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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1916.
NEWPORT GOLF AIDS
FRENCH RED CROSS
Dinners Arc Given by Robert
WhHou Goelefc and Mrs.
Hamilton W. Cary.
jfrs. HninlHon Cnrhurt Con
templating the Purchase
of n Farm Estate.
K.irpr.T. It. T.. Sept. 11 The benefit
mt match at the Newport Clolf Club ,
jjiuroiy iiri''"'"t " I
ondr Hie filiation f Mrs. Uarfnco .
pobn, "HI "" the T.rencli Ited r ro-i
tirliR Muriri re, Aiioinrr
mncli benefit Is be!ii arranged to ake
drf at the home of Miss Martha C.
fedman In Ucllevuc avenue a week from
Wrtr.ssdav. This will be a recital by
Xrt, Maude McCJarry Tlbbetts for the
MsrfH of the orphans of Franre.
tr. and Mrs. George McFadden have
Ntumtd to their winter residence at
IMtmont, Pa. Joseph K. Wldener has
fjroinH to Philadelphia on his ateam
dinners were given this evening
tr llobert "'alton Ooelet and Mrs.
Jmlltoii W. Cary. Mrs. Frank K. Slur
0 ha announced a dinner for to
Mrs Hamilton Carhart of Detroit, whn I
a occiipvlrr Mrs. W. Rogers Morgan1' I
IWor lodre this fummer. may become n ,
imruntn' Mimmcr resident, for It Is
itld ttt Is contemplating the purchase
ft a fam estate 'n Mlddletown to he I
tjtd gs a summer home.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Duke are re
tarnlr.g to New York on September 2.
jtrs. C'gtlcn Cloelel will not close Ochre '
Court until the end of October.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Suffern Taller gave
sitnncr at Honeysuckle IOdge this eo
Blnf. It Is reported that Mr. and M's James
Oerdcn Pnnett will rctu-n hero next
MMen and that thry bae taken a cot
tigt In (he Ochre Point dlstr'ct.
TreMon Gibson lias gone to New York
tolflt Mr. and Mrs. Udson Bradley.
Mrs. Cnitirlius Yanderbllt Is lsltlng In
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
WMorf.Aiinrl Sandy Tlinmpmn. Iluf
ftlo: K. A. I .ushlln, rhlcafo; (i. I.. Well".
it Louli: i M. Howell, nuion: tt.
MiUlt. N 0-lan; II, R. I.mla. tlaltt
nan: II B- Tlh"l. Dayton: Mr. and Mrs.
1 H. Whit". Albanv; T. TKicari, Indian
ipoi:r 1' W. aiv Mr. Auitln, Knoxvllle,
TB?imont W. P. Broun. Wafhlmton; W.
g. Tl're. Itooht'ter: .1. V. Thorn. San
franc'i": ceorrc Armliitead, llalttmore:
Mr. ri Mr. It C. Morgan, Minneapolis
II. V Mulllns Du'.utli; C. II. and Mrs.
i'lsh'itan A. II. Vail, Weiteheatsr, Vs.:
lti-fitt .1uhnton, riiocnlxlllf. Pa..
Mr. r Mr. T. J. Allen. Cleveland: Wong
Kwnr. Hankow; J. O. Khodea, II. H.
Ai'or Brlg.-Gen. Oerg A. Dodd. Col.
T. C. Dlcainnon. .Major u. v. jamiefon
rata F. C Harrlnalnn. I' 8. A.: Mr. anil
c lUrr'initt.n. r 's. a.: Mr. nii 1
xn. p. mud Miero, iiarana; juin ana
Mrs Cardona, Clenfuesoi; William rteorge,
Blrmlirham. Enslund: CrneNt 1. Harrl.
StKkholin; W. AJlrup. opellhae. K. C,
Btlil'y, Iondon: Mr. and Mrt. Km lire,
Vienna: Herman and Mlie Allen fialorez,
Kr. and Mrt. A. C. King. Hudapett; Fran
cH Ponp, Spain: Mr. and Mrs I.ui ai r.
v:dlt!eio, Kernando L. Toro, Ponce, l'orto
VenJerbllt Mr. and Mr. P. M Rackett.
UtltTllla; J, U Drown. Oallaa: Mr. and
Km Nathan llerxb, Hallaa Helshti. Canal
line: O. M. Halm, St. Paul; D. II. Mc
Deuitl. Sydn.y: K. (iarabaldl, Havana; C.
T. Thow.i, Waehlncton.
C!r!di e Joieph Alexander, Detroit: P.
. Fciier. Chlcasn: V.. n. Cis!ll, Dmali;
Mr. and Mm J. D. Mntlh. New Haven.
VcAIptn Alfred J rnoper, N-w Orleans
r. tni Mrs. D. S. norland. Port Mvore.
nerlda: II, C. and Mm Wllllamion, !yr
cum; Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Vlnee, Hhanghal;
Ketert M. Hitch, Maiannah: H. II. Auitln,
Knl?l(erhocker Mr and Mr. II. II. Doo
ley. Detroit: V.. H. WIUUm, Toronto: John
u. eproui, i ieveianii: w. II, .tit-Mauler,
t A. Donovan, Iloeton: John and Mr.
Cor:. New York city.
Merle Antoinette Major and Mrs. 3. T.
