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"HANDS UP" A REAL
SUMMER SUCCESS Often Postponed Piny MenHily Neleonieil Once It Is Seen. I)ANriN(i A I'.Ki FKATl-KK " 1 1 1 ml I'll" .XI the I'orlj.fnurlh Mrrel Tin-ill rr. IP- ml Arm WHf. Mr '. Piiou 'f. y ll'OII head . . Jl M ,r. !:! V ' Klnir I., n. i'.. cl.ilre .... li g, r.oll . . Smii X aisnn. . . , , . J- is- K Inn il v X" i l.iv il. U r. . . . .George llnn.fll Xllre tlnloy .Artie Alrhllniter ihullle l.ea Mnurtcii .Florence Walton ....Alfred Late-It . .. .ll.iM.le Norlli Italph II-rz . Irene Franklin T'. itrrgnors with long memories may hai re, itlcd last night that n play w if k en li n name ns, "Hands l'i" was t.its,"l alKiut In the late spring or It l hi- oidv nimmiT? At nil events It was dlcueil mill It ui announced fur perform I'lc- on more occasions thiin imp.' Itii it was on again, hit again. Flnne-1 ran. until II .illy "Hands IV was re- 1 moved from the list of Impending pIei"uro It wont carefully mill tto llberitcly Itao dry dock to receive the attention of Old Doctor .1. .1. Shtibert, vvho.ls famous for applying the oxygen and other life savors to debilitated musi cal comedy. laist night Mr. Shiiltort took this specimen of his skill out of It bandtges and sot It up on the Mage of tho Forty-fourth Street Theatre. And It proved n sturdy oungstrr, altogether aide to look after Itself. It was very cordially wcloumtl by tlio Urea audience, which found the new piece. altogether to Its liking. It Is amusing, 11m tlnni'iug Is of su.'h a finality to m.tka It altogether the bet of the dancing shows, and tt Is ptesontod u'th .in Investiture of unusual tasto and charm, Then there are plenty of talented performers In tho piece Ralph Horz and Irene Franklin are among the comedians, with such assistants as fleorgo llassell, Alice Dove' and Artie. Alehllnger .it their side. And theio Is a chorus of the freshness of beauty de manded nowadays. Tmi Xel 1 il 1 1 of Movement. Nothing Win more, novel In the first ot than "The Animated Screen," which showed the different characters In tho play plotting the theft of the ruby ring, which was th- single Incident In the play that iKire any relation to a plot. Tho fctaKo seotnel In complete darkness, but one after another various parts of It were revealed until the six tableaux had shown all the characters In "Hands l p" vvorkltu out n iMrt of the stoty It was a very Ingenious scene. Then rtalph lleri. helm.- a detective, was tllsgulsid first as a dentist, and he heroically c irpeiitered the tooth of George Hasoll. who writhed with only the aid and comfort of Irene Franklin, who ns the assistant of tho dentist helped tho lmtlents to stirrer. (!eori;c Haskell was amusing throughout the whole evening because he was more flee from cxaggf ration than actors In uch pl"s nually are. It wa indeed the dancing of Tdaurlco and Florence Walton which after all provided the ni"t mjoyablo moments uf the evening, when here was only ilam.ng to wat"h. although Maurice had a itt.r!et of young men, X'lncent O.tss'.dy. Sedmvl.'k Draper. Stewart Gll mo.o and J tmes Gillespie, to nocomfiaiiy h.m and Miss Walton, and there were o'lier d'm.ers In the cmpany besides Emllio l.ea. Maurice has always b.en the I" -t o the men dan -ers. n he shows a ee:ir f rhythm and balance, a grace and ..in V: wli h none of the others possess..'-, . and Miss Walton Is a prac Usui and competent partner. So there was a much In their dancing to give p.cnmue as there usually Is. And their p.mlclp itlon In the speak In? and Hinging was, unite harmlesi. M.ss Walton's previous experience In mus.cnl plays made her seem more at home than Maurice. His personality Is ica?ing, however, and he iiul'.o ohvl- msly had tho friendship of tho audi ence, nlthough he was more enjoytd . s a d inccr. So the participation of the two, who to Judge by the pro g' urnip, were regarded as the stars of tho tntcrtainmont, was at all times a wuw of pleasure. Miss Walton woro a se'.(8 of highly decoraitlve guwns, hut singularly enoush, Usikel her best in a lathing suit which from the color scheme rivalled Joseph's coat, although it was far tio i-parlng In extent o have served any Hitch puriose. Other Aetors In the l'leer. AUco Iivcy, demure and melnlous, sr.d Artie Mehllnger, never lacking In If-consclousness, danced njid sang up 'o tho best traditions of Hryce and King; Kmllie l.ea had too little, cn- lmunlty to show her tklll as ; n acro batic dancer, Will Hogcrs's quiet humor hs a cmvboy cxpurt with the lariat made nn immedlato ucce.s with the audience, and Itnbblns, a continental Imitator jf musical Instruments, showed nome really novel tricks and very orljlnil humor. Xlfreil Lutell Imltatod a dog with his usual comicality, nnd the bur lfquo of prison reform, with Wcrden Osborne's charges having a thfi dansant and knitting, kept the audience cui Htantjy amused. One of tho scenes passed tfore a background of curtains des sr.ed by ltaron do Meyer, which sup plied nn artistic and novel tioto In tho d 'iratlon. It was agalnrt this drap f'i that Maurice and his partner danoc.1 a I dish mazurka, which was equally u t j. ed to both of them. With their success In ballroom dancing, It must ,i o been dlltlcult to get their own eorfe:,t to do nnythltig which showed ' mii to such disadvantage. Neither ol i' I, revealed the slightest tituv of un 'I'rrindlng as to what Tollsli " xr.o inc - e Dovey's dance with tl.o )oun? H" mi were load' to shower her li weir), tile beautiful waltr. of v and Miss Walton and the final -r ti is.scd in u very modern i" l loinbin'd mi -h colors n i'il in iiive III decoration. Hut c" is always Btriklmr by its I i. ngy arc i,ult0 u 'to the m aid Hi. io Is humor enough. " " ,;ir, ,ng Is iiiicomonly tine: l o fresh fiom the blind" I .