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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1916.
DR. HUGHES LEADS IN VOTE FOR BISHOP jrctlwxli.sfs lo Choose Seven, hu Holiest Mini h 7rt Short of Kleetlon. FOIK ItALIiOTS SIMtKAU Paratixia. Mny 1 T Tlif Methndlat ncneritl Confcience "pent the (treater pari of lo.iUy lullolln without avail for Id. Imps of the church. icti nre tn Ite iho-rti, liiit when the result nf the fourth ballot wit. itiuiiiunccd.it 1 0 o'clock to-nlRlit noun of the lift v or more ran lllllHleM hull IcrelVcd Hie llCCCWUrV tWO- . third- Another I..1II..1 una immediately , cnvld ml ,,1B Umt fnr c,lon hiI, niitered, Sent y SOU volet were .nat KtrAril Tho ,.,v Jr, ,,, , tvltn On Hie fourth li.illot there wim until- .nn, Mrjcrator of Ntv York 1'res.bt Icry, nit to Indicate that the dead uck would no) conlltlwone, ,,,1, yt.ar, be rnded forn.ial .Liy,. On the ron-l,,, B , ,rvc,. ,!e , Si '. '! " . ".. -r. ''"'J. ' '"i' i 'otiferei.ee with the other com- t'.itid . ! lott HtreuKlli. I he l ev. .Mat monp. Complaint li heard by the I- .'1"!,I"'H- who topped the 11.1, lost Ncw yorkerll ',, osftlureit adopted twelve front the previous li.'illnl and the ? r?.. '.rVl.V.V,""0!'"1!'.?, '""."'"-.VH've not been reported to New York. mL M r " ?,Tm V! ,u i?ll,'n" N.w York eommlMlonera are f 1 "c . .6SV""1 ",r; '.V" ? TlPPle. whow ,,. ,,.,r( , , h(1 n chMKt: Kt .uuTirrso.orntx .hor, of the necessary nutnher Am Krti.tl U III t-n.tlll ..r 111., lift! .-.!. lot wm li'.iil thN umiiilnn It nan ap parent that .i d.idiH-k w.. in f.Kht '.' The names of Ml .-l.iK.vni. n appealed, ranlnK fron, more than t0(. volei down to one apiece. Siilllclent htr.'tislh was shown ntnotiR the l.-.i.l I njc c.itullilntes to Indicate, that the strmiKle would lie pro longed, Because the process of counting re- quires, at least two bonis. fte.uem ad. . h" nbsolutely faithful to the Injunc Journments wne noccearv On the firm Hons of the tleneral Ae-emhly of the ballot the leading ten were not nunche I lM few years and to tlie Westminster closely. The sciond showed no material change, but on the third, which was an pounced Just befoie dinner to-night, the first h.ilf iloien gained considerable strength, ami there was some Indication that the deadlock might he broken. On tho third ballot "4n votes were nee. eaaary for a choice. The first ten were the Itcv. Matt S. Hughe. Pasadena, Cel.. 460 : the Itev. Adna W Leonard, Keattle, Wash.. 4.19 ; the Itev. Franklin Hamilton, chancellor of the American University, Washington, D. C. ISO ; the Iter. Charles II, Mitchell, Chicago. 448 ; the Rev. Herbert Welch, president Ohio Wesley nn University, Delaware, Ohio, 445; the Itev Thomas NIchoNon, sec retary of Church Hoard of education. New York, 44 4 , Dr. Kr.ra S. Tipple, pics Ident Drew Theological Seminal y, Madl Mn. N. .1, ,1!i2 the Itev. U llliam I--Oldham, coi responding secretary Hoard of Foreign Mli-slons. New York, 3! : tho Hev. Charles K. I.ocke. lis Angeles. Cal.. 2I; the Itev. Krncflt (5 nichanlson, Brooklyn, Sin, Dr. Heihert It. Workman, fraternal i lelegate from the Mulish Western .'hurch. bado farewell to the conference 1 delegate Church before salhng for his hotne "I cannot tell when peace "hull .-ome to the warring nations nf lluiojie," he said, but I know- that It will not be as sured until guarantees are given for the ' supprfesion of mllltar'sm. When peace Is ,,, Hn,j k1vpi, , for his guidance effected 1 fut that Oermnny and l.'ng-n, BgVBtlon. land may be dr.in together In true ., is iharged that candidates at tho culture for the senlce of Hod." Aptll exainlnatloti denied the Inenrnn. itlon of Jesus, This Is a mistake. They OHIO BISHOP CUTS HIS SALARY. lhMrd their belief in the pr -existence Mof Christ as a perpon ; In Ills deity as ,... ... . con of (lod. and they .ircepte-l as fun- Tlir Itlul.l II.-. IIomI yt,u r dainenlBl t the Chr'.stmn gosi.el those fa.iMio U niil- fur Ills Needs, truths which the doctrine of the virgin (.,,,,.,.,.. m, ,,., ... , (-birth Is Intended to express ami con- ?,:id:s.l::tln,e'n,! -J, 2!J """L nf the KliNontM. fllo'f.o nf wiuth-m t Ohio. 1'i'c-f ini'iii i dcil that he he cut from ! mi finif'r m r4iuinrn i o,0(.o. h.s p.rvenr f,i!ar He said the , J2.000 thus ilcdtictid could be Used to great advairagv m widening the work of the d-i(er in nllirr tl'lds tllshop Vincent alo rcoiitnnded that the s.i!n of Mihop Ciadjutot Heee bp inalnta.ned at ti.nmi Itoth these rei (I'linii'lidatlniis were curled out but only af..-r sonip remonstrant opposi tion from ,i number of delegates, who felt the d.gnity of the lihop's ( fflce would he impaired $2 A HEAD TO HEAR WILSON. President .iniiril h I'lnn In I oliiliier.'lillljtr lllm. Wafii'mitun May IT. If pieeeut ai migetnents nic cartloil . 1 1 nil pees,in admitted to the mind from wlu.