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11 Thomas shields Clarke ti Lenox llfiirs That. His Son Is in Ht'ittuny. M!h. I Ol.UKH ALSO FOUND I!,inrli'il to Itc ill Switzerland Mr. mid .Mrs. I). C. French Have lloiisV Party. Miss, Aug. 15. Thomas i'kr his received n cablegram tnerl.ui Ambassador In Pnrln . ' m lh.it the embassy hns found ! n. Charles John, In Hrlt- 'i II Choatn wns hostess at ."mooii at N.lltinkeng Gardens, : r.ir Mrs. Thomas 8. Hulrd of who In passing a part of tho li d Linn Inn In Htockbrldge. . l Wlnthrop entertained the . ,iio interested In farming at ' i to-. lay. Or. Oeorgo 8. Stone, ,n inn Amherst Agricultural Col. .. on trees. Thomas Shields .1. n A SiMjor, Dr. Henry P. . t l T n I ' M 1"T M in mi i ,1 , ii.ird llnfrnuti. William II. Os Alturt It. Hhuttuck, Alexander ere present. - 1. M I W Mrs. Hos loans Whistler ie t.irger part of tho winter :,;lo house, which they nre . I . ' II , I ' t f. i- n' t( . w reb'i ' P. mo- ifrui' M- " v i . o O'll. 8. Webster won the men's ill at Hotel Asplnwnll this !h V. G. I'almcr as the run- ir I Mr. Charles M. Htlmsoti of who have been at the Ited I .wnt t Huston by automobile. Mm. Collier In Kwltsrrlniid. M- M 1 might Collier, who was In Tin' " w'ifti nr was declared, has been ... 1 'i Switzerland. M - W 'i..im II. Osgood Field has cone in me '. i" r St. Hogls In the Adlrondacks t ) ,1 t"i I is visit. Mr I'.l M'S Alexander Sedgwick have fr.ti. d Charlton McVeigh of New Vorii hi "uilr guests In HtockhrldBe. fr ill Mrs. Uanlrl Chisler Trench in, i 'i ise party at Chesterwnod. which InrUnIt- Mr ami Mrs. Howard Itenshnw, M i...ie Hchuonmaker of New York, Ml Si-.in Hnico of Philadelphia. Albert Fl'- and Harold 1). Walker of Hog. ton 1 I'W.ght I'artrldKo of New Vork. M'. "s ar l.islgi was hostess (it the lea Ml.!'' i.t Pie Ktockbrldgn Country Club . .'(rn.wn. ntid delightful weather r ic out a large compiny, In the com- wiie Mrs. Ocnrgo (J. .Merrill. Mrs m, i i i. ter rreiich. Mrs. I'hlllp HliiK den. M f (leorge 8. llnstlngs, Mrs. Hob- 'ii ' Kilbiiurne, Mrs. (leorge It. runl-i.l. Mrs. Temple Chapman, Mrs. J. ii'..- M.-Comb, Mrs. C. Livingston Iu- , . M -a l.llllan I. Cram. Mrs. J. Wood iw I Huen. M a id Mrs. Warren C. Van Dyke and Mr .ii-.l Mrs. John C. Morr'on of Now Voir. aid Samuel Kcnvlllv, Jr., of Phlla d r . a .irrlved at the Maplewood tu ny Mr and Mrs Krank Hnmllton of St. ' i- nlm have been vMtliiK Mr. and M s A. irian H. llerzoi; at tho Curtis lMi.' went to Narracansett Pier. ,n i.rneiir Cadwaladcr and IMward 1 km ' Philadelphia, who have been at p II' ! Asplmvnll. departeil to-day for Y.k It. h, Me. Mr. (irlTiilil Visits Plnneer. P.ni. p W.ib' ilt (Irihwold of Kre, Pa.. rred t i-il.iv to pis the weekend with rianree Miss Mary Mildred Turnure. M and Mis. Hubert W. Paterson, who itv been pahslnc n fnrtnlKht with Mr. .md Mrs Joseph Tahys at Hue Hnrlmr, I "rturned to lllantyre .this nfter- "OO'l M -i .1 S heneR Hemsen of New York "M Hoh rd Foster have arrived nt tho Iffr' cp nwall fop tho seaon. Mrs c ,-le S. Mellon, Mls Kntherlne Mi"- " ,t d Amorv Mellon have returned i -mi" 'I Mill, S'ockbrldce. Mr. Mel en v i i.e 63 to-morrow. M- md Mrs. C C. Watt, Dr. C. C. Wntt. ' of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. ' I. Mil. 'Hit of lirooklyn. Mrs. John v r,. v ,ni and T It'-x (Iraham of Phll- 'i i .w nrrlved at the Curtis Hotel. NEWPORT PRIZES FOR FLOWERS. Plnsl nrils Moili- nt ihr Mlilsnm- I1HT SIllMT. N'"m tt. Auc 15. Tim final awards .' ".. i' i.Kiiinnier (lower show of tho wnnri lianlen Club and tho Newport ' .pi il'.i'.il Society worn mado to-day. r,,e i,i.ii.l, were for tnblo decorations d tin -neepstiike prizes. Mrs. T, O. '"-hiiilnvi of llo-tnn, ustnR pink dahlias 'op 'in table, won tho llrt prize and ' 1 i' Mallory, usIiik pink nsters, won .. .1 T'i.. - iei rup fiffered by the flarden ib '.I' the best exhibit of tho show if. lAitnen to H. Hammonil Trncj of v' '"i. Man , for his illsplny of -'sd 'i ''il tho silver cup offered by Mf I. ml. joke Jones fop thn best ,ir- c ' exhibit went to John Lewis Child ' r'.' .ii i lb Id. I., for a very pretty r,v,, in. .m of pink uladlol! MANAGERS' TROUBLES NOT OVER. innf.rii (,, Sellle Dlspule With Collin. Fnlls, T' el Managers I'rotectlvo Asso t ' .id n meeting yesterday morn ' Hie Hotel Astop to discuss the i'"- i.twii'i, Wlllinm A, Hrndy and ' ' ii.. o and thn stngo hands. The ' - iv is adjourned at 1 o'clock to '' ' morning. No decision was i 1 ' ubles between the producing ' ' ' I the International Alliance '' il Stage Employees were In 't week when W. A. Hmdy took to Asbury Park to try out - 1 ,;"" Awav" Had this been a 11 ' i ! v starting on n tour tho "n' o u .iiM have been compelled to ' 1 ' ''' i' "f singe hands with him. ' would not admit that these in. in. -in m.ulii thn company a ' ' "igiiiilzntlon, nnd when the ' 's of the theatrn refused lo et ' ' - m Mr. Ilrady brought tho and the question has been , ' '' I" the lllilon by both sides. '" I 1 ' i -f has had similar troublo - 'In M m. ins of stngn omployciw. T . iikily to bo further trouble ii " ,. managers nnd the union of 'i.