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DANIELS AT PROPOSED
SITE FOR NAVY YARD, Secretary shown Interest in Communipaw, N. j., bat Is Rilent as to Conclusions. WANTS BIG PLANT BUILT studios Proposed Location From Many Angles In Busy !ay Here. MeMUry of the Navy Daniels, escorted by Congressmen. Brooklyn now yard of n.iala members of the New York Hor or Line Board. the New Jersey Har bor Board and 100 hundred prominent I .Icraeyme n. Inspected the proposed alts for I me new navy yard on the Jersey Hats at 'ommunlpaw yesterday. The Hecretary remarked (hat he was willing to be convinced that Jersey City should get the new navy yard, but de--HiMd to commit himself, explaining that his recommendationa would Hrst be made known to Concrete. He added that he was very much Impressed with what he mw and that he would be (lad to have the yard there. If It were the best place. "Boys, please don't quote me," said secretary Daniels to the newspaper men on i he Inspection trip. "Just say that I op lirsr to he iinlllferent." Mr. Daniels took a look at the oro- noaed site from the Oreenvllle section of I Jersey City, had h blrdseye view of the 1 place from the top of a factory adjoining the site, took a look at It from the water ;m he rode In a navy yard tender and again surveyed it from ihe roof of the W hitehall Building. All the while that he was on the tour he had a busy group of Jerseymen about ' his, all keenly desirous of persuading him that the only place In all America, for that new navy yard la on the Jersey shore. The Secretary took the wealth of advice handed him good naturedty. 1.500 Staaeato Slagr "Dixie." Mr. Daniels started his busy dsy at an early hour. Accompanied by Con gressman Eugene F. Kinkead. with whom he spent the night at the Congressman's horns on Harrison avenue. Jersey City, the Secretary of the Navy went to the Hudson County Court House, where sev ers! hundred people were waiting to greet him. Then he went over to the Dickinson High School and heard the 2.roo students erne- "Dixie." the Secretary's favorite song. He made a brief speech telling the students that while they had a line building they ought to see the high school In Raleigh. N. C. the Secretary's home town, but that after all It la the bright yea and faces of the pupils and not the brightness of the building that counts. From ths high school. Secretary Daniels, with members of his party seated in a score of automobiles, rode to ths foot of Chapel avenue In the Oreenvllle section, from which point he viewed the upland section of the proposed navy yard alte. The party was then whisked along the waterfront to Black Tom docks, near by. There Secretary Daniels looked at the site from the roof of a factory huildlng of the National Docks Company. The party then boarded the tender and . a me over to Manhattan, taking luncheon at the Whitehall Building. When Mr. Daniels wss presented by J. Mnencer Smith, president of ths Nsw Jer sey Harbor Board, to those at the lunch eon, the crowd drank a toast to him and sang the ditty about "a jolly good fallow." Want. Blgt avy Vara. "I want to see the day when we will have a navy yard not only big enough to take care of our whole fleet at one time." said Mr. Daniels, "but one rspsble of docking and repairing the biggest ships that aall ths ocean." CapL U 8. Van Duaer or tne Brook lyn navy yard, waa the man with the figures. He declared that the Communl paw shors is the only place suitable for the new navy yard. Capt. Van Duser estimated that the resit of the yard would be about 118. r. ft, 000. divided as follows: Build Inge. H.tt.00t: sea wall. Il.02t.000; piers. I2.U0.O0O: dredging. It. 250,000: dry docks. 17.200.000; Installations and ex tra equipment. 12.500,000; railways, 2240.000; crane tracks. $240,000: water, heating, sewers, electric mains, air mains, paving, telephones, Ac. f 1.000,000; mis cellaneous. 1475,000. Major-Qan. Barry, comandlng the Da usrtment of the Bast; Commander aieavea of ths Brooklyn navy yard ; CoL Black, Judge Ernest J. Heppenhelmor of i the New Jersey Court of Errors and Mayor Mark M. Fagan of Jer sey City, and Commissioner of Revenue end Finance George F. Brenslnger were present. MRS. DE HEREDIA ENTER TAI5S. The Misses Brlsted aad Miss Alex- aadre Also Haatesoes. IslNox, Sept. It. Mrs. Carlos da Here dta entertained at luncheon at Wheatlelgh . . . J . a UavMlU into oxiernuon. r. i . Lr WtU close their villa on the lth. Thay . ... k. i . .. 1 1 1 1 1 la. Nine. win pan iiw wmm . - i - ; Mrs. Clinton McDougall, who was visiting , Mr. and Mrs. de Heredla. returned to . uburn. Dr. Henrietta Jackson, who was with Mr. and Mrs. Heredls. went to New 1 1 UT. The Misses Symphorooa and Oraee Brts ted gave a dinner at Lakeside, entertain ing for their guest. Miss Edith McKeev.r. After dinner the guest wsnt In automo biles to a PlttsBeld thestre. Miss Anna R. Alexandre also gave a dinner, entertaining her guests later at the theatre. