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t < THE SUN SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1O6 4 4
t TH CRESCENTS NEW HOMEHJIOOKLYX I
HJIOOKLYX CLVUXEN TAKE POSSESSION
SESSION OF TIIKin HOUSEayonei
ayonei Rlgna the nr t Check Promptlyand
at NnlitNulcaJled the Molt ArUslloand
and Complete In HID City MembersKmhiHlattlolly
KmhiHlattlolly Celebrate the Openingriie
riie Crescents are at homo The memberr
r tho club invaded thn new house at theoroer
oroer of Plerrepont and Clinton stroetiBrooklyn
Brooklyn shortly before noon yesterdaytnd
tnd each one was eager to sign the firstnivk
nivk in any ono of the tinny departmentsthe
the club Jay 8 Jones the lender of theIjoujrw
Ijoujrw was first at tho cigar counter andlUlI1ptly
lumpily at noon put his autograph on atheuk
theuk took his cigars and then walked Into
de grillroom where he was able to catchwaiter
waiter obtain rwUurant check andn
n the Hint order there The ure troThB
t which Mr Jones will preserve for alluse
userhl
ThB membera soonuxl to be as much atum
> lOll In their now house ne they hod beenn
n tbo old ono They acted as If living InfOoh
fOoh luxurious quarters had nlwayn beenuiiir
uiiir privilege The servants too seemedl
0 l > e quite at home Through the etrortllIt
1 Supt Porciyal they had been well drilledand
and although the opening day was a bardij
ij itn evqry way things Ieo o UHjfo
rothly as I the club were ten yean
i seometl a I every msmlwr on the listwited
> wited the house yesterday They swarmedin
l through thu handsonw entrance on1iprrepont
1iprrepont street and thoroughly taxedthe
the energies of the coatroom boys and theopacity
opacity of thp room Then they strolledup
up into the bunging and reading roomMany I
Many btopped at tho grillroom and cafetor
for notnJ ullght refresbm int before goingover
I over tlio entire building white othwri gotS
S far as the restaurant and then tookluncheon
t luncheon before Inspecting the houseThe I
The waiters had all the work they wantedEvery Ier
Every table in the grillroom and the restaurant Iat
rant was toon taken and It was after 3oclock I
oclock before the lunch rush was overThen
Then followed a general Inspection of thohouse
i house Every nook and cranny from p ofto
to basement was visited and disciittssd andthe
the generalopinion all day long was thatit
it was fine President Bull was praisedfor
for hU efforts in bringing about what hadIwen I
been his ambition ince ho first took ofct I
The building committee Charles M BullUilllnm
Uilllnm C Redfleld Henry J Langhaar andlarlea
f larlea J McDermott
alts MoDrmtt was complimentedon
on the success of its work and Frank Freeman
nU1 the architect was complimented forhaving
having turned out a building that wan votedperfect
perfect in Us appointments the most upto
to date i every detail and the most artisticiu
iu style and decorations in tho Greater Cityvery
Every ono seemed pkytHd No one maden
I complaint no one daned critlcisa andnvery
settled down to the fullall
nvery one setle dow enjoy thl
all the comforts that the new bois cangive
giveIt
It was a big day in tOy departmentThis
This was to be expected because whileIhee
Ihee was no formal opening with Miff anduncomfortable
uncomfortable ce cinonlcs there wiw anopeningof
openingof the kind that Crescent men appreciate
preciate and each man who could be therewa
1 there All the billiard table werebusy
busy from the opening The card playerstried
tried bridge unde new conditions thobowlers
bowlers woe out in force making recordsand
and the only part of the houe not busywas
was the gymnasiumPresident
President Bull signed the first check inthe
the billiard room and he will caefullytreasure
treasure that In tho bowling alleys LouisJ
J Doyle was the first to get his signature onslip Islp
a slip and he also made a record for thenew
new alloys Ho was the first to beat 20
In n contest His score was 221 and It wasmade i
made early in the afternoon The bowleswere Iwee
were all out for reco ds and this is whatwaa
waa posted on the bulletin boad In theirdepartment
department during the afternoonFlr
dejatrenl atenonFlr
Flr t poodle L CollinsFirst
First pltD A JudcIrt
First missed spareW A CrUmbKirtt
Kirtt spare L J DoyleFirst
First trikeF P OliverFirst j
First foulC M BullFir
Fir l score over IOOL J Doyle Z2I
I 11 W Waterman had tV distinctionof II
of introducing the first visitor into the newfcoue
house The gueHts booK ut tne entranceeltowod
eltowod that John J Spencer WI the firmguest
guest entertained thereThe
The Crescent Club according to a recordemblazoned I
emblazoned on a stone pet in the wall ofthe
the lounging room will be twentyonein
ears old next month I wan organhedI
in January 1880 Two ear before thatthe
the Crescent football club was formedwhich
which was the forerunner of the athleticrliib
dub and the next year the Nereid BoatClub
Club was consolidated with the footballclub
club Since its organization the dublian
lian been a success I has grown It isexplained
explained because it b made up of goodfellows
fellows who have the clubs Interest atheart
heart It has taken part in sport fir pOr1
sake and his always done everything to promote
mote amateur sport It has been successful
< por
ful in every Held it has entered It hasvon
von fame at football lacrosse rowingi
tennis golf shootIng hockey and bowl inutd
utd now with Iti extra facilities will entoruther
i her arenas The Crescent flag will bocarried
carried on to victory 8 it has been in thepast
past and the mmber who dearly love aontest
ontest in any fair field will cheer on IUiitnlJtM
iitnlJtM and miny mire trophies willl
hf added to thebig collection that is noedisplayed
t displayed in the new house
4 The new house has cost in all MSOoooexcept
except that pictufea and some other littfethin
