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THE ' SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920.
14 AVnr field Not o He DUflnird Mme. Easton Wins in Miss Farrafs Role in 'Butterfly' Sings CJo-Cio-San for First Time nt Metropolitan Double Bill. MME. GARRISON IN " ST. LOUIS HOSPITAL Suffers Loss of Voice qn Con cert Tour. and sho claims to be a direct descendant of tho Ocorge Washington family. In alra by Hach, Handel and Pnrndles, and In a varied list of good songs sho dis closed a voice of high lyrlo nuallty, ssmo knowledge of stylo and a certain bird ljko charm. Hor art as a whole, how ever, was fragllo and seemed better suited to the ralon thnri' the concort hall.. Josef Hofmann Gives Encores at Farewell Recital Los Anoblbh, Starch IS. David War field, the actor who was run down yes terday by an nutomoblle truck. Buffered ,B hnM,,.. nr it. left ite and C. Ff. Doan Has $16,000 in Gems i Otters Jtcwunl for Return of Penvl Xccklncc and Other i Property. MISS CURTIS TO 'BE BRIDE OF MR. -JOSEPH LENTILHON superficial lacerations about the heart that will heal wiinoui scars, v nu- at tho hospital to-day. He Is rcstlne comfortably, according to his physician. Kt. Louis, SIo Mnrch 13. "Slme. Mabel .Garrison of the Metropolitan Opera Company, who lost her voice as J sho was about to give a concert liore Plays Works of Beliuinunn, Chopin nnd Four of His Own Compositions. yesterday, Is.dv better to. night. Sho Is in a local iholtal. Sho hid been filling engagements through tho Went In con cert. V. I I ; J ft il IB I Bpteiil to Tim HUN i,ni Niw Voiik Hnutn. Aikkn, S. C, March U.-Mr. Clur tneo W. Dolnn of Alkan and Hoiscmont, Pa., lias reported Hie Ioim of 116,000 worth of Jewelry from a nafe In I1L1 villa here.' II has offered RG0O for the re turn of tho geme. The stolen properly Included a ncarl nrclihice, peal I and tlla moniJ carrlnKS, a bowlcnot ln with dia mond settings and a diamond and ruby ' service pin. Mr. Dolan was with the V. M. C. A. In Krance durlnir the wnr. A life Insurance company of New York lias ngents hero Inveetlgatinir the rob bery, which occurreil at nlfiht. iSIr Charles Davidson of Montreal (fiivo a dinner party at tho Highland Park Tunaday evenlnir, and anions; tho k1"-'8'14 wore JIr. Devereux Knimet, Mr. Stan ford White, Mrs. Hyerson and Mr. Alex ander Gilbert. Mrs. Emmet entertained Mr, and Mis. John 11. Wrlht at dinner Wednesday night at thn Highland Park. Mrs. White u.ive a tea Wednesday after noon at tho Highland Park, her guests Including' Mrs. Charles llohlen, Mrs. Josef Hofmami and Mm. Deveicux Km met. Golfers on the Highland links Include lUsara, A. H. I.oyun of HoMon, Charles McCutchcon and Alexander Gilbert of Plalnfleld, N. J. Mrs. Mnry II. Roberts of Philadelphia has purchased the Martin Woodwnrd property on Voik street mid, will remodel it for n winter residence. Mr. H. H. Howe lins arrived and op'pned "I'nclo John's Cottage," on Hie Hitchcock place Tho balmy weather lias been enjoyed by tho Polo Club. Mr. Thomas llltth cock, Jr., has arrived from Harvard to enter the matches. Jinny noieo pnijora are here ami a law number of ponies. Mrs. P. W. Itoberta gave a luncheon nt Wlllcox's and among her guesu were Miss Eleanor Phelps, Mr. Ernest Thorn fun, Miss Alexis Dolan and Mr. Garrlclt Mallery. Entiles for the Southern Croia Clip match play on the Palmetto golf links lll close March II. Mr. William Walter Phelps won the Do'.an Cup there re cently. . ., Kritrlcs for the C. Oliver Isolln c,uv' uhich will be played for next Monday, already number forty. The' prize offered for women by Mrs. Robert 13. Straw bridgo is now being played for. Daughter Hum o Mrw. Hell. Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred 1). Hell of Rye. JJ. V. are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter last Friday at their homo. This Is their first child. Mrs. Hell was Miss Dorothy McAlpIn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo I.. Mc AlpIn of fl East Ninetieth street. Mnlue Women's Club IT Yenrs Old The Maine Women's Club, Mrs. Ada Hhorey president, celebrated Its seven teenth blitbilay by n tea held at the Pouch mansion, llrooklyn, yesterday. Mrs. Herman Vors was the hostess. Mrs. Tolman. the tlrsk president of the club, lighted the candles on the cake. Mrs. Uiuan G. Hawkins gave a Hint glass water bottle seventy years old to the club. This bottle was part of an ex hibit sent over by tho New England Flint Glass Company to tho World's Fair at the Crystal Palace, In London, In 1851. A member of Mrs. Hawkins's family was one of the committee, who took the exhibit over. Criterion Society to (life llnnce. The American CilterlorfSoclety, Mrs. Leonard U Hill president, will hold Its llfth dinner and dance of the season on next Friday in tho grand ballroom of the Hotel Plaza. The president will, as usual, entertain rarty of twelve guests, unil other hostesses will be Mnies. Georgu W. Hanna, Joseph Taterno, Marlon 'abrleskie, William J. Hloane and Sidney U. AVhltlock. About 200 your.g persons will attend the dance. Uncial TSote. Mrs. Garfield Learned of 36 Gramercy Park gave a luncheon yesterday for Mrs. Jessica Lozier Payne, Mrs. Florence Guerstln Tuttie, Mrs. Blanche Wngstaff, Mrs. George W. Alger, Mrs. Jasper Ilayne and Mrs. Edwin Shattuck, who afterward heard the Rev. Dr. William Morgan Guthrie on "Symbolism and Phases at Christian Mysticism." 0 Mrs. Frank Carpenter and her daugh ter. Mies Frances Carpenter, have re turned from Uellealr, Fla.. to the Bllt more. MUM Carpenter will bo among the debutantes of next winter. MIhs Martha Dodsun of Harper B Bazaar gave a luncheon at tho Pen nnd Hruai ciuu yesterday for Miss Abby Carter Goodloe, a writer, of Louisville, Ky. There were fourteen guests. Mr. and M'S. Herbert S Houston of 12 West Tenth street will start for Spain nn board the Canonic next Tuesday. Prom Madrid they will go, to Parbf and thenco to London. MISS HELEN CURTIS. Junior Longtlc Girl KiijjihjoiI lo One Time Member of Over sens Tank Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Halsey Curtis of 270 Park avenue gave a dinner Inst night at which they announced tho. engage ment of their daughter, Miss Helen Curtis, to Mr. Joseph Lentilhon, only son of tho Inte.Joseph le Tours Lentil hon. Miss Curtis wua grnduatid fioiu Miss llenuett's school In Millbiook, N Y . and she was elected a member of tho Junior LiMgne this season. Mi Lentiliion went to tlm Pomfret Scjioil! In Connect Inn. and he enlisted in the regular army as noun as the United .Statis entered the wnr, serving oveieiH In the Tank Corps, and return ing hem f i oui Germany Inst September. He Is n ginndson of the lato .Mr. and Mis Joseph Lentiliion. The guests at dinner included Mrs. Josnph do Tours Lentiliion, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwitrd D. Len tiliion, Miss Kmma Pattlson, Mr. Frank Pollock and Mr. John Robertson of Iio.i ton. The wedding will take place in St. Thomas's church on June .", and shortly lflerwnrd Mr. Leiitlllwn and nis brhle w.ll go to Manila, P. I , t remain two f.UR. MISS HOAGLAND AND AVIATOR TO WED To Be Bride of Mr. C. M. Jones, Escadrille Veteran. Tim wnMlmr of