- u'.o t, is a genulr i mid ' hi i ess PlM n ml I'll) em, ll Pni.ep announced yesterday II tv b id the first farco based on i' sii'iition nhroad. It Is by ' M I'vlc! "i nil l to be called I is" since Sir. Frnzro admits i ti io fondnesii for poker titles. " title called "Sherman Was 1 is under consideration, Another ' " f "0 which Sir. Friizto will pio iliicf went hitn rehearsal yesterday. It ' "ft) other Mason," b Seymour i row. . and Henry Lewis. Frank Ate I'1 Do Witt Jennings, fleorgo Par i " n (1 Simula Kburno nro to be In In fierformanct). T' o Savoy Producing Comiiany, of n)l o Paul Phlllpp.lH the president and A'tolf Phlllpp Is stage director, will give J IM llrst offering "Two Is Company," '' Paul Hervo and Joan Briquet, au thors of "Alma." When Lea DltrloliHtoln again Is scon. In S'cw York It will not be under tho manaivnent of David Ilelasco. Cohan ' JlKrns will present him In a now tiY of hlB own nuthorship called "Jean' raurd." WEBER AND FIELDS FIRST BOSS IS DEAD Siegfried Cronhelm (hive Lew mid Joe n Chance i Ills Ho lioUen Music Hull. THKY STAHTEI) AS HUSK It may be news to the oldest and best Informed of llroadwny's first nlght rrs that onco upon n time Joe Weber and Lew Fields committed n perform ance In which Joo and Lew, wearing silk shirts nnd natty green knickerbock ers, eloRilanccd their way to tho centre of the stage, Kinging: We are two IrlMi ladi , From far ncrriM the sfR. From Tlppersry we do mm. Two Irifh lads are we. Over at Oronhelm's Theatre In Ho hoken, "about thirty years ago," as Joe Welii r admitted reluctantly yesterday, when told of Mr. Cronhclm's death, Weher and Fields, then mere young Mers, cams onto the tano thus arrajed and tried to convince llohoken that they were two Irish lads. A llohoken audience at Cronhelm's on the nlRht of tlila the first ap pearance on any professional stage of llttlo Joe and the lanky, youthful Lew, took ono good look anil said they didn't believe the song and dance tea'iu. Fur thermore, said lloboken, nobody In that vicinity was Interested In Irish lads to the extent of buying tickets to hear them boast about their native green Isle. Wherefore, Joe and Lew, wise be yond their years, switched at the next performance to their Immortal Mrytr an l .UU-e, and began to choke each other nightly to fame and fortune. Theso bits of Mage history came to light yesterday when news was received on Hroidway of tho death of Kiegfrled Cronhelm lit his home, at 360 Clinton nvciiue, Newark. Newark knew Mr. Cronhelm as among tho foremost of northern New Jersey real estate opera tors, reputed to be wealthy and with extensive otllcfs at Newark's busiest corner, Uroad and .Market streets. lie IlruiiKlit (lilt l.riv unit Joe. Hut thratregoerH doubtless will re member Mr. Cronhelm gratefully as tho man who "brought out" In his little llohoken theatre not only Weber and Fields, but Lillian lturscll, Sam Ber nard, Ward and X'okes, Fat Itellly, Scan- ' Ion ami Cronlu the Scanlon of the team , being the late William J. Scanlon and, j a Joe Weber put It yesterday, "almost , everybody.1' "Fifteen dollars n week each, or J30 I for a team, was what we got," Joe ' Weber said yesterday, when Tut: Sun i reporter told him of Mr. Cronhelm's ! death and asked for reminiscences. ' 'Sam Bernard got f 15 a week too. Kveryhody did no more or no less. If Hooth and Harrett had got a Job at Cronhelm's theatre they'd have been I paid fifteen bucks each, like the rest of us. That was the rule of the house. "Lew and I were all swelled up when I Cronhelm gave us our first chance at fifteen per each. We did two shows every night In tho week, hlinday nights ' Included. Hut we saw two great ad vantages Jn the Job; we got our fifteen bucks, and we didn't have to work dur ing the day time. That was the life." Thirty years ago the Kast Side, with the exception of Joo Weher, Lew fields . and a few others, was tioiinlated iv men nml women of Irish birth and Ihclrltbroe years In Homo at the American' American born sons and daughters. ' Academy. The fortunate young men Siegfried Cronhelm. who had ben will receive J1.000 a year for three years , brought here from Horlln when a iluld . ,, .,.,i,.. . and had got bis first job as an errand ',J wl" nlfo ,lftv,! ,h! "PI"""11? . I bi.y In llloomingdale's More, saved enough travel. There are four scholarships, to open a little music hall In St.mto.i those In the departments of painting, .street. Ills Kast Side audiences wanted llr(.iltecture. sculpture and landscape i Irish song and dance teams served with ..... their drinks