Cribr., V ,s. A., s. w. and Mri. Carman.
ntUdelphla, M. K. Itodman, Denver.
plaia Mr. and Mre. K. D Zalilo. Arten
Ms. P I and Mine, '""artier. Parl: Mr.
ai Mre. John H. (-,raene, Pasadena; David
r.d Mr- .Stern, Chlcagu; James Redmond,
Net!.rlanJ J. P. Orant. London: F and
R Urojdouekl. Warsaw ; W. C. Shine.
niu.Curlson Mr. ind Mrs. J. U. hrane,
Bsiton H 1.. Stuart. Chicago; J. C. I'.ick
d. Philadelphia; K A. Corbett. Provl
!". A II. and Mrv Johnson. Mr. and
llri J. c Walsh. New York city.
Murray Ilttl fi. Ar- Carr. Undon: Kd
rd Miemey, providence; James Stokley,
Fhjl.delphla; A A. Hlckert, Orlando, Kla.
flritforrt Mr. and Mrs. Parker. Jr..
Wi.ttinctnn; J. n. and Mr I.wls, Newark.
Prk .Avenue C. H. Clrlch. I'hlladel.
pla, B. C. Toole, Koi'herter; F. J. Itelf,
trolt, A H Stookall. Halt I.ako City;
r St Cloud. Hoston.
Herald square Walter U Elliot. Wash
Jtlon I. II Tate, Ho.ton, It. f. Wlih
nsston. Cnlumtda, S C . C It. Matthews.
?. Orleans. T r I'lm.rri.i
.N C Hooker. S'arf.ilk. Dr. II. M.
Col.; W. P. Garrett,
riattsburg; V. C,
pilling. Ilaltlninre; II (. Ciayow, New of
fl" 5,i"- -""d Mrs. II. L Appleton, Wll-
"' i'i-i. i.. I,, anil Mrs. nay, iioen
nr, Colin c, Ilodrn, Camden, N. J.;
Sf". fll'-hards. Washington. Dr. T. H.
I..?1".' k' All-anv; Ir. K F. strons. Hoe.
p !'" 'lnlniiatl, Harry Morrli.
, ! ' . Stephens. Prtronrad.
Imp-rlal w. V Smith. Altreil Hell.
Un.lon. Dr. n. W. w.r'. St. Louis; A. H.
Hartfniil, , w Fields. Lynchburg,
ii C ,!' Hrouks. Koheter: Alain Cha
Ikfi.1'. ,"J"vr. Mass.; V K. Pltrgerald.
1 u '.".V,- A Ames, New Orleans,
MiMiMoii, rittsneid. yuti.
At.DtMV. -rr.irt, on September 11. 111.
In hi. seventieth year, beloved husband
or Ma M Iialdwtn and father of UIIzh
Ii L. ami I', lister Ilalilnln.
t nr s'rvles -it Ills lato residence,
.M.ion etr-et, llrookln, on Wcdnea
.av entng s o'clock.
C0IC .'u'll'-nli, on September 9, at 7
I'. 'I . Jnlin P Colin, beloved husband
"t I.qveiita II. liunn, In his (orty.slsth
'Mr, t his summer residence, New
fsns'a, .-vi'-e, s P, M. Tuesday at
h i'ii Km e of Mrs, Samh It, Marr,
HI .-"terllnB plaee, "orn-r Cndertilll
ni' Hrooklyn. Interment private.
rOUI.Kit -KMza Little, widow of Jona.
hn A Ponltr. suddenly, ut lilen
ov I 1., In the elghty-sventh )ear
Bf h r ape,
I.Urm.tit nt Cherry Valley.
"tN.NXSSV At llansor, Me., September
1. Iir Iianiel Henntas)', father of Mrs.
Vltr O. Hooka of Vonkers, Wilfred
. Ilfnne.sy and Cathaleen llennesey,
'"rin-ily of New York, end Mrij J,
Ar'liur Murphv of Cragmera Park.
UJlF.s.- on Monday, September 11, 151.
Th'imnt. I.einud James, at hla real
denee, 7ii park avenue, New York
Hy. In Hie eighty. sixth year of hla agt.
Funiral .rvlces Church of the Heavenly
,lfl Fifth avenue, and Forty-fifth
lr'it, on Wednmday, September I),
ISiii.st In o'clock. Interment at Urook
M: remetery, llnsl'wood, N, J at
tonveiiUnce of family,
"OAKIls riuddenly, at Bheltar Island
lIHnhti., S'pteniber 10. Margaret A.
Sondes, widow of Oeorge Noafcea.
lui'iiil scrvliea at Ht. Stephens Church,
rll. ninth Hrect near Broadway,
Wednesday, Peptember II, 10 A. it.
EOUAN-.Klizabelh, Service! "TUB
ITNlHtAL CHUHCI1," llroadway, Ulsty
l'h to Hlily. seventh atreats (Camp
k'll Hldg ), Tuesday evening, t o'clock.
WTLort - Suddenly, September , ll. of
Infantile parol) sis, Charles Ewlng, aon
f I'r. lining and Hahtl Morgan Tailor,
t4 t years t. munlhi.
MANY GOLFERS OUT
AT BRETTON WOODS
Lord and Lady Aberdeen
Speak Before Large Audience
at the Crawford.
UltETTON Woooi, N. ., Sept. 11.
Hundreds of people arrived at the White
Mountain resorts by automobile to-day
and the golf link were crowded. The
annual White Mountain championship
tournament started at the Waumtwk
Uolf Club, where live sixteen qualified,
and at the Maplewood, ltethlehem Coun
try Club, llretton Woods, DIxvllU
Notch. Bugar 11111 and the other prin
cipal courses many were playing.
