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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915. DR. BARUCH SAYS j NEWPORT UP EARLY DR. EHRLIGH, GREAT SCIENTIST, IS DEAD FOOTSORE, WEARY ROOKIES GET REST THE costumes at the Annual Kanry Dress ball at the Narraftansett Piei Cmiiin .... I.',;.!..., V,...,.l,,..... l 1U, A pearei as a (Jrecian dancer and Miss Kleanor ("hase wore the costume of a Dutch girl. Miss Antoinette Bloodgood wore a Tommy Atkins uniform. Miss Lillian Hobson was a .Spanish dancer, and Miss Eliza beth O'Gorman, a Chinese princess. DORLAND MISQUOTES! FOR TENNIS FINALS; I - v.. i i in,, , ,,,i,,,, i . 1 1 1 , i 1 1 1 1 aim , I , I I ' ' . , B. Lambert appeared as "Niarht." Mrs. Irvine H. Chase and Miss Lucia Chase wore "Pierrette" costumes. Miss Minimi- Chase nn- I'n Id J)pni' Phyifctai Hs Proved ,n) r.'li Miik'ntr Kent 1 1 n Woman. Lte Ohim'ps Fail tt Koop At- tendMet Dowi Umny Work Bnd Visitors. K. .1. BRRWIND'9 PARTY Discnvprpr of BlOOd DNpiisp Sppcific Siirrnnilis tt Hcnrt Trouble Siiiiilnv Bring WplfOtttr' Hp Rplt", Afft-r Hike nntl I.idv lny in flip KIpMi ,V) re ,.HHls NOT INFERIOR1 MADE FfflHT 0 CANCER roi tf; of march rHosEN pr gmotl Harwell professor of hydro t(ierPV '" CaWttl of Physicians unci Rutin""" of CotttBlblg Cniverelty. yea air Ml Interview In his own ,,', 10 Till Si n on the question of IH comparative brain isriwrr of men sort 1 ir llaruch In nn Interview mini" ..,i... i ,, Tut- lA'hi, Ki-s i i - -r rUWlr ' " - ifo Opened tin- suhject with statements which tefTI widely quoted In order tint Nil views he not misinterpreted pr Its ru- h salil yesterday: In , iimpliani e with your courteous request for my views on the excellent article b) Ot norland of Chicago, which purport" 10 he s criticism of my views pr,-.ed iii Tiik Sin of May II, 19! S. j Hffre to say that my courteoUH critic f i-v presented a single fact to con trovert my statement that, according to tils1or . iu woman has unaided accom plished ii epoch making achievement, tarring one In her own sphere I Ftor- aerr Nightingale!. "If tnr good doctor had confined his email-- 10 Tin: Si n Interview- H would pfrhiif hare had less to criticise. The mptl 'ii uf Tur. Si n Interview of Ma: 11. lilt, which singularly enough ha Rgaglnsd unanswered for over two yr,r- I ss follows - 'women great as Sjvflliera, hut not as I n v en torn. , hrlologi ctl raue for their failure to equal men I" lipids of creative genius; men the great painters, conqtosers. Inventors, iiacOVvrers, women home maker. " "In tli la article I distinctly excluded Die amOtloaal flelds of ai ling, singing, gr It' tli - lhi only woman among the Inn irlrtiniw- he r fers to I assuming that the pictures repregtlll the most famous) ashn .o'lie nnilcr the almve caption Is Mme L'urle, wlio admits her sharing Dm discovery of radium with her hus band To illustrate w ith Hon, Hnnheiir : Ilk Angelica Kaufman ami Mine l,e tmin. tins painter was dlntlngulsheal s to-d.i . Cecilia Howe, perhaps otheis. but iii ronnolsseur would class their work .e great and creittiyc with that of Raphael, Titian, Huletis. forot. Sargent grd others H'fre'l Pert in Music. "There are iind have been dls Mgfttlshtd women CQIIipumi like tiari Sohutuall and t ' ha mi na de, hut no woman composer lias neaird Ml) great tnusl Ilk tltM of rtccthmen. H I ndel. Unions. Lisit. Wagner and numerous others. I did not venture to puhlish this fact until I had the confirmatory opinion of Dam roach and Henderson. Thi Spn' MMtall .Title, and Stransky hue re Oil) tinned it in the X rental World I'mhahly the readers of Th Scn will NT, that none of the Justly famous Women who are portrayed In the article can lie classed as , oiii making under th alKjve caption except Mme. Curie, ail ' admittedly shared the dlacovery of radium with her husband. "The doctor quotes me correctly as saying that 'each sex has Its own dis tant iUIIUe In which it excels.' In an tngUarried moment the doctor aslmlts that I li.n. never .tared to claim that man has higher brain cells, and he de clines lu .nipt my proposition that woman la the basic factor In Obligation, as Bnwraon has so well said I huve llarwbere written that all the grand achievement of man would be worthless Without the woman upbuilding and ma staining the nucleus of drillggtlon th home in its broadest sense Including hum i. uclh tics related to It. Mentality of nriea. "I halleng any one to prove that I ,v rvtr written that woman's brain Is Interior to man's The doctor quotes me x' ' :t 'that I ascribe the difference la the imes of mental development of th -ex. - to biological causes." and that woman is attuned to maternity,' and my Mmmeiitator quite gratuitously con. lUdei eavlng the inference that this McllMlvely and forever bars her from th r.abns of higher Intellectual en Mvot and stamps her with the stigma f tn, "t ii inferiority.' 