-' l..i ! slum Marcus Loew has lie ' 1 ' s' llllvan-Cnnslil'.no rlrcult of " ' ''ies. Loow's theatres have ' ' - ' i "ii-iiiilon. Ho Ii.ih now nc 1 1 -' ug of union theatres nnd tho '' 'I Allinnro of Tlmatrlcal Stage - Lis aniioiinced that them will ' "out no September 1. thn bisgln "'" "H'Vlng plcliirn and variety s- ''', '.s Marcus Loew consents to ""i're Vr theatres In the Hant It l.i 1 eed that hn will consent lo i questions are also under ' 'ed Miinarers Protective Asn ! a .nntriet with thn Interim v m ci f Stage Kmployees. It ' i or thn Interpretation nf this whirh is now OT'ipylng the at ' '"h parties to it. MISS WHEELER WEDS COLLINS. Itrtlrrd KnKtlsh nnirrr nnd llrlreis Nnrpfeil In HeliiKr Mnrrled. HALTlltont Aug, 16. Capt Charles Ul.an coliin. lha rortner English nrmy olTlcer who was In the limelight recently by reason of chargci which brought lilm In tho courts, was married at midnight last night . Amelia numsey WMeclcr, daughter of tho sewing machine manufac turer, whoso parent had used every means o prevent the union. The couple arrived last night, motored to Towson and got a license. Nono of tho ministers to whom they applied would perform tho ceremony, so they went to aion Arm, a village, and Induced thn Ilev. Mr. Pearce, a retired Haptlit min ister, who Is now n mall carrier, to He tho knot. They loft for New York to-iUy. FREMONT'S MAP OF THE WEST. Cntirnriiln Jitilice lias One nf Ihr OrlKlnnl Isatic nf nllO. i. K .KnA.NC,Sc'- Au- Judge John l- Illchards, speaking nt the Common wealth Club luncheon In the Palace Hotel on "Fremont's Map, a Hello of tho (Jreat Unknown West," commented upon thn common Ignorance of the West by the pcoplo ot the Hast prior to the making of the map In 18t2-t84, nnd recounted his torlcal Incidents since that time to the present. Judge Illchnrds quoted from n book by McMnstcra on President Jefferson's nies sago of 1304 n "the most remarkable document whleh any President ever trans, milted to Congress." It told of n tribe of Indians of gigantic stature who Inhabited tho region west of the Mississippi, of tall bluffs faced with stono nnd carved by the hand of nature with & multitude of an tlipio towers, of plains covered with buf falo because the land wa too rich to grow trees, of how 1,(100 miles up the Missouri there wns n vast mountain of salt ISO miles long, forty-five miles wide, treeless and shrtiblcss nnd all glittering white, with saline wntera flowing from tho fis sures, and of how bnhels nf this salt had been brought to St. t.ouls. The Judge told of the Lewis and Clark expedition of lSO.-07. Inspired probably by Jefferson's message. He said that tho census of 1830 gave less than two persons to tho squnre mile In the territory In cluded In thn Louisiana Purchase, whereas In 1903 the rensus showed a total popu lation of lfl.000.0flO, with n taxable wealth of morn than 400 times llfl.OOO.OOO, the price paid to Prance for the West. The old map, Judge Hlchnrds explained, had been In his family since 1X51. It was one of flOO published by Congress from Fremont's original, tt shows all tho ex plored nrea of the West at that time. It begins at the Mississippi Hlver, follows the Plntte on thn north and the Santa Fe trail on the south to the coast. The coast lino Is crudely traced from n point below the present Mexican line to tho strait of Juin de Fue.i. PASTOR WHITE UNREPENTANT. Hi- Clrps n Militant Letter In Cinr. filtni From Prison. Houck White, pastor of thn Church of the Social Hovolutlon, who Is now In the Illackwell's Island penitentiary for creat ing a disturbance In the Calvary Haptlst Church on May 10, has written a letter to Gov, Cllynn III view of the fact that petitions being circulated for hi pardon Intimate that Imprisonment has mado him repentant. Ho denies this In tho following terms . "Itepentanl '. I am. sir. the most unrs pentnnt prisoner a New York city Jail ever sloughed Into u cell. Let another Ludlow massacro happen, I would repeat my dud to-morrow. "Nevertheless there Is fcoinethlng that you ought to do In this affair ; something necessitated by tho rules of the game that thlti civilization you uphold professe to play. It Is that you ush your Influence with the Appellate IMvlsIon of tho Su preme Court of thin Slate to get my caso on tlio calendar before my sentrnco ex pires, I dculro a trial. The only hear ing I have had has been In a pollco court. "Thus fur the powers, ecclesiastical, llnanctnt und political, in league against me have combined to deny me a hearing in a superior court When the Appellate Division resits In October It will be too Into to save me from nearly six months of Imprisonment. Hut It can vindicate my name and my church. Vindication Is what we desire. And to It we arc en titled." THAYER SELLS HIS MAGAZINE. niue of ,Vew I'lilillshrr for Mmn'rt Set" Not DIvlllKril. The .Sni'irr h'rf m.igaxlne has changed ownership, John Adams Thayer having disposed uf his lntere.it In the corporation bearing his nnme. The purchase price has not been disclosed. Mr. Thayer, who bought the property In 1911 from the Urn Hss Publishing Com pany, said that while not familiar with tho plans of the now owners thn maga zine would bo continued on Hlmllar lines but lssud by it well known publisher In connection with another magazine. This