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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914.
BEQUEATHS MINERAL ;THE BOGERT-PEARSON
WEALTH OF COUNTIES WEDDING ON SEPT. 5
jri-.-I'liilip'.f'H Will Himsos of ,
Hiirliis llt'M I'mlor An
cient I o II f .
s i T. TO IM'IU'HASK Til KM
f I'litniilii Coiintv mill a
I'.irl of Dutchess Included
, , i.s.it tiled .leMcrday of the e
' l s MarnarA1 (louvern-ur Phil
. . 1 ed at West Klfty-slxtb
. I dird on leemhr 0 last, shows
.u!i she tt f property now vnl-
3ti.&:3 she bad in inteieit
mi neral binils In Putnam county i
south half of Dutch's county,
iv bring her hflrs a fortune
i sittlptn'nt to Iw made with
I? sVate of New York. Valuable
. !. .f lion or-: have been found In
, i -nit y. as wll as of silver and
.f heir to the estate of Miss
hr 'Is'.' r, Catherlno Wads
i d I pse. to whom she left hi r In
n Do mineral land, ami J IT . I i 1
liible propertj. The tax on her
'i tue mineral rights In 7l.7il
..f 1' itnim and Dutchess county land
e tlxed until after the settlement
i. ' i-'n has neen made bv the State,
i 1 ; se left the remainder of her
. i.. 'ior eotM' i Mr. Mary P. Sat
r ,' . West I'lfty-slXitb street Her
Kir IJ'i.ena In stocks and bonds to
r .!.! s Helen Wailsworth Heirn of
1 p-iofc. N. I. and Helen lllnncbard
t st-oiidsliurg, Pa , but at the time
d. i, h ihe ovnid no securities.
.. rulierlne Wailsworth Phlllpse
.. ir .itlldavlt In icgnrd to her In-
.:i tb- Putnam nnd Duchess county
i. iglits. In which she said that the
Latent, consisting of all of
i . in. I tne lower part of Duchess
be ned In 1761 to Philip
.., M.ir Phlllp'e MurrtH, wife of
.rns, and Siisuntiab Phlllpse
r. p. wife of lleverly Itoblnson. In
v . ii r the phlllpse patent property was
' op.d into nine partH. chcIi of the
i- s txklng three parta and reserving
;,irtltion deeds all the milling and
i. nl rights.
i - g (lie K'Vfilutlotiary war the lands
Morris and lleverly llohinsnn
'Isiated bv the state and the
" i" ii of l'orfeltuie was directed to
tiir property. The land of Philip
,.., of whom MIsh Phlllpse was an
w ii not disturb, d and bis heirs still
1 i tblrd tnte-est In tho mineral
.-f 7 1,77; acres
Legislature In 1912 directed the
I i 'it', e Cotnmlesioiic r of New York
. ! i!i. title to land in Putnam and
. s ... 'intie by pu-ohaslng the mln
i. gbts .f tb Philips heirs. The
ii sm.iiiers have t.iken no steps up to
i it time except to determine the
250 FLOWER SHOW EXHIBITS.
Products of (iiirdens of Mnnchrstrr
"sriTi.H. Vt . Ann. 13- A tlower!Mr and Mrs. Hertrand Taylor, In Park
-I ii.ird.ii exh. lotion on Hie lawn of ' avenue. Mr and Mrs. Taylor are abroad
Ms . i,M Ciintber "f New York' Mm lirab.iine. White will sail this week
iVned neirly tw . bundled mid i '"' HoR'and
''v . i:tilt. '.poinding flowers In wises, i
brtd.il bouquet and banging NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
.,--' and on decorated tabls. Women .
... '' , . ' , " ' I
,.on" f.r l , !
yillage Improvement Asso-
ud-d Mrs. Charles S ra. els ,
. . i! includ
f Tr... Mrs. Clarence M. Clark. Mrs.
'I'bcrt M Janney, Mrs. H. M. Sill and
M-s .? i I'e Coursey of I'hllndeipni.i,
M- Horace i; Young. Mr". Oeorgo II. I
T"iet,e- and Mrs. A. M. Heed of Al-1
ianv and Mrs James u Taylor, Mr.
it F McQueen. Miss Anita Hliss, Miss
xl'.ce II. Fox. Miss Florence Taylor, Mrs.
''hsrles II. Pray and others of New York.
v partcularly tine display of gladioli
. sme fr.im the farm of Arthur Cowie at
" n. N Y. The exhibits from the
lam" It Wilbur farm Included a large
il'ect'in of rare plants.
SCHOOL CHILDREN IN PAGEANT.
n!e of Mnnluittnn tn Dutch nnnclrd
for Historical Celebration,
Tve ter-entenary commercial annl-'-aiv
of New York State was celebrated
erdu afternoon on Staten Island by
" ' s.'hool children from twenty-one
! 'ii-, e srho.ils of lower Manhattan and
the llerough of Itlchmond The gayly
"'turned army of boys and girls reached
t"e Curtis High School Field at New
H-'ght in by way of St. (leorge about 3
e . .ck
Five hundred girls dressed in white,
n't1! numhers of their schools on their
leeves, gave a picturesque I'Xhtbltlon of
ih folk dancing of various nations. The
bnvp, realistically disguised ns Indians
sn1 r'ut'h settlers, enucted the historic
'tie of Manhattan to the Dutch (or J'.' I.
