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TAP DAY BACK ON CAMPUS AT YALE ARNOLD DALY SEEN DENY "MAIL" WILL BE GERMAN ORGAN CHARLES GREGORY DIES AFTER A LONG ILLNESS A Member of the New York Stock Exchange, for Forty-Seven Vcars. Gnr1 lo Keep Outsiders From Ceremony, but Many (lot In. Piny Tteviverl for a Scrips of M tit hires nt the I'nrk Tliontre. S. S. McClnrc Snys Events Will Show His Editorial Policy. THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915. BONK liKTS HADIjKY'S SON j'rw Ilwrv Conn., May 20. Ynle tap 4r. nti '1' relegated t Hcrkclcy Oval a nKn nn rn'1 ,0 keep out d( irrntr.il public nnd eliminate nil the luMKIly features, rnmo Into Ha own jln to-dn), when the ceremonies were itinsferred back to the old campus, Ri.t Ir.itr.ii! of being held, tin has been tho jutom (t generations, undernenth tin oil rim tree, the tapping took pines on in open spare In front of Durfee Ila'l to that enterprising Yale men mlRht no: climb Into the tree anJ shout down dis concerting remarks durltiK the affair. l.vn Jonts Issued Instructions early In the Hay that none hut Juniors mil wnlors B.iuiiiti ne atimmrii to me cam pus nnJ tl'. it the Kato should be locked ind temporary fences pui tip to keep . . i- .ii. i . . . . , . .11 rordcr to he closed nt 4 :30 P. M.. n half 1 hour before the beplmilnp of the cere- monies, but It wax only a few minutes Iter I when guards were placed nt ths Mtn, ropew were stretched across open iptcet and tho campus wns closed u t'cht as drum. Notwithstanding nil these precautions lemal hundred were on the enmpus shen the clock on the tower of llattell Charel (truck f, Home of tho early ones on the scene climbed Into the limbs of the old elm nenr llattell chapel, from i .k.Vnrh.. nf which thov rot l.l eet ,. . Ti ...... it.. .,....iin. u,. .y;LZ. ;u " J r.::.:::V:i" I iltorles remarks were made as different union appeared on thu campus to tap their men. "Not nt home." "You can't And him here to-day," "lie's In New York" and "You are In the wrong pew," Mre ome of the comments from the elms and the windows that faced pom of th tappers when they failed to rind their candidates nt first In the crowd. Archla Mactelih, one of the brightest men In his class nnd nn editor of the ble. role Uttrary Magazine, who tunned Pimuel Clourdln Oalllaid of Philadel phia for Hones, spent ten minutes look Inr for his man, to the treat amusement of thoe up the tree. lladley's Son Ones Ilunra. Fnnk U. Tuttle, another enlor who hid ten choi-en to tap Keth Ia)w of New York, was seized upon when ho en tered the campui by four of his friends who formed a chain nnd followed him In ml out of the crowd while he tried to shake them off. What seemed to 1 I the mM tinnn ir rhn u 1V. .1,.. ... th n, MrH. ti.uL. I . nf t'r.i,i. n,nv ii.V llsnas the last man tnt.nVd for Iton 1 td Capla'n luls Mlddlobrook of tho ' 1) a!l1 1Vm,rt'""iV' "mv on, T T0 baseball team r him n,- .i.in IMtrlck l-'rancis Murphy nnd AuruMus J2! i ' Z . "'I ".J.,!,- sSSSSSw'S"-r.c?.OFFICIALS DISCUSS ms cnoice. uonaui LarniiRion nepaia , k .. m,,tir,.- .i. ..intfnr.n nn.i nf lh. .tumor IWn.H. nnmml, ... 1 .... .h. n... L. rZ. ( i .. ' 'c.lltiR as many peati and boxes at they n 7 .P' r i'T 1,y.can. l)e Wolf Hopper. Nat Uooduln. arold rumpe ly. the football player. wton i.ackaye. Frank Tlnney. Itayl Hew,, enth iiKlastlcally cheered. monil ,,ltchcock. W.lllnm Collier. Clifton tur ruiiniM- ui wir 1.1 irriiiMin was the turnlni: down by two men of an e'ec'.lon to Hones for Keys. These were Dan Collier Klkln of Lancaster, Kv.. mnaiter of flie Yale crew, and John Henry Vincent of Minneapolis, son of the l'reslder.t of th- University of M!n resota, who is a very popular Yale prad uile ami nn enthusiastic Keys man hevs to-night appeared to lie very Jtb'.lant over the men they trot, some of whom are Hampton, Yale lending bro1 Jumper; Cnpt. Alec Wilson of tho football team "IMe" Way. the Yale r Cher: Carr UiEton. manaEer of the football team; HurKess, captain of the hockey team; Hamilton, president of tho Dramatic Apsoclatlon ; I'roctor. chair- ITeYt VnanYa'ppe'V whoe'd , Junior promenade. I Many of those tapped for Keys and ' nd lrvl nn-"' while onh 'W two" o ana Jicin!t, while onl two men "en Om ofthe.n VlTy M Oler" i t.on. One of them is esle M. Oler. tew His 5 tlon" wa"s o'no of ho jumper Ills selection was one or mo mo porular of the day. AmonR the other prominent men who went to ltnnes were Knapp nnd Von Holt, the football men ; Johnstone, pole laulter. Tener. manaKer of tho Dram atic Association ; TlRhe, business mana iter of the .Vrtrs, ami Walker, chair man of the literary board. One of the elections to Wolfs Hcnrt a Mcl.ane, varsity crew coxswain, and another was Smith, a Yale .Vetcs editor. The last man to be tapped for Wolfs Heid wis Hntwlck, leader of the Rice club. The full list of elections was as fallow a . Full 1. 