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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915.
4-4- MISS DAVENPORT A MIDWEEK BRIDE Miirrieil to tlic Uev. Francis iiiond Cassollinnu at Her Parents Home. WKDS rXDElt OAK TKEE M;s Margery Divenport, daughter of rfJudcp James 1. Davenport nnd Mm. Paver, ort, Nvas married to tho Itev. Francs It.i)mond Cnssellman nt the homo of her parents. Bolton road, In uootl Hill. Manhattan, yesterday after noon at I 30 o'clock. Tho wedding cer emony took plnre beneath a law oak trfe on tho lawn of the .nto of tho bride's home overlooking the Hudson. Tr.f Itev. Dr. J. Howard Hoyt of New Canaan. Conn., was the otlllclntlng clergyman. The bride, win wns given away by her father, wore n costutno of white ntln and tulle made with n long court train. She wore also a veil of tulle nnd roe point laco and carried a bou quel of Idles of the v.Uley Miss lillxa. teth l, Baldwin of New Haven was V Cnpytiglil by Underwood A 1'nderwood. Mrs. Francis R. Cassellman. the ni a id of honor. The bridesmaids (rc the Misses Miriam Walker nnd Alma Mass of Manhattan, Hlnnrhe Meyer of Chicago and lilenrwr C. Wood of New Canaan, They wore costumes of p.ilebt green nnd yellow taffeta nnd ihlfloti The bridal party passed through an aisle formed by ribbon bearers, who nere Mis. Alice C. Hewitt. Mrs. M. II. Keillor and the Misses Ixiulse Cassell man, Mildred Mould. Theodora Ii. Mc t'ormlck. Oladys Segee, Alice Matthews, Jlarle Bacon and Catherine flraham. The Itev liuy C. Converse of Union Theological Seminary, class of "15, acted js best man, The ushers were Pierre pon' Davenport and Knrwell Davenport, brothers of the bride; Clarence Weston anil A J Jaeckwltli. The bride was graduated from Vassar In lif!3 The bridegroom wns graduated from I'nlon Theological Seminary and received an M. A. degree with the class of 13 at Columbia. STRICTLY A DONOHUE WEDDING t. It, llimoliiii- null lilrnure tlonn- hue Mnrrli-il liy I'nlber Dunohnr. A mdilliiK that was strictly a Dono hue affair was held yesterday nt 9 oilo k at St Malachl's thurch. 251 Wet Forty-ninth street, when Charles ! Dnrohue, Assembljiunu from the N'lnth district, married Miss lilenore I'onohue. daughter of Michael Donohue, 'Xlnn of the churvh where the wedding look place Uahe Donohue was his brother's best man. and Margaret Donohue, sister of h liri le as the only bridesmaid. The ':r. l'.ither Donohue, uncle of the bride a"l nasmr of the Catholic church at Tort .lr i. N. Y., porfortned the cere- The ouple left Immediately for San ' ' i- o. expecting to be gone for two o ths When they return they will " tliu house at 40S West Forty 'i 'I meet, which was the gift of the ernif r.iH)m to the hrlde. ' M I'onohue, tho bridegroom. Is necre in of the Tammany 1111 legal com ". tec ,mil was the only Democratic me n , r o' the Public Service Invotl f ' f '"ommlttce which came down fiom Nl'iaiiy lecently. .loll OH on I'n liner. Stami 'iiiii, Conn , June 23. The mar run ,i Mins Grace Marlon I'alinvr, I iH.ighter of Mr. nrul Mrs. Lowell M Culm, r of 200 Clinton avenue, 1 " k ii, and Stamford, to F. Cliff ("- , Boston banker, took place ,h's I'teinnon In tlio Piesbyterlan ' ireh Tho ltev. Dr. II. A. Johnston, i'lKi r of iho chuich, olTlcliiteil nnd the ' I. Ma-on ( laike, pastor of the Kiri I'reMtvterlnn Church of Brooklyn, M " I'.ilmer was attended by her hIb M Lily Palmer Jlcllvaln of 1 !. as matron of honor. Her i 'Ih weie, Miss lilhel Josephine "i ii other sister, and Miss .Mabl !! ,f Brooklyn. Charleton II, "f Biouklyii, a brother of tho " is Mr. Johnston's best man. L 1, Itil) I, allium. M'igii ritn Lnlhain, daughter of Mis Kills HITord Latham nf " .voii load, Brooklyn, was ii-i evening nt the home of 's in the Hev Dr. Daniel Dor '"1 of St. Murk's Methodist 1 inireh. to John Child Bay, ml Mis, lleibi'it Benjamin 'H e. hi a V' line. Tim bride iwav bv Ipt father. Her i s lean Latham, wns maid of I i n bridesmaids were MlM nn nf Cliloago and MIkh Itillh f Attleboio, Mass. .Herbert II a brother of the bride 'iet man The ushers were f r.i Latham and Lesier Vim llh- GriiMlns, n. l I.. June si,- The i i it to take place In tho home I'elerH, piesldcnt of tho Long uad was nilenuiUiil there i ng when Miss Fannie May iiKou ot Mr. and Mrs, Peters, uM." iwinii i iiiiii nil II I ' was married to Charles H. Scovllln of Pasadena. Cal. Tho llcv. Samuel Tay lor of Cincinnati, u friend of tho bride groom, performed the ceremony. The iirino wns attended by Mies Dorothy Peters of Harden City and Miss Marv