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OF
Ml. RED SUS MY
Six U. S. Warships Will Meet
British Cruiser Bearing
Body Off Nantucket.
NAVAL GUARD FOR COFFIN
Battalions of Infantry, Sailors
and Marines to Head Line
from the Natal to
the Cathedral
Ttt. j ,. - aquadron a hi? h is to
gast the British ?miser Natal, beariag the
_^.. al Wl tell ? Rl W Ami? f lean Am
ttfiador to Great Britain assembled --
ajM hi Tompklnsvllle Maten Island,
ajgaratory m ?teaming to se., tiiis morn
... ?jreo battleships, the Florida and the
Vorth Dakota d foui torpedo boa! ?!>
algrers, ?-'? '-?" ,1'' Orayton, the McCall
?fid the PsuM n? comprise Uns squadron,
trith Brai Adi ,; x Flak?. i ommand
?r of the fifth division of tin- Vtlanttc
--?i in f ??? '?'
Rear Admiral K sk? make* the F
Hi flagihli- II? proceed??! 'n he I to the
end*iV'""|C ??" Tompklnsvllle early \--:- ?
??j aftetr.e VI aboul '.< O'clock this
aorntnit h- v. . 'ash ti:e outer to up
inchor flt-u :?u-? ? ""t the six warships.
iead?wl bj th? Florida, ?Ml steam through
ti? Narrow- on theli mission of honor.
Captain W. ,1 Maxwell commands Fie
florida and Ci ii H B w llson Hie
,\orth Dakoia
The BQuadron ? II ineel thi Natal ofl
Suitu<ket Lightship some time to-mor
p. It will then accompany the Natal
mk to this i-ity. arriving off West 19th
itiwt aa Ft d ? f? ? ' '"'i' Vs soon as the
?artoin-* on the American Bhips sight tin
Sital the colors will be halfmaatad
The Nat... ? ? drop anchoi ofl 101st
iirfft. in th? h< th umipif-i b> the North
Batata durlns the naval revise last ( ?<?
icber Tl ? Fl< and the North Dakota
ind the dest royera will choi ct-.u b; .
ihe ix>J> i>f ' ?* Ambassadoi will be land
a) Friday afternoon ?t I IS o'clock
.I? noon ,- ? e In i*. is tak.-n from the
?hush warsl the Florida and ti,.- !>?
kvia ea? h will lire nineteen minute guns,
kejinmiu: h- .-- -i^-iai from th? Florida
Captain T M Potts, I . S. N . Ims been
^?-ted fro . Washington to attend 'in
??ndlpR and funeral ceremonies as the
Ipansl representative ol the department.
Durinfi the transfer ol th>- bod) 0 M
bjSJ from the Natal to the Cathedral ol
5fc John th? i >l> in? a ? orepat ) of mai in? s
from the North l?.ik,>ta will Bel as ?w
tort, und?' tin command of the sei
?trine efti. ? r ol that vessel, Bight chief
jetty ?Acer? from the Florids will at is
rallneare'- and will he in chati:.- of an?
other chief pettj olB? ei
Every off)? ?t will be In drase uniform
ind nvereo.it. with a mournlna badge on
tie left arm and at the sword hilt. Ol !
Sj escort will carry arms. The enlisted
aen of the navy win be it dresa blue,
-vfTcoats arid flat cans wh ? the marln?M
?ill be In undre?? blue, with ><\-- ? i
rSjBssndei .1. il Sypher. F S N
gjmiei the or,lets ..; th? captain of tin
Fionda will attend the commandli '
5t*r and the other officer- ol t! ? Natal
After t- at thi thedra! lh?
Mdj ?,f ador will be ?
|... '.he ?. Btatlon in i
?icon compos, ? battalion of Ii -
far.tr;- on? ti m of maiii ?
?f sailor: ?? ? nai m>
Lsanr
The hat- -
?at romt anj ? . from the
ne Florid i ! ?akot ?, w ho i
gfcf th? I ol Ol John *]?
Mjters. r s M , v. ho v :: . ..?...- from
Washington ? purpose, "i'i.t
'??nt of this t ? lenai '
- C I'esa: - VI. f. of th?
Th* Nurtii Dak ta's hai will pi o Ide th?
. batta ? -i ? ?
yufortn ?HI ? , with
asn?ala
The Mita . icketi
:: gl thi , |, ? t|). imitoi m ?.-- . hi
nutii ...-.?.
The taita
?'it report ,,t thi - th? a
* as? k on S ? I th?
?ahsnadltit; orflois will report to th?
inny oiTi- ? ling th? ?
?V guard ??' marine?
Md an ofl led hy the
'tmn-'tr .
1 Slral by j ty aftei1.
?util the fun
Hi awn : i
satire battali
'??the Ora d
The follow,- v- - ,
agij j
h)dea:h ,.< ?
??.
V,"
jnitlah P11(ji
?iBpatic. ,,? i ;fl,, ,.s HU>
*?*1' ?. ?'? ? Vmbasaa
*"? ?:?, BRITTAIN
-. SocM
K. ?i . -eilt
'
?ken
L, , d. . emba? -.. I
*'': '''-i ? \ u.11 street
101k
aS*?'?! '- ? at sou ha v.- ne
IB '?V "!*"''
, ' """ '" ?' ith : \r.- ?
