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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1915.
AT NEWPORT TENNIS
Jfovf fmpOftrat Work of the
Sciisnn Opens With the
LANGELOTH ESTATE ' HOPATCONG SAILORS ! MISS STRACHAN TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS
IS ONLY $5,528,413 SPLICE MAIN BRACE' FIGHT; JABS MITCHEL PLAN A WIDER SCOPE
CATHOLICS URGE ALL
TWO NEW PLAYS ON BROADWAY
A BOVE, Luello Watson and Taylor Holmes in "Mr. Myd's Mys
2 tery" Comedy Theatre. Below, Francine Larrimore in
"Some Baby" at the Fulton Theatre.
TO WORK FOR PEACE
Wan I RepreientavUTCiin Every
j County in the U. s. Hold
i a Banquet.
Federation of fioeletieg Alno
Protests Lark of Action In
Fortune of Anierlean Metal
ChilinM Wm GoeiNd
0oniino4ofM Maxim, Morty
iind Rei Heacli Oct Salute
of Seven Ouns.
If Not Nominated as National
Education Head She Will
Rattle on Floor.
SdMK ( I'RIST (WITMES
TANW) TEAS ARE SCORED
S'twpoirr, Amr. i. HUi pfamiMa to
t, ., tin-t Important wi-ek of the
Newport HOSOn. The lawn tonnla tour
gsinnol brooBM "ut villa holders, and
fr,n brforS noon groups of women tilth
,.,.,1 iboUl UM lawns watching the
while many ware In the boxes
, D . prllK tpal court. It ai dta-tim-tlvU
i Newport gathering, with
Mrii. OgdtHl MIIU. who wore a (town
nr unite chiffon covered with black lace,
!.'.:! paints.' I" correspond, at
r v. ! early and Joined her daughter,
Henry C. Phippa, who with
Ml ABM ante Mra. Charles de Loo
scy Oelil'ha and Mra. barilla rd Spenoer,
Jr.. cstne together, and tho former later
Jolr.'l Miss IxHiiae Scott In a box.
Mra. Richard Si I vena Mji an eltoc
tlv costume of black taffeta and over
tt a sort "i DOal of white luce. Her
p. one waa of black atraw and a Ml
o araj 'in by her largo cerise
parssol Mlaa .Marguerite sin. ma came
h r vr, the Doc ben ds ciuiui-
ti'-fi who wore a black anil white cos
tume lather futuristic In effect, her
but b. ing of the aiune silk aa tha gown.
Hra Henry CleWC wore a costume of
Wistaria linen and a hat to enrresjpond.
Mr John It Drexel waa in white Bilk
and lace, with hat and parasol to cor
respond Mra. Bllaha Dyer and Mrs. Frederic
Kcilaon came together, both wearing
eovtUPItel of cream colored laev and
ilk. Mra. DOWBOS W. Dllworth, who
ciiine with her mother. Mra. Johu A.
laii, Jr., wore a striking coaturae of
blue and yellow atriped muterwl, with
hi: i'i.I p.rasol to oorresismd. Mra.
Rutherford Itiinfigggl wore a gown of
pair r M colored ailk and white lace
and ,i small hat of 001 responding shades.
I hour at Traala Lasses.
Annmg others, In the gatiierlng were:
y and Mra, August Belmont, Mr. ami
Mn. Perry Helnn.nt. Mr and Mra.
I '-. !: n. i, Mra. Horace ilallatin,
Mr . rvl lira, Ornrgc Howard. Mr. and
Mr- I a a re nee L. (tlllesplc, Charles T.
M.ithewa. Mra. Nathaniel Thayer. Mr.
ar , Mm, HamUton Kish Webster. W.
Janes Appleton. Miss Mary Pyuc. Mrs.
WlU an V. Draper, Mlaa Margaret
Draper. Willing Spencer, First Secretary
cf the American Legation in Panama:
Roderick Terry. Jr.. Samuel Wtllets.
Mra. V. Burr . Hoffman, who will re
turn to merroW to Southampton; Mr.
and Mrs. lieorge Brooke. Mlaa Luc lie
carter, James V. Parker. Newport's
Octogenarian, who yet takes keen In
terest In the life here, Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver O. Jennings. Miss Frederics
Ptarson, Mr. and Mra. David Wagstaff,
Biward J. Berwind. Bobert W. Ooelet.
W. ilrafton Cushing, Lleutcnant-Unv-err.or
of Maasaehuaetta J.imea J. Van
Aim, Mr. and Mra. J. Uaurena Van Alen.
Mm. French Vanderbllt and her eon.
William H. Vanderbllt. who recently re
turned from the Adlrondacka.
Mr. Hamilton McK. Twombly. Miss
Toi.aoo, Aug. H. The Mrat bualness
seealon of the American Federation of
Oarhollo Societies waa opened to-day by
President John Whalen of New York.
Mr. Whalen said In part :
"The disastrous wsr which commenced
shortly after our Baltimore convention
last year le still raging and peace aeeme
fae off. It was due largely to this war
thU our Holy Pontiff Plus X. surren
dered his life as word of peace fell from
"Suooeodlng the saint Plus X. our
present Holy Father Benedict XV. has
continued with all his strength end In
fluence to bring the warring nations to
an underetandlng, the prayers of the en
tire Christian world wish him success In
hla effort and 1 am certain the delegates
assembled will not hesitate to assist
with the hierarchy of the Fnlted States
to bring about world peace.
"At our last oonventlon a committee
was appointed to apprise President Wll
on and the Secretary of Suite of the
outrageous sttacks upon the Bishops,
priests and nuns and the malicious de
struction of Church property In Mexico.
"The situation has not changed ex
cept that the condition are even worse
than BMt year. I rxect the committee
will report the result of their Investiga
tions, which I call to yuur serious con
Tailed on Wllaon.
Secretary Anthony Motre read hla rs-
port. which showed the federation ac
tivities In Mexico, stating that a special
committee composed of the Rev. Bloh
ard M. Tierney S. J., of New York. John
Whalen of New York, and Henry W.
Cunningham called upon the President
of the United States and the Secretary
i f State and pteeelitrd to the lit'er cer-
une.i iiorumema swinging the many
outrages committed In Mexlo against
the Catholic Church, priesthood and sisterhood.
A letter from Archbishop Mora of
Megloo wae read In which that prel
ate thanked the federation for Its ac
tivities in behalf of the Mexican people.
