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THE NEW YORK THfES. MONDAY. DECErBETl 29. -1913. 1 IUCH TO AMUSE IN (.Till? DUIT X)int?PT7D inu riuunuvmimi . . it th Piece at the Little Thtr Doe Not Repr-ent ' Shaw at Hi Very Beat. i ACTING IS ONLY FAIR 7 ifr' Effect Premises t lm. proved After Few P. formanccs Put Player at Their Case. fHI. lIM.ANPF.RFn p.ar In four i h fl-ore l'rmri Fke. The Iit- i. TVir .... rnn Maui Vla F.rttlta I.afll . . HIM Mary lawinii VY r. etv-ir Kertnld Pane l.e-lnJl lixtn: . .Mir Muriel 1tt UM . . IT. J. t-llnirM I ... Trnfll'l fc..t 4 i'ro . . f-tm.l r f.m. . . . I 'Ti i t T-r i alwav nno peculiarly diwt-fin e fcifure iibtmt th repetition rtnu ( 1 pav ny am-n a nmn as d f-'hua. It if nird 10 1 a.itrla 11 M.nd Mm. tie IfriM th iro- l.hii;il I r.ll-lTT. ' wl " sycH- rvf rv lint? tth iho laiurtia rrat- i:r to show hi f hum... -r for fear that If h ftrr.'t he if my If rs'iajht With A serious j)rr.nin mi Iu fir when tha risht re!ly enmt Mrr,bri of th fra- ..,..! v w.-r net uMifit from tn utile 'nitre in Hiitur l.ir evenlnsj and thIr l-jk-li't a 'nni'iioiin If not ncs- irly iufWmus. T fft of Hif matter I that there rr a nm: inaitv hurren Spots In this A-rv of t-haw'a where t laujrhter w .m B pof bi'v I'lHii wr a. jtreat many wtr a Mch !i'! Miatifv the dflieht- i nivni'1 1 if i : inlhpr than tho I,. uim .-o. 'i 1 -1 ; , .Kl.. 11 hl' h la simply y. .it IhiI ' i ! I'hrlnndeier " ait It kii.l-. .iii. 1 n 11 m r.ot tio well art od ti tim atcu. i a l'in way from be-j :ic .in n I -rt .1 iiiment m some of Mr .-' - "' her !! a A 11-...1I. Mr Shun- fXlilo.U it riutn- n Ii.iMwt pt-ti'ii.j-i Ant though rtU- if ''n ll uult of rnri-r it' ll ii comllim ft n not ln 1 . 1. 11 t m miyniil. Mororr. th it 1-1 1 1 1. 1 , .( , f.iri H f. in. ,,( i.-.t. . ImriTiiii pirfirra to hin 'l.lif'ifl iM ty Mi Siaw miuvrita thut mr on ..f f ii t'riiliiri'lriT " la to ( ff. m'i.'ihI . In 1 .1. i.t of nuitrl-niufi iiin i m 1 ii rt mil r Mil h n. poraon a t iiiiint.lHr. i (....uti lr. Hut tt la hnrrtly Rf ii . "i" Mi"ln t!i plav i mil l uif.it Iv Iniiii'i'-Heil h anv aut h wrl in', hi Wh.it taiii ! unilfftitotMl. i tl 'if Mr hiw whn waa lf 1 ' 1 mrti In Knalariil in l4,i;'. it fit' 1 f t .1 1 llin-n Im friiiMlltf rutit v h. R ;)., of till- lb.fn cu'f in i'ifif. i hlrh nrrinil-1. tin ii. l . 1. in !i. wonianlin of n""i -i'"' ' in. nliiiM of mm. Nor f - r ! tortton of t n . .ti in .il.ir Mi'nt "tlm- It rnnira ' i'-'i Inlf. I'nr f ffrt.Uinti ia t ntifiii 'l i."f f xnarUv to any aae or I : it 'I'lif l!i!iin1rr." ns In I'l.n of .!: "V, i- ihi- lh pf t.n I.- ..r K'Tfi.in i:m thf rrr-klfun. th 1lri mrif.l Ii nir."n ,f h r iiunrrv. man. Jttim I'mf.i w niiitf wl.nmr If In hff rir-nii "f I 'l.tiatil i'hirtrl. ll on In mi 1 1 Kin-: .1 fin 11 phll.indat or. la prf1 ,ih iwr ftiialr nlra. nnil la ffm- : .M-I..I;. .1'. .. ... I I.. I". -.1.1 ... . 1 1 n t ! 1 1 niu trill fit i"fi rui. lull. i. ntt.trn ar ii-l l. inr.i'iM of a rtrnliiBrm whlrh r-i I t iii'i'.it I r rai.it:iorn Th.it tin' wluile ntorv ; but. of oiMira. tli tit in nluiiiKt a.i irifiriitFirnal portion ' tl.f wl'i'lf lomimaillon Th opfnlntr Vni' :min i n ofi'iiplffl with tho pfcHKi.if -rl'ii.- cf ' 'I1.1 rti't is tin. I ilrarc. in- frriiptfd hv tin- in rival of ft-? furioua Julia, .mil f it tin r ii-ra:fl, iv thi- rn-puri'i- "f tin- ri.pt'tivai fmlura of thi 'o woinrti. ('i.'uin it ml i""iihlitrtn. f r 1 ki n in th ii, t two art to tho t'hrarv ,,t iho lratn dun In I'orV .""trffit. i.!iii It rarHiimra la lntroturHt invoiitor of rt llfaa of th Jr ui.l SM;i Craven. Julia's llttlo aWr - lm in. ffia lo lit known an " i.l rf fti ' 1 iitniT thn an yuniu yl In - ff n 'n V ill' .1 ln kf 1 . In tl. That'll ii'ti tl I'litlori.'t of in irthf rliip Hif rr f n n Itnth rnfii titiil moinrn t hfiot-c. ' it th mn miiat not t ftinK, itiil t lio tmnrii miiat not Ti .;i!inU Sitii- la lmp.rt l ly or-nlt'.l In tiif i:rrirv. but Tto onf thlnka 'm iiunnfTit of rnnfnrmln to th rfsti-Vtioii. A man ('iM-a not alv hla arm h' a Wotnsti. hut If ho hftpr"1 to '" ifr.ii thi- .1o.r tif ro. itit first, ntul f-.. t t t i" f i!lo .1 hrat hi m;iv'. Powiiht t-.f tmiKi miniKine; paa.t-a r thus.- iinn v.pir an ninutna: cittU lnni ' ifiit'iii- . nt h iviiiHtti. ir. Juriiior on rnMli.M'tifil raven to an rarlV vth. h ilf.lana h la atlffrTIn I ttn rarati-in il'ira. of th livr. i'.Tii-., n Tl. Itritiah Mf.lh al J'ijn,ii it i.t ,i.-.i. fiiil that an Italian II ' ri tlrfu i. -i-t tl,,- thforj' of I'ura-uir 1 f . ' 1 I 1 mi urat ulnt inn t'ol. jl"ra-n on hi iminunltv, h la. on the J mt -at v. furi 'ii.-' with hliri for not Hltm aims hia If ortt theory. Mnwhil, V trmclf .tn!t;t for th worthla funaril. I .1 n.inl anHMnioiTI fllrta-nut -. iii ii- Trttnrllt. riiiI Sylvia ri'.5 nr. I in; uisfil lov at th whol if t hi li'di; 1 10 ri on with iin1ifilln .'it; arum Th nim oun.fa to ait n.i at lanBth IT I'. ivrf s tiMHiia iu Savvll Uow, EBTfl Yes- We Sell Safes ' 'r'Tt".'l aii l t lif f-ytoof M hotT aff f.u (i,p.r. t!vrwr. tnl aiuati!t (,. a wull aaff for jwlry -i-fit tvfft t.. n nf,. lirpoait box. otl on thf Mtthi' tiuaranf . I Wl' f . a 4-. r ffi-mfrv ad 5a-if a t:4 fa iv -otlr S Matthews First t ai:itn tair lire aa4 aaoa Ir J I CHAS. E. MAT J 3-tJ rT WTM MATTHEWS Eft 1 1 I'anal 8trt. Natural Alkaline Water Bottled directly at the) famous spring at FRANCE A dttightfal tabls water with highly mtdtiinal qualities Ask your Physician Genuine Mllbool the word II likA . . I Li m 0111111 htra Ji t at la at ttWiMl to afr(t th tiorlor'a iirapoakUa; of marrute. end Lonard Chartarla ia fr to i;arry on hla ol phHari'lfrl-ig rma with Orr, or arrbo1y la h hoa. Tb lina are frequently brilltant. ae on ctpecta thm to . antj tb rvraal f tha fomnionpUr rrata Uroat In aplt of th fact that mut-li that hp-n la trlard rTiplanfitlT nd With llt'le raaon for ipral mlrtb. Whether th rtilt rouM t any J.f-ffnt la doubtful wtth a company f brilliant comI1ana to prnt It. And th prant rompinjf la ctrrtalnly not brilliant Kornff. hina: more o map III L ariu'.rd aftr a few rrf"rtri- rrri, byt It la ohvloua nou(;ri that iwm awfiind-rat peovl nr now trutd wltli r hr important rM. Mia Krolta Iif11a Is orilv a m1-Ttly competent " Ora Trnnflfld. atsrl while Miaa Jtarj Iawto e,prad tr artlflrlal emotlorialturn of " Juli Craven " falrlr ". mwh of It rnthr mhBnl'-al In ffrt. P-in.tld Ihf "CM. rrttTtl " Ifltr proml of htn on of th vry hht firurea Dure th tor ha hom t-irr of hla Hna. but th " Cut rhrtol " l rtther a wa mmbr. Mw ltMall'a ' Syl via." thoua-h It la f-trhlPB -a