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JULY 3, 1916.
HOW THE CITY WILL
CELEBRATE THE 4TH
Fnlriolif Exercises to Ho Held
in All the Schools and
SAI'KTY FIRST TS SLOGAN
Fthr Knickerbocker will have a
Rvrl) and highly patriotic Fourth of
July to-morrow, llln pinna for making
youngsters mill grownups glad th.it tlicy
re Americans call for much music, pag
eantry and speeches In many school,
rarks, playgrounds ami other public
p;.ircf Being a firm advocate of "safely
first." he will have no fireworks at any of
hi ofllcl.ll cerebrations and he will rc
d'j. e to a mltilmuin the use of dangerous)
pvroto.-hhlos at utiofllelul events.
I'nler the auspices of the Mayor's In.
dependence Day committee, of which
Oenrse (lordon Hjttle is chairman, twen-
ty-e'cht !"'P,,",f celebrations will take
plaie in Manhattan. Arrangements for
trei-e nave nccn mane uy a snu-commlt
tfc of which Borough President Marks
l honorary chairman and Col. Louis
Am n Ames la chairman. Those events
v. II Mart with a meeting at S .30 A. M
In the historic block house at Moth
street. Central l'ark, at which Mrs. C. I,.
Morehouse will read the declaration of
Independence for the seventeenth con
One of tue principal rallies will be held
,t 10.50 o'clock at the City Hall with
Mr Battle a the presiding ottlcer There
mil be addresses by Mayor Mltchel,
Comptroller Prendergast and others.
Mme Stella Ruboustc-ln, who has been
described as the "American t.lcder
? tic r." will sine The musical pro
gramme will be under the direction of
prof Henry T Kletk. chairman of the
music committee of the Mayor's Inde
pendence Da committee.
Other Unities of thr liny.
Other rallies will take place ns fol
VI Washington Soilare. Pnhlle
f-hi' :, In l.a.t Party nnd street.
Centre Association of iruhllc School
1 i Fourth street west of Kl'si avenue;
Put'., eVhoo! I, opposite Senard Park
:iji A M Public School SJ. East
r.fi-ernth "trret and Second avenue.
"I V M - Times S.iusre.
i: Noon Mount Morris Park.
: P M OolonUl Park.
. 'u1'.. V.,,ham r,,rk nc1 ' Central
P M --Cnlumhli fouth Field. 116th
res- and Riverside Drive; Chet.es.
Muire Hudson Park. John Jay Park and
Chcnkee place. St Gabriel's Park, chll
It'll" pUynround. Ninety-eeienth street
;tid Rirer.lde Drive; Soldiers' anil Ptllors'
Momment. Seward Park. Washington
Mure, nattcrv Park, Cortesra Hook Park.
I.hm Tark. Hamilton Fl.h Park. Ahlng
dan Siuare park ami at atnnd, l?9th
'rest and Twelfth nue. Motion pie
isi'im'11"1 b' "hnM,n at mont of th fifnlns
At noon as a part of the official rl.
rratlon a salute of forty-elghl guns will
b Hred at Governors Island.
One of the most elaborate events of
tr.e nay win pe the celebration In the
unlng at the stadium of the College
of the City of New York. It will 'con.
of shott addresses by Prominent per
wr, niiiilc by a band and nine five
mi 'iite tableaux beginning with Paul rte.
me ride and covering various topics
up m aaie. Ho warn yo will play
Abrnhnm Lincoln. Lionel ftraham will
present Warden Ostx.rn's prison reforms
fi Mme. Oadski, posing as Colunibfa,
si f nc - me star Spangled Banner.
In t e afternoon at 2 o'clock there
w! 1 he a mas demonstration of physi
cal t Hltung, athletics, folk dancing and
m.'fia training by pupils of the New
1 irk mm!' schools nt the stadium of
We ci ! of the City of New York.
IliercUrs In thr Schools.
Between 10:30 A. M. and noon Inter
etng (.crcxei will be held In 200 pub
lic school buildings, and many novel fea
tures nil) be Introduced at patriotic ex
ercises In tho vacation playgrounds con-
nuitcd the Hoard of Kducatlon.
In connexion uith the programme ar
ranced for t,ie day by the Mayor's gen
eral committee "silent speeches" by
President Wlison. Oov. Whitman and
Mayor MiUb.il will be transcribed In
electric llshti and flashed In the evening
it Uty Hall Park, Times Square, Co
lumbus Circle and the Stadium of City
College. Then there will lio aoeclal II.
liimlnatlons at the City Hall and the
pointers ana Pallors Monument, and
practically eery monument, park and
public p!.ic (n the. city will receive ad
ditional light The special lighting for
Ihe evening. It Is said, will approximate
tn.nnn.ooo candle power
The Vacation Association has arranged
a "sane Fourth" celebration at 8 P. M.
that DromlstA to ba of much interest.
The headauartera of the association at
V West Thirty. ninth street will be the
centre of the fun. The street will ba
closed to traffic from Fifth to Sixth ave
nus on Thlrtv-nlnth street. There will
h a p.irlilan day fete with dancing on
the street to the music of the Sixty-ninth
The Bronx Congress will present a
pageant In the athletic field, Crotona
rarx, me Hronx, at p. M In coopera
tion with the Mayor's Independence Day
Migration committee. The, pageant
was written By Marlon Mills Miller anil
191 people will take part In It
Celebrations In Thr Drani
Thera will be celebrations In The
flfonx In ths mnrnlnir nr sfternnvm at
Public School 10, Eagle avenue and
street; Indian Field In Van Cort
'nit Park : St. Marv's l'ark and at Ma
comb's nam P.ark. Celebrations In the
"tning will take place at H8th street
nil Third avenue; Westchester Square,
Court House Square at 161st street and
Th'rd avenue, McKlnley Square, Will
lamsbrlilce Square, at Fordham and at
"The Treason and Death of Benedict
Arnold," John .lay Chapman's symbolic
mi nnuonc.il drama, will bs presented
to-morrow at Miss Martla Leonard's
outdoor t eat re. the Ilrookslde, on her
Tijie on the Hedford road. Mount Klsco.
On of the lareest celebrations ar
"nod for the greater city will bs at
"i'-i ii. ns unraens.
'Minn will have a celebration nt the
Morrli lumel mansion at 3 P. M.
A 'peeini worklngmen's meeting and
og ralb will take place In I'nlon
Tiare from 10 A, M. until noon. Frank
J" vnlh etialrman of the Industrial
ufat ,r. Committee, will make an ad
1 ie Sirlety of Tammany, which haa
Men "Hehintlng the g-lorlou Fourth
ff Ut je.ira, will observe the day with
IltrloTif exereUoM nt T.,n,u,t., ITnll
Jer-.n It Voorhla, the grand aaeheini, hals
nd heartv at $, will preside. Ths
Tammany Olee Club will sing and the
MXtV.tnlU fll.A.l 1 1 I Ml
i,vsi'iii'iil Iinilll Will MAJ.
j;rrnfr Supreme Court Justice Charle
' neinn w) roa(j tne Doclaratlon of
Impendence and the principal speakers
l.l I. Cov Ixcke Craig of North Cnro-
n "! Senator George Chamberlain of
'I'gon inner speakers on the list In
nUfle IIeri.,.uAMttlll,m. I.I.I.... Ul,..llat.
