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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.
44 7 GOVERNOR'S DAY AT I JERSEY HORSE SHOW I i Fielder anil His Stnff Greeted it It Cheers at Long llrnneh. l. (!AY WITH COLOR mill Mrs. Alfred (J. Vnndcr lull anil Otlirr Society Folk in Attendance. 1 v luuv H, N Iil- .H. II wa r ,, . ,,t dav ill It"' horse show, nml ,ii,i :i an o'clock tlu Governor if , ,, ,,f New .ler-ey, limit- I' Fielder, i i i.ifl arrived at Hollywood Park, t weie met I'V 11 committee In llnrrv content, president of the M, . iili rotint v Horse Show Association, p I i nev, Hrnedlct .1 Greenhut ami Will hi II tnlernn, who escorted them to it l,ov lii front or Hi" grand stand Th, -tuft Itieluded "'" Wilbur V Sadler, rol frank M Taylor. Lieut -Pol William 1 .,,,. l.ioiit -o1 William G. Sehuurtler, ,al.i George F I'erkln. Jr , Capt ttnlph I tuuu:c iimU'npt Sackett M. Dickinson. H,rlr nrrlMil was announced by the playing of Hull m tin- Chief" by Sehwnb' baud, wl a tn-y made t lit-lr way out the lawn there were many cheers. ll.erc via another good attendance of , i anil t lit lawn were again bright -uh hnml-oiii" costumes. Mr anil Mr lf.rd tl Vnmli'rlillt, who went to New r l.tt t.leht, en me early to tin- show thl !. . i ium n. tiikiiii! pocion of box III. They were almo-i the tlrst to arrive With Mr. ml Mrs ahilerbllt were Mr and Mrs. .latne McUekar. Mis- Kthel McCormick ud Monon MnrrI Mr and Mr Thornton Woodbury, who i.vic over fioni Seabright hud In their ,,., r John F Muhlstoill, Mis Marie HI.ni. he l'niidnan and Thornton Woodbury, ji Mr ami Mr. Henry Scllgmun, Just In, k from I'.iirop''. accompanied by i .md Mis Fred l.ewisohti, Ml Henee Waerltlin and -Ml ttwcniioiyn noruiesr some In llir tlinri. With Mr and Mrs Wuhan! nerve were Hi. Florence Hague of Newark, Ml (h.-ioti Hllnirerland of Poiighkeepsle and 'PihmuI I). rrenhaw of Ittctortown, Vn. lit ilie box with Mr Fnblm Saxe were Mr. Mr l.owl Ihttikcl, Mr. Bernard Zwel g.itt Mr Julian T Suxe and Mr. Jay I'.n,.-K Mr- Sanford Wolf had with her In one M ih" boxe Mr llarrl Franklin. Mrs. Ilirv Mueller, Mr. I) Soil llltterbind and lie Mi-e Tiara and Merle Simon. Mr in I Mr llenedlel .1 (Irceithitt and Mi Finny Greenhut were in the box with Mr mid Mr .1. II. tireenhut. Mnoim other in the boxer, and promen Mlui4 on the lawn were Mr .uvl Mr. H. li W ,.1'iiu'on, Mr and Mrs,. Simon H Gnll ..r Mr . W lliihell. Mr. .loeph Volgt l , i hi imga. Ml(!eore llarrl. Morgan i i M ititagne, I'tlgnr Glhbes Murph. , w I't.'r Murphy, Isaac Slnim. Mr and M - h.irle. Kli miser, Mr. I.eo Shb'lnirer, ' ' . nin Fatten, Ml Unworn. Mr. and it. h.irle- A It'iiidoiilm , Mr I'h.irlf .1. . i ill. Mi Amelii Sibwali. and l).ilil i - iter, -"-eretary of State or New Jerney, in I Mi ('rater. l- Mr.. J Tilbot Kelley. Ml libl v. Uklii. Mi Item Kelley. Mi Mirie UDonobiie. MIhm Arllne l,utten. Mrn. niphlne tteynnld. Mr. Thotm J. Uennii. M . .leanette Ahreim. Mliw ('lira Walker, .Mr ,iiid Mrs. 'lhom-ii V Arrowmith, Ml U)iile Arrow minth, Mb l.illlm Woolley, i vrll N.ithan, Mis Katberlne Meenin, Mr Mmhew llorden. Mrs. Albert Wlttcn lf tx, Mi Stliiller, Mr and Mr Morrl ' k. Ml Iiorolhy lienniid, Mr and 1, . I.eroy W llaldwin. Mli Lucille H'lM- .. r..l lira I II It Mil 1 11 til 1 II . Mf. Hnd Mr. (bin Mliueshelniirr. Mr. 1'. J. )'. Mr- Ilmry Morse. Clarence HoiiHiimn, 11' (ml Mr. Monroe Ho'hsrhild. Mrs. I rank srieemrer and K. F. Darrell. Jinny IIniloin Conlumt'H. ' ti-ua! there wore tinny handom ron i 'iie Ml Vinderbllt worn u iot i of white cra-li finished at the but. h in k with frills of navy blue elilffon. in. k hut wa trimmed with bows c in chirfon. Mrs. Jnineii MoViokar, iei une of white brocaded chiffon, fln I i with b.inilK of black velvet and black d.ip li.it topped with plumes. Ml Kthel M ( .,ii"i(k. i out costume of white Herite v , pencil stripe of dark blue, hit of vl ie , I, In and satin. " I'.li hard Iteoves, costume of cream tf .ii la, e and chilTon nnd whlto lluuerln h, .i r. aihe.1 with pink rose. Mr. Charle l.riaiu'n, elTectlve tostume of tobcco trow a moire poyltu made, w ith coat ellect r , ,i ui-tco it of white lawn embroidei ed i ' I -null hat of brown btraw with l - i- match. Mrs. l-oo Schleslniier, . -t .n. or black chiffon satin and lace aud i. i but rf black crin topped with pira , i, nines. V- Fnil I.ewlshon. dark blue and white i i I ..am mil white traw hat with blue l.-iii.ers .Mr llenedict .1 (Jreeuhut, ioat in-mi. e or white brocaded serce una larite lit' .,l lute l.eirhorn wreathed with lillc 1 'lie va Iley and pink rose, Mis Fanny Ireiiiliit, white corded silk embroidered i" in', silk braid made with cout eltcct ml Kn of white Milan straw bound with I i.e . .e wcl and topped with u bluo klkri'lte t,0 VERNOR SEES RUNA WA Y. Arrlie .lol In Time u See Willi Ilimli uf Itojnl VletnrU. IVH IlKANCII, N. J.. July JI. OOV. FVIiIrr nud bis staff arrived at the Mon mouth County Horse Show, at Hollywood 1" rk, l.onu Ilraiich. to-day, just In time lo witr.c. a runaway which was the most Htnrtllnir feature of the nfternoon's I" "i: amine. Wn Kmll Seclls's bay II ( iic mare ltnvnl Victoria came Into i lK In the Indies' phaeton class she 1,' ' m Idea apparently that she was not hut her share of the attention. Now I' I Victoria was no nmateur and sho the quickest way to command the 'inn of all spectators, so she shook 1 i ad, wave a squeal and then Klanceil ii'T snoui'ler to see wnm trucvi ii-i - wiie havliiB on Mls Louise Van who was the pilot. Miss Van W'yok ii' ' ' " (iisiiy rrlKlitened, so iioyai vie I' r solved to havn the thlnR over with n 'or all, She turned In the ring, al " upsetting the vehicle, nnd then ' I on a run for her stable. 