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Ex-Minister of Agriculture and
Earl Poulett Arrive To-day. ?' t, lail rBw<M?a ''"r Right Ho? Sir Aihvyn FellOWeS, her? on boaia t be Mauri - from England, ?a< Minister of Ak I ire in the last Unionist administra? .md for many years \'ice-?'hamher of the Royal Household, and is per gratlaslma at Bsndrlngiam, caps ill) with Qutvn Alexandra. Mng more i near nsighhor. Re has a beaurJ? Norfolk, which he inherited Bt Lad) Caviling He de - much (?1 his time to the breeding . sheep and pips, and wai :.il not lone ago for his wr,rk In ? with the Royal Agricultural all the Phow? of which pe la isful exhibitor. He belong? to wealthy Huntingdon family ??( ? rhlch hla elder brother, Lard . ol Ramsay am? y, in Hun? - ' Haverland Hall, In the chief. a ? a*sa horn at Haverland Hall. n every at nss of th-* N rf? Ikahlre man. He is mar. ? daughter of the s? ? i Lord Although the Pelloweaes belong 'Beerage," In the sense that the portion of their wealth is derived n wing, yet they ar.* an old family. " have represented the Coui m in l'.ir'.i,mient for nearly two turtee The foundations of the fort ? Of th? b use were laid by th.- liiat ? of W ill im F? Itow? a ol ... . mlMle of the seventeenth century, to atsti ss of Thorn i ? - .n. M V . a director o! th. npaay. It was through him William Psllowss Inherited Rsmssy AI hey, a once famous nBOt*astsrya whleh It the time of the Heforniatlon nad been granted by Henry VIII to Thorna? Crom well, from whom It went, through the Titus family, to the Coulsons and the Fel lowsssa The Ramsay peerage was created bv SB Victoria on the occaalon Of her Isa Jubilee, In favor of the of the rref-cnt i/ord d.* Ramsay, who ad within four weeks aft? r having been ? f ? :." na? Gaiety Girl Peeress Also Due. Among Bli Allsryn'a fellow ? L? II 1 . ' 1 Lady ? ? I ?;. l?-t l?o | "Pawlet." was f." ? Miss gyhrls Bt of the membsra of the Qaiet* Theatre eonipany. m I. and daughter of the well an? median, the la to Fred i hll Ot till: . - in the arm) aa ? lieutenant of the Royal Welsh Fu Thla must not ted as an) tlon on th? It was dus to .. ? '. alllanca with lr??d i" re? to the ? part of f? t th? ? He Btyl? '" "Viscount Hlnton, ' had at on? a clown In ; ?? ted attention b) . ? llating London hi ?! the provim . rgai ? ? : i. ?< ??? ..... earning ? I ol his ? h sixth Karl of ? ? ? nal n tenanci . man, ' . th? tltli ..... hla fellow ol ith, K the first i--:ri he met In treet tttOi g th? m? M ?till : the wsg? ? .i the :.. \t ?lav. ? e w< ens later d< i ? oman. whom he h;?" n be? ? ? lab bet. ?Sight ? birth to On ? rn In a the i when h? - ? d i., be tl ? offaprlng of the ? to do ao aa long ? ? .. ? fur .?ids 'or In? stituting ? ??*- ?sgslnsl her, neartil) gshamad of the mpt to prosecute her foi i ; iternlt) of h? ? The < lommltt? ' me ? of Lord! ? ? . Idom 1 ng te lord's death, ? | that on i ; !? ? t poaalbl be 11 siting ? ? ?:\th earl, a: <i : ronoun? ed ..? ,,r of the i Ight of the late 'a aon i y a third ma imely, t.... r ?? tent hold? ? "f the title MARC? I I8E DE Fi'NTKN"V ISMAY'S SUCCESSOR HERE J. P. Morgan, Jr., Meets Harold A. Sanderson at Pier. Han -i ? lag-dsrson, reosntly selected ton. .resident of ?he Interns! oisl Mercantile Marine com arrived here yestsrday aa the la Bt ir nnei Megantle, acompanied by I ight?r .'", ! ' Orenfell, h Ixindon ? r of .!. P. Mou tandsraon, who was mat at the I ' :.' ? | in. Jr.. nnd P. A B, I . vi? a-pre of the Intsrna Ifercantlle Marine Company, w-in ba m. g . i ? Pi adnasdsy f?>r a n da.', s t'i th" I ? MISS GREER'S WILL FILED Public Bequests in Excess of $110,000 Made. srill of Miss D? ' Oi rge :??? Ores und lira ris Oroi who ?glad on Je ? So, 178 tVsst CMh Btrost, ?' "i ?' '- I ?? .-. JM","?" will go t ? ? ? lions at tbe death of the ? .i. : ?."