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THE DAY AT THE OPERA.
i.iiVii' I'roin S in 1 1 unrt Hourd
in hiM-rf til ( miei'Ho of
'. m i n a i. ri:ui'oi.n:it
,i i i Inn en"
(lie I1 1111
A7.' "Hut He iif
" AIm llcnnl.
lul.lr RIH AflernniiB
"lltrllci" In lr KTenlna.
Thte I ,l,,i,ilv ii tilneiit nubile appe.
tile for opera in Juitlfy the Riving of
Ura . rfnrni.mces in the Metropolitan
Open, Hun,,. Another look place yestcr-Ih)-
aftftunon xxluri a (Inutile I. Ill xvn of
fere.l. lJUiltni: f pile Set ret of Sit
nitilie' i,il I'uullHtrl' Tli.te Rax an
itmllen,.,. w hl.-h nile.l the hour,. Mini the
HlllKetH tereheil ,eitV of applim.. The
' it III 'The Seeret of Hnxnilltr" n the
ami both mh I'ariar ami
their stanilaril!! ot
".llll" 111 lu fi
Ml fMOltl Xllataltll ,
In tacllarrl- Mr fHiiin xxh untie
.HU the ,.,.,t,e f fUl.ll. ItltereM. ie.p.
Mtli .1. nl to,,,, or tyle Mi. (Illlv up.
I el I m"'11iI,"wI' "f "" """I'' ltl
all II HI excellent enunciation xxa
"it the l,.,M ireiiltHble feature of 1,1 llll
lie ..oiMtlon Ml,, All.-n xv the .V ,,(
in -t r mi f i i rii y ... .... ,...
' Othello" wa
"lit hh lri rtnnun u,i,1 l. t
ri'llf'iltf'fl liiti.ru-.., .11,..'.. ' i.
I.e.. I.. I . - 1 HUK'llf" mifrfin
niii'i i imjm n in this putilir Th tw
t iiinni H! H HMO!' WIIM rnrrl -J
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-iiimn.v nnrj hi
m l rathor fn.pl!.. romtinniuon !
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
AND THE CAB J NET
ert ..r the
I' tn uitr,itr that
l ie tn out. mime mailni
I'-'f Str.itiUx nme iikhIii
: a -oio:t, ami n new
toiirth iKiMtlon on the list !
nternretntlon of a
I help 1 ii'ir..iit,,. and su ,m7H
tragedy hail In
mi i : and the hnutltiK of the
ii.i the h.-t. In the "Hun.
1 ir i.iwt. .
-' 'iiii i-it..n of the concert i
l i. 'M.irri.me nf Kis.uo ' i
in I till wi. -iiooecileil by
n ' I'iMt.ir.U" vniphon.x . Thru
: e l.l-7.t llltlirli.1llce The f'"
ii. in,, in i; minor ..f .MciuleN. I "Ks,'n "nil
'"el ami tile entertainment l':,l'er man In
1 uht to It-, oono'.iijiion wlih
- T.irn.var oerture The
'.' M.i I'.mer. pliinNt. who
- 'ir- ,iiirar.ini e In this lt.
U a .in of i:rne.t I'diier.
mil rtiitpnr I'.xillily the
E. PRENTISS BAILEY DEAD.
Kdllor of h. I ,.
ertrr" foV do ran,
I'tioa. .In i; . u; ir.n,u. ii.n...
I'tor of the ftica
tile Oldest IlftlVe nPWK-
the t'nlteil -.nt... ai.t
n"m ' V!ock thl morn.
in He wu.H 73 eat old
.Mr. Hnile hud lieen ill for nearly
f"ur ears. A few week- into lie I.e.
rattle flinch ore and for the last Ien
had I n line onMcinn ll .
known t.. .tudentK of "J" ,'l"''leil the end for Miine
!i . .in;i a.- the author of,""'1 W3 li" when he dUd. i
.: and .ry -er ire.ihle hand- I'rentN.s Hailey ,m horn in Man-
hti.i-.il sul.joct- The son ' 1:u"'' ' ,n""liB. count). AuciMt IS, H.t4.
:s .r,ifesor of piano at "e wa" ""' "'" "f We.!ey Hailey. who
en , 1,1 "' Olt.or of a ctrotiR antl-
i iinvn ntnry and liax I.
'i.-a.l . f the conHprair
. 1 lav
' ate eipeclally wortliv of
a ,-e hi plainc of Men
- l.eerful anil melodiou-' ron-
.:i no i-eiiie pedncouU'. On
.tr it was the performance of
.. ..f genuine musical instincts
..!- lei-htui- pnued perfectly
ll " wmk He lAri'N in fluent
- .11 raxura p.isaj-! and In
r' all the time The pianist '
'mmand of tone and wulii
ranse suflici. ntly ureat for'
impel of t tlca. the .if.dfiy
i. -Mr Itallev l.an !n .ine ......
In I'ayettevllle and In im: went wah
UN familx to I-tl.-a. and after attending
xehoul until he wa. edr,. old entered '
ui omce or (tie to I'.irn
He remained with In.- father until
J.3. when he Joined th" .taff of th
rtlCH Mil; Uburirrr. then tmlillsheii by
Li.-.vltt t' Urove and edited by .lohn I).