Is the second time Mr, Thayer has retired from publishing. He was one of the publishers of .'ccrjooifj's magazine nt the time Thomas W. Lawson's "Frenzied Finance" appeared, but disposed of his Interest In 1906. After five years resi dence in Parln ho returnnj to New Vork and bought the Smart .Set. SEA MAIL WAITS THREE DAYS. i Letters Will Lrsie llerr for Curope Colli Weilnrsitnj. No transatlantic mails will leave this port until the sailing of tho Lnconia fop Liverpool next Wednesday afternoon. The I'nited States steamer Celtic will takn malls to Vera Cruz on Tuesday, the j mall at tho (leneral Post Olllce closing at I, .,i. The Maturn will null with malls for (irenada on Tuesday. Tho closing lime Is set for 10 A. M. Postmaster Morgan announces that malls from Hongkong, Shanghai, Yoko hama and Honolulu which nrrlved nt Snn Francisco by the steamship Hhlnyo Mnru are due In New Vork this morning. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Jonas H. Monhbimf.ii, who died Au gust in, lef morn than $.10,000 In real estate and MO.OOO In personal property. Thn Income goes to his wife, Henrietta Monhelmcr, for life, nnd on her death to her three sons. Ciuni.gH J, Ari'ri.f., who died August 7, left more than JCO.000, He gave 17,600 to his daughter Therese Metz, and left property at 330 ICIghth avenue and 331 K'ghth avenue to his nous, William A. and Charles J. Appell, Jr. Tho remainder nf the estate goes to thn three daughters and two sons. Many Diiakk. who died July lie leaving more than 50,000, gave her real estate and twenty-five shares ot Ameri can Uxprc, stock to her son, Henry W. Drake. Thn iislilue goes equally to her husband, Chnrles 11, Drake, and her son, KiiEiiKniric Kcilt'i'K, who died August 9, left morn than J60.000 to four sons, two daughters and grandchildren, . Ward Liner In Willi $2,000,000. The Ward I.lim Mramshlp Monterey, 'vhlch arrived yesterday from Vera Cruz, brought .n consignment of sliver bullion valued nt JJ, 000,000. There were a few French and Herman rervlU among the pnreenrrers. MISS CORNELIA E. BRYCE NOW BRIDE OF GIFFORD P1NCHOT Fall Wedding Plan Given Up to Please Mr. Pinchot's Mother, Who is 111 Col. Roosevelt at Wedding of Progressive Leader i..iij''i miJAmmmmam Coprlicbt, I3M. by t'nilprwoml A Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Pinchot and flowct Host. IN, L. I, Aug. 1.1. Miss Cornelia K. Hryce, daughter of Cenernl nnd Mrs. Lloyd Stevens llryce, and Clifford Pinchot , Progressive randiilalo for I'nited Stales HetiKlor from Piniisylvnnla, were married at tho Hryce home here at 10.10 o'i lock this morning by the Ilev. Clifton II llrewer. rector of 'Irlnlty Kpiscopal Cliunh of lioslyn The weililltu was characterlned by extreme simplicity and followed tho announcement of the engagement by only a few days. 'Mils abruptness, it Is said, was due to the wish of Mr. Plnehofs mother, Mrs. Mary Lno Pinchot, who Is seriously 111, and feared that If the ceremony took place In tho autumn, as originally Intended, she might not be alive to know of thn man l.ign. Severn' days ago handwritten notes were sent out to intimate friends nnd other in vitations were extended personally or over the telephone. Mls Ilr)ce, wearing a travelling costume of blue, a hat of the same color, and carry ing white flowers, entered the room on tho nrm of her father, former United Slates Minister to the Net herliiiuls. She was nut by Mr llnchnt. whose only attendant whs his brother, Amos I'inchot. who wus hot man. The couple left on their honeymoon after a wedding breakfast. Mr and Mrs. Pinchot are to go ultimately to the home of Mr Pinchot at Shaiigatuck, Conn. Thn air of tlio house was heavy with thn fragrance of summer flowers nnd fnll- iogo. (iiiests represented Intimate friends ' of both families, many of whom motored I to the llryie homo for thn morning wed .ding from their neighboring lounlry places. Among tlm guests wero Col. and Mrs. Tlieodoro '.loosevelt, William Draper 1 Iwls, Mr and Mrs. Ilobort Union, .Mm. Amos Pinchot. Mr nnd Mrs Sergeant Crnm, Mrs. Charles P Wood, Hegls Post, William P lio nnd Mr and Mrs. Hurn sldn Potter The bridn Is a sportswoman of i-klll and several years ago was prominent among the horsewomen of the Meadow Ilrook Hunt NEWPORT SOCIETY AT INFORMAL DANCE Mrs. K. .1. Hcrwind Itcsiimcs Old Custom of Sntunlny Xlsrlit Kntertniniiifr. Nr.wpoiiT, Aug. 1.V- Mr. K. J. Ilerwind resumed an old custom this evening by giving tho first of n series of Saturday night Informnl dances. Saturday night has always been a fmorlto entertnlnlng night for Mrs. Ilerwind, nnd ns In other years, thn ilanrn, w hlch was attended by the guet from tho various dinner parties ended nt midnight. The music was fur nished by Henry Conrnd and his orchestra from tho Casino. Tim dinner entertainers of tho night Included Mlns Louise Scott. Mrs. J. II. Darlington for her daughter. Miss lllennor Darlington Mrs, (). II, P. llnlinonl, Mrs. August Ilnlinont, Mrs, K. Lothrop Ames nnd Mrs. William floadby Low All of tlm ofllcers of thn Newport Country Club worn reelected nt thn annual meeting, which was hold at the Casino tins morning. Mrs. (ieorgn H. roaring, Jr., was hostess nt her homo of u meeting of