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BOYS AND GIRLS
Not from 4B to 5A; from
Asphalt St. to Fresh
HOMES ARE WAITING
Three Hundred Off for Health
and Happiness in Green
Fields and Woods.
?o ds> is the day!
?eon watch the lads, how
they strut, ami the girls, how thiy
?uish their skirts in their pride
This morning Jack and 'Liza, too I
ooubts about the results of those 'W
laaUeaj didn't know If they'd passe,!.
Jack and Lua did. though. And its
?urpnsing what an increase of dignitd
they acquired in just passing through d
door ?gettin' pr'moted to 5A from
Then, of course, there was Tom .vhoi
got "left" There always is a Tom.
He had very little strut to him. In,
fhct. according to tradition, he should
hurt sneaked home bv the back wav4
and lurked in the dark corners of the
?roodshed in fear of the wrath to come ;
But mere aren't any woodsheds in New
York i? theaa untraditional times, no;
?*I oack ways to most house?-; so Tom
had te u.o home and whistle loudly and
tslk vo'ubly on many subjects o'.he:
icboo), in an effort to ^tei
.i emb:.rr?s*ing questions. Hut to take
IS the day!
Pr'inct'on 'day. too.
This time, however. ?promotion"
leave? little time for strutting. In?
stead, o.ie nas to grab one's bag and
hustle, dignity all forgotten, to the !
train, maybe to rush printing and wilted ?
?board at the last minute, with some
bais) giving one a most undignified
boo.-t frota behind.
Six Hundred More To-morrow.
What does it matter, though, so lung
<t promotion takes one through the
door not the one that leads from 4B
to SA 'hat leads from a hot citv to
t cool, creen, new country? Promoted?
?ell. it's .?orne step up from Asphalt
el 'o Fresh Air Heights.
About three hundred are to be so
promoted to-day. just as soon as they
tan rn.i-.ke sure of their school stand
..? r . hy -he Tribune Fresh Air Fund,
?reoarations have been mak?
ing to get the Tribune Fund homes in
'or the reception of guests, and
i.ov they stand fresh, clean and airy,
tor the arrival of the boys and
he h,.\e been looking forward to
eit countrv fortnights ever sine? the
?arm day reached New York.
Three hundicd will be promoted to?
cay a numher which indicates ;hat a
good many of "Tom"' will be "left." but
lo-morrow six hundred more will be
prometed to country places, and the
day four hundred more, and the
day after that still some more. In fact,
txtts) day from now on will see its
"Tom" won't get "left" ultimately in
nrorrotion, if tho?e who are inter
?? ?boys and girls are generous.
I o-day 170 girls go to the Ashfprd
Kill Home, at ?rdale***, N. V.: Zt ?iris
'o the North Shore Holiday House, at
ngtoii. Long island: 25 girls te
? ottage, at ?-'airfield. ?onn., and
?\s and girls to friends at Au
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Contribution?, preferably by check
or money order, should he addressed to
the Tribune Fresh An Fund, The
Tribune, New York.
Newport. .June *-"?. The ><?cial pro
? ?ivmino for the Fourth o:' July is fast
tilling up. Already there have been a
i?ember of events announced for the
day. In the afternoon there will be a
th?'dansant, given by Mr?. Arthui Cur
tiss Jame- at Beacon Hill Meuse, and
-he opening bake at the Newport ( lam
i>?ke Club. For the evening is arranged
?>e large dinner-dance to b- given by
>>s French Vanderhilt at Harbour
liew, while Mr?. laattei P. Kernochan.
?1rs Marsdeii J. Perry and Ambassador
Bakhmlteff have announced
The Shields cottage on Ochre Point
aving been opened. Mr. and Mrs. Fran
is I. Cowan, o? ?Philadelphia, will ar
ve on Thursday.
Prince Troubetskoy has concluded his
,vit with Joseph Loris Melikofl at the
<jssiai. Eaihasay and has returned to
Mr. ;in<l Mr?. Vincent Astor arrived
ere tod??., on the N'oma for a few
L?y with Mi.-. Hermann Oelrichs
mann Oelrleha, jr., at Rosecliff.
? Irichs gave i. luncheon in their
e-nor to-day. and this evening they
?re ho- guests at a box party at Free
,fiN l'a k. an open air theatre.
Hie Ohehess of Marlborough spent a
???) with her mother, Mrs. (). II.
Bilmoit, at .Marble House to-day.
Mrs. .1. ? Fk.mI ild ?v;?- a dinner en
rtainer V-night at the P i:< Lodge,
(oum ?r,j Countea? Steehenyi aie ?o
Mi- Yanderbilt at Tl-e
real.ers f? ? pgr( 0| the summer.
? mi. tin Misse? ILimiltoa
nd llobart.1),. ?nd Mr?. Edward P
?acklia, M,. John W. Burgess, Mr.
?nd Mr?. Lester Leland. Robert Van !
Wyck. .1. (iordi.n Douglas. Mi. and Mrs. ?
William Karl Dodge and Piinre Trou
betakoy have registered at the Casino.
Mrs. I ?iordi.n hougla? was operated
upon for appendicitis Sunday at the
Whitney Warren cottage. The opera
us performed hv Dr?, ?'?.ailes W.
Stewart and Ham .1. Knapp. MtS.
uouglas to-day was comfortable.
The tennis season at the Newport
? epened this morning and ores
Mened the gathering of a number of
the sun- ner ?residents about the court?.
Mrs. Charles F. Hoffman is enter.
tun.ng Mr?. Philip Martineau, of F.ng
BOARD TO CENSOR FILMS
Appointed by Commissioner of
Licenses with Full Power.
A board of censors to pata on all
films exhibit"?! in thi city Was appoint?
ed by Comm.iaaiener of Lieenaoa Bell
\oxtciday. The hoard Will have the
power t.) suppress any film which doe?
r.ol come up io the standard of morals
live?) b) it.
The committee consists of S. S.
