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ALL EUROPE IS TURKEY
IfllNGJAYS VECSEY l'infrni' Wont Abroad to Es cape mill Found Every linily Doing I(. i;r Ml SIC TN NEW YORK r llnvn It Brcniiso Wo Pc imititl II mid Got It Hcrr litis New Tunes. v. (i I terey, t lio chef d'orchestre at ,i i. i irl'nn, who went to Lurope In itiierto look lor some new tunes i ret ' from the turkey trot which h , l id I" sandwich In anion Strauss nd f' i i"l "nil Pellhes anil tlio elastics eM and mdern. letnrncd yesterdiy He tenoned thn li" had got his tunes, hut t o'ild n"' getaway fromthe turkey trot ie the teamer I exported It," said Herr if r itiili s pltrli. "but as trie bout ap t , h'l Incland uiv spirits rose. Ihete I f!t I should tint hear tlio strains of the a 1 called music Hut In l-oiiilon when I il tfl orchestra of tlin .Savoy, of which t .11 formerly in chars, broke Into the r rms of 'Kvorybody's Uolns It.' In I'srl 1 found the turkey trot, th crlrly lur. the leins Tommy and all th rent t rs pli ved and danced. I went to Vienna in ecape tli orchestras had Mopped tisiinc l"h neautlfiil Blue Danube Hnd te Ming away on the new Importations from smerlrs I thought I would escape in tsrlbad or Mnrlenhad or Kltslngen, l it In uen did I And n cure. Along th ttt Wles all the way from Pupp's Hotel 1 th priull spring and beyond, up th M'l to the ssvnv West Lnd Hotel the vlomi ..8 In h restaurants and cafes were saw , t eff meopated time T n FtIIii 1 found th turkey trot, th ri'-h bear anil the Taias Tonimv all the rts 1 wen' oiio night to th Ice Palace n r) found some American dolns th new fngld dames and the Herman trtns to tTiltai ti,..ii l heard 'Alexander s Has i me Hind Iin2 .stlnir w Ith German words .Set an orchestra that I heard nrer there .mjld pla a turkey trot with the tempera nn' of n American orchestra In most ,r th re-tauratits and music halls In F.n- mpe inev non- n no American paiq per t-.rme' to dance ' 1 should like to eav that mr trio to F.n inpc continued an Impression that ha Ioiit I n growing in mv mird. that the music here is far superior to what It Is In Kuropc, I mean hr that that a higher standard Is Ornnnded In opeis anil In concert than is tei'ilrrd over there There la no public snvwnere in in worm mar. is so criilcal ren it conies 10 music as tne .vw lorK r' hi e It demnnds Hiid cets the hest. While In Vienna I sHw the new onerA 'li'ir Kuhrelgen.' by Klnnsl. which Is to he en-en at in Metropolitan next winter. It a iremenuoua success. ilh nd t ffinriH .. Ia f - .. eh iii the turkey trot so prevalent i' ("etned n wonder that unvhodr coiilil ' H. i) and dnro to turn out something n ii mn.ic I also dlscovored that (.r .v oi mutual instruments seem to e .hn.it o tier cent cheaper here In New k "tin over mere V. OMAN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH. Trni litlier Occnpnnts of Mnchln In. lorrri n( Hyc Ilcach. ! l.illio IiCtto. a milliner of Chah ' it v a . was killed and Mia Kuth Doll cg .f ir.3 Kort Washington acnue, Man i i.m, and Ralph McAuloy, a clerk of ' Broadway, wore badly hurt when ' .-iiitoinotiile In which they were ridinc ..i-lied Into a fonco on Oakland rtrcct, !. and turned or early yesterday tllvrnillR. xli-s Ietto and Mlsa Dolling were in- i! 1 to go for an auto ride by McAuley, ho hired a limousine nt a Webt Forty uuril street garage and William Meegan wgs sent along by the garage keeper to ;n it After dining at Port Chester the party narted for Bye Beach. The machine, vaa making fast time when the chauffeur tned to make the sharp turn at the corner of Rye Park. The'oilod road offered no crip for tho wheels add in a second the machine was overturned In the ditch. Mecgan, the chauffeur, who escaped with a few bruises, got help. Mlbs ldte nnd Miss Dolling were unconscious under the car and MoAuley conscious, but ap parently badly hurt. All three woin taken to th United Hospital at Port Chester, where Mies lotto, whose skull had been fractured, died on the operating table. MJm Dolling was taken home after treat ment. She had a dislocated shoulder, l8idei many outs and bruises. MoAuley was also taken home. He has a wrenched back and severe cuts and bruises. Meeean, th chauffeur . was arraigned in the Rye police court and at the request -f Coroner Livingston held for further examination. , . TRAIN RAMS TRUCK; KILLS ONE. Tn lojared Wkca Telephone Co. Aata la Carried 100 Feet. A train on the Putnam division ot tb New York Central which crashed lit a motor repair truck of the New Vork Telephone Company at the iaimtr Crossing, near Tonkers, yea erday killed William Barton, a fore man, Injured James Covney, a chauf 'jr. to that he was taken to Ht. tha's Klvemlde Hospital, and bruised ';cph People, a laborer. The truck was carried 100 feet before the train has stopped. Itarton was S2 years old and lived In B'.tecker street. Mount Vernon. Cov neya bom Is at 824 Jackson avenue, Th. Bronx. BURNED WHEN AUTO OVERTURNS Ncnark Man One of Five Injnre In Itonnrrar Dowi Hill. Si i.Mir, N. J Aug, 28. An automobile ""rurnd on Cataract Hill here last "if!i and five persons were more or less lair' l'rm It I Krementi, a Newark jewel Jor, ' 'it ai.d driver, was burned by gaso 'm wfnch spilled over him and caught " Hi. waH also bruised and for a tiino t ' rii-f.nscioun, Mrs. Krementj;, who I n an invalid for some tlmo, was i-r v ilu-ckixl. Mrs. II, V. Bernhardt "I Newark, Imr nleco, Miss Marion Bern "Jfdt .f Union Hill and Mrs. J. V. OirUti Newark, their guests, were imprisoned undfrtliHcar. ITio cur was ollmblng the hill and be 'mn Mailed. Before Krementas was "l to apply the brake it began going l ck at d and landed In the ditch. AUTO MAKES FATAL PLUNGE. '"ntral Agent of Cadillac Company Killed In Colorado. (ot,onAtin firrti.N-u. Aus, 2S.