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WEDDINGS OF THE
CLOSING JUNE DAYS MUs Onipo Isabel Ashwrll firidc .f Edward II. , Raymond, .lr. . ' 1TLL CHORAL SERVICE other Wrddinps of Yesterday in This City nnd Else where. Th wedding of Miss Orne Isabel Ash neii, daughter of Mrs. YV, C Ashwell of ''.lmfirld. N J . to Dr. Ildward It, Ray- Jr. of this city took place In the t-'irrh of the llenvonly Best at t o'clock i erdy afternoon, the Rev. Herbert pmm. rector of the. church, officiating, . lstrd by the Rev. Albert Monck, ns t M t rector There was a full choral ervi.e. the vested choir preceding the ' party to the chancel, which was . evirated with palms and Ascension IIIIch. He hrlde entered thu church with .ier t'other Thomas Ashwell, who gave her , -x Her (town was of white satin, with n-g court train She wore u veil of old " lace hld by n wreath of orange i imn and curled a bouquet of white cllds and lilies of the valley. Miss Vn leleltie Ashwell, sister of the hrlde. ! xi the maid of honor. The bridesmaids r the Misses Mary Raymond, sister of 'ie bridegroom. Helen V Sherman and . J'nVlv Hoyt. They woie costumes of pale I k satin and shadow lace finished x Ith eirile and sash of orange velvet rlblion 1 wore white lace hats trimmed with i i, pink tulle and clusters of pink rose tud ur.d carried bouquets of pink roses. Dr ndward Colle was best man. The iher were Pr John W, Dickinson, Dr. M 1'on Cornell, Dr. Irving Cornell. Will- .mi R Smes. Jr.. and Clarence Hellen of s city and K. Akhurst of Oxford. l-.ng-' md After the ceremony there was a recep t on In the ballroom of the Hotel Oiotham. WAGNER WILMOT. Phll-idrtphln Artist Weds Ilia Model for Paintings. PHlt.A0ES.PllU, June Fred Wagner. fA er old, an artist, a regular exhibitor 1- man salons In this country and a n oro'ier of several clubs, was married to das to Mls Kvn Wllmot of Oermuutown, 1 mcdti for many palntlnss. Mrs. NVaitner whs the model for the por t .T! ' Lady With Cup of Tea" shown at the last exhibition of the Academy of tne Fine Arts as a sample of Wacner's wnrk Th will spend the summer at lsl nnd HWcMs, N. J. lahstl Whitehead. M.s Cecelle Whitehead, daUKhter of ihe late Alexander I. Whitehead, was urricd to Charles Hazlett Cahan. Jr.. f 'h.s city In St. Michael's Lplscop.il C' jrch at noon yesterday The cere, noi v was performed by the Itev Dr. 1 iters, rector of the church. TIih brldo enteied the church with Jus. tiee James A. Ulunchar'., u friend of the fani ly, who Rase her away She wore a r, wu of white satin trimmed with duchess and rose point lace, a veil of tulle and tarried a bouquet of white, sweet peas and 1 lies of the valley. There were no bridal attendants. John Hovey of White Plain was best man. After the ceremony there was a small re eptlon at the home of the bride's mother, USD West llfith stieet Mr and Mrs Cahan left for a trip to Atlantic City. They will pass the summer In Hall fax. Hone (irnnt. The Rev Walter K. Howe, rector of the C'- iri-h of the Ascension, Jersey City, and M.ss Frances Gertrude Orant were mar r i i the church yesterday mornltu by H,l,ip Llr.es of the Newaik dloce. VHiowlns th ceremony a nuptial com mvrjor. was celebrated by tne Itev. Gil- ert M. Foxwell, rector of Gracf Kplsco ' ''hurch. l.nlon. N. J. The bride wa "erded by Mls Aususta M. Zetto of . ;, City. The Rev. Henri U. It. Le "erre of the Church of St. Mary the Vlr-t- n. New York, was best man. The hers wer the Rev Thomas A. Hyde of Jry city and the Hev. Frank H. Hal lock of Newark. Darnnby Dunn, The wedding of Miss Lillian Delaney Dunn, t'.h ichter of Mr and Mrs. John Henry Dunn of Newark, and Kenneth Tuttle Burnaby of New York took place In St Peter's Church, Newark, yesterday afternoon MUs May D'.nn, sifter of the bride, was the only at tendant, nnd her brother, Janus C Dunn, '!- best man. Th" uhers were William Neiom, John Kerr, George Allerton, X exander Nlmlck, Carl Haer, Sbelbv Shakle 'or and Geore Mills. After the ceremony bere was a reception at the home of the t ride's parents. Mr and Mrs, fiarnaby .ift for the White Mountains. SprlKK Knppes. A' the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kappes In Center street, Clifton, Staten ''.and. yesterday, Miss Gladys Kappes, trr only daughter, was married to '. hard McLcod SprlRR of New Brighton. The reremony was performed by the Rcx fi'iver H. Barnhlll. pastor of the First r'rsbytertan Church. Stapleton, Miss Ur.e Faul of Clifton was the maid of iirn- Crawford Sprlgg. brother of the I ' legroom. xx'as best man. After the otremony a wedding