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THE SUN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915.
WARSHIP SENT TO STOP VILLA RAIDS Alllfritffl Property In Dmitfpr From sfnrviiijf Soldiers, Mann Tolls Lnnsinir. ItdlMH IJ TROOPS TO STAY WaSHtgaTON, Nov 23.--A 't dig at the tgftsnet ' (VxflBregSRsall James II Mann 0. ii .-. IhO Mouse minority leader, Sxefstiry of Watt lanslng to-il.iy re dffteil the Navy T'cpartnicnt to send . ,-. to Teiololiampo, on the MM MM : M. v .i, fur tin- purpose of pro. H tin Amcrlcai) properties t i Meelhli nrtni VHIIsto sotaterg nnd bandits .srer.1- ha bsen raiding the prog! rt loo, I Sid Wl " "' snesjan na "reii nun I m American lives In Ihe vicinity II l ! ... . ,pnrarnnce of the warship i u ' ' in ' 1 irb "arbor w.ll bnve a ralu-t fgfj , ft Officials of tbS Hepnrtniei t it ii . 'ipate th.il a landing party t i I-.- tent xihnre, to scua-d tlie ropi rtiei Kaporii 'lie stats D! part in out to froni tie' west coast of MobIoo told t . rsl In ;lio Stati' nf Jalisco .if .,. Ufa of VlUtgta soldier in a MarvlDl condition. t-Sen. I'arra, mm. t tiia Midlers, told .i pttlabta Btor ol i sufferings of Ida men. Tat Htrernl 'i i: ii. fie Midi they had rabolvtod ( : . . Keah. twolvo tnen MCQUItlbtttll to Itart'Otlott. Thi trail r the army, li Mid. i- marked by too blood from the frot nf tii marchers. Botvotn live and ii i itieand men were reported an con. f : ItuUiuf hie tut '. eepit Me- reporu of Intorotrod tla Mexico Macro tary of War Dar. liiwn .ted iiiN afternoon in roaponaa In : ; :. !.- that tin no) ronaldi ring tin War Ikepurtmont la i removal of any of , ti.f American bordor forcooi the bulk of (rblch hae been no duty alonR the Rio Urandi alnca the outbreak attain! Hji-rt 1 began SYSTEM LOST MILLIONS, Ratleaal llnllmeja Hrinri KNWPXWMg llegclt. thuns IS cl.sh edltlo.l i . lonul Railways ... itded June to, 0 If i- :-i i: caused f tin- report of of Mexico for 101 1. shows an by tl to revolu tions tei'. In thai country, The report abowa that III tlie 1(131011 year gros earn-,-.g.. amounted lo It4,3?t,141, against $7,170,. the previous year. OroS! i,i. rating expense- we:, for Uw year 101.1 105, compared to 3.'., 4I.4 In lllt-ltlt, Earnings over tperstlng L-xpeiuHsi dropped from .ji, lll.lla ! 1911 io li.tit.T70 In 111$, etui ii.-: revenue from $Il,S4$,gl2 to $H,02t 1 19I3I3 there was a surplus ni I7:a,"'ii, while in lmi tiie report Show I . Iom of :8,ltt,(S4, Tile p.. I u il ii part : Tlie percomtMW Of Oporatlng exueniel I 10 Mmlngn for tin year was 01.01 per ' yestet cay, when the society flled a volun .. . Increase of ':. p.-i cent, o.-r tary petition in the Federal District :iie previou! year, Bui it will bo noted 1 Court with ItabllltlM of $14,t(f and as- ri:it devreaM lu gross earning! wuglgots of problematloal value, consisting ,.i cent compared with the prel0 j,-,,, in cash and certain "twilight iloua ' .ii Comparing ;u-.-..-t of opev-1 , atma Ths society owes its vtc- ml'" Osxn 444.: kei i by I Uk isii with Itlt, there was a in Isll of $4.tC0,Ikl.&$, or 11 .. . iioiwUhatandlng thai $.- 1 was charged to opera ling ex-I . on . . i tint of damage! caused s re vol alou atitl ntlon, slali ii . Ni w tiet . the so. ulld Win.: to the : MJtUtl iolidlil.es. 111 till.., Wiioi. tu- rl is. ami sometimes whole divisions, Were alien from our control We hati :he M'dngr front thorn ami frcquentl . au : otiununlcat! wnb oui dlvtaloii i !. - as in rigid economli admlnletra- IfcN Al.le We were Still liable fill ex-1 bense! The bMl wag tUme that could M - under the circumstances. Ii g doubtful if a set of operating officer! if.' ever l-alled Upon to face such ex- ;.:;; trj .tiiiditions in the mNtrnUon of .. . Hwaj as were your Officer! in he y -..i Itmler review ." J I . .... .4) this year the operation of the an) was still out of the hands ..'