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1915 COSTUME BALL AT SOUTHAMPTON WATER CURE URGED FOR CONSUMPTIVES Dr. Knoff Also Advocates Swimming Tools for tho TnliHc Schools. RUNAWAY BOY HEIR EXPERIENCED TEAM , TORPEDO INVENTOR LOSES TO NEW ONE. ACCUSED OF FRAUD TO $60,000 ESTATE liftl tiliitlcs Tinwyors, Kcnrlnfr Trnp to Forcp Him to Jtotnrn Home. Scion's Cliiof Event Nets l.n rpo Sum for tho Hospital. Aiken Tipors Mnko Short Work, AVoinnii Decorator Wins fn of Freebooters In Match I Stilt to llecover $2,150 on for Knt hliorne (.'tip. I a Judgment. OIVKX IN OHKAT TKXT SIM? AY BATHS FAVOHED UKLIKVKI) TO m IN IlllOXX COOPKHSTOWN I) K F K A T K D ! 1 1 0 1' S K 1 1 0 T.I) HOODS SOLD THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915. Fin tHaMPTCV, I,. I.. July 30. Tlio nn miai s-umo luill for tho benefit of tho Southampton Hospital, lit-Ul to-night In a !.i -irj in.iriiuco on tho grounds of tho jl, ,i l"ub, was tlio most successful khI f vt in of tlio season, nnd It Ih ex- puicl t lint a largo sum will bo netted tr t ' hospital. Aii-u.J tlio dancing platform In tho cci.ti ul tlio tt'til. worn forty-llvo boxes, uul teating nit persons, and nil of tho 1, ivi w to sold nt $S0 each. The color t ' mo In tho decoration was blue and jfl, The railings of tho boxes weru ji.i.riuil blue, mid over imoIi btvx wero jc-., .iv Japanese ileetrlcally llght.d Ian ttii s .Suspended from the centro of tho U'il ttno two hugo chandeliers with I u , beds of blua and yellow lights, utid ! .i g from tho chandeliers wero silk r'ri.ri ''fit of yellow nnd blue. A pas mneway covered with oak leaves con iiKinl tho dancing pavilion with tho cuWiniHc. Those In chnrgo of tlto ilrc orau ins wero Mrs. Henry V. fcagc, Mrs. C. N. HllfH, Jr., and Miss lleatrleo a nil n. Thoso who wero to occupy boxes for the ball began to arrive, m about 10:30 nnd at 11 o'clock an exhibition of the p,ivi iwa gavotto under the direction of Mrs. Pert ha Waro Cady was given by Mr. and Mrs. Louis du l'oni Irving, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic 1. Humphreys, Mrs. F:euart Hnvls, Miss Hcutrlro Clntlln, HUl.a:d Habiock and T. Gulllard ' Thomas 2d. Tho music was by tho Huss.au llalalailt.i Orchestra of lifted! pi' res. Among ttwre occupying boxes' wero Col. nnd Mre. ltobert M. Thompson, Mrs. l'ctcr II. WyckorT, James Lawrctico Hreese, !eorgo Warrington Curtis, Charles Hartxy. Charles rttcelo, (leorgo (I, Do Witt, Walter Cutting. Henry ling ers, 13. W. Humphreys, Adrian H. Lar Mn. Arthur It. Cl.ltltn, Ncwbold Kdgar. Fairfax S. Landslreet, Charles li Miller, Frolcrlck A. Know, 11. Aymar Hands, William I. Douglas. Henry A. Alex ander, Henry Purse, John Harris, Arthur Coppcl. Charles S"nbln, Anson Heard, Hownrd C. Hrokaw, . Goodhue j.ivingsnn. Albert oaiiatm, i-. ii. van i Huron, nonry ite.i, lorneiius miss, , Hobert linger, Jr., Leo Dclnfleld, L. Day, Alexander A. Tiers, (leorgo T, Max well, Sherwood Ablrleh, ltalph J. Pres. t in, Henry Sanford, F. llurrall Huffman, S'ephen 1'ealKMly, Charles H. MacDon a d, O. B. Lambert nnd John F. Harris. AmonK thoso of tho dancers who wero In costumo wero Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hoot, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Scott Cameron, Mrs. Kdwnrd Van IiiKen, Mr. and MrJ. Orson 1). Munn, Mrs. c. N. Hliss, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearlo Ilarclay, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sydney H. Hreese, Miss Frances ltreese, Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. SnRo. Mrs. Itlchnrd II. Williams, Jr.. Mrs. H. W. McVlckcr. Mrs. Joseph I. It. Dllworth, Miss Juliana Cutting, the Misses ltlce, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry II. Uoeurs, James L Hreese, Sherman Day, Stuart John son ami John O'Day. Supper for more than three hundred was served at la o'clock In the club liousri dlnlm: mom and on tho porches, which wero brilliantly Illuminated by jellow nnd bluo Japaneso lanterns. After tho supper danclnic was resumed nnd was continued until bite. About four hundred persons attended the danco. Mrs. Kdwnrd Van IiiKen nnd Mrs. J. II. Dllworth, who bad than;" of tho arrangements, received coimratula tlons. 1'rcccdlnK the ball many Informal d'nners were Klvcn, the hostess nftcr ward taking their guests to the dance nnd Is not receiving nn excessive salary. : tho Meadow club. Mr. nnd Mrs. ' c'l Sullivan, chairman of tho Investl !. .s dq Pont Irving gave a dinner for gntlng committee, said yesterday that It t irty-slx guests, and Mrs. James li 1 would he two or three weeks beforo .1 r..r uitertnliied thirty. Mrs. Charles I hu report ul' bo mide public. V.x- T. llan v. who Is a irucst at tho club. pavo a dinner for eight. Among t!ioe giving small dinticrs wero Mrs. Arthur I' Clatti'i, Mrs Abinuo Potter, Mrs. W. Brottt Cameron, Mr. J. It. Dllworth, Sir . II p llnbbins nnd Mr. and Mrs. i. Hue, mill. Among tho week guesls who came for h ball urn Mr. and Mrs. Anson W. I ur. hard and Mrs. J. K. Davis, who are with Jlrs. Fnlrllax H. Liindtreet nt Hie Llihu Hoot cottnge. Miss F.loanor 1. 1" son airivcd lo-day and Is lit tho Irving. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Announcement has been made of th1 wig.gemcnt of Miss Clurlnda Jlo.irdman. 