
Thomas V, Ryan gave n dinner last
evening at his home, S3S Fifth ave
nue. Ills guests Included Senator Oscar W.
I'nderwood of Alabama, Francis l.jn.le
Stetson. Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler.
Henry "! Trick, Charles M, Schwab.
Hugo Cunllffe-Owen, James B. Duke,
Morgan .1. O'Brien. C, C. Dula, Alex
tinder J, Hemphill. John B. Iennls, Judge
Francis K. Pendleton, Churl. s S. Miller,
John B. Uyan, Theodore P. Shonts, John i
D. Arrhbold, J. Sergeant cram, naniei
Mrs. John Astor returned e.terday
from Washington. D. ., and Is at the
MNs .Marian Welter, daughter of Mr Moncure Boblnson gave a dinner last
and Mrs. William .1 Weller, announced night In n private dining room nt the
her engagement to Joan P. von C.lahn t ISltz-Carlton
testerihtv at a luncheon given at her
home, 229 Oarfield place, Miookl.tn
... !'r..1ili-tlt SirCft. .HIS-,
Heeis ilreenm.in was her sUtei s ma .1 of
honor The bii.lesumlds were the Misses
The.l.i U'eiiyon. Marlon Hurr. Mabel
Itievt.i and Adelaide V.;el Paul Ola
land of Bifton was best matt ami . the
ushers were ror.U1.1m Pave. Peicv Hall.
Wun. til WIImiti. Arthur P. IMikham of
HrooUlvn. l.avMeiue Austin of Hartford
mul IM...11111I lt.selt of Taunton. Mass.
r Brewer vvus graduated from liar-v.ii-,1
in Ul'J and Is :i member of the
lb. belt I il..i.is ..'!. up
lacs 111 Miuilia'taii. dml ..' '
B, 15 side at .-I tie 11 l 'P.
Mn e. Wllltes'O'ie .,i ,1.1
poi ',r of
- ,1111" tt
I . ,vc-
White lnmnl Meet To-night.
Mrs. Horace S. Ulv gave n small dance , iiarvard Club of New York
last night at the ilolham Tor her daugh
ter, Miss Fannie Kly,
Mrs. Junius imperil will give a bridge
party till" afternoon at her home, HO
Hast Seventy-first street,
Mrs. William A. li-irnimi of Brooklyn
will give a card party followed by sup-
About 2.10 membeis of the Ceorge
White Alumni Asso.-latlon will gather to.
morrow night at the Savoy Hotel for
their sixteenth annual dinner In honor of
Oorfie White, who for fifty-throe years I ,,er and .lancing this evening In the ball
. . .......... 1 ....t..A.n.l ... V-... S-l. . - . .....
tta ic.i. tier ..in i". tt..-u . ... .-,-. 1 u. n room Ol l lit.' iioiuaiii
A dance will be given to-night at
, ShcrryV for MUs Klc.uior Do Uraff Cu
lc; debutant.) daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T !) Witt Cuyler of Philadelphia.
RESERVES EN0 WILL DECISION.
Snrrounlc I'otrler ltrln ftlon
tn Application of Columbia.
cnvsoi! M I'g.ir.-ie I., nge
1 runera' fr., 11 i'i- I'line.a' ''li 1 1 t'rinlc
Il 1 ..ui.'. 1 11 11' I.Hi. leterment
M.i'ii-i M..i n. N V .
cltv public hchools.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
St ll t .1 Kerne, Siv.innnh. O p
i"lngtnti, 1 'let elan. t
Wsblnrf-Astnil - S.imu. I It'i, PhlLnl'l
pill 1 A .1 l'.i'lllt. I'lllbldelphl I.
I'nrk Aieiiue William II rook f'h.
(": It, l. I'liiihhiBhiini, Trn, N V
Wnlcott C I. Itrv.ml. ('Inrlnnatl .VJr.
Vojnaers Arrlvlim l'rcim llnulnn.l
nnd Kraitee neparlnres,
'iallliiu ye.lrr.1ar by the White Star liner
Adriatic, for Liverpool:
John A. Agnew. t!-pt. Itobrt J, Kotter.
II P Allison Forilycv C. Jones.
Vrrii'nn c'.tle. Pi ol W. fi .Miller.
