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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914.
TRIPS OUT ON STAGE
Loiiixc Drcssor Takes Titlo
Kolc in ftnh'ty Tlua(ro
IS NKWKST CIIBSTBU PLAY
Cat lias All Hie Characters in
Author's llecent. l?ust
lllonom" lit the (laloly
li:n.i'ini Louise Pressor
,ri"in Hloesom. llurr Mcintosh
0 , -e i K ' err . . .
Jill V K'T
CUfs 1'Kioun. ...
C ivm t.. picayune
, . . . Jjn tlrey
Harry C. Hrone
. l.llll.in Lawrence
cy r-0rs.ee Morrlsscy
Another specimen of the notion of tho
p I'u. tl.orge Randolph Chester was
far affiled to the stage last night when
m th.- tiiilcty Theittn- Ivlnw & Hrl.ingor
I ri'itii' "Coidella lllnsruni," which has
iN m mail- ny thi- author ami his wlfo
from t itv widely ri'.nl sturds of the s.imu
nunc "i''t ltlrti ijtilek W.illlngford.''
ililn tr-e expert stage vision of llenrgo
i-.ihuti, and "Hobby llnrnelt" 111 .1
uM'tuuo form devised by Wltichell Smith
w.ie previous examples of tin ftUKU U
of .Mi ClHKter'M popular hooka.
At. tlio characters that put "Cordelia
il,oi.sm' betvinn covtrs among tho best
n...r wire ohsirvahlu on the stage of
a (i.iirty last night. The reception In
the : .' Hill. hotel of the mlddto Went town
.a will a the action passed, the otlleo of
tne Jl ior and the tooin In tho house of
tne Ie.s Club these were all populated by
tne finull.ir characters out of the stories
Known !) the name of the heroine. llurr
Melnt' nil had been brought back to the
New V rk stage from which he had been
toj long al).-nt to Incorporate Col. ll'nt
fcrstm lllomom. The uspltlng and clever
htru.i. .. who gave her n.imu to the stories,
wis tiiere In the beauty of l-oulse Dresser,
ur -.It I'. iled egg style of beauty un
::n.i! 'd in Its lovullmss, and tho rist of
the in. u and women that p.ii") through
Mr I'lieib r's pages were to be seen,
whi't.e: It wr Jim 'eirer, the political
i- at. ft e',dltig to the iKilltlcal ambitions
..f a w f. who had passed from her du
iart."'iital p"it to social honors In tho
H!o .mi lit, or the Mayor and his wife.
Mm hi; In II u in nr.
Tho stage version of .Mr. Chester's
utiry w.i stronger In Its preservation of
the author's characteristic humor than
aa a sperlinui of dramatic writing. Its
method were In fact the most elementary
tht playwrights may well employ. Hut
fortunately tho tang of the humor was
to fctroni? and fresh that the audience
once the play had passed the slowness
f the opening scenes laughed almost
lonttnuouily at tho rcvnl.itlon of char
acter F" "Cordelia Itlouom" In spite of the
(iMini'ir climax of tho third act. 1
,d:of!'nr a piny of charaeter. The
ar'stocr.itie Southerner, who hunt?le.
every iffort mado by hla Ingenious and
mb'ttoui wlf and her friends to ilect
him to olll e, was ns Konulne a study
en th stiiK" nu ho mutt have been In
a l".k This part wus admirably acted
Iv M- M. Itit ish, who kept It well within
j h of probability, when to have
txac.T itej Its humor too much would
I' I., en f ni'ke It farcical.
It was thn final scene of tho third act
uhlih i '-p. . ally Interested the audience.
The trik" c.tHeil uh :i filltlcal move to
defi.i' hs rival threatened to terminate
the f '! me 's ehaiic. s forever, as lie had I
i out his i ompany of Illossom fluards i
to defend the city against the strikers
Wet. t" . St it. mlHtla had been sum-
ironed to the town as a means of smish-1
Ini n'l or.nostlon t his c.indid.n-y It
Keme.l ' If th. Colonel Ind nt list '
Untlhel all hope of his election. Ho
Fiste t-oops had been sent buck by him
without being allowed to leave their
w il train In order to atta'cek tho
I'reitl.g of his fellow citizens, the work
limen, and to Interfere with their
rights, was to enjoy n novel nnd Inter-"l-g
situation. And the spectators did
r.Jiy It heartily.
Ilieellent Arllnw Seen,
Tfero was excellent nrtlng to' bring
th humir of Mr. Chester' dialogue and
characterization to Its greatest effect.
Harry K Ilrown as tho despised political
tij wl.o was sacrificing, everything for
th pnlte of his wife's social ambitions
ii'iKl bv nn ngreeablo nnd breezy per
r m.il'tv fur the Just crudity of his man
r.er and methods. The audience took
pe' tal tdcasuro out uf his ekllfut per
form.ince. I)uls Dresser never looked lovelier.
Ml Ha the nmbltlous wife, who was le
tertnlned to bo thn wife of a mayor, she
p'ayeil with Intelligence nnd charm. Jane
(Itev was a contrast In looks to her
bl"t.1 U.'uity. About this quartet tho
Interes .,f the audience centred, although
there Aero nomo other types which had
their siiaro In the success of the play,
"r of t'iee was Howard Truedel ns n
polliieiii henehman. another Charles Dod
erth as the henpecked husband of a
rather oi.v lotisiy domineering wife, and
Of"" Morrlssey, who as n youthful ally
of l'i filnatnm family, added nn lenient
of RlrhMi Uacity to tlio tcenes In which
he lip r.neil
"Cor li ll i lllofotn" was well acted,
Vfn If there were details of the piiiduo
Hon ,i in, u did not meet the hUhcst
ttar.il.inU And It was amusing In a
hertj. Aineile.in way, racy of the fcoll,
from beginning to end.
