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THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1916.
JUNIUS S. MORGAN .STEVENSON S STORY PRINTS TO BE SOLD TOLD IN LETTERS I i. m iiiirs mill ItooUs oil I I II I i nir Collodion lto trills JAMES O'NEILL WILL RETURN 1 JNO. T. TROWBRIDGE' TO STAGE IN 2 MINUTE PART match AUTHOR niRR ji li llic Aliii'l ifiili rl (iciiittoii. iiakiit.aim: in list With Aittlior's ltovhooil Will lie Sold. Veteran Star Insists Upon Helping Out His Young Friend Brandon Tynan, Who Has a New Play Gossip of the Stage. VAM'K IN CATAI.OfU'K TOO 111 of the Aim tn nil - low ln III cnlljunc i.hitMn nf Ihi' Lambert tM4; an impmtant M.ul 1'iiRr.ivltiKH and ., , ...elllhl Of l.lll! llOollS. nui'li uro now owned b ! Vl lll'IIIH'1'. 11 till ITt once, n .i' i he Junius S. Miirwitn t i ' i lo nlo. t llllerestllls, spool- lltl Of tllO lll.ISl.rs Of . i if th. mi in the ureal Hubert 1" To- . olli.t.on of niltOKrapli letters of Uolii'rt Louis Sievctmon now on view in the Anderson Ciallerlrs preparatory to mi nurtloti sale lifKlnnlnt; February I8 H ltitcrestln cr the still numerous lenders of the works of the novelist and lwt The li'ttom urn tho property of Mrt. Salisbury Field, who Inherited them from licr mother, the late Mrs. It. I., sevenson. They l.eKln with the, earliest baby scrawls of his childhood nnd progress to the times when Stevenson tllscussfd with his father plans lor wrltltiK a hook thnt would be .1 sort of spiritual iiiiuio-.. who Is tcproscntod i Kiilde, for youtiR men: the sort of . i: ..cries of llfty-tlio por- J bonk, he says, that bo wiohed soma one pir.it shanntrrs of one j had pined with him In his youth. , Mtit periods of Trench , One of thn earliest manuscripts Is In mi It these prints, and I Stevenson's ntother's hand ami has the , . .. i ..a.. II. ... I... ..II- i. .. , . . t 'i.'i ii in tin' iivm.-ii.ii , .,.-,, im ii-ji , in-iii.ii ii ...i huuui one-mtnrtcr of an hour by Mr. f moutle. a headlitK that showi that the mother had exactly the rlsht nmount of hu mor mid tenucrners to bring up such a roll. I'rldr of Authorship In 11. J hood. All of the Incidents of Stevenson's school life nre touched upon In the lively. Intimate correspondence, with the family at home. In a letter to hi father he writes: "I have done some thliitr. I have made n grand step. ! have, appeared before the eies of the lid atinor, Wlllem I puulic as an i.titnor, probably referring ll.itnii le Tburii." rlerre ; io '" Krnnoioous .iiiiiNitinr, me nrsi i'tl o-ttttntd "llobert : "f iiunnrous maunzlncs that were a'rluti.t: IMellnek's rtnrt.d by the novelist. A copy of this t, i ik5ii.. Pleter Vail ii.asT.i.'iiie is .ui'iinii'i. in me i-iiiieeuoii .iioiuer genuine cry irom inc neari and augury of the many phvslc.il trou hies that were to beset Stevenson's llfp ! this: "My dear papa, you told me to tell aou whenever I wan miserable. 1 do nut feel well and I wlh to Kct home Pleas" take me with aou Stevenson at otic time hoped to enter a .lerntiin university, but his health be cani" so pn carious that he had t Rive up the plan, llo did, however, ro to w ii i sits or a humble i ii.i. tetlr.Ulon H cmally I a itlu.i dative. The art Is i- out moderns Know that no ,u eiir.tif likenesses, nf the etiKravlliK. of n . the. hlKhest point In -, Him are works by , a d .lean Morln, both of S, i.i ml k masters: Jacob of t'riderlek William. ' 'ir ' who Is so bewlitKed . t. , it down anil obscure st v of France," or "ii. Mini tie Minima" -. "I'liarlcs d'Atibes - are tn be Nild on e ..f books now on , m s of some of the i t rii-lili literature, rums that have his- r 'lam hi ell extra trnl-u.il fashion. Th HV mbtcd fmm the Frankfort, and the series of letters from there Is one of the most nmusitii; In the book. There are all sorts of .-.imparl sons of the French and ..ertimns tint make slcultlcant ri'.nllnc nt present, Thr des. rlptlons In them clearly show the ability that was later to become world famous. A Hundred .llimllnu lllld." There are refercin.es lo most of the well known books, In a note to his parents slirned "Trcesure Milan." he writes: "There has li.en offerid for Treasure Island how much do you sup po.e" 1 ldiei. It would be all excellent lest to keen the answer till my next litter, l'or two cents I would do so. Shall I" Anvw.iy I'll Hint the pane first. No well a hundred pounds. All alive, oh. A hundred JIiikIIiic. tltielbiK Kolden. minted mild " I'ainnus l.ersonaces ate referred