1st nf Mlrptliins. Skull and Hones Donald Shopard. Huffalo, N Y . Hermann V. on Holt, Honolulu . Gilbert K. Poster 3d, Kim hurst 111.. Charles H. Itoberts. Jr., K'usiiinir, 1. I , Farwell Knapp, Hart forj, l onn . Wesley M. Oler. Jr., I.arch T.ont. N' Y : Henry W. Johnstone. Oer nintown, Pa , Arthur 11. Darllnu, Wich ita. Kan Charles II, Walker. Jr.. Con ord, N h : Howard P. Putnam, Har M, Mass Hunald O. Stewart. Colum oua. Ohio. Samuel (1. (lalllard, Jr.. Phil 'lph.i Kinley J Tencr. Sewlckloy, "i.. a ri.it vp of ex-Cov. Tener; Law 'er.re o T.Rhe. St. Paul. Minn., nnd Morris JJediey, New Haven, Conn. Srroi; nnd Keys Henry J. Crocker, Jr. Pin Francisco Foster M. Hampton, forlv,. ,uk. . Alexander D. Wilson. BlrKharnton. N Y. : Nelson M. Way, Manineir. N. 1! . C.eorKe W. CnrrlnK 'n, fharlenton, S C , Otis I.. Ouerney, nM Mo nes. In . Charles Pratt, Ilrook ' n. N y , Curtla H. Munson, New "rk John 11. Vincent. Mlnnennolls. 5'lnn. Dan C. Klkm, Lancaster, Ky. : 'i-de- it v Huircss, HurllnRton, VI. ; rhar,es D Di.-kcy, Jr.. New York; r'"v,d O Hamilton, Oro-SB I'olnte, Jh"h Wayne I'hatfleld-Taylor, Lake -or(M l.i William 11. Proctor. Jr., Vev v h W'oI'h Head Alfred H. Chappell, Jr, X Lnnion. Conn.; Dnnlel It. (Irani, wni Tenn , Henry H. Anderson, x k . Ilennett Sanderson. Ayer, Mk t.nii, I, llrndln, Detroit, Mich. ; Edv.'d w Hubbird, Auburn, N. Y. ; Mien vr. I.ane, Jr., Garrison. Md. : Hunt'HR'.,j Lman, New York: Hnrnld H Ti'Mna" Jr. St. Louis; Thomas K. Hiicoi.ii llnrtfmd, Conn.; Archibald M, ll h.uds. New York: Chard P. Smith, Water'ovi., N Y. ; Scth liw Id, Ilrook Irn, N v Alexander M. Munson, York Harbor M . Klmoro M Hostwlck, St "U!, Mo LOOKING FOR PLAYGROUNDS. ""lice rf I'lrliliir Vnrnnt l.ntai 'I lirniiuliuut tile City. I.err. n Peterson, who wns In eharRn P.' the .wli for the uuemiilnyed nt Pn lee , n.nrlArM IfiMl i.'lnf,r. Iiah been a:if.i i v l.ll.. PumlMlnnir VV'ond. lo lo-.h for pultnblo pluygrounds for miin it, s summer. Inn P Myrs of the traffic snund ko , i . ng to get about a hundred pints ..f i-.-0.jt,i in rirrater New York. Aires-' .mm y. five niim have been no 't'd l , iiov will be roped off and t'iX ;r j.iKin as soon as possible. Pol'n. .r-rgeants will Instruct pupils ii th. , iiiiii- schonla how to look out ror 1 ' vi s i tho strecta and avoid ate MISS SPOXO IN TITLE HOLE "('mild" At Hie I'nrk Theatre. F.uaene Marrhhanks Arnold Daly Itev, James Morell Montagus, Love. Mr. Humes George (llililtni Leiy Mill , Charlea I-alte Candida, Hilda Spong Proserpine Doris Mitchell ArnnM Daly revived Hernnrd Shaw'a "Candida" nt the I'nrk Theatre yester dny nfternoon for a series of special matinees before the close of his en gagement In New York, nn .engage ment which It Is announced will be his Inst In the plays of Mr. Shnw. Not all the Interest In yesterday's r- ""'V - Th I'erformaneo wns note- worthy nn serving to reintroduce to the American stage after nn absence of nearly n decade Hilda Spong, who plnyed the title rolo Instead of Poro thy Donnelly, whose eleventh hour dlf ferences with the management had ab sented her from the cast. With very little preparation and 'only four rehearsals Mini Spong acquitted herself extremely well. As the moth erly wife of tho middle class Fngllsh V.r., ' i "tlnec,n ' 'T Tr I'usbntid and her love for Mnrchbankn. young and usthctlc poet who nenrly wrecking tholr home, she ns a compelling- tlKure In the piny. o jonR nns "Candida been missing from the American stage its last per formance having been nbout four yenrs ngo nnd the original production eleven yiars obo that yesterdny'a nudlence was more than entnuslnsttc. Mr. Daly's Interpretation of the very sensltlvo nnd poetical poet, Mr. Olddens's humorous portrayal of Mr. Hurgmi and Mr. love as the Ilcv. Jnmc.i Morell were ndmlra "Candida" will be repeated nt two performances to-day. The encasement will end on Saturday nfter two perform nnccs of "You Never Can Tell." McANENY AS AUCTIONEER. Will Start the Fun nt .Snip nf Seat for l.umlis' (,'iinilinl. Acting Mayor McAneny will sell by nuctlon the first box at the puhllc sale ?.f eM or th I-amls Rambol nt the "uu" Jlir.lllD ncxi 1 llursil.iy illier- "oon. The second box will bo sold by Dudley Field Mnlone. who ns Hoy of the !r?.m.u" !" ac,l"? .'1'i'M'erd In place of ur!nonerfVom,dXr,r,r Bkl" " C03X will be nn entertainment ' I"" Crawford, Fred Stone. Dave Mont nom'ery and othvr will all vie with one another to pet tho hlKhest price. I'lnys anil I'lnjers. A memorial service for Charles Froh- man will ho held In the Temple Kmanu I-.I. San Francisco, on Tuesday, the dny 1 of his funeral In New York. The per- vice will be conducted by Itabbl Martin A. Meyer Memorial services will also 1 be held at the Mason Opera House, Los AnRefcH. on the eamo day. 1 Tk nu.i. ...... -u takt p WH Theatre, promises to be the bluest tiu.atr!