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Mnnilllf. UHim ill UK .HI llllim
Chili Altriict (Iip Siiin
!I(S. If KA (MVKS A DAXCK
Mil n Hiiuiprs mill 1iiiiclicons
I'like IMiicp mill Miiny
S.. ""'ITiiN. N. Y Auit. IS. Lawn
I. s was .iRatu the nt.'iRnet that drew
i ii.. summer colony this innrnltiR to the
Mi .mow I'luli. In addition to those who
I ,ii i linn heie all nlom: then! were sev
a r:i I ti' w arrivals.
Mi and Mrs. William de Forest Man
ne who have Just come from Newport,
r. with Mrs. William Mnnlce and Miss
l.rv Otitt Iiik Cumnock, who came yes
tniis) from ScnbrlRht, N. J., was with
.Ui Josephine Nlcoll nnd Miss KuKcnle
Mrs I' llurratl Hoffman, just back
fiom the cruise of the New York Yacht
Dub which she made with Mrs. Hobert
r Black on the llepose 11., was one of the
, trtotcil spi ctators, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
.'.lines K Mllbr, who had come from
Moi ilWw ii. were with Mr. and Mrs.
i.iorirr K. Dnilmiin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
j,j on Folk, who have ahead)' made sev
. nil visits here during the summer, were
with Mr and Mr". Alonzzo Potter, whose
j,usts they now are. .
Mrs Moses Taylor Campbell, here for a
visit with Mr and Mrs. Lewis Nixon,
.o Joined tin throne, and Mm. H. S. Juf
frcv McVlekar, who 1 at Red Top Farm
lor a llt. was with Mrs. Philips H.
tinny Wnli'li Tonrimineitl.
Others watchliiK the touin.nnent were
Mis. l.i'Kiand C. tirlswold, Mrs. J. Hop
kins Smith, .lr Mrs. Frederic Uetts. Miss
Kmliy Tiemalne, Mr and Mis. Krnest
lAjnliard, Phoenix liiKraham. Mr". J,
Sculf Harclay, James T llainey. Miss
Marjoile Stuylle, Miss F.tlul Post. John
A. Larkln. Archibald !. Mcllwalne, 2d.
Miss Judith Smith. Mrs. P. A. Valentine
reston mVs ! 2 W
- Mm Freder ok l'
I X: J, til J.;
Mr. and Mrs. er.v I I
i'io. Howard PaKe,
D.nles, Miss Kuprnie -Nelll, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry K. Coe. Mrs. Anson ilcC
lleird, Mrs. r.tltrux LaniNtrcot. 'Mrs.
Jon ph K.. Iiivls, Mrs. Henry II, KuKers,
Mi and Mrs. J Stevens I'lr.ian, Mr. and
Mil- ,Inme L. liarclay, Mr. and Mrs.
:il ,) ii P.. Calfe. Mrs. James 1'. I. e, Mr.
.nd Mis. Ili-nrx A. Iludd, Mr and Mts.
Stephen Pe.ibnJy. Mr. and Mr. Henry
:t IbM. In. ami Mis. P.ob.Tt C. Mylts,
pnd Mr and Mr;. IMmuiid S. TwinnliiK.
uiii of the largest d'ltui s of the sum
i er was clien to-nicht by Mr and Mrs.
Ilcno It. Ite-i, who Inve for the summer '
T-ilmiKe villa In '!ln lane. It was a
l iih il pittv, as both the older and
uiBi-r generations were united, and the ;
i d.inctd In n maniuce, which had betn
cited on the liwn fur the nlcht The
bwns were b'-llllnntly illuminated and
..ele was a st ated supper set veil by (
tier.y Duncii to Frimzen's inii"lc eon- i
t 'Utrl until tf.e small hours. )
t .Mis. P A. valentines dance to
i. ov nlKht noiv of the married people
te 'iill he pirsem. ami mr ttie nunc
1..-U l- .....1 M.. ll.,..-n,l Ir.i'lnll- ..
""" " " " " I ' . ,
ni on P.iturilay n Kht none hut the ;
m. led ,.....ple lime been .iked. Mm. ,
... idhue Llvlnsto.i sums tn-moin.w
icht a dlnn.-r for tld.n and tie r, may
,e .in im-r.intii d.iiu- i,. follow, but no
nvltattoos have I n issiad ,
Jlrs, I. midst reel l.ltes n lllooi-r. j
Mrs. Fairfax Landstrtet. who ha. the
Kllliu Hoot place In Ox Pasture road, nave
tiere this evenin't a small dinner, followed
v hi Idee. Amon her sufM were Mis. Ar
mil- II. Clatlln. Mrs. Henry O. Tievor. Leonard L. flallaither and Miss Marian
Mis. t hailes K. Millet. Mrs. Joseph K. Chapman, both well known hi theatrical
)ivl Miss Adele CoUate. Mrs James H. 1 circles, were married Tuesday afternoon
Al.lder. .Mis. Walter K-rnan and Mrs. I In Jersey City. Mr. i.allanher Is man
John Morris. "Klr fr,r William Faersh.ini. and was
I lnners w l ie kH en this ev.-nliiK by Mrs. ' formerly with MnrKaret Amsllii in the
'1w.ud Van Insen and .Mrs. L. 11. Spioiil, capacity.
'heir Kuests KoIn later to the Ilea dance. Miss Chapman has been seen In In
1 s. New-bold Kduar ae a luncheon to- K'-nuc roles In many productions under
l.i: , uad Mr. Fi.derlc H. P.etts will Klve,
Infi rmatlon has been received here
' Kit a daughter was born .to Mr, and
s illlbert II. Llllott on Saturday at
summer hons- In Donjan Hills,
S'-i'ei, Lwlaml. Mrs. Hlllott was .Miss
Fi.iurnoj Hopkins, a d.iushter by a
f nn.r marriage of Mts. W. Wllloushby
Sh ir.. Her weddlna took iil.ice heie In
. l...l.....'u Tt..n.. r.ti.irr-Vi list rWiiV,...-
. Kllloit s the son of Sir Arthur
II I "it, Bait., of Uindon. i
M. jnd Mrs. K. Uurrall Hoffman have
in their KUtsts Mr. and Mis. John
P ford of Tuxedo and Miss Helen
t. t, .i ..... lllua r..-..t if
" '.'rZrZ. . .
' i s'. Y.. will Join the party to-mor
nnd their son. F. Uurrall liortman,
Jr, .'; return this week fiom Kurope.
M s Morxan J. O'hrlen will Blve a
bin ,e i, at her place In flood Ground
n A I..