to here and there, lie mentions John S, 1 lirbet t of London, . i"d other owner.' and . i ,ri !! I Sbakiepe ue are rep v lain. e. The "liottpps f , i. II turn of Vcrti i ill m enil letter and 1 i- b'lti to the Klnt; U i. k'tiKttam" !. the i ii,, I ha an Interest i nt n bile bookplate of inotiir the Sh.ike , nr lottrth folio, ..1 portrait by Hrees .... s ,lu hides eighteen ..1, in- tu intul by I'.ttth , i,itev Mo-ele.v, Ifll.", ' -i of "faradlse Iot." ' ' imoiis aivl sold by T. VikcI !n Kittle llrltain" ill the orivlitnl . i one ot tne -.ve Dickens proup the pink wrap -arL-etit. the toi tralt jaltitcr. "A charm . ... . ,iu .tasiiofi nor. Minnie, imiii. iiwii. -i ii iniik-lutik Then 'he has dillKhted us. It appears that .,,,1 ..nitons of -he i:i:nlsti)!ie talks all the time about Tress t,. ot the I'i.-kwk'k ftre Island . be would do better to attend lliinmhrei s Cbvk" tn the Itiitierlal affairs of l.nulanil. ,i-t ,nd a comtilfte set j There I one letter actually addressed i-. stories" In their r d i e- " oliimcH are Shelley's ivth the pfiet's own " .. ).. in . Mvion s tlrs' t'.vi "M.'iik. r of n . I.Hini of the t!rt tmb M 'e, nnd ti't edl'.'ons e.- ri ot TiehJIns, Hold- I a ..(-ti. Terrivson. Swjn- r 1 W'i't' mi Mort s's j to ti!ailioni tor wnom Mevensoo ii.m an aversion, and which probably never was sent. It was slstied " i our fellow criminal In the eves of iJod " The ..italocue of this collection Is a' volume of .lidded value to students of , this w rlter When llr.imhm Tn.ni oicn. his en- casement In "The Melody of Youth" at the, 1'ulton Thentro on Wednesday nlfiht ho will have tho assistance In an iltilm- portnnt part of no lewi distinguished nn actor than James O'Neill. Mr. O'Neill, who has been a cloe friend and admirer of Mr. Tynan for some years, wrote to UeorKn Tyler anil Jamm K. Ilnrkctt say ItiK that he would like to have an oppor tunity to appear In the new play which Mr. Tynan lias written and of which he Is tho star. Mm to the, repret of both the inanaKers of the plect there was no part for the veteran. Mtit this letter was tectlved the other day by them from Mr O'Neill : "I've been iiolitB a littlt private In- vestlKJtlm; and I havo discovered that t there's a blind bcKKar In the second net of Tj nan's play. I Insist upon playing that part. I don't care Imw small It I. As ono of the older Keneratloti of players I I want to make a little offerltiK to ono of tho most pronilhlnB representatives of th younser Reiteration. Hcsldes, I've, always wanted to play an Irish part." So Mr. O Nclll, who has In en the most famous Miiiond cittfcs of the Atiurlcan ftaiie, will lie seen In "The Melody of loutti," ulthoURh he will be on tho stage, for only two minutes. Vencnililt' Writer Won Funic Despite Poverty nnd Lack of Opportunity. hurt, '15, litid "Jiihiiu),' b l.Jii O I'ye, '1G. ii. K. ChesliTtoti's "MukIb" will bo the fourth play on the pro-crumnie. A new comic opera. "The 1tn.nl to MHtidahiy," music by Cresto Vasella and book by W, II. Most, wilt open at the I'ark Theatre on Monday evening, 1I- runry 29. The Twelfth Night Club jfavo n mat' pee perfortnanco at the llclasco Thentre yesterday for tho benefit of Its building fund. Three short plays wern presented by well known professional. At the fourth matlnre of the Ameri can Academy of Dramatic Arts nt the Lyceum Theatre yesterday "The Inside fientleman," hv Kmlly Symonds, nnd "Thn Llttlo Shepherdess." by Andre III voire, were presented by the students of the, school. Mrnest Mali will make his first ap p.sirancn nt the Winter Harden to-tnor-low night with John Charles Thomas In ti repertoire, of songs. Another fea tttro of the entertainment will bo n. cop list for the most graceful model In the fashion chow. WAS I.OVEl) BY ALL ROYS Ituth St. rietils, after her triumphant two weeks lit the I'.ilaco Theatre, has started on the trail of the Mallet llusse. She will appear In the towns this or ganization visits, as the Interest aroused by these dancers Is always sufficient to extend to any that follow. And Miss St. Denis has so much that Is beautiful to i reveal that there can be no utiestlMi of ' her success. Thu most Impressive thing I itoKTiiv. V.di 12 JohnT. Trowbridge. ngtd 8. poet and author of boys' stories, died nt his home In Arlington this after noon of bronchitis, following an nttack of grip which Ihkuii three weeks ago. Mr. Trowbrblgo Is survived by a widow, two dnilghtera and a son. Ills Jack Hazard utorlc for hoys were