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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915.
PHILHARMONIC IH ELEVENTH CONCERT THE THINKER. BREAD LINE WANTS NO FURTHER GIFTS This (Friday) Afternoon at 2:30 Concluding To-Morrow (Siturdijr) at the name hour At The American Art Galleries Madison Square South. New York The Arthur I. Hoe Collection Son of the Lnte Robert Hoe! Hiirnld ltaurr's Plnying cliiiiminn Concerto Is I lio Fcnture. of If Is Now mi F.iiilowtMl InsHlii i lion for llif lU'A of tin I Season. II UK DVORAK SYMPHONY T e ticventh Thursday evening con- if Hi" sev enty-thltd frason of the liiuMiir Society took place last even . g iit Carnegie Hall. The pro r.intnic was one of music generally noun to concertRocrs and not likely arouse any serious, discussion In these ,tvs of strange doings In art. The list omprieil the "Tragic Overture" of Uralnm, Dvorak's O major symphony No. I)i the .Schumann piano concerto and Weber's overture to "Der Krel chuctt The pianist wm Harold Hauer. The fourth symphony of Dvorak Is not played very often. Can It be that peace fal music of thla kind no loner bites enough? We arc fond of warm spices in these days und "singer shall be hot i the mouth." Hut perhaps the pastoral attitude with sermons In stones und hooks In running brooks may from time to time bring Joy. Certainly tho old symphony, which had not been heard In .ears, nave delight to many serious music lovers last evening. There Is "othlns In It to call for psychologic In terpretation. All It needs Is good tone, balance, clarity, chccrfulnesd and above ill sanity. Tho orchestra did Ita share att evening, and Mr. Stransky seemed o enjoy the. music which he was con ducting. Mr. H.iuer Is at his best In the Schu mann concerto. His Incisive treatment of its rh thine contributes greatly to lis succesa with this work, which Is singularly captivating In the character ! and variety of Its rhythmic figures. Ilut his delicate gradations of tone and nice adjustment of pedal effects also play nportant parts. Mr. Bauer's musician ship Is proverbial, and every lover of piano playing knows that his tempera ment warms genially In the glow of Srhamann'a poetic thought. Ills per formance of the concerto last evening was a lovely Interpretation of one of 'he loveliest of all piano compositions. MISS SOVEREIGN'S RECITAL. nn by n Mlnirrr With Real Con tralto Voice. Alice Sovereign, contralto, gave a song recital yesterday afternoon ,n Aeolian i Hall. Her programme contained con eh ' Beethoven, Ilarh, Schubert, Schu isnn, Hrahms, Arcnsky, Homer, Vnccal, .Metzl and others, Miss Sovereign 1U io.ed a voice of n type which for tome r.ison is In these titties very rare. It , a genuine contralto of low pitch, but n til a sufficiently extended scale to ptc ent the monotony certain to be found In he continued hearing of the low tone. The singer was apparently very net oua ut tlt' beginning; of her recital anil 'er vol -e was clouded and dull, but it armed up ns she proceeded, and by the me she reached her fourth number. I.i -dir." familiar "Mermttld,s SOng." sho is able to show her best qualities. Till" articular song shu sang well and with ,11 , tho ttentment of tho light and ay upper tones necessary for its do vei j In general It '-.in be said that while ..!lss S -vei'elgh showed no gteat w.irin.h ". oppressiveness In her singing he dis laed ttxhtueal accomplishments of a e.pe table kind, and also some .nlclll--ei 'e seuliment and taste. These me aiu.ibti ipialltles too often absent from le iTirings of platform singer". U'lfri rottg it o the assistance of a voice t.o iinuou.il in character and beauty as Mis" Soveieign s they furnish teMilts piodu--dve of Merest to the heater ALICE VERLET SINGS. fiim-en of Vocnl Music or V -jrletl Kind. M'le Mi Vfilet. roloratun soprano, -ave a (oi yesteitlay afternoon a' "ar'ugto Hal, Mile Vcrlet, who Is i at ve of llntgiiitn nnd has ung In the pera houses of that country and of an, was announced on the pro atii.no of the concert as being .1 prima ontm from the drsind Opeta House of e French capital, The offerings of the entertainment sterday were generous In number tied ' much variety. Aside from .Mil... Ver. et'n own fchate in them h had several, noistants, comprising a tlutlst. a violin- .mil two accompanists. The pro. gramme list captained airs by c.Iuck. 