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Slicininn haw, Utiles Justice,
Not Violated by Metio
1oHtiin Coiiipiiny.
New UKrn House, Ho Asserts1,
A V ill Open in Jnnunry
us I'lamied.
Supt.mo Court Justice Pendleton de
el'Vc! ytslcnlav that the business of pro
ducing gland ojii'iu Is not commerce ntnl
accordingly sustained a demurrer by the
M 'rnpolltntt Optra 1'nnipmiy to Oscar
Hamnierste InV answer to the cult to en
join liltii from producing opera In English
her" In which Hanim.retelti contended
tli.it the Metiopolltan Ik n comtilti.it Ion In
rcs'.ultit of trade In violation of tin- Sher
man antl-ttust Inn.
Unlit Justice I'rndletnn permits Ham
mersteln and hi ton Arthur, who was
Joined ,i a defendant, to amend their
answets within twenty (lavs upon pay
iin.nl of ull the costs It In conceded that
nil the chief th'tcnreti available to the
Hamuli rstems weie Interposed before Jus
tin' IVmllcton.
'flit defendants will appeul at once to
tin At'p 'lute Division, and It In probable
that tlx rime will alto so to the Court
of App.als. which will delay a tlnal de
cision for some months. In the meantime
the Hanimersteln operatic enterprise, will
b. at a standstill.
In an opinion of twenty-three type,
i. itten pages Justice t'emlleton review
tin history of the litigation in which thu
M(tiot)ullt.iii sought to compel the Hum
niei steins to obey the terms of n con
tra, t under which Oscar nammcretelii
.o.d out his upeia business la Philadel
phia ami Siw York to the Metropolitan
intcrtsts and agreed not to lntroduco
opera In thoi-e clttles for ten yean.
Justice 1'. n.tlcton said It l well net
lb il that the lourts will enforce re
strictive cow Hants Riven Incident to the
Kile of property or noml will, and the com
plaint of Hie Metropolitan company suffi
ciently aets forth the contract and the ile
lendalits' utrieiiunt which la aoUKht to be
Stot Tnilrr Sbrrmnu Lnir,
A to the chief defenco that the con
trwt In In violation of the Sherman iintl
trust law, the court nay that to have
the case fall undfr this act It must be
proved that the agreement In 111161(11011
la In its direct effect a restraint of tradu
and commerce.
"I the buslneM of producing grand
opeia. In It ei.jentl.il characteristics,
trade or commerce?" says Justice Pendle
ton. 'If the production of opera Is trade
or commerce It would heeui to follow that
e.ry in isfum which exhibit pictures,
ry unlerbity which given coumrs of In
struction or lectures, every lawyer who
prepares a brief, every surpeon who per
lorms 1111 operation, every i-lrcus, motnR
picture ehow, exhlbltlnt? pugilist, actor
or performer I encaged In commerce."
Ilnlita I nntrnet la (inoil.
Tile defeiiilantH also raised the conten
tion that tin- Metropolitan was without
power to make tin coiittact In question,
an 1 0.1 this po'nt Justice Pendleton hld,
'If tlin itnrehnKe of ileft.iitl.itif h' litibi.
nM :,, L-n,.,i xvill w.. w-ttiln h . nr. I
porate, powers certainly the covenant
nececary for, and Ineideiit to, the pro
tcctlon and ct urlng to It of such pooil
will wero enunliy within Its corporate
rights "
As to Arthur Hammerte 11 defence,.,.,,,.,.. , ,. .,
that he I not bound by the contract bell1"'"" 1 r,1' Mutiny I'mtrsninir.
cause he wa an cmplojee of hi father The sxnnd matinee concert of the Ue
at the time, the rotirt says that If 11 , Ion Symphony Orchetra look place e
contrnet' by an emplo.ee with his nn-.terdav aftern"on at r.irnecle al The
ploer not to enter Into the same busl- pr.'prartinie compii-.wl lli.ln' i major
nets or compote Ib not Illegally in re- ( x mpltony, Il'inilel ci mcB-t o in V major
slralnt of trade the employer, In order to for strincs and two wind orchestras, Mo-
eii 111s lHlsllles anil roou win protected
by such n covenant, must have the right I
to transfer such an agreement with the
The court sas that the allegations of
the answer are "largely allegations of con
clusion rather than facts," and holds
that the plaintiff Is entitled to Judgment.
Hanimi-r.lrln i:pecl. lo Open Vwl
House In .lanuury. ,
, ..... . , .,,.,1,. i.n,ii.n' 1
opinion upsetting 0"car Hammersteln's 1
defence to tho Metropolitan Opera Com
pany's Injunction suit had been delivered
Mr Hanimerstelti was sitting In his of
fice on the second floor of the Victoria
Theatre chuckling to hlmsulf.
When the chuckle subsided Mr. Hammer
stein proceeded to state that grand opera
will be given In New York In Kngllsh nt
his new opera house about the first of
January, despite Justice Pendleton's de
cision. Not that Hammerstcin will give
It; ho will not run contrary to tho law,
but the Hammerstcin American Cirand
Opera Company will give it. 'In that cor
poration Oscar Hammersteln lias no In
terest, officially or as a stockholder
He wl.ll meioly hire tha stars, rehearpe
them and then lend them to the opera
company. He will not be Interested. HI
lawyi ts, anticipating such a decision, have
Men lo that, but he can uct as adviser.
"Grand opera will open In the new house
In Kr.gHsh with 'Uomco und Juliet.' " Mr.
Hammersteln went on. "The place Is
about done and ought to bo ready for tho
early part of January,
"Isn't It lunny. I can't give opera
In five cities, but I can out of them, nnd
I must have artists. 1 will get them and
ill 111 them and see that the chorus is
pioperly trained, and then, according to
my well known magnanimous and charl
tablo nature, I will loan them to tho Ham
liierstein American Grand Opera Company
until I need them.
"My attorney will appeal tho decision.
If they think best they will ask for a
stay of Judgment, but whether or not the
Hay is granted opera In Kngllsh will l
given as advertised. I will carry the np
peal through all the courts to tho United
States Supremo Court If need be."