legnrdtd by William IJeun llowells as the best of their kind ever written by an American. It Is sevenr.y-threu years since John Town' nd Trowbridge began to earn a livelihood with bio pen, nnd sixty-three years since his tlral book wun published. Although his popularity with this gen eration may havo diminished there re fw elderly persons who did not In their younper days eagerly devour everything iie wrote. Mr. Trowbridge whs tho surviving member of a literary circle that In the, third quarter of the lust century mndo Hoston tho huh of the world of Ameri can letters. Ho was liorn In New York Main of Mamwhnsets stock. Ills father, a farmer, llvnl with his wife and nine children, of whom John Townwnd was the elKhth, In a lo cabin eight miles from ltochester. The date of his birth was .September IS. 1 S27. The futuro poet lived the life of a farmer's son In poor circumstances. When "I-s I'ccheurs ,les Merles- was' V,r,"ll;i,j;,s- ,T" ' ' f Tho, t Mh,s '"" '''" ln thft fH"' ,Mv,, some ,ear.s for the s.ke of ;t niter K " spring and summer, nnd picking up what nlarglng the limited lepertnlte of Mm-. si'.'1e'""' ,r" o,i , ' u.a?h h.silin he .otild in the winter. Men of the daiKcru In her school travels with her mother. So the stage of tho Malaco was literally full with stage mothers during the engagement of the company. i Claire Nile. Klorelire Andrews. Loehlta revlv enlarging Calve it was lsisslble to get onl one luatuueiierformaiicpout of MUtt's woik. so coldlv was It veis'lveil by the publle So It has been decided no: to attempt a ..... i.,i ,.r .1 .... .I..- ..n I 11 i. ......... II..,.. l.jri.ar,il l.i.nimS Sarah Mernhardt, who Is now acting .'iombimi. i hj ......... ".. , , " In the Mngllsh music halls, has dropped nm' -voa rorm in, : L's Cathedrals In winch the public "' -Mi-s yenis at i ..,,.-,. if... .... i..,i.. i i.n ..i... u ii... accoinnameu di hit mo. ih i iii.i nil i pi. u line in. i- ...... .-in- i'....-. ,, ., . ..i .. i.i iv..i. ...i.ii u. ii,.1 "The dance cra7.e.' said .Mr ..a... L. ....... t,,,,- .ilii.l tin, Irtllil. of a tivn duillig its iietltm. The soldier ming oemre 11. i. iikhhih taught school for .1 wnne, aim in v 10 lie m.mageil ti achieve n wide, If h.mhaz.ir.1. education. Including rtunc knowledge of litin and Kronoh His first poem was printed i ltochester paper In IS 13 When a Chicago paper reprinted It young Trow bridge's ambition to earn his living by writing was fanned Into a dime .ooti ,.ft..i-u..ir,l lie sold a peom to i New said Mr Klngslcy. . Vfirl. ,,,nr. f,,r ft.r.O. About thh time In a tine rhapsody. "Is swerplng ecr- f..,!,,.,. ,111 He went west and ha previously ben an aetnr. and the whole plise consists of a long mm erudi tion lietwern the wouudi'il man and in Mngllsh captain. Moston .in another Jfariaid ytw ulav. wlilch Is in no wa connected wltn Is the last word ; tin more parlor dati' clng, hoofing must be In u state of na ture so far as that Is consistent with the laws of art and beauty.'' This sounds strangely like the same unthuslastlc fashion In which Mr King" Itai v.t id Cnlverslty other than that the ley it-eu to grow rnapumicai over . '. author is a student of i'rof Maker's Sawyer ami me ouier onesu iipei- u. mv elas.-es In playmakltig at llurviird. The past nrlle w ."i00. given by John r.uc who gvts the pieis. for the Castle Siiuiro Tlnati-c T.-.ere was acted under tliesa conditions "Itidleve .Me, Nuntippc" and ('oninioii C!av " The new- piece is by i-harlotte Chona.nnliic and is called Alia Nazlmnia has retired from the company which Is to act Strlndberg'K "Master'' nt the Stage Society's per formance In the f.alcty Theatre next Sunday. Her place will be taken by Metwcen the Lltes " Its sc. ncs arc laid . Kathlcne MnclVniell, wlileli ougnt to ne ill the Witt much U-tter for the general etTecl ot tne in .iv. evtn II wine. .azuiiov. s The C.ilunib.n CtuveiMl.i Iliaimt AsMiciatlon will piesetit tour one a. t plavs at the I'az.i Mote', nn March lfi.'li and is Three of tho plays were written by the students and -elected from tifty submitti d In the annuil con test if the Hso-;aticii. They arc "Mrlelly lVtninlpt. b S. J Moid, '1. "Le Jour dc C.ioltr by Winified Hui- MISS ISABEL PARKER BRIDE OF R, B. SEMLER trlcltle arc missing Mine. Nazimovas tetlrement was due to th discovery of a play which she thought would he sultid to her requlrenients ns an actress and slie may be seun In It this spring Kdward Sheldon has written a p'av for llolbtook Milan's new theatre and It will be seen at the opening of this playhouse. Howell, Jr. William I. Campl-dl. State ley H. Mddy. W. J. Hosr.ult, Mr.c King and M Kuril llrundagc. A leceptlon fid lowed at the home of the bride's parent; In Lawrence Mark. p it ons EXHIBITION OF Old Japanese Color Prints Hokusai and His Pupils Remarkable Prints ! I '1. 