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MISS FRANCKE BRIDE!
OF REGINALD BANKS Mm riiure Ceremony Performed in flic Chantry of St. Tlinmns's Church. fl()IX TO LIVE IN A1UZONA M Ht F.lle Huntington Francke, daughter by 11 former marriage of Mrs. J. inlslry Tappln, wos married to Hogl nat'l Marsh Hanks yesterday afternoon In tho chantry of Ht. Thomas's Ohurch by the Itcv. Alexander XV. Boslwlck, a rn.itlvo of tlio bride. The marrlngo cere ni'.i.y was witnessed liy a limited num In of relative unci Intimate, friend unit there were decorations of palms and white roses In the chancel. The bride entered the chantry with her mpfathcr, who nave her away. 8hc nrc a gown of white satin combined .lth ix'lnt lace and Brussels nrt. The court train which fell from tho shoulders n as of cloth of stiver and ornamented with clusters of orange blossoms. Tho veil of tulle was held by a bandeau ef pearls and a spray of orange blossoms and she carried bouquet of lilies of the j.loy and whlto orchids. The bridal attendants. Miss Mario Irv Irg Francke and Ml?s Eleanor Francke. sisters of the bride, woro rostumes of yellow net and loco with bodices and tunics of bright bluo satin trimmed with yellow roses. Their hats of yellow net were Mulshed with high crowns of blue satin and trimmed with yellow roses and long blue satin streamers. They carried large nrm bouquets of yellow roe Harold 1 Hanks was his brother's best man. and the UHhers were Talbot J. Taylor, Jr., Leonard J, Wyeth, 1'hltlp Crovat and James T. Kemp. A rmall reception followed In the. ball room of the Colony Club. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hanks, Mr. and Mrs. Adams Bitchcller. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. pltson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Francke-, Mr. and Mrs. I'hlllp Hiss, Miss Hiss, MIm Margaret Warren, Mrs. Herman 8. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Baylies irrford. Miss Nocllno Hasklns, Miss Dorothy Jackson, Mrs. Edward L. Nor ton, Jr. Miss Dolly Madison I.a Mon tague, Mr. and Mrs. I.uls Francke. Mrs. Unnard J. Wyeth, Miss Lena Wyeth, M..s 1'orothy Anderton, Mrs. Charles II. lluntituton, Mrs. l'edro Francke-, Mrs. Henry Morris, Miss Constance Peabody, Mr and Mrs. J. Allen Townscnd, Mrs. Henry M. Alexander. Miss Helen O. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge K. H. Wade, Miss Huth Wade, Mrs. Charles L Cunmnnn, Jr., Mrs. William 8. Fnlr chllJ. Miss Genevieve Clendennln. Em len Llttcll. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward A. Ma llet, Miss Dorothy Manlcc, Mrs. J. liar sen lthoades. Hlshop and Mrs. Philip M. Rhinelander. Mrs. Alvah Bpcar, Mrs. James Tappln, Mr., and Mrs. Charles Tappln, George van Bicien ana i-rea rick Winston. After a brief wedding- trip Mr. and Urn. Hanks will go to Artxona to live, FAY SCHIRMER, Couple CSuIiik tn Honolulu on Their Weildlnir Trip. Miss Gertrude Helen Schlrmer. daugh ter of the late Oustave Schlrmer, was married to William Hodman Fay of Boston yestordny afternoon In tho Church of the Ascension. Tho offlclat lng clergymen were the Hev. Dr. Will iam a. Thayer of St. Mark's School and the Hev. Percy Htlckncy Grant, reotor of the Church of the Ascension. The bride entered the church with her brother, Hobert Schlrmer, who gave her way. She wore a gown of white satin draped with tulle and a court train ot enttn. Her veil of tulle was held In place by a coronet of orange blossoms, The bridal attendants were Miss Bar bara Armour of Princeton, N. J., who ore a oostumo of pale pink taffeta and nft, and the Misses Jean Morris and Katherlne Tillman of this city, who wire dressed alike In costumes of cream colored taffeta and net. They nil were huso Leghorn hats trimmed with pink roses and faced with pink chiffon. Joseph H. Kay was his brother's best man, The ushers were Kdward M. pick man. Keith McClcod. Henry Fay, Jr, Francis I.e Daron Bobbins. Jr., Albert Jneokel nnd John M. Wlllard. After the wedding ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride's mother. 