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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 15,' 1913.
GEORGE BURR WEDS
MISS STRONG TO-DAY
j' .'. ' I'dlhor nml lUwfon F'hs
i r Will Mnrr.v Tlicm in
i, i i r.n i ox t tiu: homk
foni'Ii' r; i vo n IiMirliPon ntnl
IMiMifr on Kvp of
! ' i I tig nf Miss Sun Sturgl
d n.glit' p nf tin- ltev. (ieorg
I. r .strong, lector nf ChrlHt
1- iinrg I.mdsliy Burr of thin
w .1 t.il' place tn-d,iy lit Christ
l.'oitduav h tut Hovonty-llrst
t u.lii iiolock.
:ior will bo performed by
. s r.itti.T -n.tTJl..i by the Bev
I' Mills nf Boston, '.hern will
r- nn afterward m t the hom nf
ii m inn intH. Ji:i Wist Seventy-
,-fnna gnve ii luncheon yester
wr homo fr.r her bridal Attend
' M'sm M'irgnret Wendell
c (it s'.stcr: lilennor Pit Bol.
' v MH. Helen Clark. Mnrv Tufts
of . tl.i rmlrrhlll
I ii r gme hi farewell bachelor
' : .st tcght lit Him Harvard Club.
1 fi. .h's were Alexander Strong. 1
M- m rctcr. Id. Allmand M. Blow,
Ti.i'innn, riiiliji s ivnn
M..r ' 't nml James K. 1'inch.
K .!,. Whitney.
Pa--ii i n woe, N .1., Mny 14 -Miss
Ar-.a Ui-i'noy, daughter nf tli-orco V
n - i nr Hartford toad, mid Predorlek I
lvlsrv, son nf Frederick W. Kelsey of1
e-.v g. a former Ksex county park rout-
- : r.wcp married at S o clock to-night
t t I 'tne of the bride's parent. After
- s ."per and reception for member of
' '" t.imlllo tho bride and bridegroom
I '-n n wedding Journey of several
'! ceremnnv win performed by the
t- U'-Utam Whiting Jiavls. The brides-i-i,,
w-re Miss Barbara Hotnn, Mis
Mnrttret Halrd, Miss Louise Holmes nf
'i-.i-iges. MNs l-'ranics Boyer of
t t'."'e. I'a : Miss tiladys Ollmor nnd
'! s n y C'otidlt of Hast Orange. The
i t an was Itonaid Kelsey. it brother
of tVi bridegroom, nnd tho usher wcro
Arthur Thomp.son and Stephen Kelsey.
rim.Arnt.ntiA. Mnv H. llcnr H
Pre'ind. Jr. of this oltv and Ml Frances
K V -ler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
r Wiler. were married her tn-nlstht. The
1 rlln was attended by her sister. Miss
lMti.i V. Wller, nnd It. Morris Crquhart
nas best man. They will sail for Kurope
t ..morrow. The bride is the dauchter of
the former president nf the Philadelphia
I.'ati'inil LeaRtie Hasebalt Club.
M- Charles C Hansom of f.fl West
I' r' -ninth stteet was married yi
o I'r Frank V JacKson of 65 Madison
Bventie Dr Jackson Is a member of the
Vttttiry Club, lirolier and the Hons of
lUvolution. Mrs. Jackson was
merjy Miss Mary i: Lennox.
II. . Prick' son i:nitiiued.
'"he e- c tKerr.i-t rf Ml-s Trances P:on
tf) C-... 1.- i-r. -k l.as been art numed Mi-s
Dixon is the dnuKhti r ef the lain Isaac
TJIxon nf Ualtitnore, nnd Mr Ktbk is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Trick of ,
Sew York. No date hai been Klven nut
ir the weddlne
Child l-'rick is a graduate of Princeton
f-. I 1.4 known best ns a bis sama hunter
"e has many valuable trophies of his
n with the rule.
He was th leader
-e Ch.'ds Kr'.rk Ab- ?l:.lan expedition.
'',4'f",tii..-'.,.Mt,f.,!M.i -..r rfe i...
I.e-inard Hullock Kendall of Hay Shore
"'ri', Kast Elmhurst. L. I., and Miss
No-! Hammond, elAuth'er ,'. V"
' 1 Mrs Or.iemo M Hammond of M
v. ,.i rifty-r.fh street. Manhattan, co)
r arr asu lieeno yesterday at tho City
' a' Tho weddlne will be on May iS
r-- "10 homo of the bride's parents.
SxR00K RUG SOLD FOR $527.
Orl'titnl ItnK Sale nt .Silo' Amouata
to f n.OT.'t.
Th sil nf n eollei-tion of Oriental
r.n n-' l 1-. edtework was begun yesterday
. is Fifth avenuw art galltrles. The
ti. e r v r. sess.on amounted to $9,ti73.
' ghft jirn e of tho afternoon was
1 ." ' w! Allen Fouhani. agent, paid
' " ii pio swirook jialaee tK', which
n 1 of dark blue, with a s.icred
I. - tt i 'o rnsii and gnld. An antique
K c l. -t-in rug sold to Mr. H H
'. Sew London for ?15".C0. F F.
' J", got the Keshon Snrook run
" - . 1 Tho salo continues this after-
tnln nf 41m WUI Worl.
v' A - 1..1 Foster Itoblnson. second
i 'of Pr Slid Mrs. Ileverley Robin-
be married to Arthur W. Ilutler
c orgi-'s Chapel, Stuvesant Square,
' - nft. rnoon of Juno 17. A small r-
w ii follow at 4 2 West Thirty-
' -vl MrV. Sydney J. Colford. Jr.,
'! been at tho Vnnderbllt lnc
"' ' n. left yosterdny for Newport,
will spend th" summer.
