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WILL ARMVE TO-DAY
She and Count, Coming from Europe, To Be Guests of Her Mother, Mrs. Vanderbilt. C. H. MACKAY ALSO DUE German Ambassador and Count - ess von Bernstorff and Miss Anne Morgan on Same Liner -M-lls-Lipp-nco.t TrVedding. Th? Tount anrl Countess T.aszlo henyl are due to arrive in N'ew York hoard the Imperator .ftflT a ....... ? thej win po te New? port to he the gueflti of th.- rounteflfl'l mother Mrs Vanderbilt ?t The Breakers Mrs VanderblH returned from Kurope a fortnlghl flgfl Othfln on beard the Im pirntor are riaren<-c H Mackay, the Oer* man Ambassador and CounteH VOn BflTn sturff. IflM Anne Morcan. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. VfllenUlM, Mr. and Mrs Fred erk de ZaMo and Mr and Mr*. John A. King Miss Eiizabetb gchuyler Mllla danghter ot Mn gchuyler Mllla, of Pelham Manor. y t wiii hfl BMrrled te Joaeph wharton Ul pimotr. son of Mr. and Mrs J. ram Uppmcott of Phlladelphia. this afternoon In Chrtfll Church, Pelham ? ? or The brlde aill ba attended bj her - itei Mlaa Bwanor Mllla, ?? nudd al .. and the hrtdflflmaidfl will Bfl Mrs Holland JflWfltt, Mlflfl AflflM <'o.-kle. Miss Thelma Vmlett and Miss Marianna KiP plneett Manj gumti from thta city and , , | . trin wHneM Um ceremony. | which wlll be faOowed hy a reccption at| thi bome of the bride's mother. The marriace flf Miss l.uria Adele rtarry. rlauchter bv a former marriace of Mrs ilouverneur Morris Carnoehan, fld this erty, ta John R. Tborndlke, of Daa* ton, WUl tak.- pla.ee this afternoon in Oraefl Church A receptlon arffl follow- at ?he Wta-Carltoo. The last of two eveningi "f muflli and; dancing arlll hfl gtvfla lo-nlght in tbe Town Hall at [rvington, N V Gnc-g' lei Ofltfl" wiii be produced by tho, orsi opera Company, and afterward rhe^e arlll be supper. followed by gener-il i ;? -? ommittee In charge of thej taiament toeludM Mrs Ddwln OouM, | Mrs .lohn D Rockefeller, Jr.. Mrfl J Al* let) Townsend. Mrs 3 Bverli Maey. Mrs. Hcward CarroB and Mra. Mehhior F. Beltahaover Dr. and Mn James W. Mark.-. Misf Annette Markee and Louis N. Wetmorfl 1 ave arrlved in town from Ondaora. their country place at Highland Falls. tt. T., and are at the Hott-1 Ootham. Mr and Mrs William OreeiM Roelkflf, pf Oreene 9arm, Kast Oreenarteh, R. ... arrlved at Um Hotel Gotham ytsti-rday ar.d w iu ]. mall over the wi ? h-i Mrs. Jamei BtUoU and her _on. I'erc.v PailOtt havi arrive,1 ln town from Brian llff Manor and are at the Hotel St. };, ..-is for the winter. Mn H B Hollins ar.d her daughter, Mflrion Hollins. hav,- returned to tpwn from ihe gouth and nre at the Blta* Carlton. Mn Boberl A gaada and Mtai Kath-I arine I Banda who returned from Burope I week, hav, opened their house, No. iai Mth itreei Mr. and Mrs 'J Loulfl Boissevain, who sr.ent th< summer at Murray Bay. Que-i flrtn bfl fll No M Paik avenue for; the wint'-r. nt Paui ri< Vallombreae ha_? Brrlved i n from the Weal and ll at the Blta* i ar.ton. Mr and Ml Rll lell Hopkin.* and thelr 1 orn ? month Ago, bave arrlved 'n the c ? ngtoi nd are al th* Hotel St. Bfl Mr and Mrs Loulfl Haight will ?.pend the wirtet at No. 117 Kast 61st street Mr and Mrs Henry A C. Taylor have arrlved in town from Newport and are at th*. Waldorf-. ? I foi I ibOTl stay. ?'!-:? Darta is m tha clty from Kearpon and h at thfl Hotel St Regis ? ter in Kgypt M:s Ifl r. lintOfl Ciav. who returned i fron. eaterday, bas foiaed her] ind, Judge John < linton Oray, at , Bogfi when they win UM vv later Joaeph PuHtaer wlll return to toari ? m White gulphur Spnng" W Va .Mr and Mn mflgtk Palmer. flf Marrtetown, N J.. wiii gtve a recep* ..r thfl Morris ('ounty Chih te hfltreduefl their daught'-r, H?-ien Campbell Palmei The d< nte wiii be ??lflt fld in reeetvtag by Mis* Bhaaheth MeVlekar, Miss Kdith - miss Charlattfl gtrong .<n-i Miss bn* mn in.. Mrs gtephen uYhltaey, who spent th?- summer nnd earlv fall at Ber -ville. N. J . saded tor Kurope yes OB loard the Olnctnnati Ridnev J I'olford. Jr., has arrlved in town from Newport and Is at the Hot'! St. K- . .verneur Kortnght wlll rerurn lfl New Vork on Sunday from White Sul phur Sprlngs, W. Va Mr and Mrs Krncsto O. Kabhrl wlll arrive ln the citv on Saturday from Bar Harbar, where they spent the summ'-r. Mr and Mr. .'haries Plflgfl Perln sailed for Burope yesterday on board the Cta* dnriati to apead the winter abroad AT NEWPORT. [By Tetaflrapfl t* Tbt Trtauai | Newport, Oct. tl.?-Mta, Vanderbilt gave a luncheon at The Breakcrs this after? noon Mrs. Ch-riflfl M. Oeirlchs la i-onaldering loing tfl gwttaarlaad thls winter. She will visit her sliter. Mrs. T. A. HgVg* meyer. The Newport Caslno wlll close for the ?flflflflg on Krlday. Mr. and Mrs. I_?onard M Thomas have flone to Philadelphia. Mr and Mrs Peter r> Martin wlll re? turn to New Vork thls week Mrs Burke Itcc.it: haa returned from New Yotk Ur Kim Court. where rhr wlll ftay foi several Week*I Mr B?d Mrs OeorRe 'Jordon King will return afl November 1. 