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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1916.
EIGHT NEW PLAYS
JkAdditlon Sit f Last Year's
Srodaotions Will Be Shown
BTAR BILLS AT MOVIES
twenty; TJ, B. 0. and Keith
Employees at Border With
Eight nw play r monr the offer
tng which Cohan and Hairti will pre
sent during tha comlnr theatrical aea
on, according to an announcement made
laat night. In addition to this, lx of
tha playa, which were aeen In New York
latt year, will ba produced In othr
parte of the country. The lint of new
Playa ! aa followa i
"Irene O'Dare," a comedy by James
Montgomery, which will be presented for
tha flrat time at the Stamford Theatre,
Stamford, Conn., on Monday night, Au
gust T, with this cast: Wlltette Ker
haw, Adete Holland, Annie Mack-Ber-teln,
Isabella O'Madlgan, Mae Hopkins,
Uly May Stafford, Edith Speare, Harriet
Rose, Adelaide Hastings, Allan Dlnne
hart, Gardner Crane, Clarke Bltvernall,
Cameron Matthews and Edward Mack.
Tha data of the New Tork opening has
not yet been aettled.
"The Moral Coda," a new play by
Cyril Harcourt, author of "A Pair of
Oreen Stockings and others, the first
production of which will be made at the
Broadway Theatre, Long Branch, N. J.,
on August IT. The principal roles will
be aaaumed by Olive Tell, Dorle Sawyer,
Frank Kemble Cooper, T. Wlgney Per
cyval, one of the authors of "Orumpy";
Vemon Steele, Richie Ling and P. O.
"The Cohsn Revue, 191." another edi
tion of the musical extravaganza of last
season, which will begin Its New York
engagement on Christmas night. Other
playa announced for production nre
"Speed Up," a farce by Owen Davie;
"The Road to Destiny,'' by Cliannlng
Pollock, suggested by O. Henry's story,
"Roada to Destiny" : Chauncey Olcott
In a new piece by (ieorge M. Cohan :
"Burled Treasure." a "comedy of ro
mance and adventure," by Rlda Johnron
Young; "I Love the Ladles," by Emlte
Nyltray and John Richards, and others
to be announced later.
Those plays which will continue "on
the road" Include "The Cohan Revue,
1916," which begins Its first out of town
engagement In Atlantic City August 14
and will then no to Chicago with the
mlginal cast; Leo DltrUliNteln In "The
Orent Lover," who will tarry a time at
the Candler Theatre beginning Labor
Diy, before starting on his travels:
(Jorge M IV.hm'x American farce
Mimed v "Hlt-the-Trall IIulllda." with
Fred Nlldo, opening at Atlantic City on
August S"i and proceedlnc from theie
to the Park Square Theatre. Boston:
Max Martin's drama. "The House of
mass," with Mary ltyon In her original
..l- ..I.I..I. ..'Ml - . .......I..!.
' i v . omen ill iipcii ;ii cur itui iiiii i
Theatre. PlilladMidt -i, fir an Indefinite
run beginning Monday, September ,
, - uni)'., :ni-, iiii.i.- uviii i hum vi "
present "It Pn.s to Advertise'' In the
minor ltir in all reetlnns of the coun
try 'in La lv r Day Onhm Harris's
W nx npern House will open with .X. H.
Woods, s pr.ductlun of "Common Clay."
Mo' on pirture enthusiasts are enjoy.
Iiik a T'll nt the Strand Theatre this
fei, for Mary Plckford I exhibiting
heiclf in a Dutcli play celled "Hulda
rrom tn.iann i ms pnoio piay nun
lt flrr showing yesterday and met with
nn "Xticnelv warm rer-eptinn. In sup-
..ri nt M-. TVetrfnrrt nrn Vr.mtt Ins.
V , ' , ,, .. , '
Minn (tovers nuu iviifim.ii naa.ru. lilt-
topical review, wnicn is always popuiariami Mrs
here. Includes a realistic picture of a
Herman Zeppelin In the net of making a
raid on London. There are otlier Inter
acting features, Including music by the
Strand orchestra nnd soloists.
Theda Hara Is the star of the prin
cipal plctuio shown this week at Will
iam Fox's Academy of Music and other
playhouses. Khc Is seen In "Under Two
Flags." ndapted for tiie camera from
Ould's novel of the same name. Ah
Cigarette, daughter of a French army
officer In Algeria, MIsh P.ara has an op
portunity for displaying much of tho
emotional art for which she Is noted.
In the supporting company are Herbert
Hcyes, Stuart Holmes, Stanhope Wheat
croft, Joseph Crehan, Charles Craig and
Resale Borrlscale, Louise Glaum and
Charles Itay all unite in making the
photo play "Home." at the Hlalto The
atre, an "all star" affair. Dr. Leonard
B Sugden'a second instalment of North
ern pictures called "The Lure of
Alaska" Is also a foature of the toplcil
review part of the programme. Ucner
nus, too. Is the musical offering of the
Marie Doro is the heroine of "Com
mon Ground" at the Broadway Theatre.
Both Thomas H. Ince's spectacle "Clv
llliatlon" nt the Criterion Theatre and
Audrey Munson In "Purity" at the Lib
erty continue on their respective ways
with unabated popularity.
Krneit Bloch, composer of an opera
bafcivj on Shakespeare's "Macbeth." has
Just arrived In New York. He said he
hoped his opera would be produced In
this city. Its first performance was at
the Opera Comlque In Paris two years
He told a story 'about the French au
thorities prohibiting him from bringing
certain documents to tho United Stulea
because thev were written on flerman
paper. A letter written to him by llo
main Holland, the author of "Jean
Chrlstophe" and other works, seemed,
however, to act as a sort of charm for
the composer, he said, and It solved
many of hla difficulties.
Mr. Bloch's purpose here Is to take
charge of an orchestra which will ac
company Maud Allan on a transconti
nental dancing tour this fall. He re
ported that MUs Allan has entirely re
covered from her recent Illness and ex
pects to sail from London In October.
Twenty employees of the B. F. Keith
vaudeville circuit and the United Book
ing Office are on duty on the Mexican
frontier with the National Guard. Be
ides carrying these soldiers on the pay
rolls a group of their employees, headed
by A. Paul Keith and E. K. Albee, have
purchased a motor truck and forwarded
It to Capt. Ray F. Hodgdon of the Seventy-first
Iteglment at McAllen, Tex.
Capt. Hodgdon Is a son of H. K. Hodg
don. booking manager of the United
Laura Hamilton will Join the cast of
"Verv Good Eddie" at the Casino The
atre "to-night, appearing In the role for
merly assumed by Anna Orr. who Is en
joying a vacation. Later Miss Hamil
ton will ba seen In "Go to It."
Conrad Nsgel. who played Youth In
Bxparlsnca" when tha play waa on
tour; has been reengaged by Elliott.
Comitock (Jest to continue In the same
wVflratperformance of Rlchard'Wal
UnTW? new pl.y, "The Flame-will
ti gHvea at tha Lyrlo Theatre Thure-
Little Suggestion of Tfew Eng
land Sunday in Actlvi
ties at Pier.