'conditions resulting from the utey pusn .'i i '.id of Mrs. Lansdalo Ito irdnvin of "ft pedlers of drink ng cups that nro 375 lmk aveuiie. to Ilradford Ilcird- properly cleaned, twenty-live arrests in . i n of tho hit- William H. Hoard- "m oil the lower Last Mile yes- in jt .'hit! note Farm, Ill.lgellebl. ferdny. Magistrate Cobb In htsex Mar Conn. M.sjt llo.ir.lman Is pissing the,-et Court suspended sentence In fifteen mi- -.utii her mother at Huntington. -w ''" I""""1 the offenders to be In 1. 1 Mr. lloiidman was graduated Mrurted In thn use of an tnry mclltods f m Yalo In l!-n:. and Is a member ,,f of selling soda water and other llqu d i Y..l and New York Athletic clubs, leifieshnicnts. len wero lined from U to II si.'t related to Ills finance. ,2 each. Mr a l Mrs. Henry Frost of Sum- Many pushcart merchnnts make a w. N J. hive announceil tho eirgnge- pr.iotlco of washing glassos In dlrt -if t of their daughter. Miss Fr. d.i wnter. Tho Department of Health has ! '. .o Stephen Payne Nash Ithoades. ' dlHcovcred that thn palls contain germs of Mrs I.ynnn Ilhoadfs of this No .lulu has bo n sit for tho wed- 51' g. ARRIVAIS AT BAR HARBOR. Pn Haiiiiok. July SO. Hotel arrivals he:., .ire: LoulslnilK--J.inios A. Fatley, N' iv Yurie St. Sauvrr - Herbert llrown, '.orpo Kenavent. New York, llelmont M .iid Mrs. IMsvnrd llowland, Chest- n . H' l, Pa. Mnlvern Mr. and Mrs.1 r ! M. Hyde, Ueorgo llrjunt, Miss 'I..', A. S Strange, Now Yorl?. New ! Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Van Luce,' .irk I " "e New Yorkers rcRlstered nt the .' ng Club: Miss Mary Plni'hot .' '. U T.ivlnr Mlddloton, Mr. and Mrs. J.i ' S. liitr, II. lioiinermaiin. l Palmer of Washington has Joined hi" : .''.fr and Miss Piilmer here. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. V' .ird Mrs W. Do Lancer Kount7.n h'i i.- titxn M'. nnd Mrs. Peinbroko J- i at Newport, where they aro pass Ii.k I'm season. Mr nud Mrs. T. J Oakley Hhlnelander m l their noil, Philip llhlnolauder, nro lr vl:,g to-day for California to remain uii' 1 tho mlddlo of Septcinlier. i r. and Mrs. J. Looming Walker nnd I Adi ln Walker, who am p issing tho i" ' at Southampton, L. I., aro at the 1 'ij'.i for a brief visit. Mi .ml Mrs, Anson W. Hurchard nnd M .' id Mrs. Joseph H. Davis havo nr n 1 .it Southampton, L. L, for tho ro ' i 'ler ,f tlio season. d" and Mrs. Frederick W. Vander b' i will occupy Leewnrd, their cottage at l.ir Ilarlwir. Mc. during August. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Mellon nre nt their summer placo In liar Harbor, Me., ii it September. Mr and Mrs, Thomas F. Vletor, who nre passing tho summer at their country I oc. Meadow drove. Peabrlght, N. J., i i- at thn I'lnza for u brief stay. li vldlii Hamilton left tho lllltmoro iiiterd.iy to pass the Beusnu at Now- I" Michael Krlrrisnm left Inst nlRht for R.irruoga nnd Lake Oconto Ho will inoior from Saratoga to llluff Point, whrro ho will remain uulll early In September, Vr. B. Adolphus Knopf, professor of modlolno In tho department of phthlelo. thnrapy, New York Post-Oradunte Med leal Hchool nnd Hospital, mnkeii a rdm j for public bnlhs for young nnd old nnd swimming pools, particularly In connec tloti with public schools, In an article on "Water In tho Prevention nnd Cure of TubereuloslH," which appears In the current number of thclfnllcnl llccord. "As a matter of routine," Dr. Knopf nays, "I Invariably nsk the new patient how much water ho drinks dally : most frequently the answer Is, '1 drink very little.' When the patient Is taken under treatment mid urged to drink from six to eight classes of water between meal times nnd even rmnll quantities with his meals. It Is surprising to notlco how quickly nearly all tho symptoms, such ns IiIrIi temperature, headaches, malaise and anorexia disappear, nnd even the tough becomes better. "Of course the explanation for this Im provement lies In the fact that with In creased Ingestion of water the toxins Focreted by the tubvrclo bacilli ns well ns the toxins from an overloaded In testinal tract becomo largely diluted. The Increased nmount of water Ingested also helps to make the sputum less tena cious. This lienetlcent action of water en tough nnd expectoration enn bo tna- tcrlally Increased by urging the patient to tako an nbundanco of salt with his meals. "The vnliin of the Internal use of wa ter Is as Kreat In the predisposed ns In the typical tuberculous Invalid, but there Ih perhaps no remedy of Fitch estimable nluo to overcome physlologlcnl poverty his definition of predisposition to tu berculosis, either Inherited or acquired l ns the external use of cold water. Wo know of courso that the mechanical and thermic stimulations of tho skin nre re sponsible for tho effect of cold water (75 to (10 decrees) on the normal IVS' tern : we know thnt oven the exposure of the body to cold air brings about tho com. H. lintlblt l,n- ..ft..!., ttin.n.'li nti In erease of oxycen consumption tn propor- ,, to tho intensity of the cold. Tho r)d water has the -ame effect, but In Mldltlou, tmrticularly when taken ns a shower bath or spray. It produces nn In valuable mechanical stimulation. "I cannot plead too ardently for the establishment of public bnths, municipal nnd otherwise, Including Moating baths for tho warm season : but they should all be supervised by tho proper health