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THE SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1916.
f VIEW OF LAMBERT COLLECTION TO-DAY Old MiiMciN A ro Niiineioiis in I'diiilinirs to He Sold llo uinniii". IVI. 21. HOLLIE FANCHER, 50 This Saturday (Lincoln's Birthday) li tl a a . r II YEARS BEDFAST, DIES hi me American ri uaneries xirtv&vi VI MIIMIN MOt'HK SIM III, MAV 1IHIK. I I ON FREE VIEW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. ! Ok'lmittMl "(IoIiIpii Aniiivcr- sar.vM 011 Feb. :l in lief lloinc in Hrooklyn. IMNIIslllNlsTS IX 1.IST t ( exhibition of tlio Lambert n 11 ii .if works if art III the cat 1 - of tin- American Art Association, n 1 iv Ii bcrfln to-day. Is n event Hint nuiifi all lovers of iirt mill will V.i e si" al -i(.vt:!liimTS for our roller er I'"1 for I'10 1'iiropenn 'r It -. i,l iilr.irt buyers from nil ucr Hie -.or.l. Pnder the actual circumstances. t likely that It will be posr-lhle to ii-fji i'k' trum important palntltijr.s upon C i 1 Jn of the ocean, T Catl-ollna Lambert collection con Ii f I'm1 Brent name. It lias lone Iff one of the most famous In this 1 y ninl the RallrrlcH of the owner n 1 .11. rso 1, N. J . havo been a plate . ' cr aaec for connoisseur for year, 't na 'i..iicd at a time when old mas ter were more easily nciiulreJ than at rr ' 1" rttniatrly for tho public Its r 1 1 of loneer duration than Is .ii .1' auctions, ami an cntlro week r. ' v a '. in-rd for Its Inspection, with r ir s Mew on Thursday. The sale n 1 i in the ballroom of the Motel 1 .1 i Monday night. l-Vbruary SI. ,v 1 features of the collection a , 1 i.inmlt ami a number of paint 1 : ' fror.i tlie Kenibrandt school" n , 1 He experts will tie sure to scru 1 1, ilocly). n irmarkiible "Madonna y, r ml b.v l.uinl. a "Holy K.imlly" hv t ilr. a del Sarin, a Hotttcelll, 11 -treat I.i .i tc oy the American tllukclock, an In .1 t sroup of Montu'ellis. splendid n iirp t..o 1'reinli Impressionists, p errr'.ne Kroilps of KliRllxh, lllltcli, S a . ad Ital.an work?, and ono en 1 re ci lrv K von over to early niadon n a 1 other t cclejlastlcal works. 1 -r ari 'our Hundred works In the Ci.lt' ' )t' ;noft of which aro paintings. Ml I'lckpil by Mr. I.nntbert. T le ex.'cr' en.ploed upon the cata e. l'..aui lloberts, the authority of I J'-n. w o i"as that Mr. Lambert d I is collection for the mot part up - own Judemeiit. This. Indeed. ! e-it.y evident, as the gallery a c tt ll hints "t one Individual's . did tne ltelslmjer collection, s'.nt. ie of tho old masters In tho col It 1. .. ir Huberts pays: s i the rase of many other early p j s'ancly anythlm; Is known of t pr.i iiienco of the Andre, i del c. flirt ltntfi'ttlll unit iIia tailnl. tbev is Iweii funii'si'il out of Italy Into I Ci.. n w mioiii any iioutimi ui iihih poin T ley woe IwllKht by Mr. I.ain-b.-i 1 oi "their artistic merits and are T' . "cred fur Kale under the same con t . Tho lti-mbiatidt l umiuestlon t. i till" picture, and the fact that .itnir vcihlon of It exists In Herlln tit- n t Invalidate Its authenticity" T..e liil Sartu Is a "Holy r.unlly" of f r i,u-i-'S. Il came from the collection p' the ' te Murtln Colnaph! of Ixindon, ,0 ' ,vl Intended tt for the National .... ti. -lnrl,i tu seated ill vellovv- arl"t robes, holdlnc on her lap IV f.i Chllst, who leans lorwaro 1 1 ,1 unscious Brace and vivacity to ... r.hii.1 sit. .Inhn '' ,e 1. 1 ni "Madonna Knthroned" U n . . .- tvil cninmanil WMi'Mire.ia "er ,r Sir William Aunew of Ijrdon 1 hui ' Hi illy with the Colonnii M;i c . .1 of Kapli.iel, lately presented by M' Mi-sin to th- MelroiK'lltan Musniin, .. im,i1i,i P.ilife Itanhael now In ty- 1 ,il C.allery. It l a truly re- purKai ! p' turc, and the manner of In en ' ni' "ill be MU'lled by our :r- t'-- 1 i v. 'I apprertate also tn vanity 0! ' : Pi .f. r h.i a' I lielllic.i 01 mn yuuiiK )' .yt 'Z with sucli a Rrownup. .1 al a r iiimn musical Instru 1 1, s 1 pie broad masse" of color ( bciji Hilly ciiii'hcd by Hint.. I 1- ! 