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THE SUN, FMDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915.
9 PHILHARMONIC PLAYS BEETHOVEN MUSIC ENGLISH PORTRAIT " This Afternoon at 2:30 Concluding Tomorrow (Sat.) nt the same hour SALE TOTALS $17,272 Icst Price in Hood Collection Paid for "Little I'lnlo r "" i ii ii i i l . At The A merican Art Galleries Mndlson Square South, New York The Due D'Avaray Collection Beautiful Old Laces More Than Thirty Rare and Fine 17th and 13th Century Tapestries and other Valuable Artistic Property Scvciilli KvpiiIhj; Concert l)c vol nl lo Ovcrlnrp, Concerto iiml 1'iflli Sympatliy. Plnycr.; Ml!. KHKISLKH NOT IX FORM BIDS NOT SENSATIONAL. T t. seventh evening concert of the ilMrmonlc Society nl Carnegie Hall I'wn'ng was devilled to mule bv lifi'tnnv) ii The numbers chc-seti for per 'a nui' o wero the "Dedication of the iiiui overture, the violin concerto nrul !h tilth unphony. Tho solo player was F 'fn Kicisbi-, whoc present popu wis ihntonatratcd liy the Unustiil ,,. d' i lie audience The seat were ml r (i i id the standing room was unduly ,.! I Tim applause which follow.'! c nl.i miib of On concerto wus kng md VnfOtOUS. Neve helm the performance of the mnli was not an aderiunte exhibition of Mr. Kimalrr's art. lie lias often played tse c.uoorto bottcr, and for the matter f that ho have several other violinists. U'h itewr may have been the reaaon the interptetatlon was wanting In breadth nnd penetration. Thern wn little of that large and authoritative utteranco nh.li we are accustomed to expect fiom iiih master of tho violin. Furthermore there wei places, particularly In the 1 rt movement, In which Mr. Kretsler i ulu'xed In vagaries of accent which (lis i .rtcd Iteethovcn'a rhythm.". This ec icntrlHtv was grc-Mlv to lm deplored In ., i TtNt of Mr. KreMer's Mnndlnr? M- Slranky without doubt startled roue if his hearers by the manner In which he read the opening mimire of the llf'h symphon.. fr he discarded tho !-et. rhul pause after the hold, a pause hleh has become so cutomary that it is almost a tradition. Out lovers of evtual fidelity must keep In tnlnd the ic; that there Is no hint of this pause n the more. The hold Is written on lie hilf note which tnrmlnates the procla--nt. on df tit" germinal Idea of the move nent. and thete is no evidence that licet- ,M.n evM-tod a modification of theelghth noto rfst after the halt note. Thit the lainlllar pause adds a strong tli ir.i.il effect to this part of the sym thon Ik unnutlonab!e, but It Is the dittv nf every conductor to render unto l!e"'h'icn that which Is Depth, veil's, and Mr Str.inelcy mutt be applauded for his .iilh.-i nice to his text The overture is not orten plajed now. Ii was written at reqtiwt In the summer f lv.'2 fo- the opening of the Jnsephstnilt The, -re. Vlntm. Hi the ensuing autumn, nhen It figured js part of III-- musk' to t i tty dull "festival' pWy by Ctrl Mil We one Schlndier tlio fu?al do- elo'vuftit after the llandellnn manner, an he sung. Med It to lb ethovcti. It Is, of ' u-n. g"M imiklc. but It Is not vital Ith the fill! 1.1 oil of Heethoen' genius, .ind Its infrequent perfornMiice causes no erl'HK loss to the mtiHc losing public, "n th other httld. tile llfth symphony i .in luidly l' hen-!! too often, espi-dally l' first movement, which Is the supreme cvm i,e of 1 erfectlon In musical ft mi ntM if i. hit itiieh r feet I mi can offer In the tl'M or upllltlng mtpt:ml tienuty. PAUL DRAPER'S RECITAL. SlnmT Willi l.lttlr Vnlci- hut (inutl .MiKlclntiRhlti. I'n i1 Hr.iiK'r, tenor, (rave t!ie ioimiiiI in a an ,ex of three Iieder re.-ltnlf ycsterdit fiei ii.mii ,t ti.t. !.l:t!c Theatre. He feepil a i-ri.iritiim.! f oonce hy llraluus and it sen-ed well to omneet tho rum tnwitainn of tiio othci tu rwtltulit, namely, by r jiixj hy Schubert and h I .-.. Se'imn.itm nnd Mouw-orirxki. Tho snnKH of yesterday' lint were: "V rn du mlr itiwallun Ine.heht," "Ks neii ir m'r h'h r.d dlr thetier," "Ach. nle illeen Itllck " "I'ln Svhniir illo I'erf nn I'erle," "lliitnohitft," "Vler.'Hrnete ' i- lewre," "f) Itomnie holdn Soimner. nfti'l't." "SomtnorliwHlen.'' "Ah:iilani. menu "Ini V aideiivainkeli" nnd "V rr.itli." Mi I irn.ier's HtiuittK offend rn new f.iiurik foi ivtislilemthm. -Many of tin !iet mi.tHx of n liner vo)il ltitrprtii'.lop in.