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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915.
HOE ORIENTAL ART STOJOWSKI'S MUSIC COLLECTION SHOWN AT SPECIAL CONCERT A BUSINESS BOOM, OR- li.nr I'nlntiniis. Cloisonne n,ul Three New ('otiioMtion l I'orcelnins on View in Itivitilrnt Polish Musician ineridin (Snllcrics. Well Plnyeil. WOHKS OF HIIKAT ARTISTS SYMPHONY: fONCKIITOS Willi the cooperation of Wlllem Wll leke. '.elllst. iinil Die Philharmonic So ciety's irchestrii, Josef Strnnsliy, con ductor, Slslnnnii.t -tojowskl, pianist hiiiI coirnHneer, gave A concert of hi . Vt Association galleries, for the own work yesterday afternoon In Aeo ip of cloisonne anil porcelain com- H u, The compositions heard we-rr extreme r.irlty Win auhtletiei or .,ymphony In l minor, a Velio nw and design, With the Hoe en lc,- shuwn a eolleetlin or palnttnss , " ' ; ' . nrs anil artists, who sometimes n their attitudes toward work w ill he surf to find themselves )nl ncr the Oriental collection of I II je, now on view In the Aincr- e' g-rat Importance, cliletly liy the rrr h mnter who hale wielded the rreitfi-t Influence upo-j the present acn tM "ti of nrt!etn of tTie entire world The Hoe cloisonne enamels consist of .i.es. tiinnd luccne burners, large (Iff. 11 ii of gilt and clolKonnc, animal nnapot for Ilia tlrst time jcilird.iy. . .1 r en tahleii and benches. They haie concerto was produced at ond piano concerto, A Hat, opus The sniphony was written In 1900 and won n prlxc for I'ollMi composers given by Jlr, 1'iidcre-wskl, Mr. Stojowsl'.l -teacher The 'cello conccito wiih played rhe plan.. a i nncet t c.tet variety In design, and the ,,f ii, London Svinnlunv Otchestrn In -ol !. have taken on the rlrhnewt th.it .lune, 1103, Atthur Nlklsch conduct sn'v time can Rive. The dispersal or ,,K n, jjr. stojowskl at the piano. Ills, collection at auction lias an especial j u Wl be gathered fiom these roe MR! tfkance. a It la said to be the laM 0rj5 t Iiat Mr. Htojowskl's tindertnk ureal collection of cloisonne that can , inRM ,aVe been serious and have been time upon tho market. Most of the rrnK-ctfully regarded by mimical people. riu that comprlfe It came from the The h.arn(r 0f them yesterday demon, lle.tlon of tht owners father, the late Krated their right to such consldera- Itohcrt Hoc. There, uro additions from , ,lo for M ,hr(p w,r)(B showed the me Herbert n Hquicr. tnc uoncri .a rie a-id Hober II. lllshoji collection. Two large (lionet. In gilt and enamel , ela e from the Ch'len-lunE period and arc uld to bo portrait! of an empress and . n er '.ccss of her household, They are composer to bo a man of taste, t.ili nt and technical nrcoitvpllshtnfiitir: Tlv symphony follows classic lines in Its general structure, but mini' of the themes heard In the Inhuming recti: In subsequent movements, usually Ine both as sculpture nd as specimens 1,,,,', midu.0 " ; T iIl .V um. r h ne Tlie oompoer-s lMllsh nationality Is modelled with "r,,"'"'' In mB of Ills m.lodlc com- . SnUeltv the sense of the hi- n0'1"0"" '"'' Ul Hiflr treatment r kl S ! .h h, (rv l clvcn 1 Curiously enounh. the results not Infre .f, reat soreness The richness of ' QUcntly n'Call those reache.1 by Dvorak ,V M" " nrt rtd f gilt U well brought I J" his Anter.can music, for the role, eur m the gallery, as the dark velvet ; huve their syncopal one and their penta- U kirround makes a particularly happy nlc progression too. The symphony .n ,i .tihiiui.i .-,iiii.iniii,iii, iiuiril 11.11 evenly unstained In morlt. Tho slow coiifast. KimnieU and t'orcrlallis A tripod censer of the Ch'len-liiliR rfrfoU. of largo slie, No. 24S, Is a large nd gorgeous i-peclmen of the ennmeller'n art, and In adflitlon lias a cover or sin 1 Open V.. rK OI muni II1I1J1...1.- ...ro.... t.-.nrl,.n, il.n.-j, .... - ,.....l,lr,M.1 linns ri.ite from the ' Pnncipttl lllemee M ng period, ni do many of the largest iies and Incense burners In the oollec- l'011' . . . Ti.e Hoe M)icelalns Include peach b.oom Jars and bowls, mirror blacks, ves in camella green, a 1.ms-yan Jar in brilliant sang-de-bieuf. ce ladon". tie and whites and famllle vertes. There are also many Jade pendants. Jade rl.in"c vases and an especially In :retir.g box of carved Cinnabar lacquer. The tapestries Include a Hernia. movement Is pleasing without sounding any depths, while the scherio Is tin uiually effective ,ln Its figuration and Its orclie-stral treatment. The 'cello concerto l In one move ment of four sections, built on three It is closely made and has some Inlet rating formal filatures, such a the Inclusion of a brief slow movement between the two main