-W. H. 'inisll general iisent for the Cadlllao uto i omiMiiy at Ht. I.ouls, waa killed and ii iim'i . n wealthy real eatate dealer, i'i of St i.ouls, was dangerously, If nut. Wbillr In ured nt i o'clock thto mornlne JffJ? 1 tonrtne car In which they ware "fmng imp, licn er to Colorado Uprlncs iiuiiterti.Hi a tfti v foot emliankmoiit two wil nr.,11, r , ,tVi ,( in,0rt on the ''"HI i oitoin ot Miuiument Creek. Ilagnell HI li mm. tl0 machine, under which ho ."Pinrimi fir sninralhuiirH. 'I he accident roVd lu l"ln1l' unfanitllailty with the SUFFRAGE ADVOCATES TO WED. Aaalatnnt District Attorney' tB Kartrnipnt Follorra Vote IMr. AsMhtant District Attorney Herbert K. Jarbnso In Hrooklyn Is to mniry on hoptoiniier 2J Miss Bortha Bradley of Oaklnnd, C'nl,, daughUsr of tho Rov. Cor Jwllu, ii. DriKlloy. prnfefor cmcntu of tho University of Cnlifornla, nnd tho ceremony will tnko plaoo at tho home of lr. Harold Bradley, tho jirospectlvo urido'H brother, at. Wood Hole, Mass. Tho nnirnirntnriit f 1- , j Mies Bradley quickly followod their In troduction to each other on July 4 tei. aior .Mr. Warbasse had made a tMtr tltill ndilro.. 1., .,l,lU L. i . ,,, niuuii IIP IttlUllKiy advocated woman HliffraRo. Misa Brad- "y had long Iwm nn ardent HiifTraRist antl at ono tlmo stumped th Ktato of California for the caiiso with her brother. rsno i a iriaduut or tho University of Mictllciltl fl.lrl Una I .. ...... J . ....... ,,tii mhi.. ui social settlement work. The Brooklyn suffra- .,,, rMcuu a wrm woiconw to hftr Wllnt. . 1 1 . n A . . I . 1 .1. . .. ..... ,,. r.:nnti iinwn inon Hitor tne wedding ttlp. CANADIAN PACIFIC'S DEFENCE. Lark of Local Truffle lanan rrclaht Hate Inequalities. Ottawa. Aiic ?i An mitiin. . i.. of the Canadian Paclfio's defence in the Western rate case coming before the Railroad Commission In Octolior shows that the company will sock to justify tlie apparent Inequalities or discriminatory rates shown In the prima facie cae made ny me vtestom complainants and will Hssert that there are sound reasons of a geographical and economlo character over which the Canadian TacHIo has no control. Chief among these will be th lack of local tni fiio hi tho 1,000 miles stretch north of lake Siijierlor and the cost of operation Ihsre. alleged to li ir per cent, grenter thnn in the Knst Th Cn nnHltl illltv nn hoft coal nnd steol rails and can and th long Haul to th head of the lakes as compared with the tdiorter haul of Amer ican roads to Duliith in also urgeil us a justification for tho discrimlnatorv ratei., the Cnnadiau I'aclfio clmrging "for it much longer haul of grain to the bead of the lakes the same rates as the American road charge for their shortur haul. It is bIkj pointed out to-dav that the Ca nadian Pacilic. owing to the inability or Canadian car manufacturers to meet its car requirements, hns ordered ln.orm cars from the United States on which in will haw to pay M.nm.ono duty. Tho other roads, it is understood, will adoit the same general line of defence. PIERCING EARS KILLS GIRL. tVound Were Infected Dn'rlna; Vn catlon Blood Poisoning Followed. Philadelphia, Aug. 2R. -Ten-year-old Anna Bainbridg-j of 1309 Sjoutlu Jlole street is dead from blood poinonlng caused by the piercing of herears for car-ring.- which eho received lust week on her birthday. IWoro the puncture wound haled she went on a vacation trip to the homo of an aunt in Hunt hem .Icivey It is Ix lieed lir ears were infected bv a ioi tonoiiM siibntaniv) as she played in the woous. win girl was iirntigm Home iiutl medical skill nroed unavai inc. She was the daughter of Klmer Bainbridgo, for merly lAjpuiy uoroner. "TAINTED" NEWS ALLEGED. Roller rialr IMrin Jlay Itf Trnhed by Federal OfTlclata. V.'siltNHTOv, Aug ; -In order to ile. termlne whether or not thousands of Ameri can farmers Imvo been lod Into giving up their homes and going to Canada, where they expected to find ii "land of milk nnd honey" through "tainted ' news despatches provided by "boiler plate" presi associa tion to tho aniHll country dally and weekly newspHpers. officials of the Department of Justice are widening the original scope of their investigations into the plate nenii trusts. It is possible that thl Investigation may Include the il of the small papers, which it la estimated are reatl by nearly on.ooo.ooo persons, by tho big political parties in color ing news despatches in what purports to be actual htateiiiouta of fact Several of the holler plat associations have contracted with the big ctimurflgn com mittees to supply news articles. The price tutting war between the West ern Newspaper