The gims and the races were organized
nnd referent by the Public School Play
$4,000 FOR MRS. DURYEA,
Court Settles Animal .tllioiiiiirr for
Wife of Xfnttennnii Pntrlclde,
S ip'e'ne Court Justice Hendrb'k heard
s'giTei't lestordav on the application of
V" x I, Duryea for an lm reaso of
'"i ' ' under her decree of separation
-ed 'ii mot from Chester It. Duryeii,
nt- , i.i Matteawan for Killing bis father,
" Hirmi Dure.i
Srr.. I'm; Mrs Puryea Inn iecelvel
3" a week alimony ami 110 a week for
' m- "" Chester II. Duryei. Jr., and she
H-ke.1 lnpr.nl. II 71111 i . r.'i .. l.
.... .... , ..' - .
""r 010.0H11U is neenreii cu an in-
i "or is.noo a joar under the will of I
"'ir.sel for a trust company suggenteil
tht J tOOn a year should be sufficient
' untiv for Mrs Duryea and Justice
H'lKir-k necejited tho suggestion and
flxtd it at that sum
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
rANh C. IIovt, who died nt Samford.
Conn, on Auust 3, leaung ,u estate "f
-e t liar, J7.. "fin, left th,. Mic.illie to liu
fit'ur. Rinjntniu Fr,inkl?;i llu.it. i in
b fathir's death the estate goes -o
i Irew It and ('holies M. Ibi.it. brothers,
'-id llertha !lot and Agnes Pattcr-on,
''Haiii.eh F I'nr.HN, who died November
"-. If'i;. left lli,fi3 to his willow, a son
.. d daughter.
."olomon I'oitN, who died January I,
"'H. b-fl llfl, 731 to his wife, two sons
' d a daughti r
lis F. I'aoNis. a former Queens pollt'
mIP, who dieil In Far Itockaway on June
s or lust war, left an estate valueil it i
41., Against whicti debts to I lit
"ml of !33.3rt '.in iipiieap among the
pflldauts tiled with Tl-aiihfer Tux An
I' e aiih The es'.ite I. left to the'
i low Mi lllir.ah-i'i Crm,n '
' ii ", Van I 'PT f"' lei i, cir,i!
'' ' t -e i. '.1'fii It it 'i. r c m'-aii'
' ' f-ei n.i r n '. st Ii 't ai '
' it t 1131 s lr, , Mm,.
v 1 .iii ii-' u Doug'aston.
(Vrpiiinny in Newport Church
Will He Followed by Heccp
tlon at. Ochre Point.
MILS. HKHWIXI) KXTKHTAINS
Mrs. Pembroke Jones Will Not
llnve Dmieiii"; nt Her
Nrwront. Auk. Flans h.ie been
completed for the wedding of Miss Jo
f 'Ililns Sotithwlck Pearon and lleverley
llogert nf New York, which will lake
place In Trinity Churoh here ut 4 o'clock
on the, afternoon of September .', and will
be followed by a rcctptlon at the homo
of Miss Pearson's mother. Mm. Fred
erick Pearson, on Ochre Point. There will
be only two attendants, Miss Lesley P.
I'mrnOn. mulct of honor, and Clarence
Hogcrt, best man
lb-cause of the rain to-day the final
In the women's doubles at the Casino
"oilhl not bo played. Those who regis
tered at the Casino were Mr. nnd Mm.
Orlswold A. Thompson, who arrived on
Tuesday night on tho power yaohl Pan
Toy II. nnd on which they gave a
limrhcon to-d.iy, Mrs I". II Tooker of
Pittsburg and Mm. n It Skinner of
Sdttle at the New Clirfs; Jnmi-n A.
Ilurdin of Now York visiting Arthur
The lHdy of Mrs. William Wnnoy
'M taken to Providence Una afternoon
Mr and Mrs .1. lltiMdl Pope have re
turned to New York on thf a:eam yacht
Naradi., and M. M. van Iteuren la back
ftotn a flailing trip In Canada.
Mr. and Mr. It. T. Wilson have gone,
to Saratoga for the remainder of August
Mis. Nathaniel Thayer of Hoston arrived
this evening nt her summer home hern.
The rilittvcs here of James J. Van
Alert, who Ik nl llaslc, Switzerland, wero
reassured by a message from him to-day,
as It wan feared th.it he wna In the
Mm. Lawrenco I.. (Illlcsple, Mrs. (Sam
brl'.l and Mm. Ilpnry Harton Jacob were
dinner hostesses thl evening. Luncheons
were given at tli naval training tda
tlon by Mm. lMward J Hrwlnd nnd
Capt. and Mm. linger Welles, the latter
having as client Hear Admiral and Mrs.
Frank K. Fletcher and Hear Admiral nnd
Mm. Ilradley A Flske
ltrglna,d Norman (rave a stag liinrheon
at the .""'quantum flub Mr. Pembroke
Jones, who bad planned to give three large
dinner dances Liter In the month, has
given up the danee part of her entertain
ments and will give oiilv the dinners.
Harnti llorst von iVmner of the Her
man L'mbassy baa r turned from Wash
ington. Alfred Anson of New York has
concluded bla vlalt to Mrs. Thomas J.
The midsummer flower how. under atis
plcn of the Newport Harden Club and
the Newport Horticultural Society, will
open to-inonow on the grounds of Del
lourt, nivtiod by Mrs O. II I. Hclmont.
MRS. GRAHAME-WHITE HERE.
IlilKllsli l tutor's Wife lliii'L In Nest
YorU fin Visit.
Mrs. Claude ilrabame-While, w-hn as
Miss Dorothy Talor was well known In
this citv before lu-r marriage to the Eng
lish aviator, l.s nt the home of her parents.