thins that nave I een added to tho Intetloiui
nor tIttine have on paid for Iy ubfrlp
tloiui by the mem ere i has taken twovenrs
10M
veers to uild the house and whle it hasLeeo
Lien > uilding the committee in charge haaworxedto
uldlng
worxedto irate the house c nplete andhixurioiii
hixurioiii The has been 0 lat or of loveIt
Imrroli only a home for the averate clubwish
I an I ut it la a place fjr men to mot whowish
wish to exercise There is a eymnasmm Inthe
the house probably the most complete inthe
the country flra squash courts a billiardloom
loom cardroom bowline alien a rifle andrevolver
revolver range and a swimmift1 tankThe
The tulldinq which is ItaFan Benaiswmce
once In design 1 twelve torle hirh > ut
t v a schemeof tho archteot from the outside
side it appears to I e only five stories Inlp
< bIIL nlD the I u IdinT Mr Freenan wishedto
to rake < t 1 unlike a hotel or apart enthuse
would tule Ittor
hll as 10 and DO one
tor an 1 111 a clu > homeThare
There are three entrancec the main onPierrcpont
Thre
Pierrcpont street a ladle entrance onUnion
I Union street and a eervlce entrance alsom
m Clinton street AU of these are on theKtre
Ktre t level Entering on Blerrepont streethere
here is a small reeeptlonroom on the rightfind
Imal roepton
find next to this is a barber shopi bullfurther
nex the coat room On the left ofthe
tllrher cat rm
the entrance are the private letter boxesof
of the members and then steps lead downto
to the swimming tank and the rniipeu andIH
IwimiDK the Antmnc
Rlghtopplto
is a small Ught of steps leading up to whatI
IH called the grade floor where the grandtalrcae
talrcae begins and where the club centresTho
f Tho walls of the entrance are of white anare
tree i mahle The swimming tank In thebasement
basement i in tho uotithweMt corner Itt
11
I a suspended tank and II cwtructon 18 atrImph
triumph of the builders skill It I twoIrla
ttorlex highThe
The t ink i < f white marbh tha walt aremarbh
marbh and the flore ar un I the ultloi arer
> r hite tiles for 50 ret I nit by 27 feetlie
lie By the side cf the tank arc twoMiam I
Ilior with tlieMnk
Miam rooms On the same xjr
sme IJr
Mnk are the itt bowllau alleys Thorp It 1
mall rM fr 0111 benefit f Vie hlwlrA I
mal th
ew a gallery sling the si le of tho alleyafor
for spectators to watch the t urnancnuand
and lenty of room for the oomretit wThere
There are also lockers where the membercan
fere nr al loclr
can keen their bowling clothe In theasement
a Owlnl co
asement under the howling alloys fro theohtyrtinjc
ohtyrtinjc 9ne rifle FIMIgS I 120 feetmd
t hotlag riuiims ranje
md 77 feet There are aLsJ
l < thp FlstDl range fet Thor ar alvj
J rit1 and furnaces A nowerfuiurnp
trpmml a the bulUingfrom
through
ump t > force water thrOlh bulJlogfrom
t from tho artesian well and a refrigerating
jjjjjjjjj
plant an alto I thU buement The wincollarU4oby80feot
collar II 40 by 10 feet
rhe orc I on the grade floor on tb leftat
at tie rear I th Kill room Opposite theo3co
o3co b the grand staircase which leadst
etc
tll a tnezzanlne flwr on which Is a small
lounging room On the Tlerrepont streetBide
Bide i the I unglng room and on the ClintonTbe
Street SIde the reading rm
The lounging room Is finished In ma
loungng
hogany tho electroliers are in keeping withthe
the style of tho building and are gilt Theupholsteringi
upholstering in tho lounging ouu readingrooms
rooms are a rich brown and the draperiesdelicate
delicate greens Throughout the entirebuilding
building the color scheaio Is brown anddeep
Rrn The brown from very Ugh
Lao deep rich colorings and the greens aredelicate
delicate and harmoniousThe
The grill room has a low ceiling Over I
on the mezzanine floor IH the distributing
kitchen And quarters for the servants Thegrill
grill rom IB old English in design It has awhite
white stone and red brick fireplace Thocalling
calling has white stone arches and betweentheoe
these am panels of antique oak in whichi
i are dotted electric lightaAt
At tno head of tne staircase from thetrain
train hal Is a small reception room and onthe
rpton
sma
the next main floor Is the billiard roomIn
In this are fourteen tablet and like thelounging
lounging room on the grade floor this ft inthree
three section divided by handsome columnsof
of oak The joiner work in this room laquartered
quartered oak and it is two stories In heightfor
Ther I M gallery on the mezzanine ftorror
mezalo
for the use of those who wisn to watch theplay
play without disturbing the players Onthis
this same mezzanine floor in the librarya
1 room which wal pronounced 1 gem Onenaturally
naturally wants t read on entering it I
is finished in dark oak and the upholiterlngand
and draperies are green Dig comfortableleather
leather settees and chain are arrangedaround
around the sides There am moro comfortable
fortable chairs and theItghta
forable chair around the table ad
lights are Hhudod by green opalescenttihadiM
shades On thin floor too gen oardroomwhere
IRl te ormwher
where the bidge layer battle for funand
and where tho chess men solve knottyproblems
problems There u rooms to for thoofficers
officers iinl the governorsTho
Tho dining rom extends along thePinrrepont
Pinrrepont street front and part of theway
way on tho Clinton street side The otherpart
part of that Hide of tho house Is occupiedby
by the ladies dining room Tlio diningroom
room is finished in mahogany and thelargeness
largeness of tbe room IH broken up somewhat
what by big mahogany columns withcapitals
capitals The ceiling is panelled In whitoand
and gold and from the centre hangs 1 glasselectrolier
electrolier which sheds forth a subduedred
red light The upholsterings are againgreen
green and brownAnother
Another gb of marble stairs led tofrom
the balcony In which Is a piano and fromwhich
which spectators can watch proceedings onbig