Union and the American Press Association, both of which firms re cently figured In n dissolution suit, Ini reached such an acute ttage that tho De partment of Justice Is considering the ad visability of Instituting proceedings and bringing the news trust Into court again. The American Press Association to-day held a conference with officials of the De partment of Justice to present evident which. It is said, will tend to show that the decree preventing unfair tactics is being violated, nnd that one or mora of the de fendants should be punished for contempt of court. Official have heard that a syndicate ac cepted IJOO.OOO to print qh news certain ad vertising matter noldlmr out the advan tages of Canada as a residence for American farmers. Speaker and Mrs. Clnrk Go to Bar Harbor. Washjvoton, Aug. - Speaker Clark, accompanied by Mrs. Clark and their daugh ter. Miss (ienovlevn Clark, left Washington to-day for Bar Harbor, where they will spend a few days us the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont. They will ruturn to Washington on Monday. Mrs. Clark and Miss Clark will then go to their home In Howling (Irecn.'Mo.. to spend the fall. The Speaker will begin the campaign for Wllsod and Marshall la Kontucky next mouth, Playa and Players. tvilllam Morris will present next month "Tho Ullndnns of Virtue," a four act piny by Cosmo Hamilton. Tho pty will come here directly from tho Utile Theatre, Lon don. "The IJllndneai of Virtue" la an Indict ment o( the modern faahlon of bringing up children In Ignorance of the meaning of cer tain Impulses which enter aertouily Into their Uvea. Ths name of Arthur Bchnltiler's comedy which ta to open the season at Wlnthrop Amei'a Little Theatre early In October, hith erto announced as "Anatol," hu been changed to "The 'Affaire' of Anatol." Hach cplaode, detailing one of Anatol'a love af rulra, la complete In Iteelf, a different girl being tho object of Anatol'a rfrcllon In each acene, The specially organlied Kngllrh company under the direction of Granville Uarker which will present "Fanny's First Tiny" at tha Comedy Theatre on September 1 will be aa followa: Tim Ityley, C. II, Crokrr King, Kllatibeth Klniaford, Maurice Klvey, Lionel l'apc, Sydney I'axton. Kate Carlyon, Walter Crelghton, Eva Leonard Iloyne, Mar Uarton. Arnold Lucy, Ulailya- Harvey, Her- brry Oanaey, Quentln Tod and I'hlllppa I'reatcn. , The New Tork Woman Suffrage Afsnila tlon haa selected the nfternoon and night of (September 14 as Ita night at Hamtnerateln's Victoria Theatre. Hetween tne vaimeMiie acta Mrs. Marie Jenny Howe will give her nrlgtnal anll-euffragn monologue. Hhe will be answered bv Mr, Arthur r. i.ivermore, K.irh speaker hn ten minutes. Tne audi I ence will give a derlelon on polnta. Maiirlc Maeterlinck's play "The niue. bird" will go on mur again this season I under 'he msnagtment of tho Hhulii-rts. The company lll open Ita sson In Syracuse on I Heptember I and will go to the Pacini: coatt land back. THE SUN, The CARVAJAL ESTATE $1,105,941. Properly of Marquis of Plnar tlel llln Is lllatrltinterf. The I.awcrs llilo Insurance nnd Trut Comptnv tiled ,i final at'ioiintlng in the .Surnig.itn nftlie as trustee under the i iM ; of l.eiiHido Cirv.-iJ.il y ulduu, the Mal um of f'lnar lel itio The Marquis was on of the .-ader of the Spanish p.irt in Cuba before th In surrection and owned va3t Migar properties. After the Spanish-smerican war he sold his proper! v and came to New ork, whie lie invested ins limns in ralimaii sei-untie. He tiled on Mrfrch . infj. ami his widow tiled i niiitilli l.i tr I'licy left two sons, Marco mid Manuel, and ono daughter, Cutullnit. i ii" 1 1 1 'Tune niiiiM.ii; ... M.I'.V''.o whih ll.Ul'.IM' wa-1 III r.iilriMil Hi" report shows his estate ninoiinled to , daughter renoiince.1 her rhare of the oute a few. days after the dc.i' i of her mother. and tho sons have received 1.1u,Tji SIGNATURE UPSETS WILL. ... . p, .,,,. . , Ml. Clara n. Harris Slanetl .t l.nd of l-'lrat Poar Only. Cll., fa-ler refuse.! iir..l,nl t,X ,n h. ,H lot K I n who dial? on Januan-'S let dng e" late who diet on January .J, iea mg lier esiaie to friends. She wrote her will In Long Island, but hr signatiiro and thoe of tho witnesses were placed at the bottom of the first luzc. on which thero wore ouly a few minor be tiuests. She matin the larirer betiuests on another sheet nnd pinned It to tho one which she hntl slimed. 