'Th.it this Is a false and misleading dedti Hon i evident from my following (tcentl) imbllahod statements made In rei)l to some falsifying crlticiams of elmil-ir lews made by feminists In the ffmu, In the 7"lmr of July 4 I wrote: it is bj no means a mental Inferiority . H Kitni foolish men and women have Id The reason does not lie in thw Nperlor mental endowment or heredi- I lary rapacity of men.' And on August ' 4 I opened a letter In the Timet wtth. j Vf dm was not to claim intellectual' prvi rtv for women, as one critic falsely "Oil the contrary I have controverted the atupld dea of woman's menial In- I) On all occasions." . W L DOUGLAS IS 70 TO-DAY. MRiiiifnftnrf r ii-uhh i iff nn ml I' s hM inn U i r . Bkookton, MiuH , Auk. 'Jl W U Pouglujt, ( -t ;ovrnor of thi- Stai and t'1 ' 1 i s , i- iiLWiiifHrtuier, will rele IrTiit. ,,. nonow his fHventlth hirthrtHy. to i ouiri.i.H w m iorn in Plymouth 1 Jl I&4.1 mid hm Iftl a ver biwy life. Jl - i Hptendld th.slr;il condition now -r o hiH ranful living, and is Htilt tV Hcl vf dird!ri(t of tht great J. i .1 lii it tunnfc buiinem! that botra M 1-KMIfflM 4Mi an a hot boy and i e nd li" 4u-makiriK trade. He started hui prrwrnt vnst buftinerw With oi"-fiu uiipttwll of 9 K 7 f . He tVftj a IT'- mr of thi Mafr!Htett Her ate, V uf Ifropkton, delejrate to th j utlc MUOfial convention and C'"1 8 r"ir. PlggS "" l"lere. , lea Hopkins h.i engiiue I Stuait ler, formerly stag- dlrsetor for it BalaaoOi a stage director tf the i ,,,,(1 July Theatre for this season rangemantg have been made o pre th, Vltagraph pletUT "The Hattle ' PagaaV1 at Ihe huslneee men's Instruction camp at Plgtttburg n day, August 1'4 e tv . ll, r A I- I C hi 1 I East 45th Street Exclusive I Apartment Hotel Furnished and Unlurnished Apartmentt Short or Long Leaies Kxccllent Cuiine Ttltphone, Murray Hill 4400 NKwroriT. n. I.. Aug 21 - Although most of Mrs Wlilener's guests danced till the small hours this morning nearly nil who were at Mlramar last night np- I pearen mis morning at the Casino for the lawn lentils rtnals The gathering was the largest of tlte week There were hundreds In attendance from across the bay. and as early as 1ft o'clock there was a long line at the Casino ticket office, suggesting former days, when the national tournament was played here. The desire to dance by no means abated, and to-night at Kriward J Her wlnd s villa, the Kims, there was an other dance. Mr Berwlnd was assisted In receiving by his sister. Miss Julia Herwlnd of Philadelphia. During the evening his new gardens were Inspected. They were greatly appmdated. There were also dances at Merger's Hellevue I. and at the Hill Top Inn. Tennis enthusiasts are leaving to-morrow for the tournament at the Meadow t'ltih. .Southampton. The horse show which opens at the Casino on September .1 will end on l.at.,.1 Hay Thle la a change In the regular order. There has been the customary influx of week end visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whttehouse have come for a brief visit and K H Schley and Hsirge Ht. Ilenrge of Sew Vork are here with Mr and Mrs W. tloadhy liew. Mr. and Mrs A. I) H. Pratt are here for the second time this season and are wtth Mr. and Mrs. Ijiwrence I.. Ollleaple. Harry S I ...Hew and Uouverneur Apple ton are with Mrs. tleorge S Scott. Law rence K. Hutl.r is with Mr. and Mrs Cornelius Vauderhllt at Heaulleu. eorge M. Woolaey la at Ochfw Point Mr and Mrs. A. Duel Irving and Kben S Draper are with Mr and Mrs Mars ilen I'erry at Kleak House. Seth Sprague is at Mr and Mrs J Stewart Haniey's and tleorge It. Preston is visiting his sister. Miss Alice Preston. Hear Admiral Fletcher and the officers of the fleet held a farewell reception this afttmoon at the training station, their guests Including the leading members of the summer colony. lu the receiving party were Mrs Fletcher. Mrs Henry T Mayo. Mrs. Da Witt Coffman. Mrs. K. C. Feclitler. Mrs Roger Wells and Miss Katharine Knight. It was a particularly enjoyable occa sion and there was dancing to the muslc of the training station band The fleet Will depart from this port on Monday, innners wei given this evening by Mrs Oliver I! Jennings. Mrs. William F. Draper and Mrs. Charles F. Hoffman and Mrs tleorge S. Seott had one at Helmead for her granddaughter. Miss Miml Scott, who is entertaining a party of young people. Many of those who appeared at the tennis tournament this morning were In evidence late this after i.oon for the polo match. MOVIE ACTORS HAVE PICNIC oi,,hle. of the latreaa Compete In tthlftlr Kirnli at Brlgklsn Track. All day king ftom morn till midnight yesterday movie actios and actresses their friends and admirers diportsl ihenueen on the racetrack at Rrigliton Reach at the gala field day and oarttiv.il of the New York Motton Picture Kx hibitora Association. There were swimming race, diving contejsts. water hio and other aquatic sports during the toot num. In which lith ihe public and tlte exitoncnt of the sl bnt drama participated Preceding this there