'o Jh* r N< w Ymk home. Mr. nnd afra Arnoid Hagrue have eloaed tha ir hrrme here ari'l kfl f'" VWaflhlagtOO for tb, winter Mis Mnrnan. after a v sit with her sis Iter, Mrs Charlea H Baldwln, has returned Jo New Vork Narnu- 1 !' Barpei and Mlaa UarRer will ehise Bdns Vltta to*morro~ They return tr. ttgm tork f,.i th<- winter, Mrs Lorillard Bpencer, Jr., is in N'ew Tork WEDDING INVITATIOiMS OUT Several Hundred for Sayre Wilson Ceremony. 'rrom Tie Trll.iine I: itWBV 1 Waahlngton, Oct lt Invltatlona for Ihe wedding of Miss Jeeaifl WoodrOW Wii- I son and I'tawis B. Sh; re, which will tahfl pla'e nt thr- Whlte Houafl rti (alOVa?BDOl '. 2~>, have ln ? n recelved at the Whlte Hooaa Bad will ln senl out soon Judglng from tht numher, the eoveted itt/.e will rea'li aeveral hundred gt.rsts. but, ef couraa many of them will go to the rglattves 8l the Preetdenl and Mrs \\ _ nn and thos.' of the brldegroom*eli. t The Cabinet. Becretar) r.f the Treaaun if being rratulated upon the hirth of a grand' daughter, the ehlld <t htr. and Mra. Charlea Taber _artln, of rn scott ail>. I Mrs. Martin is the elder daughter of Mr ' M Adoo The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs j Lane h.-.ve gen* to Nea York to apend sa-v eral da) <* The Diplomat.c Corps. After arrlvtng la New Fort to-mcrrou morninu from Burope the J'.erman Am boaaador and Counteaa roa Hernstorfr ara expected t> v isi* then foi ?,, daj or ?" thelr son. Counl Uunther von nernstorff, and th,- relatlvefl of Counteaa vo.r Bern Btorfl, anrl COOM tfl WuhingtOn thr last of the week Mijot von Herwarth, Oermari military attache, has gone to th?- Virglnia Ho' Sprlnga to remain over Bunday, hut i x i e* ta to return in ?ime ttr meet thr- am haagadot The Mlni.Mer of Argentina anrl Mme Naon are entertalnlng i'r. Manuel E Hai* ?'ian, who waa formerlj Bral Becretary and frequently <\v.,rg(- d'aiYalrea ol th" Argentln* Leg ttirm, hut who haa Just t>ee , appolnted AiLrcntine Minister to Veneauela and Cotombla Mme Malbraa and her ? ?< an w ith him I>r. and Mrs Malbraa wen br-th well knowa _ Waah? lngton BOClety, Their Iittlr son. MgniMl i. Malbran, fr., wai born in thla i Itjr. The) Wlll be guests at the new Al*g< ? | Q* Legatlon for another week. Baroa Ewledlnek, rounoellor ar.d chargti d'alfairea of Aiialila llnagaii. I turned to Waahlngton fn-m New Xorfc, where b. wenl on Baturday. Baron>ai Zwledtnek and their two chiidren who landed m Nea v*>ik from thr *>orge Washington ? ?mpanied him io ih*- capital, and are at th* IMh Btreet, whlcb be baa leaaed (bi th ? season In Washington Society. .Miss I 'orothv Imr ? ,,r, Qatl vv....,: t*r of Medtcal Mirertor Jamea Duncan Qatewood, 1 S, N. and Mrs OatOWOOd, was married tius afternoon at th* home ?f hai parenta to Lieutenanl Earl North, ??. i:.'. Herbert Beotl Bmlth offlcUitlng. Tiu- avenl waa planned to tak* plaee lo-morrow ln Bl Margaret'i Church, an*i several hundred Invltatlona bad beea i.-suel, hut thr sU'lden and serlou- illn*-?s or Mrs Tlolieit rjHtewr.od, r,f Norfolk, Va., thfl crHnrlmother of the brlde hasten?-'I the marriage, and Dr Qatewood lefl Wash lagton thla aftarnoon, Immediatel; after r h- ?. romony, foi t- ? ol bia mother Mra. Richard n Towneend wlU ?<iurn to Waahtngtoa in November, and wlll open ? '.us* in Maeta* huaetti avenui thr- winter. Bhe apenl tbe aummer abre I Mrs Roben W, McNeel) wife of Lleu? tenant Coramander McNeely, U. B N., en? ed al lut" beon to-day foi Mrs .'harles rt Howrj and hei bouae guaal Mrs. Benham, of Florida Mr. and Mrs Sidnev Williams hf* e .*? tumed from Vork. M? , whera tn* i npent tbe Bummer. Lieutenanl J'oir.n*-: Qeorae r Ocmney, V B A who has been Ordered t' QO* ernor*! Irlend, after fiv,- yoan' dutv in Waahlngton, win leave here. aceompanlod ii> Mrs Downe] and theii family, on Priday, They will live in New York Clty. IN THE BERKSHIRES. .. Tolegragli lo Th* i rti ? I_Bioa Oei b\ Mr ar.<i Mn Henry i ParH'm.- and Mr. and Mrs .1 Oraham Paraona havei eloaed thelr Btoekbrldga cottage. and hav. rei rned to Nen Tork, Mrs .'harles Stuar' WllOOn, who BM beea paflng Jh*- Beaaon wltb her parenta. Mr. and Mrs Wllllam E Doana, ifl Btockbrldge, hai gone to Noa fort Bhfl will sail for England On Saturday Mrs .1 Fredcrtr k has aWIM tO NeU fort to rneel Mr. ami Mrs. Haydea C on theii return from Europfl Mr and Mr.-. Wllllam Adams, of LaW* renr- . Long laland, and Mr and Mt i.ouis s *;???? -aleaf, of Albany, ar< al Jhe Curtia Hotel. Mis Richard Auehmuty etooed thr n*,r mera to-da) flevelanrl Tlleelovv nnd MlM Bdltk itar.gs. arho hav.