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AND BOOK NEWS An American Humorist on His Travels in the lar West?A New Thriller from Mr. Op? penheim?Mr. Morris's Short Stories. ?HIN?; \MKRN K FIRST. ' * r ?ti? . -.hh belongs to that rare vari?';. ich can be ar I ?'en the occasion calls for seriv-.usness. I'eclaniig that he will tempt to describe the overvhel-r. andeur of the tirand Can* ? -, ? . succeeds m eon? reader an impression, an emo i experienced is never But most of the way he is mood, as behts the occa n? in which Americans tske more interest than the far, that of seeing their own coun American vacationists ?h..ie e ?? for Europe have saeteas I that has served them many ???'?: Our climate is : mmer travel; America lacks th.* ,..,-,v ,-.. 0f contrasts of the Old . hotels are bad swsy from the c-eat centres, and the food is wot se. Read Mr. lobb, learn better, and mend vour way s' utherner first of all and all the he has become, in the second a Werterner by enthusiastic adop ? let, and especially to New York, he gives only a much quali -?*ro?a!. He Is our candid I ;h a bonhomie that keeps us in '? umor. To his travels. h<. ?he climate of l.os Angeles ubrious, bui catching. Als?, of the opinion that if Balo.-a his IWerd when he reach e ?t was to keep the real est.ite - from rus-hing him. Bi has beer, corrupted by th? . <>f the K?st; it is as bad tself. A different - ate of affar '.dnd in the true Americanism betwec ? -. s and the Sierras: There the person who serves >oj for hue is neither your meniai your superior; whereas in the I Of she is nearly always ot-> other, and sometime Tins particular type o: Westerner does not patronize you; nge to you '? ? . tation of a tip. He Rives you the best he has in stock. SB? ??hile retainii:?; BOlf-TO* ? ii - you to do He e?.nobles and dignih.es ? ,-. ? i . re. Mr. t'obb found that while San Fran? if ?:s picturesque i1 has retained the individuality its it spart among the cities of id continent. And he predicts glowing things for the f'an ?air. But remarkable Native W ,? ? - ? the Hopi and Indiana, and see them as they really earn Mr. ( obb's opinion of Vis travellers "human warious" ? roughout are in the company of t. man whe loves Nature and has a ?it and seeing eye for her beau . d wonder? ' ? 't miss the horre "hydrophoby " told by Mr. C obb, but ssod .redited by him to two W? -a- - CURRENT FICTION Stories. English and American. ? - is far and away th< ippenheim has given us in sum? " . ? nmre he gives Q ( that never v? hod. "The '? ?ill another tale ? onal intrigue, of th? 11-ophe which ha broken loo e the author planned his plot, n which H the gre;.' spe, though thr title comes from Amen, ure of the wori the reality is so much ?rbing than any inven ponhoim could Se polit icol part of the plot bo ? lipnil to .. - the devilish in| mi whose rr ?at as his desire to <'o har*.? on Ilain. the ? f them ail in Action since ! the Lady in \\ ? mansion on the i g ?arl secrets and . | erisse te eome, is _- that could ha?. : for him. GOOD KVrhKTXINMKVr. i Jill... .?d en ent fi Ion To be I p tha* | be-t. but. said? Stains a respectable ?\erac< He k- ; :id all "I lie In? nich opens thil imag* d told with re are nin? . ul. In* : to believe that ? i ?ale of lo.? life. **A Perfect * S Pelham Park," is the n?? Tiren tl ?mn. who undoubtedly be Van Bibber, '"-it ? ut h'i-? . t ?on Ulli i aught I pretty touch o' ' 'lr. Morris can always ?meat l<\< i: im'KJI DM i ? MM of the moat interesting i ??i" the Briton t? the races he rules, and, more partieu- I Ut at int. r .table, ? literature, it deals not with tiu woman with ? ?he unhap-' seapanies h ?**_! * *'???? ' ra girl I .rated ? ??'?'? . rn worm.' as Egyptian nationality, and a ? v?nh the Kngliid **** ' * r, and the fact Ptib.. otoft. I he book i* a dramatic luveutory throughout. The mass of information I concerning the nati? ? 'heir present rondtio?. ?Iisron ? .i aspirations, ?.s not allow?! to ? . hut employed moMly to sharpen it? contrasts and increase then meaning. Miss I.orimer t? n well known authority mi the many Fgyp '.lan problem? of the day; ?he' I ell equipped ?rchspologi? . ? ab??\e ?11 elre. she is a clever novelist. \ POPILAR NOY Kl.IST. - OF THK WORLD l' UsroM ' I -?hum ?' ? ? During the last ten years more than i x ni ',:oti ?-.?pies of Mr, Wright's I ? would be hard to tell. That this'new Btory of his may add another million com? I t.le, hut Mir ',.. t will les?! us no nearer to an explana Vori of his success. On the contrary. It Will increase the magnitude puzzle. "1 ?f the World" ke ?lo/.ens of other third ami fourth rate novels which we have read, but which and about this there is no mystery at all; have failed to find a multitude <>f readers. Plot, characters. i,t, everything in Bmiliar from lcng ..sage, . it may be cncluded that '.his country contains an enormous num? ber o? occasional readers, whose oc? casion for reading occurs only when Mr. Wright tempts them with a n?BW ?tory fr?.m les pen. He evidently his public, and e? dsstly h<i - where end how to reach it. Innocence tr '?.