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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1912.
Tlub Ditli.s" of Liii'climoiit ('. Invnilo Cniiip of New Vork A. V. 4,Iiiilinns." tiii:n tiik itx hkoins "Tin- llnppy Ilimliii"- fJroutui" I'li'vcrt nnil r'piisf (iivcii i n . mdo.unry coupled nidi thn coolest Vnil of sii'.nli'iv prevented 11 sprlo'ts en r . .ntiT l' wfcn the " tttn klpborry Indians" Kiln Imril" if Invaders nt lluckleberrv i4.iml. I" 'lie sound off Now llochelle, )ps. lordai nn nnhnarvd.iys anyone hut nn nnthrn- i .mit would think tlm Huckleberry In inns were Just member of tlm New or Uhlelto ( lull, hut lln-y show li,it ii mi their hearts when they throw aside ihe garment of civilisation nml net out 10 thi' Island, whero In powpow ttipv re hearse their wrongs, bewail their rights .an I Ii iin-iu tho rost or hMh 1 1 v l ii c Thrv unit forth yesterday led hy their ancient hit hl'f whose paleface name I. ' Hmlv Nhaerfor 'I hey hnllt their c-rimwll fre, lighted thlr pipe, put flre tiniliT om nf t heir food mid put Ico on other rtiti'i anil were juxt w.iltlrnf for tho signal in tHj m hen .i hoop from 11 scout hroucht nery tribesman to li Ik feet. Two str.inne ship of the haled palcfnie wci in the offing. Hoth were crowded wlih fearsome warlike ercutnres 'I ho blood of he tribo uroe War medicine, was made, omahawks were polished ntid the faces Hinted Meadlly thesirangeshlpsdrcn In Keen, rained eet in the forests snw thnt one n- I he ( orol.i, tlaa-diiti of i iiin mordore Leonard iilch.ird of tho Ltrch rr.ont 'ht t lub, th other, the Allegro, ol James Kherson. .1r . of PhllniMphia . single whlpr,it I'oinniiitid and a tlnv no shot out oer the tumbling- w.i ter'i with Arthur Maitland In miileul tone he asked who the Invader were I'heio a a i on ii 1 1 ii t Ion and finally n tall man, hn fai p tunned by thewiMther. went to the lde of the heat and In the Mtme tongue the young warrior had ued told him that the treats meant peine. those aboard were from a fur rountry. All had come simply to sit. nt a council tire. up with them and he on their way. the young Indian paddled swlttly to the shore and disappeared into the forest. He returned and raised his hand, signifying peace, and thus the l'lub Pubs of the Lnrch monl v.acht tub gained the shores of Huckleberry Island Ihe unipje Indians soon cave Ihem nil heir lot.fldence Thov tioU (leo. I'nllnw nt.d ex .ludfe Delehanty, for instnnie. out 10 uie irrfni piiHhK tuipii is iiaiuen in a box thev plned and Kani; for them. Arthur Neld had (fathered touether n doulile iiuar tetip from tie" Ma nneri'lmr mid tbes hatiteil the weird tilti.-io of the forert tb" llv l lay M fireene of the lltorc- had deised a rude little play "Ultahle to the talents ot rhe Indians and the riuli Dubs Joe Her bert, for another In'tance, won all the Lear's by his realistic imitation of a huninti loient pole translated Ihe little play of Mr. (iteene roidd be i.ilhsl "Treasuri Island" (vr "Ihe Ilippv llnutiui! (iround." Tt-Wsndrrlnc Jew Henry C Mnrllmer SIS Albert berry , I'"" . Jutui I'liulla)' i amhilairs for the Happy llumlni (irnuii'l: i rticral lilsrontrm Prank Hardy ' ap'ain i nuraccous Morton V Mnlth A aikrr .Inppli Kereaii bUtxk Joseph It. (t'rhmcr v i.roui of l'lub I)ub. Treasuri: Irlanilers-lnr-Mith-i-Mek (ieorce O'DonnnIl mre (imrie.stuiri C.lrlsilr ' .reohrari .... William llarrlian Ke hrrlsll William lloielle '.aaCMnicje Norman Tharpc ""one (iuiird Uu I'alrrhlll lr..n-vbn.it rthur Mallland ' til'l'. Sichem. and llraro( the lluckUberri A' !' ihe rrles of the sipiaw called .ill in the bur wb:w,mi. wheie was sorted 11 palatablx meal of the natio rbim r 1 1 loiictpr t,o crab, the chicken. tb meen rn 'he water melon, the same, all wiodiod oon bv drainrhts from sueh -lmpIi . and lonipounds as the native medicine men .Id iie tse. CANOE OVERTURNS, BOYS DROWN. Three Uvea Lost In Detroit I, nil Micrlflrra Hlmaelf for I'rlrnil. Ditiioit. Aug. :5. A fickle cance and a ihoppy river co-t three lives in Ihe Cana dian channel Saturday midnight, (icurge liot irwon. 10 years old, sank ininuiliatoly tr the bottom. Louis l,noe. Jr., It) years ' Id. exhausted I tin st length trying to save his friend and s!iped to his death shortly liter regaining llio bo.it. Kdwaid .lolly i 'ing to tlio iiptuni"d emit for a time and 'hen sank Henry Ktoinberg. 