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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915.
9 HAY STOP BETWEEN BLOCK CROSSINGS food Si't'kn Nf Siifct Street io hwrpflM Antonio bile Vrpldentfi T,i KIM r.VTK OFFENDERS I Km 11 ' feodi '" :i McU-.- hai b C immli New V.' gnat tni'l '' h'' I' tti u Hird.v Ul have a nut u? ' idf I UP' J i- ,i" lnurll rlc h t 10 crns .1.'. . Police Commlaalensr i, as the mlnatrel iimmi'i to eron th nnul, but. so ,lon. i' Mid yestrnlny, unless - i he iaiiKt r of crossing tilt middle of a block, in crol aingg, the police may ikt atepg to stop th" p r art I te. i : Woodj tins .'ji isrlt- r to I '"iHlnl t"li t ' NMMOl a whether or i-"t tin- it'iice lu nricst thOM who do ngi i" get on t u ether I II'.' Ihr iVmtniNslnner . i.-e win n' Injurl were "BLIND" PUPILS ARE TAUGHT HOW TO SEE Doctor Tolls of Wonders Worked Among Afflicted School Children. FOB HETTER INSPECTION . i ausi 'Ir'so vti.i wore struck v ,,. rrnsasd In th. nildUle of with sixty-eight int.', reel I ru i me in front f vahtetgg or into hen i :i'ii t .i ight struck tsschiam tbs vrre rtandltiVi w-ilUing or even tl c t , the elreet or on eurli. Th i 1 M'p'irttnrnt doe not ern ai enj one for crossing th" . . . , w i) down tiie Mock If Hurh . V' . ii' ires i'.wi be BVQAgOg," 1'iHH- t lode v iol yeeterdajr, "but ,, nvi l i show tli.it In tins nild- Idelitl the PSgsalflail a a el fe dt- irMOB doee not mean, , I e y, thai tin drivers amj i haur v.if. . .i io bieme ,ii something igg done t i iii u Stop to jiml-block cresting "hfgl'latiol 1 rind, will be necessary he- ma arreel a pedestrian . ,r . v.'i.- streets titiigciiaiiy, und lav, I.- iwe we ti.ive "WKh laws nag' too many of thsm. A better way . fB would !'' to st";' middle of the . ' iel i educntlnc the people -r" the dang rs of the habit. -If i ibltclty and In the schools . t we hammered In that New fork'i are very dlfteraM to-lsy in ; ley Wl 'Vrn a short time mo, Mtnr aci lent might lie averted. New fg , ,. -. antfy If tontine uii more re ind higher nes, which mma g but the etreta remain A i l added to the (miw:n . , re t'n- IhoOMIMta of automo . that tl" N:i'w YorU if a very w - ico did not hava to dudM. are the motor trucks. ROOM t ... n lUUtalnOUl In mi, and par danceroua beeauai their great ., ( vet them a momentum which gudtei II almost tmpoggtbtg for their Irlven to handlo them gagtly on short noi. Hp lave )uat a-k.l fur tho ras He vt oily ordinance) limiting the ppei i irui aa, The propoaad ordtnattoi being fought in certain quglggfg, but II i t-.- pgggod for tliu ncneiul no motor truck going through Manhattan etreotg at ten miles an hour I quite dah trOUg as a touting car hitting i. in. ai twctity-flve mil' an, ho I'ollce Department hae to look rut for both ihieg we have the regu-1 bu 'i. in' vehicular Iraffic on our .. well in' Hie taJt-Buarding ,f iirdeetrlani The polleetnaa tries to !';.! Ms 'iiwin. ii by holding him back crowing, The chauffeur wca tho I croi I lielng bold back ami etarls Ms , But while the pottcoenan i . I , k the crowd ami th. cbauf! fur start '.ns oar tiw pedeetrUUt I thorn at l".'Sl say a. in effect. . , w i;ii the eop : 1 have a ; i-rose the street. 1 He uV ao n t. hit. !'.e problem teole Itself . , ting thi people by publicity the ehoolg, so that they will dattgorg of crossing tho ii i', care loot, baphasard mnner. . ..: 2' i.s would strtctty ob- prut t of going from one to i n opposite one only ut the , : crossinffi ibe rosuit would i iii . . i rs would laicome more I'm: the lr.ven would dally vigilant ut the only point tiw were likely to most up wiw egti -ii laus " I Thfl preMnt method of medical 1n gpOStlgOl in the public echoola de clered to tin a farce last night by Pr. WnisJsj Martin fltcha.rde of 2i West Ninety-ai'Vcntli street In an nddresa made before the Poclety of Medical Jurisprudence at the Academy of Medi cine. "Several hundred thousand dollars are spent every year from which the t ixpajer receives vrry little valon In return." said Dr. Rich, rdn "Leaving out all the mieery that comes from crime, prostitution and piverty, caused by physical defects that might have been remedied In school, tsYl It cheaper to spend 1.000,001) n year for pnier medical Inspection In the schools of the city and hav' almost every child pro moted each trim than It la to npend IS. ono, 000 every year rceducnilni; chil dren who WOfS not promoted, atui tha millions uf dollars we spend afterward for police, courts and prisons to punish, these defective children of to-day, who bo eo mo tin criminals, of to-morrow"" Dr ftlch.irds said that It wa Impos sible for those at present in otsaMg of modlesj examination to do ail of the work that should be done. Ir. Richard, told of surer in devel oping siFht for supposedly blind chil dren in the Hoard of Education's, c umbos. for tlie sightless, lie wiw hope for two third of th,- '.'no children. He snld that the commonest trouble with these boys and girls is extreme near sighted tiC'Ss, which, mistaken fur blindness, has tod to lncrpaslnc loss of VtgtOlh -Tiie ts-xt most conmion trouble is cataract, eotnetlmce enough advanced to bs operated upon, und another disease among these children