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WARSHIP'S RETURN Engagement: of ?Miss Ton? kin and Ensign Lake Announced. MISS PARIS TO BF W. P. PHILIPS'S BRIDE Duchess of Marlborovgh Will Sail To-morrow for I nt'Janii. gag ? ents of Inte est to the ?or si ?'ortd ure b?-**._ made known almosl daily, and ; rormal announce ?nent was mad? he bet othsl of v ?. Rosamond Tonkin to Ensign Ko; . Lake, I'. S. \.'. and of Mi. ilsrrirt P. Varis to W:Mi?ni P. Philips. . daunitei of John J. . of Euclid Hall, Broadway end -? I . who is st1 lo the North l?.*.ko*n. > ?i >on o,' Dr. i.-.1,-r ck Lake, ... Florence, s. r. Tie ? ? ?bin a will i . ? 01 toon n - the N'ortk Dakota returns from Southern ? Paru is a daughter of Prs ''? Pai Ksst T'.'d st She was trodu? ' '.' society last winter. Mr. p . \? ho Hi e - . ? 12 "?Vi -1 4 Itfa ? ' el i':. Geot-g M. Philips, of 1!*? was gradu : "?.?in Harvard, cla-.s *07, and is a \ ley, Piping Rock ? I other club-?. No ?lute hu? t.ecn set wedding. rhe Duch? of MarUiotouKh will - in town to-day fron?. Ne.vr.ort. ?Ill ? ? to morrow for England ? " He Vaterland. Stanton Leed;, e?' 16 Graiaerey Park, ??ill leave to??n t..-.la\ for Bar Har* ier, where he t? ni h- i>i-. eue?t of Mr. ind Mrs. Werner M. Leeds a'. Green' ? a*' ?. . William Post i? a guest a* the camp of Mr?. Thomas 11. Howard on Lower -? Regia Lake, in the Adirondack*. ? hsrle ?Lanier, jr., ha? left New? and _on- 1o White Sulphur Spring; . *?*? , \ ?.. to <r>cnd a fortnight. Mr. arid Mrs. ?.?-erp-e I,suder < ;: "C". it'-, who -.ere to sail for Kurone ,t few .lay-. have cancelled ?heir owing trouhlc ?r. Eu ? Irehibald S. Alexander will re 'roni Nevipoit to her hon'e in irdsvillc, N. -t.. next month. I re fieri?: A. Juilliar.l ha- gone to the "riental Hotel. Manhattan Beach, ?'-.ere he i?. the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Juilliard. I redcric 0. Heach. who is at the Ho ?anderhilt, ?,vi11 return on Sunday to Park Harbor, Me., where he and Mrs. Beach are spending the summer. Mr. anil Mr-. Roheit J. I oilier, who ed from Europe on Wednesday, ??.lil ?por.il the remainder of the sun ? Bin If Point Camp, I'aquctte Lake, _ Mr. av.d Mrs. J. Macy Willets have retarned from a fishing trip in Can* ad are new si Sew Marlboro, : . Mrs. William A. Putnam and the Missel Putnam have left South .?mpton. l-on? Island, for the Adiron '1 spei d the re inuaer at their ?.?imp. Mrs. Henry Meyer Johnson and Miss .. Johnson, who .-pent the -prir.g . arty .-umiru-r in the South, ai< ? -.Hip', ing their cottage at Pay . I o? ** Island. "r . ?,;lbert A. 1?. Eliott i- the gui H ther, Mrs. Willooghby Sharp. .?thatnpton. Long I.-!and. Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsend Burden, t., ??.i.?* ate in Denver, will return East at the end of August ar.d Ro to Newport for a short .-tay before open ina their t?awa house. ________?_? ? ?? - AT NEWPORT. -- pert, K. I., July 80. -Miss Mil? dred r'ive-1 and George Henry Warren, r.. celebrate?! their birthdays to-day. r.ven at the Clambake -. for 'hem. The rain prevented the tinal match n ihe women's double? a*, the Casino the playing went over until to sorrow. - Annie B. Jennings, of Fan field, ? enn., is a guest of Mr?. Hugh l>. Aachincle Mi.-.? Lewis? Scot! ? -a Kueft of Mrs. Henry S. P.cdmotid on the steam yacht laii hi the cruise of the Now York lacht flub. I'ommodorc E. C. Benedict ass ar - ?i on 1 vacht. tl>e Oneida. Berii Ye-nine, of the It'i lian Era - f, ha.? gone to New York on . ? i ? - . of Marlborough, who ?, bon th'- rrue.t of her mother, Mr?. ,?. if. p, 1*. Isn? Bt, at Marble He I ? for New York to? - . ?re --he will sail foi .. on Ssturdsy on the Yader? . . ? gave a dinner a* < -a< Le Ig? tl - ? evening ? ere Riven tO-H l/anderhilt at the Hr.-ak.-t McK Twomhly at \ ? lai . rich Terry :?' Linden ',??? Bakhmeteil I Liv vere luncheon host? ,.? * . immei homes to-day. ; Hoe ea also haviag s er go ... -.-.; I... u idener, Mr?. Alex ? . . Edward J. Hei : LeRo) French, Mrs. Eugene .-. l:?-:.r..?l. ?!?-. Henry M. Cose anj -. Lippineotl Mrs. Richard Gamhrill is t<> give a .- on AjK'j I 12. and .Mr ? --"mi' . . < *< d A ig i '. 7 and 1.) ? : r< t. Hoase? B. Grant gs* s a dinner a- i ert Adai I?? i."?' of her Ca Moan, of Boston. ?? el i . ;-,. ? ol Mrs. Jaine? p, Bernechaa '.<id*-,. Mr. a? 'J Mi H' rii' rt Parson guests . H< r.r ? .,? ; - Reel _ ? i. rut. BtJU-SltsU-tj H? lei * Me>er -, i Bristed woa the foi ?? oa ? ? ?'- the ?>, iK r/iortiifi?*, de? '?t'-ng Miss tiroot Hedgwich and Mi i ? : ? . ? ':, >, ?':. ? .-..I Mrs. W. E Gi sold ar. ? "g congratulation?! on th? birt-i ?f a ' at Wvn-Hiu?.' Mrs Griswold a !.< '?..-'? h> r marriage fj Meeae, '? ia E, Pfaalf ?- * i has ? M Bof Harriot f,,r Ang I ' GOOI ;-? Wut entertained ? ' sea at tin '?:,-.' ley fai ? I ?? Mi ?. A A. bmas, ft Whet\,nr, W \* U sah M Whistler eaterteiai ?J er at Pie . ?_ ? ? ? " i a , .. ,,, , .i fuin '?, At' ?|,,., | f,?,? l.**r' ? ! ,?,? -J ().,., , .rrl. ,ag mxit. i Lugen?, Rehartai Bvalya t, MISS ROSAMOND fONKIN, Roberts and Kdmuud E, T?obert?. of Greenwich, and Mr. snd Mrs. I". E. Jamestown, of Boston. Mrs. .lohn i:. Alexandre and Miss M, Ci?'ili;*r Alexandre have gone to Sher? hume. Vt., as guests of Mr. and Mr?. W. Steward Webb. Gerald De Witt, Henry C. Smith and T. Pearsall Field sre gu? ts of Mr a;,.i Mrs. William ?. Oegood Field at High lawn Ho Mr. and Mr?. Jonathan P. Taylor, Miss A. M. Faye and Mis Fay? . of N? *?