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Ceremony in Church of the Transfiguration. M'ALLISTER USHERS PICKED Many Members of Southampton I Colony Close Summer Homes and Return to Town for' Winter. b Bohnich, daughter of I \ ich, was married son .f the Be?. Dr. and Un Walker Owynne, ?.f Summit, afternoon In the Church il ? in. The decorations i wfr,. - and consisted of palms pig . t the Cl .nice; The lather of ,^e rector of CTalvar) Church, laaunlt, performed the ceremony, which WA. ? reception at the home of lira Van Bchalck, So. U East "ist itreet T?.,, | r. .- a led to the altar by ?ok;. a, her cousin, who gave her a>.?y. ?'i"i wore a f^wn of white satin charnoeuee trimmed "with d?cheos iaCei . tulle veil, bordered with large white beads snd worn with cap effect, ?**?;.- . wreath of ..ranee b'oaaoma Her only ornement ??.is a dr clet of diamonds, the gift of the bride- j ??-room ihs arried lillas- of-the-ea^ley. j jilt? Helen i; Owynne, slater of the' bndesroi m, was maid of honor and the | bride's SOly attendant, ?he v. .?a dre/ssed tn x |OWn Of yellow satin and chiffon, trlmir.e* ? th t-kunk fur and made in the new mluaret style. Her larfie hat of black vf.v?t was trimmed with 8kunk. and (_S carried a bouquet of pink rose? and ?ernt.. Mrs. Van Se??lele, mother or the br.de. was In black eetTOft, with tunle of old lac**?, and the wore a large hat of black eehret W. Lee QWynne w-as his brother's best moa, a:id the ushers were W. Rhlnelander Stewart. Jr., Gordon K McAllister, Harrv C. Bei?t-. forest Lyon, Frederick W. Qtrynr.r u '? Malcolm Hunter After a felH - Owynne and his bride Will Risk? ':???! hems in Kssex Veils, N. J Arr.o: bo witnessed the cere? mony and attended the reception were _r. and '?'?? W. Uerheri ?.dama, Mr. and Mr- Hollister. ?Mrs Danford Her.ry Knowlton, Mrs. John ?.. Cowdln, Mr. and MM Harold F. Hn*lden, jr., Mrs. J. Lee Tl bllet Mar;.! Taller, Mr. and Mrs. Ldwaru Xlcoll Townaend. Miss Au? drey Palrlis Townsend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bio urn, M:** Nathalie Blocum, Mr. a:.! Mra WUMam C. Bowers. Mr and ?.-..?? !I Hull, Jr. Mr. and Mrs .1. ;.- - ?. Mr and Mrs. J. V. Ona Mlia Jr., Mr. and Mrs. GeorKe C. Kohl?*-, Phcenlx Intmham, J. Bowera Lee. Mr. and lira Alexander w. Moffat Mr. and Hn Alexander Van Rcnsselaer, Mr. and Mrs. B. Franklin ?loo-dspeed, Mr. and Mrs J. Stevens I'lma:;. Mr. and Mrs S r Ptx .. Mr and Mrs. Guy Vat. A? ?? George ?le K. Gilder. Fs? l?rr.fd and J K. Suydam. jr. who will marry Mis? Audrey Falrlie Towr.?(r*.d. daughter end Mrs. Edward Nl I Town? und. In th? nation, ? Island, on ' ?? touer 1*. -us ushe-s W, ls*-< QwyiUM, rick W. Owynne, Malcolm Hunter and Ed? ?.ard Ml ?.send. 1r ?"arroll H. C'awsor. ? ' ir,;.i!. Miss Mary wlU tue a dinner at her horr:. In ?? on Friday night, October ;: r M:.*?s Tow-mood and her Car. ? ! .- u-ueits wll. kaclUdS the bridal -.-, beert man and ushers After dinner 111m Swan will take her SJUSOtS to the char:ty ball at the Garden City }lotel. A sma:: dinner dance will be given this evening at the p.altusrol Golf Club. The patrone-s? s '.r<* Mrs. Henry A. Barclay, lire. Qeo fc T, I>ane, Mrs. Arthur W. Little a:.- Mrs. J Victor OnaUvla. Jr. Mr. aj*. ; Mrs William Payne Thompson have arr ? 1 In town from their country slace at Wsstbury, ItSRR Island, and are dt the i Mr. and Mrs. Peroy R. Pyne have re? turned to to?\n from their country- place it Bernar milla N- J-. and are at their houge, No. ?- ? i'?rk avenue. Mrs 'W'..:aTi T'erton Hamilton will re turn le ,v?"*- York from Europe at the ??1 of tr** month. Mr. end Mrs. Frank L. Polk will cio-.?*. their SOuatry pla? e at Lawrence, Ixmsr I?l?nd, or. Noeambes l and return to the dty for the e Mise Frances and Miss Augusta de Peyater have arrl-. ?d in town and are at the Ma.nha-;-,n Hotel for the winter. Mr. and Mra Charles H Pabin have ^h?k\ for th? ?<n,?r tnr. ?n,,,^.. r,f Mrs. J. Msssl So;?>. n ti ..jit... :f,1h ?trett. 1,Ir- SI n?s M-.tt ilart-horne arrived in t!. . rcrday from their cnun*rv . it!._rijpt?.n. l>?ng Isl ?'"I SBd am at the Gotham for a brief visit. Mrs Viet. : sore han has arrived In town Saranar Lake, in the Adirom'.ari?.,., ?_?? 1H at her house in Madl ?on aveoae for the -.?inter. Mr and Mrs ChanaM? P. Wiley mo? wed frota their country home at Iselin, "*? J-- ? the OOtham for the :id. : lam Curtis l>emorest IS?e ret,.