breakfast was serxed. Low It mllnuer. -. the ballroom of the Hotel St, Regis r.tcht was celebrated the wedding of Ldlth Irene Itudinser, daughter J Hudintrer, and Luirctie Low of city, the Hev Dr. Grossman la'lni! The bride had Mli Irene irer a her maid of honor 'Ihe oilier r. Lin' were the MUscs Lillian Hudlnner rtrda SchlertsltiKer " - Low was his brother's hest man ."hers were M, L. Lew and I'raiv rsr. brother of the bride After th f-y there was a reception Mr. and x have Rone to the White Mountains I.orentien Johnston. """ eddlng of Christian S. Lorentzen H 'ifs Charlotte R. Johnston, a teacher public schools of New York, took a t nlRht at the homo of the brlde'a n 'e. MO West 123d street. Mr, -tUtn Ik a graduate of lielolt College 1 M the New York Law School, and e'emony xvaa performed by his col iFf-mnte. the nex-, Von Ogden Vogt r of the First Congregational Church ' shire. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenlien Kone on a wedding trip to the great MRS, EBEN WRIGHT TO WED. Her llnxnueinent to Connt Kmlllo 41 Serrn of Home Announced, 't Interest to society here is the an roijr.cemen' of the engagement, made kr.own in London, of Mr. Kben Wright of New York to Count F.ml!io del Serra i' "itiif, Italy, Mrs. Wright Is the mother ' I.eta (., Wright, whose engage ment to Grafton H, Pyne of Sew York', was made known several day ago. Mr. Wright closed her New York home nt 10 WfHt Hfty.ililnl -.fleet in April and Mllml for Kurope with hrr daughters, the .Mle I. i'Ih ntiil Anna Wrlclit . iV?;". rli?tf wedding to Mr Pvnc will take pliic" on .Inly .1 nt the home of if .1 ril,l't. ti uncle of the bride, nenr Maidenhead on the 'limine, Kngland The fcretnnny will he lttie"iil liy several relatives from New York. I he weddlna or Mrs Wright and Count net serrn, who a brother of Harnne iromni oi Home, will take place prnbahlv Inter in the summer SOCIETY AT NEWPORT. .Vortrralnii Dniu rr t'.nanaeil to Tench Women anil Children. Newtort. It. 1 , June 2K. Pantomime and classic dances for the women of tho summer colony nnd fairy dances for their children ale being taught In the i drawing rooms of the villas during Hit summer. Miss Inija Sontimi of Norway was obtained as liistiuctor. She will give also exhibition's of her dancing at some dinner parties next month. Mine. DakhmntctT was a luncheon en tertainer at the Russian llmbniisy this1 afternoon Luncheons were glxcn nlol bv Llspenard Stewart and Miss Louise. Ward McAllister, Mrs. I'hatles V Hoff. man was a dinner hostess In honor of her guest, the Itev. William Mercer Gros venor of New York, Mrs. Charles M. I (.'cirlciis Rave a birthday dinner In honor of her son. Harry Uelrlchs. Miss Amy Townsend of New York Is tho guest of Mrs E. Rollins Morse. She will become a guest of Mrs Chnrles F. Hoffman on Saturday Mrs. Stanley C MeCormlck will nr. i rive nt the Thomas cottage from abroad in a rew days. Mr. and Mrs Paul A Andrews went to Hoston to-dax for a short visit Mrs. Wllllcm Grosvcnor Is i-ntei talnlnc Miss Roelker of Kast (ireenwlch. I U V. Gatewnod, I S. N.. ,t. T Slil. Mrs, John W Burgess. Mr and Mrs Stewart Harney. I)r, and Mrs. Henry 'Carton Jacobs nnd George H Davon- Pe - rt of Hoston, a guest of Lyman Colt 'Josephs, were registered at tho Casino I da-'' "r an1 'corgc I.. Hues have re. turned from Lenox Georpe Henry War ren Is hack from New York. Mr and Mrs K. It Hunt nK of Baltimore have ar. rived here. Dr. J. J. Mason is lsltmc In Uar Harbor SOCIETY AT LENOX. Mrs. .Mora-fin mid Mrs. nttrrlee Mo tor to White Mountains Lenox, Mas , June - fier a vltt with Mrs Morrl K .l.sup at Helvolr Ter race ilnce Saturday, Mr .1 IVrpon t Mor gan and Mr Herbert L Suterlee started to-day by automobile for the Whit" Moun tains In the morning play at the Lenox (lolf Club John Hoiheter Ivnt Wirt Wilker, , il-t, John Hoohester bent Micklin Davis. 4, - 1, n - i. Ml i hrl-tine snU- wick beat Ml Swnphro-a Hrlteil. V il. (13, fl-1 Samuel I'rothlnuham. Jr. heat Miss Anna Alexander, .1, il- I fieorife K Turnure, .lr , heal Ml nlta Delatleld. 6 4, Donild KrothlnRh.ini heat Ml irace Ilristed, :t, fl Mr and Mrs. David Turner Dana motored hack to l.enot to-d.iy from Welleley, where they had been xisltlns Mr and Mr, lleor" llaty Blake Mr nnd Mr. Henry O Tall- ...rln.. 1... I.... I I,..-.. .......... M . I "inillir, llV u.-VII Nlll'-I" IH ..UN iitinrn I II .leut at the l'urti- Hotel, have cone to' New York ' Mr. and Mrs l.lndnn W Bates havf1 plans for a new villa at their cut.