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Lectures on Drama, Art and Literature Wide Bange of Kv?nts in Music Also Has Boon Provided. The proBTanime of lectures for the In atitute of Arts and Sclenccs in econom ics. art. science. politics and trave. was announced yesterday by Columbia In versity. The list Is filled with the names of persons noted in the field of literature and the drama and In art In $oneral who now contribute to the lec-1 tare courses of the university. In art and architecture there will be two illustrated lectures. October 19 and October 26, by Prof. L. A. Lolseaux on "Gothic Spain" and "Moorish Spain." Richard F. Bach of the Metropolitan Museum of Art will-lecture October 21 end 2R on "Industrial Arts and the Dem ocratic Ideal" and "Home Furnishings and the People?What. They Want and \> hy They Dont' Get It." Others art events are: "Some Great Amarican Artists." No vember 9. Henry AVarrln Poor; "Egyp tian Art," February 27 and March 13, Mrs. Bernlce Cartland Richardson, de partment of Egyptian Art. Metropolitan Museum; "Some Great French Cathe drals," April 3. Miss Martha Shannon. Boston Museum of Pine Arts: "French Black and White of the Last Hundred Years," April 6. William M Ivtna, Jr., curator of prints. Metropolitan Museum; I "Italian Art." April 12 and 19, Mrs. James Walcott Haslehurst. Tn curre.nt history Prof. William Starr Mvers of Princeton will deliver eight! lectures. Other lecturers and Wieir top ic.. will be: Dr. Georice Karle Ralguel, "The United States and the Other Amer it a"; "The Events of the Week" (four lectures, K. Ratcliffe of th- Manches ter Guardian: "Current Events in F ench Politics." Prof. Marguerite Cle ment. Lycee do Versailles. Lrrtnrri on the Drama. Rupert Hughes will begin the instl *i:*e's programme in literature and the dr xrna on October 24. Other events In th s field Include: "Japanese Folklore and Its Influence TJjion Everyday Life," Mme. Etsu Ina gnkl Sugimoto; "Some Guides to Mod ern Poetry." Prof. Krank A. Patterson: ?'American Tlays and Playwrights." Miss Jane Dransfield; "Galsworthy end "Shaw." Miss Amy Cryan: "Henrlk Ibsen In His Own Country," Miss Ellen Mirle Jensen: "William James" and j "Dante," Dr. Henry Neumann, leader of the Brooklyn Ethical Culture So ciety: "BJornson. His Great Personality! and" Work." Mrs. Effie Danforth McAfee*. "The American Novel To-day." Pror. John ?rskine; "Judging Good Plays From Bad," ' Frank Ferguson; "Modern Anglo-Irish Poetry," Norreys Jephson O'Conor; "Great Historic Ro mances," Dr. Kate Upson Clark; 'The French Republic In History and Litera ?ure," Prof. Christian Gauss. Princeton; "The. New Movement in the American Theatre." Maurice Browne: "Some1 Guides to Modern Fiction." Prof. Frank A. Patterson; "George Eliot's Life and Art." Leon II. Vincent: "Representative Americans." Prof William Lyon Phelps, Yale." and "Shakespeare's Women as Modern Heroines." Miss Louise Wallace Hackney. The following will give dramatic re citals and authors' readings: Miss Maud Scheerer. Ernest Denny of Lon don. Prof. Algernon Tassln, Mrs. Mar garet Deland. Charles Rann Kennedy. Kdith Wynne Matthison, Mrs. Leland Powers, Mrs. Elizabeth Pooler Rice, Frank Ferguson. Prof. John Ersklne, Miss Dagmar Perkins, Miss Marsaret fsmall of Wellesley, Miss Blanche Townsend. Mrs. Ellen Van Volkenburg Browne, Miss Margarette Penlck. Miss , Sydney Thompson. George Harris, Jr., Miss Theodora Ursula Irvine, Miss Kthel Priscilla Potter and Mrs. Michl- | taro- Ongawa. Concerts and Recitals. A wide range of events in music, In- ' eluding concerts and recitals, has l>ejn ; provided. In philosophy, h>torv and ihe ro-ial sciences the speakers will Include ? rrof. Carlton J. H Hayes. Dean Prod- ; ertrk J. E. Woodbridge, Sao-Ke Alfre'l Minister from China; Prof. Samuel ! McCune Lindsay, Mls? Amy Cryan, Prof. Howard L. McBain, Prof. Edwin R. A. Sellgman. Dr. Kufua