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THE SUN
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AND NEW YOfiK HERALD,. SfffrtttlDAY, MAY 8, 1020.
Great Art Show
to Mark Fiftieth
Year of Museum
Private Onllcrlcs lend Master
pieces for 3Ictropolltftn Half
Century Exlilbitiqn.
"New York' greatest art exhibition"
is that 'he newly arranged ana
(.really augmented collection now in tho
Metropolitan Munum of Art to celc
I rale Hie fiftieth anniversary of lho,ln
i .itutlon. Groat masterpieces of art have
l,een borrowed from the leading private
lollectlons of the city, not alontf paint
inns but classical sculpture, rare furni
mie, hangings. Jewels, print and all
the allied arts. Every departmtmt of
tho museum has been greatly extended
jor the memorable occasion and tho rc
mil Is an ensemble that will Imprest
,all visitors, but will require from them
wore visits than ono before It can be
approximately grasped.
Yesterday was the private view for
the museum's member's and their guests,
and amid the throng wcro probably
most of those In the city who have In
fluence swayjng the public taste, and
jia nothing but words of coromendatlon
were heard the success of tho exhibition
ian he taken as assured.
The main entrance hall on the Fifth
avenue side had been especially deco
i i'oiI by the well known architects,
JlcKmi, Mead & White, with the as-
distance of Ezra Winter, a graduate
from the American Academy in Rome.
jrlous decorative plaques, held to
thiT with gilt garlands, have been
jiaced along the gallery railings, mak
i r a frieze for the hall that is simple
Mid In keeping.
Eager Crowd Present.
The attendance was eager, a& New1
Tork crowds usually are, and there was
i general Inquiry as to the most Im
portant objects among he temporary
accessions to the collection. The an
swer to this was non-committal, ay4t
depended entirely upon the Inquirer's,
taste. Lovers of sumptuous furniture
crowded the. eighteenth century French
looms and seemed to think that there
were all the exhibits worth while. Ama
teurs of Far Eastern art confined their
attention to rare porcelains that had
been generously loaned to the depart
ment; students of classical art studied
tho bronze Eros that d to, adorn J,
Plerpont Morgan's Londo.. "tnuse; but
many painters were heaid asking in
which gallery the new Rubens had been
placed.
Kubens Is peculiarly a painter's hero,
due doubtless to tho manly vigor of his
ttyle. so there will be a rush of students
to see the "Venus and Adonis" as soon
n. It becomes generally known that Its
owner, Harry Payne Bingham, has sent
it to the museum. It Is one of the most
characteristic specimens of the work of
this master now In America. The Rem
brandts. owned by Mrs. Henry E. Hunt
ington, including the noble "Savant,"
were seen in the museum at the time, of
the Hudson-Fulton Memorial exhibition,
but had a constant crowd about them
jesterdny. A rich piece of decoration Is
th Helllnl "Bacchanal," owned by Carl
W Hamilton. Vasari raid that Titian
finished this picture.
Other great paintings now accessible
to the public are these: "Portrait of a
Man Seated," owned by Samuel Gold
man ; "Portrait of a Girl." by Velasquez,
owned by John N. Willys; "Christ Ap
pearing to His Mother," Roger van der
Weyden, owned by Michael prelcer!
"Lidy Guilford, by Hans Holbein, lent
by William K. Vanderbllt; "The Smok
Ins Party," by Adrtaen Brouwer. lent by
Michael Friedsam ; Botticelli's "Glullano
c) Medld," lent by Mr. and Mr?. Otto
H. Kahn, and a "Madonna," by Vivarlnl,
owned by Dan Feljow Piatt,
In the French Section.
With the French paintings, which In
clude a fine "Orpheus and Eurydlce"
by Poussln and canvases by Manet,
Moret, Ptesarro. Corot and Degas. Is a
croup of post-lmpresslonlstlc canvases.
These include two paintings by the
much discussed Paul Gauguin, loaned
by Adolph Lewlsohn; "A Sailor," by
Tsui Cezanne, loaned by Mrs. Eugene
Meyer. Jr.; "Portrait of Mme. Ce
zanne," loaned by John Qulnn; sylower
tludy by Odllon Redon, and a self ppr
tralt by Vincent Van Gogh, both owned
ty John Qulnn.
Others who have contributed works of
rt to the" occasion are Jules S. Bache,
wheue "Billet Doux," by f ragonard. Is
a fino example; George F. Baker,
Charles M. Schwab. Philip Rhlnelander,
Edward H. Litchfield, Theodore Offer
nun, Mr. and Mrs. George Blumenthal,
Miss Lizzie P. Bliss, William Churth
Osborn, Mrs. Georgo T. Bliss, Harry
Payne Whitney, Mrs. W. P. Douglas,
Mr and Mrs. F. Gray GrJawold, Edward
Harkness, the Misses Hewitt, Morti
mer L. Pchlff, Orme Wilson, Jr.; Fred
eric B. Matt, Thomas F. Ryan and II.
H. Benedict.
, The greater part of the galleries have
teen rearranged and rehung so that
even the familiar objects now take on
r.ew aspects. The room of recent-accea
tlons, just off the main entrance, fs
tiled with "Memorabilia" relating to
the history of the museum. This room
V'as jiopular with yesterday's visitors',
who studied the early records of these
Bllerla affectionately.
Spectators at Exhibition. '
Hundrds of persons prominent in
ft. society and literature took advan
ce of the opportunity offered yester
day and there was a constant profession
of visitors to view the collection. There
was no formal reception committee, al
though Mr. Robert W. de Forest, presi
dent orf the museum, and Mrs. de Forest
ere there. ' !
Among the many visitors were Prof. 1
an- Mrs. H. Fairfield Osborn, Mr. and
Mrs. John Du Fals, Mr. Charles W.
Gould, Mr and Mrs. William H. Shel
ton, Dr George F. Kunx, Mr. A. Augus
tus Healy. Mr and Mrs. Ooddard Du
Iis. Mrs. Frederick Pearson. Mrs.