the Newport County Wonisn Suffrage League. Mrs, Flornnco Howo Hall of New Vork was among tho speakers. Mr. nnd .Mrs, (leorge (lordon King nnd Mrs. Ilurke HosMio and her sons, .Maurlco and Francis, are expected back from F.uropo In a few days. Mrs, Frederick Pearson Is planning a young people's dinner for early enxt month, nnd Mrs, William (Iro-ivenor nnd Mrs. A. ,1 Cnssalt intend lo glvo dinner dances In September There was a large attendance this morn ing nt the funeral of Mrs, Henry Itedinoud nt HI, John's Kplscopal Church. The ser vice win conducted by thn Itcv. C, J, Ileal tin, The body, accompanied by relatives, Is being sent to New Vork on the steam yacht Isls. Ilolnnd Dickson of Paris linn Joined Mrs. Dickson at New Vork, where she has been since early In tin' senson. John II. Primllss, who is visiting II, (I, Havcmeyer, registered at tho Casino to day. Others who registered wero Mr. mid Mrs, Wllllnm'Crei'iiough, guests of Mr, and Mrs, August llelmnnt; L. J, llutler, II. J Whitehousn, K. C, Potter. Lawrence Carroll, u guest of Illsliop Darlington; A, K, Cochran, C. C. Walker nnd .1. M. I'orbe, visiting Mrs, FrVnch Vnnderbllt;Curllss Moffatt, llnrtram Vinthrop.ind Ashhel Harney, visiting K, T C.erry; Stoddard Hoflmnn, visiting Stuart Duncan, Mrs, A, H, Aleiander has returned to her horns from the Newport Hospital. THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST J Edith Cram, the bride's niece, girl. Club. Sho became nctlvo recently In clvlo movements. Sho Is n member of thn con ference mi unemployment among women anil a few months ago helped In thn suc cessful Httniiipt to open the iiil i-ervlce examination to women candidates ns well lis to men for certain Mnti-d fio-ltlons to be lllled in the new Statu Department of Ijilmr. Mr. Pinchot was chief of thn forestry service when Col lloosevelt was President. LAWT0N KENNEDY. Phlliiilelplilii (ilrl Heroines llrlilr of New ViirU .Mun, I'llli.ADtl.ri.lA, Aug. 15. Miss Jose phine Lopnr Kennedy, dnughttr nf John M. Kennedy of 10 1 S Spruce street, and Francis 1-a.wton, Jr., of New Vork, were mnrrled nt noon to-day In Holy Trinity .Memorial Chnp 1 by the vicar, tho Itcv. Henry C Stone. The bride was given nway by her brother, Frederick I'. Ken nedy. Her only attendant was her sis ter, Mrs. rtlchard V. Maltlson, Jr., of Ambler. Hamilton French, Jr., of Now His'helle, N. V., was best man nnd the ushers were Frank S. Whitman nnd Hlch nrd L. Nnylor of Hiltlinore, Alfred Hoilker of New Vork and North Kmory Hartlett, Malcolm Monro and Henry M. McAdno of Philadelphia. LIPSCOMB WILLIAMS. llrotber Cites Avtity .llrlde to V, 8. Army Odlcer. Thn marriage of Miss Kathleen Ran dolph Lipscomb, daughter of Richard Favottn Lipscomb, and Lieut. Roger II. Williams, Seventh Infantry. V. S. A., was solemnized at St. Thomas's Kplscopal Church jestcrday evening nt 1 o'clock. Tho brldo was given away by her brother. Harry Lipscomb, Sho was at tended by her sister, Miss Hose Nowcll LipHcomb. L. L. Watcrbury, Iwis Clark, J.TII. Harney, C. D. llarue and Mrs, W. K. Vau ilerhllt. Jr., returned here to-day on Harry Payne Whitney's yacht Wurrior. ! SAVES CHILDREN; WRECKS CAR. ,uli Owner nml I'mir Companion Hurl AkhIiisI devilled JMIInr. Henry Schroder of 201 Mnntauk nve. nu, Hast New Vork, drjvo his automo bile, containing three oung men nnd R boy. against nu elevated rallro.id plllnr in Atlantic nvcnuu near Vermont street, East New Vork, Inst night to nvo'.d run ning down a small boy and a girl. The sldo of the car and a wheel ".-ere ripped off. Schroder was thrown out and his scalp was cut. His companions, Theodore Roth wnll of 279 Jerome street, John Milarnch of Helmont nnd Montnuk avenues, Newton Fly, 12 years old, of 201 Montauk avenue, and Charles Smith of 2&02 PI'k n avenue wero bruised nnd shocked. All had their Injuries Heated by Dr. Kallock of the Hedford street hospital, MARK TWAIN'S DAUGHTER SAFE. Mr. nod .Mrs, (iulirllon llscli It each Zurich From llerltn, Ixiudon Cluirlton hna received a cable despatch from Osslp Clabrllowltsch. the Rusalun pianist, stating thnt ho nnd his wife. Mine.' Clara Clemcnfl-dnbrllowltsch, nr safe In Zurich. Switzerland. Mr. Mahrllowltsch nnd his wife, tho latter a daughter of the Into Mark Twain and a contralto of note, were Hvlnir In Ilnrlln at the outbreak of hostilities. As tho pianist Is a Itusstan thero was much anxiety ns to his welfare, I Iloth Mr, nnd Mm. (labrllowltseh are scheduled for American concert tours this I forthcoming season. They were not ' planning to come to this country before ' December, but Mr. Charlton now thinks 1 that tho Huropnan filtuallon may prompt mem to sun much earlier. WAR TO HASTEN MARRIAGE. Iluleli Army O nicer, F.xiierlliiK ('nil. Takes Out I, Ionise. Lieut. Anthony von der l.lnder of tho Seventh lloynl Dutch Infantry, who Is at tho Hotel Ln Tourette, Ilayonno, In expectation of being cnlled home, has taken out n mnrrlagn license for himself and Miss Kdlthn Williamson of Astor placn. An elabnrote wedding had been planned for late In the fall, which was to have been followed by a honeymoon trip through P.uiopc, ending In the bride groom's homo In Holland, The mobiliza tion ot Queen Wllhelmlnn's army made