! el! and tinier the direction -1. revolutionary factions Ueoauou I tf ' i- situation all Interest and uthei I t. - inutUI'ing vlnce the opera-' t: company clxansod bands were oefaulted. Tentative plana for the taking up of them obligation! bnve boon oongldored. but hothltig detinite can be dune until ih' ntrol of the rood become! certain I f S. OFFICIAL BE A TVS tin. in. i rum lYnnnde Inflicted Drunken VlllUlaa. I'aso, Tex., n'ov. Drunken i"' before leaving Dananoa VI!' took t tin 1 'ti.. Vn r an official named Mon is home an 1 nserely i i .g tn reiuirts received here Montague's condition is re- I irti : erltli al. i' Vmerican engineer named aoan ' mid murdered ottteldo of Kaco, i -night. He had driven the I I i. th' troops of RodrigUeg. . commander, from Cammeo to Irlgueg, with $.000 mon, es- I up ht-t at Cananea by tne aiTi , euiilng forces, and Is on ills l' ' irri N'ogalM, gonors, to resnforoe ' tiiaii mroand. in doing so he pen. whom he liiwtruoted i :t' to tiie pursuing Carrangs lava . .. nform tne oommander that ' a "i praoeodod further south r . Ilodrlguos skiited lets Cur .i i pushed toward KogaleOt ' il. lit,', i s of l len. i 'a lies are '""'in. uilUI. LL SssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW 4Lm Along tha HgjJ lgW- MUiion SaaXavter H Sunset Route Tucaow.Arlxona en. r, l , lel.rnles "It in iitii Inn ! ... BgJ Still aa Opportuaity to see CALIFORNIA i '..mom S'S ar'eJrw nv 5!HM!r : or of the first anniversary H op-ew prlnlrs.. g Nt OWui ud tb. 4ela! iMstkaaO H ' ' li:Cu:;J:z:;:X-'::. Southern Pacific-Sunset Route Nsw Orleans Lea AariUs fhxaDteew S Pmsiti.. H TUOS. A. EDISON oeuys f tht Smmtkern FmeUe H - ,'",, "It Io A WonoWful Road- Aa Near n an Interruption of tho Mnr-' I Perfection As They Make Rsllroada." ' able, the WOSterll H TfeM .... - mmh- ft? ft, LmA Tii'1-...pb l onipany aninniiic'S Ssstd-s' V TZFLV r tiT w Tjh? iau mtM - - lor I-,,, will l, I (gsee. fsrSTUigt r. Pntatf, St. Mew Wrf St. SOU Barbados, aMiiX!isa gggH Wmmmmmmm 1 for I I : be iftr I I ' ' ' a MglP I rale ( $12,000,000 VALUE FOR WIDENER ART New York, Phlladeliihia and Wnshinffton to Divide It, Is Report. DECISION IN TEN DAYS I'iiii Aprt.riii, Nov. I - -l wa snld to. ily on Hie h.t of nutliorlty that n dent i it e RtlllOUIKWIMIII by Joseph K. I Wldener, lin controls the fortune nmaescd by llll father, the late I. A. II. Widen", rcsardlng ttM disposition of I tin- Wldcner art collection will he made within a week or ten dnyi. Meanwhile It has been reported thai not MM of the three cities, New York, i Philadelphia and Washington, to w hich tht will of the late street railway eapl ta'uet directs thai the collection may Im given, will get ail of It. but t tint It will PS divided UMMJ them, .foeeptt K. Wl.lener llM many friends and many interests in tlie tine,. eUlo and the re rt , ,, -ill distribute the eollec- 'tlon raic- no surprise. I'he value of the OOllOOtlOII I undo root Ima ted ratbor than mated. v rannoktoour who tonally ROUUalntOd with nie I. it WMOttor and examined the baa lie. , ler- P. A. B. oollw tloti more than OHGO Bald that .K'.(mn.aio would lie h I'OtlMreatiVe eetimate of the collection! v.tlue. 