* *i ork, are at the Hotel Asp.nw-all. Mr. ami Mr->. George H. Gaston and Miss Dorothy Gaston have returned to tr.e Hotel Aspinwall for Augu?-. \r BMi HARB-OR. ? : .-. ;?? * * ' Trll : ! Mar Harbor, July 30. M 's. John Jecob Astor defeated 'Irr. Edgar How? ard in the -final march of the ladies' ..pfF]n? rn the Swimming (Tub ?our: this afternoon. 6 0, 6 2. A large gsl r* was in sttendance and sev?wnl tea parties ?cere given en the lawn. Among ;.'ftators were Mr?. Joseph Pulit? zer. Mr . Gouverneur Morris, Mrs, Frederic Neilson, .1rs. William Brock Shoemaker, Misses Katherine. Julia ent, ?K'.'e" Whiting, snd Mary and Marcella Allison. ( !ar.< Woodhouse, Kdgar Scott, Curtis Moffatt and Miss .Julia Calhoun. Mr.-. Nicholas Anderson was hostess at ? luncheon party to-day. Mr. and Mrs. K. McCormick Goodhatt, Oi London, are among I'.otel arrival?. \T SOUTHAMPTON. -.- ' ? ap i to The Trl a? Southamptoi, N. v.. July SO. Th ? eighth annual exhibition of the South? ampton Horticultural Society ? ? * d ye terday ar.d to-day in Agawam Pajrk. Tne entries were far ahead of the.* la t year. Socially it ra? siso a suc? cess. Yesterday afternoon the 1 a r g " mar? qu?e and the grounds were throng"l ?>'.*ith the members of the cottage eol ? sy. The principal attraction ?? as the display of luncheon and dinner table decorations ??f flowers and foliage, open to the ??vo-nen of the cottage colony. The i? it ? -is of the luncheon decora? tions were; F"ir<*r. Mrs. Kdmund Cof ? r.; tecond, Mist Katharine Van In^en; third. Mrs. II. H Rogers. Hinner tables First, Mrs. P. B. Wyckoff; iccond, Mrs. George C. 1?-* Witt; third. Mrs John F. Arehbold. Mrs. F. M. Home took first for bes?, three vases of outdoor-grown flowers for parlor. Miss K. M. Berry firsl for best basket ol nature-grown flower-? and Mrs. Henry S. Coffin second. One-half the net proceeds *?? ',1! he given to the Southampton Hospital. SZENDEI FY?Hl 8H. i :*.. Teles n ? te ?'? i THtii Na: racan?et' Pier, July M. Miss Flla A. Bush, daughter of Hr. and Mr?. J, Foster Hush, of Boston, and l?r. Elemer von Szendeffy, of Budape *. were married to-day in the Baptist ' hureh, at Wakefield, by th? Rev, H. Jerome White. The bride a*ore a dark blue t?a-. | costume, with purple that and white lac? veil. She was a? i lv i.'i ? 'er h t; aid of honor. l?r. and Mrs. Von Szendeffy v.ill s?,.! for Furope on August 4, snd pimi to spend their honeymoon ?>t their ram? mer home on the Danube River. Dr. and Mrs. Bush ??re .??? Narragansetl Pier foi the ? ? PERFECT SCORE FOR SANDY HOOK MINES Annual Service Test Success and Gives Many Fishermen hinc Catch. 'i b? ? ' test of i l!. . ommand ended erds I re ? ploded ?,r.<i h many I its scored. Each mine ...; loo pound?' of trotol, the n< ??*? ,.Xplo .- ' reei : adopt?.; bj the Wai Iir'oii tment, 11 e< etred by ai m . , ?,, ?? , ? ,, ? ? ? ? 111 ,: ,. well a ,?.?.. ?," n Column " ? stet/ epnl g frs -?,;?,? ?ii*? thro*?n 'i heights of '?'?''r* to 3D0 feet, Thousand i tunned bi 'le <? *.pl?. ion, ? ipon the surface of the water, ermen took n<Iw i ???,? . , v rueai ? ol gal Bering :? . ,.-? - ?| .., practi-c? wai t? mporsrilj tj i,-, t olonal s B. Allen, ?... ? der. ?lining a I I I i'ua!.. which imperilled th? xmull boat ? c patrol -. . I in* rrev. s of ta " beat ran re i ?? ?! in a h?-l|il? is i"i d ? oi by 'he mine plant-1 r?. serai ?-' hofleld. Rofrano Honor Guest. A dinner S m given In Minor of Ml ehael A. l:?,?r?.rio, I'rputy fitreet ? Ivan* ? ?' < or?. ?>' i ion er, !? t night, a' *ii?. Italian Gar-sen, ?)! Broad it. Nichols Con fort I was toaslmaster. Among ?tie ? /., liuadri d per an - pn enl ?/ere i h?. done* Fethei ton, Deputy Com* '* II. I .M? I.?'*,-, \ * II. blyman (?o\di n, Magistrate I re ehl, i.. ,,. i, Marsh and Pol ici Ii sector Porme .. ' ommi ilonci Wao?ls santa kttoi Ol I'atf'et. INSURANCE MEN AGAINST DEPOSIT: Workmen's Compensation Con mission Receives Many Pro? tests from Companies. The Workmen'? Compensation Cor mission reeei?'e?l another broad*?ide ? protests yesterday al its meeting the Metropolitan Tower to dieeUSS tl sehemc of requiring $1MM deposi from insurance companies. T.cpr tentatives **ere present to denoun? the plan and urge S substitute of son sort. Chairman l?owlu c explained that tl propo?al was advanced solely to etrn ,',.-? paymenti after the cemmiasie made its award. Charles <-. Nadal, an insuranc mai mid I " did nol believe ?1 was in tii powc of the commit oit to rec*uira ? 'icr.pt :? deposit, or that the corpor; ? .... the! Ive had powe? under th . ?aw to n ake any. The plan. Chairman Dowling n '.orte?l. was originally advanced by th Companies, and sai?! if they now wi?he te make a legal te-t of the commi: lion's power the ess? v.oui.I be set al ??nee *o the Attorney General f?1 an opinion. The insurance men were somewhi pacified by the explanation that th $10,000 deposit was only a temporar arrangement, ?-in?-.-* it would be man festly unfair to require the amount from a company doing busines of $5,000 a yea' at from one doing ?.'