A. Causslg of Cincinnati. Dr. James Hai lirnuck of Larchmotit. N. Y., was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Scovlllo will live at Pasadena. Pel sell c Dm v Inn ii. Miss Jennie Louise Davison, daughter of fleorgo Beaumont Dnviuon of Nash ville, Tonn., was married to Carl A. Pctsoho of Yonkers yesterday at the Hold llelinont, the ltev. Dr. lirlcsson of St. John's Iiplscop.il Church, Yonkers, officiating. Tne bride, who wns given nway by her father, woro a gown of white satin and point Inco that had been Worn by her sisters nnd their grand mother when they were brides. Mrs. (leoigo ltetj. und Mrs. Carter Stark of Nnehvlllc. sisters of tho bride, were the matrons of honor, and the bridesmaids were tho Misses Helen Hunt of Memphis. Ollvo Harstow, I.llllnu Heti nnd Arlcln Lamprey. They woru cos tumes of pale pink taffeta nnd laco and carried louiuets of pink roses. It. Will iam I'etseho was his brother's best man. The Ushers were Theodore l'etsche, Heorgo ltetr, Cnrter Stark, Harold Davis. Edward rjrllTln. William Seaman, William Krone and Robert Uoodivillle. After a reception Mr, and Mrs. l'etsche left for a short wedding trip. They will llvo In Yonkers. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. gome of the Latest Xrtrnen Placed on the ItpRlsters. Knickerbocker Ktmer H. Adams. Chi cago; Mrs. Deter tllbson. Spring Lake, N. J. : K. Sohultz. San Francisco. Algonquin Mrs. David It. Sears. Mrs C. D. Marlon, Boston; Mr, and Mrs. Joseph K.rlgo, Homo, Italy, Mlttmore William Fllnn. Pittsburg; Mr and Mrs. J, It, Flnley, Quogue, U I. ; .Mr nnct .Mrs. lucmirtt c. Smith, nur falo. N. Y. Astor Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Fisher. Cleveland: II. C. Tillers, San Francisco Mr nnd Mrs. A. F. Crlchton, Wllmlng ton, Del. 1irralne Mrs. Marker Oummere, Stlss Oummere, Princeton, N. J.; Mr. and Mr', W. Nash Head, Montgomery, Ala, ; A. C, Magnus, Chicniro. Clarldge M, K. Mronner. Boston ; It, S. Doollltle, B. C. Oregg. Detroit. McAlpin Ii. Ottrr.l.i Pep'7., Washing ton, D. C. ; M. D. Slocum. Boston: Mr and Mrs. .1. H. Snyder, Peru. S. A. St. Itegls H. M. Smith. Provld-nee, II. I. : C T. W. .Mcciure, I'rlnreton. N. .1 Wotcott Mr. nnd Mrs. J. n. Hown-d. Crnnd lUplde, Mich.; J. H. Way. Phll.v delphln. Laurelton Charles Ii. Ada'r. Muffalo, N. Y : Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Drowning, Baltimore: Mr. C. M. Holmes, Point Pleasant. N J. avo Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. 'William", New Orleans, Li.; Mr and Mrs. II P, Headl-y. St. Paul. Minn. Woodstock Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Keg- ley. Cedar Haplds, la. : Dr. Frank Lewis, John P. Dyer, Scarborough, N. Y. Prince (Jeorge W A. Hentnn. Minne apolis. Minn.: John Mlcklor, Plqun. Ohio; C 1.. Bennett. Atlanta, (la. Martinique C. C. Meloy, Chicago Waller C. Fox, Philadelphia: Chirles K. Thompson, Troy. N. Y. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mls Kthel Klngsland will be married to Dr. Walter P. Anderson this after upon at her home, 62 Knst lilghtleth J ftreet. i Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Tenney of j 830 Park avenue will be at the Plaza . for several days before going to Strnngo ' Houje. their country place In Sound Beach, Conn. Mrs. D. Willis James Is nt Saranac Inn, where she went In her private car. Mrs, James will pass the remainder of the summer at her camp. Deerwood, In the Adirondack. James F. Dechert, who will marry Miss Dorothea Webb Parsons on Satur day, will give his farewell bachelor din ner this evening nt the Cafe des Beaux Arts. The regular weekly subscription dance organized by XIrs. Llndsley Tappln and Mrs. George K, H. arte was heid last i night In the rose room of the Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald D. Itussell. who are now In Princeton, N. J will go, to Bar Harbor enrly next month. j Dr. and Mrs. Iidmuml L. It. Dow are at Arcadia, their summer home In Watch Hill, It. I. MISS ELLEN YUILLE TO WED. lllddle-DilUe llrlilpsnuilil to He roine llrlde nf V, J. Mtnrifls. