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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1913.
SUMMER COLONY IS
CUT OFF BY STORM
niiiIIiiiiiiiImi Folks Also Forced'
lo I'se Cimdles for
(ini; norsK is sthfck
jit.. iitlinir mid Her I aiiii h trr
in Ii'ooiii Tlirouirh Wli icli
i v ,rnN. S Y Arm. II As far
' coniiutlnlentloti Is ooncetlicil
i. w.n iiit off from the outside
. i i the electric storm of vestcrday
,,, n .on which did much damage. N'ot
. . . telephones ntit of commission,
.i hi ii' the dectrlc lights In most of
, ,uc, and there was a hurry and
t Mud candles enough for lighting
lomf- Lamps wetc out of- the question,
t !, ne Sunday, all the shops were, of
ii., . nd.
r i, -I 'ini broke about 3:30, when many
v . jvlng Inticlioon parlies or were out
the afternoon drive, and all were
.'.t-.l t" cck safety In any house or club
i ' was near.
s i af'e- the storm broke the house In
Mret hi; House laii" occupied by Mis.
Wilt. cutting and her daughter. Miss
.1,,, .i'i.i Cutting, was truck by llKlltidtfw
. -id although both were In a room
t i ""ij'i Witch the bolt passed neither was
, t'l .il A big chimney at the front of
Viilse was dtmollhcd.
I . is passage through the room where
v Cuttm-; and her daughter were the
' to-e thiolnh the hi Irk fireplace,
,pm1 all tne plaster from the celling ami
i,;m v i as-ed through the side wall and
i ie shingles, leaving a circular hole. In
Id tion to the h"ck, from which they
, ncKly recovelcd, Mrs. and Mls Cutting
were cox end with mortar and brick dust.
Threr Colters Mtmnril.
Sherman Iay. .lames 1!. Sawyer and
Mori is Carnegie wore playing golf on
ru links of the Slilnnecoek Hills Coif
i'ub and were all knocked down by
chtii tip and made semi-conscious for a
w minutes. When lie recovered Mr.
l'av found that the gold cigarette case
l !!s pocket had been wrldeil together.
' t night another storm came up. Dur-
h Its passage I'rs. H. II. Thorp and
..ofipli Wheelwright were performing
.ii' iieratlon for apiiendicltls at the South
.mpt. n Hospital .lu-t as the appendix
. : the patient had been lifted out all
i.e. lights In the operating room were ex
t -lgiittdicd. and for ten minutes In total
in.knesH Dr. Thorp held the appendix In
s hands until a H'.uu titrlit li.nl been ad
usted Fortunately nothing more serious
' ..ppened to tile patient and the operation
i.iriled out with success,
some bams vvero burned, lint there
is no loss of human life. Singularly
"iirIi the Southaniptoiiltes who were,
v ? tun; esterday afternoon In Unst
Hampton did not encounter any stoim
Tennis Tiiiimet UeKlu.
T'ie Inv nation lawn tennis tournament
iiepan this afternoon on the courts of the
Meadow flub, ami there was a fairly good
.tialanie, which will Increase nt the
'i I. goes on. Among those staled on
he verandas of the clubhouse to watch
he tournament were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Valioil, Mr and Mrs. S. Harold Five
lau. Hegluald Droolcs, Hugi-no Hlgglns,
Mrs. Thomas I!und who was Miss May
Mittoi tif San l-'r.im imi . Mi.-. Karl Itehr.
lr. and Mrs. HltlUKe T Warner. Mrs.
V Harry Motley. .Mr. and Mis. IMward
Hoy. Jr.. Dr. and "ii . Itolnit O.
I.les, Mrs. .1. I'lederle Kernochaii, Miss
weretta Kernochaii. Mr, and Mrs.
leiiry It. Ilea. II. It. Itea. Jr.. .Miss
net Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. lieorwo
iMiliiitin, Sydney S. llreese. (!. WarrliiK
o i I'urtls. Mr. and Mis. William Manlce,
Kdwanl 1.. Keyes, Mr. nml Mis. Lewis
n ou. Stanhope Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
d Kes-Ier, Mr. and Mrs. James K.
.! vler. Mr. and .Mrs. llvurKu T. Maxwell,
I'uhald (J. Mcllwalne 2d, Mr. and Mrs.
I' Stilliuan, Janus I.. Itarclay and
ar. all the younger members of tlio
Several dances aio lo be Riven this
lv In connection with tin- tournament.
Mr- Henry 1!. Itea will k!vo one on
M'xlnesday night and Mrs. I", A. Valcn
i i. one on Thursday. Mrs. He I.ancey
"U.- on I'rida.v will be on a larse
- i .mil Dure will be a floor for dnnelni!
mil on the lawn of Wlndytnere.
The nce to be given by Mrs. Howard
ltrnka Saturday night will be one of
ie most Important of the summer and
ere will be the regular dance at the
Meadow- ('lull. Mrs. Hurry W. Sage's
ji'-e of to-morrow night will I, for
. "Ullff people
Mi mid Mrs. Clallam V. Illandy, who
-f ie from White l-ost. Va., will give
rt'iiiier to-morrow night at the .Meadow
m n..iK the recent arrivals here are
l.iiL-fne llicKlns of Purls, who Is lsltlng
irtrm ' ,J Itiooks ; Mr. and Mrs. I, Town
lid Mil. di ii, Jr.,, Miss Kvcl.wi Iturileu
i nil J i.nrilon Douglass. Shipley Jones,
"lo a -ivmI recently from Kuiope, is
siting Mr and Mrs. Henry Asher Hob
I ns h ' Asher Uuuse. Ills sister, Mrs.
!."Us 'I llovt. Is still In Kuropo. and will
' I i ft urn until October.
H.irvt . l.ad.nv uud his hlster. 31l
I"-ii l..nlew, who were with Mr. and
Mis. J Harper Poor in KaHthampton, re
' 'led Mterday by uutomobllo to (Jlen
' Mlm llopeton Atteibury, who camu
' i Si.irsdale, x, Y for th race meet
' ' last Saturday, has been visiting Mr.
