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ABOUT THE PLAYS ! PLANS OF FROHM AN HEW YORK WILL SEE, CO. ARE ANNOUNCED IMPARTIAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AT SOUTHAMPTON Slorip" f Fouling Season's Novel lies in tho Theatre. Prominent. Actors mid New IMn.v.s o He Presented Dur ing the Season. Summer Colony Flocks to Uutliinjj; Bench After Attend ing Morning Service. 'iTAauiMOl1 ALL Oi' NATIVE OHIGTX EMI'IIIE OPENS SEPT. l!i LA 110 K CROWD ON LINKS THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1915. Vt-v "f tlio plays selected to lc Ifl.t N w Yorkers have already been .reduced . "' II ' possible to tell their ,pn,r.il character III iulvar.ro of their jrfnn.i,i'- hero. Alronily "Common Ctiy" Ii.ii been described. One of tho plays fr in which much In expected Im Tin" I of dlnss," by a young writer name! Mx Mareln. It will be bIvoii liy Cohan & Harris. Tho heroine, who Is the domiiiatlnR llguro In the pluy. marries- a tucf who him represented him self to hor ns heir to n large fortunn. The tl U'f Is arrested aH tho two are trout to stutt to ( no w est in no married ; i the girl refuses to testify on her own j ncrusteiii, Itudolf Hosier. Michael Mor beh.ilf at the trial that 'her dlsRraco ! ,.,cn.r' Arthur Jones. Alfred Sutro. i . . Lt,,vn ni..i imtii Hornung, F.dwitrd Sheldon. Au- may n.H become known and both are , Kugtui Tllomai)( M ,,oller Cath. remlfimud to lirprlsonmcnt for threo ,rne dishing, Kleanor dates, Porter F years, ino woman nerves nun hit , time and Is released on parole. She breaks her parole, leaves New York fr tho West and thero marries tho man who employed her ns bis stenog rapher II Is by way of helm? u rower In tho railroad world and Is railed to New York to occupy tin Im portant post thero. Il'ls wlfo rook with Km, He Is a strict, disciplinarian, cs- p Lilly noted for his Irmness against ,11 who have been RUllty of any rtly-1 honesty, and believes that criminals i me no rlirht to he allowed to return I h.ne no rlKht to he allowed to return to foclety. He Im determined to proso rute a boy who has been stealing money from the road. Tho detective who Is at ork on tho caso recognizes In hla wife tho Convict who hns broken her parole Her conduct betrays) to her husjnnd what has happened. Tho tiornor of tho State has Intervened en the boy's behalf and been refused. Now the husband however consents to diJOonHnue all prosecution of tho boy If the rjovonior will pardon his wlfo. Oiorce Cohan has been much Interested In tic mccess of tho play. Irvln Cobb had thn nsslbtanco of H?r... v .'h hh. "Wi. - will produce here. It tells tho tory of a young nuiRazIno writer sent to a Southern town to Investigate tho conditions of child labor there. This youiiK man becomes enRnRed to a K'.rl of tho vlllaRc and kills the town hilly In defence of a child. Ills friend. locil JudRo, saves the writer from the mob and determine, that he .hall . have a fair trial. So he selects a Jury made up altogether of old Confed Tate soldiers, persuades them that the younif man on trial had a grandfather who fought next to the Judge, and fruity obtains his ncqulttal In that way Thomas WIho timl Willis Sweat ram have tho leading roles. Yhet'ier or not David ltelasco will fiVi' Tlio lllrl" a2 the ODHnlliir Ckf tho se.iton has not been settled. C.eorRo Searhorough wrote the play, which has inly one woman character. This Is the daughter of u narrow minded ilea- cm In a small town. This girl falls In love with a candidate for tho mln- l.ry. who Is the usual sheep In wolfs clothlns that the dramatic situation re- qulr. He promises to marry her. She 'il a victim to his plans. Her father i" i enraged when he discovers what has rrifneJ. nnd moro angertd at his In ah.llty to discover the causo of his family's shame. The girl goes to the hi :sc of m min ister to nsk his advice. There she i followed by her father, who Judges .1, .e .ecr.cy ,n wnicn ne n.i.ts tnemMarU, T,.,ost. Franc s Wilson. Ami t t it Is this clcrgmin whu has M,lr,i0ck and Craham llrowne In "Tlie musvii nis imnnpptness. jio uemaniis that the clergyman marry tho girl im ntfhjtely, which tho man does to save hr from her father's ringer. He prom !. that she shall have a divorce liter Iter seducer returns after a while only to find that the girl, now a wife, will have nothing to do with him. "Tho Mvstlo Khrl i mothtr of the idays which Selwyn & C I v. i. oner. rue rnice Is by Avery liopwood. Tho title refers to some P.nce of retreat to which a young hus. Mi nviy retire when his wife grows iry if too much of his society. There are a ynutiR couple In the piny, of which t..e follow tug noeiunt is given: "llllln Uartlttt in so slow nnd good ' t Lin w.fo becomes tired of him, and ' V uf ,i divorce, saying she wants n nir w i drinks and wtr. Hilly Ifl.s hu friend. Jack lt'irrir, who has " ari-'tnert upstairs, of his troubles, a (1 Jii-k tells him how he holds Ills 'Ui'.g wife i love He advises Hilly lo have a 'Mystic Shrine,' that is. somo ! o w ere he can go occasionally to h s wife wondering as to his he-f:i..utn he n!o tells him to hit 'he 'hjR'i spots.' lilmtrhv Wheeler be-i- ipii iou of her htishntid, and when ho Is attending the M' s rn1 ;,,! .irs. liavtlrll has t' t , u opera with a former wooer. 