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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915.
4- SCOTTI GOING INTO MOVIE FIELD, BUT SUFFRAGISTS PAY VISITS TO BARBERS Oct Cortllnl Welcome From llnireiillei's, hut Not From .Manicurists. BRYN MAWR'S TEAM PLAY DECIDES GAME The Opnrn Co. Will Tell Him How Much of Ills Pay It Will Tnkc. Conperstown Individually ns Stroll":, lint, Is Defeated by ( J-2 to !1 1-2. OTIIKK MIDSl'MMKR NOTES WO CJtOWDS ATTRACTED HKST MATCH OF TOUHXEY X II Mt some month ngo that Slgnor fVoli iitiiuitiiiccd to n waiting world his Inlenlin to enter the field of tnntlon plilurc which 1ms Just become the nmsl liked summer port of tlio npcrii singers. I tut tho weeks Imvo passed nlthmit further Information from the popular barytone on tin- subject. He a t nppeur In the I -eon I one net ccr.i called In Italian "L'Orucolo" and made from Fcrnnld's play 'The ("at nml the Cherub," Slgnor Scottl made a pro found Impression by bin noting In the opera at the Metropolitan last season. It appears that bis hesitation In mak ing known bis plans with gtcator detail wits dim to the delay of the. Metropolis tan Opera Company hi deciding how much of the amount paid to the singer was to go Into Its treasury, for the di rectors of the opera company have suf fered a chance of heart. They Intend to sharn hereafter In the profits of nil artists under contract to the company ho go Into moving picture enterprises. They are coin to take n certain per centage of the player's earnings In every cafe. Ann wnen iney nave ueciiie.i jiisi now much of Signer Seoul's summer earn- Ings hall tm their share the barytone will take his place before tho camera without delay. It Is probably not for the money that the company Is taking this unusual stand with Its artists. It i. ... .!!....... ...... . i , , 1. to discourage them from trying to , bring about this union of two such ills-1 similar forms of nrt ns opera and the movies. Another phase of outside activity of numbers of tho opera company which Is certain to und'Tgo n change Is concerned with their singing for the various tnlk- , out of the windows of nn upstairs bar ing machine companies which used to tier shop watching tho women mount tho take so much of their time and reward f tnlrn and all was hurry and confusion, them so generously for It. The Metro-1 Towels wer ripped off half done faces. polltan Opera Company has made a rule under men all applications fur artists must In the future lie made directly by t these companies to tho opera company, The artists will tie allowed to sing for I the talking machines, hut they will re-; ceixe meir compensation irom uie .xiei- , ropolitan Opera Company. The royal ties will go to the opera company. Tho rate of the nrtlst's compensation will depend on what tho salary Is In every Individual case. Those who recelvo n fixed sum will get that nmount for singing on every occasion that the com pany requires their services. The liberality of tho Metropolitan Cpera Company toward Its artists In al lowing them to devote so much time to the talking machine companies Iuih al ways been tho subject of comment. Dur ing Andreas Plppel's t-hort term of Im presarloshlp thero he was anxious to Insert a clause in nil contracts forbid ding the artists to devote so much time and strength to the .services of these very profitable employers, tho talking machine companies. Tho construction" work which makes Long Acre Snunri" look as If It had un dergone some awful convulsion of nn- i turn now supplies passengers on the .Seventh avenuo cars with all the perils ' and delights of n dangerous sport. When I the car reaches Forty-fifth stteet on the) .iy uowmuwii ll vol nee u 11 euip ' ' llll i -it.uuii' JI in, 1-1 in ij ii'm iiiinn n.- long bar on the near side of the open cars. Thus encaged the passengers pass over the track, which stands above n yawn ing pit. The supports of the tracks, rusty Iron pipes and the rocky sides of the trench are visible. At each street down as far as Forty-second Indignant pedestrians wave and storm Impotenlly at the vehicle which refuses to stop un der such dangerous conditions and nl low them to enter. At Forty-second street tho worst of the peril Is past. The car stops, the conductor raises one liar Into Its accustomed place and tho pas smgirs breathe a sigh of relief. New York supplies: her residents with every thing -even such a thrilling oxperlonco In I-ong Acre Square. One of the dancers who will probably Ik" missing next season after December Is Vernon Castle, who announces that he will go hack to tnso his place In the Aviation Corps of tho Kngllsh army In September, Ho has had some ex perience in operating an ncroplane and thinks he will lie competent to begin "irvice at onco. He Is delayed only by the desire to lose up hh affairs In this country. Mrs. Castle will remain here and continue to