sec tions of the first allegro. The finale recalls tho andante subject for Ilm sec ond theme. The work did not seem yes terday to be exjn dally effective for the solo Instrument, although the player a so admirable an artist as Mr. Wllleke. The piano concerto was perhaps the tnojt satlufytng piece of the three, 1 a Vwf COLUMBIA'S BUDGET CLOSE TO $4,000,000 (ireiitesl in lUslor.v .M it He Iwiresl of Any Aniericnn i;niver.si.v. a ill! SALAIUKS INCHKASKD i ,1 though ceitalnl.v not as strongly con- cjimir of the middle of the sixteenth ' celved or built as the sj-mphony. Hut t 'a v. woven In silk and cotton, por- Mr. .Stojowskl Is a pianist and he writes rn ng the ''unisv,ment of the Un- well for his Instrument. The concerto '.itlifal lVdagoRoe" who had trlert m 1 va originally called "prologue, scherio . t . tr i.ir hv handing over all of his and variations'' and this title clearly . i"e pupils to the enemy, a French j outlines Its form. The transfer of themes jnl)i!!i tapestry nhowing 'Tsbolo and from one part to another Is again used "i-rn ' a seventf entn century Urussels . Rn the variations are evolved out of irg:i e and a "tollo peinte" that itatu two subjects previously heard ' in the late sixteenth century These variations are skilfully made V 1st of paintings now on nisvia ; and the composer hae Imlnlgvd in tiv n t' o Amer' an Art Ansoclatlon gal- striking device of permlttlne the con- includes the names of many eml- certo to end In a prolonged diminuendo ... ,, nt mtl'ts. but the pat tlcul.tr feature instead of the customary brilliant bra- Slllllllcil Oil the Of'PHII rl'OIlt lit . t f .irpm'un'ty the collection ih vura close. t t Jd f the work of the French- On the whole these compositions were .1 1. tie-onic. who hat had so great , north a hi-trlng and they were all pre rluence as it teacher upon the sonted well. Mr. Stojowskl probably an school of modirn painters. contribute the least satisfying element i In hit own playing, which doubtless suf- Tis an ill wind CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL TURNED OVER TO CITY HofknwH.v hihI Vill Acconi iiiodnfo 1,00(1 Pntients. TO ENCOURAGE GARDENING. VISITS BREAD LINE; KNOWS THE FEELING nllsns' Tombs PnrrieU. Tvere are no less than a dozen of h.s w i.s ill of them hlgaly characteristic ..... .!.. All nt them are of r.'urn theme-, with several that po--i- the Mcred tombs of gieal Sultans. .era' r enes of women at the bath In . " the faultless drawing of the nudfs v I awaken the cnthup nv.n afresh of Jerome's American pup.K and a won 'rfu! horse standing before a saddle waar hih bred it must Jipeal even a denic of automobiles J fered from some natural anxiety. DOUBLE BELL AT OPERA. Sirs, llnrilr filtea Talk for neneflt of t'hllil Wrlfarr I.ennue. At the home of Mrs. Walston Hilt Hrown, 117 Kast Twenty-first street, was held yesterday afternoon the first of a series of "Four Intimate Talks on Sue- , .. cessful Oardenlmr" by Mrs. Herbert ; Mil II N ow Ml 1 110 Light Of Pl'Ols Uarde Several prominent women of siHMety are among the subscribers for HTltV HePHnH OtllOT this course of lectures, tho proceeds of ' which will he deoted to the Child Wei- DaVS. faro League. It Is the object of those interested in rorneluis S- miss. Jr. president of ' " movement of encouraging gardc.nE MfVfPV. r t ill a''T Tr.bu.ie that he branched the New York Association for Improving nmK rMM"n a ' .MAN Hi NOI? i V AMI SjhT writer of countrywide rep l.'Oracnli." anil "allac Lame uillenrc. At th Metropolitan Open Urt evenlnu louls one act "I.'Or.icolo"" and "raRliacd" llnte the Condition of the l'oor. turned over '" "''' "" :TJ"'C -'"'ZZ to the clt rir.y - hMj.li-1 robins St,1;i(lln .Iom; upward of yn.noo reads to car.- for .mmn., ,, MrlI?..r. Mr. , i , on.-e hungr. Thatstnoughl I3S .hlldreu afrtnted with W-l i,rwster MacDonald. Mrs. Albert P ' I ,mr t need to tell you my n.me. ",7" i--iiu.. e. - uoardman. Mrs. Hlgln It U Gould. Mrft Monte an,! rvariy lor Immediate occupancy. ,..j,ti ..-, ... ,-.i,a.i.. .,.. Columbia fnlverslty trustees ap proved n budget of nearly $4,0(i0,(i00 nt a tn.ellng yesterday. This Is Co lumbia's largest budget and probably exceeds any budget of an American unlvcri'lly. The exact figures show a total of 3,S!)T,3S0, which Is mote than 1100,000 In excess of the budget for the present academic yeat. In splto eif this Increase the deficit for the year Is tho tunallest In crs. It I ostium 'oil nt U:,0:i7, hh against I'd. USS One of the reasons for the re duced deficit Is the fact that the new system of fees will go Into effect In September, bringing the university a Hiilist.inil.il Increaso In revenues. Several ltnptoenients are (.ontem plated by tho trustees In adding to th budget and ninety-six olllcers receive Increases In tialailixi. ' The general university budget totals J2.2J,6t : Barnard, 1I6.0'J8; TeacJiers Colli go. tii7iJ.G7S, thet Collese of I'har-j niacy. 