Namuoansitt Tim, R. I Julr
This waa Narraganaett'g gala day and
there waa little suggestion In It of a
New England Sunday save the ringing
of church bell at morning and evening.
At St Peter's by tha Sea a large con
gregation assembled to listen to a ser
mon by the Very Rev. W. M. Orosvenor,
dean of the Cathedral of St. John tha
Divine, New York, who la here as the
guest of Miss Sally Baldwin of Balti
more. Dr. A. J. Harpln of Worcester,
barytone soloist at the Mathewson, sang
The largest crowd of the season was
at the beach this morning. The low
tide left a vast stretch of beach as
smooth as a board and hundreds prome
naded or sat In groups In beach chairs.
The bathing pavilion was thronged with
onlookers, among; them helm: Mrs. Rus
sell (J. Colt (Ethel Harrymore), looking
stunning In an old rose blouse and
skirt of Jersey with corsage of gardenias
ana a large black hat. Later Mr, and
Mrs. Colt lunched nt the Casino with
Marie Cahlll, the actress.
Mrs. C. Oray Dlnamore of New York
had at luncheon at the Casino Mrs. tlor
don Willis of New York and the Misses
Elisabeth and Fannie Slnnlckson of
Philadelphia. Others entertaining lunch
eon parties at the Casino were Mrs.
John H. Hanan, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Dewltt. Mrs. Charlee H. Dillingham,
Malcolm Stevenson, New York; Mrs.
Harold Knowlton, Mrs. Arthur B. Lisle,
Mrs. Henry Pearce, Jr., Providence.
Thomas F. t. McDonnell of Providence
and Narragansett was host at an old
fashioned clam dinner at Chomoauake
Lodge, a dozen miles from the Pier, this
afternoon. It was a stag affair and
forty representative Rhode Island men
went to the bake In, automobiles from
their summer homes.
.T. K. Roosevelt and Miss J. S. Roose
velt, who have been staying at the Olad
stone, left to-day for an automobile trip
to uape cod.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Colt, who
are at the Imperial, will go to-morrow
to Bristol, R. I., to Join Mr. Colt's
mother, Mrs, S. P. Colt.
Mrs. Samuel Bell and Miss Florence
Bell of Philadelphia have arrived nt the
Massasolt, jolrilsf there Mrs. C. II. Rob
erts and Mrs. J. p. Almy of Phlladcl
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
NKW LONDON'. Conn. July 3n Arrl
ala at the Mohican II. te! New Loudon
by a'ltomoblie- Ir. .1 I. Arinlst.ad. Mis.
Helen A. Levels. l. nchburg, V.i (Pierre
Arrow i. n i', Miedd and sun, W Sliedd.
.Mr. and Mrs. John o'Nel.l and child. Wol
lastnn. Ma", d'a. lord i Mr and Mm.
.lohn E Clnre. New- York (Huliki. Ir
Frank Van Klet .ind parte. New York
( Hudson I: Mr. It II spurenn. llronklvn
UMpei. .Mr. and Mr T .1. Ilanlrnn. Hart
ford (llulrki. .Mr. nnil Mrs. S. Krothlnit
ham. Lenox, Mux (llaenesi Mr. and Mrs.
K M Kennedr. New York cltu.lsoni, Mr
and Mi i:. i:, LnilirldK. Siirlnitileld; Mr
and Mrs I" 11. lirown. SprlnencM (Sieven.
liurjeai. Mr and Mm, v 11 Knapp
llrouklyn (Sten-ns)- M- ant Mn .1. II
MorKati. lla-;ror.l (Pori.i Mr and Mrs
i:. A. Thlbaut, SVr ork ( Packard i . Mr
.1 i:. Simpson. Mr and Mr. 1'. W linn em.
iiartrnra u .uniiaci ; Mrs diaries w
IIUdKett Hroolctlne (Mercm Mr and Mrs
I. II . ', Mr. anil Mr- II. 51 llflnn
.lr Newark. N .1 Mr and Mr J A
Down". New York (S'uJelnkeri . Mr and
Mr.. .1. II, Wlideeker. New York (llasn-si:
ml.,c'K;Vrvv,i i.i "rn'e tV-c
Mrs. 'o.'t ' Decker. Mr' and'
lohn F Konln'on and partt. ll.iltlmnre
I rank I-rn-
ow i , Mr and
Mrs. A i:
Itelnthal. New York (Pirkardl. Mr. and
.Mr .1. F (VNei:, St Louis M'aikanli: Mr
and Mr It. Todd. iire.Mi I'di. ronn
i.ifvetni. Mr and Mr. It " n.lonnli.s
l'daalc illuliki. Mr. aid Mr K i; winit
and family. H.nion iMannnni. Mr and
Mr .Inhn F (IHvlii. Mr and Mrt lohn I
(lalvpi. New Yorlt K'udlMafi. Mr and M-
S A Wile. New York ( Hut kl I)r nd.Mre
V V l'nHI. Ilrni.kllne. Mam (Panel, Ilr
and Mm, K n Itodrrlck, Mrs Weaver, Mr
and Mrs. T. II. KI-ord, Wllkiebarre Pa
illuliki. Mrv II It riipp. Duxburv,
Mann, (Stearns) ; (Jenrre Fullerton Kvans.
snnt Rarbara (Steam.)' Mr nnd .Mm W
J lt.Vllir.m, cIiImko ((ildnmnhllei Mr
imagers, iut, m.i mincer
I ',U"-K.' . 1 "oouriin nn,
ll.iv 1. 1
Plttmeld return. Frank A Mun.
New York ( MerCfilful . Mr
Hinckmun, Mli Purls
lllncltman ( lliiilnon I , Mr. and Mr, J K
MrOlllr. Mix Mary Medulre. N'e'v Itn
rhelle (Stimi. .Mr and Mr I Ilendrr.
Neiv York (St.arnsi; Mr. and Mrs T .1
PerkltM. lniflevood. the M! l'erkln.
Mis. M. K Miller Kngletvntd ( fsdlllae ) ,
Mr snd Mr.. A. lirown Ml. M.iririret
Brown. Waldo M. Hrnwn. Veiiel.' (Hud
son!, Mr. snd Mrs (.raham Patter. on, ("il
rago (Kulcki: Mr and Mr W I: Saras
and family Mrookbn I Iienmoblle i . Drto
Knnlx, Niv York (C'nl)! Mr. and Mr .1
Harry Snook and famil), New York
WATHruH'ltY. Conn.. Ju'v 31 Moior
arrlrals at the Hotel niton eterdir our
the Ideal Tour Incuded Dr. and Mrs. c
Fto.inan, Hudson, N Y. (Pierre) Mr, and
Mrs. S. I.. II'daK Mr. ind Mrs I" t'omp
ton Miller. Hartsdale, N. V (Palgei; Mr
snd Mr Wiriarn llalrd. Pmitli orange. N
J. (Packard); Jolm Clldmns, .New York
(Cadlllse), Mr. and Mr. Neurmnli Cleve
land, Hartsda'e, N Y (l'lrie Dr. and
Mrs. I". Russell. MI l. Hu.sell. Tarrv.
tovn. N. Y (Cadillac i, Mr. and Mrs. Fran
rls Knilliett. Mr and Mrs II. Thomplllns.
