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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913.
SOCIETY SCATTERS 1 $10,000 FOR A CLEAN OPERA. Join Her Mollirr Paris. in ,!. ! . DERBY OKTS A HOfSK Federal Ion of Musical I Inh. Will 1'rndnec Winner In I. on Insetr. The Niillini.il Frderntlnti of Murlc.il . nil..', rr I't'-hrtiihie ijn.nmi Ann rlcati nmn (lovers, announces tn.ilny competition fnr Mi-- Unn'ipi Alrxnndrr Sn.ls In,"" ,'),,,"XH" Krn"'1 " pr"" rliii plans Include n censorship of lihiettns which will dlscnnrngp thn.pnr traval of sordid niul vicious stibjeeir An Important feature of Ihr contest will be tlii' 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 . i U 1 1 -: 1 1 1 1 1 m of operas flint inii IhIii "unnecessarily free sentiments" Tho competition lit nprn only tn rnni nosers niul llln ottlntx who lire ritl.rhs of Hi" Culled Sti.tes Thf prlio money has I ' -i nilscil b 1,0s Angeles, w lil li ptoiu- Mi mil Mrs Williiini XpIsiiii " production of the pri?. .Ml. .IIHI .'lis. nullum .xt imiii a (, lli(h lio)ll)ll (vMlui (r , I National I'vili-rnt Ion of Musical Clubs to l held In Lns Angeles lull- In tlm spring of mi.V Tin- opera must 1 done liy .Inly, 1911 Purtlctilais may be hnil of Mrs. Jason Walker, 111! South Michigan nvenuc, Chicago. Tho federation proposes to liolil a shut lar contest oveiv four .vents "Vc have no desire to appear prudish," said Mm Walker, "hut we ate opposed to tlic stago presentation of vice, whether In thu iiaino of art or not Wo believe tt'.o public to lc weary or thin flouting of ipiestlonnhle themes anil tint It I lime for the public to Insist upon tlio portrayal of the pleasnnter things of life III prefer- euro to t tic baser niiiiwoll 1 (Jo to Son bright Soon. Harriot Alexander sailed . if It i vrstetday on Hip Frame, to Join itlnr, Mrs. Charles II. Alexander, In The ii'. -t ic wedding of Mis Kdwina White daughter of Mr". Cornelius Van Sew. II, to On-gory Van K. Mr 'n "f thin rlty will take place In 1 nispop.il Church. Hye, on June 12 nt The wedding Ijre.ikf.iKt will fol at l!.iMnver, thp Imtttp of thi lirlilp. U hitelmnsp In ii filer. of Worthing vv In'phoiisu of this city I Mini Mrs, Howard H, Henry and Misses Hfiiry will pass tho summer at iv H.iy, Canada. I.loyd Derby, whose brother. Dr n pitd D"rb.v, inarrlptl Mls tithel floosp. wp 1 i.i leased for flip summer the Oray , .mjj. nt Cove Nerlt, Ovstrr Hay "r and Mrs. Allen O. Wellmnn. who r ' paj the Buminpf In Kurope, will b (. Madison uvrmn; on thlr return. ,md Mrs. William Nrlsnti Crnm f 12 West Korty-nlnth street "111 for SrabrUht, N J . rarly next Mi BURR STRONG. Ilrlilr's Father Mrrl Tonple In i Imreh of AVhfph lie la Hector. ic pddliiK of Miss Susan Sturftls .pie. d.tiiKhlcr of the lie v. (leorne Alex- ,1cr MroiiK. rector of Christ Chiirrh. ifi-pp Llndsley nurr. son of J'rof. ,..im 11 Hurr of Columbia University, v as clptir.ited In t'hrlst Church, llroad- .inrt Heventv-tlrst street, yesterday 'i.-ionn. the father of the hrlilc offlclat- 4ssisteil hy the Itev. Carlton 1'. Mills Itojioii Many relative and friends i- present for the ceremony. The hndp entered the church with her h-other Alernnder Strong:, who navp her a.,i She wore a rowii of white satin 'nl tiet th.it was the bridal oostumn of K-.indmotlipr and mother. Her xell h'.Ip was held by a wreath of orange ' nms and she carried : boiio.uet of I ip" of valley and white orhid M Margaret Wendell Strong. slter e' tun bride, was the maid of honor, and ti bridesmaids were the MIpm l,le.inor Ii. Hon uiid Helen Clark of llaltlrnore. Mnr Tufts and Dorothy Mills of toton Ttiev ero dressed alike In costumes of iUow satin combined with floweted net. rirrylnr houo,uets of pink ro-.es, and they wnre ell of pink tulle. 1' McClure Peters 2d of this rltv urs i if best man. and the ushers were Allmand M Itlow. Albert Thornton, rhllip S IV.in, .' 11 Morecroft, James K Finch of this o u and IMward IteynoliH of Cotton After the ceremonv there was a recep tion at the home of the bride's parents. Wen Seventy-first street Mr ami Mr Iturr left later fin a short trip. They In Houston. Tex I afterward livi lira hnm OaJIng her, Ki OpM,f:, Msv tr, - weildiiig per formed In the ( hun Ii of Our Ijidy Help of riirl-Hniw lat meh' wn the ouirunu' of a Tim' to Ireland n year ago U the lir iil.'L'rn.iiii, 'I honiuh (iriiliam of llrooklvn .Mi (iritli.im met Miss Anna (billaghni of ( hurlp-ioun, ounty Mayo It ih love nt flt-t iglit Miss Gallagher, siter or Pntriek '1 '.'il uher of liist Orange, rros.il the orenu h month ago. Thp rlergyman was ill" Hpv. 