Ultra rcrrormance of "Tor" r'oU
loirs "Tlie Tales of Iloffmnnn."
Kecauso Ucialdliiu I'arrar fell 111 a
fnw .lays ago sho did not olii-t tn the
tint "Tosea" of thn seuson at the Metro
limine Thn noillllar I'UC'
clnl opera wan brought forward Inst
evening at the benefit for thn Itallun ho- i
St Th. Zr0;,,.ar M?.a KaVraV'a'pUc.
mil occupied by oitve rrenuiau, wnu
gav un the "Hlei fried ' urunnnuao on
Thursday evening to Mme, MaUenauer.
Othenvlse the fast of '"rosea" wna that
originally announced, nnd Mine. Krm
stad'a chief nsoclates wero Mr. Martlr.elll
as Cauaratlaaai and Mr. ricottl as Scarpta.
In th6 aftenioon. at a regular sub-
scriptlon matlnte. n lama uudltnca heard
tho mellifluous music of Ja.-uuea Offen-
bach'a "lA-a Co ilea d'Hoffmanti." InCen-
tral Tark West thla work la known aa
"Tha Talea Hoffmann." There la
nothlmr new be said now about Ilia
opera lU'ir. music lovers in general am
acquainted with thu fact that tha first
f.er reutk. rnthee heavilv nn ii very llaht
veulix unnir mil tha second on a nonulur
batearnle. In tho third act the mualu
hacotni 'pretty uerlous, nnd hire a trio
Mayor Kline at Cornerstone Laying
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Copyrlsht, 1913. b Underwood . Underwood.
Mayor Kline officiated ptcrd,iy after
noon at the laying o the cornerstone of
the new Kiithth Artdlery I'istiiet Armdry,
at Kliigsbridge road and Jerome avenue.
The Uronx. llornush Preldent Cyrus C.
Miller of The llron and Major-den. John
V. U'ltyau, division commander of the
National Uuard, also made .uldressei.
r.'yor Kline is a breet Hnxadier-licn-eral
in the National Hunrd.
The Uighth Artillery l'lt-trlet. Coast
Artillery Corps, N. (1. N. V.. is the old
Klghth KiKiinen:, on. o known as the
Washington (lra. The chatu-e from in-
rauiry to coast artillery was made In
.. , "ls"-,'t 1 escrv e fotce
of the Tinted State Coast Artillery com-
for two people and
affecting leature.
poitrnlt In the;
In the rtpresetitatlon yesterday there
were certain eh incut of novelty, but no
other so Important as the revelation of
Mine. Aldn a (imliiltn. the Venetian
siren. Mine. Alda had not he. n sieti or
heard In op, ra this teasnn, though she
imu innuiciMi in ine i-asiune or .-, somr
,. , - ,, , .
recital, ns all puma donnas iiiun 111 th.se
days. Mr. (illl.s being 111 the tol. of
w!,.o,P'k J whsX in" WirLe l:"""u'i
who also was the .llrnWe
A a whole the performance nf the
.,h . ie... 1 i1"1 "" '"- ,
lth filiiiirfdi than her ptcilicesMH, nml
Mr. Hothler' ),.,.pc.(tM was entlr. ly 1
without slgnltlcaiice. Mr. John as ;,.. ;
nun 11 was In poor vol v ami sang with
effort. It rennlneil for Mme lt..,n.,..i m
deliver passably the mti.s.e of the doll arid I
Mis Horl to le.ieh In .liiMiif.i the high, st
level or excell.iiee attain. d .hiring th
ftenioou. Mr. Pola.e.i conducted and
afternoon. Mr. Pol.ncn comliicted
the orchestra was often too loud.
t -
- -
'lliiMln, llnmli-l. V.,rrt nml Ile
zart Manic l lute" overture an, the
Ueethoven violin concerto. In the hist
Vrilz ICrcMer w-as heard, wliito the solo-
1st In tho Handel number were Anton
WlU'k, violin Mess's I."tigv nnd
Mueller, oboes, and Messrs. Wendler and
Jaennicke. horna.
The Handel 1 umposltlon Is one w hlch
used to slumber In th. jsige of a olum
called "Sketches" contained In the toal
collection in Kngland. It comprised nine
J movement, of which OuM.iv Kneel, ii-
' .,',.' V ... V .V...
M the l'reiicli form, and the others are
"f alteniale character a tin nii. nsl.
The brilliant a"! .rinliie anmnatie or
the lloston Symphony programmes. Philip
Hale, savs:
"Tho original Is full of HandelUn man
nerisms, and student of the ortsii con
certos will hero and there recognize fa
miliar passage. The Instrumentation Is
often of an antlphonnl character; tho
different wind choirs answer the Nlrlngs,
and vice versa. In hi method nf dividing
the orchestra Into separate and distinct
famllle Handel anticipated In a mensuro
the procpsses of modern manters of In
strnincntatlon." Wonder that no one cares to write In
the form of the concerto for several In
struments after the manner of is-ich or
Hand.i ha olten been exprifsed ner.
With the additions of modem harmony
nnd the riwurc( of modern Instrumen
tation marvels might bn accomplished.
It Is hardly necessary to ndd that tin. con
certo wa excellently played yesterday.
Nor Is there nny pressing need of a. long
story of Mr. Krelsler's performance or
the. composition of lleethoven. He has
played It here often, and ho always
plays It with breadth and depth.
llrr llnncliiK to He I'enlurr nt Inr
nival on Ilecember 10.
Anna l avlowa hat been reiiuesled by
so many udmlrers to sliove her ideas of
tho tango nnd other modern dancts that
shu vflll show how- she, thinks these
dances ought to he done, nt the so-called
"I'avlovva Carnival," to bo held at tho
Metropolitan Opera Houso on December
19. Khe will glv her exhibition of mod
ern dancing, which Is. In Ineliido
tho new waltzes. In the nssembly room,
where a thu dansant will bo huld after
thn matinee,
Mmu, I'avlowa and her company will
bo seen In tho "Oriental Fiintnsy Pnvlowa
CJuvotte," tho familiar "llacclmnali" and
a variety of other tlnnets, In which her
company will also uppear.. It Is
Announced that tho Itusulau Consul nnd
Unroll Korff will conio from Washington
to attend tlila matinee, wh'eh Is for th
benefit of the Music School Hettlement
Will Appear at (lie I.ycrnro In "The
I.an.l of I'romlse."
