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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
BIG WAR FLEET SHOW
TIMED FROM WASHINGTON
Events of tlio Official Dnys
Scheduled in Hours nnd
BU KJACKKTS TO PARADE
Prosrntnmc for Mnliilizntlon
Week Issued by Navy
Events in connection with the molnll
ratlcn of the Atlantic fleet In this harbor
will hecln to-morrow. In accordance
with the proRrnmmo announce! lout
tilcht by the Navy Department In Wash
inston Hear Admiral Hiiro Ostorhnu.
commander in chief of the fleet, will
arrixe nnd will receive on board hlsi flag
ship Mayor Gaynor and the New York
city reception committee, On Monday
th Admiral with his staff will return the
rail of the Mayor and the committee.
He will be met by the committeo at the
From the beginning until 8unday,
October IS, when Secretary of the Navy
Meyer arrive", thero will be an almost
continuous programme of events for the
men of the fleet, On Monday thero will
be a baseball game at the Polo Grounds.
On the same day the number of ships
In the North Ilivcr will be Increased by
the arrival of the reserve battleship
fleet nnd the auxiliaries. The destroyers
will drop anchor in the river on Friday.
On that day there will bo a second ball
pame at the I'olo Grounds,
On Saturday at 1:30 thero will be a
land parade of bluejackets through the
t reels of the city, an innovation Intro
duced at the request qf the New York
committee in order that the people may
have a chance to see the men of the navy.
On Saturday night the officers will be the
purMs of the city at a smoker to be held
nt the Hotl Aster About 800 naval
officers will be present.
Petall of the programme for Monday
nnd Tuesday, the ofliclal days of the
mcl libation, have been arranged as
Monday s IS Dolphin and Nashville cet
under way to anchor near the flagship
4'. Division fleet commanders (rather
o:i Mm flaeshlp
fl on -Secretary of the Navy breaks out
his Mac on the Dolphin and npprniches
Airship 'I he Connecticut will Blve a
silute of r.lnteoe-i trims In honor of the
Secretary. I he commander In chief, his
FtaT nnd th" ellxltlnnal commanders will
then iro ahnird the Dolphin to pay their
rrpects to Secretary Meyer
o to-secretary Meyer returns the visit
of the commander In chief nnd with hlin
and the chief of staff Inspects either the
ArkansHS or th Wyoming, the new dread
rmiichl'. returning to the Polphln by 9:45.
0 13 Division commanders return to
their llicships when the Secretary leaves
the flet flagship.
n i:. -Dolphin cets under way and the
Prretnrv reviews the fleet, accompanied hv
th commander In chief and chief of staff
Dolphin will be followed In tho review of
the Heel by the steamboat Hendrlk Hudson
vi'h the .Mayor and committee on board.
Tie House and Senate naval committees
U also he aboard the Dolphin for review
of 'he fleet
Noon Dolphin anchors after reviewing
flet and the commander in chief and
chief of staff return to the Connecticut.
i? "ii Mayflower, with President Taft
n 1 .! t 1 . anchors ol Thirty-first street.
Al, ships will salute with twenty-one guns
T"e Secretary anil his aid will call on the
President ns oon a the Mayflower anchors
rj (.', Mnrflower hauls down President's
far and with secretary aboard proceeds
to am horage near thee oiinectlcut, breaking
oti i "ie President's Hag ncsln about I 40.
.M.n t live minutes before her arrival near
the i finnectiiiit all ships will again salute.
1 in Division inmmanders will assemble
tn "I e flagship! oiinectlcut.
i The commander In chief, chief of
ftafl r.nd dhlsi-n toiniunneiers will call
n 'he Piesidrnt fn the Mayflower
i President will call on the com
manier In chief cn thet onnectlcut and will
visit il.e Arkansas or Wyoming, accom
panied hy the cotnmmder In chief and
cliff of staff
.'ci President returns to Mayflower,
commander in chief and chief of staff return
to tet flagship
. "it Mayflower gets under way, fol
lowed hv the Dolphin and press boat Xnsh
Mile and 'hey review- the fleet. Secretary
Meyer will he aboard the Mayflower.
7 ii (dlliiil ilmner in honor of the Presi
de n'. at met nmJ u) navy officers at the
in h.esiiny ircining at wan tho May
finder Dolphin and Nashville with no
flats tlMiur v ill move to reviewing position
A' ii o .lock the lleet will get under way to
pas m resiew, the flaKt-hip leading. At
I "-'oik. after the fleet lias passed out.
the Ma .flower, Dolphin and Nashville will
re". a to their regular .inehor.ige.
l'ltor will be received on all tho ships
from t p M. to n P. M. each dav from
0 t .her ii to October n. Utiles for boats
curving visitors to the ships have been
rr,f DocUs.andnpproveii liyAcimiral Os-
terh.nis They provide that the faros shall
' x ,1 tweuty-Ilvo cents each way.
A,, i r.ift fiirpviti7 fjmsr tinr-i-H tn iiiwl frnm
Pi- warships must pass inspection before
l-ll'V HC'I'llSI'U, lllHl HUlItT Ul JIUCIISI'CI
cm use the battleship gangways
c"r the coineiiieiico of officers and
t 1 1
"d men of tho fleet tile .New York
, i ( ompiny will establish branch
..ii i .- nt ihti navy floats nt Twenty
l r.ii'ty-ihird, Pifty-soventh. Kili-Smety-wvcnth,
150th nnd ISTth
'it,w v 111 l) llhiniinntod on
I the i:'tli, nth and 11th.