pretty woman In knlf kerfvr kr. almost nlwtH'j Ik amd too obvloualy arttf'tal. nti'l though ( harlfM Maml did I'riarterla naativ. fluently and with variety, h lacked the aiKTKfatlon of harm arcl plrlt whlfh alone would ftm to make hilt urrKfuI philandfrin: podFib! J 0 M ELL.ThM SHAW HEARD. A Joint Recital by Soprano arx Bi.r-Itone in Carnegie Hall. Mm. Jeanne Jom!!l and Wil'.liim Mm- hiw. both alturt-r wll knutti In Ni-w j rork. Joined th1r for In a rlta.l ytrday afternoon In i'arn llall. wl'r a lumr audienf hi'rl tl'-ni , Thlr proaramm was Wmewtim rtiri-ouely anaortfl Hoth have aunic In ui'i'ta. and they wra hard In a nimbr of oprntlf alra. a!n:lv ami t"Kfthfr. ti'l i then In son- Hut neithfr nfi-nvd to he In aa isood vote aa they have hffii on , other o-onalons. Mm Jumf'.H'x voioo had r.iui h X tta power and v;hrnor, I hilt aom of Ha upper tonea were tl"' a ( rlt-ar or a. fnrlv proiu'l ;;h t li-v have tfn. ami trit r wer tnomt-nia when Its beautiful nrslltv f.iMed br The nam waa tru- of Mr Mii vhuw. fur there were titnt-a when his fine cl' f j did not completely rep,nd to his d- , marids upon It There whs m i li. how- ! v-. In ;he aiiiftiiiK jf both that n: plenaure . Ti ri-Oier thi- ajini! tli duet, " I. a "l darr-m la Vnn," from " IJr,n !lo-vannl": ' I'onti' ! la l.umji'r. ." from Thoman a " Manilft.' an. I " Mira dl oerl Irimi'.'' from " 11 Trovati.r " Mf. Minliaw wo'tld fiav done In tier 'o ' lnv ' Tjiriro a I Knctnl am.'' from " The Marbr of Sfvlile.- to Ital'Hti suiters who ar more tt horn in it arid fn I rompasH Its v.ilutillit v with inor- i-:im- II mik with dramutv ffe.-t a sons bv Van Kvker " Hi hmled S bni-tz.' and " T-.-fl Wi.tn!rr." hy llfrminn, and in aiifh miivn li wnn at his ln-;l His enrellenf ill. tlim wa on- of thf not a I .If ! fturfH 'if lii i ir-Kitiif. If nf a r I if . ins . Jour" from I ". a rpf n t if r' -" Ixiuine." Mm- .I'.rn!li sra" nnn-h "f th- ji-archlt a effit that b'ona to It Sh tilni stipir n.tift hv I e itfssr with evident .' mt- i'ln . (loth a! .i :Ta f a ro ' i p if. K 1 1 1: 1 ! h Rlrhnid ll.iiiniiinti wa. to a f . fn t m n v the alriK't - .t t I' p'-'tio. but Mr I I i 1 1 -ahaw at tin t i I at h 'iad ' t detained b -i. rs:tl at th onrt. Ilfl at ahort n.ti. . M.uol.l fm'fh "! b"n ai"ird " fill thai off', o. vhi. ! In- d.d with eredit METROPO I JTAN CONCERT. Five Singers Please in Verdi Pro-qrimme Atr.ito Heard in German. .At the M ft ro I" ! i ' it. Opera I Inns on- i i rt lust i.iah' a i tiii priiKr imm- v i s slven Th- aolo-sts v "re Vt ." i is- Sophie Hi al.i' l".is."ilf Aniat.., Itj'V. 'r1-nlli. and Pa'il .lth-ute "Irhi'-d MtiKem.m fond ii.-i d Thf.. wa.j ;1 uti larir aurtl-nee Mr Amato's number wore the arl.t ''Oh de' verd anni miei. ' fr tn " Rluoltto.v and "Ii lu." ti r.m " t'n Hallo In Maarher.i " TI surprised aome of hla hearert by flna-lna; aa nn ni-or for thf first number Schumann's " V.'idmuna:.' with enunciation of 'he text that would have done credit to a native ' lermnn. .Miss Case's fiumhois were " All. for-' lul." from I.n Trsv1ta." and " ("tire nom " from niitolr tto." In the former number ah won tumultuous applause fur a lone -sustained high I-flat ni 'u final cadiii-e Mr I'ristalli satitj Iw.i iitiHS from " Hiiioletto," and Mis Rrns-l.i u "Stride la imia." from " II I'to- vatore " l'au! .Mttiuuse's .:. num'.ii-r i was ' Cf lest Aldi." and ; I ' oil -, ft , concluded with the alnRinu of th- quai- J let from " RlKoletfo " by Misses ';.sf r.nd Itra.-I.iu and Messrs "r si . Ill and j Amatu ISIDORtTe. GIMBEL WEDS, i Merchants' Cousin Marries Miss Isenberg at Springfield. S tn rill In Til- ii S'-.'k li,,.t SPniNCKI i:i.I. Mass . Tc 2S Isidore Ii. ijimbel. fortnerlv of New York, a cousin of J hm'i Otmhel of Phi!ndi-plila.. Senior p-trtner of iltmhel Hot Iters of New Yell- and Ph'.'.adi -Ip'.la. Sud Miaa Jean. -tie Isenbet-ir, wit married I -W. I . . I 1-1 I. . . I ....... f V. ill Illf I H'll'l I.'.'!' H I I l.' ll III bride Is the dtinitbter of Mrs The Ftnni IJirmil'l K ' .'lOP ffl. I'l.- Ol nr- rnm the son o' Mts rtabtt:t tJImbel of I jin. la :. ilern ai N .l.f. oh (Tlmbl of Philadflp'".! was t oast m:' t .r at the W1dinf b;Uii.iiet More than 1.1SI tr'i- g-rams anfiTibieram o' wngrai uin -lion were rorrlu-l Mr. and Mrs iT.m-bel will live In Springfield l!nper(r or i ion ok ano tn br de- Mrs. Gorman's Dancing Tea. Mr. "orse f (Inrman and Miss tiertrude Onrmnti n'.e a dai . in t-a on rlaturdsiA afternoon at their rsi-den.-e. '.""Jti Madison Avenue Mrs. Uor-irn and hr duehtr had reoelylnir with them th Ml Christina Tarlor. Jsie Costello. Prances Muck of Philadelphia, and Frances ilawkc Mrs. Potts's Dance at Lakewcod. Mr. and Mrs Pre.lerick A. Potts, who ar spondinn Pie W inter at their l.at--woeitl home, will civ a dance at the Country t'luh there on Jan A p.um- hr of Nw Tork r'eoi'l re coins; down for it. Mrs Potts will bav a house party over thf dance and many of t'.i -,! ts w i;l put up at the'i 'otintry I'luh. THEATRICAL NOTES. H-vtu-o'-h llu. n anl th Pnr.cf.-x Tlentr-cetipany fia bn eneur-.! by n r'ib tn rhtUdelphlt for a special perfortr. a on a Pun.liv nUht early nf monfli Th Vrn-oM i.rriinii .tlcn will b tasen t: PMI.i-atph.:A h mh , i.il tra'ti and nil) return ta re th aam nlKhf llnrrlfon "er.i h.-i been inmif 1 hv I'hll F. N.-r! t" mi. -! Uatnsev Wl!m tt ten j. h-.s n'.an ff lie K-lt--. Unrleffl tiper Men- atrk conic n lie t..is bt-n rlvlrn th prlm-ii-al j'arts tn t':e stf.-k rvr.puny at Htehmoiul. Va Mia first imisun . t ere will be In " Th I'.lrl ant the IVnr.ant " en Miniltr, Tlnnmificfrirl It mad- hi 'he l..nin-: Theatre f itrem-nt t r-i a t t'i- srerv . f Je. ' the new l:.i:srt W riuii'Vri s tr.'.i-ieal comedy, liejina with the r1 f th tirtain. ant that th prmlr this evr.!n k tn hesrn peantatly at a IP o'cloelt Th ftnal .1rs reharal under f Jirectlon of fn Teal took plac jecterlny Th Artel Club nf Aaburr Tnra has pir-rhae-d flftv-two tlckta f.-r nTt Faturlav's maltne f " Th Strar s Weman. " and tr tVwtury Club of New lord, a'ao a ttiii.i'ii'i ewnitii-in, ha md ' l,w sea's for th tVe-tnee-lav ma'inee, Jan 7 The fiftieth -per-frvane tn N Tern will be riven t-Mtii aisht. " rvio't Weaken." tt Wajtnr Ha-"kftt remedy, which the W!l'lm A Hrady and i)nrf lli-oad'iurst .i-mpanv II! presfnt :n Nw Yrk sariy In Januarr. 111 hai I't eot-of tesn iTerlere t-nitht In air. Braly plajhoue in Wilnlnsmn. rel. K-ttth Wynw Mattht-nn si:i be n in a aw Amnean Ittnn In New York f. mldilln f Jaanary ph play hv k;arsart Turabult. la rabel " Th IVaJVo. k." Th f!rt preeentatlon of " The t"hirt f tha World." the nw Winter I'arJeti eeter-tatnmnt. w'.il l.ike plat u : Itnutri'ia Bl4h.