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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.
EDWARD B. M'LEAK
GIVES STAG DINNER
(;rrmn Embassy Bnew New
port Lphso. n Does S. J.
( olford, Jr.
jsEUNS ARRIVE ON YACHT
Rltharri OHinhrill Out in Fonr-In-Ilnnrt
Miss Leary to'
hart This Week.
"umlt, Sept t. -A stag dinner u
given m ' Mlark Point Farm this evening
hv Mrd H McliBBl There nil lunch
mn at Ihi Russian Kmbmy thin afternoon
tnfn hv Atnhsssador and Mme. Bakh-
The flermSII Kmhaasy, which for the
two summer ha been using the Pop
'r. on Laf ny avenue a ita NHM head
nuarter. hap taken the place for next year.
Mr mid Mrs Sydney .F. Colford. Jr., who
ale occupying the Knight cottage on Belle
01 venue, have renewed their lease for
Mr and Mrp. William fioadhy Loew,
l Ip reported, have an option to bay Inchl--:nln.
111 Hellevue avenue, the Llvermore
rotate, on which they have a leaae for two
A dinner n ill he given on Monday night
White lodge by Lispenard Stewart
for Senor and Henora de Riano of the Span
ish legation. Mr Stewart ha aa his guest
kit nephew William Rhlnelander Stewart,
Jr., of New York, who waa registered at
the Casino to-day.
Otbari registered at the Casino wera
Mr Dimhram of Aurora, III., and William
It Sands of New York.
Mi lean Morris la entertaining Miss
Janet Fish st sunset Ridge Mr. and
Mrs Kirov Martinez of Savannah have
gone to New York after their visit at the
MM hlnser King. Mr. Hugh D. Auehln
. lose and family are expected at Hammer -raith
Farm to-morrow after their visit in
Mrs. Mason Gives Moslcale.
A mttttoAW was given at Wabun this
afternoon by Mrs. I J. Mason.
Mr and Mrs. William E. Dodge have
derided upon October t aa the time for the
cloning of their season here.
dinner was given last evening by Mr.
and Mrs Frank K. Sturgl Mrs. Sturgis
sill start Iste this week for lienox and
.Mr stnrgis will go there a little later.
Miss Martha Heeckman will join Mr.
and Mrs. R. b, Heeckman at I.ands End
'his week on her return from abroad. Mrs.
Stanley McCormtok will remain here until
late in the fall before returning to lloston.
Mr. and Mrs. J F. A. Clark will not close
their season here until November.
Miss Louisa Scott has gone to New Y'ork
and tleorge I Scott has returned. Mrs.
S'swbold Morris, who waa the guest of
Mrs. IV. W, Tompkins, returned to Lenox.
Richard (iainbrill was out with a four
iii Hh nil on tin; avenue to-day. Mr. and
Mrs. Hamilton Fish Webster are back from
a motor trjp to Toronto Miss Annie l.eary
will return to New York In a few days.
Miss Lyman to Retara.'
Miss Annie I.yman will return from
lumps this wek and will ome here, aa
will Miss Martha Cod man when she returns
ironi Kurope within a short time. Mr. and
Mrs Daniel B. Fearing, who are in New York
after their long stay in California, will come
here for o short Stay ' their home.
Harry K. Oelrirh "ill sail from London
on October It. Mr. and Mrs Chariot M
"elricbs will Sta here late in the fall. Mrs.
I.yman Tiffany returned to the Laforge
tottageafter a visit in the white Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver laelin are here On
the yacht Speedwell Francis Skinner of
I'.r.ston arrived to-day on the yacht Con
stellation. Eugene Higgins was also a
ahting arrival to-day, he coining on the
Maryaiitha lor a brier stop, sailing again
later in the day for New 1 ork.
i. ration Di Cuahing. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Murray Forbes and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
li, Cin-iiing returned to Boston for the winter
. losing the 1 -edges, which they occupied
Mr Willism 1. Roelker will go to Fren'h
Lick spring when she loses her season
MISS HOLT SURPRISES FRIENDS.
Her Marriage l.aat May t An-nouiMM-d
M m Vivian Holt, daughter of BdWlh
Holt of Fourth street ajid Whitney ave
nue, KlmhUrst, and a member of n mist
ral family and for several years the
leadtt k iprano In the Methodist Church
of Flush ng. furnished a surprise to her
Iriends when it was announced yester
isy ilia' on May ,7 last she had married
lien Jam In iteuhln. who is at preesnt a
Lasso singer in the Centuey opera Com
.ui. T!te bride was not at home to receive
congratulations, but In answer to a tele
lhone message her mother verified the
or of 'he marriage and said the family
new nf the wedding last July, but as
the bride's friend were all away for Ihe
- immor It was derided to postpone the
announcement until fall.
Net SI of Hie social World.
M Evelyn -Tyson, daughter of Mr.
Jsmat Wood Tyson, will be married lo
Derrick Fa her Kidder of Orange, N. J.
lo day, at the country home of her mother
in South Strafford, Vt.