Neu II r.in tl li il r I Plnj' Slunvii.
MlANTIf ClTV, N. .1., Aug. 31. A. II.
Wr.i.i- i-.-n gdt iiresenii d 'Innocent," a
! ,i prologue, four nets and an
l'l."ie with Pauline Fiederlck In the
Pr '" Put ro'.e, at the Apollo Theatie
Ir" re't" u by Crnrgo llroadhiirst,
lo i' bd on the Hungarian of Alpnd P.isz
'"r s "rlglnlly presented nt tho
I'! i nli.iz'' i Win Theatre). Budapest,
JIrci 21, iilo. if deals with the life
i a Vonnir L'lrl wlin. tirintifht un with
;ut worldly knowirclge, Is left by her
J1 ' u father to tho cine of his only
f'"d. a young roue. Among others lu
"'' 'mp.iny are John Mlltiirii. Julian
M-tr.nige, (leoige Probert. Arthur Lewis
II it .I... Kirkiand. "Innocent" will
" ir- ntmi t ,,.w votk at the Rltinifo
lolin Mil h.i n In ev I'lll).
AsiifBv Pui, N. J.. Aug. 31. John
" i in nle lis debut t the Savoy
-a're fo-nlghf M "Cornered," n melo.
"' , bv dwell Davis, produced by A. II.
- "Cirnereil" Is In four acts, wild
'nes liiM In California, The role
'i ). rfrr an Influential rnllro.nl
'' s one that offers n strong ooti-
to th.it of yifiion Auilrry lu "The
w T ket " in which Mr. Mason was
in- Among those stiiort
' onmny nre John Kmerson, Ame
' M ur WUIInm Sampson. John
I ftn . rl t..l..lA Tlwimn.
'rlne lM Sulle and' Nan Campbell,
.t Ptrt of the audience umammar a,, tarn A 'rin fe The tranefer tax appraisal of the estate
the story wondered by what expe llcm. In It ( . it II Done . Anna f l a lie , ; o
t-.e Ml.lv honrt candidate for Mayor l" d and was for many years a plctur-
roiiH pos-ltdy be saved. It awaited with "ns On A rs J, ek Its an W,1U' Kr0 m locn, hl,lorj. n., custodian
Intennt the revelation of the J'1- 7'"
Mr-ithts plan. " "n,"" "Ji1" snn Itevue fo "nowa 0mt h0 " ,ll'"t "50- ' h!"'
To see the Colonel and the ofllcers ' 'j' " , . m-'J -'-3n deposited In savings banks and
fnter with the strikers cheering him; ' 1". I " ' , " .1? 5 i-t owned ten nhares of Terrace Iteulty
tVn to h.ar his explanation that tho t ' -Sc" "r Kh.Tn Th.?Vr1' , Mr,J,'.' : stock worth Jl.ono and live shnrrs of
NEW PLAYS AT THE MOVIES.
Drnninn Iteneoed In I'll in Korm nt
Oscar Itanimcrstcln continue to ndd to
tho musical featured of his rnovlnu pic
ture show nt tho Lexington Avcnuo Opera
Ilouso without diminishing tho appeal to
the eyo. A sceno from "Cavallerla Husll
enna" was new yesterday The ploturn
play was "lAive nverlastlnir." with Lydln
Horelll, who acted In "Tho Naked Truth"
nt tho Candler Theatre earlier in tho ea
son. Then them were tho customary
comlo film, tho BCletitlflc film and tho
Tfiero was n war film nt the New York
Theatro yesterday, although the sceno
was laid In this country and tho period
was our own war of tho rebellion. "Dan"
was tho titlo of tho piece, which Hal Held
had written for Lew Dockstader. There
were thrilling ccnes from tho old battle
fields and dlstlngulflhed OeneraU of that
mini were numerous In Uio various nnd
tlirllllnr? tableaux. Then there was to follow
"Jess of the .Mountains," with Its Rifted
"The Iist raradlfe." one Of I.tldwl
Kulda's first successful playes, was on tho
screen of the Strand Theatro last nlitht.
Maude Adams acted In tho play when It
was first given here, but the star last
night was It. 11. Warner. Tho musical
nnd other attractions, of the Htrand wcro
to bo enjoyed.
Tho CJIob.i still ofrorn faljiria," while
nt the Vltagraph Theatre "A Tainted
World" and "A Florida Enchantment"
may be eeen.
SCHAFFER AT PALACE
IS SEEN AT HIS BEST
Other Yaiiileville Theatres Have
Attractive Bills Some Just
Sylvester Pchaffer, who was seen re
cently In a frame lem suited to tho expo
sition of his best finalities, found himself
completely at tho I'alaco Theatre yes
terday, when the full measure of his
accomplishments was revealed. Ho
again did all tho things that lin did so
woll on the oot aelon of his first appear
an?" here, nnnipubitlns his cards and
coins, imlntlug two landscapes In oils
beforo tho nudlence, playing the violin.