-1 ii mule hi work of Interest. Hi fini ril in altuiitiiiK toado full Justice 10 ')n i miper'N lift.'tit led him at tliiHK :o a. - xasTterntioii of verbal epiphanl thHt detiaited in u nnwnurt. fiom tin " i-entfiil enju) in.-tit of n rung and hi detie ' in')- ill ll :nuleill Ulliilltj of voire u i I 'laiiily a drnwlwtek In u'h nuni Win i the "Knur Serloua Sons'-." Here iihta in exirelon rould not make rp to t'.e heitrer the lotos felt. li. liraper hud a nuirh larser audience t'lan at lnt ueek'n roclt'll and one that m.itiif. Htin.1 tmu'h pleai-ure. ll liked ro iiiiie'. Ini delivery of the "(I koniniti holde hi rii ic'u" lhat In- hud to rtient It U i.il lli'-ttln wiiH an uhle nnsiHIant in 1 lay nz i in' iieiiippanlitifiitH. Iiiiii I'ulile Hull' Iti'Mlori-il, Te riiminercl.il ("able (onipan- an nnni .ii i-i'i'iil.iv the ri.tal)llhnii'iit of the the rent deferred inte on pren.i uu' npt to and from KnRlnnd- IMii) n mill I'ln) its. The Knars Club will slve a dinner at Ast'ii on Sunday nlsbt. January 31, In miM ot jfiry J. Cohan. The speaker will "p K.ither John Talbot, Irvln S. Cobb, !uill.-v rield Malone, Itennold Wolf, ieorze M Cohan, Ham H. Harris and Pere Wlllains. The New York I.odi?o of Ulks h.ui re i rvcl lliiri seals for to-nlRht at Haminer pIii's Vh-torlii Thcatio In honor of their V.low imunher .liu-'lc Wilson, who Is head- iiriit 'h hill. Jeff Davis of tho Hotel l'e 'ilnk Is atinouneed for an cntrnKfinvni it this theatre next week. At tli" new Amstoid.iiii Theatre this I'tirtuBm there will he a rpeelnl per 'irmance of "Watch Your Step" for the UineBt of nit'inbers of tb "Chin Chin" company who will m'.tend In a body. Uter the flnul enjaKcinent of "The hi 'ne Domino" at the Korty-fourth Street Theatro next week William A. Hrady will present Uohert Mantell In Shaliosperlan epertoire, heKinninc on February 1. Hilly Heeves of the original ZlefrfeM Vol' i s will appecir In the "Midnight Fi-olic" on tho now Amstenlam Tho.itro roof next Monday night. In it York To-ilny. West Side Club. addres hy Adjutant . aeral Louis W. Stotesbury on "National I if fence," 270 Wost KlBhty-fourth atre et, 'in P. M. New Bra Club, lecture by Park Com "iliaioner Wara, 2T1 Kant Broadway, S : M. T.iiual Franchise Society, lecture by C. Hinedlot, Kast Thlrty-sovcnth strcot, 1 A. M. New York Btato Factory Invostlsatlna; '""nmilltee, hearing, meeting room of I'uh . i- Service Commission, 10:30 A. M. International Pure Milk and Food 1 e ikuii, ineetltnr, Hotel Astor, 2 :3Q 1". M. Manhattan Trndo School for fllrls, idiiatinR exorcises, Washington Irvlnir I km S. hool. S P. M. ll'iiliiK on pollen conditions, Hotel Mai I 'll.JUO, S I'. M. Smut) of Chemical Industry, nieotlns, Itini fuid Hall. 30 Kant Forty. first utrcet, ' . P M. IjoiIiiic on "KwaMillal Factots In Poul . Manaiinmriit" hy Hubert P. Trak. v 'en oihoi-n luill, Columbia Wnlverslt) , ' .M '' T'lea're Club. mrethiB. Hotel I' M "il Tie -a i 'a! A--.IH ii, j ii.ce.tnC . ' .1 . 1 I' II ,..Tii ..i.u..i.n .ntcc, ' , 'litc.1 Mnuhanaii, 4PM 'a 'nria Delia Frtitornlty, dinner, .lolel Astor, 7 V, M, i ' ' " "Well, what MISS MASTERTON IS GUI inn y nnin nnrnrt 'lemmiu. wore n rosiume 01 paie pinw uk W M , Ik'n KK k'nl chiffon and a hat of nllver hue and i Hi mlLIUUll O UIXIUU n.t She carried a bouquet of Ophelia JIaii.v Itolat i voj. and I'ricniN Set; I'rt'tl Wctltliiijr l.'erc iiiony. The re-hlinR of Mlns Dorothy .MaMer- ton. dauRh.er of Mr,. K. Sejtnour Mas- tetton of ltlderlel l, N. .1. to ti.orce Warren Miller, son of Mr. and Mm., Andrew M'ller of Hait.-dal. N Y.. and this clt, to. k place j.sterday afternoon In the rhtir"h of the Iti '.iriiatlou. Many wortii rtowen. relaties and friinds were present tor Mr u)Upr j,.niK nr ; .Hf s.-v-the (crenmii). whlcli was performed by ,,,,.,.,.,) pllw.t will i-lxe a dinner and me new uooeit ' .Mas-.