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TftE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912.'
10 COUNT DE LASTEYRIE
Hvmi Hoatli of Her Aunt, Mrs.
(inrlct, CniiKcs Simple
niiiin: IS SPORTSWOMAN
riitli' Will fio Cnniping, Shoot
inir anil risliiup; on
Mi- t'oiisliinco Warren, only daugh
ter "f .Mr nnd .Mrs. Ueorgo Henry War
tin. marrhd to Count Ouy lunula
.tulcs do Lasteyrle. son of the Mnniuls
,le 1 ,.ift'yrl- of Franco and a direct
.1, itiilant of Lafayette, yesterday
nf rnoiin at tho homo of her parents.
y-4 r'fth 11X011111'. U was n very simple
ncdding ami waa witnessed by relatives
nnd iniiinati friends of the talr. I'lans
for it mote elaborate wedding hnd to lio
h .niii il owing to tho recent death In
ens f the bride's aunt, Mrs. (Joelet.
t'k marriage ceremony waa per
' i tned In tho druwlng room by Mgr.
M t. livello of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
((!.Hted bv tho Kev. Father Ityrnu of
the tatliedrul jijirlsh. Tho civil cere
mony which had been contemplated was
dispensed with, as It was found un
nrcessnry. Tho drawing root. was deco
ro'eil with pink uzaleus, whlto roses und
The bride entered the room with her
fB"nT. hn wore a trained gown of
iphv uhlto corded silk embroidered In
in it- with a design of birds In Might.
T 'e front of tlio kowii was draped with
. ill point l.ice and there wero sprays of
eriinue blossoms reaching from tho cor
sage to tho edge of tho skirt. Tho veil,
on exquisite piece of old point lace that
liHd been worn by tho bride's mother
fit her own wedding, wus arranged with
mrditeval effect about the face, being
held by a ehaplet of ornngo blossoms
and extending to the end of the train.
Th bridal bouquet was of lilies of tho
valley and orchids and tho nly orna
ment worn by the- brldo was a necklace
ef pearls. ,
Meorgo Henry Warren, Jr., only
irnther of tho bride, acted as best man.
Tiero wero no bridal attendants or
ier. Immediately after the ceremony
- bride and bridegroom went to tho
"miry, where the papers necessary to
ie marriage were signed In tho pres-m-e
of tho family lawyer and the
iirnle's parents. Afterwards a buffet
urn neon was served. The first one to
d'ink the health of the Count and
i' intess was Frederick Townsend Mar-
n. who Introduced Count do Lasteyrlo
io .Miss Warren when he was herj last
mong those present for the marrlago
were Mr. and Mr. Whitney Warren, Mr.
and Mrs. William (Ireenough. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles 1'. Williams, Miss Georgia
Williams, Mrs. William II. Tllllnghost,
Mrs. Louis L. Stanton, "Mr. and Mrs. J,
Itowland Auchlnclos, the Misses llab-
oik, Mrs. Moses Taylor Campbell. Mlsa
M.irla do Harrll. Charles 12. Sampson,
Mrs Henry A. C. Taylor, Mr. und Mrs.
i 'paries II. Hlllhouse, Frederick Town
snd Martin, Mrs. H. Le Hoy Kmmet,
Mt.s Fanny Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Kar
' W Illggs and Miss Elllo Pearson.
Many cables of congratulation were
ei."ved from friends and relatives In
'unit de I-nsteyrle and his bride left
i night for California by way of
adilphla. Washington and New Or
"3ti. It Is their Intention to be gone
ff-ral months and during that time
h"v will travel extensively. They will
.. with them a full camping outllt,
- will shoot and fiih and expect to
c ng back many trophies, as well as
n i. . graphs. On their return in the
s-r t.g fount and Countess de Lasteyrlo
i remain here a shoft time and will
fill for France, to pass some weeks In
' " before going to the Chateau de
i '.range, his father's home.
The engagement waa announced In
s late last October, the bride having
n abroad with her parents for sev
ra. tnnnths. She is a devotee of out
r life and several tithes In Newport
... in a record as a swimmer and a
aer 'f lawn tennis, often taking long
j Us about the country.
' ini de Lasteyrlo is no stranger
lie has lived In the I 'tilted States
greater part of the last four years
ml luat winter was In New York for
-rason. Ills mother was before her
i r ..re a Miss Ooodlake, of English
- . Ir'i extraction, being related to
' r family of the Duke of Lelnster.
Ilrrqulnlico llr Prna.
asilsoton, Dec. 111.- President Taft
ii ! the wedding to-day of Miss Mai-
-i In l'eria, daughter of the. Minister
'n ''rugua and Mine. De I'ena, to the
! s'-eietarv of Mm Chilian Legation,
MeJndio llerqulnlgo. Cardinal
e i. performed the .ceremony, as-
d Mgr l-e and the Itev. John M.
1 p-tion and wedding breakfast fol-
i i i" hur. li ceremony. The Sec-
' state and Mrs, Knox, the Ftench
mss.iO it and Mine. Jusserand, and the
Ambassador and .Mrs. Ilrce were
K ,l pnsent. Later In the after-
ouag people left for a bridal
io i en i a . Dee. ID. - A. Phillips
i" of wn-lungton, D. ( , married in
' 'n ilsy Mirts Jeanne Crnzer, daugh-
I Ihoiims Middlelon. The Itev
I.iiitou of Itnlley Park performed
m.iiih i the Middlelon apartments
iiimrs There was no bridal
i 1 'I 'inly Immediate members of Mir
' 'tie bride and bridegroom were
'" f llir Social World.