. iOO.OOO bii iness. Modifications tail be i. adi to suit conditions, the cha:: man said. Al the close O? '.'or meeting the roor ".lined over i" the insurance mer who (elected a committee to confe with the commis? ion regarding the wa in which the deposita should b<* mad? l h<- companies npp<?nitc?l to the com r ttet wen the El na Life Insuranc < ompany, the Oceanic Accident am Guarantee Company, the Brewers' Mu t?:al Indemnity l u ranee Company the Industrial Mutual Liability Aaso riation and the Fidelity Casualty Com pan;.-. -#-. SURGEON STRIKES SNAC Foreigner Charged with Vio lating Naturalization Laws. Louis A. Alberthy, who says he is ; Hungarian -urge?.,,, was held in $5,001 bail yesterday bj United states com missioner Houghton charged with vio lation of naturalization las for alien Broa) County, Alberthy told th< Commissioner that be was president of the Hungarian Democratic Club ?r ?lanhattan. Alberthy went to thi Tombs in default of bail. According '?? Assistant L'nited State? Attorney Stanton, Alberthy took $11 from Hungarian aliens ?i the prie foi : it naturalization piper?- and then furnished fictitioui Bronx addrei ei for them in the County clerk's office !*i the i-A.e of Louli Bodo, of 852 Hewitt i'lac-. The Bronx, the authori* .: . ov? r ed I be deceit, Alberthy told hi? friends tiiht he ha.] been a citizen of this eountrj foi nineteen years, lie admitted to Com. n . .on Houghton i':i?'' h, ri.me here from Hunger*, nineteen months ac?. and had never been naturalized. The federal authorities are making a rigid investigation. ? ?? . RELIGION NAY BAR VOTES OF HEBREWS Jewish New Year and Jersey Primary I.aw in Conflict Both lall on Same Day. Jewi h ? "?> i in New Je.- iej ?rill " disfranchised by religion and debarred iiorri rating at th? primaries this fall ? iej ii.ii to r?gi ter on the tir?t day. It i customary to ?ait for primary day te i ?i-i ''-r for the general election and al the rai.i" time ? ote foi candid it ? for nomination, thus avoiding two ' to ?he pollllit l.l.iC. Bj ?n odd coincidence pruN.it;. da?, I, . ;.??r will f?,!l on the .)e?:-h N.- i Year, arid the orth'ido. are prohibited from ligning their name during ?h? re? I gious festival. The Haw Jersey elec? tion law provide, tnat a Citisea "n i'i i '.-Mug ni'i-t i?/n hi- name, I he primarte* are held on the icon?! registry day, which v?ill I"- September "??, Mini all those ??h?? register ea Ihe in ? i day, Keptembei 9, will be emit i?-<) t?, '..it?- at ?he primarle . fei the i'ir i. red - "'? ? Ii ""' ?' Quired ta sign 'he roll while Voting ?? 'I" pi'iii;. ri? -, :l though it i i- ' si '?> >l" o '" the . , of the g< o' ral election fer ?'o"i M|I ?". "I'n ' ?' Igaatar? ea the leg lutrj list i FRESH AIR BOYS GOVERN OWN CAMP "Live Ones" of Gas House District Organize in Self-Rule Test. COURT ADMIMSTFiRS IMPARTIAL JUSTICE One Lad Sentenced to Peel Potatoes Apple Connoisseurs Take Their Loot Back. An interesting experiment in com? bining the Fresh Air snd self-gov? ernment ideas hm<. been carried on a* ,i eamp si Flemington, N. .'.. during ?Ii month ?usl closing. The plan originated with the \a'.io**Hl Associa? tion <?!' Junior Republics a. d ????*?< worked ou' with th* co-operation of the Tribune Fresh Mr Fund and ?.he people of the country near Fleminj? ton, Clinton snd Summerville, N. J. the in, ;. tj ?:' maintaining a permanent ?ettlemenl of the ?elf-gov* ??i i.,. : -, plan . ... com ie, lo'^g ?inca been demonstrated. Il was ?* questlo*., ... ever whether it would be pos*ib*}e ?i -rather together a crowd of boys unacquainted with eae'n other and without experience in self-government and have them "rirai \ze snd maintain successful!? *? temporary eamp. 'II." experiment was an entire .i?? ee-s. That the 'imi might he a real *? ie. th?? twenty-si** boy? ?"?lected by th*1 Tribune Fend were choaen from i neighborhood where the boys ire pretty ??el! known '"or their der**??nc?* of th?* la-.*.' ?.-* personified by the poliee. All ?vere from iii? "gas house district," and they ??er,- without exception aha! the ho?.? thrinnelves would Call "live Ro.? ( amper? \\ ork. They ?.?en? into eamp on the second ef July. On the Fourth they held sn election ami organized thi go? : l? me At ike head of it ??as the go*/ ernor. L'nder him were s judge ind commissioners of eommissary, tents, boats, games, order, swimming and re? It is significant of the spirit of de? mocracy that prevailed from the "ir t that 'lie highesl two office were filled by Hill Mahoney and Altillo Anco. The officers elected were, almost with? out exception, the boys whom the su? pe rv i ?ors of the camp after watching them fur t ro <ia.\> would have si ' ', in the respei i Ire ?oh?. The hoy- did ail t;>e work of the Camp ?"?rept Ihe rooking, 'I here *. as only one ease of dereliction from as? signed duty during the ?? hole month. In this CBS? ?i ?.ti en who h:il been aligne?] to help ?lip a drainage ditch thoughl he would take a --troll to the railroad station instead. The commis? sioner of order. hearing o* this, haled him before the ju'ige and he was tried by a jury of hi*? peers. After a esreful ye! speedy con*-;.ler ation of the CSSC he was iu'lg"!) guilty and sentenced by the judge tu peel po? tatoes for two hour.? each sft"rroon for the ncNt three days a sentence which might indicate that self-govern? ment didn't put a dumper on Ihe nape? ? ?? - of the citizenry. Afternoon? for Pis?. Mornings ar tl e eamp wer? mostly ? np tu work, the afternoons en? tirely to play. There were ball ganif". hikes across country, automobile rides ii, machines furnished by the people of ?lie nearby towns, swimming, field days and other amusements that ?ug-ge'-teU themselves to the boy-. One of th?