: "1 Mrs. Itlchaul .Vcwton, Jr., at Kast
'iptoti, uml liiiiithcr of their guests Is
''' rse p .Messervy, who Is pusHlng the
' uir at the White Oak, Ida country
I ti Potttrsvllle, N, J,
''s. John II. Hradfoid will glvn x
! dinner followed by bridge to-uiorrov
k ' at Plus in- l,yn. After a vlult with
M a id Mrs. S. Oakley Vallderixiel In
1 t M iinplon Mr. and Mrs. I.otils Towns.
i Montaut have returnt-d to Oyater
' ' J Metcalfe Thomas gnvo a dinner
' enlng al the Dunes for her cousins
fieorgu S, Patterson and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Kllph.ilBt Nott Pot
' Mount Klseo. ,'. v., havo taken for
' ti .diiiler of the summer the house of
' h' I Mis. Charles Steele, who are now
ipe Mr. and .Mrs. t.'ourtlnndt I'
.il are visiting Mr. nnd Mr. Jarnc
t'nrly for Cliililreii.
M c I Slovens I'lman will give a
' tor children to-rnoriow jifteriioon in
'jiinion south c-ottugo In t'lrt Neck
nnr.g the recent arrivals ut tho Irving
are Mr. Mini Mrs. H. I.o Hoy Whlt
Uastave Kissel, Itudolpli II, Kissel,
' U Wmdill, CIlfTonl It. tlratz and
irid Mrs, Hubert I.o Hoy. Mrs, (Jus-
F ToiieliHtil will fiiimi from New
t iiiiiiiu'.v to Join her husband, who
'i.ttred tho tennis tournament here,
hey win tuy at the Shlnnecock Hills
' ' ''lull iIiiiIiik tho week.
' s. William liradley and Ml Hello
' 'lev of Now York and Minn Kills
1 " Wliidle of Philadelphia uftcr i motor
1 throuch Now llnirliirid arrived Intra
" urd.iy and aio vIsIIIiik Krarik Hrad
who leeently purchased tho Woodit
' ' in Hlldgeliampton.
' ss Josephlno Nil oil escaped a serloui
dent to-day She was running mr
car and at Itildgi haiuptoii by her
fseme of mind escaped running Into a
'"vine train or curs, which hhe hud rint
i" n In tlm to atop htr motor, Bh
Middenly Meeicd the car Into ttio clltcli
along-ldo the milium! truck unci whlln
her our was damaged, neither hhu or her
companion, u young woman, was Injured.
Mr. ami Mr. .Stephen It. llrown und Mr.
mid Mrs. Wlllnrd S, Urown have returned
from New Votk. Mrs. Ocorge It, Uemt
and Minn Hcntricu Uttid havo been visit
ing Mrs, lluchaiiaii Wlnthrop. Mr. Hid
Mid. I'ltlngu F. Warner of New York are
visiting Mr. mid Mix. John 1'. Harris.
Mrs. Lewis Nixon will give a small
dance for her son, Stanhope Nixon, to
morrow night at the Kchermitrhorii red
cottage. There will ho about 100 guests.
BAR HARBOR CHILDREN DANCE.
Mrs. tlrren In llostrsa Ml XvtlmmlnK
IUii Haiiiioii. Me., Aug. II. -Children
look part In the uftcrnoon dance nt thn
Swimming club to-iluy ami they made a
prelty tilcture in their fancy costumes.
Mrs. lidgar Hcntt look four ehlldreti nnd
Mrs. A. Y. Stewart three, .Male, Kule and
Tony, Mrs, Henry Ijuio Kuo look four
and Mr-. Kilwln M Krido three. One of
Hie joungest was John Bacon Aspegren.
Mrs. Henry M. Dlrnnck received and Mrs.
William Ijiwrenee (Ireen wns hostess.
As-MIng with the game wore Mrs. JatuP4
Mitchell, Mrs. Kale I,ee llnrinon and Jlrs.
Mrs. James Mitchell was hostess nt a
luncheon at the Sulmming Club. In her
party Mere Mr. J. It. Ogden, Mr-s. William
Uiwrence (Ireen, Mrs. Ilurlnu Harrison,
Miss Williams, Mrs. Frames Musgrave,
Mrs. I'.. It. Mears. Mrs Y Stewart, Mrs.
ictorCnshuian, Miss Myer, Mrs. Kreemnnt-
Slnllli iitifl Mis Arthur I'stiv 11 nnntlier
j table Mrs. John Thatcher had as guests
Mrs. Itlcluird Manning, Mrs. Warner Mif
flin Leeds, Mr-. I'l-cher, Mrs. J, Allen Towns,
end. Mr-. It Hall McCormlek. Mrs. William
.1 (iibson, Mrs. Klien Siott, Mls Kate I,ee
Harmon and Mr. Sheflleld Phelps, Mrs,
Van Uens.i'laer of Northeast Harbor had a
party of gnosis Including Mr. ami Mr.
Imiton. .Mrs. W. 1. Par-oiis. Mr. and Mrs.
I lines, Mr, and Mrs (M rainier, Ms Frances
Peters and Mrs, Muitlan.t.
'I he dam e in the evening at the Swim
ming Club brought out many attractive
eotiinies. It also was under the patron
age of Mrs. William Lawrence Oreen.
There were sewral dinner parties pre
ceding the dance. Mr and Mrs. William
Ijiwrence tireen had eighteen guests,
Dr and Mrs, James Mitchell, Mrs, A. Y
Stewart, Miss Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. (leratd
Holsman, Mr, Harding and Lloyd Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Scott, Mr and Mm.
llenjnmiii Chew, Mr. and Mrs. S. Megargee
Wright. Mrs. Hubert McCormlek, Mrs. W.
A. Taylor. H. M. 'Tllford and Mr. and Mrs.
John S lingers, also gave dinners
Mr-. Warner Mifflin Leeds will be hostess
at a luncheon at her cottage to-day.
