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2 KILLED, 11 HURT IN
MOTOR RAGE SMASH
Hnprhcy Hughes Meets Death
When Gnlvln'8 Car Crashes
Into Press llox.
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CHEVROLET WINS K KM
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English Driver Led I niontowii .
Field When His Machine
Hit Guard Itail.
Oniontow.v. t'a Dec. 2. UaMon Wei-
ni ann numir.v nuh
Frank Calvin probably was mortally tn-
Jured and a number of other persons '
were less seriously hurt near the end or i
the Universal trophy automobile race at
the Unlontown speedway late this after
noon. Herbert Kmltli. n Pittsburg news
paper man : Montgomery Mcl'ormlck. a
constable on duty at the track : Donald
Burner, Rlchaid Adams and Kdward K.
Kovet of New York: nlchard Spavin,
Pltteburg; Elmer Putnam, Unlontown;
U H, Conger, Akron, Ohio : .1. J. Daugh
frty, PltUburg; E. I.. Myers, Plttsburr.
all spectators, were among the Injured.
Adams suffered severe Injuries about the
head and body.
Hughes had run his car into the gti.it d
rail near the ecnfl of the speedway on i
the alxty-second lap of the race liet'ituee 4
of engine trouble and had walked to Ihe
press stand when Uiilvin came tearing
down the track. When utmoM opposite .
the itand tlnlvln seemed lo lose control
of his car. and It shot with lightning
1 ... n.. ....it, ml '
peed toward the stand which Hughes
had reached scarcely u moment berore.
Bnrned In the Wreckage.
Hughes saw his dniur. but had no'
rh.nr. t.. r.inp. fr he. with tlalvln
ana W.Url ti,.lvln'H mlunle. were In.
Until' bulled In the wreckuje. Persons
on the stand eie knocked down by the
Impact, Smith being caught In the spltn-1
tartar timbers. When ihe -tne.i nere
picked up It was found that Hushes and
Welgel had been killed and (i.ihln so
seriously Injured tlmt It was feared he,
could not survhe. j
Since the o.Klilm: ef the speedway.
November 2t last, four men have been
k.'lled and seveial Injured. During the
sliced trials last Monday two men weie "cw oik. Her only attendant was her
killed when a car swerved and rolled to Utile niece. Miss Kvelyn Walker. Hanlel
the bottom of the saucei. The follow- dn llalmhausen, counsellor of the c.n
Ing day. II. Van Loan of New York and baesy. was best man.
Zvt (tnrlnrer of 1,'ninntown were sell- The bible mid bridegronin started In
ously Injured by the skidding of a car
Into a group of officials tlmlnj the '
Chevrolet Winn the Ktrnl,
Laula Cheviolet of tienevr. Switzer
land, won the feature event of to-day's
card of lt:'i miles. Ills time was 1 .
hour H minutes I2'j second. Hu.thee
led up to the thirty -second lap, where
Chevrolet caught and passed him. hold
ing hla lead for one Up, when Hughes
again went tu the f i out. Dave Iwls of,
California went Into the lead In the
thirty-fourth lap, but was quickly dis
placed by Hughes. The latter continued
lr. the lead until the lxty-.'ecoirl round,
when he crashed through a guard rail
and out of the running. A moment later
Frank Oalvln crashed Into the tircss box, 1
sustaining probably mortal InJurU. Af
ter the accident to Hughes's car Chevro
let regained and held the lead to the end
of the race.
Summary of universal trophy nice:
Louis Chevrolet won, time 1 .It .12
$1,000; Dave Lewis, second, ltlflftftij,
$700; Ralph de Piilmii. third, I:!?:
& 1-1E. $500. Barney Newgard. 1 :25:00,
$400; Milt McBrldc. fifth. 1:25:1$. $300.
A dealers' iacc of forty-eight miles
for a prlic of $10n was won by L. I
KetteVmuii of Pittsburg, time. 50 min
utes 44 seconds . F M. McCarthy, second,
and W. L. Uoblusnii, third.
HEW PLAY FOR FRENCH AID. j
"Jtaaiir tl'Arc nt Vauinulrura
t. Mnrk'ii llnll.
A most interesting dramatic announce-
ment comes from the church of St. t
Mark's In the Bnuwerle, tu the effect
that on Monday and Tuesday evenings
In St. Murk's Hall "Jeanne d'Arc at
Vaucoiileuts." a poetic drama In three
acts by Will Hutclilus. will be given In
conjunction with the Jeanne d'Arc cele
bration which Is being observed. The
play Is produced now for the first time
In flew York, but It hn been received
elsewhere with enthusiasm,
Mr. Hutchlns I directing tint plav
Miss Dornllo Turner, who Is lememhered
as C7pfriniirtni to Mrs. Cnburn's .7rc
tin, abd was last seen here In ".Marie
Odlle," will play the pait of .eniuie.
Lionel Biaham, w ho was l'i norous in
Oranvllle Barker's "Androclet and the
Lion" and CnHImn In the Shakespeare
Maaque last summer, will play (be patt
of Itobert ilr Ihiuiliirdnil. and Mr
Hutcnlns will play Jmu le Melt:. Other
parts will be pla.veil by John (loldett,
Carroll Blent Chlltun, Paul Hnwkes,
MVa. P. Slzer Casldy mid Miss Lena Wll
son. The prollts of the play will he for
the relief of tuberculosis suffereis In the
31 A Ml).
SEIDKLl, llil.UI!. Uu Suwniiirr
1911. st Ihe 1 'ntisreg illnnal I'liunll.
tiller IMge X. .1 ! Tie Iie VV . K.
Pulltiii Minerva liitrh.in Tnh r nf
Itlier IMge. N .1. o Chtrlf. Kre.lnlil,
Reldell nf Neu Vni.'t 1 Ii.
BLOOPOOOli On .Nuvi'iitber 5". IJIi,.a M
daughter nf the Uio Kre-man Illou.l.
Jperilera In Chapel of t lie v nslilitcton
Belihls llnpil.t Olnirrli. lljth trtt
and Convent ti.nur, on Monday, De
cember i. SI I" SK A. M.
COOK. At fiill'liurv. (nan. mi I'rldsi.