'VI it- eetitnate In enide the boolM, tapMtrlew gnd ruffa. Thlx expert, who hax a wide reputa tion, doclarca that the porcelains, trhlob ore moat I y Clilnese, ore worth $?,ooo,poo. A mnalxT of theae ti.jreei.UiiM were pur i halted by Mr. Wldetier from the .xill tlon of I he late J IMert Morgan. f the paintltiga alone 7t ,000, the lame-! Tho late .Mr l- The total calue . ! may be placed at niithortty doclarod . dt tier paid alxnit brandt'i "The M $650,000 i" and for lb m- than The worth : fcoo.oot fur Rap hasl' i M Madonna. an iycKa In the coitei'iem are " ore tnan brand ts, ex 11,000.000. Three Hem luMve ,,f "The Mill." arc than $1,000,000, The re- the paintings, repreoenllng Dutch. Italian nnd OthOT easily worth $4,000,000. wortn more tnalnder of tne KuglUtb, BChOOU, are An In the bronoes there are in the Colloctlua some of the tlnest examples of fifteenth century work to be found In America, one, a bust of a boy. from tin- i ike i.f Mariborough'i oollootloa, is valued ai $$10,000. The ftunott! Moro sinl helmet ens: Mr. Wldoner around $100,000. The Oronxes altogether are valued at $1,000,000, In addition, there are the beautiful lapOOtliM of the Boucher period, Vene tian rugs and the early printed biajka. such us the Dutenberg nibie, tin- mlgsxli and the Illuminated manuscript!. TWILIGHT SLEEP FILMS FAIL. Mm her IiimmI g lOtfi Ike Owner. File tnlnntarp lea. Tie' attempt made by the Motherhood K.I i all nial S ciety. Inc., to educate the the public In regard to twilight sleep methods ended In the bankruptcy court president. Kugeiie It. Hennet "f Brook- tf.(6, part of Which Is secured. Tht. ptajl f thf Motharhood fteelots ... , si, .rnlli .... , ,. w m aaustni. of terethurg. ' l' rin:ui', who was to i the ac ipanylng lecture Ths I society w.i- refused a lloense t- . xbibtt the dims ai the West Bnd Theatre last April. Although the operation attend ing childbirth was touched delicately in ; the Hlms, CommlMloner "f Licenses Bell I declared that the xuhiecl i's.'lf was nns . tit for public presentation. WALDORF DIGNITY RELAXED. 11 m Ileal rkaiik.sblas 1'nrlt . 411 the Frills. The ditlOMg 1 It! patii as had l Wag sta ahlorf-Aatorlu llolsl tine's tra t tne wted last night and g.'tvs ins a Thankaglvlng party sueh e-er lieen xeon there ''oefore.. I e,l It the grill room, trans- formed into a make botlove tmm. t programme IncltldOd a pantomime if I tBA iir.d mer old fashioned things. A thirty pound turkey gobbler strutttsl among tho UtblM. There square Aanoaa the lancers ami utiadrille. bv stx- t -n i-erformers. gild tha Waldorf shat- tared convention completely by invit- Ing the diners to Join In. They Uld. ami enjoyed it. although most of them were rather unfamiliar with the steps. The bill of fare wis a regular country ThMkafftVlM dinner. For the tlrst time In tlie history of the WoidOTl hot onrn brood and doisThnutx had an honored I lace on the menu. It was the biggest t.:gt:t of its kind, n.tne of thnec present 1 sani. since tho famous Bradley Martin lame of a gen ration ago Kx-Oov, John M Hlaten f Ueor gla, li. L. Brewster, Mrs. f N. Baker, Chatmoey J. Blair, w H. cruvuth, J. n. oottman, C, M. Haskell, Mrs. E. r. Matthews, Mis William Van Rensselaer ST.iih. h. Strachan, J, it. Thompoon. Taylo C n atnor -.iu Col a . ji. I -iiiaaaaaa aWWt ?t sswWsm'-BBBBVBB MISS ST. ALBANS MAKES HER DE.B JT AS JULIET Beautiful Production of Shakespearian Play Made at the Forty-fourth Street Theatre Young Star Gives Promise Excellent Cast Helps Her. end Janet ' At the r..rt- f mirth Wiwl Theatre. i: able Hamilton Ilesne Parlt Montarue. . t'apul!t . . . . Mercutlo. . . Knnieo Juliet Peter The Nurse . Philip T ii. it- Harold Hklnn. r Duuslas Hem. Frederick Lewis lieorfa Itelph . . . Khyva Ht. Alhati. ..Rowland Hurketiuie Pfnlllot Pair; J lot thla City, the lias prepared herself Tito Forty-fourth Htreet Tliestre wiIw H11K tpv B1U(lv llIld lai,, nUhl the ene last night of a dramatic ex-, came forward to ahow what ahe could perlment unusual, at least in theae days. : an i.mp.leh in a no ggg trylag role than Budding genius dkl In the past Often "g of MayMl who come before the publie in Home glgflo I participated In the performance las' play.