dance. None of the other dancers has suc ceeded In gaining nnythlng like the mpiilarlty of tho Castles. None of tho 'ihirs arouses such enthusiasm with Ihe public. Tho two went Into n hotel dancing room the other night apparently wearing the automobile clothes In which ihey had been riding all afternoon. They got up to dance, apparently for their Mvn pleasure, as they still seem to enjoy if ilTlii Ah lliAti linb lliii s unnid nil Inn I It When they look their seats nil tho Mher dnncerH nH well as the spectators twke Into such enthusiastic applause ihat Mr and Mrs. Cnstlo had to dance a larico alone for the benefit of those present. No other dancers over produce luch an effect on the public, fi'mo Marcelllno ceased to clown for i llMiig the popular comedian Iiiim tried hom than one profession without finding my that suited him so well as amusing Ms fellow men. lie opened it restaurant n firemwlch Village, but that nppar nt!j failed to Interest him, ami after a huu it was closed up. Put ho hi still fek rig (ongenlnl occupation In tho samo Held N.iw ho Is the proprietor of a Krc h restaurant In the neighborhood f the Metropolitan Opera House. There f is i rcr his nlit eiiUeaiTUes in nrt and nex m.iko up tho majority or ins . pj'rmis I lo In in tho same neighbor 'I .n that selected by tho singer from Ihe M.'impolitan who last winter opened risiaunu for n brief period. "Miirreillne must havo a hard heart to He sur .sful," onn of his frlendH ob 'srviil xesterday "These are hurd times '"r the jiiayers. Most of them mo in i'id ,-,.,d it is dlfilciilt to refuse them 'he prxdego nt credit, I have known ttre u-.aii one successful actor to open i rrsi.iurant only to come to grief hr ig ins kindness to old friends who 'irc m hard luck." BAR HARBOR DINNER FOR 42. M". John Aspeitrcn Is llnsless Work fur Wnr Heller. "aii Harooh, July 27. Mrs. John As tivri 11 nave a dinner for forty-two Wis at the Malvern to-night. The Wnr Itellof Association reported '"'lay that 134 garments and &.B00 critical dressings were completed. Mrs. ohn Jiicnh Astor gave a dinner for ;nty guests last evening. Mrs. A. Car 'till of New York Is occMpylntf tho ruler c ittaee. Illnner In XlnicUlritlr t'ohli, , A dinner was given to Police Magls rulo w pruce Cobb In the blue room J' th Hotel MeAlpIn last nlglst by fifty ,T( of hix former associates In the Ue "ftmsnt of Water Supply, Oaa and wclrlcity Major Mltchel wns present. There was scarcely n barber shop In Mnnhattmi yesterday which the suf frnglsts, nrmed with literature, banners and persuasive arguments, did not visit, for aK several of them said, '-The barber shops are the rent centres of civilization for men, nnd If they are once converted there wo shall have no trouble with them hereafter." Strange to say, the barbers themselves were very willing, rven cordial toward their guests. Only tho manicurists held out stoutly. Flourishing pointed scis sors, they voiced their disapproval of the wholo suffrngo movement. "I say It frankly," said one manicurist, with hr victim helplessly pinned In 11 chair beside her while the barber ruffled his hair, "I don't approvo of women making speeches on the street vomers. No, sir, I don't approvo at all." "No, ma'am, no perfect lady would do It. 1 cay," thp man In the chair re plied, "I say u woman's pbico Is In the Inline." To a woman tho manicurists ngreed on this. Ilejcwelled. chewing gum and radiantly nttlrcd they objected In n body. causing the suffragists to murmur nfter two exhausting battles with these repre. pclltatlves of their sex. "Itcally. It seems, strange that the women are so much harder to convince than the men The men were alt that the most ardent suffragists could ask. When the auto mobiles weighted with immense barber poles and hung with yellow Hags swung around the corners tralllc policemen i shouted their '"hoped for success" and piiuuien itiru oolite mi puinvn .win Montd tll(, urfrnK'0 cnr lo rlm nVer the n.ivomonts Indiscriminately with so.iroelv n word of protest. Newsboys clung to the tunning hoards In wild excitement. nnd once drawn up before the barber shops the crouds gathered so fast that oxen the siieakets were made helpless, (in a lower downtown street men hung scissors and clippers wero nrrestod In their progress and the bnrbers, white coated nnd smiling, stepped forwnrd to assist tho women In finding a place to speak. A tatde onco provided, the re- dining chairs, were all turned around to taoo tne ceniro nun mere, wun a row nt helpless, dumb forms arrayed mutely be fore her, each speaking sunraglst pourcit forth her arguments, Occasionally n grunt was heard from a chair, sometimes n head waggeu words were Impossible owing to soap and towels which the barber had been loo excited to remove but the general sentiment seemed to tic favorable. Tho crucial moment arrived when the pho togrnphers entered and arranged their