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Field Day at
Beinioiit Park OnjSepteniber 1' Autumn Meeting of United* Hunt? Racing Association Will Be Followed by Lon? Island Horse Shows Plan Many Entertainments >iiss Emily Pierson Is a Guest of Mrs. James C. Barr at Southampton' Lcncr Island will nave a gay autumn Mason judg Jg from the number of :? ady arranged for Septemb -cher. Thefirstevent ,v."; be .1 Belmont Park ; ?rerjj?ina! on September 1, when the United Hui : r Ass ?dation will j au : - eting. It will be ome years that the r\r~ I? md ' has had an attraction. .1 the closing of the : and the opening of i : . i a good attendance will be much enter tion with the meet* Mod man: 'v-'d be given that *',. at the ? ' Field Club, .'"the ra -1 Park will fol? low this, n will come the Horse) l*iow ai ' bea: 28, 29 and L, a:: I tl '-v.; ; orse Sh >w of the ?i'pin ; "?? Valley, or ! * 8. The last mentioned rays :;- oi ?? of the most .. nd of the fall . ? v 11 be attracted in j iargr-' >ws of the early fall ! wjU v - stown exhibition on t Septerr.1 tn I IT. and the Mor rij Cqui Pair, at Morristowru .. 23 and 24. The Greenwich Horse Show will be held on September 2 t. Miss Emily Pierson, daughter of Mr. zn? Mr:;. 3 ' . P rsom jr., is a gues' of Mrs. 'iiings Barr at g Island. Mr. nr. ! Mrs. Eugene 5. Reynal have ft S< Long Island, am' have gi ' to remain until ?he end anth. -. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Fahys and . ? E. Fahys, who returned recently r ral months in Europe, an country place at Locust ? and. Mrs. Frederick Van Lennep is a guest of M. - . te &' St. James, Long Is . Mr, a: ? orge R. P. Schieffelin Schieff? iin, have returni t fi and are a; their N. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ives Plumb, who re a few days ago ?? abro? '. are at mtry plac< . Shadowbrook, Islip, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Aldrich have ? e for Xew York, and i . due fa ? in the next few days. Mr?. J. Henry Lancashire, of 7 East -.o i:3s been in ? tha. will sail for ipic on August 24. On her c v?? '. ?( m Dr. Lanei shire and Mis Lancashire a: ter, Mass. Mis Lota Robinson is a guest of Mr. ind Mrs. Lawrence T. Paul, in Xc-.v t Mr. i.r ; Mrs Tr:i E Bennett have ar? rived ty from Washington, and ..: Ambassador Hott!. k among the masterpieces .. nd." ?Christian Science Monitor. Strachey's "Queen Victoria" ? ? ?n??ng, $5.00 Hare? irt. Brace & Co. 1 W. 47th St., N.T.. - Acid Stomach Cut down the daily ration of meat and starchy foods ? drink a glass of water on arising, then a glass of orange juice just before breakfast. Make your "meat" i I III mi ?&' ? Meat two of these crisp brown loaves of whole wheat in the oven to restore crispness and eat them with butter the more you chew the shreds the more easily digested and the greater the food value. As a restorer of normal digestion noth? ing so satisfying and strengthening. The most real food for the least money. TRISCUIT is the Shredded Wheat cracker. A crisp, whole wheat toast eaten with butter or soft cheese. # Mrs. Gordon S. Stevens She was married last Saturday at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Allen, at Westport, Conn. Mr?. Stevens was Miss Ruth Allen. Newport Society to 1 Stage Charity Ball Game To-morrow Summer Residents Will / Play City Officials, and Big Crowd Is Expected; Many Dinners Are Given NEWPORT. R. I., Aug. IS.?The at | tention of society now is focused on ! the b'j^eball game to be played Sat ' urday afternoon between the summer reah?ent?'and the city officials for the benefit of three charities. It is said I that both teams are practicing secretly ? for the event. Neither side is publishing the names of its players, the only two who will certainly appear being Sumner Gerard, i captain of the summer residents, and Mayor Mahoney, who will lead the city officials. It is expected that the field wil', be packed to capacity for the game, ?.?if- advance sale of tickets being very encouraging. The Wednesday afternoon dance on , the horseshoe veranda at the C sine .? was held to-day. Conrad's Orchestra played. The