Mrs tleorgt I Maloom and her daugh
ter Miss Hope Malroni, who went to F.u
npa m July, will sail from Southampton
on the st Louis on Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Paul IV Cravath and Mlsa
Vers Cravath have returned to locust
Valley, U I, from Lenox, where they
s ' at by automobile.
Cgpl ,md Mrs Isaac E. Emerson of
Baltimore, who have been cruising on the
' ' Marguerite, are at the Vanderbllt.
Mist Blancht A Stahl will be married
In Myr?? Anton Fluke on the evening of
September 24, .it the St. Regis. Mr. Flnke
si I h R In i le will leave after the wedding
motor tour in the Herkshires and
V hlte Mountains.
Mr hi, Mrs. Frederick B. Jennings,
Who l.ave been In North Bennington, Vt.,
l Ihe summer, are at tbe Vanderbllt.
Mr and Mrs Henry fj, Trevor and the
"I uses Trevor will leave Southampton
next w-i k for Ihe White Sulphur Springs,
Va . to remain six weeks. Mrs Trsvor
will Introduce to society during the white-
lies second daughter, Miss Louise
Mr and Mrs Henry Morgenthsu will
give a dinner and dance at the Rlts-Carl-lon
on .".'ovember 21.
Mi tnd Mrs. Robert U Haoon, who
were In Newport for part of the summer,
sailed ;. csterday on the Kronprlnasssln
Mi and Mrs. Wllber Bloodgood and
M m Itosalls Bloodgood have gone to ths
v 'K m Hot Springs, to remain several
Mr. and Mrs. Henry San ford will leave
"Kigcneid, conn", nest wsek for a motor
trip in Canada.
Mr and Mrs. Shepherd st Defrost
who have been visiting In Lenox, are at
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hah Wohgfer
'ii to to Lenox to-morrow from New -,
lo remain over ths dog show.
Olraud Foatar TIumm. la nuilu SS
v-arioa oa ueresua ut
OOLF WEEK AT 80UTHAHTT0W.
House Parties and Dinners tecldewt
In the Tournament.
KotTTHAMPTON. N. Y Sept. .--Tnc cool
I weather Is Ideal for golf and many pairs
I ran he seen on the links of the National
' Oolf Club preparatory to the annual Invl
tatlon tournament Which begins on Thurs
day, when a qualifying round of eighteen
holes will be played, provision being made
for three Ixteens. The first round of
match play will be in order ths same
afternoon, with a thirty-six hole final on
Saturday and also an eighteen hole handi
cap. The entries close to-morrow and
siready about sixty art on ths list. Mr.
Travis and Mr. Herreahoff will tie anions-
I Ihe visiting players and about twenty '
members of the National club are en- 1
There will he much entertaining Incident
to the tournament and the week end la al
ready taken up with dinner and houss
parties. Among the largest of ths houss
parties will be that given by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blair MacDonald at their villa
overlooking the links of the golf club, of
which Mr. MarDonald Is the president.
They will entertain twenty guests for the
week ertd. giving a large dinner on Satur
Other house parties will be given by Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Byers and Mrs. Joseph
P. Knapp. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Olafltn
are giving a dinner on Friday night at
their villa on Shlnnecork Hills.
John D. Archhold. who has been visiting
his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Y'an Beuren, at Sunnyslde Farm.
Mlddletown. returned to New York Satur
day in his steam yacht Vixen end is now
at his villa Holme Lea on the shores of
Mrs. James Motte Hsrtahornr, her
daughter. Mlsa Eleanor Hartshorns, and
her son Harold have returned to South
ampton after a . visit with Mrs. Warnet
Mifflin la', ils at Bar Harbor, Me. Mr. and
Mrs. Hartshorne will remain here for the
Mrs. F. C. Perkins will leave on Thurs
day for a two weeks trip through the
Berkshire, returning to Southampton for
the month of October.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sage will close
their rottage on Monday, returning to
Mrs. S. T. rostlethwalte, who has been
spending the summer with her daughter,
Mrs. H. I. Cobb, Jr., at Fair l-ea. has re
turned to New York and Is at the Hotel
Mrs. William Manlce will give a dinner
for thirty on Saturday night at her home
on Flral Neck lane.
The fourth of the drag hunts will be
given' by the Suffolk Hunt Club on
Wednesday. Ths h'ounds will be started
near the South Country road at Hay
MANY AT HOT SPRINGS. VA.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waller Olve
Tea on Balcony of Hotel.
HOT Sprinos. Va.. Sept . The Septem
ber season la well under way at the
Virginia Hot Springs. Visitors have been
arriving all the week and bookings for
the next fortnight will fill the Homestead
Mr. and Mrs. K. Livingston Bcerkmai,
with A. l. Chaplu df Providence, came In
a private car and spent the last ten days
here. They put In much of their time
Mr. and Mrs Oliver Harriman and their
son, O. Carley Harriman . Allan McCulloh.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bloodgood and Judge
J. B. Knox are among the week's arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waller of New
Y'ork gave a lea this afiernoon on' the
balcony of their suite of the Hnmestea I.
The guests Included Mrs. Setli Barton
French. Mrs. M. E. Ingalls, Mrs. George
tnghltt, Mrs. Edgar H. Bright. Mrs. Mau
rice 1, Johnston. Miss Margaret Krrb,
Miss Mary I). Brooks. Mrs. It. H. Down
man. Miss Mrhle. Mrs. W. C. Worthingto.i,
Mrs. William .lames, Judge John B. Knox.