?.ed in the .fix left a trust fund or ? ? from which th?* incssaa la t" be (tareas Trinaped for life At deal i %' ??> of this fund go.s to th" ? nm ol NstUial History i IM.eog to Mount Banal Hospital. a ; f, ? i ? . r x\ ?... ted for M : ?' Btsaoni death the fund ? be divided m eejusl pa'is between ? ? Hospital and tno Nbw "/orb Hospital. TO bar aunt. Mrs DSSSM M Corwins, of tVashlngton. Mum Orssr ? | a trust fund Of K'./iO". To the ?. ? ( lira Corwins, Bella Kim?, the leetatris annuity <>r Isa. I ie pi in? IpsJ of ? .,? It. will /?'o to the National Aa ? tlon of Design at the d< ath of the s irai other bsqussts ranging from t I.OOQ i?, |1,0W are mads In the wilt T?ra? la of the restduarj as?ate is left to boula M Qreer, ;? brother, wh?> u-.es in ? ? : ?i Apartments, ind 11..? other third to another brother, Austin M Orssr, of LarabasoBi Oi ?rge M (brear, i broth ? i living in Denver, is not aaenttoned in Uie wiU. TAYLOR SALE NOW $25,678 Prose and Verse of Kipling Brings Top Price. What Is known as the "Outward Round" edition of the writings In prose and verse of Rudyard Kipling, in twenty-four vol? umes, brought the top pri?e yesterday at the afternoon asaeteo ?>f the gale of ran I of the librar] ?>f John Howard Taylor, at the American Galleries. This Japan I aper edition, limited 10 IM COPiea, h,is become very sein-, it is said, snd there* fore commands a premium. Walter M. Hill was th?' successful huldt-r. He gaVS $4.",.", for the set. Which was published hv the Bcribnera and ?bound by Btlkeman A quarto volume, containing sixty love 1> tters written to John Howard Payne, author of "Home. Bweet Home," by Anna Vary l-Yeeman. from September, 1MK, to ?May, 1BBB, brought **W ?V D. Smith wai the buyer. He also obtained, for MM, i i;?:<- drat edition of Lamb'a "Talea from Bhakespeare," in two volumes. The Con? stable de luxe edition of tin- works of ??eorge Meredith, in thirty.two volun BS, want for j^'.o t?i j M Msgee, and Gabriel \\ ? ;- gave $1,".,', for "Tin- Napole'in Gal? lery; or, Illustrations "f the Life and ,f the ?Emperor of France,*' In what la called a magnificent specimen 'f miniatura blndli ? The t?.t..i for the afternoon was n.aMP The total of the evening Bale was K.I22, man ng the total for th- ent ?? sale of is 128 ?sTs Ii. OBITUARY. JAMES A. METCALF. .'.an.? ? \ Mstcalf, for many tas? i.iinist at Grace Church. Broadway and lOtb street died yesterdsy at the New "i ,,*l- Hospital from '-iitiriT ,,r the ? ? v . ii. i.ad been 111 more th in eich? te? n months and entered ti..- hospital ; ? : i.- 1 s' r - ?-. ? j f of the surgeoBi '" ssva t,,s .?"??. hod failed. He wea born : I Lowell, Mass., and to New York when he sraa twenty As a bo>' Mr Met, .ilf l....? , ? . - markable aoprano, which devel into a fine baas voice, and short'.'. . bis removal to thla ? Ity he ?-.,t ., position it. Christ ?Church. After severa] I ra tbeie ha tOOh the same i Zlon Kplacopal Church Forflft pi lor tu his i.lness !:?? was th Grace ? hut. i. Mr, Metcalf was a member of the "? ' ? m Glee i lub ::?..: the leading spirit ? ale quartet of that name In "edition to his muslrsl activities ha i lima f. ' aine! H?- was president ?.f th.- M? I i ' r ' at Fifth a', i-niie and sti ? ?-' member ol the ? h 11 eh Playera and Sem Yorh Vachl club?, He leaves , .... broth? i i naMe* Met? slf 1 ? ?? will be at Grace Cti .., I-, ;, to-morroa afternoon. The burial will le at (Voi Cestsr, Mass PAUL A. HEUBNER. ?Paul A. Heubna ? ? ? ?-enta ? of '??'Valid"- .-? ,\ ,. ,,f Von i- - died on Thurada) night In I bom? No 61 fi Kowle even ?? Pelhatn Ma;:'" Mr. Heubnei ?ai i ??: n in Wal? ? ?. German) marica all ? ? . ? old AI ? lea an I.nteied the smplo ? I v art ft Co. aa rail ? left tha re t.. be a stock ho* w th \v m j - mini ...-...? ?ii - - "' ?n, Bloane fli m he n ?'n Ala *???.- ?- i .