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i w v*. Di MB. j i^gj fo the morninp and tho summer world, Bttill disturba mc erorda aouad afreah out ol dark- \na\t, aa/] tened ft- jen laal nighl arhen you talkul? in Btaaor, a- , Uy, an.l sai.l; ] . that is gbod dootrmo." Or; "1 hcliexo that. also"? ? afOTC mr clear iti your . | -ity an.l truth <-h<n 1*1 seom so strange ar.d rare!) la a mitrhty wonder and love, e and tho food; Bad loapt. -,\ ' ;rp inv arms ahout yotit- nock x y of you to tho ihininp truth of your eyes? w ... r and days aa a au 1 i damb nnd you must havo loft me unknoxvinp. ? irbed iti the fresh summer morninp ? ? i irs. Ai>lN BtumaTU, Our Candidate with the ac nt oa the candid- -admits that he for the evilfl that hoset those Fnitod. except noliti V hy eleel him then. in place of a man who ha? solvod ?ti the country has hfl 1 aad has done away with all the 1 inuisticos that bedge if ahout? n-.u.-t adanlt that the Hrooklyn team, . . ? \ Im . aevi r got iato ? world - Thr Retort l toriou*. u-ara Kalls .loureal 1 NOTICE. -. having left my bed and board. I will not BBtnetad by her after this date. - RORKRT M. WALKER. NOT' ?? borl Robert*! dnd, I or board as yet I've had; For ? ? caaaa nnd provocation, l've sent him baek to his relation. MRS. GERALDINE WALKER. .ontinod to tho past performanees the noted 4-year old. who, happily, will be too eld to race before many more yoars. So when Doaa Ryrne. in "The l iptaln Burgoyae" speak? nf "the Barhour lid mare'a eye ." are cannot help thinkinp of a mud jv, rivalry the last four yeara betsreea I*r. .. ii. i . Page, J. Fraak Turaer and W. S. Myers, | produce ripe toariatoea the earliost in the veason.? VY. Va . Spiril of Jeffen . whom could? ..*,*,- the Cent mmer Fictkm aamber lTtferriaf *;." writes ('. W., "and Harpor's talkinp about WI11 . nnd people cyri'.linp al! over the place. and nobody ? it, life, in your absence, was not worth lovinp." "If you care." cyri!< Mr. Getorge S. Parker. of the Parker Pen "to -five us the names of friends xvhom in your opinion mipht like to bfcome purchasers-" TO MY BROTHER RETURNING ON S. S. LA TOURAINE. Siace you have been away. old son, Fxe kept my eye upon your Floj I've sent her candy?near a ton? And taken her to every shoxv. L.ke Kiplinp's fool, my poods I've spent; Irl, q ft I'm not a churl; I d S-'le cent, But posh! I wi.-h I had vour pirl. GlI.***S. Herbert (VBannon, eaahler of the San AagflJo Natioaal Bank, ?B appointed head of the baby berf, hop and lamb exhlbit of n Aagelo Fail Fair. Many boya and pirls will compete in this :;, n * Record. Are boys and pirls peo] The heat in Davenport, Ia., has been so intense that-well, .Liira Crippea was married there laat Friday, and "The wed dinr." says the Democrat. "was a quiet ono, only the immediate relatives beinp present. The bridfl wore a becominp white hat. She had BO attenda' We should be plad to credit the Detroit paper, if we knew ita aane, which has just - illed "... reader Boloa betareeo eatra ? ? Addres* to a Lady Friend who Ia (ioing to Be Married. MARY ANN n'BYRNK. - a-edding glfl ii ver* small ar|-iila 11 la ? ajr H i ever eome tin- ?ay ?? eaady. T BOBfl vour future Husband Will to'vou be ever true me a Happy one , your ver* do. Therefore in vit-itin?