?Amba? .,;In United
s?en apon ?
ROBERTS, F .M
' ' ' ?? - ? l.si th? Am? ne,n I'M
t'irw go, .. ,.,,-.--.
*?*Uje to Mr?, t. |.1U Reid:
^Uodi'-'' d ? i.''.-t. ? I lOUSS,
lljiL.1!" '!' v"Ui ?Jif-iinKHis'l.?'!
-%t? , :' ? ' - ? ,:' ',|" Wnlred
>.!7 '"'?? ... i .mo ? her i shed
* ?? Be mi - r oui deep s\ mpath)
: -F T w IFSON.
??nun F ? otiiinit'.-,. Vmei
l*r ri <r;i s? el
f"!b' '"n" ""' ,f l' ' ' tuoti l.eat:.
_* ?Pf-oii i?-, i... i,,., president of that
j>j;*BU(i,lt"> '?' aiiend the funeral of Mr.
Joi* ? "'"''' '" '-" Cathedral of St
7*1 kn Divini it 10:50 o'clock Batur
^hiortii,,p The committee conaiars of
" -im H choat? Chauncej M Depew,
2! l'"r"'r' Khhu Hoot. (Jeorge R.
j. ?T1- a iinrton Hepburn, J. Plernoni
l^Ji*r" ,,I,'n!' ( '?ws, Joseph K. Gay,
^???.Gregor) Fharl a K. Ruabmore
'???niuei u. i ??,.
NS CLUB MOURNS LOSS
^tees Voice Sorrow at!
Death of Mr. Reid.
1^ -il-ii? ot the ?leath ?if \\ tutelaw
BB ??.?
?hof ???opieii yeaterday at .- u ? ?
i^ ,h* l'oard of trustess ?>f th?- New
llj * r|"''' "f whl.li Mr. K? id wis
* "lemb?.- a committee of three,
|_u?> of Charlea ?t. McCauley, Jo.m
* ar,d Frank IfcBreen, al?o was
kfrssraseni the rlubal hi? funeral
^?litoMi?. .
r'-'"-. Uioni follow
a-/,'*,' It nus ni-aso-l ,\ n.i^l.u ?;,n
"*v?a, from uie ?eid o? ta* ?at tuly I
TUXEDO FOLK GREET
NEW YEAR WITH BALL
Most Important Feature of the Winter Cal?
endar Draws an Unusually Large Num?
ber to the Park Colony.
I;.
Tux?... ?'..- :. Dec. II ? rnt ol the
i nu-si Importan! features of 'im winter
calendai ths \'e? Year's Kva ball loo!
pla? e tvni| I oi ? ? eks all Ihe rooms
11 the . i i -o ises had been engaged, and
ih?. bail was marked b) ih? large num*
lb? oi young folk pi esenl .Man'. ? illas
a.pened for the occasion, and before
Ihe ball iiianv dinner? werte given a I the
? lui.lions, uni a few of ihe cottager?
had partie?
! Mi and Mi - i-1 derlch i ? Bpedd? n
I entertained s part) of iwenty-flv? In
[eluding Mr. and Mrs tVinthrop McKIm,
i Mr, and Mrs i Klngabury i'urtia, Mi
and Mra Georg? Gran) Mason, Mi and
m 11 i 're,i, ? |i i ovt,.: i*arey, Mr and
Mrs J K Tains Mi snd Mrs Howard
Van Sinderen Mi and Mra Ambrose
M Sil a lui ? 'hat It ? K Sampson.
.\i ai 'i Mi s K. M w Inalo? were
host and boetess i<> a party ol twenty,
and Mi and Mrs Joseph Karl? Btevena
entert.i tied i late, party. Othera who
had dinner partie? were Pierre Leoflllard,
Illas liai ? It : ?lexandei. Mi ? Kb? n
i Wi Igbl and Mrs '?'. Abboll Ingalls.
House partie* were ui\ '? ii bj Mi and
Mrs P I. Barbt -.. Mi and Mn Alfred
Selon M uni Mi.?? ; Tuckei man.
Mi snd Mr? Georg? H Hull and Mi
ami Mrs. Heniv m Alexander.
Ali. m il Mrs. n? m | Morgan Tl foid
opened 11 ?l hous? foi the da; . and Mi
and Mis r R Alexandei opened Ihei
lai K. Villa. ? ?tin is u I.i - r>< ?' th' o
house? were Mi and Mn i.,v:s Bpenoei
Mo: ,1s, Mr. and Mr? .1 E St- ,eni i ?
Mi ant Mra u M V Hoffman
The large ballroom wai decorated with
?\'i ?reen and boll) and tin stag? wai
ed In cedar? el
.
A fee
nlghi ? ti bowl wai
i enti - ? ? ? room, glass? i w?i
? the Neu y? i - In by al
ioining hand? and I ild Lan*
At i o'? i"? n a aopp i was s.-tred
n the larg? dining room
Some ol t he i lest? wi re r*i ? d? : k V
?*i. -liu-tiuv.-. -n. Georg? A Scott, Mli
B? nt Mlaa Poi 1er Mi and Mi a Gi org
w Kora? Ihe, Bayard Tui kerma n, Charit
E Sampson, Ml and Mi ? w. M . lof
man, '"liailev Lanier, |l Mia? Ham oil.