olUclals. Let hnthlnir In winter nnd In summer bo made not merely nn net of recreation but one of the essential fea lures to develop a healthy, strong nnd tuberculosis-free population. MUSICAL CHARITY INQUIRY, A fin Irs of Mtitnnl Protective Union l'mler luvestlKn tlon Whether -or not tho directors of the Musical 'Mutual Protective Union are extravagant in expending tho organlin tion's money is under Investigation by a special committee. At a meeting yesterday it was disclosed that the home for old nnd destitute members, which Is supported by the union, has cust )35,n00 for Its purchase and malntcnanco slnco 1910, Asked It they thought this nmount was extravagant, two of the directors replied In tho negative. Tho super- , Intcndent, they said, Is doing good work I I"'" nccouniauis win go over mo hooks nnd make their report within a week. Tho Investigation was stnrted recently when It was found that the union wni running into debt becnusc of expendi tures for land nnd new buildings. The hendqil.irters nro nt 210 Fast Klghty blth street. It has more thnn 0,300 members. PEDLERS LEARN SANITATION. Fifteen Prisoners Slnmn Dnnicrr of t'nclei.n Ilrlnklns Cup. As a result of the work of tho 100 In spectors of tho Health Department who attempting to end tn unsanitary ' nmny iumns.10,1, o..... complli'd statistics showing that four or live ont of every fifty persons who drink from these glasses have some commun icable disease. Tho remedy proposed Is tho use of tho paper drinking cup. Iloi y (ult Insurance llurcnu. James J. Hoey, who has resigned hb second Deputy State Superintendent of Insurance, Is to become executive special ngent of tlio Continental, the Fidelity Phcnlx nnd tho American F.aglo Flro Insurance companies, with headquarters at SO Mnlden lano, Now York. l'lu unit Pin) era. Slclla Miiyhew will return to vaude ville, next week nt tho Palace Thentro for a brief season nftcr her starring tour In "High Jinks," She will be as sisted'by Hilly Tnylor. When tho Henry 11. Harris estato pre sents "Some llaby" nt tho Fulton Then tie, whero "Twin Hods" will not bo seen nfler this week, tno principal pans win bo acted by Frank Lnlor, Jcsslo ltalph, F.rncst StallnrdJ Franclno Larrimore, Sam Kdwatds, Jean Arthur, Ileth nllvn Murray, (lllbert Clay- t iir.hrt I.awreSKo. The fnrco will bo acted In Asbury Park nnd Long llrnuch beforo It is urougui 10 .-now York sonio night In tho week of Aug. 9. Walter Jones will act tho part In "A Full llouso" played here at tho Long acre Theatre by Herbert Cortbell In tho company that Is to go on tno roan. Morris (lest has surrendered the t..iito f '"I'lm Dock hao." hv John ilolden, which was ncted nt tho Lnmbs (Inmbol, to Ham unip nnn siary Aiarrji who will tiso It III vaudovllle. Tho Lyrlo Thentro will open nn Mon day. August 0, with "The (llrl Who Smiles," Natallo Alt will have the lead ing role. Alma Tell nnd Stanley droom havo i.aa.i Aiuiiiciml fill Ilw pnintl.lliv which la Ito present "Senich Mo" nt tho (laloty Tlieaue nil .Moiiu.iy, .mikuki , 'Phln lMn" will ri'HiiniM Its nrosner r.t.u iiiiri... nl thn Tllnhn Thn.'itrn on August 18, In tho meantime rehearsals are hold In tho country homo of Fred Stone on i.ong jsianu. STUART DUNCANS HAVE Housewnriiiliig Given for lton nio Crest, Their New Villii nt Newport. Nrwpop.T, July 0. - A large dinner danco was given to-night at llotinle Crest, tho tc w villa of Mr. and Mrs Stuart Duncan, as tho olllclal house warming. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, who wero assisted In ricelvlng by Mrs. Dun can's sisters, Mis. W. M. V. Huffman of Tuxedo and Miss Marion Stoddard 'of New Yotk, had a party of 12 dinner guests. Other guests fiom tho dinner parties of Mrs, Leonard M. TJymi.is. Mrs. W. Karl Dndgo and Mis Anna Sands came In for the dancing, which followed tho dlnili r. Tho hoiife was I decorated nd hundreds of minll electtlu lights wire used on thn giouiidH. IteMrtes Mrs. lUminaii and Miss Strut-I dard Mr. and Mrs. Duncan havo as their I guests Alexander Hutchinson, liforgo. Hiokaw, Charles Ininan, Dwlnht P.ut- rldge, Hosmcr J. Harrctt and Ceiil Lang-1 dale. Harry S. ltlnck, who arrived on his ynrht and Is tho giast of .1, Stewart i Hartley, entertained at luncheon at Hill1 lop Inn, Jlrs. Charles F. HotTm.ui at I Armsia Hall ulul Stanley Moitinur nti tho ( lamli.ikn ( luh. Tlio llev. Herbert Shlpman has Joined Mrs. Shlpman at the Cramp cottage. Louis Hobsevalti of New York Is tho guest of J. liordon Douglas. Ho was nt thn Casino this moining. when Mrs. 1orlllard Spencer, Jr., and Mrs. W. ;,irl Dodgo won thn llnnl mat'ii In tho women's doubles tournament over Miss Ldna llarger and Miss 12. Laniard. MSS BARKER TO WED TO-DAY. Chlentcu Heiress Will IIitiiiih. llrl.tr of lloi.i.rd Npnulilliii;. llAI'.lioil Point, Mich., July .'III. Miss Catherllio Harker of Michigan City nnd i.nicago, Known ns one or the rlchcM girls In tho unilit and said to have nn Independent fortune of from ssn.uoo,- 000 to J.10,iini'.oni) and un liicunm of morn than fl.ono.oon a ear, wUI be married to-moiiow- iitternoon to How ard Spauldlng, Jr., of Chicago. Tl.e eutniuer home of Miss H.i-ker, sltiiated between Llltln Truvi rui Hay and thn harlejr and the grounds of which havo two Hhoro lines, Is bonitlfiilly deco- mtcl for thn occasion. Ill i .if. foun- tnlns