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HALT LABOR WARS Colorado Woes Impressed Need o? Studying In? dustrial Relations. ?_ FOUNDATION WILL DIRECT STRIKE PROBE Mackenzie King to Seek Causes 0f Trouble Relief Plans Bared in Statement. _, ik i* ' _, }'tt "',.a:. it.on blame *?-??>'-?.' ? ' '? v.--..-. lersUi dings, ilar poi t of ?*"? jr . statement is \m tsrtinent, ? much i .. a trouble? il ni? it is Sft ? foandatior. ; ?ion for W ? ' :' ,,!4rch? ?d tns: la the matter was aandevco.-.r?-" ?'? diu ?urb?r.ces ii pressed the ?swegtai er ? Foundation John I?. Rocktie^er. -ited ?ndpabvc : feetive mea: - such con? flict?. ?i?i ' - ? lur 'Tncr.r,? ? -trial relations as IN ' lte in" ouirv t?1 '' could direct iU at -;n v,e'A v aroused in Colorado and in-oh? I not ii terfere in that litosl o . but that it was of the HBMl that the root f?U,?.. lar disturbances should he sscetf -.meted, no orsdo, but elsewhere," conl i nt. "Thf Rod Found? ion Is, moreover, i corporate MSSfitJes, and in that capacil ?ire?:* -, ' in maintaining har Ueniei the com -??nies is ? : and their implo: tn?t if the i could work out on s basil eo nonuc improvement in the LUlstioi I ??' it wouiii : obligation as in plover ?? form ?S public a gl ?oci?! lervici could siong usual philai tbropic lit ?!?o fell '.' ? any? thing :'". 1 ' 'inn could do \ woui. conform I ?abtatet mely, to promote the we'.ibeing of mankind.' Tribt'e - Macken? fonr.tr!> < who * ? partment. "He sai statement. to the Kounda iid any fon wgsaial to sppear tl rrtended to ri-s! or ? the work of ex? isting . ticular the noria ernme: .*. ncies. ?rod the work will be akin to 1 - Rockefeller In? s$Mr. K v. ries have to do with Wstti * Ititude ?ill be ? cian who inves : causes of the ?etho.. g - with which he ht to to the d reme? te?." Other :-. I F BH alluded it announce ? utitt in relieving the poor of York City. Th< Association for Im Ssvnag ?? ? : the Poor will iition Becietj I the Brooklyn !<?a of Chsi Founds" -h.at the ?: ??de ? of various Hesl csarital ? tations, and the r?siliai rid in? dustrial depress on have en eint ai hon Other appro; rial i of special sig aierar.' ? ? ? Two million and dollars to the P.-,, -. Med ? beddings ai ?srd :-. ?*y Co Sj'tiB?? ft ? loss; tract of ? -?' "' t'es Comrr.- , _s a refuge for migra? tory tnt*. SHYL?CK NO JEW, WISE DECLARES Rabbi. Defending Race. Asserts Shakespeare Mad No Real Kwhrledge of Hebrews. ? . who Is ?Rd I .ction ?na r , -, t?o? fia?.'. ees anil i!?? aright did not ^s?e r, . ?w?.r - "Sh k *'U I*' with 1 ^^^B uid t.* ?' -, out of Eng ??TeiM *...' ay wa? ?US but m handful rc ,"?-? ^** r. . would i - ..' si he did? f?, aj. ".' *h home. SstmL. faithful '.;'? u. .i,*"*' ?" ' ?a*.? ' .lock's char ?w ik, '?*??..?' ?uch ? *h?* I ' ? ' '? w;'v rtten?, ? ??? .', *? imrr '.? to gain a ?ible Sunday Ig Observed. ? - i ? Im?! il < (,,-,. k Pr?-? ???., :7th ?t., ??. , Wail ,t? the g??. th? P.. |)r VViUitB, T Mar. ? It's Advertised in ?helribunc It's Guaranteed. J^ ?idi^rij P.I#, Fsrot Column. WOMEN TO SEE WHITMAN' Suffragists to Give Him Tips for First Message. The taffragiltl IT! Koine- to hi '"-heart talk with dovernor-elert ?hitman to-morrow. He h.,? put him ? r mercy, tgreeing ? a it hit oftet tt wai arranged I Political f tion, and Mn Blatcfa ?:. ? Tht ia< than ?ill be Mi Beard, 1rs. John Rogara, r.. Mis '?' - Miller and Mr-. Raymond Brown foi tht Empira Statt Can i ommittee, ami whin they git throujrh talking |f Mr. Whitman doesn't know just what he ought to taj tbout votes tor women in his first mottagt to the L?gislature his only txcutt will be thiit he didn't list? n. KEYSTONE FETE PLANNED Pennsylvania Society Will Hold Dinner Saturday Night. The Ptnaiytranil Society will hold th annual dinner on - uay treaing at the Waidorf-A v. ith Edwin s. Stuart, former (?ov ernor, the society's presid? lag, and Ambatiador Nao:'., of Argen? honor. Other in will I?.