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THE SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1915.
H. Y. 0. GRADUATES
HEAR WAR SERMON
pr. MiiIpoIiii T. Mm-la-oil Says
f. S. Cnu Ksdthlisli a Moral
COMMKKCIAL MEAN'S TOO
The baccalaureate service of the New
York 1'nlverslty's plRlity-thlnl com
wenmtnt week was held yesterday
iftrrnoon In the nudltorlum of tlio Ooull
Memorial Library nt University Height.
At 4 o'clock a procession headed by
the combined cholrii of the nil Some
Church, the Church of tho Advocate ami
th Woodstock Prceb)terl.in Church en
tertd II"' cliapM. The singer were fol
lowrJ I'J' tlie faculty ami 150 seniors.
The Rev Percy H, Wlghtman. pastor
of the I'nUerslty Height Presbyterlnu
Church, opened the service with an In
vocation. After the singing of two an
thems by nr. He wilt i. j'eiion or ine
ft. James I'rolpstant Kplscopal Church,
the Hev Dr. .Malcolm .1. MacLeod, pastor
of the Collegiate Reformed Church, de
livered the baccalaureate sermon. His
tut was, "I saw n new heaven and a
n,- earth." nev. 21:1.
Tho graduates were told by Dr. Mac
feod that a universal peace will comt
only when there Is a worldwide brother
hood. Neutrality wilt offer little or no
remedy, he said : nationalisms and social
ai.ttncilon must disappear : the ko.i1
n.H he rrnllicd only when there Is atl
appreciation or n common moon, a com
mon nrlirln nnd a common end.
"The questions," he said, "keep pre-
suiting themselves is it not possuuo
that war Is to cease" Is the fallacy of
the whole buine?s ever going to bo dis
covered'' Aroe ever to learn that war
does not strengthen a nation, but
weakens If Is -the tlmo ever coming
s-hen Govirnmcnts will act llko gentle
men? Are we ever going to learn that
the most foolish riot of the world Is the
debauchery of war, that the wildest
waste Is the waste of youth nnd that
the cruelb'tt blow at the heart of a
nation Is to kill off the nation' hope?
"It must be confMMil that this dream
teems visionary. Hut why should It
be thought so Why should there not
comt a time when human life will be
Itoverned by divine low? To-day we
have hell on earth. Why should It be
thought a thing so unreasonable to have
heaven on earth One by ono our dis
eases are being slain. The time Is com
Inr. when there will be no more typhoid
and no more tuberculosis. Is It so pre
posterous to hope for a tlnv when there
will be no more battleships?
"I am not neutral, and there Is no
um saying I am. for It would not be
true. There Is a big battle on, and It Is
a battle for civilization and freedom.
There ere times when neutrality la
'We arc not ytrong enough to estab
!:h a ph steal b'oek-ide; but we are
trong tnough to establish a commercial
blockade and a moral one."
Artlng President Pars Tribute til
I'reni'li People In Sermon.
C'AitMsi.K. Pa June . The 132d an
nual commencement season at Dickinson
College, which wa formally opened yes
terdjj with n baseball game and the
performance of Shakespeare's "A Mid
summer Night's lirenm," was marked
to-day b the baccalaureate sermon
preached by th acting president, Jame.s
Henry Morgan. In .Milton Memorial
T)r Morgan spoke on "The Need of
Oiir Time for an Auding Consciousness
o: tiod," Ho paid high tribute to tho
Kremh people, whom ineir friends feared
mlltht go down to defeat In the present
treat war, but who. Dr. Morgan said,
had an unsuspected fundamental faith
in Ool lying beneath a fickle and pleas
ure laving urfncc. He said that their
tilth In (!od was the only explanation of
'heir on .pected stability and sturdy
This i veiling Hishop Luther Uarton
Wilson . 'uss of of New Voik city,
tddresned the College" Christian Asso
rlat'nn in A'I'son Church.
The class day etcrelces will be held
thU nfi. rnoon, after which the Incor
porators of (he Dickinson School of
ln w.ll hold iheir nnnu'il meeting
In the evening a conceit l) the college
musical organization" will be followed
by the junior promenade. The annual
meeting of the trustee- of the college
will also t),. held. Steps may be taken
to tin.. ,i , olicci- president.
On Tm vl.iv the reunions of classas
7 ii, '7r., 'n. 's:.. 'Dn, -or., 'on. 'n.-,, 'in,
'1! anil I) will be held In 'the morning.
The il.iyv ptosramnie nlsn Includes the
muting 0r the PHI Hrta Kappa In Dur
Wn Hall. mi alumni lunche.in.,at which
llishop. l!,rr and Wilson of the Mttho
llt '''.u ii will be guests, and the
presided , ,., ptlon.
On Wednesday the Joint commence
ment exere'KH of the college nnd the
school of law will be held In Hosier
TWO WORCESTER TECH GIFTS.
Alniniil rrlrlirnli- IIMIelh Alinl-
erar TMU WeeU.
Wori-sstkr Mass . June . KIii borate
reparations have ben made for the re
ception of graduate and Invited guests
"m mam ne tlons who will attend the
ee.elralion of the fiftieth anniversary of
"e establishment of Worcester Poly
Winie Institute, which will be held
iere th.s week. The celebration will
M mar'ted bv two gifts of the alumni,
athletic field and a J100.000 gym
"U'.um Owns at the celebration will Include
representatives from eighty leading col
i'tes in New l-Ingland and Middle At
'Hlc and .Southern States, besides dele
"tes from Western universities and In
'tltutions. Tho banquet will be held In the Hotel
w.rrofi on Wednesday. Speeches will
madn t,y John W. Weeks, Senator
"om Maseachusetts; MaJ.-C5en. Leonard
"oods, of the United States Army;
"orgo M Wright. Mayor of Worcester;
ti." w Treadwny of the class of
'. ex Lieut. Oov. of Ohio, who will
PruMo Chairman Howard Klllott of the
Haven Ilallroad; Dr. T. C. Menden
, former president of Worcester
'Oh-technlc Institute, and Arthur l.