Decrmlier I. M.irlln It I'miU nf
ttnv untie. S' .1
GAUNT- Al III. re.nleine. it West Klf
tit h sireel. mi Saturday, lieieinlivr .,
UP'., .lame Haunt
Kellre of funeral lierenfler It Is ie
tiaested that no Ibiwers he k-ni
OUIl.ill'.l'.l' (la lieci'inlnr I, I3M, Krnr.t
1'. llnllli'Ti, hepived hiinlinnil of anna
K. (iLdhtrt rsed C mri
Funelat service at hi lale reililente,
;J llldni' slrtei. Newark. N. J., Sun
day, IK'ieinti-r 3. it 1.11 I' .M Inter
ment at tnnvinlenie of family Klntllr
KEMP Suddenly al hn rtsldencr, tu
Park .n mi ik, I'.nnllne v. Kemp, ulla
nf the late .Inliu II Kemp,
Funeral servpe .11 th- t'hurth of 'he In
larnatlmi, Thlriy-nfih streei ami Mud.
Uon avenii". nn .-1 1 1 n 1 0 y . December 1
tt :ns I'. M.
MKtlltll.U - Kledcr.l I. I.llllre 1 iinlUoii,
uiblei, ) nil the :llli nf Nnveuiher In
Ui. Anaele. in lu, fWlv-nMi ,eni
Tuneral on ,iie.,a .it pini'v Chun h,
t It n'plnclt
-New York .Girl Is Married
Phralclaa of Ray re, Pa.
Miss Emily Franklin Baker, daughter
of the late Mr. and Hra, Thomaa H.
llaker of this city, wae married to Dr.
Donald Uuthrle of Sayre, P-. yeaterday
afternoon In the Church of the. Heavenly
Heat by the Kev. W. M. Weir, rector of
the Church of the itedeemer of Hayre.
The bride entered the church with her
uncle, Herbert llaker, who save her
away. She wore a gown of white eatln
lomoinfo wiin miver lace ttnu tune
caught up by clusters of pearl. The
I Kown had a long court train or satin em
I broldcreil with near), over which fell a
H tulle held by a band of pearls.
wllh ornn b.0Mom ei,her side ot
i ne head, Hlie carried a shower uouquei
of white orchids and lilies of the valley
ii ml worn at the cartage a platinum
brooch set with diamond, a gift ot the
Mrs. Itobert E. Klser. the only bridal
attendant, wore a gown of amber In
i tlesctnce romblned with brown tulle und
i,r - i. i.iv.i rii.iu,,. .ii- iit ,
npouO with the gown, as topped with
yellow paradise plumes, and she carileit
uuqei "i jeuon- orcniu aim rueoiu,rir huhit t0 neglect him. as well he
Dr. Malcolm O. (luthrle acted as hi.
brother's best man. The ushers were
Itobert It. Harvey, Harold Klchmond
Talbot, William M. Klncke, J. 11. Wade,
Jr., Dr. H. D. Molyneux, Dr. W. E l.und
bind, Frank B. Harris. C. Mahlon Kline,
Lionel Willing and William W. Welsh. Jr.
A reception followed at Sherry's.
After a Southern trip Dr. Guthrie and
his b.'lde will go to Sayre, Pa.
VON SCHOEN BIRNEY.
Merman Kmbassy Official
Washington, Dec. 2. Miss Catherine
Ulrney, daughter of the lale .Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Wells Ulrney, was mar
rl. , ., ...... vnn Sl.h. ... ,
'rlns secretary of the Herman Kmbaesy,
at nnon to-day In the home of the bride's ,
sister. Mis. Harold Walker, on Sheridan
Tne ceremony was performed In the
- rchence of n "small but distinguished I
company. Including the Herman Ambas-1
sudor and Counttss von Bernstorff. the
iiiaijci; ,i .iiitncs ui jiu..irii!'iuiift.ii?
and Baroness Zwledlnek. the Charge J
d Affalrrs of Turkey und Mme. Hussein.
the Bulgarian Minister and Mme. Pana-
Cli.nge d'AITnltes of Austria-Hungary
reiuu, ine memucis 01 ine man ui ine
Oeunaii ICmbasy and of the Austro
lluiuuilan Kinbassy and the most Inti
mate friends of the bride and bridegroom
and the former's relatives.
The bride was given In marriage by
her guardian. Dr. II. W. Drummotul of
me afternoon for .New orn. wnere tney
will make a shoil vls'.t before go.ng to
the lirldrgroom's new pol of duly
Herrptlon Knllona Ibr Weil din if
l. TliiMnni'a rhnrcli.
Miss Dorothy Jackson, daughter
Mrs William II. Jackson of 454 River
side Drive, was married to liar wots I
Ulliler yesterday afternoon In the chan
try of St. Thomas's Cnur.-h by the Rev.
Dr Kmest M. Stlie. rector nf the,
church. The bilde was escorted to the
altar by her uncle. Frank B. Kimball of
Boston and was given away by her
mother. She wore a gown of Ivory white
satin combined with silver filet lace. The
gown was finished with a court train or
namented with orange blossoms, and her
veil was of tulle She carried a Iwuquet
of lilies of the valley.
The bridal attendants were Miss Doi
olh Cod inn ii of Brookllne, Mass. . tint
Misses Barbara Sherman and Charlotte
Hllder. M!i5 Codman wore a gown of
pale blue liberty satin ornamented with
pink roses, and the others weie diessed
In pink satin with touches of pale blue.
,t" carrying bouquets of pink ioes.
Francis II. Dean was the het man, and
j cooper. Sydney (i. Kelly nnd C. Roliert
the ushers were J. 11 liny t. Jr.. Samuel
i ne ceremony was oiioweu uv a large
leceptlon In the ballroom of the Hotel
Hotham. After an extended weddlnir trln
Mr. and Mrs. (Slider will live In this ilty.l
,iob tletiiii rrn.
Miss Sara Rosamond Mctiovein.
t'aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas it.
Mctlovrrn, formerly of New York, was
n.irrleil i eutprrtnv In tllpliartl MlaitliAi,
Noxon of Toronto. Canada, at Cauda-'
larla Cathedral. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil.