1 (h daughters. There .ire thc ctlstom "''' -nd ;ilf llartlrtt resolves to ' ,a"?,"' . 1 to..l features to he t iso f ,, Uy them on 'heir return n ' or, mlslng situation.' They ! in apartment until tho weo ' nu amateur cocktails wnlt- ur'. of husband and wife: fall asleep from the effects a'.d are thus found, l.aura .ne shocked, nnd each re- "oui . .1 -i! I e ' 1. an 1 J , t divorce, but tho lawyer. ith.) Is called In, lifter In, lifter many I 1111. nations, tlnds that noth- 1 .. has happened, and, .,:o;;;;:Vh,rhnH a i,Ur.u Prmx --n ttti dr I, it readers at work on the 1 i d to him from all over the 1 s that his effort to get this ttav has been so success- ilro uly has thirty which will -re nnd In los AiiHelcs during -- season. If he has thirty "igli! to bo satisfied. One of I ' Master Willie Hows," by f and Ceorge S. Vloreek, has 1 with Marjorle Itamhe.iu in t il. Tile boy actor In Shake .n,..nv Is ennwrted Into u ' mi away from homo and pre ' 1 .1 i'o.t actor. The play is "j-iietlc." I'niintoek Is going to show ' "Hobsnn's Choice," which 1 "f Humid llrl'lgehoii'io Tile .1. d by a can of Fiigllsh I di its with middle class life .' irt A Iiiieashlto cobbler 1 lughtori tint ho deslroi to ' specially tlio oldest, who I A ' h , t-s e to him In Ids busliiets n.irrles and oven selects fori ' her father's most expert j .Margatet M.tyo's 'Twin IKds" will I't.en she starli out lo 1'"' 1 ),' translated llllo French and producetl f'.r her two sisters and hiio- , JIax jjo.irly at the Vaudeville Then he old man must tnako tho '. tiariH, ierr Veber will make S"ine of Hie players who intv Pulls the Strings, may ' this rompiny. I 11 1 hullo li 11 reh nt ViinkiT S Y 1 cl. Juh "1 The corner-1 ..nil. Catholic Church I .. . i,.,.i I....I.V l,t Xlur l l.tvelle Tho new chinch.' the Church of Our Lady of nvl Is located ut Park Hill 1 Oak place. The Itev, 1.'. J. 1,8,1 1.1 'n; rector, Tho Charles Frnhmntt Company, or ganized after hlx death to carry on tho plant of tho famoin maniiRcr. jester ilay mado known Itn extenslvo enter prises for the present season. Maude Adatn.i, F.lhel llarrymore, John Drew. William (illlctte, Otis Sklnnor, F.lslo Ferguson, Hluticho Hates. Mario Dorn, Jtilla Sanderson, Mario Tompoat, Ann Murdock. Francis Wilson, Orahum llrowne, Donald Hrlan and Joseph Caw thorno aro the Important Blurs In the lint. Tho Playwrights whr urn In urn. vide them with plays nro J, M. Rirrle, Arthur Plncrn. V S. Maugham, Henry unnviie, nurry 11. nniun, jcromo Kern. ikt-iMiuiu it on, t;niinnniK i'oiiock, i.una Ferbcr and (Icorso V. Ilohart. To llnhc llnrrlo l'lris. Manila AJjms will this season devot herself to a revival of tho plays of J. M. Hurrie, with which her populatlty I associated, In addition she will produce during hor engagement at thu Umpire theatre, which begins at Christmas, a new ,,, xy llV IUrrk Thu, her topcrtolr ., comprso ..Thc uttlo .M1nlste.." ..Qlml,.y strc(.t ..Vetcr ,,., aml ..Wnilt .. ,,. . .... . livery Woman Kuuwi," She has not been seen In years In "Tho Mtthi Mln Istor'' In this city. Kthcl lt.irrymore, who Is to piny he- enK.iKement at the Lyceum Theatre, will bo seen In "Itoast lleef Medium," by lMna I-Vrbcr. The play from Miss Kcrber's book was nude by a. V. Hobart. John Drew will have a play by Sir Arthur l'lnero, which fieorKo Alexander will net at tho St .lames Theatre In London durlm; thc llrst week In Septem lr. This will be thc llrst appearance of Mr. Drew In .1 pl.iy by l'lnero since ho acted "II h IIousb In Order." Mll i lam illllctte has selected "Sherlock ' Holmes" and "Secret Service" for his nwBemem at the Kmplro Theatre and for the short tour of the country he will make. These two plays were the most popular on Mr. itlllette's last farewell tour. Otis Skinner will bo seen In a new play by Henry Arthur Jones ileal Ihk with tho tercentenary of Shake speare. i:isle Versuson will continue 10 aci mo In "Ou Henry Davlcs. author of this successful drama. Another Important Hrltlsh play wright has n new play ready for Miss KerKUson. Hlanche Hates ban a new drama by Michael Morton, who wrote "Tho Yellow Ticket." nnd Mnrle Ioro will net In a new drama by Itudolf Hosier, who was last represented hero by "I-idy Patricia." Kinplrr Opens !eitrliitier l.'l. . Julia Sanderson. Potinld Hrlan and 'Joseph Cnwthorno will be seen for a .brief engagement, at the Knickerbocker Theatre In n new version of The filrl ! From Ctah." Two plans in conjunction with David ltelasco will be carried out. "no will be the production of 1w t! rl. "V U' Searhorough. and he other revival of some old Ij ax with mnn ' TJ" "",:: , last year In the case or A ceieiiraieu Case." i Tlio Hmplro Tlieatre will open Its sea-. Vr',,wsrret.vr,nl wtniiim Cllletle. John Drew, .Maude Adams and Otis Skinner will follow. iMiii.r.rii,iUfl.." will he tho nnen- Ing attraction nt the Lyceum Theatre on September C, with Utliel Hnrrymore . to follow. Among the now plays whlrh the Charles Krohman Company will produce thls-eason are "The Klylm: Dutchman," a new treatment of tho old legend by Paul M. Potter: "The Coup," by liaddon I Chambers, who will come here to pro duce the play next month; "Our In a llRhter vein, i iitters." by W. S. Maugham ; "Kings i St.. ........ ..ml rtMi.'it ln4 iV lli'lirv miii v"' ...... Arthur Jones, Michael Morton, Alfred Sutro, ns well ns musical comedy li brettos by Itennold Wolf, f banning Pol lock, H. H. Smith. Jerome Kern and others. NEW ON THE FILMS. Picture Pints to lie Seen Ilrri" Tills Week. Tho Strand Theatre has been deco rated with huge boxen of rambler roes which are In the tntiesot of the thea tre. Then boxes of Mowers are sus pended between the elrcttic fixture. Marguerite Clark Is this week acting there in a picture jinu ni.iu 11....1 ..o ui.,. 11 ...I.I..I. l..nr..tln T.ivlnr .-.I'li'll Piriuin, . .... .. ..!.... n.i.l l.'ll.t icn l,aureiie i. ior 1 a play and Vritzi acieil wnen II nae .. I-..J ...... Scheff tried as an operetta. .!. mrs . ! 1 An u..i...1 in 1I14 nwmt iiltrnetlvit of , .,, ,1N . mnric wht.h ! L,'..'.. ' .. ,.i...uru m this theatre. Th- principal scene In ".My Ixist nnn" which Is now this week nt the Yltnrrrnph Theatre, shows the ncro rushing down th" aisles of a theatre to his wife who Is singing on the stage. ..i it.. 11,,. Mli.rf i.f no ntnld. ' ' ' i '. .lwnv f,m ,,.,i..,,i ,t .1,11,1 thmmrh her nin- 1 ' ' -'.. .' ' .,.- 1, u lnteresung mat .iuu..i,nM .- the Italian quartern of n... l.it Side Views enough iiko tne str'ets of Naples to provide plausible, scenery. Ther Is a new instalment of "The fjnddess" and the usual comic ''''The ltroadway Theatre this week has Leonote l'lrlch as Us star In a new plctuio pliv called "Kllmeny." It Is the story of n gypsy gui who marries out of her trlbo and after a wiill" grows weary of the conventionality of her life and goon back to her own people. Leonora l'lrlch used to appear with suco'sa In "The Hlrd of Paradise." I'lii.t" nnd I'liiM'ra. "CamblerH All," 111 which Lewis Wal ler Is now playing In Iondon, will bo produced hero i.f.xt season by Percy llurtou. Princess Ntiiomi, who stnnds high In the Alman.ich de (iotha of Luna Park, Is now appearing theto every niizht in Hgypll.'in and other dances. une s huhIsiciI by a company of dancers. .. i.'r,.Iua, adaptation. The ilRhts to tho faro for Spain and Portugal havo also been disposed of. Agnes Thorn, an Australian singer, lias been engaged b John Cort to Jake an important roie m i im.irn , , lllossom mid Herbert. Miss Thorn Is a liollll 1.1 11 Slllger in n n-ieti.t in t timi un i. "Ill Jtogers, the cnwlxiy lariat thrower, lias icsigneit irom vnuuetuie and will contlno his appearance for thn future to "Hands Up," at the Forty fourth Street Theatre, ELOPERS RETURN TO SPRING LAKE BEACH Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas 0'Snlli vnn Create Sensation on Arrival at Hotel. Srnt.vn Lake Ukacii, N. J . July Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Sulllvan last nlRht created a sensation nearly us great as wnen in-j im" ago by appearing in tile tiaiiroom oi me Nt,w ,:,sex n,i s,M?x Hotel without ' their friends that they were to arrive. Before her ,.. --,. tr. O'Sulllvan was Mw-s t ...ghter of Mr. and Mis. Mule 0". . '" ' Her husband Is assistant Jasper i.jncn to Joseph Tumulty, President Wilson's . ...... secretary. Tho brldo was reported at the time of the elopement to have been disowned by her parents nnd to-night Mrs. Lynch declined to my anything relative to her daughter's return. Later It was learned that there had been no reconciliation, itannl ;!ndcro. brother of the late President of Mexico, entertained a large dinner party In the palm room of the I .. ..-.i u. Untol IukI .veiilnr. r.nsc unu r.Uni-A Cirntfit-v of War l.indlev M 11 un. . son and Mrs. tiarrlsun were guests in honor last evening nt a large dinner given by H. Thlelo and Miss Thlelo In , tho Colonial dining room of tho Kssox I and Sussex, ilthers entertaining there ,ir Mrs. Peter (ilbson. Mrs. K. 11. i were McMlchan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrington I Slckcl, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hanfoid. . Air. IlIHl .HIS. wrvihr Mrs. Louis C. Naiswniu. i.i,.ui l'niil Strauss of the Hungarian nrmy. who Is a guest at tho lCssex and Sussex, gave 11 l""'' lher'a, d Iiuiiur ui v... .- ivtiiunl .le Winter. Mr and Mrs. Alexander imiieri ,-xoru-:ill of Stockholm, who havo been living ,. si,)ckholm. X.lll ot .