Miss Ulllle Htirke xvlll makn her first
appearance thla season nn Christmas night
at the Lyceum Thenlm, when she
will be aeert In "The l.und or I'romlse,"
rlou'i play of .North Amerh;a frontier
lfe by W.Homerset Maugham. The first act
la laid I" Kna land nnd the. last hroe
tell u atory typical of the Uvea of thoso
who come out of Kngland tn begin all
over ngain..
I;IsIh feiKUsnn, who Is now appearing
at the Lyceum In "Thu Hlrange Woman,"
will move to the flaliity Thenlm on )e.
Oil tlie sumo ilalu "Nearly
now playing at that theatre,
I Married,'
I will t taken to Chkaga
panics at Ports SehuMer and Totteti, at the
en' ranee to Iuig lIand Sound
Thu new nr'nory will be. It I said, the
largest armory In the world ami the only
building designed as nn armory for const
urtllleiy. The dilll lloor will be .1i" by linn
feet. With the administration building
the armory will coer an area two and
one-nair times ns large ns Madison Square
larden. It will contain emplacements
lor a iu inch disappearing r'fle. a 11' inch
mortar anil a 3 Inch rapid Ilie gun.
iokc--ut wun lire control stations, miiipi
iiniiui .tpi'.muus, seareniiKnis, power
plant and magazine, all copied afler those
nt the harbor fort.fleatlons In iiddltlon
the new nrniory will pimlde .1 gymn.i-
sitim and all the features of a well ap
pointed ciuli.
ttlnptiitlnii or "The Secret" Will lie
.lcii Clist In Detroit.
David llelnseo left yesterday for De.
iron, taking Prance Starr anil the com.
,,,. i.i.a. ..hi
i" "ni.ii on. iiijctw wun ner it
.Mr. Kelascos proiluctlon of Henry Hern
, Kti In s ,,v "The Serr. t "
appear with her In
Th" "fmslel., latest drama and
waM produced with great success In Paris,
Mine. Slmone acting the leucine roe
I'cltott Opera House and will be glv",
1,, ii,ih ..itv n. ,i, ui.,,, t-i,, :
', ..-V , ,Vr .1 1. t ho o,' ,n?,J u, Z , Z
, ' ;' w. in Mil 1 r.
vV.l..;,i nnr J"'.. ,,rt.l ' l1' .,.",,'m
; "V"". r. urown.
' Vice 'p. ini.ar lu
' ,"',,r1"-- l.eltilunlt
! rum- In
I'hr ev Menrirt tn."
I William H. Crane, Doughs Fairbanks,
,Amili.i Hlngham and Patricia ( nlhtige
will nppeir at the Knick.t boi k. r Theatre
.on December 2'J in "The New Henrietta,"
(bai.l ,'ii Hrons.n Howard' famous
ii'iiied. by W nchell Smith and VI. tor
Mi.pe The ph.y ts now being presented
In Phllaiielphla prellmuiarv to the N. w
York run Mr Crane will e ,.(.n as
.VMiof.it Pom lln.r, Mr. Paillant.H .is
.rile, Miss Hlngham as .1r. Oprlvtr,
tlie widow, and M.ss Colllnge as ,li;nr.
r.iiiiiless Xeclienyl (iinvulocent.
'onutiss Lasr.li) S.chenyl umlcrw.nt
it slight op. ration on Wednesday nt the
home of her mother, Mrs. Vainierbllt. 2
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.V"'. ",n." 1 "p l'"a-
' ,' ", .: .,"' """ she l8. nuw
1' ',,."',':.,'" outu ami
Conines sechenyl enmo from Huiope
.nrly last month and have been men of
the time since their ni rival In Newport
1 They expect to be here for the grtnter
part of the winter
I'ltiUliiim .ui HimthII'i (iovrrnor.
Washimitok. Dec. 1; 1,. 1:. Pinkham
of California, whoso nomination was al
most uenateii in the Senate, was snorn
In to-day as Cioveinor of Hawaii by
Associate Justice McKenna of the Su.
preme Court, an old friend of the new
.otra of ht hoeliil 'World,
Mrs. Cornelius C. Cuyler will glvn a
luncheon on December 17 at her home
ill Kast rifty-fourth street
Mrs, Charles II. Alexander will give
a dance at her home, I Wist Kifty-elghth
street, on Christmas eve.
Miss (liace Illgelow has returned from
Highland Falls, N. Y to :i tiratnercy
Mrs. Frederick S Dennis will give a
luncheon for Miss .Mlldted Dennis at the
Colony (Tub on Picemlxr 20, to be fol
lowed by a theatre party.
A the dansant for the heneilt of the
Warren (ioddar.l Hettleuunt was given
yesterday afternoon at tho Plaza. There
were tables for the sale of f.incv goods
and tea. Koine of those helping were
Mis, Arthur Perkins, Mis. Hctirs F. Sew
nil, Miss Louise von Uernuth. .Miss Annie
Goddard and Miss Dorothy I'erklns,
Mrs. Walter (J, Oakman gave a lunch
eon at Sherry's yesterday for her dnugh
tur, Miss Ixatherlnc Onkninn.
Mrs. A, Murray Voting of :n Park
avenue will give u luncheon on Decem
ber I",
Tho first of n series of small dances
to be given under tho direction of Mrs
Ouy Phillips nnd Mrs. Arthur W. Kager
was held at Mrs. Fager'a home, 7 itlv
ersldo Drive, last evening.
