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'' 1 of llnir for Women
I.nily (ioi'don Cliiilo
XO TIIOl lJIIT OF KI.KITIOX
lii'orirp Could. D.'iiiicl (i. U'Ul
iind Ih'iirv V. Simile
I I.MViiiitig er.fjii! at the gangplank of '
the Ninth (iwtuaii l.loyd liner Ktuii-
Miii?if.iu Cecilii, mil iced the. extreme.
ini7.f.iii Cecilii, noticed the iMir.Miw, i
.,f .u.Iit.,,.. ...., i... !
..tlli.-r-. . . .... . - .rr. .., ., j, , .
the women w Imileereiideil to the dock.
They wore llnir hair in tight loops,
a'lowlnc cither only the tiniest bit of the
ear to snow or none ut all. On hunting !
up l.aily DufT-doriloii among those tinder 1
the placard on the pier the reason !
was learned '
"ou must now dress
en id the har
binger of fashion, "us though yon were
a mr woman. Von mustn't nhow that
mi re tic'i lint you must wear a pearl
iieekUoe Mho 'tomboy' style (a all In
mpii' ou van tny that simplicity la
tin' note in prcsciil fashions. 'Iho hair
l worn just as light to the head as it is
oi.ihle to dress it False hair is quite
pon out 'I he object la to make the.
liend look as small us possible.
I. aily lhiff-(iordon hold that she has
been keepiiif; yottni; by gettlUK down on
her knees mid playing wltMier t wo Krund
children in Scotland.
"To keep young yon nmtt think youth
nml never think of old ago or of getting
old Nowadays you're iu young as you
Lady DufT-fiordon xaid that In Paris
i-he ?aw a gown that was t.pllt up In front
-' a to frhow the knecM and also In back
to show the contour of the knees.
It was generally admitted among the
rnengerH that the best dressed woman
a'loard, according to the Ouff-Oordon
idea, was Elsie I)u Wolfe.
deorge J. (loiild t'etiiriimi on the Kron-oriii.e-sm
Cecilio after two months
a! 1 1 oad lie said that in Kilropo Itoono
"lt isn't oonidered n dungeroiis candi
date. Europeans aren't bothering imicli
about the political aituatlon." aahl Mr.
lioiild "lu my own opinion it isn't
much of u factor in business or market
conditions. The people don't liko tho
idea of u third term. Olio term is enough,
I wo teims lead to a third term and three,
e'lns to a dictatoiship. My opinion Is
t'uit it won't make any difference whether
Mr T.ift or Mr. Wilson bo elected.
"Since I have been away conditions
'tie improved Very much. If the lnter-
,its I'omineice Commission will now let
he lallronds lnako aome money things
will looli very well indinl."
I'auiel (1 lieid, chairman of the board
' theliovk Island, was another pasaenger
t i the Kionprin'fsp.iu t'Hcilie, lie bald
hat the moht impressive thing he noticed
l ! abroad wc the way Americans
uie ;etling on in t utile over there.
"! notice." he said, "that the Washington
eports are showing large increases in
xjioils 'I he extent of our trade et-
n-ion is attracting more notice abroad
an it Is here. In the next fewyeara our
.port fadu is going to rise by Jumps.
'i,givi.slve and increased enteipriso in
smattslii.) is noticeable in i:uroe,
n.Tictin agencies and representntives
rapidly increasing, the men ore bettor
anted io meet selling conditions, and
ie.' ore getting better bucking from
Vlr lieid affirmed that ho is the head
i 'he h'-iHiicate formed io orguiiize a
n -w f.vi ikm.ooii tobacco corporation.
)ltnr Savage returned and said
' f.very woman" is making u tre
nious i. iccc.-s of it in IxMidori. und
al-o i-avs that il is very lemarkahle
"hi nierican plavs Micceed at all in
i i. eland
oi in thirty years." said Mr Savage,
a-, i heie been such a spirit inllueiicing
winingi of the majority of English
,..!. i;i i men. They appe'nr to resent
m"".ni siiccisvi and are always li ving
' heli ile American products. They
are tiVi.ig hard to have a prohibitive
urifl ptdied on Aineiican automobiles."
.iv.igij showed u cli)i)ing from the
M.inehes'er Uua'dian which said of
J vet y woman".
I he. pl iy is written by nn Englishman,
i .' an I neltslim.in in Amend und for
iui iirau public, and it turn nil of that
leiirieu. il worship of the husk, Home.
' . ii s'te bm neatlv always vulgar,
- -i 'n''s l.tionin;? and again irunspar-
iit- i :r.t... wliieh is such a battling
. i,d ..f en touching pirt of iho Ainnrican
' M. i a '
"I" in I'nrtiss, who letunied on the
I i"i. niie.'iln. paid Hint the (lying boat
i i'e "if.-iton ol the hydro-aeroplane
i mi i' I'm. erossinc Ihe'ocean by aeio
i' 'S bourul to cotne anil they'ie only
' 'ii'ig in 1 1 1 hotiiel'K)v coni"'t forwaid
k I it: enough reward or prro to make
I una (biulon Keniieti also leltimed
' ' " (b'rni.iii exptess sieiinier lie had
ii .eiei-naiy meet the stc.vner on n tug
' tjii.i1. innne to iiitend n kt (io(; Mi
' iiiei s in) he'll bo here until November
1'iei niTivals weie Loun " (iimhel.
lie Mniin 1-VhscIi. the sulphur l.ing. C A.
' " iii, Arthur (' Trnui. Mr. and Mrs
' i " (ititli.i'as.r.zi. .Johamni (latlski,
j ' i'i (iould, Cieorge .1. (!ol(, Jr ,
ln'ild, tiloria (lould. Mrs. II. S
I Mi nml Mrs. Anthony .1. LVee,
'I'm from tho chriMening of the
1 'i-niy, .Mrs. .1. Ilaiton licncii,
. :" -smaii Ititliurd Uaitlioldt mid
01 1. lis Who Are Trylim I lie
t oiiiiir) llonds tty Into.