Mr and Mrs. (irenvllle Teinpte Snelllng
"" niakliig a round of visits In So-jthamp-
, u , wh , , ,
h( , f .
Mrs. J. West llornor, who has been In
Alexandria Ha v. N Y.. for eeeral weeks.
'"'vo to-diiv for Har Harbor, where
w-m vl"" lr '"' Mrn. Jean Saint
i r oi ii asmngion.
Mr. and Mrs Inic,ister Morgan and
Miss Helen Itlilgely Morgan have left
Watch Hill, It. 1 . for Manchester, Vt.
Mrw. Morgan will Introdin e her daughter
to society early In December.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus F. Kountie of
Orchard Hill F.-rtn Katon.ib. are at the
(iotham for a brief stay.
1'iert Jansen Wendt II returned last week
from Kurope, where he had been since
tho latter part of Ma.
Mr. .1. Din'lev Morgan nnd her son,
Carroll Morgan of WaAhington, D. C., are
at the Wolcott.
Miss Harriet Coleman Clover, a daugh
ter of tho late Henry She.iff (Hover, will
bo married to Canlner W. Mlllett on
October 31 at Moorlands, her mother's:
country place, In Falrtleld, Conn
The annual costume ball for tho benefit
of the Southampton Hospital will take
place on August So at the Meadow Club.
Southampton. T,. I.
Mrs. W Itayard Cutting and Mls
Olivia Cutting luivo gone to North K.ut
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Ilrokaw have
come from Southampton by auotmolillo
to tho Plaza to remain for several ilajs
Prof, and .Mrs. II. Fairfield Oehorn will
not go to Uurope as tho) bad planned, but
will remain nt Castle Itoek, their country
place In Harrison, N Y. until the end of
Mrs. Itobert Hewitt of ArdsIey-on-Hud-son
b.iii announced the engagement of her
daughter. Miss IMvthe iVballos Hewitt,
to Charles Coe Town-tend, a son of the
late Jumps Korlm.in Towneend of this citv.
The wedding will take place In the au
tumn at the homo of the brtdi
Arrlinls Prom Hot leriliioi 11 ml H'esf
Arilvals by the I lolliind. America liner
Potsiliin from Itotlerdam :
Mi ant Mm It. J ile
Xe snd ltr Oi'-ar A
W II Maxwell. Jr
.luiih K Hern.ie.n
Mr rtiid Mrs Frank (i
m. Msresrei O'Kecfe
The Ml.ie. Klll-lheth I lr t' J Ow-ei
and A, Inline Ilriiwi luj I, H r.nf, ;.t
.Mrs Mats-l iiliu i an
ile prof nnd .Mrs Alts-rt
.lii.epn 1) F. Pun:."
Rnhert F Fi remen, Jr
h t' Kletclur
I T C A Hil'vnitein
The Hrv NnhoI.H
twiill. O S. II
.Mr and Mr M Vsr.
Mr and Mrs fali-ln
l)sn Kuirine Tetrlaff
f)r nnd .Mrs J
Mr and Mr A M
Ernet A h'nobl.1iieh
The llev slid .Mrs Kit
Mrs Illltahesh Weir.
Anii lis by the Itnjial Mall liner Dan
lib- from Antlll.i .md West Indian iorts.
.1 M Adinis
.1 II Hell
Mr. M "I HrooU
11 hnn ile Csrieret
Col T W M Ilrsprr
H ii Davidson
A V Kerr
Mr mil Mrs W. rt.
.1 It .MeCmcken
.1 II Klehardson
Mrs 1, M sjre.
H c nrre,i
w i mun
Mr and Mrs Hcrmmn W K Thorns
Mn tV A Wilson
W II Jarvls
In .Npii 'orl. To.ilii,.
Chsmbee ,,f I 'onuio ice. mef ling nt noon.
i 'ompensHtlon Commission, meeting.
Metropolian llill'dlng, In .10 A M.
HsIrniTton Irving II gh S 'hnol, ex
li 11,1 inn of pi nlitifTs frrmi ,h, Metropolltnn
M iseum !' A M to P M
N'atloi., Ails Club, ex'rbi'. m of paint
i -m 11") Fa t N'ietcentli striet
Ctv 'tub Oilli ti m of paintings 5S
W it Fort" fourth ftn-et.
RAIN AT NARRAGAHSETT
DnftMP TUnnnD nDUnlDO'st the C.rlswobl Included Mr. and Mrs
Duumo inuuuix nr rhino
Women Will TnUe Part in the,
(iyinkhiinii of the Polo
N.r.RAOAvn-rr PirK, Aug 13. It
rained hard here during the morning and
early afternoon, and lis a result there
were numerous bridge parties, teas and
other indoor affairs
Amonu. ihn.e who witnessed the finals
In tho doubles of the Point Judith Conn
tn club t. nnts tournament v
M!.ies Iteatr'ee and Heitrude de Coppet,
Mr. and Mrs, S Hlnman lllrd. Thomas
Hitchcock, Jr. Philip S. P. It.indolph. Jr.
Wlstir It.iiulolph, Stephen C. Ilarkofskl,
Mrs. John R Fell. Harold Harvey. Alex
ander Hrown, Mrs. Hlakeman Q. Meyer,
Jo'vph Meer. S. W. Paul, Jr.. and Her.
nard C. Law.
