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THE SUN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 191'
SYMPHONY SOCIETY PLAYS NEW WORK Qoorac V. lloylp'n FiinfnRia JtYnilrri'd in the Presence of the CompoHer. jHSS NOVAKS ALSO 1LAYS Work of Victor Kolur, Assist nut Conductor. Confirms Previous Good Iinni-eHnion. !' ntuyed very beautifully Indead. Her' iraaimtnt of the Ut movement wiih en tlmly hor own. It rcscmblrd no other In certain of Its salient effects, but It Jitstl- noil llseir liy Its own poellc character and tin exquisite manner In which lis detalti united In nu nrganlo ulinle. OrlK Itiallty In Interpretation Is not necessarily of hlh artlstln value, but Mlas Nnvacs lias on several o( cations shown herself cnpnble nf successful Independence. Mr. Kolar's symphony uh llrst per formed hero In January. 1916, and made a favorable Impression In splto of the length of Its first movement. It Is Im possible to say whether Mr. Kolar has shortened the movement or nnl, but at any late It Is stilt loo long. A three part symphony, built on the community of lysine plan cannot support too much elaboration of Us Ideas. Aside from this defect the symphony continued C9 terday the Rood Impression made by It two cars ntto. PHILHARMONIC CONCERT. 'finee numbers composed the pio (fiimii-.e of the Symphony Society ton iert oft day afternoon at Aeolian Hall. They were Oeorge V. lloyU'a "Symphonic 'aiitulii" for oichestra, Chopin's K minor pl.win concerto and Victor Kolar's tirnt Mniplinnv The nudlenre had op t.ortuiiltv to observe no less than three (ClfpriTlCS 111 Uie HCI in uciiih ncirui.ut.1. Vrom n box Mr. lloylc made his ac tnoKlfdgmenla to prolonced applause, ijulnmar NoiM. the eminent young llrajllni' pianist, bowed hers after play ing tl concerto, and .Mr. Kolar, who Is mutuant conductor of the orchestra, sa Warned his after conducting his own tymphonv Mr llovle's work was heard for the firl lime here. He Is an Australian and i u a professor In the l'enhody Con rsln of Haltimore. His fantasia U pleasing music well made. The themes are dignified and stimulate the hearer's aitcr.tlmi by their striking contrast. For riample. that for wood wind and harp mlmmlng gracefully In a sea of diatonic fseetness comes refreshingly after the omenbnt Debusslun hni monies of the flitl wind theme Hut descriptions of tnusle nru usually futile and may be .tmided. It should be enough lo say that Mr. llovle's composition is worth hearing ami that It (filled forth much warm applause from etcrday's audi- Ml." Novaes was late In leaching the I ami the orchestra was about lo Pinoed with Ml. Kolar's symphony, Innlnc; her till the last, when she made l.er appearance. Haste Is not conducive , artWtlc lepose and Miss Novaes I laved tho llrst movement of the con tain In a very tame manner. Hut by the I'me fhe reached the second she was herself She is not a player of flety temperament, but rather of tender medi tation, of contemplative Insight and most .'thc.ite fancy. Therefore this loncerto as well adapted to arou-e her to re fpnnf've mood. In the second and third movements BURLIN CANVASES SHOW NEW MEXICO Artist Discards Old Fogy Ideas and (Jives Art of the Present Time. FINK POKCKLAINS ON VIKW ItcnotVs Works at IMirnnd Hurl (tollcry Kvotic Dis play by Miss Ferdrint. Mmr, Itappiilil Hrplncea Anna Cave s the Soloist, The Philharmonic. Hoelety's tegular Huiulay afternoon concert took place yesterday In Carncglo Hall. Mine. Itnp lold as the soloist replaced, almost at the last moment, Anna Paso, who was Indisposed. The soprano sang twice, the "Jewel i'ong" from "Kaind" and later, the "Vlss! d'Arte" from Tosca " She was much more successful In tin second air than In the llrst, us she did not seem liuirlrd, her naturally line olce and her stylo were smoother and her pitch wi. good. Singing at audi short notice as Mine. Happold did yes terday is certainly a difficult matter and she at least Justly earned the warm applause following the Tosca" air. The orchestral selections were many and varied. The comprised llach's Urandenburg conce'to In F mujor , Salnt facns'H second symphony In A minor, a suite heard for the llrst time at these concerts called "Choplniaiia," which conshled of four of Chopin's pieces or chestrated by nhiznungg-'jrlha uilinalM, opus HO, No. 1 . n c.turne, opus l.'i, No 1 . mazurka, opi's SO, No, it. and tur antello, opus 43, and for the clolng number Itlmsky-Korsakuff's "I'uprlcclo Kspagnole." The playing of the oichestia was of nneen merit and so at times fell below Its highest standards. The lovely adagio of the symphony was delightfully ren dered and so were parts of tbc. Bach music and the CI opln suite. The orches tral numbers as a whole weie often dull or Irrelevant In their Impression made. The final one, the "Spanish Caprice," came, as a relief and It was brilliantly performed. MANY MOTOR TO QEDNEY. WILLIAM FOX GUEST OF HONOR AT DINNER UIE I). r,i. .Hvvt - Suddenly. n un1a f'hru- n .1. JM, l)r llar-v nrly Minn- lun nf Msdlsan N .1 in b forty- f. l v.u Vn ' nf runral hrrfter Bl l.KI.KV Killed In Untland. In the sir tvlr... Hsrold Klrt.lor Dulklec. I.ieu- innnt of Aviation In lh l.'nlted. States vitny son of IMwln M and t.ucy Kidder IlulUlrv of K-islcwood. N. J . io th nvnty-flrt yiar of hl m'. Bt'll.'I.KV - Mcut lUrol.1 Kidder ,oiif In memnrv "f l.l-ut. Ilnruld Kid- (It Ilulklrv Mill Ik held thl (Jlondavl n'lernonn nt t n'tlo u ui 53 Park ae mil, ctu COOK At Vpnntk. X .1 . on Sunday, Kb iar' .1. 