' i' k l-Mrv nil! xlrm a Alnntr.
I ' i njll ilaiii-r, tu-nlcht at her
id w.-.i Klftv-hltth trct.
t" Hunt lll alia a dne to-nliht
m ' f.,r her drhulanlc tUuehtsr, lla
Hun' Aimlh-r ilancn of to-night
r " t' Mri. Rilwln llolmea and
' v ' Sinllh at the lllts-Carlton,
' Mn.'iri MarDnifl will gla a din-.-i
i f'.htrry'a for Mt rrlacllla
ino'lier, lri .1. Udijar Hull, will
-c artrrward at Delmonlco'a.
"f MII lm icUm looilfht by Mra
Ti'nlnill, Mri. Ufnry bellman and
', id lor
lb nrv K llrownlnf g yntfriliy
a nincii-ori for hr il.uig)iicr.
' " A'lt-unlu and Marjorle Urownlnr.
" " urn H. Tlaldwln savn a lumheiui
" "-r 'luuKhter, Ml.. Dorothy Jlaldnln, at
Ooiliam mtrilay, sflerw.ini uk
c uer na.ta to the Plalioue. Anion
t ii wtr tiie MIj.h Nina I'arla, Olory
i: Helen Hacnn, PcgKy Iluili, (Iraca
Kai (Irlfflu, Kathnrlna Kopptr,
Iiaidwln and HtrlruJe Murray,
H Krncli,Hy,i, m give a rrpllon
houjf, K wrat Flfly-elghth etiect. on
' Hifrnooo of Oecrmber li.
PB0F. BINGHAM BACK FROM PERU
Hiplorrd the I.oat City nnd tlrlnirr.
Skulls or It Inhabitant.
Prof. Hiram Illnghum, chief archtrolo
glst of Vale, who has been unearthing u
lost whUe granite city In Torn on u
plateau 2,000 feet ubovo tho valley of
tho Urubamba Klver, reltiftied yester
day by the I'nlted Fruit Menmshlp
Santa Marta with tho skdlls of some
of tho former residents of Mm prc-Inca
temples and n few skeletons of crea
tures that roamed tho region beforu the
lemplo builders came.
Assisting tho l'rofessor wero nr.
(leorgo F. Kulon of the I'eabody Insti
tute, l'rof. Herbert H. Gregory, geolo
gist of Vale, unii l'rof. Osgood Hardy.
Nearly all the jirehlstorlo city, In
cluding more than 100 burial places,
was uncovered, and Ufty skulls wero
brought hero on the Santa Martu. Thn
skulls Indicated that their owners wero
of almost modem Intellectual develop
ment. This was further demonstrated
by the finely wrought bronzo tablets
and pottory uncovered.
Wlilo exploring a mountain top In
southern Tent l'rof lllngham's mules
balked In tho deep snow mid eventually
statnpeded down tho steep trail. Later
his bIx Indian guides followed the mules.
Ho wandered down the mountainside
until ho eamo to an Indian boy dodging
among the crags. The boy never had
seen n white man and ran. Finally the
professor found an Indian who ptlottd
him back to tho place ho had started
On the way ho saw right magnificent
glaciers rising more than L'.ooo feet
above him. This sight alone, ho said,
was worth tho peril of being lost.
l'rof. Ulngham brings with him Junn
F. I-cgtllii, 13 yeais of age, son of a
former 1'resldent of l'eru. The bjy will
attend school In Virginia.
MRS. HECKSCHER'S DANCE.
Garataj I'rom Other Dinner Attend
Mrs. CI, Maurice Hekcher gave a
dance last night In the new ballroom at
the Illtz-Curlton, lief guests Including
young marrlul couples of society nnd
others, ltefore the danrn there was a
small dinner given by the hostess at her
house, 62 West Fifty-first strett, and
there were also other dinners given by
Mis. Stuart Duncan and Mrs. I'. Stuyve
(tout l'lllot, their guests later going to the
Mrs. Heckseher, wearing a costume of
sapphire blue and gold brocade, trimmed
with rivain lace, received at the stairway
leading to the ballroom.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
George K. H.iker, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Oren
Hoot, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart Walker.
Mr, and Mis. Frank II. Ketch. Mr ami
Mrs. Monsuii Morris, Mr. and Mrs. ilernon
S. l'rentlce, Mr. and Mrs. Ollwr llarri
inan, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan. .Mr
and Mrs. I'auldlng Fosrtlck. Mr. and Mrs.
Iluell Holllster. Mr. and Mrs. Howard C
Ilrokaw, Mr and Mrs. James A. Harden,
Mr. und Mrs. Courtl.tndt Nleoll, Mr. ami '
Mm. 1. Townsend lturdeti, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. J. Watson Webb. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry I. Nicholas. Mr. and Mrs Harr T
Peters, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Lewis MurrK Mr
anil Mrs. ,los.-pti IJ. Stev.us, Mr. and Mrs
Newell Tlltou. Mr. and Mrs. William W. I
Hopplu, Mr. und Mrs. Wlllard S. llrown, '
Mr. and Mrs. .Morgan (,'opperthwnlte, Mr
and Mrs. Walter N. Stlllman, Mr. audi
Mttt llt.st,l II XV.., l.u I - ...... '
.... ... ,r.i-, ,ii. .iiiu ...in,
George Y. Vanilei hoef, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth H. Schley, Mr. and Mrs. S. 1 Un
man Illrd. Mr. and Mrs Chatles C.
Auchlncloss, .Mr. and Mrs. r II. II. Fre-
llnghuyhen, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wag
staff. Jr., .Mr. and Mrs. Theodom V. A.
