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The Conning Tower
?ill VINED VERSE There i? a lunnc ?pell Whvh poel . - ??? r ?v-..-, y \ merry ?? erbal ; ? ank, i -?.I lack-a-day! rh*j me do clar-?k. rile, R? ' ? ?::it'.:in-i shell, tier. ? ' gentl; swa.) ised bank. ephyrs! N ay, lank ..te'le -"ii gr\\ : and ?well - the rhythi j ?-;, though deeply they - ring's Piei i 'ig!-.. hains of ri ! '.' NVi?:: - as I read this lay. : ?TL-rcr with I ink . . . Beg pardon, . . . F, P. A. . . - ol rhyme d clank. Carry. ? re vera librod, it ?ip;ht be versified; this ia the prosa of it A fashionable woman, querulous over having to wait ten min? utas foi mplains at the crowdedness of the shops. a crowded Bronx Park express, were n young rar. ?>' ? beautiful young woman. She wns holding his hand and they were I 'into each other's eyes. At 72nd Street they got off, ttill ?jTatinf, ar.d stood on the crowded platform, utterly alone; th? two only beings in the universe. CUPID'S TEETHING RING. Sir: The love story upon which I cut my wisdom teeth, when a boy, was "John Lrer.t" by Th??odore Winthrop?the Harry Leon Wilson of the '?^Os. What was yours" \V. \V. E. We can't recall ne:r,p interested in any love story before "The Honora: \t Peter Stirling." 0: e car.7-.ot help admiring Mrs. Russell Sage's restraint. Not for han -.? racketty manner of enjoyment, not for her the gy. "Mrs. Russell Sacre," headlined yesterday's .- ? D.rthday Qui?. I we like the go.td taste of couples who are Quietly Married. If there is one thing that offends, it is a marriage ceremony ?erf. Igh a megaphone. THE LETTERS OF DULCINEA. Bromidlewild, Sept. ?th. \ iv: I know I haven't written to you in simply ayes, I've been a- busy M a one-armed paper hanger. - up a War Relief Fund and you know that ?aseas eroshay from morning till night and you simply can't cro shay tad write at the same time. Perry of course makes fun of (.?ertrufit- and I f?>r working so hard and tells everybody we are _?- for the Belgian atrocities. He can say the I think of those millions of poor souls starv irg a* seems a shame to be dancing and having a good timer.-: hear. Isn't it too bad about the Hesperian? And just aa ?Wat/thing -.?..; all settled, too. Do you suppose we'll go to war now? 1 think Pre?. Wilson is such a fine man. I'm sure what evtr he d tea wiii be right. Well anyhow I'm thankful I'm not a mir, ?.:'. i you? I mean that you aren't? Yrs. Dvi.ci.nka. If | and Railroad had given poor service during th?? A'.l-c rr.<: ' 7',urnament, there is a likelihood that this Jampot cf -J Id have hurled a philippic or two at'ihat corpora? tion. But the service was . lously good, and somebody ought ? We ar* in receipt of a n"* golf book from Doubleday L Page, cn Wa ? that It ha? been especially derlr/ned by J?rof> land Rice, (irsntoldrice in the Spoitlight. >.- the name of tht* publishing firm, also on the cover? Deer I?le's Distinguished (.uest. ?Wr".- ne A Pick?-r!r,at foi - r- ?ptlor, tSBderSd Mu? Msr gar<-t woodr?.?? Will in 1 Mr? Al f-e I.nngwnrth visited Dark Harbor, ? ? ere, ? its our sor.d fei ? row Wilson's company to share. ? mora adi er, w se ar.d i;iand, .>ur Nation? lo\e and gratitude . mie here to clasp his hand. ? ? implicit?,- hi? liking ? j raise of fame, W< the giorioui deeds That are credited to President Wilson's name. ndid to live and labor ?o grandly after thi ir Bet of ?un, ? red I recounted like Washington's. [DONT GO. MORE TO'MOBROsV AND SUNDAY.] Acute is the hiarinsr of Mr. Karl K. Kitchen, who tells thai Mary Pickford's "inaudible murmer of assent came from beneath the bedspread/' Still, as Janet Priest suggests, it may have come by win RE IS .(-ALL reni?e World.] I is it.?it ha p. i* nrara aalary then H?e I ? : mura than my other evening paper ; be hau to endure ths unspeakable deg K it' If our own Mr. Pepys had lost %9 or $11 to Mr. George M. Tenafly, he would have been unable to enclose a janery *'ith his ch? YES. Sir: I ?id you know that Mrs. Sophia Drinkwine, of Walling ford, Cotuu, who has .iust died, had a daughter in the person of Mrs. Louis i . . of Meriden? B? B. V?. "I dance as they did before the fall of Rome." confesses Maud AH?n. "And yet B. L T? in th? Chicago Tribune, "and yet Rome fell!" Boom didn't fall for Mr.ud. though. Conning Tower run second at Lexington yesterday, which to ??* is just the ?ame like he lose. "Carolyn Wells's ambition to ensconce herself and yours to hop into a tab," confe.-M--? Jar.e i'nd?'