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THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915.
PRINCE DE LANDAS
SUES FOR $100,000
s Itciil Ilishop, Ho Assorts,
' in Seeking Cnn1i From
iikui nrniriiMEX named-
: ,'cmcnts made liy F. Ctinllffe-Owcn,
publicist, to Hlehnp Orocr,
t- W.i .mi T Mnnnlnjr, lllahop Ilhlne-
, .f Pennsylvania and others ns
t,, t i. hi mnrnci's 01 mo temporal una
, , .il tltlm of Itlehop Prince do j
t..v'i Heglics rultcd In n suit fori
. .1 I.. LI...
(n I ll.tmCges IIC1IIK men III iiiv nu-
.,-ene Curt hen- yesterday nKalmt Mr.
(-ur'.ffo Owen !y tlio Hlshop Prince.
Thf pMmiff alienee. Hint tlio statements
t r .,,1-nl hlin to lo rejected In Prot
...... Ktisconal Church circles, nl-
ihfUK'i hi has t'cen Deemed prlcat j v
C' the Vglie.lll l nurcn 01 miiiui mil iii
pie ' c 'C 'f New Jersey.
' The plaintiffs full namo as given In
thf romplalnt l llndolphe Francois
lih'-U a Hamilton tie Lorraine do Lnn
,1,. iie'ghe St Wlnock. Ills attorney,
Arthur A. Mitchell, said yestenlay that
the Prince Is rclatcil on his mother's
Me to Al- x.indor llnmllton.
The complaint alleges that the plain
tlfr ho ha shortened his name to
Hlehop rle Landa Herghcs. was conae
cMteil on Juno 13, 1013, as reglonary
H.shrp of Scotland of tho Old Iloman
("atlml!" Western Orthodox Church and
that he has always been an "honorable
ClirlMlan gentleman and servant of
lied" anil one to whom tho affairs of a
b!.hfprlr, temporal and spiritual, could
be safely entrusted.
The plaintiff alleges that ho has been
reromilieil by the AtiRllcan Church In
the Frilled States and by tho Holy East
ern Orthodox Church, with which his
branch of the church was united In 1911.
He eays that on January 12. 1910. on
the Invitation of Bishop (Ireer and after
n exain'n.itlon of his ecclesiastical and
ether credentials ho took part at the
consecration In tho Cathedral of HL
John the Divine of tho ltcv. HI nun II
Ilulre as Missionary Bishop of Cuba.
Letter n Part of Complaint.
The complaint charges that on March
It last the dofi-ndnnt maliciously com- I
pesrd a false nnd llliellous letter con
rerning htm which he sent to tllahop
llhlnelander. In Philadelphia. This let
ter, which fornw a part of the com
i..a.nt. was written In imswor to a note .
rom ll'shop ni.lnelat.der In resard to a
resepaper article by Cunllffe-Owen
sbou he plaintiff. Tho Wtter warm '
BUhop llhlnelander "most atronly
a.alnst rIvIiw any countenance whatso-,
ner to the sol-d!tnnt Prince do Herirtiei
Land.ie," and the writer enclosed a clip
P'iis f thp article he caused to be pub
; shed abuul the HUhop. Tho letter
.'. . ... .... . I
mr e wriimB u i nave nnd mm quos-1
t;ond by sotno very sharp and clover
reporters whom I had printed with in -
iimrli-s. He got terribly fluttered, feared
iu ifiiuiv reseiunicni wan reparu 10 ine
Imputation of fraud and convinced them
nd afterward me that he Is no other .
than the Andrlis Canrel Albcrtus Mc-
Lise- mentioned In the article, who has; 1911. and owned a number of clothing
a ien unsavory record." cores In New Vork and Pennsylvania
Mr Cunllrfc.Ov.cn wrote that If the ' left $47,209 In New York. Ho iais II
plaint. IT l the man who formerly styled , to his- sister, ileglna Iiix, and left ths
1 .msi tlio ilishop of Claremont he wai remainder of the estate In trust to his
f- quemly cxpnecd by the London nes- wife. Augusta Desches. One of his
UPets n connection with philanthropic , stores was at Austin. Pa and was
t" i'l10?? law,lnillcB' "' '"CJ,,S .,of v :' e(1 ou y the flood there' on Heplem-h'-h
ho obtained larKe ums from the ber 30, 1911, four daya before he died
iredu.ons." The letter than says: I William A. Dcapt. wHa sVn rl
K h. nan really consecrated by the ber 9. ( ef, m jlfto 1 ,Z
(!-en.',l.le old Catholic 'Archbishop' 1 Kate Deidy '"'S63 to hl" ,l",,r'
shiih I doubt, his relialouti orders are.
a l ,ii tue n of the Iloman Catholic i
("h irrli In reason of his eplscopil npos- i
t"' i .sue 'ension. Mut nil the elerev of
the ol I Catholic cect nre liwe facto sm- I
I' ldea li) Itonic and prohibited from
e hr.itliiB mnct, or administering: sacra-
" 'its. I have this from my very dear
:.tr.cl Cardinal K.xrlcy, After I had
ii.ne.i mr mutual koou friend Man-
r.irs un,i ne nail warned Creer the man
tmrttl Jtrooklvn and New York too hot
f-r hni nnd .rished. If he Is cutting
nv ice in Philadelphia, pray let mo
Know and I u ill nut thn neivsn.nner
into him '
Dlssrmliiiitril In Clcris)'.
The plaintiff saya that subserjuently mohlllsts arriving at the Otesaga Hotel
Ji.siiop llhlnelander sot permission to to-day were Mr. and Mrs. II. p. nich
raae ucli use of the letter as ho saw nrds, Mrs. V. V. Newton, New Haven
y ani that It was disseminated to the (Packard) Mr. and Mrs. decree J,
l "tenant Kplscopal clergy and other, i itohllg. Passaic (Steams) , Mr and Mrs.