Mr-. 'Thomas Walsh will be hostess at n
luncheon on August in and at a dinner
party on August si for her guest, Mrs.
itiarri-ou, wife of the Secretary of War
, To-morrow morning the Colderno Trio will
, give the third of a series of chamber recitals
at llriar Chft'e, Mrs. Walsh's home.
Mrs. Joseph l.eiter, who had been the
'guest of Hr. and Mr-. James Mitchell,
lell here bill will return later. Her little
! -on 'I homas is still here.
I Miss Margaret lllair of Teaneik, V J ,
' and her tlance. William Clark, vi-lted the
, I). C lllairs at lllair Kyne 'Their wedding
will take place on September W at Tcaneok
T he annual miuatic sports or the Swimming
, Club will take place next Monday,
j W P Draper has returned rrom New York.
Otto Kahn I- in New ork
YACHTSMEN ARE ENTERTAINED.
nrrnuanitett I'lrr CottnKers
traded liy l'olo Aim,
.V.itiuoAXsbTr Pn:rr, Aug. It. Many
Xarraganseit cottagers motored to the
Point Judith Polo Club grounds to-day to
wltne-- lite games.
ol James Klversnn, Jr , of Philadelphia
arrived here with a yachtliu' party on
ho. ml the yacht Allegro He was accom
panied by Lteuteiiaut-Coiiiuiander II.
Kealing and Ml-. Keating of New pol l.
1. I. Smith, Morton Wlstnr Smith and
W. 1 Slow- of New ork. 'I he yacht Mar
garet, with Capt. Isaac II. Liuerson und
Mr-. Kmerson on board, also arrived. Mr.
and Mr-. 1'. S. MeAdoo and Mr and Mr-,
lia-tiiigs Arnold were among the Liner-son-'
giie-t-. Henry I' l.lppitt'- yacht,
the Magnet, arrived.
I.ieiitciiaut-Comiu.iiider Carlos Cusachs
of Auuapoll-, ( '.'i pi Isaac L. Kinersoii and
.Mrs. Lmer-oii, Mr. and Mr-. Henry II. Katie,
Mr and Mrs. 1' S Mr Idoo. Mrs. A. II. Lam
bert, Karle Alexander, John C Calhoun,
and Harry D. Hollow ay of Philadelphia
and Mis. F. Cruger Ldgerton were the
guests of Uaymoinl Almlral at a dinner
at the Casino.
Mr. and Mrs. V. W Thayer of Huston.
Mr-. Thornton N Motley, Mr James F.
.Mathews of New Yolk, D. C. Patterson of
the F. S. S. Wyoming anil Fordhaui Mor
gan of Philadelphia are arrivals at the (Hail
stone. F. A. 'Thomson, Jr., P. S. N.i Mrs.
C. F. (loddard or Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam W. Ileaton, Miss Thornton and Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. Hunt of Garden City, L. L,
are at the Mat hew sou.
Itegistered at the Casino are Mr ami
Mrs. John Moorhead, Jr.. of Pitt-burg,
(.'dpt. L. Mason'tiullck of the t' S. S. Arkan
sas, Mrs. (iulick, W. It. Vauauken, 1 . H. .V.
and Mrs, Yanaukeii of Louisville
DEWEYS ARE GUESTS AT LENOX.
Charles l.anler (ilven Luncheon for
Admiral and 111 Wife,
Lh.vix, Mass., Aug. II. Mr-. (Unison (.
Cable, who returneil from a Kuropeau trip,
is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Cobb in
Pittsfleld. Charles Lanier entertained at
luncheon for Admiral and Mrs, (ieorge
Dewey this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
H. Chnate were hosts at dinner, entertain
lug lor Mr. and Mrs. Frank A Sterling of
Cleveland, Mrs. Illcliard Watson (lllder
entertained at luncheon at hour llrooit farm
for Prof, and Mrs. Thomas J. Preston. Jr..
Mrs. W. F,. 'Taylor of New York has ar
rived at the Hotel Aspiuwall for tlm re
mainder of tho season. MIsh Harriet K
Wells entertained at luncheon at Ci.rlis
Hotel. Francis McVeagli, who liatl Iieen
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kedwlck,
has gone to Dublin. N. II, Mrs, Thomas
Denv has us her guostti nr. and .Mrs. iiutsey
L, Wood of New York. Miss Carmen L.
Martinez will leave Pittsfleld to-morrow to
visit friends In New Canaan, Conn,
Mrs. John Ktruthers anil Miss Virginia
Struthers of Philadelphia arrived to-night
nt tho Curtis House, (ieorge (iriswold
Haven, Jr., ami (ieorge (iriswold Haven :n,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Woodward
Haven al Inglesldo III Ktockbrldgo. Miss
Anna lloelkerof New- York Is a guest of Mr
Kdwln T. lilce In Nlockbrldgo.
Mrs, Henry (!. Campbell and her daiighnr,
Mrs, Jean do Vllllers, started to-day for
New York, Mrs. Campbell will go to Hot
Springs. Ya., and Mrs. do Vllllers will re
turn to thn Curtis Hotel,
Miss lMlth Wulbrldgo, (laughter or Mr.
and Mrs. F. F.. Wulbrldgo of Now York, won
thn Hotel Asplnwnll tennis cup by defeating
Miss Kthel Hlarid or New York in tho finals,
Mrs, itaiidolph Morgan Applvton or
Huston In Hio guest or Mrs. J. Frederick
Siheiitk nt Valley Head. Miss Clementina
FurnUs has Issued cards for a luncheon
at IMgccomb to-iiiorrow. Mrs. truest II,
Adee, William V. Atiim of Tuxedo, Miss
I.nulsn Fitzgerald of Harrison, N. Y,, and
Miss Elizabeth M. Lynch of Hhlncbeok, who
hail been nt the llsxl Lion Inn, Htockbrldge,
departed to-day for Poland Springs. Dr.
and Mrs. L. II. Cragln havo ono to the
Dr and Mrs, L. II, Itaymomf of New York
arrived to-day at lieatou Hull, Htockbrldge,
Mis. Joseph I). Iloyland of New York, who
has lieon at tho Itod Lion Inn, will leave hero
to-morrow lor Harden City, h. 1.