-MOlrWIilllll, - , v Yf k llt the ? l" ' l"' ,nr ,1,0 rest of tho ,.,l SllSSeX Nordvall is a member of .i. iia...i x'.n.Vit rhiti of roncnh.igen. ' till' IVJ,H - -. Miss F.lalne Sauvage, daughter of T.mzn Sauvage of Newark, won the iu. ky liumbcr contest nt tho New Mon-j :'I"t'r' '-""V '"'i'""-.! .Miss Antol mouth Friday night, a French parasol, netto Kloodgoud, .Mrs. John Corhln. II. mouth W. C. Clark of New York was her ' dancing partner. TO INVADE BARBER SHOPS. SiirTriiBlsIs TI1I11U They Are Just i Mr. and Mrs. Jerome N. Itonaparte tlio I'liicrit (o SliiKe Converts. I cntertitlned ut luncheon for Mr. nnd New Y'ork barbers aro on the suffrage; Mrs. Newton Cullck of Washington, programme for July 27. No matter 1 Harry Halloway of Philadelphia and what their nationality or whero their jtlss Tliereso Kohn of New York. Mr. Hympathlcs In the coming election, suf-1 lrH A1irlcli Jordan nnd Preston Mf Mr" -MrH' 1:,'Wi" ,!ra"U,y Mill makn for them accordingly. land Paul Cassalt of Newport wero With big reil and white poles pro teiiiiliitr from their four iiutoniobllert a baud of suffragists will leave headiiuar- tern in me .1... . s. ' " .," V,,,,":., 1". " I 1 T , rZJl frage 'maps will adorn the, walla of all the barber shops in Iw.IiiIcks men w 111 latnereii 1,.. listening to tho reasons why they should vote for tho suffrage amendment In November. SINGLE TAX WORK BY WOMEN. I'linuiillli'e Ormuilsril lo Provide ttllftrnur Meelliin .SpriiUers. RuffraKlslH who have not ns yet allied themselves with tiny political party plan to teach prospective women voters tho prlnclphH of the single tax, according to a statement Issued hern yesterday. A rnmitiltteo I")" ,"'PM formed to provide slnglo tax speakera for meetings of women. Tho honorary chairman of this com mittee Is Mrs. Mury Fels, tho widow of Joseph Fels, who devoted much of bis fortune lo promoting the single tnx ; tho chnlrmnn Is Mrs. Mary Ware Dennett and the oilier two memheis nte Miss Amy Mall 1 licks nnd Miss .Mary uoioh Fly. Thn inomueis 01 1110 cominiiico nil belong to tho Women's Henry Ueorgo League. "Here's one for you. John. SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. Noon Second A.seniMy ill'trlct. tnlki na the Hunt Ithrr pier. : 1'. M. Meeting of publicity com mittee st 303 Fifth avenue. I 30 1'. M Nineteenth Amembly iil trlrt. uuellnK nt 3K. W. ft lOMh utrrrt i P. M Fifteenth .W-mhly dlMrle;. utreet lneetlng nt Hlxty.tlfth treet anil Ain.tenlani avenue, Thlrty-tlrm As. eint)!y district, al l!Sth street and .vi nth acnue. S-SO P M Nineteenth Assembly ilstrlit. ftreet nieetlns Jt Hrujdu.iy und 110th street. WOMAN'S POLITICAL CMOS' Noon Seentrenth Senatorial ills trlet, nieetlng at llro.idwa) and Porty slxth strret. P M Sixteenth SellBtorlnl district. meeilng nt Third avenue und Ihnlity sluli street. 130 p M Seventeenth Ssnntoil.il dl.trb t, tneetinx nt Fourteenth street nnd Irving plare; Twentieth Senatorial ills rlct, ut lliith street and Miidi.on avenue, liovlng Shop, at 110th street nn.l Fifth avenue RECORD SWIM AT PIER BY MISS LUCIA CHASE I 11..1... . t... . U I .illllkl'.-S I or I II I 1 1111 1 T lfs ---- - New Xurrauansctt .Mark for Woiiieii. Naiiiiaoansett Pikii .tuly I.". Miss j iicla Clinso gave proof ngaln of her swimming; ability to-day when with sev- eial men In pursuit she swam out a mile to Capt. Kmerhiin's yacht Margaret. 'lc t tho Pier this mornli.R. I,..,,.,. .. ...u r i 1 lindertow made return progress slow. Miss Chase's feat established a new mark for long distance swims at t lit. Pier by women, exceeding that made by ; her sister, Miss Marjorle Chase, tluee , Jears ago. Mathers to-day Included Miss Autnl llrevoort Kane, Miss Lisa Norrls, Mlba j Helen Chase, Thomas Conroy, L. Pom. 1 eroy U raves, the Misses Carver, Senator j and Mrs. Irving 11. Chase, Capt. Frank , N. Kellogg and M. Ilolii fto. among those to lunch lit the Casino. Mr. and Mr". Alexander Van Itcnsso- . to-day In tlio steam yacht F.uceda und , -rf tlio .MathewM,,,, umue 'later Mr. and .Mrs, John It. Fell, with i1V11h1ttT111 an d i wiiom they took luncheon at Wlldtleld ere I f ices w l'"llr' M,H' ''"lm ('"rl)l" "f N"w V,"'k ;n, iit- thet'iwas tho guest of Mis. August llclmont In Newpoit to-day. Fred Manstluld was host ut 11 luncheon of six ut thu Casino in honor of the birthday of William C. Mai row und Chiulcs II. Wilson, The other KiiestH were 11, llrovoort Kane, Lleuteuant-Cotnmaniler Cyrus Miller of the I', S. S. Wyoming and W. Herbert Caswell. Frederick King of Now York, who with Miss Lillian Ilnbhoit won the tango ' ,.rinl,.ht 011 I'rlday night, will start for ' ur,dtou Woods to-morrow. Mrs, JohtiT. Villi Sickle of New )ork Is the uuust of Mrs. C. Manning Slater ut tlio Itevere I louse, A. J. Dnwiey and Mr. and Mrs, V. II, Potter of New York reglsteied to.ilay ut the Matliewhon, trlUtit (ilxr lllllf to SllirrHue. Many prominent artists of New York have agreed lo give half the proceeds ; their work to tho suffrage cause, Among them ar Janet Scudder, Ida Proper, Mrs, Smith-Dayton. Luela Falr - child Fuller, Olgn Popotr Muller, Juliet Thompson nnd Knld Yandcll, BRIAR CLIFF DRAWS FROM MANY STATES Open