Eldridge, ?if tin Brooklvn Charit li
cifty; H. H, Cart, of the Raaaell Si.ee
Fnundai.o -,: Custavas Kii'oy. ? builder;
Dr. Bernheimer, of the Brooklyn
Neighborhood Association: Mrs. Jose?
phine Redding, of the Depart mi nt .>*'
Education; lira. Joseph M. Price and
Mr i, R. S. Blake.
The comm;lt?e will meet early thi?
week and ?begin piaiu for its work.
They will be uided by an auxiliary
committee of one hum'red. representing
all part- of the city, each member of
which will hr.ve the tnsk of watching
the films in his immediate ne'ghbor
FOR THE WEEK
Montgomery and Moore-George
Fourth of July week is being cele
bra-ed by the Palace Theatre with
.Montgomery and Moore at the heed of
the programme in a new act, made up
of exclusive soiik~ and comedy. Joan
?Sawyer, assisted by Benne Dixon and
Liwis Sloden. remains for a second
week. Adelaide and Hughes, too, per
*:ie greatest dancers in vaude?
ville, ?.re held over another week.
Anothe.- teat .?re of the bill is a big
girl act, called MAJ Yon Tilzer's Honey
Cirls."' This is a tabloid musical com
iilv in three scenes, located on the
Boardwalk and beach at Atlantic City.
Another skit brings forward Bert
Wheeler and company in "Fun on the
Boulevard." A novelty from abroad
is Fred Kornan. the Austrian whitl?;.
Other acts are Willie Weston, the
charactei siaaor, and '?he Too;:oonin
Troupe of Arabian acrbba's in "Desert
ilfS MacFurlane. the barytone, is
the headline!' at the New Brighton
Theatre this week. Mr. MaeFarlaiiC
was the star of "The Midnight Girl."
In vaudeville he has a repertory of
which have bien selected with
?iieat care and la making a tremendou?
Ht, "The Beauties" is one of the best
of Jes.??' I.. Li.sk;-'? miniature musical
comedies. The book is by William Le
Baron and the music by Robert Hood
Bowers. There are numerous prejty
musical numbirs and twenty girls, in
addition to th? principals, Mortimer H.
Weldon and W. J. McCarthy. Ed dal
lagher and Bob Carli? anpear in their
nautical travesty, "Before the Mast,"
by ?Ed Gallagher.
Alice Fis ami Bert French, whose
"Rouge et Noir" anil "Dance ol
une" will be recalled, have a in w and
characteristic dance, "The Temptreaa,"
which they are doing with see lie ef
*.'cts at H Roof Gard.fl and
ictoria. ''he action takes plat" in a
\olcano. Carmelita Ferrer, the Soaniah
dancing hesuty, who is the niece of the
?Spanish B<oeialisl wh-j was exec ited a
few years ti^o. makes her lirst \meri
im sppeai-ar.ee. "Daneing by Moon?
light" oiii'iuu's as the extra r< of at
AT THF ACADEMY.
At the Academy of .Music Kugena
Brieux's ''Damaged i.oods" hf.? met
with auch success r is being repeated
throughout the present week, the
fourth of its run at the Academy.
Theodore Frieboa, James J. Ryan,
Priaeilla Snowies and .Marie Curtis
roatinae to play the leading characters.
"The Tempt i *0I ?." a new dame, w,..
preaeated lf.it nigl.t a' Haiaaaeratein's
Root' Curd.mi and Victoria Theatre,
with Alice Fis and Bert French. The
scenic eiTects are elaborate. Carmelita
Ferrer, the Spaaish dancer, is one of
the features on the Hammerstein bill
The Theta Helta Chi?, who are at
the Hotel Astor holding their sixty
sixth annual convention, occupied the
?hexes and i? large portion of the or
eheetra laal ??iiiiit ai the Thirty-ninth
street Theatre te see the ?performance
of "Too Many Cooks."
Miss .loan Sawyer has taken Nice!
Barrie as her ?lancing partner. Miss
Sawyer, who is appearing at the Pal?
ace, will add a number of ?aw dances
to her ?repertory.
IN THF BERKSHIKKs.
I Mi TeleC" I'll ? .::? i
Lenox, June -P. Alexander Scdg
?vuv. jr., ot Stoehbridf?, defeated W.
Smith, ?if Lee. in the finals for the
junior tennis championship to-dav,
ti V, ?'? 2. o' (i.
Mr. and Mrs. (harles Aftor Bristed
have issued invitations for a dance at
Lakeside on the evening of Jnly 1.
Mis. Bristed. Mr?. C.eorge F. Turmire,
Mrs. Carl A. de (iersdorff, Mrs. J.
Woodward Haven and Mrs. John F.
Alexandre will be patronesses for a
supper, dance and fireworks at Lake
Mahheenac on Friday night for the
young people who are going from Lonox
to take part in the water auoHt. The
?rework! will be from a float in the
Mr. am! Mr? C. E Wood and Miss
?food, <???' N?w York, and Mr. and Mr?.
Richard R. Steams, of Boston, are at
the Red Lion Inn, Stoekbridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Janney
started to-day from the Curtis Hotel to
tour in the White Mountains.
Mr?. Thomas Denny and Miss Adeline
!.. Denny will arrive at the Maplewood.
PittsAeld, to-morrow for ?he season.
Mi. and Mrs. E W. Rice. ir.. of
Seheaeetady; Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Ive?
and Mrs. Josephine Mann, of Brooklyn,
are at the Maplewood. Pittsf-eld.
Mr. and Mr?. James R. Forgan. jr.,
of Chicago, are guest? of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederic T. West, at Court Hill. Pitts
Dr Charlee Hell and Miss Isabel
Holt." of Chicago, are visiting Mrs.
Klisha P. Whitehead in Pitts..eld.
Arr ved a*. Hotel Aspinwall to-day
were: Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Logan. M
* I Hii-l M M. Dala'id. of New lork,
for the season; James R. Krone. F.
HatniDon Kendall. John C Broauhead.
r Cerald Clokej?*, < W. Knewltea.
'Ralph Kellogg L M Hamilton, of
New York: William Weth-nll. Mis?