-ii. i ? .?? ? ?. bout two y? to board Jieijhi,.-r ?lipped and f??: beneath the ? ? la "f ti,.- lost car ?us . ighi f?."? ?,':' ,,.... Ins sir? ngtl .,,. : ?> death, I ?-.. - said. ? ? lie rarai at one tlm? i I? i ? .,r : . ntrj ? 'lud. .?? New '? belli He , V '.? ?? . ? ? . ..... CAPTAIN W. G RAOUL. ? - la, Jan I ' Captain W, < ; Raoul, ent) ' i old, died si i, - home hei?? to-dav. During ih?- Civil v- .,? ha ? aptaln m the ? *onf< IIway Bu? reau .- ictlon and transi of srm> supplie ? I ? latei wars h? different I i: . ?1 held the presiden, v ,,; the , -, of Oa orgia M* m- .'in . nd Ulan ta Birmingham <*-. Atlai I H? ? - a alfa ind ten chlldn OSCAR SHERMAN GIFFORD. UJ PallS, S I?. '.:,:: ' OSCST Sher man Glfford, twice ten Itoi la to ?'onKress from Dakota Ten toi RepreaentatJve In Congra - from South ijakoia in the 41th, 10th and Mst Con? gresses, filed at snton, to? da MAJOR HENRY F. KENDALL. I'firtland. Ore, i,,n ;; Majoi Henrv r ief t.? i Kendall I B \ ?? ? I : ed) dl? 'i at his home in this ? ? da Hi was flfty-sevsn years o?d COLONEL ELLSWORTH N. PHELPS Hartford, ?'onii. .fan it -Colonel Ells? s/orth N Phslps, Windsor*i best known iltlsen, who blocked traffic m ?Pennsyl? vania avenu.- when he first visited Wash? ngton, n-an*- of his ramarkabii r< ? i" blanca t" th?- -accepted "Brother Jona than ' type ?>f caricatura of ' i m le Bam ilieaj a* his home in Wlndsoi t?> da: Ha w.is with General I'Hi Sheridan In the Bhenandoab Valle) aid rodi that mem? orable twenty mllei i" Winchestei with Sheridan After the arai he held.mam public offlcea He ence ordered i Wind? sor minister, irho irai suspected of South? ern sympathies, to read hi*- pi aver all over, u.thoiit omitting the ususl blessing ?.n the officials Of the United State--. OBITUARY NOTES. wii.i.iAM h * HITNE1. tha o deal of) abeldar in Bullivan fount'., Is dead at his hone, in Rarryville. N. V, aged slghty-two years He bad held the olBce latlco of the peace for forty-two con? secutive years, condactlag the business ?.f the office ?ip to the ?lay before WB death KOBE- GRBBN, f'-r many years chief ,,r police "f Busses, N -i . died carl-. lerda) ut his hume there, uo wot i"'* in Vernon Township, Busses County slaty-eight rears ago A widow- and tight children, thraa brothera and two ala t? i ?? --urvlv e him WILLIAM s BALL-ARD, one of Sen .,i,,.- i?,.|,r. secretaries, died suddenly ,,, ,? heart dlsaaae al Washington raster? ,,.,. Mi Ballard mad? Ma boma al Oak? land, Cal _ *_ MRS. ALICE MASON DEAD Was Once the Wife of Senator Charles Sunnier. London. Jan. 17 Mrs Altee Mason, of Boston form"' "rif** "f ?"?'f1'''"' ''''arles Bumner, ?f Maasacbuaetta died on Wednesday from jaundice, al hei London ,,,,:il, Her daughter, Isabella, is the wife of Edward Balfour, of London and Boot land , , -|-?((. t.v la to he taken to BCOtlllld for burial. Un ||ga.,n na? afra A M Hooper --?han ihe marrietl Charle? Bumner In IBB Their married life was riot a tUPPy on.-. alter a f?w vera, and the) a/ere divorced I, m) II? a yeai later s imna r, arho bod brilliantly repraaented Masaacr. ?aatta Iin me upper bous? ??f Congresa I ?i many j yars. die?i nt Waehlagton I m, Edward Balfour, arho sur - M I Masen, was Isabella Hooper, she arai married to Mward lia.tour iu lm% u MEIN FREUND, !D?" German Version of French Comedy in Irving Place. A ?1,-rman version of a new French comedy, entitled "Mein Freund Teddy." Was produced last night at the Irving Place Thaatra Its ehlef character Is an American, hut he Fhows no resemblanc? what? ver to the man whom the bSflU*S sre named aft. r Andr?