Mr and Mrs. Noxon stnrted after the
wedding for New York, where they will I
be nt home at the Hotel Netherland after Illinois, had luought from home w be
December 25, 1 used on Mr Wilson n occasion offered.
, 1 With a graceful glide shortly befole
PAUL ROCKWELL TAKES BRIDE. ' and set off to meet the President's yacht
J at Itedloe' Island, Mrs Horusby wa
tioerlenn antl Mllr.Jcnune Leygoes ' nl the wheel, and Mrs, Blair in the pa
Weil lii p.rl. seiiger's seat gtnsped a handful of iietl-
reef Vahle ttetpaleh lo Till So
Paws, Dee. 2, The civil mairlage of
Paul Rockwell, brother nf Klffln Rock
well, the dead American aviator, and
Mile Jeanne Lygues took place to-day
In the malrle of the Seventh nrrutullsse
ment. The witnesses for the bridegroom weie
the Vicomte du Pelou and Sergeant
Ml friiuHI. nu American aviator. The
licet man was the Vicomte (Icorges de
Fniitcnalllee The vvtne.ies for the
bride were Paul Heschaiicl and (Icn. De-
poll. Tlie bridesmaid was Mile, Mar
gueille Affont Among those present
wete Mis. Alice Weeks and two former
comrades of the brldegtoom In the For
eign Legion, Frederick W. Zlnn and II,
I.. CliHtkoff. and the Dowager Mar
chlcnewt of Anglesey.
The lellgious ceremony will take place
In St. Clothllde's nu Monday. The hon
eymoon will be spirit at the l.eygues
house at San Raphael.
III'. Ite.i Holds In Weil Vila. Wallace.
Miss Helen Wallace, daughter of Mrs.
William Copeland Wallace, will be mar
ried in Dr. Il.ury Kelchner Reynold on
Saturday evening, December Hi, In the
home nf her mother. fi7 (laics avenue.
Ilrooklyp Miss Wallace Is a daughter
of the late (icn, Wallace, a former inenv
bi'i nf Cnngicss, and was presented at
the Court of St. James's In 1905. Dr
l(c iiolilt was graduated from the Belle-
lie .Medical College In KOII.
't he rngageit.e ,' (if Miss I lur.cl Mae-
shall, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Waldo1
II. Maiehall of 7."..', Park avenue, to Tate
llo sienttt. va announced by her
ir.nthet yesterday ill a luncheon given at
Shcriy's Miss .Marshall was Introduced
in .New loll- Mr.
Mr. sterreti, who comes
nut). ,i. attended tlx
r.oir n.itii count). ,i. attended llic
r.uvcrritv nr viiginia. The wedding win
Ml. e place in Ihe spilng,
Mr mid Mis Paul Cosier nf this city
have alinoumed ihe engagement of thelt
d.iughU'i, Miss Alice Coster, to Jamei
M Webster of Ihl clly.
Mr and Mrs, John W Casllear of
lirool.l) n havn iiunuuuceil the engage
iiii'ii of their daughter, Miss Cirace Cage
Caulli'Hi. to Charles I', Burr, son of the
lale Charles Sumner Buir nf Brooklyn,
Dr and Mm. Frank Klliiworth Shaw
of Ul Convent avenue, have announced
the engagement nf their younger daugh
ter, Miss Mary Braman Hhair, to Hui
hert Dickson Bowman of this city.
WIND BRINGS DOWN
SUFF BIRD WOMEN
Attempt to Shower Wilson
With Petitions From Fem
inine Voters Fails.
BI MPS ONLY OASI ALTIES
Biplane Lies Broken Winded
in Staten Island Swamp
After Short Flight.
The stiffraglat earnestly hope that
President Wilson will please excuse them
f"' 'Mint I" Join In the welcome which
New York gave him yesterday. It Is not I
" ",u" " '
not seeing them hovering around
as usual with their little reminders that ,
the Busan R Anthony amendment Is
waiting to be pushed through Congress, i
Well, they tried to hover all right, J
inea it in a Dipiane; out tne nign winu
was too much for even the valiant surfs,
and to-day the biplane lies broken
winged In a Staten Island swamp, the
decorations and votes for women peti
tions lie scattered, and Mrs. Rlchberc
florrfthy of Chicago and Mrs. John Hlalr,
the surf bird women who set out to
hover above the Mayflower, sit sadly nt
..v.,... ..u..-... ,1 . . T. II. u I ,.,, IIV U,I1I0 (.Mil,
the harder spiritual anguish of knowing
, " ' VT. "'
.. n,ui, liunil l
os .Mrs. Carrie Chapman Call,
president of the National Woman Suf
pwiueni or, 1 , "V1 ' ,ma". "V
Association, who thought of the
plan. .Mrs. .'"ntt has become quite mill-
,nnl l-tcly. having acquired a sleeping
I'orcli In the Washington N. W. S. ..
headquarteis and In other nys hnvliig
shown that the National appreciate the
value of plcturesqueiieis.
And when she J
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heard that Mr. Wilson wa eomln to
New York to see the Hoddess of Liberty
)lhted up she decided to tike the op.)
oortunltv to remind the Chief Hxecutlve
once more that u few million 'goddess.. '
woiklng In fnctoile and cooking for
men and so on In the United States ,
..l.ld like the lllrty of the ballot.
llnth I. art Declines. I
"llow'll we get past the secret service
men"" asked the national board
"Airship, of course," said their leader
Ml Ituth Law was first approached,
Would she serve the cause of her e
)y dropping some yellow petitions on
,he presidential head from her aero-
i Mis I.iw was soiry, hut she had
I another engagement, mid couldn't My
'twice In one day Then prot identliitly
Mrs. Rlchlierg lUiinsby appeared on the trlct Ceorge 11. Francis. Republican, re.
'scene, petite, plucky, brunette, holding , celved 12.o4 votei and Thomas Patten
I" In her hand the nil around aviator's . tl,t. present Representative anil the Ocm
license she won a month ago w hlc'i oeratlc candidate . r.-elvt II l ?.;n. fatten
entitle her to My as a Lieutenant m ha serve-.l notice that he vv ill contest the
oil ihe C.ov eriiment's service In c.ise of I Atn,i..
