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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1913.
CUBISTS MIGRATE; THOUSANDS MOURN (ioml-hy Sorrowfully to (lie "NihIp doing Down--.Inirs." SOI.P N.'KTTY WELL HEME H i he ( iiliii" find 200 Others ,j,,,,-il of To Chi cmo Next. -f77rN -&5tv MgLfl .r t' I ili. ' n'ri el Inn Nw York something to . i r-r ni'nrly 11 tumuli tho n il Inhibition of Modern Art, Art Show Riven under the tli we young progressive. . . n "t Anu-i'lcnti l-nlntiTi i .i..rH, closed hint night upon ,.. iit.itiH who unwillingly left in. "f tho "nude descending ,'rs' nlinw eecret not n few ' i.. hnv e eolvrd. n-i. rMitlvp CMtlmrtto placed the n im,,. T -t vtnltor.x yetterdny nt 10,000. I.e-.. 11 - .mil the attendance wns so Krrr t'i '. th. entrances were blocked urn! .i.i'-- so dllllcult that many ur. 'ii!' unignl from going in T" . u.iiiltt.-c in charge believe that f., x i ... .n s.nv the ehlhll. during Ho tin -'--v were on view. They were, ensr r imtlnR themselves Inst night ii nd mik'ng preparations for shipping the inaj r part of tho e.shlbltlon to ",.,-n where under the auspices of th. V' Infinite the Impatient Chi i.ic m re t'i liae an opportunity of me.i"rlng the.r appreciation of nd nn. I .in with that of New York. The rOr.b': n tin re will last from March 25 to Air. I ! Hrf..re the collection Is distend- it finally and n full report of sales and .'"Vers Is mndo public Hoston Is to have It chance to scoff or adore be tween M;i 1 and May In. Two Vindri-d and thirty-tlve of the p'.ctare bad been sold up to closing time Inst nuM. the sales being divided ahntr even'v between foreign and American workers. Practically all the plrTirej .n the Cubists room, about thlrtv. were sold, but the buyers have consented t their remaining In the col Iftion for the eilillcatlon of Chicago and (t.iMnn Many of the Imaglna t.ve Itedi.ns works were sold and IV Sepy.ic h watercolors. William (i.aeWen s "Karetrark" and five of Kd ird Kranur's landscapes were pur- i-hns,-.!. Many attempts were made to hiiy si. me of the examples of the Hng- I sh arust .luhn, whose pictures be Inr.jed to Mr. Quinn and were merely liai. i ti fin exhibition. There were many artists In the throng wl- Ii t..k a farewell view last night, and -., manv refused to take a serl r is . w nf the tii..t extr.me sthnols 'prs nted. a careful canvass by a UNION LEAGUE CLUB I HAS AN ART SHOW Mixed Assortment of Modern rnintlnrs Makes lTp the Current Exhibition. The t'tilon I.eaguo Club hns on view to members and Kin-sts an assortment of pie- tures brought together with no very con sistent put pose except to hold Otie of till club's monthly exhibitions. When Manet and Monet and 1'lssarro and Hlsley are grouped with Almit-Tadenm, t'ornoyer, William A. Collin, Charles C. Ctirran, ltob- ... I l..l...tw.tj. .....1 tl.... It la hard to tltid u common denominator upon which to place them for cotnparlsoti So it Is necessary to look at them In 1 little groups, or even singly at times, tlnco ; they do not often help one another In en- ' forcing In the spectator's mind any spn eitle set of Ideas or Impressions. Ilegiti. If you will, with the Frenchmen already J mentioned. The Manet Is one or his Pencil scenes nt Boulogne, a picture In which the simplification of smooth surfaces has gonii fm without sacrifice of variety or inter cut. Manet could put on his paint so mag ically that you feel tho susurius, or you imagine what you do, which is Just as good, in even a plain surface, the sllr and whisper of Its particles, the faintly per-eelu-d whirl of atoms, raising It from a lifeless tiling into momentary vitality. Here In this little Manet canvas It Is the latent energy, the yielding textures of the s.ind b.-ach, that play their pail In be guiling you. The Monet Is aglow with color, and tho two Slsleys and the l'lsarro aie of fa miliar nut. Fiench toi but remoto In style is the plctute of a young girl, by Pagiiati-Houveret, well studied and not without beauty of pigment I'li-ht-h, again, and according well with the Impressionist artists first mentioned. Is a (Uoiges d'l's pagnat, colorful and with charm. I-Mounrd lvtallle's "lli.'icksmlth" Is unrelated to aught else here and It suffers correspond ingly. As Interesting as any group in the room Is the set of four smiUI bull fighting sub- 4. ...... I M... ulti.'