- friend* and relativeg 'nuch time to do in your house .: on thfl ahiao. Out J-ide of your hoiir-e work no other work ntufll do If X>)U one< ? will make you work ? him rnd you. Il woald he better to live on less Then to waata your ttrenth away yoar place When you in your ('rave do lay. (To be continued.l x ? , Maine, shirt concern has its oxvn conviction about Of mea and women. "Wanted," it. advertisement reads. ing ladie- ia typewritinp and stenopraphy. Also any young man." ? ia Grove Stroet. Jersey City: "All kiadfl Of rc'ipious arti !." "I wonder," writes G. T? "xvhether they can fix up the Thirty Nine Arti ? | Fmcient" is a pood en.mph phra-e, but our N'ew Knp !and ;;. .<!?,, -j/hoee natore abhora the vaeuum caused nil | tOfether, Will continue to speak of "America ? nt." . on iateresting, better written book than William -*..,. sea- bai beea lasued raceatly, hut if so, I it. Ifl oapaeitv." says the Pelham RflCOfd, aaawei :rp Mrs. -Mice ? ople, which iiteludfl* women." White paper, as. you are told tVSTf nmj, Ifl precious. It is. and r. But an Ameri.aii trait ifl prodipality, and thia colurrn. -.-??? in Itl Americanisni. A dried flf for expense! '?, 9, A, WIFE CRUEL, SAYS HE; TIS HE, SHE REPLIES l.eahy Alltgef Spousc Threat? ened Scissor Attack. Baratoga, Par Rockaway, Pslm Beach BBd Other points north nnd |OBth figure as arenes al Slloged rxhibitions of lB? compatih lity in thr leparatios ibH : b] Mra. Mar) J. Loahy agam*t Thomas B. Loahy, prooldeat and treas UTOI ->f tBS Brnckrtt U.-nltv Companv. whoae wife iayi h.- has a large income. ?' ' ? illog. that oi ? veral OCCSliom ln r husband brat hi r. In -upport of on,- charge ihe labmiti an ! sffldat Il bv hei m .id, who tolli ..f an , attack ->?. wltne ted. Leah) deniei tbe al legal lelty, and r.-t..rts that on? night in the rhiilv fail of I'.'OT his wife pulled th.- bedclothei from ln. bed. threvv water on him, and foll..'.. ld *vi'b a him with ii pair of Beissors. Jnstiec Tierney gavs Mr-. Leahy |t0 a week slimonj p. nding the tnal ->' nt. TURKS BAR U. S. SYRIAN RELIEF Lansing Told F.fforts to Fecd Reported Starving Are Unnecessary. Waal - rton, Aug. 11. Turkey h ia ? 'be reqaei t of th" I'nited Steti rrnitrnl commit-' tee be permitted to undertake relief: work ,n Syria, where thOUSaads of na- | tive < are reported to ln starving. Charge d'Affaires Miller, of Constan tinople, in a dispatch received nt thi State Departmenl to-day Fni.l the Turkish governmi ti1 bad informed bim relief in Syria were consid? ered unni eraps therr ",-l t-;.r: Bl-\ where eloe i'l 'he empirr. He added that, olthoagh hr Wai told thr i]er -'ai, be bld not dropped the labjeet, but would contir I le ac- : tion. Turl.ish official 1. Mr. Mil* Irr aaid, thst while food il istc.l ? ? ttent in all belligsrent countries there ?? amine ? Note* from Great Britain and Aus- | tria regnr.lmg the proposed American relief mins sl rieken hrld by th" red I lay at th" -. contain no nrw pro opening the way for settlement of thr controversy between the bellig* erenl which had madi relief work i.!e. Austria Arguniental ive. ? ; to Ambas- ' .. rt Iteratei thc williagneaa of the Entente Allies to permit ihipmenti of proriiiom into : on condiition ? \mg 'i niei will not soise or remot i nsl it i | plies. Aoitris'i eommunicstion, forwarded . eribed bj being srgumentative, lupportii ioli ly ln t c.: boald us? tii" prodU-tl of the cuntry. It wns | tated at the department I further rep- on this subjert probably wi dc until re? ed to tha pt I - ?? -.