11 years old, suc- ded in regaining tho boat but found uiutoir alone Is'tween I'olle Isle and Uolfs Point on tho Canadiaii shore, the ibjective imiiit of tho lurty 'Ihe accident was can-i'd by a wave t-triklng th" overloaded craft Voung Iaosh could easily liao saved himdf. according to StidnlsMg. but hod for one of his companions and on ,ii-count nf exhaustion in tho attempt slipp-d hum 'he upturned canoo and nan dtowned None of tho bodies has lioeri recoveted. ('ArsKlbl., Aug. 25. ( liarhu- Suhel, 17 ears of uge, residing in Uriwiklyn. w a-. ..ruwned at Austin's lilen near hero late -torduy aftenioon. Nobel, who had n here sinco lust Monday on ills suiii- mer vacution, accompanied by seveial ' litis, went to the (lien. Disrobing, he uneil into one of tho deep pools and Ids i !) never came to tho surface 'Ihe sly was recovered and taken back to lie city by Sobel's" father, who arrived en- last night to claim it. Moi'nt VKii.vuK. Aug, 23. Hundreds I'ickiuokers at Twin Island, noir Now helle. saw a thrilling rescue when Airs. 1 .ireiico Stevens Jteynolds of 2D St. .Io - oh street, Now Kocholle, leaped out of i.": canon in Long Island Sound and si' wl tho life of Miss Paulino Pross of I nit Vernon. hs I'ross's canoo was capsized liy tho -"e from a Sound steamer. Mrs. Itevo'ild-. swam to thn rescue of her friend, l'h'i cannot swim, They were picked up ' v Mr Heynoids in a motor boat. flc.rgp Allen, 2 years old, a cleric, v mi lived al 74U Oakland avenue, Orange, N 1 died of heart falluro in ttio surf ut M"ll.ind lleach, Staten Island. Men was llio yards from shorn when I uddenly went down. Henry Kiley "I lor tho body and succeeded in bring- - " to shore. Coroner's. Physician 1 . Moid said that Allen had died ' 'i' a't (allure. I'.rn. men and n woman worn liadly 1 is-1 t,y a dm on board tlm 4.1 foot im- leim yacht Kshio lying off Sheops )' I Hay. Tho injured uru Frank V.. I'1 M7 years old, owner of tho boat, ' "gat 217 1'isl llHth stroot. Manliattun; ' wife, draco, U2 yeare old; George F. "'son. 3tt years old. living ut 211 Kiml itii Mieet, Manhattun, und Arihur ;iriiiBh.'im,a siirvoyor living at 1027C'oney l-liind aveniio, Itrooklyn, l he party had lieeu on u two weeks I'liw. along tlio Ijong Island coast and LHd nhrhnr..,! ,n sn...ru.i.An.i n. .. . uii . iii'i!niii-tii im T-riJI- nayalternoon. Thor)e, who was sleeping in lus cabin, was aroused by tho smoll of hiioU ,,,( (ollIllj tm CH)m jM flll11)H ii.!.".thr"" me" U"J "lo woa'i triod to "" 'ho Hi. i and ufjor an hour's hard JyJ K lire was oxtlngtilshed, but not Ii01'0 ihe interior of tlio cabin had beon conipety dostroyod. ''il tho tiro waa out did the occu r ints find that they worn badly in need ot lSiMl treatment. Thoy towed astioro i)'J were attended by a physician. LIVE TOPICS ABOUT TOWN. In ttnrrow Niimm.ui Htrerl on Monday it liattor ilttnictiMlullentlon In hln ostub llnhinunt by giving away two or throo dozen ttraw huts in an oxtnumlltiury ttniimpr; tlioy wero not Bitnply hatiiled out to iserNby on tin; mdowntk, ltit n mini .Mantling in tho torn vestibule xcaleil thein tip into tlm nir over tho Mreet tn tall whom they mlutit or to lm cnticht on tho fly. At llrHt ho hail two or three, thrown in oulck sucoi-shIou, In tho air nt once; ntid then tho crowd, men ntid boys, Riithoroil. 'l'bnll tlm limn .nln.l .... .1 - nunni uf inn ,n inreo more, to lw cnttRlit by wntclier.i for them in tho crowd n they rntno down; and then tho crowd waited again and In duo tlnui tho man smiled up, ono after another, hull n down hats; and so ho kept on nl brier Interval till ho hud tossed up the whole lot. The catchorn utood urniitid in bunches in tho utrecd and exchanged lint" to gel ono to III. i Tlie lintll llOllKPrt III! lll. Itllrl.ni. nioro populiif 1 lil-s year than they have lii-en for tome -easotm pasl Almost any nftertioon the obw-rver cm llnil Iheiuolh trs of upper llroadwav atul adjacent HtleetH tmfldllllir llltfiltl tl.ul.ln II... !...... I with their children The Hoats furnish excellent opportiinitipsfordiving About the etily waves the liatheincan enjoy aro tho dwells from pusitig steniners, but. they gel all the, enjoyment they unit out of them The Hudson Iliver bath also provide, isotnelhlng of interest to lllverside Drive loungers, who Mnnd for hours gazing down at, tho crowding bathers Tiolow At l.Vdli Mreet. viliero the drive takes a long curve out on a bridge swung over the railroad trnokx, there Is always a crowd pressing against the railing and watching the hathorn far below Often auto parties Ktop to iee what is going on. "I've seen a few women detectives in my tini"," wild the llroadwav lounger, but thai young woman imving a ticket, for the picture hIiow nerons tho street lias the iiuerrest job or thein all. I'll bet " Ho pointed to a nentlv dre-sod voung womnn who was just entering one of tho numerous places of the wirt along tho big highway He explained- "She's a slide detective She is em ployed by tho men who make advertising slides that iifo thrown on the inn-lin lie- tU'oeti thn lilntur-.w In it.i'id. ...l ...!....' in New Vork She goes around to the1 various iuhcos where tnev have plaiiil their slides and cheeks up the perror manco. If the malinger falls to put on n single slide which he has contracted to prwluco lie soon hears about it." It is odd wiiHt liabit will sometimes do in a wild Animal." said . keeper in the C intra I I'nil; iiirngerle "There was Secretary, one of our fines lions Ho hadn't seen Knottier wild animal since tin was sopara.cd from his mother and tho other tluee cubs. Wood partitions on each side of