.. ..,1tf.,tl, I.i n..t-u- I nieiit and agreeable In color, the kind of color to be exp.s'ted In work carrying on the Spanish tradition. Among the Ami rlimn pictures Is n Has snm of Mount Desert that repays inspec tion, a graceful i.'iirran, a typical Hen I'oster. droll's large "llnchaiited Mesa," n sea piece of Kmll ('arisen, Chairman Van lioskerck's "Th Freshet" and an ex cellent Vonnoh, dated 1S12, a funtasy In blue and jellow. "Only a Week Morel" YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. Inst One uf 1'lfleelltll Senson lle utti'il in lllsiiir of llie linnet. r i. i'-. r sh..wed that nunt nf them 1 n" "mphoiiy concerts for young people warm ,n th. ir approval of the I c'"".". ' cone us',,,, vesterdaj ,.ft.rii..on ,. . , ., ,,, . . ,, iat Carnegie Hall This enterta ntnetit lorn with whiili the association , r,ln.., ,h .,., k...,n , ,., t'llown ..pin the exhibit to every- Uomerts. which him quite outgiown tit tr . .Ml originui plan nno iiropottlons. They liave not departed from the plan, but have permitted It to indulge In a mutual expansion. In the beKliiiiing the purpose was to glvfl oung hearers an ulemi nlar , aequalntatiee with the principles of mu I sieal design as Illustrated m mne of the Works uf tile best ci.tlltusets Hut at American opinion. present the ptngramtii. s nr.. u ranged so PALM BEACH GAYETY KEEPS UP TO THE END : 'g whlih was regarded by the artist h n - f .is art. ' rue Mellows, prominent among the r i presented, expressed his own ...1 that of his fellows in re t the Cubist school, which I m..st discussion. . i, i. mbl Mnson fiivesi n Klonil I. unfile. hi nnil the Vriirht! n Dinner Pnrty. ARTISTS BUY RINGS. Dllrtllllltl Suit flllt III I'orct- lit -To i i.i Vim i ii.t:: llrnke The S. N" man. "the 'Ctihni' as to kI historh al Instnut.on and t.. i laying bare a principle uf open up t. the audiences sumeti.iug of the .- which is contained within deim. utlw powers of imum. and its origin I'ai.m Dkai'H, Flu. March if. Another g.i S.itui.l.iv night tin., little suggestion that a. coiling to pre. edent and the ti... n dur tlK m im'O st.nu'.l I. wun.ng 'lli.-ie wi it. usual i.iund t.l dmats at the club. tii!Ke Hotting ill the Fulm loom, i to Mr. Clink for i2' The second lot of rings in the Drake collection, now selling at the American Art Association, brought better prices than those disposed of cm Frt.la. Tho top figure. J 17". was paid bv Mr Smathets for one of the finest of Mr. Drake's specimens, the massive gold IMrthian ring of tho third or fourth century A. p.. that was found in the ruins of Cteslphon A heavy gold ring set with an oblong Im perial grten Jade sold to tJuill-Jones for Ssr. A Tartar gold ring with oval shield soM to Mr Mautnelster for J' and a frock gold ting with n piece of antique glass enclosed by a pierced setting went rks of art which have gone 'In tb. fulk tun.s of peoples a nr.'' lecterdays programme was devoted to the dance The first part of the cute ert '. ring 'measure.' both of form consisted of orchestral numbers, all dan. ca n d by realizing the intimacy from op.ras and sult.. together with ..tie m isie, as 'measured sound' and r two marches Among others was Jo- I form as 'measured sight.' " he hann Strauss s "Hoses fn.ni the South." M,.v have arrived on the "" v ,h'""" r"1v',,lnK waltzes which i i . ik, . i,.,i.. , .ii., ,he iennee m.iirli !.iu made from his I .f possible technical .lis- op,.rPtta! The second pal t wa In eff. et II may nr may urn in- lirn Hn ,1 llslnile. iklnrv of III.. a,..,... f...... the sixienth ct ntuty to the pres.nt, ar ranged b Oscar Duryca. rhere wire a minuet, n quadrille, the lancers and the Virginia reel, as well as the schottlsche. the lloston, the galop and ttie polka. ro attempt was made to ! absolute!) contempotaueouH bv Introduc ing the turkey trot or the bunny hug These were left to the elders to learn and practise elsewhere. After the per