- Gorernor-eloct Hrum ? lylraaia, and B \ ? ame ir ol the iltty, tht ylraaia Womtn will girt I i lanual dinner in tht Waldorf Btnt of the hotel, the later tahiag bo\<-s in the grand rtem for the Pennsylvania Society his. NEWS OF PLAYS AND PLAYERS Frohman and Belasco Plan a Six-Star Spring Production. By HECTOR Tl RNBILL. Charlea Frohman at,ended a per? formance of "The Phantom Rival" at the Belasco Theatre the other night ? ? thing whtn he left the building. By that time it had been : that .Mr. Frohman and . ei should present a number of star-, probably six, in a new produc? tion aext spring, Mr. Rt la-co tgTOat to have the play ready by March; Mr. Frohman will the stars. Thus ended the lir.-t n the two maaagtn had found time in twenty years ti sit down to? gether and review their pasts. A tou.' if many citie: is promised. I'nemployed American act? rt and are to profit by a fund that will be titablitned bj i tin re? O? I -peca! mat ?li?e of "PlB? Box" at tht 44th Street Theatre Friday afternoon. Mita .Anne M and Mi.-s Flisabeth Marbury made ar rith l ? ? Bl iberl day by which this Greek ballet, which rai it luccetiful when produced under the lUtpice* ol tht Vacation 1 'tec in the Tth Regiment armory last week, will have this single theatre .?n. Mary Goddard Kellogg. of Man who wrote and pro? duced the spectacle, has waired loyal ? d giren he:' own ten The sanie ?ast of ll?0 society girls wiil r aira in. Incidentally Mill Edith Wynne Mat for two aip;,. er? ?? moon, in "Pandora's i d Mra. Tanque ray," which lira. Patrick Cempb? ? Ian t< repeat lor the benefit of the Ducheta of Weatnin? tal In Le Touuuot, France. The duchen is a iiiter-in-law of Mrs. Campbell. _ The "Watch Youi Step" special train of IW? arrived from Detroit . and a final rehearaal a ill be held at the New AlBiterdam The? I I before >: tO morrot d Mrs. Vernon I Frank Tinney, Brice and Km?,-. Elisa Murray, s? ; ? ?. Halligan .. and 100 othem ? ngaged by Charlea IMlling ham for thll new Irving Rerlin mu ihow. From nearly ">00 contestants xvho responded to A\ Joltoa'l invitation to . cin-rus for "Sitter s g Shirt? ?' ? " which, he .h "Dancing Around" at thi been led to Thomas }, Ross, jr., .per writer. He get* a box at the Winter Gtrdtn for thi -, a > kiiockfr? ?toul.l prefer aonie - ter, of 871 ? ? i- ? Harry Wileox, of 7 >. t h st.. mav have two seat^ g the third ch?ru?. Mr. .lolson will ling the new to-light ' lordaa'a nea play, m ?? -n will appear, H. H. Mary Natb, Fred Hamilton Rerelle Other er 1 are ? . . ? : ... y of "I 'ti i . i ran*. ' Inthrop Ame* foi th* An.?-i lean play "Children of Eai I ?., librettist of ' ? : at i archill'* ;?"? i farm? ? . ? t? rdat morning. There ? ira McNtughton led ? ? In b) taurant. A eat had by nil. lilt VIIUI XI, MH. - K. H. Sotl ern ' ?led with a to the appeal of I oner to carry on tht work , . tort' Fund of America.' " I ? .anee ?>f the home on Statin _ B? | Em will ? "Priven," a com? . Lob? Alaaaadra Carlitli return-, 'ohis play. ii f'o. are fomini 'i fourth raHt ?o "i." opening U I?av in the Mid'lle 1. ? The BhaberU will tatertain tM chil- | um ?' ? Hebrew Orpbaa A-yium II .ppodrome thi* afternoon. A . numb?i ??H attend "'?Vari? of I the World" to-morrow afternoon -, Taliaftrr*, has b??-n Mgu-edl ky ??,. .i. -. L '?ashy Ptatart I'lay ! my, *nd will ke her fir I Dim ?pp-arance in 'Young P.omaiice," by Willi* -fill??, brethei ol B, De lull*, th?; l i '? . Blaettingdali Brethen have pur- ? ? .ht'- performance at Marnmer ?teiriii LtliBgton Avenue Open Ilou?*. At all Keith thi WOW Year'* a-V0 th*i two performaneet, the ... 7:80 and the othei a? 10.M o'clock. THIRD COLLEGE IDEA OPPOSED BY HADLEY Yale President, in Report, Shows Project's Weak Points. SAYS ?S3.000.000 COST PROHIBITIVE Calls on Graduates to Aid Uni versify by Showing They Value Intellectual Effort. New Havel . Dee, 8. Arthur T. Hu? ley, ? ' Yale, in his annual ? mr.de puhlic to-day. vigorously comhats the proposal to establish a third college at New Haven, which baa Informally agitate! in the naiver? for nearly a year and has i considerable interest amonir /raduates. Admitting that the pre ?? I attractive und confessing that under the circuir ims al .