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(THE SUN, SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 22, 1914.
NEW DRAMA SHOWS LIFE IN HEW YORK "Win' Happened at 22," I'rc fonti'il at Harris Theatre, Is of 191 1 Model, START ON RED CROSS BOOTHS AT NEWPORT MGR. M. A. TAYLOR MANY SOCIAL EVENTS HINDERED BY STORM DIES VERY SUDDENLY Lnwn of Mrs. Vanderhllt's Breakers Will Bo Trans formed for Bnznar. Hector of Church of Blessed Sac Mrs. Henry H. Itopcrs Forced to Postpono I)anco Until To-day. rament Dies at Affo of Sixty-ono. rli:NTY OF MELODRAMA Thy liy Paul Wllstnch Tenches Alistflke of Tnkinp Too .Much for Granted. MHS. WYSONG OUT AGAIN DIOCESAN ATT0HNE1 JIEItE SEVEHAL DTNNEHS GIVEN Bridge Tarty Given nt Naval Training Station by Mrs. Morrison. Church Ho Founded Thirty -Mrs. ,T. I?. Dilworth and Mrs. a. E. Dadmun Amonp Thoso Entertaining. Years Aro Now Ono of Ilichcst in tho City. hl llsppcned t tt," at the llarrla Theatre. Wt.'i'.ich'iy. Charlea Ahbe l , , r ,i. Retort Fischer l.o ii" I 'i t..... C.iirnll MrCnmu ptvo W I n Reginald Harlow Fraud" knu'lon. Frank Kombla Cooper ! Inr" '" M' llrl'ln. . . . J. K. llutchlnon rvia llnlen Crane Mri. Rf" !' Ktlsabeth Arlana Krn l K'nwllnn, Jr. Malcolm Duncan MLm K .ton Ketar Ilanka C"u''" Wadsworth Harrla Paul W'.lstach, who made a play out of Anatoli Fiance's "Thais." seemed to be kiei'itf as far ns possible from the pse-ulo a"!iq'i)Iv of that work In "What lUlsietird a' 22." which John Fisher pro duced hut night at the Harris Theatre, The new rl-'y I" t Ilf" 'n tnla clty at thin day It follow" the 1014 model In deil'ng with morn or less melodramatic material anil In thus of. the name school a, "On Trial." "Innocent." "The Trap,"' "I'ndef C'ocr and tho rest of the new plays f" n and to be seen which camo into existence as the result of "Within the Law." The .nterlor of an emploment agency and the library if a resilience In New fork are the frames In which the play wright has exhibited his characters and the!' et. ns. The spectators saw In tho employment agency, which was conducted by a forger and crook, a young gentle, woman who had teen compelled by her mlsf irtunes to bo there In search of work. The vl!' i!r. us proprietor falls In love with her. but sho nevertheless attaint her purpoi' nd Is engaged as companion to an lnva'd In a house on Fifth avenue In which t le artlon pases. Thither the vll Hln fo.lows her, having to take employ ment .n the house himself to be near her. His agency Is of course only n cover fur his other criminal practices. Hut It et.abjes him to become a valet to the gentleman who lives In Fifth ave nue. This Is the last houso In the nrM to whl"h he ever should have come. !r.ce It happens that tho master whom hp has been engaged to servo Is the fa- j moua attorney who Is at work trying to , unravel the mysteries of tho forgeries j whl'h his valet has committed. This Is the poture of circumstances In the Fifth avenue house. Hero trc I the yiing girl pursued by a criminal, I who loves her and has found a pluci' In the house to be near her, und the mas. tfr absorbed In working out the mystery uf the forgeries committed by his valet. Audience Sometimes limited. This sltuntlon was Introduced by rather i long act, which should have been much nr Interesting than It was, since the da of an Intelligence olllce which sup , crooks of various kinds to families lookirg for servants was not without Its illurKi -nt to the wandering attention of he spectators. Hut this theme disap peared and was soon as cloudy In the m.nds of tho listeners ns the great Ten Eyck forgery, of which the proprietor's partner had been guilty, which combined tohitllo the audience awaltlm something ilea -if as a starting pulnt. Tits had been reached, howtcr, when the c i taln arose on the second art and the f. iKcr was Installed as a valet to the girl ho loved. It was here that aie f. rf.i-v thickest. The forger-valet e i 1 .it doors, changed a will while the 'in.' h,i at dinner and ended by inut Itr k the head of the house. Hi. wis reminded of the famous Mo;i- t"; in Ira of the hutler's pantry who, n Ti,e M ister Mind," performed on the amr .g. such feats of villainy. Had the r. i.i, had a keener peremption of what w i- happening thero might havo c .' n-jit of all this vlittKuilty i omplele mSHtlllcatlon. ' A I is..