machines. Then the men In the chairs sat up, waved their arms and excited whispers came from vnrlotis directions. "Here," called one voter angrily, ns he saw a camera pointed his wny, "here, tiarbcr, take this darned think off my face, can't you? And for the love of Mike, tip tho head of the chair up. They can't see anything but my ftet the way you have It now." Altogether llarbers' Pay was n pro nounced success. Clothing House Pay comes next on the programme, hut the -.uftraglsts are going to take a short rest before they try again. Miss l'ortln Willis was chairman of the day. SUXiO WUUliJJ iiUiil Ifl Xl&ljlJ. Tlmt I. If I'. S. Were lurniled Hut They Are A mi Inst War. YYapiiinutok, July 27. "We suffra gists would light In the field If this country should be Invaded," paid Mlt Smith, .secretary of the Congresnlonal committee of tho National Woman Suf frage Association, to-day. "And I think," sho ndded, "that Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt would make a wonderful field general. "However, 1 nm personally opposed and I believe the association Is opposed to war and preparedness for war. I think the War and Navy departments should have a board to develop more humane methods of warfare. When we consider that there would be no world war now If (Jermany had not done so much preparing 1 can readily under stand why President Shaw replied un favorably to the sungcutlon that we ( propose Miss Hoardman for member-1 ship on Secretary Daniels's naval board. "Dr. Shaw, Mrs. Catt and Miss Jano Addanis of our organization led In or ganizing the Woman's peace party." EARLY HELLOS TO JUDGES. .SurTrane liny CnlU In lie Mn-lc Vv fore I lie Courts Open. Lent the Judges nnd Justices of the higher courts escape suffrage calls on unffrairn l-lanlinilA Aa' ln.mnrmw t ll rt urrrnK(, workers have picked them for . . a a . calls before tne courts open nt iu ocioci: In the foienoim. Mrs. John Hlalr of the Kiiual Suffrage League will bo In charge of the tele phoning to tho Judiciary, nnd It Is said that the vMlls will begin at da break If necessary In order lo give each nn op portunity to promise to favor tho suf frage amendment or give his reasons for lefuslng. SUMMER SUFFRAGE SCHOOL. .Ills Corn M. Hill Tlll.es Forty txxn Pupils In Trenton I "it 1 1 a. In view of the rule that teachers In tho New York public schools who are suffr.iirlsts shall tako the r summer "aca- tloutt u-Ithln the tiounlnrles of tills Slate jjHS Cora M. Hill will continue her suf- frnge nctlvltle nt Ticnton Falls, whero sho has rented the old Moorecllff Inn. Forty-two children havo hocn taken to this summer suffrage school. Suffrage xxorkcrs aro weleomod at tho Inn, LOUISE GUNNING WEDS. Silnuer Slurried to Osenr .Melllnil', n VlolloUt, In sian IlleKO, Los ANori.us, Cnl, July 27. Tho secret marrlugo of 5Ilss Jxiulse Gunning, light opera star, nnd Oscar Selling, a Iah Angeles mUBlelnn and first violinist In tho Iirnhms Quintet, became known to-day. The two musicians woro mar ried In San Olegn Saturday, motoring back to this city nnd nnnounclng their innrrlnge to-day. Miss dunning was tho star of "The Balkan Princess." She also mnde a record for herself while singing with Mine. Schumann-llclnk. Following the wedding Mine. Hchumtnn-Helnk gave n tea for tho bridal couple. Tho two met six "months ngo. Carey -Alter, John J. Carey, vice-president of the Capehnrt Advertising Agency, nml MIhh Martha A. Alter, an advertlHlnir mniia ger. were mnrrlod yesterday morning at the home of the bride, 981 St. Nicholas avenue. After their honeymoon In the Thousand Islands they will llvo In this city. FACES COURT-MARTIAL 1 FOR FIGHTING BIG FIRE rrivafo Jack Herman Fails to Return to Camp Whitman at Time Ordered. Cam Whitman-. Flshklll Plain". N. V., July 27. Private Jack Herman of1 Company I,. Thirtieth I'nltcd States Cav airy, one of the regulars In camp here, Is facing a court. muitlul to-day ns the tCMilt of hemic work performed at the $176,000 lire In Pouglikeepslc last Sun day night. Private Jack did not g- lo Pough kccpslo with ti.o special miu.id of soldiers sent to help light tho fire. Ho and two companions) were already In town on a two d.s furlough. When the lire slrcu sounded he was with one of Poughkeep. sio's young maidens, who had bccomn very fond of Soldier Jack. In spite of her protestations Jack went to the lire nnd worked all Sunday nig1 1, all day yesterday ami part of last night. The girl friend whom he left In tho park s-oon forgot her anger nt being de sorted m suddenly, nnd sevir.il tlitUK during t'o day she took sandwlcncs and coffeo to Jack while he was working III t c ruins of the fire, holding tho hou or using a pick. Jaok was clue hack In camp early Monday morning, but he failed to np pnir then. When he reimrted to-day In learned that ho must face a court martial and explain his absence. The Poiighkce.e firemen rallied to Private