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NOVELTIES III DANCE"
FOR LAFAYETTE FUND
Dolln HoltliJn Itoom (0 (lo Trans
formed Inlo 1111 Italian
NEIGIDJOlUIOOD DANCES.
M 1 r I T OKAS BALL PhANNKD
H ill lie llrlit I'rl.Inr MrIKs In Pnb-
lln School 15.
Homo peoplo think tlicre are, no audi
thlnirs tin nelKhbori In New York, but they
I will find themselves mistaken If they visit
lMl.llo School 45, 225 Went Twenty-fourth
Rtrcct, Friday nljrlit ami Join In tho ilnnco
und pleasant evening open to overytioily
llvlnK between Fourteenth ami Korty-acc-oml
Htreetn, from Fifth uvenuo to tlie
Itutlaon Itlver, tho Chelaea district.
A nolehborhooil tlnnco has boon nrrnntteil
by thn Chclsrei Neighborhood Association
mid tho I'copln's Institute, nnd tho yountc
folks' of tho district will liavo a chanco
to danco under model conditions at tho
school every Frldiiy night
Thousands of circulars liavo been dis
tributed to tho business concerns of U10
neighborhood, nnd such largo employers
on Hearnn, tho National Illscult Company,
.uUoiml Cloak nnd Suit Company,
j ii 1.' ,tfo preparations nro being mode
r ih.- supper danco in nld of tha Lafay-
.tt f ind to be held under the nusplcen of' "i
ne IVml Jn:ies Ctuh on VediHndayt tvlght,,, j (lreenhut & Co., Camtneyor. the Otla
WOMEN WILL BOWL IN NEW
HOME OF WEST SIDE Y. W. C. A,
MAX WEBER, CUBIST,
EXHIBITS PAINTINGS
George W. Perkins Will llaml
Keys of Structure To-morrow
lo Mrs. Jlossitcr.
The first bowling alley exclusively for
women In New York city will bo opened
to-morrow nlEht, when tho West Side
branch of tho Young Women's Christian
Association will move from Its old quar
ters nt tGO West Forty-fourth etreet to
the now building on thu cottier of Tenth j
avenue nna firtiein streot. ino Dowung
alloy will bo only one of the athletic fca-
. . - 1,1 1 ..1.... i .v.. ... - V. . .. iurH in me new nom., mere win ii
t he Vamlerl.l t. It will be g len In , tho , Klovator Company nn.1 the Hlanclinrd ,kllt,n(t Bni matiy nnoor KarnM, A
t ,t i;oi,lria iwm as usual nnd It will be, l'ress liavo Invited their omp oyces to bo, gWmmtljf Kol w1( ba installed In the
: night. Hpeclal features nave ; i. "i ' spring.
' . , ,, .. ,.,.,, ,,. 1 Miss Mary U. I'ottor is chairman of tho pi.iii rr
,rnu,Re,l by Mrs. II. latrtel.l NMKhll0rllo,;, Anlatlon-s danco com-'
l.r Jr. anil MlfN Jofepbltifs Oflborn.
rru-ni tmintrlnv rnnma nttA n t
Nolghborhood Association's danco com- ns,embly room offer attractions which tho
I mlttee. nnd will bo aMlMeil In supervising . ,j pace aM not ,,,.,. i al, ndjolnlng
lis1 'nt garden nnd iiiiiong me unuii u
,,,,. ,,r re Miss Hetty Colllsh nnd Hlgnor
1I-M KitliKhnm I'lnto will appear In a
ppe i.i' ul.ir danco entitled "The I'hantom
of !,ve." and his partner will be Mian
Vavl HtroMl. Miss Doris tSomcz of 1'arls
w. I do n dagger dance.
Min 'ig 'he lwtronesses nre Mrs. John
Ja. nb Astor, Mm. Archer M. Huntington,
Mm. Henry It. Wlnthrop anil Miss Kmlly
Roane.
Another entertainment In 4he Delia
JtobU.i room will U ylven on tho night
(.f February 14 for the benellt of the
rknrth-jrn Industrial liducntlonal Associa
tion. It will be a Mardl (Iran ball and tho
proceeds will bo devoted to maintaining
schools In the remote district! of Huuthern
mountain. Mrs. James II. Dinwiddle will
l,e In ohargo of the ball and she will bo
mtlsted by Mrs. llawkesworth. Miss Mar
jraret Wilson, daughter of President Wll
fon. Is Interested In this organliatlon,
Tho Phllolcxlan Society of Columbia Uni
versity will produce at the Colony Club,
through the courtiwy of Mrs. James A.
Wright, on Friday cvenliUT the old Kng
lih play "Yn Chronlclo Hlntorlo of King
I.ler." Tho proceeds of 4he play will be
devoted to the needs of the National Com
mittee on Prisons and Prison Labor. Mrs.
John II. Hagler will hIiiic nnd Thomas
Molt Offborne, wnrden of Sing Sing, will
i reside.
I.. Elliott, 8. (1. Itoscnuaum, Dr. A J.
Hart. F. J. Vlrownscomhe, Mrs. Charles
Hois, Miss Marjorle Wolnwrlght and
others.
MISS DIDDLE TO WED A. B. DUKE.
Tl mom will he tr.umrormen inio nn.ino nances uy aim. it. J- uavia, nr. jonn . building with nn entrance on Tenth nve
. t. nH,i, i..in,f H ri llnnlmmtv I lr. A. .1.. m .
iiuv luncii room win uo upriieu, iihck
of this is a courtyard that will lo used for
outdoor games. There will be a roof gar
den too.
The old buildings on Forty-fourth street
will be used as a boarding house for
girls.