- been vtatting Mr. and aorga Wlathrop Foleoin. aavegone to Boateei MISS BATES A JUNE BRIDE Parents, Who Were Away Then, Set Nov. 15 for Reception. Mt and Mrs Charlea Auattn Balaa, of No. lor Rlveretda Drlva hava sent oul ln v itatlons for ? wedding re> eptlon on No vember II for thelr onljl daughter. M?M Bargarel laitaa. and riedortck Arthur Ooddard son ef Mr. aad m.s Frank <io.i dard, Of this dty. Tha marriage J""k paaea on June M ifi Jhe Church of th inHinablna bt Kast illtb atreei The engagemerrt wns announced early in June, an*i thr wedding araa to tak*' plaee thla month, but th- young Boupla declded Jo be matried r,n the dav that Mr -md Mra TJiites lefl fOT thelr * amp In ihe lillionilaikB There waa no oirjiosi tloa to the marriac*. After Ihe wedrllng r*r. rt ton Mr. and Mts Qoddard will mak thelr home at No III Rlvernide DrtVfl WILSON 3ACK IN CAPITAL washington. < ?* t ML- Preeident Wilaon returned to the capital at 18:88 o'elocb !'? niKht from Mohlle and went immrdutely to the Whlte Houae. The I'rexident had nothing to aa.v about Mex.ro APPOINTED TO SAN DOMINGO. Washington. O.t _, I 'harles M Al hr.M-ht. former vl<e-<onsiil and deputy OOM-1 general at Hariplona an*l lat, lv- on dutv ut th>- siaie Department, has been M,"i>oiiit* d coniaular iiK*"nt iti the *'it> of Santo Iifiinlngo and will sail for his post on Saturdav. The .State laepai-m. nt's ir.test ndvicea are that eomplete tr,-, , i litv has been r?sto:ed ln tht Dominican rvpublli ***_____% I"I1X ITIIUP EULL OLD FAMILY SCIONS WED Major Kill and Miss Carroll Surprise Baltimore Society. ? [j -.. Ttl? TrlbBl BfllUman, r"'t ?? Thi marriage of II ? B mnne Howell Carroll, daughter of tb. Int-- J Hoarell 'airoii. to Major John I'hlllp Hill Unlted Btatei Dtfltrict Attor? ney. took place thli morning al Oraafl nnd Sr PfltflT*! Protestnnt Kpiseopal Church Mr- I'nrroll. the mother of tbe brlde; Mrs Tuck'-r ?'arroll. ? her grand* mother, ?nd Mn Ouy gtede, of Weat* .-. ? ' brldi 'i nunt. i en. the only attendente Mr. mn rame t<> tbe ehureh iwenty Uli bride witb his brother, Bancrofl Hill, ahe lerved beel man, and they ml ln the neaiij imptj church. Tbe bride || a llnefll des-c.-nda nt of ' i 'arrotlton, an.i is ie* late.i through hei motbei I I ? oldeet nnd most repreaentaUvi famlllea h l country. Major Hill la thi mn ol .'haries T Hill He is n d.s-en.laut of - Ebeneaer Banci I ?' a member of tin gocietj -?( the Clnctnnatl >ie li ;, membei of th. Maryland Club, of Ball re; the Meti York, and thi Metropolitan Club, of Waahlngton Tb.- almpllcit) of the weddlng wa to the recenl death of Mrs. Oraften Da* lany Uo. grandmol ir of Mrs Hill. The marriage ti thi cllmai of ? m* ? return oi M;.* Carroll and h.-r mother after a long realdence ln I ? ;? li wa* last May thfll theli flogflgnrmenl w_.s formaiiv announced end the nu looked forward to ln Jum Then nemeal and ?tarted r.t was broken <,ff. ? ind the datt oi tha n , bm _??? ., umph ti MEYER?THWEATT. .Miss LOUiM i'.it- I IW TbW1 ' t.i oi Alexaodw gtephem Thwcatl ft. ti?i Baalaea pa-*-. nger agent or the Bouthern Railway, '?as aavnied laet nlght in the Nottl fltnel mi Bra da to Oi m- i ? ? ..; Philadi ipi, , ; n lot.i Mai aay performed thi ceremony. Mrs gamoel J. a.1* ,1 -tron ??' bonoi ;.i,ii thi four brtdeemaidi wera Helm Thweatl and MIm ith Thweatt, llaten ol thi bride; Miss Lhm ???? Helm Martin and MIm Ottllii Btelnhllbei tban Meyer brotbi bridegroom,! w.is i.i it ii...? a receptlon followed In tbe bome ot thi bnd. I | No. Mfl "ib sti.-.-t. .\ir aad Mrs M-- . r will sa;l to-da | for i iuiopi STARK ?MAHONEY. ? paaaal . N J., Ocl M MIm garah Cur? ran Mahony, daughtei ot i W. Mahony, of thta dty, wai married thta .-. ? ing to Alfred W. Btark, ol No Bl BouU-var.l lo i bl Rll .lohn I > I lonovan, Of New Voik Cltj Tb.- . . r. m-'iiv look pia..- iii thi reetor] of Bl Nl Roman Cathollc Church, Waihlngton Plaee, aad wai fo lowed b ., receptlon at tb.- n.-w bou,.- ot thfl couple, thi Belnord Apartments, No tt Howi avenue TURNBULL?SPARHAWK- JONES. Parla, Oci M The weddlng took placi bera to-da-. of Mii ? baah .ioi,. and Bayard Turnbull. Mlaa Jone* is tha daughtei o1 Um lati Rev. J gpar* bawk*Jopei i Preabyterlan mlntater who, for a i imi. yean i'-.is |;,;.(,,i uf Cal* rarj Preebyteiian Chureh In Loeuet ?enei Phlladolphta Mi Turnbull is the ?on ot Mi and .Mrs Leurrenci Turnbull, ot Baltlmore Tbe brMi an.i bridegroom wiii pa.-- theli honeymoon la Burope, re* turnlnfl to America about Decembai l CAMPAIGN COMMENT. Tbe report thal Murphj li to raUra i laadei of Tammanj al Um and of the year has onl) MM ObJeetlonaMfl f.-uture Why the d.-tav | gj rai I ' 11. rald "Tammanj an.l Murphy" it's a hot combine, for Murphj itaada for lhm* many and Tammanv itandi f<>r anythlng from ragfl to rugfl, from bills lo bulllon. from ti.