Ileimans suppoit wltli vigor Chief (Jrnrgo Wood of the ilepattment addressed n letter to his commanding olllcer attesting t' e good woik done by him and other soldiers from Camp Whitman, and scores of prominent Poughkeepsliins telephoned to headquar ters asking that he he pardoned, Company, battalion and regimental drills composed the routine of Camp W'hltmnu to-day. To-morrow the first sham Initio will be fought. .Mint whether Now York will again bo captured or Al bany stormed has not been announced, for tne bo'ird of strategy keep th. plan of battle a soeiet until the battle Is under way, so the opposing olllcen will havo to think quick ami will nut know Jum what to expect NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tim annual Monmouth County Horse Show will nttrnct ninny to-day to Holly wood Park, West Did. N. J. It will continue throughout the week. Miss Heutrlce Arkell tllllam, dnWitor by a former marriage of Mrs. Francis K. Harbour, will he married to John A. Love of St. Louis. Mo., to-dny tn Catia- Johnrlo, N. V. Miss C.lllnm Is a grand daughter of tho late State Senator James Arkell, Mr. and Mrs, Kdward T. Stoteshtiry, who went to California to see the Panama-Pacific Kxposltlon, will go to Sara toga Springs early next month. Mrs. John Jacob Astor, xvhu hns been nt liar Harbor slnco the early part of tho summer, xvlll go to .Newport to no the guest of Mrs. ileoigo 1). Wldener. Mr. and Mrs. William (ireenough are visiting her mother, Mrs. Whitney War ren, In Newport. The wedding of Miss F.llzabeth P. Austin, a daughter of the Into I)r, Peter T. Austin, to Walter Miller will take placo 111 draco Church on August 1R. .Mrs. .James r, riiiiimtii is iiitmiim somo tlmo with her slsler. Mrs. James It. Clews, nt her suninior place In (Hen Cove, L. I. The Monilny Kvenlng Panees nr iniigd by Ihe MIskch Sernple at the Waldorf-Astoria will he lesuined on No veniber 22 and will he given theie.iftcr on November 29 and December K, 13, 20 and 27, Mncknjs Off for Aillrnmlncks. Clarence H. Mackay. the Misses Kath erlno and KUIn Mnckay nnd Master William Mackny havo left Harbor Hill for the Adlrondacks, whero they will spend' the summer. Delirious. SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. Noon MeetlnKn nt Hist ltlver pler. sturilnr from Cnrntlo flip. liiSfl I'. M. Meetings nt Hroadwoy nnd lOJd street snd ut Ninety-sixth street snd llroadma)'. WOMHN'S POLITICAL PNlON. Setrntpcnth senatorial lltrlct Curt Pa), MfvtliiK II tinon. Thirty-set s nth slrset nnd heentli avtiiuc. 1:15 P. M.. Fifth svenue snd LlKhtsenth street, 4 1'. M., Sixth nemie snd TwentlMh trcri; i:S9 P. M , HroadKay nnd Tenth street. P. M.--etxternth Cf n.itnrlnl dlMrlct Irest mestlng. Pint nxpnue snd (-et enty tlflh sreet. i 30 P M Sixteenth Senatorial dl trtot. strset nicotinic. Third axenue and 'Ixty-elEhth street. i 30 P M -Twentieth Senatorial dis trict, Second ntrnue nnd Ninety-third street. .3c P t -lloxlng shop "Winner."" HOih street and fifth nxtiu. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. W.XTKnnritY, July 27.- Motor arrivals from New York nt the lintel niton over tho Ideal Tour to-day Included Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Wey (Daniels). Mr. and Mrs. II. K. S. Williams (.Simplex). M. M. Holding. Mrs. M. M. Holding. Jr.. Miss Downey Stevens (Duryen), Mr, nnd Mrs. F. L. Camp (.Hudson), W. II. Vandllsen, John F. Hor.'in (Packard), ("apt. and Mrs. C. A. Dubois, Mr. and Mrs ltiilph M. Joiioh (Oldsnioblle). Pr nnd Mrs. J. C. Jones (Oldsmohlln), nlo Mr. nnd Mrs. K. N. IterbecKer, Arlington llelglit, III. (Packard), Mr. nnd Mis. W. II. Oliver, Haltlmnrc (Packard) ; Mis. It. L. Ireland. Miss Ireland. Miss McLean, clexehmd (Mercer) ; M. II. MrCarler. Ilumsoii, N J (Clement); Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Clark. Mrs. A C. Coon, f'hl cagii (Imperial); Mrs. Walter Itiissell, .Miss Marie ltu.sll, Detroit (Kirl). Lknox, July 27. Motor nrrlvnli from new York nt the Hotel Asplnwnll to-day IucIiiiIimI Mr. mid Mrs. John A Dlx (Meiir). James 11. Cnlllmati, the Misses Callliii.ui (Puckard), Mr. nnd MrH. N. W. Kendall, N. W Kendall, Jr (Stenrns). Mrs, Howard Leo Jones. Mis. Helen S. Walker (Lor.ler), Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ilurr (Packard). John W. Froth Ingham, Miss K, W Prntlilngham (Plene Airnw), Mrs. J. Stuait White. .Miss Tatiim, Miss Mnrle (1. Young, ( Hi nault), Mrs. II. W. Hguer, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Kgner, T. L. Pgner, A. D. Fgner (Cadillac), also Lllas lingers, Miss lingers, Miss II. Itogers, Miss I. Itngeis, F. It. Whlteomb, Toronto (i'lercu Ar row), Mr. and Mrs F. II. Drake, Chi cago (Plerco Allow); Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Lawton, William W, Lnwtoti, Jr., Havana (Flat). llnt;TTos Woons, N. II., July 27. Au lomoblhi toutlstH wlio nrrlxed at the Mount Pleasant Hotel xvero John