'-.-.........( v .tnnii.ii . -iifiii-ii-
wtger of Nchiaska. James J, Collier of
'"irn,p and Perl D. Decker of Mis
In New York To-day,
"p!ih wak" healnt.
, tw. erk University mimmer school
-n. i0r anroimtni or tunents.
Optnlnr itiilnn National Kducatlon As.
"tiatlm, Madltnn Square Garden. J
-CettUiA. rarada. M A. M.. under
".i.mi.i bi.i.rhoorti atari, III Baat
t"JPar pagtant by pupils of tilth
! vnth school dUtrletal Lswlsohn
iM.t Am,1,r1ra "tnus ana llth
FMEST THINKS HUGHES 1EST.I
father Relford Hay Wilson Is "el
fish n the Corn"
The llev. John 1,. llclford, editor -of
Thr .Wrniiir, the parish paper of the
Church of the Nativity In lliooklyn, dis
cusses the candidates for tho Presidency
In the curifnt Issue of his paper.
"The Chicago nominee Is a man of
character." sag Father llclford. "Ilu
has led n clean life. No story of fraud
or vice has touched him. He Is a Bap
tist, lie believes his religion and prac
tices It. He made a good Governor. As
a Jiuttlco of the Supreme Court he
showed ability and Industry. There Is
every reason to helleve hi- will la- fair
to all. That Is all we want.
"The St, l,otils nominee has Just one
asset. He has kept us out of war at
least Kith Europe. How much he has
paid for peace Is a iUesllon, He has
unity admirers, hut few filends. He Is
Seidell to the core. He imsacsscs two
qualities, Ingratitude and conceit. They
are about equally balanced. Ills Cab
inet Is a Joke. A despicable Congress
has helped to spoil his administration.
Hut when every allowance has been made
It muit be said he has blundered, mud
dled and stumbled through four years.
There Is every Indication llwt his next
four will he worse.
"Chicago Ignored tho popular candi
date. Hi l.ouls nominated the only man
who seemed to seek the prise.
Father Helford Is stilrltUHl adviser to
the Catholic members of the Twcnti-
CARDINAL AIDS NEEDY
AFTER IRISH REVOLT
alls for follRptions Next Sun-
dny in Alt Ciitliolic
Cardinal Farley has ordered that a
olleetlon for the Irish Hellef Fund for
those Impoverished by the Dublin revolt
be taken nt every service next Sunday
In every church In the Archdiocese, of
New York In a Utter which was read
yesterday in thr Catholic churches
Cardinal Farley, while saying that Kng
land punished "mercilessly," admonishes
his priests not to refer to the Irish
Itu.it'.on from a political viewpoint.
The Cardinal's, letter follows;
"Hcicreiul and Dear Father:
"The unfortunate and tragic events
hlch have recently occurred in Ireland
ave brought about, with other conse
quences, a condition of unspeakable want
"The punishment which Kngland
meted out so mercilessly by execution,
Imprisonment or deportation to hundreds
If not thousands of fathers, husbands
and sons has fallen with extreme e-
erlty and dire misery on countlese;
women and children, many of them aged,
of unhappy Krln.
Christian charity Imposes on us all.
Irrespective of race, but especially on
those of Irish blood, the urgent duty of
xtendlng timely and substantial relief
to the Innocent victims of Ireland's latest
"We. therefore, order that a collec
tion for the Irish Hellef Fund be taken
up In all the churches of this diocese
it all masses on Sunday, July . riease
read this appeal at every masa on Sun
day. July 2, and add such words as
our seal and prudence dictate. It ts
hardly necessary to suggest that any
reference on this occasion t-Hhe Irish
question from n political viewpoint would
be unseemly ninl unwise.
PENSIONS FOR OLD RABBIS.
-rntrnl I'nnfrrenee Will Try
Itnlar Fund nf I.OOO.IMIH.
Wtt.pwnon. N. J., July 2. A pension
fund of at least 11.000.000 for the sup
Mrt of superannuated rabbis and other
rells-lous workms was advocated to-day
hv the Commtsioi. on Pensions of the
Central Conference of American Habble,
The commission will- work In cooperation
with one from the Union of American
The report from the Committee on
Hellglous and Ktnionl instruction m
Seculnr Schools, submitted by Habbl
Louts 'Woolsey of Cleveland, was consld
ered nt the evening session. Tho com
mitiee was annotated last year to stuay
ths' problem presented by Christian
elerrvmen and organisations in meir ei-
fort to Introduce Bible study and re
ligious Instruction In the puiwo scnoois
of the country.
The committee Is composed of Itabbls
Wnnlaov. Samuel Schulman of New York,
Tobias Schanfarber of Chicago, Henry
Barnsteln of Houston, Tex. ; Frea Limn
of Omaha and Jonah U. wise oi rorf
ir,.i n i ha malorllv oi me riir
mml it was announced, favored the
inirnH.ieiinn of the so-called Gary plan
because It "countenances no alliance be-
lueen church and State." and wouia pro
vide an opportunity "to drive out every
semblance of religion which has subtly
crept Into the halls of the pumic scnoois.
CHURCH UNVEILS A STATUE.
. i.i - rivnpa nf At. Jerome Is
.11.1 ., . T -
Given to Bronx Parish.
A marble figure of St. Jerome was
...... n.rf vaamrdav In front of tne
Homan Catholic Church f St. Jerome,
.i..o..a.e ai-enns and 131th street.
t .v. . or tne i. ninetii ii nw
.. . .. . ....I .-A-
the address, and the actual unveiling
of the Btatue was done by the Rev.
Father George T. Donlln. pastor of the
church. Hundreds wunesseu ion t-
monies, among tne .
members of the Boy Scouts,, the , Ho dy
Name Society ano m. jmum" -
Club. . . ... .... ,
lie " , m
.taina 11 mip sriii ot aira. ? till
fred Klynn of The Hronx. in memory u.
her husband, Micimei rij'im.
member nf St. Jeromes parian
active In Its welfare.
PRIESTS SAY FIRST MASSES.
Amrrlran OfflcUtes as Father ol
The first American loy to becoms a
i . i.. .he Vnthrrn of IM Jlsseii
.... n, iiev. John Graham. 8.
ciiu.nuiit:ii.. - . ,.
S. H., eelohrated nis nmi " -
Church of St. Jean me I'Y.1'
..... ........I. mwt Meveihiy.sia.n
lull d.ci.uv . - ....
yesterday. Father uranam was .e,..iu
;.. .u. v.., v.iru narlsh named, and or-
.i ....r ,.riei in Montreal last week.
The Messed Sacrament U a Canadian
Cathollo order, whose chief work Is the
perpetual adoration, ami f "' ."T"'
is their first prlost recruit since cowing
to this country.
Other priests saying mass mr '"
i imw umio ntmeniH ycsieniavy in
cluded the Jlev. JameH A. Dunnlgun at
i llanhael. the Hev. Joseph V. Jlyn
... u. i. ne tim itrv. Henry J. Ken
nev at Holy Trinuy on uiq oai unto,
.i,i n..i.. rtnbert It. Murnhy lit St. hllsa-
eii. Hie llev. Francis X. Sntt nt 8t
tnnieu. ihe Rv. James I nariri l
St. John the Kvangellst, the llev. James
A. Wilson at tho Epiphany In Second
avenue, and the Rev. U W. Yarwood at
u. Ames in Korlv-thlrd street.
