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THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914.
"WHAT IS LOVE" AN ! NEW YORK'S CHANGE AMERICAN COMEDY! TO BE GEM CENTRE 'JEWISH NEW YEAR 'CITY TO HAVE MOVIE i i ' CELEBRATION BEGINS! on f.iwiji' nirlinrotigli's Now I'lny h miifinjr. Willi Some Hriirlit IMiiloiriio. .Miiy TnlxO World Load In the CnUiiiir and Polishing of Diamonds. i In "00 or More Ryniiiroirims, oiulcrs of Metropolis Will Ho Prayers Will He Made To-day Depleted for San FraM and To-morrow. eiseo Visitors. M I I.I. I)Y L1KH AVSK SKY wo uk Ko h iio.noo i:xpi:hts I SPEAKER TALKS ON WA II . K.MI IIMT IS FAlt ADVANCED 1! imiiiii' of .Mnilc nt Home Kinif (( l.nnirlis at Muxiiic l.lliotf.s Theatre. I'enrls From U. R. Rivers K. pcck'il to Ik'comc Pontiliir by Ren son of War. M. R. Ulnnientlial Says .lews I Terraces and Auditorium Tea Doubt Russia Will (Jive Lib- lures of Ruildiiii: Planned crty to Oppressed Knee. by Commission. ' mud l li""- At lmlnr Hlllntt's t lieatrc, . . . nulh rimll.iv j mi .. Ninette Comitock ' y . Thednr l'rlebiu I V'.lcs Hraily i -. - II H. Oraham V -. fennts lltmtuce i II llnules IIaIsmt II . tldward feci il i: t.ucU Moure 1 1 lht plu last week i What 1 I,ove." acted ! ' '.'.!" t s Theatre. Tho.'c vvlml i dw nr pleasure, kept prlr. mil over the week -ml f It 1 their fate tlmi they lmc I S itutday evenings have i i . low The pl.lv lif lleorge , 'ii-h tho .iinbert gave to the Ort t ir", prove-d to he s.'i.nis mi amtiflnic comedy ' .n ni . ' c' V, . XV it ! , i-i life The kit a on which Ik based ha not reeentl ; .. .1 hi tne theatrej). The dlnhnue, ) . i.i-- In .tn devotion to Amerleai Id i". 1 'lo-i" not dl'dHln tho freshen! fl r . f Ilrtvlway dpfi-eli, 1 witty and craM-tf -'ti'' and there are many op j.rt.ir.e, t. laugh without helm; the t .miianie.1 of It. This In nn attr bute , n t .-miely u well n of Kood fan-e, Tvc , - at preoent to.) lon:, or It p. i m. nhleh Is the same In tho end. M- S. .ii 'lornush keeps well within tho f.'U f i- "dy The yourf girl about i,o- t"e t ir n acts are prlmarllly writ- n -. cniii d to m.trry nn attractive n1 -i rfful youtiK prlc whom he t ir e ii lo.i-s tiecaus tur ehlldhood'M r. rt hM cone to Oermany to htndy ti I'd feit her bick only pleture o.'i. - r15 Sh- does not, of course, v r h.' drew an extra draft for h - father Jimt before he left ! n i I sli pped over 'n Amstirdam to a . t , weddtr? rltur for I.i r II- inn 41 h s hnmn while hhe I.i sd r- tti" Invitation to her weddini; srd a.ls t.i (! liver the rln Immediately. It ' cm ! after he has kissed her and fh- il zes how different are her fed Irn. owird hint from thoe hc enter tt:r t .rtard hci undemonstratle lawyer th- le bc-Rins l W ,l.e to wonder what love Ic nhci i. it frank about iiru,:il happ. Utcr Alth whom ,,( I, t home is eo irrecliilm.ilily w l'i her hilMMiul that nhe lx cusiieited her sinter will not .. 1 ,.! husliand enJo all the df- i ;n.i n . w.i with the one person w rlil She !'a4 rwn NiikVentid .r Miur.ger lir, aid the return ar,i r Kxe fro'i abrind lli.ik'-i 1 Ii r fe.llnirs toward her lie 1 Hut M.e is pIlBhted to one of e , lie lias kivi n her word to d hi will r.nt release her. Nor i.thT. who b"llee he may et i" in spite of th- b'tmt'ial, Mir Ii position II lliimnn mill i n r.- e-ceii", K' ' What Is Lovo" continues the i ' 'f f.ic louiiK wotnar.'s conduct. . U win hft talk.i with her sister " ' w i the mother if the youni; man he must merry li. r. enaiment j i gJKement, and when she listens le MutMer of her betrothed, who In a T ' 'Jm.in and dneere scene tells of hr own unhappy married life, all the ' brllsvlni; that the irlrl loves hrr "in Instead of the returned traveller. s i. illy won her love onew It Is -f-'ruion of the threwd .ommentH ' i. adolescent serving maid and the conviction of her sister, who with r devoted husband and new biby tee,) 'ove a the motive of matrimony So n Flrl Is about to follow the eonvlc ' . of her hart and elope to .Mexico vhen her brother-ln-liw reminds her of force of i pr.cius, she has Riven word Thin there IicrP another onfl et between tho two men and he-r an feelings. It Is tho appeal of the lou r " the betrothed that cuts the knot. HesVirnUIng how much crontnr Is tho lovn ' tne vounu doctor for the elrl, tho K T retires. o whitover loe may be, It Win out In this case .Mr SMrboroush'a spetches are natural: orta they are amuslnit on ncrotint of e-f'r ..wi nuallties and from their re. 'tion t , the situation. In th.) brother ''iw he nas drawn a tint ly natural 'Mnl of iilddlo class American manhood. vi .the.