'.'tnl.iy nnd IHtowlny all vessels
i.iit between Thirtieth streot and
nip'l' muht pass to tho westward
I-.' coliiiiii of (ho fleet. Ferry-
i'. lalte their usual course across
r ! nit if bound north or aouth they
i- in the westward of the west
i Kerry wrvlc" will bo stlspepdecl
t'n review Ing 'riods on Monday
and afternoon. Above West
t i .
f nth street practically the samn
it l." ..e .1 i I..
his villi I Ml I'llllil LC'll. 1 i-nsuir.
"II w I ho reviewing t-hips, keeping
! behind tho last.
illcltiii l.lfc 1'reslilriit of I'rlnce-
Itni senior Class,
i fix. X. J . Oct. 4. Talbot Taylor
' 'it id llt'lkelcy Kpiiiiits, West Vlr
i I'tiim of I'rincelon's football learn
' " si.irreil on the baseball field for
i-. wns to-day elected to Hie life
" ' I incident of the senior class of Did
" i Prof
Max Ituhner of the t'nl
Acadimy of Medicine,
-1 Vomen's Club of New Y'ork,
"' H t"r. P. M.
So, 'j of New Y'ork, meetlni,
" ill) A XI.
i "'t 'ln Tomklns, Dock Com
n t'lt'iiu of Mue, S H P M
' Hr I. noii Kranke.llnchwart,
VsJvrr.u ul VKiina, llulei Uajcttlr, 1:20
"THE BRUTE" PLAYED.
Seen In White Plains Ilrfnre Com
Inn to w York Tnesdsr.
The Initial performance on any stage of
"The llrnte.-aplaylnthteeactsby Frederick
Arnold Kummer, was given at tho Newell
Theatre, Wlilto Plains, last night under tho
management of Comstock A (lest,
DnnnlH Itnarr Is h young engineer whose
wife, KHilh, objects to their economical
mode of living, itVin inherits J'.oo.nou from
an ndmlrer with whom she hud been plan
ning to eloe,
Wooers at first has no oblectlon to the
legacy because he does not know that his
wife had Intended to bo tmtruo and tie
I'linse tho dead man had been ono of his
friends. He r.nds out his wlfo.
'I ho players Include Ernest (llondlnnlng.
Edith Hhepley, Stephen Davis, .Jeffries
ladti, Ethel Clayton, Wlllard lloherstoti
and Nell Mnrun 'I ho New Y ork oiienlng
of The Unite" Is set for Tuesday evening
at tho Thirty-ninth Street! hentro.
CORT FARCE "C. 0. D." STAGED.
riere by Frrclertn Chnpln llaa Its
Premiere In Ilochester.
Rochester, Oct. 4. "C O. D.," an Amer
ican farce by Frederic Chopin, received Its
premiere at the Shuhcrt Theatre here to
night. The farce is in three acts and tho
scenes are all in the CatsMlls.
Three husbands with tho same Initials
meet for the first time on a train that is
wrecked. Their wives are In the country
for the summer. The wreck Is not far
from the hotel where the wives are stop
ping and husbands and wives each find
the other, as they believe, untrue.
The cast includes Charles A. Murray,
Antonio M. Moreno, Vernon H. Macdonald,
fleorge Betts, Ffolllott Paget, Sam Edwards,
Charles Hrown.John T, Raker, Percy flunk
ett, Charles Walton. Clare Krall, Eva
Condon, Orace Morrlssey, Maude llana
ford, Isabello Vernon and Ed-lyn Wesley.
John Cort Is the producer.
Plays unci Players,
The prospectus for the playhouse Sunday
Club has been Issued, piscine the Initiation
fee at 110 with weekly dues The first pro
duction for members will be Jules richer!
Goodman's "The Point of View" on October
to, S" and November S. with cast Includ
ing Kmlly Stevens. Luclle Watson. Mnrtice
Kennedy, lirace (Irian old, May Mallny, Will
iam Morris, Howard Estabrook ami George
Maurice Farkos, who alnra Gabor Rfabo In
"The Merry Countess" at the Casino Thea
tre, will Interpolate a sonic. "I Mice You In
Velvet," at the matinee to-day.
The bridge and euchre for the benefit of
the Stage Children's Fund will be held st
the Hotel Astor on Monday, October St. st
! P M. Mrs Prances II Abrahall Is the
chairman of the commtttre In charge
Tickets are to cents and will be sold at
TWO BACHELOR DINNERS.
, N. Tnvrnseint, Jr., nnd
nnrnum (be lilxcrs.
Edward Nlcoll Townsend, .lr..
marry Jllss neatrlce .Mcnoiaa,
of the late Harry I. Nicholas, In Christ
Church, Habylon, L, I , on Tuesday after
noon, gave his farewell bahelor dinner last
night at the Culumel Club. Among the
Waller K. ltutler
Auiustus W. Krlley, Jr.