" ' .llam II. Draper has taken for
' r. Atatoma farm, In Katunah,
; lountry plaeo nf Mr. and Mrs.
ljvir ! 'otter, who lino gono to
' r' lred MiCulloh, daughtsr ot
- ' "' - .' -iins s McCulloh, will be
' " I", bird Stockton Whlto of
I i ... her liotiio In r:ya On tl.o
"n ; J-ino 7.
r , Aes U) sailing to-day on the
end will return to New York
' ' wn Henry F. Shoemaker of
l ; -third street left yesterday
' ' "". their country pi. ice In
. is. Vthn Kcott tjerrnh will
i tho Haltlo and after jiass
ifi; v ceks in lotidon will motor
1 ' t erit, returning to New York
' i.i . t heptembor.
nM Mis Ilenjamln Puke have
' r tl.o nimmr, Thnrwood, thn
e cf Mrs. Tfenry VJIlard, In
I'i 1 ry.
r.d Mrs William Allen Butler will
- r.o summer In Magnolia, Mass.
ind Mrs. Coitielliis II. Tangem.in
.ins to-day on i liu France mid will
abroad for snveral month.
..id Mrs. William II. Falconir have
i from Atluntlo City to 701 Madl
' title. They will soon go to tlalr
. jilace, on Lako Muhonk,
Fred'-tlck Nellson ha returned
I'huii from tlm VlrMulH Hot
- , ef g-cfnl i'lcjn T Jhe '"-.. t
' llallau Mission In niUabuh utrei t
" v- under thn direction of Mr. Fd-
" II iwke, Jr, yi-kterday, In the
i -irllon b.illroom. Ainotm thoso
k wero Countf Le.iry, Mis.
' ' W Tnft. Mrs. William F. Sheelmn.
Tiedcrlu Nellnon, Mr. George Kemp,
Charles V. I'aterno, Mrs. Wlllam
Jliukt ma ilri. Charlei J. Welch.
BISHOP MUST PAY TOR GOWNS. '
IlitnUer I'nrr Wife fop Tirol Tlm
Miiit Mir UpiI lllvorer.
lanieH CiinnitiKltam llisliop. ttmnther
of tho IpanlilttK firm of !te!mrml , Co ,
anil lils wifo, Mrs. Abigail llanooek
mump, witt) is hiiiiik liim f..r a tllvorro,
farm! oiti'li Hthor yrstonlny In tho Su
premo Court vUvn n stilt npaitisl lllshoi
ly Jpssln larritiliitroii nml Marcarol
Wliofloolt, imxlisttK, to rollout ,f00
for Kowtm fttmNltitl to Mr. Hihop
wont to trial boforn Supremo Court Jim
tlto Ni)wbtirRi;r. llm Hlshops lind not
won ouch other Himv boforo tho divorro
unit wiut started In jHttiinty.
Mrr. lllsltop w.ih In court n a wltne,m
for tJio modistes, whllo lllshop hud to rely
it IiIk own testimony nnd on chi-oks given
It) Ills wifo for hlrt tlefctico. Ho testified
that ho hud forbidden thn plalntilTa to
oxtond credit to Ills wife, had I old her
tlint tho firm was "cvitbliant" I1M1 had
provided her with Millicient money to
pay for her clothe.
Ills cancelled chock for pin money
elvon to his wlfo between .Inly, mil and
May. 1012. showed that she col the fo.
lowltiR Mitn-c .Inly. JlOO; AnRtit, $4i1;
S.c.nteii'.vif, IXAi Ofti'lu'r, .7o; Novririi-or
JT.Mi; Iieccmber. JTmi, .l.ttitiary, MOO;
l olirtiat-y, JTtm; March. Iivrnj April $l,ooo,
and Mny j:inii.
Ilo Mt'id liii itiootno duritiK this period
was Jlll.tKiu. Ilo said ho belonco-1 to
"ten or cloven clubs," and that his dus
are H.noo a year or more
Mrs. Hishoti. who Was noonlntwitil.tit In
ivuirl by her socretat v. said Hint tho
chocks othibitod bv her btisbnnd wero
tor hotjsohold oxpensoM. Slip said that
tllOV bail olirlltroo KOrvnntM im.l lV.,if
liaiin l li.nl an ullowanco in tin- last two
Thn jury returned n verdict for tho
plaintif after dolll-ratinc: llv ttuntiios
Initios W. Oslmrno, counsel lor Mrs
Ili-hop. was aided in court bv Mls lue,
Milhollnntl. unit it was said that Mis Mil
holland will ns-d-t Mr. 0-ln-)rno when tho
Ili.-hop divorco caso koom to tiiai in n few
days. TO ASK HEALTH CERTIFICATES.
Mnntclnlr Church Vole That Pnatrtr
Minll Iteiittlre Them.
MovTct.MR. Mav 1 1 Tho members
of rnlty Cliuroh voted to-nlKht In
favor of havinB tho pastor, the Rev.
UdKar S. Wlers, require it medical cer
tificate from nil persons that nte mar
ried In the church henceforth.
Tho vote In favor of the proposition
was unanimous. There wero a number
of women present
Recently the ltev. Henry II. Jackson
of the Christian fnlon CunKrccutionnl
Church announced that ho would per
form no marriages unless the bride
groom presented n certificate of pood
IUNA PARK OPENS ITS GATES.
HlB 1'n rn ilr Mnrts Itcsort of n Mll
lliin I.lclita AboIiiu.