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Parsons and Miss drle Kneeland were hosts at dinners. Mm. Frank E. Kernochan, who was at Southampton visiting J. Frederic Ksr nochon. returned to Ptttsflsld. Prise winners at an auction bridge given by Q. O. Wal bridge and C. Matthew Phinney at Heaton Hall were Mrs A S. Klrkman. Miss Edith Burtls, P. H. Lowell and Richard CoUman. Mrs. J. Graham Leach and Miss A. A dele Learh of Philadelphia are at the t'urtla Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. JRmao E. Qrlscom and Mrs. Robert C. Wright have gone to "New York. Mrs. John Innes Kane, who was passing ths summer at Bar Harbor, will arrive next week at hor Main street villa. . . Mr. and Mrs Richard B. Bowker, Miss Sedgwick and Dr. L. Bolton Banco, who . u,ui,i..uM villas went to Maw nave aiuvuiiv- - - . -- - York. Mr. ana Jars, ana bwuotwig mam Christine Sedgwick went to Dub- Mis Mrs. Harold T. Martin of Ttvotl. N. Y., entertained at luncheon at the Hotel Asplnwall for Mr. and Mrs. Henry de Tsyoter of Franco and R. ds Peyotor Hosmer of Nsw York. Mrs. William B. XatodO and her guest, Mrs. Frank Marsh of Morrlotown. N. J., wont to Now York. Oen. Charles H. Taylor, who waa at the Hotel Asplnwall. boo wne to Buowrtlg Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Bohllt re turned their tour of Now JflnC ro oeedlng to Manchester. Vt. Mraad Mr Gordon W. Burn ham and Mrs. J. T. ,!aavltt of New York are at tko Hotel A M'rn,and Mrs. Austin O. Fox. Miss Fox ana Austin H Fox wont to Albany, where Mr Fox Joined the attorney retained by Gov. Ituiser. Mrs. Fat and her family will return to the Maplewood In Pltto- "'liro. Jomoo Norton Wlnslow of Now York arrived at the funis Hotel. Mr. and Mrs Titus E. Kdd.wlll leave thin week lor New York Wiej have sold their FALL WEDDINGS ARRANGED. on September 'it. Plans have been completed for severs! of the autumn weddings. Miss Laura Pelton Hasard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ayrsult Hazard, will be married to Frederick Rhlnelander Brown of this city on Saturday, September 27. at noon, In St. John's Church, Far Rockaway. Miss Katharine Hasard will be her sis ter's maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be the Misses Jessie Hasard. another sister; Florence Burton. C, lassley Fuller. Ruth Moller. .Genevieve Sanford and Mllllrent Almy. J. Mary Wlllets Is to be best man and ths ushora chosen ar Hans Carl Strieker, Will I am F. Phillips, Charles Kenneth Clinton, James W. Walsh, William A Hasard, Jr., and W. Tllden Pelton Hasard. A train for Far Rockaway will leave the Pennsylvania Station at 11:0. Tht reception and wedding breakfast wilt fol low at Meadow Hall, the country place of Mr. and Mrs. Hasard In Cedarhurst. Mr. and Mrs. William Schall. Jr., have sent out Invitations for ths wedding of their daughter. Miss Marlon Ellsworth Aehmorr. to E. Franklin Brewster. Jr.. on Saturday, October 4, at 12:10. In the ot Chapel. New London. Conn. This ing will bo or Interest to Nsw York society. There will be two malda of honor. Mlee Margaret Schall, slstsr of the bride, and Miss Dorothea Keaabey. a cousin. Ths brldesmatda will be the Mioses Alice Gouvsrnour Kortright. Thelma Vlolett. May Vogcl end Margaret Mueller of this city; Eleanor Reyburn of Washington, D. C. and Isabel Moore of New Orleans There will also be two flewer girls, Mary Cameron and Phyllis Thompson. William M. Brewoter, brother of the bridegroom, will be the beat man and the uahars will bs Harold and Charles Schall. brothers of ths bride; Henry T. Aehmore. a cousin: Le Roy Whitney. Lewis Stevens and Alexander Schumann. The wedding reception will follow at Rookhurne. the villa of Mr. and Mrs Schall. Miss Phoebe .ludkins. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Everett L. .ludklne of .12 East Hlxty-fourth street, will be married to F. Harrison Higglns on the afternoon nf October 22 In the Church of the (Heavenly Rest. Miss Judklns hss selected for her bridal attendants Mrs John N Tonnele. Mrs. Frederick Bleharda, Mrs. "Roger I.utz, Miss Evelyn Alvord and Miss Jeanetto Raid. Roger Lutz will be the host man and the uehsrs will be Orover Cleveland I.oenlng. Heckwlth Havens. Frank Keene and Pascal FranchoL A reception will follow at .he St. Regis. Mr Higglns will give his farewell bachelor dinner at the New Ydrk Club on October II, WEDDINGS. O' Mailer Bo erne. OraSoo. N. J.. Sept. II. Miss Genevieve Helena Bourne, daughter of Mrs. Helena Bourne, of 120 Park street. East Orange, and Michael J. O'Malley of Clinton, Mass.. were married at s nuptlsl mass In St. John's Church, this city, this morning. The Rev. Austen O'Malley. a