-h presi dent "M on will deliver an add less a' Charlotte, N c on Saiurda will have to pay from Jl to i a ln-ul Charlotte has amtug'il to fleln-a.e the Mecklenburg declaration of hide latndence on Sunday, nod the l'e.dcnt will he the headline .ittrnctlm Uliito House otllciaK. wire aininicl tn-d.iy when they learned that .Mr. VII'in wouU nddresa a croud that would lie teiiulird to pay to hear him. The stand elected for the oic.ihI.iii will seat 4,nn0, Choice seats will be s0M for $2; those lees choice for $1. People In the stand will he close to the President and will he able to bear him. Others will have to take their dunces The President is said to he ihagrlned over the nrrimgemeut and it is hoped that C'harlo'te will abandon tlie plan to commercialize the appearance of Mr WIIon. PIERRE DU PONT A DEFENDANT. Parti. With Other Otlleers, fur III. Terllnu (irenl Coinpiiiit i'niiils, Wn.MINiiTON, Del. May IT -Two Philadelphia nunufnctutern, Itobett K and Klchiiid P M.-Nceley. tlleil a suit In the United States DIMrlrt Court to day agaln-t Pifrri" S. du Pont, president of the i;. , du Pont de Nernout" Ponder Compan), and othei Ulcers alleging they had defrauded the (.otniiariy out of "sev eral hundred thousand dollars" T Cn'c man du ivuit as pies.dcut of the Intrr national Powder "ntnpa n . , dissolved corporation, film le named as a de. lenant. As st ckliolders Hie coinpl iln.inls al lege tli.it Piesldent du Pont, .lohii .1 Jtaslcoh, trciiMiier IMnuitid (! Iluckner. a director, and John P i.iffn, counsel, by Illegal stock manipulation dlterted to their own us... large sums of money. The suit bears no relation to tlie I5fi, 000,000 action now pcml t g against the powder nfllclals In the local I'ederal court, but Iheio Is a Mtnllarltv In that tlie de. fendaiitti are ac -uei of violating their positions of trust Villi. Driver. llrgnuUr. It was announced yesterday that the International llrotherhood of Teamstera had sm-ree.ii.,1 in org.uilnliig the milk wagon drivers nf the city, and the new- union, now inmiheiing k.iiini. is making demandH Mils week for higher wages, a , "holier work day and icogiililon of i the union The action of Hie tr.i. istrs depenilM on the reply of the companies, i Two tliniisnml in Willie and loinmls slon dilvers havo also submitted il. mands. GASOLINE htfl rednrisl one-third hy u.ln our net. KINGSTON MOTOR TRUCK CARBURETOR Han tin l tinn Mijiiitinrii1 U hnllt rt4sMiiv ir mnnir iruh WILLIAM E. KEMP ITS.1 HroailHat, New I nrk, N. 1 , I'noiio cirri, r.'m. AWAKEN TO DEFENCE NEED FOR NEW YORK PRESBYTERY Leaders Will Deny That Control Is Exercised by Union Seminary Working for Appointment of Com- mittee to Come Here and Investigate. Atlantic Citt. N. .1., May 17. The New Vcuk rannnlMlontrn to tlie 1'rea h) terlan lleneral A.embly, which will , eonvriie here to-morrow, rrfuacd to be-, lleve until the second moetlnR of the i Cincinnati Presbytery and the nctual ar rival In Atlantic t'lty of the advance 1 Kuartl of cominla. loner, from the middle West tlt.it their wim much net-il for i Preparation of a deft-mo to prevent tlx. i New York I'renhytery from being thtown i out of trie iTtubyterlnn f hurrh. -,., v....- Vnr, mmml..ni,r.' .r. no. ZlltTX X'"" i " I.'! u', nw v.. ' " vi . " ...... lll liaje Us defence on three points. ITIieje are that the Oeneral Awembly by '"', " V ,,,",, "' Rc '" "' 1",'1 flfn!lo"J "f c,!.n(1 ! dates for the ministry ; that New York Is not controlled by Union Pemlrmry, against which many huM the real op position to He. and that, supreme above nil oilier coiwlderatlons. New Yoili has i;onresjioii or i-aitn. Tlie latter point will be Insisted upon strenuously. Disclaiming rpeclal knowledge of the course the New York commissioners will take In replying to the Cincinnati oust" lug overtures and saying that as uoueinior or tne .fw lorn rc.pyiery le followed the ruling declared by the assembly a few year ago concernln qualifications of the three men llcense-l In April laat, the Hcv. Dr. Mendenhalt said . "The New A'ork I'reibytery haa ever been conscientious In Its work, honest In its endeavors to do the right thing. iKilh for candidate and the rhurch, and ronv'need that the candidates were worthy of rontUU-nce. The reports nf our April meeting did not fully state the facts It has been on garbled and In accurate reports Hint Cincinnati and other presbjterles have acted. "The oung men. ("haTee. Douglass and Knttnnek, at no time denied the resurrection of t'hrlet from the dead. 