Henry Hrevnort Kane of New York
Is cha'tman of the committee In charge
the annual fancy dre.H ball at the Casino
on Friday (libers on the committee are
. t. , I III. I (J 11 11 ....Inlt, ,
Otto L. .Meismaii of St Louis and 01n.v
Arnold now connected with the American
legation at Cairo, Kgypt
. unmist irvmkhsns nf the Polo
Club on Friday afternoon the progrnnmi -
will nrohabtv Include n polo ball race for
men and women, a n.iu nnu uiisnri ran-
an apple and bucket race, a muselal
chain a 30" iard sprint for horses and
n hurdle race "for hore.
A charlti bridge whist party and tea
dance waa given by Mrs. John II llanan
of New York nt Shore Acres
The second match In the polo tnurna-
ment for tho Atlantic cups presented by
William A. Hinard of .New lorK will he
Philip M Precott entertalne.1 nt
tirldge at her cottage. Pretlcotte. Mrs.
Samuel II Valentino of New York will
give a bridge part lit her home. Vnl
mar. to-morrow, .xim. iiiiuam x erase
nf New York w 111 give one or tun largest
.'' -.. . .
bridge whist parties of the season at Wee
Two cottage on l-rlday ,
A dance was given at the Mathewson
Hotel this afternoon ,,,,'
Ainory F.llot of Nrw ork is 1 Isltlng
his cousin. Jim. j 1. wr
"tort, nt Fait nock cottage. Frederick
tow, in " n"w v -
Tt. Hazard of Hvpa-MUfl arrlve.l to-na, at
Westmoreland Fields to Join his family.
ONE DAY BRIDE SUES HUSBAND.
UiXI I'ol uiv.-f-i ""
lrs, llrlpp Cnxslej 'eel.s Sepnrn-
llon With Sr. WeeUI) llniony.
A romance which began on a steam
ship voyage between New- York and New
Orleans, resulted In the marriage In New
xr'nr Ui .rr.:.7
,.,. returned wi revo.Heil in
Siipietn- Court vesterd-iy when Mrs J.ino
Fllzabeth C-iwlev tiled i suit for sepiru.
tlon ftom llrlcc Cawlei. a food Insp dor
In tho Department of Hcilth, and son of
l!nmiel J Cawlei. Jr.. an Insursnc hro -
ker at 7 Pine street
ker at 1 ine strci i
MrS. ( .IWlel Riy.i lirr iureiil'i n le .,'
lncom of more than 150 .1 wiel and
asks S3f ft week alimony.
,,i. (lee Ptillliln linproiliiK.
Supreme Court Justice Rugeno A. Phil
bin, who was operated on last Thursday
for appendicitis nt MIph Alston's Sani
tarium, whs said last night to bo Im
Wen I her nt fsninnier llesorts.
Ashprt TafiIi . Aug 12 -Temperature,
Atlantic ' 'itt, Mir 13
AstlKVIl.tr N" C, Aug, 11 Tempera
"A holy war.
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
N'r.w I,ovpov. Aug. 12. Motor arrlvils I
n Mnms, miss Kdyth Manm.
i"ns cuy l i.anria . i i i.inioro. .iies
Ko.x mond Cllffurd. New Iledford i Pack
ii ATKRHt'p.T, Aug. 13 Among tho mo-
tor arrivals at the Hotel Klton oti the
i i-.iion on me
Ideil Tour were:
Mr. anil Mrs. A. t.. Dickerman. New
York (Cadillac): Mr. and Mrs. Lowry.
Baltimore, and Mrs. Haywood. New York
(Peerls); Mr. and Mrs William Paul,
Jr. Newark i Cadillac). Mr. and Mrs S
C,. Lee, K.ist Orange (Ford). Mr an I
Mrs. (!. A. How-en, L. S. Uowen, C. N
New-lug, New York f Oidsmohlle) , Mr
i ml Mrs. Clan urn White. Mr. and Mre.
it. ,. strong, lted Hank, N. J. (Oakland
Mr. and Mrs. William H Vogel. Miss
Vogel. William It. Dorman. Hrooklyn
(Plcrc). Mr and Mrs. Henry K. Rus-
... 11 IMMill.1,1 ti.sn lllnilnf.nl . Y. II
i ,.n,i ( it itnrers. Danhurv (Hudson I:
Mr. and Mrs. T. Clarkson Lewis. Jr..
New Haven I Packard)
Lenox, Aug. 13 New Yorkem who ar
rived by automlblle to-day at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hehr (Stearns) , I.,
' r.....r-A 1 llAnlh Iw 1.- II U..TI 1 11.
' son ( Pierce) . Miss Jessie Wallace, Miss
Mvra Cov. Miss Alice Johnston i Loco-
mobile). Also Mr. and Mrs. W Paul, Jr.,
1 Uf.ktton Woods, Aug. 13 -Automobile
arrivals at the Mount Washington Included :
Or nnd Mrs. L. A Ondvlie. Miss Gladys
- nullum i iiuu.-iui) . .nr. eon eire . n me nini oivision .urs. a. t . lieMen of New " " ' - .- pi,,,, ni..m, ...in ,,,i . ... .
Olive. Dorothy (i.itz. Laurence fiatz York defeated Arthur Lambert of N. w "Is Pari dobut was mnje on i-cohj. ' ;.7.V:' 'V ...