- hikes, at'trr ?'Hiding for miles about the country, led two of the biken mto rum| Among the laws established m the r.rst days of the month was one against orchard raiding, The two lad- planned *o heal the law by making a collection of apples and "bunking them along the road to the .-tat on, thinking they would he iihlr to take them up uumo lested ?** ii'ie on their way to take the train for home. Rut the eommissionet ol order saw them acting suspiciously and soon had them in COUr?*?. Meanwhile, some of his assistant! ha?! ferrite,I out the "hunk?'* and confronted the culprits with their i loot. They were sentenced to return the apple- to the farmer? from whose places they had been take,i. The ?en tence wai? carried <>c under th? rye of t?.? ernor Mahone). NeiUhbors I,ne I nod. The esmp was maintained on 'he grounds of 'he George Junior Republic ..i Sem Jersey. All the necessary food ?-iipplie.-i vete contributed by the p?o ple of the region. In eharge were ?'. Spencer Richardson, assistant director DI Junior Republics, and I rank Ki?r nan. ?ecretar? of the self-government committee. William R. George, founder of the (ieorgf Junior Republic, spent a ?seek in ?amp with the boy.-. Al KN.iU LRDGKEXTg. Mi ? ?eorgi ? ? r ' ? . . SI' '?lu m ? . .,' i ?' Uterv I-!.,, ??'... , irolil i, i . . ?? . I ?...'. ? 14 .. ? .... ?t) "i <;. Herr? .i- I on ,, .. ; ?w Tori. I ? . .. ! . ? . M Md ? iJllnia . . "A. C II ' I? SI N. J. . . "1 .. ."?' 1* ". I. 1 l>. ' . ..... . ?\ I'rl? i,?' . . s. Ii. 1 el.: . . ? . i ' i. . - ' ??? ? ribotions, preferably by chccl oi money order, should he .*?,?,,i r-- e ? The Tribun? Fresh An Fund, Ths Tribune, S'en Vori Time Curtain Rises To-day '?^TERKOON FCATURE FILMS. 2:30?M iitii.-i.il \\ i\e .Vltagraph 2:|5?i ' .Lin.. K1.1? kerborki r 2 S. 4?A in. .m Hunt.' '.imi o 12 to 11:30?*-*. sleS of Justice.?tr.iI'd EVLNIING. s:C0? Paaatng show 1914..Winter tarr-ata 8;i*>^.)'otM?ii .t Perlmutter.Ceman's v.ngtehVis Ketllea..New Amat? rdam 'loo M?i y I ooks.J9th Street Kitty MacKoj.Cacnosly Apiiiiii.. nt i.-i... Maxtne (Elliott's i i,?- Dumm) .iii.'.ifo i A l'air of .Six??.Ix>.*i?;.,ere FEATURE FILMS. g.?j?j_?i iiin i. Knickerbocker g-jo?M ?nii-i.ll w ii' .Vltagraph .Mm -?> > ? llunl .< '..: i no 12 to 11.10?.- ?! Of JUI H"? SI,.,,1.1 VAUDLVIl LL HOUfaLS. Mata. Dally? i?>?-i""g ? .?I . 1*.Hammeratele's |SU.??'-.I'.?l?*e ?? ,.i. ' Mea Brighton ? i^ .I J" . .Itrightmi i- .,? h il i?l: 11 ill '1:30 HALSEY LEFT $2,804,820 Banker Heavy Holder of Stocks Now Rated as Worthless. Beeth ??lange. \. .T.. .luly ! It,- N' tVetmere Halscy, of Montrera s.v.. South Orange, New York banker and philanthropist, who died at New Lon ?ion. .lui;, 1. I9U, left an c?tate of al most $3,000.000, according to an ac counlintr (Had to-day in the office of ?l.e County ?'ur retrate. The bulk of hi?? i - ta?e consisted of his share in th? lankjpg concern of **.. W. Halaey <t Co., of New* York. ( ly.cAgo and .?an Fr.iii. .?to. of xvhich h? vas prcsidtnt. Mr?, 'la! ??;? and Harry Ii. Tob**y are named ?,<? t- escotera. The actual value ef the estate i* placed ?t (2304,82060, exclusive of 'l.ousands o: thare-t of variou?! stocks. now rated as tlmeet werthle i heraus? of the condition ef the -?to?!, market, among which are -jr.."0?? shnres or Tamp ira ?'etrul?um ? .?.. and ?'>"..I ?hat'?? ef Nickel-Alloys < e. Included in the executor's account? ing y the Boeonnting of si?, ancillary executor appointed to administer part of the '???tat*? in California, whicl shown ??-i worth ?-?'-'*?.."????' "? '. Mr. Hal* Sey'a interrst m the f.rni i? \?!ued at $1.616.709 92 Hi?- holdings ??! stocks and bonds i amounted to $672,667 ?11, Included t- these w? r i $?968 .?onthern ."-pru.-e. valued at $***'_ ,978 05; Jto ?'ni?? of American Telephone ?fc 1"!? graph, worth V';:..1J'?: ! 00 sha!'? o? National ' itj Bank, al ->??'>.'?00; 150 hares of Guantaname Sugar I <?.. *.*?>rth $15,000, and 6,725 iharea of Paci '.<? Gas ?*" Electric Corporation n California, ralued .?i $403^00. LACK FUND FOR EAST RIVER TUBE City Plans to Rebuild the Queensboro Bridge. Instead. One of the longe?? meeting* ever held by the Hoard of Ultimate was that of yesterday. The hoar?! vas in session from 10:40 o'clock in the mora? mg to 1:20 m the afterneoM, when a recess was taken for luncheon, ami from _:40 until almost 7 o'clock i?i the ? ening. There were SM iteni- on tie calen? dar, and the hoard ?as anxious to lin ih ti" all pending matters, ?o that it. membei ? WOUld tot have to be caller! hack from their vacations for another -.? ision before August 27, the datetlxed for the next me. t ing, Several members of the beard aw go.ng to tak.' their vacations in August. Controller Prendergasl rail?? ^ for f ?ron.* to-morrow, refusing to ehange his plans on account of the war .-.are in V.urope. When Bridge Commissioner Kracke! presented ;? request for mi appropria? tion of $2,024.000 in corporate stock lor ti.e purpose of rebuilding the '.'neen.-boro Bridge for th?' dual ? ?h way system it ?? ?. learned that the . ? official* ha.! ? nally givea up the .?.