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THft. SUN, .SATURDAY, DECEMBER SI,.- 1912.
44 LEST WE . FORGET , IE Wixfrni Hirers Want in ln i n;i i NiiiiiImm' (f New Voi'li IVi'l'iiiiiimiei's. i 1 1 1 I N l. DHi KX PLAINS DREICER & C Four A f fnlrs of One Sorl. or I lie Other (liven .in Siiitfle Nifrhl. Mils. KDKY IIOSTKSS , j, ;,f fT y i'i I) A i 1 mli - "I (if No liiltM'IVrnii'o Willi Mel i iipolilntl, ll l Siiiil. unlng the Metropolitan 1. 1'. illy hud Hindu 110 .iliswci i m ii ! of tin- J'lilc.igo-Phlui-i i.i Company fur permission ii 'ii tweul-nuo ti twenty ,.i ..mm tires next season In Now , .ii N i . I'liilior aiul February. Thl , i'i .i wubslantlal increase, over pi ifiiriiiunces that It Is sched- 2imi In course of the prescnl apt. Philip M. I.ydlg, ilialr- i ' liilongo-liillndolplila com w'm iimili' the leiiuest throe . . wouldn't discuss the proba- a favorable unvv r, but he . I hjpi'tul. l 'apt. I.ydlg said: i ''iilc-aso company Is nllllUteil "i. Mi'tropulliaii Opera iVmiiany, i ..n.ihing It lino I naturally dun" i idea that It Is for tho licit r. -; .f tho whole. The Chicago cotn i. is Inul numerous rciui'.tn in l.i.-i two jftirs from Now York i" . lovcts tn give thorn an oppor . y to witness nil of Its now vrodtie - anil to hear many of lis singers have not horn hoard In Now ork. I"hi rumon that tho Chicago eoin- .V h.is not noon able to do this to . i.s that tho Metropolitan opera mpany hasn't boon able to give ' ire than a rry llmltoil nunibor of rfonnanroM at tho Motropolltau Opera ' m.o Tho Moa would bo that whon ajlnc in 1'hllatlolphla fur m-vch or sht weeks of tho .-o.imiii, In November ud l'Vhruary, the Chicago eiitnpan util come to a Mlltablo plaoe III Now ( irk throo days In each work. .Vow ll moH hero only live Tuesdays In thr Mnn, "Tho ciiumr.i tompnny has every n.i on to bilbvo that a callable place In which to give opera could be leased It has th ref ill asked permission of the Metropo lian Opera Company, which ontrols the tl. ld In New York. If on. -ent was given, the Now York public would be nhle to bear all the old fa- erltes of the 1 liimni.r.sleln repcrtolte i Hell as the now pioductlons of the ''ii-.ito cwnpaaj . .Vitlui ino of these largo opera np,in - can pn-xli!y produce all the las that tho public would gladlv hi i an en -i.i-nn, ii'ir could they lih all the .ntists of note tliHt are biaul Then hit not enough .1 Me week lo ! nnlt either mm- , ' v ' ., .1.1 II. i mi-Mmi was f.bt. ilnod to c.irtv plan, he ('hlciiao company I .i. not in pi'.iliuc .iiiv npria -n,n li Die Metlopolitan ' ipor.i , TIh Ii fnre tin re could lie -'. n .r rivalry, nor anything done ; in idl. uis comparison)-. The ' i ild li' .tlmt the New York . j'd have an oppui itinlty of f all choulr, and a i ..f a tuts of the highest merit. il.iiiturs of the t'hiingo ioiii .! a. kins a great favor of the !! ol ibe .Metropolitan iiiiiip.iny, v. i I i.pe that they may be able to .ii wa il'ar to giant the to- ' . fa. 'npanv t that Hie Metropolitan ipeia dirietorx voted last Weilnes- n i r not to arant the ieinict made l.y llammeiMeiu to be ieliard fiotu nntiio t not to Klw opera in New fur ii n ears In thoeMeut of beinu ii i-.l In kivo opera in IwiuIihi l s.ime men familiar with the Mt m !' say ve.stenlay that a favor 'i ol- to the ChicaKo companH -i would depend upon whether in- would mean a llnancll loss to .1' i r.ipnhtan company. When Mr. t. . i -urn wa.s an active rival of the 'it.iii inmpany both vveio t.ald . money and tho iiosltion of i r.ipolu.in directors has been n. .' "i'orl cannot support two i 'ill boiisf-.s. il.i objection 1 1 Is under lie I'hlcapi company has ii the three da ,vii a wrcK ' to cecum for Its pro ! in Novembor and .'eji nd.o, Tiie.-day aim ll iIiiop days vere chosen, ' operations of the Ohl ' ie would not Interfete ...illlan loi olllcc re- nrcciable extent. It at on Monday nights . - always sold out so ' i'" lile to get seats,' and 1 'N ni'-'bls when there is ' ' 1' lie Meiropolltau It Is ' 1 1 .1111. nice outsiile of tlio ' ' . 