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THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
4v ENJOY GAY WEEK END AT HOT SPRINGS, YA. More Than a Hundred Visitors of Former Yearn Hve ArriTed. ANNUAL HUNT EVENT SOON Point to Point Contest, Part in Jackson River, Will Be Feature. Hot Spbincis, Vs., Sept. 20. Dinner parties at tha Homestead Hotel at Kesse- fern Farm and the Daniel Boone lot: ) cabin, with the uaual Saturday night , dance and cabaret entertainment at the ! Hnmeatead, made the week end a cay MM at Mot Springs. More than a hun- ; Hid vlaltora who have helped make the ! fall colony a brilliant one here In past , yearn have arrived In the laM two daya. Mine Katherlnc Fay gave a dinner at the llomeeteail last night, having among lirr sucst Mrs. Seth Harton French, Mlaa Olartys Inn, ills and Mlaa Julia Bobbins. ; .Magistrate ivter T. Uarlow. H. C, Kmmet. ; .lr, and W, Harton French. pairs, and Mlaa Ali-sander Katertala Mr. II. M. Alexander and Mlaa Helen C Alexander entertained at luncheon at niaWfeni Fiirm to-day for Mlaa Suaanne Cnrroll. Mlaa Marian leutz and William T. ami II. r, Kldrldge. Mr and Mrs Kobert H. Foote of Mor MstOWlt alao gave a luncheon at the farm for Mm. Alexander H. Tiers. Gilbert Prut and lr Frederick N. Wilson. Mi and Mrs. Wella motored over for luncheon with their party ; Mr. and Mrs. r.ingham rode over on horseback ; Mr. and Mrs. cjeorgc 8. Frank and Mlaa Alice Frank were there and Mr. and Mra. Jamea L. Morgan took luncheon at the farm house. Arrivals at the Hoineatead during the last (no days include Mr. and Mra. 8tuy vetMut Fish. Mrs. Frederick Kdy. Mr. and Mis. John Scott Hrownlng, Mr. and Mra. .Toll n 8. Tanner. Mlaa Tanner, Mlaa H. v im-iit.. Jamea 8. Abele, 8. M. Merrlhew. ft, llohnlns Walker. II. C. Haakina and M. O. I'rxtcr of New York, Dr. and Mra. Alexander W. Middle and Mlaa Katherina Riddle of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mra. J. Thaw of Pittsburg. Mr. and Mra. Francis Henry Appleton, Jr.. and Mr. and Mra. M. U Cobb of noaton, Mr and Mra. Odell Piiuth of Washington. Mrs. C H. Hanihle don and Miss Crawford of Baltimore, who came by motor. Meet of Kaeeefera float t la. The second annual race meet of the Faaaefern Hunt Club will take plate on October II at Kaaaefern Farm. Interest promlaaa to be keen, as there is to be no horse show this fall at White Sulphur Springe. This section of Virginia has many blooded aaddle and racing horses, and the list of exhibitors. It is expert ?d. will be large. Tbe programme, which will he run off on the new turf track, will include a point t point race of two miles, part of which will He through the Jackson River, and hurdle and jumping races, besides the judging of addle and harness horses. There will be twelve contests. Luncheon will be served at Paeeefern Farm House, and many drag nd tallyho parties are being arranged among vlaltora at the Hoineatead Officers of the Hunt Club include Robert Waller. Archibald M. McCrae. M. K Ingatls, Jr.. and Clendenning J. Ryan of New York. Race meet week, during w hich the annual fall golf and tennis tournaments will beooin menoerl. will mark tha height of autumn gayetlesat the Springs. There are arrivals daily from Northern resorts Mr. and Mrs. Stuyveaant Fish snd Mr. gnd Mrs. Reginald de Koven are expected soon to take their annual course of hatha. Water sporta in the Homestead swimming pool attracted a larue crowd among- visitors t the Homestead the middle of Mai week snd netted more than $75 for the Presby terian church. Allen I .neb of Chicago von the four length swimming race, while his brother. Ernest l,oeb, took first prist In the juvenile swimming race. DR. ANGELL GRAVELY ILL. Ann trior'. President F.asrrltu. Haa Heart Attack. Ann Arbor. Mich., Sept. 21. Mr. Jamea B. Angell, president emeritus of the 1'nl versity of Michigan and former Minister to Turkey, la very III from an attack of heart dlseaae late last night. For a time his condition was considered very grave. To-night the physician In charge. Or. Jamea H. Rreake. aaya Mr. Angell la Im proving, though the danger point la not passed. The crisis probably will not be reached for two or three daya. Mr. Angell despitr hla St years la re markubly well preserved and haa been In good health until three weeks ago. At that time his throat became Inflamed and caused him so much trouble) that he was considerably weakened. THE