Wednesday morning con " ; cert was discontinued. The dances will . | be continued for the remainder of the ? ! season. Am^ng those who registered at the Casino to-day were Miss Hester F Fisher, of Saunderstown; William K Vanderbilt jr., Donnellv D. Stuart, ol White Plains; Mr. and Mrs. 1. E Kun? kel, Louis Hobbs and J. Stanley Wand. To-morrow night Mrs. John \ give a ? i i r: - er -it the D'Hautevilh on Bellevue Avenue, anc danc ng will be h< Id afterward. Mrs. Joseph E. Widener was ho t< - at the Clambake Club this evening , the dinner being followed by dancing The affair was primarily for the enter : tainment of Mrs. Widener's house party guest--. Mrs. Arthur Curtiss James enter? tained at dinner this evening. Mrs. John Nicholas Brown also gave a dinner to-night. Mrs. Lewis G. Morris gave a chi? dren's party for her daughter, Miss Leta Morris, to-day. Miss Anna Sands entertained a1 luncheon this afternoon Mrs. William Fahnestock will give a dance or ; day evening in honoi of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan-,:.; Sti . Mrs. Stuart Duncan gave a dinner at Bonniecrest, Tiie boys' tournament at the Casino vas not held to-day. as the courts were wet after the rain last night:. The semi-finals will be : ?n : . morrow, and Saturday should see I c linish of the tourney. To-morrow the three days' golf tour? nament; will start a;, the Newport Country Club, the principal prizes at :tf:,;^ being ttva Di ?ur?n - '.? 2 ; ? cups offered by Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A:-tor. The prizes will be award I I the best 36-hole score in the thre days' play. Mrs. Robert Denison gave a dim ;r at the Laforge cottage this Mrs. John Nicholas Browne enter? tained at Harbor Cou t. Mrs, Lawrence T. Paul has goi J Philadelphia. Thomas Powers gave a dinner party 'for friends at the Muenchinger King j to-night. -a : Carnegie Furniture for j Daughter's N. Y. Home ; Part of Shadowbrook Equip? ment 8pm! Her?; Mrs. R. T. Baker Entertains at Camp S ? ??"'a' Dispatch to The Tribune i LENOX, Mass., Aug. 18 Mrs. Ai ? drew Carnegie has cahled orders iron1 j Skibo Castle, Scotland, for the r ? o? certain rr 1 re ant1 1 from Shadowbrcok to a house she re cently bought in Ninetieth Street, New York, for her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roswel! Miller. Five truckloads have been sent this week. The season for grouse shooting is now open in Scotland, and Mr. Miller ?3 having success. Mrs. Raymond T. Baker has sixl ? n Lenox and Newport friends as guests for a week at her Racquette Lake camp in the Adiro.ndacks. In the party are Mr. and Mr--.. William '*". Whiteh ?: -, ; Mr. an.! Mrs Pa il ling Fos licl . Mr. ? nd M rs. Sydi ey Ji Col ford j r., M r. and Mrs. Philip B. K Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Frunc?s Elu, r McAdoo, Mr. ai 1 ; Mrs. Be\ erly ? ?ogeri. Mr. and . 1 r ; Clint m lira.-. T. ; ?e Richard on ? and William E. < lar i i Bainbridge Colby, ferner Secretory ?of State, rind Baron Scrgius A. Korrf are to be the speakers at the annual Laurel Hill outing in St ickbri lg - M< : day, Augu: t 29. Miss Cathieen Vanderbilt went to Newport to-day for a visit with her j father, Reginald C. Vanderbilt, and her grandmother, Mis. Cornelius Vander? bilt, at The Breakers. Luncheons were r?ven m Stockbridgi to-day fc# Mrs, Carl A. ! ??? Gersd irrT . and Mr:\ Arthur Hort m Lippii :ott Mr. and Mrs, Ai thur St. R son, oi New \ ork, are gue ta ? and Mrs. Her;-'/ Ivisoi Parson niebrae, in Stockbridge. Mr. and Mi . ,i Herman Vanroij ? er 'turned to Lenox fron Washi igt to sail for Rome September 2. Mr. and ! Mrs. Henrj VVhiti have I for a visit with Mr. ?...-1 Mrs d Livingston at Sou hampton. VIrs. Stew? art McKee and Mrs. J. W. Dalzell. of Pittsburgh, are at the Aspinwall Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penn ngton, of Washington, left :' ??