The complaint charges that thc stnte- p A, Kelchler, Jr.. Miss Anna C. Del-
r.n . i, 1 , , ,' l"lVVln. Brooklyn ( I'lerce-Arrow) ; Mr. and
r.'nta In the article referred to. which M. ... s. wileo. iioehe.trr
a headed, "Who Is Ilishop de Ilerehes-Lamias-"
The iilaiutiff says also that
ws Injured b another liuwepaper
f'li le pui.Jisheii on February 2 last.
leaded A'.clent Princely House Is Hx-
t.nit.- m winch Mr. Cunllffi;-Owen re- .
1-m.d t., the claims of the plaintiff and
M that the ducal house of Uerghe. and
1U 'Me of French. Flemish lUid Dutch as
in. n't..' s. became extinct with the death
in K'07 of (ihislaln. I'rlnce and Duke do
The writer said also that he knew
'eli thf last two nrlnrrn nnil illlkus of
''"Siles and Itache. He Inquired why
o. i , . ""'"V, '!- i
J'.J. ntl,r. . K?t..nl foni-ecratlon not
In VLi i-..' i Mno,nF Vm P". v ."'appearance In the Minis nt the Strand States through this gathering pledge to
?t h.",.h mT'I ",1''' Theatre this week in Charles Kenyun's the gteatly burdened, calmly heroic
r'me .' ,.nt "Kindling." formerly a vehicle for Milef Hxecutlve of their country con-
wov "fhi ioidlr nt nirtt IHIngton. The piece displays lldenco and loyalty and, to tho limit of
r.nd and Most Holy Lord Leon Check the dramatic qualities linked so closely their ability, practical cs-perntlon In his
' an rchblsho i It Antioch and r- th Mlsa Walker's stage career. There nr.luoua labors for world brotherhood."
f-hiiewBai;' 1 1. In addition, the usual music pio- That the vacant spot mart, by tho
'1 lune Archbishop Checkenilan's full gramme ami some special tllms. In- c ored saloon mut be mied with some-
" or.l, also that vf his friends, Andrles ! cludlnrr the toplenl review and a group more than a vacuum for prohlhl
"' c Albnta McUmen. self-styled , of travel pictures . tlnn to be n success Is the most 1 m-
Kilop M. Lagen. Is a native of Capo 1 The new picture at the Vltagraph Phatlo note aside from tho slogans A
' !'m .1 mixed Scotch and Dutch pa- Theatie Is "The Scar." being a motion yaloonless nation by 19.0 and A sa-
!'" a with a slight strain of Zulu
'""Oil ! is veins, and a former private
11 i... T-.lrty-iFC.-ond Infantry of the
-i7 k'i artnv .
H.-1... l'r 'ne0 , Lnndas Herghes con-
' ; -hat Mr. Coullffe-Owen has mis-!
I u- for another person who ,
i ' his mine MacLagen. and says hla I
C ' - a e of the highest order. He
vf e g ts als title from his mother's
.' M- Cun.lffi-Owi n has mis-
fa. t in stating thai the ducal
1 - . . .... I
" '' . W K.i.itiell. counsel for
ffe-owmi, said last night that
l -'ter to Il'.hop Ilhltienmter
stp'u.i was written In response
hi fir Infjrnntlon and was
m" was"ir'pri viiege?" com-
nl will ask that the suit I
"ii t '-.it croiiinl
' " I
-A. A AKER OPENS STADIUM. 1
"re I mi Proldi-s Itlilellc Field
nr His l'.iiiilii ees.
lulv I" -John Wan n-
' . ... ...
s. venth birthday, wmcii
da was celebrato.1 to-
opening of an aerial
urt Held for employees.
f "i the Wananiaker store.
I exin lscs, which 111-1
ii n't.ss lev Mr. Wunamal.cr, j
i. l l.v too employees, who
v., h he More twenty yearn
b. athletes of the .Meadow
nil anil a seme of guests.
'etli Held consists of a cinder
laps to the mile', a sixty yard
, lu-r, .,,11,11, ennrlu n vol.
' irt and two tennis courts. Al Frltzl Kcheff Is the particular uttrac
v M lie irectoi for shuirieboardMInn at tho New Hrlghtnn Theatre,
w ng al'eys and a gymnasium , HrlKhton Ileach. Others aro HuntliiR
hui ti.i.Uer presented handsome lUid Francis, tho Hell Family, Akiioh
be M ilrose Club and tho I Scott and Henry Koniie. Hussey and
H. mk i nib, the athletic organ-1 lloyle, Juan Cardo, Frltzl Noll, loin
idled lo tho Philadelphia and
WOMAN SUFfllAOn PAItTY.
Noon Meeting- nt Maillion Square.
Noon Meeting before party head
quarters H Et Thirty-fourth street.
!lo I. M. Canvassing from home of
Miss Maud JUai. til East Thlrty-ilaih
street; canvassing from home of Mrs.
John Zimmerman. (14 Ninth avenue)
canvassing from horns of Mrs. 11.
Oeaterrelcher, UK First avenue! can
vanslng from horns of Mrs. W, II.
Wtlaon, tJ Ninth svsnus,
I P. M. Meeting at 144th street snd
Hsventh avenue; atrset meeting at
Nlnety-etxth street snd Uroadway:
rotating at Avsnua II and SUtainth
treeti meeting at Klghth avenue and
Fiftieth street; meeting at Twenty
fourth strsst and Broadway; meeting
at 144th street snd Seventh avenue.
WOMKN'tf POLITICAL UNION.
Noon Meeting at Uroadway and
Forty-sixth street! meeting at Ninety
ninth street snd Lexington avenue)
meeting at 144th street snd Southern
lioulevard; meeting st Fifth svenus
snd Thirty-eighth street.
I P. M. Ilovlng rlhnp "Winner." st
lOSth street and Madison avenuel meet
ing at First avenue and Sixty-fourth
1:10 P. M. Meeting at 111th street
ami Islington avenue.