4 4.H6 J. OlflM urnountlng to )I4,I:I wero an nounced. J Aeaoclate IrofesorR Heaul, politico. Campbell, metallurgy, llcrvcy, Ourman, and Slnkhovlti.-h. i-conomlc history, were promoted to the grado of full professor. Assistant rroressors uayes, mtiory, Morecroft, electrical mglneerlng, Kll- i Patrick, Toaohers' College and Illllegas. Teaclicri. College, were) promoted to tho ! irrade of associate profeKsor. I ' ' Instructors Klllolt, physical educa-' , lion ; Finch, civil engineering : ,Iudd, i mining . Kendrlck, hlntor' . Schulze, i fierman ; Wltlhulf t, mechanical cngl- luerlne, and Associate Jlon, mechanical englneeilng. were appointed to b" as. ; slstant pi-ofcsors. I Kdwnrd J. elrant, A. II IPOS, who has . been for a number of yearn chief clerk 1 I In the registrar's ottlce, was apjolnted I i iisslhtant registrar ef the university. , In Teachers Collrg.i the following new appointments w-io made Thomas Henry Hrlgga to be associate i piofessnr of education. I Kmma II. Gunthei to he assistant profe.-wir of household administration. In older to meet the needi of the , rapidly growing student body, provision was made for increates in the teachlns matt In nnglisb. history, Journnllmi. , physical education and social science. Provision was His.) made for clinical I teaching at Ilellevue Hospital after July 1. CHESTER FIRKINS, POET, DEAD. nrllllant VnniisT Verse Writer Is Victim eif llrart llleenae. Chester Ilrklns. one of the best know. of the younger verse writers In thi country, dbl of heart disease esterdny afternewn nt the llo'el Van Itensv-laer 17 Hast Klevcnth street. Mr. Firkins was about 33 years old. and was born In Minneapolis. He lep the University of Mlrnesota about th'r teen ears ago enter newspaper wom on the Minneapolis Timet. About ear latsr he became a member of the stafT of the Ohio Mta.fr Javrnnl of Co lu-nbus and then went '.o the Cin-nnat Commerclol Triduiie, It was while connected with tee out an a sen- reputation Some of the magailnes to which he contrib uted were .Mumtjs, .svrt&acr'.., Vnfirj' Allntffo .lonfMv, P'lCk and Jmfyr About ten years ago he became te.e- graph editor of the Chicago Kztmiiiirr American Art Galleries m.iiiso stit aiii. sot hi, m;m 10IIK On Free View 9 A. M. Until 6 P. M. and continuing until the elate of the sale The Valuable Collection of Oriental and Other Art Objects Formed by Mr. Arthur I. Hoe (Son of the Utc Robert Hoc) Consislinq of a Notable Collection of Antique Chinese Cloisonne Enamels, from the Robert Hoe, Squires, IJorelcn and other Famous Sales. Carved Jade, Chinese Porcelains, Antique Chinese Bronzes, Fine Gobelins and Flemish Tapestries Old Persian and Chinese Rugs and Miscellaneous Objects To Be Sold at Unrestricted Putilic Sale On Friday and Saturday Afternoons of This Week, March 5th and 6th, at 2:30 o'clock u.i.i MitA n:i i .u At.uiii i: MAii.r.it on iii: i;iri iif ct.mh, ALSO ON VIEW A Very Important Collection of Valuable Modern Paintings By the Barbizon Masters Contemporary French and American Artists Including Eleven Representative Examples of Gerome nd Works by ! 1 i Corot (2) Dupre (2) Israels Bouguereau AlmaTadema Monticelli (2) Uientadt Rouiteau Decamps Bonheur, Rota Boldini Sehreyer Lely Knight, D. R. Dial (2) Fromentin Ziem Breton Monet Schraeder De Boclc Madrazo Dauliigny Jacque Van Marcke Marpicnies Lsndeeer Metdag Detaille Jacquet I I Von Pettenlcofen Dieterle and many other Foreign and American Artists To be sold at Unrestricted Public Sale for account of several Estates and privr.le owners, as Specifically indicated on the Catalogues of Sale On Friday Evening of This Week, Mar. 5th, at 8 o'c In the Grand Ball Room of The Plaza lAumlvion bv curd to tie Sled free nt the Mnac"i il. 1. 1 sirtATi ii lAl.exit'i: ma It. Kit eiN itlUT.HM or jr. i m-. Ihe aboTe ste will be rurtdueteit ht Mlt. THOMAS :. Klltlir anil lil lliit, Mr. eittn llernet. of ilir AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers 7. 4 and II K. S.'lil .street. MBillon N, .uulli ,en lurk oper.i w Arei the hoKpital. P.irt of an entire plant to JIrj ,.,,-lun(.;y mmslu, MrH willlani K' It of no Importance a far aa rumen this time he hid er.nleverl a reputa u... j .... I.,.-.,.. .v..,.. ,h. linn ne.ue 01 nie riims. "nun he.ird by . larse amllence. Tlie size enulHt eventuallv of 11 four atory structure and elRht p.ivlllnna. with an II Sliallor. Mre. Kotiert O ntnmn w-j j neetiwed fov hia enemlea of the asembl a jueh aa to hii4 iin.