Van Wyrk Ferris
John Van S. Hloodcood
Carroll H Dawson
it. Jerome Prenders-ast
J. Harper Ilonnrll
M Henry Townsend
Timothy W. Hoile
Charles S. Dean
Lloyd F. Urnory
Wnlter Harnum, who will marry Jllss i
Rowena Stewart, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A Stewart of San Francisco,
,it the home of the llcv. Dr. Walter I).
lluchanan. 54 East Hftleth street, on Thurs
day afternoon, gave his farewell bachelor'
dinner nt Delmonico's last night. Illsi
Kdward M. Klrhard'on
J Ford Johnon. Jr.
l.ynan N" nine
It K Hawes
Harold P nirtli
William II Harnum
l'hclps Da ti.um
COLGATE HAS 489 STUDENTS.
I'nuannllr I.nrue KntprlriK '! nt
llA'lll.TOS. N. Y.. Oct 4 -The reels-
trnr's roll at Colunto I'nlverslty wns com
pleted to-dny nnd shows l!i freshmen,
lis sophomores, OI lunlors. si seniors, .1
eradiiatn students, ,'i5 theoloicnes and I?
special students . maKMK uie icnai
At the theoloiflrnl seminary the l.ireest '
enteritis class In recent ears 1ms twenty-1
? " "VX "VL"
ll.e fneultv of the university now- num
bers forty-six. Prof K I. Shepardson,
formerly principal of f'olcnte Academy, is
now- treasurer of the university and nsso
1 Lite (ireek professor. Ir M S lieid of
the department of iisy imloKV nnd eilucn
ilnn is serrei'irv of tlie I'olleire The llev
W. M. lJtwrem n, II l , who resigned from i
ethics in the seminary.
DARTM0UTH NIGHT A BIG ONE.
Three Hundred Alnninl Itrtiirnctl
to the Cn 111 pus fur It,
llAN0vr.1t, N. II., Oct. i. Three hundred
Now Hampshire alumni of Dartmouth ratne
back tn-tiiKht for the seventeenth H.nt
....,..1. tilolii tli nliiintil w it, met lit tilt.
I station by Hi" entire student body, escorted
i to the campus nnd greeted by tlm prvtident
, ,V(.,pr lmil , -
(h.r Mlrpos.. tb.. pcrpctualloii of Dart -
mouth spirit. .Indite Ouud cross ',i, tl,.
i V. hf.ly ur stitnkir4 Kvrri" I art liiotlt ti
j 'iVmi'lur ?n c' .'V I nu' o'-'i 1 1 it' 1 1 1 " " ' '"""T '"'ld "
Hamilton l'hl II it it Knppa lllcctlon.
CiIntox, X Y.,Oct t. - President Stryker
of Hamilton Colleue announced to-day the
election to l'hl beta KiiPPn of the following'
A I-.. Illacktnar, llrooklyn. A. M droves
Pasadena, Cnl . J II. Hnhti. Allmny, and
It. C. Thompson, Thompson llldce, X. .
.Simon T. (')' Kstiitc I?SI1,(I()(I.
'I he estate of Simon T. Coy, it paper
manufacturer and head ot tho Coy-Hunt
Coiiipa'nv and other 'com urns, Is appraised
1 ... ...
at si,H00, I he estate consists of ,Mi slimes
of the Coy Paper Company, valued at :o,(i,
;no shares nt 1110 c oy-iiiiuc i ompany,
Vlt.fHsi, and Itsi shares of tlio Coy-Unblock
I oii'pnnv, tin.iMiU. 1 lie bulk of the estate
went to the testator's wlduw, Mrs .Mary A
' . ,.'
.lira. Pishlne Left lf,1IIO,OIIO
T lie appraisal of tho estate of .Mis. l.lln-
belli M. I'eshine. who died at (.leu lli,le.
X J shows that slm lelt property valued
at over i:iuu.li. 'I lie estate kocs In omIiiiI
shares to I er dauuhtcrt. Mrs I'loieuce
The nppralsal of tho estate of Mis. i;il?n
Peshlno lllk'KS anil anas niiiieiisu resnuio
Sirs. I'Vencli Leaves All tn Dimnhtor,
'I he will of Mrs. Hannah M French leaves
nil her estate to her daiii'iiter. .Mrs i.vn I
Philips of at:i m I'-'i'd stteet. and her ihu 1
chllilKii. Mrs French ri'Miiesieil in iliii
will Hint lier i;rauiiciiiiuri'ii i"' unm-u m
The wardens of St. (leorsn's Church, J.
Pierpont Moti;nu and It. Fulton Cuttlnc,
annoiinco that tho new; rector of St fieoi Ko's
the Jlev. Karl Holland, will preach his first
Mrmoa tn tU ccUuroti to-morrow inomlng,
z'J. Z4-ftiS!!m i v ')
,6. , I. yJfs-jj'
THE TOURISTS. COUNTRY CLUB SPORT. LYMAN TIFFANY IS DEAD.
w Ynrlirr Wlio Are Trlnir the
Country Itonila tiv Anto.
WsTF.rniTr. Tonn . Oet i -New-Yorkers
anionir arrivals hv nutonmMlo nt tlm Hotel
I'.ltnn Mr. unci Mrs C I llu'Kitis. Miss A
V. Howell. Mi-s i: (' liowell, C .1 Strn '(
I in, en route 1 1 l.ei ns 1 1 tn l-k Mr nnd Mrs
Kpirr'iw, Mr and Mrs Kuwland, i tur ntiii:
from Meil tour i b oi, Mr nnd Mrs II V
1'isli. I' I' Stermner. Mrs I, W.ulswiirtli.
returnini; from Ideal tour i I'ien e- rrow i .