'I he Surrogate decided the will did not meet the ivtiulretneiiM Hut the slscnature of the testator and witnesses must lie at tne enu oi ino win. Miss Harm execuiea tito iiootinieiii iw days before her death and named as bene ficiaries persons who tared tor ner during her Illness. LEFT $137,738 WON BY THRIFT, I.onaT Island Botcher Died Intestate an Ilia First Vacation. Tk. ,i,i r ,1,. ..taia nf th lain The appraisal of the estate of the late David Metzger, a hiit-lnesa man of lxmg Island City, filed with the tax appraiser, places Its value at $137,73(1. About twenty years ago Metzgcr opened a meat market at 105 Vernon avenue and remained thr until a year ago. He stuck clo-ely to hi business, purchased the stole Imilditie with his profits and then began to lend on bond and mortgage. He had ac- Miiiit. Im thrA kiivitiirH liunlrs. He died Intestate while on a trip abroad on his first vacation. His wife. Mrs. I.U.ln Metzucr, wno lias neen .ippointeti atimims tratrix. and her sons, Maurice nnd Leon, will share the estate. C. C. N. Y. Frofeaaor'a ICatate. Solomon Woolf, a professor at th College of the City of New York, who died on May 7, ion. left an estate valued at l33,4.V!tn the transfer tax appraisal filed yesterday. Th estate consisted entirely of mortgages and the bulk of It went to the widow, Jim, Hachel Woolf. James M. Potter Left 377,002, The appraisal of the estate of James M. Totter, president of the Potter Shoe Com pany, who died In 1007, shows that he left property valued at $)77,89:'. The entire estate went to his widow, Mrs, Frank C. Potter. DIX AT STATEN ISLAND FAIR. ri reeled by Oiie Tbousnud Persona, Half of Th era School Children. Gov. Dpi yesterday opened the eighth annual fair of the Itlchmond County Agricul tural Society at Dongan Hills shortly after noon, lie was greeted by nhout a thousand persons when he reached the fair ground. About half the number were school children of the borough, who waved flags and cheered as hn took his place upon the stand. John 1-4. Mhinlhan, president of the so ciety, introdilced the Governor, who made a brief address. , , The Governor bpent about half an hour at tho fnlr anil with his hecretury and Dr. O't'onnell started for Mlddletown. Tho fair will continue every day until nfter Labor Day. There will be airship compel It Ions, races and all the features that make up a county fnlr. Four Honrs silent Service From noon until t o'clock this afternoon, while the funeral services of Gen. Hoolh will ho held In London, tho machinery of the Salvation Army ban been ordorod at n standstill, and every branrh nf tho organiza tion throughout this touptri' and Canada will ntl'er Its liiuto reverence to the detained chief. At the various poets and missions a brief benediction will bo said, Memorial sorvlces will be conducted throughout the United blutee bunday afternoon.. THURSDAY, AUGUST Real Man Higher Up The THE TOURISTS. prr Vnrkrrs Who Are TrvlnR (he Country Itonda by Ante. Wwr.nitt'ni . Conn . Aug vs rrir,ils liy ii'itoinoliiics ;,t the Hotel Bltnn from oi York- Mr anil -Mr John W Ileitis, Mia nnd Mr llrlns (t'halmere): Mr. nnd Mr Henry lloettjer. Mr. Knishliii, Master Unishlln. cn toute to 1enox, Mass. iPiickard). Ml ami Mrs John Mllson, returning from Ideal tour il'opc-llartfonl), Mrs. J. A. Mner, Miss Van Al-htrom, en rout to Moc (.bridge, Mass. (.steams); Mr. antl Mrs. J Hoblm-on Huff, Mrs. Shep. uird Knapp, Mrs. L It. llocron. Ideal I tour (liovoinobllel Mn l.indull, Mrs llorthul. K. N Kimlall. Cecil 1)., I-andall, l.i,,., i i.llr .inr.L.rHi. i,.i,n .7'""' T. . . , , 1 , . 'i . , (Meiter) . ,KS-,,v. Mnss . Auc. 1 New ork motor , . .. .. . 7 ..... arrivals at th Hotel Aspinwall to-day nie- i , , i ine iie isicnain loiKicn. ..i. i i.yii'ii,.N,v Vork. bv tU Itcv. Herbert Shlpman tirtti.nnii. .juuge i.rnesi nan, .misj nnu i "chain, . .s iti -"i-s -Aiiiio .eiu, .uiss I lorcnto 1 errls, S. I.lmore liiirton, Mr. and n.in.n ,, Wlard nimmasl. Mrs. William Porter, Mrs. F. H. Wli;i:(n. Miss .. ., .. '.C. '. ... ' . 1 MWlie lirOKIl UCeriCnS . .'IIS I lieiHIIire ' ""I''. Mls Knlll. '.. 11. Droason I Pierce). Mr-i,n" ,-""ni'r1 iSleveus); , Hcnrv W Itoelli-er .Mrs J,1 r "" ' ,..r!'- 's."r .. ' s..6' r.'. ' 1 1 V .. -TV." .1 ." ,:" .. ': : A. , A Liu.ililln, Master Joe Droning fl'ack nrdc Mr. and Mrs. Huntington Norton, Mrs. F. L. Norton tPati.aril). Mr. wntl Mrs. .1 II. Audreys nnd daimhter, Mr. antl Mrs. J. 11. Dowh (Chalmers). John 11. Sheeh.in, Mls JoM'phinti Sheelian, Dr. J. P. Slieun, , Mrs. Harry Itrnnt (Pierce): Mrs. William it. mown, .ins i lorence ciurie, .Mrs. it. ! M.mley. Miss M. M. Iranian (Pierce) l.tKK (Iwinr.l- V V Aim "s Vow Vork tourists arrlvlui: at the Fort William Henry ' J. and Frederick C Inman. Mr. and Joseph t.ilmour. Hotel to-day were: Mrs. J M. Fowler, ' Mrs. Holmes will reside at IIS Kast I l uTlnVILLU. la . Aua. : loieph Oil Helen S Parsons, J. Hon land Hrown, , Fifty-fourth street, New York. mour of Port Carbon, one of the pioneer Thomas M. Doyle (Mercetles), Mrs. Lnil- , I foundrymen of the anthracite region, died rence lietids.. Mrs. Samuel Hopkins, Mr nnd I aimer Bnrronsh. j to-day. aged TJ years. He r.j a native of Mrs Fdwnrtl llinmali (Peerless), Allred II ' MIns Graca 13, RurroitBlis of Swner-1 Kllmirnock. Scotland, snd as a .on of Maclay. Mr and Mrs. William MncMullln, ville. Mass.. and Louis Hooker Palmer of "llm""r' "'1'"-'r ""Vh'i "' 't I Mr and Mrs. M. P ( loughs. .loeih It Mpiirni Willnm White i Packard., Mr and Mrs. imviii layiur, nr. ami .urs. Mr. antl Mrs. s. I rs"l?eeorie kSh er ' irs. i.eori,eK. Miner. V ounce, .Mr. and .Mrs. t.t-i S. I; We-ell, Mr and Mrs ,'i i ......... . M'W 1-ONIlON, l Olin., Atlg. :.-.MIIIl parties nrrlvini: at the Griswold Inclutle From New ork, Coinmander and Mrs. 1 Walter K. Seats (Cadlllae). Jofeph Hi iribtious. F. H. Whitmoro and l)r A. C Irxiner tllenaiilt), Mr. antl Mrs. I!. P Clut- lertlen. Mr. II C llcssenlmrth mid .lr nnd Mrs. I). I.. llreniiii: iMItcholll . .Sidney W Wallace (Pnckaitb Mrs, John M Steele ...wl 111.. V...... M,. II, 1. 