151 Maug" Arvl'li inta WIMUrnsi. beloved lfe of frderkk i Cook rnurra wpr'Mce ti 111 he held nt her late honi, 724 nidge street Newark, on Tefi1y. Kebruarv :f, at t:SO P M t'rtendH anil reta'ive. nrn tnvlteii to attepil Interment at the conventtnee of the fsmlly. t'leveland, Onto, p.ipere ji'ense copy. f)K. tVEV Francla A. Delane). aged .urn PervUei "THE FtlNERAl III tlCTf." HroRdvvay anil VlxXi -sixth ret Time later. rtIli''IIII.n Franklin Crumble beloved ' n of the Hon. nenjnmtn I.. I'sirihlld ,m1 the late Anna Crumble 1'alrclilld, i itjrl) February :!. 1918, at avla. 0 field. Fort Worth, Texas, In the i,c nf Ida country, aged !3. ' i e nf funeral hereafter Cluv AvUtlun camp, Mllllngton, Tenn niviti' ring his country. Cadet ltob e . Jr. son of Hobert und Clara R -hlei lira), aged 30. Re'er to Frank Campbell. 1870 Broad va Ttlephone S200 Columbus. VAliDI'.v -William (Ollly), aged 64. Ser- lies TItF. FUNKRAI. CHURCH,' F'nk K. Campbell's), Hroaduay and Mt sixth etreet, Runda, 4 30. MtPiiKN -William (Billy). "Till: FU Kr.Al, CHURCH." Sunday afternoon i.i 4 10 !. Jtv'N'l.-' rehruaiv .1. I91S. a hl roil en tteitiilrlg, tound Reach. Conn . '.obert beloved hunhand of Clnra Pu hanatt and son of the late Robert anft Murcarrt Midinnfx Tlie '.inllv vv.ll proceed on S'unday after no,, n to the resident e of hi nlere. Mts V'.v Meehan. lt0 Nf.i Hnd avenue. York city, snd the funeial will be I .1 from there on Monday at t.10 ' a M Requiem -mass at 10 o'clock at ' h- church of St. Ignatius I.uvn.a, P.trAt a enue and nighl -fourth street. Men t er. of the Catholic Club. Xavler Alumni .-nalltv and directors of 111 iluibi id ie tofar.' Sav lour are Inv lied lo attend. Morn TT - On February 13, at Ills resl t e 471 Park avenue, Hubert Leslie Vlnffel' r ira -rvlifi on Mondav, February ' v V M. NIX 'v V O-ange N. 7 on Saturday. h'Ur !3, 1 19. Wlilard Johnston N n in hN flftv. second ear. Ht-cre- ' ,.n.l treasarer of Wrlghl-ilartln raft Corp i- . si" v leu will be held nt hit ii Hlllsldi? avenue, Tuesday, Tnr. :o, nt 8 I'. M. Interment at -ntrnc? of fajnily. ' ' Virginia, Febninrv S4 fer- TUB Kt'.N'KHAI. CUl'RCH." luav t.nd Slxt). sixth atreet (Camp ill K- ) Tuesdav, 10 A M. On February ::. Ulleu M. oh nee Kellv t, born Halifax, N, H, tie' of Mary V. t-herrv. al Monda, l'l.bruar IS. at her Msher resldente, 1S4 Montrose ave- Ituthrrfrird, N. .1. Mass at fit. Mv', Churrh. 1) A M. Motion Picture Marnatc Is Praised for Hcccnt Kfforts in Ucliulf of Charity. More than GU0 persons well known in the theatrical and moving picture world and a host of ft lends attended a dinner in tho ballroom of the Hotel Aslor Inst night which whs arranged as a tribute to William Ko for his lecent vvoil; In charitable campaigns for different p'tr- poes in New York. Wilton Lackaye was tnaslmnikr and In beginning his speech after uN dinner which had not been "Hnuvenzeil" ill the sllghteet he paid the guest of honor tribute bv saving that not onlv had .Mr. Ko proved Ins loyaltv in the. recent membership drive for Jewish ihnrltles but for a great in.inv years had demon strated that h was fm New uk hist, last and all the tune. ltennold Wolf, leprcseutiiig the Priars Cluli, k.ivo a humor im sketch of Mr 1'ox's life, and Judge Victor J Howling, on behalf of the friends and admirers who arranged IPe dinner for Mr. l'o. piesented him with a bronze tablet bear ing a suitable Ins. i iptlon Among tho."e who attended vvi-re Jacob H. Hchlff. KelU XI. Wailsirg-. Sheriff D.ivid II. Knott, .luiige )ttu A ltiw.tlk. Hctirv M irgenthau, Fire Commissioner Thomas .1 Hreiinau, Joseph JoMnson, Jacob Werthelm, Sam II Harris, Cenrge M. Cohan, l'at Casev , Adolpn Zukor, l'ollce Commissioner Kn hard nriglit, Abraham Krlan-ier. Ilavmoml Hitch. cvU. Lee Shuhert and C I" Zlttel tieveral of tin- speakers paid 'rlbute to Mr Vox for the )nrt he pla.ved in the litigation which hastened the dissolution of the so-called motion picture patents trust and evened tne wnv fur the greater development of the motion plitute iii-duslry. After the dinner ihere vv,f dan iny. Paul Uuilln, prominent In t lie group of Hunger, modern artists, ! exhibiting In tho Daniel tjallrry a number of painting!" and drawings which he ipade In New Mexico, Mr. Ilurlln I inn not been ecrilint lo do tho usual studio wcmK posing paid models before draerles and c.illlng Hie le'lllt "Heposc." "Medil.i- tlon" or the like but has npparenll made valiant effort to penetrate the Inner life uf the New Mexicans on, I to seize their salient featuics .VI hardy travellers who have dtifted Into the remote1 legion where the aiilst pninted will wish to see the pictures upon gcnerol principles, Ji:et lo note what somebodv else found III the place. If they should bo old fashioned travel lers they won't enthuse over Mr. Ilur lln'8 work. Just because he hasn't painted "Itepiweti" and "Medllntloiei," but if tliey have progressive Ideas and have felt the new nervoU!nes that soeins to tinge modern rt they will see In Mr. Hut tin's lather odd manner of painting nothing more than the special accent of the times we live In. The, artist Into painted n number of the personages of his village Into a series of portrolt studies, and more am bitiously has ehnwn a church Interior with worshippers, a fiesta on the plaint, and n group of peasants decorating the rude church altar. The big church In terior Is Mr. Ilurlln's best, and recoils the famntiri Madame d- la llarea's de scriptions of the churches of Mexico several generations ago. for the dirty cbildieii seem to be sprawling as tlticiilv upon rtie church floor now as Mudaine de la Harea said thev did 111 lblS Mr Uuilln has been accused before this of having permitted hU st.vle In hor-ow too much from the work of Cezanne, r.vldently hit has been trying lo shake off the Cezanne