The report showed that investigations
were msile to asocrtaJn why the Asso
ciated Presa failed to dlamvnlnate news
regarding the persecution of the Church
in Mexico, rrid th, roasts! for re
pressing the news of the Father Boss
man case, who was given a verdict by h
Jury for tl.&OO damages against a big
Bishop M. J. fialligher of Trand
Rapid Mich., In a sermon declared
that America was facing a seri
ous situation on account of the condi
tion of the working otasaes anil tha In
equitable distribution of wealth, and
that union the tide wis stemmed a
revolution Brai certain to follow.
Tango tees, cahurrtn and Immoral
motion pictures were bitterly denounced
try 1 nomas i annon or nicago In pre-
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HALF TO POUND A HOME
HOLMES AS A STAR
Mr. MviI'h Mystery," Oivra
lnst Night at the Com
The estate of Jarob LMtOlOU), ehalr
men of tha board of directors of the
American Metal Company, Which waa
estimated at $20,000,1100 when he du d on
August 14, ii4, at Rlvoralda, Conn.,
waa apiiraised yestcnlay by Transfer
Tsa Appralaer l.udden at I,IIMI 01
thla amount the residuary beijueat pro
vlded to establish a home for convaleH-i-enls
to he known as the Valeria Home,
In honor of the decedent's wife. Mrs.
Vslerla l.angeloth of the HotOl Bt Rogtai
Is valued at 3. 1 1 ..".-- Mr. l.angi loth
directed that the home should be erected
for the treatment of "people -f educa
tion nnd refinement who cannot afford to
pay the charges exacted at health re
sorts." The will gives to Mrs. I.nnga
loth a life annuity of $100,000. a Oaajl
bequest of Jii.SO.OOO, personalty and
Jewelry appraised at $K.77. Mr. Hodlg
chlld and Mr. (loldmau each roCOWt
$00 shares of stock of the AlMrli an
Metal Company and $20,000 In . emu
lates of Indebtedness of the company.
the value of each beipiest being $ft.iin.
Mr. Loeh received sto.-k worth ItO.lOO,
A cash bequest of ll,t-M Is left to
Mr I.oeb end otto Hus.niian. as trustees
to establish a model tnwu at Uangoloth,
Pa.,' where the company s plant is The
will gives $S.000 each to Mount Sinai
Hospital, the Herman Hospital, the Man
hattan Bye, Ear ami Throat Hoapltal,
Columbia I nlverslty ami the Metropoli
tan Museum of Art. The i natuv
ganliatlon Society gets
MI0 goes to
NEW CLUB, BUT NO SPLIT
Tn Reetienryti a tehoonar full
IVom tilr roil to spar.
w.,s toestd abani that ii, er-hic
AcreM the cluiihnuse bar
I.AKK HiifATCONO. Ml J., Aug. 1.
Now that the celebration Is all over and
everybody Is happy, one might not bs
guilty Of an indiscretion if one Inquired
eurlouHlike Just why the Ijike llopat
COnfj Vaeht Club members fired seven
Joyous shots across the lake from the
lii cannon on the lawn on Saturday
afternoon when Commodore Hudson
Maxim, vice Commodore L a. Moray
ami Hoar Commodora Rag Baagh lad the
"aO LOdlng" Bool of the Maxim Park
Yscht Club around the lake to the new
clubhouse f.,r the formal opening.
In net, one would be more accurate
In saying openings ( plural ) , because
when the brass cannon barked seven
times it a ag not announced officially
which opening the shots were Intended
t lebrate They mjKlit have cele
brate. 1 the i lubhouMi opening Itself. Just
to show tin- "aacodlng" members there
was no hard feeling about their "seces
sion" And then again those shots
I Bounded much like the noise accom
pany ing the p.,p and Might of corks at
the other opening that one might be
I permitted an honest doubt about the
motive behind the shooting.
in the first place the skippers who
1 followed in the wake of the Commo
San FBANCiaro, Aug. 1.
say for me that 1 shall not
under any clrrunisnatiers. anil
if the re-
( The first get-together meeting and
rALGSI hgnqUOl Of the National Association Of
Beal Kstate Brokers was held yesterday
In the Blue Room ,,f the Hotel McAlpln.
' with William II Hr.nvn. president of the
association, presiding. "There are H.SOO
counties in Hie United Btates," he said,
"and It is our intention to secure If pos
sible a n pres-nt.itlve broker In each
count)-. We ,,'so propose to sci ore rep
resentatives from various' parts of 'an-
ada, as it is essential thai real estate
brokers have an organisation sueh as
the bankers, lawyers and other prof 00
answer to an attack on her candidacy atonal men '
At the hamuli t In the evening li vill .
J Herman, representing the National Asso-
I ..i t I . .... 1 . .. BmLm ..r V..u- VoeU
city, presiib-d as toastmagler
port of the nominating committee should
be unfavorable to IM 1 will seek the
nomination from the floor."
Mo said Mlsa Urace Strachan to-day In
presidency of the Nstlonsl Kdu-
When asked if the
from New York to-day
sponsible for the alleg
dition of the teachers'
that she was ro
I bankrupt con
pension fund of
Myd's .Mystery" At the Comedy
K Wilsnn CIs re l ulse Hoareg
Jans Abholt Ina Ilerkf
nishou of lte,tf.rd Arthur K ..." I
Ruth Twombly. Mr. and Mrs White- j acntlng the reiairt of the public morals
wrlnht Watson. Mr and Mrs Kredertck
T. rrellnghuyaen, who are visiting Stuart
Dutoan at Hitnnle t'rest Mrs. Pem
broke Jones, Mr. and Mrs V lie K.irest
llan , who came with Mra M Hay
wanl Perry : Mr. and Mrs Robert Sedg
wark. Mr and Mrs. Taubling Postllck.
Sila, Alice Drexel. Mine. iteorge
Hakhmeteff. Mr. and Mis. QranvUlg T.
bri. I'.ing, who were with Mme. de Con
earglnovlch; Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. C
Trylor, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I-:. May
MM, Miss Helen B. Rives. Miss Mtl-
ri erl Hives. Miss Muriel Wlnthrop
BCWiyler U Parsons. Jr
Whrren, Mr. mil Mrs
Bu'ilen, Mias Kvel.vn Hurib n
Ir and Mm. Valent.ne Molt, Miss ,
sphlt Mitt, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hid-,
de. Mis. John Sanfnr.1. Mr. and Mra
John ilu Kais, Miss Woollett, Mr. and!