Juggling plates and doing somo sharp
shooting of a wonderful virtuosity.
The more exarUng physical exponltlons
ruth ns his throwing of the cannon ball
;iito tho air and allowing It to fall upon
his unprotected shoulder, the lifting of
the chariot and the b.ilaelng of the globe
with Its four figures Inside of It these
feats of strength eemtd more than ever
remarkable In vl-'w of tho slight figure
of the young Hercules who was perform
ing them ami the ease with which they
vcre done. The latest of the distin
guished Kchaffers was seen to tho bejrt
advantage nnd the audiences were not
lacking In ipnreclatlnn of hU efforts.
All that he had to show derived greoter
tffectlvene?s If m the fact that he did
thene wonderful things In tho right at
mosphere. Montgomery nnd Moore, who were s
nmulng as ever, which Is a high tribute
to them: Dalntv Marie, who combines
it comic power that suggists Kva THn
guay, with outllneii that rival those of
Annetlo ICflleriivinn ; Hert Kltiglbbons
nnd "The Itlue Diamond." a brief melo
drama, were some of the things on tho
programme not done by Sylvester Nchaf
fer. Hut the audience took delight out
of thun. too.
Corse I'ayton, assisted bv Minna
I'hlllpt. Ik pre-entlng a playlet called
"Tho Wife Tamers" this week at
Hnmntersteln's. This will be his only
appearance. In vaudeville thle season. The
surrounding nits Include Nick's Holler Tho win leaves all plcturm, filate.
Skating (llrls, Wltlnrd Sims nnd company. Jewelry snd household efeets for dlstrl
Keno and Mavne. (Ullette's Orent Monkey I button among relatives nnd friends nc-
Troupe, Fred Duprez. Dorothy and Made-1
)ne Cameron, Norman Telma, lllson City I
Quartet. Ornee Demar. Paeky and Ter- .
mini, Flying l.a Mnrrs. Those French
Dolls ami motion pictures.
The Alhntnhra Theatre, which wni
closwl during the summer, reopened yes-
terday for the fcason. Joseph Santley!
heads tho bill nnd other acts on the I
programmo lncltiile (. narlee i:. i.vans,
wards appears In the stellar role. Other
acts Incluilo llurke and MoDonald. Ixipez
nnd Ixipcz, Flavin, Arcaro, tho llolng
Kangaroo and Harry Taten new skit.
The (lloho Trotters," a new burlesque
organization. Is appearing tills week at
the. Columbia Theatre. An original satire
In two nrt called "Tlio Dowery Ilrenk-
ers is presenxeii. wunng m aciiou oi
the burlesque thero are twenty or more
musical numbers. The principals In the
company tiro Leo Kendnl, Ultn Joorns,
Hddio Co'.llne. Frnnklo Hlce. Frank
Hunter, F.dllh Mlrlleld, Iloh Algers, Mudgo
Darrell', Don Trent, l'loronco Davenport I
and Ullll" Moore. 1
The New Taxi 01rls"ls tne attraction
.hi. ...l. .i h Miimv mil Theatre. '
1 " 1 ' v
Thin Is ono of the standard nurlesqtie '
.hn nnd It comes for the onenlng of '
h,. .ir.iv Kenson enti lined w th a fresh
" - . .. -- . ,
programmo that includes two one
durlettns, an entirely now eccnlc nnd
costume Investlturo nnd a cast tdat In
cludes many well known performers.
Princess Doveer. a dancer, la ono of the
futures and others who contrluuto to tno
untertalntnont are Joe llurkloy, Ida Hay
ton, Lynn Cnntor, Mnrk Wiley, Jack
Howard. Una Chidwlck, Claire Crawford
and Hilly Il.trrls.
Notes of lhe Ulnar.
Frank Sheridan, who was so long seen
In "Paid In Full.' Joined tne cast ot -w nai
Happened at 22 last nmii ai me mime
Theatre. Ho succeodod llntiert l iscner in
the Important part of oiinter.
June Keith has been engaged to play the
part of thn Chinese girl, Nanp lHng, In
"Mr. Wu," the Anglo-Chinese piece that
Walker White side will produce next
month In conjunction with Henry W.
A censor from the Police Department
sat through a rehearsal of the new Hip
podrome ptoductlon, "Wars of tho World,"
yeslenbiy In order to discover If there
were any scenes portray.ng the present
F.uropcnn conlllct which might Incite to
tint and disorder. Ill that case, the censor
said, he would be compelled to servo no-
tlcn on the llippournnm management m
withdraw or alter any such scenes. At
tho closo of the rehearsal h left with
out making any comment.
The sctnery for "Thu lUwk" (L'i:per
v.cr), the ParUlun piny In which William
F.iversham will be seen hero the latter
part of September, has arrived from
l Southampton, Joseph Marker, tno scemo
!nitlt, who was responsible for the Faver
, slum productions of "Julius Ciesar" and
othello," Unladed his work twu munths
atfu, but Peeause or uie war n mis laneu
this Ion to iint the fccenory here.
Mile, Uabrklle Dor.Ut. who Is to play
the prlnrliml feminine role with Mr.
Favershiim was expecttd on the Olympic,
but she could not locate her theatre
trunks 111 time to sail. She expects to
come on the France
iiiili'iiiy of Muslo for .Movies.