(.., entertainment offered this sea- ' BU ' . . ... , , . ... 1 MJuhr r , i 1 "on Marred toKXr,wUlcen at the For"" street Theatre on Mnnd iv Juno 7? after preMminary lerformancV m iaVcn "Th. Pensnnt tllrl" will ''"" """"ther tta r "af.,Vthat da " ..' ,..",'.''.. ',.' .., ' ' ' " ,n .... ......... "Mini.- by'ltay (ioetr. William , Porter I and lyrics are . Daly nnd Cole "rind the Woman," a new farce, was produced l.t .wRht by the Shuberts at ' he Lyric Theatre. Philadelphia. Halph Herz plays thu leadl.iR role. The first showItiR of a fenture photo piny made from Hoy Norton's novel "The Plunderer," with William Famum In the leadlmt role, will take place at the Hippodrome next week. Mr. and .Mrs. Vernon Castlo enter- tallied the company plnylnR In "No- body Home" at the Prlvcess Theatre at Caetles In thu Air atop the Forty-fourth .Street Theatre last nlxht. Clark & Verdi arc miklnR their last , vaudeville appearance this week at the I New IlrlRht'.n Theatre, ns they have ' ben HlKtied to appear In a. new revue which ileotx-c M Cohan ! wrltlnc for ta ymond HHch'o4 ' " " . . ... Thf. i.Tn'in-MMient or the Frohinnn- ..... .... - . Ilelnsco production of A (.elebrated Capo" at the Kinplro 1 hcatro has been ..Meiiiien inriiwKii n.uui n.., , .inn., u, in- htead of I'liillliK Monday, May 31 Tho cast will remain as nt present. FKANCE WILL THANK U. S. Artist to Present Album to Am bassador Mn -II. I'Anis, May :n.- Many hlRh s'ate of. ficlals and prominent men will be pres ent In the nmphltheatni of tbr Sorlionne on May 23 when the Henevolent So ciety of ArtlMH w:Il present to Ambns smlor Sharp an allium of original draw Inps by lending artists and addresses by well kt.nwn authors expression the gratitude of France for the netp ren dered by Americans during tho war. President Polncare will be present. THE SEAGOERS. Snltlnc to-day by the Anchor liner Tukcanla for Liverpool and niasenw: Kenneth Murehlson ('.impbell Turnbnll Henry Shtrvsood .Vorrls Mrs K 1). More. In ir Vnrli To-liny. Daughters of tho American Involu tion, Knickerbocker Chapter, mcotlns, Ilnlxl Mi-Alnln. WelRhts and Manures Ofllclnls, con ference, Hotel McAlpin. Public Kducatlon Association, confer ence on iinr. plan- '.a"' Hall, Hiissoll Huro Foundation HulldlnR, R P. M Mothcra Council, nicotinic, Hotel Man hnllim 2 P. M. Cornell MedlcAl i lun, ninner, notei ' winianiH Club, -meeting, 291 Madison avenue, S 30 P. M. New York itaiirnnn i lun, menung, I "'I West Till rt V-tl I II t ll Street, S P. M, Trinity rarisu .uhiu..i , ruuwiiB; Schools and Kindergartens, exhibition, 3S2 Hudson xtreet, New York Microscopical Society, meeting. American Museum of Natural History. IS P M. Actuarial Rorlety of America, meet ,ng. Hotel Astor. 9 A, M, Century Theatre Study Class, meat Ing. Hotel Astor. 2 P M. Theatre Assembly, meeting, Hotel As toi 2 P M SHORT WEIGHT EVIL! Many Manufacturers of Scales Attend Banquet, at the McAlpin Hotel. Senlern from all parts of the State gathered last nlfiht at. the Hotel Mr imn - .lu-hth annual banquet of ii v,w York State Association of the New lorK btate Association 01 The" discussed plans for punishing short m(.asur(. ,iei,ers advertising fakers and ZJ w'e.Kht retailers. John It. Farrell, Btate Superintendent of WelRhts and Mea.ures. presided. He-1 M the o.llclals there were present , many manufacturer ot scales, con- talne and welRhts and former State and city oti c alK. At the speakers' table were l.orouRh President Charles J. Mc rvrmneU nf 11 ehmond. Assemblyman j. McKlllcntt. City Commissioner u II..I. of WelKhU and Measures Joseph Hartl- Ran and ex-Commissioners John I I ,.:nwt)ort Hanson. Fred It. TlKhe. w,m Mmar.l. William Crowell and , 'J " Mnln,WBOtI. Thero were many in- mmute speeches jr, Wnlsh. referrinn to n speech by Asemblyman nrooks, In which it was chanted that New Yorkers are cheated out of many thousands of dollars every ear by short weUhts, aald If this were 1 true the Attorney-Genera! should taka action. Uurlne the afternoon the delegates were entertained at the Old Fire Hall In Kaat Sixty-seventh street with ex- '.billon, of lite ",K. " c"' c,'' Iw ,f",r, tlremen. The mornlrw sess on - ''e'd "t the "A - ; aml m h' I lPe" wf. Fr ,"e!man.?' JT,' Sln,c Superintendent, Lmil M. Scholz, h"lness manager of the Wnlng Post. and Sealer II. J. Haynes. - .infi HFnoC,iuon lias on view an riiiiin- rat rxnll)lt of ,,e paraphernalia of its h1U)tnMai includltiR welRhtw nnd meas- ,,. ,.nd n.strunients for test n them, Tho sessions will continue to-day and to-morrow, with morning meetings nt the hotel and programmes of enter tainment In the afternoons nrrnnRed by tho Mayors committee and th mer chants' committee. Dr. M. J. Ferguson of Tulsa. Okla., w-ho him been nt the Hotel Flanders for a week, will snll for Kngland to-morrow on the St. Paul. Dr. Ferguson Is a mem ber of the Hrltlsh lied Cross society and will be assigned to one of the mili tary hospitals In Frnnce. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS Snmr of Those From Other Cltlea on Loral Henlsters. Hlltmore Wllber Owen, Toledo. Ohio; Scott Hanford, Hoston; Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Newcomb of Detroit. Holleclnlre Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Thomas, Hanger, Mc.; Mr. und Mm. M. Kaufman, Iwronce, Mass.; Mrs. Fuller ton Merrill, lloston. Mass. St. Hegls Mr. and Mrs. W It. Ii Hoylenux, Ban Francisco; Prince von llohenlohe, Washington. D. C; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hrown, lUwton, Mass. Woodstock Mr. nnd Mrs, J. V. Sawyer. Lowell, Mass.; Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. C. Harker. Poughkeepslo. Mario Antoinette Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fullor, Pine Orchard, Conn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. o, Nichols, :vow iinven, conn. Waldorf Clen. and Mra. Chnrles Mil ler, Franklin, Pa.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd ward Drowning. Philadelphia: K. C, Iluckner W.on UH McAlnln R. M. McKay, flhanghai, Ch nn: Mr. and Mrs. a. is. urirnn, nonff. kong. China: Mrs. A, P. Hager, Shang hai; George N. Day, Hllo, Hawaii; Mr. and Mr. P. V. Le Due, Ottawa. Quebec. Knickerbocker Wnlbsr JC Jahn, Chi cago; Tracey F, Manvllle, Hoston, Mnss ; Mr. and Mra. W. S. Roberts, Al banv. Gotham Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W White, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. nnd Mrs. L. IL Schenek, Toledo; Mra. R. Jay Flick, Wllkeahnrre. Albert Mr. and Mrs. C Wnshburne, j Plttslleld, Mass., N. F Johnson, lloston, No mercy. MISS MAURINE CDRTIS BRIDE OF G. F. LATHROP Ceremony in Church of the As cension and llcception at the Gotham. Miss Maurlnn Curtl", dnuchtor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred llatsey Curtis, was married to riravson Farquhar Lathrop, son of Mr and Mrs. Alanson P. I.athrop. ,n" U,UTvn ," A!,con!'10" m'1 nlRht, the Itev Percy SUckney ornnt. rceor of the church. offlclatlnR. The bride entered the church with her fnthr. who Rave her away, .she wore a Rown of white satin covered with old rose point and Duchess lace and the court train was of white net bordered with aatm and npplb.ued with point lace The maids of honor the Misses Helen Curt s and Mnrv Sevbe . were dressed one In i.lnk tulle and the other In blu. . t TOW . V.i Pliolo by Underwood A 1'n'lerwood Sturtioi, Mrs. Grayson F. Lathrop. both wearing lavender lints. The brides maids, the Mlssen Gertrude Lnthrop, Anna Moore. Grace Dalrymplo and l'leanor Purdy, wero gowned In pink, blue nnd lavender tullo and wore lavender hats. Robert It. Coffe, Jr., was beat man. The ushers were Herbert II, Case, Robert P. Clnrke, Wairen P. Smith, Howard Crosby, Jr., and nichard Laupher. After the ceremony thero wns a re ception In the ballroom of the Gotham, which wns decorated with palms, bay trees, dogwood nnd spring llowcru. EUSTIS LANGD0N. WrddlliK llHstened liy Ilrlde irronm' Order tn Join the Color. Kaht OiiaNOK N. J. May 20. The wedding of (.'apt. Untold C Kustls of the Fifth Mounted Rllles nt Hhcrbrooke, Cnnndn, and Miss Hessln M, Linndon of Cincinnati took place' to-day at tho home of tho bride's aunt, Mrs. George li. Halsey, ) 2T Arlington avenue North, The wedding was to have been In Cincinnati, hut Cnpt, Lnngdnn was or dered to snll for niigland with his reirlmenl at the close of this month. leaving so little time that the bride nnd the bridegroom arranged to meet In Kast Orange, dipt, Kustla arrived here to-day and left with his brine tor canaaa tnia arter noon, ibbbbbbbbbI I'1' Iw 4 -- 4 1 i'i5 x SUFFRAGE ACTIVITIES TO DAY AND TO-MORROW To-day, J-S P. M, Msnhsttsn llorouih or r.tnlirrs and csnvan.rs will hold a cenferenre at 41 Kast Thirty-fourth treet, Mra. James Li Iwildlaw pre- Ulnr, I M. Mas meeting at 10 rait FUty-nlnth atreet under th auplcs of ths Eighteenth AMembly district, Manhattan Woman 8unrae party. I p M. Itovlng Chop Winner. Broad street and Kxchans plsce. Neon Sntenth S.nsta rttitrlct utreet metln. t'nlv.rlty plsca and Fourteenth tret. To-morTow. A treet meetlna