- figure In the p'ay was iUle Krap'dc s this pipe smoklnfr, daer nlr.ed sane and witty citizen of these '"-'ee-d S'ates. who with his vlew-e, of life d i' li. t '.iijld never have I'oriin from s .or quarter of the Klobe. Nanetto '., Jus' as alluring now In the '' ' is she was In girlhood, w.us his 'H'l . nut resolute wife who usually li.nl in Tho two mothers, one' Knui "1 i-reconcile,! to a mnrrUift not of her " 4..111B, the other Eentlu In In r 1 l .ibp'I happiness which was founded ' ' .ima-je iromptl by love, were well be ths author and effectively 'I Jtnnlv l.'iu'.u'i' and I.uela e There was niore eir less ioiibIi ' . "inhats of their liiisbanilk, wlm a terly Involved In the Mtr'lBBieu t .i-in persfins, which II I!, tin ' I I'd ward Sei net id Miss llrmlj I'rollcleiit. I nh another ernbodiuient of I ' s ,n i.int Kiilhood, with tb" I ' . '. ir tinisluk one aiiothei' I i I no the storms "f a June ' I ,uttil the dilemma of this ' ho hud Hist luen awakened by f 'H" lll.lll she! IllVed tu ask thu 'i ;:ivis the play Its name. ' lis again fctiotu In Bli'ilsh ' .id Intelllgencf Then her -vnbiils of her ait Is lemnrk ' ' i I f"i one of her si iK" ex 1 "ii, .bin n a Is her cniitrol of ' 1 1 picsent, they occasionally t' ill extent which lobs her ' Hi w nat of Mpontauiily, and one r i iguely the theory that art ! art I'liebus pl.iytil well the "'I' an In ather-lu-liw, and he ' .'tor in decide to show i 'linn SilSle." which was u i 'e i., 'able in hlevi nuiil tlun s. wh'ili Is iaiii Ir thejii d iy. fie .i,i ntly in Ihe first class I'atr'.k jViycd thu bgal In' er il distinction. Ills ul.-t und 'i we ie a dsllsiht Hut If he . 'ilti, both ft mi one syilnblu ' ! "II, ncee," It Is mill n III lli' n.tli tin lllbs of I'li'iich pin ' that I his syllabi. i ahnnld be ic l i. ,t the second l'il-ir wc-ed his almost lost -".in nd'i'lK w,,rttifh f'obo,v ' . h". II h''H .' 'l.l t' Wll.it Ule h ,i I. ( llllll'l I fV'i. In 1 ii i' Ii I oiiiroi i d, Who has been ill nt i 2 Iir ivt lie, wus ri pn tut ' t i hi greatly Improv il, lie i" to leave Ills bed. One of the sudden effects of the war In that New York now has mi rny op. portunlty to become the chief rltv of the world .11 the cutting and tK-llfhlnc of! diamonds. Tim principal competitors or New Yuri: It, thin Industry tn tho paM i have hrrn Antwerp nnd Amxte ntatn, and' report re.ev.l In the Maiden Una dls-i trtct are to (he irfeci that the diamond futonc ..f thej.ee cities lire shut down bisiueo nf the disturbed condition due to the vv.n. London n ml I'nns have a f,.w smull shops, .ili.l these re also rlnsv-d. So It In expected that If the wa,- .on llnues the New York cutters will ! culled upon to supply most of ttir. world with diamonds. The world cmplovn nliout 20 00i men In cutting imil polishing dia monds. Tile rough diamonds urn Imported from Suiuli Afrle.i l.y wax nf lorn'on. hllo production nt the mines and shipments to linden have both been . le.-Ked I distill lied business and shipping I lie .Hll I ti.ms, et the New ork cutters I. Ii i I" it they Will net supplies enulIKh I .. I I 'Ulr tnents, fnusunllv beiiw tminti tlons of diamonds, lotn loiiKh nt.d uit were mude some tint" iiko In untie!, mi.,, i of tariff ihaiice-i. and some shlpiiieiit 1 wen rushed here about the time tl.e w.i. i opened. T heso supplies hitvo unable, th- no porters-and cutters to m,et thu dein.ii 1 from Jowelr) iimniifHeturers, ninn.i . ' whom li'Hr b-en biiylni- In latper ,i:i. titles than usual In fear tlmt the pn . Ion stones will be warier and hlcher pri. e, as a lesult of the war. The demand . ,.n.-, from the manufacturers of rltitro. lo. ki ie. necklaces, pins, bars and various oihei kinds of Jew eli y. (iermntiy and Austria have been tne sources from which Iihm como trreat ilU.ltltltles of the cinl. precious or colored stones, and also ..f sMithetl, and Imita tion aetiM of all kinds and Jewelry novel ties, especially In the cheaper lines. Paris has sent tins country In the past much of the more, exp, ii!e und artistic Jewelry All these supplies rnuei n.,w u provided In one m anothec by the domestli: manufacturers. The manuf icturi rs admit that tiny ae worried at piount ocr the uppl of tin; colored stones and Imitation ' penis h celwd cliletly from 'Jemiany and Aunili In the pnst A MiCBesil.in has aln i,Iy been mad", however, tint the Jiw'e,,-rs be'Uln to -1 i rei 1 1 1 1 t colored stone s ih't mtiy be obtained ,n arloiis Statw of tin l oiintry and in .Mexico. A iinAeinent m.n bo started to make more popular ln stonc-c thut are mined and cm In thu ciui'itr . Pearls are reHirted schivi on airmiiit of the Interruption in shipments from the Orient to 1,1,11, Inn arid l'nr:s and thence tu New Vorl This will stimulate the demand for the fresh water pearls found in the mussels of in,- Mis.lsslj.pl and lis tributaries " j TO IMPORT "MY LADY'S DRESS." I , Knoblauch senteel llrooin U III li,. lit the- I'lil lions". I'n William A l!rad ha- air-ini:e,l aiehl joepii nri.nv.s for the icdii.ti f "M, ' I.ad s Iir.