1 .MHl s i kiyo-E Artists M " ii I' M "IWING TOMORROW Yamanaka Galleries -a' Fii'li Avenue, noie 2Slh St. MR. ZIMAN'S RECITAL. I 1 in 1 -1 'slums III I'liniillnr llrlll liun" f "t? le. Mi. h.i i:iii-,.in gav.. u third violin reel t .1 i eicrda .if ti moon in Carnegie Hall. Hts' programme Included two cimrertt. S'lirdlm . In M miliar nnd i'aganlnrs In I) Major; .loichnn's tleine and variations . Mob's "Mtilde Melodltpie." with pl.uio a.".initanlm.nt written b Mi. Milium, and several other plei i'. all of llghtir em Tile cpialit. of Mi. Mlm.uis jila ing Te o r.iinihar I ere that there 's 1 ttie. if n.ything. new wlm-h cfaild be said of bin vrfotm.mce esterda. It igaln displayed, and generally to best advantage, the beauty of hi slnslng tone, the sweeping brilllaiKu of his style and the polished finespe in the finer le alls of bin art After his delivery of in., x.-irilini .omnositlon Mr. Klmnn re- .itced seveial lecalls. though the favor .h.oii. ins work done in the Mag-.uilnl , onreito was in part 111 timed. a the per formance was twice interrupteii pv up plall.-c i YESTERDAY AT THE OPERA. I Many Miimi'mhi ilinir f 'iniMiMr' Maiiiih ler in New Haven. eatlie to New York city to try nis nies unli the niihltshers He hid s hard time selling Ids poetry, but managed tn get a bare l'.vcllhooii out or prose, Fru-.hi- must of It to llnlili n'i tlnllur ,Uo;;.. '.lite, so called because Itc subscription pine was l a year "It earned u still further claim to He title." wrote Mr Trowbridge, "b paying ii. uHli.r It ii nngc." t..it..r he went lo Mo-ton, whre he ti,.. oiiniirtiiiiitlcs better for an ns i.iriior miilior This was In ISIS. The Huston weeklies were willing to accept at a low rate almost everything be wrote Me Incline editorially cotineeteu with several magnzlnes of the day. and ,i, t-, 1 his Hist tiook, "rather lirlgtii hopes," was published. "Martin Merrl vale," his tlrst long novel, was published ii vent Intir. lull It was too puiiin anon of Ids nntl-slavery novel, "Neighbor J.u-kwonil," that gave him his plnre In the front rank of contemporary Ameri can authors. In "' be became one of the tint contributors to the .tfonfic .1otifJiItf and was the last survivor of the famous group of contributors to te first number, whlrli Included lowell, Longfellow. Mnierson, Motley. Holm--and Mrs. Stow. Muring the course of the civil war he wrote three uur stories, of which "Cudjo' Cave" achieved the greatest renow ii. In i s fi lie began that phae of his Mi-rrcls ( roixlej. (career which made lilm most popular as , , ,, , .. , ed b.r of Our 1 oimi talks, which tasteu , ... I M" ":rl'"" i"s. o""' V.'"', ' from !. t" is. when it was. simbln.d AtlCllll ed-,d..iKhler..f Mr and lrs. Charle. il.oti , m ' s.,huU, ,.,.. the tlist "jack I 1 rice, was n, irrnsi io r renerics 1 1. .... 111i.o...a llrre ' i!-o .ippi.md 'Marius (ireeii and His ' ';in' Machine." which few youths of i unit day could rot recite, and which Iw.u pra.tlcallv alwavs on the pro ' gramme of school and Sunday school To-morrow and During the Week At The American Art Galleries MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK ON FREE VIEW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. SPECIAL EVENING VIEW THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK FROM 8 UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK The Famous Catholina Lambert Collection Valuable Paintings By the Great Masters Of the Old and Modern Schools And Important Sculptures Removed from Castle Belle Vista, Paterson, N. J. AND TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE By order of the Pnlerson Safe Deposit and Truit Company of Paterion, New Jersey, Trustee and Mortgagee At 8 o'clock on the Evenings of February 21st, 22d .Washington's Birthday), 23cJ and 24th In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street AHMIS.MON n '".MID 1.IMITKD IO TIIF CAPAI'ITV or MIF. HOO.M APMia. iv. i nt( E ,rlu. MANA0KIlS) rroluwly ItliiMrstirt dc lute (a'ulne. Ihnlte.1 to flvr hundrcl ml fifty ioDlr" with drscrtptloni sod nltrtlnitli.il'. ef the early Knull-h n,l old nui'm. .n l .iitrodnrlnry note hv WIIIIjih HiiN rt. rt critic or the London Time, and uthor o' ,rvrrl mithorttitlve rt Inihllr.itlonr and deerlptl..ns of the moiLrn plrtur". he WlllmmA (effln. N A will hi vipt.li.d n' lUc dolliM each ALSO 1 1 I In The Book and Print Department XVII Century Prints, Rare First Editions, Handsomely Bound Sets of Esteemed Authors THE PRINTS lo 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. 