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PLEASES THRONG "Rosciikax alier" Charms Enthusiastic Metropol? itan Audience. A NEW SOPHIE IN THE CAST *\is> i Izabeth Schumi Makes I i npresstoi on First -Inericai Appearance. Rt sanhava Gorman nov , ? night ?. era House ? |ht well have unlim , and n the ? and ho l we may ? al . can r, ? ? - . I - ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? - filed ? ?* ?o utterly ?mprc - . .i that -.? any ? ? con h this pro ? a good - breaks into I ?^ shows ?r have ?ments nceritiea ? ? ..- tl r?t?y another irchallin . hieve . tyand ' ? we can d all he humor largely ?uc ? :?; and the typica' -? ho took the ..s Sophie. It d?but. will mean Mis.? ? ..! firm i . what and au ? i. and ? Loomis Tav MOTHERCRAFT PRAISED Dr. Dean Tea fict ? ? Shows Need o? Care of Infants. ? I av.. ? night Worn ? ? ? ? our H E WAMT SORORITIES BACK ? iris Start Movement ? ?lion. . alumna? ? ? Helen . Butlei ii of Bar ? ? the iii 8fc11'' Puniishinfi. ? ? f Am ?ld Silvtr Cruet Brings $122 collec : I d $!__ paid $122 r an 'NEW NAME. OLD INITIALS ule to From? .? Ubb ful Giving Herealtor. ii ssaj take twe aogatlves to make ?o afirmativo, oui a few hundred Snugs la?t night turned onv negative Inte s .reit big afirmativs The aogetivs wai the name of their organization, the v for the Prevention of Ueelees Givins AI their m.i uni meeting, nt I 'ication hesdqu mil i, ?'? w I ' Wtfc st , U ltd thai In these times of stress they could BO longer be content under a title which i I i onlj negation. Bo it was aa nounced by Mrs Auguol Bolmont, the president, I i ??ith thev would own n- ths Society for the Pre I) of l Beful lii\ inn. "This snobles ua to keep our Inl tlals." she sau!, "und OXPfpoSOOO what we are an active force for roo.I \ SSI piece of useful giving, the will turn over their dues, which are 10 cents each, tw the Vacation Wni Relief ? ommittee. ***? there are thou ?anils ol Splits, this means a sub?tati tral help. TRIP ROUND WORLD THEIR HONEYMOON Fly and Bride. Former Mrs. West Pollock. Start on Tour to Fast a Year. Mi- Sara Louisa CarsOOl Pollock. widow of West Pollock, was married to Edward riiappell Ely, of this ot>, yei terday afternoon in the i'hurch of ths eel of the church palms, oak leaves and pink chrysanthemums. Dean Gros vonor, COUSin of the brideirioom. per* formed the ceremony, which was fol :? ion at the Gotham. The bride, >?i." was given awaj by >? h? r, m ? re pale pink chif I th iintiiiue filet laee, ., eourl train held by four ? Her hat, of paie p irk ( ?ah? trimmed with a flat band of pink . feathers, she earned sunrise roses and pale mauve orchids tied with broa.i '.on. Mi- Grosvenor Ely. of Norwich, Conn., was her only attendant. rose? I In deep rose e chiffon velvet with a hat of elol trimmed with p'nk roses. H?? r bouquet whs of pink chrysanthemums. (?rosver.or Ely was best man, and th? were Tilomas Blsgden, jr.. of Washington; Tau! Dossal W? Wal ? Brooklyn; Franklin W. (?lazier oi South Glastonbury, Conn.; D< P. Green, of Potts W. Goddard, of this . Mr. Ely and his br world, stopping in India. China, Japan and Egypt ? ?? away about a year, and on their return will live in this city. Mrs. 'Stonewall" Jackson 111. Charlotte, N. (., Nov. _o. Thomas J, Stonewall) Jackson, i of the Confederate general, is seriously ill at her home here. She is ? . four vears old. Time Curta AFTERNOON. 