. "are a> nothing compared with my l>fe-long jiarnii.? to bt able t<> wring my hands. If I could once "unter this art, I am sure I could pje triumphantly on until at last l could 'bridle prettily.' " "I'll let you see me Hop into a Cab if you w!ll let me watch yw dash off a paragraph," offers Hill. And IL S. in certain that th? Tiian who hops into a cab goes out to (?et a Bite to Eat and to T*^ the Air. "I do not know," Mr. P. A. Vaile writes, "if anybody ever did *hat since Mclaughlin really wan McLovgUia. I trow not." That's our ambit-h; to trow something. F. F. ?A. FILM PLAY MAKES PLEAFORDEFENCE "Battle Cry of Peace" Is Thrilling in Depicting War's Horrors. NEW YORK FARES BADLY UNDER FIRE Good Acting by Well Known Screen Players in Bip Vita graph Feature. "The Battle Cry of Peace." a Mm . by J. Btuart Blackton, at the VnBi-raph Theatre. Produced under the direction of Wilfrid North. ran ( ?st '. 'ohe n?"'v-> ? ? i. lluaeri i ?I-.? -? i Mm )f*i . -a.? m . iri . Mr?. Vai * I ?Ir. v, I I- ? . .-??-. i Ja .-? i ??n. .<?. r . A I a Ht h . - . - H l ?? I . N War Vio? il?! I*** f -i . ?-,?? -.v . . ? n |*at< pa Ki.i....ir .... -:?? ..... \S ? I , B) IIKYWOOD BROI'N. W .n ?:;? th? me ( ?'??;??. Battle , Cry of Peace," the feature Sim which was produced last night at the Vita* . grsph Theatre. The picture ?hows B ?war not at wireless and cable range ! but well within the corporate limits of New York. It will not be pleasant, this doorstep ? it cornea,and some parts of the moving picture shown last, night were ! not artistic because of the manner in 1? it , that Is the way of war. Conflict leaps over the rale? of art as nimbly as if they were so many article.? of the Hague Convention. "The Battle Cry of Peace" is frankly ' a propaganda play for preparation, and ?is inch i* is always earnest, always tent and at times decidedly elo? quent The personal interest in the drama is lost now and again, but the Central theme of the necessity of arma? ment is ai? ays in mind. Th- i ? are thrills by the yard, hor? ror? slov Is drawn out inch by inch and nol . few fe*?t of kooiI comedy. The t nenti of the camera are re? markable. The company which wa? ?m; i..--.-.: ?r making "The Battle (rv "' P< aci " must have left a dev.. bel ind it like Belgium in the path of the Germans. A train is wrecked merely to point a passing ar gumen. for the hero, and building ?eliding goes down under heavy guntir- or bombs from the iky, Enormous crowd? are employed in the sceiies of panic and b g masses of troops pictured as they eharge in the face of shrapnel. There is also s laree naval battle ar.d some decidedly showlnc the manoeuv? ring of r-ubmarines. But the best of all tho pictures concerned one of the hor the shoot-the-chutes al d. It wa? a picture taken from the prow of a boat as it came down the long slide, and when the crat*. struck the water an entire house? ful o? spectators was bounced high in the air orne, twice and again. The Coney Island scene is shown be fore the aeclaration of war when hing is peace in the homes of th. Harrisons and the Vandergriffs. In particular peace rest? on the home o:' the Vandergriffs, for the head of that family is an advocate of disarmament. An ???,. '.v.y ?] y urges hin on in th work. John Harrison, who loves Vir? ginia Vandergriffs, is an advocate of preparation, but bis words are little heeded and the dread day comes when there are no box ??cores on the first page of the evening papers, but only war in Cheltenham type of about U"11 point. The announcement of the beginning of hostilities is made in a salmon sheet which has been the greatest thorn in the side of the German armies ever since the war began, and we for one ?rere inclined to doubt the au-, thentieity of the report until s shell Came In th? Of Harmony Hali and broke up a pesce meeting. Shells came fast then and bombs, too. l?ow:i go houses, iheds, bridgei ;>-id all in the face of the - tire. The j guns of the hrrbor forti Sre shown : in action, but they are outranged by the fleet of the enemy and the army of Emsnon lands in New York. With the foe come the horrors. John Harrison and Mr. Vandergrift, the alioc-,ie, arc shot. Harrison luently recovers in miraculous ? -i onl) to die of a bayonet thmst. Virginia Vandergrift ?hoot- th" enemy! spy and ir. the most horrible sc- ? ?*??" 'trs. Vandergrift kills her two daughters to save them from drunken soldiers. The shooting of the little ? v her mother is quite the most ble thing we have ev,r seen on1 pp i< reen. The agony is piled on , fearful fashion. But if the suc tess of the campaign for preparation -, ? upon scaring people into a reali '.