*- Itlvolre and I.urian Hesnard are the authors of the piece, an?l they have tried t.? build up a plot around an Ametl ".iii type of a bettsr i-ort than usually Is seen on th- Contmsntal stags. The Tsddy Of i': " play is a frank and manly and masterly sort of psi-aonaga, who gets in trodueed into a pYsneh family and sot nimseif t<? ?ttralghtsnlni out an unhappy nun tin.'" In BUCh a wav tl a? he flnallv marrtei the nnatspiaclatsd wife, arao has instan':-' raptured his fanrv. Mr. rhris tlsna played tins part effectively, with commendable restraint an?i with as much verisimilitude as could be expected "f :i foreign student of An rl in nnsrs snd Character, Miss Mathilde Brandt hss Joined the Irving Plsce Compsny, snd took th? part of th.- undervalued wife. She has much i ? harm, and N an BCtrCSI of uti ususl raflnement of sty].* Her a <????<' a greatly strengthens the company, which hss needed a first class leading woman. Mi si"", i.' I Mr. Mai low and Mr. Hub .;?* f-.rv.. espe? ai mention foi theli vvrk. Th?' lause v\ a I ! ;:; "all" i-r - i<" -d a i ? .ii;- i)\ of '?'.?iiiiini* in- . . ? n was natural! ? dilute i i.v pres? entation through the medium of foreign i !"?" '?". The cast vv.. i '. . ? '.: r? .Heiai Mai - i i n ? Meyei Elfen ' : ? - . I. ? i ? - ? ? r Mar le I \rau? R Yvonne I nstanzi ,.... ? Robert ? . ????-? ? , ... . ? ?? HOSPITAL TO HAVE BENEFIT Will Get Reteipti of Performance at Century Theatre. Th" II..-; : : I ?? ,. i,t 1 ?1 a. of s ?':??? He Is ,,. .... nt. Is t? ?tertall Mar? h 6. when tl ? . ? ft i ? . . ! | Brethrei at i'.' ? ratre sre to lu . . ? ? ..... ? - . the theatn Mr T5 l?*r for n . ? ? .?.;..i tu i he ... ?? , .. .. v . ... ? .. ... nf shiil ? ? ' THEATRICAL NOTES lui ? i di and ?; it the ? ? ? ? ? ' Hi iff ? ? Paria" al ? nter Qarden last ntgl I n? s-t ird Veill? Its I ' ? ... Tt..i'i. ',' . Iran i n pot ?h! Oh! Del| v s . ay ? ? ? > w A i Little i a;?*, ?? ? play s hlch , tl ' . .M < \?. I. Hsn i ria rlns th? ? ? ., in ? Januai i a ta ., rhe Cabaret Ba - ? tods ? ? \r< n took : yi !?? up Of i CASTRO A NAPOLEON NOW Takes "Exile" Pose at Ellis Isl? and for Picture Men. C?ei,"i al CI pi ..- bf-fn ?ird? : ' : and ? I ose ? ase hsa i- ? n , ? ' b Island h ? -Ar.it, a liai 'iin.-'i vv? ifternoon oi roof gsrdsn of th?-' ad posing for ts Castro I - I sctoi I!? looked aa > it tli ... i ?. i Ion and imlli d v>, hen th? op? l r ? .i ii ir.'i.ir.'i i'. a populsr picture "f Bons? pai te look nto t.i at 81 Hi-.' t . . ? ? i ? ? .?. . i fea BUgg? to .hi.I the little ral of Venesuela th Ight I..: "arm |nl pti i ,i f hsd portrs M ttls ?,f corslcs " ? Isn spent I ra : ?? ng i.is toilet snd appsrel for the motion plcl ? 'in..? ? ouasel snnounesd ? l that ?! " q teal would be made to-doj in the fsdsral ""iit for hlfl i"l..?-" "?: ' pending thi decision of gscretarj Ks WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY. groa ' ""' ' ' "? ,i v.. ?. , it ?a m -?? m i r ? .a M Ot ? 'imlli ? entrai Pal i i . . ft i ? i.? -t ir B ., w i .?' Is the Remi at a Republican i i : m I vii.ii?\? i> Whit? an ; etb? ?.?-,'''?? ' ?. 7 I' m I . ? . ? || ? v ... , r i-... hnoloa i T p m. D :."? r at l Aster, 7 ; m Dlnrirr of l li? S<vl?t> of the Oetms?, I ?' Csrltsn? T t. "> Dtaa? ??? n.- n . ? ? 9 ? ' l ?' H "'? 7 i m ration of the ' -s?m?' .?r m ??, \ of :i ' omnwRii ? anni - vtraa ? ? i: '?it g T ? ill rl Aiturla. 7 I? in !.. ?? A., OB ? ,,. ??? *.?l iiiiv of M< II In? So ;7 West m Btreet, ? ? nta* Testimonial ?imn?r ol lh? Sea \"rk iimtitui? lion m Hi?- l?-af for Knot n i,.: . M A. i-tln-'lpal. Knrllnst?>n Hotel, ? ? ? nil I i s Board of i.ii". Btion. I \_ ,? ?,. I ibllC ft la."I IS4, ll'II? ?,,.. ? enue, "Tli? l?ihn - ? I ., ? v, a ?,,, v\? lier; MttaMm of Hlatoi 77111 Mi??t anU ''???'?"-?' I" ? "ii Wild Animal, I B8fl ltlt. VV!n,, Insersoll; - '."t?r i num. i iu..; svenu? and "th streot, 'BUraareS and " ' ' ';,'?""',:., __1. t?W ?... ,j .... Mo r.'i i...?? ?*th ... | I? K llHll.lill. full..- Ubrary, So WB ". ? I ???n,. . ot KnRlnii'l nn'l lh? ? ru Adolphe rohn; HI Bai .holorno*?? Hall N" 3W> ???