2:00?Wars of the World-Hlpiodrorie M< 11 I Ground... .Wlnti r ? .Mai I ' 2:10- Pyjmalion . ' . ; lah. . Ka,, korbockor ? rel . X.-vv An.? ' .?rl. -. .? "orn- lv Gal? ly '.. .?. York i-tli St. ? r . Of JaOVlllK 2:20- Thl t Sort . I . The ?ellow Tick. ? . H .| .Pulte ? . La? ura i. Man.?. ? ? i im-. ... ? 'ohan ; : 'hanton. Rival .... The Lila? ! "?mino.i It . Kick In .Republic 2:30?1 Mr. Wu.Ma. ? .M.irnai-'. I Juri?, .\ i air of ?silk Stocklnaa, . i.ittle AFTERNOON FEATURE FILM3. 1 to 11 - Back.Kur-.- ?. 2:15?i ?birla .Weber 2:30?Littlo Angel of Canyon Creek Vital 12 to 11:30?Alisto? i a ?> .HI EVENING. 8:00?' HI Pl rlroin? .Metn . I Troval Lucis ? . .M Inter .Manhattan 8:10?Girl fi ? k? rbocker . L 8:15?'J . G . ' ? ' ?ni. .Globe ? .Comedy ..Siiiil?-it ? ? go ....... i ; ,,, i . raffle.New , oik I8th 3t. ? r. I . ? and His ? irvln. 8:20? Tin- Y< i. i '" Trial .Candi? i Twin Beds. . . i .Harria The ft .Astor " Ps -' e....... ohans ? m III val, .PI ; ? la? l'oui..' o. 14,?, ?., .l-ltinae ;: 8:30?i .Booth What it Meai ? m s \'.. Loni Mr. WU.Mix:!.,. Elliott Ths Marriage of Columbine h and Judv ge.Little FEATURE FILMS. 1 to II?BO) ..irdene B'15?Cablrts 8;30__l, ? Creek Vltagraph 12 to 11:30? AJ . V..UDEVILLE HOUSES. 12 to 11:30?? Broadsray K . ? im ret? Ins Royal ? \. j ;, '.t?. 1.'... . C< . .1 ' ' ? ,r:i .rnlirii BURLESQUE. . 1:16 Col imbla .|:1Ci, .....Murray lidl KING AIDS STAGE REVIEW FOR RELIEF Albert Patron of Belgian Fund Benefit at the Strand Theatre. RAILROAD LINES TO CARRY GIFTS FREE More Red Cross Doctors and Nurses Will Sail for the War Zone To-day. Kiiiic Albert of lieluuitn and EbUB I uel Havenith, Belgian Minister to the United States, aie patron?* of the bOBO th?? Strand Theatre on December . m Kehef Kund. The ? imme Will consist ?>f a review of the American stride, with more than thirty actors in the characters which made oua, The liai m? ludes Mrs, Patrick Campbell, as Molleando; Mme. M Hodda Gabler; Mrs ?Sol? Smith, .?- tin- nurse in "Koiii.'i an.I Juliet"; Mir .lalle Cowl, in "W'lth ir the LaW**? Mies Marie l'or.?, as (?liver Twist; Mis< Annie Ruesoll, m "She St"'')'> !?? t i?"i|-.ier"; Miss Marie 1 . . inn- ; Ulli rriin II. David Hamm; William iham, n. lato; Robert Mantell, King I ear"; Henry Miller, in "Th?? Onlj Way"; Weber and Field, Mar ?are; Anilin, in "The Taming of the tterton, Mias Coghlan, Mis?. Edith Wynne Mattfa Dorsiat, Miss Mary Shaw, Miss rh\ : li? Terry, Henry Dixey, Drea W lliam Gillette, Thomas li m-.t-is Wiloon, I- ?ranees Starr, Viola ? n Plymptoa and ?\ h ?I aside. Mrs-. August lielmont is chairman of ths committee, and the list of patron lera include? Mrs ' 'or? Delias Vanderbilt, Mir-. French Van derbilt, Mrs William Watts Sherman M al . the Belgian < lonsul ; M re ,ri Stewart. Mrs. Otto Kahn. Mr?. H. K. Huntington and Mrs. Arche1 Huntington. The ' ommissioa for Helief in Ilel t'iui". which il the New York brauch if the London American Com? lay addei Infant foi li ?.? the i id h im, and all women'i clubs in the re uri ?? I to at sist in collecting baby foodi ["he hoadquar - v ay, Al! the railroad trunk linos raM of i d rth I to cany f m irked "War Rel ? I nod to thi ? ? !ar repr?sent?t! which the The . the comrrr piers on th ?tinted ? ir the contributors ! of ? . denrelde $10,41? r ?-. ? ? - from Lewis! I Rumford, Me., i. ?in the 1.? < amp-Kir?