Luna Park nt Coney Island opened for
tho season last nlcht nt a o'clock. It
contained new shows, old ones painted
over. 1.300.000 electric lights and other
thitiKs which tho press iiRent will tell vou
In cratultous detail.
The otienlntr of the nark w:is orerrilr1
hy a parade of all of the employees, ft,,,,,
James A. Nelon, president of the I.una
! Amustment Company, down to tho man
who paints tho procipu-cs on the mountain
for-'scenery. Tho parade, enticed bv the Luna
band, marchid throiich Surf nvenne m
Ocean lloulevanl nnd back to V.Vst Seven
ttenth streitt. where Kred Tho.npson. the
deslener of Luna I'.nk. lav sh U In bed
at his home
His phvi. Ian cot h m ti. tlie window o
tnai in- rouiil sen the parade puss The
, ' "X . , , !,"n"" un'
i j " " ..11.-1.1111111 ,-nm' ami
Wist Fifteenth stnet. Then tho public
was allowed to rush In
Chief ntnonc the p.-w hns seen In
Lun.i Park last nlcl-.t win "'.r nod
., ,. ' ' . ' ' - 'i - i n ot dorian-
II. .A UI.U J ...... . . . .
l - miiiih i ll .l- SllOV.ri TM
t.ike end tt was ticM.Mit. lis cides have :i
i.",vivr.V.Wi.,.. Vn J
.... .vi, .,iu vuun i-iiiik niiu It was
th calm after n slcee .if btttle 1'lower
ple'.s and danclnif Klrls uriilnd by th
lake .VI.! ti.er.) wjs rewlxj la cei.-i. ration
of tho suspension of th deadly sleg...
Then a Klin broke tho sllenee, but broke
nothlnir el.. The populace sought
shelter. Horses gnlloped down the tnoun
tnln slope. Towers fell. Penth vnr
dealt. Houses caurht fin- Women wete
pennI In and rescued. And after forty
five minutes of this combination of tho
old "Fire and Flames" and a battle
seen the show was over.
Other new shown were "1.1 fo Ib Only a
Merry-PO-rotttid." whli h was a myth-1
I11H7.0 of mirrors ; Fairyland, a tortuous
tunnel alons which cars wire pulled by
electrically propelled nnlrnals : u tornado
atid flood panorama whb h combined the
Omaha and Payton disasters, and Crazy
town, a vlllape, of A II c block", which
children will like. The old attractions
such as the toboggan slide dragcti gorge,
scenic railway, witching waves nnd shoot
the chutes, wero still there
PRESBYTERIAN CONTEST T0-DAY.
Ilr. Aleiander, rrlnei-ton, anil Dr.
Pnlmep, l.'nlon, for .Modepnlor.
Atlanta, May II. A peetrulr eon-
test for the moderntorship of the Pr'sbv-
ttrlan Assembly, I". S. A., will reach Its
climax to-morrow, when the fores be.
hind Dr. Maltlnnd Alexander of Pittsburg
and Pr, S. K. I'.ilnifr of Columbus, Ohio
meet In the nm test of strength. P.
William McKibbln, president of Lane
Theological Seminar' of Cincinnati, has
been put forward, but probably will nut
Hgui'0 In tho tight.
Thn contest is, In somo respects, a fight
between tho two' great I're.ibMi rian
semltiarlc, l'rltio ton nnd Fnlon. Prince
ton Is the most conservative of the
theological Institute and Union ban
adopted mnny of the modern temlrncleH
and Iihxi on Its staff many nd'.arcod
It Is said that Pr. Alexander Is closely
allied with Princeton nnd that Pr. Talmer
represent the Union school of thought.
Many commissioners assert If Pr. Palmer
ulns It tv.il i i.e. in that tl.n ciiutch In
dorse thi radical teachings of Fnlon
and the ndtnlsslon of alleged unorthodox
candidates to the ml'ilstry.
TiierH It ef.) Talk' el httwm.ti."tc'U
generally asserted that whatever the out
come tliero wdll be, uo more heresy trial
SOUTHERN BAPTISTS CONVENE.
Dr. Vi. C, riugan of Oeorcta la
St. Loci, Muy 1 1, The, Southern
Baptist convention held It first session
of tho alxty-e.lghth annual meeting this
nfternoon In tho Third Baptist Church
The election brought little chainxn In
tho peibouuvl of tho olli'i-itf mid usultei,
rrcsltlfiit, the Bnv Pr 13 C. Pirv.in,
Macon. Un. j vlco-presldcnls, the Bev. Pis.
C. A. Smith. South f'aiullnai M. IL Wolf.
Texas; J. U. Tlgreitt, Tenriessen ; A. il.
Wa-shburne, Oklahoma, and William Flly
son, Virginia (the butt three be lux tho
only 'tji.w'ViivrJiji.'rf ; 5V.t?;.!7 ti KiKifu.
(leurgla, and O F fingnry, Virginia,
trejhurer, Cfenrg W Not ton, LoulMllle,
Ky , ntidltor, tho He Pr William P
Harvey, HarrodsburK, ICy
Teropnratnrfi In Atlantic City.
Atlantic Citt, May 14. Tho tempera,
tura wu II at noon here to-day.
TO SING "GYPSY LOVE" AGAIN
A. II. Wooda Telia Ilia Plana for
Plna .Veit Senaon,
A H Woods, who returned from F.u
ropo on Tuesday, announced ycterday
that he would make but few new produc
tions until late next season.
K.trly In tlm season he will present
Julian Eltlnge. the Impersonator ot women.
