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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915.
BANKERS' CLUB IN A $760,000 HOME InrprcHt Luncheon Organ l.a lion in the World Opens Its Hoofs To-dny. BILLIONS REPRESENTED The Hankers Club o( America, the tnrgrst luncheon club ever attempted, formally opens Ha doors to Its members to-ilny, The rlul) occupies the entire thirty-eighth, thirty-ninth and fortieth floor In the new Kqultnble llulldlng. The. floor space rented by the club I ever 100,000 square feet, or the equiva lent nf n 400 room hotol. The coit of the furnishing anil equipment of the elub I In excers nf 7r0,000. As a luncheon club It meuns Its hotira cf rent and only fourteen bourn of busl nui n week, and yet tho charges are no heavier than those of many of th other mailer clubs of the financial district, the backers of tho Idea relying on the large membership of tho Institution to enable It to meet all charges. Annual dues are $100 a year, with an Initiation fee of the same amount. Tho club ca pacity for serving meats Is 1,200 at a la carte service In one and one-half hours a day. The officers are: President, A. Bar ton Hepburn : vice-presidents, lien. T. Coleman du Pont and Oeorge T. Wilson : treasurer, Charles II. Babln, und secre tary. Franklin 11. Plummer. Tho gov ernors are: Jsmes 8. Alexander, president National Bank of Commerce; I.sroy V. Ilalitwln, resident Empire Trust Compsnv; Lewis L. Clarke, president Amerlcnn tisrhani National Hank; Thomas Cochran, president Liberty National Hank; T. l)e Witt Curler, counsellor nt law W A. Day. president Equitable Life Assurance Society: T. Cols man du Pont, president lu font d Ne mours Fowder Company; Burnuil W. Kmlr. child, president union Ieacue Club; Thomas A. OfUerple, T. A. Gillespie Com- fany: A. llarton Hepburn, chairman oard of directors Chase National Usnk) A. J. Hemphill, chairman board of direc tors Ouarantr Trust Company; Hradlsb Johnson, president and director Batata ot Tlradlah Johnson; Clarence II. Reiser, president Title Uaarante and Trust Com- 8 any; F. W. Lafrents. prssldsnt American urslr Company; Arthur H. Leach. A. 8. Leteh A Co.; Allan MoCulloh, counsellor at law: Oates W. McOarrah. president Mechanics and Metalt National Hank; J, B. Martlndale. president Chemical Ka on al liank; Charles D. Norton, vlce-preil-snt First National Bank; Morgan J. g'Brlen. counsellor at law; Eugenlus II. utsrbrldge. chairman executive committee Chamber of Commerce; Franklin A. Plum mer. W. C. Sheldon A Co.; Charles II. Pablo, president Uuarantr Trust Company; II. A. C. 8mlth, Dock Commissioner; alen tine P. Snyder, director National Hank of Commerce, Oscar S. Htraus. former Am bassador to Turkey; Thomas Thachsr, counsellor at law: Eben II. Thomas, presi dent Lehigh Valley Rsllroad Company; Georce C. van Tuyl, Jr., president Metro politan Trust Company; Albert II. Wlssln. president Chsse National Hank; Prank 3. Wltherbee, Wltherbc. Sherman A Co.; Oeorse T. Wilson, second vice-president Kqultable Life Assurance Society of United States. The top floor of the club Is given over to ladles" rooms, which are done In Colpnlal style. Provision Is made on the roof of tho Equitable Hulldlna; for a roof garden and It Is planned to serve luncheons there. On the thirty-ninth floor provision Is made for a largo banquet hall which If necessary will Include n large part of ths entire spare on that floor. The em tire floor space by means of folding doors can be divided up Into private din ing roonia of nny size desired. The architectural work was super vised by K. H. Graham of Chicago and the decoration by Henry J. Davison Charles Simonl, for ten years superin tendent of the Metropolitan Club, will act In a similar rapacity for the bankers' organisation. MRS. DEAN SAGE. atotkrr of State Senator Was a Prominent Charity Worker, Albany, June 30. Mrs. Dean Saga la dead at her home at Menands after an Illness of a week. For several years she had been prominent In charitable and church affairs. Mrs. Bage was Sarah Manning, a daughter of Richard Manning, whoae home was originally In Ipswich, Mass., but who later lived in Brooklyn. Bhe Is survived by two sons and three daughters, Mrs. James Fenlmore Cooper ot Albany, State Senator Henry Man ning Bage of Menands, Mrs. Edwin Oiaf Holler of New York, Dean Saga ot New York and Bernardsvllle, N. J and Mrs. Walter L. Goodwin of Hartford, Coon. A brother, Henry Manning of New York, also survives. HASKY 7. HETHERINGTON. Mataafsias; Editor ot Detroit "Joar ami" Dlca After I.ttaar Illness, D st bo it, June 10, After an Illness of Mvrl weeks In & hospital here, Harry P. Hetherlngton, t( years old, managing ftttor of the Detroit Journal and a well known newspaper man, rtkd to-day. Mr, Hetherlngton la survived by a Wife, one daughter and