$500,000 WILLED TO TUFTS.
Dr. I".!!, Pearson, t.nsltnnta Victim,
I.pft Kstate of Many Million.
Hortov, July 12. I)r. Fred S. Pear
son, a Lualtanla victim, left 1300,000
to Tufts College, according to his will,
filed for probato at Plltatleld to-day.
The Lowell General Hospital and the
Mouse of Mercy In I'ittsilcld each re
No Inventory line, been Died showing
the amount of Massachusetts property,
but It la understood that Dr. Pearson
loft an estate worth many millions. Tha
resume was left to two sons and a
daURhter. Dr. Pearson was a graduate
of Tufts, class of UI3. and wan a
L. P. WARD ESTATE $786,487.
Inventory Filed In he ftnrrncate'a
OIIIpp at NrrrurU.
Nkwark N. j July t:,An Inventory
of the estato of Italic I. Ward, who died
at Waybrldgo, Knglnttd. last January,
wan nicU In tho Surrogate.' office here
tn.iii. 1 ul.... . I. - . . . . .
, Zl ot It ,r!e.
,,u i.i ' 171 f " "" lo
Mr, Ward wan a aon of Dr. Leslie D.
jvard. who was vice-president of the
I rudentlal Insurance) Company. Tho
V ' '".r." " lne. '?Iy Trust
i?"i " K John.H"" ?
n,,.v , L Tu lleC"ry f.?r
Ciffertl ,1 V '? cl ,,r' Kr",cl"
1h n1""' "t the necessary
coSh be proband I ""cuntent
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
in.isiirEUKr who was an
Alderman from The Itronx. left a sroas
"1 - 1" - " oi a.,i7i and a net estate of
-6,3SS to his widow, h son and daugh-
uwiicu adv snares or the A. P.
Dlenst Company, contractors, valued at
Saui, Dciches. whn rtl,t nmi,-.
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
Ln.vox, July 12. Motor arrivals nt the
Hot.d Asplnwail to-day included Dr. V.
H. Norrle, Miss Sara !. Norrle. New
York ( Plerce-Arrow) ; Herbert (1 Wylle,
.Mrs. Wylle, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Wln-
ship, New York (Packard): Mr. nnd
..Irn. James A. Pennlson. Jlr and Mrs.
.lum... v nhi ... t.i
row); Mrs. P. J. Unison. Miss Mildred
Renvoi!. Mr ami Mr i:r,. . r-....
r - i.i -. .
mv.ihu ,'ir.u ii-, i , hi, iinu .urs, .ionn
Hi aril, Mrs
V..... x-.. i
1 CfinpvulTnU'M V V Till. 11
Mrs. Albert P. (lladdlnn, Norwich (Over-
land) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Hazard.
Walter Hazard, llrooklyn (Cadillac) i
lS:?nY C' ? '':ni 1 ' le,iV,nCk"
' , ",.' '. - :: i" e" ",?'
n',n'" J,! ', V.i.lV. JVr t' '
c' l,r'lsue. Huffalo, ( lerce-Arrow ).
PLAYS WITHOUT WORDS.
.Novelties of the Week In the
Hon Picture Illumes.
charlotte Walker Is making her first '
picture exposition against the drug
mbU, Chapter ten of "The (1 odd ess"
, aUo 01 vow. tt.tn the vitagraiih's
,.i.n ... i.n.i 1...
K""'h will la mi as ea.n e n ai T he 0
prl " , orcimci 7ninw aa will
rT f"T. 2 L in -r,
nl. ; , .,,,,1,. .. T ntr ti i.
Clue at the li oadwaj Theatre. This
lH a Lanky production, j nere are 1110
"" comedy reels and nn attractive
D. . Urlllltha dim spectacle. I he
Illrth of a Nation, at the Liberty
Theatre keeps on breaking all records
01 tne season lor n continuous mumm
VAUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE.
Vi-iv Proiirillilliles on I lie Vnrlcty
Mattes This Week.
A,u.ll and Hughes are heading the
bill at tlio Palace Theatre this week, In-
stead of Itessle (Mvytou, who was taken
III. They are assisted In a series of
dances bv Kdward Davles. Othern on
the programme are the Hegeni Four.
I,..- 1 ...,.. ll'l.n..!... fr.l.n III ,u
ien iim i. i .......... ........
and Leila Mclntyre, Iw Dockstuder.
tho black fine comedian . Cecil Lean ami
;Cloo Muylleld, llHiikoff nnd Clrlle, Trlxle
Krmnnmi unit oniva wnn acr iraineu
Lew Kelly mid the Hehmun Show
players began their twelfth week at tho
Columbia Theatre yesterday. Tho en-
tcrtalnmeni wun Its varieu torms or
plirieHque anil viiuiiuviini iiiiernperneu
with satires on the present day ruetoma
continues to prove of Interest to good
uugan, Alice unyiiiuiiu, iiuumi; ombv.
and the Zif ler Twina.
r-SL S 7A. ULtl . Mali CL?
IN 1920 IS C.E. SLOGAN
Liquorlcss World in 1JC10 Is j
Also Endeavorers' Plan
CmCAfio. July 12. ne-olutiona de
mandlng that all church workers units
to procure a saloonlcss United States,
as well as peace among the belligerent
, . ,-, ... ... ,i,.
Hamuli m l.uii'pe. una uiiill-u mi ,un
rl..l..i t-.l . ...un.ln In.nU.h-
: v iiiiniinii r.uiii'ii , iti liiiiiciiiiuii ,u-,,r,.t
at ItH final session at tho Coliseum. Al
though they outline a mighty task, each
delegate present was convinced that
their ((Torts will bear fruit In whole or
Following Is thc text of the resolu
"In this time of grievous and world
trouble the Chrlstlnn Kndeavor conven
tion rejoices In the President of the
t'nlted States. Woodraw Wilson. With
statesmanlike mind and Christian heart
he has held tho feet of the nation from
" lth of war and Is striving for
the righteous peace that Miail not pass
n"" To Prosldent Wilson tho twenty.