SEAGOERS. Arrivals by Three Maera From tbe British Isles aad tbe Coatlaeat, Hy the North German Lloyd liner George Washington, from Bremen, South ampton snd Cherbourg: lira Ivon Abbett. Mrs .1 A. Maxwell Mr and. Mm Alfred Cut ami Mrs. Seymour Reginald Allen. M ajjilrlbaum. Mra J. A Hn.iwtck. Dr and Mn Karl Dr iteorie W. Muck. Justice Joseph K. New Miner. Brrw-sler Mrs. Waller Tl Bryant. Dr. T. N. Carver Mr. and Mrs. William P. Coleman. Mr. and Mn. F. C. Prof, and Mrs Will- law Komaine New bold Mme. Cornelia Ryder Coppuui Poasart Mrs William Nelson Dr Stephen Prsser. Cromwell. Mr. and Mrs Frank O Ifr ml Mn. C W. Hoe Dempster. Baron and aarttttl Judxe John Clinton Sadoine. ilru. Rnlierl I Sterling Alfred Herts. Mr ami Mrs, Loonna Mme Anns Thslmsnn II. Taylor Mrs. William E Wtl- Prof snd Mrs. Rudolf merdiui. Tom bo. Mrs liertmde T. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Al Her eon man Mate Lilly Corn. T. W. Poole. Hy ths Red Star liner Lapland, from Antwerp and Mover Prof K F. Andrews Dr. ami Mra L. T. Barker. Mr. and Mrs H O. Uanforth Count and Countess Kmillo del Hera Bonn or Louis ds Suds leer. Dr and Mrs R. I. Dickinson. Mrs John O Kuetis. Dr and Mrs. John O. Jh Mr. and Mrs Walter I. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs Robert Bedrwick. Dr. and Mra C. H Sharp Mr. and Mrs A. 8. Ilnderhul. Ethelbert Walts. Amer ican Consul-General at Brussels. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Whiting Dr and Mrs J. 1. W i than. Mrs Daniel Lord. From Olssgow, by the Anchor liner Caledonia : t Lady Ramsey. Mejor Francla J, Dolan The Rev. Jaaies B William P Haalett. Meagher. The Rev Henry M. The Re Daniel J Barbour Seanedy. Capl. J. L. Wilsoa. Joter Grehaa New York To-day. Meeting of eltlsens' rnminlllee In dis cuss Oaytiot memorial. City Hall Notification to fusion candidates at Cooper I'nlon, t P. M. fgVetlng uf srhltratnrs for Eastern rsil HSfli and conductors and trainman at Hotel Manhattan. COLUMBIA TO 0FKH ARTS COURSE Mas Arranged Afteraeoa and Kve- ! alngt Leetarea aad Coaeerte. ; Columbia University will open Its new Institute of arts and sciences on October II, when I 'resident Nicholas Murray But ler will address tha first meeting of the Institute on "The Literature of Knowl edge and the Literature of Power." The institute waa ossanised last spring. Mil ton J. I levies, the director, has arranged a programme of mors than ft leeture recitals and concerts, approximately one for every afternoon and evening from Oo toher to April. It la Columbia's plan to reach men and women whs are engaged In regular oc- upatlons, and persons of leisure who wish to use their late afternoons and evenings with vocational profit and pleas ure without reference to obtaining acad emlo credit The lectures will be given singly or In a series of not more than six. The forum will concern Itself chiefly with economic and social questions. Statesmen, publicists snd men In vari ous walks of life will give addresses dur ing ths course, while lectures on art. architecture, the drama, geography, household arts, literature, music and science also will he delivered. Entertainment with an educational pur pose will also occupy an Important place In tha Institute's plan. Illustrated lec tures on travel and art, lecture recitals and dramatic readings, as well as vocal and Instrumental recitals and chamber music concerts ars Included In the gen ersl scheme. The snnual duet for membership are 110. In addition an enrolment fee of I . is required at the time of enrolment. CARDINAL GIBBONS ON CHURCH UNITY Hp Regards Recognition the Pope as the Firs Essential. of Bai.timobb. Sept. 21 Cardinal ib bont has authorised the publication of the following statement of hla views on church unity. It la the flret time that the Cardinal or any other Roman Cath olic in America of comparable distinction, haa discussed so freely this delicate sub ject. "You want to know about the union or all Christian Churches.' said Cardinal Oibbona. "The reunion of the scattered branches of Christendom la a consum mation devoutly to be wlahed. and I would gladly sacrifice the remaining years of my life In lending a helping hand toward this blessed result. The Fleet Requirement. The first essential requirement.'' he continued. "Is the recognition of the sov ereign pontiff ae the successor of St. Peter, the divinely appointed head of Christendom. Kvery