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MAROONED ON SHIP r.ini" Ulld (intti-CAKAz.a on ! I iiht Thai Wll 1'nnblf i Docki M IM NKMIT IN TIIK HAY M llum -i dOOen operatic notables. I Bnrteo Caraaa muiio tistti-, i i i of um Mairapallian opera md nieofont CamfMMnl ol th i igo Opt m Company, were marooned ! eh! "ii liouril I lir steamship Iiante A . . r the Italian I. Inc. from c lenoa, i unable lo dock .it har pier in j Cltjfi arai sent back to anchor I, .. night off the Statute of Liberty. franca AMa (Mia iatti-.i- lall I, i IttO Wi ll, William J Uuard ami I , irho boarded the bout at yuur- . iinfl t nt.i imi the ihlp an rea had her pier arara uiim kipt vrlMl until II M o'clock. Hfforts g p ,rt mall) of Bli fl iemls to act , ; i ind tin- others off on a char ! lug wi - unnvaUlaos Alio on the1 . irere Mr. and Mrs. iiioraio Potgoco, I no Bavaartoll, a new ootid uctoe ; M,r c Barrlentoe, Krlta tToppii us, Mr 1 jattl-Caa ' private looratary, and hi ml nor singers, v person connactad with tii g: lit Metropolitan opera Koaaai HC i! Mi". Frit CopptOiaB. Antonio Oct Vndrsa da Sigurola. Olulto Bettl. u. 1 W illiam .1. Qaard ami PratMgg i 'i . . .it the pier to meet their whi n the ship approaaAad the i- found that there were not, i i tug to handle har, and aha waa; i anchor I t the night. The friend of I hose on board then went to It) Kiltcry. and after an unsuc coaaful effort to net them ashore In a ttt th party want hack to Jersey City VI I informed that the boat would not dock until I o clock thin morning. Afti f a: hotira f waiting the party Biepcraod, lacking several members who . ., : oarded the ship and found It mi- ' 001 t 10 :et off. In : Mr i:.;ruo was seen on the ahip Im light he Indignantly denied reporte U I d l-en hissed off the plage Ring In Milan for the bOtMfll of Um Red 'rose. 'Ah one who sui.l that is a liar," de- I cli lenor. I wis cordially re-, cod wtiervvar I appaatrorl. 1 am not pre . hui .it! .ill my sympathies are j Mth I iaa (Or which Italy is fight Of 1 h.' Allies, l cxje,'t to lie at I Metropolitan or all of the coming i rea.-'" 1 aang for a number of weeks in gotltn Vr-rl. i and speni nearly two weelv in Italy.' '"ivizzi mode mi st.ilemenl. ' . -nd Mr OaruOO kept closely to thi 1 iterooraa 'lin ing the voyage. Tlie , i . reetor n.is wakuotliad by his wife, 1 iho boarded the vcawl. lie will give! i ul .. otatamanl to-day concerning de lail. for th corning season DINNER DANCE AT THE PLAZA. First of l lie xriiini W ill Take j Place In the I. rill Room To-night. T: i .j this season of th. dinner d .p e at tha Plnaa will ie given to- r.-t .' ;. - ' K direct ion of Miss Mai -ir.i Kaarkeaworth and Itasll Purant nd i H ,1,,. place In the grill room T h mom eMsentJlf hum i.,..-m , l, , . , , a. i by Donn Barber and AHiert Herter. J orig thoao who have taken tables are Mrs. Oliver ilarriman. Mrr Maik H . Mra, Blbeii H. !ary. Miss Anna- i i i r ilynhant, Mr. 1, Cnndoe Weir. Mawell i Tilt. m. Mr and Mra IXmn Mr. .iii.l Mrs Oeorg gulntard .li ami Mrs. Albert Herter and Jls lotaii W. liates DR JUDSON S ESTATE SMALL Tnn llanahlera Oat sa.'i.r.s: left by leraynian. Thi of the Kev Dr. Kdw.ird Jue-.c h.i devoted his time and much fortll to the Memorial Baptlll C ('iirist In Washington gqu known a the Juils..n Memorial ti memory of hi father, A.ioni- rt-n I Uiieon, was appralaeii yesterday I 194. The clergy man' net e titf .s only 6,tl1 Hfter the deduc- MOI ,ts and debts of $17, 771. lergyman'i library of 1,7ft1) wi onalattng milniy of thatokygla rl ! oka, was appralaed at fSOo. He i se ur'ttea valued at Itl.lll, '" ludaon left his entire estate to fa, Mrs Antoinette B. Judson. dlad a month ami four days ti ami the eecite went to their Sarah niaaboth and Mar-gar-- ! . .son. WILLS AND APPRAISALS :Mt; HTORM, a member of the ' Decker, Allen A Storm who h II lnt, left an estate of ' . ne ther. Mra. rah M. IIIFlgCH. a retail shoe dealer i ir lary I 1 19. left t Ml eata "f 1134. 57 He had estate aad his shoe bull- a ink MMil .. K i fix Vi i a mmDer of . Ktmmerer, .o..i , ommlMlaa ait i Deeembar i last, left wife .iii.l daughtar. Ills at as ISr'.49? ' :AS HAI.I.BTT. wife of . ho died aepteraber t. it 1 1. n I..: daughter, Frances Ah "ne1 1114,11) In aer-url-t. :he bulk was in Standard KI1 aha OOgdVOtad Max . er and fe ilhers. ai 1 ind died Deceraber II. of aliicii )1,..! u the i i', .....i In tho buaineas 10 tils wlilow and two (itvLsa BLrra vim ,i,.,i lefi t:7:.9. gha K husbandi Henr A Blyth, tier i r. Plnrenee r Ra'ael s -,f he 'istat. poajolated ef - nf preferred BtO' k 'if Wyth Company, north irea of eorntnan, valued The eorporallon has us bead' aerie, Aagealiao H.