These appointments were Just made by
Nt rancors ahar la Ksl
EUs 3 fray, who dltd In Brooklyn
January 7 !. w "ft" ' 0
a? ki nf which Rffls R Hlrschkowltl.
nleo. ic.lv. ." dm 0crn
Phlppi. nsphsw. 110,000, th rMW
golnf to inroo nramp
TUWO fLTUU A -7R AHA
UD1IO U1ID VlllMUU
FOR ZIONIST PLAN
1 rhilndclphia Meeting
Hears Hopes May Bo Real
ized In Two Years.
HRANPEIS OETS TRIBUTE
Piui.ApKi.rHIA, July 2. In the next
two years the hope of the Zionists will
come near realisation. This year and
the next are the critical years In the
move to make Palestine again a Jewish
This Is the message the Jewish leaders
of America brought to t.OOO Jews who
packed the Metropolitan Opera House
to-night In the mass meeting which
closed the first day of the annual meet
Ing of the Federation of American Zionist-
Meji like Justice Louis D. Brandels
of the Supreme Court, Rabbi Stephen
S. Wise of New York. Judge Julian Mack
of Chicago and Dr. Harry Frledenwald
of llaltltnore voiced the hopes of the
modern Jew In words that brought tho
audience to Us fert again and again.
And ns a climax this audience raised
Jli.'.oou, the biggest fund that has ever
been raised at one meeting, for the
Zionist movement In this country. The
needs for the coming year, announced as
$210,000, were met, as pledges were made
h) Individuals, cities, States and Jewish
Justice llr.uulels, who throughout the
day was a big figure In the deliberations
and activities of Mw opening sessions,
received a demonstration at tho mass
meeting such as few men of his race have
'cr lecelved from American Jews.
Habbl Wise Telia o( Hope.
It.ibbl Wise, to whom was given the
Msk of raising the fund nnd the honor
of Introducing IamiIs Hrandels, stated
before he did either of these things the
hope that Zionists have for the reallxa
lion of their dreams and the reward of
We Jews In America have the great
sl cause for happiness In the last two
ears, he said, "for during the period
of our people's greatest stress, we have
had the strength and the will to serve
our peoples and magnify the Zionist
ausc throughout the world.
'We will do more during the next two
years and a great deal of what we shall
accomplish depends on what Is done at i
mis meeting to-nignt. we have deep '
fauc for rejoicing to-night, too." I
Here he began a tribute to Justice
Hrandels that brought the crowd to Its
feet In another demonstration for the
newest Supreme Court Justice. I
We rejoice not on y because our
IsflHee hn. h.n nhn,.n fn nit. nt lit.'
- t-v.. .... .in
highest places of service to the
lean people," Habbl Wise snld, "but be -
cause he has been chosen only afler he
nas Deen tested as no man in American ,
history has been tested. We are re
joicing not because a Jew has been called
to that service, but because a supremely
noble Jew has been called to one of the
great places of service to the republic."
New Moitan for Zionists.
And then he sounded the new slogan'
for the Zionists. He told of the pledge .
the Hritlsh Jews have mads and sug-'
geated as a better one this:
"I will further work and toll and sac-
Iflre to Ihe end lli.'it a leirullv aenreil
homeland In Palestine shall at last be-
come the reward of forty centuries of
Jle answered the objections to the' and tlaugmer. Mr. anci .nr. iienrj
onlst movement that Jews cannot gov-1 I.lppllt, at the farm of Mr. I.lppllt's
em themselves and declared that the
Jewish nation In Palestine would be an
My only answer to the statement that
Jews could not govern themselves," he
said, Is to point to the record of tho
Jewish colony we have maintained In
alestlne for the last Ofty years. NjI
one member of that colony has trans
giessed the criminal laws of the ruling
power, and the Arab tribes come to th
Jewish courts of law In the colony to
settlo their legal dltllcultles. Better tho
Inflictions that Belgium suffered In self-
defense than Russian oppression."
TO PROMOTE CHURCH WORK.
The Iter. Charles Htrlsle Appointed
The Federal Council of Churches an -
nounced yesterday that the Rev. Charles
aieiEir. la lu lintoino a nrni wfrrir.l) hi
the council and will enter upon this woik
The Rev. Mr. Stelile was the promoter
of the Labor Tempi at Fourteenth
street and Second avenue, and was
backed by ths Presbyterian Board of
Missions and ths Church Extension
committee of the New York Presbytery.
He has been Identified with social ser
vice work by churches, especially by
Presbyterian churches, and last year had
much to do with relief for people out of
employment. He has maintained a bu
reau for the better management or ma
terial work by churches. He Is also
Identified with the church publicity cam
paigns. FATHER STRZELECKI HONORED.
Cardinal at Mass Cslebratlnar Pas
tor's TTrnty-a,fth Year.
Cardinal Farley, Mgra. Lavells,
Mooney and Dunn and about eighty
priests of the dlocess were present yes
terday at the celebration of solemn high
mass In the Polish Roman catholic
Church of St. Stanislaus, Seventh street
and Avenue A, In honor of ths Rev. John
H. Strseleckl, who bad completed his
twenty-rifth year as pastor of the
More than 2.500 persons stood In ths
street In front of the church during the
ceremony, which was concluded by Car-
dlnal Farley with the reading of a papal
benediction cabled by the Pope. The
ceremony was followed by a luncheon In
the parish house.
TENT SERVICES STARTED.
Washington Helajhts Churches Join
In Series of MretlnaTS,
The Evangelistic Committee of New
York, which last season loaned a large
tent to a committee of the Churchmen's
Association and made possible tent meet
ings on the grounds of the Cathedral of
St. John tna uivine, nas mis season
loaned ths same tent to the churches of
The tent was dedicated yesterday
afternoon as "Tent yvrt Washington."
Representatives of all of ths Washington
Heights Protastant churches attended.
It Is set up at St. Nicholas avenue and
178th street. The iwv. FredericK i:.
Harding and others mads dedication ad
dresses and last night the first popular
service was held, The sermon was
preached by the Hev. Dr. Daniel II. Mar
tin of tne rort VYttsninglon .-reroj icrmn
Meetings are to be held In the tent
every night, Sundays Included, and there
also will us meetings ror cnuarsn.
Work on Memorial Palplt,
Work was begun In the Cathedral of
St John the Divine on the Illshop Pot
ter memorial pulpit, erected by Mrs. Rus
sell Sage. The new pulpit, to be the
roost elaborate In America, Is to stand
west of the chancel arch on the Epistle
side of ths sanctuary, giving space bs
tween It and ths arch for ths choir to go
in procession. It It expected ths mimo
rlal will bs In ptaoa within a ftw wssks.
TWO NEW RECTORS GREETED.
Ml. I.nkr's, Manhattan, and .
Clary's, .1, l Welcome Prlrsla.
Two Catholic churches welcomed new
lectorH yesterday. Ono was St. Luke's
In Kast 13sth street, where the Rev.
John J. Hoyle, tho founder of the parish,
recently died. The new rector Is Mgr.
D. J. McMnckln. who comes from St.
Mary's, Htalcn Island. Ills Immediate
task will be the completion of a hand
some new edifice for St. Luke's, at a
cost of $100,000. Father McMnckJn was
reared In St. Gabriel's parish on the
Hast Side, and was at one time at
tached to the Cathedral staff. Ho wns
then secretary to Cardinal Farley, Ho
was made a monslgtior on the occasion
of his visit to Rome with the Cardinal
The other new rector taking up his
work yesterday Is the Rev. Dr. John
R. Mahoney, who comes from St.
Joseph's Seminary at Dunwoodle. and
becomes rector of St. Mary's at Rose
bank. Staten Island.