MPVenth national and fifth world Chris-
tlau Endeavor convention, with 12,000
delegates assemb'ed from a coro of
countries and representing more than .
1,000,000 young people of the Christian 1
churches, with the assurance of Its con
tinued Intercessory prayers, sends this
expression or Kiainuiie, i ne .i.iiiiu.nuii
Christian Kndeavorcrs of the United
ooniess woi ki ny 1: .10 , sotim e nun s
the convtntlon by Ihinlel A. Poling, Its
"Kvery church should maintain a free
employmmt bureau and every city and
! ,,1',Ke 11 l''"'"ul" where la-
men can S." he said. "Coffee
urt" a Kieat succes. in Call-
fnrn,a al)(1 Oregon and buttermilk stn-
(()ns nle numfr(M1B Kaloonless Kan-
, Thf. fllinl vviry yoeM IKe,, mei
by the saloon without Its evil effects.
, y4Very church ought to contribute to the
I .niw,rt ,f 11 commnnltv nnrsi. nl.v.
, Kr0und, comfort stiitlon and social hot-
terment as well na hold religious nicct-
Thn next convention will he held hi
New Vork In 1017.
MAYOR TO SPEAK AT COLUMBIA.
Summer Students Will Hear II I in
at Informal Itecrptlon,
Major Mltchel will make an address
, before the s'udenls or the Columbia
summer sislon to-night at an Infornml
! reception In the gymnasium at the unl-
I.n.ulli - Mr Untie,, iv ill nciialili it,i, I
verslty. l'r Ilutlei- will preside) and
welcome the students to their six weeks
stay oil Mornlngslde Heights. This 1 ,
the llrst tlinn III several yeats that Dr. I
llutler has been present during any part
of the summer sesnlon, his summers ,
usually being punned abroad.
Ope .f tne interesiing matures or tno
programme will bo the linking of folk
song" under the guidance of Peter W,
Dykema of the University of Wisconsin.
Arrivals yesterday by the Italian liner
Dura degll Abrunii from Mediterranean
Juet Ice R. Pearson John E Jonei, Amtrl
Mrs Carroll II. liar.
iuii Consul. (ientral
vey st i.enoa
Hiitiarmann rra imsj. ni
Mra. Slliwiain n
Mra. Elliabsth I'helps Kuilaoa Barlhulomtw
A W VV .VATMisW
DIPPEL TO BRING OVER THE
GREA TA ND ONL Y BERN A RDl
News Hailed in All the Tongues of Vaudeville Cos
tumers Now Grumbling U. B. O. to Put Big
Question Up to Actors.
Whereer two or three vaudeville
agents have gathered together the past vlw I'r.-sp.ct of iirderlng en
.1. , . .. , ,, , ,, ., itlrely new dresses for the revivals he
Ix months their mlk especially If theyB1UP ,,,,,, up ;,lt0R(,ther, when man
had foreign afllllatlons always has be n , agrrs begin to rely so much on their
of the great llernarill. With bated , stoteroonis It . not a sign nf great con
.,.,,, ., ,, , .. , , tldeiice (n the outivme of the season,
breath they discussed the probabilities
of this great man's appearance here. 1 ... u 1
.. , , , ' ' , , I he success of ' The Only tlirl. ' which
Now that there Is war in Lurope it was Heiiiy lt:o-som and Victor Herbert
thought the most famous vaiyleville unite last winter for Joseph Weber, In
performer on the Continent m'ght be "-rested managers in the possibilities of
... . , 1 similar pieces. They have the great ad
persuade 1 to come over here for lc- vantage of economy In certain details of
than the preposterous sum." he has production since they ri quire no chorus,
always demmded. SjmIi llemhardt once 'r,1e aine collaborators are going to suji
...... . , ,, .. ,, . ply such a piece to John t ort, who will
said that her price for acting In tier- ,. Port T1Mtre )t ltl ,
many would be Alsace. L01 ralne. It Is eaily autumn.
true that she later accepted le c.ict- Kleaitor 1'alt.ter, who made such a
1 . ., . .. i..,.. i, striking success last winter In "The Lilac
Ing terms, nnd there may have been ;. 1;, ,L.IVP ,he ,,.,,, ,.,.,
some ejmll.ir chnhse In the case of If Interesting to recall that when Ml
itiirn.-iriii Painter came here from lierni.in.v An-
At all events. Imgac.e Npiaie was
shaken yesterday by the news that
llernarill at last had been secureil for
.1,1., ,,.,. in ..,.,. iLn-u i-.n .ti..
this country. In man language- the
thrilling news shot from Sh inley's on
the south to the Columbia Tl.i-.itre on
the north It was gutturally i.uirnmre.l
that der grone llernarill Uom,
liiiiantl annoiinced that le giand
llernarill vient am i.rn.'iaimeii 111 nu
the tongue" known to vaudeville thai the mil,,. M i.-diiring the cominMisatlon of
rerfonner wis lo be hero in September n,,. amli.vllle or other mlors who are
Hetween the two extremes of LongiK-rn under their management and appeal
Square the news was shot Horn one side simultaneously with the exposition of
of Itioadway to the other picture plays In winch they figure is the
Tlie fact Is that Andreas liippel lias ,,,, radical mote mi far made b any
engaged the artist for a tour of tills f 1 1 theatre malingers to protect them
country He is thn best known music H(.iVes against tlie moving picture enter
hall player of Kurope. He does an act pr,Hes. Victor Mooie and Mr. Les
similar to those of I'rcgoll nnd lie Vrles n,, Carter were cumpelled to accept a
lln Is known professionally as an considerable reduction from their sala
"Illusionist" nnd represents many char- rles in tlie I' 11 o. theatres becane tllms
acters. Ho will not act In the van to- fur whlih they had powd were idmul
vllle theatres here, but will Im ent tnneously cxliilmed In moving picture
about tlie country with a company giving theatres,
vaudeville and comic opera "Tlie actors will soon have to take
their choice," a manager sai.l yislerday,
III spite of the piesent actlt of the "between high salaries from the man-
malingers theie is some probability thru ngoi and the pay of the moving tilcturee.