- to point out objec? tions, lie proceeds to emphasize what he term? serious defects in the plan. 11. eatiautes the cost at $MQO,000 tally prohibitive) argues that a . ' re-ion to the proposi r?>l fail i ,:::"! 1 he schools, tl" v furnish intellectri.il -titn u!us. which i?? even more fundamental eh ??'' ? h ? ''? '??'? contends ir- th?' ipal difficulty that confronts Yale. "Many believe that this lack of gl??: tial interest in study is due to the the college and the heterogene? ity of the student body," the report une-- on. "Such men r-ay, Make the colleges smaller. Instead of having two undergraduate departments, the BCademic and scientific, have three or perhaps mon ?\ compared with our present or ation at Yale this would mean: "A sei ' ' "!" tl'?' soled course the Sheffield Scient nie School leaving that school, more exclusively than | college for tl ? motion of the physical, natural and ?luote the of the charter of the Shi aid probably in third the j.i' ? "A conservative policy in regard tt ?me entrance requirements, in or '.re homogenen dent ; . r, corresponding re? striction of the distinctively academic rig to meet the needs of those ion of the old bused on thorough pre? r v school worh m foreign lan MHow large S number would thus be ? I.un.lie.!. or a.- many, ill entitle Scho..'. "A gathering i two groups third college which doOl not re neh mather - nec fo r thi tuden t BO much Latin 'i- i y for those who wish t.? pursue a college course of ? i type." In elaborating his assertion that a third college would fdii t?. ihree i Hadley eontii "To git the required three millions it would be necessary to appeal to large donor-, and BO far SB tl Itlce goes, the third ? B not furni ih an ef eel . if ap? peal. I Ine of the gl. . that Yale ha? had in money een the sppari nt duplii stion ..: bar two under? ? ? ? snt id of two, we should ha-., triplica? tion instead of duplication. ii another defect of the plan. !e?s obvious but more fundamental than dy analyzed, is that it would fi'.l to sal ? ither the schools, th student-? or the parents. "A hoy goes to coll? g nor wholly tor the sake ef pursuing but for ? breathing a certain competing for cert ? ..! re? ite life Such an ere and ci.nno' I ? \ oduee It will r- imply J? r i ; .i c the ground on which I Port] entine School had an i of instruction Edu? a ce?egc rank. But Its numbers wer?' kept down by thi ? ,t diil not . ' .. . ? of the tory and the elaeeroom. Sines groa n, and it now . b] sole With tl her of I'r. ii lent Hadley lament- that the boj ?? ? >. He thi ....- oi . ? ruinates of Ys\* to n ? rvice that they value intelll and the opportunil i ? that Yale giVOO. In BXtl riculum activities also, thi holds, the grado may accomplish much by insisting 'hat the .<? m a t rar - ? : ..mal ; that th y shall cal! for hi and .ehievement, rathe: than a parad. of elt'ort or a semblance of achicve ? length into the it of universiti rlway? with the idea of empo ? neeii tor creating the greati bis in of intellectual life. 44 CHORUS GIRLS HERE FROM LONDON Lord Montagu of Beaulieu's Daughter in Troupe for "To niuht's tho Nitiht."' Forty-fo^r EugHah ehorui girl 'ft of the London (?aietv coiirparry which v. ,.1 | ?To-night's the Night" dur mas week. a.hied their winsomi proa? the I sstei ? t Anu? can liner St. Paul. . rough and stormy pa t, [ad t'i" artistic temperam"!.1 troop Nomben d among the el ..< the Honorable x';-- Helen Douglae*8eott? laughter of Lorn Montagu v M.. rhe in the Hritish 1 he tir it nding ? he arrrv al <?f th.- Hi I afforded ?vl Nellie Lau : d Winifred (?re?u --trolle,i <he gangplank to the pier, Both ara disciple? "f the "Knerpp cuie," which forbids the wearing of ?.ho. However, ?*?--1?'