-puhiir. Itb American enterprises In New lurk Tu-dar- iServlca Leaguo, ageollngi Vale ! Ileal Bdltar Association. II itel Mi Alpln. b Wholoaaler Aasocis- . Boll I Aslnr 10 A M. . . i ' em meetlagi Hotel ati in of u'uste Malarial til Division, meet ilk, lliilel Arm I'orpi Association, din Aetor, I I' M. "Tht Proldny" by I Columbia Untvaralty, Oemoerall Ouh. reception to ' i Ifth avenu, s : so p m I '' rlty Phlloaophloal " 'l is. I'll) ''olleae Club, I I. M. i. ii. on. League, ooavantlon, it ol '1 i in i. in loolca the Rev John lb Imae, churen .f gt ileMlah, rtl Mat HI of Ilie 1,'onalllu- ' c. II. ; o 1 1, rle. Public Heh.iol M Th Thai ' I a n l I'rai ' b e of to .hi jobnun( Nei Vora t'ni- I V. M ll s. let y of Am. rlia, inael Vsat TIO"y-i,lnth street, i I. M. of sixtieth anniversary of I ia. :'.- F. and A M . Hotel r M . HntomoUigli at s.o uiy, lectur! Si ala ind it c poWi 4mrl I Natural Hlatory, i H M. i ok st,,.. Nora, -a Assoc at ion, H i. i McAlpin, A "ei 1 1 ion iiiaii ufiu t urars' etliig IP M i Mtatl Musi. '1'auchaia Ahaucl- . ' Ml Alplli. I. M. j f : CHAMBER CONCERT BY THE MANXES Horn Trio of Urn Inns Cheerful Finish to an Interesting Kntertainment, NT M HE It IS SELDOM HEARD Mr and Mrs. fHivId Muuiee hav tranaferied thai I gCtlVlltM In a delight ful Held of oliamlie- music from the Belaao, Theatre to Aeolian Hall. -JViere last evening they nave the first sonata recital f their ninth a-aeon The pro grannie coinprlse.1 Beethoven's sonata In Q ninj.ir. opus ml, tn atelll s K minor soiih t a, ii i ,e Itrahms trio in I flat for the violin, piano and horn. In rlie last named compoaltlon the asals'ing performer was .loaef Kianl, tlrat horn lt of the Symphony Orchestra. This pinnranune was well arranged The iriave style of l.entelll provided an crTectlve Interlude betwe.n tha How Ing music of Beethoven and that of llrahms The !,, lrlu iH ,,y M .,, overworked In Ihll .oinmunitv and It Is snre to say that the vaot majority of music lovers have never heard It, It' waa given at a concert f RdWln Uramie. the violinist. ., Janaary iot, at whuh time 1! was a novelty to Ita heareis. Tat It lielmiKS to the yea, ism; and to that brilliant period lir.ihm ic tlvity beKun in I1u with the atrinir aex tet in II Mat So far us Lb records of Tiik Sfis a re. icner go. th,. composition hail not been played in public here since Mr llraOM - soaoarnt mi last avonlnf, ia a pity that OpportUnltlaa to hear such a de lightful composition are not more nu merous, but we are bound to NOOtlocI that the public for chamix music Is not too numerous, und that moat of its at tention la lieatnwed upon rompoaltlnno a little larger In form than the trio. To be aure, the Brahms horn trio I not a work which may be disponed of with abandon. To get the correct re suits requires a nice adjustment of the balance of tone among the three inatru menta. Hut the composition is rAOd captivating in the beauty of Its theniat -rnataiiaJo, In Iho clearness and poise of ita construction and in the spirltml union of Its three instruments. The master has shown a flue discr -tloa in his treatment of his meana of utterame No one is overloaded at tho expense of the others; all have some thing to say und a characteristic manner of saying it In the end we have a trio of which a highly developed artistic organism Is the most striking feature As a linal number In a chamber con cert It has one peculiar charm In the rollicking i haiactcr of Ita last move ment, which should aend the moat Jaded listener home in a cheerful humor. Mr. and Mrs. Mannes play togetlo-r with devotion and with technical ex cellence, but not always with unction. Their best art waa heard last evening in, the I.e., at, Hi sotiata. which was give i with more breadth and feeling than the Beethoven work This had Htush I i commend It The llruhma music was performed with excellent intent, but la so far as the first moement waa con cerned, somewhat drily. The finale previously referred to went with spirit. HJALHAR BOYESEN TO WED. lisifr anal Klltor Will Harrr lllu Maelon Mluvel. San KhaNimsco, Oct. 1 The engage ment was naaatmi ad to re to-day of Misa Marion Stnvel to Hj.ilni.ir Hjorth Boye- miu of Nrnv Yoik. Miss atavai is the daughtar of Mr and Mis Charles J. Stove) of this city and ia a talented musician and linguist. Mr Bojeaen is a sun of the late Hjalmar Hjorth Boyaaan, the Nor wegian poet and novelist and a former prof.-Haor at Columbia l'nlversll it was graduatad from Columbia in 1900 and took his I.I. B in lift Since then he has boon aaooclatad with tin- law rtrrn tif Sullivan v CromW0)l 19 Will street Mr Itoyesen also has been edi tor of the i osoiopoltoM and Twnt1rth ( enluiy umgualnes and asociat editor of the H'oniaa's llomr Companion Ha lives at 15? East Ninteenth street I HUGE DOOR BLOCKS TRAFFIC. I la Welahi Irraka llronitvesiy easement, KtalllnB Truck. Surface car trattlc on the Broadway line btween Murne and Murray atreeta wns Interrupted for a Insist an hour from .'