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THE SUN, SUNDAY, .JULY 2, 1916.
MISS GHAPIN BRIDE
OF SHEPARD KRECH
GIFTS BY JOHN D.
FOR WAR VICTIMS
Total of 82,180,083 Disliib
iitod Amonjr Strifkon
People of Europe.
HYDRO-AEROPLANE: FOR NAVAL BATTALION
IS CHRISTENED BY MRS. VINCENT ASTOR
BRADY'S PLAYHOUSE $169,306 LEFT BY
GASTON MASPERO DIES
AT ACADEMY MEETING
TO OPEN IN AUGUST
roi'omitH.v Performed in S(.
Ht'i nnrd's Church, 1It
niirtlsvlllo, X. .1.
French Arciincologist tmil
liasfoi'inn Authority on
MIhs George, However, Will
Not Benin Her Season Un
Appraisal Shows Many of His
Best Known Works to He
of No Valiif.
IIASTKXKD HY ...OOP VMl,
Mor.RisTowN. N. .!., July I. The mar
riage of Miss .Miiry Stevens Chapln,
fliiiiichlrr of Mr. nnit Mrs. Charles Mor
rill ("lupin uf HcarnardHvltle, N. J to
sihepArd Krrrh. son of Mr. and Mm.
Atvin W. Krech of Manhattan, was sol
emnlird yesterday In St. Hcrnard'n
Church, at HearnnrdsvHIo, The cere
mony hastened because Hipjadrnn
,. of which the bridegroom Is a mem
ber, has been ordered to tho border.
The Rev Thomas Conover off Iclnted.
The bride was Riven In marrlngc by
her father, She wns attended hy Miss
Angellnc Krech, ulster of tho bridegroom,
mi maid of honor, her cousin. Virginia
ilarnctt of l'hllaileltOilii. being (tower
lrl Peter Cooper Hryee of New York
was best man. The ushers were Anon
Gardner and Charles McCortnlck of New
York and Merrill Chapln, brother of the
The brltl's gown wns .if while tulle
nnd ftie wire her mother' veil of lace
and carried while lilies and gardenias.
The null! of honor wore white em
broidered ret and carried pink mora
roses. Th Hovvrr girl was In white
a baekrt of pink roses
A reception followed the ceremony
and a widd ng breakfast was served on
the lawn of the t'hapln home.
The members of the family of the
brides niothir are said to he the nearest
collnter.il descendants of George Wash
ington, RUSSELL MUNSON.
If en nrU Girl Write Nan of l.nlr
liny llilr ftovernnr.
PonTHMot'Til, N ., July 1. The wed
ding of MIm Helen McKee Munson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. llallnm Mun
on of New York, and Hlchard Manning
Russell of C.ilnbrldge, son of the late
Gov. William Russell of Massachusetts,
occurred at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
Trlnlt) Episcopal Church, York Harbor,
the Right Itev Thomas Davlcs. Hlshop
nt Western Massachusetts, performing
The matron of honor was Mrs. Cordon
Auehlnclnss of New York, daughter of
Col. K. M. House, ami William Russell
of Boston was btt man.
The bridesmaids were Mrs, Amasa
Mather of Cleveland. Mrs. Sumner Mr
Knight of Minneapolis and .MIm Mar
garet Russell of liarrowg.ite, England.
dinner was given to the couple at the
York Country Club.
Brtdmrooiii n Mrmlirr of the Uusb-
nick llnillnl Staff.
Dr SI1.IM C. Blalsdell, a member of tho
M.iff of liushwlck Hoiital, nnd Miss
Jlitry U. Hose were married last evening
ay tne i(ev ur .1. 1:. Adims of the Cen
'r.il l'rehbterlin Church, ltrooklyn. at
the home of the bride's mother. Mrs.
Mary Hose. C21 (Sreene avenue, llrook
ln. There were no bridal attendants
.Hid only relatives were present.
Dr. Blalsdell Is a specialist In opera
tions connected with the brain nnd haa
invented several surgical Instruments,
among them the Rongeur forceps. He Is
a member of the American Medical As
"oel.itlon and a fellow of the American
College of Surgery
Ir. nnd Mrs. lil.ilsdell are to live at
U Palmetto alt eel, ltrooklyn.
II mini u Mitck.
t'ATKr.MN. N, J.. July I. Mist Jennie
Mack, daughter of Mrs. Isabel Mack. 103
Wnril street, becamo the b'lde to-night
of Carl MadiMU of New York. The cere
mony was perfoimed at the home of the
bride's mother by the Rev. Dr. W. A.
hltlell. assisted by the Rev. t). R.
Spencer of New York After a honey
moon at Portland, Tie., Mr. and Mrs.
Jladeau will live In New York.
Miss Ywimip Rose Cote and John J.
Sli.nlv were married on Wednesday In
'he Church of St. Jean llaptlste, lex
iidon avenue and Seventy-sixth street,
m the presence of rclatles and friends.
fter tile ceremony there was a recep
nn nt the home of the bride, loii Kast
tlshty-seconil street Mr. and Mrs.
r-hady will live in .Scrnnton, Pa., after
their wedding trip
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Menges, who
re passing the summer at Saratoga
Springs, ,, y,( have announced the en--ageiiient
of their daughter. Miss Flor
ence Marguerite Menges, to Krnest Spen
er Roche, eldest son of the late Rev.
.-pencer S. Roche, S. T. D.. nnd Mrs.
Itnishe of (i.irilen City. L. I., nnd Sara
toga Springs. The wedding will take
place in the fall.
PAGE RETURNS TO ROME POST.
I ll l.nulr nn.l ' Mr. .'. M.
Borne tlmi PosseiiKers on Nt. I'anl.
Thomas Nelson Pane, American Am
h.is,nlor to Italy, called yesterday on
he American liner St, Pnul to return
i li s post after a short leave of absence.
Tiere were 54S passengers on board the
I '.ut, an unusually large sailing list
r the present time,
inong the other passengers was Mrs.
r M Home, who Is on her way to Kng
laii'l to claim an estate of $250,000 left
her husband, Capt, Home, of the
Untlsli army, killed In action. Mrs.
Home wan Mils Hattersfleld of New
Voik and was married to Capt. Home
" the City Hall flvo years ago. It mm
rce".siry for her to make a hurrlctl trip
' thn City Hall to obtain a duplicate of
tie marriage license,
l.ady de Rathe (I.lly I.angtry) after
nveral deferred sailing. Is alo a pas-t-nger
on tho St Paul,
Barclay Parsons, Ji , who Is on his
way to France to Join the American
Ambulance, and Capt Donald Tod,
tormer ilould nailing master, were also
' n the St. Paul.
FLOATING HOSPITAL IS READY.
Helen '. Jullllnnl Will Make First
Trli mi Wednesday.