brother of the bridegroom, wss the celebrant, and the marriage ceremony was later per formed by the Rev. John O'Malley. another brother nf the bridegroom, who acted as descon of the mass. The brldeemakla were Miss Mae Alien. Mlas Genevieve Nagle and Miaa Mae F. Doran. William Ford of Worcester, Mass . nephew of the bridegroom, wss best man. Mr. and Mra. O'Malley left on a honey moon trip through the Mouth. On their return they will reside In East Orsnge. Tlppett van Henaerlaer. Mot nt Vkrnon. M. V. Sept. It. Miss Rebecca Coffins Vsn Rensselaer, daughter of the late James H. Van Rensselaer, waa married to-day to Clarence Baker Tip pett, a lawyer of New York, aon of Frank Tlppett of Dover, X. J , at the old Dutch Van Cortlandt homestead In Amawalk highway, Katonah, the home of the bride's brother-in-law. Dr. Antonio VolslaWsky. Roee Blssssans. NORFOLK, Vs.. Sept IS Miss Marlon Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mra. James Gaskln Himmona of this city, and Lieut. Charles C. Koee. I'. 8. N.. were married here to-night. They will live in Annapolis, where Lieut. Hosa waa ordered recently. Lieut. Ross's home la in Richmond, Ind. Miss Marie G. Bryce ta Wed. MoRRieTOWN. N. J.. Sept. IS. Announce ment was made to-day of the engagement of Miss Marie O. Bryce. daughter of Mrs. Henry E. Fanshawe hy a forrrnn- mar riage, to Charles A. Kip, son of George O. Kip Of Morrlatown. Children' onr Men to F.at Clams. The employees of the Children's So ciety and the Chlldren'e Court have ar ranged an outing for Saturday. They will leave the Battery at 1 o'clock for Arrochar. Staten Island, where a recep tion will await them A baseball game between the officers and the clerical force will be played. in the afternoon. After this there will be an old fashioned Rhode Island clambake. The Children's Court .u MjviAa nf tha children' society will be closed Monday out of respect to Mayor Oaynor. Kates of toe Social World. Mr. and Mra. Clarence W. Doian have gone from Nowport. R L, to Roslyn to remain several weeks before returning to Philadelphia. u U Dr.mh.ll flilhert. WhO la now In Great Neck. L L, will be for the winter at 101 Park avenue. Mr. and Mra. Sumner Gerard and John R. Drexel. who arrived on the Imperator, are at the Gotham. Mr. and Mra. W. M. Dongan De Peyster ar. atlll In Soring Lake, N. J. They will return to 401 Park avenue early next month. w. nd Mra. Harry W. Sam have returned 0 meir noma in uv. On their return from Oakdene. Roslyn. r t K. - mnA Wra Walter (l Oakman tM fnr the wHnter at 002 Park ave nue, where their younger daughter, Miss Katharine oakman, win oe nuruuui ea 10 nH.ll' Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. KUng have StTlVeQ at tne uoinam inwii Jm lamv Uniiaa Nnvnort R I. The Brazilian Ambassador, Domlclo da Game, and Mms. da Ooma. who arrived i mn.rfltnr are at tha St. Reals (iur to Washington. D C. Mr. and Mra. Oeraldyn Redmond hava gone to tneir country piace in uvun, Mrs. William H. Sage of Albany Is at the St Kegis. in.. niiria fVileman. daughter of Mr. ajid Mra Oeorge 8. Coleman, will be . m a kKr, T Hallahitrv An tha rnrnw . i - -. evening of October 7 at the home of her parents. MO rtwas zaresa, oraaiyn. Mr. and Mra, Le Grand C. Ortswold. - (mm hmmn In f&Aurharnntian. T. T for ths rtrotner, ars In Mount Klsoo. N. Y.. whore thay have taken Runnymode . . , . w A w i at . Farm, tne inmvm w aar. eea vnn A. Coohran. who are on a tour around the world. Mr. and Mra. Charles Tampleton Crocker of San Francisco ore at tne St itaaris for several weeks ma. una Mra Ttnnart Taurine Varaum will return from Europe early next month and wHl be at the Hotel Bucktngtiam for the winter. la New Vowel Te-ar. Public hearing by Heights of Buildings . . . m . .a n ma committee, i-iiy nan, a v . aa. n , linn n SSpanW Pr.u i nannln tiens. "Inspirational moos meeting," Hotel Astor. I P. M. Vina tine of the New York Railroad Club. United Engineering Societies Building, It West Thirty-ninth street, I P. M. Arbitrators between Eastern railroads and tneir conaueiora znu trainmen at Hotel Manhattan. THE SUN, 1 I "The truth, LAIMREER LEFT ALL TO WIDOW. Estate larlaaeo Treat t ens of First Wife, the last Clara Hleoaaeed. MUftOtA, L 1.. Sept. It The will of . the late William Lalmbeer. who was , killed In an automobile accident with S. ' Osgood Pell at the Long Island railroad cr.osslng of the Long Beech road last month, waa filed In the Nassau county Surrogates Court here this afternoon. The will waS dated November It. 10. Mr. Lalmbeer bequeathes hla house at 105 East Thirty-ninth street, Manhattan, to Ilia widow. He adds, in the will, re. marks to the effect thnt the property has h'cu under litigation and that the courts had decided his right to the title. He also cav'S the print Ipal and interest from a I trust fund, mated from the will of the late Clara S. Luimbeei. whl h waa filed for probate on January 9. 