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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST STORM PUTS DAMPER ON SOUTHAMPTON Ondloor Pastimes Arc ilenly Uroujrlit to a Halt. Sud- CSOl.F TO HUIiE NEXT WEEK s i TiiAMrtox, L. T., Auk. 3. Tho r...l of hot weather and extreme hu m.i n which continued here for a week, ,n broken last night, nnd to-day tho vH'cko is swept by n cold northeast torn which has put a damper on bath ing tennis and golf, tho chief pastlmo of the younger members of tho cottage colony during the lait week. Y,n trillions am going on for tho play win h I t ho given In the garden of the Art .Muieutn by tho Coburn Players on Friday evenlnK for tho benefit of the It. 'Hers Memorial library, The Shliimvnck Mills Golf Club tmi Jiatnent will begin on Thursday, Au rut 12, and will lust three days. Play ,;i le for eighteen holes, the first six teen to qualify for tho president's cup cffottil by Ueorgo C, Clark and the sec ond sixteen to qualify for tho Shlnne enck cup offered by 13, W. Humphreys snd Pr. Oeorge A. Dixon, Col. Ilobert M. Thompson, James C. Pnrrlsh. Oood hue Livingston, Morgan J. O'llrlcn, F A. Snow And J. V. Harris, trustees of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Watson of Orange, N. J., arrived on Monday and nr to bo at the Meadow Club until Au gust 9. Mrs. Wntson cntertnlncil at the clubhouse to-lay for forty guests at an opening tea ond tirlilgo psrty. Mrs. Aloxandcr II. Tiers, who Is en tertalnlng a house party for her daugh ter. Mils Ksther Tiers, gave a dinner for fifteen nt tho Meadow Club last eve tilrig. Mr. and Mrs. Itobort 11. Minis and their daughter aro guests at the club for tho remainder of the season. Mrs. Frank Kcrnochan left to-day for Bar Harbor, Me., aftor spending tcvcr.il seeks here. Cardinal (llblwns was entertained to day by William Walton at his cottago In Hampton Park. Mgr. James S. Duffy and the Hlght ltcv. Dennis J. O'Conncll cf llrooklyn were also gueits for the ci iirooKiyn were also gueits lor wiei, .,,. ,. , t-i,,. , -,.,... -... .ni 1 head, which Is nlso to Include several day of Mr. Walton. Cardinal C.lbbons , ,. ' nrn rmnnn.. -, ,h. U expected to preach nt tho Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus nnd Mary on bunday next. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. De N'csa of Havana, Cuba, arrived to-day nt tho Irving for tho remainder of the soason. Other guests at tho Irving aro Mr. and Mrs. La ml on Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Hare, George L. Karnuni, Charles Heed, Nelson Doublcday, James C. Fargo and John F.lllott. N. Y. U. STUDENTS SEE 'MEDEA.' llrllnr Players Present firrrk Work In Library llullillnir. Feveral hundred students of the New York University summer session nnd their friends witnessed a performance of tho classical Greek play "Medea" yesterday afternoon nnd last night, given by J, Theodore Hcllne nnd Mme. liarsescu, In the Library Huilding on V.nlYcrsl!y..HclBhts. m ....... .., Tho Hellne company, of which Mme. liarsescu. a, noted Ilumanlan actress. Is the principal, la called the Art Drama Players. The performance was under the auspices of the University, being n part of the regular curriculum of the summer course. On Friday and Saturday matinee nnd evening tho company will transfer Its activities to tho Peoples Theatre In (he Howery, where "Medea" will be re peated, with the addition of n one act piece called "The Peasant Revolt," n native play of life In Uumanla. In this flay Mme. liarsescu will again tako tha leading role. SOUVENIR PLEASES WILSON. President Cirta Pamphlet of Ills With Annies of nt Headers. YovKCf.s, Aug 3. Fifty-one mcm hers of the Y. M. C. A. read a llttlo pamphlet written by Woodrow Wilson, entitled "When a Man Comes to Him self.'' After he had finished It each man wrote his name on the flyleaf, and Walter F. Hnskett, secretary, of tho SFMclatlon, sent tho book to rrcsldent Wllftn as a souvenir. Mr. Haskett re ceived the following letter to-day from the President, dated Cornish, N. H.: "Mt DEAn Mn. Haskett: Will you I ot say to the gentlemen whose names are on tho flyleaf on this book how much I am Interested that they should have read It, and express to them my h)p that the doctrlno preached In this little esay may seem to them worthy cf lonu-thlng more than a passing thought Cordially and sincerely yours, "Woodrow Wilson." POUND PUT ON APPEALS BENCH Whitman Nainra Justice to Aid In CIrarlnar Calendar. Ai-bavt. Aug. 3. Gov. Whitman to day designated Supremo Court Justice Cuthtert W. Pound of Ixickport, Niagara countv. to serve on tho Court of Ap Dals bench, while tho calendar Is over. crowded. He will do tho work that would hae fallen lo Supreme Court Justice .Vat an L. Miller of Cortland, who Is lo iMimt nrlvnte Practice. To till tno vacancy caused by Mr. Miller's resigna tion the, Governor has appointed How- land Davis of Cortland, llepuuucan lenler of Cortland county, .tii'ir I'A.in.i is nn ex-State Senator, wo a member of the State Civil Service Commission and served ns legal nuwser to the lale Frank W. Hlgpins when he xai 'lovernor. Previously Justice Pound Nd tieen dean of the Cornell University Uw ( hool, YACHTSMEN NEWPORT GUESTS Mr. u. ytru. de Ithani nnd Mrs.' Horlie Hntrrtaln. v"i.