New York ( Packard i, W r Cordon. V V.
Noyes. Northport. I.. I (Iltilrk) Mr, and
Mrs. A. Collins, New- York (Packard); Mr
and Mrs. (. O. Hurdlck. Howard and Itrih.
RUTLAND. VI. July SO Arrivals
hy autoniohlle: Mr nnd Mr, (.eorp II
Frr. Miss V. I.ellile, c, II. Parr
Philadelphia (CadllUei, Mr and Mr
F. II. Chllils. Huston (Mutzj l. ii I -1
Warren and fiinipv. New York (Wlntoni,
Mr. and Mr" K, W Uewltte. New Vnrk
(Parkard): Miss K. F Nasun. Claremont
(Pierre); Mr and Mrs. A, W Mendelsohn.
Hartford; Mr. nnd Mm 1, c MUrrs. Ilroiul
Ilrook (Cadlllari, Mr. and Mrs. Huhert
Marke, Mr. nnd .Mrs M. S. Adam. Fall
Hirer (Chandlerl; Arthur C C'arpey and
farnllr, lloston (Steirnal
llltKTTON WOOIW, N II. July .10 - -White
.Mnuntaln motorists at the Mount
WashinKton Include: (Jfurffe W DoukIss,
New York ilMsrre), (J Arthur 1'nn, l'.itr
son (Cadlllaci; (I'nrife Ward. Pldl lib Iphla
i Locomobile i : ltohrt I. Ilutchart. Mont.
real (Packard); James T l.vnii, Detroit
il'ackani); Henry ii. (.air, nosinn (Carlll
iael; Mrs. Albert c, Hlmlck, New Y-k
(Packard): Illrh.ird II Forrester. New
York (Stutzi. Amlrew W Doj le, Chicago
(liati, trailer iiort, inicaso (iiulcki;
Joseph A. Hrooks, New Vnrk (Peerless);
Arthur H. Winkler, I.oulsi llle; Mrs Juhn
Wells Arnold, Ph lladelpht i iScrlbbs
Tlonthl. M. Wur'ham, lloston (llukk), Mr
and Mrs tleorKe Ilosiit, Passaic (Steirnsi,
.ihsmood Hubert, Plilljdlnhla (Cadlllaei.
llenr A. T hid lie. Philadelphia (Oterluridl.
Hilton K. Ilntchklss, New ll.un iFriuk-
In I : Wallarn A Humph-ejs, I'hlc.iso
MANCHESTER. Vt . July 30. Ai rlrals
by automobile at the Knulnox House In
clude H. Honoda, New York; Mr and Mrs.
A Aral, V Aral, Itherslde, Conn (l.oi-o.
mnbtlet; Mr. and Mrs, Harry Lesser, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Tom May, St, l.ouls il'l-rcoi,
Mr. and Mrs I.. Wnylind Smith. Mrs. I'.
Wayland Hmlth. Onslda (Ford), Mr. and
Mrs. Matheslus, New Canaan t.1' (1 V);
Mr and Mrs. It. E. Danlel.on. Mittanolseti,
Ma... (Packard!; Mr. and Mrs. II H Mc
Allltt.r. Mr. and Mra. SI. I. Hennelly, New
York iHlmplao: Dr. and Mra. (I. M. Ham.
mond, New York (Packard): Mr. and Mrs.
I,. D. Illock. New York (Packard); Mr.
and Mra. M. E. Kin. Icy, Mr. and Mrs. K
C. flhrlrer. Ilaltlnioro (Cadillac); Mr, and
Mrs. Aleiander (.lass. Wheeling (Frank,
linn Mra. J. I Culbertson. Sewlckley, pa.;
Mra. N. E. Whttaker. Mr. and Mra. P.
Tatum. Wheeling (Franklin); Mr. and
Mra. (J. Wayland Hmllh, Oneida (Oak
land). COOPKRBTOWN, N. Y.. July JO Auto,
blll.ta arriving at the O-te.sa ga to-day In
rliut. Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Uvlne, Dallnn
Derlne, Mr. and Mra. W. n. Foster. 1,'tlea
(Packard): Mr. and Mra. F. O. Newell,
Mr. and Mra. J, F. tileaaon, Emrnett (Ilea,
son, Itnche.ter (Cadlllari; Mr, and Mr..
It. I,. Kirch, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Kirch,
Roland M. Klrih, Plttiburs (Cadlllari ;
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Bennett, Mis. llonnett,
Floyd n.nnett, J. II. Slennstt. ()ieKi
(I'lerca-Arrnwl ; Allen Rockwell, Rockwell
Mill. (Packard); H. I. Hawley, Miss Haw.
ley, Vincent Hawley, Patif hkeepale (P.ith
tinder); Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ilowdltrh, J,
H. Blckford, Mr. ind Mrs. O M. Rowe,
Onaonti (Cole): Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dar
rln. Utlca; Mlaa Oladya Tlldon, Cleveland
(Overland): Mr. and Mrs W. M. Dudley,
Bcranton (Chandler): R. K. Bradford. Itn..
sell flnyd.r, J. II. Robertson, Uloreravllls
(Bulck)i Or, C. T, Hcpp. Brooklyn; Mr.
and Mrs. H. Full.r. lira. A. Fuller, (ila.co
(Cadillac): Mr. and Mra. Frank Mflillle,
droeklrn (Whits): Mr. and Mra. C. C. Of-
den. Aieaar luaoiuaci ; j, n, vanaewaisr,
. c. iHaaaaey "ug usepne treraj
TEA PARTY GUEST
Ills Eminence end Bishop
Q'Connell of Blohmond, Ya.
at fiontharapton, X Xt
SAMUEL PARRISH IS HOST
Mrs. William Lowe Rice Gives
Luncheon for Twelve at
Southampton, X. T July 30. 5?amuel
It. Parrleh (roes on record ns the first
here this season to honor Cardinal alb
bone and Bishop Dennis J. O'ConncIl of
Richmond. Va. It took the form of a
tea this afternoon nt Mr. Parrlsh's sum
mer home on Main street, ns his Kmlnenco
rarely accepts dinner Invitations.
Among those present were Mr. and i
Mrs. William n. ntithrln nf X Vnrk.
who are stopping with James C. Parrlsh:
Colonel and .Mrs. Henry May of Wash
ington, who nre passing the summer
here; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J Dallas IHxim, '
Mr. and Mrs. Percv Krallne- nf t'hll.i.
ilelphla, who have taken l.affalot Cot
tage nt tho Art Village for tho remain
der of the season: Mrs. Thomas H. Bar
ber and Howard Townsend.