W. A. Carter. E. W Sheldon, J. J. Parker
and R. A. Perry, Jr.
Miss Judith Pole entertained at a "the
daitsant" yaatOraaF having aiming her
guests the Misses Claries French. Kath
erlnc Ingalls, Eleanor Bright. Pfitcltlt
Rogers, Rosalie Bloodgood, Catherine
Palmer, Helen Norrls, .lean McAllister,
Eleanor Hopkins, Dorothy Carter and
FIFTY AT BAR HARBOR DINNER.
Mr. Bonier, Mlas inlth and Fred-I
eric Mathews Entertain. I
Bah Ha taut, Sept. . The dinner tlanoe
at the Country ciut tnli svsning was onu j
of the big affairs of the seus'n thei .
More than fifty guests were present it
dinner and enjoyed the dancing In th
Those entertaining were Mis Mols'it
Howler. Miss Isabel Smith, daughter of
Prof, and Mrs Herbert Weir Smith, who
are at Seal Harbor, and Frederic Mathews
of New V.rk, wlm It a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mifflin Leeds
Mr. Mathews's guests were Mr. and Mrs
John D. Rockefeller. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Wood. Mr and Mis Da Witt
Pars ha H, Mr sod Mrs Warner Mifflin
Leeds, Mr. and NPra. Ambrose Taylor. Mrs
John Aspegren. Ir. John S. Thaohtl and
Arrival From Rasjlaad and the
Continent .Some Departarea.
By the North lisrnian Lloyd liner Kai
ser Wllhelm der ilrosse. from Bremen.
Southampton and Cherbourg:
Mr and Mrs lieorgr Col Milton J fore
Mr son Mrs
i.eorxe Mrs Walter K (ilover.
Col. E 0. Halle
Dr Alexis Carrel
Charles K Csilln
The Rer and Mrs
Frank Warrtfld Crow
Charles Stewsrt David
Dr. fJeorgs F. M
Mrs Lillian Russell
Alex van Rrnsellser
A R. thsttuck.
Beiusmin T Fairrhiln
Juilse R 8 Lnrett
By the Red Star liner Zeeland, from
Da, W. A. Rsatsdo rieorse II Eager
Mr ami Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs William
J. Carr i Laidlaw.
The Rev. Mtrhsel Mr and Mrs J A
Dr Chsrlra B Feriu
I Vol snd Mrs. A M
. Green. Jr
II. Randolph nnowl
Mr and Mrs T J.
William II Thorn a.
Mr. and Mrs W W.
Mr. and Mrs Samuel
By the Cunatder Mauretanla, to Liver
Mr slid Mrs. A. J.
Rrnesl .1 Morgen
Dr Jsmra M Hatney.
Mr and Mr. B. H.
C. P Catbn
...... r c n.nMV
! J B. Denma
I H W. Forbush.
Dr. and Ms. M. O.
Capt nertrsnil Stew-
1 George D Forsler
Wsllsr K Btrnbrl.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frederick William Taj-
Granl, Jr. lor.
John Henshsw Mr snd Mrs. Ned
Summer K Hollsndrr. Wsyburn
J. C. 1inmer
L ,k. .i. i.oi.hin leranro of the French
line, to Havre i
The Msrqula snd Mar- TJ e Comte snd Com-
.,,11. a s.vtle lease de 81. Pierre
Mr. snd Mrs. Oeorge The Rev. David 8.
E. Bishop. ..ph"1,! ,a,
' Mrs. Henrr Clews. Mr. sad Mrs. Wllllsat
i Mrs. Wllllsm Corrr. Jr. ddle
Cspt U Devenjrn. , Maxim Han Behmitt.
'Of and Mrs Louis A. B. Uwisrhlll
i n.ha.1 Dr. Maris tllssann.
Mr. snd Mrs M. H. M.-s Wesnor C. Weld-
1. Winter bot ham. Jr.
PLAN UII0V LEAGUE RECEIVES
Brooklyn Clwb Beehs WF Owt of
Ths members of the Brooklyn Union
League Club, which was badly split up
laat year through ths disaffection of the
Hull Moons slsmsnt and has been In flnan-
del trouble since then, .have preotloally
U a, .linen to torn use diis. iost w m
Another scheme suggested waa to pay
It cents on 'ths dollar to the creditors.
one-half In caan ana one-nan it) oonos.
several oiner piai i"
vasal srnsil iwsiiiih. ai as vsaaai en
WOMAN'S LONE TRIP
IN CANADIAN WILDS
Mary T,. Jo lie, Now
Teacher, Visits Little Known
Part of Northwest.
MAKES STUDY OF INDIANS
First White Woman Man? Had
Seen and The) Kejrard
Miss Mary U Johc an Instructor, In
history at the Normal College In this Oltjr,
was busv last night at her home. It
Morningslde Orlve. unpacking iroph... Of
an exploration expedition that took her
for nearly seven w-. eks into th. wilds of
northwestern British Columbia. Pack
smoke of gp fust wood campllres Bfaft
strewn over the Poor of the npartninit
and a suit of corduroy- jacket and riding
breeches that hung from the wall testi
fied to hard usage.