^*- the cold day, that voie tiny beaded Persian ill] The Eagliaa theatrical production . .?i ly in the full for ?mas time The however, Interfered. Cons?quent' i\. the entire musical comedy, ?nclud. . nrai transplanted I York It '" "!>en soon at it Shubert heatre. ?"he principale of the attrac? ron, twenty-two in number, will ar aaaor Leplaad this WIFE SUES FILM MAN Mrs. Leggett Says Alimony Is Much Overdue. ?hi..' I. Lamgatt, who obtained a ?iivorce in Rent from Julius A. Lig? gett, a motion picture contractor, hat lit a* ? her former hu? baad in tile ;?th District Municipal Court 'o compel him ? claim for alimony under mi agreement by which he ?a- te pe?) her IM a nted to re? 1150 a mont'i which the Reno court ' er. ? have been ?everal postpone ' ??'. lad Mrs. Leforett Iliad an a?sdarit in court m opposition to further ?lelay. In her divorce action Mrs. I.egfrett i introduced tettimony to ahew that h<-r husband's income WBI as much as $''0 - MM a year. latggatt had offered hii (HO a week befan -h.- g? Il "il condition that he had ? of their child. Thi R? ten to this prop.. which, he held, would mean that the wife would have to live in poor einum M while her child was living in luxury. SANTA TO DIRECT BIG PEACE PRAYER Millions of Children Here to Plead for Christ? mas Truce. laut ha? Joine the : movement. Under his direction one million children on Christmas Kve will armlet of Furope will dec?an tn l tataa Dt I ?'hiidrt-n f forty citie have begun to practise the Car! ?? 1 ymn and prayer for peace, which have I" ?'ii imaged by Santa Cleat'l secre? tary, John 1). Cluck, founder of the Santa CltUI AetOCietiOB, which has headquarter- this year in Santa Clans Cave, m the Hotel Astor. Mr. (?luck has received a personal letter from the Rriti.-h Ambassador, ?il Spriag-Riee, promising to in? form his government of the children's plan. The letter is an follows: ,i -aur ni! I. l'l|'.,. x i e- . i ? ? ?? tern ? . war wl'l ,|r.-larr a ? I ?I. -' .1? With ? ? '-f till? BaaltltJ a' X "? - ' a of ?l?ell . .' 'atneta I I.? II. SI'KlMi III' I. ? Mr. ('.lu.-, -ani last nicht that all the Kurope had been Informed of the children's petition. war is making Baal ? doubly hu--y this year. More tl - ? per cent Of the ? rh are for ? art from t';,e contain refer to the poverty of the child's pennte In order to meet the demands upon irmpathy caated by the unem hai orga? Every ? ?.mute man, who i; thl ei-?' thl -.tin?- ?I.?;.', i in S J and ?'. o'clock, nimtj I ? re provided with and rent money to save them eviction. Seventy-fire familiei wen proxrided for by the Ceatelidated '.as live by ?">? of the Wtldorf-Aetoria. Whan the im? ? 'Is of the families have been I? d to, the child's letter is given to another Santa I 7. xvho her toy ' is. More than three thousand hart been received already this ?/ear. FRIEDBERG SOLOIST AT PHILHARMONIC Makes I ?ne Impression with In? terpretation of Schumann A Minor Concerto. art wen no nonltiei oa yttter programmt of the Philharmonic Orehntra, a fad which .Me in v.ew of nrtain other recent con. 'dr. Btnntky gavt a ?arj ?.ml lymptthetic performaaee of Mac Suite,'1 H i [loved once attain that Ani-ri?;. i ipoter for whom no aooloi ,: ?chard 81 nai '? "Don Juan." ialy recently giren by ' the Bo.-ton i Tachaikewtky'? -Itali. ' ??! d the ballet mu-c from Rubinati "Fei il win tht other onhettral naml Carl Priedberg wa* th.- aatitting Mr. Friedberg confirmed the made it I i -..I ., ? of nnutual t?. I prow? ? ' oetie m 'atl''.. H* in A . i ?p. ..1, in a;. brillia I touch i.nd wi ging ton? E*pi eially to ? I not .7 any loss of ft liing CROWD DARES RAIN FOR METROPOLITAN Gets Reward in Zimbalist's Play ing and Sin^in^ of Case and Delaunois. The Metropolitan opera concert last .te the tona, wai will at Kfn m Zimbalitt, who played the Meadelaeehn Violin Concerto in ? minor an?: OB ?i dance-. . ee.lli the pleasure that comes only 1 from well grounfied and well matured , sst Miss Anna Case, in the "Mad Scene" from "laucia" and in Musctto's waltr ihewed tha' she had made great ?ian lait ? *ei II r hi thontv of her singing and ll th? gth iin?i warmth ? I her i. ; ' olontan ?t tht ail with r?al brilliancy tad clan', ? i wen leaf tea? tiriueil and enthu.