1 M " i uct ions. Tli.it would v I-.'. night as tho only ouo ' 1 u 1 oinianle.s could pos " ' in .iiiv 1 tent ami the Cln . ".' would be hole on only 1 -'i Wednesday nigliis In i-'ni ' - vviuild not discuss in de- ' 1 iu'ii 1 iiiiii,iny'H plans for .liable place" In which to i'i' 1 iii.iines, although he said ' 'iiiv was expected in that 1 ' 1 1 has been suggested that! '" hi. the Contuiy, formoti) 11 111 'lire, or a now theatro on ' ail, Miret, which Is oiiuipped 1,1 bii.e vioiilil servo tho pur- "' " 1 I go 1 oinpauy should it 1 ' . 1 1 1111 tssii in of the Metio ' "lli.,ill. - Itllertois. U'i hin , iiinpany lias thus far luodiii In. 11 at tho Motto- "iK Mason ii Is nt present in Chicago mid wiieu ll movvH 1 i'H. oh Iplua It will give four 1 1 "I m. 1 in ert at tho Meti opolitnn 1 ' ' I v fl I OStB till! 'lllcHgll- 1 I 'U'i iiinpany about SS00 to ii.iii.uiy over tloiii I'hlladel 1 1 smcii. pcrlnniinncc, und It Is '"'I llial 1 hern Is nt present ' ri pioin in tini iivo night i'i. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. 1 'i.li HI'.M'I'IIIHUN. ,111 ili.clrlc.il I I.li- i.". Ali-xiiniti r .la lile. '' 1 ''i-.ii .1 Iim r lioinit 1 up pre 'mi liv Mil. N.lf liilial Kleel rlcn I v.. 1. 1. hi, mi "if he ii'turni. ' 11. iliiitli or within nno year 1 mii'iMiriM hbn.olf in 11 pu Ii.i of hi family 11ml . it ..i e en-plover fur two pnrs . . nilii. s ilrlnka lo exre.a nor . " ,'... .10 Mr it .ill Ills oilier -iiii.. inch, .llni; ninny . i, ,1'in fiiiin IIih Koutli He.i r, 1 in fileiid. niiiio nf whom 1 i.or. In Ihe IhiKhit'er i.ii' KIIIT. wlni illcil nl HprhiE s lef' mi esiale of 1 40. 1 1 3. 1 III T i:i,IHti;ilUi:, wlin ille.l at Miii Ion 1111 lalule of I3.1,7:,J, ! nf wlileh went to Hire" nUces. .iMIhhul tln Trull Home for Aged .1 Ilntlon. n ' If WALTON FEItGUSON, JR., REWEDS VlHrrlnue In Nell ork llei llll" en--aitliiiial IHtoree elloit, hi Wijollli, t'onn . Hee 'jo form I I notice ,h pllbllclieil le'le lo-iiiv u' the tniirrmse of Mins Ilorolby llenni, Taylor, ikmnhtet of Mr and Mm. M II T.ivlor. t Walioii IVrmi-i.ii. .lr . i Main ford. Thi'V ere mairieil in too hui. 'i of the Miv-I.lll. Sew oi k oil Tlllll-dll by Ihe l!ev Hr Si t 'air lli-lcr Mr KerKUi-on cot a divorce Mime nm ac in loniiectiiiii Iroio n.- fir-u de. who via j I'.m.lie i ir-iriiir. dam nlei .f a I'lnliuieli lna whii-key maker In the trial lh" la'imff aliened Mr- I'ermt-m once had -.Jieni live week- alone ill the I'erRU-on Maim ciiup vntb onlv a isunlc for eompany. In uu-l. itilo Mi l"orsu-on pulilhed a notice in a Mamfonl HHiaier wiyint; he no loncor would be rehponMblo for debiM loiilracted by In wife 'Ihe rorKHeon- lived apait a year mill flixti flu, iill-tt.ilitl -liirt.'it null fur the custody of their child and t-oon after ' hlled tor invoice Mr l"eri;u-.on i-, pre-ideiil of the Statu ford Motor (. omtsiiiy ALFRED C. CHAPIN TO WED. V r. CliHrlolte stuns 'Vlooliini Cn KHUeil lo i-Vlnor of llroul.l n. Hoclels will be gie.ith Intel "M' d bv news ,of the engagement, kimwii lo but a few' lelatlves and iiitim.iie fib ml-, of Mrs. Charlotte Stuns Mi.niiiiil tu Alfml I'. ('h,iiln of this i i t s Mrs. Miiiitaut Is Hie widow of i'IiiiIii I.. Mnntant, who Ih longed tn no nhl 1'iench famllv of tills ilt lb' was Ibe brother of Jules A Moiilaiil. who lives now III Tails, and of Altiliini-e Moniaiit of this ell. Another of bis brothers was the Irlle Allgllsle I'. Miillllllil er M w m k and IJVhter Hav Mr. tiiaplu Is a wldowii, bis wife, whr died nveiiil .veins ago, bavinc been MKs (race Stebblns. II" whs nt oil'- turn Major of ItniiikUli Mr. I'h.ipln has 0111 dalightei'. Mis. W. Meveiley lingers lb Is a member of the I'llton, Mi'lloic.lltan nml other leading clubs. The wedding will be vol J ipib ll cele brated on Jnnu.'ii.v ii at 31 b'lfth in'inn'. tlio home of .Mr. and Mis. J. Waller Worn), eoii'lns of Mis .Moiitaiit. Time will be none but Ill.ltlVch pieselit at the llial iiai:o eiiemoio. w hich will be pi rfo on i in the aftoiimiin b Mk'i Mi Mackln, ,w hi. was foimnly attaiind to