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FIRE ALARM BREAKS
, UP TENNIS MATCHES Fniitlinnipton Spectators Bush Hpltor Skelter Aeross Courts to III IMP. MtS. VAIiKXTIXE'S DANCE .None of the Married People invited Ball To-night at Windymere. , ii itivMrtox, Ii. I Alls. 14. There was mother interesting leathering this morning i.,: tlm lawn tennis tourunment nt tlio Meadow Club. Just nt the end of an cxclt m gntne. thero was nn nlnrm of (Ire from ilic lllatro siren and the orowd ran helter s,elter over llm courts, not in the least minding the players, to see what the fire mUlit be. There was n bin column of smoke from ih- t niut many chased it up In their automobile to find that it wan only a imokIow ablaze and not the country place of Mrs. Arthur H. Clsflln or that of Mrs. Charles T.. Attcrhiiry, both in Hhinnecock Hills, as had been reported. When the ause of the atnoko had been learned it vss ton late for more tennis, so all went to the Imlhinu beach. Ihoie were several newcomers for the tennis, Mr. anil .Mrn. (.' Wheaton Vuimhun Mine frnni Kasthumpton. and .1. Coleman Drayton was with Mr. and Mrs. l.egrand i rirlswnld. Mr. and Mrs. David Wags-taff. who had come from Tuxedo, were with Mr, nnd Mrs. Albert (tallntin. and Mr. and Mrs l.uscne Sunds Wlllanl, who are passing the rummer at Locust Valley, came with Mr mil Mrs. Howard tlrokaw-. IlsChamplon Present. One of the spectators was .lames It. Gray of Port Worth, Tex., who was a lawn tennis hampion In the west of Scotland In 1887. Mus Anna Wright, who raipe back from the llmiisand Islands yesterday to Join Mrs, Walden Pell, was there, its waa also Miss Helen Dlnsmore Muntimtton, who is visit lug Mrs. F. Burrall lloffman. Uter the tennis Mrs. P. A. Valentine iMve a luncheon nt the Hhinnecock Hills (inlf Club for her aorta' young friends, Philip nml Lester Armour, all of whom had been watching the tournament. Among the truest were the Misses Lisa Ktillman, t'rsula Drown. Voulettl Proctor, Kleanor Hartshorn, Constance Peabody, Kalhryn .Motley, Polly Jacob, Gvvendolin Conlon, Ktizabeth Miner. Mary Miner, Tessou Thayer, Margaret Henderson and (ienevleve .sanford: Prod Stillmau. W. Boss l'roctor Jr.. ltlchard Uabcouk, Horry Sproul, Dan- forlh Miller, P. DeooCM. Raymond Komi. Ldward H. Condon, u;:o tiuernscy, .Mar dial I Ituuell and Vernon Uootb, Jr. Ilnnrr nt the Orchard. Mrs. Valentine save to-night nt the orchard, the .In men I,. Breeee place, a dance for the younn friends of her son to which none of the married people were invited. 'I he house is almost too beautiful to call for any further ornamentation, hut there were many palms nnd foliage plants as veil u flower in evidence. Home of the Clients in addition to those at Mrs. Valen tine' 1 luncheon were Miss Josephine Nlcoll, tln Cugenle Philbin, Miss Carol Harrimnu, Mlj Helen Dinsmnre Huntington, Miss Mildred Kite, Miss Margaret Trevor. Miss Ionise Trevor. Miss Winifred Chlsholm, Mi Justine lngersoll, Hheldon Hoadley, Bradford I-ocke, (iporge A. Dixon, Jr., shepard Krech. John A. Larkln, Colin J. oe, Harry Sproul, (ieorgo Trevor, Harry I'ushlnir, Jr., Phoenix Iniiruham, Archibald i. Mcllwalna '.'d, Edmund K. Twining, Douglas Crocker, T. (iiilllnrd Thomas id, mond OTlrlen, brio Winston nnd John N. Stearns. Jr. Mrs. De liancey Nlcoll will giro n bull tomorrow- night at Windymere, her villa on the borders of Iako Agawaui. It will fol low a dinner of forty and Mrs. XicoU's iiiests will number more than 300. A big marquee on the lawn near the take has been l'i the process of construction for several . and it will be connected with the houso by a long covered passageway. Dinners Anaoaacrd. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pelham Kobblns will t--t a dinner In the tea room of the Meadow i In!) on tho night of August Mr. and Mr. Charles CI, Meyer are visltlug Mr. and Mr. Garrett li. Kip. Mrs. Joseph Palmer kunpp mid Mrs. J, Stevens Ulinan will give ilinmirs to-morrow night, taking their tuests afterward to Mrs. Nicoll's ball. Mri, Goodhue Livingston gave a dinner this evening for thirty people, as many more mining in afterward for an impromptu ilxrir... Mrs. Albert B. Boardman of Villa Mllleflore is organizing a committee for the Miflolk County Fair, which will take place in Ithorhead bef inning September 18 and ontiniiiug four days. Mrs. Boardman'a oininltte Is particularly interested in the display of needle work and haa offered a i ri.f of HOD for the best handiwork. Asso ciated with her are Mrs. E. Tiffany Dyer, Mrs IVter H. Wyckoff and Mrs. Thomas II. )irT of Southampton'.IMrs. J. Herman Aldrirh of Hag Harbor, Mrs. Albert Herter, .Mrs, Lorenzo Woodhouso and Mlsa Susan IWrimau of East Hampton, and Mrs. J. llerlwrt Johnston of Huntington. lame