, . . m.., ... ii,. ,,.
urt 2.1. and Mm. Pete, len1n0j! '
nt out Invltatfons for a 'llnper.
"ii Ausust 2, .Mr. ann .Mrs. J.
s-'t'.ns I'llman have as Kuests at tho
'i-.ni cnttHKH Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
T iu nut, Mr. and Mrs. J. Victor Ona
tlvl.i. Jr, F.mten Llttell and Laivience
n -Imrv They will alve a dinner on
Fri.iiy nliht. afterward
.ui -t to Mrs. De Lancey
n it ids nnd Urpnrtarrn.
and Mrs. Alfied Kessler expect to
haw- here this week for n visit to Mr.
' nd Mis Itudolph Klsscll at Morrlstown.
N .1., nnd later they will no to KaratoKu.
Mis Frederick It. Chllds, who has been
villi her father. John D. CrlmmlriH, ut
Pin wiiiiil.oii.the.Sound, In Noroton, i.'onn..
II arrhe here tn-moriow to visit Mr.
uel Mis. S Lyttleton Fox.
Mis Peter LaboulsBe gave a party thlB
ft. 'noun for her youne son, Frederick
"Wi.sind Laboulsse, and Htmut thirty of
! " Jmenlle frlcndp. Thero were Kami's,
i"iiii.t(i by ii tea.
I'm . ilek M. Davles returned yesterday
rfi.i a visit with Mr. and Mm. Alfred O.
eibllt In Newisirt. Miss Kva Mall.
I 'M .-liti'i of Mr. nnd Mrs. Pierre Mall of
Si i Vink, Is hero for a visit with W, Ijw
Li" lb nry Sides Kip, who returned last
1 k fiom Kuiope, has been vIsltlnB Mr.
r.'i .Mrs (larrett II. Kip. who are pnsslnR
'in summer with Mm. Johnston L. De
THE HAVENS GIVE A DINNER.
1 i not lou nir People lllllerlit Ined
Mso h he Dp UprailorlTa.
I ' ma, Auk. 1.1. .Mr. and Mm. J.
dwiird llaen and Mr. and Mm. Carl
'ieiHiliuff nave dinners at their Stock
I'olliiKes to-nlKht for tho youm?
' .'pie of StockhrldKe, precedlnu the sec
' I of the Bcrlea of Casino dnnceH r
1 'tiiied bv Mrs. Frederick Crownlnshleld
' 'I Miss Merlon HiiRUe.
Mrs. Henry Trowbridge and Miss Vlr
p 1 1 it TrowbildKo arrived at the Ited Lion
Mint de (iretr. of Paris, who Is motor
""'."Uli Mim. lieorRo Hammond McLean
1 'i, Irs. SleRfrled Oruuer of New York,
tir tH'('"v '"r ManchcHtcr, VI,
f iien'' 'rM Lemuel II. Ilanps and
lamio, hn w(l ,, U. tliu I'nclfli!
. , r.i rtttui n in
Stockbrlu .. 1...1J,...
.'I return to Manaturk Farm,
r-"Slrii. Thonuui Mott Shaw, who
I were Ruests of Mr, and Mra. Oeome Ttaty
lllako of 1'lne Needles, hnvo Rone to I
Boston. Dr. and Mm. William II. Van-
y. t p t ' ,,,IK ui',n ""'
M' H"l,,rl "m"'"- HrnwM Caldwell were'
host at dinner. Mr. nml Mrs. Francis
10. HuntliiRton, who were vloltliiK Miss
Helen C. llutlcr nt Lynwnml. will leave
'''nor',w tor St. James, L. I. Mr. mid
Mrs UrirK P. Ido mid Mr mid Mrs.
Iltobirt duett cntet tallied nt luncheon nt ,
Ilic Hod 1,1. ii Inn.
MrH. Samuel O (1. Clarke left here In.
day for HaratoRa. Mr. and Mm. 0. F.
Thompson mid Mr mid Mrs. T II. Speiice
Wont to Boston to-dav. Sirs. Joint
. Stl'tlthem ntlil MIuh II..I..H Utrotlinr..
''hlladelphla. Mrs. C. Tomllsnn and Ml
p . ocaum .ewiirk, is. .i unve arrived
ni i ne uunih Hotel.
Mm. Arthur Swatni of Now York won
th woman's sIiirIcs III tin- Otcenoek
Oonntiy Club tournament, itcfcatlnR Mrti.
Huntliintnn Worth of Now York. The
men's tltinls were won by 1 lunt IhkUui
Worth and Kdward Bobbins of New
York, who bent Wellington .Smith and
Claud I loll well.
Al the Lenox Club the Class A mixed
loublm bcRtm. The MlBses Delphltie de
Foras, Kate Haven, Kller. Cammiiek,
Katnerlne Mellen, finite and Kvmphmjisa
IlrlMted, .MKephlnu nnd Alma de' Uerhdorlf.
AiiKtislii ile Forest, Anita Deliitleld and
Htonicttehle Koran, Sheldon Smith. Sain,
uel FrnthliiRhnm Jr.. Theodoie Kvahs.
John ItoeheMer, W. Wnlker, Arthur W
Walker, ileoro Dunn, OeorRo Turnuie.
Jr.. Donald ProthliiRhatn, Thomas (Sain,
mark and Hons T, Whistler weie In the
Mm. Amory Lnwrenee, Mm. Chnrlrs II.
Lawrence. Mr. and Mm. C. II. Me
Outcheon. Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Welln of
Plalnflcld, N. J A. Cordon Norrle. Alex
ander KeoKh and Mrs. A. Tiffany of
New York arrived tit Cuttls llptel.
Mr. at.M Mm. Jnmes N. Hill started
to-day for the White Mountains bv initio
mobile. Mr. and Mis. Henry Phlpps,
who are at their country place on Lour
Island, will return to the Hotel Aspln
wall for September. Mr. and Mrs. OenrRe
O. Knapp nnd Mrs Cornelius K. (I
Hilling, who had been at the Hotel
Asplnwall, started to-day for Muhchestei.
Vl. Mm. Samuel Hnrrlman, Mm. F. L
Stott, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles 15. Clnpp of
New York, nrrlvetl at the Maplcwooil
MRS. WIUIAM LEE ENTERTAINS.
Niirrnunnsell Pier Citllnui-rs
Point Judith Polo Unities.
Nsl'.IMQANSKTT PlF.n. Atltt. 13. --Mrs.
Wllllatn Lee of Il.iltlmore entertained at
dinner for a party of fourteen tii-nlght
at the Casino before the midweek dance.