Lord and ldy Aberdeen, who are at
the Crawford House, spoke there before
a larie aUdlrnpo thl rvanlnr nn tlislr
work for Ireland.
Mrs. Chester Hagon and Mrs. Krank
"u"nn oi mo lthwioivi House lett
there to-day to visit Mr. and Mrs. K. V.
Potter at the -Mount Madison House at
Mrs. John Marklo will lakn Mrs. J.
Hood Wright back to the North Shore
this week. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Conyng
ham will leave this week for Bryn
Mawr. Pa., where Mr. Conyngh&m. will
exhlblf a string of thoroughbreds at the
ho'ee show. They will return to the
Mount Washington for the October sea
son. Mrs. Thomas Denny Is leaving the
Maplewood at Plttatleld this week for
the Profile House. Mrs. A. 8. Jarvls
Is entertaining her nephew, Edward L.
Wllaou, who motored from Watervllle.
11. The Rev. W. T. Crocker, chap-
nun in tne united Plate army, Is com
In to the Profile from the Mexlcin
"order for a rest.
WHITE SULPHUR ACTIVITIES,
Meet at Ureeafcrlrr tor I
Another Ran. '
White ffcuMivrt SnitNas, W. Vs.,
Sept. 11, Mr. mid Mrs. John Mngee
nnd Mr. and Mrs. It. T. WMgliam of
New York rode to Hobb's Ridge this
morning, and Miss Hvelyn Hvans, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrtman K. lJvans
of Now Jersey, took her dally canter to
valley View trail. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray
Flick drove to Old Sweet Springs and
Kills Watnwrlght drove to Hot Springs
The hounds met this morning at the
nrcenbrler uil drew Mr, Montngtie'H
covers. In tho Held were Lawrence
Ulckson. M. F. H. : the Misses Klleu A
.. .. , i . . ! .. r ... ih.iu.i.ImI.U
Car-line Rulon Miller. Marion Strobe).
Katharine MrFadon, Gwendolyn Ruth
el ford. lMward Huckley 3d of Phila
delphia and James Osborne. Jr., of
The Two Hundred ThouJand Dollar
Club of the New York Life Insurance
Company Is holding Its annual meet
200,000 AT CONEY FESTIVAL.
Twenty-Hie rioat and Fifteen
Handa In Carat al Parade.
Conev Island's fourteenth annual car-
nl-al got under way last night to the
acoomrjanlment of llftern brass bauds I
and twenty-five decorated floats In a
parade down Ocean Parkway and Surf i
avenue, while 200,000 persons looked on1
and cheered. The festival will continue
throughout tho week.
Among the floats were those repre
senting National Preparedness, Thrift,
Watchful Waiting, Fashion, t'nprepared
ness. Home Defence, Frolic, Mirth,
American Heauty. Luna Park and the
Statue of Liberty. Five hundred police
men kept the situation well ln hand and
there was little serious disorder.
To-night the Kllu will hold forth.
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
WATKniiPllV. Conn., Sept. it.- Motor r
rTlals at the I Ion I Klloii. Mr. ami Mrs.
Altrt riiesrbioiigh, Miss Alberta I'hen brollgh.
Miss Mats I I're.l.r, Mrs. Harold Preston,
orthport, L. I. tl'leree Arros); Mr. and Mrs.
It. II. McCuunel, Miss Catherine Slilpmali. Mrs.
I.. Sliliunaii. .New York t('aillllai') ; Mr. and
Mrs. i seonei'i, scfineiu. ?ir. jonn i-n.
erts. Mis. Itolnrts, stsiuforil. I mm irlercei;
Mr. ami Mrs. V, O. Jenner. Mr. aim Mrs I.. I,
Hill. New York iPseknnt) ; Mr and Mrs. II.
Dcden Chlolni. New York (Peerless) : Mr. and
Mrs. w Smith, Montriair. N. J. ii amnaei;
Mr, and Mrs. P. H. MrAdon, Ntw York
hevrolet) , Mr slid Mrs is. M Musser.
Punttalawuev tlluieki; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miller. Mis W Ilannard. Wilmnifton iHulem
MANCIIKSTKIl. Vt.. Sept. 11,-Arrlisls by
autoniohlle at tli Kqulnot House; Mr. and
Mr.. Harry M William.. Janet II. Williams.
Honald R Williams. Oraute. N J (l'ackar-ti;
Mr. and Mr. Frederick II. Caston. Miss (las.
Ion, Miss K. II. liastun, I'. 11. liaston, Jr., ().
II. Elsworth. ilreenwleh. Conn. : Mrs. K H.
HIereher. New York iChalmersi; Mr, and .Mrs.
It. W. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Itolllns,
leomlnstrr (I'aitlllae) ; Mr. and Mrs. W M.
Stow, K. n. Whitney, Hartford (Locomobllei :
Mr. and Mrs. J. w'. Smith, I'nuldenee iCadll
lae: Mr, and Mrs. W. n Myers, New York
floeoiiiulille) : Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Terry,
llrldreport. Conn. (Chalmers! ; Mr and Mrs.