- I. '( .li .ll(t . i.ng persons susiiecteil that the , m nls love of the companion In, the fa'' h was at work to separate her from li' i.'Unn man with whom sho was so si l.cn' ami frankly In love. That 'urn., I nut to bo tihe real motive. Hut it t . ok (.line concentration to develop It. T'i. -c nas mure to absorb the audience n tin- ut act of the three, A murder 'ml t i ei.mitted by the valet and the iuil . j . !,-. ,t So thero was tho In eiKatle s i 1. use In watching the effect f tl it UeiAleilgn In the other char aotrrs ,ii i he play All that thn stupid itv of tii. police could accomplish to th-n.v su-;. cm on the Innocol t son camo Kill I Ilium ( limes Siiililenlj . Tr 1 'I iIm ttstlilud that he had heard i tifii father and son over ". "ii of the father'H estate. ning man b the clrcum- leili which Mr. Wllstnch made ' h s pla was to be marched ii his hweethenrl, by means in.k wlmh brought tho cur n the confusion of the forg i the valeting forger, proved ff I a mi i.i. i ' .'n (l.c.in IK 1 . t . V he ' h.is a great deal of talk about i nf (he forger to dot his I's, but ' i- Mr. Wllstnch who did nut s u.'h sufficient clearness to 'iat Happened nt 22" alto ' m o . hens. hie to an audience nil ng eagerly to find occasion ml ng the new play. Tho humor !u st act was altogether In ths - "' Pie author, which was rather i such play- usually offer. Thero igiceahle tone of family nfo In i I a -! and thn talk he,v wrs i- than the quality main'tlm-il ' iv- of the present brief s ason. mx wis too sudden to make the - i- until tho audience had left , i nful scenes of unprcparedness ii" .'a colleague occurred In the ' '. it this did not diminish tho "i wu.'li Reginald Harlow played ik-'' scenw Mr. HarloWs per- n.n admirable study of calm. I wll.iiny Nothing could have ti' 'ban his assumption of Indlf. 'I'.nug the lineatleatlon of the 11 M. comas passed from tho ranks ii'.lienne to the Ingenue with ii . She has never been so i 'k nt and hur acting wns .Incern and unnxaiigernted. ii r.aans, ns a German maid with - il tnnie of PrUn. Frank Cooper, ' 'In Duncan as tho nccused son, iu.il to bringing out the best 'f 'he play. li.. f" K thi C'iMS In Neiv York Tn-dny. 'ation Commission, meeting, ' ii laillding. 10:30 A. M, i'i a! Dramatic league, perform ' TV Toy Shop," Puhllo School 62, 'I Hi iter streets, 3 P. M. ' i' Ails Club, exhibition of paint- Cist Nineteenth street, i 'Woody Fungi and Their In i "i Ik on Trees." Dr. W. A. Cllr ' I i . , fca- Viti, ir v ,c t.. M I' "Mtiteal Garden Lecture Hall, 1 I 1 P' "i Irvine High School, exhlhl Ue- r,f Hit "-urn T'i -vtings from the Metropolitan r .v rib, exhibition of paintings, 55 i -r.y.ioiHin bireeu Newtort, Aug. tl. Work wnm txrun to-day on erecting the booths for tihe Hed Cross baznnr to bo ihcld next Friday afternoon on the lawn of Mrs. Vandor bllt'a Ilrenkors. Miss H ii san F. Dresser, visiting Mrs. John Nicholas llrown; Miss Francfs Hmtth aiul Mrs. F JI. ICelley of Ilrookllm-. Mass., Visiting Mrs. David Novtns; Henry T. Whltehouse, Mrs. K. It. Muthe-ws of Now York, visiting Mrs. J. Gordon Douglas; Frank U Crocker of New York, visiting T. Huffern Taller: Hobert T. McKee of New York, visiting Dr, J, J. Mason, and J. H. Hmlth.Jr., of New York, visiting Mil ton H. Harger, registered at the Casino to-day. TJiero was no tennis at the Casino on account of the rainy weather. Mr. and Mrs. H. Caslmlr de llham will closo their season October 1. Col. J. II. WHlard received a letter from his family to-day announcing that they were safe at St. Morlt, Switzerland, but for the present wore unable to raise any money on their drafts. Mrs. J. J Wysong Is out again after her slight Illness at Greystone. Fartleji wero given at Frecbody Tark this evening by Mrs. Hermann Oelrlchs, Mrs. N. B. Mason, Mrs. Reginald Nor man. Mrs. Lyman Colt Josephs and Mrs. Theodore F, Kane. Mrs. J It. Morrison gavo a bridge party M the Naval Training Htntlon this after noon. Dinner hostesses to-night Included Mrs. Kdwln J. Herwlnd, Mrs. T, Huffern Taller, Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt, Jr.. Mrs. William Karl Dodge and Mrs. W. Fit Hugh Whltehouse. YOUNG PEOPLE AT FANCY BALL. Fifty Take Part In Affair at White Nulpliur Springs. White Sri-i-iitm HrntNos, W. Va Aug. 21. Fifty Juniors. Including the Misses Mary and Helen l'reston, Virginia Htcrry, Anne Grant Douglas, Gny Paine, Virginia Downman, Elizabeth Taylor, LMna Mc- Adams. Hell Hryan, Kthel Hood. Anna Snow and Kitherlne Winshlp and Mat ters Wilbur Preston, Garrett Wall, New. ton and Addison Thomas, George Kahle, Frank Akers. John Talor. Dillon Win shlp. Hamilton Hryan, Mllllln Hood and others participated In the annual fancy dress ball here to-night. For Samuel Filrchlld, president of the Union League, who Is nt the New Green brier, Mrs. Hobert H. Downman gave an old Virginia luncheon at Klmhurcl larm to-day Others entertaining at the farm Included Gen. and Mrs. William Huffln Cox, John Wesley Gaines, David Dunlop, Mi and Mrs. George G. McMurtry, Jr. Mrs. WlUUm I.. James and Mrs. Will iam C. Worthlngton. who gave an auction tea In tho New Greenbrier, were assisted by Mrs 8. Wynne, .Mrs. C. Kellogg, .Mrs. S. C. McDonald. Mrs. Emory Winshlp und Ml-s Alice Preston. Registrations at the New Greenbrier Included .Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenyon. Jr., Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Reese of New York. C. D. LanghortiM, .Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Uinghornc. Mrs Harry linghorne, Mrs. Reginald Hiooks. Miss I.lzzle Perkins of Albcm.rle, David Dunlop of Washing ton, all of whom arrived In motors; Mr. and Mrs. George T. Smith, Mis. Natalie Smith. Mr. und Mrs. IMward P. Field of New York. .Mrs, (liorge dell Kelm, George it'll Kelm of Philadelphia, Miss Dorothy Sproul of Chester, Chaplain W. tj Cas Kard. I'. 8. N., of Annapolis, and Mrs. C.tssard. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. The wedding of Miss Hoxalle Southgate Klllman. daughter of tho latu William Klllman of New York, to Radcllfffl Homcyn will tak place at noon to-day '" vin.nu .... ....i.,.uu, -"' Af,lT the ceremony there will be ivi epuwii i.i ciiuiv . i v n, in., ....liiiiij place of tho bride's brother, Douglas L. Klllman. Mrs. John C. Wllmerrting of 10 West Thirty-first street will leave to-day for Richfield Springs to remain six weeks. Invitations wern received In New York yesterday from Mrs. Frederick Pearson foi tho marriage of her daughter. Miss Josephine Soulhwlck Pearson, to Heverley Jtogert on the afternoon of Saturday, Sep tember C, In Trinity Church. Newport, H. I. A reception will follow nt Anglcsea, .Mrs. Pearson's villa on Ochre Point. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Phelps of 12. I Kast SIxty-flrwt street, who returned on tho Franco on Thursday, left yesterday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Gould at Ardsley-on-Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wngstnff have Issued Invitations for thn marriage of their daughter. Mies Margaret Harnnrd Wngstnff, to John Fnlrihild Adams on Saturday, September 1", at noon In Chrlnt Church, West Isllp, I.. I. Tho reception and wedding breakfast will follow at Tan lulah, the country place of Mr. and Mrs. Wagslnff Guests from New York will leave tho Pennsylvania Station on a siio- oiul train at 10:30 o'clock. Miss Juliana Cutting will give threo extra subscription dances nt the Buffolk Hunt Club In Southampton, I. I., on the evenings of September t, 11 nnd IS, Ona holf of tho proceeds will bo given to the Hed Cross society. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tj. Richards are revolving congratulations on tho birth of u daughter, which occurred on Wednesday at their country homo In Great Neck, I.. I. Mrs. Richards Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jules H. Haehe, who arrived on the France on Thursday. Mrn. llacho left yesterday for Great Neck to be with her daughter for several days. A garden feto will bo given under the nusplci of the Red Cross society on the grounds of Mrs. Louis A, Ripley's country ptace In Litchfield, Conn., on Saturday afternoon, September D, to nld tho sick and wounded of tho Kuropcan war. There will be Interesting and amusing diversion, refreshments and dancing. Among those Interested In the entertainment nro Mrs. Woodvlllo Rockhlll. .Mrs. Louis A. Rlploy, Mrs. Lewis P.. Woodruff, Mrs. John L. Huel. Mrs. Henry R. Towne, Mrs. John Llndluy. Mrs. IMward W. .Seymour. Mrs. Frederick T. Husk and the Misses Van Winkle and Miss Dorothy Hull. Allen Wood, Miss Hilda Wood, daughter of Ezra Fred-trick Wood, vice-president of the Internntlonnl Nickel Company, and Wray Whitney Alien, also of this city, wero married last evening at the Hotol Van dcrblll. The coromony wan performed by the Rev M, C. Stone of St, Michael's Protestant Church, Amsterdam avenue and Nlticty-nlnth street. There were no attendants. Mis Warner la KiikhkciI, The engagement of Miss M-idelelne Warner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will lam ' Warner of tfi Lincoln nvenue, Newark, N J., to Lewis K Thurlow, Jr., son of Mr nnd Mrs. Lewli K. Thurlow of Ui2 Gates avenue, Hrooklyn, was an nounced yesterday. Mr Thurlow la a graduate of Columbia law school and he longs to the University Club of Brooklyn and to tho University Glee Club, . ' f!n"m "" I III 1 II IIIIMIWISHIH .Ill I -nuilMlllf I i i u " I."