tils cage cut olf nts view oi til" other allium l.s in tlie mind ing The years parsed and tin got used to looking at humans and p-.id no attention to them "Uecently Iron bars were put in place of the boprd partitions and .S-cretarv got Ins llrst gliuiMo of tigers, pumas. Ii'opatds and ot tier hous Ho was soared Willi drooping tail lie slunk to the on. side cage to avoid the strange boasts. At fi'dlng time ho would poke his head in snlo the door a little way and then steal Ihilv approach the hunk or meat. "It was a long time before the old fellow got Ui-id to the pte-etice of other wild animals ttentiy tlie hippo cat lias lioon waxing fat and lazy this summer cm ati .ihimd.inl Knglish sparrow diet. When the hippos moved to tlie'r summer Umrtors from tho lion hoitio in tlie Central Park menagerie denny went along with tier friends. Tho stoiio platform of ttie hippo enclosure is a gro.it tesort for Knglish sparrows booauo of tlm grain, crumbs of bread and other food. Tho iit curls up on the scattered hay or grass ntid waits until a group of the birds is oT guird ov-r tho food Then blie Mrmgs and always oapturor. one. The hippos hho tier but do not like til" b nls. PHILADELPHIA OPERA PLANS. Tito nmpntiles Will ( onililne Torre nn iti l.nst .srnnou. PiliLAtiHi.t'itiA. Aiib 2.1. tipern patrons will Ix' Inteiefted In th" announcement of the plan" for lh Metropolitan and I'hila d 'll'lila-Clilcigo opi'ia i'oiiip.inle. fm- the e'linltitf feaon. As was the riiM last year, the tw itniMidev tl nhi- their pertnim- ances unilei the cotnhlned pn yentntion of th two in uanUailons, thus p"i mlttlni: ell the Mars nf tliee two intiipanles to ! heai d In one season. While the t'eleition of the on nlni: nia has et to i dr tumbled. It Is ext ted th" occasion lll sene lis the debut In the I'nlted (-'tate.s of Mine. iVcllln (iiiKli.irdl, the dramatic -irnn from the Italian opera (''inipan. (ilo-v.-innl ZenaiellD will hIiiu the tenor roh The searon will open alsuil Ditoher 01 and will continue Into I-Vhruar. .uid from the plans of the iilrector. Mr. tsiullo l.attl-t'asnzzii, It Is hellcved the coming season will he the most artistic and com iielienle ever atlenipted In this country. At least two of Puccini's work will he produie.l Then the mannseinint will t-lve "Kuhreli.'f'n." hy Klerisd, a well known Herman composer, which has been the chief sensation of the (leinian sea--.ii. liellhil's "Narrr.a" and V-vir- dramatic "I n Hallo 111 Miischern" will he nwvid espetiallv for Mine. li.mliaTdl Miss Mairale Teyte will make her llrst appearance In this country in a KoiKeous i n si titittlori of Thomas's fniclnalln: ipein. There will also he Massenet revivals nml Miss (i.inlcu will hae tho leadtng fiiiilnlne lohs. Aiturn Toscmlnl will direct the musical foices of the Metropolitan lompany, while Clenfnntc I'ainpanlnl will wield the baton for tho Philadelphia-Chicago or fanlJ'.atlon. Heading the general list of opiratlc stars ate such artists as Caruso, Tetrnzrlnl, li.ilmon .. tiarden, (lagli aidl, VCenatcllo, (ladskl, Amato, Katrar, .Sanuniiico, HHltzinan-Htevcns, Scottl, White, rreniftiol, Clausen, Homer, Whllehlll, lo i.'lsncros, .Mutzenaucr and Ucetluu. I'ln nml I'lnyrm. The Sheriff of Nottingham In "Holihi Hiiod," JMwhi Ht'Mns. lll entertain the Shurlff of New York (Julius llnrhurKi rl ut the Knkkcrliuikir Tlnutru to-imirrow nlclil. A ilrms rfhfarsal of the second company to play "newly Money" was held list Iilchl at tho Maxlne I'.lllott Tliealre. The emu pany, which will play through thn West, Incluilfs Hans Iliititrt, IMhIii Morilant. Will iam L'Umans. Itobert I.ec Hill, 13. A. Illierk', Hverett llutti-rtl' lrt, Carl Harbor, l.oula Kim ball, Clyde Alllion North, tfmllh !avl. Cdward l.ehay, Jean d (lnusac, Thoniaa llrnton, Jral Olumlf ruilnc Virginia Irwin, Isabella Wlnloche and Naomi Wenton t'hll iltru. Lewis Waller, who rnurnut from Kng liud aboard tho n.iltlc on Kuturday, nn nuunrfil last night that hln (lmt perform anco In New Vork of lMwurd Knoblauch's now play "Ulacoverlng America" would take, plaro at Duly'a Theatro on Saturday, Hp leather 7 Among Ihe principal adorn will be .Mr. Waller, Mailco Tltherartge, .Miriam C'lenienls, Hucetto Cotta, Henry Carvlllo and lleglnahl Uuiip. At the frre iiubllc concert on tho null at Centra! I'urk on Weilneiiilny i-enlng Ihe s'llolsl with the Volpu Orvlirslrn will Im IMlu Hliownlter. This Hid bo her second appearame at these inunUlpal concerts und she will sing lor her principal number it song rewritten for this occasion, In It she Is required to slug tight high FT In u 1 1 k sui craslon. Cope. K n Klelnsclinililt, the Arctic ex plorer, has been unexpectedly calleil to Waahlngtnn on business by the (invernnient. lxiniy Haikell will art lecturer In hla stead for the Alankit-Hlhcrla motion pic tures, wlil-li ,lll be gfn al Hainnieraleln'e ll"Qf Uardcn mid Vlciutla Thealiv thin ctk. T So siim .