'harlfs a. ChlLls. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Volk, Mr and Mrs. Henry B. Culver. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Velller, Mrs. Charles i
". Cooper, Mrs. Schuyler Schleffelln,
Mr. Henry It. Sedgwick. Mr. and Mrs.
Iank Gray Orlswold, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Cass Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B.
c-- Mr (Srenvllle L Wlnthrop, Mr.,
Child Hansom, Mr. and Mrs. John Llv
hiwton, Mrs. Walter T. Rosen, Miss:
Ktreretta Kernochan, Mr. and Mrs. Rlch
aM .ewton. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllara
l--rsi, miss Anna Bvans. the Misses
fd-ih and Eleanor Cooper Hewitt. Mr.
' r-eri k II. Baldwin. Miss Edith wet-.
"or. .Mr and Mrs. W. Adams Delano,
-" i an Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. rreu
'""k H Allen. Mrs. Edmund L. Baylies,
Mr David Blspham, Mrs. Lloyd Sander
Mrs. McDoueall Hawkes, Mr. Rob
wt Van Boskerck. Mr. and Mrs. Win
Crop Chanler, Mrs. Charles Q. Peters.
Mrs. John Lindsay of Boston, Mr. and
Mrs. a. Stewart Walker, Mrs. Stanford
wMte. Mrs. William M. Chase, Miss
my UVpWp, Me imhrnu Wenev. Vr.
Jules Bache. Mr. George Ledlle, Mrs.
J W-h Steers. Mrs. Theodore Sedg--Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Scott Rokcn
u?h, Mrs. Harry Kearsage Knipp,
J'rs V. M. Wolcott. Mr. and Mrs. Hcln
"' Meyn, Miss Sarah Gardiner, Mrs.
Bunlap Hopkins, Mr. J. Lawrence A
Hawaii and Mr, Ashfeci IL Iiarssjv--
Miss Terry Bride
of Mr. Hendrix
Despite Actress
J&iiHssBsssssssssssssV'
Mrs. Clifford R. Hendrix.
Wedding1 TftkCS PlflCC in Her
Hother's Home She Calls
Case Ridiculous.
Tlio bringing of an action .for ilOO.
COO damages against Sir, Clifford It.
Hendrix for an alleged breach of prom
ise of marriage cast no apparent shadow
over his wedding with Miss Eugenia
Terry yesterday. Pipers In the action
'were filed in the Supreme Court twenty
four, hours before the marriage by Miss
Maud L. Ccbaltos, an actrens, living at
370 Central Park West, who nlleges
that Mr. Hendrix promised to make her
his wife last August.
"Perfectly ridiculous" was MUs Ter
ry's commentary on the proceedings
Just before she became the-bride of Mr.
Hendrix In the home of her mother,
Mr. John D. Terry, at 30 Central Park
West She added that she knew all
about the jsult and said: "Some women
seem to think they have n lien on men
who take them out to tea."
Yesterday's ceremony had been Set for
noon but, because the -Rev. George Chal
mers Richmond of St Louis, a, long
time friend of the bride's family, could
not arrive In New York before that
hour, the wedding did not take place
until six. The bride's father. Major
John D. Terry, died recently and for
that reason 'only a few friends were
invited. Mr. Frederic Gregory' Terry,
the bride's brother, was best marl and
Misses Vera C. Tompkins and Franclna'
Tracy, school friends of the fcrlde. were
her attendants. The little wedding
larty Included Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Kelly of Philadelphia, brother-in-law
and sister of the bride.
Mr. Hendrix. who Is a son of the lata
Joseph Hendrix. for some time poH
master of Brooklyn, Is a member of the
New York Stock Exchange, with offices
t.t IT Wall street He has lived some
time at 1 East Fifty-sixth street He
declared yesterday: "I never promised
to marry Miss Ceballos nor did I ever
entertain the Idea of so doing. I knew
her "In my bachelor days, that Is all.
She has been married and has been
freed."
MUs Ceballos. on thcother hand, de
clared in her petition to the Supreme
Court that Mr, Hendrix not only had
said he would marry her on, August 10
of last year In Larchmont but that a
house which he was building at Quaker
Ridge at a cost of $125,000 was to have
been their home. She has figured In the
tpoken drama" and In musical comedy
tinder the name of Mona Desmond. In
1904 she eloped With Mr. J. Reed Ful
ler, a business man of Chicago, IBs
disappearance after their marriage
caused considerable comment
Smith Stevenso.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage on May 4 In the Church of the
Te.nflnirntlon of Miss Beatrice Eunice
Stevenson, daughtef of Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Stevenson or unageporc. v.ann., io
nr ei.nfon Relnhart Smith, head sur
geon of the Bridgeport Hospital. The
Rev. Dr. George Clarke Houghton, the
rector, officiated. After a long trip by
automobile Dr. Smith 'and his bride will
live, at 17 Marne street, Bridgeport. "
AUTH0ES' IffSCRIBED BOOKS.
Jsran Carleton Yoobb's LtBrarr
on View. ,
The collection of authors' Inscribed
books assembled by the late James
Carleton Young Of MWneapojb. placed,
on view yesterday at the American Art
Association, Includes about Ifw Item
and will prove of special interest to
collectors. I Is obvious that In so Urge
a collection of Inscribed copies the au
thors represented most largely are those
nearest to hand I. e., the rnerjeans.
but the French and English authors are
also Included to an astonishing extent.
Mr. Youtig went about his collecting
i . hmttnrjulika war and even Issued a
printed card giving the Idea of the sort
. . , .j.ii..a fnun jKithora that would r
be desirable to him and emphasizing the
fact that no authors wlthouj a plausible
claim to permanent fame need apply.