and growing plants mo evuiy- where. From Hast, West nnd South thn .100 expected gilnMs urn arriving. Joseph I;. Itrlggs, Chicago's premier mixer of cocktails, hailed iih thn most skilled of his trlln west of Ilroadway lUld especially engnged for thn open. Ion, mis nmung tho Important nrrlvabi. Tlio briilegroom-tn.lio came hero with Mini Harker nnd Mrs. (ieotgo oir, her chnperon, rally this month nnd Ihn bridal pair 1,nvn fciiiicrvlncl every dc. lull. Tim ceremony will bn pi i-formed by thn llev, John H, Hleekiii:inu, Hoiniili Catholic chaplain f the .Michigan City tftato prison, in tho mm parlor of the Harker homo. Many valuable pioseius havo already nrrlvrd, BRINT0N BALL0U. Members of Old Families Mnrrled III Plllliidelpliln. Pitii.AtiKi.fim. July :io. in oi.i st. Peter's Fplscopal Church at noon to-day Miss I'na Itallou. daughter of Mrs. Franklin Hallou, becamo thn brldo of llownri! F, Hrlntnn, tlio ceremony being performed by the Ilcv. llnny Dutclier Vlotz, Tho bride was given In mairliiRo by her brother, Norrls Hallou of New Yoi k. The bride Is n great-gianddaimhler nf dipt. Wllllnm Wilson or the llniolutloti. nr lililiy. Mr. Iliinton, n Vnln grnd into of 'OR, Is ii sou of the late Di William Howell Hrlntnn, who served under his cousin, Ucn. (leorge II. Mc Clellan, In tho civil war, The octopus. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. I mine of I he l,ate( n iocs Ptni'i'il on tlii" Hettlsiers. MeAtpIn Charles 1.. Keller, Ilitftalo, N. Y. : Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. l Hallard. Ill, P.io, Tex. ; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor, . New Orleans, I;a. Plana Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Whitney I lllake, New Hnven. Conn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. I Charles Morgan, Isllp, I.. I : Dr. nnd i Mrs. William Wallace Walker, White ' Sulphur Springs. W. Va. Hlltmo'e Mrs. Alexander Inughlln, Pittlnirg; Mrs ileorge W. Moore. Miss i!lad Moore. Ilrookllne, Mass.; Mrs. I'r.nk ll.bb.ird. Chicago. Vandei hill Porter Pollock. Youngs town, ohm, IMunrd Livingston, -Hllzn- , lieth, N. J. : Mr and Mrs. Hobert II. Klein, Dayton, Ohio i Manhattan --Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Wheatlev, Washington, D. C ; Mr. and , Mrs. D. II. I'owles, (ileus l'alls, N. Y. Prince (ioorg. M. Sign-aid. Hnno, Nov ; Oeorge .1. llerseh. Warren, Pa. ; I (I. Young. Sioux l-'alls, S. D. Savoy Mr. and Mrs. W. P llrophy. ' Salt Lake t'lty. Ptah; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Harold Jones. Denver, Col.; Mr. and Mrs ClMrles Holi, i iniaha. Neb. ' Netherl inil-II. .1. Iteebe, Springfield. ' Mass; Charles W Moore, Detroit; ! ' II. Parks, (liens Fall", N. Y. Albert-II. A. Austin, Chi agn waid A. Popper, Itulfalo, N. Y Hd- BIG BEQUEST DWINDLES. Hstnlf fields ISI1J,1IIT Instead of Kl.lMlll.llllll for t'linrlly. The appraisal of the e.nato of Mrs Anna Moore, who died on July 17. IDI3, and was thn widow of James Amnry Moore, show that tho ieslduar bcqui'St yh mndn to establish a homn for con valescents In New Jersey In memory of her husbiud amounts In only $K.2.D17, Instead of f l.nod.mii), ns was estimated lit tho tlinn Mis. Moore died. It Is doubt fill If Ihn ninounl will be sullkient lo carry out her wishes. The testatrix left a total estate of $ I, mill 1 Hi, but her net estate was only I f p;:.,ss:i . if this amount sho gave jus,. ; 21(1, including thn rcsldii.lt y bequest, to i Wllllnm It. Lloyd, a banker, who han dled her Investments and was named as , sole executor. Sho left J 10n,n()fi in tiust I to John .1. Anion, a lelntlvo of her bus I bund, nnd to her own brother. Henry Fallon, she pive )r.(),ni)Q In trust. Her will w.n contested by tluce brothers, 1 four nkces and four nephews, and a set tlement was matla for f 105,000. I Tim testimony In the case hlmwed that Mis. Mooie bad executed four wills and that she would havo mndn a fifth If sho bud taken thn i.dvlc" of J. lierpont Mor gan to marry tigaln Sho was etigigcd to Fltz Henry Fltr. Henry, a well known I HngllMh ml cotiliol.Hreiir, nt tho time of her death. Mis. Moore's gross estate was reduced by debts aggregating It 00,01 2, wh.ch she i owed thn banking llrill of Lloyd ft Co. Tho bulk of her estatn vrns In secuillles. WaLS AND APPRAISALS. Saiiaii April It cousins. M. Van Santvooiih, who died , 1911, left l".27.1 to seven Sho owned socutitlcH worth SIR'.'.Ki". Sa.mvi:i. F. Howi.ANP, n dentlut, who died nt 121 Hast Si'venly-i'lghtli street on March H, 1 1' 1 1 , left J.7.020, of which Im gavo r.O.OOU to Mniy J. PerliiiH, who was not related to him. Tim will left tho residuary estate to the Moody Si bonis nf Noithlleld, Mass., but thorn was no residue. Lot ih Oi.iva, who 'died August IB, 1014, left jr.fi.al7 to two uncles nnd two cousins. John II. Pini'M!, who died nt wance. 