Friend. Here of Ilrlde'i. Pnrrnt- fiet , , Tn to. ' "e.w '?Ay, bul!'.V
Ing nro to be handed to Mrs. William W
Word of Kimuuemrnt. . Itossltor, chairman of the West Side
Mr. nnd Mrs. Anthony J. Drexet Hldclli ' V""?1' to-monow ev-ening, by George W
of 2104 Walnut street, Philadelphia, nn- I'crklns, preslden of the board of trus
nounced yesterday to their Intimate te" uf'K Jcw 0.rk. association. Others
iw mil innv pari in nit' vxerL-inpn iirv
Mrs. James H. Cushtnan, Mrs Davo
Henneu Morris, Mrs. William Fellowes
Morgan, Miss Klliabeth W. Dodge, Miss
Helen A. D.ivln, Miss Cora U. Tut ham and
Miss Mario It. Wing,
Miss Wing comes from Cleveland nnd
will be the new secretary
friends In this city the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Cordelia Middle, to
Angler II. Duke of this city. Miss Illddle
was Introduced to society In Philadelphia
enrly In tho winter anil she bus made fre
quent vjslts to New York. Mho Is nt pres
ent visiting Mr and Mrs. llcnjamln N.
Duke, parents of her ll.uico, at their home,
1071! Fifth HVemie.
Mr. Duke was graduated from Trinity
College In 1905, He Is a member of tho
Ardsley, Sleepy Hollow and Iltimson Coun
try clubs, tho Calumet, Ilacquct nnd Auto
mobile clubs of this city. He is nssnclatcd
with 1i!m father In the tobacco buslnehs,
Tim weddinr will take place In Philadel
phia late li. the spring.
Miss Middle's father. A. J. Drexel Hid-
die. Is a boxing devotee nnd lllble class ,, , .
organlrer. Miss Illddle nnd Mr. Duke first DUIIU IMll.VS Oil 1 110 SIlOl'C All-
met two years ngn, when she was vUltlug
her aunt, Mrs. William Thaw 3d, In Lake
wood, N. J.
tit-., t - - unrx
- y J
iuiib Marie R. Wing.
TDXEDO LAKE SKATERS
ENJOY CARNIVAL ON ICE
until Fancy Dross Hall
February 20.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Adel Augustine
Lloyd, daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. Samuel
Llod of 12 West Fiftieth stleet, to John
d
P. II. Perrv of tills c tv. M m I.lov
..ii... I,' ,..'',,,,. .vii n,,.m w'lis Introduced to soc ety three years ago
fi Whitman. Mrs. Francis McNeil llaron, .. ,, , , . '
,i Ph..l.. 1.' ttnffm.an. Mm. Adolll 1 -Mr 1 e rr .a "on '".Alfred 1
....... , .... i.P"i. Perry, was granu.iieti rrom iiarv.rd in
Lewlsohn. Mrs. Paul Morton. Mrs . l-rml- ,n,'. . ,.,,. r n, unr..,.,.i
No
'liunu Pahk, Jan. 30. After being
positioned twice on account of unfavor-
erlck Htolnwny, Mrs. Marcus M. Marks,
Mlm Florence (luenisey, Mrs. Walston
Jtni Hrown nnd Mrs. Wilton Merle-Smith.
Knglneers and Squadron A clubs,
dato has been ret for the wedding.
DUCHESS'S INCOME $360,000.
In the Interest of the social centra
movement of Yorkvllle branch the Indian
photo drama by IMward S. Curtis, "in .ImmiTiiiiin Truitccs llnvc ApiiniU-
th Lind of the Headiiunteis," will bo, rrn x,rl for
presented nt Caniogto Hall on thi? eve- i ........
ivhrim !i Tim orir.iiilaation CINCINNATI, Jan. 3d. John 12. Hruco
cmmittee for ihls entortnlnnvnt Incl ides "n I'-lKjr Stalk, tni.-tees nnl adminlstra
Miss Helen Frlek. Mrs. Alfred C. Hos-
om, Miss Jnnetta Alexander and Mrs.
F Ashton d Peyster.
Some of those who have secured boxei
are Mrs. Frederick II. Allen. .Mrs. wai
ter R. Haimn. .Mrs. Snowden Fahtu
Mock, Mrs. ltnbert llacon, Mrs. John Ja
cob As'.or, Mrs. llrndley Martin. Mrs.
Joseph Pnllt7..r. Mm, Itlchaed Trimble.
Mrs Irving W Day, Mrs. Frederick R.
I.ewls, Mrs. Alvln W. Krech, Mrs, Schuy
ler Scrtleffelln nnd Mrs. Clarence Wads-worth.
A rcr.ccrt fcr .hz b?pnt of femllles of
French artists made destitute by the
war will be given to-night nt the .uudlo
ii? A A. Anderson, So Went Fortieth
st-tet Among the artlKts will be Mm".
Frances Alda of the Metropolitan Opera
If. use. Miss Ada Sastoll, Modest Alt
eehuler and Harry Howe Shelley. Among
the patronesses are Mrs. llobert Haeon,
Mrs, Goodhue Livingston, Mrs. Henry rJ.
Cos, Mm. Ocorge J. Oould. Mrs. C. Led
yard Hlalr. Mrs. Leonard M. Thomns,
Mrs. Charles Dana Olbson nnd Mrs.
Henry D. Halicock.