Aniong the volumes are a first .edition
of the "Jungle Book," with Kipling's au
tograph and a poem on the title page;
"Jude the Obscure," -with Sir Thdmas
Hardy's inscriptions W. E. Henley's
"Views and Reviews," autographed:
many signed copies of novels by William
Dean Jlowells. signed novels by Hamlin
Garland. Galsworthy's "Man of Prop
erty." signed; "L'EtuI de Nacre." by
Anatole Fraace. signed: signed volumes
by Bliss Carmen, Arthur C. Benson,
Pierre Lotl. William IL Mallock. Alice
Meynell, Whistler, Verhaeren and F.
llopklnson Smith.
A curious association book Is the "Sci
ence and Health" of Mrs. Mary Baker
Eddy, sent by "art unknown friend" to
Krnlle Zo14- Thero re many oth'r
books from Zola's library, rnany Roy
croft publications, Mosher Imprint and
rare "first edition without 'the inscrip
tions. The sale begins May 10.
"?
FRENCH LUilASY HEXE.
ScBBhtnaa CoIUetloa Bonnht by
Hosenbaeb Company.
The famous collection of eighteenth
eenturyiFrench llluttrated'books assem
bled b Robert Schuhman of Pari has
just been purchased by the Rostnbach
Company of this cy. It I one of the
notable book '" ttU
The llerary inciuuc . i.
mnrocco. binding bearing the ar
m!!. ...mn.'of kins and queen 6f ter of the late Mr. Rockefeller, that
mori.1 . "'J gJhe collection lspias been resting In the receiving vault
France. The gem oi ""'""ua ...V, r.,. - tr,nn rmiiw win k
Fre; J,",".f,V, own .eofly of Doraf
Marie Antoinette L-yta
-Lea ntn lS
PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE.
Nevr York,
1 Mrs. William O. Rockefeller has gone
from Greenwich to Chestnut Hill, where
she Is a guest of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr, and Mrs, William A, Rocke
feller, Dr. Edward Hftgaman Hall, secretary
of tile American ticenla and Historic
Preservation Society,, yesterday received
from tho French Government the diplo
ma and Insignia of Offlsler d'Acndemle.
Tho title .was conferred last Decembor,
The Insignia Is Uie purple ribbon with
sliver palm nnd laurel wreath.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Northrop Hlne
have come from their country place In
Locust Valley to pass a Tew days at thu
Plaza Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Van
TL Crosby of Boston also are at the
Plaza.
Mr, W. flackell Duell nnd his brldo,
who was Mrs. LIvlngsK Best of New
York, have asked several of their friends
to, pass Sunday with them nt their coun
try pla?e In Meadowbrook. Pa.
Mr. Thomas Powers of 850 Park ave
nue went to Southampton yesterday to
remain until next ween.
Mrs. Arthur Isolln has been elected
chairman of the auxiliary of the social
son-Ice- department of the New York
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert draves will start
for Europe on next Wednesday. They
will visit England, France, Germany and
Belgium and will pa'sa the eummr
abroad.
, Mrs. Ogden L. Mills Is at the home of
her mother, Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt.
Miss Adelaide Kip Rhlnelander, who
was to have returnod next week from
California, has prolonged her stay there
until June 1.
Mrs John Innes Kano has gone to
Paris from Brussels. She will return to
New York late In June and go to her
house In Bar Hatbor for th& remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. Joseph Harrlmnn has returned to
Newport after passing several days In
New York.
The Hon. Alfred Anson and Mrs. Ali
son will start for England on Juno 10
and will remain abroad all summer.
Mr. and Mrs, Silas H. Wltherbee are
receiving congratulations on the birth
of a daughter on last Monday at their
home livjhls city. Mrs. Wltherbee, who
was Miss Alice Gouverncur Kortrlght, Is
the only daughter of the late Oouver
neur Kortrlght and a niece of Miss Ada
Phlpps.
Mrs. John P. Gllforo gave an auction
bridge party yesterday for Mrs George
PInckard of London. Her guetts num
bered thirty.
Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Paolo Flnoc
chlaro will give a reception with music
this afternoon nt their home. 41 West
Seventy-seventh street.
' Mrs. Claus Spreckefs, who has Just re
turned from Europe, where she visited
her daufhter, Mrs. Spencer F
entertained several friends at
last night in the Rltz-Carlton.
Eddy,
dinner
WnnhlnRton,
The French Ambassador, Mr. Jusse
rand. Is In New York '"to attend the dln-
. ,v, .i,..i
hlm In the American Ambulance In
France. Before leaving Mr. Jusserand
attended the dinner given at the Army
finrl Vttvv fflnh hv Amprlcnn Ori!nnnt
ofllcers for Vlce-Admlrnl Charbonnler
nnd the members of the French Ord-
napce Mission, of which he Is the head;
'
The Ambassador of Belgium and
Baroness de Cartler de Marchlenne are
In New York, and the Baroness will sail
to-day by the Lapland for Europo. The
Ambassador will Join her later and they
will spend the summer abroad. Others
front Washington leaving by the Lapland
are the Minister of the Netherlands and
Mme. CYemer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gist Blair.
Mr. William P. Eno, nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvanus Stokes, Jr.
The Italian Ambassador and Barones?
Avezzana and their daughter. Miss
Yolanda Romano Avezzana returned to
Weshington yesterday after a ten day
visit to St Louis. They will start again
Sunday or Monday for a visit in Phila
delphia. The Minister of Cuba and Mme. de
Cespedes returned yesterday from a
sojourn in Havana.
Mme. Groultch, wife of the Minister
of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, gave
her first reception yesterday since her
return from a trip VI est and South. Mrs.
Allerton Cushman and Mrs. Charles II.
Patterson assisted her.
ia Other Places.
Mrs. Andrew D. White of' Ithaca, N.
Y.. widow of the former president of
Cornell University, Is at Hotel Vendome,
Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fltz lmon re
turned yesterday to Harbourvlew, New
port, from New York Mr. William H.
Vanderbllt will arrive from Montina
to-day to spend several days with Mrs.
Fits Sllnon, hia mother.
pommander Charles W. Crosse. U. S.
N., and 3Irs. Crosse will leave Newport
to-morrow for San Francisco, Cal,
where he will take up new duties with
the Pacific- fleet. Commander Crosse
ha been executive officer of the Train
ing Station and yesterday an engraved
shotgun was presented to Jilm by his
fellow officers.