-L.... ,n. u.h.n i Lnnvn :m Ttn. . . "". . ,..ii .i i, n. ....... .... - ..- - jiunenty in me nenooi lor .inpuen I'e-. . ., . .... ,, c,,. yeriun, .Mr r i 4ire ,iKo ot neinc ini'ue.t.. th.et the pnhVe infection frr Uon- want rark. ore.m Iiont property pur- .1.., lxmirton avenue ami Thlrtloth ",,r " """ - neMed with fie ,4mei(e-iM ' 'rue Ilia worK aptieuis ";",".,... Mvalln" work I liot entirely tuimed by cli.teerl by thn rlty In 1013 for the. ,,rM,t j free bread depot In Mret atret yteter. Mr. Flrklna'B mother. Ira. It ,-v I'irk.i e and Mre. (Icorge I.. Wheelock l! :hool for Applied Ie Ingersoll Pint He .jid thla to .N'en1 York he Joined the etaff of the Now York .tmrrieoii. With the ece. Ith his 't and tlon of a period of elx months, dunn eftiniteit rapaeity or i.t'tjn nene. if ai Th. n(,.. nu.Minc i,e i,.m on i .. ,u i. .. ... j..,u.j .,. jia .i.i- ,Mrfi. vhteh time he winked on thn Net Yon. ...wi.... ... .1... u.,v.r.l innliB.1 ri. ' ,....r.f i.'uiim .a i,i,tt v.nn r., . v,,d nthcr who have penetrated Into " ' : . t ti.i.n ' I'lpeini: f'l ..ir. .iiueu in mo nut- secret plai-ea of l.aMri J';" of C'nnlo. lilt. nWme wat- taken last pietenco of Mr. Cnruto In tho lole reiept on of the association' Rift v,.n more emotional in their account. 'rhapi. than he, but they have alro itn more Incoherent. IIU technique i pirfectly adapted to hlB needa and m cover a hint In any of thejie mres that he Is. trjlnn artlBtlo ex 'nimnt". Thn first one Is a perfectly i nted and drawn aa the laid one. H.ivlns no further concern about "ho !, tho artist could give all of fritt to his fubjectt, and theac were - ways of the kind that had their In rtiil Intcrext The horse already poken of that ap evenlnc ''v t!.ounnl .Martlnelll, younc tenor lio piheeh nn uncoin monly good voice and who something astonlahte. hla heawit liy the employ ment of a considerable amount of llneyjie. In hi. slnclne. Thl" wa.s the ca-e laKt mplit lie aanp the muMc of OimIo very well and amused a large m.iMir of ent iuxt' Thi' part pre.inted to the city csler- dav eonflMa of to pavil.on, l!nit pa it of the main lio-pltal atructure con- neitiiii; them ami a pouur plant m NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mm .1 F'irrnont Morarnn w 1 irHr x nii tinK uini m power pmni ko , - , . V. . i i. tor 13i patents until the lest of the planx are finished The main lioepllal tiulldln. four stories Id arh with un attic for '.violation imiT'i'-ec, provlie,s faclllt'ea for dlnlnc. will com" from dinner. Riven hy Mrs. dav, and Tom Mcrrv Immediately lent n on her a from .Mintie.ii.illn to iair inn. in e-ir charce of her -on'a lody M- rtrkm . . j 1 1 one brtr.her la Pro.' (War K'rklns of the Were you ever In a bread line. t'nnPrHly 0f Minnesota, himself a ivr.tet aked Tom of note Hie ustir. Mite I'ran.ci Thank (lod - 1 never had t do that Firkins. I librarian of the unlserit renilln tne anival 01 ,u.- i irKirs. arranuement" nave bee i . ftiiia h.i'd L'.llpH mi, fhn ultbnOBh ,. . ... ... , ... n I e-harles It, Alexander and Mrs Pierre y r0UM nand II now, for 1 know what ni;ijf Mull 1 .. .. . . . . . i ' t, in.unc T, n.pn mil i.r n n I in am. Mme. ucsmti was the .rfiiia r.iit and plio njoms ror patients, alwi and Mr. Amato was the. Topiio. Too lingers heard In "(.'Ornoolo' were tl3e who have, been heatl in t!'o l ""el " '" au'Pc7.. '". lots of places-out West In the foreMi. Gordon llattle. Mrs. harles Dana alb- . ..... . . ... n mnsr. Vo fS 'f1' I'.thrlriKC. Mre. j ' wncte ... a imoii fcr..,., a,,.. ,.b. i! S y em, war,! and mani Herbert r,a,.,orne. Mte. tieorKe Hrew- lure In N York. Hut 1 ,.. n-ver out ' . b.ap nml ...It. rln...... ..Ill l. i I , n . iu U... I... 1..1 .a ..n i ... I tiMinhiL- liMiin oiiiyat'nir. itental. " " e 01 a ju i"i '""s - u.ii irauiiiiK iihjio ii.o-.iiiiM, u.-iii.u. . - - - . . , r.. , .bVntei , r Vie, i he '-id lie P.wloua ncrfonii-incea of the rk. j.lnwe- and chemieal lalionitor) roonw. '"f" ' ", " ., ' ,, " inr-ucn nh paaniB un me.u. .w- resra .11 the picture called the caddie i ' ' ,.,i,,i . ir ' ,.,i ..... , fn.i r jit nun Vnnderbllt for the benefit of tho Itluo , t hum alay turmd up I was lucky, IK an Immense!) re- ln-u !'