"ttln of Iloston.
President Ira N. Hollls and Mrs. Hollls
in i. , a reception to dcTcgntes and
1 R,ltl"". trunteeB, faculty, alumni
M graduating class on Tuesday even-
There will bo held here also this week
annual convention of tho National
ajwelallnn of Corporation Schools, nnd
J Us banquet on Thursday evening
f speakers will Indude Ilepresentntlvn
unuel M, Wlnslow. Dr. David Sneddon,
"airman of tho Massachusetts Hoard of
ucallon Dr. Charles P. Htelnmltz.
resident of the Natlonnl Corporation
chnolM, arid John McLeod of the Car
Hjle -Steel Co-npany.
In v Vork To-dsiy.
National Women's Trade Union
"ague of America, convention, 43 Hast
Teily.hH.on( lt(.ett Jfi Ai M.
Mfth Avenue Aseioclatlon. luncheon,
Hotel Mt,,iv.u..nK i i
, Sutrago meeting, ilotil McAlpIn, it
I erlcan Surgical Trad Aasoclatlon.
' invention, Hotel Astor. 0 A, M.
ORGANIZE TO AID BOYS. '
Cnlhntlr 111k tlrnthrr .Movement
llxlended In Middle Went Hide,
A branch of the Catholic Hoys Pro-1
tectlvo League, the purpose of which Is ,
to relieve and remedy delinquency
among the Catholic hoys of New York
was orgnnlted yostctday In St
C'olumba's Unit, 339 Vpi Twenty-fifth
street. This Is tuc thud of the Catholic
Hlg Hrothcr groups to bp organised
under the direction of tho Catholic Pro
tective Society nnd with the approval
of Cardinal Farley,
ThlK branch Includes parishes bounded
liv Fourteenth lft f.-nriltt. .
Sixth avenue and the North Hlver. At! '
nuuunco or l.ooo last night listened to
an address by Justice Cornelius F. Col
lins, who solicited the ccopeiatlon of 1
his hearers In the work .of assisting .
boys facing prison sentences. Tho pro- 1
b.Ulon system, he slid, allows the Judge
mi Kive rniiiireu unuer unitrnco into tho
caic of guardians for reform. Volun
teer guardlnns are needed. Legal ad
vise, nunnclnl assistance, playgrounds,
gymnasiums and summer camps are also
to be available for the Catholic boy who
desires "a better chance."
A euchre party to raise funds will
given on June 25 at the Oram! Central
PREACHES STEVENS SERMON.
The lln, Mr, Mlilpter.Mnkea Jlacen.
The baccalaureate ncrmon In connec
tion with the commencement week exer
cises of Steven Institute of Technol
ogy was preached yesterday morning In
Trinity Bpiscopal Church, Hoboken. by
the nev. Malcolm A. Shlpioy, Jr. Hun
dreds of the olumnt. the graduating
clasn and many of the students were
Mr. Shipley's text was II. Timothy
II., IB: "Study to show thyself ap
proved unto God, a workman that need
not bo ashamed."
"You arc stepping out Into the larger
fields of life In exacting times," he raid.
"Knch generation as It comes asks moro
of Its sons nnd daughters than the pte
ceding generation. Tho whole of our
American life to-day Is In a etate of
nervous tension and tho testa that are
being offored in every department of
life nro severe.
"Members of the graduating class,
there is i sadness about these parting
hours. You have struggled and labored,
but It has nil been of value for the
strengthening ct your character to meet
the larger tests of life.
"On Tuesday next your paths will
tieparnte moro and more, but tho world
Into which you go Is all a part of the
kingdom of Christ."
3 MEDAL WINNERS NAMED.
Prises for Illicit School IIIMorlnns
Are Cash nnd Jlednls.
High School students of Huffalo,
Hrooklyn nnd Schenectady won the first
three prize, respectively, in tho essay
contest conducted by tho Sous of the
Ilevolutlon In the State. Tho contest
was for the best original essays on the
subject of the services of Philip Schuy
ler to his country.
Horacu li Shackelton of the liutcl'itn-eon-Ccntral
High School of Uuflalo won
the first prlito of J50 and a bronze medal.
The Hrooklyn boy who won tecond prize
of $30 nnd a bronze medal was Kugcno
Oaves of the Hoys' High School. Will
lam Wntts of the Schenectady High
School was third. The contest was lim
ited to Mtudelits In their last year of
high schools and preparatory schools.
PLAYS ON THE SCREEN.
NuteltleK of the WrVk In I lie .VI n-
Hon Picture Houses.
The ipotion picture policy which has
been In forco at the New York Hippo
drome for three months will bo con
tinued another week. This week's fea
ture Is based on Wllkle Collins's novel
of adventure. "Tho Moonstone." with
Kugune O Hrlcn mid Klalno Hammer
ftcin In tho principal roles. Thero is
In addition an atructlve musical pro
gramme. "The Hlrth of a Nation" continues at
the Liberty Theatre. It will have. Its
two hundredth performance Wednesday
night, and has already played to almost
300,000 persons. (leorgo Heban, In
"The Allen" nt the Astor Theatre. Is en
tering on his second urccsfuf week.
This "half real, half reel" production
from the play "The Sign of the Host,"
h one of tho novelties. of tho moving
The new p etiue to. week at the Vi'.i
gnipb Thi'iitie is ".Went Me at Sewn "
a eoiMiMly reel The ll'th chapter nf
"The f indites ' vv t li Anita Stewart Is
also belli elrnvn Others are "The
Little noir, Mre-iin-ikei" and "Mr Jan
anil Love's Yoiiuk Hnain."
The Strand Theatre Is pi'c.K'Ming an
attractive bill headed by a moving
picture version of Prames HudgMin Hur
nett's piny 'The Dawn of n To-moi-tow"
Mary Pickfurd has the leading
Kile. There nre educational subjects In
travel pictures from Switzerland und
Italy nnd a musical programme.