w. Barney, who haa been In Ber iiardvllle, X. J is visiting Mr. and Mrs, Goodhue Livingston. ELSIE JAMS EHTEBTAIN8. ke 1 Hostess at I.oncbeon Party nt Narru?anett Pier, N'aiiraoansett Pikr, Aug. 14. Miss K in Janls was hostess at a Casino luiiriieoii narty to-day. and among her sui'ts were Miss M.irKarlte Prescott, Miss iMuil Mersmnn, Miss Emily Randolph, Mlsa ll.mnah Itandolpn, Miss Dorothy Hrfnlre. Mra. Benjamin K. Uatins, Mrs. Joephlno Janls and Miss Marjorle Chase. others on the Plaxn were W. Rusell 1 J e, c. I'. Iteadleston. Malcolm Htoven- - ' and Mrs. John H. Hunan, the last Mim-d of whom entertained a luncheon Tli- jiirht N'orthwlnd has sailed for l.i' Harbor, Me., and Labrador, having .ird John H. Converse. W. P. Stewart, W ..am K. Carter and Herbert Lloyd of ' l.uli l, hi. i. They will cruise for a month a- tlm coast IfalMtd Vander Pocl arrived here with vu'litliiir nnrtv on hoard the Vanldlx, Mil by C!. K. O. Billings of New York. ' nti'rtitlned nt luncheon on board the ni. wh Uh Is anchored In tho Pay, Many niltiiKers are reserving boxes and 1 in. fur the play "Without a Flaw,1 ii will l.i) presented to-morrow night "' the Cns no. Mr mid Mrs. D. L. McKettrick and ' .Mlxri's McKettrick of Natchex, are ' tlm Massussolt. John Carter Brown 1 'd.H of Providence Is at the Gladstono. i i rma MuntKomery Olbson of wash iton, and Mil's Mabel H. V. Kobertson r New Haven are at the Arlington it'KlHtfred t the Casino are deorgo Henry Warren, Jr., of Newport, H. B. Qarston .iiirratison and Mr, ana rs, runer a, llaker of New YorJ Arrivals by the Cunarder Carpathla nom the Adriatic and the Mediterranean A. H. Ashley The Stev. J. P. Powers, he nsv. W, H, Blaek Mr. aaa tin. P. H. ' he Hev. K. W. Graves TrunMLa, -c. ib?li"V TieHev. W.F,BWH By the, American liner New York for nymouth, Cherbourg and iputliamroa ; vtltr wVCirks SXriTMK ItaaU Df.TkataiS.KaliUM CkuawWekk MI8. VANDE11ILT AT LEXOX. Arrives From Whits Mountains- Mrs. Aleaandrr. Gives lllnner. Linux, Aug. 14. Mra. Krenoh Vander- bllt, motoring In Pnmfret. Conn., with William H. Vanderbllt and W. B. Rich- nrds of Washington, arrived at Curtla Hotel to-day from the White Mountain!, Mrs. M, Dwlght Collier entertained at dinner at the Ludlow villa for Mrs. Ucorge A. Adee. Mrs. John K. Alexandre gave a dinner for the friends of Miss Anna R. Alex andre. Miss Ellen Onmmack of Ienox, playing with Theodore Evans of Btockbridge, de feated Miss Ituguette de Poraa and John Sedgwick of Utlca In the finale of the Class A mixed double. Miss Mabel Choate returned to Stock bridge from Marblchead nnd the North Shore. Mrs. Ramson It. Cable, who was n gueat of Mr. and Mra. Walter 8. Cobb, went to New York. Marshall n, Kcr nochan went to Newport to visit his aunt, Mrs, John J. Wyeong. Mrs. Horace Hare nnd C. Willing Hare of Philadelphia ar rived to visit Mlsa Emily Tucktrman In Htockbridge. Mr. and Mra. F. A. Sterling and Mra. G. O. I-amprecht of Cleveland, who were at Hcntnn Hall, started for Poland Springs by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Choate called on Mr, and Mrs. Sterling beforo their departure. Mr. and Mra. Fred A. Brownson, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. George Auchenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 8. Glbbs and James L. Pardee of New York urrlved at Heatnti Hall, Htockbridge. Mr. and Mra. If. I. Allen. Mr. F. W. Kinsman and Mlsa r.llard of New Tork arrived at the lied Lion Inn, Htockbridge. Mr. and Mra. William K. a (IrlswiHri went to York, t'n., to visit Itoger ClrKv wold, a brother of Mr. Grlswold. Mr. nnd Mra. (lorhnm lironks will re turn to Inox from Kurope on October 1. Miss Mary Tuppen was hostess at luncheon at Tauglewood. Mrs. Thomas J. Preston entertained at dinner at the Cur tis Hotel for Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardner Gould of South Orange, who are building a villa on the Plttsflelrt road. Mr. nnd Mrs. Waldemere Otis, Mis A, B. Cook, Mrs. H. 8. Hlnchen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward. Zelgler of New York, Mra. Webster C. Kates. Mrs. Edward Trench ard. M. Ixiuls Estes of Babylon, L. I., ar rived at tho Curtis Hotel. Mrs. Iiwrcnce Tweedy, who was a guest of her parents, denera! and Mrs. Jnmes Brattle Burbank at Brattle Farm, Pittsfleld. has gone to South Orange. Miss Ellis Knowles of f'ensacola, Kla., will arrive, next week to pass the autumn with General and Mra. Burbank. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Backus, Miss Backus and A. Backus stnrted for Elm hurst, L. L Mr. mid Mrs. Francis C. Mo Cully departed for Paterson, N. J. COSTUME BALL AT BAB HAEBOR .4. E. finllatln Is Host at a Large Dinner Parly Also. Bah lUrtnoR, Aug. 11. The nrst pri vate ball of the season at the Swim ming Club was given to-night by A. Eugene Gallatin of New York, with about llfty guests present in costume. Mr. Gallatin wn.i assisted in receiving by hi mother, Mrs. Albert II. Uallatln. and Mis Cornelia Gnllutln. The latter wore a costume of the Louis VI. period. Preceding the dinner Mr. Gallatin was host at a large dinner party. His gucatu were Mr. nnd Mrs. Orme Wil son, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. John lingers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernesto Fubbrl, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Scott, Mrs Albert II. Gillatln, Mlsa Cornelia Uallutln, Misses Katherine am. Margaret Stewart, Miss Eleanor Lawrence. Miss Bell Uurnec, Gen. Horace I'ortcr. F. M. Schmolck. Charles M. Robinson, William Rhlnelander Stewart, Frederick H. Baldwin, M. Tayloi I'yne, Jr., K. M. Drayton, Aletsandrn Fabbrl. Others attending tho Uill were Mr. and Mrs. William May Wright. Mr. nnd Mr, htanley Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. .Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Gard ner Casnatt, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chew, Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. I.inze?, Mrt-. Francis L. V. Hnppln, Coustantlu Brun. the Dullish Minister; Walter do Course) Poultiuy, Gordon Humersley, Livingston Uurrlll, MIhi Aluxuiiilni Emery, Miss Catherine llamersley, itiaa Katherine Force, Miss Catncrinn Miller, Mlc.i I-onle Burrlli. Miss Mildred Dodge, Mtxn Maud Kennedy, Ml-is Ailita l.lving- Bton, Miss Miriam Hurriman and Miss Susan Sturgls. Mr. and Mrs. L. Everett Bradley, who are at Northeast Harbor, had n luncheon party of twenty-one covers ut Jordnn's Pond to-day. Coinposlni: tno tuirty were Hamilton Mabie, Prof. William Sedg wick, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Fruncis Pea body, Sir. and Mrs. Henry Park- man, Mr. Hunter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Mlnot. A party of six was entertained by Mrs. John S. Thachrr. Henry Luue Euo had four guesth at Ida table. Mra. Tracy Dow will entertain u party of thirty at Jordon's Pond on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Prme Wilson, Jr., arrived for a stay of ten days. Mrs. John Midori of Newport arrived at the Loulsburg to Join Dr. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Willys Roeseter Bettk of New York will nrrive on Monday to spend twi w.eks with Mr. aid Mrs. Will. lam Lawrence Green at the Pittrr cot tare. Mrs. J. Stewart Barney, whu Is at Newport, is expected here with a pirty on her yacht. William Force of New York arrived to-day to Join Mrs. Force, who Is visit ing their daughter, Mrs. John Jacob As- tor at La Selvu. Mrs. Joseph Ful- User gave a bridge party at Chatwold to-day. The Rev. F. W, Beekman was host at a dinner party at the Country Club last evening. a masK Dan win do given at tna swim ming Club to-morrow nlghav under au spices of tho club. in the nnals or the mens tennis doubles Edgar Scott and M. Taylor Pyne defeated It. Landruth and L. J. Hender son In Ave sets. Miss Christine Baker save a musicals to-night. Those on the programme were Poitlo Conncll, baritone; Bouarlus Grim- eon, violinist, and Mrs. Ethel Cave-Cole, accompanist. Miss Baker will give another musicals next Wednesday after- nosn. Mrs. Frances Musgrave will slve a musicals nn Monday afternoon, August a, ni tnen nan, wnere mere will be a quartette of ancient instruments. Mrs. Arthur Weeks of New York la visiting her father, Col. Alexander. LONG BRANCH CARNIVAL OPENS. Gov. Fielder Addresses Firemen- Baby Parade To-day. Long Branch , N. J Aug. 14. Oov. Fielder opened the fifth annual midsum mer carnival here to-day by reviewing New Jersey firemen representing a scorn of towns and cities. Ho also gave a talk on tho "Volunteer Fireman," and wound up by calling upon the volunteers to strike for personal liberty. He declared that the day- of the political boss and machine had passed and paid a tribute to President Wilson, who, he said, was the greatest Governor New Jersey ever had. He got a rousing reception. While the Governor waa speaking the early volunteers, those who joined In 1RT2, occupied seats at his right In a decorated wagon. They Included ax-Chlef Thomas L. Worthly, who la also an eg president of the National Association of Chief Engineers; Edmund H. Crark, James H. Wood, John A. Baton, Oeorge K, West, Samuel F. McCloud. John H. Conk, William Hendrlckson and Jamas p. Throckmorton, The oldest fireman In line was- Capt John Ward of Oceannort, who joined the New York Fire Department In 1151, aixty .years ago. Mr. ward js more than go year oia ano sun eiienus nr. To-night there was a display of fire works and band concert. To-morrow will be the annual baby parade. , WHAT TOURISTS BY Manchester, Vt., Aug. 14. Arrivals by automobile at the Equinox House to-day Included the following from New York: Mrs, Warren Thorpe, In a Losler; Otto Boedecker, Mrs. O. Boedecker, Miss I). Boedecker, C. W. Boedecker, Mrs. C. W. Boedecker, In u Pierce; Mr. nnd Mrs. William Pepper, In 1'arkard ; Mrs. L. L. Wjikoff. Master L. I.. Wyckoff, Miss Sarah 1-ott, Mrs. A. Lolt. Miss Anna l-ntt, Mrs. L. II. Dewltt. ill n Peerless; Mr. and Mrs. B. W, Bedell, In a National; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Prltchett. 