- on the new Lebanon road Mr Hitc k'nf a con trait for intalllu h water vtem which include- a !;..iki dam Mis .Stlm C Woodford of Sew Wirl; t a ueit of Mrs. (ieorce II Sontlnrd. .lr , on the I'lttsfleld road Mr and Mrs. Hodman t alder ur' xUitlnc Mr Hlchard Watson l.ilder at Four llrcok farm, lyrltinham Mrs. Hubert W. Chapln. who hml been hi her country place in lyrlnuham. hat. tfone to London. Louis l.elt. ( hiln has joined Mrs. Chapln at the Homestead deorirc iUirffltiA'm f.-ll on .i wslk lferi.iv and was hurt so badly thai he i confined to HIS llOtlie. I lie I 01 tier- lir ami Mrs W u Mhuff "r. w ho h id been viltlm; Mls llebti 1'arW. have leturned to .New lorn Mr ai.i .Mrs nim xi i .i iter i i i i.i .. ..i ... .i .i .. i ... i ut in i.iii i ii ai i i en i ii-iiu in in ii. iiim.i) (oitauf in "i r.nriui;e Mrs William H Bradford, w ho w,i oper-an-d on last Friday at her home on the I'lttstleld road. i sainliik- -trenirth rapidly and is believed to rje out or uam;er j Mr and Mrs Miguel It Martinez and Ml-- Carmen V. M Martinez, armed to-diis ut the Maplewoud from the Williams com-meiu-eimnt Xulr. nf the Soelnl World. Mrs W K Vnnderblll. Jr. sailed for L'urop" on the Imper.itor on Wednesday, accompanied by ber three chililieii Lady Hndrteld. who has been passInK i several weeks at Uystr Hay, I.. I , re turned yesterday to the Kl'.z-C.irltoii Mrs Adolph Ludeiiburg and )u-r daugh tr. Miss Hugenle I.adenl.urK. left the Plaza yesterday to pass several weeks at Paul Smith's In the Adirondack Thuy will ito to Newport later Mrs. J. Lee Taller and her daughter. Miss Marie Taller, haxe KOne to their country place at Richfield Sprinss. N. Y for the summer. Mrs. Frederic Shrnll Karnes of Chi- cato and her dauehter, Mrs. IMw aid il .ut.... ,.tfui !h t. .. ti Maidonald at the Vanderbllt Mrs P. A Valentine has gone to Southampton. I I., for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Thaxv 3d of Lakewood are at the Plaza for a brief visit. Among the passengers returning to New York on the Olympic are Mrs. Julian W. Bobbins and her daughter. Miss Julia Robblns, xvho was presented at court re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrldge T i Jerry and tho MIsseH fjerry are returning from Kurope on the Kronprlnzcsiln Cecllle Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge L. Rives are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. William D, Sloane In Lenox before going to Newport, xvhere they will open their summer place, Swan hurst. The first of the series of musical morn ings arranged to be given at sex-eral of the summer places along tno Jersey roast by Mrs. II. W. Hawkesworth will take place to-day at the house of W. S. P. Prentice at Monmouth Beach. THE SEAG0ERS. Some of Tbo.r Wbo Will Sail To riny for Europe. Tassengers by the American liner St. Paul for Plymouth, Southampton : Cherbourg and Mr nml Mrs. Ixrnnsrd I Paldnln Mrs M A. Hurr Mr and Mrs. Lexlle J. Dr and Mr Chnrles W. llllVAl I.teiitmant-rommanilfr V S Miller Mr nrt Vr. W P. Ilijtrlilnson Mrs, James P. Prut .1 I.. Mnden Mr andMrs.Perrlvalll. TruniMi Mr. and Mrs. rrrdnlrk De XVIII Xetr .Inrilln ite flnner Opens. The new- Jardln de Danro on top of the New- York Theatre was opened last night. What was formerly the roof garden has been turned Into a large ballroom. There are a restaurant and a cabaret, An or chestra from the Hotel nector plays. The Place is under the management of William Morris nnl Carter De Hiven. The usual first nlshtnrs at the theatre were at the opening last night. Nearly all the well known people of the stage who are In town were present. Playn and Player. The Incidental mu6lc for "Evangeline.' which Arthur Hopkins xvlll produce at the I Park Theatrs on September 29, will be,Bll on summer vacation. They are the written by William Furst, Misses Ruth Tnft. Jenn Wheeler. Kllnor Kenneth Hill, who played the part of I Van Dyke, Kveleth Derby and Charlotte EnpUsh Kilrlic (Irioo In "Within tho j Baker. Law," has arrlvrd from abroad nnd will! Prof, Fldardo Landl, a sculptor of return to the cast on Monday. , Carrara, also arrived by the Prinze Irene. Arthur Hopkins has taken for produc - tton a new play by Rachel Crother. for which no title has yet been selected. It will be given early In the season. mmmmmm . m.. mm u ' wammm iiHiliiH M Im Anil 1 PifwKfffiK ffim mmmmm TOURISTS BY AUTO. Mr. nml Mr. Kilnnril link of I'lillu- ilelpliln on 'n to l.rlinx. WATLiiDL'Rr. Conn., June ;ii Automo bile .irin.ils at the Hotel Lltan to-day Included Mr and Mi IMw ml Ho' of l'h.l.ide!ptii.i Mi llok. who i fdltor of th J.ritttrt llt,'nr Jnurvnt, tnitb inte' .'St.il !n i (;x .!,mrl'ik' It.