Is excessive astig matism, which so distort Ogdjootg t lint tti" PStlOnt le thought to ls blind, fleer of that part of the eye we sec through I common and can le cured. Pr. Richards described group of sup pOa dty blind chttdron who came lo his ofHee. All had been learning to read by the touch method. They were quiet mid dsspot dent boforo, but when proper treatment and glass" were given them, they laughed and chattered wh-n they found that they were really not Bignt less "You will oak." said fir. Richards, "how It Is possible that sub a hideous ntistgkS can be made in the cases of two-thirds of thsSI children. The an swer is very simple. It all is a iiies Cion f skill and love combined. Plenty of men In New York have the skill to make these little patients ee. but till r.ow no one has had the time, skill and loVS to hunt out the real factor in these cases." It. i'. Ward Prainpton. director ot physical training or the Department of' Kduoutio' . An goto Pntre. a school prin- cipal. Slid OIIVS M- Jones. prlSClgaai of lYellt'll a probstionsry school, iota wnai was tieing dons in I he school tow ard rennKly Ing physical defects ui.d improving the health of pup 11a RIDDLE HOW TO USE SUFFRAGE $100,000 Ideas Differ as to How New Hnised Cnmpnin Fund Should Be Spent. NO DEFINITE PLAN YET That 1100.000 cnmpalgn fund which the suffragists raised at cooper I nion lust Thursday night may He In the bank for a while. There nre so many different kinds of campaign on which to spend It that they haven't decided which to se lect. Poubts concerning the wisdom of working for another referendum are tn the minds of many, who hold that Presi dential suffrage, which the Legislature can 0O1 1 for If It wants to Is the ahort cut to take now. The Federal amend ment la Interesting a number. Among those who are for the Htate referendum there I a decided difference of opinion on tho question: Shall the slogan be "Victory In 11"" or Victory In HUB"? At a meeting of the city committee of the Woman Suffrage party at 4 Thlrtv-fourth street yesterday Jorlty ruled that "Victory In "the standard to ralss CASSIUS H. READ. Fsraner Ms miner at llnffnaas House Was MiJ Years old. CgSJlUg H. Read, member of IBS. Arm of Read. Wall Ac t'o. llrst managers '. the famous old HofTiiMin House whicli was, opened In 104, died yesterday at the homo of Mrs. l-.vclyn Duly, at 110 Lexington avenue, In hi eighty-third year. Mr. Read ., gottrsly engaged in the management of the Hoffman House for more than thirty jicars Mid at the end of that time he was retired on a pension From 1 h 7 1 until 1SS1 Mr. Read WSS the sole manager. In IRsI Kdward S. Stokes tiecame SJSOOIStsd with htffl and continued for many years SI Psrtnsf In the management of the hotel. Mr. Risid, whose home was nt !i70 Lex ington avenue, w is visiting In 11m home of Mrs. Paly, a lifelong friend, when he was eiidiUiilv sin, 'ban I dlarf sd most Immediately. The cause of his SUbJSet aeuth W'iih old age. Mr. Head Is survived by two sisters who live ut .Shelburim, Vt. REMOVAL OF TILDEN TRUSTEES IS ASKED Niece of Pend Statfsninn Olh jects to Their Advanced Years. sws THEY CAN'T AGREE -John mom the F.ast ms-waa Knotty Problem Before Leader. Although a new Assembly sits In 1J1 the Senate Is the same u that which dealt with the suffrage amendment at Mbanv last WMltST, and some of the suf fragists think that it w constitutions! to have .loll II ) Mills. Mount Vmnqn, n. v., Mov, S. Sill, one of IDS last survivl here of Hie WttshllVjrton OMeySJ Who sttsid guard over the DOdj of Abralinui Lincoln when It Is In (,..,:o In City Hull, New York, disd to-il.iy it the home tf his son, Henry 0 Sills. 07 F"s ISf avenue. He was "1 years oi l and I w-as for more than fifty year a mcmbci I of tin- Now York Produce hhiotuuKC. Mr. sills was long a member of the wholesale grocer firm of Smith A Sills, Fortyessvsnth stress and Kighth avenue, .New York, now John S Hills' Sons. Mr. Sills was connected with the j Franklin Savings Hank ever since its j organist. it. on und for ten ye.u s WSS Its vice-president. Mr. siiis is survived by two dsuifh i ISTB, Mis. L. Lillian Hogg Slut Mi- I Mary K Brainerd, and his three sons, i II SJls J Howsrd L and .1 Htanlcy 1 "I. T. W alii-Morunii Hi a " i . Tlie est.i'e of Samuel J Tllden, tho Pcnioeratle leader, which hus been the f litigation In roci nt years be cause of dlffersncei between the trust ess, portly duo to disagreement a to the lOOStlOn of the Tllden mi.mimeiit in New York city, is the suldcct of a new su.t. filed iti the Supreme Court yesterday. Tho prSVloUS litigation arose hcciuss of differences between QgOrgg ttf. .Smith. who was named as trustee in the win. and Lewis V. Randolph, Mr Tilden private secretary, who was named In 11103; but the estate stayed out id court for two years after the appointment in the uprsms I'ourt of eg-Justlos Charted !' MacLsan ns tiiltd trustca in 11)13, to i sin essd Jotui BMjfslow, I Tin- s.itt lUsd yesterday a .