'ard M. I'arrell, acting ret 'or 1 lo ud of honor was Mis Motile t'otenun of tv Vork and the best man a t lie bride's -oilier rereption followed at 'lie home o' Mr flnllaglier. MME. RAFFOID GETS DIVORCE. Second Metropolitan Mnaep In Seek Decree Over the t'ootllahts. Maile ttappold, a Mplropolllan Opera House soprano ami formerly a resident of llrooklyu, has Just got a divorce from tier husband in Colorado Dr. .tullic llap pold, ,tr , of ?;.n Kluhliig Hxeiiue, Wllllnms burg, told Tut: St s of fhe divorce yestcr dav, but refused In dlcuss It Mine. Uappold l iIip second Metropollts.n singer lo gel a divorce after a happy mar ried life before her opera career l.asl winter Alma tihick, who had Ihed happltv with her huband until she went on the stage, got u dectpp. Mine I'aiW'ild and her husband sppar- atpil.about sU years ago, when she moved ro ,ew- iotk nun iook an apartiiiem in Hlvcrslde Dilie s she had no ground lor an action In this StxtP Mine Itappold went ion -in ill town near Ppiiv.t last jear and esinbli'liisl a residence The divorce was granted day belore yesterdav Mine llappnld had been 'singiii.' In con cert in 'leas nnd Mopped In tolor.ulo on the wav home Slu- his the custody of her daughter, wt,o Is almost of age Mine. Itaiinolil made her otier.ifie debut under llpiiirlch ("onriel in "Tlie tJUPPti of siielu," iiltlinugh sip. ii.ni iintf in concert lor some ve.irs she i a name of Hrook lyn. Mr Coniicd tlrsi heard her at a Min cer! n HiookKn Since hei appeiratice nt Hie Metropolitan she has sung with siircss In lieritnny anil Italv Slip sings thp Ivrle soprano riper tolic. FUNERAL OF CAFT. WISE. Impressltp Profession I t.pil hy It lehmond I, licit! Infnnlrj. lllPHMovp. .M.i Ki ("apt .loliii S. Wi'e. intlioi. soldier, riiiuunt lawei .111.1 st.Tiemiin, wliii died mar Prnaiss Ann. Mil, on Tue.sd.i), was buned In Hollywood i '.'in. t-r lo-da In historic St. Puils I'lnir.'h the Itev W llusell llowle lead the usual l-tpls. ii-.il s.-rvir.. The funeial proei sMnn was llnp. . e. Willi iimllled drum a iioiinMal lomp.iny of the lil.hiiioiiil l.iuht Infantry llluts. will. Ii Cipt Wise .iid.il In organising in 's''7. td the ..sport of friends ,md ie,i tll.s f.oni New Vnlk. I'!lll.idelillH. Wllll.imsliuig and l.exltigton. V i. At the .em'tr thp l!lii-s llretl a miII.-v .mil the how.u-i- station. d on a distant hill tired an.ithei, while the I'.lues sounded t'.n.il taps'. Delegation fiom s,.,.r.il societies were put. The lio.lv was l.ilil 1.HI. tne .I, 'NEW PEACE COURT URGED AT MOHONK Nocfl of n Tribnniil of Oblifrn ory Character Shown by Spenkprs. KL10T OX PAUSES OP WAIt f.'onnnrnfs on Hiiiikim' AHiiclii'iIj lo Inlprniifioiml Suspicions ii nil Loose Tn Ik. MnttoNK I.AKK, May 15. ArKiinienls woro tnadn to-day nl I In eehsloii of t lie ninoteenth iintnml Mohonk I,ako1nloitia. tlonnl iirhltnitlon conforenco tliRiiiR tlio cdtaWlshmPtil of tin Intormitloniil court of iirlillrnl justice which olioiild Imvo olillKatnry jtiri--dlcllon Tlio featuroof Iho nieetlnKto-tiiRht wan an adrlresw liy Dr. Clintioi W. Kliot, liresldent emeritus of llaivnrd. Dr. Harvey .Tnckmin llalsfoti, who wim tho uBcnt In Ww United Suites in tlio Hist dlspiitoHittiinltled to the HaBUcdlsciisspd tho third Hbriio ConferoDPo and said that rulers who contemplate war should not be permitted to frame nntl-wnr trea ties for other nations Other hH-.'iUer were Dr. Arthur K Knhn or New York. Dr. Andrew U. While, former Amlmssador lo Ocrmnny; Dr Paul S Helnsch of Wisconsin University, William C. Dennis of WashitiRton, Dr. A. S. Hershey of Indiana Slate University. Kdwin D. Mod of Iloston and United State- Commissioner of Kdiication II P. Claxton. Dr. Kllnt said In part: "What then will be the probable caues of International war In the future? First. the survival of political or governmental i Institutions Inconsistent with sentiments which In. iccent generations have gath ered great strength. "Tho first of these sentiments Is the sentiment of nationality, vast, vague nnd hard to define, but tremendously potent It Is based on similar social customs nnd needs, on like passions good and bad, on common ethical standards nnd on a loe of Independence and liberty "It often Includes a preference for n large, comprehensive governmental unit over a small one or n preference for n strong national ilovernment over several KAISER PRAISED FOR PEACE. Conciliation inclely Conaralnlale r.nipernr U llhellli. ti nddrers of comrrattitntio't to Kals' llhelm. engrossed on ellum ami boun m leather docoru'ed with gold, was taken to Washington esletrt.iy by Dr Oeorg I'V.itiel Kiina and ptesentcd to Count von ttcrnsli'in a a mark of appreciation from the Anieilian Association fjr In tel national Conciliation Tho association Is the Ainetiean hrnnch of