It. Wade, H. A. Nell. Harrison, N. J. (Stilts) i Dr. and Mrs. II. N. Smith. Mrs. C. A. Hradbiiry, Palisades, N. Y. (Mormon) i Charles I'., Hilton, ('. II. Shirley, A. L. Hitchcock, llostnn (Pierce Arrow) ; Dr. W. A. Vandewier. Miss (I Viniilewler, New York (Chalmers) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Seth Sliepperd, Wiishliiglon (Packard); Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Holmes, New York (llenault). Cooit.iihtown, N. Y., July 27. Auto mobile arrivals nt the O-tn-su-ga to-day wero Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Debevolse, ltrooklyn ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Seymour H. llulmaini, New York; Mr. nml Mrs. F. M. llrooke, Phlladeliilila ; Mr. nod Mrs. Hdwnrd 11. Sturges, Soiilhport, Conn. (Page) : Judge Norman F. Dike, ltrook lyn (Oldsnioblle) ; Hen. Well, MIsh Well, New Yotk (Flat); N. S. Noble. A. W. lUiriutt, Akron, Ohio ( Packnid) , Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Sklles, Shelby, Ohio (Hulck) ; Mr, and Mrs. Joseph A. Shan non. Mr. and Mrs. William Hour, Nexv York (Packard). Hnr.TTON Woons, N. H., July 27. Au tomobile arrivals at the Mount Wash ington to-day from Nov Yoik Included Julian F. Pctmer and family (Pierce Anow) ; Mr, and Mrs. Cliiulcw II. Peck (Cndlllnc) i Mrs. K. S. Hogert, H. Pogert (Packard); Mrs, D. Martin, Miss Hetiick Itnlls (Kovcc); Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Corbetl, Dr. J. F. L. lx'ieue, I Mls.1 Jennie Kelly (lAieoniohlle) ; Mr. and Mis, John Weaver, Miss A, K. Hnso, J. II, Weaver (Packnid) ; Mr, and Mrs. J, Sinclair ArnwtronR and party (Mercer)", Florence Douglas nnd party (Simplex. MRS. DREXEL RECOVERS FROM FALL ON CLIFF No Complaint Made to Sheriff of Attack by Man Near Maine Home. ItANiion, Me, July 27. Newspaper men who tried to-day to get further details of the attack made upon Mrs. (Jeorgo W. Chllds Drexel of Phlla delpnla at North Islcboro Saturday afternoon xx-ere told nt the Drexel sum mer home to. day that no member of the household hail anything to say on the subject. livery person employed about the extensive estate maintained silence. Mrs. Drexel seems to have fully recovered from her slight Injuries nnd bad fright, nnd entertained at luncheon to-day. The report that the sheriffs of Waldo. Knox and Hancock counties lind been warned to bo on the xxnleli for Mis. Drexel's assailant Is untrue, no com plaint having been made. On tho con trary, every effort has been made to avoid puhllcltx. Mrs. Drexel described the man xho pushed her ox'ct the high hank at the Lookout as of under medium height, swarthy nnd generally resembling an Italian. Thereaie no Itnllansllvlngoii tho Island. It was lopotted to-day that Mts. Drexel recognized her assailant as a foiiner employee, a I'hllailelplilan. xxhoiu she had disch.ngcd because ho III Ural i-il his wife, and that he camo to Islesboro In a motor boat. All strangets aro barred from the estate ami the story of the discharged employee cannot bo conlirmed nt the Drexel home. DOWAGER DUCHESS'S ESTATE. Manchester Trust CiiiiiIh ,imv Amount to 'J,''."t I ,".'U:t. An aoemit ting In the estate of the Dowager Ducliees of Man. luster was tiled In the Sun ovule's office jesterdny, shewing that between October ', 1911. and Janunrx 2D last the Duke and Duchess of Manchester received nn In come of 39.0'J from the rcslrtimrx trust fund, now niiiuunting to 1.707,tMi. Tlie accounting was filed In connection with a petition by Harry II. Holllns, a trusti e under the will with the I'nltcd St.ite.-i Trust Cump.itiy and Frederick Ogden Peach, fnr permission to resign as truetee or ten trusts. The accounting saxs that the total of thu tmst funds Is J126.96.36.199U after the payment of - . 5 ! r to benelielarles. Tim trust fund for the children of the Dukn and Duchess now amounts to )2.0,0un. HAYS ESTATE $743,245. llrol.cr Left All Properly Pterin I on, (Mill to . wife. IMward St. John Hays, who was a member of the New Yoik Stock Kx change and of the hpnkcrngti firm of Tate .V Hays, left an estate of t74:i.2l.r, whin he died on December li last. Ho had J.1.I9.27S In securities .mil owned ic.il csi.ilc valued at ini,;ill. Ills Stock L'xehniigo seat was appraised at jss.nno. Mr Hays left Jion.ono tn hh diugh. ter. MrH. Mary Hays Dater, and Kill IS2 to his wife. Mrs. Kate P. Hays of ,M I .Madison axeniie. THE SEAG0ERS. Tho Italian llnr r Dnnle Allghlerl, sail lug to-day for Naples and (letioa, will c.irrv l.oon It.i'l.in vdlunttcrs among her 1 r. 00 steerage p.isscngeis. Knnie of her cabin passengers are ! Prini'ess KostiliilloHi, Senor Oiesin Kerrara.. V. .Inliii Murray. Sennra Ferrsra. Iir. Nirohi Carluccl, Dr. Alexander Oldinl, Lieut, (luliln Memo Meut. Anuuleo Pu. II. Prink Paris. V. uro, Meredith A. O'Neill." NAnnAciANsnrr Pikr, It. I.. July 27. Ilryn Mawr won the Army and Navy cups nt tho Point Judith Country Club lo-dny