-kg for ths j trustees' ramoval, 11 i hrouffht by Mrs, Husan Tilden Hmlth, nlecs of the , Democratic i nier. alio is the beneficiary I of two trust funds amounting m IIOO.OP, l she allegci in her complaint ni.it while Ktndolph has always bsen ready und W'.llink to pei lorni Ins duties ,,s trustes and ins services nave i. eeii sal isfni'tory to tn,- plaintiff Bmllh has frequently rs fussd to t pe:, tie with Randolph "and f person, ii animosity Col T mlticrnlogi hi home, The coming drive. OPERA STARS APPEAR FOR WAR SUFFERERS MEADOW BROOK HUNT ENJOYS GOOD CHASE VmboMisador attends Concert at the Metropolitan Nearlv 06.000 Rled. MR. DE G0G0RZA HEART). Twenty-five at Mooting dvt Plenty f Sport, hut No FoCK. MISS RUTH KENNEDY WEDS W. A. PRIME, JR, Quiet Ceremony Takes Place at St. Ueortre's in Stu.t vesant Square. Ulldn t be SSSCtly another suftr ige moodmsnl Introduesd next session. Bui other My thst there Is nothing In tiie Constitution of New York State forbid ding It und that there would be no harm In making the attempt anyhow This is the question to be decided ut the Conven tion of the New Tork State Woman Suf frage Association, which meets In ttiis city November 30. In the meantime the Umpire State Campaign Committee and the Woman Suffrage party have asked certain eminent authorities on constitu tional law to look into the matter und prepare opinion for the.r guidance. Tltete is a feeling that a would DS I ion la i wars. Dollllcally unwise to press for a referee-' and one son I dutn how As otie of the most : sncod suffi.it.Te leaders put 11 . 'wnat might be is pally possible might "be po litically inrposslbt " That work for the Federal ainetnl- I merit I to be a leading f uture of New Yoik activities is indicated by the tteci s'.rm of the advisory council of the Con gressional I'nlon for Woman BUfPraffS, at a meetltiK ye1erdny, to call u con vention In New York oti November 17 for th" purpose of forming a Stale or- ganisatiur Waln-M"i Man Ihaper. S5, a al expert, died yoStOTda) at I'm West Thirteenth itresl He was born in New York city, but wa educated 111 Germany. II" participated :ih a volunteer In tiie Fr.u Prussian war of ISTii. Rsturnlng to the l ulled States In 1 7 ti , he wa;- put In cbargs of the miners logical sahlbltlon al the Contonnlai fig position in Phlladslphta, He pfont to Colorado, where he became Identities with the devolopmenl of min ing, letter he built toe AtlnntlC und I 'anviile Railroad, lie served as i uptaln of sngtneors in the war with Spain and was Colonel of the Plrsi ttsglment, ''olorado National 'luard He was the tirst secretary of the Society "f tin Co- He leaves two daughter lliilii l'Ki.ii limit' " Robertson Rodgei r, bead Uerage house of i; Hodce Broadway, and a member i York stork ESschangs - " ysstsrday ufi moon of a ' of diseases. His home was rs bro .N.iv of th. A: I of till I 1(171, I) lei ooutpllcatlot at ll:i West . has he m.in act I toward defendani Itundolph hindered ami embarrssssd the administration and paacuUon tf the trusts " i The complaint also alleges thai Jmiie Mantstan has shown disposition to .ud Smith and Is not friendly to Randolph, and that "lsrcaUSC of the lii'-ompattibll- it) oi defondante smith ami atactstaP. US 'Vi'lell-'ed h their act- of opiosi IthM and refu.,il to COOPeTStS, the ordl nurv conduct ".' the business . greatly hlndored ami th" plaiirllfTs Intsresl tuej- li, He,., ' It 1 also alleged that Smith is past 7-t years old. Randolph mora than 77. and Ma Luu past 71'. and the plaintiff, fears that t r - - propei admin istra'lon of the trusts may bs embai - rassod i" the physical Inflrmltlss of one or more of the dsfendanta." I Mrs, Smith also alleges that the de fsndafltl Smith is "Insolvent ami not si I pptNMlbte and his drcumstaticss do not i afford attoquats security to the plain 'tin a.- hanaffetary, she also altsgas that her relations aith Hmith aial MacLean are inharmo us and binder tin- propar transaction i:' business matters." Bavanty-aavanth street, H" w-a T" years out. .Mr, Rodger was a descendant of an old New York family, Ills great-grandfather, the Rev, John Rodgors, the Brsl chaplain officially dsslpnated by lbs oniinent.il Congress to serve during M:s Sura Hard Fiebi and Mrs Fran-I the Revolutionary War, Was one or th,- loss Jolllffe, the two envo from Hie j founders ami the Brsl pastor of the i West, who are to present a petition f'f Brick Presbyterian Church, at Fifth j the Federal amendment, signed by 500,-1 avenue and Thirty-seventh street, in)" women voters, to President Wilson Mr, Rodperg was a member of the1 on DecenTber f., will arrive in New Tork t'nlon 'iuh ami of 'he Sons of the city on November 1'n on their way tot Revolution i tVaahinpton, They have been welcomed I - ). st it, Oovemora all along the Ime Llewt, ilames J, Mcrarthy, noo.ooo .iHnrn of Petition. Fran-1 -"IIU 111 f r ISSl 'e I te i I'ltlll " in l'l ii I iiu Willi Fine rt. Novelty J335 FOR AUDUBON'S BOOK. T i M "t iuerlcfC' llrlnu Price at llilrlon Sale. I ighsst Top M prlSS al ih sale nf the i its John E. Hunou of Mlerdny at IbS Anderson .. . w t:i3i for un original -t ri i oop) o:' "Tue Iliids Of i ' iN 17t)a by Audubon. J. V. . i, ; v. ..- ths purchaser of the work, wit . ' i- ii seven vuIuuks, with Dun full p ii- plates in colors. The name of ite II r is EClng, the original ooboorsbori -: I .11 ;vil the u. iri.es. 