-f.ire l.-.ixip foi- i..i be nude a tout of the cit. and cxiresed npprox il of th., m-w r.i,. , nfe pliirintd for the near futur.' In Mr 1 link's part we-.. M.ss Xmialiel llumphi'x I and W . .1 Humphrey, In a Pie'. e-Arrow ! Moitcp I-' Plant left to-day to Join hi yacht. Ihe Lleii.i. which yfsterday won In hei ci.iss in the Se.i .vanhak i race. ! Other ai rlx-Bl .xeie Mr. and Mr- Ofoiae II. Hi, i 'ley of New Yoik iltv on ttie Ideil Tour return In a Paekurd :: . J lui S Nort in .md wife of South Or.inK. N. J tlenrse K M.icomber and xvif? and Mtk Cuirle' of Aiu'Usta, Mi-. en routi t Lenox In a St' etts-Dui yea . Hetity hunun, ,r ' jjr, u, Hrown and' Mtis Prances Smith of Philadelphia on the Ideal Tour' III .1 I i.ri-..riu . m.iii'-s .. . ......... .. ... ... S. I ... lln.L.h III .1 .,,i, xti.s t x f..wein unit Dr. c.ordon IS. Hall of Hiooklyn on the Ideal Tour m j Speaker of the Assembly, n Cole, Henry III. A H. Diss ami ! P. ( ,m, Tom Foley caused It. Reoause New-berth of Newark, tourln I" H, , h?'i" ' ' was announced that "The Tom Foley meis. Mrs D. M Ilrady. Mis. Macdonald. i Ynunirsters " was eolnir It. Chambers and R. V. Mllbr of New , 'S"M' i ' was KOing Yoik to New York In a Palmer Sinner., to give away miniature safes of .Mos Mf. and Mrs. J A. YoutiK. W H. YimtiK j !er Inipri'miahlllty. each one containing and Ml3s N. V T. Young of New- Itochelle . a shiny new Huffalo nickel, wie bits on the Ideal Tour In a Lozler Mrs (,f humanity poured Into that street Thom. 13 A I nacner. Micrman i i n-i anJ Ml!" Lllzabeth Tnacher of i.amotnia. rn null.- ii. ui'ii, linn. Lr.xox. Mas-.. June 2'. Motor arrivals at the Hotel Asplnwall to-day from New Yoik eltx Included: Mr and Mrs. S. C Pettlbone. touring the Berkshire. In a Packard , -Mr and Mrs. H K. Miles, II P. Miles, M! Helen John'on and Mrs O, ,lolinori on the Ideal Tout In an Alco. tr aim ,xir. .i .. Crane, en loute to Bietton Woods 111 a Stevens. Mr and Mrs. W H. Child and Miss Hazel Child., en rout" to Poland Springs In a Pletce, W H Wrlsht. Mrs. Wright, Miss Iieecher and Mis T.lor touring the B'rkshlres In a Packnrd , Miss L. G. Neville, touring the Berkshire In a Locomobile ; Mr and Mrs. Oeorge T Brown on the Ideal Tour In a Lozler. Mr and Mis. It V renders, en route to Manchester, Vt In a Franklin; Mr and Mrs. Georwn H Reaney, en route to Bretton Woods In a Simplex; Mr and Mis. J Fairfield Carpnter and Mrs. T. C. Roots, en route to Boston In a Pierce. John G. Luke, Thomas Luke, W. G. Luke, F G. Tenbroek, on lh Ideal Tour In a Stevens; Mr. nnd Mrs. C R. Boone and MUs Irene Doollttle. touring the Berkshire In a Packard. MASi'llMTF.r.. Vt June ? - xrrlval bv automobile to-day at the Louinox House included ihe following; Mr. and Mrs w ;. Jenkins, V C. Jen kins nnd W Lew-Is of New i ork In a Packard, Mr anil Mrs George Nlrhol of 'Brooklyn in a Pierce- Mr. I'. S Jones of Brooklyn Mr--W J HvUex of Litchfield md Mr L Clemen, of Montclair In a Pierce; Mr. and Mrs Vernon C Brown and Miss K, B. Brun dire of New York ill a Renault. Mr. and Mrs. D N' Kethun of Forest Parkway. Mr" K A Ketcham of Mollis, L. I., and Mr h I'.lx of New- York In a Cadillac; Mr and Mr.' P. W Scott of Toronto in a Simplex, .Miss M 11 Tooker. Ml-s G.Tooker and .Mis A Tooker of Fast Orange In a Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. ,t, J. Barrett of St. Albans, vt,. in a. Maxwell .Mrs. Warren Delano of Sew York and Mrs Fred D. Hitch of Newburifh lu a Packard, Mr. and Mrs, B. W. Arnold of Albany in a Packard. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barney and Mr. and Mr. Walter B. Jncobs of Provdence In a Lozier. SCHOOLGIRLS FROM FLORENCE. Mill Sheldon Brlnu Party of Five for Vacation Here. Mlsn G, Sheldon, who has a school for American girls In Florence, arrived yester day by the North German J.ioyn liner I I'rinzess Irene with Ave of her pupils, 1 He gave up nis studio at carrara to come to tins city una open anomer. tie said he Intended to stay for the rest of Ws life. The Jackals of Finance. TOM FOLEY MAKES 3,000 CHILDREN GLAD and Buffalo Nickels! To Saft Set Yoiiiur Hearts Bentinsr in Oliver Street. ! Th. ,,t IllA InU'.r Iv1t Silt. which are the playgrounds of that sec- Hon of New York, haxe seen a lot of queer things, rnnitin? from a Chinese funeral, with Its tincture of pathos, to a Mohammedan marrUse which, like the ulass of beer, has a laugh in It - but never did they witness u stranger s. ' ictacle than the one yesterday he- for- the home of Alfred K. Smith. i jniw nln.r from nt H..r n irhhir irxe ( nI kll,ivn to the public ns Cherry. ' ;" ' , i They cried, they laughed, they sang. they shunted sibilant Italian expletives.1 There xvero 2,000 of them, perhapd 3,000. 