1 icliucs lii ;nller of Honor. t rr.tr.tiice cillery of the Art i- on which contains these woiks .1 .turned a sou of cillery of ' 1 It also have hetn placed n ative palntliii; by Cnio and 11 " 1 t., e'll Madonna, wlurli came ,, & Sons of London, is an po on like so many of the te-t,- 1 b the Brent Florentine, , y and letliii'iiient of line ,1 . equally typical. The Rei 1 if I'h.ld Is one of Brent tender l 1 . joiltllful saint who recites it, ' 1t .1t the left Is an linpot taut r 1 r tilt; pit tUIC. - v. le lenmh plctuie of "St. I'hrls 1 ic Chfst I'hlld" b Alonzo 1 e Spaniard. i an inimensely 11 e ..IHV.K, and It is 'aid that It u a-l by Mi. Lambert at tho I 2 t r d' ri s I i f the late Statuoiu mil. T H jr rt" 1 Sf ' I 1 I t, tr.i 1 bv Marc tin raerts t'i t - or t ie Lady Arabella .Stuart. In 1 ile spreadliiB Sp.inhh skirts, ' e 1 ne praif e. is i'i trait which attract il ..1 .tees ', characterization r , k are too tiumeroui to be de .1 Itnuth. AmotiK thoe or sp 1 iwcvcr, are the Van del Heist i Err.tlemin, tin Keser l ie I'arker family, Mlenvelt's ..' meter de Sehllde. Moreehe s tf i f Pordrecht." and tho strlkltiB f "ie KnBllshmen Mir Jusiuia 1 Thiiiiia" Lanrenct, Sir V ie, .im , Thomas 1 ialnslioroiiKh, V Unfi ill and William Dolinn. I M-11 It 11 1 nr li Montlcelll. " ' r.n ,aintlHBS by Montlrelll. c 1 ni linportuiit srouiis of tlm R t i. ru in evlHlellce. alo iilaced to ll -ie tiiB Upper s.illery. All of t 1 .of this strange painter's tal i m it presented. There are tlie 1 v t i t i.it echo strains from I ir,. irlations from Watteau 1 I'iht the studies of puro lluht and " a .! m s of pure color, essays In fnil.is) a id ictlimi and tall coniposl t in- hi which tlie ladles In silken robes .etui in.t .(d ,ih (lowers III a bouuutt, Tut. 1, "MoonllBhl" by DlBkeloc'.t is r ' y pia ed 111 the room of honor. It t -'ill b- 11 matter of prldo for Amerl a 1 'hat a natlvo picture could hold Its tiu 1, in k . fnr an it SUrelV lloen II IIJM 1'JIIK well ceieuraieu ii" Ik IMH I'JHK m-rn ,v.-w. 1 ": aii'ry sinrill III era mui , M 'net a iiiamc t0 display Ills virtuosity Hm-Ai'd si ill another phase to Cournet, hn, it iN eontendfil by some, wait one "f 1 tie ii rut to reully paint the ocean. I" 1 ie mist upper nailery of ull are a rwirrer of pittuies by l'uls de Cha-v-i iei wiui li breathe a remote and cla- 1.1 m "Autumn" by lilm l n il h mi,. f iiltlnctlon, and there Is a 1.1 ,-e btudy for tho decoration by t aster in the Pantheon at Paris. Hi- Vjiitinr, whose "I.'liomme a lp" ! a PnntiiiK tbut nhould not oe missed. vr.M .. . iln.l It lm . .... 1 iii it: iiiiiirary ui i"l that the plcturo was painted In ii wiin luriev a wi mm n. "iin; m "iioy tin ino dwuiti that Ueslsmtlns declared he would oOW winei nuw to really pami nw ALUMNI OF WILLIAMS SING TO THE PACIFIC 1M (iarficld Annouiifcx 8!M t. 000 IftM'oivcd for Colleiro's ."?-.,0(H),0(Hr Ftiiul. Their favorite toIIcrc sons, suns by ion Williams men last nlelit at the Waldorf-Astoria, was carried by the trans atlantic telephone to the ears of Its author on his eightieth birthday in Co lumbu. Ohio, and on to Williams alumni In Pan Francisco. The I'.ev. Pr. Wash ington Chidden, Williams 'jf. the author, had written a special verse for the oc casion. bcKlnnliiB "The Iterk-hlres to Sierras send the Williams call." Hefore the phone connection was made moving plcttues were shown making clear how the countrywide line was laid. HesldeM the words of BreetlliB returned from the ilolden !ate. there were other pleasant messages for the Williams men. President Harry A. ilarlleld announced that the half way mark on the Journey to a i,000.00fi fund was almost reached, IMt.Oii'l havltiB been raised. The sec ond million will bo Uiwniil Increasing piofcs-ors' salallen. President (Jartield brnuk'ltt cheeis when he announced that the Thonioson chemical laboratory, re cently burned down, would hi rebuilt belter than ever, thanks to tho l.tO.OOO gift of an unnamed benefactor Prof. IaiwIs Peiry, now head master of Phillips i:eter Academy, urged that graduates of Williams, founded by Pol, liphralm Williams, who was tho only soldier to establish a col lege, cultivate loyalty at this time to their country and college and stop crltl clslns the work of the administration. Tliti reunion cup, given to the t.kms haviiiB the largest attendance, w.-us von atraln bv r.U4. though B. W. larke won honorablo mention for IMS by belni; its one representative, and incidentally tli oldest iilumnii present Supreme Court Justice. J. Addison Young acted as toastniariter, and Intro duced, besides the speak'-m naiiw-d, the Hev. Harry P. Peney, anil former State Comtitroller Clark Williams. W. T. Half old, organist of h't, tieorge's (.luircli, idayed on tlio Waldorf's orsiin. Others piesent were Francis Lyude Stet son. .1. Maus Schernierhorn and A. II. Marten. ALUMNI DAY AT COLUMBIA. Flir Thnnsand Vlellors Kmprrteil at lUr I nlverslty To-day. Columbia rnlvernli will celebrato aliimn1 day this afternoon and evenlr.K and will welcome graduates frritn cla-sse.i of the e.irlc 'if." down to th baby rjass of I tin. Tho officers of tho Alumni Federation estimate that there will be rloee to 5.00a visitors on the university Officially tho program-no Veglns at 3 o'clock, when tho ulumnl will meet In the (.'oniniotifi, whero President Hutler nlll deliver an addresa of welcome. After tills tno muuems win give an exhibition In the (.ymnaslutn. Helectloim t... ....a mnn.1(tln tllh ntlil R liy ill" him .