C. A. Merrill, Ksst Orsnce (Cadlllaei, Mr.
and Mrs. W, K. nice. Won-ester (Parkard):
Iir. and Mrs. W H. Kuilesby, Hurllngton
il'lenvi; Mr. and Mrs. II C llrvan. Mr. aid
Mrs. f He Sullltsn. New York ll'.nksrdi;
Mr. and Mrs i.eorse S. West, Swstnpsnitt ;
M'. sua Mm. Ilobert Psmon. Sslem (I'aekardl,
watkiss. N. V. Scrl II. Motor arrivals
at th? (ileii Springs: Sir Adam and Lady
lleek. Miss Heck. Iindon. Canada ll'lerce
iui.l, Me ami Mrs. E. W llul'tt. .Mr. anil
Mrs. A. J. Seslfe, Cleveland (Wlillel ; Mr. and
lrs. I). II Thomson. Toronto (Hudson); Hr
and Mrs. Thwslore Wright, HiitTalo (Auburn) :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. IKi.alme, Mr. and
si... nnrI. V. WihlMT. Nevr York (Pferless):
Mrs H .1 Shepherd, S. It. Shepherd, buffalo
Mr, ii M Iiste. Jr. c"n.
ikiVMl'ss' A-w May llsemi.
duller) ; Mr. ati'l 5
..... V f lllnl, k
rvsnsTllIe, ind, (I'siksrui : nr. aim ..irs. r..
i; Wo.idriirT, Auburn (Pierce Arrow); Mr. and
Mrs. M. It Austin', Itoihester (Wler) : Mr.
and Mis. II. K West. C.rsnd Ksplils (Pack
snl) Mr ami Mrs. C K. Harris. Mr. and . Mrs
C Ii. Ilnls. Ilrantloril, Conn. (Mcl.siichlln) :
Mr. and Mrs .1 C Wlegand. Wllkebsrre
K'adlllart: Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Keep. Mr and
v ii u.iii,.it irfkpo't (raiksrill
' COOPKRSTOWN. N Y Sept. 11 Automo.
We nrriesla s the ote.si-tsi WMIIsm C.
Moore. .Miss Harriet Moore. Pltlaburi iCad.
Me ml Mis Sohurler V S Hmiilton.
C D. Fletilier. Saratoga. N Y lnte-n.
Miss E. Gerhard. Mrs E II. Eagan. Miss
Lang. Huftalo (Pierce Arrow); Miss Marjorte
Vllea Tn'eilo O'-lo- 0, Cun'.er. IJreenalrli.
Corn i Mrs C W Ityim .1 II Bran. Toledo
"teari..': Mr. and Mr.. Fred N Palmer, Sew
York (White): Mis. Mary Kose Patten. M
Ellzal-th fatten. Wlilteslioio. N Y ! Miss
Jane K. Patten. Plba (I'J.Uardi: Mrs. A H.
Fibers Ilohok.n. N ! 'rs II. (Iu.n k. Tnn'x
klnsville. N. Y : K. P. Oross. New York! .
W. Hillings. Htanifocl. Conn, illiilctatj Mrs.
C M. Ilsdalev. Hoston; Mrs. L. H. jtevens.
Maeon. ua. (iiupmoniiei; 1..1.. ......
W Ellsworth. Johnstown, N Y (Jeflreyi: Mr.
and Mrs J O Waterman. New York iSlm,
nleii: Mr. and Mis. William Pierson Jiidson.
Oswego (Overlandi; Miss (icild, Mis. Snow,
Miss Wilsiiii. Miss Palmer. Iloxbury, N, Y.
'BFN'vVOOns. N H. Sent. ll.-Mo.or
nrrivals at the Mount Washington: Uiarlea
S Cornell. New York (Hudson): Watson A.
Tyson. Kiveisl.le. Conn. (Simnlei): Ko'iert
McNutt, New York (Cadilln i; Henrv A. JIofT
man. Providence (Ihercei! Francis C MeLaln,
Cleveland (Wlntnni: Edmund W Denney,
dnnatl (Hulck): Mrs C.eorje Plumnier. Ilos.
ton iVaikiiid): Charles II. Sweatt. Mlnneapo
." Uulek." ''Archibald Hubbard. Portland
locomobile',: Thomas II. ( Ifford. New York
(Packanti; Arthur K. Andiewa. New York
(Packard) Waller F. Kerns, New York
IimieUi' S Walter Provost. New York (Cdtl-
.ct Mon Lei' era. New York (llukk,; Wll.
'. II. I asVett, New York (Cadillac)! Uenflrey
M IJa'e New York (Packard): H. W. Stick.
n-'v New York (Oldsi: Edward B Aldrleh.
Providence (Dodseii Allison L. Vlllars, New
MOVEMENTS OF YACHTS.
NKW LONDON, Conn., Sept. U.--Tlie
Presndent's yaiht Mayflower arrived her
his evening; The auxiliary brig, rigged
vacht Xarlfa. Charl" N. Nelson; the mix.
Illiry aVhooner yacht Iris. Vernon C. Hrnwn,
and the power yacht Klsana III, also have
""'h'ateam yacht Vanadls. Morton P.
Plant, left for New York with Mr. and
Mrs Plant on hoard. The steam yacht
Lorana. John W. Hubbard: the auxiliary
schooner Mavis, ft. T. Hubbard, ami the
power "yacht. Cynthia III. and Whirlwind.
Julius Flelsrhmann, are In the harbor.
The auxiliary aelmoner vai'hl Crusader
If. Cilwln Palmer, went out (if commission
to-day and will occupy her usual berth
here for tba winter.
PRESIDENTS OF O.S.
IN ODD PROCESSION
George Washington Quits Park
Row Institution for
GREAT GALAXY IS GONE
Wax Figures in One Horse
Truck Attract Curious
(leorge Washington emerged from the
Tribune Building Into Spruce street at
12:43 o'clock erterday afternoon and
r"um siignuy uueci position on a
one horse truck, the rail of which served
to maintain his equilibrium and dignity. ,
ll w.i tin... i... n .i,. .,...