under th auples of the Queen Woman ('itlrae party II1 b held st SIS Fulton street, Jurnslca. A atreet meeting will he h!d s the corner of Ntnty-lxth trt and Urosdway, Seventeenth Aeeemb'y dis trict, Manhattan Woman ."urtraen party, at :10 T. M. Thre will be an executive metlng of the Seventh Aaimblr district, Man hattan Woman FunTrsae party, at 4:10 V M ttnvlng Shop Winner, at 1 P. M., Urnad atreet and Eichsnite placs. Heventeenth Senate district stret meeting st noon, rifth nvenus and Thirty-ninth street. Kltteenth fenata dlatrlet trt mt Inc st l!H0 r M.. Third avenus and Klahty-alith street. Street meeting at :S0 V. " . Hfth avenue and 1 10th atreet. Fliteenth Senata dlatrlet euttrag shop at noon and 8 P. M. 1300 Third avenue. Sixteenth Senate district street meeting at t P M.. eutalds H'oomtng dales'. Third avenue and Fifty-ninth street. S LINDSEY DENIES WOMEN QUIT. Judare Sny Denver Siiirrnglsts Voted Despite Snnir nnd llnln Oeorgn Creel. ex-Pollce Commissioner of Denver, now a resident of this city, received a telegram yesterday from Juilge Henjamln H. Llndsey, denying an nlleged Interview with Mrs. Martha J Crnnmer of the Colorado Hoard of Par dona nnd a suffrage pioneer, In which she said that the light suffrage vote was duo to dlsRust nnd dissension. Tho teto- prnm follows; Mrs. Cranmer positively donlcA the interview. Women continue to talto liicivi.'w. ..uiiivii .t'liiiiiiii.- ll, i. ltd their usual active .Interest In voting President of the Klectlon Commlsslo'i Mrs. Kills Meredith Clements has Just handed inn this statement concerning tho vote nt yeaterday'n municipal eleo tlon, nt which Just two of the live city Commissioners were elected. '"Out of Right precincts tnken in dif ferent sections of the city we find that 1,119 men voted and SOU women. Tho weather was tho worst In years, snow und rain all day "A few political women, peeved over disappointments In elections or Jobe, are sometimes given to making uch state ments, but so far ns they are true they might equally be made by the men re garding nialo suffrage. Such statements aro Illogical and unfair and am no ar gument against Justice of womcn'u suf frage," PEACE DELEGATES DUE T0-DAY. Women Who Weill to The limine nelnrnlne on the Hyiuhim. The fifty women icpgntH who sailed from New York more Hum a month nun to attend Hie International conference at The Hague will he here this mornln;; on the steamship Ryndam of the Hol land America Line, which reached Quarantine lnte List night. Miss Jane Addaum will not be with them, because, with several other Chi cago women, she has rematnod In Kit ropn to reo If (hey can do anything in the Interest of peace. Among the New York delegates who are eipecled this monilne are Mrs, Frank II. Cothren, Miss Madeleine Doty, Miss Mary Chamberlain, Mrs, Mary lleaton Vorse, Miss Alice Carpenter, Miss Leonora O'llellly, Miss Constance Droller and Mrs. Mnry Chittenden Pcroy. MRS. BLACKWELL, AT 90, IS STILL AT WORK Old Timo Stiffrnffist Finishes Story on Her Birth day. T"! i knrTii. V .T.. Mrtv 2ft. Thft TlV. Aftolnette Hrown Hlackwell. pioneer I Homrfor ronvnle.rent liable the woman suffrage advocate, pastor emeri- , First IlrnrnVlnry. tils of All Souls Church of this city nnd Th children of 1J15, who were or th.' first woman to be ordained a mln- j pnni(., n fow necks ago at the Van Ister tn the United State, celebrated , .jnn jtot ,y the Lafayette Fund to-day the ninetieth anniversary of her , llo tn(.r HiMro toward paying the birth bv completing the tlnal chapter of ,,,lV.i nt iii I'nited Suites to France her story. "The Social Side of Mind and Action. Although a nenever in votes take charitable work for children everv for women. Mrs. Hlackwell is not op- w-here announced yesterday that the tlmlstlc alsiut the results ot the special mnaten of the Countrv Home for Con elcctlons on October 19 that will decide I vjoent llables at Sea Cliff. L. I., will the question of woman franchise In New ,,0 tllp trHt obl.Vt of the.r aid. They ' Jersey. Politicians, antl-suffr.iglsts nnd those who represent the liquor interests don't want to eee suffrnRe win In New Jer sey." she Kill!. "Hut. if for no other reason, I favor woman suffnge because 1 believe In the superior qualifications of women ns holders of public otllce. 'As a rule women can give more time to a public duty or cause than Is pos. slble for the majority of men to clve. The larger percentage of women are not encased In any active business that can. rmt bo abandoned for lit least a few hours every day." Mrs. Hlackwell waa born on May 20. 