Mrt Qeorga Gordon King and atlas I
OlOl Khik. who wore a rather startling j
bl rk and white cubist costume: Stanley I
Englehanti. the butcher Oearg
Horaca Myd Barry
.iter xt. harwtn
, . John Pafgaaj
Lord Krani-ls PhlMl nor Kenneth Huixer
Hupert J.HIbrsnd Belford Pareal
Mortiifer. Miss Kdith Moi timer. Mr. aul
Mrl Charles Rett Hulnouse, Mra.
1 r Parry, Miss Alice Prooton,
Mm Wit jin 11. Kmory. wife of Heir
Adl ll Emory i Mr and Mrs tleorge
I. 1: vet, MlM Helen BrtOO, Henry T.
I nn, Mme. Ilia no, Mia. James H.
K In- and airs. Henry Rarton
Jieobs, tin- Miss. s He Ford of Baltimore,
Mr. Ooorga H. Wldener, John w. Riddle,
SJ and .Mis Qranvill Kune. lOguiton U.
W ' fop, Mr. anil Mrs. .1 Thompson
' r. Mrs. Hi, hard H. Townsend of
Vt'aghlngton, Mr. and Mrs. t'harlrs K.
Hoffman, Mrs. Richard Uambrlll, Mr.
an i Mrs. Ivlward Morgan. Mr and Mrs.
t, K Sturgis and Mr and Mrs. Preacott
La a rsnoa.
vt ii nr li e Roche lias I no Q aesta.
Tha principal event of this evening
was the large dinner and danos given by
Maurleg Roche at Hill Top Nearly liO
r teats attended dinner and afterward
nori called for the dance. There waa
or.a large tnble and twelve smaller ones,
01 In Ing placed on the lawn, with dec
or. i'ii, na of red roses and lilies of the
valley. Mr. Roche waa naslsted in re
ceiving by his aunt, Mrs. 1'. Pooper
Among the dlnrigr uuests were Mr. and
Mrs Charles dsLoosey Oelricha, Mr and
- 'i.i.rge BfOOltO, Mr. and Mrs Oliver
Perln, Robert W. Ooslot, Morris Kinney,
l'n-.c iiolan, tleorge Henry Warren,
Jr Mr and Mrs. K. I'.. Hlxon. (Jeorg- R.
Wldener, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Straw-bridge, Prime Paul Troubetz
koy, Thomas de Beaufort, Wuds
orth It Lewis. Richard V. N.
Uambrlll, Mi and Mrs. David Wag
Half, Henry T. Kteltmtuin, Mr. and
Mrs Howard O, CUlhlng, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Joseph B, Wldener. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
S Burden, Charles IS. Hoyden, Mr. and
Mrs W lioadhy I4OOW, Miss Jane Apple
ton Mf, and Mrs W. Adams Delano.
William H. Hands. Mr and Mrs. David
Dowa, Mr. and Mrs .1 Pred Pleraon, Jr.:
Lit 11 Itlchard M. Blllott, I'. S. N. ; Mr.
and Mrs. (leorge H. Post. Robert Hedg
Wli It, Jr ; Mr. and Mrs. Korsyh Wlckea.
Mr and Mra. Paulding fosdlck, Mlsa
WarburtotL W. Rhlnalander Stewart,
Jl Miss Mabel r; rry. Thomag Slnlell,
Mr and Mrs. Thomas RldgWBy, Kranrla
Rocht , Mr and Mrs. K. Loth Pop Ames,
Mr mil Mrs. William Woodward. Pres
lon Oibson, Mrs. James H. Duke, Mr. and
John R Pope. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Harry LaMon
' Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sampson
Dtevsns, Archibald Hiirriinan, Mr. and
hlra Theodore Havemeyer, Lloyd War
rn, Mr, and Mrs. Walter B, .Maynard,
Mrs Whitney Warren. Mrs. James
Brown, Miss Angelica Schuyler Hrown,
Alfonso de Navarro, Mr and Mra. J.
Laurens Van A'en. Mr. and Mra. Henry
J Whltehouae, willing Bponoor, Miss
Harriet post, Charlea B, Sands. Miss
Mary I'ync, Orafton Pushing, Johi W.
Riddle, Mrs. John Hauford, Mrs John It
I'n ii-I, Mr. and Mrs Clarence W. Dolan.
'bury K Kldrldge, Mr. and Mrs. J. tlor
rlon Douglas and the Governor if Rhode
Iilandi U Livingston Beei kman and
Mis lleei kman.
Afier dinner tha veranda waa
rlearad of tables for ths dsnce Snd a
buffel supper was served under marquees
pij . on the lawn.
committee to the convention.
Swapping of Wives.
"Swapping of wives In New York city
we find Is common," said the report.
"Polygamy by law In Nevada Is handed
out for th. asking. Dangers of the cab
aret and tango tea are amazingly In
creasing. The seductive highball la
proving a great temptation to young
"It Is estimated not less than 1,000
young men in New York city alone who
i-e teaching rirls to trot' at IT, an hour
Miss tiabrlellel iire otherwtae helping theru to get rid of
1. ToWllselld I thlr motlev IliVMIiVHlliin nmven thml
11,000 male leeches were living off the
generosity of girls In too New York
"Women are taught that It Is good
form to smoke cigarettes. These are
some of the evils prevailing In our large
"It Is time that the federation In each
to the municipal
a stop t" these In-
SOME BABY' SEEN;
IT IS A GOOD FARCE
city ihould nip 1
iuthorttli to put
in 1 1
"This aHMOt-latlon nhouM voir a pro
tent to tho (.sovernment as alntu the gruw
ItiK dlOOTM vil."
CARDINAL AT SPRING LAKE.
Ilalllniore Prelate t.nesl of
and Mrs. Martin Maloney,
Spsinu Uki. N. J., Aug. 18. Cardinal
(ithbona arrived this afternoon for an In
definite visit as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Msloney at their summer
Martin Moloney Oshnrn and little Miss
Catherine Ritchie presented the Cardinal
with a bouquet of flowers as he entered
Mr. Maloney's automobile to be driven 1
to the Maloney home. They are grand
children of Mr Maloney. Cardinal Jlh
bona Is accompanied by Rlnhop O'Connell
of Richmond. Va.
V rqn hart orris.