In a new play. It will open at tho Na
tional Theatre. Washington, and later will
be brought to tho Kitlnge Theatre In
West Forty-second street
An elaborate revival of "C.ypsy Ixtve."
bv Fran. I.ehar will be made, with n
Gem. m slngei in the leading role
S.mi Hei mini w U continue Ir. "All for
the I .a l.i s, ' wht. h was presented here
tins se.tsun nt tho Lvrlo Theatre.
Anion,? Mr Woods s new productions
will be "Potash nnd I'erlmutter." based
on the Mnntagui) tiki's stones, which will
be given at the Ciarrlek Theatre, l'h.l.i
rlelphla. on Septeniler l.'i
There will be tlve companies pl.ilnz
"Wl'h'.r. '.'e Law' Thn lnr-don jirem.t re
of 11.- -I -A.i..-'a ..I.- -e.lt I ,'h.. ,.'it,v
at tho Haymarket Theatre on May It
with an Unghsh company now being re
in arse d bv .ir Herbert Tree
CENTURY OPERA INCORPORATED.
Clarence II. MacUai, Olio If. Kahn
nnd Ollirr PlaeU Knterprlae.
Al.'.'T, May 14 The Century Opra
Company nf Manhattan l as been Incor
porated here with a capital of 1300,000 to
sustain, etieotirace and cultivate a taste
fur mush', literattitc and the arts, to erict
and nci'Upv one or more buildings for such
purposes and to jlM'-In New York city
and oth"r .Vm'Hoan cities and In Canada
op' ratio and dramatic performances.
Thn d'rector are Fdnard KellngR
Ililrd, C'..ire!Kfl II. Mnekny, Charles i:
Bhiney, William c. Cornwall. Fdmund 1.
Baylies, M.cir.ee J. Plx. Udward It F'ti h.
Otto II. Kahn, Alvln W. Kreeh, Thomas
W. Lament, Philip M. I.y.llg, Paul M.
Warburg, H irry 1'aMie Whitney, Herman
J. Wlttc and Henry Itogers Wlnthrop of
New York city.
Caaiiianlnl Qalta Opera Airhlle.
Cleofonte Campnnlni. who was recentl
elected director of the Chicago Crand
0iera Company, canni hero yesterday
from Chicago. He will sail for lUvra
this morning on tho France Ills wife
will accompany him
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
MoittTZ H. ItovENSTElK. who died on
Peccmber 29 last, and was a feather
mi'ichant nt -IS Fast Ninth street, left
an latato of li'L'7,MD, of which his son
Hmjamln, got $GI.U25, Incltnllng thn busl
lies. The estate Included real estato
worth $70 000 nnd mortgages of 1122,018.
Thtoo daughters recelied ltd. 257 ach
and th Monti'lloro Home, Mount Slnal
Hospital and tie Home for Old Men and
Aged Couples got Jl.OfiO each.
William II. McCaiitiit, who died on
January IS, 1312, left 12.r..'". which
went to thrco sons and two daughter.
Mart N. M.rK'Kt, who did on Octobar
19 last, left f 174,072 to two brother, a
slater, two nephews and it niece.
Fmancki. HriLNr.n, who died on Janu
ary f),"V'Jfl', 'left an' t state or' more than
;,10,uii0, Ills w.ilow and two daughter
received C2 707 each. Ho guv Mount
Slnnl HosfiltaJ and th Montefloro Homo
Minna Stick Millm, who wa the
daughter of a piano manufacturer and
was estranged from her husbnnd,
Theodore Miller, a drug!", at the tlm of
her death on Peccmber 9, 1911, mada no
will nnd tho entire estatfl of JGt.SGO went
to Mr. Miller.
Jk.skiu Kkhtll'r, who died on February
17 List, left all her property to
Mathilda Andre of 73n West lSlst street,
her daughter by a former husband. Thu
will did not mention her husband, Bruno
11. Kestler of IS Kast 117th Mrcct.
John Calvin Martin. When the con
ttst of two will of John Calvin Martin
wan tesumed In tho Surrogates court yes
terday Pr. Packer, upenntendent of the
Blyetdnle, Sapltarlum. whero CapL Martin
dli-il. said that the decedent wai fnaana
shortly after he mad hi Inst will, and
that lie announced at the tlm that he
Intended to run for Governor of New
Hampshire. The case wa not finished.
William H. Chandler, who died In
Brooklyn on May 3 last, left $90,000, the
bulk of which oe to his eon, Edward H.
Chandltr, and th latttr'a wlfa.
THE LABOR AGITATOR-
Or, the Unsocial Socialist.
EVE OF TAP DAY
FINDS YALE TAME
Cusloninry Haunts of Stuilpnls
A ro Hcsprtpd and Quiet
woxukr Fnj.s the a hi
Two Senior Soriftif Rcportnl
to lip Supportiii"; Si'rrtl.v
New Haven, May 14. Yale ts wonrtcr-
i ins to-nlght what kind of n tap day to-
f nVorrow' wl(i"be. n'Vup iniy 'front' w'flfi'ft
freshmen, sophomores, members of the
faculty, their families, a host of girls
and thf New llnven public will be elim
inated. On the cvo of the elections to tho
three senior secret socletleo, Skull nnd
Bones, Scroll and Keys and Wolfs Head,
Now Haven tins never been more quiet.
A search of tho well lighted places off
the campus, which, nccordlnir to tho very
best Yale fiction, are always sought by
students, disclosed n shocking scnrclty
of them F.verywhei'o It wits alleged
thnt they weto In their rooms studying,
and maybe, they were.