of an even ng. ' Their First Tryuul. Siegfried Cronhelm, then In his teens. obliged Kast Slilers so successfully that he soon blossomed out as proprietor and malinger of Cronhclm's Theatre In . llohoken. So ono day little skinny .too land tall and lanky Lew made their way io iiiiuuiii'ii aiui usittii t,romieim, wuoe part 01 mat periou was u pupu oi i.huk i Irish song and dance teams Joe and las X'olk, with whom he studied antique, Lew had gazed at enviously down In, figure and drawing. He won a silver Stanton street, to give them a tryout. j medal and the Hallgarteu composition The youthful XX'cber and Fields were.prireof 1.10. alirt even III those days for nn answer to the question which stane folk always low ship In sculpture. Is a nntlve of have asked themseleH and always will. I'nlon Hill, N. J.. where he now lives. "What does tho public wantV" Tho nu- He studied at tho Art League in New dlences Joe and lw always had seen ' York and at the New York School of wanted Irish song and d.meo teams, j Art, where he won an honorable men Irish sketches, Irish comedians and irUh "' waH """ ut thr "iree competl ballad singers. I tors who got into the finals at tho com- Hut not lloboken! On the first night i the two boya made an entrnnco ivlileh thev had long rehearsed and wlil-n n: least Joe mid Lew had decided was par I tlcularly neat. "We are two Irish lads," Joo and Lew , began with a quaver, and lloboken sat , up. " Minus mlt ihni 1" yelled lloboken. nnd for u time It looked ns If tho iniw I career of tho unknown team of Webor and Fields had died aborning "Hut," said Weber yesterday, "after Lew and I talked it over we decided that !f the Kast Side Irish wanted Irish stuff the llohoken (leininns probably wantc.l ' Dutch stuff. So I padded up my waist line and we got a couple of fried egg hats and wo became Meyer and .Ulfco. And from that night up to the Inst night Lew and I played together recently 1 w.ih chronically choked to death." Almost the Siune Act, "Was tho act you did over nt Cnm heim'H tho s.imo you and Sir. Fields do now'."' Air. XX'cber was asked, "Almost, but not aulte." sighed the diminutive comedian, "Tho great nif ferenco Is that In those days wo did tno name act wo do now except that then wo could do ll a darn sight better tn.m now." Air. Cronhelni made money during h'.s ownership of the llohoken theatre, which lie ran fmm early In tho 'SOs until l MM Then a blue law agitation was 'ei,i n HKllinsi ioritiiic.il m-i tin iiiaoi.cn tei nun- j nays, ano air. i loioicnii iuukiii ugaiasi I.I.... .... i.. .....i ,. ..inn.n....i.. lull iijfj "imi.iim iuiih mi'i .n' llhuiuuni that his savings melted awav. Ho opened n real estate office then In Newark and met with success so pro nounced that In a hhort tlnio he nol only was onco :noro on his feet finan cially but growing wealthy. During recent months his Illness, cancer, kept him from nctlvo work. Sir. Cronheiiu was in his lift) -sixth yenr. He is sur vived by n widow and flvo sons, CHANCE FOR OPERA CHORUS. llelicnrsals 'ht Unilrr W- for .Next Season, It Is customary to prepare choristers for the Metropolitan Opera Ilouso dur ing tho summer months, and to that end hearings urn hold every wcok In tho clwrus school, There Is always a ptcf etence for Americana with fine voices, nlthough slngem ot all nationalities are enrolled, Tho school Is freo nnd provides an opportunity to learn foreign languages, sight rending nnd a knowledge of icper folre, Kdnardo Perrl, who Is In charge of tho school, announced yesterday that there were only a few vacancies unit that those who expect to apply should do bo at once, 4 WIN FELLOWSHIPS FOR COURSES IN ITALY! American Aciulemy in Home Announces the Successful Competitors. The American Acndemy In Home an nounced yesterday tho winners In' the competition who will be entitled to spend Kano-nnm. The nrlze In painting was won by Itussell Cowlcs. who Is a student of the National Academy of Design, He was born In 1 SS7 In Des Slo.nes, Iowa, anil studied for a year nnd a half at Cornell. Then he went to Dartmouth, where ho remained for three years and was grad- i uated in 1909 with the degree of It. A. 1 He studied for four years and during Joseph 1Z. Itenler, who won tho fel Petition for iu prize u nome iasf enr. The fellowship in architecture went to Phllin T. Shutze, who was born in , Augusta, C.a., and studied first In tho Cleorgla School of Technology and took the degree of bachelod of science. Uiter ho came to Columbia College nnd studied In tho school of architecture. Kdward CJ, Lawson. who won the fellowship In landscape gardening, Is n natlvo of Huf. falo. For flvo years he studied In the Cornell School of Landscape Cnrdeii Ing, There ho took tho degree of bach elor of science, i " '3 "ot. tliought that the war will, In ' "' ny Interfere with the sojourn of , tho fortunate uuartet In Home. They ' Plan to arrive there about the beginning of October. The competition this year is said to have discovered unusual talent among the contestants, Tho drawings will be put on exhibition on Slonday In the assembly room of the Fine Arts Building, where they may bo seen until September. Tho students who have finished their three years In Home nnd are expected to I return In October to thin country lire Kenneth K. Carpenter, John c.regory, Kzru .XX'Inter and Kugeno F. Savage. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. The third for this season of tho morn lug muslcales arranged by Airs. It. XV. Hnwkesworth will tako place to-day at Oak Hill Farm, tho iiumrrcr homo of J. Amory Haskell in Ben ii.iiik. . I ' Sir. and Sirs. XV Starr Sillier have gone to Now-port for tho remainder of tho season. Airs. J. fl. K, Lawrence and St Hi Klcanor Lawrence, who have been pass Ing some time at Southampton, L 1., have gono to Bar llatbor. Me. Sirs. Itlchatd Stevens has gone to New. port fur u brief visit. Sho will bo at the 'Slucuchlligcr King after August 1 for tho remainder of tho season. Sir. and Airs. Henry Kelly Brent will he the guests for several days of Air. ami Alls. Lawrence L. Gillespie In New port. Air. and Airs. Philip Ashlon Holllns, who nro passing the summer at their countty place at Piping Hock, L. !., nro at tho Gotham for a brief slay, Air. and Airs Henry Forbes SlcCreery are lit the Oriental, .Manhattan Ileach, for tho sunw-or. Sirs. Henry Hanford, who Is making a motor trip from her home In Hldgelleld, Conn., to Southampton, L. I., Is at tho sji Hrgls for a brief visit. Sir. and Sirs. B. unmer Welles hnvo returned from Southampton and me al the Itltz-Carlton. Mrs. Alexander Laughlln of Pittsburg la At the Blltmore for a few day. THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915. Will he return with N. Y. GIRL PLAYS BALL AT NARRAGANSETT Miss Antoinette Hloo(lrooil At-j tracts Interested Specta- tors to the Ilench. ! NAMlAnANSRTT PlEII. It. I.. Jill' 12. .Miss Antoinette llloodgood of New York 1 featured as a baseball player of con- j einble ability on the beach to-day. ' Playing with the men, she amared every ( one by her accurate throwing and expert j catching of the ball. j Scarborough Beach drew a good pail of the Pier crowd to-day. Including the following New Yorkers Sirs. Philip ' StectiKiii. Sir and Sirs John It. Fell. I .Mr. and .Mrs. C. It. Snowdcn, Miss Lucia ' Chase, Sllss Lisa Norrls. Kilward N. Smith and Wlster and Kmleii Itaudolpli. . On the Point Judith golf entice were: II Sllss Marguerite Present!, .Mrs. Irving II. Chase, .Mrs. K. F. Burke. Slis. Will- lam Harding Jackson, Mrs. i:owlandi Hazard, Sirs Itush Sttirgis, SIis Paulino l Dlsston. the Sllsres Beatrice and Hit- i tlllclc de Cnppet, Misses Kllzabeth and -i Slue O'Uorman and Sllss Bessie Samuel Point Judith will play the Jamestown Country Club over the former's links to-morrow In the return match. Sir. and -Mrs. Walter S. Hackney mo tored over from Bristol to-day and en tertained at luncheon for -Mrs Walter Hidden. Sirs. .Morris King Watihburn and .Mrs. Frederick S, Jencks. Miss Cornelia Loldy entertained at luncheon at Belvolr on the itocks for Sllss Hopo Hcalo and Sllss Pauline Dlss ton Truxtnii Beale. Sliss Hope lleale and Ml Antoinette, llloodgood of New X'orl; will llioifir io .cwiiurt ui-iiioi i nw -ms-. llloodgood and Mr. Healo will take luncheon with Airs. August Belmont. Airs. Julius Flelschmnnn of (Mucin natl entertained at the Casino this noon. Covers were laid for seven. XX'alter S. Hackney gave a luncheon for sewn, 'be parts- including Mr. and Mm. .1, 1), Mill4 of New X'ork. Airs. J. vX". Salisbury was hostess at a luncheon for five. Allss Lucia Chase entertained at tea this afternoon, the guests Including Allss Antoinette llloodgood, Nelson Al. liraves and Allss Lisa Norrls of New Yolk. The Aiken Itedblrds defeated the Cam den (Irasshnppers l!''i to f,i4 at the Point Judith Polo Club this afternoon. New Yolk arrivals Include; Alnthew- Mm .....I l,. lniu. V Unlluline. K. II.' 51 vers. '.Miss -Myers, Sllss Lii'.iaii A. Craig: Imperial -Sllss l.hiibeuth Danlke. Sllss draco Taylor, Sirs. F H. Doughty TENNIS RESULTS AT NEWPORT. Sellll-lllilll Bniinil In lliinillcnp Mixed Dnuliles PlitM'il. NliWfoiiT. July 22. Silk coat sweat ers ate extremely popular with tho women of the summer colony this )oar, and the variety of colors that are worn each morning at tho Casino mains It an extremely pretty picture. This whs especially trite this morning about the tennis courts, when the semi-final round In tho hnndlenp mixed doubles was played. Sirs. Banter XX'allneh and Craig Blddle, Sirs. J. Gordon Douglas and William P Bunion vXero tho successful pairs. They will meet In the final to-morrow for tho cups offered by Clar nco W. Dolan. Sits. Henry Barton Jacobs gave a dinner at Whllehoini to-night, and Sirs. II. 5!oK, Twomhly was a luncheon hoMesi at X'luclaud this afternoon. Sits. John Thompson Sliencer will glio a dinmr tiwnonmv night ami unothir the follow ing i veiling. Sits. Charles Slay Oel rlchs will give a lunchtnu to-mot row fur woman Miiffrngc enthusiasts. There is to be another llmvcr show on August 12 and 111. Arrangements weie tnailo at a meeting of the Now port lint den -Club at the house of Sirs. Charles Ftederlck Hnitmnn to-day. Sits. Johnson of New York Is visit ing Sirs, Dudley Davis: Alias .Marlon Stoddaid In visiting Sirs Stuart Dun can anil Sir. and Airs. William J. Alei win of New X'ork ale tho guests of Sir. and Sirs. James llrlswold Wetitz, Sllss (lerttude Hnyt of Stattsburg Is visit ing Sirs. Ogiletl Stills. Slis Thome Coleman is visiting Sirs William SI Hunter. C. Giand d'llautevlllo has pur chased another piece of property, In creasing the ilz of his summer estate. H Is now the owner of an entire block. an olive branch? , f SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. WOMAN SPKFn.MiE PAHTY. Noon Mi met mentln at IS V.itl Thlrty-foarth mrtet. 