4r., T. W. Meredith. In a Lozler; Mr. and -Mrs. Wlllli.ni l Colt. In a Cole; Mrs. Franklin Brooks. Mrs. J. II. Brooks, in a Pierce; Mr. and .Mrs. . T. Lindsay, In a Flat; Mr. and Mrs. I-awrence Urecr, J. T, l.unman, in a Chalmers. Lknox, Aug. 14. Automobile arrivals of New Yorkers nt tho Hotel Aspinwull io-aay iiiciunen : Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Schmidt, In a Pierce; J. O. Stokes, Mrs. Aldridge, Miss Cole, In a Simplex; MUs Hodson, Miss Louise Hodson, Master Miles H. Vernon, in a Stevens. Nkw London, Aug. 14. Automobile ar rivals at the Grhiwold to-day Included : Donald Young of Newark, N. J in a Packard; Mr. and Mrs. John Schmelg of Kdgemere, L. I., In & Locomobile; Mr. and Mrs. William C. Breed of New York In a Packard. Waterburt, Aug. 14. Automobile ar NEW SCHOOL PLAN ANNOUNCED. Three Bnlldlans and Athlrtlr Field ( Be Built on nlverdale Lot. Three new buildings and an athletic field for the Horace Mnnn School will be built, it waa announced yesterday, after the sale of ten acres of Rlverdale prop, erty to the Teaohers College by the Dela field estate. The tract Is bounded by 24Cth street, the Post road nnd property lines. A high school for the older boys, a principal's residence and a gymnasium auditorium will be completed this year. The plans are a part of a general de velopment which will take the Horace Mann School and the Teachers College into the country. The present sale adds to a site already secured by Teachers College at Fieldston, Rlverdale. Architect I. N. Phelps Stokes, of Phelps St Stokes, said yesterday that as yet only a third of their plans wsre mature. In collaboration with Edgar A. Jocelyn a aoheme of University Gothic has been devised. The buildings will be in two groups. The Teachers College is to occupy the highlands west of Tibbatt avenue. Thero are to be a number of dormitory .buildings and residences for professors. Work will not start there until nest year. The Horace Mann athletic field, with running tracks, tennis courts, football and baseball fields, forms the centre for the other group. Contracts for this field have been let The high school building will accomodate 300 and will take the older boys from the present school at 120th street It Is understood that accommo dations for girls will bs provided In the other buildings. When finished the group will form one of the most complete nnd beautiful educational centres In the coun try. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Euosne PlTou, a member of the Con solidated, Stock and Produce exchanges, who died on June 5, 1111, left iaif,l7. of which 1121,400 was the value of 100 shares of the Amsrlcan Meter Company. He left I141.TI1 to his widow, Nora M. Pltou, and I6,44S eaoh to his children, Jane N. Argulmbau, Nora P, Pltou and Bugene Pltou, Jr. Wiluam C, C, Mhuuch, who con ducted the Mehlbach Saddlery Company and who died on November 2E, 111, left 147,(11 to his widow, Bllsabeth K. Mehl bach. She also received 117,000 life In surance. NlltsoN Brown, who died In Phila delphia, left an estate of 9318.473. Under a separation agreement he entered Into In 117 with his wife, Hlliabeth L. Brown of Paris, she received an Income of 110, 000, whloh Is continued in the will. The rest of the estate went to his daughter, THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST EVERY MAN SHOULD "Move alongl" AUTOMOBILE rivals at tho Hotel Elton include the fol lowing from New York: Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Roberta, Miss Roberts, Frederick R. Roberts, in a Knox; J. Berbecker, Theodore Sauer, In a Plerce-Arrow : Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weir, In it Packard ; J, C. Cohn and party, in n Simplex. Nkwcastle, N. H., Aug. 14. Among the automobile anvals at the Hotel Went worth to-day from Now York were: .Mrs. J. B. Duncan, with Mrs. Lyndsay .Stewart' of Indon, til a Packard; Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Felton and party, in a Simplex; John Myers and party; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray and party, in a Packard ; Mrs. K. M. Boas nnd party, in a Renault. Brktton Woops, N. H.. Aug. 14. Auto mobile arrivals from New York at the Mount Washington