-..v. iiHinvm. pl.inologue by Itay Perkins; '17, -vill be followed ny an enniuuiun oi mo rviiu mlng ten.ni. Th Interim between the athletic ex hibition and the Penn-Columbla basket ba.ll gante In the evening will be taken up by a beefateak dinner. The Columbia five will flirht to uphold a tradition, for never aince the first alumni day In 1909 Jiave the graduates seen the Ulue and White team defeated. John C. ftheeban'a Funeral To-dj. The funeral of John C. Shcehan will take place at the Church of the lllessed Bacrament at New' Ilochelle at 10:30 o'clock this mornlnf. The honorary pall bearer will be Victor J. Dowllnff, Leon ard A. Oleerlch, Joaeph F7. Newberjer, John J. Crennan, Edward K. McCall, Chsrlei F, Murphr, Janie- J. Martin. John F. Malone, Kklward MoOulre. Frank T. ntynoldi, Arthur I). Williams. Stephen C. Baldwin. Willlarq H. Wnllur MM lUrtta J. otfc, A Alone MUST PURIFY MOVIES, SAYS "MGR. GIBBONS Mental Food of TVnili Should Ih1 Fri'c From Pcurailin;: lnssny;4's. WasiiinvIios. I-Vb, 11 iTanlinal (lib bons Indicated hla views on moving plo- I tures anil their censorship In a letter to-day to the International Iteforin It'i- ! lean, which is pushing a hill for Fed eral censorship, The Cardinal wrote: "Whatever will make our American people better and thcrforo happier, I nm, of course, for. "Films and moving plcttues have a wide, formative Intliience, ntid hence I should llki to seo them Instructive and moral, at the sjme time cntei taliitng and artistic. "To cecum such we must both try to stop the tlooil of degrading pictures, ami appeal to our people to demand gum! film"". "I.Ike fond for the hody tli.il tlie (!ov ernment says mut bt pine, like cor respondence In our malls, which tlie (idvernniert again says must be decent and not obscene, so too the mental food, the correspondent.- that Is .-in led dally Into the minds mid hearts of our lislng generation through the moving picture parlors, should be wholesome and tin vatlng." ART EXHIBITIONS. Ws-hlnston fqusre M.I, WASIltNO TON MjUAItB (IAI.I.KHY Works by lloiiitnu, I'll ii.-o, Urls, llruu il.-l nthur Mfdouri .st. iii.i, i.tiinitAi, ci.uii. IMIntlngs bv Mloii-i, lliggins. Hecker. luvls and other. Ta 1I, 13 19 in . St. 11 :S K.J. PUTHUH KTfVVi:- HA NT fl.t'lt. Paintings by Hrrl-t ritlo and Kilen Itav-mi-ruft. Cloa- Iru l.i-d.iy at C 1' M. rlh Ht an. I Mndl-oti Ave, isi). IMInlln bv DuiiK WoodHsril pr-altlent tif the lllun Vrnut Krllow ship. To Pen. I!i 3"'J., r'Lf' A' -'. i-t-'HW AltTZ. Palniln b Jnneph o. tllaon i:ir.ln- to-day at I" .M Fifth Ale uD, IMIHTO .SBiT.SSION S'A. v Itecf nt natercolors by Inhn Marin. ''L1),.?'- ,".ni1 I'""' Ale. i sum, KOI.. NOM. 'alntlnt by Hurry I,. Hoff man Itecent palntlnics by John Wenger. To Feb. IS SSth st ,, H-)i kijppiji. jp,..nt fteilmr. of New Vnrk bv Joi.pli I'm- ...... '-'""lug to-day at ii I', .VI. 0.,U,,,V,i.l -M,"ll"tl Ave. (j4l, All J. .! -L Paintings and tirawlnr. 7., 'chulman ef art department Jl n"'i'- losing tOMlay at 4i',V.!l ""' r,,lh 'C-. MAC IIK.II. Hthlblllon nf paintings lie Jules CunMn To Ken ;. vf0f. tlona by Klmer Mclt.ie. To Peb. :. 41-t St', untl Madlann Ave iS'101. LAW t.OIt. Painting by l. ij, tiraner and oth-r foreign and Auier.oaii artlata. 1-d t- ami Fifth A itooi. MOriRKN. J.xlilbltloii of iialimnti bv ('runnc, Pleatro. Van (iogli. pu-aela, llratiuij and Itlvera. ' h Ht. slid MattlMn Ave, AIMON'IC. wlntar exhibition of anllriuei, art nbjcta mid cluaile furniture. 5lh HI. (SI W.I, (lOUPIl, OAI.I.nitV. ralntlng. by Kniolane A. Dunn and Harriet Phillip. To Feb. is. 4Sth HI. and Fifth Ave. (Kill. MONT ItOStl. Fifty palntlug by fifty Amer ican artist ? ?, K,,th Ave. (5S), KN'OKP i;h,!'u 1 ,S,U..,.", French. Kutnlan, Polish and llrlllnh armlri bv Jan v. P At" lolng to-day at t 4-th Ht. II W.). DANim. Painting, by I.awson. 4th Ht. and FUth Ave, (.131. KK.V NRUV. Old Ungll.h and French color engraving. To Feb. "9. 