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Gen. Pershing to
Be Guest To-day
at Flower Show
Sweet Peas Have Their Day?
?Mrs. Ridley Watts Wins
r.ij'st Prize.
Gen. John J. Pershing hits promised to
attend the Flower Show in the Grand
Central Palace this afternoon. He will
arrive at 3 :30 o'clock, and after viewing
the floral exhibits on two floors will be
the chief ?uest in the Tea Garden, which
is being oonducted by the Believue Hos
pital Social Service Committee.
Yesterday, "3weet Pea Day," saw
those blo.->som.-t exhibited in great pro
fusion. * Mrs. Ridley Watts of Morris
town, N. J., won the first prize for table
decorations. Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twom
bly of Madison, N. J., was second. Mrs.
W. Redmond Cross of Morrlstown. N. J.,
rook the principal prizo in the class for
100 swe?-t peas. Mrs. Cross'd exhibit of
this bloom also took a tirst in the class
lor six varieties of Hwet-t peas, and she
won honorable mention in the table
decor:'tions class. In a class for flowers
othc;- than those permitted in table dec
oration Mr. Thomas Aitchison of Ma
maroneck, N. V., took first honors. Mrs.
Cross was second and Mrs. Watts third. I
Mrs. Payne Whitney won honorable j
Yebterday was "Opera Day" in the Tea j
Garden, and Mme. Lucrezla Uorl and
Aime. d'Alvnrez were anions the singers '
there. Hose Ro'anda and Jessica Brown f
danced in the ballroom. Miss Mary j
Cameron was captain of the waitress j
und was assisted by the Misses Sheila
Byrne, Hazel Archtoold, Georglna Wells,
Ruth Tysen, Melissa Yullli, Burks
Yuille, Katherlne Kent and Molly Cogs
well and Mrs. Robert Stafford. Ainont: ;
the members of the TeH Garden commit- '
tee presont were Mrs. Joseph R. Trues
liale, Mrs. Belmont Tiffany, Mrs. Duncan j
A. Holme;;, Mix. Austin Baldwin, Mr*, j
Nicholas Blddle, Mrs. Linzee Blagfden,
Mrs. William T. Cnrrlngton. Mrs. Bruco
Clark. Miss Ruth Morgan, Mrs. Court
landt Nlcoll, Mrs. Frank L>. Polk, Mrs.
John T. Prentl?e, Mrs. Charles H. Sabin,
Mrs. William F. Sheehan, Mrs. James
Shewan, Jr., Mrs. Kgerton L. Wlnthrop
and Mrs. Cl&fencb M. Woolley. . The
flower girls vere the Misses. Adele Roy
nal, Helen Rk-e, Klenmr Pettlnos, Caro
Shaw, l'olly McCall and Ruth Baldwin.
Su'nOay 1* to b? ''Motion Picture Day."
and among the screen artists who wllj
be present will be the Misses Dorothy
Gish, Norma Tnln?ads?, Constance fMn
ney, Alice Brady, Marfan Da vies, Mary
Hay, Helen Lyons, Virginia Wynn and
Justine Johnstone and Richard Barthcl
L*at of Second Series Held ??t the]
Yiiii<lerl>llt Hotel.
The last of the second series of sup
pers and danc#>s by The Bachelors in
the Vanderbllt Hotel last night brought
out the largest attendance since Messrs.
Richard Peters, Percy R. Pyne 2d,
Horace Chase Stetoblns, Frederick
Stevens Allen, Hamilton Fish. Jr.. Frank
Crownlnshleld, William Rhinelander '
Stewart, Jr., and Alfonso de Navarro
opened the season w.th the nolrees for
local charities. A sum In excess of $80,i
000 has been distributed to various home
Last night Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Gourley, Miss Genevieve Cient'enin, Mr.
Bruce McLean Falconer, Mr. ami Mrs.
Henry T. Fleltmann nnd Mr. Juan M.
Ceballos had parties fo*1 supper there |
after the theatre.
The resignation of Miss Rose Young
ns general manager and editor of the
Woman Citizen because of 111 health
was announced last night by the Na
tional American Woman Suffrage Asso
ciation. The resignation will take ef
fect April 15. Mrs. Raymond Brown,
who has handled various executive un
dertakings in suffrage work, will suc
ceed to the general managership of the
publication, and Miss Virginia Roderick
will be the new editor. Miss Roderick
has resigned as managing editor of
F.vrybody's Maffajtitie to enter this
A card party for permanently dls
sbled soldiers, sailors and marine will
he given In the ballroom of the V ->n
sylvanla Hotel nn Friday ai'tcriioon,
April 1, by the Carrv-On Association,
national headquarters 271 Madison avc-1
nue, Mrs. Wendell Phillips, national
Ravell Wnlovltch, Russian tenor of
the Follies Bergeres of Paris, will give
a concert of folk songs and Gypsy bal
lads from his native country at the
American Museum of Natual History to
l.isht. The entertainment is one of a
;.erles given at the museum each Satur
day night by the Public Lecture Bu
reau. i
Dr. Maurice Francis Egan, formerly
Minister to Denmark, will preside at the
dinner to be given for Kir Philip Glhba
Monday night in the Blltmore Hotel by
the Allied Loyalty League. The vice
chairman of the dinner committee Is
Mr. Herbert L. Satterlee. Aside from
the introductory speech hy Dr. Egan
the only address will be made bv Sir
\iUs Grace Hendrlck. daughter of Mr.
and Mis. Ellwood Hendrlck of 138 i
Fortieth street, will ?>vl' a |
to-night for Miss Dorothy Post Ctopp
and Mr. Van Henry Car Hiell. Jr. who ,
are to be married on March .1 he
guests will wear fancy head dreaee* .n .
addition to conventional evening ? .v.. j
Mrs. Crenvllle Kane, who has been
g.riously m of appendicitis hi the Tux
edo Hospital slnee the f J
uury underwent a mscond operation jt.
teniay U was said at the hospital last |
night that she was rcstins comfort:- ??>- ,
Mri Howard St. George and her!
daughter, Ml.";' Vivian St. "eorv-r. wj.o ,
have been vlsitinK her fRthtT- ? i
George F. Baker, at Jekyl Island. Ga,
v 111 start to-day for their home In
London. England, on board the Olympic. ,
Mrs. John O. Elliott, Miss A 111n? D.