1 - ' ln. s. Oct 1. Motor nriivHls at
lii.f 1 s.inwall 1 1 ium New V01 1,- Mr.
' 1 ' I II Harden. )h- llaid.m (Puck
v, und Mis. II I'.dier, Mr. nml
I i Wadlelgh 'I'm l.uidi. Mr. and
I I lit. ols rp, nei i. and Mrs.
lit...'. 11 'si. mi in- Mi and Mrs (I. M
Mi mill Mis 1 II
I'oi'.well 11' iitll-
Mi and Mis ( .l ( iiitlli (Popo.
' 'i. M- and Mis Siiartow istoons
1 U ShiMlen iM.iv'ielb
v " 11 bde atrivals rncu Sew ork
' I 01 - II I liatiiel .Soles and
.'.e iroui, ,li and Alls. ,1 ,
'in I'm l.anli,
'1 1 at 11 . ronn , Oi t 1 New Vorkels
' 1 Hi mi ilille aililals III I lie lllllel
' Mi and Mrs. .M. Hull, n l urniii',' ffiiin
' 1 ' t" iiillllm 1. Mi.s I Ha I'u.'i, ti-s
m I 1. 11 . Mr mi l Mi - 1.1 lint I' I ul,e,
I ' 'i I ei.e 1 I'ii 1 . ... A 1 1 11 w ' . I Hi'iiinon
O'l I 11 I'.i k. 01. bb'nl 'I o ii' iS i. T 1 .
1 1 Mt l. W I' ... Mi , i,, Mr .1 s
mi Ide il I 'mi iChllllllelsi Miss .Sella
..ei . on b'.-al I out 1 Iterliut
lb I 1 11 uiiiis, II , Hi 1 1 iiomn.
'e ut'-" ,iU at llrmton Woods Mr and Mrs.
' l'.l..i' IStl'l I'llil-l) ii-ii.n Mr nml Mr..
i' iinggs M llauirott, Mrs, L. II
v, I .1 Irwiu. Mi nad Mis L. H
tmhardi It .1 Hehcins (Siearnsi,
I 'I 1 irtliiilohskeri ( A, Paul iHtev.
r-eni 11 A Howe llhalmers),
11 ' iLocoinolillei A. .1. fiead (Overp
1 iiiinooriain lAnipiei), c, II
U.0YD A. KIMBALL DEAD.
Ile W'n Commissioner for rr Smith
W'nlrl In Two Kaposi! loll.
Lloyd Alimo Kimball, for tlilrly-four
ears inuiiager fur 1 1m Slmotids Miinuruc-
'tt invf Company, 411 Murray street, died
M'sterilay morning ul his liome, 440 Wush
IiiiiIijii h venue, llruuklyu llu hud been
ill aim.' lust May
Mr Kimball nut born nl llainlolfili, Vt ,
on February II, is.Vj. the sou of Hiram and
Itrriislui lllnnll-lii Kimball. If received
Ids education In the country schools of Ids
native Stale lf. secured h position with
the Simonds i iiniimny, manufacturers nf
",'iwa. In is:;, mul hi. billowing year be-t-ntut
iiiuniiger of the New York hrunrli,
Mr. K I in bull travelled ettrtislvely. In
Iss".-!) lie was Ihe New South Wales com
missioner lu I ho Melbourne Exposition
mul In ISO.! he was the Now South Wales
commissioner In the World's Columbian
Mioslllon at ( hit-ago,
lie was secretary mid director of the
' Alinoml Manufacturing Company
aUli belonged to the I'nlon League Club of
""d beloniri'd to the I'nlon League
Ilrooklyn. Iho Hardware Clubof New Vork
(, .. ,, ,, ' ... "
...... iiMHIIKHin l IMU) Uir E1UIID VI lITt AIIICI
lean Devolution, the National L'nlon and
Northwestern Travelling Men's Associa
tion, lie wax an associate member of the
I S. Grant Post, i?7. Ilrooklyn.
Mr Kimball la aurvlvod by hh wife
'Marlon 1!. Qulnn). whom lie married at
"andolph, Vt., on Novomber 18. 1879.
GEN. ROBERT AVERY.
'lll Wur Vrtrran aiid l.an-yer Wm
Stricken on l-Vrrjboat.
ien Hobeit Avery, civil war veteran and
lawyer, was stilrken with heart trouble on
a ferryboat on his Way back to Manhattan
from Ulai'kweU'a Island, where he had been
on a business trip, jeslerday afternoon,
lie died aouii after reafhliiK the Iteceptloii
(ii. Aveiv was horn at Tunkhannock,
I 'a , September '.".', If. in, the son of Abel
.Marcy Avery and Kuphciiila 1'ell, After
leaving the Wyoming Seminary he Btudled
law, hut with the open llu: of the rlvll war
went to the front as Captain In the 1u:d
New rk Infantry.
He became l.teuteiiant-t.'olonel on Janu
ary 1, 158.1, and was brevettod Lieutenant
Coloiit'l of Volunteers on March 13, 1663 ."for
gallunt and ineiltorlous services" at Chan
cellorsillle, wheie he commanded tl.erlcht
w ing of the Second army corps and where
he was shot tliroiiKli the neck, the bullet
tearlug uwuy his teeth and a part of his
Jaw . Ile was brevetted Colonel and Ilriga-dler-Oeneral
for his services at Lookout
Mountain, wheie hn Inst his right leg, and
brevetted Major-General of Volunteers.
After the war be was sent to ltal"li(h,
N. (.' , os Judge advocate to mslit In the
work of reconstruction. Ile was admitted
to the bar In 1ST. Ills office of recent years
has been at VH Court ttTeet, Brooklyn
llu was president of the Union and Invest
ment Company, the Niagara Tin Smelting
Coiupaur, the Argenteau Kennels, anil
vice-president of the llurllngton and South
east etn liailway Company and of the
Delia i'ealty Company.