1S2S. ill Henrietta, N. Y., and la a graduate of the Obertln Theological Seminary She was one of the speak ers at the first woman's rights conven- i Hon, lieal in Worcester, Mass, In 1849. Later shn engaged In lecture work, ad vocating the abolition of slavery. Her efforts as a lecturer and writer on torn- perance and social rcformn brought her I national fame, I ill ll CUU1.1 ,ilUIVII tU-iltltfc ,V tlon wns KVP to Mrs. Hlackwell by ! tho congregation and others of her i friends. WHITMAN BABY CHRISTENED. Governor's Infant Son Indnlars In n (iooil l,n'k Cry. Ai.n.vNT. May 20. Charles Seymour Whitman. Jr. cried to-day when he w-as 1 being christened, and Utile Olive, his sis- tor said it was a sign of good luck. Gov mt .,1111 II m ii nihil "I h mw. v..-,.. i Whitman nnd Mrs. Whitman and all the 1 1 guests at the christening were pleased I becamv tho Infant wailed. Charles, Jr., I Is a little more than two months old. The olnieteiilng, nt which the Rev. Dr. Chnrles Alexander of the I're!i terlnn Church on I'nlverslty place, New York, olllclnted, took place nt 12 3D P. M. The Itev. Dr. William 11. Hopkins, pnstor of the First Vresbyterian Church of Al bany, pronounce-d n short prayer be fnr the ceremony. Jum na Dr. Alex under lifted his hnnd from the baptis mal bowl and sprinkled the water on the baby's foreht-ad tho Infant let forth Ui lusty wall and cried for a minute or so. Mr nnd Mrs. Oliver Hitchcock of New- York. Mrs Whitman's parents, were be Hide tho Governor and Mrs, Whitman during the ceremony MT. SINAI HOSPITAL GROWS. Three Ad.l.l.o.ia, .,,.,. to Go I'p In Fifth A Venn. Three buildings for the Mount Slnal Hospital aro to be erected on tho east1 slilo of Fifth avenue, between Ninety- I ninth and 100th elreels. I One will be nine stories high, with a froiitago nf 07. 8 feet nnd a depth of ' L. Haker 101. 9 feet, for use ns servants' quarters; 1 Ansa Hir.i'ii:Niii:i'.ii h, wlm died In nnolher will bo three stories high, with Hronklyn on M ly 14, 1914, left a net a frontngo ot fiO feet and a depth of estate of r.l,2'.9 7T., the bulk of which 72 feet, to be designated as tho path- i goes to four wns and n daughter .n ologlcnl building and dlspensnry; the 1 amounta rnnglng from JR,701.7.'i to $1!, thlrd will be three stories high nnd bo r.21.7.r. used ns the children's dispensary and' Math.ua S Tavioii, who died In for outdoor patients. It will have a , Ilrooklyn on November 11, 1914. left frontage of 42 feet and a depth of 97 ' $40,13 1 35. The principal bcnetle in. s (,,,,( -ire l'Hi I, Smith, a daughter, 1'.'.- Alt the building will bo fireproof, 7 7. nnd Maud K l.ev. ri. h. a grand wit h facades of brick, limestone and i daughter. $ 1 r. . 2 7 I Snmller amoutrs terra cotta. Arnold W. Hrunner is the go lo several grandchildren and great architect. lie has estimated Iho coil 1 grandchildren. Christ Church Re's of the group of buildings at $460,000. I $069.26. STANDS HY ritESTDENT Denial was made yesterday by Henry T- Stoddard, for fifteen years In control of the Evening MnU, and 8. S. McCtiire, head of the newly formed corporation which haa purchased the paper, that the new regime had been Inaugurated to favor the German cause In the present International struggle. It was stated by both that the persistent rumors of pro-Oermanlsm In the new S. S. McClure Newapaper Corporation have no founda tion In fact; that the Ifoll'a national and foreign politics will remain the name nnd that the change In control Is purely a newspaper venture, At the same time It waa admitted h nr. Fdwnrd A. Rumelv, formerly head of the M. Rumely Company of Lnporte, Ind.. whose father "was a Ger man of Ms nnd wno is ntmseu German university man, Is one of the principal backers of Mr. McClure. "I will huve absolute editorial con trol," said Mr. McClure nt the Union League Club, "and the editorial policy will square with my own conscience nnd Intellectual decision. The suggestion oi pro-Oermanlm comes, t think, from at tempts made last winter to organlz a German newspaper. Whether my edt torlnl policy Is pro-German can bst be determined by watching events." Mr. McClure snld that negotiations for the present desl had been polng on for six or seven months. Mr McClure also said that Dr. Rumely had Inter ested the other Investors In the enter prise, though Dr. Rumely himself la a small Investor. "It should be remembered," Mr. Mc Clure went on. "that I am n man who la well acquainted with many toreign countries. I made n study of KnRllsh and aerman city governments nnd also studied the relations between financiers and business men In each country, whose Jealousy of each other Is nt the root nf the national ainrerences. ur. iiumciy Is nn old, old friend of mine, who has comfortably helped me In many matters. I mav sav thnt my own son is a i.er- man untverlsty njian and 1 would be If I were young enough nnd had time, were young comm.. " .