Harry o 1'l.nlUley. Iliopiai K Putumn.
Mr an I Mr.. K. H H. U. Pyne.
I)ai"el. William Philip Slmmt.
Mr. M. M H Kenton
rtivnl. by thu I'rrnch llnr Eipaisre, from
Cardinal I)iii Satalre Damon J. Johmon.
lu-iilii. "r t-'li.rlei A, lYyor.
Tim Abl" '1' Amour. Mr. and Mr.. Herbert
Ml.. Matilda Me. Wr..
Oniclteii J- Taylor.
Ml" Kriineet Van In- W, K. Cuiiniiuhun,
c,.,i Mr. (I, I.. Porter,
i Hie Ward liner Mexiio, for Nii.au an, I
Mr"".! Mr, Hnla-rt Major ami Mr.. W. II,
Mri."Kird I.a Mon- Mri'Charlea P. Kord.
tn nr. Mrs. llor.ee HrewH-r.
ir noil Mir Piiibci Mr. and Mn. six-ncer
lliiwk. Ikirdrn. Jr.
K N' Keen" Chtrl.t A. Hlarbui k
Robert W. Wrenn. Mr. slid Mn. W. W.
T. h. Churchill. CurtlD.
In Xew York To-day.
Suffrage play, Waldorf A. toi In, S P M,
l.llierlil Club, annual revel, Web-ler Hall.
8 P. M.
fhiikrpfare festival it Teachers Cnl-
Irge, s I'. M.
VV C ll.rlt. Slim-
Cluggenhelm. Ilobert A, C, Smith, Iter- ml Mrs. Walter I,. Ilns, Plill.idelpht 1
nard M Haruch. l-ramis l., nine,
Charle. "exander, Henry Clews,
Wllllainkon W, Fuller, Fall ''ax 1ind
street, Paul O. Cravath, Daniel tl. Held.
James S, Alexander, Pirclval S, 1111!,
Junius Parker, De Lancey Nlcol!, Angii't
1). Jllllllard, John Djneley Prince, V.il
cntlne P. Snyder and William r Potter.
Vvtnr- Mr an, I Mrv
rlil" Mr and Mr..
t" Ileitis -Mr .111.1 Mrs Philip Kt- m.
mi. We.ili.iry, I, I . Mr and Mr. Y.
Manhattan-Mr. and Mr. A. .1. MrPnn
n, I, Montreal, Mr and Mr.. Hlani hard
V.in.lerhllt -lr, and Mrs. P (I. Ilu.1,1,
We.t l-.'n.l. N J.: Mr and Mr., r r
Slnkrs, Wars Irk, N Y
Clirldgr Prank It. Mtrtln. Detrnlt,
Arthur P. Jnne., N'.irfelk, Va,, II II, Mir.-.,
I.nn.lon, ling , William Janor, Tornnto
MeAlpIn - William II. Savery, Jr.. Wl.
ml'ietnii. in 1. 1 Jir, nnu .nr.. .mnil a. At
ii,.a.n,. niter linlltutc dinner. Ilnirl . 1 . iiu-. tto.lnn. ,tr ana .mis i,. ! ..s
McAlptn. l:.'lo P. M
Knllhts .if Cnlutiil.u. Ball, Vt.idl.oi
Bquure UurJ.n, evening,
A.MM-lallon of Commercial Trivelrr',
Waldorf-Astoria, T P. M.
Ani.rlran Society of Murine Englncrr.
dinner, Hotel Itrr.lln, Tl.'tO P. M.
New York Ilallroa.l Club, mertlnr. ''!
We.t Tllirty-ninin .trrri, n r, .v
mer, Sill 't epuri, l.a ; iin.inu. ,s J.ilin.on,
i, tola, I 1.1,
Manhattan--Mr. and Mrs If. o Wldte,
Pi ..vi.leiite; Mr iii'.il Mrs. VV II Hail..,
i iinn: Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Sweet, Attle.
horo, Ma..i Mr, and Mrs. Philip s. .aP.
den, l.ov"ll. Mass ; .Mr. and Mr., A If.
Illl'", Ne' Haven,
M.rii.iliiup William A All.rlahi 11.,...
ford. I ml.; Mr. and Mr. William lHv,.n.