1 .l!l tr.l... . Mr and Mrs, James K. Ilio.idhead and Mrs. j Hiu;h ,Ne'lus (Pierce), Mr. and Mm. H. S. DafliiRtou (Simplex). Mr. and Mr. Horace Hand il'iicknrd), Mrs. A. II. Graham ami Miss Mni-Riiict Murphy (Stevensi. C. II. Clinton, Mis. Andrew C Johnson. Miss Flo anil George ShoerltPreinlerl : II. II. Warner and Philip Itiisbtin (Popc-llartfortli . Mrs, Frank Ii. Mendes, Mrs. George A. Mendes, Frank F. Mendes. Jr., mid llalph II, Porsliair ll nckanil . I . .lercr-'"! eiviioiu iiatiuiaci Mr .nml-i !r.?.' MV1,l.l!!.l,"i-.'.r,i!'hel"s u"d -Ml8h ; r- llllKi 11..N MtltllJS, II., .-Xllg. -.S, -.-.l-W Yorkms mnom: to-day's auto arrivals at the Mount Washington were Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1 sciiMariz, Mr anil Mrs. u. virtue ninn, D. S. WMilteiuan (I'acknrd). Mr. and .illt it. It. nillllll, -nr. nnu .uis, nullum Hitter, Miss Jane L. Ilornell (Packard); Mr anil Mrs. I. P. Clatip, Miss Kiial.ctli M'VimHey 1)Ainn Si? and Mrs. M. II. L. I.viins (I'lerco-Arrowl ; '.. ;.. White, ( harles D. While. A. Allen Whlto (Peerless. Mr. and Mrs. George fturySar'M m'Ti '(Too-.m M-' miin, Dr L. Dlren.in and Ml- Gooilnian l Locomobile); Mrs. L, II. Smith, Miss Mary G. .Smith (Pnckiirdl, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. If. P n.in V liawreulle 'Sfilt toi i t.'ii.., i i.' u li...,. ti- i.P...i Miss Helen Pratt antl Cliurles Pratt of llrooklyn (Morcetlea); Sir. and Mrs. 11. U. Huberts (Autocarl. ... At tho Mount l'lensant1 Mr. antl Mrs. .1 11. Nichols, Miss Nichols, W. II. Nichols (Stcvens-Duryea); Dr. nnd Mrs. (). . Jack son (Franklin); Mr. nnd Mrs, A. II. Williams and children (Packard); Mr. ami Mra. M. iiiiitri..it.i.ii. ...in. i . ... .(..,.. i ,.i..i nr (Cudihiiiil. Mr and Sirs. W. II. Ilvren. Wilcox, it. ii. wiicox. miss Manna vtii- i i.u i II vren Mluu F I, lilce Mr iiiin Mis C.1 1 iilceMr ,md Mrs.' W . . I, III-..-. ..... ,. , . ...(... . Mr. ami Mrs. ('. D. Manning (Loier anil Pierce-Arrow ): .loim Miilrhenu, .lira. A. Mu rhend, Drake Muirheud (ChuliiieiH), NKWCAHTi.b, N. II., Aug, as.-New ork aultiintiblllsts registering at the Hotel Wont worth In-day were Mr. find Mrs. W. De forest Wright, Mrs, t'ogifeshall (Irfi.ler). Mr ulitl Mrs. F J. Louan (IVerless) . Mr. and Mrs. William M Slmckford lOldnnobllH) l'ro rales and Mrs. Uro' rales 5y. and Mrs. Dyer, Miss I. W Kemble (PacUaid); I. G Cannon and Mr find Mis. W II. Van derhertc (Picrci'-Arrow r Mr. iintl Mis, .1. Nnlhan, L, A Nuthau (Pncknrill. li. (I. Irvine, F. I). Sola Meudea (Lticomol.llei; Dr. II. D. Daldson, Miss Rachel Clark, W. S. Sullivan (Pullman), J'Fl itsi'ii l.i. Mass, uir. 2i New ork tourists reuMerliic nt the TniiriiiT Club's bureau In thu Hotel Wendell to-diiy were Mr ami Mrs, Ldward Kehlriner, Mlsa litllth Henderson (Caillllac) , Mr, and Mrs. W Unowden Smith, W Jerome Smith (Sim- 29, 1912. Owner, plel. Miss Marion Powell, Miss flrnte Contll', W F l.aitetis, Mrs. A W Powell, Mrs It. I'eiifield, t Fierce- rron I: Mrs. M11 lain l'oiler. Mi. Ftederlck Xiggln, Miss liinllie Hrown I lludftonl. MiM IliitlH!, Vt., Aug. Arrivals by auttiinotille lo-dav nl the Kuuuiok House fioiu New York were Mr. and Mr. Fmnntiel, W cruMford and Mrs. Mitchell tl.nrfnrdl. H I . tsplnk. Mrs F I Mnllenhiiiirtth.il iimrHi. Mr. and Mis. Hi hrenkei-eii, Mies Hilda P riclirenkcifcn. Itiiyiuond Schreu kclseii il'oiiei, Mr antl Mt. P i . Hetlcier Mies I.. II Iletterer (Itoyali Henrv W. Harden with Koheri llnytleii of Washington and l. Itrerton of Ijiko (leorge istudilnrdl Mr and Mrs W. F. Ivea (Pope' WEDDINGS. If olmrs Smith. Porotbv F. Smith, dauzhtet- of Mr. and i"rniiiv r . rmim. nnusnirr oi .iir. antl Mrs. Gcoipe Campbell Smith of Nes' ' ' '"," ''' ",,a "'""-" ,Hl . ... . .." .. ' '. .'J 'I i ... ' .ii.'inu3 iiiiinics, .ii , Min oi .Mic- Ilms (, 0nio. of 153 Mntlleon uvt mic. nn I ni til'-.- ;i lt;,i I il 1 J I C (1 1 1 II ,1 Illlf', o: New York. The cciemony was per - ccicmonv was iter - lormea ni o ciocx. i ne im-rnr or t house was converted Into boc- if white ro-cs. ., of the vallcs ,nd palli. I The bride's sown w.is of white satin I n 1.1. .... nnnll..n n, -. .l. I " 1 ' ' "iT.eiui- ... iua.- ..iiih imrc, me ! "f Wfh was trimmed with pearls. rose point lace ve and tar- r"',, Jacqmmlnot roses nnd illl-s ..f the' valley. Tho bridesmaids were tne Misses I ! I-llla. Gilbert. Klli-e I.adew. Maude Aid - rich and Mercedes dn Zaldo and Anne ' taxlcab at hltrhty-slxth street and Drnad Smlth was flower xlrl. They wore yellow wav last oveninc and tlietl nt the J. lbotl crepe tie chine, wlttl mauve belts and ' Wrielit Hospital two hours later. The boy hife hats of mauve tulle, with j cllow I stepped off a nprthboiitid ear in front . of roses Ml.s IIIIili ir..ln,.. the .M honor, wore a (town of mauve, with a yellow belt nnd a larse tullo hat, .1. D. Crlnimlns, Jr., was best man, nnd the ushers were K. S, Iteynal. Harvey ' Ladcw. A. I). Tnnnnn. Gtmce ('. Koillh ' . this city the preset were married yesnrduv In rtrcsence of the Inntinllrile fnt.illleti nnd a few Intimate friends ut the lirld-' ),n,ne- Th,! n'v- 0lu" -S- "''d' the