1 v. , happfned the benign Father ! rurrv (l(,,,(t d()Wn frm a wln(Jow nf . 1 ,amps., n.-rtory next door to St. James's Rectory, next door to Speaker Smith's house. Across the street Mrs. Smith sat on a stoop watch ing the niek-e. Men and women streamed In from the Bowery to look. Not a few dressed Immaculutely in a way strange to the neighborhood heard about xvhat xxns happening and found their way there The street had to be barred to vehicular truffle. Because of the crowd the Kaphenelon O Megan Alexandros, which Is a quaint xvny of saying Alexnnder the Oreat'a Coffee House, did a flourishing business. Tho men with the Wall Street clothes xvalked axvay, unmindful of the fresh vegetables; the people from the Bowery smiled approvingly, and In the end the llltln children went home very happy, very tired and very dirty, singing "There Is only one In a million like you, Tom Foley'" - ; ".."" , .' , '"' ... SUFFRAGETTES INVADE CONEY. Parade a Snnilvrlch Women Through Surf tvrnne. Kven Coney Island was startled yea tenlay xvhen a suffrage sandwich parade, headed by Miss Mabel Sehofield ringing a dinner bell, Invaded Surf avenue. Miss Schofleld wae one of Mrs. Pank hurst's assistants and wu prepared for trouble, but none came. The parade, which Included Miss Lill ian Walker. Miss Margaret McLauchlan and Mrs. Besant. returned through the residential part of the Island. The sand wich boards advertised a mass meeting at Seaalde Park Saturday afternoon. ILLINOIS WOMEN TO VOTE NOW. Gov. Dunne' fltgntna- of Suffrage lllll Qaaliaea 1,000,000, Spbinopiclp, III,, June 3d. By signing the equal suffrage hill to-day Oox Dunne enfranchised ,noo,oon women, more than douhllng th" number of women previously entitled to vote in Ihe Pnlted Mates, Senator II S, Magill father of the bill; Mrs. Dunne representing the women of Illinois; Lieut. -Cox'. O'Hara, Speaker Will iam McKinlev and the xvomen of the suffrage lobby saw- the Governor attach his signature lo the bill. CHABAS'S PICTURE APPROVED. "Srptembrr Morn" In Not I'ndrr the Postal Ban. W.xsntNOTo.s, June :e - L'ncle Sam offi cially decided to-day that "September Morn isn't nauahty. Judge William K Lamar, A-sistant At- torne -(.er.eral for the li Oftlce Deoart ment, held that Paul lhala's nuintitii; waon't obscene and that the reproduction of the art work didu t come under the postal ban, Chabas's "September Morn," which shows a maiden wading In a pool and clothed only In diaphanous mist, was hUhly praised for Its beauty when ex hibited In the Paris Sal'on. but tne picture did not really Jump Into publicity In this count! y until Anthony Comstock on May ! last enteied the lir.iun-f lenient i-.il". lerlcs In West Korty-Ulh str.et In this clt while the manager. Philippe orti?.. was out to luncheon and compelled a cletk 1 to remoxe the print from the xvlndou Mr. Ortiz promptly put the nl, ture back in tho window and defied Mr. Corn stock to mako good a threat to "back up a patrol wagon" and bundle exerybody. Including the lady, off to the iolloe sta tion, Por days Mr. Ortiz save forth In tervlews. So did Mr. Comstock, and when In a khort time every eopx of the picture except one had been sold Ortiz xoluntarlly removed the dams.cl from his show window. HENRY BACON CHOSEN. .New orker Naitved a Architect of ,he l?"n Mfmorlnl. Washington, June 26. Secretary of War Garrison announced to-day ' that Henry Bacon of New York has been ac re',,ed a architect for the Lincoln -Memorial to be erected on the Mall In Potomac Park here by the Lincoln Me mortal Commission. Mr. Bacon's design xvas accepted bx the Lincoln Memorial Commission on April Hi, 1912. Congress had authorized an appro prlatlon nf $2,000,000 for the memorial. The design consists of a u-ctangular building with a colonnade of Doric columns forty feet high. Inside ixill be a heroic statue of Lincoln, xxhlle the walls will have In large letters his Gettysburg speech and his second Inaugural address. Mr. Bacon Is 47 years old. He studied at the University of Illinois for a jear and then became a draughtsman In the ofllce of Chamberlln k Whldden, archi tects In Boston. Three jears later he entered McKIm, Mead & White's ofllce. Since 1803 he hag been In business for himself. He has collaborated In more than seventy monuments. SHALL MOVIES BE UPLIFTED? Question That ! to Come Before the Convention in Jul)-. Whether the "eternal triangle" and