-- ed tQ town for the winter and *???** at their home, No. 6*. Last *>Mh street. IN THE BERKSHIRE8. - Ml n<- ; t Mrs Prod? rte Ciwwnln? wieid save ths last <d her Thursdays <?t ht">i. at Koakapot eottase tMs afternoon tS WOrs Mi. and Mrs. Mabel ?'hoat.-, : '" ' ?Varren, Miss Nsney C. Mi .? -i Mi Peyton J Vas Miss Bmtiy ?wekerman, Mr. and .m,>. .\ie>oiiid?-r Mr a?d Mrs William D. Haiiow, Mr. an'i Mi's Richard ?' Dlaey, Mrs Qsorts W Mr. and Mrs g. i^rkmati er.aw Mrs CrwwalnshiSld are sailing emb?i i t,?- Preae* J^*Srd ? ?'lownmshl.ld has vin- d A'i""i Vanderbtlt and a party wh.. are Sfinic t.. laranae Lake. Mr. ami Mra i; Bayard Halstead Mr wm Mra n H. Henaay, Mr Mn?i Mrs J A Weetor, ?t .\>w y0,k. arriad to ?????? at m?- ?-intiH Hetel ?'?'? 'bar?es ?'arroll lOOfcaOa, who |US ??-n with Mr. and Mrs otraud roster, hot returned t?. ,\>w Vork Hies Cleeaeattua Puralm was ho.?.t. j.t MRS. Ii. F. HOSKINS-MASTER. a tr?*.**?ot*\*? -Pvoto * a large dinner ?party at Bdg?*COmbS to? night Msjor OeiHeral ,\ ?g Or?ele] msde an addrr?s before Qis Wedn? day Morning Club In Plttsflekn this morning on "fur rsnl Bidellghts on-| European Vffslrs." Mr. arid Mrs. TAfJlUam B Oagood Fields ?vlll o] r new gsrsg? Bsl ?: da ? niKht With ? dar,..., whhh will be oi.f ?.t the Important afetlrs of th< autumn. Mr. and Mrs. William A Resd erlH ar? rive to-morrow at the ?Curt?a HotsL M.ss Harri? t K \\ ?.-. -tain?*d at luncheon at the, ?.""urtis Hotel for Mrs tfewbold Morris tins sfternoon Mrs. I.avid Down ..f Sea York, with Miss Bowman and tilas Alans, of Lltch? field. Conn . Mr, SlSd Mrs W. A Tyson and .1 J O'Brien, c?f New -?ork, arrived at the ll<?trl Aspt.i--J.vall Ml and Mrs. H K. Posseroy? of Nssr Tors, are visit in* Mrs. William H PomorOy at th. Hotel Ispii Mr. hri'i m^ tnrlnga Bchmelsel, of New? fork; Mr, and Mrs Willlsm Parr, ?.t Brooklyn, snd Mi arsi Mrs Cbsrlea W Allen, of Boston, sre at t! ?? Map:? wo.. I. eld. Lssvtng HestOfl Hsfl In .-?.v-khridKe. to-dav for N.w fork, -wen- Mr nnd Mri V ariek Palmer, Mrs. Franklin?' Field a: '1 M t ? lint..,-, Field Mr. an?l Mrs ii?-.i y <i. Klm*bsll returned t?. Bronxvllle. Mrs. William M Color, of New York. ar.l Mlsi Ruth l. Mlltar, of Engine.1, N. J . arrived nt Hi-aton Hal! Mr. and Mrs Vt B. Aumorft and Mr and Mrs James C ?. .1 ..f Philadelphia, arc at the Red l?i'?n Inn. The Misses Arry M and! ?Edith M Knhl saat Kam an auction hr'.dc- part-, at -ri?-ad Villa. In BtO**kS>ri?lgS tonight AT NEWPOHT. Telegrapa te t??- Tnhun?? i Newport Oet ?? .Mr and Mrs Jsmei Oriswold Wents hove d?a ?!?' to th.-lr h?-tisf.n her?? the end of the month, when they return to New! York for th. wint,r. Mies Fanny U Foster was a Inn- ?> hostess to-day. Mrs. William Woodward ru,?l fsmil) 1? ft for NOW York to-day Mrs. ??eon-'e B. dS forest than retumsl t.i Boston, where hf,r atsteQ Mrs Wl i Ism Appleton, is ill Mr. end Mrs I'. Livingston Beeckman give a. luncheon on Sunday for BsnStOr I..- Karon < '<? t Mr ami Mrs Aiwwi Hall, jr., hav.n? < io.s'-d Bootbden, t,av.- retuiaad to Now Yoik It la reported here to-day Jhat Lloyd ph?*n:x is ?ronsldering bulldtfig a yacht to tSkS the plaCS of his auxiliary ya?-!.t Intrepid. o ? HIGGINS JW-tTYJN P0RT New Yorker and Guests on Tour Along Atlantic Coast. -1 lagr-tp*. :.. '.*ba Tn..'?n?v i tfaltltnorc, Oct. 9.?The palStlgl Btssm yacht Marynthea. undei i haartcr to Eugene Hifrpini-, of New York, who is mshlrg a pleasure tour ?severing several months, visiting porta alonn* the Atlantic ooast, reaessd Bsltlmore this eite****?oon **ith Mr. HiK?ins and ?several guests They sailed ten ?la--s age from N~ York. On the way down a *t??*p was sssds at Dslssrsrs Breakwster, and iat?-r th?- JTSehl pSSSSd In Virginia ?apes., Sev? eral daya wer?? spent elKhtsrel-if* at gpttrsSS Mom??.- and Annapolis. Tho risltora t: is stktsraooa mad?- .? slghtssslng tour of ih* city In an tautonioMlo ano accepted an Invitation to th?- Ralttiiore Y a.? ht ClUb. ? SINGER AIDS CLEVELAND FUND. [From The Tniun? iSeeTeepasMlaa' ) Caidweii,N. j.. Oet i.-Mm?. Bohussann? Helnk, w!if? USOS In Urandview ave-,u.-. in North Caldsrell, ui.i? d the Qlsvsasad Home Memorial Association ajrain 1<> ntcht. wh> n she frav. a recital t.. fore, a Ian--.