., r'f T':" - AsBBii LENOX SOJOURNERS ARE MISS FURNISS'S GUESTS Miss Alma Clarke Becomes a Red Cross Nurse In Paris Hospitals. Litsox. Aug. 21. Miss Clementina Fur nlss gave a luncheon this afternoon, en tertaining for Mr. and Mrs. Pedro R. de Florei. Miss Furnlss's guests wore Mr. and Mrs. 8. Pnrkman Shaw, Mr. and Mra. William Pollock. Mr. and Mrs. Glraud Foster, Mr. and Mrs. William Hall Walker. Mrs. George. Rend, Mrs. Oscar Iaslgi, Miss Adele Ivneelnnd and Miss Nancy Craig Wharton. Mrs. Francis C. Barlow gave a recep tion at Sunnybank this afternoon for her daughter, Mrs. Pierre Jay. Mr and Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes entertained at din- ner fof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence mair Mitchell of Rernardsvllle, N. J. Mrs. Edward S. Spencer wa hostess at dinner at Shlpton Court. Mr. nnd Mrs. 3. Pnrkmnn Shnw were hosts at dinner at Redwood to-night, ft tertalnlng Mr. and Mrs. John H. Par sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Wlnthrnp Fol mini, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos de neredla and Mr. and Mrs. Glraud Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke have sent out cards for a dinner Sunday evening to moet Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holland of Concord. N. H., and John A Tompkins of New York. MIfs Alma Clarke, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke, has Joined the American Red Cross Society In Paris nnd Is attending wounded soldiers In hospitals. XIr. snd Mrs. Douglas Rmyrh. who had hnen guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Gra ham Parsons In Stockbrldge. have gone to New York. Mrs. James R. Jesup nr rived at the Curtis Hotel to-night from the White Mountains. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross W Whistler will go to Newport to-morrow. Sheldon n. Smith best John L. Roches ter for the Junior tennis championship of the Lenox Tennis Club to-day. Miss Helen Rice defeated Miss Josephine do Gersdorff In thn finals for young women. FLIER FALLS 1,000 FEET, LIVES. Albert Films lUgjhtii Mnnoplsns Af ter Kngtne Stops. MINEOT.A, L. I., Aug. 21. Albert Flleux, n young aviator, living at 29 West Thirty-sixth street, dropped nearly 1,000 feet with his monoplane on the Hempstead avHtion field to-day. He was bruised, cut and shocked In the fall, but ho physicians at Nassau Hospital believe he will live, Flleux was preparing to make n loop the loop with his machine and the engine stopped running Just as he pointed thn nose of the monoplane downward. Thn machine fluttered down like a wounded bird. People who worn craning their necks saw the young man make desper ate efforts to right his craft. Flleux swung himself Into the cockpit and so balanced the machine that It struck the ground on Its forward wheels. The wheels collapsed ns thoy hit. the machine rebounded and turned upside down. The aviator was pulled from the wreck and sent to the hospital. O, B, French liny Snmmrr Home. George Barton French haa bought country place In the summer colony at .v. T. T Tt ! thn rAntrienrn Hull tlllVIIII'lwi,, - " of John n. Cauldwell, said to be one of the lnrgtm and nnesi places ai oauiiiajnu ton. It lfl known as the Darona. Mr. French has a summer home near by. Wldovr With Ilablcs Needs JIHp. A young widow with two babies Is struggling vulnly to pay her rent un aided. The rent Is $10 monthly. Friends will pay $5, and the Widowed Mothers Fund Association, 193 Bowery, appeals for $60 to pay the remainder for a year. Sirs. Henry Zuckerman, 80 Broadway, will welcome checks. From the front. HAMMERSTEIN GIVES OPERA AND MOVIES Keeps Promise to East Siders at Ojicninpr of His New Opern House. Oscnr Hammersteln last night kept his oft repeated promise to give grand opera on tho Kast Side. Ho opened his opera houso on Lexington avenue, nnd while It has been rechrlstencd "Hammersteln's lexlngton." and houses motion pictures and other attractions, there was grand opera. The lurgn audience, which filled the 2,100 seats to overflowing, saw two scenes of opera one from "Alda" and another from "Faust." Mr. Hammerateln's new opera house, at Lexington avenue and Fifty-first street, was built for grand opera after .Mr. Hammersteln, who was conducting thn Manhattan Opera House, had sold nut o the Metropolitan Opera Company and hail agreed not to give grand opera In this city for ten years. Appeals to tho courts had restrained