Air Dunce ut Loilye One of Week's Popular Kn- tCl'tllillllH'lltS. ItiiiAii Ci.trr I.onni:. N. Y., July 25. , Tlio week at llrlar Cliff I.ikIrc has, been one of unusuil activity, visitors arriving from almost every State In the l.'nlon. Mrs. J. A. Hostwick nnd Mrs. L. Cov ington have gone to NnrragntiM'tt Pier for a stay of a few weeks, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlis II. Snuler have gone to Profile House, N. H. Mr. nnd Mrs. William H. Oliver of Ilaltlmore are at the IakUo for a stay of several wetks. Mrs. Henry Hutchison of St. Paul and Miss Mary Ilogait are at the LoJge for the cummer. Mr. and Mis. Alfred Kwer of lloston and Mr and Mrs. M II Ktvor and Miss Mil mor Kwer of New York, on tin- Ideal Tour, passed a week end here, as did Mr. and Mrs. C. I). H. Hamilton and daugh ters of St. Louts, Mr. and Mrs. .Inmes It. Neal and Miss Margaret Williamson of Hrookllne, Mass., and their guest, .Mrs. John H. 1 hompson of Kansas City. I .tir. iinu .tirs. 11. vaesmy or etv 1 York, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence F. Drown; nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Franklin linker of licrmantown, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. I 1 ' " ooite or rnil.iatiplila are here lor a lew nays. Mr. nnd Mrs, rienrge 11. Mellon of llrooklyn have as guests .Mr. and Mr. K. It. Mellen of Havana, Cuba Mrs. Charles D. Vail of (ieneva, N. T., Is at the Lodge for a short stay. At the Lodge for luncheon to-day were; Mr and Mrs. Itaymund Dupuy of New Yotk, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Johnson of Passaic, N. J and Mrs. Thulium Clark and party of Klliabeth, N. J. The midweek open air dance at the hotel was the must successful of the t-easun and thn hummer mkmle of Wtstchester were well represented. NEW LENOX PASTOR GREETED. Tho llev. W. I,. W I I'renelirs to Season's! I.tirurst CoiiicreKiilliin. Lr.Nox, July SS Tho Itev William Lawrence Wood, son of Mr. and .Mrs Chalmers Wood of New York, began his rectorship of Trinity Kplseopal Church to-day with tho largest congregation of tho season. Miss Kilty L, Lawrence, who has been passing tho week end with Mrs, R, H, llarrltnan at Arden House, Harrlmun, N. Y will return to Lenox on Tuesday. .Mr. nnd Mrs. New bold Morris have Is sued Invitations for a dinner party to morrow evening nt Hrooklifirst in honor of the Itev Mr and Mrs. Wood Mr. and Mrs, J. Kennedy Tod, who nte touring with Miss Kate Havens of Now York, und Miss Margaret W. Ste venson of .Montreal have started for Canada. Mrs, Charles Curroll Jackson has gone to Itluff Point, N. J., from Stockbrldge, Mrs. Heverly Chew Duer has with her In Stoclihrldgo Mrs, Krnest Schefer of New York, Mrs. T. Tlleston Wells, Miss (leorglana Wells nnd John Wells, for whom Mrs. Duer gave a pic nic, tills afternoon In tho mountain!) south of (Ircat Harrington. Miss Hllnor W. Helton of Newport U visiting Minn ICmlly TuekHrman In Stockbrldge. Miss Margaret Norton, who had neon miss TticKerinan guest, lias gone to Ashileld Mr. unit Mrs. Samuel Frolhlnghuni Rave 11 dinner to night at Overleo, eulorliilnlng for Mr. and Mru. William H. Dixon of Williams town. Ambassador and Mine, Dumba have the Count Itevertern of Vienna as their guest ut the embassy. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur l.arreniore of New York huve arrived to visit Mr, and Mrs. Kdwln T. Itlio in Stockbrldge. Mrs. Miguel It, Martinez of New Yotk, wild Is pasting the season at tho Maple, wood in littstleld, will have special nn illvethary services read In each of the Catholic churches In lillsrield on Tues- idsy morning In memory of Mr, Martinez. I who died while travelling In Hpaln last year. Soutiiauiton, N Y. July 25. After attending service this morning at St. Andrew'-hy.tho-Hea, ut which the Very Itev. William It. Orosvenor preached, the members of the summer colony ns usual (locked to tho bathlliR beach to spend tho noon hour. In tho afternoon the centro of attraction was the Na tional Golf Club, whero several lunch eons were Riven mid a record crowd of golfers was on tho links. Mr. and Mrs. Khcrwood Aldrlch'9 schooner yacht MarRarot Is nnchored on tho rluhhouso, having Just returned from Newport. They brought with them a their guests Dr. und Mrs. Preston P. Satterwhltc, who will spnd secral days here. Mr. and Mrs. Aldrlch Rae K largo luncheon for them ut Hopelande on I'rlday. Other yachts at anchor off the Na tional club aro P. P. Perkins's Mohican, C. l-dyurd Hlalr's Diana and Oeorgo Maker's yacht. Col. It. M. Thompson' houseboat, the liveiglades, Is also anchored off the club, having Just re turned from a i-hort cruise. The evening service of the Plrst Pres byterian Church, the oldest church on Long Island, of which the Itev. Ceorgo Jeffries HuskoII Is pastor, was held in tho Harden Theatre. It was u decided Innovation for the hundreds of church goers of all denominations who attended . the open ulr service. William Wheeler of New