Jiihu Mtisnn made his debut In motion
pictures at the Hroadway Theatro last
nisbt In "Jim the Penman." He Is sup-po-ted
by Marguerite Leslie and Frank
Perry. The Hroadwny Animated News
and the Paramount Snutli American
Triivel Series are also shown,
To-night nt the Liceutu Tlieaiio Lady
Mackenzie's African ga-ue pictures will
be shown for the first time. They were
taken while she wa In South Afrlia
Heglnnlng Thursday afternoon the.
Shubcrts announce that Sir Douglas
.Man-son's pictures nf Antarctic life,
which vveio shown rtictntly at Weber's
Theatre, will be seen at the Lyric Thea
tre for a short engagement
I COMPLETING FS0HMAN PLAN.
Ilelit!' In II r I n u Out I'lu.v In
tended' n .tnlnt Priidiivllnii.
A new I'lohm.in-P latcu psoOuction,
planned by David Helasco and Charles
Krahman before M. Frohmtn was lost
on the Lusltanln, which was to have
been the fecund In u series of Joint pro
ductions, la being carried forward to
fulfilment lij Mr. He'asco, The play Is 1
entitled "The (Sir! " It Is In three acts '
and Is the work of (leorgo Scarborough.
"The lllrl" will be produced nt Allan
tlte City on June 2S No plans have '
been made for It after tint date, The
cast will Include W. II. Thompson, John
Mlltcrn. Lowell Sherman, Kruilta Las
lellei. and Arthur Lewis. Mr. Helasco
Is personally supervbing ever; dttall i
of the production.
I'liiem nnil l'liiei.
David Warlleld left yesterday for San
Fraticiscii, his bujhood home, to be gone
about eleven vveuks.
The ii.arterly dinner of the Modern
Drama League will be held Tuesday
evinlng nt the sign of tho Torch, HO
Hast Nineteenth stieet. lied wig
Helrher nnd Mil i lei Hope will be the
Marllynn Mlllrr will celebrate to.mor
mw evening her first anniversary as a
member of tho Winter Harden organiza
tion. She has invited the company to a
(upper on the stage after the perform
ance. About .100 members of tho American
Surglcnl Trado Association In conven
tion hero will see Montgomery and Stone
In "Chin Chin" at the Ulobo Theatre to
night. Kurroaiile 1'iniler nn lleneli Tiilnr
Surrogate Hobert Ludlow Fowler, who
has been seriously III since February,
following a ncrvotiH breakdown, has en
tirely recovered, after a rest on hU farm
at Frederick, Md., nnd will resume hie
dutle In the Burrognte' Court to-day.
SEE MOVIE ACTORS
Wnl fli Famous I'layers Do
''The Seven Sisters" Scenes "
for tlie Film.
Hkiaucui r Lodoe, N. Y.. June 1.
The filming of scenes of "The Seven Sis
ters" by Charles 1'rohnian's Famous
Players Company at the Ilrlarcllff
Lodge nfforded guests a most Interesting
form of entertainment, and for four days
the tennis courts and golf links were
deserted. Miss Marguerite Clark acted
the principal part, supported by a com
pany of twenty-two people. The Ilrlar
cllff Lodge represents a castle In the.
play and the taking of the night scenes
In the daytime proved highly amusing
to the audience.
Mr and Mrs lleni Klrke Porter and
Jllss A. M llegiman of -Washington,
U. ('. are at the Lodge for their usual
easoii tay. Mrs. William Couch Stuirt
N entertaining C. Stuart l.lnton of iin
dim. Mr. nnd Mrs Joseph T. Low are
at the Iodjte fur the spring season. Mi
ami Mrs. W. i: (lllbert of Springfield,
Mnss, ar nt the Iodge for a week's
nay, and have ns guests Mr and Mrs.
Chnrles (lllbert of Detiolt and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Ii Hetnls of Springfield.
Addition to tli list of arrivals of all
seuron gueits Include Mrs, ,1. Kdward
Simmons. Mr. ami Mrs. John Jurgensen
und Mrs. Itobcrt L. Major, Mrs. Kdward
Kemp and Mr. nnd Jlr.t. N. M. Munoz,
Mrs. Adrian H. Joline and Miss Susan
Vail. Mrs. John It. McPimald and Mr.
and Mrs. II. U. fUed. Mrs. W. II, Ilurl
but and .Miss A Hurlbut. K. T. Hjrne
and daughter. Mts, C V Wlltemore,
Mrs. V.. Whittlesey and Miss R. Camp
bell. Mrs, Leon Abbett, Mr. and Mrs,
C L Kldlltz and Miss Grace Kldlltz.
Hamilton Odell and Mrs. F. J. Kaston
and Miss 1. W. Kaston
Mrs. J. H. Lary bus as over Sunday
guest her sister, Mrs. N. V. Syme.
Among the luncheon pnrlles to:day vveio
those of Mr. and Mrs, 11. N. Vim Voor
hls. W. II. Ithodes, Mr. nnd Mrs W. A.
Pancer, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Dancer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Upson. .Mr. and Mrs.
It Waverly Smith. Mr and Mrs. John
n Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore,
Dr. and Mis. J. Hentley Rquler, Mr. and
.Mrs. Leo K. Dadmun.
VltSs Mime la Mnrrlril In Freil
The tnurilage of Fred Jackson, author
of "A Full House," now playing at tho
Longacre Theatre, and Miss Florence
KllzHbeth Howe, daughter of John W.
Howe of the editorial staff of the New
York Awipiicim, took place yestetday at
noon at th! residence of Alfred F..
Au:on on Wright avenue, Hay Side, L. I.
The ceremony was performed by Su
pteme Court Justice Mitchell L. Kr
lunger. Alex A, Anions wiifl best man
und Miss Kelda Shunter maid of honoi.
Tho bride was given In marriage by her
Among those at the wedding were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry Jackson of Pittsburg,
parents of the biidegroom; Mrs. .1. M.