_ ??-.'' ??'???? i lutot ai Reel ??' i '" M' ' ' (??inr ?.mold V""n? M?n ? rtitisltan A.!?* ,.,,?.., Ii.?.' No IfWesl '-? '. ?' '" , In? ami B-Ktietyptog, W. tflllSeS Kar? Mr. Pauer in a Ph?lharmor Concert?A Hebrew Rhapsod La? k of tima compelled omission some commer.ts Invited by th* conce given by the Philharmonic and Russl orchestra* on Thursday evening frt yeeterdaya lesna of The Tribune; c? flderatlon of some features of the. aff.? h therefore resumed h-re Outside t Ptaylng ,,f m*, Fa;?.r> p,an1,t> ,,,.. B , notable thing ahont the Ooncsrt of t 1'hllharmonic Hoclety ?which was i le.ited In I'arnegle Hal' yesterday Hfu nom ,, or. at least the most .'omm.ndab was the faot that Beethoren'i "Paston ?"?'mphony appeared with Its face wash? When laat it was ptrformad by the i'n harmonie Boeloty, in January, Itie, ? ser?, ?mi soiled by ? hangei and raddltio mad?- b) the conductor, who wanted mo In the d.liii.ati'.n of the .storm, an I a hint from Borllos'i "FantaaU i ? '?? pbon). added ? ran for a aceond 11 of kettledrum**, ao that there might be more realistic representation >>r the eras big, rumbling an?! schotng of thunda Th i , x ,, K, ?,.,. Ml Btranakj has i ' I"* has also t. Bton .1 ih. icnn and natural phrasing "f tha aocompai ment figure la the "Scene bj tha Brooh and for these things he la ? ntitled to I gratitude ?u all mus:.- loTera who belli in oreservtng the puiit) and Integrtt] the classa s, sspsclally In i *? >*?*?** th.mposei had as | la foi ths ? .\ics-.i..n of t:is Ida as ; latti r-day would rover ? ? ? sai a want ?.r Imi ra ten In tl ' manee, It wai ?i - i too ? Igid sdha rent e to . . k ?hading and a failure to brlni ? I fun grace and beaut) ?,f th toun But. at tha best there is slwa: '"m?- danger of the aympboo) I monotonous it seem? alngular, though it is ntrikin evidence of the ?hange of taste which hi '?"me over perfonnera fas a rule iinve nothing to Bay la auch matten) th* Mamdelaaohn'a concerto in Q minor fi pianoforte, which was played hy the new '?? mer. Mix Tarer, sh" .Id - ? i on a Phllbarmonl ? for l first lime In forty-sera [n th I ."d ? reu- tima ? oncena* of o tha r orgai ? : : ; osslble that nlne-teni ? ? the a Henees on Tl ? . i.in* an yeaterds sfterrioon heard the srorh fa It time when Mr J'a ill ;? I ? ' for then 'i.-t time v is w !.. n It WM 08 of the ma t\ i ?p iiar of all ? t period there Is a record in ti . ? Bern? a, whl ? : man s si ??n sxamli it ,- :::.? t ion ? - re I i '??i Is, w nan so mai , ?,'.; ,.laved it. oae .?f'.-r the Other, thai ' '- in Of Its own a. - i J? thl | |p(| ,-. ?; | | stforn and a ban I hi mad loi i : the lustrum? i it in'.. Blnda - - fragn en's into the eouri aera I rrtfled to ?er the i ???. ?till i.ohblng u] and down amtd tl led frtrlngi i? -va? a bra ?? I Mi I'auet ? t'i? o| l-fi to I lili Amsi i? an deb it, but i ? i hapa, hi not on - lovei ths lovely must WS are on the ev,. , f a : ?? ' -, si taste and that aerea ? Inga are again to bave thl ? '? i tai'i it Ii || ,' oui -1-' tal muai aooi break ?"?t of the a i,?-?-. have i ? tiling ."litar K,,r those i?.', rested la ? i -'.??? t ?? i ? it the I it pei f man.f the O mlnoi o Philharmonic com I I II - ' Timm on lanuary it. im Oi Ms) m ..f m | ?at M: Timm ? est I - art" | : i Phlthaimoni hail. ?I i - rt that I ?? ? Ninth - , , Ita rat pei anca on 11 I? ths Ai al ?; R , :* .,', plays it. and his repeUtlon of It oi Man - ? ? , - - -, larmonl . v?..- ?an find ti? Jan ? it . ? ?tt . ? ;. I .' ? ? i ? .i ? i om !?? mairled, al I ?? werki .... | to und lion Of ?"?? "rye I Mi i ? ? : ? leca and show-i himself worth? ' i h m 1 ' doa a not call for | ai depth ol ??ht tn-nt. but it : n Ita da m.n.d '? : ? las', fui and I " . moothn? aa of a ?e< utl? i ? lot? i ?? Itl m ? ilc of tha i r ?. ni m i ri? d An i thla It ?*> . ? ;,? ? . 