. :!n o'clock last evening when the rear wheel of u truck carrying a steel disir Weighing twenty-five tone buried it self in the imvement up to the hub. It required the wrea king crew of the railway .s-mpany und men employed by u trucking cotnpaio to restore the truck to the level A large crowd watt lied the proceedings and an excit able person. aeeliiK a workman under the tru. k. summon-! un aRahuiaaTVO from I he Hiklson Street Hospital. The huge ateel door, which Is to be plated on a vault of the Liberty National Bank in the Bqultabl Building, ara manufactured by the York Safe Compuny.of York. Pa It requires two days to put It In place. It waa drawn from l'ler t, Kaat Biver, to the Ixjul t.ible Building by three motor trucka. equal to thirty horses ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS Some of I lie Latest Name. I'laced on the It.-alsters. AatOT Mr and Mfa. P S Whlimer. BulTale; .Mrs Iteaale l Taylor, Los An- '"lirealln o Tr O'CohQlHi Hartford. Al bert A. U French, Han Krali"ico. M. Alpln- Mi and Mr- w , Ouykea dale, Moravia, Md Mrs. M U Calvin, Knoavllla, Tenn i Mr and Mra W M. Wourta, !t Isiula, K ' 1'lckerel, Para, Clarldge- Charla l Nwtoa and Miss Mary Newton, lleneoeo, N V., Mr and Mra Mur.hli.iili. Toronto. II H Dennis, Chb ago; v B. rike. ClavelanO. Netnerland Mr. and Mrs H. U. Jacobs. Baltlnnire; Mr and Mra Qi Ft Wutaon. Vanderbfit-" " rank tA I'b raon. Wllmlno ton. lie!.: ' B. i;raaa. Milwaukee Bt. IteglaMr and Mr. T. H. Miir-e. Thomaavllle. Ha. . .! F Headeraon. Chloafa. Mullliattiili Mr ami Mrs Frank Whel den. Ieiro,l, Mr and Mm Frank tlaliiea. Buffalo . , Plaa Mr. and Mri Henry Dunn Oooloti Cleveland Knlcki rbneker- Mia 1'hyllla Nellaon Terrs. London I Mr and Mra J, It Ford. CbleagOi Mr. and .Mrs II I. Baker, De- irolt. gallows" show denounced. 0Pi lliinne Calls KaeenMoa nf lie llerry "a lllagrare." paiMOPiau, in. t't. ll fov. Iniiino in a telegram to Sheriff White of JaOKIOn county denounced n "a acandal und disgrace to the Stale'' the nwenrlng In of 1,000 peraona aa depullea to oee Joe de Berry, a negro, hanared at Murphy hora on Saturday for murder InK a while woman. Sheriff Whit had charge of tha bunging In hia messasre the OoVOIitOf tflrOOtad thai tha hanging if Hlaton Bcott, another nawtro. In Jackaon noxt Friday be con ducted with "dooOTUnli decency anil privacy." sain t rompaay al of Beef in New York I'll) for the week ending Saturday, del. 1 111 n. averaged as follow lumieallc lieef. II. .'.I cent- linporlcil Ileal, in ni i ' in- per p . in l .1.1' MARTHA WASHINGTON WILL NOW AT FAIRFAX iri: in in relehrates Restora tion of Doeumont J. P. Morgan Have l'p. PAlagAI I'ol'HT Hot'. a . llct 11 Hefore a iar-e crowd and with elaborate ceremonies the will of Martna Washing ton, which was taken from the court house here by a I'nion soldier during the civil wur. waa restored to Ha original place tool. The will was brought here by Allot ney iiener il Bollard of Virginia. Parmer from the surrounding country came to the court bouse In all aorta of . on cyunces to attend the exerciaea. Washinutos. ti 18 The State of Virginia. Cuough Ita Attoniey-tleneir-.i I. npissnrcil in the Supreme Court to-dav and submitted the copy of the last will nd leetament of Martha Washington aa viden e thMt the document lias been re atoreri to the poaeeaaiut, of the State authorities The Attorney-Uenernl thin mi'vwl for t'ue dlsmiaaal of the original I pr ling brought against J. P. Mor gan of New York to require him to de liver the tooumant to the State. The naMiibera of the court issued the order and the At tornay-QaOTaJ explained that Mr. Morgan had finally agreed to de liver the document to at stut wahout conditions. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Miaa Kvelyn Burden lft yet rday to j visit relatives In Troy, N. Y Miss .Mary Swords Thomas, daughter of Mrs. tleorge Lloyd Thomas, will be married to Horace H. Van Vleok thla ' evening In St. Luke'a Protestant Eplacn- pal Church. Montdalr Douglaa tilbbona, who will mat ry Misa Cecils Tesson Thayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henjam.ii H. Thayer, on Octo- ' her 2a. gave his farewell bachelor dinner last night at the 1'nlon Club. Miss Hhoda Tanner, daughter of Mrs. ! John J, Tanner, will be married Ui Felix I D. Douhleday this afternoon in the Church of the Ascension. Fifth avenue and Tenth street A reception will fol low at the Colony Club. The wedding of Mlaa Mary Corhln. a i ciiuain of Mr. William I'sbcr I'arann. to William Bartow Kddiaun will take place this af let noon in St Haruahaa'a