-viimT Aug. 3. Tho arrival of the he Ww York Yacht Club lleet here tr - ficrnnnn from New London on tho .1 cruise made It a busy night on I' v i avenue. Many of tne visit' i-i n hismen wero entertained lnfor " v nnd some dinner parties wero nt llelleviio Lodge and Hill Top ' Frederick P. Sands, Mrs. II. '' 'r d Ithnm and Mrs. llurke Itoche 1 .miiheon hostesses to-day. WEDDINGS. sooner ftiiakrll. h Loulso A. Haskell, dnugbter of 'id Mrs Itobort Ii. tlaskell of Ilock- mre. N' Y. was married to llny 1 it Senner of this clly yesterday In Holy TilnJty Lutheran i in the presenco of relatives and i matii fi lends Tho ceremony ..i funned by tho ltcv Charles I. Mi and Mrs. J. Fred Maxwell e sportively as lust man and "f honor A rrreptlon and din wild nt the St. IteglH. after ' Mr and Mrs, Senner left for tho Mountains. AIKEN TIGERS SHOW FONDNESS FOR MUD Score. Seventeen Ooals While Point .Tuillth Gets Rail Be ' twocn Posts Twice. UJiSTEItS ANT) FURS IN USE NAnrtA.rlANSF.TT Pirr, Aug. 3. The postponed polo match between the Aiken Tigers nnd the Point Judith team was played to-day under unfavorable con ditions. A. soggy field nnd gusts of wind did not prevent excellent play, however, though the spectators, wrapped In heavy ulsters nnd furs, shivered throughout, Tho Point Judith team began with a two goal handicap which was soon erad icated by goals by llurkn and Hopping for the Aiken Tigers. At the end of the third chukkcr the Tigers had lead of 7 points, but In the fourth period tno roini Judith four scored twice. This perfcrmance was not renented and at tho end of the match the score was lfi'.i to 3V In favor of tho Aiken Tigers. Tho lineup: POINT JUDITH. 1 AIKEN TIGERS. lien I Ilsn No, l-John It Tell. Jl.Vo, t-E. 8. Jltirke.Jr 2 No S- P S 1. Han- No, 2 E. W. Horning 4 unipn .. . ... No 3 I 'lilt 1 1 stolen No. J-WIMor rlnlnh Dark Alex Ilronn... I tl.lclc-1' S 1. Kan. dolph. Jr I Total 13 Total It: Aiken Tiger. Onila earned. 1"! by hnndi rni. 0: leas penalties, total, 164. Point Jtldllh - (toala earned, 5; by handicap, lent penalties, V, total. Jv, Individual gonla Hopping . llurUs . W Hnmlolpli 4. Kan rtolih. Sr., ! Tlmel hour and 3." minutes, Hcferee J. ,C. Coolej Timer (lodtrey. PAVLOWA OUTFIT COMPLETE, Itnlilnorr Purchase llnaton Opera Company Hiitilnnirnt. Max Habliififf, for tho Pavlowa Pallet Company, has completed tha purchase of nil tho portable possesions of the Boston opera Company, Including the costumes and effect for tlfty-four operas, the olllce equipment, orchestra tion, scores, musical library and the electrical and mechanical paraphernalia. These will be used In tho double or ganlzatlon of grand opera and ballet now forming with Mile. Pavlowa nt Its Hoston Opera Company singers nn9 the completo orchestra. The engagement will open In Chicago In October and will later be seen for short periods In New York, lloston, Toronto, Havana, New Orleans and St. Louts. MONTCIAIR'S WEALTH GROWS. Kvcry Person In Town I Now Worth 1,HI5. Montclair, N. J Aug. 3. Next to Newark, the largest Increase In ratablcs In this county In the past year was made by Montclnlr. with a total taxable valua tion of S5, 300,853, nn Increase of Jl, 507,303 over last year. Kast Orange Is close up with an Increase of 31,476,351. Its total valuation Is J52.S52.000. Newark returned valuations of ap proximately $103,000,000 Inst year, and has asked the county board of taxation for a ten day extension to complete Its returns for this year, which aro expected htrtrmic-rteTata-bles xyf-J W3.000.000. The county had 1621,000,000 last year In taxable property ond may approach close to 3650,000,000 this year. Mont clalr's lncrcaso in ratables makes Its position ns the third wealthiest munici pality In the United States even strong er. According to this yenr's valuation. every man, woman nnd child In Mont clalr, which has n population of 25,000, Is worth about 31,815. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mls Katharine Page, daughter of the American Ambassador j to the , Court ut St. James's, V, alter Mines Pago, nnd I Mrs. Page, will be married to Charles (i. Lorlng of Boston to-day In the Chapel Itoyal, Su Jamess Palace, London. Among the brldo's attendants will be Xliss Francea Leggett, daughter of th-j lato Francis M. Leggett of this city, and Miss Katherlnu Sefton of Au burn, N. Y. Mrs. Goorgo Qulntard Palmer will elvo a dance nt Sherry's on Christmas eve, when sho will Introduce to society her daughter, Miss Lillian Palmer. Mrs. Krnest It. Adee will give a dance. nlso at Sherry's, on December 27 for her daughter. Miss (leraldlne Fitzgerald comber 2S, Mrs. James Ityme, formerly of Ojster Hay. will Introduce at a dance her daughter, MIsm Helen MacGregvT llyrnc. Mrs. Jnber A. Rostwlck, who has been for somo weeks at Narragansett Pier, arrived yesterday at the St. Ileitis. Mrs. Oeorgo Harton French gave a luncheon yesterday at Darena, her Southampton villa, for Mrs. Edward H. Stcttlnlus, who rocently arrived there. Mrs. Hufus L. Patterson will give a luncheon to-day for Miss Isabel Stettl nlus, who will be Introduced to society next winter. MlPt;Margarct K. T. Thurston, daugh ter of Mrs. M. D. Wheeler Thurston, will be married to Samuel Lunt