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THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1911.
NEW STUNTS AT PRINCETON CLASS OK oe tH MOST XOTAREE xeav TMlxas. In glfPi Coll ret Ivety ml Intllt Idtiall) , II about Take a Rrrorrt I'rnf . Illbbrn on tbe oUrgr Moral Thp New Phlesl Training -Inflexible C'iiU. P rMN ftom, N. J., Oft. 1. Th sir.e f MU CnTVW1 til lilt" I imUHHI Clfft-tn, ,ur new svstem of physical training, the , recently adopted arrangements of nils ffolll i lasses and Prof. John (trier Mb- ! pSfl'S answer to the recent criticisms of! college lifo from Mr. Crano of Chicago i hat" been the topics that have over-; rh.oil at the opening of Princeton's ! Ittth year even such matters a a now president and foot hall pmpCOU. An j the undergraduates have settled down i into the academic year they at least seem i to l.e .'Miuk ine nearness i-oiitntioii 01 llie.r faculty hother them very little. The class of 1915 came in with a I. aim nun niimoarrs ihi ppTiPAiiiiiit-u w urm i TEN YEAR MORTGAGE you arc a home owner In r Greater New York you can borrow from us In sums of $10,000 or leu for ten years at 3U. Each tlx months you pay $32.50 for each $1,000 of your loan. This pays the In terest and something on the principal. You can pay more If you like. No renewal or searching fees for ten years. TiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRUST C9 Capital . . $ 4,375,000 Surplus, all earned 10,625,000 176 8-way. N. Y. 173 Rtmsen 81., R'klyn. 3SO rulton si., jamiu. 4he metropolitan season FINAL pi.axs or the opera fOV HAM rOlt THE YEA It. Tw only-two Meek In He filirn Tbl ri i ton Tbe ITrat llprra to Re "The ttlrl f the lioldrn nut" Home of the r trtlst Repertoire to Be "una. I The Metropolitan Opera House will In i accordance with it official prospectus ' made public yesterday open its season ' under the management of OIUllO Oaltl I Caaaaaa on November IS. It will eon- tinue this year for twenty-two weeks and there will n iisiml U subscription i performances on Mondays, Wednesday. Thursdays, Friday slid Saturday after ' noon. It in added that during the second live topics ABOUT ronx "I've got a fine errand. said the man with a grouch. My wife has Just I. ought a new cook book In which she found a re ceipt for chop suey. It said that the bean sprouts, water chestnuts and other hor rata Ingredients could be bought at any ChiMMS merchant's, so she decided that the must try to make it. and I am the goat. I itava to in down to do the curious tourist act and buy those things And then I suppose I'll have to eat it! Wonder what they II put in the cook books noil." fudging cnmplainta against artist Is a common diversion of their fellow ten-1 ants who lack the artistic temperament, bill the most unusual grievance and from her standpoint the most vital has been registered by the janitreea of A building Inrgely occupied by struggling painters. "1et them daub away all they please IB hum r own rooms, sne sain mm i half of the season there will I. series of i mi,)()(y. llr,innw. but for goodness sake it i hai i' Infltienee flftllPh! ill Illl of with an average of weight and brawn that i in feci Ions and per mi i.,i. the sophomores' brea'h awav these ' operates a very potent rating men in bit -k caps and corduroys i "J BlamlardB of ronduel generally. h kve made the college sit up. It started I 'l'"":"'"" "J1"'! L " li,,,r" of '"'mT' " . , ., , and no freshman sets foot upon our campus a. , ho caution rush when the BOphomoM wha . , ,enB,D, (r ft-, ,h,lt huddled around the ha'tered wtir plow , j. nnif pomimlslon to obey llils mi ll it ha it nose buried in the cinder e rclo written w of the pile and to prove him hehlnd Hid North and when die column j self a man. of freshmen came from nobody km ! Summnrixing his opinion Prof. Hibben where and smashed Into the revolving I aaira' Wd t loselv packed crowd. Th" figures ! "And generally it is true that l he ret;- . ... , I i -. i:.it lot, Inn. ninn of tlo ntii. been registered, and it seemed th.V not ana ,if thpm stayed out of th fight. After the first impact th siphomore trashjem was Jammed off hi precarious foothold ontoporthe cannon atsa with nun Dane the thick leather belt j versitv are high minded ntid seir-eon- l trolled, oomma tiding both confidence and respect. Theee men Bet the 'one of ' the place, to whicu any one who desires ! tn secure a footing hofo is compelled to i respond. Whoever among us lacks the PMsentiil of honor and decency will soon subscription performances on Tuesdays and Saturdays. There will lie soecial performance of "Parsifal" and "The Nilielungeti King," in addition to appolsl matinee of some of I he operas of the classic repertoire. Andreas Dippel will bring on his com pany from t'hicago to give six perform ances beginning on February IS, There will lo the usual Sunday concerts. The ojieras will as usual bo given In i Pr.