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Ceremony Performed in the Chantry of St. Thomas's by Dr. Stires. MANY ARRIVALS IN TOWN Fashionable Folk Returning from Europe and Long Island Resorts for Winter Sea Eon in Citj*. The * " I of not ? of thi fall ? in the chantry of St - ? bureh at I o'cl irk yesterday I It v..*- that of nias f - ' laughter I D and Mrs ?Vyath, to ?: aj ' Le?: ter the amfne ol by the /.??? in- r , - -red Instruiuenl i tall palm? ot :' ? hv h?r ' ? 'nf ? hit* ..... : ront .and back Two f tulla, i Bth of silver I ? ?. . '? only attendant was Mis* gal riHuch?. r or Mr and Mrs ' runer, of Cedsrhuret, IVSBg " and a niece of the brlde | as flower fi] Mm wore a quaint frock 'if electric Hu^ pi.k. . Romney painting, and car? ried a ?? t of forcet-me-nots and t mmond McLean was his ? ? and the n?here were Rodt rl ? Puchan i rbert Pell Townsend, vhn tens ? of John Glffen: Charles K!n". ? ind John Allan Wyeth. jr. .-mrd by th? Best M. St'.rcs, rector of the by the };. -, Owen. ' ernon. A reception fol? lowed at "he hnrne of T>r. and Mrs. Wy? stk No Hi Lexington avenue. will spend a r honevmoon In Italy. ?n - untry they will live " ,T ? y- : Mrs. Lloyd '.- Mr. and gfl ? ? diet, afra James H. .... ? ? Mrs 11 | nor, Dr. and Mrs. John A. Mr and Mr* v.' ' Ism l>. Hsrper, Hsri Wyetk Dr Mr and Mrs ? . ? ? Mr* Douais* ?? ??? sn I Mr-. Donald McLean, r Wer and, Mr. and. Mi daughter Of Mi ? ? Dr. E ? irday, In St | Rye, N. T. family mo irninir, only n the recepl r BW, lh< I Mr? Potti let wll sirs. W. in, Mrs Charlea H. 3 M . ? be?: r T'.e r.- - t ? ?d Mr? No. :? f/est .V '?^n mad' I ? Miss I ? Rev Dr. Ws r,. of No Ml West MSth street gherwood of Ink ? * rwood, of Hudson > S Y. ?Osa '. - Logan, dsughter of Mra ?i. will be ? Dewee ? her II in St. Thomss** . atony will be followed by a reception at the home of Mrs Logan, No. ? tree! made of the .. of |4taa M ' !- ?T;i'1* vrin. .?a ighter Of Mr-. Joseph E. Janvrin, Dr. Walter Wood /. Tivr'.n is a dsugh? SM f tl sts !'? 3 B Jsnrrln. She ?as int- ety three yt Dr. Adiuna la a graduate of H du* 'i He hi a parsctJetns I ?' ? Mi sad Mr?. W Beotl f'?"on nr' ("m their cwjntn place at anipton, Long ksi? Hotel Ootham. . | Hr^vvn and Mies am have ?? and are at thtlr ? a? ? ? '? Breiter B. G in i will return to the city from Bar Harbor, where . tatter part ol the summer . aariy In the ssoann. lodge end Mra John Clinton Gray has* Uken ,? at the Hot? ' it |:"-':" forth. * .. ' tray returned from Mr.? ' . will arrive In Hew jMi fi . within tin nest fee *?y? ami will go tr, Newport on < " b> ber g Mr and M H Kip are at the H?W Vanderl lit for a abort stay. kr. an?! m,>. William K. Vaodorblll ??retun f,om Europe about the middle of tte month and on th- ir arrival here WU1 So t., |... ,. t-ountr) place. Idle H'.in. al Oakdai-, Long Island. A,r? ;,.,,, ?Barton Preoeh wlB '??'?f' ^'ton Lodge, her pUu> at Hoi ipring* ?a., to-day for While .sulphur .-, * ?a Mr? Walter Cutting has taken SS apart n"nt ffr the wintei at No. Ml Park ave nue. CtuD'O VhOTO ? ? VLAN D. M'l EAN ' ora Bui . >?, ?rill b ? Mr* Percj R p) t..- at Bernardsvl . N J. Mi and M:> Orafton Pyi ?.??? mar l. ?don. Mrs Pym teas Gmll ? formel I Eben V\ \., ? ? 1'ish will . ? ' ? ' ? ' n < >. tobo r : ?; at h. r a . ; ? at Garrison, N V. Mrs. J , k Las n m c >?nd Mir? nor Las renco, of Ni I West list from ?Lenoa ai. Motel Gotl Mrs. Nicholas A: * " fi m ....>. . ng at the ? AT NEWPORT. r B'. . Newport Sept nay be < ?? e It i ? I Mrs. R T. Wl | New fork for a ? P. 1 nt a 11] probal ? ? ? ? '?'? Btai McCorml I Newport I Mary of thi ent 1 day al Mr. and Mrs. L- a C? 6 will ? Thi mer hi ad Thurs r SI 'i Mme I'.akhrne vlsitlnc In New Yoik. will k<> t-> " . ...: gton iur the wlnti i Mr. and Mr?. Loula B M MIS. John '. to o ' ? Mr. and Mn rkdtfng Mrs. WagstsfTs moth? Tuch Frei m I Mrs. !