Miller wa.i reporter, telegraph edJ
i"i ami peiiemi utility man of the
i-i. wnicn lisk. famltar'to
ins mun he Inn nl.ni a de
- i'' "f dalnt. nuance
moM'tiuMt he proved that
. '.. i.i make the piano nine
- ' pla with pretty -entlment.
r was poetic in the compo.er"s
: ' tonti.l ami puhlMud with
r Al-ocether his interprotatlon of
-it., was pleasmc To lie M.ro
i.p..-it i.'ii (alls for no profound
ri. .nation and It will be InteieMintf
- t .t.,re tlrn- to hear Mr. I'.mer
'.k trea-iures of some larger
i " liis perforni.ini.e last ex.
; . inii4ic.il ami fm that reason
v - praise
ii'- 'I'astoia: sxmphony
i 1 . ind ;n its turn and Is alwass
I'r mri -!iv Miule .minis, ntly
! i.ul. it cuiko.i and Its tliun
' n !.' nterlnir a idea of i nnfe-.
Journalism, he performed well that tn I
when Mr. Miller was appointed In'
l'resdnt Huchanan I nited State Con
siil to Hamburu. Mr llalley na the 0nlv !
person emploxed on the u!,t.-n-r. He'
continued slnuie handed fur ten years '
In 1S67 he purchased an Interest in the
paper and the arm ..f isroi,. Hatlev '
continued the publlt-ntlon until is::.. 1
'wn-n tti firm a sue. ceded 1.x a cor-i
' poration In 1-S3 the coiporate name
llieram- K itallex A C.,, which Mi'l !
, con'lliu.s .Mr llallex was president.
Mr. Hailev was married first on Sep
t.inher :Z. in;;. ,0 Miss .lulia S Weth-
iln of Mewltt. iinondj;,! rountx. She
Jed Juy :. lM,l. leaXIHK one daughter,
now Mrs. IMwird H Wells of ftlca.
' Me was married aynln In Hrooklvn on
.Inn- :'4. iw, to Mis Hannah Chapman.
3 lone t.epii irominent in rharl-
.ludpe Did ou steal that
Sairbo No. Jtidpe. but I wa
keep him from bitinp.
An Old Joke Illustrated.
afraid of that chicken and I only put him under my arm to
dmce as to the little bltiK 1 -"'e work In this city They had four
I'reiitls and M:sa
.! ! ist assure ourselves tha;
ii i mains h erv effectixe one
unrar h.ns ..f n - or. h-s-
.-- 'i in .i tone pain'.ets
X.I-" n lis .,nii,. :nrm that M:
-. and ii- orUn ii;i were n.o-t
i.i'.e last exeninc Tliey thundered
i. 'x alio ,n peo t.i turn the xvni
' i' i.ci.onient Into glorious sum
' t was a slunrish little brook
i ii the.x had their bucolic
n l 1'iere was no crp.it Incisive-
tiead in the first move
H i i n g; atojspd themsplves by
-ni hy indulced in the subfe--e.lnes.s
with blither spirit and
f t ,e symphony much better
went Into It.
is m ii"t far bad; there was
:ipv dis.isreement btxveen
. ..ml "loan In Carnecle Hall on
' standard pluh I.astexe
' is a feiicitious accord,
t ' ( tarnation of the "f'ru
'i pla.xs -uch an Important
. depiction of the triumph
.n faith oxer brharlanlm.
, es.f ,.
; cnnnren- l.anslni; C
xvho died in infant y.
I!. ss. ( 'irlton Itallev
DR. THADDEUS S. C. LOWE.
I e Rnllnon
for 1 1 1 -
niox fd to I 'ana mm for tl e ve.,i- He -pent
vear in .smiili xmenxu olleeniic d.i1 i
In limatolo'v nd rojieal ilie.'i.e-. arid
in 1 yj t Mine to Sew Voi k to pr id ie
111 1'I4 lie "elll to ( 1101 .1- H spei in I ..ill-
( narx co!iit!is.tnnr and for lit. wor in
jprexeniion of hopnal ih-e.i.e. the imlei
', of t)lleen lKHbell.l the l'..'liulli W.ls be
I stoned llll llllll In IJlleeu Is I III'! I, I of spmn
Hiid he was made I oiiiiii.inder of (he Older.
He was a member nf the N'eu orU Male
Medical Sonety. the Mmlir.il Sorielv lit
.New nrU the Nilllir.ll Hi-toty MieietV of
jMontre.il. whs a fellow of ihe Itoyal lien
1 cratit.lc I VlC'e.v. Iioll-residetir fe'low
jltl 111" I'niled Males of Ml (.ill tnxeisiu.
j 'i founder t; ihe I'ariudiin ocihH- of nm
i nl U and Us sprond iire-idenr . a dne.inr
! of Ihe lliniherliiind of m n.,ri.ii ri ml a
l our,. Ir and et-presneni of the e'x or .
Lradiiates s.0,.i v of Mi I .ill t lux ers i
hete with his parents when s .xears old.