Mr. Hammer steln from carrying out his purposes and last night thn new building opened nominally ns a motion picture theatre. The formal opening will make place this afternoon. Last night's big audience was made up of Invited guests. For his opening hill Mr. Hammersteln undoubtedly offered as pleasing a bill as could bo found In any motion picture the atre In the world at the price. Seats are 10, 15 and 25 cents, with 60 cents for box seats. There will be perform ances afternoons at 2 :15 o'clock and In the evenings at 8 o'clock. On Sundays thtee performances will be given. The bill this week Includes n overture by tho orchestrn of forty pieces conducted by Max Hlrschfeld, a comedy motion picture, an organ rectlal by A. nimbonl. i motion picture scenen of Niagara Falls, a scene from the fourth act of "Alda," a four mm motion picture play, 'The Last Vol unteer"; a scene from the third act of "Faust" nnd a Vltagraph motion nlc- turn play. It was the two scenes from grand opera that aroused the greatest enthusiastic approval of the audience. The scenery and costumes wre to have been used In thn regular opera productions. And the klngers were to have boon members of Mr. Hammersteln'a grand opera com pany. The cast for "Alda," which was sung In Italian, was Mine. C. Slrlsh, G. Trlcarlo, D. Sollmon and B. P. V'rnoti, For "Faust" there were tho same sing ers with the substitution of O. Slmondet for D. Hollmon. "Faust" was sung in French. The applause following the scene from "Alda" brought Mr. Hammersteln to thi footlights. Ho said that he had lived for many years In a hall room at Third avenue and Fifty-third street and did his best to give his fellow Kust Siders what he had promised them. NEW PLAY FOR FRITZI SCHEFF. To Star In "Pretty Sirs. Smith" Un der Management of 3lornsco, Oliver Morosco yesterday engaged Frltzl Scheff to star In a comedy with musto called "Pretty Mra. Smith." The piece Is booked for a Broadway opening on Sep tember 15. "Pretty Mrs. Smtth" l a departure In light musical entertainment. The book and lyrics are by Oliver Morosco and El mer Harris, and the music by Harry James. It was originally presented In Lo Angeles by Mr. Morosco, with Kitty Gor don as the star. It wa also seen in nos ton and Chicago. Kellpse Kern nt Washington. Washington, AtT. 21, Astronomers at the Nuval Observatory here to-day said that tho partial eclipse of the sun was visible here only eleven minutes, begin ning about fifteen minutes after sunrise, The observatory also announced the dis covery of a sunapoi) 50,000 miles In diam eter to-day. It may be ten by the naked eye. 'NIGHT IN MONTMARTRE GIVEN IN NARRAGANSETT A Chnrles Dickens Hall anil En tertainment to Take .Place Mondav. NARnAOANsirrr Pirn. Aug. 21. Despite the rain which fell thelntter part of to-day the sumrm r colony here did not lack en tertainment. At the Casino "A Night In Montmartre" was given, with cotillons, exhibition danc ing ami general dancing, for which handsome prizes were ofTereI. Many also went to thn customnry dance at thn Ma thewson Hotel. Mrs. R, Frederick Taylor gave a bridge whist pnrty and tea at her home, Rose lea. Among the guests were Mrs. Olney Arnold, Mrs. Samuel H. Valentine. Mrs. Jeremiah P. Robinson. William R. Weeden. Mrs. Albert It. Lambert, Mrs. Harold Knowlton, Mrs. Isano H. Clothier. Jr., .miss Agnes j nompson am field. Miss Dela - A Pickens ball and entertainment will ne given on .Monday at tno Gladstone , Hotel. Mortimer Knphan of New York wilt give Impersonations In costume of several of Charles nickens's best known characters, and afterward a dance will be held In the ballroom. Mr. and Mrs. IMward L. Welsh of Phil adelphia will give a large dinner nnd dance at the new pavilion of tho Scar boro Reach Club to-morrow. As Wntson Washburn of New York, who was to have played In the finals of the annual Point Judith tennis tournament to-morrow afternoon, has reached tho finals of the Southampton tournnm'nt, the former will be postponed until Sunday or a date later. Washburn will play In the final match of the Point Judith tournament with Klla Fnttrell of Califor nia. CARNRICK SUED FOR $100,000. Miss Illliln Allien Hays Itrnker rtroke Promise of Mnrrlnur, John W. Cnrnrlck, who Is astoclnted with the Stock Exchange firm of Fnncht wanger, Cnhn f Co., wns sued yesterday In thn Supreme Court by Miss Hilda Allien for $100,000 damages for breach of promlso. Miss Allien eloped In 1903 with Clifford M. Washburn, rn of a -wealthy rntlred broker, nnd -was married nt thn Little Church Around tho