Jackton, a sistor-ln-law j Arthur .1,
Jarlmon, a biotlieri Mrs. John W. Ilovvo
and Mm. Alex' 13, Aarons.
After u wedding breakfast Mr. Jack
son and his bride left on their honey
moon, which will be siient at Atlantic
Clt. N. J.
DANISH WOMEN CELEBRATE.
Pny Tribute o KIiist for Signing
,w Hull rime Law.
Slitetal I'ablt IXuvaleh In Tint Mrs
CoPKNllAdCN. June 0, The new Con
stitution, granting the vnlo to women,
which bus been signed by llu- King, was
the cause to-day of a gi-eut proeeiiHlon
of men and women, who mariiied to the
lloyal Pnlaco Amallcnborg to present
their homage to tho King.
The Constitution grant suffrnge to
all men and women of 25 yean or over,
'Who said war?"
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
12.30 P. M. Women's Political
Union llovlng Shop Winner, Irv
ing place and Fourteenth street.
S P. M. Women's Political street
meeting, Second avenue und 101th
S:30 P. M. Women's Political
Union Hovlng Shop Winner, Irv
ing place and Fourteenth street.
Fourth Aseembly District Can
vassing along riverfront fi to S
12 M W omen's Political fnlon
street meeting, In front of Phillips
Jones Shirt Factory, Kaat 13Cth
12.30 P. M. Women's Political
Union Hovlng Shop Winner, Irv
ing plncu and Fourteenth street.
S:,".n p. M. Women's Polltlcnl
Union, street meeting. Avenue C and
S:30 P. M. Woipcn's Political
Union Hovlng Shop Winner, Irv
ing plare and Fourteenth street.
Reception nt headquarters of
Woman Suffrnge party, at in Kant
Thirty-fourth street, 4 to f, p M., to
miet Mrs, Raymond Itoblns, presi
dent of Women's Trade Union
League, nnd officers nnd delegates
of convrminn of Natlonnl Women's
Trade Union League.
NOTHING BUT MIRAGE
liCfler From MfMilltin Con
finnx Susjiicions of INmiiw
S lentKts expressed a willingness yes.
tenlay to believe the unolllclnl report
of Donald It. .Mc.Millnn. who headed the
Arctic expedition to Croekcrland, that
no such land oxlMs. It was admitted
that Hear Admiral Peary himself, who
first thought be sighted the land In
Jiinvl!0fi. while on Ills return from the
noith pole, could not ho sure he was
not deceived by a milage ns explorers In
the north have been deceived before.
McMillan In a letter received In this
city two days ago via London s-ald that
lie Mood on the same spot where Peary
stood when he sighted Crockerland
Cape Thomas Hubbard and thought
liim-clf thnt the sea Ice nppa'nrlng oft
In the distance lying north of western
America and e-ist of Siberia wns really
land. Ah he nentod It. however, travel
ling toward the northwest, the supposed
land chunged Its direction, apparently
revolving with the sun. changing In
chatacter and extent nnd finnlly drop
ping out of sight.
Prof. Henry F. Osliorn, president nf
tho American Museum of Natural His
tory, declared yesterday thnt McMillan's
falluro to find Crockerland was known
two weeks ngo from a tnessago given
by Hlmer HkbTaw of tho University of
Illinois, geologist nf the exploring party,
to a wnlrus hunting party and relayed
via Denmark. Prof Osliorn said that
Peary too told him that ho was satisfied
with tho unofficial Information from tho
IMinund Otis Hovey, ehnlrmnn of the
committee that nrranged the McMillan
expedition; Anthoy Flala, Hersohel C.
Parker nnd others dei-Iared too that
McMillan's report would be accepted,
that it would not bo the first time that
n inlraco had deceived nn explorer.
Crockerland was untm-d by Peary In
llioii nfter the lute (leorgo Cro.'kor of
the Peary Arctic Club. It w.-ih seven
years ngn that It vnn tit hi actually
"seen," although earlier tidal report's
had Indicated the oxIMenco of rand or
shallow water about thnt part of the
For tho relief of tho Cnx-kerland ex.
pcilltlon, now thai the expedition had
reached ntt end, ns far ns Its prime.
olicct wns riincerni'd, the slcniurr
Clui'll. owned bv tho Urcnfell Mlhslmi
of Labrador, hi ft ben chartered bv tlie
American Museum or Natural History
mill Is being lilted up to sail to meet
McMillan und his party.. Tho Olui-tt
win prohahly leave for Utah late thin
month or early In July,
FATHER REID HONORED
FOR 50 YEARS SERVICE
Ilisliop at Jubilee Mums in St.
I srn ii tint's Church I'iijuiI
Services in commemoration of the
fiftieth anniversary of the ordination of
the Ilev. Thomas A. Held. S J., splrltinl
father of the community of the Society
of Jesus, conducting Hrooklyn College
nnd St. Ignntlus's Church were bel'd yes
terday In the church, at Carroll street
and Rogers avenue.
Father Held celebrated mass nt 11
o'clock, assisted by the Rev. David
Hlekey, rector of St. Francis Xavier's
Church In Sixth avenue, Hrooklyn, and
the Rev. Pr. W. J. Donaldson, n-ctor
of the Churcfl of the Assumption In
Cranberry street. Hrooklyn. Father
Rockwell, S. J , was the master nf cere
monies. Hishop McDonnell sat un a pur
ple canopied throne at tho left side of
(be sanctuary. The deacons nf honor
were Vlcnr-(5en. -McNamee, n-etor of St.
Theresa's Church, nnd Mgr. Thomas 1.
Taaffe, rector of St. Patrick's Church.
Tim Rev. John L. Helford. rectur of
the Church of the Nativity, preached
the Jublbe sermon. He s lid that
of the ASu priests In the Hrooklyn
dloceso only three have servid fifty
years. He paid a glowing tiibule to
At the close of the mass, llishop Mc
Donnell Imparted the blessing Kent by the
Pope In honor of Father Held. Among
the many handsomo gifts received by
Father lleld was n purse of gold which.