three eons. Mrs. Ellsa Miner Lawrence. Mrs. Ellsa Miner Lawrence, wife of Abraham Illker Lawrence, formerly a Justice of the Supreme Court and Demo cratic candidate for Mayor In 1872, died of heart disease yesterday at her home, (9 Washington place. Mrs. Lawrence was a descendant of Thomas Miner, one of the first settlers In Now London, Conn. Her fnther was Dr. William Miner, a physician of this city. Abraham R. Lawrence was a Justice of the Supreme Court from 1873 to 1901. Ills father, John L. Lawrence, was at one time Comptroller of this city and treasurer of Columbia College. Mrs. Lawrence Is survived by her husband, one daughter. Miss Itutl) Lawrence, and one son, William Miner Lawrence. John J. Drift. John J. Brltt, for forty years an em ployee at the New York Post Office, died yesterday, his sixty-ninth birthday, at his home, 153 East Fifty-seventh street, after n short Illness. Mr. Brltt servsd through the civil war and Immediately afterward heenme connected with the post office, retiring two yenrs ago. He prided himself on not having been absent a day during his forty years service. He was a member of lleno Post, O. A. It. He Is survived by a widow, Mrs. Ellen Brltt, and a son, Louis A. Ilrltt, a law yer at 271 Broadway. Another son, J Gabriel Brltt, president of the city board of elections, died last November. Judare Alranndrr B. Banner, Wakhin.iton, June 30. Alexander B. Haimor. Associate Justice of the Su preme Couit of the, District of Columbia troni ls7 to ISUf, and since then re tired, dk-d In tils homo here to-day, aged 8S years. The family Is one of the beat known In Washington und tho late Judge was regarded us one of the ablest lawyers who ever sat on any bench. Ills granddaughter, Isabel Hagner, acted us social secretary for the wives of sev eral Presidents. Thnnina Bullllt Harrison, Bai.timokb, June 30. Thomas Bullitt Hamsun rllt-il to-day nt the Johns Hon bins Houplt.il following an operation for tumor on the bruin performed on May zt, Mr. iiarrison was the senior mem ber of the Thomis H. Hirrtson Company, siorii nroKP-s lie was u years 01(1. 39 GIRLS GRADUATED AT ALTMAN SCHOOL Tribute Paid to Educational Institution in Store by Thomas W. Churchill. Thirty-nine girls In the continuation school of B. Altman A Co., a school conducted with the cooperation of the Department of Education to enable girls In the store to finish their work In the lower grades.' were graduated jester- H V With V. MimnUIInn tf V, i flrat year of the work the experiment was I declared to be a success, and Michael I Frledsam, president of the company, said he expected the store to reap profit from It Thomas W. Churchill, president of the Board of Education, and Dr. John Haaren, assistant superintendent ot schools, were present and spoke their admiration of the plan. "This Is not being done as phllan throphy. It Is being done, because It pays," aald Dr. Haaren. "It is going to put the Board of Education Into busi ness and put business' Into the Board ot Education." Mr. Churchill also paid a tribute to the cooperation of the company with the department and sold the exercises were the most unique demonstration he haa ever -witnessed, and that It was an Im portant day for the educational world. He also praised the late Benjamin Alt- man for his broadmlndednesa which made the store school possible, for his gifts to the city, and aald that If he could find the school from which Mr. Altman was graduated In New York he would take steps to have It named the Benjamin Altman School. Mr. Frledsam In his address to the students sold: "In the fall we Intend to add classes for boys and girls. We want you to keep on at It. Don't say you have had enough. None of ua really has enough education, and we want you to get all you can out of the school." The pupils devote an hour each day to study, the time being taken from their work In the morning. The teachers, Mrs. Francis Daly and Mrs. Anna 1. David son, are supplied by the Board of Educa tion, under the supervision of Mrs. Anna 11. Wilcox. The salutatory was by Dorothy Leon and Estelle Martin gave the valedictory. Both are honor stu dents. AHHEBST GIVES DEGREES. Secretary Lnnslnsj Anions Those Honored by Collritr, Amherst, Mass., June 30. At the ninety-fourth commencement exercises at Amherst College to-dny degrees in course were conferred on a class of eighty-five, of whom fifty-seven wer made Dacneiors or arts anu iwenty- elght bachelors of science. Six honorary degrees were oonrerreu as follows: L.L. !., Benjamin Emer son, class of 186S, for fnrty-flvo year J teacher of geology In Amherst College ; Hobert Lansing Secretary of State : Sir Herbert II. Ames, class of 188S, member of tho Canadian Parliament ; William II. 1. Faunee. president of Brown univer sity. D. I)., William D. 1'. Bliss, class