>'?; . Si-, no r, jr. Mrs. Robert r guest . oi n? v. Tork. BgiStl g and r; I '? ??? Mn Burke R< James Lowell Pul nam, of 1 i:? ar Adi i i M R Wli after a visit 1 W York. Mrs. Get ?'.ii to-day Mr;-. William G. W< Id i OS at? oi totnobih ' M: Rensselaer, the Hon? cottagi unter, will return to New York lo-i lorroa Mr. uni Mn ' -? bare son? to New Tort for tti?- winter. ! Thi Gen ? ? ? to-day for ison Misa Anna Banda will leave for New Y(rk on ' ? toh? r 4 AT BRIARCLIFF LODGE. I ft' Brnvrelifl [?odge, N. v.. Beet 30.-Dr. Clemens and family . clow 'i thi ir ' ottsgt at k ,<? \&% i.??k', N. ,i . and an al Briarcllff Loci?' i i iron Tii?- Rev and Mrt Joseph H. Wat*an. Miss Watson and i H. Watson, h\, bar? returned t<> th? lodge ?rom thi Adlron daeka and ?rill reman fa als ??? Mr. Bruce and Ml ? Paulkner have Joined thi ir pari nts at tin Th? y apent th" aummi i at Bea Girt N. J. -? ? IN THE BERKSHIRES. n- T?l< trapo t" Th?- Trll Lenox, Masa., Bepl M Ai the annual rneetlng ol tht Btockbridgt Casino tins afternoon Frederick OrowlnsbisM was tod president; Bernhard Hoffman. I vice-president; hues Marlon Hague, sec? retery, and Misa Jennie Beymour, li urcr Tti? other director! M ? Mery man. Misa Emily Tuchennan, Mrs Frederick Crowlnshleld, Walter P. Baton and Edward L M< Miss Nil.a I WVena Who hai- been viy Itlng Mrs Joseph B. Whistler, baa gont to NOW York Mis ?L Parkaaaa Shaw was t luncheon host?--- at R< I aee I II - aftoi neon. Her . Mi I raw I? '?? "Barlow, M:.-s adelt Kneolaitd, Mast Roealk G.I man. Mr.-. I'.ank K, Bturgat, Mis Mor K Jeeup. Mis William D Bloane, ; Mrs Davit] ?.yd'-: Bad Mrs Will.am B. K?si nochan. Mitt Nannie <i Duval. who has boon at ?'urtis Hot'I. has returned to New Yoik. Mr. and Mis- JokS B. ?'arsons ?ml Mr. ?.mi Mrs. wuiiam I s GrlswoM ha.? closed their Lenox oosntry plaoss sod : gont to Rye, N v. Colonel and Mrs George A Wh ? ?I NO? York, have ani\?-<l at lUatun ! Hull. Stoi klirhtire. Mrs Maurta M i . Wilfc .... k |< Hunt In*;, Misai .-?? ? ? M'- I. ? ."..I. \V P Hopkli vals at tl Mr and Mra P D '?' | ? ii .1 All Kew York; Mra '. ?i Wathina -? MILLION FOR SEARS GIRLS Grandchildren Get Boston Art Collector's Estate. who ... ? ? ? ? ? !? ? ? i ? liar. ? ' The Bears MISS MEISSNER A BRIDE Former New Yorker Married to Wealthy German. Hai ? U on t V. ? ? : ? ? ' ' '1 ? | uncl? of the Gen ? ? Mon Ex M. a m New foi lion ? ? a ? ' Bth Bt ? Ii. r ipi.iIi' r v. other, W . ? ? Long Island, la i soi ? ? Aldrii ? . ' abosa 1 ' iiy o. well kic.vmi h Sea \ ork Mi i I ? and anoth? : ol , Mr. Aldi lei ? ' '" be ! ? . m .it tho ' | The hi Idi .1: d her hu b uid ?? i their honey n oon ?1. Mi \ ??! ..- j Hi il' n has ?. RALPH CRAIG TO WED TODAY. '1 ? rrtbun? Mont? lair, N J , B? pt ?0 H. . ; . ;-? :, '? ? i.' Mr and Mis. Henry Hull Bples "f No III .-? uth Moui tali ? ' '" ,'" '"?'1 ' " d to nui? row ? ' ,'1" home of the bridi 'a psrents to Rslpb ? in ti-.it Mr. 1 rslg son I I metre dsahee el Btockl. Is I ftmi re t iking part In the 1 ?lymploa be bad won er of the Hani of the University ol Michigan > - TO PRODUCE "SONG OF SONGS." confirmation of *n arrangement with Edward Bheldon, BUthor ol "Romance," \aho Is now at Lake I '??m", t" ?han Hermann Budennant el ? ? ? Bong mg* " The Bl 1 Idon i ei - Ion ?in be I translated f'"' production In Qermsn] ! The chief psrt ? ,,i Btrihlng pet ' Ihei than drs? : ,i,,,ti . e M1 i'iobman ha 1 bod] iti mtad for th.- part WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. i-.. semisele? ??? lb? kmertcaB MoeeuB* ef Natural Hlston Mei ? vi ? ,... ,im ,.f Vrl New \"r, ' . V.iii rertlsnSi Part Mu* AdSreaa bj Ogdeii L Milla, Jr oa "The Redemption of ? 