The steam yacht North Wind, owned
b Charles M. Clark and chartered In
Yi. Plmikett Stewart and John H. Con
else of Philadelphia, an lied heie to-
lf I'hiladelphla. aritied
" -,'OM'1 W,'r, Wlllla"
""liert l.lo.l of Phlladeli
Stewart and Mr. Convene plan to crulsi
W Hussell l.iaee of the ijreat Necl.
t polo team lias Issued Invitations Tor a din
ner ami dance on Saturday night at the
; Itolieit Catrett of llaltlmore. a iti'iiiber
ii( the cottatre coloui. Is in Newfound
land on a huntlutc and tWlilm; trip. Mr.
and Mrs. It. F. Ilrent returned to-dav to
Cnslno registrations include Mr and
Mrs. S. T. (illford of New York, the l!ev
Dr Arthur II. KIiisoIvIiir and Mis. Kin
solvlmc of Kaltlmore. Mr. ami .Mrs F.
Wlnthroi Ames of ll.inn. lMward II.
lean. Mrs. Howard Chichester. Miss Clil.
Chester of Ilrookln. Mr. and Mis. .1. W.
it. Prince of New York are at the
The Point Judith polo matches for the
Atlnmlc cups, weie witnessed to-dav In
many of the cottairers.
I Mrs F CrUKer IMuert m of New York
, K.ive a dinner at the Imperial Hotel.
Among her Kuests were Lieut. Cuiiim.infler
. ........ . . ... . - , .ir.
uuimer; .Mrs. W am Hisston of Phlla-
lle ,,, Mr , , Al emus. Mr
aIltl Mr, w ,, Cs)omX Mrs "v.irr el
A Topper. Mrs. .1 Cr.,.K Haven .' ve" K"
j,. Thm.0 r.lln l,.lr"r
AeXi,Mllri itenrv liivv.....! K me
., Mr, Min ...ml,.r,
(in I In t; her ( Iiuiioihii.
'" rnuy ami nuuerl managements.
She appeared In "The Pit." "The
Howl," "The Man of the Hour,"
Miss Jane Marliui), the Joe of "Little
Women.'' was Miss Chapman s only at
tendant. The ceremony was pet formed
by Judiic John Warren. Tho honeymoon
will be spent at the Waldorf, because Mr
tiallnKher Is detained In town, busy with
Mr. Fnversham's production of "Julius
c'r," which opens ear ly
llullnKa Cn rdrn.
The WdldliiR of Miss Selena S. Carden,
- .".. - ' "'"'Iko and Mm. (leo,Ke i:
Carden of Dallas, Tex., and Knslrcn (Inrnet
HullllKS, V. S. N., son of lteiresentatlve
and Mra. Willis J. HulliiBsof oil City. Pa.,
was celebrated on Tuesday in the Old
First Presbyterian Chuich, this city.
't IW Hint ill i itiiK.-il lu II. lie toe well-
ding take place In Dallas early In tho
fu, ,)U, ,t 'wag ,hat Uuu H s
It was first nrriitiRed to have the wed
I'tah, nt the Brooklyn navy yard, to
which KiisIrii HullnRs had been nsslRiieil,
may noon ro Into commission for ton Iko
ports nnd plans were ultered for un 1m
The brldil was attended by the Misses
Isabel und Carrie Carden, Oeraldine ltviiu
and Blanche Hhcchaii. Lieut. W. II. Hul
livan, U. 8. M. C, iictKil us but man, and
the ushers were K.nslnns 13. P. McKliu, J,
II. "Wuril, J. M. Foster. O. M. Tlsdalo and
C. Withers. After the ceremony theie was
u reception at the Waldorf-Astoria.
MONTC1.AIR, N. J., AUR. 13. Miss Louise
Mario Ilinck, daunhter of Mr. and Mrs. (!.
F. HI nek and u niece of Mayor lOrnest C.
II I nek, win married this evenlnic to IteRl
mild Victor Illscoe, son of Charles C.
Iliscoe, of 12 Last Forty-elKhth street,
Now York. The ceremony was performed
in the rectory of St. John's Kplm-opa.t
Church, the Itev, James Thornton LoiIrc
oftlclatlng. Miss MarRaret lilnck, a sister
of the bride, was the bridesmaid. The best
man was William Htruthem of New York.
The bride wore a travellinK rowii of taupe
molru und earrled n houiiuet of orchids.
The bridesmaid wore black mid white
churmeuse. Mr. Illscoe Is a member of
Company K, Seventh ItcRlment, N. (),
N. Y., nnd bclonRS to several New Y'ork
rlubs. He 1 a rnember of Htruthem &
Hlscoo, brokem In Wall street. New York.
rtRS. TRASK CRITICALLY ILL.
.n (hanue In Her Coiidlllon In uses
Alarm nt l.ulte lieorKf.
Lakh (Ibohijk, N, Y Aur. 1.1. Tho
condition of Mrs. Htionrer Trnsk, who Ih
critically III nt Trluna, her Lake CeorRe
summer home, has roinalned iiiu'liaiincd
for the last twenty-four hours, and
! there are fours that she may not re
Dr. lllentwnrth II. llutlcr of Brooklyn,
her physician, who lias been at Trluna
for tho lust five days, had to leave Lake
MieorRO to-day, but Is keeplni; In constant
I touch with Mrs. Trnsk's condition by
telephone iiii'l teleRraph. Dr. Butler will
teturii within n fuw days, and will rome
to the lake ut a inoment'u notice If IiIh
1Pltllff!t nillJllB tllU DlllillVlll t.llltllKC IOI 1110
A. E. GALLATIN TO GIVE BALL J
I'aiit-j llre AIYiilr lo TuLr Plnee
In-tin t In lliir tlorlmr.
Hip. Haisiioi:, Auk. 13. The mask ball j
arnitiKnl for Fild.iy eveiiliiK at the Swim
iiiIuk t.'lub lias bein postponed on ac
count of a fanc diess ball to be alven
to-monoiv evenlnR by A. HuRene
AmoriK those who Kae parties before
the hop at the Malvern this evenliiK weie
.Mrs IMniund Puidleton, Mrs , Mien
Townseiid, .Miss Ituth Uim; Mr and Mi
J W lliiirlin.in. Mr and Mrs P.' 13.
fl.irdiie', Mr and Mrs John AspeRren
and the Misses Mellon
In the final for the Leeward cup offered
bj Mis Ilelijanilu Chew, Warwick Scott's
Nan deflated l-3dRiir Scott. Jr'r Snooks
'apt. WrlRht sailed the Nan and KdRar
Scott, Jr . the Snooks.