Eillott and Mr. John D. Elliott,
passed the winter with Mrs. .lames
Elliott of 13 West Fifty-fourth *tre?T^
will return to London or. board tne
Olympic, sailing to-day
Major Harold Went her and Lady
Wernlnr will start for the South to
day. They will return to the Rlt^arl
ton the first week In April prior <
turning to England.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Forbes McCreery
will leave their apartment at the i.nrie
SI t"Z 'or .J. H?? CTJW..
Atlantic City, to remain o\er taster.
M- and Mrs. Clark Williams. who '
Thompson at Plnewood, 9. C tor ,
fortnight, have returned to New York, j
Mr. John Steward has returned t*
the St Regis from .Tekyl Island, whe.o
lie passed the winter. He will sail for!
Europe next month.
Mr John Rockefeller will return to
? Lv?a TTin? V Y from Ormonde;
PoCfttltlCO illils, ?
BenJh, Fla.. next month.
Mr and Mrs. J. Allen TowrisendMBx
pect to return to NW, York from Cali
fornia late this month.
Mr find Mrs. William M. V. Hoffman
hsve' arrived from New Orleans and
are at the Rltz-Carlton.
Mr and Mrs. Bertram G. Work. who ,
passed several weeks In Europe, have,
returned to New York.
Mr. Alfonso de Navarro returned yes- |
terday from Palm Beach and Aiken.
Comtesse Em Mo "?ls?ra P*sslnS a
few days at Tuxedo Park, N. Y.
Tho British Ambassador and T'a'Jy
i" U,n,M Of f"ffi0Vnr. A.
F.rt M.y.r 'Slii
-lsant Secretary or vv ar, .?'? c.?r~
p., Williams, also was Pr0"?"^ ' ,
tnrv ot War Weeks was present at the
SfS given lr the> a tcrnoom Hot, ?
hlhltlons were for th?. tcneiu
post r.thletlc fund.
Mrs. Pelos A flTodgett has sent out
Vnrll 2 In St John's Church. The cere
teenth street.
"M 'I ' m. - .It.moon from ?:?
corps on Mond'.; ?11?r<i Invitations
Mrs Henry C Wallace. *4f? *2* I
3Xtnry ^Agriculture was the
KtaT^TatMtry?y afternoon.
1,M and WUI ?H to-morrow lor
tio Shoreham.
The "orcmry of .onljn nj;
mr is sz
????? ??? "?rnrf " x"w
* oiv ^Aturdftv motion pic*
?',r children, under the aus
ture shoW?f??r mft nuh. whose
,l(r*s of the Junl hM toplwr TVyott.
directors are ^? J- Herbort W
Mrs l*n?do" ?wls Hooper, will be
Adams and Mr. piawi Theatre.
aTe^c'and $
vcrMon of tbr patronosw
.?The Blue Bird. Amonr ^ ^
?re Mines. Llvin^ton Cos
Oouvemeur Morris, i.?? p HU.
ter, Roland nedmond rmc^ i
horne L. "oosevelt.^Tohn Henry ^
mord, "mird Straipht. Gustavns T.
b,!fI!" John Henrv Livingston. Schuyler
l.lrbv. John "[n5\ Kirig Van Rensse
nj. Warren and John Kink
There will he a c?ird perty next Mon
t ?h?> Hotel Astor for the benefit
cf the New York Fre-h Air Fund l"r
\dulti 'and Elderly People. The er
ter"a1nment had been Incorrectly .e
porteu as takin* place to-morrow
another hotel.
?Sr fla.
9*6 Me *P * ???*? ??*
inkw yo.?n
^psiw ws !
At Especially/ttracttve PkicEs
Notable among the present selections are several
smart models in Satin Day Coats which are
priced at $95 $125
% n m ? i. ? li '
Miss Elizabeth La Boyteaux.
former to Become Bride of
Lieut. EdwaVtl Sandford
Announcement was made yeuterd.ty |
by Mr. and Mrs. William H. La Boy
teaux of 320 Park avenue of the engage
ment of their older daughter, Miss Eliza
beth Forrester La Boyteaux, to Lieut.
Ldward Sandford Pegraija. Engineers
Corps, V. S. A., one of the young men
of this city who went into the army with
the opening dayy of the war and still
are In active service. He Is with the
American Army of Occupation in Cob
Mr. and Mrs. La Boyteaux and their
daughters, the Misses Elizabeth and
Mary Stewart La Boyteaux, wi'l sail for
Europe on May 24. They will visit
Lieut. Pegram In Coblenz and will pass
the summer abroad. The wedding Is to
take place In tnis city In the autumn.
Miss La Boyteaux was graduated
from Miss Masters's School and has
passed considerable time In California.
Llput. Pegram Is a native of New York.
He was graduated from Princeton In
1914 and received his commission at
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sehniewind, Jr. '?
of $ East Seventy-ninth street, rrave a j
dinner and small dance last night, at
which was announced the engagement
of their eldest daughter, Miss Helen R.
Sehniewind, to Mr. Warren B. Pond of
this city. Miss Sehniewind was intro
duced to society l.tst winter and besame
a member of the Junior League. She
was graduated from Miss Porter's
School in Farmington, Conn.
Mr. Pond is the son l?y a former mar
riage of Mrs. Charles Edward Lydecker
of 11 East Eighty-first street. No df.te
has been set for the wedding.
nnttKlitrr of American Connnl la
II ride of r. C. Mltchell-Itinow.
London, March 18.?Announcement
was made to-day of the marriage on
March ! 7 of Mr. Peter Campbell
MltchelMnnes of Swansea and >lis?
Katherlne Cooke, eldest daughter of Mr.
Arthur 13. Cooke, American Consul it
that place.
The ceremony was performed at Swan
Will Become nrlil? of Kevney
O'Connor of Scaraiialv.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sedg'vick of
Scarsdale announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Margaret Sedgwick,
to Mr. Kevney O'Connor of Scarsdale.