The Helen C, Jiilllurd, the new floating
'upllul which will make Its first trip
ilv 5, Is attracting llm attention of
Hortors and nodal woikers from all parts
"' the world.
The boat Jh a complete floating lion
i' ial In every respect. It is nearly 240
''I long and Jh prrpaied for uny emer
fenry There In an operating loom,
'lanuitlne yard, a moruue everything
meet nny unfortunate contingency.
' h tnff coimlstM of skilled doctors and
' irsei especially trained for their work,
The floating hospital will make lie
'"M trli Wednesday, leaving the pier
"' foot of Bust Twenty-fourth street,
' A, M. stopplna at Metropolitan
'nue, Rronklyn, at s 15 A. M., at Hud
'n avenue at i 15 A. M. ami Hamilton
'nue at 9 !& A M
The service Ik free and no sick thild
d Itsj mother are denied admission,
' ep,, of course, in case, of conUiglous
ise. There Is tin red tape. If the
did Is III t nnd it" mother are gladly
eepted and cared for without charge,
-MUCK OF IT TO I.KLOICM!
t't to June 30 the Rockefeller Foun
dation spent a total of $ 2.1 S9.98 5.78 for
relief work among the stricken people
Of this amount $1.290,:92.85 wen fori
Belgian relief, a follows: Kood .upplv,
constituting the greater part of tlv.i full
enrgoes, I9M.S81.9I : material for cloth.
Ing Imported Into llelul llm nn.l mii.la im
I by Belgian labor. 1200.000: establish-
ineni or an organisation In Holland for
receiving, sorting mid -lilimlt, in ll-l.
Slum clothing contributed from all pn-ls
of the woild and 'organising Belgium
refugees Into ecwlng ami knitting clas.es
and providing them with sew(n m i- .
chines and raw material. ITS. 410. St, rind '
. stipends for Belgian professors In Kng- I
I l.-.iul, t.10,000.
The sum of I14M9I.72 was apnt fori
feiuian relief, of which 199.S-I2 w.ia
for organization nndvmalntenance In co
operutlon with the American Bed Cross
of nn American Sanitary Commission
under the leadership of Dr. Klchard 1.
.Strong, nml 149.542.72 was contributed
to the Hed Cross for the relief of tle
tltutlnn. Of the latter amount I20.00O
went to the Bed Cross to be .expended In
the B.ilknn region and $29,5(12 72 was
contributed toward the cost of 400 tont
of food and clothing oent to Serbia.
Armenian nnd Svrtnn mil? nnwt
Ing of contributions for the aUl of tin-non-Moslem
population within the Turk- 1
lh Kmplre atrj In northwestern I'ersl.i I
ami nit- v.uciuui amounien to 36n,uuo.
Money for V. M. C. . Work.
The sum of )225.000 was given to the
International Committee of Young Men's
Christian Associations for the establish
ment of Y. M. C. A. organisations and
I buildings In military nnd prison camps
& nnlrlktillnn ... - AAA ..... - 1
I to the Rockefeller Institute for Medical
Research for a surgical laboratory nt
Complegne under the direction of Ir.
i Alexis Carrel and nnother of $35,000 to
' enable the Red Cross to send a detach
, nient of physicians ami nurses to Kurope
iln August, 1914, ,nnd for relief work In
and about Conetrnjitlnoplc.
I The total expenses Incurred by the
War Relief Commission In travelling and
administering Ibis great work of charity
j amounted only to $45,79.21
In nddltlon to the $2,19.9S. 7S ex
, nended for war relief an additional ap
propriation of $1,000,000. as et unex
I pended. wns ntnile on May 24 last fo
. Poland, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania,
I thus bringing the total appropriations up
j to $S.159,9S5.7R.
(JIM In This Ciisotr),
Among other ajtvroprlatlons made
by the Rockefeller Foundation durltis
the present yenr, exclusive of moneys1
for war relief, were the followLng: to
the Johns Hopkins University toward the
establishment and maintenance of a
school of hygiene and public health.
$2R7.000 : to cover appropriations made
by the China Medical Hoard to May 30,
H'lfi. $435,377.97 ; to the tteneral Kdu
catlon Hoard from the funds received
I from the estate of Laura S. Rockefeller.
$250,000 . to the International Health
Board for Its work during the year
1!1S. $75,000 ; to the Foreign Missions
Conference of North America for carry
I Ing out Its vrogranune of cooperation
nnd coordination In the foreign mission-
nry work of the principal American mis
slon boards, $50,000 . to the National
Committee for Mental Hyelcne toward
the cos of a survey to be conducted
under the supervision of that com
mittee to determine the number of men
tally defective persons In Nussan
county. $10,000; to the China Medical
Hoard for the giurchase of land In
Pekln, $125,000 ; to the American
Academy In Home, $10,000,
Among the larger of the gifts from
that portion of the Rockefeller Foun
dation which is pubject to John D.
Rockefeller's designation for objects ap
proved by the trustees during the past
six mouths are the following, to the
Ministers nnd Missionaries tleneftt
Hoard of the Not them Ilaptlst tonven
tlon to be used for the corporate pur
poses of the board, $50,000; to the In
ternational Committee of Young Men's
Christian Associations for the work of
the foreign department during the fiscal
vear endlnr December .11. 191S. $35,000 :
'to the International Committee of Young
Men's Christian Associations for the
woik of the. home department dur-
lliig Ihe fiscal year, 1916, $30,000: to the
New York City Baptist MKslon Society,
I $25,000 ; to the American Baptist Home
i Mission Society, $90,000 ; to the New
York School of Applied Design for
Women, $25,000 ;' to the American Bap
tist Foreign Mission Society. $175,000.'
MAY DANCE GIVEN IN JULY.
Jlrs. .lerome Cook Kntertulna Chil
dren In I'ark.
It may be a trifle unusual to have a
May party in July, but that didn't fease
Mrs. Jerome Cook, the captain of the
Fifteenth Assembly district for the New
York State Woman Suffrage party. No
good votes for women mother would per
mit children to picnic under n wet, cold
sky, so the party Mr. Cook planned In
May for the children of the Fifteenth
couldn't be heb then. The May pole
was stored away and yesterday Mrs.
Cook brought It out and Invited the
little ones to Join In the procession to
Four hundred of them started from
Sixty-eighth street and Amsterdam ave
nue at 10:30, led by a queen In the
tlulllest of white dresses. In the park
at Sixty-sixth street they danced around
a yellow May pole, ate a great deal of
cake and Un cream anil nau a generally
EDISON'S PROPERTY ATTACHED.
I CoioiilUalon sLeil mi Toluol Hit
Would A .it Itrlltrr In Allies.