St. Hatiiek'n Cathi'dml p ml annoimeemeiit or the engngi- inent will be made on linlstnias la. WEDDINGS. Cnrr llro" n. SiAMKOiui. Conn , Hee L'n Mw Deli llrowu. dHiik'hter or Mr. and dairies A. Ilrown of Hi I'm est street Ian i j ' iniirrled lo Joseph M. Curr m-dnj In I'1'' rectory ni -M .iiiiiii s Hie llev. J C (Vllrieii. panlor of the eliim Ii Ml-s Ilrown was nilended by her sisii r, Mis Curlls (I. Itoreheek of Sow Loudon . The besl mini was Coiirtl ind lliiiiaidson ,if Huston Mr Hint Mrs Carr loll im , edlately afler lh eel oniony for C oin. I i, v her t ley wdl spot ier houev ioii " ii. e,,r .s uriidii.iio nf (li orgeiow u , - ... , ,',.11... ... I l.nr, . 1., nivorslty nnd Is an ongjueer bv prolession Ho is a liml her of Mrs K Hope Notion THE SHAG0ERS. I ho. e Wlni Are muiiiik- ior Are Siillliiu 'lo-ila fori Ihirope nml the Indies. stnttlnc toalav by the American liner ...... rA . III. IS lilrlw.H.p nii.l Phlhid' lphla for I'l mouth, t herbourg nnd Soiithaiiipton; IV I.. Alcsnmlcr bcorge llnrbt'r s II Hedge Mrs .loliii lllvc Itl.bl ll Ml'i'lc iieriuTi ninr '"""'I '' " .1.. lilai'klnuii lly tho lloal Mall sleamshlp Tagus for ....... i.,.,.,,. inn hv tvnv of Colon : o,,uiiiii 7 . .. I'llLfi-rliin DrnlMlll I n ut I. li Slaill'll)ll (iiailrs liuiiwniidi Waldu l.lncnlii I'asgitiKers by liner Pi Iiii Kltel 11 ll Wllmii the Hainburg-Aniorican Filnlrltii for the West Indies and Colon : Mr anil Mrs. A. IL llribo Paul II. f'hadboiime Mr and Mrs. Itnbert II. l.liingstune Hr A P. I'lenrh Pint nml Mrs, J , lllrhords Clajlon P. Slierhsu Dr. O. II. Winter nend tho Hoisi?. I ie 1 ii Ii i ii r suffragettes lleacli apiiinirei's I'alls Tired Inn l ull of t'oiiraue. m:t top imh (iii k i;i:psif. (ioiieiiil" .limes Kefiises to leu In Mother's Call to Itetill'li. (i.-i vi'i'iMii.hs I 'alls. N. . Dee :. j here to-nntht. nl-1 Hie HiirtraRette- are tliough it looked nt one time as if the , i ii lf-i-i niti with l,i I las in its iitfunoi ! It was all the fault of (ion llosalle Jotiee, Inn plie teally could not help it i f o'clock this aflernoon, just after the army had reached this village, its commaiiiler was silting in the pallor of the hotel when m walked l)r I'. II (('Con nor of New orl;. The physician informed don lones that he hail como to Ink- mr t mlu back homo liecaitso her mother. Mrs Oliver Jones, of llll Wert Sevellty seconil street, had read that her suffra- j gette child was ill 1 i llui neither Mrs Oliver Jones nor I'r O'Connor li.nl reckoned w ilh Mies Ho.-a lie's , sullragetto eniliiisinsin j "I vull never ilewrt the cuisel'' she I evi laimed ' Dr. O Connor thereupon admitted that I be was afraid lo go back without Hen ,'louen or sooio wold from lift . so she i v. Kite a unto homo cvplamiUR that she was as well as sh ever hud been and the tint tor departed "Albany or bust" i still i-tands as the slogan i hi ie uio folll left of the milliiers who stalled out last Motility from Now Sulk Olio of llu' iii.iitet. War Cm -iesiondoiit Jos.io Hardy Slubbs, is mi Iiiisv press agentlng the pilgrims tint. , she hasn't much lim for teal foot work ' So the bulk of tlm actio! walking is beint; ' liiimi by (ien. Jones, Col. Ida Craft and Sllgeon-(!ell 1-1 Villi. I Dor k ilin ii i my hit Kihklll this afternoon at I o'clock and hiked along al a merry paie for four hours, uiveting mn union j in that lime. As soon as they arrived horn d h ( iPn, ,),,iio and Doclor Doclt went lo bvl- while Wur Cm respondent Stulibs .'iiJ t ol Ciafl got teadv to Htlelid Wap- i.iti.