-I Travpllinp .Man Who ( tunes I'roin Out of the HOW OXK DAY WAS SPENT He DniNs PiirtiiMilnr Altcntion to tlio Co.st of a Day's; Fun in (tut hum. A buyer from tlie middle West, ona of the thousands wlto are now thronging the great hot way and bringing the Btnlle th"t won't eotim off to tlio features of the hotel proprietor, dispelled all Illusions that any one might have had yesterday aftenioon that New Vork isn't just about th best little summer icsort in this or any other land. "Take it from me," said this wirtlcuiar buyer, " New York is tlio greatest ever, and 'I've just found it out, as everybody else is hound to sooner or later even if lie lias liiil near Chicago nil tils life. I'm- been to New Vork a dozen times, but always in tlie fall or winter, when all the people ate in town and there's si poin! to be something duing every mir. ute. I've hoard u lot about New Vork being a great little old summer rpsort, but I iieM'f put any stock in it until yes teiilay. I,et 1110 tell you how I spent th day and then let 1110 tell you now much it cost and if you can match it any placo In the world the dinner's on me. "In tlio morning 1 went out to Coney and had a swim. Twenty cents for car fare out mid back and a ipiarter for a bathing suit, and I wouldn't havosold the hour's fun 1 had splashing around on my back and lying in tho sand for twenty times that amount . Then ( had lunch in a little restaurant at Conny, and a mighty good lunch It was too; and that cost exactly a dollar, tip and all although my swim gave mo tlio beet appetite I've tiad all summer. Keep track of tho ex penses because that's the strangest part of all. A dollar and forty-llvo cents bo far and it's 2 o'clock already. "In tlio afternoon 1 went out to the American League Park and biiw tho Yan kees trim tlio White Sox. And if ever I saw a better gamo of ball I can't re member it . I sat in tho fifty-cent bloaohetu because I'm a died in tho wool fan and that's where a real fan ought to nit. Listen ing to tlie remarks of tho bleucherltoa is to mo just oh much a part of tho show oh tlio game itself. "Aro yon keeping tab of tho expenses? Two dollars and llvo ccnU, isn't it? And don't forget tho peanuts, That makes two-ten. "I had dinner at ono of tho big Uroad way restaurants. Speaking of dinner, let me give you n little pointer, Thore'H only ono way to got real enjoyment out or 11 meal whon you'ro dining ulono and that's to Btudy tlio people around ubotit you, A rnan'H real self comes to tlio sur face when ho's squared off in front or a moal mora than any other llnio, und fifteen years nt) n drummer has made mo a pretty fair judge of human nature, I like lo watch Moplo in n restaurant and try to figure out what sort they are, and what's their ocoupntion. I spotted two travelling mon last night. I knew they wero travelling men because they drank their coffeo 'left handed.' A lot of travelling men Inv'o got in that habit, Do you know why? Bocaueo when they drink 'left handed' they uso the aide of the cup thut hasn't been used before, and travelling men, who have to eat in all sorts of places, can't bo too care ful. Thu next ttmo you're iti u restaurant Better Chase That Boy. I look around and see if you can Bpot u5 travelling men. -iy ainner chock came to 12.211, and a 30 cent tip and a couplo of 10 cent clears brings the total so far un to 4.73. "After dinner I took in a show, which was worth 2 of any man's money And after the show I drooped in to seo one of the cabarets Whatever you may think of the cabaret it's 11 mighty big novelty to n man from tho middle West I don't bclievo thst a ipiarler of all tho peopl thcro wpro New Yorkers. Most of 'em were straiiRers like myflrlf who had dropped in to see what thev were like. After a couplo of drinks t came tmek to the hotel and went to lied. "Now just figure this out for yourself and see if there is any other place where you can crowd more novelty and enjoy ment Into ono short day A swim, a Uise txill game, a good dinner, a show and a caluiret. And when I was through there was still $2.75 left Trom a $10 bill. Can you tieat it? "And. oh! yes; don't forget this. On tlie way Imck trom the ball gamo (I took a surface oar liecntise I wasn't in h hurry) I ran into ono of those Marathon races. To seo thoso poor duffers pounding along on the liard pavement under the hot sun made me feel about as cool and com fortable hv contrast as anything pos sibly could. "Yes, sir. New York's a great little sum mer resort, nnd I live within 210 miles of Chicago too." AT NARRAGANSETT PIER. .Mrs. Mnrahall .1. Allen n r.nrai In Honor of Her 8Rth lllrthdny. NARtlAOAN'snTT I'lKR. It. I., Aug. 25. At the Mathewson to-night Mrs. Marshall .1. Allen of New York, who has been a visitor to the Pier for many yiars, cele brated her rlnhty-llfth birthday. Mr. Allen was the recipient of many floral tokens nnd congratulatory telegrams from her friends. Mr. and Mrs. IMson Hradley, who are nt their country place on thn St. Lawrence, sent her riKhty-nvn Ameilcan Heauty rose, and flowprs wete nlso rPCPlved from the Hev. Herbert Ship man and Mrs. Hhlpmnn of New York, who are with Mr. and Mrs. Hrndlcy on tho Kt Lawrence. Mis. J. Deere Chapman gave a birthday dinner at the Casino to-night for -Mrs. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hrevoort Kane of New Vork gave a dinner for a company of twenty-six to-night on the plaza of the Casino. Among their guests were: Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kent Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac II. Clothier, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Irv ing II. Chase, Mr. and Mrs, Louis O. Kauf- DETECTIVE STICKS IN AWNING. Ilescrves, Firemen nnd t'lvlllnna U'nrk to llUtodar S4U Pounder. It required tho pollco reserves, (Ire men and civilians to dNodgo 240 pound Doteotlvo Lro flharpe from a glass nwnlng at 165 Amsterdam avenue lait night. Shnrpe, with Detectlvo Mc Cormick, wus after two hoy burglars In n store and tn trying to enter the building crawled along tho awning. Down went Sharps up to his hips and thcro he stuck crying for help. The small army of bluecoats that responded got htm out after n half hour'H work. Ills shouldor wbh dislocated and two or three of his ribs may be broken. McCormack got tho boya ho went after. They aro Martin Hopklnnon, 11 yours old, nf 24B West Sixty-sixth street, and Adam Skinner, 8 years old, 213 WeBt Sixty-sixth street. They said they went Into tho place forapples. MRS. GEORGE B. COX HURT. Politician's Wife Fall While Ad JmtlUK Chandelier. Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 25. Mrs. Cieorgo 11. Cox. wlfo of tho politician, wbb seriously Injured at her home to ntRht. She was adjusting a chandelier when tho chutr on which sho was standing fell over, throwing her nnd tho chan delier to the floor. Mrs. Cox fell directly on the glass, cutting her buck seriously: She was attended by Dr. Ed Walker, who pro nounced her condition dangerous. S555S3C'ZmmiSmi'' l Oft 5flN r DINNER DE LUXE FOR ISIDORE'S THREE GOATS AnimnJs IVnst on 814." in OrepnbiH'ks nnd His Aj count Hook. HOW TO OUT MOXKY HACK Kii.st Side Neighbors Offer Snjr. frostions, but Mr. Stein Is Miserable. Isidore Htein in his stable down whero the Williamsburg UridRe throws a cool ing shadow over a bit of tlie Kast Side rocked back and rortli on a bench yester day hugging himeir In misery. Isidore's three goats had eaten $113 in bills of Isidore's money atul the cash book Isidore's problem was how to pt the money hack. A little knot of neighbor stood around and offered various sug gestions, such as killing the goats, for instance, ltut, argued Isidore, if it goat, was killed and no money found, wliut then? It was a very delicato problem. Down at S7 Mangiu street, where Isi dore's stable stands, the Kast Kivorcan be seen glimmering through gaps in tho rickety buildings. It is the dropping off plaue of tilt l'ast ohle, ctlnl betvttieli lalil siiacklo factories and old tenements nro pitiful looking empty spaces, strewn with tin cans and old iron. It is n de lightful spot for gouts. Years ago Isidore in a moment of weak ness bought n goat for his llrst born. That was Hilly. To Hilly was added Nelly and presently came along a young Jakey goat, and it was Jakeythat caused all tho trouble, Jakey was, so to speak, the black goat of the family, and ho got tho "goats'of every ono In Mangin street, ono right after the oilier. Yesterday morning Isidore cast up his accounts. Ho got out the casli book and balanced it with thn cash, S145 in bills. Thcro wero two fifty dollar bills, two ten dollar bills, four lives and live ones. They made a nice fat little roil und Isidore placed it on tho cash book witli u look of pride. Presently ho went out leaving tho offico door wide open. Ho knew the goat family's fondness for paper, but the sight of so much money all tils own made him forgot. As lie disappeared Jakey stuck his head in ttte door, looked rellectively up and down, trying to decido what to begin on. There waa a newsatx'r in the corner, but it waa torn. A telephone book looked rather chunky. And then Jakey spied tho nioo green paper lying on the cush book. He wiggled with joy and ran for ma nnd ta. Tills must bo a Sunday meal for tlie family. Hilly und Nellio und Jakov all Btuck their noses into tho staok of' hills and soon there wasn't enough left for oven a troasury cx)ert to recognize. Tho goat familv was well Into tho middle of tho cash book when Curl, tho stublo boy, heard Urn commotion in the onion and saw Jakey wrestling with Morris Oovansky's bill for cartlug. Carl whistled to him self. "I should worry." ho said, nnd went away. Presently Isidnro came back in time to rescuo tlio cover of tlio book from the voracious goats, and from Ililly's board ho plucked thn ooruer of a SI bill which ho hopes may be redeemed. .Vfc'ir JKIl.SKV XOTKS. Ltllorc Kllcil, 4 yearH old, of 73 Mount rrotpect avenue, Newark, was huilly Injuri-rt Hit night when his uuliimoblle