All attachment for $SI against prop
erty of Thomas A. Kdlson on the ground
that he !a a non-naldent was signed In
tint Supreme Court yenUrduy In n suit
of Archibald JI. Ostron to recover that
sum for profit h on thn sale of toluol to
tint P.nteiite Allies, The suit Is brought
on an assigned claim of Herbert Lewis
under an agreement by which Lewis was
to get a commission of five i.nts r.
gallon no nil toluol sold bv Mr. IMwon
at 55 ceiilu a gallon
The plaintiff alleges that the defenJunt
received an order from J. P. Morgan c
Co, to sell nil the' output of the Cambria
Sleel Company at the price mentioned
and delivered 2V 572 gnllons, but refused
to deliver a balance of 137, 82K gallons.
Dinner Dunce l Field Club.
llRKENwicil. Conn.. July I Society
was largely represented at a dinner dance
given at the Field Club hete to-night,
Among those who curtained parties
were Mrs. William U, iiocKeriner, .irs,
IMwitrd R. Close, Mrs. Carl Rhlermau,
Mrs, M H. Dougla., Mis, K. A Powell,
Mrs. A. I.. Ferguson, Frltr. W. Hoenlng
hause, William F, Decker, Samuel F.
Stewart, Colby M. Chester, Jr.. W. A,
Fllnn. II. A, Crosby, Edwin N. Chapman
and Theodore Blake,
Copyright Internntlnnal Vllm SerUr.
MRS. VINCKNT ASTOK christcnintf the hiKh
power hydroaeroplane presented by n group of
citizens of New York to the Second Battalion, New
out olt the pier at Fifty-second street.
South ltrooklyn. rlde to-day a tine nev
100 horse-power hydroaeroplane which
with appropriate ceremonies yesterday
afternoon became the property of the
Second ll.ittatlon New ork Naval
Militia "No I,'' as Mrs. Vincent Astor,
wife of Kiixlgn Vincent Astor christened
It, will be een many times this summer
doing scouting duty out from Hay Shore.
I,. I. It Is the nucleus of the nerial and
water licet the battalion hopes to rale
to protect New York city In time, of
No. 1. which was built by the Hur
gess. Dunne Company of lloslon. Is tho
GIVE DANCE AT LENOX 1
Mi- I Itl'Uf I'll mill Ml- .,11,1 ,
M. . .. HUM! II IIIIU .HI. illlll
Mrs. Saniiit'l Frotliiiirrlifiiii
Lknov July I Mr and Mis New-
bold Morris gave
Rrookhuist. which was
Sarden Mower" were
used In the adornment of the house,
Supper was served at midnight on the
porches. Mr. and Mrs. Morris have as
guests at Hrookhurst Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter P. Anderton of New York anil Luke
C Doyle of Itoston,
Among others nt the dance were the
Mises M, civilise and Anna R. Alex
andre with their guests the .Misses
IMIth P Morgan. Marl" Johnson. A
Murray Hoffman, William Hamilton ,
Russell and Alex wider Rodgers. the '
Missis M. Smphnrn.i and (irato E. P
llrlsted. with the Mlss-s C.retchen Dam-
mi, nl,,i xi irif itei P t nee Allien II
rosch and .M.ii.i it I Luce. Allien II
Ely, Jr., Charles (1. Miaw. Chester Ladd
nnd Austin lowe Jenkins, the Mlssrs
.Insdihlne and Alma I egersdorff. with
Frederick .1. llradlee. Jr., I). Percy Mor
gan and Rlrhard S. Hancock; Miss Irene
Turnure and lieorge i;. rurnure. Jr.
with Miss Leila II. Hurilen. Henry It
Culld. Nelson Feb, Rudolph II Kissel,
Jr. Miss Aul a u Delnllcld, Edward M.
(iulld and enslave II Kissel, Miss Kate
Haven and Percy Rlvlngton Pyne. Jr..
Frederic Scher.ek. F Abtsitt Ingalls. 15,
T King, lsiac Wlst.ir Kendall, Stephen
C, Marko,-, Mr. anil Mrs. Clark !. Voor
hees, Wirt D. and Arthur M. Walker.
Dinners were given before the dance
by Mrs. Charles Astor Hrlsled and Ml
and Mrs. Samuel Frothlngham.
Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly, who
was with Mrs. willlnm Douglas Slo inu,
rnlitm.wl 1 ,1 VI :i ,1 1 SMO . V. .1.. tfl.lllll
NVInthrop Murray Crane entertained
forty members of the Saturday Evening
Club at ma .Mount rieas.un esinm in
Windsor to-day. Mr. Crane played first
base in a ball game, Ills mother, Mrs.
Zenas Marshall Crane of Dallon, was Sfi
years old lo-duy nnd the event was
observed to-night with a family dinner
Miss Anna Alexandre and Murray
Hoffman won the tombstone golf tourna
ment nt the Lenox Club thin morning.
tlcnrge ( Haven of New York is
with Mr. and Mrs, .1. Woodward Raven
MIsn llelnlse Meer and MIfs Ger
trude Parsons will leave lo-morrow for
three weeks of salmon fishing In
Mr. and Mrs, Rnbctt Sedgwick of New
York are at the Curtis Hotel.
NEW HEAD AT WEST POINT.
lob 11 Middle Arrives and
Wnsr Point. N Y July 1 Col. John
Riddle. Corps of Engineers, recently ap
pointed by Pit mdeiit Wilson as superln-
teudelit of the .Mllltai y Academy, arrived
hete to-day and artsutned coniniand of
the post. The retiring tlpciintenili-lit,
Col Cl.llelici P. Tovvnslev, Was escorted
to the railloail station tills afternoon by
Ihe battalion of cadets headed by the
The new plebe class which etittrid on
June IS In siitllclently well drilled to
(liter the luittallon proper and will bo
taken to Camp John P. Sloiey on .Mon
day, while they will Join Ihe other
classes In summer camp
which is estimated to reach nt least 100
will enter the academy on July in
CLUB STRIKE PETERING OUT.
No MIkiis nf ('nil In Wnltrr In
Ofllclals of the Players Club, 11
tint mercy Parlt, said yesterday that the
club was experiencing no embarrass
ment fiom Iho strike nf n few of Its
visiters, as there were enough left it
work to lake care of the reduced sum
mer guests, They expect the striking
men back noon, although no action will
be taken until the members of the board
of illreclom return tills week.
The ten men who are out demand In
creased pay, as Ihey say Ihe 14.1 n month
they have been getting Is Insultlcleiil for
their needs In Ihe summer, when they
get tips. There were no signs yes -
terdsy nf the waiters' organisation
carrying out a reported threat to call
nut the men from all the tiuba In the
. gift of 'he citizens' committee of ine
j Aero Club and cost $s.250, the amount
iitriUK imneu ny general euo-t;rin inn
among members' of the citizens' com
mittee of the club, of which Aymar
Johnson was chairman.