Mrs. William Force and Miss Katherlne
Force, who were at the Malvern for two
weeks, ri turned to La Selva to-day to be
with Mrs. John Jacob Astor. Mr. and
Mrs. ltlch.ud Aldrlch and children, who
were RUests of Mrs Astor, left for New
Hampshire. Mrs W W. Seely will be
hostess at a brldite patty on Monday
Mr. 'and Mrs. Heibert Lee Satterlee,
Alio arrlltd at their estate, Great Head,
the latter part of July, will leave soon
for IllKhlainl Falls. N, Y to lemaln
until autumn The dancliiK class met
with Miss Lisle McCormlek this afternoon
Miss Susan SturKi's, who had chnrue
of the cabaret show at the Casino Inst
evenlnR for the benefit of the Bar Harbor
Hospital, said that the profits amounted
Jin. Ilubbaid of New York Is amuiik'
the late arrivals. With his family he Is
occupylnK 1 1 til Crest. Mrs. Nicholas Brown
of Newport Is vMUiik Mr. and Mrs. Iiuls
McCorb at the Woodlands.
.Notes of I lie Soelnl World.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel. Jr.,
weie ainoiiR those who sailed yesterday
for F.uiope on the Camilla. They will
visit Lord and Lady Derles In P.tiRlaml
and afterward will ro to Scotland to Join
Mr. and Mrs. ileorfie J. (Jould for the
Mr. and Mrs. Courtlnndt Nlcoll nnd
their younK dauRhter will Ro to South
hampton. L. I., to-day to be RUests of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard PnRe at the hitter's
summer place theiy.
Mrs. Llndley Harrison, wife of the Sec
retary of Wur, Is In Bar Hnrtior, Me., as
the Riiest of Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh of
Washington, who Is passhiR the summer
at her country place. Briar Cllffe.
Mrs. Itlchard T. Wllmn has left New
poit to Join Mr. Wilson, who Is In Sara
toRa for the rarlnR season.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jrenvllle Temple SnellhiR
were ainoiiR those who sailed yesterday
for lOurope on the Snvole. They will
make a tour throURh France and Italy
and will return to New York late In
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Porter, who
are nmltliiR an extended motor trip, nre
In Newport for a brief visit,
Mr. and Mrs. William M. V. Hoffman,
C. (loiivermur Hoffman, Stoddard Hoff
man and Miss Helen Hutchinson will ro
to Newport to-morrow to be the Kuests
for several days or .Mr, and Mrs. Htuart
Mr. and Mrs. Itaymnnd D. Little, who
nre passlnR the summer In Babylon, L. 1 .
an. at the Vauderbllt for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Crozer of Phila
delphia have returned to York Harbor, '
Me., where they are pnssliiK the season.
Mrs. Anson It. Flower, accompanied by
Mrs. F. W. Ilubcock and Miss K. Bab
cock, motored from Wntertown, N. Y., arid
Is at the Plaza for a brief visit. I
Dr. and Mrs. Kdward F. Duffy, who were
married In the Lady Chapel of HI. Pat
rick's Cathedral on Tuesday, have roiio
to New Kiiulaud and Nova Scotia on their
weddliiR lour. Mm. Duffy was Miss Mar
garet Ward. They will live In Yonkera
jm their return.
Urllevf Sir, Vunllppe" nt Aalmrr.
I Asni'liv Paisk, Aur. 13. "Believe Me,
j Xnnllppe," the llrst of William A, Brady'H
j pioductlons thlH'Neason, was prcaented ut
the Savoy Theutre here lo-nlRhl. Tho
play, which leielvtd the John CiiiIr prize
at Hitrviird Inst year, nnd wua wiltten hy
Krtihrlrk ll.illnnl. It tvlll ro to tho
Thlrly-nlnlh Strett Thrutiv, New York,
nevt TllCHilJlV n ellf. Thn i-uttl la l.n.l-..t
by John llurrymoic und Mury Young, ft
IN THE PEOPLE'S HOUSE.
The Fallen Idol.
BllKTTON Wisips. N II, Ann 13
Automulilie arrivals fnnu New Voik at
the Mount Washington to-day Included .
Mrs. Krnest II. A dee. William T. Adee.
Mrs Lulls FltZRerald, Miss Lynch In a
Plerce-Arrow . Mr. and Mis. B. C. Ken.von.
Mr. and Mrs. J S. Kenyon In a Packard,
Mis. M. II. Shotwell. Miss Mary Shot
well In a National . Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Booth In a Steams.. A. W
I'omstiick. K M Cnousbv ill a
l'i'pe-ll iiifind Mis Kdward Saunders,
M'ss Marv Saimd-is. .Mi Albert Lin
ileke. .Mts I'barbs , Mnrris in a
C.ulill.ie. K.lwiii C WI-..I, I'h.illes M
Carpentir In a Cadillac Mi and Mrs F
II. Dort U il and F W ort. Mm. A
W Piestoii In a Plat. Mr and Mts Alfred
F. lirlllln. Mis, Harr Foster In a
Ni:w Lostsi.v. Conn. Aur 13 Auto
mobile arrivals at the Crlswnld to-day In
cluded the followliiR from New Voik;
Mrs J. Stuart White, Miss Marie ii.
Youmr. Mr and Mrs. J. V It. Prince and
Miss Sohenck Port Chester, N. V.. resi
dents who arrived were. Mr. and Mrs X.
S. Scheurk In a Locomobile and M F.
Palmer In a Packard
tlRKKNW ion, Conn., Auk 13 Auto
mobile arrivals from New Voik at the
KdRewood Inn to-dn were.
Mrs Frank Prentice Abbott. Mis.
Francis K. Lalmbeer. Master Francis 13
Utlmbeer, Miss Dorothy Abott Lalmbeer
In a Packard; Mr. and .Mis. 13. F. Arthur.
Miss KlUabeth Arthur In a Chalmers: Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Burns In a Cadillac. Mr
and Mrs. ! C Hooker In a Pierce, .Mr.
und Mrs, Henry Draper, Miss Dixon, Dr.
Draper and Courtland Palmer In a
Packard ; William A. Prince, Jr.. In a
Pope, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hearn In a
Bulck; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Henham. Miss
Hcnham In a Simplex , Mr. and Mrs John
Barnes. Miss Barnes In a 1-ocinnnblle .
Mr nnd Mts, James McCord In a Cadillac,
J, A. Smith, (1. C. Bobertson, (leorRe
Maxwell In a Pierce. Arrivals at the
Maples were Mr and Mis, J. Nmrsoti,
Miss Strcker In a Ford. Mr and Mm.