of 187K, author of works on socialism and editor of the Encyclopedia of So cial Ileform. L.JI. I)., Alfred E. Stearns. principal' of I'hllllpa Andover. At the meeting of the I'll I Beta Knppi society one new member was elected on the basis nf his college work, William H, Mandrey of Mount Vernon, N. Y. Dwlght A. Morrow, '05, was toast master nt the alumni dinner and Presi dent Melklejohn and (lov. Whitman, '90, wero tho principal spenkers. Lain (1 laser Settles Suit. PiTTBBUno, June 30. The famous matrimonial tangle In which Martha Itlchards, oburch soloket, Tom Bloh arils, her ruuor husband, and Lulu O laser, the comic opera star, have twen enmeshed since 1912, has been satin factorily cleared up In court hero with a settlement of the 150,000 alienation suit filed agelneit Miss tlloeer by Mm. Richards. The terms of awttlement are not made public The iron ball. CITY OFFICIALS GIVE DINNER FOR M'ANENY Affair at Biltmorc Hotel a Tribute to Ills Work as Acting Mayor. Oeorge McAncny, President of the Hoard of Alderm?n, was guest of honor at n dinner given by Mayor Mltchel and several members of hl cabinet at the lllltmore Inst night. It was a small pjrty and was In the nature of a Bur prise to Mr. McAneny as a tribute to his work ns acting Mayor during Mnyor Mltchel's absence on his recent visit to California, Borne of those present were It. A. C. Smith. Frank L. Polk, Hobert Adamson, Henry Uruere, Theodore Housscnu and Uertram de N. Cruger. Harvey S. Denlson, who for years has been In charge of the olllco nt the Waldorf-Astoria, retired from business last night. Employees of the hotel pre sented a gold mounted umbrella and walking stick to him. Mr. Denlson plans to go with his wlfo to New Hampshire for a few weeks, and then to the Panama-Pacific Exposition. J. S. HAWLEY LEFT $1,000,000. Manhattan nenl Estate Holdings Valued nt nfMJ,lia. John Savage Hawley, member of the candy manufacturing firm of Hawley & Hoops, who moved to Han Diego, Cal., several years ago and died there on De cember 29, 1913, left an estate of more than 11,000,000. As Mr. Hawley waa a resident of San Diego at the time of his death the only property appraised here consisted of Manhattan realty. Transfer Tax Appraiser John J. Lyons yesterday fixed the vnlua of this realty at IC90J13. Tho most valuable parrels were the following: 557 Broadway, 1222.000; 90 Prince street. 103,00, and three-fifths Interest in 2S5 and 291 La fayette street, 1121,500. At tho ttmo of his death Mr. Hawley owned many se curities In New York, not taxable here, among which were 140,000 United States Steel bonds, $50,000 Lake Shore bondB, 600 shares United States Hteel, 625 shares Wells Fargo und 201 shares Western Union. Mr. Hawley loft 1100,000 to the, Charl ton Industrial I "arm School, which he founded for boys on the silo of his old home In Charlton. N. Y and gavo $10, 000 to the Chlldrcn'H Aid Society. The bulk of tho estate was divided among the widow, Mrs. Marguretha V. Hawley: a daughter, Adelaide H. Olgnoux of Berkeley, Cal., and two sons, John Savage llawloy of San Diego nnd Dr. H, Heed Hawley of Staatsliurg, N, Y, WILLS AND APPRAISALS. Emma Calman, who died June 25ast at Sea Cliff, L. 1., lift nn estate of more than $100,000. She gave $2,500 to Mount Sinai Hospital, $1,000 to Monte floro Home, $750 to the Children's Aid Society and $500 to the United Hebrew Charities. She divided her residuary estate among five children, .losnwiiNi; Fhkeman, who died nt 23H East Eighty-first street, left her entire estate to her attorney, I, (J. Frauenthu', for hit kindness In caring for her af fairs nnd cut off her husband because of cruel treitinent. She asserted shi didn't want her husband to nttend hef funeral or see her after death, Isaac Fhank, a retail butcher, nt 8t7 Ninth avenue, who died November 21 last, left nn estate of $113,006, of which two-thlrdB went to his wife and daugh ter nnd the itmnliulnr was left to four brothers nnd a sifter, Fanny B. Hinman, who died October 31, 1912, left $34,072 to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She Inherited $30,000 of her estnte from her husband, William K. Illnman. Marks' Oltlee Puree Celebrates. The employees of Ilorough President Marks's nfflco held a midsummer night's festival at the Manhattan Casino Inst night. There were several contests for which many prises were donated. Mr. Marks delivered an address and pre sented the prizes. MRS. OELRICHS TO GIVE LARGE FASHION SHOW Newport Affair Will lie Part of the Secours National Day Benefit. Nr.wroRT. June 30. Some entertain ments which were ben arranged ns a party of the Seccours National day heire on July 21 are being nband'oned so that there will bo no conflict with Fa-ihlon's Pans'.ng Show, the big affair which Mrs. Hermann Oclrlolis will give at Hoso Cliff on thut day oh