- I lub \itl. The Camp-Kir? . ?I by ?he ?.?.,-. to cancel i its a inter banqui ti and ? ??o M. Havenith, the Belgian Ml the pur ? rough he Londoi ?? ? . to Mr. W h it Im - ? The Red Cross Fund amount tribu 11,417 WS '".. ?>? l?r Hern hen.'. 'I". ?? more Red Crosi of nursea and ,.1 for . to-day on 'and. Units -' a- i '? an Mr?. . ? H. M?i li lampshiri rosa, I. A i I. Rod i and Miss Anne K. Ea The Prii.' Wall 1 to $76,200 :- \ ?'The Pawl ' . The 1 imounted to 407 51. Mrs. .1. P. Mori buted ? mous $750. The Jewish R which Han ? ceived $1,846 yesterday, bringing the tote] up to I I. Paul i-i'iitrib ' ? . Th?' Salva' ? \i ? ?t? make ' i ? ,.11 over tii to 1 nun i, Uready thi . d Omi ? College Men SS I hauffeurs. College men will sail to-day on the \. m '? ? ? They ai lenri I'" t. I ?m- N. Bal i,.-... I i ...-.? ..'.. Loi ' ? V .1?. . ? Richard Lawrence, J ? 1 -?arles Re? d, jr., 1 ttuck, J S t .??!,i 1 nor of admin ? man of the Suf? folk i . I lance < ?orpa. oby will give a - -. Re lid, W, r\ Prince and or Mitchel becan the Coi sinner i B. Davis, Mi and Mrs. t I ? man H nan fell upon bin ? .i.oi conai ? ? from the sale of thi ? , pf Mere] ? mi ? , ? li. Starr I I give i ?. i (0 t?? the Mercy l The American Ambulance Ho .i. Pal jamin Bn -?-rtlay and $250 from Isabel H. Kn??-- The total of this ? The fund for tltute fami!.. ai ' r ' onti ibut ions ? iiad hi-t i. acknow . ? i da), HENRY ST. BAZAAR BUSY New Settlement Building Gives Way to Local Relief. ? unbonneti at the oj ? niag ol the I ? .?f the Henry Street Settlement, at the Settlemeni quarter?, 101 Henry st. The ' i will ?iintinue to-tlay and to-nior rew, ipeaing at 11 a. as, I it? in?,' to the nze of the room only a faw himdriil porOOBS could be a?! milt??! at a tune, and the itCBOi WBS Ailed all evening with a waiting list. The bazaar wai 01 Igiaally planned to ram.? fund? ft>r a now settlement build lag on ttie East Side, bal the distraes caused bv the WBI hau changed thti plans I'lie nioney will be contnhnted to B loan and relief fund, to be ad tared by the setUomoal trustees sad xs 111 be lined only for local relief ?oik BALLET REHEARSAL AT MISS MORGAN'S Preparing for Benefit to Help Unemployed, as Well as War Sufferers. '?ns hundred pretty girls raptured Anne .Morgan's home at 21H Madi? son av. yesterday ai,?l rehearse?! the dunces for the ballet "l'an.lora's Hox." m which they will appear at the 7th Regiment Armory December 4 and 5 || to be a benefit for the Vara ? tien War Relief ? ommittee. and the money realised ?ili be used t?> keep going the four workrooms in which the It tee fiada warb fer almost one h uitdi id girl members of the army of the unemployed. |They make hesp? tal i garments and other auppliea for war rere. Miaa Morgan said this benefit was unique because it wae the first organ? ised to help American women. "i>Br enterprise kills three birds With one St. 'ie." she declared. "It gives work to ' who have lost their places because oi the war; it finds permanent place for these womoa, and it produce! auppliea for the hospitals m Europe and the refugees. I don't there ii another committee that is doing ?so mat.\ thing al "i.e stroke." The proceed oi 11 s benefit will be use,i also t.. support the employment bureau oponed by the Vacation Com? mittee at 3$ West 39th .sf. In tilt two and ..in. half month?. sinCO it was ? rtrude Robinson Smith .