It necessary for thn Lieutenant to be In reuolnebs to ltave nl any time. 16, 1914. "PEG" AT CHEAP PRICES. Ilnrlley Manners' Comedy Hern l n Cnmhlnntlnn Thenlre. "Peg o' My Heart" At the Manhattan Opera House. Peg i lilm Itysn Hollcltor llawke Krank Ilurbeck Mr derail! Ailslr Thomas Holding Kthel ChlchmUr Alma Tell Lsdy Chlcheler u,l. Ij.i, Alarlc Vivian Olltert It would not be accurate In describing the opening of thn Mnnhattan Opera House. Inst night to say that for the first time "Peg o' My Heart" was popu lnr. Everybody knows that New York has watched this Irresistible heroine for moro thnn six hundred performances, -o few heroines have been so populnr. Hut Inst night's audlcnca wns the first lo witness Hartley Mnnners's play nt popu lar prices. Only In that respect could l'cp be said to have been any less popu lar In tho past Mian she became then. Elsa Ryan, 1'tg seenndn In the long list thnt has carried Mr. Manners's piny over most of tho United Htntes, nlwnys with the same success, acted tho title role In a way to account for the popu Isrlty of the work wherever she Intro duced It. Thero used to be the convic tion In the minds of the knowing that without Laurctte Taylor's delightful co operation Mr. Manners's Victorian play might hnvo met wltli no success. Thnt wns nu theory rather shrewd. It failed completely as fact, however, when Mr. Mnrosco's numerous troupes stnrted to carry this evangel of smiles nnd tears to the outlanders. They revelled In It without tho presence of Miss Taylor. Bo there must have been more In the pleco than her fascinations, since she could only hnve Imparted them rather faintly to all the Vcgt thut came, snw her nnd went out to conquer. Elsa Ryan, who acted the role to the Joy of her audience Inst night, la "by no means a beginner' In the part of l'cp, as tho Dvvhe.m nf l'lmn Torn observed of her skill at ecarte, since the official rec ord gives her 300 performances of It. Frank llurberk, nlwnys successful ns the solicitor, added his authoritative per formance to the eompany which gave Mr. Manners's comedy all Its values. The players who Illustrated the languor! of Vfiel, the affectations nf the patrician Ataric, the distinction of Herald, they were one nnd nil capable of making these characteristics count with tho audience, which may bo proof of their skill, but Is certain evidence that Mr. Mnnners wrote n successful piny when he produced 'Teg o' My Heart." The run of the play at the Manhattan Opera Housn 1s set down for three weeks. Then this company will take tho piny to noston. MOVIES IN NEW OPERA HOUSE. Ilniiimerstrln Will Open Mrncturc on falnrdnr With Films. Oscar Hammersteln will open on Satur day next the Lexington Avenuo Opera House, which Is tho name hn has given to Ills new theatre on Lexington nvenue ."twten Fiftieth and Fifty-first streets. It wns this house, seating nenrly 3,000 persons, thnt Mr. Hammersteln Intended to devote to performance of opera In Eng. Hsh, but wns prevented by his contract with tho Metropolitan Opera Company. Mr. HammersMu. says he will convert this elaborate structure with Its prome nades, foyers nnd other luxuries Into "the people's great picture house" now that he has bten unable to ubo It as "the piople's great opera house." There will be an orchestra of forty musicians to accompany tho showing of the films. Then there will be vocal num bers after the manner of the Strand Theatre. Mr. Hammersteln announces thnt his singers will give selections from opera la costume. In addition to the or chestra there will he a large organ to accompany the exhibition of the pictures. The film play to be shown during the first week will be "The Last Volunteer," which has never been sen ln this country. Prices will range from SO cents down to 1ft cents, and there will bo dally and eve ning performances on week days and three on Sundas. MRS. VANDERBILT AFTER FARCE. Mny lie! "Tlio Third Party" for NiMTporl Hnl Cross IVlc. The Shuberts announenl yesterday that Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt, Jr., had asked Lo Shubert If It would be possible to ob tain for tho Red Cross fete to be given at tho Hreakers In Newport on August 2S tho company presenting "The Third Party" at the Shubert Theatre. Mrs. Vanderbllt, who Is organizing this fair. Is said to dislrc the actors to pre sent tho farce ln connection with the other attractions of the occasion, which Is expected to be attended by the largest crowd that hns gathered nt Newport this season. -Mr, Shubert thinks It may bo possible to send the company to Newport -on Fri day morning by speclol train, returning In tho same, way nftcr tho performance at night ln time to reach this city for the Saturday matinee. Holh Walter Jones and Tnylor Holmes hnvo volunteered to glvo their services without cost, and It Is expected that the rest of tho company will do the same. Mr. Shubert will also give Mrs. Vander bllt fur the fair tho Pnul Italney pictures which are to be m-cn nt tho Cnslno for tho last time to-night. They will be shown between tho acts of "The Third Party." .Votes of I be Inter. Thn company designed for the Hoston performances of "Potash and Perlmutter" will begin tho Inst three weeks