-krr Hall h Alhanr en T'5n1ay -!ti7. Ja. a. Th prvdartion will ronie to w York lir-t frnm Alhirtv and win have Us pr.-r at tk Wmtar r.srleti later th a t week Mlml Aarvuiba. th Italian tr. will b seen th k al th viIt Theatre ia " KWira.'' which UI h effeeet is on a. t eennylna abmt flfiy niit".'r tnsrtftj of aiprina: t-ef.ire th ' Th Matrlaa iitie.'' a- wa th rw la( week. M in cutha sertormani- wl.l fo.lcw th otter .ffermg. Mtrftret Romaina hat hen enke1 f.T th tiii rl f " Th Jrfidnishi Oirl." wha-h fc wow la raaral. ani w Men 1 fhurtiv t b a at a liroadwav Thetr. urVr last nitnutmmit f the MutfU Mi fto-fttaiw Is a r f Hsl l Perry Maxt.ay. aathi. - " A Th".ian-1 Y ears Ar." l- nw dra;-'a t.:-.-h ,s u ha tta jrle in New w-4t cn Jaw. . ftva a apvVal leeitie am th ora m 1 a rravMae MaH airewias MORE VICE FILMS ARE WITHDRAWN Bijou Theatre, Expecting Adverse Decision To-day, to Substitute Foreign Pictures. MASS MEETING TO BE HELD Sociological Fund Retains John B. Stanehfield to Fight for Raided Movies Gavegan's Oplffion. KxpeiiitiR to a the temporary r-atrainiri order, whl h t.as prevented th poifr from ltiterfeririK with white lave rnovtntt plfturea tit the Hl-jou Theatlr alnre th raid on that hous Uat we-k. vacated when the lnuiitlon proreedlnt:i ar heard by Supreme t'ourt J'it!f ;avan to-day. the manaK-nieit f th theatr lajt niftht an-r.ounoed that a 1-Ijrope.ir. et of whit. Flax f!m. would be ffah-'ttt itd tula aftfrtiO',ii fi.r th pletur raidrtt by t Iv poll, i Thf ni iv pii tuifs. the tnauaB-Pii tit b hf. s. will not be objf. t d to by lie a ut nor'.ti-i". Th Park Theatre on .-Saturday nave up the battle aaatnst th" poll' and 1 now showin a movlnn picture play mn le f r-jrn a ruc'ria: dran.i. Th Hofinlojrifal Fund of th Mdma. Review of lb view-. th- organization Willi h produffd the piay ' DaniaKfd '.o-sls' and ha been prep-trinK to present another piav akin the same lines railed ' Th Oulltv Man." is determined. Iiov.tur. to k.-fp up the fiKlit f..r thf pn KfitatU'ii of the white slave picture and a! a mei-tins; yfsterday (" ed to retain J. lui I! Stani'iif .eld to flBht the po'lff ojipn-it ..': The tollow-1 n c statfiiu nt was (jl' fn out by Krt-derlc H. Koblnaon. Kre1d'iit of the Fund. Lift niRbt: " W'f hate made up nit iiiiti.la to ue-Iftnnnf oni t- an. I for all time, whether nr not Ih pol'i-e of New York may roti-atifute thetnael'-eii 1 1" Judges and ren- sors in our eoiTim iriH'. and eondemn as ala' l.n.s. a p rtoriiian."- wiia-b bril- j liant in nilii In ever-" li' a-e of public j life io-ilty- Tvi I r jti. !' .-. piiysiclans. -niloiiiir1 ts and Ihfs m stand for n-spotia! hlf. serious thotiuhr have In- dorsed a ;t forre. f portrayal and a a j T'lear.s of rtrinnilfiK jiui'li' s-ntinier, t to j a .l.'irrir v lilrh wntild :r.i n'o-ti the aluiT-'ish ar.d the ane f tp et iifl lo thf extent . '. i r ish r.i? o-:t t white slare traffic. I'lichtlnu for the I'ulnrf. I " We are f:ulit;rif; tor tne f.itut." a Weil for the pn sent, ski.' it is the purpose if til SololoTlr al fund to Con-tirti lfi,i)in? its indorsiment and ro-.pi-ratintf w ith unv new movement of Idea whVh has for its aim thf b.-ttyr-iui- of !-.. .'.il eii'iil turns, and t.if flevut-i n ir . .I i a ma 1 1 1 1 v .N ar part If " la r! anxious lo aa- rtaln the o;al stains nf the ease, in i.-w of the la. t thai " n.e House of I t.'tnlHpf . whlfh was rauif'I "when produced in tli rtrotix. will reopen on Hioadvav on .Ian 1: pices under our nus- " There V Hi he ir.ffiin ii'-id .-on. pi ntesl ;,ti ' ti.--: t and io indorse t. i mts W-ill be he.'l u- of Nornian llapu if mnr se.-i U er t te rue iidoiis mass t'.: ht this week to action of the police, p I'liiiTf The mi'i-t If- the chairmanship .l. who ivlli be the The audience will a'i. I" :td.ffss,., ,v m,- Inez Mi'.hol- !ani Hut. s. ail;. Ir Kre 'e ic C Howe.' I r .limes IV Wa basse Mrs. tl II IV ilTin: and othf, . whose names will lf ;.i'i.. ill. .1 Inter ' We are fashl ra for a principle- a t'lfiit pi.p. t'lc iu.: hf'ice that tlie out-coruc of the liat; will take its place 'b l if.ir-. ns one of th hardest f'hts hl h has v. r beep fo.vrht in defense i 'f an id.-a In nnnoiininsi .1 clinrfire In th films the mains.MUfnt of the fhlou did fo feel-Ins; pure ;!:.t Jusfc n.ivccan would not reverse decision of last Satur- dttv. when l,e r. fused to rrant any further relief to the mann i;i tia'nt of th Park Theatr.-. .Inallet tMK'nn'a Oeflalon, " S. itlie o' the f il ins. ' i Invent :i in h!s dei 'sit n Theatr. c:i,. " d.-i'icts s to be eriTKt.-d in h resort said Justice in the park 'et.fS supposed imf n are subject n ro tnvolunt i ry deprada-tion. As ii is well known that to maintain such a plac,. ,s nf it. self a frilllltl.il offense. I am utiHble to prceive why the public h itilt lull for money of sci ti-.s snpisis. d to I '-a-i:-t-ire thei.-iu should be fi 'ple.l to Thf protection of a court of eoui t y. " It is i mill tided by the plaintiff in affidavits furnished by disinten sted in-(Vvitlua'.s whose piotives i: is not within tb province nr this court 'o question that te p'PTures i-M'it.iin a treat moral lesson to f 'tlin - -in.! miithi-rs calculated to Impress upon liiflr mind the urstent nei-.i or protettna I'.f'r u: iifhters from the Influence of evil .lssociariotis. "The answer to this is that the exhibition has no! beet, confined to fathers and mothers , tl i tin --p is r.o evidence hefore me that the owners thereof pro-pos- or desire to so confine it. and that t''e ev'uVn. e -low-- tui'v are conduct itur th enterprise to' tic uplift of pub lic moral.-- 1ft . t route fain " t mlchf t".-f,!. to find in.ii- viduals of su. 'i t" iroid , orlosity that they would bf uillinu in i.av an .tdtnis-S'ri". pfic.e to see th- Inside wor;;:iits of ; a ff . and others or' such avaricious i eptorpt :, that the w.tuld h readv to I caf''.:a' ..? s ; -h mo.-bi l curiosit- nnd fur-rtlh th- x.lbftin for a pi Ice. and stiil ' others, imoi -r th well m.-c n in ani c.n-ti'.ir.' wi-.o would 1 f d th.i'- :m :imi ptul i prlvlleif to th id-a. la to h-ii, f that ! suc!i an cxhlb't'on by Its iiorrlhl ex-I ample miwht tnd to Improvf the hihlts of flea id . i.ess of some in the audienc rod that th- public nuij'it tl know about It It any venf. If th llhratrnfloti Is d'sa Kreeable it is no more so than th facts with which 1 bav to deal " I Justice O-iveum expressed "doubt 1f the owners of the plaintiff corporation 1 wot. 1.1 bar ! ml the audacity to under-: tal th- public ii: piav of certain revoit-! nz 1-t8lls contaln-d In the xhihition if : it were not for 'he rTr! discredit in I which they evidently but erroneously b- liv. The polp-e to bo held In this o!tv." Tb --ourt tbn -ontinueil; ' " Tl - nolle as a b.,dv ar : titled to. , and I b.