111., b'ft Jil.l.tHl lo his wife sous mid two dnUKhtciH. Ke- two lllsliop Sabine's lltlllte f I 'J 11, dill', Hishop William Tufliell Snhlnn of thn Iteforincil Hplscoiial Church, who died August II, 1 1.1. b'ft nn estato or I2:!, 132 In live daiiglileis nnd four sons. Hn gave bis theiilogicnl books lo IiIh daugh ter, KdHI) Kiiileffeltii Sabine, nnd Ills son, I William Tufliell Sabllie, Ills tesliliincn int ti nnn. 165. nt Ouu MhiIIhoii uvl'Iiiio wnn worm Jin,. Ho hud lecuillICH valued m 107,- SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. woman svrniAfiB PAUTr 4 P. M .lth Assembly district, Jen Mi str.fl mevtlng .it Kast llounton ."treet and AvnniiD 0. k P. M Nineteenth Assembly dis trict, nuto with speakers wi.l visit 110th Hreet nnd ninhth srrnur, 116th street and Klchth nvrnue and other places. ! P M. Henry Street Settlement SuftrHKe Club holts street noetlnc on Uraft.t street tippo'lte Nelchborhnud l".rt ll'Hl.e s 1" P M S" ent.enih -emh'v dis trict, rtreet tneetlnc at Nlnety-Hlttli e'l.et and llrondwar. k 30 P. M.-Sfl.Hll Assembly ills. irlct. street met ting, rorner Twcnty tii'h xrvet and Ninth avenue. 9 P. M. Fifteenth Assembly 'lis. trl. t, str.'rt meeting at Kluhty-slxth 'rent and llrouilwuy. WOMKN'S PiiI.ITIi'.M. PNinN. All Dsy Twenty-secnnd Setiatnrlil dlstriet. ni..lliiR, !7S i:..st Hist street, meeting at Hup drowers' pic- III., S.vll.lll llejrh, Ni w lotk i P M - S.-eenth Sen.llnrl.1 d'.s. trl.-t. meeting. Aenu" A and Sixty- eexehlll street. 5 P. M Twentieth Seniterlsl dls. trlct lir.ih street nn if Third sei,u. . SO P. M Itniln-; Shop "Winner," i:.'ith striet unit seventh avenue. SUFFRAGE DANCE AT NEWPORT. Mrs. lie I ....... t Will Throw Open Vl.irbl.. House for (lie I'niise, NswronT. July 30 Fnder auspices nf the Congie.sslonal I'nloii for Wjnian Suf fiage a unique f iitcrt.i iiinent will be given nt the home .f Mts. O 11. P. llelmont hem to-morrow nfternoon. Mar ble House, the llelmont rummer home, will Im decorated nnd speclalH arranged for tho occasion. Tint fete Is to bo In Ihn form of a dance. Mrs. Leonard Thomas, one of the popular jouiii: women of Newpoit, Is In charge. Assisting Mts. Thomas, act ing iih chairmen of subcommittees under her. urn Mrs. Henry (leliiclis, Mrs. John .1. Mason. Mis. Charles tie Uvsey Oel rlchs, Miss Marin de ll.irrlll, Mrs. Mats den J Peirj. M s James II. Klil.lt r. Mrs. diaries M. (iclrlihs. Mrs. Wllllnm van Ileurcn, Miss Doris Ityer nnd Mrs, Hegl nald Vniiderbilt. JERSEY SUFFRAGISTS HAPPY. Ilenr l.urui liijorlly of .Men Favor (;i. Ing: 'I'lii'iu Voir. N'F.w lliu-NBWl.'K, N. J., July 30. Twenty-five organizations of Hits Ptite Suffrage Assorl.it Ion ttoio represented at thn executive meeting held nt tlio silf lingo hcadqui i lei s hum to-day A le port of especial Interest to Middlesex county w.is thnt of the Perth Anilioy so ciety, which announced thnt Judge Adrian Lyon had come ut for tlio cnusn. The canvassing cominlttnn reported that nl. ire men in thn stale had .lenlared for siilfragn than thoso opiio.ed and Indif ferent put togi'ther. Mm. Ilveiett Colby of Orango spoke on Iho woik of the central coopeintlvc committee The coinniilten has inlsed tlinusinds of dnllnrs Among those who mo helping to finance thn New Jersey campaign nro fleorgn W. Perkins, .Mrs. (leoige J. (loubl, .Mis. II. O. Ilavemejer, Mrs, Henry Philips, Mis. Ogilen Mills Held, Mrs. Jnines A Stlllman, nichard Stevens, Mrs. otto Wlttpeuu and former llov. John Franklin Fort. COUNT OF $1,100,000,000 ENDS. (iolil iin.l Silver In P, .I. nulls Agrees Willi Treasury Honks, Washington, July :tn Hobert W. Woolley, Director of the Mint, announced to-day tho completion of tho nnnunl count of gold nnd silver In tho coinage mints at Philadelphia, Denver nnd Sntii Fi-inolsco and In the assay olllce at Now' Yoi It. He ioiorted to Secretnry McAdo.) 1 that tho nil ills of each Institution were' In good condition. The values called for mi the iinr.s or tno i ieasiiry wero f,,iin.l lo lie In thn vaults. More than 1.1 ihi.iiiiO.OuO was Included In thu count thin year lliisluess of the Institutions hail been resumed after being closed down for tlio count, The task of convincing a runaway hoyj that ho really Is one of tho heirs to a j (tto mm S,ied contests to-day the neer, of 1,1 William street, who nn 1600,000 estate, nnd that a trap Is not Aiken Tigers defeated the Meadow llrnok nouneed recently that ho had Invented being laid to forco him to return to tho Freebooters 1 0 VI to ft nnd the Phll.i-," magnetic, torpedo which would travel home he left two years ngo Is nl pres- ent engrossing tho nttentlon of the law firm of Ilolllns & Ilolllns, oi J- Nassau street. i Two years ngo ltalph Hlro.e. Jr., then eighteen, left his homo nt MS De Kalb avenue, llrooklyn. nftsr a disagreement with Mrs. LIrose, his foter mother whom he still believes Is his mother. Ho went to The Ilronx, where Iih has been living nlono slnco then. Mr. F.lrosa mado many fruitless nttcinptn to locate him and get him to como home. Mean- "". "' nay w..s ... lvcll ,rj.,11(; fof ner. n ycJp ,(j co,)ocl time, during litigation following tho "tit. Meadow llrook falling In tlio pinches ju,,KmrIt fop K0( n((,ln,t death of Dr. Charles F. Myers, nn nged wl",r' rlfnr h013 "'l,"t K0'i -Mrs. Mitchell for furnishings nnd hanR- recluse, who io.sescd an estate of nbout TI,P 'Pfond game was a repetition of ltiK, Mr(1 .MtL.i,eirs npartment nt 303 f GO0.0O0, It developed that ltalph was the llrst, with tho result never In doubt ltiverslde Drive. Sho was nhlo to collect tho son of AUco U Klicler, ono of Dr. nnd Cooperstottn seemingly nutrlass.d only 112 on tho Judgment, nnd sha dli Myers' five nieces. Through her tho lad by tho Philadelphia team. The first covered that at about tho tlmo the Judg. U en.ltlcd to JC0.00O. j four pctlods were nil Philadelphia, not mont was obtained Mrs. Mltrhell gave a It devolved upon ltoswell H. Nichols,, a Cooprrstown man scoring while the , bill of salo of nil her household effects of Ilolllns & Ilolllns, to find the boy nnd New York Staters' goal ns penetrattd In her npartment, valued at nboul have him represented In tho partition Kix tltm. Philadelphia showed the best ' lln.non, to Canton for $10. She then suit to sell nino parcels of tea estate In cxhllillcl .o far this ve,r I""'1 Jlr"- Mitchell and Canton to set ' .".i,,:i,"tiL,,:r.,!::"Nlt f l"C ""'"""I To-molrowSTeadow llrooil will meet '- I "!, f Kro.m.1 that t.