-nrs rails' iiieirosL social event, tho ' ' i ll ... iti. I...... 4 1 annual nan in u uniiinun .ii-iun'iuy oi .h0 'n,e hour of stalling to-day is in M 1 nml the Nelson House ill l'ougllkeetisie. i ten miles away, is wliero tho marchers will stop lo-night Mrs Horatio N. . Ham wilool lIioNelsou House proprietor. , will give a n-c ptlon to the htlllragettes ll in (ion Jones and Prof latttru .1 Wiley ,,v Vassal' College, who is president of the rougllio'iipsm lines lor minion iiuo( I will lio the guests of honor The Vassnr I'li lb are Iioiiiii for tlm holidays and tho ox i peeled visit to tho collego will not lie I liiiole , b. ,1,..,,. nm,.rb 0-(ay the sufTriigettes mot their first real loliufl At Higgins- ! '". M..!'n.,.! .lr" -.,'A'W ".C!V..riwt!!!J lipi.OSIllllll ie'fiIOl Hi Uirr nui-i'i. itll , , u, , , lo laep woman in Iho home and not let , her k" tral using around looking for votes. l tins piaco lieu. aonoM received a i . t .... ...:.,. telegram irotn two new mra gins an- , iioiincing they would join III u day or two and finish ill) tho inarch I ii... t in,.... ui. r n....i,..i.oi , "l" llll"" ii"" """" "unmil, who has Peon n volunteer marcher all day, said to-night that hlie would stick through to-morrow mil wotuu nuve to go back homo then The army will pns-s a quiet Sunday ut luiiuoheck-ou-liudson. Tho marchers fool that tlm worst of their task is over und that- tho rest of thu way will bo child's play. rs r I r 0 LEAVES $600,000 TO SCIENCE llierl snuiMnll llrtlirntlt I'orninr lift I'mi KurelKi .cnilcmlc-. T'o will of Albert S.imoil. who riled io Itrui-el-.. wm tiled brie vehterdas Mini shows that ho left the luilk of a I. it to estate for scientific researches. The will rre.ne." two endow mollis, oil' 'n bo under tho coniiol of tin ltoy.il I'rtissinn Aeadeniy of Solemes and bine 'I- fcai In Ihrlln. The value of this endowment Is over KiUO.Otm. The ntbor i for ilnij.tinil and Is left to the Itov.il I Academy of Sciences m Munich The will provides that the llerlln en. ilowmoni shall tie tn cany out scion-1 Mis Itobeit A. f Minilh and Mrs. title rovearche- Into Individual as welljl'Mwin T. Holmes gave last night at as social ethics anil to iloteimlnn irc-1 Hitz-Curlton u dance for their re llcal deductions In relation to the life I spective daugliteis, the Mlssos Mar of tho IndlviduHl and to social life ' garet and Madeliino Smith and Mif.s The will directs that tosearches ! Mildred Holiues. Mrs. rimlth and Mrs. made Into, the history and nrehlstorv Holmes received at the. entrance of the if ethics; Into the anthropologlial. etb-i nologlc.il. geographical, geological ani inetiMiroluglcal Inlluonces on the mode o. life, character and morals of man with special reference to Investigation which afford a prospect of raising tlio IlloralltV llllri well linlrir- nf Mm In. II, I.I,, .1 and nf social life. I Thl endowment is to ! by seven numbers of the be managed 1....1' p... ! slan Academv. The endowment Uny.il Academy of Sciences nt In for a similar purpose. for Hie Munich The testator left to Ills hoifsekeeper his two St. Hornard dogs nnd gave hot 1.0'ift francs a year for the care of rach dot. He directed that bis chest nut mate Kathleen "he put mil to feed and Kept In Kindness and comfort until her death," nnd that his oilier horos be sold "to well to do people and only for Ihe purpose of luxiirj " DAVISON' RHODES SCHOLAR. Ilriiokl; ii llii) IIIkIiI Sinmls I 'I rat I n midlines. IIIOIIU Al.ntsi. Dec 2li Tlio i ouiinilleo on select ion of n Ithodes seholar for l!l:i I met to-d.iv and uwiirdul the scbolat Ishlp to Wilbur! Cornell Davison of Htooklyn. i lasa 1HI3 of l'linceton, milling eight candidates The nllcrmilo Is Alchle Austin Coates of Columbia. The Kcholaishlp is worth $li0i) a ear for tin oo oars. Davison is '.'1 jenrs old and is the Ihoii of the Hov William I.. Davison. pastor of the Fleet .Hlleet Methodist Cllill.il, Hiooklyu lie has a lecotd for scliolaihliip at Princeton, whom bo lins taken an active part In Hie pro duction of old HouJish pla.s under the department of Kngllsb Ho Is Interested in athletics gencrallv " OLD NEW YORK PRINT FOR S177 " ? 