! (Packard). Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hur- York. In tin second division C.eotge H "' 11. 10. at the Theatre do la (Hallo 'r,r!."'Zl i . . ,. Z
of, rage (Pierce Arrow), Mr and Mrs. A. Oaston of New York defeated J. M Win. , as CoIohmo ln Duprafs "peir&cn. lie, "..",:..,.. ..i.. ." V
i L. Sti.iler. Miss Marlon Snyder, Miss C. ter made his first appeirance at the Pari ' "'" " "rr aim mm
L. Snyd.r. A L Snjder. Jr. (Packard):' Mr.. Alfred White of New York. Mrs. ' opera Hou-e on Juno If.. IStJ. as .l.'rpJi. , h- 'lt.r" "f "!? ,rl"'11 c,t-
dpdyke and Miss KlUabetb Opdyke. ' Mrs Hfnrv Y. Satterlee of Washington
' jersei city (Cadillac) : Ornery L. John- vlnltlnK Mrs. Churchill Satterlee. Mr.
'son, New York "Mercer) - J J. Tyler, and Mrs Henry Holllster pease have gone
' New York (Kissel); A. P. Leon. New'10 Blank Point, Conn., for two weeks,
' York (Cadillac) ; A. fiarslde, New York JJ1"" lbe D. Shotter Is with Mr. and
(Cadillac). Arrivals at the Mount Jlrs Hamilton Fish Henjamln at Hewlett,
iM.n.ant were Mr and Mrs D'lvM IleHs, j ' . .
vw york (Packard). Mr and Mrs
William C. Uoode
Miss B. Goods and
Miss Clara C.oode. Om.on. N. J (P,er,. ,
, U..v,.i.rr Aiir 15 .Arrtvn's at
the riratillden Hotel over the Ideal tour
Mr. and Mrs
1 nil rn I . urn
(Ilulck) , George
bchotter ,ev lor,,
..,.1 . 1 1 mm.mi.
,r'of;k,vn'(j-.ac!,',r(i) ;Mr.' and Mrs. Victor
n, pelamater, New York (Peerlers) . Mr
Alexander Whlttey, White
plains (Packard); Mr and Mrs. It. II.
JUlw 1 1 c (CnalnrM , Mr
Bn,t Mrs. F-. J. Hvlati. New York ( Steien.
,,.... i..t.h snvlilve. .New oil
, Mr Mrs, Krank ninton.
Hrookyn n.0Ier) ; Mr. and Mrs J. II
Wheelew right. White Plains ( Pierce -
, Arrow). , ,
mr, ... .,, ,1, .AirUlshv
iia' nr.oir.r,, ... r.,. . - -
autonionllH at tue, rxpiinox iiiims uimuoe i
the following from New- York: j
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hdwards (Pillmer-1
Singer i . Mrs. Henry O. dark. Miss Clark,
Miss II. Hark. Mlsn Ma.-y L. Clark
(Callllae), Mr and Mrs. H L. Thornell
i Oidsmohlle) . Mr and MrH. w D. llevin
I Thompson (llerce); Mr. and Mrs. W I
HiTi.is-f. Aug 1 1 --To-day's arrival"
In .niioiiioblle at the Herwick 'tu luded
H Townlv. Mrs. A. II Townly, Job-
iMcAvov, New York (Simplex). Mr and
'.M'f neurne Uunt.-in. Miss Huntoon. II.
n, ,,.. itn,iivii . Mr and Mrs c
Huntoon, Hrooklyn .
Mr and Mrs
Ollcs and pfy.
DUKE DECIDES TO LIVE HERE.
Manchester, Voir llenil of I'llni
terprlse, llent Apnrliupiit.
The Duke of Manchester, who has be.
come president if the Intf rMHtloiiHi Kilu
op Hijri.u nil orSfniZBii"!. wmui ni i
oroiuce .iioving pictures on edm utl.mal
and niWIcal HUbJtcts and in v ihlej, the
11CV I'l l liarie. li i ni.n'ii ...B,..r,.
1 Carter, John P Rockefeller, Jr., nnd Vtn-
cint Asfi are interesieo nae ieaea a
double aimrtment at West Fifty seventh
street for a term of ears
BRIDGE PLAYERS EX(!EI,
r,niiv Off IfoilOr'! fit I pnnv
Mr, rrowninhield fiives
l.r.Noi Aug 13 Mr, Chester Lynn of
Lenox g.-ii. a pivot bridge party at the
Hotel Aplnwall last night. The honors
were captured by Mrs. Fannie H nager,hH ln""1 l'r,lll"r, "Pr!l, concwl
of Jersey. Mrs J S. Ucvie- of Clinton J ? fLf'Tit oirW'i.r.n to-day. He hud
la. ; Mrs. H. A. Strong of Ited Ilink, N. J. :
Mrs C W. Kress and Miss Lillian Latour!
of New York, WlllHm IlrlncVerhofT of
Jersev City, William Ollbert of Washing-
ton. Dr. D. Headon Kjlo of Philadelphia.
William Strong and Dr. C. V. S. Webster
f New- .ir! and Chester Lvop of Lrnox
The Hotel Asplnwall opened Its new
golf course to-day with a tournament
II .n, . . .
of Washington are guests at niuiwood
Curt, pltisfjeld. M Its Marllena Drake of
Mutitcl.iir Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs John
Huttnii at Fernslde. In Tvrlni-him xi-
and Mrs fleorge S Wlso are entei taln'lng
Hohert Hudd of CPnton, N V.. at thtir
Kotrt H. Dwlght of Itoston
openea r.er .-oinge in mchmtmd Mrs.
.. . . . ' - '.- " c "". "I I IMS
Held Mrs. Frederic Crorttilnshleld rave .1
luncheon t Konkapot, entertaining for
1fr Thnmn, It'll,.., 11-. Li
oR. (o UfU yu Mrs. Crownlnshleld. I
M- Hohert W Chm'.n and Mr. and I
m.u i ..i- t ii ci . .
ported'from I-ondoa 'Tliev will soon rT
turn to Tyrlnghstn
Mr nnd Mrs. Horace u Moorhead of
Hronxvlile, Miss Elizabeth 'ilrown Mr
and Mrs It. K null. Mr. and Mrs Will.
h,. n miie-i, n.,., w a to ... . ...