a part of the benefit. The uatronemen Include all of the lead ing women of the summer colony. Ituphl piogn'ns Is being mado with the plana for the lawn feto at Itostyn, the homo of Mrs. William Orosvonor, on July 15 as a benefit for St. Mary's orphanage of Provld-nce. MJsh Anna Sands arrived here to-day and ehe luis as her guest Mrs. C, Oliver Isolln over tho Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones are back from Now York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. C. Tnylor have gone to New York for the funowl of Judge Gray, whown body was taken from hero to-day. Tho Hew and Mrs. Georgo Orvnvllle Merrill are the guosta of Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, having arrived to-day, us did Mr. nnd Mrs. I Oliver Perrin, who name from Now iork by motor. Mls Fanny L. Johnson gave a ten nt her summer home to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Astor wore here to-day on thulr yacht to Inspect Beeohwood, whlah Is lie-1 Ing Improved for their occupancy n little later. Marble House having been opened. Mrs. O. 11. P. Belmont Is expeoted here to-morrow. EVA TANGUAY FIGHTS MOVIES. Secures Injunction to Suppress Old Films ot Herself. The resurrection of a moving picture film of Eva Tanguay made feven years ago when tho art was In Its infamry has cnused her to apply In the Supreme j Luim tor an iiijuiioiiwu rtvnr.uiuiiK juiui W. Huaney and Joseph F Loo of 1400 Broadway from putting tho ancient film on thu market. Suprmo Court Justk-e Shearn ha granted a temMmry In junction nnd an application to continue It pending the suit will bo made to-day, Mlas Tanguay Buys In 1U0S she con tracted with tho Cameniphono Comimny to nppoar In n film nnd phonographic productlm In which both her dancing and her hinging wero to bo reproduced. Tho contract was for one year ami she got $2,500 for polng nnd singing. Tlie fllmn were not a succees and the Camera phono company failed, but MLs Tungtiay learned recently that tho dofrnidsjitx luid obtained the films and wore trying to nell them. DINNER DANCE AT GREENWICH. Col. Hobert n. linker mid 11. Clnr enee Jones Kiiterliiln, A dinner dance was given last evening nt the Greenwich Country Club, Green wich. Conn., by Col; Hobert H. llal.cr nnd 13. Clarence Jones. There were 200 guests for thu dinner, which was served on tho vcrmnliiH of the club. There were decorations nil about of crimson roses nnd this schrnie was carried out In the decorations of the table, The bnllinom vraa hung with picked geranluma and Southern nmllax. Naliun Franko's or chestra played during the dinner and Inter for tho dance. Among the guoxts were Mr. and Mrs, Kdnitind ('. Converse, Mr. anil Mrs. Mownrd P Henshaw, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will turn Zlegler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. K. Stan wood Menken, Mr. und Mrs. C, ll. (.'lose, Jfr. und Mrs James Vail Converse. Mr. und Mrs. Angler II. Duke, Mr. nnd Mrs, Grlswold A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs K, Dliuou Bird, Mr, and Mrs, Hobert Wood Johnson, Mr. und Mrs, IMward L. HohkI ter, Mrs. II, J. Kochcrsperger, the Duchess do Chuulnes, Mls.t Marguerite Shonts, tho Misses Florence Gilbert, Helen Holhrook. Mary Green, Charlotte Gufton, Huth Wells, Annette Kocher sperger and Joan Mlrhler, Jule J. Vnt able, Harold P, Illandy, Brinton Buck waiter, John McK, Bowman, Frederick H, Fleltmann, Hosslter Worthlngton, Hunter White und Charles S. Thorpe, MISS TILLOTSON IS SUMMER DAY BRIDE Writer Harried to Bernard Sunders Van Hcnssclaer ot St. Bartholomew's. GIVEN AWAY BY M0T1IKR Deputy Assistant District Attorney Bernard Sanders Van llcnseelner was married yesterday afternoon nt 12 130 o'clock to Miss Hose Caroline Tlllotson, editor of the woman's page of the five-1 ntng TrUgrnm. The wedding took place In St. Bartholomew's chapjl. j Tho bride was given away by her ( mother, Mrs. James Knox Tlllotson. The . brldo had no attendants. Sho wore n white tulle? dreis with a white satin belt and n tulle veil. A wreath of orango blossoms was about her forehead and shti carried n bouquet of white roses. The chapel wai nlso decorated with roses, selected lcauo of the bride's first namo. Tho ushers wero Alexander T. M. Van lUnwielucr, Itobirt (Jgilcu Dubois Btfl Henry I.. Cammann. Among tliosn uho attended were Mr. and Mrs. Muutntll Van ltelis seiner, tho brldeKrouin's parents; the Ml.wes Maude anil ICHIaeti Vim Ileus svlaer, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Tay lor Mason, tli MtKues Minnie und Anita MiUion, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel ) Held, Mr. and Mrs Henry Topping. Mr. and Mrs. llenjuniln A. Dttkc, Frank Mun sey, Hubert Ilobart Davis, .Mr and Mr.. Thomas liloodgood Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend MorKan. Mr and Mrs. IOiiln Kaufman, Mr. ltalph Tlioma, C.forsn Urokaw, Neville HlKh.in, John Inman, Alfred Dliterlrh, Mr. und Mrs. James Sliewan, Jr. and Kdwiti Sh.