-.i.ihi'.i.t ami wickedness foiled and punished that i - t! ? basic formula. '."he SB hor'j ma ef a?: and criticism, prof? fered in these pages, nr; as out ot ss they are beside ths mirk. Hut no doub: 'hey ?.ill impit I ? rs. BOOKS AND AUTHORS Current Talk of Things Pres? ent and to Come. "The I.r r.trart." by Basil K ng. - published thi?. week by Ths Storj der?!?- w ith divorce and love. An Historical Diary. hundred years ago. wh( or (?lient was made, Albert Gel? latin whs one of our commissioners. Ria ?seeretan was his sixteen-year-old latin, who kept a most amusinr and veracious diary. II?" . ' on ess) termi with the grcHt political and social light? of those days let down hia impression? with so? II. handed the diary I7i '" bis grandson, tbe present de Gallatin, of Kngland, and re e not to publish any part of ? ' after )C<00. The diary will be printed in the September ?"Scribncr." Baedeker. A new edition, the twelfth, of Bacdekei's "Southern German****(Scrib lUSBjeetl ?the reflection that 'ese famous guide books ?ou're a thorough ?revision by the time the present war is over. ^euma? Mac.Manus. "Yourself and the Neighbors.'1 a col . : sketches of Irish peasant Bsussas MacManus, is an? nounced by the Devin-Adair Comoany for publication early In Scptein A Secret Agc.it. McBl ? D. announce for sf the German V . by Dr, Armgaar?! h;.r' Grave?, a Tonner secte? agent of the ?iertnan government, we are med, bu-. new in the English ? ice. Dr. Grave . the announcement of the book ?lude important missions to Port Arthur, Singapore, ?Constant! during the ineipiency of the | Turks' rebellion, and to Monte and the Riviera to ascertain why F'reiecr Galltzia of Russia was ar ng a meeting with the ministers ranee and England. He is said tc ehe? B the messenger from the ?1er?, to the , :i of the Panther at Barcelona which prevented war with England (ranee over the Moroccan que* ? ' . and also the confidential secre n attendance at the secret con? ference in the Black Forest, in which ton Churchill and VlsSSSSt Hal dane am! representatives of the war of Germany and Austria par? ticipated. "POTASH & PERLMUTTER." Their Reception by an English Reviewer. The ?access is I.'uidon of the play based on Montague Glass's Potash ?t ics has already been cabled ta ?this country, together ivith the a ? nt that arrangements made for its production on Of the original stones I themselves an snenyssoUS rcview-i lii" hellish "Bookman" has this to , say: Mr. Glass is an admirable humor? ist. He has perhaps learned some? thing from Mr, Zangwill and some ? from G. H 1 Brimer, but he has i r\.*o the unpurchasable "fifi of orig? inality, and in the curious little world of the \< iiu.ie mak "hirli the migrant? 'loin the ', Russian ghetto-- occupy, he has dis ftald for the exsrcise of his remarkable power.-. There are many ?brew?), incisive louche-, of re? alism in his most farcical sketches, and. amid all ! humor and the actual life . of the crowd of Russian Jews who are vehemently working their way into the web of American life. We g the Free M?son lodges f?,r business purposes, and cheating relatives ami friends with hn | | lack of conscience. Sag them appears to ? another; they are all avid of u trampfiag ?me ever the But. as Mr. Glass goes on to .how, th? Russian-American -lev. is still a fellow m bis '??;. He bar- a mind an?! a soft heart, and by . h the mental quali aml MavrUSS Perlmutter the -. ami ? ? continual d? l?ate over every detail sf Co?* business ihn- conduct in partnership, the au i|.?,'r provides us with a wiidly funny and yet enlightening study of hi? fei? le? believers. Of the two book*, the . !. "Abe and Mawruss," strikes the richer in humor. The dis? logue is an inosasanl Jei the dry, wit of the Fast Side of New ?h the juicy i!?? ut the Oriental imagination. Not ? end Men? ? . height ef their powers ha".o we read conversation? so amu-ing a? ' ng Potash and tk? impulMve Perlmutter. MISS CORNELIA BRY? GIFFORD PINCHOT TO TAKE BRU Miss Cornelia Bryce W Be Married to Politi? cian To-morrow. HIS MOTHER'S WISH ADVANCES DA Miss Cammann Engaged to S. Fairchild -Schall Wcdditi Plans Announced. General and Mrs. Lloyd S. Bryce this city and Roslyn. Long Island,h announced the engagement of tr daughter. Miss Cornelia V.. Bryce, Cifford Pinehot, former chief for? of the United State?.. The wedd will take place to-morro?v ?it the R 1 yii country plate of the bridc'l i cnts. It was at tirst intended ;" wedding in the full, alter Mr. Pinchl campaign for the United Mat.? Se torship in Pennsylvania, hut, owing the critical ?illness of his mother : her desire to ha?e the Wedding U place at once, the date was idvanc Immediately after the ceremony ! Pinehol ?ill take hit bride 11 mother's place in Baogatock, Conn. Iliei Bryce is u si'ter of Mr?. .1. S g?ant Cram. Her father was Minisl to the Netherlands during th? istiation of President Taft. They i among the most prominent members the Long Island set, and M and her sister, Mrs, (ram, are seen all the hunt and race meets on t island. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. (anna?! jr.. of ZS4 West 71th ..;.. have a nouneed the engagement of th? daughtei. Miss Cornelia ?le Lane Cammann, te William s. Fairchild, s< of Mr. and Mr?. Samuel W. Patrchi! of M Es il .'i h t HI l smmann n introduced te society two seasons ??*: [Ne date has Leen >>?? for the Wcddil I Mr, and Mrs. Cammann and the daughter aie spending the summer ; Lake SunapCC, NOW Hampshire. Miss Margaret Schall, ?laughter Mr, and Mrs, William Schall, jr.. New London, ??ho im to marry Rob? K. Stafford on September t in Ne I London, will have as her attondan her sister, Mrs. E. Vranklyn Bl ,ii.; Miss Marie Klise Whitney, NT i Isabel Moore, of New Orleans; Mi May Vogel, Miss Doroth?e Ke? he Mi ? Alice Gouverneur Kortright an Thelma Violett. The von- i Robert Moore arid Mrs. Edward Han mond will serve M MRUS. John V Stafford will he his brother*! 1" Mild Harold and Charles Schal!. ers of the bride; K. r'rjinckUn Bren ster, jr., Alexander H. Lehmann an Kenneth Reynolds the ash? Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff, jr who were the gue of ' olonel an Mrs. Alfred Wugstaff at Babylo Island, have returned to Cedar t'Pfl Riverside, Conn- the summer home I Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Shoemakei parents of Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff, jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. Often Chlsolm, whi ?re in ?he A<li ron.lHiW r-, ??ill go t. gefleld, < onn.. on September 1, an? later to Southampton. Long Islainl. Mr. and Mr*. I, Rusooll Pope ha.'. arrived in town fron Newport Mr. and Mrs. Augustus F. Kount/.? have arn?cd il tue cty from then country place at Ratonan, N. Y., anc are at the Hotel (iotham. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson O'Shaugl Mi and Mrs. Yet non C. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ceorgc L. Carnegie gavi dinners last night at the Plaza. IT RA? HARBOK. Bar Harbor, August 1.; "Nl ? - - Helen Draper hail a- luncheon guests at the Swimming Club to-day the Mi ISO) Mir Caret Lee, Clarire T. Van Lcnaep, Julia Whiting, Elisabeth Porter. Mary and Augusta Thorndyho, Susanne Bturgia, Ruth Choaey. Prances Hoar and Mary Dennis. \t Meuglas Fir, the home of Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Partridge, a reading was given this afternoon by Mil Angela Morgan from her own The patronesses ??ere Mr?. Kdwin Could. Mrs. Robert Abhe. Mrs. William P Draper, Mrs. Miles ?arpenter, M ,? John Henry Hoffman und Mrs. (on land! Van Ronaaelaor. Mrs. KdtMii Could, ?sho ha, been the gue--t of Mrs. Pave Hennen Morrii . ? ill ipend ->e\cra! day.; at the Mai em be I fore returning to New York. R. H. WALDO JOINSTRIBUNE What W. C. Freeman Says of His Success in Advertising. M i. Richard H. Waldo, so long suc |y identified with advertising work m the general media tield, is to become a worker in the newspaper Held. Bs ?i The New York Tribu?- S I. Mr. Wald Beetles with the paper will it with the po? ol" Ml Elmer Helms, who has be.n advertising manager since last her. Walde "Heck." as we who know him well call h.rn is one of the most active, intelligent, intense workers in the field of advertising. Hi ??Ark on "Cood Housekeeping." which publication guarantees the in? tegrity of all the a?lvertising it prints, mie a big dent in old advertis? ing practices, compelling their rcplace -.?. ith modern, straightforward methods, His work in the Associated i lub movement has been vigorous, ag? gressive, fearless. He has been a great looked up to by all of the workers with admiration and confi? dence. The new ?paper field opens up to him the egreatasl opportunity of his life. I'm tui-.ate in becoming associated -. a new paper bearing as good a BS 'I he Tribune. He is fortunate ei ?being permitted to go to work with his ideas fully ami enthusiastically in? du c<) by the Tribune people, who are rapidly pushing the paper to the front and who are willing to back up a business ?policy which exacts high ad verti mg standards. It ?Menu to me significant that a man <n' tie high ideal of Pick Waldo has decided ta join nur ranks. He ? eghe.l the subject well be sure of that. Hi coming into the newi paper Held mean ; that he believes his work will ?beat ?greater fruit that he ca:. do more to establish standards of advert?, ?ng by daily effort than by month 'ha' newspapers are the nifi-t logics! advertising media that thev eaH be made bettT advertis? ing media through application of the principles he Stands for that the people '??il ultimately demand of the papera they read the truth in ad ?? ell as the truth in news. .g now printed in The Tribu e il high class, hut the adver? tising ?ill he printed after Dick Waldo set hl Rns personality ?nd high principles mto the work will mark a great advance in the character of the cop, used. Personally. I welcome him to news? paper work with open arms. He will help us all and we must all help him. I..