-iifh. Italian and (iortnnn, and in . F.nglish there will be sung for the first j tlmd the pri eri "Mona," with text by Rryiui Hooker and music by Horatio: Parker MoiiBBorajakT'a " Bofta Oodotinofr Thullle'a "Lobetana' and Wotfferraii'a "lie Donna Curloaa" will lie among Ihei novelties to lm sung. There will lie let them leave the clothes poles in the back vard alone They paint them fresh every few day because no two of the artists can agree on nn appropriate color, and when plain people who don't mind looking at a plain clothe pole hang out their wash Hie clothes gel all smeared with fresh paint, "Those love birds." said a keeper In i the aviary at the Bron noo, are more like human lyings in their Actions apd characters than any birds we have in I the place Th male, which you see has a little blue spot on its beak, is as gentle and affectionate as a pet dog. but the female is a regular shrew, and that's the only word by which to describe her. She pecks mil scolds at her mate and often I have seen her lower her head and shove ometini"S ne win from which nmi ,,,nself eliminated llgll me in- aduate sen- t hroui misted the rones th.it were holding his evil il!o pressure of undergrai elMi Mgether. This toppling young , Mmen ana opinion ne wno maaes gooa man landed in the middio of the shoving, j J$G pushing, swe.iting, heaving mess with his ncl,, realleatlon." feet in the air. They brought him out and ; A goon many peieofc n prinroton reel i l turn on the grass and it was several ! that critics of the university will And anoteer answer in in" system i pnjwoai i tr lining that has been M u ted under the I i.uper -leioii of Or .loseph E. Ravoroft, ho In com1 from the unlveraltv of Chicago for that purpose In the after i noon" 'h gymnasium tank ha been rip pled by the splnshes of the entering class minutes tiPiore ne openeo nis pyes. Then another eiphomore who hid jumped on the cannon to cheer his clas into battle form was. tumbled off. and after him a third and then a fourth wen' down, jhe object of the freshmen is to touch I the cannon. To keep them away Is th ! onlv t the freshmen onhomores' talk, and no sophomore ever croft's ida to take stock 0 taking their swimming tests. 1 ue compulsory work applies itus year it is nr. iiav- hallat season with some It'issian dam "i s 1 nun on rne percn headed by Mikail Mordkin. Julia Siedlowa. ehaae him about the cage jabbering all . :.. .. .... . i kin like an od hag the male seems Hatrma I. belter, l.yma M.pouKowa ami , wi,h j( ftR patently as a hen-' , I .1. ....... ...Ill I I k. . . . . . ... . 1 A ll mvAfiiBuvi ttnisitw whi """h 'o ppcKed nusoiinn. lie never ines 'u re danoere, Ottoksr Bartik and LodoViOo ! teUate, and i' isn't on account of fear, na raced will ne tne nanet inssiers. nnu euner. inn oin may n'-is m .mh wny the advanced pupils of lima. t'avBln.r.i' i with me When I apeak to her ahe scolds , SChOOl Will alBO appear, at me me mate seems ro appreciate Artura Toeoaninl, Alfred Hert. fliu-lany attention I pav to him and twitters I seps Sturani. formerly conductor of the ' to "me like an old friend " I'liilatlelphia fiH"ra nouas under llscar, llammerslein, and .fosef Pasternack Will "I note." s ys this ol sen-er. "an in be the conductors. Qlllllo Setti will ' erpaning number of persons now reading i continue in charge of the chorus. IM newBDanere as they ride in automobiles th school for chorus singing is under ., ' ' ,., ..j tW the direction of Han. Morgenstern. At first no nutomob.lian ever d.d this Edward Siedle. who is responsible for ' They were all engrossed in the novelty so many of the fine scenic effects, at the ; of the machine But now you may see Opera house, la again to le technical di - thm reading newspapers rhetor "Why is this? Have people now really Lulaa Tatraaainl and Margaret Mat7-, liecome so used to the automobile that 1 1 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD w TWO STATIONS IN NEW YORK Through trains to Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, and the South, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chicago, and St. Louis, leave the Pennsylvania Station Only one block from Broadway at 32d St. Special tube trains, running through to Manhattan Transfer, connecting with through trains without change at Jersey City, leave the HUDSON TERMINAL at Church and Cortland t Streets, only five minutes from Wall 'Street, and only a few steps from the Subway at Fulton Street. These two stations the ties, men S wh HI he registered this fall every freshtnin was asked whe'her he DOUld I swim. Then the clas was divided into the swimmers ant1 the non-swimmers. The ones who admitted that they didn't know how were grouped In elementary 'classes which will begin work within a short timp. The others have len. hiving their ; test. For th pt-esent all thi' la required ' I that a swimmer be able to go one length i of the tana in retaonAbly good form. i Mill before the purl