Mr and Mrs (i I: M. Cunni. the Misses Mire
M nnd titin I M. I ' iisid. Miss II llnhert-
son. returnini; Iroln lileil tour i reerie-si . i
Mr nnd Mrs II W lto!f. .Mrs H Van Horn,
, VVm)(u1(... ...turnluir from Ideil tour
,. , ... ,, n,,i,.
Mr ,, M; s viitisiclu's on Ideil tour'.
Mr ndMrs J W KcII-v... nroute toHprlnt-
Hold, M ise 1 1 IVerlcssi .
I.i N(i, Mass, (let. (.Motor arrivals
at tho Hotel .pinwnll from New York.
Mr and Mrs W C Vnlentli.e I I.iicotnobllei .
Mr. nnd Mrs It. I (.irter. Mr nnd Mrs
Seymour Wlllnrd I IVerless, . Mr nnd Mrs
II Thompson, Mrs M lllller ( lcol , Mr
. r, 'i'ii "mus Vllre l.idil Miss
W Harvey. Mr nnd Mrs. I) II Smith tP.iek-
nrd. Mrs P. V. .Incksm, Miss Jackson,
iss llildii I.iickwond, Miss Praser (Pieriei.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Smvcr Jones iMcrc edesi .
Mr and Mrs John II. Doyle, Mrs Ptlraheth
Scott ' I'm kard) . Mr. and Mrs. P.. It. Mlier,
AiitoinDliile arrivals from New York nt
the Curtis Hotel: Mr. nnd Mrs William P
Allen il'remier.. .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V Metrill
mid Miss Merrill i IVerlcssi , c ' lllnitins,
Mrs. Iliuaitis, Miss A. . Powell, Mis, ',. C,
! Powell, ('. .1 Sttlckland llluleki. M:.- M (
I ntlintiv, Mri- U. I Howard. Mrs llcscot
Smith. Mrs II II Morrison I Locomobile;
V A lliddle. Jllss A. S. Iliddle, Mrs.
i m .Iiss I,. V,
! nsn,,,,, Mass.. O,
Oct. 4. Sew York
allloiiiolulists ri'H'hinn the Hotel Wt'iidi'll
Mr nml Mrs T. K lorry (Pccrlcssi. .Miss
M. Itolsford, Mrs. I, P. lliwl-y. J M.
bnutrv (Packard i : Mr nnd Mrs. (' D.
Williams i Fiat i. Mr. and Mrs !' A West
brook, Mr. and Mrs. a. II. Crawford UVcr-
WALTER SUYDAM TO WED?
It li in or In Snllle of Ills l.nuncr
liiciit tn Miss lllliilielli Wood.
It Is rumored In Snyville, li.' I .that Walter
I.. Siiydani will within u few montns marrv
Miss IMIfubetl. Wood of that Milan.. Mr.
win .1 .... r..rtt,.,r will. Was Mlus .iiinuii
Sildams former wife was Miss Louisa
i White, wlm a Near or so iiko clnpcil from
her home at lllun Point with yiuim: Freder
ick Noble Mr. Siiydam dlvoiced her and
she und Xnlilo were married. Ihcir traicle
deatlif' toL-ellier in their apartment In this
'city In I eliruary last ended their romance.
1 Noble was buried by his lanillv In Sin
; villo und Mr Surdam attended tu tho burial
ul His former wife.
VVooil. w ho Is a ilaiurliter ol Mr und Mis
.,0.0,, (, were lie, uently out miUIi.k
and niol.ii inij 1'iHlmr I lew wcoks
uko Ml is ood mid lier mot her mid yuunifur
sister sailed tor I 'Hope, whole It is under-
I.:isl siiniiner .nr 'ii'iiam nun .miss
stood Mr Sii.ul.Hil is Miss Wniiil Is ':u
vean old nun M'i'v pretiy .xir mimiiiiii
is about wm. Mr ' ood -in s t mi t u icpnit
that his dunu'liler und Mr Suulam mu ul
ready iiiaiiied Is not true
SAW BRAZIL POCK STRIKE.
IteturiiluK I'rciii'her Sns It 'ITeil I'p
Tlie Kev (leorito H nn He Water of St.
Andtew's Clitli'ch, Fifth ntinnii nml r.'Tth
street, returned ypstenlav Irt.tu a FI.imki
nillo ioiirnev in South narna on tho
Iji in port A llolt liner eri
In lllo de .laneiro nnd Santos Mr. Van
Pe Water wild. "uw meat lleets of ocean
veelnwiiltlnBcnrk'oos which thy couldn't
gt bscauta ol dbek atrllies.
A 1 IV A ivv vi
Fine Wenlhrr Will Attrnet
Slcmlirrs Out of Toirn.