GARDEN PAETY IN PARK.
Zoologlcal'Bocletr' Annual Enter-
lalntaent Set for May SO.
The annual'garden party by the mem
bers of the Ladle Auxiliary of the New
York Zoological Society will be held at
the New York Zoological Park May 20.
In case of stormy weather the reception
will be postponed to the next fair after
noon. Tho hostesses will Include Mrs.
Henry Fairfield Osborn, chairman of the
auxiliary: Mrs. Flnley J. Shepard, the
secretary; Mrs. George F. Baker, Jr.:
Mrs,rGeorge Crawford Clark, Mrs. J.
Francis A. Clark, Mrs. William B. Os-
pood Field, Mrs. Wniiam Plerson Hamll-
.ton. Mrs. J. Borden Ilirrlman, Mr.
Henry Reese Hoyt. Mrs. De Forest;
Grant Mr. Thomas i Hastings. Mrs.
Annur ISCIin. Jirs. -ierponi .Morgan,
Mrs. Walter E. Maynard. Mrs. Stephen
H. Olln. Mr. Tercy Rlvlngton Pyne,
Mrs. James Speyer-, Mrs. Richard Trim
ble. Mrs. William V. 8. Thorne. Mr.
A'exander S. Webb and Mrs. William
Woodward.
MR. ROCKEFELLER IS HOME.
Arrives From Florida at Pocantleo
Hllla Estate.
Sftrtal to Tn Srx I'D New Voia HriutD.
Tarbttowk. N. Y.. May WMr. John
Rockefeller arrived at hi Pocantleo
rlLYrl.r'ri"'-"
he h.d been .pending the winter. He
.r.ra n tw In ih tuKt nf henllh.
The body o( ill Lucy upeiman, sis-
In Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, will be
.hipped to Cleveland to-morrow for
'rlaL Mr. Kockcfatlet nfity accompany
Scenes in Bryn Mawr'g Picturesque May Pageant ,
i i -
j v
New York Girls
Win. Honors in
Bryn MawrFete.
Miss Elizabeth. Vincent
Crowned Queen of Col
lege Pageant.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 7. With
heraldlo banners floating from the bat
tlements of the gray stone buildings,
the spirit of Merrle Olde England was
resurrected this nfternoon at Bryn
Mnwr College when the May Day revels
and playa were given for the first
time since 1?H. The good Queen Bess,
In fh twrfln nf Dnn lltMn W. Smith
mounted on a whlto horse, headed the j
procession. Her retinue of 600 consisted ,
of courtiers, ladles In waiting, fools In
motley, characters In the eight Eliza-'
bethan masques given, hundreds of Mor-1
ris dancers nnd the rabble., The May
pole was' drawn by two Immense oxen,
Gov, Sproul was the guest of honor.
With Mrs. Sproul he was seated next to
Miss Helen Taft, acting president of the
college. After the heralds crted for
t mmmm swishssi r tx tsiv w sHisiiiiiiiiiiiiiHsafHBr.,sisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisai & w.Bii
York, crowned May Queen;
(below),Miss Ruth McAnen Jl'fcrl
!
tiT,,X0&?nA?i,tiVMSQ AND PIANIST HEAED.
II.OOO.OOO endowment fund drive be sup
ported in order that the teaching staff
could be paid salaries commensurate
with their work.
Miss Elizabeth Vincent, daughter of
Dr. George E. Vincent of the Rocke
feller Foundation, was crowned Queen of
May amid applause from the 0,000 spec
tators. The May pule dance ovpr. the
spectators dispersed to different parts
of the campus to witness the masques.
In tho ever popular "Play of St
George" the part of the doctor was taken
by Miss Ruth McAneny, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George McAneny. This play
attracted a large gallery throughout the
afternoon, as It Is one of the most pop-
' ular presented at the May fetes.
The first of the May Day revels was
given In 1000, nnd the present one Is the
fifth of the series. In splendor of mount
ing It far exceeds any of those given In
tho past. Tho entire proceeds will be de
voted to thendowment fund as a con
tribution from the undergraduates. Mrs.
Edward Eugene Loomls Is the New York
city chairman of the alumnae May Day
committee!
The performance will be repeated, to
r-morrow afternoon with Mrs. Mary Rob
ert Rlnehart as the guest of honor.
TO WED AND GO TO CHINA.
Miss Setts nnd Mr, flelbel to Be
Married' Jnne 1,
Greenwich, Conn.. May 7. The mar-
riage of Miss Mabel Seltz, daughter of
Don C, Seltz of New York And Cos Cob;
Conn., business manager of the New
York World, and Mrs, Seltz. to Mr. Ed-
rr-i t-A I i n 1 .nil nf ATl" flMtrM T.
Gelbcl 'of Greenwich, will take placo at
the home of the bride's parents lit
Brooklyn on the afternoon ot June 1.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas Patterson, pastor
of the Unlversallst ChursJs of Our
Father, will officiate.
t Miss Scltx attended the Greenwich
Academy here, tho Packer Collegiate
Institute of Brooklyn and later 'was
graduated from tho School of Applied
Design In New York.
Mr. Gelbel recently returned after
three jind a half years In China for
tho. Standard Oil Company. After a two
weeks' honeymoon trip the couple will
start for China.
nn Jo
3fnjor Cola
Wed Miss lock.
and Mrs- Joaeph BIock of tm) rnol,
Tourane wm ho married to-morrow at
h Aglor Hoje, , Dr. Daniel Leonard
0 , of LlneoIn .j Brooklyn.
n- Rnl.nn Un-M In Vrune . n Ms Inn
In the Medical Corps of the S3d In
fantry. Eighty-first Division. Miss
Block was graduated from Adetphl Col
lege last June-
Dinner for 3U DodEe and FInnceJ
Jlr. John D. Spreckcls gave a dinner
last night in the Rltx-Carlton Hotel for"
Mis Delphlne Dodge of Detroit and
Mr. James H. R. Cromwell of Phlladol-
phla, whose engagement was announced
recently ai i-aira ueacn. inero were
Z"Zi u7.