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Yullle of ! Bronxvlllo announced yenterday the en-' gngemcnt of their daughter. Miss lillen Yullle, to William J. Sturgls of this city. This engagement Is an Interesting ont- I come of tho wedding of Miss Cornelia 1 Blddle and Angler B. Duke, which wns celebrated In Philadelphia on April JS. j At that wedding Miss Yullle was one of the bridesmaids and Mr. Sturgls wan tho best man. They both served as Photo by Ilavli A Hunford. Miss Ellen Ytiille. nifinberH nf the bridal parly at the wed ding of Miss Mai) I. Duke In Anthony .1 Drexel Hlddle, Jr., which took plain nt Duke's Farm. Soinervllle. N. J. nn June Hi. Miss Viilllo was iiiiii of Mieis Hoke's bridesmaids and Mr. Hluigls won ono nf tho ushers at tho wedding. Miss Yullle has not been formally Introduced to Kix'lcly, although It Is expected sho will inako her debut next winter. Her father let tlio vice-president nf Urn Allied can Tobacco Company Mr. Sturgls Is the son nf Hie, Itev, Toscph It, HlurgH. wno live In Virginia. Iln was graduated from tho I'nlverslly of Virginia and Is a member of the Bankers, Turf and Field und Sleepy Hol low clubs, nlsn of the Virginia Club and tlio Northampton Hunt Club, Tho wed ding day ban not been net. j M'GOMBS IS HOST TO COL. WATTERSON Manhattan Club Dinner Not Politieal Affair Despite Democratic Guests. William F. McCombs, chairman nf the Democratic Natlonnl Committee, gave a dinner at the Manhattan Club last night in honor of Col. Henry Watterson. Al though most of the twenty-llvo guests are Democrats, It was in no sense a political dinner. Mr. McCombs said. He nnd Col Watterson are old friends. A month ngo the Colonel entertained the national chairman In Kentucky. No the Colonel Is about tn write a history of the Manhattan Club for a souvenir look to be distributed In connection with the club's fiftieth anniversary next fall. Ill the presence of Col. Watterson and Col. George B. Harvey last night there was a reminder of a famous Incident that took place In another room of the same clubhouse three yeais ago. That was the conference wherein Gov. Wood row Wilson nf New Jersey bluntly told Col. Harvey and Col. Wntterson that Mr. Harvey's support hurt moro than it helped the then candidate for the Demo cratic Presidential nomination. The estiangemeiit that lesultcd Is no more. Both the Colonels are friends of the President now, and are welcomed at the White House. Those who dined with Col, Watterson and Mr. McCombs were Mnyor Mltchel, Senator James A. O'Gorman, George McAtienr. State Chairman William Church Oslioin. Alton II. Parker, Justice Victor J. Dovvllng. uoi. iiarvey, Augus-1 tus Thomas, Justice Francis K. pendle- t ton. B. M, Harucli, llono uguen. rnmp .T. Biltt. Allan A. Ilyan, J. Iv. oni. Pho?nlx Ingraham. Harry 8. Black. Howard Taylor. Frederic Kernochan, Herbert C. Smyth, John Lynn, Charles W Dayton, Lovvls Bertschmann, Albert Tilt, LewlH J. Conlnn and Ogden Mills Held. A majority of these men are gov ernors of the Manhattan Club. TO FLAY IN "P0LLYANA." Patricia Collliille liiiKHKeil for I lie Lending; Hole. Patricia Colllnge was engaged yester day by Klaw ti lirlanger In association with George. C. Tyler to play the lead ing role In Ihe dram t lr.it Ion of Iileanor H. Porter's book "Pollyana," which will be produced here next season. Miss Colllimc wns recently seen with Dotiulas Fairbanks In "The Show Shop." Previously she appeared In "The Hen rietta" with William II Crane. She lu pin her professional career In "The Blue Bird." and then appeared as Youf ft In "liverywoman." The dramatization of "Pollyana" Is by Catherine Chlsholm Ciishlng, who wrnte "Kitty MncKay," "Jerry" and "Widow by Proxy." Another announcement fiom the Klaw & KrlaiiRcr offices ycslenlay was thai three eompinles will be on tour next season In "Daddy Long-Legs," The llrst will Inrliiilo Huth Chatterton and Ihe original New York cast In Ihe other companies: the tole of .inly .tnfwff will be played by Itenee Kelly ami Frances Carson. MRS. FISKE INFILM PLAY. Will linnet Hole of lleeky Sharp In "Vim 1 1 5' I'm I r." Minnie Maildein Flsko Is in play the mlu of llrrkti Sharp In a motion picture version of Thackeray's "Vanity Fill'," shortly t" be released by the lidlsou eompauy. The rest of the cast, iih an lioiiMied eUr.!.i. Will Include l.conio Flugrnlh, the child star of "The Poor Little lllch Gill". Philip (Minn. George Wilght. William Wadswnrth, Frank Mc fllynn, Helen Strickland, Charles Sutton, Jessie Stevens, John Ht urn eon and Yale Benner The scenario Is the work nf Sunnier Williams after the dramatization of the book by Langdon Mitchell, Mexico. SUFFRAGEEVENTSTO-DAY WOMAN M l TltAliK I'AUTV. 4 I. M. -Canvn.MliK In the TwentJ third Klrctlun iiutrlcl ot the Miea leenlh Assembly illlrlei Hionx Ntreet inretlnit st K-ni:l-r ii;r roini I 30 P M Canv acting b'-e fro'li home nf Or Anns Kuhlt. 