-w.in Others preient wero William Hhlne Innder Stewart, Jr., Mr, and Mih Angler II. Duku, Mr and Mrx. OrorKH von I,. Meyer, MIm Qtieen.i Tlllotson, Uirlllard Tlllotson. Arthur Tlllotson. Victor Tlllot sin and Miss Mildred llarbtx'k. HARRINGTON REYBURN. Went Point Instructor Weils l.ltte Mayor Hepburn's lluiiuliter. New loNtxiN, June 30 Miss i:i,..mor Crozler Iteyliutn became the brldo of Capt Frauds Clark Harrington, l'. S. A , In Pequot Colony Chnpel here to day. The bride Is n danehter of Mrs. John 1? Heylmrti nnd the lat Maor of Philadelphia and niece of Gen. ill Ism A. Crozler, chief of ordnance of the United States sriny. ('apt Harrington is Instructor In mathematics at West Point utiil was n military attache at the White House In the rloslng days of Pres ident Taft'x adinlnlHtlatlon. The ceremony wr ptrforrm-d by the Rev. Holand Cotton Smith of St. John's Church. Washington, assisted by the Hev. Philip M. Kerrldge of St, James's Church, this city. Tho ma trim of honor was Mrs. William S. Heyburn of Wash ington, sister-in-law of the bride. Tho bridesmaids were ; The Misses Victoria Haker of lirlstol, Va. ; Adelaide lleth. Caroline Ogden Jones, Katherlne Mc. Cllntock, Kleanor Morgan, Julia Whiting and Hebekah Wllner, all of Wushlngtun. Lieut. Wentworth O. Hoss, U. 8. A., was best man and the ushers were Capt. James Alexander, Capt. James L. Walsh, Llvut. Haymond Walsh, Lieut. Philip Matthews, -Lieut. Edwin fit. J. Grable. Jr., Lieut. Frederick K. Uhl and Lieut. S. Ilradford. They and other military guest were In full dress uniform. MULLALLY DUNLAP. Prlliam Mas Marries Social Work er In Philadelphia. Pilll.AtiEU'iliA, June 30. William T. Mullally of pelliam. N. Y and Miss Marjorie Dunlap. a social worker of this city wero married here to-day In St. Peter's Protestant Hplscopal Church. The Hev. Henry Dutcher Vlets, rector of tho church, performed the ceremony. Miss Dunlap was connected for sev eral years with the College Settlement here prior to going to New Haven, where she continued In uplift work. Woodford II vans. Miss Lillian May Kvans of London, daughter of tho late Mr. nnd Mrs. Will iam S. IJvnns, was married to Clair Ilyrum Woodford, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jamei II. Woodford of Hud son. Ind., In St. Thomas's Church yes terday afternoon, Tho ceremony was performed by the Rt. Hev, Arthur Bel den Lloyd, president of the Hoard of Missions. The bride, who was given nway by John Wilson Wood, n friend of her family, woro a gown of white charmcuse and tulle and n long veil of tulle. She carried n bouquet of lilies of the valley and white orehtds. Miss Jean Underbill nnd Miss Amy O'Grady of this city wero the only bridal attendants. They wore gowns of white chiffon and pale pink transparent hats. They carried bounuets of pink roses. Tho Hev. Clyde Dole of Pleasant Lake, Ind., was tho best man nnd tho ushers were Kenneth A. Angus of To ronto and Kverett Hamilton of this city. Immediately after the wedding thcro was a reception nt the Waldorf-Astoria. Mr. Woodford and his brldo left Iator for an extended Western trip. They will live In Corea, where the bridegroom has been engaged In mining for the last twelve years. Shepherd II leper. Miss Grace Julia Hleper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hleper. was married to William Hussell Shepherd, son of Dr. nnd Mrs. John C. Shepherd of this city, Hut evening in Glare Lutheran Church by the Hev. Dr. John We) I. Tho bridal attendants wero tho Misses 1-Mnn D, Ke.ane. Udllh Pflrrn aim. Lillian F. Hleper, Charlotte Hleper and Alvn Shep herd. Henry P. Hleper was the beat man and the tiBhers were Henry H. Ahrens, Lincoln D. Wnyte, Charles II. Witter nnd Georgo W. Spera. A dlntior nnd reception followed nt tho Hotel Mar seilles. Vnnuhmi MrGolilrlck. The marriage of Miss Irene McGold rick, daughter of Mrs. l.awrencu Mi Goldrlek of 95 Clinton avenue, Hrooklyn, to Henry Vatighnn, son of Mr. ami Mrs. John C Vnughan of 429 Qulncy street, took plnoe yesterday morning In the Church of the Sacred Heart. Mgr. IM ward J. McGolilrlck, an undo of the bride, performed tho ceremony, assisted by Mgr. James J. Coan. Miss Mario McGolilrlck, n cousin of the bride, and MIhs Frances Vnughan, a sister of tho bridegroom, were the bride's uttendanw and George W llrunuan wns the best man. Tho bride was given away by her bt other, Dr. Thomas A. McGold rick. After the wedding thcro was a recep tion and breakfast at tho bride's home. l.evt la -Mo lleriuotl. Miss Mary McDermott, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnalos MeDermott, and John M. Lewis, chief clerk In the pay master's offlre, Manhattan borough, were