Church, lrvlt1rtononaHadoni A recep tion will be held at the home of Mra Parsons In Ardsley Mr and Mrs Wilson H Kunn have re- , turned from a long nutomoblle tour in New Rngland to w Baal Blavtnth street. Dr. and Mrs, Floiian Krug huve re turned from their country place In Shawnee-on-Delawnre and are at 830 Park avenue for the winter. Playa and Playera. "Th 'ilrl Who Hinlles" at the Liingacrs Theatre will celebrate Ita I0(nh perform um s to olghti The oartOonlita' baseball team will meet a team from "Town Toplpa" next Sunday altsniooii at the Pol (Irounda. Moarl. Mi. .I.l-i n a cousin or Minnie Mail hi a Flake, will tie seen with Itlta Jollvet when "airs. Boltay'i Daughter" la pro duced at the Coinedv Theatre on Saturday evening. Josephine atVn has been engaged by Andrew Ma k for his new production, "The Irish Dragoon, Miss Stevens Is a daughter a the late Hen Htevena, a manager for Kline A Krlanger. The total attendance al the Hippodrome since Ita .,..-un, a three aeeka ago has passed the 200,0110 mark This is said to be a record In the history of New Tork lbtrloaji Ktht-I llari I more begins her New York season to-night In "Our Mra. McCheanay" al the Lyceum Theatre. "Alone at taat." an operetta hv Frank Lehar, will aiao ba aei It to-ulghl at Ihe Rhubart Theatre I sil. I.ldlg I mnlna Home. ptflal 'abl4 Pnimlch lo Tub Its IsiNiaiN, Oct. m. -Cicpt Chlllp Lydig. whu has Hde an extenalve tour of : liiissiu ..win sail for New York on tho i ButteiMiu on Thursday. 1 THE SUN, TUESDAY, g7JvSfa2BssL c Ivg .Vsataill In time of peace 0TH AVE. MAY BE DARKER. Proposal Made to Dim I'onrr of Klerlrie l.aeana. aahfl light for fifth avenue und a avbat f 11. TOO a vear thgfOby was recirnmendid by the budget auli-rom-mlttee last night at a aeaalon in the Mum. ipal Building The committee advised Bhat the elec Irlc lamps all the way up the IvenU from Twenty-third streei be reduced from ino to sou watts Commiaglonar vTlUlatM of the Department of water. (Iaa and BtoCtTidty said to the com mittee : "Tina is an OUtraoTa. If POU adop; Una rncotrHnendatlon 1 will take the matter to the main budget conmilcee and tight to the laat t ranch From Fifty-ninth mreet northward there are lights on only one aide of the avenue. You arc propos ing to reduce light where tnete Is not enough It la not as if Fifth uvenua were ablate You are making a big mistake In trying to exonomlie In this way. I am sure fhat tiie Fifth avenue residents ami the tuxpnyera will not etand fur It." The i-ommittee was inmiove.l It not only recommended dimming Fifth ave nue, but cut Mr Williams m request for a total budget allownnoe for 191 r. from M.tlt.BII to M.I44.ITI. This year's al lowance waa $4,06,145, Incidentally forty-seven lnet,ectors were reasimmendeil for alecreaaed ranging from lit to 111)0 a year and totalling IT.3kO Commle alotier Williams gave nothe of aiMial to the main budget committee, whiot) will meet again at 4 o'clock thla after noon. GETS $11,197 A MINUTE. K. T. Ntoteabarr (athera a (.olden Harvest for a lloapltnl. rmi IIBM BI. Oct. IS -K T. Stotes bury, the banker, got iil,"0 In aub acrtptlona within ten mlnutos to-night at a dintier given to aid the Children' Hos pital There were 2ti guems When Mr. Stotesbury announced the total subscribed he brought hia gavel down and declared that be would add 150.000 aa hia own contribution Thia brought the ten nilnutea grand .total up to 1111.170, or gl NT per second, or 111,117 per minute. Mra. Mary Oril 1' real on Mri Mary l'.liaabeth Ord I'reston, (1J, widow of Albert W. l'reeton. C S A , died hi her home In Knglewood, . J on Sunday evening. She was born In Monterey, Cat, and HI the daughter of I'aclflcua Urd. a signer of the Slate '''institution and at one time a Judge of the State Supreme Court. Shu is survived by a son, ord I'reston of Waah Ingon. D, C . and a daughter. Mra Theo dore Peter. Charles Ilu llola Law, Charlea I)u Bula Low. a grpal-giand-aon of Cat Daniel BlmOf Of the Con tlnental army, dlud on Sunday at hi home, 430 Clermont avenue, Brooklyn. He served 111 the civil war with the Duryea Zouaves About twenty years ago he waa appointed librarian of the sailors library at the navy yard and clerk to the commanding oftlcer of the receiving ship Vermont, tie retired about live year ago. He leaves hia wife, two suns and it daughter Dutton8 Get ready for Christmas by ordering; at once u PenonaJ Oreetlng Card. Attractive new deoigna for selection. Thr Cnmpltt Book Slnrr, Ml Fifth Avenue. OCTOBER 19, 1915. MEDICAL EDITORS ANSWER U. S. ATTACK Convention rommlttpe hi Do fend Dr. Malabarj on acenitj CharaTf. The forty-algth annual mooti n a of tha Amen, an Med: al BdltOTg Aaais lation began in tee blue rioui of the Hotel Mc Alpln yeoterday. "no