'oiart and Chabrler' "I.o Mnriaite des .1 es' of Cesar Franck. "I.o Jtot-signnl ' Ha' del, with Hut", obligatn . "Le Hon ieur est chose l.egero" of Salnt-Saens, th violin ohllgato several tinnier., ' 'er. h songs and the aria "Conceit a four" of Aubet as well .is some ' f work for flute. Man' t)i Hsu good and some tilings 'I ,g!f be said of .Mile. Wrlet's s g ,is heard yesterdav. though the 'nentnl fentutes could be largely ' 'eiated in reinetulu ring that her e. of a naturally good niuillty. is w ni-.tis to lli uage of time not 1 ' eiy what it Has once, and It was 1 this ii.-cniiit that In numbers culling1 or a himt.unecl legato she was on the h"le more successful than In eolora , 'hough a desirable sense of taste d a good kntmledxu of sto stood r generally in good stead Her sing g was much liked by .in audience that id tvidenty ratne prepared to enjoy ' iii.it houd be offered and there was tell applause that resulted In fre er' repetitions and encores .Miss de rarest Anderson was tho flautist and ha Ivtt Vet. the violinist, WILLS AND APPRAISALS. I.I.OTP Uim.umk, who died on April ' ' 13. left S32,59. but he had debts ' ' l?,2n;, which with other deductions ed th net estate to ilk9,f37, all or f tit to hlR wife, .Margaret C in J'tl.ti -NY.u.ifi, who died on April 19 left 10t,5t7, most of which he nnulated thtough the ownership of a Ttor ttore at Klghth avenue and Tour tr , street for many years. His "otner Daniel got $3 1.5S7 and IIO.OOO ' t his brother Hartley. The re " i'lcr was left to nephews and II Ms y IlnnW.V. who died on Feh ' 1 -.1 left more th.tn ?ino,nno. He " ' ' rsltluury fstale m trtwt to - 1 1, unn j..Ar fr hi- -ife, I'har 'e r llrown. and gave the remuinder i uvtime to hia tfon and two grand- 1 AUtlif, who died on 1'ebril " lef more than ;n,OUO, He give ' ' ' i fium a trust fund of 115,00(1 " 1 ignter. Josephine, nnd the ictd '''le "1 ' is mi l.nnla W. Murkel A1.1 , fliwKViKXt: ItowAN, who died 1,1 ma ! IS left no will, but had r ' ,ir n 111010 than $51,000, ' k ( llnrT, who died on August ' . ' lefi 3li.535 to h.ti mother, Fran llovt 1 'ABI.TU A llAixocK. who dlcil in f hlrn on Pen'inber 23, I' ft a net of lHtt;:.ii5, of which $80,8:4 c .1 niece, A ice Inward Mrhr T ' utidei g ies to fourteen other r' 11 .iniourits ranging from $500 to ! 1 1 tn I" i, 1 isnei.i.t, who died I11 Iloston " ' IH'i S, left $8,000 of $12,000 'e 'o Itom.in Catholic charities. .Miss "tuifiiy nan a resident of Xirooklyn. i i "Business has now CHINESE STUDENT, ROBBED, SATISFIED TelN .Intliic It's Apiicnr A".nint Sitilo II N Iniiiioral to .Man Win. Nil. "P S..' says (.'. Cuhwe iM..,rs a Chinese student at the ColunMa Law Schuol undir the Ho.xnr inditiinlty Fund. In .1 Idler to Magistrate Corrl giin. which the l.ittir s-ut to the Dis trict Attorney i-teid.i : "I like to mention hrib.v that it i lih all sm tertty and nspeit tlil letier is written, and you will please not mind the direct forcible and even Impolite language ue,i herein I -m aware that in my own country such a tetter to .1 city magis trate may Itc ur his anger an I be pun-iMi'-d as .1 great nnsiiemc.'inur. Ilut In America things ate dllTetent and 1 have no Idea of 1 intemnl .md denimce. but aim to maki- a better understand ng " Chang went to .1 dance hall .it .147 (Srand lree' two weeks ago for ":ght seelng." There he met Samuel Wentore, 12S Ludlow street, who when .irrmgnei) in i:sex Market court on Sunday id mlttd that he had served for burglary in Slnr Sing and elsewnue. Chang told Magistrate Coninan In court on Sunday that h" thought Wen lets was a gentleman. Wenters told Detective I'll.ister, who 111 rested linn, that he thought Chang was .1 restaurant waiter In Chinatown. As u remit of the mistaken Idem. ties Chang lost $5. Wenters Is held for the clrand Jury on the charge ! taking it from blm. and Chang objected to appearing lurthcr 111 the eai-e because frequenting criminal courts for $0 Is not moral aivordiug to Oriental stiitidatds. "I think," he said, "that the criminal procedure Is rather i-oniplic.ited nnd that tho press Is given too much ficeilom, If the Information I received s coricct. Yon say that there Is no disgrace m ap pearing as a witness .ignn-t a felon. Ttuly It is rot a disgrace from a legal viewpoint. Hut trom the vlewpnl'it of a different society and religion It Is cer tainly n disgrace to raise up hands and swear with a felon before a largo num ber of persons." Magistrate Cortlgan admonished him by letter of danco hal'.t on C.r.ind stre.t, Clung explain further as follows.: "You ate perhaps right In thinking that I would he carrying out the purposes of the Indemnity fund more thoroughly If I confined mv studies to the courses, given In Columbia, Ac, and I should rhatik you for your advae. for If so I