- sudleaos m the First Presbytertsn Chinch for the benefit Of the 0*,tM -??,. .low m?nt fund of th*- association. BM? wai?! J MiNamara, the Pateraon poliere? man who was "OiOCOVered" by Mme Sei v mann?Helnk rec<rntly, sang for the inn Ihn? at a public re?iiai with hla patronea?*, PLAN CLEVELAND UNIVERSITY. i !<?. Telesral i? le The Trlbna? .1 ?'lev. Ian.I. < ?' t I'--The t?rst move hilf-'? been made t?. comMns the athletk ?l.-part m??nts of W.-stern RessrSe I nlverslty and ??a.-.- ?School ?>f Applied sehn,,?. This Is believed t.? be a prehmtnary atep t.? the m? rpi r of hot h Institutions under the of th- rr.iv.rsity of Cleveland POIRET TO LECTURE MONDAY. Pnul Petrel still k?vp s w-. tm?- on snnb* eux apparel and de?-?.iative art in gen? end under the auspu <-s of the Museum of Fr? n? h Art at CamegtS Lyceum Mon? day, at IJl p. tn Tickets are on sal- at the OSSOtS "?* the SSUgSUM Th. proBt is to le turned over to tht- Fnnch Hospital WED TO BRITISH OFFICER Miss Anna D. Jones, of Yonkers, Married in Poughkeepsie. I IBy Telegraph to The rat I Poufhkeepsle, x. v. Ocl I The wed? ! dinB Ot M . rilth ?f Mr and Mrs CS? II W 11 .1 ? - ? ? V'.nk.rs. x y . t., Qsptaln n K Hoeklns? ? ?Maater, of th? Que? - ? itrit Arrei ? took p?a? ?? at 1 k ta? in Chrfsl ' Ibur* h h? r< TI ? RU i A. I C, Cummins onV ; ?t?*d. ti.. ?,.-,. ?? M is Marlon Ki t? ham as maid of 1 nd th-*' brldesm tide Im anesse Qlucks? mann, "f n?w y..ik. Mise Ethel Marriott J. n< a of Ph le lei] i -. of the ? brida and Miss H? I? ;..i i. ii? l? : . Allen, of 1 Li? ut* nant J. A. 1 ' ?of i the Que? ? man. 1 h nahen wen B las Lane, D M ft ..nd Mortoi Aft? i the church ? r-'i"n was held at th< horn? of Mi snd Mr? D Orosl nt of th? ,.t po ... Iik? ?. :- Oi Batordaj ' ai't 111, H'.-r .... ?tul lor Euro] ? SCHLEY'S NIECE WEDS Sequel to Chance Meeting with Farmer at Niagara Falls. im ne. i Oct. I Misa Mabel Isa* Rear Ad? miral w. B. Bchlc -? ? man led here , thli afternoon to Henry ? n * a. slthy young farmer, of I -, ? i The wedding was tl ? eequi I toad acquaintance .-it v' three . u - ago Bo i t w< re hli ? treaties that Ml i Bchley, well advanced as a \ 0 allst d< BSat her lot ?.? .r. I Mr. Bracken, and answered hie call to ? . oree t?> Basten. GENERAL'S DAUGHTER TO WED ; Miss Sadie Murray Engaged to Lieu? tenant Henry Conger Pratt. ' Washington, Oct '?>?? Major Qeneral and M.. Arthui Murra) announced to-day the engagement oi thelt daughter, <M1m s-idie Murray, to Lieutenant Henry Con* *er Pratt, U. B? a We announcement rat made at a luncheon given by Qem ral and Mrs. Murray at Foti Mason, las I ri.-.i i.-co. Miss Murray was one of the popular ?Irin in army cirdee In Washington while ht-r fnth^r was stationed hare ?is ?hief ol artillery, Her sister, Mrs Pius? ton Ord, is a n Idenl ut the national -.pttal. SEEK $100,000 FOR PRINCETON Committee After Funds for Chair in Engineering Chemistry. Princeton, N. J. Oot * The Federation of l-rlnceton Clubs ol Ksw Jersey bOA completed plans which are eapeeted to result in the foundation oi s tMMt ehe? la engineering ehenHstry lor Prlneeto? University. , A .-ommittee of twenty-Ms has been I drawn from the Jersey alumni, and th" tint ??n of the campaign will be Bred this week. Th.? committee ii? divided into | two ?sections, mm section tor a canease ol ths Prlnoston alumni in New jersey and the other for ? canvass of the manu? tacturers of that state __?-? TAFT AS PEACE LECTURER. A lecture by WtUtSm Howard Taft on ?Tat Monroe I ?o? trine if MM "f the foot urm that the New York PeaM BodOty ? offers in Its prsgrnmme for thi? tail. Dr HamJlten ?fright Mabte will .lecture on ? ? ?,.,, ?? in ths Fot Bast " Readings will he Kiven t?y Alfred Hodgdon Brown and Rann Kennedy and Kdith Wynne Matthlson_ CLA8S ELECTION AT UNION. ! lehonectady. N ? ? '" ? '?' ''"-i'1' H 1 Soler of N??w York City, was elected to? ? dB. iecreUn snd treasurer of th.? class ?of-M of Union College The other ofleers I elected were: ?President, C P. Donner; ' vice-president. Glenn Mer? sr. snd man Lger ?u football, Nal Pinch. - tLABORI FOR HARVARD STAFF. I (... T-i. traps ft ''t ?? MMum i Cambridge, Mass , Oct I P rnand Lar Kri, the i'aria lawyer who defended Dpeyfus, saM si H.I1V..1.1 University to . ,',- that he WSS IB favor of an BSChOBgS 'of law professorships hetneeti Harvard "_i ,-,,'- Prcnch Institutions 'Opens Its Second Season with