Ile was a member of the b'nlon League
Club of New Vork and of the (J, A. It and
the Milltaiy Order of the Loyal Legion,
and was presid'-nl of the Old Hoard of the
Twelfth lie gliuetil Ile was active In the
work or the Ethical Culture Society of
Hen Avery married Virginia C. Illslev
of .New lork on Ju!v 4, 1S7 Ile l sur
vived by his wife and three sons, Iluiio,
Theodore. M and Walter, and one daughter,
Mrs Greta Cuaavnnt
POPE'S PHYSICIAN DEAD.
Petnrel llrrelvra rontlfl'a Uleaa-
Ina lief ore I'aaalna" Away.
Hour. Oct 1 Dr Petaccl, one of the
I'ope's noted physicians, died to-day. In
leient veurs l)r I'etarcl has been In ai-
temlance on the Tope diirltiK Ills llollness's
.lust before ih physician passed away
the Tope eeut his blessing to him The
Poll lift remarked that hu owed hit life lo
Ilr Petaccl maiiv tunes over
William (' Krrnan.
WATKtlHl'KV. Conn. Oct t William O
Kf'nin is dead here t th a(e of tt Pol
nearly lis.f h century htf name tist teen
Ideniine.t wllli Roman t.'sthollc temieranc
sork and Irlnh uatlnnsl iiietlon
Tlmae Who Sell To-ilny for DoilUnil
nml the Cnntlnenl.
Sailing lo-da for Hutope by the ('11
nutder Maiiretanla are
Mr and Mrs J l- Aitrcu 1 uira, u. r
The Hon and Mrs.
Dr. rreilerlek N lllshop
Itoberl i: Hooerani
II. U'oudaiou Bur
bllltfe Ui. and Ur. A. le
Mr. ami Mn Melville
A. 11. Smith
Mhs Setoa Carr
Ailhiir II, Uailrs
Mr (ieorne and taidy
lird c laude llamlltnn
Princes bmetita llus-
Notra of the .ocll AVorM.
Mr. and Mr Irwin ll I.auichlln. lin
sslled u-da on the Maureiuulu. v 111
to London, whern Mr l.aiidillti haa been
aipotnteil Flmi Hecreiarv of the American
Kmbiiiy. Mrs l.suahlln was Ml" Therse
Infill,. . daughter of Adrian laelln
MrCr-ady SyUes or this rlty will tnarry
Mls Ueatrles K.ians to-day In St. MarU'a
Church, ilensxa. 1U
Mln Msry Klln.Hieiti hteffeei duhter of
Amos ."leffee, will be married lo Krederlo
Cos Siulili lo-dsy at the country home of
her fn'her. In llldtewuod. .N. J.
Mra Siuurt liuncin, who will arrive lids
weil: from Rnttsmh W no si once to
S-eniimi. uhrre he v ill reuuln until lh
end of the month
The Itei Ilr. and lr Maltland Alex
aiidT t I'litubiirg are litre for a ahort
ilvti .111.1 will he at Ilm ciolham
Mrs S Hi ItJN'in French arrived rter
dav fiom Paris on ine Kronprliiteasln v-
ille SI11 will stay ai the ltltz-i 'a rlton fur
se.ersl dais hrfeie L'"biK In Die Vlralnbt
Mr and Mrs lira d Is 1. Johnson and Miss
M irte (l .bihti.'in. who airlied recently fiom
Guriipe, are ut the HoMiiim before aolHK to
th.tr loiintr) plate, Woodland, In East
llli. I. I
Mrs Miles II I'.irpenier and Mies Atnea
Cariill.-l who lisle lieeu paMitit; the
suniinfr nt lUr Hnih'.e. Me. are Ht Ills
Itrtg.l.'arltiin hefnre oiitnfiiK thflr hoitsn at
14 I'.uH l'l(i eeveni h street William S.
l'.ltihawe la II' t Mlts ,tethe Cari'llltwa are
n!ii .11 the Itll -f"r lltm
Mr unit Mis lli-iuy Vouni; hae rt-
I tin ne.l fiuin tlii'li siiiiiiih r plaie llruah-
wooil, III lieriisrns. ine. hiiii Hie ill uie
Mr und Mis Itellilaii
lulnl li'till'linl vesierilav
Ki-ssln I'll Illi. The)' 1. III
fin a". 1 ral iluvs I" fine
l''r.icli of I'teve-
ill 1 Ii e Iwnnpiln-
n. 1 lit Ihe I'hl7.:i
KU'tllK to I'ltle-
,a it t
l) hers a' thi- I'lwa ale Mi and
Mrs Waller I'l elpa !llf. Ml ami Mra
Walmi bnlihi. Mr und Mis Ileum" All Ills
and ,MI"s liiiiuilii Arents
Mi Hiel Wrr Ib-iirv KliKe I'orlir snd
Ml'. A n 11 1. M ll'i'iliiin imu'irid i.'M'l
it.' t 11,1 So. Ii I '11 il nil t it l),e lililhalu tor
1 1.1 11 r vlt Mr und Mia. FreitTii k A
1 1. I j i.i. ine! ,l int. I'ulh'-ilne llidano of t.'hl
t.ie ..'to, ate ut the Iluiham
In New Vork To-drtj.
I'.alny ty f'luh, (tra! anclol inee lna of
eeamn, Hotel Aator. 1 l M
Pathological horlety of New York, Middle.
Ion Ooldsmlth lecture, Dr. E. K Itashford
National J'alnl, Oil and Varnlan Aaeocla
Hon. convention, Waldoif-AitorU.
Ulddl Atlantlo States Coaat, convention,
mm. n i i mmmmm i
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BREAD AND BUTTER, 10 CENTS.
Hotels Try Nrrr Scheme l Meet
ereaaeil Hatchers' Hills.
"Whtit's that extra ten cents for'.'"
diners were asking In the leading hotels
yesterday" when the check came with
ten cents extra charge tucked awav In I
i ui m i
,. ., - , , , . ,,
Hints for the bread and butter,
repiien uie waiters, liien n was leatiieii
that beginning yesterday the hotel'
lirnnrtuliiru tiu.l ,ll,lu,l tliut I ha ilm'. '
of free Trench bread und sweet or
salted butter nre over.