would have had no occasion to loo the complained of nine dollar.. "According to good authorities, how ever, a college education consists of pot only the activities. Inside the clats-ioo-m but also something outside or It; and It Ih ti great mistake for a foreign student to conllne himself within the clHtrrnoni nnd the library as a bookworm without going out to see the eoclal ami home life of America : for to mm doiii reading and seeing are education.' HOME RELIEF SHOP SALES. t to the the I.nsf To-niorroiT unit ,hI In April. The committee Shop, which has of the Home Ilellef neen open on M.iiur- tho winter, announces tin) throurhotil that the last sale hut one will take place to-morrow at the Home Ilellef Shop, headipmrters. 217 Fifth avenue, Tho last sale will take plaro In April, Olftsl are needed for to-morrow's sale and for the closing tiny, During the four weeks bntvveen union I ho workrooms will run as heretofore, und all sifts will be received there, ftlr.co the openlnc of the shop on De. cember 4, 1014, f i;,0on has been raised by the committee Of this sum 1,1,000 was given to tho charily fund of the SI, Mark's Hospital and ?S,000 was spent In tlin maintenance of the work roottiA of the Home Jlellcf Shop and in .lUlne the needy. a time of calm and thoughtful adjustment before it. "The President KIPLING COLLECTION ANNOUNCED FOR SALE I niMinl llciiioi inonu Williaintnii l..ih nntl .Maniijocriplo. tin The ..le of a icm.irk.il. e l. filing ol livtlon is aunout.ceil h the Anderson Auction Company for March 17.. The hook and manuscripts were asembtcd by !. M Wllllanion of Sparklll. N Y . and are Mild to constitute the most In portant Kipling collection V hl'ii hns toii'e upon the linn km Mr. Williamson hao not (inl gathe-ed all of the llrl editions which rnllevtotM UMinll s.ciite but ha obtained some Items which uie .lid to be unknown even to Kipling Uilt.ogr.iplici "The Smith Admimxli ation. pub iihhid at Allahabad in lof'l. i perhaps, tin' si.iuesl of 111" Kipling Hi t editions. No. the itorsiiiondeii School ltud get." the school inag.iElnc published in IM10, contains a letter on school et. miotic, written by Kipling at the re. oucst of the jotmg editor-, and In No, It i leproduieil th caiiiatuic of Kip ling by Max lieerbohm. Mr. William--on not onlv obtained theso eojiles of the ilinlget' but the original m.inu script of Kipling's contribution and the orgin.il drawing of llecrbohm's ciitioa in e ir well Tne S'Tlbb'.oi" was . in.ignzlne 111 ii.t'iiisfiiiil. of which onl two cnplis ..f cneh issue wele written. This col lection containM thtee issues to which Kipling co'in Hutted iBtio'tng "Schoolboi l.vrles " "Echoes" a, id liiiartettc" all of whh h lite in tins collecii.in. Kipling chai.icti r.?es "De nartmenlal Ditties" his llrst woik Mr Williamson collected no li h than thtee copies of the Mist edition of the "Dit ties." and one of them conttilti. tin In tierlptlni! by Kipling. Among tltu tnnnv rarities thee mav l... mentioned: Thlrtv-threc numberH of "The Week's News." Allahabad. ISSo'. with talcs by Kipling! the llrt Issue of tho 111 st edition of -Plain Tales"; tint curlieat form of "Captains Cour.igemi-. ' of whh h only llvu copus wetc printed, land th" "Letter or Marque." London, llMM, which Ih possibly tmlqiie iih all I lint a ierv few copicH were dcs'roK''! before they bit tho printing office. GOOD PRICES AT ART SALE. 1 lien I -Ml inn von A net Ion lulled 1 xrj.DIIII Vest i-I'd il) . Spirited biding luought eonu good prices yesterday afternoon at the Kent Shmavon (iallerles ealo of i Mental urt obJict-1. The rcceiptn of the af ternoon were U'SeilD, Among the higher inlets paid were 5 1. "Ml for tin antique Persian cat pet . JL.'iOO for a i suite of thieo aiitlnuc Pi rsl.in iukkj Jl.fiOO for an Ispahan coutt cupel nnd i Jl.'.'oO for an aiithiuo I'irhl.in tililln- I lum. Tho buveirt were S, Vauobrugh. .lames P, Silo, Jr.. C. II, Sweemy nnd 1 M. i: lluhliell, W HincUe Smith of ' I'hiladelphla paid J'i'i for a hmall I 'or 1 el. in hliio bowl and th. s.imc prico fur a twelfth century Ullages enamel ! bowl. At Ihc evening f.ulo of the .Malayan Shm.uon ealo of tarn IVusl.iti tnuil.i tlltCH ami Wlltlllgs the lecelpth were S,r,H, making a totnl for the il.ij of IJ.oi'D. II II. Crawf-iid took an Illuminated bork or po. ins for ruin, .Ml Situ paid $''''') lor an liistiibcil and llluhtiiiti'd Sh ih X.iniah. Mrs. W. Hrandt purchaiird ,in Inscribed miiila turn for Soo. .Xevifiort Moiiip l.ensed. De lllois d F.ldrlilfie have leased for ITdivard Morrr.ll or Philadelphia his place rut