1er. who . ,-.. u ami le tone, a hi? instrument and tt feat ira ol apee I ata est li , ? n ol the Russian Bymph m B : Hall was tha "Rhspi Ique," hy /oi.mu lew ? ? ??? , - unknowi ben intll Mi B foi ? " ?I "! Mr. AIU (-'.i.-r's attention to thl he a?.?\e it a pa i forman ? of H,., embe U tion atood a ? ' ? sent, i n effort ? ? ? ' lb? i. n the an foi ma Sli I n thin tha t fa " ? i ...,..' i. expei Imentall) m (Ja nan t rooms, ai ? i - . ?leid "f srtlstlc music, ,t folksong i ra< tl? eally unknown to ths outstda wo Id, will i, ini Itlng the attention "f i om ? .,1,-nis ol musical aatla na i hi ?-on.position whl? h Mr Alt , t .. introdu? ed lo Nea Ifork' ? ? ough not blgbl) original in eon? . , j, , w,i: knit snd effective romposltlon, and its thematic material Is 0f , ?,., -? mtereetlng eharaetei The i .-;...i?.-h. sine one. have nothing In com? mon with Russian folks, mg rhe) are airiental in chara? t. r. but their Oriental? ,-:,,. u reBeeted in ?he fondamental oi the 'list theme m particular, la differ? ?.i tt.-ti. a r.d.ti.d chara terlstlc ??f the f..ik musk '?f 'i ?sery, BTallachla, Arabia, Turkey and BBypt, In tbat tha exotic Interval an a-, mooted saeand eon tslnlna three a-anl-tonee fails In a du? r?rent part of ti?.* re-ale la it there is a rellC of ancient svn?a.g??ial BOBg, Whlll thl Muscovite folksong frequentlj sesma te he based upon ?M modal system ?f the Oroeh Churo*. The scale is, in fact, ,llHt m hlch writ.-is ,.n Hebra a music call llSCbUbacn, and llea at tb.- bottom of the most lamousofall thesynagogalmslodloa irbicb have been beaded down t" US by tradition, the "Kolnldre" ??f Um Hay of Atonement aervlce. A musical folklorlst might Bod profitai.I- emi.lo>m?-nt In seek? ing out the aecular aongs which Uv.- in the hearts of some of the BemltM peopl?*" u*,() crowd the Kast Side of the Borough ,,f Manhattan Some tentative effort! hav- been made, ne believe, by Mr. Hrunof. but more energetic Mf/lBf might yield more striking results The rha'i.'ody differs, siso, from much of the music based on Kusslan folksong, in being pre? dominantly cheerful In mood, gay, not desperat?!?* nriad. like some of the Russian danesa, There ta a heavy-bearted move meat in|the Rhapsody in which the Ori READING THE "CORRUPT NEWSPAPER." Wlicc-cr! bul I'm m merry bit ?de i entai ?? tan teriatlea si? verv obvtous. - i ' ? ? invlt? fan. les ,.f the it-ledei :? of indis and I m i-.? - ' the ' lai H E, K. - B "SIEGFRIED" AT THE OPERA First Presentation This Season a Splendid Performance. '^legMed*' re. alved Its drat tlon of tl.- ?. night ut the Met? ropolita) '?,?:. ? louas, snd d? spite the fscl Hint, with tl go d ' It Is I of the ?\ R ner operas I i was on? of fslrl Large llegfrli ? ? Kill? : Is a populsi ftgnn hut his 1rs '?'??? precis! ? he t " the m ijor j "it; ? of ? lie, vv ! lie ti,.- v..?: n. ha ? I lack of i a lor? ? ? ? ? ? o esaentlsl to the \? ? "g ? fried" la In our repertoi . .-?n?! in our rep? rto I iblj srill ramali if ? ? last night'a ? ' ? ? ? : n hat I ? iei !? proporl I? made I of i ong 1 ?? Wan? derer was Putnam Griawold, s s ? dignity ivorth ko<1 iu lesa ?!? dd< i I I ' ! ', nd Mr. Reisi i rich and ?! ibli shall vv look upon ,. ? ? ? m ? w. , ?? Mme .'? ired onto and then egret ? ? . . Mm? I late but ? I effect, and I not appear at all, ? ? . m 11 ? ? ' ted co : ? ? tl '"Il Hi'* ? . of the '? m| Ol u v By I started M ', ta and Mi G , ? . ? i after Inutea1 wal I I In again rose I the set wa - - ''?? ri a 11 ? ? > no "ti" vi,ai hurt, ti"' bridge ratchlng oi me of the a enei |, | prevented Its I the at ige i RARE TENOR DISCOVERED Found in Street, Destitute? Amato to Train Him. ' M tale ?mato, th? the ? tan O any, has found a young ten? In whom he think? he '? la I n ; , take h m under hl oa n ? i tin hla roles, while " Breitung hss offered la pa) I The young man >c named 3 Kltl.il, snd ,?.r:lv.