Oold- smlth to-day In St. Michael's Protestant Lplscopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Gould have gono to Par Harbor to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henuen Coddlngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Mcnry Jenkins of St. Louis have returned from n six weeks stay at the Oreenbrler, White Sulphur Springs, W. Vn., and are at the Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark have left Weethury, L. I., for Iroquois Farm, at Coopcrstown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge K. Turnure havo returned to Ileaupre, their Lenox coun try place, after a brief stay In New York. Mr. and Mm. Poultney Hlgelow will be absent from their home, tho Illgelow Homestead, Malden-on-Hudson, during thu rest of August, visiting friends In the Thousand Islands. f TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. WATrnnunT, Aug. 3. Among the mo tor arrivals at the Hotol Klton on the Ideal Tour were J. 11. liegeman, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hogers, Hamaroncck (Pierce): Mrs. J. H. Scovllle, Miss Sco-villi-. New York (Panhnrd) : Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank S. llerrlsh, Now York (Sim niexi: Major and Mrs. H. W. Atkins, lloston (Cndlllne); Mis. M. J, (Irogan, mi. Cnrrieun. Atlnnllo City (Packard) A. W. Krdmann nnd son, Schonectudy (Cadillac) ! William O. Kile and party, Plermont, N, Y. (Knox): Mr. and Mrs. j. II, Stelnert, Habtlngs-on-Hudson (Packard). Mancmestkii. Vt Aug, 3. Arrivals by automobile at the Lqulnox House In clude Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, New York (Lozler) l Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Haw. loy, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Murphy, Syra cuse (Moyer)i M. H, MeCartcr, Hum pun . Miss K. N. McCarter, N'ownrki Mrs. Illehardson, New York (Chalmets) ; Clement IHynrd, Mr, and Mis. Charles W. .McDonald, Peter v .McDonald, Mrs n ileorco McDonald. New York (Cab niers) 1 Mr, and Mrw. It. M, Cotts, New York (Natlon U) ; J t, it. Jiampson. it. a ilunserford, New York (Packard),, mm rW l '! im IKAL yWLLJffl ) mkt v .ir-i rv.v s jymr URirsmmuwi.?if,fM PAYS RESPECTS TO TWO HOMES OF "THE SUN" "Edison Monthly' Tolls Inter estiiifr Tilings Alioul die - Old nnd'l lio'NeV "The Sun do move." says tho Hiltnon j .UonlMy, published by tho Now York Kdlson Company, In I's August Issue. The magnzlne devotes the equivalent t of two newspaper columns to tho chango j from tho "llttlo old red brick building" 1 to the twenty-story stiucturo The SfN I now occupies, telling of It In a style so full of Sun spirit and appreciation of tho traditions of the ancient place that i - Jn one orihe I Uwme;; . . ' . Nassau and Frank- It might well have been written by In the old homo at Nassau nnd Frank fort streets. "In overwhelming contrast with the old quarters, this new building Is one of tho Hnet examples of the ntidern i llreproof olllce Kriicturc," It s.ivs. but ' adds quickly : "Tho little red brick affair ! Is nevertheless rich In history." This history It tells frvm the time when J.unes Myers sold It to William Martin for 30 In 179, until Tammany Hull sold It for JIBO.000 to The Sum, Tho mngailne points to tho chnnge In tho electrical system of the new bulldlnar at Nassau nnd Spiuee streets, ! by which the IMIson Company will I Ingly radical change." says thu article. I "provided for taking out the s 1.x by- draullc elevators, in placi- of which an overncau eiecinc tniciiun njmnii n been Installed. This has permitted f , the removal from the cellar of groat quantities of machinery that heretofore mado up n private electric generating j plant for light and power supply " DAVID BELASC0 PROSTRATED. Overcome by Unit at Itehrnranl In Asbliry Pnrk. AsBtinr Pakk, N, J., Aug, 3. David Helasco was prostrated by tho heat yes terday afternoon while attending a 10 hearsal of his new production, "The Hoomerang." nt the Savoy Theitre. Ho was taken to tho New Monterey Hotel In a car r la go. Dr. J. H. Mryan, who Is attending Mr. Helasco, said to-night that he probably would bo out before the close of tho week. OFJTCR BY MATTHEWS SONS. Itendy Ut Pny Creditors .'10 Per Cent, of Claims. A. D. MuttliowH Sons, Inc., of llrooklyn, widen went Into bankruptcy several montliH ngo, lias Hied an offer of 30 cents on tho dollar to Its creditors. It pro- vldes for a payment or ir, per rem. cash, K per cent. In six mouths notes mid 10 per cent. In nrsi prcicrreu hiock oi the new company. The M. M. Diamond Interests, which havo been III control of tho store for somo time, schedule tho nominal nssets of tho haufmpt II rm ns 1,C 12,290 nnd tho liabilities iih l,477,l&ii. If tho creditors acept tho offer the control of tho old firm will pass to Leo A. Price, president of the Price & Uosonbnum stores In llrooklyn and Manhattan. FAIL TO FIND BANK CASHIER. Poller lliinlilr tit Trace Alirnm Cor nrllus and MlaalnK Mriioumiilier, Knhi.kwooi), N. .1., Aug. 3. Lfforts nf the police and Investigators for tho American Surety Coaipany to locate Abrnn. Cornelius, Jr., cashier of tho Clt! zona National Hank, whoso disappear mice coincided with the loss of $11,010 of tin. bank's money, were unavailing .o di'V The whereabouts of Miss Loielln Adalgnls, Cornelius's fotiner stenogra pher, nlso remained a mystery. Daniel J. Coakley, u letter run lor, who mis Mild to havo seen Miss Adclgnls nnd Cornelius together nt noon last Wednes day, denied the story In. night. Coakley said so'moliody must havo linpeisona'cd h'.ni la clrcuJatinK tho report, Dividends on a "scrap of paper," 1 SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. WOMAN Kl'Fl'ItAOn PAUTY. Noon Walking talks nlong Kat liter pltra Lavlnla Dock nnd riuflriue ."quail. 