of the yeir every m in i must be able to lake a plain dive and to swim si le'igih of the iank. or ahou; :20i yards. He must also kr. w the "Id I fashioned breast stroke as well a th.. i Indian stroke and the back stroke, which i lr. Kaycroft believer, la especially useful I in life saving. I rOT the benefit of the elementary classes a platform has be:-n a il in th" tank, ma,c I Ing n depth of only fo';r fet at the shallow I end Thaso bpginners will le laken !'t night." said the freshman. along slow iv in their oouraaa and I le head That boy bad to BmuaB the Bnphomoree of this new department is oonfid ml thai for an hour. the required amount of endurance will The freshmen haven't yet become so- 'come easily if a man does the work OOb cliinated sulflcientiy to be half as inter. I RcfeQtiouely, it he doesn't he will lie ested In Mr. (ratip's rpiirirks about stu- I j,fjrient. And the faculty is right be dent frivoli'ies as the upper olaas men, Maid Or. Ravoroft in this v.- rk. even to -Why." suhi senior ihe other diiy. I the extent or holding hack a nun's degree "you might think tha' we spent all our I if he doean't oome up to the requirements, time sitting around drinking to the toast The swimming Isn't tin- only phase or Here's to excess!' and thai we all went this Work, however t.very freshman a) '-ad and drnnk to e:;ees' Wln ,e obliged t,, lake some sort of tegii lohn (irir Hihhoii. rh !.. I.I. P . t.ir exercise winch is sii!isfa-iorv i Stuart professor of logic, received a re- department. II is believed ihu1 queet from the ('Ariion HttuU recently : phynioal si" t moel institution- is to tell that publication whet hei lie t h, .'igli- fim.il to the coi-.!i.ir,itiVily few men Mr. Crane's Ideaa were correct. develop enough profloiency lo be meni- "I sm fre- to confess." said Prof lliii- j .rs of the vanity Bqtiads, I'lies: men (en. "that Mr Crane'a atatetnents are an . naturally mke care of themselves In tbie exaggerated that I cannot think thai lliejr I reipect. I'.ut il is a' the others that I be will Is? taken seriously by I he reading pub- riPA avatem la aimed. lie On the other hnnd I f ol thai hU j Two new baseball diamond have been attack upon our universities should not laid oul oDnoaite Brokaw Field Wher i ass unonaiiengea, eepeciaiiy wnen men is a desire expressed by such a paper ai udmlts hat a single black Jerseyed en tering student accomplishes his purple. But when the scrap had been going on for two minutes and that's the time when the upper class men usually Interfere and fend the freshmen home -the storm centre hd shifted clear off to one side of Ihe cinder circle. Every freshm in that was Hrngged OUt fought to get back in agsir They were having the tim" of their lives The leas' sophieticsted girl spectator c"'ild sec that lli had won tbe rush. The neit day a freshman was sen limning across tbe campus. Hey. freshman!" yelled a group of fophomores engeged in a session of horsing, "come here!" The freshrn.in came. As he approached the group one of the sophomores ask"d: What s the matter with your leg?" "Oh, I bumped my unee on tne cannon nauer are the not important newcomprs among the women singers. The list of artists in full is as follows. B0FBAN1. Bella iin ' Ann I ' K-nrre Itestinn ! ii,-raltlnl'srrr I Hit Kernl ' OilVC I'remMart I .leiianna . c' ' lima til irk : i Brtaea Mni MI.M SOFS itarlska viiirirh r.nnift Hernlilfls Msrl -esrni I IhiIm Homer . Hflen Ms(lenn ! jeaaaa Hauboutg l-'tre XiiflUlo nyri Bad I Arenilro tlssl Julian l)yrr t Curl Morrisn I I'nrlre l srun i barlei llslmer" , Hflnneta ilrn-. i llrnniina Jallutl.rr . Pasquale mie Hrrnard Hetua Oluseeps Carol anni IJlnn Ollll I HTe Corlt U llllea HUubaw Paole n in"tl lirorfcr. ii,, irasola i titama i iklur 1 Putnam nrlswold IM .ii i Lvikov i Anteaie r'.m i -i nl lirrt Mnrrns Alice Mrlnn Inc i irnrr herelce ae I'nsqiii'.l V.srt' llsppold Leaora Vpsrken huU TMrnzrinl Hot-lns Van Pyrk IM AVO CO-TSAt.T1. vrlr MettfeM Msrfnrrtr Mstroauer rneotior i irriiife l.llh Sneillnc Hrnrirtia rkfflrl1 nafeaci wlckaaai Ttsoai Car .lorn Joha MeCoraiapk Mlrrarde M ar'ln I.snittrrl M , c;. I.alrl ltm(',la llbrrl (Ifl. I.S0 S'rrsli I ilnlirl Sailrref Glovaaal rnatnio BaaiTONI. gdoardo Mlssiaao Vnlni.le s, . ilaunee i!rr.AMi 'lnerno Reflpnlatlaa riareare w bltehRI Hrrinaa M rll BABBI Mairf I liisr (llullo ROM) t.eon Ilo'itifri i..sll H i -.'