-.a-t if applau.-c. Min Raymond? Deltaneii san.: ai- tu le rays'.'" with much ind Johannes Sembach gtVI .- from "Oil Walk?re" an.I waiter** Priai Song. Richard Hagemtn Im thi orchestra with -pint. x\ hat If i.ojm; on TO-IIXI. I ? , ? la. M ,ro ami il i ? H ? -' n.-?i?. lu ? i tm??twsm H' ' ???-?:'/. I . . |'| I I ? | in I I ... . , llnri ' ' Minan ".' " ' ' l.r.l?) ' ? i i w.-. I la i ? B'b? ? alalia??. : , WOMEN DIVIDED IN SUFFRAGE BATTLE Miss Alice Shaw and Her Congressional Union Are Coming Here. THEY'LL RUIN FIGHT, SAYS DR. ANNA SHAW Move of Body from Washington Finds Friend and Foe in State of Upheaval. n, whose ta is de? clared by Dr. At __ Howard Shaw, of the National Woman Suf? frage Association, to have "cost the ? ral of thi v. states where su-: rotad upon this fall." is about t.. ( in New York. Miss Alice Paul, head of the union, rd will me. to be 1 Fifth av. ; ? voting foe right under its nose. ?'r Shan . : day that if their chance : ; ? lost "We ml rht s* veil irking for it in Th? union' | in \ovv "l i ? ? Sard, sa;.i ? for Com Th? are also planning a . ra of publicity in the Nevv York newspapers, Mr-. lUatrh Slick?, to \\. P. I . There have been rumora thai Mr-?. Han Match, founder and head of the Women's Political Union, w OUld "lard of the Coi . ?tW Vor i - that si ? ? ?.t. But lira. I . ing in these rumoi - "1 Bin t ' t goirg to i ? shall be right on thi t thi W. P. 1 ?' . ? 25 \\ ei 15th -'.. till ?re win the vote in 1918 ' Hoe <?- er, the -lonal I thai friendly attitude a tin- Women's Politii ..i- of ?!.? w. I', i ? . board, Mi - Blotch, Mr- .lohn \\ inti rs Brannai , Regel Mr.-, Flor. the ad? isory council el id i in th ? conference, svl i was C' D mocrat? in ? ? -ronal ' itional ami the W. P. II., in a sti of op? ?ii av. And none of the old familiar faces now. ? . nt convention. Mis. Mary Ware Dennett, executive . bed suddenly in nor Byrns, prer-s -ec letary, follouad her I Dr. Shaw Not Often Seen. b? '; Dr. Shaw the her of the old regime left at MM . M i - - Cummingn, ?as diseharged whih v? a - trv.r ? not to iic there mneh any mor.' Mr?? Stanley Mc Broalthy Boston woman, for? merly treasurer and now first vice ? ? National, has vol? unteered to relic. !? I? r. Shaw of all re? sponsibility, so that she will be si a great deal on SUCahlug tour-. Mre. MeCormieh will be in mpren ? B ni"', ed her horn from Boston that she asay be here ail the ti"-. Her cousii i Me? Cormieh, ef ? hie - lairman ef the National Congressional committee. and will divide her time between <"hi and New York Mrs. Medill MeCormick is brini ft) a man pr? . ? ? ? a nee - man named Ilallonan, to take Miss By i I te t* eu an Bui rags is ne longer i ? Th Time Curtain Rises To-day AFTERNOON. 2;00?u am 0 AFTERNOON FEATURE FILMS. 1 to 10? ,!l St. 2:30?1 York 2:15?: ' I 12 to 1130? 2:90?V EVENING. 845? ?, I ?;,,!? n: Bilk Btl 8,1)?' ya. 8:15?A . 1:00?Carmen .??' |:ir>?aChin-Ch n. 8:is?: -? ?-?ega. 8;1V?I i im igt ft ? ?OOdS .: ' 8:00?: 8:00?1 !;' 8:30? i . ' 8:1 j_Hi 8 2u?i ?' 2:23_h i.? - ? i advert ? 8:20? Ki' '-?It. ?'?? I 8:00? Lit.- . " 8:20?1 m Trial. 8:20? oio.-t .Ljrceum 8:15?1 - - ' ? 8:20?1 - . 8:10?1' . Wull.e k g 30?-o M f? BO M 1:1$?*] ?va Bhuben 8:10_" 8:1?b?T!if I Kimm). at r | 8;20_The Hawh M ? g |*???1 ? 1 '. ? !. r . |-tii RI 8:20? Th. !- omino .Util Bt 8:20? "I ? ' tian.v 8:15?Th?' ' uvv Girl. 8:20?': |:ia-.TweUU) Night.L 8:20?'. .I 8:i5?i'i.'l? i Cover. 8:15?Versunkene '.;.. ... Irvli k I t ? ? 8:00?'? ' u "."Id 11.] ;?? ? FEATURE FILMS. i to 10?1- Icta i batUotV I I .-th Bt 8:30? I union BIKj PytblaO... KoW York g.fg?1,| the LaBJBd oi th. II. : H . .t.