Wetherlll, Mr, a*id Mre. A. Atwater
Kent Mis? Anita Kent, of Philadelphia
and * r. a* 'I Mrs. Lrdyard Cogs'.ell, of
TO RIKER WEDDING
Full Skids of Earlier Days
Worn by Aliss Groes
A FLORAL PICTURE
Nat y Colors Grace Marricge of
Miss Clark to Mc-.trnant
Smcalle. U? S. N.
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* ' "?* Ml . Jana fP. if las Marv
Carolina Crorabec1; waa married thli I
afternoon ?o Daniel Smith Riker. of!
New ?"ork, a: Elrahurat, t!>e lovely old
grayatone home of her o'.rents, Mi
?Mid M??-. relford Croocbeek, ea Tor
iea? ? Walnut Hilla.
II waa an extremely pretty June'wed
and ttiound?- pre
? a charming i ictare of summer
Against the ?gray -.tore a clematis
rlae, mi full glorj or purple bio
?.ave ;i bright touch Of color, and taM
vases o' bloasoming f1 lariled
either side o<~ th' '?Id-fnshioned. big
porch. Mrs. Croesbeck's rose ?gard?e in
its Jure blossoms added to tin at?
tnetiveaeea of the ground1-, which an
replete wi.lh many floweri'ig shraba.
1 he ce'-emony wa?* ?perforfcaed in the
early afternoon. The Right Rev, Bord
Vincen' officiated. Th? go* ?
bridesmaids reverted (o an earlier day
w in their '?"nil skirts and hi ts In liai
n.ory with '?he gOWnS, ?nil thi
effect was v.?-,- f?i dual
In the bru'.l procession ware n ?half
'he liriiieprooni from
New York Kmme't Harria, Kre?l Froth
Injrham, Clarence Crimmine, Cleveland
Coob. Gallatin Pell and Thee. Crane and
the hr de'.; brother, William Gr?esbeck.
The ?natron of honor wh? Mrs. iilcr.i.
?beck, ?.nd the bridesmaids were
Miss Catherine Anderaesa of Cincin?
nati, ?ml Miss Gertrude Iloyt. of Men
York, niece of the bridegroom.
among the out-of-town guests were
Mr. ?' ! Mi?. Ilartv.ell Cabell and Mr.
'and Mi?. Samuel Gilford, of New York:
Daniel Biker, -r, Mr. and Mrs. Hem-.
Riker. Joseph Hoyl and son, Joseph
Ho; t. jr.
After the honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. i
Rikei ?rill lira in New Vork.
Miaa Marjerie Clark, daagkter of
the Rev. Robert Bruce Clark, pastor
o?' the Presbyterian Church of the
Puritans, was married la.-t evening in
lhat church to Lieutenant John Morris
Smealle, I . S. N. The decorations and
the gowns of the bridal attendants
were in the navy colors.
The ceremony ?va.? performed by the
father of ihe bride, who was given in
marriage by her brother, Clarence F..
Clark The bride was in White ehar
meOM and duchess lace. She wore a
tulle veil, fastened with orange blos
iiiii carried a bouquet of white
orchid-' and lilies-of-the-valley.
Mr?, ?'harle* Hr.n-?.f nridge, of this j
city. wa< the matron ?f honor, and -he
nfi In a frock of blue charmeuse and '
carried Lady Harrington rreeea. Mre.
Philip Harden, the second matron of
honor, was dressed in gold colored
charme as? and carried cornflowers.
Ihe bridesmaids were Miaa Laura
?Haider and Miss Anita Sillcox. They
wore frocks of gold colored charmeuse
with military capes Of blue and car?
ried bouquets of cor.iflowi is.
Lieutenant Haskins, of the navy
yard, ?'?.?? best mm.
A special choir from a number of
leading New York churches furnished
the music The singers inended Miaa
l-'dna Patterson, Miss May Bien:'., Mrs.
Aitlnir Decker, Mrs. Cornelia Morris;
Iiillabaugh. John Lang. W. W. Whid-!
dit. II. Ray Neuman. C. JodaOU Bush- ?
veil. George A. Fleming ?nd Robert S.
Erakine, with A. R. Willard at the ,
About seven hundred invitations
were issued for the ceremony, but the
?reception, which followed al the home i
if the bride's parents. _ West lv'iuh
?t., was limited -o relativas anil a few
The weddiag of Miss Kathryn Doro?
thea Brophy and Arthur Gotthard Call?
?n took olace yesterday morning in
St. Patiiek's Cathedral.
The bride was attended by Mis*s Eliz?
abeth Quinn as maid of honor, and the
Misses Anne Dunne, Kathryn Scannet!,
Olive Canghlin and Agnes Conaty as
The ushers were William Pape,
William Butler, Albeit Carlson, Mau?
rice Ahearn, John Ryan and Frederic
l!. Mil).m. Arthur Ryan was best man.
The bride's cousin, the Rev. M. J.
Ahe?rn, S. J., of Buffalo, officiated.
assistod bs the Rev. P'ather Martin, of
$2 TO HEAR DUCHESS
Former Consu?lo Vanderbi.t,
to Address Women at Newport
i The Duchess of Marlborough and her
moth?!. Mr>. 0, H. P. Belmont, will be
?neakers at the "conference of great
women," which Mrs. Belmonl hi
nouneed for July f?, at Marble House,
Newport. The Duchess of MarlborouKh
will talk about the Works in which she
is specially interested in Kngland,
those for the welfare of women, espe?
cially ?tha wives and familias of con?
Some of the other women who will
speuk ?ne: Mrs. Florence Kelley, of
the National Consumers' League; Miss
ROSO Schneiderman. who will talk
about labor conditions; Miss Marv M.
Bartelme. assistant judge of the Chil?
dren's Court in Chicago; Miss Julia
Lathrop. head of the Federal Chil
? dren's Bureau; Commissioner of Cor
roetlon Katharine B. ?Devte, Mrs. Klia
Flagg Young. suDcrintendent of
schools in Chicago: Senator Helen
Ring Robinson, of Colorado, and Mr?.
Harriot Stanton Blatch.