Ardsl-y CIuI CnUere will play mlied fnur
eomes lo day and the lullej takliic part neeJ
not be membrs cif the club
Apawsmta Club Onlfera will take part In
an cuhtren hfile merlat plaj' handicap for a
price presented by W It Tliurston There
will alsn t e tennis
Ilaltusrnl (inlt Clut The tolf rouree Is In
fine condition The rlrt round fur the club
championship and the s-ennd round Inr the
Il.iltusrnl cup are features. Tennis players
"i". inrre win ne mucn sou unu
Imnwoodli" Country Club Onlf nnd tennla
are the nttr.ictinns To day thero will tie a red
card competition for rollers
llssejt County Country Club Tennli playern
will le attracted l.r the final matches for a
cup presented by the iltih today (iolfers will
play the finals fur the club ch.imploiii.lilp The
Kssct polo team will plny the Whlppany Iliver
team at c o'clock. Tea will bo eencd alter
Knni:ood Country Club A men's doubles
handicap tournament will be pln)ed by the
tennis enthusiasts today and tomorrow. There
will also le jolf
JInrrls County Golf Club Oolf and tennis
are tho attractions without any special
Montclalr Athletic Club A hre how will
tie the attraction today
Itichmoud County Country Club Rollers
will play today the second round for the club
championslup. Hiding, driving ntid tennis will
also attract many There will tie an informal
d.uuv in the clubhoue this e ciUtu:
Kuinson Country Club Oolf, tennis, aalllu;
Sleepy Hollow Club Tennli will lie the
Timttlo Chili Tennis rnlf. vachtlnr. trot.
tins- rates, rldlnr nnd dnvlni There will lie a
clr-nte In the ilubhous.. this evenlnir and a con.
ct-rt to-morrow- afternoon
(irirnwlih Country Club Qolferi will play
elchtien holes acaltist par today for n cup
offered by T M llo.li.ene. II. J Topplnir and
C. M Martin will play off n tic for the Point
cup in Classes A ami P. A ilanco In the club
house this eviiunir
Canoe llrook Country Club The nuallfylnir
round of tho October competition for those
w ho lire not n the club championship will be
plajed to day
Plaluflclit Country Club The aembflnal for
tho club chniuiiloiishlp will Is- pl)ed to day
Tennis and soli will attract many
Piplnic Hock Club Second day of the an
nual horse show
Kwdunnnil Country Club Oolf and tepnU
aro features. Match play, rtichteen holea
naalnst bosey. will li to-day's eolf feature
Nyack Country Chili Tennis today and tomorrow-
An Informal dunco m the cliibhome
Oakland (!olf nml Country Club The last
match for the pri anient' cup ami the final for
the irovernor's cup to day Tlio M-tnj dual for
the Mary (ianlt n cup will alrn 1. played.
Hargklll finlf Club Oolf nnd tennia.
St Andrews Oolf Chili Tennis and nolf
The first round for the cunsoliiilnn cup offered
am Count rj Clul N ne hi lea o he
" 'ft ' , "rml, ' pla,",, n,r the fir t
e 1'nks win u ' lornu u Piaieti for the first
, time today The exent i i domestic, team
nialih, president captain, the defeated team
by the golf coniiMlltee will lie played to day.
to din" the winners
Mniinioiith County Hounds The meet will
1st at Shrewsbury station at 3.30 o'clock this
nltirnoon The inn I next Wednesday will bo
at :i o'clock ut Itctl Hank
Crescent Athletic Club rinlf anil tennis.
This afternoon the Stnlon Isl-uul Kotb.ill Club
will play the Crescent team on the upper Held
ut 3 1.1 o'tlot l
1))Iut Meadow fiolf Club The ciuallfyhur
round, eighteen holes medal play hnndicap, for
a prio iirrseiiled by Lewis 11. Losco will be
to dsy's attratllnn
i Forest Hill (toll CTuls The second round
for the October cup will be plaed to-day.
Nassau Country Club Tim annual toll
tournament will end today
Slwanoy Country Club The finals for lh
president's trophy fur iculort nt fvlf will l
Mnny i fn.i,i..i,.n fi.it i.n. v.ini-nii
XEWPnr.T. 11 1 , Oct. 4
of WnsluiiKton died nt his summer resi
dency, l air Acre, nt Jamestown this alter
noon. He was in his seventy-filth year.
t'ntil two years iieo. when In purchased
his Jamestown proper! v, Mr. TiH.iny was
a summer resident of Xcvport. A daurjli
tor, Mr.'. Alexander J. Anderson, lives here
lie was a veteran of the civil war nnd a
member of Lafayette Post. 11. A. It., of
Xcw Y ork. He was also a member of Kane
I.odqo of Masons of New ork and a member
of the .Metropolitan lub of Washington,
where lie had made his winter home since
.Mr. TIITnny Is survived by his wife, one
son, ("apt. CieorKe S. Tiffany. V. S. A., and
two ilauehtcrs besides Mrs. Anderson,
Mrs. 'lUTany Whltlm; nnd Mrs. Kemp,
wlfo of ( ol. Herliett V. Kemp, Itoyal Muti
neers, lirltlsh army.
MRS. CHARLOTTE VAN SCHAICK.
.Mother of Pornicr Ciinntrs llim
tnnrltne Dies In llorener.
Srtciiil Cnlitf fltiwtch to Tus Sin.