'i the contrary, they nlllnne.l it in the "'0' Po'tle ierm. They amrmed their "'"'M'' the appearance of ( hrlst to Is dimples after II. s resurrection in bodllv form described In the i!opcl. They si'd they belleveil the raising of I.atarus snd other mlraclrti of our Lord: In the Scriptures of (he Did and New Testa- ...ante a Mi. Vfrtr.l Cit I !n.1 InsttlrrI hv .. . . . . , , 'j.T' . " .ul.L.ul 7'" ' . "Z?.Z . , . v c.nioiiH Fiirrerins of Christ nnd by the shedding of Ills htood (Iixl gave both . FARLEY SHOWS POPE'S INFLUENCE FOR PEACE ('nnlinnl Ailrtroso A liimiii of tho North A moricim Col li'irc in Itoiiic. Cardme. I'ar'ey edil.fe. '.'no Cath olic rlcrg)tlien In the MiAlpin Hotel rs tenia) a'lernooii at -.lit luncheon which marked the thlrty-eoond nnntml rtuulon of the alumni of the North .Xmerlcnn Col lege In Home. Ills subj-ct was "Our Holy Kather, I'npe llenedlit XV" He told of the Inlluenre of the Vatican in tlie present war situation "At the peace congress nt Tlir Hague several years ago the pip.tl rfvrcentn the was excluded, though now the very nations thnt excluded him have their sp"c!nl nmbassndors and tepresentntlve In Home." said the Cardinal. To show wi n! the Cope already had accomplished, the faidlu.V reUted lmiv llii.Wiu irisoli i re had been exchanged and tern luck to t eir families th-.mmh the Cope's in lluence. The Hev .Inhn .1. O'Hlien of t'ough !eeise was ionstnia'ter. sitting between Archbhhop llantla of Sun Krnnclsco nnd C.irdlnnl l-"arle.. Archbishop Hannn made on ad.hess, after which the V. ry Itev. Dr Pace of th" Catholic Cnlver s'ty In Washington spoke nf the Influ ence of tile nluinn. The next iiiculng will be held in Hal I. mole In 1!UT. Letters of Imitation to the society wete tecelved from the (lov ernor of Mat viand and the Mayor of Italtlmure, The officers elected yes tetdny for the coming year were- I'rts Ident. the Itev Michael .1 Itlordan of llaltlmore . vlce-preiildems, the Hev. Nicholas Walsh nf Hoston nnd the Hev, William Sculleii of Cleveland, secretary Ihe Hev .lames Talbot of New York . treaMiier. the ev Joseph W Cortlgan of Philadelphia) . lilstortall, the He I'rancls C Campbell nf New Vork, ex ecutle tommltlre, Ihe Very lie llenrge A Itnuglierty. the Hev Louis ft Stick ney uiul the 1 1-v Ilernatd .1 Mc.Nnmnni. I A cablegrniu as received from the Pope giving the Papnl bler.lng The AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE UNUSUAL VALUES We Hill l I im' mil till' fnlltlvvllifcT car (hi we"!,, all in KKt rntitlltlon ml m Kir.nl- riNlucitl ptli i. REAL BARGAINS VELIE i--IOIA. I" h, p Hedan FIAT FIAT FIAT FIAT .'l."i li p . A iMSM-nver ToiirhiK " Car nil h p . .1 pa.rn.er Tourlnc " far irray M) h p, il cylinder, 7 pa.ien- Ier Tniinni, electric .larllnK nd IlKhllim .1.1 h p. l.lmoiKlne el.s-lrlc " atartlni and lUlHlng I AT .MOTOR HAI.HH CO. Ilroadvay nt .'.7 III HI At'TOMOHII.K ANII JIOIOR TRUCK IN rlTHt'C TION, ST FA RT ifnnklct exnlal... w y AlITO our cniir.. la HRiT In.p.t M.'HOOI., our plant and ta conncd. t: W, lth 81. LadlM' clmti. an example r.f His love and satisfied the require inont of dlvlnn Justice. They alllrmed that full i-nlvntlon In given only through Jesua Christ, nnd that Ood Is In Christ rei duelling the world unto Himself. That gospel, they said. Is the supreme need of the world to-day. "If the New York Presbytery has erred other presbyteries may likewise plead guilty, for In the last eight years thirty presbyteries have ordained ninety, one licentiates who have been connected with Union Theological Seminary, Of this number only twenty. three have been ordained by the New York Presbytery. Of the sixty pastors In the New Vork Presbytery only twenty. rive have been connected with Union, Of thn I8R min isters In the New York Presbytery aev enty-three took their theological course at Union. Of the sixteen members of the licensing committee twelve nre grad uates nf seminaries other than Union. "In Justice lo Union Hemlnary these facts should be known that the church nt large may see thnt our presbytery Is not dominated by any one theological school, "While New York Is Justly proud of Its success this last year It does not place this In rivalry against thu feeblest or smallest presbytery In our church. The total benevolences for the year were M 1,000, This does not Include money expended by tho church extension com mittee In erecting new buildings nnd In Its general work of support Nor does h Include several generous donations, nggieatlng more than Jli',000, to the Home Mission Committee "Altogether the p-rsbytcry has do nated more than $2,uno,(iiui Hut we are especially gratified at the spiritual re sults of last year During th year I.snn have been received Into our churches upon examination nnd 1,449 by letter, making our total membership 3r.,61 , the largest number ever reported. Hleven churchea received more than 100 each. The Fifth Avenue Church, Dr, Jowett. received 132, and the Madison Avenue Church. Dr. Collin. 