41th St. onit Kiftu Ave. (esii, MIIRKUM OF.FIIKMCH AIlT. Kxhlbllloii of nork of Franult a.-titt In tin tranche. ;3d St. and I'I ft h Ave. (6C:i. formrr HI.AKHSl.KH galleries, Aiiniiil e hlbtllou of A'inrljlliiti of Wniiien Painters and Sculptors. To Feb. I. Sth HI. iind l-'l ftli Ave. 1717), I'.llltir'll. nxhlhttlnn nf palntlngi by Titian and llardon. To Tliursdii). Feb. 17, nth st. no v . m Ai'iiitvi:i.i. CI.UII. E'hlhllluii h) ttvene paint er. Not open Mfimln s ir Tueiity, Tt 11 Ft Ii; I i I'ltANP-.'tUtJi. Paintings bv Pli.i h nahlbltlon ex tended to V 19. 11th rlt. and I'lftli Ave. (741). PAHT HI DOR. Kkhlbltlon of historic art work. 74th St. and Broadway (Si:j, BTIAUS. Plating by W, C. FltUr. To Feb. II. at last! SLAVIC MUSIC GIVEN BY SYMPHONY SOCIETY II f ma n it a.s I lie Soloi.st Is Heard in Chopin's F Minor Coiit'orto. Tne concert of the New Votk Sym phony Society which Pok place jester day afternoon In Aeolian Hall presented a programme of Slavic music The first number wa Smetana's "Vltava," n syn phonic poem s.tigliig the spirit of Uohemla. The soo'inl w a a Itusslan s mphotiy. Ha- sll Sergelv ich Kalliuilkov's flrnt work In this form, and the dual contribution was Chopin's F minor concerto for plniu and orchestra, with the Polish pianist Joseph 1 Ilofmann a soloist. Whatever .-Ifc the programme might suggest In the way of comment It ob viously calls for a recognition of Its tunefulness. All the music on the list was characterized by lush melody of the kind which Is discernible by those not too fond of tonal abstraction, The least familiar nuui 'er was the symphony, which might well be heard more fre quently. Tho work Is thoroughly satuialed with Russian spirit and Us thematic Ideas ate all founded on national Idioms. Tlie trio of the scherzo carries us furthest to the Kasi. for its thought has a strong tinge of the Tatar III it The whole work revels in dame rlivthm-. ami this Is. another factor In Its attractiveness. It was pln)e,i brilliantly yesterday, and Ita success with the aiidleiiic was pro nounced. Tins success might have seemed much more slgnillcant had nut the sains audl cnci. accorded Mr. Ilofmann such a re cipt'.on as It might have been expected to give, to an unknown newcomer. However, some progress toward wak ing from slumber was made after the slow movement of the concerto, when the applause wan enthusiastic It Is dllllciilt In these times to become rhapsodic over the I" minor concerto, which twenty-five jear ago almost moved listeners to teais It has Ita largo moments Indeed, but It Is not made of such stuff as some of Chopin's tmaceonipaiilcd works, the II Hot mlnar sonata, for example. Mr. Ilofmann plajed It most beautifully. Perhaps the greatest achievement of Ills perform ance was Its exijulslio delicacy, which was quite without the so-called Chopin effeminacy. The poetic fancy and tender senti ment of tho cotnpoHUIon were ade quately exprettsed. The whole Interpre tation was that of a master moving In a sphere entirely congenial to his taste. The programme! will be repeated to morrow afternoon except the tmet,ina work, whli h will be replaced by David Stanley Smith's "Prince Hal" over ture. A IDA HEARD AT MUSIC ALE. PmlererfsUI and hpalUli.it Other Artist at the Blllnjore. The, seventh of the Friday morning muslcaleB wan held yenterday In tho Cascade ballroom of the Hilt more. The soloists were Mmo. Frances Altla, so prano of tho Metropolitan Opera; Ignaco Padcrewekl and AiDert npaiuing, violin ist, The programme, n long- one, listened to by an uudlence which com nletelv filled tile ballroom. Mine, -Ald.i sang two crouv:i of snngei by American, HiirIIhIi, French, (lernuui and HukbIiui composers, and to the violin ohbllgatu of Mr. Spalding she sang mux's "l.e Nil." Mr. Spalding played cnin-jusltloiw of l.ulll, Yleuxtoinps and Sar.us.it e, also biri own iirrnnsemrnt of plantation melodies and iluncrw. Mr. Paderewskt, who came last on the programme, pluved eight numbeta, in chilling compositions of llcethovwi, Cou perln, Daquln, Chopin and I.lsit. Frank I,a Farce anil Andre Ilenolst were the accompanists. The next muslcale of tlie series will take place on February 13. 