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THE REDUCTION IN PRICE TO A PENNY?SOME EARLIER CHANGES -MR. MOBERLY BELL AS THE AUTHOR OF THEM?LORD NORTHCLIFFE'S CONTROL. (Oeas right. UH by Bssrga W. smiiio . lxmdon. March The u happened. "The Times" on and after ,\k aast, March ltf. 11?14, will he pubi . a' u penny, it aa (??Misting that in this country r paper? are sold, or uelivered by a to any s dor sag la any pa the Kingdom, at the publk B the S suivaient of v,)lfr | ta II is less than a since the prior of "The Tin ? sapenco to twop I i not usually a of half measures, and this one. lind, f lih 1 It has s.fen understood that the hi fon of thia great journal was not i its profltg ' less than they ought to be and ?.-?>thei desired. ? ' ?' ' threepence or I pence H WS* to the average DeWBp barer, s luxury. H Ifl hep ai that i readei may c to regard 11 as a necessity. tiwayg of . . ? ? nly si iSe of t?>. Tinaee." The nun i spend ' ? always liai atom ol letM um al .gents Inti differ ?.fferent Uf the h'?;ir of the day and . -, of time it was on hire. It j :. .;. - u bB. libraries and c where la i matters the aver frugally and .-.?re Scot more frugally still, the MlBortt; inter- It fa L "The T.m Ko m.i" ithor paper had Bsvej the i Mlitiei th? morning until >"U had :? c- - na all. 1 don't kn whether It m.i; off? ?. - rican to call it the fl ?nd gn ? ot all nee ? - -. pean thinks it ? n..t tner. !;. the Et lishman. but the European. 1 am i ?are 1 - i t even higher on the ' than " ? BUthi tic voice of England. Hi ? ? egun mak- - ? - SOSAS of wh; I to old-fashi" al about prestige?'' ? a grave I "Prestige la not a thing j :t if you ; He added at <?? "There is. of course, no question :s a very real | of fin .: ? ?/. and of keepi the paper I the time .-,? Bel!, la si.Mrt. wanted to n it Ho was a good man of bualnesa; good jOUrnaMat and n?\vs maiintr> r. ! h?d prodigious energy an! Si ? ? - ?ne years, though thr ?rere sTrr-t limits to his authority, w?s tho chief force on the paper, took gn it reeponsibitttlea at critic mom' ? He was not editor, but had a ? ? In the -dUing. and his voi ?u one arriod weight. Bin Deter tl -igh in a totally dlffore *i; en, 1 think, the. stron ?r j*t- .-...':?? i n the paper, < ? it be on, the late Mr. Jol Walter, the for " . a word, launched "Ti Times ' r ? ;i rrU course, cautk) the most perl sagaciously, but arwa] no of his ?3 partaient-, j arenl home to Amerl as the re resentative of 'Tho Timer: ?t ! j? r Oim that wi.'ii he gave an f.d?r ? aithout resei had aft n latin . ? * ehleh the supply hud always bee ??agre. \\'? . - ? d ?t ail frei I?BJ i r d finally accepted ins pro. Waal he knew what 1 ir??,,r.t or hope to d?. Hit 1 v ? ' IB Ar:.- : | a with '?" Out instr * ' limit Ol for elerei r? Th-r ? he? n stories that the ?or Naggj | ? r. . | Petted ? wr.'e to STtV r. I de not b ?rre It was ever true of any r.f tlcni g the exact contrary wa Hg j r",r thut testimony, that trlt> ?fa nian who. b ?is trwn phere, wan ?ike \ Wii?fjT. . ii the Pan tin* ; _......, **< -??>? aa the onl) thini ^oiflafr rd ?'. do. *d th. ?< >(.. 1 ? ? '< ?l* m ?< j..'-... n in Fl< et 8ti n ?*r??ting House ajquare. i ?>rn re V**?-Bg ? though it is oi ????On km re ?t may not be . J"**w '' '? : I auts 11 for the "?"??fa of tfci few who aaay happen to . *?! BBBB1 ? od .ournal T1 ' ft thai Mr. Mehoiiy ./ ' ' ? reri this method. } WiM! i?r aid n long be? 7r*" *;?' '?:? I gave I tho?,. JJtb ''' -, Mr. Reld tr.l ? ?< *r,? ,.., ,* iiajnniaillng [ J?1*' i t front rank of the* 2_T?* *l ' to discuss the ta? " ^ .x'v gh for go? ,?"'?' al them ^?"'f ' ?? '^' ""n In Jour bav? h:,,? um tfll,j|( ,n ,omrnon ,"? ght ?ufluenc? and pros? hev. "" ;?"-y hs* ,,'"'' " ?'? "' o?k, Mr. Xo,;. .. "?"? ?' '-. "t sal.il f""" "1,lf gu. V "*?