-u Few men. I think, sustain the I resl- dent more than I I am an American, i I think you could tlnd few tietter Americans than Dr. Rumely." Mr. Stoddard said. too. that It could not be argued from the fact tnat ur. numely Is a German university man thnt he sympathizes with anything more than German Idealism. The S. S. McClure Newspaper Cor poration of Manhattan, the new control ling company of the Ecenlno Jfnll, was Incorporated yesterday In Albany with a capital of 13.000.000 The incorpora tors are Frank P. Stoekhrldge. F. J. I.amhln. T. E. Nlles. J. C. Cook, all of 203 Rroadway; K. L. Orvls of 104 lxlmrton avenue and William H. Ste- nhens. secretary of th .Unll. P S. Mc Clure. Frank P. StocUbrldge and K. L. Orvls are named as directors. George W. Perkins and other bond holders. It Is understood, have acreed to the sale of the Af nil. CHILDREN OF 1915 BEGIN WORK I from Hcvnlutlnnary times anil to undo'-1 win nsslst In the sale of seats for ths nl fresco performance of "tphlgonla In Tnnrls." to be given on Saturday at Piping Rock, L. 1.. by Granville Harke for the benefit of this home. War relief contributions received yes terday were Polish Relief Fund 1773 TiO; Secours National, $31,110; Committee of Mercy, JMD. ".!, and La- fajte Fund, J127. Serbian A5rlcultur.il Hellef Co'imiittee. $1,09120; Vacation 'War Relief I'ommlttee f 40.. 92. OBITUARY. Sirs. Jane ClindvvlcU. Mr. Jane Chndwlck, 9fl, widow nf Henry Chadwlek, for many year" sport ing editor of the Ilrooklyn Ettglr and known as tho father of haoch.ill, il.ed on Wednesday at her home, SSI l',ir nlace. ltrooklvn. She was born In Rich- I mnl. Vn. Henjamln Hotts. her grand- father, was one of Aaron Hurra coun sel nt his trial for treason. Her bus. band died In l'.,,". She Is survived by her daughter, Mrs William C. Kdwards, and two brothers. The Itev. .Vnthnn K. Illslinp. Hostos-, Mav 20 The Itev Nathan K. Illshop, years old. f"r nearly thirty. eight yean, r'-ctor of Kinmnnuel Kplscop.il Church, Somervllle, died last night, llo was born In tircenport, L I., and was graduated from Herkeley Di vinity School In the class of '7''. He was ord lined In Middletmvn. Conn, bv Illshop Williams. Ho was cilled by the , t , . , ystry of St. James s Inin h, l.amn-ter, Pa., to become ass.st mt to the rector. In 177 lie went tn Kmmmuel Church, Somervllle. WILLS AND AFFRAISALS. Mrts Lai'ra Hoapi.t Johnson, who tiled on January 2Ti last, left an estate of JS0.777 In New Ynrk. In addition to real estate and permnal property In four other States She gave 10.000 to Mrs. Gertrude S. Alvord and left the remainder "f her est. it. tn her daugh- I tcr, Mary llondlv Scut borough Napier. I Kl.tZAIiKTII W.vitn I'.I.V, who died on S'epti inber 17 list, left J4! 330. which sin. gave in trust tn her mother, Ctnls- tl.ill.l A. I'.lV. On the hitter's death ,, property goes to Wlllctt Abbott Kly, n nenhevv. Miih. llni.r.N Ht'SFVt i., who died on February 27. 1914, the widow nf An thony Russell, left pmperty in New l:!u l'lilted States l'laltig Card Company. The propel ty g.;c to her children. MAtnvmrr 1. akkii. who died on July '" riltl Ine, Mass , left 5,.0,ono, of which $M,'.2.. was In New mk. Her estale went to her daughter, Mabel Charts Gregory of Charles Gregory A Co., stock brokers, died yesterday III the Sherman Square Hotel nfter an Ill ness of nearly a month. He was a mem ber of the New York Stock KxchatiRa from ISfiS until the time of Ills dentil. II o belonged to tho Union Lengiie Club, tho Seventh Regiment Veterans Asso ciation, tho American Numismatic, As sociation, ' the Collectors Cluh, Ht, George' Soeltty, the New York His torical Socloty, the Royal Automobile Club of Great Hrltaln, the Touring Club of Frnnce nnd the Philatelic Society. The funeral will bo held In St Stephen's Methodist Kplscopnl Church. Hroadwny nnd Sixty-ninth street, at 2;30 to-morrow nfternoon. The Inter ment will be In Greenwood Cemetery. Abraham! V. .V. Ilel'nrerst. MtjTOctlKV, N. J., May 20. Abraham V. N. DeForeest, for nuny yeara Iden tified with the New York Stock lit change nnd a resident of Metuchen for half a century, died to-day at his home on Woodbrldge avenue of paralysis. He waa 70 years old. Ho was a natlte of Somervllle, where his bodv will be Interred. Miss Florence DeForeest, a daughter, survives him. William .1. HnReninn. rt-AiNrmj). N. J., May 20. William J. Hagemnn, S, died to-day at In home In North Plalnfleld following i stroke of paralysis. For twenty-live years he was connected with tho Lack i wanna railroad He served In the nvll war ns n member of the medical tt.ii" of Admiral Farragut's fleet. He