I't iu,i:xi'i:, Oct. 4. -Mrs. (Tinrlottn Van
Srhali'k. nc 'ir.'iy. of Iloston died here
to-day nt the aw of sn. Slie wns the wife
of Henry an hchaick of New orl; and
mother of the. former Countess Hoiitourllne
.of Florence, who lately mntrled Carlo Place!,
the Hrliish Vice-consul
Mrs. Van Schalck was for fifty years
a reeltlent of Florence nnd xvas prominent
I socially. She entertained on a lavish scale,
I our months nco snn uiiiicrwcni an opera-
! tion Irom the effects of which she never
! recovered. Sim xvlll bo burled In tho
I Protestant cemetery here.
I'eter H. Foley.
Peter f4 Foley, one tlmo Altlermxn from
the old nr., ward of Manhattan and Mr-o
Aitseiiiblj man. died at hts home, 15 X'nnder-
Mlt nenue, Jamaica, yesterday. Mr. Foley
was born In Ireland sixty ear kh He
came to America when 7 yenrs old. He
wns u Tammany man. When he moved to
Jamaica he married Marnaret MacAulo,
who survives hltn, ns do n eon, Jumes, nnd
t n iiauKhter,
Ildna. In Jamaica ho became
trustee of the old xlllnee and was pres:.
dent of the xlllugs board. Ho was n con
tractor. He was n member of the Chub
Club of thu Klks and of tho Knlshta of
.Mrs. I'.llrnbeth A. lord.
Sirs nilailieih A Ford, wife of A. Tlren
dan Ford, publisher of the New York Tree,
mill's Journel nml sliter-ln-law of Patrick
I'ord, owner of the "Irish World," ami a
contributor to both papers, died on Thurs
day at her home, 432 Carlton awnuc, llrook
lyn. In her tlfty-elKhth year. Alio was the
nuthor of several hooks, the beat known
belnic "The lllemcd Joan of Arc" Hhe was
member of Hie I'nlted Irish League, the
llrooklyn llaello Society and I-'enelon Head-
Inn Circle. Her husband,
dauKl. ter surilve her.
four sons sad a
Major William A. Turpln died Thursday
nlMht at Hie I'osl llrnduilte Hospital. Ml Inr
Turpln n tired from tho Thlrtii nth Head
inent N. ) N- Y. Ill February, 1H0J. Tor
I ten years lie had been In I'niiitnnnil of the
IMrst llitlallon. Ills reilnw oitlcers choee
him fur I.liuti'iiuiit -t'oluni'l, but III health
made iiccepinnre Imptissihie. lie ttere-d as
Inspertur of c oust nrtllhiy. Major Turpln
was burn In lloclu Her in 1807. He leuva u
widow and a dauichter.
Mrs. Mary (ioldsinlth Nlrlinlla.
Mrs. Mary ilolilsmlth Mchoiis, 7d years
old. died jesterdny nt the hoins of her
dnuKhter, Mrs. Prank Mull, 13 Valley plaoj,
Mmitcbilr. Mrs. Nlcholls was the widow of
dipt. Charles P. Nlcholls of the first reid.
ment commissioned from California In tho
trU war. Cspt. NlcholU Uva fc ::sr VKt
I nnd Montclalr h-fore his death In 130:
Mull ! the on'y eur Ivlnc child.
1IOSTON-. Oct 4 Krlertenrh Theerart.
Vtce-n-e.Mpn! r.f Uin Ch-tnth. r ,,f r'.nn.rt,
I at Kr.mkfort-on-the-xialn. und a ne. teste
to the lnternitlonnl Concrees of Chamber
of Cominerce. ricently held hftc. tt,l to
il.!), and tiS. Hi rr Thowart was a bmkir
In hla home city ami una c f the fnunclfrs
nf the est..ni of ooperatlvn tanktnc aa
clatlona In liertmny
JIRS. CLEMENT NEAR DEATH.
Wnmnn Victim of Auto Aeclilent
Nnl I.lliolv tn I.lxr.
The condition of Mrs. Louisa f. Clement
of New lioeh'dlo, who xv.m injured in tho
nutomoblli! accident on heptciiber -U
xvhich resulted iti tho death if Health
Ofllcer John L. llugbesof Mount Vi rtum,
and who is now in tho Now Y'ork Hospital,
was dofcribed last nlt'lit as vcrv low.
It is not expected that she will ii-covit.
Tetanus ileveloM'd a few ilnyh nit".- the
accident and tho poi-ou now beccin to h.ivti
I got tho upper hand T'hu idiysicians
1 1. .ii ,i. .. iV . i ii i . .
IH'U'.'V t' llllll II t lit L'.lll IlVI illUllIKT IWI'lliy-
foiir hours slit li.ls a chancn of rccoverv,
but it is utliiiitted tho outlook is dis
couraging. NASSAU HOSPITAL BALL.
Will lie Held In Costume October 2r
nt riiirdrn City Motel.
The nnnuul clnrlty bull In aid of tho X.in
sau Hospital In Mlneoh xvlll bo held on the
nlirht of October Vt In tho billrooni of tho
(i.trilen City Hotel. Patrons havo been
ronuested to eonio in costume.
Aplilicntinns for tickets, xvhich will lie II
each, may be sent to .Mis. Charles Steelo,
Wrstlniry, L. I.