-ss ' at II . ria hlnnis.- earlv In I i ictoner. I tu p!a was lonilon 'at Ma-mi and at the ltoalty Theatre. II rev. .-till Trunk Vernon, the I,ni..,ti HitKc tlr. .-- tor. I- alteadv In New ..rk -upi rinteudliiK ' the prcpatory work, and Ivlw.ud Knob-' lauch, the author of Ihe drama, will leach I here in tlniH for the tln.il r-. h. .ii s.ils a-.d to no prefeni nt tho opening performanes The company will ineltnle Al irj Uolaiid nnd I.eoii e.'uartermaln ein s Mini I' In j its, Charles Frobtivui has secured a ne w thlrtj minute play, adapted from e 'buries Ulckens by I'.iul Al l'otter. In which Miss HUH" llurke will appear In con nection with "Jeiry ' 'The ' Misleading l.adi." Hie . ..tnedi by Charles W. lioddard and I'.iul Inckei. opened It.s second si-asm at the Itroiol. way Theatie In llrooklyn Saturday night Lewis js Stone, wlio has the leading part. I being featured this iwii. The new lending lad Is Ports i ilsson, n MrooklMi girl, who ,aed leads list s"; n with the t'ai-tle Sipii'e Kloi k i 'oinp.i u. In Huston Frank .Sylvester still has the role of .Viiiinlf on, while cithers 111 the cast are Ib'tiry Miller. Jr. Alb"M ftachett, Ilenry Slo'kbrlelBe. iliiue Harboiii. Alice VVIIsun, Walter Ifiran. Frederick Wal la, e. AIInoii Skinner and Uaisy Aditmy Thero are now three "Mlsleaillng l,ad;. " cunipfiiilea on thu road, and William Harris, Jr., Is considering n-ndlng out another i Among the principals eiiKiped f.n the spis. tactilar production bv the l,tenci' r'onip.uiy of "Tho ejarelen of Marndls..." Kelward Sheldon's plm. based upon Mats t'hlistlan Andersi'ti's story "Tho I.ittln' .M.rin.ild." to be produeid at th" I'.irk Tin-air", are the following: rnno'' m finii ciiii r. Jessie V Ilia is . i'nncetsu Thorn, Minnie Terry, I'nm ess i.aiici. Angel Ki'lr, 'niicesi Mn mihlW . Ilnillv Stiens. Ki.ipcrnr o thi ('riifcs, Lionel llr.ilnm . Turtlr iijiii. Shenel in llloek : Via, , Jelly f'ith, lliirmoii II Cheshire, the Sr,t Wilrh. Mnna llib ird; the ll'nli I'nn;, lieon.'" Itolpli: Jtmprr, Muinv Kllllli'll: the Queen. Hc'n-o Kelly. These are only a few of the prlii" pil charicters In the ptav. In iiddltlon to Jose I'lilluu, whniii Lew Flcldti lias engaged for the tlt:. rob in "Sual.'' the new opir.'ltu. trom the lliiligiillan, othei'H In the cist will be I'onnle I Miss, thu Kngl'sh ciiih illi nne ; Itnbeit I'vltt, an l'ngllsli tenor, l,iw ll.-arn. an Aineri. 'in io tur who has ben nt the London Hippodrome for two years; I'lil.l von lluslni', ,b Ivlllc Ste wart. Al ixaiidir I'lark, Aithur Lipson, Howard Mei.liuin. Ibttv Leo Hid Hulls La l'tancc, a daii'er from the Winter Harden, lie r tin. There will b" a ciior'l of ntout furl v. After a short out of town engage inent the play will b" si en hero tibout Niivcinb' r I William II Holt, who has been absent from the Huge wince he hi came a pro. dining mtiiiger a few jcur ngo, will appear as Vo'iti. tho central llguro In ticorg" V llobarl's modern play. "Kx pi rlen.e." I. I'll will eoi n lime a Ilroud wee pr. sentat.or. Ila plnicd the same p't't III the i lie S"eii" of the pla when Il was shown r Ml' lit tho Lambs I'.i'ilbol at the Moti'iipi'litan upei.i House The tlti rob'. ( Jlii'ii'it'i', will be pliyed b) lliii Jolinsoii This will b" mil night at the Illpo. di'onii' Ailiiili.il I'll teller I. Is fini, Ins st.ilf mid th" ollleeis if tl'e Wintilnt will wltnesa "The Wins of th" World" fi ion boxes. Olllcii'rt and enlisted U" from oilier billli ships also will be guests c. the SI liberie. I:. , t 1' U .mi an I ciiiupa in w i I np in v,i 1. 1 '.iie ii lie li..' T' a' I ' i wi't ill' "ne ii rei o ,o , ,. i.i . ill' I'll'IMC I ll' illll r illiell in t t 'I- tc l slitou Wool . Mi I'lcsillH sii i.iit will be I'liiuded Niihur H, Hull. " rl Andrrsan nnd Jane Haven, WASHINGTON TO HAVE COTTON FASHION SHOW 'Society Women Plan an Exhibi tion of Costumes De-iirncd hv Themselves. Washington, S'ept Ii - W'aslniiEton """'' on,',n prepannu plnm. for a cot'nn fashion show to b inodellml after th" Tarts fashions The tuirpos.- Is "n crcourase the use l,y American women of Alnerlciin Cotton cslds. i'h,. inodnlu ..t ih .-.tn.. f.is.lno slioie v 1 bear the nanio of eo-lety women eb- ,i.w, in.te,l ,.r th.,i r l'.inuiii. Worth Hed in and other world fatuous modia'es It Is iipi'i uir, the hope of the projectors of the affair. .which will be h Id In Washington, thut women of other American cities will hold similar show. M.intifaeturi'rs of cotton iroods w 111 be liiMted to send exhibits In order to ac iiualnl the rounlev with the wide iutv of iirti. lis made from th" great Southern i staph. i Mrs. eiiamp chirk, wife of troi Speaker. Ml-s Clem vlexe I'lark, Ml as Lue llur lesun, daughter of 'lie I'ostnnuter-iicn-, iTal . Mr. Hole" Smith, wife of Senjim Hciko Smith. Mrs. John Sharp Williams. Mrs James It Mann, wife of tho nilnoiif. lender of the House, and other women '1Prt.rI." approve the cotton fashion unnw und have promised to assist It. 