Quintuple Bill. ?BLACK MASK'WORTH WHILE Two Playlets from Paris and Two American Comedies of Poor Quality. After a false Start, Holhrook Rllnn and the rrlncrMS Players opened their ser?n?. ?ea?on at the *Prla**SSI Theatre laat nl?ht with five playlets, of which only one, 'The Black Mask." a traeedv of Northern ! tsnglsnd, by F T?snn**soa Jesse end H m. ' Hnrwood. ?all? lor serious consideration. it la a genuine "thriller," but it Is aiao I an **s**ep*donslly sble Ml of drsmstle eon? I structlot* and writing. The horror <u it tiga to the geld of legitimste drams, j not to that of aenaatiOS at an?, cost That it Is morbid, a grearsomS nu-htmaro likely I to haunt the msmory of sensltivs souls, doe-- not sit?*** thi- fact. A miner In tii? i Kngllsh co,-,| country hai< return.-il home I from the 'hoeptt ?i aft?r an accident, dis? I Mi;? i red to BUCh an extent that his fa. e Is \ no longer human He must wear a I.lack maah for the rest <>f his days That oml? I nous cloth, with Ita one eyehole, has begun to ?-res upon the imaRinatioii, the nerves of his wlfr. Sh>- doea not kn.'W what It hides she dr-its the myster) snd ?tv? cannot bear the thought >.f li\ln?i* with It go ha turns for consolation. SffectiOH and ..m sri to h.-r husband's eoualn, who re? i seml.les him in figure and voice. At night, ?in th? <Jiini\' lighted cottage, the man ?with the ma k surprises th?- two, a:.?I the lover kills him. M they tl.lnk. The i murderer is unnerved by fear, utterly crushed, but She woman rlsef to the o? - | casl.m They niuat thnw the body into an abandoned shaft, and, until they can leave the country, her lover must Impar? SOBStS hl? victim t>v wearing a mask I t>he ?foe? t-> her room to fetch one. In her absente the In.?Land, who ha? only been stunne-l. revives, and kills his rival. srhess face ge cerera with the mask his I wlf.- throws Int" the dark room. She ] knows ii'.thinir of what han happened I .Not until atter they have returned from the ?haft and her companion i. .it?, off ' ! || cask goes BhS learn the truth This harroaini ella '?? takes place otr stags li : the final proof of the SUthorS* In t stln? i to the thestra The ptaj , |) acted by Kn..-he i'oii!,i and Hotbrook I I'llnn, who plan's th>- pana of ?both hue? t.and ,?<nd lover Aa foi the real of the r rogra mm lice." from the Prench ?f Hernals i> I cerra, is a "drsssa" of the Latin w. lita ineptltu.e and futtllt) SIS ?-..!-?li. \ Pair of White ?ilo\. is ,!. i : ei h ''?'..? . < (lent : sl ? ?r? god s he i .s , revolution?r!*i until Rua come m.?ate r..r him i- entertaining t " pl-t In a privat? ? room in s London setal The g\i\ pites him ?with .?i gih until be is t.. :i?i? -- ? . rev?ala herself sa the wife of ..r, of . , victim snd strsngles Mm with bei srhlti . his far from erigtnsl piay? tndrd se i oede ind Pierre ? ?? i errltt? n i it the ? art ?.- th? ?? ImmeasursMj t?? snd RTWetts w?i 1 sbss preeenl theatrical ? ? | ? en? grasp. Ti.?- r..i?. ..f the Russian sriato? i ?t Is Mied wiin great dl*rttaetioo ?t. i -, kit. Hln.n I There remala ism Assesteaa pts* ? ? I Huribst, is laid In Fr.a.n?e. t. ??? rung of h ? Isst eeatuf srici I'Aj? 1 hiai- has be. n ,i brtds f?.r a m-mth Her I I husband I* going SSfS* ??-r thr. ? . .ihres for? i mar k*v?***i of hera, on?- t?.r aa? h d?^ .thr??-. however, ?all ap,.?-ar en the Mr-1 i evening.' arid are Md?Jen < n?- from the ? i ? ; lbs bed and in a DOS COUCh, and th.? last onS In a ClSthSS ClOQSt, I h? r husband i idd? ni - r? turns He ...\?rs the three rtettorn "Burgls [ shouts hli w it.. and "Pollos!" ~i I ? ? i ? arri\ ? tad pr? pare to t ike Ike h u - 'asraj s.ar.h them aaya ihs lady, I thUS reCUriOg th? pies.!:!. t|\ i-.il brought, bUl had il>t yet Kl\.n h. r. This i u as '-.i .r^at-.1 rerstoe Ml - Pol?n! I [Is utterly mlaessl In this "origins! ?rom? ? ?i? . ' in "En Deshabille.' h] Ed* l ?,.Inssn, .? genttoman goes t" bed tn ?i Irj ?house Bob ; a isdy, s h i ii b il ? mildli surprised sl finding him ?. An? r Rfteen minutes or near clever asina atoi ) dl dogue ahe dli thsl be i? her husband, nom tvbom sha has i.?..? j aeparated for sosse lima He has grown , i.- irr\. and ans concludes thai she .ike? him better thin A mutual friend?a wom? an has Invented this delicate say of bringing iltrsm togoth? i egaln This- disheartening, wearisome **t iff Is ?apparently the boni that csn bs found ?f its own peculiar ^ ? >rt Th.