.larl Aearea d Hguma Herbert tvliheinpoeo the'"' con- wbo there ar already tine' of tberb. ana o-i fiv.sn tb 8 fields 'here will be group g.itii"s for Ihe players who aren't go.si enough to lie exhumed on University Field, another football held has also be ui out lined and SO have ' Wo new mini "r Im-l.et Prof. Hibben went m to siv thai be hall courts. Rnouih new telini courts would make s true siuiement of the ex- : have lvn bull! to bring the number up ihtiria- condliioiis" o lie hid observed;,,, i went v; o. Heretofore there baa expresses riy sucn a paper as i the CarienoM Hrratd to know something of a definite nature concerning the man ners and morals of our Princeton stu dents ' Id them during the last twenty years 1 1 ntinued For twelve year of th' litne I hat aerted at nembei of th dku Iplln row mlttea "f the faculty and Ihcrefore liav bsen in the wh1 of ar lUlrtna an intlmal i nowledite of th various delibauenoil and I i.,. .. , for the alea of Iheir , He lived In a basement at 31 West s. i 'each' of discipline which ocoui from I bioepe, One of ihem baa a medical de- teenth street, The surviving tun to time amonc our itudenta, u i Km, another has been a profeaeor of daughter are nearly blind. i.re a relatively small community, thsy who i bolitloal economy. Fhey are men ol bigu len a tel. i, is association .it I't.iicelon wiitoh haa controlled tha courts A man had to pav to play tennla. This year all the courts are five. The whole new pl-nl i is lo tie run wiin trie ii-a oi getiiue awj from the extra fee syetem, ' Or Ravcrofl has four assistants who it is the same to them us any other vehicle? i Yesterday I saw riding by in an automo bile a woman reading a newspaper. It was one of those unfortunate slips of speech that make the speaker feel like 1 1 biting his tongue out immeriiateiy erter ward. When walking down Amsterdam avenue the man noticed that his shoes Beaded shining, and h took a sat at the nearest stand The bootblack knelt at his feet and said: "What color are your suoes, mister?" "Color?" said the man "Great Soott! Can't you see for yourself?" "Not now." said Bte hoy "My eyee are just about gone Went all of a sud dint. One day I could count the hairs on a man's head a block away, next day ! things began to look kind of dim. next j dav worse, and by the end of the week my sight was gone No help, the doctors say But I can ahine shoes just the aame. Have been at it so long tha' it's kind of I second nature, and all my oin customers j stand by me What color did you say. mister? ' Hlack or brown" " Brown," aaid the man. with a gulp If you want to see a change, a great Mg change, a transformation." said a1 town traveller, "go down and see Washing- j ton Market w it is to-day You know how it used to le? Shed out over the side walk extending from the building to the i curb, end on the sidewalk, along by the ' bunding and also along by the curb. sttrnds for the sale of chicken and cheese ami inesis and vegetables and all soris of thing- through Whloh yOU threaded your way along so much of 'he sidewalk apace ca wes ten remaining. But now? The k .olds have all Is-eii DUl b&i k in !thc market and the sidewalks ere abao imply clear end all around the inarltel bus Is-en s't with plate ylnss windows. I . i. .... i i: ...lr ... l.t.. from ihe effects of an accident on Sep- arm jne ''''"" . ,r, ..... -s-'ij- lember l He had been knooked j on,i - wmg w d , r,v, K JowI1 down by a Hevenlh avenue street oar. , mn look at it now." and II Wai thought tint be might recover. I Rue-bis age. so years, waa against him. "folks may write all the complaining I Tbe Marqtlls'a in went n tbe Stephen i letters they like about delay in receiving I Merrill Burial Company and made ar-!lhpir m,:'.i." said a man the other day, Irangemenla for the cere .r his fatbei'a "but I can give you an Inatnnoe allowing remains. Th.- s.,n iii to-.iav confer that aoine or the clerks t any rate are 1 .i...i i, . . . i , ili A i ui-v hi m i r n i 1 1 1 .i ' , with the French Consul here. The Mar- ; JJ"J a u , -ii,,,,,, ,-. . quia oame to America aobul forty yean I tra station, Philadelphia. Pa' I have i ago with his ion and daughter and hud never lived Mill Idelphla, and nfter Bunnorted himself by leaching Prenoh. I trying there tne si once people Accommodate of New all Sections YorK Serving directly the downtown financial and business district, as well as the uptown hotel, shopping, and residential sections. For ticketa, delivered at home, office, or hotel; for Pullman reservations and any information, apply to CITY TICKET OFFICES: 2b3 Fifth Avenue, SOI Fifth Avenue, 461 Broadway. 170 Broadway, 111 West 125th Street. Telephone t. STUDDS. D. P. A Madison Square 7900" , 263 Fifth Avenue, New York City. .i u HAI Yii.it: is OK Alt. Impavcrlsbed Mnrmiis gueewnha i in jnrlea Received in SI reel treMent, I 'ow n the K.i- t River In tbe city morgue , last night was the body of lasui Philippe e Metayer, Marqula de Quichalnville, l he Imooveriehed head of i noble French finn- llv died reelerdav In Bellevue Hospital xr.n s of PLAYS AMD players. Play BVDGBT E XII I HIT OPEX. v.a.rie Ttiammiin to Predilcr a b William B. Meleney. Frederic Thompson yesterday an nounoed for early production a four act drama entitled -(Ira ft." by Ueloney, well known as a newspuper man Bad mugazine writer, who. May 81. re signed as executive secretary to Mayor flaynor. Mr. Thompson will put the piny hi rehearsal this week. Mr. Meloney lias