big nights and where musician will play
On this mezzanine floor are the privatein
dining rom One the larRCt Is rnvat
in green and brown and mahogany andthe
the small ones are furnished in turkey redNext
Next come two floors devoted to sleepingapartmentc
apartments Tho room are nil furl hed
with brA bedsteads and finished in mahogany
any Tlio draperies in the rooms varybut
but all are In keeping with the rest of thehouse
house Each room has a basin at whichrun
run hot und cold water Some have privatebathrooms
bathrooms attached and on each floor arafour
four bathroom and shower battuiTha
The floor above the fcleeping room IBtaken
taken up with squash court nnd servantsquartern
quarter There are four Rquiisli courtsami
ami on the mezzanine floor In I gallery
to each court and lockers for thowt who willlife
life the gymnasium and baths The g tnnasium
nasium take the entire top floor ant It infl
1 ted in n most complete way Everytning
tning found in I modern gymnasium Ii
to U fou d there I ix tto arranged thatat
at one end there Is a siege for use whenthere
there are smoker or vaudeville showsand
ont when thin stage Is not in ue it is turncxlup
up against the wall leaving the paC Itoccipiei
occipiei all clearThe
The kitchen in on the mezzanine for
above thedining room and thin too is mofttroTipleto
complete In Us fittings arttl arrangementsAll
A I ventilation front this is Into a centreshaft
shaft that runs through the house fromtuiiwiient
tuiiwiient to roof There is a serving roomon
on the dining room floor und another on thegrill
grill room floor and the dishes are carriedto
to these rooms from the kitchen by electricelevator
elevatorThe
The women have had special attentionpaid
paid to them It is a now feature for thoCrvwvnt
Crescent men to allow women in the clubhouse
house They have done it at Bay Ridgewhcrp
whcrp there is a special dining room formembers
members of thp fair sex and where a partof
or the bin piazza is reserved for them Atthn
th < new house a member con entertain hiswife
wife bin slter or his best girl and the partof
of the house for thei ucn is cut off almostrompl
rompl > M > ly from the rest so that theirnrwenefl
presence will In no WRY disturb the g
lar In their fun The womens entrance Ii
on the rtinion street side There Is a mal
tactefullv decorated waiting room insidefrom
from which un elevator runs to the receptionroom
second floor This isdcroratwl
room on the for room
dPrltlnd upholstered In the mot delicat
mte colorings greens predominating butall
all tints fN IMns 8 as to harmonizewith
with tho costumes of tho visitors Thewomens
womens dining room is on the same flooran
an the main dining room and this llketherelation
relation room Is also tastefully and del
cately finished The draperies are of theThey
best They were all done by Frederioklooser
looser A Co of Brooklyn from the topffoor
ffoor down to the borbT shop This firmbid
toor for the contract with others and wassuccessful
successfulTO
TO GlYE SllVJVStfiVVS OPKnConried
Conned an I th Co1ipier Talk I Overat
at the MetropolitanCamille
Camille SilntSa6is who had never b
fnre heard Mme Bcmbrich and SisuorCaniso
Caruso was a get of Heinrich Conriedat
at the r erf > rmance of LaTraviata yeiterday
day affern < vinMr
t Mr ConrieJ arranriyl durinu the aftern
lon t > tTiduoo I SalntSajMsrf o > eraHenry
IIoUBOI Henry VIII at the Metropolitan 01 eraIIoUBO
I make only the condlthn Mr ConriedeaH
sail that yU coma t > this country t > hepresent
present at the first performance of yotirM
Ofera
M SalntSafeTis consented to arrange hirlln iplans
plans in order tJ return here next winterHenry
Henry VIII will probably b producedduring
during the last week If NovemberWhen
When M SaintSams t > ok hU place Inthe
the directors box he wai greeted with afanfare
fanfare frm th orchestraRaulGanubcurg
Raul Jinebourg the impresari at MonteCarl
Carl > will n t after all come here t surerintend
intend the lost rehearsal of La Damnationde
de FaustM
FilMtMOunsOrltl
M Giinsbourgnid nt come to thh countryrn
rn ant f the ha M Piano fl Itseems
seems that M PIano > n refused t > rom vehis
his block beard when he appeared asro lierhtfta
rhtfta M Ounsb urg declared he woildtake
take no tart In any rr > ductl n that crntoinerl
toinerl such a sacrile te and refused t comethi
tane1 o nntrv unless Mr Conriel subRtitito1
Rtitito1 an ther sinrer Mr CVinriod r
riled that he preferred M Plancon withlit
his beard t > nnybixly ebo and M Gunabourg
bourg stf1 1 ed at homeOacar
bur Hammer tein yesterday engagedSan
San Fronko a concert master f > r theorchestra
orchestra at the Manhattan Opera HouseCHAOE
CHAOE AT LINCOLN SQUAREThe
The Eastman case Not to De Put On onMonday
Monday MlBhtThe
The new Lincoln Squa o Theate whichwas
was opened a month ago with The LovaHojle
Hojle will be dak until Wednesdaynight
night The engagement of The XoveKoute
Koute which ended last night was torhavebeen
been followed br The Eastman Casewith
with Chit lee Cat rJght as the starbeen
It h now announced that on account oftho
the Illness of Mr Ca twright the play a
not bo put on fo some time The Shuto
Ie
he ts who cont 01 the Lent o we 0 unnileto
to continue the time of The Love Boutcas
as It li 1ooUeJ for Hovitlence tomorrownlrht
nlrht I Ms Tonples Telegram withWilliam
William Mo is and Hary r ono sill openat
WIUan Lincoln Square on Wedno day nlgntand
secureJ and continue until nnoUic play can bosecureJ
I vanj nunllrkAinvNV
AinvNV Dec IMl Marion BurdlclrdaUKhter
daughter of Mr and Mr Joel W Durdlckan
Id lcls Iarjom Evan of Brooklyn wfreruarrlcJ
ruarrlcJ at noon today In St Peters ChurchThe
The rector the Kev Walton W Battt > rshnllwrre
ptrformel the Iremonl The brldealdw
Marcia Urndr and Miss Louiset3pfltofl
were tIias Mlrll 11 Ixiiilje13enson
o 11 this city and Miss Evans of Brooklyn