many enterprise.! oilg.nally planned for It was aga.nst all reason in epeet that
thn nrly season will be postponed A they should get equal ciimpensntloii from
well known enstumer was lamenting Ills both while they were more or less Injur-
dlsappolntnients to a SfN leporter yes- Ing the business of the variety theatres
terday. .and tlie inoung pictures when they ap-
"Was Just about to start work," lio pea red simultaneously In the same town,
said, "on a 112.000 o:ilc- to lie delivered It was not to lie expected that the vaude.
Into In September when I received word villi- Impresarios who pay such lurge
from the manager w i o was going to pin- salaries would quietly consent to hnve
dure this comic opera that lie had the opposition of the snme actors In pic-
changed his mind about the dale anil ture plays, especially as It Is to the mov-
n.iuiu iii.i put ii mi mini .iiiiiuart, .win
that it would be all right to have Hi
illesseH ready by that lime, of coins,
that means that my real work will be
gin inn i'h later than I had expected.
That was not an Isolated case, anil I
have heard from other customers that
they have had slmll.tily dlsappiiintlt.g , ,',,,.,,,.,. ,. ,. ,, ', lInry
experiences. , , to the present ridiculous standard of thn
"Another malinger, who had ordeied ',.... . .....i ,,, , ' , ' ii "
nn ..ntlre outllt of dlesses f..r a i..slcr ,a,'','') 7a1,'1 ,. , 'r' v ml, 1, . ,
piny, afterward sent me word that he I I,? 2llllv T
wanted only two s.ls of diesses In nil '" 1,1 ' ' L i V rlK 1 '" ?U,"B
(he lot lh.il had been ord,..e,. It was ,. ,P "T, 1 r H T.fl.'."Vt1"" ' ."Z,
suppised that he might have gone some- ',' " ".' " "f lhp 1 - " I'lch, like
where else for tin. otheis, but tnat was 1 k. '.'".T. I"0V"14 M"".,K. V h'"
not the cuse; he had dlscnveieil after foiindeil on common sense nnd fairness
conference with his wardrobe woman t" Public nnd aitors, marks tlie begin
that hn could fieshen up what he had "'"k" "' " eaiiip.ilgn In defence of the
on hand from previous punluctlons In cheatres ' opposul to tho pictures thut
such a way that he would cot need ' wl" 1"" " latter llnnlly on some ra-
mnre than tlio two. sots of dresses lie tloual basin. Since It was decided that
ordered new. well known niton wise more valuable
"Still another manager, who had an- Hum Hi" so-called 'plctum stura' lln.
nounced the revival of several popular I the 1,1(1 ni.iniiKeis have got only tho
pieces, called .lliem off altogether when 1 worse side of the denl. Hut the air Is
he dlaoovrred that III all hla storerooms likely to be cloared soon If the theatre
there were no dreases milted to them, i tnanugeia ure us Independent as the men
He had hoped to find marly enough on who control the variety eltuatlon."
hand and to add a set or two Hut
'drcis Dlppel, who dlscoveied her. paid
ie alfM'ti(, ',.,. , ()Mi. ,',,;
ucek I'or the second season he offered
her 1300 to sing the part of the heroine
"" "'e load. Miss Painter r fud this
Hl,nrnfu ,, ,,p hltv.n t0
, rittr-ly Justllii d, as Mr. Cort liad
engaged lier at a s.ilar if "100 Such
I'nW'ss in the brief space of a ear
'"' po-lbl-one- In Hie thealie
T. ,.,i r the I'nlted Hooking
mj. pictmes Hint mo present paid times
111 vaudeville are utll'lbuteil,
"No," tins manager went on. "tho
uctor will no longer be able to pluy both
ends against the middle. Ho must take
les). fi.nii tin' manager and continue to
... i,i i,,,.i, u-.i,... ' e.. ,i.. i.. .....
. OELRIGHS ACTS AS
Advertises Fashion's Passing
Show lo lie Held nl
NwwriiitT, July i: Mrs Hermann
Oelrldis proved herself to be a live
publicity agent to-day when she started
out to bill this city and vicinity with
poster for Fashion's i'as-lng Show,
which she will give at ltoseclin" on July
2-1. She not only used her own auto
mobiles, but borrowed several others
to covic the country. The posters uic
attractive, but there was one objection
to them Newport being referred to as
a "village'' and not a city.
Mrs. lielmont and the other women
here Interested III woman suffrage held
a meeting rtils morning nt suffrage head
quartea and planned to give a tea
dance at Marble Houne on July 31,
partly as a benefit for woman suffr.igo
and paitly for children left ile-titute
as a result of the war. Mrs Leonard
M. Thomas was elect. d general chair
man and the heads of the various sub
committees wete also selected. Prizes
have been offered for the best dancers,
both aiming tho grown people and chil
dren A supper dance at Ilellevue Lodge to
night wns well attended
Mrs. Horatio N Slater has announced
a dinner fqr July 1M. (iov Heeckman
will give a dinner soon for Admiral
F. F Fletcher, at which .Mrs Heeck
man will be the only woman present.
Admiral Fletcher made an olllcial ejll
upon the Coventor to-d.i
Heverley It Corb.n has returned to
New Vork Mr and Mrs, Adrian leelln
will go back there in-moirow.