-\tion of the needs for defences we can any horror? pictured for B good .?ause. Preparation nay keep onr hor n the screen. La* OS Macduff, saj we. _ COLLEGIANS IN ART CONTEST ? olumbla and V. P. Architects Design Ti.mh?Jury Selected. Columbia arid the University of Pennsylvsnis lead among the college? in the number of then students sn ., the eomi el * on vounsj ; . cl - promoted by the I Young Artists. The work will be ex hibited in Mrs. Harry l'ayrie Whitney's , s West Kighth Street* - on Septemtx i It. The theme of the competition ii il, plan for a private mausoleum. The jury of awards, completed yesterday. '?? include Thomas Hastings, chairman w. Emerson, J. C. L-evy, L 8 '.'. I B. Rofman, jr.. Jame* Otis Post, , \v Lamb, H. Hornbostel, W. L Bot -, W. N. Tavlor. F. H. Bosworth, |r Lloyd Warren, J. V. Van Pelt, A. W. Lord, ?.. V. Meeks, R. H. Dana. Jr. H. Van Buren McGonigle, W. B. Cham Chappcll, W, A. Delano, A. 1 B, I ? T. Hastia?, J- H ' Fre? dland? r, L <i White. L. F. Pecki . and Chester Holmes A'.drieh. The Whitney Galleries will be kept each Tuesday night during the1 exhibition. At the suggestion of some l lot the young artists, the society ?Til. I f..rm a club of those who enter th. :? competitions. Arrangem.n' >? are te be made for a lecture by B well , known artist at each >f the monthly j meetings. -1 SEE THE FAIR. PETERS SAYS I'reeident of Long Inland itailroad Bark from San Francisco. Balph Petera, president of the Long ! Island Bailroad Company, has returned i from a trip t? San Francisco, with the advice '" every citi/.en who can afford | i. not to miss the fair. Mr. Peters, although mak.ng the trip primarily for his health, ?pent much time in furthering the work of the Railway Pay Committee of which he is I chairman. THAIS LAWTON. Columbia a?, pictured in "The Battle Cry of Peace," at Vitagraph Theatre. NEWS OF PLAYS AND PLAYER .May Irwin Will Turn H< Summer Place Into an Actors' Home. Max Irwin's fummer residence in I Thotiaand Inland.? will h?> an ae'o home ;f it livea another year. Wh re ;r- h. ing made by Miss Irv? with only tha welfare of the actors mind, it in understood that she is n in position to reject any incidental a that accrues to "33 Wnshin ?on Sfpi.-ire," now pie.ymr Bt the Pal The only catch in the project is Mi Irwin'? statement '.hat the home will open to "retired comedians and comei ? xciu? iveiy." At another poi in fhe si nouncement, however, it ted that "the only requirement w be that hi- or she mu.<t have tried n ike people laugh," which is taken mean that Mi<? Irwin must have r lented and decided to make it easier qurlify. Mis* Irwin, who ia worth almost i much money as Lillian Russell clain ??i ipend annually for clothe?, ha-i i various time*? ?riven large sums tocha it? In giving her home she will reac tl ? el mas of her benefactions. Ti home ia on an island opposite Clayto N. V., i r.fl will be called Ro-emai whon the actors take possession. campaign will he conducted shortly t ??(-cure an adequate endowment fund. In proof of what the sacrifice wi r, Misi Irwin anouneea that i futir? she will live near Philadt'phii Mainly for the purpose of combatin ? r. that they consider hostil mol ..i: p'otur. n-.'-n representing ever branch ot the industry met al tl i Mi Alpin yesterday and took the first step i -?.- organization of the Mot.o Picture Ro-ird ?if Tr.ide of ?mena Nearly all ?*<f the big concerns were rej; ?cd. Only $370,000.000 was taken in * motion picture shows ln.^t year, ?t?te Im people, and they are of th opinion that .-omething ought to b dona sbou*. it. Brandon Tynan, actor, is the autho of George Arliss's new pi?;/, a? yet un named. Arliss landed from Englani erday, bringing uith him Mrs ??i , *n return to work, an. a moderately good story about a Zep pelia scare. ('. M. S. MeLellan, who has been of in a quiet spot in th?" Argonne writin? a muaieal eomedy, also reached New York resterday. Although Mr. McLel Ian brought the manuscript with him jealous Vienna librettists made no ef f..r: to have the vesael torpedoed. I1 is entitli ?! "Around the Map," snd Klau liv.