-aid yesterday, fourteen hundred frirls have applied ?or work. Three hundred sad fourteen have been placed, mostly in offices, but eleven hundred are still i:, tin? regie try, "Pandora's Box" Is fournie?! on Creek mythology, When the ballet opens Pan? dora Mrs. Frederick Dalsiel is dis? covered, seated and veiled, in Olympus. She ? awakened by the "Rosy Hours," laneing maidens, whe hear earth, where Hermes givea her the mvstei ? . bo -.. A mo it uneom fortahle time follow .rig of ' ' ? box, bat all ends ha| . ily when Hone Mis? Angelica Brown dai ami promiaes to rema IS, Miss Mercury, David Bis ph: tu ? part of Vulc IB, and Mr?. Algernon Boyi 01 and Miss Joan Whit i idge of ths players. led bj M ' ' 0 la Morgan. Claflin, Mis Barbara Rutherford and Miss Marjorio Curtis 1 ?oddesses. RELIEF PLEA BY CARDINAL FARLEY Sends Letter to Priests of Dlo eese Asking Collection for War Sufferers. 1 ?linal Farley yesterday sent a let - the priests, to be read at mas?? in all churches in the ?I OCC 0 on BBB ' ? is: "\ you are aware, the unnatural ? ? ? ? ? i? at Of only a few months' durai on, elation and ?;?? that no ?-ear in 11 ? nailed. "A hole cities I...- ? i ? ped out and SB, women and chil or home, in ? itution, and auf ?, the winter upon them. "Especially is this true oi Belgium, the war in the we?t. ?i hereby direct that s eoll?eetion be ni? in all the el arehi i of th - ? Sunde] November tt, tot tims "f the European war. "I make this appeal t.. the faithful tv it li a deepi r IB '? of its urgent and than I haw ever e\ efore, "ll,ir lit. Pope Benedict XV. in hii i eei aye 'The t does not i"ii:n te-daj 'lhe people talk to day of In other-hood mon than they eve have before, yol . ? hood i ? Ignored to a dec-re? i than ever before. Nations, i individ?ala are di ? more than they are by po Itical I ronl Is "Tin if Advent is inch at hand. May we all, pre-* and p?'o tie give ourselvei to earneat prayer i may Had i nfliet h'-irk ?n brother hood to the son - borne from the tt r iod by the angelic to the bills of Bethlebi ? . S} < ? PAVLOWAHASNEWDANCES Will Show Them Tuesday Night in Aid of Red Oros?. ? Pavlowa's last appearance i ?? Il take cas of the Music n '. l'h t . ?.p two entirely new dances. , i.,. pi he American He.I two new dunces r.ic entitled ? ? "Fair* Doll") and purgis Nacht." The firat is full of fa i?, and ; i centred around a Pa? ?. of the early 80' . Por ? gllah art.-' Sima has ... ? bage - which h unan be . n - MRS. VOS PAYS $695 FOR SILVER TUREEN Antique and Modern .Metal Brings SU.069 in Day at Havemeyer Sale. rue. French, Dutch, English and ? on of ?.after? ? ? total of K'rand : i 60 A Lou ?r ?V"I the top ? ? IBB. 1 iiorna- E . to Mrs Herber? ? - i pair of Louis ? ? ? luceboati boat Otto - " He also antique ? !>earin-z a bust portrait ? nt of arm? Id, King of Poland i K.77-1 ',!'?''?. both Of which ??re SflSBOSSOd in hi| , fol throe Kng - . graved with - It des . made by I I orna i with cupide, animals, shell, gne, ?<-i?' bought F. Strohmeyer for $41''. He gave ? ' Quinze | hall of i.'