Many of the summer colonists at
tetnlod tlie recital to-ntglit In iJnimaiiuel
Church. -U which Mri. Ceoage Peabodv
ICmPs p. lived and .Miss Alice PreMoii
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr anil Mrs. Chauncey M Deprw
hi. iv returned from While Sulphur
Springs. W. Va., and are nt the Hilt
more before going to Lenny, Mass, for
the remainder of the season.
Mr and .Mrs. W. Fellowes Morgan are
it llnr Harbor. Me, for tlie season
Mr and Mrs. W. Haloff Kip nnd
Henry Spies Kip ale occtip) Ing Ankonv,
tlie Kli homestead In Ithlnebeck, N. V.,
for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan Preston
will go to Southampton, I, I., on Thurs
dav for the season.
Mrs, William Manlce is v-Mting Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Steels at their sum
mer place, overlook Farm in Port
c'lerter, N. V.
Mr. ami Mrs Jame Hemy Selon of
Philadelphia are at the Plana before go.
Ir.K to their countrv place nt Lenox.
Mr and Mrs David Porter Iteeves nf
Chicago, who will shortly go to t lit ir
countr) place in Lenox. Mass me at
he. I'liiua for a few ilae.
Miss F.thel Wickhaiii, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harrlnian
ni White Plain", N. Y. Ins Joined Mrs.
Itussell Handle) al Murray llav. where
slu will lie for tlie greater part ot the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter llowne, who nie
passing the summer at Huutei's Lodge,
their country place in Norfolk. Cunn,
me at the (iothnni for a brief visit
Cnrl von Mijhiff, who recently un
til i went an operation at the Policlinic
Hospital, Is nn the road to recovery
Snifl tk Company's salts nf Beef In New
Vnrk City for th. weok enillm Saturday,
July loth, averaged aa fallows! Uomratlu
Uetf, It.SJ centa per pound. .Idc.
ITALIAN WAR RELIEF1
Youii'f Women M tikhtir Bim
(liifris niid Oilier llospilnl
SO.MK IIKPKXT AniMVAl.SC()nM),i.,(Mt jn company, died on
.Htltldny tilsht at his home. 2101 Fifth
avenue, nt the aKe of 72. He was born
Southampton. L. I . Jul 12 A new nt Mprl,,Ki N v ,, N,rlt ,., , ,,
charitable project has br, n started j )Vu,olI ,U) , virsliiln lie c.inie to
throiiBli tho cffrM-ts of Mrs. ijhcpheid K. j Nv. vrk )n lsr( stl(1 ,.,,,,,.,, thc rm.
de Forest nnd Mrs. l'rnncls lluinill lloff- Illliv of ,,, m ,. Mlnt ln M ,!IK i,ii,t cm.
tnnn nmoni; tlio younK women uf the j je at tended H.istninn's llilslness
cottaita colony. An Italian war relief i c.n.. , i.(ll,B,keepsle and was kmcIii
association hits been orR.mlzed. with ( ,,.,, rrm ,M, New York llomnnp.ithlc
Miss AUBUsla K de Korest as prt'sl- , ,.,r , ,s; , t
dent. Miss Pr sella I 'en body as ttens-' '
urer and Mls Ju,tlno V. It Toivnsend ' '"""vine evtenslvrly.
Tim rrwetlnris are held tluee aflor
noons n week at Mrs. do Kiiicefs sum
mer home on i)v Pasture ro.ul, nt which
the members u- lenrnlntr to roll bind-
ages and tnak" other supiilles under the
direction of a trained muse from the j
Mrs. James J.-iwrencc nnd MIm Idea-
nor Lawrence, who are spendlm? a few
necks at thn Mi adnw Club, will leave
In a few days for ll.ir Harbor, where
they will spend the remainder of the.
Mr. and Mis. ritu.irt Duncan Preston
will arrive on Thursdiy and nave taken
apartments itt tho IrvitiB. Mrs. I'leston
s n ster of . rs. I.vttletnn Fox. .Mr.
and Mrs. Henry .Lime of New York
are visiting with Mrs. Lyttlctoti rox.
Mrs. ltoheit L. Stevens s utimnc tlio
late arrivals and Is occupyliiK overlook
cottago for the rejt of the ncason.
Mrs. Archibald M. llrown baa rented
her cottago In tho tfhlnnecoek Hilts to
Dr. Harold llarcl.iy.
MRS. HUGGINS'S INCOME SET.
fteferre Decides I'll nil nf ai'JO.nOO
Minll lie t'si-it.
Rgerton li. Wintlirop. who ua's ap
pointed referee In thc Surrogate's Court
to determine the amount to be set (isldo
from Uie IHS.Oon estate of Samuel J.
Hugglns for the benefit of his widow.
Mrs. Annie Hugglns, roorted yestenlay
that the Income from a fund of J 120.000
honld be provided.
Mrs. Hugglns was adjudged Incom
petent n year after her husband's death
In 1910 and haB since been In a s.inl
tnrlum. Her husband's will d I reeled
that a suitable allowance he eet apart
or her maintenance and the executors
decided that JiO.000 would l eufllclent.
Four or tno neirs oroiesieu uini nini
amount was too high, while Mrs. Hug-1
Klns's nephew. Jnmes Hart, who Is com-
nitttee of her properly, belicuvi the ;
amount "hould be '""eas.Ml Jh0(
referee wru. then appointed to deter-1
mine the amount. ,
McCORMACK FUNERAL PLANS.
Iloroauh President Will He llurlril
Tho funeral of Chillies J. McCorniack.
who wns President of the Horough or
Richmond at the time of his death, will
be held to-morrow. At u meeting of I
... . . ... ...... I .1,.. II....
n", ".: " "1 ',
ougn .an m n . , . , . , , , , , tth
.v.. ..1. II . i...7.r,. the breaking out nf the civil war he wis
Th 'bid - w " lo "state In the l.or- ;-n-"lled In Company F o, ,h, ,:,gh,h
otiKhllnll from until 10:30 to-morrow Keglment. New -i.uk State Militia and
mprnlng It will L'.en be taken to St served until he company was muni red
PeterV Cl.ur.li nt Sew Ilnghto... when- "" I5'' '"5'"" 'i'' V7 ""' '
a funeral mass will be said. Interment 1 ""'tenant of 1 ..nipiiy ! ..t -Me
at St Peter's Cemcteiy will follow. I regiment and went wi n to C!ia ..