1" I'l'i Seventy einnd ireet. C.invavNinic Pre from home -.f Mrr Kmlly W'eliitirrg, 13 West .treei CMnvimiliiK Pre from home of Ml I.yila Newman, 510 West Slxtv.thlr'l street Canvassing bee from home of Mrs. .Mar) I.. Downs, til West Fifty-seventh street. SilS P. M. Twentieth Assembly !! trlet rnvasslng tre from home of Mrs. ri.ir.i llurhnld, 307 H.ist Seveiitv elithth street. 8 P. M. Street meetlnn at llruad way ani Peventv ninth street Street meeting nt Washington Squsr. stir, p M Street meeting ni Mneiy slxlh street nut llroiulwai Street meeting at 100th street and Columbus nvenue. WOMKX'H I'OI.ITICAI, I'MOV. 1 Noon Street meeting, .Mutism Square. 1J:S0 I'. M. Itnvlng Shop "Winner." nt M.iillsiin avenue anil Twenty-thlr.t street. 5 P. M. Itoving Shop "Winner." Ma. 11 on avenue and Tweniy-thlrt street, Speakers, Mrs Norn Hlnteh lr J-'orest nod Calvin Tnmklni 6 V M- Street mretlng. Weslchestf avenue and Pl'th street S:30 l. M. Street meeting, llruad way and I'nrt -fifth street 30 P. M street meeting, Io;M street nnd Madison rtvenue. ( AITKEN OUT OF MUTUAL FILMS. IteslKlls President') to Ciiiiiluil New Mnvle Venture. Internal dissensions, among some of the lending Him producers, which have, been reported for some time past, came 1 to a head yesterday afternoon vvlnn at a meeting of the Isiard of dlrectois of, the Mutual Film Corporation John 11. Freuler, president of the North Amerl-1 ran Film Company, was clecti-d prowl-, dent, succeeding II. li. A liken, who with drew, together with Interests uprcsent-l Ing the New York Motion Picture Cor-1 jiorntlon. Mr. Allken and his associates! are forming a new concern to ptesent, moving picture spectacles throughout the j country In a chain of MrM class theatres. Tile Mutual Film directors elected liil win ThanhoUBcr vice-president, Felix li. Kahn trcasuier and Samuel M Flild secretary and geneial counsel. John li. Freuler. lMwIn Thanhouser. Felix Kahn, Samuel M. Field and Crawford Living ston were also named on the executive committee. Late yesleidny afternoon Mr. Allken gave out a statement announcing the following theatrical stars thus far en gaged for his new venture: Do Wolf Hopper, Weber and Fields, IVoiiglas l'.ili banks, Itnyiiioud lllliln k, liildlo Foy, Helen Ware. Beit Cl.uke, Halo Hamilton, Frank Kecnan. Jir.o Giev, M.illllee Faikon, lieorge lit ban, Henry Woodruff. H. II. Warner, Wlllaul Mack, BesHle Bin I Ise.ilo, Dirlu .1 ) 1 1 1 -1 m l . Dustlii Fninuui, Julia Dean, Kathrjn Knelieil und W. S. Hail. "This move." Mild Mr. Altlon. i infer ring In his vvllhdriiwnl. "gives me coii- lileto contin) of my tlun In inraie Willi Messis. Bniimann and Ki-ssel In enlarging upon plans for the new liilf-tlth-llice-Seuuett comblliatloii which has just been fnimeil." Hen (ireel Plll)ers nt Forest Hills. All open nlr performance of Shake speare's "Twelfth Night" will be glv, n by the Ben flreet Players ibis afternoon at Forest Hills Tea Harden. Forest 1 1 ills, 1 L. I for tho benefit of St Luke's ('Impel To-night nt the same place "Coined) i f lirrois" will be tho offering, Ben (Ireet hliiuelf Is not In tho company, but tlio production are under his direction. $572,305 DEBTS LEFT BY ALBERT LEW1S0HN Oliliiratioiis Iteiiueeil Vnllie of I'liiiUer'N Net K-tate to Onlv .S'.Cl.Iitt.). The transfer tax nrpraisnl of the es. tate of Allert l.ewisohn, the b inker, who ni.Ml Ma 1.1. lSlt, shows that although Mr. lawisohn left a gro estate of J'lsl.oi;.. he hud debts agyr. gating jr.72. an.1, which, with other deduction?, made h.s net eslate mil) i:3,3or. The ap lirnser found tli.it Mr l.ewiohn owed his wife, now Mr. Llllle L. Vogel of the Biti-C.ir'.ton llobd. "'""."3 , Mr. l.ewisohn left no will and when his wife, who was appointed admlnl-.-1 tratrlx, tiled her accounting she asserted that between May II. 1!":. and the date nf her husband's death cho gave him inn.ey nnd stcur.tlis to invest fv her, amounting to Unium". and during that time he paid back onl J37.S3:;. leaving a balance due of J.'iir, X3 to which was lidded $3'.i.'.i3T for dlvtibnds and Interest due. The widow charged also ag.un-t the cutalii Jl.nfiT ne the cost of a spicial train she engaged to bring iier to New York fiom AshevlUe. N. C in older to reach her husband's bedside before he died. The tialn was wiecked and Mis. I.ewiso'in arrived t late Ohjectlims to the aceountlng were Hied by a nephew In Herman)- and John J Curtln was appointed lefeiee ill tho Surrogate's court to p.ics on the ac counting, lie decided that the widow's chum against her husband was Just and .lis-, found that the charge for the spe cial train was proper In view of Mr. l.,wl-o!m'H Million 111 life. The bulk nf Mr. Lew isohu's estate I'Oiirisled nf cash amounting to ( .' 