Miss Sedgwick Is a niece of Mrs. J. Rich
Stoefs, Mrs Harry Sedgwick and Mr.
J A. G. BmIm. Mr. O'Connor is the son
o' the late Mr. John P. K O'Connor and
Mrs. Constance Jaffray O'Connor.
Mr. O'Connor was a lieutenant In the
lfiBth Infantry oversea*. Tha Distin
guished Service Cross was awarded to
Miss Florence Klnpsley, daughter of
Mr. Benjamin Wells TCIngfley of 5f>6
West 170th street, was married to Mr.
Frederick Rutherford Rhoads, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I"> Rhoads of 32
Elton avenue. Bronx, Thursday In the
Ascension Memorial Church by the Rev.
Or. John F. Steen, the rector. The
bride was attended by Miss Lillian
Klngsley, her cousin, and Miss Martha
Zelsler and Mrs. Robert V. Reed. Tly
hest man was Mr. Robert V". Reed, and
the ushers were the Messrs. Edward F.
Jeremiah and Lewis O. A. Brownsrm. A
reception, dinner and danco followed In
the Hotel Astor.
"Mti Lan," the Chinese play which j
recently was produced at the Cort The- j
atre, was presented in the Century The- ;
atre roof last night by Chinese stu- j
dents for the bereflt of the starving !
people of China Thomas W. Lamont.
chairman of the American Committee
for China Famine Fund, occupied a box
and several other members of the com- j
mlttee were present. A larire audience
witnessed the performance, which will ;
be repeated this evening.
Announcomcnet was made last night !
at the Metropolitan Opera House that
Orvllle Harold will sing the title role |
in "Lohengrin" Ibis afternoon in place j
of Mr. Semharhi w'o his a cold.
Miss Helen Schniewind.
Mezzotints by S. Arlent Ed
wards in the Collection.
A collection of prints and drawings
was placed on public view yesterday at
tin American Art Association prepara
tory to a wile at auction on Monday.
The prints are headed by a large srroup
of mezzotints by S. Arlent EUwardu and
the drawings by a group of studies by
Armand Apol. a contemporary Belgian.
Mr. Edwards, who revived the art of
color printing from a mezzotint plat" us
it was practised by the E) g;isi
gravers of nearly 10o years ago, already
has a number of modern followers, but
remains tile chief of his school In the
eyes of collectors. The ?eventv or more
prints In the present collection are all
line impressions, and Include such well
known specimens as the "Princess Beau
Jolais," after Nattier: the "Beatrice
d'Este,'" after Leonardo da Vinci: "La
Belle Ferronlere," after Leonardo da
'" ?'cl ? the "George Washington " after
Savf^e: the "Visit to the B sarding
School," after Morland, and the "Prince
range,' -il't- r Van Dyke.
Armand Apol 's represented by about
forty drawings, almoit all of them
studies of scenes In the German war
camps. Mr. Apol, who I'elonged in Brus
sels before the war to 'lie revolutionary
group of young pa'nters known as "Le
PIHon," served in the war and was ar
rested by the Ocrnwns m Brussels after
h" had beon invalided nome from the
front. He made a forend solourn In the
Hr.lzmlnden Camp, where manv of the
drawings now shown were made. His
m it look Is necssarily sad. and the ac
counts he gives of the arrival of pris
oners and of their fnrlorn dailv occupa
tions are very graphic. Some portrait
studies are Included, thorough and sym
pathetic delineations of certain Polish
I rlsoners.
In thin collection there are also etch
ings by Mary Cassatt and Thomas Row
lands'ir., a woodcut by Hokusal. draw
ings by Rembrandt. Rousseau. John Rus
kin, Raemaekers and Rurne-Jones.
The tiral session in the sale of tlio
library of a New York collector at the
Anderson Galleries yesterday afternoon
brought in a total of $4,147.25, making
the grand total for the entire sale
$0,213.35. A sumptuous extra illus
trated work, Justin M'Carthy's "His
tory of Our Ovn Times," London. 1R79
180 7. sold for $'20, the highest price of
the afternoon, to J. D. Kern. The works
of Charles Readc, Edition des Equa
relles, one of five copies for England and
America, was purchased by G. Wells
for $165. The same bidder gave $150
for the autograph edition of Bret
Ilarte's works and $llc for the con
noisseurs* autograph edition of the Wnv
erley Novels. Dawson's Book Shop
bought the collectors' edition of tb?
works of Oscar Wilde for $160, nnd L.
M. Thompson the author's autograph
edition of the works of Washington Irv
ing for $130.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, Miss
Joan Whitney, Mr. and Mrs Thomas
Hastings, Mr. and Mrs William Mitch
ell Van Winkle. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
David Walker and Mr. and Mrs Henry
Hill Anderson weru among those who
siw "Tip-Top" at the Globe Theatre
last nlsht.
"< Jood Times" at the Hippodrom? was
s -en by Mr. and Mrs. Tiiom is D. Leon
ard, Mr. and Mrs Harry P. Reynolds.
Miss Isnbelle Mcpherson and Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Halloway.
At the Belasco for "Dehurau," were
Col. James Elverson. Jr., and party In
a box ; Mr. G. Herbert Semler, with four
friends, and Mrs. A A. Ballantine.
To see "Enter Madame" were Mr. an.1
Mrs. George P. Messery, Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Foote. Mr. James P. Vogel and
Dr. August B. Wadsworth.
Foi' "Mian Lulu Rett" at the Belmont
were Jlr Sims Gill Wylic, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Walker. Mrs. William K. Town
pond and MImi Marjorle fltraiih.".
"The Merry Widow'' will he revived
by Henry W. Savage, Inc.. this autumn
In a new production by Joseph t'rban.
An all star cast Is being engaged for
the revival, snd the New York opening
will probably take place in September
before the fifteenth anniversary of the
original production on Broadway Octo
ber 21, 1907, at the New Amsterdam
At The American Art Galleries
Madinon Square South, New York
The Great Imperative Sale
The Sale Will Be Conducted by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRBY jj
?.n?l hi* Mr. OTTO IH'RNRT utiil Mr. It. It. PAKK F '
Ma<1lv>n Si|. Simtli. <? K. ajd SUfft, V-w \nrk.