8he KOt ' i'li the irate, safely, although no one Ik w she nccompllshrd It, for the ' iriazcd the posts as she tore past. v uiilid bystanders attempted to heud ' '' but succeeded only In turning bor p' 'i Into the fence. Hho dashed Into 111' rowd and would hnvo climbed the '" bad not Klorum Green managed to lur bridle and bring her to u stop tfi' being drugged eeveral yards. of the most mtractlve classes of ' i iy was the exhibition of children's I1 ' ' under saddle, where John Mc, 13. J w an, better known as Jack, had of ' i thru- hllver cups and 100 to bu com-I1'-' I for by the youngsters. Miss Mur-i- ' Shims, who rode True Hluc, was 111, l'i., ul vl.l- lk ... ..lu ahu la ".lid" pi ,,uc-i hi hut i ,(n. ... ji.' t 4 years old, but sho rides like an old 1 1 . i k 1 1 (-r . miss (.onsianre itegan, inn U.iiir.old daughter of Thomas J. A U : I .. . . . Uh, ,nn lha win vittllil I J , 7ltv , ., " . , which is a thirteen hand bay mare ' i ioy, ,uss iuuru iiuihiiik, unci 15, tlinwi il llummimr Illrd and cuptuitd I " 'l riunoil, Iliu yeiiow kujiih iu :' sti r Wetuich on a dun gelding, Iiabby, ( Miia liopeton V, Atterbury. won Trz. 11... 1 .,1 .1... II ... thing for whlrh her horses were eligible to compete In the saddle classes. Little Iiilrlcla, which was In the hands of r.inlle Antnnv. ilefii.t aiik ., . Morning Olory, Diana of the In and i .Scftllll It rl uihll.. 11..... ........ i , . . t tl, , . "' ."rtlllUllll, tlllB, . . .ilcUMibons old champion; Heady Money iiliil rhesterlleld went unplaced. Miss At terliury showed the wonderful Nlckle J late In the ladles class and never did bo go so well, not even when he made bis debut at the Uarden last autumn and swept everything before him. The class wim a large one, but Nlckle Plate waa so rnr ahead of all aspirants that the Judges cnllid htm Into the centre of the ring bo tore he had made the circuit many times, riieie were several good ones In the class, however, but most of the specta tors disagreed with the judges In the nst or the nwards. for Instance It did look as though My Hutterfly, whlcii went from novice to champion at I'bilnlleld last year, might have been In the ribbons, and Miss Louise I lea vor-Webb's Poetry looked good to most of the rallblrds. Miss llelle llencb rode lleathei bloom, Mrs. t hill-leu M. Allaire was up on Champ t-lark, .Miss hllen Itassmussen showed l.bony Hoy Miss Van W'yck handled Sultana and Mrs. M. I. Harrett hud her chestnut mare lte,lKht l f these went unplaced, the remaining honors going to Mrs. Clark, on Sir Kvelvn; Miss Margaret Meyher. on lllrrlibiud Hlng. ami Ml.s Margaret Tompkins, on Sheila, the cli.'Mmit mure which won the novice class the opening day of the show. The saddle class for horses over 14.2 hnmls, which willed for amateurs to ride, reiiulred thut all contestants resldo In New Jersey, and some ope called the cup which was offered the consolation cup. Here Pimm (1f ,. ,ffl lm, ,.ev,ir hands of Miss Ilea vor-Webb, came Into her own, for she Is a beautiful mare nnd Well deserved the blue which fell to her lot The awards: Depot wagons or country t.roughm. liiira-- to ,-ouni TO per cent., carriage ami upiMlntinrnta 30 per cent. First nrlj", 50 '-"ml prle. $r, - First, llmll He.lls'. hr. It lliircn second. Mrs. llelle K. HonUtie tin's h. B Irish Uul, third. Kmll jieellg'. rr. Jf'ni S '0-rth. Ml A I,. HtreetU ll.irnis horse over It: .mil not encrtd .1B 'i.'nds.-Hriit prize. ISO; .,iond prlie. ...- Ursi. Alls. Anne Vnuelam's ch. in. I rlncss ghellagh. second. Utnll .Heellg'i hlk. m M.rl.in. third. Until Seellg's th. lit. Hits. .il,lle panles not excfntlng II 3 h.n,l. tn k rlildcn Iiy children under 14 yer of 'K"- rlrst prlie. cup nml ISS. secoml nrlie, eup nnd 115, third prlie, eup Klmt, Ml i onutimce ItiKsn's I) in Joy; sernml, Ml l;'ur. . I'arillns's h. in. HtimmliiK Illrd. third, I-red Wettich's dun f. Ilxliliy; fourth, Mis Margaret .