The ceremonies sesterday afternoon
were witnessed by about 1,000 friends of
the battalion, who had comfortable
l seats In a big grand stand on the pier
back of the armory The plane Itself,
alt swathed In canvas, lay out on the
I pier until Mr Jolinon cnlled upon
'Charles I. I.iwrence to make the pre
' eentntlou address to Commodore Robert
P Forshew of the Naval Militia, who In
turn presented It to Capt Falward T
Fitzgerald, who had all his 200 naval
militiamen lined up on the pier behind
CLAMBAKE NEAR GREENWICH.
anil Mr. 1. M. (ieorae tralth
llnst of l,arar I'arty.
Oir.rKNWtcii. Conn.. July 1 Mr. and
Mrs. i; St. Ueorge Smith gave an old-
fiif l loiii'd clam bake to the.i friends this
afternoon at Little Captain Island.
Members ,lf ,hp p.irty ttcr eollv,yed to,
uiiil ftom the Island In motor boats.
Among those present were Mr. nnd
Mrs. John 1). Harrett. Mr. and Mr.
James T. Soulier. Mr. and Mm. William
A. Evan. Mr. and Mrs. CSeorge F. Domi
rick, Jr. Mr and Mrs. William F. Doml-
nick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Adams. Mr
W.ilte- F llrewster. Mr, and Mrs. A. C
Hencken. Mr and Mrs. William.!. Hogg-1
son. Mr and Mrs. .Slid Morrow- Lad.l. ,iaJ the largest assemblage of the sum-
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Decker, Mr. r.r,d . , , . . ,
Mrs. F. Harris Nichols. Mr. and Mrt",, r' 'a"'r 'O' one met at ths Casino,
Samuel F. Pryor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed-1 which had Its format opening at noon,
win H. Mulford arid W. C. Squler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry II. Kane of New
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE,
Jul c 1 Motor
;r'.,j; '!',!!' V.,0.'o,liKi"0v,,"irJJ,' 0".r
,- Youns. New York ichiUniersi : Mr
and Mr. II. II. llrmly, Kllralirtb. N. J,
t Dodge i Mr and Mn J .. Putts, Mr.
and Sirs. J s relilenald, (. 'hlengo i simplex i
Mr ml Mr ,ierljtrl New Vol k
tUndne) August A Uumh, Jr.. Hoger
Cornell, s liner. St l.oul lOtcrlandi
Mr. anil Mrs It. Sleurns. New Vork Ki1
IllRi-l; Mrr liixrlrs It. Klsrhrr. Haiti
mure i Packard i . M Clark, Mr iltd Mr
A oen. Mr ami Mr. 1!. A Coehlnn. s.
."elden. New Vork (Iiulcki J I. Uunwat.
,ninn lonroy. .i n. i-urien, iiarry wno.i
i frllow. New York (I'aeksrd; Mr and
.Vlr .1 P Marsiun, Miss linrntliu.i Mar
uton. Mr mid Mrs V C Maratun. New
York ll.iiisi.nl. Iir and Mn. II. C
Desl.vu New York (Stearin).
.M AN! H KMTl.lt, Vt July 1 Arrivals liv
.XNiilKSTi:!!. vt July 1 Arrivals in-
mnhlle ut thn Kiiulnox llousa: Mr and
Ueorse A. l.yon. Hoiton (Cadillac). !.
Chalmers. Amsterdam. David Steven.
W. Chalmers, Amsterdam, David Sleven.
SchnectHdy; Douglas Dalian. New Vork ,
(Overland) Mr. and Mra. C O. Iigan. Mr
and Mr. ltobert H. Cannon. New York
live, Louisville, Ky K'adlllao), Mr. and
.iri. ii . uiior.i nim, ,'u. iiiuirrp-r
lllaik, New '. ork (Pierce). Mr ami Mr. I
linnet Mrlnerny, San rram-lien (Itenault ) . '
.Mr uiiil Mr. (ieorge pnerman, iiunoiuiu
.-, York (Steams); Mr and Mrs. Charles
WiKKlna. St. l.ouls; Mr. and Mrs. Charles I
ii. Keye. .New v or fiirtiauiii.
roul'KllSTOWN. N. Y July 1. Auto
".'"i'LT i,V'Vr, xi,."Ti I;! I',?,
( Franklin i; Mrs. Frank Hitter. Itneheaier
lierce-Arrnw ) Mr. anil Jlrs. c, Wheeler.
Mr an, I .xir. N. J. McKay. I
I Hlhiinu, .-ii, nn.l .-ii. .1 i, u.in, nn.
dale; Mr. and Mrs Howard Tltisue, New
Vork city tcjiiiiiuri; Mr. and Mrs. n II
Hflstnn, Mi iiti'l Mra S. V. 1;. Miller.
York (Itfimu t). ( Ureiire Junes,
CarrliiEton. New Vork city (Cadillac) :
Mr. and Mra Theodore It. Tuthlll. Itlntr-
hanitoo; 1, K.lwin nay. Moravia faun-1
Inei; Mrs. W II. Carharl, Hreenw leh, Conn ,
.virs, m 1- .iiccarron, .viorriatown, A .1
irron, .Morriaiown, .1
(Pierce Amiivi. Mr, ami Mra. Frederick
I'll. Mla ryle. wtimliwton, Del. il'lare
Arrow 1; .ir anu ao,, i-aui 1
Mlssis Maud ami Mildred
llradv, A. J.
llro.ly. Ml M Hugh)-, New York city
1 ens-Duryen 1 , Mr ami Mrs. Iiarry D.
Nlni. Muster Marshall Nuns, llronxvlllr,
N V , Mr and Mra. It II IHHInga, Mtlrn,
N X. (llnlnes), Mrs, It c Warren, Mls
Mildred Hiemi, C. W llenshavv, Princeton.
N. J (Caillllael; Mr. and Mrs N. W
vlro naVi'an Asn. WIu";
( Cadillac i.
I'OI.ANll SI'lttNOH. Me. July 1 Ar
rivals )y auto at the Poland Springs House
to. night Included T. Hewitt ('u)ler. Phlla.
ileiphla. ll nry c Di-nilnir. New vorit
iOwmi Magnetic); Vlra 1,. M stelner, Mr
John M I,!ndav.
I Pin kurdl . Mr. and Mra V J. Itonuc
llopiie and Hoy 11 l'rust Milwaukee
(Paikard) Mia Van Vleet. Mra. WIIUIll
SOU, Mis Col-, Vl", l.euiHNter, MflllldlK
T.nn (liirce), Mr 'ind Vlrs F .1
Mitchell. Miss Huth Mitchell, Haverhill.