Trolter. the Misses Cornelia lndon.
Angelica schujler Drown, Harriet nnd
Janetta Alexander. Mary Thaer, Mur
Jorle Hlair. Helen N. Trotter. J.uclle
Thornton, Frances Russell T.ilntor.
Ueatilce Gordon Pratt and .Mary V I !.
also Kvander II, Schley, S.ton Henry,
Ourtptfu 'P ltr..L-. Il.,.lu.... ,n .
Frank A. Munsev.'T.' ciu-iiev mrW.u,,.,' !
llinviiiil IMilpps, Harry AniMori Curtis, i
Seymour Johnsnn, .1 Hills llxfruian. M. 1
our .lunns'ui, ,i i.iiih iiMirman. .M. '
r hin'. Jr, 1'erev l-jne :d. Fu-d- I
Theie was general dancing nnd sunni r i
as served in the banquet room.
BENEFIT DANCE AT PLAZA.
Aliilnnie of I he Mlsaea llaatrra'i
"it'liool Ihe lloateaaea.
Under the auspices of the nlumnie Of
the Misses Mastirs's School there was ,
nem in ine nawioom or tne riaza last
night a dame for the benefit of the
Dohbs .Neighborhood House In Kast .
Among the patronesses present were
Mrs. C. Crosv. nur "Wyetli, .Mrs. flenrge i
L. McAlpln, Mrs. William C, n.Urs, Mrs
Yl-tlll.,... U i.l..,,.. 1 .... ii'itu . '
,,tiiu i.whxi, ...ii-. iiu.ini iiosh
Proctor, Mrs. William A. Adilance, Mrs. i
Walter DamroMh, .Mrs. William Allen
llutler, Mrs. William I'. Ketehnm and
Mrs. IMward S. Knapp. 1
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS,
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnni ZleiUrr, Jr.,
It rtiirnliiK for llollilnya.
llor Srri.sr.s, Dec l!i lr and Mrs
William Zieuler. Jr. who emm. in'iim
Springs after their marriage In New Vork (
lust week, have returned lo .New ork foi
the holidays. I'hey will spend Junuary
.nhHeach and later wi,l ,,e tor I
Several brides nnd hrhlesronina Imvn
Joineit tne colons Here in Ilieml iiny or two
iiiiKini them Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlrlinnls '
whu i were married in .New York Monilu ai .
St. 1 hoinas s Church- , .Mrs? Iti. Imr.ls was
.Miss II. J. Ilaehe, daughter of Mr and Mrs I
Jules H. Ilaehe. Their wedding trip w.ll
extend over Christinas. I
.,. ,lf ,.h. r
Seeon.l of t hnnaona rn I rlnollnr.
Tho second for this season of tho chan
sons en crinoline, organized by Mrs. It.
W. Hawkesworth, was given yesterday
morning in the Plara ballroom. Miss
Alma Cluck und Kdnunid Clement wero
the artists, singing eighteenth century
ntiliKa in .-uaiiiiin-n in int.. i.-ii.ii. .ruiur
Itosenstelu and Maurice La Fame were
at the iilano. In the audience were Mrs
J. Allen Townsend, Mhs Laura Shannon,
Mrs. Samuel H. valentine, Miss ll.u rli lt.:
Porter, Mis. Augustus It, Fli Id, .Mrs. H. Arlent Iklwards is a contemporaiy
(Jcorge tlordon llyron, Mis. II, Forbes engnuer who is well known for his color
MtCreciy. Mrs. llenij Sellgman, Mrs. J. printing. He prints but a few Impressions
Horace Hauling, Mrs, Douglas ltoblnson, . fr(im ,.ac, put,., which Is immodlately
Mrs. F.dwln Gould. Mrs. John J. Mason, ,,.,ired
Mis. Hen All llaggln and Mrs. Henry A , a signed proof In rolors, after a Madonna
Alexander. , ,iy notticlli. brought tho lilgheht llguie.
... .... , ITS, but Mm bujer's namn was not ghen
Allan A. Ilian HeeierlnK. ,zt,tliit is extremely tarn, and this
Allan A. Hyan, eldest sou of Thomas 1 "li' H,!l,lt,(1'.l,'Vi,!,1!" "r'"' H '1Ud U'L'"
Fortune Hyan Is comfortable at the (Jen- , "Another mwotlnt of Fdwar.N. a
oral Memorial Hospital, after an opera- , Madonna after Frn Fillppo l.ippl, soUl to
tlon performed on Wednesday, HI rnn-1 R. Ilussn for Jtrj W. 'I lie Pnniess ''au
dition la satisfactory. Mr. Hyan was , jol.ils, after N'attler.sohl to Mr. liotlhchalk
lutinn Iii the liosnital from his fiillii-r'a tor 111'.. Mr. S.ililn bought two l.ilwards
Information could he gut at the hospital . I.iidovicn Totnuhuonl. after (Ihlrliiinl.uo
as to the nature of the operation. , 'Ihe remainder of the pliutH will bo null
: I to-night.
In New VorL To-ilnj. J ,,, nrll,.tl," c.ror ConTei-enee.
Flac Aiaoclallon. mrctlnf, Hotel Aator, MrK. itidmul Jrvlu is ananglng all
P M. 6 ' l.iior.'Hlliii? I'ltte! tulllineut for Hie Hlilinnit
Addreaa by l'rof Jeremiah W. Jenl( on
.i.ntrol of Vim unit Crimp," l'nlerslty
Forum, Juilenu Miiiiorlnl, b I1. M.