-hulls' m. nt True True. S.nldle hors, iner 13 hnmls nml not ex. rending ISS handa--First prlie, T6; second prlie, 13.1 First, Miss II. 1). Atlertiury's eh m. Patricia, second, IVulter llunlet's b. nt. Mornlnir illory. third. Usorg Itniilig's hr in Dlmi of the Sn. fourth, i" DousUs Frank's ch m. Hetton lllrl I'onle In harness not eirsrdlng 13 1 hnnds -First prlie. HO. second prlie, 1 20 First. Wllllain Zllrr. ,lr' br. m. Hmham N.itty, second. A M. Iluflin-lr b. m Quaker lllrl third, Ml l.aur.i ltsrdlng' h tn Humming Illrd, fourth, Mrs. Frederick Lewlsnhn's h. K. Cricket. Pnlrs of harness hnrse oier 14 3 and nl exeeeillng 1.1 1 hands First prize. ITS; set end ptlie. Hi- First. Kmll eeellK's b. k. Htars unit Sirlpe. scoptl. Kmll S-cIIk's ch. is Flnh nml Frlnc, third. John Dnlye's ro in Qusit llslrn and eli m Mnuntsltter l'rlds , fourth. Miss Ituth Krlinser's ih. k. Ilrtl lUnt and llrllllniitlne. Saddle hore over 1 1 2 hnmls. open only to ,-itliateur" ristdlllK In New Jim) Prlie cup -Flrt. lieorg (i It'ibllK's br, in Dlan.x of the Sea, vcnn1. t tloog'a Frank's ill in. ;. tl.m till I . third. A v. Alkluson's b. t lllghlnnd Fllnir fourth, Dtnlcl IIiiksiii helm's ch k, Wvlnlty. Harness horses ver IS. 3 hands First nrlis. ITS. second prlie. 3S First. Kmll SiellK's br s. Ilaron: seiond, John Doyle's b k Prhu-e Hriiry, third. Lehman HirausVs ti s KMiiant. fourth, linll Seellc's br. r. iHMant i.ad l.adle"' saddle liersci. execMlInK l bands, to be ridden try ladlsx usIiik ld sadille FImi prlie. ITS. steuntl prise, I3T First, Mls II I). Atterbury' nr. g Nli kel Plato, second, W'alur llnni b g Sir Kvelyn. third. A V Atkinson's b g lllithland Fllnir. fourth. .Miss C Jsrti-rson's ih in Shellu. liiinabout hors not undrr 14 3 and not exrtedlnir 15 3 hand", li'iraes to count CO per lent., appointment 40 per cent. First prlie. I"0, second prlie, KS First. Miss Anne VHiielnin's b. tn. Ilrnadlawn Mabl, semnd. I.hmun Strains' b. (. IllauKas; third. William Zlegler's b. g. Lord Delaware. Mare or geldings, K h shown before bitllei' tih-et"lis. burrs to count 0 tier cent, ipp.dntnisnts 40 per lent -First prlie. fju. sutiml prus, -r irsi. t m- uu-iin.-u Farm's b. m. Irvlngton C.lpsy lllrl, second, Kmll Seellc' ch g Flash, third, fl'-orn l-.nldlB s b k Knry Pairs of barnos horsts oier U and not exceeding 1S.3 hands First prise. US. sec ond prise 13 First Kmll Seellg's ch. gs. Flash and Prince, second, Louis Newgasss hr. gs sitorm King and Cambridge King, third. lh llushnell Farm s b gs. The Uov ernor and Th Urneral; fourth. CI. Hobllg's b. gs. Activity and Energy. Qualified ur ilreen Hunters Hrst prlie, IT?, second prlie. S5 First. Ultn Itlddls Farm's Ii. g The Virginian, second. Dlsn helm Farm s ch. in. Irlth Norn, third. Blen heim Farm's ch. g Aristocrat. Pairs of Hunters or Jumpers Propertj of the same enhlbllora to bo shown ovsr the regular Jumps abrtast; tlrst prlie. ITS, second nrlts. 115 First. Cllen Kiddie Farm's b gs. Virginian and Willow King: second, Hlerhelm Farm's b. g, ,Xlgoina and ch. m. Irlih Nora. ponies Three furlonr" on ths flat won by :. J Hngan's ch g. The Thief; Ijxw. rente U. Smith's ch. m Motile illbson second. AT NARRAGANSETT PUR. Mr. "d Mrs. Fell Olx-p lllnnrr for Polo Plnjera nt t'lnli. Naiiiiaoansbtt Piita, It. 1., July 31. The most notable polo dinner of the sea son was given to-night by Mr. nnd Mrs. John It. Fell of Philadelphia at the Point Judith Country Club. The dinner was for 10d guests, comprising the polo players and their friends. A dance after the dinner was followed by a supper nerved nt mlilnignt. given uy airs, uavin SteveiiMJii and Philip Stevenson of New York The dance look place on u plat form built on the lawn of the country cluh. tmiini! those invited were air. nnu Mrs. J. C, Hathborne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I). Mills, Mr. anil -Mrs. Millard I. Sitalclit. Mr. and Airs, licnjamln K. rintin. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Kumscy. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. II. Clothier, Mr. and Mrs. Amhrose r, uiarit. sir. nnu airs. Louis K. stoddarii. air. nnn airs. v, P. Stewart, the Misses Knmlolph, p. H. P. Itandolph. P. S. P. Ilnndolph. Jr., ,loepb II. Thomas, uevereux aiiinurn, .1. it. Wnterbury. C. P. Headleston, Mal- c.ilm Stevenson. F. II. Prince. Jr., V. S. Von Stade, Leavltt J. Hunt. Morgan Ilelmont. J. Austin Armory ana waiter L. tloodwln. Henry W. Harrison gax-o a luncheon for ten of tbu polo players. Mr. nnd Mrs. iticnnrn 1. uiison, wun Miss James and F. M. Vohs, came from Newport by yacht and were entertained nt luncheon nt the Casino by Mrs. William Lee, Jr. The party also In cluded Mrs. David Stevenson and Mist Ilessle Munu khoysen. Mrs. St. John Wood gave a luncheon nt the Casino for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uornl Lambert. Mr. nnn airs, vviinam II. Coombs nnd Hnrry l. Iiouoway. Mr. nnd Ms. Howland D. Allon of New York nrrlved to-day at the Im perial. LONG BRANCH CROWNS QUEEN. Celebration of the Chamber of Com merce Drajlns. Lonu IliiANfii, N.J., July .ll.-Two thou sand persons tilled tno iiroanway ineaire n ..il,t in u-ltnoua the dniihle coronation of iff-inaii. - . : . tlin nnlllea and the Queen. of the Mlsdunimer Carnival given by the Long liruncn t-namner oi Lomiueree. In connection with the coronation a two part prograinpie wbb given consisting of solos, sketches from Hiawatha, recitations, fancy dances, Ac, with Tall F.sen Morgan of Ocean drove In charge. The Queen of the Carnival is Miss Annabel Marie Lind of New ork, who Is spending the summer In Allenhurst. There were fifteen In her party. The King Is Langdon Morris of Long llrsnch, son of ex-Mayor Morris. . . . ..t 1. .. llnllU. I ., a...,.D,.n. 4ne WOCeil III llld ,"l,l-n ,t r., ... FlwinaTaberand the K lug Is Gordon lllddle, Mayor llryant II, New comb crowned both rulers und dfllvrred tho keys to MIkh Lind, who Is known ns Queen l-.ll.uliilli V. The .1.... I... 11 u.111 l,ll ,uv IiVIHdv icoronane'ii wii "n ., ,vv , nlaht and the big oarnlval on August 14 J to ii, with the baby'puada on August 15. "What have I to say to that? Only this: WEDS SOL JOEL'S DAUGHTER. 