Vla-p, iMarmon), Mrs. Kll.t K. VV, 1iiik
in.iM. Salem. Mr. ami Mrs It. II. iilr
lloslon (Packard). Mr. and Mrs. Harry
llulji.ird, New Vork Hauler): Mr and Mrs
Wllimiut S, lliiskell. Paris (Flat): Mr. and
Mrs Herbert llovntou, Detroit (Hudson I :
I -Mr, nnd Mrs. C. p. Danforth. Mr, aud Mrs,
t and Mas. ''. F llnlev. Francis llalei-
U'lilherlne llalev, Mrs. A Holland. Duliith
(Pierre); Mnriia McDonald, Portland
, MAPI.KWOOD, N II. July I Mr. mid
1 Mra, l' Diicrken, I'aleraiui, N, .1 I.Vtnr-
mn. n), vir ami .Mia. II. T Slndle, i.tttie
FbIIs, N. Y (Marmlnn) ; Mr. nnd Mrs.
John lllihertt, MInb Khl.crta. Dr. and Mra. II.
II. Khherta and tno children, llurfalo
K'adlllac), Mr. mid Mrs. It. tllckenhorst.
Newark, N, J (l)uryeu-Ilmplrei ; Mr, and
Mr. John II MivcAlinnn, Winchester.
Mass IStearnal, Mra. I.llllilll Spotfnrd,
Providence. It. I (Sttarna); Vlr. nnd Mra,
Curlla (I. Mtlr.loi, lliiatou ISIaarnai Mr I
and Mra dome w. Heva. Maiuhater,
N II (Oldaninhlle) . Mr. and Mrs II. W
Parker Mr ami Mra, a vv. iie.iiui, Mar
stun Heard. Manchester ( Pel kard), Mr
and Mra, .1, W Mngulre and family, Mm.
Mra. sage lilvee I.avrrencr a I no, (1(1(1
Alii.nroM, Wis., July I. President
Samuel Plants of ltwrence College
day announced that Mrs. Russell Sage
. hml given 00,oni), the Inrgrsl gift ever
received hy Lawrence, to erect a girls'
dormitory as a memorial to her husband.
The gift came .as a complete surprise.
Construction will begin at once.
York Naval Militin. The ceremony took place at
the headquarters, Fifty-second street and the bay,
Brooklyn. Vincent Astor is standing to the left.
him. Then they swung a big derrick
over and Just an It had mnde fast Mrs.
Astor stepped forwnrd and cracked a
bottle of champagne over the hull with
the words: "I christen thee No. 1."
As It was swung over Into the water
everybody cheered, and then Ensign
Astor, commanding a fleet of motor
boats, towed It out to clear water, where
Knslxti Samuel Pierce climbed in. started
thn engines to roaring and after gliding
over the water shot the plane up Into
the air for a twelve minute trip around
Fort Hamilton and back. Knslgn Pierce,
brought the flying boat back without
trouble nnd the crowd cheered again,
aided In the noise making by all the
whistles of craft that knew anything
about It at all.
ENTIRE PIER COLONY
FLOCKS TO BEACH
Hijrsrost Crowd of Season "En
joys the Hathing Casino
NsltUAOAN'SETT PlH, R. I., July 1.
,rMi v' c(,ln' '"' -''ny and the
beach at the bathing hour this morning
York were the first to register and were
closely followed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry
. lusoit-iu-r, won are en-
J'K their first season here
Others who registered at the Casino
for the season were Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward S. Prlckett, St. Ixmls: JI. C. Hou-
vler. New iork. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
i..i-lt.... t... i, . .. .
..... . v.,... a,,.; .r. anu
Mrs. Irving II. Chase, the Misses
Eleanor and Lucia Chase. Waterbury. I
Conn.; Mr, and Mrs. Tallsjt llnn.iii. New-
York. Mr. aim Mrs. Albert H. Lttiibert. '
t xi. . . 'i
St. Louis, Mr and Mrs. It. V Snencer.
.New ork, Mr and Mrs. James
Wldener. Rrookline. Mass. . Mr. and Mrs.
William II. Coombs V-il.ill,l n t
, V,. , ',i 1 . ' . !
1 t-oburn Darling. Mr. and Mrs.
L. Tyler Pratt. Mine Isbel It. Pratt.
Reginald Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Samuels Mrs i: w i-o.. ' i, y
.",' ' Y" " Rrr- Mr-
iiugliau, vvhenton Vnughan,
Viii?MaU. nil Of I'rovlilenre
a... i . J
. ln "", noD or ,h season was given
in me oanrooiu oi wie t asino o-n ght.
V.." , , . an Jj"1 i,t; John
" ""n r orK anil .Mr. and Mrs,
iit'in namueis or rrovinence.
Mrs. C (iray Dlnsnmrn of New York
arrived at the Mathewson for the sea-
Emmett Corrigan has collaborated
', Wheeler. Mr and Mrs. E, I. Prlckett and Rus.
i,t.oci1l',t.'r ''I Prlckett of New York nlfo arrived
eiii. naris . i,K.i.. .
' 1 ' Mathewson for the summer.
. i uners mere are Mr. and Mrs. II, T,
R(.,rdson, Easthampton, L. f- Mr!
1 , ,, ,, ', ,,,
I r . ' Maxwell, Roekville,
nnti.. and Mr. and Mrs. Eben N. Lit.
tlefleld nf Providence,
' Ineomlnir trains
Incoming trains and automobiles
... .. .
1 orougni a uost or people to tho various
. hotels Mils afternoon no,) in.oihi
1 , n..i,.ntu n, t -1.1
I,,,,,, .... i. ,!..' m. ' . '
..nn ...i, rti.-A v.imiiuii, ..ims ,iury 1
Harlter, Miss Margaret M, Cordon, Mis.
Ueorge C, Whitney of Raltlmorc, Miss
Eleanor Fisher Clarko of New York.
Dr. (ieorge 11. Lee of New York Is at
tho ("iladstone. Others there are Mra.
: ,I;00,r.'fMa,,,k.ove,V' ,rockb;n- N X. : M1
1 1 Hanks, R, C. Lastman, Newar
At Ihe Iteveie are Dr. ami Mrs. How
aid Knight, Mrs. (Ieorge Cooke, Miss
H.-ssle Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Cunvtrfe. Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. .Metrair. .Mrs. AIDed L, White and
Mihh S, White, New York,
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr and Mrs, Curl! Tucker have
closed their house at 7.13 Park avenue
aud are nt the Plaza before going to
West End, N. J.t where they will pass
Mr. nnd Mrs Cornelius. II, Tangemiin
will go to Newport on Tuexduy.
.Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II Thomas gave
a dinner last night at tho Vanderbllt
for James ', Fargo, brother of Mrs.
Thomas. Mr. Fargo Is a member of
Miss Fanny Cnttenet left yesterday
for liar Harbor, Me., where she will be
for the summer with her cousin, Mrs.