Amonit the members of the committeo
nro Mines. W. Crittenden xdntns, Charles
111 ill Mncilonnld, Hubert Il icon, I'.dwin i
Morirnn. J Soirle Ilarclu. iiuust Pel-
,',rs.rnlnht . Trlh.Vr M lluAlcn
ii. out, Charles C. Humsny, (Mixer W bird
III, l,r,l 'Irlml.ln lln-i- f.it-nn ll'l.lo.n,.
Thonins illtchco'ck, P.iyno viiltne mid
Philip W. I ivermore.
BACK WITH -INDIAN TROPHIES.
Dr. Hubert II, Louie Secured .11 ml el
of SheishniiP (irnss LihIkc.
Dr. Iloliert II. I.owle of the department of
nntliropolouy, American Museum of Natural
History, returned yesterday from four
mouths atnoni; the Pte Indians of Colorado,
the Shoshones of YVyonuntr nnd tlio Crow
tribes of Montntin
lie Kitlhereel many specimens, Incluilini?
troubles of the bear dunce and a model ol
a Shoshone irrnss lodife. Lven tnodels of
tlie rass Iodise are considered u rnrliy
Ainonir the Slioshones Hr Low le seem ed
ineillclnu roots used us specific remedies.
Miss Vlritlnln Linitfllt Voorhees, elaiiBhter
of tlio late Daniel I). Voorhees, w-as tnnr
ricil to ltnbert F. Potter yesterday nt linen
in the chantry of (iraco Cliurch, tho llev.
C. W. Clash, associate rector of tho cliure h,
ofllrlatlni;. None but relatives and Intl
mato friends were present.
The brld" wore a tra velllnir costume of
L'rav clilllon cloth and a hit to correspond.
Immediately after tlio e eremony Mr. and
Mrs. Potter left for Newport.
Mr. 1'otler Is a son of the Into Felwnrd T
Poller and a nephew of tho Into Hlshop
Henry ('oilman Potter.
Poston, Oct, I. Word xvas received nt tho
Iloston Opera IIouso to-ehiy of tho innrrlauo
in Putnam, Conn,, of Miss Jeska Swart,
of tho Iloston Opera Company to Arthui
Wilson, musical critic of tlio Iloston Globe,
Tho ceremony xvns performod by tho llev.
Dr. Karxcut of the CoosrvgsUoual citurch,
Anibnsstiflor "Will Attend For
mal Opcninp; of Educa- '
ENGLISH R. H. MAN TOO
Charles Aldington Wants to
Sec How Our Bonds
Whltclaw Held, American Ambaw.dor
to KnRlond, arrived yesterday on tho
Cuntirdor Lusitanla accompanied by
.Mrs. Hold to attend trio formal opening
of tho Education HuUdtiip, In Albany on
October 15, 10 nnd 17, Ho expects to re
turn to England on October 22.
Another passenger was Charles Alding
ton, general manager of the Great Wea' em
Hallway of England. Ho and Mrs, Ald.ng
ton aro going to her home In Vlrf.liila
and thero he will leave her whllo he ex
amines tho Santo 16 and the Union Pa
cific railroad systems, of lnterost to hli.l
from an operating standpoint. He wants
to boo how heavy trains, are pushed oer
tho mountains on heavy grades, and ho
is also Interested In gasolono-eloctrio loco
motives. Tho Oreat Western has steam
eloctrio locomotives but no gasolene
electrics. Other passengers were C. Ledyord
Jilnir, who has boon grouse shooting nnd
golfing in Scotland; Judgo Nathan Bljur,
John j. Cndwaladcr, Mr. and Mrs.Thoo
doro W. t'ranip. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W, Bow
ring, Mrs. Cndwalader Jones, tho Eirl
of I.evcn, Hlshop Charles E, McDonnell
of Hrooklyn nnd Don. Sir John French.
Oen. French has been In this countr
before, but npver in New York. He !i
a friend of den. Leonard Wood, and T.'lll
visit (Jen. Wood nnd also West Point.
J. P. Habin, n collector of roro print),
brought in $:."i,000 worth.
PLAN OF SAGE FOUNDATION.
Department tn Define nnd Sprcnd
(he Koelnl .survey nml Hshlblt Idn.
The Ilull S.iae Foundation has estab
lished a dttpartment of surveys nnd exhibits
w th litMihiunrters at 31 Union Square..
The iletalled plan of tho work has not yt
been made out, hut in a Keneral way tlio
I' parttnent will dellno and spread till
social survey nnd exhibit Idea: will collect
and keep within referenco reach pamphlsts.
reports, nhotoitrnnhs. drawings and model 4.
Information on survey nnd exhibit woik
li.it has nlre.uly been Knln'd, nnd will build
up an naency to nssist communities which
plan to oriianlye surveys nnd exhibits.
Tli ileiirtnint will be under the direc
tion of Shelby M. Harrison, who will b
assisted by K. fi Rnutzahn. Mr. Harrison
carried on posuraduate work In statlstlct
it llurvatd ami wns recommentled by Prol.
William . liipley Mr Itoutzalm has hail
six ears experience In the exhibit cam
imlcns of tlio Xatlonnl Tuberculosis Asso
ciation I'ht! department committor is Marr H.