DR. SHAW SAYS ANT1S
"Vultures." Slip Says, to Clout
Over One Split, Skirt in
Dr Anna Howard Shaw, president of
the National Woman Suffrage AmocIii
lion, say? that she for one won't call tho
ami's "conservationists," a they request.
"They aren't 'conerv.itlot Ists,' " she
said yesterday at her oftlce, 5uS Fifth ave
nue, "they are 'dcstructlonlsts.' If th-ty
aie cmiservers why don't they begin their
conservation at home instead of rushing
nhoiit tin; country attacking us?
"What are they destructlonlsts of or
Justice and fteidnin. of the dignity of
womanhood. They advocate the theory of
privilege Insteud of principle, of di pend
ence instead of Independence. Thej are
destructlonlkts in the real home because
they forget that ou cannot make a home
or an Inferior and n superior, of a muster
and a servant. You can hue a home only
when two who are equals decide to work
together to build up a family
"Tlie antl-sufrraglsts destroy the hleal
of womanhood because they are always
throwing mud al womanhood. They try
to prove women lacking in honor, in
character, in Intelligence and In honestv.
They gloat over every frailty, every little
error. Don't you remember how they
gloated over the one sill skirt III the
suffrage parade? 'See!' they cried.
'They aren't tit to vote now are they'
"They are like vultures looking for
carrion. The revel In the dark and seamy
side of human nature. They are always
emphasizing the small and mean in
women. You'd think they would have
loyalty enough to their rex not to make
us all out a set of fools."
THE SEA GOERS.
Some Who Sail To-dar lar Knaland
and (be Continent Arrivals.
By the Holland-America liner Hot
turdam for Plymouth, Boulogne and Itot
Jlr. ami Mrs. CharlM K Mr. and Mrs. Nat C,
Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mrt, Martha A. (.'anneal Mr. sort Mrs. Tracy II.
Mr. and Mrs. Kranklln Harris.
A, Chapman Mr. and Mrs. VHIIIam
Mr. and Mr. II. T. Van Valiat Iloycs
Coomi The HM-. and Mrs.T. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. McWIIIIams
Currier Couulfn Spottliwooil
I lr! Frank K. Cutler Markln
MorthloitnnO. l-'ord Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Mr. and Mra. M. C. Murdock
furtrr Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
(iVoriie J. Peel ..NorB5el.
Di. and Mrs, J, Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse
.Sharp J, I'armi-ntlrr
Dr. Alphnnin U. With- Mr. and Mrs. Lnrenco
Mrs. W. I. Wondhtill II. V. I'ortrr
lly tho Cunarder Punnonla. for the
Modlterranean and the Adriatic:
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hill
Itanium Mr and Mrs. drurge S.
Judge II. (ieoree lllrnanls
Hy the North Herman Lloyd liner
KaUrr Wllhelm der flrosse, for Plymouth.
Cherbourg, and Ilremen :
(null, bell Mr. and Mrs. 1'reUerkk
I' L Ucslge 0, Nlevrns
Pr. William II. Jennlnts Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Dr. and Mrs. Kmory It.
Johnson Morrlt Williamson
Arrivals from london by the Atlantic
Transport liner Minnehaha:
Mr. Predcrlck A. Uutt- Mrs. Onrotby I'frrlne
rlik Mr. and Mrs. William
Mi. and Mrs. Kdttart Orsvr; perry
Drilling Mr. and Mrs, 12, J,
Ml. aniAlrs, Ktlgar O. Preicott
Ixni craft Mr. anil Mrs. Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Nrlson II. Votes
For Italy, by the Italian liner Stam
palla: Mr. and Mr?, Arthur Dr. Carmine Csrluccl
llrnnlngtiui Mrs, Anna liter
Mrk. Adelaide Catazta
Teniarratarea at Jersey Resorts.
Atlantic OTr, Aug. II. The tempera
ture at noon here to-day waa 70.
Annuity Paiik, Aug, II, Thn tempera
ture was 70 at noon hern to-day.
Swlfr Company's sales of Fresh Href In New
York City for Iho Hook ending .Saturday, August
I, averaged 11.37 cents per pound, Ait,
N'hwc srt.t., N. II . Aug 11 -Among the
automobile arrivals from New York at the
Hotel WentMorth to-day were- Mr and
Mrs. A. C. Iledfonl and party In a Pierce
Arrow, Mr. and Mrs Clarence p. Ashley
and family in a Pierce- rm. Mr and Mrs.
Ira Leo Hamburger in a Pierre- Arrow .
Mr and Mrs. Nicholas Palmer nnd MIs
Schenck In a Packard, Mis HocNbon and
party in a Pierce-Ariow. Mr and Mrs.
(ieorge II. Agnew in a Packard. Lx-Speaker
Joseph ti ( annou, with John W. Dulghl
of Drydeu, N. Y.. arrived in a Packard, en
route to Polund Springs.
(il.r r nwii a, Aug it Automobile ar
rivals tn-d-iy at Kdgewood Inn from New
Mr and Mrs P I'.bling ami .lohn II
firiice in a Paiknrtl. Mr. and Mrs W C
Atwell ami Miss At well in a Pierce. Mr.
and .lr II Stewart and Miss Harrimaii
in a T homas, Mr and Mrs W t Mer- iet
in a Winton. V. Field and S Stern in a Huh k,
Mr. and Mr- .1 ,1 Moiri- in a Peerle-s,
( W Vanderhof, (Ieorge Millford, Arthur
Orvi and W II Pis-khum in a Packard
Mr. and Mrs. W II Stratum and Ml-s
Strntton in a Maxwell.
There an rived at ;the Maples Mr and
Mrs, I! It Merwin and Miss Merwln
In a chalniet. Mr and Mr .lame
Wlster Ina Pierce. Mr and Mrs. W McMas
ters and Mi Mi Masters in a Cadillac.