'RIGOLETTO' HEARD AT METROPOLITAN Mr. Caruio Jcniippar a the I.ncky and Wicked Duke. Verdi's "ItlRole ttn" nn the drf.nty dish set before the king- and queen at the Metropolitan Opera Hnue lat nvenliiK. It I' a work assoi-i:itcd closely with the period of forty ilayn, line re cal! that Noah believed in prepared lies- and a cl.ul of hi faith when it rained forty da It If also a matter of recortl that In the residence of the Verdi family In llusoelo In Ifjl II rained musical noten fur forty day. for In that time Verdi put "ItlRulctto" on paper. All except donna e Mobile.' iney no say that lie tefusvd Id r.vc thl- air to Ills tenor till Just befoie the last rehearnal because hi' uns afraid It would leak out and then there would have been present an audience already acquainted with Ii He bad read of what the Venetian did to Hos-lnl's "IM tantl palpltl " People all know tlie tune now, but they sit up nnd wall for Caruso to glni: I: Jiim tho s.im" And that Is what most of them would not do for the tlu't "" bu itiR.ituintn," which concluden the opera and which Is customarily cut out. It was reitored last evenlnir. but II xlnuilil be cut out again. It llteralb lets the t.it out of the ban to revle a well miirdert-il soprano so that she may operatlcalh sIiir a duet with hn unfortunate bar ton father. The tlllliB did not fclgiiify When (7(Wrt Is found to be the one whom Sparafurilr has bagued Intiead of the Diifce, for whose carcass he has bren paid, that h the end of the opera. No one wishes to lif.tr .mythlnc more, not even the already slule Inforinailou vol unteered by Htpaltlla, "Quel ecchlo maledlvani.," The real point last nluht was tint M Caruso .ni(r his old inle, til" fiiifce nf Mantua, that In which he made lilt New York debut. Maria Harrlenlo was Hln In the vast sliiglnc d'lWu nnd Mr. de I.uca was the representative of the Joeiter, Mr. ltothler waa the fpnmnrUr, Miss Pertnl the .Vaiftfiiriin and Mr Koasl the .lfonfrronr. It was as -rood a pel forni.uu-e of "ItlBiitelto" as opersroerg are likely .i hear In tills period, Question of style nilglvt easily he raised, and they might readily be directed at Mr. L'aruso, whoise advances Into the realm cf tohu-itnesi letl hllil at time perilous.) tlo-n to the robustious, nut If he due not sinir nil the music of hla part now with the aerial quality of tone iind elcz.im Unis-h whlc: ho dlHcloed at hl debut, he Imbue hi delliery with much warmth and may be reirnrdt-d an a sufflcjently liiipassloned representative of the vlcluu ruler. It Ib a pity that every outburst of loud sound Is treated by the bravo mIiouIith as If It were hi Kit art. Mme, Itarrlentos revealed ,i rVlMu unlflnu cliannlnf tnerlm with Home defrcta. ller roni-Aptlou of the character wad of course conventional not hint," else la poslble but she was. artistic In certain histrionic details-. She put ral feeling Into her "Cirn nnme" as well as many varieties nf tone. Her finish of thr air on the upper key nolo waa admirably done and very effective. If not likely to eff.u-o memories of other Ollioa known to the local stupe, she is capable of Hiistnlnlns her share of the new pr'sentatimi or tno opera. Mr. de I.uc.-i wan u cnod lltfiolrlta. He was not In any way leniarknble, nml Ills, numerous boldH weie perhaps not alwaa In taKle; hut he sain- with roihI tone and Intonation mid nt times Willi genuine dramatic force. Mr ItothieiV Nparafuftle was adlillr.ible, Mr. Polaccn conducted the opera Judlrlously it would help the dramatic verities If the abductom of flHdti would restrain their auerness and not enter Itlnolello'm garden before he Is blindfolded. Mnllle Fnnrher riled yetcid.i in hr home, ltf .iatos avenue, Hrooklyn. On l.viirtnirv fl she eelcbrnted. with cakes) and smiles' and vtcsetitM. the llftleth an- nlversaty of her lying In nou nay auei day. America's mot famous Invalid. Fi lends feared that this reception aiwi Ms exrltemeni might work her harm. On Monday last Miss Fanchcr caught n old. On Wcdhcnday nor conuimm ur emic grave, and on Tliurwiay tivciiiii, oxygen tanks were e-ent for to prevent congestion of the lungi". siowiy sue sank, until at 12 .55 o'clock yesterday moinlng she .lied. Her slster-Ui-law, Mra. F. W. Westcott of Fanwotid. X, J. I two neplien and a niece, who had been sent for, wero nt her bedside. Death lid only to anlp a frayed thread to claim Mtaa Fancher. for Uvuis. as most persons conceive It. slopped for her on a spring morning ui 165, when she left home, a handsome, popular girl of 1, soon lei be morrtcu, luiu whs btought back to her room a hclplcjw, hopeless Invalid the reeiult of an ac cident by which .he was dragged a block by h. stret car. Her spine was Injured past nil hope or recovery, anti many times since then she -had been given up for