-sb tish te salt riiie kcrel that Murphy atanda foi -Phlladelphia Inqulrei "Murphy tO retire" Whenev.-r <-rokcr was hard preaaed ln a eampalga, his im pendi'iK r. tu. rnerit was regUlflrly an oouBoed.*?Beeton tu-raid. People ar. beglnnlnfl tf> underatand arhy Mr. Murphy thmks that Jodgl McCflll would ba tha beal Majror "f Naw YorU he has ever hu.l Phlladelphia LedgOT. Mitchel certalnly has McCall on Um run. lt is too late for thfl latter to withdraw, but it s.-ems that ?o f;,i as a polituai future in NflW Vork goeo, it might haVfl been weU if McCall bad told Murphy le ?hOOl when be .b-manded McCall should mak. tie- Tammanv run f,,r Mayor M. .'all last Iprtng eald he would not tak.- fl noinli.utioii for Mayor if ? pistol was al bis head PiiivuI. ie - News Judfce Mc all has OTgantafld an A nariias Club of bis own Krom thls dlstan.e tt appears sin^ular that tiiat man has been nilsimderstood I" flo many persons ? Booneater Heraid. GERARD TO SEE KAISER TO-DAY. Herlin. i>ct M - Jamea W (Jerard, the new Amerlcan Ambassador to ii.rm.ny, is to Bfl reci-iv. d bv Kmperor Wllliam to morrow, Whflfl he wlll present hls creden tials and lntroduce the Awretarl's and naval and milltary attach^s of the em baaay. I. HOFMANN'S RECITAL A Multitude Hears a Master Play. LISZT'S B MINOR SONATA The Greater Charm of Less Im posing Works. Mr. feaef Hattanna made Llaat'a aonata ? B mmo; the clltna terh- feature of the radtal whb b ba gave ta Ca ? ? - ? Hall yeeterda) afternaaon. it araa the eulmlna* tion o' lus BcMeven?.nta from the pianis iic point ol rlew, thougb probably far irom thal from .* purel) muatcaL lt Beenaa to <>e a d .tv arhleh aralBha more ,,r ,. mg oppieaalvel) apon every great -. i t oao t<* maeter Um techalcal dlB. cuJtlee "f tha aaAraordinary work it ifl certainli thai and -r- the cognoi-ontl bia laterpretetlon *>r Ita contonta Thut piows tabor done, it resta wlth the eog* nosretiti to maki up tbeli aalnda whether or not thev have haii a good time Irre m . n\e ,,f i,ii other ronsi'l'r.-u!on!>. lt la geneiall. fl I.e ! lh: I tii* | ha Ve hc ri tad m wl.it they know to have heen a greal m?-thanlcii and Intelleotuai f.ai ir an tnecrutable PravMenca baa cloeed their ears aad bouIa to the tran* Bcendent beautka wblcb Llaat'a devoteea percelve in it. manj ol them are yet wllling io approacb .t aa tha atotted pagaa dld bia 1?i<?i - knowing that H i? uciy. they rei feel thal K ik gr.-at; and the) pay tribute te tha maatei who haa BuctoeaafuUy broken its seven n*.-als. it i.? exceedlngty *i" ibtful if evar ? planlal pleaded lu eauaa mora etoquently thaa Mr iiofmanti dld yeaterday or with greater dmn.tv. He <lid not try to over wivim bia Itatanera wltb thundeenua Bound nor wheedle them wltb aea*?mental murmura; bul what riaritv af utteranea, rontinence ami IntegrH) ol atyle and a ? fly, well potaed proi-Umation iiiuld do t*i :iake the nonata's messige elear he dld. An audience that eroarded the large room cave him rapt atteatloa and thundered its admlratJon when bfl had done* but it la a. ha t likely thal 'he tmpre?ston8 whleb llngered tangeet, moal deUghtfully B8 ? vvith warme-t affection in the when the i'm long afternoon waa OVer were tho*. which had .v. cnvita-d b) lomposilions r.f b vnsllv dlfferent eharactei bj Beethoven'a ''a\__bttlejua" tor Inatancg. la arhleh tha evaagel ol i" etic beauty araj proctalg?d tn a i-oiee that was all-eompelllng m Cboptn'sl K flat nii.Kii polonalae, iii arhtek Mr Hof mnn*. reujured op h pagaa nl af gheetlyl ? iry, with knichtv ai.'i iwMea bll mdave plottlng and tnnttering r revoH in bated breath, or even | ln ih- P Bharp mtnor fantaela nf mraha Pelli Mendelaaohn, whom tha* piayerr. Rublnati ll ' ' ? ' "fraid lo I ? ? ? tronn ln -. old faehkM ? rare, they . Khlbiti The reC?al wa* a trlumph for the per . . . *,,,m begtnalng ??? ? nd .?<? ?' emfl eatended to an inordlnate length hv tha .,...- ipon a ? ipplam* nta enterti wblcb would allow them to erowd down to thi platform Th* oncarrl rlver who ..'. ttie w.iv in reboklng thlfl custom win win i ? of all .,!??? 11 I. K FEEBLE LYRIC TRAGEDY Purcini's "Tosca" at the Cen tury Opera House. .,..,. ?,, ... ;-, ^ ia ... dlatiib ited ai ihe Centur) Opera Houae last nlghl a't. r ti v ra I ad ., BtlUgg- w:th PUJ I Inl'a - . ? , ?? muale ge-Mrall] nerve racklng ai **a ? 'ir' -..tion Of sar-ir.u s ?**? tion, ti_i ? - akllflil la* ntaltati and ? n lniaglnatlv? end i ??inl ; tor aeci ' charm ol ."