At elexen he .ntered tile emplo.X of A T
Stewart A .' as ia.h bov and left there
to ).. stni 1. box with W .v ,1 Sloane II"
became head nf Hie xxnolesale carpet
business of tl.e Sloane coumanv He went
XXltll Alesamler Mllllh .V Sons when the
mpinv stahllsiicd a New Vmk branch
II.- man led In ISV .Martini MiCulloiicli of
Stat. n Island Ills wife, mother and a
MSt. I" surx IX e llllll
PARCEL POST FLIGHT HALTED.
X.lnlnr llrnis When Wllnl
lllln rrom (ieltlllK (lirr
I'r nvint-M k .Ian ii; Kn Htiemtit bx
Hnrrv M .lonns (n leave Provident.' this
mornini; on the seinnd lap of his crops,
luimiry DlKlit to New ork carrying jiarcel
po-l mailer ended xxlrhui rweniy fen: of h
foriv loot cut thioiiEh whitli the Xew
Hav.-ii huts, run
I he machine. was ntiidernhlv damaued
in repair . the aviator ul have in take it
all apart Jones was not Injured outside
nf Kctnnir a hard toll as the machine came
IO C.'lMll lit. lu. nlrni.l nf irlt..,..
,n:- niiil h.nl I.e. ii in the i usinms m rvt. i irraph wires and could not - over rhem
imii.' in. in iti.rrx xears ror sexeral ne'-aitse oi uie wipri
tuition? Milken.. I
Anthony Will. ens nf the surx.xors de.
p.irtinnt. New VorV. Custnin House, died
.aril .tril,i.x at his home, lni:t Tlnton
.venue Mr U'likens xas r.."i vears of I
wars past and
l en In i Ii H M'
th" surtor' i
h'.s xi If., and a
up to 'i
f the t..
d..uh he lias' 'he iicenient will cause a three dav delav
bureau of I I -innes mav oe nine in leave ny
He IS MUfVlX'eil
I'imiu xi, .Iiii i ir Tbaddeiis i
l.owe. who irniifii fame in Die i ivil war
hv makinir ihe ri i t militarv nhpervanons
from a balloon ued bv the trniv of the
I'otomac. died to-dav at the home or his
I linrle . nMtli,
I'h.iiles Heach t-. !!. nt of th" x'a's.
kill Mount. i. tl Kallxxax. died x. stenlay In
I'atskill He xxas 7n xears of ace. Mi
H".ich was tiorn at i'atskill in IMS In
1 sO he helped locate the mute of the.
Oatsklll Mountain Hailxxax He was su
perintendent of this llii" from 1:' until
1 f. when he became Hernial superin
tendent and skeletal' A few x.als aKO
he became pres.il.nt
Ihe Co.. Inn iiiilinny lfnrert.
..I .'ib-f 'piloii conceit of i lie
t l.oir .,clt t took place last
'! in If a 11 The piogramtne
f !: mskx -uo-sakov s beautiful
'e . .i.id Alabiv "s
?.-le ' S'JTS bx Mine.
. i - s Va!s TllsTe
x ' I s , M ussot "sl(
..f I. ttle I'.ussia I soiiks by
'V Klnden and Calmer suiik
S.-naia Tox e and Zototarex '
riliiiwf.iv " The melodies heard
s n imed weie secular Hehrew
' "ie xxmk had characteristic In-
Or l.owe was born in lefler-on v II .
.n 133. and xxas descended from I'iltfrinw
j He Hpeciili7pd in chemistry ! wan shortly
after he married .Mile Leontme (iachon
in iSi that he he.(n to experiment with
'balloons and i onsi ructed snveral while
I in the emplov of rhc liovernment He did
I thl as an aid to ihe siudv of a'mospheric
conditions He Invented -exeral iii-tni-ments
for Ihe determination of Iniizitude
' and latitude without a horizon
in n.xi ne millt the biugest aerostat ever fifty-ninth yeai I ntil ten xears aso he
made up to that lime line of his earliest ) conducted a lane farm in the i .rax e-end
balloon Rights was to a height of I'.i.onn section He was a member of The m
I feet, by far the record of those iUvs Soon 1 Nicholas Socletv and the Hutch lull of
' after he annoutired Ids intention of crossing Klatbiish His wife, who a- Miss niv II
the Atlantic Ocean in a balloon and built
. one with a rapacity of ;;:,,noO cubic feet
I of cas, but after sexeral unsuccessful at-
Sunt; of i lempts to inflate the bai; he taxe up ,,
Namara 1 Plan
Henrx s I'nnderxeer, w ho-e at.fe. tot
were amou? the earliest Hutch settlers in
the old row u of I Intbu-li. died on Vx'eilnc
dsx- at his home, '.Tin i hireiidnn load, in In-
' lloifart. surx nes htm
nllnii I nnle.l fur Flovrer.
Hie lliooniitiKilale i;reenhoi.es on the
roof have Introduced a vntinir contest,
whereby ihe hospital that receives tile
createst number of xoies will receive at
rhe end of each week ion llnuirimr n'ants
MM. I s iWi Irn.h , ... .1.... ..... I .
several terms as Member of Aspcmblv from I the first week of this . ontest, and the llelle.