'I hi' 'entatlve plans are to hold the1 sli.ov Just before the week of the nitloti-j wide cotton bargain sale, and it I will last two davs Theie Is talk of a1 ile'slrfiiers' dinner ".o wind up the show, at which the soilely de.siitmrs will wear thu' cotton instutiies of their onn designs 'n "veiling dresses. The principal dc orations will be ,-n.toa bolts fe-oni the South snd cotton Amei!"nn flag! por'raylng the hlghent ue to w hb !l cotton cm be put. . A suggestion that wiw received wl4h the grile.ct enthusiasm was that each '.vomat' anpeai- In the costume of her on Inve n tion Thus the cotton fashions designee1 bv W ilnglon soclotv women will Is shown 'Iving models During the mm Ing w.i ' those nteroted In tho projee' All) ni khii'w and cnmm''ee, s vvlll be a pointed to itti'.d to I he an ang..mi iits WILL OPEN NEW NEGRO SCHOOL. Mother s,ipl.r,,r, l'oriiifrl .Vllss llri iel, llonilles Vnothec Illillillna. Tne Mother Si,,erlor of the .-'sterhood of the Illesseil SlcruuelU Will this Illum ine opui in Harlem a new lamrhlil school, ,s.t Mirk's School, admitting 3t:u negro Ijeivt and glt'ls, and a homo adjol'i- 'ng fur the sister, thu whole having con ne. re than )iiiii,ini(i. nn. .xin'iier MUperior w.ih Mls.s Katherl'ie Pn .. I, a d iiichtor of tliu I'hll.idolphla b inker, who Is devour g l.ei llfo and money to eiiur.tllor.al vvoik for mgro and Indian children The school In Harlem Is one of four to be opened to-diiv, nil of Idem "listing morn than 300,000. Other are In Huston, Cin cinnati and rft. Louis, ar.il thes". added to schools already open, make a total of slxt en iciiool she has founibd. Mother Prexi I started a school In Harlem two vcars ago Now she op. ns tlie new building ns part of St. Mule's Catholic p Irish, 13Mll street, near Lenox IIVl nu Mother Prixel started her sisterhood In Isx'.i, nn, I was I, -cognized by the Ciitliollc Church In 11)07. She has oisli I-i California, Tex.i.s nnd other rtIM mt St.lleF NEW PLAY FOR ELSIE FERGUSON. XVIII Pln In eeoiilcnsls" fur l-'rnli- mini mid Klniv A llrlii imrr. Ill-e rergusoii Will appear this season under th" maiiagemciii ot Chatles l''roli man and Kl'iw x- IMangir In "e nli"isis.'' 'v Hi.b.nt lliiity Puvii:.. author of "Cousin Ix'ule'' md "Th" Mollusc" The piny Is now running al Wyudhani's 'lien f", lionibni Mi I'roliniiiu ntnl Klaw ,s II' lunger hiv,- Joined forciw for Ita Ann r i an piodiii'lloii liecaus the pi IV bi-longs lo Mr l'i-' hni.in .'mil Miss I'ergiihon'H se, . v.esi to Klaw .x- llrlanger Mi- llavles will sail for N- w York on Siituriluv' und the play will he nut 111 le- hiiirsal iiftir his arrival It will do bin li st visit to thu country since h pi i ilui'i'd his play " Single Mini" with John Drew nt the ftmplri. The cast for 'Out i. sta" will bo partly Kiiglluh, A Berlin! Berlin! BERMUDA DELICACIES FOR BRITISH WOUNDED Arrowroot (imel and CaUe He Sent to Hospitals in England. to Cvrw' f rrcres.ii.v .i Tur. s II mii.tuv, llennuda, ut. 1 ner- l iniidn onle, like all the lest of the Itrltlsh col- Is dnlns what "he cm to help the , motherlund In her sirutritl" with cic tnianc , Not havlm; a laiKe tmpulntlon from which to form an aimy nnd not having the means . to build nnd eoiilp a m as Aus'iall.i dill, tcttnuJa sought ottie-r in. .ins for aid ing nnkiand and hi' noon Ihe J'Imii of doing something tine for th" sick and woimdc.1 soldiers of the ei-ipin. As a result Toniinv Atkins will htm while In hospital generous portlmii of tine gruel and cakes made from Hrmuda's own product, arrowroot. The Idea originated with the I.-rinuefei Cn!oatet ,,np i(f t. u-adlng newspaners of the i-ommunlti . whone ..IHor was en-ncc-d for many eari with the K'tmluc hain Hospital, win re mu"h ar-o.irfot was used In the dei of convalesceme ub sclptlon list was started bv the paper which aked that everv coiitrlhutor ulve at lend one shilling So imnulHi was the idea that the fund of f 2'i tlrsi aslied for was siitisc.rtbed In no tint" Not only did nn.ll... r.l.& ..llll.nl. 1... ln.sl....n iviaitors'to the Istinds, plea'sed hv the ho- pltallty shown them, contributed largely. Onlv n few nights sko thero wa a big er tertalnment at which Hov. rulloch pre sided. Practically everybody In tbe Islands w ho could do n turn voluti'."e m.l Ills ei. her sen lees and t,.c nfla.; I, saio to have been one of the greats' o I'"" '.mi.l.i social events The money raised N to t 'll-ned to tl"l purchase of arrow-r.