Announcement has been mails of the
marriage 1n Anivina. Pittiam:i, on Thurs
day last of Mlsa Jean Norrls, duughter
of the Ute Dr. Henry Ixe Norrls of this
city, to William Ivetrter I'rqtihart, for
merly of niasgow, Sootlainl The wed
ding took place In the Lplaooial oitapel,
Hie Rev. William Slack, recti r, poi-form-lng
the ceremony. Miss Norris, who
his made her home with her iisither.
tit iV.l West 1 23I man. is a niece of
the late Mias Ada, Ixiulse Norris of
Princeton, N J Mr. I'npilsirt has busi
ness lntereate In South AinerliMi, where
tie and his bride will Vive after tholr
Will He Married at Tnxedo.
SpyrasN, N. Y., Aug. 16 Invitations
are out for the wedding of Mlsa Kiln
Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Is Page of Tuxedo, to Krlc Potts of New
York. The wedding will take place in
the rectory of the Church of Our Lady
of Mount Carmel and the ceremony will
be performed by the Rev, Father K return
on August , After the ceremony there
will be a reception on the Page lawn.
Joeeph Brooks, the producer through
whom Taylor Holme became a star,
opened the Comedy Theatre last night
for an extended season, during which he
intends to jsressnt Mr. Holmes in a reper
toire of ptays. Tha play of last evening
la entitled "Mr. Myd's Mystery" and Is
described as a "farcical opmidy." It
waa written by Lillian Trlmbel Bradley,
who had formerly collaborated in a
number of productions.
Mr. Holmes is a youthful actor whose
rise has been rapid. He Hr-t played'
serious parts, and later wns with David I
Warfleld in "The Grand Army Man" and
"Tho Music M ister " He afterward ap
peared In niusital comedy parts under
the management of Henry W. Savasre
Some ..I his later gUOOeggOS were In The
Million, rtie Commuters" and "The
Third Party." His latest appOOCSnOol
was In the all star production of
"Trilby" at the Shubert Theatre. In
w hich he played the part of Uecko, the
Following thS precedent set when
"The Adventure of Lady I'rsula" was
last seen at the Maxlne Elliott Theatre
some months ago the customary iirche
tra was displaced by thre musicians
called thu Hruchhaueen Trio, piano, vio
lin and cello. Th departure proved ac
ceptable. "Mr. Myd's Mystery" Is an admirable
vehicle for the display of Mr. Holmes's
talents as S comedian. The piece rur
ivished many hunurroua situations. Incts I
Myd 1 Mr. Holmes . a writer of essays, ;
In ord- r to meet pressing bills has writ-
ton a "ts-st seller" dstootlvs novel under
the name of "Chappel'.e." More billa
necessitate. anOthOT novel and hia Wife, I
unknow n to .Me. Uyil, him arranged for j
yet another and has accepted advance
payment, Living wuh (ha Myi is Ifvol
WUsOO, daughter of a dSOOSoad army j
offlosr. w ta) is amoloycd as s Lady'i maid
g order that she may SUPPOrt her
younger sisters. She haa met Lord
J-'ruaci MilMator, who haa fallen In
love with im-:, but who bellevtat her to
be afro, Jfgd
In the fVrst aft the cook has left and
Mrs. .Vyd's uncle, the fiisaop of Bminid,
la arriving for dinner. Mrs Myd under
takes to cook, with Kiu It 1. .v.. 1 as the
waltresa. Mr. Myd tells the ;..'. a
story of his wire having gone away to
nurse a rich relative. His confusion in
answering the BtShop'S queatlona, the
presence of rod Ink on some linen, the
beauty of the, maid BVO and other cir
cumstances lead the Hitthr.p to decide
that Sir. Myil has made away with bis
wife. He therefore oilla In detectives
from Scotland Yard.
Then Afr. .Myd dl.-apisNirB, and so does
his wife. In tho leoond and third a-ts
we see hltn return disguised as the
novelist "Chspslle," He has arTiinged
with his wife to carry the dOOOPtlon
through In order to obtain material for
hla new novel. He sees his own house
searched fir his mlsalmj self and over
run by DhO poHoe, Through the various
oases of mistaken Identity the HuKop is
expoeed and Mr Myd has found ma
terial for u new thriller, "Mr. Myd s
Token altogether the play furnlahe.1
an OVOntng of gonttlno hearty amuse
ment. Taylor Holmos 'was aditklrable
as the Bcxntric hUOband of a very pruc
tlnsl wife, a role which fitted hie pecu
liar powera of fun making 1 the ut
nasM. IdlOtlS Wet tOOn as .Mrs JMvd waa
utrn.3tlve nnd i'liur:i Mrs proved sn
Chhor who added dist Ira tlon to a cast
"Mr. Myd's Mystery" la an amusing
offering with Mr. Holnien as the centre
of attraction and slmuld ratve at least
the average run of such plays ut the
Acted gt tlio Fulton hy an Ex
$3.n0 and ".-!Mo,ev and l'le. I, were not really as.
institutions. t inbr I,,,,,, , ouittmir the l-Kke Ho-
the provisions for employees or tne
American Metal Company sixty per sons
receive from $0 to $J.00 each.
Mr. I-angelolb, who came to this coun
try a poor boy, had 4. .100 shares of
the Amnrirsn Metal Company, Limited,
worth $1,204,000. Other large holdings
were 1.410 shares tirtinhy Consolidated
Mining. Bnielting and Power Company,
$182. $10; mhi shana International
NVkel common, TM0 ; I.00S shares
International Nickel preferred. $$$,000
It IM shares Miami Copper Company,
llfLOdO: 4.S0O shares Nichols Coppei
t'omiiany common, lttl.000, and GjO
shaies Nichoh Coppar preferred. 153,
Oin) . S.l'-O shares Studebaker Corpora,
lion common. ITO.dfiO . ),M Btudebaksr
preferred. $190.1.10. fioo shares Under
wood Typewriter preferred, $10,000 ; 2 -inti
I'tah Copper Company. ll,IC0i 2.
Alio shares V W Woolwortli Company
cmmon, $l.ooo, 2.000 shares K. w.
VOO I worth preferred. tt4.000, and
shares Metallbank und Mstallurglschl
tither assets of the estate were bank
1 deposits. $411. H37. and $49,442 due from
the American Metal Company
TRACE OF FRENCH ORIGIN
"Home llalii" At the I ultna Theatre.
lylvts Smyths Kran tne lrrunors
Ml Alvlns Smyttte.
tien Qoorge Llnosy.
tttierlff lligl in
Dr. Jo.uh gmyths -.
Mrs Phi ip Jonas. . .