Kii'iiinotiii county lie also served as Su- I x ue nospuai received the urcatest number
perxisut of Mitlilleinw n, Staten Island He I of votes, and conseiiueiitlv the flow ers and
was one ..f ihe founlers ot the Itichmond 1 plants livery visitor in (he sioreis allow ed
i. a- Comii... I to xote there belns no conditions imposed
siiinuel II. Ilrlek.
s-iiimi.-. I: llrick of Philadelphia ;: xearn
old. died ve-terdav at the home of his .on,
hrank llrnk. Il,i"nnne. V .1 He w,ifor-r-erlva
i. sidtii nf Maien l-land ami served
.Vary A. llunnell. S! yearc old.
of John W Ounriell. formerlx of
ree. I; 1. died jesterdav at h, r
t.; .lof.ilemon street. Hronklxn
sue Is survtxeil by three suns. Thomas IV.
lames and Frank I. of llrooklyn. and
Hxn daucht.rs. Mi Sidney I.. Sniythe of
New Vnrk and Miss llunnell of Hrooklvn
l.rernTleh nuntry l lol. Klert.,
I hnrleo .1. Wllllama.
I h ir.e.
new ser- i soon alter the start of the civil war Ir 'home
MnpaK , i.op x iiteci xx ashlmitoii and made flights I was born in N pv oik in Ifcc.i ami receix ed
I lie annual iiieeiine of the (Ireenwich
I oiintrx Club was held yesterday afternoon
C the oltli. nf Prestdenr K (' Cnnxerse
l. illiams died ve-terdav at Ins ' 1 1 Wall streei 'Ihe follow ins retirinc
XXest Mnec.-eiirhtll -Heel He ", '"i" ieei"iiei i oi l.e Xealix
llarr II .Ira.
i veriue Presbvierian ( hiirch
Is ie..ira'e the wedding of
i' Hide, of lllllsxille. Pa . to
irr of Oil ( if v. Pa . Ihe l!ev
n pie nf Tmisville offlclatini;.
,l re. were present for the cere
Mv nude entered Ihe church with
i . teil.l llyles. and Miss Marian
Iiw.ii of Plamlleld. N .l.wlioucted
-rii1 wm-Hi-niih' attendant After
"..c ihere wis a weddirnf break
to Hotel lioiharii
to demonstrate the xalue of th balloon in
warfare One of these was from Cincinnati
to the South I aroiina coast, !"' miles,
which he made in nine hours lie u,,. ,,,.
pointed chief aeronautic etiKineer of the
1 ninn army and oriranied Hn aeronautic
i orps which trave xaluahle aid hy unnerving
tii" movements of Confederate troops.
In lstl.'i !r l.owe invented a machine
which made the first artificial ice in the
I nited States From l91 to im he jxas
building the Mount l.owe Cillixav and he
established the l.oxxe Obsprvatoiv in the
Sierra Mini re Mountains
his ediieatiou at old Public Si hnnl '.. He
established ihe llell-!n-s Contraciini Com
panx. Into which he later took his -on
Hops Williams as a pari net He married
in );; Miss Mien l.eiqhion nf New nrk,
x ho died fix e ve.ir- aijn I wn snu- stirx ix
llllll. lioss Williams, lallim.llll leider ill the I
Sevenreenth ssemhlv di-irur. ami Sidney
Williams, secreian in Piinbc serx ice I orn
iiii.sloiiei Cram He leave-a!-o a d niirhier,
Mi.. Delia I i, linn,-
owe . I.tlwari heiirsotl XX lllian. 1 l.r...
ham. Ilenrc s 'Ihomp-on ami t.ustav
ll'llllllllllll (inicers of the i ub are K C
i mixers.. rir.-ileiii ( o Itobert H Maker
x n "-president ie eaux Powel, treasurer"
and ll'issei on es, .". ret tr.x '
"iddiriir of Mis- Horence Oimond,
'' nl i ol and Mi- Ihonms Diiiiond.
- 1 1 iiliei of Philadelphia took place
X'.ee,, i hurrli yfsterdax afternoon,
I" De l..mt ex Townsend. rector
'. ir. h oftlcintiiitr Many relallveh
'.ru- from Philadelphia and this
i. i.ie.eni for the cereiiinnv, and in
'n-iei was Ihe Hlirhl llev Ill-hop
i ' M Irani is of liidlau'i. who pro-
i he benediction
xiiiiild Diiiiond, sitei-in-law
l.r ule. was l)e Oldv 11 1 1 I'M 111 lit
n , It llher, cousin ol Ihe bride
v. .1. ihe bes. man and the ushem
X.i. mil Himond and ' P.enwick
I oroiheis ot Ihe bride, Wlnlhriip
- Hn r r on I. Hi erinirtoti, Samuel I!