Mr. and Mrs. L, ,1 Urine ami L. .1. llruce, .lr ,
in a Packard, Mr and Mrs. John A Walter
in a Stearn, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Warwick
in a Cadillac, Mr and Mrs. K. V. Davis in a
Locomobile, Mr. and Mrs. Mayer and Mise
Kthel and Maud Mayer in a Peerle, Mr
and Mrs. J, A Murray and Miss Murray
In a Pope,
MA.STULsit.n, Vt.. Aug II Arrivals by
automobile to-day at the K'lulnox House
Included the following Horn New York
Thomas II, Ussier in a Cadillac, Mr. ami
Mrs. P. II. Itellay and son in a Pierce, Mi
ami Mis. C II Middenway, Mr. nnd Mr.
H. J. Middenway in Packard. Mrs. C. I),
Hehrens, Mrs. A, W. Taylor, P II. Hawcks.
Mrs. J II May in Simplex, .Mr. and
Mrs. Hraiidt Weler. Mr. and Mr. William
Spane In a Peerless, .Mr and Mrs. ti Norrle,
Mis. 11, Tiffany, A. Krogli in a peerless,
Mr. and Mrs, s. P. Jadwin, Mrs. Harry S.
sinter In a Peerless, (ieorgu 1, Killam in a
Chr.ltncrs, r and Mrs. W. H. Seumans In
a Pope, Mr. arid Mrs, Samuel Jackson and
tu-ochlldren in a Locomobile. II. I. Thorriel,
.Mrs. M. C. Kerr. Mrs, C C N Hothwell and
Miss A. Hothwell in tin Oakland
Lk.nox, Auk. It - Automobile atriv.il
at the Hotel Aspiuwall to-day Included
the following Now Yorkers
Mr. und Mrs. K. P. West on the Ideal
tour in a Locomobile, Mrs, Kdward Linker
and children on tho Ideal tour in a I.o.Iit.
Mr. and Mrs. James McLean, Mrs. William
McMantrle, Mra. T. W. A ndrew, Mrs, John
.Votes of the Social World.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Dolan of
Philadelphia, who are dividing their time
during the summer months between Now
port and their country place In Loug
Island, have returned from Newport and
are at the St, Itegls for a brief visit,
Mr, and Mm. Carl von MayholT, who
Jiavu been passing tho early part of the
summer In Huntington, L. I., will leave
to-day for Virginia for sevttral weeks.
Mrs. Sanford Hlssell has arrived at
Cooperstown, N. Y where she will remain
for the autumn. MIm Doris Hlssell will
Join her later.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Playback, who
are passing the season nt their count! y
place In Ardsley-on-the-lludson, nro at
the ItlU-Carltrm for a brief visit,
Princess Lowensteln Werthelm has re
turned from tho Adlrnnd.icks and It at
Mr, and Mrs. Chauiicey M. Depew, who
are In Huropo for thu summer, are making
tholr annual visit to Alx-le-ll.ilns.
Mr. and Mrs. Muutalgu La Montagne,
wlio are making a motor trip through
liurope on their wedding tour, are In
Paris for a brief visit. They will return
lo New York In the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. ICdward C'rozcr of Phila
delphia have returned from York Harbor
und it ru at thu Plaza for several days,
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Aldrlch, who
are In Kuropa for the summer mouths,
will return to Now York late In August,
They will go to their country place In
Glen Cove, U i for the autuaw.
V.. Horn, touring the llerkslnres In a Pierce.
Waihiiu uv, Aug It -New Yorkers ar
riving in automobiles at the Hotel Klton
to-day inc Iiulcd
I, II. Wilson and Mi Marian Wil-on
on the Ideal tour in a Packard Mr and
Mr C. H. Jung. Mr and Mr. J II Humrd.
en route to Lake Mahopao in n 1 ord Mr
J (nirte and Mr and Mrs I. sunimper
' m the Ideil tour in a simplex Mr and Mr.
.lame liradley, F.thel M and Mildred L.
liradley, on (lie Ideal tour In a Packard.
Mi M ( Doiiollne and l.oiil V l Douo
llne of Long Nl.ind.nho areen route to New
York In a Ciiillll.ii, al-o arrhed
SfNAfiK, N II, ug It Arrival of
New orkcr over the Ideal tour at the
(iranlideii Hotel to-d.i included
William II Pore.-. J IS Juri in a Flap
Mi P llrodwi, k. Nellie II Hrodwhk.
I William J llrodwiek, H. I HrodHick in a
Packard Mr and Mr. Frederick Mead,
1 Mi It How man, Ml I' lliiwiiian In a Lo
rler. Mr and Mr II C Jacobs. c Ja
cols,.lr.M C llolhrook. Mr. H P. Whitney
In a Packard. Mr and Mr. J PIiIpp. Dr.
Flick in a Peerle--. it I: Moore, Ml I)
I. .xioore. .nr ' ii. ,ioore in a rierce
Arron, Mr and Mr. I .K MeCp-erv and
i hlldreii in a stcteii; J. II. Krnst, II. (!.
Pearson in an K M F. Other arihal
Mr. and Mr C M Liiiniln, the Misses
Lliiioluot Miiuti liiirln a lluirk; II. (' Kmc
ger, H Ii Stengel of Newark. N J.. in a
Hud'oii, Ceielia C SieNen, Dana I. .mil)
of Moritown, N J , in a Simplex.
Ni w Liimios, Conn. Atig. 11 Xutomo
blh arrival at tin driwold to-day In
clihle Ml. and Mis I., P. Caldwell. Mis llurge
of New Sork Hi a I'm hard, Mr. mid Mr.
Juuie i' Hrodhead of I'iemiiiglou, N. J ,
ina Plerce-Arrow ; ('. . Auubb, Mi line
A mi bl" of New Hriglitou, Stuten Island.
In u Hudson, J W. Kieikner of Pluiiitleld,
N J.. in a Chalniern.