.':?. ! iiu ule 00 afternoon. ACADEMY TO HAVE HOME OF ITS OWN Sloanc Tells of Promise of Site and (nit of Building Fund. I GOLD MEDAL OOES TO JOHN S. SARGENT Members Hear Free Verse Poem and That "Dixie" Is Real National Hymn. Vftthla two -rears the American Acad? emy and National Institute will bo es? tablished in this city in a building of j their own, according to William Milh ir?n Bloaae, chancellor of the academy, i ?ho Spoke Ht the third and last session j ?f the two bodies at Aeolian Hall yes tiriiu>. The site Iihs been promised, he said, the sole condition being thai work on the boildiaf he Well started within live >ears. Mr. Bleone refused to state the j location, but added that the gift of a litron sum had made an early begin? i Blag possible. Bdwia Rowland Blaahfleld, following: ' the chancellor, latrodueod Mrian Hook er, who n ad a free vene pot m i "The Maker of Images." Arthur Whit me, \\Y<> spul.?' or, the "American Composer," declared all 1 irrcat music national, expressive of the national temperament, of such nation , al muaic three ?onu? formed the su preme example, "The Marsetl ehanred with 'i" s,,::i <? f Prance; the "Radetakj March," with thai of Aus? tria, ai,'I "Dixie," wirb that of our own country, i ?. ?, far more Amer? ican than "America," the tur.e of which had boon borrowed from England, ? which had taken it from (iermany. "American composers toe often lack technique," he seid, "and th? public's prefrrer.ee for European music that i'i'. '.? n ii ?fled We have Inher? ited s Yankee taste for mak? fron? ' for 1 shifts were a condition of life. h i ft. In r.. feat 1 ? if eomp srs s ho s ? them from jn -t ei ?i ???-in. lei th? m ? ? her thai the onl; eompi er s ho loi s art mors than the arl I "Ni. doel bring g? nius," de? dared l'a-l I?" "Model n i ? nd? es ?i i ??.. ? ? make :,ui| ng ' ? futur ? the ab surd ??.-i. trytni to r eks of of of ' , "A ."? meibii ? ? for painting eras awarded to J ! now m Eui . , $750 FOR CRYSTAL FISH Good Prices at Second Session of Bailey Art Silo. An ? . ,?i century rock crystal fish, tr i trimmed erjrsl prie? ;?'?'?:. of the !!?.:? the Fifth Avenue Art Gall? riei William Dr? for it. c W. Mel I M for a car\, d Adam d >ard and |290 for .i ' room suite, ui hoist? reo In r? d Eight Jacobean dining chairs, up ied in Flan 11 y. wenl to F. Holme.- ?oi i???'?.'. snd Edward P. O'Reilly, as a, " for a pair of old English h price for .i set i ivory ?' el? i ivrett? ? old Hopple** tlite sn ?hairs in ? namel, d?corai. went for $216 te F. ?' Matthews. The total of ths aftornoo i session | ii,_i i. giving s present t. ? ?-r;.'.""i. The sals eloaes this noon. AMATO SYMPHONY SOLOIST Will Sing in Second ol Satur? day Eve. Popular Series. p, anale Amal me of th.? Metro] hei added to tl ' appear . .. id of the Symphoi y S i "i opular series" o ? men' "., Park a\. snd -'Hth st., on No vembei I lock Thi New York Symphony Ore of 100 mu der the din e/altei Damrosch, will play the "Tannhluser" overture the Be? I Fifth Symphony and the Enesco i: . man?an Rhap od? No. 1. ? . from "< sr : ilng "Coro Nome," from ? will play the LI I ?.elude a duct by Miss 1.;. ? Mr. Amato THEATRICAL NOTES. ?| h? ' i the Commit I ii being by the Siakfc ' '? com ? M rs. Pa1 ri? l bell in "The _ Mrs. I Edith VVynn? Irriim ? sber, G ral ar.d l'hilrp Morivale. Much of th? s is dus to the War Relief Con Society, ? hich ?ncludi - Mn ? I .Mr?. Ellis, Mrs. Noi Mrs, J. Bordea Harriman, r il La I'aul Cravath, I r Huntington and M Hapgood, ' Yn\rm "The Spotlight" I... ? . . Ided upon as the title of J.iir,. I ? Collinge and ulive Muy i p. which in . ' - ? . "The ? ?r.'s Apollo ' ?re in Atlai tic Clti N .'? ' ?.ion for the Tom McNaughtott, who ?