Miss Kutharin- Hoagland", diiughter of Mr. and Min Raymond Hoatl'.and of S17 Fifth nveii" and grnjiddaughter of thu late Joseji C. HoaglaiKl. (o Mr. Charles Maur, Jones, a fcon of Mr. and Mrs. "W. Htrother Jones of Red Hunk, N. J-, will ti.L-. nlnm ilex t Thursilny in St. .u George's Church, Stuyvecant fqunre. Their ervsnscment was announced las. autumn. In taking out a marriage license Miss Hoagland gave her age a tweutv-one and Mr. Jones as twenty-five. Ho Is a broker and resides at thn Murray Illli Hotol. The Rev. Dr. H. K. Fosdlck will officiate. iimt. (la IfouL'l.irnl nnd Mr. Jones eervod throunh the war. Sho was In the nursing corps and ho was In tht Twenty-eighth Aortal Squadron. He aof-i',! wltli tm Lnf.ivette Kseu- lUDU C1' ,. drllle before this country entered the war. GIVE FIRST PENNIES FOR FRENCH STATUE 300 School Children at Bed loe's Island Ceremony. Assembled on Hedloe's Island at the base of the Statue of Liberty ye?terday 50 New York school cnlidren contr.buted their first pennies toward the cost of the Annruan mcmoilal to the French armies and heard Gaston Llelu-rt, French Consul General, and Martin Vogel, ahsis Unt Treasurer of the United States, speak on the friendship that always has olsleil between the two countries. Their pennies will ho added to the thousands that will be collected dining the week of Mar.-b 22, when the nation will bo asked to make possible a sUUr statue to that In the harbor. The drive Is being di lected by a committee headed hy Myron T. Herrlck, formerly Ambassador to France. M. Ltebert In his nddiess declared the 1'nlted States went to tho aid of France In the war not because of n dcslro to re pa her for her aid In the American Rev olution, but because of regard for the French people. The purpose of the new statue to com memorate those who fell In the French ranks at the first battle of the Marne was explained by Mr Vogel. "Madama Dutterfly".wns sung for the sixth' tline laat evening nC the Metropoli tan with Mme. Florence Uaston In the cast as Clo-Clo-San In place of Mlsa Farrar. It was tho first time eho had sung tho rolo at the Optra House. Last Tuesday rtia sang It with the company lu Philadelphia, and some years ago with tho Savage company Ifl this city. Her Impctsonatlon of the little Japa nese girl was very tuoccmful. Her voice proved to Is? well suited to tho music nnd sho fang it beautifully. To her action she Imparted a rare simple grace i.nd much charm, nnd she looked well. Her chief associates were Mr. Martlnelll, Mr. De Luca and Miss In gram, all of whom liavo sung their re spective parts hero bofore. Much ap plaiibe was given tho ijlngers, nnd after the first act there were no less than six or eight recalls. Tho nudlencc packed the auditorium to the walls. Mr. Mo- ranzonl conducted. . In the afternoon n double bill wus given, consisting of "Cavallerla Itustl cana" nnd "Ii Our d'Or." Tho chief singers In tho Maseagnl opera were Mme. Claudia Muzlo und .Messrs. Criml and Chalmers. Mr. Mornnzonl conducted Tho cast of "!, Cog d'Or" was the samo us nt Its last previous porfotmancc, ex cept that Mme. Herat replaced Miss Iela Robeson as the Singer of Amelfa'i music. ..Miss (Mill dnneed nnd Mme. IlnrrlentoJ sang the Princess, Mr. Hamboschck was thu conductor. Mrnc, Garrison Is a native of Haiti more, Md. She made her debut In "Mlg non" at thf Jioston Opera Houso, talk ing tno roie or riiiinr. sue is a coiora. ; tura soprano ami has been a popular member of tho Metropolitan Opera Com- jKiny since 1913. j Her last nppcaranco at tho Mfitropoll jti'm (tyera Houso was In tho 