." ..,..m. "- lll,l Imluitrlnl filnnl lit ririn pnimlv. ... izaii. t'alro,' d animal and o Is the younit man e.eR.mt dress who haH rilamounted i , rontultlnB the old saddler. Al ' nigh coolly and precisely rendered, kfy a c quite worthy of all that we ft . hj the "Aralilan NlRhts" and have i pei uharlj vivid realism besides. The Ve pit tutea uf sentlnelH at siiltiuis raleed ninoim 3S5 coiitrtbulorH as so- SEW FOR CHILD'S HOSPITAL. Ai.t,.l fiif fh nr.. tent br.vnltnl mill b VirMIlia. countrywide rumpa.trn In widen the vou tef I liji tun tli a.une. I Know now ii REV. DR. McCURDY STRICKEN. Preili) terlnn I'nalur mid ullnirll tii f'tinrrh f.fiYT. IMe. A It N11C flTY. X .1 Mar.'li 1 Th Hi Dr. Thoma" McC'unlj. an .mttint it m chut' Ii Ian and a numb-i of he The Art Event of the Season THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:30; TO-NIGHT AT 8:15 Continuing To-morrow and 3 following afternoon at 2;.1D o'clock: also Thursday KeninR next nt 8:15. SALE BY AUCTION On the premises, 668 FIFTH AVENUE Near 53H St. The Kent-Shmavon Collections Ol 111! Ancient Art of Asia and Europe To he od hy order of the lorelgn on ncrs h Aio are involved In ttie war. Persian Faience. Chinene Porcelains, Italian Majolica, Rare Oriental Rurb and other Treasures. THIS EVENING'S SESSION will be de voted to the great Collection of Ancient Persian Miniatures, Manuscripts, BooUf and Drawings. I' Ml III 1 1 e lull V III Mir or sm l I be Siilr M 111 !! i onilD) tei h Mlt .Mill's I' sllll eieU Women llraiinir M'ork I for I'lipulnr l linrllj. A lone establlahed cl.i'e. which se IMdeiie Urleu will Klvn a lecttiro this '"' ,fl hii- nothlnB in cur stomach jujl0lin eoinnilf-ie of the General . n'.ctur.. (if SiiiIIIiik Joe Htr.i.K-d m a innrnlnK at the home of I.loyd Warren, V'" .. ".'!V ". i, "mbly of tho Vrcnbyierl m Church .iced llradfoid tnime plaved tho leadinc K'tl I'lfth avenue, for tho benefit of - oiitsnle to Keep the co m out 1 hohe Wll4 MrlckcI, wltn i-t fnlluio to. pari The fund hni l n neiu in irust i.uiiiim i i t. n. n niuiun u m in in Mnrj' 1!"'IT waltlns for the city to lie- war. This lerturrt will be clven under crpt the nsioc.lntfoiVa nfler luvvulnl the niispU'eH of teadlnn nr.-h.tivti of New i, ...... u ...j. ii...,, .1,1. I... l i... v.l. v.. ....... .,.1 rt,.l,l . N'eic Vol . C tv WOll I ee.uio an l urn. mm ..iiiuio. ii.ine.-.i ,.ru , e ..ppeal th ,t they make if a wide oM.ltal held Its first meeting for till, ewea-i fie.nl mt and a.Hiime ownership. 'Ju- l ' r. .''T 1 .l re 1- w dldlrult to conceive that any Heuson yesterday mornltiB at the homo e on.Uict and ma ntenanco of the ho- fh' mas. , '01nrv ,r" v' -riww-ol.r o dd be indlffe.ent to these strange of Mra. Henry Mills Day. Kast Forty- l-ml In Kil l this wan done Mrs Whltn. Wa , a- or resist the curiosity that they fourth street. Tl,. ni.-ml.ere. of thla clan Th asaoclatlon shic K-ni Ima oper- Mrs. hltn. orren and .Mrs .s.anford ak. n m one to leatn more of thcxe are alwaya Interested In the success of a ted the Km Hreer.e llnspltal at ( oney v.nnc ' te u exaltations. In nil of these lnB eharlty hall plven each year for tho Inland. w).-re many cures nr.! improve- Dinners will be riven this eveninc hy 'ae- ,,ro tlRUies that are bo well benollt of the hoiiltal, and anions them incuts wore off.-ctid despite tho .Mrs. A. .Murr.iy 1 ounp and Mrs Siiinuel 'd and painted that the word am Mra. AlKernon H. Hilllivun. Mrs. crowded nccomniodatlons The e-xper. II, Valentino. ! '""ilpHtresiUe" sprlnns to the lips. Krank S. Wltherhee-, Mr. John M. How niontnl hospital there will now h ills- The fourth for this season of the Tue.- f word was applied so often to fie- (.ra. Mis. V. Ashtnn de l'etr. Mrs. .-oiitlnued and the foety.two patients ,uy Salons orKanl7.ed by Mrs. Anson P ' when his career was nt full ijeoree II. .Macy. Mrs. Chnrltw I-', Ito. moved lo tho new hospital Texas irami:ill will l- held thla afternoon at that at the end ho became a Mis. John D. Wood, Mrs. .1 OMs l'ost, ricently ndnpted u Sea llreeza lui.-pltal, Hlmrry's. Amnni! the artists will be Ms two tlilncs f.imblned will kill any mail 1 liidu drop In heir In ho Bloomy, doii'l von Hunk o for a minute. I wanted to tell you that I for .me thank you for !'' bread line, althoiiRh 1 il.in'l he to net In It mseif You'll exi in-i- me, won t ou cuiptor In fact. f lever lliildlnl I'lece. Mra. (leorKe Hlltard lli-njamln, Mrs. 1M win S. Hleesev Miss Adelaide While, Mrs. Henry la- Adams. Ml lluth Law rence, Mrs. Thomas lllckn, Mrs. IMwmd Oulhout, Mm. IMvi.ird J. Herwlnd. Mine like the. otio at Oney Island KENT-SHMAVON SALE BEGINS. " i'i ' ia repreeenled hy one of ins , ...i.i', k,ii.. ',,.v...i (i. Kara-Kornl, Mrs. Cliarlea I Hudson. ' - a,d parasols ate Btl,erlnE Mrs. William II I lar lis M r Frderlc .... . r-,n,.,t i,,i'. nv,.mnie u .1, H. UettH. Mrs. tillver Ilruen, Mrs. III- " -" . U-Ir...ul.,,wl M a. 1.