organisation, whe ther religious, civil or political, needa a head for Its peace and security, indeed for its very existence. "One the proper position of the Pope Is recognised, 1 do not believe that the other controverted doctrines are as for midable aa la commonly imagined. When a proper explanation Is given of the vari ous dogmaa upon which Christianity is founded, I am persuaded that the logical sense of the people will prompt them to accept. "And If the various Christian denomi nations of the t'nite.T Statea were once united, working with one heart and one spirit, what a wonderful Influence our Christian forces would exert In the civili zation and the Christianising of mankind : What amatlng things then would be done for society and humanity ! "But devoutly aa we wlah for audi it union." continued the Cardinal, "we must wait for the conscience of the Individual to bring about a state when union be comes possible. There are three courts, the civil tribunal, the criminal tribunal and the court of conscience. And until ins last of these acta, until the soul de mands, until. In a word, such a moment arrives, the time ia not ripe." I. Ifr After Death. When aaked his views in regard to the attempt of Sir Oliver I-oilgp to prove sci entifically that after death there la life the Cardinal said that he "waa net pre pared to say whether, or how far, the continuity of life after death could be proved by scientific Investigations" "Of such a vague proof." aald the rardlnal. "I have no need. My faith In ihe hereafter. In 4he Immortality of the soul, rests not on conjecture, but on a more solid foundation. It rests upon the Infallible revelation of the Bon of Ood. who has aald. 'I am the resurrection and the life. " The Cardinal returned to the union of the Christian churches. "The union of the churches," he said, "would bring about an era of civilisation unknown in history. You and I may not live to see It; hut It will come, I hope, and then ths one undivided church will nourish and triumph." WM. THAW ON LONG FLIGHT. He Reaches New Havea In Newport te New York Trip. Ntw Havbn, Sept. 28 William Thaw and George MacOordon, who left New port this morning In Thaw'a flying boat with New York city as the final destina tion, arrived here this evening. They tended st Morris Cove. The trip waa without mishap. They travelled at the rate of fifty mllea an hour and de scended only at Watch Hill. According to plans, they will finish the trip to-morrow. Newport, Sept. 21. Thaw and Mac Gordon left here for New Haven this morning under favorable weather condi tions. After launching the boat they roee about 100 feet and headed the craft toward Point Judith. FIRE PREVENTION DAT, OCT. 9. Acting Governor Glynn laeaea His First Proclasaatlon. Alsast. Sept. 21. Acting Governor Glynn has Issued a proclamation designat ing October 9 as Are prevention day and ,ii....ir,,. ui.ln Vfre Marshal Thomas J. A hear n to supervise ths observance of the day. The Btats Fire Marshal has si ready mmUmA URmI II t horlt I M tO Bt ttJilds & portion of the day for ths Instruction of the pupils In Are prevention by the exer cise of care In the use of matches and other Ignltable material. It Is ths flrtt proclamation Mr. Olynn has isaued since he assumed the office of acting Governor. BIO REWARD FOR RUMSET 0EMB. Oeteddlvee, tiaable fa Flag Thieves, Offer sao.ooo tar Fraperty. A reward of 120,000 haa been offered by the Burns Detective Agency for the recovery of the Jewelry stolen from the home of Mrs. C. C. Rumssy at Narragan tett Pier on the sight of July 26. There was 176,000 worth of Jewelry stolen. Including two necklaces contain ing 310 pearls. Mrs. Rumsey before her msrriage waa Miss Mary Harrlman. She la Ihe eldest daughter of the late Edward H. Harrl man. She married Charles C Rumsey, tha sculptor. In lilt, Wilson "Europe FORMAL OPENING OF THE NEW GREENBRIER I OmmiRHiOUfT WalUO HUeSt Of Mr. Storey at White Sul phur Springs. 1 j AC V U I fiDATk TV k VI LI; 1 1 t : I AnliOO II Ul A Jl 1". 