"""!" '''xi AL'..V V. V.
beri Shlnman. Mr. Conde Naat Mrs.
M- U Rulherfurd and Mr-
halen.
Oslcr' Library for McGlll.
Lokdok, May 7. Sir AVllllam Osier.
Uho died last December, bequeathed his
medical and iclentlnc library to Me-
l cm University, Montreal, according to
announcement here).
4sft
Manlllto Funrs nnd 311s Bella
Gnttt In Concert.
A successful concert was given last
night at tho MacDowell Club by Mano
Uto Funcs, a young Spanish pianist" who
has been heard beforn in Nek York, as
sisted by Miss Bella Gattl, dramatic so
prano, who made her first professional
appearance. Mr. Funes, who Is a skil
ful pianist, technically fitted to perform
the most difficult music, yet a player of
such Individuality as to he always Inter
esting, opened hU programme with three
numbers by Chopin. He played with flu
ency and beauty of tone, nnd was later
heard In a croup by Padcrewskl, Mosz
kowskl and Stojowskl. He concluded
with numbers by Grieg and LlaiL,
Miss Gattl, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph TJattl of New York, has a warm
and sympathetic voice and gave great
pleasure to the nudlence by her singing
of Massenet's "Pleures m'os Yeux," from
"Le Cld." Later she sang with excel
lent effect numbers by Costa, Puccini
and Roxas, who accompanied her in his
composition. '
CONCERT TO AID HOSPITAL
Star 'to Sing: nd Play To-nlsht at(
Metropolitan Opera.
In the Metropolitan Opera Houso to
night a concert will be given for the.
it 'm nr thV Post-araduat Medical
"e" nf, XltaLfSd now" ex!
-pa nnn w- mitt.
,V';d,r10.000 to It "
....
The programme, will be given by Mme.
Helen Stanley, soprano; Glullo Crlml.
tenor; Rudolph Oanzj'planlst, and Sasha
Culbertson. violinist Mr. Crlml and
Mme. Stanley Nwlll sing a duet from
"Madanta Butterfly,
Practically tho entire faculty of tho'T." . Lir v- .T;
Institution has engaged boxes.
holders Include Dr. Frederic E. Sondern,
president of the corporation ; Mr. Nlcho-1
las F. Brady, Mr. William V. Griffin.
Mrs. Charles Oppenhelm, Dr. John F.
Erdmann, J. Bentley Squler. Frederick
H. Albee, J. E. Pcderson and G. S. Wil
lis. Notes xf Drnnia nnd MnAc,
Twenty-five British merchants, mem
bers of the Chamber of Commerce of the
United Kingdom, who are on a tour of
the United States, will be guest ot the
National Retail Dry Goods Association
at to-night's performance ot "Happy
Day" in the Hippodrome. ,
Cdet at the United States Military
Academy at West Point and their friends
to the number of 700 will attend the an
nual theatre party ot the graduating
class on the night of June 15, coming to
the Liberty Theatre to see "The-NIght
Boat."
More than a hundred soldiers from the
Fox Hills Hospital wilt be gaesta of the
Qrand Street Boys' Association at Iti
entertainment m the Eltlnge Theatre to-
morrow night. Judge Max 6. Levlne and
Justice Otto A. nosalsky will speak.
Pablo Casals, cellist started yester-
?a o"0? l"e J"n it xaw-
'Iona Dpal?: n.f.rc " .t.r
summer, ne win return io jno unuea
States next season to play with the Na
tional Symphony and other prehestras
and to give recitals.
Hugo Rlesenfeld, who wrote the maslc
for "Betty. Be Oood." now at the Casino
Theatre, ha been engaged by the
Jheatre. ha been engaged by
Messrs. Bhubert to strlto tl .core for
,'operetta which they Will produce ea
an
early
Incxt season.
FOR POOR CHILDREN
Little Wards of Presbyterian
Hospital to Get Country AirS
r I
As the result of a benefit performance
al "Shavings'" in' tlie Knickerbocker The-
atre last night a number, of undernour
ished children will get tastes of country
life this summer. Frpm the performance
15,000 went into the treasury of the
Hill Top Camp, maintained at Haw
thorne, Westchester county, by the o
clal service department of tho Presbyte
rian Hospital. The Aimp, which has
been In existence eleven years,ean care
for nlnety-nve children.
A delighted audience filled tha theatre, i 1Tp waj nj,vaya a Republican In politics.
Miss Frances H. Ballnrd was captain of t 1Ie -a member of the Unlcri
n group of programme seller who added League Club from- Its foundation and
n substantial sum to the receipts. Her ha(1 Krwj as vice-president and chalr
asslstants Included tho Misses Dorothy man of executive committee. Ho
Clapp, Alice T. Davison, Constance Do- KlLa a mrmber of the finance committee
laney, Olivia Erdmann, Grace Hendrlk, I nf fh. t incoln Safe Deposit Company.
Ada Louise Herhze, Edna Hoyt, Heln
Johnson, Victoria Kellogg, Lucy Lord,
Mario Lamarche, Genevieve Mangam,
Carol Mitchell, Laura Mabon, Helena
Ogden, Carol Read,- Elizabeth Remsen,
Lillian Retn'senHelen Schnlewlnd, Vir
ginia Sterry add Marie Thayer, Mrs.
Octavo Blake, Mrs. Maynard C. Ivlson
and Mrs. H. Ogden Wood, Jr.
In the nudlence were Dr. nnd Mrs.
John A. Hartwell, Dr. and Mrs. Wnltcr
B. James, Mrs. Arthur Curtlss James,
Mrs. Edgar S. Auchlneloss, Mrs. William
Barclny Parsons, Mrs. Ellsworth Eliot.
Mrs. Henry Vlllard, Mrs. John S. Ken
nedy, Lieut, and Mrs. Henry A. Colgate,
Mrs. William Simpson Sloan, Mrs. W.