! Mi ..tul Mis ,; .\|., on ? He? KB? mi
i it..h ric '? Devea i, Mi at ? Mr? G .
Rivea, Ahs < ; n Warren U H Wai ren,
r_ Mi and Mi ? tddlson ' 'amma? k
Mad.-on fJrSnt Al and Mis Otto ?n
drea |r., How land ?;.. llalli Pell, J M
i Wright, W illlatn Hare, Mi and Mrs P
! Btuj v.-.uit Pillot ah?,m I' W? ek? Ab -
; i ? ; i Uliott, Gordon K? llowi Mi I ?
Mrs Howard . an Bind? n Mlsi G? i
trud? \,ait'.? Mi and Mr? Porsyth
Un kes, Mfred H ronkllng, Mrs. Kb? n
Wright Ali-s w right and Mi Bt d Mri
\\ Uliam B< rerlj Roi ?
? 'tin-: pu- its w ei - M : si d Mr? ? i ' en
rille Kam. Mi and Mrs H P Pell.
.\i and Mr? Pr? ?ton I >?? ? Is, Mi and
Ali - Rl? hard Moi I lm< : Mi and Mr?
? orn? Hu? U 1.. ? Mi and Mr? . fred
B, Ion, AD and Airs. Charles B Ah tai
der, Mi and Mra. <; n M ill, Ml - Hull,
Mi .m-1 Airs P i.otillani Barbe? Ml
and Mi - i-'i? ?h rl? ?i- Peysler Foal? r, Mr
a ml Mri loseph I !ai I? Btevem M and
Mi- Henrj D Whltfield, Mi and Mrs
l.un.- Wllmerding, Mi and Mts Kenelm
Wlnslow, Air. and Mis George !?'. Bakei
m . Alt- and Mri F ? I Bpedden Mr and
Airs. Paul Tuckerman Mi and Mrs
c.oil. Drap? t .Mi and Ahs il n Rog
? i ? Mi ? el Mra Joe? ph Towei. Ml u
Tuwet Mi and Mrs Bchuylei Bchief
felli Mr. and Mrs J. Bdward Davh D
ami Al:-- Kdward < Ruabmore, Mi and
Mis Alfred i.ml? Mr and Alts Wylly?
it Betts Mi and Mn itanl? ri Mort
Mr. and M I ? ? ? M
and -i ? - i Grs ilrlswold and Mi i d
i Alis. i.n. n R|< lauds
actlvltle? our asstx late and friend Whit?
??w l:,!'1 '"' ?Ishl years a wai an?
legislative coi r< apondent, : ? :
managing edltoi and toi thlrtv.thre
war- , oit... -i>;-, hi' -f ol The N.u Vo
Tribu? m foui year? a Fe^er.
and o- ., an? ellor of th
l nlverslt> ol ti-. Bl ite o N.-w \ ?
three years L'nited States Mlnlstei t?
Fran? ? 8pe< i .1 Ambassadoi ol the Fnltei
stat-s to the Jubilee of g<.n Victor!
: ? oronation o! Kins Kdwajru
mem bet of thi ? minisalon a Fil? h - go
ti.it. d | ei(.,. between tin I ? .-. ,i .
and So..m. for -.?,... rear? Vn bas ??: ? ?
? -f Hi- Fnite?! Btatei '.. the i 'oui t ,. -
James's author, orator, pul t and
life ? f thia club: 11.I
Resolved. Thai th? New Vork I ?
ts this minut? In ?-?presa.
gh -? ? - ? ??' ippre? latlon of hb
\ i, es In the?? . ed public ? spa? Itii -. in
all of whl? h he a? qulttt ; elf wit
? ? dil ind a - - and with ureat and
lasting i.it .la fellow ? Itlsens and
? ai t??-..,,? lalism, It
avl ? ? terprlalni is s ? s
gathei er, .....
-as ,i leader, helpful m .i in iph Ina a? a
oolie.tr n ? nva ? ? . ? ? ? ? ; ? ,.i
the high? - ' . ? hoaen ? i
at -i -, on, also, o! Iti
m :.. ?? ni th.- losa w ht, ? lournafj m ' he
astton atHi tin- world have sustained In
his ?hath, though si s time when h<- was
*"ti*it ol ; ?-.n.- and honora.' And be n
also
Resolved, That this m nut?
II upon the t ?cords of the > lub
that -i.t?os .-i coplea be BUttnbl) dla
? i within the clubh? ? ? I a
mltted a Ith the resi ??, tful snd iff? I on
, the - ib, to tbe family
at? membei and 11 ki nd
SELLS "LEDGER" STOCK
C. H. K. Curtis and J. Gribbel
Get Ochs' Philadelphia Interest's
Philadelphia, De? h an editorial I
be pul llsh? -i m Ths Public L?adg? ?
m< rro? Adolph Ochi inn
- th? per to * s 11
K. Curt . . - ? dr. ?
:. .it
I
Led?? i ? '? i ? ? ' a H
K i . John Orlbbi i
the bes1 I it ol
? ;?,., c., , Ocha a ho is t,, < "i tinu? bi
snd pul I Milton B. I ?< i
. ? ....