-rum or kioko- field, a brother of the hrlde, Miss Musterton intend the church with her brother-in-law, .Vthur M Dunvrh'ir) , who uave he- ntvi). She wore a (town of white ch'fl'on aid satin, trimmed with rH point lsce, and her veil of tulle iidU'ed wltll point lace fell the entlro lencth of Hie train S' k cirrled a bou qui-t of Hilts of toe u)l ai.d white or chids Atnom lr on am. s was a neck-; Copyright, ainji ' fi inlaw Mrs. George Warren Miller, lace of pearls, which had been an ho'r- loom In the bridegroom s family. Jill 111 UIC uinnftivuiii 4 u,.,,.. Af.j 1 l 1 iiw.nl, ir, hnr Bls'f's matron or honor and Artnur M. n...K..- i.. nia iiu Min Mm nn. tenbury's costiune wan of palo blue satin charmouse. with which she wore a bat of silver luce to correspond with ner cos- tume. She carried n bouquet of pink r0Be(1 - Lo' Hoy Miller was his brothers best man The ushws wero John W. Stoddard of Hoaton, Rdwnrd S. Moiro, Harr) Van Courtlandt Fish and J. Hassott Wlnmlll of this city. After the ceremony the members of the bridal pattv and the Immedlato families met at the Hotel nucKltiKham Later Mr. and Mrs. Miller left on their wedding trip. They will sail soon for Huenos Ayres. where they will mako their home. Iln I In n 1 1 ne Morten ii. The wedding of M'fs Helen Ithlgely 1 Morgan, daughter of M. and Mi'- Lan caster Morgan, to John Holms Ilallantlne. son of Mr and Mrs .1 Herbert Hal laidllle of Now" V I , look place nl 4 o'clock )f ! rday afternoon in tint ' thantry of Ht Thotnis's Church The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white satin and point loco and a. vol! ot tulle. Sho car- arc you going to do rled a bouquet of orchldn and lilies of tho I valley. I Minn Constance I'etliody, her only at tendant, wore n ro.itume of pale pink llk roseM. ::r!..-r: W. liallantlr.e. t..i.e nr the bridegroom, nun Hie beet man. The uh era were Donu!lon Hark. IVunk V. Cady, Hollo Illanchard, Onborne Nichols , and William II. Taylor. Immediate:)- after the ceremon) there, ; was n rereptlon at the home of the htlde s ! parents. ISO West I-'ifty-nlnth street. Jtr. and Mrs. Ilallantlne will ro to California I on men ncuuiiix ii-j . I NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD, ' M Claiutiee Wlnthrop Howen n ill el( dnn.e to nic-ht at Sliem's? f' her . debutante diuiirhter. Miss Itotami Went- lh,tr.. i.artv this evening for her nine... Mist Ksthcr .lennlnKs Auclilii'doss There will be a dihtinRUl'hct Katherin'i I to-night for tho founders nltrht of the Paul Jones Clul) In tho Delia Itobhia room of ' the VandfiWIt. j n't ,U . r .... u t.r .),.,, . ...i ., 1 nn 111 ll . . i ti- ... ,i . u.r ruum I i- ., i .1... ..r .. ki.,1. ... tio divided botwecn two city charities, was IIOII tlUll1 iniAnnr ii. i. ..i.il t.i,' i,. Hnan?1 a' kZ' SeventynM; . . . ... ........ ..i t. i. . street. The oliier ilanrea will no held on Thursday nlirlils successively at the homes I of Mrs James Mrown, Mrs William n, lleiijamiii. .Ut. Jame. 11. Clews. Mrs. I.yt- tleton Fox. Mrs. Irwin Powell and Mrs. C AUKUstu Kpiockiih. Mr. and Mrs. Jweph C. Wllmerilim; of Pelham Manor K.ive a dinner last cvo. nltiK at tho Now York Athletic Club. "' "' ",' ' Travers Island, to celebrate the twentieth U'nme-t. l anniversary of their marrhutn. There! wero forty at the dinner, utter which thero, HENRY MARTYN N0E. j was a dnr.o. Mrs. John II. Alexandro pavo a Kinull , c mljln Merchant Mini Veternn dance last nlKlut at her, home. If, Kast! j Fifty-third utrcet, for her daURhter, Miss f th 4'III Mar, I ,nnn Alexandre. Her KUoiL, pearly all uHnry Martyn Noe, for many years .1 dehulantes of tho se.uioii. ramc front din- i-onmilwHtosi merchant In West WnshinBtJii ners Klvcn by Mrs. 11. Fulton Cuttlnc and , Market, died yesterday at his home In the Mrs. N. Thayer Hobb. Nevada npai tments, Ilroadwny and Sixty- Mrs (Horse J. liould and Mrs. Anthony ninth Mreet, after a brief Illness, i J Drexi l. Jr , will Rive dinners on I Mr. No was born In New Yorlt seventy I Wednesday evcnlnir. A danco will follow years pro. He was a law student In tho at Mrn. Hould's home. rnlverslty of Michigan when the rlvll war Adi Ian luelln will nlve a dance on .land- ' began, and thouttli only 11 years old ho inry 2S at his home, 711 Fifth a enue, ! hurried back to Now York to enlist. He for his nitre. Miss Adrlenno lselln. iecelved an appointment from President i The Mis'i'H Hewitt will ic'Ve a muslcale . Lincoln as a Ma.Met'n Mate aboard the I followod hy dancitnc at their home, 9 l.ex- frlKato Sablno and served throusthout tno Inirton avenue, on Januiry 2!i. Dinners wero KUen last evening by Mrs. Stuyvcsant Fish nnd Mrs. IMwanl .1. lierwind. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Olrobcl have returned to New York after a six weeks trip through California and are at their home In the Montana, 37S Park avenue, ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. i .Mrs. Stenhen fl Williams has an inouiiced the engagement of Miss Frances HI. Wyeth, her daughter by a former mar- liage. to ICdwnrd Kenneth Hadden, eon' of Mr. -nnd Mrs. Harold F. Hadden of i -... r,. ' tt, ,un tm this Clt. -MISS N VHII, HUD IS One Of "evoral dnttehters, in a (rranddaufrliter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Frederick rpwil - rl'lRO of this city. Mr. Madden, who went tu Harvard University, Ih now a student i i" .r-"'"'"'"?- '"V "-"" "" ding will probably take place In the spring. The Higagement haa been announced of Mrs. lCmma Mandcvllle Hovenor, widow of Itobert Hevenor. to Ilrlg.-Oon Fred, erlck Appleton Hmlth, U. H. A., retired. Tho wedding will tnko place Wednesday l t ' uome ui uiv urme n sisicr, .mi s. iia Wayne. Hallett. 274 Wt Fighty-fourth street. (Sen. Smith has mado his home of lato at the Army and Navy Club, this city lleforo his retirement from nctlvo , service in 1(113 ho was In command of the Fifin Jirigaur. wnicn went to vera Crur,. mid he also pasted t.ome tlmo In the Philippines, llninillet for Ml." Davis In Jnll. Comm'.SHloner of Corrootlon Kathenno II D.ivls was the guest of honor at n re ception and banquet by Warden Henry () Srhlcih and attactica of 'the Queens county Jail In Long Island City last night. After the banquet Mls iMvts left for Buffalo, where ho In to deliver a. lecturo-tto-jiifflvt on "Prinou Jtoform." i about it?" PROF.A.W. PHILLIPS DIES; LONG ON YALE FACULTY i . I ... . ,,,, , ... ... i H 11,1 OlIC 01 idChl' kllOWU 1' 1"'- iires in rniverslt.v .,, . (. IrcIt'S, I,, - , , 1 r01- a "drew M,,K, ' knn' 7n eVeVv rt maths In the collene since died here eterdiiv from heart disease. He was of 'n l,et known flpmes tn graduate 1,ll unilerB-fitduate circles, and from INtiS to l!i!l, Kh-n he retired, he wns dean of Ihe (.raduate School Prof. Phillips was born in tlrlswold, Conn., In 1S4I, the son of Deulsnii and Weat hy Wheeler Phillips. He (traduated from Vale in 173, and two years later took another dctrree from Trinity ColleKe Ht Hartford. In 1S77 ho boI his deHtec of I'h 1 from Yale, and then becarna a ' .w.wi uini:. . 11 ISM he heiuntc, an asslutaut tiro- 'r. '. ,IBV 111 I"'""""-' 'vii- m mi ir Miiriii (ii hip iriMiir'PH nr inc ! "-tch-ljM school at Uikevlllo. and a trus- i '. ,. .."I'm..-. ........n.... vi,..,. ... New Haven Prof. Phillips was the editor of the Cuumctlciit Almanac, twelve numliers, 1 ' S-tS. nnd anions tho hooks w hlch he j v rote Jointly wlih others are "Tninscen- I ,l.,,nl'" '""'' ""inhhlc A'KebrH," 'The I '''""" .f f!f n.,',,r' ' T'lKV''2mt ,r.y .war. At Iia cioo lie went to California as a gold prospector and remained for sev eral years. Later he returned again to New York and eugnged In business as a commission merchant In the old "noose Market," later changed to the Oansevoort , .Market and now West Washington Marko. j He Is survived by two tons, Plerro A. und Dr. William O. Noe of this city, and arU'W to-morrow morning at the Neart,i apartment and will ho conducted by the Rev. (.corse Hubbard 1 Payson of Rutgers College. Adolph Kler Kast Orange, N. J., Jan. 21. Adolph una ... m., ... ,ti.i,i i , nminln.1111 Miinn .11 .a va.t.r. i nay 'at nom0i 33 shepard' avenue. He 1 mnniifapturep nf hat lunHn. mint , oitlccs In Oreeno street, Mnnhattan. Ills i wfe, threo fons nnd one daughter sur. vlve him. Henry W. Knlser. Henry W. Kalrcr, 72, the Inst of the farmers of Plunders Neck, In tho Now Lots part of llrooklyn, died on Tuesday at his home, 370 Pino fctrcet. Ho