-,l l.ete from R t- v months ago A i him staging In the street in front of the i ' i lass, and yesterdsy he -?unir in the Ki tropolltsn Opera Mo i re Mr. Haut ? .isi?/:?. Mr. Amate and sir gtu? r.mi, win? were ill enthusiastl shout his trotea Mr Amate -?t ones offering to take his a- a p lpt1 The young man Is oui?, twentv two yaara old ind whsn found was i solutsl) destitute. ? - ??SNOW WHITE" IN LARGER HOUSE "gnow white and the geren Dwarfs," iia fairy plan aow at th?* tjtti" Thsatre, aill l.e played at the Maslne Bu tot t Th?? ?tre, nt matinees, beginning January .'7, for s<jv?rai performances prsvloua to ? road tour The play will be withdrawn at the Little Theatre during the coming week for final reparations for the tour, rti.ii will then Im given it i?" Msxlne u ?ii.it beginning Monday sfternoon, Jap vary 27 MsrgUSritS <"Ur?k and other members of the prsssnt coat win continue to a|'i>eni- In Ihe y]_y Fot 111?- nl^tit Bt? traction ai the Maxins Klllot.1. "The 'Af? fairs' of Anatol" will i..> eontinu? d. "MAN WITH 3 WIVE9" DELAYS. "The Man with Three Wives,'' the .nest ?jTrana Leber opeiatta. win have it* ?>|H?n tni; nerforniaiu-e nndt-r the SUSpicea of the aiiuborts at the Weber \ Fields Thestre on Thursday ?.?. enins*, January It, Instead of on next M<indav evening, aa previously announced In the east will be Cocll L?esn. Sophve Harnard. Alice Yorks, Doll) Can? II??. Charlotte Oreen wood. Poroth?, Webb, I?*a .banne, Leslie K?iimhi, Roberl Pltkln, Arthur 'leary. fivdn?y Grant an?! fttswart lUird. TO EXHIBIT PLAZA PLANS Public Library Will Show De? signs of Pulitzer Fountain Also. The '. , I recent!) petition for I lopmenl ? ' i "enl tsln t i in ths ... . . r, will be on tinning 'he main exhibition h the sa nd fl ? New Tori L'.hra- . illtaer left U *?? . st some aultable place in Central I ? iear the - at I to be. I . . ?? m, ,!?,... |n |he Place ? - lion w itb t ? ' f Parks lion th? ted five ? ? i w? re Mi Kim, M Carrer? g .mold w m Van M i - - ' ? nrv. w ht? h ? on tins* ths ? -. tVhltnej Wai en i epi .-senting loner snd P IP i i l A l'iitt and Herbert Adams, se etltors, ??? Il p m on th-? designa within the nazi fea daya, and ? ? ?i. i PULITZER LEGACY IN COURT Philharmonic Society Asks That Sf>00,000 Bequest Be Paid Over. s rogat ... '? heard the application ??f th,- Phllharmonl - of S?ee v.irk i or' the will of .Joseph Pulltfer to ?)8v to the so .? ' v .<( ? "",' oo snd one-third "? Hi.' accrued lurplul income from the ? ? Mr, i tflltser*! ? William B. Horn!,' iwei ?" n ? executoi I i thai the sa? ecuton w? maklna an cbnteat ? - ilnst l but that the w-nl pro? vided that certain conditions muai first he i wil h, and lie 'a i?.,.. ,| t,, | up ?: win t,, i,.- .?ii., i,, assure tl.i - thai the phllharmonl s ?? i..?-, i tt ? I I i Sh" lid t ,,.< |V- ' IVC ? "? H "II- j -. AMERICAN NEWS HEAD ILL. \ S. W. ?Johnsons Advanced Age Mili? tates Against Recovery. toi BSOI pi. si,i? nt of the American Sea ? - seriously in of pneumonia '?wi!,..- t<> his age of , 'i tu four y? i It ed ne ?s beyond hope ? ? He was l ol ti:'- \m? i '*.-ui Nea ? Compel la organisation in IBM, ami ii.i- president i"i a number of . ,,i He Is - of the . ,,- igtnal i" ind? rs of tie- compan) FORM RUSSO-AMERICAN SOCIETY. Moscow, inn 11 I RUBBoAnnnican waa formed here to-day foi tiie of cultivating mutual knowledge I among tha i - ';"' ' ?' " ? ountrtea, to further trad? relati ?na and to on exchange of visits. The initiative InI the matt'-i was ' ?k?*n ? v Conaul (Seneral .lohn il Bnodgi .s.? and some prominent, citizens ?tf sfoaeow.__ DIED. lOBMtOl K?\s. Sarah g . waiter i **' earthy. Jaramlah 1. (Beach, Charles A - CsreUaa B ??hapnmn. Henrv ? ; Marvin, Frank T ,:. .m-w M'tcalf. Jamea v. i. Patricia . m Harris, ivter EJUhS M N ?atrsnal Bva A . . m.,. d RarnaaM Elisabeth B. ,,'? ii Ha vi , . n, ,,?,...