been a newspaper man for eighteen years. He came from California ten years ago and joined the staff of the KVenm? Worto from which he was transferred to the staff of the World He resigned from the World three years ago lo engage in maga zine work exclusively Later he became executive secretary in uif tui". The Hhuharta announce mai Npceeh by Ihe Mayor Tola Fire De partment Show To-nmrrow. Mayor (iaynor will open the budget exhibit at noon to-day in the old Tefft- William Brown i Weller Building at 330 Broadway. There will l B number Ol speosers. raviuuiug the Mavor and Kire Commissioner .lobii son. To-morrow at ll A. M. Ihe Fire Department's part of the budget exhibit programme will begin Commissioner Johnson will have lined up in front of the city Hall nineteen pieces of apparatus The Mayor will (e saluted with sirens and tire bells. Vet eran fire horses wearing collars of flowers and berlbboned will be led up to Mayor (iavnor as he stands on the steps of the City Hall. The most celebrated of these horses are Brentwood and The Abbot. Kritr.i Brentwood hus Iveen galloping to lire iNtrrrti thv tor lluy aad louiig Wen. mi. darkness rathr than lull' have lit opportunity of concealing habitual prao- tn of a disorderlv and disgraceful nature. What one nay attempt to do under ooverl M.on become a matter of common report snd oommenl I oneeouently it cannot tie J i..,thip tha' ' who live iii Prlnoetou are j in ignorance of our own tate of sffai.s With a full knowledge of the facta there-! i-.re i beg leave tn sia'i nrt emphatically tnd without any reservation wbataoever that Mi I thiic's charges of general drunk enness und immorality at Prtnoeton arc holly fale tin students who nay be jivrn to driinkeiiiiess and unmoral hahlta r the rare sicrptlon. When such OOUdllol nei ur il is In deflnr'-" nf th" stiiila:fls and t h prevailing Influeuooa of Ihe place ami no( h- t h" result of them i hs rutom of tirinkiiig. moreover, is not m all a conspicuous api 01 of our academic 'le The man who here 1 known sniong h rotiirsdes as a dissipated anil dissolute t:'ow loses caste ar once He may consort a few of his own kind for a while, I ill thrs is no place for him either of influence nf prominence or of honor in the under--..'! mte pursuits and activities, More i.vr such a character does not long sum ivs in .ur academic world, for man who lonl dav and uarouaei by night Inevitably f i behind In his cllge sork - leh a per" i set in th" work reuu.reri of ' rude tit s at Princeton that only a clear I Kdsd and self-controlled man i oiiiable .-I malntalnlni i'1- standing und of end ths end 1 h statement will he ALFBKO h. MAM Emit: iiEAO intellectual training and they are I Here I ... .1. .1... Lnulnaoj I.., I II,",. IITH III bl football, baaeball, basketball, perhaps I K,n tw n)r ami for (iovarner aa tbe indoor baaeball. oroaa-oountnr running Prohiwtleii Candidate. in graded squada and also the usual in-; door gymnasium work when Hie weather Alfred Is'e M.niierre. n ktwyer prorni is too severe In permit outdoor Work, i pent in the Prohibition party end the Dr. naycroii is a great aavooaie m ireon air in sensible qiiantltiee. In connection With tins physical train ing will be a course of ten leotur the letter to .his city The impreeeione and I of Ihe rubber si imps on the envelope show that so unsu satin Bliempi was nii;de to deliver II i the Grand Central Siuuon In lllii city Finally, about ten davs after it wits Marled on its journey, u was deliver -d ;o me at my home in The Bronx. Hereafter the oavlltera at the methods of the Poet Office Department will have to shew roe." son of the late Benjamin V MtJilerre, I w ho wfa onoe n polioe oommiaaioner, died at his residence. SSO Wesi Seventy : sixth strei i . yesterday, after ,.n illness of several weeka Mr Manlerre waa the Prohibition ( o&ndldite for Mayor In I son gnd for Qov- i emor in 1803 The New York Prohibl tlonlata propoaad him for President nt ihe convention of the Prohibitionist". ! ar Columbus, (Ihio. In ISM He was member of the .New i nil, county com s. hefl will ODen her annual Metropolitan for eighteen years ana is zi years om. 1 ....... a MMUnl at -1-1. a 11 I, .1 In, UU.II Ttlr.,.. I Kit O tWClltV ellg.lgenieill tiimt-i mi.-ii .. n. .-". i r .