-e already put it into re hearsal. Herman Finck is responsible for the muaie, ?nd Joseph Urban ha? ?iven some blue paint and told tc get bui y ?fi the scenery. "Town Topics" has been postponed tc September 18, and a number of people are beginning to understand why the theatre is called the Century. N'ot only has a Cleveland newspaper man had a plav called "The Kterr.al Magdalene" produced in his home town, Ihm O t Selwyaa will present the play m Ne? York. The author is Robert H. McLaughlin, and the play is still i unnini at tha Colonial Theatre, Cleve? land. Inasmuch as the Selwyns rarely make mistake.?. It i? believed that the tiUa of the plaj is a misnomer. The Hippodrome will open under the Dillingham management early in Octo? ber, and the new ?how will be called -Hi,,: Hip! Hooray!" In this in atanca H is ?aid that the title conveys a good xi*-? of the plot. Maude Adams is rehearsing four playa, preparatory to beginning her season out of town October 11th. She will erne to the F.mpire December 20, with a repertory consisting of "Peter l'an," "What Every Woman Knows," "The Litt!?? MinisUr," "Quality Street," "The Legend of Leonora" and "The Udiee' Shakespeare." The latest play to follow the custom of the sea.-on ard undergo a change of title is "Husband and Wife," which Will be called "A Marne' Mistress" when It op ina at the Forty-eighth Sir?et Theatre next Wednesday. tine of the most important literary announcement? of the season is that the career of Farle William?, moving picture player, bss been put between I covers and can be obtained at all go boi.k .?tores. Constance Collier will work for O ?i r Mor. s.-., this . ease . being tl .., -i.-ar in a dr. ma.izntion of 1 afaurier*a novel, 'Peter Ibbel play will be seen in New York in N vember. .Miss Collie- is now in Kn land, aiding the eau e of the Allies 1 producing plays in British hospital?. Miriam Collins, who plays opposi William Hodge in "The Road to ?la piness," has been signed for thr years by the Shubert? to keep h from jumping to the Federal League. With a view to proving that i dramatic feat is too difficult for tl ??s of a famous histrionic fat ; ily, the two Sotherns Sam and E. will appear on the same stage [ successive offerings, Sem Sothern v. play si the Booth In "A Psir of Si . Stockings," and K. II. will follow i "The Two Virpjes." e LENOX REVIVES INDIAN CU5T0I Society Folk Parade Throng Bear Mountain Glen. II?) T-l-traph la fit* Till.iin? 1 Lenox, Mass., Sept. 0. An old India custom, a parade through the Ico (?lei was revived to-night by prominent sc ci?ty people, when more than one hur dred marched through the gorge i Bear Mountain, carrying torches an colored lighta and wearing fai costumes. A band anrt a bugler heade the procession. Alter the parade th marcher- danced round a big bontire | the village park. Dr. Thomas S. South worth, F.dwaid B. Owen, Miss Margare French and Arthur M. Walker arrange the partide. Mr. snd Mrs. Cortlandl F. Bishop wll start to-morrow on an automobile tri to Canada. To-morrow night they wi] be the ;,- ?? of Dr. and Mrs. W, Sc wai 1 Webb at Sherburne, Vt. Mrs, Char!.- E. Ih-.nu was hostess a luncheon this afternoon. Mrs. Gordon Abbott, who was hur by the overturning of her limousin Monday, was able to leave the hospita and to return to Bosl Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish Webster who have been at ?urtis Hotel, hav returned to Newport. Mrs. Kugene A. Philbin returned ti New York. A successful sale was held at Mis Adele Kneeland's Fair I.awn estate thi afternoon for the benefit of St. George' Church in Lee. Mrs. William E. S Griswold, Mrs. Henry Holdstei Pease i Mrs. Joseph Wh Loa M Mun ?roe, Mrs. Edward? Spencer, Mrs. Johr | Button and Mrs. John Stuart McLen nan assisted in the s;.le?. Mr. and Mrs John Stuart McLennar have arrived al Aahintully Farm, ?r Tyringhnm, for the i.utumn. Miss Katherine Bullard hf.? arrive?1 to visit with Mrs. ?'hutch;'! Satterlee Mr. and Mrs. (?eorge B. de (iersdorfl have re'urned to New York after a vis:! with Mi*? Caroline T. Lawrence. WHITNEY YACHT LAUNCHED Hi il,.,??,, 17"> Feet Long, Christened by O* ner'* Daughter. Philadelphia, Sept. 9 The steam vacht Whileawhy. built by ?ramp for Harry Payne Whitney, wan launched to-day in the presence of a large party of friends of the owner. Mi*s PI? ra Payne Whitney, one of his daughters, was the sponsor. The yacht is 17.*) feet long, H feet beam anil 13 feet deep. SALE CLIPS $31,500 OFF PEARL NECKLACE State Appraisal Dwindles in Min? turn Estate Accounting. A pearl necklace which the apprais? er? of the State Controller'? office valued at |90,000 commanded on:;, '.on when it was placed on 'he mark.t. Th?