So far tlm celebration has been all
th.il Dcnn Jones could wish. It 1 111
Idea that tup day has been too much of
a circus. In outlining to a. Hl'N reporter
his reasons for maklnff suggestions
which have inlluonccii tho lower class
men In deciding to let the seniors and
Juniors liuvo tap day to themselves he
sit Itl to-night:
"Tho main troublo has been publicity.
Tho Importanco of this oloctlvo func
tion was overemph"slzed until tho stu
dent thi tuselvi'S got an exaggerated
Idea of Its Importiinco. Tap day has
been played up its If It wcro n football
game. Persons who hud no business
there crowded tho cvunpus. Automobllo
parties parked their machines In tho
tltlvo In front of Dwlght Hall. All this
bec.iuso forty-livo boys worn electing;
fortv-tlvn other boys to t -.reo boys' an
cieties." Tin to nro graduates In New Hiivcn
to-night solemnly prophesying that to
inuiruw will bo tho lost tup day, or ut
Icaht that tho etvunt will bo chamreil
beyond recognition after this year. They
point out that tho sophomores flatly
threatened In u, public statement to re
fuso election to thn senior societies next
yonr unless tho men who aro tapped
to-niorrow measure closor tosophomorio
ftunilaril of "icprcsenfatlvo Yalo mon"
than somo of thoso who ltavo b n hon
ored In tlm past
Kn.ln .4 1.. H IVikI. e,, .
i"-lln Ullll. ii-u .lULI k'UJ 11 M.Vtl v..-
p.'tign hy two senior societies. It Is
said and not denlexl that memibers of
Wolf's Henri, which la th youngest of
tho "ills Three," nnd of Ellhu. Club, a
fourth society, which Is ven younger
unrt ban tho habit of notlfylnar lta can
didate by "mall, conferred with tho
nophnmor leaders and really Inspired
tho Insurgent petition of tha 200
Seniors and Junior, whllo itenernlly
ngreelng with the sophomores thnt there
Is need of reform In Yale fpcity meth
ml, are nut Jncllncil to lalio dtrioualy
the bolting threat. Thoy re saying
that n Hophomoro'H will Is tho wind's
will unrt that tho eonlor nocletles will
look very differently n year from now
when tln rresent protestants become
5'.(ntor? and eitgihlo to membersWp In
what olio of Owen Johnson's hcroca
cnllcil "This mumbo-Jumbo, fe-Il-fo-fum,
high cockalorum business."
Anyway, this much 1 assured: Th
froshmen by unanimous vote have
agreed to stay off tho campus between
6 and 6 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
The ophotnoraj r aspect ad to tie
likewise and tho faculty will bo havlmg
tea in tho forestry building far from
tho sound of back whacking. No out
siders are to be admitted to dormitories
overlooking tho campus, and tho univer
sity policemen. Jim Donnelly and Willis
Welser, will guard the portals with
Ah usual tinder class men nro lugging
around sheets on which their guesses
as to who will lo slapped on tap day
arc recorded. They think that nmonp
thoso uro to be tupped for Bones aro
t'apt. Ketcham n the football tem.
Stoddard King, managing editor and
Oeorgu Fntterson, business manager of
l!i iMffj .Vcs; Henry Hohsnn, tho
crew manager; H. D. Davis, football
. manager: Hen Avery of tho eleven,
I'letn Cilles. baseball pitcher; I'ercy Cor
nish of the baseball and football teams,
Arthur Clark of the "prom" committee
and Almet V. .lenks.
others mentioned ns possibilities are
John Kllbreth. manager of nrxt year's
Hack learn. Njwbolil Xoyes of the Yale
1. it board, .ieorge ii, Jones, son of the
V' 'l l!.'n.'?f,'f il I'ones man, Scott
Faniiiise of the .'if, SliepparJ, tho soc"-'
cep captain, und Hob Walker and Tom
Daniel of tho prom committee.
Those mentioned as likely to co t
Keys arc Hob Douglas, chairman of the
Yale Dally Sewn; Ed l'helps, Lindsay
Bradford, leader of the mandolin club;
Fred Blackburn of the Dally .Yetc.t,
Sloan Colt, the glee club manager; Percy
Dorigo of tho gleo club. Kmerson Tuttle,
manager of tho tennis team; Bill Innls,
the gloo club leader; Nat Wheeler, the
quarterback, and Dick Dyer.
Wolf Head selections are most un
certain. Somo f tho men boosted for
that society are Cieorge Lord, Bus
Brown, tho pitcher; Carter Phelps,
Thomas M, Day and George l.evrrmore.
Some Who Will Sail To-dar tow
Eurnps and the Indlea.
Sailing to-day by tho French liner
France for Havre:
AIcyAdcr A. Aumiitui Ilealy
Mr nml Mrs. Illytha 1 hotnns IUstlng
Walter Uranrli Mr and Mra. Arthur
Mr. mat Mr&. Irvine llaniturrmrln
llrokuw ,r and Mr. Aurusrui
Mr. tun! Mm. It. Living- Jay
stmi llrrritman Mri. .Stanley ilrCor-
f" K. Chesehrough mirk .
Mls l.'llzAbetli Adelaide Mrs. Hermann Oelrtchi
Cntitiou Vlneouni de Hiuroutae
Mr. and Mrs.Campanlnl Mr. and Mrs. J, A,
Mi. and Mri. William Harient
MltkUcrtbaCoolldte Col. and Mrs, IlobenM.