-,.,.., :-. - - i . r, ii ei. ...... li.u,i,.. I -.an ii iii i. ii .... . . - . .f , 1 1 m i i.l i w ' ". veil rs i . M lir ic in o .i. i" ' -- - - ii, c I I ne oejiarimeni win iiavt- on uuin lion at 3S0 Broadway novellies and im provements In the way of tire prevention und fire control apparatus. It will show also a series of moving pictures illus trating the everyday work of the firemen. IM in per sonal nygiene which it. mpwi tun give and Upon wnicti ihe freshmen will be required to pas an examination. He belie.es that there is nothing us-n wl i h the average man it- as ignorant n upon the fundamental principles of medicine and the care of the body. His lectures will embrace a range of topics that the faculty believe will lie of great service to young men at the age of the average freshman. It haa been noticeable at the opening I lnittee of his pariv and for severs I veura of college thai there is very little discus- W M ,, morober of the BtatB executive Ion of Princeton's new president, Home- J oommittee He was trustee and legrl how the impression lias gone aiounii inai nH vlser of th th tendency will lie lo select a man oin- ,lfK.jBt jon. side of the faculty, some one who has not ' Manlerre was bom in 'his oltV in been in touch with the troubles that went . tif, w.lhi tr.Au fr(ll, Columbia uni- . ..i. ihe oi. is of isvi end look uu the Xear the jeweller'B front window sat a young woman painting with an exceed ingly delicate brush "She i painting llie bends on those black o'ii fuisil watcbef, the jeweller suit "A lot of penile who buy black wai hes complain that they cannot s-e th ohi hands against ihe black back ground It haa never occurred to the managers to make the wan he In the tirsr place Willi white h ind, s) when the cus tomer requests It ih" young lady paints the hands white " EOlt SI f EH AHE MAURI AliES Alice stone Hlaekwell tliiulil llllmbialc ; I nn. I unnl III.. , anil lil S l ew. '.rati..) by faculty ami undergraduate -'--imopv niike The uppei fas etiiba ..ver without a mei axcptlon strict ly on two or tnree years ago insiue uie veriety. But if the students aren i talking a a president they certainly ai aioir 'he new out V Stem. II appears n il ihe faculty lu Voided upon a oer- ', tain limit of cii's from olassea and ii has alsodeoldedthat that limit can't heoroeeed lor .my reason h all. The lawmakers i believe tha' the limit has been made lib- mSlaral enough to suit anybody. This the I or I atudenta don't argue especlall 111 lalxing I lit they i 1 o-,-i .- rules don'i like th" idea of not be I .g able to -nicker off' cut. One application o' the new rule has been mi intoxicating beverages and all noHoeOJny tnemenwnoarewiiiiBBcourse r samhllna In and about Ihsli Drem. I Ul geology. i ney are rmuiraa hi in an ' 11,1, prohibition sppeats both in I certain number or out Of low n t rips nn,.,; lui I ,.d ,n ih-h iB.loua through the urm, trim i tha Imtbm Hwnvtliiiiai. -e ..-i- ihey get condil loneil and if they do take them, inquiries havp developed, Ihey gel en's from th" other recitations that 'all on the same day. "They get us coming and going, said e of these men lo-dav. It we Bon t H i he ice of law in hi father'a ofll w.'S r member of the ti -, of MPnlerrS Manlerre will, offices at 31 V. ss.u ar Ho wra a director and treaaurer of ihe New York Red Cross noapltcl and rn r ider in the Prcsbyteripii ( hurch of Scar borough, a mempor of the Alpha iieii; Phi ir.lerniiy. Phi flete Kappa, the Bar Association, 'he Countv Ur.wyere Aaso- cistion "'id the Ci.y I'luh He leave r widow. QlJrflOlia IjOCkWOOd Manlerre, end three children, Ruth Lock wood Penlamln t 2d and Alfred I.. Manlerre, li on l iiesiiav evening. October 10. and con mining for un indelinile engagement. Mine Scheff Will appear in a new comic opera entitled "The Duchess." the music of which is bv Victor Herbert and the book by Joseph llertert and! Harry H. Smith in addition to Mme. Scheff. the company j includes George Anderson, John F.. llar. aard, Madison Smith. George Graham. ; David Undaey, miey Lroamoeriain, Charles Flynn. May Boley. Mllian Spenwr I and Mildred Meade A cable from Liverpool yesterday nn ' no meed the sailing of Harry Laudef on ihe BaxonlB. He will arrive in Una ! country next Sunday and on Monday will begin liis fourth American tourat the Mon ! hatt.m Opera House, where he will appear for six matineea ami six night perform- ' ami's COTTON HMCOKO hrohex. gavanaab Makes Uargest one a smip- I mi nt In World's lllslor). I .. .. Savannah. Oct. 1 More cotton was sent out Of the port of Savannah yester day than has ever been shipped out of any port In one day in the history of the THE GR0FF SCHOOL IB! wtt ?2d st n$m lrks in Idral nuA wc iinnai at a boardlnf an 1 QJaJr iCMMi If a bn? l bright and withes to make rapid progtrf-. he l. not held bark by rtavm of mny other lint, er hv the old "grade teni." If he in timid or nervous, lie len oiraced ; If he la rrele, IntereM In bit atudle U aerared; If he doea not know how to apply hlmaelf, be la taught. To thla lnTldldiu.1 method of teaching l due the t.roff MfeMI'l wonderful i-rea. and "tui rr I- nhal talka, A thoroughly up t data rimmfrrlal 90UfM jr DOyi wno ao nut arsire to go to roii'gc. A moat liberal ayattni of athletlca, wTsely dlraptod rrlinnry department. No female tearhera lnairurtora o( older boys tearh the youngrr onea All work prepared at the arhonl under th dlrertlon and aaalatance of eipert tearhera unkta home work la preferred. Reopeni Sept. TAth. Call on or addreaa the I'rlnrlpal i now at the achoob. urn re hnura. 