1 to i P M. Queeoi HorouKh, meet nitln; In front of Court Houm, Long UlanJ City. I P. M Speaker!" conference nt H Lust Thirty-fourth meet. k P, M. Twenty-third Aanembly din trli'T," afreet' 'mee'tirii of "Nasi? avenue and Arden itrent; aleo at iO'th atreet and Sherman avenue. a V. M Seventh Anembly dlatrlet, tree! meeting at Tlilrty-llrat atreet and Tenth nvenue S P. M Twenty-fifth Aaaemblr dll-trlr-t. atreet meetlns at Tenty-thlrJ atreet and Hroddwa). s 1'. M. Thirty-fifth Aaaembly dla trlet. Ilronx, open air meeting. :ao P M .seventeenth Amemtily dlatrlet, atreet meetlni; at Ntnety-elxth atreet unci llroadway. Wl)Ml:.N"S POLITICAL UNION. All Day T enty-aeennd Senvtorlal dlatrlet. alofe, HSth atreet and Webaler avenue. 2:10 V. M Twenty-aeeond fenatorlil dlatrlet, lUSth atreet and Ilrnok avnue. .seventeenth .Senatorial dlatrlet, home and cart diy. Noon Seventh avenue and Thirty fifth street. 1 i V. M Fifth avenue and High tei'iuh airret. 4:15 P. M. Sixth avenue and Feven teenlh atreet. S 3i) P M Ilroadway and Tenth atreet. s P II Sixteenth Senatorial dlatrlet. Second avenue, und Seventy-aeeond alloc!. 'n nTinTTiin inn L U L'T SKKV ( K iK ) UJJUllJJl kJIJllIlUJJ UUU LONG CHASE BY HOAX Domain, for llio Ttodirn of 910,000 Sont to Conscionee Fund a .Toko. Wvsiiisotov, Aug. 3 Scenting an attempt to Impose on tho fabled good heart of I 'nolo Sam, nlllcers of the secrot service came to the end of n long and Involved chase to-day which seems to havo termlnnted by uncovering n hoax In tho pursuit started when a letter was received nt tho olllro of Secretary McAdoo about tho J 10,000 consclenco contribu tion from n New Yorker, nsUIng tho Secretary to return tho donation to the "wife" of tho nun who had donated It on tho ground that tho d nor has been laboring under a delusion nbout owing tho Cioveriiinent consclenco money. Tho writer said : "My crazy husband, nearly dead, sent you n short time ago lin.ono. He Is now dying. Please return tho money to mo No sound mind would do the thing ho did." The letter was signed with the name of n woman and mailed In n railroad tinln between Sterling and Peoria, In Illinois. Tho letter nsked that the money be mailed to the postmaster ut Itochtstcr, N. Y. The Invesllgatlnn pur sued by tho secret service men disclosed I that the vaslmasler nt Itochestor had received a nolo directing mm to rorwnrd any mall that might come to the post master ut Van Patlon, III. That postmaster when seen by the secret scrvlco men said ho had dliectlous to forward the packago of money whon received lo tho "lliakeinan at Nelson. Ill," Thero aro several brakemen who pa-s thtoiiith Nelson dnllv on trains nnd tho direction given would have mado It impossible for tho Cioveiument to do liver tho package to lis tlnal ndJress hnil theio been any power or disposition to do HO. It was thought at first that fomobody wns tiylug to swindle tho Cnvernment through fraudulent irprrscntatlnns, This led to thn chaso by the secret service men. Tho seciet service admits that the iloveniiiient has been hojxed, They In- t'matcd there would bo no attempt to ! apprehend "the nrnKoinntv It would lake an art of Congress to got thnt $10,000 now, even If the man who contributed It vv tinted, It Luck. NATIONAL SUFFRAGE FIGHT ON IN THE WEST Fair Hpitrtqunrtors for Hotly Virtually Barml From NCW lOrlv StlltC Vlrtunlly barred from New York Slate at the request of local suffrage organ izations during the present campaign, the Congres.sion.il Fnlon for Woman s Suffrage Is confining Its activities to the Western States. union. leVt v.sterday for the coae, ami will speak In Detroit. Chlcngo. St. Paul Miss Alice Paul, chairman of the l...t If t....A..tl. ..nlni. , n ttm iinu ..,iiiic.c.uiin uriuii' p,wuh c ... , I San Francisco fair, where tho union I has a booth and where It Is waging a 1 .vigorous campaign to uiroll tho vconum, voters In behalf of tho Federal amend- mom. The New York oftlcos of the union, at 13 Hast Forty-Ill st street, are almost deserted these clnys, The members are 1 busy campaigning the West, but ever since Dr. Anna Howard Shaw at tbe Chicago convenllnn denounced them ns "dangerous women." on account of their policy In blackballing the Democratic candidates In Hie Western States nnd chiefly on account of tho Incident when they heckled tho President nt bis visit to New York last spring, the union has been obliged to keep comparatively silent In New York, j Several letters written by officials of other organizations begging them to I kt ep out of New Yoik State while tho I campaign was going on, as they threat ' encd to nllen.it r voles by their con 1 duct, forced tho union to make San j Francisco the base of activities, The union does not concern Itself with