married nt St. Stephen's Chureh yesterday by the Hlght Knverend Bishop Cusaek. Miss Winifred McDermott, a sister of the bride, was the maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss May Magulre and Miss Annie Carr. Haymond J, White was the best man and the ushers -were Hubert Hrodcrlck, Hugh Courtney, John Benge, Joseph SUFFRAGEEVENTSTO-DAY WOMAN 8UFFHAOB PAltTY. J!30 I'. M. Thirty-second Assembly district. Manhattan, lawn party at the home of .Mrs. Uabrlel Ulsudenln, t rec tory of Ht. Peter's Church. Westchester. !30 P. M. Twenty-seventh AssemblV district of the party and Seventeenth Henntorlnl district of the Womea's Political Union lll have a meeting it llroailway nnd Forty-fifth sliest. Wa.tKN'fl 1'OtLITlCAI. UNION, It Noon Seventeenth Senatorial dis trict, outiloor meetlnc at Park avenue and Thirty-fourth street, 1J Noon, 1 1. M. sml J p. M. Meet ings t ttovlng Shop "Winner," Msdl so avenue anil Twenty-third street. 8 I', M. SlKteenth SenstorUI dltrlct, meetlnc at Third avenut and Sixty eighth street, KINtIS COUNTY WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. :S0 P. M. Mies flarsh etephenson. Mlsi Anastls Knight and Mrs. Mar Lilly will speak st the strawberry festi val held by the ft. Ann's Hactlst Mission (colored), Atlantic avenue near ilranil avenue, Sharkey, John McDermott, Peter Mc Drrmott, Frank, MoOoldrlck and John Nicholson. A luncheon wa. given at tho Hotel McAlpln. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will make a honeymoon trip to the Patinmit-Paclfln Exposition. Ilond llnvrlnnd. Nouwioit, Conn., June 30. Henry H, Uond, .lr an Alderman of New london, and Mrs. Harriet Learned Huwland of this city, were married In the latter's home to-dny. Mrs. llowlnnd formerly llxed In Washington. Tho bridegroom Is treasurer of the New lAindon Ship ninl l.'imlne Company. Three hundred guests were present. Including ex-Gov. Illlns of Hhode Island and Commodore und Mrs. Morion F. Plant of New 1-omlmi. Members of the Hactlet and Tennis Club of New York, of which the bridegroom Is a member, came to Norwich by special train niii presented the couple with a sliver lovlnx cup. It ey nolda llanadon. Miss Diana Hunadon, daughter of Mrs. William J. Munition, was married to David It. HeynotdH last evening In Ht, Bartholomew's Church by the Hev. Dr. Lelghton Parks. Only relatives wero present. Miss Klslo lltlnsdon was her sister's only attendant and Dr. Harry n. Reynolds was his brother's bewt man. J. L Hoy Williams und Frederick W. Joy wero the ushers. TAKE OVER PERSIAN GARDEN. Theodore Knsloff and Mme, Hal- dlnn lo Open Daiiclnai School. Theodore Kosloff and Mme. Maria Baldlna, his wife, are to take over the Persian Garden, formerly run by Joan Sawyer, and operate It as a dancing school. Mr and Mrs. Kosloff are now at the Winter Garden as head of fh corps de ballot of "The Passing Show of 1915." Both were taught dancing In the bal let school attached to tile Imperial Theatre In Moscow and cams to thlr country four years ugo. The school will open early In tbe autumn. THE DUMBAS TO GIVE DINNER. Ambassador Plays Golf With Prlnre llohenlohe at l.enot. I.KNox. June 30. Ambassador and Mme. Dumba have Issued Invitations for dinner at the Poplars to-morrow. It will be their first formal entertainment since the Auslro-llungarion Umbnmy was settled In Lenox. Dr. Dumba played on the 1tox golf course to-day with Prince llohenlohe. I Mrs. Ivdwaid Spencer, who has re vived tandem driving, was In the vil- lage to-lay driving a team of bays. .Mr. and Mrs. F. Sklddy von Stade, who are! at Mepal Farm, New Marlboro, motored over the Mohawk trail to-day, Mr. and Mrs. George F Crane hnve ns their gneet nt Bucksteep Manor In Washing ton Mrs. Crane's slater, Mrs. Charlee Iewl, leside Miss AdelnJdo Lewis and William Iwls of Bennington, N. J. Miss Katharine Crone la visiting In Green wich, Conn. SOUSA TO BE AT HIPPODROME. Iliind of ir. Pieces Will Take Place of Orchestra, The first Intimation of the details of thu new policy of tho Hippodrome, un der the direction of Charles B. Dilling ham, camo yesterday with the an nouncement of tho engagement of John Philip Sousa to bo musical director of tho big playhouse. Housa's entire band of sixty-five men will take the place of the regular orchestra. The date for the opening of the Hip podrome w.ih set for early in September. Stars, principals, chorus and a ballet of BOO are being engaged. It. H .Bumslde, Mr. Dillingham's general singe director, will have charge, and rehearsals for tho first spectacle, "All America," will start a week from Monday. Tho band will give half hour concerts every afternoon and evening, Sunday evening concerts also will be given with the assistance of grnnd opera stars as soloists. Sousa, beHldes writing a. march to signalize, tho opening of the