-?. and to the?, -sj ?ere Wju\. Nol UM fjf ,, , m WOOld have stooped, as an emit) cross-examining counsel vu,i .,, ; Labouchera, to pick alxpencea oui the gutter. i have travelled fur froaa m> te\t. i it all bears ,,n the quaotlba bol perhi o? twopeacee and pennies, but on i position of "The Times." which is I only thing -;hat makes the penny i portant. There have boon daring history of more than a hundred yei many changea of prit a, from sixper downward. No one of than aver i footed the character or alma of t paper. There is reason to hope tl this will not. Il is discussed |b s?n\- quart it might. Those writers perhaps fort what Lord NorthchnTC said not lo after he reorganized the paper and to command. He said that. whate\ might happen, his main object would to maintain and cherish the Kre traditions tinder Which "The Time ? own to be what it was. I do n Supposa be relinquishes thcin no Why should he? He is incapable taking narrow views. He knows well as anybody, better than anybod that i:i all essentials the prestige tl- pan? i -o uae Mr. Hell's word aga ? must be preserved. It is just as inn part of the capital as the five or | millions of money now Invoated In It Nor Is there any temptation to ant upon any other policy. It comes no into direct competition with the thr chief penny morning papers of LonoV ?"The Daily Telegraph," whtcl Loi Burnham still control-; "The Momil Post" and ""The Standard." All the: have gone through revolutions of oi kind or another. It has not occurr? to tin director of any one of thei to seek circulation or popularity 1 ???.ins Bach has its own poll? but the policy of hon- sty is common 1 tin in .. i. I uae the word honesty f including honor. When thai Ls sail inn ti i ^ ? h :-,' . ,1 '? ? added. There will be changes. I d..: M was one tiits week, whan "Tl Times" publiahed a photograph of th Rokehy Venus, with the slashes of th suffragette woman on it. There ma lie othcr concessions of that sort to tli popular demand for visible imagos ? what people desire. That stream flow too atroagl] to : ? ? ??? d In a bun other ways theae broad column have been altered, arranged and it arranged already. These are what may call phyaical details. They i.r - l?mente In win, h the old body i arrayed. But the body is still ther and the soul is there; and other thirg Modernism is. however, one tiling ii ? lor in Journalism. li . qui itlon of faith) or ?t trine. In journalism it 1; Largely a qu< tion of taste, it Is > t Innovation; In which America led the way. pall, before his couver sion, need to critli lae American meth - : -tur sharply. Display heads am ? in which we handled news gen ..rally, and many other Americanisms carne i.i for condemnation. "Do yot '?v..- to see advertlaementa inserted it the belly of B 1? tter or news article?* I did let, m r do 1 now, nor any count? ing house encroachmenta on tin edi torial ] ? But a bile Mr. Mo* batiy Bell was still manager of Thl Times" these eccentricities had foum their way Into its columna They an there to-day, and their tendency is tl multiply. What the English call th/ AinerleanJsatlon of the English prcs> .... for good ?;nd for ill. The ?? ., ,.f the penny is announcer with blaata of the trumpet. The in .-tiurii'-ni of brasa which, in .Mr. Hoop? er's hand.-, proclaimed to the world the merits of the Encyclopaedia Britannica In its new 'Tunes" edition Ls again in ?:. Whethgr Mr. Hoi per now blows ?t i cannot say, but it Ls some With strong lungs. Lord North ?-.. vi," controla "The Dally Mail," bus made it for some da>s a sort of tender to the "?d.r ahlp. As matter o? news, then has been a column or two morning about tho penny ; and extremely interesting theos a< - oounta hes? been, and still are. Then, to-day, the Whole front page of "The Daily Mall" is given up to an adver? ti.seni' nt of "Th' Times,'' as it often bus been before to patent medicines or drapers' shops There La nothing to against that, bul the advertisement Itaelf i in ? flamboyant style which ?'?ms to no "f doubtful advantage, atol sometimes lacking In a sense, of humor. For example "'Tin Editorial page ol 'The Tim? s the meal dlatlngulahed page of Its kind ,n the who), world of daily Journalism, contains authoritative. Informativa, im? partial, urn! fri.punth/ i-nli rtniniti'i ar? ticle! <t* eminent writ) TI 0 Nal re mine, h "Claims" to be tht "premier" newspaper of the amid: ' o faults of English In one Say it m English ?ml it WoaM 04 trie I n?-ed not quote other examples. Att'-r all. ll ls an advertlse ?. and ne dosty or ? > haetenod style Is not expe ted Of a trader who i | ararea to ai II ' ?/orH.-wldo InteroeV ? ries "Tb? Daily Mall" in its news 004 iiiiifis. "prodlglOUl orders," and "only ;),. HUOil lili' "Ht Of lite ptible h":\e aj .iii.t"?