a woi Id organization formed not so much .is ,i peace society is to My lo binlsh the prejudices nnd mlsundprstaml Itigs that so often lead tn war. The parent l.'eh Is l,i Conclll.itlon Intel n.illonale, which II, iton d'Kstourtiellrn de Constant r.,, i... i ii, i.' The American Association for Interna tional iVlu ill.itlon was nlg.ililzed III IfKi The cxectitiv imiultlee Includes ct-Atii- li.iss.nlor Hubert It. icon. Dr I.mii.iii Ab bott. Coiigiessuiaii lllchanl Ilartholdi, I'lesldcnt Nicholas Murra.v llilller of Co lumbia, I'.imge lltniuetithal. Stephen II i Mill, Hubert A Franks, .hums Speier and e. M.ij or Setti l,ow .lap.ni now boasts i blanch society The Herman oi gnntr.atlon Is tlm Vcrb.ni'l fuel- Iiitoril.itliin.ilc Vei'stiinillgung, Thero arc branches In Kngl.inil and other coun tiles The address which Dr Knnr. took tn Washington congratulates the Heinian IhiipiTnr "upon a teign nulable In count, less w.ivs. In iioiip morn so than In tin maintenance of twenty. nxc, years of tin. broken peace betwepn Heiniaiiy and the, olhei nations of the world" Compliments, on the development of comnicice, manu fac.tuilng nnd agriculture. In (lenn.iny In the present ri'lgn end with the wish that tlu lelgn "long may enntltiun unbroken." nr.- grave of f'apt. WNr Wso"s fllhel, CSn. lleiliy 2grisS It Looks a Little Rough for Him. ASEMBLY CHOOSES -STONE AS MODERATOR GOLF LINKS AT GIMBELS. Cliiniuo Mnn's Victory. Some Pri'sb.i tcriims Shj, Is Mow to Politics. Carney Mnl II nan, !". 1 1 woiii), ny 3 U th- home nt ' inl Mrs. .Inseph Carney. In I'm llrunt t, their son, .Inseph, and Mis .Minnie ' Mulligan, nl-o of Knglewood, wre mar. i lo.nlght by rather Angebls of St. h i - Clmrf h. Miss Mary 1'olley was the bridesmaid h i .lames M.ilioney was best uinn. Mr. i d Mr- Carney will leave lor a short visit lo am Kriiiicisi o and Canada CHARLES A. MILLER IS DEAD. nil lleHner anil Mnmlnrrf's Mnimitcr n r.s run Old. Cliutles AURti'tus M .ler. fol iimi.vve.us ShniTI,all. s K,itir:ne Karl I. Nail, daushtei of s i: 1 .nmniond l.yal! of New York. - mar: d at noon yesterday tn Hubert nrnln Shaw In Chi 1st church, Sharon, ' i n ! i he Itev. Wlllliun Parker Moi- besi man was Hunter Von It. Ilerg . ' w Voik anil the maid of honor was K.itli.r im- liiKersoll of Scarsdale. I .'il.d .Mrs. Shaw will live In Chicago. an Independent ml i-lii' i ainl lal.lv man iiger of ibe Sianilard Oil distributing pl.it.t at Creenpoliit. dlid yisterd.o In his apiiitment at the Hole' Mohawk, Ilrooklvn, In bis fUtv-ilghth ear lie was arthe In Cnlversallst ihuich woll;, was pr.'Miiem in in" .. ojiki !i . i-,,,.. i ., I, .-r ..r ill,, hind ..1.1 1 li-l I I'll I' ie . ' i New Yoik I'nlM'isalist Club and a trustee1 llinm of tlm St. Lawrence Theological College Hcv. Howard hi c.inton, ; pie.sldlllt of Ureeupolnt. lie leiues Irene Mllh r i th. Mr Home Mlll.i was viicl Savings P.anl! In Ati.a.xti. .May 15. Slates were lnoken anil ecclesiastlca.l politics ws rebuked by the tleiter.il As.setnbly of the Noith- ein fresbyteri.ui i liuicn io-tia.v wm u the I lev. John W. Stone of Chicago was chosen moderator by an over whelming majority. Dr. Stone was baldly thought of in connection with the tnoderatorsliip until lie was placed In nomination as n "non-political" can didate by the Itev. 'I'. It. King of .Mon mouth. III. With Di. Stone's name added tn the list of possible moderators the nomina tions were closed with the llev. Mait- MeMinder of Pittsburg, the Itev. McKlbb-n of cinrinnal, the A. Johnston of lirldge- Mnr Mole (Iter a Carpel With FUk Pond llniarila. liolf on a sward of llnest gieen A- mmste.r attracted more than 20" plaers to the fourth tloor of i Umbel's estcrduy. where was shown a ery decent soil of the Scotch game played within an area' of fifty sipure leet instead of fifty acres. . Nor does this game assume the same intio as plug pong to tennis, because real golf clubs and balls are u.ied in ' playing It It Is a nine hole course with , fiv hazards. Including a small hedge girt pond full of fish and swans, ti bottle hole, two bunkers and a hedge and It's j not an e.is game. The clubs used are , a idhlhk, m.ishle and putter Alex Smith made the best spore of the t day. I'.i Miss c.r.i. e I'.urelly of the Knglewood Countiy Club made, the rounds in '.'1, the best amateur score yesterd.i. The trials for the amateur champion - .ship of the Oimbel Indoor course will go on ecrv day until the finals next Wednes day The sixteen men and sixteen women with the best scores In any five medal rounds will be chosen for the finals There are prlies for the winners and runners up of both sexes. The matches aie played under the rules of the Cnlted States (lolf Association nlth the exception of seveinl ground rules made neiessary by th 'PROFESSIONAL WOMEN SAY CLUB ISN'T SPLIT President rrniren Culls Miss Shaw's Clinrjie of Klec tion I'rmiil False. NEW ROCHELLE 225 YEARS OLD. Celebrities Will Crlchrntc for a WeeL HeKlnnlnit June 'i'i. New Ilochelle, where most till of the i elebl Itles Ile, If: lint forgetting the furl that III I lit- Milium r of lUsv, or Just 22.". e.irs ago. following the slpge of 1,k Ilochelle nnd tlu s. atteilug of exiles. ri'om ! ranee, .New Itis-lxdle was founded. A general lommltteu was appointed by the citizens earlv In the present jv.ir to arrange the details of a ii lebrntlon of the 22"ith imnlvei s.iry nnd to rolled funds fur the atTair. and the committee has an noiirireil a tentative pi ogriiliime President Wilson, the French Ambassa dor, the Major of I. a Itochelle In France and a delegation of l,a Itochelle' citizens. Major il.'iMinr, Cabin. t officers, the iov ernors of New York and Conneetlcut nnd various other distinguished p. rsous have been Invited to tulip part In the celebra tion It will begin with special services: I III the New Itochflle rhllirhrs on Sunday. June 22 Tin ie will be n leceptlou to the i delegates from I.a Itochelle on Monday, n military and chic parade on Tuesday, the dedication of the Jacob l.elsler statue on discordant and Jealous groups of the same Wednesiho. a parade of l.fiiHi school chll nationality each with Its own Independent , dreii on Thuisdny and on Friday a recep but Ineffective C.owrnnient. tlon by the Hon. and .Mrs. Martin J Keogh "A fruitful cause of war In the rutin e Is likely to be International distrusts, dislikes and apprehensions, nursed In Ig norance and fed on rumors, suspicious and eotijeetuies propagated by an tin -scrupulous press until suddenly developed by some untoward event Into active hatred or widespread alarm which easily passes Into panl' . "Among the western peoples the futuie causes of war ate most likely to be .lash ing commercial or Industrial lnt.."s. contests for new markets and for fresh opportunities for the protltable Investment ill capiiai anil iiossnne i-Ainnnr no- I gratlons of laborers. j iwo oilier woiiuwine eauspr 01 w.ir tcni.tm to be consldeicil. The til ft Is the fear of sudden Invasion by an overwhelm lng force. This fear Is as keenly felt In China and Jap.m as It is in lei many, France and Knglaud: and there are not better defences against It In the east than 1 III the west. I to the rltizeim of old and .New Itochelle A water pageant on Saturday will brine the celebration to an end. BIG COMMENCEMENT PLANNED. WomunV afternoon the violin League as out solo by which the pro- two ehildicn. Miss Florence .nil Charles Cllffmd Mllh r. f Pnl ii el I-Pen nock KmcaKCinent. uri'iiM. Jlaj 1.1. Invitations ued to-dax bv Mr. and Mis. A. I. k of I.ansdowne for the matrlage of their daughter, Mh Ullza Peiinnek, and Unbelt C, Folwell, Jr.. laptaln of the Cnlverslty of Penn i i football team The Friends' will be used , I. Notes of the Social World. M' did Mrs. lllrhniond Leveling arc at Itigts until they leave for Devon, - "'mtry place In Amagnnsett, I.. I, 'r'" lllai.hley Hoyt nnd his daughter, 11 rjirtrude Hiker Hoyt, will go to -eabr'ci.t s; , , lute this month to re ii'e f... the summer. ' id Mis. John P. Cllfnrd and tho 1 I'l.lford, who lecentty returned ope. ate at Ituremnnt Terrace in 'd, whern they will letunln until f June. ud Mis. IMward T. Newell are nt ma Ion several Weiks, They will - ' suinim r in Huntington, L. I. ' will be given at the Harvnrd Club pf'ei ilium for Mr. niul Mrs. Joseph ' and fni Mi and Mrs, William i ... II ri Pei Us and his son, Malcolm -s if l.iTiilon an- at the St. ItegK 'Jen Howard Carroll will glc Icon at 1elmnnlco's to-tnoirow 1 In -N cit Vork Tn-ila;, ' Ni w Yolk School of Applied Design or Women, xhlbltlon, IHO Lexington av i i A M to li P. M. dlati Soilety of New York, recep. ' 'elinonlco's, i tilng, ' isi islty S ttlenient Alumlnl, dinner is Speyrr, Terrar. (lardeil, Fifty- sheet nmr Third mi nue, evening. ' nnal Piogrisi-he ciuh of the Thirty ' A.iliibly Dlstrb K 1 I I I'hloi III Pir.tueii) no ii inn im; , 1 t Municipal Administration Is ' l'.ill lloston road, evening, I ml Machine Tool IlullderK As- f. , convention, Motel Astnr, 1" tin. C.diinrd Wlllnril Wstits, Piiilapkli'IIIa, Ma 11. Mrs. IMward Will ml Watson, wife of a physician and th- daughter of Timothy Shay Arthur, author of "Ten Nights In a liar Ilonm." and oth'-r books, died here to.ibiy Mis. Wat'on was the gicit-granddaughter of John Alden. whose courtship furnished the subject for i.ougreiiow s laninii" poem. Ilesides her husband she Is survived by: tlnee chtldieii by a fol iner marriage, Dr. Ahlen Arthur Knlpc. rai.taln of the Cut versltv of Pennsylvania football Pain In ivt2. 