dead. Hut tho woman clung to lire joyously. submitting to every method doctors could suggeet and frequently lapsing into a coma so deathlike that on one oc casion an undertaker was) called In, but he stirred In time to prevent her bclmt buried alive During the llrst nine years after the nccltlent Miss Fancher could not see or hear and had very little ueo for her hand", and during thla period she developed, hr friends said, extraordi nary psychological powers which gave her second eight. Later sho regained her normal facul ties, and on her Jubilee she chatted pleasantly and vivaciously with a re porter to Tun Sln' about the plans for her golden jubilee, as she called It, and ilsiut liovv pleased sho was that Presl- dent Wilson had sent her a cordlni let ter In refpon-e to her Invitation. .Motile, Fancher was lorti t Attle- boro, Miis., on August lfi, IMS ller father wiu .laics I'.. Faiichei-, who later became a resident of Hrooklyn. LUDWIO RUBEN. t rtrrnn Vlniisarr, Anted In filial cm I "World, Henri 71 li-ara Did. Word reached New York vtsterday of the death In Canidei., S, C, of I.udwlg Ittiben, nil- of the bet known musical manager" of the rountrv and for llfte-en ears bu.t.e manager of the Metro politan opera House III tlie regime of ile.nrich 4 'tinned, Mr Ruben was a'so pi.vatM serretarv nf Maurice 4 Iran for several ears. He was ,1 vears o.d. Fifty yc.ir-4 ngo Mr. Ituben founded the Jluben .Musical Agencv In lloom Stelnway Hall, s-vld to have been the first of Its kind in tho United States. He was bn'n In Denmark nnri sang In opera bouffi' vilien lie jlrst raine to this countei . eti-rarsi reme.iilier his iwr traHl of Ft((r In "l.a (irande Duche-se" as ono of li.s le-st pans. 1 rum pro- fessioti.il sli.giiig Mr. Kuben tlrlfted Into musical management, some of the ar tists who appealed under his direction were Antonla Trebelll. Mme, Fursr-Ji Madi. I-Mw.ird I.lovtl, ,ir Chads Santlev and Ovhlo Mtu-in Mr ltubeti was pMeti,,t i ejiresi-nlativ o of Kmma Calve w 't .- - ie enter, d vaudeville last MMson. lb i.- sin v ived b a widow. THOMAS ASTLEY ATKINS. Lender In II latiirli-nl Stii'lellr llend Til rnr Old. Thom.-iH A-tlny Atkln. proslilent of tlia YonkHrs Historical .--o. lety atiti vice lirt-sldetlt ot the New York Historical Society, died Miildi-nly iterilay in 1-Ciiol-ton Court. 3"iin llroadway. where he lived. 1U was TO jeais old. He wits born In Tompklnswll Statin Island, on April ., 1oT lie w.-ut crad uated fnmi H.irvard with the clnss of lSiin ami bet alue a law.ver. He had ni iiln li.s home In Vnnker for twenty sevoii .vtars. rourteen yeais aco he and ilen. li.ilvb l-'iri Prime, John W nller, ,lnyi C llavi-nier, H Hilton Scriblier nnd Joi n Ki-iidri.-k Hani; nrentiliteii tlie Vonkers ll'etoric.tl Society. .Mr Atkni. marrii-d Jli .lului Teuton In IM;o. She tiled :i f .war" h bo, lie was a ini-n-.liei- of the Itar Aot-lntion and the I'ninn I.e.iKiie Club. He is Hiiivived In a 'on nnd n tl.tiuliter llr. .Inmes l,lti tl Welllnultin. I'iiiiviiii:ni h. I'eb It - Mr. truiios I.lo.Ml Wei .iiKtmi. Ine iiltlt s- graduate of !lar.-l. niPiiiUi-i- of the c'.Hs of H3s and i sti.li: uiiiiiinus of the ll.lTV.llll lliedKiil s, lllinl, died tills moitl ini at Swansea. Musu , 'n li.s ninety ninth M'.t- lb- ettt-liil llarv.iid at 17 iind wa- a Iriend of .lames l!usel' Lowell it' d Willi. mi Wi-iiiioii' Story. He was intiui ii d in iinaloiii.v In fir ulivrr WeiidiU Ho' mi s- llt-nlilllllli . IVrkln. ll.ui ri-.iiU', Cj-ii . l-'t-b. II llenjani n W. IVrkuii niatiaccr of the Hartford City tins LlRht Couipatiy and one of the best known cas experts In New Lngland. died from pin-iiinonia to-day after a short Illness He was born In London In 1 S and vvr'il -i Indiana when a boy. In M.i. I'.'in. Mr Perkin- left the place of manaiiet of the Altooii;i tl.is Companv to mine io lliiitfuiil. lit- was a niember of the New Knsl.inil Has A"-iii-iiitiori nnd Mist prclilent of tho Aint'iu.m C,a In stitute He left a widow and one daugh ter. Mi l-'ri'd D Miller nf Altoona Mr, iiatln II. Ilnaaell. 1 1 ti!