"The Pu illc Leda? r
? - n o?r. -, t on esklenl own?
? .,i t h? e?lltot lal poll
Tin N- w '-""? \ Tin
"Th?
? ? .. :. . The Sew
Vork Tun? ?? id Th? Public L.
? >chs,
?|-, ? p iblli Ledgi
est ibllsh? d h\ Oeorge w Fhilda o Waa
its ? dooi and oubliant
hta death thirty year latei i
ttei pai t ol Mi ' hllds a i lltoi
Ledg< " ?- - i egsu ,t? -i a- t hi 1? u
I the 'did.lie Stale- Bl d llll
? ? was the most pronp? roua Mi
nominal own- r <?f "Ths
i. if ?r." I't th? i ontrollli | nton al
i,, id b: inthoi I Drezel h< sd of th?
i anklng ni m of i >i ese! 4 i i a uai tn< ?
of j p. Morga . .\ ' '.- ol thia ? '
Mr i ?re\,-i accumulated -- iraat forl ?
o. ring snd subset) unt t,> th? Civl
t i-., understood : hat i h? p
of "Tn? i.- Ig? r" went to Mi ? i., d >\ho
disposed ol a larg portion o?
\,i-io ? ? i t ont 11 a also
stood that the m? gel ? atati holda F ?
(^?i honda an the prop? rty, I ? -
Bl the rat? of 4H per c< I
i 'iMiei Mr. ( t.iio. -'i he Ledg?r
notably cons? rval lv< sd oui
amons iis coatemporarl - si * i ? - - butt of
good ??'' i-1' rslllerj foi it? obltuarj no
? , e snd versa forn Din
after Anthon) ?' Drexel's ?hath m? brira
Bsa i'- i sn a? live Intel ? al it- Ih? pap? i
and oa M i hllds'i death < leorge \\ ?
Ington ' hllda 'rexel became i ibllsbei
?, (ni i ?., - ' ither of Richard Hard
Ing Davl Ink - ditor Wltho it
Mr. ciiiids at tin- iieim "The Ualger"
lost s BMSsure of it.- popula rit) and pi ?
parity. The paper was subsequent!) pur?
chased iv Adolph Ocha "I Knoxvllle,
Tenu, who previ?Misl) had obtained a
controlling Intsresl In "The Times." <>f
tins city, si : bsa b otb? i ? leorge W
Ochs, became sdttot and publtahai Un?
der the tatter's dlrMttoti "Ths i.?<ir-1
regained much ol 'is fonnei prastlga ai I
prospi ti' -
Cyrus n. K Curt?a, the new owner. Is
puMlsher of "The Ladles' Home lou -
nal." Tin- Baturdsy Evening Post1 . i
"Ths Country Qenttaman." it la expect
ed that he will cany into admet SOma
notions he lias tang entertained tn th.- ill
n-ctioii of making a '*nattanel'' dallv
newai spi i
SENATOR SMITH'S SON DIES.
Florence, s ?'. Des, ;i -Martlua Bmlth,
twenty-one seara cad, only son ol united
St.it? s Senator Fllison D Bmlth, who BC
iii.-ntiiiiv ihot himself on Ohrtotmaa ?>h\
while ?on bunting arlth his father, dv I
Uic last algbl from tUMUsaenta.
'MAINE TO ELECT BURLEIGH
Progressives Join Republicans
in Legislative Caucus.
tugusU Me l ?? Progrei
U:en::.. : - Ol I ?? 1 .? gialal ? ....
with Ihe H - to-night aftei I ?
int previous!} (
? - ?. '.. ? i o I I h ? l ' i ^ ? ? - ? B t a t ? i
mitli .. . i ., trat?
? ?? . i : ? ; ib
m.vv '
.med ? M
and i all? i." ? dim or?
. A. Peters.
i.. ? m . k? o I ' Il
Ri t Ihe s
lion < ?aun 11 ? ? le? lion f
i
l i it. IS i ,
? ? .' ? loadla n i ;.i : . ... i ,-.i.
':?.. kland.
SENATE MAY" LOSE SMITH
Michigan Republicans Bolt
Democrats Seek Coalition.
I?ansinj Mich . i>.-, SI Bl? ???
ma of Progr? lei d< i eh ? holt? d
Ihe I ? in
'. Th? i >? :.'-, ? ,,ts m? IM.
.-III--:
on ? v. ? i
? : . |. ?!
for a D
I ...'.
The 11'-.rat
?
ker of tin plum foi
Bull Moost ?upport ol S I ? t I
ex-Democratl<
.I - ? , ?
Bi nati . a held bt William \ Id? n
-
It Is geners ? ? : ?? mo
.. u.- all I ha li mutuo;
?METROPOLITAN ENDS YEAR
1 Genee Dances at Non-Sub
i
scnption Performance.