Palm Beach Wants
No Annexation of
Neighboring Towns
New Charter Drawn Up for
Presentation to Legislature I
Next Month.
S ' rial Despatch tn Tliw Nrw Yobk IlBfUT.D. |
Palm Beach, Ha., Match 18.?Winter
residents here and property holders are
mu<>h interested in the proposed new
charter f<>r the town of Palm Beach,
which will be presented to the Leglu
lature next month. The most Important
feature of the charter provides that
any territory within the town of Palm
Beach sh.ii! not be annexed to any other
town without being voted on and csr
ri a by two-thirds of the entire regis
tt i I'd vot< This proposal is the outcome
of the effort; .f West Palm Beach to
n?k?? a Cf.r:?1 .!?;:!tlOU of -he two places
i;r.<ter the n ? of Palm Beaoh.
Mr. and David Waffs tuff and
i!t<ir sons, David Wagstnff, Jr.. and
Hunt Wagstaff, reached here this morn
intr from Tuxedo Park to Join Mrs.
Wagstaff's mother, Mrs. Henry Morgan
rilford. at her villa, Oceanic, where they
will remain until the end of the month.
Josiah S. Cosden r- turned last night
from a Ashing trip i.t vVest End. one
fit the Bahama Islands, on board his
powerboat, C rum per, accompanied by
Lytle Hull, William Rhineiander Stewart
and J. Gordon Douglas. Mr. and Mrs.
Cosden gave a dinner at 'he beach
following their arrival.
Arriving at the Royal Poinclnna to*
11 ay from New Vork wore Miss Winifred
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bernent, and
\ iscount and Viscountess ri. Y. de Len
Louis G. Kaufman and Sirs J. flan
dulph Robir - m flew to Miami to-day
in a ftyirg boat and after their return
Mrs. Kaufman with Mr. Robinson flow
to Biminl and return. Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson are the house quests of Mr.
and Mrs. Kaufman at Valla Sonla.
Special Denpateb to Tub N(W Yobk Hbrald.
St. AuouBTIMK, Kla., March 18.?Mrs.
George M. Fletcher gave a large bridge
party to-night at the Ponce de Leon for
Mrs. William R. Kenan, Jr., of Lock
Itort, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John Insley Blair of
Tuxedo Park, N. Y., are passing a fort
night here
Lleut.-Col. Henry B. Clagett, U. S. A.,
has arrived from Washington.
At the Alcazar are Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Shepard of St Paul, Mrs. Samuel Ham
ilton of Phlladfelphia. Mrs. Boyd Taylor
of WasninKton, Mrs. Henry (?. Rockwell
of Jersey City and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A. Ross of Canada.
Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson of
Washington arrived to-day from Miami
on board their house boat, the Ever
glades, and with them is Mlsa Hilda
Syl.es and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M.
Oler of New York.
Spr.-iol Despatch to Tub New Yobk Hbrax-d.
Tampa, Fla., March 18.?Motoring
from St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Logan of Mount Holly, N. J., enter
tained several friends at luncheon at
the Tampa Bay Hotel to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Barnett of Sttrlng
i field, Mass., who have been at the* Tampa
Bay, entertained with a farewell lunch
eon this afternoon prior to leaving for
a tour. Their guefts were Mr. and Mrs.
K. A. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. K. W.
Nash of Springfield.
Arrivals at the Tampa Bay include
Mrs. N. L. Howe of New York. Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. McKee of Washington and
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kajjer of Harrus
hurg, Pa.
Ben-Ami In "Sainton and Delilah" at
i the Tlilrty-nlnth Street Theatre will end
Ms New Yo'k engagement to-iiicr.it,
h. Ing succeeded on Tuesday next by
i "The Ghost Between." Miss Xnr i Hayes
i in "Her Famil-- Tree" ends her run at
'he Shiibert to-night, and on Monday
' Low Fields and Miss Maffll?) King in
"Bltj<^ Eyes' will be transferred f:-otri
the Casino to the Shubert. "It's TV to j
You" opens nt the Casino on Thursday
"vcnlng. "The Skin Game" at th>- Bijou
Theatre finishes '.ts New York, < ngngi
, in -nt to-night, being followed on Mon
i day by Leo Dltrlchsteln In "Toto."
F. Hay Comstock, who iia? been
spending th<? winter at Palm Beach, re
turned to New York yesterday and sur
;>rlKe'l his friends by appuarlng on ;
Broadway with a heavy coat of tan
[and weighing much more than he did
I when he went South In December. Dur
ing his stay at Palm Beach Mi. Coin
i stock won a silver trophy cup and the
j tennis championship of wnat was known
[aa the "Broadway Bunch."
The cnsamble of stars for the nine
teenth annual Oreen Boom Club revel
i.t the Oeorve M. Cohan Theatre on
Kastcr Sunday evening Includes Frank
ltacon In "A Dramatic Epleode," hy 8. ,
Jay Kaufman; Herbert Corthell and
Miss Helen Ware In a new one act play; ,
Miss Emily Steven# in a new piece by
Zoo Aklns, author of "Declasse" Miss
Belle Story and others to be announced. |
The Yale tTnlverslty Dramatic Asso- ,
elation presented Miss Clare Rummer's
"A Successful Calamity" at the Plaza -
I:.st :? ?ht. Tiie piny first was given by
the college men nt their prom In Feb- .
ruary, ?nd later by request at the Yale
PavM Belasoo's projuetlon of "JJebtirau," ,
the eomedy Irr m the Freneh of Saeha Oultry,
adapted hy Omnrllv Ilarker. with Lionel '
A twill In the tltl* role. will reach It* imith
iiorformance In the Belasco Theatre st to
day's nir.tlnee.
f'hlrles Dllilncham y.ultrdr ,y plaeed 'he!
Hippodrome on Kundit> night. Ma.. 1. the i
disposal of the Sidney Drew Post of the
AmertcJM Legion for Its annual testimonial ?
performance under the direction of Com
i! nmler Wells Hawks.