Mrs. Charles (Jrlswold Hourne gae
n the dansnnt yesterday nt her home,
495 West End avenue, for Miss Mary
Fits Ulblwru the detiutante daughter of
Mr and Mrs. John C. Flu (Ilbbon. As
sisting In receiving were the Missis Mary
Smith nnd Kleanor Moore. Mrs. Thorn is
D'Arry Lucas and Mis Bllzaboth Hourne
were at the ten table.
Among tho guests were Mr. and Mrs,
Oeorge Van Sickle. .Mr. and Mrs fleorge
Hranson, Mr nnd Mrs, William A. Hed
dlng, Mrs, W. II. C. Jackson, tho MIssm
Hetty Krotel, Alice Delaney, Helen Stan
ton. Jacqueline Farren, Marlon Downey,
Kmlly Hornblower, Henrietta McElheny
and ndnn Olendorf; Judge Julius M.
Meyer, Dr. IJevtirley Stone, Cyrus Adrian,
J Hornblower De Witt. John "Ware,
Lenox Mott. Thomas A Howell, Jr., W.
Jlunttlng Howell. Marshall MoAnerney,
D Stowe Crouse. Hlake Fitr. nibbon. A. V.
V. Post and JJarle Christy.
PICKMAN CHANLEIt.
VnahlnKtnn Ceremony Is Folloireil
lir Itrceptlim In Henry White Home.
Washington, Jan. 30. Miss Hester
Chanler, dniiKther of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wln
throp Chanler, and lMward M. Plckman
of Hoston were married to-day In the
noun here of the bride's parent bv the
Tlev lather Slgourney Fay. A wedding
breukf.ist followed In the home of tho
ex-Ambassador to France nnd Mm. Henry
White, relatives of the bride.' A small
ompany witnessed the ceremony.
Ttie bride was unattended. The bride
groom hnd his brother, Dudley L. Pick
' .in. Jr, for best man. The bride was
linen In marriage by her father. After
is breakfast Mr and Mrs, Plckman left
f ir New York, to sail later for a wedding
trip
Mnr;n n Turner.
Boston, Jan. 30. Miss Ksther Park
tt'in Turner, daughter of William D
' .'tier of Iliookllne, and Luurence W.
Mo-gin, win of George M. Morgan of
1 i nionwealih avenue, were married at
s' Paul's llplscopal Church, Ilrookllne,
noon to-day by the Itev John Me(l,
I oner of tho Church of the Messiah, 'the
ride wan attended by Miss Alice C.
" Virndyke. Mils Dorothy Morgan, sister
the bridegroom, and Alls Kmlly II,
ii'rters of Philadelphia. Oliver Turner
' lleierlv Farms was the be.-rrhian. The
'I ers were Austin II. Mason, Sullivan
'Kent, Jr., (1. Davenport Hayward,
i 'ilieri Williams, Normun Hurrower und
t Is. enee CUrkn.
Kelly Fleming.
Mini M. Fleming and William J. Kelly
married yesterday In the Church of
tl' Nativity. Madison Htrcot ami Ctasoii
avenue, Hrooklvn. A nuntlal miuw was
st.i by the Hov. John U Hedfonl, the
rector Miss Clara It, Fleming, a sister
if the bride, was her only attendant,
ihn Joa was limt man. After a wedding
Inurney In thn South Mr. nnd Mrs. Kelly
vv.U live In Flntbusb, Hrooklyn.
tors of the estate of the late Kugene Zlm
tnermnn, made a written declaration to
day In the ProtMte Court estimating Zim
merman's pertoualty to be woith 1100,000.
,t the same time tho trustees an
nounced that this does not represent Zim
merman's fortune. They declared It would
talfo an appruleinent to develop tho total,
which Is estimated at between Jfi.000,000
and 1 15,000.000.
Augut Herrmann, president of the Cin
cinnati ll.-uiobill Club, Clifford Wright,
banker, and Thomns J. Cogan, attorney,
were named administrators to appraise
the estate.
, low estimate plnces the annual In
come to tie derived by the Ducneis of
Manchester at I36O.O0U, which would be
taxed nt tin.HSO. This, along with the tax
jf 12B.O00 In each 1100.000 of the Income,
.is announced yesterday by the English
Government, will tiring th total ta. to
more than 1115.000.
MRS. H. C. CUS1IMAN IS HOSTESS.
(lies liiini'lieiiii for Mrs. U'liltmnn,
Willi I li - Wiiini'ii n Gursls.
Alha i, Jan. '") Mrs. Harry C. Cush
man gae n luncheon to-day fur Mrs.
Whitman, wife ot the Governor. Other
gueets with .Mis. Harry Alexandre of
New Yoik, Mis Cushtnan's house guest;
Mrs. Henry I . Hu.u-dmnn of Troy, Mrs,
John 11. Flnley, Mn. John A. Dlx, Mrs.
Jnines P. Hoyd. Mrs. Chaunccy Prutt
Williams, Mrs. Samuel S. llulllons, Miss
Learlitil, Mrs. John Henry Patterson and
.Mrs. William Piatt HUdil.
Gen. Holier: Slnw Oliver of Washing
ton !s lsltlng Cel. and Mrs Kdwnrd
l!r.,..,l .1. W'hlt.nn,. nt Ihn lilrlli
able weather, the annual Ice carnival on i . y . " - tL.l)tt til birthday an
the Tuxedo Lake wns given to-day. The . nlvfisnry of Mol:iwk Chapter, D. A. It.,
weather was crisp and cold nnd there was 'given yewle-d iv afiernoon by Mrs. Daniel
a good attendance. Including a number MnnnJiiK Mrs Goodwin of New York
.from town, who came for the week end j U h- M
, nt the Tuxedo I lub. The Ice was In ex- j OBr,y )n .Vhrlwrv on lt tri,, to Santa
ce.llent shape, exniuitions ot lancy saai- , itirliara.