Corner. Washburn later bought a Stock Rxchangn sent and In 1910 wns a floor member of the broker nge firm of J. M. Flsko J Co.. which was wrecked In thn collapso of tho Hocking pool. Waslfburn wan barred from the Stock Kxchango bocnuse of tho fnllure. Washburn nnd his wlfo separated In 190 and she sued him for reparation. In November, 1911. Washburn sued for di vorce, naming Carnrlck as corespondent, nnd got a decree. Miss Allien alleges In her milt ngnlnst Carnrlck that his promise of murTlago was mailo Just after she had been dlvorcod nnd ho ha.s over since re fused to keep the agreement, THE SEAG0ERS. Arrived by the Cunard liner Ivernla from Trieste, Messina, Naples and Gib raltar Horace O. Allen. Ml.s Eleanor Allan. .Mr. onil Mra. I M. nournn. Mr and Mra. 8. P. Damon. Mr. and Mn. Harrlaon Ford. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Jenner Curl Morris. Mra. L It. raekard. Mln M, S, Packard. Mra F. Ilnndo. Mauler Rando. Hudolpb Hoth. Mr, and Mra. A.blon Sanbourne, V E. Scott. Mr. nnd Mra. TT, F. Thompton. Mr and Mra J. W. MlM Elizabeth Moore. wonnruir, Sailing by the Porto Rico liner Ooamo for Porto Rlcan ports: William D Nellnon. Mr. and Mrs. F. C The Itev L. Thelael Inr The Br. I. fWeman Mrs. K. S, Still. MlM S Still L. M, nivlera. Mr. and Mra P. D. Wooda. Holmes. B. L. Moraan Major K J Dent, Frank Murphy. Mr, and Mra. Auiuiit Stoff, M, II, Burnitlns, Norman Grelr, The Right Rev. Mgr. Matthew A. Tav. lor, rector of the Church of tho Hlcsscd Kncrnment, Kevcnty-flrst street nnd Rrondway, nnd diocesan attorney for Now York, died at 8 :20 o'clock Inst night at tho rectory adjoining the church. Al though Mgr. Taylor had been 111 for ten days It was not beltoved until yesterday morning that Ills Illness was serious enough to cause alarm. With him when h died wore his sister. Miss Mary Taylor; his brother, James Taylor of Brooklyn, nnd Father IMward F Haxter. Another brother, Samuel, was pummoned by telegraph from Maine too lato to arrive. Mgr. Taylor took to his bed ten days ago, but got up three days later. Then ho was stricken again and yesterday morning It wns seen that his recovery was doubtful He became unconscious late In thn afternoon. Mgr. Taylor was born on April 11, 18S3, In New York, nnd was ducated at private schools. He wns ordained at Niagara 1'nlverslty and his first charge was the Church of the Sacred Heart, Flfty-llrst street and Tenth avenue. Thirty years ago he undertook to estab lish a church at Seventy-first street nnd Hroadway. and Its first home was in a stable, donated by former Mayor Have meyer. Father Taylor's success In rais ing money soon enabled him to put up a fair sized structure across the treet, on the site of the present church. Later this wns rebuilt. Ho had one of the richest Catholic congregations In the city, and twenty vears neo. when a mortgage on the church property wns troubling him, he raised J88.O0O at one service, mo ioi lowlng Sunday he raised 125,000 more. clearing off tlve mortgage. The rectory on Seveniy-nrat, next to thn church, was a personal gift to Mgr. Taylor from the congregation. -Mgr. iay lor received his LL. D. from Vlllanova College. Until 1911 ne was chaplain of the Catholic Club. Isnno Dtirll llnrtun, Isaac Duell Hnrton. formerly onn of tho best known railroad managers In the country, died yesterday nt his homo, 144 llowno avonue. Flushing. He was 80 years old and wns born in Klnderhook, N Y Ills first railroad expcrlenco wan with tho Harlem railroad and he became the trusted lieutenant of William H. Van- . ,,. u .1... rxf ,.. 1l,t." UtTDlll 111 III" m'lriuinm-in w. . , In wnicn no was iniercsieu. Ho was general freight agent and later nuperlntenilcnt of tho Harlem railroad. mi,, nil..... r"V n ll.b tnnle ni'ni thn nmti. JIVil vi,i:i V-,,fV, ,,v ' . agement of the Ixing Island Railroad Mr. Barton went with him and was for twenty years general superintendent of that road. 1 During that period he directed tho build-1 Ing of the Mnnhnttan Reach railroad and tho rood from Brighton Beach to New York city. Mr. Barton Joined Gen. ueorge u. -mc-Clellan In tho construction of the Atlantic nnd Great Western and later became gen- I eral superintendent of the Hrooklyn Klu vatcd Rnllroad, retiring in 1900. Hl leaves a widow. I Tlinnins (I. Cnrlln. Thomas O. Carlln. B4, the well known Hrooklyn builder and prominent In other linen of business, died yesterday In his home, 93 Garlleld place. He was grad- ' unted from SL Francis College nnd wont i Into the building business with his father, ! the Into