-1., It, l. U lli.v Mrs. Kohert Nlcol, Mrs. eiherardl Davis and Mrs, Henry ! Nlcnll. The next meeting of Ihe da-1, will taKo place on March 1 nt tho home of Mrs. Ashton do I'eyster. II Hast Kii;ht- sixth street. Tho Cathedral Pewiug t la-is will meet this mornlnsr nt the home of Mie,. Fred- srlck Hoost-velt, 1 l.ast Kiriy-secoii.t oik sh.nvl-R some huts tiiion -mine tniien. A river .cene ' cuv is 1i1.11n1.1ilv rich In a eilet I Hie ' Interim-." hy l'escaniii'., - ipe by llarplunles : "Sculp- - 'il. t ' i.y Anna T.tduii.i , Ilaf- ll"iile..inU,-' .Muntleclll'h "Hit- Hi I i.iqnan-llouM-rel's "Idol I ' -irnlfe s ' Still Life," and Van I.ucy (Jules, snpranui Martin Richardson, tenor, unit Thomas II. t banners, bary tone. Mr .--id Mrs. William Spioulo ot ftnu for I'.eislern Kr.tiiclbco ,.o at the I'rOtlium Mlt-. fleorco Itenso Satterlee will hold an Informal reception this afternoon at The t-alo of the Kent-Shmavon cnllcc- ),er home, K5 West Fifty. elKhtli street tions e.f IVrelini and Oriental art. wnU-li nni. MrJt. jnmo, V. i;unrth huinK cotKlin-lod by .lames I Mio I , M , ormomli Kla., to. riiitaln 11 l.'...tl.jliiii.,vnM r:ill, tries rill elltll .. ;: tnoutn. I 'I ml till! Illl' Hepelpl rt Toini Mr.,:i..:t. liiahl white runnlnc t.. catch a, nollev nt and died In a few liiit.ut.-s. Dl- Mi-Cilldy seneil a- pistor in Wil li,! mlon, Del. at IV. il.t. 111., .mil at W.iicslii, Ohio He is .unlved h. a widow and tlnec mh.s . one' the l!ev Murry told him that no excu-es Hero -Mien .m.-i ui.is. i u ' llereMr J.IU'l .!. Ill uy, ii.im.i-l- a. ..un ti. .- "Yoirn. a man after my oiui heatt," V. and Paul M-Cnrd. a morcliiint in Tom said "You roallxn tho sufferings Nmfolk Va. id tln-ee two thotiMind men and women Ho uld have cilehratil the Mttk-t.i out theie In tho street," and Merry's ,iiiii,-isnt of hl iinlinntiun in .linn, ilutit rnrellliKer Inillcaln.l the Ions. shabby Una that was mine slowly Into the st ltl.in for bread. When the lino was over for the day Merrv had counted 23 women and 1 ""' men Then h'.s stubby little pen- It enter, d in his notebook Ihe fol Inwinr coin rlhutlons lo the bread fund. I me Iluruli, 110, f Warren. ?i ; W S II :io. niu-e lluni--r. Jl. A Worliiiu; 'iirl. It, S I II, II. and S II. N. l FRANK T. BU1LEN. illn.r of Muriel of I b- o.-i. lli.- Hi 1li.il.lri. i e ir.- ice -in. I Min'vcd r a not -e . ltd Meier of llronli'iiie, Ma-s hot a it I '.ir eir-e he 'i..s be.1" afnli.it. d . w th 'he prodii, t',ns o: I'ii.irie- Fr.''i ! n.il and wa-- th. imi iiiixu. il iiian j u ei for Maude Alla ns I Ii. It. lriiiiit, . .'in. -.x... i Marco I I." II i" '" -Ke.il old, pioiirer I'lucatto bam., i .i.ti ipilalirt and i loiiiiiloi of ih Nal. -'ii.t It ink til tin' ! :!' lib! of I'lil.au.i, d.o, o-iliiv M I'nsid-na, i'al lie wne Imrp I I n i Milt, and becan his lusine.-s c.iliol I i a cralti broai-r in Winona Minn Huron IIIkIiiiiu. ; CLixAbi.Tii, N -I. Man li i - ll.iiou ' IlUhum, "r' .i.s old, dlnl t(i-il,o .ii tie Iiok- of h.e sister Mte ie.irj O iilrund. of If Chilton unit. For illit years ho piactind l.m in New Y t-U city. II.' h id been a i. sldent of Ii. y.i.letli t'l folU ear- He !. Mil -t.w.l Ins sister anil a btnther, Tmiii.s lliK'iani uf V, w York 1)1 V.l). I'.llhul i n.-sJit - Wi - 1.1 ...... are , - e ex.uiip . aI10l(,r ,.,nWi ,,oso mem- vi in. . icr.'i-ixa iosKy. H ,,,,, lnr.,lflt., ,. Colonial Da.cc ,,f Atnericn, will meet lit the homo ot Mis K. de I'eyster Hosmcr, Sfi3 Tark avenue. t U tuie tlial nan tlie "inn. lit of a S evens nr a TIs- e i n.iple liavo been having "II ..i -he 1 1 like of a dlniiei, i 'mm hi' e it appeaiK to he SOCIETY GOWNS SHOCK MAY0K .1,1 who has Ihe better of i- The v.iUiik woman Is In mi ii d seriously thinking, and ' ""i" .avallrr nt the had; la nn u,in biinself In the bltuatlon i -pe latin's Hjmpathy goes lo A . ... ...!. I... I. ,.1111,1 Irt II, tt t.id.-i'' frels lhat way about I i"0''0 Indecent than the, latest modi l luri. lixedly at Ills inlslress, of tho di'hutantea and fond rnnthi-ra of the l.ali.. Shore Drive, acoriung to ateiiue, heg.ui yestetdav nfternoon with the dispersal of tin minor Items. An anonymous buver paid 1500 for n IVreiaii carpet of Keim.in weave. No. 121 in the catnlogue. J630 for No. 125, ii Hi-madon cnrpel. $370 for No. 12a, a I'eralan ;arpt from (Inerviin. and 27.' for No 11", a Shlnu rug with a doalgn ... ..... . ..... ..r nr.. .1. in. i iri.-.i ... .it.. ... .n Mra. I.llllan Ittissell Moore boiiglit No. "i" , ,' ,. iia .... Asia Minor hlUt rug. and No. 101. Miss Marjoiln S Mis. William l. V.indeihllt, .Ir and bin children left yesterday utternoon on .1 private cat- for San Francisco, wh.