1'i-oi'le'a I'orinii, ilseulnn of Fifth Avr.
nue problem, Cooper Union, S l M
Woin.ui'ii Koruin, mii'llng, Wnldorf-Aa.
lorl.i, 11 A M
Performance f iiiImiN' pl.i by chlldien
j of tln-rnwlih Ifoiiie, Hudson ai reel lllirr.
k l,r liny atriu. 1 r i.
1'urnvil! niei'llnc foi Kulo llarnnrd,
Ili-rU'ley Tliralrv, 3,30 P M
Ooiiferorire on worklnv uien'a rompnaa
llon It Kl'Ullon, umtrr tint uuiplrra of tho
CIvli- I r.i I Ion. Malrnpolllaa 1 1 it) I l I n fr, . 10
Miilrn.I.gal Hoelaty, annual meotlni,
Waldurf-Aitorla, P M,
I tn-rr -irfcOT lr- , , , ,
. v " 1 I
I ti i ii i i. j li M is ii b irrin i
WORK IN JEWELS SHOWN.
I.icrllriit Craftainanahlp With Rem a i
or on Inhibition. '
At tho annual exhibition of tho National
on n, .i, v,i,,nnt iriaCh.ii li.w.lrv is
, "J J,,. ' mi ( J"u. J';'''0 's
markodly predominant. Cnso after caso
is filled with examples of all grades of
work. There is a showing of the pupils
of the New Vork Kvenlng High School
and many example from graduates j
of tho Pratt Institute in Hrooklyn
l. tackle J
The btglnners, naturally enouzl:
simple problems and usually do mar.le
brooches, buckles, Ac, in the Noro
lirooclles, HucKles, Ac, ill tlie .or.'
utyle, where litiish of workmanship is
f tho exhibition are furnished bv Herbert
Kelly, who contributes a beautiful lieck-
lace, iii which s'liihuits of thin pule
, yellow gold form a background for a
' setting of pink tourmalines; by Victor
' Ilrcniier. Die medallist, who exhibits a
necklace whoso pendant is a unall panel
, of ivory carvel and etched in relief, and j
t Mr Pierce of Lhicago. who suntilien
Hn. li..eklaeis with f.llini7U nf Hb:iln..
Margaret Rogers. M. C., of the Itoston
Society of Arts ami Cralts, lias a ejiecial
exhibition of handmado jewelry at tho
Katz (iallerv. and Mio nualitv of her
wnrk almost comnares with Miss Mav
Morris's, which is high praise.
She is not afraid of tho labor involved
... .i .... r .... . , . , .
in ijii intiKllig oi ti iuio cjiujii, anil in tact
she is u master workman. Her pendants
for necklaces and her rings are alike
admirable. She has tho goisl tasto com-
niou to all artist .jewellers in tho com
binations, she makes of color.
Practically nil the crafts jewellers have
tho abilitv to mako color harmonies in
their combinations of jewels. Hut Miss
Hogers has tho added ability to mako
her iiondunts and rings conip.-uit, truly
jewelllKt-j in lorm, so mat, nor comniiia-
tloiis of olivine unci opai, oi aquamarine,
Pearls mid tiala umuthysts, Ac, count to
ill mm ..ii- . VUU.-I iiu , i -i-ii nil... iiik
their ns'ently executed orders in their
too there is exiiuisito crartsmanshln and
line taste in tho choice of settings for
R.'inl.nrecious iewolrt Mrs. Vtslder ill
eluded ill her exhibition a number or
l)m.l,l,., and brooches in silver repoussno
' J' ,', u.i o.i.-,,r mul ln.r r......ni
' lruo V.'. Y
exis-nments in enamel.
l.upiiai wuia in nir-" ueiUK eimwii in
i the Powell Art C.alleries, r,s:i .Sixth ovo-
. ,, ,lv, vi,..-ionr I)..ioIol- .1 tin M.iCnnv
$475 FOR A MEZZOTINT.
I.IvIiik" I'ngllah Artist Commnnda
Hitch I'rleea for I'rlola.
! The Fdwnids mezzotints brought th
highest prlivs at last night's sain of prints
at tho Anderson auction looms.
I ,,( f,,.B lt.,H n Mm lioiuls Mamiltii linn
i ,iiln-x. to lie given la the ball loom of
the Waldorf-Astoria mi the cenlng of
Innuaiy Andre de I'iiuiiuIcich nf nn
will give one of his coliu conferences,
Which will be rofiihl lllusliatcd with
leprodiii'thius of Ihisteiu eustumes nnil
Juwcls from the rnlleetloti of plates made
by Ueivals Courtelleinnnt of Purls.
Among those who Imvn takin boxes am
Mis, Arthur J. Moulton, Mis. J. Dynrley
Pi lure, MUs May Moulton, Miss Limner
Townsend, Mlsa KlUabcth V. Cockruft
and Mlsa Mary OMrandcr. Tickets may
be obtained of Mlsa 'Doane, 18 West
SSSSSiL hi IMIilHIIMiy II li
Who Said Panic ?
GENERAL HAS TWO LEFT:
('oinmiiiiiler .loncs nntl Snrviv
inir Comi'iides Ifnifli 1'ish
SllffrnUt'ltP AnilV ItOlllliailtS
ft.. V IMi......,.,l 'r..
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llllt I TCSS Oil.