18lh The Sale, will be conducted by MR. THOMAS E. KIRBV. a.i.tel by Mr. Otto Bernet of The American Art Association, Managers Madison Square South, Entrance 6 East Twenty-third St., New York .... 'lie entered the linn of M A. .irr K CANCER N FAMILY X'utm VnilVUll 111 iI,IU,U ,,n....e,l the Ne orU "I '. of tuo C oniiMiiv Fever.il ve.irs While livlllR 111 I'iih.-.-iIc .Mr. I'arr iii- nieiiihcr of the Ibiurd of evamliicn of the puhllc m hooN and of the Hoiird of l'.diliMtlon, lie BUrViVed ll.V lilt" Widow .IIHI Mill lir. F. C. Wood Says Scientists . DR. J. W. R. DEDEKLND. r0 Still ill Plirk ll ( lrl liermnu Vlnilemllcln III" ( HUSO'! Of Uihi'Hi-l' hi uc nf l :i London, 1-Vli. IU' Hi Merrrls of Hartford ye-.terd.iy after. Mii.o In the Inline nt her i.irent. IIS (S.lifleld pl.iee. ltiooklMi The Hi v Dr W.ltFlill I'llllllpx of New llnve., per formed the rere'uotn There wen , no uttetidants The hrlde. who l n G0Upil&Co Paris n 1 r i o s oi Crayon Portraits nn inn v n Dorothy McNamee ; llnriiillo lleurd Ht Mnlliiff ami U'limier nl Mullt. ' The uMouuiv two lii lfullllllllie." tool; !',,, tin .Metll.i.)llt.ll1 open llouio 1 ... - ,. ,.... tln'u ,1eti111V III "l" aiieiiiiMn i,.,..n. ITitue I,tor'' Wat. Mine heforn ml ml dietn'c of r.ur .i,c Tile piwent.illiui of ih., n,ru l.rouL-ht to tiotlfo the fiiitim. ..t....i.iv .li.ciihed. Tile hallct, as usii.il, nr.iUM-d the Kre.iten i tithiisl.mtii, vclu. h iy lv no me uis Ktnur-'e. iC.ium It Ii tl.e inint !vld iic.l Itiiiiin." Incident in tho Ul'nlC Olll'lll in the eei IK the:.. i very i ;.URn .lud.et.ee to hear "imt.ni unn JliMilde" Thin indicateil tlmt no Ptresa ,Uv laid by the I.e.'itL't- on the fact Unit it was .1 holld.i). It was merely nn oi Ipoitunlty t enjoy an important iiuikIc I drama with a 1,'ood cast at leduosl i irlcw. The f.nuiTW weie tho"!! Iie.itd in ihc laM previous pi rfurinan' n of ' "Trunin nnd I.olle " 58 V. 45th St. Il M.'lli .V Lilt ll 1I S,.w IIvms. Keh II -In te Pie-encr of ii larite rmiiil" r ..f Kiiest. it.. ludtiiB m.inv intiKlciaiiH f " N' W York and Hoston. I"''"'! IMrktr. dauKhter nf Ilnratm W. I'arker. .mnpoM-r and dean if the Yale M'hoot of itiuMC w:i niarrn d this nfterni.n to lt.ilnh HorKfeldt Sem ler on of Mr and Mrx Ucrne .s.mier nf New ork The riremoiiy look place in I'lirlM I'lotevtant Kpifcop'il I'hunli. ttie Itev .111.1111 U.'hotn ll.lkef. lector. f 111 latinc . Til- hrule wa attended hy her M-ter. Mrs K Howard Matthai of lliiltimoie. as matron of h"tmr. while another H-ter, m.. ,- t-nrlier. vvni maid of honor. n-l... l.rl,l,sin..lllfi III. luded Mo-.s Ilorlsi evin of New York, d umhler of the -itc r.thelh. rt X-vm: MIm i'.tlirnn lllclmrds of 'level.inil. Jlw W",:Tt Strol.el of I'hllailelph a. Mls lflll!ht . ..... t li.ivti.ii. Ohio. .MIph .limit I'll'np uri'l M'-"- ",1,u 'r"t t,f "n.'t'hcrt. S.inlii a broth' r of -he btale rtoom. w.i.s be l man The usher-, who lin ltided several claxi-matc- of the hild". uroiini at Yiil", were lMnaid llfiiiiim'way ,,f New Haven, Harnett Newberry of Ditiuit. liow.u. I Matthut of Halt imore, firter I'h' lps of New York. Mortimer -Vabiiiv of I'amhlidite. Mans . .lames Howard, .1 'I '!"d I..' wren, ii Milil-s of .New York. HAY TAYLOR. painter of mlnlaturef. was the widow of Will llowirs i Ton Icy of Svr.ic who died lees than a e.ir after his tn.tr rliiKi in the Hprlnif of P.HJ .Mr Mer relH was graduated from Yale In I'.mhi He and Mrs Merrcls will pa.s a month In Florida and then will make home In Hartford ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. enti.rt.ilntiienti Ills ytotlrs for boB weie not of llic .Sunday Mlmol tMic. nor were they of a t.rm..itioniil cliarncter. His heroes were hard workinc boyc. and their adventurep were always within r-'.ihon. Another poim which achieved their ureal t.une vv.ik "We Are Two Iraxel. i hrs. Itocer and I. ItuKcr'w My I'oi: " ! .line the termtn.itloti of !u connec tion with inr Voiaia roUs Mr Trow tirldKe broiniht out more than a score ! of luk, and In 1903 ptihllliM Ills nutn. Th' enirait'iiient has been innmini cd i bioirraphy. Its 'oiiclunlon