-t us make him feel at lome right away, lie is deserving of everything good so is The Tribune. William ?'. l-'reeman, in The (?lobe. Nassau Moose for Hinman. Mine?la. Long Island. August 13. The cunty committee of the Progres? sa e part?, in Nassau, at a meeting here to-night, unanimously indorsed Harvey G. Hinman a- the party candidate for Governor. William W. Cocks, of Old Westbury, S close friend of cn-Pp ?I? let Boosevelet, was indorsed ?fter con? siderable discussion as a candidate for Cengn Time Curtain Rises To-day MATINEES. 2.00 i em...... W inter Garden AFTERNOON FEATURE FILMS. tttS Cabtrle .Knickerbocker 2:30?A 1 lor.?I.- Ciehantnient. Vitagrapli I Hunt .Lyric 12 to lli?O-? all ?ef UK North.Slialid 1:10 V .i.terff illng l'lol NSW Tork EVENING. g:C0? I ssstag ?liow 1911.. Winter Cantan Ilia roiBSll A Perlmutter.Cohan? 1< "1 ?Party.Hhubert /.legfelii? Kollie?..N?w Aasstseedass 8:20? Vim? Muy cook?.39th yt. Kitty MacKay.Corned) .I'i.ltnii r,M '.le? l'uiiiiiiy .Hudson A Pair or .Sue?.Longacr? FEATURE FILMS. 8:15?' 'a Liria .Knickerbocker j ..,..'.,..in., Counterfeiting Plot New York 8:30?A PTortde ?JeCncliantmeat.Vltagraph Air.- an Hunt.?Lyrta 12 to 11 30?'.'I ??: ?In Nortb.Strand VAUDEVILLE HOUSES. M its Dail>. L^enlng. 1:15.1 tt>.Hanim?r?l?ln'? 2;l?.8: Pi.Palace .v.;??.New Brighton Mj.8:S0.Brighton Btacfc Muaiu Hall BURLESQUE. :.lu.i.lj.Columbia PLAN MARINE AID FOR HALTED TRA Members of Chamber Commerce Seek Wn Risk Bureau. INDORSLMKNT FOR SHIP REOISTRY Bl Oppose Clause Thai Would feet Coastwise Shipping Low Shows Opportunity. The Chamber i I | has dorn held a more Skthl la Ma h late called yest? means for tl tment of 10! connu? i ?. demon by the Kuropean ?ar. Several rei tions were adopted irglng go' mental action at the pre enl oppOl time to build up an American ?ere marine. The Chamber resolved to re?|uest irovernment to establish s borea? war risk laSBian? ?minist under the direction of the Secretar the Treasury by a bOLtrd ol 'lire? live members, which shall a inms risks of war on American vessels their eargoe? ihipped to foreign P' The ship registry bill, which has passed Congres ? ? indorsed bj Chamber, with the i xccption of Sec ?"i. ". hirh ?? as IncOl poi .i'eil I ate. permitting the President, at discretion, under rrrt.v. to admit foreign built shipping ha? American registry t.. ; r,..|e through Panama Canal between Atlantic Pacific and (ru'f ports SI i il ?he G Lakes. The special committee on I ments during the Kuropean war, v. I report IMS submitted to the 'han' at the special meeting, telegrap Prc'ident Wilson and the proper thontiea in ? ongresa urging the e\ (nation of thii section, ft spirit of the meeting yesterday that Interference with American coasts shipping, even under presen' Europ conditions, should he permitted. A shaip controversy arose among member?, of the Chamber upon the troduetion of a re olution by Will H. Doug!.-, providing in effect, for ?ubsidi''ing of American ships in f eign trade Ly the United States govc ment. Mr. Douglas tried hard to his resolution before the Chamber ? whale for consideration, but ai considerable objection and discus-? I to committee. objection to its consideration by Chamber s( this time ems sustained a rising vote of M to -1. I, P. M gan and prominent bankers were am? the first to stand un with the major The pertinent part of the Doug resolution eras ;?c falls "Be it resolved that we ask of 0 gress auch immediate legislation as v gradually build up for us an edmfOi fleet of American owned v. | that the national government shall granted authoriry by Congress to once advertise for tenders for the tabli-hment of regular and permanr lines of steamers to the countr named and slscwhcrc IS may be deen essential ?o our need In the fare of the strong opposite however. Mr. Douglas tinally ?vithdr h's resolution from live considerati of the t'hamber as a whole. Jacob H. Schiff in an address on t (inancial situation as developed by t Kuropean situation called upon t business men of this country to m< all their obligations abroad, despite t War. He intimated that there had