The members of the Hotel Associa
tion of .New York Imve been trying for
months to think up some wax to get
even with the butchers, who have
boosted the price of meats iiu per cent
in a good manv hotels yesterday they
also put Into effect 11 rule that a single
portion must not bo divided between
The hotel men say they are charging
now what miests have to pa for in
every hotel in Kurope und also In Hus
ton. AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
I ol, nml Mrs. Itoberl VI, Thompson
Arrive. UrliiKlnaT Horses,
Hoi .si'iuscs. Va . Oit 1 ( ol and Mrs
Itobert M. lhompsoii. who tienernllv spend
ihe season here, urriird from New York
this morning and went to their suite at the
Homestead Hotel The Colonel had seven
saddle horsvs sent up by express yesterdai
from his Wnsliinetoii place mid In addition
he engaged some more at the local Ihery
He explained that those he brought were
all hunters und that Mrs. Thompson and
her friends will wish to do a good deal of
Mr. and Mrs Stuyvesant Fish are living
here very unlet ly, takiiia the baths 'litis
afternoon timy spent driving, as did Mr
and Mrs Spencer Tumor, who are here on
their honevinooii The latter went over to
Eiissifern Farm for Itinrli
Mrs .Jnslah Copley 'I haw entertained at
a bridge tea at the clubhouse Her guests
Included Mrs l-rederlck Edey, Mrs Oenrge
I. Caniecle and Judge Peter T Harlow or
Miss Alice Scarborough of ( Inclnnatl was
hostess at uti afternoon tei on the tenuis
lawn Shu cave it fur Mrs AleiHiider
HroKii, Mrs Willis .lames, Mrs We. Worths
Inctnn and Mrs Georire E'.utlro
Mrs Archibald McCreu left . Barton
I.odve last uf kIiI for her home ul Peters
burg, a . where she will rest for a few
weeks before uoing lo New Vork for the
winter, which she will spend wfih Mrs,
Mi l reu in their ucnrl ineiit at the Plura
Mrs l iederlcli Stern returned last nlhl
In New ork Willi the Misses Prudence and
Virginia Sierry. who have been ut the
Pillars, the famllv villa here
Mrs Eugene Van Schulck and Mrs W I
C'luggett, who are spending Ihe season In
one 01 lite iinniesii'atl 1 ullages, weie
hostesses ul luncheon to-dav Mr and Mrs
.1. C King of New Vork enterlaltied at a
dinner to-night at the hotel
Col. and Mrs Willis Seaver Paine of
Tuxedo have arrived for October and after
returning north for the euily winter will
go lo Palm fteaeh
Arrhing to-day were William F ('hap
pen, Mr and Mrs. Charles Uuriihuin Suuties,
Mr und Mrs lledell II Hartied, Evauder It
Si hley, Edmund P. llogets, Mrs. F I.
Montague, Mrs. ( harle E W'jlmot, Mis
William II Shoemai Uer. Itubett II Allen,
Mts. W E. Kimball, Mr and .Mrs A H
Ally and Mrs Churles M Aba're of New
Vork. Mrs Henry Whuilon und Mr and
Mrs I 1 a 11k Sam me! of Philadelphia, the
Misses 1'iilten of Wiistilngloii, and Mrs
I, M Werner nf llrook lyn
TO SETTLE ESTATE OF DUCHESS.
I'ari'iilnra nf Dnltriurr of Nth Duke
if Mnncliesler talc Ai'coiiiilir,
n application by the execiitiira of the
estale of ( onsuelo, Dowager Duchess of
Miincheslet, for the sottlctneut of their
at counts came up in the Surrogate's office
yesterday when surrogate row ler appointed
KgertnnV Wlnthrop. Jr.. special guardian
for the Infant children of the liuke 'of Man
chester and A. Perry Oeborn giiarufan for
other helra at law who are under age.
Mr. Oaborn recently acted as special guar
dian for Mr. Join Jacob Ajtor'in tot pro
bata of Col. Aator'B will nd Mr, tATntoMp
was guai-dUn for Mra. Astor'i Infant ion.
John Jncob Aator.
Wanted: The Right to Wirk.
P. R. R. DEFIES OPERATORS. GATTI-CASAZZA RETURNS,
Manager Itemlnds Telrgrniilirrs
PUII.ADEI.1HIA. Oct. 1 The Pelllls.vl
vauia Itailroad Cotnnutiv delles the teleK-1
.taphers. who have been threatening '
strike. 1 a letter by S. C Isong general
inanuger. me juen ure ioiu iui u uiey i
Intend to strike to do so ut once. '1 lit-y ,
us0 fo informed that all Hie towers and
transportation lines of the Pennsylvania
Hallroud are equipped with telephone
ad well a telegraph w ires "And we have
men to man tliein, Mr. Long continues.
"Men who are able and willing to go to
(ieiici.il Manager Long issued bis ulti
matum In response to a letter from Judge
Martin A. Kliapp of the Commerce Court
and Charles J' Neill, Commissioner ol
I.nl.r. the mediators, to Whom H. P. I
Perliam, president of the. Order of Kail-1
road Telegraphers, had written In Per-'
ham's letter lie claims to represent L'.tlot)
of 3.1(10 I'enneylvania telegraphers. Ho
declared tho operators willstriko unless
the railroad ottlclaU
receive the committee
of telegraphers as representing the union.
General Manager Long says this Is u
controversy between rival orgaJiizatiotis
01 tne icieKrapueis am , ieo a, r. wm.
the committee that seeks to treat for the
, men is not truly representative of them.
BASEBALL FOR NAVY MEN.
I'xhlbllloii (itsine llrttvren lilnnts
nuil llltthlnuilrra Armoured.