-? to day for Wil liamstown. M -1. Joseph S. Wh ? and Mrs. George Winthrop Folsom are in Old T.j me, ( on: .. or the art ? s - hibition. Atlantic City Fete Helped ! K? wants (iul?. at Hoffenbergcr Luncheon, Pledges Support Spec id Dial atch to Tht Tribune ATLAN'l IC CITY, Aug. 18. Dr. Al? bert C. Hoffenbergcr, of the Columbia University faculty, addressed the Ki wanis Club of Atlanl ? Citj to-daj on the "Psychology of Adverti ing." 11 ? i add re ? i was receivod vith applau ? : j ? the 165 K.iwaman ; and theic guei I -. ?.'. ho atl ended the n h 01 held at La '. ietoire B< I i The affaii level >p< d enthusin sm f ?>' ; he second annual iigeant to bi ere September ,' i cl ? P. rJndicotl. directoi genera ? ? the ? ant, and He mut I P, Leeds presid? nt i, f the ' ?ham bcr of ? lorn merce, spok ? n l he advantages of i h i pro feet to Atlantic City and predicted that ?t would be attended by hundri ?I i of 1 land? of visitors from ?11 lections of the country. William 8. Emley, as president, pledged the support of the Kiwani? Club, Tennis Set Guests At Southampton Attend Leary Ball Big Gallery See? Tourney Go into Semi-Final Round by Play at Interval? in Afternoon of Showers Special r*ispatrh to TA .' i ', me . SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y, \ -. : - One cf the i portan' ntertain- ' ments of tennis week took plac? last night at Hawthorne House, when Mrs. George Leary gave a supper dance for her son, George I eary jr. The men here for the tennis tournament and ; some of the younger married members | of the summer colony were in the guest list. Mrs, Oren B Mi< ?am, Mrs. William A Ha - ilton, Mrs. i right and Miss Loui assisted Mi '. ng. A buffet supp? r was served dance gue ts came n from r i lerou1 dinners gi\ immer resi? dents. M i ] orchestra played. Among the und Mrs. Andr? le i 'o? pet M m i Mrs. S. Oakley V'anderpoel, Mr. and Mrs. Steuart Dav ? Mr An ts Hum? phrey, Mr. and Mrs. Julian M. Gerard. Miss Muriel Vanderbilt, Miss Anita Strawbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M Thomas, Mr, and Mrs. J M. L. Ruther? ford, Mr. and Mr.-. William M. ?leit man jr., Mr. and Mr;. Ambro e E Chambers, Mrs, James Cumming? Barr, Miss Emily Piersort, Prince and Prin? cess P. Rospig! ' ... Mr ai I M i , Gre goire Izv, Mi ? : > cer.1 S. Mulfcrd, Mr. inii Mrs. Jam Terry, M ?:. ind Mrs. J Na Bonaparte, Mr. and Mr ;. Peter ? Ch?mas ?> i ia< i , A. ( o -:.. r Si ! horn, Hugh B. Auchincloss, [rw ; A, Powell. John Pell, F ' urti - Per I T. Morri ?? n Carnegie jr., Gerald I ?Henry (' leman, Robert Hinckl y ?r., ? Charles An lrew ? Mi Mann, L. I Hamersley an i John Kowell. Mrs. Pierce i1. Butli r and Mrs. Jerome N. Bonaparte gave d nners in advanc ? - dance > Butler din ' ner was gi' en at Villa M : summer home of hoi | an i Mrs. Morgan J. ' l'Brii n Hoi gue: I ; : include I VIr and ' ' : - '<.. ! Mr. and Mr '. Ali n o i' V lb . Miss 'o ?phini : ' O'Brien, ?V.: iar Bu - ? lai Pai'ris h ?. nd ( lorald ! i m | icy. Mrs. Charles !'. M ?? '' itional Cit> : rive at the Irving 1 for a Mr. and Mrs. J. Th.i for a visi witl i Ten Broeck B. M. Tcrhune. Mr. and Mr ?. Terhun ( arc i linni r i n their rda; ening, M r. and Mr.,. Ji hn F. H- rris wi11 i x' a dance at the Shi nm coc - lb 1 . .:..' for their ons Mr i E M tic rne i\ a danci ?'. hei ? : By playing ii - interva 11 .. i ten: ? ? nders advanced the contest r bot tl in t he de tibies to t ? md '? n r 6f brilliant ? ? - wen ;.r M r. .' . ' - ?? poli : Bonapart . Sir i : U ? M '; ?? : . .. Parrish, VIr, and Mrs. Lyttleton Fox VIr. ai 1 Mr J W. Gen rd, M i ir and M rs, The ron R. M ;'- ' dorgan J, O'Bl ien, M rs. Ja ne 3. Pai ri sh L< ??. M ? ;. Ja ? n, Henr; ? \ i d M .James i . ' ..-. ? . ; I ? ck T :?? Mrs ? . nhen Peabody, M ?Mr . ' ? ; ' , - ? i. rhorr.as, Mi " . M - : ? Florence Jo . ....'.?? - .. .: Cards Made Feature at White Sulphur Sprine? _t_ x ~ Mrs. Thomas ,^i. Kui'ieriord Gives a Bridge Party. Fol? lowed l>v I uneheon ????.' itch to T r '?<? ? - WHITE SULPH ' il :" ?" evers ' ? r M, R It1 'f. '. ? .' :' rty tl er ci owed by a ] unchei n, M twenty guests at r < '. f o rm al en! ta i n m e n t r ece d dance gi .en b VI i I av, ert ning with M rs ? ? vis w i < her sister, ! : ; ;-. ? r s : iti r-in law, M rs ?' '? - rge Van 1 rs. U P. Hatl. f i :.? a? After a visit I tnight i J. Graham, M i ?. J '. r ring, her daughter, VI ? Dorothj I ? 