hundred and twantyflva mmbar, rapraaanttng S00 modlcal publication, Includlna all of prominence In the Culled Plate, were preaent A committee of three atra gppolntoda named the Mnbrbary oommitlee t. mako reply to the Qovarnmant'a suit against Dr, tleorge R, Mnlabary, editor f ti'e ROafaMPa I'nliforila PfaefffloaeT, for the publication of an article written liv Dr. ii 0 Hyatt of Klnaton, n c claiming tnlsuae of the malls on an obaoonlty haige A commiitee of five in r, was ao ap polntad yaatordny t. serve aa a U'gis latlV COmmitt to net In the interest of all laws promulgated affecting th. medical profoaalon The Harriaon anti narcotic law will be dlsi useil at lengih to-day Dr. W. ilium tleorge ltu.se. II ol I'hlla- dalphla iti iptakifli on ''Hydrothorapy, 'the Cuti',' In America.' which he illus tralel by motion pictures and lantern alidea, declared that American spas ar faat aurpaaslng those In Buropa on ac- . nunt of tho aclantlflc treatment of our apaolaliata and ihe inataluttlon nf nradern appllaiic. OBITUARY. Itodeelck K nho Sallierland. Kansas Citt. Mo. Oct. m. Itodernk B Dim Sutherland, former licprcaentat.V from the Fifth district of Nebraska, dud t i-dny at St Margaret a Hoapital, K.m aaa City, Kan. Mr Hutherland was a momboi of Con gress from 1SS7 to ISO). )ie w:ik the candidate of the People' Independent party In 1 s00 for the I 'residential nom ination. although a DomoorM In polliics He toured the ICaat in inns, making speechea for Bryan, daora wiiiium I'noie I.hndon. Oct, l,-ticorge William Poo la, th' fee thinker, who look pail In the famotia blaaphaoty trial In Which Attacks on prlnolplaa of r llglon were ruled to oe legal, provided the language used was not improper. Is dead T"he fumous decision was handed down by I-ord Chief Justice Coleridge iciop Bi Bender, UaiaMBUnOi in. ct. in Victor U. Bonder of Bprlngfleldi until recently publisher of the SprlT.gflel.l Yens, died at the llaleahuig Hospital ni Bright s disease early In-day. ills ami. Itoberi J Bender, ia on the Wglhlnfton staff of thu United ITess. AJItfWBXI AllSubjecU AUPubatheyt Hwdquturteio for Frtnch, Gtxman, SpAoith and IUlkn Books, in Sintle Vol- atvlStvtt, stb A. tb It. Met Tork. QDPMTAMA't ROBERT B. WARD IS DEAD AT 64 YEARS Rreail Maniifnetiirer anil BAse Intll Hneker Succumbs Af ter Rriof Illness. EST ATI! X E A R W.-i.otid.two s'r.w Rocttai.t.a, N V , Oct, 1 Hubert B Waril, president of the Ward mad Company, barker of the Federal . Baa ball f.engue and owner of the team . which represents Brooklyn in that or- ganlaatlon, died early this evening at bl ' rosideiic. , lloinewood, In SJuaker Hldge load. Hm wus atrickeii with neuritis a week ago tu-niortuw and grew steadily : weaker until yesterday, when Un.se . memberi of hi family who could be fta I were aumitioned to Ida bedalde The inimediuta OatAO of dath was heart failure It la believed he loll an estate or mar than M,tff,a. Mi w.ii.i was nearly oi yar old and had In en a baker from the time liu tln I lhed Ins educutloii in the New York public si hOOla and at a buaineas college. ; His father and grandfather were bakers before him and he followed the business: naturally He ham ma kiuuwn tiuougu- out I lie) I'nlted Slates aa the man w ho planned ihe system by which bread waa delivered from baker to consumer wit li out being directly .;. nulled, as it always Lad bee:, handled, and Continued to ba despite t'le widespread agitation for hygienic methods in almaoi vtry otbar ii l buain a.J lie was born oi New Yolk clt) on November II, 1111, HI father, Hufh Ward, had come from Ireland the year previous and opened u small bakery In Broome street. At the same time Jam Ward, grandfather of Hubert 11. Watd. was running a bnkerv In Klghth atreet near Avenue D When he was I years Old Hubert began lo help his father In tin' shop, there being n great scarcity of labor at that tune because of the I Ivil war. A few year later Hugh Ward went to Bltlhurg, and there, when be waa il yeara old, hi ion began busi ness fur himself. Baalaaaa la Bapanded. W hen he had established himself ther lie and hia brother, ijeurge S Ward. formed the Brai of b B ward a Co., which later became the Wanl-M ickey Company, Tien the two young men found Ihe) tnual have mure capita, to develop then rapidly growing business Mi Ward' Idea "f producing and de livering unhand led and absolutely clean rea, I loos hold or h popular mind ami soon Tip Top Bread, Judiciously adver tised, was know ii everywhere QrenI bakeries were established in Cleveland. Booton, Providence and chicugo. and when Mr, Ward decided lo serve bread 10 Greater .New York ari, ui' Rv year ago his ovena were turning out H6.001).