1 1 II A , Rtal Imported Mud if Desired,1 hut Patriots May Prefer the Home Product. Whits Hi i.piutb Spbinos, W Va., Sept 2t Commissioner Waldo arrived here thia morning in time for a second and more eiahorate opening or the new t.reen- brier Hotel. Guests have been received tor several aaya, mil me rormai opening did not occur until this evening, when Managing Director Fred Ht. rry gave a banquet to some fifty or sixty people, many of whom have come down from New York especially for this occasion. Commissioner Waldo was one of them and he smiled aa the "lid waa lifted." Antebellum Southern belles and the dis- tingulshed statesmen of olden dnys when Henry Clay and his associates made White Sulphur Springs their yearly r.'ndexvous would gasp with astonishment could they return to-day and ace the magnificence that has supplanted the primitive comforts to which they were accuetomed. To those who are familiar with the at tractions of European spaa and r-sorts there ie a atriklng similarity between White Sulphur Springs and Carlsbad The drive from White Sulphur to LswM burg Is quite aa plctureeque as the famous one from Carlebed to Marlenbad. Nor doea the similarity end there. White Sulphur Springs now hsa perhaps the moat complete bath plant In America rP ii,.. r k.hin r.emeiv ...ertt.-ui director at French Lick Sorinrs. occuniea a similar position here. unoer mm supervision you can nave , lrrct,ir , Metropolitan. Ia anything from the ordinary well known j f , honeymoon ; F. C. OoppMUs, sef turklsh bath of the clubman to the ex- . ... " ,, , ,, tremely unpleasant looking but highly I rt,lry ?Z curative mid bath of Bavaria. Indeed. gf" "rl"11" "" ""rt' in order to make the White Sulphur M UpriT Mld ,, nichat.l BtrgtMi'l Springs absolutely complete, several tons i p,r, . ,,. ,. K,ivalier" Is the grent of Carlabad mud waa Imported , ,H, aragtion of us kind since "in,. Malster. Now Greenbrier county of West Vlr- gnatr" and that he was sure the Amerl glnla has some mud of Its own It's very . ,.an music loving publla would he dl -good mud. The bath attendant who . righted with It. Peaoa has been declared squirts sulphur water on a patron will make oath as an American cltiscn, that the Greenbrier Valley mud Is far better than the Bavarian mud. Both kinds are to be had. both equally black and un pleasant Cnless you are an expert ynu won't know the difference. The water j squlrter does, but It's rumored that the I tells by taate, u method that no patron will ever adopt, except by accident. The new Greenbrier Is to be run on the European plan. You pay fur your room and then you pay what ynu please for your food. Speaking of old times again. Mr. Steri y haa twelve employees around the new Greenbrier Hotel who are all veterans of the Confederate army. The scarred, white mustachsd old gentleman with the gray slouch hat who parades back and forth In the porte cochere Is Mr. Orubb, for merly a bold rider with Moaby'a guer rillas, and the tall lean old gentleman, alao with a gray slouch hat, who mounts guard In front of the bath building, Is Mr. Thompson, who came out alive from that famous charge that Pickett made at Gettysburg fifty years ago. WHITMAN BABT NOT NAMES. Mother, Before Marriage, Waa Jes sie Cracker of Caltforala. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm O. Whitman of I7 Fifth avenue have not yet decided upon a name for their son, who arrived a week ago. The baby was getting along nirery yesterday. Mra. Whitman was Jennie Crocker of California. Her marriage to Mr. Whit man took place In San Frsnclsro In July a year ago. Immediately afterward toil couple came here to Jive fJL v jm. JalaaawBSiaaW. aaaW aWrwef" asv V 1 -SBBBafirKS LwavEh Jaa HaaMsl Lr3 JrV may regard Mr. Bryan lightly, but I don't." TOURISTS BY Lbnox. Mass.. Sept tl, Motor ar-t rivals al Hotel Asmnwall to-dav from : New York included: W. s. Warner. Jr., George K. Warner. : W. P, Reaa Packard: Mr. and Mrs. Al- frmA T U'l,ils Ml Lr..th. 1 ICkllu Mrs. John Altken. Locomobile I Mr. and'dillac: Mrs. f Mrs. Peter UuHck.nl. ush. Pierce: A. J. Dorland. L. S. Hurt. Fiut : Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Connors. Philip Connors. Slm- ' plrx ! Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hurrnws. i Miss Burrows. Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Gantry and family. Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Morrison. Miss A. M. Pike, Mlaa Rlatt. Simplex: Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Hill, i ir. and Mrs H Sour. Klat : Mr. and Mrs. George L. Adams. Miss Uuth Adams, Packard ; Mr. and Mrs. I. Mason. Peer- !"", Xni!"- ' R ' 1 """" a ' MAN OH BSTBBj Vt., Sept. St. Arrivals by automotiilc at the Dquinog Hons- In cluded the following from New York city to-day : C. P. Hllles. Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ,t Major. Wintnn . Dr. and Mrs. It II. rtaisey, Miss Joraltrnpn, Packard . Mr. and Mrs p. P, Wagoner, w. A. Roy, win ton . Mrs. Arthur Cbsnsy, Floyd II. Stamp, overland, Mr and Mrs U II. I Uati-ock. Pu ree I Watbiuu'RV. Conn , $en. 2 Automo- CONDUCTORS AND MUSIC STARS ARRIVE HAPPY 1 ' (Jpi-lip. pit Leaders (trill'' i Wni'liN to Open SPH- ' SOII Here. ( New The steamship George Washington, largest of the North German Llod fleet. from Bremen, Southampton and Cher i j urg, docked last night, an ctra force of custom- men looking out for her 42 saloon and 441 MOOnd cabin passengers. Among her notable voyagera was an ar ray of mUtloaJ and opsrttlc folk, in cluding Alfred Harts, conductoi of lbs Metropolitan Opera , Dr. Karl Mu. k, the Kostoii Svmnhonv conductor. Leopold : Stow.iw ski. i-onductor of the Philadelphia I Symphony; Uoomlt H. Taylor, assistant i i with the Metropolitan, following the misunderstanding due In part to thr sup pression of "Salome," and Mr. Strauss was very willing to haVa "DM Rostn Kavaller" put on at the Metropolltaa. "Those who lupnoBtd thai 'Balome' w-is chai actcristlc of Strauss will be BBTeaably dlsapiiolnte-l when they see this new Optra, which is full of vital cheerfulness." While In Merlin Mr. Hertz, conducted once for a phonographic company that wanted a record of "Parsifal" The or chestra was the Philharmonic of Berlin, and the rt t.l was excellent. Mr. Htrtt said that Strauss's "Ariadne" had been very successful and was line, hut not fitted for production st the Mrtruixilltan. Mi'. Coppicua aald that lie had seen Cbarpentler's "Jullen" in Paria and that the orchestra was poor and the Optra not properly produced. It will be put on at the Metropolitan with the snme resplendent accessories as "Parsifal," its It Is an opera that must be treated In that wai to be effective. He said It ! would give Caruso a fine opportunity all the way through to show the quality of his voice, and Karrar alao would have a splendid chance to display her genlua. ; Charpentler, he said, was coming over and would attend the unal dress re- i hcarsal. It will be hla flret visit to America. Mrs. Coppicua Is still lamenting the loss of her two rases of Jewelry, valued It about in.uoo, that were taken from a 1 handbag while she was absent a few minutes from her room In a hotel In Milan. She fears thut she never will get Ihein bad;. i Dr. Karl Muck brings back a new s m phonv by Nornen. which will be played for the first lime in lloslun. lie MVS that this la an off year In nil sorts of creative work. Ht will go st once to I AUTOMOBILE bile annals at the Hotel Klton to-day in eluded : Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Gondron. New York. I Plal ; Mr ami Mrs. C. J. Roberts. Short) Hills. N. J Hudson. Mr. and Mrs . I II tt r tiurv. Plainnttd, rt. J. ua-I T Henaverro, Miss Mclicado. Miss M. Ketina. Mr. Mills, Mercedes, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hauf. New affairs In New Jersey and particularly In York. Mr and Mrs J. Chain. Montclalr, , Montolalr, when- he lived. He waa Tene N. J., Packard: Mrs. ItiggM. Mrs. Van ; mint House Commissioner In New Jersey Hurt ii. o. Van Huren. l- Q, Potter, New and also chairman of the Montclalr Civic York. Plerot -Arrow . Mr. and Mrs. ' Association. He was taken sick quite E. K. Wilson and daughter. G. K. GlafT. suddenly a week ago. C. Muson. New York, Stodflurd-Payton ; i Mr. Lc Prun was a member of Ihe Charles Cushman. Brooklyn. CadlllBC ; I Chapter of Architects, the Architectural Frederick O, C. Smith an-l wife. Green- League, the Microscopical Society and the w ich. Conn,, ROi Mr and Mrs U H. Porter. Stamford, Conn., Maxwell; Mr. ami Mrs Joseph G. Masking. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes. Jersey i"ity, Thomas Brbtton Woods, N H., Bept, II.- - Among the arrivals at the Mount Wash ington from N w Vork to-day by aiitomo blle w ere : Mrs. I.. A Ward MISS H. M Soule and Miss U Llttlejohn In a Pterce-Arrow ; Mr and Mrs. Herbert Appleton In a Loco mobile ; Mr and Mr-. James .Newton tiunn in a Peerless: Dr. and Mrs. Alfred I". Htsx In I Stevens. Boston to prepare for opening on Oc tober io, Mr Stowoskt haa several novelties, including a tymphony by Ra baud ami a composition b Rrnttt ScheH l iik. the American, entitled "Legend H) mphonlQUt." Prof Rudolf Tombo or Columbia Uni versity has been conferring and swapping sentiments with the Herman playwrights He lias arranged to b.ie Ludwlg Fuldu come here on a lecture tour and superin tend the production of some of his plays. Otto F.nist will be here next year. HALL CALNFS NOVEL BARRED. tad It Publisher Is VlrrPrrsldent of Objecting Library. PH IbADBbPH I A, Sept. II.