11 acinar Man Surprised When Stock broker Clalma Ills Bride. Spttlal Cable linpatch to Tut So. I.O.NPON, July 31. Arthur Walter, a London stock broker, surprised Sul Joel, the racing man and South African finan cier, by arriving at the race meeting t Cloud wood to-day, claiming Joel's daugh ter, Doris, as his wife and showing docu ments to proxe that they were married in the Strand registry office on May 10. Walter took his bride off to France for their honeymoon. Sol Joel Is a hrnther or J. H. Joel and a nephew of Barney Harnnto. They both keep large raring stables. J. It. Joel : the owner of Prince pnlatlne, winner or the Ascot Oold Cup, which he purchased yesterday for 2BO,nOO from T. I'llklngton. McCORMICK SAMTJELS0N. C'hlrna-o Man Weds F.ns;llah Olvl at Klrkby-Wlakr, Yorkshire. Special Cahle Tfitch to Tits Sen. LoNPuN, July 31 F.durd Hamilton McCormick, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton McCormick of 11 Hertford street, Mnyfalr, and 110 Hush street, Chi cago, was married to-day in Joint the Hap- list Church, Kirkby-wlske, Yorkshire, to 1'hyllt Mary, second daughter of Mr. and Mr. Francis Samuelson of llreckenbrough Uall, Thlrsk. Freeman I'rrnt lee. NgWAttK Vallky, N. Y July 31, Miss Pearl Marco Prentice, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. William E. Prentice, was mar ried at 10 :30 o clock this morning In the First Congregational Church, to Kdwln A. Freeman uf Madison. N. J son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Freeman of New York. The bride was given away by her father and was attended by the bride groom's sister, Miss M. Kleunor Freeman, as maid nf honor. HtelKllts Mtrans Kngsgeihenl, Dr. and Mrs. Leopold Stelglitx have an nounced the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Flora Stelglitx, to II, Orant Straus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Straus. No date has been set for the wedding. Notes of the Social World. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Steele and the Misses Nancy und Knthryne Steele, who have been spending part of the summer In Southampton, L. I., will sail for Europe to-morrow and will remain abroad until October. The wedding of Miss Nancy Steele und Devereux Mllburn will take place on November 1 in the Episcopal Church in Westbury, L. I. A reception will follow at Sunrldge Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Steele's summer place. Frederic C. Penfleld, newly appointed Ambassador to Austria-Hungary, and Mrs. Penfleld are at the Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Iteach, for n brief stay. Mr. and Mrs, William A. Slnyback are spending the summer nt their country place In Ardsley-on-the-Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin S. Illehardson, who have returned from their wedding tour In Europe, have rone to Southamp ton, L. I., to spend the remainder of the season at the summer plnce of Mrs. Rich ardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen II. Brown. Mrs. It. F. Donnelly is n guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Astor Brlsted nt their summer place in Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McKee of Pitts burg are at the Vnnderhtlt for a brief visit. They will gq to their country place in Portsmouth, N, H. Mrs. William Thaw Is nt the Gotham for a brief stay. She Is passing the sum mer at her country place, As You Like It, In flewlckley Heights, Pa. Miss Hope Hamlltonls In Newport, the guest of Mrs. Andrew Moreland nnd the Misses Moreland at their summer place, Bench Mound. 'Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd K. do Forrest, who have been spending the summer at Hyerwood Brook, In 1-akewood, N. J are at the Vnnderbllt for a few days. Itcur Admiral Thomas II. Stevens and Mrs. Stevens have returned from Atlantic City and are nt the Oothum before leav ing ror rorio itico. Mrs. Colgate Moyt has bo far progressed In her cdnvalibcence that she will leave to-day on board Commodore Herkscher'a yacht for htr summer place, Centre Is land, Oyster Bay. K f-CHFF-$ taSssllBSsBllsBB9ff A I &rco''r'0u70 Mst 9mMMmJm i TOURISTS BY Nhvvcahti.s, N. 11., July 31. Among the arrivals by automobll.s from New York tit the Hotel Wentwortb to-day were: Mrs. William Bradley and party In a Packard; A. B. Schenck and party In a Ford ; J. S. Whlttemore and party In a Locomobile; Mr. and Mrs. II II. Irwin iu a White. Mrs. J. D. Harrison and party in a Peerless. I Lenox, July 31. New Ynrkirs arriving In automobiles nt the Hotel Aspluwiill to-day Included: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Simpson, touring tl, ll,.rLMhlrUM In ,1 - 1.e.,o,iM t 1 Sutton, Miss Doris M. Sutton. Miss Jole j Xf Ulllf. rn ,. it... tn T it. Cli fi ! I ,, j In n Packard; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Van Hanllri. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Chrlstlnn. en route to Maine In a Pope-Hartford: Dr. and Mrs. 11. J. Collins. Mis Jessie Collins, n . , n Xnnnl.uH.... la. " L, t I Mr und Mrs. Charles J. Alton!, Mr and Mrs. Henry S. White, Henry S. White, Jr.. on the Ideal tour In a Packard; Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Crown, Miss Floru Mac Donald, touring the Ilerkshlres In n Stevens; Judge nnd Mrs. Thomas O. Hognn. Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Miss Prances Taylor, on the Ideal tour tn a Cndlllnc; Mr.. William Elder Marcus. Miss June Marcus of Monlclair, N. J.. also arrived en route to Poland Springs In a Packard. Manch KSTcn, Vt July 31. Arrivals by automobile at the Equinox House to-day LEFT FORTUNE IN PAINTINGS. Appraisal of Mchatia l.alnle Mi tins) He Waa Sued for Duties, The appraisal of the estate of Hermann Sehaus. an art denier at 4U, Fifth avenue, who died on February D, 1'JU, shows that a claim for $50,000 was made against him by the Government for Import duties on paintings. The claim was settled before Mr. Schnus's death, and the amount paid dues not appear In the appraiser's to port. Mr. Sehaus left a total estnte of I4S,79, nnd a net istate of MOS.MB. He gave 11113,343 to Ills wife, Sophie .1. Sehaus, nnd left $60,283 to Mrs. Wll helmilie S. Jiinkln, his daughter by n former wife. He left t Sd.ilOil In trut to each of his four sisters and his brother, and the principal of these, fund went to his son, Hermann Sehaus, Jr. HI daughter, Mrs. Jurikln, tins sued to set aside the will on the ground of undue Influence. Mr. Schaus's stock of paintings nnd other urt goods was appraised at $131,974, Ho had $227,342 In securities. The most valuable paintings he owned were tho following: Flnmeng, "Ponapnrte In Italle," $2,000; Marls, "Pink Scheven Ingen," $2,000 ; Troyon, "Montaus," tl.bOO; Boek, "Milking Time Near Voor burg," $2,3K0; Corot, "Le Matin." $2,700 ; Dupre, "Morning," $3,2110; Diaz, "Edge of the Forest," $fi,000 ; Cerium', "l.tt Folle Tullplenne." $2,500 ; JnriUe, "Le uerger," ib.siio; von Lenlmch, "HIs marrk In Uniform," $2,300; Lhermltte, "Ie repas de Molssonneur," $5,000 ; Schreyer. "Cavaliers arabes," $5,000 ; Klrm, "Jour dlnondatlon Place," $4,200 ; Harplgnles, "Le ltulssenii," $4,200, und Israels, "Domestic Trouble," $6,900. BAR HARBOR BAN ON "TROTS." Selectmen Wish to Stop the Ncvr Kinds nf Dancing. Bar Harbor, July 31, The selectmen of the town held a special meeting to-duy to put an end to turkey trotting, bunny Ima ging and other new dances of that kind In public halls. Since no llijuors are sold hero the selectmen are not sure that unoer the law they can stop these forms of dancing. Their Idea Is to keep out the younger element. F. E. Walls, the chairman, stfld tmy would not attempt to Interfere with the amusements of the cottagers, Including the weekly "trots" at the Swimming Club and Malvern House and In one of the private homes. Kimst (Irob, manager of the Malvern House, said that only his gucntn und their friends attend his trots and that they are la bo MBM.puMlo functions. N'lurphy is a rascal! AUTOMOBILE Included the following from New Yosk city Mr und Mrs. A. J. Simpson. In u Packard; O. II. Adams. In a lauler; Mrs. lMwntd Lowenthul ami daughter, Edwurd l-owenthal. In a It.imbler; Mr. and Mrs. Sheppurd Unmans. In a Packard; '"hnrles Itaskervllle, Mrs. Charles Haskervllle, Mis Elizabeth lluskerx llle. Charles Haskervllle, Jr, In n National . Mr and Mr. II L. Coehtane. Mr and Mrs. E. J. Sctyni-er. In a Foul Hiii.TToN Woop. N. II.. July 31 Auto mobile arrivals from New York at the .Mount Washington to-day were. Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 V.-itiderventer nnd Miss Vandervetiter In a Packard : Mr. and Mrs .1. J. Fink In a Pierce; C It. Henedoy In an Abbott : I,, it Colt and party In a Mercedes - Mr and Mts. G. II. Altby, Miss Altby and Italph C. Durllng In a Stearns. Watkhm'k t, July 31. Automobile ar rivals to-day at th lintel Elton Included the following New Yorkers . Mr nnd Mrs. Henry Phlpps on the Ideal Tour In n Plerce-An ow , Miss (. N. Doduo In a Pl.-rce-Arrow ; Mr nnd Mrs. Fritz Acbells in a Pier Artow; II. R. Felton t n route to Lenox In a Simplex. Nkw Loni-in, Conn.. July 31 Auto mobile arrivals at the Grlswnld, Eastern Point, to-dny Included the following from New York : E S, H.ij nor, tn a Packard; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Morstnn, Mr E. M. Sutphln, Mrs, John Mcl.i.in. Mls Jennie Mnrston. In a Panhard . D. odell of fVeksklll. N Y. also arrived In a Pierce. Arrow. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Di Pnii.ti' IUn-h.v Hiss, Jr. ptofessor of bacteriology at Columbia 1'niversity, who died February V" last, left an estate of only l.l.isii, which went to hi widow JoilN llltiDt.l.Y (TMINt.s, a victim of the Titanic ilWaMer, lift Si:in,ir.', of whidi hi widow got tol,.'itl. 