Ul.,. Albert u ralker oxidated. " fin... .... in etn i.u-iauil Mr. and Mrs. I'Hlmer will llc In New Vork. . Tlie bride is a graduate of Kndcllffe LMI- Ickc. Her husband attended Williams, Is a number of tho Knuliuers Club and la superintendent of transportation of tin New Vork Hallways Computi). Olyphnut OI pliant. ! -ri, v.eddlne of Miss Alurle Viele file. I u. m, "r Mr v n- t. . I'h.int, iliumhttr of Mr. nnd Mrs. Talbot Olyphnut, to Itobert Olyphnut took place yesterday at noon. They were married by the Hov. Charles Wright Clash In Grace Church chantry In the presence of members nf their Immediate families. After nu In formal lirenUfnst nt. lletinnnli-ti'tt Mr .ml lr. Olyphnut left for n trip in Canada. ill n.v-i I'HIIII nivj lll 'V t IIIC tJVlH, Til West Fifty-fifth street, for the winter. Hot hscblld Lonalul, Miss Fssln I-onulnl of San Antonio. Tex.. . was married to Marcus Hothsclilld of this I IZuu' "mi"' a V,n Joseph Silverman ofllclatlng. Miss Anita I Wolff was tho maid of honor nnd the only nttenilnnt. 1. M. Meyers waa tho boat man. ' SViT1?."' Jh'! FA?1" I M. Lttliuger and Walter Longlnl, After tho ceremony thore wuoa reception. Mr. and Mrs. ltotlischlld will sail for Furopo their wedding tour to-day on tho Kalserin i Alienist e A ictorln. - -- --- FOR CURE OF HUNCHBACK. Uone Transplantation Nncoreefol In thr Case of Five Children. Five children who were the first to un uergu too new t.irai iuii ui none irana. for the cure of tuborcilhmls of dergo the now operation of bono trans. tlie spine, commonly known as hunchback are rendy to be discharged from Sea Breeze Hospital at Coney Island, which Is run by tho New York Association for Improving tho Condition of the Poor, They will leaxe the Institution as soon as the warm weather is over Tho first operation of this kind ever performed was at Sen llroee Hospital in -nine, iuii. isiuce inui. nine sevenicen enu ttreti havo been trusted liv this methoil Kaeh little patient Is kept In bed from five ttrslx weeks after ihe opetallon. During this time the live piece of bone heals into thn spine antl forms a strong, bony bridge. In this way It I believed that a reiurrence of the deformity will nut be po-wlJil. Hone triilii'plaiilatinn has nitrified the nl tout In n of physicians throughout tho I'nilcil Status. Ilecnlillv the Johns Hon. kins Hospital decided louse this new method oi treating t'oiia uijat TO POPULARIZE FRENCH ART. American Trnatee of French Iaitl tote. Will Open Library Here. MoDougall Hawkes, chairman of the American board of trustees of the French Institute In the United Htates, an educa tional institution founded to popularize In this country correct knowledge of the art of France, haa rented quarters In a build ing at Madison avenue and Forty-seventh street, now nearlng completion, for a i rench j nn tiurary huh Trailing room w uw caiau llshed by the Institute. Resides the reading room, library and offices there will be a gallery SOxJJS feet In which small loan exhibitions and lectures can be given. On of tho features of th library will b an Important srranbook collection now being formed on the lln of the famous Jules Maclet seranbook collec tion of the library of the Paris Museum of Oecoratlte Arts. The American board of trustees of th Instltue includes In Ita membership Bdwatil Tuck, philanthropist and art collector; Thomas Hughes Kellv, Otto H. Kahn, director of the Metropolitan Opera House: J, II. Freclander, president of the French Architectural (Society or Beaux Arts Stu dents, and Thomas ItaMlngs, architect of th New York Public Library. Th Institute held It first loan exhibition at the National Academy building In West Plfty-seventh street last April. It Included collection of rare prints of monuments of Paris from the seventeenth cnlury to th close of thefsecond Empire, which were nt here from the Government library at Parts. THAW MEMORIAL TELESCOPE. Prof, rickrrlnar and a Delegation of Astronomers Help Dedicate It. PirrsBUfia, Aug. 28. Headed by Dr. Edward Charles Pickering of Harvard Observatory, some two ecor members of the Astronomical and Astro-Physical Society of America to-day helped dedi cate the Thaw memorial telescope, erected as a memorial to William Thaw and his son, William Thaw, Jr. Although Allegheny Observatory has been In existence for ten years, It was formally dedicated to-day and officially presented to the University of Pitts burg. THE BEAGOERS. Those Who Are .lalllng To-day for England and the Continent. The passenger on th White Star steamship Baltic, sailing to-day for Quccnstown and Liverpool, will Include: Mr, and lira. J. van Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Aalst Mtnlcy The lllfht nv. Mgr. n. Konalds Arthur Paiiblcday fiewell Philip Stasia rant. J Hlcgln Mr. and Mn. H. O. Tht Hev. H . D. McLeod fykes Dr. and Mrs. A. K Ual- r.dnard F Walker lock Mr and Mrs. B. Welt- John F. O'Brien wood. The list for the Kalscrln Auguste Vic toria of the Hamburs-Amerlcan Line, sailing for Plymouth, Cherbourg, and Southampton, Includes : Up mnA U. 11 Tl U . II n fTvtrham d'e Aie'iedo Mr. and Mrs. Jotef ' Tl. 0. Hrown hur.M-hel Dr. A. Imhert Cone A