Sailors from the visltln; battleship
fleet will see a basebull gume here neit
Monday which .lolui Wlinleii, clinirmau
of the entertainment committee, lias ar
ranged between the (.Ialits anil lllK" -
landers ut tho Polo llrounds. .Mr Ytliulen
is treasurer of the New York National
League team nml thinks, that the. gatue'
will Iw, kcarcelv leas interestitii: than tliu
.7 ... . . r
lira. Kama u, i.io ... .......
besf pitchers of both teams will take turns
in the box.
Mayor (Jaynor aud ills enlire reception
cotntnittee of over Htm will attend the
game, along with Hie principal ofllcera
of tht fleet in full uniform The. army
offlcerH Btatloned at liovernors Island
und tho naval officers ut the Hrooklyu
navv yard, together with many thou
ennilH of sailors from tho ships of U10
fleet, will also bo present A thousand
tickets aro to be distributed among tho
Aldermen All the city olHciale und heads
of depart .acuta aro to ba present.
CABARETS NOT ILLEGAL.
luilsre Dlsiiilasea Oharara auluat
Heataurant Mumlny TtlornliiK Shorra.
Muglstrut e Krotol tn the West Side polloo
. " ' .1 il,.,,,,! ,, ., 1.' -..u
couri. yonieiuuj' uu.u. i... -" e.'
1 against Sluinley's und Churchill's res
taiirants that cabaret shows uau lieeu
conducted illegally lu these restaurants
tin Sunday mornings.
The only case lieurd was thut against
.lames Churchill. Tho only witness, Do
tectlvo David Ourdenof the Central Ollloe.
squad, udniltted that no admission fee
had been charged when he wus there
Hniulsv morning from 1'.' 40 until 1
Ah, no pecuniary profit accrued to the
reutaurunt uireciiy irom 1110 eiiieriaiu
ment It wuu held that the section of the
Charter regarding theatrical performances
had not been violated.
BUFFALO HOST TO DELEGATES.
Corel am Chainher uf Ciiiiiineree Men
flee City liiatltnlliina.
Itt'rKAl.o. 0c. I 'I he Chamber of Com-'
merce of lluffulo was host to-day of tint
eiea to the Congress or t hiitubers of
Commerce which met in Huston last, week
undlsnowniaklngaloiirof elovi'ii Atiieric.in
cltle., 'Iho foreign delegates, number,,.-:
tr.0 and travelling In three special trains of
eleven coaches each, arrived In llurfalo at
nquet at tha laifayetie Hotel to the
ates. Tha ytaitora win leave to-mor
row morning in tneir special trains for Mag-
Country Club teams was also witnessed. A
dinner was given this evening to the women
of the party at tha Twentieth Century Club,
nlinwesl hr a theatre Daily, and thsra was
'The lluuTiieniits" With Caroao, Item
pel nntl llesllnn lo Open KrMion,
iiiidto iiUlii-tusiwu, general manager
of the Metropolitan Opera Hou-e. re-
turned )e-terdiiy fiom Europenn the North
..7.-.- IHuie, M
....... - i.
iiri... ii iiM-.iiiKiiriit'in, Mr .niu,
th ,,tite. a-r In- not lieeii Helect-d
will be glveniu Italian. Wtlttenhy adermaii
in Kreni h b reullv has been sung oftener
in 1'iHiiti 1 ban in uuy oilier language
(uiii-o. Ilempel and Destltin, who will
lake par' in II, l.uutv It lu Italian, aud it Is
belter to have a good performance In that
liingiioU'e tiiau a mediocre pi esentatlou In
I evpeii thai hefoie the new year we
will also give ' The Tales of Hotlmann' and
I he Magic Kline' for which new and, I
think, beautiful settings have been pro-
wiled, mid hurts GoduiinofT', by Molls
orgkr. p enerv lor which wus es-
pciailv panned lu Ibis-la for the Paris
opera In I he Tales of Hoffmann' theie
, will be three bm tones und three sopranos
intend of one of each hs heretofoie given
;ere So tar i' has been decided that Caruso
, um ynnia mpel. the new soprano, will
,)H ,( (llp f..)k .
, Mr ,iaMl., .lfca7H said that lite new
)mrocli-Heiidersi.n opera -Cyruno" will
probablv be produced In February 'Ihe
dlttlculiv tn producing the opera, he en
Plained, lav maiiilv In securing the proper
ui tins ami omed)
He uus sure that the qttalitv of Ihe music
was dull us to iruarautee a most favorable
reception lot the new American opera
fler conferring with Mr Daiuroscb II
will be determined whether or not Mme,
Aids will slug Hnronr.
While In Europe he said he saw a per
formance of "Her Feme KlallK." by
Shrecker. 11 new Vlennesu enmpofcer Ile
!said that the opera wus rather modern In
' character mid after the style or Hlchard
Struiiss, und he doubted It it would make an
appeal lo the public
'l"rgio Polacco, the
new 1 ondtictor w ho
i u " conduced
The Girl of the Golden
, fof ff
Savage, will conduct
(he opening performance of "The lltigue-
nols " Mr Toscanltil, who has been con
ducting opera all summer in lliienos Ayres,
will arrive the first week In December.
GOOD RUGS GO CHEAPLY.
Grlasb, lerlrt and Crocker Treat
ores HrliikT I.I 1 1 1 e.
Pint. vpF.t.rn ' t, Oct I Old rus and
tapestries to the number of over 500 from
the collections of Enillie (lrlgsby, Charles
1'. Vcrkes and George Crocker were placed
on sale to-day In the auction rooms of the
Philadelphia Art Galleries, Fifteenth and
A tine Iran palace carpel valued at !0
sold for t'.'lO und a Khorassan palace rug
valued at tl.ooo went for ll'.'O, Two Chinese
f Mulgara palace rues said lo be about 800
i years old ai ere sold ror ItuJ and "U,
In exnulhilH sill; nalace rug was aold for
SI411 and an antique Kandahar palace carpet
was sold tor tsu.'l A Meleprayer rug was
Knocked How 11 tor !.'. . , .