-rii 12 to 11:30? Strand 8:30? \\ hat i law, Vltagraph VAUDEVILLE HOUSES. : - .il Evei .... ? ; i -' : ... !..:,. ? \ . . ir.hM BURLESQUE HOUSES. _ vi. i '..I ? y ? .... Mill suffragists have criticised -Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge for going back on her own sex in the matter of pre?* agents, but apparently they have come around to her way of thinking. Breaks Into Groups. Not only is Dr. Shaw gointr to be away a great deal, but the W. P. U.I head, Mrs. Blatch, is soon going to Fngland, where some personal bu h*r. The W. 1'. I'.. which at thl beginning was often called as much of . - Mrs. Pankhur-*'- s .. l'nion, i- - to ht conu- a thing ef group?. Gnupi of th.- yeaaget amaban undei ? | ig? ?? rpritet o.i nitiative, such as the Suf . opened by Mrs. Norman d" H. Whitenouse, at 663 Fifth av. Mrs Blatch -aid yesterday she con I thi* awakening of initiative a Meantime the headquarters. Vrttt 4;>th st., is assuming the air of a purely business office, in strait te tht bustling activ fomir da Nor will there be a par; the work? - r in the - Mr-, i il -he hi? to tht ? I Fmp.re State Com mittee. which ehcts to put I fall Mis. H'.atch doe? not think this a good plan, but ap panatly she does not cure to do what ihl did in 1919 capture the whole pa ? on ;n the face of the other luifrag and have a ?rran 1 W. P. U, parade in spi'e of them. ASKS HELP FOR STARVING PRIESTS Cardinal Farley Says Faith Propagation So? ciety Faces Crisis. ? ? annual service for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, held yesterday in St. Pat ?J ear-old Chinese Mary Wu by name, was among those who gneted Cardinal Farley and ii. Twenty ? from the nns ! - led the t?rrica. ? y gave the benedic? tion, and the sermon ?as preached by - 1- . Myhan, the new : anh if the B ? The celebration of the l of St. Fn Wu pic of both ' lenoon, ti me income of . cut otf by the hoitilitiea, France, which has been ? uncial aap? porter, is c? ntributing nothing at pria? "To-day an tpottlt ??f Gad er Myhan, Europe deluged in blood. He -? ?? ? h< i?-, and anarchy through I ?r.'pe, the childrtr ? r children of Christ B ?' ?? > ? ir God that He can depend ? to OBIry on His in for Christ. "All Furope is dtrattettd by war. .re at the front, tht wounded and ministering '.?ring in this unholy war. iV? are tht c'niUh? a ?>7 ptact ar.d pros . ami :* ;- OUI duty to propagate the fa ith and save souls." Cardinal Ferie] -poke from the thn-ne, saying: "This is a cal Ho show loyaltj to t?:i- gnat loeitty, this sub? lime ?-aus.- tht i ropagation of the faith " I'nless liberal contributions are made by American Catholics, it is said, the three thousand milliontriei of the so will face ?tarratiOB. Meetings an btiag bel i In all the large cities throughout tht United Stab WILL PRODUCE UPLIFTED DRAMA New Society, Known as Bram> hall Players, to Give Series of Productions. A new drama society, not so much to uplift the drama at to produce already uplifted, waa introduced to New York at a m< ? luid yeaterday afternoon ??t the ? of Mr-. 8. stanwood Menken, M West ,vj,i st. Butler Davenport, the pre.-id movement, an ,t the name of the organi ariil be ? c Bramhall Playera, : -t play will he produced "iieatre which il : until latei "The Nob Ii tf Mr. port'i writing, Tht lea-ling part will be taken by Mill Mary 9 AmoiiLi those uhu have already joined the Bnmhill Play?ri in M -- La F? llttte, Mi -- Myru Chi Mi-- laabel Lee, Philip Baryon and l-'rank Gi Idtmith. Thi . t 111 form I eompany, which will remain in New V..ik in repertory. Secondary companie? to storm the one-night ? rond the light* of Broadwaj by Mr. Davenport, bat theatrical -. :es. for the ?'ist year il , oduction of four of Mr Davon ??'1 he K'ajw Spirit," "The Doubter'' Faith.," ??The Leal Core*] "The Comfoi lam? ? - will ad? journ ird, Conn.. ????'::ere Mr. ? .a- uplifted the dnm .'in on ll 111. Among those present at the meet Fred? ' ? KrutUchnitt, Mr. an?l Mrs. I. mil Ledous, Geoi gt Wer? ion, M'-s Mary ? ' LUTHERANCHURCHES CELEBRATE LIBERTY Anniversary of Receiving ura.it from Colonial Governor of Right of Worship. hundred and fifty Lutheran chun ? ? -May took tt I De? li;?) to-day, .