Oilman Thompson, Mrs. Edward S.
Harkness, MrsJ George Emerson Brewer,
Mrs. Warfield L. Longeope, Mrs. Adrian
V. S. Lambert. Mrs. William It. Will
cox and Mrs. Thatcher M. Brown.
MANAGERS BAR EIGHES PRICES
Theatrical Producer Adopt itcio-
lotion Opposing Advance.
At the artnual meeting of tho Produc
ing Managers' Association at the Astor
Hotel yesterday afternoon a resolution
was unanimously adopted expressing
disapproval of raising theatre prices be
yond the present rates. It has been re
ported that nexA season some of the
lending producers of musical comedy are
contemplating charging $5 for their best
orchestra seats. Several of the man
agers Individually declared opposition to
s'uch a epurse, but yesterday's action
places the association as against the
Idea.
The officers were reelected, as fol
lows: President, Sam H. Harris! vlce
pr'eBldent, George II. Broadhurst; treas
urer, B. F. Roeder; secretary, L. Law
rence Wpber.
J. STEVENS ULMAN, ,
POLICE DEPUTY. DIES
Was in Charge of Home Ser
vice Department.
J. Stevens Ulman, Special Deputy Po
lice Commissioner, died yesterday at his
home. 24 East Eighty-first street, after
an Illness of threes months. He was S3
... . . - "
5 P"j5d. ?
years old.
deputy by Commbsloner Enrlght In the
autumn of last year and was placed In
charge of the home sendee dlrlslori ot
the department The .home service di
vision was organized originally for the
purpose of a cooperative store for
policemen, and shortly after ho was
placed In charge of It. Mr. Ulman or
ganized n movement, in and outside of
Box-inavo mnplieii wlth free unl.
forms, a free hospital and a free legal
bureau. Like all the Special Deputy
Police Commissioners. Mr. Ulman served
without salary.
Mr. Ulman was president of the Amal
gamated Leather Companies and a. mem
ber ot the f.'cw fork Stock Exchange.
He Is survived by his wife, three sons
and one daughter. Ho was a member of
the Manhattan, the New York Yacht the
Aero; the Automobile and the Turf and
Field clubs.
FRANK HALL KIItK.
Frank Kail Kirk, vice-president and
secretary ot the lighterage firm of
George L. Hammond & Co, 60 Wall
street, died yesterday of pneurhonla at1
the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs.
George L. Hammond, In Rye, N. Y, He
was forty years old ami was' a .grad
uate of Swarrhmore College nnd tbe
Pennsylvania College of Pharmacy. Be
sides his mother he Is survived by, his
wife, Jessie Hammond Kirk, four
brothers and a sister.
MI18. HENRIETTA T. MENTXEY.
MtbDLETOW.v, 'N. Y.. May 7. Mr.
Henrietta Turell Mcntley, noted con
tralto soloist who sang for many year
In New York churches, died here to
day." Faneral of Mrs. Gomper.
Funeral services for Mrs. Samuel
Gompcra will be held at 1 o'clock to
morrow afternoon Instead of at 11 A. M.,
as previously announced, at the Benedict
Funeral Parlors, 150 We Thirteenth
street" Dr. Stephen &. -Wise will officiate.
RUFUS B. COWING,
FORMER JUDGE, DIES
SCrVCU On JJCnCll Of COlU't OIS
Gcneral Sessions for
28 Years.
AIDEiTIN TWEED INQUIRY
Presided Over Mnny ' Impor
tant Trials, Including Man
hattan Bank Robbery.
Rufus a Cowing, former Judge of the
Court of General Sessions nnd for a I
generation one of the tending figures of
the New York bench, died yesterday
morning at his home. 302 Central Park
West. He xvns In his eightieth year
Judge Cowlrv was suddenly stricken
In his home Thursday. He fell to the
floor and did not regain consciousness.
It Is expected that his funeral will be
held Monday morning at the First Bap-
VliUI Wl, Ail VttU n M J U1U T vj -
ninth street, and that ho will be burled
in Woodlawn. His wife. Ave eons and
two daughters survive him. Edward IC
Cqwlng, his eldest son, Is Deputy Clerk
of tho Court of General Sessions.
Judgo Cowing came to.be known as
"the humano J idge" and was ona of the
most popular men who ever sat on the
bench In the Criminal Courts Building.
nurlnc fcU urvlM In fh Pnurt nf Hen-
oral Besslons he presided over many
trials of great Importance, among them
the Manhattan batik robbery and the
Cht!ne Cox murder cases.
He had the distinction, upon the con-1
cluelonofbls flrVinrJrJ"hv!jOHN9TON.-On Friday. May 7, 1S20.
Sl.wbe,'X '".r'Jl Viola A., beloved W& of George W.
cartles. and In the election that fol
lowed he received 272,000 out of a total
of 280.000 votes cast,
Judge Cowing waa born In Jamestown,
N. Y., May 28. 1S10. He came of a
family of Judicial officers, three of hi
nearest relative having served In the
high courts of other States. He at
trnded school In the eastern part of the
State and In 1881 was graduated from
the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. For
a short time he worked a a bank clerk
in n York, anil then decided upon the
''sMiyM.M;
il.UtmnM nt lirvo VlV ft Vllff lYlfl"
jorlty. The next year camejil election
to the bench, on whth W served for
twenty-eight years.
I t0 th(j practl30 ot law wlth his
son. Rufus B. Cowing, Jr. In the erTort
tnr t,Li niHinn tha Inwvera who had
practised buforc him In the Court of
General Sessions, headed by District
Attorney William Tra vers Jerome, signed
an appeal to the public, which was In
effect a testimonial to Judge Cowing
long rvlce. '
Judgo Cowing was the Republican
member of the Alaermanic oouy av
nointed to investigate the Tweed ring.
i '
BIRTHS.
PINCICNEY. To Sir. and Mrs. C. Cotes
worth PInckney of 611 West 112th
st., a daughter, at Lylng-In Hos
pital, May 6. (
DIED.