'Mrs IMward Child" Carp' liter anC Carl Fnderlek Kldpe .lobn llaii fiardlner. HosTiiN. May I.".. John Hays ( liner, tn years old, who was fnr several years a member of the faculty of Harvard College, died here Inst night. He was born In Gardi ner. Me., which plate named for his family. His father was Col. John William Tudor (lanlltier of the I lilted States army. Mr. tlardlner had written "Foiiih of Eng lish Literature," "Clements of Knglish Com position" and "The lllble as Knglish Litera ture." At the thni. of his death Im was at work on a history of Harvard " " 1'red . Iloilgers. Fred A. Itcdgers. si cond lleutfiiatit of Company L. Tw entv-"ei ond lteemient en gineer, died yesterday at his home, 1431 Aiiuedlict avenue, lie was je.ira oiu. Several yearn ago llodgers was tne nesi middle dlfctaiicu runner of America and also achieved note in other forms of ath letics as a member of tlm New York Athletic Club. In ISOfi he won the metro polltan. national and Canadian mile cham pionships In time that then muds new lecorils for path event Samnel II. Connlnalon. Snniuel It Cunnlnglon, for twenty ears a buer and assistant Mi'ierlnteiiileut In the 'house furnishing department of Abraham & Shall-, died yesteiday nt his home, HniKorl: street, llrooklvn, In his HlMy-first year. He was formerly a partner In Ciiimlngton ( Dickinson, house furnishing ihulers In Minneapolis. Ills wife and a daughter survive him limited course port, Conn., and the Itev. S. s. palmer of Columbus. Ohio, in the contest. The result of the first ballot was; Stone, 314. Alexander. 2s.r.; Palmer, 111; Johnston, 05: McKibben. 4fi. Palmer, Johnston and McKibben dropped out. and the contest on the second ballot was lietueen Alexander and Stone, the latter winning by u large majority. Many commissioners assert that the election of Dr. Stone is a slinging re- I buko to polltlcul method!) In church affairs. It Is alleged that both Dr. Alexander nnd Dr. Palmer were sup ported by "machines" which had been at work In their Interest for months. It Is asserted also that the election of Dr. Stone Indlcntea that tlio ('hutch Is not to be committed Irrevocably tn the ultra-conservative theology of .Prince ton I'nlvcrslty or to the ullrn-radlcal theology of I'nlon Seminary, a would have, been tho case had either Dr. Alexander or Dr. Palmer been elected. There Is much speculation as to whether the Northern, Southern nnd Cnlted Assemblies nnd tlm Associate Heformed Synod, all In session here, will unite tn a Joint declaration setttng fotth beliefs tn which all concur. . Many commissioners; believe there will be such a declaration, but do not think there wilt be organic union. To-night the first of tho IMn-Pres-byterian Pentecostal meetings was hold, and 2,000 comnilsslonffs from the Noithern. Southern, Untied niul Assn. elate. Heformed Churches attended tlm nrst hunt meeting In the history of the assemblies. LEVI P. MORTON IS 89 TO-DAY. PUPILS TO VISIT CONVICT SHIP. "iperlal Hairs to School Children tn Inspect the Sneers. School children h.ie .shown an Inter est In the old Hrltlsh lonvlct ship Success and teachers have been taking their pupils to the vessel to ln"pe t It. The children are Instructed in the change i which hns been made In method of deal- , lng with convicts , A number of teacheis have made ap plications to t..lp parties of children over I the Vessel, dipt. D. II. Smith Is arrang ing a plan wnereby teachers from public . or private, schools may take children for, an Inspection of the ship nt a special , rat" Capt. Smith will furnish Information: on the subject to any teacher who wiltes to him nt the ship, which Is anchoi d at the foot of W.st Sei enty-nlnth street SENOR SOBRAL STILL HERE. Mines. In Ills Family Keeps Hint From Hemming tn Mexico. Ilnrniiie Marline Soliral, who resigned last week us Mexican CoiiNiil-lieueral in New York, h is not returned tn Mexico city He said yesterday there was no truth In Ihe repori that he would not reiurn to Meilcn while the country Is under the conltol of the lluerla (ioveriiiuenl , He has been kept In Ibis city by the Illness of a member of his futully Arlrd. Harris William Cotton. inn of tne i tuny- ran nine in, addict., by ' director, died lo-duy I ny on "What the ! Ihn son ol .Inseph h C M it Ml Snclelv. convention, Hotel . 3i P. M. fPilc Association, dinner, Hotel ,:i0 P. M. Teiii...-Mtui'e III Atlantic. City. M,Mir CITY, May 15. '1 hn temperature. 