- variation between the prices fixed by the ?tate's expert* and those gjg? - erned Dy actual trade cutidi'.ion- -.? is revealed yesterday, when an account? ing was tiled in the Surrogate?' Court of the estate of Louisa Minturn. whose total property amounted to tl.HT.'.lTa?. John Wendell Miniara, of Syosset. Long Island; Misa Su?an Minturn, of Tuxedo Park. N. Y -.n? Mrs. Catherine M. Le Ray, of Southampton, Lo?ig 1*1 and. children of Mr?. Minturn. e.-.ch re? ceived Hi*.500 as their share of the pro? ceed? of the ?ale of the string of pearl?. A special trust fund of $.-.5.00?) was created for the son, the executor? re? ported, after which other equal trust ? fund? were e?tablt?h*-d for the three | heirs, each amounting to $1.74,270. MISS W. K. M'KAY TO WED SOLDIER Marriage to Lieutenant E. C. McNeil Will Take Place October 16. FRENCH PLAY TO AID UNION HOSPITAL Performance Will Be Given at Home of Mrs. J. C. Work, September 17. For the benefit of the Union Roa pita I Mrs Herbert Hrov.-n will irive the French play "Le Raiser" in the gar? den of Red House, the horn? of Mrs. John Cllatoa Wurk at Oyster Hay, on September IT. The patronesses include Mr?. Theo .i'.if Roosevelt. Mrs. E. Reeve .Merr ''. Mrs. i'harle? L. Tiffanv, Mrs. Ormond <? Smith, Mrs. Georg? Dyer, Mr?. Wal? ter 8, <.'in-.ee. ir.. Mrs. Thi.ma? I. ( Inrke. Mr?, fierier I.. I'm-'. Mr?. as I. ?' ffirv. Mr?. Walter Jen? nings, Mrs, Harold I'r-itt. Mr a. John 'handier M?.ore and Miai Cornelia Beekmaa. Mi?? Mary Kingsb'jry MacKay. daughter of Mr. ai.?l Mrs. Henry Mac Kajr, will be marri??! to Liettti Edwin <?!v,.r McNeil. T'. S A.. Satui dav, October 16, .?' the country home < f her parenta on fhe Shore Road, Hay Ridge. U-.ving to illness in the family only relatives and close fr.ei.,!? ; will be bidden *o the ceremony, which | is to be performed by ?he Rev. I?r. Charles Carroll Albertson at B:M o'clock. Mis? Isabel Watts MacKav will be her sister's only attendant and '. Henry MacKay. jr.. la to be best man. Lieutenant McNeil was graduated from West Point In 1907 and is now f-tajioned at Governor's Island. His cla.ismate, Lieutenant William Henry, a few years aco married Miss Elisa* beth MacKay, and it was while serving as usher at the wedding that he tirst met his fianc?e. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon are ' receiving- congratulations on the birth I of a daughter at their simmer heme at ? Southamp'on. Mrs. Sheldon in a daughter of Mrs. William C. Gulliver _ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Yuille and their daughter, Miss Ellen Yuille, have : returned to town from White Sulphur .??'print's. Miss Yuille will ht? married to William J. Sturgis in November. Mr. and Mrs Frederick W. Vandc! hilt will spend a few days at the Ritz Carlton before point? to their country place at Hyde lark. N'. Y., for the fall. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Fleitmann and their daughter. Miss Lida Louise ? Fleitmann, left town yesterday for ? Syracuse. Mrs. H. de Rerke'.ev Parsons will ?rive a iliiiice at Sherry's on December 23 to introduce her daughter, Miss Katherine de Herkelev Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Stevens have returned to town from liar Harbor. Mr. and Mr?. H. Ogden Chisholm have leased the house at 21 West Tenth Street for the winter. They I will take possession on October 15. Mrs. T. De Witt Cuvler will trive a ?In.ice at Sherry's on February I Miaa Eleanor de (?rafT Cujrler, who will be one of the season's debutantes. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gould Jennings have taken possession of their country place at Fairtield, Conn., for the ful!. Mr. ar.,| Mrs. William Payne Thomp? son have arrived in town from New? port to remain a few days before ?jo? int: to Ai ken, S. C J. J. VAN ALEN AGAIN A NEWPORT CITIZEN Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jone?; Rack from Yaching Trip. [H> ttmgtnatl ?? Th?Tn?>.i?i.- ] Newport, R. I . Sept. S. Jame? J. Van Ab-n has airain become a citizen of this city. He is airain assessed and will be entitled to ?ote at the coming city election. Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones re Mimed from New York to-dav on their eteam jraeht Narada Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Gould Jennings have left for their home in Connecti? cut Mr. end Mrs. Hamilton W. I'ary have decided to remain at the Pinard I ot intil the end of the month. A dinner In honor of Ambassador and Mme. Riano of Spain will be given "n Septembei Ifl bj Mis. Will? iam ?. Diaper, of Washington. Mrs, Draper snd her daughter will remain here until the first of the month, when they will go to White Sulphur Springs. Mr. a*"d Mrs. Vincent Astor, who will give a dinner dance at Beechwood this -, have returned from their short yachting trip. Mrs. French Yanderbilt was a dinner hostefs this evening. Mrs. J. f. A. ?'lark gnve a luncheon y at her home. Mus K'i'h ThOBMS, ?t Newport, and Duncan, of Mew York, registered at the Casino to-dav. The lutter i ? s micst of Mr?. Stuart Duncan. Bishop Cusack Enthroned. Albun?. S. p?t. I. The Right Rev. ?Thoraai f. Cusaek, of New York, was 'enthroned to-day as the fifth Bishop of ?he Catholic d "'? -e of Albat;.?. i.g the late R-.shop Thomas M. A. Burke. Cardinal Fariej preaidad at the ceremony, which was attended by .more than 300 priests. Including II,-h i Igdensburg; Hayes, of New York, and Hiokey, of Rochester. a /k-Sr? :??>???-?'? n ? ? --i--?-?:?u?_ Woman Suffrage Party. H??t ?tatet ? < i w?'. flH>< < ' ? > ? ffMli Of ' aWBBMlllB * - tl Mr I I ?. the M?f.'? l?-afii? ft? Woman Huffrm? , H,f-r?n- a \ '. ' . v. ???.?-r-, rsaatsari - . lit ?. ?.?*?*Wf|.,? ff licuar I??? ?-..niailttt? M -?!-l i ?. n ? ??"'.? ? Ma; i.a'fan "r?a!.lMra ?t 4? Kaat '? 1 ?? ' kB '?? 4 U ? ?. ??. ? ????a?.I | la? nt Lams Ialand - ... Ul a- ill I li.. 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Iiolaa A??-i.ur I JO ?. m. ri'i'-i.'-jr -n???ii:.? ai Third Aiti.ua sc4 trttnl ?ax-??r>d Btt-eat. SQUADRON A OFF TO GIVE CIRCUS Cavalry Pitches Camp at Piping Rock This Afternoon. WILD WEST SHOW TO AID HOSPITAL Drills and Fancy Riding To Be I 'catares of Military Tourna* ment for Charity. Completely equipped with camping outfits, chefs and hostlers, tents and horses, the men of Squadron A will leave New York this afternoon ana pitch cimp in approved military fash? ion at Piping Rock. Thero they will ?rive, i? 3:30 Saturday afternoon, a Wild West show, military tournament and circus tor the benefit of the Nas? sau ? ounty Hospital, at Mine?la. Thev will be assisted by some of the best known horsemen on I.ong Island, and will have among their pntrone??es Mrs ist Belmont, Mrs. Devereux Mil burn, Mrs. J. P. Morgan, jr., and Mr?. Harry I'ayre Whitney. The daredevil rider? of New York's most famous cavalry organization will drill by platoon, troop and ?quadron. demonstrate hov a Seid gun is fire.I. and ?how eneagtl fancy andtriek horse, manship to get th.>m jobs with Buffalo Bill. Another show will be given at t K:30 in the evening. Train? will leave the Pennsylvania and Flatbush Avenue stations 12: ?0 and 1:56 o'clock, arriving at Locust Valley at l:M and 3:1?5 o'clock. For i the evening performance they .ire . scheduled at 1:11 and 7:10 o'clock, ar? riving at 7:26 and 8:17. Tickets at |5 each are obtainable ; from Mrs. lWkman Winthrop, treaa urer, at Wostbury. Long Island. Fach purchaser of six tickets will be entitled : upon request to S reserved hex. The patronesse? are: Mrs. J. A. Al ber* ion, Mrs George r". Baker, jr., Mr*. | Robert Bacon, Mr?. William M. Bald? win, Mrs. Courtlandt D. Barnes, Mrs August Belmont, Mr*. O. W. Bird. Mr? Cornelius Bliss, jr. Mr?. George B. Brewster. Mrs. Lloyd Brvce. Mrs. J. A. Burden. Mrs. A. S. Burden. Mr?. M. S Burrill, Mrs. Paul I). Cravath. Mr?. Gifford Coehran, Mrs. W. Rourke Cock ran. Mr*. Frederic R. Coudert, Mrs. J. V.. Davis, Mr?. H. P. Devisan, Mrs. P.r.lph V Bilis. Mrs. Geor-re E. Fahys. ] Mr?. Luis J. Francke, Mrs. F. T. Fre linghnysen, Mrs. Joseph P. Grace, Mr? tell Grace. Mrs. Walter S. Gurne?, M-- Herbert M. Harriman, Mrs. C. ?Ihver Iselin, Mrs. M. Lawrence Kt ene Mrs. H. V. R. Kennedy. Mr?. W. (ioad ly I.oew, Mrs. James W Msrkoe, Mr? Bradley Martin. Mrs. Devercix Mil turn. Sirs. Vietor Moraweets, Mr?. J. P. Morgan, Jr., Mrs. ?.. D. Morgan, Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, Mrs. R. P. R. Neil son, Mrs. H. I. Nicholas. Mrs. Julian r-'eabodv. Mrs. ?I. I. Pratt, Mr?. Ralph Pulitzer. Mrs. C. C. Rumsey. Mr?. S. S Sands, Mr?. Charles Steels, Mr?. Joseph Sampson Stevens, Mrs. Henry L. ttim* son, Mrs. Willar.l P. Straight. Mr* S M. Tounsend, Mrs. Rochard Trimble, Mrs. Harrison Tweed. Mrs. W. K. Van derbilt, jr.. Mrs. f, g, von Stade, Mrs E. Mortimer Ward. Mrs. J. Wat?on Webb. Mrs. Payne Whitney. Mrs. Ed? ward Willets. 'Mrs. L. Stuart Wing, Mrs. Beekmsn Winthrop, Mrs. F.gcrton i I. Winthrop and Mrs. Rogers Win? ' throp. DINNER AND MUSICAL FOR MR. PADEREWSKI Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Leeds Enter? tain Pianist at Bar Harbor. B T..|-irarh tn Th* Trlhtin'? I Bar Harbor. Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mifflin Leeds gave a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ignace Paderewski, at Greenway Court, to-night, followed by an informal musical. There were eigh? teen guests. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wise Wood left to-day on the yacht Bostonian. A sale of Mme. Psderewaki'l dolls will be .. the Swimming ' iuh Tuesday afternoon for the benefit of the Poli-h war relief fund. Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mrs. Ernest Schilling. Mr? Er? nesto G, Fabbrl and others will BSSist Among those leaving today were Mr.?. Krane...; L V. Hopping, Sirs H. Van Rsnssalaer Kennedy, Miss Marian Kennedy ami Dr. Clement Biddle, 17. S. N. Mr?. Preston Davis returned to Louisville, after visiting her sister, , Mrs. George A. Draper. Mr.s. A. J. Wurf left to-day for her home in Pittsburgh. The Rev. Waiden Myer and Misi ; !.. Myer >"i!i close their cottage tomber 17 <tnd return to Washing? ton. The last supper dance of the sea-on will i the Swimming Club to-morrow night. Mi-s Christine Biddle was hostess at a bridgi Party th;- afternoon Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence Green will leave the lutter part of the month for Tuxedo Park. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence Greet fave s dinner dance at their eottage last evening. BAPTIST PASTOR NOW EPISCOPALIAN | The Rev. Dr. William Pringle Is Ordained a Deacon. In Holyrood Church, Washington Heights, yesterday, the Rev. Pr . . who had been -i K| r a number of yearn, wa.? ordained an Episcopal deacon. I Baptist he had been pastor of several important churche* aril had received the degree of doctor of divinity. The ordination service was conducted by the, Right Rev. Dr. Edwin S. Lines, Bishop of Newark, as?i?-e! by the Rev. Dr. 1 Stuart Crockett, Holyrood rector. The ?ermon was preaches, by the Bishop. Dr. Pringle irai cont'-rmtd in the Episcopal Church two years ago at Holyrood Church, and h:is assisted there since. He will now t.-ke up work in th" ! . ? ..-' Nt wark. FALL KILLS DR. HAZELTINE Seiet Patent Lawyer and Friend of Lincoln?Drop* from Bed. Dr. George Hazeltine, in hi* prime, one of the leading patent lawyers of , the world, dud yesterday in hi? home. ; at 54 Fifth "-Meet, Hoboken, in the eighty-sixth year of his life. He suc? cumbed to injurie? received when he fell from his bed Friday, to whi.h he had been confined for some time. Cp to the time of his retirement in 190?, Dr. Hazeltine was the lenio* member of the firm of Hazeltine 4 ' 0 . ef -IT Broadway. He wan large'y responsible for the present pate".t lawg in Germany. Dr. Hazeltine wa? born in Bradford, Mas?., of distinguished stock. He was educated at Dartmouth College. He wa? a friend of Abraham Lincoln and other prominent men of his time, i? ? was a member of P?i Upsilon and the New England Society. SAM! ?A. ELLOR. Bloomfteld. N. It Sept 9. Samuel I Ellor, tifty-one, a former hat manu* fnci.er and brother of ex Surrogate Jo??ph W Ellor, di-d at hi: home. 7* ng Avenue, to-day. Four sons ar<! two daugh-er? ?.ir.-i-e hir.i MRS BMKE tl I MOW Atlantic City, Betel 9 Mrs Re??t* GlnMow, pioneer ho'el wnmar. of th * city, died from the heat while at ?er rtes this afternoon in the Beth I ?rae I Synagogue her*. Mr? Glasgow had been in the h tel hasfaSMS *t the ses? shore for nearly thirty year*. * JOSEPH MONEIL SA. RE Msdison, N. J . *--?ot 9 Joseph Moneil Sayre. ?ixtvt hree, of 25 Ridge vale Avenue, for rear? ?-rominent in 'he building busines? in Newark and a former pre? Ideal f '?'? Builder*1 and Trader?' Errhariee the'e, died last nijrht at hi* home h? r* Mr Sayre wa? a descendant of an aid Colonial family He leave? a wife a id three children. \RTHI R CAMPBELL Bl W.DKs Word wa? rece.ve.l In New York last r,;gh' that Ar'l-.jr ?'nmphell B'.agden, of the law firm of Cary A '"?rroll, 59 Wall Stree*. died ?r, Wednesday at Burling? ton. V'.. Mr. R!agden, who wa? thirty ?a* the 'or. of the late Samuel P. Blagden. and the h,i*banil of Lydia Lawrence Blagden. U- will be b-ined to-morrow afternoon f*-om St. John's Church, Willtamstown, Ma?? ELLIS H. PEPPER. Ellis 11. Pepper, a National Bank ex? aminer, who?? home is ??id to have been in St Loui?, died yesterday in St Joseph'? Hospital St rar Rcckawav. He ?vas st work on the book? of the Far Rockawav National Bank when h? collapsed. _ ? ANTOINFTTK MOMS. M:?? Antoinette Morch. .laughter of ?nrl C. Morch and the late Petronelle M >rch, who died Tuesday evening at her home at ?