Ing were uiven and a curling match took Mm Edgar Mor Is Grlinths has gone
pla(.e to Philadelphia nnd Atlantic City Tho
A 'brass band wns stationed on the Junior Friday M irnlm; Club will meet
linn nf n,o i.,fc unit ih. ulciLrs il.inced -eit week with Mrs. Isnnc andor Poel.
to the music. During the carnival hot Gen. and -M-s Join Henry Patterson en-
coffee and eoor.i were served. ftrtaineii at u'iuit lo-nigm. .urs. rron-
Amnmr those on thu lake were Mr. nnd i rick W. ltockw..:: will eniertnln nt
Mre. Theodore Frcllnghtusen. Mr. ai.d 'incheon Thuivlay for the joungcr so-
Mrs. II. L. McVlckar. Mr. and Mrs. J. riety folk.
Edward Davis, Mr. and .Mrs. 11. P. Hob-
t.t t. tm II I -. 1t,.l.n tlnrti.cA
Mr and Mrs. 11 11. Itoger; .NI,. and STRAND ROOF SUNDAY CONCERT.
Mrs. Itlchard Mortimer. Mr. and Mrs,
Alfred Lee IoonVs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
eric F. Carey, Mr and Mm. David Was-'
staff, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. ItUHhmore, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C C. Auchlncloss, Miss Ade-.
lalde Cannon, Miss Emily Itushmore. I
IN AID OF SOCIAL CENTRE.
liiiterlnliiiiient for the llenellt ot the
Yorkvlllr llruneli,
A photo drama will be given In Car
negie Hall Tuesday. February 9, In the
Interest of the Social Centre movement,
Yorkvllle branch, thu organisation com
mittee being Miss Helen Frlck, Mrs. Al
fred G. Hou.ioin. Miss Janetta Alexander
and Mrs F. Ashton de Peyster.
Hoxholders Include Mrs. Charles it.
Alexander, Mrs. Robert llaron, Mrs. Lloyd
S. Hryce, Mrs. llayurd Cutting, Mrs. Henry
Clay Frlck, Mrs. Alvln Krech, Mrs. Lewis
C. Morris. Miss Anno Morgan, Mrs. T.
Douglns Hoblnson, Mrs. Wlllard Straight,
Mrs. It. A. C. Smith, Mrs. J J. Astor.
Mrs. Itobert II. Gerry, Mrs. William P.
Hamilton, Mre. Otto II Kahn, Mrs. Hrad
ley Martin, Mm. Theodore Hoosovelt, Jr.,
Mrs. William D. Hloane, Mrs. Herbert
Sattcrlee nnd Mrs. Orme Wilson.
CHAI0NER HAS $1,473,000 HEBE,
Committer's Itcport Minns IJir.t.OHl
Ilicninr to Ills Credit,
The annua! accounting by Thomas T.
Sherman, commltteo of the property of
John Armstrong Chnloner, was fllod In
tha County Clerk's office yesterday. It
shows that Chaloner now owns property
worth 3 1.473,000, from which the Income
In the past year was !H'J,tSU2.
Tho accounting ehows that although
Chaloner received $24,000 and his former
wife, Amelia Hives, now the Prlncens
Troubetskoy, got lit.ilOO, tho committee
has 123, 0M of Income unexpended.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS,
Elizaukth O'Connoii, who dM De
cember 24 last and wsji the widow of
Thomas O'Connor, who made a fortuno
cnductlng a ohopliouse, left an estate
of more than 1250,000, of which 1230,000
Is In personal property. Vera O'Connor,
the decedent's ward, who is now 23
yearn old and has boen living with
Mm. O'Connor for sixteen years, gets
S50.000 In cash, the house at 59 East
12th street, real estate at North As
bury, N. J., and the resldunry relate, al
though ohe was never formally adopted.
Twelve Catliollo Institutions receive
tC.000 each and one $4,000, und smaller
bequestu are left to four others.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mrs. Hurke Hoche will give a small
tea this afternoon nt her home, 18 East
Seventy-seventh street, when Mile D.
r.lat of "The Hawk" company will give
French recitations.
Mrs. William II. Hurlhut gave a the
dnnsant yesterday for Miss Mario Taller,
daughter of Mrs. J. Leo Taller, whoso
engagement to s. Hryce Wing, grandson
of Mrs. Hurlbut, was announced recently.
Assisting In receiving with tho hostess
were her daughters, Mlwt Hurlbut and
Mrs. U Stuart Wing.
Mrs. E. Henry Harrlman wilt give a
dinner danco on Wednesduy evening at
1 East Sixty-ninth street.
The annual reception nnd dance of The
Virginians will be held nt tho Hotel Plnxa
on Wednesday night, February 10,
J. Hornblower De Witt wilt lve n tea
11.1- nl....nAn n Aft tl'i-t 1IM fl
Mrs. Whitman o He Pntrone.s nt Mlr,.oti for Ma nocri jjlss Anita De Witt.
SurfrnHe IVte. I In thn large ballroom at Sherry's last
if.. , o .... ,. j w n,Khl wnH ,hn ,lf"' of ,no ubscrp.
Mrs. Charles S. Whitman will be one I tloll BUI,,,,r ,iam.es organlied by Law
it the patronesses for a drnmatlii tea , rence Durant.
pn fete to be held at the Hotel Hlllmore ( mm AMia Inland gave a luncheon
i.n February 0 under tho direction of the jeatordny at Sherry's for glrlfl who will
rw ,ork State Wtiinnii Suffrage Asso. im riebutantes of next season,
illusion. Mrs, Itnyniond Hrown, president Mr and Mrs Dallas H. Pratt nnd Miss
i.r the ..rHst!nn rejmrt" Hlwiiit sevenly- Hentrlre Gordon Pratt have cone to North
Hv tmmea on tho list of patroncsaea. Carolina for aoveral wtsk.