-.l by Preoldenl WHion to ruleri of the belligeront eeui ___-?? HUNGARIANS TO ERECT MONUMENT TO STAHLE Plan to Honor Memory of Sol dier and Friend of Kossuth. To hon the memory of Major tien < ral Juliu ( ivil \\ ar and a I riend oi Koai ith, thc of lluii ;-.-.i an birtl ...gai ised Ihe Ili ion al b Broadway last night. A - ' ' ? : ? at a by Congr. ril] bc gton, The iculptoi must be a United , . ? . '.-. ho died I i wi th Ke In thr Civil War ho i landed the def< ncei of V* si d w;,s Atneric n Coi ? MORGAN AND STETSON ASK FOR SETTLEMENT Ready to Account as txecutors of Bowdoin Kstate. ,T. P. M< Frsw i I n in the Burro ?, rday foi tho i l .... , ? | 0f i res I I w)l0 v . ? bl r ot ?'? 1'- Morgan _: . (" , , Thr commissions of the tv. tors will amoanl I - ; aceouBta show thal M ? .; ? , ?..! - \ "? I tl ill. Mr. Bowde :: Bmounting to J''.:;,4.r.4 and nren I i-o WOMEN PLEDGED TO BEAT WILSON ( ontiiniril frani |ni?;c I ment was earried, snd th? of tho eommittei William I ' .':ri '?I,r""' Blal . Kai ?ai; Mr. Bertrsm ? Anl." ieaa; Pranci Lsn< ? " Hunkins, bel Veraon.j Mrf \V'. WSll ington, and, Mra. Dan ' >"<>? ,, u | ,. .... arere practieally a unit in i .... dr. Hughei elected they bt lievod it woald m . ,|... beit iatereats of thc h ]f to | of ignoring I rohtbi I IsteS, they' deelared mueh more eould be I ' 1 . tioni r?r ... d thi raso* ?d to tbe * ?cie adopted without a dis icntmg vote. WILSON TO TALK TO SUFFRAGISTS llopes to Address National Association's Atlantic City Meeting. NEW YORK LEADERS URGL NLUTRALITY Resolve That 'Votes for Women' Shall Be Their Sinfjle Platform Plank. Preaident Wllsea, who doe* not be? lieve in thr Padaral amrndment. does believe in sufTrage, aad hop.h that he may br ,ibl.- to Bddm 'hr N'ationll BBS Woman Stilfragr Associa bis* eonvention m Atlantic City i . >'. month. In a prr.*onal lrttcr received bv **lr? Came Chapman Catt, president of the BSSOCistion, last night, thr I'resident promised that he would try to arrsngs his itinerary so n? to BddhMSS thr inffiagiltl on the night of September - "1 vnv maeh valae nnd apnrec 'r said Mr. Wilson's letter, "your kind' Of AugBSt 7. inviting mr to ad the Natioaal American Woman Suffrage Association on Srptember S, ' during iti forty-righth annuai eon? vention, and wish te Saanre vou thati my desire will be to accept the invita-' tion. Not Certain of Liberty. "I say 'my desire' hcrause I am r.ot sure ns yet of mv liherty on that dat*. I am to go to Kcnturkv enrlv in - . i.-. rv.lier to accept for the nation thr I ? eoln birthplaee, snd I have mnde conditinnnl prnmisr* in eonnection with that iouvney which make il lomewhst aaeertais whea I shall br aga:n within n ai h of Atlantic <Vv. but I shall try. "I hope it Will not ineonvenienre you to leave thr mattrr in thia shape for thc moment, since I lincerely wish te come." The national laffraglitl have alio invited Mr. Hughes te address their eonvention, bul have received no reply from him yet. Onlv One Platform Plank. Thr Nrw York State Woman SufTrnge party, aasembled in state committee at g? Springs <>n Tharsday, decided for women" ll oald br thr ' p onk in their pnrtv platform., adopted thr following rrsolu . nce therr arr frrnuent misrepre ?entatiom <>:" the suffrage position on a. peaee, preparedneia, thr liquor qurstion and politieal par p, ? is the sctise of this Bt.O0t ing that we reiterate the smgle plat.k of the New York State Woman Suf? frage partv Whatever a* individual* j .