Mrs. William f.owe Itlce gave a lunch
eon for twelve to-day at the Shlnnecork
Hill Oolf Club house. Among others
giving luncheons were Mrs. Cirnellus
Tiers, Mrs. John FJ. Herwlnd of Hrldge
hampton, Mrs. Kdward I,. Keyes and
Mrs. C.eorgn I.eary. Mrs. Frank K. Polk
and family, who have been occupying tho
Wllys Cottage. left yesterday for the
Adirondack. They will return early In
September. During their absence their
cottage will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
(!. Marshall Dodge, who will arrive on
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Baker, Jr..
who arc nt present on board their yacht
off the National Coif Club, will nrrlve
In Southampton on Tuesday for tho re
mainder of the season and will occupy
A, M. Brown's cottage on Shlnnecock
Mrs. William I.owe Rice Is entertaln-
Ing Mr. nnd Mrs. James Terry and (5or-
don King of Pittsburg, also liuls Par
sons. Harold Hartwlg nnd Frank
New arrivals nt the Irving are J. C
Norlleet of Munphls, Tenn . Mr. and
Mrs. S. Haloid Freeman. Morrlstown,
N. J. ; MIsh Montgomery and W. 1)
Montgomery of Washington. n!ro Brew
ster Heaves, Charles Rent. Mr and Mrj.
11. II Fllsworth. Mis" miswortli. Mrs
M. W Wall, Mrs Mmshall C. I.eff.rt
Mr. and Mrs. II K. Hums. Mr arid national suffrage amendment In Con
Mrs. L F, Newell and Dr. and Mrs. M I f.rcss nlo will bo con-dder. d. Should
O. Tenny. i the Democrat In control of Conres
Mrs. Henry .V. Pearce gives a dinner I f.nl to a t upon tin- Siw.m II Anthony
on Monday for twelve nt the Irving and amendment leader hei say that will
Miss Ada Norlleet was lio-t-ss at
similar function for the same it'imber
of giii'lt at the s uno place l.ti-t night.
LEAVES HOME TO AGED WOMEN.
Cardinal (Jllibons Inlrri-stril In
Project of I. ate 'Ills .li-iiUlns.
FUi.TIMom:, Md , July .in A inon i
ment to the inemoiy of the late M ss
i:iia Jenkins and a work In which 'ir-',h,. pnwe- to determine the election of
dinnl (iihlioiis l deeply Interested is .1 I .), Mcu problem "
Piosport c homo for elderly women of) ( ie.f.)urth of th.. Senate's membership
relinni.Mit and culture who. through no.nn, one-sixth of that of the House
fault of their own. am thrown on tlm comp ,,, Min-r..n states and the con
world for mpport M.-s Jenkins, w ho ,,.,., w ,11 i-oiis j, r participating In the
diiil he-., reeei.tu, fun i. ntlv i-puke of Conurcssionnl cm. iimiiih in sunnortlnir
the prnjei t tu i .n il:rm I (i..iIhiii-
Fnlow iiir the f.itn,. i ul'. JIis Jenk'iK
left no will, but h'T lirdhets. .lnMph ,
and l:lrl, i'. Jenkins, inadu the .ir-1
r.iiiRemenli the kinw eln desiii'd, and.
the Jenkiti" Ilium- will bi-conu- an Im-ti-t
tit Ion rar.'icl nn .iltms linos unlike any I
otll. In the I'mteil States.
Ptoil(iii will In- made for thl'ty r-
'upant- Tliey will have their nun!
room 4, servant-, anil e,-n a lert.un nl-I
liiw-(n''t of innnev. Hard wntnan will
feel that It Is her own hntin- anil not
an iristltutniii. Two MMcrs nf the (irdi r
f Invltii. I'lovliletice, of Kentucky., will
he in charse.
AERO CLUB NAMES DELEGATES.
Pitt MemlierM iliili-d ns
Kiite In IVilrriitliin.
Tile ,eni Club nf Amerl.-.i esteril.iv
anm.umed the npp intnient nf flro
members n delecates pi the P.in-Amci-
lean Aeronautic I". .If r.ulmi.
Ihcy are; Unille riKht. Alan It.
Hawley. Knier-on Mc.Mll .in, Itc.ir Ad-
mlral Hubert 1.. Peary and Henry Woml-
" ' "
Arrivals l.r the American I, nre N',. Y.,rk
Grant H Urowne,
M. F Doyle
Henry I Hurniy
Russell Fro. 1
I) Moore i.inil.uy.
W A l.owrr
A K (Iflhle
Dr '! .1. IVIIit.
II E sliililiin
II T Wluchani
llerliert K Wr.nht
Hv the American liner Krooiilaiid from l.ir.
A It. lioble James Herlninnd
fi I) Foster F II l'llliil'll
Georsn S lixhs Hiiihmii mk-w .irt
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Wn'dorf-Astnrla W. M 1, 1 tu ,ton. lien.
er. II. V Dillllelle, llliK.iln, ' , I'alllu,
Hiillas, .1. c Cole, Indl'iiiipiilis, II. c.
Hlfel. SI l.ouls.
illltinore--P. S Russell, Phil 0I1 Iphl.i ,
J. 1,. Ilullcirh. MeuiphU (' It Hall. .Mari
etta. Uhlo, T D. Ilulterease, Hrulf.irl.
(I. W .MrL'.innuni, A W Pears. ill, . 'hli jiru,
Joseph s Thompson, St. Paul, Frank 11.
llcliuiint i:. It Parke. A'.lini.i. Mr nnd
Mrs l.ouls !" P.ijn. Chatham, Senator
Henrv Cnbol I.oiIkc, Nahint, -Muss. Mr.
and Mrs It Parr, ll.iltlmnre; the Rev .uul
Mr and Mr- (i r Cushlnit; D.irnlr r i telcplione lines leauiiiR irom .ew imu
and Mrs. I. c Sheridan, chiciKu ' ' I to iielRliliorlllK sections nf Jeisey City
Knli aerbiiclci r It IJ Ilinnn ami wife, wrie i.wn and 1 oiiimuiiliatlon was al
Detrult U hrnpp anil wife, Culumlins; , . ..... n.i,,
.1 W IHile, J K Slnkes. Chlraco T ,' 'l"St lllipossllili .
Snanps. Flint Mich, c r Dlmm Tnie.in. I ' iHt betwi'Cii .New ork nnd Stap'n
ClarliUe lldiiar Hart ami wife, i'iii.iK,i; I Island wcie nlso iinsUfi'i"tul Imnie-
"!'."r'..'-. "" ! " 'Ivans nnd
wife, w ashlnrrinn John How en, Vllintnwn,
David Dirls, (iciirsetow n; J;. Willis, .Mmit.
Manhattan William A I. own, n, Mr
Alpln. Ilelfnst: Henry Peril I W Fowler,
I FleUher, l-'lnrence Wnllerson, W Mi-l-',
Dalitlclsch, London, It. S. Harker, l.hei.
Vanderblll II W While, Charleston; p
H. Curlee. Ht. I.cuiU. (Jordnn Drsit,i1l, Vnn
eoinerj .1 McCafferly, Toronto, I). N.