??? kind to the muale. Theea requlrementJ ware feeb ? met Mr ctial ? ,,: l:.,r..n S. ai pla with the Mir a, h!, g of a I '".n'.li'e Samp-'O'. tmeden leaned an arm oo a aofa and sung pleaae atl) to Chalinera at tea, whn nad noi frlghtened her much Aa lot Mr Klngaton, ba broughl bark wtmortea of tbe daya when opera ta Bnglial toked and aounded Ll?4 an ? apeiiinenl tiurs 'iti- reel was -hiefiv impotencfl i4eneea aml ? palnt il revi tatkra af thi tnesalllame whlrh BSlBtfl betWOOn italian melody and proaalc Sng* ii. i, worda whea Ihe worda were uahap* plly IntelHalble. _H i: K. VIOLIN AND VOICE ? Interesting Recitals by Florcnce Austin and Florcnce Hinkle. _ V,, itan Hall houaed two eow arto rea tarday, and al both ol Ihem therfl were | , ,?! -i/. ii a'i'lli nr <-s ln th'' gfternOOfl thera was :* new reerull tr. tha army ol .toUnlata who are prepaiing te deeeend ipon ttiis ri, lenealeaa town Tha ai a . < nn- wai Mtea Klorenci A?attn, arho .;.eeili.lv mad. It eMrl.nt that Nrw Yi.r-k baa beard botk better and worao vioim ..*- Mlaa luetln proved, al any rat.-. lhal uh*' is a player *.f Intefllgenea ami ?-.,, ,?, v, |or Ol i onsHlerahl* technlca' facillt] Bhe piaved generally in thaa and bet ton.. If not UUrgfl or unusuallv warm, ??* rtear in tha WlenUiwakl Con* ,eit<> it ii mlnoi ahi look advantage of the opportunlty glven her for the fents of the Yirtunso and flnBOrgOd 00 tlu- whole with eredM li cannot ba aaM. bowever, thal any when ta bai programme *im ght Indulge m fllBhts of the lmaitinallon. nor dld she probe any blddCB depths To be fair to her. her programme Kave bflf nr swi'ii i-baaee, eenolBtlng, i>esiden the een* earto, Of n autta ln Q mln'ir, hy K. lt.es aad a number of fborter number* The Budlenefl was warm ln HS apprer lativ.- dls playa in the evenlng Mlaa Pioranee Hinkle, who I" lat from being ? striitiger to the New York enn* .-rt-go'ni; publi* , gave lo her many gdinllOfg a ch.ince la hear lur la a ptograaiaBa of sontn. miss iimkie la lutter known to the oratorio and oon earl workh timn ?he is ta the mor- |n* timatr provlie e she inva*led last night. I?lt ght alrundanilv proved that her art ,s tbere, tao, aquall) ayatefuL The charm and fuahneea of ber roloe, its ampie ear rylng povvr and her a*lmlrahle schooling hav. often beea BB*okaa af ?ith plaaanre, and th*' gava pteaaUN aaaln last night Bapeclalt) ***** *o*A "''r'' lehuberfa ??PrUhllngagiaube" and h\^ "Laehoa und U'elnen." the former icin? giv.n wlth an exquisite teudflrnflOB aad OM latter wlth 1-tchmg humor. As a ulnnet of lieder Miss Hinkle. lt l? to he hoped. wlll oe h..?r,| aooa and ofien. Handel'a Tlun aare Sarte Mi?." witn wn,ch tnt' VTO' graa_aa agonad, and PnvoeB- "?'ome Into These Y*:iow BaaatO" were botn glv.-n with preat spirlt and breadth of Ktyle. Klaa Hinkle sang other numbers bv S'humann. I-i**'- Hrahme, IVbusfl.v. Mafcitenet. and al?-> a group of English aensa. The audience fj - one of unutual diMlnction. ETHFJ. BARRVMORF AND F. HENRY EDWARDS IN ?TANTF." E In a Dramatization of Anne D. Sedgwick's Novel "Tante." A GREAT PIANIST SATIRIZED Mr. C. Haddon Chambers Con- , structs a Somewhat Frail but | Genuinely Amusing Comedy. ?Tant^. ' | eomedy, by C BflddOB Chamhera from th.- novel by Anne Doagtai gldgallh The Kmplre Th.-atr*. THK CAST Bedimi Okraskl . 'T_n'?l i:th*l Itarrv rnor? Cbarlef rtani Llppbelm willUm iruo-r*.,,!, -,i. | il.-nry Edwardi . Kir*' *] i.Hfimri' * in Ancri. m K_r-n Wo..-lr,>fY BlleM Van W.ti 'Klrs: atipearHne* In An Mm TlleMI 1.1/..I* Hufl-M t'olller .... Mah<?l Ar' hd-.ll MIm - -,.tt,,n .. . Ilaia?? Wrtjfhl Vl.keri. .Fnink M B m, .IVaaCM l_mdy MlM Hnrrvmore returned to the Kmplre Theatn last evenlng after an absence of ..-v.r.il leaaona. and was jcreeted with af te, tlenatc warmth bv an audience ejatte U much Inteeeated ln Miss Hnrrymore h-rself as ln wbal sh<* Mlghl appear ln ?JthOUgh manv had doubllege read the novel from whbh C. H.iddon Chambers bas made hls plav Tius novel was Anne Doilgtflfl gfldg* wh k s "Tante." a storv of a frreat pianist. Um tradltlanal irrande ertlete," brouRht mi ai, Hattory and eduletlea, alwajra a.-t lltfl a part. ai.d arlth a c.paritv for fool liiK other p< ople onlv e,|,ialled bv h<-r , .. p.oitv to tool heraetf a satin.- plctun of her e?fo,sms Mld thi amusement and troubU si,.- cauecd ln her curious Uttli world. \ plav mual stand on Its own feet in ib theatre. of courae, and take its witb tb.- average audience, who .-arinot be OXpeeted t,. know whether the .iMtb.ir not hls material from a book or duir lt out of his own head, Merely by waj d uadentflndlng what h.-r a.iapt.-r and MIm Barrymora had to worh fiom, however, tt mav bl said tbat the pianist. M Okraaka, was thfl daiiKhter of a Pollflh milfllc mast.