-re is n?> ,.rt in :t. I... wit. no entertslnment; no novelty wh.-re novelt) is th?- very thin* promise. Tn. gresrsome "Blsch Mask" is th- nnly play on th.- pr**?grsmine that is rorth while. SOTHERN-MARLOWE "Macbeth" Presented at the Manhattan Opera House. i-;. h Bothern ?snd luha Msrlosre pre. sent.-d "Mscbeth" Sl IBS Manhattan opera House last nlfc*ht. for the llrst time during their prssent asvgsgeinent at that theatre in BhsksepeSriSS repertory. Mr Soth'rn gave a apl? ndld p. norm? an ce as Ma beta and his Anlabed por trayal .?r the unhappy Hcnt was m p-.-laliv warmly reosived by the laiTe sudieacs u?t night. Mtss Marlowe piay<-?i Lad) MscBeth with lu r usual spirt! and command, and Prederlch Lewis ?ave an excellent per? toi mari.?- aa Ma. .luff Th<- productlos it elf ?ms admirably ?tsged an.i ths lighting effects assuaged with I ciiini. ndable taste that ehSTSC tsrlaes SSCh Of the present aeries of re? vivals presented bv Mr Sothern r \ST OK "MAi'HKTlt " IDUSCSS . William Htirls . I", .ii .un. . I' J Kellj | Malt-elm.' Sayre Crawl*? i Macbeth .Mr Sotttera Hun,HO . Si.lii.-v M.nli.r Mfl.'.lufT . Kr.-.l. >|. k I..?!, laennox .*AIIIUm Amiiis u,,.? . i-'rk tarier M,in.-iiti . , Arthur \..ri"n Ar.Riis . Walter PonnAll) .Mile Dleannr Krall- k Blward. ''?*''' Koberti teytem .'","1 ? ' '',:rl' ? ?| v ., i "la r oncers Hairy Kabon anrt Mauri e Kobin .n A r?.. L.r . I'ranu Bertrand \ ,..a-.,n? . Frank Hfrt!.ii!,l ?, i-,.rier. Thainaa LeMtOn v M, ?nf*i ? , ? -"lases Devereui M'ir.i. r?-rs William A?tan?s anl J.isej.l, I^r.r.1 aentlewonian ttUm Helen sina-.r Lad) Macbeth . '"V,. *?,*/'""r Kir?! \\ It? h '?' "r*''' " ^ ll""n ??-..-?na. ?Wlteh tilaa Mlill'.n? M'-t.au-flillti Third *?Ut?-h.tUt* Dlaabelh Valentin. k-_arttteaa . Nn" )""'*r'nr Knii.-k Apparni ( M1_ lMlM u,,, ,llt Your duty?to regiater. Make your plan? ao aa to get your nime on the books to-day. They are open between 7 a. m* and 10 P- tn. ,_ mf-*********************-*****?****?*SB-aMW?^? ??!?_? ? I FORBES-ROBERTSON AND GERTRUDE ELLIOTT- IN "THE LIGHT THAT FAlCED." ? *Tlir I inilTTM?T riiirnn Forbes-Robertson and Gertrude Elliott at the Shubert. Oeorge Plemlng*s dramatisai n of Klp llag*a "The Light That Palled" was re? vived Uat nipht ir POrbee Hobertson al the Bhuberl Theatre, where it will be r. - i"*.'?t"i ' ? and to?morrou ? ? Blocs the first prseentatlon of this in -tar? version of the Bton many 1 Klpllni , ? . through :? partial ecllpae, l i . een i yt m at d ws hges become sccusi ? ? , . kei h. Mon "n our stage Btill The [J^ht ' '. ad ? ? I I .- ?"! two nd se varal i .?. possibilities, If th? ?? them succeed In awakening n ?-..-'t vogue. Porbeo-1 i Dich Hei ' re? mains ths virtuoso pan h. ; ? . ? ? Its mai : in ?me k? . I heno a telling ?f th.- blind mai ?-.-??? i I ? |. -.-.Idler? ith I a ' \: lllng Of ? f-d, a?. Is the kit; of tin? boob (Ktrtruds KUlott plays her with m ?Mali. - .it s ? ,ik? ns the 1. Uon of hi r inii-.r, but M Ith ill - m the . ; j .,?, tod Hatred l lb 1 ol Adi line 1 : ? ; the ..:.? mom? nt when ? ?; break doe n -i o ?ion i<- Btl< nt; it .?"? 1 awaksn ; 1 h?- Story < ?. doei v.- v Icott-Oatt} a Cassavetti. bal -i r> 1 1 Rhod? 1 Is rath? Mitt Maude Buchanan, h?. Bessie Hr.?k.. la falrlj good, ..n?i Naanle (IrifAn n? ? Mi n ? 1 ? itisiog and tii??: - oughlj m ? in? 1... t.-i Th? ensamble act Ing ol tr> ?m correspondents m ?air,.,, m ths Soudan lb the prologue snd at the dinner party In thslr London lodgings In anim?t? o CASI "!' ' ! Hg U'.HT TH \ ' ? ? I ?:? a M? , .- .1 fot bes-H ? a il rendo? r. o v b' ? ? - ? ...,.,. ??! A,. . - \i ? Montague I . t.,11 ?? Vlrkei - A ? ?Ookrutn ?i H Deenee . BU y Ct, il ^ In. ?m . Welt? riiH Rayi ??< .......... Roben ? ? 1 ? . r t 1 ? ? ? ? ?? I Mi?n .i;.-.?rir. H ?yer, Dertrud* ? ?? h, .M-?" 1 n 1 iiMtrr 1 ??ir: Adeline Fdourne Mr*- Hi.vi- N'Sni \ Mi ? . I . - " ?i?- . m??-? hext ? 1 "THE STRANGE WOMAN" PLAYED. ?H? : 1 -m to The THI sot 1 Atlantic ' Ity, *> I ?. i**: i** ft Bl presented Ki .. Perguson In Th. Strange Woman," a new- tomedy, by William Hui ii-it. .'it the Apollo Th? an.? ? . I Th?. play Is m thr.e acta and has for Its theme the life of an "advanced" woman in B llttl" Middle Western town B? lldeS ,; Perguson, ths east in.