I'isiiKii.i. lANPlMi, Dec. 19. Three
Mii'vlvnrs of the suffragette army ar
rlM'd hero In tho midst of darkness
and u rlpsiiortlng snowstorm ut 6:45
o'clock this evening. They had walked States Commissioner Shields yesterday
twenty-four miles during tho day overJ"n'e McCrev. who in spite of his name
roads almost Impassable on account ofls a gentleman playwright, and F. F.
mud. This record breaking perform
ance had exhausted all of them, Gen.
Jones, who barely had recovered from
badly blistered heels, nearly collapsed
ill the public square, and had to be
earned into the hotel, where she re
vived under the ministrations of Siir-Keon-Ociicral
Hock. She had her boots
on when she fell.
Ren. Jones bought the boots In I'eeks
klll, which sho left at 10 o'clock In tho
morning. The boots wero of rubber
and very heavy, and her feet and those
of Col. Ida Craft nnd Dr. Dock hnd to
bo bound with cotton batting between
I'ceksklll and Garrison.
Tlio army went to bed Immediately
upon Its arrival here and did not
emerge iikuIii until long after dinner
when It marched down-to a dinner of
FUhklll business men who Were cele
brating the fiftieth nnnlversary of tho
Tompkins Hose Company, tho best
known lire department In tho village.
There War Correspondent Jcsslo Hardy
Stiibbs niado a speech,
The start to-day will not be made
until 10 o'clock, with Wapplnger's Falls,
eight miles away, ns Its objective.
Miss Mario ltrlggs, Miss Klla Pell and
Marlon Startup, ull members of tho
Woman's Hepiibllcnn Club of I'eeksklll,
acompauled tho women out of that town
when they departed this morning and
they had luncheon at Mrs. Harry Lud
wlg's houso at Garrison. Outside of
tho Annsvllle School, hotwecn I'ceksklll
and Garrison, Mm army stopped long
enough to speak to tho enthusiastic pu
pils. Miss l'lorenco Hoggs, the teacher
of that school, Is an nntl, but, swayed
by tho popular appeal, sho declared
The pedestrians have now covered
about fifty-live miles In four days, which
Is' ,'ibovo tho uverago they had calcu
Flrat i'olony C'lnb Dance.
The first for this season of the Colony
Club dances, organized two years ago by
Mrs. How land Davis and Mrs. Unbel t it.
Livingston, was glwti last night In the
assembly looms of tho club. Dinners
were given In advance by Mrs. Davis and
Mis. Livingston, and thorn was general
dancing until midnight, when supper waa
served hi the gymnasium, Among the
dancer.i were Mm Misses Lmlly and
Kosallo Cue, Laura S, Livingston, Ituth
nnd Slill Davis, Kathryu Motley, Frances
llurr, Anno Fowler and Katharine Aucr
haeh , Johnston Itedmond, Calvin Madden,
F Hui rail HolTinaii, Jr., Itiglnald Living
ston, Wlllam 0. Wuidell, Montague (leer,
.)!., Chalks King and I lowland S, Duvls.
Luncheon fur Alias llnnrrs.
Mrs. Lawieiiie T. IMirunt gave a,
liimli'iin nt Mm Hit7..Carlton yesterday
fur Miss Maigaiet Mowers, daughter of
Mis. John A. Wiclies. Among the guists
wire Mis, J. Stevens I'lmnn. Mrs. War
ren Mri'millic, Mis. C. Alan Hudson and
thn Misses Kllso Frajicke, Margaret
Trevor, Frances W'ycth, Ixmlsa Johnson,
Kleanor liartshonin, Cornelia do Luncry
Cauimanii, Caroline Wyrth, tolly he. Mon
tagno and Ccrtrudo Hamilton.
PLAY THEFT IS CHARGED AGAIN.
De Mllle Sued With Three Others
for Satirical Sketch.
William C. De Mllle, author of "The
Woman," which Abraham Goldknopf
recently claimed as his brain child, Is
codefendant In another plagiarism suit
in tho United States District Court.
The other defendants nro Joseph Jef
ferson, Florence Nash nnd Mlnetta
Harrett, who play in De Mlllo's vaude
villi- sketch entitled "1099," a satire
.-....".. n" ........ ...... .-...v.- 1,1. uii iti itiu
Fifth Avenue Theatre nnd elsewhere,
Tht" Plaintiff. Miss l7Ji Hampton
iH'irnes, Is an actress. She seeks to en-
,Jom U0 production of "1999" on tho
.ground that It Is a steal from a sketch
written by herself ami Louis Chevalier
entitled "Tho Woman of To-morrow,"
In which Miss Harm's acts ono of the
At a special hearing before. United
Mackuy, a retired actor more than 80
years old. testified that tho plota of
"1999" and "Tho Woman of To-morrow"
were suspiciously similar, lioth consist
Ing In n reversal of tho conventional
De Mllle on tho stand declared that
ho wrote "1999" before Mlsa Barnes
put her Idea on paper and read It to
Professor Krsklno of Columbia and
Professors Thompson nnd Churchill
formerly of Amherst. The professors
have been subisenaed ns witnesses,
MRS. THAW'S FIANCE "FETED."
lVllovr Urokers I'elt C.eoflfrer G.
Whltner With Flower.
Boston, Dec 10, Geoffrey O. Whit
ney of Milton, a member of the Itoston
Stock Kxchange, whose engagement to
Mrs. Alice Copley Thaw of Pittsburg,
formerly Countess of Yarmouth, was
announced to-day, was "feted" on the
floor of the Kxchange.
Tho younger brokers forgot about
stocks when Whitney came In. They
formed a ring aliout him and pelted
htm with (lowers. "Oeoff" took it all
with a smile.
MAY LEASE PAROCHIAL SCHOOL.