York was the tenor soloist. Dr. and Mrs. Preston S.itterwhlle were j entertained at luncheon yesterday by ( Mr. and Mrs. Howard rage. .mis. m lam Mortimer firlnmll gave a large din ner last night at her home on HnUey's Neck lane. Among others giving din ners were Mr and Mrs, Krederlek A. Rnow. Mrs. Henrv H. lingers, Mrs. Will iam P. Douglas and Mrs. Alexander II. Tiers, Mr nnd Mrs. Itiifus L. Pattetou are a! Plattsburg. N Y., visiting with tneir John IVioley or the l(oiii.in catinuii; evening. nils was aliove tlic eipecta son, who Is spending several weeks In ' Church of Corpus Chrlstl of New York tl"n of tl.e lominlttce which arranged the military trainltiR camp. They will nn, thu llpv Join c,irr l)f .st. .Mary's ,n ent-tainnient. reiurn ui Dinuiiiiiniii.'M inv- j i-.. of the week Mrs Itradley Martin. Jr.. j has returned to New York after spend-, ing several days with her parents, Mr. j slid .Mrs. Henry Phlpps, at the Delancey Nleoll cottage. ', Mrs, Henry II lingers I- entertalnliiR for the week end Mr. and Mrs. New bold IMgar of Tuxedo and Mr. nnd Mr-, (leorge It, D Schliffelln aro visiting with Mrs. Sehli ffelln'B sister, Mrs. lltitit-t 1 TrAvnr XtZT''. 'Sloven S. Sands with her little son Is 3 l.n nmnnir tlin pilosis. Mrs. Will am K Viinderbllt, Jr.. who Mrs Sands nt the IrvhiR, was visiting has returned to New York. The Duchess of Manchester with Mls Mabel May were among the guests at luncheon nt thu Shliiuccock Hills Golf Club Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Henry D Habcock nro entertaining their daughter. Mrs. Henry lingers Wliithrop, at lMgecombe, their summer home on tho dunes. THE CASINO TO OPEN. Comic j . Tnf. Mitiberls Will Idti Opera There. The Shtlberts announced eterd,iy that the Casino Theatre would open a Wiek from to-night with a new ciinl.-i opera to be called "The nine raniniso 1 The operetta will be given on Friday I I and Saturday at ltig llr.ij.it. In the east of the new pie -e ,vc Cecil . , Lean, Fr.it eos I m-irest. Miss Chaplin-. Cleo Mavtleld. Haltle tlurke, Ted lnr- ralne, Tedil Wehb and Itobert Pitkin I . No details e.mierning the authorship are j j divulged by tho d't-orlptton " Icmise, which Is applied to the work. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. I.ltsox. July 2T. Motor arrivals Com New York nt the Hotel Asplnwnll to. day Included Mr. and Mr. Waller P ' 'onkr. M ss K.ithirine Conko, t-arlion P Cooke. John ocheier (Flat) ; Mamuls and Maniulse de Plnar del itlo and f.irnllv I Peerless). Mr and Mrs D C M11rt.1v, Miss Murray 1 Packard) . Mrs H D. Fletcher and party (Fierce-Arrow). .ai ixvunls and party iSteten.x- iurJ rn , it r. Maty. i". II lit.ina (Cadillac): Dr and Mr.. J. L. Polk, ,i0hn L. Polk. Jr. (National) Mr and Mrs Arthur K. Pnyls. Miss Helen N. 1 Snyls (Packard): also 11 i. -axton. 1 i.s ( 1 II rllester, .tuns 1 r-iiau me. , New IaiiiiIoii (Packard). Major and! Mrs V II. Mitchell. Montreal lUtzler). MANailKfTKn. Vt.. July Arrivals by nutninoblle at the Fnulnnx House in clude V. C. LntiRlcy, Providence (Sim plex) . Mr. nnd Mis 1. Vanl.ilne, St iteti Island 1 Lozier) , Me. and Mrs n. L lMtvatxis. Miss Itettv Mdw.ird". F. L. Holme, Dallas tC.idlllic) . Mr ritid Mr Thomas S. Wheeler, Plalntbdil 1 Stevens) ; Miss Louise Wots). Mr. .ir.d Mrs J. Warren Hutierw nrth, Phil idelphla (lieiee): Miss l.ouie ltunet w ..rth. James Itutterworth. Mls Fl.alnth Hut terworth. Miss (llllian. I'h'.ladolphla (Pierce); Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles II. Hijulrr. New York llxizlir). Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Crane D.ilton. Mr. and .Mrs, S. (J Colt. I'lttsflold ( Pleii o). Watkiiiu'BV, July "' --Automobile ar rivals from New Yotk at the Hotel F.lton oer the Ideal tour to-day In cluded Mr. and Mrs. John H. lllndle). Mrs. F. T. MoVrthur (Cadillac). Mr. and Mrs. S H. Lulz (Cadillac) . Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Maer (ll.iynes) . Mr, und Mrs. W. C. Sel tl'.ickard) . Mrs J P. Stiiple. Mis. Charles Pollack (Ciid lll.ic) : Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fltzp.itrlck I Paige) . .Mr .Hal Mrs. 11. (!. Gould (Stevens) : Mr. and Mrs. J. II Hrooku, Mr. nnd Mr. F. J. Mayer ( Cadillac) . Mr. and Mrs. Mlnsck (Hulckt; Mr and Mrs. L. M. French (Locomobile); Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hulkley (Cadillac) . also Mr. and Mis, K. (1. Anderson, Albany (llulck). Cool'KMSTOWN, July "j Automn. blllsts arriving at Hie O.te.se.g.i to-diy were Hairy J. Speck, Clark Tlpperly, Troy (Hudson) ; Mr and Mis. F. J Wll ltlns. Mr. and Mrs. J. S llamlltoii. Ciloversvillo (Packard): Mrs. Hdwln Oaskln, Mrs. T. J. Overtuif. llullajo ( Plerce-Arrow) ; Mrs. (icorge C. Huell, (loorge C. Huell, Itobert Until, IMward Huell, Mis. William II II Averell, Uoch ester (Mercer) . Mrs llenr Hun, AI bany; Miss 1 ieraldine Adce, Tuxedo; Miss l.ldia Hun, Tuxedo (Simplex); Mr. nnd Mrs. C A Hi Idgeiiiiin, Mrs. Joseph M. Hill, John Hill, llenrge D. Chapman, Syracuse (Mojer) Hiikiton wool's, .