'lhe rot went to three .-on, Mr. Cl.KMh.MINK M SII.VKRM4N, who rniidtictcd a ie.il estate concern under the inline of (' M Silverman A Son and d(l March 15, lull, left $1,11,234, but gave nnlv u lite Interest in .vki to her husband, Morris Silverman She bit l.(i tilth to sixteen grtuidi liildrcii, and $4,751 each to I luce sou ami three (laughter. Dr .Ivmis Womis Me Lank, who died at N'orwnlk, Conn , lelt property worth Jtui.ooo iu New orlc, which went lo bis wife, Ade laide L, McLaiie AMI ma Alirnini: Consi., who died May 17, 1012, lilt Hl.v.'l to nephews and nieces, Jri.lA I'lUNKi. isti, who diisl April 18 last, left $-.'s,(i3 to a Hon and daughter Loi'l F. Ill I'lil.KlN, the Hartlnnl, Conn., hotel proprietor who died February K last, left property iu New York worth I2li,45n, which went to hi brother, WiUium E. and Gilbert V,. Ilcublein ClIAM.K F Wisi:, wile manager for the F W. Dcvoe A C. T llaynolils Co,, who died September ., lull, had nil estate of $1115,7113, of which li.'I.CiKI wa the value of TM share of stock in III firm. He left 111 estate to hi wife, wllh the exi eptlon of $3,00(1 to hi sou, Catiikiiini: Joik.s, who died April is, toil, left $142,651 to her son, Mai shall, anil duuglitcrs, Helen .lumen mid Fannie J. Anthony. ,Iank F.l.MnTr, who died Feliiuary in inn, left $:ih,3':u to two sous and two daugh ters. MviUK, SiNor.i: left $'.':i,hiu to a sou and daughter. Dr. HnHKliT Wii.hun, who dletl iu Scot liind, left H',::,li.'.'i to his wife and daughter. UM7aiimii llt'Mriliil.VH, who died June 14, IIH2, left fs.2,215 to her nlive. Annie M. Dlsoswny, Sami'K.i. M. llAtun, who died April 2 last, left '.".i,:ilHi to Ills wife mid sister. Mis. Hi ktiia GoI.hman, who dletl July :, left no will, but had an estate of more then $:umi,ikk) iu personal property. Her son, Julius, of !I2 Fast Seventieth street, was appointed administrator. Mrs. Al.KXANiiy.it 1!. Gun -The will o Mrs, Alary Shlppen Grr, wife of Alexander K, Grr, who died in Brooklyn on July last, disposing of an estate estimated at over .U. .. .. .11... 1 ...,U,.,P.I,1.- Xts tl- I f.ll-'.l.ni, - III.,. ,n," J ..... I receive $i5.ion iii cash nml one-third of Ipe rel(iuc aiicr im'(ik-si hi r.i'tiiveti nave been paid Th l'plcop,il illoicseof Long l.dniid get f'.n.tsio, to be Invested and rein CKIcil Willi the iiiiuiuc to be piid to I lie reel ni, churchwarden and others connected with Christ Church in allutou aud HurrUou treeta. IIOHTB0URNE MIDDLET0N DIES, Trnnafnsliin of ilnnil Proves nf Arall to "air Ills Mfe. Llghtbuurnu Mlddleton, who hnd been 111 fur nplustlo niiirmln In St. Luke's Hospital since July 2s, nnd lo save xvhnse life his young bride, hi father, his btother and two cousins underwent trans fusion nf blood, died nt 1 :GC yesterday afternoon. Acting Superintendent Smith said yes terday at the hospital that there had nex'er been any rhance nf saving the young man, whose vitality ebbed away so fust that even blood of vigorous i datives was of no avail. All who had submitted to the transfu sions In the hope of saving Mr. Middle ton's life were nt Ills bedside when he died. Mr. Mlddleton became 111 when he was on his wedding tilp with his bride, who was Matgiiiet O'Hrlcn of Ogdensbuig. The tlrst transfusion was made on Sun day. His father. A. W, Mlddleton, treas urer of the llrlstol Construction and Smelting Company, lives nt 100th stieet am Fort Washington Park. Mrs. Mlddleliiu gave twenty ounces nf her blond on Tuesday und tlotdon Mld dleton, a couln, gave six ounces. Ster ling Townes, n ft lend, gave lip ten minor! of his blood on Friday. The doctors hud pbilineil to have Mrs. Mliblletnii undergo another transfusion yesterday, but the heat was so great mid her condition so reduced that the blood was taken Instead from Malcolm Middle ton, a I'tab mining man, who uime east to help bis brother. capt. richardTTnorris. Hem of the Hotel Windsor Fire nml n Medal Sinn. Itlcliard J Nnrrl. a retired captain of the New York Fire Department nnd one nf the hemes of the Hotel Windsor tire, died yesterday morning nt his home, I7'l West Eighty-second street, of apoplexy He wns fiO years old. Capt Norrls was nctlng battalion chief and also commanded Engine Company i'iTi, on Forty-third street, between Fifth and Sixth nventies, nt tho time of the Windsor fire He turned In the second, third nnd fourth alarms and with his company was among those who faced the greatest danger. Capt Norrls wns retired In 1901 nnd went to Holyn ns superintendent of the estate of Clarence 11 Mackny Mrs. Norrls died several years ago nnd her hubaud returned to New York to He Is survived by two sons, Hnrold Itlcliard J. Norrls. PROFESSOR JOHN MILNE. Crentor of the Si-lsmoicraph nnd An- thorlty on Knrthiinakrs, Ni'.wi'iiitT. Il. of Wight, July :it Prof John .Milne, F It S , I' (I. S., mililligeugllieer. irenlnclet, world authority on eurtlunuikes and creator of the seismograph, died here to-day at ni home, hhlde House Hill, at the ace of n.l. He wa the author of standard work ami papers on elmograihy, geology, tiiiiieralouy and kindred topic and hud completed before hi death n sclmlc sur vey of the world. Horn at Liverpool in l-.'