mannerisms, for there Is less of it than there was. although there rdlll remains some, as In the work (illtd "1'oco TIem." Hut Mr ilurlln's great danger as a stylist would appear to he his extreme sensitiveness to the styles of others. I'erhaprt uncon sciously to himself, he W attracted to certain types among thee New Mexi cans because "they hove a (Ireco head." and the artist then proetode, to paint it n a rtteiii. The "Fiesta" I one of the best of these new pictures, showing tables spread with fruits in the open air, and villagers and horsemen In animated communion, but unfortunately (he work is startlinglv In the stle of .lulc I'as cln. Shu-" Mr Hurlln draw well and paints and mlors well, the best advice, it would nppeur. would be for him to shun all pictures and artists for some time to come, and tight out the question of a personal tle between himself ond life NprliiKHUe N nuiln Altrnc( vr Yorkers lo White l'lnlns. The llrst springlike Sunday of the season took lo llcilney este.rday lis usual nliota of iititoinoblllstH for luncheon. Willi the winter colony at White. I'l tlliH supplemented by week end sojourners the hotel had a lively day. The open air board tennis court has. be come morn popular, and many of the motor partita enjojed u game of tenuis before dining. Mr. and Mrs. A. .Sleeves of New Yolk are lit tleilncy fur u short sojouui, The Misses H. C and A, Hambrldge of New Votk were ainoiig the over the holiday sojourners, iih weie Mr, and Mrs. Will Inn A. Duncan, l.leut. and .Mrs. C. A. luinnlng have returned from San An tonio, Te where the former whh train ing in the aviation camp. He will start lo-inoirovv for Washington, and .Mrs. Imnnlng will remain at tiedney with her patent-, Mr, and Mis. Desmond Dunne, WORLD'S TREASURES! PALM BEACH HIES FLOW TO AMERICA Priceless Heirlooms and Old Masters Sold Abroad at lliirgain Prices. i. S. ONLY .MAKKKT liHt'T riihloiu House. Test, However, Ilovcals Some ''Antiques" Imported Are Younglings. TO COUNTRY CLUB Well Known Persons in Crowd Knjoying Sunday Luncheons. ,S!,000 FOR HKP CHOSS d'arden Tarty Proceeds 5rov Much Interest in "Sun's" Smoke Iicnefit. OBITUAKIES. CYRUS 0. BRUNHEH. Cyrus (I, Drunner, who In tlic course of a long lifetime's employment in the Treasury Department handled more money, It Is said, than all the million aires In the country combined arc worth, died Saturday at the home of his daugh ter, Miss Kmtlle Drunner, 917 Greene avenue, Hrooklyn. He was 92 years old. having been born in lXilfl In llrtdgn l'olnt, I'a, 1'ntll a very short time ngo he was at his post as sentinel In the Assay Olllce. Ho was assigned to this duly fourteen years ago, at the com pletion of ids tifty-slxth yeuv In the liovcrninent's service. In 184D Mr. lirunnei' started working us an appicutlce lu the l'hlladelphla mint. Speaking of his work a few years ago, ho said : "The Western gold craze was Just on thai year and I had Just become a refiner at 11.40 n day when pendent Methodist ihurili. He had j charge subtiuenlly In Windsor, AlUn , town, Dover, Itlntrhamton, Baratoga. i liuffalo and lliookljii. Ha was upet- anuuated live yenra ago because or onno ness. Ho leaves three daughters ami two sous. WILLIAM J. LOGAN. .vperi'ul Dttpaleh lo Tun Sfv SOMBKVII.I.K. N, .1.. Kelt lit William J. Iogan, 3, ono of t..e few curv Ivois ot the old Volunteer nrcmen's Association of New York city and a veternn of the civil war, died to-day In hlei home nt the summit of the Watrhting Jlouulaln, near here.' He was instrumental In bilngtng the Mrcmen's Ansoclatlon to Somervllle for annual outings, when the Whole town turned out to gleet them. Half a century ago Mr, txigau con ducted business in Washington .Mantel. He retired and nought War's demands on the private for tunes and public! funds of Huropean countries have turned the channels of the luxury trade lo such an extent that at present, in tho opinion ot cew oriv EVE'S DAUGHTER' CUAWN AT DT AT TA!'1'110" '"iU cuttom howe "'lais, the ajnUllll A I nlALlU. Tolled stales Is the world market for art treasuiif, Jewels, Jewelry and an tiques. The Kuropeau market for such arti cles, say the ciperts, has cedsed to exist, old families of Kngland, Italy and l-'rame. not a few of them titled, are sjLilllcIng hitherto prlcelesi heirlooms In the way of paintings, sculptuie, tapestries, f until lira and the like, at bargain pi Ices, and Kuropenn agents of American dealers nie reaping a harvest It i understood that In the Mood of art trei Into the so have been a number of well known paintings bv old masters. Manv of thete are now In the stocks of New York de.ilets bought. It l paid, at prlcc un heard of before the war Cnlm .Mm Kept Ilnay. Tins sudden i ush of art treasures to the Culled Stale" has more than doubled the work of cimtom house and ap praisers' slores foices. At times, it l declared, there are inipotted alt woil.s valued at fabulous sums in the vaults of the apprulsois' stoic.", under lieavv guard Stores officials aim to keep tliisn valuable no longer than Is neccs- ebln whlskeis and asks Ki'ace at table) Is.irv over night I.