-,il!ru-!ii- llii. Iti.nrllnn nt n t mlver tlsement In a morning newspaper a friend of the runaway boy came yester- day to the olllce or tho lawyer nnd s-.ld he know where ltalph cmiM be found, i Mr. Nichols said Je.terd-.y thai ; ho hoi.e.1 to get Into communication with ho boy by .Monday. lie declined to ills- close tho time or place of the meeting be ause he feared that unless he w-as ex- tremely cautious In breaking the news to; the boy that Mrs. Hlroso Is not his, mother and that there Is a fortune coin- ing to him ho will disappear again, fear- Ing a trick to get him home. Mr. Nichols said that he feared the l.oy mlislit demand the ,M H,0 I" bills on v " ",1 forthcoiu.ng. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. Manciikstkh, Vt , July 30. Arrivals hv ntiliniioblln .it Ihn K.iillio House In cluiln Mr nnd Mrs. J. II. H.ildwl.i. De troit (Ca.llllai ) ; Mr. nnd Mis. W. II. Schutt. Mi. II. 11. Ingram. Melbourne, Australia ( Hupmnblie) ; Mr. and Mis, J. S. Plant. Mts. A. Sturinan, New York (Stoddard); N. (1. Teltnr. James H. Harper, WlllJam innlier, lincugo, (Packanl) . Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Perkins, s....... vr, f it ,.n n,,.,... ,iw jess) ; Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Jaycox, Pntcliogue, Mr. and Mrs. Hdwln Lyon, Hrooklyn (Cadillac) ; James D. Cotton, Joreph A. Fnrri'lt, HaUItnore (Pl.rce). nnKKNwicit, July 0. Automobile ar rival,, to-dny at the Ldgewisid -..eie Mrs. 1 Frtderlck Flaiinig.m, New York tChan dlcr) ; Mr ar.d Mrs. II M. H.irr, West port (Picrco-Arrow); Kmlle Stern and tparty. New York (Chnltners) ; Mr. and '.Mis. J. H. Mernard, Chicago (Cadillac) ; Charles Clark, H. La'w Hence, Hugeno Chlnnock. Mrs. M. llergen. New YorltVorki Thoiuns Conrny mid Lincoln (Peerless), .VauKhan of Providence In n swim WATKi-.nt'RT, July SO. Amopg the nronnd a v.ieht whl. h was mooted ne.nly mdor airrvals nt the Hotel Hlton .m thoM in !. out at sei. None of the swimii ers Ideal tour w-re Mr. and Mrs 11. u. stopped to i. st at the ai ht. Mnntgonieiy and party. ItrooMjnl Mrs. Alfrrd ll.twnan was Imstes at a .Packanl) . Mr. and Mr- W. !;. Lang-' sttoth nnd party, Niw.uk (Cub). Mr. and Mrs Kdward Worcester and patty, Pittsburg (Packard): Mr. and M.s. K. II Sturges. Mr. and Mrs F. M. Hrooko. Philadelphia (Paige); Mrs. L L. David son, ll.Mil Hroadhuret, N-w York (Hup); Mr. nnd Mrs. Horner, Itutlier ford, N J. (Flat); W. It. Illsenhower and party, Philadelphia (Cadillac) ; J. U. Mnilllln. tho Mifus Miilillln, Jack snnvlllo i Hudson) , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph !. Srhaft and party, MiilTnln (Pleue), Lknox. July 3n. Motor arrivals at the Hotel Asplnwall tn-dny Included Mr and Mrs. O. It Stillwc.l. Lesllo West, Syracuse. iStearns) ; Mrs. A. M Waltt. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Irons, .Mrs. Diinlap Hopkins, Miss Anna Hnvt, Miss pond, New York (Packard). Mr. and M-s II O Shrague. W. H Hue. New York I Pierce-Arrow ) ; Mr. nnd Mrs. I M ward P. Hurd, Host. m ( P.u k.i-il.) . Mc. nnd Mrs Thomas J. Kynn, New York i Pri r-J less); Mr. and Mrs. Cyius II. Woods, Mis. Mcichant, Harrington, Pa. (Pack nrd) ; M . D C. Irish. Miss lr;s! . Pitts burg t Pierce. Arrow). I'lHUERSTOWN, Jlliv 30 -To-day's nilto nioblle ii-il..U ul llle O-te-su-g.i were. Mr and Mrs Felthousen, Mr and Mis Frank I. Datifnith. lluffilo (I'cetless); Mls.s Frances Clnussen, Sh.non Si.r ni;?. N Y ; Mieh Malgarei Ciohlng, Wil' .iin J. Hucter. Hoslon. Jos. ph S 1111, New York ( Pleree-Arrow ) ; Mr. ami Mrs W. llnmmlll. Hrooklyn. Mr and Mis. Mor rell Vrooinun. i llov. rsvilln (Franklin). HiiKnoN Woons, N. 11.. July .10 Automobile at rivals at the Mount Wnsli llinton to-day from New Yoik lnrludi-1 Mr and Mrs. Daniel L Luke ( Pierrr-Ai -tow); Jiuues H. Landy (Suiti; John Hobcns (National); (leorge W. Watts. Mrs John S 1 1111 and .iil'.lren. Msh llessle I'rltz (Packard); Mis. T. It. A. Hall, Mrs. N P ll.illey iStudebaker) ; Dr nnd Mrs. Fii-lirlrk H Snmlern (Ilulck) ; Mrs. c. II. Coster. Miss Coster (National): Mr. nnd M's Milton Oreen wny. Miss K.irlierlne (ficenwny, J. Ileney Cireenwav (Cadillac) ; Mr and Irs. fial loway, It. I- Ualloway i Packard); Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M H Itnatnaii, Hlrh.ird W. Hynson (StudebaUer) , Mr. and Mis. Henry S Terhuno (Mcr.