Hippo drome, will contribute other composi tions of his own. Plays nnd Players. Amelia Illnghnm, Orvllle Harrold, Emma Carus and Walter C. Kelly will be the headliners at the Palace Theatro next week. Thomas A. Wise has retired from the cast of "Hands Up," the new Shubert revue, with Halph Herx, nnd will re main under the management of A. II. Woods, going on tour with "The Song of Songs" company next year In his original role. Tho New Brighton Theatre will cele brate the weak of July 4 with Cecil Lean, Cleo Mnyfleld, John Hyams nnd Leila Mclntyre, Sam and Kitty Morton and George. Howell as tho principal holi day features. Glen Island, renovated and made "bet ter than ever" will open under new management to-dny, when steamboats will begin making regular trips to the Island from 131st street nnd Hudson Hlver. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Dleterlch, who will pass the summer at their country plnco In Mlllbrook, N Y are at thu lllltmore for n brlof visit. Mr and Mrs. Klbert II. Gary left yesterday for California. Later they will go to Honolulu, and they will re turn to New York In October. Mr und Mrs. George Austin Morri son, Jr., left for Cold Springs on the Hudson, where they will he the guests of Dr and Mrs. Clarence Gordon Camp bell until after July 4. Mrs. Lee Delaflefd and her mother, Mrs. Charles IS. Bunds, who have been at Tuxedo Blnce tho early part of Juno, nro at tho Gotham. loiter they will go to Southampton, L. I,, for the season, Miss Jullanna Cutting, who Is In Southampton, L. I., for tho summer, has nrranged five Informal dances, which will be held in the pavlltlon of the Suffolk Hunt Club on Friday evening, beginning to-morrow, Mr, and Mrs. William L. Waters of Milwaukee, Wis., who have been at the Blltmore, have gone to the Oedney Farm Hotel In White Plaint, N. Y. BIG THRONG LOOKS ON AS MISS CLARK IS MARRIED i v msM. . Si IS M k-v Mrs. James Civu Thousand in A(fniliinc( at tho Spcnkor's Home In Rowling (Jmpii, Mo. Bowmnh Gnrnsr, Mo., June 30. Five thousand persons, many of whom had held their places for hours, witnessed the marriage of Miss Genevieve Clsrk and James Mellhcnny Thomson this af ternoon on the lawn of Honey Shuck, the home of Speaker Champ Clark. Beforo an sltar In a Gothic temple reproduction, built unJer a huge honey locust tree, the ceremony took place. The bride In her conventional neddlug dress, the long train held by her old black "mummy," was surrounded by her ninlds In Wuttcau gowns of delicate hues. The crowd filled every avalluhje space on the lawn und overflowed Into the street, ynd during the ceremony an orchestra concealed In n huge cluster of flowering holtyloeks played "Ihen grln" wedding music and "Sweet Gen evieve," both Mrs. Clark and her daugh ter being named Genevieve. The wedding gown was of heavy Ivory satin, with tull" draperies, and wa. trimmed with orange bloswint. The sleee.i were of tulle. The veil of tulle was ciught ulth orange blosom. Tim wide, circular skirt was edged with hands of tulle, as was the heavy court train. After the ceremony Mrs. Clark klsted the bilde. Shn was followed by the Weaker, then the bridesmaids, grooms nun und many of the women guests. Those who did not kiss the bride shook hands with her and the bridal couple weto detained nearly an hour on the lawn receiving congratulations. Then a wedding supper wu served tt the guests at a huge table In the dtnin? room and at tables placed on the long verandas about the house and on the lawn. Most of the actual work was done by scores of housewives of Howling Green and Pike county. Fried chicken, salaiVt, cake nnd Ices were served. Hun dreds of cakes were baked by house wives In Howling Green and throughout the county and sent to the Clark home Later Bpeclat trains departed with guests nnd by the time darkness had fallen the town was almost normal again after passing through the most Impor tant day In Its history. Hundreds of automobiles were parked In the road In front of the Cktrk home and in an open field across the road. About noon the sky became overcast and It was feared rain would spoil the plans for the ceremony. In case of rain It was planned to have the ceremony In the Presbterian Church, the largest hulld Ing In town, but Inadequate to hold all the guests. A double row of white pillars, twined with flowers and greens, led from one end of tho rose embowered veranda to the classic looking structure where the altar hod been placed. Mr Thomson, attended by Paul Thomson, his brother, ns best man, und the minister, the Hev, Hobert Sherman linyd of Kentucky, ap peared before the altar as the concealed orclustrn began to play. The eight ushers marched to the altar, followed by the bridesmaids, who woro Wutteau gowns, In lavender, pale green, pink and cream. These were Misses Susan1 