7 decrees nt noon hero to-day. Homos'. May 1.1-William Cotton, lor nearly thirty years treasurer of the Ainerl- Tube Wol Us. ot wnnii no niso was ii in liiooi.nne. no was Cotton, who was earlier treiismer or tne coiiiiiiiiu , un married and Is simlvrd by a slstei. Miss L, A Cotton Mrs, Caroline Cross, Asm lit PAIili, Mn.i 15 --Mis. Caroline Cinss, wife of Plonsrlt Cros, one of the pioneers of this place, died at her home. 13S Mount llermnn Way, lo-day, .She was 77 imi old. HoMdcK her husband, :i ilauchtir. .Mrs. mum i nou, iinn granddaughter, har. MIsj Carrie Cobb, survive lias Hiiinii (irrat Vltnllt) In (ialn Inir Atlrr Grave Illness. Levi P Mm Ion, Yice-President of the I'niled Stales from issu until ixtn and tinv. emor or Now Yoik In 1ml and iwm. Is s yeurs old lo-day. Ho has been III at ins mini, " i mil avenue, but lr. lieiman m, niggs sain nisi night thai Mr. Morton's condition is better than recently nnil lie neiieves me ugen nmii Is holding hi own. No siieclul prep arations have been made for the birthday Mr MoiIoii'b daughters, Miss Helen Morton and Mrs William K. LiikiIs, are with hlin. He Is lint able to leave his room except lor a short time, He spond most or his day reclining nn a couch near a win dow. Hnth Dr lilgg and Mr. Morton's secieUirv said that, his vitality In nil vine fioiii what was considered a grave condition has astonished them, lie was taken III on March s, hut isllleil toward Ihe rial of tlm month. Journalism Hnlldlna Ishrri. Nearly Flu. "II WathlnKlnn Miinure" Is lUiinntin. .May 1.1. Cohan produced "' Washington Square," a new comedy b Wlnchell Smith and Victor Mapes, to-night at Parson's Theatre. The action of the piece takes place In New York nt the prent tlm" and th- story Is told in thiee acts. Tlm cast Included Talor Holmes, Fiederlck Truesdcll, Saul II. Hardy, tleoige Humum. Lily Cahlll, llari'let Dais, (liaie llannan and Nnnette Ft, inc. s, The new comedy will be seen In New York later In the season. The Professional had a tea yesterday wardly pciucful Jean Malison with gramnie began. Some cclims of the lute unpleasant ness could be detected,-but many denied ' that the club would be divided. "Mary Shaw was mistaken when she said she was defeated for the presi dency hy only three wrongly marked ballots." said Miss Maida Crnlgen, the successful candidate. "There was only ' one blank ballot, and If that had been marked for her it would not have been enough to elect her. "Then- Is little probability of a split or a new club. Miss Shaw is too sen sible to start a club In opposition to one that has been established twenty years and has J 10,000 in Its treasury, without members. It Is only that some of tier friends who worn determined to put her tn as president have been saying some very unwise things. "The statement that the ballots were miscounted Is ridiculous, for three of the tellers were Miss Shaw's supporters. "The talk about frivolity Is nonsenso, and us for the card games they arc simply a business matter. Hardly nny nf our members attend them unless they are on the committee, but we Imvo 13,000 a year rent to pay and our dues nre only 17. Any of our members may have the privileges of the club nt any time; she can get mail here and she can use anything In our ward lobe. f she has a modern part we lend her 125 without security, or more up to $125 with security. That means that she Is free to take her engage ment and make a success of It, "As to any feeling that any asso ciate members Imvo too much tn say, wo are glad to have them take the In terest they do and arc only sorry we cannot make them full membcis, but our constitution limits uh to actresses, Journalists and musicians. Artists, doctors, lawyers and teachers can be only associates. Miss Shaw Is one of tlm strong supporters of this condi tion, but I feel that If we are to lie a real professional league wo ought to change, wttli tho times." .Xrn lurk I'lilverall) lo llxlenil nnl Cxerclses. The plans for the commencement at N'ew York l"nlverlty beginning June 1 aie being ai ranged for on a much linger scale this ear than ever before, nccordlng to the announcement of Chancellor llttm" esterd;i The univeisity senate at Its T"?jUli in January appointed a sub-committee t take up the matter of changes In th commencement exercises. These plans are now being carried out. The alumni wl' get invitations and It Is expected tha many will be back for commencement day.' !,..f-.l (.lYmt Im l.plin- mail.. In hvp Aiiotner apprehension which may at , milo nf each of the the ear classes any time iiecome tne cause oi war Th" Mulshing touclus iim being pill on the School of Journalism building at Co luinbla, and It is probable that pint of ll will bo open for luspfctlon on Cnliiinhlii's coinuieiirciiieiil da, Juii" I. The new ...... I., .. ,1.... Mini... -I rn.'l nn. unit u'lll hnv. sittings for more than a.OOO students1. 