The speaking will be on the ter
raie, where afterward refreshments
will he served. Th*t will cost $2. and
in addition *he Japanese teahouse and
Mr.-. Belmont's collection of curios
may be inspected. For ?.'? visitor- may
view the iu?'iie ?f Marble House as
IT B\i: HARBOR.
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Bar Harbor, June Jt*. Mrs. John
Jacob Aetor bad as luncheon guests
u-, th" Kebo Valley Club to-daj
Katherine Force; hi r liance. Henri Har
r.ickelL and Mri. William Force, o*
Mrs Nicholas Anderson was hostess
a- a snlall dinner party given thise.en
iui; i'or her ?on. I.ai- Andi 1-0:1, , .
Ambaaaador to Japan.
Mrs. John B. llentlerson. of Wash?
ington, has arrived at Duck's Brook.
!?h< will be joined laler by her son.
John B. Henderson, jr.
Mr. and Mr?. F. B. Mears, of Phila?
delphia, are occupying The Crotsways
The Misses Julia and .?.lice Whitinr
,,eil Katherine. Kli?abeth and Margaret
Porter formed t matinee party at th.?
Casino .bis ?^n??*"* . , _ .
Dr. Guy Falrfa?. Whiting, of Wnsh
irgton. .vho is Lt the Greeabrier, Whit
S.ilphur Spring?, will be here la?
join hi? family.
Dr. and Mrs Joh.i Thatcher, '
Yotk. heee arrived and ar? occupy ing
.Ihe Kebo cottage.
THE DUCHESS OF RICHEUEU
CABARET CLUB TO
MEET AT PLAZA
Summer Organisation for
Entertainment of Society
Holds Session To-night.
The sun*mei* Cabaret Club, recently
organ zed by seveipl men and women
prominent in society, will meet to?
night al the Hotel Plaza. The dances
will I)* held every Tuesday evening
throughout the summer in a room open
on all shies and mide to look as much
like a garden as possible The large
dining room adjoining has been re?
served as a lounge, where there will
be card table? lor thos ? who wish to
Evening dress i? not obligatory, as
ti.e elab is organized '"or the comfort
of its members who are in town for a
f?W days. Dinner will be served on the
terrece and at a later hour supper and
The board of directors is composed
of .1. Hoary Alevandre, Lindsley Tap
pin, K. Vail Stobbins, J. Lorimer
Worden, George K. Batcheller, John
Clinton Gray, >r., Joseph Hov.land
Hun', F?llen T. I.ittell, Frederic Potts
Moore, Huntington Norton and W. Al?
bert rease, jr.
The patronesses are Mrs. Charles C.
AuehincloSe, Mrs. Bonn Barber, Mrs.
Frederic Coster Carey, Mas. Arthur J.
( nmnoek, Mrs. John M. Dickinson, Mrs.
G. Howard Davison, Mrs. William B.
Dinsmore, Mrs. Louis Du Pont Irving, ,
Mrs. FfTingham Lawrence, Mrs. J. Pren
tico Keilogg. Mi ?. Barry s. Riker, Miaa
Annabella S. Olyphant an?l Mrs. J.
Mr. mil Mrs. William Goadby I.oew
will close their country place at Ros
lyn, Long Island, this week, and go to
Newport for the summer.
Justice and Mrs. Francis M. Scott
will sail to-morrow for F.urope to re?
main abroad until September.
Mr?. Yanderbilt Webb, who was the
Kue.-t ut her parent*, Mr. and Mrs.
William Church Osborn, at Garrison
on-Hudson, has gone to Shelburne
Farma, Vt.. to spend the summet at the
W. Seward Webb estate.
Mr. and Hit. Warner M. Leeds, of
I landome, Long Island, have gone to
Bar Harbor for the summer.
The Duke uni Duchess of Richelieu
spent the week end with Howard Tay?
lor at his place at Chatham, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Heniy A. C. Taylor ar
iived in town yesterday from Newport
?? remain a few days.
Mr. ind Mrs. Lawrence B. KUiman
will sail to-morrow for Furope.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rhinelander
have gone to Tuxedo for the summer.
Mrs. B. Aymar Sands has taken pos
? i of her summer home at South
??mpion, Long Island, for the ??eason.
Mi?. Arthur Julian Moulton, her
daughter. Miss- May IV Moulton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Aspinwal!. who
were at the ?Pias? for a few days.
sailed yeatorday for Baropa to spend
; ?he summer abroad.
SIX CHILDREN IN NEED
Charity Sopiety Appeals for
$30 a Month.
There w< re six children left to a
mother's care when their father died
of tuberculosis, and the insurance
which he had been able to provide ?a?
tioon used in meeting neces.-ary e:.
penses. The problem of providing food
and clothing has pro.ed S hsrdship to
the widow, ss her income from her o*n
eforts whs not more than $? a week.
The interest of her church has b?en
tod and the now has help in gro
to the ?"?tent of **.' a week.
Thirty dollars a month additional an
needed. Tin chant.. Urgan?7ation Htm
cietr asVs for MPO to supply thia
amount regulariv or the ne.*. ? ?iv
months, (lifts ?may be sent to the office
? f the aociety. loi Ka?t 22d st.
The ?Society acknowledges the follow
;i g contributions sent in response to
r.reviou? appeal? in The Tribune:
C. K. 1... X-50; cash. ?2. .
PETITION IS PARED DOWN
Advocates t? Commission Qoy
ernment Foiled by Clerk.
Mi nark's praaaat sbaaeea for a com
mifsion forn? of govcrnme'.t OOOA ?glim*
meritig ymterdejr, when ?ii\ Ctert
Jam's F. Connolly rejected 'he petition
fled by the Conir.iisMon. Government
?, wh>ch called for a special elec?
tion on the (|Ue.stion. It was found that
? nut Vie p'tition centained abou?
l.-'iOO more names than were necessary
under the law. it fell short of the
i e ???;?.itr numb".- after being revised
? ?i the o?tition v.a? a
disappointment to the advocates of the
proposed change "-.?. government, as the
taxpayers had been put to an expense
o.' ibeol ?:'..."?'Mi i? collecting ibe name.?..