Illcbmoiid, director of the charity organ
ization department of the jlussell Sago
Found itlon. rhalrmnn. Leonard P. Ayre.
nssneiate dlroctor of the department of
cltlltl bycieii", I!iiss.l Sace Foundation:
Liilticvnu Farraml, exevutivn secretary
of tho Xatinini Asioclation for the Study
anil Prevention of Tuberculosis; John M.
(ilenn, neneral director of the llussell 8ao
Foundation; Paul P Kellouu, formerly
director of the Pittshurs survey, and
Francis H. McLean, senernl secretary of
tlio American Association of Societies for
Orntiii'.luc ( hnrity
Xile of (he Social World.
Mr and Mrs J Vm Pehalck Oldls of
Mai-sapequa, L. 1 , will he for the winter at
th Hotel Patterson, 5 Wet Forty-ilitn
Mla Edna Stourliton. daughter of Ed
ward P Mtourhten of this city, will be mr
rbtl to HiiKh II. Cohover to-day at th
iiuntry place of her father In Turner's
Mrs j Mayhew Wxlnwrljht of Itys, N.
Y., v til Intro.iiicn to society this winter hr
tlaushtcr, Mla I.aurt Konross Walnwrllht.
Mr and Mrs Wllllim Payne Thompson of
P. 'e'Mi, I. 1. who recently returned from
lluropc, aro at the Plaza.
Mr and Mrs r (irand d'ltautex'lllcs who
hno tifen spendlnsT th" summer st Chstsau
d'ltautexllle In itwltierland, arrived from
Hurope yeet.rday anil are at the St. ItegU.
Mr. and Mrs Carlos M. d Heredla, who
hi-e been passing the summer In Lnoi,
wl'.l sail for Kurnpe on OcioWr IS.
e-lare-nee II. Mackay will sail for Nsw
X'ork on October to
ADAMS. On October 4, lllnnche Carpenter, i
of L'ynis C. Adams, at her residence.
Clareinont ncnuc, New Y'ork.
AVritY.- MiLiTdiT iinnni or tue Lotal
l.i.tiii.s or the t'MTEU States Com
.xuMihuv or nil: Stxth oy Nr.w Y'obi.
l ompanlous arc Informed of tho death ot
Companion Hobrrt Axery.
Funrr.il Saturdiy nt ! o'clock P. M. frora'hls
late rrsldi lire, ux Kerontl pi., llrooklyn, N. V.
Conipnuloiis will nttend. lly order of fho
Cutnmandrr. Mluam H. Coorweu.
y liecorder. 4
lTT.ci:!!AI.D -On Trlday. October 4, KlUabeth.
elr.uKlitcr of the lite Patrick and i:ili Flu
(irrnld. and sister of the Pev John O, and
llr iiiorce l'ltzlit'rnl.l. aCsiSackelt etreet,
Notice of funeral herexfter.
KNUillT At Iikexllle, Conn., October 4, Dr.
ticorrr Henry Knight, xrry suddenly,
Notice of funeral later.
M.VTTIIIIWSV Entered Into test, Gcorgeanna
Plercy. beloved wife of James Matthews, at
houthold, I.. I., on Thurhday, Octobers, 1013.
The llev John Harlow of the Memorial Pres
byterian Church will conduct tho services
nt '.'Of Pcrl.e!cy pi., llrooklyn. em Sunday,
October fi. nt S P. M. Interment In Green
wood nt the ronxcnlrnrc of the family,
McPlll'.ltsoN On 1'ildr.y. October 4. Mary P.
McPhrrmn. wife ot tho late Joseph P. Mc
pherson, at her residence, 05 Kast 121th it,
rutin td Mimil.ii morning.
PAllKllll - At the Presbyterlin Hospital, Nw
Ycrl. elty. October!:, Dr. Prank J. Parker, son
e.f the lata I, cur it e I . and Allco Lanphltr
l uneral services at chapel of Presbyterian Hoi
l'lir.1, 1 rlday. Ode her 4, nt 3 p. M. Thero will
alfo be tmlces at the Into rrthlenco of Uio
elcccatcd, lliauford Point, llrantord, Conn
.Saturdaj', October S, atS P. 11.
ItninillltT. rictlerlrk, age 73.
Servlirs nt "Tin: Pr.Nnut, Citrnrn," 311 Wnl
'.Mil fct. el'IIAMC C'AMrilHI.b IlL'll.omo), SfttlU-
itiy at 3 o'clock, Automobile cortege.
Y'OUNCi. At (bo Waldorf Astoria. Wednesday,
October Hear Admiral l.urlen Y'oune,
runeral scrxlces al IS, S. Naval Hospital,
llrookljn, nt 3 P. M , Sunday Interment
Munda, in A. M.. nt the National Cemetery.
Arlington, Washington, D. O,
FRANK E. CAMPBELL
:i4i w. aa
I will not he responsible for or pay nny dent
cnntrMctetl hy nny person whomsoever excepi by
myself. HI'.NUy'i'. fOltl)E.S. Ml West l?4th at.
Tho Well Street edition of TUK Kvrxiso Suit
contains nil the llnanclal news and tho atocU and
bond quotations to tlio close nt the markel. Tho
closlnB quotations, Includlne tho "bid and asked"
prices, xvlth nddltlonal news matter, aro conul
also in tho night uU nntl editions oX Tun (WH