- usually me inntc she soon Muds lh.it the man who has I period Ihey are stined .llwnvs lnv.il her. liie voutiz counliv 1 Manv of the town lanver. Is a far better man than , ailmltted duty l il,l eimnict on tho cube IS Clteu m a doiler who recently appeared before the liillic Iturlvc Starred in Film Version of (I race (feorge's Stage Sucee.. In "lives Daughter,' the attraction at the Itialto 'nif.lt l e this rtcek, llillle Iltirku does not make, her appeal so uxcluslvel on her distinctive beauty Kxceptlug In ceitaln pails nf the story which have lost some of their convlnrlugnes In be ing changed to the screen from the stage play in which tlrace (Jeorge started for a time last juar dees good act ing Tlicie ate allowed, however, at that, no gieal heights of emotional ex piessiiiu lo be leached, Where her HCt it.g falls :he can lav the fault to the Inadeiiujey of the moving picture as a medium in which gaps can be tillnl with needful psychologb al shadings and ex planations llillle' Hur'iifl portrays a New llngldiul country girl bent nu "living her own life," which bent Inlug her to New Yolk, where on the scant fortune left hei hy a stilish and saciosalict father (ha wears Vpv York. fi ult farm on the top of Ihe mountain, where be hail since lived und worked we vvcro gutting loads on loads of the i with all the vigor of a young man until .1,., eiiv feiluw who ulmnit leads her lo I that they tire more man i" " many hltn the city lellow so gruviu c.illj drawn as an undesirable by such suggestions su dear to the max III j pic lulu iliteclor as vv.itth Lionel Atwill, who vva III .llts lUn-ju's original , ompany, by ihe wnv. could have done without Ihe monocle and wrist watili and sill have poitiayed thin imdeairabl- snitoi lie Is so graphic and subtle us a cinema in tor. The photog raphy of "Kirs Daughter" brines out much beauLv. Those who ml"ed seeing the drafted soldiers jiaiade Washington's Oiithday :. , . i...... f..,it.,l hi niinv ln- may see it as a pall or the vurrtui tnu aninsL-.n ' ..r., events plc,tu.cs at Ihe ltlal.o There a. e slainri the fact that cert. In nr cs are also plctu.es of soldle.s lu Kiume vv hlch I a-s sW for dt.tV Is the Ir-t ti. lb -tlon provoke alinott as much demonstration. American buveis have I . d hat thev are Mae Marsh has something diifei.nl not genuine, m tit" 1: unti'IV si TK-I' r..v I'.n RI .r r.c ii 9 ill ''oi. fMward John, on Kebnury nu 'i rmm his lats tesidsnco, 21 Cain- K plsie, Itrotdilyn, Monday, l-"eb- ut 9:0 A. M Hequlejii nmu " of All J-'alnu' clisr.fl. I,afuell art. rbllt avenuts, Hrooklyn. In, i't' Huly Cross Cemetery. Auto ortge 'Jn siinils)'. rebriuiy 34. o'h. widow nf John HovIbci. w be hrld st the hoim of hor t. Mrs Ali.xiiniier Walsh, U ' n i.vsnue, East OranRe, N .1., ij, Kfbruary 2, ut S:5 I' M. ' on Wednesday A. SI. at -i'i Cctneterj Man "Tin: rrNi:i!.u, 1 II ' (Frnnk II Camplifll Itulld 'i llrusiUai (KUli-shUi and euth stri-ctsl. inJ&j IVInuar. 1 1, ul her i I ' i st t. ilr.i li'iir, Long s V . In the sixty llfih sar nf . i.n Muurui'. ivlfu of Caat.t-s i '(,.,' ; ' at. PAULIST LECTURES ENDED. 'I'sto Wrrks t iiiirse I luler oilce of K. of ', n lirent Soiciss. The two weeks course, of dot trlnal lectures under the auspl'es of the New Vork Chapter of the Knights of Colum bus, which tho two well known Taullst orators, the liev. Ilertrand I.. Conway and the Rev. James M. Otitis, have been conducting at the Ilnmau Catholic Church of St. Paul the Aposlle, Sixtieth slreot and Columbus avenue, came to a close last night. Kather Conway preached the final sermon on 'The Church and the Age " The attendance, during the course ex ceeded expeetn'lons. On one evening when a count was taken nearly 5,000 persons camp Into the chur h to hear the leciuie. Father Conway und (JIUls received hundreds of letters of Inquiry from points outside of New York. Free books and pamphlets dealing with Catholic doctrines vvero distributed by the ushers each evening. In the llrst week the number given out rcnchid the HO.OUO mark. Hundreds of nuestlona placed In the boxes at the doors of the church were answered during the cuuise by the two l'.uillsls. The class of Inquiry and Instruction, held from 7.15 lo ii 1. M , will be con tinued for thnsa who desire further In struction lu i lit- teachings and practices oi tho Catholic faith. In Vleitiiirmiit. :i 1 1' i ,il sr i", d Wl I lu, k I s s I, I'Mir.HTAIlllllH, 4 u, A,. FRANK CAMPBELL 'iiT.SV WAR STAMPS FOR ALIMONY. I.sik mi nrit .lusjtlce I pliolds ctlon of Dilatory Husband. War sivlntts staini are good enough for alimony, Oeorge C l.lnde of New Mllford, Orange cwinty, estalillslied in court by a tilling uf a l'ollce Justice Just rendered In l.akimont village His wife, There.a l.lnde, IM, who lives In l.ako niout, haled him lo court for falling to pay her H w eekly. He was In in rears three weeks, l.lnde, w-ro Is a salesman, said h did not gt his last month's pay because, lie failed to get Ills bill to his t'mpln)crH in time, and ho he sent his wife $23 worth of war saving. stamps. Mrs. l.lnde admitted recelvliK Ihe stumps, but s.ild sho leturned them and demanded mono. The .IiL-dlee dis missed the woman's complaint 4CI.IMIO Added In Palestine I'nlld, ItecciptH of the benefit for the Tales tine Itcstoralion Fund at the Manhattan Opera House last night amounted to U.ODh. The ue of the theatre, was given by Morris (lest, the managur. Prominent among thice who attended weie Commander Adams of the good flip llrcrui'. I.ewl l.ipsky. 