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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER :), 1912
$1,000,000 IS GIFT
OF THOMAS F. RYAN
Financier Builds Edifice for
V Fathers of the Blessed
Social Form Coach
NEW TOnK, Nov. 3. Hearing com
elation at Lexington avenue and Beven-
ity-sixth street ! one of the largest and
moat Imposing Catholic churches In
America. When completed the edifice j
will have cost l,O0O,0OO. U Is the gift
of Thomas P. Ilyan to the Society of
the fathers of tho Blessed Sacrament
This gift resulted from the Impres
sion made upon the financier by the
great work of the society under the
direction of Father Letelller along re
ligious and educational lines. The
seminary at Suffern, called ML Ey
mard Seminary, In memory of the
founder of the order, and constructed
by Mr. Ryan, Is Intended to train young
men for the priesthood In this par
ticular religious order, In which Mr.
nyan has taken a keen personal In
The new church will accommodate
between seven and eight hundred com
municants. It is one of tho finest ex
amples or the' classlo Roman style In
this country. The new Church of 8t.
Jean Baptists Is In sight of the old
church east of Lexington avenue, which
has been In charge of the Fathers of
the Blessed Sacrament for many -years.
The new church Is of cathedral-like
proportions, having a frontage of 102
feet on Lexington avenue and 200 feet
on Seventy-sixth street.
The church Is an example of the
Basslllca style. It Is constructed In
the shape of a Latin cross with three
naves, two twin towers, and a great
dome. The t or era are 150 feet high
and the dome will rlso thirty foot above
them. For tho drawings exhibited at
the International exhibition In Turin
the architect, Slgnor Berraclno, re
ceived a gold medal.
During Mr. Ryan's trip abroad last
summer he engaged some of the most
eminent artists In Europe to do the In
Father Letelller, the superior of tho
order for which the new church Is being
erected, came to this country from work
done under his direction whloh led to
.the construction and endowment by Mr.
AtuH ui (lit; BcmiiiiMy Ml auiiciiii
Its facilities have been made com
plete, and from forty to fifty young
men devoted to the Order of the Fath
ers of the Blensed Sacrament are there
being prepared for their work. How
necessary their services have become,
even In New York, Is witnessed by tho
fact that no fewer than fifteen priests
vlll be required at tho new church of
St. Jean Baptlstc.
si j", V
Code to Show Effect of
Artillery Fire to
YOUNG BOY FOUND
Wilmington Lad, Who Disappear
ed From Home, Is Located
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 3 -Russell
Squire, aged fifteen, who mysteriously
disappeared from the home of his pa
rents, Mr nnd Mrs. Robert D Squire,
on last Wednesday noon, hns been lo
tutcd bv the police In Hcllwood, I'u.i
which 1 n short distance from Altoonn,
and he will b brought back to this city
bv Police Sergeant William V. Hcholl,
who will go to Drill wood lifter the lid.
Sage Building for Harvard
HOSTON, Nov 3. Mrs Russell SaRe
Is to donate a new freshman dormitory
for Harvard, to be called Htandlsh Hall.
Announcement fof the Rift was made by
the committer which Is woiklng to raise
tl.MQ.iKO for freshman dormitories.
Two Men Give Blood
Which Saves Woman
MT KlflCO, N. Y , Nov. 3.-An opera,
tlon for the transfusion of blood
was performed. It has been learned,
upon Airs. Charles Plnkcrton, daughter
of the late President Chester A. Arthur,
u week ago at her' homo here.
The operntlon lasted moro than two
hours. Two men, whose Identity was
not disclosed, supplied the blood which
wns transferred to Mrs. I'lnkcrton's
vtlns Mrs. PJnkerton had been suf
fering from nnemlw for some time. She
' said to hae Improved steadily since
Col. John S. Mosby
Is Out of Danger
Col. John 8. Mosby, who has been
111 for the past three weeks In (Jar
Held Hospital, Is now pronounced out
f danger. Dr. Hagner, who has at
tended him, stated last Yilght that all
necessity for the operation that was
contemplated has passed, and that with
in a short while Colonel Mosby would
Although Colonel Mosby Is no longer
a young man, his constitution Is such
that his nhvslctans and his friends have
no fear that he will not regain strength
He Is seventy-nlno years old.