P. J. Carlln. Later he organized i thn firm of Thoma-s G. Carlln, which built ! soventeen public schools, a number of police stations, St. John's Home for Hoys, the Norwegian Hospital nnd eeveral other! public buildings. He tau president of the Carlln & Guilder Company, a director In the Patchogue Gas Company and treas urer of tho Georgo li. Honry Company. A son, P. J. Carlln. Superintendent of Hulld Ings, and three daughters survive him. Arthur C, Wndr. Jajibstown, N. Y., Aug 21. Arthur C Wade, widely knrtwn as a lawyer, died here to-dav at the age of 3. Ho was a 1 candidate on thn Republican ticket fur State Comptroller In 1&91 and served ! t, the State Assembly In 1901-02. .Mrs, .Morris W, Torrpy, Port Washington, L. I., Aug. 21. Mrs. Katherlnc S. Torrey, wife of Morris W Torrey. an Insurance underwriter nnd actuary, died last night In the Nassau Hospital at Mlneola. Shn was taken sud. denly 111 on Wednesday and was re moved In nn ambulance to the hospital. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. AnTKMAS B. Johnson, captain and part owner of the schooner Invectus, who wns lost when his vessel foundered off thoi const of Nova Scotia, made a will tho! day before ho died In which he disposed of I his estate of $21,413, consisting ctuelly of savings hank nccounts In New York city. His brother, Kilward, received the life Interest In $12,000 nnd thn remainder went to tho widow. For his share of the lout vessel Capt. Johnson's estate received $324 In Insurance, Joseph Liumann, head of Joseph Llb mann & Co., dealers In paper makers' sup plies at 174 Hudson street, left an estate of $73,917, which went to his daughtets, Dora Fernbacher and Annie M. Pursch, and his son, Luclan L. Llbmann. MAnr L. Howlkden, who died August 7 last, left $12,000 for masses and gave her residuary estate and her Interest In tho Standard Paint Company, valued nt $10, 000, to her nephew, Charles H, Richard son. Catherine Kenneot, who died August 10, left half her residuary estate to the Mission nf tho Immaculate Virgin and tho other half to the Little Sisters of the Poor, SAYS WIFE URGED SUICIDE. Manufimt iirer Aicrerd, hut dimmed Mind, lie Tells Conrt, An unusual hard luck story told yes terday by William Klatzko, a petticoat manufacturer of 105 Kast Twnnty-nlnth street. In reply to n demand by his wife, Emma Klatzko, for $25 a week nllmony pending trial of a suit for separation causod Supreme Court Justice Ford to KTant only $10 a week. Mrs. Klatzko told the court that hor husband was prosperous and that he hadn't slept nt home since last Novomber. Klntxko replied that ho Is (15 and his wlfo Is 3R years old, Ho asserts she told him hn ought to commit sulcldo so she could collect his Insurance money, "Sho talked to me so much," Klatzko said, "that I decided to sell out my bust ness, pay my creditors and commit suicide, but I changed my mind." Klatzko said that he Is losing 1200 a week In his business because a alesmnn nbsconded with $700 worth of samples, he lost $1,500 by failures, burglars got Into his factory and stole goods worth $1,000 and his wlfo compelled him to pav back $2,100 he had borrowed, Thn reason he hasn't fdept at home for nearly a year, he said. Is because he has to stay In hl factory every night to watch out for burglars. FotTTiUMrror, U I., Aug. 21. On ac count of the heavy thunderstorm this afternoon nnd evening Mrs. Henry II. Rogers's entertainment nnd danco wh postponed until to-morrow evening. About 3"0 Invitations had been sent out for "Cablrla," a Mini play, to bo given In a largo marquee on tho lawn of Hopeland, Mrs. Rogers's rummer place here. The storm bruko about 4 o'clock. Just aa McLoughlln and Ilundy were finishing their set In tho doubles nt the Meadow Club tournament. There was a goodly at tendance at tho games both morning nnd afternoon nnd those seited on thn lawn, grand stands nnd veranda wero forced to seek shelter In thn clubhouse. Thero wero many largo dinners planned for this evening to prccedo Mrs. Rogers's entertainment. Mrs. Morris entertained at tho Meadow Club to-night. Among those giving dinners were Mrs. Joseph It. Dlluorlh, Mrs. Georgo 1- Dadmun and Mrs. H. F. Johnson. Miss Dorothj Hyrtf, who la stopping with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11 Godfrey, has as her guests for tho week end Mr. and Mrs. John Ruth erfurd and her llance. Darragh Park of Wcstbury, L. I. Mr. nnd Mrs. George H. Dadmun nro entertaining Mr. and Mr. Harrison K. Caner of Manchester, t. Mr. Colket Caner Is one of tho players In tho tennis