-??or Ki' hard- Micella grant e?l leu-a 1 (?? Lutheran .. ?' fork ?'? ? ' Lutheran society, and St. Chunk >n Washington I, formerly in Broom?- -? . Wan may. ? Lutheran church in Am? r.i-a. and yeattrday, both ng ami afternoon, had se: amonting the progre?? of Luther New Y irk and the Lutheran Societi , . >'d OX lay? men, ar.d ha.? in it member? from all ? principal bodies of Luth ?"?lation is to hold its meeting in Holy Trinity Church, rn Central Park West, to-mor? row evening. V thl celebration the Rev. Dr. 6. U. , : i* to speak on the problem? of ihe I.u'heran Church in New York. Three new Lathtraa pa ?arted w..rk in ?his city. They gor, Dr. Obertaadar, ?t Bt. Christopher st.; the V S. Hardy, pastor of the Church .: Saviour. Washington Ht | iad 'he Rev. Paul M Young, who got? to Kmmanuel Church, in Thi Bronx. The.se Features Appeared Yesterday in 3?ty j^tm?ag ?lnhitt?? The Swiss Army Mobilization The Plight of the Belgian People The Spas of America Latest War Photographs The Dog That Had a $500,000 Playground How To Be a Wall Street Broker Staging a Theatrical Production James Montgomery Flagg's Pictures The War in Rhyme The Passing of Kings "The Gotham Weekly Gazette" IT IS USUALLY DIFFICULT TO SECURE BACK NUMBERS. MAKE CERTAIN OF GETTING YOUR COPY EVERY SUNDAY. PUT IN AN ORDER WITH YOUR NEWSDEALER ACT TO-DAY DR. BUTLER PRAISES UNIVERSITY IDEALS Compares Newer Human Institutions to Cathe? drals of Middle Ages. I>r. Nicholas Murray Butler, presi? dent of I'olumbia I'niversity. took oc the annual comm-moration Mrviee in Bt l'aul's Chapel :?<?-'? to point out the important place that Dnivereitiei have eone ta bold in our Dr. But .r.sidered the university to be an institution embodying all the ideals of to-day, just as the cathedrals of the Middle Aires dominated the minds of men ef that perimi. "The form of reflection and the form of faith that built tfcooc iplendid churches are no longer found dominant among us. but they themselves remain, not alone as monument-? af ?ne ? most ipleadid periods in the vv!n.'. lord of human achievement, but as mile? stones along the pathway of the human ? toward its distant goal? ?'Time has paaaod; itapei changes have come over the mind and v.rit of man, and another form of institution fias puahad the orjr. That newer institutioi: the eathed I'.nir in coming into it? full inher ? tution il the utir.. Everywhere the nnfreraity erab "initions, the id?-a of the age in which ?re live. "He who reall) ?di a uni ? un mdi his own time and all time. .i.i ..? may be bombarded and' burned, but it- ipirit cannot be touched' ..:inon or by tire. It may be de prived of raaani with which to exert' its poweri and capacities to the utmo-t, but it cannot be prevented from doing ail tha? la poaaibla for it to do in pur? suit of its everlasting at.d u purpooo." _ GOATS ELUDE HZ, EAT THOMAS'S PAY Brazilian Trees. Planted by Weier. Suffer Through Valet's Neglect. tVeiei Park CaB*mi*aianer more pari than old Mr-. Malaiin",. H. Nat?n d.v. - airo ? "Win" Thomas, who tta.r.- that Bud lost golf balls on the r. n li Pal k link~. About the trine thai I I I ?i?t he undertook the .mpr.. el the Oueensboro Bridge, tl Mr. Weier, desiring to oiake It a park wherein Astoria poets ? . .. planted IM . ha?i been sin*, to him frOI ' back of hie old home. a', ?fail .!?? Fora, a town In Minas Garais. Bra? zil, about i.fty miles from the cele? brated Barbacena. <?ri Saturday Mr. Thoma?. sent hin valet, H. Wimbledon-Wimhli don Hz. to bring the )!<j?.'- to Korest F'ark. Thr - a job hau been I I HUell? Dg, holten, and when he eaaght up with them they wire chawing th.^ bark from the Bra lillao '? Th? valet made no mention of thi?. but ?'? I ? . Weier. m ?rig his u-ua! Sunday round of the ..most all of the | ??en ruined the valet confe Hi ? i ?'