the Department that tho building can bo Colllngwoi.d Miss Kiln. Pully, Hop. campaign In New York Slate or In the, Uf,0d again If certain alterations aro i hlnsville, Ky. ; Mrs. It. Hrlnkley Snowdeii. threo other rnmpnlgn states, Massachu- made. 1 Memphis, Term. setts. New Jersey and Pennsylvania; Vor many years tho theatre was a Netherland ("!. (J. Cormnck, Wnter thelr Idea In lo sweep the country with burlesque house. Then the William Fox ; bury. Conn, i A. C. Mather, Chicago, one mighty Federal amendment which Amusement Company based It, but gavo i SI. Itegls Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Willnck, will free American women of every up because the Fire Department kept I Wiiyno, Pa.; David Wee. London; Mr State simultaneously. complaining. The Sullivan executors and .Mrs. C. It. 1. M.utln, Wdgeflcld. The hreneh hr tween th union nnd tho i ,rni,ilaril to make changes If the t'ollll. national association, vrhllo It Is not yet hoabd, has been almost forgottep In the stress of work both organizations aro doing for the cause. The San Francisco convention of woman voters, tho llrst of Its Kind ever held, will tnke place September 14, 15 tul lfi Mrs. O. II P. Belmont la the national chairman nd the convention ivlll bo held chleily to plan for a large demonstration in Washington next De comber, when Congress mt-ets. The Su san H. Anthony bill will have a hear ing the first week of Congress nnd n committee of women will stay In Wash ington until tho bill become a law or Is beaten. TWO WOMEN IN SENATE RACE. Will Oppose Hneli Oilier In the Kansas lllrctlon. Atchison, Kan., Aug. 3. Kansas will luivo two women In the race for tho United Stntea Senator.shlp In 1918. enatorshlp In 1918. Instead of mi September . u had been nf , panioularly tall piniincled berg runes, superintendent of i planned. William Conrtenay, Vmb tl cv lulled largo polar bonis plalng fol uins Home hero, nn-IHemlng nnd Frank Craven aro to talto i j1)iV" ,, i,.;i,i,.r. Mrn. I;. K. Un the State Orpluins pounced that she becomes a candldato to oppose Mrs. Lillian Mltchener, al ready In the Held BILL KENNELL CELEBRATES. Crank Spotter nt Mayor's Office n I'lilleemnn Years. Lieut. William Kennell, who hns guarded tho door of tho Mayor's offlro for twenty years, esterday celebralcd tho twenly-IUth nnnlversary of his up pnlntmcnt m tho police force. Ho could have retired on a pension live years ago If ho had wanted to do so, but In so Miry that ho would rather earn his salary. Kennell has kept the cranks away from seven Mayors Strong, Van Wyck, Low, McClellan, flaynor, Kline and Mllchel. inspector Hymen first assigned lil til to the City Hall. "Kennell," said rtyrne, "remember that while thero ynu represent tho en tire department, An tho cltlzenn llnd j oil they will expect to rind all," Lieut, Hilly has tried to mirror the composite pollcenua ovvc since, that day. EXPERTS CONDEMN STREET SPRINKLING Citizens Traffic Committee Tells. Vet lierston It Siiiiply Hurts Pavements. FLUSHING MUCH HKTTKU Street sprinkling by private con- tractors wns unanimously condemned yesterday nt a. luncheon of tho citizens Mreet traffic committee at tho Auto mobile Club of America. Street Clean ing Commissioner Fetherston wns prcs cnt nnd Joined In Urn condemnation. Mr. Fetherston told tho committee thnt his department Is ready to flush these strectH If nn npprnprlntlon of 30,000 can bo secured. Tho work Is now donn by two private contractors, who oro paid by Individual citizens sub scribing $2.,000 for thn purpose. The Street Cleaning Coinlssloncr would bnvo tho stneta Hushed by night. Instead of sprinkled by day, Hlnco Hushing would bo morn cleanly and saler. Tho danger to nutomobllcH ami even to horses fiom sprinkling Is what has caused tho protest. A distinguished physician of this city whoso car ro- contly skidded Into n collision on n freshly sprinkled street wua tho llrst to look Into tho matter. Ho found many other cases ot tho sort, which ho brought to tho attention of tho street traffic committee. It waa shown nt yesterday's discus sion, nt which ltobi rt tlrler Conko pre sided, that sprinkling Is utmost com pletely useless, ns well ns dangerous. I!. P. (.ioodrlch, chief engineer of thu bureau of highways of Manhattan, ile i lured that tho sprinkling has a bad I effect on paved smf.u.'S and Is eipcclaliy j iletliinoiil.il to tho wood block pave- ineiiis. It was pointed out inni permun Issued to the privalu instructors lo sprinkle tho streets nru virtually permits to Injure tho city pavements. William Phelps lino, mi expert on trnfllo ii gulatlon, and S. W. Taylor, editor of A'idrr mill rlnr, went on record us opposed to llm picsent sprink ling system. ComnilsMoncr Fetherston said that while Hushing the street by night Is far better than sprinkling, ho Is working now In his model district of tho city to perfect a dry cleaning, which sh bo more thorough than the strong est Hushing. This will bo a combination of sweeper and vacuum. Tho commltteu adopted a resolution in favor of Hushing Instead of sprinkling. GUNS FOR PLATTSBURG CAMP. .Vsivy Ynrd l.rnda Woiipnns for Ur nt Priictlcf Work. The request that a number of machine guns nnd other ptcccn of nrdminco from ... ... ...... , .U the iirooKiyn t.nvy jam no i.