1 1. il ll VI or mi 1 1 n a I'r I eh I'rleea Hi niler.oii'a. (nod At Iho sale of the llnltou nnd HnlJen prints last ulglit at Andeison's a lllho giaph of the Now Vnik Society Llluaty at 340 Hrondway, maili' In 1S.1 by Day and Hughes, biought the brat price of the evening. It win. purchased by 11. Clotti- chulk for J 77.50. .1. I'. .sHUIIl llOllglll Hie 'hlleilllerds He - posing," ongravid by W. Iloml, after I by her sou and daughter, p iiegluald I.lv (ii'orgn Morland, 1S03, for .'r. and Mr. I lugsinn ami Miss Laura 8. Livingston, will Latirla paid $BI! for Axel Herman Halg's, I sail to.day for Panama, to Lo gone for signed proof etching of "I.lmburg on the "ir"! WK"' Lahn," A. Arketman bought two examples of' the contemporary tnvKollnt engraver, Sid no j B, Nelson lie paid $90 for "Mrs. I fanning and Child," nfter Ilonmey, and I $lim for "Liuly snemein," nrter aaln borough. Moulton A IHcketts bought the "Duchess or nevonitilre," after Gains borough, for $10, The total for the night's session waa l$,tS, making a Iota) of $5,901 for ths 'entire collection. Other Piirties Held at- Sherry's, the Hit, and Howard Tavlor's Home. The debutantes of society hod another busy ilny yesterday, several dinners nml dances making It necessary In somo cases for tjuests to k from one party to ii not her for djnclitR. Mrs. l'teilerlck Kdey Riive Inst night at her house, 10 West Klfty-slxtlt Direct, a dinner und dunce for debutantes. There were forty miests for the dinner, which whs served In the dlnltiK room ut live tubles. The house wns deco rated thtoUKhoiit with Christmas holly und Southern smll.'ix, und recelvltiR with the hostess wore thq guests of honor, her ilauRhler, Miss Jullu Kdoy; her niece. Ml us Paiillne Clurkson, and Jllhs Audrey Osbotn. The others ut the dinner were the Misses KiiRonle M. I.udenberg, Kate Cordon Willis, Kdlth l.ofran. Tesson Thayer, MarRiiret Trevor, Ilnrrlet I'ost, t'arollne 'Wyeth, MarRiiret Overton, Helene Underwood, Kntliryn Hnlilwln and l.oulse Holnios, also Horton IJamv, Walter H. Katon, Itausom Noble, Horace Chasi) Stebblns, William C. Cammann, William Hempen, Howard lmbrle, Wil frid Wood, Charles Hcrlhner, Jr., Fred eric (i. I'unliiKham, Charles I'. Kim ball, dr., (jHrdlner TrowbrldKe, Thomas Harris, itlclmrd H. Korrrct, W. Burton l-lutnb, oran llaldwln, George J. Gcer, Jr., Charles S. Imnau, Alexander L. Harbour and J. Kills Hoffman. others came In for Rcncrat dancliiR, which was later followed by a scutcd supper. AtnoiiR them were the Misses 1 Anna WrlRht, Voulettl l'roctor, Mcr " cedes do Acostn, Dorothy Crnmp, Alice Dnmrosch, Helen lluntlnKton. Vera 1 Van Huron and I.aura Livingston. (ieome I.. Wrottn, Krancls Itoche, Nevv ' Ion line. Irvlns II. Tardee, Johnston 1j. Hedmond, Walter llrooks, KvvliiR riillbin. John Munroe, I.omlst Ksler, Howard Major, Howell Forbes, Fred erick O. I tun. in, Charles Draper, Free mun Smith, I'smond O'Hrlen, Howlund Davis, Harlow Farr, Deweos W. Dll worth, Frnnrls Washburn, Harold Vun V. Stor, John Hodm-r, AnRler Duke, Arthur S. Hyde, Franklin Plummer, John K. Hulllus and Henry II. ltcck maii. Another dinner of last nlnht was u'lven In the s'miill killroom of Sherry's by Mrs. A. Masters MacDonell In honor of Ml l'riscllla Hull, the debutante daiiKhter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kdgar Hull. The guests, all young people, were seated nt several tables, and unionR them were the Misses Laura Chnp liell, HIIhc l''rancke, Cornelia Do I., fnmmanu, Kleanor llortshorne, Hope Hamilton. Charlotte illlder, Dorothy Manlce, i:ilal.eth U. Thompson, Cara mal Carroll, Suxaniie Warri'ti, Mary Hrooks, Mary Haker, Frances Wyeth, Adeline Townsend and Wlnlfted Chis oliu: I'ri'deiick MucDonell, William liramliall, Uryi e Wing, Hurgoss Will lams, ,i Diiam l.lvlnRston, Jr. William I'almer W. Tin vers Jerome, Jr. Henry D.n Imgtoii. Ilaebe Hrovvn, Harry Oish inp. Vivien I'almlerl. Leonard .1 Weth. l'lanols (leer. Allien Talbot and llerbeit Nen I. After tne dinner all went to Delnionleo's for a dance Riven for her daughter by Mrs. .1 Kdgar Hull, who was assisted In receiving by I her elder ilanghtor. Mrs Mutter Whit ' lllg. a tecent bride Imlln'om. Among the guests woie Mr and Mrs. Alfred Hossom. the Misses Udlth Adams, i.yina con nutler. 1. 