.; tchargi ?I. ?t ? the tree?? at full growth wanld have been worth an amour- v/h eh a ill ?? Mr. Thomas'-? Januar) ia SCOUTS HUNT MRS. BRECK Hundreds of Boys Beat Moun? tain Seeking Missing Woman. "range \. j, ?,,., ,; ?undreds of) Joy Scouts ?pent w-.ter.iay afternoon. ?t night m ?earchiiiir mile* of wood? and ,,, the orange Mountains, from Mor.tclair to Millburn. in an effort to got -?me trace of Mr... Waiter W. Brock, of tn Tark av ??range, who disappeared from her I hom* on Frida) morning. The scouts, of I'r. John Oelensh lagel, scout master of Troop 1, of West Orange. Benefit at Colonial Theatre. A tpecial ptrformann xviii be gixen at the Colonial Theatre to-night, un? der tht tUtpictl and for the bentitit tf thl Laditt' Auxiliary of the Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society. By ?pe eial irrtngement with Charle? Froh maa, Miai Ethtl Barrymon will an pear in a ?me act p'n>, "Drifted Apart." ng her on the bill will be Willa Holt VVakefleld, Jack Wilson ?nd com ( lark and Bergman in "The So Bud-," the Okebt Japs and six othtr alte During the evening there will be shown many intere?ting views ? ? \arious building? and cottage* depicting the educational and ?lome?ti?: life and training of the 1.000 little ? Pleasar.tville. m?kk??d! WHITIN CROSBY. On December 6. 1914, nt the ri'.-idence of the bride's cousin. Dr. (ieorge F Brewer. II Ba ? Mtk ? . by the Rev. Dr. John P, Peten, Olire, daughter of Mrs. y. and the late Dr. (ieorge Avery Crosby, of Manchester. N ll. to Frederick H whitia, of York City. Hotteea ??' H'anlmn and ?le.tili? mil?! be a<< i.iiii.aiii. >l lay full lume and addre??. DIED. I!. v.-.F. St. John. Smith, Rachel F. ?. T. Tym, Sarah L. Suddenly on Baaday, Decem ber ?, IM4, F. -St. John Raya, be i huebend tf Kate F. Hay? and ite William If and Mary V. F. Hay- No" ice cf funeral kl.Ia (Hi Dec. I. at his late re?l dian, 121 Wtal ISth it., Saltm Towae ?11. funeral services at hi deaet II Mond.?:,, Dec. 7, at 10 ?-. a. m. Interment private. SMITH December .,. 1914, Kachel E. Smith, aged 7J years. Service? at thodiat Epiacopal Church Horn?, 92d -? and Amsterdam av , Monday mornin-, 10 o'clock. Mernri. n of Bed lord Street M. F Church invited. TYER8 Serai Lei ia, ea Saturday, Da? 1er ". I'Jl l. v idow of the late IM Fast 72d ?t. Funeiai at con.enience of iamil>. HATTAN AND THF BRONX. CONNORS, Johl F., IM ??t 19th ?t.. De?. ? ? ? - Faaei : It gay. Vea? IMh ?t., December I. Funeral to-da>. DCNCAN. John. 1271 OlmttBtxd av.. De ?ember -1. Funeral to-day. KKKNAN. ThatM* V. MS ? herry ?t., December I. Funeral to-day. ROBERTSON, Mary A.. 7.'.l St. Ann'i Di timbal I Funeral to-day. RYAN, Julia. ?Si Fast 37th it, Decem? ber I Funeral to-day. WALKFR. Sophia. I1SS Fmdlay av., December I. Fun.'ral private. BROOKLYN. BARRETT, Mary A.. 171 Tillary st.. ? r i. Funeral to-day. BLOOMINGDALE, Haniet K ttS Lin? coln h end, ???'(ember .*?. Fu'ieral to? morrow. CARET, Theotea, Mi St. Thomas'? Place, December 4. Funeral to-day. CHAMBERS, Aaait M , 3t?:. Pine it., Deeeaiber '. Funeral to-day. ii'??. xN. Patrick. 235 Xostrand av., Dt ? r 1. Funeral to-day. Ll'DEMAN, August. 23 Spencer Place. December I, aged 5?i. Funeral to-day. M'NABB, Catharine, 229 Van Brunt at.. Deeembei S. Funeral to-day EENEY, Patrick, 60 Hull it., De cemb.r 4. Rged 31. Funeral to-day. NKW JERSFY. V. HANNAH, Jersey City, Dl i I Funeral notice later. ARNETH, Charlie, Newark. December f ra! to-day. M'CORMICK, Edward H. Jer?ey City, December .r>. Funeral to-day. MILLER, Bather, Hoboken, December .">. Funeral to-day. STILFS, Cordelia, December 4. Funeral to-dav. VAN DRYNE, Mary A., Newark, De? cember .*"-. aired M. Funeral to-day. VANDERPORD, Julia. Newark. Decem? ber '. Funeral to-day. LONG ISLAND. VON STAUDT, Albert. RockvilL? Centre. December 4, aged 61. Funeiai notice latei. ( IXIKT?K?ir?. THF. XXIMIMI X\XN I I Mill KT ?J.J hi H> Harl-ii? Train an.; !.. '?oil??. OU??. H t-.it .1' lt.. N. T.