Motion pictures will constitute tin.
ftltur' eiitertiilnment lit tile Academy of
Mllsl.' lit Fourteenth sireei nnn Irving
i'iI.i 'e, Tho Acmliiniy was one of the
earlhst hemes of grand opera In this
country nnd fr miny years housed the
foreniot ilraiuntlo plays. William Fox,
prnnretor of the thoitre, has directed
that the change take place this week.
MRS. ROOSA'S WILL FILED.
I'll) ftlcluii'i Wliloir Left .More Thnn
111(1. (Mill Mnnr lleqursls.
Tho will of Mrs. Sarah li Itoon, who
died on August 9 at 2.1 Hast Thirtieth
street and who was Uie widow of Dr.
D. II. St. John Hoosa, for yearn one of
the best known physicians of New York,
was Hied In the Surrogate's Court yes
terday. It disposes of tin estate of more
than J100.000 and leave J30.00O and
tho residuary istnte to Mary lluttet
worth Hazelton, a relative by marrlago
cording to a memorandum. Mrs. Itnona
gives J1.000 each to tho children of a
brother and makci cosh beiuest to
-iTADTTTT T VTVQV TTTT tl "inn
-MAil 1 til J . iai .0,OUU.
' 7. ' . .
l.slale of I ornier ( ii.todlnn of tin-
rfy Hull Aiirnlsed
Vnndewenter llealty stock valued at 1500
The will left tho bulk of the estate
to tho tiTitator's sons, Charles W, and
William It. Keese, nnd his daughter. Mrs.
Kllzabeth A. Maxwell, and their children
He loft smnll cash bequests for friends
of his family.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS,
Mils. Matiiildr Hoon, who died on
March (1 last, distributed among three
daughters nnd son a large trust fund
deposited In Munich. Germany. Her
V" """'' V.' .' V.. t .l.i T
Mrs. .Margaret nice or .ew iork, nun
, , . 1 1 It , V . v-.i, 1. ..
""r """''''"""' " "!'""",
her estate In this country nnd In Eng. I
, . , , , i.i ..i.. it
lanu. nno n uie m ui ...
nood, who died In 1002,
Ai.msnT WAtntAMK, an otllcer of tho
American Hlble Societ-, left the bulk of
Ills estate to his foster-daughter, Mabel t
Wadhams of Weiterlelgh, Staten Island,
-who wns adopted as a outlining irom tne
New York Infant Asylum when she wus
11 months old.
John It. Hkiiat, who died May 10,
1911, nnd who conducted horseshoetnif
shops at the Gentlemen's nidlng Club nnd
elsewhere In tho city, left 108,831. The
npprals.il shows that the Income of the
buslnesH was cut down by the use of
John M. Dotin, Jr., who died January 6
last, left J59.733 to his Bon, Charles (1.
Dodd. which was tho latter's Interest In
real estate worth more than 11,000,000
left by his grandfather.
William L. Duwi.ino, who died In
Ilrooklyn on Ortobur 13 last, left a gross
estate of 122,655,13, which Is reduced
to $18,249.30 by the expenses of adminis
tration and other charges. His wlfo,
Jessie K. Howling of 8301 Itldge lloule
vard. Is the sole legatee.
Nor.t. 11. SANIinPN, a lawyer wno nan oi-
flees Ut 37 Liberty Street, .Mailliniiail, tetl
an estate of JIOMOO, according to the
will filed with the Ilrooklyn Surrognb
yesterdnv, With the exception of two
trust funds of Jl.000 nnd C,000, tho
estate Is to be divided among the testntor's
three sons, Frsncls N. and Oeorge P. of
Ilrooklyn. and Frederick N. Banborn, West
llronx. The trust funds aro for the bene
lit of two sisters,
F. H0PKDJS0N SMITH SAFE.
Artist! Wife nnd Son on Fnmis
F. Hopklnson Smith nnd his wife are schooner Hampton tied up ut the foot
safe at Dines. In Normnndle. A friend of Wt Nlnetv-slxth street yestenlsy In
nf F. Ilrukely Smith, tho artist's son, recorder to bo on board tho Hudson Rivet
reived a letter yesetrday from hltn. The D nyLIno lioate. Thoy sang on nil four
son In on his farm, Hnllen Klles, Calvados, . of them, taking the Hendrlck Hudson
Normandlo, and he wrote that his fathor ! New York to Poilghkeepile, tho Washing
Is nt Dines, ten kilometers nwny, suffer- . ton Irving Poughkeepslo to West Point,
lug tho usual discomforts of war, but not stngo West Point to Illghlnnd Falls, Ihe
complaining, steamer Albimv Highland Falls lo West
Father nnd son have to get permits lo Point and the Robert Fulton WoJt Point
see each other; have to no in the nouse
st 0 oclock in tno evening and nave
trouble getting workmen.
ftnlft IL Company's esles ef teef In New
York city fnr the week tmlln AiiKint Stth
nversged ns fnllnwst rtnlilmtle Ileal It. OS
rents. Imported Uef 11,4s ctnti per pound.
-J rV.'4Ve W. ftlMtOT ' 9 -
The Russian advance.
MRS. W. E. CARTER AND
GEORGE BROOKE WED
Marriape to Cotillon header, of
Philadelphia Hastened by
IPlltt.Knri.i'ltM, Aug. 31. Th arrival
of Mr and Mrs. George Ilrooko at the
Ilellevue-Slratford Hotel to-day coincided
with the announcement that Mr. llrooke'B
' bride of two weeks was Mrs. Lucille Polk
1 Carter of Philadelphia nnd llryn Mawr,
' who several months ago rucurcd a divorce
from William II. Carter.