McAlpIn- Mr. and Mrs C Stewart Co.
menlll. Chlcnn, W. II. Mitchell, Toronto:
F T. Hiiell, Dallas, N. T. William. on nn,
family, Charleitnn, W, V11., R, Cur),
I'laia Marquis K Innnye and Mar.
rhlone.a Inonre, Tokln; Mr. ami Mrs. It, F.
Harnett, Cincinnati; A lluseh, SI. l.ouls
Netherland Ellas Ilniera nnd wife, Tn.
ronlo; Mr. and Mrs. .1. W Kennedy, Chi.
ram; William T, Hough and wife, Plain
Held. Rltx-Carlton .lame. Redmond, London;
Harle W, Einns, Wli hlta, K'un.; Dr. and
Mr.. James T Hoiian, Monlrlnlr, Mr. nnd
Mr. C. K. Clarkson, I'lillsdclphlii
Murray IIIII F. (llbson nnd wife, provi
dence: F. C, Sweet, Phcenlx: J. C Hume,
Des Moines; Robert W. Hume, Chleano.
Park Afiiue T. (I. Marchainl Mon.
treat, E I,. Allen, l.os AiikiIcs; Charles A,
Jonea, Chlraco; It. F, Nile., Cleieland;
Charles Marshall, Detroit,
Stratford (lenrge II. Hurllnir, Montreal.
Imperial P It. MrFarlnne, Si. .Inhns;
.Inniea Randall, Toronto; H. 1, Wellner,
lUlli'ax; II. (I, Todd, WaaliliiKluu, ii. o,
Wolcott F. Peck, Cairo, III.: rjeorit
Stalker. Seattle; 1) A. Miller, Louisville.
(Irand W. J. McDowell. Holyokei A.
cllartston., Hartford; S. E Sheeliun, (Irand
R.plda; K. F, I.anx, Raltlmnre,
nre.lln Lewis (I. R.ynolJs, Dayton; M.
O. Ooodnar, Reatlla; A. W. I.lnyd, Mlnne.
apolta; CharUi W. Dean, Detroit; K. w,
FOR BALLOT FIGHT
Indorsement of Party Nomi
nees to Re Decided at
CAMPAIGN Iff 12 STATES
Wnr Will Be Waged Where
Female Suffrage Has Al
ready Been Granted.
WAslttNdTOV, July SO. Woman's part
In the forthcoming Presidential cam
palftn In the movement for equal suf
frage, promising the most nctlvo par
ticipation of women In nntlonal politics
in American history, will ho arranged
when woman suffrage leaders meet at
Colorado Springs for n three day con-
ference of tho Nntlonal Woman's party.
August 10-12. The confcrcnco will con
sider what policy the new suffrage party
shall adopt In tho coming campaign to
Procure submission t,i the States by Con
giess of a natliin.il Ktirfragc constitu
Whether support to the Democratic.
Republican or Progressive party will
be given by women favoring ti national
suffrage amendment, leaders here assort,
will be definitely decided nt the Col
orado Springs conference. Miss Anne
Mai tin of Nevada, chairman of tho
Woman's party, will preside nnd lid
dresses will be made by many women
prominent In the suffrage propaganda.
PlatiM have already been completed for
the campaign of the Woman's party In
the twelve equal suffrage States, Ari
zona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illi
nois, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon,
L'tnh, Washington and Wyoming. I lead
UU.trters will be nt Chicago, In charge of
A campaign fund, which Is expected
to reach tint I.'iHO.OOO mark. In nlo being
collected by Mrs. O. II. P llelmont of
New York. Mrs, Charlotte Perkins, Mrs
Itlu-u Chlb.lt Dorr. Mrs. Harriot Stan
ton lltatch. Miss Rosp Wlnslow and Mls
Crystal Kastman of New York and Mrs
J. A. If. Hopkins of Morrlstown, N. J
aro among tin1 speakers who will take
tlm Mump. Political cartoon- by Mrs.
.Vina 12 Alb'tider, aid to bi the only
woman pol.t Y.il cartoonist In the coun-
ti y. II a feature.
Wht'thi r tlii -i. campaign forces will be
thiown fi-r r agtlnt tlio nominees of
x ..t ng pidi'.i.tl p.tties nr whether an
ll'dopelldcllt tld.et w .11 V" fotttied Is the
ilei ls;i.ii to be made lit tin- Colorado
r-pr'nes conference. The r-tutus (,f tho
bo an Important factor In the piobabln
del"!!)!! legnrdlng support of or oppo
Mt on to the I .mocr.itii! wirty by the
Worn ui p.ntv.
"To-day fieri- ar twelve mffrage
St. Hi s coptroll.ng ninety-oni electoral
I ti with inon tii in 4. nan. 010 women
. 'I'l.tlitlid t" oto for president," It In
I stated "Tho f.n t that these States con
trol one.llfih of the ebvtor.il college, and
.it one-third of the votes necessary to
eleet :i Putddotit gives woman oters
onpi'siiiB i mil. dates f t tlm Senate
and li"ii tn tlm MilfKiK" St.itis.
LUNCHEONS AT HOT SPRINGS.
sir. unit .Mrs. ( liiuincry Unlet
lliHiim flic- A'lstlnrs.
II Sit.inos, V.i July "fi Theie was
the usual am urn of Informal ritertaiti
Im; tn-ilnv at I'as-.'fent Farm. Itonne
' -'I'' ic, and th.-summer
' ''ninny Katliued in the nn en and white
e-l'ti.,l I dihv of the I Inmotcnd tn.nlRht
I for the reuul.if Sunday ..venim; concert,
the .iiidirnn' Inrludini; Mr and Mrs,
! . , 'Vt',?' : V'X"'' ' ,V II
Cutihr-fin and I r Ktipert llluc,
I 1 1 1 ii ni-r fur a scon- nr mon- of youtiE
pinple was Kivcti at l'.ih-lfirn I'.irm to-
! mi-tit l.i' Mr. Mini Mis tl I :1 111 libel I
I 3 r-1,.f c,i New Vnik, whn have villi them
, c.tii it t-.-so llil.i F. Mctlc. w h . Joined them
1 ni;lesi'iite last week
I Mr, ;uui M,; Him j ".u.rt left here
; t.d.iy br motor for WahliiKtciii to be
I ,.,, ,st f . 1:,nj,1K it, them
, Mlv ,, Ml, H:irry w.,im.Ui and Mrs.
! linney It.inmto.
I Miss Alice earlorouKli and John
S. aiboroUKli of Cincinnati were cuet
at luncheon to-ilav r .Mr-. -M. 12. in-
K I1" !lld M S.S C.l.lil.rs IiilmIIs lit llnx
worn! Farm. Mr. nnd Mrs. I, A. Coolidue
lrnvc t Winn Spiinu-s for luncheon.
I and Miss Mllly Ford and .ltieph I.'ddy
I of Moiristown were nmniiK the horse
I back riders who followed the trails,
Mr. and Mis. II. M. Culm and fam
ily of New Voik -Hi Iraviiur this week
will no tn tho White Mount. iltn..