-er). MRS. M0LINEUX GETS THERE. Itllshns .'1,111111 Vllles (n tlciid si'liinil II. .nr. I Me.'lliig, MnTtTiiFN, N. J., July 30. Mis. J.es. Ilo 11. Mollunux recolvcil word In S.in I'rnnclsco less than n week ago thnt the! .Moiucnon noani oi i.Juratl,,n vvoui.) hold a meeting last night to eelect ,pi iirciiiieci in niviuii ii new iwentv rorrn school building Mis. Mollneux Is the otitv womiti metiiher of tlio bnnrd, nnd In tlio venr that she has held nffice has never missed a meeting. She arrived on thr Chicago Hxpress rtcrlny nnd iill.tid. d a session of the board, which begin at S o'clock last night and ended nt 1 o'clock to-day. iTOTHEWOHLtW A dcllttlttful end hiiiiiur.i.is lnr or the times we 111" In. stiuwlin: I lie liilliieine nf war nn . barn, (er as well a. desiltt. . .... 'I he heroine, stalls. Is a icrt tiuin.iii ulil. nut InrnpMilc nf rei.llrlns the Ideal, jjir Is Millie n lien w.niiai. Ill n.ilnn prell). lull inlim, nnd lull f .oin.uc. MAKE SALLY'S ACQUAINTANCU ff mo. CIo.'ii. ,f nrl BRENTANO'S, 5th Ave. and 27th St., New York City XARnAOA.vsr.TT PlKn, It. L, July 30. -1 deiphla Cotintrv Club won from Coopers- ,0WM ftl, (() (n ()l( follrM rvnnt for tnp i(a(hij0rno memorial cup. Ti. .,,. n. , n. ..,.,. ,... .,.. ,,..,,-,,. . thn r,a. nro!1""1 ''r" "Insl him. n .,e .,..,, i,u n, iirnnl ,it(,n fof mg ( Tigers completely outclassed tho Meadow llrook team, however, playing together , , , ' , , , . , well nnd following up the r shots In . . ,, rate form. lloth teams wero ell Oreat Neck In the llrst match for tho riiiiiiipioiisini. m .nn.i..i.. .i......ik ..... Jt I'lnyets ste J.evereux .Miimirn an. ..m.. Stoddard of New ork. The lineups: Alkrn Tisers Mealow Ilronk Free . N juTl1-Us.h r"i ! w ,,' i 5K." D Morjsn. No , yv llanlnlph S' .1r ... . " II... k - K Alex Uruwn :.(No J C. I' llmli" ' IlvU-.Mnr.nit" 'lW '" lmal V moiit ........ Total ....... ... v ' ,TlJ'Z'nM?W:iS& l. lrn, Kreebnii.-ri' final arned r. hv hamlt mp n. in., iienaltle. o mini I liiiliviihiM Knn :'.,,1,'y:'t!i.n;;,o!'' Wlninr!." Time 1 hour nti.l t.i minute. llMriee- J U Coulrjr Tuii' r limltrey Co0iertoii I 1'liiI.iJ.bihlii Country lt.-p Cluli II.-P No t T Sntl.lt n No 1-It K hlran No 1-T Iylloulllli.T " tiridie. Jt No 5 -.loituia t'rane lNn 5 -tanlejr Stnkn i llirh II K (latins . i Nu -H K Mm i hrliltn r. Total I! Hack K Low tier ? mm .. . Tolnl 1 l'nrierln it Onls esrnn.l s. bv hsn'inan !' I;?,"!."1" ' '"V1 . Z,V . J i'. i.'Ji',. !' ;"""L;,,V 1. V. ini.t "i n h lol.ls smnti l.n ooilllloiT I. ir-t oriijar jr r. Mnue. j Mrawnrune .. t. ixii l Penalties- Philadelphia, -atetv bv 'tnlies Str.'lll- hri'ti". Jr. ,: (mil Htiln-l Moke, in ,,.,;,,, .. ,'. " ""' m i.f..viiuany rros.inr ( onper-tnn n. -.ifetr hv ilntins. penniless now, lie said Her only Jew i, Time 1 hour and ti minutes Iteteree - elry Is a gold watch nnd a few- pins, (.noli)- Timer Oodfrey ', One of the witnesses as to the alleged , . fraud of .Mrs. Mitchell nod Canton was 'John J Meckler. who 1ml lien n SWIMMING FEAT AT THE PIER. F.ioli'il Itntiilolpli Lends Three (lllicrs ii .VHIe Hut to sini, NAr.nAOANsr.TT Pinn. July S. Kmlen tlimiloltih leil Miss l.llcla dilute nf New 'ureiienn or mo tor .miss i.iuv.ii j i.koii Mies Di.hson nnd M' and Mis. Itubeit of New Yo k. Mrs Walter Hidden and i Daniel II. Cao of New York inotoied t'' the lier to Jolt. W.lkens t Hid. Ion fur lunc.h'siii at the Math. w.-on. The Aikei Tigris defi-attd the Miadow Hro I'teebnotets, Id1. t J .. and the. Phil iile'phlii C"iiuti) Club polo te im The wteklv Filday tight bop at the Mathrweon ntttacled big paity of tho ! Pier rolonv. the gu.s-s liirlu.l.iig the Misses Helen and Lmli Ch.ie, tho Ml's.s PliTllis and Janet Sheaisoi.. lb.se-1 tiion.I Wvimn and I'l.ii.ies McVeigh, I.niln r p". .irav.s. Cnl. and Mrs. I'nckett, Miss Lisi Mollis, Kmlen liaiublph and ! Neli-.n M. Craves of Ni w York. New Y.uk aiilMi'- at thn nolels tn-dny weie- Matli.-wsoii F A. H-Nroe, V. I ! Jackson, W. S. Nash. . L. Sheldon. F. N. Mi.l.l'ol.ro .k Imp 'i.r .leorge T. Ilio- kiw, Mr. and Mrs Isaac Ftiterm r, Mim I.ih mb Hei.re Mr. nml Mrs i: F. H.iv.m.igh, J. S. Lesch. Atlai.t ir Miss Mry Colllrs. WILSON TO PROLONG OUTING. Will Not lli'liirn for Week to Wnslil nu ton ir .VI. .re. WiM'Roi'.. Vt., July 30 liius for Piesideut Wilson's r. tin n to Washington i.e.. ut.1l In, lctei oiitinte. The l'trslilent nppe.us to br uppicclnbly benefit ed by his vacation here and Dr. Cary Ciinys'iu Ills ph sicl in, lu-isis th it Im prolong his stav as llianv das us .osible II is be lieved he -will bo heie another week t least. Thn Piesldent worlud III his sluly all morning and went for nn autoinohllo lido this nftrrnoon. He passed thr nikh the plcturesqiln .'ouiitry n round Wood stock, whem he plied golf two years ago, nnd letiiiniiig, Ji.uer.i. tlio tor- IIIOUS ro.ton on nil' . ..iiurii run- ni l.ir Coniiectlcilt Hlvei. lie necunci an invi- t.itlon to a clambake ut Claiemoiit, N. II , twcho miles from here. OBITUARY. VI l-s ( Inrii lludnn. Naiiiiv'uns)tt Pi''". July "n Mlfs ("iiia (ig.bn. 2 jeats old, of N. iv Ymk died hrrr f nrly to-lay In tin- Hotel Ar i , Mlm was the sister of Mis Wllllnm II- Penilleion nt ew lorn, who with her niece. Mix. Wllllnm II. Pendle- ( ton, Ji., 1 spending the nini'iict at th ; plrr. (ieoi-ge II. Illlllll, I! mi inn, N' .1. .In y 3o leorge II Ilu'.ln, (111. a us dent of this pln o f.ir nr. m y yens, di. d M-d.iv ut bis siiin-m.-r h.rne In Shot i li i in, I, I llo was eoriKetrs! Willi t'i Importers and Traders Hank of V w Yolk r Iv. II, a cUv home was in Hrooklyn lie Is sur vived by his wlfn inn! a dntighter. l no loe pnia i"iiiiii) iuo jioio ir.ioi . , , ."i-ii beat Coopetst.iwn team, 10i, to 27, to-!;"1" (',f"- Ans..n H. M.