. Kmnia J mvlsr
. Beth Frank. yn
. . John Arthur
.... Frank baler
. Ilobart l.twii
. . . Sam Felwardi
BEQUESTS OF MRS. GRIFFIN
tsnl of Starvesnnl Klsh l.rfl More
Than $tBBt B.
on July !! last
Kean (Irlffln, woo
and waa the sisti r of
the late Senator John lati of New Jer
sey and aunt of HtUyveeeM Kish. left sn
! estate of more than $100, I, She gavsl
I half the property sue got from her
I mother, M s. Sarsh S Biker, to the i hll-
d'en of John Kean and the other halt to
I grand n-: hews and grandnlacea. siw left
the Income from 110,000 to her friend
William Pr,sion Redmond, and on ins
Th.. elixir of youth, that an. lent cm- ""' il 0S ito hi. Issue Bh I gave her
property In CoopoaStOwn, N. 1 to hsr
pound that wis ODOS USOd so froqusntl) fP;end Mrs John Kre.lenrich
to give life to farOJ and comedy, waa! Requests of I,000 each we e left to
hsa "Rnmn i t he Uev nr. Ixoiis i, Morris, re. ror or
Christ Church, t iswego ; i;ie
p. it. oiig ai lit Club outright atid leav
mg it ll.it Why, so enthusiastic was
tic celebration on the part of the club
which was left il.it. so to speak, that
one might have thought even that there
was collusion in thu affair. That is,
there was none of that house divided
against Itself will fall atmosphere, even
though nearl) every one of tin- members
of the new Maxim Park Yacht Club
owed allegiance to the old elub. loo.
Ii' ! s, Why, niie might ask, would
Commodore Q s. Bsgor, Vlce-t?oramo-dore
Horace Kstohum, Rear Commodore
Carlton II Baker, Fleet Captain John F.
Itunyon of the Lake Hoptaoong Yacht
Club and numbers by the score on a
Saturday night leave their own new
lattice grill Mocked with mineral waters,
lemon sods, aarsaparllla ami ginger ale
msrol) to help their new hypensted
il'it, associates to open a new elublu
time miles away, and let their wives
dance moat of the evening while their
own boats rocked idly at anchor'
It might I"' SOld at Ibis point that the
Lake Hoptacong Yacht ClUh Is what Is
called a "family club" Its members
i avs always fall that one gets wet
enough un tin outslds soiling around
th.- lake without evening up things on
the Inside. Rut others said. "What's the
use of railing at all if one can't cross
a bar?" livery regular body of water
has har, they reasoned And the next
fung tiny did was to establish a cluii
hnuse bar three miles away, but a bar
Hence the opening mi Ssturday night
Uut why ths shots That's a question?
New York city be BUBS Sha caused the
defeat of Mayor MltCbsl'l legislative bill
and that she had been backed by Tam
many, Miss Strachan said I
"This Is In keeping with the other lb s
that have been circulated about me. The
bankrupt condition of the tSOOhoTgt fund
is due to f ie fact that the contributions
are Insufficient to meet the pension Hal.
ThOfO should have boat) more limitations:
In the list. The Mayor haa never lire- I
s. aic i a pension bill. He has lieeu trying
to get legislation through which would
lie detrimental to thS ISOOtrSrS of New
York, and not only have 1 worked
Against those laws hut every teacher 111
New York has done likewise As to
Tammany hacking me. that Is absurd."
To-day's Opening BSOOlon was Uie
largest in the history of the organisa
tion, Twenty-nine fon4gn iiallurw weie
represented. Five thousand lootdlSIO
Wore present wheti VtOO Pl'OglilSlg JoaelBl
Swain made the Opening addriBB
Throughout the speeches the iiuestlon of
"War destroys the teacher's work.
The teacher's duty Is to destroy war,"
said David Starr Jordan, who asset ted
that the WrMerS of history slwuld th t
have taught the children that war made
the ejws-hn for humanity, but rather that ,
It deetioyed what i-ace orOStSa
He rwited the steps In the progress
of SdUCatlOP In the last fifteen yells,
which he characterised not as the open
ing of ths twentieth COOtUrp but as the
I last of ths period "before the war." He
showed how sducotlon had bocorM mors
universal in th- sense that an sdUCS
I llonal meaning Is t-lnir found for every
human SCtkVlty, and how social service
has be u transformed from a vaKue
sei tiitieiit to definite dovslopmsnts,
Mrs Phllln Bnowden of Lord-in told
the teachora that the practice of hanirllig
on the na ks of BOldtsrs and lauding .
their prowess must stop If peace Is tu .
Ulllmatsly prevail throughout the earth I
' S.ur.e of us women are behaving In- I
corieelvably foolishly," she said. "Kvioi
In this country the women Imitate the
military In their dress. I see tlve-year-nld
bovs all hede. ked In khaki. While
grownups pat them on the hicks and .
call them brave little soldiers I: Wont n
want to stop their guilt in war tn. sou
of thing must atop "
the gin sts were Ralph Folks, ac ting
President Of IhS Hor.. ugh of .Man'iattan
who welcomed the real estate men '"i bS"
half of the city, nther speakers were
.1 J p.-irce of Wilmington. Del ; whose
address was "How cooperation among
real estate liroki rs of different sections
can be more effectively accomplished
through organisation." Jerome Fort of
Onalda, on "What true coo pe ration
should consist of '; Benjamin ' Fox of
i Chester. Pa. mi "Moulding ths nssorla
' Hon Into fiiinillng functions now llng
' hamllnd by boards i f Hade'; William
IB, Wlldman of Danbury, conn., whooe
top,,- was "Our emblem and what It
should stand for." and Albert L. W man
of Richfield Park, N .1 . on "The real ee
! late man and his advertising '' ( dher
I speakers w ere C .1. i ben of Newport.
I Vt. 1 Wynne James of Poylestown, Pa..
I Roscoe I. chambarlaln of Boston war-
ner Linosay, jr. or Atianiie i ny,
and Oily R Ayrea of Berlin, Md.
Thirty superintendents of the Amer
ican Lxpress Company, members of the
Association of Superintendents, met for
th.- flrsi tunc at tin- Hot. i Blttmoro to
discuss ways and means by which they
can benefit the company. They come
from various parts of the Cnlled Slutea.
While ill New York they will visit the
important shinning centres, and from
go to Boston, Philadelphia and
AT Tin-; HOTELS.
iik. Chle igo ;
A. B. sun-
M U I lender-Mi-
nd Mrs Frank
B. .1 Dlggs.
OPERA BENEFIT FOR WAR AH).
B ll f c rut I ii me n t rlainied to Assist
Italian lied truss Stork.