formance of the Strauss waltz there was such n hurts of enthusiasm that Walter Damroscli, the conductor, addressed the audience He said that it was his fond hone that the people of the oung generation, whom he saw before him. would return lo the , custom of dancing to such beautiful music. full of poetry, grace and the springtime of i life, and abandon tho awkward and silly I dances so much In vogue to-day. This ' speech evoked almost hh much cnthusl- i asm as the waltz. ti iy or may not be valuable, ilou-y between sound, color s rv close. I know from i!y that t Iipm three scem-,-' objective sensations may - ,n d and used on the same har-ir-.t.ple. The Cubists Interest n tSe'e considerations. For 1 " r st nf us there Is much to ti i tin 'Ion. however, is not ac t K.nvnn Cox. artist and 1 u 'sposed "f the futurists n this sumtnar fashion. t i . s ire to Hnd out sooner . sild, "that any ono can i a ll as any ono else, and j. : i finds that out It will be . n l of tliis movement." Kuk. another artist of not s. In .ul, was Inclined to take l .ig as a Joko. "Tho move ii'. beyond me." he said I don't understand It I 'i. .'ust trying to fool us." ii r. the well known portrait ..lit that some good might t. tig public tasto out of a w . ntliusiastic in his praise t t'v i hlbits. "Alout two r .u-h ' l.e i-ald. "don't appear Mid I understand that two ..,.- are now In insane i France. For tho most part . ing artists nro striving SMini'hlng original and Hn I 'icing rather lazy are look- lu.k way to fame without ..nnnh said ho believed that :. ii had been of great value tl art publlrt a new point of . ul.lsl and the futurist de . " lr attltudo Is nnarchy," must have ncllvlty, cn f n In my opinion the mls- ii . . is in thinking they can i i hild. It is physically lor i grownup to do so tin i "i n mi a desert Island, ii must crei ii In." . r S. irs wished It distinctly I n he was not of tho new i' i .L'bt all Its followers were, .1 tn.it it wan hardly fair to ' tin m i. some lino things in the - .id "'in til rte rtnlnnient nt Mrs. Holt's '. ' benefit of the Iiitercolleglnte ' ' ' eupatlons for Women there i on the afternoon of .Man h lie of Mrs. I.. Knmiett Holt, I M1, -fifth s'reet, under the 'I New York branch of the ; louuie Assoi latlun. a tea vaudeville and nt adill I I mis, spi Ing Mowers and 'I'., kets at fill cents oin h .ed from Miss IJorotliy -t Seventieth street, or nt win.1 i hair ruling m tin moon light nloi.- tl..- lake flunt and piazza piom. nailing Mis Heorge lirant M.i.-un was hostess at a I'olul Un.cl.eim .,. the Hlue loom at the Hieahers. Iler g'ltnts were Mine, liol.ert Dun Doug'ass. Claries 1 Cragln, A.oi.zo Morgan Zabiiskie. John Hays t'uptrtoii. F. Steri. Artiiiir C. Nevelle. I i.i r, I'ouU. De I. is V I. 1111,. mi it nil the M.ses 1'i.iistan.t l.ols ison, Lm la Temple, .lullu Temple u ml Maijuite Klmtmll Miss Klmliall, whom Mis Muson I. as I'en hupe riming heri'. has Just returned from a trip from Havana, which she made with Kuheit (ilendentilng Mrs James bought a dtetk ring of gold with setting of caboclion amethyst for :. .Mr. Sniathers paid !.'2 a) for Ja anise roal finger ting and !10 for a modern ring with a setting of an I It rug can gold coin The rings of this collection were nil on a high lex el artistically, and artists and rmida uii.'iiaiiii wer. out in lurce vmoug tnosu win, made pun hase were Will Hradle.v. Krtlest I'elxotto. Mrs. Samuel Swift. Irving P Wiles. It H Hunt. Miss .Minnie Lewis. K. (ishltna. Mrs .1. W I Vale and American Art Galleries Madison Square South, New York ON FREE VIEW, 9 A. H. TO 6 P. M. (S)JNDAY EXCEPTED) Unrestricted Public Sale Tuesday Evening of This Week at 8:15 o'clock. In the Grand Ball Room of The Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Stveet. (Admission by curd to bo hnd free of tho tnnnagorn) The Private Collection of Mr. George G. Benjamin President of Tho American Art Annual, Incorporated. Old and Modern Paintings by American and Foreign Artists Including Important Examples by Gallalt, Racburn, MorlanJ, Cotes, Tcrbcrch, Michel, Pabritlus, Wilson, Bonlnjjton, Lc Nnln, West, B. Jncquc. And Cabinet Size Pictures by Blommers, Decamps, Mudrazo, Micris, Robinson, T. Wcvl, Boujthton, Dupre, J. Martin. Homer Nccr, Van dcr Roclofs, W. Williams, P. B. Chose, Inness, Murphy Pclouse, Thayer, A. H. Zlcm, Cromtt Maris, J. Minor, Peppercorn. Tiffany, L. C. Vcyrajsat. Illustrated Catalogue mailed on receipt of One Dollar. The Sale will be conducted by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRBY, of THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers 4 and II lUst 23d Street, Madlton Nqosre Bomth, Nw Tork. WILLIAM H. WHITE. 