P. Johnston. Prof. Henry K. Seag-r. Alias Mabel p. Knight i Princess Nlboban), Mrs. Effie Danforth McAfw. Leland Rex Robtnson, Mis* Christine Stael von Holstein, Prof. Franklin II. Giddlngs, Prof Dixon Ryan Fox. Prof. William P. Osburn, Prof. Everett Kimball of Smith College. Dr. Arthur E. Bestor. George E. Odell. Dean ?hailer Mathews of the University of Chicago. Dean Charles Ft. Brown of Tale. Prof. Benjamin B. Kendrlck. Prof. Marguerite Clement, Prof. Eugene E. Agge# In science and household arM four lec tures on "Som" Typical Applications of Chemistry to Daily Life" will given bv Prof Daniel D. Jackson, Prof. Mars ton T Bogert. Prof Henry C. Shermin and Prof. Clifford p. Carpenter. SOCIA I. XOTES. Mrs. George C. Smith of j-'O Park ave nue la at the Ambassador Hotel for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Morris. Edward H. Mori Is. Jr.. and Miss Ilelen Morris of Philadelphia also a;e there. Brig -Gen. Ix>gan Feland. U. S. M. C., and Mrs. Feland arrived yesterday from Washington and are at the Hotel Astor before going to their camp at Glen Eyre. Pa , for the autumn. Major Joseph C. Ilaw and M-s. Haw arrived from West Point for over Si n day and are at the Astor. Others there are Capt. Calvert II. Arnold and Capt. Edward J- Glynn from Fort Wood, New York, Major Charles A. Drnvo, Major Ralph P Cousins. Air Service, and Major Charles P. Daly, from West Point. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nutt and Mr. and Mrs. C A. Dann of New York city are at the Hotel Alexandria. Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elsenberit and Miss Otllli Hyams of New York are at the Grand Hotel d'Este at Lake Como. They will go to Rome, Egypt and Palestine before returning to their home at Wave Crest, L. I., next spring. ROSLYN TO-DA Y WILL DEDICATE ITS WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING Two Concerts With the Marine Band and Opera Solo ists?Receipts to Equip Structure. Special Dtspatch In T"5 New tosk IIb^ai-D. ' Roslvn, L,. I., Sept. 17.?All Boslyn j and many men and women of proml-1 nence In New York will assemble to- j morrow for the dedication of the Roslyn War Memorial Building, the first of Its kind to be erected on Long Island. In connection with the exercises there will be concerts by tho United States Marine Band, which Is to conic from Washing ton especially for the purpose. There will be two affairs marking tha 'Indication day. one at 3 o'clock at Har bor Hill, the estate of Clarence H. i MacUay, ard the other at 8 P. M. In the M-morlal Building. Mr. Mackay Is hon orary chairman of the memorial building ?"ommitteo. There will be an admission fee of $3 at Harbor Hill, the proceeds to be devoted to equipment of the build in:?. In addition to the concert by the Marine Band there will be solos by Miss Cecil Arden and Bafaelo Diaz of the Metropolitan Opera Company. The dedication ceremonies proper will be In the Memorial Building and will be open to the public. Nuthon S. Jones of Brooklyn will be the master of cere* monl?s and John II. Love permanent chuirman. Henry D. Walbrldge will present the bronze tablet which is to hear the names of Boslyn's 242 men and women who served In the world war. Gold stars will mark the names of th03n who save their lives. The Marine Band and the soloists will also give a concert in the evening. The War Memorial Building grew from a movement started two years ago at a dinner given at Harbor Hill by Mr. Mackay, when $30,000 was subscribed toward a fund of $100,000. Among the OODMAN EUGDORF <H6 FIFTH AVENUE FRENCH MODELS OUR SELECTIONS FROM CALLOT, CHERUIT, LANVIN MOLYNEUX, ROLANDE JENNY, RENEfc AND OTHERS HAVE ARRIVED. Copies Cxecuted 'Promptly GOWNS COATS FURS SUITS ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF A NEW ROOM WHERE COPIES OF THE SMARTEST FRENCH CLOTHES ARE CARRIED IN STOCK READY TO PUT ON, AT VERY REASONABLE PRICFS. cRERGDORF TjOODMAN 