- 0011 loaves a year To setve ihe peaiph of ilreater New York Mr Wattl ami hia brother, who continued to be uasociute.1 with him. set up a arge plant In The Bronx and another in Brooklyn. Mr. Ward was much Interested In welfare woik for his employee and his Uikenes ware models In reaper I of the car taken to make each employee feel that he bad a ior aonal Interest In the establishment. Thar are fourteen of the War.! bakcrn-e. one each m Baltimore, Boston, Newaik, N. J.. ami Brovideme, It. I. ; two in New York, four In Oiloiigo and two each In Cleveland ami PlttOburg Mr W ant Is survlveal by his wife and lien nine children Mrs Ward was M.ae Mary C. Breinina of PltteBttrej and th-y Were h ui -ted in 171 Their children are Charles A wdm ui an automobile nwnufacturM Howard it ami William H.. ' ho ale with tiie inead company in Buffalo and Koolieetoi reepeotl vety, and Itoberi M Waril The daugtitera are M a BMalla Ward. Mrs William c Kvam of New Itochelle, Mm. M.nthi lilndnmii of WIlklnoDurg, H., who waa BUUTled "iil' two weeks ago. and l lie Misaa-s Cathrin and iajui.se Ills BHtpp Into llaaeliall. I: ii.o in December, llll, that Mr Wnrd hist became uitrestel In the Federal Baaeball League James A fill moic. prealdont of the independeuu. nad gone p. Toromo to promote a club in thai .it) Tiiere he met Mr. Ward ami Interested him in the Pedoral laus... Mr Ward Immotllatoly placed his reaouroeo at the command of his new colleague He leHaed W ashington I'ark. the old home of th' Brooklyn National League nun. lore now n ine stands ana lencee and in record time provided a modern steel gnd concrete OdlflCO foi the Tin T'fjis He J. uned the Fedt nil League w in the distinct undeisianding thai his club el mini not play Sunday lias. bull Though tin- religious m t uple seriously Interfered with the financial interests of the league is a nrbole, and Ills own club in lairtle tilar. in teadaatl) refuaod to sacrifice Ilia principle. Mr Ward )Olnd the Federal laCagU at a time when ins nnanolal power an of the greatest asa. stance Without hia aid it ia doubtful if the independents could hav ur Ived the winter. Through him, eventually! nther Ananclal interests wero attracted, notably Harri Blnclalr of the Newark club. As ice-p esldent ..f the Federal l.. ngue Mi Ward Insisted that the greit and imall or the organlaation sh iuld stand or fall together it is Mid that certain of hie aIOClfttfl were ready to nuke peace by buying into organized busi ball cluhs, but tl.it Mr, Ward Insisted up.'n tuii protection for the operator of the truggllng club, who would m that case have been efl out in the cold WILLIAM C. HUDSON eii Mnown Hewopaper vtan in tlrooklyii for Vlany ears. William C. Hudson, 72. who served on the staff of the Brooklyn fmy 0001 for nearly half I century, died on Sat urday lilklil after a long illness at hia home ai Pearl River, n. y lie waa the ion of the ReVi William C, Hudson. OPENING GRILL Th e PLAZA THIS EVENING under the direction of Mr. Basil Durant and Miss Margaret Hawhesworth Muiic by Joieph Smith and Orchestra, alio the Argentine Tango Orchestra. Th Grill Rooei ha bean enlar(ed and redecorated under Ih hupeiviaioa af Mr. Donn Barber and Mi. Albert Herter a Methodist minlater, and was born In New Brunswick, N. J. After leaving Mtddletown Cnlverslty he begun the study of law, but soon went Into newspaper work, and In 107 he Joined the Knvlt staff and later became Its correspondent st Albany. In ISM he was appointed secretary of Ihe State Hoard of Itullroad I'oinmls aloners and he had the place until Ih-m. when he resigned and devoted himself to writing plays nnd novels Three of his playe, "Healed llps." "Heroic Bemedles." and "A Man Among Men" were pro duced. He resumed his active connec tion with the Englr In 1901 and re mained with it until the doe of his life. Mr. Hudson be. nine widely Known In llMUllrlunllAB a,.- hl I .... 1 af s f--,rvn, i.i i v , 1 1 inn ion,.-. will 11 covered Interesting reminiscences of Ihe old city. On his seventieth birthday. November 14, 191.1, a reception was given In hi honor by Ih h'anl staff. He Is survived by his wife, who was Miss Mary F I log in of Munlialta n. whom he married In llll, ARTHUR OREAVES DEAD. . I lls' liaitor nf the ee I nrk ; "Ttaaaa" in Btaaa aVaao, Arthur Hreavea, for fourteen years, city editor of the New York Times, died eliortly after midnight m-dny In hia home at 'jn West 107th street Since June last Mr iSreavea had been, ill In thai month lie gave up his work! tielleVlng himself lo be suffering from diabetes hut it few days ago doctors in formed him he had tuberculosis. List night about 11 o'clock Mr. Creuves re-j turned to M home alter making a call with his w.fe Just before retiring Mr Ureaves suffered a hemorrhage of the Innaa and lupsrd mt,, a gtUPOr. His