he a disposition on the part of SOBM IB to use the "caSOS belli" as an ? \eu for avoiding th. ir ju--t foreign del at this time. Set h Low urged the need of the cou try establishing a mi rcai til i marine its own, and the BOCC -ity of the go ern ruent awiamiag the war risks i American ressels and their cargoes. Kugenius II. Outerbridge, as vie chairman, presented the report of ti special committee on shipments darii 'he Carepesa war, Incorporated which were Ci. rarJOBS re.?o!utioi which precipitate.! sion fro member* o' the chin ber. The rosolntioni inclndod one. "th the Chamber of Commerce express i high appreciation of the prompt ar effective action of the President at Congress in affording I prompt so! tion of the currency difficulties creat? by the t-udden outbreak of war in E rope." A sub-committee was appointed fro the special comm.tJ.eo to attend the ? port trade conference with Secret?! McAdoo m Washington to-day. Resid. Mr. Outcrbridge the members of th. committee are .lames \. l'arrell, Phil A. S. Franklin. II. R. Eldridge, J. Park. Kirlin, Mendon Chabb, Welding Rir and Walter B. Pollock. A resolution in addition to those n corporated in the report of the spocil committee was offered by Mr. <>ute bridge and adopted. It ?? i aune.I t aid shippers and m? reliants in learnin as icenratol] as p>>- ihle the eool i war risk insurance. It | hod ?hat a American marine underwriters co-o* erate to thi? end with the ?iiecial con mittee on shipments during tbe Ban pean war. COLUMBIA ENDS SEASOI\ Summer School Had Record o 5,585 Students. The Colombie I niveraitj Summ ? ??thnnl . ION i' dOOrS !" ?ration figures show that 5.585 student ??ere enrolled il th.? ionises. Thi number exceeded th*- estimate made i the opening of the eoaaion and place the isaai r at .1 on , tooting with the winter term enroll n.cnt. The enrollment la<t sommer eras li'i der this year"'- mark b> 1,000 itodoatl One oi the marked features of the reg istratioii tigiirrs || the large number o i.nn-n'n'ririiliite'1 -tu.!.', t-'an.l ?hf tmp ml? growing promotion of tho ? cume for degree? Courses c.-.pecialh popular were mediri.ie, business, eco nomici. chemistry and Kngiish. AT NARRAC ANSKTT PIKR. | li l.'I'K.a; Nsrragansett Pier, August II. Mr = Samuel II. Valentine, of Now York, en tertained at bridge this afternoon. A polo dinner ".as given to-night bj William Harding led si Washing ton. Among h is guests trota Horae* Lurton. Rodman W anamaker, I'd, Alber' Lambert, Dewalii Lambert, lien.. Phelps, Walter I I nur Pree.e, Stewart Preece and Torrenfe Precoe. The annual co tunie hall will takt place to-morrow night at the Casine and a number of cottagers will enter? tain at dinner before the dame. The Point Judith Polo Club announces a series of ggmaasiam events for to? morrow afternoon. Miss Marguerite Pre?*rott. of | i ington, g-ave a dinner to-night Among ! her gue-ts were Mis Addison, I?r. and i Mr?. .lame? r>. Miller. Mi ?- Elsie Robin? ' ?on. Mr. and Mr?. ? ?ryl Roberts, John Welsh, Raymond Ostby and Claude Rranch. H. V. Alexander, of El labeth, ft, J.; S. M. McKeon. of Philadelphia, and Mis. K. Marhley Smith, of New York, are at the Imperial. Mr. and Mrs. Georg! ? knapp, jr., of Bsltimorc, are registered st the Cssino. BELGIANJ3UEEN AT BEDS Six Hours Spent Visiting Wounded in Hospitals. By K. H ?THRU. [Seyoelel ' ?im,?pon.l?n? of in? \?w T?n? ? ?] 1 Hmsscls. Aug. 13. The Queen of the ? the "?..ueHed in the militar;, hospital yerterday attende?! I.-, lb?. I'nrce of Ligne, president of th? IfH CreSS So. eety; l>r. Ilerache. hi 1'?? are and others. She saw 250 pa tienl 'I he (?ueen n>??t went to the hospital sf ?St .It?t . a?. 10*1 wounded. bat only a few of them were seriously hu't --ho ?tapped ?t ea?-h bed, Hot? ene?l ' Uei ?' stories and in 1 shout their families, She spent i.-i'i. 'I. Vandervelde went te Bruges yes terdaj prl -oners ? imber. At rs, all of whom de I. ?he treatment Ihoi ?? ?-r. r??-'?i-inf. They : Well fed. Th? hing n h ? 'hey would be able to procure a toi nd beer. M Yander . ?.I tained permission the militari ?uthoriti?? for this medation for ihe priee fore hii "depart a n M. Vandervelde ems able to procure cards for all the pris v i thing to ? ommun I? ste with th?ir awn psopls ?ml thu". relieve the snxiety of those left bel GARRISON TO SEND ARMY TRANSPORTS Six, with Capacity of 8,000, Going Abroad for Americans. I IB? Bureau ! ?Washington, Aug. 13. Five army transports now at (ialveston and the Cristobal, now in the Panama service, with a total capacity for 8.000 passen? gers, will be sent to Europe to supple, ment the oxirting transportation facili? ties for bring home stranded Ameri? cans. rotary GarriMn, after a mectir.7 of the federal board of relief, made tins ?tatamenl : "It was decided to have five cf ?the tranieporta sow st eeCalvoston pn to Newport News to be outfitted t'or this service. These boats are the Sumncr, K i ! p.? trick. Denver. City of and Cits of Mcnphis. and in .v.l.lition the < oristobal. Their ?ut rsceommodations muit be greatl) ? alargad, lighting and sanitary n led ami sleeping Bceommodettaa? and bedding and other necessities pro- ! \l?ied. "While the boats are proceeding to Newport News all the necessities will be assembled there, and just as soon as the necessary work can be ??o:?.e they ?