1 New Amsterdam Theatre, v Plays and I'lnyera. A benetlt peiformancp for How land nuekstone. the Shakespearian comedian, will be given this afternoon at the Ca.dno Theatic. Klaw & Hrlanger have engaged Macljn Ai buckle for tlm mle of The fjocrnior hi the musical comedy, "Narientanz" (The Fool's Dance), which they will produce eaily next siason. The book has been wiltten by fllen MacDonough, and ts based on Leo ISIrliukl'" comedy of the snme name. The mush' Is by Hugo iliis eiifeld, Over two bundled Scolohtnen nf this city will attend Hninmersteln's Vlrtoila to-night to sie the Maclulne of l hlilne, who Is appealing ill the theatre. The visiting Scotchman will bn escmted to the iheatic by twuily pipers hi Highland inshimc. "The Aig.vle Case." which Is muring Us 'Jinnli peiinriuance at the Crllcilon Theatic, will be done In Palis next season. Fhnnicr Nugent Jeiome, the seventeen, veai-nld ilauiihlii of Hilly Jeiome Hi" song writer, will make her New Ymk debut with .lefftlcbt's "Follies of tills," which will bn produced on Juno 2 at tho MRS. GEO. Y. BAUCHLE IN RENO. Dnngbter of Franklin lyles Will Srrk Annnlmeat. Mrs. lieorge Young llauchle, Ii was learned yesterday, has taken Up a resi dence In Itutio for tha purpose of having her marriage with the grandson of tleoigc Young, the licorice mall, annulled, It Is said that Mr. Hauchlo will not contest Ills wife's action, The linuchtcs have been separated a year, although they have been living in filename house. They wern married In 1907. Mrs. Huchlc. Is a daughter of the lato Franklin Fyles, tho dramatic critic. is the fear lest the supplies of food and law material which come to a country over seas should be cut off Such Insul.n countries as i treat lliitalu and Japan lire peeullarlv subject to this apprehension, bene.! the Immense burdens of competitive naval atni.uneiits "A remedy for till" apprehension Is, however, In sight The doctrine that pri vate property should be exempt from capture at eii, as it s ahead) exempted from selzur" without compensation on land, will when adopted by a few nations which maintain strong navies ndleve the nations adopting It from till" fe.u. "The rooting out of the causes of war must be brought about by the slow act ing forces of popular education, public work" of conservancy and preventive medicine, by the progress of inleru.iiiiin.il law and of economic and industrial Ug- Islatlon: b the acceptance and fair execu- i tlon of the 'open doot' polu) , bv the Increase of mutual acquaintance and good ' will among nations, by the concentration of public intuition nn the prevailing wastes, squalors, brutalities, failures ami ignominies of war rather than on Its I occasional splendors of courage, self-sacrifice and endurance, and by the gradual I adoption of the Judicial set..e;nent of In- ' teruatlnnal disputes, both those . already ! brought to Issue and those In the forma tive and Irritative stage" In the courso of an address on "Tlm Kxistinc and Proposed lutein. itionul Courts as Subjects for th" Deliberations ol tlm Third Hague; CniitereiKi'." Dr , Ivtlhii Kiid "The propositi llimln lit the sivoliil Hague conference for the estalilNhmnitt of an international court of arbitral justice was nut intemlcil as a sulistituti for the existing Hague courl hut as .1 new anil additional or:in operating willn international Kinctiou for iho t .. t-i f 1 1-, settlement of dispute between nations. , "To dislodge tlm evistiug trioiinal , from tin position it lias attained, utter an experience nf only lilttvn vein-, and to substitute for it another court, how ever promising the latter, would Im sur rendering a present advantage lor a future possibility This was not the in tent of tho proiKisal when made in imi7, lint to gain support for the now coun so much enthusiasm ha been expended upon it ami ki much criticism has Ixcn directed to some of the features of the existing tribunal thai the mind oi thu lavman at least has Is-en list to believe, that in being 'oil with the new' we are to he 'off with the old ' "Let it clearly appear Mint Hie new com I is to ho n new organ with new Iiiik Hons, permaneut as a couii. not merely ns n panel, continuous in its judicature- ml ministering law iliccsiiil of mere com- ' promise, and heiicn, within ils sphere, a new torce maKiiii; mr nn- peon' in inu world " MAY EXTEND 'CLEANUP TIME. on commencement d.i.v DR. DUHRING LEFT $500,000. I lilverslli of IViinsi Iv nnln Will net i llulL of Forlniie, I'll 1 1. V IU I.IMI t I , Mil) 1.1 i lie ll If Dr Louis Duhring. th" emeritus p o fessnr of dermatology at the 1 niver-ity of Pennsylvania, winch w.isiidmilled toprob ite here lo-day. disposes ol a I.Mio.iski e-iate, of which Jliio. mm noes to hi- inu-lu the llev lleimiin L Pulinnir Two irni funds o' tMi.nmi jt devised to Caspar and W II Duiiring hi- nephews, and one ot f.