Madama But ter fi ?red
? i .i a? i '?? '?*opp? lia alti. \i. Adeline
... , icki d th? M< tropolltan i ?p< ra
if.-n ? ... l| i
In the I '?'?? i.; a ... ere Mm I "a
I U ? i ..:.'! MM Ils ? '
-.1. Toscanlnl
Th? performanci .. n
ti'iti .-ne, and i he i udl >n< ? alt Ing
im it,? new year, wa uni ill nthui
i OPERA REVIVALS NEXT WEEK
!
? - -
? Tales of Hoflmann " a Matiner
Feature- 'OtcHo" Will Bo Simp;.
"Th? ? ? i lof. mann' will Ix uni
j i-.i the hist time bj th? Metroft
? . - ompan? at next week
matine? with ;? " ?' Mr,
Oattl?? 'asasxs fe? li will malntali the
high standard ol produ? tioi ? labll h< >t
n, i he manag? ment The t aal will ill?
s' - i - ? da Hempel si OI) n pla
Mme '-n ? it- nstad ai Ol II? It M
l.uei SMS Borl Bl I ''t'a a M tu? Ml :
ourg a? Nleklausse Mm? Duchen, si
tup Voie? ? .no Mille-, b? Hoffmann,
Mi i ?? 11,,- .,s ? !opp< ?ms. I rtnh ? ?n
| lafi? ?UttO Al Itetlm i .i- I >?-. toi
Mlrs le. De Segur? E nsai
s i.i. inn. Ait Rossi i Crespo! Mi Buys?
>t.i,-i bi L '.'im I Ali Reli ? i - ' '?.' n- nil.?
ami Kraus Mi Bada ai Pit? bina? : i H
a .-.ti m b? Nathan!? M .nenian .?.
Hei man and Mi, B< gu? as Luthei Ole
.? ,, Pola? ' " ?rill dir? et the !?-> forman? ? ?
Clio" w?n - av-- it- ni si pe? 'oi mai ? ???
this season on Mnraiaj evening th? east
n ludlng Mme Aid ? and Mme Maubourg
and Bleaak, Amato, 0? Segur?la Bada,
Audlalo R? -' hlgllan ind Begin Arturo
Tos? anlnl arill condu? t
?\i:ot.um- ButterSy" will b? WednesOaj
. | ?I - opt ra, and "The Olrl ol II a Gold
, , ... R HI n. - I lie, OB ThUradS) even
Iiik.
i hi Magl? Flute wiii h. sung on Pi '
,i,. evening ol aexl greek, with Mm?
Pricda Hempel as the Queen al the
Night, Mme Gadekl as Paraina and Air
w ni a i ;.n as S iraatro Alfred Herts
Wl I COI dm I
RAZING THE OLD KEY HOME
n/M| ingtoi . Dot H tVorkmen began
lo-?la> ihe ?I? rttt'"'lion Of the old imim ol
r,at., la .-' -.ft Ken a tioi "i Tba Star
Strangled Banner." where ?"? Heed fro?
igaj ,., |<ug,
?i'ii. Francia Bcotl Key .Men,?mai \ -
s... ?atlon .ailed itr ns sfforts to rala*
enough monej to preserve the ?tru?ture.
The building Is about 125 year? old and
stands neai the Aq e u I Briaga la
?JvVlfcVlOV? -
t?
ALIBI Bill" AMUSES
Underworld Play at Weber's
Entertains with Thrills.
RALPH STUART "ALIBIES"
ii
But Silenced Pistol Plavs the
Lead with Smoke?
less Glee.
W?j ij-.wi, m the ui.rworld, s!
??ebei .- ,. '. . .- OS? RtSl ' PlB) Was pul on
si nlahl Thi pi ngrauime i all? d It "el?
mental ' Peruana primitiva would have
I'M of! the situation a shade nearer.
Progi amim an ?on ? timea hai ty In th?.
? - ' rlUqu? i of th? plays the) present
distinctions In words said?. w h ,?
? OVei th.- phi) wi.Kills 'at--,, I
On? would thing th? ? had all lusl ?
raped from lall or w. t. righUng ahy of
""? lea -., atronglj and -\ ith a i? h a pei -
?onal not? do th? plead with the pubttt
'" ??'c.-io the crook as the ideal ol heroic
.?' and pur? womanhood, Or do
the dramatlati think thai the public en
- having Its ru wa| apei diet drama
h'-' " ' 'i hi i ai > a reng Th? publl?
using its I - ?
MM Bill" .- hows even II ? can less on
' ? hat In? m- rislvi . -.gp? -i and
honesi fo,,;> gunmen and tbe Ilk? ?r, .
? ?--i ? lb? are i ntl? ? d into going
'".''?"? "' a fckoll ': how onl) skin .i- - -,
lh? It villain) la Wh? reas, non, oui dell)
reat?ng w? ba?l idealised them Into con
?latent . utei had Imagined them as ut
tei I) different from ourselv? ?
v IW Bill "goes sqiisre" f,,,- ., "akoil
x othei "skolt." .-m upright, Hfesai 11 |
" mg f. mal? m t- , uve Kj,,.. Alibi a
' han-. to enter the government leeret
sei ? I? ?? bim! b In ins na) to universal ? i
?? ? in wll.lepoalt paid on s halo He
?m- tin h? ut ol a <,? t.-r -i | don
?oi k? ' who goes about the i;<>w ?, ?- bias?
ing a ?tn |sw? i- m onl, i to bring pea? ?