- young Mlnervaa fully armed hft jotranlrtg WON well known to the theatre- the technique of their art eprlnaln from IS" ,ul"" ohllf i"'erent centred about , . . . , , IMiea St .Minna. She haa much charm the brain of soma academic Jcne. It of V(,u,h an,, n(.lt,v m , ,pil, used to lie oallad beginning at the top of (of her abort experience acted exceedingly the ladder and was dls.atttaged even In ' well, ejhi irivea pionuae of having an daya presumably polmier than our own There waa a greater Interest In tin dramas of the claMlc theatre In those brave times There was curiosity to see how tha ladles of the stage took the ac customed hurdles that were stretched X,ksng the ecenea through w hich a charac ter had to pass. How did this JuHri . read the potion scene and how did thai one act the balcony love passages? AVas this I, mil Woetiefk finer walking In her - 'sleep than In the dialogue with her bus- baud.' And did I. fit) Trazlr stick to ih.. traditions when she quarrelled with Mr POfer, and did she make much of the; acreen scene? Theae were the .matters ' trial interested playgoers in the oiaen . Ilmg and made the apparition of any young woman In one of the el isl, parts a matter of more concern than It is to- day. How can even the most KOCOfn- . pllshed of our contemporareous actors awaken the Interest of the pttbttO In the plays of 8hakespear ? la Msrr Anderson's Kootetrpe. laist night "llomeo and Juliet" was lierformcd chiefly to allow a young actreaa of the exotic name of Khy a St. BARNARD GIRLS HEAR MRS. AUGUST BELMONT Former Miss Rohgon Talks to rolleare Aetresges on Prep aration for Staire. Mir. August Belmont. (ormorlj 171anor Itolmon. was the truest of honor yesterday afternoon at a meeting of I Wigs are! nes. the Barnard College ; dramatic society. The subject o:' the meeting was "C .aching," and Mrs. Bel mont gave a short talk on the work of the Kducatlonal lrama league prior to Introducing Mre. 17. Sherblan Frye. who demonstrated inetluMin of coaching with a group of children from the league. Fifteen llttla girls between the ugea of ami 14 marched upon the stage of i Brlnekeriioff Theatre before tlie 'iio Bar nard students pr-wettt and peoeoeded . Under the instruction of Mrs. Frye to , show an utter lack of Mlf-COnSCloueneM and a grsd deal Of stage presentee in the rending of a seen.' from "A Mkloummet Night's Dream." As Mrs. Frye hart never seen the children before, the him- 1 With wkieh she put them al their isim In strange surrounding! and gained tb tlr attention and interest eke well for the inethoiia ot the league. ; The hVltical lonal Drama League n , naitoual oigaulxatton, tiie scois- and III IflUOtlCO of which la spreading swiftly, Mrs. Belmont, the president said in I opening that too mud atr- could tint 1. laid upon the educational a4je of dramatic stork she ut beai.sjied with application! for coaches from Western cities, aiul eh- feels that there are great openings in the coaching line for trained women. The subject was of gr-itt In tereit to tlie Barnard undjorgTaduatee, for through Wigs and t'uea t li-y are keeping in touch with the current drama. BERNHARDT BOOKS PASSAGE Will ArrlTe Aboal Jan. II. Mo Vinn ager l on nor e Advleed, Harah llemiuxr.lt hits 1si.kel passage for America, on the Hteamatnip Lafavett. . aalllng ffeWm Bortleaux on ChrtXtniAa pay. She will aTlve in New Y'(k about January a, her manager. W. F. Con nor, waa advise.! by oaUs ywstarday Mrm Henibanlt will play for tie first time on her American tour the bal cony ax-ene frni aRoenOo and Juliet ' and tho trial ejktnO from The MOTChaill of Venice." Houn.Ud Jubet will le he leading Tnan and ahe Is bringing w!Hi her atsut forty players. Her repertoire will Include "4 "undMe." "Jeanne Doro." "Jeanne IV Arc " and "Madainn X Allmna to a.