.Vot Properly flnpportedi Charch
Offera It to City,
Trknton, Deo. 10. Tho Hoard of Edu
cation at its meeting to-morrow night
will consider a proposition made by St.
Joachim's Itoman Catholic Church to
lease the church's parochial ichool at
$2,C0O a year for five years. It wns
built at n cost of 145,000 In a parish in
the heart of the Italian section of the
The parishioners did not contribute suf
ficiently to tho support of the school, nnd
thn church has been In a hard way to
keep It going. Bishop McKaul has con
tributed 11,800 a year to its upkeep.
Krrlslrr riaya for Charily To-atay,
For the benefit of the Muslo School
Settlement of thli city a violin reclrtl
will be given this afternoon at tha Wal
dorf-Astoria by Fritz Krclsler. Among
those who hava taken boxes am Mrs.
Harry Payne Whitney. Mrs. Walter S,
(lurnee. Miss Helen IJrlce, Mrs. James
Speyer, Mrs. Charles H. Dltson, Mrs.
Howard Mansfield, Mrs, William K. Van
dcrbllt. Miss Christine Maker, Mrs.
Frederick T. Van Hcuren. Mrs. William I'.
Douglas and Miss Hello da Costa Greene.
An execution wag Isaued in the City Court
yesterday against Henrietta Croamin on a
Judgment for 11,071 obtained by Ihe Mrs.
Osborn Coronanr for towns purchased In
1000. The Judgment waa obtained last
print and the plaintiff then agreed not to
anter Judgment If Mlsa Crosman mads
payments on account, one lulled lo Uo so.
BRI0.-0EN. R0DENB0UGH DIES.
I.onn t'nreer na Snliller, Official and
Anthnr la Closed.
nrlK.-fien. 7 heo)lilltis l'rnncls Tioden
hough, I-. S ,., tetlred, died t his limns,
2.M West .Ninety-second street, yesterday
lien. Ilodetiboiich win nt one time chief
of the Iliiresii of lllectlons In this city lie
was born nt Huston, I'a,, on N'oxetnber A,
I Mi, .and was educated at I.afiiette Col
lege. At Mm beginning of tli civil war, when
lie was engaged In moreiintllo business,
I'le-lrfi'til t.iiieolu uindo him second lieu
temttiL In the Set nnd I tilled states Him
goons, tlin old Seeotid Cavalry. I lo saw
action In tho battle of (iiilnes's Mills nnd Mm
Peninsular t'nmpiilim of mi. llo wiis
npioiited first lleuleimnt within two months
of his enlistment nnd on July 17, 16'.', ho
whs mil do it cafitaln, Ho was captuied
si Mannsas, lint shortly afterward ex
clianced. llo was wounded and had two horses shot
under Mm nt Iteverly I'ord in Jime.istn,
; lie romimimleu Ills regiment, at (ielljs-
liurg nnd wus ngnln wounded nt Irelllnn
Stntlon on June II, Uftt llo lost his right
arm while leading his regiment at the but
Me of tho Opciiuan In September of that
)0Hr. llo was granted leave of absence
nnd upon his-recoery was tnudo colonel of
tho Klghteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer
f.'nvalry on Men, Sheridan's recommenda
tion, II y ilircclloii of Mm President In; whs
especially assigned to command a brigade
of regulars and volunteers in the district
of Clnrkshurn. W. Vn
He, received a medal of honor for his
gallant, conduct at Tmvlllnn Station and
fltn brovcts for his war services. He whs
made brigadier-general for his gallantry
at Cold Harbor.
In tho winter of IMS Men. Itodenbough
served as lnieetor general In Kansas,
with he ndniMrtert at Fort Iavcnworth,
and Inter with the Second Cavalry lie was
major of the Korty-smcnth Infantry, serv
ing in the northern part of this State until
December IJ. ts'u, when he was put on the
retired list with tho rank of Colonel, lie
then became governor of the Soldiers Homo
in Washington, holding Mint position tor a
lie was the author of From Everglade to
Canon With Mis Second Dragoons," "Af
ghanistan and the Anglo-Russian Dispute,"
"I'ncle Sam's Medal of Honor," "Ssbro sntl
Hayonet" and "The Uravest Five Hundred
MRS. FREDERICK R. SEARS,
Mother of Flronora rarj, II lea at
Home In Iloaton.
Boston. Dee. 10. Mrs. Frederick II.
Hears, mother of Frederick II, Hears, Jr.,
unit of Miss F.leonoru Sears, the society
girl nthlete, died to-day nt her home on
Ilea con stteet, of pneumonia.
Mrs, Sears waa a woman of brond char
acter, ( ontrihuling to worthy philanthropies
and responding to tnnny private appeals
for nld. she was connected with the
(.'oolldges, Sargent nnd other old lloston
families. Her maiden name was Ellen It.
OMAHA, Dee. 19. Thomaa Tlrennan, Irish
patriot and secretary of the Land Leaiue In
Ireland during tha agitation culminating In
the aoasilnutlon of Lord Oaendlah in
Phoenix Park, Dublin, ilh-d at hla home here
to. night, of pneumonia, llrennan was an
exile until about live yeara ago, when he
came under the amnesty act of Oreat Ilrllaln.
It waa Ida bouat that m a polltlra prlioner
he had seen the Inildo of every Jail In Ire
land. Whin with Patrick Kgan In Jail, at
llorlaln the two ocaped to France and came
to America, llrennan waa. with Kgan, I'ar
nell and Michael Duvitt, at the head of the
Irish party for many years
Major Thomaa llohainan.
rillLADKLPHIA, Dec. 19. Major Thomas
Iloliair.'an, one of the Flrat Defetfdera In the
civil war, died early Mile morning, lie waa
It )ears obi and w-us. prominent In the busl
neas life of l'lilladilplila. Major Ilohaman
enlirli'd at the atart of thn civil war us a
private and waa Aiuatered out a Major. He
ai a member of the Legion of Honor and
of the O. A. H
Charles T, For.