190S, to his I wife, as well as his entire residuary es- lata. The Identity of Clara Lalmbeer is I not given in the will, and no Intimation as to whether she whs his first wife, his mother or some other relation. The Instrument mentions his two chil dren, Natalie Lee lAimheer and Josephine Uiulae. but says nothing of his stepson. a hoy by Mrs. Lslmbeefs marriage to tirat husband. Capt. Glen Collins, an Knit- ' llshmaav Clara Stephens Lalmbeer. known on the stage as Clara Bloodgood, commuted suicide in a hotel In Baltimore on December D, 1907. Mra Lalmbeer had be, n married twice before she merries. Mr. Lalmbeer. Her will was died for probate In January. 1901. At the time of her death Mra Lalmbeer's debts ex ceeded her assets despite the fact thst ahe owned Union Pacific and Baltimore and Ohio stock to the extent of t0,too and had an equity worth 131.000 In the property at ins Eaat Thirtieth atreet. While her estate was being settled 1:4. 4t'2 was added to it from the eetate of Daniel C. Klngsland, of whom she waa an heir, and her executors added other amounts. The net estate was 132,208 and of this amount tlt.ttt went to Mr. Lalm- Deer. A. 0. A0NEW LEFT $1,826,122. Balk of Estate Gee. to Children. ' Nearly All la Secarltlao. Andrew G. Agnew, who died on October t last at .9 Weet Fifty-sixth street, and was the rather of George B. Agnew. for - merly State Senator, left a total estate of 11. 121.121, of which all over I10.T00 was In personal property. The bulk of the estate went to the sons. George B. and Cornelius R. Agnew, and the two daugh ters. Alice A. Fisher and Catherine 8. Auchlncloss. Ex-Senator Agnew got tltO.401, while his brother received tatt.tOS. Mrs. Auchlncloss got 1368,324 and Mra. Flatter received fttl.ttt. Mrs. Fisher got a special bequest of 1 8U0 In cash because she was the only one of the children who had not boon presented with a house by the decedent during his lifetime. The testator left 15.000 to each of thirteen grandchildren. Mr. Atmew's estate consisted chiefly of securities, of which the largest holdings were ttt shares Baltimore and Ohio pre ferred. 148.084; ttt Northwestern, ttt. 760 ; 260 Formers Loan and Trust, ttt.tlt , Itt Union Pacific, 4t,0lt. and 394 Pull man, 116,996. Hla pew In the Fifth Avenue Presby terian Church was appraised at ttOO. Motrk Visits Mrs. O. M. Heeksoher. Mr. and Mra, O. Maurlos Hsckochsr are receiving congratulation on the birth of a son on Wednesday at Wtnoorao, Hunt ington, U I., where they have been pass ing the summer with Mr. and Mrs. August Hbcksrher. The child will be called Auguxt Heokschsr Id. after his paternal grand father. Mrs. Maurice Heckscher was Miss Louise Vanderhoef of thta city. Plays sit Playero. The production of "The Lure." will bo resumed at Maxlne Elllett'e Thoatso to morrow night The author has rewrit ten the ploy oo that oil objectionable lines have boon eliminated. Tha revision. It Is 1118111 has not lessened the strength of the ploy. The Now Tork engagement of "Kiss Mo Quick" will and to-morrow night In Will bun A. Brody'o Forty-eighth Street Theatre. The house will be closed for two weeks and will reopen October with a play written by George Broad hurst snd Abraham S. Schooler, entitled To day." It wilt bo prsoiotsq by tko Manuscript Producing Cornpakg, 4 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER the whole truth, and nothing TOURISTS BY MANCHBsTaa, Vt.. Sept. II. Arrlvsls by sutomoblle at the Equinox Hotel In clude the following from New York : Mr. and Mra. Matthew E. Fleming, in a Bulck; Mr. W. B. Leeds. Mra Frank Walsh. In a Packard; Mr. and 'Mra. C M. Cowes. Mr. snd Mrs. F. B. Mc Cord. Mary E. Crawford. In a Pierce: Mr. and Mra Walter S. 8. Rapelje. In a Cadillac; Mr. and Mra Edward Ebllng, in an OldsTnoblle; Mr. and Mra Herman Sinter, the Misses Sluter. In a Packard I Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Morse, In a 1 Pierce. i LatNOX. Sept. It. Automobile arrivals at tne itoiei nepinwaii to-aay lnciuaen : Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson, Miss Katherlne Peck. Ridgewuod, N. J.. In a Packard ; Mrs. W. B. Leeds. Mrs. Frank Marsh nf New York. In a 1'lerce ; Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Hunt. Miss Hunt. Msster Hunt of Brooklyn. In a Simplex. Mra H. T. Martin. Mr. Peyster of Tlvoll. mobile. Brxtton Woons. and Mrs. Henrv de N. Y.. In a Loco- N H.. Sept. 18 AmoiiR the arrivals of New Yorkers to- ,dlty nw,or ut ,h Mount Washington . j. . runon. miss .vtargsret Kulton. In , a simplex : Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Dsniels. in a Plerce 1 BARTON FRENCH WILL RUN ALBERTA RANCH To Lesvp Festivities at Hot Springs, Vi, for Tana dian Snows. Hot