1 P. M. tin' I.eacu for Woman Suffrage, conference at 70 XVnll trft. P. M. .street m-i'tln: fifth A nibly illitrlrt. at liulnou and XXVst Ttnih trcet, .in norifiiK In Thirty tlilrif Acmbly dlntrlct. S:J0 I. Mretlngk. Tmty-nlnth A"fmbly illitrlrt. at Mailtian aenu and Flfiy-iTtnth treit, l'lfty.ttenth street nnd Tlilrd aenu, Colutnbut Circle, Kevcnty-niith tret and I.tx Inelon nicniif, HlKhty-slxth mrftt ami I'jrk atrnue. Twenty-third Atn'mbly illnirlrt. st I . 1st itrrt and .St. Mtho frf. avrnur. 9 P .l i:iihtn At.embly dl'trlct menlng at 11 Kldrl.iite trt. WOMAN'S POI.ITICAI. PNION. Noon Meetlnr nt Broadway and TMrty-.luli itrrn. y P. .M. Metlnir, Tnenty-io'conil Fenuiorlal dlmrlct. ut Tremnnt and Vu!ieter i.ruf. Sixteenth Sena tcrtjl it. strict, at I'iret avenue and h,i. nt -third street .31 P- -M- Meeting!, Twentieth senalcrUI dlftrict. nt liTMi treet and fierond aunui and 110th -treet and riftli aenu9. SUFFRAGE PLANK SAFE. 1'oni.tlttit liioiil Contention Corrects Aini'iiiliiiciil Krror. Al.liANi. July The Constitutional Convention to-day corrected Its error made last week concerning the woman suffrage plank. The -Marshall amendment providing - f ,. . ... , ''' ' f ." u.." " "'"' """Vngo onendtnent , Ms nnopteil at file polls next fall it shall liceomc a part of the new Constitution If adopted, or If the new Constitution Is not adopted, a part of tho present i onsiiiuiiiiu, was riporieit as a com I jmttec bill fiom tho suffrage commit- YOUNG ARTISTS' SHOW ENDS. J Architect., I'oIIok S'rl ill .Xlrs, XXhlliicj's Studio, I The evhlliltion of the picture of the Friends of X'oung Artists, which has I ,"1( f"' "" l",s' month In Co stu-, dlo of Mrs. Harry- Payne Whittle, in West 1 light h street, was brought to a closo rstcrd.ty. The sucli ty pi now at work on the exhibition of the sketches' of young architects, widen will begin In the same place on Septonil'or 1.",. Tl.ero will bo thlueen prizes for the young ar chitects, as thoie wen: for the paiuteis and tho emptors. Tim work of the young artists will lie sent from all parts of tke country. Sirs. Whinny Un olfetiil ten prizes. n I sho did before, and 1. Sanford Saltus, 1 who gavi tho third prize for the exhllii. Hon of the work of the sculptois, will do the sitne for tho forthcoming exhibi tion, with tr-o condition that tho prize shall go to an architect of foreign birth. 1 J. Stuait IHiekton, who offeied the third p-ize for the young palnteis, will do the same for tho architects. Tho Hist prize of $2011 and a Mcoml of $100 liav'u i not yet been given. otto 11. K.Um and Ilennlng Fry have, Iflwn 1 1. M"0 each. It Is proposed to I add tho nanio of Sir. K.ihn to the ad-1 visory board, whloh now includes Kllhu Itoot, Sirs. II. P. Whitney and Joseph Clioatc. Mrs, 11. Cnter-Kurr Kimnued. Tho engagement Is announced of Sirs K, C.ilir-Karr, daughter of the late Aniai Cater, to Charles Marvin Bald win of this city Sir, Baldwin Is a graduate of XX'illtams College. Ho is thu son of Sir. and Sirs. Simeon Baldwin of ,122 Lexington avenue. No date has been set for tho wedding, which will tako place In the iiiilu'im .1, I', .Mormiii ruUlim on Xnclil, J. P. Slorgan, apparently entirely ns-ovepd from tho shot tiled by Frank i Holt, li crullng up and down the coast' mi his yacht, tho I'.ns.ilr. Ho wnulil havo retained in his Wall slieef ottlcfl i tills week, It Is said, If his physicians had not advised the cruise. Ho expects to return to his office next Monday, MANY SOCIAL AFFAIRS IN COLONY AT LENOX .Mr. ami .Mrs. fort Intuit V. llislmp (Jive Picnic Other Kntertaiuments. t.BNox. SIas., July 22 Mr. and Sir'. Cortlandt F. Bishop gave a picnic In tho Htlderburg Slouutnlns In Now York, sixty-five miles from Lenox, tn-diy. Sir. and Slis. Chauncey M. Deper.' and Baroness Andre pa,ld a visit to the New Lib mini Shakers to-day for a veg etarlar. dinner at the home of the North Family. Sir. and Sirs. Kdward II. Delafleld arc visiting with Sirs, lieorge W. Folsom. Mis. K. J Com II entertained at din ner to-night at Belvolr ten ace for SI irquls and Slarqulse Del Pltiar dc Ulo, who are at Hotel Asplnwall. Mrs. A. M Tinker of Boston, touring with .Mr. and Sirs. James McLean, l is' a giien lug containing Jewels valued at II. on" fmm an automobile between Hint Lee and Lenox this afternoon. Mifs llarilrt K. X.clles entertained at luncheon at Curtis Hotel Miss lieotgl anna Sargent and Sllss Annie Lyman of Boston. Sits. Kdwlu T. Bin- wis host ess in stocKiirnigc at hm tnis niter noon, Koelker i titfitalnlng for Alls- Annaielia A Powell. Sir. and Sirs. Herbert Parsons and family are leaving the Hist of next week for Newport to pass August at the villa of