Rarton, Iasblla T.
Behrmann, A. M.
Boohm. Wll'InmJ.
Canary, Hortense
Carson, William M.
Choate, Anna M.
Clarke, George H.
Johnston, Vlo'a A.
Kirk. Frank H.
Krems. Mary J., V
Langhlrt. Dora O.
Lieber, David.
Lydecker. Charles E.
MacNnmee, Julia 8,
Mentlev. IL T.
Conger, Sidney S.
Cowing, Rufus It "VO'Toole. M. Gonxnga
Cowp"rthwa!t, M. J. Oxley. Edward M. '
Dart. Henry Preston. William D.
la vies. Jullen T. Rellly, Hugh J.
Draper. Wallace W, Reullng, Henry A.
Dunn, Catherine L. Sparrow, Harry L.
Fisher. F. W. Stafford. Alice .
Herdtfelder, L. E. Ulman. Julian a
Jaffray. John W.
In Mem or! am.
Frecdman. Frank F.
BARTON. At the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Barton Cuyler, Isa
bella T., widow of John Barton of
-San Francisco, CaL Interment at
San Francisco.
BEHRMANN. On May , 1920. at 'her
residence, 814 Garden st, Hoboken,
N. J., Anna M., wife of the late
Dledrlch Behrmann, In, her 79th
year. Relatives and friends, also
Ladies Aid Society of St. Mat
thews' Church, are Invited to at
tend funeral services, oo Sundav,
May 0, at 2 P. M., at St Mat
thews's Lutheran Church, Hudson
nnd 8th sis., Hoboken.
BOEHM. At 'Snranac Lake, May 5,
1920, Lieut William Joseph, son of
Mary and Samuel Boehm, served
with the Mexican Expeditionary
Forces, Company F, 22d Infantry,
and A. E. F. with Company C. 107th
Infantry. Funeral from F. A, Neu
bert 6 Son's Chapel, 600 Melrose
nv., on Sunday at 2 P. M.
CANARY. Hortense. Jtj yeara, sn
May 7. 8:4S A. M. Funeral service
Sunday. May 9, 10 P. M.. at resl-l
dence, 1343 sjui st., tsorougn Park,
Brooklyn.
CARSON. On May 7. at his residence,
149 East 37th, William Moore Car
son, son of the late Joseph and Ma
tilda G. Carson. Notice of funeral
hereafter.
CHOATE. Suddenly, at Amltyvllle, N.
Y- on May 6, 1920. Anna M. Choate.
In the 61st year of her age. .Funeral
service will be held at her late resi
dence. Louden Hall, Amltyvllle. on
Saturday, May 8, 1920. at 2 P. M.
CLARKE. At Lakewood. N. J., on
Thursday, May 6, 1920, George Her
bert, husband of Elizabeth Drum
mond Clarke and son .of the late
Georgo D. Clarke, In the 41th year
of his age. Funeral services at his
late residence, 613 Madison av.,
Lakewood, N. X. on Sunday, May 9,
at 4 :30 P. M. Train leaves Liberty
st. C. It R. ot N. J, at 2 :10 P. M.,
and returns 7 :S5 P. M., new, time.
Interment at . Woodlawn, N. Y.,
Monday morning, 11:30 o'clock.
CONGER. At his residence. 430 West '
itih iht, Rv. Rldnev Roihorv h...
iisin . i uu , t-., uri.1,1 v .tinv
band ot Augusta Jennings CtXKer. I
Funeral services will be held -U tho
chapel of the Union Theological
Seminary, 120th st and Claremont
av, Saturday. 1 P. M.
COWING. On Friday. May 7. 1320, In
his 80th year, Rufus B. Cowing, at
his residence, 302 Central Park
West Funeral service at the First
Baptist Church,, Broadway and 79th
st, on Monday, May .10, at 10
o'clock. Interment private,
COWPBRTHWAIT. At Summit. N. J..
on Friday. May 7, 1920, Mary Jo
sephine Nichols, widow of Bernard
Morgnn Cowperthwalt. Services
and Interment private. Janbury
(Conn.) papers please copy.
DART. Henry, on May 6. Services
The Funeral Church (Frank E.
x Campbell), Broadwsy, 61th at,
Sunday, 11 A-M.
DIED.
DAVIEa Suddenly, Jullen Tappan,
May 6, at Boston, of embolism, In
his 75th year, son of the late Judge
Henry E. Davtes and Rebecca Tap-
.. - ( , nmj
i un. funeral services uiai-u
Churchvnt 10 A. M. 'Monday, May
I ltV Trtfimiinl nt Hnlrnwnn.
DAVIES. Jullen T, Suddenly, at Bos-
ton. Mass.. May (. 1910.
Defendant Association, 22d Corps'
of Engineers. Members are notified
of tho doath of our late comrade,
Ju'.lcn T. Davles. Funeral services
to bo held at Grace Church, New
York city, Monday, May 10, 10:30
A. M. Burial at Great River, U I.
V. S. Confow, President,
F. James .Parks, Secretary.
DRAPER. Thursday, May 6, 1920. at
Ashevllie, N. C cx-Lleut. Wallace
W. Draper, U. a A., In his S2d xear,
of pneumonia. Funeral services nt
Atlanta, an. Interment private.
DUNN. At her jcHdence, 162 West
?? st.. New York city, tainenne
TnATltwmKla
dJ'cd Tn f "m P-
f" Don". ""da'hlfr,rahy
Mnss a Nar" hurc,h0'
h Amsterdam av 10
AM
FISHER. May 7, Frederick W. Fisher,
Funeral nt chapel of Stephen Mer-
rUt. IlurIa, and Crcmatlon Com-
nany m m . corncr i8th 8t
Sunday, 10 A. M.
HEitDTFELDER. Suddenly, on May 7,
Lizzie Ii (nee Krueder), widow of
George Herdtfelder and mother of
Augusta E. Brown. Funeral ser
krs at her Into residence, 2503
Marlon avM Fordham, Bronx, 8 P.