lyn Winiant Wttcy Evans of Hrooklrnbrother
brother of the bri leicroom wa bt man Mrand
and Mn Evans will reside in Lawrence N JtJ
1
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JuINEW
HEW IOVEAGAHST THEATRESPIGlET IFIIT
PIGlET ON SUNDAY CONCERTSTAKES
TAKES AXOTUEtt TACKBrooklyn
Brooklyn Cop lie Among tbe AudienceIn
In Plato and they Violation
Clothe ad I t Note Vlo
lation Arrest the Manner Bat ifcvenUlngham
Ulngham In Doubt That a Violation ItTho
The campaign started by the police for astricter
stricter enforcement of the Sunday lawagainst
against the theatres which give concertson
on that day expected t proceed on anothertack
tack today At Police Headquarters yesterday
terday Commissioner Bingham I hi usualmorniog
morning talk to the reporter said that h
ba received complaints from committeesof
of ministers and knew that Mayor MoClellonhad
had tooHe
He did not specifically say what be woulddo
do toward enforcing the Sunday law butIt
It seemed plain to some of the men aroundHeadquarters
Headquarters that forty young Brooklynpolicemen
policemen detailed t report at Headquartersyesterday
yesterday morning were there for instructions
tions about theatre duty1Or
Of recent weeks there has boon greateractivity
activity in the matter of suppressing Sunday
and theatre NewYork
day performances ad one thtre the
York quit giving performance before lastSunday
Sunday Commissioner Bingham was askedyesterday
yesterday what ho was going to do todayand
and MidI
I have received complaint from clergymen
men about tbe character of the Sundayshows
shows but the trouble seems to be that noone
one knows just what constitutes a violationof
of tho law The courts nil Interpret theSunday
Sunday law differently
I any violations aro found tomorrowwill
wan will askedDo arrests b made the Commissionerwan
Do you know what a violation I GenBingham
Bingham fashionYen replied after the New Englandfashion
fasine answered one of the intervlewcreif
If a comedian blacks his face and singe andIf
if 1 dancer puts on fancy costume anddances
dcs that constitutes a violation of tholaw I
lawBy George I guess youre right W1 theCommissioners
Commissioners commentThen
Then ho was questioned about the fortyyoung
young Brooklyn policemen who en
waiting in the trial roomWhat
rmWht
What are they doing hire woo thequery
query
MI ought to say None of your businessanswered
answered Gen Bingham but I won tyield
yield to the temptation I will merely Aythat
that I have nothing to say about themIsnt
M Isnt It true ni they ore waiting here tobo
bo Instructed as to their part in enforcing
the 1 nday lawsNothing
Nothing to say
From other sources it was ItarA thatthese
these men are supposed to visit the thnntreaIn
In plain clothes today each with a oopyof
of tho law and that on noting violationsthey
notnl
they a to arrest the malingers of theshown 1Ihowl
shown he permittedto
Ihowl The managers are to prlltwd
to give bull to amurn their appearancebefore I
before a Magistrate on Monday morningIt 1It
It Is expected alsothat the regular forceof Iof
of men drtallod on previous Sundays t Ithltrn
theatre duty hi uniform will bo on handtoday
today It is the wish of some of the clergymen
men interested that the police fchoulil act
plo
so OH to keep the theatres entirely closedThey
i They Iwlkvrs that that 16 the boat way toprevent
prevent violations of oijlier the spirit ortho
< tho letter of the lawYKrinnr
S1TIWt 1 IT Tin ortunlM
lM tratlata In the Afternoon Itimirnrt
rt JiillHlc at McltlA
A great audience heard L Tiaviaiuat
at tho Metropolitan Opera House yesterday
day afternoon Every seat was token andthe I
the landing room was all uncomfortablycrowded
crowded The principals engaged in thoI
I representation were Mine Scmbrlch MrI I
I Caruso and nicnfdo Stracciari a Ixwytonnnewly
newly Imported from Italy The laotnamed
I fortable named naturally father QermontU appeared as the uncomfortable I
I would beiagreeable to announce thati I
I Mr Conned had added another star to hidi
i Italian contingent and If the hands ofdecade
I the clock could bA turned back abut twodecades II
decade and a half thin wouU bn the caseI
I But tho sun does move ad 1 tar 8 NewYork I
concerned shadows have closedbehind
I York in cncnel the lhowl OIOMo
behnd singers of th throaty tremulouspallid I
toned tolerated fathersAgain
pallid lone sort tlerato our
I Again Mr Stwcclari hud the miifortuneyestsrday
yesterday t b thrust before the publlo ini I
i the society of two of the greatest in ing e
ponents of the art of beautiful winningout I
lioth Mme mhrh and Mr Caruso pouredout
out the mOlt glittering riches of tleir crtand
and it wan reported for the gjpunn t f tein
in her last act one of tloue exhibition ofhistrionic
histrionic art coupled with expresnto binging
ing which she knows so well how ti fiveThe
The young hojiranos just beginning thrlroperatic
operatic careers ought to study the meth < Uof
opratc
of this artist and learn the value of continence
tinence repose and stiggeeibn It in notneoeswry
neoeswry t sw everything nor t do eervthltig
thinK A t italUod tone may at times f
safely triwtd t > kindle the Imaglnatbo ofa
a whole audinnLast
Last night the opera was Romeo etJuliette
Juliette with a cost adapted to the measureof
of popular prices Fernand Bouhw ranmade
made his debut as Romeo This Frenchtenor
tenor II but a stranger here Rouen orDijon
Dijon IB hls home He diplaod severalnualltlw
nualltlw voice all hal and o deep seatedrecall
hostility to the trite pitch We do notreal
recall so sad 8 melancholy so unmusicala
a RomtaPe
I Pease Alioljl sang Jvlirtie for the f rfttlire
tlire here llr Might f gum and her genem
em appearance of youth and diiirKenioncnewt
newt wore happily combined with the jrirliMinualitv
nualitv of her voice The youth of Jvlitlher