-. belil vr. a* a lUfflBgl organt- | we are not empow.-red by our te rcpresent them on any, m but one, and that ia 'votes for l women.'" , _ Thi* reoolution wai paoaod because are going over to the Repub lican party beea . IBppart Of ure, , "lt il the ?rn?e nf thin meeting tl we urge our workers throughout tbe -.-. to maintain itrictly the non-par haraeter of our policy" was the determination al the morning meeting. . room wa* full of enthuaiaattc . Bad a "V .-'tv. I?17" over 'be doori of thr United Hoti I, where the cont'erenc- wa. Congressional Union Bitter Against Wilson i .... u hington, Aug. II. Leaders of ? . Congreaaional Union for Woman re gave anqualifte 1 approval 'o the aetion taken hy the Womai ' party in voting tO nppose WIlsdB, bat not to ? _i y othi r pr" -.. Stetomenti issurd ? ? ' blt trrly denoaneed Pn dent Wilson's ? . . declaring thnt hii opposition to araa doe primar . i ed by unwlll ? ? admit tbe original er? ror. "Tlie decision of thr Woman's partv H . -' to deVOtO their best ef .-??-., I.. t the hearty inpport, moral snd financial, of women through out the whole country." iSid Miss I iry e chairman of thr union. ! ? ? ? ? party have for foar ' d with open cont.-mp' I ? m nt for thr eniranehlaement of 'I hey hav not only oppoved ? . i . ' r lge amendment, but , rt ed slli a it te be dis . and voted by thi Represi of tl 1 people. "Preaident Wilios oppo**d thr Fed* iffrage amendment srithaal e'v n the first and he now continue* his oppo throngh iheer nnwillingness te b bad error of judgment and ?. ? "Women will eerteinly not return to power i par", thst hai denied them jnitiee." ? decision of the Woman's party -:ent." md Ml ; Ahby Scott Baker "We have alwagi I id oal ph'nk In our platform national en ' ? women and we ran not diitinguiah between the pnr'.. iadorsod Federal woman : ? s will eerteinly thre*** ,,,,, irhole Weight Sgalnst the or.r party which haf oppooed it. peliey has al*o the practical advnntage thnt we can eodperate with al! thr other politieal part;."- in hclping to drive from paa ll tl i DlBV party, the one which has hi/m un ? Federal amendment." WILL SING IN CENTRAL PARK Cassssaaltj Obarai to Ghrs Concert To-morrow Afternoon. The N'.vv Vork Community Chorus th outdoor concert at ? tO morrow afternoon in thc Mail, Central Park. Harry l*arr,h_rt. I . rig old intBtion melodieg. In Of rain tbe ehonil wr!! .ing B1 I ,. ir. the He Wrtt CIlBtSS Hrfh reet and Tenth Avenue. Th" SOng and light featival will be l.ei.l on -he fvenir.g sf September lt, ihe direction of th.- Park Com oner ll will offer a programme ' ? M r.umbers. ar.d all who wish to join are iavited to th* practioe meet ? p. W. ? i liatoi Hifh School each ' y night. -? Ora . iank Stockholders' Act. i.:- .. .1 . Aag. 11. At a nirrtin'* of thi toekholderi of the r!o?rrl Ma* ;UB] ; r any in I.vceum Ha I. . \ illi j, Eaal Sigl '. Charles f Merrigan wai empowered te namr * corntr. '" f five stockholdi rs 'o co th the depooitors in ar.v lt,pi deemed advisable to the intereits of ioth. SPRING LAKE HOLDS BAIL Mr?. J. I). Carrnll a IloMeaa at niack and Whilr Unncr. |Bj T-l-rraph M BBfl *B*B*B*B* I Bprtag Lahe, N. ?', ftBg 11. lefl etj foll from th? Kariofl i.ak.