by defeating Coopcrstown, fiiO to 3 '5, In the fastest polo seen here this year. Individually tho teams were about even, llryn Mawr winning on superior team play, which has characterized Its work all season. llryn Mawr wns off with n rush In tho first chuker, l-'ell taking tho ball irom toe uiiow in, carrying ix uuwii inu field nml narrowly missing tho goal. Crano and Stevenson here took tho ball from In front of their own goal nnd played up to Lo llotitllller with long drives, tho latter scoring. Tn tho sec ond and third chukkers llryn Mawr overran this lead on three goals by Strawbrldge, llrown and Hopping. The defensive work of llrown was particu larly noticeable nt this time. After half time Coopcrstown took n new lease of life, and on a shot played up by Stevenson to Heckscher and one by Crane to Stevenson scored two goals. A moment later Crane saved his team a goal, making a safety on n shot by Hi -own. which looked like a sum goal. Krom then fin llryn Mawr took the lead, Shots by I'cll nnd Hupping with excellent backing up by llrown left" Coopeistown far behind. b'or llrjn Mawr Ihe offensive) work of Fell and Strawht Idgc was exceptional, xvlille Stexelison nod t't-atie did the bulk of the wurk for Cnnperstow n. To. mot- row the Point Judith team will play the! Camden UrasshopperH in the second round for the (Hailstone trophy. 1 lie lineup : Cnoperstnwn Hp: llrin Mwr Hp 1 It M lleekselur.. 11-J. It. Fell 3 5 T Li llouii lr . 3 .' C lli...mi I 5 M stevenoii .. K. Nriilirllic. 1 llaekJu-hila Crane filllai k Alex, llrown... S Total I; Tot'd . . IT Coonftrstnwn lioiN earned 4. ls penalties ij. total V llrin Mawr inl crime! 7. Is IH'ii.illi iot.il 6'j. Indlxldual iol Slnwtiruls. rl Fell ': llotipin; :' jc Ilia tllller. Heekhr Sli-ven-on Penalties l silrty hr Ia- Itnutilltsr, ' snfety by Crane. ' Hoppm? erci'-mir Time 1 hour and 11 minute. IU tine- Oiolej Tinifr-Oo Ifrey. LINDSAY JOHNSON. Director of I'lilllpplue Census Dies of Itliiiul Piilsiinlim, Manila, July 27 Lindsay Johnson, director of the Philippine census, died to-iay of blood poisoning. llhcnerrr Draper. KbonefcPr Draper died yesteiday ,ti the FIOA'er Hospital after tin Illness that began on Memorial Day. He was the third In rank In the Hoyal Arca num In thu State and held tho highest ollice In the order In Manhattan. In Masonry he xxas past master of Cope- sti'he i dge. No. '".It; a member of Hmplro Chapter. No. 170, It. A. M ; a tiietiilx r of Palestine Coinmandery and the New York CotiHlstoty of tho Scott. sh Kites and tho Mecca Temple, Mytlc Slit Inc. Mr. Pinper xvas super intendent of tho Kxinlng Mall lluild ing. He leaven his wife utid li.rce suns. William l.r (Irani! Mimlnnil. Pot (ii..xs Mxnor. L. I . July 27 Will. lam l.e lira ml 1Io.v1.ukI. mus.c om poser and playwright, died nt his sum mer home here last tdcht following an operation for stomach trouble. Ho was born In Asbury Park. N. .1 , but spent most of hN life in France His wife survives him. Tho opera "Snooa,'" pro duced at the New Amsterdam Theatre, Manhattan, live ears ago, was his best known work He wrote nlo "A -Llxe Wire," winch ir, cned In Atlantic City last week, and "Deborah," produced last oar. WIIHiini Ciirrnlhcrt. Toronto, Out., July 27 William Cat millers, smi of Janus Cirtuthers, president of the Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.. and a lending factor III tho Canadian main trade, died here to-day. The grain house of Jnmes Car Hither .x. Co. Lid, of which William Catruthers's father Is president, lias olllec" In Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and New Yoi k. Dr. .Iliciili II, I'rniil.enlieru. Dr. Jacob II. Fr.mketibeig. M. fur more than twent.x-llxe .xe.irs a pr.n't'si' g lilisli1an. died .Merda oiiMiii-g of lieart disease at Ins stimuli r h.one in iVil.irhuist, L l. His wife nnd txx daughters surxlxe him. His New York iffue xxas at ,'n l.as-' Se ei t.x -tlilnl stieet. He xxas a graUiiale or i oiuiiio.a Pi ixerslty and of iho Coltinilda m. iliral scliool. Cornelius II. DnlloU. Cornelius I'elallebl DuHois of Mnnt elnlr. N J. died of heart iIimm-i' -tetday aft.'i liooii at the llrliuont lintel, lie xviih hull! III Xaliesville. Ohio, III s"'i, the son of Major John ldatleld Dulliils of New Yoik For more than thirty yeats he was a mi oilier of the ln siitniico biokerage llrin of Frank & Dultols. 