1 ha rman of 1 n '.ionist 1 auiii ! of Aiixrici, and Mor ,s Unthe lie g pre dent of the New V'lk Zionist Council Hillisli colors were piesenieil lo the color guild of the ,u,i.nn commgei, of the ,eiMn li.it. tallon which will siim sail to Join den. Allenbj's foicea In Ihe Holy Land. . colkiciion of Chinese pnreclalns be longing to A. F Hovvmau of Kngland is on v.evv at the Anderson Cilleries and will be sold tbeie beginning Fcbrutry 'S The collection contains many single color pieces, such as tut peach bloom, pigeon blood, apple green, celadon, mazarln blue, lion rust, mirror black and blue and white bianc de chine, hut It Is not eontlncd to single color pieces ,i imlecd reoresents most of the periods and famous styles of dei oration. There seems to he an unusual percent a..,, nf vases and bowls In the ipiiet brown and gray glazes thai iho Orien tals themselves love so much, and there ,.. n number of attractive vases in r.uu- ut.ierfiil forms that have orna ,n Iipjvv relief beneath the el:i ZM. Ono of the notable Sung pieces Is a rtcure of a sage, anil there is an egg shell blue and white hawthorn g nger I.,- mi,! . wlille porcelain vaso orna inenled with imperial dragons In peach bloom. This last, which Is mounted iraiiii a carved Ivory dragon stand, eanie. ii W said, from the Imperial, .Sum mer P.ikue. Pekln The Durnnd-Ittiel Oalleiv is making Us annual show of works by the Fiench ! master Impressionist ltenoir. There are twentv-elKht works I: the display, some ' pa.nled as long ago as IsT1 and soma fln'shed rplite lecently It is astonish ing to see in them the coniinuuy i mo ltenoir tpe, fo- as It was In the begin nlng so iippiienlly It ever shall be. and the ltenoir women lespond one and all P. ihe Ideal of femininity that ihe now aged painter carries lu Ills mind It stems scarcely possible ut ibis late day that there are any persons at all conversant with the arts who have yet to make lietioir's ai iiu.ilntani e. for since a genet atlon at least the artistically In telligent have been obliged to know hlin. If theie be any such, however, this Is the 01cas1r.11 to make up for lost time, for the. peculiar traits of ihe real llenolr inn lie studied in the group at Dutanil Unci's There ate many heiils nf young women lu Ihe collection, and In none of them has the master been seeking a pose, Inn something living and vital. Tile young women all have the look of being nboiit to speak or having Just spoken, nud all thnso who know the sex will grant that this- is a highly (liar acterlstlc trait The railicst of these lleiioiis is an un usual plctuie of .1 Montmarlre g.nden, iplltn huge, with .1 great mass of dahlias nf vailotiH colors in the foreground, and lu the back, hazily Indicated, ant two lien The eolois are charming The inos.1 disconcei ting art exhibition in town, .it least to the ionvenllnu.il minded, is that of the work of Helen Perdrlnl, now in the Modern nailery. .Miss Peiiirlnl's ait In exotic or erotic or perhaps both but it Is certainly ex otic She has dreamed dreams', ami pos sibly like Thomas. De IJulncy. who Is now a lespectahle enough tlgure in Dug Ush litfratiiie, she liasj assisted her Uteiiins with nariotlcs. It Is considered mute all right for artists In Ihe per loi malice of their duty to lake hasheesh and such things In Paris, although f.ishiuii does not et allow It lu America. At any rale Miss Penlrlat'H drawings ami paintings show llgurcs that arc us thin and welnl as the paintings by Iho Canton artists that Whistler admired so much, and who wero good artists, ho said, even though they did ipse opium. Miss Perdrlnl Is a Parish-line, so none of these sui'liilsea as to her methods of work may now- h verllled . but It Is safe to say that she is strangely gifted as an artist. from her usual kind nf stmy In "Ihe Helmed Traitor,' which Is tlm ilnef en- tei tutiiuie.ui this vwek at the fttrami Theatif. And for tlio-e who have not j read Frank 1. Packard's novel, from vvh.ch the sienailo was taken. It should be said that the title (onnecls the s'.oiy j in no way witn uie war The story Is about a nung fellow of n seacoast town ulinse talent as a si lilp tor Is discovered by a rii h mail who brings blir to New Voik and uiake.i of bun a fainuus- artist How lie Is deceived nr about to be dee. veil bv; the ilv peo plr and how t ils Is 1 Iruinnented bv the seacoast town girl Is the threid of the sloiy Mae Marsh depicts this girl In all ihe simplklty the iharactrr nt)ould suggrst. James Montgoinei llagg's fan e comedy. "The Man Hater', a sc-Milc pic ture -'Aiound Cential Avergiie, France," in natural colon, and tne topical levlcw. containing some new pii lilies taken vvllh Pershing's army, are other parts of the programme. Tarzan of the Apes,' with it? weird and exciting sim.v of ApfCiW litipatch to Tin Si n Vm.u Ill ACll, Fla Feb. 24. The Palm Beach Countiy Club, now In its fctcond season, has become a popular place for Sunday luncheons, and to-day a bril liant iiFscmblage was there. In the ciowd were Mr und Mrs. Kdward Urovvn ing, Mrs. Harry Darlington, Jr., Philip Corbin, Mrs, Juhn Itutherfuul, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwaid T. Slolesbur, Foxhall Keene, C. F. Van VIeck, Jr. Miss Natalie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Nlles H. Habbilt, Mr. and Mm. Kenneth Van Itlper. Mr. anil Mrs. Morton O Nichols, Mr and Mis. William A Piimc, Mrs. Adolph Snlle. Pans Singer. Ml. and Mrs Ou.v Thomas, Mi. and Mrs. David P.andall Calhoun. Col. and Mis. W. 11. Thonip- isures lhat have steadllv poured . , M am MlSj pierie lojrli- I'nlted Stales In Ihe la-t yenr or 'rf, t.lcy Proceeds of the lied Cross golden party given a few dajs ago by the Palm He.u'li nuxlllaiy amounted mover $fl.00J, accoiding to the report turned In by Mi. Fredfiick IMe. the treasurer, 111 which she accounted for additional subscrip tion,! from Mrs. l.ucllla Wilton, Mrs Hugh J. Clilsholm, Mrs. Jame Kennedy and Mrs. Itnbert Doii;lass. Col nud Mrs. Thomas Mm pby of Phil aililphl.i motoied here jrsterd.iy fiolii their home at Hobo Sound. Some of the buys from nearby camps weie vlsilorn, including Itodm.iu WHuamaker John 1 1 lit he rf ill l and Janus A Illaii. .1. Stevens I'llmsn has at lived from New Vork, Joining Mis. l'llmai: Irving ll.uhellei, who has. a .ottage beie this winter, will lecture In the Poluclami ballroom Monday night on his expeneiicis aiong the French front for the Innctlt of a local hospital. The lec ture will be undii tlic patronage of Mrs. John c. King, Mis Alficd O Vanderhllt and Mrs Kthv.ir.l It Thomas Cornelius A. Pugslev. of New oik has arrived heie for the rest of the season, .