MRS. PETER RATHBONE LA
NEED NOT APPLY
Bureau of Social Requirement
"Emphatically Not" in
Record Crowds Attend Show in
The annual chrysanthemum show
of the Bureau of Plant Industry, De
partment of Agriculture, will end at
9 o'clock tonight following visits to
tho greenhouses at Fourteenth and
II atj-cets by a, record crowd. Attend
nnde figures In 1911 and 1910 have
been considerably exceeded this year,
it Is stated, although ono whole day
was lost yesterday when the green
houses t,ere closed on account of the
funeral of Vice President Sherman.
A demand has arisen that the show
lie made a permanent feature of
Washington life, the flowers being
changed a different varieties blos
som. If this Is done, much greater
display facilities will be needed. As
It Is. tho alilas are too crowded for
Lending helping hands to soclul climb
ers, those who would soar In the
heights of the National Capital's elite
domains, without heredltury founda
tions, "family trees" or even polished
manners Is "emphatically not" tho ob
Jocts of the "llureuu of Social Require
ments" recently established In Seven
teenth street northwest.
Mrs. Peter Rathbono I.alloulsse, In
charge of the local brunch of the
"Bureau of Soclul Requirements" Is the
authority for the "emphallcullv not" de
nial, that the cstabllshim nt has as Its
object the aid of climbers.
"Our llureuu has as Its object the
taking of a great deal of tare out of the
hands of hostesses who wish to enter
tain," said Mrs LaBoulssc today. "Tho
first paragraph of our booklet puti
forth In clear languago that It Is our
plan to act a agunts for Capital hos
tesses who would entertain or to act us
agents In other wujs for solicty folks"
Mrs Mary Hutton Tell Is president of
the Bureau of Soclul Requirements, the
principal office of which Is located In
New York city. Mrs. LaBoulsse Is 111
charge of the Capital office and Ims sev
eral young women assisting her.
WITH BROKEN NECK
WANTS FAST DANCE
A sstem of Indicating Instantly and
briefly the effect of artllery fire as ob
served by aviators' will be devised dur
ing the present maneuvers at Fori
Riley, Kan. Wireless communication
will be depended upon primarily, but a
sstem of flag signals will be per
fected as an auxiliary, to bo used if
the wireless apparatus falls.
So far only France has developed a
satisfactory system, and Ibis Is held as
u secret. The United States must de
velop Its own schema of transmitting
Although the aeroplane would seom
valuable In detecting the movements
and location of an enemy, It Is not for
this purpose that the air squad will be
used. 8couts are attached to batteries
now, and will be relied upon to Inform
tho artlllcrvmen of where their target
stunds. The aeroplane will bo dovetoped
as a source of Information to tho gun
ners to show them where their fire Is
landing or where shells are bursting.
For this brief, almost Instantaneous
signals Indicating that a shot has fallen
short, gone over, or to the right or left
win bo required.
Three officers from tho army aviation
school nt College Park were sent to
I ort Riley. Tliey were greeted wun
open arms by artillery officers.
Kxpcrt slgnulmen and topographers
were detailed to work with them. Hnow
has fallen at Fort Riley, and Impodea
the work. Little has been done so far.
Cuptaln Hennessy, who was cnlled to
Wushlngton because of tho serious Ill
ness for former Surgeon Ocnerul
O'Kelllv. reported to Signal Corps of.
fleers that there was mucn entnustasm
among artlllerjmen over tho proposed
experiments, and that high hopo was
expressed as to the value of the aero-plum-
for making observations In con
nection with artillery fire.
New York Youth Asks for Quicker
Music at Bali in His
Main Office Will Send Boys to
Branch Stations on
NOW HE IS A HUMAN WRECK
Yet It I Potfible to Save
Him Quickly and for His Lifetime.