'Mlarber of , iSovllIp," on January 25. Sho sang at fa recital for charity In Curneglo Hall on ' Fcbrunry 21 before starting Wont. At j tho olllces of the company Inst night It ( was paid no particulars as to h" "' ness hud been received. CONCERT FOR HOSPITALS. V. S. Symphony llund to I'lny nnd Opera Ntiirs lo HIiik. A concert for the benefit of the Ilelle- vuo and nlllol hospitals of tho Depart ment of Public Charities, under tho patronsgo of prominent women, wilt be held In the Hippodrome on tho night of March 2H. Tho rnlted States Govern ment has loaned f r the occasion the new Cnlled States Symphony Band, and Mr. Oattl-Casazza of the Metropolitan Opera has promised some of his leading artists. Among those Interested are Mmes. William P. Draper, Kgerton L. Wlnlh op, Charles H. Sabln. Cadwalader Jones, Franklin C. Hoyt, Llnzee Ulagden, Amory S. HodgiWi, C. Grant Ia Farge, William Armstrong Greer, Glffortf Pln- h t, William Dare Morgan, Loww Iselln, 'oseph J. O'Donohue, Jr., William Church Otborn. Alfred Seton, De Lanccy Kane. A. Duller Quncan nnd Hicham Mortimer. In former years private subscriptions have sustained the social Bervlce work In the hospitals, which has now gr nt eel of outsldo assistance, hence tho onceit In prospect. The new nnny band has nearly seventy soloists, wh i liave been chosen from various hands of- the Department of the Fast. Tickets for the concert will bo placed on sale soon. Allan Xnrn Power .Sinus. Miss Nora Power, soprano gave hr nrsi song rental nere iosi evening in Aeolian Hall. Sho was assisted by Ste f.i. .i ii s fin o, a irp h; Han Kronold 'cellist, nnd Robert Gannon, wno was at tho piano. Miss Power's selections In eluded old lrsh airs. Stmford's sung 'Emer's Fnrewell to Cucullaln," nnd an aria from Oltick "Orfeo." Her singing was wannly received. Convent lo llnlil llninnr. An unumlally Interesting collection of articles HjltnMe. ror Kaster gifts will be placed .n salo nt the Convmt of thu Frnnclscjin Missionaries of M ir, .'2.1 I'.ast Forty-llftli street, du.-ln,: the week ,r .Mnreli lft He. v nM 'e i, imtiIa iv hand, some of them are beautifully em- nromereu aim ru or mitfn ara exiuisiieiy il.lnti". Thi!ift nrtlr.le.. urn ni.nl, liv flrlo 'hn nri tunirfit iiv th Sisti!i from lhi llrst rudiments of sewing to the n.st lliiiMiM product cr neediecrait. The proceeds or tho tiazaar will help toward maxing greany nivued repairs inu niter atlons on' the settlement building. ,(lcucrnU nt Aliiiunl Dinner. The seventh annual dinner of the West Point nlumnl was held last night nt the-Hotel Astor with Gen. Pershln and Lieut. -Gen. Robert Ia;b Hullnrd heading the long list of army notables present. Gen. Pershing spoko on the service nnd Prof. Cornelius De W Wll cox nddresseil tho diners on West Point, where ho Ss stationed as head of the department of molem languages. Three hundred officers were there. Mi. Vlrluln Fox (o Weil. Sptcial lo Tiir. Srv iw Ntw York HbsiM). Greenwich, Conn.. March 12. The. engagement of Miss Virginia Lloyd Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh V Vox of Riverside, Conn., to Mr. Edward Eyre Hunt, who makes his homo with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Hurnch of Ttlverslde. Is announced. Mr. Hunt wns In Ilclglum under the rel.ef ndmlnlnira tlon and In France with tho American lied Cross during the recent war. Correct Corsets for Stout Women DmltrneU on thn lln of tho now ulhouotte. titylbh. firmly bonod, flexible, comfort blo moloU sultol t ecrr tyi of tlisuro, lnr8 wtMil or ihurt whtej, low or hUh buit. Let our mtt corwtlorot aor yjj tho model ulsol lo your flturo. Sizes 26 to 45 watit Mado In our own fetoriei. heaco the! low price. 