.lime, CnlTr to He Spri'lnl (Jnest at
I Intertill ii in cut Tn-dny
An attractive rubnitute for Sunday
dancing will be given this afternoon and
Miss Louise Munroe, Mr and Mr II. D. evening at the Strnnd roof garden under
Whitfield. Miss Marlon Stoddard, Mrs. A. tho chap, ronae of Mrs. W K. Vander
fl. Carhart. Mrs. Charles James Coulter, hilt. Miss Anne Morgan nnd Mlos Ellsa
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Tllford. P. Iirllhtrd, beth Maibur Mine. Emma Calve will
Jr., n. r-. iiooner, iiueltt lllllllltti n rtliu l,t tile fiut'n. if" ii,,i,,r.
u. M. Miller , At these "smoking concerts" nt 4 nnd
Pictures at. Ehrleh Galleries
Fine in Color and Design,
but ruz.Hnff.
AVON PHATSK IN LONDON
Tlie cublstlc paintings by Max Weber
that Iloger Fry- of the Jurllsplon Jfnjo-
tine ndmlred an much In London last
nprlng nre now to be seen In the Ehrlch
Onllerles. Mr. Fry Is himself a cublirt.
nnd although ho and his numerous Lon
don following have not ytt received the
pmet of Paris recognition, nevertheless
his generous and outspoken tribute of
praise to our Max Weber It auro to
awaken echoes here.
Mr. Fry lauded Mr. Webera akin in
design: a writer in tne ljniion 7imes
praised his sons of abstract beauty, nnd
tho London IMtly Ttlroraph nays our
artist "Is ii born colorlet and altogether
a technician of great aubtlety." Prob
ably tho most bitter opponents of cubism
after seeing the present exhibition will
admit that these tributes are deserved,
while still foaming with fury at the artist
for beln a cubist. It Is Impossible to
deny that Mr, Weber's color la ulwayn
oxcellent It is Impossible to deny aim
that tha number of thoso who take pleas
ure In these "modern" pictures Is In
creasing.
Mr. Weber has exhibited In New TorX
before find some of the pictures now
nhirtvn were seen here. It la a retrospec.
tlve show. Mr. Weber'a admirers will
easily agree that the latest canvases are
the mast Impressive.
5omr Serious Things lo May
In the precocious enrly work the boy
artist was frankly experimenting with
technical problems, getting the famous
"rhythm" that nil cubists Insist upon,
putting colors together prettily nnd mnk.
Itw the des gns "carry" Now that the
artist lins arrived nt rnnn's estate he has
found. In spite of hlirself, some serious
things to say
Tho "Imiglnatlve Portrait of n.
Woman" Is a cubist's Melancholia, a
stern, sad, warning creature, that not
even an opponent to modernism would
be Inclined to laugh at, The woman's
eyes are duplicated nt one, side of her
head as In a succession of mirrors, but
there can be no question of the dignity
of the work.
A picture calleil the "ItaMier" nlso has
a quality so Intense us to 1m almost relig
ious. The line' are quite disintegrated
ird sometimes they nre reiterated, but
tho hplrlt of the painting Is the spirit that
moved Mantegna when drawing a St.
John. To mention so great a name as
Mantegna'a In this connection will sound
flippant to the opponents of the new
KChool, but to the "advanced guard" It
will be Insufficient praise; no wide apart
are now these warrmg factions.
Mr. Weber's finest flight, however, Is
his "Woman and Tents." a subtle and
wholly delightful nrrangement In colors
and line. It Is almost clear enough In
meaning to convert those who are always
insisting that they wish to "understand."
The tents can actually be distinguished
as tents. The face of the woman shows
nn orler.tnl strain; she Is a Persian or
perhaps n Chinese; there Is hint of re
freshment upon a table; there Is, In short,
a general play throughout the picture of
tha Ideas suggested by the tltlo of It.
Prejodlrn Strong; Ilnrrler.
Undoubtedly could It have been
smuggled Into the country under the plea
that It was an ancient Ceyloneso or
AyrUti wnrV many mnrm AelfuwlAy .lefifrA
invent could p 'riight to ndmlre lt than
The racquet championship contest for S-30 p M , the guilts will loungo In the ! W'U be the case now that fts cublstle
a gold racquet will be held I'ebrunry 11, easv chairs or move about as thoy choose
12. 13 and 14. Thn Tuxedo Club will during a varied concert of music and
hold lnformnl dinces on February f, 13. . readings. Tlie men will be allowed to
and 2". The annual fancy dres ball will smoke. There will be no dinclng.
be held In the club on Saturday nenlng. Mrs. Walter Seott Andrews, recontly
February 20. returned from Par:, will dlrei t thn nfter
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hyle have moved noon oinrert. Lawrence Grant, with his
Into the Elliott cottage for tho winter "ten minute travellotles Illustrated by pic
and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cowdin are In the tures In color" will be the feature of the
Hull cottage. Mr and Mm. II. M. Til- evening programme. Conterno's Sextet,
ford entertained at dinner to-nlsht In Dwiglit Fiske. Mile Madelelno d'Esplnoy
their cottage. They will go South next nnd Keith Mm Donald nlso will enter
week, i u
TAKE COSTLY APARTMENTS.
r
M. Frelilsnm nnil F. . in tillers lo
Join Pnrk .tie, Colony. I
Mlchuel Freldsam, president of H. Alt
man A Co., nnd Francis S Smlthers, the
banker, wilt Join tho Park avenue apart
ment colony, which now numbers many
persons of social and business prominence.