W. Mill Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pay Mr. an1 Mrs. r. H. J. V. Dunham Mason Mr. and Mrs. ti'eorge W. W. I', Montsgue Cly Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Urs. Arlemas .senior Holme-i C. I,. Van Dorn Among those sailing on La Provence, for Havre, are: Mrs. 0. A. Baldwin V II. del Caln Archibald K. McKay Capt. Ion Ollhler The Hev. M. K. Prerot Mm. Tord Thompson. Mrs. C. W. Huntop Mrs. I.. II. Foruham V..C. UcCullough LEAKY PIPE DRIP DROWNS BABY. Drops Fall on Llpa of Child In Crib and nraeh l.anars. William Barber, a mechanic of 64 South Sixth street, Williamsburg, was awakened early yesterday by the drlp plnR of water and found It was falling from the celling; of the bedroom. There was a leaky pip on the floor above. Ilarher aroused his wife and they no ticed that the water had dripped on their Inhv. S months old. who waa Ivlne - - - -;- , - I Iri a crib. The crib was moved away , aaw. w...- and Mrs. Barber took the child In her ! mm When sh nresspd tlie child face 1 m ms. When she nressed the chllds faco ll0r own si,e discovered It was cold . .., .ait. ,.P l.j rai0 "ml,WC .T.i" ,1a nn Jev on child Hp and found Its way I tn Hie lnncs The clitlil WJR flead. r, T.alcab Kill. Boy. ,. , . Joseph Ring, 16 years old. of 1(1 Orchartl i street. Elizabeth, N. J . was Injured by n , tlio tail. IflO limer, IMVin Iran in .jii Kichth nveniie, was not arrested OBITUARY. land. Mr. Ollmour was hlsh In the work of the grand lodge ot .NUruna and waa alio an Odd Felluw. Jacob MiK'rletn. CINCINNATI, Aug. St. Jaci.t. Moerleln. vlca-prtildent of the ChrlJllan Moerleln nrenlnc Company, tiled lo-tlay at nia nome aft-ir Hn Illness of about tnu weeks. Jlr. .Moerleln the third son of tnrittiin Moerleln. founder of the brewing company which bea-a hit name, and aa 17 yciia of age Notes of the Social World. Mm. French VandtrMlt came rrom .-New-; port seaterday to meet her mother. Mrs, Franrla Ormond French, who arrived from Kurope on the Oceanic wltn Ainoa luta French. They left for Tunedo. Mr. Udward Clarkaon Potter haa returned to Clearvlew In Westchester from Newport, where he hn heen liltlng Mrs. Cameron Molt. V.'lnalow. .Mra. William H. Uradford will rail for Eu rore on September IS lth Mrs. Llndeay H. Fairfax to epend the winter In southern France. They have been spending tae aum- mer In Lenox, Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Sloane ar rived from Lenox yeaterday with Mr. and Mra. William H. Osgood Field. J'ney are ai the ntts-Carllon. Mr. and Mra. It. H. Downman of New Or leana, who have been ataylng at Narragan sett Pier during the aummer, are at the I'laia for aevoral dus before going to Vir ginia Hot Sprint", where they will remain until tho fall. Counteaa Szechenyl lll rail for Ilurope on September I. Bh has been auylng with her mother, Mrs. Vanderbllt, at The Urenkera lu Newport during the aummer. Count Szech enyl aallod recently for Uurope on a hunting trip. The engagement -l announced of Mlea Frances J, Owen, a daughter nf Mra. Ud inund C. Owen, tn Choi lea I), Slruthers, Mlaa Owen tnakea her home with her mother and alatera, the Mlea itenrsUna and Fran ces Owen, at it' Pari: alenue. Mr, .Slruthera ta a aon ot Mrs. Kobeit rUrutherr, No date has been set for the wedding, Plana hac been completed for Ihe wed. ding of Mies Ailreii Ochorn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Church Ostium, to Vanderbllt Webb on Wednesday, September 11, In the Church nf fit. Philip In the Highlands In (iHrrlson-on-Huilsoii. Mian Orborn has choren the Mlusra Josephine Oaborn, li counln, and Julia Nenbold aa LrlclcMiiislilj und only at lendanta. Arnoltl Whltrltlgr will Le beat man. The nshera will be J, Wataon Webb, W Hewurd V.'t bb, Jr. brothirs nf the brlile Rrouin; FrcdeileU snd llirl liodgc. There will bo a wedding breukf-iut after tho cere mony at Foreit Farm, the horn of tht tortde'a parent! Id Utrlon-on-IIudioa. NEWPORT, IN INTERVAL, PLANS MORE DANCES Two Scheduled to l?c Given Mrs. John Ii. Drexel and Mrs. Gondby Locw. I).v AFFAIRS OF NEXT WKKK Mr. and Mrs. Presion Gilistin Entcrfnin at. Dinner nt Shady Xonk. NrwrosT, ft. 1 Au. : - For tho first time In several week them was no Im portant dance to-nlftht, but th dancing season Is by no mean over. Mrs. John 11. Iireiol will give a dinner followed by a dance to-morrow nlcrht antl on Friday Mrs, W Ooadhy Loon will have one The week will be brought, to eloe with Mr. antl Mrs. Pembroke Jones's dinner and dance On Saturday Several affairs have been nrranged for neit week iin Monday Mrs Marsden J Perry will elve a supper nnd dance at Pr eer's, and on Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Sydney Jonea C'olford are giving a dinner danoa at Clarendon Court. Mr.and Mrs. Perryara giving a clam bake at the Smiantum Club on Saturday night. Among those giving dinners to-night were Mrs, Vanderbllt, Mrs. Andrew M. Moreland, Mrs, T. HufTern Taller and Miss Anna Sands, Mrs. Charles A. Chllds save a luncheon to-day at the Clam Hako Flub, other lunch eons being given by Mrs. Itlchard T. Wilson and Mr. Clarenon W. Uolnn. J. Plerpont Morgan, who has heen her since Monday on the Corsair, left to-day for New Vork. Mr and Mrs. F