?"i'1 ?-""I ? II: t" tie tn and all that ?mo
"" '"!" ' ' I Hi- benevolent brotherti.i i
.?ka kllla that p? -t t-, clvilla ittan, tin
district attorney, ami the police blesa
i f. .-? laugh? ?! ??:; ?
1 - pecting Mihi i',:i? ,,? :, | ..
? m * - ? - -A ..- I
:,, - .1 ty the
? in ? : Tin- in-ti uni. ni
- .'? n :: ?i. led t.,i
m t m- drama, -, - t,.- -, ilp) m osa ai
? w. - - ti-.t allowed ?,, b? s-,id
i ?: - - , ? . pollali An?
"t in m . ? ! and dli ? ? t in II
?? ?? iudglni reaults, is a ire 1
loi it all leading a? toi S were "...
lialpl .-i . n? ? lend? i Hui ay n.:;
memorli ? ? i ? -i t-, thi t] of
1.1 impha in t . i t \. i
lie did . I ?
i ? i .
aid-- Kv- n ii. ??-..?
..?u evei ? ud ni- amusemeiM t rom i
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11
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b? not only good I i ?
i few ol a lin?
.k? :-i ? ? Mil?
. ., ? -? ,,; .
? . ? . ? bat he wa
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? .- \ i arhlch. th?
. -, .. i.-n was
I a , ' ? it the "i-i
we had i I nd
est of ti,- ptaj s ,,f it? kind a Ith
1912, there a ? wlshli
the New 1 I ., Sew Yeai
: OF Mil
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?TURANDOT" IN NEW HAVEN.
? Havei i oi Dec :i
I a F ? ? fanta
i ? | . i
(???i lin. received it I '
? ai n ? m perton ? ? I
i , 11 :'? ?., ? ile ?-?? the
...i a, -i Poi the n
??. Ind- d ! ?
.t,,*. All, .? \l u !.: . Mai ? ? ?
. iret ii:-. Frank I lei Pedro ? ?? -
i da n -i '?? >o\- I'.iwi,-. l ?aniel
- - ? \ ithon; Andre a- .i twi
\ ? . ?nlng n<rf"i mmtPM
the pla will b< seen :c. Bes I oi K
Ralu. mal m a it
Maxli Theatre
THE SPY FOR THE EMPIRE.
in . Bpy." Hem Klst
?Iran with Kdlth V
Fyrli M Igl and J II m
. uni; parta, ai i
hai |?>a Kro ' ' ' '? '' si
the Ki pire l' ? PtaJ ? !
i-i, and i "i dm ? - - arW
Maude A-.- ? ? '-'in' m "i" '-'
Monda ?ul?l i--nu-'.' I It la
ln ,; month In L? idon a h? r?
sir Oorgs Ali v-ind. t i- ptayii I
,i, .ni,. The Turnlag I'm- ?
THEATRICAL NOTES
Arthui Farwell, sup? i - m --i m
,,,,;,, rta ?o m- parks ami reori attan
? | baa wi it.-n itii
tn, -m- I; to Units N. f.?
I..,.-,.!, and Hi- Hr.-ruen
?II,,. Ural i,, i toi n. al" ' will lie h Id .-at
urda) afteri.n, Januai \ M
?rnsl H',wan. farmer!) ass.,, iat. ,i wltb
Playera ha - .idded to
m,. , .i i ...; .,i i ing John B Kalk : I ? "
? Haml? i ai t "? Qsr* n Th? itr? 11
fiftieth > on ??? un?' !" ' '"I ma.'.' '? Ol the
. ngsgemei ? will take pan ?? to-ea)
About one hi ndi ad employ?e "' the
I rank at srnon i lonspan) lac . an sdv? I
lialng < oncei n. att? rtd? d a matinee pei -
Forma nee ol "Th< Whip" al the Manhat?
tan i'i" ? i House resterda? sften.n
Wen, r .,ml Kields have added another
s().. tail) to their "Reij i',, i ' a, t ti la
the famous pool t.?i.t. m ne I hai f? at
m..i in thi ? raudevlll? appearanc ??*
ears ago, and ia sn Intel potation In the
s.tul act
\ special matinee pariormsnee of
"Beckett) Packelt) lions?' win ha held
tnla morning st HI i', at th.. Cblldren'a
Theatre, a party ?>f ifty chlldres from'
i ., 11, t, ew < ui ban -As- nim will I.i
i, , . , ,i -1.---- ' i.rti the generoslt) of aa I
unknown bsnefaotoi
OBtasra of the National Pederattan ?if
Theatre Clubs arers bosta at a dinner |
last olght to members ,-i Us cast of
h . \\if. h> Mis bscm." ai the Berkeley
Theatre. The dinner followed the even?
ing performance ami was aerved an las
stai.-?
Final i"i form ?nee-? of 'The Daughter
of iiiav n" take id.ii e at t o Center)
Theatre this afi.-riiooii ami evening. i
THE INSCRUTABLE NEW YEAR
THE MAN Well, the joke is on me again.