-t 11, jiuy ;u. Automnhllls's arriving to-liiy at tho Mount Washington from New York In cluded Dr. and Mis. Ceorge Frederick Jliooks (Cadillac); Mr and Mrs. F. A. Helbert (Packard) ; Mrs. II. 1), (llhson, Mr and Mrs. It S Cleaves (Loromo bile) ; 0. Hungerford, Mr and Mis. 0 Il Hungerford. Mr. and Mis II. II lllll (Kluileliaker) ; Mr. and Mrs. Hen Nlilds, Jr (Mercei); Mrs. ll. W Seats, tto Misses Sears ( Pierre-Arrow) ; Mr and Mrs, J. J- Itiiclianan and party (Lozier) 1 Mr. and Mis, F. S. Harvey ( Iten.iult ) , Mr- and Mrs, F. C derrick (Marmon); Mr. and Mm. J. Sinclair Annntiong, Miss Armntrontj (Packard). Messrs. Brooks Brothers beg leave to announce .that they will remove to their new building at Madison Avenue 2? Forty-fourth Street on the second day of August o FATHER FLYNN CELEBRATES. Ilun Hern 1'nstor of .Mount Vernon Church fur lift Yrurs, Mocnt Vehnox, July 2j. The twenty fifth anniversary of the pastorale of tho Itev. IMward J. I'lynn at the Church of the Sacred Heart was celebrated to-day. Father Klynn was assisted by th He v. jiiint.ill i.iiiiniic i iiureii .-11 u.i.uii-- hrldue. of winch l-'ather Klynn was the jiator before he c.imo here. The ser mon was preached by the llev. .Mgr. Henry Hiann of St. Agnes's Church of New York city. CARL ROSENFELD. , Kniinn ns Theatre .MmiHUer n..r I., iti.riin I Writ Kofenfc,. who died in Her..,,!' 'last weeK nt tile age or ,,, was ai one llni.. o ll tnoix-M ihnl in.'in.lger in this city. With his two hi others he came to this country In the rally 't'Os and conducted :v,e Thalia Theatre .is a (Serum n playhouse. They weto also the managers of the Lllipmi.lus, a cuiupaiiy t of dwarfs who weie highly popular for, a term of years. After a ear in the' lluwer the managers letted tlio I'lfth' Avenue Theatie. Thete. under the man-, asttnoht of ttie ltnenfelds, ICleanor.i ' Dtlse plaed lie." inemoi.ible His! en-, 1,'igeme'it ir this countiy The Ito-in'e'. ! prodiieeil at the I'lfth Avenue Theatre liiihiri II. luptni. inn's 'II:inn,.. ' .111, 1 t.iti-r ':lto 11 si.hm.iii of COIIledll S .lllaptei fr..ll the l'relii ll 1 Their chief suece-"", howeter, w,i made J In this country with the Llllputian. and w hen they greiv up or seceded from the until ii'iiic 1 1 im oit It nrti.i m in i Mu t ll Itnsenfelds returned t.. Herlli, and hate1" Xl Kauffmin,, of ashlns on I i, uigaged In theatrhal m.in.ig.ment h'' ;r"'"l at the I'ei.-y Summer l lul. iter since In that c.ty. I'- ''is..i.e ..t .71.uk. which was 1 f..undeil li the late 1 it urge P. Howell XI r. 'iniiiti W, llinitlnu. Dunns Fkkiiv. N. Y, July '.'.1 Funeral sot vices for .Mrs Fmma Wilton Hunting of Diil.lw Ferry, who died Fri day last, wire held this afternoon In the.'. m Kpienpj Church, the Itev Stan ley Hrow n-Si ! mon nlll. iatlug Inter ment was in Sleepy Hollow cemetery. Tarrytown Mrs. Hunting was seventy-one years old and the wife of Henry Huntii 1:. n , retired Ihigllsh naval engineer. She Is survived by her husband, one ilaugh- ter. Miss Alice Hunting of Pobhs , l'erry, mid four suns, Henry Hunting. 1 Jr., New York: James Hunting, secie- I tary of the Carnegie Steel Company,; Pittsburg. I Mum Hunting, civil 'iiti- neer of the New York Central Lints,) Albany, and Wllll.mi Hunting, a chief, engineer with titu 1 unanl Line. Mierttoiiil do l.iitieev Tlllolson. Sherwood do I.ancey Tlllntsou. .'3, for eier.il years a proofreader on Tin: Si'N. died yesterday at IPs home, lHii: , seventy-ninth street, UrooKlyn. Ho was born in Kgln, 111., and was educated ' at T-'tlc.i and Oneida. N. Y. Mr. Tillotson came to Tun Spn about three ye.it s ago. Previous to that time' ho was with the U'urM, . lie al-o ran .1 Pliiiting ollhe of his own In llrooklyn j for several years. Tim deceased le survived by his widow, , I hlllena Il.ucla;. Tillotson, who was1 well known as a train d niire l.ef.ite her marriage, and his father, Washing- I ton li ving Tillotson, who Is a prominent ! contractor at Niles. Mich. He Is also j survived by two children of a former marriage. Harry Tlllothon of llrooklyn, and Mlsrf Frances Tillotson of unelda, N. Y. I 'tit V -1 1 W. MilM v llll. Nbwviik, N. J. July Flave'.I W. Su.lnan, for ye.us secretaty tf the New.11 1 Flro Depn '.mint ami at one time a stieti ounmlssbmer uf this city, died at his home, I'.n Ninth avenue, last night, from a complication of diseases. Tho deceased was horn al Madlsiin. N. .1, November '.. 