- of getting a copy oa Mon? ? "The .Moi nu,g POSt," t/e are toh', rid then refused to print this advert?* moni an amusing and delightfully f< rumine Imldent", as if the |ad) UfhO owns that paper had her? self inti rveav ?i i),,. question of real Internal la the ?luaotlan whether The Ttmoa," once this first flurry is over, will k?.p to the , |J(,,.,, -. ?? it, onoerna u? nil lo know wheth?r ltn old dignity and au .. to be inaintained I hay? already -md i bsMeve tiny irltt The v..,tid woald M ""' i">"'?*r without .,,,,1 '1,.. 'J .m<-s" would be Um poorei i do not put h a? ? polnl of ,, ., -t i do not b. llov? ti,? re Li ? ???> 01 ""?'!" Of Ihs? l ?'?" ehara?ar fr profil ??' ' ? anting "r "" itsndard an thing but ? diaaatm r, w. H. MISS FRANCES FIELDS. ROMANCE IN ENGAGEMENT OF LEW FIELDS'S DAUGHTER _ / Summer Acquaintance Ends in Betrothal of Miss Frances Fields to C. Ln Marcus, Son of Bank President. .V'. engagement c oaring '"it of s sum? mer romance at Bdgemere, Long island, was made public yesterday, when it was meed tii a Miss Frances Fields, aid? ?.st daughter of Mr. and lira Lew i-ieM? was betrothed to Charles Lionel Marcus, a son of Joseph B. Marcus, president of ink of United States The ,uii' ncemenl was given out from the home of the producing manager, 3^7 West 9"th st. Misa Field? recently i. lei rated bei twei tleth b rthday, and Blnca her debut, tWO years ago, has !???? n ai tire ii aociety on the upper West Mde and at l-lilRerrore. where Mr. and Mr? Fields bars their summer homo, and a she niet Mr. Man ua Mi. Marcus Ihrea at lei Riverside Prive, th" hem? of hia parente His father, about a raer ace. founded the Bank of I'nited States, of which institution Charles '.. Marcus L, first vice-president He is a graduate of ColumblB T'niversity and of the Columbia Law School. He is a memher of the City At'.?en I "lub and of the pj Lambda Phi and Mgma Kappa si? m.i .--H k ties of Columbia, Tho formal betrothal reception will oc cur in Mar, and the welding is planned for .September. MODERN DANCES F( WOMAN TEACHE1 Latest Steps To Be Seen at Interborough Asso? ciation. At tho eighth annual r?ception of Interborougb Association of Avon 'i'ea'hers next ?aturdas SVSnlng at W il?.??rf-Astoria. (?overnor Glynn. Ma Mit' ( el ar<i othor city officials will guests The muslcsJ feeture will he demonstrations by the musolaphonc. 1 tins ?Mi;m.^.- th?- ballroom, Astor Gaue *'<>ior?ni Room and halla on the nth aide of the hotel will be wired for the i tribution of music a programma twelve numbers han b.en arraaged a then ad I be aonga from remote roo by Mm.- Barondess and Masara Ha1 arel Bj ? ? ? Modern dance? will be axsanpllned tho Furtana atui Paelews Gevotte, br of Which Will ho danced by Miss An Tormey and Dana ''lark. The msjiI and om at ;> will be ssscutsd by Ml Merger el Chopin and .lack Sloan, mi and <;er?j?i rjern Smith will dancr f . hesltatloa waits BJ half and half. The 7th Reglm? nt Hai will furni>h music. Misa Emily A. 0*Keefe will direct t? gwsdtsb dances, which will be partie 'at.h In by Miss Elisabeth ?'ant roll, Mi IT Jordan, Miss Anna Lyons Mi Anas Nowlaa, Miss Veronica Redfor M i . . S ' londortT? Mi*s Franc? Bworeckl and Miss Adeline Usher. von zeuner'sale end Bidding Lively at Last Sessio ?Proceeds $21,528. 'ii.. eighth and Anal ?eaanen of the w, Bonner aale at the Ander non <;a',?< ? - ,?>? tractcd quite ?i l?rice throng. Tho bMdtn was I.risk on BOOM Of the h'.T hits. WhlC brought a total of t..<-, mahlng the tota for the entue tal? I:: Bt O. A. Duen - l',.I of $1^ was the hiRh est of tio- afternoon He obtained an an tiuue inahogaay tip-tahie. lie also gavi $110 for a bllM and white tempi? \as< with hawthorn decoration II. 11. Mini paid |M for b Chineas porceleln incensi burner, decorated Ib Blue enamel and <>i Um Klen-lung period A K*ang*hsl biu< arid '\h|te panelled Kltii?er Jnr went to It gaa mis for ?:<0 ami J S fail.?!