.John II, Oiukski,, who died April 17
Inst and was a member of the New York
Stork L'xchangc, lett a total estate of
J.W.r.Ol. He gavo IB2M37 to his widow,
Nellie II, (irlesel, and $l,nn to Kmlliu
Kllasson, an tinployeo. He owned securl
tbs worth Jlilfi.OlO and his Inleiest In the
firm or Urlesel & Hogers was appraised at
370.S0r.. Ills Stock h'xehungo seat was
worth jiri.noo.
Mils. Hi.uahetii riotiMl.r, who died No
veinbcr 27 last, made a will three days
before her death In which she gavo $500
each to two grandchildren, her only heirs
lit law, mid left tho rest of her estate
to friends. She cuvo K'fK) to the Itoman
Oil hollo Church of (Jood Council for
Tiikodoiik F. Vau J. Vun Vechten
Olcott, executor under the will of Theodore
F, Vail, filed suit In thn h'upromn Court
yesterday to have thn will construed be.
cuuso olio of tho asseta of tho estate Is
100 shares of Standard Oil wloi.k. Mr.
Olcott said that under tho will ho was
authorised to hold this stock as part of
thn trust estate, hut that since tho Stand,
aril Oil Company has been dissolved and
ho has had tn exchange tho stock for
shariH In thu thirty. four subsidliiiy com.
panics ho is iu doubt us to whether thu
stock of thu subsidiaries Is thu sort of an
Investment allowed by law for the funds
of uu cat la.
Many Kereplious (liven lo In
troiluce Girls lo
ri'iii- Till.' n 1 1JT1 L'v l.'nl I V M"n Thnyci, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas mi
1 II h. I UK J.Hllh I'UhMIVt rr.l. Mi. and Mrs. Donald Urown, Mr. 1
Wide Knupc of Knsliionnlilo New
York Covered by Pay's
Soeial Activities.
Society harl n. huv tine yesterday with
receptions for debutantes, and a consid
erable area wns covered In making visits
during the rxndon hours, ranging from
the neighborhood of Washington Square
to Riverside Drive, the, upper Hast and
West Side tectlons, now chosen for their
homes by people of note.
Mr. Henry Kugeno Oourd, who belongs
to one of the oldest
French families I
of this city, gave a reception at her home,
21 West Twelfth street, to lntroduco her
youngewt daughter. Mis (labrlclle C.nunl.
necelvlng with the debutante nnd lie r
mother were the Misses Yvonne tlomd.
Margaret Henderson, Katharine Ward
Porte.r. Noel Johnston. Star Paris, Itnsctta
Carson, Kllnalsth Hoffman MeVlckar,
PriinccH Henry and Marlon Wells Hall.
An Informal dance followed the r.cep
lion. Mr. H. Ward Ford of Morilstown,
N. J., and this city gavo at the Colony
Club a the dansant to lntroduco her
daughter. Miss Kmllle W. Ford. In the
receiving line were Mr. Arklny King and
the Misses Kstello Clarke, Loulso Trevor,
iKibello Cummitig. Katie Schermerhorn,
Star Paris and Elizabeth 11. MeVlckar.
The llmisnnt for Miss lliirrnwa.
Another the dansant of tho afternonti
wa given by Mis. Charles Clifford Har
row In the annex of the Metropolitan
Club to lntroduco hr daughter. Miss
(,,,t(,r j,-0(,j mrrows,
Those receiving
with the debutant" were th- Mle Dor
othy Auderlon. Marjolle P. GreenfleM.
Janet ilregory. Asi.by Ciyce and St 1
Swinscoc of Worcester. Mass. Mrs. II, my
v vik.r im.l Mrs. Frank K. llarnard
were at the tea table. After the re.ep-
Hon there w.ia .1 dinner and dance for
the debutantu at tlie home of Mrs. Henry
Pearson, 715 Fifth avenue.
Colin Macrae lngc:II give a riwp
tlnn ut his home, 107 Kat Seventy-llrst
street, to lntroduco his daughter. Miss
Coline Macrae lnge:soll Ibs-eivlng with
the debutante wei . tho Missf.s All.'o
Haven. Margaret Hetuli rsun, ll.wetta Car
son, lwtlse 11. nick. I'.liiabeth Klapp.
IxJUise Dixon and Star Paris.
Another reception of the afternoon was
given by Mrs. Virgil P (llbney nt her
home. 10 Pnrk avenue, to Introduce her
daughter. Miss Marlon P. c,ilme I!e
oelving with them were the Misses Sophie
Young. Marjorle Woojsey, S.ihlna Has
sett, Katharine Seymour. Marian, Poor.
Dorothy Anderton, Henrietta lllshop of
llrldfepoit. Conn.. Margaret Trubc.v liar
bar.i lirewster, Hilda Sargent of New
Haven, Conn, and Kath.ir.ie Ch.isi. of
Waterbury, Conn After an infon.ial d.-i-n.
r Mrs iiibne t.,ok the ruea.n,- party
to the L.ule Theatie to s." "Prauella "
Mrs .1 l'.slur S Hanks gave a irp
tlon at the home of Mrs M Hanks Ta lot
yestenlay afternoon lo Introdi. her
ilajghtei. Miss Alid.i oddit Pank. v!io
is a granddaughter of the Ive J Vr.
Sehaick Uddle. In the receiving partj
were the Mlse Caroline Wyelh, Drirothy
Keene Tavtoi. .lov Will.air.s, Pu
H. eelier of Hrooklvn, M it Ian
Saiah Williams, Helen DeFoi.si
Amy Krndlsh Johnson, l.e'i.
Margaret Seton I'orter
Heeeiitloi. for Miss Christina Mcbols
... . ....
Mrs. i.eorgo Livingston .Monnis -.i. a
large reception In the ballroom of the
Hotel Clntiuim for her daughter, M.ss
Christina Nichols Itec.'Ving w.th the de
billinte were the Misses drib-La Hep
bun., Itosftt.i Carson, Flora MeXIpin,
Ixatherl'ie Flags and Hllx.ibeth Uiack
After tlui reception and an mfiumiil din
ner Mrs. Nichols took the young pi ople
to WuIIikk's Theatre lo s, ,. Cvtil Maude
In "i.riimpv" Am.ii'C the oung men of
the party were William fluxion, Shippen
Davis, Charles lltckox, ll'.mllton Camp
bell. William li.vle. (i. urge IJIy, Jr. nud
Herbert I.ailil Mrs. Nichols will givu a
dance at the ilotliam on I irccinl.or 17.