M., Monday. Burial at 3 P. M. on
Tuesday, May 11.
JAFFRAY. On May 6. 1920. John
i Woodrlff, In his 38th year, at the
home of his mother, Mrs. Howard.
8. Jaffray, 102 Prospect Park West,
Brooklyn. Funeral private.
Johnston, aged 33 years. Funeral
services at her late residence, 3313
Ollnvllle av,, Bronx, on Sunday,
May S, 1920, 3 P. M. Interment at
convenience of family.
KIRK. Frank Hall, husband of Jessie
Hammond Kirk, suddenly, of pneu
monia, , at his home, Rye, N. Y In
his 41stv yea'r. Funernl service pri
vate, 2:30 P. M. Sunday. Inter
ment at convenience ot family.
KREMS. Suddenly, on Tmirsday, May
6, 1920, Mary J. Krems. of 207
'West 106th st Funeral service nt
150 West 13th st, on Sunday, May
9. at 2 P. M. Interment at Balti
more, Md, on Monday. Baltimore
(Md.) papers please copy. -
LANGHIRT. Dora G. (nee Wefer), on
May 6. Services May 9, 2:30, at
Bethany Lutheran Church, Teas
dale place.
LIEBER. David. Chapel Stephen Mer
rttt Burial and Crcmatlon-Co., 191
8th av., corner 18th st
LYDECKER. At his residence. 11 East
31st st, New York city, on May C.
1920, Charles Edward Lydecker,
g husband of Josephine Batjer. Fu
neral service nt St. James's Eplsco
7al Church, Madison av. and 71st
at, Saturday afternoon. May 8, at
1 o'clock. Interment private.
' The Associate Alumni of the Col
lege of tho City of New York an
nounce with profound regret the
death of their former president.
Col. Charles Edward Lydecker, of
the class of 1871, trustee of tho col
lego and formerly chairman of It
Board of Trustees, nnd request the
alumni and former students to at-
- tend his funeral as announced In
the column. Lee Kohns, '84, Presi
dent The Holland Society of New York
announce with sorrow the death of
- Charles Edward Lydecker, a trus
tee of this society, on Wednesday,
r- "May 6, 1920. Member are request
.' 'tedf'ti-attend tho funeral services, nt
,St, Jamcti's Episcopal Church, Mad
.leonav." and 71st st, Saturday
afternoon, May 8, nt 1 o'clock.
Arthur H. Van Brunt President
Frederic R. Keator, Secretary.
MacNAMHE. Julia S.. May 7,- widow
of Franklin MacNamee. Services
at 32 Carroll st., Yonkers, N. Y.,
' Mondcy, May 10, 2 P. M. vlnter
menf at Falrmount Cemetery, New-
4 ark. N. J.. at convenience of family.
MENTLEY. On May 6, 1920, at her
reslde'fice, Mlddletown, N. Y.. Hen
rietta Turrell, beloved wife of Har
mon F. Mentley. Funeral service
at her lato residence on Monday,
May 10, 2 P. M. Interment at El
lenville, N. Y.-
O'TOOLE. On Thursday evening. May
6, Mother M. Sonzaga OToole. Re
quiem at Mount St. Ursula, Bed
ford Park, on Monday, May 10, at
- 10 o'clock.
OXHLEY. At his home. 226 New York
av., suddenly, on Thursday, May 6,
1920, In his 59th year, Edward M.
Oxley, beloved brother of Clarence Ai
Oxley. Funeral service will be held
at Greenwood Cemetery Chapel. 5th
av. and 26th St.. Brooklyn. Monday,
May 10, at 3 P. M.
PRESTON.
Veterans of the Seventh negl
ment, N. G. N. Y. Members are
requested to attend the funeral ser
vices of William Duncan Preston
(Ninth Company) at Campbell'
Funeral Church, Broadway and
66th St.. on Saturday, May 8, at 13
o'clock. Wlllard C. FIsk. President
Headquarters Old Guard. 307
West 9 1st St.. New York, May 7,
1920. Members are requested to at
tend tho funeral services of our
lato comrade, Capt William D.
Preston, at Campbell's "Funeral
Church, Broadway at 66th st, on
Saturday, May 8, at 12 o'clock noon.
Edward H. Snyder, Major. Com
manding. W. A. Darner, Captain,
Adjutant
REILLY. On May 6, at 2202 Andrew
av., Bronx. Hugh Joseph, beloved
husband of Annlce C. Rellly. In his
76th year. Funeral, Monday. May
10 at 9:45, Requiem mass Church
of St Nicholas Tollentlmc, Fordham
road and Andrews av., at 10 A. M.
Interment Calvary Cemetery. Au
tomobilo cortege.
REULINO. Our beloved father, Henry
A. Reullng, May 5. Funeral. ser
vices to be held ot funeral parlor,
corner 43d st and 8th av.. Satur
day. May 8. at 1 :15 P, M. Interment
Evergreens Cemetery.
SPARROW. May 7, 1920, Harry
Sparrow, age 44 years, survived by
three sisters, Jessie, Elizabeth and
Mrs. Grace Hickman. Funeral ser
vice' at his late residence. 611 West
127th st, Sunday evening, 3 o'clock.
Interment private.
. ,
STAFFORD. Alice, on May 7. Ser
vices The Funeral Church (Frank
K. Campbell). Broadway. 6Sth st,
Sunday. 1 P. M.
ULMAN. At his residence, 21 East
81st st. on Friday, May 7, Julian
Stevens Ulman, husband of Ger
trude O. Barclay, In the 55th year
of his age. Funeral service will bo
held at St. Bartholomew' Church.
Park av. and 61st st, on Monday
morlng. May 10, at 10 o'clock.
European papers please copy.
iN MEMOKIAM,
FREEDMAN. Frank F. Freedman.
whoso kind, loving and righteous
young life was so abruptly ended
May 8, 1913, lives sweetly in our
memories, always and forever, never
to part Tour Mother, Sisters and
Brothers:
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