was a grand parade front Coney i Island to the heacih. led by Mary Pick ford, bottle Briscoe, Beverly Bayne, Mary Fuller and Bdlth Storey. In which tnmdiTls of itromlncnt film stars took pan. The afternrton was given over to ath letic anotts. Ma.irice Costello anil Kdlth Btorey i-ompetcl in a sbitotinn match Wally Van, Toney Mareno, Lawrence Marsten ami seeral others did a whirl wind automotule race Besides this j there was a three leggetl race, a greased pig chase, n watermelon content, a hur dle raoe. 100 yard dasher, and all man ner of poiting events Amoirg a variety of other features was a scenario content which was made In view of the audience and later tlios, who saw the picture In the making viewed the i-ompletcd picture on the screen. The entertainment ended in a tlantbake at the Brighton Beaoh Hotel. , WAR WRITER MARRIES. Ilertihard Kellermann and tj,l,-l ' t.lberson Wedded In Berlin. BaaUNi rf Itotterdam. Aug. 21 t Bernhanl Kellermann. author of tha much read novel "The Tunnel. " nt married this week to Miss Mabel aileraoii of New York. Kellermann immediately a'ter his, ms-rriage returned to the front as war correspondent of the Br'linrr Tafie hlatt Kellermann visited America last year On thg maiden trip of the Hamburg- ; Amorionn steamer Vaterland. Mlr rtre Serrelly ,,l it was an noun tied yssterday that William S Davll, director for William Kox. and Kinrence ttosgf. an eluhteen--ar-old tneiiilier uf tlie company, were married secretly a week aurn last Thurs day at til Metlniilist t'hurch psrsonsge, 1 I ., t h Htreet and Amsterdam avenue, lifter giitine: a license at the t'lty Hall. The COUple tie, . tine gcqUglntgd itnly a few weeks ao when Miss Busras Joined tlte Company, acting In a picture called "Tlte Widow Lsreugs." ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Mr and Mrs Richard T. Itavles of 314 West gSVSnty -Seventh street have announced the engagement nf their ihtughler. Miss Bnor Van tlelder Ila vles. to Hugsn H de Hrnukatt of Chi 1 CggO, III, Thg wi-ddlhg will take place ; in January. Miss DgVtSS is at the W'htte Uountaln with her ps rente. Mrs. RoBg UsgSSf has annnuueed the ngSgemenl of her daughter. Miss Car rie Lesser, to Holier! M Robinson, Mrs. Lesser anil her daughter are passing the summer at Rockgwsy Park, Mrs Fredsrlck Rossnbsrsj of Clarsmonl avenue, Montclair, N. .1., gnnouncsd th- ngggmnl 'if dgughtsr, Marion t tshorn Weher jr.; has her to Hhillp Km in is Miller of South Orange. I The engagement is gnnounosd of Miss' IJHggbsth Marie t'llsack of orange, daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas M. I'uaack, and Maurice Henry Caldwell, I son of Mrs. William W. t'aldwcll of fl Bdggmont road. Montclair. WILLS AND APPRAISALS ARTittn J. ItiniBr, who diad on Mareh . 1S14. left f1,44 He gave! h lire I nil-res I in t.'i.ono to Mary A ! Rodsni who was not related to hint, and j i left the remainder to his suiut. Kilward. Henry, Itohert and Arthur Ridley, god I g his daughters. Allierta tllorg and' Cgthsrln and Ida Ridley He ownsd 1 1, 3, & 7 1 in tnortgagsa Mrs .Ianh T Hiiitton. who died on Novgmhar II, Ilt4, le't f1t.n-1 m her U.iiighter AiKitsia Rrltt.m Manee, and her granddaughter, laaballa Manse. iCVl ' BaB awawaTT B aKtT ! BwV-'aaanlwIwIwIwIwIwIwIwIw! -r 11 1!- ,J 11 11 " iJ MISS LUCIA CHASE NARRAGANSETT PIER VISITORS ENJOY THE HOP AT THE CASINO; MANY DINNERS PRECEDE EVENT A li H A i A N f KTT F ' K M . R I . A UK 21- - In ft;ttp of the faiu ilirhn Uill. whih mntlmitMl until h tale hour tant nlffht OClftt) .t I os r:trl to-la Mid IllOtOfttl to Nt'wpoit to watoh thr ItMll of the tennij tournament Among th Ni YotkerH who attudtd wrv Mr. and lrn. .t. . Hon:ip;irtr. Mrn. IrVltlR H, OtlMe( the Mi?4ftM tflMIIOf ancl LaUCifl 'hae. Mi ft ltd .Mrs J IV Kftlton, ("apt Krank K'l Iokc. Mips Prediica Kel logg, Slater Vanlilnnn. WhwWtOn V.iuk- luri, Luther P, Qnivos, Jr., Mr ami Mrs. S. Hlnman Itini, Misn Mar TrOWbrldtfe, GIRLS MUST QUIT SHIP BY SATURDAY NIGHT Effort t Mnko Twin With Arbuckle Rrtat Is Given I p. Tli .Imi it- A llamler. John Arhurkle't old bark, for eight inn a home for work lag airia ct tho f.mt if Baa Twenty thir.l etret-t. In lnomed to eloai MUM Lillian H Daavari chairman of th, com mittee from ihe Corporation Rounaal' OfflO, thai ha lntvreB,l Itni-lf In Ilia rontiiiuiiiii-e of tho philanthropy, aniii IhhI night that ull her -fruriM 10 tec Hiiy aatihfti"tnr Itatamanl from tha Arbuckle hair, hmi r.tiini and thai ihe eotninlttaa araa r turning all tha mone) that htu' romt to It for the Veaael'" aupport. About half ot tiK1 irls have found hotr, h elaawhara. Capt Bhaalay la making arrangamanla to tiiu! up the niiip nasi Saturday night, the date m't by the Owner, A n-ti- raaantftUvi of tha Arbuckla h-irr told Aiirn Daavel racantly that it t..ii laaal i.ift,t a year above the antounl rccelvi-tl from thi Klrle tc operat, thi hip. Mm gnUghMtad nc IMflouHy in provlillna; for thai amount for a .ir at least, gg alread) a lurid- number "f women made Inquiries ami offered help, but ttu- committee feele that cnope ra tion of the hiMrs N neceaggryi Thi' laat mmtlng tif the elrls aorlal t-liih wilt h held tomorrnw niglii end tha ofggnlggtlon will dlgaolva, ALMA GLUCK AGAIN A MOTHER. Ill, unlit, r II, nil III I in till I I - I i Ht Their I. eke l.rnrar Home. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs Bfrem Blmbsllsl (Mme, Alma Oluck) on Friday night at their summer cot tage on Lake Oeorge, SCCordlng to word received by Mme OlUck'S managers In N-w Vork yesterday Mine, tlliick was fnrmerly a mcniln-r of the Metropolitan Opera company Her husband Is the Rusalan violinist, who has appeared In recital-; in Aini-rn .i for several years past They recently bought a home in New Vork and announced th-lr intenMoii of living in Amsrh'S Mme. Oluck married Mr, SCimballsi In June, 11H4, after she had got a divorce from her first husband, a travailing in aurancs man. whom she married in 191 0 She has a daughter by her flrst husband NOTES OF THE IOC LAX WORLD (V,l and Mir !:Mirt M Thompson, who have heen passing Ihe seaeon ai gouthampton, ' i . r, making , short . r ilso !' their house t-'att, the K er giatlee They will go t. SfSW f art for a hrle' visit, Mr and Mrs F Sltiddv von St ole ar. 1 Santiua Springe for s brief n't. Mr and Mrs H wlsnd I Davie tire re- calving oonirgtuUittong on rh birth of a ,oi at their boms, i"1 Kst Ssvgn tlgth street Mrs avis waa Miss IIUril s. Uvlngston, dnughtar of Mrs nohtri It Livingston. Congratulation, are being rscslved bj Mr ancl Mrs. tiydlg Hy( "n the Vlrt'l -if a soi i at their home. IDT Baal Bevnnty fourth itrasl Mr, Hoyt wae Mis, in i Hnbbini, daughter ir Mr in,d " Ju'l Bobbins. Mr. and Mis Irvll e Rr l(iw, 'ho hav, 1,,-,-n passing th, summer at their count r, place ai Mill NacU, I. t are at Bar HsrbOl for g lirlef isit Mrs Wsldron Willi. nn- grill give dance ai Blurry', m Dacsmbsf II io in troiluca tisr rlsughtsr, M'ss Hope Will iams Mrs. (Jsorg Pahnsr will give i tianc, at Hnsrry' on Oeoainbei 'J for her dsbulagte dSUgbter, Mia. Uillian v I'almer In Mi.,,, I era nil,- rl. The NSW York Society of CeratnlO it a bra nob "f th Boclsly of rrafis- men of 119 Kaet Nlnstsenth llr el, will glv-- a gpgfllgl fall SghlbltlOlt at tin Little t;aller, IS Bast Forileth strut from November 1 lo November Hi Tit' collection will include rare pottery and decorated poroelalna. t MlM lorothv Main I e, t -iral Mid Mr. II T H Karris, David T lvin ami Mr. and Mrs David B, Hharp. Iuther IV Jraven f Nt' York Is spending the w ek end with hi sonsi Leather and Metaon Oravea, Mrs RaynOT Qotfwln hat rcturnel :o w Vork after VlStHtlfl Mr R V tIo,l win at CasWell tttac- The winner of the prtze for the beai eoatumejl nt the fancy drran hall held at Lhe (awino lant niifht were Mm. A. H LarnhiM t snd Marr HolloWSy, Iw.th f .Ww Yrk Mrs. fjwnttisyt'g pi In w i NEW LIQUOR LICENSE LAW HITS YALE FRATS Does N Allow shIcs Where Mlnow Are Admitted to Memberfihlp. Saw HavgM, fnn . Aug -' -The ! etitrt inert of the new Connecticut oluhl ' iiiTtiite igw ni.t have conatderahte alfec4 j I upon Vale e,-rt t em ietler. and It Ik ! I poaafble that if th- auehorlttea eei, t eilfOTOa It the three ,onnty OOmmlHloil j er of New HgVgfl will hava to ba i Initiated Into the frat-rni' leu tif Vale. LTnlvgrgltyi When th new rluh law. w).li-h ll j i .timeti at cluba aelllng liquet without a i lloenaa, u'ie! Into nperatron it wlllngcaa" I j.itaii- the oommiegionan peraonall) m I apgctlng all olubheugaa whar, liquor k dlapanaad, Adntleatan o ITala club lviaei. m ragtriotad -nieiy to RtantbaTg.l una of the ,-,inituij'ii'-',iit. .1 iv WattaTi If a farmer: the otlier. Col .lames Qaddaa. la bead of tin- Connecticut in- i , fantry. and tha third, Pred Qaylord, hae iM-eti a poiltlctgn for thirty teare. The new rluh law alt,, ,:uta nff ttll j , llrenaaa to cluba wiu, h admit nSnora I ae nit-nilierf Kew, if any. "f the t-iv-ie- , . ties ad Vale deliar men IWdgr II from joinniK, afid of the five academic junior fnUarnlUgg only one. lleta Theta PI, . gltowa no lliiuor tif any description it- I its honae ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS ggjagg nf Ihe I. n test N nines IMitei-il mi Hie lleulslers. MuAlpln -Mr. and Mr- T Philadelphia; In- aim Mr kins. ew Orleans : Mrs li A. Allman, i ii- ihl Sim anion, I'.t Prlnr, lleorg Thomas II Heilly. Ioutsvllle ; ileorge Puller, Waghlngton; K. II. Prry lswlstnn, Me Amen p, w Cary, Norwloh, N Y ; n w Crowell, Central Valley, N v . W A Burrlll, Lynn. Mas lesuralton Mis ltene Noul, Port n ne. Ind.; T. It Hrmvii. Bhanghati China; A. H, Van Busklrk, Troy, N, V. :i rtegia K I' Morgan, t'lttsburg Mr and Mrs vv n Mill, Beverly, M.is- m inhattatt Mr- t 'mi M rs -th Nlgpn, Post on, Norm. i n Iteevea I'l.itlsliurg N V. Columbus, 'o Helled, ure M' TruinDi Mr. ami and Mis Mn .1 1' Phllsdstphlg, Vsndsrbtlt- -Bdwlti Columbia, s '. . M i I'm, Short