Mrs. Charles H. Illk-elow gave ti large
reception at 151 West Seventy-.see,in.l
stieet to Introduiu lor il.uightei. Miss
Dorothy Illgelow. with whom re. elvid the
Misses IMItli Adams, K.ittierlne Culbert,
Mildred PennK, Antietta Fallows. A'tiiea
C.'lb, Klinir end Lois Coodnnw, Kat'ii-
llne nnd Kllsabeth C.unn. Marlon W Van-
derhoef, Marjorle Vieulaml, Ilutilee
lteech.r. Hinrletii Hishop. Hleanor Cliase
of Wateihuiy, Cum, and M.ugatet Fret-
ter of Cleveland. Ohio Al the tea labia
.vein Mrs. David S. Uoodtiow and Mrs
Kim K. tilliett. Dancing followed the
Mrs Francis S Hangs gave another of
the receptions of thn day at ltU WesI
Sevenly-thlnl street fur her daughter,
Miss Helen C Hangs Itecevn with tile
debutante wero tin. Misses Lucy loird,
Anna SMugls, Hirah Schuyler nutlrr,
Katharlno Fitch, Mary Hangs and Marion
Chapln and the sister-in-law of the debu
tante, Mrs. Henry MeComb llings.
Mrs. John Caldwell Coleman gave a in
ception at 167 West Suventy-lhltd street
to Introduce her daughter, Miss Fiances
Kineison Coleman. At the t. i table weie
Mrs. Henry M Alden, .Miss Mowers, Miss
McAllster and Mrs. W.illir Ihuersoii
Woodford. Tho debutantes tecelvlng weie
thn Misses KlUalKth M.iche (ioiild, Mar
garet Miller of lllehinond, Va ; Miss Louise
It. Ffford of Moston, Miss Constance Mur-rav-.
Miss Catherine Murray, Mis. C.itho
rl.ie 1'. Terry and .Miss l.tllic Thlvlny ot
Miss Ablgnll Ciiinbell I nlroilileed.
Mrs. Alexander D. Camlull gave u re
ception at 131 Itiversldii Drlvu to Introduce
her daughter, Miss Abigail Alison Cambill
Those who lecelvdl with Mrs. Cainbcll
ami the ilchutiiiito weie the Missis !er
trudo l.athrop, Maurinu Cuitls, Mary
lloy.l, Maigaret Do Mills mid L'dltli Linton.
Mis. James II. Hatch and the Misses
Helen Hunter and Hllzuheth Mruco were
at the ten table. Following the reception
there was a dinner and danco for thu re
ceiving party and a few extia guests,
anioiiK whom were the Misses Jessie
Hod and Hugenla Hurrle, Kenneth
Sp.nce, Ornyson l.atlirop, Henry D. (iray,
Jr, nadford Hngllsli, Itobert Clarke,
Charles Wlninn, Fiatik Marvil, Klugsley
lloberls, Le Hoy Homo and la on
Abbett. Jr.
Another debutant" was Miss Marlon
Janet Ilecker. daughter of .Mih. Charles
H. Ilecker, for whom a reception was
given by her mothir at S30 Park avenue
Receiving with Mrs. Meeker and her
daughter wero the Misses Nuoinl Androw.
Mary F, llrynn, Ksthur Cleveland, Doris
Andrews, Wealthy Lewis, Muriel Tultle
and Adeline llotchklss. Aflerward theie
was n theatre parly at the New Amsti r
dam Thentro to see "Tho Llttlo Cafe,"
followed by n supper at Shrrry's. Those
who Joined the tin aim parly weie Nelson
T. Shields, Itnnilolph West, Wlllliim C
Palmer, John lilnv.r, la inoiul Fish
Hainllton Vreelnnd, Dr luglls Ftost und
llutligatu Uuckur.
7, 1918.
I he
I'll-st for tin- Season OrKOlllseil
li) Allss I'torence .liiines.
The flist for (his season of a i-erles of
subscription dames organized by Miss
rioienee James was given last night III
the ballioom at the St. ldgls. The pa
tronessi.K piisenl wre Ml. Henry S.
l-'lemlng, Mi. C. (Iiosvenor Wyeth. Mrs.
Wilbur Illnodgood, Mrs. Joseph Maker
limit tie. Mi. Henry l.nwretice Uurnett
! nml Mrs. Clermont Livingston Hest.
ArnntiK thu subscribers to the dnnces
ate Mr. Iteglnald C. Vnndcrbllt, Mr. and
Mis. John C. Colcmnn, Mrs. I,. Itlchard-
mid Mrh. ( omthindt S. Vim Itensselner, 1
Mlfs Atmlln lloyt, Mr. ntnl Mth. John
Harrelt, Dunbar Wright, Allen Korbes
ami Capt Ivan Wise of Syracuse. J. Liv
ingston I'teeborn, William T. Tomllnson, I
Allan Hum', Jeremiah lleall, Louis Keller,
SII.ih Dayton, M, Allen Warren nml Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Jo;ies.
The next dance of the series will take ;
plncu on December 0. .
DiiMKhlcr of .Mr. nml Mrs. Ferguson!
W, K Ilrldr of A. II, l,u renee.
Tho wedding of Miss Clertrude Koos, 1
dniightfr of Mr. and Mrs. Kerguson W.I
Koos, and Arthur H, Lawrence of this city '
took place In the Church of the lleav-j
enly Itest stcril,iy afternoon, the I'.ev.
Heibert Shlpman, the lector of the church,
The bride entered the rhuich with her
fnther, who gavo her away. She wore a'
gown of white satin draped with old I
point lace. Her veil of lace, which was '
win 11 by her mother when a bride, fell over .
a long court train, and she carried a bou
quet of white roses nnd til It n of the val-J
ley Miss l;il?.abeth Lawrence, sister of
the bridegroom, was thu maid of honor.