'"i I t ouriney i'litiderforil and
- .- M t albridife
'In ereinunv there was a reception
I' a Hotel, and Mr and Mrs H olier
"' uaid tin a short Southern trip.
nl in e In Philadelphia
l'ln ami I'lax'r.
wi. wnks ens iKemerit of the Little
' odiK lloii of "Anatol" aCM'lnej
' Tnialle xxhich xxas to haxe elided
mow i IrIii has been extended In
'i' ustxald Voikc. who has been
e Mu t will leaxe Hip cast after to.
"iv iiiht's mi fot miinte to Join Annie
Th Old JiiiKllsh ;oinedy Company,
ii tout He will be siie-cf piled by
GEORGE W. CROSSMAN.
Well Knout I'ofTee Impnrler and
Igrnl Is Dead.
Oeorge ( tossiiian. senior member of
Crossman 4 Slelcken, died at Ills home
Wednesday III, death was announced
yesterday on the floor of rhe Coflee V.
chalice. .Mr Ciossmaii had long been a leader
in the coffee business, hi film handling
nun h of ihe llrazillan crop He also was
New x,ork agent for Western houses and
u n ex pun ei of general meichiindl-e
Mr I rossmau was born slity-niue xear
ago In Henrv street, son of .lames Wood
ward I rosvinan With his brother he
foimed XV II Crossman A llro 'thirty
eats ago Mr Crnssinan went Into cofTve
His firm II lib need the $;.',ooo,ono valoii.u
iioii loan 10 lirall. which has been altaiked
111 I he I luted Stales courts
Mr I rossiiian was elected a member of
Ihe I lifffe I.Kllliljge in kM. At one lime
he was its resident He was also a mem
ber of ihe Produce and Maritime exchanges,
the Downtown, New Wirk Hiding and
New York Athletic clubs, and a director
of the North lirlllsh und Mercantile lire
Insurance Company He leaves a .on
and a daughter, Herman C Crosatnan und
Mrs. (ieorgis C .Mills His Jtotne was in
I'M Weel Seventy-iilnlh street
Henry draflnn I tiHiimaii.
Ibnrx ; i a f 1 1 in c'liniimaii dud ester
da) at his home at 1 1 Madison nxeriue
Ml Chapman xxas born In lOu iiud xxas
educated at St. Pauls School In Concord,
N II. and later xxent to Harxard, where
he ncelxed diRre.-s fmui ihe unlx.rsity
and the km school lie then came io
New- Vnrk and practised law- for some
time in the nfllces of liandolph ttoblnson
Mr I'hapmati then became the editor of
ii magazine known as the lltulnlor of
Art and later was mmicct. d with the
New Yoik State Civil Sen Ice Heform
Association II. was an accomplished
linguist and was inKaKid by the music
film nf Schinner Cn to translate for
eign songs and llbi.tli fm them H" wa.
a Ktiideiit of pbiliisophv and rontrlliiit.d
ma n v articles tn magazine on that sub
ject Mr Chatunau Is sin x Ixnl bx his wife
and a snn
i hailes Kaufmaiiu, prcsldeiit of the att
imbllshliiR film of Itaphael 'link A inns
Co publishers of adxeitlsing special
ties, died Wedmsdax nfleinocin al Ills
home. 2J Kast Sex entx .lxth sliect. II.
was nr. .xi'ais old and xx.ih born In ColuKne.
tlermany. comlliK hete at an f inly age. He ,
was a memlier of the Haiinonle Club Mr
Katifmann 1 surxlxed b his wife and;
Iteccplloii for 111. CraKln,
.Mrs I.dwm Hradford Cragln gave ves
ferda) afieriioon at her house, pi West
l lfliei li street a reception for her daughter,
.Mi- .Miriam Vxilliinl ( raglu, a debutante
I; 'xiiii.' with I Item were Ilr .lane lligelow,
the Misses Helen Kingslinrv, t hrlstina
I islier, l.dlih I IH'cerald. Miriam Horemiis.
I dllh William-. Hes,,. Snake and Louise
lln till lieel Horpr to Wril,
Mi- Howard Ldgar of Siulev, , ,
has niuounced the encaKetnent of hn
djughler io Ha . id tbeel Sioier ol Pittsburg
.Mr Storer i a son of Mrs Havid A Siorer
ol i:tl Ver Sevcnty-flftli .ireel So dale
ha- been set for I he w eilditig
Nnlea of the social World.
Mi James Mott Harthorne will give
to-night at the Ititr.-Carlton a dance for
hn it.nightei, Mis, L'leanor Hartshorne.
I'.nn.rs will be gix.-n tn-nleht bv Mis
Cornelius c ('uxler, Mrs William Matilce
and Mi John ciaflln
Mis IVilx Laniond will ge a small
dance tu-nlght at her house, J West
Tenth street for her daughter. Mis Mar
Ml-. Aithui M. Iiodee will go to Wali
Inrrtun. O. c, to-day, to ilsit Mi. Hcfiirv
Mis Tlielma Vlnb tt gave slerday at j
her house i.Mi West Kift -tilnlh street a
luii'h.on for Ml-s Kathleen Anderson, of'
Washington, I). C.
dance l ist
M ii i lay
Yuung gave a dinner
the Colony Club.
DR. WOLFRED NELSON.
IHnners xveie glien last night by Mrs.
Townsend lluideii, Mrs. John A Logan.