It wns nnnounceil, lie will uro to help
some worthy youth get a college edu
cation. Father Held was borne In the parish
of old St. Peter's Church In HarUny
street, New Vork. Ills boyhood was
tpent in the parish of tho Ai-sumptlon
church, Hrooklyn. He was graduated
from Charles College nnd Mound St
Mary's College In Maryland. He
then became a student In the Ninth
American College In Home. He was or
dained In the Hasclllca of St. John Lateran
in Rome, Cardinal Patilzzl otllclating. He
was appointed to his present post lu
PRINCE R0SPIGUOSI DEAD.
( iiiiimninlf r nf I'niinl Cunrd, l'-llier-ln-liivv
nf American Women.
Rome, Juno 0. Prince Cnmlllo Ros
plgllohl, three of whose sons mirrled
American women, died here to-day at
he nge of 65 after an Illness of consid
Prince Rosplgllosl wns n member of
ono of the best known Roman aristo
cratic families. Ho wns commander of
Hie Noble Ouard at the Vatican. Five
of the six sons who survive him arc now
In the Italian army.
Prince (llanbatllsta married Hthel
Julia Hrnnson of New York, Prince
Francesco married Laura McDonald
Stallo nf Cleveland and Prince I.udovlco
married Mlldied Him-ltluo nf Home.
Pi Inn1 Giuseppe Hosplgllol, elder
1)1 other of Prince Catulllo, also mauled
an American, Mrs. Marie Parkhurst of
Mrs. Helen M. II. tldrlcli.
.Mis. Ileli n M. Heevo AldrlNi, vv ut. i a
ol Herman D. Aldl-h, ilb-d yeste' d i
at hei home. .127 West Twenty-second
street, alter u short tllnrs. She was a
poet of some ptiiiiiliieiu-i' nnd had pub
lished tluce volumes of her woikx. Mis
Aldrlch was born In Hlmlr.i, N. V . In
1 MIS. tihe il.iiMhter of James Rcev-i.
The funeral will be hi Id lo-iln,v from
Calvary Church at 2 o'clock. Huilal
will be In Woodlawn Cemetery.
Mns-Tt'UMll, N. .1.. .lime li. Mllilnd
U I K i 1 1 1- . daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs Dan
iel W. Hlgoni-y. of I'pper Monti liilr, died
lo-dav She was 21 veais old Mr.
Illgoncy is ticasiiicr o iln I. in- ll.nl
iii.ul Company, the Nciv Jci-ms. and
New York Railroad Company and Ihn
Pennsylvania ltallro.ul Company, besides
being a dlns-'tor In several other companies,
SUCCESS OF GREEK
PLAYS AMAZES ALL
limn villi- Unrkor (lot After
"II irrli brows" nt -Inst tho
OTIIKH OSSn OK STAtiK
Theatre managers nt the end of
none too successful season are mourn- J
fully saying that nobody ever would '
have known It nnd nre wondering why '
they never had the originality of think-
lug that the psychological minute had
tome to make nn npponl to the high-
brow Thnl period nrrlvea nt certain
periods. It Is usually by one of the un
professional ways of conducting a then- j
Ire, however, that such killings are
It was tho great suice.is of Oanvllle
llarkci'H production of the (Ireek plays
at the stadium that i-.tused this latest '
discomfiture of the tegular malingers.
At the four performances following tho 1
dedication of the Lcwlsohn Stadium the 1
audiences represented from $3,000 to j
M.5H0. When It Is taken Into consider
ation that the schools and colleges I
bought In somo cases as many as eigh
teen hundred seats, it can well be under
stood how many persons attended the
performances. All this succers came In
spite of tho fact that the size of the
audiences wa much affected b- thi
weather l-'or the extra representation
of "The Trojan Women,' aililc.1 for I-'rl-lin
, theui was an advance xnle of only
$1,000 tho day before the matinee The
weather turned out favorable, however,
n, ..I the audier.ee boug'-t all the seats
In the stadium that afternoon
Their will have been at the end of
next wtcli thirteen performance" n nil.
i inly the Piping Itork benefit was post
poned on account of the weather There
will be two moro lepresentatlons In
Philadelphia for the I'niveislty nf Pi'tm
hvV'iiiiI.i i nil two nt the Palmer Memo
Hal Stadium in Prltuetnn. Then Mr
mid Mrs. Marker will return to lhigland,
Sui-li ii suieessful excursion into tho
tastes of the highbrow has not occurred
since llrnnder Matthews gave four lec
tures on the history of tho drama nt
toe New Theatro with scenes from vari
ous plays to lllustiate It. Those four
iiudleiu-e wire, the laigest that the New
Theatre ever held during Its existence.
Joseph Ilrooks has his own Ideas as
to the way In which novelty should be
added t" an alt star cast He Is going
to put one of them Into effect whan
"Trllb" go's on Its travels. The actor
most Identified with Paul Potter's ploy
Is Wilton Lackaye, who played .Si-rnynll
since the night the piece was first tier
formed. There have been various Trll
bu. such as Virginia turned, K.lith
Crane and lllanche Walsh. Hut there
has been, barring William A. llraily,
who plaved M-riifoif ono night, only
Wilton Lackaye in the part in this
count i. v.
Abroad Heerbohm Tree has repeatedly
acted the rule in revivals and he has
made It one of the most popular of his
performances. lluf he Is not to be
brought to New York for tho part next
autumn, although It Is u noted Kngllsh
actor that Mr. Ilrooks has selected as
the associate of Miss Nellson-Terry.