Sprinos, Vi, Sept. 18. -Mr. and Mra. C. P. Wiley of New York, who re cently returned from a motor trip to IVSI.. C.I U.. i . ... " ,A " , ,. VL - Miss Gladys Ingalls they were guests of Mrs. Seth B. French, entertained Mra I French and her son. Barton Freitch. at dinner last night at the Homestead, the 1 Party attending the dances In the ballroom 1 afterward Barton French will leave here the lost of October to manage during ths winter his mother's new two thousand acre ranch near Calgary. Alberta Mrs. William Warren of New Orleans, who waa a guest of Mr. snd Mrs. E. It. Bright at their cottage, la now at the Homestead, where she nave a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Bright, Mrs W. H Holmes, Mrs. W. H. Holmes. Jr., and ten other friends. Dr. John H. Olrvan of Philadelphia was host at a luncheon at Boone Cabin, where ho entertained among others Mra, W. C. Worthtngton, Mrs. W. L. Jamas and Mr. and Mra. W. R. A. Bogers. Mr. and Mrs. O. G Woodward of Now York gave a dinner at the Cabin. A dinner was given aa Faaeefern Farm bv Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Oxnard of New Orleau-, fur Mr. and Mra. George T. M. Gibson an the Misses Sarah and Louise Gibson o Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wood ward. Jesse Eddy. Jr., and Joseph Eddy of Morrlatown, who come here by motor s fortnight ago, started this morning for Petersburg, Vs., where they will spend a week with Mr. and Mra Archibald M. Mo Crea and the Misses Mercer, Margaret, Sarah and Lomoyne Dunlop, on tholrifarm. Afterward they will proceed to New Tork by automobile. Jesse Eddy. Sr., and Mlas Mildred Eddy will arrive hers the first of next month to spend several weeks. Arrivals at tha Homestead to-day In cluded Mrs. Lewis Deiafleld, the Mioses Emily and Charlotte Delaflold, Helen Le Roy Miller, Mr. and Mra Julian W. Rob bin Mlas Julia Bobbins. Mrs. B. U Cam plan and Must Campion of Now Tork. Mr. and Mra Samuel Nixon of Philadelphia, Mr. nisi Mrs. Frank MoMohtm of Stanton, N. J and Frederick B. Lea Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stottlnuo arrived from New Tork by automobile. Mr. and Mra Henry C. Emmet, who Just returned from a European trip, are expected to ar rive hare to-morrow from New Tork for a stay of several weeks. Tesaaerataree at Atlantis Ottp. Atlantic Cm, Sept. II. The tem perature ot soon horo to-day wag TC tt, 1913. 1 but the truth," AUTOMOBILE Arrow . Mr. and Mrs. William T. Tomp kins. Robert Tompkins. Miss Tompkins, in a Plerce-Arryw Mr and Mrs J. I Hamilton. In s Packard Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bates, Mr and Mrs. Q R. Harding. In a Cadillac : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dodge, E. J. Dodge. J. M. Dodge. Jr.. In a Pack ard. Lake Rlnapxx. N. II. Sept. It. Ar rivals at the Oranllden Hotel to-day In cluded the following from New York ! Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. White, in a Fist ; Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Blgeluw. In a Cadillac : Mr. and Mrs. Waldo K Morse, in a Havers : Mr. and Mra. Frank Ab bott. Misa F. E. 8ami1eer. in a Packard ; Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Porter. In a Frank lin ; Mra. A. Vieter. Miss Vleter. In an OldsmobUs ; Mr. and Mrs. S C Hop kins. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harkness, Miss L Harkneaa. in a Packard . Mrs. Joseph Yoemsn. Mrs. C. A. Nichols, in a Chal mers ; Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Fay, Mrs. ft McNamee. In a I.nzler : Miss A. M. Smyth. Miss J. R. Smyth. Jarvla Smyth, in an Oldamobllc ; Mr. snd Mra. C. M. Griffin. In a Cadillac. There arrived also Mr. and Mi's William M. Johnson. Miss J. B. Ackerson. Miss Bowen. MIbs Ander son nf Hsrkenaack. N. J.. In a Hudson . Mr. and Mrs. G. C. fi Gsndy of Plsin fleld. N J , In s Fiat. FIGHT FOR FREE ART KEPT UP. Tar l BUI. American collectors of antique art are fighting the Renste plan to strike out sec tion 68 of the tariff bill, which provider for the admission free of art objects more than 100 years old. Antiques are admit ted free under the present law and under the Mil as passed by the House, but the Senate proposes the same duty on an tiques as on modern works of art. Robert W. de Forest, president of the American Federation of Arts, has Writ ten to the chairman of the Conference Committee of the House and the chairman of the Finance Committee of the Senate urging that the section be allowed to etand In the Intereat of American Indus trial and decorative art, which, he says neede for Its development sll the an tipultiea It can get. "We would be quite Justified In encour aging their importation by a bounty," Mr. de Forest eaya. "The lost thing we should do lo to discourage It by an Impoat. I know that such objects, even under the Senate