Hroiike, who Is a member of many
'iri uples a prominent place In Phda-
Mrs. George Brooke.
delphla society snd Is a cotillon leader.
He came here to-iUy and Immediately
left with Mrs. llrooke and her daughter,
Miss Lucille Carter, for his country home
at lllrdsboro, Pn.
The announcement of the wedding came
as a surprise. The ceremony was per
formed In London on August 10. Mr.
llrooke said that the war caused on ad
vance In tho date of the marriage.
"Mrs. Carter and her daughter were
fortunute In being able to leave Parts
Just before the mobilization, he said,
"They came to Iomlon, mid 1 Insisted that
the marriage take place nt once. We
got passage on the Olympic,"
Mr. llrooke wuh blttor against the
l ., i, ,t r ih American (lovernment
twuld Us citizens In Hurope In the first
wrt.i, following tho declaration of war.
He censured both Ambassador Page and
Secretary Hryan for the manner in which
ho said they had fulled to provide for
SINGING TOURISTS IN NEW YORK.
Hampton Coininiiiy Hllt-crtillns Pus-
rimers on Hudson Hunts,
Tho Hnmpton singers, who hnvo been
touring from Virginia to Maine, vlsltlnc
mnny of the suiiiiner resorts, kept their
to .ew lure.
Aa the Hendrlck Hudson passed tho
battleehlp Minnesota thn Hampton sing
ers, nugmentiMl by tbn Hendrlck Hudson
quartet and by many of the passengers,
sang the "Star Spangled Iianner" In uni
son with tho orchestra. On nil tho boats
plantation mtdodlc were sunff.
f J k
r-i t bi
fir- ; :U-fM
I OPERA SEASON ABANDONED.
.Most of I'llllililelphlil-Clllriiuo
MnKi-rs In KlKlillntc llnnks.
I'lm-M'Ct.iiiiA. Auk. 31 At a confer-
etice of the local representatives of tho
Philadelphia-Chicago Opera Company In
the olllce of r htoti-Htiury Here to-dy
It Is understood that hope of getting the ,
orgatilzntlun together for the coming seu-
son wus alKitiuoncu. since moit of the dlenss Mr. Trabold was botn In New
stars, as well as the male members of ark. He rerved In the Common Council
the chorus, aio detained In Europe by the , from ls3 to 1!37. Ho was a collector
Subscriptions already sent In, aggre
gating J300.000. will bo refunded.
lloncl, Ituffo, Sammarco utid Polese nre
subject to call In Italy, nnd It Is under
stood that they aro already In the mo
Milling ranks. Crabbe, tho barytone, U
a lliiglan and has been romcwhero near
..,,, tr.. ii. nnir.riU nf h. ,,
Dufrnni. and Hnberdrnu aro at the front
uiili thn Prenyl, nrmv.
With the announcement that the PhlU- , of ,h" founders of the Voughkrrpa Wn-delphln-Chlcago
company could not be ' rrJ r"a-
organlze.1 for the corulng season the ,
Century Opera Company of Now York. Tl"" !,,'v' William llneUel.
made arrangements for an extension of I MANttAssnT. I I. Aug. 31 The riev
the season ulready arranged for Phlla.
J. A. RAWLINS BURIED.
Mnnr Friends of Polo Player Attend
furriers nt Graveside,
Westhuiit, L. I Aug. 31. Nearly two
hundred well known polo players and oth
ers representing the Meadow Ilrook, Hock
away Hunt and other polo and hunting
clubs attended tho services for John Arm
strong Hawllus at tho grave In the Quaker
Meeting House Cemetery at Weatbury to
day. Tho funeral services were nt the
Church of the Heavenly Hcst In Man
hattan. The honorary pall bearers were Arthur
S, Hurden, J. M. Wnterbury, Ilene La
Mnntngne, Hugeno S. Iteylial, K. C Potter
nnd John r:. Cowdln.
Floral pieces wero banked high over the
grave. They came from personal friends
nnd members of the polo clubs throughout
the country, nnd orders were given for
pltces from relatives usd friends of Mr.
Hawilns In England, where his fattier.
Major Henry Rawlins, lives.
The ncclilcnt to Mr. Hawilns was the
first fatal accident thnt has ever occurred
nt Meadow Ilrook, where hundreds of
polo games have been played.
Arrived by the Atlantlo Transport liner
Minnehaha from Liverpool :
Mr. rul Mrs. Jl. A. Mis. Mary IL Mo-
Krrd II Heiwh.
Miss Harriet J Wack.
llr sn.1 Mrs. Wllllsm
Mr snd Mrs. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Merlon
Krnun 1', Kir.
Juilno usl Mrs. Gardi
MIsi Kathleen Hard
ier Miss Susan D. La
.1 Vs'iihn Merrick l
r wid Mrs Owen
Miss Lucy II. Pratt.
Tli Key, and Mrs.
W. L. Jlutlodje.
Mr un.l Mrs. W. O
Psilrl M Thomu
Jsmes A Wskefleld.
Mr. m Mrsf lilnin
A, Wilcox. '
Ir. snd .Mrs. Xewls D.