'i : hundred plates to illustrate i "I of Amen a" t No. 171) went ' J ' Uraslin lor IJ6.2.1. John tga-ke's . opy ol PVancIS L-icn s "S'lva Syl- ' i (No I .., w&a purchased by J. .V,. :,k" for $13. Tbl f . moon sale tPjOluded an auto- c b) Benedict Arnold to lu Wll 1 0 1 t.. J. F Hrake. Inc., for '' ' irton's "Arabian Nights ' i 1311, .ml a "History of Ait." Agin our! (No. 30), for till, Thomas Ball, und "The Anisri ' library in twwnty-two n . i ..i. to ,i si Walls for Ms- - .: : ,e night as sal on included - of Robert Hums (No 114), . 'i. Well l".- 1109, a n i- .i .-. by gamual Uigelow i. wss bought by C, F, ifaart : The writings of John Bur i 1 11 i Was bid In by .1. P. 1 ThS total for the day's .-1 to t3.it I.'.. The salr C.ri.'.'.io .lc fiogorna was heard In song recital yesterday aftsrnoon in Aeolian H ill. li s programme was entirely out of the familiar path und for that reason attractsd u certain Interest. Two OpST-1 atlc airs by OlUCk SI 1 Uonstgny opened the list, and then followed three l-au-tiful und character. stlc oni;s by lra nadOS, a Bpantsh composer from whom we lire to have an opera thll SSSSOU Next came two songs by, Joiin Aldan Carpenter, songs deeply felt and anx iously wrought, but wanting somewhat In that spontaneity which Dsskaa a lyric coin incing. J. H. Roger, Sidney Homer, I'yril Scott and Klgar contributed numbers, ami the final ioup eontainsd produc- IIOIM of to-day's highly cultivated Frenchmen, D'lndy, Ropartl und l)e- buasy. Oonosrtgosra do not often hear a song recital without a single Herman lied. Can it be but, no, the question must not be r..isi-d. What was heard was. worth hearing and the hearing was pood because the method of communica tion wa artistic, Mr. lie fJugOrSS Is not heard too often here. lie , one of the most accom plished artists of the concert platform, u singer who has voice, technic and temperament, and whose interpretations uie made eloquent by pnetir insight as they aro adiuiraule by fusti.lious taste. An art which has power OOOtbinsd With aristocracy and distinction Is that of Mr. do Qogoraa. H" was heard by t large audience and the applause which lie received was of the genuine kind. 31) p. by S U lth ' I roughi (Ni i f.llK" ,i ,, A.N AMERICAN CONTEST to Lite N'nltve hole PrtM W rltsvs, Hall HENRIETTE BACH S BECITAL. Plays kfusle by tka v loiin s Orwstfos Mil Interestingly. Henrietta Bach, viollniet, gave u r- cit.il In Aeolian Hall test evening She played 'he Nardlnl concerto In K major, th - iinaecoiniiunied adagio and fugue In tl minor by Baca, the Vleus temps con- erto In D and some shorter pieces. Miss Bach ia not unknown to local lovers of music. She lias been beard from time to lime m the course of tho lust eight or ten years und always with Interest. Her talent i.s substantial, if not greut. end her Schooling good. She is an earn SSt seeker after artistic results and always plays with respect for the lu teal of the composer. She was not beard ut her best lust eveiilng In ellher the Nardlni or the music of the greater Much of the violin. In bo:h she showed accuracy of ftngsf and some good qualities of the bow arm. But her tone was wanting In smooth ness and in WSItUth. In the Hach num ber there was too much roughness of j f style and there was only a superficial1 Indication of the musical content of the -movements A brilll am tnalienor, which included tie i't. -neb Ambassador, M. Jussorati and 'he French OotgSUl-GerjejroJ In New York, an ended a uwi furiuanos ut the Metropolitan Opara Rouse iai i u given for bps 1 petit of t,a- Sts'icte I'r.i UsmsltS des Artistes def l-'rali':, atl or- paniPatrti formed Cor the rettef ,' di-.--titute atngara and musicians a hose nanus if livelihood have boon cut "fi by th,- war Between I4.00D und 15,000 ws radosd Tin performs noe was un der the auspices of tne Theatre Fran ca is. of w inch Luc tan Borttu it pr sl deut, with 'be upprniai and ooopsra- tion of th- Fri nch i lovernnsmt. One of the feuture not listed on tile piugi amrns, however, was the refusal of Loiioid Oodowsky, tiie pianist, to appear because it wa i a French benefit. He wrote a letter ysoterday to bis con cert manager, It. F.. Johnston, In which he said: "I find that the concert In which T am announced to appear li given tinder the aUSpiCSS of the Ft'eli'li Qovemtnent. While 1 am a great ad mits of French nc it is absolutely Im possible for tn" to participate actively in any national affa.i " Mr. GkKtowaky is of Austrian exi no" ton. Much enthusiasm was aroused by the singing of "La Marseillaise1 ami other French songs by Leon Rothlcr and Paul Capellanl, Andre Tourret played sev eral violin selections, Lillian Qrenas and licorjie Bamavan! actsd in n sketch called "English School," luivld Itl-pbnm sung a group of well known songs, Andro Barlette appeared in "souk- in costume" and Mile Berlaal of th.