bill, if owned by museums or edu cational Institutions can be Imported free, but this does not really help the situa tion. Our museums and are Institutions seldom own such objects at the time of their Importation. They come to our museums as glfta after they have been Imported by Individuals, usually without any ultimate Intention of giving them away, but once here almost all will ulti mately And their way to such Institutions. Any duty upon them will check their 1m- K nation and make our public Institutions t so much the poorer " THE SEAO0ERS. trrlvalo From England and the Ion. tlnrnt Some Deaartares. Among those who arrived by the White star liner Majestic, from Southampton, Cherbourg and Queenrtown, yesterday were; Lrttletea psrelar. DK and Mrs. Francis wtSSkMp Campbell. gaUburlooFaUT r. and Mrs. A. R. Gordon. Mr. and Mra. Georte T. HsrsresTes. Mrs J. B. Hoadley. Lieut and Mra Oeorie Potion O. C Plnekne? Charles Polish Horace B Stanlou urg. Or. Jerome If or lay Lynch. CliSord B. Marsh Mr. sad Mrs 0 w. Mann. Mr. ana Mrs. Louis Msssen. Href snd Mra. Lewis P Mett. Mr snd Mrs Louis F. Pyn. Mr snd Mra. Thomas T Sherman liis lev. sad Mrs. Herbert B Smith V I. D Tharsr y tho American liner St. Pool, for Plymouth, Cherbourg and rruTlnisl'tiiii : OrnPissnosr W. A. The Her and Mrs. B. ssr J. White. Mr and Mrs W Fnher Wood Gives Ht,ttt to Jewleh Ckarltles. CHiaaoo, Sept. It. Julius Koaenwald. the merchant, haa given $260,000 to the Associated Jewish Charftlee of Chicago ago andj for a contra! bureau of registration an administration LUSITANIA DOCKS THIS MORNING Fx peeled This I'.venlna. The Cunarder Lttsltmila, from Llver liool. passed ItfO Island at M.r.4 o'clock last, night and whs st Pooled to drop an chor In Quarantine at about I n'rlock this morning. She will reach her dnck between 7 and a o'clock. She has an unuaually large number of pasHenxera. Including Mr and Mrs. Ogdcti I.. Mills, E. II. Outerbrldge. Lloyd Bryce. Capt. Philip M. Lydlg. Mr. and Mrs Henry E. Phlpps. Mrs. Flexner, Walter W. Price, Mrs. David Rumsey, Justice Nathan Bljur, Mr. and Mrs. Druytoti Orlmke of Charleston, llobart I). Belts. Robert Emmet. Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Potter of Boston. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wldener of Philadelphia. Mr. and Me. J. L. Ranks, Mr. and Mrs. Geotfce Bul lock. Edwin D. Morgan. K. M. O'Neill. H. L. Rogers, Arthur Bull Hulllvsn, Mi. and Mrs. John Wells. C Fabnestock. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ely. Elisabeth H. Hoyl, Montaigue, Tat Montagne, Dr. Simon F. Barueh. Dr. William T. Cortlrtt of Clove land, Dr. Henry H. Lyle and Dr. Frank C. Todd of Chicago. Among the voyagers by Ihe White Star liner Cedrlc, from Liverpool and Queens town, expected to dock this evening, are: Perceval Tattersfleld, Mrs. Ogdsn and the Mioses Ogden, Douglas Robinson. J. w Robinson. Joseph A. Marsh, P. C. Hcanlon. Mr. and Mra. Theialore J. LoOta, Mr. and Mra. J, W. Spear. Barton Mcwall, Mrs. E. W, Spencer and the Missea Gladys and Ethel Spencer. NOTED AUTO MAN DIES. .eorge W. Bennett Known Here for Rapid Rler In Business. Word came to aulumotiile men In this city yesterday of the death In Toledo of Grnrge W. Bennett. VlOf-presldonl and genial manager of Ihe Will) a-Overland Company. Mi. Bennett was one of the IIMOflMtt men In the stitotnobile bUSUIOsa Hla rise was rapid from June. 1910. when he be came associated with John N Willys In the Willys-Overland and other automobile companies. Just before Willys left re cently for Europe he gave Bennett a pree ent of $200,000. Mr. Bennett had been for about three years manager of the New York branuh for the White Company. He was married and had two children, both boys. Mr. Willys, who arrived Wednesday on the Imperator, left yesterday for Toledo aa soon as he could get a special train. He waa deeply affected by the news. OLDEST D. A. R. DIES; AGE 92. ' s Mrs. Charlotte B. Poacher Passes Away at Hlalnfleld, N. J. Pi.AiNriaM, N. J., Sept. It. Mrs. Charlotte B. Poucher. said to have been the oldest member of the Daughtera of the American Revolution Hied In-Htv at i the home of her son. Morris R. Masher. here, at the age of :'. She wits born at Claverack. N, Y.. and spent most of her life In Yonkers end New York city. 8he came to Plainfleld three years ago. Two sons survive her. Mortis R. Poucher and B. O. Poucher. the latter of Chicago. CHARLES DE YOUNG. Newspaper Owner's Moa Dead Prooa Urlnktaa Infected Water. San Francisco. 8ept. 18. Charles de Young. 