to-day were: Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Bentlcy, In' a Packard: Joseph II, Choate and lait. in n Cadillac; Mrs. Harry S. Foster, Mrs. Jackson Crosby, Miss Crosby, in a Sim plex ; Mr. and Mrs. Carljle Hosklng, Miss Hosklng. the Mlssea Herman. In a rope-Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. William Alden Pratt, in a Stearns: Mr. and Mrs. Jamea N. Hill, In a Plerce-Arrow; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Potter, in a Mnrmon ; James F. Killwood, the Misses Killwood, In a Packard; Clifton '. Chatham, George Arlington, William Arlington, In a National : John B. Moore. Mrs. Fred erick Follensbee, Miss Ailecn Kingsbury. In a Packard; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ste vens, in a Marmon. Mrs. Clarence W. Dolan of Philadelphia, and his eon, Alexander Brown. Gustave W. Ramcr, who conducted the City Flreprooflng Company, and who died on February 20 last, left I67,C3S to three sons and a daughter. Khua F. Hoi.ua, who died on May 13, 1011, left 124, SDS to her son, Samuel, and daughter, Etta Blanche Reynolds. She was In the cattle business with her son. Fkhnando Dsssaukr, who died In Jer sey City, left his estate of 145,436 in trust to his son, Fernando, who had been arrested shortly before his father's death for deserting his wlfa In Mlddletown, N. Y. , Abraham Straus, who died on August 13 last, left IS a weak for Ufa to his sisters Betsey Hart and Tlllle Lewis nnd irnve the rest of the estate to Ills sister Bella Mlllhuuser. Ciiahi.es Kamp left only $1 each to his wife. Ida. of S17 West 120th street and his son. Charles, and gave the rest of his estate to Mrs. Helena Klein of Milwau kee. Bbrnhart NusssAUU, who died on Feb ruary 28 last, cut off his wife, Regina. of 163 East KlKhty-ntnth street, and gave only SI each to two sons, Moses and Jacob, and his daughter Fanny. The bulk of the estate went lo David Nuss baum, a son. Henry Kahk, president of the Sayles Ziihn Company, who died on August 7 last, left his entire residuary estate and his farm, Warwick Manor, In Maryland, to his wife, Mae Ellen Zahn of Plain field, N. J. Upon her death $15,000 goes In trust to her mother. Mrs. M. K. Hughes, eventually the principal goes to the de cedent's brother, Bernard, and sister, Charlotte Edith Kramer. The will di rects that the testator's agreements as to his stock In the Sayles-Zahn Com pany nnd the Walton Hotel Company of Philadelphia bo carried out. RACHti, Sampson, who died on July 30 last, left only It to her daughter, Cells Ellis, and said: "I make this bequest so small for the reason of the many heart aches nd pains that my daughter gave me during my life, and for the further fact that she has become entirely estranged from me." The daughter's children also got It each and tho rest of the estate went to the decedent's three sons and two daughters. Mlsa Blair's Weadlan (. 30. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ledyard Blair announce the coming marriage of their daughter. Miss Marjory Blair, lo William Clark at their home, Blalrsden, Peapack, N. J., on ttvptembar 20. Tentperatarcs at Jersey Resorts. Atlantic Citt, Aug. 14. The tempera ture at noon here to-day' waa 73. Assvrt Park, Aug. 14, The tempera ture was 71 at noon hero to-dajr. 15, 1913. HAVE GEN. JONES, OF CIVIL WAR FAME, DIES Saved Washington From Oh-ii- pation by Confederates "in 1801. LAST HONORS ORDEftKD Man Who "Fay tho Froifrht" Will Have Military Funoral in Riiighanitoii. Bin nil am ton', N, Y.. Aug. H - llanr John Irving Irsued a proclamation this evenlnK honoring the memory of the picturesque figure of civil war das, neii, Kiiwara r Jones, who rtlrtl here to day, lings on all public buildings are ordered to l, placed at half staff. A private funeral will be held nt II o'clock Saturday morning, followed by n Scottish Rite ritualistic burial K..rvl.-, The Inidy will be carried tn the State Armory wnere 11 win lie in t.ii. mull 4 o'clock, when there will be a mliltiirv- funeral under the direction of Gen. Charles. Hitchcock, lommunder of the First Regiment. National Guard. The coffin will be rnrried on a caisson with a mounted escort of Buttery C, first field artillery. The regimental band and an infantry escort of Company H, First Regi ment, will lead the procession. Spanish war und O. A. It. veteraiiH will also march. The coffin will be sent to Boston where another funerul will be held. The body will be cremated there and the ashes burled in Mount Aubuin Cemetery. The scales faelnn' Jones, to ndvcrtl.se which he originated uic tamous pnrase, "Jones, he pays the freight," has been closed since the Gen eral was stricken u-ltt. ....!,.. 