PIIILADLLI'IIIA, Dec 1?. Clurle T
Fny, a wealthy retired wool merchant, la
deud at his home In this city, aged S. Mr.
Koy una born In Mount Holly, X. .1., and
aa educated at Kock Hill College In Mary
land and later at La Salle In this city. His
family hoped thit he would study for the
priesthood, but he rhoiw a buslneas career.
Junius limine Stearns.
Junius llrutus Stearns, who had been em
ployed as a bucr of house furnishings by A.
T. Htewart. John Wanaimiker and Mary's,
died on Wednesday at his home, llo: Her
gen street, Hrooklyn. In hts seventy-fifth
ye sr. He was n civil war veteran, Hla
wife and a daughter survive him
llrnry William I.ampe.
Henry William I.ampe, who was for
twenty-six years the superintendent of the
Havemeyer sugar refineries In Williamsburg
before his retirement In 189h, died Wednes
day In his eighty-fourth year at his home,
C Sou 111 Fourth street He was born In
Herman) lb' leaves two daughters.
Joseph N. Smith.
IIOdTO.V, Dec. 19. Joseph N' Pmlth. pres
ident of the Uokton' Woven Hose and Itubber
Company, died at his homo on Heacon
street last night, aged 7J. Ha was formerly
a resident of Lynn and had been a large
shoe manufacturer. tin had Intorrata In
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
8AMUKL OAKLKV VANDKIl I'OKL. who
died April Zi last, leri a total estate or
1151. ISO. all nf which went to his widow,
Mary Louis Vander I'oel. Tha chief asset
In f.fr, shares of Union Carbide,
JOHN 11. I'AXTON, Jit., who died at Haranae
Lake, X. Y., on May zu issi. leit nis estate
of I10S.H34 to his father. It consisted In
part of Htandard oil stock.
Dlt 11USTAV KllAUSS. who died at Heidel
berg, Uermany. on December SI, 1910, left
Ids estate to the fritate of Tlnvarla to es
tablish un orlhopodlc hospital.
I:1,1,i:n MAC.!:, who died on July 9, 1910.
leaving an istate of 10,:s, gava her
residuary i-statu nf lJ.2Cb to llelolt Col
lege to endow a ihalr or to establish
. scholarships. She gava H.000 to North
western l'nlverslty and fi,009 to Lake
Forest University for ec liolarshlps.
I'ATUICK I.1I.I.V, who died at the age of
t years on April 26 last, at 410 Kast
rifty-soventh street, left nn eatate of
1107, tot to two score relatives.
' Mlsa Mary Sklnnrr Serlooaly III,
Nkwport. Dee. 10, Miss Mary Skinner,
. . . m. ., I. .. 111.1. .-lnn.lH
a sister oi .Mrs. rrcuere'a . iiuiuriaii.i..-i
of New Vork nnd Mrs, William u. Hives oi
Wnshlnglou. Is seriously 111 at her home
on Ited Cross avenue, Mr and Mrs. lthlns
landcr nnd l)r and Mrs. Itlvesarrlved tp-day
with I'h lip niilnelander and Mrs. Leroy
King and are at the Mueriehlriger hlng.
Hottlo I'rli-n l
a il.i. "Knee NeoThalnuaanesSI BO
3 " "llrul I'uvre" " 3.7S I
S " fiparkllng Moselle SOU
a " Snailillnir llurimndv auu I
Dtlivrred TURK In Oreater New Vork and Hub
urban Towns reached hy wagon cipreaa.
H. T. Dewey & Sons Co.
Makeri of Pure Winn and Crape Juice.
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13B FultOB St., N. T. EH Uarbor, N. J.
OLDEST SKULL STIRS
NEW YORK SCIENTISTS
Cimitor Wissler Says Kii'liMi
FIihI Closes 't on AiiIIii'm
poloiricnl f In p.
.MAX MVKI) IM'.roiM; H'B
WiilKcd Mri'cl Hf'ffMT (il.'it'inl
J'ci'ind .Mil ti y llnnili'cil 'I'Iimii
miikI Vi'iirs Ajro.
Tlio discovery in nn Knglish cravnt
pit of a htiman skull believed by meal',-..
of tho Geological Society to bo tho oldest,
ever found older than Iho cavo lueii,
possibly proving tho siispeetisi cxislenco
of man beforo tlio eurliest ago of leo-i,
called 'perhaps tho most important find
of modern times" by Dr. Chirk Wisslnr,
curator of inthropoloKj' at the Atnerican
Museum of Natural History. ,
"Tho establishment of proof," Dr.
Wissler Niid, "Is a job for the geologist,
rather than for the anatomist or thi
anthropologist, Tho skull us ilen-rilnsl
is certainly remarkable anil undoubtedly
very old. If geologists ilelormino that
tho gravel in which it was found is an
undisturbed deposit listing buck to ter
tiary time tho skull will havo to 1)1) ao
ceptixl us older tlian any discovered
heretofore. It has been euspectixi for
several years tliat mun existed on tha
eartli before what geologists cmiII quater
nary timo begiui nnd tliat if a skull could
bo found it would resemble Mint of an
npn. Hut until now tlio search hat been
barren of undisputed results.