1ST " The Itev. Dr, Murk A. Matthews nf Seattle, a former Oeneral Asaembly Moderator, who has vowed vengeance bolh against the New- York Presbytery If It does not stop receiving Union grad ual nnd iigatnst Union itself If It does not turn over Mime of Its endowment fumls. Is In the U.ist nnd will prea.il nt the Klfth Avenue Church, New York, next Sunday, Nobody here expcits the a'sembly to throw the New Yotl, Presbytery out, at Ieat inn tills vear The conservatives are working for a committee t" go to New Yoik and look into thngs. and there aie New Vork leaders here who declare thnt If sinh committee does go anil is composed of fair minded men New Vork can readily show there is tin foun dation In fact for the charges on which Cincinnati and other presbyteries have acted. The moderator election Is the tlij.' thing of Important- on tie asembl's ;toKiamme. .t the opining sisou to. morrow morning the retiring moderalti' the Itev Dr. .1 P.ose Stevenson, presl dent of Princeton Seminary, v ill pren. . t-e modcintors sermon, A few hour: later n new moderator will be elect, d and Installed. Tin- Itev Dr Wiliun I. .MrHwat pastor of the i'b.rd U-rsbvterinn Chun of Pittsburg. nppe.ir. to be the most tHipiiIar candidate Hut many iillltii i - ! f-iotie'S feel the West ought t.i "net n show' tills year. Iienc" rtiong suppoit will b" given lo l.le candidacy of the Itcv Dr John A M.-itnuls, president of Cue College. Cedar P.apliK In., and the Lev Dr .Oeorye Itoliluson of Chicago, entire group of clergyman will be the guests of the New Vol I. mrm iors of the a'linin. to-d n on a r ver tr p to Wet l t Camp Yampa for loys fcmftJKi I Inttu. .', II., coinpriuHi in; seres of rore.1 in I I Ihletli.., icroiinds eqiilpped with new tenn. i lOflgv., Iningilow. ftnoes, tioet., etc. Moun iBl-i ellinliliiK, lmmln and goml fl.hlnic .1. .mong tlie many .port. H-lrrred coIIcn's .th'ete. servi. n. councillors. A physician 1 In attemliince. IllustrareU Ixuiklel. ti. H. WAI.WOKTII. l worth iiutltute. -0l W, 1H M treat. New York. i CAMI' I'ASr-l MI'MC KOK Vdt'Mi IIUKM ON I .A UK FAIIll.HK, T. Ilung.lnwi, ArtesUn water, .cr.fnd din ing room, thorough .anllation count. Uor. all collrg. men: norbtuk riling, Jr.. Jor all; mountain hiking n sprilnlti, ull land and wat.r aport.: wlr.l.i. tnrK.t prsctlc., Jr. for two month, lift. Aitilr.M WILL IAM w. ci.kndknin. i:o VI.U I'l.. Mt. Vernon. i. KOCKI.KDIiR TAMP FOR (illll.x. (il.OI'CKsTKIt. MASs). nir.ctnr I. inoth.r of tour niin .lnuah t.r i. -..in an. 1 noils U on,l raft. Im mine, t.inil.. hu.key, r.nmlrrafts. dancing anltnr. . inn enlenee. 'liulesnine, lii.pl. rational, ) nipath.tlc .nvlrnnui.nt. Ilook l.t. Mr., I haa. T. Ilit'll., 30.1 .Miirlli.irnuh Kna.l. llrotiWIyn, N, V. KSSKX, rON'NHCTiri'T. CAMP 1-OK BUYS Karmlinuie and tent nv.rbnAIng the Con necticut HUrri .wlmuiliiK, llshliiK. heitlng, l.n.t.lll. telints . tllturlllg 1' W UI. AU DI NH. K.sex. Cunn, CAMP WONPOSET 11 A MAM I.AKK. CONN. Th. Ideal tamp far ouni buy., I la II rara only Ihr.a hour, (rum New York. Ofiid fnr liuoklet. HOHKRT TINIIU.K. SI Kaal Hit Hi, CAMP WINATE la I ha Oreen Mil. Fifty bora. Bin. bulhtln(, thirty t.nta. I beautiful laka In aprura wood.. It.al dent phy.lclan. matron. All land and wnt.r .porta. Fifth .ra.nn i:i.en cupt and forty m.dal. a. prl... Send Jor ' aookl.l N. W, niCHRV, S5 Wf.HT KITH NT., xr.vr tiinai. A T'ew Varanrir Are A.allahle In a Summer Club for Young Boys In lha Invlgoratlnc Northland mot tna rouch alldm, vih.r. ho. are kept buir, happy and w.ll. II. 8. IIOI.IIKN, .Morrta tonn School, Morrtatunn, N. J. Camp Cedar-Oaks For Girls On Mittlltml. I tit . nritr I. on' Island Sound. 2'i hour, from city! well tentll.ite.l tmina Iti wno.l.i competent eniin.llor. hen Mifut .till is .Hect eoniptnlflll. illll.tr.-iteil huok Mr.. I-!. V. .null. Ha llal.ey M l l.ljn. KO-WA-IIO CAMP rilR fillll.a. On laifct Ht. C'atli.rln., I'aiiltii.y, Vt, M. til locution, new equipment, niii.c,ilaTin. Inr. lltlil.tlc., tej.reiice. hnoltl.t. MKS. KHANl'lr1 M TlllttHil1 Ulrectnr, 3007 Foi. ter at e , Dinnklvn, N Y. Mr.. Ilaa.an'a Camp fnr l.lttte f.lrla. On hnr. nf h.iilllljul Sn fouml I, alt In lh. Whit Ml.. Th. lie.t naturnl, iilitslcnl and octal condition.. Pllnr.ra p.r.nnal, moth. rlf attention lllfhut r.f.r.ne.. renulrtd. Mr. I..II. Ilaaaan, III We.t Rod At- N Y C, I. ''S' , SUMMER CAMPS 'iln. IXret-torr Vl,l'ar Saturday.. Sunday.. Tun.Uy. .,,( I'lmr,,., AdttrlU' jour tauip tiudar tat. milium. Itatea on reriueat, SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND CAMP BUREAU I6U Na.tau St., L. I. EPISCOPALIANS DENY WOMEN VOTES Lows Defeat. High Cliurch Men in Two Mutters of Conflict, at Convention. DEIjKOATES a he chosen OintiK.s Citt, 1.. t., May 1. A pro posal to allow women to vote at annual parish meetings waa defeated to-day In the Iing Island diocesan convention of the Protestant Kplacopal Church. The vote was 8 yeaa to 10 noes, but a two thIrcM vote was necessary to change the canon. The Itev .1. Howard Mellsh of tlrook lyn offered tho amendment and made a stirring speech. Canon Chaae of Brook Ivn waa one of his supporter. Aaa Hlrd Gardiner, former District Attorney of New York, said In opposition that he didn't believe women wanted lo vote In church elections. He said he felt like many othera that women could do more good In their homes than by Inking part In church or other elections, In two matters of conflict between the low and high churchmen the Iowa won. A canon waa Introduced to define a communicant of the church nnd denying communion to any one who had not been contlrmrd by the laying on of hands. The proposal Interested many Kplscopallana who partake of commu nion although they have not been con firmed. In the course of the debate the Itev Jamea R. Jones, a member of the committee on communicants, snld If a Lutheran and a Homan Catholic came to my church seeking membership niul communion 1 would let mem go tr oimi i he re In inarles w th ti c regu ' ii..re,w .".n . ..m. 7o,i' tnr applicants. When It came time fori confirmation I would allow the Homan Catholic to go through, but would re quire the Lutheran to be confirmed by the Itlshop." Tho high churchmen ravoreu tn nmendment. but at the suggestion of the Hev. O, C. Orovea of Fort Washington it was tabled on the ground that the same question waa to be considered by the general convention. Tho second ahow of strength came on the election of delegatT to the general convention. After ten ballots the low -1. ....!.... .lM..J T1. Xte fllli bv giving him ."2 votes ngalnst 60 for th Hev O. U It. Treder of the east end or ljiig Island, The other delegates chosen nr Dr Heese F Al'np, Dr C F. J. lililgway. the Hev Henry D. Waller. Col W S. Cogswell. W S. Macdnnald. Walter K. Marsh and Daniel Whltford, A committee was appointed to report next year on the pensioning of nged nnd Infirm clergymen Several men opposed th Long Island diocese entering the gen eral nntional pension system f the hurch. but after Justice Townsend Scud-' rfrrl), ,n ptr.PrVs the mtlnn's honor dcr of Hrooktyn explained that It would WPr,. pnKed tlriist no extra burden on the Individual Tm? .id, grtlPf. to the national conven pnns'ies the convention voted to join the ttfrr ,trUcted to vote as r unit system The convention ended to-night 20 NOW IN BIG AERO RACE. Man? elite, xnslno. In Be Cnnlrol Matlniia. Twetity entries have now been re ceived for the transcontinental aero plnne competition to he held thla fnll and sevrrnl cities have sent Inquiries to the Vero Club of America asking how they can l e made "control." where aviators wil be permitted to sthp twelve hours. The notary Club and the Com. meivi.il Cltih of Fort Wayne. Ind united ir asking the honor for their home city. To all of them the suggestion was sent that they offer J 10,000 In prltes to be illviilt.1 among the first four aviators who arrive at the controls. The i ace Itself has been Indorsed by Secretary of War Maker, Secretary Daniels. Hrlg -Oen C.eorge P. Scrlven, Hoar Admiral Ikr.son, Senator Chnm tierlaln, Senator Tillman. On v. Whitman, .Major Mltchel and many others. CAMP GHAMPLAIN l lianipliiln. J.ld Vear opens July '.M. Hps. ial Mttentlon to safety andcouiforr. Wafer prcsif triil. in. I floors,' all land and water porn, Tramping trip', horseback rldbic. amn p!i sicnin camp winnahkee f;?r-,",r;T.rr v.:'- Chainpliiln. Tor inrntal and ptiy.lral lin prnvempiit Kiperiencral itlrectresa and councillors. Ijirae tmniralow, all imtirme inenn. All eipeiwea $Ji). Iteforonce. rs fiulnsl. lliKimns from WM. II. HltOWN, .-107 West Tilth. N V.CIIT. The Tela-Wauket Camps 1 Hoxbitry, Vermont In r,rren Moumain. For girl. brtF.n 10 and ear A.seintily bun.How with Jtrtplace, porii tablM anu piano Jicreened iliniiif rereh Kicllent tslilp .Sleeping tmntalno . ITIval. Iioiid. Aihlrtie n.ld. liar tenim cuiirti Han.lt. rait llnrsehm k rutiin l-Tee uae ol hnraei. 4lh ear ll.'.l for ...son of two month.. No ex. lra lli.i.hl.t Mr. and Mrs. '. A, Nov., 10 llowili.ln St., Cambridge, Ma... I l.nnglake. Ilanillloii Co.. New Tork. CAMP RIVERDALE , In the iillroniliM'ks Happy Wilderness Oulliig fnr an On).. Cainti for lliirtv lio. rrom ten t.t flr.M.n ....pu Frank H. Ilatkrtt, lllreelur. Ile.d.fa.ler nf llherdale I iiuntri Nelinol, Itlirrdale- till-iiiiiisiiii. .sen i.ih .11,.. I CAMP KATAHDIN nievallnn l.OOtl feet. In the plna wonila of Wc.i.ru .Mo In, on .mall laka. A r.al camp Jor real tioyi to II, Phone Audubon 7132. AMP EAGLE POINT A n.ntintaln laka rtrnn Jnr At Mtln.on Lake, Itumn.y, N. II addle bor.. free; aairrsiirl., n oiinlaln Journrta, II7A wa.on. June 'J-Aua.ai.V.K.SI'KNl'nU I li. li.,Mtr. Jle.M.uUoo At.. MM, I. nits ISLAND A .umm.r camp for liny.. Kat I'nlnt. Oakland. Mi, Flshina l.o.ttlnr. KwlmiulnK. ha.hall, tennli, phytl. rai in.triictor, inirurimn in all .ubjert. up In cnllec Krade. For circular aililre.s W II Mil. I, Kit, 3J Wakefield St. I.ewla. Inn, Mr. CAMTsrO. We.t llarpswell, Ca.in liar i Mailt I'er ti.ntleiiien 1.1 to "I l.oc:it.. on StotM'. i-ote t'rul.nn, Fl.hlnr, Wai.i , Sport. I'uder Scout l.atv. Addr... RHU.Ml P I'ACI.