cruahed throuKh the rear wall of tho Knrnn and (Irnppul ahuut nflecen fret to ihe yard he low with Priori plnnod beneath It. Itoy nium. t years old. inn nf inhn m,,m f HI Boulh (Irove aireet. Irvlncion. waa killed lo.day at Twenly-tlret atreet and 'Union aenue hy n westbound trolly car of iuv vivnu 011VVI linv. CHARMED CIRCLE OF CLUBMEN. Alnny l.rnillnrr llimllslniieii IllncU linllpil li) Itiijnl Vuclit Sinindron. Sirctnt rnkU Ttiitrh to Tub Siv Cow kh, Aug. 21, Tho Iloynl Vncht i Sipindrou outdid its record for exclusive-. ness. this summer liy tho wholesale rejec tion of candidates who camo tip for elec tion in August and certain circles were thrilled witli horror at u rumor that a duke, one of tho wealthiest in the country, was among thoso blackballed. Tlie rule of tho club which makes ono blackball in live sufficient for llio rejec tion of a candidate was relaxed during King Edward's time, but Iiuh nowadays been reestablished, so that It is almost I impossible for anyone to get into the I charmed circle. ', THE TOURISTS. Ni'it orLer Willi Are Trlnit Hip oiiiili-.v llonilx li 11ln. l.rxox, Mass., Aug. 25. Motor imlvnls nt the Hotel Asidtiwall from New Vork to-day wete: Mr. nnd Mrt. H. Munn, II. W. Mnntl. T A. Meeker (l.iKlcr). Mr. und Ml.. W. K. Pope, William I'ope. John M. Poster (Wlnlon), Mr and Mis. A. Adams, Thcodoro Adams. Thomas Adams (Chal mers), Mr. and Mrs, Ilaytnond Kill (I'opc.llartfordj. Mr. and Mrs. A. I'. Oardner, MIjh Josephine l'eit. Orllllu Wig Kins, Ml!s Delhi Waldo (Thomas), Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Patten. Mr. and Mt.i. W. S. Moi.e, Oeorue Motley (Packard), Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorpe W. !ny, Alexander Gay, David Gay (I.ozler), T. I'. Karnes, Trunk Lawrence, M. Mackintosh (Cole), Mr. ntid Mrs. It. 1' Marie, Miss llnrlc. It. P. Ilnrle, Mi and .Mrs. G, i. Storm. Miss Virginia Storm. .Miss Turner (Packard), Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Pleld, Mr. and Mm. Charles W Hrenemnn (Packard) WATKitnrr.Y. Conn.. Aug. 25 New Voik people urrlvltiK hy motor to-day at the Hotel Kllon: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U Dent, on Ideal tour (Cadillac) . Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Siiydani, .Ir . and William It. Adams, re turnlne from White -Mountains Repub lic) . Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. Hmylls (1'lerre Arrow), Mr. and Mrs. t! U. Mack and Charles I'crrn (Pa-sons), returnlm: Ideal tour. A. HIchardMin. Mrs. Morton and Miss Morton, en route to Lenox (Stude baker) : Hohert II. White and Lewis It. I'rankllu ( lircp-Artow), and Mr. and Mrs. W I. W. Hnrf (Hulck). on Ideal tnur. Ill- nnd Mrs. Sinclair Toiisey and Mr and Mis. Otto C llehiise on Ideal tour (Cadillac). W li. Shitttlcnorth nnd fam ily, en route to tho Hctlthlres (Pord) . Mr. and Mr. William It. Snedeker nnd .lames Thomas on Ideal tour ( f'ope-llartford ) . T. I' Darnei, Frank Lawrence nnd W. Mack intosh, en route to Lenox, Ma. (Cole) , Mr nnd Mrs. lald C. HalMcd and Miss Julia W. Coles on Ideal tour (Hulck). PlTTsriM.ti, MnM . Aus '-'3 New Vork niitomobllitts reKlhterlni; nt the touriiiK club's hiiienn In the lintel Wendell to-dav prp.Mr. and Mr. !S II Lnnnnls, P Mclin (Cadillac) Mr nnd Mis W Tyson Komaine, II Tilden swan. II 'lildeii ftwnn .Ir (Mlt i helll, Mr and Mrs. i: llartlett. Miss Nellie davenport. ,1 I! Case, Frank Mumpf (Pack ard!. Mr und Mr Charles Vimd, Mr". Raymond iind, Mi-s Limn 11nd. Allred Hoehe. Mis Mollle Drouse (Packard) Mr. and Mr". William lilpiison, Mls Anna MeL-inirhlln tllatnhleil. Mrs M II. Crandall. Mr. and Mrs W II loppinc iCadlllaei; II M mltli ll.n(i.r Mr inn) Mm .1 V Hrmidt.Mr. nnd .Mrs I' J WlltsieiPackardl. Unci ru.s- Woolis. N It. Atnr 25 New Vork automobile arrivals nt t he Mount Washington include Mr. and Mrs. W A irf'Mer, .Mr anil .nr" .miuiii-uiiiuk I Kinll Mr. nnri Mrs II W Snvles. -Mr and Mr". II C Wilcox (l'eerlessi, Mr and Mrs. T. N. .lames, the Mioses James (Iloyal Tourist!. Miss .. Drown, lls Mary L. Ilroun Kiarfnrdi, .Mr. nnd .urn. Arthur Miner. Ml.s Miner. Miss lleth Miner. Mls Margaret Miner (Appersonl ; Ml und Mrs. W S. Forbes. Mr and Mr". It. S. Forbes (Stecns-l)urvenl: Mr. and Mrs. (i. II. Smith, Miss Winifred L. Smith, Itnymnnd W. Smith (Steveiis-nurveai; Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Naijle. Dr and Mrs W. II. Shaner. Mls Carrie Shaner (Knox- Mr. and Mr. I' It blake-lce. MKs lllake-lee. (iladvs M lllakeslee. II W Ulakeslee. F H Ulakeslee (Stevens-Oitrveai, Mr. and Mrs Oeoru" C Poote. Charles S Foote tPaiknrib Mr and Mrs. W P Knickerbocker, Mr and Mr H. V Dnrluutoii (Pnpe-llartfnrd At the Mount Plea-nut Mi and Mrs .1. .1 .Mont. Mr and Mr" L. X Wheeler i Pope-Hartfordi l)r and Mrs. Cherin iPieree-Arro i. Mr and Mrs M llurr. Mr and Mrs. I. I. (milium iCadillno . .lo-eph I. Adler, Irvlnv: Adler isipven.nirea Mr nnd Mrs. P d'Conner. Mi-s Poverty, Miss Lena Fouerly (Caddlne. . Mr und .Ml" .t. K Wadley