'nr Clijr," .it lh* meeting ,.f ? i .11. Hui ? ?: 'I" I'd. V y. n| 1 l, 1 lubhou? . No. BBS V\ . M 117'' "? Addree* tv M 1 l?*i ?'.? ore? Havi a I ?Tl ? ' - <.f ihf Ml ? Tort ' '?? ' v: : ; iri I |.,|. r ef I... 1 - . ? . h by Joba Pai 1 ? M >?? fei ?? t '1? 121 ' ? ? Dtl t 1 ' 'Iah. clubhouse, No ?i>i Klntk ?venue, BJreoh ?V I ' ' ' ? Board ??' IM'?- itinn. - 11. pe 11111.nl." lohn ? '. Welsh, 1 Hou k- 'i, I ?treet* r^eslna." Dr, Rudolph Tombo. I a. a a. I I UPHOLDS LORD S TAYLOR STOCK SALE TO CLAFLIN Referee Says $27 a Share for Common Was the Best Price Obtainable. TWO YEARS'INVESTIGATION Report Tells of Financial Diffi? culties of Edward P. Hatch, as President, in the Panic of 1907. Robert B Deyo, who wai appointed ?* a referee bj Surrogat? Fowler to take testimony on th?' objection? tu..] by Ed? ward Hatch, jr. an?i others in the sc ? intli f the ex< utora of th.- aatate of Edward P. Hatch, ? bo trat th.> president of Lord A Taylor, or the ground that tin- *->..-. certain ? ? t.-i'i bj th.- t- -t..t ..- in th.- dry n to John < laflin f?.r !?'ss than tin ir actual value, completed hi? r? pon '???!?ni.i.- it.- found against teal ? of th.- Hat.-n anil the other ? i under th.- v.m who brought ti.' in.?dim The referee upheld the a?-t:on of the ? .i.i th?> were diligent m mother cuotoi : the stocl t to Mr. < Isfiin, who in turn turned It over to the United Dry psn). ? tin!; now controta tl ?? ? itlna. The 'v ? ?! ward H Til ol tie retail d< . ami wer of Lord I Ta loi. Wilson ? Tu? Set. . ..f Mr. Hatch, n ' h < rii\?..i>, an attoi i ? m counting wat Sled in rates' Court In Bit and Mr monj tor two > at told 1 SB thi ea of the comm >n ol L ird a.- Taj lor for W s -hare. ? ontsnded thai -Mr. H !\..i s aelllng price of Hid in his will ? .i-koi that ? lould ? rged ?.. h ?";.*..:. the dlfli n ? iiing prii ?? and I ? ? . n the si k by the testatoi Mr Hatch dit I i B apt .-.. he left red ato k <.f u ? | . i. " ? ? Uvided B ?: In? The report of Mr. Deyo cover?-.i than 1,000 I ? ? pagi He said ! befon ? ? ?'? atb rtdsd rangt Lord ! ? ? Betwee.1 ISM an I If 10 hol ; i - ? ??' without in? : ? Uona .anna. | !???...? ? Mr ' rith those who lent treat 1 ? t? j to unusual ? Ith win h Mi H ? - ? ? ? Loi ? ed In Novai of Mr Hot ? report ' ? eduction ol the last I ? - to $470.1 1 . mui h anxlei f thi ?? ? the < '? nvestment thi ii stlon. Thi er for thi Mr. ( 'laflin offi ?? i ? pi toeh and IS) res ol ? - paper of , ...... ,_ BO.COI of I ' ' ? ? but th? ? | 0 : Mr situa M ' ? o i'.itiK to and ' ? ? atock. Mr Ircfljn SO, to advai ? 11,000,060 and i . . . . ,, the i '? Mi i.i i'i Ihe exc iton had to si U to Mi ' ' ? trat the . ? ? n th- ? spite] need ..???.??, ng ol ? ouM . - ? n the ? aeeutoi ? rofuaed, .ir. !>.??.o, ihe i ' ock mu ht the prefi rred . , ? Ired, In which case the tore might hsv? d respon slhle. ']?(,. I that Ml ?raa nn ad?? quate I "' ,,ll"k *hen ,?, t.. ? . ? i thai either ? ? xrdwa) m i N ? ?? utor 'l ucker r" ? . | . ? ? ? orongfi lly "i" otherwla ?. ?lt|. ? control "f Lord * Tsyloi for Mr. Claflln or hi? 11 mini ? St;,., ? nntrollei B?hmer rece?? f i,r, ,,. . . ... the Buprems Court fnr ;1 real prali al of th?? Hatch ? -t ?t?. on i ,. BTOUnd thai the valuation of gS) OU ,. . . ,,?? ;:, m stoea In ihe report of the transfer tat appraiser wsa "groosly tn adequate" and lhal the a?sBes8menl was .. ..?,,1. nt),, rolluslvely and erroneously ,,,,,.i, ?? if the report ol Mr Deyo i* eon? ,,,?,..,1 | ? thi BurTOgite. probably this action will be withdraws or dismissed. NEW PLAY BY SCARBOROUGH Shuberts Will Give "At Bay." by Author of "The Lure." 