James Wlstar In a Hudson. Frank Itobln.
son, J. A. Ford In a Locomobile, Mrs. L.
L. Wlckoff. .Master Ferdinand Wlckoff,
Mis. A. Iitt in a Packard; Mrs.
Lydla B. Dewltt, Misses Anna and Sarah
l-ott In a Packard, Kdvvlu Blum
CieorRf Blum In a licomoblle; II, C. Bay-
JOHN G. BROWN LEAVES $107,520.
Bulk of ltntf (Joes lo Wife furl
Life, Artemiirtl In Children. j
John !, Brown, the painter of child
scenes, w ho died on February s at the
Chatswortb, Seventy-second street nnd
Hlveislde Drive, left an estate of $ I (17, WO.
Ills widow, Kmma A. Brown, receives a
life Interest In Jin2,;r.l, After her death
It rocs to her children, Charlotte Parker,
Isabella CumiiiliiRS, Mabel A. Johnston,
Florence M. Brown. Snrah J, Plumb and
UeorRe and Oscar I. Brown.
Mr. Brown's t.aliitliiRS were appraised
at S17.C75. The most valuable were
"Heels Over Head," 11,000, "Sidewalk
Dance," Jl.flOO, ami "The liang." 11,200.
Tho bulk of the estate was In inorttMRe.s.
HARBURGER WITHDRAWS OFFER.
Finds Thnt Noise Vli-tlm. Ilelna n
Woman, I'nmiut He llepiil.
F. A. Mathews of II X West USth
street, who wrote askltiR Sheriff Har
burRcr to stop the noises In the street
mid Rot a reply from the SherllT oiTeilnK
an nppolntment as special deputy sheriff,
sent the Sheriff another letter yesterday
ilisclosliiR the writer to be FliltlceH Ayinar
Tne SherllT speedily withdrew his offl-r
to appoint F. A, Mathews a special deputy
because women urn not ellRlhlc,
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Aaron Htockhoi.m lUi.nwiN, who was
secretary to the late Senator McPhersou
of New Jersey nml who died on AiiRiist
21 last, left 112(1.827, of which ho Rave
H, 77.1 each to seven friends. Mr. Bald
win's relatives sued to break the will,
hut the contest Waa thrown out, The
lariteat bcipicstB weie 10,000 to Aleltn
C, White, a niece, und $10,(110 tn Clar
ence K. Baldwin, a nephew, Mr Bald
win had tho Income of a laiRo eM.ito
left by Senator McPhersou. which went
to Yale I'tilvcrslty upon Mr. Baldwin's
Ct-AKA M. IlAUMUARTKN, WllO died Oil
JPS" ss.sS Jf
mond. .1 W Jacobs In a Suniil. x . Mrs
.1 A Warner, Miss Mervvin In a Peoce.
Mr .tin! Mrs W P V olden. Miss lioyle
in a Pope. Mi and Mrs. S '. Ilimhes.
Master HUKhes In a Studib.iki r . Mr. and
Mis. Dinlel KliiBsb-j. MKs Kumsley In a
Wlnton ; Mr. and Mrs. W Perrv. Mist
Alexander In a Pierce; Mr. and Mm.
Harry Williams. Mls Adams In a
Packard. Dr nnd Mrs. D 13 Drake, Mis
Di ike in a Cadillac
tTKliiii'itr. iik. 13 -N-vv Vll'keis.ir
Miill ly .illlnllKi'i ! a! He Hide: Kllun
t.i-il.r. mcliiil.il .
.Mis F. I. W; .ki.fr .ml Mast., p I.
Wvckt'fT. .irci'inpa:util In .Mis , I, at,
Anna Hid S-ir.ib U.tt of I Xiiliui -t. N Y.
and Mis 1. I! Di.vltt of Corona, .V V.
Ill a Fecile-s- Mr and Mm. 1, . c.re.
Ill a Maxwell, Dr. and Mis. 1 1. .1. ltiirnM.
accompanied bj II II Ki ml "1 1 and A
Hornby of Cnlifm nl.i. In a Plerce-Arrow
other arrival- wei - Mr. and Mrs. I i"
Moore of Oyst.-r Baj. In a Belleville. M
and Mrs. ,li..slah Bobbin. Mr and Mis
i M P.uu hell of Bay Shore, L. I . In a
Manciikstkk. Vt . Ailir 13 -i ival bv
automnblle at the Kipiltiov 1loue Includ".!
the followlm; from New Voik:
Mr. and Mm F p We't, D. and M'
C C Albee. In a Chalmem. Mi. .1 F
Shanley, Jr. Mm W. It. Shan'ev, In a
Packard : W !. Meeh.in. .1. .1. M-i ban. C
Meehaii, A (J.ill.mher. In a L..t oni ilnle
Mr and Mm. J. W lluxzell, Itoser l!U7.ell.
hi a Peerless Mis J. A Wisnii, In i
Wlnton . It II Trumbull. In a Chalmers,
iteorui. Haven. HeoiKe Haven. Jr., in a
Pierce . Mr and Mm Kiln In S. Bav ei, Mr
(J. Cruntnl. In a Pierre. It I' Tilnev. P I!,
dossier, In a Paikanl. Mi and Mi 13. II
Walker, In a Foul. Mr and M1- Clrnles
K Jefferson. In a Packard . T .1 Uvan, In
i lludon: Mrs K. Il.iitiett. in a Steal n
Knlwht, Mm. T. J Clarke. Miss K A
Claike. In a Pkire. .1. o. Sioki . W. P.
Ahrens. Mis Aldildise, Ml. Co'e. m a
I.KNov. Ant 13 Automobile- irilvaN
at tin Hotel Aplnw.ill ti -da Includi d
these New Yolkeis:
Ml. and Mi, (ieorue o Knapp. Mrs
c. K. ti. BlllitiRs, In a Pieii-i M.- and
Mrs. C S. Muita, Miss Knk, In a Pack
aid. Mr and Mis. T. A Keeehle. Anni
C Dellu. In an Alio. Mr. and Mm. F, t!
llolTs, ,n a Plat. 13. Alien and family of
Tat i tow u also .ii ilv id In a Stevins
October , ion;), left $:."'. 230 to two sons,
Paul ,1 and Kobeit 13. Baiimuaiten, and
ii ilaiiKhlir, Clara H. Itelnhault She
had an Inteiest of J .".. 171' In Willi. im
Balinurniteu te Co, Inteilor ilecinnlors
CllAiji.oTTK WnTn.vfiKii. who died on
Auric! !, left hei estate In cipial shales
to tlv sons and two ilaimhteis She
dllecteil that the shale of her win I.olib.
of Salvador, be held in mist unless the
lliistees decide that lie ma have It
ISAIim.l.A Jk. who illtd In London in.