The other attendants were tlie Misses
Harriet Lummls, Marjorle Drowning ami
Anetla Weaver of this city and (larreita
Itehnul of St. James. L. I. They were
dr.ssed nlike In costumes nf apilcut char
incus.' tllmmed with cream lace and fin
ished with pale blue tulle tunics bor
dered with fur They wote hats of brown
elv.t and tulle and carried pink sun
burst roses.
Lawrence S. Hutli r was hest man. The
usheis weie H!ijamln r Tower. Philip
Hover. II. Marshall Smith and Alexander
After the ceremony tlnre wa a recep
tion at the home of the bride's parents,
T,7 West Flftv. fourth tnfl. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lawrence left for a short trip. They will
sail for Hurope later, to be abroad f r
about two months.
111 llli Welch.
New H.vvi.w Dee. .; -Miss Cra Dem
Ing Welch, daughter of Mis. Pierce N.
WcMi of lb!" citv. and Pi of David Slim-
lev Smith of tin Yule setiool of llltlslc,
were iii.iiH.m1 beie to-d ly In th- home of
the brid
mother Th" matron 01 nonor
was Mr Chillis W lis dross or nurt
foi'd. a slst.r of tie Inlde William 'III
wold Smith in tul a lieet man for his
la-other. Tin I lid.' f'.ther was th- late
Pierce N Wfleh. mesldent of the First
National Hit.k of thi city.
Illed.rt lingers.
MoorpsToWN'. N J. Dee 0. Miss Flor
ence F Kog-r. ilnii'.'ht'T of the l ite John
S lingers, and Dr Chillis C. Ilieibrl, of
Philadelphia, wei. niaiilid lure this .ve
iling 111 the home ..f Pie bride's mother,
Mrs i:mily Kngns. Miss .loephltie Scott
nf Philadelphia at.,1 Miss Mildred Hen
ti.is of Moorestown were the bililes
m.ilds The couple started on a wcddlrg
trip throush Ca 'fortila
Mctropolltnu Museum n ll.ler nt
the Cooper A (rlftlth Sole.
There was "st.i! '1 eg rrnni out)" .it tin.
. .'I illilll.g ftes.-'ll ei-teril.t llltemoon of
tl.e Cot t" r .V- .irifllth s de iu the rooms
of the Amere .ill All Assn. uilloii. Mail.-
male fin, itn up. or toe largest
crowds of tin m'.imhi asseii.bieil, and gr.at
Interest was manliest. d in the dlspeisil
of tlie art pli es. most of which were old
lurniture of sevinteenth and .ight.enth
century English maiiutaetuiu.
The highest prl. e. howev.r, Jl.ir.n, was
llutlerUK'd l,v Major liorst'.eld tor a I'Knilsli
nr o .,' I iiiDestiy. sev.iiiteenth c.titiuy, which had
rl(j ' tor its suojeci ' .iii'-i-ji on. i .v.ii'.n
Ipearing Heforo i'haraoli " In it the mou
nt.)! is shown Mated upon .i c.mopled
1 tlnotie. with Mn-es and Anron In Iront of
I him and the Children of Israel l.i the
,1,,1.r,. ,(,,.i,,,. ,, their ,ienarluie
from l:gi't
Major llorllel.l also purenas-ii some
oak Ctoniwellian cbairn for flinu. a ma
hogany knee hole il.sk .,f the Kngllsh
eighteenth centut for f3H'. nil Ktiellsh
mahogany card table for $3.. and a ma-link-any
"pie crust' table for 210
The Mctt.ipohtaii .Museum of Art paid
2u for un iu k niiiiilmenl chest of the
early sixteenth ooitury Knglisli manti
tactiire The top and sides of the chest
were closely bound with snaps of Wl ought
lion, with ends of lleur-de-lls il.sign.
Miss lilies purchased a sevenletnth cen
tury oak ref. ctoiy table Willi rounded
cornels and shaped cleats lugged to the
base lor 47n. F. VOakes paid lixu
for an oak draw top table, nnd J. N
Phelps Stokes bought an oak lourt cup
board for 42.'..
.Mrs Theodore- New bolt paid $125 for a
mahogany china i.iblnet. Mr lilunding
bought six mahogany chalts for f 125. Ar
tlius S riiay paid J'10 for a pair of
Chippendale mirrois, carvid and glided,
and f.!"'i lor a mahogany side table.
other sales were- A mahogany arm
.hair to Irwin rntetinver for S.'5i, an
Inlaid ebony table lor 255 and a wal
nut arimhalr for $3"ii to William Skln
n.r, a iiiahogany tall clock to K. A
(ieorgo for 3,T), a mahogany four post
bed to James Fen. mme Cooper for Jl'i.".,
a walnut settee to It II L.UII ell?:, agent.
lor JililO, an oak banging cupboard to
M. Flugg for J21H. an oak iliesser to Dr
Williams for I2;0 and an oak cupboard
to Mr Mllinslde for JS.'.'i.
Thu lolal toi the session was 110.01 50.
makbig tlui Cooper ,x C.rlftlth grand
total '-7,12
sole of .liilui II. Webster Orlriitnl
Art ToluU f II l,:ill'J.
Tlie beaulifur Jades and a"vud crys
tals of t.lm John II. Webster collection of
Oriental art were tho centre of Interest
111 thu last i-essiiiti of tho ualo yesterday
afternoon In thu Anderson galleries, Mad
ison avenuo and Fortieth strict.
Two of the clalor.itely carved crsstals
topped the list of prbes nt I'.iOO ea. h, F
W. Kaldenbei'g Sons buying both. One
of thent vv.m Jar shaped, supported by
branchcu of tlio jie.ich tre.i bearing fruit
On the front of the Jar was carved the
deity to the peacji ami on tin other side
wns carved penter riding on n bird of
paradise, which represents Immortnllty
Thu vases vere each about thirteen Inches
In height and rested 011 carved teakwood
Kaldenberg & Sons's other purchases
Included a vaso of pork fat Jade for Mini,
a Jade brush holder for Mlu; a J.nle cov
ered bowl and stand for M"0, a white
Jade vase for 1270. a light gice.niu.li Judo
bow l for 3110, a Jade coupo with tinted !