John limes Kane,
Mrs. lieu All llaggln, Jr., Is visiting
her mother. Mrs. Jeremiah ltnblnsnn nt
, Narragansett Pier. It. I
MIkh Augusta McCagg anil IxjuIs
II. McCngg have joined their parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T)uls R. McCagg, nt Wood
lands, their summer place at liar Har
bor. .Mrs, E. Roscoe Mathews Is passing
the month of July in New Hampshire,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams have
gone to the Thousand Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. A, Holland Forbes left
for Newport, R, f yesterday for the
summer. Their daughter, Mra. Beach,
wlll Join them later.
I STAGE NEWS AND GOSSIP
William A. Brady will open his season
at the Playhouse during August with a
new comedy. But Miss George Is to
open her season at about the first of Oc
tober. Mr. Brady will then have to va
cate In her favor. Miss George will
strain revive some of the most deserving
of the plays in the contemporaneous re
pertoire and will also Introduce several
novelties In which sfhe has great confi
dence. Mr. Brady will divide his time equally
between Ills duties as the head of a large
cinema company and the manager of
several theatrical organization. He
believes that the time Is ripe for a re
vival of the Shakespearian tours of
Robert Mante'.l, who will return to
the stage. Then Mr. llrady will keep
going several companies In his con
tlnulng successes such as "Way Down
Kast" and "Little Women." Mr. Brady
plans to give In all seven new works.
three of which are to be produced ex- ,
perlmentally during tho summer and
four next winter before the holidays. I
Margaret Illlngton, who will be seen
In "Just for To-night," out of town this
week, wilt have the cooperation of al
ter Jones, C. Aubry Smith, Efllngham
I'lnto and Hae Selwyn In Avery Hop
Edward Clark's "Coat Tails," which
Arthur llammcriteln will give this fall.
Is one of the successful plays acted by
IJonn v.raig at nis uajiiie oquaie inc
aire. Dillingham and Zlegfeld have arranged
I that separate authors shall write one Jet
apiece of the play which Is to open fhe
Century Theatre under their manage
ment. In this way they hope to satisfy
all the stars In the company, who have
I petitioned that their favorite drama-
lists shall be allowed to do the work
The Harris, the Hudson, the Astor,
the Lyric, the Candler and tho Maxtne
Elliott theatres closed their doors last
night for the season.
There Is an amateur farmer not very
i far down on Long Island who happens
to Include among his friends a number of
actors. Some of them are of Engllsn
' birth and have been In this country ever
since the beginning of the war. They
I even betone to that class of ex-patriots
I which does not Intend to return to Eng- 1
j land at all untlMhere is peace and the (
general anineni noit-ii is rAyvuvu w
follow that period.
6o there has been lets admiration fori
them In the eyes of tne American, who j
has allowed It to be understood thnt he ,
cannot feel the same warmth for these
actors, who deliberately refuse to return
to England. In fact, he Is, despite the
protests of his family, deliberately cold
to them. When the discussion of .he
subject grows too heated In the domestic
circle all that the head of the family
has to do Is to arise with dignity.
"I am going, my dears," he says in
the assembled and attractive woman
hood of his family, "I am going to the
That expression Is thoroughly well un
derstood. It clears the air at once. It
always suggests the time a few weeks
ago when several of the English actors
had been guests at this house. When
they departed the host was missing. He
was found in the chicken yard, darting
here and there, to catch the black Minor-1
cas, who were occasionally gifted by
some freak of nature with a white
"Why, what In the world are you doing
there In the chicken yard?" was the
Try!.. to flnrt nough white feather,'
tiA r.Vsiaiar1 rautisllc nnnllnlllnir lite
pursuit of the elusive Mlnorcss, "for
jour menus rue next lime iney can
So the threat of retirement to 'he
chicken yard is always enough to quiet
discussion of the subject of the Engli-th
actor In war time.
The run of "The Fall of a Nation" r.t
-., ,. ,.,;,
tR, It wlll he resumed In the autumn.
Thomas Dixon returned yesterday from
Los Angeles. Thrre he arranged for a
CTT,"'1 ..prf",UC,l?,7 ,f "Th'1K"".of n
Nation" It will be seen In Chicago.
Vppaiently no city Is to escape a visi
tation of the ladles In the neat vvhlt
Clarence Whltehlll Is one nf the Amer
ican singers engaged by Charles Ellis for
tho opera company be has formed for a
season In the West.
Stella Rubinstein will sing at the Ind.
pendence Day celebration at the Cltv
Hall on Tuesday Mme. Rubinstein will
be associated with Prof. Henry Fleck
In the musical performance.
Lyn Harding has sailed for England.
His biographer observes that the actor
did "not state bis plane for next season."
In all probability Mr. Harding's plane
will he made for him by the Dngllsh
(ioveniment during his sojourn there,
nr.. ,ih.i, vviihuui niiii j
with C T. Dneey In the composltltn of I
i 11 0" n"t drama called "The Court Mar-1
.it- H.t.1,0. ,tA..lu ...1,1. t. .. 1
tlal." which deals with the recent re
bellion In Ireland.
Eileen Molyneux, the young woman
dancer who wns seen at the Winter
Onrden and later In other musical shows,
has Just returned to London, where she Is
more appreciated, and Is dancing In the
" i i.iuiiic,
In plt of the praise which greeted
'its first performance nnd the suereas of
. l.ndv Tree, who nlnved lh tiarl oreated
1 , ,
here by Zelda Bears, James Forbes's
amusing play of theatre life called "The
Show- Shop did not really delight London.
It has been withdrawn. They like their
own jilaya best.
The news comes from England that
Charles Chaplin's popularity there l
on the wane. His failure to return to
Ensland to enlist or to contribute to
the war charities Is said to bo respon-
tilhle for this change,
Theatre ushers In the cinema temples 1
are now required to hnve another quail-
ncauon. iney are often expected to
sing, This nddeil attraction to the
picture shows l tho result of a novelty
Introduced several months ago In a Har
lem theatre, There the four ushers
mount to the stage during the Inter
missions and lift up their voices In
song. So popular has the Innovation
proved that It has been adopted In many
other plnyhousen. It serves as well ns
a vaudeville programme to vary the
When Hie colian Theatre opens for the
season In August It will be with "Seven
Chances," the new farce by R, C. Megrue
which David Relasco Is producing. In
Washington the piece was called "A
Lucky Fellow" and It hns previously
been known under another title. So It
will hnve the advantage of three names.
When Doris Kenne conies' back to the
United Slates she will bring with her
"The Rook of Carlotta," by Arnold Ren
nett, It Is made from his novel "Sacred
and Profane Love."
"The Old Homestead," after thirty
years of use by Penman Thompson anil
Ills successors, has at Inst gone Into the
slock theatres. The length of tlmo it
keeps out of the stock companies Is
usually the lest of a play's value In
these days. Such a record proves how
popular this old rural play was. In com
parison with, let us say, "The Eternal
Magdalen." which almost made a record
of the other Vlnfl.