Hills, N .1 v Itohert BOn, Mrs C. W Rodney l If.i 11. Buffalo, N V ! BlUmore- p i C l4fon, ureal Nsck, I.; Mr. and Mr, Harry levers. Huf- fglo, N V : N.irm.tn Mat'ier, Toronto. KnlOksrbOCkSI Jams A Quiun, Al bany; Mr. and Mrs K A Busch, Chi- ago; Herman a Sens. Booheater, M, v Woodstock Mr, anil Mrs II S Llak, Troy, N V . Mr, and Mrs. .1 H Mann, Kingston, N V TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE VVsTgRgUgY, Conn. i Aim II Vmong I the motor arrivals at the Hotel Klion on tlie Ideal Tour were ldSU4 and Mrs Jo SOptl KungnUUt and Mis W T. living, Kew Vork ( Lexington s. Mr ami Mis MOOTS ami Mrs Thomas. New Vork l Mr Purlin); Kdwln I. Kallah and party, Mas Vork (Packard); Mrs ,i it l-oster. Mi-s M .1 Smith. A M and .1 ll i Foster. Now Vork fCgdlHac); William i Stuart and part)'. South Orange i I 'ai'k -aid I. OUfford Harmon and party, ! New Vork I Packard) I Mr, ami Mrs. I Morgan 0, Barnwell, Tussdo (OhaJ ImSTS); Mr. and Mrs D H, Poromua laud party, Newark iHutkaon); Mr. and I Mrs. j, w. Parry, New Vork i White); Mr ami Mrs .1 K Meek ami Mr, John Drsmood, New Vork iPtgrog'Arrow), Mi ami Mis Wlllbwit suit and party, New Vork (PgvkartTli Mr. and Mrs J if. Huiusn, Radford, n y. mi May ' Rherwoo.1 ami Howard llH-y. Mt. KIs. o I U'lence-Arrow), Atmi impciumooo riomjr rtsom Sfini net and Mr Mollowa i lar.'t- vane of ) - jrold MISS Anne St ursif of New York lulling iiei rOUSln, Mrs. I'raiik I (odd, at Mm Imperial. The (ount and 'ountens I e l-'(o ties of Vienna are jvoppttiR at rhv Mat he w- ! f on Mr and Mr August Rehnont nf Nv Y.t k put In at the IMer on their ya ht , Bcout Mr md Mrs. Rowland Hazard of svw Tork entertained at dinner before the j hop to-nicht for Mr. and Mrn LynfOfd BOY SPURNS FATHER FOR HIS STEPFATHER lelr to 81. 500.000 Tells Court lie Prpfers Mother's Sec oilil II ii-Ii.i ml. Whit Plaims, Aur :i "t want to live with my father I " said Will lam Crosmgn Mills Lee In court her" to-day. when he was askett lo choose between ins stepfather, t Prsdarick le of l"-1 South Itroailway, and his father. Wlllsm Mills. Jr. of Venice t'al. The In.y. wiio Is 14 years old. In herited t,SO0,O0t from the estate of Ins mother. Mrs tieorgia I'ros-man Mills l.ee, who died at the Hotel AnSOMS, Manhattan, ssvsrsj months ago Mrs Lee dlvorcsd William Mills. Jr. nnd mart led T. Frederick Lee, Mrs be inherited n fortune from her father. William Crossnuuii coffee Importer of New Vork city, She I, ft g,0M to Mr. Lee and named Mr L.e and his mother, Mrs Kenyon Lee, as (uardtans ot bar son. The child's father se,l,s gam -u-- tody of th? hoy. The child choice was made to-d tv hefore Justice Tomp kins at the last of several hearings Krnost Ki Coultsr, president of the Society for th- Prevention of Cruelty to t'hildreti. New Vork. was called as a wltn-ss for the Lie side of the case Mr i 'milter saitl that he first met Mrs. I,,e m r.mv when both Mrs, Lee and himself w-re pain tits in a hospital In New Vork city He said that Mrs. i.,c told him gboul her first husbsnd, saying that Mi. Mills had shown llttli Interest in the child. In IMS, when Mrs l was going abrogdi Mr Coultsr sgld Bh told lllln that she was leaving th liny with Mr Ues' mother and was sat laflsd thai lie was In good hands The child was culled aa a witness for Mr. L-e As their were statement.- tliat the hoy was not well treated by Ills step father gnd A is made to run errands, he was .taked how he fared at tlie Lee home. He said his stepfather netted hint very well, and that if he went on an errand it w as because he wanted to do it "io you want lo live with Mr, Lee an 1 your t ! rand mother Lee or your untie, Mr, Orossmsuti Of Mr Mills, or your grandparents Mr ami Mi's. Mills, In New FtOchsltsT" asked Mr. Taylor i want to live with my Father Lee ir, i tv Orandmothsr l--, whnra i am I. ing now," the boy replied II- "aid Ids mother had ImprSSggd on him thill he was always to rem tin with Mr Lee. .,.. The court rsssrvsd daemon. THE FUNERAL OF DR. GOULD Service VsstoMloi Karrnoog si. Barrholomrw' Pi ' Cbnrrki Punsral garvtogg for i"' Blln R L Oouldi formar City C4uvmbrta1n, were held yesterdity morning at lit o'clock ill St I l.irtholomew 's PlOtSOtgnl BplgOOpgJ ChUroh in M;td son gVSIIUV at Forty- fourth street Pr Oould diad last Wodnesday on a train en routs from the Canadian Xorthwaat of injuries rultlni from :i horgs'g kick iii- fuiMiraJ aervlce were oonductad b) ihe RV Lelghton Parks, rector of tin- church. SO I ld by the Right Rev. I'harles Suiniiei llurii, Bishop Suffr.t- ggn, and five other of tin- olgnsjyntan, Among Ulogg wlio were aeked In ai't as honorarj palbarsrs were Hrldnl Woodroa tsoiii Joseph s. Auarbaohi Mr Nicliolas Murray RutlgT, ' ieorge BrowiiSi Joseph H Ohoggg; R, Pulton rutting. Rlvhard H. ICwart, John n Plnlayi John (Msmii Ripley Hltohoook, A Barton Hspburn, Adrian Iseliu, ,,ilih la-wisohn, In John T Munn, Osorg McAnany, ttgden Mills, lieorgie I. Nl.