Mis Johe is a good looking woman of
II, She la 5 feet X Inches tall, athletic
ally built and looks an If she would be
able to take care of herself on the trail
As a matter nf fact xhc tUOOeoded where
some men have (Riled. Alone, except foi
an occasional Indian guide, she pene
trated to the unexplored regions of north,
western British Columbia, studied the
Carrier Indians In their villages, made
exhaustive notes on their life and cus
toms and brought hark with her material
that she Intends to use for a book, maga
xine articles and lectures.
Trip Waa Her Sixth.
"I was not g tenderfoot by any means '
said Miss .lobe last night. "This trip whs
the sixth that I have nade Into the far
Northwest within eight years On Julv 10
I left New York, went to prince RupSft
by way of Vancouver, and after oiitnttlnir
started north to make studies of th"
"For the greater part of the lime I wit
alone. Whenever I needed a guide I em-
ployed an Indian to take mo on to the
next carrier village I desired to see. 1
didn't trust the Indians very much and I
was always on the alert for trouble. I
rr Oolf- reroJVBr and i w.
ready to use It If occasion had arisen..
"These little known Indiana were for
the most part frelndly, although thy. an
sometimes sullen. It wa difficult to get
photographs of them. They fled to the
brush the Instant a camera was produce I
' By giving presents of bacon, sugar and le.i
I 1 was able, though, to get some excellent
pictures. Everywhere I went 1 found the
Indian eager to hear about the waya of
civilised men. Thoy were keen to possess
anything I owned. 1 was offered all sorts
of things for the clothes I wore, for mir
rors, hairpins, pencils, writing paper any
tort of belonging.
Indians Are Primitive.
"Generally spesklng. the Indiana of
northwest British Columbia are much the
I came as they were hundreds of years ago.
Th(,y guDilit .mult entirely on the pro.
I ceeds of their hunting and Ashing. Bvery
1 tribe has two shisfs. a civil and a religious
chlaf, whose functions are sharply differ
sntlaied. Women have no standing
among them. The women do all the work
nd ara thrust into ths background. They
are not a good looking people and , are
rather unaere i tea
1 was ths first white woman who had
e-r 'ni - " n.r,. n -
lassiasasi w-. - " -
. ITS 7 gavr me iravnnpuy aiawv ui vneir
THE PRODIGAL SON
Back from way down East.
1 tourists by
WATgr.Ri'RT. Sept. I, Automobile ar -
rivals at the Hotel Elton Include:
Charles M. Perkins. W. U North of
, Beverly, N. J.. In a Packard ; Mr. and well. In a Packard : Clarence S. Rooms.
! Mrs. H. Thompson. Miss Katie Rick of , In a Simplex ; Mr. and Mrs. . I. Pot
. ! Ridge wood. N. J., In a Bulck ; Mrs. Will- ter. Katherlne Potter. Lester Potter. In
1 ork 'am Applegate. the Misses Applegate. H. a Flat : Mr. and Mrs. Q, Pagcnstlcher.
J. Johnson of Red Bank. If, J In a
Moon : Mr and Mr. C. E. tlremmtts, Mrs.
F. Oremmrls, Mrs. N. Mnrkin of New
York, In a Stearns. John C Tyler of
BroOKiyn. in t Stearns, Marks M, Wax-
men Of New York. Iii a Cadillac
stNOS, Sept. I. Motor arrivals at the
t. l Asplnwall to-day from New York
mi l tilled
Miss M M. Roberts. Mrs. Thomas Mc
Kee Brown, Mis Nugent, in a Panhard;
Mr. and Mrs Itobert Thorns, touring the
Barkshlrta, In t Pssrltai . Mrs. John C
DBVlS, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lapegram, in a
Cadillac; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wi nil.
Mrs i. B. Smith. Mis
Van Hoskerek. In
a Chalmers. Mr. una Mis. John Slow
Itnencer. Mrs. James Ul 111111 In a Pack.
lard; Miss PenoOMt Mis. Newton, in a
I S. Q. V. ; Mr. and Mrs. William II Itlch.
Jr., Miss Eiixatieth Rich. In a Flat: Mrs.
Charles Rycraft, Miss Susan Ryrraft, In
B UocofBOOile ; Clyde i. Benedict, Mr.
I mobile arrivals from New York at the
I Mount Washington to-day were :
William Polk. In a Packar.l Henrge
t link, in a Simplex: ueorge ivrte
I , National; I r. K He,
er and party, In
Man-woman ' That was because 1 wore
men's clothes and dealt with them a
lit inly as the men they are accustomed to
"Some parte nf the trip were very hard.
I travelled light, taking no pack horses
and carrying everything I possessed In
a saddle bag on my riding horse. At
night I slept In the open with an eider-
.. a an I nil -v.r
down quill wrappen srounu me aim over
that a rubber coat. I waa not molested
by the Indians, although I kept a close
watch most of the time. I wore this
corduroy suit along with leather boots
and a green jaeger hat.