-is.ie D M sldron, Alphons Ethler, H ? man. <?tto p Hoffman, Oeorgis Drew Menduae, Mra PsMs Morris. Sarah M< Vlcker, Hm a von Leer, Annie Buckley. l.ois Prances Clarh and Kranr-es White? bous? After engagements In naitim^re Washington and Boston the ploy will be DrfJBCSitSd in New York 'DOLLARS AND SENSE" OPENS. [iu TelegrSpB to The TributM 1 ?prtngfleld, Mass., <>'-t 1.?"Dollars ,i,,i Sense." B new piar, by Porter Km?r* Ron ltrowne ?van ?roduerd by Cohan ?* Harris at ths Court Square Theatre h?-t" to-night, with Douglss Fairbanks in the principal part. The play Tells the ?tory of ths efforts of a young heir, who outwits ., band of promoters in the tiei.i of ?tn.-k Bpw illation BOOtdeO Mr Fairbanks, the casi Includes Bdward GHUespie, Charles 1-'. Vernon. Vrrhle Hovd. Krank M-ibroe. ?-.iibert Leslie, Qeorga t Barker, Will? iam ICeOUgh, Albeit Sa'kett. Je>hn rum bartend, Ben Grabase, Qardlner ?'ran.*, Alfred Qllmere, Master Edward Qulnn. Mrs. Stuart Robaon, Patrhla CDlllnge, Cedtts Clay, Oracs Ooodall, Pauline Duf? tieiii and Ant.'.' Hedge* BARRIE SKIT IN "DOLL GIRL." ! a new skit by ) M. Barrio, 'The ceneer j and the DrarestiOtB," m Which Sir .lames ' has a Mai si ploy esnssra win be intr?? ' ?lii-.d TUSBdS) Bight Into 'The Doll Olli," th.- musical COreedj al the ?,'lnhe Theatre, ander ths management of 'bar?es i-r..li? man. HI? hard ?'arle. Mattle Williams, Will West and 1'bar?es M.'Naurhton. members of The DoU ? Jlrl ' east, will have parts In the skit. Which, it Is un aouneed, pointa the moral that uni? <?b ?treperouMv moraJ people are ?ompletely nnmorai. SCOTLAND'S HOLY ISLE Vandal Restoration of lona's Cathedral Ruins. (CkonigM, mi, by the fceataoed Oeaepaay.) VlMtora to the H red [sis of iona poo SSSSI d of I of art or of lev. r toi tl ? historic peat ?rill be ?pro four ; ... d i,\ the trandaltstic .?? tOraUon of th- Klorioiis old ruins ,,f ths ? ? Irai of 1 ,if chrts ?' I ? and. It has not onl) ? : .t also lifted up with v 'i IhlC hra-swnrk. woodwork and Other tww.iry furnishings from the h furniture emporiums, Snd which I off??:-?: ?? . not only by their BggrOB? siv? .dern Philistinism, but also by r?'.sm. ould bay-- desired to u?e the i ..???. of a hat was Gael counterpart af Bngiand's Canter? ' burj ...-i w. atmlnster v is ci ..- B il it ?.asses the I imagination how- the> could have bad bo at] as to convert it into what looka like a brun.i new r bytertan i hur? h utterly oui of pisos , ani?n?,' it" wonderful environment When the late,Lord Leven and Melville s..0 "? foi the r< etoratlon ol Ho r? . Chapel, at Edinburgh, ?with the Ideal ? i tl -? d once more ai the i of the indent Order of the Thistle, Ed? j . ward vu and his ch tad i declined I ? ? ? tot . on ths ground that | any attempt at restoration would Impair the pi tin eeque beaut} ol th? ?**.,. ? l ti.at to repair them w< tltut? an a t of unp ?i don ible i si lam. The . ? i attitude In the i t. r met with universal approval, both at I bom. I abroad That th.- : line of the ' 'athsdral ? ( which mean ao Infinitely more lo . ? ?. > son ,,f s- otland th in Hoi el, ahould have thus been perm -.!::?? th* pr< ? of the Inartlai * ?torcr, is limply lnconcel\ it Is onl) fair t.. ?tate thai the present Duke "f Argyll la In no sense of the woi i thie i Ime agalnsl an . olog} it \- sect tins, since lona, until a few . to th? i ' tea ..f Arc?. :: Th? however, greatl) t.. I itlon i of lus family, made over all I aatli il rei ill ? on t'r a Island of lona I i it!.- ti ust? es el thi Pr< ib) ter Is n Ch ? of Scotland, "t which hs was .? ahtnUuj light, his niain object being to prevent them from fal Ing into the hands ??f either ? ? Church .?f England or of the Church I . t Ro mai!' ?ris.?: DE PONTBWO? TOOTINgIaRS PAD?REWSKI i Busy Foghorn Racks His Nerves on Ninth Trip Here. Ignace -inn Paderewald, the r. i lanl it whs m ide his Srst trip to this Country In MM, arrived here ?esterda.? from ?Bremen "ti the Kaiser wiih?.im d< r Ornes? on his ninth visit t?*? these sh Although h? win re.-.ive about RM.QM for III plaj Ini ? ild he woul ' not have ? tiled had he known of th? great smoui I ol fos thai laj in erall fnr the Kal I Th.? vessel was sixteen bo'irs late let? ting out of '?''' men, and for four day? . ran Into greet foi pat-be. on th?? At lantlc Captain Rehm kept the fos-l ?rhlstle working overtime, and it did not 11. ..s.. Paderewski. The tawny hatred | pianist, always sood natured, was on, r ?? through lach of sleep and disturb. I n He was worrl-d. too. be? ruse he was ! fort?