wife um monad isuui D. White, an oiu friend I and newspaper man, who lived next door, Dr Andrew Montgomery of ill West 0Tlh streei was ci.lled. but could de nothing. Mr, : reaves died without ret ''. cilng consciousness. Arthui tlreavoa was born in Wuio in lfi and waa educated In the public schools In this city, Ills first newspaper work wnson the Boston filoln Later he ame lo New York and worked on the 7"lmc as a reporter until llll, when he, became connected with the Woriii. it was Whale he waa on thla newspaper that he became known aa the fastest shorthand reporter in the cfl After about ten years on the World Mr, flreuves re-1 turned to the Ttme am) became cjlvi edl'o . wmi)UJErDlTNCAN Head Ticket Igral for Neva Ha en William B, Duncan. hed ticket agent of thi New York. New Haven and Hal -ford Hallw ay Company al the ' Irani! Central terminal, deid at his home. In I West 117th street, yesterday Mr Duncan entered the employ of th. New Haven about thirty years ago us brakeman. and after a short lUTi be i ame a conductor in the parlor car ser vice. Later be was appointed ticket ngent at the terminal In this illy He WO a thli-ty-lblrd degree mason and; belonged to Zetland Chapter, Morton Commandei y ajid Mecca Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Khrlne His funeral will be held to-morrow evening at o'ClCa It in the ilrand Lodge room. Masonic Ten. pie SIR THOMAS B. B0WRING. Hire. lor of shipping Firm, Mar ried Hrookln Woman. 1 An announcement of the deatn of BIT I Thomaa Benjamin llownng, senior dl reitor la Ixmdon of C. T. Bowilim a, Co.. ehlp owners, was cabled to Tint BUM from London laat night. Sir Thoftta was the eldest eon of Kd- wai-d BoopHimi of Moroton Hatnpeteadi PeVOII, and was born nt H John e. New . found land, on Beptereber 14, 147. He was educated al I'nivcreili' Oollege School and In ls7u came lo New York in 1 ii ooiil c t Bowrlni Co as tesi dent partner. I' i7 be married Misa At . e Kim man. the daughter of .Ionics How of Brooklyn He returned to Rngland in 191 and alree then he and Lady Bow r.ng had resided in London They had nn children Ira 11. iiauadilii rniCatOO Ofit 18 C'upt Tr.i 11 M.ni-- flltl, lm(i tir of hull-, T'tnt.il .St. it". BtMinbuat Iniptctlon Brvic, dtsd :it i hit homt" htrt t"-tl. Ce.pt. M.i'.sflr'. viir irtrtoktti with pttrtlytlii Hani to hava rriul t -t1 from worry over the tComittand 1 1 Mittr. A1thouTi Pupl Metntfltld Wfti not pei ponallv ur.Mcr (In hp a rppult "t ts CAtaMitrophOi I- worrlod over tiin nuuttT, worklnK purh long hour th.t nil heAlttl faVVO Wjr , 1 . wan fi 0 y : t r old and wan l'ort i?i ClVland, I buries .1. Ilealluee. 'harlea .). ueghuee. ft . who was gradua ated from Coturablg i'o, lege In ISI4 and had been a professor nf Lathi In Trinity PcbPOl, Manhattan, for nineteen years, died on Sunday al hi- Imme, .'17'. Stale street. Brooklyn. Hi was the gon of the late Joeph Heghuee who ratabllahed the Deghue Qeneral Academy, 01 the til st pi. late schapla In the old city Df Brooklyn He leaves his wife and a sou. Mrs. l.llaabelb W, Van Noalrnnil Mrs Rllganstn . van Nostra ml, 75. w niow -f ch.iries a Van Moatrand. who was for many years a prominent lawyer .1. Queena oounty, died on Sunday nighi at her home In Pluohlng. Sin la sur vived by four sons and a dgUglltOI Henry V. Hrrll. Henry P Bortl, it. died yeaterday at hlahome, ISTKaal Plftyoecond gtreet. He came to New York from Italy in lv; und soon became active iii ahlpplng , IreliH t.e ' c one nf Ihe I . . I , bers nf the Maritime BgChang II. is survived by his wife and daughter, Mrs Buffene l- Parodl, llanlel 11... I In coui scrino. Oct is. Daniel Havi-I land. 4. of Mllltown, I'utnam oounty, wh.i worked nt his trade as c bbler for seventy yeara without a vacation, la I dead al his home ll. learned the trade' at the age of 14. OF THE ROOM 9 MRS. MORSE MAKES FIRST HUSBAND HEIR Lphvps Harry s. nek it 10, 000 Hulk of Fortuiip Husband. M1NB0LA1 1. I . Oct. II. Mra. Ailoo Fuller Mora, wife of Tyler Morse, left 1(10,000 to her nrst htwbandi Harry a. Black. Her will was ftled for probate In Ih Surrogate's office here this morn ing Mrs Morse left the bulk of her esta e lo her husband. The will simulated that he should never marry again, then practically revoked ihe condition. In a way it allow him to sell the proper 1 and do as be likes Willi It. even if he de cides to take another wife Mrs Morse died at Morse l-ndge. WeO' burv. on October 10 from pneumonia. There were only threo bequests to rel atives in the will After remembering her husband 11 nd her nephew she give her grandmother, Almlna .1 Fuller of Itnldw Inavllle Mas.'