- Chi cago iiraiui opera Company sang Among Others to appear were Blslt Jams and Melville Fills. Mile, Yvonne Oarrlck, Clauds Benedict, Mado Dltaa and fllnette nuerande, Mgnors Oontl conducted the orchestra. l -Ttirt It . f.. I.. Nov. Tw enty-five members of the societj olony here were .,t the meeting this morning of th , Meadow Brook fiot hound- iit.d snyoysdj h good pnllop neroaa the country and consldsrabli jumping Owing to the dry condition "f the ground and the con stantly fall 11 leaves lbs scent did not hang well and bounds could not bring anything Ojui blanks The po k wai put in flrat at the J. R. Davis pi Cover was drasrn there. but rSSUltSd in a blank. Later, near the wootis on ths ii, i' Whitney piucs. hounds sinned u Mi fog whlota had 1mu sleeping. For a few mlnutsS the scent hung well and hounds ran f ist, but got Up Ini i tlie deepest p.irt of the woods and Ci- scent was lost. Th' te bad been more Jumping than galloping during the time hounds wi re bsing worked, Among those out were Mrs. AMhur Bcott Burden, Mr and Mrs H. I. Nich olas. Mr. and Mr. Charles C Rutnssy, Mt. ami Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock, Miss Hslen mt hcock, Mis Curtlldgs, Mrs M. M. Tinker, llarvsy S Laden, Mrs. T-homaa 1 listings, Sims Vanderb.lt. Ii.ivld iiows. M s lieiige Whitney and Huntsman Thomas Allison and the whips NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. TIm weddlna f KIm Ruth Bhan K-" ! '!". rl;iiightfr a f 'rim r ITMaTriBJtf1 tf ICn Jtttin (3 BVltlltt anj WtUtAni .. Prim, Jr, of lhi eHy ttmk jiUi yen- trdaj at st 04Hnri Chureli u - Mint Squirt'. It VM C6ltrfttMl vrr QUltfUy WrICta only rIritiv'i. and a fv iDtimaU fr.eni.M boinc prvscnt at th t ervnony. Tho H- It K'l Hfilantl. th rtvtor. offlctotad. Ti1 brld Kn away riy her st'i'f.tiiHr. John O. Btrqultt, he WM unatiftult d. Mr and -Mrs. Prime Will lift in thi city. The "cap'mnt was Announced r eently. n ww not txpm ted t!i wflddlng would tukt- plaoa m kudi ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED tin Karri ck Rigpa are at tue Qi I' d Miss ham for QUAKER CITY THEATRE CLOSES Miiuc Hands' Mrike of I n StOCli I ii in in ni hlurl Trouble. I'll ii,ai.f.i.i ii!a, Nov g. Tin Wainul Street ThSatre, ISOontly taker over b) the I'enn Players Ptook Company, clos d to-day after a strike of its Stage hands and an indignation meeting of it actor.-. win. lid that tlie con p. my was short of funds and unable to pay salaries Orant Laf. rty, man iger of the theatre, admitted that the stage nands hid struck, but denied that the actors bad any cause for complaint. "Tiie coinpan..' will nasi all of Its obligations." SHld Mr. lifertc, "and Hi" actors and potressea will receive every cent that is due them " OPERA OPENS IN PHILADELPHIA 1 1 I'roil nee He." ll ii local barytone, who in 'i heard here before, gave il li-' evening at Carnegie lam e with a patriotic last ear. he offered I 'if music by American W 1 c ii in qusotloaabls I .-en held Is one loiitalu- "I .-nil Cieiit variety and furnish Interest through an . tl.,-.. hi . amort' i i. for sogse years past had unsparingly brought for-: halls here and local I '.. v . I J tlsptujun und vt- vi hat frequently sought the bomt produota known by hi ir iirngrainmea entire or in in ici nurse there are al- idents "f singtng to be oon ii recital plvor und no doubt had Ihelr Interests llrst of ,i hi- i l items of work pro ',i . ry well arranged. It l ' 1 1 I in !.' "(lltchw Mani oc i dosed with Wal- I "lJuniiy I leaver," vVard II liutd "II 'Ut "f I 'r.-aiiis," i tod io Mi. lleilllUV and i bis HOIlg "Spring ri ti.e Misty Hhadowa ,i tltlell i ' , i l'l a-1 iti'i' , and "BP Maelinwell, were Included, I,t llolo. I'.irl,,,,' I, ,,, , o, IHMUI'S In blS I H""1 O'CIOOB on .unuay murnnc-'. uam in iliscloMod feeling as well I nigh' . afur unothor day's work, the , ,..,.,,, ;, shut. I task was far from completed. Q New Jb. Vwrk To-gii. asetiai limei As llliitier, t .iiilm f Ail nrlu. Aldbie Club, Hlltmnre. Betel Muslim iiHauy l.'tuiore del 'Ire I'ii n .M.iii.i'H ia. N"v. I, The flrat operg of t lie aaugOO was given here to ll, gbt when tin; poacon "pern untpaaiy. witli the l'avl'wa ballet as an added at trai't ion. produced "l.'Aniore del Trc Be" and the "Snowtlakcs" balle! An enthUSlagtlC audience intended the opening performance, STILL COUNT POLISH FUND. Aiiiiosiieessrnl aa to Amount Ma liected ou frlday. Tho American rolihh Relief Kund, ve il ha its quarters st it blast Vorty isth strict, announcsd yssteruay mat :t would bs Impossible to annoum I,,,,. Knriav the auiount taken by s mbrlch a oollsoturs. Maiii i 'I'Le auditors were counting Hi! Peaa amount received from different sources 1 e hll- Mine Theatre M Sldilnx Club 7 P, M ie:i i upstloo Clubi em ok Canadian Cluh Alansr, Het.-t 7;3(l I' Hi Roekiund County loolety, mssthta As'in s I' M I Hoeietyfet Pelltlsal gtudg, meatlng, Hotsl An or I P M I gtase rhlldrsn'i Fundi nisetinB, Hotei Aster, Mm ' M Railway Devclopoteat Aasoelatlea, eon vent ion, Rstsl Boglpls Unassan aoclsty, msstlnp, Hues tug of ' Natural llletory, P M. i Jewisli Religious. Papeol I'nlon. msstlng, j Tsinpls Bran mi Bit I P M yUrs prevention Psrsde, s- i rt freat I . Municipal Rulldlngi 11 lit A. M. New Yuri, Historical loolsty, meeting, I 170 Central Path West, lilt P, M Ni-w Y.irk FrSStl Air Fund f.ir Klderlv People, in set log i Botel Aster, - P. .m URwarel Korum, dsbgts on "lnereaas "t l he Armv uiiU BaSyM babul 'J', tuple, ;U 1' M Tensy Botanbial Olub lecture, nesting, gehcrnierhorn Hull, Columbls llalvsrslty, Hit P M 1,1-ciurcs on "Wsmaa'i Wnrki ii r Op nortunnies To-nay, iiuoson siemortsi Mr, ami M Paulina Rigs tin- winter. Mr, and Mrs. CMMa I'rick have re tttrnsd from their country pin OS st Man chester. Mas-, and pre at the i;it- Carlton, Mrs Joseph m. Qaaaam will give a reception to-day ut her home in Phila delphia for her debutants daug. iter. Miss i ntvia QaPPM . Mr mid Mrs. Joslnh C, Thaw hs vs ,'losen their country place at PouttUMPP t ip, !