--' i?:ht hours late v\lth his pra ' aiui ..n leaving the pier drove at enes to| his hotel, When I piano was read? f.t ?um n,. eriii celebrate his Rfty?thtrdj Mrthdaj la tins eountry ia November. WHAT ?S fcoiNG ON TO-DAY. groa adaalaatos te the Americas Messern n' ibtery, Mew Tork Kooiogical i . tad Van Certlandt i'*?r?> Hesaaaa ladresa by Jehs P Mltebel ea "Civle itisht . .,,-? ?? ili. m.-ting of the Km s i-ni. ..f \n Uoule' I'nlveraaillit <:hurrh. ball 0* chui b, Oeeaa ?nil ui'inas avenosa Brookl a ? ?' ?-?"t* . .h.? of th. Hoai.i of Bdueatlen, ,, 13 p n Manhattan -Da Witt ?iiiu..n I ills-li s, hf.nl I'.'..". ?.??? t .?rid Tin inthraclt? Coal, ' i>r rraah .r mii Vtadl? \*\i High Sein.ol. Hit!, it . ?? i/entb -.?-"t."?*- "Conetantlnopl ' D Alfr?-J D b Has Un Pubitc ?t Bool 14. s,,' .'j.. i-:.?->t ?ftb itreet, 'Shalt Hi- Ttmea " Hirrtnrd A, Por-lj ; , ftOOl IT, 4-.1 sir..-?, v ri?t f.f Eighth, "Corn," It <!>-.?i -?? Dooalrii in Bchool 38, Dominica and Clerk? ,,...,.. -Tb? Philippin? i-1 ta i?.' m ni ? w MURS*' PsWIe Bchool .'.'". Broa.in?.. In.?,.,..! Insert t.lf?*'' Herbert y \:l. School rlO. MStli mr<?.*l, tOOt of I'lrst E ifllBh Balladi " Mlai Or? i !????. inc. Publie BchO?! BO, 117th atrvet, ?vest ,,t ?- \ en?t? avenu??, "i.ife in Armenia." Frederick I> Oreeae; PuMI? School PS. Avenu? A and gaai I2d ?tree?, .-Th. Hum.oi Body." fn h*re.)en. k Kno?lei ?Publie School 132, is.'d Mreel and ?SVadeworth avenue, "HereOits and ii? profeeeor .*>..inii..| C Bchmueker; publie Bchool ISO, Suffolk enu R?.vtn?-?on ?it r?.-et S. "Til. Evolution of the 1 Uva." Ojoote? Is, yea? 1er. Your duty?to regiater. Make your plans so as to get your name on the books to-day. They ara open between 7 a. m. and 10 p. m. SPANISH CARDINAL DIES Archbishop of Toledo, Gregory Aguirre y Garcia. Tol.-l... gi .,:, ,,, , | .,-.,,,,.:lil, Grej<ftry Maria AgMiTe y Oarc|a> Ar-hhUhop of Toledo ami Primat* of Spain, died to? day. He ??me horn at Fola dl ?iordon. March IX, is.;;,, ;,?,i wma rr?a.,?. (.?..,,lrial by Tope rioa April || mn Th? death of the PrMSSte Of IpeJn r?s dnees th.- memberehli of the College of Cardinals to H Mince the beginning of th* present yssi tare other csrdlnals have rt'.d. Pl.-tro ReSBSghl, ?'ard!i:?l Virar of ROOM, on Manli _. and Joel \ ives v TatS on faei-ternher 7 -e _ WILLIAM J. DEAN. William I Dean, Kener.,1 ?stage director for DavM Helas?.??, did at Kew- Oanlene, ?-?on*? island, eariv yesterdsy morning, Mr. D*!sn was Davtd Brrissco'i right hand In the ?llrectlon of his StSgS d*| artment for the lasi ten years He had a poal ?lua In handling the people and d*tSHa of the stage, and he was. if nos albl*, ever, more beloved by the members Of his working crews than by a?iy others with whom h?- was SSStUSSlsd Mr. Belasco feels his personal loss deeply. an", yesterday all rehearsals were dia mhsssd in his honor Mr. Dean was for a lontr time stage msssger Sf various stock companies, notai ly trios-- In Toledo and Rochester. Later he came to Proctor's Fifth Avenue Th.-atr?. in this dty. nnd It was trier.? that Mr Belasco discovered him ten years ego He was a member of the l.amhs and th? Players. The funeral will take place from his bom? t.,-day He leaves a wife and a mother, the latter livlnt* at Athens. Ohio, where the body will 1 * take:, for burial. THOMAS HOWELL. Thomas H"w<-ll. son of Vi, .-, h.incellor ?lames f. Howell. of New Jersey, -lied at the home of his father. Xo. Ltv? Riverside avenue, Newark, yesterday afternoon from diabetes. He was stricken early on Monday morning at his home, in Montreal. Accompanied by his wife, he was hurried here and then rem??ved to his father'a home. GENERAL FREDERICK M. SACKETT Provlrienre, o? t. !??Frederick M Sackett, for nearly a quarter of a century odj'itant peneral of the Rhode island militia, died to-day. He was seventy-three years old. While a senior la Brows I ntvetstty h?