<? gave i" for a small hluo ami white Jar of the sam? pel ?oi) TO PLAN ROYAL RECEPTION State Department Will Arrange for Queen Eleonora's Visit. Plans for tho visit of Qeesa Klsonora of Bulgaris to the Dalted gtates win be laid bofor? tha state [jspartsssnt m RTaah? ingtoa on Tasada] bj William Caspar, represantattv? of the Quera, who arrived here Thursday, ?no najrtea Boehhlll, re centli appointed Oeaeul '?onorai of Bui ??,,r .1 in Wow vork City. ArraaBaaaeats for the Quasara- journey to th" . Itlea novv Included In the Itinerary n m- being med< raptdlj later eat in in* visit i- attento<i bj a Krcera of ne?sages from ? ' ni*' eountn. Chart? C mpbet!. Jr., aseretarj of basa? tion ano i bargl 'i affaires at the t'nite?i . . m gofla, Hulearla, an<l non in .i off* iai ? ?ii, ?as bars ,.,., , iKi,i to gsnfai with th? ropresentu ' Bulgaria CHARITY MEETING PROGRAMME M. D. Waldman to Preside at Opening Session on May 19. The programme for the Conference of Charities and Correction, lo be held here next month for three days, was com? pleted jrasterday Morris D. Waldman will preside at the opening meeting at th? Polytechnic institute. Brooklyn, on May 19. Dr. Ernst J. I^ederle will talk OB 1'?Mio Health"': PudsasiM C. B A. Winsiow, on "The Pure Pood Uw,"' and Dr. Lundey R. WUhaaaa, on "The Public Health Law." The discussion win be ?Carted by Dr, DonaM B Armstrong and Oeotue .1 Nelbaeh. An all-day leSSlOB will he hoM OTi May -il in th* hall of the t'nlttd Charities Building, "Ti.e Family" win be discussed in the mnrntng by Mrs. -Tohn M. l?lenn. Miss Ida M I urry, Mi.-s Katharine Tuck? er and Porter H. Lea. '.Settlement Work"' will be the afternoon subject, and ani'ing the speakers will he Mrs. V. (?. Slnikho riteh, the Bev. Pare* g, Qraat, lohn (oilier, i ir. Henrj Moakowlta and Beorge i>. Pratt .'u the evening Charles D. Hlllee will speak on "i'hiid Caring Institutions"; waiter h Liebmsn. on "Fhmlly Deser? tion"; Lee Arnsteln, on "Munlolpal Needs"; Henry ?'. Wright, Deputy Com missloner of Chsritraa will criticise Bellevt s Hospital, and Dr. John w Bran? nan will reply, and Health Commfaaloner Ooldwatei will outline ? new plan foi ths hospitals, and it will be dealt with by Dr. Abraham Pleaner. ?m May :i tare saaaleaa win be held at ths Lincoln Agricultural B I.i. Lincoln dale, Wcetcbeeter County, dea'inc with "Delln'picnts," '"Women'' and "? "hildren." S NEW ART AT ANDERSON'S Ball and Hatfield Collection Draws Many Visitors. Two interesting colleeiloaa aren placed on exhibition at the Anderson OollsriSS |SSteidaj and they attracted many visit? or- from this and other I ities. The COtleC tlon on the top floor of the- building at Madlaoa aven ie and Mrh street, which is to be sold on Wednesday afternoon and I f-t-fg "f tliH w..k, Lfl the property of Mrs A BraytOa Ball and Taylor BatdoM an<i other consignors, it Includes a osl? lection of oil and water oolor patatmga hy American and Buropsaa artiMs. Chinees porcelains, Jadis, crystals, bro , nd- s and embroideries form n oOUOCtlon being exhibited OU the ground floor, which will be sold on Saturday aft-t i.ooti. April is The artists represented In the llall Hatfh-M OOlla tion Include J. V. Millet. lie Neuville, Cartea T. Chapatea. Benja? min Eggleeton, BaUlH* Johnston. Homer Martin, Trayon, Brnos l'une and Chaa? tron. Ex-Lord Mayor Sees McAneny. James Herb art Thowlla former Lord Mayor of the City of Manchester. Eng? land nn?! now B meniher of th.- i Itv ,-,,,,,,. ?i, and Boberi Pi.h ? Mal - ?table of m ne ' solar, wi re al ths City iiaii ft tarda ?ii,,v <iiii not ass ths Mayor, who went i,, Loaf Wand lar the weeh ?nd. but talked vvith PiiMiiai MeAneoy. They ?re Studying POllOS administration, with ?l attention to the regulation of ill ?et truffle TAFT STARTS NO RECALL MOVEMENT Jurists and Lawyers AH Over Country Asked to Join Fight. INVITES THEM INTO BAR ASSOCIATION Ex-President Urges Opposition to Any Measure Favoring New Doctrine. [By Telegraph to Th? Tribune] Denver. April 11.?Tully 8cott. of the Colorado Supreme Court, and othor jurists here have received a letter from former President Taft, now head of the American Bar Association, inviting; them to become a member of that organiza? tion. In this letter, Which Mr. Taft Is send? ing to prominent Jurists and attorneys ot the entire country, the former Chief Kx ecutlve of the United States calls atten? tion to threatened encroachments upon the judiciary through the recall. Mr. Taft urges the organization of the lawyers and Judgaa In each district to oppose any measure looking to the recall of Judge? or decisions, but local attor? neys who are recipients Of letters tl -clare