-. I . where they bad been since 1 lie aummert and are at tiie PI sag, Mr. and Mr I. Townseud Burdsn i.ave returiied from Qreenwloh, Conn-, end are at the Plaia before opening their liouse at ti.'i Baal S venty-eightn street for the inter. Chauneey Mitchell pepeW Id hap re turned from Paris and is at th" Hllt nr.ore for a few Woeks. Mr DepOW is here to obtain Supplies for the hospital tii..t Mrs. Dspew is maintaining at her chateau near l'urlu. Mr and Mrs Krnesio tl Fgbbrl, who havi been passing the autumn ut liar Harbor, will return to 1". Mast 8ixt fourth street in December, when their daughter, Miss Teresa fabbrl, will lie lull oil need to lOOlSty, Mr, ami Mrs Carl a. fl. Oertdorff have returned from Virginia Ho! spring and urn at S'. Baal Sixti -fourth street lor tl.e winter Their daughter. Miss Almia do Beradorff, Will not be Intro dueed to aoelety this winter. Mrs, Thomas B. Qllford, who is at her country place in Weal Chester. pg( until alter Pooember 1. will utlve a. lunoheon ut the Rellsvue-Ptrgtford In Philadelphia on November l"i lor Miss Dorothy NorrlSi the dabutauts daughter of Mr. and Mra Alfred Norrli of Phila delphia, THE SEAG0ERS. Tl. engagement has in'n announced of Miss Anna 11. Wilding, daughter of lei rge Wilding, to William K Adgsnt of til s etty No dale hlls been set foi the wedding, Mr ami Mr. Pred Oordon-Smitk of Bagls Book way, Montolatr, have an- IHIUIICOd the engagement ol tle'r daugh ter, MIssOlaAys Bllsaibsth QordonBmlth, to Henry rrv. f 'h- Rev, and Mrs Clip rle 1. Pn of tlermantown. Pn. At a luncheon given ' Iterday nt her summer home in Larohmont, N T, Mrs. ii H. Brown of 2ns7 Fifth avenue an nounoed the engagement ot her daughtM), M-ss Theodora lirown. to In Joseph AUgUStlng O'Conor "f this city. Tne Wedding will take place iii June. BAKER GAVE CORNELL $260,000 Ini t r inn ii ii r of PMrM N it 1 1 1 mm I 1 Hi ii iir IMrniltor l'mitl. from California. On Novtmbtr i! Oov ernor Whitman will roretve th-m ui lin Kxvi'utlvf I'hHnitu-r ut AlUiny, after , whi h Mr WhltltuUI will K' i)ini a ' rMWptlon ot tb Kxerutivp M;tni)iti The lull trisrth "f ttll f '(HirrfH:iiin ! 10 Inn wu ntMt the 'nvivH on th bor li ru nf t!i oity on Nil .imh'r 24, with u tmm of docoffttod nutumoblloot und oncoft tliom to bolTy'Oi vhrt ihtre I ! a rCOUf I'Mi ami ! i Mn. W'.i ham lndorfftettt, Mrn. WllllAtn sU Colt. Mi.- Ruberi Adatnaon and Mn. Marcua M Ma Ho wore ftppotntod cununtttoa to Invito tae New y ik Cong i ooi iuijii to! hit 104 iitlOtl. Tho ConffreaalonoJ rnin Is to huv a i aotioji nf ctuioa, nuntoivd Mra Mary lioardi n the rarloua phaffH of Podrml JfrlpH work. P. A. B WIDENER BURIED. PhUagelpbla 11 naaeier I u t erred Afler HsUgls t ereiiioii . I'MIUtnUHIA, N'ov. It The body of I' A, H. Widener, multlmlltlonalra unancier, lay m the Van Dyck room f tils' home, Lynm 1 Hall, bust night und to-day, guarded by tne dead man's four obiesi servants and surrounded by a group ,,f tin- World 'a mosg precious paint 'ngs and art ishjsota. all Of which save one were hidden in black crape. The Single exception wwa tne massive S., -guiit portrait of Mr Widener. olrectli ta-iie.it a winch the caakel rested This afternoon almpla asrvicsa were i,i.j m tiie apartment and the body of the Rnan enr w at- remoNfil to the Widener mauso leum iii Laurel n il Cemetery! Thousand! of dollars worth of flowers flisiiled into tiie Widener home during ! tne day. Jonti ii. Bocksfeller, Andrew 1 Oamsaia, .1 p, Morgan, Charles M Behwab, Jacob ll s thlfT, i: T motes bury und R ll. clary were included m tin- tilimlier wlio sent nfTerings. police Lieutenant James .1. McCarthy of the Hhsenghsad Bay station stricken with paralysis in the ItatlOl last night, lie as taken to the Coney Island Hospital, wheic nc did at 1" o'clock He Joined the force in U!0. After hi w-a promotsd to a lieutenalicy hs waa assigned to tiie staff of Inspei 'or Patrh i ,i Mnrkins. When th" Inspector waa retired 'several years ago Lieut Mc Carthy wa.- sent to tin- Bheepshead Bay station, He had sugared two other at tacks this year, He i survived i hia a l Mr. tgele e L I I he-Mian. Mrs A. Nelson i hesnutn, Chsoman A-hc: ner residence, s ' he-! an. wldoa ". resident of tile N-l n lug Agency, died at Momtngslds avenue, JENNINGS ESTATE $383,000. w i iio w Goto i m hi t i n i Iro I'.at I r nf IsOOfl Inlnud Mhi. MinkoI.a, I. 1, NOV. f - -I'hil.nwicr R Jennlngo, wu wa promlnonst in th oftolri ol tho Bplncopal titore r Txnu louu 'i and who diod Hoptenibor tl mil. lofl aTi estate- of naarly $400,000. Tho piindpnl anwunt of Iuh hoithnco waa in th.- tinn tf Hruco it 'uk, 100 Watr t . t . M i tijuTtati. Hll widow hno 1"' hia uuortor iutieft in lhat OUOlnOM f . 1 :.-- 1 . 