-..11 be dispatched. The ports for ?.Inch they will sail have not been set? tled. Thes? .-is ships will accommo? date eipht thousand passengers." ?Secretary Bryan issued the following to-day: "All American citizens who go abroad should carry American pSSSf "American eitlStSBS are advised not anly countries whieh SW at war. "It i ?specially important that; naturalized American citizens refrain from visiting their countries of oiigin . , countries which are at war there? with." The Department of State announced the lollowlafl New Yorkers hav . ?' m Kuropc. amon;? them hem-^ Gladya Venderbilt Beseehenyt, who i .ii Yienna: a a Tiinnia?. hoi :? ?.lue i?I.? on II Kroll ?aft for H- ? 1;. nl . ... enl ??en Mr? Henrietta C. ? II .Helene, Til? Misses lion?. Mil II Mr- Wartour? en. . -en ..ii.I Mi-s 11-? he R. \. Bterllna Telbol ??ski. H-illi Von W i"-tr -'I. Me?. A B. ?nd ll'ne I-", il.elni.ni. Hi" roirWQond . ?i..rk Till.une. JgCOb I.ansi' - ? I .| II..11.leert Ulli Ml ? sh.iil and the Btan? I tlunleh .le i/.?er.t!i..i-: eePntcasare Rkh ... i n ml ?Pratt, lefl for Holland :e .!. m U. \ ?. |. e lile.ilior H ?? m ? .... i. ..j old ' i''??!it? ! .in l Molli? done ? .i- I.--.,n II Kroll. ..in Ktlirl von S.-hllllnf, V ' ' 'I lern-l "II ?Il . Miel.le. k. sailed for . ' Venir? ? iiarti.I i..ii. i'-rt fei Mi'un. From Philadelphia, the following been located i ?Frieda, Amia Martin, daughter, Um bach; Jots Heed, Emalin? Re.iell. 11am burg; Mr Gittalsen, Berlin; Thomas Spragoe, Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. ?lold berger, Budapest; Evans Habbard, Ma? ilri.l. Prom Chitemge: ?Miss Kohlmann, Robert Dowman, Berne; Mrs. Jackson, ? . Weelensack, left Colons for llollai '. Careline Bouriand, J.H.Kor? ean Babastiaa; .lohn f. Hyder, Copenhagen; Air. .-.nd Mrs. P. A. Smith, Cairo; ??live Klammer, Milan; Hmkley, II...Ii Prom Brooklyn: Mr?. Sehleuster, ?Bohemia; Mil Etais Arvidson, Copen bag? From Buffalo? Mrs. liara Reese, Copenl . Prom Boston: (ieorge Grognons, ' .Munich. l-'ioni Newark. Mrs. Mary Hauscl mann. Illieim. I rom Orange? N. ?!?: Lena liilmorc, dauirh' , Col irg. * Prom Washington: Mrs. s.-hilbcrg and child, ?airo. Ile CeBSUl at Hin sl reported that he ha: been unable to Wurzel and Mr?. Lydie I well. <>r N?1" York, while the ? <>n-ul at R-rlin could not fm<l Ethel Roberts, of Nery York \r NIWPOBT. Aug. IS. With k L.. ? ander th? ef the ?i club and th? Newport Horticul? ture Society, ??.as open???i ?m the lawns of Mrs. 0. H. P. ?Balmont'i Belcourt mg ?he pri-'.e w in? ners ueie .?1rs. i. 0. Richardson, Ii. Living tan Becckssan, Jam?? ?Stillman, sn, ('apt. Roger " i. Mortimer Brooks, Mrs. William ',. \\- Id, Ml . Stuart Duncan. Mr . Preneh Vanderhill an i \ Many of Ihe ladies', ?nee have decide?! to give a numbei sf dinner edance? that had been >postponed earlier in the BOSSUS on account sf th? Jame. H. Haggin, who has been ill. i ? ! ? " .n the gUOSt sl Mr. and Mr?. Jame-, t?. Hag gin. left to-dav Tor New York. Mr, sad Mrs. Ogdea L Mills are ,t tending the Davis ?up match at f Hills. \|,- Robert 8. McCorssid has gone to Chicago for a few dais. > Montgomery Roosevelt am! i York, arc a? th Amone those registered at the Ca? lebs ' . ? ?vjd" Ich, of I ? Mrs. Watts, of NeuAerk; di Ruther' furd S?u> ? ? \i>\\; Mr-, i (tara Thon? ?,on t\WMas\\ Thorn on ?f I Philadelphia. hmV.A CHARITIES PROBE RESULT WITHHELD Report To Be Delayed Till Return of Secretary of Board. OVERCROWDINO IS CHARGED BY FARRELL Prirst Says 53 Women Patients Lay on Springs Between Cots Last luesday. The investigation now being con ? the State Hoard Of CB ' the administration of municipal in-titutions und? he rection I . but the results of the inquiry will not be made public until the return of Robert W. Heb?) tatf of the board, who ? '"-?''