Ivory stand for 300, a iiuihsIvo Jado
vasu thirteen Inches In height, for x,0
and a translucent moss green Jado howl
for ?3iiu
A massive tombstone Jado ornament rep
resenting tho hoiI of the dead crossing
tho heavenly river .olil to M, J. Smith for
I7O0, Mr. Smith also bought a Jade
vase for J275 and a pair of Jado allar
candlesticks for fulfi
ll. It. Fround bought a Fl Tsui Jado
vaso for fsmi and a pilgrim bottle shaped
Jado vase for fr.25, D, (1. Dery paid
$235 for a Jade hanging vaso nnd M7".
for a lock ost.il amulet .1, It, Popo
paid $1 mi for a rose quartz vase and
"An Extraordinary Opportunity"
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
At Unrestricted Public Sale
" The kind of products of the loom betide which all but the noblest
works of art seem thin and inexpensive." THE TIMES.
"Beautiful pieces such as only occasionally come on the market."
TO-MORROW (Monday), Tuesday and Wednesday
Afternoons at 2:30
The Very Valuable Stock of
Antique and Modern
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
and other Beautiful Textiles,
An Important 1 16th Century Ispahan Rug
cf the Well Known Firm n(
John T. Keresey & Co.
The sle will lie r-inilii. led h MM. I IIOMA.S I'.. KIIIIIV
sil(c.l lit Mr. Oltii llernet of
II i:tt 'J .Id Ntreel, Mmllsun mi. Miuth. ew lork.
A. C Heatty bought another, with orig
inal eover and stand, for 111..
..... ....,,. uK III . I.
making the grand total for the el,st,r
VUIICI llt.ll T , ...... wv.
to . .r, r.i
Kilerheloier Collrrllnii n 1111 If" (
lit I'rlnl Ciililnel linllerli's,
Itlehard IMerhelmer Is making an el-
tempt to increase tlie Interest of . onnois
seiirs in the eollertltig ot drawings anil
skftehes of tho old masters and has not
only brought to this .otiutry an . xtensive
collection, which he Is showing to the , wi
ll, in the galleiles of the lMlnt Cabinet.
IH.il I'lfth six tunc, but bas inildished a .
lUMiilotis tatalogiie of them. Willi a iref
ntorv essay and much data of Intenst
The dia w ings are In thr.e groups .nni- j
ltive schools and masters of the Hixteuith
cinturv, the ieveiiteenth century nnd
I'rench and English in lists. Among
the artists repnseiited by original
drawings aie Albeit Purer. Mantgiia,
Iteinbrandt. Cctllo. Titian, tJrciue. I'rinl
hon, Hans Meinllng. Itubelis. Mllllllo und
Ostade. I
The llenibrandl drawing Is a large com- i
position on a m tholcglcal subject 111 the I
muster's bold.sl manner His .liavviiigs on ;
...viiioloelciil sublets are rare, Ir. W. 1!
Valentliier of the Metropolitan .Museum of ,
A. i M.tvs. anil lie accle.l
Ills Hie pteseni
Mieclmeii as being gtnulne and places t
aboul the period 1M5. 'lho ltembran.lt
drawings In America are not many, mid
iV was ,i matter of . egret to s.udui.s r
Kemtiraiidi inai wo.-.i .n-.- h.-.v
tine collection of Membratidts was sold
In Amsterdam last suminer none of the
Iteinbrandt thatwh.li the great lies, i -
drawings lounu us way ucre.
I'.ipires Sild.lelll 111 n llool. "l(irc
Here f I t-t PUellsr
Hear Adm.ral Kossuth Niles. F s V
tetired, of Wmsted, Corn, died sjd.l.''
,.f heart disease yesterday tn.irn.t.g r
the book store of K A Cotider at . I
Fifth uvenuc lorner of Twenty-e.ght'i
etr.-et He was stopping at tlie II .!.'.
Van lteii"selaer at 15 Kast Kleventh sire. '
Hear Adnnral Ntles was horn '. June
14, 140. at Melleville, 111 He was Pie
son of Nathaniel Nile- and Mat-la I.ou.sa
Thoma Ho served in the .ivll war ae a
member of the H2d Illinois Vo'.untee-s
and at the conclusion of the war entered
the Naval Academy, from which he was
graduated In P
lie was In charge of the Kighth d "
trlet of the lighthouse Inspection sen. e
from ll't'l to 1S'"3. commanded the !ei
uiligton on the Pacllle station from l"iM to
l'.trtl and the Huston on the same se-vlce
the following ear II.- wae d( tailed as
general inspect"! of ordnance at the New
York navy vnrd )n l'.'Or. and wis kef
In that post for three v ent
ile cominatuled the battleship Louisiana
ill the around the world tour of the rnri
lean lleet lu l'.'0.l!H,'.i, on h.s reuirn
he was made a member of tlie lutluhouse
board and from IHlrt to his relliemeni
through age on June H. 1011. was presi.
dent "f the naval examining and retiring
boards, with h-aduuartei s at Washing
ton. He was a 'lieiob. i of the Now Y.n
Yacht Club, the Army and Navy clubs
of New York and W , Ellington, the Mil;
tary Order of the Luv.il Legion ami the
United States Naval Institute.
He was mairiid on De.'ember 31, p,3,
to KlUaheth Challoner of Melleville, 111 I
I lit ivur. I Abbott I'l-iiiilmiiii.
HoNKPPAli:, Pa, Dec. i'.. Kdwanl Ab
bott Peiuiiman, 7S y. lis old. and for
many eais editot .ii.il plipilet.M of the
Cillieil, died to-day. He was the elde-t
son of the late FiancH M I'.nninian,
founder of the Icmocnil, luttr enllid the
Cifltrii. Hi! Is Ulivlved by his wife,
Anna Hluod I'etiitlmaii. who i i.vng at
the point of death from luait tumble.