-l, I a . c. the onfi.if-c of th ; I'liinrn 't at ' ir-'e. -io!w it list a i.ilitic th ! refle. tior s now a:'d then cast upon 'hm bv the conduct nf some of their nn. i worth v nimbr Tt would be eoutllv I un lust to stipmatit theatrical min." tors i a class Lectin of exhibition of de-, nr.ivlty and inordlnnt" isreed for raln : on tic part of nnr of its tin-tribe's " Jtisp'ce (i-it.-etn said he had been un-tif to find a sl'iirie . ase of police !n-ter'erence w ith h productions w hich was r.ot U.srifi-1 and that If persons en-' cased In licensed ralllras Bbns their i lcns and r.ir afoul of tb- penal law thev will b f.-dexafed bv a court of eoirtv to the f-;vc:r.il where aur h mat-; te rs- belotm Tb court eon-eludes: "The h;h'tn'i In oucst'on. or st I lat parts of it. tend to dprar and i corrupt t'n tr.orals of those whos mtida sre open fo such Influences, and threfor tb " pll.-atlort for an Injunction is denied " Benefit Dance for Kindergarten. f In sil of th F're Kindergarten nialiitaincd at 4 Ttenrv Street a subscription rl.tnr will b lven on Wednesday evenlntt. Jan. T. -ti the Plaza ballroom h'" the Anne PrWwn Alumnae As-Sftci'ttlcn. which malr.talrs the kinder-irarten This charity was established hv ttraJttntes of th scho.il conducted for rrsnv years at Tl5 Fifth Avenu hy Miss Anne Proirn. TSe patronesses of to bsll ar Mrs Harrison K. Hlrd. Mrs C Montelth Hllpln. Mr. Sterllns; S Beardslev. Mrs. Ira A Klpp. Jr . Mrs Charles Adams. Mrs. Bertha P'dwell Frown. Mrt Thomas J Haines. Mrs T. Warren Pearl. Mr. Charles D Sinclair Mr- William i. GouM, Mrs t'barls Sntta Kellotrr. Mrs. J.jseph W. Srheti'll. and the Misses Susan W. Adam. Mabel Pollfou. Mabel Sheffield, and Msvei Pont Miss Grant's Opera Recital. Mist. Amv Jrnt Kae tb f.rst of a .cries of opera eee-.tls at her studio. TN West Ftfty-ftt'lh Street, yesterday. Tb lymriituni; dat-s are Jan. 11 and vb. and M a rv h h id -i, and April i ;. and IP. Her niiertory Inclco.s .lull, ii,' " Lhe i.;.f trdmrnrur.lt. ' l"n Palto in Misctiera. " " Impulse." " l.'Atm.re Medico, '"it Jewels of the Mador-na." " To--i." " Pelleas and Meli-uinvjf. ' and " L A more del tre Ke " Rare oii s.lm prints arj tNiR-.pMeT : r-Mn.i I tre ..'k Fa.htttrf ,vr TH K I NKW YORK TIMKiS KCV1KV OJC j VJU Ji ! Sxaattlar -Atl. LINDSEY HERE WITH BRIDE. Foundar of Juvenile Courts Married Miss Breveort in Chicago en Dec. 20. Judge Beniamln K Linda jr of Denver, who presides over the Juvenile Court of that city, known the world over for bla reforms arnontt juvnfle d-linqunf a. U In town with hla bride, who waa Miaa- Henrietta Breveort. step-diihr of rr. J. P. CTlppert of Detroit. Mich. The wr married on Ic. i at the Atidlforlum Hotel. 'hlcm. IH. TTiev r ptoppln at th Imperial Hotel. Broedw-sy snd Thirty-first Street. Jud Llndv mt his wife for th firat time laet Mav at th aanttarlum of Ir J. U. KlloK at Battl Creek. Mih.. where they were both patients. .Tttdee I-lndaev aald yesterday that after flrttlna for ten year th corrupt TXIJ-tlctana of hla State he found hlmeeir rrruch run derwn In hea th, and wnt to th anitarium em th adv'c of rum phyitcian. ae at th time h was on the veriro of a n-rvouK breakdown. H arent two months at the aftnitarKim. On recovering I. Is health he returned to f-nvr and pl.imred asain into his ?r-II and Miaa f.revoort rorrefpondeci. and lest f-ptmber rl came to this city to study art and lntrlor decorntln. Jude Llndsev expected to mt her here In th Christmas holida-j-a. fThfi he had arranged to deliver a lecture before the Political F.nualtty Iasru Rut Mis Rreroort accepted a place with a Chicfro art firm, and left for that city on rc. la. So instead of com-inir directly rver aa he had P'-'""-Judir- Lirid-sey wen: to Chicago. Ther-tl.ev were marfiod. ludite r.indser anld that he had come to thla cltv to deliver aom lecture and to Inter theatrical manners ami other In a p an he hnd dev ised to protect T.1- children. I fivn rs1nvincd. he aaid. that ...kwi fhlldren on the a-rae th bns mnnv features tb.it make it a p-r-'biem so different from that of the factory chll.1 that It calls for d!ffer.nt legislation. I have never known .a factorv or ewesjt-shop child that wta anxioua to do its work. I have never known a child triat didn't find a prat dfliicht in its parr. " f would have the Legislatures of as manv States as possible even of three or four States pass if only a lattr riii.ru rnnrif l after CT snrnew iiai strinar-nt even than the present Colorado law relating to sum cmniif.i. should provide tbtt some such authority as tlie .luventte i nun nn..u,.j ,- . mis fur ntasre children upon such conditions as the court saw fit to Impose for safeguarding- the moral nnd physical health of th child, compliance with th-r conditions to be' obtained by bond to te j (riven by th mariaRers, !n a sum ol not . -, than $-J.iYlti. .K-..-' " Tb ronditiofis should provide tnat th court should ir.ouirc ir,to th sslwry . paid children, with t h rlcht to adjust It : if it appeard to b- or fair, and if the parents were llvin foim the child s , earninirs or are irresponsible, that a proper Ruardiap should be appomt'd for 'he child, to receive and iniest the child s i "tin ensatlnn : that at 1-ast one of tn.- j parents, preferably the moth. -r. should a-companv the child as guardian, and that If the mother was not competent , to tnch ti e lessons ordinarily stiven in i the ttraniniar irradea tht a tutor or . tencher be furnished, and that per- : formancs ti so r-trultd that the chud should have at l-t two hours' school- Inir a day. I se no reason why Copirress : should not pass a national law for the protection of stni; children." t MRS. MORRIS GIVES TEA. Her Apartment Transformed Into a Lighted Woodland. Mrs. Robert C Morris of TtiT Fifth Avenue stave a holiday tea yesterday. Th walls of her apartment were concealed bv fhiekot-llke decorations of s-reens. and a h-ut- Christmas tree Klfaminjt with colored lights was placed at oue end of the suite. The etifct was that of critorinn a light, I wood-.aii l About fifty guests came in for tea. Mis Morris will lve a small theatre party on New Year's Kve. a dinner and supper at the Rita-Carlton preceding and following th- party to th play. Paul V. .Masters Dies. Paul V. Master.H. a well-known Sraten Is'nn.iet. died vcftcrdiy at his home. RD Harbor Hoad. " Mariner Harbor, at the am. of Tl vears. Mr. Masters, who was a native of Haokeiisaok. had lived on SStateti Island tor sixty-one years. He had held mnnv public offices prior to the conitnlniati'.n. including the office of Justice of the peace of Northfidd and -i.'la l oilllilliil'l.iiirr ot rviciiiu i i-oi'PU- At the time of to -on rations wer' in progress his d-nth fur-a i elf - br.ilio'i of .1" vc : sa ry. v hh Ii ,,n W'Cilr.r sd.t V. lif'ieth weituini? mini-was to hai taken place Obituary Notes. v ( 1M!;.IN. wife i.f Lr. Piriln. .. .. i.. I . llt.MU. Mi s, .fnis.ir .