016 FIFTH AVENUE HATHAWAY FURNITURE '['here is a growing appreciation of Painted Furniture. Its note of fresh color, an effective touch in any room, is particularly appropriate and attractive in the Bedroom. The Hathaway collection of Painted Fur niture in general and Bedroom Suites especially, is one of the most interesting features of our showrooms. It includes many striking examples of modern decora tive themes as well as quaint styles sug gestive of bygone generations. Much of the charm of this Furniture lies in its infinite variety. Tt affords an op portunity to suit the decoration to in dividual preference or to harmonize it with the room. With few exceptions, the Paint ed Suites on our floors can be supplied in any color combination desired. W. A. HATHAWAY COMPANY 62 West 45th Street, NEW YORK The ilht'triteri guile in nhown in fr'roy in Ik hand-pa in't I line and floral deco at ons anil in hnry deeoratrd teith a blue linr; alio in Black w th I tie and floral decoration , at a tligl I'y higher price.. It compr tea n ve ptreen t'rtefud nq (win bed*or light pi'ecen if the full width hed ?'? preferr.-d. Th piece* can h tupplied eeparotely if den r d. $ piece including tic'n beja, $.<10 6 piccce with u I width bed, $265 V subscribers are MSr. and Mrs. Hrnry P. Davison, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian H. La.r kin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pennoyer, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ditworih. Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. James N. HOI Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Auchlni'los3, ,Mr. and Mrs. ClUlds Frick. Mr. and Mrs. D^rrHgh Park. Mr. and .Mrs. Henry F. GdMlfrey, Mr. and Mrs. F." N. Doubleday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoping. Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Garland. Mrs. Henry P. Tal ler, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Love. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Guthrie. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic B. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Mor gan. Clarence H. Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. Snowden Fahrestock, Mrs. I.. Stuart | Win*. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer L* Schiff BROOKLYN HAS OPERA WITH NICOLA ZEROLA 'Cavalleria Rusticana' and 'PagKacci* Sung. Brooklyn took tlie honor to Itself of opening the opera Reason last night In tha Academy of Music. The Brooklyn Opera Company gave a performance of the well known operatic twins, "Caval leria Ttustlcana" and "Pagliueci." Nicola Zcrola, Italian tenor, was the brightest star of the night. All hi* high notes were applauded with fervor. He sans Canio In "Pagliacci." The Scdda was Miss Irene Webb. The role of Al.flo fell to Enzo Seraflno. The con ductor was Arturo Paganucol. The big house was filled with a per>pirlng but enthusiastic audience. All troubles ap peared to be forgotten for the time bring in tho season's first flood of operatic music, which was available at four bits to 51.50. CHICAGO OPEBA LEASES SIGNED Eight Documents Nrceaanrjr for Openlnir Here In January. Chicago, Sept. 17.?The last obstacle to the appearance of the Chicago Opera Company for a seaisdYi of five weeks in Now York, beginning January 23. ha3 been removed, George M. Spangler, business manafrr, announced to-day with the signing of eight interlocking leases oil the Manhattan Opera House. The eight leases wera necessary, he said, to obtain the consent of all factions anions the heirs of tlje late Oocar Ham merstein, who own the house, which U in the hands of a raceiver. IflSl LIXK ALIMS.B TO D*NCE. There will be a tea dance under ttto auspices of the Ursuline Alumna of New Rochclle at the Hotel McAlpln on Satur day afternoon, October 8. ojKning the winter social season of the alumnap. SHERIDAN THEATRE, NEW PICTURE HOUSE, OPENS 'Disraeli,' With