1 la Ullhert, tiro veno Converse. Mary Hrooks, t'aratnal Carroll, Ilorolby Itennard, Ada Mryce M ril Katliorlue Moore, Hoatrieo llay- iiiond, I'lsa von Hergen, l''rances Mon- "'K'1 Ward nnd Mnrjorie Wlggin, James Converse. Noel Hassett. Douglas (ilbbniis. il. I.islo KoriiiHii. Tvlor Bron son, Cvnl and Clarence Crlnnnins, Irvln Dnv, Morgan -J O'Hrlen, Jr., Henry .Manning, Angler Duke, Crank Washburn and Frederick Seggerman. Supper was served In the banquet room at small tables Howard Taylor gave last night his house. 19 Mast SiMy-fourth street one of u series of dinners for his debu tunle daughter. Miss liloanor Talor. Among the guests worn Mr nnd Mrs. KUsIm Oyer, .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hallo Stevens, Mr and Mis. Charles Neave. Mrs '.Moses Taj lor Campbell, Charles lie) den nnd Charles H. Samp son. After dinner othois came for gen eral dancing LEGAL AID NEEDS MONEY. Soelelj peiil M:t,ooo Last trar llclpliiK ,'t:t,OIIO I'er.iiii. The Legal Aid Society is hi need of niino. The tcpurt,it the rogula" niunthly uieetliiE held jesterday at the olllco of iln luosliti nl, Arthur von Hrles 'ii, L'5 Hroad street, shoived that oul) t'iOt) rt ni.ilns hi the tieiKiiry. L.isl jear the society spent $43,114 In lespondliig to 33,80'J apiillc.itloiu fur aid In spile of the lack of money, which ill was s;ilil "threatens lo paralyze lh ! life of the snciotv," It was decided to grant the muiest uf Hi mi v lluine. a settlement . oigHiiliMtirin. for tlio establishment of a bnunii of the soelel In The llronx. Mis. Itlohuid Aldilch Inquired If any women lawieis besides Mis, Itnsulle Lowe iWhllnoj had taken an Inteiest in tho ",'l,,'3 sh" wnH ,nm ,hey hud nut. and It was suisgcsteii lhat tlm lack of Interest on the pint of women biwviis was piob.ibly duo to the fact that the humane alius and peculiar work of the sudiiy were "still little under stood " I Note, of the Social World, Mis. llrare Hglnlon, daughter ef Mr ami Mrs .1 1 1 1 1 VV. Kglutnn, will be married tu ,lnlui Aiirliliu'liiKi. to.dar. at tho home of her parents, no west rirty-nintn aireet I I vtr. llol.en ll l.lvln.alnn areomn.nlwl Mrs. Howard Carroll will give a dinner followed by music to-night nt her house, 4 Hast Sixty-fourth strritt. Mrs William Webb Iteynnlds will give a reciptlon at hfr hnuse, 41 W's.i Seventy third strert, nn the afternoon of December !. in Introduce tn society her Usughter, Miss Adelaide Hidden Iteynolds. Mrs. Alexander Jay nrusn of 10 East Eighty-third street, will glvs a let this afternoon for htr niece. Miss Lily Kltdlsr Robertson. 46 STREET CORNER OF 5 AVENUE & CJmstmas Appeal FOR HOPE FARM There re 175 children at Hope Farm who are being taught and tained industrially and in other ways for usefulness and happiness. They are not misdemeanants or juvenile offenders, but simply CHILDREN OF NEGLECT. The work of caring for them is largely dependent upon voluntary contributions, and ' at this Christmas season, when the LITTLE CHILD is on the throne, we appeal to the good people of New York to help us to take care of them. DAVID H. GREER. President. E. R. L. GOULD. Vice-President. FLORENCE RAPALLO. Secretary. W. A. GREER. Treasurer, 209 East 42d St. HOWARD S. J AFFRAY. I lend of, llrv Jood Ifnnsr I'otlndrd b Father. Howard S. Jaffray. 6 years of age, mm of Krlward S. Jaffray. a llroadway mer chant, dli suddenly jesterday at his home, Ki2 lospect Tark West, Hrooklvn. Heart dlsenso was the cause. Th father of the deceaitil rstablHlini K. S. Jaffray & Co., and was one of the wealthiest whobsalo dry Roods merchants i hi the country. He was the founder of the I Jaffray family which for three generations I has held a high social position In New York, Nenpoit and lindon, Howard K. Jaffray was a partner In K. i S. Jaffray Ik Co. and became Its head on ' the death of his father. Sine the dl-1 solution or the llrni, a numner 01 years ago, he had not been engaged In active business. I.'p to a year nnd a half ago. whon he moved to nrooMyn. Mr. Jaffray lived at Hunnyaide, hla country estate at Irvlngtnn-on-Hudon. He waa a mmber of the Union Club of New York. Ho la survived by his wife, four soni and two daughters. Mar? Davenport