-ie. Mrt. Vnudclhllt will Join her sislir. Mrs. Ili'imaiin Oolrichs They will remain until tho end ot April. Col. iiinl Mrs. William Jiiv left esler- day for tho dreonhrier, White .SulpMii' lle-n In l nl.-Uert.iM-Urr I, Ine Ii. lie! Ilr.-nil I'ntll First ln tin?. Among Ihe I7i women mid l.inrt nion on the KnicKerbO"kei' Hotel brend line lliplnl.t .tame tl.'l. ...it it. pt .lames tankman, 7'i who n . I Worse T hit ii Thone In llnm-e lltills, llnrrlnon Tell" II .formers, irt.im Mi.rrh 1 -11:. rim- .-DHtlllnr. J f, 3 f. J , t ,u. . . .. afternoon, ,..,.r,t K.- rivla I.i Ch imiiii .Itlli.-.. 1 . J 1 1 T4 nr.. West Fiftieth street." Iiskhm for loud ihe nuiigvcr to take home Tho food was sent. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. " i ' n.'s '..ill be eold III tins ball- r' ' ir I' Hole. I'tlday e'e. ' - Mi. i . Tlie .oil. .-lion of till- ' ' i.i -old l'rlda and Halur. 1 ' on , . n iii- galleries of the I. en he "iltnue nt 'i-ninrl. Mil- I Stewart Harney have igi lie lllois A I'lldrldRe Mrs. II iiegood's place, flakvlew i' i lie ..M'liue, Newport, ft I., ' i g suniniur .Mayor Harrison. In a scathing arraignment of uhumIh imd drosi to-day thn Major illreclod a few remaikH lo the fafllilonnhlo North Sldo In answer to a report of women re formers, that six slrls appeared al u dance In nightgowns and others in tight li.ifclm.il iiiilln, with liloomem that hardly "bl.snin-.l' at all, "At some of the balls given hy wealthy people I have seen cosiiiincH worse than lliose worn In tin- weust of the so. culled il.iin'ft iialls." Mayoi lliuilson said "Talk ahoilt glrla In haseb.ill suits- Jusl Iiigiaham. uleie of nn. ,! ...t.. i.,..,. u 1-1,... ........ .. IM ..a 1 an old Samiiicnnd cat pel Other buyerH : for weto Miss Jean Wib-inr. Mia. c, r. m-i"' '", ' I'lurk, Jr. Mrs. F U llellowbacl., Mrs Ureednii In Itlilgowood, !x. J. , W I'ruuhait. W II IVas.i. F. C. lt,m r TI'f"l'V. nc.ompunied liy . . .,' ' xi .hV iii.f,,. , I mcmbeih of hi.s fiimlly, left yeslerday for . Th tot.il for the i-vslon swoiinted to I Han Fran-Ism I ,"T7. . ". . The auction will rontlnuo thla "'' . n.1.1 .-.iiu.b.. . n.. .... - "'""' ar, win hi. i .tui.hi.... t.inin-i i..i.. leu an sinie oi morn uimi ? .- this oven UK at tlmlr horne. I.".l Central vlding thn iisiduary estate among An- r niTT rrrew a cmrTD vicr 1 1'nrU West. 'drew dials, a inuslli. the I'hlldren's Aid McUAJ-Jj jLLO A SUjVJIv VAar.. MHS Winifred Holt will R.vn a tea at Soci.-tx and thn Salv.-uhm Army In etiual I her home, tt Katt rleventj -eighth street, 1 puir, lie left JlO.onn to Mai t 'rano l'i'l.-iiill tiiiin of "t. I'nti leW He. inn Thursday arternoon for the nimlra ..ml f '-.non . nch lo Annie and Clara .....n.l.er llellrlnic ITe.l.leHl I ot ,lln -'""'lor Auxiliary of th., IVIo for .V.i'.s Tin- l!n U.orgc S. Maker Is i meiol.er iieiirniK I ri i.icmi. Hn,, which will bo held nt the As- I .veil Mom the piyniitit of any money Joseph I. C Clntko on behalf of a com- tor on April C ii" may one dccinlent and tho clergy, inltlee ciinalstltiK of John 11, Crlmmlns, Mr. and Mrs. Jtnlnh II. Sears havo 1 nnn's three daughlcrs, who uctv n.'cond Ill xli't '- ': to tin -n laiNimN. Mai.li t Fiank T Itul..". tho lucturer and author uf nnn stories of the sea, died to.d...' al Mailota, lla was born at I'.iilillngtoii in HIW and . .,1 l.ttr.tr.. th., m,.M tor in l.i X'er.rs . .rveil inr v.. .re ..r .. inn.. ..it in. w li'i'l. tiirics el if-1 ostei-ila.N at b,s mnie Ilaiii'.s-k slriet. Ilrookhn He cr lost a I'fe or had an a"-i.lei t ni . i . ..f I i- b dauiiliti i a KT.in.l. jesterday unirnlng wcto about a hundred a, home of hli giiitidsu. Kdur ii .inighler anil a c ' at-Rt a idditiiniiter sui' ninn who got work ycslerilay In the miIi- Tift, on Leonard aienue He wiih .he linn wav. bill asli.il perinission to remain on niai'li !" ears of age ami w,n a nutlie the line for three weeke until thcli first ( ,,t Miiniar.ini-.'k, N Y II.. niiiv.d In p.iv day. Tln- en- told the nhject w:m Manhattan In Ids boyhood and imliU-d to liid all coinef. mid not to asl. ipies- w;. until lM.'i. H-lieii he nnivi'd lo lions A si x- ear-old ho lame jester- Utoolibn oav with a note slgneil ".Mrs lorn, r.ix i. ti.' .'.iii.r. I'uni-ri.' , .tiar-'r t'f ' 1 1 l.uii.r. I". hur ti n' Oil- i . .1 . i mc ; it. . v . . , . -.-riiain at. 'mi' M ' ' i.'i'lo. It It e M e-i e.itlt tleni-r-. KKI.I.Y Jm I Tilt: l-t'NKHM. Vel Twenn.tblr.i llullillnfi Ttie-I.v (t'rlnel. .l.pi'M X t., MAltll XI. I. -ditrii - r.lllty it. 1D10, Hi M ti 1'nrli a . uu. i-baint e Jl.r-i. . oungi't sun of tin- ititf W'.i.u it . lane MoMBtfineri Mrli.r t'lin.ral er. It at th. .'n.ip.' Mr eaie I'resbyterl-.i Kft.tlfih mi-ert en 1 .' .1 : I' it Intf i '. ! iinetei M t Ml thj. . h tr. r " vt r- q it li ii- il : ti . . ti fur" .