-m i llus'.nefs Men's Camp for use in us "This now policy changes the prac nianieuvres. which begin at Plattshurg, tlco of a quarter of a century during V Y on August in. has been granted whlj' tho C.nv.-rnn.ent has paid hun i,'. ,i', v.vv ttetiirttnent according to 1 tirt,u thou-ands of dollars to cx nnnoumnent y ri"11:" companies for the transportation not t'sher. The guns will be turned over to CapL It. Howling of th experimental pHTrST - rstrTTOrt.vrjn - wiMtiiWb' - yn unit, which will form a part of the camp. TO ALTER VANDERBILT HOME. Outlay of HSIO.tUHl on House nt (III) I'lflll .tienue I'limiied. Cornelius Vnndcrbllt Is to spend J2I0,- 000 In altering his four story brownstone dwelling nt filo Fifth avenue, northwest . ,1 . n nrM ,1 ! II IT tO c)rner 01 ruc-ni.',c n.nv., ..w-. n . nttl yesterday by Horace Trum- J ' . ..,, r..i for bainr. an architect, tno pians can j practically the rebuilding of the entire Interlnr, a rearrangement or tne rooms, and window and door changes on the exterior. This Is tho bouse! that was left to Mr. Vandeilnlt by bis uncle, licorgo W. Vandeibilt. l.'ntil ris-eiitly It wns oc cupied by Henry C Frlck under lease. DEWEY THEATRE TO REOPEN. siilllvnn r.ti-ciitiirs Win right, but Muni MiiLc I'hnnurs. The old Dewey Theatre In Fast Four- teenth str.et. owned by lllg lim biilll- van's i Ht.ito and closed for nioro than two jp.im because it was adjudged un- safe." Is to bo reop. ned. After several months of contiovrrsy the Sullivan executors. 1-arry Mulligan and Patrick l Sullivan, were Informed yesterday by ,, hnard of examiners of the liuildlug , conse nt of tho Hulldlng Department could bo obtained l no cny i mo nnn tin. Fox company, which has anollier theatre In thn same block, protested. Tho building superintendent decided ngaliiHt tho Sullivan estate. An appeal was taken to the board of examiners. The board got an opinion iroin tno uor- poratlon i-ounsei, auu jesierimy u ru- ' versed the building superintendent. The Sullivan estate Is icqillred lo In stall ii sprinkler sjstcin, fireproof cur tain, tin proof steps to thu Thirteenth street exit, llreproof wall between a Fourteenth siieet Htnro and tho theatre, nnd llreproof lloor.s. Nothing except fuel can bo stored In the cellar, and com muiilr.itlon between the auditorium and the cellar must be closed. rin nnd I'lnjers. "t'nder Fire," the new war plav bv llol Cooper Megrne, will bo produced by Selvvyn Co. at tho Hudson Tin i- no on Wednesday evening. August 11, tho principal roles. Theodor Kosloff, the Itussl m dancer nt tho Winter Harden, nvrlved a nies. sage yesterday from Hnssla eajlng Hut his villa fifty inlhti east of Warsaw had been dismantled and evei y thing of value shipped lo his Peirngrad home. Alice John has been engaged by Sol- vvyn & Co. for tho role of .Vnin, the Irish maid, In the "Twin Hods" company that will .shortly go on tour. Kitty Cordon and Jack Wilson havo como under the management of Frodcr'c McKay, with nn understanding that they may bo costarred In a inuslcai comedy. Iteheareals began j esterday nt tho flalcty Theatre nf "Just outside tho Door," n now play by Jules Hckert floodmnn, to be presenled by Henry Miller In iissoclatlon with Khnv A- l?r langer. Alfred do Mnnby and Klranor Henry of tiio n.iiety Theatre, Uindon, havo nr rived In New York to take part In tha production of "Tho tilrl Fiom Utah," which tho Charles Fiolinian rouipanv will present at tho Knickerbocker Thcatro. DISPLAY MEN TELL OF THEIR METHODS The Show Window ns n Potent Hrinser of Hnsincss Itcsulis. ANNUAL 'WAKE' TO-NIOHT The International Association of Dis play Men began tho second session of Its convention at tho Waldorf-Astoria yesterday morning with as largo an nt tendnncn ns on tho previous day. At the morning session the speakers were I. A. McNnbb of lllchnrd Hull & Son, Peterboro, Cnnnila, president of tho Ca nadian Association of Display Men, who spoke on "Tho fcliow Window ns a Sales Promoter." He told them of the kind of show window and advertising, ho uses nnd explained why some pay more than others, and ho also had a word to say regarding tho kind of publicity that Is used In Canada nnd what It produces In advertising value. Fred S. Pratt of Dlnet, Nachhour (e Co., Jollel, III., president of tho Jollel local, wns another speaker, his topic being "KHIcIcncy, Orgnnlzntlon and Co operation. Mr. Pratt said tfiat members of the Jollct local have won a big place lp the hearts of their employers and the public of that city, which would never have been attained had It not been lor tlllclenoy. cooperation and organization. At tho nflcrnoon session the spc.ikiis were Samuel Friedman of S. Illoch Com pany, lllrmliiRhum, Aln. i Walter F, Wei ner, dlplay manager for Ilrlll Kros ; J. M. W. Yost, display inninger for Hi" Ivnn Trnlllc .Store, Johnsto.wi P. : John T. Wltsil of Hrentano's. K. Dudley Pierce, display manager for Mbley, Lindsay &( Cm r Company ; L. A. Itogets of the K. M. Kahn t'oiiipaliy. Dallas, Tex., und William Krai!, mali nger for Lit llr., Philadelphia To-night the display men will hold their annual "wake," which is their banquet, ut the Waldorf, at which there Is to be a general disposal of pessi mists Tho convention will contlnuo to-day and will cloee to-morrow U. S. MONEY TO GO BY MAIL. McAdiio Sii Money Will He .Sareil b ttiilttlnu i:ircs. WARlllNfiTON, Aug. 3. Tho Treasury Department announced to-duy that afttr . k ,., ,.. nu.inr.il in ransporung iiiirii jn cciiu nutcil ICll'H Will UV taken away from the express compa nli.s and turned over to tho Post Office Department as a matter of economy. Tim statement accompanying the order sas "The order which becomes iffectlvo August 11 will result In great economy In tho Government and to tho banks, .it the. saving amounting to many thou- Ban,, of (iii.