Mr. Freldsam has taken the eighth floor
apartment In the building In course of
construction at tho northwest corner of
Park avonuo and Fifty-fourth street
through George It. Head & Co. Tho floor
will be built and laid nut to nil 1 1 his
wishes.
Mr. Smlthers Is to live In the new
apartment house at the southeast corner
of Pnrk nvenun nnd Sixty-first street. He
has taken a suite of twenty rooms with
five baths. Having HvaiI In n private
house In Fifty-ninth streot facing Central
Pnrk for sixteen years Mr. Smlthers de
manded features which are not usually
found In modern apartments. To meet
his wishes the steelwork nnd the entire
structural arrangement of the floor ho
han leased had to bo changed. His apart
ment wilt have n billiard room, conserva
tory and mora thnn 3,000 square feet of
entertainment space.
Mr. Smlthers wHI pay $12,000 a year
rent for tho next ten years. He leased
tho apartment through Pease & Elllmnn.
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I
ANNOUNCEMENT OF PUBLIC SALES
sWW
Anderson Galleries
MadHon Avenue at Fortieth I it, N Y.
FLOWER GIRL TO PAY $12,120.
She Offers HlKliest He lit for Stnntl
nt Hrooklyn IlrltlKc,
Anna Papadametrl, the flower girl of
City Hall Park, won In the bidding for
the stnnd under the stairs leading to
the Brooklyn Ilrldgo from City Hall Park,
Anna, whose dark beauty and vlvuclty
gained for hor tho friendship of the late
Mayor Oaynor, conducts a llower stand
there. She has been paying the city
$50 a month. Recently Pnrk Commis
sioner Ward decided tho city should get
a better rental, nnd advertised for bids.
Yesterday he opened them and found that
Miss Papiidamotrl, with a bid nf $12,120
a year, had made the highest offer. Some
largo concerns competed for tho space.
German Mcssnues Delayed,
The Western Union Telegraph Company
announces It Is advised by the wireless
service that In cao of possible absence nf
German censors German messages may bi
delayed In transmission and that mes
ssgs filed In the early forenoon at the
point of origin stand the best chnnce of
transmission to Germany.
Henry V. Perry Takes Neirpnrt
nstntr.
De Hlols A Eldrldga have loaied for the
Lyman estate Tho Poplars, In Le Hoy
nvenue, NewiMiTt, It. I., to Henry Pierre
punt ivrry for the season of 1915.
In Nevr York To-day.
Catholic Club, reception to Gov Walsh
of Mnssachusotui, 120 Central Park South,
9 P. M.
People's Institute, lecture by Alexander
S. Haeon, Cooper Union, 8 P. M,
Mount Slnal Hospital, meeting board of
dlreiiom. 100th street nnd Fifth nvrnuc,
11-16.
South Harlem Neighborhood Associa
tion, address by Abrntu I. Elkus, 231 East
tOlth street. S P M.
Friars, dinner to Jerry Cohan, Hotel
Aator, 70 V, li.
Thackeray Collection
tmbracins many great rarities of the high
tit importance to collectors, consigned
for unrestricted Public Sale by
Mr. B. A. Behrcnd
of Drookline. Mas. Msny Original Draw
ing! and Manuscript I'ormj, the Epilogue
to Dr. Birch and MS. of the Boolt, the
original manuscript of the Pinner speech,
letteri written by Thackeray to Mill
Holmes, and very scarce First Editions of
Thackeray's works, some of which contain
letters and manuscripts. AIo many im
portant books consigned by Mrs, Rebecca
Wharton Caw of Philadelphia, and
original manuscripts and musical scores by
Gounod, Haydn, Liszt, Meyerbeer, Mo
rart, and Wagner consigned by Carl
llamm of New Yoik. To be Sold Thurs
day afternoon, February 4.
Rare Art Objects
and
Valuable Antiques
The importations by the firm of H. 0,
Watson It Co.. 10 East Forty-ninth
Street, New York City, and selected dur
ing a term of years by the late
H. 0. Watson
Enamels, Porcelains, Mirrors, Wood
Carvings, Marbles, Pottery, Embroideries,
Velvets, Cabinets, Antique Furniture.
Decorative Paintings, a remukable pair
of wrotight-iron Gates, an Original Signed
Sheraton Drawing-room Suite of Seven
Pieces, and many other artistic and
unique Art Objects.
Now on Public Exhibition
to be sold without restrictions by order of
John Hanson Kennard, Esq,, trustee in
bankruptcy, on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday Afternoons, Feb, 9, 10 and II.
OLD ENGLISH CHINA
Lustre, Glass, Pewter, Copper, and hit
toric Staffordshire Figurines, consigned
for Unrestricted Sale from a Massadiu.
setts Collection, Now on Public Ethibi.
tion. Many rariUs. To be Sold Wednes
day afternoon, February 3d.
Other Iniimrlant Announcements
aflerniiiiiK. half are held l zi.id
later. Inhibitions mornings snd
suit rtlin iiVlork. f'aUlnguas
mailed Tree on appllrattnn.
'telephone .Munay Hill 7IIW0.