, - -- - T-,-I.,l.,)f
,v"r. . , . In the Sixth .n-emVv dltrlct Nathan
"In.s 1 war for woman. rls.its. said fcriman. itecnt Republican AssembU
Mn HoriKh) "I am proud lo My for ,,, ,laH u(,a ,,,.,.,, ...,, for
"Karl-. 'e"teid.ty Mrs. lloinsby nil
her blpl ne weie on the Meld at .'lrt
land Reach. Mis. Wllba r (I t Wlllenx. I
wife of the president of the Ito.inl of
Falucatlnn und leader nf the Staten Island
surfs: Miss Kllsabeth N Willcox. Mrs.
F.-edeilck F.dey. Mrs. K R, Strange,
Mrs. A J Newbury, Mls Helen M. Oak
le.v. Mis, C. K. Slmonson. Miss Blanche
Todd, Miss Amy B, Blake and Mrs
John Blair, nil ardent surfs, were there
to wlh er godspeed In her mission of
ti'mg to icjch the Presidential hrni;
The weather man. who mut hive
bi-en tlxeil by the antl. was al"o there
with what was virtually a eale, but
M's tlotnsh) wan't to be frightened
Mis lllalr, who put through so ne of the
most startling stunts for the Kmplre
State campaign committee In t.ie suff
campaign of 1316, said she believed
go up, too Togged out In several
Livers of everything Uiat blnlwomell
'j. uh tiiutintuhn pitiMhr
'he two mounted the biplane, which was
decorated for the occasion
IIUKf Run iter nn
A huge banner with "Women Want
Liberty" on It In letters eo large that
Mrs. Call Mgured the President would be
,i.i n i. en... .1. t.,..nn.. ...
Several hundred yard distance, hung
irmii ice iiiier i.iiie nueiiiieis 01 j.-i-
low, tilue and white, the campaign colois,
Moated from each side. Aboard was n
cargo nf petitions from women voters
which .Mr. Hornshy. brrself a voter In
I Hons A shrill soprano clieet toe fiom
the watchfully waiting huITh, For a mile
or there i bout the biplane nosed Its way
' Into the teeth of the gale. Then the en
thusiastic yell of the group on the
ground changed to shrieks of ho'ior
"It's wabbling' It's coming down'
Thej'll be killed!" walled the surfs de
spairingly. "The banner's torn off'" cried Mrs,
Willcox, who nailed it on herself, and
sure enough the huge banner went Map-
' Ping awa to sea, while a jellow shower
oi peiiciou 10 inn ricsineni wmiicii
j through the atinnspheie.
I But the hlidwnmrn were not killed
Mir. Hornshy, feeling that mavbe after
all this wa mil a propitious time to ap
proach Mr. Wilson, returned lo laud with
mme haste than glace. The manner of
I their coming to earth was somewhat
mixed, hut as before related Ihe casual
ties were confined to bump to the lmh
anil self-respect of the two brave suffs
vim sought lo My
For Grip, Influenza
To break up a Cold, you don't
have to follow the old Imdi t inns'
""V V, ,0,,1;.,ne inllIIOBS,
a BOt fOOt bath, a hot lemonade,
hot flaxseed tea, a brisk puree,
, ,l,i S 0 i,i "
mpnthnl nil gnrav n rnld mm
; a "lenmoi on spray, a com com
press on the neck, an alcohol
The easy and quick way to
break up a Cold is to take!
"Seventy-seven" at the first
sneeze or shiver.- I
If you wait until your bones;
oegtn to acne, it win lane longer.
AU drug stores, ,25c, or mailed.
Haaspar s Hemttt. Msdlclae Ca., in
William Mtrtit, New York,
THE SUN, SUNDAY,
BAUER AND THIBAUD.
Pianist and Violinist Appear To.
aether In Programme of Klnr Music
UnrrJd flnuer and Jacques Thlbaud
ntmenred together Isxt evening nt Aeo
lian Hull In a programme of music for
piano and violin. l;acli or lhee instill
gulshtd artlM has been heard here 're
cently In recital and some three seasons
Hgo they khvc n Joint concert In which
they furnished not only soln but some
ensemble work of n very high order.
Their programme last night contained
three beautiful pieces of ihnmber music,
strong!)' contrasted. They weie the
sonata In 1) minor, opus 121, of Schu
mann ; Uratims's A major suuntit, opus
Inn, and the fantnlH In I'
159, of Schubert.
The two plavers gave a dtlluhtful n-r-
fornnnre of these composition. The
work of both pianist and violinist was i
Individually featured by n ravishing I
beauty of tone and color, ami together .
Ihey gave ail ensemble that wiis of inns
ttrly finish, of sympathetic understand
ing, balance, feeling and general siy.e.
Their performance was greatly applauded
h u large audience.
FIVE RECOUNTS ARE
CTTDD TUU V fAHMTV
UuilD 111 Ii . I . liUUn 1 I
J1(.J nt vre, Slindci'S.
Patten and Koseuhorj; to
The Hoard of Canvasers. which has1
been counting the otes cast In the re
cent election In New York county, an
nounced estenlay that all have been
counted with the xcciitlmi of the re-
""" r,.0M! Asse.nl.ly .lis-
r I' IltHI III 1 'III.. It.llIllIM ClIMl n'
York members of the National (Itlard
on duly at the .Mexican Inrder S;einl
important contests will be decided ny
the missing votes.
On the face of the returns Jamei A.
League candidate for Judge
of the Court of (lener.il Sessions, ha
defeated John K. Mclntyre. the T.tm-
'":,.nJ.,'' "i"' tr, .
;"';-;a for Delelni
,,,C"I,.-Y;- 1 'V
The vole now stand
inly and ln,2S3 for
nofllclatly the returns from
3"1 . "istrict give .Mclntre a
0yer Delehanty of ;iS. and It Is
' ,lla '. ' soldier vole Is equally
' vl.' .,A recount has been ordere.l by
J"? J ?r" "f he Mipreint- C(lllrt
Mej it London, the Socialist cnndlilnte
for t'ongress In the Twelfth district, ac
cording in piesent retuius. has been
elect. i! by a plurality of 33.1 lindnii
lecelved .!: votes. Leon Sanders.