A thestre party conuwto'd of t < Ynle m?n '
with the'r Boosts who \*ere ris*r>i. > res of
Grant MltShell attended th<? ; it-run ne? of
"The Champion'' at the i.<m> .roatre
last Tilns Among I1"5 classmates present
v ,*r? i!?n. melius Vsmlerbilt. M. N. Huek
n.T ns'l William Hloane.
Motile Kn g, Delyle Aid*. Andrew Tomhes
.rid Hay llaymond, fair stars trem Morr?s
Iloso's prr.-duetton "Blue I'.yes," whirh moves
from the Csslno to tte Shul>ert Thestre on
Monday, entertained members of the
Theatre Ar^'inhly at th? Hotel Amor yes
terday afternoon.
Hugh Herbert, vlee-i r ? ?|den| of tho* N.?
'lonal Vai'tlevllle Association snd now play
In* the F. K. Proctor theatre , hnx wrlttn
(h' lyrics foi s #<??? musical . orned? to lv>
illed "The P'-pper Pot." Charles '? orter so.I j
Hnm Ifoarn have written the music. It wil'
1m produced some time In Juno.
Mis* Helen Hnr<"mle?n, a h>?mtier of the *n
nomblo of "Midnight Rounder* of 1 ?: I" nt
fir. Century Promenade, has been engaged b>
!,o0 ( or riy. Illustrator, to pose for the pic
tures of the heroine of n new no\ r: by
Kent id HereovlH, the Rumanian novelist,
Th? regular iHlnday MWirts will (?" given
to-morrow ?f the Centurj. where the llowsrl
brothers *v!ll head the bill, st the Central
noil nt the Wtliter '!at ien The uiunl Sun
day ? meert will be given at the Celttury
f'.ootge A, Oiyna, Btnto TtepublP ?n chair
mnn. and a laige party saw last nlKht ?
perfern erci of "Midnight flounders of 1921" J
iho fentury Prono nnde.
Miss F.mnili NIoIas. -? lo had th" title roi '
In "l.lttle Miss Slniplh Ity.'' was engaged t
sief i' by the Messrs. ^Hubert for a rol
in "P.los'som rime." Hi n.' ' Mo to plaj r.g
, rn\* Miss Wle'ss "111 undoestndy Mtlss nt
Pressing Plays
Many Legitimate Theatres to
Be Given Over to Films
Negotiations are under way which
will put motion pictures In such a salient j
position on Broadway by the beginning i
of next season and wilt alter so 111.1- i
terially the theati leal map that the big
feature films will be offering very heavy
competition to the legitimate spoken
It was learned yesterday that plant*
were beln* made to have it least twelve
theatres formerly devoted to plays given
over to screen productions for long en
gagements, and there is a strong belief
In film circles that when the season gets
under way fift en out of the fifty tlrf.t j
Claris hous- H in the Times stiuare die- ;
trict will b devoted to the silent drama. I
This Unprecedented number marks the '
rise of the celluloid plays to a position j
where they are encroaching seriously cn ,
the province of the spoken plays, con
firming the fears of some of the legltl- j
mate managers several years ago that,
the movies would come to dominate the
entertainment world.
News of this important change In the
atrical poll'.. tomes at a time when
the revenues of the spoken productions
are suffering a decline of about 25 per
cent. In business, which some managers,
however, consul, r only a temporary con
dition of affairs.
It Is a fact, though, that several plan
to curtail their activities n?-xt year.
And at the same time word has come
from Dos Angeles that the picture busl- !
ness, which recently suffered a slump,
Is fast K> tti? ?' onto Its feet again.
William i ; will be in the van of
those who vi 1 vhihit long run feature
pictures "on It;. uh\ uy." lie plans next
season to h..ve five theatres there under j
his control?the Broudhurst and the
Selwyn, now occupied by Fox features;
the ?>yric and the Park, which he has
leased, and at >ti?er the name of which
is not yet known. D. W. Griffith will
have two and probably thm- houses, j
with "Way Down East" already booked
until September ut the Forty-fourth
Street. He will go into the Central !
with a film on April 6. The Metro ver
sion of "The Four Horsemen of the
Apocalypse," now at the Lyric, will j
move shortly Into the Astor, which has
housed the spoken drama all season.
Marc Klaw has an option on several 1
big foreign feature films and expects to ,
have several Broadway thc.itrefl to hous** j
them next fail. L'niversnl is expected |
to <lo likewise with at least one theatre, j
and A. H. Woods also has an option on i
a theatre for a film exhibition and con
templates taking another. It is under- i
stood also that such stars as Mary Pick- ,
ford and Douglas Fairbanks will enter,
the long 11. lield, In view of the big
profits being made by these pictures as
against short i uns of the weekly pro
grammes. It is ?- timat-'I that at least '
*2.">0,flu0 in weekly receipts will be dl- ;
verted from the spoken to the film lleld. i
This shift In < ntertalnment was set
going primarily by the success of Grif
fith with his presentation of "Way
Down East" at top rices that are only
? t.out fifty cents less than those of the
spoken drama. Five years ago Griffith
tried to Inaugurate the (2 movie, but
his venture was not a success. Since
then, however, the public appears to
have been educated up to the point of
paying big price for films. The big
returns from such exhibitions has led
Marc Klaw and A1 II. Woods, managers
hitherto concerned primarily with the
spoken drama, to turn much ot their
energy to exhibiting. Woods, in l'act, j
has started a circuit of five first class
?hes'tres in Chicago. New York, Phila
delphia, Boston and Detroit, to be ready i
within a year, which he plans to extend ?
to Cleveland, St. Douis, Pittsburgh, Bal-i
timore and other cities.
Next Season.
Was Ecumenical Patriarch of
Ixisooy, March 18.?Archbishop Dor- !
otheus, the ecumenical patriarch of j
Constantinople, vice-president of the
World Alliance for the Promotion of
International Friendship Through |
'"hurches, and former metropolitan of
lfrussa, died hare to-nitrht. He was
elected temporary patriarch of Con
stantinople In 1 f 1S after the retirement
of Arohblnhop Germane*.