-.ynno to Ins niece. Carrie Dull ling i lie residiiin v estate, umouulliip lo aboill i;t."i ism. wiil go In ihe 1 mvprslty of Ppiin-yh.iiii i WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Knil.u v Cim.lis tell .V.',mi lo lour daughters nnd six grandchildren An.mi .Iriisiix Pikiisiixs .left Mt.nii lo two adopted rhllihcn, nnie I' Pler-ons ami Henry F lVisons MARRIED. A UK -CHAM! - .Mr nnd Me 1 1 1 . 1 1'll.o.e llllltulltl. . M's III. W llll.im iinn rl tn nf III. Ml I'lui.e. In Ipv. Ui. May 1.. .l.lllllt.'l Koto It Kriine.h Stiav ler cnrr. Kelkwlu, at ill- Ir il.erttll" hy lh linlilf. DIED. -Ann. line Fif'.ilis' Mfl il'.SJ M iy i:. IMS, at hei lit' tl Walnut meet. .MuntcMir, MISS O'GORMAN GETS LICENSE. Senator's ItauKhter Will Or .Married In John A. Ms her Mnr -t. Miss Dolorila O'linrinau, a daughter nf Senalor James A. Oiiornmn, and John Anthony Maker, whoso enginjcnient was nunoiinriil some tinin ago, came to City Hall together yesterday to gel a marriage license. Miss O'liorniiiu and her fiance nilcd out the nei esi-nry papers in I lie since of chief Clerk Scully. Ml-s iPlioriiiaii said Unit she mis 24 veiirs old and thai slm wa horn in .New Sink. Mr Muhcr wtoln hiinself down a broker, aged '.'. Ihe couple will lie lien liisl a week from to-morrow by Mgr. McCrcady at tlio Church of St. Ignatius Loyola. Too Much Itnlililsli WrcU To-rta ' In Handle This Progrn in mr. There is still much woil. on the West side for Ihe spring scrubbers and the cleanup there will have lo be extended probably into next week. The Last Side also was encumbered grcally "Uh inbblsh yesterday, largely owing lo the lack of scows. 'Ihe programme for to-day follows: MMitiMlsii Sect Ida 22 hlxlll ticct, Twolftli klrrct. llroiwii . Avenue A. SmlnnZI Seventh street, Kasl Twrlfthstrctt, Avenue V, lliist lllver. ... Sertlnn :il i:it i'hlrU fo'lrtli slirrl, l.nr; 1'iirllelh slrret, Sixth aveniie In KsH Itlver Serllon II Cast Klit Ulli siren, Ci .Seven ty sfiiiiul street, liflli iivenue In Cast lllver. Sii ilon el Cast Ninety i lrhlli street, Can ln.Mli ktrrrl, liflli avenue In Kasf Hlxrr. hrrllou .Ml furl tlUlli sirrei. I'M nillli fctrrrt, lanov nvrniie to CM lllier, llriiolllST SertliHI Nflilk strrrl, .Slilllll slirei, liflli iinTI in I'ultiia mert. Mellon II I Islilli avenue, (.ircnwiiod I enie tciv norllil. i.ravesenil avrnue, Slvileih nlicct, Bay pittiiusi SVcilon t: -(irave-rml llav , Sixtieth Hpcl USrct)i'iW:: MrtroiBjIltan avenue, .Msnli.it n svei.iie, lirceiipolH avenue Section 27 lialci iivnuie, l.l xt ii. raaWlftrhtf'Cfrvstd to .he b Cleveland street to city llnr. c v::.m.v.n to test. I' nn , N .1 t'lineial Sttiurd.iv .i( 3 I .M. IMCKINSO.S'. At Amhfist. MJf May U. Suiaii Itiiiilliixtfiu (illbrrt. wife of th iati Willi im Aultu Divklnioii. RVANS On Wednesday. .Mav If, I9U. St I linnir in .Mnrrlmiwn N .1, Henjsmpi Vrank li Cvniis. .on nf th llo ,fon Pi-.vn ef Cinclniuii. OhlP K..ii"ul nrvlcfs will I-" held .11 tils Isle r. .lilcnie, Krlilav. ;i-.1u P M Cincinnati niul Denver papers plcane fopy litMI.I.OT.--Krani nl". llenislns Mug "Tilt: I'U.VKRAI. ClitMlCII." '-'H Wet Tuenty-thlrd meet iCiinrl'ell Hulltllnsj 1 I'unersl St Xiraent de Paul Church Friday. It n iloik. LAVVIlCNCli xuddeii'v TliiiriUy evening. la;. is, 11' 1 3, nt Wllliiw IUnk Kluih lng', llpriiilnls llimee. wife of Townsend L.iwreno and lUiishter nf th' h'l" Will iam lUrnes "f llertfnrd, llnglind Notlie nf funeral lleK'lrter. LCnivl'Cl'llf.lt--M Newark, N J Tuemlay. M' 13. 1 13. Julius A L k .1 In I la 111" slviv-niii'li ' '! Pum-rat servbes will held at his 1st litiine. IM Clinton avenue, Nemark N. J.. on Friday. ! ';. at 3, M Mll.l.t'.ll.- l)n Tiu.rml i. May I''. I91. rii.iih. Ausumis Miller. In hi' fifty tchili vear. i-Liner.il .ervlces nt the Church f.n.r llr.tii.i uvtlllic. cnril'-r plftie, llronklyn. on (i.i.iird.iy. .May 17. si .. V M. iiiioi:v .In New Viirk iltv, on i.,.i..i,i. Walter Kullilil St li.ovir.l nUle and Alice KnlKlit SturerS in the 1'uneral de live, at II eiKM.-IMl Sllllllllllj. Ht Athinlli: nn Ma)' Ch-'tl's H. TiKKer--m ml ru in III" luc rmlilenn-, Hound ltrf.nl. N I - "" .iluidiv, May If. nt I . i.i p M Ini'rni' iit prlv.it' nt Our I.efferU the Ith sou ol 3Ttli ear ef Mi as'' ..riiii-k in lirnre ciiurcn, rrnvi- It, l Sitiiid-iy, the 17th Inst. ll'l'IOC.X, UNUMiTAKEBt. i 1 1 1 :i r u.'i (.in u chink E. CIMPIELL MOTOR FMHEmUlATiS