Democrat. .-..?,.!. and Louis M Block,
Itejiubllcan. :f A teconnt will also be
taken In Ihl district
In the Twentieth Congiesslonal dis
trict Morris lldhiult Soc'-iP' receded
I,1S! vote. Isaac Slt:e, liepithllcnn.
t,53l and II. ,. ItornblHlt, I irinncrnt,
3.S1I1 Hill. mil has demanded a re-nu-i
In tile i:tghteenth Cnngrrsslnnil ill-
r.l met Rosenberg, Socialist, and J 1 4
for Henry llers'iknwltj. Democril Ro
senberg has iceived an order for a re.
rotll fr0n' JuM0, i..irn
Attorney tienerat W'nodhqrv has an
nounced that the Mini tabulation of the
votea cast In the rerent election will not
be made public until December 1! By
that time the vntin from the lllghth As
sembly district, which are held tin be
cause of trrois made by some of the
election Inspectors, nnd t'le loldlei vote,
will he In.
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
The M)nr nnd Mr Mi'e'irl l.ivp s tvpteti
the invitation nf the Vi'aunsio'i (i:,ne
Pl.iver. to nivupy a Ihix a! Il.c "nmedy
Theatre and lo wepfirie ihe .tupane-e tn
bi..i,Inr ho i. foninu Iron VVn.htrsinii to
lv "llll.hhio. the J.'l(,.llle phv on Ihe hill
i1' ' "n"'.',v , . , , ,
..Vo-ranime nl re . tin..' : VI... .Mannhe.n..;
H 2ivc at Ihe lrln-ei. The.itre Mii'd.iv
Ilriniher M lr.lrl .iiuhiM Allred Neje.
Itnlierl ,-iviee. ,nni Mewart Janir. Fr,ineis
liw)tr and Klennor iJile. will lie the author,
(Jenrae M Cohiin nii'ioiince. ihit Ilro.nl
.iy Jones" will Is- the h'-i of lit plaja
width he will prnduie fnr lh, motlnii pic
j lure. II will he ready lor re.. In fewu
' It otn lisotl Lril.ne uli.ih h,i. tieell pro
I 'd'tir'rj" ready rfor,l"eVueII.dIouiWChnVnn.
III rf.iiiitin.i in tne nini. .aonin: in- uorK
I ,' A"!"11'1!" Am",!1 I.V'T.i 'rlv,.l
, "r., Vr ,!,i 'iii i. mi mtroiin, inrv
pdilres hv drome IVtne'r nf t'hilnl. Iphla
William .'.iver.lMiii nill it'i'itr a war norm
Mile linriinl will nl.o rente, Mme llenii nt
the Oprra Co"iii.ir will eham Ihe 'Mat
-illsise" .ind llnth lli.u'er will ppprar in
krtih tailed eyive li I'rame '
WILIS AND APPRAISALS.
TI1K HKV THOMAS It sl.ll'l'.lt Hied Mai
l's, tSl. Net t.l.lle f-'l.HI ll.unld W Tty
Inr. nephew reteived t;:.' HerUri A T.ilor
.mil .vteihohn S Talr nephew, nili II il:
Dnrit Wartlner of ILunl'im Lake N V . nnl
reined $1 die. ami Mr. Kiitin K K.ler
s'ier ihe inionie triiin . durinz her life
ThTe weie .-(' I.ll nillinr heinie-l
aAMI'.o I'l'l.TON Died Si'imniner 'i;
Vet el. le .v;"l lint I: nl rtate ti.ied to
KII-11 Kiillnn. Arthur Fii'ton rhoiii.i. .1
Kultoii Mnrv T. Meeti.iti Kalhryii A Kullon
end Msmsri'l A Kiillnn etiddreu 01 dw nil m
Mi .mailer Iwuiie.l" weie made lo lneiult
and nt hi r rt I.1II1 1
Our nsscmblaRc of imported
novelties it truly exquisi c nnd
extensive. Equal in beauty nnd
usefulness arc domestic pieces.
Of rich brocaded rose or Copen
hagen silk, Rold lnce-triinmcd, me:
Desk Sets, $J to $8.
O d shnped flower vnsc,
75c to $3.75.
Telephone Pads. $1.50 to $4.50.
Book Covers, $.1.50.
Exquisite silks, delicnte shaded
flowers and roUI lacc-shapc handi
works typically French.
For instance Powder jnrs,
rnndlc stiiks, picture frames,
sweetmeat boxes, curiously shaped
baskets, vmcllinc, salts jars, trays.
As nilis. they are ttn
equalled; as values, as com
mcndable as their beauty.
6Mh to Mth Rt.
U Id At
DECEMBER 3 1916.
IN SHETANA MUSIC
Old Programme Piece "Wallen
stein's Camp" Fades Refore
The second afternoon concert' of the
lloMou Hyrmphony Orchestra took place
yesterday afternoon at Carnegie Halt,
The programme comprised the C minor
symphony of Ilrnhms, Smetana's sym
phonic poem, "Wallensteln's Camp":
Debussy's prelude to "IVApres mldl d'tin
Panne" and Clia brier's Spanish rlun-
It uum imrnrlnnal. 9nr .Via am
lomposltlon that It had to follow tho Harteilini ne. Mrs. Kugene ",''!' ."'
sjmphony of Ilrnhms. Kven the ciis-j.Mrs. .Inines Imbrle. Mrs. William t.
loinury Intermission of ten minutes w-.'hI Ivlsoti. Mrs. William 11. Low. .lr.. w.
noi Miitnclent to make one forget thitiileoige Low. Mis. Kdward . H. J.
lie ri-menibered. The "Wallensteln" I Vlrl.nr. Mrs. Thomas McK. Mclvee. .Mr.
imitlc I not played very often, while
. . . . . .. . .1
Minn i MI'J '1 U( ICIl, t IIIIU
'M""l,""y ls' Y"t ""' lat,er '" mun,,l
,l,TheV'mU0ofnlPOemis programme mu-1
sic of the oldest type, naive to the last
I degree. Of course, there are trumpetlnga
mid revelllngs and the dull beatings of
horses' hoofs and all the rest of It: but
of what use are such doings? In what
manner do they create the illusion of
..aiuiMiiy ins duiidii ajmpnvnj ur"
cr.estra can play the work aa well as I
It Is possible to play, but why do It at i
nil? It seema auch a waste of orchestra. VA1 t Determine Prettiest ll
Or was the sardonic Dr. Muck cunningly I 6" '
trying to show us that after all Ho- ""d Moat Popular llrlnirnl.