Sailing by tho Norweglan-Amerlcan
liner KrlMIonlafJord for IJerten :
L Aivlereon. Mrs. S. T .McKlnney
Cspt .1 II. Jaeobjon. .Mr. and Mrs A T.
Mr. rl Mrs. J. Jo- Sohsetfer
liiiiiiimii Fred Victor
Mf '' .?,?.I,,,r A,ma WlleUer.
Miss (tally Moller. 11 in:
Miss A nmi llrlmer to Wed,
A wedding which Is tp take place on
Saturday, September 6, Is that of Miss
Anna May Holmer, who will be married to
Dr, Robert Hurhanan Kennedy of New
York city. The ceremony will bo per
formed nt tho home of the bride's pa
rents, Judge and Mrs. aoorgo William
Holmer or Rockland Lake, N. Y.
Miss Jenn Kenne.ily, a sister of the
bridegroom, will be the mnld of honor.
nnd the Misses Helen and FJeanora
Relmtr, nieces of the bride, will be flower
girls, Frederick A, Ilrnndow will be Dr.
Kennedy best man.
Mies Relmer for several years has been
ft stenographer In the office of District
Silas Tnrlon in lie llrlitn,
MoNTtit.AlR, N, .1., Aug. 31, Tlie mar
riage of Robert Harry Rldsdale, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rldsdalo of Mont
rlnlr, to Miss Florence Turton of Host
Ornnge will take pIhcb at the home of
the drlde-elert next Friday evening. Tho
best man will be Leslie Wallls, cousin of
thn bridegroom, und the bride's only at
tendant will be her sister. Miss Mabel
SENATOR. LODGE MUCH BETTER.
OrervrorUed Himself for Americans
Abroad, fny Dniighfer-ln-lnTT,
LtNN, Mass., Aug. 31. Mrs. Kllsabeth
tiodpe, daughter-in-law of Senator Henry
Cabot Lodge, and her throo children ar
rived at Nahalit, to-day after tr1ng ex
periences In l'aris nnd Iondon beforo
boarding ship for Now York.
Mrs. Lodgo declared that the Senator
has not been critically 111 slnco ho had been
abroad, but that elncc tho war broke out
he has worked extremely hard aiding
stranded Americans. Mrs. Lodgo nnd the
thee children, together with the Senator
and Congressman and Mr. Augustus I'.
(lurdner, were forced to flee from their
villa at Dlppe, and tho family came away
with two trunks, both packed only with
sheets by servants, who beenmo panic
stricken when they heard crowds In tho
streets shouting that war h.ld been de
clared. "Senator Lodge Is much better thnn he
was eomo tlmo ago." nald Henry Cabot
Lodge 3d. "I do not know when hn will
come home, but It will probably be about
mo miaaie or nepiemDer.
NEAR SIDE STOPS BEGIN TO-DAY.
Ordinance Iesliin"d to Increase
The ordinance requiring surface cars to
etop on the near side of street crossings
becomes effective to-day. Placards In
the cars have told the publlo all ubout
It for several days.
The rulo applies to most streets, the
exceptions helriK Indicated by the IVillce
Commissioner. At crossing where the
stopping place Is on the far side, its of
old, signs to thnl effect have been posted.
Tho ordlnnnco Is based on the experi
ence of other cities which tried tho near
stop plan and was recommended to the
Aldermen by a committee appointed by
the Mayor. It Is designed to Increase the
safety of the publlo and to better tratllc
DANFORTH L. JONES.
. I'nrdlionrd .Mnmifneliirer Dies nt
Mi in tner Home Mt .Midler lelnml,
I Danforth It Jones, president of Dan-
forth L. Jones & Co., cardboard manufac
turers, died Sunday afternoon tit his sum
mer homo In Shelter Inland Heights. Ho
f.i years out.
Mr. Jonns was a member of Hn old
ltrooklyn family and made his homo at
10 Hancock street, ltrooklyn. Ho In sur
vived by four elMters, Mrs. Samuel II.
Jones. Miss Mary T Jones and Miss JuHa
I. Jone.s of Ilrooklyn and Mrs. Charle.s
MurdtH'k of Ohio, and four brothers,
Nathan C, Thomas I., Joseph S. and Will
iam O Jones.
The funeral services will be held to-day
nt Shelter Island. Tho Interment will be
lu Ureenwood Cemetery. Ilrooklyn.
BISHOP ROBERT McDiTYRE.
Ile Hose From Helm n Mill Worker
Id lllutl Church Honors,
CltiOAdo, Aug. 31. The llev. Hubert
Mclntyre. 'bWiop of 'tho Methodist Kpls- j
copal Church In Oklahoma, dkd to-day
nt Wesley Hospital, at the ago of 63.
He began life n a mill worker, later
became a bricklayer, then a preacher.
Illshop Mclntrn h.w had his olllclal resi
dence since May, 1912, at Oklahoma City,
but for many sears be was pastor In
Illinois cities and lu Chicago. He wad
stricken In I'hlrago on his way to Okla
homa from a ronferenrp In .Michigan two
weeks ago. llo was bom In Selkirk,
Valentino ('. Trnbold.
Newauic, N. J Aug. 31. Valentine C.
Tiabold, who served us president of the
Newark Common Council nt one time,
died In ills dome. fc69 South Fifteenth
, street, last night from a complication of
for Felgenspan's brewery for nln
Scars, He Is survived by his wife.