-a at putting another tunnel under the East Ri*-er at 50th ??t. The recon-trucw*d biidj-c ?. ill not carry more than cif-ht-car subway trains, but the decision was reache.l that (lie city did not at this time have 'iio'ifch money to build the tunnel tvhic? would co?t between $4.1.,000 and $5,000,000. and that eight-car trains would probably be sufficient to handle the trafile for at least ?iftoi'n J ear??, 'ire request i as referred to the transit committee. It is understood ?hat it ?-? ill be ?*rnn1e?l a' the meeting in Au gus! The board adopted the amended plan for the marginal railroad from the Brooklyn Bridge to South Brooklyn, whieh provides that it -hall be ?'!?* va'e,; throughout it? entire !**npth. I?i-*rirt Attorney Whitman got the 150,000 m revenue b<?n<i-? t" assist in the prosecution of Henry Siegel mid Krank K. Vogel ami the handling ol the appeal? of Charles Braker and Hans Schmidt, Two women lal through the entire meeting In or.1er ?o get A rln-po. m lap Borough President Connolly. They wen Mrs. Max Freund and Mrs, Sam? uel Mossbaeker, af Arverne. Mr-. Freund drew a vivid picture of the unkempt condition of the streets. "They are littered with garbage ?*i?i trash beyond expression,** she said. "In Mme plaeei the sidewalks ar.* ?o filthy that re have to walk in the middle o*" the street.** President ' ennolly promised to look into the matter-. MOSQUITO MAY COST EYE Army Officer Poisoned by In? sect's Bite. The ?'int' of a mosquito has devel? oped a rase of blood poi--r.n in j?; that may cau-e the loss of .-ij-ht af one eve of First Sergeant l?a\?<) M. Lavine, iiith Company, ?'.?a-t Artillery, -t.i tioned at Koit Totten. He is eoatlaed m the post hosoital. About two weeks a*?o Lavine'a eye became inflamed, and "hen no remedies brought relief the X-ray Was used. Physicians decided a mosquito bite the ?ailse of the troul.le. I rom the po?t hospital he will prob? ably be removed to the army hospital m Washington. The lirsl ergeanl hai been in the army thirteen yean, 11<* ia forty-five years eld and bas a fam? ily. R.abies Alarms Pittsburgh. r ttsburgb, July 30. Dr. Leteve, ?1; i cet or of the Pastear Institute here, announced to-day that an epidemic o:' .i...! i i....? :i out :n the eity and ?dvi e,i precautions to prevenl it? pread. Elev n persoi - ? ere bitt? n -I do, ? ; esterday and flv? ? i iou. ly hurt, SEEKS PROOF OF CORONERS'GRAFT Office Investi?ator Finds Witnesses Reluctant to Testify. INSURANCE COMPANY WONT MAKE INQUIRY Physicians Not Held for Deaths from Criminal Operations, Commissioner Finds. Leonard Wallatein, <onirr.if*??ioner of Account.?, who is ?conducting ?n ir.vcs ...? .ti o:" the Caranero' oft?**, raid yesterday h" might have to call on t'nc Superintendant of Insurance to him in forcing certain insurance ? -.ie.? r0 give Vim information re ?-,'.. .- leged cases r>f "honest i, ' "I sm informed that insurance com panie- or their r? iresentatives have :, en d I certain fun tioi s withi the jurisdiction of 'he Coroners' office ... i be perfon ed only for s ron i de ration i I ? had at least one insurance company addressed with ref? erence to two such cases; in reply to '? lette** requesting further informa "o*i th ? insurance company's examiner ? rot*?: "'Upon careful consideration of the il . ? involve,!, -.** e do not deem it sd vi sable to attempl investigation ir.to the la-e.' referred to by you, "herein Dr. and Dr. ? were ap? proached by .; coroner ;n an 81 tempt to ell information.' " Information has ai*o com.? to the Commissioner which **?ould tend to in? dicate that the relatives of dead per? sons have been i-krd r.> poy money for services within the regular province of the Coroners' ofiee. In one such case persons concerned acknowledged ?ha* they were approached. They re-. fused, however, to gi? <? their testimony I and arc now beyond tlie reach of **uh pl?'tlH. The Investigation ha? revealed the comparative ??h.*,?? v ?th whir? ph;. iciini" who perform criminal operations re? sulting fatally sn aide to escapa trial. In many casi - the C >roners never even called i; .iur\, let alone holding the ph.*. licians ' i?.' trial. Many c..:r? were found to haw been closed upon ex-parte affidavit' taken -? ithout having the witnesses subji eti to crosi -examination by repri entativc**. of tiie District Attorney's office. OLD INDIAN SEES WILSON Two Moons, Veteran of Custer Massacre, at White House. ... .- ? . it,,-..... ? Washington, July 30. Two Moon?. Famous Cheyenne ? arrior ami veteran of 'he Custer ms tacre, ihook hands with President W ilson at the V.'hite House to-day, and incidentally met there Brigadier General Hugh Scott, wha participated in many campaigns against 'i,r Indians in the \V??i, an?l talked to him in the si?-n language, oui" mj famous on the frontier. The Indian informed til?? President that he cume to Washington especially to pa;.' hi respects to the White Father before returning to 1 is home on the rengue River Y.e~. nation, in ? ?. iftei .?".ending a convention in S*ew Jersey. He was attired in civilian dress, ?he only reminder o* the tarage state being si huue fan made from eagle feathers, which he wielded vigorously. Although he is seventy-sis years old. Two Moons is erect, and virile, while his long hair is still raven black. HONORED SERGEANT QUITS Police Officer Retired with Splendid Record. Sergeant Daniel Fogarty, if the Es-ji ,"il?t .