0 Maiden lane His xvlfe, n sun and txxo daughteis survive him, Fr.'derleW P. IJrniit. Si'w xiikv. N .1. Jul x- 27. Frederick Funu.in ilr.itit. 7. died at lit home on the CIMT road hue last night. He was conn,. -ted with tne First National Hank, of New Tn:k illy lor forty xe.irs. lie retired eight yeas ago. His w ife, xvh J was Miss III It-ii liilililiug, euivlves 1 1 1 in. GIVES $100,000 AS MEMORIAL. WIiIimy nf Dr. foul liluc Pniloixs A nl I -To lie roil tn Is II nine. PiTTSKiKi.n. Mass.. July 27. Mrs Pll- nbeth Spiagtl.' Contldge of Pittslleld md Ohlcsgo has given $10i),ihu to the Pitts field Au'l-Ttiberciilosls Assort. itmn as n memorial to her husband, tho late Dr Frederick S Cnolldge. This fund D to be held In trnt for a new building to be known as "the Fied click ShurtllP Coolldge Memorial Home" Dr Cnolldge, Mis. Conlblge nml her father, the bite Alfied A Sptagiie nf Chicago, wcie among the founders of the ailll'lllliercoinsis assni'iiiiliJii. in no. will Dr. Cnolldge gax-e llfi.nim to It nnd Mr. Spi'dguc also made a substantia! gift BIG BALL AT NARRAGANSETT. IllncU nml White Prcdoiiiliiuto In the X pinil n Onco ts, Naiiraoansktt Pinit, July 27 The IllncU and White ball held In the Casino r. .. " : . . ,. ; . . : the negro orchestra In while suits lo tho black nnd xxhlte cheeked cigarette boxes, xxhlle the entire li.illiooni was panelled Ir black and white str'ped bunting tj icpiesent a tent Among tho New Yorkeis who enter tained befmo the lull xxere Mrs John R Fell, Mrs. John 11. llan.m, Mrs. Philip Btcvenson. Mrs, H, II. Illtd, Miss do Coppet, JIrs Jerome N II inap.it le, Nel Kim M. (tmves and Airs. Alfied Havinan ftcitlUitteit tmtfeljUtpOitiixYiS, t Messrs. Brooks Brothers beg leave to announce ,that they will remove to their new building at Madison Avenue Forty-fourth Street on the second clay of August FETHERSTON FOILS ' JUNK TRUST'S PLOT , Combination of Old Iron Mag nates Can No Longer Wax Fat on City. KKAL AITTFOXS PLAXXKI) Commissioner Fetherslon of the De partment of street Cleaning, finding that the City V.rcoril Is not the most widely circulated medium In town, through tho discovery that as a Junk advertising sheet tho city's official orgnn Is exceedingly Ineffective, has hit upon the Idea of clrcul.1rl7.lng nil the loading Junk dealers, In addition to Inserting In the Cly Hrmrtl a notice that there Is to be a sale of 210,000 pounds of -crap Iron on August 2. Pack of this Is the unearthing of a scheme Into which a select coterie of Junk dealers entered some time ago nnd which hns netted them big profits at the city's expense. In outline the system was for u few Junk dealers to scan the rolutnns of the Cilji Httont and to hold a preparatory meeting every time It was illsciHer.d tint a city department was lo dispose of Its cast nff material. These men asned that under no circumstances would they bid more than $3 a ton for tho city's Junk Some one was se lected to make the deciding bid, and after the scrap had Isreti sold to this bidder the combine got together and had a real auction sale, they alone being the bidders. The Junk having been -old, they got together again and divided pro rata the difference between what the city got .mil what the combine got fmm Its own highest bidder. Commissioner Fetherslon lul the x-arl-ou city departments untitled. As n rrsult the scheme to have the Central Purchase Comu Isslon take charge also of silling city siipiln has received a big boost. Meanwhile William Jacobus of 3 Park Mow. an auctioneer of long oxpc! bine, has been recommended to the dcp.it ttnents as a man who will see that no combine of Junk dealers gels aw ax ix till a bid that Is ridiculously below the value of the stuff sold, lie condiii ted a sile for the Department of Water Supplv. C.as and F.leetrlclty re e. nth at which he got $0 xo for bra's and enpper Junk that under the manipu lation of the junk dealers' trust had been bringing In f3 a ton. Flirt bet more Commissioner Fetherslon has rut an upset price of J." a ton on the tire, scrap and malleable lion to be sold on August 2, nnd in addition lias order d that 150 old steel cart bodies be sold sipnratoly. THREE NEW PLAYS ANNOUNCED ciircli Me, I'lie Hrl Who Millies" nnd "iinie llnlix" Aim. t. Three new phivs are nnniuinee.l for the lilglit of August They are "Search Me" at the (iaiety with How- . mil Hstabrook, Montague Love. Veia Mcllisli and others In the c.isl : "The (ilrl Who Smiles' nl the Lxilc xvltli Nntnll Alt in Ihe leading role and "Some ll.iby" at the Fulton with Frank ' I.alor In the leading lole The Taylor Holmes se isnn (it the Comiilv Theatre under the management of Joseph Hiooks xv 1 1 1 open on August PI "Mr Myd s Mystcr" will be the t fit st play. VERNON CASTLE STAYS ON. Will I nullum. In "W'ntch Unr Mop"' I lltll December. Ch.uliN P Dillingham yes'enlay ar tuiuix ' d Hi it etnon i-.isuc ami nis xxuo xviiiibl ciint.iiue to appear III "Watch Your Step" next season Mr. Castle, xx lui is an Pngli.shman, has obtained a commission In the Aviation Corps of the IPigllsh armx, but ho xxlll not be re quired until De. i mher. I'm 11 In' sails ho will appear In "Watch Your Step," which xvlll be rent on the road bv Mr. Dillingham with the , m Iglnal New Amsterdam Theatre cast, PLAYS AND PLAYERS, I'lMlictH Demurest has retlicl fmm the cist of "'The Passing Show of Hi IT," nt the Wlntei Harden to take a placo In the cast of "The Pluo paradise," to