3.95, 4.95 to 18.00 m :i-23 W. 38th St. (SW The Orlenfal Store, ' 'Announce, beginning tomorrow ' A Sale of Silk Hosiery Qf WORD lo the "Whys?" is never sufficient, but to you D'io wish lo avail yourselves of an opportunity to pro cure stylish Spring and Summer hosiery, al less-than-presenl-rvholcsalc-cosl, Tc respectfully urge you to take advantage of the special prices quoted below: Women's Fibre Silk drop stitch hose in black, while, cor dovan and navy. Sale price, pair, $1. Women's Novell) Lace Hose (pure silk and fibre) in Iwo-toned effects of black-and-nhilc. black-and-navy, navy-and-purple, navy-and-gretn. Sale price, pair, $1.6$. Women's Novelty Lace Fibre Silk Hose in black, white, cor dovan and navy. Sale price, pair, $1.65. Women's Thread Silk Hose, in black, navi and cordovan with rvhile woven clocks. Sale price, pair, $2.50'. Women's Pure Thread Silk Drop-slilch Hose, extra fine quality, in cordovan only. Sale price, pair, $3. Women's Pure Thread Silk Hose, lisle soles and tops, extra fine quality, in black, white, cor dovan and navy. Sale price, pair. $3. Women's Extra Quality, .HI thread Silk Hose, square and pointed heels, in black, white, cordovan, bronze, navy and grey. Sale price, pair, $3.50. Women's Extra Heavy All silk Hose, pointed heels, in black, white, cordovan, bronze, navy and grey. Sale price, pair, $5. Women's Plain Clove Silk Hose, extra heavy quality, in black, vhite and navy. Sale price, pair, $4.50. Women's Clove and Thread Silk Hose, in a variety of lace and dropstilch effects, in black, white, cordovan and navy. Sale price, pair, $5.00 to $10.00. (Mail Orders filled until supply on sale is exhausted. Be sure to stale color and size desired when ordering.) 'A-A-VANTlNE-8-CO-Inc- Fifth Avenue 6c 39th Street MR. KREISLER'S RECITAL. Yoiiiik' Women lo He IJslirr nt Kn lerliilnmcnt for C'lutrlty, There will he something of an Innova tion nt tho recital to be given by Fritz Krelslcr In tho grand ball room of the Waldorf-Astoria on Tuesday nftornoon for the benefit of tho Hahlcs Dairies As sociation. Voting women will act as ushers and they alsj will distribute pro grammes, for which there will bo no charge. Mr. Krelsler Is donating his services, and as many boxes and seats already have been sold a large sum will bo netted. Miss Helen Trevor will be. In chargu of tho ushers nnd programme girls, who will include Misses Prlscllla and Phyllis Ratcheller, Mary Osgood Field, Adclo Hammond, Krithntlne Hurd, Frances Norton, Martha Oltley, Kate Prentice, Mary Stevens and Hetty Thompson. No one will be permitted to enter the ball room during the plnylng of Mr. Krelsler, and to inevent this Miss Mercedes do Acosta and Miss Helen Hundley will guard the doors. Tickets may bo obtained from Mrs. Cliarlrs K. Mitchell. 93.1 Fifth avenue. Josef Hofmann, pianist, gave his third and last recital of the present .season yesterday afternoon at Carnegie Hall. Tho audience filled all tho available spaco of tlio stago floor nnd balconies. The programme comprised Schumann's "Foschlngs-Schwank," opus 26 ("Car nival Pranks"); "Warum" and "Trau mcswlrren;" Chopin's barcarolle, the Nocturne In F sharp minor, a waltz, nnd his seldom heard F sharp minor polo naise, and by Mr. Hofmann himself, an Intermezzo In A major, an Impromptu In G minor, a berceuse In II flat und his variations nnd fugue In F major. In addition to tho printed list, Mr. Hofmailn, no doubt remembering It was Ills last recital, gnvo many encores, Ho played