of Mon tague mass's play nt the Cohan Theatre to-morrow night. Julius Tnnnon hns been selected for tho rolo of Pfrlmiilfrr, while Jullnn Rose will be his partner. After the Hoston engagement, wilcn the management optimistically announces ns long, there will follow an ongngtmeiH In Philadelphia with thn same players. Sanger & Jordan deny thnt W. A. Hrndy has acquired the rights to 'The naby of the Family," by Leo Arthur. They announce that they have plans for the comedy, which has led them to in fuse nil offers for It. Heln Ware, who has been irtlnf; for a year In "Within the Law," will b seen In a new play by William Lacke, author of "The jf'llinax," BOY SCOUTS AT THE HUDSON, They Are lo Hp Hie Coral nl Ernrsl Trnrx on Tiirailnr, Five hundred seats hnvn beon set aside nt the Hudson Theatre for the Hoy Scouts who nre going there on Tuesday night. The scouts will bn In uniform nnd forming In lino In Forty-fourth street will present their credontlnls. As there nre moro thnn 2,000 belonging to tho New Vork city council those who are not able to get In to sen Mr, Truex as Harnry on Tuesday mny go some other time. A box will be set aside for Scout Lorll laid Spencer nnd his deputy, Chnrles U Pollard. .Miss 1 1 n I st I'll n llrldr-IUei't. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Harsen Habited of Morrlslown, N. .1., irnd Easthanipton. L. !., have announced the engagement of their eldest daughter, Miss Ethel Iitlmer Hal stml, to Joseph Wiggins (Ireacnn, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas E. Oreacen of this city. No date has been set for tho -wed-ding. Went her nl Nnnimer Itesnrta. Atlantic Citt, Aug, 15, Tempersy. ture, 60. Asnunr Park, Aug, IS, Temper, ture, 79 Ahhuvili.k, N, C, Aug, IS, Temper. -.. -a. HOST OF ENTHUSIASTS SEE PT. JUDITH FINALS Mnfch for Atlnntlc Cups Brings the Xnrrnnnscft So journers Out. SCAItHOKOUOir CIjUH DANCE Prizes Are Announced for tho Week End Hop at Sherry's Casino. NARRAflANSKTT TlEn, R. Aug. 15. Tho final match for the Atlnntlc cups pre sented by Wlllinm A. Hazard of New York brought a host of polo enthusiasts to the Point Judith fields at tho Pier to day. After the polo game many motored over to the Country Club to enjoy tea on tho lawns In front of tho clubhouse. Among those who watched tho polo game from the members' enclosure were Miss Harbara Watson, Miss Kathcrlne Hazard, Stanley Pennock, Mrs. Hurlln game, Miss Liza Norrls, Philip H. P. Ran dolph, Miss Hannah Randolph, Miss Lucln Chase, Mrs. Irving II. Chase, fleorgo Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hazard, H. It. Turner, Mr und Mrs Alexander Hrown, Mr and Mrs. Paul D, Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Mather, Mr. and Mrs. John 11. Fell, Mr. and Mrs. Fenjamln K. (latins, Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Stevoreon, Kenneth Simpson and Major-tlen. and Mrs. Ocorgo M, Harnetl.. William A. Hazard of New York entertained a num ber of his polo friends nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward L. Welsh of Philadelphia at dln ner at the Casino this evening, The second dance of the year nt the Scarborough Ilcach Club was he'd tills evening, The hostess was Mrs. Howard Phlpps of Newport. Among those who went In swimming at Scarborough to-day were Mrs. David Stevenson, Mrs. Samuel II. Valentine, Mrs. C. P. Snnwdcn, Mr nnd Mrs. Rush Sturgls, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Milrchl son, Mr, and Mrs. S. Hlnman Bird. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Lewis and Miss Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Towle, Miss Elsie Robinson, Mr, nnd Mrs. Jeremluh P. Rob inson, Mr, nnd Mrs. R. 11. I. C.oddurd, Jr., of New Vork nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Hrown. Philip S. P. Randolph. 1. P. Klrwln. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Con verse, Miss Marguerite Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Caryl Roberts. J. D. Miller, Mrs. Thomas McKean, Stanley Pennock, Miss Hnrbara Wntson, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Haznrd, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fell. Mr. and Mrs. H. Leroy Whitney and T. A. Hazard, Sr. The regular week end hop wns held nt Sherry's Casino this evening. The prizes for the best costumis at the an nual fancy dress ball last night were announced this morning. They were awarded to Mrs. Stewart Davis of New York who wore a falconer's costume, pro cured In Algiers: Miss Henrietta Wlckes of Haltlmore. who went to the ball as Salome, and Majnr-Oen. Oeorgn M. Har nett of Washington, D. C. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. Lenox. Mass., Aug. 15. Motor nrrlv als at tho Hotel Asplmvnll to-dny In clude Mr. and Mr. William Morris Im brie. Miss Jenn Imhrle, Englewood, N. J. (Packard): Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Hedford, Miss Durgee, New Vork (Packard) : Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Ixiw, Now York (Flat): Mr, and Mrs. George T. Wilson. Miss Elsie C. Wilson, New York (Sim plex) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II, Roulston. Miss R. Roulston, Master D. Roulftop, lirook lyn (Chalmers) ; Mis. C. Followes. New Vork, Mrs. R. C. Livingston, H. W. Liv ingston, Isllp, N, V. (Simplex) ; Mrs. C. II. Whelan, Mrs. II. II Cassldy. East Orange, N J. (Peerless) ; Mr. and Mrs. F T. (Ircaves, Jr., Rlvcrton, N. J. (Alco)i Mr and Mrs. T. E. Donovan, P. A Powers, Mr and Mrs (leorge F Parker, Miss Mabel Hlnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will lain Evans, New Vork (Cadillac nnd Oak lund) ; Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Hrynnt, New York (Packard). Watekiiimiv, Conn., Aug, 15. Motor ar rivals from New Vork oer tho Ideal Tour at the Hotel Elton to-day were: .Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Wuylln, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. C Rlteredge (Peerless); Mr. und Mrs. W, E. H.ithuw.iy, Miss Mary Thompson, Mrs. Charlotte Wtrkle (Mitch ell) , Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Heffernan (Hulck) ; F. M. Thompson, A. L. Squire, Miss Squire. Miss Schmidt (Saxon): Mr. and Miih. Wlllam M. Imbrle, Miss Jean lmbrle (Loco); W. W. Little, A. 11. An derson (Hudson) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Deun. S. Edmonds (Palmer Singer) : Mrs. O. W. Hurchell, Mrs. H. T. Rounds. Mr. an.1 Mrs. Irving U. Day (Franklin) ; Mrs. Arthur Hrock. Miss Sarah Hrock. R. H. Dnvls (Loco) j Frank Meyer. HcnJ.tinln Lamb (Stearns) ; Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Llndley (Renault) : Mr. and Mrs. F. C Wefsell, Henry Justice (Lozler) ; Robert 11. Woodward, Herman A. Prosser, Miss Hughes (Pierce): Mr. und Mrs. (leorge 11. Fry (Harford) ; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. S. lln.ittle (Carnntlon) : Mr. und Mrs. A. IUruth (Abbott-Detroit): Henry San ford (Renault); Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles T Miller (Packard) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex ander L. Crawford (Packard). Nrw I)Nihw, Conn., Aug. 15. Motor arrivals nt the Orlswold Include Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Merley, New York (Olds, mobile) : Mrs. M. E, Merchnnt, Mrs. A. M. Merchant, Greenwich (Plerce-Arrow), Manchester, Vt., Aug. 15. Arrivals by auto at the Equinox Housn Include tho following from New York: John S. Til ney, K. W. Tllncy (Hedford), Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Hernnrd (Pierce), Mr, nnd Mrs. Howard Kellogg (Pierce), .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hooram. Jr. (Packard), Mr. and Mrs. William J. IlriifT, Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson (Locomobile), Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith (Flat), Mr. and Mrs, I. S. Wolf (Simplex), Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Roulston, Miss II. E. Roulston. II. D, Roliistot) (Packard), Mrs. 0. V. Hulley, Mrs. L. II. Crary, Miss F. Shepard, J, P. Crnry (Peerless). CoornnsTowN, N, Y.. Aug. 15. Among thn arrivals at the Otesaga to-day were Mrs. Charles Carpenter. Mrs, (leorge M. Stone, Scarsdale (Packard): .Mr. and Mrs. Gotwald, York, Pa. : Miss Rabbltts, Miss Mary Rabbltts, l'rof. C. 11. Shatzer, Prof. F..N. Hlller, Springfield, Ohio: Miss Moulton, Miss F. E. Fellows, Mrs, II, F. Huck, Mrs. R. C Sullivan. New York; Miss Hnrsher, Albany, the Rev F N. Houck, Wntklns; E. A. Es.sleys, Ditrolt; N. E. Mumllclil, Miss Stuart, I'tlca; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Young, New York , Mr. and Mrs. II. 11. Hill, L. (I. Hill, Miss Harriet Hill, Hoston (Peerless), Mrs. Wilson, Miss Als Wilson, Mrs. D, O, Alexander, Miss Kathurlne Alexander, Mrs, Ncedhnm, Miss Virginia Needham, Rhuca ( Plerce-Arrow) ; Henry A. Os born, Sidney Crawford, Wayland, Mass., Mrs. (Ieorgn H. St. wart, (1, II, Stewart, Jr , Alexander Stewart. Shlppenshurg, Pa, (Cndlllac) , Mr, and Mrs, C. s Tur ner, Hamilton. Ont (Oldsmohlle) Lakk Sunai'kk, N. II Aug, 15, Ar rivals nt thn (Ji.irillile n Hotel over the Ideal Tour: Mr- and Mrs, 10. 11, Lech lams. New Vork (Simplex) ; Mrs. E, C Stanley and party, Pawtucket, R. 1 (Stanley) ; Mrs. H. R. Hoffmann. Newark, N. J. (Cadillac) ; Mrs. .1, I). Shoes and party, Now Hochelle (Packard), Mi ami Mrs. .1, E. Mitchell, New York (Pierce Anow); J. , Krnst and parly, New York (Peerless) Mr and Mrs. H. H. Palmer, New York IStudehaker) ; Mr and Mrs, A. P. Hush, Hrooiilyn (I- 0. EDWARD DEJ0NGE. i 1 . Well Knovrti Pnper Man of Mint Island Dies Suddenly. C. Edward Dcjongc, 63. senior mem ber of the Louis Dejonge Ifiper Company, of 215 Ward nvenue. rUnploton, Rlcn mond, died Friday In Elizabeth. N. J. MP. Dejongo wns nccompnnylng the body of his wife, who died early In the week, to a cemetery In Linden, N. J when he collapsed. His friends ascribe his death to n broken heart caused by grief over tho death of Mrs. Dejonge. Mr. Dejonge' s brother, Louis, died a few months ngo. Mr. Dejonge was a member of tho Staten Island Chamber of Com merce, of the German Club, of the .Royal Arcanum nnd one of thn oldest members of the Tuesday Night Howling Club, Wlllinm II. Thiimns, Hriphei'ort, Conn., AuTfi 15, William II, Thomas, a former resident of Hay Ridge, lirooklyn, ilJcil hero to-day at the horn of Ids brother. T. H. Thomas. He was connected .with W. It. Thomas A 'lira, ImportiVs of Havana cigars. Ho wasa member of the New Vork Y'.icht Club, to which