3 1 . O.'.S, nf which r2T.U7l was on deposit Willi Levvi-olin Bros. He owned securi ties worth ilio.i'ii'l, and his membership In the Coffee lixchange was valued at JL'.nna )H library was vvoith J'vi His ..nly articles of Jewelry were a $-'0o petti pin and a diamond pin vvoith linn. Since Mr. Lew Isnhu left no will his vv.dovv receiveil only her dower Interest of IS.iikn in Ills unintry place at Chap paipia and one-twelfth of his peimn.il estate, .imountlng to $'.'7 1'Sx, making a total of $ll),l)rni His inolber. Mrs. Pau line Lewisolin, had n life Interest In his leal est ite and the remainder of tho cs'nte wi nt to his brothers', Philip. John, Adolph and Itaphael l.ewisohn, and to nephews and niece.i. All the Lewisolin heirs assigned tlolr Interest In Ihe es taie to the widow WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Si'SAN M.viiuviii:t Mi'Kim. who died on December 10 last, left 1 1 00.1 fin. of which $M..i'.M Wint to her biotlur, John A. McKiin. anil $11,101 to another brother, William Duncan MeKlni. Lri'v Mvi'kkn.ik Knuiiit, who died on August IS Bill, left $-in.;:i, of which she give fn.'.Toli to her son, Colin Miclienzle. .mil $11,310 to her sister, Florence II Thomas I.mhv It I Iinhiiai.p, who died on Oclo ber C'lL'. left $(17, nun for life to her husband. Kllziu Hinsdale, and then to hei son, Coin tney C Doiigl is, and daughter, Kntheiine D Wot rail. Aiiam MviilUU. left f.-.iixil to hN daillthler. .osei)ilne. ntnl Ills son, Louis W. Mark' I THE SEAG0ERS. Sailing m-ilii) by the Sciiiillnaviin Ameiican liner llelllg (U.av for Chris- tlaiis.inil and I opeiilnueii lis, at 1st Waller Maxwell ll:in Mr ami .Mrs I, n II IV Mrs Sillv Thatcher McKiiiiit'y The ltev II M. How c rs (I V Ue M l.iiloiii Vinson s terrv I ooper Mis I.iiin M alio II I'llolier I Mi-s I'.lliel I. II e i I e I oni ei Miss M a r y .1 a n e roohcr n va's by the 1 Inllanil-America liner Noordiini f'iii Itoi'crdain Mis Frames II A .1 I l.owe lord Br llon.iM Itlley .1 11 lnlt l!,.,ru,, Kun.i,, I Sire Sclrna Iloriistrln, .Mrs Chnrloiin K A J Dr. I). V, JoUmua. Tlumkmoiioa. ALBERT PLAUT LEAVES $50,000 TO EMPLOYEES' I Hoi'e i Hi'ii"it's lvt rite of Tlian ,S700.(0(t Goes Mostly to Mis riiililren. The vv 111 of Albert Plant, head of Ihn K Fink, wholesale and manufacturing druggists, nnd first vice-president of the Merchant Association, who died on June 17 at the Blt7.-Carltnn Hotel, leaves $50, noo to be divided among ninety em ployees of Lent! & Fink and nlso makes public beiUests aggregating $54,00.(1. He had an estate of more than $700,000. Mr Plaut gave $15,000 to the College of I'harpi.icy of Columbia 1'nlverslty. the Income to be used each year to aid the most deserving among the young men graduated In pursuing studies abroad. It Is to be named the I-aac Plaut fund in memory of the testator's father. Thei will gave $2,500 each to the Moiiteflorel Home and Mount Slnal Hospital and I $2ii00 each to the Hebrew Orphan .eiuin inn i mo i ii inn neorew v. nan - ties. Th.rty oilier oiganuatlons receive Jl.iini) each, The codicil nf the win Increased from $.Ki.fti'o to f.'O.nno the piovislou for tho einiloees of l.ehn At Fink Half of the fund is to be divided among those who have been employed by l.ehn & Fink for more than twenty years, of whom there arc twenty-six, and the other half to those employed between ten nnd twenty years. The will excludes Will iam J (iessol. (leoigo Strauss and Hubert It Lampn from participation. lidward Plant, a son, receives all of his father's common stock In Lehn & Fink and .he property at tlx and 120 WiUam street and 7 John street, Mrs. Amy Plant Falk, a daughter, receives the family home at 2S linst Seventy sixth street, with the furnishings, and her husband, Milton J. Falk, gets $10, ono. Constance Plant, the other daugh ter, receiver! the Hummer home nt Loin Branch and 500 shares of preferred stis'k In Lehn X Fink. Half of tho residue s to be divided between Mrs. Falk and Miss Plant and the other half goes to the daughter" In trust, the prln. dpat to be disposed of by them Jn their w ills. Frederick V, . Fink, tho testator's part ner, receives $5,000 "In recognition ol the kindness and consideration shown me In tho early days of my employment bv him." C. W. SEAMANS'S WILL FILED. X lilovv nnil ally Iliuiublers ;( Irtu All of Csliile, Tho will of Clarence W. Seamans, head nf tho Beinlngton Typewriter Com pany, who died nt his eiimmer lioniu In Pigeon Cove, Mass., oil