The Anderson Galleries
SAM'.S (.VI)l'( THI) 11V
Mil liti:i)r.HUii A. CHAPMAN'.
origin Is avowed Prejudice is strong
In the world of ISese nnd Is not to be
broken down by a single example. To
those who can wave aside the modern
rhythmical w.iy of painting, or look
through It to the artist's meaning, the
matter In the "Woman and Tents" will
he found essentially classic
Tho lorgn picture called "New York"
"has a logic of Its own," the London
Times felt, "though io one could guess
even that It was a representation of a
place." Something sinuous, a great worm
or serpent, twlsta "Ita slow length along"
this curious picture. This serpent starts
In the picture from a spot, that, since
we know the title of the picture, we can
guess to be City Hall, and winds In and
j out of the whole city. It Is not, how
ever, what you think It Is. It is, tha nrt
Ist explains, merely tho "Subway Influence."
5
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UEUT.-GEff. 0. B. MTXMAN.
Hera of. Hrvrral CumpnlKns Dies at
Alee or 113.
London, Jan. 30. Lleut.-Gen. fllr
Oeorga Hrynn Mllinan, retired, 1s dead.
He was 92 yearn old.
Lleut.-Clrn. Mllman wrus the eon of Gen.
Francis Miles Mllman. He was born
IVvembor 30, 1822, at Tredegar IVrk.
Newport, nnd wiui educated nt Uton. He
was gaactted Second Lieutenant of tho
Fifth Fusiliers In 1S39 and served with
this regiment twenty-six years In tho
Ionian Islands, nt Gibraltar. In Mauritius
and In India during the mutiny.
M was present at the action of Marl-
gunge and the relief of Lucknow and
commanded a detachment on the tHlkoo-
sna and Martlnlere with distinction. Ha
was with Outram'a foices at tha Alum-
bagh, Including the capture, of Lucknow,
aim auo was in me uuue campaign In
1858-9. He again won distinction at the
action of Doundlnkelro, whera he com
manded an advance guard.
Henry 13. Drake,
Henry B. Drake, 5, prominent In tho
naptint denomination In Hrooklyn. died
yesterday at his homo, 200 Hchermerhorn
street Ha served ns deacon, trustee and
Sunday school superintendent of tha
Tabernacle Church and for many years
w-(L prestnont or tne Hrooklyn Bapt at
Church Extension Society, Ho Teavea a
wlfa and two eons.
John L, Jlayre,
John L. fjayre, 70, one of tha founders
of the oil firm of Plpot, Bayre A Co., died
yesteruay at nia home, 174 Clinton ave
nue, Hrooklyn, He was one of the oldest
member of the Lafayetto Avenue Prcsby
terion Church. He la survived by his
eon, John L. Bayre.
lira. Jennie HteTenaon,
Mr Jeanle Stuvimson, for many yearn
a teacher In Public, School 145, Noll street
and Central nvenue, Hrooklyn, died yes
terday at hor home, G25 Ilalnbrldgo irtroet.
In her fiftieth year, She became ill In
her clans room on Friday afternoon. Her
huflband, two sons and two daughters nur
vlva her.
Mr. Albert Hersr.
IrtkirsTKAD, L. I., Jan. 30. Mrs. Albert
llerr, 45, died yesterday In the Nassau
Hospital following an operation, She
was an active suffragist. Her husband
nnd seven children survive her,
Mr, Mary llrnmer,
Mrs. Mary IJeamer, wife of Andrew O.
Hoajner. an employee of 'Pint Hvkninu
Sun, died yesterday of hivirt dlseaao at
her home, 234 Went Fourteanth street, at
the ago of 40, Mm. lleotner hod been 111
only a few days. Tho fumeral will toko
place this nfternoon from Delaney'a
cnnpoi, 131 tireonwirn avenue.
Mnrtln II. Ijirrler.
Martin U. Lawler, a civil war veteran
and, or eighteen years chief OMpaaUr Ml
"OUGHT TO BE SEEN BY EVERY ONE
TAKING AN INTEREST IN THE OLDER EX
PRESSIONS OF ART AS A KIND OK REFRESH
MENT OF THE SPIRIT DISTRESSED BY SO
MANY CURRENT ABOMINATIONS IN THE WAY
OF 'NEW ART.' "THE PRESS. , ,
American Art Galleries
MAIIIHUN SUUAItl'. Sllt'lll, M:vr KlltK
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
(Sunday Excepted) and continuing until the date of the tale
Special Evening View
TUESDAY of THIS WEEK, from 8 to 10 o'clock.
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
By Direction of
Thomat Williams and Henry K. S. Williams, Trustees
Wednesday & Thursday Evenings of This Week '
Feb. 3rd & 4th, at 8:15 o'Cloclc, in the
Grand Ball Room of the Plaza
(Admission by card lo be had free of the Manasjert)
"Masterpieces of Modern Art"
Forming the
Notable Private Collection
of the late
Ichabod T. Williams, Esq.
of this City
"A REMARKABLE ENSEMBLE, RECALLING THE OLD
DAYS OF THE DANA, MARY MORGAN, SPENCER AND
OTHER GREAT COLLECTIONS." ROYAL CORTISSOZ IN
THE TRIBUNE.
"ITS MAIN DISTINCTION IS THE HIGH LEVEL OF
MERIT, THERE BEING PRACTICALLY NO BLANK NUM
BERS. THE SALE IS SURE TO BE AN INTERESTING
EVENT." THE SUN.
"IT PROBABLY WILL BE MANY A DAY BEFORE THE
SALE OF A PRIVATE COLLECTION WILL BRING INTO THE
AUCTION ROOM SO MUCH PERSUASIVE BEAUTY AS THE
WILLIAMS COLLECTION BRINGS TO THE AMERICAN ART
GALLERIES." THE TIMES.