-illN I'rln. C s M A. Children. 1 Hchnol. W.t Point. N V 1 vt-tl' vrtlttr lM.t.ot fiitiip Fnk-n'-Mnnn.hlne ' Adirnn lsett- VuqueitlamMv on. nf th. fin t.t einips In Ihe enutitrv Ase" 9 1. llf A ..nion f r-i "-! rqiilpoj.iit lutri ati.ulut.ly Inclu'ir. I Ad 'r. Dfl V A HnillN0N, IVek.klll Acadcm-. I'fUIN, iint'in cnip for lr! and tenm.u, , t'nu.ii.l f itiir. at ahout h ilf ii.ii f, i Mart, r v lf, 7; Lincoln St . ,Ier..y ry, N. V. City. WANTS OIBL FOE GODMOTHER. Relglan oldler Writes Bnrgo inaeler .Mltrhrl AaklriK line. Mayor Mltrhel haa received the fol lowing communication from n Holglati soldier Interned In Holland: To the tlnrpomtintcr of the (7Uy of S'rw York. Mm: I, the undersigned, C. Lorrl niler, quartermaster, have the honor nf writing you this letter to beg you to be so kind ns to give mo tho fol lowing Information: Is there not turning the pretty girls nf your city one who would be n god mother to a llelgliui soldier and cor respond with him? If so, I should bo happy to be that soldier. Hoping that my reipiest will meet with a favorable answer, t beg you, sir, to accept my resvectful civilities. C. lrfir.Rl.vtir.rt, Quartermaster Fourth Belgian Lancers, Car it. Camp I, Zelst, Holland. Hurgomnster Mllcbel thought that the best way to obtain the Information de sired by Quartermaster Lorrlmler was to make his letter public. Some one In the Mayor's nfllee familiar with these matters appended to the letter the fo. lowing Inducement : "This request for n 'marrnlrie' Is quite In keeping with what has beep done during the winter all through l-'mnce, Letters received In New York from young women In Kiiince show that there Is a fairly widespread custom of the adoption of soldiers left without friends or family Cun pollu' ns they call them), and In some cases one girl Is rodmother to several 'pollus' nnd "cor tesponds with them." BAKER LOSES, YET WINS. reelected Ma Ohio Keynoter, hut .Not t'nnnlninnaly. Coi.i'MM's, Ohio, May IT Secretarj of Wot Newton 1) linker, though iranled a spedM privilege by President "".""" - "nnti the Democratic State ronveu.m and make the keynote speech, railed to re reive the unanimous vote of the .un- mittee of nrr.mgenicnts, width met hern to-dsv to fircpnre the convention pro gramme. He wns elected, however. His opponent for the temporary chair manship waa Senator Atlee Pomerene, whose name was plnced In nomination by John Hrown of Zaneaville. Hrown voted for Pomerene on the roll call, saying he thought be tvni the logical man to sound the keynote. GOV, FERRIS A DELEGATE. Michigan Democrat. Indorse Wil son at Mntr Contention. LiNStNU. Mich.. May IT, The Demo iratic Slate convention, held here to day, was a quiet affair Congressman Frank Doremua of Detroit wan chair man nnd wns optimistic regarding the coming election. Heolutlons Indorsing everything Democratic and prnlslng , . i . t . .. t.i. .. . . .. . r . . I In caucuses and on the floor of the con I ventlon The following delegates at large were named tlov W N. Ferris, IMwIn O. Wood, K. C Shields and Congressman Frank K. Ooremus. WILL BRYAN BE IN IT? Lincoln, Ilia llnmp Tims, In Have Preparedness Parade. I.tvrot.v, Neb., May IT -To show that William J. Ilryari's home city is not with him In his peace at any pr'rc policy, Lin coin will turn the Memorial Day parade into a preparedness parade The proposition was put up to the Lin coln Commercial Club to-day n a refer endiim vote and was carried b live to oik Detail" hnve not yet been arranged, but a epeclal effort will be made to make as big a showing as p.s.hle. This will be the first prelum dness narade to ' 1 held If the middle Wet NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS TOL'NU MKS AMI ItOTM. irvim; hcikiol t.. n. rat as W, K4th nr. Tel. 4s.ie, Schuyler. Urns rrom il to JO. All Department No borne .ludj for bo. tinder l. HAItWItll NC'IIOOI, FOR nilT.H. Helilston, .wt L'4ii Ht. liny, mar r JUIn all day. Iiirliiillmi 'nfj. stmlv hour. lennl. Coiirta.Alh.Kleid.Miid'K to Collraa. Mr. CARPKNTER 'l-SCIIIHII, for MOTS 3IO-3IH We.t Knd Ae. Tel. Col. 4.1 ") The ir.th year tiegtn. Ortoher , run Outdoor rirrcl.r. tJO to 4 all wlut rtllt lilltl.") AMI lllt'M; UIIMCN. TIIK RAHNAKII SCIlnoi. I (lit lllltl.t.' Kindergarten to Colic, tiraduatii In leadliiK Colleges. Cyimixluin nii. roiinu Catalogue. 