0 to 4. or by appointment 'Phone, 744 Columbua. BDCyTAMfl'Q rrinsw Stationary and rilie Enarravinar BRENTANO'S Sib Are. S'th i new IHU Boston, (,rl 1 Miss Alloa stone mack well. Boston B leaatng s'nraim. tlaArU ausaaeted a mc.rriace ervi-o aapsoially When Ihe last ship sailed just before I adantad to the needs and vlewa of woman I midnight to make good the oontraota lr7L.i... bi.. i,-i l,.i th. , which culled for September sailings a t , ,,nh.-. . .. - i I., mi f ui.TiS lialcs had been sent away in the day The value of Ihe combined sh pmeii's is estimated at 8i.';5ii,iKin Obltuar) Vine. Prank frsslmsn. vlcs-presldenl Hlus iirsn litimbsr ompaoj -Pmf Hlhhen sees il the temptations i colleaje toe n are no greater than those oi any olty or village community, and he leis ihst Prinoeton is "particularly fa red m the many influent bb hera vrhieh mi for the conservation of nianh.il i . haracter." Hla answer g;. on: Of the I,iimbsr i ompaoy. died yeater- day ui the gtern eaniiarlum, a' "41 Waal I I nil enns w ,pis hs w ;is Taken three s eU sgo sufferlns from stomal h trotihle. cm-1 pncatjon- -et iii anil last triday an opera- lion aas performed from which Mr reel man did nn' riilb nil ti i in hi Hie I ime of hli death Ssre hir ni'ithei and father. Mr 'i oollsgs wa have Inherited from psm a hiuh moral standard Slid deep n si'iim convlctlana ahieh ranilnui' in - i a rontrolllns Influence In mil rind sctlvltlea. Soma sevenleen n.". ths undergratPistes started i .-nt fnr (he Introduction ol the . r ystsm In tha conduct cf asamina Thl tnivsmani eas wholly spon- ci- nil He ir imrl and was net ilii 'n'ed t miv uggasiion from ths board of Iruiiees .a the faculty, tnd iiii- -i. id. 'in demand, that ihey b Ilko men nf honnr in ttirir loriuai .. South reunions to 'heir Instructors, Is It-elf an tat year the SOOlstV distributed 180,000 ime nt tnese men m-amr. 11. w" i 1 , na ,(pnih ears b i IllOthSI und father. Mr (.prain additions to It is a dilTe.enl mat go we get conditioned! " we SO go We .n( Mr- hank K ( reelmnii hla wife, Pearl Possil.lv il w.iuld be a good idea can't save up uny outsto ue m lengthen jToo K ' reel man iinri hi- hrotljar, tharlea ,'. jn oltUBf whirh should make M out vacaiion. Oh. you gay OOllegB rmejman Ot ttBj ,..!, reference ,o the .p.e.t.on of equal llftl ( c,.,,rs ago and ftSa a grsduate of Wabash pnlltiosl riRhts lor instance some such t'ollegs at i r.i fouls', ill,.. Ind funeral phrase as this might he inserted: ' 1 proline.- II .-oii ii. Waul aBdlBg Mailer. snrvlcns will be held to-day and the MdVltO aid and esHist my husband (or Wife) i f Jin. ,,, ,,r ..ill I"11 ,,m l"P,,d '" MtgnpolBt, K. C, foi in HV,,,.V W(lv lo help him (or heij An appeal for , reading matter or ail bi irial. , t , to uphold his (or hen political views.' kinds lo ne nieinouiea suiuug uwhimi' i rrnns n i, wn n c "-i iy ' mj rheluiva the first waddlna In ihis conn and -.tier institutions is ..eing son, out ; i'',,;; ',,,-, ,c,,,b,.r, IBM ii ,' iork . it v. by the Hospital HOOk and Newpar ' ,,, min f I'hgrles Hllrfd. fkion afer his f which .Mrs. Abram . Hewitt , Imth nis latner Qisq unn a Knaroian took . ....... I ff.r Iww.lfti I """ '" ' I . i ' I . " . .', 1 , I." i'l! ...ll I k 1 1 s iJfragists She behoves tliat ths cere mony should embody perfect equsHt for mail a-id woman and not allow elthe to have the upper hand. .. fh cotton went out on eleven ships Tha much disliked word "obey would i 1(p forjgn ports and two to ports in have to be Stricken out to suit SUffragO tna IJnttwd Males (ireat Britain is the purposaa n-ui aoma word suMtitutad deatinatlnn of 34, .no bale. Prance gets which would allow the wife to disobey 1 jn hales. ifl.SK) go to the Continent, her husband WithoUl breSklng herVOW. I while 4,872 lialr are ilentined for points The word obey in the marriage service ; ifnlted Hiates In the continental is now generally Objected t ., sivs Miss (.laminr-minn sre 1,100 bales which will got Hlaekwell. und many women, wnmiwr fa Bombay, India believers in SIltfrSgB or not, refuse to re- , peat It in the marriage service i nuns suffragists WOUItl very generally concur, in advising Its removal. . Aside from th e slngls change 1 (hink i the average auffraglai would not object i to using the marriage serrtaa as it Is uaed 1 to-dsk- At least there is no part 01 11 wnion i SO rtCQUCC Tyrnitiw ooujd be objeoted to. "Whetl.nr it would be wise to make i IWgTsWCHOW. For Bay sari Tosng Men Mr. Carpntr' Private Claim ion no is. Sin Went r.sa At., near 7 4lh at. Prrprr fur all .