summed up of Ml Honnlo Saponas. d.uwliter of Mrs. tiisirce A SHmrtiii. of it?". Park avenue, to I'rcdrrlck 1' AleMiiulrc. son of the lute .1. Henr Alexandre of this .in. Mies Niportah las not been formally introduced to sociei) She is a urandil.iiiKhter of the late M.vtln It Ilrnwii. who for many ear.s was the public print) r of this c!t, and he Is a tncci. of the Harmics .le Ward, imi nf Pails Mr .leandie s a htother of tin-MIkm-k Virginia aiul Mary Alc,niilre, with whom he m. i low his home at .11 lixsd Kot'ty-nlllth Ktn't No date ,a l.fn s-t lor the wedillnc. hut it mil tnl.M place ptobably In tliu aiituin'i fairly his evperlence of life. In part it says : Itkhes 1 lave not souun.. ar.d never fnilnd. And fain.! has passed me w'tn avrricd eye . In n.eks and luys tn cpuct ious Is IhiuiiiI While the cre.it world without rops sutnltu; hi. Scieliusts are ntlll whohy In IIM dsrH IIKIlt.l V. vviihi.i. I! Ivird lii dekltid, the inair- ' miiticlan, died at llrutiswi. u to-d r He I was. vi years old. j V.1 . as to tho caur' of cancer ar.a - ,s.- 3r. restricted ln thlt ' IT. le.letinil wa burn n llratli nason the are rctric.ea in (li).f)t flrin warch for Us cure from the I'tihcr-lty of ) lix tiuiKcn That CUP FOR RODMAN WANAMAKER llm-liesler Arlington Galleries V 1 ill. 'iion of Keclnt Paintings j Glenn Newell Robert H Nisbct Arthur J. E. Powell mi it Hih inlhrVIU ' 2? 1 MADISON AVENUE ti Ne irk . l PAINTINGS in l'ISSARRO 1 .tinuiriK to Fob. 19 Du rand-Rue 1 U East 57th Street NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD M.irtm .1. KiohIi 1" passltm some tlmo i-i AiiKiista, 'la, accoinpaiiied by Mar I tin Weoiih. ,Ir Mr-. Ilium Salomon win rivb a ilaiice at li.T home. 105H l-'ifth avenue, on I'llii'iiary '-' III. and Mr-. Piestotl Satterw bile have Itniiu to WashliiKton to visit Mr and Mr-. Hdson llrinllcy. Th" (ii oiKia rio.'lety of tills city will bold Its second d.iniu mid leceptlon of this season at 1 liilinonko'H on Friday " I'niU-r th" p.ition.iRe of Mrs !'. Mc Ni II llacon. Mm- rf, I'artou I'Vench. Mrs. New-bold I.u Hoy lMKar, Mrs. Ilurko Hocbc, Mrs. Victor Sorchmi. Mrs. Paul i. (Tavath and Mrs. M. Pwlght r'nlllcr. Hrnesl I'ei'lln. dlli'Ctor of "I.o Theatre, do Salon. ' will Klvc two dwindles In l'rencli on tho aftenioon of Kehruary 1.1 at Iho Cosmopolitan "luli. Ho will hit (insisted by Yvoini" "iarrlcl; nnd Andrea ll.irlette of Paris and .Mrr linhert Idn of New York will hIiir A conceit will h Klvcn under tho litlspliea of the ltalo-Aliierlcati He lief Conimlttc" on th" tilKhl of l'ih ruary 7 In Ih" ballroom of thn HI It -more. AmonB thu artists will he Mmr. t nis.i viilnnl. Knrlco Caruso and Pas. iiiialo Amain of the Metropolitan Opera I HO I'Onceri will I'" Kleil lilrl V.il Son of V.irl. I'liinllj. i I!,,, i' i sti ii, F. b 1 1 Miss 1. ni.se an I'.tnnen T O lor. daiiKhtei of tho liev. In md M s William llivi rs Taylor, wis ni.irno.l t. Wellington Hurt llav, i s.in ol Mr. and Mrs l.oin C I I.u" of i New Yorlt illy, at ths Hriek Piest.vte- lan Church hsre to-day Hi- f.ith-r of tho bride and the H'i l.ivlmjston U. T.ivh.r of Can.inililk'u:i, N. Y otllci.it.d. .Miss Anne Ta.vlor, sUter ot tho lit Ids, yJh maid of honor, and John C.inipb.dl Towilseml 'd New York a. led as best Ttie ifliers w.rc lleotKe Htcvens, lMuanl Stevens, Leonard Stanle, Vei .,'n.i lto.it!'. .Ii , Hus-cne ll.isch. .b.htl Parson . (icuIKe A WiMin, .If , all of New York: K"tin ird I'lulerwood of uhwn John Kwen, .Ii . of Chicago, ,'lamm Hililev W u.-on. ,lr W .1 H.imeyn Tailor and .Iikiis W T.ivlor of Hcwlieeler Inii'iln I ollillll Ills lineal lllrllidn; llliiner llonee. TfNKIs) I'akk. I'eli, U' -Mr. and Mrs llndnian Wuiiamaker ejitert.iined Tuvedn No withi-rlim ''tn of anolhet s lo,. Nor nlKhtmare of . untcntion. plauN my test . l'or me alike what is and' what Is pot. Until wlmt I have, nnd what 1 link, are best. I keen some portion of tin carle dreim . Mroketilv brisht. like moonbeams 'in a t iver. nt It l.irhls mv lif". a fai e'tuive Klchi i .. lis i Ptatemcnt : m"' " ""I ivr.n..is Carter Wood, director or mc Croe'Ker cancrr research laboratories at , Columbia rnlvcrslty. In tho course of l.cture nt the unlccr'ltv vestrrdav ternoon. j I-urtrermnrc. I W..l d.d nn- a t- I v,.e nBal..st marrying Into ?-"' 1,1 Khlch c.uiier is known to exist )r wI!o,l int.oduccd his subject .!! characterUatlon of '""f", " the crudest rors o ,hr Its tol o. ni.inii.i.. - ,,.,.! weak as w-ll as Hi- stror.K and up m ihose m the prime of life rather Hun Intants He continued : ...,.,,,., While llttlo progress has been n art. , of Uto bv th" study of cancer In map. ?i.,Uint;oductlon of I Ill niumai- ,7- ,ri, f.