Tho colony of wrltiiH and actors at
Warm Spi .tias nre lutoic.stlm; tliomel es
in a pl.ilct which will be kIviii at the
Warm S'piiiikh I Intel this week,
Visitols utllvlmr lit tlio Houicste.id to
da I111 iuded I! I!, Henry, I. H, C.iissnu
and Dr. J. H. ll'idRcson of New York.
TELEPHONE LINES CRIPPLED.
Ilnril to llencli .lersr.v nnd Slnti'll
I sin ml A Hep llxplnslnn.
Telepliciiie i iiminutili atlou with ne.uby
poltitH fiom New Yolk was practically
ti'tmlnali'd f T soiiio tlinn after tho c.
plosion At 'J IS . M, tlio New York
Telephone 1 niup.tny umioilliced that nil
1 (il-iii'lv nfter the cINasler. Itepalr riiiirs
wete f-pecillly set to work by the tele
plioiin cm 1 1 1 1.1 1 i.s , nnil )) ulRlitfall It was
said must of the iroulilo bail been elim
inated, HiiiiirIi they wore Ht 11 1 havlliR
dllllculty Willi the Ioiir dlstaniu lines.
Whew! Whnt a Whopprrt
llASTINllH-ON-lll'IlHdN, N. V., Jlll.V .10.
W. 1 1. llussell, an official of tho New
York Central Itnilroad, cnuRlit a bass In
tho Hast View teservolr tlila afternoon
welRliliiR nioio than clRht poundx nnd
twenty-live Inihcs lonR, Ho claims It is
a record catch for Westchester county.
MOVEMENTS OF YACHTS.
NI'.W LONDON. Conn, July 30, The
steam 5'ni'lll Vec cue. Frederic K W. Van
dirbllt, the power yachts Queen M., and
tne uni, liunnrii i. eisn, an.i inn mix
lllary ).il Petrel, James Jurksou, hare
n ri I'd
The sleniii yacht Admiral, fiordon Dex.
ht; the A pliriidlle, ("nl. Oliver II, l'an;
the Semlncile. Henry c, i'lilnn.. nnd the
Mariturct, Charles A. Stone, and the .loop
acni sijiinw, joun n, j.awrence, nrmeii
and left here.
The strain yacht Viking, Cninuiodnrn
ii.iiri:n r, luiter. .ir. ; tne Nnrada, Henrv
Mailer", ind in- vsnsdl, .Morton F. Plant;
the auxiliary schooner yarhts (lene.ee,
.lames Sibley Watson; the Intrepid, Lloyd
I'hii'iilx: lb" In wider, Henry Wh ton. and
the Iris, Vernon c. Ilrnwn; the arhouner
MiehU HasHrll, Henry L. TltYany, nnd the
M.nls. Hainutl T. Hubbard, and the nower
arht Jane It., Wa verity Smith, the
Whirlwind. Julius Flelschinann, and the
i-aracoD, cnariea . uavei. are la tail aar
RICH FARMER HELD
Married Man Charged With
Taking 15 -Year-Old Girl
Ominwicr. Conn, July 80. Charged
with belnr a fugitive, from justice, Theo
dore Kerrle, a wealthy farmer and busi
ness man of Stamford, Conn., Is In the
While Plain jail awaiting extradition
to this State, where he Is charged with
eloping with his fifteen-year-old stenog
rapher, Nora Haug, and another more
serious crime. The warrant was sworn
out by Prosecuting Attorney Cummlnga
of Stamford over two weeks ago. Con
stable Jones of Clreenwlch, knowing that
Ferris had a hobby for horse racing, lo
cated him on the racetrack at White
Plains and arrested him.
Mrs. Haug first notified the police of
the elopement on the night of July 7
last, when the girl disappeared. A letter
written by Ferris waa found In the
girl's room. In It he called her his
"I.lttle Ducky Darling" and "Honey
Bunch" and threatened to steal her If
she did not go away with him.
Constable Jones found the girl on
July 7, shortly before midnight, In the
home of John F.Iks a brothcr-ln-law of
Ferris, on Rlverdale avenue, Portchester,
and took her home. A general alarm
was then eent out for tho arrest of
Ferris, who Is about 38 years old, has
for some time nast conducted ft Jitney
line from North Stamford to Hunting
Itldge, whero his farm Is located within
a quarter nf a mile from the Haug
place. He has a wlfo and three children.
St. Ik'lcnn's at Lenox, Mass.,
Is Also Aided by Mrs.
William P. Sloane.
l.KNcix, Mass, July 30. A leport of
the expenses of Trinity Kplsc pnl Church
Issued this morning; shows contributions
of 11.400 from the family of the late
John n. Parsons for the support of St
Helena's Chapel at New Lenox, which
Mr. Parsons built. The total expenses
of tho parish were $::.2S7 and the larpr
cst contributor was Mrs. William D.
SlJnne, who gave 11,000,
Walter V. Clarke of New Tork, who
bought the property of Mrs. Anna M.
Goodrich In KtockbrldKe on Monument
Mountain r ad, will build a country
house, on bis property. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Clarke nre occupying the cottairu of Mr.
and Mrs. Kdw.ucl 1.. Morse this summer.
Frederick .Stcrllmr, ono of tho secre
taries at the United States Kmbassy lit
PetroBf-id, who Is in this country mi
leave, of absence, Is staylmt with Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph H. Choato nt Nnum
keair. StockhrldKe. Mr. Sterling Is a
relative of Mrs. Choate. Ho Is on his
way to San Francisco.
Mr and Mrs. Jtnbert I.tidlow Fowter,
Jr, aro stopping with Miss Lillian Cram
Mls Marian Untrue, who has been nt
Ilombay Hill In Stockbrldce, has Bono
tn II. ir 1 1 tirl r
Miss M, Civilise Alexandre Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. llayard C. C. Hoppin In
K.ist Isllp. I,. I.
Mrs. ll.1ny.1r clarkson Is entertalnlnu
Mrs. James It, Parsons at Pour llrook
Henry Adams of Washington, who Is
at Tyrlnithnm, Kae .1 luncheon to-day.
1 ntrrt.ilnlnc for hH yuest Dr, William
SturKls HIki'Iow of lloston.
Mr.. T Tlleston Wells nnd Miss Oeor
clna Wc Us aro Eiiests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Civile J.IrliiKSton Duval In StockhrldKe.
Mr. nnd .Mrs, James Carey and M!s
Millieent Carey of Haltlmore arrived at
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Pe Kaldo, John
!. Zaldo. Mr. and Mrs. U It, WalbrldRe.
Mr. and Mrs. C It. WalbrldRe. Mr. and
.Mrs. Allen Warden and Miss ClarKsa
'.irdell of New York arrived at Hotel
BOUNTY PUT ON CATS.
Itldarfleld Park Acts tn Prevent
.Nuisance In llnroaKh.