< playing in "Su.i" at ? ? ? ,*will mak? .ppearani e si th? IVintOl 6a ng as a s; ? ure of the G "Al Jolson Nlgl ?? celebrated next Friday at "?"hez" M ,ur.?... Maurice and Florence Walton hive arranged h ; legramme which includes a mono.n^ue by AI Jo. Shoppinur I. Gran? ?He, Cecil < i Mc? Saaghl Evott, l Harry Can 1 be programme will btgin at ll u'.lo.k. VliMNIE REAM HOXIE DEAD Famous Washington Sculptor HI Only Three Wf-eks. [VM , MM 1 WashlagteB, Hop M Mrs. Vinni" Ream BmIo, wife of Ooaeral Richard | I?. Hoxie, F. S. A., died at her home, on Parragai Sqaare, la tins city, af'er *n , illneai of ?three areeks al I e'cleeh this morning '| h<? funeral will be held at St. John'i Chareh at ItM o'clock on ?Monday sfternoOB. . boat known b] tbraham Lincoln, stands In the rotunda of the United Hapil ...-?: ? eely li nowned for th?? equestrian statue of ? Admiral Parragut, standing in full view from hoi house. She was acquaiated manv of the mai men apd women of her time sad was a familiar figure in the drawing roonu of Waah Genoral Hoxie was atron? time En 1 gini" r Commiaaieaer of the r>i?triet of bat is now on the army re I :?-t. F.D.MOLLENHAUER, SUGAR HEAD, DIES _ He Was Vice President of National Refining Co., Which fie Formed. 1 i?? liTirk l? Mollet tor, ?? ??? ???nt of the National Sigar Refining Company and identified with many othei heart av., Brooklyn, late Thursds Mr. Mollenhauer wa- I lead? ing figures m the su;;ar industry. He born in New York on December B, 1800, of Gorman ancestry. His parents moved to itrooklyn when he was four years old, and ho received public schools ami 1'".. ?* Institute. At the age of six t<?er: he elite! ed the employ of the Rus? sell Irwin Manufacturing Company, anil i- roeigned to travel abroa 1 On his return !'??? took a position I'.. II. Howell, S .?is fc Co., im Five I his brother, .1 i an independent lugai venture, ? had re' Ired, fol ? Sugai ? y and built the I? ! my of New me vice ? ikrh his of nsolidation was ? much ? . in? resourci I ? -lr. Mollen ? uban :an Suirar Corel Paper Comp .-.;,. the McKee tu president of the . ? merger of the ' ompany ?? the Cil ? of the former institution and ! ? i ..,!? ? Com .. orbed by the Mechanic ? Bai '?-. He was a m?- be? <>'' the Brooklyn League of tSSOCia r.. of the Nineteenth Ward (mprovemi \.dation and of Disi riet Dispon tal il .s clubi " ara the Hanover, the Automobile Club of \ ?irk ITacht and the ? In '-?'.'ii Mr. Mollenhauer v. M?-- l ? ?_-. daughter of tl ?? . it H.ratio Craig Besides hie wifi er, two brother's, J. .?'i h. f. y. tor, M i -. .1 Hen : . Th?- Iuneral will be - home ?noun. The ?Rev, John r of St. ? hui-fh. ? --. ! by ? Jol 'i I le A lams, pastor ibyterian Church, will orfic. ! will he in thy Mollenhauer mausoleum, in Cr,.,.ri Aoul Cemetery. DR. RICHARD DIES AFTER OPERATION German Professor at Columbia Was Peace Advocate He? fore the War. Dr. Km. ? I? Richard i lect? urer on he history of German culture and literature al daj after an operation for He was fifty old and a native of Bonn, whei ??' the n 1888. ighter sur him. The ihi'.i ?h i"' :-? a Red ? ilorf, Germany. of 'i??- '1er ' ? vice Bt of the F? .-e So ? rmi n \ ericans hen in their protest against what they Writ The Tribune early in October aid: "I myself, after a faithful servies t" ? if my adult itti of plat? of my I they .! i moment to hurt mv sent menti and treat my ooin :< na " ' ? ft for us but iva this if circu ? allow tha?. to rith the eoa ? DR. GEORGE IAME8 BAYLE8. II.t: ? , Nov. 20 l?r. Ceorge olumbia F- and an authu: it ' N. J., Dr. ? . II Church Law I Law." Ho also ? amen? tar. 1! .'ion. I ir. i of ?the Now Y?.rk '. '-. the I So? in Hinter! H II II ?