THRONGS ON BEACH
After the Bnthinp Hour Sun
day Crowd Hears Hawaiian
Music at Casino.
Nauraoansktt Ther. R. I., July 2. The
bench was crowded at the bathing hour
this morning, Not all, however, entered
the urf, many groups remaining on ths
sands to enjoy the brecics which swept
In from the ocean.
Mr. nnd Mrs. David 8. Baker, Jr.. of
New Vork, with Mrs. Hakcr's sister, Miss
Huth llaker of Providence, and Casper
Hush of Camilnn. S. C, formed one of
the groups. In another were Mr. nnd ;
u .,, . - ..i,,. i
...r. .unman mm o. " '-; " : I
rre nere ror ine season wiin .tire, hium
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hitch
After Ihe bathlne hour many sought
the Casino to listen to Hawaiian music
by a Hawntlnn band and to music by
the orchestra, incidentally enjoying
luncheon on tho Casino terrace.
Mrs. John H. Hanan, who came over
from Newport, entertained a party of
young people at luncheon on the ter
race, and Mrs. Clarence Gray Dlnsmoro
oi New York, who Is staying at the
Malhewson, Joined friends nt the Casino
Mrs. Irving H. Chase of Waterbury
and the Narraganett villa colony also
entertained at luncheon.
Season registrations at the Casino to-
ld.it - were Mr ami Mrs. Walter J. Com-
stock, Miss Mary K. Comstcck, Mr and
Mrs. Leon Samuels. Miss Clare J. Sam-
uele. Providence, It. 1.
Mr and Mrs. Russell A. Clnpn. Mr.
t(... T , .n.l l!,t.ii.tt A.
. nun im. i, v. I ni m l n,i , t ...
Amer-'ciapp, Jr., nf New Yolk were members
, uf an auto party stopping for lunch nt
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Do nil Lambert
of .-ft. Louis gave a dinner at Sagamore
In the ballroom of the Malhewson to
night a concert by the orchestra at
tracted ninny visitors from nearby hotels.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dent of New
ork arrived at the Mathewron to-day
for the season, touring by way of New
Mrs. . s. Hlackwell of St. I-ouis nas
Joined her cousin, Mrs. J. J. Lawrence or
New York, nt the Mathewson.
Mrs J. P. AlmV of Philadelphia. Who
Is spending the season at the Massasolt,
has departed for Cumberland, It. I., to
.spend the Fourth with her son-ln-law
lather. Senator Henry F. Llppltt.
Mrs. C II. Roberts of Philadelphia Is
at the Massasolt for the season.
TUXEDO COLONISTS TO
HAVE A LIVELY FOURTH
Field (laines, Firemen's Pa
rade and Fireworks Ar
ranged Dinner Parties.
Tuxkpo. N. Y.. July 2. Tuxedo wilt
have a lively Fourth. Nearly all of
1 those who came yesterday to take part
' ,n ,he, wk Rn.etle at the club-
house nnd to attend the racing nl
Goshen are remaining over for tho holi
days. The committee on sports hss arranged
a special programme of amusement for
the day, consisting of all kinds of field
games, with an Inspection and parade of
the local firemen and their apparatus
j hy the Tuxedo colonists, followed by a
display of flreworKS on me iaa at nignt.
Nearly nil of the cottagera have Invited
guests and there will be numerous house
parties and dinners.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Henry Morgan Ttlford
will entertain to-morrow afternoon at
Woodland wltn a muslcale and garden
Mr and Mis. Forsyth Wlckes. Mr.
and Mrs. J. Frederick Tarns, Mr and
Mrs, M. G. Barnwell. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Grenvllle Kane, Mrs. Henry P. Loomls,
aire, imuries ... v.oiei, .mt. unu -urn.
Louis M. Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. David
Was.taff will entertain at the r res -
dences over the week end
Members of the Tuxedo Horse Show
Association entertained the Tuxedoltes
nt Goshen yesterday. There was a spe
cial train of six coaches chartered to
run up and back for them and a special
racing piogrnmme arranged for the day
under the supervision of Pierre Lorll
lard, Jr. Tho racing was the best wit
nessed this season. Mr and Mrs. Mac
Coxe n ro at their rummer place nt
Southfleld for the season nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Pitman are In the Price
Mra. Charles F. Swan will arrive next
week for the summer.
Among other arrivals to-day were Mr,
lovd DerlV M TC1
nson William Ml Williams'
inson. vvillinm I . "iniiims,
and Mrs. Li
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Treadvvell, James W
Yates. Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy M Hurrlll
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Iselln, Mr. and Mrs.
John Riddle. Albert Gould Jennings,
Frederic .lewett Dieter. Mr and Mrs. A
Stewart Walker. IHard N. Taller. Mal
colm D. Whitman, Newell W, Tllton,
M. Maurice Caaenave and Gallatin Pell.
TO SHOW U. S. BOYS AT'FRONT.
Movies of F.iiropettn Wnr Scenes for
"Our American Hos In Iho European
War" will be dlHplai'd for the llrst
time at n private Mini exhibition In the
grand ballroom of Hie Hotel Majestic
on Wednesday afternoon at .1 ;30 o'clock.
The receipts will be given to the Amer
ican Ambulance Fund. An nddress will
be made by Itohcit Bacon, ex-Ambassador
to France, who win H'eak of the
conditions under which the Amerlcuns
work on the nrlng line.
Ex-President Roosevelt will bn the
guest of honor, and among the hostesses
will be Mrs. August Belmont, Mrs.
Myron T. Heirlik, Mts. Junius S. Mm
an, Mrs. Whltelaw Reld. Mrs. Herbert
L. flatterlee, Mrs. Wlllard D. Straight,
Mrs. Bayard Thayer, Mra. Harry Payne
Whltnty avtul Mrs. J. Wlrlltm mite.
Two Dances fllven at Meadow
Club Many Enjoy Tdeal
Weather In Surf.
RIFLES ATTEND SERVICES
Southampton, K. T., July 3. Ths
Ideal weather here to-day was enjoyed
by tho crowd of wek end visitors. Many
persons were In the surf, while hundreds
of spectators on the beach watched the
The first of the Saturday night dances
at the Meadow Club last night was
largely attended. There was also an In
formal dance at the club's tea house on
the Dunes, preceded by numerous din
ners. Mrs. Robert Waller, who has returned
to Southampton after an absence of three
years, has opened her cottage on Lake
Aawa,m. Mrs. C. C. Cuyler arrived last
night to pass Sunday with her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. J. Cooper Lord, who Is here
for a few weeks with her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Trevor.
Quests at the Irving for over Inde
pendence Day Include Dr. and Mrs. W. I,
Fisher of Ilrongville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Roberts of Philadelphia. Mrs. A. II.
Jollnc and Miss M. Swan of Now York,
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Hes-sleln of Indiana.
A J. Taylor of London, M. F. Landls,
Theodore Sammls, Jr., II, M. Vanden
haugh of Richmond, Va. , F. J Qulmby,
A. C. McClellan, A. 1-orlng Swasey of
lloston, Mrs. Philip M. Price, Mr, and
Mrs. Duiean. S. Kllsworth. Miss Klls-
worm ami .miss icante of orange, J.