leivaj his wife, three sons nnd a daughter John A. Plrkett. John A. Pickett, 1, auditor of the Tidewater Plpo Company, died .sit Wednesday of pneumonia at his home, 323 Kast Nineteenth street, Ilrooklyn, He was born In New Haven, Conn. It 1880 he entered the service of the Tide water ripe Company and In 193 he came to New York na auditor of the rompnny. At the time of his death ho was Its oldeet employee. He Is sur vived by hla wife nnd a son. George llentley. George B. Hentley, 74, who had con ducted drug etores In the downtown p.ut of Ilrooklyn for forty-five yearn. ilnM on Wednesdny at his home. 179 d tmsj , fltore ,m , , . . . .... ... .. . . , t, ........... In tho 11 1th New York State Infantry. His wife survives him. DIED. DAY norn W., aged 51. Servlies Till! FCvnitAi. cHcrtcii," tv,t Twenty-third (Frank n. i'mihlt null.llng). Friday mnrning, 11 elock. OREOOnY. At hla lata ralden r .tier man Square Hotel, on May S" f'hirlea Oregory, aon nf the tat John an! nilzabeth Grerory of Hith, Km slid Funeral services at St. Stepbn I'htirrh. Hlity-nlnth etreet nar Hroa ls nri Saturday, May ::, at ::.10 V M In terment at Greenwood Cemetery ltUHHAItD. At hla resMfnte. 1". West Flfty-elghth atret, on Welnes.U), May 19, Thomaa Hamlin Hie H.i r t In tha seventy-seventh yejr of Ii aee Funeral servk-i will be he 1 al ths Madison Square PreabyterUa Cliarcn, on SativJay morntna. May ::. at ' o'clock. The officers and members ot e York llowdoln Alumni .Vsso, 1 1 nm .i. requested to attend the tune a nf the lat (Jen. Thomaa lltm.ln ll.a.ir.l to b held Saturday. )Uv 3: m I to meet In th vestibule of n e M.ni son Square I'reehyt.rlan eh ii i.r nr Madlsan avenue and Tn'y f,.urih trt, Saturday, not later t.iii '. Ii A. !. JOSEPH II nOHKRTS. S- r.irj At A meeting of eieruthe com v llee of the Hoard nf Directors of the i,.iernii tlonal Hanking Corporation .1 Mav 50. the eaerutlve ronimltfee .h nfllcera of ths .nrpratlon en ,ip pointed to represent the cn'im'.i mn ,.i the funeral service of (;n rimiii.ts 11 Hubbard, Its late rha --sn ,i I the are asked to assemble a ie ..thee of the vlre.pres'.Ien' of th. VI.. i,m i tAn Life Inetiranre Cnmpn' M I -on avenue, at I 15 A. M . o May 23. and proreed togs' hurch. Military Order of the t.oy.i the 1'nltert St.ite. "Mmm, of New York - t'onipin Hrlg.-Oen. Thnm.ia II. llu' V., cnmni.in.ter In chief m dlert Mav 19. Funer.il s A M Madison Squire It rhtireh Cnmi' nitons n til , order of I'.iyin leter-i.en Stewart, 1'. S. N irflie.li, i Hrevet Lieut I'll. Wni. -U. S. V.. Reorder ia iho ir.ler. .ill 0 ti lrln II h lln iMiiui i i r ' B.s I ll i I of k - in n I v . M ly .0. t ll. c r. , At a special meeting of tl Directors of th" N'r.v V lawyers' Assoclitlon he: I 1115. It was f.oicd. That we have hear i sorrow of Hie tte.ith of II. llut.barl, the presl.ten aorl.'itlon. lien Hul.tnirit i tered upon his -ei-ond te by unanimous chol,'., n' members nn l.eb'ilf nf sllon, wo desire t. bear i his great ability and de bead of till represent.!' lau ) rr- Ills re. ird as soldier In our civil War iiutloTial reputation . .in.l t raraclty .s(.l iye. in the tlvltles of lit- later year. hltu no lee, dlsttn. tlon In i. affairs. Hqua-.Y ' . onspl, pul'lle splrlte.t I'ltlren an l van. enient of s, ten. . teftae.l to love hi. . II..-.--II i the lau. In J.ilnlui; with reenll hla great c.ip.irlty tlel.ls nf useful en.i.'il. .- in i les partleul.-irly to .peak of tl , "i- ,i rourtesv end gsntlene.s 'n I. t. neterl?e,l hN relrttlons wl'l. Ii - i, lilies, qualities which ll. ..le '1 III a mo.lr of prof.-sslnnal and i-1 duet n.b.rni',1 tiie ronspb-u j- u , tnlnmetits wlib h placed bin I" b, frn rink "f the lur of this ,i . i St .te nnd ivoti ihe affe. tto u . Un. w blm Kitnhfi That as n mark n' , i I affection, this boieil iitten-l i . of ilen Hubbird In i b.i 1. Hliil.Vlt M i'1'I.l.r.N. V' f t. JOHN C.VI.DWIII.I. M TH I M II It in - Vt her resl.li-n e u Thirty-fourth street, llu, , i Tuesday, Mav 1. 191:., i'a. . vt . Init.rlc. In her rift) -eighth Funeral services will be heia . i." .'i home at 11 o'do, k on I'rll.' VI i .irrlicrs In altln st 1 t . . thlr-t street stall in on arrl. ' ' train from Nw Votk. MARTIN. -At i' imbrldge, Ma . vt Frederick V Martin, son .' . Mr- Andrew i: Martin Funeral at M itichcter, Vi " s Sniurday niornlns, May IS MINTI'RN --In London, l.t.K e . . n Tuesday, IMiruary 9, I'lK. II .si, M turn, vouiifiest sun of the ', it. a llnwne Mint urn, In tin. it t. h I ear of his ase. Funeral serl-es l", b !i t a . Church of h llo'i f'ntnn i.-oc ner of "Ixth avenue and TnMe a atreet, on Frlfls) mnrnlnr, Vlav II at hs.'f ps' tn o'eioek Interment pr' vate It Is kindly requattef) 'list na flowera bt aent.