* vent to the front and fought throagts most of the ?Ivll War. In later years ha became presstasat a? a poetisa manu? facturer. MRS. HARRIET G. BUCK. IEy r?lagrepa U- Th? Tr:!':ne | H.irtf<n?l, Conn., O. t. h?Mrs. Harriet ?"ros- enor ISuniti'n Bo? k, widow of the Rey. Horace Hall Buck, a well known mis? sionary In Idaho. Washington and other Western stat.s year* ac?, died to-day at Armsiassr, the boms endowed by the iat? Mrs. Elisabeth Colt She was l>orn In Qetvisston, Tes She wa-s the laughter of Dr. flaorgo gumner, and w.ns a school toecher in Rens arhen she was married. gb* leav?8 four children?Orosvenor Muck, ot Kssas* City; 0?M rue g Puck, of Ken?; MUlian* W. Buck, of Hartford, and Doro? thy F. Buck HENRY ZOLLER. Kort riatn. N. V %Oct. 1 - Henry Roller. who made a fortune In cattle raisin?- and mining tn Montana, died here to-day at the *g? of fvehty-slx vears. He belonged to one of the olde-u families In the Mo hswk Valley, going West when a youns man and returning here many yo-trs a??> ini living in r<-ttrement ? ALTMAN PALLBEARERS CHOSEN. The funeral of Benjamin Altman ?Mil >/e held at I'M o'clock this morning at the Temple Kmanu-Kl. Fifth avenue and Ud tint t Th? pallbearers ?rill be Will? iam Churchill Oastier, Or. Bernard Sachs, ?3-Borg* R Bead, John L Csdwalsdsr, K.iwin Jaases Itslnsr, Willie? H. Torter. UiltOB M Kkln. Janus H. Thompson. .Mired P. Boehm, Prank I.. N'iifent. r.us \ Hammer and Th?M>dOr* V Hobby. ? - ? MEMORIAL TO FIRST MAYOR. The Willett memorial eomatittss of the ?rill dedicate October II the memorial to Thomas Willett. drs* Ma*.or Of the City of New York, whfch th* City Club has erected st ths iirtsl pis e of Mayor Willett snd his aif%ls Iks ossss tery st RiversMe, R ? DIED. Altman. Benjamin. Hi'-on. Joseph Crocker. Ali? sD Ba kett Frederic M. ! ??in, William J. Terr?. .1 < W Kvartr, Maxwell. Todd, Man K P. Geddea, Peter. Wells, Sarah C ArLTMAN "n Tuerdsy, i")ctober 7, Ben?a n in Altman, at hia residence. No. M ral aervicea will .-.? the Temple Emanu-Ki. Fifth ave and M st. on Friday morning, October VA at half-past nliu o'clock Interment prl?* rat. I- Is earnestly r? luested that no flov. ra lie ? R.i'KKR- < ?n Tueaday, '">< tobar 7, at her residence, ?o 69 Ea*( .1 st, Alicia O, widow of El en B. Crocker, In th? nth -..ir of h? r ?sg?. Funeiai servi?*? - st house, Friday. October IS, at I ??clock I papers p.? ase COP) DRAN William J . al ht- late resMeneSt Austin and Mewbol? ? Kew ?lar? dea?, i.on? island. ?October '.?. 1911 1er? v.. i ? at .; i? m . Friday, ? ?ctober 10, ?>rl vale. Burial st Ath? ns, ??hi... EVART8 "o Tussdsy, October T. IMS, at hi.- i si.!, ac? . at Wind ?i. Vt . In the Flat v.-a ot his age, Maxwell youngest .-on 01 the late William M. and H? lei. M Rvarta ?Funeral service* at t-'t Paul's Church. Wliidaor, Friday morolng, Or*? tober i??, at n o. i-?. \ DEDDEi ?On Wednesday. Octobers, ma. I',?t, r Osddcs, at h la residsnee, So. zzt Clinton 8Vo., Brooklvn l'uner.,1 private Ht'DfOW?On Wedneed i y, October I IMS, .i..-,ph Hudson, aged hi year* I months m "ni II days Funeral st his late i denes, N?> MO Nelson ave. peeksk'.li. v -i., on Bsturdsy, October U, at i >o p m. SAi'KKTT?Suddenly, in I'roviden? ??. R. I., on the Mh inst.. Frederic Moaely Bocke .ii. son of the late Adner and Ells* Williams Sackitt. In t!i. 71th year Of hi* ?age. Funeral tu rvtcee will be held at hi.? let,! i. m<i- it ... N" 177 George .-i . >?n tnnday, Oct?>ber it, at 3 a, m Kindly i Sowers ! RRTf?Wednesday evening, October S. 1*13, at her residence, Kiisi"?i.(ni. n*. j.. j .j-a ; >ii i ti.- Christina Wilder, widow <?f ti. late j. Wadsworth Terrr. M. i> ?i d daughter of the late s V .*? *A*lM#r I'uneral ?> im? es at h?r |at< resldenc* Friday sfternoon, Octc*ber Id, upon rival >?f t-'ri<- it ft. train lea-ring Jersey C?ty at rt:U o do, k Tiiin? On Tueeda) evening, October 7. Mary Ellen Parsons '!'>.id. daughter of th.- late ? lemenl s Parson* and widow ?f John To.id. Funeral tervices at Christ ?'hur.h Chapel, )-"*:anklln a\e., New Brighton, ?-?tat. n Is?nd, on Fri? day. October w, ?t uno a. m WELI'S?At r'uerhkc.-psic, \ y, *3etnber v Barsh Cornelia Wells. Funeral at tt ?Paul'sChurch. Poughkeepoie, N v., l'ri .l.i v, Octob? r IX at 4::'?? p m. CEMETKRIICS. THE WQtMMLAWa ?KMFTKItY. StSd SI By Harlem Train and by Troll?; Offre. ?JO Kakt 98?* St.. N. T. OtTTCES. MMN ?JKK1CE?No. l.*?4 Nassau atre?t. UPTOWN OFFICE -No. latil Broadway, or un?, ?.meric-ii Dietrlet "1 ?-l?--eiit|an OfTk-e HARI.F.M OFFICE?No. IB" East 123th ?treet No. 2?iat Weal USib atr??t in* >?, S1U Wo- *2otb ?u.-,?