nlavs that treat of divorce shall be ro- tallied or thrown out by the producers of moving picture Mima may cause some dis sension at the third annual convention of the Motion Tlcture Exhibitors League of America In the Orand Central Palace be ginning on July 7. One faction wants the pictures thrown out entirely and the other holds that the pictures teach a lesson. "The newspaper is the 'fourth estate, said Frank A, Tlchenor, chairman of the executive committee, "but the moving pic ture have become the 'fifth estate.' The dally attendance at moving picture shows In the United States now averages 10,000, 000, and that means that a message may be brought home quicker than by any other means. Gov. Sulzer, District Attorney Whitman and Gov, Cox of Ohio have been invited to attend the convention and make ad dresses. atnrday Half lloliilns for itO.OOO. About 30,000 per diem employees of the city will get Saturday half holidays with pay during July and August. An ordi nance to this effect xvns passed by the Aldermen and signed by the Mayor some time go. it will cost the city 115,000 a week. DUKE OF SUTHERLAND IS DEAD IN LONDON Largest Land Owner in Europe With Exeeptinn Only of Cznr. NEVER A SOCIETY MAN Lover of Outdoor Life nnd One of Most Popular RritMi Landlords. fpeHtil Cnhlr tittpnlr tn Tnt StN London, June The Duke of Sutherland, xvho has been critically 111 for several days, died to-night. Cromartle Sutherland-Leverson-ftowrr, the fourth Duke of Sutherland, ow-ned morn land In Great Britain than any other of his Kind's sulijectn, his total lioldins agRregatlng l,3.Vs,Bod acres llo had title to about one-sixteenth of Scotland, besides x-ast estates in Staffordshire nnd Shropshire It xvn possililo for him to walk from Dunrobin Castle, his seat in Sutherland, fifty miles straight ahead without steppinc on any other man's property He was the largest landowner in Europe except the Cz.ir. He recently sold 60,000 acres of the Sutherland e tates to J. W. Stewart, The Duke of Sutherland xvns known to manv In America. In the summer of 1912 ho visited tho I'nited States and Canada accompanied liy the Duchom nf Sutherland and their on and dniiRhter. Lord Alastair St Clair and Lady Kose mary Leveon While here he cave to the New York Yacht Club the old eagle stern piece that adorned the yacht Atnerici, which won the flrM International x-achl race i tie duko stopped nt tne miz- , x anion lor eeverai nays aiier n innc trip through tho Canadian West and Northwet before returning homo His mission here was to interest Ameri can capitalists) in a scheme for the colo nization of western Canadt with English and American settler" He had previously made several trips to th1". country and Canada Tho Duke was horn on July !0. Is.M He xvas Lieutenant-Colonel of the Suth erland Iltflen liw-ison: a Member of Parliament from Sutherland MSTl-lwni, Lord Lieutenant of Sutherland (so;i. and Mayor of Lotigton (ISBa-lsftoi He cared nothing about Meiet and disliked all kinds of ceremonials. He was fond of sport and country life and his duties as. a great landlord kept him tiusy ana were union to nis. taste Before coming into his title he intro din eil in the Houseof t"otiunoii'i crofter's bill of such a radical character that his friends were startled When ho came into his estates, lie at once grew popular as a landlord by placing stretches of land at the disposal of his tenants The Duke nt Sutherland, then Marquis of Stafford, xvas, married in IsM to Lady Millioent KannySt Clair Krkine,awotnan of much beauty and brilliance hhe later became known as the most demo cratic Duchess in the kingdom The Diiclies was alxvays deeply interested in social questions and has done much to promote the crofter industry Like her husband, she too disliked social func tions. Her literary achievements are well known. The Duke's homes were Stafford house. St. James's, S. W., Tittensor Chabe, Stoke on Trent, I.illeshall House. Newport. Shropshire: Dunrobin Castle, Golspie, and House oi longue.ntitnerianu He belonged to the Brooks, Marl borough, Tr.ix-ellort.. Turf, Koyal Yacht Squadron, ('owes and lioyal Airlotnobile clubs. The heir to the dukedom Is his eon George Oranvllle. born In 1S5. The Marquis, was married In I It 1 2 to Lady Klleen Gwladys Butler, daughter of the seventh Karl of Lanesborough. The heir was late Captain of the Fifth Bat talion of Seaforth Highlanders. WALTER W. BURRIBGE. .Noted renr I'ulnler tiles Mulileiil In xv Mexico, Walter W liurridge, one of the fore most scene painters of his time, died on Wednesday