-r who ran awir, witb bis piipll, a beautiful N'ew Orleans Crflfltfl she was a ilumbflrlng voleana, soft and enchantlni wImb at peaoe, bat a ereatun of manj and tempafltuoui mooda Mtai gedgwlch thus deflOflbflfl her early ln the storv Sb. was a WOUMM of foity-eiKht. of an ample. thOUgh still beai.tiful. flirure Her goarlng drem of white broeade made t.,n|,t to empress, to flllfltaln <>r t-' ,,. No une could sav that a v* ..rn.iii who flfeod as she did. wlth the port of a goddflflfl the small head, BM* jeatlcallj polmd ovflt nu h ibouldfln and ?UCh | breast Wai i.r'tttriK fat; jet, no ,,n.- could denv tbat there was a rc.lun .:.-.! v She BUbJugatad nnd she ?ppealed H.r adoren w.-re dlvlded b< tw..n rhe longlng lo lle down under her t.-.t nnd tn t'ni.i ber proteettagly In thelr arms Tlie whole iiudlenc- was for her or,.- vasr heart of adoration. on>- lixed faea of half bv'pnotlze.l ten.l.rn.aa." There nre mar.v words ln fh> ordlnnry ROVfll and pl.-nf. of time. and ln for ? Pagfl *-'?' ,s r.-a.-bed thfl reader goubtlefll know? Mme i .praska and understiinds her perfectly, There are few word* Ofl the fltagfl nnd no tlme to stop atul <\ plaln tblriRs a dlfference between a book and ii plaj beeed on ? look. whleh has perhnpi b' ''ti often eiMUgh set fnrth an,; il must be Cflnfflflmd thit for tWfl acts. at least. of Mr Chnmb.rs s play thfl flflflC* liter has to take ll for Rranted th.:t MflM Opniska Is flUflh flnd flUCh ? person, rather than se?- her .hnta.ter expr.-s_.-d in actlon on the staK> He t-athers that flhfl ll I pianist and a peraaaage. seitisb and etvea to .-rocodiie smiles nnd tears. but of any ba.kKround, anv- soll.litv and warmth there ln llttle o nothing. Nor did Miss Harrymore asslst verv much in this part of the story; In? deed. she rather did the other thing. wlth ber frflfljUflnl way of not urtiiiK the pHr. .-n much as standinjc outslde it, so to speak. and Joinnik' wlth her audience in Hghtly deprecatlng its quaint hypocrtatefl and ?mlllng at Its humors. ln these two early scenes the admlrable unronselous ness atul thorouKhKolnR workmanlike fashion in Whleh Charles Cherry played the part of the matter-of-fact younfl Knulish harrlster, Ureiiorv Jardlne-a very fiapathetlfl part, to he sure?was about the only solid thinj* the audience had to hold to Toward the close of the third aet, how? ever. where Tante. on tin,lln* that iJieRnry Jardine is getting the better M her, promptly and wlth perfect grac* drops laintmg on the sofa. and a momenl later ls told by her falthful but unde eerved aM walehdeg; Mrs. Talcott. to get up. and does aet up?here Miss Harrvmor. rsd her chance and accepted It skilfully 8he got Into the part at last. and th? scene between the two-the spoiled artist I half foollng horeelf wlth her own wllw, . nd the Cgnay old companion. terse, wise and not fooled at all ended delUhtfully. H.re was real' haracter plajr, something f,,, Mnn Akraaka to da and for tbe au ..,,. -.,;?! |fiu Bam mon aaa charming, nnd thi dry humor of Mra Tal? cott codW Mareely have been better put thar, it WU bv Mrs. UggU Hudson Collier. it wa* Mta bk" thta whi.h madfl up what was on the whole a very likable intertalanu nt Thera wai another Bcarea* lv- ic.s entflrtalnlng In the brueh between Tant. a,,,i the aderlag nn.l abeurd llttle Miss S.rott.-n. ln which Miss Scmtten. witb h.-r Battery end pMBtng, arttatk shop talk flnd s'.rne llttle vvlles ??f her own rnool flmufllngly played hy MIm Haidee P/rlght?quarrelled al last with her deity an.l was sent awav, but went wlth ban nera II A po. t. .-namored f?f Mme. Akraska, also flUPPlled a llttle mild amusement and Introduced a new voung Knirllsh flCtOT, B Henry Kdwards. to the?eshores Those who ixpeel lo find in MlM Harry morfl'l Mme. Akraska anv v.-ry penetrat . ing or IllBB-lnatlag study of artistie egotom, such as the novel mav have achieved, will be disappointed. but "Tante'' offers ? very pleasant and am i-irii,- ev'-nlriK. nev ertheless A lt. ? ; "MISS PHOENIX" TO MAKE DEBUT The angagement of "The Lova Lfleeh" al Hm Harrta Theatn aill and Saturday night. On Mondav '.he ghUbflTtfl will Mi-n I'boenix,' ii farce by Al? bert l.ee The cast Includes Anr Mur? doek, Maude K.-iowlton, I.enore I'helps, PaaHlM flon.-i. Jaaa Morrow. I'nnwav Henry Mortiaaore, Robert Maak* ey. BOA Henrlcks. Ivan .Simpson. A B. li.inbj and T. Tamaoto. -1 -1? POLAIRE TO PRESENT PLAYLET. Mil.-. Polalra ha? been angaged by L?w l'u-lcs to flppear at tbe |4th Street Music Hall She wlll be seen in a new sketch, I. \'.sir--ir." arlth ler owa ompany. which Includei Edgar Becman trom tbe Vaudevllle Theatre. Parts. Mlle 1'olaire maln in "Le Vlalteur" for two -!,- hall and tben with (,,.-? compan} wlll to on tour under the dlrectlon <??; Comstock i Oeat -1 THEATRICAL NOTES. T>e flroman'i National Theatre wiu >.,,: - ?- ftaal meeting ->f the aeaaon at its room*. No 14 Eaal Bd street. to-morrow afternoon Theodore rrtabua is to play tb.- Iead in ?Tii.