May 30, was Hied yesterday In the Sunogate's office! in Brooklyn. There were no beiiiesls In chnrlt), practically nil of the estate going to tho daughters It suitor widow ami two Mrs. Ida Hcrtruile Seamans, the widow, gels all the life Insurance I amount not staled), one-half the icsld uar) estate and the town house at 7M) St. Marks avenue, one nf tho llni,t private lesldeiiee III Brooklyn. li.uii nf the dnui'.htois, Mrs Mabel lleitruile Loonils anil Dorothy Seamans, iccclves $50,1100 In cash and nno-tuarter of the residuary estate. The only other beituesls are $35,001) to Miss Cornelia Seamans, a sister re siding at I lion, N. Y.. and $50,oou to a brother, Francis M. SeauiaiiH, Itegnrd- Ing Isaac C. Seamans, another brother, the lestittor expresses tlie hope that he will not bo olfeuileil, "as ho has been taken can- of alrcad.v." Ills generouH liiovislon for Mrs Seailinns Is explained on the ground Hint she will havn tile cam of the home and of Miss Seamans, tho j .linger (laughter But the house will il'wiivs bo open (o the others, he adds. There Is no speclllc estimate as to the actual value of the estate, tho affi davit merely stating that the real and personal property exceeds $10,000 each. JAMES J.GOODWIN DIES IN HARTFORD Cousin nnd Partner of Late J. P. Morgan Was in His Eightieth Year. GAVE MUCH TO CUAIHTY llARTroim, Conn.. June 23. James Junius (loodwln, a capitalist who was rated si one of the wealthiest men in Ihe Hast, riled here to-day In his eigh tieth year He wns a cousin of the late J Plerpont Morgan, the New York banker, with wh se firm he was con nected for a number of years, James Junius Goodwin was born at Ilnrtford. Conn, on September IC. 1S35. HI father was Jami Goodwin nnd his mother as Lucy Morgan Goodwin, a sitter of Junius Spencer Morgan, who was Ihe father of tho late J. I'lerpont Morgan. He received Ills early education wt private s.hools In llaitford nnd then wen! Ii the Hartford High School. At the nge of 3i Mr. Goodwin a married ill Philadelphia to Josephine S. l.lpplnrott nnil by her h .d three sons. Walter L, .lame I. and Philip L, all nf wlunti w. nt to Yale. Wnlle,r gradual Ing in IM'T, James in !!S and Philip in DIDT. Mrs. Goodwin and Ivr foils ire i.. fii.rtr...i Mr. Goodwin was tor a long time a member of the banking linn of which his cousin, .1 Plerpaiit Morgan, was the head, but retired many e.ir ngo. Ho dropped lllot nf ll!S busiue" activities n. ne yeais ago and devoted himself larnely to etiarllable enterprises, In whtcli he was greatly Interested. Mr. Goodwin wis Identified with many coriior.it mis and was a director of the New Ym'n. l.aVe lirle ami Western K.illroad, the New York. Susquehanna a id Western IC.ilii wn1. the Connectl ut Mutual Life liiminiice Company, the Connecticut Trut and Sate Deposit Company, the Ilnrtfmd Fire Insurance Company, the Cillln Cmnpvny and the Holjuke Watei I'ow i r Company He belonged to the Tuioii. c. ntury. Metropolitan, City ai'd Chuich lull" of New V..rli city und !i,e llatlf -t 1 Cluii of Ilirtfoul, Calm He whs Inteivsted In tittcL.ti ikrtr.i iii i Ioiim itnil wiik ii mem ber of the Sou-, of t-V Bevoliitloli iin'l tlie .soilet.x ot I ..' innii us. Like most of lie- relatives on his mother's side of tne lioii'e he was an Kplsiopallaii and tinny yea is ago served as a waiden ot Clival) Chur li In this city Ills New York reMde'iee wi nt 11 West Flfly-touith .treet, but lm spent most of his tithe at tils Hartford home. COMMODORE W. H. BEEHLER. Took Part In CiiIihii Cnniiialttn nnd Helped to Itnlse tin- Mnlne, Annapolis, June IS. Commodore William H. Beeliler. U S N-. retired. died bre to-day after an operation. He, was ear out. i Commodore Beehler was born In Baltimore and served In the civil war I with the Baltimore Horn- tluards. He was appointed a midshipman at the i Naval Academy on July 1S1, and served on many ships and stntlons. He participated In the Cuban cam paign In the Spanish-American war. In August, 1 !!S, Commodore Beehler was assigned to the nnval Intelligence office l,r"' ''iter was sent as naval attache to the American embassies nt lliflln and I Borne and the legation at Vienna lie j vras executive offlor of Ihe Mont gomery, which assisted In raising the I.Maine wreck In Havana harbor. The Commodore rommanded the naval sta itlon at Key West. Fla. He was retired I with the rank of Commodore on June ; 30, 1!07 Mrs, lillen 1 1 ii r it I Wiilnorlh. WapiunctoN, June 23. Mrs. lillen tl,..ll l-..lt. ...,s n..., ,.f llw. f.,tlh.l.rs of the National Society of the Daughters I of the American Devolution and widely known as a writer on historical subjects. U dead here. She was a member of many State and national historical so cieties, Mrs. Walworth was director general of the Woman's National War Belief Association during the Spanish American war She was born In Jack sonville. III., the daughter of (len John J. Hardin. I'. S. V. who was killed at Buena Vlta In U47. .lliitlier Mnr Aniler. 