July 21, left her estate, istim.itcil at
more than . M,.J..0,..00. to her three
ilaimhtcis, Ada W. Itasilits of White
Plains, Belle .1. Sutton or the Pla.a
Hotel nut Mrs. Kmll.v D. .1. Finney o.
tint Plar.a. An aiiuiiltv ot il.oo.i wan
left to Isabel .lex of till Mm limns. dr
Drive, widow of 1,'ilwaid ,li , but Un
animity ceases If Mis, ,le lein.irrlet.
JosK.ril II, Thomas After consiib -Iiir
the case more than time e.irs .Inlm
A. Foley ns retiree. Mini a decision yes
let day rec unmendliiR that .lohn c
Kckermii of the real estate tlrm of
Thomas Kckersou and Dr Oliver L.
.Imies, a Phlliidellihla lihysiclan, be le
moved as trustees of the estate of Joseph
II. Thomas, who died In IS!..!, leaving
New York leal estate woith mole than
)r.00,000. Half the Incoiuo of the es
Into was left to tho widow, MaiRinct Ann
Snyder, who sued to remove the execu
tins after the Income had ilmppcd to
3,li00 year. The refeiee Minis thai
fundR of the ehtato were kept Idle und
that Mis. Snyder did not receive all the
Ciiaiii.ks K. PiuisiiN, who died op
AiiRiist IH, 1312. after an auto accident,
cut off all his rilatlvcs and left his es
tate of $33,1137 to friends, eiliieatlonal In
stitutions and missionary soclttlis. He
Rave Sii.ooo to BrldRct Hiitilon, his nurse,
und tho rcsliiuary eslutu or $2,371 to tin.
Mkkii Iikii, a cattle dealer, who du
on Apt II Ti, 1!12, left fr.1,000 to hl.i wife
nnd hr.it her,
C.Eonnn v, opi;i,i mi oman builder
who died on January 23 last, lefi $112
2.17, of which his wife .-o! $00,127 in: I
the rest went to Kdna T Hopper ami
OIr.i T. Pratt, llleres.
Jl'I.IA A. Cox left $IS,flu to her slskl,
"HIKERS" REACH MIDDLETOWN.
nillTrilulsIs on lliirsebnek -l r Vpenk
lo flooil CrotTils,
Minm.KTow.v. N. Y. Am? in . mi
Harriet Polutt and Mis. Nina llbitrh !)
Finest of New Ymk. two of the part of
Momeii HttlTriiKO crusaileis from the head
nuartem of the Woman's Political ttnlon
on ii "horseback hike," ai lived h're
shortly In fore noon to-day. Their llrst
stop to-day after loavlni; Cluster was
lioshen, where n cood sired eiowil wel
iiitned them nnd where they disposed of
oil their souvenir buttons and pencils
ill the tide n in ll llosheii to this city
Senator Hoot, the horse ridden by Miss
Poltett, shied at n camper's tent and Miss
Polrett dropped n liajr ,,f money. She
iHirUI loutiolhd the horse, but half mi
our was lost UlnK to fl nil all the
In this city the ciusaileir. made two inl
ill esses nt the Ontario and Western shops
and to.nlKlit spoke to KOod riowd at
.Mldwnv p.uk. n sumnur resort. Tiny
wer tuatid with uniform courtesy.
They en tn Wurtsboro ninl Montlcello
lii-inoriow The "hikers" scpaiatcd to
il iy. the two otheis Koimt to Coinwall,
v.lilrh was not visited itsteribiy, owlm;
ii lilt- iihscmiliileii slop at Newburith.
TO REPIACE OUSTED TRUST CO.
iliiiliilsll-nlor of Mellooalil I'.slnte
Naineil li iirriiKiile.
Sit'roirate Cohalau appointed Joseph Mr.
cioi,. nhuiiitstrator .vesterday of the
estate of Alexander McDonald, the Stand
nd Oil mini, follnwlnit the court's derision
iiistliiK the Metropolitan Trust Companv,
idmltnstrator. on the itround that the
estate KiifTeied a heavy loss thnniuh the
sale by the company of J. 000 shares of
Standard oil tofk, lollateral on a note.
Mli Lnui.i McDonald Stallo, Krand
I'.itiKliter of Alexander McDonald and heir
'o half the tstatc. was also appointed
an .liliii'msti-ator Mr. McClosk tiled a
Imnd of $1,01111.000 and Miss Stallo must
K.e ice of the same amount. Th Sur
l.i.ite il.iicted the tllist compam to file
an a. i juiillio; of the estate within sitv
( MRS. KINGD0N LEFT $43,229.
tint her or Mra. (i. ,1. lioiild Leaves
It leu to Kneli ttt (.'mutinous.
Mrs. Mnrv KIiikiIoii, who died in Paris
.linn i! lnll, ami wns the mother of Mrs.
icori;c .1 Could, left an tftate of $I3.22!.
She l ad 11 1 lion cash In banks nnd securl-
i- i Iiiik ' ''tl.tv shares Atiieilcan
Ti lepnone nnd T.lfRtnph, eleven I'nlted
S; i'e steel and llftv Weslein 1'nlon.
.-'ii- I. ft :iii emeiald rlriR ti eaih of her
i.iiiilsoiis, Klncd'in. ,laj nnd Ciorire J.
ii iii .ti .Ii . mid all In r oth.-r Jet.elry und
hi wearliiE aiparel to Mis. Could. The
liulk of 'nr estate u'ii to her sisters,
I nnlv I: nni'iiell nnd Mai caret ("alter,
ind hei I'lotliei's. Walter it and Miinchan
C tlti I
JULIAN POTTER DEAD.