Ochte Point anil Sliepard ave nue, Newport, n, I lo Mr and .Mrs. Oeorge Hrooke of lllrdhboro, Pa., for tho coming eeason. MORNING TABLEAUX AT PLAZA. Fori r . Mllilc nntl llniices Inclildril In l.'iilertiiliiineiil. An ent rt.iinment of poetry tableaux n.uii8. music aim dance, under the direi-timi of Mis. It W ll.iwkesworlh w is given yeoferd.iv morning In the li.iz.i It.illioom. when sf.l,M'i!otis from Duiigliiers of Dawn' by Mr Perr I King and 'Karth Deities." hy llllss Car nan. ne'e repri'sented in tableaux and1 dailies h Mrs Anne Throop Craig, the .Misses Shil MaJtland, I.oi Lanier., Ijuini Care. Fula La Follelte .mill lladvs P.atdwin. Mts. King nnd Mr. Carman road fiom, their icspi'ctlM- worke. wh.ch were in lirprctid to tile miielcal accotnp.ini-, ment of fiiano and orchestra Compost- ! lions of Mac Dinvcll. Dendix. Dclibes, iouiiod and lliahin. were played. The entertainment was given under the pat- , I'onage nf Mrs John White Alexander. .Mis. Ftedcrick W. Ithlnt'lamlcr. Mrs W'i'.lard Straight. Mis Stuyves.mt Fieh. Mis otto Kahn and Mrs. Charles Wain wrlglit NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. The reuular weekly dauee of the Paul Jones Club will be held to-niuht III the Delia Itobbla room of the V.inderbllt Airs Orme Wilson intertalned the Thursday KmmiIiik Club last iiluhl at bet- home, :i Hast sixty-fourth street Miss Winifred Holt Rae a tea ,es- ti rday aftenioiiii at her home. 4 i:asttion Meveni -eiRiitii street, tor eome vounit women who will assist her at the fete for the blind on April ' Auioni; them wete Hie .Mlsse Svlvi.i Doll, .leatiette lyph.int, Anna Alexandre. IMith Mc Keeef and Sylvia llvde. Ml-s Caroline liitutx-nees cave a re reptl in last eveninc at the Colon Club for .Mrs, IIOKer Watts. During the evenlm; MIhs Virginia Ko Itrooks, whour.v Is iiliiMiiK '"The Adventuie or l.ad I'l-Mila,' sanu. and tin re a itisttu tnetital iiiiisk' by I'.iul Kefer, Aloxatuler llussell and C.eorKo ll.vrrere, The regular Meel.ly ineetltii; of the Thursday Murium; Sew inn Class was held esteiday at llio home or Mre. ()ier Ciould JenulnKS, 7 IJ.ist Seventy se.'ond street. The h'Wiiik elas-es will meet thin nmrnliiK. one for the ,la d.illll.l Da Nlltsery ,u ti liomn of Miss Lear), 1031! Fifth avenue, and the otbei for the benefit of the Vouiik Woinen'H Hospital lliiild at file home of Mrs. Wendell C. Phillips, 40 West I'orly-seventh Htteet Mrs. Waldo ltichard,s yesterday morn ing g.ivo the last of a Ferlc.i of lead ings on ''Poets of To-day" at the home of Mi, John Henry Hammond, d Uast i Xlliel) -first street. An etitirt.iinmetit will be given at the Plaza on Aprlf 7 under the auspices, of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Uni versity Settlement for the bcnellt of tho summer camp In Cedar drove, X. J, .Mr, .v' Mr. Carl von MayhoiT have taken the house 17 Fast Thirty-seventh street, and hav given up their old home In Fust Thirty-fourth utreet. Mrs Leonard Daltnn White will give a rctvpilon on the afternoon of Match 13 at her hoiiie, i30 Itlveislde Dilve. The second or Hie lecluies for the bimdll of l.imllles of Fl inch at lists now at the war will he given this morning at the houio of Lloyd Warien. Hill Fifth avenue. Paul Challln will he the lecturer nnd his topic will be 'Tlie Hretila Itiivislled " Mrs F. Hnri'.ill Hoffman is arranging a danco for n chat liable purpoeu to lie held al the Plaza on April ,'i, I'tiiieriil of .lames Creeliiiiin. HKnt.lN, via London. March 4 Funir.il services for the late Jiitncs ( ie till ili, the American ncwspapii' cor respondent, who died here on I'lbruary I'.', wern held ycMerday lit t lie Mnetl can Church Tlie Minister of Fnreig i Affairs, llorr von Jagovv, was represent 4d hy Councillor Huistman, The bodv will be taken lo New Vork by Mis. Ctcclman. NEW YALE HOSPITAL FOR CHINA PLANNED ('(llt'iie Men Ka ise 851!. (()(.! for t'ontniction of Mnild-inj-s on Caniints. N'kw IIwkv Conn. Jlar-b In a ".in Just rec. Ivid from Dr. IMward II. Hume, head of the medical ilep.it t. m.'tit of Va-ll folleire In China, plans ueie outlined for the there new Vale Hospital i.iini.iis i beltiK pl.tr.ned fot nhlell llwen'v inn- of I uid have been iur I, h.csed outside the , ity wall of Cliani;h.i I uid I ) has li. en raised b) Vale n. n to construer bullillm,-.