Otto 11. Kahn has donated the us. of
the Century UpsSa House for
, lata l.ell-ll! Li l.e g veil tn
evening ..f August for t
Cross snd the fam
It .1 11; Red
of n s-rv ists It
gnen.ualy applied to the
Hahv ." that was billed originally for
a week ago and had its first local
presentation at the Fulton Theatre last
right. If the elixir failed to do all that
was exiMctssi. it put conaidombls life,
if not "pop," Into a hot evening en
tertainment. The farce Is the work of ZeMah Cov
ington and Jules SinmnHon. with r
vim.i-is and staging by Percival KrusJ t.
It acts aa If it must have had a
VrSnChmsn In its family tree This
lo not to ohtim for It nny Celtic wit.
but rather a plot that may have oome
through gonu remote ramifications to
the New York stage f0RI a French
source. The piece has some brightness
and a clever. If thoroughly improbable,
Kti.ry. it waa natde enjoyable through
tha luirvi and consistently gyod acting
of a competent company.
J'ro. Jutmh Smytlw, the principal
character, was a perfectly Impossible
Ib lb v is
Training h-hnol for Nurses, the s.;.i
for the Relief of Widows Wuh Small
Children and the Morris Memorial
rihureh at Morris. N Y The residue
went to five nephews and na . es
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
will la- in. il. t ie auspices Ot the Inter
mit. ..rial Music snd Drams Committees,
the programme t-- itn lude many stars of
tin- Metropolitan Opera Company now
hare as Wall as Oth r artists
Among thooe who Will take part are
Mine. Louise Villanl. Pasipiale Amato,
LucM Botta, Mm.- Clementine De Vera,
Dante del Papa, the prohOStM of the
Metropolitan Doers House and others.
BBlUagn iJttssSER. Who died AUgUSI
SO, 1013, left an SOtatS of IMO.tlll, of
which he gave l!..7()6 each to fill daugh
ters, Millie Llndhlad and Mane Mohnoid
er, ant his son Klnard Uslsansr, Jr
He gave to bis son Ooorgg Lelssner
only $1,000 and a life Interest in a
share of the residuary estate.
Houaci li. THaCKaBi wtio died April
r, 1H14. lift 1111,110 to Ills WldOW, .Ma y
B. H. Thacker.
Cn.vHLga Dsitsch, member of DsitOCh
Rnithers. msnufscturars of bvatlor i, 'V
elties. who died February 2 . IU14, hit
$7'J,414 to his w'dow . Itoaetta F Delta .,
two sons and a daughter. His intsrssl
In the (Inn was worth lit. 101
Mrs. Robstta f Putsch, wlfs of
Charles Deits.li, who died Jul) 1'.. I $14,
left 1111,101 to 1 er daugntei. A' de. and
bill will comprise scenes from
is, Verdi's "Sicilian Veep STS." "Im
t del Ocstlno," songs and orchsgtrtal
MAY IRWIN IN NEW PLAY.
who was made not less nlausl- tea soiui I'haile and Francis .1 In rs.
personaso through the imwrJ William c Kimball, wim died i n
sonation by Frank lailor. with an ln-1""' " '"',' . " . '""
in 0 )f value of 100 hhari-s ..f thl
cllnatlon to tamper with the prnblenn Of WfSd A Lovott Manufacturing Compan
the mysterious and to neglect such trlv.ul silk oonimiastnn
r.,..,..ru 1.1 .....o.. ..Ka -w . . I.
ii'w.ii ip ii.,, . .ii,,, ,,,,, i.i i ;i,i. i
of Ills rv til. After failure st every other
lit asbl na ton IqOBtre" Seen
lit ..!.- Park.
Asm hv PARK, N .I . Aug Id May
lrv :. opened her season Iti the new pl.iy.
"No. II Washington Hojuaro," at the
savoy Theatre hsrs to-night, The sn
gngemsni sros prolimlnAry to the New
York run, which will begin at the Park
Theatre next Monday night
Miss Irwin h is a splendid opportunity
for funmaklng as the houssksspsi of the
aristocratic Mrs Ds Pogsfor of Wash-
Ington S"U.iri The pl.iy is a dianialui
lion of tin- hook of the s i;ue name hy Ita
author, Lsroy s. .tt. VMUiam Collier
staged the piece In Miss ll .vir. s lufge
oompany SrS Ffollet Paget. Lord Taylor,
Clara Blondlch and Leonard llollister.
CHARLES H. SHAW.
Had MOOOtStly llccoine I on necled
Willi (he tale l.llrsr.
Nsw Havcn, Conn.. Aug. 16. Charles
H. Shaw. II, a classmate at York of ex
President Taft. died of paralysis to-day
In the New Haven Hospital.
Mr Shaw was lorn in New ..rk t Iv
an. 1 lived there until six weelvs ago,
when he came to New Haven to become
connected with the Yale University li
brary After his grio luation from Yah
:n 1ST! he studied at Heidelberg aud
later was graduated from the Columbia -low
school He practised law in Now .
York and was connected with the Cus
tom House when William Lueb, Jr . was
Collet tor of the Port
When in New York Mr Shaw lived at
th. Roy alt on, 44 Wool Forty-third
street, lie was a member of the Uni
versity and Yale clubs The interment '
will be tO-morteOW at VOOd laWn feme- i
tery. New York city
THE REV. S. P. MACPHERSON. .
II) lie I'nrk Rector Rles on Train
on Ills Un From the Sonlb.
The Rev, Samuel P MaioPhorson. rec
tor of Raglna c.eli Church of Hyde,
Park. N , died vest.-r.lay on a tram
which he had boar, ied at Savannah to
return to New TVrk The body will bs
brought lo New Vml for Uuiiul from
he church of i un- Lady of Lourdes,
(72 West It Id street, where he was u--tSlant
rector before going lo the parish
in Hvde Park.
11. waa .',? years old and was or
dallied from St Josephs Seminary in
Yonlo i s A year ago hs came bai k
from a trip to ButrOpOi un it-rt an. in fi
W' llt to savai halt
II. tn la Ve i thai
f the Latest Na Be
I'oillld on Iteulsters.
Waldorf-Astoria R P. Bl
F. M Butt, Philadelphia
born, New- Lm:. ion, conn,
McAlpln Mr, and Mrs
'son. Cincinnati Dr, and
1 boii. Bel mar, .v;. .1 . Mr.
c Mitch.il. Norfolk, Va
I Kntcksrbocken L. D. Btevanson, Chi
cago; Mis- A M norland. Mlsa A. M.
i Train. ir. Boston i '' A Cooper. Chic go
Albert Mi and Mra, Clarence Nelson,
Wilmington, Del Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Saw yer. S.-ran'ofi. P i
Bolleclaire Krederlck w. Keono, lios
! ton : Miss Eleenor Bucklsy, Austin, Teg.