'i ' e Sim'.is annoum a I bal "Al Baj." a modern drama bj Georgi B irborough, the author of "The Lara,*' will bavt Itt \.iw ^ "i?- ? ? let their rnanagement al the Thirty-ninth Btr?rel Theatre on Tusada) evening. The ,,t -At Boy" bsadsd b) Ouy StandingI ,lM,i ? m-, i tal Heme, Othen an Qoorg? Howell, Edwin Mor-1 ,i-,Tit. Mim. .Mai.i'.ni, PhyUla Toong, I ?.,- Hort"!,. S i: Hin?.-. Fi- ii mi to, Edward Lehay, CThsrtei M ? ta i. Frederick Hilton, -'"hn Herat and Harry Hadfteld Oaring to the opening ?>f "At I. .- ,i th? 'l nirtv-nititli Street Th< "Believ? Me, Nantijip." will \<>- trms forred on Monda) ?easting, Octobtr <?. to the ? . in?'?iy Theatre. MISS FERGUSON IN NEW PLAY.! Ki?w & Erfasser win jires?nt Baste Perguson in "The Strange Woman." a BOO play by William Hnrlhut. at thej Apoiio Theatre, Atlantic City, on <">ctoher ?? The cotnpaa] trill Include Charlea L>. IVsldron, Sarah eon Leer, Ooorgta Dfeti Mi n-iuiii, Aphoot Etaler, Elola Prances! ?lark. Mis Ftlix Morn?, Fran.? s White- I house, Barak McVtefeSTj OttO liofTinan, ? ? .... ,.,(.. |;..,.v,],,,. I FORTUNE IN WEDDING GIFTS ?tue Hon. Victoria Sackville West to Marry To-day. rue CsSae to The Tribune. 1 I/ondon, Best 3?1?The Honorable Victoria Mary Sackville-West will be married to-morrow to Harold Nichol? son, son of Sir Arthur Nicholson, In the private chapel at Knolc, the Sackville Weet home. LadjT Sackville-West presented her daughter s magnificent collection of family jewels valued at Jl?O.OOi?, beau? tiful Russian Fahles and a leopard's skin cloak. The bridal frown Is trimmed with lace which the bride wore when chris tened Her Jewels include a chain of diamonds with fifteen emeralds, a dia? mond, emerald and ruby tiara, an Em i In comb set with seven rmeralda und ! aven diamonds, a large amersld brooch hi iliarii"! ?I-, two tassels vv 1th . rubles af;?i dlsmonda and s neck orna* ? with eevi u large dismonds, ii"r mother had been very anbltious In hsr plans for Miss Bsckrllls?West'a marri ge, bul the dsughter Insisted on i... . ? ? In : .< ?" or man despite her er'a plana, and her mother, having giver way, is seeking to make the mar? riagi one ol the most notsbte seen in BOgisnd In many yaSTB outside, of i oyalty. ? OBITUARY. MAJOR ALEXANDER M'DOWELL. Msjor Alexander McDowell, formerly of national House of naiiisssnlslHos. is Mead at his home m Sharon, Pean, He .. -t-A h rears old M , ?"t- Alesander McDowell was horn at Franklin. Penn . Msi .-..- He n ? reived a common school education, and when the civil War broki out Joined the IAbi Pennsylvania Vol I i rvlng ? ? i.ra At the eloea of the vv ?j ned to Pennsylvania ? enterad the banklna b laiaeaa at Bharon. Bubeecjuently he became president of the McDowell No? tiOl al Bsnk, and was elected to many of? In i he western section of Pennsyl? vania in MM he wan sleeted Represents? it-largi to the Md Cons u d on the ? ompletion <?f his term became clerk of the House, u position whicl he held until IS . NORMAN L. M'CUTCHEON. rraph toTbi Trll ? Oreens Ce Sept Ml- Norman Lockwoi i M ?? itcheon, onlj son of Jan.- ?..;? Uni n Importer, of New Vork City, died here to-day at his home. No -o Field Poll I Reed, after S long lllosss Mr McCutch?Bon was a member of th.- Prlnoetoa Club, of New Vork City; Squadron A of the Nsl Guard of Ken ^ ?.r k. the Greenwich Coun? try Club und t!.o Field Club, o? Green? wich. He was born hi New York City, Decem? tie was graduated from ilr 3 les lamy and entered Prince t"t: . in the i lass of 11 h. .? ft Prince! m in IP) i year he was ai n..id studying ? . i re Of liner ' ; his re t i:. became a member of . ..-. fathl : in a short time was ? ? ?:???. blch position he held ? ? ? ol death. Ml McCutCbeon married Miss K'.'.zabeth I? Holmes, of Jerae) City, In ISM His htm. The ? II t.e held at <"hrist ?.'' enwlch, Friday afteii -.