-t the OWKllot danuliP r MUM I Ml, Albana in aald tn have had Utile or I IN theatrical experlenee. TV ahow her i talent! ahe made thla utiempt to travel , In the ffhTtattBfl f Mry Anderaon. naet noted of the artreaeee who leaped Into i fame :it a llrat aptiearaiiee : Maricaret Mather. S. lenn Fetter. Aire, .lame" I BrUWII Potter and other ambitious ouna I women w ho followed the example which w hi net that by Anna CorU Mowatt. MlM St Alliana m the datiKhter of (lacar ,-i.-it.i:er, the well known KltiKiiieT teacher in. .ilng career. Hut after all the performance ap pealed to Jhe atJdbMIM principally through tiie eye rather than the ear. JgCQtHM Colnl as the artistic bead of (he producing organ I xa tloti placed before tne public one ol the meet delightful eoenlc pruiluctiuna of Shakeepearc een In New York in a long time The balcony atid ballroom foeneg ware particularly . ff. live leeopf nMe t Ut Ai tar as the rest of ffto compatt) Doncernad mile nnd be saw lredertrk l-vls, with hie long XSSOClatlOh with the Sol hem ami Uarlowe company, la a well known figure s! the youthful .Iftprwfto atij acted with Ice old time ex- proMlvonoM Rowland Hurkalcrit ro pes tctl h.e laughsble portrayal of Prtrr and Cleorge Ralph as aotaeo was very awoptabls rfolllot Pagel took the part of ihe JftlrXe, I'uller tielllsh was f'rior t,nuf sec ami Other pans were equally well acted The latest Hhakeapearlan effort at the rorty-fourth street Thoatre has many IkiiniH Which make it wall Worth seeing. NEW FIRM TAKES MRS. FTSKE Will-' tlnillsim i ore, and John H Inms to lllreet Iter filar. Maillson f'orey and John i. WMlsatn! tie- former for main yenr- mxnatp i with Hen W Saag' . and t ie Igttcrl noa business mamgfor for the Chart es lYohman CDfttpany, will in tha holktaya j present .Nrs. V-islie In a new rplliatlj called "lirsiwiuie auoan." by sfajion i it forest who ttramatlxed "Little I Women " 1 This will be tne llret time Mre. FIsU. has xppeared ondor other manaoTerueni I than he.- uisiiand. Jlarr'son 'Jrey rTske. SB - ' - Wl. sleet storm At that time a number of Gar ftirdH. equipped with heavy scrapers, were put to work in Central Park West, where deep snow drifts had blocked all traffic. Starting at 6 o'clock on Saturday evening, the t.arfords worked con tinuously until 5 o'clock the follow ing day. By that time the roads assigned to them were entirely cleaned. In 23 hours the motor trucks had completed the work for which the city's horse-drawn sweepera form erly required 10 days. This remarkable test convinced Mr. Fetherston of the higher effici ency of (.arford motor trucks. The tapMfjf4fjfjM MANAGER 50 YEARS, RUBEN CELEBRATES Former Secretary at Metropol itan Keoalh Early Musical Days in New York. STAGE NEWS AND OOSS1P iudwig Ruben, who hoe been well known In tha musical life of New York j for half a century, yesterday relohrateu , his seventieth Wrthday. H gave part if the celebration, however, to recalling to the minds of his friends that he was r.a years old to-day as a mualnal msnager Fifty years ago to-day Rub en's Musical Agency, which lo Mid to le tha first of Its kind In this country, w a opened In Room 7. Stetnwwy Hall. "The artists available In thoee days," Mr Huben said yesterday to Ths Hi-n reporter, "were In the main Americans. A sample programme of some of my roncerta given tn Oodworth Hall, which was at X01 Broadway, was rendered by Miss Lacoete, tragedienne, who