'llnrU Whirl., Knnnn lift tht Aiillnir 1 llMlliirrord." lirrtl ''nllt Vttpntrh In Tits in Lonpun. Murrh 15. Willliitn Hate White, latoly As.ltnt Diri'otor nf t'tm tmctB t,f tin- Admiralty, widely known ni u writer utidir the pseudonym Murk Kutherford, died tn-day nt IiIh enuntry rexldence In Kent. He wuk St ears did. Some of his works are "Tho Auto liloKrajiliy of Mark Itutherford," "Mark Hutlierfurd'K Deliverance," "Silnoia's llthlc," ".S,lno7a'n l'memlntion nf the Intellect." "Clara lloKKid" and 'An 12x amlnntlon of the CliarKu of Apo.itiiMy Afiitltixt WordHuoith." Chnrlr ltnrll l.tnr er tl. Cauiwki.l, N. J., Mim'h t. Charier Ituell lacraft. 1 years old. for many jears n'lilor member of Loaycraft & Co. an export commltlon house In tPearl strtet. New York, dltil nf angina pectorl" last nlKht ut his home, Ulrkendene. In the hint few year Mr. Leacraft had devot' d only a part of Ills time to artlv tui'lnrMi lit .is the son of Jeienuah I.eavn.ift founder of I.e.ii-ruft is Co. In 1S0 I,, tn.irrled Mary beontlne Hooevelt, a t'liusln of Theodore Itooevidt. Mr. I.e.i cr.ift l survived hy his wife, two daugh ter. Mr. Joe Camprubl of ltuenos Ayrtf. Arirentlne Itepuhllc, and Mini Marjoilt l.e.tycraft. and hy three sons, Reginald Ronsevilt, Charles Russell. Jr., and Harold l.utrnhe Mrs. Leaycraft and Mlsn Lea - craft .ire on their way home from Hpr- The total for the session amounted to Ji.vl3. inaklni; the Krund total for tlie Irake collection to tl.ito fl'i.TII. The sale will coticliide on Mnnd.iv afternoon WEDDINGS. i)ii ,,. I.'aht mAK'iK, N. J.. M.itrli 1.". In the MAE EE DRESSLER RESTRAINED. Liralit flu I, (' I it I at St, le Itlulit to I'm- "All lnr (iunihol." The I.atnhs f'luli cot an injunction es tcrday from Supii-me t'oiirt Justice 'lle- Kerlrli reRtialnlni; Murle Dressier fnun usliiK the name. "Marie I 'rci-sler's All Star Gambol" as the mini" of the thf.itrlcal production in which she Is now appeai-inn at the Weber I'lelds Theatte The paperH said that til" I.atnlis Club has thu Hole rlKht to the use of the wonts "All .Star Oamhol." The club will nsk Justice Davis to-morrow to continue th" Injunction. Mis. Nevllie Mr and Mis Henrv Dlisiton start' d for St Aunuii'iif last nlsh: on the same train Mis .1 i-enh Wldener departed foi Aiken Mr. und Mm l'.d.n I ('..zl.r of I'lv.li di phla, wh- 1' ft a f i w days alto after niuch t ntei tiitiii.tf, art at Tltomasv ille and will letuitl wholtly to tin Some t.ltot. fish-In.-. Tho have ih.i'tti "i a boat at Fort Mei .ui.l uill alkt, vSit th. lMna Kev amp. The Cio.tets will liave i:utn ArlitiKton Avt-nu- l'resbyterl in Church l!.,t."rt. with them Jacl; and Inward this ewninir Mhts Anna II. nils cx. Ilr.idley will Hpend a futtnUht at thu diuehter nf Mr and Mrs Justice Cox of c.unp nftei next week. , Tl North Walnut street, was mart led to . Mts. J. Howard U'rlpht has been re- H.iyard !.l, son of S. lt.iyard I'o.l of ci lvlnu lilrthdi) presents from friends. South (iranue, tlie pastor, the Rev. Robert .1 lniuliir Wrlflit. her son, issive her a Rusfell Whks, offlcl.itinK Tin bride was diimond set hiacelet and ave- a dinner 'lven In iimrrl.iv.- b her father and as j. trty Just for his father and mother. A attended by her sister. Mln Tiam-es Co. I.n hunch of bride's roses, one for nery as maid of honor. The hildesmilds w, re . ir, occupied the centre table. .Miss Josephine Co. another sister Miss, Dunbar Wnuht with all his social in Kazi menu b.is found time to lln'sh Iw.i.lv c.inv.isi.s all landsi-itpis Two how- Henrv. M ri.tal.-rs place, Wluf-nall. I an. I the -.aiil.