Purchasers of special delivery stamps
in the contract postal stations, mostly
drug etoreS, of tho Washington City
Postoffice, may secure Immediate de
livery to the main office of letters with
these stamps affixed by calling up tho
Fistofflce on the telephone after making
the purchase. Announcement or tnis
Is made by Postmaster Msrrltt.
Tho city postmaster Is ulao aalllng at
tention to the second Issue of postal
aavings bonds which will be sold Jan
uary 1. and which may be applied for
until the close of business December :.
Application may be made In the main
efflce or the regular branch postal de-
Men in Public Life Who
Have Birthdays Today
Henry Iuio Wilson, United StateB
ambassador to Mexico, Is celebrating
his fifty-fifth birthday today. He was
bom In Crawfordsvllle, Irfd , Novem
ber 3, 1S57, and graduated from Wabash
entrance Into the diplomatic corps, he
became editor of a newspaper In La
fayette, Ind. From 1835, and until his
entrance Into the Diplomatic Corps, ho
practiced law In Spokane, Wash. He
represented the United States as min
ister to Chile from 1887 to 1900. and was
minister to Belgium from the lattei
year until his appointment as ambassa
dor to Mexico three years ago.
Waller Wellman. Journalist and ex
plorer, and Charles Dick, former Unit
ed States Senator from Ohio, are fifty
four years of ago today. IMward
Douglass White, chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the United States,
has reached his sixty-seventh birthday,
and the Grand Duchess Olgu, daugh
ter of the Csar of Russia, Is seventeen
years of age. Congiessman Henry
George. Jr., of New York, Is fifty years
old today, and Congressman Hannibal
I. Godwin of Missouri, Is celebrating
his thirty-ninth birthday.
Two Killed by Sea Mine.
K1KL, Germany, Nov. 3' Lieutenant
Commander Jacobsen and Tetty Officer
Fuchs wore killed and Lieutenant
PUnke was seriously Injured by the ex
plosion of a sea mine during practice.
They all belonged to the cruiser Yorck.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3- The measuie
Is too slow; tell the orchestra leuder to
hit It up u, bit," ssld Waldorf Miller,
tho New nochello outh whoso neck
was broken Blxteen months ugo, as he
led tho grand march last night ut a
bull given In his honor.
"Next year I'll do the turkey trot and
tho razzlo dazzle glide, but even now
this Is too slow," he added,
Miller had to be supported by friends
as he made the gav rounds, but hu h.is
fooled the physicians, who said he could
not llvo a day, and then that he would
never recover tho use of his muickj,
and he was happy. The ball was given
for his benefit by the Iroquois Social
Club, of New Rochelle. and a nurse of
2500 was rulsed for him. More than a
thousand persons were present, ana
Miller received them ull and shook
hands with many.
He wub Injured July 3. 1911, by diving
from tho rocks In Hudson Park, New
Itochelle, and tho physicians at that
time gave him but a few hours to live.
lie lauched at them and phophesled
that he would some day walk. For a
long time he lay In New Rochelle Hos
pltul, his voluntary muscles puinlyzcd
from the head down, but three months
ngo he began to recover the use of hit
arms. Now he has control over tho
muscles of his hands, arms and lingers
und Is able to stand, although ho can
not walk. Ho was taken to the ball In
an automobllo and a couch was pro
vided for him Ho refused to lie on II
und tiislstod on taking part In the grand
Enjoys Musical Night
One hundred members of the Pennsyl
vania Society of Washington met in
monthly session laBt night ut tho
Pythian Temple and enjoyed n musical
program arranged by Robert T Fralley,
chairman of the entertulnment commlt-
. .ln .n mnmr ,.,,tti Intra nt llf.
society returning to their homes to voto
tho attendance was not as large as was
TPOse laaing piiri in im iiuKiniu
were Miss Lulu MeGrath, Miss Edith
Robey, Mrs. R. T. Fralley. Miss Cecelia
Ferslngerr, Miss llolthu Seller, Miss
Nellie Nelss, Miss Klslo Small, Miss
Marlam Herman, Mrs. John Tcmplln,
and Miss Anna Hlnghum. Mrs. W J
Moodle. Miss Mary F. Moodle. and Mrs.
W. P. Hetnler were elected members of
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