1 ----- ... ,,,, iii-iiiuj- rhage a week ago. Kdward F. Jones was Iwn In rtle.i July 3, 1828. At the age of 18 ho went to Boston und secured 11 position in a whole sale dry goods store. Here was begun tho foundation of a career which Included a fortune seeking tour of Barbados and Trinidad, long service In tho civil war and the establishment of the Jones Smile Works nt Blnghamton. N. V, Through his business relations he became known all over the world as "Jones of Blngham ton He Pays the Freight." being nuthnr of the phrase "He Pays the Freight," which has since become a current expres sion. Uen. Jones first entered the service as a private and later an officer of the Prescott Guards, named after Col. Prescott, the hero of Bunker Hill. He was subsequently elected Major and afterward Colonel of the famous Sixth Massachusetts Regi ment, which, under his command, was the first regiment In the country to respond to the call of President Lincoln for 75,000 men. These men passed through New York and Pennsylvania lu advance, of the New York and Pennsylvania troops, were attacked by a mob In Hultlmoiv. arrived tn Washington on the eve of Apt II 13, 1811, where they were met at the station by President Llnooln, who, taking Col. Jones by the hand, said : "If you had not arrived to-night we should have been In the hands of the. rebels before morning." Capital's Fate la Balance. Col. Jones haa been sometimes criti cised for not avenging the death of his comrades and fighting It out with the niuii on ths streets of Baltimore. On this sub ject Oen. Jones In a recent Interview said : "The most Important and momentous epoch in my life waa when, after the attack by tho mob In Baltimore, officers and men gathered around me and begged that they might avenge the death or their comrades. But Inn line between desire and duty waa sharply drawn when n tele gram arrived from Oen. Soott which said, 7 'Let nothing delay you.' By my side stood William Prescott Smith, superin tendent of the Bultlmore and Ohio Rail road, who appealed, 'For Clod's sake, Colonel, give orders to move or It will be ton lute: the trnck is even now being torn Up !' The surging crowd of maniacs yelled defiance. Every Impulse bade me accept the challenge, but I remembered thnt obedlnce to orders was a soldier's first duty," Although not realized nt the moment. Hie fate of the nation hung in the bal ance. The capital was In imminent peril and tho situation was fully resized by the President and his Cabinet nrf well ns iten, Scott, This Is the only Instanca In tho history of the United States whue the President and a portion of his Cabinet left their official domiciles to extend it welcome, It Is generally conceded that tho non -arrival of the Sixth Regiment that night would have resulted in the oc cupancy of Washington by the Con federates. ' Col. Jones afterward recruited the Twenty-sixth Massachusetts Regiment, which was attached to Gen. Butler's division, organized for the purpose of capturing New Orleans. fame to BlnKhaotton In 1N8H, On May 7. 18G3, ho married Susan Anne Brown of Boston, his first wife having died. Hi! wuh a member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massa chusetts for the session of 1H6G. In October, ISCif., be moved to tiinghamton. New York, where he established tho Jones Scale Works, In 185 he was electtd Lieutenant-Governor on the Demo cratic ticket with David B. Hill and In 1S8 reelected. For thu past six years his eyesight rapidly failed, but still he remained the guiding spirit in his vast business enterprises. He wuh a member of the Order of 1' minders nnd Patriots of America, bo ciety of Cnlonlnl Wurs, Sons of the Ameri can Itevolutloii, tlu. lyal Lelon, the Army and .Nay Club of Washington, the Ancient Hiid Honorable Artillery Company of Boston and sevcial other social, fra ternal nnd charitable organizations. BEAR ADMIRAL SILAS CASEY. Served In Civil Wnr and Oner Com ninndeil Pacific Flmt. YVaphinijton, Aug. 14. Rear Admiral Silas Casey, let lied, a veteran of the civil war, died In Warm Springs, Va., to-day. Admiral Casey was born In Kast Green wich, It. 1., In 1S41 and was graduated from the Naval Academy In 1660. During the civil nr he erved on tho Nliixura, the tlnadllla, the YVlssahlckon, the Quaker City und the Winnoskle, He nus promuteil to no Hear Admiral on March 3, 1889. He serVfd as Comman der In Chief of the Pacific Meet from Janu ary 2. 1001. tn Ketiruary 4, 1903, that belnK Ids latt active duty. Admiral Casey was tho sou, of Gen. Silas Cuiey, nhn had a long career In the nnny. One of the Admiral's brothers was Lieut. Kduiud W. Casey, Twenty-second Infantry, who vtau murdered by a Brule Indian In ISM. Another brother Ifl Col. Thomas L. Cuaey, V. S. A., letlred. 