the ex-President really Is banding the legal minds of the country In a compact organization to resist the rscalL The lettor state? that the Judges and the lawyers of the countiy should call meetings for tho discussion of "cenetttu? tlonal questions.'1 Kiaiik E. Gove, state Senator, who 1.' chief counsel for the Victor-American Fuel Company, represents this state as a member of the national committee named by the American Bar Association to con sidor tho question of tho rocall of Judges and of judicial do isions. "I bav? not been informed that former President Taft has written a communica? tion urging tho lawyers and Judges gen? erally to oppose the movement for a ju? dicial recall," aald senator dove. "At the same, tha? I know that Mr. Taft has bei i devoting much time to a study of tins question. "ii>- is president of the American Rar Association, and he 1? keeping in close touch with the national committee of that body apioiuted to InvBStlgBtl tho judicial recall matter. "Mr. P.rown, chairman of that com? mute. . is devoting a big part of his time to arouslnt: Interest in the question among the lawyers und the judiciary of tho countrj. "It Is nut Improbable, therefore, that Mr Taft may ho lending his aid by per lUjr addressing tho attorneys and Judge? of the country." Tho chairman of this committee is Rome, Q Brown? a Kinneepoha las/ye* of na? tional reputation. Mr. Brown addressed the Dean r Bar ASS0< iation at its annual dinner recently. He was invited here ???nally to gne his views on the re? call of decisions and JudgSB "? rUr present system Of government by law should n"t be replaced by a system of government by men,'' was the key f his arriment. "A judge, should l>e free to act Inde? pendently, with nothing to control him but (jod and his eonscisnoe "The arguments presented for the ju? dicial recall are pure fallacies. These measures are not progrssstvo and are not renvdial nor constructive.'' WILSON GOLFS AND RIDES President Leaves White Sul? phur Springs To-night. Whit. gulphur Springs. Va, April 11. Ptesldont Wilson had another successful day of recreation and rest here, to-day. Me played twenty-fivo holes of golf In the morning and took atiother buckboard ride In the afternoon, ?ecludlng himself In his suite of rooms with Ma family In the meanwhUa and since. ? rotary McAdOC and Miss Clranor Wilson, his fiancee, played several BBtS of tennis srith Mr. and Mrs Francia B leyre, A large gallery watched them play. it is considerad practically atttlsd that the wedding will be held at the Whltfc HOUM during tho first week in May. An earlier wedding might have been held, it is believed, bat Mrs. WHSOn's illness Is sun! to have prevented. Mr.?. Wilson Is declared now to he Improving rapidly. Th - Presidan! will leave here to-mor? row right for Washington, but Mrs. Wil? son and other members of the family Will remain for an extended stay. WILL NURSE' BULGARIANS Helen Scott Hay Chosen to Head Red Cross Hospital. Washington, April 11. ?Miss Mabel T. Boardman, heart of the American Bed Crasa, announced the selection to-day of lUlS Helen Scott Hay, an American Bed Cross nurse bow in charge of the west? er- Suburban HOBBttal at i'hicago, a? su- . pertntandsnt of the proposed school for| trained BUrSBB at So'i.i. Hulgaria T1 e appointment ir. tha result of an ? I mads to the American Red Cross by V'ieen Kleanora of Bulgaria, who Is to fiait this country next month Queen Eleonore ashed help la Instructing Bul? garian women in trained nursing. She ii.-ted as .< Bed i'ross nurse during the nilSSQ TSPS IM SB and Balkan wars. The Bed CrOSB has a.so arranged for th.- free training of four young Bulgarian women, Who will be brought to this coun? try by Queen Floanora, at the Presby tsaiea Hospital Training School of New York. AN ENGAGEMENT. Aanoum ? neat has been made or the engagement of Miss JesSlg Hardy, daugh? ter of Horace C. Hardy, of Seattle. Wash to Bohert Hart belarield. son of tl,- lat? Mr. and Mis. Robert Hare I>el.t lleld and a nephew of Lewis L Delafleld of :?'