Also on View
The Beautiful
Old Chinese Porcelains
Japanese LacqUera, Bronzea and other Melal Work, Enamels,
Etchings, Engraving! Water Colors, Oriental Ruga and a number
of Fine Cabincta
Collected by the well-known connoisseur, the late
William Churchill Oastler
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE by Direction
of Dr. Frank R. Oastler and Thomat F. Keating, Ezecutora.
On Friday and Saturday Afternoons of THIS WEEK,
February 5th and 6th, at 2:30 o'clock.
At the American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York.
Illustrated CataloRue will be mailed on receipt of 75 cents.
ii
In the Book and Print Department
ON EXHIBITION MONDAY AND TO BE SOLD THERE ON THE DATES
ANNOUNCED
Works on the Fine Arts and Illustrated Books
THE VALUABLE COLLECTIONS OF
H. A. Smythe Martin, L. Crist Delmonico, and
J. H. Koch
and the late J
Ichabod T. Williams and Rudolf Seckel
Constituting highly Important Books on Painting, Old Prints, Pot
tery nnd Furniture, nnd the great Galleries of the world, Including the
Wallace, Louvre nnd Vatican. Pirancsl with nearly 1,400 plates; Rovln
skl's great work on Rembrandt nnd his pupils. An extensive collection
of art catalogues. Robcrt-Dumcsnil, I.c Peintrc-Graveur Francois and
other works of similar character.
to be Bold at unrestricted public sale
ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, 191S
At the Hours of 3i30 in the Afternoon and 8t30 in the Erenlng
ALSO THE IMPORTANT COLLECTION OP THE LATE
Madame Louisa Nidelet
COMPRISING BOOKS. COINS AND MEDALS OF OR RELATING TO
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. HIS ADHERENTS AND CONTEMPORARIES
nnd Works of French Literature nnd History
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
On Wednesday, February 3rd, at 3:30 o'clock In the Afternoon
and on Thurwday, February 'lib, tit 3:30 In tho Afternoon and 8:30 In the
Evening.
The ialr will be condnrteil li Mil. Til Oil AS r KIHIIT
anil Ills aiaUtant. Ilr, Olio llerntt ur tbe
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
3, 4 and O IS. 23d Street, lladlion Sq. Sou Hi. .e fork.
Bollevue Hospital, filed yeirtenfcir at the
. ' ..... .i i. . u tit I in
nunie oi iw uukiuvi, ... ...
Orar. Ml West NIncty-alxth atreet, In his
MARRIED.
nOJtT TIB KAY. At Knlnirtn Clmrch,
Kttulnrton, Iondon, nn Monday, Jan
uary II, FJiytUa Bdwaiyn da Kay,
daufbtrr af Mr. and Mrs. Charlti de
Kay of New fork, o Hdward Hull
Ilury, Itb Buftolk Haslinent, son of John
O. Ilury, Eij; lUilu 1'roNuer of 1IU
tory at Cambridge. Kncland,
DIED.
JCTOEimOK. At Hoknaclc ft. J.. Satur
day rnomtnsr. January 10, lilt, John J.
In tha Ifhty-fltlh year of hl are.
Service at his lata rfl(lftvc, 160 .Main
atreet, Ilarkuninck, on Monday, Ftbru
ary J. at I r. M.
11BAMK11. Suddenly, on January :, Hit,
Mary lle&mer (nee Itegun), wit of An
drew (1, Heamer, In lier fortieth year.
Puneral from IJnUney Cliapal. Ulirlsth
avenue, il 2 1. M. Interment at Calvary
Oemtttery.
lMACKKTT. At Prlneaton, N, J on Fri
day, January SI, Cyrua I', nrackatt, In
the elrhty-aecond year of hla ai,
Funeral eerTtra In tha Marquand Chapel,
I'rlnetton University, at 2:30, Monday,
February 1.
FOHTCrt. At Nawhura-h, N. V., January 21,
Hit, William Kneter. ,
Fjn.rtU aervleea lll b held for relatlvea
and Ultimate frlonda nt )ia late resi
dence, Liberty ami North atrtela. on
flutvUy. January 21, ut 2 1. M. Inter-
DIED.
JOHNHON. On January 25, H15. at Van
couver, II. Cm 1-iura lloadly, widow at
Ilr, Philip IS. Johnaon and daughtar of
th luta (ioorsco lloadly,
Funeral at UhrUt Cburob, Stratford.
Comu on Monday, February 1, Hpaetal
train lea at (irand Central KllUi
lupprr level) track No. 21, at :!0 A. U.
MniUULL. On Friday, January It. Ella
bath J., In tha eanty.fourth yoar of
her ate, al tha residence of har brother,
Charlra K. Merrill, 110 Kaat ttlxty-MV
anth atreet.
Funeral private. Interment at Eiatar, N. It
WAltltKN'. On Huturday, January 80, HI 5,
Buaan M Warren.
Funeral eervloo at the Droadway Tahae
nanla Church, II road way and Fifty
alith atreet, on (Sunday, January II, at
420 1. M. Interment at convaitenoe
of tha family.
CNDBHTAKRRS.
TH-t a i,Txr X? riiimr.irt rJ W
mac
AMIISKMF.NTS.
Carnegie Hall, WED. EVE. MAR. 24
Oratorio Society ol new York
ilA Kmann, Inula Koemnraica. Oaaaetar,
WOLF-FERRARI-Viu. Nuor.
BACH-Magnificat
llarta Sumlrltna, ltoaa nryaat, Alfred D.
Hhaw and Clareore Wbltvblll. N. T. 6r
plwinj Orrti !e lo 11.(10, at all Apaaelea.

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