. and Mi Walter S, Unrnee
Kellei.l wrll ptoduce
"!!!(." ! u,iui
I'b)lilaii and Haperl on Tropical
Dlaeaar Ulea Here.
Hr Wolfrecl Nfhon, for yearn physician
al Ihe Aator.Hoine, where he lived, is dead
at the Hudson street hospital )r Nelson
I wa a on of Pr Horace Nelson of Montreal
Thc.tie Mr Kelletd will play Shy.
' xnnlirt liaiclnii I'ortin, IUW Illlnd
"nidtto. Kdwart Mackcy Graliano and
""'"ion Burby ttfotUo.
"n ui the 'and was grandson of Pi Wolfred
Nelson, Canadian rebel of i:ir
Hr Nelion tin born in Montrral In I MB
and fduratpd at Mcfilll University.
Ill bean practlc In Canada and la IMO
William II. Hn me I.
XMiiiatn ll uarnei oi .Ncwatk. who was
connected with T. .1. Pilncetori v Co. man-
'ufactureis of llnec:d oil, died .xcsleiday
at Ills home, t,Z Lincoln Pink Mr ll.tr-
'net was boin In l.olumbla. S. C, in 1SI7,
but had spent the gipiiter part of his life
In Newark He was a menihei of the lis
sex Club and secictary of the boaid of
trustees of the Central Methodist Kplsio
I'aul -lolhony lleulmer,
Paul Anthony Hcubtier. Nexv Vork iep
resentatlvc of Alonndci Smith ,, Sons
Carpet Cnmiiali.x of Y. inkers, died x i f M s
tcrdny at his home, Mii Fowlci axiiiue. xetteida.x
Pelham Manor. Mr. Heubner waa born husband at the (iotliam, whera
bx Walieck, Otrmany, In lll. and caina l,rnaln until the early aprinir.
Mis Piancis C Hat low and Miss Cat
lotta Lowell entertained the Tliursdaj
Kveiiliij Club last night at the flotham. !
when Prof II Kaltfleld Osbnin dellveted
a lictuie. I
Mine, xon Herwarth. wife of th Mili
tary Attache of tin. Herman Rmbanay, ar-
ivcd xesterdaj fmin Kinope and l at'
hihaul Ix .xlacSHx win. airivn
fnuii Luiope, lias j.iiind Ihi
BKAOH Hlert nt ratfklll January H,
Chnrles . Iipach prmliUnt Catsklll
Mnuntnln Hallroad c'ompnnx In hln
Tfth jear Surxlxed by hi. wife, for
merly Mabl XVII. on nf New Vnrk city.
Prrtlcc t hl late realdrnre Saturday
ex'nlng at n etne-k Interment at
xxnoainwn Sunday afternoon
HBHC.R At her residence S0 Went i:nd
x on Tuesday. Januarv 14. audd-nlv
nrier a hrlef llinem Klljabeth AVernctk
widow of William Berg
CACIATI Suddsnlv. : Koine, Ii;y. Jan.
u.iry IS, Margsret. wf. ef r.aetano Ca-
E.iil and dtughter nf Ot-nrgt II. and
the late l.lndt Dowi Cookiey.
if A I'M AN Henry CIraftnn Chapman of
rnia city In th S3d year of hi age. of
Funeral rrvlre will l.e held at St Mat
ihew'i. Church Dedford. N V. Satur.
la) January 1. at l: M. A special
ar will he attached In trail leaving
lirsnd Central Station at 10 15 A M.,
arriving at (ir.ind Central station on
return at i V M. Ilelatlxr. neighbor
and Intimate frlenda are Inxltcd
CHOSSMAN. Suddenly at hi residence. :i
XXVat Sevenly-nlnth at., on Wedneaday.
January 15, III), (ieorge W. Crossman,
In hla sStli year,
funeral s-rxlifs will b held on Saturda,
I 30 P. -! . at All Angels' Church,
lilghtx first si. and XVeit K'nd iv.
Please omit rloxxers
DCNNni.I,. ()n Thursday January K. Mil,
Mary A. widow nf John XV llunnell, at
Iter resident-" ISfc Joralsmnn st , Brook.
In. N. V . In Ihe Ssth xear of hsr ag.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Providence,
It. I , papers please rnpx.
FT. A SB It On Tuesday. Jinuary M, JJU, at
Morrlatown. N J . Anna M. Fraasr,
l.low of Oenrge s Frassr and daugh
ler of the late Hanson K Corning
Funeral services will be held at ihe Hrlck
Church, Thlrty-sevc nth si and Fifth bv .
New Vork rliy. on Saturday. January II,
1H13, at 2 P M Interment at the con.
xemence of ihe fa mil)
rP.KHFIKI.l) WlllUm II PreeDtld Fu.
neral from "Till: FI'NKIIAL Cllt'flCH."
I'll West Twrnty.llilnl si (Frank B
Caniutie'l llulldtngi, Friday morning,
10 u'cluc k
Hlil HNIill. At IVIIiain .Manor. January It.