-. .rued. ( HABLES WtIGHT. Chai time commu sion merchs , vet eran i : . horn ? ?m rf \ I I 1 '..t W r ???.? H . n the ? ? af 1811 Two ? sons ami tari i daughters survive him. -1 The Tribune Money-Back Guarantee Just as the many safeguards of a great modern railroad system protect you on your journey?so THE TRIBUNE GUARAN? TEE OF ADVERTISEMENTS protects you on your excursions into the advertising col? umns of THE TRIBUNE. Your Money Back If You Want It. TRIBUNE INDORSE] BY TRADE PRI Money ? Hack Policy Decl One That Should B? Followed. The Tribune's mo ? night received tho lad? : i'i.'i d ? i'r ? 11 ? W. H. Ukers, nun?? i address to 125 members of the or, "The Trll I newsf ! in the United i policy of return torn? r Ukers of The Tribune ir .ni in joui ? followed. T can be nol s particle of doubt o Other .-penke:s ? re '" sph l'r York ?v School of Common-' GODDESSES GO CHEA! Life Size Marble Mercy, $' Is Highest Price at Sale. A es figure I ? ? ? Art '. A P. ? buyer. T ' smaller ? hit? ? to F Sh.ppatd for $??'.: and ". B. Ell for a lai jade vi i ?i run \ ?s?et 01 - . j . -, i COATES FUNERAL TO-DAY. Th.? honorary ps Of " 'I r 0 Whitn? '. !.. o . ?'"'? ?? i Amory, Arth .1 Merrill, Huuh M irraj ? u' in o'clock tl ? . Bartholomew 'a Chun -, 14 liop Da?. 11 Greer, ? it. the Rev. I ? -. \\! ?I I- <.<l!M. on ro-DAY. Ai >? i \ Y - : . - a m. 4 \ DIED ? gs J. Horrell, C J. \ li. mb, S A. ? . i *l. J. A W. R. I . BAYLES on Noveml . residence, Hartford, Conn .'? i ' .'!. ? Boyle i, M. I?. In the ISth year ? ?.. ! j..'',o p. m . Ml, N. J. BENJAMIN- At his 1914, I i imin. Funeral -? will he hel I at h - Stral ' - il r... on Tuesday, No vember . I p. m. At Atlanta, Ga . OB Xov.m ln r of Mr- .) i morn av, ?H.ti more. Baltimore, Boaton, Providence, Ulanta . -ngelei ana San Frai 1 .? ;. , I.'>-7 ERRE 0 ,.-" in, Low? 1,,A' snee, 1. VFes ? Notice of funeral hereafter LUDINGTON The funeral of th ? ? Ludington ? ? hurch '!l I-:-*"??? I - inday No? rn. A loi c.,r m .,.,, t? ..,,, train I? .. hing Ne ? rh at 7:11 p. ,,, It i. re.; . that no flowers I ? sent DIED. M0RRELL . No ' 20, 1914. I i Jos? ? ? I ? ' Morrell, h year. Funeral late ?londay, No p. m. ? ? I latr '.[. I)., ' Noi . November i*. 1911, ' ir, srife of j :>?. her imily. WAYLAND In ' .; her late I? ;ice. IT'i ? moon, ar o'clock. WRIGHT I F., suddei Wright. . ? HATTAN ANT? THE BRONX. Kill EHER ? " ' ' el si. ral to? morrow. _ p. in. ? p. m. ? . to-morrow, 2 .?. to. RATTHER1 I ???, d RUQ1 SULLP ? No'.. tVEGENKAUFF, Henr* iper 31. ? ni. ? i Sterling Plac? veml" BOWERHAN, I? 14- G av., ! .s to-da\, B p, ? M'GLY aped ni. i Ad? 19, agi . EN, J ihn i irltoa ar., ?1 to . 2 p. m. mi av.. . : Senrlees to ? STABI s, Itth at, ?'ov? to-morrow, 2 p. rr???\. 1 p. m. 1th It, DOYLE, I ? lufort Hill, Nov.- er 19, i. m. . ?t. and \??venibor 1* - p in. ??h It, Funeral . tn. . Weehaw ? er St. ??iiksv. antea . M'MAHON. Frank, M Un oa st, Ho . wovombei MEYER, Mar ??:.? K Bff It . Patei si 19, agvii 6*4 Kuneral to-day. - p. m. 1 ?' . Ho il Mon a. m. MORO :. ?t , Ho ! I4tl il. : ? ' EPEA1 I "? '. ' . it, We?t or W i i .y ? I Ml.I I Uli * I in WOODI km H ? 1 Mi I IKY ad b* Trolley. .j .... .-- lu N. X.