- on the plot. TV Vale llosfilnl will be built on this '..niipus und a well Known linn of New , Voik .iri 'iilei ts has already drawn plans the liuildliie. which Include beside ; ". incpit.ii ttiitl tine a dormitory, chapel I and lour huddinirs lor piofessors. i For eiuht )ors the Vale Colbxe In mill lias In i.n carrying on Its woik .within the city walls in rowded, un sum. ii iu uteri. There are now en lolled I 10 pupRh In the school ami col leiie Itecetitlv iiiterist In this Orl-e- tal hrai.ch of Vale Collect, has he .one so manifest that many alumni Klfts have been forthconiKiK TO. hospital Is the Kift of a well known Vale man. stanle) Wilson of Xt w V.irk. a sufiet vlslr.c etiKlneer. has i lent ly arrived in ChntiRsha and has ilinriie or tlie cimpiH and the construe- i the new colleRe buildinKS. READY FOR ACTORS' BENEFIT. Xtili-il t'ei roriut-rs in 'I nUr I'urt In V Mllilev Hie ltM , liver thing is In readiness far the big vauilev Hi' benefit lor the Aitott, Fund to be held Sunday evening at the fen- Ihe.itte under the dlrect'on and ail-pi. en of 11 F. Aihte. A Paul Keith and Martin Itcck The turtain wnl rise at n o'clock and M.iv Irwin will aiirwunco each act Those who will take part In. lit le David liisphain. Wllla Holt Wakefield. Tilxie F: K.in.i. .Mile Dazlo, James Thornton, Ft ml; I'ogarty, Nan ll.ilicrln, dr.ice ..i Hue, ll.iy Cox, Tom Petifclil, Karl Join, living Merlin, Walter C. Kelly, HlosMitu Sceley, Hello Hiker, Sl llrown Hr.ithcrs. Hcrnud dranvllle and gnls irotii tlie "Midnight FioM.,' I'ritik Put. i II. Muiiel Hudson, llelle Hl.ui. he. and Tom Dingle with Lillian Ilussell as a spisial number on Hie proRwiiuinc 'Ira v eloaiies nt ,Vni A nisi eriln m, I! M Newman opened his season's series of p-.ivelngucs at Ihc Xew Ain st.rdatu Till. 1 1 1 p .vesterday aflirnoon. His miliject was "I"i'ance and Hie War." and in the collection of m .ving pletuien and iiilored plates were niatn scenes in and ahnn: khiic if tho principal Helgian cities and those- along the I'reiieh fron tier. The audience was a large one. Plii)n iinil Pln)er. Allele llnwland and Lawicncc Uros. smith have been engaged by t'omstorl; (iesl to bead the musical comcdv which will be produced at Hie Princess Tluatii'. Mabel Hamilton has Joined the now Winter dardcti enow "Maid In America,' and is playing opposite her huhuul, Het-t Clarke. Mai ie I Messier will close her linage tnent at the Thirtv -ninth Street Theatte on March '.'0 and will go to Philadelphia, beginning- her tun of "A Mi.xup" ilieia on March I'll. His.-, him i 'ouijiativ , N'tglil" at of the war n ie London dale! , To. night's. tho The.itle, will go States tills Mini. placing llio Shuheit on lour In tlie I'nlted nn r Instead or returning to Fngl.ind. Fledci-lc McK.n h.us tligaged 'i,i Wlldlllole fi the i.lel of "Tin Til. IsV Mrs Trevor'' which he is soon fo pre. scut A II Woods has closed a imtritet for "Who Am I" a satiru nn burglar plays, wtltten bv J I! Lame ami Clearse II. Hill. WO UK (SOUS IM(!IIT AU)N(. Tom Merrv fmcketcd up his Jolly face jeslerd.iy, stuck out his foietlnger In an onph.itlc gepfuto and suffend the usual twinkle to creep Into bis eje. "You ask me If there is mis news to-day?" he said. "It's n- ws you want. Is It? Well, l'v got a big Item of It for you. It's unusual and startling, If thill's what you want, and It Ih Just this and nothing morethat Thi: Srsf re- quests that no more conti ibutionn be I mt to the bread fund this ear" With that Mi rry turned to gaze out 1 of the wlndoiv of the free biead station, ' t ? First street, v ailing for the hs t tonlshtnent which he knew this an nouncement would create. He didn't j have to wait long, for Dick Ilright left i his post at the Mile of the staiks of j lo.ivet. of bread and demanded: I "Haven't you made .1 mistake, Toni" ( You mid that you requested no more I contribution. That means ou don't ' want readers to send in nny mote ; mom ?" "It certainly ihvs." went on Mert 1 'That's Jittt what w want the public 'o kn-iw Iteadets and eympathliieis have donated so gitierously that t'.icre is rough money on ham! to keep the 1 tiread line going hrc for the rest of I the season Therefore they are asked lo send tio more. That may eem un natural, eh. Dick? Unnatural that we shouldn't keep on asking for money 1 when we don't need If' Well, It's the , honest truth, and I'm not one to avoid announcing the honest truth w en It's here t.i announce. I "You ee, Dick, our expenses aren't ! overburdening. A little tent :o pay, 1 .niir -.i'.irv and mine, and the cost of I 2.000 lo.ivch of bread a day That's all. No offices to furnish and maintain, no mahogany furniture, no stenographers, no dirks, no card Indkes, no officers, no printing, no stationery no nothing i ept tnis little shop here Just oft the ' l!ow. !. v aere these starving men and ' w ,iintt m.i