Nklnnrr. NKWPOIIT, Ifc. SI. Mlit Ury Oivrn. port rklnncr. UuMr qf the nv. Thomii lUrvry Hklnnrr, t). D , died at htr home on Kfit Crnsi avenur, Nfwport, late Thtira day nlhl Mli Hklnner mi wfll kiion muni the olitrr feneration of Newport arninor rliient. She a a nlntor of Ml. Itnlrn Skinner, lth whom she niailr hrr lionif. anil wa. aunt of Krilerlrk VV TthlnHandf r of Nw York, ami tr Wllllim lllt'ii or VVaahlnttnn llliliop rthlnrlanili-r of Pfnn.rlv.nla, ami Mr., beroy Klnit ami Tliomv N nhlneunil-r of N. York Mr. Mary F.llrahelh nails. IIKMI'hTRAt). I. I. Htr. :o Mr Mary Kllt.beth Oavln. idn of Hr John Davln, a phyalclan of Brooklyn itlert at her home mi Kulion avenue here lait night Mr. I nii la her eiiniv-nrih year ' horn In llemptai), hut pnt She wa. her early t life In ttrookhn Two children survive. Will- ( mm II Davi. and Mr. Samuel Powell .lame. A. Nwefiir.i. II.VZI.K.rOK. l' . tier . Col Jamf. A Hfteene editor and newspaper rorre.pon. sent, died here to-day at the agt nf : He ' aai horn at Allentosn and was the eldest! of ten children When hut II he enlisted and M D.i liiniia. the .Vtlornev-Oetieral in the rlvll nar at rhllndelphla He waa nml Mrs. Wlcki islmin. the Sieretary of recalled, hnevr, harau.a of olijri-tlons by . Cnuiliit ice anil Labor and Mrs. .Nagcl amL -hi. parent. Thl. uplnli earned him ihe Miss Najp 1. tl.i ,-e. :itat nf War and Mrs. title of colonel." lie no elecieil m the lie was Legislature hi the reelected in iSi. lfe. fiemoc rats In ltd and He Is survived hy Ills Zen.. Kdgar Newell. VOVKKRS. Pee. Id. TIenas IMgar Nee, 1 a retired hanker, ears old, died to-day. i hi. home. 101 North Rroadna). lie) na. ronneyed with ihe Kail niver N'allonil Bank .f New Vnrk for more than fifty ears. helng cashier forti-flie year., and re tiring last January. He was a charter nieni . her nf the Tn ent y-sccond Itrglinml of Hie National nuard and helsngeil io Monroe. Poll. III. wife mo ini and four daugh ter. iiTrilie him ' j Kills Drake. t I ROSTOV Ore S. Kill. Drake. lio ill.. I ve.ierdav at hi. home In sioushton aged "h. ! invehteit the nno nf lha ha.ehall In lln pre.ent form, hut reaped no rrnanl. a. h illd not liais It palsnled He also Invented I a lannon. allot. Ac, and on securing patrnlai demonstrated tln-m before Un eminent offl j ilals, tint after three, irsrs trial they were rejected. He Invented a new tip nf .kales and ilailsed th. first fountain srlnge, I bearge VV, Hunt. Cenrge VV Hunt, a .ergeant In Hi Third t'nislry nf I'onnsctliut. which fought under i Puster. died at his home In Quakerlnv n. ' Conn . mi Thiir.day night, aged fit. Ha was , a prisoner at Andersnni Hie ami Llbby. Ills I wife and three sons auriile him. ( h.rle. II. W.otlbur. HUSTON. f)ec 10. Charles 11 Wood bur. president and manager of the Mitchell Woodbury Company, n wholesale crockery concern, died .veslerriay at the age of ( llu wa. recently operated on for appen dicitis and was apparently on the road to recovery when ho Buffered a relapse, J.hn B. Ushsf. HORTON, Dee. JO. John D. ri.her. a member of the staff of the sergeant at arm. nnd dean nf thu messenger force at Ihe State House, died last night nt VVestwomt, aged '0. Mr. Fisher was appointed to the messenger force In lilt by (los. Ames, INSPECTOR McOXUSKY BURIES. Klghl TraRIci Squad Men Hear Their Lata Chief to III. Grave Funeral aervloes for Police Inspector George W. McCiugky, long head of (he t raffle gipiad, look place yesterday at Ihe Church of the messed Haorament, llroadway and West Seventy-first street, A requiem mass was celebrated by Mgr. Matthew A. Taylor, with the llev. Father Hulllvan, chaplalnof the I'ollae, Department, as deacon and tha Rev. Terence (limarlln as sub deacon, The pallbearer were eight uniformed policeman of Traffic, Sipiad V Tho interment waa in Calvary Cemetery. For two hours before the service hundreds of friends, Including many city pfflriaU, hankers and business men, filed past ihe casket in tho Inspector's home at 233 West Seventieth street . Among those at tha church were Pollen