Lynn Harding will be the hypnotist of
the all star cast when It goes on Its
travels next year. He has never acted
the role here before, but Mr. Ilrooks
thinks ho will be a powerful representa
tive of the Hungarian. He made his
greatest success hero as III Svkci in
"Ullvcr Twist," although David Helasco
engaged him for "Years of Discretion"
and he played with (trace deorge In
"Just to dot Married." W. A. Hr.vdy
brought him to this country. In fact, to
play llcnnllct to the ilrntrice of Miss
Just as Heraldlne Farrar is starting
west with a rotlnue nnd whispering
about 2 n minute" the press repre.
sentatlve of Anna Pavlow-a rises to re
mark that such a hum would never
Uuvo drawn the Russian dancer to pose
before tho camera. It took more than
three times ns much, on his unques
tioned authority, to persuade the singer
to consent to pose with all her company
not only In her dlvortlssementa but In
"The Dumb drl of Portlcl." This Is
one version of Auber's opera which has
not been sung here in years, nlthough
Oscar Hammersteln thought of perform
ing it at the Manhattan Opera Hous-o
with Mile. Dallo In the role of the dumb
girl, which Mme. Pavlowa will net when
a camera version of the old opera Is
made by Lois Weber. Mme, Pav Iowa's
asoclates will also dance with her and
assumo the other roles In the play
One of the -nil stnr casts which might
have 'continued busy In lloston, Phila
delphia and the other towns ended Its
activities on Saturday night. One of
the principal actors In tho company
discovered after tho sudden death of
Charles Frohman that he had made a
mtrart with that manager by which
he was entitled when the company
started on the road to al nost double
the salary he had been receiving In this
Since this particular actor had found
It dltllcult for somo time to get engage
ments anywhere In the Hast und had
been devoting Ills aitlstlc efforts to the
moving pictures it was not quite plain
why his compensation should be so much
In. reased because he .was compelled to
suffer the hardship of travelling to
lloston or Philadelphia.
It was the tesult of this line nf
thought which led Alf llayman to decide
tl.'.U 11 wuuld piobibly be Jut as wise
under the clreumtnnre to call off the
tour of the company and let the nctors
entei on a long vacntlnn
One of the actors to be tnannged by
I the asMi iates of the tale Charles Froh
man Is Otis Skinner nnd he Is one that
; is likely to cause less tiouhle to his
Impicsarlos than any of the others,
for Mr Skinner Is already provided
' with a play. It was the task of finding
, plays for his actors that gave Mr. Froh
'n.iu more trouble than any of the other
i responsibilities he hud as a manager.
Mi. Skinner Is fortunately provided
with a drum i by Hemy Arthur Jones.
It Is based on the tercentenary of Shake
speare Mr. Skinner p;as the part of
I the leincaruated dramatist.
MISS FARRAR STARTS WEST.
l.ne mi Private Cur To-iIhj In He
n Movie Slur.
i Ii-ral liiK- Farrar of tho Metropolitan
opeia t'oinpaiiy w.ll leave to-day for
Hi'll.v woo l, Cal . where she will net
before the moving picture camera In
n production of "Carmen" by the Lasky
Feature lii.v Company:
Mis Farrar and her party, consist
ing of her mother and father, Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Farrar; Morris (lest, her iiinn-ngi-r,
and Mrs, David Helusco, James
Sullivan, Wlllrim A. Pnge und Finnk
Connor, will Itnvcl In a special c-ir
furilshed by the Lehigh Valley Rallr-uil
CoiMoany Then- will be unit I on pli-"i-
s of (lie p.ut.v taken jjurft befoin de
purlin e from the Jersey Jity station in
MK Fanar Is due to arrive ut l,o
Angeles. Friday afternoon, She will be
tone about three months,
FATHER BLAKE, FRIEND
OF NEEDY BOYS, DEAD
Pi iost Wnn Fomiftar of St. Vin
rent's Homo Slioltors
L i" Hrooklyn.
The ltev William I. Hlake, founder
and spiritual director of St. Vincent's
Home for Poor and Krlcndlcss Hoys nt
Hoerum place and State street, Hrook
lyn, died yesterday morning In St. Cath
erine's Hospital from a complication of
diseases. Nine weeks ago he suffered
a nervous breakdown. He was tnken to
tho hospital on April 12.
Kather HI. ike was born In Swcdosboro,
N. .1., on September 13, 1805, After
completing Ills studies In tho Sacred
Heart College of that State l.e entered
St, John's Seminary In Hrooklyn, from
which he was ordained a priest on June
Ills first assignment was to St. Pat
lick's Church, Long Island City, whero
he labored for five years. In 189!) he
was appointed by llishop McDonnell to
found a home for newsboys. This had
been the cherished hope of his life. The
Hist ipiaiters of tho home were In a
small house on Poplar street, near the
t'nduuntcd by the many reverses and
secmlnsl' unsurmountnblo obstacles,
l-'nthiT Illako worked on nnd was re
warded several years ago In beholding
the presint magnificent structure which
huuscs more, thin two hundred of the
city's homeless and parcntless boys and
In addition ti g ving the boys food
nrd lolg iik ne g ve.i them free
The Rev. William L. Blake
education In day and night ring's and
access to n largo llhrnry, gymnasium
and bowling nlliye Hundreds of grailii- j
ntcM of the home are now holding good i
positions with large corporations.
Fath-r lllake Is survived by three
sisters, Mrs. M. .1. Coitelln, Mrs. T.
Martin and Miss Annie Hlake, and two !
brothers, Ceorge and Maurlco Hlnke. I
Funeral servln-a will be held on '
Wednesday morning In St. Joseph's ,
Church. Pacific street near Vanderhllt ,
avenue. Tho pastor, the Hev. Father
McttUlrl, will otllciate, assisted by his
curates. Preceding the ceremonies at
the church there will bo a funeral pro
cesion from the home to the church
headed by St. Vincent's Homo Hand and
In which will march St. Vincent's Guild,
St. Vincent's Aid Society and the John
loughlln Council of the Knights of Co
I lnmbus. Interment will be In Camden.
N. J.. on Thursday.
WILLIAM ELKANA D0GGETT.
Vli-'-l'rlii'linl of Ciiiiiiieroliil 1 1 lull i
William Klkana Doggett. vlce-prlncl- I
pal of the Commercial Hloh School of
Hrooklyn and former atbb to at Cornell !