It ??a: .'.nnouiued that the league will
, \ry ?gain.
DANCE MAD WIVES
Speaker at Homoeopathy
Institute Lays Infant
Mortality to T?iem.
! By Telegraph to 'Hit Tribune'
Atlantic City, June 21. In a scathing
straignment of modern society women
and wives of well-to-do business men,
Dr. Gilbert Fitzpatrick, of Chicago, in
a paper read before the Obstetrical So?
ciety of th? American Institute of
Homiropaihv, in convention here, to?
day declared that the cigarette smok?
ing, cocktail drinking, tsngo msd
women of to-day are the rea! cause of
"The woman I bave described is a
weakling, morally, physicallv, mentally i
and tret socially, when the country's
welfare and race betterment are in the
balanc-," declared Dr. Fitzpatrick.
More than nine hundred delegates
ware nresent at the opening of the con?
vention to-day. many of them from dis
tant parts Of the country. The con?
vention will continue until Friday.
Drwitt G. Wilcox, president of the
ate, in his address at the formal
meeting on Steel Pi?r ?o-night. con?
demned the principle? of the American
Medical Association, declaiing it po-.
litically inclined and accusing it of ?n
tering into an illicit combination with
th# army srd navy medical depart?
NEW EMETS FIELD ACT
5,000 Pay to See Show?Spe?
cial Feature for the Fourth.
The open air vaudeville and motion
pictur? entertainment at F.bbets Field,
? i., Brooklyn, promoted by Marcus Loew,
< pened v it h a new programme last
night. As an evidence that the novel
tv is meeting with favor, it was an?
nounced that ?.OOO persons paid to see
the show last night.
A special performance of ten act??
lias been arrsnge?l for the Fourth of
.Inly. Spoeial features will be shown
.Mondays und Thursdays. The bill this
araoh includes Delia Ray. with her dan?
cing ,'iorse?; the J.unett sute?-... the
Pettit family, acrobats, bar and bi
cyi le :ict>, and three reels of films.
SHIELDS SUFFERS SHOCK
Aged U. S. Commissioner's Ill?
ness Takes Serious Turn.
I R\- Telecr??ti te Ti?e Tribus?. 1
Richfield Springs, X. V., June :!P.
After suffering a paralytic shock late
Satnrday night. .lohn A. Shield?, of
Brooklyn, l.nited State? Commissioner,
i is in Richtield Springs to-day under the
care of his hfow York ph*>??ician. Dr.
W. S. Hnbbard.
Commissioner Shields has heoa at
the Springs since May II, His heilth
lias been oo.ir for some time, but the
lerieea turn in hi? illness was a ?ur
priae 'o hi? friends. Mrs. William C.
Newman, of New York, Commission r
Shields's daughter, and Mr. Newman
reached here last night. Mr. Shields is
seventy-four year? old.
CHURCH ROW OVER CARPET
S. S. Heads Removed, Classes
and Trustees Resign.
Former Stat" Senator Kugene M.
Travi?., iu<ncrinteodent, and A. F. Bobo,
as?istan* supe: in'.i rder.- o! the Sunday
school of the N?OS rand Avenue Metho?
dist ("nuren. nave been removed by the
pas;or, ?be Rev. Dr. A. F. Campbell.
forty teacher-, have resigned, as well
a? member? of the board of trustees,
and sil c!a??es have left the Sunday
sihool t>rcau?e of a dispute over the
relative superiority cf a hardwood
?I???or and a new cLipet for the floor of
th? Sunday school room.
Dr. Cnmpbell claims he has beer, wil?
fully mi-repre-er.'ed by Mr. Tr.'.v.? and
i the latter ch?rg*F unfair treatment by
I the pastor.
Time Curtain Rises To-day
-*:00 I'e.-v.:*g Show i:?l 1.. U'n.ie- ?Urden
2:20? Kitt. Ma? Kay.?Tmedyj
8.C0? r.i??ing Show 1314. .Winter (jartleu
B:15?lot: sli i- Perlmutter.'*?han'a
/.e^dils I-'olliea.New AmsWrdam
Too Man?/ Cook?..-??tli
a:30?The Thiuga That Count.. ?Ptayhouj*?
A I'.ur of .Si\. s.Lotigacre
STOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRE.
8:1a<? I'jiuageil Ooods. Acnilciny ;
Mats. Dett? . l-aveuing.
1:13.J??'? . H.?inii..?i.si.efti*s
iMfr.$:iu . Pnaaoa
2 lv.?*.:*? .New liijfiiion |
MAYOR CITES NEED
OF TRADE SCHOOLS
Urges Widening of Voca?
tional Training to Give
Child Fair Chance.
IN CLASS EXHIBIT
One Elementary Institution Dis?
plays Work Accomplished
? by Boys and Girls.
Msyor Mitchel addressed a vocation?
al guidance conference at t'\e Wash?
ington Irving High School last night on
the necessity of increasing industrial
training in the public ?ehools. The
meeting ?ass called as a result of the
?Mayor'? redent visit of inspection to
Cury, Ind., and other Western cities
v. here exntriments are being conducted.
Thoma" W. Churchill, president of
the Hoard of Kducation, and Cor.troHer
Prendrrgtst. assured the Mayor of the
?upport of their respective depart?
ments In establishing such a system of
industritl education as hould be found
to lit the complex needs of the city.
"It is the ?function of the school to
tit boys and girls to takp their places
effectively and successfully in the com?
mun itv fife." ?aaid tiie Mayor. "The
school fails if it fails to prepare chil?
dren to earn a sufficient livelihood and
le go forward along the lines in which ;
their special aptitudes permit them to
"Since the schools admittedly have
failed to give the children what vie.1
'.\te<\ we want now to supply for thos.?
boys and girls a training which "?il
permit them to go out equipped to
take those places in the business or
industrial world to which they nat
"To do this we must increase t.ie
number of day trade schools. We must
introduce more pre-vocational classes
in the elementary schools, we mist
establish a closer co-operation betwem
the industries and the schools, so that
we may have some system by which th?
students will spend part,*pf their time
in the factories and part in the schoo.
room. Success depends largely upon
"We cannot establish effective Indii
trit?l training without understanding
the conditions which prevail in indus?
try, and we must avail ourselves of
sk'ilHd artisans to get a supply of
?killed teachers for our schools."