-s't nt one. n'l ice 1 nrevluct shipped in Kng'and bv th" t'n'1 steamer sailing there Atrnwroot has hi en used f"r centuries In the eire of sl.k aid -vi'iii. led Its risii .nines from the fact 'In' .x' a 'dlnn long used the J ' . fn !"' to heal tiii'ir. 1. I I., p. arrows Th" r "i eel '. d .-e ...i.at'.on la m-K'h Ilk.- ta a nnd f.ir.na. It Is taken from the root stock if plants which grow In tropical . . : I s,..nl- trnplcal rountrles The tubers, much like potatoes, contain greit quantities of starch, vegetable tissue, albumen ard alts Tlie in row-root le II. -d inakevc a transparent, Inodorous, pleisant taa'lng gruel It also Is baited 1- cakes ' llfrmuila's supply of arrow root l! almost il-.litnltf 1 When Utirii g the ltm i war eireat Hrlliln sen1 several Ihoiistnd o' , her own olllcers and It". piNutiers to IteHtttida to re'iipira'e arrow nut foitnml one of the principal portions of tli."" diet. The salubrious climate of llermuda i , worked such wonders with tho sdk and i wounded that inanv were reluctant to i leave when nngland diildeil to tiinsfer! them to their homes. The excellent stilts hud il that time lave led Iterinu (I I, l ne to believe that the Islands will lie called upon again to take earn of lliit-i aln . soldie rs. just now tne isiindc at" en.iojing the excitement of looking clillv for the arrival of llrltlsh warships with Hern, in steam- ships as pil.es, for while It Tti uda In f,r n moved from tne war ione and Is as irvei'iil as tl.oug i t.o war .xlsied, It Is tl.. lieaidiiarters of a ureal lb : if war vcneii. some or which freii'p ntly np pi .if 'iff Satnlv Hook, '.vh'ch t.evi r cen.se tl" ir search fur Herman craft and home time tlnd them IRON LINE FETES EMPLOYEES, I'resldcol lllslmii, nt I'enst, (rill e'lses i'iiiiiiiii's IIIH, Hili'dreds of inipl. . ees of He I nn Si" ii,. li" il I 'oiupativ vielc tde Mil, si .f the I'Otnp.iii'. icstcrdav ot. lie el,-,i(h aniuii I'l.srrvatl.ii tr'n c t," Hudson Itlver Tl." trip w h l.i-t.. fnp, ,.r PiuMlt'i; 'ii. Ill the evil' k. wan to a poii.e llb.'Ve Null let k.i. I-'ii di i hk V Illi 1 . p. pi'cs'di nt of the ciitidiuuy. gave a dinner to tho employees and their fiiends Mr llisdop in. nlc a speech il. .ink '-.if ihe linen for their loyalt,- to the cotup.it, v 1 He also tiirnle u few caustic i eferenres to I I e seaman's lull timv ,n the IihiiiIh "f the Sell it" IVli hi' li . ,, I' Col.. ilierce lie Salll i cm. I h ,, ,,e .lie timt the dill will I pi ne t, lie ;t' d n ainile there no don it n i in ml lite ii it it b,i . had a tendeucv to iilinutn I tin people und press of lh" iMiintr.v lo sinh an extent ttiat ligi-lation or this kind will have a hii'Mei low lo leu. In th future.'' A SUFFRAGISTS PREPARE FOR STATE CONVENTION I N omen Plan to 'c Autos for I rip to Ifoi'liester October I 'J. on SnffriiitO'is in New York S'aie me plan iiiiik o iii.ihi ipeir fortv-s'th annual convention, the last to be held before the siifirttKH amendment coos to the oters. the hoc, s!en of a stavwlde denionstratlon. The conentloii will open In liochenter, Octolwr IS Al least a week U-fore then reslments f women In aittomobllns will set out from , I heir various town- They will hold meet i inns along th" way and will rive lunch icons und dlnmrs. to which ever politician ! wl'hln reach will be Invited I The muln ie-nfrKlon will lesve New York cltv on i.ii tain i 7 a In A. M. Mrs. I Ita inond lirown, president of the State 1 associ.itl'in, .11. d other olllclals will be In I the first car. Hirl trtimisstnrs will sounl the advance The cars wilt be decorated 'with "votes fo:' women" banners. The pru,. fusion will move from the Stat hcndiiunrler". SnJ Tlfth ivenue, up lii'iadwav to Yoi.keis and I 'nbbs l'rrry and Tarrytow 11, at nhleh place !t will bienk up Into t.iree parts, each taking 11 . 1 dlllnrent route The iiov: night, Thursdav . lllSr,, 11 1 1 1 l,i .1 ll,,l,,llll 111 itlA fen l'..ilt I In Albanj. The fallowing Tuesday at I noon, all ! Umiiester rouie I the plkrlm can- will enter i and narudi ov.i a twelve mile CONEY'S I-IARDI GRS IS OVER. Vholll .Mill. .1(H) Dot,.; lelelirntloii n( Island, It Is llsllnmted, I'oiiev Ik', md V twelfth animal Mardi lil'.l.S i disci Ot'.lsl. O.I1V .ii o iiiism-s yusiT dax Morning I took SCfi.OPii persons iititll dnvhrink to get nn-iy from tho i island a. d tho sticet ("leaning Pep-art- , nun! worked ll-.o iireaier part of thu dav to rcmov.1 the inan bushels of confetti' scit'ertd aiound j It was i-.titii,i'.'i thai i.etween 3,nno,fin0 mid a.liilii.iiui' pvt.ons ciiJoed the VM-i-kV. calibration (.inly thirty nrreets for elis I orderly wee1, iiiniliict were made during