her ntl ete her natiralresa wore thin artlessly
lessly conveyed Miss Alott sang hermuHio
music with perfect pitch pod ph usIngand
and smooth emission It would reritiln toanaert
assert that IN Abotts impersonation ha
dramatic potency She is yet young on thelyric
lyric etas and has ample time for development
ment Her pretty voice good method andgood
go
good schooling in ye are her prtcaim
audienceliked
claim to favor Last nights
liked her decldedljMUSIC
ITe
MUSIC FOR 1OfVfr VKOPLKThe
UlC
The alT Illustrated In Dance as Wfll asSlu
Slu lpThe
The first of Frank Damroschs symphonyconcerts I
concerts for young people took place ye terday
day aftemon at Carnegie Hall MrI
I Damrwoh has planned his series this vearon
I on educational lines and yejtcrdnys proI
I gramme was illustrative of this developmcnt
mont of the waltz Mr Damrosch readan
11 interesting paper telling about theorigin
I origin of the waltz in the landler te anillustration I
illustration of this form the orchestraplayrd
played the landler from Per FreifchtltzTwo
Two of Schuberts Oerman dance foliovwlThese
These opening numbers were givenpictorial
pictorial illustration by two dancer Oihernumliers
numbers heard were Strausas WienerBlut
Blut Webers Invitation to the Waltzthe i
the Dance of the Sylphs from BerliojsDamnation I
Damnation of Faust the waltz tromTechnikowskys
Technikowskys symphony No 5 Halntnenss
nenss DaM Mecabra and the waltz
from FaUSt There wai a large amliI I
I once and every evidence of public pleasurennE IIE
PIPE IY VEJr LDltHtl iJmr
Jmr Shoot Vp From Wooden Superstructure I
structure 4iulck Job for HrenienFire
Fire destroyed a portion of the woodensuperstructure
superstructure on tho south side of the newPubllo
Public Librury yesterday ufterucon and jcaused
caused a lot of excitement tn Fifth acmoThe I
cut roofers are using gasolene heatinglamps
lamps t weld the upper Htlng used I ithe
the construitijn of the roof A dummyI I
I wooden roof hws been Lid over there < l rft j
I r t 1 Inet
t protect It One uf tho IIJlono lampsset
net fro ta the wooden bcantltng support ingtho
tho dummy roofIlie
The fire was not discovered until a burstof
shot in thealr and then
of tUme Ihot up theneveryOTIS
OTIS shouted fire at onceThe
The traffic policeman on the crossing atFifth
Fifth avenue and Fortysecond streetturned
turned i a alarm and the firemen quicklyequelchod
equelchod the budding flame j >
I ulcbo budi fe jfe
IrIN
IN SOCIETYMrs
Mrs Frank Tilford will give a dance onTuesday
Tuesday night at the St Keels for herdaughter
daughter On Wednesday the MarylandSociety
Society will give I big dance at Sherrysand
and Mrs Benjamin NIcoll of 18 East Fiftiethetreet
street will give the first dinner dance ofthe
the season at her home for MIl MildredCarter
Carter of London On Thursday night the
first of the Cinderalla dances will lo givenIfwlll
Ifwlll be preceded by a number of dinnerOn
On to night of December 8 tho tint ofthe
the Saturday evening dances will he givenat
at Delmonioos Mrs Charles K Huntington
ton has had the management of these sinvothe
the retirement J SandsMrs
rtirement of Mrs Philip IdMr
Mrs James Terry Gardiner of 4 EastBlxty
Blxty tghth street will give a tea tomorrow
morrow afternoon when aho will Introduceher
her daughter MIss Anne T Gardiner Mrand
and Mrs Fits Muwr will present Miss Musertomorrow
tomorrow night at a reception and dancethey
they will glvo at Delmonlcos Mn Seymour
mour Cromwell of 8 East Fiftythird streetwill
will give onn of the teas of Tuesday afternoon
noon to introduce her twin Bisterslnlawthe
th Misses Cromwell Mrs D Percy
Morgan will Rive a reception on Vednenday
day from < to 7 oclock at her homo 70Park
Park avenuo for her granddaughters thoMUses
MUses Mildred Carter of London andGladys
Gladys Kissel The coming out tel givenby
by Mrs W Emma Koosovelt of 804 Fifthavenue
avenue also on Wednesday for Miss Lucy
Roosevelt will he from 4 until I oclockMrs
Mrs James 11 Townsend of 341 Lexingtonavenue
avenue will introduce at the receptionBhe
she will glvo on Wednesday afternoon herdaughter
daughter Miss Mildred Gilbert TownsendMl
Miss Lucille Bacon and John Aspergrenof
of Malmo Sweden will be married nextThursday
Thursday December e at St BurtholomewB
mewl Church Madison aw rue and Fortyfovrth
fovrth street by the line Dr LelghtonParks
Parks the rector The bride will be givenward
away Dr her father Daniel Bacon Afterward
ward Mr nnd lr Bacon will gIve a reception
cpptlon at their homo i3 Wet Jifveventh
enth street The couple will live In NowYork
York Mrs tlaoon who wan a Miss Vuiitirieis
is I sister of Lidy Gilbert ParknrMrs ultrl
Mrs Richard Morgan and her daughterMiss
Miss Caroline Morgan who sailed yesterdayfor Ifor
for Europe will pass most of tho winter inItaly
Italy Miss Morgan will be married toOscar I
Oscar Egerton Stevens on her returnMiss I
Miss Lydia Harper and Ooorgo Knv > wlsCrazier
Crazier Jr will be married mat Wednegday
day afternoon December 5 The ceremonywill
will b performed at 3S oclock in theChurch
Church of Heavenly Kent Fifth avenueand
and Fortyflfth street by tho Key DrD
D Parker Morgan The bride will ho givenaway
away by hII fritbrr Charles S HarperMiss
Miss Alberta Harper will attend as maidof
of honor and Helen W Mcintosh Mudeliwie i
W Barnes Caroline 0 Footer Julia LMorrison
Morrison brificstiiHlcIt John Jlnrolny doCourse I
Course of Philadelphia will twist asman bo tman
man nnd S Croiur llohinitnn IfcirrtttJ
lloyd Hem Jnmen Ituwll Harris JrTheodore
Theodore WrotnA Forbes illlnm BoothTrainer
Trainer and John Harper Mallory uxiherMr
Mr mid Mm Harper tho bride parentswill
will give a reception after tlio uliurch ccmmony
moor it tlm St Mcgisn
n Stuyvewuit Plcrrcpont will give ndinner
dinner at Drlmonlcos nest ThursdayOne i
Dtmenut smr n
One of the brI t of thrt coming out teasof iof