The gem or the uflerlng, which was uot
renebeif tn.ibiv Is from tne VerkSS collec
lion It Is 11 11 i 111 tier! ill Kerinansbah palace
carpet i'.'.s ny s ieet in size. 01 panel ue-
.li-ii benrlML. the tiiesHSfl'S "1 hone VOU will
enloy Ibis rug as you enloy the buds of the
springtime .inv vour lamiiy anu rei nn
hm 11 children elilov il. Milarill."
Is valued at IT.'itsi,
CLAIMS ESTATE AS WIDOW.
Wnninu Left llushnntl '2it Vrara Agfo
to I, Ire With A milker.
I'nii.Alu I pun, (lot I Mrs John .1
Stiintuii. widow of a toiuier Philadelphia
liulici'iiiiiii with whom slut did not live
since I6M), to-day iipH'ured in the Orphans
i ourt as a la I mn lit of the b,ooo estate
i..ri bv blm. With her were three voting
i men rungiii In age ironi ID to .0 yeais,
' nil of whom witnesses Identified us the sous
of Mis Slnnton hut no of Stanton
,,,5' nm't mon'ghH. !',
pyV,?,'? IZ 'went to reafJe with
Harry doner and she hIIII lives with him
ut u?i Auburn street.
On the stitiid Mrs. Stauton declared that
she Is tho widow ot the policeman and la
entitled to his estate, he having died In
testate, Her contention and tho contan
tlon or her attorneys la that there it no auok
thing at a common law manias and wnt
fore tha woman aim ta in wiaow o
mnn law wifa I
hlasmv. which oiima If DrovM
outlawed by tht) utnU ot (Unli
Matmltmltr aba Ua-allfer af
Thov, V. Y , Oct. t - At Wortleld Manor,
tliu resilience of Mn. lleotge U. Cluett, tho
matrlhKe of her youngest daughter, Miss
Heatrlce Cluett, to Itoberl Clinoitl black
of New York was solemnised at noon lo-dac
The wedding was a quiet one, the guests
Including only .members or Hie families
of the bride and bridegroom with lelaliies
and u few friends, The house was heavily
decorated with Mowers and an otcliestru
of atrluged Imlliimeiita plated hefoie the
The ofllelatlng cleritvman. the I'.ev.
Henry K, Krecmaii, with the bridegroom j
and his beat man, VWlherhee lllack, hl
brother, awaited the bride at the altar.
'I he matron of honor, Mrs William T I 'Ion,
Jr., Ot Chicago, entered alone, wearing a
gown of white lace with touches of tiiauie
She wore a large picture hat of mauve am!
orchid of the aauie color formed her bou
quet. The bride, who wall.ed with her brother,
Walter II. Cluett, was vowned In white latin
embroidered lu sliver A court train hung
from the shonldeis,
A mile veil was wornirdt NO am heir of Viscount Ksher ol
and the bridal bouuurt was of white orchids
and lilies of the valley.
The bride was given lu marriage by her
mother, Mrs. Oeorge 11 Cluett, who with
Mrs. I'.obert U. lllack of Pelhaiu Manor,
mother of Hie bridegroom, held an Informal
leoeptlon after the ceremony.
During the reception Mr. and Mn. Black
started upon tbelr wedding Journey. They
will be at home after Novembei is at their
residence at Pelbam Manor
N'kw Havc.v, Oct, I -Miss Elizabeth
Blackford Lloyd, daughter of Bishop Arthur
Selden l.loyd of New Vork, and Charles
.Lilian Symington of New Vork weie mar
ried this noon at the Congregational Church
In Madison, Conn.
The ceremony was performed by Illahop
Lloyd assisted by Ur W II II. Powers of
Baltimore, an uncle of the bridegroom
The Lloyds have been spending the suui-
I ...A- In Ma.tl.,. I.....I,... U.. ..I Ml.l.ll
The ceremony was witnessed by a targe
number of guesU fiom nut of lon Miss
Cay Lloyd, a alster or Ilia bride, was the
maid of honor aud the bridesmaids were
the Misses Sarah Hamilton of Petersburg,
l'. , L' I ! - - U . . V. Ifnl 1 1. . v. ..I !.... t,........- '
i . jiiony aiarun oi ew ium, naiueiiim i
IMiers of Norfolk. CJatre C.oode of Haiti-
. ,nr rl H.lisea I.I..V.1 mintliee sister
..r n.a t.rta. i
I'k. I. a I m.n . o. line. I.I Hemlti ilnti
of Baltimore and the ushers were Paul ,
Oegner of New Vork. C, Wiley (Jnindy.
Charles Mcintosh and Harold Wtenn of
Norfolk. Va.: Charles narnett Ooodspeed
and Pleasonton I.. Couuueat, .lr, of Kich- I
Mias l.loyd was given In luairlage by her .
brother, -lohn l.loyd.
Goodwin lint Is,
ll.ir.rFOM, Conn , Oct
Miss Doroihv 1
Wendell Dcvls. daughter or Mr and Mrs
Frederick Wendell Oaviiof 71 Vernon stleel,
was married to-dav to dames l.lpplucotl
Goodwin, son ot .tames .1 Ouodwln of
Hartford and New Vork and a cousin of
I Plerpout Morgan
The ceretuotiv was performed lu the old
Cenlie Congregational Church by 'he
bridegroom's uncle, the hev. Francis Good
win, aalted by the paator, the Hev. Hock
well Harmon Potter The brUe was given
awav by her father, aud her maid of honor
was Miss Marjorle Hone of Hartford.