and children. Mrs. X. V Wl-doni (Wlnton SKi.Mr and Mrs. II 1) Itos, Ms K.li?aheth boss, ,) S. Hos I.Mer cedes), Mr. and Mre. X. C Jameson, Mrs It. W. Jiiuiisnn, Mr and Mrs. ii A walker i Pierce-Arrow i . Mr und Mrs. S. Hauerty, Mr nnd Mr- II 1. Applelon (Peerle-i; l .....I 1' l..v,...ll M ....H Mr.1 11 ,ll .'II . .'in, - 1 1 ml, ..ll ...it, ...in. .1 c. Marshnll (Speedw'elb. Sirs. O. P. Mcr- Illllilll, .III". II. I, . iWIIIHil li ri'iii'-.i l.hi. (iKoiiiik. N i , liiu New ork touri-t arrivals at the Fort William Henry Motel to-dav lucludo i: Denuuott I.) on. Mi",l I'. Phillips. Mr nod Mrs John Mullen tPnpe-Hartfordi. Mr and Mrs It. I). Jen revs. Mr. nnd Mrs P. W SeulT. J. Mnloy (Nntloinll.C II Wruht, Mis A. . Vt right. Dorothy Sperry. IrKinia sperry. Mrs. John A ( linn li 111, Miss llo.M and lleori;e llnvl ll', i.-l.ii nil Mr nml Mra .1 II Itnv- and K. W Hoy (Stevetih-Dui ea OBITUARY. Hear. Lewis. Henry (1 l.nli, a bnuker. 30 earr. of age. illnl t his hnme. Hi! Itlverslde Drive, nn Saturday uftcrnonn. Mr Lewis was forted to liasten homi from Ihirnpe from a trip bijiiin July 31 nn account of an attack of pneumonia, lie nrrlcd here last Tueda. Ilo was treasurer of the Hudson TriiKt Coin pany. till Hroaitway. He was formerly ixhhlrr of ihe ConsolMateil National Hank and wan secretary anil director ef the Jones Chanae Iteclster Company and treasurer of tlm St. Pavld's Soilety. He Is rurvhed by his mother. Annie Jenkins Lewi, iwn rlslers, MarKuret and Florence, and two bruthtrs, llobert and Thomus. Dr. William .1. I'urker. lir William J. Parker of C9I Hcrirrn ne nui, Jersey City, died yesterday of tphobl fevir at Die home of his mother, Mrs. .Mary U. Parker, at Mi'S Hudson Hnulevard. I)r Parker was prominent as a military surceon In the National lluaril. He wits iilucuttil at the Helleuc Hospital Medical College nnd lir-Rim at on(o lo prai-ll.e In Jersey Clt. He was appointed First Lieutenant and alstant baltaliin aureeon. Fourth lleKl meat. N O. N. J., on May H, 1 Sl3. He wna promnted to Major and lU-Klinontal HurRenn In IS9S and In IHOI he hecania Lieutenant Colonel and stall surgeon of the First IlrlKAdn of New Jersey, on May 17, 191U, l)r Parker waa uppolnted surKenn on the staff of lii n. P, Farmer Wanser, com mander of llio National (iuard of New Jer sey. Iir. Farker was fit yeara old. His wife died two cars iiro. He Is survived by his mother and by Iwo sons. Winner Parker, IK years old, and Theodore Parker, 18 yeurt old. The Iter, II, II. Klllot. The Hev. Henry Hand Klllot, U. P., died In the home nf Ids son, the Hev. A. H. tilllot, at Port JelTerson, L. I., yesterday. Hn had been 111 shire Wednesday, AukusI 14, when he was stricken und made speechless while Hpeaklni; ut u prujir meeting service. Dr. lilllot was the oldest llvlne gruduute of the New Vork University. Ho was a mem ber of Ihe class ot 1840. He had been In tho ministry nearly seven years. Ho occupied pulpits In Presbyterian and Congregational churches tn New Jersey, Hrookln, Ohio, Connecticut and Chicago. Joshua Mamie, Hie Todd. Joshua .Mandevllle Todd died esierday In his eighty-eighth year at his houu-, 151 West Fifty-eighth street. He was born nt Water ford, N. V, nnd was graduated from Union College In Ihe class of ISIT. Later he studied law and became a partner of John K. Porter, who waa well known up State. Mr. Todd wna a I'i'moyrat anil was Inter ested In politics throughout his career. He practised ut ono limp In New ork and when he retired several yeurs ago mm id In Neiv Jersey. Liter he returned to New York Mrs. Todd riled eleven years bko Their children, all of whom are living, are Judson Scott Todd, Ceorge l. Todd, llobert II. Todd, Mrs. J. I), Walton. Mrs. William M Post, Mrs. tleorga T, WlUon and Mrs. Hlch urd Wgrlarty, . NEWPORT GLAD TO REST Hitlio at eiinnbnke flub for tho Tennis Players Only Event. A IT,V (JIVE LUNCHEONS Mis. .Morris Volck Gives n Jlirlli (Iny Vttrty at Herper's in Eve n in"-. NKWpor.T, It. I.. Aug. 25. This has been a real day of rest, und utter such u strenuous week It wan finite necessary. liven the mtirlchinn who have been ptnltig eery nlBht for dances were shut of a respite, nnd feme water sports planned ut H.illey's Ucncli had to bo Itlveu up owliiK to tho toimh ten. The chief entertainment of the day wan th bake at the Clambako Club for membcm of the National Lawn Tennis Association, who hope to end their Mslt hero with the tlnals of tho tournament to-morrow. Fortunately this was u mid day feast, and It cava till participants nn opportunity to reel for tho soiloiw wotk of to-ni'irrow. Luncheons were Kb en to-day by Mine. HakhtnctctT. nmoriK whoe KiloMs wets Mr. and Mts. Cornelius Vanderbllt also by Mrs W. (Jnadhy Iw and Henry Wallers, the tattler's taking placo on liuaid the Xarfula. Mrs. 0orp von I. . '. wife of the Secretary of the N. ihe Misses Meyer, who came for tent, s week, are leavltiK to-morrow for their country place In Hamilton. Mass. Mrs. Morris Volck ot