? Weal '??????? at Mr. Delafleld ka at Harvard No data baa been set for the wedding _ THEATRICAL NOTES. Mi-? rraSjSSB Stan bag ?ent to the president of the Actors' Fund a check for *J0 us her contribution to the benefits to be given at VBI?OUS theatre? on Prnlay. Mies Kay Laarafl, ? won known society ?ctre?s. has been engaged for an Impor? tant part In the 1CI4 serie? of "Ziegfeld Follies." After a year's rest. Miss Ruth St Pent? goo? BoUtb to-day for a nix weeks' tour. I.ater she will appear In Chicago for ?e\ ?ral aw llalai.m. d.silbed an a *on?n?onal musical marvel, ?III appear to-night .it the treaiiirers' I "lient at \\ aliar k? Thea? tre lahfag hhS place of Henry K. Dlxey, who I? t't Kansas < Iff i.nd cannot ?p pe?r. as ?.i Ifcjiiiali \ plunned. SWEDISH_KING IMPROVES Surgeons Do Not Fear Any Set? back to His Recovery. Stockholm. April 11.?Further progress toward convalescence was announced in the bulletin regarding the condition of King Oustaf issued to-day from the Sophia Hospital, where his majesty was operated on for ulc?ration of the stom? ach on Thursday. The bulletin says: "His majesty passed a quiet night anil enjoyed a good sleep. The pain he was suffering has diminished considerably and nis condition gives reason to hope there will be no setback to his majesty's recov? ery." MISS MAYT^?S_BUILDING Report of Renewal of Broken Agassiz Engagement. ' Uy T?!-gnipli to The Trlbt:,? Bastea, April n.-Miss Laura Mayada a wealthy Newton spinster, whose (tief,BO ment tu Maximilian Agassiz, a wealthy Hoston club member, was announced about a year ago and broken, is building a $40.?>? house in Commonwealth ave., and the friends of the couple understand that they are engaged again, A large soli tai-e was on the third lager Of Miss Maynes's left hand to-day w a reporter asked her If the ten-room house she was building was not large eno | for two. She told the rejmrter not to print anything about 1er to-morrow and she would give Mm a beautiful "acoop" soon. She added that many of her la h elor maid friends had houses just as larga as the one she is erecting. TUXEDO CROWDED FOR THE WEEK-END Cottages Opening Fast and Re? sort Is Looking Forward to Lively Season. F!- TStegrasl te Th? Trib . ? Tusada Park, N. Y.. April 11.-Tuxedo ts beginning to he lively at we. k ends, and many of the colonists are preparing their villas for early occupation The re? sort is :ooking forward to a lively season Beautiful weather to-dav brought I latee number for Master to the clubhouse. Til ? exhibition match at the Tennis Club be? tween Covey and white win attract h lar^e number. Many w-ho have been In the South have retimed and a few have opened their houses Mr. and Mrs. William M V. Hoffman motored from tewn to-day. David H. King, jr . and Miss King arrived at the Par bey hones, on West T.ak?- Road, to stay a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Rich? ard Mortimer have opened their i ottage. and ?'aptain and Mrs. Richmond Pearson HOboOU are spending BeatCT with Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hull, <m Tower Hill. Mr. and Mr?. R. Pulton Cutting are at their villa for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn M. Rutherford have returned from Florida. other arrivals are Richmond Tal hot. Mr. and Mrs. i'. Klngabury Curt?a, Mr. and Mrs. Preeton Davte, Mr and Mrs Henry Morgan Tllford, Mr. am! Mis. David Wagataff, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Qrafton Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs Alfred leton, Mr. and Mn Keneun Wtnalow, Mr. and Mr?. Henry H. Bogen, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Foster ?'.irr, Mr. and Mm Louis Pooler, Mrs. J. Murray Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wllmerdinc;, Mrs \V. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus D. : Juilliard. Mrs. Lcwll B Chantar ami Mr. and Mrs. BbeU Ri< hards. Mr. and Mrs. George Grant Mason, who have been at Hot Springs, will return to Tuxedo soon. Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Coinly, who ha\e leased the Kent house, will move In on May 1. Those at the club over Sunday include Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth WFkes. Mr. ana Mrs. Edward Robinson. Mr. and Mr?. Howard Van Binderen, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Allen, William Hare. J. tl soil, Dr. W. R. Valentine and Mr. and Mrs. Neville Lytton. HEIRS TO TWO^FAMIUES Sons Born to Mrs. G. H. Pyne and Mrs. E. H. Raymond, Jr. Mr. and Mrs Giafton H. Pyne are re? ceiving congratu.ations on the btrth of a son last Wednesday at their home, >'.. East 61th St Mrs. Pyne was Mis-s I.eta C. Wright, daughter of the CbOBtaai BmlllO del Fera. Her marriage to Mr. | Pyne took place on July li, Btt, at Plnk ney's Green, England A son was born recently to Mrs. Fd ward H. Raymond, Jr., of MJ Fifth ave. Mrs. Raymond wa? Miss Grace Nabel Ashw.