Unity Clews. Sir. and Mis. Frederick S. Delafleld i enteitalind to-night at dinmr at Little Farm. , Sir. and Sirs. Charles I. Livingston are lsltlng with -Ml. and Sirs. Charles S Mcllen at Council Hill, In Stockbrtdge. , Airs. Oscar laslgl gave ,i luncheon at ! Clover Croft io-da for Sirs. XVll'.iatn Al.irsh.ill Bullitt and SIi-s 51.trg.iiet Hale, who are her gue"ts. There win a large tea at the Lenox Club this afternoon, tefresliments being j seiM'd under trees on toe lawn ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. of I be Niiinco Itcccoll) Placed on (lie IteulNlers. Ncllieiland -Sir. and Sirs. Francis Coon'tz. ButTiilo, N Y , Sir nnd Sirs. J. K SlcConnill, Boston Ili-cslln--Mi. and Sirs. T. D Darling, ton. Charles', hi. S. C . .1. B. Ives, W. iiituctnu. I Ll. Kidoket hooker ll. C Barry, Stnnire.il . It I. Protiilllt, ngdeti, Utah; C. K. Am buver, SIinneaMils. Sllnn. Slanliattan- Sir and Sirs. Thomas W. Stiong, Lenox, Slass. , Sir. and Sirs. .1. T. Jackson, Slllivaukee, Wis. Gotham Air. and Sirs. F. )t. Van vechten. Little Falls, N. X'. : Sir anil Sirs. T. C. Lee, Philadelphia, SI. .1. O'Hrlen. San Francisco. Savoy Sir. and Sirs. T. K. Slaton, SI. Louis: Sir. and Sirs. S. A. Feigeison, 1'lttshuir;. lirralne Senator K. ll rimwn, Wa. tertown, N. Y. , Sirs. I) II. Holmes, oe tr.rville, .Mass. Prince George S. A. Lewis, Provi dence, It. I ; Alice .Murphy, Lcwlston, Idaho. andetbllt Woiiilfonl Clay. Paris, Ky. ; D. P. Brady. Baltlnmie. St. Begls-Alr. and Sirs. T. I). Post, Cleveland, O. ; IV. I. Boss, .Milwaukee, Wis. Albert XV. I.eltoy Uriel, Baltimore, Sir. and Sirs. H. P. Hughes, KvnnHvllle, Ind. Collliigwooii- W Cunningham, Klytla, O. ; Thcodoie T Toole. Columbus, (l. I .a il : il t on Slis Nellie F, Fraser, Jacksonville, Fla . Sir and Slis. 51. Slul. Ilgan, Siiillmry, Canada. Illltuiore Sir, and Sirs John 11. Wynne, Slontieal; Air. and Sirs. F. S. Chariot. St Louis, K. B. vVhalloy, siief lleld, KliglanU ; G. H. Slelili uin, London. Slc.XIpIn - J. .1. Sveiiinngsen. Byglanil, I'lnland: Olaf Haakonseii, Byglatid, Fin land; Sir. and Slis. C. 51 Gilchrist, To lonto. Canada; Sllss Lennlo ili.iy, Bteiil wood, KiikI.-iiiiI ; James A Iloliertsou nod Sllss SI. ItohcrlHon, Brisbane, A mini II i Slat llnl(iis Carl Ittinport. Pldln'cl- phla ; Henry D. Itogeis, Balllmori , Sir and Sits. SI. L, Adler, Dayton, o . John Andrew, Watt I loo, U. , XX. A. Bowles. Chicago. C. A. JAMISON DIES AFTER OPERATIONS .loll n A rlMif file's Xephexv, Whose Motlier (Sot, Tlilnl of (iiriil Kslntc. HIS LAHOH HKXKF ACTIONS Charles Arhuckle Jamison, nephew of the late John Arhuckle, died In Itoose elt Hospital yesterday morning fol lowing operations for abdominal trouble. Ilo became scrlouily 111 last week, his condition requiring an opera tion. Atinthf-t mutr: ill, m followed on I Tuesday. Sir. Jamison was head of tho finan cial and raw sugar department of Arhucklo tiros., 71 Water stleet, and wim aNo pi evident of the X'lU'iium Sales Company, L'ol Fifth avenue, and a direc tor in the Motiougahela National Hank of Pittsburg. He was llf yeats old. I lie son of Itob ert and Catherine ArhucMo Jamison, and wiu hoin in Allegheti, I'a. lie was educated at Lawiencevllle and I'rlnee ton, leav.ng the un'M'islty before grad uation to take a position with the Pitts burg branch of Arhuckle llros. He was transfened to the head office In New I York alxnit six ears ago. lie was unmarried. His mother. Mrs. Catherine ArbucMe Jamison, hi came holr to one-thlid of the gnat Arhuckle i state when .lolin ArliUiklo died ml. slate on .Match 1-'. 1!U2. Mrs. Jaiiiicoii and her slater, .Miss Catherine Aibuckle. weie thin taken us partners into the linn, which had consisted of John Arhuckle and William A. Jamison. William A. Jamison, brother of Clonics. Is head of the Ar- I iilirktn huxImwH. Charles A. Jamison was a member of I'hnioiitli Church, Brooklyn, and gave It the Arhuckle Slemorlal, an In stitution for working loys and girls. He was well known for his ph.lanthrop. Among his benefactions were addition , to tho Brooklyn and Long Island hospi tals costing f.luo.linu npiecc. 1 1 let summer home was at Lakewood, N. J, In tho city ho lived at the Hotel I SIntgnret, Brookl.Mi, which belongs to I the Jamison family. H. CLAY FORD. Miuinucr of 'Mica I re In XX'lilch Lincoln Was Sluil, H Clay Ford, minager of Ford's Theatro In XX'aH .Ington at the tlnio President Lincoln was shot In that play houe, died yesterday at St. .Mniy's Hos pltnl, Paswilc, following an operation. .Mr. Ford waH "Z eats old. Ilo whs associated with his biother, John T. Foril. In the control of the two theaties bearing the family name, one ill ash.t,ii Brjan. II liiKton. r. e other In r.aitimoie. .ir. Foul's wife was Blanche Chapmin, teie He has been living of recent ;irs at laither.'onl, N. J. ruree sons survive him. 1 T. e funeral will be held al Ilutherford I to-niotrow. XX' u land II, II did. Boston'. Juh 22 XX. 1 la lid Hicliaiu- wui Benedict, need 'IT. emeritus professor of philosophy the Cnlverslt of Cln-. clnn.iti, died last mghl at Arlington j Heights after several montns illness He was for thirty-two years professor of lnjnl.i. ,it lli.. miH..rs