Witnessed Qoalnl Ceremonies.
"I witnessed numerous ceremonies and
danCSS among the Indians, the most in
teresting being the potlatch. Medicine
mrn rHm ' ,hC r" villages, bring,
1n wlth ,hem the "Uk mlme1
K'' ,,av" p,0,l fca"ln ,u,,,
1 merrymaking the medicine men performed
"j'",a,lon" and nrii'd ""l"'- Th
' auoconaful hunters made presents to the
! sb'k and to the poor. The dances were
"Wherever I went I saw muth game,
"ear crossed my trsll many times and
, dSsr were, of course very numerous. I
"t no shooting because I was In the
I country purely for scientific purposes."
bHBt Johe is a suffragist and a great
believer In woman's rapncUy for work
that takes muscle and nerve aa well as
'The day will come," she said last
night, "when woman explorers will be
so common that reporters won't even
bother lo Interview them. Women are
natural born explorers"
During her trip she covered more than
"fl0 BlIIBt on horseback and afoot.
11 ss a wonoeriui experience, sno
"n H BBWB nrioge and ineatregp
lug Some of these day I am going back
and take the trail to the very far North."
LAW TALK AFTER AUTO SMASH.
Miss Swan's Anto Mishap Stirs New
NawrOBT, R. I Sept. t. There It s
possibility of a suit for damages develop-
tng as a result of ths automobile accl-
dsnt here on Sunday afternoon In whloh
the runabout In which Andrew Robeson
and Mlsa Laura Swan was run Into by
ths- machine ot Chatterton Warburton of
Fall River. It was said to-day that Mr,
Robeson, who waa limping about the
Casino, waa considering bringing suit
against Mr. Warburton for criminal nag-
"J.?" . .. .
ibut hn M f,r improved to-day that she
was able to read a part of hsr large moll
and abe hopes to be able to return to bar
homo. Wayside, by the tint of unLmak.
i a Stevens; Miss Clements. In a Cadillac;
Randolph F Purdy, In a Packard: Miss
' A. M. Clark. In a Packard; Miss Bod-
In a Rambler . Mr. and Mrs. Bradlsh
Johnson, In a Packard . Mr. nnd Mrs.
y. Q, Banerot. In a Plerce-Arrnw ; Mis
I Btthar Jones. Miss C. J. McKee, In a
Mam hestrr. Vt . Bant. H Arrivals hv
automobile at the Equinox House Include
ihe following from New York:
Miss Hunt. Mrs Henry V K Olllmora,
In a Packard: Mr, and Mrs E. H. Pad -
dock. In a Cadillac : Mr. and Mrs. Bsmard
Suydam. Mrs. C Meyer, Bernard Suydani.
in a Studebaker .
Partridge! In a
Simplex: Mr and Mrs Charles A Proc
ter. In a Packard ; Mrs William Sinclair. !
Dr, Oeorgt A. Taylor, In a Pierce.
GgSeWWICM, Conn.. Sept. I - Arrivals
by automobile from New York at Edge
wood Inn to-day included :
- " " S V 1 . .. LET
T. T. Watiiori. .Mian Bailey. In a Poerldw:
Mr. and Mrs. W. H (Jeer! Miss .leer. In t!
Thomas: Mr. and Mrs R. K Adams. Miss
Edith Adams. In a Packard ; Mr. and Mrs
S. M Hyde, in a Stearns; John Krnneilv.
R A. Marling. .! M Haskell. In a l.orler :
Mr, and Mr M. J. HaSton, Mr nnd Mrs
F C. Cook. In a Thomas, Mr and Mrs.
H P Wilson, Mr and Mrs. W W. Blake,
,111 a liup-Hroekwell.
CHASING "QUO VADIS" PIRATES.
Klein,. Wkn Owns the Hluhta,
Cause Arrest of hleaao Man.
Various films of moving pictures ad
vertised as "Quo Vadis" have lieen ex
hibited over this country, but there is
only one genuine set of films entitled to
l,la' iiwiiit- , Hfl . iitr i.iiiii.iii, sri i.'i.
el,llbltBll far lucn ,, lonr (,no(1 ,
V. . ... Tl..., :u . I... f I -
Aator Theatre They were made by Ihe
lines Company In Rome, and ( leorge
Klelne Is the sole possessor of the rights
to exhibit these pictures in this oountry,
Ueorge Klelne has made various ef.
forts to bring to an end the Copying
of his pictures and finally Succeed sd In
obtaining sufficient evidence to cause the
arrest, on last Momln. of James North -
more of Chicago. He was apprehended
on the ground of copying and selllhc
opyrlghted photographs. It WBt usual
for an exhibitor to obtain enough of?"" neH'' r ""' Sterling Sanitarium He
these pictures to advertise that he was1" survived by two brothers, the Rev
showing "Quo Vadis." although he could J?'0, J povns of Huntington. Matt., ami
offer only a laior reproduction of n frac- ' "r John W. Coyne of Mayonne.
Hon of the original fllins. It was of
course a disadvantage to the owners of
the original pictures to have these Imi
tations on the market.
Northmore was arrested by the United
State Marshal on a warrant Issued by
United States Commissioner Mark A.