" bar?es A. Prosser. of the Nationnl
Commission on Vocational Fducation
appointed by Pre?ident Wilson, point?
ed out that the expense ?*f industrial
training must be met largely by the
industries most interested.
"I am brave enough." said Mr. Proi
ser. "to suggest a workinjr plan for rhe
establishment of a vocational training
system in New York City.
Show Pupils' Work.
An exhibition of the work of the ?o
cational training classes of Public
School 62 is being held at the school
building at He3ter and Essex sts. ?t
includes electric bells, tinware, furni?
ture, hats and dresses, all made by
pupil" in the eighth year of the grin
mar school. This is the only school In
the city where there is training in the
arts and crafts with a practical bear?
ing on the career of the child a.'ter
The work done this spring is an ex?
periment ordered by the Board of '\d
ucation. The principal of the scnool
is so enthusisstic over the success that
he will advise the board to introduce
vocational teaching in all the public
"For $250,000 we could give ;his
trsining to ?0,000 children," said Mr.
Coldwasser yesterday. "The object is
not to lit children to take positions ?tha
minute they leave school, but rather
to irive them an idea of the various
trades, so that they can decide mor-?
intelligently what course they want to
pursue in a vocational school. We
teach them to say 'no' to trades for
which they have no natural ability.
"Every child who graduates will
have had eight weeks' training in six
trades. The boys will have courses in
sheet metal work, electric wir in*",
woodwork, machine shop, commercial
training and academic research work.
The girl* will have couses in millinery,
dressaiaking. running power machine?,
paper box making and the commercial
and academic training.
"In the commercial courses the ?tu
denta ??ill learn to use adding aaa
chines, letter presses and minu-ograph?.
a v, ?all as to make out bills of lading
and other commercial form?-.
"Office work is dramatized, too, for
the students. One boy plays ?he part
of the boss, while another comes to
apply for a plaee. The rest of the class
lili minor parts, such as office boys,
nief-enger* and stenogiaphers.
"It is not all play, though The
en merclal class has to take charge of
all the school business, such as the
orders for furniture on the woodwork?
ing department or the orders for cos?
tumes on the dressmaking deor.rtme'U.
The whole school is one big laeto*...
and the commercial department is the
FREE FILM PLAYS
FOR CITY CHILDREN
Little Patrons of Brooklyn Va?
cant Lot Playgrounds to
Have Summer Treats.
The ihildren of Brooklyn are going
to hav* free moving pictures twice a
week si) summer. The Parks and
Playgrounds Association, the People's
Institute and the Comi.ii .sioner of
Parks for the Borough of Brooklyn,
Raymond V. Ingersoll. have conspired,
and. as a result, some of the best
photo plays will be shown in the play?
grounds the association !>s< established
in vacant lots.
It was hoped that the exhibition?!
??.ou'id begin last night, but the r?!a.i?
conld not be completed, and Frank C.
?.n. president of the association
..rooklyn, and Seymour Barnard,
<Ye Brooklyn secretary, decided that it
! he as weil to ??ait until after
;h" Fourth. So the moving pictures
v ill bi??in ne:;t Monday night. The
po ti., . h <i appointment to
!:he Brooklyn children, many of whom
; h^n:: wistfully atou id the playgrounds
las! Right U'iii ?aMurefl there ?.vas no
A number of 'Jia.ihatian playground?
cpe.ied, Vi.... -.?... and ?hough they ?re
not to have picture* they had many
other ?ttracCon?. One of the. best
patronb.*? loti was tha' on Fifth av.,
below V-d s:., owned by Cornelius
Vanderbilt and E. II. Van Ingen. Here
there wa* a Ina equipment of swings
and leather "horse?; ' for leap fro;,-.
Swarms of childr**?! v. ho came over to
Central Park fren? the thickly popu
lnted districts ?aal of Lexington av..
took advantage of this playground,
where there were no forbidden plates.
The ??sociat'.on hopos to get the
use of the large vacant lot on the
northeast corner of TJd ?t. and Fifth
.-.v.. to ihrow open as a baseball ground
tor the bigger boys.
The j: resident of the Perks and Play
srouiui- Association of the City of
Sex V?)rk. ??eorge Gordon Rattle, re?
ports ? growing tendency on the part
of property ?owners to M their idle
?round be employed for the benefit of
children v/ho?" only playgrounds hav?
been the crowded fir
??ummer the association ope?
rand f.fty-four playgrounds. This year
they have, counting all boroughs, sev
?nty-one. The number i? swelled by
???ree new one -, in Ihe Bronx, where
there ?-?ere none be'ore. The associa?
tion will try ?next year to induce the
ei'v to make an appropriation for play
?pot?, for th* hitherto neglected chil- j
dren of Th" Bronx.
WANT 20 JOBS HELD OPEN
Civil Service Reformers D?,
mand Tests for State Posts.
Representatives of the Civil Service
Reforfn A?.?ociation will go to Albany I
to-dny to protest to the State Civil
Service Tommission against the ex-1
emption from the rules of civil service
of twenty oo.-.ltron? on the staff of the
Stete Workmen's Compensation Com
Miaalen. In a statement issued yes?
terday the Civil Service Reform As?
sociation said that these should be
filled by competitive examinations.
The posts require eighteen assistant
deputy commissioners, one assistant
counsel and one inspector of risks ?nd I
safety engineer. The association de?
clares that in filling the ten exempt
deputy commi?sionerships the com
mi"?ior has distributed the positions
on a political basis. It is pointed out
that among those v.ho have ?eceived
positions are Thomas Dronnan and '
Patrick Whitney, both active in Tam?
many. The commission asserts that to I
?ret ?he new bureau at statewide work
within the least possible time the new
appointment*? should be made without
the delay attendant on competitive ex?