., I.I.UOO. The will speaks of an agreement -I WOOF ftarri S Black, her former hue bnd, and herself on December 0, 1904. concerning propertle hold by the Nw York TruHt Company as trustee for oer- taiu purpooes mentioned at that tim but not opeclflotl in Mrs. Morses Will. These properties aro held for nor nephews. Fuller Chenery He will receive 1 hem w hi n he Is years old. The will also atittee that nn agio inent mnde between the d.ceaaed and her former husband, Harry S Black, dated Deoember 11, llini. provided that Ii. um. f.ie died before him she waa 10 give him 1111,000, Thla Mrs Mora, does, captaining that the amount Is In lieu of all claims a gal ml her estate by Black Tb.' will then says. "The reajt of the trust fund of which (he New York Tru. Company 1- trustee and ail money there may be on deposit In my name at the time of my death . give to my husband. Tyler Morae, alao aU Jewelry, diamond and personal property which lie has given to me In bis lifetime." She left the estate at Westlniry known aa Morn Lodge und all personal property to Mr Morse on condition that should he re marry he would forfeit all right thereto and the estate would go to Harry it lilark. her former husband, us trustee for her nefJhew, Fuller Chenery Si.,- give nei hughai il in tiie next paragraph full power and authority to sell o, .ilnei wise dispose of the properly after her ileiifi and before ids remarriage. n,l holds him accountant i.i no one for ids a Hone Should he stli bfeore hia r marriage, the proceed or the auie are to go m aim unconditionally, A 1, dinner .if lawyers in N as.iau ".int. anid : ,,Jt n ,,,, yiaujgg there were poeelbllltleg of future tanglee. us title to tho property would not be clear in CMC Mr Mors.' sold and then r marrled, .u. 11 would violutt the prevloua prot lalon .r the will. I'urt nf Mm, Morse's jewelry and an undivided hair of the reetduary estate Is to o to Harry S Block as Iruatee for her nephew, Puller Chenery . The othei hair ia left n, Tyler Morae. who Is made executor. In oaae Harry Black does not qualify a truniee Mr. Morse Is to act Th win was dated January 17, inn Harry S. Black' udiliiss Is given aa 677 Madloon avenue. Mia. Mi. ree was Well known at dog shows as a fate .or or Did Btlgltah aheep d. g. Her eritriea wer.- alwaye winners In one or more clMoefl Scleral times lit tin Mine da ahow she won the prle for the beat dog of Hi.- show. Her father was li e late ncrgc A. Fuller Mr and Mis Moreo had a town house at H7R Park avenue. Manhattan, Mrs. Moras is said ;,, have I n worth between 14,000,000 and 15,000,000, -M rVBRIED. UAHBtCH BRRW RTKR On AtuMtf, I h ' - It, llll, Ht -hriKt Cburtft, I.. Mbt h, -N ) . hv the Rt, Vmul r Hoffin " Kopli t 'kibot, dautbur f Mr and Mr. Kndrton Kmlih Rrtw. :4!, t.i Hrnrv Obrly Rrba-r I J1KD. BOWHl.Nd in, Monday Oetehtr II at Ida n a. deuce. T paia e Uaie t.ondon. air Thomaa 11 Bowrlng, .,t. BHODT- "n Baturdey, October II, at har real. i. nca. iiunii Uerlng, Virginia, R. Aaaaala Hrodl. widow of llinrlcs b. Hro.lt Puneral rvlca Pdneeday, October , 10:11 A. M. a' the Flr'laa ,tu Saint Kaprn. I-, an.i iT Bnat Twenty-aovonth atreet l'ue emit Bower. Inter mttt private. BBUOUIBRB -Joeopoln Krancea Sathtr. dsuehiar ef the ,.tte Podr aaUivr, WITS of the lata Bmll a. Brugulera lM at aes mi the Arablu August 11. liUj Funeral in Qraci Church Tcaedey, Oe lobar lie ii a u Interment in n Kran. 1- , Sin Pranclsi 0 papers p aa copy. Kin ly omit flosarj. PALLON -nn eUnday morning, Oetebe i" :;it ., William ll Fallon, in htadity- lhlr.1 Buneral rvico i Pie rm oat, n v . Inat . at 11 A M .t gparbui dopot ins jreer city st John a t'hurco. Wednsday, the :ota Carrtaga in arrli l of 1 1 atn lea ll 1:11 M . via Northern Ballread of New J err. II Of Hi: - i ni Sunday. tol.er 17. at nr reoldence, en tlraad avenue. Brook lyn, BUM Taylor, wldew ef cfearlea W Ho, a. Puairal private HYIIK At Plalanld N 1. en Hnndar October 17. llll, Vorae Kinerv. be- Intel wife of Louis K. Ilvde geril.es at her late residence, 'ilak- meat." North rHatnfleld eaWodneodai (ictober ia, ui ii o'ctook lntrmal private, at 00nVnlnS of fanu'y PRBtTi 'N Vuddenly. lier aa i i ce October ' in he Bl t Ji fnurt h f ' It : wife nf tho lata Mai t I. iaie"h uro. Col Alhert W. Prcs ion. u s A. KuniTn. 1 pi tv sun MAX , Mit.. Octal- i .. hU If lidAtlCf , lli Wt bi Ifttth atreet. An .1 hhini..n Hoiptmi ptipa a riulstn wU b B$t brstsd 4; si. Pstrlalt'i 'tftt4rall fit .ifth trsi md Fifth avenuti vint dsy, Octobtt KOi m n a m Mamfetri nf the Reyaatt nf th Unlvaralty nf th Hteitt "f 'tv Ynrk, btMl l uf n.an.tKr tif Mohantlc Btata H'.niiti, manafari of MavUla Kotnt fnr chlMran sn i inm- bari t aasoolattons, si uh Hint olahi i whuh hi' balonyad ar in Itoil (a mi laad latafinani privnt un sHindar. Ootabar !7. .11 hii raaldaara. 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