-ll, daughter of the latS William C. Aahwell Her marriage took place In the Church of the Heavenly Rest on June M, OBITUARY. HANFORD C. ADAMS. LenOX, Mass., April IL?Hanford C. Adams, vice-president of the BoUthem 1'tilitles Company, Of Florida, died from typhoi?l fSVer ?S a hospital IB Jackson? ville, Fla., to-day. He was twsnty?eight years old and B graituate of I'oluiubia College. He vas a son of the Rev and Mrs. I.uciis ?'. H. Adams, of N>a,k. N. Y. His father was until lately ? Metho? dist minister In the Lanoa Church. Mr. Ailains had been a resident of Lenoi be? fore organizing tb-- Btttltles 00m| two years a?o. He was an only < hild and unmarried. E. B. PARSONS. ? B] Telegraph te The : ? N i ? WlUBted, Conn.. April 11. K. B P.li? sons, contractor and builder, who has lived here for half a century, was found dead "n the grounds adjoining his house this evening by his son. Frank Parsons. There was a bruise OU his forehead, but Medical l&uunlner h s Hnlbert at? tributed death to s /bock Mr. Pa attended to his business duties to-d lie was born In Cranvllle eighty-five reara ano. Hs erected many of win sted's churches and other buildings. He leaves a wife and four sons _ ? ABRAHAM S?NGER. Abraham langer, a : etir.il coffee mer? chant, died yesterday at tus home. 119 South Klllott Place, brooklj n. from pneu? monia. He ama born in Vfaltham, Mass., ?event) -eirfht >?urs ?SO, and eras ~?-nlor member of the firm of SanKer ? F1 ami a d:re?-tor of the Corn Exchange Rank. He ?ri a Mason. His funeral will bo held In the Clinton Avenue Congrega? tional Church this afternoon Ruti.ii win be in Orei nwood Monda) CONSTANTINE RUECKERT. caaatantlns Baachart, alghty-Ave yean old. of iw Dergeallas avt . Datan mu. prospector, trapper. Indian tighter and author. died yestenlay after ? brief ill neas He had lived m Union hui thirty fix years. He was born In Ltebenwald Germany, and wus graduated from thi Germun Naval Academy. Mr. Rueehert araa the author of The Cabla in UlS Cave," ?< book based on his experiences in ihe West GIBBONS OPPOSES FASHION PARADES Easter Should Be Day of Spirit? ual Joy and Celebrate Spirit's Resurrection. fBy Telegraph to The Tribun?.] Baltimore, April -1.? Cardinal Uibbona is opposed to Kaster fashion parade?, e.nd in his Kaster message to-day deplores the increasing tendency to frivolity and dresa display on the church holiday. He ?aya: "Easter should be a day of spiritual Joy. a day for the celebration of tne resurrection of the spirit, a day in wmch spiritual considerations should be mor? prominent. Any secular or civil activi? ties that Interfere with the true aplrltua observance of the day should be discour Bgad. 1 would include in auch activitie? the tendency to overemphasize fashions. I have notne.1 that tendency, and I feel that It should bo seriously discouraged. "Jesus ?'hrist announces the important truth that the glory of His resurrection is the fruit of His passion. I mean the BOfMSBtSl gl y incident to His human? ity, aot the BSBBBtlal glory Inherent In His divinity. While two of the disciples were going from Jerusalem to Kniinaus discoursing on the crucifixion Jesus in the guise of a stranger joined tlietn, and they said to Him. Wc had hoped that Christ would redeem Israel from O entile bondage end would ra aatahltsh the kingdom on a grander bobIS ami ru.e as a conqueror, but our hopes are shaken, for He died B shameful death on the cross.' And Jesus s.u.i to theea: O, ftasUah and slow of ?irait, to betters in ah things whlab tha prophets hav-j spoken. oufut not i'hrist to have ?offered these things and ?o to ? ni. ? into His glorj ' ' "If he had not trod the path of sun'e' fng and 1 niillatlon He would BOt Messiah foret If by the pioph. ts. St. Paul thus expresses the ?ame thought. 