Paul A. lleulmer
Funeral er Ire at his ate residence. Jls
Fimler ax . Sunday. January 1, at :
o'clock Carrlugea will he In walling at
Pelham station on arrival nf train leav
ing (Irand Central Terminal, New flaxen
It. It., at 101 I' M. Interment at Wood
lawn NKI.SON --Hinilieihocid of St. Andrew. Mem
ber are requested to attend Ihe funeiai ,
--iii-ri tn i.ur mie ipotm menilier. Ilr
Wolfred Nelson, at Calvary Churiti
hnurth nc and ?lvl et ut I. SO p. M.,
1'HiJ.O . .laniiiir) 17
H. il HKW ITT Pieildfnt.
STKiiHU Harry Fejton Sieger
Funeral serxlces will take plac at St. I
clenigr's Chinch. Heinpsiead. 1, . at '
I. J" 1'rldr.y ufteriioim Trains leaiei
New York (rennsx Ixania Station, al 1
.1:03, at Flatbush ax )lronkl n ut 1, ,
Interment llouhsin Ter
.... .j I
MRS. FISH'S FIRST DINNER.
r ,'i i .'i . i. i,
Charles K. xampaon Knterlalna at
Mr Stuyvesant Klsh gave last night at
her house, M Kit Hevenly-elghlh slreef,
Ihe first of a series of dinners
There were sluty at dinner, which was
served at several tables each of which was
decorated with while roses.
Among the guests xxere Mr and Mt
Lewi Iselln. Mr and Mrs Mherl '.. Orav,
Mr and Mrs. New hold Morris, Mr and Mr
Sliiyxesiinl Vksli, .Ii , Mr ami Mr. John
Ilussell pope, Mr and Mr lleorgel" Bakri,
.Ir , Mr and Mrs David Dow, Mr and Mrs
Orme Wilson. .Ir . Mr and Mrs. Norman
I Whliehouse, Mr and Mis I. Cass Ledynrd,
ir , .Mr and .Mrs Leonard Ihotiia. Mis
Margaret Steward, Ihe Ml.. tdelalde
und Marian Ciiiuion, Miss Marie l.oule
Liinnet, Miss Angelica Schuyler llrowii.
the Misses .tahel und Helena I'lsh, Miss
Marv llovl Wllmrir. Miss I I en nor 'I'MX'liir
I .Ml-- Marjurle Curt is, Cu pt pniter of London,
i.l l onper la.rd, llermanii Oelrlchs, Peicv
1 I! Pyne Jd, Koberl P. llreese, x lillgelie
llallalin, Pduiiind P. Hogeis, .1 De Wolf
I lilting and .toll n Wallace Kiddle
Scotch bagpipers played during Ihe
dinner and afterward several came In from
oilier dinners for general dancing Pot
the entertainment id Mrs l'i-h'- guests
there were some chine... and Spanish
dancers Mrs Pish will give dinners on
Intimity r:i and :m
Another dinner of last night was given bv
Charles F. Sallllisilll In the Pall Mall innln
of Ihe Hlt.-l arlliin lhere wa one table
In Ihe centre of which wa a japonlca tree
in full bloom and baskets of white japonica
were plat eil about the table. Among the
guests were Mr and Mrs Karnck lllggs
Mr and Mr .lames llrown Potter. Mr
and Mrs .1 Frederick Tatn. Mr and Mrs
I'aul I iickerinati, Mrs. Francis C Harlow,
Mr and Mrs McDotigall Haxxkes, Dr and
Mrs Poland Mclxeever. Mr .1 West Hoose
xeli, .Ml-s Mary Parsons, Miss Kleauor
lllodgetl, W Ithlnelaniler Slewarl, llobei I
I. Hone ami Andre de l'iiuiiieres
SOCIETY WOMEN IN :
An Ititcrostintr Knteitninini'iit
('ivpii in Itiillnioin of
(IAXCIN(i AS A Sl-WKL
'TIiiim- Who Mail I'nsrd Wore
Cosliinii's After Fornifil
Show Wiin Over.
THIRD MAY CLASS DANCE.
Oenernl Danplnii: at Uetinnnlpo'a.
Then HntTel sripprr,
Ihe Ihlld for till season of the series of
datnes known a the May cla, organied
bv Miss Henrietta II Wllmerdlng, took
place last night at Delmonlco's As Usual
there was general dancing and a buffet
Among the nal rone-se nreenl xxere
Mr S Montgomery l!ooeve!t, Mr Sidney
de Kay, Mr. I'rcderlck Soutback. Mr. A
i Union Wllmerdlng, Mr Ferdinand Sands.
I Mrs. Donald Campbell, Mr Alexander
xon c.oniarii Hnu uie ..usses ..laiiioa i.ouise
Ptllot, Kin Ingersoll lliown, lleulali Ii.
Hepbutn, Irina Degener, Marian Floyd
Whitman. Alice Ouernspy and Knilly A C
The neit dance w III be held on February
In NetT Vnrk Te-cla),
Twenty-four Kaiat Club, annual dinner,
Wnldotf-Astorla. 7 P M.