- pa? v rapo n, M_J*ear-*t A .1 ,: ?f, < i-^llv :e _ ACREN Os TburedS) morning. Januar-, ',?'.. .?? ll.iiiua', S I . Saiu-if 1 \ Ki-n, in hi? Tfltli jVar Punarsl aervltei Manda-.-, fanaarj '-*". t:B0 f a?, ai ill? Trinity Math? :. | dioreb, ll .ih way. Ai'VMs Bsddenlr. In Raliimnre. \ ?-. Kit.la:.. Jaaniar> IT. l!?i:a. Walter ? ,. ., r? riideel "f notion. He is MrvlvaMl by i wife, two daugh gn Ar,:,,? IdaraS H ? ? r. t and MlfB I,il lista Adelaide Adsms, and two roas, Ura.'. fard m,,?"!?- sad lames Wsrran vdani? The fjitertneal will Im "r. Monday, .lanuarv Ii?. In the famili plot at Mount Au? burn <-.ni.i?i . ?aml.ti'!?.-. Masa. gg \' M 41 ' ataktll, January It, Cbsrtfe A Reach, preaWent of the Catsklll M?'untain , | , ompany, In his TOth Near Sur , -a b) his wife, tortaar!) Mabel Wlleos, al h U lata ra?l Han??. Bsturdav evenltia. ar s nvin.-i< Inter nient al V\uu,l!a?ii. Sunday aftern-<>n DIED. CHAPMAN Heno draft I l ka ? l . i . n st. M ? ? 2:16. . ? * ?> i ' \ -, - \o. ?J! I \T. - on VV . '.. ?rv ? I I Wei - ? |t?njamln <\ .. I - ., ?... - IS al . n. Kell No. :.; R \ fio, r . . ?? :. ? ? . ?dear ... - II. ? -?ill be h?;d at th- au1 I ,iar. larj IS. ISIS, ;<? - il at nee of I Kl'l.'.' of ht? daughter, Mrs. Henry Rui .'ir. Ellaha M l'ai' n. 'in .lani.-i - 1 . at-rnl Est .r l iv, tt ORIFPITTI 0 l*i I ? i ? .. 17. ISIS, ai " ? - ? ? 7 __ . ? \> of Robart Si i ? " ' l'.iS . ?1?.-->, Of ' ? H INPORD n., v. , ? r IMS, hi tita i.i'e restdenee, '- ??'- - IMth at. V\ i.a..la i;- .^t?*. p ?>hi?-. omit ?owi HEI BNER .?' ' r. .lanuar. 1?. ? .lannarv H?, a'. I :: be In sraltll | irrlva' of t-aln leaving 'iran? Cenital ' ?at ai tVoodlsan ti v ; - ' i ? inuary IS, i ifilv-t? .liai? f ! V WesUStn atav. the ? j p. m Interment ?? convtsi<s*oS of famli'. ggrg os n ?? -.in?- .'an is?. ES k"' ?. ? lt s of .'. ! : K? r* ? ? ? ? M N'?. 2040 7m ave., T - ia>. th<- lMli luit . a- I B m I, isrj is, tau Iah l W?*Ca ?shar.'l of na Ms ist* i. ? '?? ? ?, S MS -' . Brookl)n. sa !n J..I ISI I ' gg On snasislsj !?'. mu. -i ".? g. Mapea. 1 lia l al '??'? ? T ' '?' ".M. ilwn - i"ir.lav. the w nal :p m M v R '? ! N Os v ? \ ' ?? ! Minna M METCALP?At N#W 1 .1 m m- 17 i ?' ' :k il Mi tCSlf .-on i oraes ., , Jssusrj If si ; p m Interment at Tun dim? kb pi ?.reata an f thetr . man i ? lamee A o.H*. DRBV PreaMeat; HAMILTON BBI ;S ??!<?. leril>. ?in JaniiArj '?'. |SU T*v ? . . ealdenee No ?'??;* M M?-n .lan'iav- 18 ?13 ai I 80 a m MORRIS Buddenly. on a sans*?] uV 1011 i'?t?i M ? '. from th? I.-.I ...'?? - reran a i . Ho .*?4 will . ouirr?. i ? l "ii gStsntay in.-mlng. Januar) Ig, U ? ? ? m KOBTRAND I*. I01S, g? tttt A.. ' . PUneral ?? ? 1st- resld? ?, ?. N'o 4:i?i i .?? ' ? p. m t al i onvanlani ? "f family. BBXBgJM At th? hot?.? of li?r ?lautht?, \ i>? -. i , i ; 1013 Elisabeth ?rldoii of la Si ban k Remraaa, in ?h? S7:h year of h?r an? Smith On Jaaiaarj r. Ilarj 1 trttaw o* Kdtvar 1 H Bn lib, In her H1?- aal W inerat sei altaa at iba Chapel of the H i"i?ii ?? and Amatei'lam ave, on M a .?? . January '??" at 11 h m THOMPSON On t - ? tanuary Ig 101,1. at har i"?ii?n a. N ? Rutland Roa4, Fiat t.a?.?-. aft?r a brief lllnesa, Marsaret Ain?. hrlnv???. wif? "f SVan II 1' V !? .?n; ?mi and daughter .?f th? iat? i'hailea ^nl Anna v?':nt fr?d O'Connor. CBMETER1E& THE TfOOIII.AWN ( EMETERT. IS.id si Hi' Har lam Train ami by Trolley. offUe. J'i Baal ttt st. it r. INDr KTXKERH. fr*.nk r. campbbi ui-i w??t <jaj Pt. ? "hap"!??. Private I'.'.'im?, rrlvat? Ambu? lan.-ev T?l. 1?I'*? ?'helaea (?ni i:s. ,m\in iikfk'F. -N'>. IM Naasss etr??t UPTOWN OPP1? E no ISD4 Brotjulway, or an> American Dlmnrt IVlrK'ruph ?ifnre HAKI.|:M OPF1CKS No lOf Kast 1 '.".tb str?tet. No. gla W?ral ISSth ?tr??t ana Ma. J19 West ?.'..in atraai.