Mr. and Mra. 1. Y, Thompnoa
Dnllei Mr. and i!r.n.W. Webb
Dr. and Mrs. 11. Dert Mra. J Wlie
Dim Mri Huan Dlmook
Passengers by the White Star liner
Baltic for Queenstown and Liverpool;
(I. W. Harlow Mr. nnd Mra. John
Col. J. . Ilenton Maltlnnd
A. II. Cnnicnter Mr. and Mra. W, D.
Col. it H. Iiigby Olrnnend
Uhi llnrrlet 11. Enas Walter lllnea Pate
Sir William Treloar Mrs. John I'urser.J
Mra. KlrkeLathrim Jlev Dr, W. Hamilton
Mrs. Allenti V. Slukrn tinciiee
Kenr Admiral and Mra. II. N. .Southworth
..U-.K.-YaaKeypen Mr Kdmund and Lad
Mrs. U .M.. Soneit Walker
Mrs. cnas. P. Riokea
By the United Fruit steamship JUral
raute, for Jamaica, Colon and Santa.
..;. . yn .
I.. C. Iloitrrs
A. II, c'aie
Mr. and Mra. reward
R, 5irAI .
F.. A. Smart
PEACE MEN SEE LIBERTY BELL.
DeleaTBtra From KnaTllak Speavktac
Nations at Independence Hall.
Philapiu-hu, May U. The peaoe
iuhllee delegates from English epaalcln
nation who have been amenta of the city
alnco yesterday were taken In motor
cars to thn library of tho Historical So
ciety, thenco to Independence Hall and
lator to the plant of tho Curtla Tubllsh
Ir.s Compar.. They then vlaitti. the ho.ne
of Fiedarlo H. Strawbrldge at German
town for luncheon.
Considerable Interest waa manifested
by the visitor In Independence Hall and
the Liberty Bell. They paused to rate
upon the old piece of metal which pro
claimed American Independence but mad
fuw ecmtrients They left tc-night for
B. It. Duke Benta Vlllard Eat ate,
Worthtntion Whltehouao hu ranted for
Mra. Henry Vlllard to Benjamin N. Duke
her estate at Dobb Ferry, N, TM ootulit
Ing of a large houee. atabla, carsT and
XI 0 acrei of land. ,
COMSTOCK AND ORTIZ
iMcaniiiiif .Mitio i.i 1 1 ic .mji iii is i
if... t , , a a
riotlicil iii Sltiro
m'T snn may co.mi; mack
It All Drponds on Pnrily Apos
tle's Accopliiiifp of A rl
Tho petoido young lady wlm wenin
only a small patio of pit tutn gilts n elio
wades near tho beach in Paul ('halms'
"Matllirii tin Scptembro" usually ttatii
lated "Sepjlember MornitiR," bill H'ccntly,
especially by reform folk, "A Haw Sep
tember MornitiR" after beillR out again
by order of Anthony Cntitilock ami in
again by order of M. l'hllippo nrti nf
the picture house of Hratiit yesiertlay wa
out again so far ns tho Hniiin wtntlow wn
Mademoiselle, who give further o-
temnl evldenin of Iioiiir n da tighter nf
old M. Fltinlguii in that oven though she
never hns on again everything Is nil . may
have retired from tho Hr.mti window
yesterday, but sho did in a criiiimn
blush of victory. For M I'lnlippo Drti.
who hud hatitled forth the tillimatum to
Mr Cotnstock when Ilio well known
militant purist had ordered tlm lntly I mm
tho stteet window that sho would stay
tight where" sho was, wants it distinctly
understood that tho lntly was withdrawn
not bcc.iusH of ottleis but becaiin' of M
Ortiz's own hweet will
Nowepnper readers who had lead nf
the Comslock command to lake the vnung
woman back whero tho shadows of tho
storo might b wrappeil around her
began to gather in front of tho whitlows
in Went Forty-sixth street to liao a
look. Busy lnisinoss persons hurrying
from South Orangn or (treat .South Hav
or Soiithport to their oftlces in Mint hern
Manhattan nl.M began to cut across lot
by going north to Forty-sUlli stteet
after arriving in Manhattan and then
turning around and going to work upon
learning that the only way to get near
enough to lake u look into tho window
w-as to beat earlier bilds to it by staying
in lino nil night
M. Philippe Ortiz, with a realization
thnt great art must wear an appearance
of dignity even if adorned with nothing
else, decided yesterday that inn much
was plenty. As the nibble around tho
window grew anil grew and grew, tho
crowd of each succeeding day doubling
that of the day before, M. Orti. reached
into the window regardless of a marked
proneness townrd frivolity by thn owners
of noses flattened against the window
and took up tho little nude lady und
carried her from beyond the range of
"I gave Mr Cotnstock tlve days to mnko
good his throats in caso 1 should disobey
hi orders to remove tho picture from tho
i winnow, -m rniiii) no urn, said later.
i "The flvo dnvs aro up ami he has not done
tativtnlng. l-.ven wmt an ttieso crowtis
in front of the windows intcifering with
business I should not have taken tho
picture from the window until tho live
' davs were ended
Ilut now the crowds plus tho tlvn dav
(victory make tho matter something cl-'o
-again When a collector who tried yp-
terday forenoon to get inside tho M.ii-on
, Hr.iun to sen .m iirtiJ: turn nati so nttio
success In butting a w.iv through tho
I crowd that tho collctor had t.i g.j iifufjn.l
tho corner to telephone M Ortiz t beat
a wav for him from tho in-ido out to let
him in. then M Philippe decided that lio'il
call on tho truo show
Furthermore, wild M Orti it is n rule
of tho firm that no icturc is remain
".September MorntirR" maid had been
in the window almost two week-, and she
was tlm lone e.ceptinh to the mic !-t-ausi)
M. Philippe had duliled thai wlml
shoultl bo shown to Mr. Com-tock should
be shown to him. M Philippe hud tho
last word when ho ml yesterday after
noon that if Mr lom-tock dares" him to
put the picture in the window again
just for that into tho window sho will go
"Just let him dare me!" cried M. Ortiz
"Ah." breathed Mr Com-tock with
something of relief in tho sigh when told
that tho Tudy had been taken from th
windeiw "Hut." ho cried as ho warmed
up again, "if this man Ortiz dares to mil
any of the Salon pictures tho courts luivo
condemned into his window they'll bo
seized. They shall bo declared con
traband. I daro him to do it."