-.r t'. s-iai ""-i"'"' '...ii N " ill-l ther- .in f-atur-lay. -tie wa Vup'i-riiuiier.? of the wotneiv's ! purl in, nt In the h .spi'al. Cunt (lEOllilE V. roi.HY. who for many vears was enaae-'l in the Meatrshln an.l tnn-inc husln-si-- nnd ree-ntly ws f 'm -mani'er of the ifjm't City of HifRlnnl .r tie Kastern ?team-hli Compni. 1' d l,n Saturday at Hath M- . acd ''' years it.n NICHOLAS IVANOVK'H (iR'1:-KOKP for:nr'v r.usst.an MHItsry on-mat.rlfr In Chief In the Fur Kat. died hi. s.-nriHV in rt 1 'atersliurs. He asslsto.l Gen Skobel. ff in the unquest of Turkestan irisuii rt FRcK. the last aurvlv.ir of the dais of lv't t Howdoln .. reliliv . f .the l'nlte'1 Stat-S Inlleae and I.ecat:- n at sat- s'. p.u , r-"l iu ( fr.'in 1 "." to i".'is. ai-d "ti r.i.iy at H.i i" 'i- ",-r1 -tn, aiP'd " y ' i t ! IV c );ff s pBHI t.-. her In I'nb-s,'i..'s.l -:: Mani.atton. dld en foturday at the horn- or 1.1 father. ' 'onrtn koi-si-luehl. Hawthnrne Aveim. Prn Knir. J ax-d 3ii year MM'Ft. K HRPT.t:T. wife of Hnrv II. .....ii... .,.n ,loth tirokrr. 'n l.eonm 1 Strt.' dt-U O" c M-.ir.tav. at her hme 1 1 1 Itirtse. N .1 i a r IMiV PACKK'l : '(' of '-' R!va. sl.i lu-b Wife Pr. . Cook, forniet'.v Chief ,.f the Boaru . Pod. iirr-ont. died o'i Saluriiay in St. uifenfa tbiapltal. aRed ii. firj. KMEPRRI' K r PFKIFFStjSlANS'. a veteran of the Cir'i War and retired piano ni.tk. dld on Friday at his bom. 1.2 iS Pe'atur Street. Brooklyn. a-d "0 yeari. w r t v WdRTl'i. a Russian conipor of rrlll"u music, died .in Saturday t. -i- !,is heme. Hop ftreet. of paralC- flr.nklyn. as i v-"' year JWIF't (l'roWui:, a retl:d contractor. In lead at his home. 72.'i IT-sldent Street, Mr.'oklvn. Bi "U vears. p. UN' T WHKKI.KR. Civil W.-.r veteran mi l r-'.re.l ts.il.' man. die I en Sai.u-day t i.;. . e. iirton Park. Newb.n. N. J . g I 7- vi-rrt HHNT.Y Xl'F.f!K,KV. f T tie U S. Wa.P.n h,.i.,f. 3l Pav Tnt. l; act-.. traMilinic wlffci'i , Is i.ad at hif fifth F'.reet, Bath . rr.Yt.iR. r-tlred Ideutenam nf n F.r- I -prtrr.er.t. .11- I on Kn-bon.e. -lot Krfie'.i Street. Itif a-ajtel 4i year C-.e llr-nk iia at hi tnond I ill tuny i -h Kl I K. N. a tailor, died on Fri- .lay at hi home. 211' Jefferson street. Urook-la. ij'il 47 yurs. ' tl'l'.E MtmpT, of 'he Bra il-y Cr,n--tr tion Corr.pttiiN d'.e-t on Saturday at hla ii -m. if?'. Webster Aveiia Brooklyn. aad isl years. vtitj'iHn a. HAPTXKTT. foreman or tne enaravlnic departn r.it if th Hutterk-k Ptib- Itsnms Company ti-d ..n Krldav at hia horn. :is llaat Ninth Htret. a'latOush. aged .'(i Ji-HN" JAYMfKYRK. supeTln tender! .if th ljjr.f Island Citv lVnrrt Work, died y-'.aidur at hia home, ulli-r and Thii 1 3t:et. Lena t aland Oit. ! " year WII.I.IAM sTEVt VI.. watthtnaker anl iew-Ier. la dead at his home. i.-'.T Warren Street Itrw.iclyn. tiel 41 year. FRANCIS A FK-irvFRESi. a ndlk dalr in Brooklyn I deal at his home. tuA lfay-rt'e Avenue. Hro.Wn. afi 54 yrnVARD F FX TNT. enaae1 In Kar-stane quarrylna. rtia on Saturday at hi heme I'T Matthews Place. Brooklyn. al 51 tears. FRANK 1 1' A M A TO. hahlter and contra. -tT ln Jersey City, died yr Fn.iay of blood p." .nine at Koo-ey-u nui'im -se-i .- y-ar. H ; family rela at 24 Clifton flare. JKATtHHiNi M HFITMANN wife of John Keltmann. a rror itel on Saturday at her h-xn. -".S tirand streei. Jamau a. I- I . if j n vear. MFS T WHTTE. wh.tl! fmr-er it-d e,,,.nt.r at hi l.tnili h eitt 1 4:a : ,..1 aaed r-" y.-ara. Pr H)WARr V V.'.T.V ef fahrttht. 11.J on ftaiardav In th NurrUo.tii Ie:tt. 14) Kaat Slt aeventh Street, toilor.f an owrttlrn at the t-aae cf th brain. ei a tTv F. IMKKT, widow of Ketirv Parr. k.. a t tr f.rm of Johtt A Hanrv Part. Jievl on i--iurlv ( aiw-phny at tlOUl. v ears. nil Kirh-.T-iuta wrei. Sh waa tfc -lifJithteT ol tr Jamal Parttiiy. bit was a drntivt her tn !. 5trl 1b aal.1 to r.avO llltftllf'3 IHf I.T 1,.'- '-" v., iemM. fat-tar or p,u-rttrt i-tol. THi -MAS I WIVWR. u.n.i clrrKa aa ft-nra itie'y known In maiutr of tb JVion Towbt I'sirjaoT. O.e-1 m that rity JAMKS WrtIT7HKr RATN'oR m tr ITvvftr- Kmchanre BulkJin. lertiar t th o 75 f -ara. m GAYHOR MEMORIAL FUND IS HOW $7,336 Mayor Kline Calls for Gifts to Complete the Brooklyn Bridge Plans. - FIRST LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS 500 Children Give $5, and News-dealers' Association $2S -Certificates for Contributors. The tlcn. Mayor Gaynor Memorial Assocla-w-liich Is planning to have the citlzns of the city erect a suitable m-morla! to the late Mayor, announced yeterday its first list of subscriptions. The contributions which have been aent in to James Speyr. Treasurer of the association, amount to $7..T.16.Nu. Mayor Klir.e issued this announcement to the public: City of New York. Orflee of the Mayor. To the Public: Dec. 27. T01T I he movement to erect a sultabl iru murlnl to the lute William J. Guy-ror by the citizens of this city has. Ieen permanently ors;antxd and now launched. To-dav the first Ifst of suhsert-Mtons to this memorial Is mnde rmhlie by the Mayor Oaynor Memoylal Association. From this time forth the asroolation proposes to proceed energetically with the collection of funds. I hope that the fund will h: completed n a time so short that it trill emphnslz th Tat lov arl rspect which tli- people of this city have for our late Mnvnr Th association proposed to make Its appeal to every class of people in the city. N'o Mayor the city ever had was more widely beloved than Mayor Guvnor, and it !s proposed to 2ive every man, woman and rh'.U this city an opportunity tn express their affection and respect by contributions no matter how small. One contribution of nlrfadv received, waa made up of pennies contributed by "Cm children of th- west side, and another contribution came from the organized newsdealer of this city, who always had a ftlthful champion in the late Mayor. The association is not seeking la r e conf r1butbin. but desires to have