'r J. !.. kldi n are retui ing to S'e w Yc rk Returnin ; to Phi iphia re Mr. tnd Mrs. Georg i .i ? ( I ,;.:.., |. .... - ;._ a i Powers, v ed da; . ? ' ' 'rom Colo. ? " ' ?? urn m i d ' ?' i '. ,vood, h 'ountr d ' ? ? John F. Wilki : - Post, ; rec . 'ing fi : . : ' l ?'" : iffered here this ? ??? On ceo int of I nt Mr. and Mrs. ire i urn ing t their 1 Wash i o maini n u the Heir ?o Peerage Weils Blacksmith's Daughter rom The Tribu I ? ' '.-:-'.' . , . g ._ .. . , . i . ? ? . wife his fa finer ?eretary, find the heir to '?'< <? pei. lai ter ol . iccurred in England to lay. Arthur GrifTith B< jcawen, Min \, ricul ture, ai 1 M Dei imm wei lan ving the .a ? ? in c; ri va '. garb esi 01 ed the ? . At Stow e Parish C.'h I moi ::; ng the Rev. Lou . ? . I e, known ?is ? Master I who ' i ' ? ' rid I of Bar [vinloss 1 . ?: . . luke, \\ Kntherin B. M. .lac! ' r ? ! he ;. * bride when, ? i ? k toys to 1 forgi o 1 ? ? ' ii . Later < ?' I ? the ?i chauffeur. St House, bride nci t.ra! : . ? : ' ? ?, but il lion ?^'.icn, and the end of I id ober the Kinli ? ?. . . ? - irai;. E, Utard "!;i<!-- French K;ii:_'!i! U a lunc! ' " ' ? . . .? Club ; Lerda French il Gen (; r a I, G a s I f < d und knighthoul < ; ? ? :' the : '??'?.. . and ?i. : , ? i y. Present . ' I o " re " i urici ( i .?toi of th From ii 1! ?gh Comm .? ? bert Bn - ton, vice pre lidi nl I G i I i.. ' i pmpany; Paul Puller jr., M : . rico Silvester, Oltvier Bocande and Henry ('tard. I i The Tribune Fresh Air Fund ; _J "P. S.?God bless The Tribun- Fresh; Fund!" You'd expect such a postscript to from the letter of a child who ad had a Fresh Air vacation, cr from ! hat i : a mother who had seen her j :hild go forth to two we.k - ... fun and ?'.'? die instead of that it comes ' ? : : i '.:..? letter of a man v ho ha 5 - ? : ?? a good deal of tinte and ?\ ? uple of weeks ar ?angii - '. r the vai it >ni of more ! han :'.: ? Tribune ''Fresh Airs." For the last few days he has been .:;.-? -, ici Fresh Air vacation-, not ? abstract, but actually in prog ress. Here is the way he feels about now ' lat he has I ad a c . nc - for personal observation. His . uns : "Revelle Hall. East Nortl fiel ' d i bap! ism " d a n sw itl n ?? ; or running t :e ample a > ?:. of the ftcat and greenest grass th.it God ever ma s, at least, it must seem so ti that ? :'- of girls from 'the city.' "Th ;, came on tune and were de? ed over ro us by their devoted attendant?a s mi'.in,". laughing, chat? tering, happy little crowd, and j ? reach 'the country.' Welcomed to Northfield "Northfield welcomed them heartily Two of them went 'private' to a farrr n e with tows, horse >, turkeys, chick ??;;. ducks, geese, a dog an i children - rid ti a mot her ! eart to take men i.iki them feel 'a: home, isi the place :' r ',,r- ''?'? o sis ters, on ' -. ?? and the other 1 ???? en. "[ saw those ?? Revelle after the; id m : :'?: - ra\ el stains an eady to play on the gras - an .- > apples and romp with th loggie' that insisted on being counte in. It was a delight to no:-' the fresl an look, the tidy appearar.ee an the joy in every countenance. "They are children, but even chi Iren will not fail to get a little close God is thi live that life for tw ? ??? ? tnd gaze up through the Coi t :ut Valley at a scei insur] is >' in beauty, eat the abundant, whoh fo i pr ivided and live ind ta! itli the '.?? m i nary gi rl -' v. h of ' m, .- i receive the mot ? rinsr of thi li villas can't keep away. 'Two more hoys came r.* Mount Her- | g the full twentj -five t? e-re. came i ver to church last Sun ? ; a finer acting company of I ; nev : .i. Very truly, "E. I'. HOWARD. ' P. S G id ?;!e-F ? The Tribune irresi? School Men Lend Aid : . i m ike it clear <ha- Mr. : I - va r< mows what ho : 3 talking when ? ? ;, . s on the sub ?i luld be " ated t! tendent of schools for North lass and -: ir towns ? e ' :' enlisted the co?pe r ; ? ool n in its ? ?ramei, Here I r v\ ritten was - n i ertained ; Di V . ' Groat, pr nci] il if 1 State ! :rrn^vi School at ' '? rtla rid, N. Y. : ? father and n other: I an ing a splendid time Mrs. De Groat bought me a pair of racing shoes and some underwear. She has a boy of twelve years ar.d r. dog. We went > c a m p \ r.g Th ursda y. "Mo, did yau receive the other let? ter? Your loving son, MAX." Still another school superintendent worked hard for the Fund this sunv m - M. E. Hinman, district superin? tendent for the region around Tally, N. V. About forty boys and girls ar< in his neighborhood to-day. enjoying count ications, through his efforts. M i of '..