*90 Hancock Street. Brooklyn, will be buried to-day at Cypress Hills Cemetery. Service? will be held at 10 a. m. at Bethany Presby* ?er.an Church, Howard Avenue and McDonough Street, Brooklyn, by the Rev. L. O. Rotenbach. Mis? Morrh leaves, beside? her father, two aister? and three brothers. MARRIED. OCTHWAITE STF.VFNS Married at Wayside, Old Benningfon, Vt., Sep? tember f, Mies Margraret Outhwaite to Edward S'ever.s. ?iotlee? et marriage* anr\ death? m Ml b?1 arroiupanted j.? f-i'.l n??? sad atl.tr*?*. DIED. P.lagden, Arthur C. Lewi?, Albertina liowerman, B F. Nichols. Elizabeth 0. Brodhead, Jane N. Parry, Rev. Samuel. Camp, George K. Kae. Jane Meikle. Kellogg. Edward C. Spencer, Agnes. M. BLAGDEN Arthur Campbell Blagden, in hi? ltd y? ar. at Buriington. Vt., on September H, 1915, husband of Lydia I.awrance Blagden and ?on of the la'e Samuel P. Blagden and Julia G. Blag? den Funeral at St. John's Church, Williamstown, Mass., Bafhrday, Sep? tember 11, at 3 o'clock. BOWERMAN At his home. 331 West K?th ?t., Benjamin F. Howerman, aged 84 year?. Funeral ?ervice? at nt? late residence, Friday, September 10, at 2:30 p. m. Intern-., nt private. Bos? ton and North Adam? paper? p-leaie copy. BRODHEAD Vt Orange. N. J., the 9th day of Sept., l'.'lj, Jane N . wife of Henry Brodhiad, deceased will b? taken from M Warrington Place to St. John'? Church, where a ma?* will be said nt 'J o'clock Sept. 10, 19?5. Intermen; at Port Jervi?, N. Y, *t family ccnver.ience. ''AMP (?n Thursday morning, Septem? ber 9, 111!, George Kingsland (.amp. Funeral service? at his late re?i dence, 30 Ful'on st.. Newark, N. J, on Saturday afUmoon, September 11, at 4 o'clock. KELLOGG Edward Curtis? Kellogg, ?on of the late Edward and Elisabeth L. Kellogg, of Wyoming, N, J., sud? denly at Harrison, Me., September 8, In his 26th year. Notice of funeral hereafter. LEWU At Mount Vernon. N. Y., on September H, 1915, Albertina Lewis. ter of Fdson Lewi?. Funeral ?er vices will be held at the home of her brother, CSt South Id av.. Mount Vornan, N. Y., on Friday, September 1<?, at 8 p. m. NICHOLS SudHenlv. on September S, 1915, at her home in New York City, Elizabeth G , widow of the late James E. Nichols an<l daughter of the late Jo?enh M. and Elizabeth Bliss Griggs, sf Springfield, Mass. Funeral private. PARRY Suddenly at Sommerville, N. J., on Thursdsy, September 9, 1915, Rev. Samuel Parry, ?on of Samuel and Selinta Van Syckel Parry, in the "1-t year of his as?.;. Funeral pri rate. Kindly omit flower?. RAE Suddenly, on vfedneaday, Sep tssaber I, 1915. Jane Meikle, wife of tie ?ate Thomas R-.". Funeral ser at her late residence, Ingleilde, Talmadga Hill, New Canaan, Conn., ..?i Saturday, September 11. at 1:30 p. m. In waiting at Talmadge Hill station for train leaving Grand . -'ral Depot at 12:03 noon. Inter? ment Lake View Cemetery, New ? a naan. SPENCER Agne? Matilda Spencer, w.dow of the late ?'hurle* D. Spencer and daughter of the late Francis B) ?. of Brooklyn, in her ?Oth year. Funeral at the home of her ?on, Charl??? H Spencer, 8X Lafayette av.. Paaaaie, N. J , Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Krie train 1:30 from Jer?ey _ MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX. BRENNAN, Alice. THIS Ea?t l?5th st., September T. Funeral to day. GLASSEY, Elizabeth. M Vandam *t, September 7. F"uneral to-day. M'GLOIN, Loretto G, ISM Ea?t 111th ?. September T, Funeral to-day. TUCKER. Lewis I . 4H4 West 20th St., September 7. Funeral to-day.. BROOKLYN BENNETT. John J., M Van Sicklen av.; .*?,.ptember 7. Funeral to-morrow. BROWN, Catherine, 40K Henry st., Sep? tember 8. Funeral to morro.?. GINN. William H., Ill Madiion St., -ember 8. Funeral to-morrow. HAGAN, Margaret, 111 Gartield av.; ??ember 9. Funeral to-morrow. BUNGERfORD, Jetta J.. I?tl Lafayette av.; September 7. Funeral to-day. WISE, Charles ('., 84 Pulaski st.; Sep* tember 8. Funeral to-morrow, NEW JERSEY. BROCK, Josephine ?!., 51? Jersey ?7,. Jersey City, September 7. Funeral to-day. CLARK, Hattie D, 223 Sherman av, Newark; September 7. Funeral to? day. M ?AMARA, Madeline R.. <51 South 12th ?t., Newark, September 7. Funeral to-day. MONAHAN .France* V.. 27 Crescent av., Jer?ey City; September 7. Fu? neral to-day. LONG ISLAND. Hl'MPHRKY, George W.. Jamaica; Sep. tember 7. Funeral to-day. ?-lERKS, Mary, Kockaway Beach; Sep? tember 7. Funeral to-day. ? ? Ml ri.KUJ?. Till*. VfOODI \?N ? IvnTfKt III 1 SI l?r Harlem Train and by Troll??, Lot* of ?in?'I ?!?? (or **l* I OITIc*. 19 r.a*t !U St. N. T?