Foote. He was not ready for trial and
the case was put over fm one week
He was held In hall
Chicago has alwaya been known as the
home of the play pirate. It was in that
city that the stolen versions of all play
were put on Ihe market. It now appears
that It has also become the centre of the
stolen film Industry.
MARLBOROUGH COST $1,660,000.
Hotel Purchase Price Disclosed In
Aernuntlna of tloodrldwe Estate.
The accounting of the New York Life Tin aire to the Port) -fourth Street ThSS
Insurance and Trust Company of the real I Ire, following the run there of "All
and personal property owned by Mrs. Aboard." The Lyric will remain dark
Charlotte M. Ooodrldge, who died in IHS.'. next week, but will reopen the following
shows that the Hotel Marlborough, win. h 1 week with a new attraction,
w" , 'i;1 b,,hf. rWMV "H "rtht Kalirh has gone under the man.
Crotttown Realty Company brought I agsmsBl nf V C Whitney and will l...
Il.tt0.000. Of this amount $1,300 000 was 5 LJ l,, " ' Sim " wTf " a
UJUSli!Ih5. SSTTLS'f!; . 1r0 by UdWBrd Eugene Hitter utsr
oe aie? -V ?V "! T 1 I" SOBSOn, she will appear It. "The
IStiJJSr.A ttL !Pw. Ot iorlo." by D'Annunxlo. I,,d
lotto O. Wyeth and Mrs. Oouvemeur Car-
I noohan. The last named died In 1906. and
1 her shars goes to her two sons. Frederick
I and Oouverneur Carnoehan. The account-
Ing chowed that the following sums have
Bean paid to the beneficiaries: Frederick 1 "BiopBIB when the piece opens
Ooodrldge, ttl,4l&: Mrs Caroline L. ! Hartford on Saturday Wallace Kd
leelln. 111,414; Mrs. Charlotte Q. Wveth, dinger, who was to have played the
lt!,ST; Frederick Carnochan. 0,873. r"1"' still In the Hartford Hospital
and Oouverneur Carnochan. 154,411, suffering from injin l, s reotlvsd In the
The accounting shows Dial Die attsia accident The ple,-e will Iw. seen here
holds securities worth IS0T.3TK and uwns Bi the Bator Thesire durlne the week of
the following real estate: Liberty and September '-:'. by whloh time It is ex
a tings theatres, 60S Wstl ICd street I"" '"' that Mr Eddinger will be sble
land III Coavsnt orsnue.
Ml. 8ELLEW LEFT $1,759,79.
Widow Gets n4o, TBS Rest Goes to
The net value of the estate of the lata
Timothy Gibson Sellew, manufacturar of
office furniture. Is placed at gi.TBt.7S3.Ta
by the report of the Ptate tax appraisers
filed yesterday In the office of Surrogate
Ketcham In Brooklyn. This turn It dis
tributed by the testator In his will among 1
seventy-four beneflrlarlei. I
Mr. Sellew died on September It, 112. 1
at Upper Montclalr, N. J., where, he had i
made his home for many years. Hit es-
tate Includes realty In New Y'ork State
He had rash in banks aggregating 157,-
6.0. His office furniture Is valued at
10,000. He held certificates of stock In
three corporations and bonds In seven.
Mrs. Caroline B. Sellew, the widow, gets
Will arias Kxtenslve Repertoire for
His Farewell Toar.
Sir Johnston Forbes -Robertson will sail
for this country on the MauretAnta on
September 20. With him will be his wife.
Gertrude Elliott, as well as his entire
company. The actor will also bring here
for hi farewell tour the complete
productions for "Hamlet." "The Merchant
of Venice," "Othello." "The Light that
Palled." "Mice and Men." "The Passing
of the Third Floor Hack." as well aa
"Csssar and Cleopatra" by Bernard
EUGENE LEM0INE DIDIER.
I'oe's Rlostrapher Wrote AlaoBlalae'a
Hai.timork. Sept. 0. Kugene Imolne
Diiller. biographer of Edgar Allan Poe,
died here last night. He wa 70 years old
and a native of this city. His first "Life
of Poe." published In ts"6. ran through
nineteen edition and I still In demand.
His next publication wa the life and let
ters of Mine. Bonaparte, who was Betsy
Patterson and an ancestor of Charles J.
Bonaparte The last of his works was
"The Poe Cult and other Poe Papers."
issued in lli ami containing the result
of several years of research work. In
1NS4 he wrote the "Political Adventures
of James G. Ulalne."
When a young man be was secretary
to Chief Justice Chase of the Supreme
Court. In 1 S73 Mr. Dldler married Louise
Northrup, daughter of Gen. Lucius B.
NofthrWP of the Confederate army. He Is
survived by rive daughters.
Newark, N. J.. Sept. t. Richard
Ashurst. 71 years old. Is dead at his home
In Bloomfttld avenue. Caldwell. Mr. As
hurst was' born In Manchester. England.
He wa a mechanical engineer, at one
time In the employ of the Pennsylvania
Kallroail Company. He later was con
neotsd with the Central Railroad of New
Jersey. He was a member of the Amal
gamated Society, of Engineers In England
and of Henry Clay Iidge. Knights of
Pythias of this city. He Is survived by
his wife, three son and four daughters.