-,'l-r -. ' 1 1' Il , IV I. i..t. t to I l-.l , . , . Ill.t II. 1 1 .. M. ' nt II' I. t.n t nil. I'.IIIi.b II. tun. KnihriiRT.il l.M.ir.h I c.ipi Cnjali D. Taft. a civil w n' veteran .In d to-day ."i',i. . I i-.i. I'rt-e.tni . ef S'ttheni. en i li'i. 1'iirU 'l'i.-dn, . a., e.i "h .1 ll en - ,1, llllfli'l-. Iiimii .1. Ilnfti-r. one if ihe lust known leh'gr.iph operators In the I'lulcd States and slum 1007 supeiliilendi"-' .if llegiHph of the I'nlted I'lcus, dlisl iMcril.i tiom coinpllcitlniih following rli.-uni.ilisni. Ho lived at 2i!0 li.ites ave nue. llriKihlyn. lie l numied h his wife, lather and mother, ,i lirolher ..nd four sliders. Sen Yoik llistorl.il So.'iei inee' iu 17" tVnlr.il 1'ark West, x.;.) p M !Voil.'rt llislltulo lll'lslou Of Wniin-i- and I'iiIIiii'i." Cooper futor.. I' M Tw 'igii! C'.lih, dinner Md.ne Cull. I- M o ii.'ll . lit tiry llenrge l.c'iiiui' -n.'i-l-m I" West l-'ort -s.H-.mil street. 7 M N itional Iloue-ilct League, n eetlrc, f West Fort: -llfth eti-e..t. 2 ?fl P M Is h 1 t At ,' I iirl lira, H,i M, Hmltb. Mrs Sarah i: Smith, !0. widow of William rinnlh. who served on the slaiT .if Hen. ilrant In the civil wiir, died DIED. . r.'ie.i.... I,. u ' r.-.i,,.,..,..,' ......... i' xi..... k,.... i i e.,.. 'ti.. inu uf I'm ,if.,.rt..ni r.-.,iv r.nrtilHunday.it her bom.-, 12.1 llrookh li av ......h ' "'."V."V "..w.. ....... iimni .. )....- u , ll,.blvn 'I-A ,, -Isl . r vnrvl v.. ,...- Ml.'biiel J. Driiinniond. .Slenhen Knrridlr. i minnner. William Temple iJmtnel and Jnhn J. , Min. (ieotgu Illllurd UotiJ.tmltl will Delany iiri-i-nled lust nignt a threo root g10 the IIihi of a h.'ii.- of luntliions, n. li. ' mi' Soiiimon Willi', forniiirls Wolf Pol t-ihlilii-ki. who .lied in Worcester, Mass .... ...... . th. t.i Shni.t lirli',. .'.ml president of th Hnclely, Victor Ilerherl, ..ml iieef in .ew alibi riding luirsehack In costumes vn n concert Miss ntnee lire en and 1 1. nuiliiK Haiiir.Uv. ,.,. nld inako the inoit hardened John Fllinegnn wore Ihe principal .;;" 1(i,D.....t-silc I tYuBh . K0Mft. silver vase lo IMward 13. McCall ,ia re- followed hy hrldge, on Thursday .it her I In F'l.l. left prae-t i.-.i I'.y all or im tiring president or tin- Society or tho home, 20 W.sl Klcvoiitll street. FrVnrtlv !!ons of t'A. I'..ti I. k , successdil hrldgo tournament was Following th.i nientina supper was b,0i in pi.i ballroom uf the Uothiiui yes- served and tho ril.ii Cluh, lid In the tenlay aflornoon In aid of thn Country Homo for Crippled Children Among the patronesses were Mra. Arthur Klllolt Fmh, Mrs. Franklin I'. DiiryeR and Mrs, fleorde ti Cole e-iati. J'iO.oiui or ill ire, to thrio bus pllals two ..f tin-in In lliouklyn St Mar's Mtoninn Calhollc) and Mt Siu.r .liwishi git lir. 200 ami IICloo lespi" tiM'l" Tim iisiduary intutegoe In ilm W.'t'ccst.-r City Iliwpltal. No relative-, me to have any shine of the eitatc .liiHt-ili 'nuiiii' Wo (I ,ii,'i,ed Ih'Oti.lw a I.i e L mc.,, ill, ilf, nil in a 1' iilaih-lphiti ho-pu.i ., Jon ph Wagner, W 'l had h n.i if li ed with tli.'.itrlcal .ilTills i'ie . eight or len year Mr Wi-ht ! heart trouhlo early yesterda .ifn an lllni'fM of a week He nni born In llonton ihirt -e gc 1:1111 in. niiiii. i:n iif pit. mi. nt- ap 111 t.aK'-, I'si'iin Itnei II n-ipsl'lt.' -.iiiiili. VV.-m Vllgndn, Hi. IJIi'lielli-lger ilu'i of lli Mi Bliln-lberg.'i . ri i.i.-rl (iin.lli Initli-i.ui e'liur-h. t'li..i 1. . t'.-i n. VV V . In' IHVII' 'l-t'-rlf lleh-tn l.tltnli -..ril. l'l'i III fl : i - ! W.-l'IIIIAIII .- Oa t-Ul.il i lull. Ill her inri:i- ', on.ntU XSalilritn w.-o i. Ilimimedl-M Mt-i' -. Fun.r-ii private M,-eiiiv.N - In loan 1 ii.ntsii.t nf r-aiar- I. Ulill,.-. I.i I I..U tit r.iur .S l-fMlll. .It Si 111. til ivinii snd Mights ' X M , VVeain.u;. M. emll iloxxer M'AV YOnk. iiii;n.xN Awoi'ivrirc TAI.ItliV, ..' m ,v. v ti i- nitli wct iuiii im il th r in ,t' (ioW.111 Vi.a urn tr j'-iMle.l mi a- ei.u ttit eeri li e. wd"ll ht ' ' h'i '1 Chnri'li of li- Iriih.' i' l.i.y. . P. i Hum mid t'.illi--f" i. h trei Vuile, on WVil!i.'!i. j lltlh i J A. M II I' MATH .!.rre'.i . i 'I lI'IMAH. -Ttlla'. reim.m .1 H , I.U-'rae .'il' 0. nt J'. lu . -i - eel. Neil it k ii . 'Inn, i pi. ill-.. 'Ihii'.ia'. iH'itili-"! f ih llr. IV It liia,, -m. P I', .ill ;.,.,'. V. 1 li-im n tin i l-ii i "I I! Si 1-. I I'hum.'- - li 1 Hi" Itri llu.o i U li. 1'nii'nH" If linei . . -' 1 " ir. h ... T-,i ' i . t l l"ll vie ! ' I' in ii I tfi. i'i . ie, j.ti in t ill '. . li , i i i a I- i ll. ,k' rUilli .- ,r Ml tK' euneri ' at hl if eila iv i- ft r . j. ti ilrrn jr n M n i M bl ll IKIlK"