Commissioner Waldo, Deputy Commie doners Doutharly and McKay, Chief In spector rtohmlttberger, ag-flherlfT Foley, eillepresentallve Ldward Duiipby, former Polloe CommlMloner (noma. McAvoy, former Klr flhlel Crower nd Michael Mulgueen, president of the Catholic Club, M. Knoedler & Co. Recent Water Colors F. Hopkinson Smith .S5. I'lFTII AVLNl I EDS0N BRAD LEYS GIVE BALL. Ahont -toil liiirata IJnlhcr for llnni'- Ing After a lllnner, Wasiiinoton, Dee. 20. Mr. and Mis. Krlson Kradley entertained a company nt dinner this evening. Including n private car full of guests from New York who came over with their son-in-law and daughter, the Itev. and .Mrs. llerbeit Hhlpmiin. About ton guests were asked for d,ine- ig, which began nt lu o'clock Mrs Uiadlej was nowned In cloth of gold , """"" 'I J''""" ' " """' "' ," " ' '"'imotids and sapphires. Tho Mnrlnu Hand alleruatid with Kurnpea bund from . New York. A buffet supper was served Ihlinighout the evening. , Among the guests from New York who 1 will temaln over the week end am Mr. and I Mrs. VVagstalT, Mr. and Mrs. Alexandtr H. Pratt, Mr. ami Mis. Frank i ii i'ip. Mr. and Mrs. Thomns I'odilliiKtou, .Mr. and Mis, Irwin Ilroknw, Mrs. Klnker, Miss Sin- l)rrsrr. Miss Angelica Hrovvn, Miss Julia llobtlns ami Miss Msrearet An drews. Among thr guests st tho ball wore Miss Tafl, the French Anibassadui' anil Mine. ' .Jiissrr.ind. the lliitlsli Ambassador and p .iis. nnir, ine lirn.ii:in .1 lll'assauor Htlmsoii. the IMnliih Minister and l!c-li- j rcschtnlLe and .Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Vr. lioelel'. I'uncrilt Vtiiiid.) , ihe lunoral services or Mrs. Haii-ielM0'" Warien (loelei. widow of Koberl lioelel, who died while irui-ing on her jaclit. abroad, will Im held in Si liiotaaa s t hureh ' on Monday hi Hi o'i lin k In evi ork i ii-iln , I. it. illnmi. ll'j'rl Marseille, I Hunsr I' ,M Luneheen ! .Mi. Wi.edr.in VV Uson nni iho Ml. .re il.on Woinrn'. litih. Wslilnrf-A.iiiria. 1 I' M 1 I'lilocratlr; I'rtnci inn Triangle Cluh. thratrirsl entei -lattilneiit Hulel .V.tnr. P M and I P M Chll'IOTi'. I'hrl.tni.i. inailnpe. I'arnegli Lvi-eiim. . P VI Va.s.ir htti'letu. .via hotletj, li i urc ey Prof Shiitiiuk. W slilnrf-Artorls. nfiernno ,. tUuner to (Imeriinr i leei VMIIUm MuUe , VValilnrfAKtnrla, T P M. I'hrMiitas eiiierinliiiiienl, New Vmk H clety for ihe Preveutiuu of rrueiiv to I'lul dri'tl, $!! l-'nurth aicuiie. 7 ! M llorth'illl lira I Hoitst), aililre.. I,v ileors T Powell. Museum ef Nntui.il Htsiorv. s P M MARRIED. KKl'PKI. VH'KUItY At 1'arrlik.onHulr, Ireland, Thiir.ilai, Dtrnnlier 13, Divltl lveppel to Dorothy 15 M Virkery. DIED. tlAnilHTT. On Dcrrmber !, ll, at adelplila, Pa., Churlrs K Barrett, It tears. Phil aged , Friends anil relsilns are Invited lo itttnd ' the funeral services Saturday attornoon. precisely at I o'clock, at hli Ute resi dence, the Admaston Apiirtmcut., 9th t. and llroadway, interment private. (10K1.KT Kuneral services for the lain ' .Harriett. Warran Hoelai will be held ut i HI, Thainasrs Church on Monde), He- f camber ii, .1 10 o'clmk. Intrrnicnt private. 1 CiItAVEH. On Friday uiornliiK, Heceiuher . :0, U12, Jane Oraves, In her a ill soji, widow of Henry A. ilruirs nf Deiruli, lllrh. Funeral services at her Iste residence, U:i ; Ut. Mark. v, llruokltn, on Hunday, lio- teinber 22, ut i P. M. HUYLKIt. Hudilenly. on Decs-mber SO, 1913, ' John H, youngest son of ltiun V ami j the late John 8. lluyler, aged It yearn . w Funeral senilis nn Hiinila) at 4 n'tlmk si his mother's residents, JO I Vii "t 7ld st. HTDB On 84turday, December 14, 1913, at , Tucson, Arli., after a lingering Iniss, Itlchurd II) dc. Ilelatlve. and frlsnds are respectfully In vited to attend the funeral Iron lis hit. residence, 2$ Klglith uv., llrookljn, oa Hunday, December it, lilt, at : I. M, UI1.I.K1I Kll Perk Miller, M D 8eriioes I "TUB Ftl.NBIIAL CHUItt'H," '.'41 West :$d si (Frank HI. Campbell 11 ,i I ut 1 nt i, und.y, 1 o'clock, sblii-j iuj i li ... "-.'J LU..J- . ..iua ffflNK E. 8MLVKU t . aiJ. ttst Uei.l T