New York Congestion Cnmnilllee, m.pt- , pf.rt, lluffal"; Mr and Mrs. John H, Mch,.
Ini, Palli-d Charities Building, H p , lire. Iiayion; Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cr-.v..
Ulrl. Conference, auditorium nf the -f,h , ''.''"."uihla "(ir "und Mrs I ernnm ZK'f
Avenue Presbyterian Church, 7H. P. M. Philadelphia, sir. un.i .tirs. in riniin hn.i,
Vaar College play, "Tho Lidy Prom lia.inn
Oklanoma," centurj lO'cruin, sua i- si
I.lttle Mother. Aid Association, r.r.ptli.n
to Mr. ctitrir. 1. tvnitmaii, .'.in I'ciund
avenue, I P. M.
People'! institute, meeting and .ll.riik
Ion f "The Con.ervttlon ol Uunian Ufi,"
Cooptr Vnlos, t P. at. '
I'l.lAil Mr and Mis W. 11 Schiller.
Pittrliurg, 1 1. urge W Sleten.. Itltiiui.ind;
Mr and Mr.. I'. W Srhuinai her, Cliini.
bus, I-' N. Vaii'lervelile, The Hague, Mr,
and Mr.. S.tli I'. Thmia. Mr and Mn.
Leonard C. Ilanns, Clmclsn.l, Ur. and
Mra. Harold J. Oroii, Protldcnee,
IIPillAM M..iin' Vera
Tlictav, Tel. nitre 1'
.t . In the ltt nlnt li
K.i it 1 ' rt I.-. . .it l.l
11.1 111. it ttentle. I'tdl.t' .
.1.1' M 1' irrl.tK. p
die ,,-r.i ..I of T a" f ..r
r. nt 1 11 tven 1 .
private. Ill ICn.l.-.. f. ..
" V, on
, '1 Mll.tlev
the It'll In.l.,
f 1 nig upon
' 11 mi ilrtnd
Mr. anil Mrs, Anthony J. Diexel Bid
die. Jr.. gave a small dinner last eve.
nlng, afterward taking their guests tn
the lilolie Theatre to see "Stop! I.00U!
Mrs ,1 West llinisevelt and MIM
Tilii.cniuili will give .1 reception this
afternoon In the ballroom of the Colony
Club for the Vlcomte-.su de Ilaucongne.
who will give an account of her work In
the French and Belgian hospitals.
The tleorgla Society will glvo a re. I
ceptlon nnd dance this evening at Del
monlco's. Among the patronesses are
Mrs Percy C Magnus, Mrs. Hubert
AilaniMtii, Mrs. Chester Alexander, Mrs.
Albert N, Atkinson, Mn-. Krnest y Mai
comb and Mrs. John Hurt tlress.
In a Phlladtlphln despatch In .tester
daj's St'V antiounchig the eiigavenient
of Mli-s Umlly Wharton Slnklci- the
nume of Miss Sllikler's llaiice should '
have been Nicholas .1 Hoo.evelt ami
not Nicholas Bnoi'velt Nicholas tl .
Hoosovelt Is the t-on of the Into Nlcho-. II HUMAN' A MYHItS, 1
las Latrobc Hoosevelt of New York. ! tlt. b P ''."'-1 to Ids fe,
trs. Iltliei niinio s'ttr a i.niciicoii
jestenlny In the Pall Mall room of the
itltz-Carlton, It was at one hrge table,
which was decorated with an elect rin
niirrogate Fowlec re-erved .lfciloii
ye.ter.lav ivn the application 111 belralf
of Columbia I'lilversity, hgat-e of th.
list will of Amos F. lino to the bulk of
lils e.-tatc to tvnd the contest hy the
heirs nt l.ttc to the Supremo Court
for trial Instead of to the SuirogatcV
I '..111 I .