Itobert IL llliiiilnii.
Pl.AI.SKIKI.Ii, N. J.. Pec ,1 -Unbelt K.
Mhinlng, an eli.trlcal cngiii.ci. dlid al
his home In Chatham strict tu-d.i.v lie
was tills, n 111 ton iniiiitlis ago in Lima,
Peru, where he was constructing a llghl
and power plant, llu was bom in Cum
beilaiidshlre, Kngland. Ile was a Ihlity
sccond degree Mason. His wile and two
sluteis BUI vivo hlni.
Xlra. Wlllliim II. Miner.
Mis. Mary II. Tlmpsnil Sllger, wife or
William K Stlgor, a.lawer of 110 Mroad-
Wines J
For Holiday Gifts
Special Assorted Cases
$4.00, $5.00, $6.75, $1 1 .50
Otdtt now for later dtlhcrti,
H.T. Dewey & Sons Co.
Mlrrx nf Pure Whirs Slid (irspe .lulre
M YKAHS IN III SINU.S.S (It'll fll AltAN'l IT,
IU ri LION ST. and 81 NASSAU ST . N. Y.
wa. died vestenla.v at her home. 1"X
Wist Sevei iy-tliiiil stieel Mr Htlger Is
a llt etor ol the N'eve orlf and l.thlgh
''l Coinhanv and a trustee of the Hoa
. .. r. -.
In ' ork Tieilnj.
city Planning Exhibit, I'tiblle Mhrary,
Cot ly -se. mid stteet and I'ifth avenue.
Iliiileiu Socialist l-'iutim, lertllrn on
"tndiistrliil IMui at ion." I.i mix Casino,
r.iith stieel iind Lenox 11 venue, I'. M.
iiriler ol i:ils. inemiirlal servlies, 116
.st Coin-third sli.et, X:l.'. I'M.
M in. .1 . 1 1 seivi.es for inemliers of tha
I'nliie I ii'p.irlinent, St Tlinmas.s Cluireh,
I'lfth avitiuo mid rifiy-lhli.l street.
I f. M.
Manhattan Single Tax Club, leetura
b Marlon M. Miller on "The (iovem
inent's Klist Wimig Slip Iu Taxation,"
IT Wist I'lirty-seeonil strut, evening.
I'nlvusity .-'. til. in nt l'liium. lectura
1 Mecr London mi "The Worker und
the Law'," PI l.ldi'.dge -tl.et, evenltig.
MeAiile.v Water Street Mission, uunl
veisarv serv li i s, 1110 Wat. i street, 3 I'. M.
.il'.l 7 .11. i I'. M
Mi'.t.iig In iminoiv of IMgur liardner
Muiplii. Lthieal Ciiltute Auditorium.
!- x;y-fiu'illi slr.et and c-nti.il I'ark
W.st. I' M.
Lin.uiuel Msterli.i.id of Personal Ser
vice, twen'.v-llfth annlvi Tsaiy eeieiir.-u
.,,, -ivninlc Kmanti-el. Fui ty-thlrd
,,,,. . l-'tf tli avenue, x .an P. M
rvires commemorative of those, who
tie.) honor of
. diversity. St Paul s Chapel
,.(1lmi,.,4 diversltv. St Pal
" ' ' ;
h"p will dellv.-r Hie sen,,,,
Casslus J.
t.VII st.VIDN r-
mi l.
,l,.n e 1.1 tla"
. i -
lb,,,, i. line I' lie
.ixtli ..ir el In
t l. nwn It
I'lllier.ll selvUes .11 her l.tl.
M.Ml.lay 4t'..TI,UOU nt I' ...
Iliellt private
111 i ) ' I ' l.iimry
l'untr.i' svrvi. e m Till:
- uce en
I I Slllt.v
I'lll'IH'll.-' Jll West Twenti thp.l sire l
il'i.uii. Il I'aiupl'.'U III.U i. "i. M niduy
nl .' lAl.iek Alltulllutitl-l .oit.v
K1.M1 At ll.it- lilatise. .. .1 I-. r in tier
11,13. .VI. xiiti.lcr Kins. as I eat
I', metal pilv'te II Is e.irtesio i..ili'str.l
Dial in, lIuHits l.o fflil.
.M'ul!li --un I', ninl.er bill i.lut.-
witit nt I,l,lu W Mini. .i.i it I. liil
Tweiil .eluhtll street
Servlies si the hens 1. 1 list el,. iiv h t er Mrs
Hi, Ml s.ct.tt. SIS Ten iku ,n.. is S'..
HrUlllou. si.tleii Mull I .M'.li.liu lie
-enili.'r v S:3o I' M A'liiii'i .mil L'ltve-
ItllHl ..l.t-rs ple.l.e . np
STKil.ll d ii Suiur.liii. p.'. e-i,'.. r '. 1513,
.Mlltv II Tlllkps,,,, Mile of t 11,111, IZ.
HtlS'CI ,111. 1 ilHllKlll.r ul Hie il Juillas
L. ..li t l.ui:retl.i I'rury Alums
I'uneiul servues will be held ut her late
tetblen.e la W'.-.t Seveiitv ihir.l street,
on Tu,'s.a nlteriie.,11. tie- lull Intl., 4
u .link, liilei ineiit at liicenwoeil
WUUll- Al lllell 111, Ige. lleceniber 5. 11113,
Henry Hlmtwell Wimd, hatband of l-teila
M Wenu Won. I
llelallvrs ,u,i) frleii'li. Hre Invited 1 1 intend
the tiiner.il fri.iu IiIm lute reti.leiu-e, 1
Hum Hum ru id. Uleii Ul.'.s'. nn .Minu.iy,
tin ember ", I'JIS, at I'-Sii P M In
terment private. Kltull) omit fiirs.
In MriiinrMiii.
M. I., .null. In
. . Illl.er 1
In loving nis-ner. n HuBh
. Iu il. p.ri. .1 in. s if i.
t Nlllllll AhlilK.
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