recited Tlie I.oM Hedr' ; by a soprano, acon tra'.to, a tenor, a barytone and a plnn- i-t. who played a variation on tin Hue- Man national hymn, and my Sana a lanlsh song Thei rlf, who was a tenor." Mr RubOtl also sang In eftiern bouffe when the Frxich companies come over i'erc. and Is well rememliered by veterrtna is Frtte Ui "Iji tlrnnde IiucheMe." But bO bmg ago gave up an active mUgtSOj nr-vt Hume of the artlate who aj pegrod liere under Ida manarement were Atilonta Trere-lll. Mme Furach-Madl. K.iward Uoyd, Sir fharies fardley and i w ide Miisln. t-V'r flftoon -ears Mr. itubeti was al the Metropolitan Opera rfOtgM as manager, ar.d was Maurice tlratl'l private secretary for a long time. After Mr 'irau'g retirement Mr Rtfbefl went to Motitresl, hut he is sgs'n tiaek In business In New York In the same hUltnegg, In fait. In Which he itarted hglf a century ago. Arv'.d ltulsn. who made t,.,- UW I- Igtlon cf -When the TotHlf 1 ine l'., loins, wnton Mnanuei itea ner is us- i Ins at the Harden Th-utre. writes to1 TnX Scsi that the contedy has Isen acted very MOOxOXtfnUy In Htoskholm. l me reiym i neaire in o,H-.,nagrn ain he National Th-atre In Chrlatlanla. . in addition to such Continental cities as Berlin and Vienna. This only empha-site he lack of sympathy Which the Amerl gn PuMlC has with tie Scandinavian higO "ml the Incimprehensiide exag- ge rati on of the merit, of these writers fnr the Mwir, which hav ytsirs been .1 deiuslol: of -ma in tins country. for some erudn tier- It is gissl new! that Dmoj log Kalman hag written another ixm!.' nra, which has boon produced In Vienna It is called "I.stig Live Love " No such score ns "Sari" lias conie out nf rluropc In years. Ki.w IfljIgllgOt will produce ilia J. work her Brown, comptroller of the Met- illl . e es ' mZmm' d m - s,!W" - - w--J Why the City Uses Garfords This winter a battery of Garford motor trucks will take the place of horse-drawn street sweepers on the streets of New York. Street Cleaning Commissioner John T. Fetherston reached this decision after the big snow ami of March 6 and 7, If 19 NEW shew Root voaa cm as, 4J7 TV. AM St. Garford Motor Truck Company, Lima, NSW gerrtce Stattew, 417 W. GUARANTEED CERTIFICATES SWOt . Ntttlng 8 $4000 - Ntttlng 5 $5000 - Ntttlng 5 For tht Invttttr who wants thttt tuct amounts. LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. CarHal,fAirplut Pr. $9,000,000 ft liberty gt H.T. 114 Moatataegt .Hkn. ttpera c-onipany, announced the prospectus of the Herge yeeterday de Dlaghlleff Ballet Husse. The engage nient will begin at the t'entury opera House on .lanunry 17, lasting for two weeks. The dancer will occupy the stage of the Metropolitan for the lai! tour weeks of the aeaaoti. Before the ballet movee In the Met ropolltnn It will have a season In Bo -ton and then tour the principal cities of the country Warrlav NlJInaky sjld Thamar Karsavtna are the principal dancers. Krnest Anaermet, the eondUC tor, with his orchestra, is now on bit way to "New York. I.eon Hakst has de signed the scenery and costumes lie will accompany the Company here in January. Mme. LtterOSlg Bnrl. one of the mail -stays of Mr Oattl-t'ssaiza's forces ghtew he retirement of ileraldiiie Farrar, has been so III since her nrrlval In America last week that she has been olbiged lo cancel two of her aehedtik-d operatll yerformauces. She was to have suni- in "Iris" for the first time this seas n ' Monday night Her Inability to do go 'necessitated it change to "Boris f lodu nuw," and now cuinofl the annoitnc. ine-t j that she will be unable to sing in , " If an On LeOoaUt" Saturday gfti rnoon. So this opera ban been withdrawn in fgtfOf of "Tosca." in which Louise Kd , wlna. wlin has been lent by Mr. Cam panlnt .if the ChtOOXJO Company, will sing the title role, with Mr. Cam SO as Mnr1 t 'and Mr. Hoottl In his famous Imper gOMtlon of ,i-orito ' Miss llorl Is suffering ft i an an at- ' tank of tonsil. us ad a '',! it 1 wnb h baa so affected h"i voice that he ha i not even been able to attend rehearsals. 