-,r., anually nf moneys and securities between the Trcnsury, Sub-Traesurles nnd banks." Tho announcement Is made that the - r - f.K - istVrI inair'and-".ir-c-i-ireX'niV-rruT.riTTTW money nnd securities "will move bv on this point there has been some spec- illation as to where tho f.it rnnirKi for Insurance will ! placed. Hut this was met to-day b the statement f:0m the otllee .if t ! S.'.'n tary that the! plan ciinto'iiplated Invtt'ng prop sals f'.r In-uiaiue and nwardmg the con- tractx to the lowest responsible bidder. ! The i.nlrn.ids will probably 1- hennl fr.m in regaid to Secretary McAdoo's new plan. Thev ulrendy hnvn com- plained blttetlv that they were o bit red . .. ......... . ..I.! ..... m oaii ejcc uiic-iii,ii i-iiiiiiieiiir ui cur- i imc by parrel post at ratn tha! were I uniemuneratlve. They t midn.ned tool t tl)U tl)f,y h ul (n parrj. ,invornm(.nt j Kmxrd alonw freo In making these e.- , perimcnis, ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. of tin- l.nlfNl V n mi's to PIiiitiI on llculntcr. lie McAlplii iJulllermn Agulrre. Minister of Finance, (iuattmala; S. A. (Ilushnnok, Moscow, Itussla. Waldorf Senator Penrose, Pennsyl vania. Vmideihllt-Mr and Mrs. IMward II. M.l.-r 11 lll.,wi,.. Mr ,m1 At r. lmna Haiies. w. t Hruau. Jr., Miss Cnlhr , ,.ln Hylan. John C. McCnuley. Winston, ( -N-. c. i .Manhattan Mrs. L. L. Klnsolving and j Klnsolving, vvlfo and daughter of I mnhop Klnsolving. Hrazll. 1 llicsllli John J. Clune. lllncliamton. , N. Y : I.' F. Osborne. Plillndeliihla. Tho Lorraine Mr. und Mrs. F. Fair banks, lloston : J. C. Craw ford, Freil erlck, Md. ; Mrs. P. M. ilummeie. Miss tiumniere, South Hethlehrm. I "a. Savoy Mr. nnd Mis. Shunt Leslie, Hnston ; Mr. and Mis. Wells Hniivti, New Orleans, Lit. : Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Houston, Chin lesion. S c tlntlinm Dr. mill Mrs J. I.einilng Walker, Southampton, T. (). Hartshorn, Denver, Col.; '.. T. Miillin, Washington, D. C. TELL OF BEARS ON ICEBERGS. In in era Hearers on I'reilerll. VIII,, llnweier, Fall to Cnlrli n Hear. Ilesbles renrinlscences of war scenes brought In by every ocean liner tho IScaiiiiinav lan-Anie rican siramship Fiert ei.k VIII. had an assortment of Iceberg li'i, The pa.-engers averred, at leist S'.nic of them did, thai they saw dozens Mini dozens of brigs off t lie (Ir.ind Hanks und that at mind the iinsubiuerged haso Apparently tho bears, some of which weir imt altogether vvhttn nnd thus might have been Just seml-pol.ir, had tho liuiii e.slon that ihey wero on their way to somewheie li.slrad of Just playing i ilig around the lei bei g rosy, biing u ni'titr.'il ship, unarmed, the Frrdorik VIII. could not do any bear shcoting. Sumo cainoM bearers took sniipbhots, but no ciimct.i bearer caught il I em. Maybe that Is why tho ciuieta men suspected that tho lvissengers who told tho bear stories did not routine themselves to the bear facta. Among the pas-enger who did not ses the bears weto Miss llegliia V. Wlsley, wh. was told by friends she was visiting 111 (lei tinny that the (lei man high sei llei-i was In excellent shape and always ic.i'ly for notion: Miss llnniinh Melloow, pianist, whoso parents live In Hioukln, who saw tho ictreal of the llUFilan armv last tall und said It seemed llttlo better t 1 ii ii nn organized m di, and I'tpt Hans .Vai'scn of the Ituyal Danish Y tcht Club, who is to command I no Danish jariit Nnriiilg IV, the oily f oe.gn entrant In the Panaina-Pacilli! International yacht uco, REAR ADMIRAL J. M. FORSYTH. Survivor of (he Old Navy Is Dead of Pnrnlysla. PlfAMOKtN. Pa.. Aug. 3. Hear Ad miral James M. Forsyth, V. S. N re tired, died to-day here In his seventy fourth year of paralysis. 110 was horn In the Hahamas In isz and nt the ago of eleven he came to the t'niteii states. His family settled in Philadelphia. Thoio the futuro Admiral was graduated from tho Central High School In 185S and In the same year went lo sea before tho mast. Three yearn Inter, while the civil war was under way, ho enlisted as a volunteer In tho navy ami on September 25. ISfil, was appointed ns nn acting master's mate. I lo served throughout the war In the South Atlantic; and west Oulf squadrons, becoming an acting ensign In the, second year of his service. lie look part In tho capture of Fort Clarke and llntteras In 1SGL He waj with Admiral I'.irragut In tho naval tights on thn MisslsslpiA ami In tho -n-gHgoment with tho Confederate rMtt Arkansas. Ho took part In the engage ments at Sumler, Moultrie und other fortlcallons In Charleston Harbor. From tho lime thnt he was promoted to nn nctlng ensign ho served on the Water Witch, Pawnie, Nantucket nnd Nyck. Ho was