tournament. Mrs. Russell Hoodley, Jr., Is expected here nbout September 1 nnd will occupy Mrs. Charles K, Miller's cottage on South Main street for tho remainder of tho sea son. Goodhue Livingston. Jr., arrived this week after spending several weeks In Labrador. Mr. nnd Mrs, Lo Grand C. Qrl wold, who havo been spending tho sum mer with Mrs. Cheiter Orlawold at the Hell cottage, will leave hero early In Sep tember for Mount Klsco. MOFFAT DIED INSOLVENT. IIi'iiiit It ii 1 1 run it Ilnlltlrr Wm Tlimmlit Worth sr,(HO,O0O. A renpprainnl of the estate of David H. Moffat, tho Denver banker and railroad builder, who wns thought to havo left an estate of $2j,000,000 when ho died on March D, 1911. and who owned securities In this State held ns collateral for loans of jr.00.000, shows that Mr. Moffat died Insolvent ns to his New York estate. Mr. MoITat lost his fortune an the result of trying to tlnnneo tho Denver, North western nnd Pacific, known as tho Moffat road. Ho was founder nnd for many years president of the First National Bank of Denver. His stock holding In the bank nlnno wns thought to be worth a fortune. Papers tiled yesterday with tho transfer tax report show that tho ntock of the bank Is of no value. A report by three npprnlsers, ono of whom was National Bank Kxnmlner T, L. Kline, states that the bank had n capital of $1,000,000. sur plus of $200,000 and undivided profits of $SO0.O0O nnd that tho entire sum had been moro than wiped out by tho withdrawal of undesirable nnd worthless pnper having a faco value of $2,500,000. An nseess nient was mado on tho stockholders to provide for tho deficit nnd to provent the Comptroller of the Currency from closing tho bank. Mr. .Moffat left half his estate to his wife. Frances A. Moffat, and gave the bulk of the other half to his daughter, Marcla A. McClurg, and his granddaugh ter. Frances Moffat McClurg. Becnus.0 of the Insufficiency of tho funds of the eetato a bequest of $50,000 for the Moffat Library nt tho decedent's hlrthplace, Washlngtonvllle, Orange county, New York, w 111 not bo paid. WIDOW GETS NOTHING IN WILL. Ilnlk of W. It. Judson's Kslntr fiori to Timi DHUKllters. The will of William Reardsley Judjon, who died on April 1", was filed yesterday, nnd tnnkes no provision for his wife, Mra. Adelaide Judson, for these reasons: "Sev eral years ago I was married and have now living two daughters, the Issue of that marriage. But Irreconcilable differ ences arnsn between my wlfo nnd myself nnd we have been separated for years." Mr Judson gave tho bulk of his estate to his daughters, but loft the family sil ver to Miss Josephine Greht, providing she was unmarrli'1 at tho time of the testator's death and was still caring for him as shn hail been for several years. l5i-Mnjor Ilussr Left r,3 1,0.70. CitiCAao, Aug. 21. An Inventory of the property nf tho late ex-Mayor Fred A. Busso wns filed this nfternoon. Real and perso-ial property valued nt approximately $531, B70 Is listed. Josephine L. Busse, the widow. Is administratrix. John H. Umb CrHlcnlly III. iNntANAi-ous, Aug. 21. John E. Lamb, who Is said to bo slntod for thn Mexican Ambassadorship, has suffered a nervous breakdown and Is In a critical condition at his homo In Tcrro Hauto. Weather nt tliunmrr Jtraorte, Asnunr Park, Aug. 21. Temperature, 70. Ati-antio Citt, Aug. 21. Temperature, 70. Asiieville, N. C Aug. 21. Tempera ture, 70, 3IAIUUED. ALLEN WOOD. Mlaa Hilda Wond. dauah ter of Mr. and Mn. Ezra Frederick Wood, married Augurt 21 to Mr. Wray Whitney Allen, nt Hotel Vanderbllt. DIED. BUTI.HR. On Thurilay. Auiniat 20, at th New York Hospital, after long 111 ness, Franklin Croiny Hutlar, fifth on nf the lata Benjamin F. Hutler and llllin arentllle Jlutler, In tho fiftieth year of hi axe. Funeral aervlccs will be hald at tha Church of tha Epiphany, corner of Thlrly-flflli atreet and Lexlniton avo nue, on Monday morning, Aurnm :i, at 10 o'clock. Interment at tha con venience of the family. HEltTHAIS. On Auguat 31, Lillian Her trals, aged $0 ear. Sfrvlcn Stephen Merrltt's Chapsl, 222 Eighth avenue, near Twrtily.flrat atreet, Sunday, lo A, M. TAYLOR. Tha Right v. Mrr M. A. Tylr, n.. at hl reatdenre, 1 1 4 TVeM P'venty-firat (treat, on Friday, AuniM :i, 19H. rtotlca of funeral hereafter TOnitRY Kithnrlne S., wlfo of Mnrrla V Tnrrey nf New York city, at Namu llniplul, Mlneola, I, I., nn Aurust 21. 1M4. Funeral servlroa will bo held at tho chantry of the Chureh of Zlon and ft, Timothy. 234 Wet Flfty-oventh utreet. New York, on Sunday, tho !d Inat , at 2i30 P.M. Interment private.