lie seen at the Casino on Monday Helen I'.ley hns inado a gieat success In her pan a' the Winter (Inrden Cleo Max--Held xvlll make her flist appearance outside of xaililoville in New x,utk In j .. ,,I(K fp 1 i: nest scheiimg Pi nest Schelllng last night attended tho I'orty-fouith Stieet Theatre to see the knitting scene In Slug Sing. It xvas Mrs. Schelllng who supplied last xx Inter the material on which the con victs wolkcJ. The finished articles which Ibex made weie given b.x Mis Schilling lo Mine Senihilch, piesldent of the American Polish Itellof fund, and they xvero then forwarded to Poland The scene oceuis In tho (.econd act of Tho Uluo Paradise." I GROUT GETS A YEAR; 10 DAYS FOR APPEAL J mitre Lewis Sentences Urook lyn Hunker to Minimum Term. 310 HE fiRACE IF NEEDED R-Clty Comptroller IMward M. Otout stood unflinchingly yesterday between two uniformed attendants In the County Court of ltrooklyn xvhlle Judge Henry Luxvls sentenced him to Sing Sing for a minimum term of one year. "Mr. Grout," said the xnung Judge, looking at the gray headed prisoner, "after n fair and Impartial trial you have been convicted of the crime of perjury. Although tho coiitt tegrels that a mitt having occupied high and exalti 1 public ofllco should be In xour position, Net tho court Is responsive to tlio duty which It oxxes to the people ns well ns to Itself. "Mindful of the recommendation of the Jury and that tho conviction pro hibits your further practice of the laiv the sentenro of the court is that you n. confined In the SUte prison nt Sing Sing at hard labor for a term of not hiss than one nor more than txxo jear." Judge Lewis had previously denied motions for a tie trial and for an arrest of sentence. Stephen C Haldxvln, ihlef nf counsel fnr (irout, offoted tluie notions when Judge Lewis asked If tho prisoner hud anything to say why sen tence should not be passed upon him. In denying the motions Ji "go Lewis not only g.-iiiited ten diys of grace In which to prepare nu appeal, but said be did so gladly uiul would glxe iroro time If It xx en needed. Tho llrst moxe, nerordlng t Mr. Itall wln, xvlll bo an application to soine Supreme Court Justice, probably Jiltl-' Kelly, for an order to show cau.' xvhv a certlfb ate of reasonable doubt should not issue This application will be made In the next few dsvs. It will probably be iHurnablc before Supremo Court Justice Tonnsend Seudder, who sits in Special Teim next week. C.rout xxas sued the humiliation of coining to court In the prison van. At the request o" his brother. Paul, a. deputv xxarden w ilkrd from the Jail with him After being sentenced (pout was taken to Police He idquarters, theio to be phntogi aphed md measured This did not seem to dej ress him as much ns it did Ms son Jonathan, who necom pinled him in nn automobile Th" 1W tlllon tneisuiemeni.s taken, (trout 'xai drlxen hick tn Ilavmotid stteet Ji;l, where he xvlll remain for tho next ten d.ns at least. DIED. AftMf Tltn.NC. tMttiinl J iiKfrt rS ysr Piinsr.il from TIIH PPNKHAL I'lH'C'll ' Sit West T enix -third street I Prank i: ('.inipbsll Hulblln. Wednesday morning 10 n'clo. I:. HOWNi: -fsuddsnly. st ill'n foxe, I.. I . nn Tueeday. Jul 17, P.I15, Sidney H. llone. In Ins fietli f.lr. Funeral notlte lieresfter r.xltltrTllllitS At Toronto. C.inedi, on ,lu v :7. Wlllimi o.irrutlieri. son nt James Csrruihers of Mntrenl I'l.AIHC - "li .Monday, July 1815, st her rel len. c. Ill West Ninety. fourt'i rrt, Mary flirk. beloxe.1 wf of th lite Alexander Clark Funeral servb-ee Wednesday ex'snlnn .u .1(1. Interment Thursday. 5 1' M PCIKIIS Suddenly, nn Tuesday. July 27. laid, Cnrne.lus l uf MnnU'tnlr. N. ,1. belovi.l husband of Clan Itfidtn Pupils. Niitlee nf funeral hereafter (III All A M Suddenly, st Atlanlle Huh binds N" .1, nn July 27. IJ1I, KiUa belii. diuRhter nt ihe late James ant Margiret llr.ihim I'tinoril from her late reibtenee, !.? Sautli Ninth sireet, llrnnklyn. on I r t -diy. July 3(1, ut 0 3') A M. shurp. thni to the church of the Traiiifisu ration, M.ircy axenu- end lleop-r .trft. IIOWL.XNP William Legrund. July i'l sued I!, utter n short lllnen Funeral on Thursday, at J'SO, Christ t'hur. li, Mirewshury, N J. Train leave I'rnnsylx'anl 1 Station at t: 31 for Little silver, where carriages, will meet th train. MOTT At hi town residence, n Fifth menur, July 28. Jordan 1. Mott, father of Mrs Chirles p Micl.o.iu and of Jar-lilt L Molt, Jr.. In ills '6th e.ir I Funeral serin es nt Chun h nf the Purl tans. UDMi Mre.-t and Fifth avenue, TH ure to V M Inteuni nt lit Kon v), n cemeiery. sit KIMI l'.lll -July 17. lots, nt Cilid N .1 . nfter li kli rl V n..s. !-ott II Shepherd iiuel UT xeirs llllli ral il ll ate J'KltMIN.W.s.. IILS'ltY-nl Itl S. Ill'Sil A J. 1" re. mnvrd Irom Hi W IMth St. tn No. 3t: W .I.MIi .St. Please, lali, don't I'ctum. 1 am nick. UAAHUsJsLIh 19 fs . 1 - V .1sX AU fc,ijfc!-)AA" ,4, 1st Ui .