of the week will be that given by MrHinrlef
harlem B Alexander next Thursday afternoon
noon Peceitilxr I when she will introducethn
the eldest of her five daughter Miss HarrietAlexander
Alexander This will lx < the hniihHwuiiningof
of the house 4 West Flfyeiuhth t rect
recently reconstructed anc1 much cnlargtlI
Mr and Mm Kpginald C Vanderbilt weretho
tho guests last wk of Mr and Mr HollnH
H HlnnewMI at their plaos at WelloslnyMOM
MOM Mr and Mr Alfred G Vanderhilthad
had a Thanksgiving house party at Oakland
land Farm tholr Rhode Inland country placeI
Mr and tfre ieorg W Vanderbilt rltertaiwd
teiried some relatives and a numbir offriend
friend over Tha ksgiving at BiltmoreHois
Hois Asljoville K C She and Mr Vaiderbllt
derbllt entcrtalneil a Thanksgiving partyof
of relatives ut their country jjlact nt Oakdale
dale L ISir
I
Sir Ormond D Malcolm the Chief Justiceof
of the Bahamas nnd Lady Malcolm wornthe
the guests lat week of Mr an I Mrs IIKing I
King Sturdec at Albany X Y Count andCounters <
Counters holstein 1onntens de horde Coat IIJon
Iron da Ilnsiui und Count and Countryde I
de la I llte sailed oil Thursday for KuroivLady
Lady Alan Johnstono wife of the BritishMinixter I
Minister to Denmark who has been in thiscountry
country for thin pant few weks 01 a vinitto
to her parents Mr and Mr James NPinchot
Pinchot sailed ye ltIay for Euroii TheCounteisdeChnmbnin IIto
Countess ae C hnmhmn who passed Tliinksgivlng
giving with her mother Airs Inn worh Ilt
itt Cincinnati will probably remain withher j
her over tho Christmas holidaysMr
tIr
Mr and MN Richard T Wilson Jr whopai1 Ipur
passed their Thunksgvihg at their countrypa I
pa < rj In Soith Carolina will remain therefor
for the Christmas holidiy Mr nnd MrsOgdcn IUden
Ogden Mills entertained I large IWIHO partyat
at their cojntry plao In Stiatatjrg SMr
Mr Milla father D O Mills was with themMr I
Mr and Mrs Rob rt Orwif Price whowere
were recently married will sail for Englandsoon I
soon J hey will make their home nt Harlow
low FBH X < r Prim is a niphcw of SirPoutrt
Poutrt nnd I ndy Milbanks and thua bri < lH <
H dn hti r of uir and Mrs FrctK rcc liPotir
Potr of 30 Went higity > sixth etreetMiss
Miss Constance Warren will 1 > ole ofnext ItPJt
next Fridays JbutanII Her motlierMrs
Mrs George Hiriry Wnrren will givea
I tea that afternoon HIT t l ter MienCharlotte
Charlotte Warren made her nodal dtbiittwo
Itwo
two winters ago and was one of the younggirls IIrll
girls who dpnoed in the special minuett It
at the costume hal given by James HazenHyde
Hyde Floyd Warren I widower unclenow
now abroad gave 1 costunm dinner dancefor
for her at his home on Fifth avenue nowoccupied
occupied by Mr and Mrs Reginald RonaldsSirs
Sirs Warren will give 1 series of dinnersafter
the Mrs Howard
after tea lf lowarl H Henry oT
344 Lexington avenue yrlir civet a tea onJracn
Irray dterlool when her daughter 111
Grace Henry will be to lmtanto MrsClarence IClarec
Clarence c Mice or 81 Irving place will giveher
her reception on Friday for hEr daughterMiss
1 RicoAmong
Miss Marjorie 1Amol
Among the debutante teas on for nextSaturday
Saturday Decetobcr is that of Mrs AustinD I
D Middlctoa of Wet Ninetysecondstreet
street who will introduce her daughterMiss
Miss Louise Tompkins Middleton MiesAntoinette IAntoinete
Antoinette Heckschcr will come out at arccebtlon
rccebtlon given by her mother Mrs AugjsteHeckseher
Heckseher at her home 2 Fifth onnILon
December 8 also Mrs James
on DOmber 11 Jamel GayllYA
at her tea next Saturday afternoon at herhome
home 8 East Sixtyninth street will presenther
her daughter Miami Agnes Oayley MinsJncquelyn
Jncquelyn Kelloy will be the debutanteat
at tho tea niven bv Mr John D JerroldKelley
Kelley of Z5 East Kightytiilnl street nextSaturday
SaturdayMrs
Mrs Robert J Collier and Miss CarolineDrayton
Drayton arc the two granddaughters ofMrs IMf
Mrs Astor now In town Mrs Collier doepot i
pot seem s o enthused over lifo in Englandaa I
Miss May Von Alen MrCollier
aa lur sister f f t 1 rColer
Collier wan in Washington during the we < kto
to attend us usher at toe wedding of Mi >
Mary Diggos Len and Outerbridgo HorseySt
Mar
of Maryland laM Tlclay 11 the Chapel ofSt i
tt Antnony of St Muttnevrs CnurcnTho II
The wedding of Albert Hunt Murckwaldwho
who was one of tho ushers at the StrongOlypluuit I
Olypluuit nuptials o lebratod recently ntSt
St Thomass Clinrcii and Miss Isabella HKirkpntrick
Kirkpntrick will take place In Omen ChurchNewark
Newark next Wednesday DeiJinbor 5It
It will be followed by n reception given Inthe
the brides mother Mrs Andrew Kirkpatrick Ipatrck
patrick at her homeirtLincolti ParkBaronl
Baroness Avezzano Romano and MHlolanda
lolanda Romano allil for England ut
Wednettiay Mrs Walpole widow of th
lion Clare HonUlo Walpole a brother of I
Broadway atThirteenth Broadway atThirteenth IThireenth
Thirteenth St mt rk 1 1 Thirteenth StAnother f
Another Week of Intense Interest Is Planned With 1 1
This Sale of Tailored Suits for Women and MissesThe
models of the suits concerned They fashioned 2loned
The following groups represent the various suis are
ioned of broadcloth cheviot worsted velvet serge checks and plaids in all the favored shadesof Jof
of the season including blue and black The jackets have linings of exquisite quality taffetasatin
satin or peau de cygne Skirts are in the new plaited plain and kilted models The trimmings Imings
velvet and Persian garnitureSuits
mings take form in braiding embroidery vete Perian
Suits worth up to 30 Suits worth up to 40 Suits worth up to 50Prince
AI 15 AI1SS0 AI 25Prince
Prince Chap SuitsSemifitted Sack Coat Suits Blouse SuitsTightfitting Pinafoj SuitsEton
Semifitted Suits Tightfitting Suits Pony Suits Eton SuitsA
A Sale of 65 Velvet Suits at 3950Exquisite