Nathsrland- Mi and Mn i W. Mar
i tin. Buffalo: Joel Sohoetibf to. Chicago
Broslln Qllmour Orllfin. Norfolk, Vsw l
. it s Psttlnglll, Phlladolphla.
i Marie Antoinette Mr and Mr- Kdson
i Ronney, Plttsfleld, Mass Mr. and Mrs.
j A D, Hail. BuffSju . Mis C A
Savoy Mr nnd Mrs A. K
louse. London: Mr and Mrs. O.
' ren. St. I-onln.
M iti nlnue William vr-'it-.
N Dimmers, Ruffatu; Mr.
Ooorga R. Collins, gal bury, N
.latnes Set .1
flsnrgo H Roe. TLTarmori) oasthlsr Of
th,. Bayakto National Hank died " hia
hon e, lo goutti Poraons avenue, Fluoh.
ing. Quoons, yeatsrday aft on He
Buoosaded lo a lumbar buolnsas e-tab-lishe.1
by his father and later founded
the Baywlde Lumbor Company, which
was SOk six years US" to a Mallhittan
syndicate He was Iwlot mar Had and Is
survived by . daughter, Mi Jessie H.
I ll t llerl III
trgsarasT, L I.,
rrlne J Smith. Ml.
Smith and mother
R. gmltfl, .1 e I vast
w .rk i tt v. th
i gmart, shn I i'i
yas rs in-1 r hreenoi t
HI. Mrs CaUh-
v Idogf .f Nelson ll.
r sup. rv-i.-or Hiram
dai Hits was borg
.i . ughter of
per null for
I'.. . ksty
v uksha Biptoo,
to. p.: . Dorethr
i i gsenard Bsdloy
son avenue, rte nn ine e.naie
widow. Rlanche R Kimball
ll.Hi v t. ItosKN. who die.', oveniher
kind of experiment he turned his atlen- j DH3, left $7.709. ashioll he div ided
Hon to Hie perfecting of an elixir of between his widow, Ponnle Roaan, and
jouth. I son, Irwin. The will requested tha son to
The experiments which lie made establish himself In the prsa dice I msdl-
"SirMURUN" IN VAUDEVILLE.
i- rt r iitl
II tttl mil ii ii
It I I Li ll lllll.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. da tlorsdnrff,
who have been ivuHriiug Boms time In
gUoekb ridge, Mass . will go to Murray
ILiy, guebec, to-day for a brief visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 0. BournO, "ho
have been making i cruise on thair
ya'vlit Altierta, have arrived at Rar Har
bor. Mr. and Mr.. Rudolph Kissel and
Mlaa Ina KiSOoJ arc at Pcotlie House,
New Hamshlre. for aeveraj weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Held are visit
ing Mrs. Whltelaw Raid at her camp In
Mr. and Mrs WaMer Rathbono lu
who have been vlaiting Mia. M. Tiffany
Dyer at HoiitJiampton, s.rs leaving t tils
week for Newport to visit Mrs. Hamilton
McK. Twombly before returning to tholr
summer home on Lake Uhamplaln.
"BROTHER MASONS" SEEN
New Three Act Furce Produced In
Atlantic citti K. J.. Aug. ii.
"Rrtdher Masons," a ncv farce by A.
Seymour lirowne and Harry Lewis, was
produceifto-titght by II II Frasee, and
thu IhrsS SCtS kept a large audience
Individual successes were scored hy
Frank Mclntyre and ( leorge Pursuits as
the brother Masons. (Irsce Carlyle and
tlrace Valentine an their respective wife
und swsethesrt, Dewltt C. Jennings and
Karie Mitchell bb a pair of sleuths and
Msude Khurne as a new type of housemaid.
Hslft s rampetiy' sales nf Itrsf In Ntw
York Otty for ths week ending Ssturday,
Aug ii". averaged as follows: Hoimmi
Beef, 13.21 cents per pound. dtfkt
seemed oonVlnoJng enough as they were
shown to make htm a candid. .te for
either the prison or the Insane asylum
For Instance, a crabbed old army oflloor
who was Intent only upon collecting Ins
rent was apparently transformed into a
baby and the bulldog stolen from it
nstghbOf beoame a puppy that proved
bsyond a shadow of doubt the efficacy
of the doctor's discovery. To apply any
rule of probability to such a plot would
he absurd. Them Stag nothing to do hut
to acknowl.'dire that the champ's were
rather cleverly made, and let them go
There was a little Bids story of love,
which had to ds with the professor's
stater, daughter and assistant. There
SfOTO norns entanglements in the straight i
ajui iitrist eourss of these adventuraa,
but they OArrisd a certain degree of in- j
terost. The rrahld old fjatnarsJ thought!
that he was proposing to the professor's
pretty little daughter and the daughter I
herself thought she was acting as a go-j
Isatween in the -ult of the 001)04 Sj and
her elderly maiden aunt.
The daughter snd her lover had some :
difficulty i'i arranging satisfactorily i
their own love, affairs owing ns much lo
the young man's loyalty to tho pro
fessor, his employer, a.ntn his own blun
dering. Hut HISS were all farce comedy
troubles that adjusted themselves with '
tha uousl application of farce comedy
There was considerable fun In the
piece, enough In fact to got a good many
Intigha on a hot night Tha audience
waa friendly OnOUgn to help piece and
actors with a most gonsroiM display of
An excellent piece of character acting
waa done by Kinniu Janvier aa the pro
fessor's sister. Francine Lartinioro was
Vary pu tty and attractive as Nyli in. ths
professor's daughter. (Blborl Clayton
looked and acted the county Mhorlff.
Brnosl Mallard was giMi.i as the (tonoriil
and ao waa John Arthur aa tha pro
te.. oi 's aaetstanL
cine and then marry a woman of tne
Mns COSKSLIA A. gBOOS, who died in
Brooklyn on April HI. left a net estate
of 1111,711.61, of which III.SIV 7 noes
ti her daughter, Mrs Mary I Cousins,
at. i. ol,!lt.ll to her granddaughter
Cornelia F OoUBlns.
Lt vvis QglTgfgLPi who died in Rrook
lyn on Ocdobor SS. 1119, left $.7.Mi7 :'i.