his father, tho later Commodore William !. Thomns, belonged. Hn wus il warden of Christ Church, Hay Ridge. He wus n member of the Chamber of Commerce mid the llrooklya Club. Tlioiiins Awsoii Mnllliprrs. Thomas Anson Mutthews. president trM trensur-r of the New York and New Jer sey Lubricant Company of 185 Hroudway, dlejl jesterday at his home, 625 West End TIvuiuc, Mr. Matthews was olso director of the American Five nul Ten Cunt Store Company, the Curblc Corporation, nnd treasurer and dliector of tho Electric Heat Storage Company. Itnvlil J. Mrl'salls. D.ivld J. MeFalls, a well known In surance broker nnd uiulrrller In lirooklyn, died Friday In thn Skene sani tarium, following an operation. He wan 13 years old. He wns u tjiember of the Crescent Athletic Club. Threo brothers survive him. .Mrs. Orneo .Molt Tllomna. Mrs. Grnce Mott Thomas, wife of Dr. Emery Jordan Thomas, living nt 14 West Seventy-seventh stioet. died yesterday. Mrs. Thomas In 1 90S Inherited oAe-thlrd of the ,non,OnO estate of Miss Mary O. Plnkney. Another third went to the late Coiwnodore Vhomas I.. Wu. li:mu nn,i yachtsman. Kdvtnril II. K easier. Edwnrd E. Kessler, 6a. for' fifteen yean a deputy collector of Internal revenues la the First Nc York district, died on Fri day at his home, 383 Tenth streL lirooklyn. wus active In Republic politics In the Twelfth Asseiably illstrlai Ills wife survives him. KOBE BllEEZES TO FAN GITY. WVnlhrr IMuiiliii .Mnkra .Mit Prom Una for Tfo-ilny. Fair weather made comfortable by moderate breezes,, will continue tlifougn out tn-iitiy and to-morrow, nccordlng :o the local forecaster, Tho winds will be from the northwest, becoming variable. Thero nre no storms In sIrIu for the near future. Thn highest temperature yesterday was S2 degrees at 1 P. M., and the lowiVt was 00 ut I A. X. The temperature was made more benrnble by gentle to mod erate breezes, fifteen to twenty miles an hour, which blew nil day. The humidity was ;p nt 2:30 P. M. nnd went up to 10 by ft o'clock Inst night. ENGAGED. IIKACII CHASK.DOIIV.VH. Mr and Mrs. Waldn K. Chans nf 11) .if -a-Vh la. Ksrndngton. Conn., announce the an gaxemtnt of their daughter, Mra. Oract K. Chaae-Dobyna, to Kdward Walla lltach of Watcrbury. Conn. MA K JUKI). PINCHOT nRYCr. On Haturday, August 15, 1HI, at Roalyn. 1.. I by the Rav. Clifton It. Hrrwer, Cornelia KlltabatB Hryce to Clifford I'inchot. DIED. niCKMOPE. On TVednmilay evanlng. Au irust IS, st his summer home, Nonqultt, Mass. Albert Smith Illckmore, I,L D., of lh American .Museum of Natural lllatory, In hla seventy-sixth year. Funeral at N'un'iullt. Hunriuy, August Is, at 10 A. M. Ilurlal In Vt'nodlawn Cema lary. New Vork city, at the convenience nf tba family. HOLLAND. At Newark, N. J , on August i:, 1011, John P., beloved huaband of Margaret A. HnlUml ineo Foley) Relatives and friends and members of the Manhattan College Alumni. New Vork city, St. John's .Sunday School of Pater sun, Teachers Association of I'ateraun and the Father Dalton Council, No. ;, C. H. L., are kindly invited to attend His funeral from his late rmldenre, 31 Newton atreet, Newark, N. J.. on Mon day, August 17, at :1S A, M , thence to 8t, Joseph's Church, where a solemn high mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Pateraon, N J, MATTH i:VS. On Saturday, August It, 1914, at his residence, Hi West l.'nd avenue, Thomsa Anson .Matthews, be loved husband of Carrie Fay Cobb. Notice of funeral hereafter, MAXWKI.L On Friday, August 14, Mary A. Maxwell, wife of the late Robert M. Maxwell, nnd daughter nf the late James (1. and Maria Densiiu Moffet. Bervlcea at her late residence, 41 Weat Ninetieth street, on Monday, August IJ, at 15.45 P. M. Interment U'ondlawo Cemetery. On.STIlEICII. Henry Lewis, 8erlce at "THE FFNIHIAL CIIUIIUH," :41 Wait Twenty-third etreet (Frank B, Camp, bell llulldlng), Monday at 12:30 o'clock. SUYDAM. At Newark, N. J., on Augual 14, 1911, (Srnrgii II Huydani, lule Captain of l2d New York Volunteers, aged 71 years. Funeral on Monday. August 17, at 1 30 P, M,, at hla late residence, 433 Fourth avenue. North Carolina papers plena copy. HACK. On Friday, August 14, Hit, at his residence, 11 J West F.lglity-aeiond street, Theodore K. Tuck, beloved husband of Mary A nee Cotgrne, Rriiulem mass on .Monday, August 17 at 10 o'clock A. M . at the church of the Holy Trinity, I'.lghty-seconti street, he tween llroailwny anil Amsterdam ae. nue. Interment private Please mint flow era. Pittsburg papers requested to copy. THOMAS' On August 15 ut llyram Hno-a. (Ireenwlch, Conn, liraie Watt Thomas, beloved lfe of Dr Kn ry Jori-.n Thnniaa and youngest .daughter - late Julia Hawks anil Thomas V,it Notlre nf funeral hereafter UNIIKRTAKKHK. Rank E Campbell LARGEST ESTABUSHMENTliiW 2351! ShHmimriu mmmx 'n"MnTno UCDDCCE NON- StCTARtAN S MOTOR HEARSES! TELEPHONE CHELSEA ISZ4. ALWAYS OPEN. PRIVATE AMBULANCES ummuIu. AMI'HKMKNT(4. 39th Annual Plattdeutsches Volks-Festiva On Mmdsy. M, Monday 17, Tuesday 1. Wednesday, 19, and Hunday ii, August 1911, at I'nlon Hill Hrhuetseu Park. N J Orand programme airrv nay rirewnrs .Moving I'iriures, ric , eir i,aii- itnunun e.'rnsi(in( Dancing on 4 targe platforms Admlsitnn JOHN P. UBLFHT. I'risUdeU.