MXJOR WILLIAM DE W. VILLF.R.
. Plainftetd, '?:. J.. Juni S9 Majo.
William De Wirt Mill r. Ci? il War vet?
eran, died to-day at his home, in F.a-t
It? <t. He ?vas brcvettrd m?jor by
President Lincoln for ?gallant a:id meri?
torious service. As a lieutenant he
served on the staffs of General-? French,
Richardson and Hancock, division com?
manders in the Army of the Potomac.
In action,at Fredeiicksburg in 1863
Lieutenant Miller was wounde?! in the I
arm. The following year, during the ?
engagement at Chancellorsville, a rebel
bullet disabled the same arm. and soon
ait?r another inflicted a serious wound ?
in his abdomen.
At the close of the war Major Miller |
bec.'.me a ship broker, being a member I
I of the firm of Miller k Hougnton, of i
i South st., New York. He aided in the '
fou:.ding of Bethany Chapel, of Brook?
lyn. He came here from Brooklyn in
1879. In this city he served as elder
of 'he Trinity Reformed Church, but
later joined the Crescent Avenue Pre?
byierian Church. He was a member of
the New York Commandery of the
Loyal Legion. He 'eaves a .vife, thr?e
daii'.-iiters and two sors.
Rockville Centre, Long Island. June
29. George W. Smith, for more than
thirty years engaged iu business at
Rockaway Beach, where he was identi?
fied with Wainwright k Smith ?n the
ownership of the largest bathing es?
tablishment at that place, died at his
home early to-day. His wife and two
son*-, George C. Smith, of Manhattan,
and Eugene Smith, of Babylon, were
with him when he died.
Mr. Smith was born in Hempstead, in
old Queens County. He was a Repub?
lican and ran for Sheriff twice against
the late Garret Furman and the late
John J. Mitchell. He went to Rock
away Beach in 1880 and started a
wholesale grocery business. In 1885 he
entered into a partnership with John J.
Wainwright. son of the late William
Wainwright. who was known as the
oioneer of the beach, under the name
or' Wainwright k Smith. They con?
ducted a hotel and restaurant, as well
as the big bathing pavilion. The com?
pany was incorporated in 1910, with
John W. Wainwright as president and
Mr. Smith as treasurer.
GENERAL JOHN P. TAYLOR.
Lewiston, Penn., June "29. General
John P. Taylor, eighty-seven years old,
past commander of the Pennsylvania
Department, G. A. R? and a widely
l.nown Civil War veteran, died at
Reedsville on Saturday nigrht. His
death was caused by heat prostration
1 Buffered while superintending ?\ork at
a lumbei camp.
General Taylor was president of the
State Monument Commission and was
i a prominent rigure at all gatherings of
Last year the veteran, although ap
parently in perfect health, arranged for
his own funeral.
MRS. VNNA I . S. Ml NDHENK.
Mrs. Anna Loui?e Sophie Mundhenk,
Bieter of the late Henry Batterman,
died yesterday j.1 her home, t<53 Fast
23d st., Brooklyn. She was a member
of the First Church of Christ, Scien?
tist. She was born in 1855 on the site
of the present Batterman store. Broad
WO) and Graham av., Brooklyn. She
leaves a husband, Herman Mundhenk.
?nd a brother, William Batterman, of
Southold. Long Island. The funeral
will be held this evening, and a reader
of the Pint Church of ?Christ will
officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood
( KAtLBfl B. i owi i.i:.
PUintield. N. J.. June 29. -Chad I
Fowler, one of the oldest printers la
New Jersey, died in North Plainiield
i this afternoon. Mr. Fowler, who was
; seventy-two years old. at one tint? was
j editor of "The Union" here. He araa
also editor of a church paper ?hete
rome years ago. He ra:i hi? own print -
, ing establishment here for s.veral
years. The authorities are now trying
to find his relatives.
MRS. KVIHARINA NKHLER.
Passaic. K. J-. June 29. Mrs. Katha?
rina Nehler, widow of Justu- Nehlcr
and mother of Mrs. John Dehler, o?
Carlstadt, .led to-day -?t her home, 100
Hackensack st.. Carlstadt. She -va.? in
her seventy-first year. She was born
in the ilae- Foreat, Wurtemberg,
Germany, and had lived in Carlstadt
for more than a half century. The
funeral will be held to-morrow.
It! MILL P. ORCt'TT.
Reeael] Pardee Orcutl, only son of
George N. Oreutt, assistant to the
irient of the Brie Raiirosd Company,
died at Hol Soring*., Ark., o? typhoid
fiver, on Sandey mornin?**, Jena 2.?. at
the age of tv.rnty-ni.tr. Mr. ?>re,-.tt wa?
a civil engineer, and in \W.i was di?
vision engineer of the Rochester di?
vision of the Erie Railroad. Inter?
ment will be at Horr.Hl. N. Y.
DR. GF.ORt.i: -viUWVRRIDG'K.
Philadelphia, June 29. Pr. Georg?
bridge, noted as an 'ye and ear
?peciolist. died last Saturday, aged
I? venty-eight year?, lie iu? formerl?,
professor of otology * the Unlvoralty
of Pennsylvania end . .,ted a??
an ophthalmoloci-t. He astaMI bed
the Pennsylvania Eye an?! E_r Dispen?
sary in IMS.
MRS CHARLES W. B(i\\\(,K
London, June 29. Mrs. Charles Will.
?am Bonynge. of San Krancisro. died
at noon to-day after a long lll.iess at
the residence of her son-in-law, Vis?
count Deerhurst, eldest son of th- Farl
Pol Plancon Slightly Better.
, **_** J*eue 29. Th<* eond.tion o'
o! Plan?o-i. the opere singe,-, vas said
to be slightlv improved to-da
'he present, bowerar. th? phyaicUns
oecltne to express their opinion re?
tarding his ultimate recovery.