Vnrk and Mr. and Mrs Henrv II. King of
i..sl.ig arrived at the "led Lion Hi"
I Mr and Mrs S O Nel,or, of New York
...-. o ii.. i..,i .. .. j
. nK uieiii-- jinn .urs i-ornin
arrived frmn Itiswlrh, Mass . to visit Mrs.
.1. i reuericK scnencK.
Mrs, Mnry It H-ndilx of Hro.iklvn will
arrive soon at the Hlshop cottage. Mr.
aiel Mrs Dudley Dublouix of Mount
Klsco. Dr and Mrs F.dward D Chesbro
Mr and M's. R Cllrford Holden of New
York are at the Curtis. Mjs Frances
Hall, who had been a guest nf Mr. and
Mrs. W Roscoe Bonsai at Klnnlcutt place,
has gone to New York
FOR HAMMERSTELN MEMORIAL.
A commltteo of prominent ehowmcn
aid vaudeville headllners will meet at
tiic noiei ivnicnernooKer next e,nes,i:,i
or .-seie orK at the Maplewood. Plttsfleld. . '"""i""' nerformance. "The lletter Jlan, By Cyrus
Mr and Mrs Julius W. Warm-k, Miss "" In honor of the golden annlversat of i ,.a,iv. produced by the Fs.
Helen Warneck and MIm Vera W.rneek '" wJ""" Ambassador Poe was pre.- ,,Uv,rg K(lm rompapv tt has
of Montclsl- arrived at the Maplewood a"" ','m a -"" nm bee, releared to the Ptcure theatre,
to-day Miss IMith Appfton of New York telegram to the couple , J ' .
afternoon to arrange for the perpetu.il S , u remalnliu there from 7.1 to
endowment of a hospital bed in mi niory I .
",,,V,'1!'V" 1,'?,''''"':' , i I Mr Snv.ler then returned to Massa
Percv , Williams, who w, ono of Mr ..,1R.!I ,, )nK sine serv. d in two
Hiimniersteln s closest frlen is. Is at the . . . .. ,,..i, ...... i k.....i..
I heart of the uioi emeni and associated
; with bin- are .. F. ,ec Job,, J Mur
r, ,"i . i ii 'iri, iiuiiui-u ii ,iin-on
Na' Wi'l-. lieergo Ie M.xl'e find others.
i in" nonorari socretaries are nert ucii
I nnd Lonev Haskell It Is the purpose to
endow a bed In a children's hospital
JOHN P. HOLLAND
DEAD IN NEWARK!
Inventor of Stibnuirlne Hont.
Succumbs to Pneumonin
nt. Ajro of 71.
RALLIED SEVKIIAL TIMES
Wife, Three Sons nnd DiiURliter
Are nt the Iledslde When
Newark, N. J., Aug. 12.-John Thlllp
Holland, Inventor of Hie submarine boat,
died ito-day In his lKm at 38 Newton
street. In his seventy-second year.
He wa taken III with pneumonia on
July 4, and owing to his advanced ago
his llfo had been despaired of several
tlme-a. Several times ho rallied, but on
Monday be. he'ame. unconscious and re
mained so until trie end.
At tho bedside wero his wife, three sons '
and a daughter. No arrangements have !
jet been made for tho funeral, 1
t.lkn many great inventors John 1.
Holland was described as a man of verv
quiet and retiring mannem but one of
grim mid tenacious purpose. In hie old
age he met with financial reverses and
hardship, which, while never severe enough '
to leave him In actual want, had never-
meiess neen the cans of much worry
He first began to think seilnusly of a
submarine Iwat while In T.urope whi n the
news came of the battle between the Moni
tor ami tno .nerrimac. "That battle." he
frequently said, "revolutionized naval eon-
structlon and set me to think of how It 1 American rltlten.
could bo revolutionized again." I The last heard of Mr. Dlppel he was
From that tlmo until 1S9H, when a sub- In Carlsbad. On July 2i he left for
marlno torpedo boat constructed by him , enna, and since that date not a word has
performed In the waters of the Kill van been heard from him. His season was
Kull before a commltteo of Oovirnnient to open In Phlladflphla On September I',
representative with such su"ces that i and he had planned to be here a month
nothing was left wanting, Mr Holland , In ndvance of that dite Mitv Dlppel.
devoted his entire thought and energy to i who Is well known in this city, was with
the task he had set himself. her husband In ''rUbad and left with
It was In 175. aftr nearly fifteen him for Vienna Their home Is at Kal
years of study and experiment, that Mr I tenlutgeben, a suburb of Vlcnm
Holland first submitted his iitami to the ,
1 landed D;P'navy neng.nTeemn anTrlpoMed
las practical In every way but one The.
exception was the Judgment that men
could not be found to risk their Hies In
such a perilous experiment And to tho ,
scheme was. rejected by the Navv De-
i,-i ., ii-,,' ,, .., , I,,.
. partmenl and Mr. Holland went to li s
. v,,,.. .i,.. Ai,.u,n-.H
! more studying and perfecting bis Ideas.
' When be went to the Navy Department
again in 1SD3 he was more suceseful.
An ajiproprlntlon calling for J2oo.au was
authorized and tho first Holland sub-
marine Isiat wus constructd. This tirst
lsiat. u small one, was prnt iindir the
witir with a cut and a rooster aboard.