7 His . i .nl OOtata nan VftJuod at $ttt.389.72. Hia holdtnov " Mrkot ami Pulton Na tional Banit of Manhauuh ftntountod t MMKO. Tho will was dated July 6, 1011, nmir which ho loft hia ant Ira eatato to hia wlf with tho Osvcopttoti "f n fow bo queatf to friend und oervoi ta. PASTOR FIGHTS CHURCH FAIR Mi i in ii ii f Brooklyn Th Iomo It i i u M ;i i mi n lo HI Op rrnt'llce. Th Rev. WilkiOtn Allan, pastor of the leoonwiod bta4i i.-t Jhurch, Brooklyn I notified tho ixvnar rea; at Ion that no more t"-it or enterrtnlnmento In tha church will In- held with hi aiipmval jf the ohuroh Uecedea thai t want thooi to r yootordoy at tho oto of ct yenri Mrs. Choomon WOO nne of th founders and ru a nt lye member in moro ihon ;i eewt of duoa and podotloa In Son v.-rk. Chivarffa ond tt. LsOUls. Including tho RnunJ T.iV.'t. tiir Mo i t l . Womer lcmrtciat. Nnttonnl r,',H. Theotro liM'r, ria aoer.-. 1 lutiR! v , I icinocrntl i-orum, Harmon) nod National Theatre, Funorul aer'icoa will I'c bold ;it her h- inot.cy ii jtrt'wt-'i hia inii' inortvaoTo on tho Ui a yeitr or tWt they ro after apii will ii;ii lence that tne iurch h iii bo it ii it-.- ox $ 4 1 .(Mill paid off iiiiwut, if DIED. i v ui;. u koto reahlenc nine at clock . iirrow i hartea i'. iiimu-n. larlea p, Hasgorty. for muni ... a n0Wtoaper man in NOW Vnrk : nU Brooklyui tiivd yooterday of pneutnonui , in his forty-third year ut hia homo, i ! Hal- avenue, Brookl) u. lit waa born n I Bootland ami when 10 yi-nr old enmn i to thia count n Me wm nt various times t'oniiertiii with Drookln puperx i and alao with the Kow Tork silnirrcM i ami SfW York 'Inhuu contracted a cold while oovorlnff Lho MMUlamabura fin t ti poturdaj Me loaves a widow i ,iai throe daughter. iTHAi'A N. V, NOV N Raker, halfman of tin H;ink of Now York, It. tl tuna of 1800,000 for tint ml tor lea, according to an i leorgs y First National donor of tin n Cornell dot -:i nnouncomenl CONTEST C. A. YOUNG WILL uf tn- trustees of Cornell University. An original gilt if iiiiii.niiti whs made n Mr-, linker two years ago und n SUP" piemetitur) gift of lioo.ooo lasi Jan uary. He had rsQuesied that nis nants bs withheld. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. M41i1h.it lan- -assOoloael sSir Henry Toronto; UamiiLnri ,if Pattareoa, nurat, ." v Prtnea tiM.rwMr and fra T.-k l'i .vi.n ii, R 1 , Wl.lUm C AIimiiv. X. V. Oavo -M:'. flTnt Mra. T a Roland Peltatt. a-sstl-ull- 1 ttt.S'i, and m NuKeiii, r -nJahb. Kra i'mii M 'art an aveouo, Hill r, " peoole'i Instil 'ti'. Koundatawih nf gpfSO 'oupr I'nh'ii, 8:Ki J. . fo' utn un "Anii'i - Policy," vp i-ifib u-( t an , ''Boonpails ' I f i tin if C. How, galling to dai by tin UoiiaialAuierioa hnsr Nlau Amaterdaot, lor Valntouth I Mr and lira w n 1 atklnsnn 1 prank Km- Batohelder 11 W HlOlr. I Mr ami Mr Huiu i mak. ' M,i .ri Oarrui bars I Mr SIU M"' P C Hul 11 I Mr t Mrs h J . Ill tilt . (.,..; i 1:, ,i-.i, ,m I My ma auooor iiitar Calsdonifti lor Qiao Mr AnA Mil A V. U S CXmmm danojas VI visit Hewitt M aim Mr- ' at ('onrad V M .troa, f pottflis, Buward J- w-umwy Mr. It'onarti (ditrr- brldfo, Mr, and j reore I'llmnn Mr. VVitliMi K 'it.,r w w kul har ford, Mr and Mr V W landlord wiiu. Mimh Luoy K S.-iiKl- rni-d will R C Wftmorr M- Villiara II at ton Mui.ii." Tux ; itle Naant uia i eaa, at Ragle ir and Mr?. IB 1 vitj""1: . RngUinsi Mr mitt I'ln , paoedoae, Oat. pVlbert dC U gtHchlaon, WaobinaHOB, 1 ; i. ii Oar Hon, HI 'hmoud, VaTi T. w'd teon, Holyoke. Man Kali k.Tbo.-kHr MtMH Phytlla Nftliton Tnrry, uondoh, Mngland; Mayor Jmm- M 'url-y un.l Mr OOrley. lioHtiiti Ptarldgo it- n I'nat-, Walliagfoedi Ccnin . II. 11 Iir-rmK nlcagO. Ml. ; Mr. uini Mr, .i K Kenry, Itanton, Del. 1 Marls Antoinette- Mr and Mr Anh'iii , iv Cuatar, Norfolk. Conn . Mr. and Mr , M K. Dai is. ijtfttmliiir. . LI SI Clangs, St ram en, HI aSS 'M r anil Mn 1 1 Mar a mn mlnga, ciuoago; m-- Maraua a Henna, CM a vi and, Orfloj Mr. ami Aim Wll.iaau N. pykman Qlen uova, i 1 Vandarblll fir Uani ami LaOy Bt k, 1 gondon, Ontario: Mr end Mm. nhi Duboili tflen GOVS, U I.j Mr mnl Mr. W. H Wanamaksr, Jr J'hiui-iphiu JMlunnro- Mi ami Mm Ore lit riiMr of Toronto : Mr. ml at ay Hnwunl Millar r 1 tn Motnas, lu. ; Hen Hamilton j n-win of Paleage , Mrs. Tiiuntu hih of ) Hit tabu rg. MrAlpln Mr. anti Mr j. f Oourtnas j ihilifitx. N. B ; Mr ami Mr.. 11 i. It owe 11, Ohloaao; (-'tusk ami Miw Hvui-iic 1'iHik ; Wauaati Ind.; winiuiu c. Moover, tsih log ton, l C. Murtinitiut -Mr. aStd Mt '. I Mut thrWS umi Mr and Mr I,. M retj iniitrnuiiiti.il. v y . Mr and Mrs w n I Kute, Hampton, Va. , Oeurga il l.ibln , ' Mlaaeapnlli Minn i li-iiham leu yml at ft. Tttrtinas ,T Flta- , 1 1 a k 1 1 Washington, l Mi ud Mrs 1 (it-Hi, ! tli.;iln- Ka; imip. U. I. r. an I Mr Karl Mm U. ItoHom , Mr. and Mr H A. eOOSWi UnanluJu Hwlft At tN.mpany aulas of Htr Ju w luiK . ii jr mr in. wri'H auoing Maiuruay, iVovttutr i;th, svsraaad foTtowa: r.- t tc lift-1 . 