(line da iliuna. wife of ihe Hrazillan Ministei Mis It I' Seliwcrln of San 1'iaiiclsio, Dr. lliniv .1 Krinpf of HiooklMi, with Miss Kathelino Ktmpf, his daughter, ami Mr anil Mrs Ou.v I! ll.irham of l.os Angeles have Joined Mr. and .Mrs. William Ii. Hearst al the Itreakeis. Fnsien Francis I Amor. Jr. and Hngisii Frederick S. Allen, New Vork boy.-', .niacin ,1 to Hie aviation camp at Pensacol.i. have hud a two dajs visit heie Oeorge I'clhci slono is being entertained by Joseph litter at his villa Mr. K. F Mobeils has arrived at tl.e lireakets fiom New Yolk. ,u . onip.inlt it by her daughters, tile Mls,w Filu.i. Flor eiae and Maigaict Muoerl. The Itlplit Ilev. Cameron Mann. Ilishop nf Southern I Florida. picui.ied this moi-o 'ig nt H. thesda b the Sea. The lllsliop is Some time ago a 7 """ "'. heltic entertained by Mr and Mis llob ha contracted a cold this winter ami died arter a long IlinesH. Mr. Iigan was one of the Democratic leaders of Somer set county and was for a number of jears dliectur of the. Hoiuenset counly Huaid of Fieeholdcrs. ltrlallves plan lo have the funeral services lu one of Ihe village churches In order thai the aged inenibcia of the Volunteer Fliemeii's Association may new found gold ami new found gold 1 tint wasn't gold at' all, but wuisu thuii dioss from every ihap thai ever sunk a gold mlnu "Hankers and luolios came with It for ussny and fur sale Miners came with il, greul tough bearded chaps, claiming that they had stumbled upon windfalls In tho mountains, and 'gold- brick' men came fium fuitber east than New Yoik Willi bogus nuggets or 'aalttd ! attend rocii. ' "Tlioic weie busy days, but 1 don't j T.r-e. thiol; the Ooviiiimcnt ever lust tlnougbl SIR HENRY ARTHUR BLAKE. a false ittluiuieiit or 11 bad assay In all . tile loiinllesa millions It bought or was .o.nuon. I'eh. 24, via lteutei's Ottawa asktd to buy' : Ageii.' Sir llelirv lllake died to-dav "Then," .Mr. llrillilier Is quoted as say- al ,,.Bldeiire, M.vrlie Oiove, Voilghill, iug, "wold came lo seveutien of us olio1 i'0imty Cork, Ileland day lu '.",4, lo oniu over heie lo New ' . V01I, and open up Iho Asay Olllce In -pi,L. H'wht lion. Sir Henry Arthur what had been tlm Huli-Tieasiu y lluiltl- nue ,1 jj, dH Ooveinor of ing and wlial is Hie ujsay building now. vu r.'.i,,,.!,.. 1 in lxTT-ixs.. Ha was i thai m-vcuteen I'm the only one llv - ........ ..... , ijahamas for Ihe pre- Of the fifty-two who started uoik -.,. f,.,lr s;lr Henry was Cap- Iheie are only two of us .... ellf,lai and Ciuvernor In Chief of Jamaica from 18i!) to 1MI7. his term Ice extended ut the ru- fi irllcles. however, are because of the fact appraisers vvllh a shipment of dlHiiinnils monocle and a wilst f.ir appraisal lie argueu m.u - SIIOUlll e iritmci . - thiil thev weie so old that Ihe ctittln? was not' of a stjle now populni and would reduce Ihell market v.il ie. The appiaiseis. however, held tint "diamonds i.s ilininon.lt-" and that by reason of their pi sent high value the cutting would nuke 110 diffeiei e All the alttliiies bronsh' n 1,v " nresent lush ale not genuine aniniues Import Di-iTfnsr Kipeeted. Tie asae.-si.ient of duly bianils them as snunou- the lliidiug of the i'liited States iiisloiiis experts being accepted lug with me lierc. on tup Hie 11.1 rt 11. Temptation'' Wh. man, I got to look so many bundled thiiu.-anil dollars vvoitli uf cllow gold as so much sand." having In en twic at so many bundled thiiu.-unil dollars 1 ,,. .,, .,. (..ei5h.ture and public bodies ot the Island. He was Onvernor or Hongkong in lbl)7-l'J03 and Ooveinor or Cevloii In l!iii3-10ilT He was born In l.iincilck, Ireland, i-e.vtiiiy-eiglit .vears ago DR. EDWIN J. HARRINGTON. Dr Hduiii J Hal 1 ingion. 1! i eursod, of 170 Palisade avenue, Yonkers, dud al Ids home, yesterday after a long illnes. Dr. Hariingloii was born In Henderson, N V He was gnuliiiiUd fiotu Walei-to-.vn high sellout, after wlilill lie in tended Jiffeisnn Medical C dlitfo !n Poll adelphta. During his prufi clonal ca reer he was house ii'.iysici.ru for St. John's Itiveislde Hosplial and later vis iting suigeou for boih that iiislllution ami Si Joseph's Hosplt.jl WILLARD NIXON. Wili.iid Nixon, secretary und treas urer of Hie Wilght-Maltlb Air Ciaft Ci.iporulion. dkd or pnctinionla Salur d.iv at his home, 19 Hillside avenue, Orange. N. .!. -Mr. Nls.1111 vvas lioni lu Itiooklyn sixiy-one vears ago For a tini" be was Interested in niinliix In t'no West. Ho served In Ihitteiy A. Field as Ilnal Iho world over. lime 111:11 all American uc.ie. Dr. II urluglon was 11 inenincl- of the, viiil'ere. I '.1st orange, for Home time. New York .Med!t,i Snoiely and ot the 1 jr was a meiulier of the Ilix'ky Moiin Natluial vMedlc.il Sociel llu was also! (an Club of New Vol U Ills widow- and president t.f the Jenkins Medical society. . t,m aurvlvc Inirlng the admlnlstr.ulou of Majnr An- . dnts l,e served as Health Cunnnissluiier of Yonkers. He was noted as Ihe dis- ' coveier of what lo known as the 11 II. culture, which Is Used in diagnosing ,ei t.1111 stomach uul Intestinal tmuhlr.s Dr Harrington is ssirvived by two brothers, uotli iihysi, Ian. and a i-lster. ( THE REV. WILLIAM GOULD. MRS. SUSAN MUNR0E ST0WE. Mr. Small Munioe Stowe. wife of Cliutles Cdwnrd Stowe, author and lec ture!, died estenhi In the Stovve rcsl deiHM in Fon-sl Hills, 1. I. Ml.?. Stowe was a member of an old Massachusetts family and before her marriage lo .Mr Stowe, vvlil -Ii took place lu l.i". shs was .Miss Susan Munioo ol Cambridge, Mass. She was d yrais old THE REV. DR. D. M. KENT. bought shlpinenl of antluue Orlenlal l n 1)uup;.lt,. al' j thedtine rugs Thev were sui'ieicn . "aiituiucs" even 100 .veaisogo. The cus t..m.s evperu assessed ihem for dutv. Tne i-iw-t gall ! that fo. lowed tlisi Insetl Hi, 'i t that t!v weie 'iiaiiufiu tilled l.v a Otiinan in l:nna ami artitb' a.lv "'ii' ,s L-eneial'.v l.eli.