hernia was not much of a country? An stlempt will be made at the Pre-
Tlie French pieces on the list weie of Iin'trdnris tlnzaar to determine by ote
much better material, but hnve we not i Mf most popular regiment In the Na-':a-l
a least of thnt Faun of late? Why I tioual (Inure. The haxaar will be held in
must each conductor feel It Incumbent the Urand Central Palace December 11
upon him to trot out his own special I ( ;j under the auspices of u large nuni
brat'jl of afternoon atmosphere and hl . bet of patriotic and relief socleile A
on paiticulnr manner of entering l,nto hrorize statue. "Pro Patrla," by ArHlde
the subtle soul of the wild thing of the Ctolsy, will be given to the winning legl
wood"' Tliere has been n plethora of ment.
till French Peter Pannliw. We grow' Another contest ttlll be for the prct
weary of the oaten flute und the sour tlesl gill, who will be designated All's
grapes. Preparedness. The largest cliles of the
Tlicie has been something of the country have been Invited to send on
Br.ihiu C minor symphony a'm. but their candidates,
this is a dry wine and doe not pall
upon the epicurean taste How often
l too often to listen to the tenth sym
p' ony" Has It a fellow outside the
nine of Beethoven? Dr. Muck conducts
It a If he loved It The Boftnnlan play
II a If Dr. Brains had got hl degree daughter. Miss Kvangellne Johnson,
from Cambridge Sometimes the good .Mrs. William C. De l-iiiey will give a
l Muck conducts without enthusiasm, the dansant at Sheiry's on Friday after
though never without lmfort ance. But . noon for her liaughter. Miss ironstance
R've oliu Brahm iincV he rles to hi Do l.ancy.
It He made rhe audience verv happy I Mr. Douglas Henry will give a
eteidiv. ' i luncheon on Wedneday for her dehu-
tante daughter. Mis Honor S. Ilenrv
Mil i-ii a r rir-c inr I"'"!' Ihe benefit of the Prosiiect Hill
Mil. ALUINli ! Atil. luy Nursery an entertainment will he
'given on the afternoon of December II
lleiiiif I r 1 1 llplnrd In Second
nnd l.t Heeltal of lesion,
Albert Spalding, the distinguished
Ameilc.in violinist, gave his second nnd
last recital of the present season w
terday afternoon In Aeolian Hall, lie
prescntr-J an excellent tirCKramnie. It
comprised Tartlnls O minor sonita
,, .. 1. .. i, , a ,,.
Ilac'is ;'.scl!ano' and allegro for violin I
alone. !-.iohts A minor concerto, (.e-
.angscene . .Mr. spaullng s own suite In ' lnay b, obtained of Mis Esther .1. Au
C. the "Andautlno Quletoso" of l-rnnck, , chlncloss, 33 Fast Sixty-seventh street.
Ihe "Rememberln-t" from Whiting's ,. Klngsley Porter will give a leeluie
tdano suite, "In the f-outh" Rothwell's , on medlieval art In France to-motrow
"Wiener ilriu-" and the tiolonalse In D i afternoon In the ball room of the Col-
f Wleni.ivvrk.v ony Club, through the lourtesy of Miss
There Is little new- which can be said .Marie La Mnn'agne and Ml Juliana
of Mr Spalding's art He Is a musician I'uttlng.
or very high Ideals and a player of tare Mr and Mrs. Cmll J. Slelill nf 13
and delightful accomplishment. His West Seventy-sixth stieel will give a
leadings are wont to be of Mne under- I reception on Saturday afternoon to In-slniallt'-j
and tnste. while Ills attributes trodiice her daughter Mis L.lly Mar
in execution eiicompiss with liberal ' R'lerlte fl'hll
,wr"' xjrl ,lfMUM" " ?- vn'Se. mArr
four -e. In violin technic. . flr. of the S.indi night imi!-
His work ..e a whole yesterday seemed t. ,),,, arllll,8, ,A .m.h .Mjrti,., SH(.
to Kite some unusual enjoyment to a , ,Vl'. t ,.. .Kl,t at Sherry .
; I'ge assemblage, and this was without ' Thn,. m .j,,,etf Include Mls.t
'oiibl temtiered with tesret that the ItPr u rosy so-v-ano . .lacques Till-
vbd.n.sl will not be heard leiain fat j.-iiil. violinist, and Robeil l.ortal
onie time In recital planlt Supper will follo.v the niu.:c
After the S.iohr rompiielllon Atr. and among thine who have secuted
Sp.ibllng gave a an extra number Schuoi tables are Mr and Mr .lame UMiie.
mann' "Aheiidlied" wltti exquisite feel-'.Mi and Mr John Louan. Jr. Robert
m'i .mil toml beauty Andie llenolst
pla.ved the accompaniments with h's
l.e IVcbeiira tie Prrles" Itepeatrd
Bizet's oteia "l.es Pecheurs de
I'erle" finally reached lis second per
furinauce nt the Metropolitan Opera '
lloue vesterdav afternoon. It was to
have been eunir on Wednesday. Novem-
ber 22, but had to he poMponed because
of Mme. Ilempel's lndlspoltlnn She
teat ared on Wednesday evening last
In "Lh Trsvlata" and was reatlv fot
vesterdav' performance. In which Mr
i'.uuso and Mr. tie l.uca also sang The
audience was large,
vl J !
384 Fifth Avenue
Telephone, Greeley 2044. Between 35th and 36th SUs.
KKEISLER TO OIYE RECITAL.
Will Play at Benelll for Winifred
Frlli Krelsler will give a recital Sat
urday evening, December 1, at Aeolian
Hall for the benefit of the Winifred
Wheeler Dny Nursery. Tickets may be
obtained from Mrs. W. Hoes Procloi.
32 Kast Thirty-ninth street, president
of the nursery.
The committee In charge of the en
tertainment consists of ,Mrs. Charles M,
Connfelt, chalrmnn: Mrs. Fiedcrlck i.