-?. pon?" .ratio:,, was retired yes tei da; for p'nj ical disability, with s record of having received eighl medals: for bravery in his nineteen rears of lervice, une o? 'h' medals was from r or.grcs-. obtained when Theodore koosevell a'as Police Commissioner, for Jumping into the Harlem River to ?-ave a laborer ?* ho had fallen from a hi idga. Sergeant Fogarty was the organizer of the poliee band, and during hi- years ? i ??' urge of the th a'r squad the or? : tion was ofte i before the public. His relations *?ith the tiieatre man seers were so cordial that they wars SCtive il police aid afTair.-- -?hen ?.?.:!ed on. DOG BITES BOY AT PLAY Two Men in Court for Not Muzzling Animals. \ ,*.i Ril... of 5 Linnaeus 1': u ? . Flushing, **a- bitten on the left aria .ui'i -'de by B to: terrier -.?hile playi ? m front of his home yesterday, fhe boy was treated by sn smbulance .'., sreon from the Plushing Hospital, Fr- ? dog v.i- captured ami is being h.-ld by the Board of Health. A small bulldog, said to be nad, ? . other dog-? yesterday morning. ?he animal has not bean captured. The Flushing police summoned .1? soph V. egman, of -1 Mam st., snd Sil ney I>r?.- -, of 52 Main !.. Flushing, b - fore Magi* trat*? Fitch in the Flushing police court yesterday because they I. * tiu-ir ihiRs r"MMi the Street ur.nr.i. !??,! The;- ?rere lei n;r with suspend.*.] sentence en i ^!,)'"li', ta ebey the law. WEDDING RING GOES INTO SUFFRAGE FUND CAULDRON "Symbol o? Bondage" in $')0.000 Melting Pot?But It Was a Spinster's. Willed to hier by a Great-Aunt. So Where's the Harm? Recipe fei a infrage faadi face n Il r melting pot eaa layer o? ?-..u\en:r ipoon?, sprinkle with wedding ringa add - la*? *i *tx*? stickplaa and earrings, mell ?nd garnish with a min? iature of Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. Tins is the aimplest lorm ot ram paign fond - ruade from the ingredi ent* on bead yesterday al the bead quarte. - ef the Nation?? j-urTniK" As oeiation. Kor a more r aborat? mi:.. ,?.,. offragi U maj add gold neck* laces and thimbles to mit the taste. There vas uni exdtemeat at bead* ouarten whea it was discovered that ?.?edding iing*' ''"?', ?'? _? ,?";l,,t_Th_ ingredients ef the WMOi mud which ? to be raised by Auga I 16. I he renne woman who donated th? ,,,,?- prof? -"? I ?ten is seorn for it. ? \ nymbel "f bondage!" she c\ elaimed. .,, shas ?? ?? inclined le ici u ?? lo t?. I? un ? wadding ring until Au- dis COVereai that th? donor iu? a -pin. 1er I that the rlna ? ? - fort ot ?n *.?? , uniulat.i ol?l j iwelry ?mlied h? r b) , ;M? a? BUH! "_Uc i_._-? lccl dil?cicntli il n ?j. her o.? ii ringt" Dr. Shaw observed. ??|!..' ever, I can ace no hmm in mei* ir.i_r up the wedding ring of a great aun?. Into the pot ?* Ih il 11 .* miniature ef Dr. ."-ha??' Ii the most valuable article thai ha-, he... ?j.,. nat.'d to the futid tilil- tar. Needle. to say, it *,* ?11 not be melted, but ??ill tie Old f r the cause. The artist, Ml ? Theodora Larsh, l??*r:..i th,? painting yesterday morning. Mi-^ K?a Ward has made a sugges? tion which hi?!- fair '?> ?tin the red relvel needle book offered by the "Na? tional" for the besi idea for self-sacrl? .. ?? daj. August I"?. "Don't aerifico yourself; sacrifie? ? .up t..>i|> el .c," iva.t h? ;? plan "Let everybodj who i. in a summer ho'.?' no ? ii.?t we did when I ?a^ al '?? i ham College and the Knglish .?uifra gi ? railed for ?? sacrifi?e ?lay. I ???, : around with a big dinner l??i!, threat? ening '.? ring it i.* ? o'clock the next I morning al Ihe ?loor al erery pe? . *.. he did sol hand over sixpence before jn <.'.-i... a ri..,t nighl "Ve . I ?:?.< none; from ever* tul m the hall, ?i?.I some ef them weren't sufragista." SHIP CONTRACTS SIGNI Plans for Three War Vess Ready for Bidders To-Morn . .. rrlkSM Bureau. 1 Washington. July 30. The co*-*ti p'.sns for the new battleship?, to aaaaed, respectively, the California, Mississippi and the Idaho, were sig by Secretary Daniels to-day. specifittotions end plat:.' will be re for bidders on Saturday, and bits ? o? opened 0:1 October t?. Tie limit o'' the cost of the th battleships, ??h:ch were authorized Congress on June ?.(i, is $7.800.000, e!?i ?.?.?? of armor and si marnent. Tl ?.?'ill be the Isrgest vessels in United Sutes navy and will hav? ?peed of '.'1 knot??. Following are the dimensions c templated by the plan?: Length o a'.',. i>2l feet; length between perp diculars. 600 feet; extreme brea?lth, teet 4'j lachea; draft, .'10 feet; <j niacemen*. 3'.000 tons. The main I tery arill consist of twelve 14-inch gt st*.d four submerged torpedo tut '.?hile the torpedo defence battery v have twenty-two ."i-inch rapid fire go The ?-?sm?!?! *. ill be hea* ily armoi sn?J will be propelled by turbines. SIMEON FORD A WANDERf Weeps at Destruction of Gra Union as He Sails. Poor Simeon Ford! With tears rolling down h il che? the former proprietor of the lira Union Hotel and after-dinner spcal extraordinary -iiiled away to Kurc ; ? iterdey to become a wanderer the face ef the earth. "I j*is! couldn't stay in town." si Ford before the steamer Baltic of t V hite Star Line bore him and M Ford away. "Th?:. ?""r battering t walls of the old Grand Union to p?ec Merely to think of it makes me weer "If I were ? bachelor, 1 would b a yacht and .?ail the seas. But, I i not a bachelor. Anyhow, I'm not ?u I could gr'. the kind of a yacht. I wai There is nothing left. then, but to t come a wanderer on the face of t earth. Perhaps I shall return to t native country and join the army. M not Russia. Greece.