- Hall falnc's latest hovef. The Woman Thou Haven Me. " has hecn bin red from the shelves , ,.r tin- Mercantile Library of this city, w. j. Campbell, chairman of the isok com- mittss, declares mat in-- boob was parrea hecausen i immoral, irasnj aim poeri) I Written.1 He says It won't get Into the library cither. Stockholders of the Institution are pre paring to take the question before the Uiaril of governors next week and de m ind that Caint'l Im-ik he given a place on the shelves. J. it Llppimott. of fie publishing house winch brought out the novel In this coun try, is vtot-pretldent of tha Mercantile Library. The novel Is still on the shelves Of all Ihe other large libraries, of the elty UNVEIL BLAUSTEIN MONUMENT. Seven Hundred at i rrrmimj In Honor of Late Jrnlih Scholar. A monument was unvtlMd yesterday yi the Washington I'einetery. Brooklyn, ovivr the grave of Ir David BlaUittln, Ihe JtWletl scholar and educator, who died last August On a solid base of white mantle rests four pillars and on them Is set a plsot of sione with the following Inscription I "DtVOttd his life, to bis wandering people. To them he was a kind t-acher a guiding spirit, a consoling friend." Several hundred people attended the ceremony at the grave, which was con ducted by three rabbis. FREE PUBLIC SEVRES CHINA AND PORCELAINS FOR ONE DAY ONLY Tuesday, September 30, from 1 p. in. to 5 pTm. ON BOARD THE NEW QUADRUPLE SCREW FRENCH LINE S. S. "FRANCE" At Pie ST. North Riser, fast tl West Plfleeath Sweet. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED SIR ALFRED EAST IS DEAD IN LONDON President of Royal Society of British Artists and Well Known Exhibitor. VISITED AMERICA TWICE Several of His Landscapes Are in Pittsburg and Chicago Gall cries. deeds! Cmbh Itutmrh fe Tat lev London, Sept. 21. Sir Alfred Bast, president of the Royal Society of British Artists, died to-day. He was bom st Kettering December 111. 184. Sir Alfred East. A. R A . R K . LL. D . received his education at the Government School of Art at Glasgow and afterward st the Keole dee Beaux Arts, Paris. He whs a cavsller of the Order of the Crown I of Itsly, sn associate of the Societe Na , ti-m ale dee Reaux Arta, Par a; honorary associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects, honorary member of the MelJI Rljutau Kal of Japan, of the Societe Royal d' Aiiuarelllstes of Belgium and the royal academies of Ijondon, Psrls, Munich and Rarcelona. . sir Alfred East's works sre to be found t In many gallerlea all over the world. , Ills "Returning from Church" Is In the Carnegie Art Gallery at Pittsburg, Ps. : "A Paaalng Storm" In the Luxembourg et Paris, "A Haunt of Ancient Peace" In . the National Oallery of Hungary, "Lon don at Night" In the Milan National (iallery. ' The Morning Moon" In the Art Institute at Chicago. "The White Carni val" In the Bruaaels National Gallery and j numerous works in various municipal galleries In England. In 190 Sir Alfred published a book on "The Art of Landscape Painting In Oil Color." Sir Alfred visited this country for the last time In 1012. when he came here for the purpose of attending the com mencement at Yale University. In. January 1910. while visiting the Art Institute In Chicago he created a stir In the art world by declaring that Americans were the most cnurageoua and the most cowardly people on earth In judging art. being prone to accept the opiniona of others. During his 1 Sl 0 trip to America he was the guest of a studio reception given by Mr and Mrs. John da Costa at 130 West Fifty-seventh street. New York ARCHITECT IE BRUN DEAD. Itralarned Metropolitan life Rnlld Ing and tuber atrncturee Heee. Michael M. I.e Bnin, a retired architect. I Who designed the Metropolitan Life Building and other structures In New York, died on Saturday evening In the Mountainside Hospital. Montclalr, N. J., after nil operation for stomach trouble. He was (ill years old. When Mr Lc Brun retired three or XOUr years ago ne was one or me mosi prominent architects In New York. After he retired he took sreat interest In public nntylvanla