"The most important discovery hereto
fore was that of the so-colled Java Man
In 1H02. The Jnvn Mau is known to
scientist ns Pithecanthropus eroctus.
Tho only other discovery that compares
with thut of tho Java Man und tho skull
recently uncovered in England waa a
human jaw found in a sand pit near
Heidelberg and known as the Heidel
berg jaw. It is believed that the Heidel
berg jaw dates back to the beginning of
quaternary time. In other words, th
man to whom the jaw belonged lived
longer ago than can bo computed, per
hns three or four hundred thousand
"Pi of. Keith believes, so I read In Tni
SlJN'H cublo despatch, that the Piltdown
skull found In England lust aumtner in
much older; that it Is what scientists have
I been hunting for forty years proof that
mun existed In tertiary time, before the
Tho fact that the law of the Piltdown
skull is "shaped like that of a chimpanzee"
caused, Ur. Wissler to say: "Keniark
ublcl" "Tho cranium, including the forehead,
ho Kuld, "seems to be not far different
from that of au ubnormal modern man, but
tho receding apelike chin la extremely
significant. If thoso bones really be
longed together the man must have
been a monstrosity, and if they did
belong together and wero found in a
deposit whoso tertiary origbi can bo
firovedtho Piltdown discoverj'is certainly
he most interesting I have heard about
and will help to establish the relation
ship between earliest man and his kindred
thut once walked on all fours."
Allen larea f3O,000 to Hsr
Doston, Deo. IB. Seventeen publfo and
eight private bequests are contained In
the will of Mrs. Caroline I). Allen. Tha
biggest Is In a codicil providing for tha
president and fellows of Harvard College,
$:o.otio, to citub!lh what Is to be known
as the "Thorns ,1. Allen Fund" to be used
for general college purposes. Mrs. Allen
was the widow- of Thomus J. Allen of Dor
I1ROWNE GIBSON. On Thursday, Decem
ber 19, In the chapel of tha Madison
Avenue 1'resbyterlan Church, by the
Itev. V'nry Sloane Coffin, D. I)., Isabel,
daughter of Mrs. Jennetta Fraxer Qlb
aon, to Thomas Qulncy Hrowne, Jr.
HnUClL'tfON TAYLOR. In tho Church af
the Messiah, New York city, by tha Rar.
Ht. Clair Hester, D. D., Dorothy Ilerron
Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. H.
Taylor, to Walton Ferguson, Jr De
(ember 19, 1512.
KEI'l'KL VICKEftY. At Carrlok-on-Sulr.
Ireland. Thursday, December 19, Davla
Keppel to Dorothy R. M. Vlckery,
UAItnF.TT On December 19, 1!3, at Phil
adelphia, Pa., Charles R. Harrstt. agsil
Friends and relatives aro Invited to attend
the funeral services Haturday afternoon,
precisely at 1 o'clock, at his late resi
dence, the Admatton Apartments, llth
at, and Ilroadnay. Interment private.
EltLANDSB.V. Cla'rlta Ivntght. Funeral
services at th residence nf her mother,
146 West 119th at.. New York, Frlds
evening, at . Interment lr. Kenslco
Cemetery at convenience of tha family.
Kindly omit flowers,
OOOUWIN. J. Cheover, on Wedneday, Ds.
cember 18, after a lingering Illness.
Funeral services from Hrabby's Under
taking Parlor, 717 Third av Friday,
at 1 I. M. Interment Uoston. Doston
papers please copy,
HAMin.L At the Polyclinic Hospital.
Wednesday, December II, Mrs. Eugenia
Funeral aervlces at the Church of tht
Heavenly Hest, Fifth av, and 4Mb at ,
Friday, December 20. at 1:16 P. !.
HYDE. On Saturday, December 14, 1911, at
Tucson, Arts., after a lingering Illness,
Relatives and friends are respectfully In
vited to attend tha funeral from his lata
residence, 31 Eighth av Hrooklyn, on
Hunday, December ti, 1911, at 2 I', It.
KINOULAND. In Jersey City, on December
17, 1912, Edmund W. Klngslund.
Funetal services will ba held at hts lata
residence, lit Montgomery St., Jsrssy
City, on Friday, December :4, at 1
o'clock V, M. Kindly omit flowers.
MCMULLEN. In Hrooklyn, N, Y oa
Wednesday evening, December II, Lucy
J. fitanton, widow of David P. W. Mc
Funeral services at tha realdanra of list
brother-in-law, Charles A, Hull, Hi
Ilemscn St., on Friday afternoon, lie.
cember 20, at 4 o'clock. Interment Pis
MILLEH. Ell Peck Miller, M D. Perl Ires
"THE FUNKHAL CHUItC'H," HI Wist
13d at. (Frank E. Campbell Hulldlngl,
Hunday, i o'clork.
SCIIItANK. Charles, aged 55. Services "TIIE
FUNKHAL CHUItCH," 2U West 58d st
(Frank K. Campbell Hulldlngl, Frlda),
1 o'clock. Automobllo torirge.
SEAItH. la Iloston, Decimal- 19, Elsopora
llandolpli, wife of Frederic It Hars onu
daughter of T Jefferson 'unlldgp
Funeral at Trinity Church, lloslon, on
Haturday at IS o'clock,
WALKEK. At Morrlstown, N J Dereml'f
IS, 1911, Marlon, daughter of tha lale
Thomaa Grorto and Lucy HolbrooV
Funeral services at the Church of Mir
Iledi'cmer Friday, December tt, at 19;S9
' A. M, Interment prlvatu.
FRANK E. CAMPIELL
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