The procession which will escort the l'i -burg. Pa. 1 in; ieglm.it was late
body from the ltorougli Hall to the 1 ""'ei ed t. New- .'ik fo. c.e pmpo...
cliurch will consist of representatives of 1 auppiesung the diafi tints lie ..fie
tin. police. Troop F. N. U. N. V.; Holy , word became a captain. He leaves 11
Name Society. Knights 01 1 oiuininis, ,
North Shore Firemen's Association, Or
der of Knirli. Older nf lilks. Iloyal
'Arcanum, Foresters, Modern Order of
iWoodmin, borough olllcers. Cliambcr of
Commerce. Itlclinioti.l County Automo
bile Club, lvmociatle general cmnmlttee,
Hoard of estimate nnd Apportionment,
Hoard of Aldermen, Justices of tlie vari
oil" courts and civil societies.
JOSEPH HOOK BOYD.
War elernn Stricken While nt
Work In Custom llnuae.
Joseph Hook lloyd. "C, died suddenly
eteid.i afternoon In St. Vincent's
i Hnsidt.il from acute indigestion. He
ill ., IiIIa it t. n.l In ,..
. I1UUS17, 1.11,1 in- nn" ...ii, viii.,,,., ci j
thirty yenrs, and died a few hours later. I
At the beginning of the civil war Mr I
Ito.vd enlisted In the First New Vork
Cavalry, known as "Lincoln's Cavalry,"
land served through the war. Hen. Phil
Sheridan detailed him as a seout to
gather Information alnut the lmive-
ments of Col. Mosby, tho Confederate
! cavalry leader, In tlie Shenandoah V.il-
I ley. .Mr lloyd often told a story of an
l Informal meeting with the famous
I Colonel, who with two aids chae.l the
Fedeial scout, was thrown from h.s.
' horse nnd narrowly escaped captuin byl
his quarry Mr llod got Col Mnsby'e
horse, however, nnd would have got the
i rider had he not shown a clean pair of
The funeral services will be held to
I morrow evening fioni tlie Itn.vd home, in
We-t 130th street. Interment will be
I at DeUwalinn, N J
j ROBERT L. CUTHBERT.
IAineriellll I lllren Who Joined
llrltlslt rin Killed In Velliio.
i News has 1 n reciiveil In calile of'
tlie death in action mi .lulv .'. nf it 'li.-ll
I, ciithbert of this iitv. He was burn
In Scotland and was educated at Wim- ,
liledon Schoiil and lit tlie I'niverslty of
F.ilinliiligh lie was a chaitiied lie
eountant and had been a membei of the
firms of Detotttc. I'le-ui. r. Crltllilis ft
Co and Arthur Young Co. He had
llv.il fur a long lime at the New York
Yacht Club and wn a member of the ,
, liarden Cliy Cnlf Club and the Na
tional Coif Club t
Mr. Ciithlieit was in London when
war wa .I. clareil and. although an
Ameilciii cill.en and more than 40
i .ve.us of age, he Jolueil tile Illltlsh forces
and beenine u member nf King IM
ward's lloise He a in training In
1 llnglatid dining the winter and was
only lecentl.v onlered t tlie fiont.
Tlie cable despatch gives none of tlie
i cl ecu n let a u. i s of his deatii I
I .1. M. II. I. III. i, i,
', Stamioiiii, Conn. July lli- I II II 1
' Wliilton. on. e ticastii ei of Nlhln'N '
'Harden. In New- Vol I. Is ili.nl nt Ills
home b. ie in Ills eighty -eighth year Mr
I Wh'ttou was admitted lo Die bar In 1
ili.7'.', when lie was r, years old In
1 1 !0L'. at the age of 75. be published bin
theatrical reminiscences in n volume en- 1
titled "The Wags on the Stage" lln Is,
survived bv two sons and a daiightei
1 Iblvvnril .1. Liiuniiu, 1
l..isii llliAS'i'll, N J.. July U' Kiluaid
1 J l.awsiin, member of thc Jamb l.awsou
Dag . ' ... i . i ... 1 1 . :iil Watel si i n l, Mao
llllllllll. died III II" MlillMlulll Ii Mi in, ii ..1
llo'pllal lien to-day of append. ,'ii.
1 lie underweiii .11. op-ration on July s
Mr l-.iwi.ou was I'. years old and leaves
a wife. Hn had u summer homo at
DR. J. A. BENNETT DIES;
GAS LIGHT PIONEER
I'li.vsicinii Wns lions: Treasurer
of Hie Con sol idn led
Tf. Jnll1li(l A ltfitltintt IrilUllfAr fit I h a
lie served as HHHstiint chief eierK ana
chief ilerk for the Ras coinpiiny nnd
uhen the roinpanles were I'linsolldnteil In
1S4 he was appointed assistant super
intendent of llntnili 2. lie whs later
made superintendent nnd In I no I he wag
piomoted to assistant secretary. Two
)eais later he bcc.uiie tie.isurer
Dr. licniiett was also treasurer of th
Astoria LIkIiI, Hent and Power Com
pany, vlce-prcsldi lit and a dll ector of tlis
Andrew .1. Uolilmuui Comiiany. build
ers, and n director of the I'nlled Statea
Klrc liisuratice Company mid of the. Hall
Klectrlc lllumln.itliiK Company, lie was
a trustic of the Harlem Havings Hank.