th memorial which It is to erect express neai i.v as possible the love and affection of the many thousands of people in this city who were friends of Mavor Cjiynor An eriarraveil certlfi-at- of membership in the Mavor Day-nor Mentorlal Association will be sent to every subscriber. Contributions should he sent to James Speyer. Treasurer of the Mavor Gaynor Memorial Association. :ttd Fourth Avenue It is pronosed that th memorial shall tak th form of memorial entrances to tho Manhattan and Rrook-lyn ends of the Brooklyn MridK. It was felt that the memorial should b related in some way to this bridtr. across which Mayor Gaynor walked dallv for four years. Plans are already In preparation bv the Hoard of Kstl-mate and Apportionment for the reconstruction bv the city of both of these ntrances to the iiridsre and the memorial association is to ask the Hoard of F.stirnatf and Apportionment to have the plans so drawn as to adve tbem a memorial character If this plan Is approved, w hich I feel confident it will be. the plans will be so drawn as to triv sntce for th public memor ial wh. h Is o b rctd by th contribution of citizens I trast that contribution:- to thi fund will beent speedllv to James Sneyer. the Treasurer, at :'.4i Fourth Avenue A. T.. K'T.TXR. Mayor. TT.is Is the list of contributors: T. Kiln- sino-tr. P. MeCombs. . . 2.'. Chrl-s PterkW ton Oforir- M.-Anmy. . 2. Tt.-nrv W Taft. F. B. Paliell . . T. P Hhnnts . . . . C M Prw . . . .inlm D. CriTuiiin l'i r. X McOuait... 2 lonjFimanue! O-rll. .. 2. l'Vi r. T. rnd 2S 1C1 Adolf Kutfrnff .... C", 1O0 r A Fhirsehiin. ?" H. nri- P.. Tow ne pm Franklin ?lnion. . . 2a r A. Heart! Hon. ion Frank A. limine. . . W. tl. Ftw-nrl". .b'OR. J F 3' hwan- n. T. Ornhtit. . . bio' enbaeh Ft V. Appieton . . . . I'Xl f r.. rtstrt erer An-lr.-w 1'arneKl- . too sl.lney Tiwepthal Iv lint rd f rtl'im . T'Kl James roim-lt ... too r,.hnon T.lht. o pwi .r,,lm Bii. kl F JT '!'ert-.T'!irf. tn I P CiMIn . Arvlrew I 'ree. lma James Cneyer A It. Witt. son . . Herman Rlrid-r. . . l"f Abraham Krlanr. ''t'T.i fchleatfieer. . . I'O Tani.-a P RM liX'Tsldor Rls I to; I. Nf Frincolint . . hie M. P. r,int"n ... Pe i nnr'iari I Smith... liU'Itt T K.'arr.a ion; Wiiiism Shlllabr . loo Martin Ijtnire 1 isvi . Heekscher l'Ki F. N Rowland looc. I.. Hemhlmer.. lon.t. Valenst loo Front Tlrlve Nforor too Co lOOF. 7.. rhebro.. loop rt. Bowk-r pyiTwls WarfieM... IVdll'iTti H---rrl 11-nry Clw- Hubert R. M. ore . ClBi-ksetl c-fWl.. MI'-h;tf Fart c St. Hlerln. . . . -eth I. .tv n tV. 'e Forest. . John ciafiin l.nn- c; . i rt.f ii.im H. V Pi vison V 1 1 T 'n terwood . i '. S'anderM!' V. .1. Rerwlnd Frank I. rtabl-ett. itrs'tl-v M art !n . . 10c:j Rahlnnwitr. M .f. Blrsim'radsle. HV T. I.. Ronhaum. Flbert H C-orR C Ta "eh H Peter T C,S! . lon yyilllBm P. Ha'. . noi.it.. a-h Iff . . Farlow .lOn.Tohn O. sr.-Carthv.. imd, W. Sherwell... pm rty. iir A Blum . . toe .vm i 'hlldren .... l'io thrshstu Velsman W i vtu n ti-lr Kolm '-'-ut nt 'VtrMirt I'lfl c. Mir.i-. Wiilia-n .T Tull". . . tfo-s ard Csrroll S? . J Prummon l . . n Sf . Barudi . . VPner C K1th r A. ' " ttmith . f V. Nfe--ffan neor-" r'hr- ion vf is ft. Palton too rt. f Norrte loo Alfred ". Nelson.. InASfary F.. Bailey... too r N C. fteake . Iintl f Smith I Jinie H Anderson too Hurrean Branil ... , -A- H -.i:rl!ii I .1 . n i :r r tun . j - p, i t.l win ! I i.ison 1 t all 1 J a n 1.. r'ad-f ild-i' I spi-ran J i i' Orion inc. B. I Ciretnriut HV' Treasurer 2 .Vl pws'tftor Halp-r VI Sol!e "nhen VI J. J ljmhrt. 5vnaTid tV em ao'.Toseph Orthof Wff. rrsnkfleM 1 fWAHc- Roch Vrp TV. .lacehsnn... W Rarrv R. CJnsa.... rVThofriaa J Hlnfa. . .vi asrmiei stpTtin .... .V tv. rtr-f rifield . . . riotcharl-s F Bear . V If T. Ht mann .... V.tohB Hosev Kdw ard P. hrr l lt . . . VI M. Harris n fnlirtnon Olurkantan Vl. I. Fl Nlr'ntseh. . ;t R-uhen TVI!of Joseph Kean-. . -.'S F-nest HI 'S K J. Alrs-huler jn C. A. H. Par Hyman I.-rr-an . '-T TA'UIIa'n A P--o n Atrrd sit r. . . ihnrlea H. Sabln.. Ralph P-ter. rt B. Cn--t!v(i'l. . . F. A Rlneler Co. . Fllhu Ttoot R F Almlrall. W:irbe!t iSnnuiel I ntf-m'er W A Pr-nleriasl .Toi-;.h .lohti -on . . . A iicu"t Relmont M. KnA-dler c,. . V. C rtrovn . F-anl: Mann W. Vf C -tiler F C. p.-haa'-r W A Sfar'-i- - .. A. .1. Tall' r . . ,t -'',n likes . . . l.il.n Ar-f re--. . . S-wadeaJ-r V- Sf hlr.dler Waipln. . . Mead If. flhe Mir ha1 ."ht". ri v P Utiles . Stalin. . . 1 '.. . fprowiti Th offlcrs . John Purrov Mi man : A rdo'ph I.. Total . 7.srt an f the association are chel. Honorary Chair-Klin. Honorary Pres ident : Hubert Adamson. Honorary Sec retary : n. A. C. Smith. President: James Spever. Treasurer: Frank Tucker. Assistant Treasurer: T. O. fcGlll. Kxecutive f-cretary : Jimei Matthews. Seeretary . A. L BURT DEAD. Publisher Passes Away in Brooklyn In His 72d Year. A L. Hurt, the publisher, did yesterday at th- ac of 71 years at his reel-(lence. 17 Brooklyn Avenue. Brooklyn. Mr. Hurt was born at Belchertown. Mass.. and educated tn the public school there. He atarted to work in a . jtrtx-erv etore ami Iatr became a travel-lna salesman. When he ai traTellna; , more than thirty years afjo for a leather ;o"j"i9 house in Hartford. Conn., h cun-: cf Ivti tb plan of b-eoominsj a publ'aher. ', His fit st book was a small dictionary. int-nded for us ae a premium by mail order hnjses. The dictionary was followed bv other books for mall order house, such as " Law Without L.-trs." "Household Kdps." ' Cseful ! knowle.lt;,'' and " Tb Family Physl- ! dan " After his earli-r ventures in publishing had proved successful. Mr. Burt ti ok bold-r step and in 1SJ beran puhltsnin cloth-bound standard works. H Was a piotir In thla country in the f.ekd of prlntinsr the cl,P.-s at popular irtU-r foundirp the A. I.. Burt Com-I pany. now at :Z Insane Street. Mr. Bart : published books of every description. i :oth-bo ind nd paper-bound, from en-' cyckipenia 'o ttt ltahtest iur.ll flc-, tion Mr. Hurt had been for many I years a Trust- of th Plymouth Church . itffi ! twang S,rct. prookiyn lie left a yTiwIf. Sarah H P Burt, and thr sons Z rm H.rrr p.. Frederick and Edward j S. Kurt. The Equitable Building will not oversell its tenants OVERSELLING a customer is one of the"' great evils of business, but it will play no ; part in the Equitable renting policy. A tenant who is induced to rent more space than he needs, is facing an excess on a fixed charge before he starts to operate his business. The prosperity of the Equitable Building will be built on the prosperity of Equitable tenants, and not by pursuading tenants to take more space than their business requires. Ma wait frm Maw 1,1 IS. Th kmiUim Asms, i Sat ceaaiJecaaf 2 or 3 $mntk mhntd e tJuti ataafa. Equitable Building Temporary OQee, 27 Pine Street ALL FAITHS MEET IH 'DAILY TEMPLE' Representatives of Many Creeds Read Scriptures and Speak at the First Service. TO BE OPEN EVERY EVENINC Miss Knop Will Support the New Movement to Present Every Form of Belief. I 'oiii.i,-iJ oti a belief in ti:. po-sir.i. t-of utiit. not oniv uni.'l.n i'hr1.tiaii peoples, but of a worldwide unity amonn all religion.