Society He is survived hy his wife. Mrs Maria Olivia l.e Hrun. a son. Pierre, and two daughters, i lllvll and Kllzabeth. The funeral will take place from the Church of St. Vincent de Paul on West Twenty-third street to-mormw morning at 11 :30 o'clock. DR. LEONARD B. ALMY l.i-Presldeiil of onneetlent Medical Satiety ii-. Norwich Conn., sept ;r. Dr. Leonard R Almy die-l at his residence here last night at the age of t!' after an Illness of several months He was graduated from Yale in 171 and was at one tlm-1 president of the Connecticut Medical Society. Pr. Almy was a member of the Society of Colonial Wart, the Society of Foreign Wars and the Bom of the American Revolution. He was In charge of the division hospitals at Camp AiRer. Vn.. and Camp NVyckoff. Monta.uk Point, during the Spanish-American War. Mr. Almy is survived by two daughters. Mrs. W. K. Allen of Mystic and Mrs Don ald Chnppcll of New Imdon. Mre. K.llrn O'Nell. Mi- l&llen O Nell, a lifelong worker for the hospltall and other charity Institutions of Hudson county, died suddenly Saturday night at htr home, 141 V room st reet, Jersey City. She was In hr slxiv-flrst venr anil is survived by one son FIFTY YEARS ON THE STAGE. tda Ho. hell. Playing In -Tar Fight," Gaeet of Margaret Wycherly. Ada Boahtll, who plays the part of the 1nfhrr In "The Fight" at the Hudson Theatre, will celebrate her fiftieth year on the stage to-nlglit. Yesterday she was the guest of honor al a party given by Margaret Wy lierly at her country home OUttldt I'eckskill. Miss But hell made In r first appearance on the stage at the age of I in "Patty Nib's Hag." a farce that opened at Tweedle Hall In Albany on September 3". lSt.3. Toward the end of the civil war the company made a Southern tour. Dur ing the reconstruction Miss Boahtll Joined the New OrttaM Stock Company, In which Minnie Maddern, now Mrs. Har rison Grey Flske. was a child actress. I luring her fifty years stage career Miss It. .shell has played In over thirty stock companies Including her part In "The Fight" she has played Ml roles "We are wont to believe that drama tists are unusually prolitlc nowadays," she said last night, "but they are not to he compared to the profuse authors of the old stock days." Temperature at Atlantic City. Atlantic Citt, Sept. 2s. The tempera ture at noon here to-day was 04. EXHIBITION yilljlljlllllll "WOMAN'S MUD HOT UfJUIUft." Prof, laehlla aaya old Igeae of Femininity Art Dying. Prof. Charles Zueblln. editor of the Cen fiirg Magazine, opened the 1111-14 lecture season of the Harlem Soda! 1st Forum yesterday afternoon with s lecture on "Men and Woman." Ths address dealt largely with the conditions existing to-day while woman la fighting for her rights to the vots. He said that the old Ideas about femi nine chsracterlatlrs should be abolished as the present day woman has outgrown all those old fashioned suppositions that her Intellect la Inferior to thst of man. "If we must change human nature to better these conditions," ssld Prof. Zueb lln. 'then It Is our privilege to change human, nature." These lectures will continue all through the winter, the object being to Civ's ths eltlsens of Harlem an opportunity to study the vital politico-economic problems of ths tar. BERNHARDT PROTEGE TO APPEAR etty Calltsa ta Make Defeat at re laalal Oet. ). Betty Calllah, a protege of Sarah Bern hardt, will make her American debut at the Colonial Theatre on October t. She will sing, talk songs and play the violin. She la a young Dutch girl, who first won fame by her violin playing at the Court of Queen Wtlhelmlna. Mme. Bernhardt later heard her sing and hud her go to Paria to have her voice trained. Miss Calllah came here with letteis from Caruso, Mme. Melba, Jean de Resske, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Arthur Nlkiach. Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Mme. Bernhardt. LESS AMERICANS TO CANADA. Saea laasalgrratlera ta Dominion De creases More Than 10 Per Teat. Ottawa, Ont, Sept. 21. The Depart ment of Immigration reports to-day a de crease of over 19 per cent. In linmttrslion from the United States during the first Ave months of this fiscal year up to Sep tember 1. American eettlera arriving in Canada during these months this year numbered (IS, 721, compared with Tt.tOD during the same months last year. Total Immigration during this period was 22.767. an Increase over the same period last year of 17 per cent, of these 11 2.01 were British snd 10,S5 5 Euro peans. The Immigration authorities say the decrease In numbers of American Im migrants Is compensated for by a notice ably higher average in their Intelligence and wealth. Playa aad Play ere. Kthei Barry mors (Mra itusseii Colt), who recently became tbe mother of an other son, will begin rehearsals to-day for "Tante," a new comedy, hy C. Had dnn Chambers. Tbe cast will include Charles f'herrv. E. Henry Kdwnrds. Hal dee Wright and Mabel Archdale. The comedy will be seen here at the Umpire Theatre Immediately following the engagement of John Drew In "The Will" nnd "The Tyranny of Tears " During bis coming engagement at Wol lack's Theatre Cyril Maude will appear In "Tantalising Tommy." a comedy, by Paul Gavault and Michael Morton. Mr Maude's daughter. Miss Margery, will play the part of Tom my. The corned , has been seen here as a musical comedv . Lee and J. J. Shubert will entertain at the Shubert Theatre In West Fortv -fourth street thia afternoon in honer of Sir Johnston and Lady Forbes-Robert son. The guests will be shown about the theatre, which will open on Thurs day night with a production uf "Ham let." Short adresses will be made by Forbes-Robertson. K. H Sothern. De Wolf Hopper and George MarFarlane. Admis sion will be by invitation only and the guests invited Include men and women prominent In literary, theatrical and journalistic life. DIED. ANDKKWS - On 8Rturlfcv, flM'niW IT, 1111, Pram-nn I, yon. w idow of Dm i-l C tiffin Andrews and belofrd ttaUfthttr of Elizabeth and the late Tewla LfOII, Funeral from her late rcnldcnce, 210 Wott Seventy-ninth mret, on Monday, Sep tember :. at A If, BKNTHAM On Sunday. BtptOmbOf II, llll X,ut tlle Bentham. wife of M. S. BonthOlT Funeral eervli e will br held on Tueada, September IX, at the Fourth Protb) lerlan t'hurrh. Ninety first street m l Wott Bnd ovonuoi t i o'clook P M Interment at W004IOWIt DIM OCK -Sudden), OH Friday. OBtOnv bor 19. ('tis K Dlmook of New for It, boiovl hatband of udo L. Woimtt. Funeral Nfvtl e will t held at hla Inta BUmitlOr realdenrr, i ean avenue. New London. Conn., on Monday. September 'it, at Ittl P. M ( ii! riititesj will moot train leavlniT Orand Control depot'ot 10 and o'clock. JOWaW. BontOWbOf 2i. Holand t Jonen, M D., ncod 6S yeara. Funeral eervicaa at hla late rOtMoitt e. Hotel Roland. 66 Kaat Fifty ninth atren Monday evening; al ft o'clock Interment Tueeday at convtmlenra of tbe fftmlll I K BRl'N At Montclalr, N. J . BoptOttlboi at, l?n, Mtcbol Mortfln I4O Brun. inn D( the late Napoleon and Adele Hrun. Funeial aervlcea will be held the ("hurt h of 8t Vincent de I'aul. Twenty -third trOOti eat of Sixth uvenue. New York 1 it y. Tueadav iiiurnliiff . September I" at 10:30 O'clock I'htlailelphla DABOri pleaae t op . MOHRIIX John Lord. a,ed , Services "TUB FI NERAL CHURCH. " 241 Weat Twenty -third at reet Frank E Camp bell ButMinv). Time of funeral here after. Automobile cortege. POST Ltrii de TroiTiand dauthter of Wol drun Ktntflnic atid Mory LnWfOnoo Pott, Hitert 1 1 yeai e. at Ho) port. L 1 , un September 'Jrt. lftlS. Funeral MfVlOC Rt St. Ann'i t'hurrh. Ha vllle. 1.. I IltOM - Filtered Into teat, on September 7. LUIS at Kaeton, Fa., Herman Simon, . a iil , Relative and frlenda of the family or roODOOtf ullv Invited to attend the funeral orvlOOi t hla late hom1. 41 North Third etreet, Kaeton pa . Tueaday, September 3n, 1D13. at 3 I'. M Friends who may dOOlfo to view tha remalna will be WOlconti a' the home after 10 A M SMITH. On Fil.iiiv. September 2. r Anna M.i m. betoed wife of Morton & Smith. Funeral aervlrea on Monday. September tl, at 3:30 V M at her late realdence. 171 Urand avenue, Brooklyn. Interment private. TORRKY Mllen B , widow of William 1,. Torrey, auddetily. at anandal.ua. N. V . on Meptember 27. Funeral eervlrea at her late raoldomeo. 103 Second place. Brooklyn. N. T, Tueaday. September 10. at 2 F. M. VAN 8ANTVOORD. Suddenly, at LtftkO Mohonk. New York, on Friday, Septem ber 2. llll, John V. Van Hantvoord. uged 60. Relatlvee and Irlende are Invited to at tend the funeral eervtres at tbo real dence of hla rouatne, II Weet Tttlrtv ninth etreet. New York, at 10 o'clock Monday momltiR. ttth Inetant. OWN ftANKEC4MPBELL w KJSw MOTOR HtAR5E5 rTtSft mm -L tUHAItllM. I NTr.U.IGr.NTjlentllt. ami MlttJK. Rl9 utaaia vtu i. I pampblsie tttg. j :PBoat M--MUanisburs.