Among those passing tho summer at
lhr l-ateh. an annex to the Irving, are
Mr, and Mrs. W J. Morgan, Miss II. L.
Bobbins, Miss C K. Reynolds and Mrs.
Sheldon Tllvey, all" of New York; Mr.
and Mrs. George G. Smith of Saratoga
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kav
nnaugh and family of St. Oeorge, Staten
Island. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Norfleet and
Miss Ada Norfleet of Memphis, Mrs.
Rosa De Connlll of Havana, Mr, and
Mrs. II. W Katon and daughter, Mr.
and Mr. Wlllnnl F. Brown and her
mother, Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. William
Fleetman and son of New York.
The Meadow Club Is also tilled with
guests who remain over the Fourth, In
cluding Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Watson. Miss
M. C Marflng. Miss Antoinette Martin,
Mr and Mrs. IMward W. Humphreys,
Mr, and Mrs. . Hunter Brown and Mrs.
Charles T. Barney
An open air patriotic service was held
In the Garden Theatre this evening. The
Southampton Rifles and civil war vet
erans attended In a body. The service
was presided over by the Rev. Georgo
Jeffries Russell of the First Presbyterian
Mrs Kdward Twining, Jr.. Is with Mr
and Mrs. K. S. Twining at their cottage
on Great Plains road Mrs. Frederic P.
Humphreys is at Mrs. Oeorge Arant's
cottage for the summer. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sago arrived on Saturday from
Albany and are at their cottage on Ihe
Dunes. Mr. and Mrs, Howard C. Bro-
kaw are at the Grapevine for tho sum
Ei.irxnr.TH. N. J July !. Ml." Kllen
Elisabeth Lloyd, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur K. Lloyd, was married last
night to Henry Bray ton Saltonsall or 111
s'outh Broad street. The ceremony was
performed at the home of the bride's
parents by the Hev vvinneia scon user.
Miss Jennie Busch was the bridesmaid
and Robinson Ogden was the best man.
Ki.izahf.th , N J.. July I Miss
Blanche Gertrude Hopkins, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Thomas J Hopkins of
Jordan, Pa., was married last night to
Martin W L. Bnwlby of DT5 Wcattleld
avenue. The ceremony was performed
at tho home of the bride's parents by the
Rev Hsrrv L. Itowlby of East Orange,
a brother of the bridegroom.
TOURISTS BY. AUTOMOBILE.
Coorur.sTowN, July 2. Automohile ar
rivals at the Otsego to-day Included H. F
Snlnnev. Frank C. Spinney. Lynn. Mass
(Steurnsl: Mrs. N. T Shields. New
York. Mrs. S. I. Brown. Stamford; N T
Shields. Jr.. New York (Studebaker) .
Mr. ami Mrs. W. C. Greenwood. Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Mabey. New York (Cadillac) ;
Frank Miller, Oneonta (Hudson) , Mr.
and .Mrs. Fred IVattee. L'tlca (Chan
dler) ; L. W DeSllvn, Stamford, Miss
Florence Cook, Oneonta (Stearns) , Mrs.
Dewltt Conger, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J. Con
ger, Watervllle, N. Y ; Miss Antoinette
Blgelow, Boulder, col., liaymonu rrana.
i .,-.,... imi . nnniei i-.. I'omrer.
i vatorvIHe. N. V (Pierce Arrow) ; Mr.
I Hm yr!, Joseph X Goorls, Howard E.
I. ,.,i I.--.. -1. r amlih Vaw Vnrli
r-p.iuiniiiK, ..am '. .....
(Locomobile) ; Mr and Mrs. W. E. Day,
Miss allien. White Plains ; Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Dolan, Mrs. Jack Dolan (Hudson) :
Mrs. J. E. Pye, New York , Mrs. D. E.
Owens. Brooklyn . the Rev. E. A. Riley,
Stamford (Cole), Mr. nnd Mrs, II. O.
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Curtis,
II Gould Curtis, Newtown. Conn. (Cadll
lae) ; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hare, New
Britain; Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Bildwln.
Hartford, Conn. (Oakland) ; Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Klnsey, Chicago, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Albert Klnsey. the Misses Klnsey.
Buffalo, N. V (Cadillac) : Mr. and Mrs.
C S. l olsom, Miss l.mnieu, .ew jorn;
- -, ,. t a..rr.mi. v r
' Mr. a'l Mrs. G 1 Lange, Summit, N. J
WaTKiNH. N. Y.. July 2. Motor ar
rivals nt the Glen Sprtngs Include: Mr.
and Mrs. .1. D. Cox, Cleveland, Ohio
(Packard) ; Mr. and Mrs. Julius W. Bird,
Samuel D. Bird, Wilmington, Del.
(Franklin) , Dr. Arthur K. Genius, Mrs.
Genius, Miss Genius. Chicago (Mitchell) ,
Mr. and Mrs. J S. Montgomery, Cleve
land. Ohio (Hudson); Mr. and Mrs.
Henry A. Taylor, Miss Taylor, Phillips
Tavlor, Kenneth Day, Cleveland, Ohio
twinlon): Mrs. Julius II. Haase, Miss
Haase, Detroit (Packard) ; Xlr. and Mrs.
Julius Wile. Mr. and Mrs. William B.
let. Rochester; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E
Niagara Falls ( Pierce
Arrow) ; Mr, and Mrs. William H. Lyons,
I Miss Addlngtnn. Buffalo (Pierce Arrow) ;
" K' ''' Tourtellott. Mrs J.
Tourtellotte, New York ( Packard) . Mrs.
i .,. vPw York: Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dugro, New York; Mr. and Mrs,
II, H. Montgomery. Buffalo (Peerless),
WATMtmmv, Conn.. July ?, Motor ar
rivals at tho Hotel Elton yesterday over
the Ideal tour Included Mrs William
Wrlglry, Mrs, A. W Price. Mrs. A.
Scatchard, C II. Go. ton, Philadelphia
i Packard); Mrs C. C. Orls-wnld, the
Misses Orlswold. Mis.' I-oulsn Kimball.
New York (Pierce); Mr. nnd Mrs. Al
tert Saxe. Miss Klla Saxe. New York
'Bulck) ; Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Baln
hrldge, Mlrs Balnbrldge, Miss Harris,
Brooklyn (Cadillac); Mr. and Mrs, C.
D, Suedeker. Peith Amboy, N. J, (Pack
iird) , Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Sawyer, New
York llMircn) ; Count and Countess Pip
pin, Mis, McMartln, Miss Vlda Parker.
,1, vv I'orrigan. .-vow una irirri-i;
Mr and Mrs. G. 1-7. Wetherton, Pittsburg
(Packard) ; Mr. and Mrs. Rowell KYnns,
Miss Anita Evans, Philadelphia (Bulck) ;
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Ktherlngton, Miss
Elizabeth Ktherlngton, Mrs. II. L. Jones,
East Orange, N. J. (Mercer); Mr. and
Mrs. G Frey, F. Frey, New York
(Pierce): Mr ami Mrs, Rolln Wilbur,
Philadelphia (Cadillac): Mr, and Mrs.
Joseph Purcell, Philadelphia (Pierce);
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Bcaman, Mrs. W.