-, men of the Church, mer of the bar. Rotariar.s. mians, Elks, Eagles and a thou? sand others have given themselves heartily and unsparingly to the work of making Tr;b-.:-.e "Fresh Airs" happy and healthv d;:ririr 1921. P. S.?God bless 'em! Status of the Fond Contributions to the Tribune Fresh Ur Fund: V- \, :sl -, knowledge ! ?64,541 2" L. I. R loo.nn ,??.,... ? . Qporsre H tl _ 7.00 14.01 \ friend rrom the Colonial.. 7.00 -lOndall-Morse H.CO Sar ih Ball . >.0i i i R. M. Dorm?n ' 00 '..-- ti ?? 1.' Van C. Du Boia ' louglas Robinson .... i 00 I Mrs. J. A Clements. 7 no R L, Garner . " ,i:l Mrs William F. BO 00 v.i!?n P.. Best . -n 00 r \v Ldsworth . Mrs, i :h irles !.. ?.i'- ingston Mrs, Ello, S M.-M.ihm rean ?f Mors?!. )0 " i mes ? lonas. 7.00 In the name of. Clarence Ralph De Sola . , Fredi rlclt H Law . 1.O0 Mrs Frank T. Stlnson and : >nds :n.oc ? . m.oc tnr.i m rla m -Dr. H. :. Dowd M r C. V R, Delafn Id : 0C ?mory it Harold FI *h Sax i . m O' V. ?. Palomi n & Co . | B. m. <;. He ? .. rd J l ? -son. r. I i. Vandercar. . .. S.0I irles Perry. 26.01 C 7: W..-. . 20.01 R, S., cash . ' ? Phi p Hussa . . . . 7.01 Wilfred Cuddeback. I O.Oi R Rln ild if. Williams. ,.-. ? Axvine . leorgene K diirvln. i4r r Vincent. l n.O W \. Hall . VI ? : Samuel Lord . . Mrs \ S. Hamlln ...... .''? ? ? er Dougi is . .- " n, Rosalind and Barba ro.' Lai il eer . ' ?:?'... Miss S P Patlison. ': vst. i'hrlat ?uhi : ^ ' ?,i c.?r. . :.:. F. h. ........ : oo .. ??? il ry o? S. E. S... - a nd Mary . : 0( :. Wright ..00 eda from an entertainment . ? ; play given by RIi hard S i '-? and John A, M . : i sadow Edge Farm, M un Kisco, N V. lona. H. S IQ. .00 , ret G. St rauss. . . . '.?:?: p Nlwa une and Ca mp Iven tion ta ken : - the Y ? ;-'? a me Presbytei la n S tinday , iol, N? svtoi . v .1. 7.00 Bob a . i ' mil 10 A. C. Gallatin ''- n the girls of Camp Po-N< rit, Conn. \ 16.25 '.,.?-,:.':?? . . ' ) r\ B. Masfllch ? , es Bindon r oo : ii me mi iry of Ella JD. Savage T, ?;;., August 18, 1B21 . $65,206 OT Contributions, preferably by check ; or money order, should be sent to the Tribune Fresh Air Fund, The Tribune. i New York City. $410,000 Public Gifts Are Made in Colt Will Town of Bristol, R. ?.. and Its institutions to <?ot $300,000 PROV R. I Aug L8 imuel P Colt, whc d Bris! Sat urday last, ?410.000 in - iblic bequests, ace to vi -.'. ..':. v. ? filed for probate .; Brown ' ':. - irsity ;; to get 530,000 and Ma sachu Institute of Tech if - ' ich the ( ?olonel was a grad? uate, 510 5ts '?? the town of Bristol and Bristol total $300,000, and are all to be the the I.?? . ? ' ind V\ an en Y, ? allied at par. ,???:- a re as fol low ; . " 1 thousand dollars t the .. o to the ire and i mprovem ' of le < lorial II gh Sc . io!, buil ! ? ? Colo ?..;? :- i o .. of Bristol ?n tru sed for ' ie i el !".' of ' ho poor: $50,000 to St. Michael's ' rin:.< v i Church, it which the I was ;- ' ber. hi :- specific bequests to individuals aggreg ti 11,069,000, excluding $1.000 oyee of the Industrial ""? ; ? I ipany. itor Le Baron B. Colt, the Colo m l's bi nd Russell G Colt ai d :: C. Colt, hi! ' o ?i ns, are left : I ? ? out ght, equests have ; ?., : residuary estate is to be i ? two r-tal portions. The ic0 i one half to 1 applied ; p - cep of the * mel's Bristol and ' ' purposes md : . .. ? ; I to th ither hal '". :ond .; to be divided : nto :. ,-'? -..-nor Colt, Russell R well C. C( ? are ? ?; trt. The remainder is t fund and the in? n? is to ? paid equally to .hese :? ! beneficiarii $1,500,000 to Two Colleges! ? .' ",:?'?.;; i IE, M is ? . Aug. 18.?The ; ",;.-?. ii '. ? : ?? tute of Technology j will reci $1.001 00 and Wei Col ?? S500,000 from I tic estati : r :..'