-.ilrr and bOSTdlBI arhonla Bebaoi lrsltilnu tiffiin hrrr ESCSUSBt manual Iralolnl fiitilpmrnl TtlrfS hours dally for oul door nn VI rrk fnil Irlps 10 tlif ountrj . OfTDOOII l.ll'l. A KBATt Hr lealbl ' Bsatas Oeteaer t. Collegiate School A. I . WAHHRNj Headmaier 341 HKM 77TH HIKKKI. Sachs Collegiate Institute S8 West SSth Street Fortieth year begins Wednes day. September 27th. Boy a Ihoraustily prtpirtd for all col ljra and aclcnilRc choolt. Com pleia builnea course. Special st icnilon paid to primary Istirucilon. Claisra limited Is number. Leaaoas prepared In afternoon atudy hour under anpervlaion. Carefully ref lated aihietica. Laboratory, Cymnsslnm. ' Dr. OTTO HOFN1G. - Principal Bot prepared for the C'sllesrf saB Srlen llfls Bohoola. Primary Useartmoat. Modora School ll.lldlna Weli-iulppoB liymaselsni. B14fh rear begin October S. TRINITY SCHOOL l.te-14" HI SI Ills I HI. NPKCIAI. NOTICES, X'TRI f I Primary Laws-wa 141 WESI oisi KOCMIKH 170 Grammar arid Hlfh Schools. l.iiuipmeui, I'rrparea ror ollrae few plnrea are villi onen Berkeley School 72d Si. andiWast End Aeanui "Pram PRIMARY m QOLliEOK 'I'hirty-one Years' gUOOBBBful Work PREP ARM for ail c.oiiegse. Technlcsl BoBOOIB, West Point anil Annapolis for llusiness Military Drill inptionab. Two butldmgS -all outside, light rooms. Nine teen instructor l boys, small clatJ.'s Individual attention. JOSEPH CURTIS SLOANE. Htadmmuc- Srnd fnr llhiatratrtl Yfnr Bnnk TBLKrUONB COIAMBt'S 1415 A Skin Tightener To Reduce Wrinkles . "' .. .... . , i i.. hiniioHl I ..nil.. Mo, what B tlie lireeiaent. I no aninana ior uuosai i,i. , linnl lb. us lo,,, I, i mid reading mst'er of all kinds is eon- I fr,, (isorgetawn I jllverslty wlththeelasB staully Inoreasillg and many reipiebts nf ISB'J and from Harvard law sijmol In ..,...,0 fr.o. in,, iiionritainoiis regions in 1 iwt:. After eradiiiition he canie lo New i.-ii, ano iuos ue hio linn in r di iaw. ih s;i he married Miss Mny ( hllds of St. in atinn m ins nten moral tons ana neaim I newapapars, ib.buu magaainea '-" ,,) rw Rochalls and Mr Rudd survive i 'h undersraduatB body In IhS fellow- I books without filling the demnnd. lo- lljn; n n;B , ' i ; . ,, ,i fnrn ed s law part 1 iniri. and un to the present time this . notions msy tie sent to room 417 of the 1 ,,,oh!t. with II K lllair. Wblcb a son of ., ,.r 1.,.,,,,- t..u kuiai im rpuin ml I I'niled Charities Building. .Mr lllair has slues Joined try solemnized in ai-eordaiKat with at riot Iv modern ideas of expial righla for both man and woman was (hat of my father and mother -When they were married many years ajrn hv 1 lie ate 1 nomas nnniworin inn oTnaon Ihev not onlv struek out the word obey from the serfvoe, but each signed manifesto in which eaoh repudiated all possible rights he or she might have over the other a actions. This manifesto was published and made ijulte a sensation at the time. (From Popuiat atsdletBsi In baetlty culture, a la the treatment oi diss ass, the tendency nowadays i to seek the removal of CBUBBSi rather than to treat symptom ur effect In th matter of wrinkles, for Instance, we know I hat Ihe lines or furrow are reused by the skin becoming inn in place, so it dor pel prrfetfly fit the tlesh beneath. The skin thru ' w rinkles or sags Naturally tha proper thing to do is to lighten Ihe skin make It nt then there' no room for lines, wrlnglsa und fuld. and 110 surplus skin In sag or bns ThS best known formula for the pur pose Is Hsiollte, I nr. , In '-, pint wlteh nasal. I'srss a wssh lotion. The effect Is truly remsrkshle, especially a remit sre Immediate Ask thedruggint for t he powdered sssolite, which dissolves more uulckly ttisn suy other form. I or filrl sntl lining Ladle. SEVENTEEN EAST SIXTIETH STREET PRIMARY DEPARTMENT ACADEMIC COURSE coLlrgk PREPARATORY COURSE DOMESTIC SCIENCE FINE ARTS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER FOURTH School! ol rh? eli si (Hilars. DR.SAVAGE GYMNASIUM Mill VI. I NCHOOI. IKIXIM. swimwim. pom. rawcura Claaaca a'lil ladh lilual Instruction (or Men, I W omen anil rslldren In cver .Iriiartmrui. Nuw iipi'N inrralsrs ,'ios f.i seth si. Musical. COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL IOI Mill! IJH4. EW I-IKEPR4IOF 111 ll.nii. . nan M itF.rr ami i kmkai. park r.sr. IIOIM M l KS.M l 1 1 1 Plir.PAKKH lorU- II MI1IA, IIIINKI 1.. HAKVARII. I'RM. IOM. VAl.F. and other college,, till. III SINftNH ( Ol RSK. I'KIHAHl CI.ASSIS. Ijtbnrainrlca. (ivmnaaluni. Athletic I lel.l special 4'nnrae srrsnsed 'or hoi a who hs fslfed In 4'ollrg Knlrsnre Kaamlsalloa'. Syms School is II I' 1ST siST BT8JKBT. . I THIItTKENTH VKAH OfKNS '1 ' ; 1 PrsMrei is tor rolleic or bosrdinj wnuoi. 1 i.hniieu rarollment. Bpsrlsl erapBasu on i I'ngllah In all dspsrlmrnll , 1 flaaa work anrt Kblvldusl iBStrWItOB. BUMy hours under auperi'lMOB of .compsisai 1 teachers .No (a.ls. Ill tnnsabim IM Plsyirousd. wii.m-.KT p. 1 1 inn sun. Head Ussier. Pauaa I nw I'laa. MARC LAG EN IRVING SCHOOL L. D. RAY, 35 W. in a Is MANAGER OF MUSICAL ASTI81S lot riiTHAir.Mr-. M'.w sURK CITY Mlacellaasoaa BOOKKKKPr.RS tuarsnteed paatlnc of C 1. A. l..... Urn.'... 1' li 1 mi VJmmt , .1. a. Klruirniarv, l'riisjtr., aierntsaiais . no oiliinerrlal lleiinrtinrnl. Thontugh preps rat las f"r sllsas, I No bom lildi for Beyi neiler Bftero. School now In Seatlon. Phone 6Jb Si.iui u.;. I