Skelton, Miss Mabel Smith, Mr, and
Mrs, William Wales, Boston (Bulck);
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Hamilton. Flushing,
N. T. (Pierce) ; Mr. and Mrs. W. Downs,
Olen Cove, N. T. (Packard).
JUSTICE SCUDDER ILL.
Overworked and Ordered to Take a
Supreme Court Justice Townsend
Scudder In 111 at his home In Glen
Head, L. I., as a result of overwork
at the recent term In the Queens Court,
Long Island City, and has been ordered
by his physician to take a long rest.
Although much exhausted he remained
at work until the last case marked
"ready" on the calendar had been dis
posed of. He was also depressed over
the death of Walter McClulre, who had
long been his trusted attendant.
GARDEN STILL BOOKING DATES.
Arranarlna for Ten Months Ahead
Despite Financial Troubles.
In spite of Its financial troubles Madi
son Square Garden Is still booking dates,
according to an announcement made by
Harry A. Cochrane, producing manager.
He said he Is booking dates ten months
ahead, notwithstanding the foreclosure
proceedings nnd the appointment of Kd
ward K. McCall as receiver, and that
the future of the Garden will be more
satisfactory than Its past.
IN SURF BATHING
Automobile Parklnsr Places
Killed and Many Oay Col
ored Suits Seen.
Xkwiiwt, July 2. Though there wns
quite a hreeie to-day and the water w.n
far from warm, n large number ot the
summer residents and their Fourth of
July guests took a dip In the surf nt both
Bailey s and Hazard s beaches. During
the noon hour the automobl'e parking
spaces outside of both beaches were
crowded and on tho beaches there were
many gay colored bathing suits to be
There was also a crush at liie Casino
this morning prior to the bathing hour
and most of the crowd rushed to the
beaches a little later.
Charles Bvrwlnd Is the guest nf his
brother, Kdward J. Herwlnd, nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Oelrlchs are here to 1
spend the Fourth with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. IMward S. Itawson, who
sold their Newpott estate Inst year, are
at the MlH'Iirhlnger King.
Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Noyes and
Mr, and Mrs. George F. Pierce of Buffalo t
nave registered at the Hill Top. i
Mrs. William DWtnn of Philadelphia
has a hoUKe parly over the Fourth.
It was learned to-day that Gov Whit
man will be unable to spend the Fourth
In Newport 'with his family
Mrs. Burke Roche gave n luncheon ati
Elmcourt to-d.iy and Mrs. Lewis Qucntln
Jones also gave a luncheon for Mr. nnd
Mrs Oustnv J S. White
Mrs. Woodbury Blair has relumed to
Washington after Inspecting the Im
provements at her summer home.
Mrs. J. Borden Harrlman Is raising a
fund of $1.2nn for the equipping of a
hospital at Brownsville. Tex.
George L. Ittves, who Is 111 at his
summer home, was reported to-day as
being In about the same condition.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward C Potter. Jr
afe the guests of Mrs Edw.itd C Pone-
Henry Walters returned from New
York to-day on the Narnda.
Mr. Hamilton W. Cary was a lunch
eon hostess to-day In honor of Mrs.
Miss Julia Herwlnd I" able to be out
again after suffering from a sprained
ankle as tile tesult of a fall at the New
port Golf Club.
Mr and Mrs. c 11 flii'sell are here
for tho Fourth
Miss Marie He Barlll has arrived a- j
the Muenchitiger King Miss Lota Hub-1
Inson Is nl"i there.
TABLET TO MAHAN UNVEILED.
In Eilaefiinl Chnpel
In the summer Chapel of the Atone.
men, at oge. I.. I. there was u. th ) .h" -veiled
nnd blessed .vesterd.iy a brass unsound llinry S Pntihett, pre-ldeni ,
tablet In memory of the late Bear Ad- of the foundation, made puhli.' ester- '
mlral Alfred Thayer Mahaii. tho great ! dn.N:, " P'jmphli't vxpl.Un'.ng the mutt-r
authority on sea power nnd for many
years an active Episcopal l.ivman,
riie'tahlet was erected by friends and
fellow worshippers In Ihe Atonement
summer comnegatlon, nnd was mad,- hv
Oelssler. It Is 24 hv .12 Inches and all
the lettering was chiselled bv hand out
of olul metal
MOVEMENTS OF YACHTS.
Conn, July I The
team vacht Vlklns. Commodore George
F. Baker. New York Yacht Club, arrived
from New .rk late last night nnd left
for Woods Hole this morning nnd Is
scheduled to return to New York to-
night. Other arrivals are the steam
yacnts cypres, u. i;. jiu-ming, -ew .administration.
York Ynrht Club, and the Irene. A. P. ' This plan will be extended to a larger
Lasher. Atlantic Yacht Club, from New, "Umber of Institutions. Under It will be
. ,, , .... ., formed an Insurance compan. which
York en route lo llaiicocl; Point. Mm., , ,, reKuatcd by the Statu Banking
the schooner yacht Mavis, Samuel T nm, injurapc,, depnt tiiienP-, and the
Hubbard, and the auxiliary schooner teachers will participate In lis dlrec
yachts Iris, Vernon . Brown and the ,)mli Each contributor vv III have a ron
Windward. Messrs. Georgo Bullock amHirt K,mranteelng ilellnlte benefits.
Chatlfs K Beekinan, and Ihe power; . .
vachts Indian. Joseph Van Vleck, and
Wlwoka. Clarence E. Burke, all Now MRS. SAGE GIVES $100,000.
York Yacht Club, nnd the power yacht
";,,e' ,,, . Glrla llortiiilor.t at l.nn retire Col-
Tli. aiixlllirv schooner vachts Kn-
toura. Hubert E. Tod, and Ihe Invader,
Henry hlton. and the power yaents
Shrewsbury. I H. McCartcr. and the
Cynthia HI. .Merrill n. anus, an
Yotk Yacht Club, nnd the steam yacht
Halcyon have left
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Illlx-farlton Mr and tr
rt Ramsey. London. I.ee
C roddlngtnn, Charlotte,
A Folger and '
Manhattan J H Thorpe, rener
London; jonn r
'V"er7er.''and Ml.. IJunoV'peteV:.
Slralford rielna A nlosftt. Jr. Wa.h-
Instnn. Theodore and William Pivvle, Phil
adelphia Imperial--V 1 Bee, "i-henectadv, V .
Mr and Jim. H II. Whipple. Hamilton,
Netherlnnd Mr and Mr S l Wood.
Sail Lake rilv Mr and Mr. W rj F.l
llott. New Haven
Illltmore A. Pncan Collins. Palla.. E
VV. Ilatih, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs C H
tlrlfrln. Sail Lake city
Murray Hill- C Hettinger. Milwaukee, I
fi Evans iiunnaro, i-nuanripnia ; m. i,
McNttlr, Bridgeport, Conn
Marl" Antoinette Mr and Mra I.. A.
Punran, I'hllodelphl i . Mr and Mr.. B. n.
Ilralnard, New Brunswli-k
Hre.lln i- W Chiturtoii, Philadelphia!