'Jeeus debased Himself, taking the fotni of a servant, being made to the likeness Of men. He humbled Himself, becoming obedient unto death, even the death of the cross Por which cause God also exalted Him and hath gtvSB Him a nam? which Is above all names; that at the name of J ?us every knee should low. " BEECKMAN FOR GOVERNOR Newport Society Leader Ex? pected to Succeed Pothier. I My TetegmaB to Tha Tribun-, i Newport. April 11.-R. Uvingston Beeckmaa, Newport society leader, is ex p,. ted by Ins friends to be the next Re? publican eeadldate fee Qoveraer. hi?. boom Increased to-day, when Governor Adam J. POthlsr reiterated his d-ter uilna tloo not to ie ,i i andldaU again. Mr. neanhmau refused to deny that h? would he a Candidate, Last fall he .v., sleeted to the State s.m ate by a lergs ma? jority and ha? been exceedingly i???; with his follow legislators. In poltth has shown all the enthusiasm that he did m so. la I affair?. C. P. R. Hotel Burned Down. Bt Andrews, X. g . April 11 -The Al gonqahv a larga aumnier botel owned by the Canadian PBdAc Railway, WBS atroyad by lire to-day at a loss of pan. .. Tile structure had bOSB rBBOTBlSd re cently and waa nearly reedy to bo opened It contained live hundred rooma, With elaborate fittings. There waa prai tlCBlly no fire fighting apparatus avallal ? ENGAGED. PLEISCHMAN-STEINER Mi and Mrs Henry C Ptetner, of MB Central Parb West, announce thi ? r of thel? daughter E trie- to .Mr. Ferdinand iieisfhnian. Reception B ifter noon. April U, 1914, from 3 until 1. DIED. Adams,HanfordC naraming. D D Harrow. A. l'. Mooncy, Nicholai H Clarkson, ' " L. - ? lam. Depew, Kdward D. u ;.suii, William .-1 ADAMS-In Jacksonville. April 11. Han ford C Adams, of Lenox, Mass. i. i apera i?> a4- copy. BARROW?At lit* Madison Caster eve. April 11. h?14, Archibald Fraser, beloved and only son of Archi? bald Campbell and Elisabeth Pi Harrow, in the Rb fear o? hl.i Bgl Notice of funeral hereafter CLARKSON?AI bis residence, 111 last :<tth st.. on Saturday. April 11, i?1 ?. ? ?rmont Ueingaton Claraaon, son of the late Thomas Streatneld and Mai ' 'larhson, In I ear of his aye. Funeral aervlcea al the Church of the Incarnation, 3?th st. and Madlsoa ave. on Tuesday, April II. at IdO a. m. DEPEW Buddenly, on Prtday, April 10. i.c.i. Edward D Depew, In his Mth \.-ar Funeral aervice will be held al his ate residence, 70 St. Nicholas Place coat- Ifild st i, on Monoay, April 13. at 8 p. m. PLEMMINO Al Jersey City, on April 10, Uli Dudley idgges Flamming. Ku noral aervlcea will be held en Monday afternoon, April IS, at I o'clock from his late residence, 244 Cnrfleid ave, < or? ner Lern berk ave , Jersey City. MOONEY At Raharay, N. J. April ii. ? i Nicholas H . son of Thirza and the lato Nu Kolas Mooney, aged 42 years. Private funeral service? anil he hold at the residence of his ?Ister. Mr* Henrv Hangsterfer, M Maple ave-, on Wad ? day. April if, at tl'JI a. in. BANGER On Baturday, April 11, Abraham riat.ger in the lath rear of hia age Ku? rier, i! servn os at his 1st? residence, 11*? | ,:h Kl'.ir.t Place, Hrook'yn. Sur.da>. iprtt If, at 4 gfejoch. Interment at i Ireenarood. WILBOH _ .__ . MILITARY ORDER OP TH? I.?.*1' LEGION, Uommandery state of tt fork Compenlon Burgeon William Stock!..-. Wilson. T S Vol? . died April ? ? Funeral ?ei ? ? s Sunday, Apni U at 1 :>. in. from his late residen, e .. Montclelr ave. Newark. V J Osm pinlona will attend Bj order of lav master Cerera! Kdwin SteWhr-r. I B. S (retiredi. Commander. Brevet Ueutea Bn( Colonel William B ?'ogswell, C 8 Vol.? . Becord' r DROUGHT, Mrs Anah JOHNSON, Clifton, .". 144 r'...?t l?th ?t.. Apni i" Fum ty S p. av ROSTERY, Arthur :\. . April 10 Funeral to-day - P Bt R 1AGAN. John W . 141 IVeBt 94th ?t.. April l". BROOKLTM AECHTERNACHT. H A I Jefferson live . \pr.l H". DTTNN, 1'aniel J.. IT? WychoB st., April i.?. Funeral Tuesday I a m K\\ ISC Charlea P . lief T?th at. April 10. Funeral to-morrow. TEMPLE, Allan ?'. Ill Howe? Bt, April ii i anerel Tuesday teilt ? m. WAKEFIELD, I'etoi |r.. Ml H>th at-, April 1" Funeral to-day 9 p. m. I.ONC IBLAND BB8IQ, Prsderich P.. Richmond Hill. NKW JKRSKV. BARRT, William m. IS, Israsf <Mty. \ 11 11. FERRIS, Mr* Mars. ,'S. |tf Montgomery ?t. Jersey ? 'it %. April 11, RANDKORD, I Iwln, It. MendhaSB April i iiiu-i.?i Mond?) ? kmkiikii v THF WOOD1 \v*s CBMBTERY. :3.'.J m lu Hartem Train and by Trolley. Olfuv. :*0 F.a?t 23d St.. R, f.