New Vork Ravo a small dinner party to-nlvht at Merger's to celebrate her birthday. Thcro wete twenty-one candles on tho huso cake that ornamented the centre of the table. Mrs. Volck whs Miss limmellne Holmes. She Is a slsti r of Mrs. Gustavo Touclinrd. Jr. Mr and Mrs. Arthur L. Devens, Jt of Hoi!) m mo lsltlng Mr and Mrs. Ausurt llilniont st My-the-Ken. Mrs. Dcvcns was Miss Wcnonnh Wenmore, n dauchter of Mrs. James W. Markoe of New York, Lawrence Waterhtiry will leave this week for San Francisco In remain sev eral weeks. Mrs. William Capperton will give a dance at the naval trattitnir station on Prldny nlqht for her daughter, Miss Mar suerltc Capperton. W. Fraiieklyn Paris of New Vork ll vlstttm: Hlshop n.ulliiKlon the Cush man villa. Mt. and Mrs. .1. Hoidrn Harrlnmu, who came from Mount Klsen on Thur? day, are visiting Mt. and Mrs. Hethett Harrlnmu Mr nnd Mrs Cornelius Vanderbllt' ra a dinner to-nUht on their vucht, thn North Star. Other dinners were Klven by Mrs. Stu.we.sant Pisli, Mrs. Krench Van derbllt and Mrs. Mlchard T Wilson. MV. and Mrs Pish expect to leave for the Vlrslnla Hot Sprint early ne.t week, and nflerw.ird they will ko to their toun try place In Garrison, N Y. Mrs. John J. MaMin, whosp return from Bar Harbor was delayed several days, arrived to-uluht nt her villa, Wuhun. where some of her friends hud arranged a surprise party of welcome. Mrs. William Grosvenor will slvp a small danco to-morrow nlcht at the Clam bake Club for her daughter. Miss IlOJO I. Grosvenor. Miss (.nulla Ward McAllister has Just leased the Lteher villa in Tthodn Island avenue, wheie she will icmaln until tho llrst ot November. Mrs. P. Hurrall Hoffman, who has been passing the summer In Southampton, ll vlsltlns .Mrs J. J. Wysong. NAVY YARD CHEMIST DROWNED. Drool.lyn linn Loses l.lfc M'hrre (irnee llroun AVns Mnln. nto Moosk, N. Y.. Aug. 2.V- Near tho spot In Hlg Moose Lake where Oil lotto murdered Grace Hrown. A. Ken yon, raid to be n chemist of the Hrook lyn navy yard, vvns drowned to-day sav ing two children. Ills companions In n canoe were Madeline. 12. und Thomas, 10, children of Thomas H, Kbert, f-ecrctury of the Harlem Savings Hank, und Harry Grunt of New York. After a tramp In the woods they worn returning to Hlghy Camp ahead of tlie rest of llio party. A heavy sea capsized the canoe, throw ing the four In the water. The Grunt boy reached the innoe, but continually sllpied off. Krnyon placed the girl on the canoo und then sank. Grant was rescued with tlio children by I'ibert's father, Howard Dunscnmhe of Osslnlng. Harry Sanford and DcW'ltl House of New York. Kcnyon's body was recovered. He wus 31 years of nge nnd a graduate of Wesleyan Pnlverslty. He lived at -I2(i Sterling place, Brooklyn. MISS ALICE G. DREXEL SUED. YntittK Mini Injured In llto Accident AL S 1 0,(1(1(1. Newport, It. 1., Aug. "5.- .Miss Alice Gordon DreMd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John It. Dnwol. has been sued for nn accident which happened early In the mouth, when she was driving lior unto mobile. George Krorcliny, son of n. well to do candy merchant, who was Injured In the accident. Is bringing tho suit, which is for $10,000. Kioschny was standing on the. run ntng board of tlio Urexel machine, which SIl.ss Hrexel was driving. Tlie machine was driven Into n market rte- livery wagon, and wrecked. Miss Drexel escaped uninjured. DIED. I.WVnn.NCK. On August S5, suddenly. Loll Swan, wlfn of Diehard taurrnrr. Services al 21) West oth st . on Tuesday, AuguM 1'7. ut 1 P. M. Interment at (Iroton, Mass., Wednesday, Augut i, at 130 P XI, LI-AVIS.- OnSaturday. Aiurust?!, tni3,at his re,. ilcnrc, ll Illvcrsldc Drive, Henry Uoronwy Inl, son of Ann Jenkins Lewis and Ihe late, llobert Iws, Notice of funeral hereafter. Ptlca papers pleaa copy. I'AHKKH. Jintered Into rcit, on Sunday. August '5, 1M2, at Jersey City. N. J., William J. Parker, M. I)., son of Msry V.. and the lata Theodora S. Parker. Notice of funeral hcrevtter. I'UHDV. -On August 31, 1UIJ, Clarence II. Purdy, beloved son of Irene ll., In Ihe 3(lih year of Ids age, at Ids residence, M0 West iWtli at. Funeral Mondak , 2 P. ll. STKLN'IIAUHIilt. At Hood liber. Ore., August 11. suddenly, Mary C. .Stelnhiluser, widow of Henry W. Strlnhliu.er. PuneraHervlccsMouday.AiigustJs.at ;il'.M ,al the (lerman r.vangelical Lutheran Church, fichormcrliorn and Court sts., llrooklyn, TIIOHLKV - At Amagansctt, I.. I , on Sunday, August J", IUI3. In the l.Mli car of her age, riorcnco I'nullnc Clowe!,, youngest ihlld of tho tr v F. Clowe, and 1'lorenrc Thorley Funeral at St I'ldllp's Church In Ihe Highland, (iarrlsou. N V . on Ihe arrival of the train leaving (fraud Ccnlral SMllon l Ilia A M, Wcdnoday TOKII. on Sunday. AuguM 31, at his rrddenrc, 137 West Mill st , Jii-luu Manilcllllo Todd. In Ihussih ear of Ids age. Funeral prlvair. UNIlKltTAKr.lt.. FRANK E. CAMPBELL Auto Service. 341 west zia. uatad uctocrc Ai.soiiniiaii; ITIVIWIl iis.r.nis.i Hill l l.iir. I ,1 1