Delafleld, Mrs. Andiew Fletcher. Mrs. A.
IMwurd Klls. Mr. Hufus I,. Patterson,
Mis. Proctor and Mrs. Arnold Wood.
Of the association In charge of the
nursery Mrs. Henry H. Abbott Is vice
president i Mrs, Delafleld and Mrs. I at
terson are secretary and treasurer, and
on the committee are Mm. H. Hurnlisui
Moffat, Mis. Thomas W. lakeell. Mrs.
Donn llarber. Mrs. Anson McCook Beaid.
Mrs. Howard C. Brokaw, Mrs. t llffoid
Drokaw. Mrs. Kdwln Campbell, Mrs.
Thomas Denny, sirs, aioinunur .
! VI... .t.,,l.-uu. I.-Lt,'lie. Mm. .tallies Mott
lluw-.uil Townsend Martin. ii" '
,, , . .m. 1 1.. Tnurm.nil Mor-
""ii a m- U .
lJ7XMr"co"ta NlcholTMr" niarles
ogden. ' MrsJmil'lis0 Parker, Mrs. It.
Pleirepont. Mrs. William A. Keed, Mrs.
Arthur W. Hoalter, Mrs. Slyvanua I..
Schowimaker. Mrs. William C Pneio..,,
Mrs. Phillips B. Thompson. M. hib
mund S. Twining and Mrs. Arnold Wood
PREPAREDNESS BAZAAR IDEAS.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mrs. John W. Dennis will give a dance
at Sherrv's on January for her
at the home of .Mrs. II Falrlleld u
horn. 850 Madison uvenue. A number
of French artists will appear under the
direction of Kmtle Vlllemlu, among them
Mme, Jeanne Mnubourg, Celine Vllle
mlu. Madeleine d'F.splnoy, .Mine.' Iliiraln
ll.irrere and Beatrice Wood. Among
the paironessen ale Mmes. Hugh Au
cluncloss. Walter It. James, M Urine
vv iso u, jr.. liicnarn v v on. .-Maniey .
Mormpri ut.jj,,,!,, lirewster. Herbert
, s.,tM.ir. and Arthur Woods. Tickets
Wilson. Jr.. Richard C Colt. Stanley t
(ioelet. Pari Sinner Mi and Mr... lh'
Juulii Singer Mr and Mrs. Perrv Bel
man:, Mr, and .Mrs James I. llretse,
Mr. and Mr Otto II Kabn. the Mar
quis de I'nllgnac and Mr and .Mis
(icoiae Barton French.
A snle for the benefit of the D,u
rach Home for Crippled Chlldicn I"
lake place In the Waldorf-Astot In on
Friday afternoon Some of those In-
terested are Mrs.
Charts K. Warien
Mrs. Oram Squires. Mrs, Frank D Shei
man mid Mr. Sidney Klrkman.
Ml Adeline Townsend, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. J, Allen Townsend, will be
mnirled In Kdwln T Fov In SI Thorn-
as'. Chinch on January 3 V leieption
will follow at 237 Madison avenue.
larettes, Scarfs and Muffs.
Men's fur-lined Coats, Auto
mobile Kurs and (J loves.
Sfji Pnmplilel on Rrqirt.
SERVICE AT CHURCH
FOR MRS. BOISSEVAIN
Dr. C. H. Parkliurst Officiates
Here Funeral in Meadow
There was a brief service at the Madi
son Square Presbyterian Church yester
day afternoon at 2 o'clock for Mrs. Inez
Mllliollund llolssevaln, who died early
last Sunday morning In Ioi Angeles, Dr.
Charles II. Parkhurat, the pastor, offi
ciated, anil the quattet of the church
sung several selections.
Mis. Bolssevuln' body was not
bioughl to New York, but was taken to
Mesdowtnounl, In the Adirondack,
where the funerHl will be held to-mor-low.
Her father, John K. Mllholland, mid
her huband, Kugen Bolssevnln, are
there now, and Mrs. Mllholland, Miss
Vldii, the sister, and John K. Mllholland,
.lr . will go Io-iiIkIiI,
The Mini lice, sister nifll brother wt,e
at the services esteiday and a small
giotiit uf friends, Mrs. Walston I'll!
Urow.n and Mrs. Walter Prbseo
daughters of Col. Itobert (J. lngeroll;
Comnilsf loner of-Immigration Frederic
'. Howe, und others. There wero t!io
m.i'ds of the Mllholland hous-holii ard
In the back of the church eat several col
ored men whijm Mrs. Bolssevaln had
aided as a lawyer, giving her sercl-es.
Dr. Parkliurst flmt offered prayer, nnl
Ihen the quartet sang "O Ixjve Divine,
All Love Kscelllng." There was Snip.
lure leading, the Twenty-third Psalm,
and the passage beginning, "Lvt rot
)our heart be troubled." The flnpl son
was Tennyson's "Ooeslng th l!ir."
No announcement had been made of
the services and all day suffrage head
qiiurleiH were In lug called up by flor
ists who had lecelved orders from
friends of Mm. llolssevaln for flowers
to be sent, but they didn't know where.
Hill though comparatively few of the
Moral tributes reached the church there
were enough beautiful roses, asters and
lilies lo cover the rostrum nnd pulpit.
Some time tills week the National Con
giesslonal I'nlon for Women Suffrage
will hold memorial services for Mrs.
Holsofvalu In the Church of the Mes
siah. JWDY AT WESTPORT.N. Y.
I'mieral to He Held Tnesln With
llnrlnl nt l.rnli.
WisrroHT. N Y.. Dec. 2. The casket
tontalning the body of Mrs. Inez Mill
hid'aml llolssevaln, draped In the foldJ
of the Mag of the L'nlted State. and
ban'ted wlib lloweir, arrived here at
i. oon iinlij aid was taken to her sum
mer home, where she bail passed much
or her .voung life.
The fiineial will be held Tuesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock from the little white
Coiisregatlonal Church at Lewis, where
.Mrs. Bnlsevain's kinsfolk from the
time of her grandfather lud worshipped
and fioui which they had been burled
The Mig with which the casket was
drapeil was the sift of n prominent Los
Mneles man, who asked the privilege 'if
thu testifying to hi iidnilr itlon for
"one of the biavet nnd mot unselMsli
Vnlghls Hie world had seen the d.i.vs of
Joan of Ale"
JACOB W. SHEPPARD.