? This was lean ? rn an nlie.al of the state hoard, who r that the vrnorts already received from the investigators were of such a nature merit farther research. What? ever ?nay be 'he ooteoaM of the ii ration, rrtoia that ?he . will submit a report embodying carefully considered recom? to Mayor Mitchel concerning institu? tional administration under the city government. her Karrell. of the Church of Peter and Paul. Brooklyn, who , M of the Willi.;: end one of the foremost erities of Commissioner Kingsbui sued h in winch he chareed that on Taosday last lifty-three women the surgical ward of the Metropolitan Hoipital were compelled : ingS on the floor be- : tween cots in that ward, owing to over? crowding. Father Parrel] de: ed Com bury to deny the truth of his allegation. Says Sick Fight Hies. His statement, In part, is as follows: ''There are no screens in tl l odd windet i View He And it i? prett] BOM there won't h ? hi has visited that hospital fr?'luentiy, end yet he did 0? How could a non-ie- 'hut from - ncctcd in a January ? see the flies and mosquitoes com tig in fund onal ileps also without foresight Be I dying there .nier will i | aide to bnuh away the iwai I " The eommiaciaaer*! rambling ?'is sertation on the har.i those who visit their sick 01 . iu!d be laughable, if the matter ?? ? i s no( sei Ion , As it le, are conten iptible. He -?v-? they do not walk from Coetlotoa Poor < 01 They only walk "less t.ran two ? from Sea View." I never said how far A woman with a bundie aad I child or two. on one of tnese August m ?wo mil that's nothing, i he could pay for a rule in a "private 'b\u." And that t improvement in trampo' i" there. "The former commissioner bought auto "buses for the explicit purpose of transport^-? visitors to patients ? i'h out charge. Pool m not now] generally allowed to ride ia them. Tue commissioner's verbosity on this mat? ter is absurd. ThS great ability displayed ,n tn ? department botn i by 11ii '.'ii. after live ->r six weeks' delay, the au' > a.nhula;; Blackwell's Island Wai I'll in ?oikmh sion and the few rap ?han |M the deportmcat w.*is if. a chauffeur to irn Ht. " riie eomml isioner, ia, say. four or lonths, will have A ri port telling "out it ? lm.li be v.ill have no i to rea?l aiui it won't make any, diff?rence then, anyhow. But this is I the "' ? icy" a id .he "larger questions" to which he devote j ii a? self. (alls Hospital Overcrowded. "Tuesday, August 11, this week, the nicht whs bot and sultry, end tho. | most favorably housed around this city i found it burdensome. Ou that nipht m Ward H. Metropolitan ifespits female inrgi? sl ??? ..r d, I b? re ? beds, the normal number. Ir. thai ' ward there were lL'i pat , of 18. The -.? poor, id ?? omen torod and groaned In the heat a; t air they could not sleen upon wire spriagS on the floors, in the aisles.,be beds, and th.e overcrowding WM contrary to las " l'h?re w i re id m similar On I iirht there not far frei .Sty beds in the private ho.iiiti ., :n which thOMC M ' .< id suffering women could have ? been eared for In comfort. "This is not the season of lar?*e de? nial'! ! accommodation. To poeh the s lick my surgic ii . m a war?! .n that way crime. It should be im* "do it in this t?i?r bumanil . loving ell ke the Hlacl-. Hole m Calcutta. " knd ' he ? 'omml i lioaer . very si though hi no more truthful than the rest el ? Mu i hausen tales .?Lout tin 'larger work' la charities. Me ??ill yet learn that, the ew thiagl I have told about bis ' I and I kno?. many more are true, and that hi ministration ?s s failure aad disjrrace.' BRYAN TREATIES RATIFIED None of Eighteen Is with Any of Powers Now at War. I 1 rom I li. Waahingtoa. Aug. 13. Eighteen <>f the iwen j peace troatios negotiated by Secretary Bryaa wore ratified bj ihe Senate t.i : | i on the I Pan? with those countries can be tcrutii I Senate. that becau i if the United States with both Panama and Santo Domingo an unqualified peace SUS compli? cate.' The ratified :? doe net ineiudi i any of the European war. The . The ? land ?. Portugal, .*->.?. itserland, Denmark, Italy. Salvador. Guatemala, Hondura?. Nicaragua, Hot ' ina, I ? .nil. MAYOR FAGAN ILL Jersey City Official Afflicted with Stomach Trouble. Marl H. Pagan. Mayor of Jersey City, i? seriousl) ill ? ? ,. ., ? -.??,. hi- at his home in Mercei City. lie ?va? strichen in July and went tn Ihe I .rued home a few Orning sedition b?casse i ich that a physi? can ??a?-, called in. Heroic me i j brought relief, and it was said last night improvement had been shown PROF. A.S. BICKMORE DEAD Noted Educator Founded Mu?? seum of Natural History. I'rof. Albert Smith Bickmore, 'ound?r of the American Museum bt Natural .. died Wedne?i?lay rug-ht ?t h'S summer home In Nonquit, Maas., m bu seventy-"ixth yesr. lie was a veteran War and fought ?hrough 1,c with the Forty-f?urth Massachu'.etfi Vo|.ir,teers. ?Ths organizatio'i sf the museum, which is seeot.d no?* only to the Briti?h i, ?a-? b"?gur. by .Mr. Bickmore in HS not only launched the enter ned support f< ? it, mal r ? ?ijcht Hgainst big ???Id- I'ne TwMS BS in power at I at time, and it ?a? oniy through a supreme effort ?ha' Mr. Bickmore ..uceeeded In k?*?p. ing the institution out of politic?. ??eneral I ?id the comer stone of the first ?building For many ye.