IV. K Kilt war ago he became emeritus profcsMir and gave up active work. Prof. Benedict was born lt! Itoehester. N. X'.. was ar.nliiatcd from the I Hut lty of Itoehester In And was or dained M the Bapt.st m.tiistn. He be came past.ir of a church In Alt. Auburn, uhln. In 1 TT. he was aplio'iiti.l piofe sor of philosophy at the I'alvcisity of Cincinnati. .loll ti II, lllitcrl. John II. Kldcit, r.2 years old. mem. her of an old Long lslai.d family, died at his home in l. fTeits avenue. Itich nioiid Bill, on XVednc-day. He was the first president 'f 'he Aljuiiaian Hun Club of Jamaica and was one of the or ganizers .r.id a dliect.ir In the First Na tion il Bank of Jam ilea. He was also 'i meniliei of the lilchin "lid Hill Asmcla tlon. tli Jamaica Vueian Volunteer Fli omen's Association, the Tanvaqua Wrc.ltiun of Jamaica, the Itoyal Ar. ..ilium, the I'.lks and the Masonic order. He is suiviwil by bis wife, a son, Henry C Kldett, and a daughter. Sits. Cor. Mr snoiiroril 'Iciolnu. II i.irv, N July 2 Sir Saiidfurd F'em.ii.-. civil engir.tcr. scientist and untitle man. died to-d.iN lie was x yeats old IPs llrst tmportart work was in the 't'n., when he conducted a survey for the Tit f-t link of a i.idwav fiom the Atlantic to the Pacific within British tetrltorj. This railroad was the Inter colonial and lie was Its chief engnuer. Literature ami scleiitillc reseaii'li is't ll pled his later yells. lie was elected chancellor of tjuoen's I'tuwrMtv ,n lssn, which otilce he lllled f.ii "iioic than Hurt." vears. Two sons mrvlw him PellT .1. Xtitler. I Peter J. Miller. v I, dl I Wcdiies Jackson I day night at his home, avenue, Long Island i'iIv 'in liorniany ,md came to He was liorti this country In 1 lie was a clgarmakor, nnd some time ago ll was estimated that he had made more than l.noil.nnii , Igars by hand. lie newt used a machine 'Ills wife, font sons and two il illglitci ! survive him. dlH',1 XX', I'liirU. I II viiti'oiio. Conn, July 211 Svilney iXVilUims CI irk, Paiikei and broker and a !i .sceiuleni i p!"M.lnent New Kug ,1111111 fanul. died t.i-da at his home In j this city, lie was lioin in Waterliuiy on Dccemiiur 21. Isv'. the son ot Sidney I Lyman and Nancj P.usotit Clark, and inalllcd Amelia S Hay of New- York city In l'Jil Besides his wife tin leaves la younger limt'nr ind a sister. j VllUllstlls II, sinlili, , Augustus It Sn Hi, TiTi, tin New X'oik I'l'pi cs, I ' t i v i "f tin flim o' Ncwcombe, t i: ,,ln i'' i iV i-' of Hen-,. It. died on XYoiliicsiiiiy al 'n home, 1701 Alber millc load, l-'l.u Inisli Ilo was a Irus- tee of lh Pintpri I HeigliiH Piesliylcrian ( Chili-, li .'i,l a nn ipIm r of th. Kntokcr 1 lio.-ke Field fill". Ills wife and a I d, taglilcr stu v lie him. I WILIS AND APPRAISALS. SiianivMi Ntt.'W liNHAi s, who died Feb. mm 21 last, left M'Jii.ns;, of whim 272eil.r. was In leal estate He lie. oneatliisl a life inteiest in 2fl'i.li',7 to his wiil'nv, KliDibeth Nicwenliatin, wMch 1 goes io I'd- ohlldieii on hi r dis'ith. j Kmaviii. Kvtz. iv hn dleil Slaich ft, I p.i HI. hit !i'.i,7n to four sons ,,liil two daiig'itci s. Mviuv W DiT.vtMi, w h-i died June 2.1 PU2. left f:i,7o.", In tier sou and thr.c langhtei s. llll.MIV Ml'K FkIiIIIIMI. W. n d'eil Mm- I', lust. ic:'I IT' IH Io Ills ul. I, hi. ,.,.1 I daughter. XlosTs l.ow rss-t i ts, who did Aprl i:,. 1 : 1 1 , left fs7..'HI. .ill of vvhiili wii.i to iclotiv.i. eX'.i't li Mia each to the i Hebrew Ti .-tin ' ..l lusttintn and Hie N'eiv Yolk Institution fm ihe Instruciioii of It'o Deaf anil Dilinb. 44- BRETTON WOODS ARRIVALS. Scleral Kiilcrtiiliiinciils (llten hr Itesorl X Isltors, HntTTON Wool's, N. II., July 23. Sirs. William K. du Font of Wilming ton, with the Sllsses Slary and Nnfallf du Font, Sirs. S. F. Townscnd nnd Stlss Townsend, have arrived at the .Mount Pleasant, to remain until September. Sirs. Thomas Dymond, Sirs, Cabot Jackson and Sir. and Sirs. Shirk S. Willing etilertnlticl lit tea to-day. Sir. and Sirs. Julian limbeit of New York motored to the Mount Washington for luncheon with Sir. nnd Sirs. W. 1'. Ordway of Skow liegiui. Sic., ami Sir. and Sirs. S. D. Brewster arrived there from the Profile House. T. Ulllls Todd tuotored over to llret ton Woods from -Crawfords to give n dinner In the Cne gtill at the .Mount Washington. SIIsh .Marlon Butlci of New X'ork and Sirs. Harry Hoitnu of Providence ale giving an auction ami hcatt part) of twelve tables at the Miitiutiiiti X'lew II mi , WhltctMl, lids evening. Sllss Win Hnkkcleti of New York will open her villi at Int. rnle soon. The Ilev Dr. II II. Nichols of New York will open his summer home at Intervale August I. Sir. and Slis. V F Dumqiaiiuh have arrived from their country place on the Hudson to spend the summer at tho Slaplcwnoit lintel. SHss .Margaret Talor of New York Is at the Inteivale House, cluipcronf d by her aunt, SI is. J. II. Parsons of b'alem. BUSY SEASON AT HOT SPRINGS. Several XMlori il- lllniier nml Ti'.t I'nrllo. Hot Srmviis. V.i.. July DlimeiK were given nt the Iloinefead last night by Sirs. Archibald M. McCree, Mrs, St. John Wood nnd Sirs Ji-amio Wilkin. Twenty of the young penph, of tho summer colony here made up u horse back