O. Beach, who came, with him left to-day for Dark Harbor, Maine. Miss F.dythe Deacon, who has, been with Mr, t'h.irlea H Haldwln at Hnilg Harbor for two months, left earlv to-day for New ork She will null for Uurope lo-morrow antl will go to Parl. Among those registered to-day at th Casino were Mr. ond Mrs. Francis M Whltehouse. who came from Manchester, Mass.; Jay Cooa-an. Jr , Mrs Thomas C Coleman and Mrs Puchanan Merriman of Washing-ton, l. C. whonr visiting Mrs. Slilson Hutchins I,. L. CafMiuoglu. charge d Analresforfiieece. nnd Harry M. Black. Mrs. French i;. chadwlck will give a re rontlon with imislo to-morrow afternoon for Mis Albert Palmer of London Mr, and Mis, Preston f.lbson gnvo a din ner to-night at Shady Nook. Among their ruests were Mr. and Mrs, It. Livingston liceckman. Mr. and Mrs. IlichardT. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph llarriman. Mr. Her mann Oelrlchs, Charles llavden, Mr and Mrs flli-liard Stevens and Mr. and Mis. Herbert M llnrrlm.iu. After dinner Mine, Namiira-'lnyo suug. others coming In. .ii r. i nnries ,, siouuartl and Miss Marian Ktnddaid will remain at Itonnle Crest until Mr antl Mrs. Stuart Duncan return Irom Ln gland. Mr. and Mrs. Janice Laiighlin. Jr., Uave a luncheon to-riay on the Ariadne for MIm Iheresn Irielln anil her fiance, lirwln II. Iiuhlin, who will no married in New Itochclle on Scplcmber I. LENOX SOCIAL AFFAIRS. Mrs. Clarrnee 11, .Moclsay llrrorcr" Inn l'nat From Accident. Li not. Mass , Aug ; Mrj. Nowbold Morrl.s has returneil to HrookliurHt fr)iu Newport. Mr and Mrs Thomas W. Hlmlo of Chicago nre ilslllni; Mr. nnd Mm. John Spoor at niythewootl ill Pitt Held. Mrs, Clarente H. Mackay u nble to be out this morning for the first time since her accident on Monument Mountain lutt Fri day. Mrs. Francis C Huntington of New York has arrived nt l.ynwood in StockbridKO to visit with Miss Helen l" Butler Ml Alma Clarke who has been a suet of friends m Atlantlo City slnoe July, has retunietl to Feriibrook" Mrs. (leorge eitliigiuiisn ha Hi Mh-srs Lillian W antl !urtli' (irotT of Alhiiny lis her Kiicsts nt the LrsMne Park. Mr and Mis. I r.iy llyik- Harris, inotoi Inc from Hewlett. I. I . arrlted at the Curtis Hotel to-day- I'rWIIIianiM Folk returned : to New i or: to-ttay f roni Hie curtK Hoiei Misses Frances I, and Auifiistn ,l tie j'ey ster hate taken iiiiHrtnicnts at the Ciirlii lintel for the iiiituniii. Miss Ftlith Wnlbrblge of Ne Vork won the puttluiT uiitte-t al the Hotel Aspinwnll to-day .Miss Atlela Acker of New Vork wits tlie niiiiierup, Mr ami Mn.. Mdcn 'I horn d'ke. who have been tourlnir In Luropu, are nl the Munlcwood in I'itlslleld. 'll.e will jn to their cotmlry lilace in Windsor the first of net week SOCIETY AT BAR HARBOR. M.r. and Mrs. I. ileitis '. I.nittlretli Give Dinner for Their llnniclitt-r. Bar If Annon, Me . Aug. v - Mr jnd Mie Lucius S. Lamlrelh, who uro spending the summer at Wilder lliirboi', ctitertnined nt dinner this eienln? in honor of their daugh ter, Miss Maria F l.aiidroth Kdward H. Mel.en'i lias left with u btrinu of his blue ribbon hoi res to it tend the lliock ton. Mass.. and Hrvn Maw r horrc sliow. Mrs. Itobert l!u) ler euternfned at dinner at tlin country club last exeniug before the hop. ORANGE TACKLES HIGH COST. Ordlnanre fur Farmers' Slrret Mar Url Prepared Iy Council There. With the object of rediieinir tho blah cost of living the stioot and market committee of thn llraiiRo. N. J Coiiimon ( ouncil will draft an ordlnmun granting to fnimcti the privilege of lining up "It thn souili slilx of Main etieet cast of Cent to Mreet on Tues days. Thursdays and Saturdays to sell direct to tho consumer. On the tlrst two days named the hours will lo il.,ed by tho ordlnanco at a A. M. to neon nnd on Saturday from a A. M. to 11 P. M. Fast of Centio street there are several markets and grbcery stores. It I predicted that they will bo able to prevent the passage oi tne ordinance. Ilrenien nrlnm Mnennerchor Mnacra The North German t.lod steamship Bremen, which arrived yesterday, brought fortv-flve members of tho llrooklvu Muin- nerchorwho have been singing In Germany this summer. Many oi tint nieniDors were accompanlod by their wives and lamllles. MARRIED. OLYPIIANT OLYPHANT. On Wedneiday, Augntl Itli:. at (.race Church rhantry, by the Itev. Charles Wright Clash. Marls Vlelo Olyphuit, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Talbot Olyphant, to Itobert Olypbant. DIED. KAKOIUlKHN. AtHobsken. on Tuesday, Auguet :7, 1012. Margaret, wife of the late Charles I". Kargebchn, aged 74 ) eart. Itciatlvrs and frlendt are repectfu!ly Intlteil 10 attend funeral services at her late residence, Wl W'aahlngton at., Hobokeii, on 'Ihuraday rxrsiinr. August '. at o'clock. Inlcrrocut piliotc. NRWCOMD. Tin MKoiCAt, SociETr or Tils Countt or Nuw Ydx -Members aio hereby no tilled of the death of our fellow member. Dr. Jameii Fdward Newcumb, which occurred AtiftuM '.'7, llUJ. Interment wlllbe at New London, Conn., TSurs Uoy afternoon at 4 an, Auiu.t :i, tut:. ClIABLES Ull.WOEB ItEaUtT, U. D.. Prcfldint. Johm Van rioaiN Youno, II, D., Secretary. CNUKUTAKF.aS. FRANK E. CAMPBELL iVfSEfa. THE FUNERAL CHUrtCH SLCIAJSIAaT.