- hatel aad cottage colony nnd fmm tn'ighborinj rr lori along thr Nftrth larte, partiripatnl ifl h black an.l whitfl bail in the New Mnnmouth Hotel her<* to nieiit. it wai aaa of tha m?-t brilliant ..I- al gathertngi of the ?omnn b<-re Tha hotel whb deearatad wlth black an.l white ril.bi.ns nnd at dinner partll ' preeediaf the bail gaeeta wara their daaea ' " ? . 1.. One of the lar(-e*t partie? of tbe evening wa* that jrivon by Mr*. I 1?. ( nrroll, of MaW York, fnr her BBUgh ter, bjiaa Leroae CarrelL Cevera weN *et for twent;. ("overnor and Mr*. J?mo? F. Pielder, Mr. *od Mr*. L ?'arberrv Ritchie, ColO nol Jaeob Peton and I.oui* Hammer tiag, of New Vork, were other* who enU rtiined. FLOUR EWBARGO BY U. S. UNLIKELY Federal Inquiry Into Bread Prices Rcsts with Trade Board. VTaAhlagteB, aag. II. Wbethef there flhall be a Federal IflVAAtlgatlOfl Of the hifch BBSt of flour and pro poctiva laeraaaea Ib broad prlei peadfl lArgely upon the repeii af Ceaa m raioaer Horley, now in Chicago ?ah ing informal innuirie* for the Federal Trade Cnmmisfton. Mr. Harloy went to <'hirago particu 1,-irly to soek definite informat inn at the headquarter* of the Na.tionr.1 Ift.kers* Afso.iation foneerning state? ment* larlng 'he aaaaelatiaa'fl conven 1ion af Bail Lakfl City thnt the price of bread soon would be merea ed. Of? ficial* of the commission *aid to day, boWOVOT, 'hat they would look ie'o the r-meral quention of flour and bread j.i ieea. Tho department- of Acnctil'iire and JaatiCA are also giving attention to the aiibjert. Copiei ef ? reaalatiOB paflAed by m.-.ster bakerfl al Sall Lahe City ealliflf on Coagraafl to plaefl an emban tii.ur rapartfl wera received te-iaj by \ i<r-l*re?ider.t blarBBall and Speaker ( lark. They will be present. d to both boOSOA, but there is no prospect of ac M,i: nn th-rn. The eOBBtitBtioaa I ? flport rnibarrees |oBg bai been a moot o-j.-stion. Bakcrs Say They Won't Cut Si/e of Loaves Down Much Bail Lake I ity, Aag. 11. & t. Me I onald, Preaidenl of the National A* Roeiation ef Maatar Bakara, aaid to day thal the opinioa of the aaaoeiBtlon cailmir f..r the f*e - roaae ifl the price of bread fros* I ta 10 b b( - ? leaf probabl] ha bi flii miflBBder I "The convention vo'ed, not for a price of 10 BBBtfl for the pres. ? cent loaf. but fnr the general sale of only 10-eonl loaves," he said. "Inci dentally beeaaae of the hich prlea of I -ft. pn ? ? ? narro ? .'? 0f proftt, II ia propoaed ta d ith th* fliae of th? pre?enl I. ?lightly. We weleoma an inveatii into thfl eaal af hread-makinir." PLANS FOR SALE OF MILLS ea GIBB Judge Mayer Orders Decree Submittcd on November 15. Judj-e JaliBfl M- Mavcr. at a hearmj |a- tha eSBfl Bf Bflll I Oihb in the Fed? eral Ceati yiraterday, direetad ?ub?i? lion en NovflBibar II ef a daeroa of sale, Bfl the t-tockholder*' committee, eompo*ed of Goorgfl L Inj-raham. A. Laa Everett, Herbert L Pratl and B. IV Maynanl. had fail- I ta present a plan of reorpanization. JoeeB** M. Hartley, ropreaoBl ? fl notehe "? witl elaiati ag* Bg %\few9fi09> >? iki d thal the *ale b.? i.?? iber 15 d< elariag that he did not believe there woald ba aay liqnidatioa and that he ???? ? I atfl to be purcbAflfld either by the ereditan ba represented ai ethera, The -iaggeflUon wba bi laaae-i S. ll.