4K.I Uisit 141.1b Ntreet, tlAHNARII SCIIOOI, Of IIOrSKIIIll.il AltTM. sail W. Tilth Nt. Tralnliw for limn, makers. , DrcwniaUng, (lesivnlng, mint, aery, conking, acrounta. iri uvcu Schur. TMIJ4 IIIKIIC'IORT AITKAItN OMI.T 1IIK M'llUlj t'OI.I.IIIiK. ANII CAmV aillttUC, N. . JUN. N. f. CUT. LNflTBUCTIUN. LAXilfAOKN. NEW QHK 'ITV, -Nrw Vork. SPANISH AND OTHI:R I ANGUAGI-S Our nronouncltin receida of Itnientha . I'l.irllrul l.liiRul.try uiilik y Rita xiuversu I tlonal knovtliHltie of .-pinnih. tiernntii rrencn. iiuiian ion tiu i.e tour ou Talklna; Miichlne Write Jir Ilj.ikl.t or call lor rrlvvl. Uriuunnlr.tlun, I Is I thli sf.k THE I.ANfiCAfiK I'llONK MF.TIIOI), 0 Putnam Hide , t v 4Mh 8t. BOTH SHXK. NltW VORK ITV. Nt York. I IIORACF MANN Nf'linniJI, 341th HI 'and Hroailnay at KOth .St., Now York Olty Summer CAMPS For Boys and Girls Let the New York Sun help you solve the prob lem of placing your boy or girl in a camp this summer. The Sun carrirs more camp advertising than any other Netv York daily. The School, College and Camp Bureau NEW YORK SUN. 1 80 NaM-.il St.. N. Y. City. 8IJMMKR RENOItT". Mt. Desert Island OFF MAINE'S FASCINATING COAST 4 An island of mountains, cliffs, lakes, woodlands, gardens, drives and paths. Famous for its natural beauty, perfect situation and ideal social atmosphere. Bar Harbor Northeast, Southwest, Seal Harbors, whose combination of mountains and sea give each its greatest charm. Attractive hotels and cottages furnish the material comforts and luxuries necessary to the enjoyment of a vacation. NT.VV YORK Cat. kilt Mountain.. The Catskill Mountains a region of ROM N TIC slCENKKT l.l IT 1'IIF. ?000 1 O 4ISSI Cf.KT AlTltACrlVi: IIOII-.I.H AMI II0 4RIII.M! IIOlSr.H SIANV TltOtT SntllAMS roi'I'l.Alt WALKS AND ORIVKS .MOCNTAIN CI.IXIIIIMi-CAMI'INI. 4 OMi:itl t;i. COt'NTIIT or w ii.iiw ooit ni iitxis THE ULSTER & DELAWARE R. R. In connection with West lior It I! ojicrfttps throtirh tr r. Inclu.llnff Pullnisti MTlce the III VAN MIVKI.f. IA rill'.SS l make rrM trip from New Vork Moiiilay, May B2ml. Inning Cortlindt flwl l-Jiio no.m, '.Vet l.'ii I street t o'clis-U '. M , dally eicept Sunday. steemers of the Hudson Itli-er Dv 1,1ns make direct connrs-tlon. at Klntston Point with alterm.iii train, tor all xints in the niouiilAins Ticket aients of West shore It It sill sell eimrslnn tickets Jrom .'ew Vo-k to all points on l'lter A Delaware II It nt r.iiicel fare for round trip, account .if I ion .rati, ni lav, gUlnit an oppirtiinlty to il's-t your summer home. Tlckeu kooi for going trip .May -j:th, 2Sth and Jiith. and iNHt for nturn trip until .May .list, liulaslie The annu-tl illutr.iteI twiU with revt I map of the CM.MII .Mountain section, and .orrs-te. list of otcr 1 iHsi hotel, and tioarilina- hou.rs4, will bu .cut Jren ou receiit of il cents pmtun. N A. NI.Mii, Oeneral Passeneer Agent, Kingston. N l NKW YORK iJlke rimld. Unr.t llntrl In the Mimntnln.. (enlreof nil tdlronilm k Atlr.ielliins. STEVENS HOUSE LAKE PLACID, N, Y. OIi;s M W All ImproTmifnt. II l.iri i II - lUKPs, f tf rpl,t uM'rlil) liirati'il. 4 r uihI Ttiiiile on !::'.,;L.,;'"",.vi::..i..ul .'v.1" "f "'''.... Sieilttl .lime Rales un.l II.hiUI.-I llppiy MTIUK.Nn IIOTIII, CO., Utke I'lacld. N, . Whiteface Inn IIKMItlll.l. Mt)( IAI. I.N IIIIISMKM ON IICAl'lll I I. I.AM. I'l, Vt HI ! AIIIROMIXI h. NIIW ORK i Cottugrs and tumps Jor rent. notr, t.iinls, tnihliur. l.n.ttlnB na'kltiB and hor.etttck rliuiit; I toe ma a lam roau.. .1. .1. Mll;lAi;l, .Manater. N.w York tlnoklnc rf ij Fifth Wim. r IllKh.und I'aik lloiel, Aik.n. H. c NIAV VORK I'pper .-aranac- lake. SARANAGINN I'pper Suranite Ijike. iVmin to rrnt. ANN IA NOW ItrilN. Illirrlllct.i.l Mills. Miituia-rr. ITntll June 1 'lie ilr.ijiun W nniinitton, D r NF.W YORK Adlrimdii.k Mountains. K Sit. iillditioi. N.V., lit I niter illr.ilidiii-k. . ADIRONDACK INN F.letntor "araire rlll oreh..trt. dune. Inn. hoatluir h.ilhlne tciini- t.olfa fe-tture Writ, rie- li.sil.let N V lllllce IS W 'JMh St, I'lioii.. Farraul S!ii,n c s Chamlie. Ilii. Mcr NKW IIA.MI'HIIIItK. I In Sim I ii I A S ii rijtn nf thl WHITE MTS. M I'l KM. Kill. N. II. M APLEWOOD HOTFL i oi i si:s - . C 1S NO - . INN OI'KN II NF. 'I l OCT M1IIW FF.VIIlt INN OI'F.NS My mill Due I'liooxlld Alle I'l.rk Is Hole lioir t'oure t nsurii.ti.-e' ii.iimi io'iN is-otul Allllll.ll llcuMered Mh.IimmioI Trap Sliootlui; 'I'oiiriuiuietii ,lut Ilnl in Kill, liicluslto l))llt-fonci. t ll.tiichit: llooklllk- I mice for Hotel llsll llro.iijtwty New nrk 'I'elephiiue Miillsoii s,i 1 74 s For Ion MitptetiiNsI N' II I.I ON II. I II I I'l kr WHITE MOUNTAINS NEW PROFILE HOUSE llooldui! Olllcn II Ml II it, i) .N I'uc. Wed Thur CONMII IK I THE GRISWOLD Fiislern Piiliil, Neil I onilnii. I mil. Open June r.'lli c,m.Ic. o-.i Mo,i.rn Motel on Mltullc 1' t 1 '.. uncles of Klirne- Missel I roiinlri Chili coendid lo Ml season liinMs. Is lloln (loir ('nurse ln Nnillh, I'roriKatoiliil VH.'lillllir. Ilo.tlitltr llistp Nen I'l-liliiK, Motorlnit and Tenuis. , ,. II. II. htMIIN, Muiiau.r. New ork OOlce. JOi