1M0 Ho served In the civil war with the Thirteenth New .leisiy Volunteer Infantry and tho Sec. nittl New .Icrsev. lie is surviveu ny a on, a daughter and ten gi auilchlldrcn. Mimiiel WnlUer. TnUN'TON, N .1 , Julv 2.1. Samuel Walker, one of the best known lawyers In this octl'Ht, died at his home, lllrh laud lilies. Titusville, near heie, to-day. lie hud been 111 for five ye.it,. He was (UI years of age. Ho wis once police cnni'missloncr of Trenton and was a member of tlio Democratic Slate cfim mittee. He leaves a widow and one daughter. Henry It. Curtis, Hast Ocvsni:, N. .1., July Henry Itemlngtou Curtis, SO years old, who ictlreil fifteen yeais ago from the hoe house of IMwiii 1'. Hurt & Co., New York, died to. day at Ins homo, 3' llurrium Hrcel. He had been suffetlng from heat t troiibln for a year. Mrs. June Kerby. Mr .1,'Uio Kerby, vn, wbnw of Charles Kerby, the .ddest member of the Ni w V'irk Avenue M K Chiii'h, Itrook lyn, diisl on S.ituiil.iy nt her home, n3 SI Mark's avenue Sh was b an In Londonderry, Ireland, and came to Hrooklyn 1 early seventy years ago She Is survived by two sons, one of them, Frank Kdgar Kerby, Is sergeant major of the Thirteenth Heavy Ariillvry. NEWPORT FETE NETS $9,000. I'riieeeiU of .Mrs, llclrlelis's I'lisbloa .Mum Alinir I'vpeiMiitloiis. Newtoiit, July :'5. More than $!l,000 was realized as thc proceeds of "1'ne.h- Ion's P.isIiir Show,' the summer home ghen at Hose Cliff, of Mrs. Hermann Oelrlehs heie, yesterday afternoon nnd Dinner parties weie given in all sec tions hen1 to-night. James 1.. Van Alen R.ive a ultiiier at the Cl.nnh.iku Club. . ntlieiM entertaining Included Clarence , W. Dnlan, Mrs Whitney Watien, .Mrs. ' John Sinforil, Mrs. Lauti rl.ich and Mrs. 1 William !'. Draper. Preston (lllibon gave a dinner III honor of Mr. and Mrs. John It. Drexel, who earlier In the day "'" given a luncheon at their humrtier .m Itoger Welles g,ve a luncheon ni ins n.ivni ir.uiiiiig smiion, jir. ai- " r n. .luiuens .11 11111 4 op inn .uiu Mrs. William l'.i.tue Thompson at her summer home. Marden J. Perry gave a luncheon for the directors and olllcers of the L'niiin Tiust Company of Provi dent e. Mr. and Mrs. Thro lot Itoosevclt. Jr., were here on the Hi-mi yacht Moheran. Mr. and Mrs. .1 HiibMll Pope arrived here on the steam yacht Narada to Mslt Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones. Mis. Joseph P.. Dilworth is visiting Mrs. King C.irley. Cuinmodoie lieoign i.", ll.iKir h.i iiMliniil to Ni-w Y.ul; oil the .Kir g w.lh h.s guests CROWDS HIE TO FORESTS. '" i url.ers . iiinermis tiuonic llreftoii W immIs Arrlttiln Hiftt.'N WiM.i.s. N II. July of Neit Ym k W.th her art Phillip and Simuii KaulTmanti, Miss llopkina and Mij-H Leslt 1 of Washington. I Mrs. John W.inamiker Iris been 1 Jollied at the Mount Was Jngton Hotel l.y Mis. I!uvl.i W.irliiirton and her wins "f Phil.ub bihia. who will temaln ! until Cie .im v il of Mr. and Mis. Nor ,111111 .Mcl.e.'.l of PhllidilphUi dipt. CilLiort 11 Cotton, I . S. A, tet'.reil, en- tet-t.iintd nt dinner this veiling at tho Mount W.ish.ngtiui Hotel Mrs Albert ',.n,.j, t .v,v Yuri, lus arnted at tho jntervale Hotel. William ("olgite. who )H m,.inw through New Hngland, U p x.nK a few d iys at thu .Mount 1 oiu 1 ill. Hiettou Utnids. - -. III I.' 1 1 J)II.W. A V Kit I i.l- "" ''': -3 In tlfy-iilntli yi ar. J i. I'll i'i. Avi HI. sii lit tin lull .)- I It i'i e mi l M.r I: A verlll fuiier.il iTtli.s .it the I'hur. h of th" Asi.nslon. fifth .Itemie und Tenth strut. M.mdi. July nt 10.30 A. M. In erinetit private. Illlllt Cor.ltjll.t 15. of New York, wl!o ot Wl.suii f.ir llll.Li. un July Jt. t HiUulll! Lodge, fuliei.il i vices at All Saint.' Church, llrlin Kt Minor, nil M011d.it. July ;'ii. nt tilt) p M Train leaving lirsnd Cen tral Stntliin .it 3 13 will te met at Si.irlHtr.iUKh on-lludson. Interment at lluntsvl I'. All It H ruiuested tht no tlowers be ent. IlltAISLIN.--The itev. IMward IlrnUlln. beloved hiisliund of Margaret Kenyon, at lil resllenee, Pasadena, C.il., en Tlmrsduy. July SJ. fl an'S On I'rlday. July 'it l!V Junn II il.ins. In his forty ninth year funeral scribes at his I ttr resldne. 61 I'enirnl .tteniie. Tomi'kinvlile, Statea l.l.uid. on Monday. July SO. at 1 I M Interment private. HAYS -In New Yerk. Saturday. Julv :i, suddenly, id lue iiniinil 1. Austin. s"n of the lire Wtr.Um J ami Helen I). Hays, In his furl -seventh ar. fum ral private. IVl.Nrt Suddenly. At Ills r'lidenee, 115 West 1" Ifty-ilithlh tree, nn the morn ing of July Si. Wllll.iin Mill' ivlu., In tin. lxiy-flfth e.tr uf his f, MAltDUN' A' Sprlnstleid Canter, litmifii county. N Y. I'n.l.iy. July it. Prinels .sklldv M.ir.ltn. Jr, son uf I'rantlt SHIddv ind F.insy C Msrden Puii.ral servlei lirare I'hurili I'hantrv! at in. so Tue.liv. July J7. Interment ill IVii'i'l'iixi r..iiietei TILl.OTSDN Sherwood de I.ancey. aied !,!,, beloved huihnnd uf Phl.leni Hor rliiv. Funeral servlre at hl late retdne. tss': seventy-ninth street, Hrooklyn. Mi.tnl.iv. V M Itolatlvet and (rlonl. Br kindly Invited. iinii- A' crtiipe Mniiu'uhi, W's.t 111 ing. . S' I . "ll Prldty. .Ill II. Il, Mure A. Ii Lille, wlf- of lienr) K WhlM hii.i di inh'er uf the .lie, Itev J Hd.im Ho, k lei. !. I), ui.-l Mi')' i: l'ry run. rtl s.itti'e it in r I itn rsldn'e. Itlltr r.M I, 'n Tnesa.it, .lull ?7 lit "i p VI l'u'ni . .11 Ilr-I'IK St I - I .n ..n in It 1 ,.r a I It ' r 11 11 I. f. w 11 ll ti ,11 N. v V." It In" r. men' a' 1 . .1, 1 f f 1 nil U.MIMITAKKHH. 1 ii 1 1 wissaswut." 1,.