como lo get a free loaf of I brc Hi. i ernaps next year we shall want ' rr 'r' cnltlautions to l.eep the goad woik r. nitf. Hut We will leave next ye'ie 0 take care of Itself. Meanwhile many tl atil j lo those kind persons who ic si:t in tnttr coiittlbutions. Thanks for ' .'c big nundrcd dollar checks that I auie in once m a while and th inks for ! the dollar that came m every day, and 1 this tn'viis S. 11 N., who has been senil icg nis a dollar each nay. "Wh.it do you think of that. Mlsler 1 P.eportf r, for an Item of news?" I Therewith Merjy and Hrigltt fell to their work of biead distr'butlon. They gave loales to 3t3 womet. and I ;: iien. Then Merry noted that oontrlhu t ois had coma from Dr Clarence .1. I arsons, Sprlngflf d. Mass, $i : W. C i'3,e Itohert Allen, Omaha. Nib., . ?! .11111 S. II. N . ?1. DANCE IN AID OF BELGIANS second nf Series Del,! nt M'onien's I osinoiiolltnn t'lnli. The second of a denes of subset iption dames organized in aid of Helclan suf ferers trom the war was held at the Women's Cosmopolitan Club lust night. The subscribers were mainly those who met re- ently In aid of the American Ambulance Hospital In Parts, and .miotic Hie patronesses present were Mrs. Stowe Phelps, Mrs. (leorjre de II lireene, Mrs Frederick De Witt Wells. Mrs. Arthur Sctiliner. Mrs. Allen Tuckei Mr Tracy Hoppm Mies Kliz.ibetlt pei kins and Miss Khz.ibelh Curtis The icxt dance will lie Riven on Minc'i iv In the Waldorf apartment of the Waldorf-Astoria last inch! was lm'd the weekly meeting of the Thursday live. iiiik Dancing C nmm. There was gen eral dancing and an earh supper. mong th patronew.es firesent were Mrs. Kdwaid S Knafip, Mrs, Waller t;. li.ikm.in Mrs Itlch.ird C. Coll, Mis. Will. am il P.'ltrs. Mrs. I!. ClKileti Ch.s olm. Mr- Charles H. Mellon and Mr. Pierre Mall SOCIETY AT PALM BEACH. l.ulf nnd I't-nnls null llrllllinit Sll ecens, r.vi.vt Ui:vcn. Fla.Marci t. The an nual golf and tinnls hall was held to. night at the Hreakers Hotel and was a brilliant siicccs-4 Many supper par ties were given on the verindas. New York nnd Philadelphia were vv. li tcpnwnted at fourteen Ijrge illnner.i lrt.eding the dance The hosts were Mr mid Mis. Ogilen M.lls, nllver Petln. Mrs tieoige D. Wnlenei, Mr and M-s John S King, Mr and Mis Hit wait Dutiian, Mr. and Mm. Ileiuy M Til ford, Mr and Mrs. Ilerhirt Cuppell, Mr and Mrs III. hard Mnrtitnti-, Mi- .mil Mis liar. on Ken- Hulton, Mi- and Mis ileorgc Heikwlth. Mi. and Mts. S. L. Sclio.oi'iiaker. Samuel duggeii'ielui, John I.igge't mil Mts Kdw.ird H McLean, w lio-e huslMiid after i-rtetidln tin. m-i. eott In r-i left to-day for Washington. M. F. BERRY DEAD. Ilrlulu.'itor of flit- Moiii j tirili'r nntl 'I'rnv filers I'liecL -systems. M. I' llerrv. general manager of the foielgn di pai Iment of the Atuern an Ilxfiiess Company, died yesterday at his homo l.'S Lincoln place. llrooklti Mr lleiiv was one of the most widely known men In the express btttiness Hi entered the eninlov nf the Amcih.in mmsM") in 1 S ', and rt mauled with that companv coniiiiiousrc up to the time of his dentil. Pi isso be originated the aione) order, now extetisHel) issued by all express lOinpanles, as well .in liv the rilltcd St ue.s (ioveriinii nt and In I S : 1 he dcviK'd the svsti-m of travellers' die. ks. COL, FRANK P. STONE, roprle- Pioneer "llline ninsenm lor Dten III llosfon, Hoston', March 4 Col. Frank P. Stone, pit neei anion ' the ' dlnie mu-eu.ii ' Iiropreot s. died of pneumonia at hi hot. ti in Welleslf) to-day. lie M.i led ill tho show business by cstuhlleluiu dime mil-cunt In Hatoier stteit, which later led lo Hie founding of Hie iistw .X- Stone tiiusi uni In Tren ont How lie was also inteiesteil hi the. Uric il entt i prises In Xew Voik He was f tid of horses mil dogs ami took an active part in manv shown, nnd He Innl a : Ills home exhibits of these rn at tolln lion of annuals ' urlos at Will In in WlllfH. Ii.spi Mir 'i I William W lil'.j who pi-iipn "id sevirnl years ig i ,o "ni.inufiirtuio dii)llghl" hy h gislatum . moving nil clocks fotw.iril a few bonis I tiled to-day at I'liislt liurl the .lc Kill be rnndurled Iit Mtt. THOMAS II. KlltllV, ns'l'ted t .Mr, Otto llernef, nf THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgr,. It l:t J.lil .Street, Madlnn Hit. floolh New York UMtlWHJ TO-NIGHT AT In the Grand Ball Room of THE PLAZA Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street ilmlslnn hy rsrrt to be had free of the minagrMi The Very Important Collection of Valuable Modern Paintings To bp Roltl at t'nrcMrlctcd Public Sale for arrount