was , , ,.rm,ln. ,,,. na i ti,i,i,. I J"r" , ! )u?ni ,? " ".h" "rJ'lj", for sixty years. He was tho owner of a larpo farm near the Old Mill Creek, Jamaica Hay. which was cut' up Into city lotti. He was a trustee of the (!er man Lutheran Church of St. Johns and was one of lt oldest members. He leaves three sons and threo daughters. MiiiIp Trustees ot Womrti' Art School. At a meeting yesterday of tho board of manngers of ttie School of Applied Do- ulRii for Women Mayor Mltchel, lllshop flreer and Itobert W. do Forest, president ot the Metropolitan Muncttm of Art, tvera eilectod life trusteos, ns roprosntatlves of their offices In perpetuity. The snlo of the Hood collection ut early Kn' -: portraits lat night was the first ' sain of the season to b coiidticted i the American Art Asso ciation in the ballroom of the I'lnxa lie tel. Tho largo loom was almost lllle.l by t. company of nrt collectoti. amateur . niid dealers, who followed the prSceed lngs with Interest. Tho prices realized were not ensi llonlil The hlghot llgure was 13.1'M paid by W V. Penman, agent, fo" Ople't portrait of you-ig Jo'"i ( somotlmes called the 'Little l'.ii- riacr." The portrtlt of Admiral llo-d an ancestor of the English owner of this collection, by Gilbert Stuart, the cele brated American portraitist, brought :,42S, soiling to a buyer represented by Otto llernet. Itaeburn' "JIrs, Dushell" went to It. J. lleln for 11.700. The. total for tho collection waa J17, 272.00. The lu?t of paintings with artists, pur chasers and prices follows: Noi. 10 Aelhrt Cuyn. -THre noors elhrt Cuyp. -Tliree noori Drlnkln,i Otto llernet. acent. t:S0 in van (toyen. "Mouth of the 11 fan van (.oven. Jleufe"; Otto llernet. airnt.. J l'a'rlrk N'aumvth, "View from lUmpte.n! Uter the Weald of liurrow"; Otto lierne. nifnt. !( Sir Johia fteytioiit -IMrtnilt of the Artln' bv lllmneir'; Sy- moil- Hndiie : Sir William Ileeilmy. "Tho Hon. Mrs. Vernon"; n Nloti J2 Jarolij- ile liny. "Th l.iite flayer" . VV. W. Seaman, dg-iit 13 John Ople. "I'ortrtlt of John Our- ney. Junior", W. W Seaman. uffent 34 Sir Henry Itseliurn. "The Hon Mrs. Iluiheir ; II. J. Helm 35 Sir William lleeihev, "Portrait of Admiral lie rkticy" : II J. llelnt J Sir (leorie Havter "Portrslt nf Mrs Oiirney"; It Nelson,. 41 Gilbert fluiirt. "Portrait of John Wll'.et llooj"; Otto llernet, agent .... 4! John Ople. It. A.. "I.letlt. (JeorR Hood Itoblnnon"; Mrs. John 11 Chapman ii Luilolf HacUhuysen. "The OaVten Walls of Old Knsland"; Walker ami (lillette . ... t Caniiietto. "Chun h of Man Ulorflo Majulore"; Otto llernet, nxth t4 NIioIi.k r.'oyp'i. "I)laei. et llr.dymlon" . Mr V I. Hnrrlon 51 Angelica KatirTniann, "Atleyn Fits herhert. First ljrd of Ht Helens": It. Nelson 500 ' ..5 t.lno 1.700 -ij; 100 :.4 3; TWO BELL METAL VASES, $500 The f'lmrlrs II. t'rnntn l olliclloii of HroiiKes. Ilrlnusi ffn.nO. The llrst of the collei:tinns of nr' ob jects to be sold that -were sliown with the Pile d'Aviiray laci and talx'stries in the Kallerlis of tho American Ar Asnocla.tlon was the Chimes II. Cramp coiioctlon or bronzes. The beft prh-e realized yestcrdav after noon wna lain, pilri by W. W. Kentrmn, aRent, for u pair of bell metal vases richly inlaid lth Rold, No. 4? In the lataloRue. They are of Japanese work nintwhlp, evidently desiKn.-d tor tirlnoely owners. Mr. Soainan also trave 1270 for No. 35, a pair of Inlaid bronze vases, sipned by Orlma. n. II. Mllllken bouRht Nn. 4S, a Rrwn j bronze draRon vase, for J23. : Oshlma I paid $200 for No. 42, an antique Chinese Mr Dick enve t""r ,'. e'niineli-d hrizTe'r '. f"? - .1 "L. '"' for No. 34, an antique The total tor the iiit-.:li.Mi So, .'30. The sale of tho Due d'Avar.iy collections lt:ins this afternoon. "LE JOUR FERIE" PLANNED. Will He (ill en nt Wnldiirf h Jniilnr l.riiKiie. Ilelienisiils have been held dally this week for "Iaj Jour Ferle." which In to bo produced by memhers of the Junior j League for their charitable work, In the Kratal ballroom of tho Waldorf-Astoria tor three flights beginninc Monday For severn'. years the Junior LeaRiio has given nn entertainment ot some sort and this year it will taku the form of a