1 She wits reported Yesterday as consid- t Khw improved, gtthotfih It w ill be I ' u,ur W.K before her friends will h n,h, hear her at th Metropolitan, - ' ,.,l(l,r arflcrxnt guidance nf th' deitartn.ent .,f Ihe Hlonudmnu John I'hiiip Si u-a bus a large ordei ut out for hlmoolfi jnh-i Barrett, rep resenting "the allied itnAmer can Qov . nnients." hs commissioned "tl," Mna-h King" to write a mart h compris ing the national songs of all tl - r. nubile- of North. Central aid Smith America fnr use at the Pan-America II .onvention in Washington on January Frit! kreialer will give a violin r -cltal al the Motel Astor Sunday evening for the lienertl of Ihe Hospital for fe. f rmttlea and Joint lilseases. A dan. e will follow the recital. Agathe Baroeacu. a rtumanlan aotPOM of distinction, will give a p. rformati. i of Ibsen's "'Ihosts'' next Tu-sla' own- nlng In the Straus Auditorium Fducatlonitl Allian-e of thi Motor Trucks R. E. Taylor Corporation Eastern Distributors, Garford Motor Trucks NSW ARK, N. J. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Show Rooms. SM Central Aes. Show Himmi, 1JM llrdf.ud Aw. LONG ISLAND Mlneole. L. I. Manufacturers of Trucks of 3A, 1. Vfe 2. 5 "" ARK, N. J. BROOKLYN. gMiico SMttest, SM Central Ave. Benlci Station, Use POLICE GLEE CLUB . STIRS COP CARUSOS Men tin post sure CommlMion op Woods t an Fill Larue ChoriH. STAFFORD As DIRECTOR No doubt the news that Do noner Arthur Woods has suspend, no clubbing rule so that the poll" have a glee dull has hem bailed -.1 Ih oeaelnni boon bv the members of the American Humorists Association. Ib.t a Si n rep.rter who qgOSttCMd gno'l many patrolmen and officer s well as Mr. Wooda yesterday can testify that tho general order requesting singers, real or putative, to -end Ihelr names to hendnuri tiers was reOllVOd with snlrmn approval. There ass one bluer. .at. on toet not more thJUl a dnt's Journey from Pity Hull, who was Inclined tn be skittish at flesi. "xre y ni a singer"" queried the re porter "Nope. I'm a Wheeler Wlleon ' "Winn do yog think of the police I ui lllb lllfll It's tb. new 'b'rd .1. gree. There'll prit - 'tier to come t.i rmlttod to sli l una follof Mbis be trouble in getting through if the copg "t to Icm BUI as Ihe take n is It'l th" I'o InOjUlfwf ice moving on). km t Mi k best ore thai me serious. nai i ream S a grand idea may Is ihe !ommlMloner v. I had. Tin " number nf men or the force any cm sing aitu they log u b off you. ' let em tog a her as glsid US Ih" police band. Telia of n Fine Tenor. 'f$vof know Rergeani Domln .. Cob loary? rtro lost track nf him now. but be was up In West Sixt -eighth street when i wag tho re. The Commissioner ought get nfter htm for a tenor. That man Dot loan need to sing tor iv.urs You know every station house ha! at legal one "inger and DM Orator, Ooh lear.. was the ginger, tie was Ihe real thing - knew all tie- Vaudeville i-tufr. Out liked phurcn mush best. He'd sing The Holy city1 and all of 'Jerusalem' and everybody out in the itveei would crowd clean up to the from door lb could real music like bo WH! born with a metronome in Ills mouth instead pf a till spoon. Sa. Id like 1. 1 hear COl loary singing tenor in a departmei t glee cluii. And there's lot! more almost i- good as i oiiearj-' 1 woman ! wonaer if the CoromlMloner ioura gel .. . .