-ns THE WEEK AT THE PRINCESS. I'rniirniiiinr Includes Pmir I'lnjs nt Thrntrr Jimt Openrtl, The prnKramme which was presented successfully on Kilday nlcht at I ho Prin cess Theatre will be continued for the present. The excessive smoke which filled the nuilltorlum nt the end of the dress reheursal of "Any NlKht." which closed the pet formnnre. w.ih the result of an accident to one nf the pipes, and win not repented on Friday The pronnunnie will thin week presi nt "Tlie Switchboard." "Fear." "Fancy Fi i e" and "Any NlKht." S0K0L0W WARMLY GREETED. I. IIIH, llebretvs I beer Advocate of lletli' ftir .Irvts, Na'ium SuKolow. nutlior, Journalist, piiblnlsi. llniru st mi. I Zionist, was nr el.il in Caini-i'le Hull bv l.i' iii f.vlld4y i licerltu; corelicionl.sts last irulu . They elli'd, they upplauded .'iii.l waved liundreds of blue bnried .loll II.IKs. IteeplnR Up' the Acta I'.isch.ill of l'hll,l(..)ilil,i. her cousin. Miss Pe.iiy llb-Miev of l'.oevllle aid Miss Cary I.tidwlu of ll.ist Draime Miss AHe. Dashlell of Newark was tlowir rflrl. Col. Austen Colcite of fiiimu.. v.i b st man. The uh'is 'vi-re F. Moirls Cx. bnitliei of the In Id-- ll.irr.v Wall of Smith iran-re, ., cousin of the br'd'-iroom , Maiden Mar tin of (lien Ridi,. and ileoike i:iniore of Hast orantre. A reception nt the home nf the bride's parents followed WILLS AND APPRAISALS. IIENRV DEXTEIi. An actouiitluK in the evtalo of Henry Dexter, mi" of the found ers of tin, Ameilcan Niws Compinv, shows that tliu principal of th" istate whs $1,383,227, which has Inci eased to l,(Kt,647. Thu eM-cutnrs have paid fl. 401, 2CH to lrKiitees, leaviliK a lialatnn In the ,rlnrlp.il of 113,'Jll. Thr Income his b.-.-1 1 IDI,t:t7 and payments fioin thu In-i-oilie have reduced It to T 1 ort.aT Iln.s'iiv IlAfMiiAiiT, vvlio illid on Man-h O l.,rt Vila nntlir. estlllf. to 1,1s I 111, 111 Ulllth. I. i .s'- Tln-ie will be also wn)(, h)u Wf(i MlH i;Va HnuniKurt. who Is bis cousin, and was married to htm re cently. Kets only her dower Interest In his real estate. Proceed Iiik-i weto Instituted tecently lo huvu n commltten appointed for IlauniKart's estalo on tho -eroutid thut he was leehlt, minded and inlnht tliansfor all hW property to Ids wife. In Mil t,t ,, Mcoiorlfil Kiintl. I ' Bbsh. Iilsh nnd Scottish i- Riven ,y the Misses -. ..i ., I'jnthin Fuller nt i. Club. 10k Hast Thlr ' 1 'hi ' mlit of March SU, in S- -.tt Memorial Fund Tho eds will bo added to tho Lord May s' s ind in London. I'nr It. C. Insllliitr for the llllntl. A meetlnc of tin- sewliiK class that works for the Catholic Institute for tho Hllnd wns held yesterday at tin, houso of Mrs. l-Mward U. Hawkn, Jr., 25 West Sixty-ninth atrMt. Tho Rov. Knthor Rasll W. Maturln of England made -an address. Jcstlno und would further their cfturtu. le-lv ItiMiry H,irUle ST.vvroiin, Conn. March IS MIsh Mar liaret .Steiiltu; llarkley. daiiRhter of Mr. and Mrs Wallace D llarkley of P.1 South s'tett. was married to-dny In the I'n she- din for altnost live minutes. They only terlnn Church to Arthur I'nrkir M.'Klnstrv stoppi-d when the famous stud' nt of i of New- Votk Th" Rev. Dr David C, .linl.ilsm. nfK'1' I. peateil hows, siniiinnly Wvllf of New V.nk cltv pi-iformed the waved his hand. I'eremony, assisted by the Rev. Dr. 11. A Mr. Sok.,lw. who Is descended from a ' J"',n-"'' r'"lr ''' MB line of robbis nnd Hebrew , , o,Urs ' J, v .ul,, nnd who l looked upon In l-,nrop, us n ,,,,, ftpp MlH, ,,.,,. ,, MlMS le.ulei-of Jewish tin, UKlll. is totltlm; this M,n Tlilll. rot New Votk, Miss Mar-t-iiiitilry nilvociillni; u ni iv nallon for tlu Jorle H elements. Miss Madeleine II. Jew in I'.ilesllne where tlm toiiKile , Smith. Miss llll, , n Malloy and MNs : Mabel Dr. Mill-Mini Clnrenrr Cnrrnl. Dr IMvvard Clarence Cnrrnl, for whom flint nil services will he held to-day tit ins bile home, -ifiii Haithtreet. Urooklyn, was for more than thirty years rtiKiiKed In ibtitlstry In the lluhwlck set Hon He was Lorn m Providence, R I. In 1151 nnd was tlie son of n sea captain whose ancestots ratne to America in the May flower Ills maternal creat-Krandfatlier was a soldier In the Revolutionary war In early life Dr Carrol was In the I'nlted States army and at tlie time of Ids deatli he belntmcd to Metropolitan (arrlson of the Army and Navy I'nion He was also a member of Ivy I.odtre. 