-ve.l. however, that ihe high waler maik "t art wuik Im porting: bv Ameikans has been reached and that ft 01" now on such Import will di-crca.e In this event It is said, the mUM Un's will henellt. pi Kate owners un loading under the war pinch thai will be felt heie sooner or later ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. man raised ! Hli in,.."' t' '' Mr" ' Mo""", ..n1' ' ... M,.,.. l V H.IL'.H Ittl.l anions primitive men und animal, re-1 u.'". Vnin-.o. sin Kraiu l-m i S I' mains at the Htoa.lwayThe.11re ' . .,,,.. '. ,iisar CsmJa. ') llirlur.l- Nazlmovi. in "Revelation" w ,11 con- . U-h"." v , J. .laolh. lo.',,f ,. untie im ine auraiinni .11 un- i,in.'.- ..,,..i i- ..1. I Mr. Norman 11 a Theatie I n.nal,l IV. Interest 111 Ihe big bcnillt to be given WodiKsduy night for The Si-'.' h sinokn find for soldiers is greatrr Hian that v.h.ib h.i.s teen shew 11 111 .-in i.ther cn-.i-rt.iin'iieiil foi bully lute Ibis wintci. Oene llu k has been wilting for the entertainment some music said to be tv pit ..1 of Palm lteni.li und 11 .rliculaii cat. by Dudley Field Maluti.' and Join I! Kit. bin have Joined tho omnultce .f airaiigements The entcrtaliriie..! will be a nic-ill. of B.ir.lcn varty. iie.oi.ii jht dame .11 the P.o.val Puiuclun.i cocoanul grove and theatlicul." FIGHTERS ARE ENTERTAINED. Funeral seivi.es were held last night fol the. ltev William Houl.l. ictued Flee Muthodlst minister, of ;M: !-:' Twolllli! meet, in the lilonklvu Flee .Melhndist Chun h. the lie' O V Kciels pnstm. 1 ' ollb laiing Hun.il will be 11 H.veiside , IP V nii. Vt , Feb 24 - The Pel I " I'euuleiv. Wlnils.n, .N Y, this nioriiing ID M Kent, superintendent of the Hur Mr. O01. Id was bum 111 Fnglainl it, ilnctoli district of the Methodist Kills Seals ago und nine lo Svia.use, N. Y., ii;..il Church, died of pneumonia here In 1!,':i, wheio he niguni.:e.l un indc to-d.iv II" was r,. ear of nie VI r GOLFING AT WHITE SULPHUR. IJreenbrler llnpi.ll I'llllliK I p Willi laltura. .tf.flltl tlftOtf't tt Wll ITK St I'HL St s I.I 11 IT, Sl'lllN-C.s. W V.I Fell 21 -Mrs William T Swinburne, wile 01 Heir Adiniiul Swinburne, .irnveii 11 nni : 1 mi., v New Yoili to pass seveial months al tho " ' . . .., ... , - ...,i Mr., ii,,,,.. i. 1 iirecnni icr .'11 .nit, . , Koehlur of New York and Mrs llliinche Hnrke. mother nf Miss itlllle llurke, 111- llved fiom the South, i.ccompanleil liy Mis Thuistoii and Miss simpim or New- York. A iirofesslonal m.iKh vvas pli.vid over tlm eighteen hole 1 our.. at vvtilto Sulphur to-day. c. I. .Moiherscle. who went aiound ill "S. defeated Jack Hell wood 2 and 1. Many players were on the course, which Is in excellent mmu- HlMI OeoiKo W Stevens, accompanied by ,T II. KdmundB. Is at the Onenluicr for over Sunday William lluirlson Lewis, wiio iiirived from San briuiclsco tins week, p.isse.l Sunday ut tho Orienhrlcr with Mr and Mrs Thornton Lewis Mrs Lewis and liei son will conic lu March lo take up ineir resilience 111 uie 1..1-1. 1 ,..., , v .Mr and Mm Hobert .Mandel of ( hliago i,,-, hi are at the 1 Ireenbrlei for ;i sujourn of , I' II i'"Kai' several weens. ... iiiiiiiFF, .1. . ... ...... j ,.ran, i--..rt rolk, v a., nn.i 11- narr 01 vv usiinm- 1 Urn are among anlval.s hen- to-du , VI .1.1 lUtlf.i'n n I's-Se' D.1V I i I ' , I ' . .1 . Mi ami llr .1 dm N Ml and Ml" l ' 1 -1,11 11 Ml mid Mr si Ui.ils It I " slanlMiun V . si.tllh. AilentotMi. I'a M. Mr. i: A atltlt"'lf s. 111:11 Inn 1 Ind 1' K I'tilbr Ilflllleil. ill 1 ., 1 . lnnns 1 nt .yi ' . 1 n . svt tnl.in. 1- . A II Pa .vi Ainm -s 1. - '-ii. Innai '. r.tiiti. ralrsr-, caniaa vv 1 rr.ir..'lc" xv v 1 'an. i" ' i: II Mrlj'll. K lliSK. ' ty, Me i , una vir t;n-niiri t'.,iMin. Ohio stsnlpv Sinner I.e. 1 .. M . Mi and Mr. K Vt'lll-'l-uV Hon- M .Tr.hn.nn. San I'ra 1 usee. II II lii.nt.Tt I'rln. r ton. N .1 1 1. 11 mels llesitin. Mr and Mrs l Mage Women's War Itellrf (1111- tern Is Opeiieil. The Sluge Women's War Pellet Can i.en in ihe It 11 Van Winkle Tea Koom, V 1 vn. If. 17 Tliiit-scventli street, was i-'uril- llt.unn' ' opened esieida and moie than 200 Tittle. Nauiiatuik 1 soltliciti. sudors and marines were enier- .! Hrrnrbin snilih. , ... 1 ,i,,,,e i,v Hro.ulwa.v aclors and a. tresses. The use of the rooms had been donated by Honiiie Fellows. Similar f niertJlnineiits will lie given on future Sundays. Among lbo.se who entertained yester day between 3 o'clock and midnight weie Hurt' Mrlntfish, Frank Mclntyie. Wlll lum F.-iinum, lulsc Dresser. Orace La Hue, Finn m e Nash and Charles Win-ulnger ll.tinimin,!. Washlnglou Pa A I I. Mniiiim- M Iu11.1l I I'.rle. (inrll, k r st llriice, s'tain lild-.rt. I.. I'll. In. lelphln NVihirlaii.l-W.il shepherd Nru Vork II 11 MP hiel sp"4.nn.' VVusli II lll.il.e'le,', VV'a'.'llnw.i. Conn Mtirrav llll II (diver It It 2. sra.ip, V y y K Scnvll liol leu. 11 I . VV . IVO. liMilniri, Conn . Trail.'! Haare I.on ilu'. Ilnsli.'i.l I'n-k i.'tiF A 1i.'.ii Mnntrfii! ' ' ' Keen nl.lll.lli.ire M I P A CIlMstle. Mealvllle. I'a . V " l' I -rsnn I hlca t ; sirnlf.irl A I' P. lUiel'i 'i!''.lg. M" V I. 1)1" 1. Pa' i Krim, e Wnli oil Mr IT ) I M. It " V'lstit ' la Mi and Vlrs I I'm . Il.nl 'l 1 1 lliisn r. K "" " ' W' M ,,-lf Vlil'1.'