HiiKlTu.s Wiintw, N ll Aug. II, Into
mobile arrival from New iarh at tile Mount
Washington to-dav were
Mr and Mrs Daniel Dorchester, Mr,
William II Porter, Mr, Daisy Porter, in
a l.nei , Mr and Mrs. J lleimessy, Mis
Kleanor Henney, In a Packard. Mr and
Mrs, John W Foter, Mrs l.aliiug, Ml
Lansing, In a PickanI, Mr. mid Mr-. I.. W
Hc.irth, Ml- l.ipplndale, James IV Hue,
iln a Cadillac Mr nml Mr II. W Hedell,
in a National, Vlbert solllwin, Ldward and
' rriiuk Walh, Prank lleneriiiiu, in a Loio
I moliile; Mrs. Frank II (inodyear, Mrs, P
11 (irlfttn. Mis May Mnrtlii. in a Pierce:
, Mrs, William Thorpe, Miss K. II Jones, In
In Loiep, J (I Stokes, ( F Ahreiis, Mis.
' Mtiridge, Mi Cole, in a Pierce, Mr nod
i Mrs. Frank Norrl. Mi i'.lla Norri. in a
I Murinnn: Dr. ainl Mrs. D, Wayne tlallott,
' Dr, and Mrs, W, II, Crowe, in a Cadillac
OLD TIME THEATRES IN MODEL.
Ordered Ity llriiniler Mntlhevtai In
France for Columbia.
Pi of. Ilraiuler Matthews of Columbia
1'nlvcr.slty, who arrived yesterday by the
Atlantic transport liner Mlnnehuha, or
dered while abroad several models of noted
French theatres of tlm past and miniature
duplications of scenery used In a Parisian
theatre of the seventeenth century to
enrich Columbia's dramatic, museum. He
also got models of more recent stage
architecture made by tho scenic artist of
the Comedle Francalsc.
Ho said It was not true that he had
obtained 11 model of tho Palais Koyal
Theatre built by Cardinal Hltiielleu, but
that ho wished that he might be able to
do so. All the models, a 10 on a slow
French ship that may not ho hero for
a week or more,
The Minnehaha's crow had a bot drill
011 Saturday. Firemen and stewards con
tested for prizes In a row around tho
ship and the stewards won. A collection
was taken up by Miss Lillian Shaw, an
actress In vaudeville, who presented It to
Wlntlirop Chanler llecoverliiu.
IlL'yt'Al.o, Aug, 11. Dr. Hosnwell Park
said to-nlsid that tho condition of Win
throp Chanler was somowhat Improved.
The patient spent a quiet day und his
condition Is no longer regarded as critical.
McANENY LAYS CORNERSTONE.
Children's Court House Designed to
THe cornerstone, of tho new Children's
Court house was laid yesterday nt Twenty-third
street and I-exliiKton avenue by
liorough President McAneny. Speeches
by Chief Justice Isaac V. Ttusscll and Jus
tice Franklin C. Hoyt of Special Sessions
commemorated the eleven years of tin;
court' existence, nnd thn move from tem
porary quarters at Kleventh street and
Third avenue Into a building which Is only
equalled In this country by Judge I.lnd
sey's court In Denver.
The building Is designed for private
trials, as ho courtrooms, each 30 by 33
feet, will only accommodate the average
number of persons concerned In any pat -lleiilar
On tin- cornerstone Is Inscribed: "For
every child let truth spring from earth
and Justice, and mercy look down from
The site was given by the City Oollene
and $250,000 which had been appropriated
for new land will b put Into the build
ing, which Is lo hi; four stories high. Pri
vate driveways havo been provided for so
that children can be brought into court
unseen and everything possible Is being
done to protect children from the noise,
excitement und crowding of the old quar
ters. Mr. McAneny said rooms would be pro
vided for physical examinations and
psychological laboratories, the Legislature
at Its last session having passed a bill
permitting the employment of medical In
spectors. BISHOP SABINE DEAD.
Was One of the First tn Kntrr the
Itefornieit Kplseopal Chnrch.
Ill.hop William Tulnell Sabine. I). I) ,
died yesterday uftenioon ut his residence,
iron Jlndlsoti avenue. He was the son or
Dr (iiistavus A Sabine and Julia H, l uf
m'll He was graduated from Columbia
College and from the New York (ieneral
Theological Seminary. He married Maria
I herea Sclileftelin and Is survived by
Hlshop Sabine was ordained in the Prot
estant F.plscopal church under Hlshop
Horatio Potter, becuine asltunt rector at
St. deorge's In this city and sub-eriiienlly
rectnr of Iho Chiin h of the Covenant, Phil
adelphia still later he was rector of the
Church of the Atonement, this city.
lie was one of tho first to enter the Re
formed episcopal Church and from li,74
until iw7 was rector or the Flrt ltetormed
F.plscopal Church, now located nt Madison
ri venue anil Flfly-fiflh street In 1M: he
H made bishop or the New York and Phil
adelphia Synod or the Informed F.plscopal
Dm Is Munri llHysrard.
Nt-.WAnK. lug. It DoW- Stuart Hay
ward, who died to-day at the home ot his
nephew, Leonard 'Iravi, at 0-7 Highland
avenue, ii one or the het known glove
buyers In ihe country ami wa employed
for many years by Lord A laylor. Mr.
Ilayward was born in Cincinnati in tsts.
He was appointed to n cudetxhlp at An
nnpoll Horn New iork and was a clasuiuto
of Admirals Dewey and Seli.ey Mr May
wuid never saw active service. While on
a practice, fruio in hi thixl year the dla
charge of a gnu deafetusl lim and he tie.
came a detached ensign hccati" ol dis
ability He retired from business about
eighteen year ago, lie ,"ae a son,
.mi ug M. ilavwaril ol rittsourg. anil two
l..,,..l,f..r M i . Xtuv lluvuxrrl f Itr.isu
Idaho, anif Mrs. William James of llrookl) n!
('apt. Samuel tirllHns;.