1 o. o 1" , Fidelity Uneampment, I llll criive Lodce, F and A M , and the KnlKhts of Pythias. A son and daUKliter Mitvlve him S-SW l-sSIIH'S--S-tl Exhibitions and Sales Mrs. rttnrlotlr C. Kllborne. ottANiiB, N. J, Marih 15. Mts. Char lotte Cushni.in Kllborne. tlie wife of Al lerton Kllliorne of the ilrm of A. W Kil borne A Co.. brokers of 40 Wall Mrt et dbsl siiddetil at her home. 47 1 Hull stiei-t. this moinlni Sin- wns liorn at Coopeis town, N. Y.. and was mart led at Llewellyn Patk. N. J. forty yeats aio. She was pi .Hutu. -nt in Ks-ul oharitles and In the I'list Presb terlan Chinch of (ir,ini;. wheie her luisiiaiiil Is .in elib-i She leaves one son. Robert S Kllborne. and two dauBliters. Misses Helen and Maiv Alleiton Kills. i lie. ami Ideal of Judaism nm bo perpet uated. Already the Jewish pnptilntlun in the i-olonli s of P.ihKtlno nitmli-is intt.oou. Addl esses nf weli-oini' weio mado by Dr. Solomon Selu-i-liter, proHldent nf Hie levvl.-li Tlieolonii iil Seminary nf America, who piesldeil. und bv the Rev. Drn. Siimiiel Siliiiltiinu. Israel I'rleillnndei and II. Miih1IiiiisIv Hen- Sokolow was tlie hmt spenlter, nnd lie seenn d deeply Impressed by thu leci-ptloii m-i'i, riled lilin. SpenkliiK In l'tih'llsli lie plctuted the prospecta nf the new Zlon In modern I'nlestliie, nnd Fiild that In i-iiliiulzInK It the lenders wue tuMm? Ameika as their pnttetn. He spoke of Hie pi . sent pollticnl nit -nation In Turkcv and (letlnred that the Turks were niaklnir u noble eifort to eradlcile iibsolele lealiiteH of llnlr po lltli'al life when the H.ilkun war Mnrlril. Althnmrli brilliant and Intrepid IlKhtrrs, thn Turks, ho wild, have lost territory becnuso they nro not folonlzcrs. He lidded: "Thu only nntlon that not only reveres Palestine but is willliiK t.i build It up and has demonstrated Us capacity for f-oif.sncrllUi' and tenacity in levlvliiE P.ilesllno Is the Jewish nation." lie, said the Turka wero nympnthetlo wltnvjio movement or tun jpwh in I'ai- I. Johnsiin ,,f Stamford. The lust man was (JenrKe lloberts of New York city, and the iishein were tl. niton Parke, l liny ui.. ml Nojes, I '.i nest It. Tracev. Wallirldce S. Tuft of Nt w Yoik. Mauilce It. Ilely Hiitehlnson of Uuidnn. RiiKlainl, and Wllllum D Hint of Stamford. In New York Tu.ilii-.. I.ei-ture on "Roland's Meals." by tin, Rev T .1 Shenly, Cainecle Hall, S P. M. Address bv Dr Fdwriid T. Devlne on "The Abolition of Poverty," Church of tho Ascension PubUe Forum, 12 West Rlcvcnth street, !t P. M Lecture on "Thn Pliyslncrnis," by Will iam J. Hle.-li. Manhattan Kliutlo Tax. Club, 47 West Fotty. second street, nvo nlnc Anarchist l-'oi-uni, Unriy Kelly on "I'vcnls of tlie D,i.v." Lenox Casino. Pertoriiiaii.e of "Robert lliiunet" by senior class of All .Saints' Si-liool, nt Parish Hall. U'lHIi stieet nnd .Madison uveiine, nl n P. M Lecture by Henry It. Rose on "Thn Passion Play." West Ride Y. M C. A, at 4 P. M. Address by Dr. Thomas C. Hall on "Democriiey, Freedom mid Kociallsm," Cooper I'nion, t'P. M. Slereoptlcon views and lecture for chil dren only by John Treudwell Nieliol on "The liirdH of Manhattan," Washington UolKhtH llaptlst Churcli. I M Mass meeting under auspices nf Fed eration of Oriental Jows of America nt 184 Eldrldge street, at C P. M. Mrs. Knllinrlnr M. MnttlnKr. Mis. K'atharlne M. MuttlaRe. widow of Charles F MattlaKO. a merchant nnd blinker of lloboken. died yesterdnv at her lioini. 