-! MRS. MARY JANE BROWN. ?.' ? Jai ?? Bros ? . widow of i ? ? erett Brown, died ob Monday .it her home. No lift I . eigbty-two l bei in falling ? ? rwo daugl 1er* and a v?. hen she ? eral ?rill be private and the burial Ige, N. .1.. to-Bnorrow Mra Brown was horn m Elisabeth, N. J. Her husband wa one "f the old time at? .1 With and was the saasts ? n. n ': ?? "id Hudson R|v? i ? |fi ?ell w.is built Mrs Brown, ? beg marriage, eras Nee Y??? City. Bha Bcammel street and Bi ads ""i. known as "the Tv Mi-s fannte Even tt Bi ?" II Mlllla .-' . a :?? r. and 1 i ?:-- an ???? list, ... V MRS. MARIA SCHOONHOVEN. ? ?. Harts I ' " aoven, a reeidi Si] n f..i fortj --!s :?? are, died si the ,-,,?. Bre years Monday al her home, No IST1 Union street. Mrs Behoon* hoven was born near Mlllbroos, Dutchess County. N '< Her parents, James at??l Maria Morse Mead wen descendant* of Men! and Morse families oho sere ted In the i ontinental Army. ? waa the widow of George W Bchoon Bhe area one of the toundera of the Christian Church at Btanfordvtlle, N. i a broth? r, ? ilvln Me.nl. of Bsi N v a son, John .I Bchoon ho ven, prest? dei ' of ti .? -...n;..?-I -al department ol the Brooklyn Institute "f Arts and Bel? and a daughter. Mra Thomas B. u loos, survive her. The funersl vvtii he conducted by the i:. \ T i. Price of the Bouth Second si,, .t Methodist Episcopal Church, this evenlns si her house In Brooklyn The i'.nal will he in Evergreens Cemetery. BERNARD S. LEVY. Bernsrd B. Levy, a builder, who was In business In New Tork for fifty years. died yesterday al his home, No M Bt Andrew's Place, Yonkers He was burn in Kr.itn ?? eventj four rears ago, and '?unie t" Neu Vork st the age of fourteen He was a pioneer builder "ti the West Sid.' between T.'d and Mth atreets He re? "I'd ten years an" Jle |<>nves three daughters B VICTOR MARSHALL HAWLEY. Victor Marshall Hawley, sixty-seven aera "id, died of tuberculosia Mondsy nlghl ai Baatvisw, near White Plains He v-.is long a r?silient Of Mount Yernon and vas weil known .is ? lecturer on birds. He was a member of Par ns worth Poet, Q A. R Mr. tfSWley served In the i Hired States cavalry during the Civil War. lie eras st "ne tune an actor. OBITUARY NOTES. i.riiTtr.K RUSBELL LINCOLN, etxty? five, a prerntoent mining auglnaar of Phii ii. Is dead In Parla He was a brother of Mrs ?.'liarles W. Imane, of Philadelphia MRS. CABOLIKI ITBWBOLD, slxty Mx. dSUghter Of the late I>r. 11. Stuart Patterson, la desd at 1er home in Qer? man town, Penn HYLAND FUNERAL ON FRIDAY. The funeral "f .John .1 Ilvland. thf Weil known trainer "f race hors.-s, whose body arrived on the Auguste Victoria three lavs ago. will be held at the II v I.uni homo, MO, 13?X5 Avenue t*. Sheppshead BBjr, on Fri'lay at 9 a. SB. It Is expected that most of the prominent trainers in the country and many owners will he aresenl Hylsnd, who was August Bsr mont'S trainer fnun IW: to hSS, died on September ? In Merlin, where he was un? der a tee year contract with Paros op penhetm, a Germen racing assamsts "TALES OF HOFFMANN" Third Opera of Season Given at the Century. NEW TENOR A FEATURE John Bardsley Scores Success as Hero of Offenbach's Opera. Jacques Offenbach's 'T,es Contes d'Hoff? mann." angllciz.-d Into "The Tales of Hoffmann." was sun?? last night In Eng llah at the Century Opera House. The eholct of Offenbach'? aote opera eomiqua as ont of the first works to be presented by the new opera company can bt J IStJ :?? : In several wsya It is true that the opera itself was one j of the few that held its popularity dur I ing thOBt tXCjting days when Oscar Hum I merst.