parly, riding to Boxwood Farm for a' picnic supper last night, Harry C. .Mllliolland, Jr.. Charles Iritis Palms, Jr., and Jewett Boss Todd urn going on a tramping trip to th summit of Warm Springs -Mountain to morrow. Staunton Williams of Hartford Is the guest of Alexander Ne.Ue 2d nt Fearn cottage, which has been Ie.ied for tho summer by Mr. and Slr. Charles Neavo of New York. llotess'M at teas at the Casino thin afternoon worn Sirs. Samuel Hinds Thomas, Sirs. A. Kelly Kvan, Mrs. Stanley L. Wolff and Sirs. Ceorgu Nel i. on. .More, than a hundred of the hotel and cottage colony weie on the links this morning, and s' tennis courts wero taken this afternoon. Th Mlsaes Dun kip and tin. Sllsses Palms played tennis. Tho ImnVop girls and .Mr. Archibald SI. SlcCrea wctc r.dlng this morning, and others out In the saddle to-day were Sirs. St. John Wood, Sliss Slary li. Brooks, Sllss Slary D. Clark. Mrs. Koehler, Sllss Warrington, Slastor Fred- ( . Schuyler and Henry uney. Donald A. Black of Now X'ork Joined his fnther. Dr. llob.it A. Black, at tho Homestead this morning. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. XX'ATiaini'liV, Conn., .Itilj 22 --Atnong tli. motor ai ri als at II "h i Kltmi on the Ideal tour weie Sir. and Mrs. Arclnr SI. Huntington, New York i Pit ice-Ai iow l . Sir. ai.d Sirs. James H. Slclnhardt. New York (Pcim-eotl; Air. and She I. A. I liiiuv and Sllss 'irace New X'otu i 1,11 .in 'li I . .hi aim .ins ,i. i,. Bailer, Bay Slioie, N .1 i Loci mu Idlu) ; Mr. mid .Mis. W. A. Sandfurd, I New X'ork I ( lids mobile 1 , Mi. and Air. ' F. L. Potter a id part. Ni-w X'oi k llliilck) : Sir. and Slis I. I. 'i ler, Ne.- Yoik (Clmlmeis) SI. S. ChaHtcii, Detto.t i I'a. 'K.itil I . Ml. ami Sirs .hcii V. ffa iiis,,j t Boh.o. il-raii. lllll . T. XV. White and pari, New ton. Slass. (Pope llaitr.iiil) . Sir and 5Il. X. .1. 11.1 hold IMtstlelil, Mi ii. iCtialtners). I.i;miv, Slass. .lull, 22 - Motor ann als at Until Aspiuwafl lo-da.v Include: Sir. and Sirs, .hums .Xlcl.cin. si is. A. SI. Tinker, Slis. John K. Howe. N. w X'oik I Packard l: Sllss Louise I'onl. Sir. and Sirs. J. Warren Biiiterwor h, M " l.oulsi Butterwoitii, I 'Ml I .i I.-, ill l:l i Pierce-A i row); Sits. I. S. Iio'iine, Air and All'. II. X' Sl.iicsu. Baltimore i Packard); Slis. F. K. Aiideison, Sirs Dillon, SIIm llochc, Nashua, N. II. I Packard ) . Sli. aid Slis. V. F. C.isd.v, J Townsenl Cassulv, Newbutgh, N X. i Alio) , Sir. and Sins. Aithur K Davis. Diver, Slass, Packard) , Sir. and .Mrs. C Fred Smith, Swampscoti, Sl iss ; Sir and Slis. Frank II. Slovens, Brisikli'ie il'.c'less). Mm. SI. J. Sl.irlin. Mrs B K. Lain ks. Sir. itial .Mis W It Wc inoir.li, York. Pa. I P.ick.nd). Biii:rros Wonns. N ll, July 22 -Aulu artivals at the St. mut Washington from New X'oik o- ay itnluileil SI. Parrlsh, XX'noii C Smith,.!, ( Caililla. ) . Sir all"! Sits Frank Diipa X'el.lei, Sl,. Cliailes K. I'lirbis. Alls. It II. W.iiliurtoii (Alei cei ) ; Donald S. XX'.iIki r and party ll.o ci'inoblle) . All and Slis. I", F. Sw.iyze, It. o. Sway7c iPacl.aid): Air. and Mrs. Frank A. Sclnm-lt i Hudson , II c, Tmv iisetid, C F. i'l.-'liml (liunkl; Air. an! Airs John F. lialviu and family (Puree Arrow); Gcu L. XV. Pettil.one, It XV. Alio Donald. Slis. Hodge, AIlsi PotteUine (Paikaid) : All. and Airs AIM worth, Oswald ll. Si hell i Stmlebaker) i Alts. V F. Drlstanee, Mrs. It. Joseph. L)nch, 5li. K. .) AlcDiiuuiigli (Over. ' land). Cool rtisTows. July 22 To-da.v's auto nriivals at the (ie.agi weie. Lewis ll. Weed, Airs' C If Weed. Aliss Allen XX' I and C li K.suK of Baltimore, Franklin, Mi. and -Ml- Khner C. Tilinoi, Lulls a Tuimr and l.l,.alicth Al Tur. net- of Aktoi,, iiliui. Hudson ; C. S. Alau. lice, Slifs SI S Ala m ice and Alois Slall. i.'ic of Athei's. Pn. Hudson, Mrs. Beiija-iim Teiine, Aliss ii v Cowl and Sin' llerbcit S .IoIiiimih of Bistmi, Packard. DIKI). DANA. -A' Vl.inrhe.'er. V i IMPh f.oni! fsllnw lt.ni i. wife ".f llnhsril Henry ltni.t i'f I'.iiiil'nlsT, Mix. July Jl I'liuiril ii' s't J'oui Cli.itiel, r4ttlA ptreel. ' ' mil, rlilge, !. t li r, l m ll (!iii:i:ni'ii:i.'.- on ,iiii si. imi. jonepti Mi I'lellaiiil iire. iiliei.1. luisland of Ail t'lil.liotiii. in hU fiftieth se.ir. at lil. iiniiin. II""' lira,'. Slunlclulr, N J. Funeral private ll F.I. I. MAS' -Sipiilm. ne ,T Srrvlio ai "Till! FFNUIIAI. I'lH'lti'll " . It Wisi Tneniv -'hlrd if I!. ('aiii,lei lll lg i Friday evening, s o'i l.n k .1 A M IS' t.N Hilil lenly. l lliiimr veil ll-npi-i.il on the ninrnliia of .lulj JV, ('harlrn vrlHii'kls Jainlmin. In hi" foriy-four h er Interim nt PlttitiurKh, Pn VV'll.l.l.vMH --At lier resilient s, 777 Xla l. son HV-eiiuc, on Tuend ly, July 20, Kath urine ilordnn Ilre"d XVilllaius. w If a of llarrl.'iii tVIIUiiiin. I'linrral nsrvlee ut tier Uto rrisnr f'riil n 1' muriiliiK, July 2X at 11 u'clook. MiiiiIIi's Mind, MUTBIlIt MAItY .N.VVlillt li:iiHi!..S' A mi'riiin in it sn ,if r, iiileiu, month' nilii-l. fr th" rep. is., nf ihi. poul of i'io 'ntf. lewieil M-itlier Mitry .N.nlsr M'h' t.iu. In the i ll.l)il al llie Mother ll'l.s, I'linienl Sl.iU'iM. S'eie Jpr1'. n M" ut In . . J I .1 195 ut 9 or'mK. lte erei. I , .fij, Inil'.ei la tta.