The visit of Archbishop Dorotheus to
England was a unique event, as no pa
triarch had ever gone beyond eastern
Europe, except In 1129 and 14 4 9, when i
patriachs went to the councils in Flor
ence, Italy.
The object of the visit of Dorotheus
to I^ondon was to make personal rep
resentations on behalf of the non-re
deemed Greeks and tin* status of Con
stantinople at the recent Near East
conference. On Tuesday tha Archbishop
rose from a alck bed to confer with Earl
Curzon of Kedleston, the British Sec
retary for Foreign Affairs. After the j
visit to the Secretary be steadily de- !
dined until death intervened.
KMIth [nfnnlrjmrn 1n Honor Hln
tlcnliiirjf l.lnr Hero To-morrow.
Funeral services w'll be held to-mor- ,
rr.w afternoon at the Fourteenth Re*i
ment Armory, In Brooklyn, for Capt.
William 10. P'rlsdeM onmmandtr of the
Third Battalion, lO.ith Infantry, who
was killed on September 29, 1918, at the
Htndenbur* Line. C.tpt. Blalsdell's body j
ens returned from France on the
it'nmshlp Homme last Monday.
AmoriK those attend r.^ the funeral i
services will be delegations representing
William K Plaladeil Post and the 106th j
Infantry Post of the American I>(tlon.
Dnnichter of I r?? 1. Kip Wan
Thrown from Horse Sntneriny.
Miss Natalie Kip, 14 years old, a stu- '
lent of thi Pearborn-MorRRn School In
South Orange, N. J., who was Injured
last Saturday by belnff thrown from a
horse, died yesterdav in the heme of her
itepfather. Dr. Mefford Rynyon. A3
Academy street. IT<r mother formerly
nas the wife of Tr.-i A. Kip, Jr., who now j
lives In Cedarhurst. I. I She end Mr.
Kip Were divorced In 191 <?
hgvrv c. fi i-i-kr.
tlenry C. Ful'er, fo> many years nn
%ctlve member of the New York Stock |
(exchange, died at his home at Mount j
forn. Fin , Thursday after a Ion? Illness. |
Ffe was TS y<r>ri
Mr. F'i'ter atne ^ member of the;
Stork Exchange wh< ri the Open Hoard of
brokers and Q d Board consolidated
He founded the Arm of Harris A Fuller,
ind remained it.? senior meinbed until
il* retirement t few years ngo. In re
cent yenrr Mr. Muller had lived In
Florida. .
Funernl ??rvices for Cameron Mac
kenzie. former cnr'esp ??o nt
'or Ttr* Xkw York Hkra?^>, who died
rhursday on the Aquitarda, wh eh I* j
earing this pnv:, will be held -\t the '
'??deviate Church. Wot End avenue
nd Seventy e\ - nth street, on Mond'-v
t 11 M Interment will be at Mon
Helped Unfortunates for 15
Years at Jerry MeAnley Mis
sion in Water Street.
John H Wyburn. superintendent for
the last fifteen years of the famous old
Jerry McAuley Mission, 316 Water
street, is dead. He will be mourned by
thousands of one time drunkards, out
casts and unfortunates In whose sodden
life Wyburn's helping hand was the
flrst to point the path to regeneration.
The mission superintendent's death
occurred on his birthday. He was born
In England J"st sixty-two years ago las..
Thursdiy. He died Thursday evening
at Clifton Springs, whither he had gone
In company with his wife and his only
daughter, Elizabeth, in hope of recover
ing his Impaired health.
Mr. Wyburn was educated in Eng
'and, but came to America as .a youth.
His unique work In the old mission in
Water street won hosts of frlvnds not
only among the submerged tenth but
also in the ranks of the clergy and of
such practical reformers and social bet.
termcnt workers as R. Fulton Cutting.
Mrs. Jordan L. Mott, the late John S.
Huyler and F. Murray Olyphant. As
superintendent Mr. Wyburn succeeded
8. H. Hadlcy, a converted drunkard
who once had been a prosperous insur
ance man and who had presided over
the Water street harbor of refuse from
1886 until Ills death In 1906. Wvburn
had been Hadley's assistant and had
served as superintendent of the Bowery
Mission. But it was in the Jerry Mc
Auley Mission that he was plucked, as
he often told, like a brand from the
burning aftei John Barleycorn had
robbed him of several successful bake
shops in Brooklyn.
One night In 1906 some of the Jerry
McAuley converts had accepted an in
vitation from the Kev. Donald Sage
Mackay to go up to the Collegiate
Church of St. Nicholas and tell his
Fifth avenue congregation about the re
ality of sin and the power of true con
version. Wyburn was one of those who
testified and this Is how he told the
story of his own reclamation:
"I may not look like an ex-tank."
he said, and a half suppressed gasp of
astonishment rippled over his congrega
tion as they studied this well groomed,
wholesome looking man, "but that is
what I am. Christ removes the marks
Of sin from our faces even as from our
sou!r when we come to Him. A man
came to the Mission this afternoon with
a flask of whiskey In his pocket. He
knew he could not kneel down and pray
with whiskey In his pocket, so went to
the door and threw It into the street
and then came back. When I first
went to the Mission X did not have
whiskey in my pocket: I was full to the
"It has been said a drunkard cannot
be brought to see the light when he is
in his cups; yet I was so drunk that
I could hardly walk when flrst I fe!t the
influence of the Master ov< r me. I had
made up my mind when I went to the
Mission on the advice of a friend 1 had
met in one of the Bowery 'morgues' to
ask S. H. Hadiey for the loan of $10
on which to carry out the rest of my
Jag. Fortuj ately, the flrst time I went
there he was not In ; the second time I
went lie met me, talked to me, and then
I got down on my knees and the weight
that had been pressing me down slipped
lost and found
'""SfSfflj'-g;, ues:
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iX?K Mver. Chnmb.-ri m'ar ' '"r 30.