HiPHEriEi.n Pakk, N. J., July 30 The
llo.ud of Health has offered a bounty of
cuitH for each full aized cat and 10
rentes tor each kitten found at larce In
laid down to inarK tno point where a
kitten ceases to be a kitten and becomes
Jteccntly the revelation thnt stray dops
were belnR sold hy the borouRh oltlclnls
for t.1 each for vlvlsectlnu purjios
arosised women of tlio place, and the
practice was stopped.
DAK1N HHRTnit Mr. and Mrs Tracy
Dow i nnnouiicn the marrlaKe nf their
clster, Mia. Susan Dowa Herter, to Dr.
Henry Ir)mlale Da4cln, on July :nih,
I.r.WIHOIlN It has pleased our Ileaunly
I'.ither to take awny from her earthly
iili'i.le lliniim M. I.ewlsobn, the helnreil
wife uf nur dlMlneul.hed President.
Adotph I.ewlsohn, and
Whereas .Mrs. I.ewlsnhn has niwsss been
a sucuni'h friend of the Hebrew Miel
I erlnir OU'irdlan Soclet). Orphan Asy.
W'heren tn her untimely death the ponil
people nf this rlty nnd .lllte lucle tn.t
ime of Its best beloieil wnmon, mi ar
dent supporter of Its dimities, snd uno
who gave not only of her tne ins, but
what was mure, of herself, In personal
service toward th uenera! uplift and
aid "f her less fnrtiinalo hrutliers and
sisters, therefnre be It
iVioIicrf That In the death of Kmma M
I.ewlsuhn the community has lost one
of lis noblest and most cenrrous
henrled women, the family a devoted
nnd lorlnr wife and mother, this Or
phun Asylum one of Its warmest sup
porters, and American Jewry ono nf
lis eiemplara, a Queen Mother In Is
raeli and we, the Board of Directors of
the Orphan Asylum railed tn do horn
sis tu the memory of this Ideal
woman, do hereby collectively and In
dividually eaprras our great sorrow
nnd profound sympathy for .Mr. Adnlph
I.ewlsohn and his distinguished fam
ily, and pray that our llearenly Father
will ttlte lit in and them the fortitude
and realsnatinn necessary to bear up
under their serera affliction; and It
Htlolvid, That a rnpy nf these resolu
tions b transmitted to tha bnrearrd
family, and a ropy Inscribed upon the
niliiutea of the Orphan Asylum, and
that the flai upon the Institutional
buildings, at rieasantvllle, be placed
at half-maat for a period of thirty
CAUUBL D. LBVT.
LOCKOUT OF 35,000
COAT TAILORS NEAR
Contractors Threaten to Close
488 Shops in Fight on
Another lockout In the garment trade
Is threatened to-day by the United Coat
Contractors' Association, whose members
declare they will closo 431 shops to-day
or to-morrow to 35,000 tailors unless their
demands are met by the American Cloth
ing Manufacturers' Association. Secre
tary Isaac Pcllokoff of the contractors'
organization said they had given the
manufacturers until August t to settle
The changes desired by the contractors
Included a 10 per cent. Increase In prices,
the furnishing of thread and silk free
of cost, the registering of all contractors,
Insurance by tho manufacture of one
half a cent on the dollar and payment
for work threo days after delivery.
President Sidney Hlllman of the Amal
gamated Clothing Workers of America
said that the tailors would be strictly
mutrnl In the fight, as they "had no In
terest In taking sides with either tho
manufacturers or the contractors."
Arrangements havo been made by the
shop chairmen of tlio cloak makers to
put IO.U0U strike pickets on duty to-day,
Benjamin Schleslnccr. president of the
International Ladles Oarmenl Workers
t'nlon, asserted that not a single striker
Mould accept tho Invitation of the manu
facturers to return to work on Wednes
day. When labor lenders make their report
on the strike to-morrow plans probably
will be discussed for exerting pressure
on the manufacturers to have the strike
arbitrated. Picket leaders prophesy the
strike will be won In two weeks.
MOTORISTS IGNORE WARNINGS.
I.ona Island Itnilroad Find tirade
CrossInK Accidents nn Increase.
Despite the campalpn of the Lour
Island Railroad for Rreater caution on
the part of motorists, recklessness at
Rrade ciosslmw Is on the Increase, J. A.
McCrca, cener.il mamiRer of the road.
Thus far In the current year sixty-one
nutnmoblle have run thrntiRli lowered
Rates. Twenty-two hjrse drawn vehicles
did likiwise There havij been twelve
collisions between trains nnd automo
biles, and seven w agons have been struck
BERNARDUS A. BENNETT,
Descendant of Karly J.on Island
Bernnrdui A. Bennett, descendant of
one of tho earliest settlers on Long Isl
nnd, died yesterday at his home;, 200
Halsey street, Brooklyn. Mr. Bennett
was born seventy-nlno years ago In
Hnnpslend In tho building In which his
father and grandfather tlrst saw tho light
of day. The former was tho owner of the
(Holm Hotel, n pioneer hostelry in the
old city c f Brooklyn.
One of his predecessors lived on the
present silo of tho department Morn of
Abraham Straus and had to build a
(-tockada to keep away the Indians. Mr.
Bennett Is survived by two daughters
and two grandchildren.
MRS. MARGARET W. TAGGART.
Wife of Western L'nlnn'a General
CainnsrI In Dead.
Nr.w Canaan. Conn., July SO. 5frs
Margaret Wnterworth Taggart, wlfo of
rllllflm Bush Taggart, general counsel
for the Western t'nlnn Telegraph Com
pany, died hero to-day.
Sho w;ih married to Mr. T.iRgart at
Salem, uhlo, on September 13, 1S77.
They had three three children, Mary
W., Alice and Bush, Jr,
.Inhn J. MrCsntrnn.
John J. McOowan. 4' years old. a po
lice lieutenant attached to the Sheeps-'
bead Hay police station, died .xesterdav'
In Bellevue Hospital after an Illness of I
several months Ib was nn the police I
force for tvent,-fniir enrs, during
twelve of which ho was n lieutenant, lie I
H survived liy his wlfo and two daugh
firii. It, R, Tiro it ii.
7. ni:.iv!!.i.e, Ohio, July nn. rien. 15
Brow n, "-, past commander In chief of
the (Irand Army of the Itepubllc and I
widely known as a distinguished livll,
war rtrran and newspaper editor, died
tills afternoon rollmving a protracted III
prss of stomach trouble.
The Itrv. Tliomna ,1, Olhlinna.
ST 11-1., July an The Bev Tlmmis
J. fillibons, War-Ccncral of the St.
Paul cllnci'se ami pastor of tho cathedial
here, died to-day fullnnlug an opeintlun
last night, l'litlwr (llbbnns was born In
Mount Catrnel, I'a., In lsilo.
(lAMHI.r. July 31. nt I'lnttstiurR, N' V
Mar) .Mcclll'. widow of th" Iter .laseph
ii.itnlile. 1 I', and eldi st daughter nf
the lain Alex llliler T .Mc'Cilll, I) I),
1,1, I , of rrlncctnn, X. J. j
St. l.ouls papers please copy.