II. K Olaon, Hartford. Char'ea A Onh.
lietrnlt. J .1 llurke, Chicago
Waldorf-Aalorla- A I'. ronnldnn, mi
tlmor: Mr. an.l Mrs W (! Mnnerlefr Huf.
fain, Mr an.l Mri (' (1 Merrill, Cleveland,
Wolcott- llrnvton llyrnn and Mrs W O
Byron, South Bethlehem .1 ii. Bennett,
Chlraio; Mr. and Mra. 1.. M Eleven., Phil,
McAlpIn Mr and Mrs. William La
Jlnhn, Am.terdKin! Mr and Mrs A f
Behoen, Atlanta : Mr and Mrs K II Smlih,
Grand John J Collins, Itnche.trr, Wll
lism Jnhn.on, Hartford, It, .1. Tuchar,
nichmond, Mr and Mr. J. Morion, Al
bany Park Avenue J V Prlnlon. Philadel
phia; C. A ll.uhnur, Roehfsler, N V i Mr
and Mra, J A Townsend, Militate, (Jrent
Karr, I-o Ansele.
Clarldie Mr and Mr. r.arl n Miller,
Chicago; F, F. Stolberr. Jr, Am.terdam
Holland; Ml Lulu rtotdn.on, Buffalo; Mr,
and Mr.. K B. Pobert.. no. ton.
FILM STARS AMUSE
Lodtre Is Frequently I'sed as
Stajre Settlnjr for the Lat
est Screen Thrillers.
BniAiict.ifr Manor, N. Y., July 2.
Watching the filming of moving picture
plays Is becoming one of the fixed
diversions with guests at the Hrlarcllff
Lodge. Scarcely a week passes without
the lodge being used ns a setting for
some scene. During the week the Vita
graph company has been at ths lodge
taking scenes of the serial "A Scarlet
Mrs. John A. McCarmlckand family
.f Chicago have arrived at the lodge for
the summer. Mrs. .1. Stuart Whlto Is
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. A. S. March
of S'outh Orange, N, J.
Mrs. Lincoln Godfrey with her guests,
the Misses Wntklns, en route from Phila
delphia to Bar Harbor, are breaking the
Journey, staying over the holiday at
HrlarclllT. Mr, and Mrs. F, W. Anness
of New York are nt Ihe lodge for their
usual summer stay.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sherman and
William A. Fox of Watcrtown, N, Y.,
are nt the todga for the summer, coming
on their cruising yacht to Scarboro. Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Munos and Miss Wini
fred Tale have left for Whlttler Cottage,
Sea Gate, N. Y,
Mrs. John P. Duncan and Mls Dun
can have gone to Prjllle House. N. H.
Mrs. J. Lindsay Russell and Mrs. J. A.
Davis have, left for Lenox, Mass. Dr.
and Mrs. J Benlley Squire and family
have gone to Yellowstone. Park and will
return to BtlarcllfT In the early autumn.
Mr, and Mrs. .Ldwiiid L. Chcyncy of
Cleveland are at Brlnrcllff Lodge for a
week. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tllden of
New York are 'he guests of Mrs. J,
Mr' and Mrs. John C. Coming and
M C Mnstli k of New Vork liavu
i Jollied the all summer colony at Briar-
clirr Lodge, us have Mrs. Hall Abhelt
and sons. Mr. and Mrs Henry W. Kalt
and Miss .Margaret Kalt, Mr. and Mrs.
F. II. .Moore. Mr. and Mis. J. A. Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A Tlu-ilford. Mr. and
Mrs. W I;. Hupreiht, Mr. and Mrs
Charles E. Il.iti.siin .mil -Miss B.itesou,
New Vork, Mr. and .Mis William B.
Oliver and Miss timothy Gotz of Balti
more, Dr. and .Mrs. M. F. Dclorne of
Mrs. Hull Abbett has as her guest
Miss Helen T.ift .Mr. and .Mrs J lie-
of Providence are here for ten days.
Mrs. It A Maeready and the Misses
Mncread) are guests of Mrs. Edwaid
Mr and Mrs. William It ltuer Miss
Dorothy Itussell and Randolph Rus
sell are nt HrlarolitT for the holiday
Other arrivals are 11 P Heinmingfnrd
of Detroit, Mrs, Charles C Adslt, I'harles
i' Adslt Jr. of Chicago, and Mr. and
Mis. A. C Murphy of New Vork.
FINDS PLAN UNSOUND
System for Pensioning Teach
ers to He Ohanircd and
. ...... ,
The Carnegie Inundation f..r the Ad-
vancement of Teaching, through which
Andrew Carnegie has been piovlding
pensions under cettjln circumstances to ,
, imiefcu priuceMrs, lias iiecioeii in aii.iu i
. d .n ltn Present svstein and .idotit a new I
The old plan, the pumplili t says, W i
considered nv ill ible only for a limited'
' m"n,,, r ,,f unlverslile and colleges. It
''irais icarnrm going irmii iw himi-
,"tl',1" '" "",,,or , 1 h" pension his been
lihlue. pait of n lr.i.-hir nimpm-
":,Um " i'h-t.tute for Increased
; -i. I.,.., i uii'-i ii nun iiif-miiii-.il.- ii.,,.-
nen an use tor leiiriinent it provides
no pr.'toctlnn for Ihe teacher until hs '
i has served for twenty-live yi.ns
The new plan proposes a svstem nf in- .
surnnce until the teacher Is 6f, cars
"Id or more, nnd afler that an annuity
accumulated by contr.t.utions
i from the teacher and his Institution, The
, foundation will contribute prottctlon
i attains! disability, guarantee pensions for
widows, give a good rate of interest
1 (j'-j per cent l proposed) on .ill ac-
clmmlat,l)lls ,, ',,,'. aU expenses of
leaf He Named for Husband.
.i-i-i.kton. Wis.. July 2 President
5a'miiei ' Pliiut. of Laurence College an-,
to-day lh.it Mrs. P.usscll Sago,
f -Vev york timl given f-lOO.U'lo to the
collegr. Ihe largest donation ever us-
reived from one person. Tho money will .
be used fur a girls' dormitory to be
named Bin-sell Sao Hall, tills being the
only condition on whtch the money was
The gift Is intended as n memotlal lo
Mrs. Sage's husband Construction will
start nt once Lawrence College has
been In need of a girls' dormitory for
several years An effort was mado to
raise the money, hut only about half of
lit had been subscribed, when Mrs. Sage
ame to the rescue of tho board of true-
I,. Hrmhfleld'e .Memory Honored.
A double funeral ceremony was held
.vestoiday In memory of Louis llersh
field, father nf Isadoro llershtlold, direc
tor of the Hebrew Shelteilng and Imml
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The tlrst service was In Ihe uptown Tal-
mud Toiah In East 111th stieet and the 1
funeral college, comprising several au
tomobiles, drnva through iho East Sid"
to 2iD East Broadvvny, where the body
lay In stale for tin hour Several hun
dred persons passed by the bier The
burial was In Hie I'tilon Field Cornetcrj,
Cypress Hills. L 1.
Dciijnnilti M. Peck.
GiiKKNvv n il, Conn. .lul 2 - Benjamin
M, Peck full ilcnd from heart dlseaso
front of his home at Cos Cob. The body
if h s homo at Cos Cob. The body
nund by his little daughter Mr. I
was CI years old and had lived,
he greater part of his life. Ills
widow and daughter survive him
William Henry Srhaaf.
Hapkensack, July 2 William Mcnry
Schaiif. associated with his father,
William Sehaaf. in ths hay and grain
huslness here, died last night, aged ;
years. He was an expert marksman
of Company O, National Gusrd. He
leaves a widow and two small children.
DR. WOODWARD DEAD;
NOTED AS SPECIALIST
Passes Away at. 58.