I'roniloriil nt Jersey Vinson tllrs
i Kt.iz.Mimi. N" J. Pec 2 .iHcob W
I Sl.eppatd, 75 car old, prominent a mi
organizer of Masonic bulges, died this
morning following a stroke of apoplexy.
Du.lng the c vl' war he served as a mem
ber of Company I), Thirtieth Regiment.
I New .Icrst.. Volunteers. Mr. Shepparil
u.i a ii enibei of Wnsblligton Lodge. No.
' :'. C .t. A Al and one of the founders
I llt.ep' Lodge. No. r.'l, of which he
W'.i nasi master lie wa al"0 an or
ganizer of Washington Chapter No !;,
II A M . and was a past high pi lest.
M' Slieppanl was nlo a pan eminent
o im mder of St John's Commander.v.
I. nights Templar, of this city and a
nicinbe of Mecca Temple, A A. O. N M
-iiei3v ?Petayt jsv
?-IeSC- 1 ":OS
firm Avenue at 57tii Street.
rWili ' dose:outlomorrow
8B MODEL G(D5Wfg
'dimmed wilh richfurs nvrmtrly up tot 25.
3 FMEMCH ffiBLOUSE
Made of dainty chiffons etc be&dembrojimd
in Pasiel Shadings 'Tarmerly up lo.t28.
sold heretofore, less than 18.
A Number ot
modeling in bur
pmmmiinatjm siynuyhamllm I
k, of Ifew York city. At lit- Mm. , ,
death he was past dlstrht ileputv
master nf Ihe Fifth Masonic ihtn , i
president of the Masonic H ill v ,'
Was for !1B Years American tgen)
for I'enrs, London,
James Haunt died last c gal , ,
home. 24 West Fiftieth sireri ti,.
age nf f.3. lb- was bom a I i,
In the das when that section 0,
of the most fnshlouable nelgldith,,,
of the city. His father .Inines (iatnn
the largest paper iiiniiuf.u'tiiter ..f , ,
time, was one of Ihe pilnclp.il ,Al,
of Cyrus W Field In the I.imm; r lh.
Mr. Huuut was the Anu rl, an atl,
for A, A S. Pears nf Loudon for tweiiti,
five ears, ictlrlng twelve .vears s,'.
He never married He wa a iueini,.r
of the Chamber of Coinmcicc and II,.
Melropolllan and Hi oiler , n, n,
survived bv a brolher, hi Thornm p
Haunt of 53 West Fiftieth slieel
PROF. CHAS. P0MERY PARKER,
Hart aril Professor llml Hero Wlia
the I lilversltj ftir Il.'l tears.
Cambriiwib, Dec 2-Charle. fem.-t
Pnrler iienfA..n. ,f ... .
- noil 1,111 ()
nt Harvard, died to-day a fie,. ,, I
illness wiin pneumonia, He was hnrn In
Boston In 1852 and wa a gradual. nf
St. Paul's School niiil Oxford Unlveritv
Prof. Parker had been connected w,-i
Harvard for thirty-three. eam nnl hi l
held a full professorship for fourteen
Previously, he was master of St. I'au'
School for three ve.trs. He w. ',
brother of Edward M, Parker, niir,, ,(
the Kplscopal dloctse of New Hampilt.
Mr. Mary A, Thorns.
Richmond, Va Dec. 2. Mrs. Mirr
A. Thomasi S2, said to have been p.'.
Mrst woman missionary front thl iou..
try to India. Is dead at the home nf h..
niece, near here. She was Ihe wldnwef
the Rev. David W Thomas, a Methi.
(list minister of Nlcholvllle, N Y
leaves two brothers, the Rev K An
navle nnd A. S. Anmivle nf Srart.
N. Y., nnd one sister, Mrs. r. v R,n,
Joseph J. Mnrah,
OrtANir, N. .1,, Dec 2 J(i,ih J
Marsh, who when stricken with paralyjl.
three weeks ago was the oldest pMctl.
Ing architect In New Jersey, died Inbu
ilt the Homeopathic Hoplta of Hwv
county, Newark, after surgeon bad i
moved his right leg to prevent the spre.il
of gangrene. He was S2 year old ,u,.
lived at 210 Lincoln avenue, (ir.tnt
lie built schools, chlllehes, faetme aM
other buildings In OnuiL-c His nidow,
two sons and a daughter survive.
Dledilch l-tkemann d'ed Thutslav it
hi home. lni2 Pacllb- M.rret. li.ool, vn.
Mr LiikemniM- was botu In I I.i n . -.
(lerniany, (!! yrai it.o, and vv.i lnoiirht
to till cotintiy when a bo; Iumii; i.
draft riot h" ferved with the l!iic;.i
' Huard of Brookl.vn. and 'atet 'v.i
'member of the Volunteer Flit liejiart.
, ment nnd one of the oisanizet .if tr
Brookl.vn Retail Mercii.iiil Asn, i.mon
lie leaves two ons and two daiuh
'liarle (iuenilier. 73, one of i iie ,, i.
ineinbeis of the New Vol I; 1'iolu. " l!
th.tii'.e, d d at hi home. .'.17 West 171 '
street. I'rlda.v He was brnn n i.e..
many and came n ihl lountij ai tv-
r 11 11.. .ni'1,.,1 .III, . .
w.n ami after the war oigaidr. 'I l
Hen F'.mz Sii'.'l. tillra l'rtt ii I! "f
which le was the llrt commander
PiTTSBl'itu. I i"c '.'. John N'en.l
veal old. a widely known tnllli" '
peiinoc anil hotel piopnemr !
al hi bonie 1 op' lo-iltv from nj
suffered when he wa run ,1 't " '
automobile W c dni".dav
VI rs. I nrollne .Incoli. Itotil,
Rsi.rvsT. .Me it Mi
.lacuh lluin. aid to na e been
et !v Iiib gradual M . hi.
i ollege, died lien ti.il.iv !
Te?- VJT , , "Wji7r
have been used for I
Special Order De-(
at 57th Stkbikit,