Counsel for the heirs iilf slloiifil tl'" .;.:v W . ter Cm. '"i i ved has.
power of Surrogate Cottier to pass on th. t ..( t ,. nf M 0..-1 lHm..: .f Luktt nod,
application on th" giouinl thai hie as- Pet,ruar 1.
so.iate, Surrogate Cohnhtli, had placed I'uneritl ..rvl.es pre.lt t.-.m Chur'h,
the case on hi'1 March I calendar. They, 1. ik.t..r.., N. .1. mum .t., i.r.liy. In-
contend that the ippticifnm should h.ivn n riii.nt lli.rii.e. 1, .,.. t
beijl mail" oeiore runi'Si i.' ..n.ii.in. , .;t( y . ,u ,, rel leie'e hi New V-.rll
but Austen tl. I' o. in b.Mi.itr or oiuin
Ida, iiiKiied that It was man l.itory on
Surrogate 1'ovvier to p..s on the ap- ,
HopUlns llstnte ! a.'t.lis.
The estate of Albert l.lo.td Hopkins,
presltlent of the Nettpoit New. Ship
hulliMig ..ir.l Dr Dock Comp my, who
died on the 1,'i.Itiiulii, tv.'is appraised
t,lelday at $21,771, but bin net est ite
'tas only S3. 1 D He left one-third of his
i-st.it lo ills wire, Mn 1 1,1 Vies Hopkins
of 2Tn Itlversltle Drive, and the remainder
to their .laughter. May
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
iil-TTilN IITI.BY V It D I II T. tth.i .lie, I
Peiember IS. It'll. I'd l.'V.tCO II. Kate
lit. per.'llial effect, 't. Ills Miff. Inn, (
vv'rli-lit. und illtlile.l Hie rr.hlue iiiioiik I1.-1
1 Mm tl.r-- i-hllilrtn VirLln'it. II.1I1..I
fountain and spring flowers. Among her n l William lniti"ii Wrlgb
guests were Mrs. Hamilton McK.
Twombly, Mrs. Nelson O'Shaughnessy
Mrs. Jiimea Lowell Putnam, Mrs. P.alph
Pulitzer, Mrs. Herbert Shlpmati, Mis.
Newbold Morris, Mrs. Lawrence (lilies
pie, Mrs. Perry Belmont, Mrs. Stuart
Duncan, Mrs. James Brown Potter and
Mra. Charles Wright.
Junior Prom si , , I', To-nlaht.
The Junior proiu, which mat Us the
height "l the .uti.il tear at New Yoil,
I'lilversity. will be held to-iilglii In the
tomniislum Student, fiom all the de
partments are Invited. Chancellor 1
Brown will lead the grand march.
lilt. VV e-ltlfH.l.iV e..iluir I
VV I, .l.liil Alfred l"-ri in
lir.: ,-.ir ,.f In. an. ...it
.1 ..epti Vlfie.i I'm t t- I
I'lineral pilv.ile. It I. r-'fi 11 ,
llO'tr. lie .ellt.
S.'lll l.'l sii.l.lenly, .11 V .,1
.1., ell I'i I'M II y I',. 1 '
s Itu.t . .iil'M 17 t e 1 1 v
I' itier tl e.rt I -. m s .j. , ,
,,t ; 'li. 1. . !. I., ,11 I. - he
sitilfclilirt , t'tinii. In' -11...
I, .1 v, r ,tin
VVtilllt VI. 1. -Siiddenlv . ..n W ..luesdatr,
Peltlil.rt I'i 13 pi, 1. 1, I, , -I.
iit . n.-.tr pan V .ini. iii- in t,-iu
laltn.l, I'etei.i II VV , . in In.
t.'t.iv.-..'i t.ll'l e.tr.
r.in.i-t ..'ltl.es ttlll he II. ' I ,. lli.lR--,
Illvei.i.le l'te.liwprl,,n 1 liureii i.r.t.. 1,
tt.iy an I Setenlt -It.lr.l .licet. .Se.
.il, 't .111 .--itur I e. Pel.ru try H,
I'.lii. .,' in. I.'. .. cluck. In Hi. unirnl iij.
Int. in. en- .tl llle t ..n .'iilen, y ,,f t)4
lain. . K 1 11 1 1 y 1. nil' ll,i.t
.111.1 ry IH,
' no, inn
el ' Il 1 ' n
'I ' C''f, V,
" r- - .ilnne.,
'. .. Suns-
TAtliiVUI' In niemnrv ,tf I'-tnk V'nisn
Taggart. who died lit WeMllelJ, ,, J,
ob rebruary II, Illl.