Philip Llpplncott Goodwin, a brother, was
hest man, and the bridesmaids were Miss
Helen C Cross, Miss l.ucv McCooU, Mls
Sarah Unohatn, Miss Elinor Collins and
Mihs Dorothy Clark of Hartford aud Miss
Sarah l.lpplncoll of Philadelphia. Among
the ushers was Kdwaid L. Taylor of New
Mr Goodwin was gtadiiated fiom Vale
Hi lists. Is connected with the Connecticut
State Forestry fJt'partmeut and is a flrst
cousin of Charles A Goodwin, who was
Krpubllcsn candidate for Governor lu iuiu
l'KOTIPt.M E, H 1 , Oct I
-A naval wed-
dlug was celebrated at the Ihurch of the
Transfiguration at K.dgewood, a suburb of
thl city, at 4 o'clock this afternoon En
sign Ralph Carle Sampson, son of the late
Admiral William ' Sampson, and Miss
Nydla Adonnell Wilcox, daughter of Mr
aud Mrs I. Morton Wilcox, were the bride
groom and bride. There was a large gath
ering. Including Admiral French E Chad
wlcii, retired, who came from Newport
with Mrs t hadwlck to represent the navy
Xllss Auonnel N Wilcox, a twin sister ot
the bride, was maid of honor and the brides.
maids were MUs Elaine W Wilcox, another
sister, Miss .leannette M Mills of Newport,
and Mis Allri D Kcattergood and Mms
Marion If Burnry of this city
1 hn bridegroom was attended by his
brother. Lieut Harold II. Sampson. Coast
Artillery Corps at Fortress Monroe, as best
man and the ushers were Ensign Italph 1)
Weyerbacker, Assistant Naval Constructor
Ensign Cbarlea If Madtlor, Entign Franklin
P Conger and Ensign Hugh P Lei lair,
V. S. N
M leri n nlon-M lller.
Prii.aofi.phi i, Oct I -rtawden Myers
of Hartford, Conn , to-day married Miss
Emily Kuloti-Mlller ut the country place
of Ihe bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. .lohn
Ilulon-Mlller, "Wyolu Farm," at Newtown
The sisters of the bride, Miss Mary I
Hulon-Miller and Miss Carolina F Itulou
Miller, were the brideimalds, and Miss
Georgians Morris and Mias Mary Francis
Wyman of New York were the flower girls,
latwrencu Beggs, the nephew of the bride,
was the page
Marshall Peabody of New Vork was the
best man, and the ceretnonv was performed
by the llev William IHchurdaoti of Grace
Protestant Episcopal Church. There was
a small reception and wedding bieukfnst
after the serrlces. Many guests from New
Vork slid New Englaud attended.
At the Church of St Mary Star of Ihe
Sea, Far Kockaway. L, I , Miss Anna Mer
cedes Reid, daughter of Michael Iteid or
New ork city, was married lo Arthur
Kenedy yesterday The pastor of the
Church, the Very Hev Herbert F. Parrel I,
performed the ceremony and afterward
celebrated a high nuptial mass at which
the young couple received a special papal
The bride's attendants were Ihe Misses
Murle UuUe Moran, Lillian Kenedy, llosa
lie O'llrlen, Maud While. Katherlne Mc
Kenna aud Mrs, Leo Held
Louis Kenedy was the best man and the
ushers were John King, Edward Holloed,
Andrew .1. Counlck, .lr , Arlbur llarugln
and Leo and John Held
Garlhr - Berr .
PlilbADKbelllA, Oct. I - Louis Gurthe,
president of Ihe Gridiron Club or Washing
ton, and a widely known newspaper cone
spoutleiil, marrlsd to-night In lids city
Miss Emilia Berry of Gerniuutowii. 'Ihe
Itev Father Toomey of the Holy Cross
Church performed Ihe leremony
Tha !. MmM I
til that PrT
THE HON. OLIVER BRET!
MiiiTiii"!' I't'i'foi'iiiPtl nl Coiinh'j'
PltH'C Of P.l'itlc'ri I'lU'PlltS
on l.tnii- Isliind.
MANY XKW YOKK OUKSTH
Couple Sail on Mmirofniiin. ant
Will l.ivo in l lie Windsor
Mi- vutoilietle llerk-eher, only daugh
ter ut Mr. and Mis. AukusI lleekscherol
this city, uus man led ycsteiday morning
In the linn llllter Svlvsln ll.illnl Hrett.
England, at Wlnconia, the country plac4
other parents In Huntington, It. 1.
Some or Htoe who went to the wedding
fiom New Vork left e.nly In tho mornlnaj
on Mr lleekseher'syaiht nahma, hoarding)
her ut the landing of the New York Yacht
Club, foot id East Twenty-third streets'
Still others left by special train and on aN
living ut Huntington weie met by auto
mobiles which took them to tho lleckschet
'I he murrluge ceremony was performed
at l a so o'clock bv the llev Herbert Ships
man. lector or the Church ot tho Heavenly.
Hest, at a teiuporarv altar placed in front
of n bay window or Hie drawing rooraj
which was mussed with tinners and follug
Lra'dllig to the altar thete was an ulltO
formed bv while sutlti ilbbnns attached
by elitsteis of orchids and lilies of tho vnllTj
to gilt sliiiicliliuis, and thiougll tllls'thrt
bride passed with her father, .lust before
the bride's entraiue .Mrs Drellncourfl
Mart In, the insnon of honor, sang In thl
hull When a Merrv Miittlen Marries," S
'1 he bride wore a trained gown of soft
white satin draped w ith'polnt lace, her veil
also being ot lace. She carried a bnuquflf
of while orchids Mrs Martin, for whont
the bilde of yeatentiiv was an attendant)
at hei marriage last .lulv. wore a gown of
.,1.1 ri.uM ehtrr.tti rnsiln with tmtl Inrs. and
r " " ' .
'urge plrture hat lo correspouu. men
WSS lllvl III UttelldHllce H little flOWef glfl
the daughter of Mr a ml Mrs. Maurld
IlrCK - lief. Mlie WOle H (Illiniy iroCK Ol,
I' 'IK rri" lace i vru Miepnenson
New i oil. acted as the best man.
ImmedlHielv after the ceremony tnsj
weiiuing iirengrasi was serveo oy onerrjj
t uhII table- placed In the dining roou
and on Ibe verandas.