carnival, introducing many attractive dances. The stage will be appropriately set for each dancu nnd there will also lm around the foyer and ballroom booths for the snie of various commodities and a'.so a real soda water fountain. First on tho programme will bo a car nival procession Introducing most of tho dancers. It will be followed by a series of national nnd special dancer, which have been arranged by tho Misses Mary Jay SchlefToltn, Heatrlcc Pratt. Mary Crocker Alexander. Kdlth Mortimer. Mar garet Trevor, .Mary Cass Canlleld, Mil genlo Phllhln, Florence Itlalr, Josephine Nlcotl nnd tlladys Fries. Nearly all the dehulantes of tho winter will take part and some of last year, as well as many of tho vouin; dancing men of boclcty The rehearsals have been held under the direction ot Miss Llla Stewart at tho houses of Mrs. Charles 11. Alexander, Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mrs It. Fulton Cutting and Mrs. William Jay Kchleffelln. The performance each night will begin at 9 o'clock nnd at the end thern will bo dancing. Mrs. Courtlnndt Nlcoll of 405 I'ark avenue has the boxes nnd tickets for sale. GOOD FARCE FROM FATHERLAND. "tin in nirrm list k" Produced at the Deutsche Tlirstrr, Director Christians at tho Deutsche Theater Wedmsday night made, the llrst New York production of "Kaminennusll;" (Chamber Music), a farro by Helnrlch Ilgenstuln that has met with much favor on the German stage. It was well re ceived by the large audience and promises to be one of the notable succestes of tho season at this house. The piece humorously tells the story of the trials nf a popular tenor, who has a wife and child to whom he Is much at tached. He Is about to close a contract for an engagement at one of the provin cial Oermnn opera houses when he learns that his predecessor had been discharged because he was a married matt. As the tenor line been accompanied by his tflfo mid child, It requires wins tall explain ing to get the position. Itichard Feist was entertaining as the opera singer. Hertha Sehoenfeld was fas clnntlng ns the wife and Iluth Pandur was cunning as tne child. MRS. LEHR GIVES LUNCHEON. Slip llns Number nf Women Cncsta nt Itlts-Ciirlton. Mrs. lLtrry S, ljp.hr gave ti luncheon yesterday In the Pall Mall room of the Itltz-CnrllVn. Her guests sat at one table, whlcli was decorated with Jonquil, and sweet puis, and umorig them wero Mrs. Ormc Wlbion, Mrs. NtuyVMumt Fish, Mrs. HHs ha Dscr, .Mrs. I. Towiisend Hunk-n. Mrs. aeJige J. Oould, Mrs, John It, Drexel, Mrs, Jiinies uenry sniltli, .Mrs. Oliver lUrriuuin and Miss Ulsle de Wolfe. Cornell I'.nwlneers I'enst i'n-iilulit, The Cornell Hoelnty of Civil KnglneerM will hold lt tftnth annual dinner and re union this evening nt the Hotel McAlpln. Tho speakers will be Prof. Charles p. Marx of Loland Stanford Junior Uni versity, who has Jut been elected pre Ideut of the Amerlonn Sorlety of Civil Fn glneerH, tho flrtt Cornell graduate ever tn hold tht office: Prof, Oeorgo F, Hwaln of Harvard, Dean Hasltoll of Cornell and jjCoaoh John if. iloakluy. Ihe te nil! be innduilril u"i vmm ii n. nr. mm I tern it . nf THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mcrs. ll.uit 2:id street. Malli.ii snmii, . ALFRED HERTZ QUITS 1 THE metropolitan: i.. , , ,, , ., , ,,, , , i Vctci'llll 10 KlltOl' ( Ollfl'l'l 1 It' 1(1 ' Arthur liotliiiisky lo ( Succeed llhn. I DKI'AH'm.E IS HKHIIKTTKD: After thirteen years of m'tlve service as conductor of Oil-man opera with the Metropolitan Ooera Compaq Alfred Hertz has 'decided to wlthdiaw Irom tho Metrotiolltan staff at tho end of this sea son and to devote hlnnelf to a more dl- versllleil cxnrelse of his nrt in the concert field, with the posslblllt) of retlilnK to prlvulw life altoRether. In a letter to Otto II. Kuhii, cliHlrman of thu board of directors of tho Metropolitan Opera Company, Mr Hertz stts forth his rtneons for reslmilnir. To suctied Mr Hertz as conductor, heRlnnliiR next wenwin, the ivimpanv has eiiRHRid Aithur lhelaneky, a jouiir con ductor, formerly of the Opera House In Mannheim, Herman)', and ono who has if 1 1 tho WaRtitrlan rexTtolre usel by Mi. Hertz at