and Ann Bennett of Kunsas City. Helen Huberts of Columbia, Mo., the fiancee of Dennett Clark ; Gretchen Hlgelow of Virginia, Dorothy and Imogene Thorn sou, sisters of the bridegroom ; Agnes Wilson of Washington, daughter of the Secretary of Uibor, and Murray San derson of Kansas City, The maid ut honor, Mias Jean HcJberts of Alexandria, Va., a schoolmate of the bride, wearing palo pink tulle over satin, camo alone, preceding tho brldo, who was escorted by her father At the altar the usher and maids sep arated and formed a letter V, tho altar belli; In the open end The Speaker give his daughter irway und the Kplaco pal marriage service im s.ild. The bridal pair departed to-night for North ern rcwrts and will b at their home In New Orleans In about a month, Among the hundreds of presents be sides tho diamond necklace from the members of Congress and the silver compotes from President Wilson wero n chest nf table linen and tnuels from Col. and Mrs. George Harvey, sliver pitcher from Ool. Henry Wattersun, chest of silver from citizens nf Louisi ana, Mo.; silver lno service from stuff of New Orleans Hem, travelling case from Washington newspaper men and a silver Mower basket from the Missouri Congress delegation. HAZEN HOOVER. Nevr York Mail Takes an I'vnns ton, III., Ilrlde. Chicago, June 30. Miss Ansa Bwlng Hoover, daughter cf Mr. and MrV George Percy Howver of F.vnuaton, was married to-dny to Gardner Hazen of New York In St, Luke's Episcopal Church, Kvans ton, by the Hev Georgo CraJg Stewart. Miss P.ltzabeth Hoover, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and the brides maids included Miss Dorothy Uazen and Miss Anna Ilszcn nf New York, sisters of the bridegroom, and Miss Mary Phil- Copi-rlRht ! Intrntlonil Newsservice. M. Thomson. Copyright by Hum James M. Thomson. ilp of Qnleahurg. 111., a cousin of ths bride. Snltus Gardner of Hrooklyn, a cousin of thu bridero. m, served as best man, Alicia Barber and Henry Barber were the pHg. and tho ushers wero Kiln In Hoover. Sttnley Minor. Court Freemnn nnd Donald Stanton. White Smith. Miss Kdythe F. Smith, daughter of Georgo A. Smith, was married to Dex ter White of this city at the Hotel Sa voy last evening by the Hev. Kmmet Hogers of St. Columba's. Only relatives and u few friends were present. Tho bride, who wore a travelling costumo of white tulle over satin and n white lace hat, find Miss Kmlly A Smith of Hrooklyn, ho was a classmate at Mount St Vincent Academy, as her only at tendant. Ifownrd Goodwin Smith, a brother of the bride, was the'best man. The ushers wero lludd Smith and Her bert Hergamlnl. Mr and Mrs. Whit will make an automobile trip to Maine and aftcrwnrd will live In this city. WEI). BRITT On June SO, 1916, st his resilience, John J. Ilrltt, boloveil hus band ut Hllen A llrllt und father ( T. Louis A Ilrltt and of the iA John Uabrlel Ilrltt Funersl from his 1st- reslrtnre, ItJ R3t Fifty-seventh streM. on Saturday, Ju'v I, at s:IO A. M , thence to thr I'lmp U of St. John the Evangelist, Klfty nri'i street and First avenue, uhere a tot emn msss of requlm will b nrtesed for the repoii of his oul. Member of Iteno Poet, No 41, (1. A. It. CAKNOCHAN ehulilenly. at Nyaek, N V, on Wednesday, Jun 30, Gouvsriieur Morris Csriwhan, In the fiftieth )enr of his age, son of K. telle Morris snd the late Dr. John Murray c.irnocliiui. Notice of funersl hen after. OIIAT. John Clinton, st Newport, K. I , Monday, June 14 IMS, in the seventy sconil year of his nj,re. Funeral ssrvlcei will t heM at fit. Ilartholomsw's rhurrh, corner of Mart lion avenue anil Furty-fourth street, on Thuredny mnrnlni.-. July 1, at It o'clock. Interment private. JONES. Pre Je rick U'lltlam, son of Will iam Fruneli JotieK of llt.i de Janeiro, In his tUhtleth eir Pervlci on Thurnl'iy mornlne it lO-1) o'rloek In St. (lenrge's Chnpel. Htuy vrsint Square Int.rment Wuoillawn. MATHDWSON - IMviln II, suddenly at Rnuth Nnrwjik. Conn, .luna 3D, 191 J, In his slmy-sevynth j e ir Funeril from late p'fcMeni-. " Weit avenae Heuth Norwalk, J'rMv, Ju'y i, at VIi) P M (f,whe will meet train leuvlng lr:ind Central IipH 1 S .03 nonn rienH omit ttouer. O'DONOVAN ltOt. At his re.lene. Ivt lllchmond T. rrnre. New .llrlghtn . Htuten UUn I. n Junu i'i. Jiremtfth O'IMneviin Itos.a. hk'I S4 ears.' Requiem moss at ,st Peter's it. c Chun i HaturJay, Jui) 3, at 10 A. M HALT --Charles K. hk1 M ervlrvi at "THU Fl'vr.HAI. 'llfltc,.,' 241 Wt Twenty third stteei (Frank r. l"mp bell DulMlrigi, SsvunLtfr evetilrn, I o'clock. RAHURNT Suddenly, on June 1016, u.' her renltence. 611 Park avenue, Mar Jorio Ilurr, wlfo of (lemtrn f Harsenl and itmixliter of i'harls II and l.iur llnyle Ilurr Friends who wish ftr rordlnlly Invite 1 to call between tho hours of 9 n1 1 o'clock on Thurlay niornlng. Inter ment, Wllllamstott n, Miss. CMIEKTAKKRa,