mado an acting matter on Augut 1. IMil. In 1 SOS he entered the regular navy ns ii master, being number "3 In a list ot Go out of SOU who took a competitive examination. Ho was promoted to Lieutenant In ISf.S. Lieutenant-Commander tn 187.H, Commander In 18S9 nnd Captain a year later. Ills last hen duty was as Commander of tiTe battleship Indiana, to which he was assigned In August, 1901. On Sep tember '.'a, 1901. at bis own request after forty years of service ho was re tired with the rank of Hear Admiral. Tho Hear Admiral was twlco marrtd. His llrst vvlfo was Mary J. M. Perklni of Philadelphia. He married Carolina A. Helfonstelli on October 7, 1903. ALBERT THIERIQT. Hp Wns n Hotel .tlnnKRrr nnd For mer Delniuiilco I'.aeeulnr. Ot.t.NH F.vl.is, N Y, Aug. 3, Albert Thlerlot. manager of tho Fort William llii.titv .mil l.ikii t'li.itiitilaln hotels nnd the dining car fervlco for the Delaware and Hudson liailro.nl, uleil In Ills borne In Chisiciton, near here, this afternoon. Ho was appointed In 1904 as an executor of tho cHiite of Miss Uosa Dolmonlco with Miss Josephine Dolmonlco, the principal legatee. There wns somo disa greement In the management of the oa tale and In November, 1900, on his ap plication Sill rugate Thoman made him sole executor, but tho decision l re Versed by tho Supreme Court In Febru ary. 1D07, and Miss Josephine DelmorUco got absolute supervision. After his connection with the Del monlco estate Mr. Thlerlot retired from business fur a fow years until he beran to nian.igotlio Delawaroand Hudson Hall- road's hotels and dining car service. He was In the employ of the railroad at ,10 ,,me ot hls Jeath. MISS MATILDA TENNYSON. Pool's I, list Surviving: Slater Dlee nt Age of t)S. tiONDON, Aug. 3. Tennyson's last Hiirvlvliig sister, Miss Matilda Tennyson, died hero to-day nt tho ago of 98. Till' ltcv. Wlllliini I. lto)ce. Tho ltcv. William F. Hoyce. 7C, died vesterdav at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. (lonrge V. Vanderpool of North Klghth avenue, Whltestono. Queens. Mr. Ilnvco was born In Illlldale, N. Y. He wan a member of tho Wyoming Metho- tiring from the active ministry eight vears neo. Hesldes his daughter a son, Frank Ilnyeo of Sidney, N. Y., survives him. Vdolnli sclilll. . , , . .. u, . Pi svEit, Aug. 3 Adolpli Schlll, . y-.ir old, cilllor ot tne c.ciiurauci u and fornioily connected with Oerman newspapers In New York city, died here to-d.iv. llu wan a veteran of the civil war. THE SEAG0ERS. Sailing to-day by the United Fruit eleamshlp Santa Marta for ports ot the Caribbean : Pr Charlotte K Oood- Mr and lra. Tercy Kowl-a E C Maelnd vv r Mors in M- ni Mra O L. Hulfim I man i V I. Willlamaon w 1, Cuiouiiniia Ir and Mrs 11 A Greenwood AL'Hlt A aon w.ia birn Tufaday to Mr. and Mr I'.eorzi- J. Auer of 401 Honn stead avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. PIED. IIVCON. VI the University tloapltal. PrilUdclphli. en Auguat J. 1915, John Ilucon. M. n cf the late Joilih and Caroline Wood il-icon, aged 0 yeara. Itrlalive. and friends are Invitsd lo at tend the funeral aervlrea on Wdn clay afternoon. August I. at S I. M., at the All falnia Kplscopal Church, Tor resdale, Plilladelplila. Intarmsnt pri vate nt Prlenda south Wsatern lturlil t rounds HOAItDM VS On Monday, Aucuat :, en tared Into life eternal, William Jarvla Ilourdman, In hla eighty-fourth yar. Funeral at hla Into residence, Washlnf ton, P. c; , VVedneaday inornlna; at to. 30 o'clock. (iltl-inxi: un Mondav. the 2t Inat . st Ontrora Park. Cataktll Mountilna, Mra. Jenrla Hutton (Srerna. widow of C'liurlei) llurrowa lireene. Funeral at Onteora Church. Onteora, Thiiraday morning at 11 o'clock. HUCillUS Jnarphlno (1, Huthea, wlfo ot llrl.in O. Iliighf, mother of Oartruda Marie Iturrlll, Clara llughea and llrlan U. HiiKhrs, Jr. at her summer horns, llrlRhtslda. Monroe, N. V , on Sunday, Aus'Ust 1. Funeral from ruldenre, 19't Madlaon avenue, on Wedneaday. Auiuat 4, at 10 A M , thence to All Halnla' Church, Mndlanu avenue and 1.9th street, wliere a aolemn rfqulem maa will ha ottered for the repnae of her aoul. In-term-nt Calvary, automobile cnrti. KLAPP llllnor Liana, widow of William II. Klupp. at Clinton, N. .1., Sunday morning, Auguat 1, 1915, asrd sixty nine. Funeral services at th church of tha TranarlKuratlon W'eilnraday at 1J o'clork. Interment at Yvoodlawn. Philadelphia and Chlcngo p.pera copy, I'llII. LI 1'." Man lav, at the Norwegian llnspttal. Kortv aU'h arrent and Fourth avenue, llrook'Mi, Herbert Athnlaiana I'lillllpa. hvislund of Klsle and son of (leorge I'arlev and Llujlieth Phllllpa of Mra I ford lloil"'. II llast Thirty-a- nnd street, New York city. Funi'inl service at the Cliapal, f03 At I mil ' avenue, Hrookln, at 2 o'cloek Thuiadsv, wltli liilurmeiit Greenwood Cemetery, I'.lOHTIlIt Su 1 lenlv, on Monday, Auguat al IMvvllln Notch, ,N. II.. Kale A, lllgliter. wblow nf Jnim llarria lllghier. S'otlie of eervlees later llt'Tllllltl'I'ltl' on Saturday. July II, lDir,, at llnhneinunn Hospital, New York city. Walter Itiittierfurd of 714 Miillaun nveime, luiali.ind nt Ioulsa M, Itiilherfurd and bun of Din l,u Iia. bc"i and Waiter lluthei furd. Funeral aerilcea will be held at Trinity Church Wednesday niurnlng, August 4, r.t 10 o'clock.