He mi followed by all the other Presl-
oenia irom jonn Adams down to Tlico
The neighborhood forgot Its luncheon
hour In watching a century and a quar
ter of history In procession. The Park
Row Debating Society, engaged In so
cialising the universe at the feet of the
Franklin etatue, test Its quorum and dis
solved. Nappers on the benches of City Hall
Park, awakened by the scampering of
boys, rubbed th'.lr eyea and shuffled
toward Spruce street, which quickly be
came impassable and stayed so until
c:eft b" ortl of policemen. The
Prcll,"'. except ln the phjslcal eense.
were unmoved. They surveyed tne scene
without curiosity, evn with hauteur
nil except Millard rillmorc and Martin
Van Huren, who woie no heads.
Memories of tho lldeti Mtisee and Mrs.
Jarley's Wax Works were stirred among
old timers who looked on. Tor the Pres
idents were that galaxy of wasen and
painted Immortals who for ten years
have adorned the showiooni of tho In
ternational Correspondence Schools in
the Tribune Uulldlng. Structural altera
tions have temporarily closed their abode
to the public and they nro being taken
,t?r?Jt0". L "?. J?Ki 'l.l
Hence the truck In Spruce
Crabbed Gen. Grant First.
-. . ..... .1.
iioiii row or tne exiuiui aim men lain
their hands upon Tippecanoe and tiie
.1....t .1.. la. I .1.. .....!
Colonel. When deposited on the truck
Rutherford H. Hayes mid CheMet A.
Arthur were tied together with a rope,
which was clos-er than they ever got In
real life, as lemarked ri spectacled gray-
beard who remembered that President
Hayes reniord Arthur from the ..nice of
Collector of Customs for the Port
-New otk In 1S.S.
Some of the Presidents were placed on
their feet In a standing position, from
which they lurched ut scandalous
angles. Others were allowed to sit.
James Monroe had bis back turned to
James Madison. Gen. Jackson and Will
iam Heniy Harrison faced each other,
nodding Jerkily. Grover Cleveland, Ren
Jamin Harrison, Andrew Johnson and
James Huchanati were lined up In an
other row, with Taylor, Tyler and Pierce
Srratlntsed ke Drlser'a .cck.
Iloosevelt and McKlnley atood at the
front of the truck scrutinizing the back
of the drivers neck, which was shaveii.
Lincoln, Grant, Jefferson and ashing-I
ton were squeeid logrther In cio-e
quarters. John Adams and tiartield sat
at the back or the truck, nut their legs
did not swing. A boy tried to stick n
toothpick into jonn .Miamsei mourn ami.
falling In that, combed bis hair. The
realness of the hair of all the First
Cltlicns was expounded proudly by an
attendant, who said: "stewed to the
scaln. every one of 'em."
irn wnn nuriap aprons ami wiin no iween .Mr uukc aim i.ngar iingni, i.a
regard for historical continuity or prece-1 M"tte Coliu and Morris Duanc. Others
dence carried out the Presidents one at cit the tea tables were Dr and Mis.
a time. They grabbed Gen. Grant first I Harold II. Fries and Miss Fries of New
bec.iut-e lie was nearest to them In theiYoik, tov. It. I.ivlng-toii Heeiknun,
Ah the truck moved off an Irreverent ,pr LcViix with her daughter, ' was senior member of the firm of Weber
person shouted: "HI! There goes the Mth, Albert H. Shittuck, nnd lias gone ,sV HloiHlgood of 60 Fulton street, Man
strike breakers." Horace Greeley, who , ;sriHr(.rr Lodge. huttan. blank book tiiunufacturers. He
has been moved from hla pedestal In
front of the Tribune Building, was
spared the agony of seeing a truckload
of Presidents pass by with no room in
It for him. Tho crowd followed the
wax works through Mall street ovei to
Broadway. When last seen from The
Si-M ofllce Thomas Jefferson had been
Jostled from his attitude of hopeless
rectitude, but bis right hand, like that
of Davy Copperncio s Agnes, was ever
KRAFT 500,000 WILL FILED.
Old Tanner" of Bronavllle Left
Plana Secret ta Hons. I
White Plains, N, Y Sept. II. The
will of the latei Frederick W. Kraft,
known as tho "old tanner" of Bronx-
ville, who left an estate estimated to
i b worth close to inoo.OOO, was tiled for
probate wltn surrogate lawyer at nunc
Plains this morning.
Mr. Kraft, who was 81. held the
secret procets for the manufacture of
high grade leather which Is UBcd In
piano keys. The secret was Imparted
to his sons, William F. and John Kraft
before Ills death, and after leaving them
the bulk of his fortune, he requests them
to continue the leather business In
Bronxvllle. After leaving his grandson,
William Dlnsmore Kraft, his gold watch
and all his valuahlo diamonds, the de
cedent beipieathi J'.'.OOO to Frank Gal
low, drucrlbed as "the young man I
J. J. HILL LEFT $40,000 HEBE.
Son Applies for Ancillary I.etlere
Louis. W. Hill, president of the Great
Northern Hallway, and son of the late
head of tho road. James J, Hill, applied
yesterday to Surrogato Colmlan for an
cillary letters oi aununmiraiiuii tin in'
estate of hla father, who died last May
9, leaving no will.
Mr. Hill says mat nis lamer leu reai
and personal property In this State worth
(40,000, Letters of administration on
the estate were Issued on July 3 In St.