Exquisite garments that have had 1 the benefit of our tailoring organization They take form in EtonHalffitted
Halffitted Pony and Pinafore blouse models in 1 colors adorned with embroideries and braidingTailored S
Tailored Suits at 65 to 125Reduced
Reduced from 98 and 150The
The greater number are Imported Models In Empire Eton Tunic and Threequarter styles They are fashioned
ioned of chiffon broadcloth and plain O striped chiffon velvet adorned and elaborated with unique embroideres jbroideries
broideries and braidingAn 1An
An Important Event in Gowns and DressesThroughout
Throughout the entire showing radically reduced prices govern Liberal concessions have been made onthe
the inexpensive little roundlength party dresses a well as the pretentious creations from abroad Its scopeand
and the price reductions entitle I to be termed a big event iRound
Round Length Dresses Reception Oowns I I Gowns From AbroadAt
At 1975 raluallS At 2950 vuluolii At 150 vahwIWOAccordion
Accordion plaited taffeta Princess dreas Crepe de chine towns all inthe Princes Princess gown with Empire back ofwith
a
with figured net lace sleeves and yoke style over 20na al white Irish crochet lace and panels ofIn
In blue pink and white ChffOI1 voile gowns face yokes over white chiffon over foundation of whiteWhite
Cion vole ROWIS taffeta and chfonwith
White and black net dresses trimmed tHeta tafeta chifonwith
with tucks and crochet laces over tatfetia
Af CIOIn
bcesovu I 198 > <
tfea At xaluc 1 65Jumper
In pink white and blue At 5950 value liw
Jumper dresses of taffeta in all colors Fitted Empire model of black chiffonalso
also of serge In blur bwwn and blue Gowns of lace crept de chine and spangled velvet Coat waist and skirt band emand <
and green checks nets in Empire and Princess models broidemi in Urge floral designPersian 4Persian
Persian Lamb Coats 4950In I Imported CoatsIn
In the new style collarless box coat or staplemodel I For Street and Evening ServiceAt
model with storm collar and revere lining ofSkinners
colar rever lnng At Radical Reductions
Skinners satin Value 85Fur I a tea 3950For e uctonsFur
Fur Trimmed Coats 35Of For Coati Worth PI075Of
Of imported black broadcloth with PersianLamb 65For
Lamb collars and cuffs and guaranteed blacksatin I For Cats Worth op to 175The
satin linings Value S50 The values offered are exceptional These coatsare
hlack Lynx FursLarge are fashioned of exquisite broadcloths silks chiffonvelvets
velvets and of laceThe
Large Stoles Value 40 At 2950 velves
30 inches lon8 inches wide at shoulder II The Liberty Cape 2545Designed
finished with six large tailsThrow Designed for evening service a model whichhad
Throw Scarfs Value 23 At 15Full had its initial introduction with us Fashionedof 1Full
Full and fluffy 62 inches longPillow of broadcloth in all shades and crepe < messalinesPersian
Pillow Muffs Value 30 At 20Natural Persian Cloth Coats 1975These
Natural Siberan Squirrd FursThrow These garments so closely simulate real furthat
Throw Scarfs Value 22 At 1650 that it is difficult to tell the difference Th yare
Sat3 are cleverly fashioned in halffitted Eton andloose
80 inches long finished with animal tabsheads loose back modelsSale s halfted
modes
heads and tailsMuffs
Muffs Value 18 At 1250Fancy I Sale of Winter Coats15
Fancy flat effect with tabs and tailsNatural at 1 0 at 15Vauts
Natural Mink FursShawl
ra Vauts uo f 20 Vaufs up to Jfj5Involved
Shawl Stole Value 50 At 3950 Involved are tourist coats from 40 to 50 incheslong
8 inches wide at shoulders two dark stripesfinished long in loose and halffitted models of plaidschecks
finished with heads and tailsScarfs checks and mixturesRaincoats
Scarfs Value 35 At 25Three Raincoats of coverts in tan and olive and tweedmixtures
Sarfs 2 mixturesShort
Three skins trimmed with head sable aw mixuresree
ree trmme Iea s pawsand Short coats handsomely trimmed of black broadclr
and tailsSquare
tai clr th and velour in all colors as well as covertsPony
Square Muffs Value 35 At 25Flat Pony coats of black broadcloth and long coats ofblack
Flat effect of four skins black broadclothBroadway
D t1 HrlIJ fl Broadway atThirteenth Uhl tfJ r
thliRQti1iatC Thirteenth Street IJ11U1eU UUlIart OW
the Earl of Oxford und for many yenr anhWrnt
nhWrnt of Virginia has bc < n with IK rlaiRhter
laiRhter MlM Aim Vnlno inn < h ngtonlloth
lloth will soon sal for lciRland to IK g 1111IIf
of the Viwointr HO of Cnnltrtiury and LadyDorotlv
Dorotlv Fann N v II Th hurl ftnJCointrus
Cointrus of Oxford th lattpr fonrCTlMiss
Miss lrOulll orbit n tlftiglier of D CCorbin
Corbin of Sew York will also ontonaintin
tin inM
MH vary gave a dinnr on VodncHdaynight
nlghat Itt r home 1032 Fifth avenue Mrnnd
and Mm Charles Astor BriMod who werehor
hor Repute lait wk will I011 the wintertravellUK
travellUK on tho Contincnt
Mlsf Anne Pepew Padding relumed totown
town to Iass ThanksgIving with hr unilpitvJ
itvJ hlli wife Sciintor and Mrs Chaunoey MIVnow
IVnow Hilt wan in Washington for n tiireto
to pjpflrvis tharrang inrnth of tho Df > wwinter
winter iKtabli hTJont and wan one of theX
New York unMts at the WasbbnrnLangTh
horns weddingTh
Th first Cin1 p > lla dan < next Thlnatiaynllbl
night December 8 will he a big affairAmong
Among th patron fwos thin ntrr arc MmfoH IAnsTi
AnsTi Ph ins StokS MN GPnA CranIon
foH Chink Mrs WIIIam C O11AW MrI
I KlDhil t Xott Potter Mrs orvr GouldJennings IJpnnlnltl
1 Jennings nnd Mrs II Fairfield OsbomMlw
I
Mlw Beatrice Aiimoad will be one ofj Iprettlt
j t ie prettiest of tho Washinrton Deonmlwrbridw
bridw Her wedding with Licit WilliamIjrd
Lord Uttlefleld U t > tike place on Do
ember 19 St Margarets Church InConnecticut
I
Connecticut avenue will be tho scene of tlteI
event nnd tho bride will bo attended byMrs
Mrs Edward White AU matron of honorThere
There will be no bridcsmwld Althoughi