? ' leton Foster of Westc n, > . ["he will wa here to i-ij '?: ?' I osl r ' .'as head of if i A. Fostei ? . . ton, Ni '? rk, Philad and < i " ? '? ' ect r of -??. > er:.! tex niils. ' To : '': prague, of New York, a hi 1 $500,000, and he is ned is i . ...?? ?. Numerous small: publii I eq n ?1 - are made. ?_ _ _-^-_ Two Pioneer Sisters of Mercy Celebrate 50th. Anniversary i,r \ INFIELD, N, J-, Aug. 18 ? Raymond < I'Don ighu : and M. Isa rail y, ? v, o of I he pio , eer .'; sb r; of M i . ? . .... ' eir luction in the ??-?. '.'orth I lain I, where ..? '? u ;'. ned. this h ich B Ch?mas J. - isted r-y a . ? rge num ? :? of :iergy fi om all part i of the dio '? :. ' R iohn J. 0'(!onnor, of is tl e <?' lebrant; the Rev. : Trenton, .icaenn; the Rev. rh ma i F. Blal e, of ' Icean C ty, : . ? : the Rev. John F, Bald? win, cha? tin of the college, master of Going On To-flav 11 ?. v im Natural id Musi Btl ? V'?rk Historical icfcl ndi : e NIGHT Fr. rl of tho Goldman Concert Band, imbta i'niv.T. ii -.- . tretn, s o'clock ? : ? he Rn ? i ? Mall A.s?o< latlon Hoivl Pennsylvania, 8 o'clock. i Lucien M. Adkins, Veteran ; V Y. Newspaperman, Dies Editor of Thrice a Week. World Wai* (Correspondent With [Miles in Porto Rico N'EW CANAAN, Conn.. Aug. 18. Lu-j ien M. Adkins, editor of the Thrice-a Week World and a member of the staff of The New York World for twenty-three years, died this morning at his summer home lier*1. Funeral j services will be held here at 10:30 j a. m. Saturday. Mr. Adkins was fifty-eight years old. : He was born in Covington, Ky. The Louisville Courier-Journal was the first ne vspaper for which he worked. While employed by that newspaper he cov rei .-. yellow fever epidemic in the ;? . c tracting the disease, but re c npletely. About, th :ty years ago he went to ? : .. joining the staff of the s'ew York Recorder. After service ; nd brief connection with the ing Journal he joined the of The World. As one of The World's correspon? dents in the Spanish-American War he accompanied the expedition of General Miles through the Porto Rican cam paign. He covered the shooting of ! Governor Goebe! in Frankfort and re ! mained in the Kentucky capital through ! ii! the excitement that followed. Ad one of the political staff of The Work! | he n pc rted -.-oral national conven tions. More recently he was night ed .' the norning edition of The About two year? a^o he was made editor of The Thrice-a-Week '? ?rid. Mr. Adkins married Miss Bettie Law !, daui ht -r of Ma ?or Lawrence, ? I Louisville, She survives him, He ?a .: member of the Southern Society o NTcw York. M A RTHA BA RBA ROW PATERSON, N. J.. Aug. 18.?Martha Barbarow, the seven-year-old daughter of I eorge P. and Alice Barbarow, of. "Morris Plains, died of infantile paraly-| sis to-day at the home of her grand- . mother, .Mrs. Mary A. Bamford, 111 i \'iv Street, this city. This is the first death from infantile paralysis reported since the epidemic ? m ;; d out two years ago. There are now four cases of the disease in ? atersc ?:.. WARREN .). CHENETi CORNING, N. Y.. Aug. 18.?Warren J Cheney, i unty judge of Steuben, dii ! in u Ogdensbi rg N. Y., hospital this morning of pneumonia, with which he had been seized while on a vacation trip i:i the Adirondack mountains. JUDGE JOHN H. CHADSEY WATERTOWN, N. Y.. Aug. 18.? John H. Chadsey, seventy->six years old, tor twelve years municipal judge in Rochester, died last ? ' ie Thousand Island summer of his da ?ghte r ne ir Mexand'ria Bay El as born t BallstcA ?pa, ':?. V.. ? ' igal career was passed in Roi ter Two daughters and n ?rvive GEl >RGE STANFIELD COOKE Stanfield Cooke, who was en? gaged in the motion picture industry died Tuesday night at his home, 23' Central Park West, of ptomninc poison ing. He was thirty-four years old. . .Mr. Cooke went into business witl his father, the late George J. Cooke president of the Alfa Lithograph Com pany, and was connected with motioi pictures for ten years. He volunterei as a wireless operator in the navy dur ? ir. SIR SAMUEL DAVIDSON BELFA: r, !:? ?land, Aug. 18. S irnui '? Davidson, who wa ; kn ght ti orge opened : he Ulste Pat i mc U in May, is di ad at hi hu i ? Bangor, it was announced here t.. day. ir Samuel was chairman of tho hour of directors of the Sirocco Engineerin Works of Belfast, and was said ?j b I the second largest shareholder in t!; American Sirocco Company of Detroi \Sn-h. New Auxiliary Bishop Mgrr. John J. Dunn Announcement of his appointment in the New York Archdiocese was; made yesterday by the Pope. Mgr. Dunn Is Appointed Auxiliary Bishop of N. Y. Chancellor of Archdiocese. Honored by Pope, Was Born and Reared Here ROME, Aug. 18.?