Ill vi:itin:At, L. L, Aug. 11. Ca)t. Sam
uel drilling, an uncle of former County
Judge Timothy M. (trifling, Is dead hereof
old age. Ho was born In Hlverhead
ninety-two years ago. He xvas it son of
Wells ("rifting, once proprietor of the
Long Island House. Capt. (Irllllnrr is sur
vived by it son and two daughters.
Miss jMiie Herrv.
("At.pwi:u.. N J. Aug 11 Funeral
services will be held tu-imnrow for Miss
.tune lien v. who died 111 the home of her
I iiL.-.v Mr M.irv M Win. ins of 1'ulr-
tleld. at the age of :7 yea is Miss Perry
witnessed tlm launching of the Hist boat
in the Morris Canal She wa born in
IVmpton Plains and her family is said
to have had th (list stove In that town
( linrles ItiiKerl;.
Chat Irs llagorty. who died Saturday in
St. I'etei's llosplral. Hnsiklyn. and whose
funeral took place yesteiday fiom Ills
late home at 4 to Pulaski strei t, was Tor
many years an inspector in the Depart
ment of Water Supply. Ho wns ton in
Ireland ninety-two e,irs ago and for
many seats was uctlve In Democratic
Kdward Dur.vca, auimaster of Hie
Long Island P.allroail at New- Lots and In
tin employ of the company foi forty
three ears. died suddenly on Sunday ut
hi home, 1 4 :3 Herkimer street. In his
hlxty-llrht ear. Ills wife and two daugh
ters huivlvo him.
( nplalu llnna Hansen.
dpt. Hans Hansen, commander of the
steamship Kls.iid of tho Morton Line,
Hid on S.iturda of heart disease al
his home. 31 Third avenue. In his fifty
second eai. He was a member of Fled
erhk Lodge I-' and A. M and thu Danish
Hrothci liood Lodge. I lis wife survives
JUDGE LEAVES ALL TO HIS WIFE. !
(I'Siilllt mi .tunics .Senator (I'Cormnii 1
One of Ills Hsei-utora.
Tin' will of Judge Thomas C. O'Sulll
van, who died on Jul at Spring Lake.
N- J.. b-avts Ids entire estate to his
wife, Minnie K. iVSullivan of 303 West
Sevenl -sixth street
Judge O'Sulllvnn named Senntor James
A, ii'iiorniaii. Daniel Median and Kmmet
.1 Murphy as executors, and renuested
them to consult with Mis. n'Sullvun in
advising and directing tho edmatloii of
his children. The value of the estate
has not been made public.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
iluii-.v.M I'ltvNrts Surrogate Cohnlan
dei ided yesterday that stocks worth Iini.issi
belonging to tho estate of Hum M rrauci ,
who died on March s, uill, are exempt from
11 transfer tax. Mr. Francis, who was a
vice-president or the (iuaranty Tiusi Com
pany, left property worth l;.ti,ils.,. Hi
widow. Mary H. Francis, who was his solo
heir, objected to a tux on Stto.ooo because
securities of this amount wro left for her
hy her husband In a pockotbook In one of
the (iuaranty Trust Company vaults, two
years before he dlisl and they worn accord
ingly not a part of hi estate. Tho transfer
tax appraiser ruled that the stocks left in
tho pocketbook were not exempt.
Fanny Tuiiukv left U0,tb lo her hus
bund. Patrick Tnrley.
An to IN Km: Humuxiooh, who died on
January is last, left IIS,:: to her father,
brothers and sisters. ,
HmiriiA (inosNun, who died on Novem
ber t lust, left 187, 2Mi to her ton and daugh
ter. Mils. C.KMtii'nK Coles H.vkii:, who was
burnod to death with her husband, Hubert
A. llaeto, when their home was destroyed
by lire on January 3 hist, left ID.s'il, tho
bulk of vvhloh went to two young sons,
Qrlsvvold and Walter Ilaelo. Mr. Kaouo's
estalt) has not been appraised.
Wll.UAM II. Al.l.oKo, whodltsl in Urook
Ivn 011 May S last, left l4,036.C7. After
deducting a l.ooo bequest to u grandson
the properly is In go to tho wife for life.
It reverts to John ('. Allueo, a son, and
Johanna II. Vaiulerveer, a daughter, in
amounts of HKi.eovt and I2.i,:'oi.s te
spcctlvcly. The laige-l single holding, a
plecii of leal estuto ut Foster and Flat bush
avenues, running tluough to Fasl Twctily
blith street, Is valued at it.,J00.
NAVY OFFICERS TO BE
HOSTS AT NEWPORT
Soelely Will Attend Jlnll to He
Given nt Nnval Tritln
31 KS. WELSH KXTKKTA1NS
Czar's Knvo.v aiitl Mine, linkli
meteff i'liin Hiir Affnlr
N'r.WfoiiT, Aug. 11. One of tin must
Important events for the younger mem
hers of the summer residential colonv
will ho a ball given at the naval tralnm?
station by the commanding officer of
the Narragansott Hay naval stations. The.
ball Is to he given In ltarracks II and
the hosts nro to he Hear Admiral William
11. ('apertnn, commandant of tho Nana
gansett Hay station; ("apt William I.,
lloilgers, president of the Naval Wat- ('nl
lege; Capt. Itoget- Welles, cotnni.in.lci of
the torpedo station, and Medical liie"to4
James U. Field, in charge of the naval
hospital. Mrs. ("apcrton, Mr Welles,
Mr.. Williams, Mrs. Fields und Miss Helen
Hodgers will be the lecelvltlg nnunlttee.
As Is usual on .Morula's there wa not
much social entertaining lien tn-il.iv Mrs,
('barbs N Welsh was it luncheon hi)less
at Wukeliursi ami Mr. Ch.irl. II It.ild
win had p dinner party at her s. mutter
home. Snug Harlan, on Hellenic .iven ie
Following her usual M"inlay ttstom M s.