Paul, Minn., where most of the estate
NEW DALY ESTATE EXECUTOR.
n, M. Henry Appointed to Handle
Theatrical Man' Property.
Richard M, Henry, an attorney o
Yonkers, wns appointed executor of tho
e?tato of the lute Auguslln Ualy, the
theatrical man, by Surrogato Cohalaii
jestrrday, to take the place of the late
Justice Joseph Francis Paly, brother of
Augustln Paly, who died a month ago.
Although Augustln Paly riled In
tho administration of his estate has not
yet been completed, and a decision Is
isslng awaited on objections filed a year
ago to an accounting of the parties then
acting as executors.
Kwifl Comimny's sales of Ileef In New
York City for tli week ending Haturdav
Sept. 9th, averaged as, follows: Uoiiifsllu
Href, i:.t: cents pr pound.- Aiv.
TYSON, MOTOR RACER,
TAKES BRIDE NO. 3
Secretly Weds Miss Exincr
Girl Ho Was Expected to
Marry Wires "Good Luck."
Giuknwich, Conn., Sept. 11. John
Hamilton Tyson, wealthy, and widely
known as a reckless motor driver
through being arrested many times for
speeding, Is married again for the
third time. The bride was Miss Rose
Budd Kxlner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kxlner of 287 Lexington avenue,
ti,. . i. .... ...
last nigh! .Hhe homi of Jus Ice of The '
Peace Albert 8. Mead, who performed I
the ceremony after Town Clerk Robert I
Wlllstood was routed out
ut of bed to i. i
sue a license The only wltnesi wai
Judge James V. Walsh of IlrldgeDott.
1 r..ilti.tult, ii tn Ar...tt.. ..I n. .......
l0la ln niventlde to-night thi couple
will leave to-morrow for n honeymoon
-Mr. Tysons first wife was Grace lithel
s,lirri from ,)e WM dlvorctd Bev,
years ago. Ills second matrimonial ven-
J. lor"y BV1?n' I
i a 7. JCLXZT I . ucacn'"
,h,.: SnJr1 " '"ir lfBVl"K
i , . , , ,
. Wa. "IT1-1"80 w,s a '"rprlse
to Mr. Tyson B friends, as no one sus-
pected an intimacy between tlie two. In
fact, the bridegroom received a telegram
from another girl to-day whom every
one thought he wou d marry as soon as
ehe was freed from her present husband.
The telegram said:: "Coiigratulatlons, .
dearest boy, and good luck. '
Tyson, who Is 27 years old. Is reputed
to have nearly $2,000,000 In his own
right. His partiality for running motor
cars at high speed caused hltn scxeral
times to be arrested and tilled, and he
was once Indicted for tminr-laughtrr,
charged with killing a yacht club launch
man. Mr. livlner was surprised when In
formed last night of the tuairlage of
his daughter Ito-e to Tyson, lie had
Jut returned from hl summer voltage
at Asbury Park mid had heard nothing ,
of It It was learned that the daughter,
accompanied by a Firm-h maid, had left
the Ixlngton inonuo house Sunday ,
morning for Greenwich.
MRS. A. B. DUKE ENTERTAINS.
Tea Versed n I.airn Darin Hat
.prlna;a Tennis Match.
Hot SrniNi., Va Sept. II. -Mm
Angler It. Duke entertained at tea on
the lawn tills afternoon near the tennis
. . .. . ..
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hsler Meets, m-.
and Mrs. Samuel Hinds Thomas Mr.
. . . . ,. ... .
nnd Mrs. F. H. Jennings, lMward Shel
don and Mr. ami Mr.-. Francis K.-y
Pendleton and Mltn 'Iharlotte Delatleld,
who arrived from New York tn.dav
Mr. and Mis. llerl-ert M. llarrlman
drove to Fasslfern Farm to-day and
Minima: a lame number of hutseback
riders who followed the trails were
James Turner of New York, who rode
over the Massey Hear loop trail ; l.ugene
A. Phllblu. John Scarborough, O. J.
Gude. Miss Green nad Miss Walker. Miss
Kleanor Bright. Miss Kllse M. Smith and
To-days arrivals at the Homestead
Included Mr. and Mrs. William Whit -
oXnatnV and Mrs. J. A Gorman!
,. A. u-O-rn-n. Jr.. Mis, Agnes u tl0r-
WOTTC HP TUT CrtTTiT WrtPTn
I Mf jm, Mr. wilber A. Hloodgood
,i MiH nsalle Hloodgood will shortly
. HrliircIIlT lanlge fur llio Virginia
nnt Springs, wlieie they w'll i.-maln
lml November 1
. .Mr, and Mrs. Macgrane Coxe left the
' j,,,,,. .v.is'iiu. lemg Beach, yesterday
r,,r sterling Manor, their country pi ue
i Soiithflrlds, N. Y
I or() aml j,;l,y .i,erdeen. nfter a visit
jIr, ; yTl. jm Hays Hunt-
, n,M n Gloucester. Mass., huvc gone
. t,, ,, white Mountains.
Mr. William L. Stronc hn concluded
I Kalph Bloomer gave a dinner Funday
. 1 .stirs hv tin. Sea. Lone He.ndi. I
Keats were Mrs. i ). H. P. Belmont, Mr.