-ln was Imperator Of West 34th j street, when Maurl-e Renaud, In his pro repreeentstlon of the Spirit of Evil. '??ft memories never t" bt ?St ad, and to expect an artist In a popular pried opera to equal "r even ?preach th?- ao | prerne art of the great Frond barytone Would he a consummation beyond the iiream? of managers Tsl Mr Renaud*? ?nation was not the only rsSSOB for the opara'? popularity The muelo of Offenbach la ever lignt, graceful an?l mel ?llfius, and more than bo in his master work. The "Bar? carolle" is played dally throughout th? land on ten thousand gram >; hoii.-s and by a hund? ?'d orchestra* Every young kir! who is learning to strum on the piano knows it and tr!?s to | lay it. In short. In the last few raara it has taken its place with the Intermezzo from "' aval , leria" and tlie "Meditation" from "Thais" i as a musical ?ptdemlc, Then, aealn. the is varieii, ptetureoque, ?enttmentad i and melodramatic, and an impresario could not hope for four mor- potent mag . nets of popular appreciation. As a final reason for Its choice, con? sidering the fact that It was to he sung In English, s really adeouatt translation had al last heen found, for which t.'.anks ;.r. du? i-i Mr. Charlee Henry Meltser. Last night Mr. Meltser proved that he had ?'.riven home an effective strok? In ?? ? ? .rfare for translated opera, in whi^h warfare he ha.? f"r so Ion? been the Heni y of N"a\arre. While it is Impossible that any transla? tion, however capable, can he entirely ?factory in alwayt following the melodic line, Mr. Meltser*a brought I rt no strange Mnedsina end was, on the whole, admirante In Ita ndellty to ".he t of the wr,rk. After all, Hoffmann was S Oi '* the story German, and Offenbech'a Bngfii ??'.or*- adt ruststy than do tuch thoroughly foreign librett ? ? ? la" and ' i lloconda." Last niRiit's performance was admirable ! in its staging, as has always been I ?? at lie Century. The chorus was ? well drilled und weil costumed, and thincrs moved smoothly and with spirit <?f the . ? rs. first hoi l ' ad all qui ?went tO tht Antonio Of Miss B ? ? Hoffmann of John Bardsley. Mr. b ?light boat - ? ? - save b performance cf rare ct.. I distinction, a pertornsasjee Infused uih true pathos and poettfl feeling In addi? tion, his diction was really remarks ?a for claritv of expression. His singing of Mis? Herbert's part v !.. n the feill 1 In her first entrance was a rOB and one deoervtng of high pi Lena Mason brought ' " laughs for her acting <>f the Doll, Her i t., atrldeney p from int.-ntlon. Mist Ew.il. a- th? Venetian ?"ourtesan, and Mr. Kreldler, as Bi Miracle, trert deserving of favorablt mention, as vas lesa tlie .-ase with the I Miss Herbert Ol coum our Old friend. BignOT l'.?ddi. was as amusing as ever as Cochsnihs Eranz. Another new sneer, whose VOlct ar-.d ? ? * made t dlstlin Uy tavon |H cost?n, ?as Mitt Ivy Beott, who tang the part of thi ' ' ? ?VBtOOit Mr Aiikins wss -i eptt It a- Dapertutto, Mr. NI' icted. THE AUCTIONEER'RETURNS I Revival of Early Warfield Suc? cess Happy Belasco Selection. Dai id Bt . I? a happy '-hon?? whin he ?elected "The Auctioneer'' a> ? for I penlng of I MvM P7ar aaaeon, judging from tht hearty bi liven thi star et his first appear an ?? la the i I Ihe play last night at the Belasco Theatre. "The Aotttonoei." one of the sa 1k rt of Mr. 'A aril? Id's char acter playa proved ever) Mt as popular with last tile it s audience as It did when It made its til st BUOCQBt oil the ?tagt some >. m- ago If ?ol mi- so. Mr. A'infield, as Simon I.evi. the shrewd hut Mndly auctioneer, who kos? through riches and poverty alike with the tame quaint idilios iphy, eras an unalloyed do* light Mark) Bat? I arpea red ns Mrs. Egan, tht role she piaysd In the original pro. auction, and a is given a hearty round of applause on her entrance. The pi'odii' ji >n la elaborately staged. and. Bt Mrs. BgSB sa\s, the second act setting of tht Lexington avenue home ?