-Pope Benedict has appointed Monsignor John J. Dunn to be Auxiliary Bishop or New York, it was announced at the Vatican to-day. M r>-ignor Dunn was reading in his office in St. John' Church, in Fiftj fifth Street, near Fir - A.venue, when he was asked .. -- he had re ceived word of his promotion. He jaid that he had not as yet been informed officially. Such notification will come ?from the Apostolic Delegate, Arch ? bishop Bonzano, in Washinj Monsignor Dur.- ? i!or of the Mew Vor.-. He was appoint | ed in 1914 by t;--' late Cardinal Farley, j and reappointed by archbishop He was born in St. Gabriel's | ; Thirty-eighth Stre< t, betwe ?? First ai j Second avenue ;. a d ated in ? the par ii er He attended St Charles's < ': eg? . i M rylai d, and ! St. Jo ? '?: ? o ? T ' .. N. Y.. est May 30, 1896 Mons : mor Lv- m d the Soci etj for the Propagation of the Faith, ! for the aid of missi maries -n the Far : East. Arehbiskop Obregoii Dies on Visit Here Archbishop Ignacio Montes de Oca y Obregon, of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, died yesterday morning at the resi dence of Monsignor Lavelle, rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral, where- he had been a guest for a week. He had re? turned froi - ? .... th ? last se\ ?ed to visit Monsignor Lavelle, a short - to re at, '.1 fore pro iding t VI xico. On Mon ike grew stea ?1 was caused b; arte rial sch r : ..-ert by ad vanced age. Monsignoi Lavelle and ot nor m ?-;;- were at his bedside. His funeral will he held at St, Pat? rick's at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning, when a pontifical mass will be brated. There will be temporary n terment at Calvary Cemetery, later the body will be taken to Mi tico The as horn in South America ii 1840 and was educated for the priesthc ?'. at the South Ameri can C in Col in Rome, with a specia ( | ' ege oi ! - ? Ei clesiast he was pr - ired f< r a dip ordained a priest in 1863; consecrated Bishop of Ta pas, Mexico, by h me '. ius [X, in 1871; transferred to Linares in 1879 and again transferred t, the diocese of San Luis Potosi ir November, 1884. About a year ago he was made titular Arch? bishop of San Luis Potosi. During much of his cl( rical career he was en gaged in special diplomatic missions for the Church. Major Fitzmaurice Dies Special Dispatch to Th '.Tribu s NEW LONDON Conn., Aug. 18 Ma? jor Waiter E Known .;: er :. an and one of I i late Morning Telegraph, died tiiis morning at hi ome, Av< :. . iff - an illness of several month 3. ?Vlajor Fitzmaurice was born in Prov? ide! ce, R. i., .' une 30, 1851, a ? Michael and Mary Tumulty Fitzmau rice. He began his newspaper work o.i The New London Star when he was thirteen years old. being an apprenti:-: in the composing room. In 1891 and 1893 Major Fitzmauric? served as a Representative in the Legislature and was on the s*.;:T i , lonel A. i T C. X G., w! major, by we ich he h . From - '? ; '-.'' ' ms in New London and from li 73 to ; 381 we New Lond n Board of Trad? sur-.'iv.>,: by h : wi fe, tv md four daughters and a i rothi r, the Rer. .]? i i U. Fitzrr. lur ce, of V. . John Endicott Peabody Dies in Rrooklmc Home Special Dispatch, 'o Tir Tnhu-no BOS1 ?" -A ig IE John .I Peabod ixty ? gl t years old, her of one of the oldest M i familie:. died at lis home Brookl no to-da; . He was the brother o? Francis Peabody, ti-, e Rev. Endicott md of Mrs. John T.a?