In his familiar style with a mas ter's wealth of technic and a master's Interpretative powers. HIh playing of Schumann's music was beautiful In clarity and color, nnd In his selections from Chopin there wns the sympathy of native kinship with tho composer and brilliant finish. Mr. Hofmann'H own four compositions found much favor,wlth tho audience and It tried to have hlrn repeat the cx'iuislte bcrceuso and tho showy Impromptu with Its melodious mlddlo section. With no attempt at ultra modern color tho group of pieces In their lluont stylo held Die Interest, though this In part was due to their origin and to Mr. Hofmann's0 lino delivery of them. Tho variations and Iiiguo served rather to show the full re sources of n modern pianoforte, and it Is a llltlu doubtful It a player not In ptssesslon of Mr. Hofmann's vlrtnoslc powers could havo mado them worth while. Sopruno Gives First Iteeltol. Mnw. Callawny-Jnhn, soprano, with Walter (Jolde at the piano, gave her post, pnned first recital yesterday n.fternoan In Aeolian Hall. The singer, tvho lives In this eHy came originally from the South 'I if INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE Announcement is made of the irrival on the S.S'Maurctanid of Mr. Charles C. Kurzman who has been abroad during the past four months in quest of the newest models and materials. In . addition to our extensive importations already received we expect regular weekly shipments Trimmed Hats Coats Wraps Evening Gowns Daytime Dresses Parisian Novelties The Egyptian Style with its e x q u i sit c embellishments is particularly fascinating a 11 d advocated for immediate wear, f is sponsored by the accepted Paris style authorities and. was introduced in A m erica by lti? iBrntB? nf Svursmmt When We Say "Two Unusual Costumes At the Usual Price of One" we do not mean to imply that you are required to buy two costumes in order to avail your self of the notable Maxon' econ omy. Not at all! Even if jou choose only one Mon Gown. Suit. Sport Coat, Coat, or Wrap, .you still live abouthalf of the prevailing coit. because only models urnples are presented here the very best for the very least. Yn fVf! a v2-vt.v fvtiinTrvr""Tr TTrmrr? ' JSS7 ZtroadiiKW. &)i:4S'JSt nn. fiirht ud Klfvmtor or SUlrway. FIFTH AVENUE at 46th ST" NEW YORK. nAow Siwmnif flM FORM ALLY) Lj THEIF iStevsive Collection OP whicv iketr prtilajte Aesiatiincf staff vtiH fiihrpreb xuxorditicj Jto indi vidual tastes XrtcorporaMruj Mieiritialxoncejilorip of firedoinincuit .fasldorv jboia& (fn addiliotifa tins lliert Sir xdreacUf' xwscnvhLcd Alost Cxi&iiswe tyjsblcuj ,uxnd jnodeid .ofotuown dadcyn. .developed' for immediate, selection, xind xtnAracuixj jevanj JimpoHanir piase xif ilw J finny J Gowns - Wraps Millinery Furs . Taillevrs Presents for the Spring ' RIDING HABITS and SPORT SUITS and announces also his new departure in TAILORED COSTUMES for Street and Afternoon Wear created by a master couturier troin. Paris now associated ex clusively with Nardi. 73 West 47th Street ' !iVewybrk's QreatJJnrvudl Event ' J 1JLA M 11 I 1 1j AND CENTRAL PALACE MARCH 15 T 21 Htxt th aumli of Xh rionX Xlardom wtU ! ihowa In oil thlr frajrtact ana Dakaty. A myriad or rar nowr and ftpvl jardtn dliplaya wlU GapUraU th yg of Sowar lovtra and rardtntn. OPENS To-Morrow at 2 P. M. Iall thr,rtflrr. from 10 A. II. to u:30 V. ii inrlodlnr Snnd.T While at the show, visit the. pv ., jC7t ALLIED LOYALTY LEAGUE TEA GARDEN 2fe 9 . I mm aiHMiitil.MHtniTOftMrB'tt-i.i!UiHut;M;tlHi-llH-lt-Mrfilifiwlt'Ml.:' i,''.l'l'.ir,l'iLW1j;L!IVJfiniPllrf.llltn:auii'ilitiriwi.7nTr-P1