-, the Daily Temple, at id Kast Thirty-second Street, was opened last nit;ht with the rtvidins of paa.p s from the Christian, Hebrew, Urahmaii. Mohammedan, Buddhist. and I'onf i-cian Scriptures by representatives of each faith. The little temple, which was recently remodeled, was filled when the evening's service bean. and many persons, unable to find staiulinsT room, wer turned away. The selections from the tlr.itim.in Scriptures were read by Swami Hodhmi-unil.i. Weyed Kytuib, a Mohammedan student at Columbia, read a few p;is-siikks from the Koran. Some of the tetiets of Confucianism were presi ined by W. T. Wei, and M. Ashorye read , several selection' from the teachings of j Buddha. Passages from the Talmud, which were to bav been read by Felix ! Kauffman, and selections from the Bible were read by Mrs. II. H. Criuxh- j ton. Tiie imponiiio; feature of these Hcriptures were tnen discussed by Prof ' Curl H. A. Bjei retraard. Librarian of the New York" Public Library, who d- ; fined the characteristics of the " teach- ! era " by whom the scriptures had been i left The purposes of the I'aily Temple, were then di.ousHed by Miss Rlizanetn . Knopf, who organized the Daily Temple ' movement, w hich she has aut.m.ui , d she will support herself rather than ask for contributions. Miss Knpf said , in part: i "The Dally Temple Is an idea that has ; grown' from a realisation of the extreme 1 difficulty of living the uptritual lit.-I without constant stimulus in a time and : coi.ntry where so much stress Ih laid on achievement in the realm of the mat rial. The Dally Temple niim-s as a niKhtly meeting place for the Jiord.-s of working girls In the shops or elsewncru , who cannot afford the thyarre. for t.ic. richer young women and Klrls who. sit ; around and wait for something ' ext it- : lng ' to happen; for the loin-ly wnnifi in hotels and boarding houses; for t youn lmys whom the street calls, but whom examples warn ; for the ytiu"k- ' men who have as choice a book, a regrettable ' good time ' or a vapid conversation with the usual opposite f sex. and for the older men for whom the excitement of th dtllar chas- i dwindling, who hccli to qui sf ion whfr--to, what for. Knr all these where in New York City to-day is spiritual fo.nl to be Itad every night in the week? To supply that need is one of the reason:; for the I'aily Tempi." Throughout th Winter nltrhtly n-rv-ices will 1 held at the Tempi and the Scriptures will be r. a. I and compared at inferval.-i. The meeting beuin at S.1.1 o'clock, and some of the speakers wfm have promised to make addresses arc th Rev. John Haynes Holmes, pastor; of the Church of th Msslnh : Prof, tier- ; aid Stanley Lee of Smith College, (author of "The Shadow Christ'' and "Crowds:" Hereward Carrington. author of "The Physical Phcputnena nf Spiritualism" and "The Coming .J.u-ence :" Prof. James Hever Hyso. S- -retary of the American Institute lor Scientific Research: James P. Sforton Jr. author of "The Curse of Hate Prejudice:" Arturo Oiovannittl and Klizabeth Gurlev Klynn. th labor lea. I ers : Prof. William E. P.. I iu Hois, .in negro educator: Dr. F. Milton Willi", formerly Interstate General Secretary, of the Theosopnitfil jjocietv. and tn. Rev. Irwin St. John Tinker of -t. Mark'8-ln-tne-Bouwrie. The Rev .Vr. i ucaer ana juries i-. Aiorton will , rigs geWiaJolrehatat the Tempi". jrerrfejT a flit (Tea fa. ttotteea intend for InnerUon in The Kev Tork Times mav b felepnoned to 1000 Bryant. Sorn. GOLDI.VO Dc 24. 2 Wert lOth lt . to Mr and Mra H. 'Solding, k son OOTTEKMAN Pc. 2. PKl P.iverM Prlve. to Mr and Mra. D. S. fi.te.tman, a daughter HEHWlTil Dr. 27, 5lf. W-t 1241 8 . t" Mr and Mrs. M O. Hnrwiu. a aoo. LIBAS - Dec 27. S-V Ixn.rfoee A v., to Mr and Mra. J I.l has a daurht-r KOSENIiEKO- rf 24. 2 li-ekman Piaci. to Mr and Mrs L. Koanb-r. a da,ithtr CnrrftrrfD. ABP.AilsON -LANDU'. - Mr aui Mis. P I.anda l of Eaat M'st ft ann .un-e ties eneKmnt of tneir )suhter. Iaura ' L. . to Mr. Ail jlph A Alirimnin of thla ' ity. I GROS.-MAX DAVIDSON. Mr and Mra. Max latld-n Annoumt th fristmtni ot th.ir daughter Lillian to Mr. 11 .lor (iroMmtn. S?HTfft. Am:MKRACT-K.lt:rFHAN' -On w 2.1 at th Ryal Lyooum. Miaa Cr1lla Kaaff- ' man ar.d CharWa A Atr.-nkraut. LI.VDSAT BROWN. Dec 27. Ifll3. at Ft Stephen's Church. Mw York City, hy the Itev. leajaBnin H Burr, j U , ai-ai.t' l , ty the Rev. Chart A Itonn. Forerce Moor Mrrrn to Rallh Caoell Undaay ut Madiaon. N. C TORNEY BKNEPir-T -Or Dee 27, a- the Church of Oood Counl hy the Rev M-r. . Coano'.ly. Henry IV T Hney p itertm. aaaehtor of Str Hrr.txIU l of New York. Dtrt. AftNDT Arth-ir. bekrved brother of Oeorae. Funeral will tak- Mar on Mon iay Ije-! 29, at 11 A M.. fr-mt L im !- r-tK'i-B,--, 217 Weir- liotn It la kindly reipjted '. t -at to fiwr rt xirt. laila. Houston. iirin.i Atinui it. a.) New Orleans iLl.) papers pieaaa eojiy. 31'RT n .mday. lr 2. Aibrt U.. b l"ad huMnd of Paral? it. P. Btirt, In hla 7 Id y.-. Aer-T ve. c R:, at rr). done. 17 Brooaiya Av. Brooklyn. i Tu-atar afternoon. fc ao, t 4 .tu : o'clock. Intrtrrt private j COOK. On Saturday. Dae. 27. Mary Haekett. i widow of la.t Stephen Gurnay Cook' ! 'uaeal from tS rawtdene of ker tlauah- ' tr. Mra Jnmh Howan. 244 Rli.rej ItrlTt Rcantfin maaa on Monday morn-irg at 10 tctok .1 ll. Cha-ra of lit ! rrancts Xavier. Vtt iota gt. ' DRrHMONt). On ro t. 91t, Ch-wey : OruaB-sood at hi late rllof. u. naral on Moniay. Dee. 29, from his ratal- i oae. Bi Sterllne Klar. firaokiya. rOR.'K - Tl Uc. 21. 11.1. K-lwtn A. For,- ; Funersl from lil Ktjt 12-.IB St.. af 2 V. i M. T-day. Interateat at eoyalc of f tawily. ' j GlLJ.IF- -Mary. S-tI,,THK n'NKRAIJ CHL'HCH. West 24. anptiell Ball -iter i Tub later. Mmar cvrtea. ' DtfD. .KM. - tt r.e. js .-auffhter . .TW.ind M nt. la.r. N J na iihi. tilt I. Meh n Ivini!-, yminaeat nf Jaai I'lrrtu and frm Vo- rani Funeral arle from he r Piden.e r-f h-r parent. I.tft elcrth .M.iiiiifaln Av . on Ti.eJay. fee. at J ! M cin.