-hols. William A Iteild. Or, U. U Seam.in. IgggC Mi Seligman. Dr. Albert Shaw, William R Wll n. Alfred T, White and ileorge W. Young. Tlte interment wga at Usltunora. MISS MARJORIE CHASE 1 : kenaoti of . w York and Mr and Mrs KranM Dnn forth f New York, who Sr lived on t tiotr vailt. Also In the pgrt wr'- Mr. and Mr? S Ilinmni Hllrd ind Mr, and Mrn Hohert lv Uoddand of Providence Admiral an-1 Mrs II T B Hirrla gave a luncheon at Mm va,jI(o to-day l"t M r. and Mrs V ll 'oombfl Before the hop at the Casino tontgh1 Mrs n.irr Harkneas, David T tivi-. Mr and Mrs Fhivld h Sharp, Mrs. Hen ati HaKKin. a'l of New York, win en tertain at dinner. DEAD MAN'S SMILE SIGNATURE TO WILL Surrnffnte Holds Thai It Is Good sishT of the De cedent Contest, dying man's smile has been tie ci, led hy Surrogate Cohalan in he suf- flcleni to prov tin. validity of th win. and the question Is now be for the Su preme Court in a suit to break the will The estate Involved is that of Thomae Meagher Ourkln, a New York lawyer, who died on March 23. , t Mount a.-ii ngton. Mil few dgy hefore his death Mr. Imrkin went to M.ir'lani to Join hi, wife, wlio .,s visiting relatives there ii- w is taken auddanly in of nsphritla ii i w is sttsnded b) ir Cbarlga Hi etrm. th, family physician of the Maryland rglstlvs When w is seen thai ins recovgry was doubtful Mr Imrkin wue advised of the fa, t and he Instructed Mr Bgatsm to take from hi travo! Ing nig will made three year hefoie. In which he gare all his estate tun 11.00(1 io h.s wife, Mary F Inir the S 1 .He, l to Ins s Btr, kill, and g iv Mis Mar) Town of Little Fills. N V While destroying a number of paper one day Mr. Imrkin tore up his will by mistake and In- told tlie ph'siclan to wi t- t n-w one front the torn pieces In the bag pr, licet, in did so and -ailed in several ne.ghhors as witnesses. When the will was ready for execu tion Mr Imrkin was too near death to ape ,1. or rite, but was cons lour. The physician then announced to the wit IMfg that they wen- to s.gn Mr. iur kin's last will and that he.., use he was not strong enough to writ- he would merely make his marl. Testifying its to wtlSI occurred then. In- Reetem and "Mr hut-km Just put a -mile on Ins fare, that Is all." IVhsn Mrs. Town's contest of the will on the ground that it had not been prop- rlj executed wa heard in Surrogate Cohatan he ruled that while the tea tutor's smile was the only Indication that he heard tlie words Uttered by tlie physlolnn, "it clearly appears that Hie t,t.itor w as cognizant of t lies words and ni.ide them ins own " After being defeated In the Surro gate's Court Mia Town sued In the Supreme i'..urt dsmurrsr to her complaint, nie,i in- Hertatri McKnni rounael for Mrs liurkm. is now beforg Justice Weeks for decision OBITUARY 'ir Henrietta tsggbergsri Henrietta Sternls-rger. widow of Mayer Sternherger. dtd in her apart ments itt the Hotel Majestic yester day nt the age of HI w irs Bh bream III In her summer home in Jackson. N. Ho a week ago. Mrs. Sternberg am this oountr) from Havana In I MO She lived at 0i at In Phllftdslphlai coming to Now- Vork In lsiii Her horn hei- hat bssn at the Majestic for fourteen years. Mrs itsrnbergsr l Urivd by nine children. Ih- daughters ami four sous, line of her sons ta Maurice Stern berg, r, a meitilier of the New Vork Stock Ksoliange, ami snothsr la l.lsul-Col Henry S Bternbergi r, quarttrmaatr nf the State. vieliln.'thon H.irr. Jr. HOMggNggg, N H . Aug 21 - Melane thnn Burr, Jr. of M Hurr. Jr. A Co., slock brokers. J" lirnad street, New Vurk. died here to-day. He was a mem ber of the New York Stock Bgl'hgngS I He Hved at illin West Rod avenue. Van llsnggglggf Rurr. lf) R'verslde Drive, was his bueiftfs eeaociat. Pr. Paul Khrlich, who died suddenly , of heart dlsense at Bad Momburg. Oer- many. on Friday, was one of the most celebrated medical scientists In the world His most noted discoveries In experimental medicine were Salvarsan a cure for a blood disease which pre viously had baffled the world, and am ! anti-toxin for diphtheria. I'r. Khrlich i also made remarkable progr- ss In the treatment of cancer and several years ago began experiments for a cure of the sleeping sickness. Since 1 SP9 Dr. Khrlich was director of the Royal Institute for Kxperlmrntal Therapy, a Herman (lovertiment Insti tution nt Frankfort, but that was Offlly tine of a score of notable positions and titles he had received. At the Inter national IfatSlcal congress in London l-n I SI 3 the physician was Introduced by Hlr Malcolm Morris as the greateal exponent of modern pathology. fir. Khrlich was decorated with the insignia of the second class of the Re, I Halle In Kmperor William In 1014 and was the recipient with Ir Metchnlkoff of the Nobi price for Immunity reawareh work. Diphtheria t nt It ox I n . Th. Khrlich was born In Stn-hlen in I hg province of Silesia, March 14. 