sth . e, Ti-I.AUd.Sq.l)U.'i7 "7 I li L M I Jgj 1 VBf summkii itixiitrx. Through express train service New York and Boston. SeoJ "Mt. !, Vacation Bureau Ilin.dMiy. Itoom 1M, .V"v Torle. N 1 New York, New Harm & Htrtfarti R. R. Boston & Malno R. R. Maine Ceatral R. R. NI.W .ll:ilt:V A.lmry Park. StJ-iMTEREY 1 "M HOT FT i OCCUnrtNO AN CNTIRF BLOCK DlglCTVY ON THC OCEAN FRONT. I'apacilr .00. All oul.lil. room. Hot and enld salt watr In a'l lialhrooms. I'.rf.et rni.tne. Whit 8rTlc. RnKRMAN O. IIKVMN, Manager. N.w rtrk flw. Tr.. 4 Cunt-r Hu-s... w. 4era 8t. 1'hon. Itrsuit t:o. ,f,Nortli Asbury Park.. N :J -J . . N ElV .li:i(.r. I nng llrnmli. Hollywood We.t End, Long Branch, N. J. Adjoining Shadow Lawn THE SUMMER CAPITOL rnhrelvrennvnll and improved 200momtsnd hairn l"etnc hEht: tflephrne. Ooll end lennn Bmunh ai:nrls-sl. Eun pe.n Inn Heiimrnnl ol liiilnr rvirllrni-e K in $.IIHi it day nn.l 3p. Ann-x -ts--. Mn. M. 1 Intel cjs-n nne JUv Under Penonal Manaerment (Valtrr F.. Hildreth W. Irring D.tIJ. I urner'y cl Hotrl Ilre.l.n, N, Y City ani "- et tnd Hotel, Lona Ibancli, N. , . 1. lluokliiK orrice, Mti lltlli Ate. i 'MM .rrnv II' I Ni:W JKIt-r.V -lirlns Lake llincli. Eiiit: m;w a. s. m ssex & Sussex IIOTIII M ( O I- l'M,l. SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J. It tinl.. ..(uare, .llrectly ui) te ,ran til IWTHI lit I.I ,f lit rur. a n,t i n i tue' A' ti.tn-'s ii.s with tit un.l .1 . 1 .e. wat.r i.m.r h.nmv iiA-niiMi wim, oii: .it m: io t ml.r ih I'rr.i.n.l Manacinrnt nf DAVID B. PLUMER l I.K11 I N't l',.rt..nil tl.p-, . i.lv, tr iv.i l lfth Ar . , v tel. r.S.iS Murraj Inn , , " the shoreham prl is l ,., i .i,, W l,.nk Midern hole I nt. ' en I'. I nt,c mn tloi f rom tlie i ii . n 'i'i Ii lr t 'i Op.nt la .Cth i: i: SI'A.S i'.Mir . i. prop NW JKItvr.Y Allutille C1I7. IML lEASINf, HtSOHT HOILLUI 1IIL WORLD matlboroujh-Bknudni ATLANTIC CITY. N". J. OVVN'ltStllM HAstr.LMlNT. JOSIAH WHITE t SON!) COMPANY iiia ml n imtl tlrinrlarrl of erire.couifiTlsVi.teauiv Ladxvut rnaPRoor ruoki hdtu. i vfiKnaat Amriaiflr EiTCfK"ttitlai. HiwvcanBooKiN6omci.iorlrtr.iir.tiia ..wwirp... .sai.uiftw JI.MOItM.vr HOTEL RALEIGH M - A ii i ' i teUIOII, W I -il I II ItlKill UP, I K.II1IH i(( u, oretn 200 . c" I " tii n oprn fj.o-iiir. prl air trt Iti unhnR vu r ,,,r tu'i fli. Htor i tittii iii, I hi nt -t Mln h, Low r.tt. H-jot-lei il ,1 t'Y.M.S. HOTEL NEW ENGLAND I'll t U. H.l K V N.li 1st ; i. it Ti . . h,, hi. ruiiiiiiiK wm-i in r,i.ini ' rt' lrpl (ino p t i . ,.tl P- " njifn il ru t r tu ii,',i H. Jl V 1 1 M -j I-.' u II nil Fin.. M ..lei i-e Iti-,. vri A bemarle i , . niuBiiiuus ., .,.. s, ,,.,,,, I "ki) lirlt.lle l.ntti.. , t.itr ,v e.ip.. he., rt r vilen' tali e .Ct,. tuiiK 1.1.111 h 1 loc4tet ,1 p C(i.- HOTEL LELANDE 011 lie t..-ii(), M 1:...,Oi i.. t. f , ,,. tr e-lt I .. ean ton, c t.i'.ir ,1, ,,u llh.. .rH.tf. tath.. Itaies ,, x-nul. l W IIAWIC. ATLANTIC m. N, .1. Amrrl.-.t'a Ctmnus v. 11 Ite.ttrt NEW JFHK aketrtaa. I tlKettiMiil, N. .1. .'.o'p.l fnr I tumic'il..' ,inh.i.iiipr. Mu.lc I1.11U nit' II It .SI'ANlI UN IIKIlt), JK", NLW JLItsLV llrudler llrnrh. lilt Mil, FV lll ( H, N, ,1, "Hi lesort ttttlioiit o r.Rr.t " Illii.iraled hooklrt A.tdr-.s l'lihltcity Hur.n l'i:.N.Nh l, AM ( iin.uVn.l.. spruce carinTnn HK;rk n oHr with bitli iinr.ttrt. hrttlittt homci All mnvi-mt-nt Mklt i 'rs-rfi p till ft n l.ark. H. R. V. J, A. il. U, I'lUCK. Canadeniti. J'fc. ROMMRR Rf.OKT. daily from and to for Booklet, !tfof Enchantment. rr.NNSVLVAM.t WerneriTllle. HALL in the Mountains WtRNlRSVIUt.PA. The n.lllhlful rje.ne.vTui. Sprlag R.teri of lb Kail Unoil roads, beautiful arenery and a htY elas hotel. Wry fine therapeutic batM and maa.aga denartnient. Good mii.k ftaraire. Mountain walk, and trail. t)rv slr. It, hr. Jrom Phlia . Heading R. It. 4 hr.. frmi N. V Cent, ef N. J. It. It. N. V. tithe e mt Fifth A.enu Alw.y. open. Howard M. Wing, Mgr. l'sA.sVI. AMA llehttiHre Muter Imp, THE NEW KITTATINNY ii;i..v.i(i: w at kh .Ai. iv. Now even "t. v UIcl.-rlHw in rule in lit th in frttiitniK rfrtinti, O.ivh' It too. i intMlrrn . ui iti it? lit eX'Tptlunidl rn l'rct li . lief Of hfftiru. tinlf . t -,j nc r 'af uiul url'I iJnriSr i Ml t-n rty Minn rnit , booklet h nil i i-i mnllfil I'oii'.n? ni t triiltist J- .i IM HlV Oiirn. H'li cars of Waior 11 ,Ar i.i;;ai. noth i:. vori'i: is (IIvk.v to v.v r 'i uiHlTms-iitioeioJ tf.ot on Mnv t' .1 S l M , at 11.-" riftli .Wriiu'f Ail U.M-mti, N" .Til rnir:tt rTi n in II ' uk() .-f MatihAttnii ' i'v Af N'T T'-k Inr tb p p m. of Mill in f (tip !l n frr t'r' HKf w. n , .ii iti'-i.uKh JOnry A IN" '..i ii . i i1. h" .i nprt tiirrii ir'w . ". 'ti th rrpfrntit,tHji rsr ft ' I . r4pl,tf'' 01) TlhO i n i dr. hlil b-lnc it .t 1 1 . u .i f - I 1 a .it.nn .louM txz Vtiour rr M-n ! 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