.O, he wn gradu ated from the Kmc' College and the Iioyai School of Mine. After work In Newfound hud .mil Labrador a mining etiKiueer for Sir Jame Anderson, Cvru Field and others, lie wa appointed geologist to Dr. Ileke's expedition Into northwelern Arabia He spent twenty years In Japan, where he married Tone, the daughter of Horlknwn Norituiie, abbot of GanJo-.il, Hakodate, ittul c-tiihlihfd for the Government ims Minion where earthquakes could be ob served and studied. Iteluriiitig to England, he etnhlihed for the llrltish Aoelutlon a eeitnle survey of the world. For this he travelled through l(ula, Siberia, Mongollu, China, the Kurile Corea, Manila, llorneo, the Australian colonies and the I'nlted Stnte. LOUl's C. P. PASSY. "I'llllier of Ilia- hll Miller of Depiltli'" In Fmnee. I'.U'.I, July .11 The "Father of the Chamber of Deputiei." l,oui Charle Paiiliu P.isy, biiuo'lf a Deputy in addition to being an eminent urchii'alnglt and antiquary, died at GNors, France, to-duy at the age of s.l Louis I "a ., who had heen a member of the Chamber slnre the etiibllhtnent of the Third 1'epubllc, wn a monarchist and loiisin of the late Frederic Pasy. tho famed peace advocate. Wllltnm 31, F.verIM, Haokkttstown, N. J July 31. Will lam M. Everltt. who had been n Council man nnd Major of Hncketttown. suc cumbed ns ii result of the heut yoMerday to an Illness that at first was not thought serious, He was 75 yenrs old. He was president of the Hackettstown Electric Light Company and a director of the llnckettstuwti Mutuul Flro Instirunce Company Ills second wife and one d.iughttr survive him. clerk lleiijuiiiln It. Sonthworth. Itenjnmln Ti. Sotithworth, chief Iu the public works department of the Ilrooklyn navy ynrd, died on Wednesday of apoplexy at his home, 519 Throop nve nue, Ilrooklyn, iu his fifty-seventh year. He had been In tho Government's cm ploym"iit for twenty years. He was a member of the Invincible Club and past muster of Adytum Lodge, F. and A. M. Ills wife survives him. lujor Jesse M. linker. Pit ll.Alini.fi 1 1 a. July 31. Major Jesse M. llaki r, 51 ears old, former District At torney of Delaware county 'and u retired Major of the I'nlted States tegular army, died III Media last night. LEAVES $100,000 TO NURSE. Manufacturer's Widow Makes Pub lic neiinesta of TOO,IIIM, Phovidknck, It. 1., July 31. June Fran ces Drown, widow of Joseph llosers Blown of the Brown & Sharpe Manufac turing Company, In a will tiled In the municipal couit leaves $700, Out! In public In quests beside several hundred thou sand diilltrs to lelatlves and friends. The ltriodi) Island Hospital gets $200, nnu for the erection of the Jane Frances Brown building for private patients. St. Joseph's Hospital gits $25,1)00, Grace lOplscopul Church receives $20,000. One bundled thousand dollais is left as trust fund, the Income to he paid quar terly to the Itev. W M. Chupln, superin tendent of St. Andrew's Industl lul School at Harrington, during his life. St. Paul's Church, P.iwtucket, gets $200.0011. The private bequests include ono of $100,000 nnd a house and lot on Congdon .street to her ntlise, l-Illen Logan. A niece of her husband also get $100,000. Sev eral other friends and relatives get $50,000 and $25,000 each. The bulk of the estate goes to Lyr.i Brown Nlckerson of Provi dence and Narrag.insett Pier. 'IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS." Cnhiirn Plaer Present Hiirlplde' Pln In the Open Air, I Hie ( iltlUlll fliiyirs, in iin-ir sei ic.s ni classic revivals, last night presented the 1 "Iplilgenla In Tuurls" on the green lit 1 1 ti t ti street and BroadiMiy, unibr the auspices of Columbia University. Gil bert Murray's translation of tho play of l-hirlpldis was used. This wns Hie llrst time the play has ' been presented here by the Coburn Players and a special stnge setting had been arranged. Mrs. Coburn. who Is ul uii) h an excellent leader of Verse, was the' pMornlo. "Henry V." will be given to-night. 1'eiiiiieriilnre nt .lerse) llesorik, V "rir CITV .lulv 111 Tin le'llpel.l tuie at noon hero to-day wun s., Amit'itT Park, July SI. Tho tempera I turo waa 71 at noon here to-day. ::,debutantestobe JACK AND JILL DANCE Mrs. Fish's Fnlry Tnlo Ttall Will Tnko lWc nt, Newport This Evening WESTS TO HE IX COSTUME Mrs. .loli n Astor nml Daughter Muriel Arrive on llonril the Yacht Noma. Nlwi'oitT, July ,n -.Mi i readiness for the lalry tale lo.tinne ball to h given Iiy Mr .Stuyveant Fl-li to-morrow- eve tilnitut her summer hntno, t'roway. Mrs. I'Mi ha vii,.i aliolit r.tHi Invitation -Many ctiest linxn arrived to attend the ball and bedes Mr. Fish has intituled In her guest llt nil of the coinmutidliig offi cers of the Atlantic fleet. They with their dre uniform of blue and gold will con trast with the fane)' cotllines of the other guest Mot of the women and tnea will follow out the mIIiom of the hotcs Iiy depicting characters from nursery rhyme und fairy tale. Special slipper will be worn by many of the women, and ilreKstniikerH, costiliners and other huo been