154 He attended achool at Breslau and later studied medicine at Breslau. Straaa burg, Freiburg and ltlptl Karly la life he carried on truch expe-imental Dr. Paul Ehrlich. vork and his later life WSI a loglcsl s. ' uin-nce. His first studies wsr of tiie csllulgr elements of the blnpd, Its consti tuents. &r., and his experiments in this Work fortified him for bis practical triumphs over certain blotsl diseases It was at gboul this time that lr. ' Khrlich stsndgrdlgsd hi dlphthsrl gntotogln( wiiich tin- tlsrmgn tlovern. m-lit adopted and which ie used almost eyery where to-day Ir Khrlich took over tlie ,1 reotlnn ! of a tlovernmetit instituiUni founded at Steglitr. soon after th- publication of this method, but its gotlvitlss grew to' such an extent that tin- Royal Institute for Bgperimmtal Thsrapautlo w.v- eg igMUhad at Vrankfort-on-Maln and Dr. Rhrlloh vvas transferred to it I r. nhrhch continued his gperlmsnts In i ;ii peer treatment, but it was not until ' early In Ifll that he pngdUCed his can-I oar opsolttc 'nlgroaln," which im had ussd "a mtc srlth gral luocagg The most important discovery of Or. Khrlich, hnwever. wits Bglvarsati, widely known at first as "101" gpsclfic, for the ' cure of a hlood disease I ir. l-lhliirh'a experiment, lad to tins remedy In IttO, previously he had tried (OS others, but eaoii failed. Th, specific gained Vfid fame with rsmsrkabt rapidity and it nisii involvsd i" Qhrlleh, public official In i ermatiy and at least one newspaper in i.tigation The demand for "6tH" so exceeded the supply by about 1,000 per real. The! Ire ktment prescribed for g use was one hvpodermlc Injsotlon hy a physician In II per rent of It, nun oggeg rSg,td with the RhHIch gpaclfl Ihe results ' ere sat- lafactory 1'rof. Khrlloh rfavti away gboul 1T.OI10 doses Strang- lo say., however, attack upon t ie remedy spread, due to gome deabs resulting in improper treatmeir. gnd -non .tier l'r Plhrlich sued llcrr W'.i tsel mi 1 1 . editor of the I in gptrP, In Prsnkforl for lib I in III Pr, Rhrltfh announced on im provement in lb drug which Wna said tu obvlstg flu dtadvantggr of th tirst "OOd." via I'rnm II net -1-Her. Pr, Khriirh's sgperlmsnt on teplngl sickness also gttructed Wld attention , In tgM Mrs Qeorg Mpryer endowed an institute for chemical tharapeutlcg for' Pr Bhrlleh and the Heorg Speyer-Hsua grew up ngl loor to tlie Royal In -tltute 4"or Experimental Therapy 'bout the same time John i Roekefrller, learning of the contribution, made by ' W'Til-h to m-dic.il science, authorlgsd the hoard of tin- Rockefeller Instltut, to pin tin, non nt his disposal In huh In- Bhrlleh visited the United I St ites and delivered Iscturs in seven! i irge Rastsrn cltls, He rroslvi lh de gree of Ll. Ii from rhe 1'iiivelsity ot Chicago In lii"7 be dellvercl : ig lliir lien lectures In London, recelvinr Ihe till of dOOtOr of science from the Cut-' varsity Ogford Pr Phrllnh also pub lished many notsvbl work-, ipsdlosl , science )gi nn itt .i. roller. l'r I 'ay nl J Fuller. 71, who yvas one nf the b-adutg prgetltlnnsrs in Rrook yn for more than thirty y ears, ged on Wednesday at his home in Hiisl J.iffr- N II He was a civil war veteran and was a degcon "f the Brrong Plgce Hap- iii t'hurch. He leaves a wife, son and daughter lb retired from practice live j ear sgo i ha pies Morllwer Cgantngbgaui gOITH OgAHUgi N J. Aug .'I Chgrlss Mortimer Cunningham. Hi nf III Rutledgs str-et. Brooklyn, died and dStlly Iggl night Wil li ytsiliitg ins son, i'harles Mnrtiiner I unnlllgllillll, .Ir Dsath was due In heari illaease He leaves a widow, two daughter, ami bi son. elsii. I.rluas. PgiSAIC, X. J. Aug ?l N'-lsein QriggS 14, died to din of ptom poisoning For sixty years lie li.nl be, -it aagoctatad with New York music pub lishing I. on e He is survived 't a iron and a daughter. m fc'::i . . " . ' ..ail etr.-'i ' 4sJbSbbSbBbS PLATTggl'gO. N. V. Aug II, W'i coming n day of rt si which comes with Sunday, tin member of tlie camp of military instruction retired in-night footsore and weary after a day of strenuous duty in the saddle and on the Held Squadrons A ami r of in- "ronkry" cavalry returned from a rid, Into til country and a night Spent on the ground rolled In thgtr army blind, ets Thev started soon after reveille and spent the houre between that and their n turn to the camp In (bid mattctUVre When leaving the camp mi this prac tice march yesterday afternoon, each man carried rations of raw bacon, po tatoes nnd hard tack. When Ihry reached their camping grounds for the night, each of the men rooked his own supper over a small brush lire, eaiing his fried bacon and potatoes from his tin mes kit This morning, before breaking camp, these men wet-, obliged to prepare their own breakfast and then ttrnnm their horses Their rettiin to the camp did not, how ever, mean a few hours rest, for tne had hardly turned thefr burses mer to the enlisted men nf the regular cavalry when they were again ordered out for infai try drill, and this continued in til dinner kbOOting on the range and Held artillery prncti-e ejeegptsd tn- sfteriMsatli llegtilnr leinlr, trrltr. Four tumps nf the Heuond tav airy grrtvgd this ini i-i ii and the entire regf ment. with the egceptlon of a amuM de lachmonl left at Port Rthan Allen togar rlMMl the p,t, s now at tlie camp. The Third Artillery from Tolivhanna. Pg,, will reach Ihe camp by rail next Tnc da)' and on the following day the Third Infantry from Madison Barrack and Fnrt Ontario will maroh Into the camp after n hike of gboul 100 mib s Ther will then Is- alinut 4,000 regular sol diers, representing ever) branch of the service, at the ramp, Thi y will be with the "rookey" legllnint on the pranle march. 