Nt-itletl of I. lite llllllt mill Forillt-l
Consul at Nassau,
N'iwioit. Auc 13 Julian Potter, son
of the late IMvvaid T. Pott, r and at one
'.line I'nited Statu- Consul at Nassau
Bali. nun tslanils. i,led to-d.i at Crten
I w icli Conn He was a nephew of the late
; Plshop Potter .ilid sp.nt much of his
! uirlv life m the summer lolonj here
! Ill l'm7 Ml'. Pott, r ellteted busllifss
Me had m.iltUd Alice Plxle.v. one of the
, f iir ilailKlitem i,( Mrs. W K. PKley of
' :fls Wnst Port.v -third sliiet Alee Plxley
was an actress ,uul the siyter of Annie
Plev, an actress Mr potter tinned his
attention to theatrical aff.ilm He became
the advanie acetit for entertainments of a
seml-prlvate icituie at hotels and water
, Iiir place", an oci-upntluli which his wide
circle of fib rids made ptotituhle
, Mr. Pottir's matrl.-iRe to Alice Plxley
I on September II. 1VM, took place 111 the
Mill's l.eil.-'l 'Mil'. I. the 1.-I.I. helm: H
She Was ),o,p,'. up with Pillows while
10 Ceorile II HoUK'ltotl of til- Clllirell
of the Ttnns-llRur itni n ad the m i v ice
She bail b. en a member of li.mi. I I'mb
inan l.vieuin Theatre Cimpin.v and had
taken imrt In "TMlbv." "M'I.i.' 1 The
D.i ns iMiu.lier and other pl.ivs that
i Im made fame and forum, for Inr iter,
Mr Potti'l's bndv will be Lromthl hire
'fill btllilll He Was .1 on llibci of the
Lambs. Knlckerbet l. -i . Pliv.-.. Wet.
luster Coontiv and M tdow Brook Hunt
clubs, lie Is sin v v i d bv thieo ster. Mm
Howatd X Pottei. Mm Tompkins Mell
value and Mm William A Delano: Mso two
brotln rs, Kdward c Pott.i and Itobeit T
Potter. Another brother, lilehii'd Pottei,
died about live jeais airo
MRS. jmE HART KEMPS0N.
(Iiie or ilie I'irsi Women laiinlsenpe
Pointers In Ni.n orl..
Mrs. Julie Hart Kenpsoi. wh as Jul e
Hart Beers was one ot the tl".-t woiii.m
In Ntvv York to n.iln "t.,.,iu,,,.nll n .,
landscape p.imtei. died .vesterday In
I'lititon. N .1. 'ii hee sevi-nty-ti.iith veir
Born In Pitlstleld. Mass,' Miss Hart,
a sister of James .i. Win. am II. ir . came
to Net Yo'k alter hei in irr: ivre t,. Mr
Beers and with her brothers h id a studl
in the old Bodworth BinldhiK at I'.ft i
iivenue and Tw eiit.v -sixth street. Sh.
speclnll7id In outdonr sc-ue- .ti.I ).-; (.
hlbltetl In the National Aculi-mj of ;i...
' s.u;n In 17'"' she iii trrieil i p Tort ti
ICc'iipson. who until his death tweulv
vents ago was the i dltoi of the l.int inn
. 7'inii .
In ii it team she had ntade her Uvni.
In Mount Vera m S'-e leaves a d lUShlet.
Mrs Kdwaiil F BriMli.
j Abrnhiim Straus a BrouMvu jeweller.
"11 1 .vi'ieidav frum iaials at ."ml
i W.t llntb stleit. Mauliatlnn, v.heie he
lived with Ids the sisters, lie was In his
iiftt seventh tear IL- and hi blether.
:b" trio Mi ! Sttaus. started ... Jewell
Imslne-s on Fulton stint neat the Clt'v
Hall It' Brooklyn about thirty .venrs iir'o
mil lete. oi'i upied one of the Mnest stores
n I'ulioii -licet at lliinov'er tdnci In
I'M:' th i'ii.i. which wan incorpoi ated
mder 'be name of M. Straus, vvenl loin
. 'uinl-iup!. but theie was ,i setlb nieiit
, with the i ledums ami business was n
Miinei! I'l a new stole. Mr Stinus was
member of the New York Lod:c of
KIU lie wis uii'iiai tied.
CLER3Y LIKES 'DAMAGED GOODS.'
Ministers oe Plat nml pprove
KnueiilcK V ora I In II,
Klchaid lb nni ' and his coworkers,
, who ate preMiitlii!; Kueiie Brielix's out -i
Hiioken n'av. "D im.i';iil Coods," at the
Fulton Tlciitro, enieitaliiid mine ih'in ton
m.'iihtei'M vcstenbiv arternoon throiiel,
he New York Federation of Churches
The cleritvnieii lepiescntril r.lneleeii dc
nomlnatlons. After the sei ond net .Mr Bennett an
noimced from the sIiirc that he would
web nine any cinnmeuls mi Hie pl i.v. and
i milled that he was picpnicil to ausw r
.my adverse criticism of the piny or lis
oblects. Two or tliteo of the del cvnie'i
spoke hi'lctl) on euueulcs, nnd then there
was a Rcneral ill"ussou In which
euucnlc inoiilaRe", which the tot of the
play advocates, weie ticni'inlly iiIiiroveil.
1 Pints ami Pluer,
. The Murraj Hill Theatle will open on
! Saturday iiluhl with the Dreamland
j llurb niuers, The funic production will
I be S't n 111 the theatle all next week-
"Pile I, me." 11 111. IV lie Iti-ort... stout-.
boiourh, wiilch dials with white slnvtiy,
Will be inoilllci'il to-lllRllt nt the Maxllie
The east for ''Whole litnorance Is
Bl'sh." the new Fcienc .'"ln.ir round),
which will le pi'iit"c d ! the l.vi.tmi
'"i i ' on Ai ii .'',',( I i pu ' i
t ml il it. I i.i n L i-3 l ..litle. iluii
JoMv'i I Frulrrlc dc Belli villi', Flotlne
rnold, May Hrvlllc, Million I 'Hilar nnd
THE BASEBALL GAME
. rrppnrntloiiN hy FIppI Officers
mill Ifcnillnir Itonni Men
MIIS. PIXCHOT IS HOSTESS
Officers of (ho W.voniins: to
(Jive IN'ccpiion on
Nkwwiist, Aur. 13. Preparations have
been completed for the ball Rame her
on Satin tl.iy between a team icprosentlns
the New pott Iteadlna Boom and a nlno
iiiiule up of olllreis in the Atlantic fleet.
The Rame will be for charity.
Preston Clbsoii Is captain of the ftead
Iiir Boom team and he probably will
pilch. William Karl DoiIko, It was said,
will catch; PauldlnR Fosdlck, first base;
Benjamin Weaver, In the Meld ; Georffo
Cnzzens, third base, and (loidnn Douilas,
lortstop. The other players will be
Herbert M, H.irrlnian, K. B. McLean,
Oliver I'errln, Leonard M Thomas,
Charles de L. Oelrlchs and S)ilncy J,
The Navy team s under the m.tnane
metit of Lieut. It. F. ZoRb.tum. Jr. No
man will be allowed to play unlesss he
Iris lieen ten years out of the Naval
Mrs. Amos I'lnchot of New York, after
the nr.tlotial tennis loumament will so to
Medfonl. Pa. Mrs. plnchot was a dinner
entertainer at th" Placard cottime this
evenliu. other dinner entertainers In
cluded Mr Nicholas Murray Butler and
Mrs. Atnli'-w M. Moreland.