"I dare him to dare me." said M. Ortiz.
which was tho last word as tho store
closed for tho night.
LATEST THOUGHTS ON GRAFT.
Who Care About Couuestlnn .Voir,
Wonder thn Mmjot.
Muyor tSaynor believes that the nues
tlon ot the congestion of imputation In
large cities Is not "exulting its much at
tention here In New York" as "the case
of one pollcemnn who takes graft "
This belief the Mayor expressed yes
terddy In a letter to the Jl.tgee Carpet
Company of Bloomsburg, Pa., which has
been complaining to the Mayor of the
scarcity of laborers. The Maor's letter
"You tell me In your letter that you
frequently read In the dally papers of
people who cannot get work and evn
commit suicide In despair therefmni. You
say you greatly need workers and cannot
get them that you could give profitable
work to 1,100 more, people to-day if they
would come to your town
"The question Is a great one Hut
very few aro thinking of It. It doea not
excite as niueh attention into as the
case Df one polkc.nan who t.il.c r.if!
How this human race of ours has stum
bled and bungled along fium tho begin
nlng to this hour! But let us not b
despondent, Things grow better all the
Benjamin F. I'.vnn.
MoRfuerowx, K. .1,. Mnv 14. Benjamin
Franklin Evan rilod to-day at his home,
tho Twin Oake. after nn Illness ot six
months. Mr Fvans was born In Cin
cinnati In 1843 Hnd came to Morrlstown
twenty-two yeai nsTi, after rellrlng
from tho banking buslne in Cincinnati.
Ho is survived by it widow and thivn
daughters. He wa a member of the
Union League Club of New York city
lire. Start a Catherine Illnke.
Boston, May 14. A cablo despatch
from Borne to-day announced the death
there of Mrs. Maria Catherine Blake, On
years old, who went abroad In April for
a motor trip, accompanied by her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mm. Will
lam O. Blake, Her hunbaud died about
twenty years uso.
Jndme William II. Foi.
Boston, May 14. Judge WIIIIhiii II
Fox. 7 yearn old, Presiding Justice of the
First Bristol District Court for forty-eight
years, died suddenly of heart dlacaae nt
Taunton to-day. In 1178 he waa Mayor
ART STUDENTS GET PRIZES.
'three -i-IiiiiiN l:lillill t'lclarea alnft
Th'- art students mny not Ink iri
Mslblo a i.it t In tho life of New York
as in Paris, lull It ie:lnp about thi
lime eery year that we have a reuK-ci-abli)
number of llietti with ti Just th
sunn It I tho season for th annual
showing of what the student have ac
i (impllslied in the ear
At the Art ! .udeitt League In th Fin
rt H'lthllng. on Wtst Flf tv.e'cnth
stteet. tliete nro more than I 300 pupil,
it ml .ill of them llguto lit the Immense
exhibition which fill the entire building.
Iti sides the le.igno two other art school
b.ie student shows this week, the School
of Apillid Design for Women, nt IxlliR
ton aveiiuo and Thirtieth street, and the
Clinton I'etei s classes in tlm Powell An
t iallerles, on MiMh avenue
At Ilio bagile the rhief Interest lay
In tin- awarding of the general scholarship
for drawing, which went to Cnrlctnn
Sinionson, nnd In tho William T F.vans
pn.c of loo for ii n interior decoration,
which was won bv F.liner Talllnger.
other prizes were the $too prize for
painting. Antonio H.irone, general scholar
ship for painting, Pauline William; $7
prize lor etching, Hobert W Johnson; $60
Saltan prlo for ntitlipii'. S. F Ootsdacker;
Saint ijaiiileiis prize. $7!i for sculpture.
Lillian liner, s.uiit ti.tudeus modelling
run, position. $.' .. to Miss Lawsoit, and
the follow Ing scholarship
.1 F Slavilt. Melos Piltner. Mary Helen
r.ltini, tilniHs iiin'h, Kenneth Ilartwell.
C'ltinno Crane, W A. I.ooml. Keglnald
Sum-. Juliette Frnser, Mls Ver Planck,
Frank Parker, tieorge Tern, Hester Mil
ti", llerol S ble. I. '.i II Chase. Nora
Hamilton, .locphlne Mallotiee. Elliot Dold,
T ! Ward. Will Ha'lev, Bohert Tolman.
Mr filenn llinstutw and Juliette Frner
Two unusual feature In tho league show
are tho etching exhibit and the work of
the paint ng cla under Kenneth Hnye
Millet The etching class I Instructed
bv Voiteet prelsslg and the examples In-
Itide mezzotint, stipple, dry point and
.olor etchings The paintings In Mr. Mil-
li r's class are Itl extremely pretty color
and there i n constant efTort to use the
tnd firun the life model In a decorative
At the s- hool of Applied Design for
Women diplomas were given to fourteen
gt.idiiate etcrthty and nn address was
made by Mi- I'.iffm, lint srt critic, who
p.ii-tieul trly nddress.vl himself to thi
anhltertur.il students. The tlrt archl
tectitrnl jirlze of o wa nwarded to
Helen Craig Other prizes were. Costume
life ilass, n Wright, antlnuo drawdn.