1 Waller Alfred Warner. AliHTEiiDAM. N. V., Auk. 14. Walter Alfred Warner, 49 years old, son of the late John Warner, died to-day of acute Hrlnht' disease. He was formerly a member of th- firm of John Warner's Sons, conducting the Progress Knitting Mills. For several yearn be wan asso ciated with the knit goods Arm of John K. Stewart & Sons. His wife and n sister, .Mrs. Benjamin Hoag Simmons, survive him. Thomas K. tlalateaiL Thomas K. Hulstead, deputy city clerk of Jeisey City for forty-eight years, died yesterday at his home, 270 Fourth strct. Jersey City. He was born In Oyster Bay In 1841 and enlisted for the civil war. He was appointed clerk In 185 and held the record In New Jersey for lenutli of municipal hervlce. He Is survived by his wife and son. .Irrnmrlia Ita pel -, .leromeus Kapelyea, whose ancefter, .lorls Jansen Hnpely-ea, setleel In Mnspeth in 1S20, Is ilend III the old Hapelyea home stead. BKed 79 enrs. While a member of the New York Volunteers ut the battle of Fair Oaks he wns crippled for life by two bullets. ASBURY PARK CARNIVAL. llasrl HeiiniHli of n rook I 11 In Be I'rimneil nn Uuern Ta.nlKlit. Acwi'rv Park, N. .1 . Auk.' 14 The car nival will open to-uioiriv night with th coronation of Miss Hazel 1 lorenre lieu man of Brooklyn a ijueen Tltanlii XIII., liiler of the ehlldien t revels. The uuceii will be surrounded by .1 court notuble fur Its beauty. Tlinsu w lm emn pose It will he tho Misses Virginia llupe Keisey, Asbury Park, the I'rinres tin derellu . Kllz.ilioth tillnlmnt, Ticnton Hilda 111, Newark ; Gladys Burns. Newark ; Lnulsn P. Williams, Minneapolis ; Uirrulne lLizelricg, Ahurv Park ; Purls Atkinson Asbury Park; Kdlth B. I.lttauer, YouUer Ituth Montgomery, Ppper Mnntrlult Charlotte Kngel, Philadelphia: Klennor M Waters, Paterson , llasel N, Frlrbee, Belleville, N, J. i Francis Meeske, New York. The coronation bnll with the evcnlnu of August 21. Fielder will lead the grand li held on when Gov. march with (Juicn Tltanla. The ijueen will review the baby pat ad c August 27 on the afternoon of utr of the .orlnl World. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nicholas Longworth are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norman at the hitters summer place In Beverly, Muss. Mrs. Moies Talor Campbell Is visiting Mr and Mrs. Lewis Nlxnu at their cot tage In Southampton, L. I. Mr, und Mrs Herbert L. Satterlee, who nre nt their summer place, Great Head, in liar Harbor, Me., will go to Highland Falls, N. 1 ., for the autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo B. McClellan have gone to Newport for tho remainder of the season. Mr. and Mis. Francis c. Huntington have returned from Stockbridge, Mass, where they bad been the guests of the Misses Virginia and Helen C. Butler. They will pass the remainder of the sum mer at St. James, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. George O. Knapp and Mrs. C. K. G. Billings tire making 11 motor trip through tho Berkshirea They will remain nt Hretton Woods for a brief Visit. Mrs. Arthur J. Cumnock and her daughter, Miss Mary C. Cumnock, who were nt their summer place In Sen Bright, N. J., during the early part of the seuson, are guests of Mrs. Cumnock's mother, Mrs. Walter Cutting, lu South. nmpton, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Brown nre nt Sarauac, Inn 111 the Adlrondacks for sev erul weeks stay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown were making their trip by motor when inn inuenlne linn n mlHhiiti unil lhi'li- f..n !vns towed to Its destination by ex-Gov. .101111 A, utx, who was motoring with Mrs. Dix nnd a party of friends to Glens Fulls, N. Y. Grssisiin, Dictietariei. AUUspsisi. Brentano's'viT" 44 7 MRS. JAMES TO GIVE GARDEN DEDICATION StirprioeR PromiBed To-night nt Beacon Hill House, Newport. DAUCK OX THE WYOMING Officers mid Enlisted Men Hold n Circus at Naval Train ing Station. Newport, Aug. 14. -At Beacon Ulll House, the summer home of Mr. and Mra. Arthur Curtlss James, there will bo given to-morrow night what Mrs. Jnmes terms a dedication of gardens anil dance, for which 3.'.0 Invitations have been sent out. The dedication will be partly on the plan of an afternoon garden fete held at night under the glare of many electric, lights. For this Mrs. James has a num ber of surprises. The dance and supper In the house will close the affair. A dozen dinner parties have been ar ranged for to-morrow night, the guelts to bo taken to Mr. and Mrs. James's home later. Hear Admiral Charles J. Badger of the Atlantic fleet, his staff and U10 officers of the flagship Wyoming gave this afternoon a reception and danco aboard tho flag ship. The guests were received by Mrs. Badger and Mrs. Vegclgesang, wife of Commander Curl Vogelgvsang. The quarterdeck was turned Into a ball room, with decorations of Msgs, bunting