-lnna.il i ihloj and K'entu. ky t i- r plftl- f:.py. IIICKi. Pee 27. Ii.t. Klitt K. rtaiah- ti-r .if tiii- la'e lsa.lc Itlfkn. Filllrral er vices frori the r si.tfnf ff her ntsf-r. Mm S. I! 1's'ier. Knaj St. kiro.ik lyn. Tue-fiay evenfnr at o'rluck ! PPPiirt i 'n Pee is. a- tli. Hnf-1 Wora.1 -nv k. Vtsri Cdfiia Wnrd. l.low nf lir. ll.r II il'i- W i'im.'li. Funeral M -koim-ll, N J an l Int" nient 111 'NTKU. - ii Uf s.T'tf,'S at the tif IV Towr. .- i7. Marv P. H. Funeral rfiU'leni f of the itfv. Will-1.1174 Wilnhlnirfim Av.. on 'I'lf -.(pi V i- entlll P. M KlI.l'ATV.rCK - Slid lenly at Ketivll. N J. A.Vhiid- A. wife .if rvlward W K ilpal rick Interment Wcc l.iwn Tueaday. ut-ar 1 : p M KitANK. t'--l. I iris ;. Atr.. Frlttoy nlaht I- tirt-rnl .M-mdav. 1- M.. fr..nt J. Mill i r a. s n tindfi'tak-ra, 1.227 fusing, t n A v.. .New Y-t. l.l.i'SHAIlhT on Sunday, Dec a. 1'.ll;l. l-tiilMf F P-orthardt .iiiiiahrt- ff rtia lt t' I.. 1 1. nn I Anns innimnlt. Kun ral from her Iff.. 114 Went liUltll St.. ilrona. on l).-r IO. :.t J M. i.ynN. -tin Crt.li.;.. I. 1013. Kat I-t.cna Pin. iney. wile of I r Fdta.rd ! I. von. Fuller.. I servlca w.ll I haid h ' the r!i:.l..ii. of her H-in, i r1ent c. !' ii. knrv. 7v! Went Kn l Av . New York City, on Mon.lav. Ler. at. al a. P. M. MKI Fit --Jf-.fHf.I '.i'i .,r Alllnn S and Mallots W'.-lff M - vr Mt it .UK fhi Frldnv. Tf ar her horn. Pa:vrs1ty Ai nil tut ith !.. New York t' tv. M.-irtli.t Fh.t.-it.eih It-ntx Moor, bc- ,'.g-1 wire ,.f u niuim M Moor-, In her :iM v. :r i-'un,-.;ii -rur,K i.t the renl-lerve of Vtl I i .VlO'tre. 1.711 Mnttdawr - mm Av,. iiii if uu"i e. eld.. totnlay. Le. Jti. at Cf met AHKT - r M Interment at Italtlmor- I - I c -7. tat hT late resltlenc. 101 . . v una i;ilz..tierh Plrit. 'ai H -nry 1'aret and dausn-1 a l - Dr. Jahlal I'urmlv and n'-mlv Furifral t-vIc s wtll the Ctilleiruit. Church of S' Went -".t!'. w-ifr ef the t..r of t Ite Hut. hlnc-i 1 he h.-'d ir Mt-lin A l "th Av and 4Hth St.. at 10:30 riie-Hinv. !-.-. 30. IM.M KIP iV S i I l.f -fi. P.'l ilriily at i.treenwtfh. Conn . nt 'i :tO K. M . Mr. Theo- lore l.jtirem-e r i'itt."ti. i'i. : -e,j m hr i nipfj', n-e Ixulao t 'raws s Shot! rervirtt will he residence at Bell-haven. .reenw h'h. S.iii.JMv a ft., rnot'.n. mt 4 u. l:nW leave- V'v- 1 t-rlt on train M.in- av fir I'itts-leSt where s rles fill I' I. . Id at S' S'ei !.'. i Church at ...to. Interment I'ltt.flt '-1 i Vrtitilf ry. lIAVN.il! At Yonher- N. Y . Sundar. If-2s. pill. .I.ut- Whlteh'-at! Itaynnr. ttt o' i he late Sarttuel and Sarah IiMcd Ka -ii, .i. ,n lus 7r.Pi vear. Funeral ie -rvl1" at -t P. cil' t ht.r vu Vonkrrs Tuesday. P.'. "!. at 11 o'rlik. KEEP. S.itiirlny mcrnlr.ic. Pee. 27. at the Ne urul'iKiisl HVipPHl. New York Cltv, x Pr Howard it. P.ed. in hla thirtieth year, nun of Pr. and Mre J J. Reel an4 helmed hufhtind of Maltei Pennla Iteed of Seal, right, N. J. Funernl aei-lc will b ).l 1 vate. p. i : ' -.K in. Saturday. Pec 27. 113. Ml a Kmmu Ileiner Ftm,iral erice ut li r late leaidfnce. Id st Nicholas Place, on Tnestlay. 11 ooltick A. M. I., u'l I.-"" H 1 1 I ll.-urv. sue. lenly at h! r...t -lent e. .".IO V, est Ot h .t . on Pee. 27. ltil.'t. FTinc-;i -l fin' T'.leit.lay morning. In f'.lo.'k. at hi-, iitte rei'len- e SPIF.C, KI.HKRC -On Satv.rd.iy, I-c. 57. after a unip-rlnif Illness, at No. 1 West 7nth St . Iteitv. it lilnw of I.vi Spl-s;elh.trg. in the 72-1 j'ar "f h.-r ac. Ktin-ral strictly pri . ; t. f.r in. ml i-t t i.f tho family ..i.l . TI1.I.1 N'till AST In Trot-. N Y.. l!. 27. lltia. t liarlei. Whitney TiitlnKhaat. 2d. In I he f.7th year of his ae. Funeral services at St Jtihn'a Church Tueaday afternoon at 2 ti'tio. k . 3n SRrmorfam. i.'ONO f .1 . Y . A n nlv eraary irasa fur Henry A . b'-iovf'i htu.hand of Antim Hunt Coiioily. on Tu -atliiy. 1. -. at U o cIcm-k, In St. Vint-int Fertr's church. Lexington Ar. and Ufith Street. MAS'. Tlie m.iiuiiiif nt deilicafed lo th memory of my dearly beloved husband and our dearly helnved fa'ti.-r. Ferttinand May. was iinvi-i:"1 It. L Pil.'t " Vnic knf'.t tare hut t-' Io the. Nor n.taif I tl.e-t u it in eral pi cral't. I MU.KTAkLRg. t4tW 2iJX COUSTtOUS ATTtNTlOS) r-rrTe, Irli?II oat on Wight. Fl'htkAL CRUICS. THE W00DLAWN CEMETERY K0l m. Hy Harlem Traia an: by Tnrllaiv otfic. jo teaat eu. n. r. Business Review and Outlook Next Sunday The New York Times will publish a Financial Section containing the following features among others: Review of the Year Review of financial conditions in 1913, n.d the outlook for the comir,f? year in business and finance. This will be a broad, comprehensive surrey of local and national conditions. a Views of Bankers Well-informed bankers in twenty important cities of the United States will express their views on the business future. Latest Foreign News by Cable Moet recent developments in European finarH-e will be specially reported by cable for this important financial section. Year's Trading in Stocks and Bonds Complete analysis of stock and bond trans-actions on the New York Stock Exchange from January 1, 1913, to December 31, 1913. t The New York Times has a larjrer sale among investors than any other American publication. ullte New Unrk Uimts "All the News That's Kit to Print." Special "Sale lOOPianos 100 elejant new style Chester Piano in beautiful figured mahogany cases, full overstrung scale, ivory keys and rich, brilliant tone of great sweetness and power, for only $190 These arc all brand new pianos, up to date; in every particular, with all the latest improvements and fully warranted for six years. Special terms of pavment, only $5 down and $5 Monthly and no charge for interest or extra. Stool, cover, tuning and delivery free. Our three stores will be Open Evenings until January first. Horace Waters & Co. "Three Stores: 134 Fifth Ave., near 18th St. 127 W. 42d St., near B'way 254 W. 125th St.,nr. 8th Are. Vines For New Year's Bat. Prlea.Cat rl. Spec, sec " Charnpaan. .SI.M SM 00 "Una Ciiv," i.ts l.l.ne Upaikllr.4 M.if!it .. .. I.OO 1S.SW Hparkling Kur-uo.1 l.DO le.Stf Htut -Sautt-rn .75 7 0 Itea Clarst .541 S.ao Caaea of 14 half buttles. ?. iu H. T. Dewey & Sons Co. Maker of Purr V&'mra and1 Grape Juice. .VI Years i Hasin: Oar duaraatf. ISK r'nlton Ht., N. V. SI Nassau Mt.. N. T. Dr. J. H. JOWETT'5 New Year Messages and a great variety of 1914ClendarsandNewYear'sCar.s are to be found at DUTTON'S BOOK STORE 601 Fifth Avenue Near 53d Street PI ax a 7400 StaiiiD mm cawiaa SsMieBS aital 44. a. IT. 8 Joha M.. C ity. C ! it

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