of .scicr.il oslates and priiatc ownerw, at, specifically indicated on the ("ulaloKucs of Sale. I he Mle will be rnndnrted hy Mil. THOMAS II. KlltlM. nf THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, M?rs. 11 !.l '-'.lil Street, Msill.on !i(. Sonlh, m Viirk HARRISON B. MOORE DIES IN MIAMI, FLA. Former Heiid of the N. V I, iirli teniae Co. and a Wide ly Known Yachtsman. Han Iron n. Moore, for man) years head of the Xew Vork Mehteiane Com pany, died of utmplexy yesterday nt his winter home ut Miami, I'la. He was In his fevctity-fourth year. He was bom In Maine and moved to Hrooklyn with his father, a contractor, when he was l' ars old. He was In business with his fuhei for a time and thn went Into the lighterage huilies He later be came associated with the late Collin P Huntington. Untiring from buslnej. fifteen year ago ho sold Ills Interests to the Lehigh Valley It illroad Mr. Moote was formerly rear enmtnt dore of the Atlantic Vacht Club, was a member of the New Vork Vacht Club and was active III yachting affairs fot many years He owned at various times three steam .ichfs named Marietta fot his wife. He al'o owned the (montlno, the fltst thirty-live m'le an hour motor boat, built about ten eare ago. Mrs .Moore, who was Miss Marietta 1 Christie of Xew York, and one of His 'sons. Jonathan .Mooie. wire wun mm m , Florida. Another son. Ilarnson II. Mooie. Jr. of ".7 Fist Sixty-second i street, at one time a Wall street broker , and now In the shipbuilding business at j File ll.istn, and a daughter. Mis Marl i etta Moore, also survive him. I The family formerly lived In Plerre- fiont street, In the Columbia Heights section of Hrooklyn, later moving to ' ltlvei--:ile Drive, where Mi Moon built '.i home for himself at 101. an I another' for hl son, Harrison H Moore, Jr, nt V3. Mote rei eritlv Mr Moore had been .occupying the latter hou-e when In Xew Vork I The body will b brought north At-' raiigennnts foe the funeral had not been made list night DR. CHARLES J. EAMES. V hrllllst ti f Xole Who Vltlrie VI ii ny I iiiportll lit nlncoverles, 1 Charles .1 Finn ill, d jeste-ilav. .it t t Homo for Ituuia.'iit. ti tins i it at t io aue of v 4 Ho was a metn I..T or the C.ieiu cal Society and was a i.oted ihemst, having raid more then-( c.il di-ioverles to his cred.t than an' nrhe- mall in th s ,ountt ! r Fames IT-' .idv.iuc.sl the tht-orv that carbide ,ic il ami similar substances tis.-d In Mirgcr) would p'event ihTect'on II. also dls.siveted an itupoitnnt ii.it t of the art of manufacturing celluh id and , witl-out Ills dNcovery It could not have become commercial nil Another im i ortant ti cverv made b D". Failles, was a method for ferglng steel direct i I frii-u t.ie o e. which was used by the ' C.ii-Uiii Stfel Company foi many years , nnd was the llrst process of this kind ' i ever il'ed .n thi- wintry The first I successful ciftti.itoiv ever put up In this country was bull' at l-'wh Pond mulct the personal mii" v iIon and ftom the jilaiis of P.- F mies ami crenuitoiles in various pints of Hi. world have fl lowed the gem nil line laid nut bv , lum i From his rovaltifs i';om c.rbl.c acid j aid othe- Imp rt.in: invention P" F.mies enlovid for ttunv )e.us a large iiisonie and was well known both so I'l.illv and u a business wav, being the owner of eevetal fast horses or note 'n 1 e.irlv ''"H mil h.iviiu; ii huge stivk farm in the llci la h.rcs. During the ih.l sr he seived as .uh'i-or c!temlt ft,.- tlie in my. w ith h, adiU.nen at Willi tin Point j Dr I 'amen was I member of the ! I'moii Leantie Club of Xew V"rk for I linn M.trs During tie liiM tt II or i HI, . fifteen veal's he lived ill I'tncincht. if.. .ma ., m'n bn. tiler survive him 1 survive him virs. "Inr) Mrs M irv Hlali Illlike CrooUe, Cfi'Okf. Wife or Wilt- I '.no I'inoke. a new-paper man In this . tv for more than tori) veara and i.ivv in .barge of Till? Sf.'s Hrooklyn ..lli. e died on Wed'iesiliv at lier home. 1M pi(.s t d, ice, Hro.iklvn She w.i-i the diUMlil'r of Patrick Hliike or C,,tl way, Ireland, and was educated In Dub lin Following the ileiln oi her father i she lived tut a wll.ie l'i London mil 'loin I'cre came to llrookl) i alenit foriv ve.ite ago She Id'titllled hes,.f. wltli Hie old Sidney place Human Ca tholic Church, and latir with St Au gustine's, ptrlsli Soon after coming to Aineilia she got a position on the llli.okiMl I.'ilib. Where she lilt t Mr Cronke They weto married thi'l: vearh ago. I 'Ihc lift, llr, lltlvvni'd 1. Horn. ! PlIII.AI'KI.I'IIH. March I -The Hev I Dr. Fdward Tt .till Horn of the f.ieiill) I