ROYALTIES ARE $1-1,810
The value of the Interest of Charles
Klein, the playwright, In all his plays
Is disclosed In the transfer tax report
filed yesterday showing that Mr. Klein,
who was a victim of the Lusltanls, left
a total estate of $169,306 and a net
estate of flB",6CI. The entire value of
the royalties due was fixed at $44,616,
the Interest In many of his best known
plays being appraised as of nn value.
The largest asset of the estate was a
life Insurance policy of 1100,000. His
only siock holding was i:.1 shares of
the Clear Felt Hat Company. appraled
as worthless. He had 19,074 III rash and
a note of Archibald Selwyn for J 15.000.
Among the claims against the Klein
estate which have not been passed on
Is one for 1100,000 damages made by
Rachel Klein ns administratrix of the
estate of Alfred Klein, for the alleged
breach of a contract made In 189", A
claim of Lee Hhubert on a note for $5,000
has not been determined,
The appraisal of the value of Mr,
Klein's Interest In his plays was based
on an allldavlt of John W. Rumsey,
president of the American Play Com
pany, genera! agent for Mr. Klein's
plays. The largest Item Is 120,000 for
royalties due for the dramatisation of
"Potash ft Perlmutter," for which the
decedent got 214 per cent, on thn first
14,000 gross weekly receipts, C per cent,
on receipts above that sum and halt the
stock company royalties.
Mr. Klein's royalties from "The Mu
sic Master" are held to be of no x-ulue,
because he agreed to give David Relasco
half of the royalties of 6 per cent, up
to $5,000 and 9 per cent, over that
sum. Mr. Relasco controls the play nnd
has reserved It for the exclusive use
of David Warficld. While Mr. Warfleld
lives the report statcH that there Is
little likelihood that It will ever be
produced In stock and there Is a question
whether Mr. Warfleld wlll ever appear
In It again. Ih that case there will be
-Mr. Klein held all the rights to "The
Moneymakers," which proved to be nn
nbsolute failure, but Its motion picture
rights nre appraised at 1500. Ills In
terest In "Maggie Pepper" Is fixed at
18,000, na It has been produced In nil
the first class theatres and Is of little
value for stock productions.
Concerning "The Guilty Man." a play
not vet produced, the report Mates that
It was written by Ruth H. Davis for
AI 11. Woods, nnd Mr. Klein was en
gaged to rewrite It nt 24 per cent, of
the gross weekly receipts up to 14,000,
and 6 per cent, over that sum. Mr. Klein
received 12,500 advance on the royalties,
but the future royalties are fixed t noth
ing, becauee "Common Clay," produced
by Mr. Woods. Is so similar that it robs
"The Guilty Man" of its value.
Tke appraiser finds no x-alue for the
play "Cousin Lucy," not yet produced,
because It was written for Julian Eltlnge
and tho element of risk Is large because
he may not care to appear ln it. Under
Mr. Kloln's, agreement with Al H. Wood,
he was to get 1100 a week for every
week this play was produced and 50 per
cent, of the atock Income. No value Is
found for "Wall Street Gets Potash and
Perlmutter." contracted to be written In
1915, because It has not yet been pro
duced, nnd before It appears another
play of similar nature may rob it of Its
The royalties from "The Third De
gree." written In 190fl. are appraised at
only 1300. because It has been used In
all the stock companies) and Its chief
value Is for the films. "Paid In Full,"
written In 1910, In which the decedent
got a half Intereat for 15,51)0, Is ajipralsed
at 15O0. "The Lion and tho Mouse" Is
appraised ut tho same figure. "The
Gamblers" ii valued ut 11,000 and
"Daughters of Men" at 1300.
The report statea that the motion pic
ture rights In "The Rattle of the Giants."
"The Cipher Code" nnd "The Next of
Kin" havo been sold to Lubln for 11,500,
nnd tho "District Attorney" and "Dr.
Helgraff" wrre sold at $500. A valua
tion of 114,000 is fixed for the motion
picture rights of the following: "The
Stepsister," "Willie." "The Great Wall
Street Mystery," "The Common laiw
Wife," "Crown Prince." "A Morganatic
Marriage," "Washington Play" and "The
orange Girl," The decedent sold "Hv
Proxy" and "The Ihidegrooin" for 11.750.
DR. DWIOHT LEFT $300,000.
Former President nf Ynle Willed
Estate to Wldnnr for Life.
Nkw IUvin, Conn., July 1, By the
terms of his will filed In the Probate
Court here to-day Timothy Dwlght, for
merly president of Yale University, who
died here on May 2i. left to his widow
ills entire estate valued at 1300,000. On
her ueath It goes to their son, Wlnthrnp
E. Dwlght of New York, who la named
In the event of the death of his son
without issue Dr Dwlght provided that
one third of his estate, Including all the
family poi traits, should go to his
nephew, Thomas Hooker, son of his late
sister Aurella, and the r untitling two
thirds to Yale University.
The eslate consists of real estate and
personal property, the fiwight residence,
which had been occupied hy him since
his retirement as president of Yale, being
valued at 120,000.
Tho will was drawn on tho first nf
May and was very brief, Hy Its terms
Dr Dwlght required no bonds either of
Ills wife or of his son, Through an er
ror In filing at the Probate Court It was
given out orlglnnlly Dr. Dwlght had
DANIEL O'SAY LEFT $500,000.
Life Interest to Widow and Then
Nharrd hy Thrre Children.
WIllTK Plains, July 1, The will of
Daniel O'Day of Rye, filed hern to-day,
dispones, of an estate worth more than
1500,000, The beneficiaries are Caroline,
the widow, and the three children, Ella
W, O'Day, a daughter, and two sons,
Daniel and Charles, The widow has a
life interest and the children Inherit the
cutato upon her death,
Mr. O'Day died Muy 31. Hn was In
terested III tho Cairo Oil Company and
hnd other large Interests. The will Is
dated In April of 1914. The widow, Her
bert Scovllle and Wlnthrnp E. Dwlght.
tho latter two of Manhattan, are named
A limited number nf ilolrabb;
apiirlmcntt avsllable for season in
gagcmcnti, Giiesls iH-rmltlcl live of Shawnen
Country Club golf cotirae by Intro,
A. J. & C. V. Mt'UPHV. Manager".
Also l.surel House, latkewoasl, N. J,
rms, July 1. Oaetnn Cnmllle Charles
Maspero, for many eam prominent as
an urchieologlst nnd historian, died sud
denly yesterday nt a meeting of lb ,
French Academy of Inscriptions and
Belles-Lettres. M, Maspero wns secre
tary of the organization.
He was born In Paris on June 24, 1146,
and was graduated from the High Nor
'""I School. In mo he was entrusted
with the foumllni; of nn nrchcr-ologleal
institute at Cairo. For m.iny ycara he
wa engaged In n search work In Egypt.