Cornell I'niverslty, died on Saturday at ,
his home. .It: Westminster road, Hrook
lyn. He wns born In Madleon, Wis., In j
is:,5. He was the son of the Hev. T.I
Doggctt, who was at ono tlmo lector
of tho Niagara Falls Presbyterian
Church. After he wns graduated from
Oberlln College nnd Cornell I'niverslty ,
he studied law with ex-Governor Lee of,
lie went to Hrooklyn In after
I having been principal oT a school In
I Fayette. Mich., und Instructor In other
I Institution He wa a member of the
j Phi Delta fraternity, the Royal ,r- ,
cauum and tho Cornell Alumni Assocl
. atlon, nnd wa a former member of the
1 Hel' Harbor Yacht Club.
While nt Cornell Mr. Dogiiett wa .
captain of the football team and a mem- '
her of tho crews that won tho Intercol
li glato regatta at Saratoga Lnkn In .
1S7.1 and IST'i He left a wife and four1
COL. H. W. ALLEN.
Iliirlliiutim. VI.. Mrri'linnl Die of
Viiloniiilille Vi-i-litenl Inlurle.
Hl'niaNiiTON. VI. June Col. H. W.
Alb-n. "1 years old. a prominent
business man of this city, died
last night of injuries received
when he wa struck by an automobile
driven by Prof. Henry F. Perkins of
the I'niverslty of Vermont. Col. Allen
was directly in front of his home stand
ing in tlie hlfhwn when Mr PtTklns,
who was coasting, rnn over Col. Allen,
w ho died soon after.
Col. Allen was a native of Westford
He was a member for many years of the
dry goods firm of Lyman Allen, later
II. W. Allen & Co. lie was a veteran of
the civil war. lie wns a Senator from
Huillngton In 1 ;itul n delegate to
the national Republican convention In
l'.iOI. He was u member of the (I A. R..
Sons of the Revolution nnd Society of
Itobcrt A. Itnberla.
Ilnheit A. Roberts, well known as an
actor and stage manager, died Saturday
In St. Vincent's Hospital Tho funeral
was held yesterday and burial was In
Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Roberts singed
ythe production of "Shenandoah" and was
fine original Cii. Ilcartmtisr lu that
pioneer of wir- diumas. He was respon
sible for several of the Klaw .4 Hrlnnger
driinutlc t'uivoseH nnd had nlu staved
musical pioiliii tioiis at the Casli-o. lb
leaves a miii, Al Roberta, who Is stage
manager for Hie Candle Squaro Sto.-lt
Company m Hostun, lie was with bli
father at the end.
(ienrxe II. Dlirlej.
I (in v.sui:. N J . June 0. Oioige M.
Darlev, plonier of electric slriet cars
I in the Oningcs. ami a member of the
j onipanv vhieh built tho Orange crnss
I .in line, d.eil vcstcrilay In St Mary'e
IllospHal. nr.Mige. of artoiiosclerosls.
I lie was born In New Vork city sixty-live
I veai-s ngo. He was a critle of tho Hast
I Orange nuthnrltles and ut nun tlmii of
fered to bi'i-omo dog catcher for u cent
I u dog when tln City Council was slow
to nauiK a warden. One daughter, MU
Grace Parley, survive him.
j llnrr VI a I or.
Him- .Maine a ioiimu ne I I i'i. I
.ileilili.lt el. 't'.i'i wlio a... 1'ne R., .
1 inoiid IM i.e at Hie I'oU lei-luxe I i'-i i ute
i of IliookUn Mime e,UH n-:o, ihi.l n'
I Senev Hospital on 1'i-idav, following an
nperallmi lor appendlcltli. He reelded
I at 27 Ilsndman nvenut, Jamaica.
MODERN FRENCH ART
TO BE SHOWN HERE
Anniinl Evlilbffron of Work
Will Jlc Opened
OX VIEW ALL SKMM-RTt
The annual exhibition of the -works
of French nrllsts will be- held In the new
rooms of the society of tho Museum of
French Art In the new galleries In the
Scrlbner Hiilldlug beginning Juno in.
The collection of works by IVennh
painters will be on view nil summer nnd
will afford visitors to the city an ex
cellent opportunity to acquaint thorn
selves with the work of contemporane
ous French nrtlsts, us n comprehensive
Hint PhnrnctcrlHtlo exhibition has been
The new quarters of the Museum nf
French Art romprlsn rait only an nrt
gallery but a lecture room which has
a seating capacity of more than four
hundred persons. Tho reading room
and tho executlvo offices of tho building
aro also connected with these, rooms.
PInns for tho new building In which
tho museum will ultimately V housed
havo .been drawn and sent to Jo'ns ,T.
Jussorand, the French Ambsiwkdnr,
honorary president of the association,
for his approval,
Among tho French nrtlsts who will tie
represented In this collection nrn Joseph
Hall. Paul Chabas, Charles Cottnt.
Andro Pauehez, K. Frlnnt, llenrl Oervex,
H. do la Oandara, Ouston La 'Touch.
Albert Lebourg, Henri I- ShbvnW. Mar
cel Malntler, Heiitl Martin, K. R.
Menard, J. P. Mesle, II. Morrlsnt, J. A.
Meunler. Georges Plcard, It. H. Prlnet,
J. 1. Jtnrfeltl, A. Roll and Luclen Simon.
About twenty miniatures nro(thc work
of women painters, They are Suzanne
do Callns, Jeanne Contnl, Mile. Dcbi
rorhe, Mmo. Deblllement-Chardon. Mme.
do In. Rue-Ifebvre, Mil", do Feydoau,
Mllo. do Chavaller. Mile. Martinet, Mine.
Mlngret. Mme. A Pniiueller-OiilfTe. Mllo
de Ponipignati, Mile. Ilallllir do Ilntjr.