til the Lutheran Theological Seminal v. Mount .Mix. and one o the most emi nent men in the LtithiTin Church in this country, tiled at Inn tesldcme on the seimn.ii) mounds to-day lie was In Ills sixlv-llflb )c.ir and had htcii 111 of heart disease situ e December. Dr. Horn was pat tictihn v active in lituilti'.il woik nnd regal did is the highest .ml limity on the subject In Hie Luther in i minli For Hie last four c,its lie had been professor of ethics ,m,l ill. mii and practice of tulsslotis at the Mount All v Scinln.it loll ll 1, rn v r, Jnhr I. Ih. M iron iv e, xi it'ii old wm ii to. vou'll and bisame a tleigvmati 'nn amnsMil i for- l,n. us. an inipnrte of Orii lltal rllt prodiKts, dh I nt Ii s none in Ilea -on Hill yesterday nl Heart disease i oi lowlnn his jrndu.illou front Amherst Col- 8 O'CLOCK Iee In ISfiS Mr ("ir.ies studied fo the ministry under Di. Klrh, a noted Congregational minister and at ur his otdlnatlon was ai- ive mi t,ni minlMli for neieral years, till o:iunll.I by ill health to Klve It up He .-iiteied bus1 tieH life nnd Ix't.ur.e an .iiitlmi itj on matters r rtalmriK to Japanese and Chinese art. Tno dauBhlets turvlie him ( buries .Vinson I'nller. Rostok. March (.Charles Mason Fuller, TI years old, V. ti. X retired, died Wednesday at hln home In Dor i hester. He enlisted for civil war e vice and wan n captain of merchntit mtrlne and ensign In the navy, lie commanded the Wtt Oulf squadron and the Mississippi frpiadron. Later ho was connected with the revenue ser vice. He afterward became wrl -;r and lecturer. Irnn. . Cnrlson, Francis A. Carlson. of Fiat., n Carlson Companv. West Fortieth street, died yesterday after a brief .li lies at his home. 3T50 llroadway. M-Carlt-on was well known among me diant tailors of the city. lie leaves a wife, a dttigrter nnd two sons r.iiini iivtIkIii. Fhhu Dwlght, r,1 a lea'her matrifne turer, died on Tuesday eve'img at hi home. 141 Pl.xth nvenue, Hrooklyn. He whs a climter member nf the Oes.cnt Athletic Cluli and an organize" of the old Fnlon League Club lie ,s survive I liv hi" wife and two son. sittnucl II. Vftrrs. Sa.iuod It Myers, V,t. for sevei.il venrs a Republican Alderman In the ol.l c.tv nf Hrooklyn. died vesterday morning at his home. TfiJ Lincoln place Dining the civil war he served as a I'nlted State" Marshal He Is survived hv h.n w.f.- I a daiigli In Nc-t ! nrk To-iln,, National Housewives League, o e. " r J." West Fortv-llffi ntrtet, 3 P. M Lecture b) Prof. Jeremiah W Jrime on "The Helcinn t'ase .IuiIsom Mtniori.il lhlildlng, Woshingtic.i Sipiarr South, '. I. M. People's lns'it'lte le ture in Mort s lllllqillt on 'Son". Modern lloTon.ie .mil Political Piohlc ns. Coopet l'ti'0-i, S P M Hebron .Vend env .liner Ho'e! Man hattan, 7 .".0 p M Addresi hv , ,. ,. ,i I , rs Wom r ' Dldigation foe W. 'M IVmr ' dr! The. atre. 11 A M -i DIED. IH.I5S II- Wecll-e. 'i , i "I J Catherine A It i. u.i ir'ii-- f 'h 'Ite Iteo-tre l .. ir I i',i'hi"l". cri ror.l Tuner.il -eri.-s s " l I , 1 e-r',i-k Prhlss m .ri.,nR !' r,'. ffiurrh It ts en-uest' refineyea Cmi no flot, f r tie sent RltrXN'A.V On IVertne.aj )f ir li . rer re.len. r. H'. U't' ,ir.et -si'h street .Mary P. he'ovf.,1 wife ef Vl-.'t-la-n nrepnan iiti.I dsjrhtri nf the nte WlllUni Furreli sclenin rertuleni tiH ch'irfh ef the Unit Van.- .N'lTiete.est,h s'ree' .nft m.terdani Vfsreh s. .i' Cjlvnrv Ceirn li nn Sa'aMiv M In'e men- 10 1 t, n fVltf.;ON.--(lr. TI ' 1 i Mi' h I s hrlef tllnes. St h - re-i ,n, . Prnadwny. rmn"i A ' .i"'"1 ,ove, hu.h.ind nf Aimi ii- -e "ftv-rilntli imr VntlP- ef fuiH-rs hr.Mfl'i CrtOOKr rtn Une.a Vfi' Mvrv, h,ln,ft mt. of VVI " '' Punervl frnni lie- ..re - a i Prflfcr-t p'l.e, nrnnitl' n en ss )tur h ' .,' ' V VI si. ..,., r, -nssj. s .'era r-lstlr le ! nnd j V.A VIMS i'rifi'Hir Ohir - J lines I IT.S ,' Tw.'nt . -t' .. linn i I -I .s-ervlres Till VI. -,l Cllt'ltl'II ' Trunk I! enlni:. ' .'4 1 V 'a nit' i e'. m k IIOLIllVll - X. Ile.if .vtart h . J hn ' s e trs f.ini e- M-onrrr ef 11 " tins il Vr. in." '. 1 llirlat at lit 'If i I H.VIUlV- Mir.'. ' t f'srll'e It. Ilobir- It in v .if i.' Mnrnt't IIihI.w Su.l.lr n sjit. Iph .ma llnssn. lr n i i h Itirltt-r HoKim ,-e ' he i 'hurt h. F'fit . seventh stic'i Marsh i,, at lia.r Is reo,UfStil tlll JivMl.i on vi.ireh 1'iinera! Chapel ! and Crein i 'luii ' nue and N'ttieifi t .'loi k. Mtldlti: - lUrr'-'in llllrrslle lime .Mnrch N'Dtlie of fji.trs r. mfte V ri:.fi: -i" A I'r.ii.-' I'tllierHl s r ir '' o i IVI . , We ! no lo II. I v l . i .'li ie . VI ir Pills T V Is to r v - f s - t tl I IS V IH' T VKI. priiper