1 fownvT Station N J., June 21. Mother Mary Navier. Slsler Superior ot the College of St lillnbeth, died at the college early this morning She had been Sister Superior nf the College of St Bllzabeth since It was established fifty cars ago. For more than sixty-eight years the mother bad been a nun In the order of the Sisters of Charity She wns born In Ireland nearly ninety-two years ago SERVICES FOR PEARSONS. I.llslllllllll Clin reli Victims Hundred nf lllxlne I'litrrnlt) services for Dr. nnd nt Memorial Mr. Fred Stark Penron, the Lusltanla. were the Church of the Seveiitv -sixth street West, at S o'clock lifter that hour not the Denver nnd Salt w ho w ere tost on i held cstcrilny in! Divine Paternity, I and Central Park I or tlv e minutes a wheel turned on Lake llnllroad, of which Dr. Pearson was chaliman of the board of directors, or In nn of the light and power companies of which he was president. The Itev. Frank Oliver Hall, pastor of the chinch, conducted the services, and addresses Were made by Prof, William L. Hooper of Tufts, of which Dr. Pear son was an alumnus, and by Dr. lidwitt W. lllce, president of the (lenernl lilec trlc Company. A delegation was present from the American Soeiet) of Mechani cal linglnccrs, of which Dr. Pearson was a member. Policeman Webster' I'liiiernl The funeral of Policeman Bush Webster of the Thirtv-tlit pteoinct, vviio died on Sunday from Injuries re lelv'ed oil the V 111 In Ins lull g Bridge when i he was knocked from Ins blcch by an automobile, was held vcsterd.iv after 1 noon nl his home, 7!U Fist ltl5lh street, j Ho was a membei of the honor HU,nl, and the depailltietit paid all possible i honor to his memo! v i Police Commissioner Woods and Sec ond Deputy Commissioner Loiil atti tided the funeral. The polite band sounded laps In front of Ihe house ai d led the I procession. Including u platoon of men fiom Ihe Thlii.v-tlrsl precinct. Policeman Webster petfoinied heroic rescue work at the tunning of the lien cial Slocum. In New York i'o-ilnv. City Hag raising, City Hall. 12 M. Broadway Association, Mag talslng, 'lintel Miirlinuiiio. W.idlelgli High Miusii, graduating exercises, s P. M. Hunter College, commencement, lO'IKl A. M New York Society, annual dinner, Terrace Harden. 7 P M The Fiilends of Peace, mass meeting, Madlsnii Square (Inrden, 7 30 P M MetrhnntH Association, Hag presenta tion, Public School 114, at 43 Oak street, 1,30 V. M. SOUTHAMPTON TO HOLD CELEBRATION Col. Uoosevell, Eliliu Hoot, Gen. Wood and Others Listed Anion!; Sneakers. JULY 5 THE DAY CHOSEN SOUTHAMPTON', L. 1., June "J Th signing of the Declaration of Independ ence will bo celebrated in Southampton with nn old fashioned mtctlng nt th Garden Theatre or Monday. July 5, At 4 :30 P. M under the auspices of the Navy League of the fi Itcd States. Among the spcakeis will be lilihu Hoot, Col. Theodore Itoo, volt, Dr. Lyman Ab bott, Gen. Leonard W od, Admiral Wins low. Admiral W.nnwrlght uiul Henry L. St.mon, Similar meclirgs will be held at Last Hampton, lt:Verhead, Sag Har bor and Quogue The celebrations are being arrnrged b Col Itohert M. Thomp son, ami the Snirhnmpton committed consists lCIhler Sill 111. the ltev. lltorgs .1 Itussell and Ch.ille It. Pllz. The llrst meetitig of the Southampton Garden Club was held at villa Mllle 1'lorl, the summer home of Mrs. Albert II llaardman. who Is the president of the club Miss Const i ce Stlmon, daugh ter of Dr 1. A Stimson. who has a collage en Shln-eiock 1 1 Ills, is the sec retary. Being the .pe.ilni: meeting for the season ilieie was a Inrgn nttend mice. Henry I'l ws ;. ke on "Birds and Their Itela-.mi to Fl 'ivirs and Vege tation." John I) A iIim.,1. Mrs. Fred erlek A Know it it I Mi I-. Tiffany Dyer each won a ptlo fi .,ei .uieui of Ilouers and vegetables Mr and Mrs. A. L Clad. n and Miss Beatrice Clnllln me at the Irv'ng HnusA for n few weeks. Thilr collage In Shin necoek Hlll w-lll be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S (.aik of Pittsburg, who will uirlve for the season this w eek. Mr nnd Mrs Her.rv D Babcock ar rived this week lit lah;e. oinh, their