32 years old. only son of M. H. de V mis--, publisher of the raronirfe, died of typhoid fever laat night at his father's San Mateo home. The drinking of In fected water at Monterey was blamed for his death. De Young during hla father's absence for several years was practically head of the big newspaper. He belonged to a half dozen clubs and had been active as a director of the Panama-Pacific Exposition. HORATIO M. ALLEN. .New Vorker llea In Gaeva, Where He Was Lnnoj a Healdrnt. Sf)er,ui Coelt DeaasJCn " Tit,. Si GINOVA, Sept. It. Horatio M. Allen of New Tork who was for lunar tunc a rsotdenl of this place, died lure to-day at the age of b. He lived in retire ment after the death of Ins wife ami is believed to have left larite fortune No will has been found Mary Olypbant Emmet. Mai Olyphanl Emmet, ths daughter of tho late Richard Stockton Kinmet. Jr.. and Mary Olyphanl Curtis, died yestsrdsy inoinlnx at her home In Itlda-efleld. I'onn.. In her nineteenth year. Mlas Emmet was operated on for appendicitis a few days axo. The funeral services will he held in Christ Church. Now Hochetle, to-mor-row afternoon at 2 o'clock Mlsa Emmet was a niece of William Temple Btnmel and Orenville T BSmmel Michael Murray. Michael Murray, for many years eaohlor of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, died In his sixty-fourth year at Ins coun try home at Atlantic Highlands yesterdas He had been with the Kqultable for forty -slz years and held the position of as sistant treasurer at the time of his death He was a member of the Lotus Club, the Pennsylvania Society and the Union Leaaue Club He Is survived by a niece, May L Murray of IMMsbure. , John B, t'urnla. Miimuktown, N V, Sept It, John E Corwln, T r years old, a retired banker, waa found dead of heart disease In a chair at his home here to-day. He con ducted a private bank In Mlddletown fur over a quarter of a century One son. Allen, of Middleiown. and two daiiK" ters, Mrs. John Hattford of New Vork snd Mr. Frank McKelvey of Rest on. Pa. survive. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Johanna hsubner. who died August 29 last, cut off her daughter. Mrs Jo hanna Press, with 16 anil asked her executor not to permit Mrs. Press to attend her funeral. She left t-.OO J.OOOj In of Tier Helen Hllcker "1n recognition faithful services and kind attention to me," and also left her a dog named Bills. In giving 11,000 to Herman .1 Van Kanip Of East Slxty-tl-lrd street she asked him to see that her grave geta attention In the spring and f.ill of each year. The daughter, Mrs Press, la rut off with 16 because nf "her unkind treat- men! of me for some years post." The , letter's daughter, Pauline H. Jacobs, also gets only It. Helen Bllckcr. whose resi dence Isn't known to the executor, gets the residuary estate. Gkorok W. Hkrtxkl. who died In Sharon. Conn., on December 11. 1910. had real estate in Now Tork worth 110,000 In addition to an estate in Connecticut. Daniol Eaoan, who dld June I, l!in, left 140,879 to hla wife, Man' 0. Kagan Pkoobc H Hart, who died in Newark. N. J., on November 23 last, left real eetate worth 1 1? :. , 0 o 0 subject to mort gagee nf (119,000. Her estate went to a daughter and aon, Vivian Hart Mooney and Harry H. Hart. Jambs Koi.i.ins, who died In Brooklyn May 27 last, left a net estate nf HI. Stl tO. which 10 divided between a daughter. Mabel F. Roy, and two sons Cmasi.xs B. Baldwin, who died In Brooklyn March 14 laat, left a net octal nf 144. TitS 48. all nf which, with the exteptlnn of 1100 goes to hla wife. Marlon C. Ma 10 win 1 STOFHBN II Hand, alio ,llrd m Brook- Ivn February It, pl, leu .. nei estaie of ItJ.lsO 74. which is divide,! equally ha. tween hla mother and two orotnero. 9 YANDERBILT STOCK TO COMPETE AT FAIR Others of Newport Summer Residents Will Show nt . Portsmouth. COUNTESS LEARY DEPARTS Mrs. h. Q. Jones, Mrs. OHmhrill anil Mrs. Pierson Are Kntertainers. NSWeoRT, Sept. is .Rovers! "i iho summer residents are expeiieit to sho their stork at the annual count v fair next week In Portsmouth, and anions' Idem will be Alfred O, Vanderbilt. KeginsM Vsnilerbllt. Henry A. C. Tsylor. Mr. ami Mra. Philip A t lark and M. M. Van Botiron. Mrs A. J, 'assail and her daiigliler. Miaa Loin CagOttt, siarted to-day for Phila delphia. Mrs Norman de R Vthitehouse Is entertaining Mrs Cordelia Tarrell of New York. Mr. and Mr I'lareme W Dolan. se oOnHponled by their family, left Newport to-day for Koslyn, L. I,, for a short slay before returning to Philadelphia for the winter. Mr and Mrs. Alwyn Hall and John s. Hall have gone to lire) ton Woods. Miss Maitha Heeckman arrived td-da from North F.sstoti snd will be the auest here of her brother. H Livingston Iters U mgn, and Mrs HeeeUninn nl Lands Knd Marry Honker of New i k l the glteol if Mr ami Mr- Peter l Martin ai ihelr collage on Hehre Poini Mr Mflriln, sl Ihough not entirely rOcOVOred from ip- ent illness, is much lieitei ihmi h"ii lie first arrived In Newport and is able to drive out each day with Mrs. start in. The old Oeesn House site nejl (o ihe Casino on Hellevue avenue, which