Pot'OIIKKEPHIE. N Y Aug.
rick Ilrown, formerly grand high prlet
of the Grand Chapter, Hoyal Arch Maj-ons
I of New York Slate, died hero to-day In
ll,s sventy-llrst year. Mr. Ilrown served
tiirougn me civil war and later was one
William Huckol, formerly pastor of St.
Anno's Kplsc pal Church, Morrlsanla. died
at his homo here yrMerdty In his eighty
fifth yoar. He was Uirn In Philadel
phia and graduated from the University
of Pennsylvania In 1SI9. Ho retired
from active church work ten years ago.
KiMinrd C, lloliniin.
Hdward C. llolman, fos fifty years
Janitor of Publlo School IS, on Mtiujer
street, HrooklTi, died yesterday .it the
homd of his daughter. Mrs. W. llurr,
2H4 Grant avenue. Cypress Hills, In his
.Miss Delhi Donley.
Hiss DelU Dooley, w ho died at her resi
dence, 424 Fourth street, Ilrooklyn, wns
n sister cf former Register Matthew 15.
Dooley. long time Democratic leader In
the Twelfth Assembly district. Sho wns
born In Ilrooklyn fifty-two years ugo.
.Mrs. MndKe I. eland Wnrd.
PonT Chester, N. Y., Aug. 31. Mrs
Madge Leland Ward, the wife of William
U Ward, RepubllCMti national committee
man and former Representative In Con
gress, died this morning nt her home here
nfter nn Illness of a year. She wns born
nt Purchase, N, Y. She renves four
Vnnderblll II. Jloey.
Vanderbllt B. Hoey, head of the cus
toms brokerage firm of It. Hoey Ai Co.,
25 Whitehall street, died on Friday at
his home, 134(1 Pnclfio street, Ilrooklyn,
In his sixty-ninth year. He was a Knight
of Pythias, nn Odd Fellow nnd a mem
her of the Customs ltrokera Association.
His wife survives dim.
Mrs. Annie II. Plnrknry.
IIackk.s'pack, N. J., Aug. 31. Mrs.
Annie D. IMnckney, wife of Hiram C.
Plnckney of 302 Lenox avenue, New York,
died suddenly In Hergenflcld, near here,
early to-day, while on her way to take
n train fnr the city. She had been visit
ing the family of M. O, Jones. Sho was
f2 years old.
Miss Jenimette HnrT,
Miss Jeannette Duff, a publlo stenog
rapher, with an olllce at 114 Liberty
street. Manhattan, died yesterday from
tonsillitis at her homo, ICS Neptune ave
nue, Jerseey City. She was 2 years
old and Is survived by her parents, two
brothers und a sister.
Lieut, John 1". Mnher,
Lieut. John F. Maher, who served
twenty-two years In the Fire Department
and was In charge of Company 217, died
on Sunday nt his home, 123 Sterling
place, HnioklSTi. In his forty-sixth yenr.
He Is survived by tils wife, two sons nnd
will do well to imht that
the valuei behin l bond and
preferred stock iuuci be tub
Unlisted by an appraisal of
The American Appraisal Co
S3 l iberty Street, New York
Chlcafa Milwaukee Ilniton
Montreal l'hllseplila Ht. I, mils
Cincinnati Min Francisco Cleveland
TENUIS DRAWS BIG
CROWD AT 'NEWPORT
Strilriiiff Gowns of I'lnk and
Black Worn liy Prominent
YolIlcn nt Tournament.
MANY VIS1T0KS I) EPA TIT
Ambassador Hakhmoteff He
turns From Washington
Danco at Clam Ilako Club.
Newport, Aug. 31. There was n bla
crowd out for tho seml-tlnals at tho na
tional tennis tournament to-day; tne
boxes were filled and thore wcro many
prominent persons to bo found In tin.
I'lnk, black and whlto costumes neetnuJ
to bo the prevmllng choice of tho womci.
to-day. Tnuro were many atrihimr
gowns worn, and prominent anions
In pink were Mrs. Arthur Scott Hutileu,
Mrs. Harold Hands, .Mrs. John C. Kalr
chiids, Mrs. dunes m, Oelrlclis and
.Mrs. Joi,epli K. Wldetier. Aiiioiik tho.e
In black and white costumes weto .Mrs.
Henry l'lunepont IVrry, MIsi Mildred
Hives, Mrs. Ueorgo I). Wlduner UJid Mm.
William CJ. Loew.
Heglstered at the Casino to-day were
Charles I;, Diiniap, l'iiu.iiii.lp)ii,i. wsiting
H. J. llerulnd, Mr. and Mrs. A. Duer lrv
Ing, Mij.it Ithixlos and I.dy Do. les,
visiting Mr. and Mm. M.irsdeii ,l l'erry;
King Collins, l'rnvldcnee, vlb'tlng llrad
ford Norman; Charles (Jlbson. Iloslou,
visiting Dr. J. J. Mo.son; .Mlsa Jane
Lighter, Philadelphia; Miss Louise Ilrown, W
.Now York, Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Thome.
New York, IMeh.ird Ashurst. Jr.
Philadelphia; Theodoslas Stevens, Now
Jersey; Mr nnd Mrs. William A. Haz
ard, New York.