the tinlv two minor accldenta anil, tin," t'.ees were leported. Tho hard work I of policing the 1st i ml fell on the shoulders , of Cip!. Snniiinl Mc-;roy, his force of . Iln ine'i an 1 100 e xtru nlllcers I l.uni Talk dosed on Siilurd.iy nlM. i Sieeple.iiiiso will lemai'i opi n tiei'l tec ,'i'inr t nt least. SARAH DOBSON FISKE ENGAGED. I'lillildellililn Heiress ti, lie Id,. Hrlilr of W, XI. .lelTonls. I'iiii.apki PltlA, Sept 20. Tho engage, no tit of Mls Sarah Hudson Klske, nno of tl o id best yming women In the city, to Waller M. Jeffords, a banker, h Just bin ii announced I'lion thu death of her i graiiuiaitn r. .innii lsidon, four yearn) i ago, Mls I'lsko fell heir to most of his i I u-ae foiMinr I M'es Klske la an iiccoivrpllshed horse-I vvoitviii and for years hue ridden with the l oiinds of the lladnor. Iloseleo, Ithlilln and oilier hur.ts. and has oxhlblti-d nt most of the big horse shows Mr Jeffords Is son of Mrs John K. Jeffords of this city lie was graduated from Ynlii In I 0T. and s a member of many club. i i BLAMES MARRIAGE ON MUDDLE. lliislininl's Hi pliinnf Inn I'nlls noil He Is (1 rile red In l'n Xllmons, hiub.ind who savs he was ho muddle,! when he was mar-led that he didn't know xvli.it b" was ibieg hn b, en ordered bv s i, re ti" ( "urt Justice Hendricks to pay 1 Mil a we. k allnionv to hi 'life .i ..diriir 1 her suit tor separation ic, the ground i f abnn.l.iti'iient The nuscind Is lit ce I C'.iwle., until rccmtly n fo, Inspector, for Ine Department of Health, who Is tl.n i son of S.iiiHi, t J. fawley. Jr , a wealthy i llisilliime inoiiei, uiei n"s wun Ills parents at I'Jll pean strict, Ilrookljn Mrs. Jane Cawlcy says she met him hi a stc.imi r going to her hume In New iirliatcc and n .urli-il him there In I'jU' The dav after the niartlatte hn n fl her and reluriiid In New York, and Hie hasn't seti him slm came here recently In she snld She nn effort to torce him to sntnoit her because her mother dud and left her iieiinllcsH. I At sunset yesterday hepm t'-e erirhra tlon of Itosli ha-Shanah, the Jewish New Year. th beiflnnlnif of the ear M1J5 since tho creation, aceordlnK to the Hebraic' reckoning. In 3'.a or more svniK"Kiies prayer eenices w lit be held to-day ntnl r to-morrow. To aeeommcjilate the half 1 million or more Jews who will worship many halls and .leant Christian churchi's have) been rente el The Jewish Community or Kohlllah will milntaln three free couKreitnlion th's year. Tnede will lie In the new V M. II. A. building, al I loth street ne ir I'.fl.i I avenue. In the; Technical Si Ii sd for ti.rl ' at ."second aNcnil" and I'ltleellth sheet, I ami In the Ancila K-llef Moclety h.ill In' I Kiuet lrtl st street. ! The advent of th" Jewish New Year i wan celehiatesl hv the Vnumt Folks I.esKue at I'rori'ss llnll eteriliy after noon The h.ill was hit mI o tilormel . I. wish cnnicreratlons in VorM1le. I', Mc.iuty Attorne -cji-ni ral .Maurice It. H'.uinintha:. who dellxoind the New Year's iddtess, said : 'The conservative and patr'otle cltlzon-1 ship of Amuiic.i refrains from IndorsltiK the attitude of any country Involved In tl.e horrible I'.iiropc.in cnilllet i n,s..rvlni' rstnr neutrality, howe I.is not mean,! so fir us we Jews ure c.inreriied at least, ( hat w. have any faith whatsoever l'i th" eweetl' si cnt'd ,roin.. now belim made b Ituss'.i In cAlend i!Ml anil le llclous , line ty to Its Jewlsn subjects afti r the war "U neti th" devil was sick, the devil ' n monk would be. when ill" dell was wi I, the d"vil a monk was he.' ' ".. wi loinlnc the Jewifh New Yeir our icirts ko out to tic Jii'i.iiie) Jewish sol-1 dlers In the liusslan a run who, limine bled and suffered at the hands of their' v nr.tr on account of helm: Jews, are n i sufferliiK and dyinc foi their c.nu.ti v be ause lis Jews they a loal In the ll.ilt i i If M'n'h thiv l.ce No promise or' i el ..f future r.wnrd m e t-'nUlmi ac tual. -S tiiesii men Theirs Is a martvidoai w ii einotilri'tes the 'm.r.il and :n t'lectUJl aiif.er loi ilv of the op;ii'esstsl Jew' iver his oppresxir " t I'r.iverc for th" deid, both Jen 'it.,1 Kcntlle. will be .rr I. a well as a In a ye t" that l'lesnlmi Wilson will tike F.urop"nii el' Mone- imuatlve ,n u i.jilnn th" outlet. Venn Ki;.ur. 