-,-rpi:t i 'm i' , l-'i') 11 Mr. Mary Illy ll.is.ictt, wii of the l!ev nr. Austin H lli'sitl. iirofeor of exprrlmeiilnl theniojty i"o I tart find Theological Seminary, iind to-ti Kht after three iIrh Illness, Sin' wis lie da li;!iter of '. Stiles Illy .t d Sarali Hammond Illy of New Yci'i civ. The funeral will be held on Sti'nl.v . f f in i. I will be mnde In l.vme, Colin. .Inhn I Ull It Ill-Ill, Nrvv liocun.i.i:, N Y. I-Vb 1 1 --John Stunt Ililil, at o-ic 1 1 lm- well known as a i inn rai-lor and for the last twenty yen is a hotel piopi it-tor m Mc-mmc street, died of l.idin-y tlisc.isn yc-.i nlay in St. Vincent's Ilospitn , Ntw Yorl;. J 1 1 si hotel vv la tailed "The Ciliiisitv Shop." fo Mi Held was n rol'aeto- of curios and wan n stmlenl nf ancient arms nnd hi-:iiot. He Is sun'ivnl ii his wife and osn- il tuuhter lie w.ts Inn n III 1'cithnliire llfly-i'iii.- .veais .ico, 1'la I III T. W IIIIhiiis. Philip T. Williams, .Vi ii's o',,l. Mi-pill) Mortn.iKi' T.in C(iiniii!ssonci- In llui Iti Kilter's t'fflfi'. died yt-stei-ilny In his home, Ins Lliide-i nvi'iiue. l-'hitliilsb, nflt'i- ii brief ll'iiess l-'or ninny ems Ml- Wlllliims was I'n- llepilbla ail lender In ilie Thlrlecinb Assembly ill-ti-ci. l-'nr two leniH he wiiH i 'hi out-!' I le' leaves his wlfo a ni II .i'e il.i'iKhicis I til ii I'livlolT. I'i: i r,f. x ii, I'lb. 11 Iv.ui I'.ivloff famous lis a hui neon anil student of the benit, line died hen- at the ane of 11". H was professor of ph slolotty In the In. stitllt- of llxperlllichtiil Medicine 111 PetroKrad. In 10ni he waa awarded the Nobel prU for medicine. Continuing Daily (Sunday Excepted i Until the Unrestricted Public Sale SPECIAL EVENING VIEW THURSDAY OF NEXT WEEK FROM 8 TO 10 O'CLOCK The Famous Catholina Lambert Collection Removed from Castle Belle Vista, Paterson, N. J. TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE By order of the Paterion Safe Deposit and Trust Company of Paterson, New Jersey, Trustee and Mortgagee At 8 o'clock on the Evenings of February 2 1st, 22d (Washington's Birthday), 23d and 24th In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street ADMISSION HV C'Altl). I.I.MITKI) TO Till'. ('APAI ITV (II Till: ItOO.M. MAY UK HAH KltKK OK Till: MANAIIKIIK, .Prnfuvlj- Illustrated tin la ctlonue. limited to live handled anil llftv rnple. with ilevHiilliitu Mid Mtrll-utluti nf the early Ktiit'l-h mid uld nm.ler., nnd Inlrnttiirtnry tinte ti)- Wllllntn Hubert. rt rritle tif the London Time" nnd .inllior of neveriil iiithnrlutlvc -rt puhlleillon. and description nf the modern ilitnre by William A. t'oftln. N A , -Mil l- Mipplltil at (lie dollars each .ALSO. In the Book and Print Department XVII Century Prints, Rare First Editions Handsomely Bound Sets of Esteemed Authors THE PRINTS to be sold February 18th at 8:30 P. M. THE BOOKS at 8:15 P. M Feb. 16th and 17th, and at 3 P. M. on Feb. 17th and Feb. 18th 4 The Sale Mill he conducted hi Mil. THOMAS F KlltltV lid III- .llanl. Air. Olio llrrnrt, of AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers Mndl.on fq. Smith, Fill lame tl I), -.Mil Nlreel, Vnrk. NEW YORK ARTISTS WINNERS. Tno TmUr Prlfru In Ihr rtumrctl- vat .rdrni- t'ompplHlon. llAn-rronti, fonn . l-'eb. 11 rrlr.ev In the sixth ntuiURl exhibition of the Con- nertlrut Ac-idem of l-'lne Arlf. which opens to the imullc .Monday, wero awarded to-day by the aiMdcm i-ouiicil MS folInwH : William It. Derrick of New York, the academy prt'e of JI00 for bis- plctun "ilolljliocks"; Jciin Nuttlnc OIIer of ISuilon, the Iliiil.ion prize of JJ3 for lier Iilcture "IIen". liuy t'. WIrbImh of New York, the Ilunh.un prUc of t-' for ar tists under J jcara old. for li.n painting "A lllow From the NorllnMst." Jane Peterson of New York. Robert I I.tiKiiti of Hartford. Adelaide Hemlnc of I.ltrlifleld, Mrs. l-'raiioea Hiidsnn StorM of Hartford. Harold IJoiikIhk or Farm lncton and .liiinis- i ireenwood of Woices-tt-r received lmtiorable inentloii. CABINETRY SALE INTERESTS. I.nrarr I'rontl nt rt Aarllon In Mlt linllrrli'. I)-i)ite the uiu'lier a row I em, l.trcer t'.an bid turned out on Thur-div was piesent .vesterda a! Silo's I'lftli Avenue Att iliilleru-s m the i-Uii lluiM Iiik, :36 I'lftli avenue, for the second session of th auction sale of the un usually line coiieciinii oi iMuii r ) art olijecis nrniicill iroin iicikiuui u Mr. Silo, toitethcr with some Items of rare beauty aseemble.l from New York estates now In Ien.il closure. .UIIi'iiK lu in,,,-, .,,'" -'t day were M.O paid by Mrs. Mui'bani, of Dttrolt for a Louis Selzi- suite, $10. paid by F. It. Harr s for a lino out Adam cabinet and MOT paid b Mrs. I". C. (ireen for an old Chippendale mnhoirany hlRhboy. The total for the day wiih $6,nTI. The last session of tlu- sale will commence this afternoon at ' in i o'clock - o,1(,lK- NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. . ,, , ,, Ml r.ndninn Uonaniiiker will bii o a natu e thi" evenitiR at hr home :r Tuxedo . !,..,. x-.. ,. I ., , .iis ..in,,,,.