- eaberg, rapraai i erai eroditora' eoa tho ni' kera intei m the affairi of the eorpoi dotarmiaed lo eaal nue the bui no; thi pi lei flaip . ? . roa il had to fun aid. .' . Igfl Mayer alae er len . Joaeah B, MartlBaalfl aad J Hai per Poor, t<> poj off a toni Biort g igfl i : ? ? oa*< Bt 810 V. .--? | lOtfa Street, valued at 1321,000, irhich wai turned over ta tha 1 by William T. Evana, I arhieh the boldei h i . ? eellation of a cntract for the exc of the baildiag for property al Fourth .?>.. ia ind rwentj eigl th stp ? t. The Bpartmenl I W0, |a ful nnd the net rental amount* to $20,020 it | < a i. NAHAN FRANK0S BAND PLAYS IN PARK TO-NIGHT Two Concerts Will Bf (iiven at the Mail To-morrow. I'.irk CaaBflaiflflienei Cabol Ward a noi bcm raaka am: bil concert ban l r| ?t tho Mail at B o'eloek th:s evening. Tlie ("*nmmi**ioner also announced that there wou the Mail to-tno:rou an< I '. Ifl the afteraeea bv ,v piocea, led by Arthur ' laai ..;ie in the evei . Fl <riz Kaltenbora. The lattar ii ei a of a of ?ix eom ? The CUaaaen concert i* given by a m QUITS BALL GAME T0 STOP RUNAWAY Policeman. Draj^ed Two Blocks by Horse. Saves Child. Tatrr.lman Jerefl* ? ?. '.' I af the ! w e?t Forty ? traoi peliefl ata ti?n. dreaaed ifl ? baaehall * it, iprint r,| fr. m thfl i playing a practice game. ifl Bronx Park j :,<>? Bfld Itoppod :> riria-H-. lor-e. ' Crtea at'r?<-' ??! tk ? r*'^''"18" aad ba hor-e dn rion Webater Avenue dfSWtag a de- | I vory wagon. in which *at a child. I'** ? l''u.nn w*? dragged ttPi blocks before I he brought the horie to a itop. LENOX COLONISTS TO AID RED CROSS Entertainment to Include General Dances by Society Folk. MISS MARGARET LEE IN A GREEK DANCE Granddaujihter of the Late Sam. uel Bowles to Wed Samuel Rikcr. An eatertalnment will hr held la. Bodgo lel Hall, I sea, Mai . sa S"P tember 1". BBd l?, i.fidrr 'hr SBSBieSS of the American 1 4\ Cro money for a Herk hirs bl ?' ' " pital. iin th- programme will br special dance., including I Mexican dance, for which Msrshall R. KeraoehsB has B ths mniie The prrineipali m . wi)] bi Miai M. I ?? ? " AlssBBdre aad William Has ?'-? Miss Grses Briited will do a --"lr> " " mg part will te Ml Kat* Haven, Misi Anns R. Aloxandre, Mii - M phoro s Br I d M Isabel D. ter, M I '"'? 'lfl t Lee will be soloisl in a On lam e, in whieh also Helen I P?rt- Miss _*? . -. in ehargs of the entertainment, Announcrmerrt has been mfde el ' I engagi beth bowles Munroe, dai ght.I I ?? lerlek Mit? rhell Munroe, of Huntington, I.ong ., to Samuel Riker, 2d, of New -, irk ?nd Point P eai u t, N. J. Miss Munroe is ? granddsaghter of thr late Samuel Bowles, of "The Springfield diean." Miai Munroe s father foundi | n Life*" in IStK), and for three llter of 'Town nnd Country.*' Mr Riker is a student nt Princeton, class '17. He i; or Mi ? Frank 1' Harmon by her tirst iin-band. the late Richard Biker. Mr BBd MrS. 01 . r dl I rirrr; Co-trr haVS returned to Trnaflv, N. J., from Southampton, Long I il Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Dreael Biddle, j r . lof i. rd .. for Ilill'op Inn, v.here th-y will ipend the remainder of the month. Mr. and Mrs, Casimir dr Rham i wera guests of M r, d Mrs. Bfslter S. Garnee at Har Harbor. nntry place Bl 1 lip, Long Ialand. Richard Gambrill has gone to I . where she is ? . for I : iyi of h. i - -'er, Mn. G Foster. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Allan Appletea Rob bins, who ? ' . ? of dayi .'