Whloh passes to his seven children and
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
LSKOg, Aug. Id - .Motor arrivals from
New York nt the Hotel Aspmwall to
day Included Mr. and Mrs K K Jack
son. Jr. t Hudson): Mr. and Mrs Har
rison It. Moore l Pierce): Mr. and Mis
J. W. Wilder (Overland) 1 Mrs Dudley
M Franklin and party ( Packard ) ; John
K. Leinoane, Joseph F. Lewis (Sun
piex , k. n. Bacon, H. Cuperton,
William Thompson (Msrosxles) ; Jamea
Matthew McNey. Mrs Howard L.e
Jones, Mrs. Helen S. Walker (Cadil
lac); Mr. and Mrs B II Miller (Hud
son) ; Mr. and Mis. Lewis B, Pleraon,
the Misses Pierson (gteams) j Mrs B,
A. AHhman, Mrs. w ,i. Panning
Watsssvst, Aug in 'Automoblllsts
from New ork at the Hotel Hlton over
the ideal Tour to-day Included Mr and
Mrs. W. 0, BdWards, John F Lewis. It
L. Kd wards (Cadillac) : Mrs. J. It Ram
sey, Misa Chsrlotts Moore (Wlnton) ;
Mr snd Mrs. C. R. J..y (Howard) . Mr
and Mrs. W. D Judd (Cadillac); .Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Coleman, Mr and Mrs
S. W. Coleman, Miss S A Smith (Hud
son) ; Mr. and Mrs. Llovd N. Worth
(Uul.k); Mr. and Mrs. R O. Sidcnb. rg
(Packard); Mrs Charles K Bedford,
Miss Jane Littleton, Miss (lladyi H.-.l-ford.
Miss Angela Hew-lett (Locomobile) ;
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius A Pugsley,
Miss ah. e Applegste. Arthur S 1..
jland, C. W. Tugaley (Cadllluc),
"Humurun," s'Hh Gertrude Hoffmann
i as Its star, pocains S vaudeville aitiac
tkn f"t- the tliRt time ysgtsrdoy after
noon at ti.. Nt w Brighton Tboatrs. Miss
Hoffmann! eompnn) numberod more than
'sixty, with ati orchsotrs .f ihifty niusi
clam Ptof Richard Ordynakl mads the
pi. -In Hon doubly noteworthy by his first
appearance on the American stage as
I th.. hunchback He Is a pupil of Max
I Relnhardt and b- staged tiie last pro
duction of tsumurun at the Cast no
Theatre three ve.ns ago.
M.ss Hoffmann was at her best ns the
Blnvcyiri an. I the whole pt-.slui'tiaiti was
pressntSd on a highly artistic plane
i libera on the bill are Comfort nnd
King, Bd. Rlondoll and Cotntmnv, Bdwtn
rgo, (It. ice Fislnr and tilay and
VAUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE.
Weber ami Fields Mill the Mlrao
llnil nt Hie Pnliiee ThOtStSOi
Joe Weber and Lew-
his health, and laler
for t lie same r SSon.
lilt had te. operated
at p.. on yesterday
lo resume ins w.
HHP IIAl.l. Sudds
Alien (i Hssdls)
and travelling bags,
night of psrltonltls, t
Tlolda are still al
the Palace Theatre, where yesterday
thsy bsgafl the seCOIVi week of their en
gajremsnt. Th.- pool table tmlsnds la
still on the programme, as is the "dying
gladiator" stunt Wobor and FiehU
haven't been together in vaudeville for
twenty years and their present appear
ance recalls the way back in the music
hall days 'n Hoboksn. Afi r this week
they will Joumey sround the Keith clr-
pull im a while, befuro isparsting to tahs
up their Indtvktuaj aotlvlUos again
i . i Iters mi yestoidsy'f bill were the La
Vsrs, (ius vn sud Jou Bohonoki
Chsrlss AheaniH Uofnody Oompany,
Harry Fox ami Yam-sl Dolly, TfOVatO,
Ruth Roys and Aineta. Ktlwanils Davis
sppsorod with a oompany of ten play-
,-is in a peace play called "The Peat e
Cry." It waa a lotrtensatlun of the third
act of "The Pleased and the Damned
and was written by Mr. Davis The hill
this week at the Palace la one of well
4. proatdsnt nf
makors of trunks
died oi. Bundsy i
allowing an 1 per;! -
Con at Ann May Hospital, Spring Like,
N J. He w is graduated from Princeton
I'titverelly in 1110 ai.d v is tl en taken
Into his fathOr'S Urn; Ii. was elected
pi-csi.icut upon ins faihe: a rotlremsni
I harlra s. Vinson.
Charles S MSSOn, doIUty clt.v Ireas
ursr of Jers.-y Clt) during Mayor
Kagans flrat lerm, .Hal wardon ot th.
ci.y Hospital, disd in that Institution
ysstorday from Blight's dsosuss. His
wife snd ion, with whom he lived at
.1 Rum met avenue, survive.
Abraham Pioclor. 81, formerly a mem
.her of the iNnnmon Council gpsj an eld. r
of the Presbyterian church at Boootun,
N J for the last three years BSCretary
of the Bedford branch of tne Brooklyn
Y M. C A . died on tMtUrdaW at his
in. tn.-, oi tgtilncy street He was a
member of Aroons Ixalgc, F and A M
of Boonton. Hs leaves a wife snd two
K i -Premier of n,. , Hies.
Amstbiipam, Aug. Hi A uegpotch
from Uiui-uHiat reports the death th.s
nwrnlgg "f K. .Ionian von Sucll, SX.
Piamdsr of Hungary. Ho rostgnod i .
Prssnlorsthlp in 1901 and served subau.
iiueutlv as a niemher of the Diet
fut.1 tl. st
treat ssoos 4
SI I s
-rvl.es ell TUSBdST, AtlgOSI Ifl
.... k at hi Isle resldenos, Jl
Bedford Park I
plr te SSpt
HAHFKR -I'-l"' '
II trper aul
ri.ealt a K I'
gust it, m Bl 1 1
ti I (BsBI -00t i
soo ol tif 'a" .tohg
i ...i i husband of
r, dli i Sunday, t i
ford I' -.1. Me,
... - .i !if I at Hl l te'orO
Its, t' mlttsi servsiN w 1 1 1 ss
,ti tit- g'-av -. l.r.
TUSStlSI . II thi a' 11
bs Vundsy, Am' ft
) la. k.
hi.nir at Rlbe
Aug .-t I at
meet train lest
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