-'r?? " '? . o? Gl M r. 1'. ? dy v.'bs a of Li utenant Francis I rds hire, Engl ind. He v. elde : son of Samuel Endicott Pe and Marianne Cabot (Lee ?: i He was. also a descendant of John i Endicott, first Governor of Massachu? setts. -__ Manufacturer Found Dead Robert Rosenfeld, a clothing manu? facturer, living in Great Neck, L. I., was found dead yesterday by a friend whose ; room at toe Hotel Broztell, 3 East Twentj -.:?.? :. be was sharing ?i Schwartz, : ? iical cxan 1er, ? '? ; ? it d i i due to ? . ? .. ed ?or.??? powdei ?.. ere I Ircssed to Mrs. Ri en. id. An ?u | topay mi 1 to-day. MR.SL ABIGAIL TEN EYCK SOMERVILLE, N. J., Aug. 18.?Mrs. Abigail Ten Eyck, believed to be the oldest woman in Somerset County, was buried from the South Branch Reformed Church to-day. She died Tuesday in her home in South Branch within less than a month of her 103d birthday. She is survived by two daughters, five grandchildren, six great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. She was the widow of John Ten Eyck, a farmer. Birth, Engagement, Marriage? Death and In Memoriam Notice! may he tcleohoned to The Tribune an}/ time up to rr?dnighi /?* in* tariion in the nc.rf day's p*ptr. Telephone Bceknan ;000. DEATHS ASK?.OP? At Ranuwy N .1. A'ie;?- I? 1921 .liler an I ? Tr,<.r'*h?. Ft 'rv'.njr aaklof ira Fu?ara! service? froi rrce Aiimom Road. Ramsey. N r . at - p m on Friday, august 19. Intarm tit Taimara, N T vrvv VTF.R?On Aufuvt '?"? Mars v widow of Btenry H, Vtwater, In tit? s"h year of her risre Services ar hi residence, -14 Rutland Road, Brooklyn Frida: at 8 p. :~ BEGGS?Entered Into rent sud h Parar i John ' ? ?? Regprs. -. lence of !-;,. anthony " Cassidy, 370S Bedford .??? . Brooklyn Fi ' ? '.. pi ; v ,i ; e. BOM.TOV Kr.!?- -? on August 17, at hia residence 179 Ocean Parkway. Brooklyn, I iHvo. in :' year, Fun lay. Angun ii. ut s p m. tnterment Qre< i lemetery Satui day, ' ' ?, m. COOKS?Suddenly, on August in. Oorg? 6 Cook?*, beloved Bon of Wlnlfre ' Tooker Cooke nn<! the lute George -T Sen :es I ' i i '?? ugu ?* ' '. B o'cl >ck, at h-.s rei ?37 Ceo Park West. Interment private DlTfCAW?Clara 3 laughtei of the late John C and ? ' on W< iw -? ?? \-.!co t 17, '. -.' >? her reai n at . Bro ?1 ?? n. N Y \ f ??? e. liM)I'!lMi\ i. im D., or 2413 Bafi? ai Broad Street Hospital, '?.,' s. , i.. inerl cervices ? Mou it Zlon i'h . ? ay aft?- - rson was the pr?sident of the board of trustees [ the Southern Bene - la League and Corner Stone Lodge md \ M HNK?.iil.l) Suddenly, on Wednesday, ist i7 at the Edgemere Club, Bdgi ? ' T . -t husband of ?,. leg' Id. Funeral services will '?? '? Id ..' the Universal Chapel, corner and Flit ?-???? oil m ? rnlng. Aug M o'clock. (iF.FI.AIN On Wednesday, August ;" ?i his home 131 K V L?der C, Fu?era 51 Mai ? ? h by vi ? Lugust 19, at 1 HAM??.TO} ? I ! . ? ' Bl >,. v I . ?? Lt the Chui Llth ?' lnl< r HARPKR- U Old Bennlngton. Vt . Tues? day, August l f John and Ethel W H , in Ins 14th year Funeral serv. nd it?raient - ' lennlngton HOI.1 \ David W on A igust 17 l ? a ? ?? ivi iband Chrt* tiana V I Ida B. Holly ai f Clara Spleg-lei Fu . ig-ust Mass at i ? - . BOOK N B ?? . ? ' h rar ., .f Ii - . . . . ISSELDACHEIt V 17 b< 1er h- oved fat bei ri Law ren e an ? 2 16 I ? tau.; o-. . Broc Frida ... '<< Kl 111 tta, sud lenly if Marie Bai ber < rej Hol ? . ? -, - . : ?.. 234 2 ? ig i.???? 19, at , Michael's ! \ N! EXSE? her la LARKIX?On ? 1 - . .... ur-i , ? iuiem al thi it 10 ? I..WVRF.M E-On V - ? ? ? s ... - . i he ? LYO> - - - ?' ? . Cone, died al ? ? ? ? MF.lt;-.' v A., ? ? ? - METZGER O'VF.ir.?. Maria, beloved . . b at 10 ? O'BEIIXI * Saturday ? - - ? . POOLI P?:V. ERS?On ? ? S IU) ? Kill) Plains, N : * ' Funeral sei Protestant Kr ? . August 13. at 2:00 p. n.. BICHAROS Al lonn., August Fun^rnl t Memorial h.urcb :''-! a' . ? '???? \ ? 1,1 SSI !.!. - ? . . . I I >( HONBEKGEB I -I 1 I.I\ \*- Michael F . - K it? I? ? .- ? ? -, ? \\ HERRI in be isband - in d 1 . . ??ist at 2 . .. ??? t. tldence ...'. w eat H..t>. . i ??'?>. wm'K.REN, Henrtetu h, Broadway. Mth a * P WOLFE?On Wednesday. August 17. at St. Ursula, Bedford Park M ther Auguat 2*. a; :o > THE WOODLAWV CEMETFKV. ! 233d St. By Harlem Train and by Trolley. Lots of small sUe (or ?ale.