was bought recently hy the Casino governor, is bain- cleared of debris which has bOM there since Ihe old hotel burned down in I1DH. Stones for boundaries will be placed around the site, the hushes and trees w ill he trimmed and other improvements will he made. Countess Annie l.earv, who did not arrive until late in the season, PlOSOu her I Ottggei Park Late, and returned to New Vork, Dudley S. (.sillier of New York Is here as Ihe guest of l.i-o en. 1 1 ,1 siewart, Mrho N nit c from New York with Mr, Oautler, H. Cory Morgan of New ork, the gUOSl ol Milton s BOTger, and William O'D l-elin of New Vork registered 01 Ihe Casino Mrs ( hurles II Baldwin w ill be a luncheon hostess at stunt llarlior on Saturday Mrs Daniel l-'earina woo otttoftolnod ol lunvhoon as sueat of Mrs. Lewis QttOntln .tones Mrs. Richard fjaoiblill onteftOltlOd at dinner at her oottOtTO. Mrs. .1. Fred Pierson, Jr., gaea luni lieon at her cottage. At Pine Lodge Hoberi Booroem of New York entertainis:! a company ai dinner. The Russian A mbassadof and Mine Htkli ineieft will return to Wasliingtun on Oftobel1 II, leaving here October L', after i losing the Kmhaasy ami staying ten days in New Vork. The .lames ( iordon Henneti eoitage on Hellevue orobUO w ill be the headttuari eie of the Embassy again next summer, ac cording to Ihe A mbassador's present plans. DIED. ARMSTRONG. Verne. ei Services "THE FUNBRAL CMUIIOB." 241 West Twenty-third street iKrank Campbell Bids i Friday, : o'clock. Under suspires Actors' Fund DRAKE. -At his residence. 330 Wr. Flfty- eeventh. sired, on Wednesdsy, Beptem bet t Lswrencs hrak Kuneral service Will ls liel.t .it Ihe Church nf i. .n Hiei at, Timothy, '3t West Fifty-seventh street, on Bsturdsy, ,sp temlter i!0. hi J o'i look KMMKT - At her home In RldgegSld, nnn . mi Thursdsy, September iv Marv Olyphsnt Kmmst, daushtei of the lets Richard Stockton Bmntet, Jr . ami Mary Olyphanl Curtis In hr IMIi ye.ir Funeral SSrVlcSS will he held hi I'hrlst Church, Pelhim M.inar. on Saturday. September CO. at 'J P M CsrrlSgS Will be mi Felham ststlon to meel lh, irHtn isaving Orand Oninl simlon 1 fl., P M liAV.NoK - .ti ss.t. Ssptsmbsr It ivn will lain .i Gayner Services win ie nebi exclustvel) f" ihe fsiiiiiv ui his lais residence, ."'i Ifilghth avenue, Brooklyn, on Satiir,iu. BORWOOO ai Kobokon, "n Wednesday sepiemher 17. itlt, Bdward Henry, bo loved husband of Charlotte Louise llor m sod Private at'vlcss slll bs hsld'si his inte resldsnee. 1101 Osrdsn sireei on Friday evening. Bsptehtbsr It Church servless prill be held at Die Trinity Bplscopal I'hureh. corner Seventh snd Washington streeis. Koboksn, Oaturda) morning, tatptsmber -0. st 10:10 o'clock. JBNK1NO, on Tuesda. dsptsntber It, mil, at tits Ansonla Hotel. Frank Jenkins. Kuneial serviies at the rssldsncs of his brethet. Usury C. Jenklna. Boonton, V J . on Friday nfternoon. September 19 st half past I, o arrival df train leaving yoboken iD I. and W R. R nt lilt. HoXBNN A The Hv John A . pastor of at, Aloyslus Church, --i Wsst i-'i:d street, on aodoeodoy, ospterAber i. at 5 A M. Divine Office -l ':30 A M f..lloe,l bv solemn hlfli mass of requleni t it n'cloek. PatUrdOy, September -A Kindly omit flowers. MURRAY 1913. Ml. h. Funeral lantlc tin Tkursdsy, Septsniber it. si Atlan-.ie lllslii.inils. N. .1 , i Murray services si ins late residence, a Highlands, nn Bsturdsy, Beptem tier It, loll, st r. P vi Klndl) omit fluwen pOUt'HBn - On Thursday, Bepiamhef i. 1413. Charlotte Hsthla. ajdt.w of Hieiiajii Morrlz Poucher, ssed 81 rearo, l-'i in ei a I from the reidan,: of hi r son, Morrii it Poueher. 1031 Fark s venue, PlatnBeldi N i Salurdai'. Heplember '.'0. ut 3 O'clock Carriage, will meet train leaving i'wentv-thir.1 oirsot 1 :4t, f.lberlly street hi 3 o'olnik. on the C R. R of N J RtDOWAI Mllltarv Ordtf Of the l.nyal I. salon. Rent ajiondory of Hi" BtatS of New York -rompanlon Ilea rv Itldswsy dtad Heplsm her 17. 91l Fursrsl Saturday, Ssptsi i. ner 2ft. 1!13. from his !;ils resldsnrs, 11 lirattani aVSOUOi PotSrtOn, N J, at l.ld e'clOCll ! M 1 o'i i unions aIll attend. Hy order of BOWIM mtkwart. fkoilallutsidsi WILLIAM S OOUHWKl.U Recorder RUHSKLL -On Tuesday. September 14. Itlt, Mra. William A. Kusssll. funeral to day at 3:30 P. M. at the heme of hsi sons, l.nuia Arthur Russell and Freileili k '' RUSSSlli, 8 Boulh street, Newark. N J. Friends see Invited. WBIOHT in Wednesday, tsptotnbor 14 Itlt, si bis resldeote, i'4 Park plana Newark. V J Colonel Rdword H Wrlgkti kUZbOOd 01 Horothra M Wright FnSsrai Mrvlesg nn Saturday morning September -o, st 10 o'iock, at the llauss of Fruysi. Newark t'NOEHTAKJktUI. OUMtTOIlH. - a. I.VfKIaVLOI'NTi eilentlni tnil ioaittiiri iwM '.ti i mti I) Ol Trbt plkBATlfiN i.HiMSallS UaiOle Village. I- L lemphiei, tne, a 1'houe 4110 WtUgiBikburf 4 Plttonfld.