(lh the 1.".L' lie v.is ii professor In the l'.'l- technliiue School at Zurich and in other Institution wrn'e a numb' i" bonks nn m.itlieniatlc-. Vlrs. I nrnellll II. I.e Ieie. Mrs I'urtml.i Hasbro jcK l.t I'd i widow nf the Kev .lames ! IV vre and -.lnthcr of Dr. Hsben l.e fevre. jnnf.sior n the medical dcpinment of New or . t'nivcrstn. died jcstirday n her !iom. C. 'lilt streit. Somerv die. N J . ' her 'iKhty-slxth enr. r. MAI! Kl HP. nloiiisl.s at a dinner daiue ,u their Tuxedo v'lla to-ill-lit The ilan. was Klveti for Ml Wanainaker as a su-p. ise , on ins britldti lovlm, up w.isi jius.nli'd to hini. ; Amont; thosi ire ei.: wrie Mrs 1 .01 il - I iiid Spin'!, r. I' A .luilllard, Mr. nnd M'f Will.ani lliU. .It. A S Dab ney, Mr nnd Mrs. Ilradlsh Johnsnn. C. U. Meyer, William Hate, H. I. Hurrlll. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Wats. in, Henry Hooker, Paul lr.iMr. Mies Ituth lir.iper, W. 1,.:.. (Iwynnc, C 1. l"rotlilni;li.ilii, .Ir, J. C lAir.1. Mi. and Mis .1 II. Sievci.s, Mr. and Mrs. I'. T l'rilmi; lilliH.'ii, l.loiil U.irrin. Hiuiiilton J'l .Ir. Cairoll l.nril, John Wiiii.itnal.ei, Jr, .loliii .MuntiX' Jo' n Hliiott. I li'i i i n n Tuner, l-'ied ' 'niter, Sp.iier Miller. Mr anil Mts M W. Kelloic. lieniKi. He. i ; in) ti .-. .Mr, and Mrs. c. c. Aii.tuu. h.sx, Mis. i: It Ade.i ami Miss Ailee .vestlKatlon and prod... l iiwrt- t in the lt twenty year- than l pr.-ce.llnr centuries ,,. .i.nt.stt a badi y tliled t.-lh nr mrnt of tooth-m.i lirrlta.c i' or cum an.l Blv- i!'".'" . and lead- tn on ,,x, manv of the molss wiihs. y frenlietlt OH the SU'fl of the Hod . r-l fii" in V ' ' .,,,, .,, mvnic t'se - - . ranati e w nen m to a ennes-r. and the trnilct'.cj of pro MAJOR JAMESE NORMYLE. ,v. r .;-, Well Knnvrii rny Man nlr of . .,,(,, is-i-ars , uswi.. o. N Y, I'eb II Mijot ,l.imm f ".,,,,,1 at on. e on the ..ww an" i;, Norniylc omniandunt of Tort On-1 f ( ,illinp on atn poriion of the bod lar.o. il.e.l u.i.ieni.v ... m ,. iri'iirr.iHy nceepi.-. .. . " 11.1 II ,.l urvri ,..w..-. 1 1 -TVlR nn Matures' t' . 1'.', mill, at tfi UrP-k I'rmt.vtfr m 'liiir. h. Harh'stfr. v V t h 'm'ii- of Pis briJe. ul"tnl hy -help"-l.'.vli,;ti,n I. Ta.'lor ef i-annnda jr ii N V. l.oiii"" van ,Cinipii, 'ti"t liniFh- sr uf Wllllxm Kivsr Tavb.r. 1. H , a.' Itu. better, to WelMimtnn Hun llav. j an uf luutv '"unuit II.;. i:"i "t N ork. Mn-l, W 11 .-ItCMHY -ci'i irljv. Vt i , II. 1 i the h.vntr.- .if lir.'" rtw. a i Marcirst I. I'rosl.y to lvrti-,sn , ,"as m.iiiii,'aI m.,. t'ft '.! '' " It ' I HIS luves as 1 move forever WEI). Thursday nlnln II iniiro Is known to ! present the het 1 1 n ii Hum ii ii. VlSl'KNTOW'H. N J I'O. 1- Mnne HiliitliiKton It HiliitliiKton Marlin V. II GIRLS IN SHAKESPEARE FETE. I rn ls- liss , daughter of CI. nl"s as man led to-dav so Tr.ivt.s by tho P.ev W 1 1 1 - 'r.-a.-hers t oIIck." Mmleuis Plan llrllllnnt r.stl.iil, SI ikcspe.'ii'o trtccntenai t.sii for a caihtm.-le nnu i nursuay I mP,itn lur lUctlf ' i'i""'i" " "-' blood polsonliiR set it. Funeral ser- , rur! methods .Notlurij: e ntfers Vlc.H wero Held this moilllIlK The body Hnm h,,pe of relief. Hull Hill Hll.l will be senl to AilliiBto i Nationul Ci'tce-j lh -ray. ab.iul whlth H "'' ' : ri- n.h . "v:;, I?.',"a oi Inoperiib'..- rum-nt ladlum a' d N-a ,r uf i', ut io s vaiiiB .n pro'ot.r'. k the ! fe o' V I.""" ' ' r''' "v'' " ,, n Of ll.e intsrtl.ll p-medic, ni inn.ic of M'R 'll .lie l.elv ll.lvc.-l I fot e l.ure of cancer, none has lira ed ,.f t. sl.Khtest benefit' Mnjor .Nonmle .served in the armv for tent- i leu ears lie was born In Ml. Iilp.in f.irtv -tii.ie years aK nnd was graduated from West Point In 1S59. lie was promoted to a ...ptalti. y ll IS'.'!', in l'.tll. when Piesldent Taft Issiisil an onl..' to mobilize unnps on the Mexlcdii border, Capt. Normybi was placed In j (haii-'e of transportation lit- handled th" task so well that a jear later when the Mississippi Hlver overttowed and, . ,.. ..