working earlv and late for a neck to complete the costume). Ml Flli will li.ne the ground of her estate ami the Interior of her home repre sent ae much a possible a fairyland with electric light and floral decoration. Finn- Dunces Are Arm lined. Tlieie will In- t.enil fancy ilntiee, In cluding a Jack and Jill ipiadrllle by debu tante of tlieseiiwit in charge of Mrs. Whit- ney Warren ami Mr. Clarence II Dolan. The ball will be preceded by several dinners, one ul the largest to be that at Kose Clllf. given by Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs. Mr, .loliti .lai ob A-tornnd her daughter, Ml Murlil Astor, are here at lleeehwood, the Astor summer homestead They ar rived tin morning with Vincent Alor on board the steam vnelit Noma. Vincent Vstorliad Hie villa renovated und Improved. Mi- A-ior I it imI many invitation u nting her and -lie III be among the gite-t at the ball given liv .Mrs l'ih to-morrow nluht. A number of Mr Aior's fotmer .Se.vport 1 1 lend called al lleei huood. Capt .'Hid Mr- Clarence S. Williams entertained at dinner aboard the Iwltleshlp Illiiule llanil in honor of Commander and Mis Victor (ir.ih.im Capt William L. Ilodger wn a dinner host at the Naval War College. I he olllccrs of the llltode Island will give a daiii e mi .Saturday night and the olllcet of the Wyoming on some night week after next Mr Andrew M Mooreland entertained Informally at dinner at llt-ech Mound In honor of Mis Hope Hamilton of New York, a nieie of George Gould, who arrived to vllt Mrs Moreland ami her daughter, the Mlse Moreland Mr. Moreland will en tertain several tune. during the month In honor of her giiet Mi C Odgeti June ha announced a tea for August . The Satterlcea Arrive on Yacht. Mr. and Mr llerlietl h.itterlee ol New otk arrived on the steam yacht Corsair to-day P. A 11 Wldener has returned on the Josephine after hi em-le aloti the Maine coat. A lecture m French on "The Corot ntion of the t.'ar" wa given at the home ol Mr. Leonard M. Thomas. Mr William i; Carter and others rrom here wenl Id .SarrilgHllsett I'n-r to-night lo be gue-t al a dinner given by Mr-. John l Fell and a dunce bv Mr David Stevm son. Mr and Mr l'adl I). Mills ol Phil adelphia will return with Mr Cprltr for the bill to-mortoiv night Mr Arthur Carroll and her mother. Mrs Clermont I. Ilet, are entertaining Frederick Mill of New York JUDGE O'SULLIVAFS FUNERAL Man)- of Ills Friend nnd Associates on the Bench Attend. Funeral service fur Thomas C O'Sul- Ilx'ntt, Judge of the Court of General Ses sions, who died at Spring Lake, N. J., on Monday morning, were held yesterday at the church of the P:iullt Fathers. Six tieth street lind Columbus avenue. Judge O'Sillllvan's brother, the Itev. Daniel J. O'Sulllvati. said a solemn requiem mass. He was assisted liv his brother, the Rev, William J. O'Sulllvati. nnd by Mgr. Mc Mackln. The honorary pallbearers xvere Judse W W. Foster. Judge Thomas C. T. Craln, , Judge Otto Itos.ilsky, Judge James T i Mnlnne, Judge l-Mwnrd Swann. District ! Attorney Charles S. Whitman. Senator James A (VGorman. Justice John W GotT, Justice Charles L. Guy. Charles Francis Murphy, Kmmett Murphy, Thomas J. Itrnily, Daniel Necman, Thomas Mulry, I'dward It. Carroll, As sistant District Attorney Jnincs A. Dele hanty, T. J. Mullune, J. Hcnney and James Ilutler In the church were Justice Glcgerlcb, Justice Brady, Dr Thomas Darlington. ex-Sherlff Foley, Arthur J. O'Kceffe nnd Congressman Daniel J, Hlordan. Many men from city departments also at tended the funeral. The burial wns In Calvary Cemetery MARRIED. KIHKHltlOl-:- llt'MPIIP.HVH, On Thurs ilny, July 31 .it St Oswald's Parish Church, lirasmsre, Knglund, I.ydla Dsll Humphreys, daughter of the Ista J, l.iirl Hell ,iul l.aur.i II. Hell, to IVanMIn Ilutler Klrkhrldr I'AHKKIl-nKWIIt'ltST In the Chantry ef liraee Church, ilrnjilwny and Hleventh strest. no July .10, 1913, Doro thy Arundel, daughter of William Whit well Dew hurst, to Urosvennr Alnstvorth l'urkrr. DIED. llltAUV III I.11111I011, i;iirIuiii1. en Tue-itm, July 22. 1913, Authnnv Mchnlu llr.uly uf Albany. N. V. ruiieial servlies ,it the Cathedral of th lniinnrulnle Com eptlon, Alluny, ,N. v., en .-'turll.ly tnorulng at 9 n'llnek. In terment private MIlJIil.UTON. On July 31, 1913. Jams l.lRhttiuurne, luisliand of I'rum el Mldilletun nud son nf Arthur W and nieanor l.lghttiuurne Mlildletmi, ased U9 eais. I'lineinl services nt '.islilnsln Heights M, II. Church, IS3d street ami Anistrr iliim uveuiie, Humlay uftrruonn, 3 n'clnels. HWIlNfON, -She lah .McCready Snenson of Cnrnwall. N. V.. on Thursday Funeral on Hatunliiy at the Church of lh Asreiisltin, Filth avenue ami Tenlh street, at 10 o'clock, liilermcnt at Woudiaw 11. WAltP At Itoosevelt llnspibil, New Verk. on Wediiesdiiy, July 30, 1913. jnenb FwInK Ward, late of Convent Motion, Madison. N. J In lhe Ut yeur of his arte. Plinernl senli'S al Ills late residem e St Ciilivenl, I'rl'l ll. August 1, ul 3 30 P M CutrliKcs at Convent Htallun HW-altlng the mrlviil nf I.mkuuaiimi train le.iv im. ,, YmU al 2 1' M Interment private m siusari 1 ''in ,si 111 1 1 1