-Co..k was followed ,l,,v. hV ,l ll,u" eralleiy. others playing were .1 KU.MA.Y AMISIMI Al ORK.IXAL .Vol';, SALLY ON THE ROCKS By WINIFRED BOGGS Author of "The Snlo of Lntly Duvcntry" SIIIVS WOKTl 1 KNOWING ,tt Ail HioiirlJcrj Allen A Canton, nn electrical engl- "'" miles nt forty knots nn hour and ",unt 'lw'' Its victims by nifnns of mag- neuc cons, lost a ensp in the Supreme ourt yesterday In which charges of T,le lwllon was Inndeil down by Jus- tlco Pago In a suit by Caroline II. Smith, i a decorator, ngalnst Canton and Mrs. rVif-olln.. If.l..,. Ml,, ...1.1..... a. . ' Thomas Addison Mitchell, a mine owner, ,., , , from whom sho Inherited a large estate . . .'"J er ,r ,p,,:ly . . Sllrrm), rnlrt j upheld j,,,,, ,.,,. of t, pV.Intiffvester.Uy nnd dlieeted the defendants to turn over " property to a receiver to bo sold, an 1 , that the pr.v..ds should bo used to pay Miss Smith's Judgment, n u.p te.siimoiiy In the rise Mrs Mitchell said that she teally ' was Inl l"bt.. to Canton when she gave him n,,, i,i 0f Hn0 f)f ,r household goods, jml that he has slnco permitted her to u-e them. She said tltil Canton' ha si o" Vented nn electric lamp, a moving plo- turn mnchlnn nnd a hlkh speed telesranh r"'"'". ...... that sho h-,s been investing her money In Canton's enterprises for four years She in vl president of tho A. A. C. Holding Company, which Is ex P' Ht.tig c.intons ln.'nt ons, nnd owned 2.nini shares of stock, winch she gave him .n part payment of loins aggregat ing $12,ii(Mi. "I would gladly give my time, money and best efforts for his Inventions If t nrver got a pnny out of them," said Mis Mitchell. Mrs. Mil. hell said that when her hus- ',nn, "c left her a large Intciest In the Little Itonnnr.i Cold Mine In (Irass V nlley, Cnl . and she nl o nwneil nil th stock of llu. SlmUn In..... 1 1... "rmm..,,.. I., t.ll... I.... ..... .. .... clsted with them, and who said thnt when Mrs. Mll.-hell was sued by the plaintiff Canton told him Mrs. Mitchell Mas in trouble and that ho was "going to put one over " DIXVILLE NOTCH VISITORS. Motor Parties Arrive From the I. nl.es mill w. mmIs, D'wuir N ti ii. N , .ly .in.Tho Hiis.m.s w ,h iocI.j, -.ieIt,t for many "-"'V. ,r '"' tlio Ilansley "ret'ot, ,. Among them ie Mr. and Mis. J S fnshnim nf V.o. York, who motored down from Camp Diamond wltn a patty of friends for luncheon. At Jiffeison m:u y golfers were out l ii.! n initrh h.tui'cii l'Vi..!,.-,.. "'main i aru, it sterling Hottome, ;,,,",,"'!' "-, Vlipri. 'Hi.im D. Oliver. 1 shot nnd Jack Morse. Mark S. Willing ''liWivlllo Harmon. ;lr"- James It. J. sup. who passed the nrly se-ison III Lenox, motored to the Pro. H'e. where s).n will r. main during Atmusi. Dr. C. F. Atwuod and Mrs. At wood nre passing ttie summer nt Mrs. A- Jatvls's cott .e Senator John W. Weeks and puny tn .torrd from Linens. i lr can on .-et.tnr i.efisr.n II. Colt i"' t'" I'loiiir. ion. and Mrs. W. N. P. I Dmrnw, who am nt their r dtaen, went IMdiig ti-dny ,n I'roille UiUo. H V. H. , 1 'urken nnd John H. Coi-.ell wore also iiiiiong iioiii iisnertiien tnere. .it tin. Mount Washington H del nn.iy inoioieil over for tea nnd dunning. V'eM's Torrey nnd Dlltiphv nnd Mcesrs. Win Inirtoii went for a dip In the pool .iff r I'l l) Ing ten i ts F."tr;.iliihiK In the Cave rjtlll this c. i. .1... win I.. A. Il.mlltnn, Dr J Ihakn Wh'.li. Mis. John Watiam-iker. II A. C.nrMd and party of the Mount Pleasant, lleim.in Ileirum. Mrs. Jcsrnh ! Palmer Knapp iinii Dr. nnd Mrs. 11. S. Kol.i.ieon. Mis. Joseph N. Smith of tho Crawford took a puty ihroiigh Fr mronln Notch .ti her motor, and '1' .iillis Todd nnd Piety were also out for a r-.und the i .''un'.aiu tr.p MAKIMKD. ,A11. mlir4At iixa,xx,tli Conn ,))( .j-j, ,u f. I'll'.. Hllir.beth. ilnullO'r of Ward llcr.., Mr ami Mis. William t" l.n o- P Harris mm. CIIDWI'.I.L Thomas Vnimg. ThuriiUy, July Ii. In Ida eliihlb th cu. Puneral .erilce l-'sliir.l iv, July Ji, at K:l o'elnck, nt Si: I',.-k siren, Upper Moiitcliilr, N. J. Kindly emit flotveri. uiiu i ia-mi -- 13U, Chrl.tlna. ldm of v lill.ni Prejtmi urlitln, If. S N., anil dsuslrer of the tale. Peter Kenn, Kq . of Preliin. II unhuli, ;,w Jersey, III the elel. y-i.lnth )ear of her II HI'. Punernl lerilee nt (Irvn rhurrh, Ilrosd way un. I Tenth ure.t, r-stiinliiy, July 31, .it lu A M. It Ii requested that flutters may not l ent. JAi'Kf-'lN.- In Pr..lienre, It. I, July 2, nuldenlj. Fr.deilck llunty Jackson, In his sixty elalitli jenr. "emmlltal eer.len st h eepv Ilo.lnir Cm. .dry, Tnrrytown. N. V. SitunUy, July SI. nt IS. 13. f-1 I'.WAIlT mi lu'v .11). n llrsi'lsborn, t , t,'.! ig .s II S'ew i-t. tin i nf the sto llo an is 11 no. I Mmiettiv i' Mi.iv.rt. I - ii, ti., eerl'-s Mnnli, .i i l-i:.'!0. at I'lrii.h of Hie As. .or. .oi. I If f h ai.nim hr.'l T.c'li etn.'. luirn.i.nt W.vid Inivn I ..t o ti papers p eao rnpy WAl.t' 1". lin ('arrliicton, hushtn.I of Mnrinn .VUtenn Usra nnd son of Ihs Im.. A icus'ns nnd Suan fnnlei W.ird nf I iiriiiluKi.ni. Conn , nt II.)' Short, We :iie...iy, July !. ISIS, r.im'rul srr.l.i-s wiU l.s he., nt hi. .until...- ii.nne tn Hay Photr .Saturday at S 30 P. M. In Mi'iniirlu.it. Julians tu i I it tn. mn-v nf cur dearly b, ir.l I.. l. II ll.iti.nn, who Ucparud thlt life June 19. Hit.