cot tage on the Huiioi. The r son, Illchard Bibcock, nf the eniot diss at Ynle, will be an uher at ihe Trevor-Haven w eildlng on Satii'd.iy Mrs. James s K Lawrence and Miss Lleiiior Lnwrc e will come to South HMtptnii for a few weeks siiy at the Meid'jw Club afie- i"'ng several weeks at White Kiilnhur Spr'ngs, Mr nrd Mrs Harry Pavn Whitney have gone to Newport rot a visit with Mrs Vandeilillr at 'he Breakers. George Ii D.uImiu:.. Ilnvard, '90. has gone to Combrldgc In attend the twenty llfth atinlveis.irv dlnivr nf the class. F.iber Dowiiej and Sliiirt l.andstreet ', have gone for a ti p through tho Glacier Park and will also see the exposition at San l'rnip lco Mr and Mrs. Albert II. lily nro at tending the commencement eerclsis at Vile, where their son, Albert II. Ely, Jr., will be graduated. NEW CITY FLAG FLIES TO-DAY. Trlcolored liiiihleiii ) lie II illicit Itereiitloii for W'liltiiiiiii. Th(, r!ty., . nr.inB,. ,,r ,, ,,,. ,i i. , i, rni,..i mi i'ih H ill t as part of a celebration of the 250t anniversary of the Installation of tin first Mnyor and Board of Udrrrnen. From Cottsiil-Heneral Bal.hiiyzcti of th Netheilands Major Mltchel will accept s flag given by the cltv of Amsterdam. This afternoon there will be exenisrt in the Alderman c Chim'.er. Willi speeches b Ihe Mayor. Iteorge Me. Aneny, Francis de Neufv I'.le Sihtoeder. n descendant of the first Mivor. Thonris Wlllett : Prof. William It Shepherd of Columbia, John II l'lhle) and tlov Whitman. There will be a leccptlon for Mr. Whitman In the tlovernor's room. All the public schools will have Hag exercises. 3! A II l I KP. llANI'Oltll I.OWIillV. Ituth. ilailghlsr nf the late (Slr.ird i" W. l.owrey to Pnrmlv ll.inr.ir't. n St. (ieorge's Ceti tennlsl Chapel. In the .ity of i w York. un Weillltsll). June .'3. IIIS. DIED. AdAIt At his resilience i i New Orleans, I.a , on Weilnes.lay morning. Juno .3, Wllllim Atar. In tho eighty-fifth e.ir of his nge lt.WVUCN (leerse Weitneein , June :i, at Ht Luke's Hospital, In his sixty slvth near. Nithe of funeral hereafter. liJ(llWlN (in Wednesday. June ii, IMS, nt hl resldeiiie In Hartford. I'otin , .lames .lunl'is ipmduln, In th elchtteth yeir nf his ige. Fine nl at 3 uiin k l'rl lav afternoon at I'hrlst I'hurih llartfotd. ! Is re quested that no llowei he sent. Phila delphia papers ple,ie copi. JOIIDAN. At Itutlierford. N ,1 . on June 2S, Kdward C. .iged Ti. years, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. ullier S Jordan, Fervires nt the residence of his psr ents. 10 Mortimer nvenue. on Thurs day nfterniKin. 3 o'clock. Interment ptlvale. or.MltuP At Allentnwn. P.i . 1115, lte,.rge Urinrod. Funeral -ervU es m hl lit Juno 21, r- -i l"n e, 1S5J ll.initltnn street, un l'r In nftei noon in - o'clock, whlib.re' ' illve - an, I friends nre respe. tfully Invl'el to n' tind without furthi-r noilce in'eute t nt tlie convelllelu e of the fumy in K.llrvlew tVtneterv. HVtiElt At her home. Colon'al Park, Wm Haven, i ctiii., .line L l i' i. Muud II Henderson, wife of I'rriierlrk M Itvder, duuKhier or .Marv i: nnd the late Archibald Hemlets. n. Notice of funeral hereafter r-T. .lMi:1. l.uurn II. Servles "THK rl'S'I'HAI, Olll'ItCH." 241 West T enl -third iliank V. Campbell llulSdlng), Thiirsil.iv uiarntng 10, Allsplies Actors' Tund r-lHTIHt MAltV MAIITBA The Managers of ihe Itotn.in Catholls orphan Asvluni In tho (ily of New YotK annontice with the drepent regiet the death of Sister M iry Martha, fer tnere llniti forlv years lunnerted wph the lust It til Iciti and for thirty venrs Mljierlor of tlie llui s Vsvhnii Her do. vntloti to (be c,it und truining uf ihlhlreii began Hb hei tw lie yc.vs' serle In the nr.i. hi i i li - ! of us Cathedral parish. In In i tifty-twu le.irs of lining service ihe ' .llns wldelv knonn nnd endeat. I in vnst linitihir of ihlldrcn and Hi. 0 ft.etias, whose praveri, will ascen I -li I cr is sho noes to her rewind. Tlio itienihe-s of the Hoard er Mni.ic.'i. Kuew mil niirechited tier servhes to the orphans nnd they desire In pav this tniMite r her ui.ieisiiig lientle, pro u nl nnd efficient eire H.ttel .S' York .tune ?3 in . .M.-lll'll I' MlllVM'V il I . i lent THASi'lS ii'MHI.I,. As1ihii' s'ecretnrv THOU llltllnii: Ad. line i,r 'f f the lal" A'v.lll Tr.ni In! tBe. duns "J, :ii her home In Ut k ns u k. N J N'.itl. of ftniernl later WHIST .lone if er n short lllneas, r-ineull I W Isse M II . nge.t T.t I'ti'ii t il servhet Thursdiv ni.rning 11 o i he Ii i 'r M irh - ' iuir.li Seenna . .ii i T fh - lnleriuent priv lie UMIKUT KKRH,