-go from r.enox. went yes? terday to ???. l...r g '. THRICE WOUNDED WITH BRITISH, HE RETURNS American Served 430 Days in Artillery and Grew Tired. Among tl the Amer? ican liner ? BOl, was (?? I '. the I tillery in Friin. ? WaU ' metal i .-,,_ -. ..... ? Battery of the 2<*5th Bi Field Artillery. He ? ? ? ? ? folk, Va. I ? ? "W" were bl ' ' wound a f"'-' ? I had JAILED FOR SPENMNG TO SAVE LIVES OF KIN Adnliistrttor, Oriel Strickca, Igiored Order li Noi I ree. - ? ? ? an efToit tO ISVe lll. 11 Hi ' ? _ an had been 1 other aiiter, who ? ',??'. ?'. - bi . t,,|l bis stei ihslaa . BOY HEROES RESCUE TWO DROWNING GIRLS Marie Maloney. Age* Six. Tries to Save Her Sister. i > I . a i ..... . ? ,4 i . . -. dl ed into the rii :1 rilliam ? . ? . . Elghl 3aroner-s Zwiedinek in Patchogue. Raf ? . l lungl Washini remainder of tl, i ' band She had I cveral The summer err" I - a? Hungary remi ? V. BBsith, in Cccan Aveaue, I'atchogue, Long lilaad. ROOKIE MITCHEL ONLY A HIGH PRIVATE NOW New RulinK Ooes 6-Foot Mayor Out of His I.ifutenancy. ?i a a flaaff **M*Ba*aai fn.-rr.i-' ttabarg, K. v.. A<isr. II. Mayer Mitchel ifl a hlgfa private in H company of the !'th rookie regiment in mr"'. A* n second y< may ( a lergeant, the mrnnunr'-mrnt ?'. day that BAAWrBd year men wou'd BOl oned officer* the Mayor OBl of thfl H end lieutcn- | ancv he got last year. Henry M. Waite. eity manager of Dayton, Ohio. and Henry Breckinridge, former AaaietAflt SVrr.-tarv of War, ararfl among the arrival". to-day. . Braall'fl 400 men will not arrive ur til toaiaaaiay They will be appor tioned between the tWO regimenti al? ready formcl, brmging them up to fall war strength. Including tv.-.-n'y-two men dropped from thr Oth regiment tn-day a* pnv lieally aaflt, thirty-ela have b?en , plucked bv the exam.ra. 'ieneral Wood announced t.o-t.ight that ?nr.< , would be hardcr than at the last catna -B - TWO DEBUTANTES COME OUT TO-DAY Newport Society to Meet Ethel Harriman and Katherine Morgan. ? ? part, Aag. II. WHI Iha Bfae . ? brighl for fair waathar ta i row, ? .lay of the present |><ummer fleasofl is expected. The pro? gramme Ineltadfl ' sporting Tha NawBOrt champion>hip polo ma'rh Bill be played Bt tha , i lub graaads, thrre will be the WAAkly match at the Newport G Clab, and tha Newport do<- ahea ? lay in taa i .inament will be continued at the Caaiaa, On the social caiendar for thfl day ti arill be the eoraiag oul r.,,- . 0f M ifl Kthcl Borden Harri bjbb, daughter of Mrs. J. Borden Harri man. at the Cinmnake I'lub tornorrow Rigkt, and MiAA UthattBa A. Morgan, |daughter of Mr. and Mra, BeVta D. Morgaa, at the latter*fl home dariag tka afternoon. Chief among the social affaira " tha dinner and dano* giv.-n to [night by Mi - Goorga Broaka, of Phila a, ifl honor of her debutante Laeille Pelk Csrter. Itj araa ? brilliaal afTair, the diaaer |0d by over fligl ', BBABta, who <erved from eight table*, ar ranged on the pret'ily iBAtAAAd BBd ..ted piaaaaa of the house. and for M em thara wera fallj I ? ?' ? ' roany of them coming from other dinner I;. and gladioli were the prin Bowera used in the decorations, and out of BOOn the ground.. WArfl il? lumii: . rad's oreheetra farBlahad music for j both the dir.ner and daneing and also : during the *upper that wtis i late at night. The Diniur H..-l< BB - I Ann. - wera M im,Mr?. Harry '?' 