Mme. RoKert, Mme. Hlaln-tlarre, Mar
guerite Dreyfous, Sonla Tloutchlno nnd
Tl" collection, which hss Just been
passed by tho Custom House, Is said to
bo ono of the most r'-presentntlvo show
ings of French art ever brought ovor
An unusual rollectlon of Amrlean
books, the prope-ty of Sti-phen Van
Rensselaer of Newark, N. .1., together
wlih a sirles of rare colonlul session
acts nnd laws from a prlvatn oolloctlon
In New Kngland, will be eold on Thurs
day at the Collectors Club bv Scott A
i O'Shaughnessy, The colonial records
ixtend from lilr. to 1820.
MA K HIED.
nr.DMo.vn nm.A.vo. At .m. syivu-s
Church. Tlvoll, .V, v.. on Hsturty.
Juno S, 1515, at l: nKjn, t.y hl Hml
nrncn John aMln.il Parley, Arch
Mhop of New Vnrk, 1-ara Delano,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wnrr-n D
lano, to ItDland Livingston Ue.lmonl.
AI.DIIKH Helen M. TWv.. nldotr of
Herman D Aldrlch. Jr., at her resi
dence, JJ7 West Twnly-srr0tlrt trtrest,
on feturday, June 5, 1914.
fervid st 2 P. M. -Monday. Jim 7, m
Calvary Church. Fourth venu. rnrnr
HACKUS. At CanandslRu-i, .V. v.. nn Pun
d.vy niornlnir. ,Iun . Ziiph riark,
lil- "f Samut-I ti lliekus. daiiKht-r
of Myron II un.l .llphi w i'Mrk
Fuiit.iI rvli u We.liirr1.iv. .tiinf ).
nt 2 P M.
HIOO.VKY. On Sunilav innrtilng. Jun ,
1913. In Upper .Mnne;ar. , j at
hsr home wtih )i,.r arens, Mllc1ri1,
ageil :t yesis. il.uik-hi.T r n.miel w.
unit AMa Hmtit Hlgenei
Knnrl servlre llu cinrewlll avenii,
TueJa- nflertuiun at 2 n'elm-k Train
leaves Krle station, Jersey City, at
12:17 P. M.
nt.AKi: Suddenly, nn tune it. p,-,, ths
ltev. William I.. IH.lkf, ill llilnill nf St,
Funeral from St Vlnrrnt's Home, nt?riini
place nn.l Stat.' street, llrnoklyii, xi
A M Weiiiips.i.ij-, June 5, thence ,i
St Joseph's Chunii, I'iclile street near
Vanderhllt avenue, where S snlrinn
requiem nus n 111 h,. offers. I for the
repo-e of hi soul. It. verend clergy,
relntlvea nnd friends, ulti hi Vlnrent'a
Oulld. St Vln.ent Junior Aid Society
nnd John I.auk'h'tn Ciuitirll. K. of C,
are respertfully Invited tn attend.
HOWMA.V. Austin Lord. Iiuhnn.l nt .Vel.
lie HeHsen, on Thursday. June .1, 15,
at his nsl.ti-nre. Clt Wirt Hiltli nret!
In his tlftj-thltd . ar.
Funeral services Monday, June ;, un,
at 10 A. M , at Hie Church nf Our
Lndy nf Hope. J56th street, near Itlver-
C.VNIIY. In New York elty, on .tun- ,
191.V Rattle I'.irinelee, wife, nf , r
Interment at WallliiKford. Conn
IIIL1.. On June (, nt hl resilience, nrlenta
Point. M.uinroneck. N V. William Kd
nin Hill, hetoveil hiisliiml of Allc I,
lllll and devnied son of Mary and the
lato llcnlamln William ll"t.
Requiem mn-s on Mnr.d.iy at in A. M.
at Holy Trinity Church. Mjmarnnrclc
LDR neorgs w Lee. aeed u te.ir.
Funeral from "THU PL'NRBAT.
Citt'ItCII." 2(1 West Twentv. third
street (Prank I:. Campbell !IulMln-,
MAINC Harry Maine, heloved son nf Mr.
and Mrs. Ouy Maine, age, j vear,
runervi service t hl pvrents' home, 27
namlm.tn avenue. Jamali n, L f , at I
P. M. June 7
McCFTCHRN On Jtir. 4, at ht hom.
rtelinar. N. J . Samuel ?t. John Me
cqtchen. aue.1 CC vears.
The funeral service will h hel at (lis
residence of his brother. Charles w.
McCutchen, 21 no. kvletv avenue. Plain
field. N. J . en Mondv. Iiine, 7, at I
P M. Interment private
CITV OV N'KW YORK
nr.PAUTMiivr dp niniicF..''
Wliereas Ui death of Austin Lord
lloivaian. chief i;ng1neer, Is ,v R-revt
nnd unexpected toss in the- Devarlment
of llrldgea, nf which h" was tho tech
nical and eiifrineerinir head, and
Whereas the profound sense of ths
loss nf his lovable personality an.1 dls.
ttngutshed aldllttei moves the, Depart
ment nt this il ne to tnaUe rtcnrd of
Its affection, esteem anil high respect;
be It hen hv
Hesolved, That at) fl.iss he dlsplnyed
from the bridges of the Iiepartment.
at halt mast, on Mondnv, June Jth,
That a commltWo to represent this De
partment convoy these resolutions tn
tho family of Austin Lord linn-man.
Por the Di parlaii'iii :
K J It Kracke. Coniuilssloner;
Joseph J. Hulwutl, rirnest J Cuoimo,
Kdward A. Ilvrne Pruncls W Pcrrv.
Calvin I. CriM'ker. .I iseph It lieoshsn,
Olaf M. Ketls. .lolin H Tlnlmn.
John A. KiilglKon, An-hlhatil McLean,
1 nrll M. aimpkoii, J A Klngttry,
Hurry II llatdwln. Joseph O Hckersts),
rjeorse It Pergusun .'aniuel lliitnlurrer,
Vdflsu lai-'orgc Vrthili- I I'errv
ltd. i S'r-i.di I- c ii les I'bl'd .