Dr. Julius tlayden Woodward died
yesterday morning at his home, 200 West
Fifty-eighth street. He wns prominent
among eye, enr and throat specialists,
and wits director of Instruction In the
ophtlinlinologlciil department of the Post
Graduate Hospital medical school, lie
was SS years old.
Dr. Woodward was horn In Casllelon,
Vt., and was educated at Brandon. Vt
Norwich University, Cornell nnd the
College of Physicians Hnd Surgeons.
After studying In Berlin he was ap
pointed to the chair of materia medlca
in the University of Vermont. Other
professorships followed. He was presi
dent of the faculty of association of
the Post-Graduate Horpltnl medical
school. In Unit and 1909 ho wn presi
dent nf the Alumni Society of Uellevue
He was n member of tho New York
Academy of Medicine, thn Medical So
city of the County of New York, tha
Medical Society nf the Slate, the Amerl
can Medical Asorlatlon, the American
Academy of Opthnlmnlogy and Oto
laryngology, the Soclete Franchise d'Op
thnlmologle, the medical societies of Rut
land county, Vermont, and Ihe State of
Vermont, the New Vork Athletic Club,
the fnmpflrc Club and the Fencers Club,
He Is survived by his wife, Mary
Henry M, Lester,
Henry M. Lester Is dead In his home,
4 T. Pltitnrd avenue. New Roehelle. II
wns president of the National City Bank
and the Peoples Hank for Savings nf
New Roehelle and was president of tho
Huguenot Association of New Roehelle.
In connection with thn latter organiza
tion he had the eatato of Miss Ellsa
Moulton dug up In April, l!'l.'. In a
search for the foundations of the first
Huguenot church built In 1R, beneath
the chancel of which Ihe bonis of thres
of tin1 church's pastors were believed to
Mrs. Mnry Krlth l.entltt.
Mary Keith Le.ivlit. 5 tears old. wife,
of John Brooks Leavltt, died yesteiday
at her home. 1 Lexington avenue, aftir
an Illness of seven I weeks Sha was
bom near Lancaster. Pa. the daughter
of the llev Urines B. and Ju'.'.a IK.udl
not Ki Ith, her mother being- a Kt.ind.
niei'e of Ellas Bmidlnot, unit pf side-it
of Ihe Continental Congress .M nnd
Mt Leavltt were married In 179 Ms.
Leavltt was a former luembei of hs
School Board an.l t'-.'k an .ictlv pari
In the work of St Minks Epl.c3pal
Church. There Is one son, Richard
Brooks leavltt. The funeral will ba
Arthur Henry Irssller.
Arthur I lent. v Messiter, for tlurt.wine
years organist and choirmaster at
Trinity Church, died eterday In his
home, 2D Hamilton terrace. In his eighty
third .ve.ir Mr Meseller, who li.nl been
re'lred for several years, was born In
Etgland. He studied music at St.
Stephen's College, Ann.md.ile. N Y
where he received the honnraiy degree
nf doctor of music. In I ;i7 he published
a book on the history of the choir and
the music of Trinity Church. ,
Gnrr.swicii, Conn., July 2. Harris
Goldstein, RS years old, died suddenly In
his home hero to-dav Mr Goldstein,
who had suffeieil fioin diabetes, con-
' ducted a clothing store In Greenwich
i for nvre than twenty-live .vears Besides
1 w(low he Is siirvlv.d by four sons
,(m) ,)ree daughters
, ' j
31 A Ifll I El).
IMI.VPIN on Satiirdn) .Inly 1.
1 9 1 A, nt St Bernard's I'hiirrh, n'.
nr.lv Ille. N' .1 . hv ih llv Thomas
t'linover Man Meven rhipln diuch
i.r nl Mr .mil Mrs Charles M'rrlU
rimpin. lo shvnM Kri-rh
m,nfOM -.M Har.l.n 1.. 1. on
Mtunlnv Ju'.v 1 UW. Marv VV Din..
nm. wl'low "I i nan. vv n osaom, la
her r!nhiy-l,,iirih nt
HI.PNHKI.I. - A' M'endale. N J . On
Saturday, Jo y 1, lain, Wmum Ulun
dell. M. 1
Itelallvea and friend ar Invited In at
tend the funeral on Monday, July t,
from hl rtaldei.ee. v.: tllrnadway,
Paterann. N. I. "t :.Sn o'clock P. M.
Interment it convenience of fan.lly.
CADK Ai Arrnla. N J John T Cd.
a red ii venr. of Jluntlnxdon. K.naland.
Funeral ai bis residence. Areola, N. J.,
July 3, at :-.10 P M
F1M.AV - Klward II of SI9 Mnntroia
avenue, sou'h t tratipre, N' .1, on Bat
urdav. Jiilv 1. of heart failure.
Funeral from I'hurch of Our l.ady of
Borrow.. South Oranse, Monday morn
Inn at 10 o'clock II, I, A W train
from Twenty-third elreet, New York,
? 10 A. M
FISI1KH Charles Flhr Funeral services
at "Till: PPNK.HAI. I'lll'llCH 1 97"
Ilrnadway (Frank E Campbell Build
irsl N'otlre nf funeral hereafter Un
der au.plcea nf Artara Fund
At Washington, II P on
Saturday, July 1. PI'. John T
Funeral services at ft John's Churrh,
corner I'ussib- an.l l.afaette avenues,
PhksbIc. N J , on Wednesday. July ,
nt 'i P M Train I'avei Jersey City,
Rrle H It . at 1:15 P M
t.R.VVITT- tin Sunday nmrMnir. In her
tlftv. ninth sear. Man- Keith, wife of
John Brooks I.c.-iittt and diufthter of
the late Orines II and ,lu!U lloildtnot
The funeral service wl.l take plnra at hsr
home. No I l.ealnslon avenue, on Tues
day motnlng. Jul- 4th. at It 30 a m.
I. KSTIBt At Ne Hot-bell. N T July
t, I91f,, Henri M I.ester
Funeril servl-e at his leone. M I'lntard
av'nue. New lloi-helle, N V , on Mon
da), Julv S. I9H. on arrival of the
i 15 P VI train from the Grind Cen
tra! '-tattoo Internien' nt the con
ventenre of the fiiioilv Kindly omit
i MKSSITF.R -Arthur Barry Messlter,
.,. ., , , , ., . '
Hamilton lerraee, In his
elchtv. third ear
Notice of funeral Mier.
Ill'NK Suddenly, on Friday, June, Sa,
191. (leorge Sehaallan, beloved hue
hand of Ualell.i Hunk inn Sehlnaaeri.
at his summer home, Premium Point,
New llnphet'e, N V.
Funeral service, on Monday, ad Init , at'
P. M . at hi. iltv rr.nlence, 10 Wa.t
Sevenli-sevenlh .treet Interment
private Please h it flowers.
WOi.tltVAUn-nr. Julius ltavd.n dearly
'" " ' ' " ""I
l;"ov'1 husband of Mary Mad.IelnS
'T" , iT'1 "' wmn!n,n' .'""'
10 o'clock, at his horn., :oa Wat
Funeral .ervhea at St Patrick's Cathe
dral, Fifth avenue and Fiftieth meet.
Monday mnrnlns July J, at 11
o'clock Interment at Brandon, Vt.,
B'VayFRANK E. CAMPBELLw.V.d'Si