- Modern Cttrl." hy Kuth Rwhard son. soon to be produced in thls clty. "HallOWeefl Might" la anr.nunc.-d as an othot of tb-- f.-atur.. "Nlghta tn Bo* hemla" nhlch take plaee ovarj weok at ti - JardUi da Danaa H.-ury \rthur Jones's "Mlchfll 1 nnd His l.ost Angel" wlll b.- glvaa io-night by Mma Harriet I.aba.ln under the ailflptcei American Ptajrgoen at tl.e Bflffce || J Tbe. ' '? Huge ilaronard'fl naa vaudevllle aet in whi. b be and liis wife. Hlossom glllflg. wlll make thelr Bral appearaace ln tha Theatre nexl week. requlrea tbat M.iouard wear femlnlne apparel as the ,,!,,?! for a s, Ifrgaetta n ne A moetng flctura noveity accompaaylng thta ?keuh . i- promtaed. Harrison Hr-v I'-ske arlll off-r bis lat ... production "Tl.- llotiev He-.' a com .,,., hy Hutcheeon Bovd and Kudulph ??...- in Atlantic City, Sovembm- ... Vf.,r a ahort season on th. road tha play w\ll he broughl to Nea .ork. I*he Kaiem Motleo Pletura Company will .how al the Bavoy Theatre to-daJ nicturei of hoa to danra the Pi rigo, H i t.,ti,m und other pcpular danccfl WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. y.?e ,.ti.il?.*|..n 10 tne Ainerwitn Mu*. um tt ? ?;,,, rtlstorj, i-etropoliur Imibi?? ^ , N-v. rorii Koolofllcal i'ark aad Vaa Cortlandl P-wa MuaeaM i;iii.iriniati,,ii PractaaMtlaa Vifif-tlna Wm K ,B|i, enl Armory. l-ubito aablMl et the CleartB* Hoaea 'wtaeatai und M...Il.-iti uv Bl ? .Xllllillli.ll )f llllltiil:..'- ? BMfl - rll '- l.'iu by i p Morgan ur i niB-.u-ci.pti ant pruus ii lust?U>? "i ne Metorj ol Um ajaartoaa , ,,i,,iiui: '?he iu Celaauaa ' BlverBttj A,i|.?, hv I'H.ii. i WUiard nn sh.uiici ituic ,-r..,_t,T Ratai ii-- lucrMMdl ?t ??n he.n and RMettBfl of the membera roun -il ?t ibe M,r. h.o'.ts' ABB-ClaUon ef New york, I'elin' i'I'?'? " ' BBd WllltaM itree'ti, 1_:3<. p ? b, 0< wm B M"'lelUn at i.ieeiing utC.i ihe _U_pi__l ?l ihe .ollefli M.n s Lmiih for McCaU. No -??? Oaa I atreel n ."ii Dinner for caadldatM m ekj Vtmitetttt ti k.i. Hotel Kin, k-rh... kn ?? M i' m. f____m bj lehfl a HowMoay. Mar Caetao, ortti I'l'-ii a".! *wlagion avoana; Hum * Polnt i\.sin,, Tba Hronx, and MMB i-_r<ln'-. QVOalBg iililiimm bj 'aha p Mttcbel nat ..ther* nt fu.to.l RUUM i?.-?llio.-s \l.iill*-m Baoan -iur ,',,,. atai iiainu, 107th _tr**?t and Lexlnstoa iv.nue ,>n',?i Palace. No _fl sherlff ntr.-et; i amlta ii.iii Mi atreet tat Hreudwav . baa ,',M,h. N< I0U Weet HH'h Mir,-.t. nuetlna. Wlol ?'r.-i ?n,1 t-MM av.-nu. . Hohernlsn Nallohal Hall. Hu.u'a I'olnt , aslno. IT.'ireM Caalno, Nn _ti AVO-MI A. traaaag. AAtlrea* tn l.|ii,,r.| I MoObU ?t mastt m.etlliK ,?,.i,r the ausrioei of th* Heal Watnta Meai A>.sn"tatl"n nf Hrooklyn. Academ/ of MflMfl, Hrookljra, evenlng Ad,lre?_e? bv Kmll Seld.l. iliarka K Rua_ell and other. at socidlUc niaia meettng, Con '*,,** Bali, aveatag Pul.lii- le.-turei al tbe 'ienrn nf Kdu.-atl-.n, H || ,, in Munhattan Publlc School ?5. Weet H'.'istni, an.l , ?lnrkn.in atv.-i ts. "The War and Navj Iiepartnienta.'" John I'. V.lHh. I'.il'll' flehaai IM Hlth atrept. weat ,,f I.-xii,em i ...nn*. "Indla and Hor l"e?> p|, ? CamlllO 9 Saldanha. Kaat Slde Houae Kettletnetit, 7*tih atr'-et flad Kan Kiver, Tommercial l-ixpanalon and i'olonl?atlon." Ur Ann? P MacVav. Youna Men1. rhrta Ilan Aaaoelatlini Hall. Nn .% WmI lMth tnee\ "Oliver liuldamtlh," Dfl. wOBl Bouflhtoa. iO YEARS A POSTMASTER i. P. Squires, of Good Ground, Resi/jns?Saya He's Too Old. Postmaster at Good Clround, Long sland. for flfty years. without a .?om lalnt ever havlng been made against im, .'vllen P. ISuuires, said to he the Idaat postmaster in New York i-tate. aaterday aenl his reaignation to the ostoflVe autlioritics al VYhshington. "I'm getting old," h< said "l ihlnk younger man shouid be in charge. BtocO his appolntment more than haif eantnry ago Mr. Bqulreg has s<r\ed ontinuoualy except *i*i-ing three years f President Clevt?and'g ?8C0nd :>r:n. ie is atgjht) ? ns old. The poaltion paya $1,000 a year. Al eady flve men af BBB?itof the uppoint tient. OBITUARY. ALFRED C. TUXBURY. tFro.n The Trlbun* Corra-ipondent ] Montclair, N, J., Oet -V Alfred < . Tux? ?ury. sixtv-eight vears old, died to-day it ins home. Llewellyn Reed and Harrl on avenue, from a oomptteatten <if dis aaea. He was bead of the a C. tux iiiry Lumber Company, of New York and 'harlaatoh. S. C, ari?l the Northern I,um *r Company, af Nottk Tonawanda and law Tork. He was a natlve of Saco, Me.. md came to Montclair three reara ago. dr. Tuxbury leavea a aife, Mrs i?ma loawortb Tuxbury, ?nd three daughters. fn .'harles Hill. Miss Allce Hosworth ['uxbury an?l Miss I.una El.zabeth Tux *ury, a71 ol M*inlcla:t. -o ^OUPvT SUMMONS PLAY WRIGHT _aydcn Talbot Must Answer for Failure to Pay Alimony. Efaydea TalbOt, author Of "The Truth B/ngon" an.l other pl-;>s. was ordered by lUBticfl