11Mj ,ir(i, n. vrrly itoblnsoti. Mies Lota
. nblnsoii, Gross Horvvlu utul Charles
j Mr. and Mrs. Fiuley .1. SheparJ arc at
' .i, piTh lor a luief t.Uv.
i jjr. and Mrs. Louis .!. Treadwell have
returned fiom tho Greenbrier, White
Sulphur Springs, Va and will soon rc-
turn to Southampton.
John Jay Gordon of Philadelphia and
Miss Mary Gordon left yesterday for an
eastern cruise ulioanl tne Aurora as
guests of Stuart Wveth.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Hart
have closed their camp In the Arilron-
il.u-ks and have gone to The Homestead,
. Virginia Hot Spilnga.
1 nr. nnd Mrs. Alfred N. Strouse have
,turiied to 133 West Flfty-clglith street
,or lhc winter.
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ORIENTAL AND DOMESTIC RUGS AND
FlmtS Horner Cq Inc
T. L. JAMES DIBS AT
85; LONG IN POLITICS
Was Postmaster-General Un
der Garfield and Held Other
Thomas. Lemuel James, Postmaster
Otnernl In President llarfield's Cabinet,
died yesterduy ut his home, 784 Park
nvenue. He was born In L'tlca, N. Y.,
March 29, 1831. After learning the
printer's tra,do In tho oftlce of the tltlca j
UbrrtvPrrta he bought the Madison
County Journal In 1851. When the Re-
publican nartv was born In 1154 Mr.
' IT!!!!'? Mm
" .v:". r."" . n:
years, serving In the meantime as Col
leclnr of Canal Tolls at Hamilton, and
In IS61 was uppolnted Inspector of Cus
toms In New York. In ISTO he was up
poliutd Orputy Collector. Gen. Arthur,
who had liecom- folld.tor, made him
chairman of the Clxll Service Hoard. Ml.
.lames was one of the first advocates of
President Orant appointed him Post-
master of New York In 1IT3 and Presl
dent Hayes reappointed him four years
When David M. Key resigned the
Postmastcr-Oeneralslilp the post was of-
fcd to Mr JaInc who declnfd t.
Th(, vclr W(U na,e(1 for Mnyor
of New Yor by 10 jsepubllcuns and
AtcUntA t0 mlt ,vhPn President Har-
,.,,, announced his Cabinet on March D,
j sgIi MFi Jam(H became Potmaster-
,jpllrra, retrii1K in the reorganlxatlon
artrr t)le ,,,sag.natlon of the President,
0n h)a return ,0 Yor) Mr, Jame3
w,m nre.leni nf the new Mnrnln
Vnti,,,,.! nnW. The decree, nf master of
a. ro,,ferred on hltn In 1181 bv 1
Hnmiiton College, and that of I.U I. by
Madison Ciihrrslty In 1SR3, by St.
John's College In HS1 and by St. Fran
els Xavler's College In 1S8S.
Mre. Caroline C. Foster,
VcnoNA, N. J Fept. 11. Mrs. Caro
line C. Foster, "7 ears old, died latt
night at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Mary K. Jacobus, In Hnseland.
Mr. Foster wus born In llro-3k Valley,
living in mat piaec ana j-ine uroon uniu
the tleutti. twenty-five j earn ago, of her
tlrst huiband, Aaron Conklln. Since
the death of her second husband, Henry
Poster, six jesrs ago, she bad lived
with her daughter.
Dr. P.llsha Dyer LefgagTrell.
Oswrim. N. Y., Sept. 11. Dr, Hllfha
Dcr Iellliigwell, 67, founder of sani
tariums at Watlllns and Dansvllte, N,
Y died here to-day. He was born In
........ - ...... h..u tl, fn..t
Curnell Vnlverslty and the Itellevue
i0,pta medical school ln New York
i near Admiral (ieorge 17, llendee.
AIIIUIil. I i, null "n .l.uitntru iivin
nnooKMNg. Mass., sept. 11. Rear J HRinoisponT. Conn . Sept 11.- A one
Admiral Ger.rae 11 llendee. !. S. N. 5 eir-old baby wns served with papers In
tnllrtd). died at Ins home here lust
night. He was lm in Hoston 7,- years
jK and was retired In 1902 after more
tl'i.m forty years continuous service In
I ii' navmasters division OI l ie .Nav.' ,
ook part In many
natal rlir.-i.hi i
during the civil vr
Leonard Michel, Jr.
Leonard Michel, Jr., treasurer of tho
Michel Hrewing Company yt Brooklyn,
men r-uuuay in. hie iiume, .j rirsi piacr.
I rf heart failure. Mr. Michel was burn
' I" Virgin!.. forly-Mxe years ago. He. was
," memner or Aioion io.ige .n r. aim
j M, Ills widow a'nd ,ee daughteral
k 'e h.m. j
Mis Loalsa Brlatow.
Ml-s Louisa Brlstow, one of the found-1
'ers nf All saints .pleop.tI fhiircli.
ItrtniUtvYV utirl it sis-fee of tho lfe I'nll.
Kn ssni.111 Henty Hrlstow, died 011 Sat-
unlay at lier home, 1177 Pacific street
M,-s Hrlstow was lirn eighty-seven
. rs ago In St .Michaels, Azore Islands.
Sin- was brought to this countrv at an
,.,). ,1Ke anj ive,l most of lirr life
u, the park Slope section of Hmoklvn.
John Weber. !