' "bruary 23 J".. ,,7 ** ?, Vork C|-y
Leo. J' I none lirc/au 1^72, air'
?? PMd ,or ,h(. _cowpv
1?0 m?S3rr
?TOlin it Woilt-f; motor Vr, ?.>i2 ? "Alf VAn
v?' no?n*<? 8h?27m v 2 ^ No
12-' l>ili?nrt.j. ,'fr ?,c"T '" front' of
?u?iir n""r- SHKP^'Vir March 17
A W ^ "" Wll,la??M?.Lf,TIN<;
bUek fr *'? Xo ArTV""0~',;^
s? sssrsr ts^v
wooi? AtufSTiNa i;i-hk!i?'P?m pHi:n
gt. John Hfc-At;. ?? Wllllnni
body, motor No 41?? ^4Ck coufx
?V-w Vork; *fol?-n from' v?f?" No 1'nT.
atm? ???? - ?-'WsKrsag
IA )ST~Hn) a 11 Mftrk ?? ra. .
Wofirwxiny 4 \f n J Ambov
?vinroLAS Ho.i' ir4' n ?V,V"*?
f.oj?T_|i|?. i. ...... ' ' ' '.'rv P!?c<
121*t n. i-'u'i] "Ilh * "Iry, ~R^T.
? mr? klki.vmWr'',u""'"
Jew*lr?. ?
iro",T| F h'?V""iind^V'* h'fw"r i
1? Wert r,.?,!;? ^.n ?v. *?,}
"row. n?t?rn to tvn H ? rt.1*ri"n'; -
-1* Colmnfw ,; '!'!** * T\VLortf
.'-LJcr^rw Coli.mhiT^ '.*j.yri recrtv* .
by ?nm'|'|" "pcVrl* J"**?*"' "4
1'omto; liberal re\L',h '"?xr.N *n.? rife.
A:i?horro_Ar,t, , 7Pth ;.ar;'n n., .f;n';sn'-'-.
Imim (tlamond pin ln?r' D?'r>V'rn Tf P'*'
hlid* rci>f*urant -7-1,,,r ,,,t ' I. ,** "r
*W Rlv?r?M? nnVr " TKBR.
[,OflT_rrob?|)ijr In Onrm u.,,:
XWT-Brooch ^Vmonif^ Th?^~ S?
?>e?*orn Wf?t 42.1 ?? ?nl \f? i Mfl-' '' '
" . or In ??| Tri 'I" \ ? V \ ', , , n ??--?
OH 37tli_*t. anv * co., K.f|h ?
Wrnrln* Apparrl,
r.' rn.\ 4110. ' n" <l""?tlOTi..
"iTth" snT'sftr, si*ri* "fTiC
rownrri for ivfwrn fr. nit .f r*l
iirnr -,B. "'*t Wtn *t., nfiarf
Cut*. I>n(?, tr.
t>'- I' on PTHAVRI) -I ? .
.1,""^ : ;v?: i';:' -rnTh ?"'' ^
,M,?u,f nwn:r>"';
felTnAcii,Ti\ aotb* ASK
iletta, Mary A. 8.
Borrone. Antonio
Clatcy, M. Paula
' 'od?flrgtoii. Aiphc-us,
Dona d.ion. A?pie;j H.
Puane. Robert J
I 'unctin. James M.
I-'arrlngton. John W.
Puller. Henry C.
IK-rigce, Ruth -S.
Hcll.orn, iiarlea
Hornt. Julia
King, E.iward B.
Kip. Nathalie P.
Klausman. William
M.-ag!.er. John J . Jr.
Murphy. Thoniaa A.
MeMurray. Gerald P.
Prime. John L>.
Btone. Louis B.
Taylor. Sarah
Walton. Ktlza D.
A'nod, Anna M.
Woodruff, George A.
In Mejuorlaai.
Der r?3y, .John J. Silo, Nana I.
Lu.itlg, James 1J. WlUon, J am .a H.
Mifnrr, Beatrice U.
B?nT??, PMa*r- AM'reh '?? WW. "t
nk-ci- Mra r at tht- re"1<J<?nc,! of her
\V. w>' s'k.v, L*e E- Constantly. 2<J2
o'clock Sunday afternoon, at 3
b"lov:NdE ^?a;\',irc,h "? 192'- Antonio,
Capellli ,,1,^ .1-?, Marie Uorrone (noe
friends ?i i , , ?'h >'^r- Relatives and
Fritdl^ ,. b, r? ?f Socl,la L'nlond
No 74 H i.' a1^0 "ni1 Hoboken Lod^*
_ SS S*B."S.LtahM "" ??? "
CIPaNrkY ^A''r, M?UJn' St Bedford
1 'n u I a ClJi J*?' '"Ch RI?"t M.
Mbr' h in.'"aTVo 30?*",UlW" -Saturd?>
CO<!inl-rNm'T(KN1'??2 March 1". Alpheus Cod
"lnpton. beloved husband of Elizabeth
r^dL'n"0?'- Kun,',al "ervlcea at late
ri sldence. Grove st Oradell \ j ?u..
day. March 20. at 3:]f, P. M ' faua
D??*Kn'TaNM,nte:ed lnto e,ernaI life on
Funeral ' As,,e,' H?? Donaldson,
uneral services at chapel of St Luke's
ocfockl n?(be^?Vtrd" *' March 19 ? at s
o^ciock in the afternoon. Interment prl
DUt^VErCEPTI 107,h Infan
I'rancu. October \ ini'i /t,t'K'Tn"' ,n
Thomas \V U,?J r-n 5* be,ove<l ?on of
of \tra r' 1 tllen C. Duane, brother
T n..i E?tto Williams and William
Irnr, U?np- , 1,,nornI Monday. March 21
from chap#l, soutJive.st corner 43d ?t and
-t W Holy ^roaa Church. "d
h.." CW'b rated ?f"V?n R?Julem mass will
Calvary Cemetery. ?
!U-NC AX-Suddenly. ?n Thursday. March
llr'mki " *?, r-"ncaP of "'s Monroe st..
, il fruneral private. Sun
Marc" Kindly omit flowers.
"ri'vin'rT(?'-M,lrch 18? Jo'm W, aged
J cars, funeral Chapel. Stephen MerrPt
corner iVth C,c"latl"? Co.. Hll 8th av.
corner isth St.. i-aturday. 2:30 P. M.