his command. Mr. Hertz's li-llei- to Mr Knhu is In part as follows : "I huvc. Just HtnrU-d upon my foity sccond year, a iierhsl of life when 1 haw always thouKht a man oiiRht, If his affairs permit, to pause for a while in nnlcr to take stock or his past carter i ' cuoKiaiui.ueu on me nirth of n on and map out his future. I lovo my art. Mtenlay at their home, 3l3 I'ark avenue, opcialli' umductlnR. but it is wearing and ) Mrs. Dana was Miss Agnes Ladson of AN e .xhaustlnR, and If It is confined, as mine lanta, tia. bus been at the .Metropolitan, especially A eon wan born to .Mr. and Mrs. Nor of bite )c-ars, to conipnratlu'ly few and man J. iannr on Widntn-day nt their necessarily ottui ieMitcd operas, there hoini', ill la Third stuet, Ilrooklvu. .Mrs. la the possibility that the InniRinatlon , (iaynor wai .Mish Hetty I'aRe, da'uuliter of eventually mlRht lie blurred and the Ini- . tho lte. fi-nnk r.iRe of Fairfax, Va and tlnttvo retarded. 1 1 a niii'e of Thomas Ni'miii I'hrp, Amerl- "lt Is. I understand, the praotlce of the can Ambassador to Italy. Mr, C.dhop la leadliiR Amcrlouti unUeinltbs lo allow tho youiiKcsi son of t'm late Mayor Will their profisor one ear In rver' seven ' lam J. tiaynor. for study, contemplation and lelsitr.. away --- from the routine of their ordinary work 1 . ,, tho w-called sabbatical year. As my! '" 1 """"nnil.ni liny i,,,.,. present contract with tho Mitropolltan i '"'"l'y expires nt the end of the current """""'i I ""' decided, after twice seven year, to take a sabbatical year. I ex - pA In tho course in this iiuh, ..cs having lelnuro for tepose and study, to ImvA ruv-nMl,m tn iln ImiIJi enn.'prt anil .IL-.t.ViV ..'ill, 1. itiip., tne opportunity for a mom dlvetslfled exercise of my art than' has been jios slhje for a number of yeats paht " Mr Kahn's leply to Mr. Hertz, dated yesterda). reads In part: "In View of the posittveness of your coin luslon, there is uo.hlng for us to do r-0ivrlRin h" Mlshkln Alfred Hertz. but to accept your resignation, which, on behalf of the board of directors, 1 here with do with great i egret and with the exprefcslon of the genuine gratitude and adtulia'tluu und the high regard of the lioard of directors. I need hardly say that, though unfortunately deprived of your skill, zeal and enthusiasm, Gorman opera will revtlio the same degree of care, attention and support as heretofore on tho part of those rimmed with the conduct of our afYnlis, and I know that our loyalty to the Metropolitan Opera is such and your Interest In the rawe of German opera so unselllsh that ou will bo grati fied to learn that we expect to secure as your nuccersor a man acknowledged to be In tho very front rank nmoim Oettnan conductors of the younger generation, Mr. Arthur Hodansky." (ilullo Gattl-Cnsazza, general tnannger of the opera company, commenting yester day on Mr. Hertz's resignation, said: "I have hardly anything to ndtl to tho ex lireslomt of ri'M' t voiced hy -Mr. Kalin except my own regret. Mi Hertz has always been a credit to this opera com pany und a faithful and ellliient worker. His withdrawal is felt deeply by myself and, I am sine, by all those who have come In contact with him," STEVENS FUND AT $1,008,844. XI) t.r. Ilnlaeil Yeairrdii) I ('mil pal mi Will Hud i'u-iln. The Sti'ens Instlttito of Technology fund passed the Jl.ooii.niiu mark with a biiuml nt yesteril iv'h rail) of the ten day "whliiwind'' cainpa'gn winch has lis headquarters nt tlie Machinery Club. Hudson Tennlnal Ilullding. The grand total now stands at l,00s.S4l The sub scriptions of yesterday tot 'lied $C t.fiS. a record day for the campaign Tho total sum 'o he rape I In the cam paign Is tl.JnOOQU. r,o the 150 business and profesaloroil men who have the cam paign In charge have only a trifle tnoro than $350,000 to raise botoro midnight,-! to-tittrht, January, i2, to trcacb thdc soar, h Jilt. IIMmns I Nlliln TO BE SOLD TO-NIGHT at the Anderson Galleries Jlaillkon Avenue nt Fortieth fit . V V Paintings By Mocltrn French Artittj, tonjigntd for unrcitricted Public Sale by the Ecutor of the Estate of the late Henry A. Bateman of lialtin-.ort, with feme