OBITUARY.
HARRY F. TOWLE.
".u i v K To* le, n l| .
Bcboo ? Borouj-l or Rlchmondi
ai d '?" -; '???.?., t. .| vv l! ?i the I >.-narine 1,1
: /-I e a'.on Ol Ne* 'i "' 1.. died |
da* al da i cou. No ISO Hamilton ave?
nue N.w Brighton. Bieten Island, from
dis? H ilxt) --m. reari
old Mi To ? ?? a hot it in i;i.~- m,
N il In IMI i ? ?..- grad lated from
Dartmouth Colleg? tftei I ? graduation
! ? i. ighl In H? ?? -i high
i ! .i a as m In?
l'ipal of II ? ? v. M - ' Mie . School
before going i" Von kerf, wh re ht v..is
i s gi ammai .-? hool. lu IMI
Ugh 8 hool in
Bro I ti n tic? th? re
: ? Bo i High
d . ? wa> a, pointed
h? ad ol ent, and also
: i .. -.i the Insti?
tution, lie '.- av? - a ? Ifi uni a daugh
1er. 1 'l ... i le a
. ? . of PI : ?? h Church, o
t : I \ . ? i. ..... es
d at .u
will I? an. N. J
ALANSON J. PRIME.
Primi t? rda at hU
i: i h? < Irand \ lew suartments
ie, aft?
a in i-.f illness i ie v ?? ly-oi
I fa ? u had be? n pi oml
a? hum, clrcl? ?' Prime was
commodore ol th? ?onk? ri ? .>. I t ? !lub
and ? ommod.I the Mllford f< 'oi n I
d i country
hoi i ?f th? Ian urm
of P.. i: f A i Prin ??? I Ived for
? i a here
e WS ' ' . . ml als-,
served of the
West
He ma t ? -1 .
Ume two ? i. - w. i ?
hin .lore Prim? ? as a
ttlerS III
i on ne? mut ral will be held te
!?!..? iow at ' laughter, Mrs
John t." ell fonkers,
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HENRY CAREY BAIRD.
n . ....
... :,'??:, i ' i . i. m - ? ? i rey
p .n phi ? oltle il publl '
, ,: latrial ami t. ehnlcal books, h dead at
hii i,.m " He was elghty-sev? a
rears "id snd foundei ol tl.?? Henry
i I d CO niiau.. of this ? Ity.
Mr. Care) was publlshet ..t rie Perm
? v i\ama i!' enlng ii--taid ' and
? inentiv -.f Th? rotumbian Magasine."
He wai aetlve In pol tl? ? and was aa d to
have had few equal? In defending th?
principle of protection, on which ?ubjecl
1 . -, innllMi vv rit? Ile v a- tin BU
tl.' man) I.hi
MRS LOUISE LEAR EYRE.
I m ine.l
Philadelphia, De H Air- l.m, Lea
Byre, widow of Wilson !?:?. ta wlios
grandfather was military lecretarj to
George Washington. Is dead al her home
,. from pneumonia. She was ?event
nine wats old Bhe leaves fiv- children
Wilson Byte, Lincoln L Byre and Mis?
i oui? Byre <>f this city, and Richard ami
Manning Ej re, of Nea fork.
a
OBITUARY NOTES.
MB8 MART ELIZABETH MOPPAT,
seventy-nine years <>id. widow of .lohn
Moffai died fiotu pneumonia ysaterday
al the home af ii.r daughter, Mra ''aro
hn?. B Stewart, With whom she lived. Ht
No ?- Highland avenue, Tonkors Mrs.
Moffat was born In Haverhlll. .Mas. Par
Bereral rears si?e conducted a private
s, hooi in \ni.Ki if. and became known a?
a lecturei and wr4t?w for magnalnea She
was ?t cbartei member of Nea forh City
chapter Daughters of the Aim re an Rev?
olution, and a member "f the .Minena.
Morosis and '"uff Dwellers - .Uen She
belonged to the Burshins Society <>f Tonk
et? arid Was B member of St John's Kpis
copal Church.
JAMBS P HAMILTON, presiden! of
Usa V. urcesler Naiiou.il Pauk, was found
: -i r lay li ?- h
Vt orcesti :. Ms - He wa*
h? irl ?! ?ease H? was six)
' lu and left a w IdoVt ami tl I ? ? i
RARE CANVAS HER LEGACY
Miss Anthony Left Painting by
Guido Reni to Sister.
\ painting attribut? d to Guld ? R?
Bologne?? palntei of the sei enteei I
tut*). was among Ihe articles d
by the will of Mlai i lei sldin? W
the writer, who ?bed in the '
Hospital of i.e.ni disease "n Novemb?
'I'll?, instrument, Bl?d bi i
office yesterday, bequeathed to the testa?
tor's aiater-in-law, Alys Scott v ithony.
h? r "ol al ting, ?uppos? I to N ? ; . do
Rent, of ' I s dnughtei of Hero
ing th? head of .'"lin tht Bai i ?i un a
hargei "
Mra tnthoi i ? il: hei
and, j u.e ^ stiiwi u Anthoi y. ex?
-?i the will, at \ Illa Ca? o dl M - ??