111 lludoti street, lltiboln n. of a comidlcatloii nf diseases. Her hus band died n week ngir Mrs. MattlaKe was ,', jeatH old Shu was horn in iler ni. ui. eomliiK to this counlr.v more than tift.v jears nito She Is survived by n son, Charles Henry Mnttlng-e, nnd live Rtiind iliil.lt ti, Col. Arilitlil I". I.elll-h. Tai'omv, Wash. March 15 Col At nold F. I.eltch, 711 years, promote.l to Ctipt.illiry for bravi ry at Hull Run, fell di .i.i of apoplexy In his store at Waler vllle. He was raised In Connectlout, spent nineteen years In the service of the Interior Dep.irtmint and leslKtitd at Spnknne when oidered to serve under Isiuls R. Cll.ivlr at Poitlnnd. A KranddauKliter, Mrs Cirrle C.ivllle, at Putnam, Conn., Is bellivrd lo be the only hell to his estate. iiioh llnlhrnok, Roston, Match 15. Amos llnlhrook, 77 .veins, died at his home In Lnn Inst lit K lit . In l.Si'1 and 1M12 when employed 111 the Wutertown Arsenal be Invented a machine that pioduced 37H shells In ten linui. which took the plac of a machlni! that produced only 100 shells III the same, it until of time. r.llmilielli S. Clark. Ill7.ubcth S. Clark, widow or Frederick II. Clark, ill-. I last ulKht at her lioiiie, 30 West Seventy-fourth street, after a llnitetlriK Illness. Sim was S6 years old. She leaves three houa, Fiederlck H., Henry A. nnd Charles W. Chirk. 1tr. firorup W. Knilem. Yoiik, Pn., Marcli 15, Mrs. Oeorce W F.tideri-, wife nf tlie Rev Dr O. W linders nf Christ Lutheran Chinch, died to-day. Dr. I-'nders was formerly ptealdcnt of thn Susquehanna University and ot tho Gen eral Lutheran Synod. The Anderson Galleries Mailivon Avenue t Fortieth St. Rare Books and Autographs from the libraries of Mrs. May C. Smith of New York and the late . Edwin Davis French, the famous American engraver. Books of Hours, Books in Fine Bindings, Books with colored plates, First editions of Boswell, Burns, Defoe, Dickens, the Federalist, Fitz gerald, Goldsmith, Gray, Johnson, Poe and others, with many choice sets of standard works. To be sold Monday afternoon nnd evening, March 17th, and on the afternoons of the four following days six ses sions in all. Decorative Prints from the col lection of William M. Allison of Brooklyn. All in choice Proof States. Fine examples of the work of Edwards, Wilson. Fitton, Hnig, Sadler, Appleton, Webb, Green head and others. Etchings in colors by Fonce, Lorrain, Trow bridge nnd others. On Public Ex hibition from Saturday, March 15th, to the unrestricted Sale Wednes day Evening, March 19th. The Library of a Western Col lector. The Books include collec tions of sets of eminent authors: First Editions of Byron, Clemens and Lung, nnd rare Americana. The Autogroplis include fine letters from eminent English und Ameri can authors and public men. To be sold Monday Afternoon and Evening nnd Tuesday afternoon, Murch 24th and 25th. Sporting Books and Books with Colored plates collected by the late DjvkI Thomson of New York, in cluding the most nearly complete collection of portraits of celebrated racehorses ever offered by auction. To be sold Tuesday evening, March 25th. A Collection of Paintings by English, Dutch and French artists, the property of Edward A. Hawkins of New York, nnd a collection of Paintings by contemporary Ameri can artists, the property of William M. Allison of Brooklyn. Important examples of the work of famous artists. Now on Public Exhibition. To be sold on the evenings of Thursday and Friday, Mar. 27th nnd 28th. Rare Americana relating to the American Indians. Being Part III. of the collection formed by Wilberforcc Eames of the New York Public Library. To be sold ' Monday and Tuesday afternoons, March 31st and April 1st. Other Imptrtant antouncemsnti liter Exhibitions Mornings and afternoons Sales ire held it 2.30 and 8.15 o'clock Catalogues mailed free on application The Anderson Galleries telephone Murrav lllll Wo Si-w Turk ART imswi(iitilGswmar Tomorrow Afternoon ot 2:30 Concluding Session of The Drake Collections The Hie will b condictwt by I MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY, ilitd by Mr. Uernet. of th American Art Association, Huagtrs I 4 and 6 KH 23d St.. llidlton Sq. So. DIED. I1ECKETT. On Friday, March 14, at hor : rf-sMi-nrt. 243 Ilroadway. Ellxabath I Ann Ufckott. -widow of the Rev Utorcr tlrckfll, D. O. I Funeral services at Rt. Anne's Ohnpcl, t Nlnety-secsind atreet, noiw "olum ' hus avenue, Monday. March 17. at lliSO. Interment at KeneU-o c'emeiery I'l.AHK. At her residence. 