"e oriue ift-eivru main hi-iisih siiisy
Mom l.auy r.-ner mere was a necaiacs Oh
1 sapphires and diamonds, n skrtch of whlrhi
! from English relatives are awaiting theln
. n . . inuii 'I 01.1 Lift niiit mnnv nmers
arrival in that country Mr HecUscher gave)
his daughter a tiara of diamonds, a neclcS
lure or Deurls und a high power motor can
mul Irom tier moiner mere was u largo
chest or small table sliver.
Mr and Mrs. Hrett left soon after tha
wedding breakfast by uutomoblle for New
York and sailed early this morning nn the
Mauretanl'i. Thev will make their homa
at Orchard Lea, Windsor Forest. In a housa
given them bv Lord Esher
Ihe biidegroom's rather Is Lord High
Constable or Windsor Castle ond to hlni
was iiitrusled ror compilation for publlca
Hon manv letteis left by Queen Victoria,
Nlr llretl has made fiequent visits to this
oty The bride was Introduced to New
otk-society four years ago at Iho honn
of her parent s, 0.'2 Fifth avenue.
I'liii.iiin.ititc. Oct I -William FrancM
Stalker of this city married to-day Mlsg
Lillian May Hamilton, dauutiter ot -Sir,
mid Mrs .lohn Hamilton or Walnut street
West, at Ihe Grace Episcopul Church, tin,
rector, the llev. William Itlchardson, per-!
rormlns the ceretnonv An Intereatind
feature of Ihe wedding was that the parent
of the bride were married In tho sanid
cl.urth just thlrty-lhree years ngo to-dayj
Mrs, Aniiu l aldwell Calloway, the slste-j
of Ihe bride, was her only attendant, audtbf
bridegroom bad as his ushers Hubert Hamll-1
ton. Krewson Jfarlou, Waller Calloway,
William Goldsmith and I'.obert Strong.
I here was n reception this evening 'al
residence of the bride's purents, and folj
lowing this they left for an eitendcd hontyi
moon in the West After their teturn Mr
aud Mrs Stalker will reside In this city.
(SOOnWIV-DAVLS On Turday. October
1st:, at the First Church of Christ. Hartti
Conn . hi the Hev. ITanrls Goodwin, D,
aisitdedbv the Hev. rtorkwrll Harmon Poll
.. .. i.mac I Innln.nil OnAilwIn . rt Tl nr-lh
Wendell Davis, Usuehler of Frederick Wendtnj
HK.NNI'.SSV-nnoWNNE. At New noehitffS
Thuradav. Heptemher M. by the Hev. A. B
wtlison, riorence. daughter ef Mr. and Mrs
John s Hrownne. to Prank Hancock HenneMgJ
llltLCI' nilOW'V Suddenly. nr Tuesday. OottM
her 1, David I. llriire.Urowa. son ol Kuth Ai
ltriice.Browu and the Isle George Brutal
Hrown, Notice of funeral hereafter, forslg
papers please ropy. j
UU1.I.. At nideewood, N J,, Oolobetk-fc Ul4
In her. ton year. Jean. yoitnrest dauthteaej
Mr and Mrs. Kraest Miller IlulU
FF.Rtit'SON Harsh, age M years.
Sen Ires, Tiik Fcnsiui. CnuRrat, :tt West
ureet H'ltANK Camtbkm. Hun-DiNiii, Thurtl
day at : o'clock. Automobile cortege.
Fni'.NCH -Suddenly, atNoroton,Conn.,Sundal
September :. 1013, Hev. Louis French, la hu
81st year. j
llody will Ile In state at St. Luke's CharofJ
Wednesday from IJ o'clock noon unlit HOT
P. VI and at 2:.10P if. service for the burltj
ot Ihe dead will be read. ,
UAHVAN -Patrick (larvan.
Puueral services will tin held at St. Joseph!
Cathedral. Hattford. Conn .Thursday monri
Inc. Octobers, at It o'clock. Special train
will leave Grand Central Sutton at Tad
'1 burtday mornlnc.
llll.l.irr Susnti Vincent Mllnor, nuadenlr, en)
.Sepiembcr '.. beloved wife of Klmilts Morrorv
(illlet aud daughter ot the late Charles J5
Funeial lenlces at All Saints MemorlalCburcbi
HIiildaDds ut .Nairslnk, Ootober :. upon IhB
arrival of Central It It. of S. J. train leavlnf'
root of Wcit Twenty-lhtrd tUJUli ! 10J0
A. M. for Atlantic HlghUnda.
HANSCOM. -At I'hllailrlphla, Pa., on Septembe
So, mi;. Hear Admiral John Fursycb llanicom,
I lilted Slates Navy (retired!.
JANF.W'AV. -On 'Puesday tnornlnr. October 1
11113, Julian SJrAllliler, son of John Howell
and Vina UcAlllatcr Janeway, la his AStQ
ear. at W'oislmcre. L. 1.
Notice of funeral later. Washington, rMtss)
delphlaaud Sau I'ranclfoo papers pleats oop
ia.lllAI.1. Lloyd .Monro, In IlroolOyn, TiM-ai
day, October I, In his atxtynm year.
Puueral tervlces will be held at ltandolpta.Vt,
oiiThtirt-day inorulng.Oolobar3.al 11 o'clock
UOHTUll.lt Henry Colt Mortimer, la the slity
third year of Ids age. at UarnsUble, tu.v oi
September 30. 1UI3.
Puueral at llnrustable, WednttdaT. OettfbejJ
at II A. U.
THOUP Frank Westlleld. at Mountahn Tsrti"
lllonntoiil', N. J Monday, September 3q
aged 47. .
Funeral tiotu Iho lesldenre, WednesdanSP. q
New vork Irlenils take IJictswanns tralfl
leaving uouoiuia i:.'u r. at. io iioouioa((
. i ii i. -
UHAFTON-0UnB!r4Jitrh ms will be otTrrr!
tor tM tspoas of the eoul cf timltlght HevJ
O. O. Oral ton. IfJ dwaop n rma aa 10, n.
tbs Church of St. Edward the Uartn.MI&l
at T JO o-ciocK.
ataatw r niHIKII at
14 ut cnua'