'Pie route rf I h, ma' ah Sllll ill' metivros was decided gpon to-diy ind will tak In th north part of Clinton Hid part of Franklin counties, the aoldlere being at times within a few rods ot th- t'anadisn bordor. Among tlie visitors to-day W, Ogt Itamy of the Jgpgnese army, now on ilenersl stair duty He l en route ti Montreal for a confereme with repre sent. ttives of th- Kngllsh ilovtfrnment. While in this city Col Itatny is the guest of l.e-in. -t ' il J, P Imell of the Thirtieth Infantry, with whom lie be ciime acquainted when Col Onell waa on duty at th- W r I'nilege i 'o Itamy tiik.a keen interrst m the camp ami watched closely tin- work of the stud-nt soldiers, ll- will remain In tins city un'ii to-in, ii row evening. Mr.-is Japameae t'ggtor. I luring the RuSi-Japanese war t'ol it. mn wae attached to the Fourth Army Corp of the Japanese arms ami in one engagement his ownnnnd oatiturad, a large number of Russian, Whan the count of there prisoners w-as mad- it was found ttiat a, I SMI them was an Aineii can nSOpaper man wlm w:ir acting a.s a war out respondsni This man was Richard H. Littl- of Chicago, who now a member nf Company li at tin- camp of mllltsry Instruction. Lieut. Karl Tin -d ih. iU i rt-riiias'er of tin- caitiii. his been notified by an automublte comissny that ii was senij- Ing to the camp six nf its largest and most powgrful trucks ..ml ili.it they will re son her on Tuesdsy, These trunk, ure for use on th practice march end they win take the place of a part of the large wagon train win-h is required frith movement of trtatp The flocsi of enrollment for the new camp continue to aiur In, im,ng iiae r Ived loday imu thai r Jwmes gpeyer, the New Vork banker Prepare lions are ls ing made for ihe .-are of at least 1,000 men at ihe new rantp JUKI). Fit Ig MAN v i". pi, B I !.. Xugiwt 20, I'll.'-, after a lingering r;na. at the resident ' of hi, itaught! Mrs lieul Bermg laxrldoai t At laatlc ,vnui Eat ite kaway( L. 1. Member of Kew -ik Htork Bxohsgg and t'nlen l.rnsnt rub Obleggg sntl tienver papers please ropi BHjneral eervloe, will ba held Manday, 4:9 I' M. August SI, Hie t'ntted st.ites Cremgtery, Presh Pend, i l lift. I. On Augul -1 1 1 1 , William Hi nn beieveo n't-i 'tii oi .itn.irine j unii ,nd fthr t nllllgm Hnry, Jr Puneral sen lca r nla is Vet Port) sen-nth realdeasa . Hit nnns. N j , on Uendsy, Augual 38. -it I p m Meml nf thi Bunting Ldj, s.'.r. r and v m and gisih Company, Seventh Bailment Veteran, respect fully Invlti i to attend in - it it Mela th -n Ir. audit I August It, 1,1 ii li t. ! m 11 Ponral priv IWYNMl VI lir.. Mar) B) F tUgUM 91. n- l.i Inhn i ; w nn Punral st Ie sill b retdne on Tu. i nrrtt a of Sill I r ilu in i , hi lata August '.'I, on from Ursnd rn-,,-iiit gnwerg i i man Hospital, Iral gtatloni Kntdh MAiSt-H, suudntly. lit t; on Au,ni .''. Cbai M P. Fun is rvlce, en -s-i" ai :, p M, t th Arn-iri 'it" -toifr, rreel near Hi Kdwsy, Mmw.Ii. v gugutl :t. idtti cburoh Ttt eril v . run: ll (l i i, j, tpers p'lf.me copy. MARTIN -n,i Prl1a Augus! Vni k my . M" rd To use ih- 1st Hnri Hull gnd a III View I. -on f 'i 1 i'ntvn end Ma 1 1 in nf glbnj ITueeral services will be S V. I I In riiin m L'hureh chant on vi i n nioi nitiB, xUgUSl It, -ll I I1 MAVKII l'r Abraham Mayei nn . 2o ur dearly belnved brothel and int. ie. In In- stxl v list year Funeral Monde) mn a tan from in la' ink- tugusl Hi at r. ildein . I 'i Kaet pistltth ,trt. PHBSTON 1 '" Prldoy, au,u-i S'). M sry mee psrrlngtonli blovd if of 'h tnte Mh'hsel Preetan and ntetbet of th it v. John J Prioa. Itel.it Ives an, I fri-:.i- ,r, InVltSd te all. let Ihe fuller tl nn Mmi liv. AllgUM :z from bet gi, raldn , if Rinrssg ,trl, Bl Orang, la SI Aloy,la' Church. Bswsrki a'ber a selm h'gh gi,H altl b, ogarad ll 10 M . f"r i s) rp bar oui lntrmnl in the V npMrry nt Ih Holy gputegrt HiCNSKuHP Thurdy, .vii'it n. after a htc i ii it is,, Alfred lt-nkorf. t,r evd hUbnd af Kll Votg Iteae korf. In hl nft dhlrd fsr. IfUBSrgl servl.es will B, hld St Iks Teti.p'e BmanM KI Port) ! 1 slresg and Pll llll l) Ml alSJ Aagual 13 l 10 M o'l 'a k STKItN BKRtlKII " . SI. HIS, .it iii" Hotel M i rletta ftriihrger wlduv HlernherB"! In del elglli rnneea' a' "in - ". i, Am . Urn Mayr H' n 1 1" p I - I I It I Mt I.I Hi l-'i, I I i-.i: g- - 1 hti. let" 1st. lat.