'in- y i meiit. also will " us-d ,- a pi ayr for pi a. ll. of MRS EDWARD JUDSON DEAD. t lie or i Noted 'llsloi- Mil I M Issloiiiil'.i II em her I'll f I , Mir Kliiii Antolintte H.ustow .IihImiii wife of In lldwatd Ju Immi '" lb" Juds" i M. ir'iri.il Cliiireh. dnl ,si" dn m ii"i home 'it ..J Wasliipirtoti Miire, s.ijuth She Was marred to Jndsuti in 1 s 7 1 and leaves besides he-i- h.ishitnt two dailghtcts. Lliabeth in. I Matgarei. Pr. Judson N a s.m of Ail-'t iram .Iiid son, one of the plom er Atnirlean mis sloti.ir'es, who wei" m'M to llurm.i. where he laid the Impel I't.iits of Chris tlanlly In thai of tin world. He was imprisoned -lur g ihe wat on the Hurniese hy the Hsst Itilii Comp.iiiv in 121. The Judso.i Menu mil Clinrch In Washington Sipiare w "i . built through the efforts of his son. EDGAR H. GANS. I.eunl tllx I see of I Is X Icllln ot nrilllinl I.IIiIhiiis X implex , I HmtimoI'i:, ept ju - IMcar II Han-. "X "Ss old. Iiwi.. .t tut dunl ,,dvl. ' of iidlnil illbtio'is. dli' l o .lav of i stiolm of ,iii.i,1i Mi i lap. wis horn In llarelstnirg, l'i. and i." irs wa. h. nil ..r i i. l iw tittn or (.an ,' 1 1 , nj'i rntll W.lllatn lennings Hii-,ii itnered p'oitl . in x:n; Xr iiar,s w a eonslsti i( I'lT-ifs '.it. .sin.-, th ,t I'm h. had twin Indepi T.denl ii Slate md !. ' i.l''l s He a.as opposed psrtv oig.inizatlons READ BENEDICT. Well IvooiAii .Icneller llles of ex ent nine. n t A is i- Ic It. in I IV -it'l .0 Itni.dlct, head of the nrm of liit Hro jcvviilers, died on si'atui ' he boni" In Wissl New llrtghto.-i. Nland. II wis the mi of Satin, e IV Ilened'ct. vr o r iund"d ' a - ' i irn ii. I " V' rsr ae.i,-nt I ,; ' - , ; ceb ,,: at:on , i : H. p,. !', for l.o. i;htetl, il'iliddi ,uiii v. -.'i-j to-dji II i .i,.i ,, ..... I....... liv two bro h. w h i ,i ., i,-. .,,. ... W I II he Jnrlrv biKlnets, t m.l two ions 'lll. VVIIHllO, ,,. I,. llHiullton, Col Wit 'ntn lleeve llaailitrm. retired iiiiiec i-i.i-es arniv -oiieei. u;,.,i on Wrihie sd.ii ,-,1 ),.H i, .tm !n ,), .unk..,.. H,. I iv .s bmi, 'n rend du I.n '. Wis. '. 1 i.'i ' md wan the sou of Major-' ten. i 'n.uies S H'ltc ton Aftrr r-tudv nir tor .i short I time at the l.'nUe-iltv ..f W!c-insin he went to Wrst ,.i',t n'.d wis g-aduated from that Instltut on nl , "i he wich 21 vents o'rl , Col Hain'.ltcn first mtxs.1 as a second lie nn mill ,t lb- I'Vil. Ar'i'let) 'i l.v'.'il l'or i"kh!i.", ' i ir hi ,v.u, prnfe-sor r! nillltar' te'ence mid 'a-'.lcs i' sl.nrv I I'n. u .-dty In Iiiilliin i nnd hi Nevada H'd- veisity. Liter, In 1XI and ISDfi, ho be i ciiinii inllilai i Insit ii 'tor to the National i 'iiiard r.f New York j After tho war Co' Hamilton cc-.-. in iinlcd I'oit Schuv., r and late-. In 1301 nn.l 100?, l'ort Terry, New . ork He ' was m.ide a colonel of point a-tillery ; I- 190!i. nnd resigned the following vai . lie was th" author of marv books on mill. tary tactics. He leaven two sons. Major I '.ml S II lliinlltrm and (apt. charlec S. Hainlltoe. Chnrles 11, n li lll'lisclioteti, wihtk li.Ais'B. Sent, jo -C'.v:,m i-:. V'm 11. nt-chotcn, r,7 yeirs old, died at hln home, 1ST ilr.i'it avenue, to-day. He was a descctnlnr.t of Illlas Van llenschoten, one of the oiiglnnl lunch settlers He wj born In llrooklyn and for manv years wis assnrliited with the Conso'i'd ited n is Cotnpans The- Ilex. Ill I if 1 1 it si V, l.ris-r. The lev Pr Julius W (lever, who for fifty-one ve.ir bud ben p isd r of the .Ion Lvacgcllciil Cnun h, Siebhins avenue and Chislioln' sin el. The JlronX", died at Ho.iiiton, N. ,1 Tne r liur-. i gave him a gold hum run, ,n ii, s oililfti Jubilie a- pislor op JiiU it, I HI II Mrs. Vlai thu X, W noil. i,,,wfi . v. Wi.iii r',tv' duuglitc--' M Si a '.'11 Mi's M.il'tni. iv di.w id I n It. 1 1 1 1 W eiod id died nl the res del. re of der Mi's Harry Itlce in Salem m- dxy VI r, .lis- lie ' llri'triliu II, Win ers, Mis , of D a I low r.l W .tie i s. 1J w r-. in II W ulris of 202 West I' ! VI I., le tj.,. pees mad , dyten.it llosptil M s Waters 1, ive , her liu.iu.iirl hie was i member of t wiima' s ineiit tu' ,uxll'vr of Hie Health Depart nut ,i i' ti' rians'f. r the pnrtletpatlon of Nw T.ttV ".ty In the I'aii.ima-I'aiillc vxpositbm at San Krnnclsco are already far advanced, for the cll commission and Director M L. Knuquei, ti, whom tho preparation of n suitable exhibit has been entrusted, have been hn.nl at work for some months. Cltv Chamberlain Henry llruere his kept sevenil enmerii meii.husj "..inning"' New Voik mi eiien and people, which will be shown on a screen In the iew York rltv biilldiug to thousands of persons who want to have n peep at New York life without making trips to the big eit The city hiillillnt; will be il -n in u!p tures of the famous statesmen. schola" and soldiers of the clt. It will haie nonet of the arches and columns s,, charade" Istlc of exsi!tl,in buildings, the space being ulltl.ed In terrace, feature" Tm- Interior will be one meat audi torium, divided Into wide promenades separating Ihe twelve big g.i' ii.s for departmental exhibits. Along the prome nade will be tables bearing npl, .is ..f libraries, museums, ndiools ....d skv scrapers. Illalsirate phntocraphH will decorate the walls, so that the