*1 M00S?TTES START CRUSOE FOR T. H "Progressive Service" Can paign in Queens Directed by Miss Morrison. "Progressive Service,** the newmov re? i't among the women of the Bu *>i..o-i' ?'. elect Colonel Roosevelt 1916, '.?as instil He?! in Queens veste <i;.v a-i a model for the rest of tl country. It had an enthusiastic -?tart. The r-athering wa.? held at the hon of Mr.?. Timothy I* Woodruff, at Ji Biaiea. I.. I., ?nd Miss C'ara B. Morr ? on, a sifter of Mrs. Woodruff, pr< lided. Progressive Service, Miss Morris? explained, i.< to operate for the setvt tion both of sihte and nation and is 1 be kept. going every day of the yea T'ie Moo-? womea will act in syetoa atic groups ?inn:?;,* campaigns SO thi not S ?.'il will be left ignorant of th meaning of the Bull Moose purpose and whoa politics does not interest an one el-e the women will work for be tering of homes and cities. Funds for the Service are tobe raise by dances. The Ant will be held i Jamaica early in September. "F.cm report?- I have already r< ?lived." ?aid Mis.- Morrison, "it look to me ti:.?. by time November, 191j rolls round there won't be t man i the country to heat the Colonel." There were thirty women at th meeting, including Mrs. 8. T. Boger vice-chairman: M;ss S. Mcl'ormick,tArt re tery; Mrs. ?'. Mara den, head af th progressive service work in Queens Mt ?. Alfred J. i no, head of the Wome Suffrage party in Queens and stat comaiitteetnan; Mrs. Cora Perry Ham ilton. '1rs. Florence J. Blackferd, Mn Maj Harris Mainland. Mr-. Frank Kei guson, Miss Jeannette Pcrguson, Di Margaret York. Mrs. Robert I'riee Bel' Mrr?. Evelyn Hughes, '??is. Hurt Whe don, Mrs. V. Boehm, Mrs. n g. Kelle: Mrs. Augustus I?**.i?<. M -. Alher Thompson, Mr?. J. B. ( happertin, Mrs Samuel 1?. Lindsay and Mr*. Elitabeti J. Brush. Addresses -ere made by Mr*. Mars den, Mrs. Roger?- and Mrs. I! no. Ar rangements were made for the <?i tribution of literature and persona ???-it? to every \oter la Queens. OBITUARY. MRS. AGNES TOMl.l.V Passate, S. ?'.. July 50.- Mrs. Agnei Tomlin, eighty-six years old. died this morning at the home of hei daughter, Mrs. J. W. Partington, 3M PauTiaon av. She mbs the victim of s stroke a few days ago. Born in Scotland. Mrs. Tomlin came to America with her husband in 1881, They lived for a tun..* in New York and later moved to l'assoie, ?vhcre Mr. Tom? lin died about fifteen years ago. Since that time Mrs. Tomlin had lived with her daughter. Mrs. Tomlin leave two daughters, Mrs. Pan nie !!at?>?d. of Blackpool, England, and Mr.?. J. W, Partington, and tira son?. William Tomlin. of Swinton, England, ami Er? nest Mill-? Tomlin. of Sayrille, ?Conn. The funeral will be held to-morrow night. ,-ts? THOMAS II. DOWNING. Thomas II. Downing, who died in N'ew Rochella Wednesday, was one of the earliest member? oi the Merchants' Association, and since IMS had served ;? - one of the directors an?l a member of the executive committee. Since lotti? he had acted a? chairman ot the committee on cuaterna ser-- ice ami revenue law, or..; ot tiie most difft t'llt place- m the association. The board of directors has i>een called in ipe? ial meeting :o-?lay to take ?ction upon hu death before the members g?* ?.. the funeral at St. Peter's Church, la Barclay st., at II o'clock. f. WABBEN WRlt.HT. F. Warren Wright, a patent attorney In Sew York, is dead at his home, in Armour Villa Park, Yeakere, in his thirty-sixth year, lie *.*.*.-> born in Brooklyn and graduated from N'ew York law School. He leaves a wife, ? ne ehild and hi? mother. EX-JUDGE HBKBV J. ROWAN. Former Judge Henry J. Row?;-., of Vonkers, la ?lead at his home, A'2 t aro line <?*-. Yonkera, in hi? fortieth year. He war, graduated from New York Law School and -vas admitted to the bar in 1897 lie v ;?s a ,'ormei court clerk. He leaves a wife ami two children. PBOFCS80I FRANCIS H. STORER. to n ?? :.n jo- ! Bo-ton. July Ji?. Professor Franci-i H. Stoier. who had made chemistry his .pecia! Reld of re.-earch, died to? da;.. Professer Storer ?vas born in Boston on March tl, 1882. He siudie?l at the Lawreace Scientific School, Harvard, mid then became aasistaal in chemistry :o Professor Coeka from 1851 until 1853. lie then ?erred a? chemist for the United Slat?? North Pacifie Ex? ploration Expedition, and after that service .rut abroad to continue ad? venced si idte aad research. His do? gree <*i Bachelor of Science wai re? reived from Harvard m i**.T."i. n. weal in- honorary Maatier et Art?, ?legr.e. In I 1870. Alter Li tr-tii? ?ii Iron? abroad Fro . (pasei wUiwi iii?.u-u? Ui? ^raiCdauM ' in this city up to lXti.j, when lie ?".'* made professor of general and indu? trial chrmistiy at the Massachui-ett Institute o?