In a hotel in Albuqutruue. N. M. Death was caused by acute in digestion He had Just arrived in the New- Mexico toxvn from the Grand Canyon, where he hud been painting pictures for two months Mr Burridge xxas born In Brooklyn fifty-six years ago In 1903 he executed at the Academy of Music ?200,000 worth of siencrj. Including eighty coinp'ete sets and more than 300 hanging pieces. The wotk was done for Henry W Sax-ace and the scenery was used by the C.istle Sipi.iro Opera Company At various times Mr. Bun Idee was associated with nun prominent actors. Including Otis Skinner. Julia Arthur and Margaret Mather His father xvas Henry Burridge, pro prletor of the old Mnsotib' Arms Inn on Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn As a boy Wal ter Burridge sang in St Ann's Church, the Church of the Itcdeemer nnd St, John's Church, where he xvas the soloist When he xvns 13 years old he xvas apprenticed to Harley Merry, then one of the best knoxvn scenic artists. Most of his xvork was done In the 'West More than thirty five years ago he painted many cyclo ramas. For the Philadelphia centennial he painted "The Siege of Paris" and he supervised the reproduction of "The Bat tle of Gettysburg." He had done much work for Klaw & Krlanger, for whom he recently painted tho scenery for 'The Trail of the Lonesomo Pino." Mr, Burridge had been In the Grand Canyon In connection with some xvork he wns to do for the Panama exposition His xvlfc accompanied him on the trip and xvas with him when he died. Charles I., ttnlle. Charles L. Kalley, known as a breeder of saddle horses, died on Wednesday of pneumonia nt the home of his daughter, 24 Bast Forty-ninth street He xvas here on his semi-annual trip from Kentucky with horses. His visits to the city had been made regularly since tho civil war. He was largely responsible for the popu larity of Kentucky horses In tho East Mr. Ralley was born In Versailles, Ky His ancestors went there from Virginia under the name of Raleigh He leaves a widow, two daughters and a son. In 190t Mr, Ralley was sole Judge of saddle horses at the world's fair In St Louis, and acted for some years In the same capacity at the Kentucky State fair. He owned and rode the first saddle horse, Kstes, to xvin a blue ribbon at the Na tional Horse Show In Madison Square Gai -den, lu 1SS3. Richard Wadainartnn. Sptcml Cable Vtspntch In Tm Srx Rouen, June 2B Richard Waddlngton, a Chevalier of tne Legion or Honor, Senator from the Selne-Inferleure Depart- ment and President ot the Chamber of Commerce of Rouen, died tn-dax, He had been a member ot the Superior Coun cil for the Colonies, nf the Consultation Committee for the Railroads and of tho Commission of (he International Exposi tion of 1900, Mrs. I'helii W. rroxvinllli, Mrs. Phcbe W Arrow-smith, widow of Milton Arrow smith, died eiter day at her home, 170 Clinton strett, Brookln, She xx-as known for her In terest In church and charitable work Three sons, the Rex'. Harold Arrowsmlth. pastor of Christ Church. Bay Riage, Brooklyn! Robert Arrowsmlth and Dr. Herbert Arrowsmlth, nnd one daughter. Mls Edith Arroxxsmlth, survive her. HOBART'S ESTATE $1,465,962. I'nterson Court Atiprnxes Account Inw of Holdings. Faterso.v, N. ,I June 2fi.--Tho per honal cstnlo of the Into Garret A. Hobart. Vice-President of the L'nttod States In President McKlttley s ailtnin Istratloti, xvni llxed nt $ 1, lti.".!fi:.T4 In tin Intermediate .icrottnllni; presented to the SurroKMie'M Court in-day by fciritief I'nltccl States Attorney. General Jnlm W. (it'luRs. The holdinns nf the lute Vice-President were. Iltimls, ?lS,S"..1,ln; sitnclts, $l!t3,!t."i3.ao, niortRanes, $iaT,!5n Pub. lie Service Corporation certlllcnles, tM, 275; bills receivable. $n,0(1n. (In b.irt matisoletnn and plot, 5V.2S.81 : book accounts. $l,snn, office furniture, $2m; Inmraiife, $l,0DO, cash, $S, 17S.J2. The accountlnK xvns accepted and the trustees pot $4,rt77.22 in conimlsskjns. H. L. PRATT GETS FIRE BADGE. .lobnsoli tpre-lnlr t.ninl Work nf Mnmlnrd Oil Fire Tubs. Herbert L. Pratt, vice-president of the Stundard Oil Company of New York, xxms Invited ti Fire Headnu.nters ye lerday, xvhen Comnilssum. r Johnson itave him n cld Kidse that xxdl admit him to tire llne. Th CommlH.'loncr snld he eave the bailee In appreciation of the cooper ition the Stnnd.itd i i' Company had slx-on the ilepartniin, in llshtlnp harbor tires xvlth Its ttiw Mr Pratt cave Jl.ooo tnwud enter taining the visit nc rlre chiefs at the convention next Septemb'f DENY 0HS0L IS RUSSIAN STY. Ilernr Comnilttee n lleport