30 Wen Stventj fourth etreet, Ne Vurk city on .Satur day, March IS, ISIS. Ullzaueth mebulni (Murk, widow of Frederick Hamilton ! Clark, mother of Frederick II., Henry A. and Charles W. Clark, In the eighty-sixth , year of her una. Funeral notice hereafter. UVTI.NOi:. On Friday, March 14, Elfiabeth yeabury Evtlnte, widow of Charlei ICytlnne. In her 3d ear. 1 Funeral servlcea at her late reeldence, (7 ' Itlverstde Drive, on Sunday afternoon, at I 3 o'clock. ' HiirsTON. At Klnderhook. N. V., on Frl- day. March 14, Helen Mlddleton. widow of James Huchanan Houston, In her seventy-second year. Funeral prlvute. Washington paperi I pleaee copy. ' KUENUY On Thursday, March 13, HIS. Seth L. Keeney, In hla S2d year. . Funeral services March H. at 2:30 o'clock 1 l M. at hl lata resident. 521 Cltr- niont avenue, Brooklyn. 1 KlI.HOItNE Charlotte Cushtnan, lfa nf Allertou W. Kllborne, suddenly, of apu. i pleiy. on Saturday, March 16. Funeral services at 3 r. M, Tueaday at her Ute residence, 47 HlfQ atraat. Orange, N. J. NKII..SON. At New Rrtiniwlck. N. J., on Friday. March 14. Helena, widow of John ' Coles Nellsoi, and daughter of Dr John Nellson of New York. In tha ninety-third ear of her age. Itelatlven and friends are reepectfully In- I vlted to attend the funeral at Christ Church. New Rrunewlck, on Tueeday, March 1. at 3 o'clock. STEVENS. Albert f . aged 0 Funeral from THE FUNEItAI- OHl'ItCH," 241-343 I West Twent) -third street (Frank Camp- (ell Tlldg.i Time hereafter. Automobile corteue. Vol'NO On March H. Infant daughtar of Unreality t'ronkhlte and Edward aam- hie VounK- In Memorlam. MY STOCK OF SARDINES are Imported from I'ranrr. I'ortUjtiil. Spain anil .Nniwiiy. all nf the ln-t unsllti I dn i se u; ln.orcr inuilltles. Callanan's Maitarliic and prlie list inall. it mi rrnui'H I.. ,1. Vl.L. VVN. 41 A 4X f M. I HEY In loving remembrance of Harriet ! Oreennian. widow of I'eter Dey. who de parted this Ufa at Fort Hunter, New York, on March Is. 110, In the eighty flrit yur of her age. M L.U--- ..I UNDKBTAKKRa. i ii a p n anarrv wan AmDULAnUCO Urrw; HiRk, srk, convalrarrnia Carried. Kate an. 00 anl lO.OOIa Uanhatlan and HO ranti Mile Outaldo. FRANK E. CAMPBELL, JOHNS SALE REALIZES $23,511. .1111 fur ft't if t'lmlra Ural I'rliT of l.aat l)n. .. hp! of r-ilit Italian i-halrx in oarvml oak, upholm-ifil in Kroi'ii ami pink vi-lvrt, brought tin- hlKhc-st prlro at yont'nl.iy'.s si-sslon of tho sain "f Jtrs. .Intins'H colla tion at tho Amlemon auction ronnis, Bull ing In Mr- Alr-ouk for J220. J. Stark was ono of the lamest buyers, puri'liasliiK an o.ik side chair with seat Hnil baek nf Kiei-n limcaile fur Ki(i, a Kiitln vvmnl iMblni't nf Adams demsii far 11 CD, a iltawltiK room ivvblnet In I.nuli XV. Htvle for 160 and u muhoKany lile twaril with awi-ll front ami fluteil i-olumns '"'ihivvles hotiBht a Innn oak hall table for r". a malmsany Chlpprinl.ili' diesi ItH table for 115". tvo mil row of Adams dt'lcn for J'60 11 M""11 'l''t of drawers for t5T I. K Kalr puivhased n Kii-niii urnuii In brnnze fur Jltr, and Mr Uampler an Umpire clock for 16r. The ormolu and porcelain candelabra und centrepiece that had once belonged to INFORMATION WANTKH. lames Kelletl Information ttanwu. IF JAMt'.S hKI.MM'r. vvho waa last hearn from In i:ili-nvllle. x .. In law, and waa formerly a resident of Moburn. Mass, will a.idrrta the nnderstined bo "111 learn something lo tW ad. vantage. Any pcraon knowing the rrttant uhereabout sf ald James hellett. If a-'jic. or If dead, when and where he dli-d, will confer a favor by writing to lUIWAItll JOHNSON, hoi 133, Wobura. Man. I'F.UBONALS. ADDHESSKS dealred of all who have taken Pulmonol for lironchltls. Debility or Tuberculosli fur the purpose of Imnedlate public demontr tlon. AiidreM IJIt. PAYNK, lii Washington Urooklyn. REI.I(lIOl.'M NOTICF.S. MnlrltualUti Temple, 1S Kaat 27th. Hunday, ill llr. Hrhlrusnrr'a subject; Spiritual He&llnr'tol lowed hy (plrlt commuulratlonn. Thuraday. Mestagrs: Satunlaya, Kxperlonce meeting. the Empri-w Kuginle and that waa pur chased by Mr. Johns In the lain of Wlaht aald to n. Fish for Iflo. 'llio same buyer I -rot a metal vase, with otmolu mounting . for e7". A, (' Zabrlsklo purchased a I matiiuetry desk for Tho total for the afternoon wan ,432, making l?J,6U.76 for the otitis aale com- (lldtA I