H was for n time gcnernl director of
Lgyptlon museums and excavations.
In 1899 ho became a profcsior In the
College of I-rnnce, 11 position which he
continued to hold until his death. He
w"?tm " c"umand(r In the Legion
ot Honor by tho French Government for
h a work In Hg.vpt M. Maspero
2.a,n dlrectllr 'f Hi" School of Higher
Ju Hnd Imnornry member of
tho lenn.i Academy of Sciences.
Among hist works was. a "History of
Wie Ancient People of the Orient," mi
r-gyptlan Arclueology" ami "The Fin
ances of Egypt Under tho Lagldes."
Edward Henry Flnlay.
OrtANOE, N. J July 1 -Edward Henry
Hnlay of tht. tlmi of Hmry P. linlay a.
Co., wine Imimrtera at 35 South William
street, New York, died to-day following
a nervous breakdown at his home, 349
Montrose avenue. South Orange. In
tensely Interested In thi European war
because n number of his relatives were
serving with thn Allies Mr. Flntay wore
himself out writing n scrim f nrtlcles
on preparedness and was stricken 111 1
about a month ago. Ho was liorn In
llavann, Cuba, forty. nine years ago.
Horace Webster Duricln.
NBwntRoit. N. v., juy .Hor.ice
Webster Durgln, prenlduil and general
nianoger of the Granll.i City Soap Com
pany, died this afternoon from 11 etrok
of iMjralysIs suffered a week ago. Ho
was about 7ft jears old. .Mr. Durgln
was n native of Massacfnisetts and had
lived In New-burgh about fourteen years.
Dining the civil war he was on Gen.
Thomas's staff. Ic s survived hv a.
widow. The burial will be In Munches
ter, Mass., on Tuesday.
;rorur tchiiatlm, Hunk.
George Sobastlun Runk, viiy-prcsi-
dent and director of the Yorkvllle Hank,
died suddenly at his summer home nt
Premium Point V.11. t. ...I.. .11. ........
. V, -.. ..... ,ivii--t rr-tvi-
Uay. .Mr. Runk was also a trustee of
the German Savings Rank In the Cltv
of New York and president and director
of the Rocky Crest Really Conipnnv
Funeral services will b. at hit New
York residence, ID West Seventy-seventh
Joseph Ferris, for twenty .veais phar
macist nt Rellevue Hospital, died yester
day In the hospital from cerebral hemor
rhage. Ho had been a patient since Mav
17 last, when he had 11 paralytic stroke
He was 54 years old and lived with his
wife and three children at 455 First ave
nue. During his service at Rrllevus It
Is estimated that he compounded 500,000
Dr. -Willlnm Tllnndrll.
Patebbon, N. J July L- Dr. William
Rlundell, one of the veteran practising
phyelclans of New Jersey, whose home
was nt 427 Rroadway, this city, died
last night at his summer home In Allen
dale nftor rti llln t'sjt of ilhoiit 11 ear.
He was SO years old.
Georsse Iln; Has.
ItPTiliT.i'oiiii. N .1., July 1. -George
Rayllss, one of th0 founders nnd for fif
teen years Mayor of (Im Uorotigh of
North Arlington, who husj lived fur the
last flvo years at Montvllle. N. .1., died
there yesterday, aged fi" jears.
TiKTiisrnil Will t ola Off .Son.
Tho will of William Townsend. w ho died
nt 204 Manhattan avenue, cuts off Fred
erlck G. Townsend, ono of Ids two sons,
"in view of his conduct for over five
years past which has kept mo In a state
of turmoil nnd has cost mo as well as his
mother much money." The estate went
to the widow, i:ia M. Townsend 1 Ihe
other son, William, and two daughters,
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
WILLIAM It LANiiE. whn died April If.
left his estate of 1 46.000 In realty suit
15,00" In persnnil proprty tn hi,' wife.
Alvlna Parrel l.nrg.
sANIilIHS ilCTXIAN. who died Februarv
4 last, left I1K.XJ tn his wife Pauline, for
life and on her death to th-ir rhlldreti
lie had 9i0o,!n real ratalo and lls,7IJ
In paraonal property. ,
IH.OPSnM At Oarden City, f I., an
Saturday, July I, 1!H, Mnry VV Hies,
snm, widow of (iMrtas vv l!lnspm. in
her e Ighty-fourth (Nr.
Ill.UNPE!.!.. At Allendale. I . ,.,1
Saturday, July 1, I916, Willi no llluu
dell, M, 11
Relatives and ''lend" r Invited to at
tend the funtral on Mnndav, Jul)' a,
from his residence, (17 Slroadwa,
Peterson, N. .1 . at : ID o'clock I' XI,
Interment at convenience nf tantlp
CADi:. -At Areola, N J John T Code,
seed 55 )ears. of Huntingdon, IIiiKland
Funeral at Ida residence. Areola, N J ,
July 3, at SiSO P. M
DUHUIN. At Newburch. N V, Ssinrdav.
July 1, UK, llnraie. Webster lmrsln
Funeral aervicea will he heM at Ins late
residence, lis lira! street, on llninhv
evening at o'clock. Interment at
Manchester, Mass, on Weducadit)
lloslon and Taunton, Mass, papers
FlFHl'.lt Charles Fisher Funeral eervic't
at "Till: Pt'NKIl.VI. lillllUMI," 1971
llroidway 1 Prank II Campbell Ilulld
Ing). Notice of funeral li-rcafte
l'luler auspices of Actors Fund.
FINLAY F.dward II., of SID Montrose,
avenue, s'outh Orange, N .! on Sat
urday, July I. nf hrirt failure
Funeral from Church of uur Lady of
Sorrows, South Orangu, Xlondsy morn
ing at 10 o'rlork. 1. 1.. W. train
from Twenty-third street, New York,
9:10 A. M.
(HI.!,. At Washington. Conn. 011 Frldai.
June r.i, William P. mil. In Hi ev
enty-elnhth 5 ear of hl age
Funeral service at Ida late renldence. I
lledford place. llrooUiu, on Minds
July t, at 3 o'cluik. II Is rripiotrd
I that no (lowers bu sent
I ItlRiilIL On Thursdiv mnrninc. June
1 S, John H. Itligc'. at he mnui-r tei
1 dence. MiilOHrnui ' K. S' V
Funeral servlcis M.m Im till1 3. hi
lllegelsvl le pi , t '
I ' VI
t . lull" 3,
r oveil ht
nee S'l hitirj,
i i i iinum Petal.
.. M tntt . .St
' ie" e 10 VV
TU'NK Sllddel. 1 I
IMi't. 1. i'o S'e - I t
hand of lanh" 1 I: 1
al his suillin- ' '"' '
Sm Boehelle. S v
Funera tierv o ci vi
t p M ir til- "
pil. ate I
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