? '.Hin' s. Ki ?' nee Richard Carlyl
? brother of the dead w? n m, liv?
ing In NI? bola, Pia . la am? th? lei
is are also Airs. E .. Northi
So 51 BasbCSth street, snd Mra Caroline
Bent!) Gerard, ?? cousin, of
i?:. . I. land Th? will d
, ? ? sonal i.arty,.
? n mi of the < te s i w th it
IMPORTER HONORED APROAD
H. Rcisinger Now Privy Coun-?lo.
to Bavarian Prim e
Hugo P. Islng? t of No
nue :> eel ved i cable m<
u. m the Bavarian S?cr?tai Bdu? a*
it Aiunii h. notif) Ing i Im
appoli ? : m- t as i pi ?v counc
Pi o.i - Regenl of Bai
M r Bel? tus-1. ?'ho
?portel of general ? i
commander of tha ? ird? r of th? Prussia
? i 'rown and Btai "f Bl Ml? I u ' ind i
11 nthualasti? patron of Bl i
MARRIED.
n ,;\v v R . DO! OLAfl ' ?l
? 1912 '.-?? id Mar]
in i Mr? Wulor N D0U| - lew York
-.i ' tsarUM Art'....- ?n tbe
?A>itmln?ter Cons-regatluiuU Ch
Niiiiie? of saanksses and seal I ? mal as
teemaanlti I" tall name ami ailiitis*.
DIED.
Ma? ? ? \
i ,,i Id.? Mai i' on i
I>, MO, .-?,-.- ' . ?| 1
Ford. Hormc.. Ron W '
n m., i |Mlal i M
It .RUIS. Alhel? II -I. it: ?(DM H
Hudlei Bnima I. - bill tudl
Kin-!^. Ansie M ? ? Louie? H
lui twood u. .11'
Kl.m ' Whll? law, oa Dee?
itoa. la l h? fa ?? i : ?
.ervicea in the ?
11 . si-.il lanua I :?' i '
;i in l-'i n-n-l? ana POCll II? n
? a Parda "f min Iwton mai b? i ad on
application tu l'ein Qroavcnoi a tl
thedral. Amsterdam ..^?-. i ?' il-- ?
Intet meal i" iv at?
CORLISS Be?d?uly, ?t ?et hem? b? Pis*
Held, S J. ?n Tuesday, December m 1912,
M.ii. lur.i - 'orlli f ?Jaaaaur r J?l t Uow u
. ai- i Wright sad ?rl i '? Bdger
. ,: iii - Net. ?? ? r law ral her? i u
i-K\ aRE -"oarim P? . S* ratai
Intendant "f ibe Anneau l'r.? Bel
i Indeiaartea, ta i"? '?"?!>' ?/?ar. di? i a I?
>u?1d*nl>-, on Mondai ?venta? i>. ?moi
1012). iWiui m Pruaela, by . baron
i! neal i h r?da) evenlns, i? S i m ,
bti lai.hlaa e. tt? M i barit?a M
Peralga paosrs alaae? not.
At a SaSClSl ai?-ellnB of UM OBBCST? SBd ?'I
rector? -f the ai>ikhii frree a.i and Km
darsarten, bald D?c?s?b?r Hat, 1912, iba f-.i
low lav ?a? SdoptSd:
Where??. In the ?ieath of our -
.- | ? t -u.ten lent, Charla? Pi Devar? iwhleb
, curred December Mth, IB12?. ?r? tecogniie
.-m irreparabia :-.--. a to?? to th? . I m and,
In fart. 10 thi? ?I?' ?
That Wheieaa, m th.. iweatj v.?u* ,,,,] ,,\.r
hurt pbsmiI hi aas ?bapad um ilv?? of oner
iwclv? inousaad ehlldron, manj bf arbon
though coming from tbe low?i ?ral
attained dlsttn? tlon We believ? hi? awtta
?ie. ii-ni. une Country, mm scheel, one
Pbbk, <>ne Lsagvag?, ass asida a la-unn
luiprese that ?111 rlli* In the .ai? of those
twelve thousand for a lifetime
ReSOt?d, That we extend our ?iti-rte.t ?ym
path] "> Mi? Hevarp. la? Ufa compaaloa la
hi? ml.I* vvotk
UH j K ME88BNUBR, H B SMITH.
J'reaeurer. I'u-.ldeat.
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Oya ' r Ba) Cove ?"arrisgw wl'i
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John It. Wra] I i
I ind M, I." on J u,...o I i.? , ? .
.- .i :?? Ferry,
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rut: woom \w\ ikiiktkrv.
?tltM St Bl* Harlem Ti till ai
Off),'- M Ba ' Bd gl M Y
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KRANK K. I % M I'll M 141 I W?M? : .1
RI Phap P P il a inha?
lases* th i!?4 Chelsea.
OFF? KH.
IIA1 I TFIi'K -Ko. 1.-4 N Basa ?ire??t.
UPTOWN OFFICE?No. 1 :{?; 4 Broadway, or
? nv American Diatrlcl Teleg apti office
HARLEM OFFICES N-> 141 Kast 1J5ti?
mi .ft. No. 3S3 Weal IgSth ?tritt and Ne
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