* Technology, remaining there until 1870. He then became pro? fessor of agricultural chemistry of Busaey Institution, where he remained until .'907, and after his first year there he became dean of the institu? tion. He continued there until his r?signation from acti? e work. wilson statueIFpieces Goes to White Rouse Scrap Heap. Headless and Maimed. Timm Th? Tribune p.'rea'i. I Washington. July .10. A decapitated ??tatuc of Pre* idem Wilson, ?vit^i a frac? tured arm. cmbe?ishes the While House scrap heap because of the carclessnes? of an express company in not trans? porting it more tenderly from Rocky Hill Junction, where it ?vas wrought. Peter Pia, who designe?! and executed the statue, spent weeks, according to his loiter, iro ?cling the likener-s of the President. He asked that the statue be placed in the White House as one of the permanent ornaments. ar.H no doubt he ??ill be deeply disappoin*eil to lenrn its fate. A letter thanking; the sculptor for h?8 efforts, however, will be sent t<? him by President Wilson. IRISH LEAG?eTmOUSED Shooting: of Volunteers Will Be Discussed To-night. Resolutions dealing with the recent shooting of Irisli Volunteers in llublin will be pre?, nt.'d to-nit-tit at a meet ittg of the United Irish Prague of Xc York in the Frr.nie? Arcade. ?tHh ?t. and Madison av. The county organi? sations and divisions of the Ancien' Order of Hibernians*, a? well as af f-liat?d societies will each send tlirr?* de'egat*??. MARRIED. DAVIS ROBINSON At ta Gr-e-eawa*' Terme?. Long Island, on July SO, 1914, Josephine K Robinson, of Xr?v York City, to Dr. A. Ed???rd Davi , of New York City. Net ire? of marriage? and ?i???ih? imi.l 'ist ?"enipauii-rl I,*/ fall OBi-ie ?n.l ?e<lr?*. DIED. Aver--. I-ahei'e M. Marshall, Elliott (;o!dsmith. Ells 8. Mitchell,?!?. W. Haine.*;, tieorgc *rV. Moore, Horace M. Jackson, S. II. AVERS On Ti-.t'isday. July 30. I9M, Isabella M. ?'. ers. daughter of the late Ellis F. and Elira L Aver?. In her 79th year. Funeral -?ervjee? Sal urday. August 1, it '". p. m.. from he la'e home, the residence of her sis? ter, Mrs, Henry Y. Ayers, (irahan. av.. Mctuehen, X. J. GOLDSMITH At the home of her .-.* tev. Mrs, T. <;. Sellew, I'pper Man! clair, \. J.. Wedne-.lay. July 99, Fila S, Goltiamitb, daughter of Ihe la'. Xaihau and Lydia R. Goldsmith, o' Athens, ft, Y. Burial at Athen , on Saturday. *t::;0 p. at. RAINES At Toms River, S. J. '?" Tuesday. July 18, 1014. Georg?* Will iaSS, husband of Isabel]" Hunhai" and son of Marian A. and 'he la'? Willian A. Haines. Panerai tstt vicei will he held at Christ ( httfeh, Toms River, X. J.. on Friday, Jelly SI, St 1 p. m. Trains l"ave Central Kai' road of New Jersey, -,'oot ot "i\V ? SSd st.. Maw York, at 9:~<<t a. ?n.. re turning at 2:0o p. vn. Interment at. G**eenwood Cemetery at convenid*' ? of the ?aniii". JACKSON ??n Tuesday, July -a. .'?i Narragans.tt Pier, R. 1.. Scbuy'..-i FirinekerhotT Jack-on, beloved 'nu band ol Angrla Forties JachSQW and ycungest ran of the late lohn Y. and Elizabeth Wolcott Jaeksea. Funeral services on Friday, July St, at 1130 p. m. from his late residence, 64'. High st., Xc* ark. X. I. lntcrrr.cn. pri?a"?. MARSHALL -Suddenly, Elliott, bras band of Helen Fl-eyd-Jonea, son of the late Seta an?) Eliza B. Marshall. Fun?ral service *vill be held from hi i horn.*, M Porter Place, Mont clair. K. J.. on Saturday, August I, on arrival of train, leaving Hobeken, ? ia P., !.. A: W.. sl '-':J*i p. in. Interment, South Manchester, Conn., Sunday ?f"-i noon, Ai.jjust -, MITCHELL On Tuesday. July-'?. 191 ?, ut Dethlehem, Conn.. Caroline Wool* . widow of tbe late Edward Mitch? ell. Fanerai service? ?'ill be h"ld on Friday, Julr SI, at St Thorna*,' 1 birch, Fifth av. and .J3?J it., ?t / 10-jj .**. m. I MOORE?On July 98, 1911. in Schu-1'* County, X. V., after a long ?line? , Horaee Mood?. Moore, son of the Fi'e Edward C, Moore and of M.' Pethick Moore, in his ?lt'n ;-?'.. Funeral private. MANHATTAN AM? BRONI BRENZIXGER, Certrudc Stewart. Iff I Y. 2S3d t.. July 2'J. Fuueisl to? morrow, |;M p. m. DOHERTY, Patrick H.. 410 E. :><**.h st, July ?. KEARNEY, John F.. 161 W. 84th ?*'., July 29. Funer.il to-day, 2 p. m. MATTEBON, Myron E. M Reid ??-., July ?."??. aged 63. Funeral to-rij; , 2 p. m. MURPHY, Owen, 3*9*2 E. ISSth July 39, aged 1'!. Funeral to-da; , 3:36 a. r.-. WEINBLAD. Auso-*-?. ? . M E. ISfth st., July 88, sged II. Fuuaral to-day, 2 p. m. YOURELL, John. MS E. 41st it, July ??9, aged ."ib\ Funeral to-mopro?" BROOKLYN'. CAMPBELL. Peter J.. Surf av. and \\ . 17th St., Coney Island. Funeral to-/ mono*.*-. 16 a. m. CRARY, Mary '-?? ::':"** '?? i:*h ?! ? July 29. FROLKE, Mary E-, i'->? E. ISti* v., July 20. Funeral today. It 36 m. :u. HAMLIN, Everlla K.. l??*-:* Dean -, Jul) 30. PunofsJ to-da; , I p. pi. SIMON, Herman. July J'.?. a-rcd 0, Funeral to-morrow, 2 p. m., from 196 Gates av. Williams. Sarah P. IM Vaa-rhrbili av., July 29. Funeral to-day, S p. m. LONG ISLAM?. BARBER, Wallace, Jamaica, July *.'7. aged ?-"-' CUNNINGHAM, Maria A. WssrihavrMa, July 21, jged I month. DWYER, J. remiah. Jericho. Funeral to-da?, 'J:.W a. m. HESHI.H'K.-ON. Marj Anna. Ra-aedala Funeral te-rasorrww, -' p. m. PHILLIPS, Helen, AeteriSJ, July J**, .ijred 3??. Funeral to-day. 8;.;0 a in. RKGAS, ?lerneliui '*. M.-.-pcth, July 2'.. Puerul today, 2 p. m. NEW JER8EY. BROWN, Helen S., posevilie, .lui?, M FLATLEY, ticerge, X????ar?., July ?.'.', .?|?rd 41. GRAVES, Jamev, Xeuark. July J9. aged M? luneral tonioi row, 2 p. ni. GROB8, John M., Xcasrk, July ?.':?, ?gad ?'?.'. JA? ?iRl S. John H . Rloomtield, Jul*. ::>. aged 73. JOHNSTON, Mary A. East Orange. July -'''? aged "'?'. Funeral to-morro*?. TOMPKINS, i.eori?r v.. tasking Ridge. jui> ;<> t FMi ir.Kir*?. PUB ??Mitu a\*?n ?iMtrt.nT '.^,4 M Bj Hartew ii?m an?i t> Ittl.tt. ?.an;?. 4W neat us -u. M, w .