- ......... .. A Mutiny villi!.? w .1 :u o H-ieption n th music ,n tne t oionv i mi on l-'ebruny IT. when Mine, ila: i .ento Will SllIK Many f i mil Ni-w Yc-.U will atler.d the weililim: of Miss P.uili I'alt mini and C.raham I'el'.owrs Thonipfon, xvliich will he celebrated to-day In Holy Trlnliv Chiitih. Mlddlctown. Conn. A teceptlou and tea b.v the boaul of iumiai;rrs of tlm Houe of the Holv Comforter will be civen at the Colonv Club on tlm afternoon of l-'ebruiry "v. when Joseph II. Choate and Mi l!ii--se llibbs will speak Aniouc tliote in lerestetl lire Mis. Ilenr.v W. Milliroe, Mrs. llenj.inun Hrevisler. Mrs Coriif il C Ciiler, Mrs Inmes I. liar. :.i. Mrs. Henrv M. Tilford, Mrs. l-'p-derlrk I'e.tr son, Mis William H. Ite.ul. Mr fhnrle 11 Ilitldwln and Mis. Whlteiaw lleid. lilt, lirlftln lo Weil " Ifiimif. Vli'Ointe Cleorce Mai.e de Maudlt d" Keverlu, ear old, nf Paris, a mem ber of Lie Aero Club of l'lain" and tin- son nf Ctiniti- H ile Maudlt HilHUfs, and M'Ss li isi-ii:.i Mdeii Urilfiii. also daiiKlitcr of the I.ile Hi-.-Cit-ii. I 1 1 Ktne (irlffln. I'- S obtained a mar rluue license vislenl.iv afternoon. Miss iiriffln was atcompai.:' d bv her inollier, Mrs Almlia liussel Hancock nrifOn. The coiipli) wil' lv iiMirieil mi March T at Mi', i "Iff In s home .'Oil Madison me. nuc. Vila I. llllBfliaK'ln " . Mr- .la.. hi Kl'iiRCI.'-teiit of lej fT.- Scv-.llllV-lllllt" Ml eft IIIIIHIIIUi f.s lie- en-ifak-euienl ni' her ilailKhler, drill nth, to I'tpia-il St.mle. Mil'n' A lecf plum w .11 he i eld al Mi's Kllns'n-tein's home on J'ehi'iiui .- '' I'rtif. Meti-hiiiunn "in tit u -niter. ,i, I il'i.V Vl'V'lfl' lo Till " P. 1,1-. I'"" 11.- Prof Ull" Metclll ,-lnTsco--.il.tion is sreatlv imprnied. The f.iir.iu savant of the p.i'.ti-ui' lnt'.tiit. Is (olis.deinl to be . ill of d.iliRer iii'lil In "uiillifrii Wnti'ia, MixMi. I'la . V-U II - Tl'- k",-i -.lclu One.d.i, Ctinitiiiiilnre II II-tie il'.ct. from K".v XVpst- i''"' ,!'" !'"':" Ctilllet. W, II l.-IURi-.v. lli'iii is. nave arrive.. Tlm suam n ut Alo v r ne. 1 1 i i ii,ii.i-i.. i . - Cuba. In .Nett "i rU 'I'ii-iIiij . p., -pin i.i uliliiuil. Co'ii'ii'i' J I'n.iM. i t ' . -1 'Il IV i 111-1' I III "f ... tllHV fit Dl.lt'l ' - 1 tl ' lia.iv I'i pirk M. iirt.i , 'i " V"""'1 A- o ;.iil..ii. il.n- ,,1 llu-l M.H.V. ' I' -l 1 ',1 e i I'i'-' 'I'li'ier nf I Mi' llepuli r ill ft... vv . .n ii i 1" 11. i,lu,aitr4 i I " ni"' ' B ll-i:l ,,..n I'I V VI . ' ' l.ln i II ' i. "1 nieellnii I'1 La WOUI'll' lll'lll,!'-' nlrlhday luiuheoiv .-I ,1 1,1 I II I "ft. l.liiealn ' M ill llllllll' I. 1 rouper t I'tnn Mun-u X ai UHun nwei. Ini lo f br.ui' P' er Cu'ip.ra hlrthdar, r"oepr t "Ion. I P M, MUSEUM TO SHOW FILMS. Three Ktlillilllon-i to He iilren to I llronLlyn To-tlnj, In cnii.eitirnce tif ie mrrll'iw of at ( tenilmicn ;tt tlm Siu-d it'i nintum pictures Inst S.itutdiiy iifteniion the llrtxikh-n .lu-euni :n Rle three pt-p.ir.-ilej exhl bltlotrt of tlie 111 till toil.i Tin, home of these evlilbitions will bo li:30 A. -M.. a I'. .M. anil 1 I'. M The Hubjeits will be "Winter Trnffli: In tlie Harbor of StiiL-Mitilni," "On the .hnrH tif Luke As-undcii," "I.aKes nt ,iJnii," "With Snedisli fllrl Scouts." "Winter Sport in fir. vicinity of Stiickholm," "The Ind.-i Itivrr'' and "Su.-dNIi l.npliindiTo m Their Cn ttlinro " .Mrs. riBRler Tnl.r Tumi lliinaa. Mrs. Henry l-'lacler ha." taken the dwi'llliiK at II L'.iM Sixty .llrst street for a loin; term of je.us fioni John T. Pratt, who Is luilldliiK a new honw ad Joltilin:. Mis, I'laeler will not Ret poe session of the house tinti! next f,,. .she leased the bouse thiouBli Worthlnirlon Whltehousf and Harris VatiKhiin. Mr. .In Tiil.i Ni-iorl (olIiiBe. Me HIols A KltlriilKe have renttil for the Missi-s .Marvin Iheir t-ottaci- ill lieach stlt-et. tinner of Sunnvsiili' p .ire. New port, It I., to Mis. William .lay f vew Vt.l k for the season f lfils'. I ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS uix.io, , w-.,t ., ., ,. ".fi"-. 1 jyvrin. uhlo. II hhrrt Merthe, , cisrjdso lu, I. r. L.nR-h.r. yulncy. Max i I. M,r-.li-. t-.-vt-aiiU. Mr. ant. Mr. W HniKe-t. Tnrun: . ii. tli.itii --.Mr. nn.l mi o.i -r w Mink, 1 '0,u"'-,.l:- ," '"'r- 11 lluir.i i. T C , "'' Mali lattnti-Mr ,,n.l.. VV u l.nb.in. ' PiUKhkeepale. Mr an. I XI r - H W liiirnstt .llojiDii. Mr. and Mr. T. 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