Irfjrlllaril Spencer. Jr.. gave a small il. our
party and afterward took her guests '3
Freebody Park Theatre
An afternoon mniciile nt which 'Its
Russian Sjmphony urchcutt-a will the
featuie will be given on the lawn of their
home by Ambas-ador and Mine. Itakhine
teff of ItussBi some tinto e,irl the coniinit
month. Last summer Ambas-ado. and
Mine. ItaUhmeteff iilanued a big afternoon
outdoor affair in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
l-Mward It. McLean, hut the death of Mis
John I!. McLean caused them to ah.ilvlou
the plan at thu last minute
.Mrs. ('. V. Doliin to Hnterlnlii.
Mrs. Clarence W. Dol.m I giving a
dinner on next Satuidav night m In, not of
Mrs Alexander Hlown or Ph.l.idelph: '.
wlto will he he:- guest at that time. Mi.
and Mi. Dolan are at precnt at Atlanl.O
. City for a few ilays.
j Mrs, .1. Stewait Harney will give a
I dinner on August :i'i. Mis. Paul A.
Andrews will give a dinner on Friday
night in honor of .Mls Helena I'isli of
Harrison. N. V. and she will take her
guests later to the dame being given by
Mis. Arthur Curtlss James .it Iteaion
Hill House on the occasion of the dedica
tion of lur gardens. Miss I'tsh will al
ike to-morrow- to visit Mrs. Andrews ami
.she will piobably spend some time heie
) Mis. James J. lliown is lo have as
: her guests this weik her daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. ami Mrs. t'eoige l!cn
zlnger of Denver
Summer iesideiit here to-day sent con
gratulatoi y mi ssages to Mr and Mis
John Itiissell Pope In New Yolk upon
the birth of a daughter.
Itobert lioele( Itcloros.
Hobert (lOtlct has returned from a New
Prince (lennaro Caracclolo of Italy, who
lias engaged apartment at the Mueii
chlnger King, will arilve thl week to
icni.iln foi the i. st of the summer
Mrs Charles De I. iclihh was re
ported ns listing v, r omlui taliiv at the
Newport Hospital to-day
For the tlrst time In several vc.ns Mrs
Stllvesant Fisli has taken a box !. ila
horse show Mr. an,! Mi.- Pisli u.-u.il
clo.-e their season btfoic the show aim
they had Intended to do mi this .vc.it. but
have changed their plans to i, -111:1111 nut!;
September T. or ti. Mr.-. A. J. Cass.itt of
Philadelphia also engaged a box foi ths
Registered at the Casino lo.ilay were
Mr and Mrs. Hubert c .wavse It t:
Mann and A Harmon, NYwpoit I'rtd
erlck Mlddlebrook nnd Mis Met 'ullougi
Miller. New York. Mi Liotima Jackscn
New York, who Is visiting Mrs John W
llutge.-s. William 1 lrove,or, who ( in re
on his vacation, Is visiting hi mot her
Mm. William lirosvenor, at her totiagc.
Miss Ksthir Cleveland is tin gt.t of
Miss Jean Morris.
A. De Navarro of New York vvll! aca.i.
be a week end cu,-t 1 ere this wt.-k
Steplien D. Thaw- or New York Is nun
lug here for a visit th- tatter pail of the
Week and it wa I. .1111,. I to-day th.c In
indy bring with him bis hydpi-acroplan
fur ome exhibition (lights at It.illey's
LCCKU UANDAl.L Al llOhtiin M.i-- .V.
Flint 1 I 'ilS. Alice ;ten Itail.U.I o'
flrooklj II lo Ilenrv ,1. Lu'-k of Nss
ork iit .
DllOL'i.IlT -Al ths hems of her hrntlitr.
It. W. Ititihnrti. ham Manor. N V
I' iM.nia lirousht, In the Slth ear
of tin uud
Funeral private, on Tuesday, Kindly omit
HNSI.Ul. ticoti-e Att'crt, need iio e,ir
Services Till: Ft MIltAl. 'llClt(II," ill
I wen rweiiiv -mini strr,u, rranw 1
i',tntlrii iitiiiuiuii, v e.neMl.i, lt
o etui k. Aiitoinot'lK cm tegs
SAW VI!. At his Isle residence, tdifl Maillton
avenue, on Mnndsy, Auruii 11. ttlhop
WlltUm Tutliell Snl'itie, l l
.Vntlce of funeral vvlll te tiunniniced Utet
SHAHS. Suildentj , at lliotivvllle. V
August tl 1513. I.lmle Jean Seir.
wldiiw of (ru AIbit r-eurs, slid ninthei
ef Allns Sears, nseil 3 years
Fatiersl service uud Interment at Mount
Auburn i'rmeter, Cumlirhlge, M.i, 011
Wedliesds), AUHUM J3, al 1" oeluik
A. M. ltoslon pripers pteje L.op,
blHHUS At San Pranclbco, Cal., AupuM "
1913, Htnlly M. It, wits of Dr. iiri
Franklin .MtltCa and dsuchtrr of th.. Ul
Hubert (i. and llurrht M. Mead ot
Oninlnt, N. T.
Funeral aervlees at Trinity Church st
Oselnlng, N. Y , .TuejxtS), AlltUFt 15, l
3 : 1 6 P, M, I'strlanfn will meet train
lavin Ner York At 5 :03 P, M Inter
ment at Sleepy Hollow- Cemetery,
TAYI.OH. Catharine M wife of the lit
Hlcli.ird II. Tujdnr. In her lly-eventh
Funeral services at her Ut rentdencs, 47
Hrevoort plsre, Hr.inUlyn. Tuesday eve
lllng, August IS, 101.1, ut n'l Inek. Ill
terment nt convenleni e nf family,
WOltllALL. At (ireenwlch, Conn., Auguit
, Mary C, If s ot I'eter.t It. Werrall.
dauihter of the Ints Nuthan und llurrisc
Funeral services nt (0 llunh avenue, Itella
lluven, Oreenw It'll, Conn., Tuesday
morning, Augurt 15, st 11:30 o'clock.
Interment private. Philadelphia papsrs
Slrk t inv ilr -fiis Carried- Hate H.00 and
Id. no In Mnnlixneti and AO rents MlleOutslas
1 FRANK E. CAMPKLL,T..?ld3Sa&ii.