Col. and Mrs. George A. Amies and
Miss Julia Nlchol, who have been the
guestB of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marsden J. l'erry,
stared for Washington to-day by motor,
planning to visit Uoston, Albany, West
Point and New York on tho way.
Mrs. W. W. Tompkins Is the guest of
Mrs. I.eroy Jones at Plttnld, Mass.
Phoenix Ingraham has concluded his
visit with Pembroke Jones and has re
turned to New York.
Mr. and Mr. Stuyvimnt Pish will Mart
for their home at Harrison on the Hud
son on Sundnv, not waiting for the hor
show Mrs. Hamilton MrK. Twomhly will
alo leave for Madison this week. She
gave a dinner at Vlnel.ind Inst night
Ambassador HaklinietefT of ltussla has
returned from Wi.shlngtoii.
Mrs. Frederick W. Vanderbllt will eon-
elude her visit with Mrs, James U Van
I Alen this week nnd return to Hyde Park.
Predcrlck M. Davis of New York In a
'guest of Alfred il. Vanderbllt at Oak
i land Parm.
Miss Lota Itoblnson closes her Newport
' stay this week and goes to Narragansett
Pier, where she will be the guest of John
j Mls Kdith N. Hunter gave a d.mr nt
i tho Clam Hake Club lo-nlght.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr. nnd Mrw. Wilder Hloodgowl dave
returned from North Knst Harbor. Me..
Mrs. Hloodgood and her daughter will
n-nifD iwr .icniui . nun ntrn, wiicre
Hloodgood will visit Miss Marlon Tiffany,
daughter of Mrs. Henry F. Oodfrcj-.
Lawrence T. Durnnt has left Newport
for Southampton, L. I., where he will
remain until the early part of October.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcel Stelnhrugge. who
wero In Ilruges, Helgltim, when war was
declared, nre at tho Hotel Victoria, Lon-
Senator nnd Mrs. George T. Oliver have
returned from Kuropo and are nt the
Gotham before leaving for Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson O'Shaughnessy
will return to-day from Narrnganitett
Pier. It. I.
Mr, and Mrs. S. Harold Freeman nf
Morrlstown. N. J., nre at Narraganaett
Pier, It. I., for tho remainder of the
Mr. and Mrs. Geraldyn Redmond, who
returned recently from Europe, are nt
the St. ReglH before going to their sum
mer plnco In Tlvoll, N. Y.
Ml en Rmlly Tuckerman, who has been
visiting friends In liar Harbor, has re
turned to her cottnge In Stockbrldge,
Mliss, for the remainder of the summer.
Mr.i. Samuol Stevens Sands, who re
turned on Saturday from France, where
she had been visiting her mother, Mrs.
William K. Vanderbllt. Is with Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. Scott Cameron In Southampton,
Mr. and Mrs Willis R Paine have re
turned from Whlto Sulphur Springs, W.
Vn., and nro lit tho Plaza.
The wedding of Miss Irma McCloskey,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Francis J. Mo
Clwikey, to lCnsIgn James H. Rutter, at
tached to tho U. H. H. North Dakota,
will take place to-day at the home of
her parents, 301 'West Nlnety-oventh
HA.11K.NJ:SB OIIEBS.MA.V On Saturday,
Ausu.it :o, ut St. Philip's Church In tha
HiBhlonds, by tho Hev U. Clones Chor
ley, Hnra Arden, daughter of Dr. Tim
othy Matlack Cheesnmn and Clara Llr
logston Cheesman, to Albert Itirkneiss.
son of Albert Granger llurknuas ot
Providence, It. I.
HALL. Suddenly, on Monday, Amiust IL
1911, at his residence, 13 North avenus.
Norwalk, Conn., De Witt C Hall, In his
Hth year, and sen of Asahel Hull, M, 1).,
and Catherine Ituilen Vander Hers, lata
of 1'ouKhkerpils, K. Y.
funeral eerrlres at hla late residence on
Wednesday afternoon, September J, at 4
o'clock. Interment at Poughkeeptla,
JONKM. At Shelter Island Hetgh'ji, New
York, on Sunday, Austin SO, lUnfnrth L.
Joni. youngest aon of the lata Thomas
Ingram and Elizabeth Owen Jonss.
Funeral earvlces at Shelter Island llelijhu,
Tu.lay, ut 3 P. M Interment at re
ceiving vault, dreenwood Cemetery,
ltrooklyn, Wednesday, September !, at
tl A. M., where Miuionlo aervtcea will
b held. Halatlves, friends and members
of Altatre Idge, No. 01, F. A A. M,
u.rt Invited to attend.
LININOTO.V. At Hhort llllls, N. J Auguat
19, 114. Osrlruds Watson, wlfa ot
Stephen W. Llnlngton.
Funeral service Kill ba !etd at har lata
residence, Short 1 1 1 1 Us. N, J on Tues
day, Deptember 1, at 10 A. M, Carriages
will meet train leaving Hobokon at 1:16
A. M, Newport papers please ropy.
nolo Antonio, aged 71, Services "THI1
FUNCltAL CHURCH." Ill West Twenty
third street (Frank C Campbell ilulld
Ing), Tuesday, It o'clock. Auspices
WARD. At Port Chester, N. Y on August
IL 1114, Madge Leland. beloved wits ot
tho Hon. William L Ward.
Funeral private. Kindly omit flowers.
WTINVVsM. niVKfTllnV I sis I wis, -isissaisv.
day on rtiour.