Dr. Walter M. Fleming.
Mount VMutoit, n. y., sept. . tr.
Walter M. Fleming, aged 75 years, one
of the oldest Freemasons In this section.
Is dead at the home of his son, lr. Walter
S. Fleming, Ml Rich avenue. Dr. Flem
ing was horn In Portland, Me., and was
graduated from Albany Medical College
In lilt, He was a practising physician
in New York city from 1869 to 10. when
he came to this city. He was one of the
founders of the Mystic Shrine and was a
member of Mecca Temple. He Is survived
by his two sons. Dr. Charles P. Fleming
of New York and Walter S. Fleming.
Georsie A. Aston.
i :...,.'. A l.tnn I nf Ihe nrlntln'
I ,., ,.r i a kmtnx a, Bon nf l.ih.rt
i street. Manhattan, died on Monday at his
I i.,..,... iu snMiMi t
I n, tiftv-sixth vear. He was treasurer of
1 ths Twelfth Street Dutch Reformed
churoh and a msmbsr of Fulton
Council. Royal Arcanum. His wife and
' IWO n,)na survive him.
Henry H. tirlmm, Jr.
Irlmm, Jr.. i
J Si pt.
I. Henry H
if the firm of
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chMltl, with omoM at I Park place.
bj vt , . . jTl , ,
S,'w Jork! ' " '.' ?Jf T'"' ' ,'?""a"
"nr. (..-.in, apti-o ..... nan own
tracted on Labor Day and which de-
ve loped Into pneumonia was the cause of
death. Mr. .irimm is survived by his
wife ami one son.
Thomas F. Rail.
Thomas I- Ball, h.. was formerly
head of the watch rase m.miif anturlng
linn of Ball. Parker A Co.. died on Mon-
day at his home, ajl Bast Blghloenth
street, Flstbuth, In his seventy-eighth
iai. lb was a member of Long Island
LodgS, P. and A. M His wlfr. a son and
a daughter survive hun.
, . .
JlnlfN i arey.
James Carey, naval medal of honor
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front Htr.ct. Brooklyn, In his sixty-fifth
M ar I Hiring his four years service In
the navy in the civil w ar he rescued three
, of Ins shipmates from drowning at great
! rl"K nf hl" ow" "ft and received a medal
"f honor from Congress for his bravery
j H'" wife survives him.
I lr j,fl ti fnynr.
i "r A Coyne of Newark died
' v esterday at his summer home. Sterling.
as Me w as to ears old Dr Coyne
Max de ansnatv Head.
iSMSSl dlggft ilsSPBfft to T..S Six
I'aiiis. Sept ;i. - .Max de Nansouty, a
well known write'- and a msmbsr of the
editorial staff ,,f the Temps, died here to-
da). He was born at Dilon in ism
I'lay and Plaer.
Sheriff Harbinger and several hundred i
1 deputy sheriffs and attache! of his oil), r
I were gttastl yesterday afternoon at a ;
I special performance of "Bollsv Me. Xsn-
tlppt," at Ihe Thirty-ninth Street Theatre I
rneodore Roberts, who plays a sheriff I
in the play and who was recently
prisoner In Ludlow street Jail, was re- '
sponsible for the party. Mr. Roberts
made t short speech, and so did John '
llairvmor,' anil Sheriff IfasKliesM..
" "When Dreams Come True" will In
transftrrsd on Monday from the Lyric
'leorge Cohan, who waa inlured in an
' utttnohlle accident near Hartford on
Thursday, will play the leading role for
",rM "r f""' iwrformances in "Seven
assume the part.
RIDING AND DRIVING
POPULAR AT LENOX
Mm. Delafield and Minn Alex
andre Arranging for
IFOSTEM TO GIVE A DINNER
Tennis Contestants Will He En
tertained by Mr. and Mri.
Lknox. Sept. . Weather that was
bright but cool prevailed to-day and rid
ing and driving were popular. At Stock
bridge the open tennis tournament drew
the cottagers, and the gallery In the af
ternoon was Isrge. The Inrush of tourists
from the mountains north nf the Berk
shires continues, filling the hotels.
Dr. snd Mrs. William H. Vanderburg,
who were at Ersklne park, at guests t
Mr. and Mrs. Oeoige Westlnghuuse, re
turned to New York by automobile. Mr.
and Mrs. M. McWIIIlams of Pnaadena,
Cal., arrived at the Elmwood. Pittsneld.
Lieut, and Mrs. Jere Maupln, who are
at the Curtis Hotel while opening the
Markay rottage, will pass the greater
part of the autumn In Lenox. Mrs. Mau
pln had been travelling abroad for some
time and will come to Lenox for s rest
before the New York season.
The first of the roller skating meetings
will be In the town hall on Thursday eve
ning. Mrs. Frederick 8. Delafield and
Miss M Civilise Alexandre will arrange
Mrs. Miguel It. Martinez has Issued
cards for a dance at the Country Club
of Plttstleld on Thursday night In honor
of Miss Carmen E. Mattlnex. Mrs. Mar
tlnex was hostess at luncheon at the club
(.seats of the de UersdorBTo.