Flfle Duncan; fashion rielgn, H. Rold;
elenientary tteholarshlp. Myra Cllft, flpwer
painting, M H.ilste.id; cover design, R,
JenHns. conventlonHllzatlon. Lillian
Klein, textile. C Pearson, wall paper,
A Freuenherg, and elementary design. It
In 'Xrxr York To-dar.
American Booksellers Association, con
vention, Hotel Astor, 10 A. M ; banquet
ti.no p M
The New York School of Applied De
sign for Women, exhibition. 160 Lexington
tiM'iiue, 10 A. M to ii P M.
Conference of Charities and Correction,
morning nnd afternoon, at Assembly Hall.
I'm ted Charities Building. 105 East
Pnn-Ainerlcan Society, dinner Waldorf
Astoria. 7 P M
National Flectrlc Association of Phy
sicians, annual meeting. 233 East Thlrty-si-ond
street, S 35 P M
National Association of Sto-e Manu
facturers, convention. Hotel Astor. 10
National Machine Tool Builders Asso
ciation, convention. Hotel Ator. 10 X. M.
International Sunshine Society, con
vention. Hotel Majestic.
Mra. Hands Itcnl Newport lions.
Do Blots & Eldrldge hae rented the
Boone cottage, on tho ueaterly side of
Bhode lland nvnue, Newport, to Mrs
Austin I, Sand of Manhattan.
J.'.rKff'? --ItANi'l' -Or. 'WViJnuiday. Mjr
11, at th- resldi'tirn of the bride, 64 Wrat
I'oiu'-tilntli street, by the Uev. Dr,
Frank O.Ier lir.ll, Mra. Charles Cook
itiinsiitu to Iir Krs nk W Jackson.
WCATIimiS rusillNC on Wednaalay,
May II, nt It Mann avanu. Seat
- v- -, -isriK 1
J. McPhorann. Kdna. dnuchter of Mr.
.Iuilt C I'ushlng and th late O. W. M.
cuslilnx. to Mel Alexandar Waathare ef
New Vork city.
DICKINSON At Amharat. Masi.. Mar It,
Ku.an HunttnEton Qllbert, wlfa of tha
lata William Austin Dickinson.
DUMIIKI.I,. Suddenly, at Pantlasn. Cuba,
nn Saturday, May 10. JUJ, Hufb Bel-w-vn.
son of tha lata ltev. Gora W.
ami OeorslHtia Mnrv Dumbell, la th
list year of hla use.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ROHDO.V On Tueaday, Mny II. ltl, Mary
hniyths tlordon. at 13: West Forty
Funeral servlrea will h held In tS
chantry of Hi Thomaa'a Church, rifth
mentie and rifty-tblrd atreel. on Thurs
day, at IJ o'clock noon. Kindly omit
linnets Cleveland and Europtan pa
pets pieoao copy.
Iiem.itn -ns "THE FUNERAL
CHUItCH." :il West Twenty-thlrd
stteet (C.im.ljfll Bulldlnf). Funeral
St Vincent de Paul Church Friday, It
HAItniHON. On May II. 1H. c. Leland.
sou ot Uinlly Leland and tha late John
Harrison of Philadelphia, In hla fifty
riinernl i-r)lce at his lata residence. 1431
Locust street, Philadelphia, Thursday,
May 15, nt 11 o'clock. Interment pri
vate. Please omit nowera.
l.nilKrncimt. -At Newark. N. J oa
TueaiU), May t, mil, Jullua A. Leb
kmc her. in Ida sixty. ninth year.
Funeral serUea will be hold at hla late
home, leo Clinton avenue. "Newark. N. J
on Frlilti). May 1-S, at 2:30 P.M.
bTAATij. Muy II, lull, In Ualtlmors, Md ,
1'Iilllp Hcliuyi'r 8taats, nged tt years,
beloved husband of Ktnella Banner
Funeral service at his late rasldanoa,
Hi West IMtli street. Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Mambare of B. P. O.
i;. White Uat of America, F, O. T.
M A. and Mualclana' Union invited to
TUCKr.n Kiiddenly, a Attuitio City, K J.
on Uiy 14, 1611. Oharlea II Tucker.
Duo nolle of funeml will be slven f'em
tit his lais resldsnee, Uoutd Brook, N, A
VANDEItHOliF At Lakewool, N J en .
Tueaduy morning, May 1J, tary
Ulauvelt, widow of N, B, w, Vander-
horf, In her elihty-Arat ytar.
Funeral at the Colltglale Church ef M.
Nicholas. Fifth avenua aad Forty-ebjhth
street, on Thursday mornins. May la, at
10 o'clock. Interment at convenience sf
WAIiE.-On Tuesday, May It, 1911, Denial
T. Wadu, In tha atvanty-fdurih yr tf
Funeral ncnlees at his late residence. III
K.'isi 1'orty-slvth street, on Thursday
ifternnnu, May H, nt I o'. lock
WALSH -) Tuea.tay, May 13, 19 12, Minnie
v.. WuMi. ne I'lrettl, widow of Dr. R,
Wnlili and daushlar nf Mary A. and
the lalv IKnnentco I'lrettl. at tha raal
rlenro of her mother, (ii Third street,
Ittqulcm muss Thursday mornins at tile
m tha Church of ft, Frencla Xavler,
Hlxth avonue and Carroll atfeat. Inter
mont Holy 'Oroes Cematary!"
aica. foivals.ceuis Carrledi Hat ass
IS. as In Manhattan anil sn reals till OutaMS
FIANK E. CAMPIEU, W,,!.