important atldi. tiom from other consignor!. Amon? the (treat artists represented by fine examples of their work art: Bauclry Diaz Bonhetir Uupre Corot Henncr Duul.lp.ny Isnbey Meiaaonier Klcliet Uousicau Scltrcycr Uecnrnps .Incquo Tliaulow uelncroix Lynch Troyon The Sale berjins at 8:15 o'clock, i Ins Friday Evening. January 22d The Anderson Gallene: SONS COME TO TWO HOMES. liurlex , I In ii ii ami Noriiian li) nor the Hupp) I'ntlirrs. Mr. unci Mrs Charhw A. I.m.. -r- I Tim conllniiaUoa department of th- , Hoard of IMucatlon wtut'ted a class y, i tenlay mottling a. 10 o'clock in the Uti I Terminal Aid Society's rooms. Tl Jt, ..'Tiris v.iih Iv,.,;, imiiilo nnd will meet live days a week, two hours each dar In i lt,. nnui..A,iu ....Ati. . . .. . ... . in ituilrtitig .. from 2 lo 4 for thn con venience of children employed In that dis trict. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. j Josf.pii OsiiivsKr, who diM on January in. hit ut, pptaitp r more than J3.'.O.n(io , in giving only Ji.000 an.) 1,1s personal .I - .' .'2 Vv,fe' M"-thl!l' Oshlnsky of j I..1 U.-st l-.lghty-slxtlt tnit. thp d.-.-edent I explained that ,h.' Is amply piovided for by life insurance ollcics irnable to her The residuary estate is dlvldr-l cipially among eleven ohlldiMt. Tho sons are ad- vised to g into buslnesH together and . c itlnue the firm of Oshmsky Valentine. Milrt tuanufacturet-H. Tho followlmr s.il monition s to religion Is made: "i also m,'"!.1 fu ,',mMe" upo" my rlilldren that they shall cling steadfastly to the lo-tho-dox Jewish religion nnd fiuthrully observe the laws then or. In order that they may enjoy happiness In thla world and In the ..I hi ii. come. , Mns. Mart R, Du Horn, wtto In HiiMiklyn on Decomlier last, left estate of 15.nis.ti7. Her tm. Iv.uls II v"nnln,0l8 J'" JH3,11S.7. hi, wirn Js.OOO. and five friends and tdx charitable tiist: utions fr.oo each. -Mas Anna J. Iajckwoop, who died In Brooklyn on January 6, ft an estate valued at 1134,000. There being no will he- threo sons nnd a daughter uAked Sur rogate Kcti-ham jestirday for letters of administration. DIED. Al i Kliy --On M'Mtnewtay. Janunrv ?. 191.. May 11., hrloel wife of Urtgar 3. Appi. Uy and daughter of iho lata (ieorgu K. Yalentlne and Julia Tonn- Funeral sulce will b, 1.J nt h,r u residence. 21ii West Fifty. ninth tre.t. on Saturday mornlii-, January r3, at 10 o'tiork. CON'.N'ni.L. On Wednesday, January !0, Agnu A. C'onnell, In the rlshty. fourth 5ar of her age. ItrUthm and (rlandi are respectfully n lted lo attend the funeral from her late rraldenrr, 9:7 Madison avenue, on Saturday, January ;j, at 10 A. M thente to Ht. Jean Ilaptlsts Churrli, Hnt) -sixth atreet and Lexington ave nue. Interment Calvary. MLi:ki:k At Clrn-ndetd mil. Conn.. Janu ary id. 1915. John w., huhnd of Jennie Fler Meekfr. aged 42 years. I'unerHl .r!.e will hn hold at hl lata raslrtenee, Oreenrleld Hill, Sunday. Janu nry 21, at 2 o'clock P. St. Carrlic' will ha In wultlng at Fairfield, Conn Htatlon nn arrival of train leavlnt Urntid Central Station at S A. M. MOOrti;. On Wednmluy, .tanuary iO, ltK Augustus Kellogg Moort, son of thi Int. Samuel S, und Abigail Moore, at his home. 611 West Kith street, New Torlc c Ity. Funerat scrlces at his late residence, Friday evening, January iZ, at I o'clock. Interment at Utlsabeth, N, J. .Noll On Tliumda), January 21, 1016, t hl resilience, the Nevada, Sixty. ninth street and. Ilroudwiiy, Henry .Mart) a Noe, In Ihw eenty-nrt )ear of his ago. Funeral nervhe will hn held t tho Ne vada Saturday, January SI. ml 11 A M OTIS. On January 4, at Dublin, Ireland, Harrison Oruy Otis. Funrr.it nl Kminanuel I'hureh, Unto January ii at 11 A. M. PIJAIIUDY. Helen Mange, wife of Itushton I'ciboily. mi Tuesday, January 19, 1'JIj, in tho thlrty-seii'iith )rar nf her ic, at Ilnalewnoil, N. J. Kuneial ifrlrea al her lata rerlriei.r, l.yUiiluT etreel Friday, at 1! o'elock. I lnternie t ilreenwood I'nnetery prlvnla HOHBUTfON Annie i, onion t'riliia nt "'nil'. I'LNKHAl, fill Hfll " tl Mrsi Tnenty-thlrd iFrunk Jt. Campbell D-JlirtlBC. Hst'iedav niornlnvs p0; o'clock, l'rlemlj lavlud. 5 I m Hi 1 i ''j K I n p i