stra'iger In the exMisltlon building will sec New ork as he niovi's along Three (treat painting" each twenty feet Wide, being dol-i ' . .1 Iturdeit Long, will isirtrnj New ork In ITl.'i. ISir., DU "To make ileal' to tile olisi"e.' e great tmtllc of New York b.iiii.ir. .ilrl Ulrector l'oimint yesterday, "we w I uss a lomhtmd model and pilntlng, tl.trtv two feet long bv twelve feet deep The iiodil will be so constructed as m shoT New York, the iipier bay, shore I'nes Hast Illver. North Itlver and the citv's nn piers The waterways will .or'.iln tsials of -ill nations, and the terminal! along tie' Hudson will, hv mean" of flags, indicate tin' nationality of the boat- dock mg tin rent "The gnat-model will be in.vr'1 aside to make room for a curtain when tie motion plctiitei of New York life are show n IMivs of i hairs will I," whirled lido place on tracks lild hi tne I'oni so thai llnie will In satnig in . oiiimojat ion fur ioe people e'tjrtaius will e ii li.si and diiken ! is undine the ,tn and to p r 1 1, res will be pioJe"i"d from a booth ihove th,- nielli .'iltrall." to the I' lildlllK ' NURSE HELD AS KIDNAPPER. Woiilllll Hxillilns ste- I nl.'iiileil tes lletlirn llo'l. I. 1'o-eln't, M'- M.iigaiei Carls. hi, win. moved into ne optirltncrt ul 1 1 West loeilh slie.t v.sterda.v . was ,,ii-,-.tnl l,,.l muh' . li.irgfrl with kMiiappIng Aiihui Wlmdi, i I. who i vifls I'unjs wl'h his vrn mlfat hi" i is. ar A 1 Wlcssnei. 'iT S Mrii.-k avenue . Itrook ln The box's mother Is tuni-.'K.'ein r f ir I Ihe physician- nt 'MuriiiililH Mrs Carlson, who js in.. Inn - ours", tn.ik bun t" Manhattan Siptc in'., r II . with permission !"".n the ,, v g m.'. 'father. When four dtti.'li"s -ii'pr.""il her vefterday s.ie -aid she bad inimdcl I.. lrlii(; the hoi ha i k to-i.. CENTRAL PARK LAWN BURNS. siinilns f Icriicioii Ci-oviil Is llxi'lteill I'llc' Oilier (.rnss I'lres. j The Sunday afleinoon eVntial I'Tk crowd became ex. Hid vfs'tii'diiv iifterno, n J w li.-n ino feet of bivin Hiid bushes between Mas' and West dilvia ncl oppnsit, lu' d slieet wclo bliriied Th" ponce btllev-t 'rlgaretlii and dry grass were tiiponf ib 1 Thcie wer. live other grass' tire" ves Itenlav "Vtost of the grass p, .Mount I Iti.'hinond Cemet'-rv, .,n h're'li Kill ru d iStaten Iland. was burnd. and Id- othrrs Iwere ,n vncint lots uptown j NO THRILL AT MRS. SAGE'S FIRE. Iinl snioliliifc c.icrbfiKe ("tin Tonnel li? I'lreineii, Smoke pouring fiom the -ear of Mrs, Rue'ell Sag'i'e lwuse at Mi rifth ave. . r,ue, near 1'nrtv-nlnth ct'tol. vestsrile" I afternoon di'jw a crovvj A repott spread I raf.ldlv that n euy i..-t trnn'ti'es -'er 't I ilaiu'.er 1 I'lre engines rum fro"' til' I'lreetlecs, I ard firemen paured Int the handioir five ttnry b'c-k hou.-. l'or . rnmnft j there was silence i.s the s'endllv k-otHi( crowd craned necks and s'ood on r'. Then th fire inn retdrnerl to tho street with dlsgus'ed e',p-e.slon. currying a, unoklng Rirleigii can. mm. I I HOW ',!'.', mi t-itfinb ' !.il!i.. ad ;.. v. ir. 'ivli'i'e I'fiill-li ?tir-1lt s I' ,p trhh svenii. nenr Tff"i " -et VV'.lnesd.K 'ifts-neou, S KALI. - On September Msirt t'.ldlt 1111. .lr"l d yenrs, runsra! eeiv-tes nt the Cb'Jiti o ths rt 'Issiris--. Vlorr'staw ii. N J st I o'cle'V Mi.ni1v yeptembsr ?t ; :e-i: i i p vtt PfKlal int lesvs tiieksvvul t tst'ur. HnbuVen. at f If I' xt lHJTCIHKSfJN -eta srptseit)'.- 11 Mil, Hiuy lliiichtnsnn 1'iincrsl at ht Int" ixblsn'e, III P-etpi-t pints. Ilrook'yn, on Moe1ay. Ss?'- tsr 21, 1)14, l 3 P M. Interment private lltl'.f..VNT I" l.rmikif Sp ,- t- '5, till Hieaera e'umialrir w-f. at Ii i II IteUnd Kuneral servts lt let Clln'c-i llrn.iklvn Mutidai 'V:'l 1 f 11. st 1 o'clurk. Jfusov -(in fyeptmh-r ' ( lat rsildenes, ti VVs.httici"" New v'eirk, Anteilnett llu-l 'l'i' r. P" i, i.ii-inbsr A' II' s.ti.p fe. wits f Klwurd Judson I'uiisrsJ private Kindly ori.' Co? - I.liHI.lF: On eVidember tl mil Sir man eemars I lot. 1, Srvei'j t'-f ttist n n.1 llrondway, lrr. Ir. ik le If funeral ssrvlies al t'.iHur li..plt ri.ureh. Ill West Kf t .eisn'li s'rert. Tuesday morula , 10 o'dn k tr'r-nier.t vviiortl iw n Cuneileirj Itolti;rrH -On Suptcniber 10. Ii'i lsrg A, ltoler(. Krxir Ifplisn Menltt f-n i:.i. ! S I'.lthlh mi-tun, nshr Twe . sires-. VVvdnexlAy iniiriitfir. 10 ci " k ,-sl'UA HS. -On Hpleniber ; lin- n .spi.ita, .iivd ii years Fiiinrnl servdes will be !, I t his at irsl'ltiire. li. Hit". ciK'v ..In h eleinl.iy inoriiliiR, bcptioiibi i .1 si le Ililrlil prlvalo I In vieioitrliint lAVl.lllt - A lll'in lis ll'iil'i fi . mass wiii lis nnr.l for tr repi.,, f s -.in' r,f Ho, Utit lllr.ht II'V M A T' ir I.I,. H it i lie f'hi.rri of tin Blrnod earrsmcnt t-sventy nrt street and Hrosdnav, Mondu Peptember It, at 10 Ai M