JACKSON On Siturdar. July M, IJIC, at j
her summer home "Keewaden," Thou- I
sand Islands. Susan C , beloved wife nf
Iniiies W JaiJcsiin.
Puiieinl services nt the residence of br
ditiBhlcr. .Mrs. Cllfion Whnrinn, Jr,
710 Helwdere iircnile. Plalnllehl, N .1
on Tuesday, AiiKU.st 1, l'.!!!, nt 3 ci'iloik
P .M i
KKI.I.Y - -Maiy Trances K'ly Ileinalns
lylnn I" d ati "THIl I'lMlItAI.
Cill'I'.CII." Hmaiw.i). sUHi ami
Sixty seienth stier's iCamphell llulld
IiirI. T.MI'tMtT Muctaiei XVaterworth, wife
of Hush TciRii.il t Kundiiy. July 30 191b,
Ht New c an lull, roun
Notb'e of funeral herenftrr
WIIAI.IIS' - .-'ernnd Lieutenant It sieven
tun Wh.ilen. Company 11. SKty ninth '
Iteslnieni. N (i N V, July nt 1'urt
Sam Houston Hospital, San Antonio,
Ten . uiced '.'S ears, son of late .Michael
11. and llsther Whilen, I
Funeral August I at 10 A. M, from I lis
residence of his sister, Mrs. Jeremiah
A O'l.eary, U .luinel Terrace (West
160th street), Manhallaii: thence to
the Church of St. Ito.e of Lima, West '
tenth street, between Amsterdam and I
St, Nicholas avenues. Interment Cal
WOOPnt'FF On July 29, 191, Catherine
Sanfnrd, wife of the late Charles II
Woodruff, nl her residence, Llichtleld,
Conn., In the s" inty. eighth jeur of
Funeral Monday, July 31, nn arrival of I
10;03 train from New ork, arriving at
Torrlnctnn at ItSS l M.
NO rounei tlon with small hnnsc. using tills nlme
STEPHEN MERRITT (vSioxlv.)
161 8th Ar, Cor. 18th St.
Harle Branch (Sft)
r. W. HAD CLIFF, rres. Tel. m-Cbtlwa.
200 DEAD IN CANADA FIRES.
Seven Northern Ontario TowM
Swept Victims Are Trapped.
ENOt.riiART, Ont., July !0. Forest
fires raging In northern Ontario ar be
lieved to-night to havo resulted In the
loss of from 150 to 200 lives, Scores of
other persons have been Injured, and It
Is feared many of them may die.
Several small towns have been wiped
out by tho flames, which have been rag
ing for forty-eight hours. Reports thus
far received show that 57 perished at
Nushka, n French Canadian settlement,
nnd 31 at Mnthesnn. Cochrane has IS
dead and 34 injured : Iroquois Falls, 15
dead and many Injured, and Ramore, 15
dead. The number killed at Porcupine
Junction Is not known, but the entire
town was destroyed except the railroad
Tho death list will be materially In
creased. Small hamlets and camps In
outlying districts have not been heard
from, and reports say parties of pros
pectors have been trapped at Tashota
and Kowcash. Ono farmer and his ten
children urn known to havo been burned.
WHITE CLOTHES SECRET OUT.
Society Women Advised Car
-More Soap, Less Water.
Newport, It. I., July 30. Hecause
they use too much water and too little
snap, women do not tret the same daz
jllns whiteness In their washed clothes
ns do the United mates Marines, Her
tceant Clarence IX llhoades of the Ma
ilne Corps, told a party of society women
visiting the battleship ft ah.
"Tho brilliance of our white clothes la
due to the fact that we wash with our
heads nn well as our bands, and we let
soap do Its proper share of the work.
Just enotmh water to wet the wash
thoroughly Is sufficient," the sergeant
continued, "and the less water and more
soap ono uses the whiter tho washing
will turn cut."
BLIND TEACHER LOSES JOB.
Jersey Cli.ll Mrrvlpr Jtnlea In Case
of Miss Hayes.
MovTCi.Atrc, N. J., July 30. Dismissal
of Miss l.ydla Y. Hayes of Montclalr
as supervisor of work for the State
Blind Commission has been sustained
by the New- Jrrey Civil Service Com
mission. It was decided thnt tho posi
tion held by Miss Hayes, who Is blind,
was actually that of a teacher of the
blind nnd ns such shn did not come
under rh- protection of civil service.
In reaching Its tleclnlon the Civil
Semen Commission took the snme. stand
ns did tho majority of tho blind com
mission. It was held by the latter that ' Dudley Davis: OriIcii I.. Mills, ,i..iln;
Miss Hayes's work ns supervisor was Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Mills : Mr. nnd Mta.
merely Incidental to her work as teacher. I H. Carnegie I'liipps and ("apt. B, V.
Tiie dismissal of Miss Hayes is to be- Hutchinson of the I'mteil S'ltoa battle
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port Other rnrtles.
Niwi-ost, n. I., July 80. 'Mn, n
Mrs. Perry Belmont rave a dinner to
night In honor of dovernor and lira,
Charles 8, Whitman, the no'ernorhatlnB
arrived on Saturday from Albany to
pass the week end here with his family.
There was a larso party of cueeta
present and they were entertained siter
dinner by an Ea-yptlnn mind reader.
Mrs. Ofrdcn Mills nlso R.ivo a dinner
to-nlnht and timonff thoso elvlng
luncheons were Mrs. Henry Clows, Mra.
J. Fred Derson, Jr., Mrn. Spencer y.
Eddy and Vr, QeorRe Holllm? Lee at
their summer homes, ami James J. Van
Alen at the Oooseberry island Club la
honor of Mr, nnd Mm. Orlswold Thomp
eon, who left for New- York by motor
later In the day.
Governor and Mrs. It, Livingston
Beeckman also r.ivc. a luncheon to-day
at Land's End and they, nccompanied
by Mrs. French Vandeibllt, left for New
York on tho yacht Halcyon clurlnfr tho
evcnlnr; to attend the HurIich notification
exercises. Governor and Mrs. Itecck
man have taken Saturday nlRhts In
August for dinners, and amonR their
guests will be Mr nnd Mrs. Frederick
O. ileach nnd ltepreentatlvo nnd Mra.
Mme. Tadensy I.nboyko of the lio
perlal Ballet nf I'etroRr.id danced at a
reception Rlen by Mrs. Jamca J. Brown
this evening and there were a number of
Informal dinner nnd supper patties at
Hill Top to-nlRht for the second of hte
Sunday evening concerts,
Mr. and Mrs Albert Symington and
Mr. and Mrs. 1). Albrrtlnuy of New
York were here to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. lleorge I'eabody Eustls
of Washington aro offering tlio Beeches,
their Ucllevue avenue estate, occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Fiederlck II. Allen of
New York, tor sale.
Former Senator George lV.ibc.dy Wet
more, who has been 111 In Boston, will
return here In August.
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delphia, visiting Mr. and .Mm. Alexander
Hamilton Bice; Mr. and Mrs. Gustav
a. r. v one oi .nv ion,, guests ot aira.
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