WARONER DARRA? H O
1914. at Calvary fhurrh.
by the Rev. Theodore Seng
Millard Darraeh. daughter
Perry Henrv Millard. of St. PtoU
to Henry Steele Wardncr, of Wl
?\rtll?-? nt ninrrla??? ?inl ?t*??'*?
_? an nint>**reel ?v< frtll ll?'T ?ret ?*
Beebe. Alfred L. Miller. Wiliiam
' hurch, William H. Mut.
Cowperthwait. V. Seams' . Egbert "*
Hall, Harvey W. Shepherd. Eth? I
Head, Franklin H. Turnure, Mary S.
BEEBE On June 2G at his re-iidenct
at Mystic. Conr:.. Alfred L. Beel>?i
?on of the late Charles E. and Jan
W. Beebe, in the Wth year o? his kg
Funeral at his residence July I,
o'clock p. m. Port!.- r.d, Ore., pape
CHURCH On Seturday afterno?
June 27. 1814. after a lingering i
ne??, at his late residence, 200 L
ferts Place Brooklyn, William Hj
? hurch, in his I2d >ear. Fun?
services ?t convenience of the f?
iiy. Interment at Greenwood. Spru
field, Mass., papers please copy.
CO \V PERTH WAIT Yictorine. daugl
ter of the late Samuel V. am' Ph?
M. Cowperthwaft, at her late
0?, 287 Quincy st., Br<
HALL At Rye. N*. Y., on Mondav,
29th, 1911, Harvey W. Hall,
64th year, vice-president of th^
Mitchell Co. of Cincinnati. 0*
in charge of their plant in tl]
Mr. Hail was the hu?band of j
Mrs. Nellie Ferry Hall and br
the late ?Mrs. George E.
Fueral service at his late r?
Milton Point, r.ye. N. *?*., o,i 'hj
morning. July 2d. at 11 o'clock.
leaves Grand Central station
Y? N. H. k Hartford R. R.)
a. m. Interment at conven?s
family. Cincinnati, Zane.svil|
Marietta, Ohio, papers please
HEAD Died Sunday, June 28,
plewood. N. H., Franklin
Head, in the 83d year of his al
loved father of Mrs. Merr:l E.|
of Washinirton. D. <'.; Mrs.
W. Breck. of New York, ant
Herbert F. Perkins, of Chit
MILLER On June 29. in his 8<H
William DeWitt, husband of
Waldron Miller, at his late rel
309 East 7th st., PlainlieldJ
MILITARY ORDER OF THE
LEGION. Commandery of thf
of New York. Companion
Major William DeW. Miller
Yolunteers, died June 29. 191]
neral Wednesdav, 11 a. m.. 1?J
7th st.. Plainfield. N. J. Com?
will attend. By order of Pai
Genera! Edwin B. Stewart. 0
'retired i, commander. Brev?
tenant Colonel William I. C?J
F. S. Vois., recorder.
Ml'RGATROYD At rest on
June 2S. 1914. Rev. Edwin R
troyd. Funeral services at tn
byterian Church. New Vernol
on Wednesday, July 1, S o'clo
?"arriages will be in waiting
nstown station on arrival ?.
leaving Hoboken at 1 o'clock!
ment at Kensico Cemetery onj
day at 2 p. m.
SEAMAN On Saturday. June
Egbert B. Seaman, dearly
husband of Marie Parker
, son of the late Jacob an?
Rynus .Seaman and father ofl
B. Seaman, jr., Francis PJ
Oakley and Caroline Louise
Funeral services will be
the Broadway Presbyterian
Broadway and 114th ?t., on
June 30, at 1 o'clock. Intern*]
SHEPHERD Suddenly, a? Mas|
Island, on Saturda*., June
Ethel Dnna Shepherd, in the 5|
of her age. Funeral from
residence at Mastic on Tue.d|
30. at 2 p. m.
Tl'RNTRE At (res:mount. Ri!
on-Hudson. June 29. Mary
daughter of the late Davit
Mary E. Turnure. Service?
?hurch. Kiverdale. Wednesds
ing at 10:30 o'clock. Inte
BLAKE. Ch.rietoge.er, :- I
June 27, aged 51. Funeral
2 p. m.
HARMCTH. Gertrude. 304 r
st., June 28, aged 11. Fu?
day. I p. m.
KANE. John B., Jun.
to-day. 2 p. ni., ?rom 1'KJ
MANZ, Chriatiaa, KM Reel
NEWTON. Ann? Morgan
West 85th st.. June 28. age^
?ayer, Catherine, 339 East
June 27, aged 6 ?
I p. m.
STONE. Albert, ; I
?ajed 10. Funeral t?
THOMPSON, Silas La fl
West ISM i to\
DA ETON. ?
June 29. Funeral to-morr<
MUKDHENK, A.m. :
2'Jd st., June 29. mi?.! .*?*?.
to-day, S p. ? i.
MYERS? m 0B, Ag ? |
ough st.. June
neral to-day, 8 p. m.
MYNOTTE, William Tliomai
funeral to-morro-.. I p. m.
PHILLIPS. Thoma?. Fergi. J
REI8, Joseph. ?ISM t'nioi. [
WIN lT,'K. Adelig Jelie, IH Ta
BRADLEY. Eli .*.:? Willia?*. IG
to-ds>. i p.
BURNETT, i:.l?vAi.i. Woodhavei
2?. Funeral to-day. I p. ir
lUN, Margaret W? Ji
June 27. Funeral to-day, 11
DOYLE. Matthew I., Richmon?
BRACK, Mrs. M*x. Rockaway
NEW JE It
AVELLA, Marie, Xew Durham.1
CORDFaS. John IL. Jeriey City, Jad
.8, aged l.
GRANGER. John C. Jersey ? i<:
June 0, aged 49. .
IHNl * -I . l'::?s#c. Fu?e t
?ged 19. Funeral to-d?f. ? n. a?.
: DERMOTT. Cecilia, Orwnge, Jun
fanerai toda?,, 9 a. m.
MODERELLI, Lucia, West Nooj
June 2*. ?ged 3. Funeral
row 11 a. in.
MOORE. Robert !.. Hoboken,
- Funeral to-day, ?:%?
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