George Arliss, First Film Shown. The Sheridan Theatre, at Seventh ave nue and Twelfth street. In the old Green wich section, was opened last night, add ing another to the list of New York's (treat picture theatres. Admission was by invitation only, the Sheridan Tlieatro Company, Max Spiegel, presi dent, asking 2,700 of their friends, the capacity of the house, lo see for the first time the beauties of the interior and enjoy thfe elaborate picture pro gramme arranged for the Inaugural. The Sheridan li the first -picture thea tre In the class of the great houses on Longacre square to be built south of Fourteenth street, and the opening was a theatrical event of Importance. Erccted at a cost of $700,000, Edwin T. Emery Is the managing director. The color scheme of the Interior is green. Ivory and gold. A sixty foot dome caps the uuditorlum. An Innovation Is that the front row of scats Is forty feet from the screen, doing away with objectionable close up views of the pictures. Another I* a sunken cro?sway passage through the orchestra acctlon parallel to the stage, so that spectators can leave or reivch the forward seats without ob structing the view of those In the or chestra chairs. The opening picture feature was "Dis raeli," with George Arllss. There alio was a comedy, "Gone to the Country," ?>nd special views of Greenwich Village life. The Symphony Orchestra played the "Poet and Peasant" overture. The Sheridan mixed quartet sang and Misa May Fabian was soloist. Sl'BH FOR SINGERS' SALARIES. A suit was begun yesterday by Frank Gillmore, treasurer of the Actors' Equity Association, against the Fidelity uiu.' Deposit Company of Maryland, to re cover $5,000 which the defendant. It is alleged, agreed to pay in case the South ern Light Opera Company did noi pay four weeks' salary to Its Equity em ployees when It opened an engagement last May in the Manhattan Opera House. Our collection of French Models is now complete, and con stitutes one of the most brilliant show ings of its kind in America. Our Tailoring ?f?d Dress making Salons will make to order Suits, Coats, Wraps, Day Dresses, and Evening Gowns, and will also reproduce Paris Mod els at materially reduced prices, prior to our re moval. New Location Will Be Fifth Avenue at 56th and 57th Streets? We had fully intended occupying our new twelve story building at Fifth Avenue, 56th and 57th Streets, early this Autumn and all of our commit ments, abroad and at home, were made accordingly ?but as everyone knows construction is rather an uncertain quantity and judging from present indi cations, it is likely to be some time before we can oc cupy our new home. We have therefore arranged to have all incoming ship ments from abroad, as well as the fashions being made in our own workrooms, placed on sale in our present* quarters at Fifth Avenue and Forty-sixth Street at Re moval Price Concessions, beginning tomorrow, Monday. Everybody knows of the Wonderful values offered during the mid-Summer weeks, and all we need say now is that the values in Autumn and Winter Fashions will be even more interesting on account of their extreme timeliness. Smart Tailor-made and Richly Fur-trimmed Suits? Two and three piece effects, Handsome Fur-trimmed Coats and Coat Wraps For street, and afternoon wear. Rich Fur-trimmed Evening Wraps Of metallic brocades and velvets. Wonderful Dinner, Dance and Evening Gowns ^ , Of sequined net, velvet and real laces. Afternoon and Daytime Dresses ?"V Of cloth and silk fabrics. Luxurious Furs?Capes ? Wraps ? Day Coats?Swagger Fur Coats for sports wear and Separate Neck Furs. Including our original imported models fashioned of Russian Sable?Russian Ermine ?Broadtail?Dark Eastern Mink?Scotch Mole?Alaska Seal?Squir rel?Hudson Seal and other rich pelts. Autumn and Winter Hats, Tailored and Costume Blouses, Sweaters, Paris Bags and Novelties, Neckwear and Imported Accessories.