He took a larn part In religious ac
tivities and was a iniuiiiuer of thc Amorl
can Tract .Society, a director of ths
Young Men's Chrlstlnn Association of
New York city, u member of the Baptist
Social t'liloli, ptenldent of the board of
trustees of the Hotithern Now York Hap
list t'nloii anil u director and tho treas
urer of tho Now York City llaptlat Mis
sion Society, Ho was also a director
of the Jennie Clarkson Home for Chil
dren at Valhalla. N. Y.
Dr. llennett waa the senior member of
the American limtltutn of Hnmiuoaiathy
and a member of tho New York County
llnmu'opiithlc Medical Society, tho Cay
uga County Society, th National Geo
graphical Society, New York Society and
New Kngland Society.
He Is survived by his wife, two son
and to dnughters.
MRS. MARGARET M. SHONTS.
Mother nf llrnil nf I nlr rboronah
Hies In Her Mni'llelli tear.
Lono tlRANcit, N. July 12. Mrg.
Margaret Marshall Hhonts, mother at
Thi,,. n ui ,.,..i,i...i .t..
iiu,.r,orough, died nt h;r summer liom
,,. Ull ,,, ro,l( t0.(IllJ. , lu.r mlle.
M w daughter of
I)uvl(, (lml JnMfl ,n
.unnyV.,a, Notwltl,tandiiiK her age
shit enjoyed good health until lecently.
when she met witli an acliient which
cnu"eil a fraiture of her collarbone. She
never fully recoveied from tlie shock
Cain. William II. .Mi'llitlre.
Cap!. Willcim II M Int Ire, who died
nt lui horn . i'l Wet Nimtv-llfili
strut, on Satiiiilav. for moie limn
forty years nttacheil to tin: nurriijTntes
i Court of this c.um' lie was li
1)1 K I).
llI:NN'i:TT At New Vork. cn .lu'y It.
191S. Ir. .lumen Albert llennett I.e.
Inveil hu.l.sn I nf Matilda Wllmurt
Kiin-r.il eeriloe st Mount Morris Rap
tlt Church, rifth nvemis and i;cth
tret. nn Wednesday, July II, 191 S. at
S 1 M Interment Wonliawn Ceme
tery. I'rlVKls. Sun Prancleco, In
.l.in and Paris papers please copy.
Di:Si:il Huddenlv. on July 10, 1JH, In
Netc Ynrk elty. linlel l.i Uoy Drum,
In his forty-ninth year.
Hnuthainptnn, Kvslyn Poor, wife al
Philip Parkhnrst Onrdlner anil dau(h
ter n( Juniei Harper nnd Evelyn llollon
Private eervlrei at I'aathampton Tuai
ilav afternoon. Interment t convan
lenre of family.
IIAI.I.inan Mnry k. i nnn.rv. nauintar
nf the lute Thomas K. and Kiliabtth
l-ftnnery, wife of the 1st Matthew
Itnlllnan and mother of Mary and
PrlT.tie interment in Cslvary lonk place
LCDIM.IM! SuJ.lenlv, st rolnls a Pie,
r.m.il... July It. Maria t'nrel,
ulip.w nf Juiiirs John T. Ludellnr; of
Pmier.ll services at th- hnme of her
Eranilsnn, John T I., lluldiard, t
Hirstllild rn.i'l HrMgepnrt. I'nnn , nn
We.ln-silny. .lulv II, st :ss I M.
Inierment at Mnuntfiln ilrove Ceme
tery. M.INTIIti:. In Ne York city, July 10,
William II.. "gi'l yens, beloved
h i.b.iii.l of Anna Mcluilre of 201
West Ninety IKlh street.
Hr'ailve- and frieihis nrs resie. tfuliv
hiilied to att-ii'l tlie fiiaer.it servp ei
Tii.-ilay evening nt, s I' M !''inerjl
Wedne.il.it lit II A. M Inlrrniant
Ureenwoi.'l I'.uieiery, A rr.i iigemenla
hv t'nderliiker Wllllim Ne. Ker
MUltliAN. -At Seville, Spain, on .li.'v ),
I'll',, (lorn.- lleul.i'ii Merssn .nn of
lis .tt- Henri a H.iU ,ui. M,trah
Sprit, er Mora 111
Net. i. nf fuller il h, re ifler
Sli.NTiiS'- Katherln. f ..ie w.,i. I m'e ,f
A'UUia Wilder Sextei. In tin-,
.it her reslden.e. Hn We.t l!:.iii tr
I'unei al i i v .-e. at t't Mnr i . ..m t v n i.
New fnip. Slnteti la'in.l. rue. I i
.lllh 13 Take 1 10 tm.it n -l il ,.je
II ll.l HI. lllll .ll'l iru ley lltet. Kl'i.l
Syt'lllllf mi We.llie.din. IT " ".f.
I'Urenee N Kqulrea
Meoii'llll sen bo al M . ' . l . ..
SH'. Water sireet, Tue-'lu. in '1
ut 7 15 I' 51
VAN ItUNsisi'l.ALII -lln Jul. M 1.1
West llruiute. N J. M.i-1. It 1'i.tei
ln w nt Stephen Van It. n.- ief jn l
.t i irtlnei ut Hie late I'll til.. A lleek
SI In I
I'ltn'M il s.Ttlce. at (Iraee rnuri h Ns.v
Vnilt iln. Tuesday, July 1.1 .u 11
o'i loci;, il Is leipjesled that nn fliveeri
VV.VNIii:i. -I ni Miinliy .l.i. v II 15' .
Wi ism sniieuie' n. I.eli.v e.i tin. land uf
111 ill. Ilr I: II Will. Irl, In tils alkly
tourlli ye. ir
I H.el.l! cert Let .11 Ills l..le jBllenrt,
S7". Park p .! e llmok'tii iwruesdav
evening ,.t . .1 i In k Interment on
Ws.ne.i,iv fii.triiltir in Moravian
(-.iiiie . r, Ma' ii 1 and