Miss Edna H. Bargcr Is a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl de UersdorfT in Stock
bridge. William M. Bullitt. Miss Marian
Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Hunter went
to New York. Miss Jane Mlnot Sedg
wick, who was visiting Ml. and Mrs.
Alex Sedgwick, has gone to Boston to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sedgwick.
Miss Marie V. lasigl nf Boston is visit
ing Mrs. oscar lasigl In Stockbrldgc.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Curtis and Mr. ami Mrs.
F. T. Fearey of New York are at ths
Red Lion Inn, Stockhridge.
Mrs. John Struthers waa hostess at
luncheon at the Curtis Hotel this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. John W Minium
and Mrs. John C. Malluy will arrive to
morrow at the Curtis Hotel. Mr. and
Mrs. R. V, Marshall. Mrs. Thomas L.
Lutkins, Mrs. J. M. Hrownrlgg of New
Y'ork. Mr. and Mrs. S. o Blair of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith of Brookllne
arrived at the Maplewood, Plttstleld.
A fair for the benefit of the floating
hospital of St. Johns Uuild and Miss
Folsom's convalescent home, which will
be conducted by Miss M. Civilise Alex
andre, Miss Anna R. Alexandre. Miss
Laura Curtis and Mrs. Rosewell Curtis
will be held at the Curtis Hotel to-morrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thome of New
York registered at the Ixiiox Oolf Club
Miss Mary Martin of New York Is a guest
of Miss Mary Shutter at Shadow Brook.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles White. Jr., and Mrs.
J. H. Stewart will start to-morrow for
Mr, and Mrs. Barrett Wendell, who'
were with Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dlxcy,
have gone to Boston,
Mr and Mrs. Bdwln MeCleltan and thell
gues:. Robert McClollan of London, who
were at the Curtis Hotel, have mine to
William A Slat. r will start to-morrow
for Beverly, Mass.
Arriving at the Curtis Hotel to-d.i .
were Mrs. Karl Walther Nsuhoff, Mr. and
Mrs. James ("J. K. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs
Charles E. Rushmore and Miss Mary c
Fitzgerald of New York.
The Fosters lasne Invitation.
Mr. and Mrs. Qlrsud Poster have iss.i. i
invitations for a dinner on Friday. Mi
Poatsr will give a luncheon to-morrow .it
Mr. and Mrs Herbert B. Shaw of Bos
ton Brrlved to-day to visit Mr. and Mrs
8 Parkman Shaw at Redwood for two
Among those who gave dinners enter.
tainniK tile Lsnog cotttCgeri were Mr. and
Mis II. I'M I TI,l.tl..H.,u .,,,1
Mr (nd Mrs Oeorge W Polsom at Sunny,
I ridge. In Stockhridge Mr, and Mri Alex
Sedgwick gave a large dinner party at
I Mr. and Mrs Carl de tleisdnrff Will
I entertain at luncheon to-morrow the con-
teatants in the Stockhridge tennis tour-
natltsnt. At the tournament to-day Mrs
Oscar lasigl was at the tea table and
! poured for about fifty who were at ths
Miss Dorothy Carroll of New Tork.
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. . nil wns n 1111 .hiss r.ii . .11., I. U M
' a guest of Miss Charlotte Cram in Stork
bridge Mrs Howard MoWllllams, Miss
Mary Hrown. Miss Bvalyn llnmn and II
J Uardner arrived at Heaton Hall In
Mr. and Mrs. John Stowe Spencer. Mrs
John C Davis, Mr Charles Hyrroft. Mis.
Susan Rycrofl, Mrs, M M. Roberts, Mrs
Thomas McKet Brown and Mr and Mrs.
Robert Thome of New York are at the
Mr. and Mrs .lames ii Cannon left
Poland Springs for LenOS, Where they Will
pass the week end.
Mr and Mrs Henrv Phipps went to
Hy, ,y aUtomobllt to-day whence they
I ,.ipP,-t to crOBt to ling island to visit
their son at Westbury.
. Temperatnre. at Jersey Resorts.
ATUAMTtO ClTT, Sept. I. Th tamper
' ature was at noon hi re to-day
Ashi rv Park. Sept The temper.
ature was (17 at noon her.
QAMB BENJAMIN On gsptsmber I,
iii. Chapel ,,r St. Bartholomew'!
Chun h by the Itei William T ' r,,i ker,
Ills, daughter of Ihe late Itrv Kaat
hum Henjsinln. an.l Thoinaa K llsls
HAVRMBTBII iBddeBly, mi BUBdai nnirn-
ln. Septemher 7. HH3. William f llsis.
tneyer. In Ihe llgty fourth year nf his
I Funeral aervlres will lis hhl at his latt
reslilsnie. II Kast Knrly-nfth aireel. on
Thursilay. Hrpisinh.r II, at lo A. M.
Interment at Wouillawn
BTRICKLAND, -WllliBBI A agerl
Fuatral "Th Ki'NEiiAi. 0HUP.cn
!l West Twenly-third glretl It-'ratlg
I B Campbell llullitlngl. Thurslay, II)
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