~ o,uit?' "llllgant ' Many of the original eaat spptar In the pr?tent production, includ? ing Janet I'unhar as Helga THEATRICAL NOTES. "Her OWB Monoy," Mark M. Swan's comedy. Will bt move?! from the Comedy to the Lyric Theatre on Monday. floors? Graham has heen engaged hy F. C Whitney tor a r??le In his presentation of Mm?-. Bertha ICalleh in "Baehel " At tho tort Theatre this ?afternoon LaurettS Taylor and her associate play? ers trill begin the resumption <>r the mid? week matinees of "IVg <>' My H.'itrt." which were Hacontlnued In July osjring to .Miss Taylor*! then falling strength. .1 ..?-ephlne I.ovett STtd < harles Trohridge have heen BOgagtd hy John "'"rt for Im? portant parts in Anne Crawford Elexner's comedy, 'The Marriage Oatne," which Mr fort will rroduce In New York late this month. Wilbur Mack and Nella Walker have heen added to the bill ut the I'alace The? atre this week. They will present "Just a Uttlt Flirtation." Robert Hllllard. who plays the role of As he KaytOO In "The Argyle case," the attraction at the ??rand ? ?per.i HoUBt SOSt week, has BW seeded in perf?. ting ?he roneopboae, a Soviet for reproducing the voice a? reoorded OVSf the ?Ih'tagraph. - ' a GOODSTADT JOINS GREET. !.. M Qoodstadt trhe has sew red hi? connection with the C:.?hurn Havers, has JuNt contracted for a term of yearn with Hen Greet and his original com? pany and the Crank Lea Short Com? pany Mr Goodatadl Is alaj organizing an additional open ?ir company known the Korea! Playera. All three com? panies will present Shakespearean play? ?>|her riftffStC drum? In the nncn air. ? LODGE SLOWLY WING Encouraging Reports from the Sick Senator's Bedside. PATIENT FREE FROM FEVER Doctors Declare His Condition Satisfactory, but Say Re covery Will Be Slow. Nahar.t. Maas . Sept 3<\-Kncnnr.iRtn,r reports came to-nlirht from the home at Eastern Petal, sf Benstor Kenrj Lodge, who la in. following an opereiloa for tne removal of ;t gastric Ulcer IV tor Lodge passed a rndet and rest? ful afternoon and evening, entirely fr-e from fever. The attending phy* pronounced his eondlttOB entire lory on their visit ute this afternoon." This was the ststement even out to nlpht by Mr* Lud?e with t . ence Of the dort"! s While lierais of the Senator accepted the reports from his bedside a* very hope? ful Borne avpraassd the ihat, weakened by the strain ..f his long oarvtoe In ?Washington, he ralght find it dlftlcult t?. throw off the BtTeCtS of this latent 111 i nesg. It will be six weoks "r pnsslMv two months before Senator Ledge win he up land around again, weordtag to Dr, k. B, | Harrington. .,f Ipswich, who pcrf?.rmed I the op?ration. "Senator I.odife's temp?rature t"-dny was normal." the SeagSOS said. 'Up ui do Intr finely, and mav be said to ;?? roOOVI r in*. Hat this recovery will neceasartiy ba a Blow process. The ulcer caused an opening between the stomach and the in? testines, which has bei Sena? tor Lodgl was able to take a mo?lerate amount of Coed to-day. I thing that he should he up and around again in six or eight weeks." Dr. Harrington went to his home in Ips? wich to-night, and Dr. Frederick Wlns low remained here.' They MCI at Senator T."'!