Peoples Institute, lecture by Dr. T. Ien
aga, Cooper Cnlon. l P. M
Japan Socletx,. luncheon to Viscount
Chlnda. 1H5 Hioadway. 1 I' M
Rutgers College Alumni Association,
dinnei, Hotel Astor, 7 I' M
New York l.enealoglcal and Hlographl
cal Society, meeting. ::. West Fifty
eighth stt'-et. .30 P M
Alliance Francalse of New York, lecture
bv M nrmiii Hoz, Di& West Fifty-fifth
street s -.in V. M
.Ww York Cntversltx Forum, address
b Ilcib.it Knox Smith. 6 P M
New Vork Hallroad Club, meeting. 19
West Thlrtx-nlnth street. P. M
Reunion of th alumni of the Massachu
setts Institute of Technology Plaia Hotel.
Tableaux vixnnt. representing char
nclpis from famous opptas und xxorks.
of Action were given last night In tile
ballroom of the Plana for Hip benefit
of the Lincoln Hospital and Home of
this city. Among the participant xxer
young people of society, who pocd'
under the dlipclloii of Miss KlUabcth
j Miss Mnrgaret Harris was thp Mor
ulana from "The Arabian Night.."
' and Mis Charlotte Dplaflclil was
Dl Vernon from "Itob Hoy " Ml.-n
Kmlly Coe posed as t.porge Kllot'a
Itomola and Mis Maude tl, Shepherd
wnsJLorna, from "Lorna Doone."
Another of the characters of fiction
xvas Miss Annie Cuddard, xvho wa.i
Diana, from "Dlnmi of the Crossxvays,"
nnd Mls Cornelia Gallatin xxas Laura
fiom "IVndennls " From "The Vicar'
of Wakefield" Miss F.llzabpth Powell
nnd Francis Murray posed us ullvla and
Squill- Thornhlll.nnd Miss Gladys Mum
ford xvas Nlcolete from "Aucassln anil
Nlcoletc." Mis Helen Lc Hoy Miller
and Malcolm Smith posed it Beatrix
and Henry Kmond from "Henry H
mond." and from "TUp old Curiosity
Shop" there xxere Miss Margaret Har-
I rls and John Wendpll as the M.ir-
cnionpss ami uick nxvivcne.r.
In th characters from thp oppras
there wpro .Miss Luclnda Hatoson a a
S'rrldn. Miss nstelle Crosby n Tnsvn,
Miss Hessle Hewitt as Ci'o Cm .Son;
Mrs. Harold Freeman as Aiiln, Miss
Hesslo Yoakum as Or.irJrmnnn, Ml?.,.
Agnes Landon as Cormrn, Miss Oorli
Hlssell as Scnfn, Miss Kllzabrth Fowler
as BruriiiMWr, and the Misses Max
Terry an Kdlth Hewitt us ;fj'i and
There xvas a croup from "La Holismc"
In which pnsod Mrs. Thomas Adamj,
.lohn Lee and Allen Lockp. while Ml.
David I'yle and HJorstrom Strtfanson
xxere the Marpiicrltr and I'nu.it Mr.
and Mrs. Candler Cobb posed as frM.
fan nnd Isolde tn the last of the
Among the patronesses xxere Mr.
David McAlpIn Pyle. Mrs. Latham It,
Keecl. Mrs. Armltacn Whitman, Mrs.
Thomas S. Adams, the Ml.p Kllzabeih
Duryen, Marlon Fell, (irrtrudc Schir
mer. Theresa- Incprsoll. Olivia Fell.
JIary Montgomery. .Nina Chlsliolm,
Catherine Hamersley and Dorothv Fow-ler.
'Last Days of Exhibition'
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
On Free View Daily 9 A. M. until 6 P. M.
SPECIAL EVENING VIEW
THIS FRIDAY FROM 8 UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
To b sold at Unrestricted Public Sale
In the Grand Ball Room of The Plaza
Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th St.
lAdaslsflaa card fa fx Bad fro af Ike managers.'
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Evenings of Next Week, Jan. 20, 2 1, 22 & 23,
beginning each evening at 8:15 o'clock.
The Highly Important Collection of
Emerson McMillin, Esq.
The Barbizon Painters
and their contemporaries
Corot (5), Troyon ). Daublfny (3), Duprc1 (4),
Diaz (2), Rousseau, Millet. Jnrque.
Courbet. Fromentin, Isabey, Van Msrcke (2)
Contemporary Foreign Artists
Moran, T. (4),
Eaton, C. W.
The American Painters
Wyanl (12), Minor (10), Homer Martin (4),
Wiggins (4), Murphy
Church.F.S. (3), Keith
Fuller, S. Grotl.
Chapman, J. L. Inness, Jr.
Williams, Simons, M.
(2), RU. Julian
(2). Ryder, C. F.
Daris. C. H.
FIIIK E. CAMPIELL
Jl W. 9.14
Early English and French Portraits
Romney, Grture, Rlcaud, Lawrence,
l.arglllif.e (2), Uly (3), Raoux, Van Loo,
and the work of many othtr Celebrated Artitt.i
The Sale wili be conducted by
MR. THOMAS B. KIRBY
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers,
4 and El 'W Mrrt, Mad!Mi ) nli. w Inrk,