la Mnnder of TllncU llnndreil." Itusslan Sociaiirts In New York haxe receixed this cabb-cr.im fiom the Kueslan Social IVmoc racy cnimnittee in Heme, Switzerland Rumor Ohsol belnc snx fs deliberate slander of Itlnik Hundred "HfsstAN Sochi, Dkmo'-racy Commit- TEE, "'. Slmbow sky, Sec'y " Thl message was tn tesponse to an inUir bv Johann 0!inl'f.' fi ir,ds here ns to the authenticity of n recent despatch from Riga, Itufsla, saving that Ohol was In the employ of the littsslan se'-ret police. WILIS AND APPRAISALS. Wxl. rtr. CfTTIxn. who riled In Plltrtrteld Mass, left an estate of fzsn.n.n) MlRV V. Pir.ms. who riteil .it Itrnnltllne Mass . on June ;t I'm. - H s.ttB.noo to her dauehter, Mary 1" Ferris, and four grand children M.tIV 1 n.iv-.r.itv utin l.t In.lHnUA left S77.41.1 to lier sfiter-, l.nttio Mlirm.-in and Lllzabeth Drowns ClIAIU.Is .1 fl.ll:!. -Mr XrinU Tom mother of Charles ,1 Teare, one of the two pillremeti killed In the pistol battle In Mul berry street on M-iy . took out letters of administration ye-terdav on the estate of Iter -on. she said the slain policeman left j.-t..-.;:1 Jojin- c HMt.t.v. who died in Brooklyn on I ebruurv nun, left a grost estate of $1117,241 Hi xvhlcb was reduced to $i!,Kj sft by obligation. The estate was left in trns lor the widow, Margaret J Reilly. and four children Lpw-Ar.ti .Ifx.ns, who dirJ in Brookb-n on May : list, left an estate of 18..Mio to Mrs Jessie i;. Lamb Bouahton. the oldext daugler or my friend Wehard Lamb " Two brothers, four slter and a score of nieces and nephews were not mentioned. Fr.ANK P. Koksiter of Brooklyn, who died on April left an estate valued at K.o.iioo In trib-t for his sl-ter-ln-law. Emllie h Hossiter, and her three daughters. In .Vex. York To-ilnj, Blind howlers' contest, the Lighthouse. Ill Kast Fifty-ninth street, S P M Lecture on social settlement xx-ork by Rose I.lvlncston, People's Tabernacle. 51 East 1 02d street. S 15 P M. Kxhlbltion of work of students of the New York School of Applied Design for Women. 1G0 Lexington avenue. 10 A. M. to 3 P M. Teiiiiernturr nt Jersey Iteinrts, Atlantic Citt. June 2ij The tem perature at nomi here to-daj xx.is 70. Asm-i: Park June The tem perature at noon heie to-rlaj, xvas 63. TiiiikIiI ctiool llfl-llxe Vrnri. Mintu.i.rnwN. N. x, , jimo a - With the remarkable record of hninc taught school for rlfty-Hve consecutive years, forty-two ycarsof thl- time in the same srhool hcuse, William II Mci:lrov of the town of Warwick ha resigned When he '-ommenced teach ii r he .i it) v r o'd MARRIED. I)0ri i:i,HKKrr!E On Tuesday June .' (513. or Si. Ann' Church, Sut Llnenln. Mnjs . by thu Rev S.imurl e'nelllng. sml't'd bv the Rev John M r Wilson, Anna Itedmsn iWuKhttr ft Mr ami Mr. Arthur Stuirt nidredge, to (terhfii Norm in Hand LANK nvnr.rivxn - On Tiifdsv .Inn 17, In New York fit rr.in " Duncan Bur enne to Arthur Willis I. me. t. Untenant Thirteenth I'nited States Infantry At home. Manila V I . alter September 1. DIED. AI.I.KN. lune 24, Winifred j, Allan, aced 4. Funeral chapel ot the Stephen Mtrritt llurlHl and Cremation Companx-. Har lem branch. :sts Eluhth avenue, near 125th Hreet. Saturday. 1S.30, ARUOXVSMITII Ai her r'ellence, no Clin ton street. rirooklMi. on June ISIS, Phehe Xooi1. widow of Milton Arrow smith nnd daughter of the late itllbtrt and Ida Wood Piatt of Huntington, In hei elnht -eenth ear Funeral at Christ Chun h Clinton ant Harrison streets, Itrookfvn, Saturday mornlnn. June 5$. nt half put 11 o'clock. Interment private It Ik i ,ujt-rl that no flowers be .ent BROWN, June :, ArmanelU rt Brown, aged 73. Chapel Mephen Merrltt BiirUI and Cre. niatlon Company, Eighth nxenuo and Nineteenth meet. Interment Cambridge Clt, Ind. INOF.lt.sOl,!,, Suddenly on June :. in, Harriet Porter Inieranll, wife of naxtd D. Intersoll Funeral sen Ires ai hei late realdenca, 158 West nishty.nrst street, on Friday, the "7th Inst., ai i P. M Intel ment Wenharn. Mass SCHWAl.BK. Aged s7 Catharlns c. Chapel Stephen Merrltt Hurlal and Cre mation Company, Eighth aienue. and Nineteenth street Time later. SF.VF.ft A NCR. I. ou! a II at I'lexeland, Ohio, at Kills P M Wednesday, June :v Funeral Saturday, nt 3 P M from th residence of Dr Dudley P Allen, tin Kuclld avenue, Hex eland ibirlal pr. nt Klndb omit flowers UNUMtTAKKKK. FRANK E. CAMPIELL ,, linu isa, MOTOR FUNERALS 5".. Oivn eiiulpiieiil Sue Mjensr ill I'KHMI M.. IT IIIOMAS A IIAHHIVU, latil; nf lowell, Mats , fnrineilx of lxnl, 1. inland, wlllcommuoi. cstr with Milling, solli'Mor l.rnU, lie will hear el euiiiettalng to Bin am aula ge.