The vtssel dlil all that was expected and
the rooster and at came up alive. After
this the appropriation was released to
bu 'd a man carrying hubmarlne. i
Put bei'iust of criticism and the In-'
terferin.-e t$ nay engineers Jlr Holland j , . " -. .
withdrew his plans. Th.n he set abom ! FROHMAN GETS ONE FULL CAST.
io ral'e money to construct a submarine; -
himself. This he did, and In U9S the . "The nenutlfitl .till cntore" An
H' ll ind was launehed and proved so Mlc-' .,-.. r
,..sful that the government bought It! r Srvi. ...
directly after the war with Spain. Charles Frohman, obtaining an addl
Th" mans career was picturesque In tlonal Indispensable actor w:th almost
more than one wni. He was assailed l,v iery Incoming steamship mustered ve.
the public' press for offering to srll sun- terday the full cast, numbering mire than
tnirines to the Japanese Covrrnnient lf t , for the comedy "The Tie.iutlfut Ad
After the Holland wa launched he turned venturr." In which the pr'n.lpal player
bit attention to aerial navigation and will be Charles Cherry, Ann Murdock,
spent scleral years building aeroplanes Ernest Lawford and Mm. Thomas Whlf
that did not fly He teillzed perhaps fen.
mor thoroughly than any one else the Im-, Itehearsals will be held frcm now on
porUncc of submarines In wirfare. dally. Mr. Frohman announced the open
In 1907 he said-
1 It l safe to say that when the first
submarine torpedo boat goes into action
1 he will bring us face to face with the
,nnli itixritnt- nroniem ever met in war-
1 inosi iiuHiisK r.ooieo w ""'!(
fare. .NODoay Knows now inn ineincc oi
the rubmarlne Is to b- met."
.Noted Metropolitan llnssn Siiri'iimln
to I, nun Illness In Perls.
Paihs. Aug. '3 Pol Plancon, one of
po Henri Plancon was born June 13.
lM. .it Fumay. In the French ilepart-
""""t Ardennes. He recen.o in. g.-n-
1 "V 0u.c-;l,o, ' ! ?""
"V .".T. ' T. uk. ! ' i .
""" '."' rn. 11 ", ' 1 1": ".
Lyons In IN7
see,, nnd heard Ip !.en Ion at the ' o-
i . nt 1 1 irdi p ot, June 3. I!M. aa -tfcpMs-
!. i.c.n's Anerlctn debut was at the,
M- tmpoltian Opera Hou- on November
i", when he appeared In Oounod's
idvll.c "I'hllemon et Hatic'.-" Tn t'tle
patts were enacted bv Pl.tnror. ml Ml-s
Slgrl.l Arnoldson. Ilv appeared frequent!)
later .n the Sunday evening concerts at
u,,. Metropolitan, where his singing of
' "The Two Oienadlers" "became ns m'ich
.1 ,, fixed feature ns the orchestra's
nerforinnnee of the Wllllmi T.I" over-
MRS. JOHN M. RICHARDS DEAD.
Mother of Ollxrp llntil.es Was f.onu
tteililent of London.
ipt'inl Col.lt hup it' In Tin m -IiNPoN.
Aug 15 Mrs Jobr. Mnpein
n chums, roomer oi ine iaie .u-. i i..i.-
' (" P" name as a n nellst was John
i Oliver Hobbe). d ed here to-day. Mrs.
! H'cliardt went to the Cntted States last
' winter with her husband, an American
M uvrn ln ''n,"a,"u ,or nail a mi-
iturv. tor t lie r goiuen nonri nej.ni.
Mr- "lehards ' "t tli Minders of
,ll! American Club in London and one
of tin oldest American risldmts of the
' 1,r!""h '""'",ol'- s'f; 'V"1 Mr .
arils were IKalTlid .11 llistoll .11 l4
; . , . 1 -.1 - a., i
THE REV. JOHN SNYDER
I'nllnrliin Xllolsler, lulliiir nitd'
Plnj i rlglil Demi.
Hoston. Aug. 13 The Itri John
Sioder, I pltariaii mimatei, Hiithor aid
pbowrlght, died to-day at Ins bun- in
Nantucket. A a writer lie was last
known for his onlv pla, "As Ye Sow."
He w-d born I. U42 In Phlladilphla
and w.ih graduated from Meadvllle Theo
logical Srhuol In 1S65 and the same year
was ordained to the mlnlstri His first
parish was the Third 1'nltarlan Society
In Illnghitu. li; to I S73. whence
i : n. lh. ,.h,,ri, ilf the Messiah In
.Inltlp; Vnn Ilonte,,.
Nkw itk, N J Aug 13 Jam's W
jiouien, a lormer r irr i 'itiioiie.iinier in
nt one time member ot ' ie Commor Ciun
jell died to-div at his home at 13'j Sum
" ...... .. . -i. . r. .... a, 1.1- i -
mlt itreet He was born it Ika.ertown
on April 29. 183S. and was educated In
New York city He cams to Newark In
1S54 and organized tha firm of W.i
Houten k Cook. Mr. Van Houteu wfc
for thirty-nve years a member of StelU
lyortge, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows. He was also an honorary member
of the llullders and Traders Exchange.
Ho Is survived by two daughters.