und flowers, and the music wits furnished by four of the ship bunds. Thin waa the farewell entertainment of tho olllccrs of the flagship. lnrge Crowd at Naval Fete. There was a big crowd at the naval training station to-night for the fete ar ranged by Capt. Itoger Welles and the other officers of the station for the benefit of the Army nnd Navy Young Men's Christian Association. The station drill grounds were Illuminated and besides fancy drills for the apprentice acumen brigade, singing and musical numbers thero was a circus given by ofllceru and enlisted men. dipt. William L. Hodge in gave a sup per at the Naval War ColltKo prior to the fete. Capt. Louis N. Gulick, U. S. M. C, gave 11 stag luncheon aboard the Arkansas. Mrs. Alfii-d Tuckerman gave a lunch eon at her Kay street home. Mrs. How ard Spencer Graham of Philadelphia gave one nt Whetstone, her home on Knstous I olnt, in honor of Mrs. A. J. Cassatt. also or Philadelphia. Mrs. Henry S. Red mond gave a luncheon on board the steam acht Admiral. Dinner at the 1'itplurs. Hanicl von Hnlmhausen of tho Ger man Kmbnssy gave n dinner at the Pop lars to-night followed by dancing. Mrs. Lewis Cass Ledyard will have u dunce at Sunset Hldge to-morrow afternoon. Tlier will also bu a matinee dance at Houni crest, the summer home of Mrs. Stuatf Duncan. This will be the tlniil session of the season of the afternoon daniinif (In S3 directed by Miss luga Soutum of Norway. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Gillespie, have returned from Providence lo their home here. Arthur Curtlss James ar rived from New York on the Aloha. G. M. Hutton of Baltimore Is nble tn he out ugaiu after :i slight Illness. Ambas sador nnd Mine. Hiikhineteff have re turned from Bar lluihnr and Nahaht. Mrs. Mitchell Chirk and .Mr. and Mrs George II. Hull, Jr., visiting Den. and Mrs. J. Fred Pierson. riglsti red nt tho Ca sino to-day, as also did Miss Helena Klsli, visiting Mrs. Paul A. Andrews: Mrs. it. N. I'fher. Mrs. Vernon Howe Bailey of New York. Miss Helen Sterling of Baltimore. F. X. Keeteo, P. P. Bassett G. A. Andrews and L. D. Causey, I' S N. : Miss Helen M. Weaver Mr. and Mia. Itslph II. Hubbard, Kiederic JuillUril. Mrs. Henry S. Htdmond and Miss Marin Taller. OEN. BULLOCK VISITS WILSONS. Ilrriiiniln's liinernor Sera Prrl drnt'a Wife nt I'oriilnh, . II. f haw whip Notch, N. II.. Aug M Lieut -Gen. Sir 'iieige M Bullock, Gov ernor of Bermuda, who is ;t thu Ci.iw ford House while Lady Bullock and .Vlss Bulloek are In Kngland, motored to Full yuns early to-risy with Gen. W A, Heron lo catch th New Yi rk t xptiss for Cornish so im to spend tlm day with Mrs. Wimdrniv W.hoii and family Me returned this evening 011 the hlt Mountain Limited, Gen. Bullock made the ascent vtster da of Mnui.l Wlllard, when- he was tin pressed by the view, Ho took tea afterward with Mrs. W A. Bui ion nt the bungalow. MARRIAGE NOTICE. CI.AIIK III. A 1 11. -Tho we.lillTB " M Marjory liltilr, ilaiichlei of Mr und M r I.d anl lllalr. in WIIIUiii l lu I ulll luke pliiio 111 Iho bonir of llu brliU'n parent". "Illnlrs'len." Psapa U, N, on the afternoon of futurilai Htplemlier id. DIED. FrtnKBort.v or r r'uneral services will b held al rlmr-l of Zlon and St Tllll'ilhy. 3S! West Klfiv Kekriith .tied, Krlduv, Aul'ui-I IS 1 1 1 A. M. Itclatlv en and frieiula are Inv.ted HBAl'i:. Margaret 0 beloved duuhhtrr 1" Mr 11ml Mr. It. (luce. mil. Ion Aiisin-l 13 ( Funeral Auguat H. from 1 ehlilen. 0 II Kat IStth street. Itniultm itu hi . Jeioine's Church at 910 A. M. HKDI.KY. tin Aiicust 13. 11 IS, hi ?S AnilrevvH avenue, I'nlvernliy IMn u Clara Jane, wife of Thomas A Hi ey Kervlces will l held at SI .lame.- Kpls copal Church, Jerome melius ami SI Jumea plate, Haturtluv. .MiKit l,: 11 o'clock. KKMI'SON.Huddenly, nt Trenton N J on the lSlh lnt Julie 1 1 r I Keinpso.' of Mount Vernon, N. Y, widow ot l' P, Terllus Keinpson. Bged 7S ear. ltrlatives and friend are invited In ailvml Ilia funeral services nt ft Luke Episcopal Church. Metm-h-n, N J n Friday afternoon ut S t30 o'clock Tr n Itavra PeniisilvanU Station P30 1' M, Interment si Metuilien, N. J. LOPTUs). 1)11 AllBUst 11, Kittle. Hel n "TUB fUNUUAI. I'llt'ltCII." 511 vtt Tant-lhlrd street il-'runk II. lamp lull UldS. I. Fllds). 10-S uiloik. An!"' mobile cortesc, KILKY, On Wftlnesilu), Aiiriisi I It. 111 resident, 131 Tompkins avenue. Hick lin. Bernard 11, nil.). Funeral from SI. Ambrose's I'liiiuh. 'lic-ip kins und Be Kalli uvrnuei, Simri'v moritliiK at U:30. Ilelatlves and frli'ii'1 respei'tfully Invltid In iillen'l I nn luriil al st John's lennier, I'MIWTMIIU. FRANK E. CAMPiELL illi SI Ml' f I I . 1:1 J 1 1 ill 1. 1.' MOTOB FUNERALS Ovn equipment, haves Hid 1 nnd cxiwiivs. At. oennltrles. Any dlstinic. ,l altnutl koise intct.