(.'"'s home Dr. W. sturg'.s Btgetow, of Boston, his lifelong fri-nd. who Is to htay j with him i.ntil he has made further prog : res? toward recovery. "It Btgelow h with the Senator rather jas a companion than physician,'' Mrs. Led ?? explained, adding that, of cour*e. If the need arose Dr. Btgelow would giv* his friend the benoBt of his rnodi al aktll. Even the tatlmsie friends of senator Lodge nay r."t s ? \ the ordere of his physicians, but more than three hun Ired telegrams and letters bava been re '?:v"'l at the Lodge bOSSS from friends Who Si -his recovery, one was from Benstor John W. Kern, of ind msjortty loses* of th ..nd j" ad: "Your associates on loth side* of thS chamber are snanimoka In th? eaiMrsssssa "f ti- I regret |0> riebee fur *., ly re? ' "'. ? IV." DR ANGELL MUCH IMPROVED. Ann Arbor. Mich , gepl B Angell, ??resident emeritus of the '':." stall i ' Ml bis in ? ger. I?r. ?VngeU w^.- I :. with : reis S MARRIED. YoS DER HELLEN-MEIBSN - .?--.': ' . . : ?r lia: Ni.Ihr? if marri m.-? hm.I ik.itli? must be BSSSespSBSSi li.v f'ill name und BBldiaBS, DIED. [ Brokaw, lasse V, Bull, Fiance* A Hyland. John .). Kli sfor I, '?' ... Howard. . m ., 'utcheon, N ' B. Tousey. Willlsax BR< K ?VW?On Mon lay. Bepti mer I service* at T.'th st., New i ork City. Tl I g Interment al * of the family Kindly omit rowers. Bji i.[, >Entei ;' "? S-i't-mber .. in Buffalo, N. Y.. ???of Henry BulL *Tu sr 1. HTLAND On September s i!>i3, at Berlin Germany, .i"hn -i Hyland, lat?? n N. Y. Funeral from hta late . N?*. i 303 Avi nue U . >-<>rn>'- ' ' 3th> treat, on it. as T' ? ? ? ? ? BL Msrl -: Roman Catholic Church, Bhei Bay. where a solemn inns? ol requiem will be i>fr<?xe?i for v"'jl interment, st. J"!" a Cemetery. htlNOBPORD?In 1-ondon, Knglind, on September 27, Mil. Man Powell, vvife <.f t .? late John J ' erbte? of the Iste Daniel Pariah, of this city. LAPBLBT Suddenly, on September M. al h s home Ii S ?ett Pier, R i ! inward Lapaley, of New York. In the 79th year ol f the late I>.ivi.? and Anna vVelab Lapaley, ol ! adelphta. Funeral ervicea a I be held from st Pet< r'? the-Bea, Nan man? Bett Pier, l< !.. ""? Thurada) ni<?nilns. oct"!.er i, at 10:? o'clock Interment private, it is requeeted that no Sowers ? -?'lit. IfAYNTCKE?-On Monday September ... residence, <'e?l?>r Itnoll Farm Bedford Hills N Y, Robert Maynieke beloved husband <>r Minn.. C MLaynlcke, ii hi* 15th rear. ee at Cederknoll i i Thursday morning, on arrival "f rial train lea ? Ins Orand ? !ei ?;.,:. \. - m?i ? ? level, at 9 i,ci,? h Interment prtl If'C'UTCHBON M Greenwich, Connu? Septel Nnrni.iii I. Mi < 'utel ein. beloved huaband of Elisabeth D. Holmee In his SSth yesr. ' un< at ' hrist i 'lunch, ' :( hi |:i| p m 'Csrrisgee a ? In leaving Oran I Central : **poi at : t, m Friend* are kindly re? quested tO omit BOW? ' s BHEPARD On Monday. Beptembar -"?. 1911 at his home, Tl ? I ?," Fan wood. N J.. after a shorl Illness, Au? gustus Dennl hand of .?..anna Mi id Bhepard. In 7xth yesr Bervicea will be held al til? ? nee on Thursdaj. < ?cto i . . it 1:11 p >u. l?:M n m. train from West 2ld street I P m tr fron Lll ? St, ?'entra! Kailroad of N '?'.?. -!' ? SMITH At her late reeid? v.irth Sal? 'n N Y . on Beptembei !*. ISIS, Elisabeth H Smith, In her 71th >ear. Funeral private. BTBRRY?On Sunday. In Norwich, Vt, en?, red Into <??? i nsl reat. Helena Ruth, beloved wife "f William )'* Witt Bterry, ol summit N i Fu? neral s.rvi.-s will be held Wednes flav lo a. m., First rtesbyterlsn Church, Rosolis N ?'? Intermant at ooavsnjense of tamiiy. TOUSJET?On Monday, September 79. i?. 13. ?,t hi* residence, No. n Bast <?>th st William, BOO "f the late Sinclair Tousey, la the SHh year of hi* as*. r i,era: aervicea al hi* late residence Thursday. October t at 11 a. m. Inter? ment at Woodlawa CEMETKRIES THE WOOOI.AWS < EMETERT. "33d St By Hurlent Tr?ln snd by TrolU?. OtTire 'JO Bast ?.'" S? N T_ OEEICtS. MAIS JPTICBT- .Nu. 1.^4 Nassau atrert. fi'TOWX OFFICE?Na ISS1 Broadway, er any vmerlon I)i?tr1<t IVi^sraph Oftlc?. HA r: I KM OFFICE-No. 15' East 125th street No. ?O* Weat 125th straat tm? Na ?1? Wee- "??Vth ?ir .?.