- Jsck C bo rUfl of $00 men if be wants that many. B$f the way. are the men Who get Into this club go, iv to gel time oft or wir. they do theh rehearsing on their own time? ' Th- reporter was able to rep:e that while the programme has not ueei fuilj plotted Oommlogloner Woods expects thai leave of absence from what nPir- ertse would be reserve duty 'an ) ar ranged. That th" m cession iui.ii. "Last year we found ih.it the (iarford trucks performed good work and I propose to hire an additional number for snow work this coming winter," he declares. Garfords are not affected by weather conditions. They are equally reliable winter or summer. They can work continuously 24 hours a day if necessary. And- -they involve ttO expense when not ivorking. No matter what whether it is large is a Garfortl which your needs. ItOSUIN, MASS Show Rooms, 71 llrooltllne 6 tun cupticity N. V. HON TON, MASS Atlantic A!. Service station. 7 llrookbue FROM THE SHOULDER If there is one organization in this country which may be consistently depended upon to conduct a building operation rapidly .economically , and well, and in all phases and at all stages of the work to conserve the Owner's best interests, that organization is ours. No building organization in existence hat had more ex perience and none can furnish more convincing testimony at to the merit of its labors. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY Building Construction bi mi tuber, of tiie polict band, who also give part of their leisure tn mpalc. II may be that -"inn old tuners on the fofeg will "boo" the g ltd. prng)Mi. but none was hen. I from yesterday. In fact every man who was sounded m h ippy about it except one found gloom-.n-; i.i NgMOU -in.-: Although ap- proachod with what seemed to the re j-orter appropriate humility he wavwl it forbidding glove and snorted . "I have tio ideas on any --iibje t. tin to the station house If yog want to fln i ut anything." KipHitslon of fnnrtef. The police gb luh, or choru ' hasn't bet a named yel -will amount to in expansion of tiie police quartet o-- gnnlaed tw month! ago and i:ow re competent thai it s ,ng recently at the funeral of rather Psnncls J Sullivan, o tHiiice chaplain, In St AlOgSlUS! Church Listening to thl quartet- -Its membe. s ne Uleul N'i.'iiiv and Patrolmen Hi. phgel, Kunse and Boyle, two Irishmen. Italian ami a Qerman Commlsgksnei Woods a. .i,.. ed if ihe men WOUldn'l take tn the notion of having a much larger choir. The CommlMlonei talked with his friend Tliomnn Htufford, organlll and clndr director of SI fieorge'l Protestant Bplscopal t'huroli, who trained the police quartet. Mr, Htaffonl said that if the Commissioner would pi. k l.kely singers .and Ml -i li'.n in tit ni he -.ould weed iheai mi.. gnnlss a chorus and direr I : Henci in. general Older .ailing for ! volut - -,v 'h - read in all station ' ho use ii on Monday night . .-.-' ii indred men I . i respond! I already Tic CommkMiogor Is confident , that Hie downtown patrolman was right then he -aid t: re would be no trouble I iii culling s " rat k. rjack ghn lub" from I among ll.iniO men win. at least hav.- to i have goo 1 illest- 1 good ihroats n thelr business. The men egpect tn get a loi if fun See - .1. - emit d muelcal training -ut of their new endeaVur, It may be thai th.- gbe club will lei flllbert and Bulllvan Into Its repertoire when tin proper time "times, hut there is no disposition at present tu Men in Hi. loader announcing a: soma future com ert "Ou:- next Mlectloit wilt bt Tehli s ... leritlon rltl thw A policeman', tut I- net ,i happy nee.'" mm your business or small there will exactly fill Aw. vs.; Ohio Ave. oai tl P Uiv. !ll 1