-.M I'rof. Bickmore traveilel extensively, makin* a lection ef rare -..hich aro stiel in the mUSS?. He introduced ?i still is vogue ?nd delivered many lectures ta student. ,'. this work, he held the ehsir ef /oology both a? Mao . and at Ham He ?r|ll be buried in Wo->dlawn Cemetery, Sa - s HHKA?K PETTIT. Ph ?ad-lphi?. Aue. Il Horace Pe??it. ;. known corporation lawyer M .? ar.d an authority on patent ? ins snssmet mime m At < ry to-day. He -?as fifty-four id. Mr Petti? figured ?s ( sel tn many trials in which patent rights were involved. HiA'tv MACGUNHML Henry MacGregor, eighty-six ye?r? eld. died-at the hon.e of his son, Wll? lard II. MacGre?gor, Is M st. and War burton av , Bayside. early yesUrdav morning, lie was born is Canada, and Dp to the* time of his retirement, twenty years apo, was a prominent build. Manhattan. A daughter, Mrs. Robert Wiltin, lives in Salt Lake I'ify. Louisiana Breaks a Shaft. ipgfon. Aug. IS. Tie ba'tl? - hip Louisiana, en route to GnsntanSSSS . ?ra 'ru/.. ha-, broken lier ?port propeller ?haft. The battleship Tesa? will convoy her to the Norfolk t avy vard. after which the Texas will ?go to New fork DIED. -ore, A. S. Sanborn. Noel B Crowell, W. A. Stuart, William H. Hemenover, S. G- Whithed, Marshsil BICKMORE On Wednesday evening, August IL', at hi? sumiller home. Nonquit. Mass. Albert Smith Bick? more. I,I,. D., of the American Muse? um of Natural History, in h-s ,*Sth year. Funeral at Nonquit. Su..day, August 1*1, at 10 a. m. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City, at the convenience of the family. CBOWILL William Arthur, son ef the late James T. and Adeln, H. Crowe) I, suddenly, August ?J. Fu? neral service, 1*59 Rector . Perth Amboy, \. J, Saturday, '2. in p. m. HEMENOVER At rest on Thui August ?:i, 1011. At the re? i-nee of her son-in-law. Frederick Tilling? hast, at Meaand?, Aibati>, N. y. Sarah G. Hemenover. Interment ?l Morristown, N. J., Saturday, Auegurt lj. on arrival of train leaving N'ew York at 0:15 p. m. SANBORN On Thorsday. August 13. Noel Byron, in the 75th age. Funeral tervicce. pr late residence. 47 Brevoort I Brooklyn, N. *i. STUART At Stuart Croft, Lake Uon konkoma, L. I., August 13, William Henry Stuart, beloved husband of Ada Stuart, in the T.'id year of his Funeral services at the Church ?.! the Transfiguration, 5 La<t 'jath ? ? v York, Monday, August 17, 11 a. m. WHITHED <?n Wednesday night. Au 12, 1011. at the N. Y. HosntUl, ? two weeks' i!lne?s at the home <?'' ins daughter. Mrs. ('liarles Soors Baldwin, Whithed. born June 11, 1886. Funeral services at St. Luke's Chapel, Hudson opp Grave st., Saturday morning, An. . ?Vises. Lowell, Mass., Paper please copy. MANHATTAN AND BR??.\.Y. BUNBEt, Hans, tW9 8th av., Augurt i-', aged 18. BURCKEL, Henrietta. 2117 Washing. ton av.. Augii.-t 12. Funeial to-day. (Ri'N, Frank, lit Kast 88th st., Au 2ii.-t 11. Funeral to-day. PRANK, Louis, B4I Teller sv., The Bronx, August 11, aged *.;. CRANKY. Mary. Hi West 116th at-, August II, Funeral to-day. KUHLE, August, ,".0.'t Fast ?7th sL, Au gs??? 11. Funeral to-day. M'M'LIFFK. Thomas, 32>S Fast 2>Sth . August 1'!, aged 55. RIORDAN, William, lb3 Fast 87th st., August 11. SKLTKI, Andre- N., 801 West Fnd a\., August \S, BROOKLYN. CHRISTIAN80N, Catherine. (Mg 4th ;.?... August IS, asred 56. Funeral to? da;.. ERICSSON, Hansine, 328 40th st., Au ' 12, aged 47. M'GRATH, Fatnck. 82 W'oodhull ?t, August IS, Funeral to-d?y. Mi'!,AN. Michael. lo'J Fckfotd St., Au gust l.'l. Funeral to-morrow. OESTREICH, Henry L.. 6??3 8th ?t., August IS. PALMEE, Kluabeth. 953 Kent av , Au : 12, aged M. Funeial to-day. BONLEITEE, Gorge, 17:> Grove sU August 12. Funeral to-day. TRAVERS. Mary 1 , l-st Madison kt . August 12, aged jH. Funeral tu-nior IOW. ?R, Adolph. IM D>keinen st, Au? gu t 12. Funeral to-morrow. LONG ISLAND. ? LARK. Virginia, (?reat .Neck, August 12. Funeral to-day. DK RUSK, Dotninic, Jamaica, ?ugest ?i MIS. Maria. North Amityville, Au t;u.^l 11. aged ? HO RACK ER, Joseph, Astoria, August IS, aged 2?. LE1BOLD, ??eorge, Woodhaven, August 10, agcl NEW JEB8SY. COLE, K?l?.?ard N. Ocesn Grove, Au ? 12. ? ? i? i NVA. Jaiiies, Last Orange, August 12. Funeral to-morrow. ? ROI BE, ??-ear. Dover, August 11. i at to-day. FORCE, Raymond B., North Plainfield. AugUUt 11, aged SS. ?.??ii- ?Patenas, August 12. ral today. JEFFERSON, .loh-i |. .in . . i ?v, Au gust IS, aged I?. Funeral to day. MARTIN. John T, Kluabeth. August 12. MOLL, Hihlegard, Hobokcn, August 12. Fun? ral to-day. PONJE8. Fr,.!e,-ick IL. Hoboken. Au ? 12, aged 37. Funeral August 1?. ROTUE, Frederick. Jersey City, Au? ifust 12. 1 uncial to-day. . \\ i I?'i Ir A. Jame, IL. N'ewark. Aa? gust 13, aged 76. Funeral to-day. I I.Ml.ll.KltS. ?HI Ml HI I>1. AWN lKMr.rr.RT. r."J?J tl by Hmlm.i Valu ?u?i ty 't'i<4,t/. ?Juke. Ig UM ?w It, N. X.