John Weber, IS years old, did! on
Sunday at Ills home, 7 Stuuhopo slieet,
Hrooklyn. Mr. Weber was born in the
old city nf Brooklyn and for many years
1 la survived by hla widow, three sons and
Mr.-. Kdwln S. Cramp, i'A KhM Seventy,
seventh street, has announced tho en-
gagement of her second daughter. Miss
II, I'-irothy Cramp, to Heiibeu J. Hns
ot this city. Miss I ramp Is a daushler
"f th" late Kdwln S. Cramp and grand-
daughter of the late Chailes II, Cramp,
' b"Ui of whom were noted shipbuilders.
sue is u sister oi .Mrs. i neunore uonse
velt Pell. Mr. Hohs Is the sop of Mr. and
Mrs. Iteubcn W. Boss of New York and
Vermont and Is a direct descendant of
John llowland and John Tilly of Colonial
dns. He was graduated from Prince-1
ton in ii'ia ann is arsociaiea witn mo
tlrin of Lee, HIcbIiisoii ft Co of thi- d'v
The wedding wll! take place tills autumn.
FURS WORTH MILLION
PUT ON SALE HERE
Buyers From All Over U. S.
Bid for Rare Skins in
Milady will wear furs again this win
ter. There never has been any doubt
of that, hut to what extent han been
the question. That some very good fall
fashion prophets think she Is going to
bedeck herself with furs as never before
seems to be indicated by the spirited
bidding at the third New York fur auc
tion sale which opened yesterday In the
auditorium of the Masonic Temple, In
Twenty-fourth street, and lasted until
late last night. Skins valued at up-1
proximately $1,000,000 will bo offered ut I
Yesterday as fox day, Yliere rn
red fox, gray fox. cross fox, silver fox,
white fox, kltt fox, Australian fox, run
ning Into th- thousands of skill", but
the most lively bidding of Hip day wts
for the possession of a flnglc lot of KU
blue fox skins. One of the larger deal
ers, who was a disappointed bidder for
Urn rare skins, said the buycis "lutu
gone crasy" on the subject of blue fox.
and the prices reullzed were nearly 50
per cent, higher than the market prlccfj
For more than two weeks buyers from
all over the United Statii-i lme bc.i
arriving for the fur auction. This audi
torium was almost flll?d with repre-.
sentatlves of most of the large fur
houses In the country. The gallery alio
was crowded with spectators for the
opening session, Including one lone girl.
Before the morning session began a
motion olcttire of Auctioneer Noakes
with bis four nly coat of tan. which
I looked like a makeup, and his itaff of
. "spotters," war, made for an addition to
the tcenes already filmed for "The Great
Fur Industry," which will be shown at
''arnegle Hall in January. A view of
the bidders In action w as also taken dur
ing the rest Ion.
The .skins have been on exhibition st
the warehouse of the company In Great ,
Jnnev street, and during the sale an nu- j
tomeblle service between the Masonic 1
Temple and the warehouse has been I
maintained by tho company, so that the '
buyers can have a look at the skins be- I
tore bidding on them. I
Among the Interesting Items at the .
Jl.noo.non rur sale are Australian opoi
sum, mink, marten, bear, badger, murk-
at, lynx, wildcat, hour cat. ermine,
beaver, Russian sable. ea otter, clvot
eat, mole, wolf, Jap mink, ringtail catu.
leopards, marmots, dog, kangaroo, rats. ,
tiger cats, pony, wombat and the pelts .
of numerous other strange beasts. '
BABY SERVED IN A LAWSUIT.
One-Year-Old Heir to Hksrs In Mill.
Ian Hollar Relate Waainianed.
" lawsim 10-uay wnen "cpuiy Mierin
U""T, ,,V, ' "ivrrmie am
found little Helen i.reen at the palatial
summer home of her father, Harold
The baby Is one of twemty heirs of
JuneM lfree,t( n n Jle. l U( I.O"lS M
1914, leaving an estutn of $1,000,000.
Two of the heirs, Iaura C. Llttlebrant
and Marian C. Llttlebrant of St, Ixmls,
have hi ought suit to have the will set
aside on the ground that Green was In
competent. "Little Miss Springtime" Opens.
. .MllUAPM.r.iu. Sept. J ).-t,,e M.ss
---ingtlme. jw Klaw Lrlanger
mpi'sed Tiy Kinmerlcli Kaluian, the
invover if "S.irl," had Its premiere tit
tun est Theatre here ticulglit. and
Wa received with enthuslhsni. In the
..... n.l t...-u .i .1..
American debut on tills occasion ; Geoi ge
MacFarlitie, Georgls tVltamey. John i:.
u..TUr.i .i,.n. fntn.nnril. Ch-.ii.
,M,.akitig and George Proutv. "Little
m.s si.rinsiime" will be een :.t ib,.
New Amsterdam Tlieatre In New York
on September .'5.
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STATE SUES DUNN FOR $5,000.
Damaira tre Sought for Franda-
lent Hoad Work. i
Ntw cm, Sept. 1 1 -Attorney-General
Woodbury has entered a suit on be
half of the State In the Supreme Court
hetu to-day to tccoxcr damages from
Uat t Dunn, the Tatnm my leader and
I contractor, for fraudulent State road
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Dunn was convicted of defrauding the
State and put In Jail for eight months
I after a two years light, lie built roads
i In Rockland county that In some In
stances wore out In a wee!:.
Deputy Attorney-General Walts ap
peared before Supreme Court Justice
Piatt to-day, explaining that the State I
suing Dunn for $5,000 on hts bond that
he gave to guarantee lilf, work, and
asked that the case be put on the calen
dar for the next term of court. Dunn
and lite counsel were In court. No ob
jection as offered and the esse went
over until tho December term.
-open to every one.