".'aV'"ilreh u Dora- KIa- on Thurv
tV ' 7-lflt ; I7' ,H?"r> l-'lough Puller. In
vfr .aq 'it f .? ? funeral ?et -
p,a March 10 rts,d,;"ce' Muu"t Dora.
HR"<;KS.-^n| March 10. 1021. at Coehen.
f*- *?. Ruth Bylvenlor H.?Ugea beloved
daughter of Julia Adelnlde Hedges and th'j
i?^r? in" ,tetw of Jamea 8
n,^8e^,chc;rp^h.trar-aft,;r br,e'
HHLBORN.?On March IS. In his S."?d year
Gr<Vnba'um>,?Xn'ri nt ^nnle (ne^
and ?^rr!cemnd,l(rVb?^?he^thotfr
frjenda I'ay anrt u"!"' Helborn. R. lati
U.2, ?,? ivn,tnil'-7 of Empire City
"I, \'"!V t r Arcepted Masons;
Iar2el "h ncr Lo,lse 2J- Fr"e Sons of
and Progress Council n. A
l2ii t i ?" a,I('n<l the funeral from bli
HO(nl7'"wic-kTi,ur"My- Ma:ch ,7'j??a
P.r.r.i kk?>. Widow of Herman Horxt.
. ./ , ?ervfcos Saturday evening h
verMtr' ?V her 'Rtt- r?'u,,nce. 2418 Unl
r ity a\., near Fordham roat* In #?r
rnent at convenience of family.
KIifr,'I~K'lw*rd Uronson. at Ills residence
Wt"l.Now Brighton. S. I |[
Knevals ^it'iul s^no? tria^"^.^ & '
%.r Christ (hurch FranVHn
?'! ^r'*tl,on. Sunday, March 20. 1921, at
at., soufh h;,rr?la;:. ?? ^a"?ny
morning. March 27'. at' n" 0?lorf? l"?y
rytn'vn' ^ * Cemeu'ry". TI?-"
K^'iA,V.seM^rn,in;:h iji,M,n21',at '-t- ?i
officer and member- of Harlem Lodge!
No im' ?n5-A- BMvan Chapter.
* ? ^V??^ch?'^t??r Marnntr
f iinee? i** '"ejipectfully Invited to attend
m'traL,""r^e ?E,.m!?3orf ShRi>*1.171
i." ?, on Saturday. March 10. at H
? M. Interment private.
M!i?P.,IE.U ~Ko'lled ,n art,on In Prance on
Meacher'rr r- ,0"<? torI,oral John J.
b inv fompany C. 107th Infantrv.
bilo\."l sr>n of Harriet Meagher Punerai
T0?A M MfvnH H<*Pp place. Requl, m
()?r i !h^ Mn"''a>'. March 21. at Church of
ham road. 'rCy' Mar'?n av" and r?rd
Ml1027,Ti,nmld.<1an,y?V T,'U?day. March IT.
' \i,n7 V v n i>' heloved husband
, ,o- Sr?,., McNamaia. at his residence,
nn ^ n' ^ r': Brooklyn Manor. Ile.juleii'
w j at s'; Thomas's Church. Woodhavrn
Monday. March 21. 1021. nt )0 o'clocl
IH^pleuse c"Py e* R,Chmond <Va > I'a
McMT-nRAY -rorpr ral O. raid P. MeMurray
onipany A, 107th Infantry, killed In
action in France, October 12. 1018. 9cr
rem V U be held ,at lI" ?rav"- Woodlawn
t<meterj, near .t.-ronn- avenue rate on
Sunday. March 20, mai, at a -.in p' M
t?ndrade" ":"J frl"n'', are lnvltcd to a?
PIvlME.?March IT, John L. Prime, aged M
? ari. Pwner?1 f'hapel, Stephen M?4t ritt
Tlitrlal nni. Ciematlon Co., ini R*h av
tfffS, ,8th *t" fU'Klay morning at 10
8T''NK Friday. March 18. J92I. Louis
Stone, at his residence, ITU West
flower"' a' pr!vu!r Kindly omit
TATLOB On March 17. at t::? residence of
her daughter. Mrs. George W Butta. 3S.1
Central Park Went, Sarah Taylor. Ser
vl?es Sunday afternoon, March 20 at 4
WM.Tf>N.?At Orange. N. J., March 17
1021. rilza JVmglaa. widow of William t!
Walton of 0:> Heyvsood av., Orang-. Kunerai
aer\-lce private.
W'XID.?On Thursday, March 17. 1321 at
her res Id. nee 7*1 Park :.v? New York
, .ty' ,'^."L'a ^,a'>- rider (lauehter of tie
late Richard Dunn and Martha Willi-.
Wood. I- uneral services will b- held at
?M. Jarr.e- s Church. Madlron av and 71 r
st., on Monday morning. March 21 at il
i, eio**k. In'erment private.
WOODRPPP.?At Pat sale, N. J.. Thursday.
Ma:ch I<, 1021, George A. Woodruff
1 un ral "erylces at the First Methodist
Episcopal Church, Sunday. March 20, at
DERMODY.? In suered and loving m?morjr
..t our dear brother. Rev John Joseph
I rniody. March 10. 1007-Map h 10. 1021.
I.U3TIO.?James C'anchard. Upon the first
innlversary of his death a prayer Is of
(erwl for the continued peaceful repose of
his soul He la gone, but hla memory *111
remain lovingly and forever.
MA'tNKR.?Beatrice Cnn. In <??' and lov
ing memory- of our darling daughter, who
dl? d March 10. 1000.
."!!/>.?Nana Irene Silo. Dovlng remem
bran>e of my deartat friend. May.
WIDSON ?In loving memory of my dear
husband. Jame* K Wilson, March 19.
Mai. Hla ?lf>-. Marietta Wilson.
Call Columbus 8200
* Complete funeral .ser?ice
ta in utmoapher* of rrfinrmenl
"The ten costs no more"
(Non&ectarinn I
Broadway at 66?h St.

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