Mrs Homy S Itulmond Rave a lunch
con alio. ud the "team ),ieht Admiral for
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Piince and K.
Jullllatil of New Vork.
ll.inlel Von lliilmhausi-u will Rive a
dinner to-mormw nt the Uertnan
Atnbass), Mrs. John It. Abney will enter
tain on Frlda) evening. Mm. Charles
F Hoffman lu announced a dinner for
otllcers of the battleship WyomhiR will
ylve a leciptlon itbo.iiil the shlji to-mor-tow
afternoon und there will be a lunch
ton aboard the Arkansas Riven by ('apt.
Louis M. Cullck, F. S. M. C Lleuten-int.
Coinminilej- Clark II. Woodward will Rive
a lunchioii on the destlover Boe on Sat
Mm. A Duir IivIiik. William 1. Mar
shall. Itobtrt Cravis ami MoiitRomery
Boo-eVelt of Ntvv York leRlsteted ut the
The stiam vaeht North Star has been
chartei.il by William 13. Carter for the
iimalnder of the summer, llobcit T Mn
KiH of New Votk Is heie for a few weeks
tnv Th" prize for tin weekly match
at Hie Newport Coif
Club has b. en of-
fei. d by Clarence .
The It.v. Heib.it
S h 1 im in ii has re
torneil to New Yolk
ntier n wet t in
visit bet... Hubert D. Wreiin or New orrt
will anlve on Fiiday for the ttnnls
tout nami lit Hem) C. MeVlekar and
sons of Ni w Vork are al Bateman Mr
and Mrs. P. A. Valentine have pone to
N.w London on the steam v.icbt Owera
Henry II. W.uil is stifferlnR fiom a sllRht
ntt.irk of the Rrii.
Mr. and Mrs. CeotRe B. McClellan.
llaivev Leslie Cotton. Mm. Kastman
Johnson. Miss F.tlul 13. .1. CotiklltiR and
Mr. and Mrs. Bobut IlloodRood of Niw
nk ate at the Nt v. Cliffs.
On Invitation of T Stiff-in Taller. Km-
millllel Miss I . I liell I of 11.11 i. I'llV,
who I se ndtiiR lli- summer le i' w ll
take p.i't In on- of tin speci.il lailo
mati his at the Wt stch-sti r Polo club
Mrs I,... Taller .mil Mis T.nbr of V. vv
Voik Mr aid Mis. I'mleiick Jo) o
Mr. and Mrs S II Katun. Ml .ne" M -Stitoli.
Talbot iilyphaut and Mis lied"
of New Voik ate nt tin' Muein'i'Vi
The steam vacbi Aihioibte will' '
oliv.t II I 'a vne ii boa id n tin. 'I 'o '
Ilepiii lin t's Ii) the tdrliille nml oin.
I! the Wli S' ii llnet Ad' tic. f'
i),eentmv:i and Live! poll:
iiiitti-r Vim Dr slid vl'
Willi on '. Hi Htlr
Mr tinl Mi Wll'.'sm s
I N I ill v ,-i-U
oo II. nil
lir .mil Mr II V
lir Julius I 'llmni n
Mr. nml Mr. Imrtlett
I! P. liar ten
Ml. aiel Vlr- V. i man M.Dnr I' Wood
I . V 7 I i V 1 1 s I f I I' it III , l Oil
I I. f C.....1. . 1... I.nti.
m 1 ','tiei n-tow i
V.i. I llllan Wlnliiev Mis. r II Miiiih-.v
Mr I r ml, l e'lt
T. .1 llilcle-
i apt .Inlm T v. 'Ci
Mi nml Mrs Ha n n
Mr mnl Mrs
I It Mi'lsmi
II II .S'lll.eilt'l I
V . l ' stint
I Ml- ail.l Ml I
J h'lllrs klc'll
' Ml .: ! I win
. .Mr. .Sillv ll
1 5 1 T 1 . 1 3 1 1 lo lieli.i While wliltivv nt lln
1 llutli i .Ir .'insieil In r he.ivc
Inline tta Tll -s !..) Ailcust I J. l'.iS
Kumrnl Hem In r Lit.- rmldeiue. 13'.' West
Mail) tli'.'.l street, mi Thursday. AUfi
ll ,,t : iielnik laternieiit Wnoitlawn
i nietri v
riti:i:iiultN era ".
I'ener.'.l nirilce. will be Ii. til nt church
nf leu .im! st iiiinitiiv. :i?: w, rif -
srvelilli strcl Kit ill .VliKil-t 1 it I
.VI llelatllrs nnd fl lends uri 111 I I
iinri'lN on Wi din niu). Aimusi Li, 191:
M llelle i;tltfi;i nee Miilltell;i'r I'l "
Mlfe nf Jli i liei I A lirlffln, iiifl 1.1
I uiieriil serines at Inr I. He r -I en .
:'.'0 .Voin-iliii t tvi'iiue. The lireti mi
Tl'llsdiv evellllyt. Al.lill-1 11. I'll i
- n ' lei k l-;-r.u i:h. pupiTH pli.lsp (
KIIMI'MIN'. SiidilrnH. hi Trenl'Ui v J
en the tilth Inst. Julie 11. ill lit n isnn
f Menu , rii.ni N. . wlluw o Dr.
I' 'fortius liiMnpsutj iiReil 7 e.irs
llsltttlves .mil HO nils an- Im lied tn s lenil
the fin.ir.il 'silvlie- nt St I ike's
llplsi itpiil Chun h. .Mi tut hen X .) m
iM'l.tv nfti i iiiion in ; IW .. . In. k Train
le.ivis IVnnsi Iv.iillu St.nl'in 1 M 1' M.
Inleriui'iil " Mriuihi'ii. N J.
I.i if I PS. I i.i A i.l list 11 Kilt 1. S 'I es
TBI: PPM'.IIM Clll'lU'll," -Ii i.
Tv . lit v llilnl un. I i Flunk K 1 "V
Poll 111. Ir i rrbl.i). I0:.10 n 1 1." k Anm
lliol'lle i ertetie.
I'llTTI'.lt. Ailfcilsl IS .llillsn line V nil
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