i Miss Ashnvad has kept details of her wedding
Ulna gown quite secret her ao nalntancMure
1111tl
are looking for something out of the conventional
ventional linen The hride room will bein
in uniform an will tho officer who willtteml
tteml him After the church ceremonvMr
Mr and Mr A hme > d will Rive a mrwllreception
reception at their home in Belmont avenueTien
Tien Ijeut W L Uttlefleld ulve hUbachelor
bachelor dinner ho will entertain LieutHenry
Henry Crosky Mustin Pavmaster JohnMoniam
Moniam NavnlConfctructorB H RobinaonLieut
LImit hUman Cnivjn of Annnpnlln LieutKinnetl
Kinnetl Cnntlernan David L Breton UWho
H S and Jleut J n Horton U S 1 Cwho Iwho
who are to assist as best man and ushersCards iCald
Card aro hero for the marriage of MissMarguerite
Marguerite Earle daughter of Mrs J BHloan liSloan
Sloan und Capt Arthur T Cutfeh Artilleryorpn
orpn t S A IJ IK celebrated next Thursday
day December 0 at HUTU oclock in theevening
evening nt the home of tho brides mot erCl
Cl South Bay Ciarlostjn s cr CjptDiesels
Diesels it a eon of Mr nnd Mr John CaiwUof I
of WuHhington U CMl
Miss Antoinette Heckscher who w fmake >
make her debut neat Saturday will he oneof I
of the bridal Attendants at the weddingof
of her brother G Maurice Heckccher andMlas
Mill Louise Vanderhoef to take place onFebruary I
February a in St Bartholomew Church
0 s
The brideelect lf n daughter of Mr andMm
Mm Harmon B Vnndorlioef and Mr HecBoher <
richer in II sun 01 Mr and Mrs AugustHecUscher
II ecicacherMr
Mr and Mrs Clarence II Mackay willcome
come to town from Koslyn t L later Inthe
the month and will Ira well located in thefind
Haempyer residence at Madison aveduofontl
find T hillyeighth street where they willbe
be able to entorfcilh There U a tine big Iblill
bull loom In tho house and Urge drawing I
rnd dining Aoomn Mrs Havpmeyer whopisses
pisses much time In SwitcrlunJ for thelienetit
I lienetit of her health made a pnctlce whenho
she resided here of having the wide hallconstantly
constantly abloom with flower and > xo fiIr
Mr and Mm Mackay passed llmnkpgivingut
ut their country place nnd Mr Maokayamother
mother Mn John W Mackay now herowill
will shortly nail for EnglandIIOUV
I
lFO1IlSROtST is WttKVRPinned I
Pinned Imler DebrU ntirn < roiri Trainlilt Ililt
lilt near of Mixed TrainVXROENMES
VXROENMES Vt Dec I A craveltraincrashed
crashed into the rear of a mixed train onthe
the Rutland Railroad here this morn Int
causing the death of three wowen fatalInjuries IInjurlee
Injuries to two other pennons and less seriousinjuries
injuries to twentyfive moreTwo
Two of the women were pinned down intho
tho wreckayo and slowly roasted to deathThe
The bodies were all bunted o that identification
fication was difficult but the railroad officials
cials believe the women were Mrs W ALawrence
Lawrence wife of a Bristol Vt bmmsinessmran
nnan Miss Nellie Iamard of Prixtol andMisM
Miss Corrinne Stecns a Bristol schoolteacher
leftrherAmong I
Among the Injured are F W Savagemanager I
manager of the Hut land Opera HOUHOHide i
probably fatally burned E M Ditto as
itltant principal or the Bristol High HchoolIIldo
Hide crushed and Injured Internally MissI
Hose Faulk of 258 Wf6t H < th street Niw j
Y rkIsiadingwomnan of a negro opera troupeHer
Her injuries are believed to be fatalTho
Tho ether injured were members of topera
opera oompanyihe j
The mixed train was due here at 0 oclockfrom
from Hutlund and was ordered to take asiding
siding to allow a mail train to pass Following ilowlnR
lowing it came the gravel train whichdashed
dashed around a curve and crashed intothe
the caboose of the mixed trainoir
11011 M its w oir4v lEtS mmfmuKhl I
fmuKhl Her Foot In iavtment and IellUackward
lUcKwmrd nrtovrrj ltkrlMrs >
Mrs Patrick F McGowan wife of thoPresident
President of the Board of Aldermen recovered
oed consclouAncdR yesterday nt the NewYork
York Polyclinic Hospital long enough toexplain
explain how she got her Injuries lastWednesday
Wednesday Mrs McGowan Is suffering froma
I
a compound fracture of the left leg contusions
sions of the back and Injuries to her headcaused
caused by a fall at the corner of Fourteenthstreet IFtreet
street and Second oonl1eMter I
After the explanation she had A slight relapse
lapse At the hospital It wan said thatMrs
Mrs McOovaa f condltloik showed 1mf
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prices paid ITIIt n
IlItXJuMIN One HVst Mil SIK V CUt 5irtkra
liller wH firnl for price tlstm pproveinent
provrnent and the only fear is that blool
poisoning may set In If no unfavorablefymptorae
symptoms nppear before Monday if ia believed
lieved that her recovery will be rapidThe
The street was torn lip At Fourteenthrftreet
rftreet and Second avenue on Wednesdayand
and from what Mr McGowan was able tofind
find out yesterday from his wife it appearthat
that her foot cntjght on the uneven pavement
mentThe
The trafto in very heavy at this pointbrtween
brtween 0 and 0 oclock and In on eTort tofxtrlcllte fextricate
extricate herself she lest her balanoa andfell
fell boeltward Mix McGowan struck onthe
the beck c f her head and it in the opinionof
of the hHpitnl physicians that her hairwhich
which won intiHAoa on thn back of her headundoubtedly
undoubtedly tutted her lifeIn
In spite of her broken leg she staggeredacrntw
across the sidewalk and held to the fenceuntil
until a cob was called After she reached
home she lost conscloufneiw and wasrtlovrd removed
moved to the hospitalMr
Mr and Mrs McOawan had made puwaarations
arationH to spend Thanksgiving in jneKport
port where Mr McGowan was to meetarationH
Governorelect James Higgins of Rhode
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mutes before they were to start for the
Grand Central StationOr
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