Pflfl-Betoa yesterday to appear in he Supreme Court and show cause why ba ahould aot be lualakil tne cntempt ,t court in failtng to pay his former wlf*. rtrs. Benedict. Pristow Talbot, MM ln irrears of allmony. Mrs Talbot obtained a divorce from the plavwrtght in Mar* h. IMt the eourt de :ree g.ving her M? a year alimony and illowing $900 for the aupport of her daughter. Talbot was married agaln in June 10 No-ma Mltcfaell Bl oriental Gardens. Santa Monlea, the Callfornia estate of Kat Goodwin. Mrs. Talbot No. I said sho M* without lundB, and had been com pelled to live on the charity of frlends. ? A. D. SMITH LEFT $2,000,000 WooUen Man Made Many Conditional Bequests to Charity. fProm Tne MbBBfl OBIIBBIIBlBal 1 Orange N ^ , Oet **----*_ ""'^ worth -bout KOOh.utX* M dlsposed of in Jhe will tt Albert D mmnm, wbo recently dled at Ma home. No Bt Centre street. The wlll MUI probated to-day. Mr. Smlth WM a rooOea commission merchant ln New Y'ork. After dlrectlng the payment of WVnm to hls wldow and BAM4 to his daughter, Mrs Marv Ahht -Smlth Hallock, Smlth left thfl family hon.cstead to his wife Uh dlrected the executors to establlsh a V2~.'*utyi fund, the Income to be paid to Mrs Smith. Vpon her death $75,000 is to be dlvlded between the Presbyterian Board ? ot Home and Foreign M-siuni. The Income from the balance ts to be paid Mrs Hallock. and upon her death tho principal is to go to her chiidren. Shouid there be no direct heirs of Mrs. Smlth, the ?3"'.onO ls to be dlvlded among Smlth s nephews, sister, brother, Dart? mouth College, Hltcheoek Memorial Hos? pital nnd the Presbyterian Board of Re Uaf tor DteaUed Ministers. A fund of tJVAMt is fefi to Mrs Hallock. I'pon her death tha principal is to go to her chll drea Bmlth bJm lafl sc.ooo to one raatar and |_,fdl t<* his brother and liS.OOu to another sister. The residue is to be dl? vlded into two parta for hls wife and daughter. Finally the principal goes to tbe House of Good Shepherd. the Orange urphan Society. of Kast Orange, the Orange Young Men s Chrlstian Assocla? tlon and the Orange Memorial Hospltai. a> GARRISON AT PANAMA. Colon. Oct. 90,-14Mdley M. Garrison. loi irt.try of War, accompanled by Mra. Qarrleon and Qe_aral B, m Weavari chief of the Coast A.tillerv, arrlved here this morning on the steamship Colon. The Secretary was met by Colonel Ooethala and tha other members of the Isthmlan Canal Commis.-iji The party imme dlately boarded B trala :*r Culebra. COLONEL GAILLARD WEAKER. Baltlmore, Oct U Lleutenant Colonel Davld Dubose Gatllard, the army engineer who dug Culebra cut. bl the I'anama Canal, against almost insurmountable ob Btaclea, la giunlag areaher *'very day in Johna Hopkins Hospital. Pliysiclans ?nve virtually no hope of h.s recovery. DIED. Flting. I'.z.kiel .J. ttUBt, James Y. Ford. Marth.i P KnoU Marga.. . Gates, Charles 0 McCullagh. lletecc-, 11 TItfO PnddimlT it Yonkers. on Octo 'h,-r M IMI Kzekiel J. Elting. belovajd hnabaad ol Laura Oale Elting, la.hla T*th v.-ar. Puneral Berrlcea at hls late resldence, No Sl Loeuet Hlll tye.. Taa? k.is. W'.ilni'sdav afternoon. at 3 o cliv k PORD-Oa October n, Batter a short IU* neaa, Martha P reed, arldow of War Wlck Ford. at home of h.-r son. Arth.u T l-'orrl Bt l.eonia. N .1 S. rvn es. tne | U neral Church. No Ml West Bd st (Krank k Campbell Building*. oa Wedneaday, |_ noon. Interment private. rjiTg-n Ouddaalr of apoajoay. at cod>, \Yyi'.. October i>. IfU Charlea Gilbert. aaed atj reara i months. sot. of Jhe late lohn W.ime Oatea and Dellora K. Gates and husliaml "J- Klorence Hopwood Uat.s. ot Mmneapolis. Funeral notice later. Hl'NT James Y. Hunt. vice-preaidenI of i??, Hunt a.- *'o . New Tork Clty, at his home iu Hartford. Conn.. Tuesday. O* - tol>er 2*. at 7i a. m. Funer_l serv h r* Thursdav evening at 8 o'*'lo**k. at his late residence. No. II South Highland street. Hartford, Conn. Interment Fridav morn? ing at convc.ilence of family. in family plot at Ktverview Cemeterv. Shelton. Conn. KNoTT on <?< lober tt, ItM, Margaret KlWtt wiriow of Jamea Knott. Funeral aervlcea Thurgday at '2 o'clock at Memo? rial Baptist Church, Washington _uuare. Interment Woodlawn. M'iM'!.I.A<;H At Baai Orange. N. J . o< . tolier 2X. 1818, Rebecca. daughter of the late Thomaa McMilllen. Funeral ser vir* s will be held from her home. N'o. 118 l'rospect st , Thursday afternoon. October !'J. at I o'rloik. Interment at eonvenience of family. CEMKl l.atlKS. THE WOODLAWN rrMFTFRT. "aSd st By Harlem Train and by Trollsj*. OfMr*. *.*0 K.ant 2?r St.. K. T. ofi-ices. J1A1N nFl'I'V: No. 1.14 Nssaau street. LPTOWN OrPlCB?Ne. 1U?4 Broadwsy. or any Amerti-an Diurict *"?|e?raph OfAce. HARUKJI OFFICE?No. 15T East U8?h reaat No. 2'l.1 West l2Sth str*:et and Nu. 918 Wtst 1251b sirMt.