Paul Walton. '
ntpnp.woot, N J-. Aug If Paul Wal
ton, fl yearn old, well known l.iwicr and
politician hre for many yeart, died jes
terday nt the Yale club, New York, of
Ilrlght's disease Wh'.li on a Western
trip thirty years ago hi was stricken with
paralysis of the lower llmbn and nevei
fully recovered. His father, who died
two jears ago, was the president of the
Cltlr.ens Insurance CompJny Of New
Kmll Vonrab, 72 years old. died Tuesday
In tho Post Oraduate Hospital, where he
had been III for two weeks Tor thirty
years he was one nf the most prominent
residents and business men of College
Point. Two sons and a daughter sur
vive. FEAR DIPPEL IS IN ARMY.
friends AsU llrynn's Aid XVns on
Wnr to Vlrnnn.
Andreas Dlrrel. who Is lo hsie. ,i sea
son of comic opera at the Forty fourth
Street Theatre and later at the Centurv
Theatre, la Just now the ubject of lip
qulry on the part of bis frltnds, who
have been able to get no trace of hli
whereabouts for the past three weeks
Yesterday Paul Foerster, one of his busi
ness asfoclates. Invoked the n i of S"
retary Hryan to learn the prestnt hup
"bouts of the manager.
Various stories concerning bis move
ments have been circulating In the theatre
district. The most persistent ti " tha
lie had been Crafted ns a Lleiuenaii tithe
Austrian army. He Is a Oern.aii, but
ever since his association with the Im
perial Opera Houte In Vienna b Ins
been a subject of Austria A year ago
he. took out his llrnt nanern to ber0m an
"FOLLIES" TO CLOSE SEPT. 5.
... ' ..TH . . ,
The "Zlecfeld Follies" will terminate If?
I Hiiccossful run at tho New Amsterdam
' mi.'oossiui run at ino ,ew Amsieraam
-.t.,,,,, K ,,,,.. . ti..
i Theatre on .September The announce
! revue"'"..'.',! t rei .ndfenleV
1 U'V.?.?" .!! . J"rf"u1',M.:
; . .. . '.7 ',, . ' ':
of the east the "Follies' will he taken
to Chicago, after which
tour of tha
Pacific coast la to be made
The departure from the New Amster
dam Theatre of the "Follies" will In no
way Interfero with the plans outl ned for
the X.legfehl Danse de Follies, Hi Hie
Aerial Hardens atop the theatre The
dance pavilion will remain open all the
ing performance of the pla fr Septem
ber 5 at the Lyceum Theatre
rinjs noil Plo)en
The Liebler Comn.inv hi,h K,. v
.-,,.,,.,, ,. ,, wv.i
rrJ'' 1 ' l"reabout of snme of
iiianrtup p, ins received
I word of the safety of several Joseph
' Urban, the Viennese artist, w' o designed
the sceres and costumes for "The fiardn
of Paradise." bar been heard from tn
I Italy. O. P. Heggle and Cifford Hronke.
who will also be associated with the pro
duction, will arrive m .Montreal on Mop
day. Hrandon Tynan, who wil play the
title tole In "Joseph and His Brethren,"
will arrlie on the Celtic to-morrow. Ver
non Steele, nho will appear In "The,
Highway of Life" nt Wallaces Theatre,
has arrived on the Cedrlc Phv:lls Nell.
son-Terry Is not due to saU until after
lr "'A" not to conflict with o'her first
nlgh-s Selwyn A Co have decided on
, Wedn. sday. August 3C. for the opening
Cider Cover' ,-,t the Cort Theatre.
lL.,'n!: ; i nt ,
pla written ejpeciallj for nun by Rachel
"The Dancirg Duellers." after all, will
not go to lioston. Arrangements have,
hten made u. open the plav at the. Casino
next WeJnffdai n'ght. Chanies In tue
cast have been mide so speedily that It
hux not Uen four,! i.ecesary to take tho
rompany out of town Tho chief now.
Porno w-.ll b uf.it Harlan,
William Hodge, who hs not seen New
York tor a year, arrived here yesterday
n 1th his company from Winnipeg, where
'be has Just finished his season tn "The
Itoad to Happiness " Mr Hodge has
been playirg the leading role ln the piece
slnco August 26 Ixit and had r.ot lost or
pei-forinnnce during that time, He will
rest for a week and then begin rehexrsals
preparato-y opening the comlrg sea
son In the same play at the Plymouth
Theatre in Huston on September 7
rerdlnand Oottschalk. who Is to pla
on, of tne principal parts In John Drew's
nt. comedy, "The Prodigal Huiband."
arrVe.1 from Kngland yestcrdxy by way
Mnntre.-jl He Is raid to be the. first
English actor coming froni ahroad who
sais nothing about being "Tiarooned" In
Bngl3nlli hRvtrg to rross In
or ,,hfJ acrov3 ,,,,
nra by Ger
shepherd of th
BMUrtSON Ilenjamln. ssed t Ff lr
.1 THt: l'CNEHAL THUfH" 1
W'e Twentv-thlrd tret' (rmptill
H'dg ' Noiloe nf f'jnra he'ttCtr
Miiples Acton' Kund
UArtTWBI.L Sud'l.nly, on Tundiy, A'l
gun II. Mary nienport II"w'l, w1f
of ih Ut Hugh NMbltt llrtwII of
Sonnrvlllt. N J nd dsuih'sr of Marl
ftmn and the lata Jam S, Daven
Funeral erilee ThurJav, Augut 13, at
jo ' M st hr late reMnee si
f-omervl. . N J Cirrla wilt met
train leavlni fiot ut Llbrty atMet st
imp M Ktn-i y omit (1(iwr.
Liinhs Club, has completed b s first film
FUNERAL DnurajR'r 'XgfimF
, "Sty on mr FUNrmLcimaf