1 ? luncheons W( ,. Hra HBflaittofl to. i arj There wa- . I the I Bl ? , i ...-:- and li i a, wha San.lv xx> ? ft wa j ? I ? ' ? ? - me!l, i I ? ? Maaj I .* I ? ? l ? Mr I ' ;: - I i ? -IM I Mll J JUllNSIlS \ I -l the irga of tk< BBI ? fion ? - - ? : i BlEMUtll K H M MN9. ? . ld, form.*- tor of "Thi Publiaker," \. Y., whr - Kingatoi ? . I ? aad itai loinad ? . -.-.er*. |, MUM'IN BOLL. ?ag. 11 .i Mar* ? ? Boll fonaer i aai i . dii'd era l I ? M bom in Springfleld, N I ? Itdl oad iraiigAJLwhara he was aitive in Republcan po..- ei Hu . in I'lainfield :n 17U. DR. J. B. MURPHY, SURGEON, IS DEAD Jnventcd Murphy Button That Revofutionized Jn.estinal Surgery. KNIGHTF.D BY POPE FOR ACHIEVEMENTS Polsoned Soup at Archbishop Mundelein Dinner Said to Have Injured His Health. efael i " -u. A'ig 11. - I'r. John B. Murphy, of ( hicago, one of th" WOrtd*S mos' renownrfl *ur lied laddei Ij to-day a* i ho'ei herr wh:le on a summer outinir. Heart > was the immediate cauae of di.i'h. I'r Mu-phy had heen in poor health months and SOSBS had asenbed his condition to poiaoned -ouri partakrn of at th* dinner piven far Al ? Mundelein. at the - IgO, last winter. ?n at hi* death. Brgeon, who reeSBtlg Ikt tor hia light Hii pioBOOl -'ir^rry in . Ist*r in the int of other latSStiaal disorders nnd more rerrntly in thc gcrum n*u rhoanaalie ?nd olhov hai made h:m known i ? -1 Chieago, Aug. ll. Presider.. of tho m la 1913 ??. be pre*i drtlt of thr Ciinicnl Con(rre?* of Sur \ ? Benjanun Mur? phy had rt io st. diatin cuishe,1 !,o- ubl be accorded eouatrg. His operet riic. at the Mercy Hoapitel in BBI all ov. r tiie world. il" 'i Appleton, Wi.i., Pe ited in the public nch.iol*. the Ualversity of Ilimo-s. Bsi ? . . ? ea, of I hi cajro. and in Germany Ha had re eeived doteni of titli . and honor*. Pr. Marpl : pr-.rmincnce in -. !._? hr may be culb-rl ? ? r.." the prrsrnt lys 'rni of ' -'irircry. In \i-V>, in Chieago, Pr. Mjrphy r-hnwH F>r. Pranklin H Martin. an in timate fr" nd. i about the h walnut. "There,*1 -a i Pr. '.'-.rr1;., "i* tho thintr thal itiontSO in ? r ed it on twen ' 1' ' ? " i metal f..r Bnitii ? ? laee, that later br. Bghl iti inventor into promit'. "*i ou wouldn't try ll "n a human be? ing-. would you?" a*_e,| I'r Martin. limed l>r. Mttrph . rnfly. Pr. Murphy read a paper on the but? ton in 1-:-_ in New Vork brfore the of 8 irjjcry. I'r. i i.ar'es MeBaraey a*ked him ?o tne button rhe ? lay at hii clii c The pei * I wai a riH' - with r..njrr*n*) of th- whose death other been dcfcrrel onr patient. and show me ? -.i id. h* wa* Pr M in i'1' . ' >r*a ard and ' ? emhly Th* pa ? ' V LITTLE GIRL WOUNDED BY GANGSTER S BULLET i llade "f Sfcotl Stirs Oeni/ens of Harteni'l Italian Colony. . -,nr IIa i * nn't : ? ?*t ! I l?h ? - Har ' I Iii M Mi .* SiieirJe * \ had t< I "?! tll arere ma i ' Mi *? I '? ? I - it, ot Auir iriellus, in r oaeral M K. ? tlUI M ? -'ri lt., ? LODOI *? I- A [.. ? 'r, ,r\ i ? ? 11 afh t VA or ? 'lo! 'i"*ral . the Madii .venui M*th < r of ^ Y?rk \ ..? at 2 o < HAROLD A MORBIB, Ms ler. GE I N' U.BY, H*rretary. ? " I'M*, ?. hushaad of . r BBd -on of *m Jswett Travis, aged M yeara. ? ? v.l?nc* of 1 Katonah, \ I " v . !'M4, a* l ? ivei (.iraaa ?\ 11:111 m. ciaiETciiin. mr wnoni ihn t "^trrraT. till S< Bj Hai m l'r?ir-~a-.d ky Tr*ll40B Leu af ema six* for OBlo. O.T . li kaat 211 lt.. B. X.