-,.,, uf White iil.uur 1. -l M '. It- fit t.' la I tn p-i ' t'i th ! DR. GEORGE D. KAHLO limb i)ir. i.i tn van del v tin- biotber-ln-l.uv. til imi Thn iniili. is a Kramld.'Hiuhter of Diul.'l lluutliiKioii. portrait .painter and ut one time president of the National eadcmy of ivslmi, Her mother '.u iieforc liiarrlatte Miss Mary Tenant Irv iHK She is .1 sister nf Mrs. I.lndsliy Tappm. Mrs Me.v.inil. r H llottwlck, Miss IMIIh llimtliis'ton and V. Iivlnit ilaiitliiKini ftcr tli. n honei ni.inii Mr. ,i,,i Wis Travis will letinu t'i N'eiv thousand- of people lost their homes io was pla. e.l m cliarne of the artny'H wink "r reli.f K .,Ll.iMifn SII.IN..S liniim; the lUMon tl.iod lie uitain ws , . nr ilmri-p 1. Kali." has In en planned l'or l-Vbruirv Is and nuiered to th frmil and took a lrnillptf ,.,..,,,!.' nf the local baths, died s'ld'ieitlv l.i al lllll i o n. . "in York io stre ' 11, .v 11 ltot- I '. .' it' 1 ' "ii. -h'. 1 ... .nni.i.i . in. pair ill me wnri. ni l.'liei. lie was ' t ..,1... .1,,.. .ti,., ..I ...i.M.i . . ... i nirin, iiii-i nn ".ui.ti u ,-aiii'i in, i in.i riiTii isier r i mi ei i.ui innei l oi IVhruary 11 to 1'-'. There will also , i:M(m and Confederate roidlers at bo u detnonstratlou of "lllizabethati i;(.t t v plmr,; on tlio lifticth aiinlvcrsm v of Hosiiltallty" next Friday and Saturday I t),at'striiRiile by the iJeparliiient of l-'oods nnd Cook.' ' cry In the Tildrir dlnltiK loom, will, h .Inlin I'ortrr, will no iiecoiai.'.i as an i.nzani'iu.in m.iiuir hall. The attendaiils will be In i iur 1 '. w-it'll . Conn.. V iln. instiiiiieii nf the nerind I Purler nf an Nest, The Tlie Shakespeare femlvnl illl he bei I with his w.fe. was visiting at tho home In tin. Thompson Kyninasluni The .s.-ene , of Mi's M Deacon here, died sud iw it 1 l,lriin Kl'lll M,s Kalha.-ilie Kent, daiiKhler "f Mr. and Mrs Willi nil W. Kent, was married to Cli.nles IS tileason jcster.lay after- Him Twen'v fnuall 1 ...ni i, ,., ,,nntri'Hlili. near Sttatfonl i denlv y.Merday of heart disease at the time of Shakespeare's tetlri men' ! w.ii .':i .ears old f.om Lonilon Sliakt'.speuiii intuit, .s .o tlie vllUiK.' Sludents and KraduatoH ar ARRIVALS AT TIIE HOTELS rayed 111 l.lizaii.'inaii i-.ismiiir- iiiiir jiiir, In hlu w'clcomii nml In various scenes. le.idlnir up lo the entrance of a band i ii- i.-iit.lo was born In Napoleon Oh o, tiftv years .mo. He wiu i;ra.lu,il. d Irom llcllevu- Hospital Medical Collecr. New , York, nnd lafr war dean of the ( cnlrali v College of Physicians and K'lrneons In-I .ii...,,.,,olln: nrisldcnt of tne Indiana io Hronv. ho, Id re, to- it French '-" IlillTtin Wlsti.r. .... .n ItA. I11 I'-' Ull.S W. V s Is.. .. irtired li- manto'i'i .ell r'tatc , ,. brad of one of PI. I.idelpl.,.1 h .... h'S fnmlllei.. dlfd lo-.lu,. He n,i "'H ' , Mr. WIMar M s,rvv.,l by i He k i i I. II H r'imltianv 111" iliori'ii w.n i, hi.n, ....... .' .'. f Hi Iti.llr. i. Am. V. ll Hie llev V l '.Wilson I lie ni iii.u inner , . .; - "" ,..,,,, ., , ,,. M s.. . Chailot'e i,'.,.im(, i.-i.icoino I'-.ira-Fiirnl. Mi and' lie ' i Mm i 'hat If- H Alexandet. Mr nml Mm iMoii'tex Aslor llrlsled, .Mr. un.l Mrs. nno i In Chri-t Cliiirch. Ilronsvllle, N I i f Htrolllin! players who etinct sc. ties I p-m ,t lis.r.i MeHriO". . w II i"niisi, II t ric t. llriiesto CI I'-iihbii, Mr. and Mrs. Otto II Kaliti and Mr and Mm. Archer M lluntlnstnn. t li'e . V. IV ' l.ni'.i e I. e MnH.r ' Hi.'.:. i,. i.n.l i.v.un S'en.i'i Janus I'c i, .ni"," I'n'ipei' Ji nt Co., p. eiati.wi N "t a-ted mi ben man. ami from "Twelfth Nlsht '1'he cdniatlona I cxlHI. ' iwli l, bide thoiv I1KH of Sims ".peliria i hooks 'ila tetlal i.da'liii: to Ids Kiice ,iiimI'i,"I..,s, llllrabethiiu oslinnes. film, turn and te- Ule dcslcns, poi tors and prints A series .i li,.... mm Wmtliii.ii Kent. ITantior Icctl res nnu reciiais nm oeen nr- M nati on, Cleland C. Hi f, .lohu T I r.tntfed too, pxtendlns throuirh the wrsk I' I i t, , i , Pi . . i' West', t . Mr ' VI out tr atl M ' s M.l'... Msr s. Iturhstr, At. iru Mrs ''.ilvtn VP W II VlUlllslll. t .. ir It il.t - Piu'it'is' W II I m in il All. IT I II ltnlu..is, Al' I' W Plun'll. Dr. tad Uib. C. W ! ' , ' Morris Wlsinr. arid i .laiicnter, M,s Vlora'io CirtlF Wool noth r' tn ininw t I mils H, ( nt .-. j; . . . I'.-, ' l.o s H ' i I , .I so i- Ke'ilc "t i, 1 iiniii" i V llllBton 11" was n. ol mc fn.i, .ici-s of the I tvtsr.an Clmrcit a' PaH.aii', N J. Aitcr i.nl.i.tlni. from Harvard In 111 A1 KIN.- i siilJ'My. t n. f.i ,i.s. Kroltoii Coutu fill tlfo.idiv. on I'rlJv. I'slinuri- '.!. 13H. T'iotr . AMl'y Atklm t, thn .iv,....i''li i or ot hl is runsrsl prl.'l's II A A 1'HI.A - VI r I3 ' t P. Hf ' thu n'Ni.iiAi. -iiriii-n Ci.stl'--'hi. . "''t i,-jlit..i ri-' ' o i .1. i l,U I'KA'IIS VI ."u-i.s" 'l.e SsturJsi. 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