!!' M 1T "I'll Mrs I J s'n'ilili IV isi.tni.-tin II 1 ' Me and Mrs 1 .on r (' VV I'pnn l al" is!"- N' V ' C -lllnulnn l 1 11 1' llnchc- T 1I.1 1'iV.la llnplnii. I' VV lljsen Puri st l.ulnirii.o' Vnunir.' vi Iti.dP Co mii.in. Kv n'. I , EDUCATION PORTFOLIO URGED. llenils to U l(eireseiitll iil I'rrslilrnl's llliinrt. OPERATORS LIFT STRIKE. Spanish Telegraphers Decide to Irniianilt Flection .eir, M V.11111. I'eh 21. -The telegraph opeialors thrnugliout Spain, who have been on a pasdve strike, without lesvlnu theli' posts, as a prolert nguliist the de lay In taking iiclioii on their doirkind for higher pay In compensation for In I'leiised vvotU Siliico the outbreak of tho wai have decided In transmit the news uf the Parliamentary elections. Collcue tin n Atlantic- City, N. J, Feb. 21 Plans! to petition Congicss for the creation of a depai tinellt of education whose seen- j lary shall becyme a member of the President's Cabinet were pei fected here lo-nlglit by a special oinmlnslon of tlic ' National i-Mucatlnnal Association The ! plans will he presuilcd lo the depart-1 inelit of supei Inlenileiiis of Uie assjqeia-, tlon, which opens a 'war' 10m eutiim ' here to-tnoirow. Meinbeiri of the c o-tinnssion that drew tip the plans Include Henry Pratt Jud- son, president, or cnicago i iuviisiiy. Dr. Oeorge I). Slrayer, Columbia Fill verslly : Prof. W. C Iluglcy, Columbia Lotus D Coffnian, Fnlversity of Mlnne solu : Alary V.. Woolley, president of Mount llolyoki; , David Folinley, .North- rn Fnlversity, Illinois, and H. C. Cub- j berl.v, Leland Slunfoid Fiilvcrr ID . j To Trnlii Women n Nurses, I I Many college women made iippili alien ' to enter the "I'lattshurg for Women" that Is to be held at Vassur College this summer under the auspices of the Amer- 1 lean Hed Cross and the Council of Na tional Defence. The headquarters for recruiting Is at 106 Fast Fifty-Hocond street Ii s the pui pose of the our.o 10 111 women for nursing In both the mllliarv and public health blanches. After .111 Intensive course at Vassar the young women will enter Hie leading hospitals In finish their training und to take the degree of leelsterod nurse, All college wmnen who hav graduated lu the last tcii years from standard In Btllulioiis are eligible tor the course. jONGITUD I N A L seats make for an economy of space and wide aisles. A latitudinal arrangement takes the space ordinarily reserved for the standee ond gives it 'to the seated passen gers. This is one of the reasons why you get a maximum of comfort in the Ttfth &wenne "Bus THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:30 AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES Madison Square South, New York FIRST AFTERNOON SESSION THE VALUABLE ART OBJECTS Included in THE NOTABLE ART COLLECTION Formed by ihe late George A. Hearn MERCHANT, ART PATRON AND BENEFACTOR ON FREE VIEW TO-DAY, 9 A. M, UNTIL 2 P. M. At the American Art Galleries Madion Square South I be sale will be eondiii led bv Mr. I HUM S I kllcl! t nt AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers Madison -"in Smith. Knlrjiicc il 1-1. 'Mil .street. New tnrk. V I'.IKplli' W.-l villi!' Iltf ii .',v,- .mil ."inn i 'h uc i'i p I'r.'UiK'i.' There's a fine Scotch air to our handsome ,:"'Scotch Mists", but there's a Yan kee twist in the making. We showed the Scot how h i s wonderful cheviots might be rainproofed a trick in the weaving. Spring weights nowi ready. IUrtitrrpd T i a drm ml. Our Fiscal Year ends this month. So rather than inven tory a lot of little odds and ends (there's really hardly enough to talk about) we give 'em the laugh! Among them a few TO-NIGHT PROMPTLY AT 8;15 In the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58tli to 59th Street viiMissKiN nt (Aim. I imi i:i in tut: wiiiii or nu IHI I.IMMIM III III-, II VII IIIKI (IF IMI. MN4( HKS. I , UTiiKM imiii viiNti tiii: mi, iii i ni:i iin: ro in: i km" FIRST EVENING SESSION THE AMERICAN PAINTINGS Included in THE NOTABLE ART COLLECTION Formed by the late George A. Hearn MERCHANT, ART P.VTRON AND BENEFACTOR ON FREE VIEW TO-DAY, 9 A. M. UNTIL 1 P. M. At the American Art Galleries Mnriiaon Square South I In- S.lb- villi In- i iill'lnc lril lit Mr I IIOM IS I'. Klltlll nf AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers .M.idl-iiu j.ii ,iinti I iitrinifli 1., '.Mil trerl, .Neiv tori. (lilt I 1'oum.iv J-hlrU. . r.ijmnm t3 .'.0 ihi. Me unit fl f, nu.. l und II vs nuw Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 1 3th St, Broadway at Warren "The Four Comers" Broadway at 34th St. Fifth Ave, at 41st St. HighCost of Living Reduced If you have a piece of ground, however small, utilise it for reducing the cost of living. GOLD MINES IN BACK YARDS There are miniature gold mines In back yards, Fresh, crisp vege tables, better than any to be purchased at stores, can be grown with little trouble and at trifling cost on any available piece of land. A plot 35 by as feet will supply a small family and so by so feet can be made to keep a family of eight supplied with a variety of fresh vegetables all summer, with some to store for winter use. Thli bookltl I'lli alt about III how to clean uv lh b-iclt )r.l n preptrt tin. ell, e metly h much sttd te ui, whin nn.i hew in sow the (! and th ylf' I that may be eiiniolod ''.Mupl.'U rnformailon. with dlazrtmi. Olvct ilniplc mvl eompUta Instruction morn thin ! to b fiunrl In nonio booka on tha mibjvi t cut ln 11.10 to II. TI aaclt. Now la tha tlma lo itnd up and br prtp.rad far Iprliif vor. Price, postpaid, jo cents Addreaa, (iAIUIKN IlETAKTVirNT THE 5 UN, 150 Nasiau Street, New York