1,01 ctMii ner oound. Att uoiik bteea of CoMgoottosit Mnuu- faotnrer Attn Ogpoae Proaatto. i lAaTFORD, ( 'onn., Nov, s Following ' ti attempl In tha town of Windham to gs The will of the latt t'harlea A Younu. out of t lie richest ritlaeni nf VTIUlmati- tiC, it df ve loped that hia two riaukhUTb, lyfiia Voung and atri Carrie O'Brien, who ore not merely labored but are speeiftoally tn off by tht win of last October 17, purposa to contest tho pro- tiatini; of tho dooumefti with tho aid of their brother, Oharlos A. Young, The will gU'OS him on'-thirU of thr- realdue f the astats after the rity of WllUmantto haa taken h lap nark known as Voung (erovg snd tno taaUttors housekoeper, Mis Nsllia iitM-rioii, has iieon WOll provided fr during hir life time WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Ana i Hra. Man ' . Medbori Mia. Mary R M.il .urv. who waa I lively enuatni m chaHtaulo work wag pfotnttteni socially, died aunuity ; her home, Thlrty-aecond street. Beeol hurat, 1.. fiIUw ma a shit lllneaa, dagth rogultlng from heati diseass gUe i i say, No "in ' r i Hoi llann i: Corni'eil . Puiiars i mtvii .1 1 her i tireane l h utraet, ll en tut lay, Ifovt KA UK tl"- '-"ii. o iiiin-ih;jii rrar 1 l-v.k. wtfs "f daugntei ol Hani i. stela ruiirr... ser i st he Is MSSt l'if'-v - l.;rU r: r.'i ntornigg st 'H " ' ' JKXgJHS .v.t Hotf -' I . smasT i . pi uinon itff. i is yoara, on of I a:. I Mar) K r nklo ,,. UU'l -On Mo' rseldsm -i n liivrrslu llggnor i-i "i. "i I Ke lc Of 1 ' 1 ' ttll I ; nr- uf . e ssidsgi e, miHrtesd, i. I , mber !', nr : p M Nlll ell: '.,-r ii. In l h. ,.r tier $' stilly K M ini: s Talk unJ C In CIS was ii in ml" i' lary nf tlir l-'.u. Order of the n ing ii. lie . .1" llitil .Ir. Ili'iirii-MH III, Isuti til. Mrs, HeiirlHltn 1'ivi.-".: of William Davlaon and motiie, Krv. iir W l- Pavlaon. pastor Plsel Btreel Metbodisl Biilscopal Brnolilvn age, ilieil . Carlti Silli'l.i i rent lit Mi" . Bestdi Aiixil i.f tne a i,iow nf iii r.f tt... lull. ll. rsott" her ( Sllli File !'.! e I W I 1.AV1IOV, Wtl ell 154,171 I. '...il .I":- v rtis.l l" died hua .1 1111 n.i iRKK"n a stnlivr al. Il'l". band, Qeorga l. uar i mi i WU44AU TAYLOR, rhr virn hotel unci irutf conducted tlie H Deal, and HartlniQUS hotela for muni' rear, ami eim disd Mai ll 7, lll, left all - ..it- ir III!; f.M. f whluh t..:.."" wss in realty mnl iti rsmalnder In peraonsJ properly, Tit.. ssits included n eTatm nt iT1o,kuo agalnei (Ircilnr ii ("ill I'lmrlf l-leh ' ;i Inr f.ir sieney advsnced. Uader tin- in the n.ii . -eelved luif of tiie r"i,iuary estate, hia hluir bi'lllg 111,641, Hi" ls:er. Uoulse 'I' IfoOutaheon, K"i the siunu anintiut. snd an other auHt.-r. Oalhsfine t- Wlttetuors, r oeivsj tir.u.iinu outrtghi snd persmisl f f'!.. ealued at Ifi'if. The arrjirulauJ shew-. tlmt ill., aeoedsnl egrssetied twn notes slven by lili BOtli agrt-"alius t'.o I'll-, n . liarl ..I Mir purotlSSii pries el Hie HI Dsiyki iiit. bscsuae 'h initiiw s'a. no Hucci-Ksf ii subaequenl i TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE WATKI'.IU'ltY CONK.. N'i'V. S- XI. .1. n iHt arriving at the il"t..i llton to-iiuy in . mile Mr ami Un V M Misrkweathsr, the iils.es Baah and llafher HtarkwBHtiiei an. I Rleanor Corbln, llurlturil (Cadlllai'i ii M Thomas, H M .ud ii ti UH-kiMi, No Vorli (ttavnssii Mr un,i mi . ij,,, New Vnrg I I'll. 'Kuril i Mr uml Mr 1. I. Cummlngs and .-"ii and Mr ami Mr p p Niopton. Nve Vork (Csdllleo)j k iv Moran, ll. 'I'. MaeFurluiid, j U. Ton.ys. K c PottoTi i' J. i" ike. a. Oheestrrow snd At Abbott. Nw Vork fdaglllso)! Mrs .run - L'lsrk. liartforui Mlsa -vnuls tllllett, MU M lllKlu.p and Mr E 1.. lilll.tl, WealQeld, Haas. (Wudaon) Mr an, I lira s. v. Uudgiuuu, Xew Vork. (Cadillac), Latest fBOOEixrgral ,WV" Itotme wow ldJ . . V-rvtr j i 7i Linfinn r ribtiu Solly on tin- Rocks Net On Desert Altars Net Tlie FumaCS of Iron Net A Wife Out of l.gvpt Net His German Wife Net Laily Bridget of the Never, Never La ml Net Send fur 111(1 VI M l H lU H iK n i. I t . 1.35 1.35 1.38 1.35 1.35 Faoera st Fi am i ngt. i ,v uvenibur 10, ui : v .. noes PUSTl.KV On Mundsv, No gari". g .lug. S'oluw i. Isy selley ui.-J dsugh iir a ,1 ggndvr r and E gtsrNag guneral prlvat. UBtifg. Novsntbel I I" I ter nf 'rii'.'i. us It-.- , . J sveaue, N' em ark, s. .1 Fuiisral Sen 'nii ate -',la ali ill.; T. Mai . irsacs Al, pf Till 'llfc both Jordsa M . ;i n- 111,1 avll in at r e,li tldeni ROOUBiUI, I n Munil . ,i, Hobertauti It 1 Ig. gevoat aevewih atrset, guaeral aert ice. win br 1 Bad Uotlegl i'i 1 liui ii 1. is god Bsveutr"Sev, WadneadAy. Ko'erour Relatlvsa sad friend. tli. i-r 1 S, aii.v i7V . November I, ll hi" sevsaty-lhlrd yeur, gyepue, KeW Veil, VuHsrsI e ' 'i" 11. lllllllg, Kovsraaar uf 1 1:1 v . Vork elt I .it tiie v W set lln.i gva nil '''l,t, ,' 0 a: in A M .,1 . In 1 itrd ti BRENTANO'S .' u ii ai . .ik i-i. in- 11 " N i;ua: third 'i un Tu" lenaant I WATHR ' Thoniaa Hinsral Dutton8 Fine olj bpoki in con temporary binJmcis ol lowest prices. Just re ceived. A visit v. ill pay you. liHl Fifth Avenue ru niiy-tn en Tuvstta 1 1. un iuin' , KUU. - A' I eerolter iii ysars. Punsral 'r .c.e gel 111 r. 11 ..uk 1: ..iv aioralngi prlvsli l.t'l'leU'V. on I. U'.iini arviess iii i Iral stise; t,i a . . Ku, 1111 In' Chsrlotie.v U"lilng. V '.II I I'll." . at "TUB .ui West Tnenty mpbcll Building 1 l I o'elosg, to il Mevsarkai a, ' 1 en v On lit I b. e t'ourth in sails. II, 1,1 ' Un Y M . I V S.inilnv. Ni. cell. it;"'l I, tike a i'IiuicIi 1 n.iv. govsmhs n 1 gea orlll nisei III. 1 it i; FkAoNKECAMPBELL' 241 3 esrgf