117 Kast Thirty-fifth street. .Mr and Mrs. Fay will go to Honolulu on their wedding trip and will live In Boston. Nrunirr Speck. M.sn mizabcth Marie Speck, 253 Kast Flxty-elghth street, nnd Arthur 12. Kt-umcr, an Importer of 85 Wall street, ho lives at 112 Hast Und avenue, wero married last evening In the Church of the Holy Trinity In ICast Klghty-elghth street. Tho Hev. James V. Chalmers performed the ceremony. Miss Annie D. fepf k was maid of honor and Miss Lucy Neumer and Miss Ida Hoffman were brlilesmaldB, Jesse W. Dcrx was best loan. The ushers were James McCabe, Predirlck Plcsback, Frank A. Pater and I'uiil llorrllch. A reception nnd danco followed nt the Hotel Alitor. Mr. and Mrs. Neumer will spend their honey moon In China and Japan. They will lle In this city after their return. Mi To rim n Krhlll. M.ss Hose Anna Bchlll and John K. M -Toman were married yesterday at the I'liurch of St. Thomas tho Apostle, Mm Hev Father Scanl.iu officiating. The brldo was given away by her brother, William N, Schlll. Miss Frcdortcka Heller was maid of honor and Miss Kdna llartinan. Miss IMna Schlll and Miss Murlt-l Schlll wore bridesmaids. Vin cent Do l.a Montaigne was best man. A reception, dinner and dance fol lowed at tho Hotel Astor. Mr. nnd Mr McTernan will livo at 229 West H' Mi street after their return from a Wf-Mlng trip to Atlantic City. t'omlll Kchlln, Tin mairlage of Mrs. Mary Day Hnell T i mi ,if Vonkois to Frederick Scott ' 'i- lit of this city look place yesterday 1 'tie home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 1 Hampton, lot North Broadway, Y '.ers, the Hov. Dr. William Steven pastor of tho First Presbyterian ' ir 'i ofllclallng, Mrs. Benjamin H. lUe 1,'on acted as matron of honor and ' i 1'a'hiirlne Hampton was maid of "r tJordon I., nrrry acted as best '' Mr and Mrs. tindlt will live at r'! 1 1. lis, N. J, Da ii ii i- n bn ti m M c er. M ss Deno Meyor, daughter of Mr. and v Alexander Meyer of 1 West Hlxty- r n meet, was married to Iiuls 1' ' biiiim of Philadelphia t Kherry's ' '"'lai, the llev. Dr. Htephen H. Wise h a city officiating. Miss Dorothy "ton was tho maid of honor and Miss ii'le Paniienbailni. sister of the I 'Iffroom, was among the bridesmaids, iirt't-n K Homer acted ns best man. Mirrinicliiti (.era rdts. M - Marie V. fleraordts, daughter of a in .Mrs. iierarii li. ueraeruis, was murrli.l ... . UI.IMi..nH a . .hta in ttiuirr j, niMiiuigiuii mi .,, city at noon yesterday In the Church of " jonn nrjostom. DANCING NO LONGER FORCED BY FASHION .Musters, In Convention Here, Decree fllldlnjr Is Pleasure, Not Toll. PRACTISE NEWEST GLIDE The dancing masters nrrd mistresses In convention nt tho Hotel Martinique spent most of yentcrday learning how to do the Broadway Glide." And there was reason for this. r. H. Kelly said that the glide was the very latest of the very latest elides. Tho new dance. It was said, was just like a soothln syrup. Children can learn It nnd when they do they Just go craiy over It," eald Mlsa Dorothy Martin, who teaches the boyi and girls up at Cornell how to fox trot and one step. The dancing misters got so busy In venting special danrea that they couldn't stop and before any one knew It Baron Arson came out and announced that he had created the "1917 Society Special Tango." After that other steps were snnounced In short order, A Htwslan Solo, a Tyrolean Character Gavotte nnd a Hussar Military Dance were some of them. At this point Prof. J. Dlmant, Just to bo strictly neutral, announced tne birth of the "Paderowskl Minuet." Despite the fact that tho dancing masters wish to create steps that can De reanuy assimilated even by persons who do not wish to make a profound and serious study of dancing, they went obout tneir worK wun the mental concentra tion of persons engaged In a areat cans. Benjamin Smltzdorf of Chicago was a hard task master and kept the teachers so constantly in motion that most of tho men had to tako off their costs. Miss Hulda Hanker of San Diego, who at Monday's session showed tha teachers how to hold their partners, gave n dem onstration of "The Dragon Fly." It was an ststhetto dance, she said, and was meant principally for tho stage. Mr. and airs. J. uugan or Newport Introduced some new folk dances, and Oscar Duryea, the New York dancing master, did some variations on the canter waits. Nearly a dozen now steps were created yesterday, and the delegates were en thusiastic In predictions of their coming popularity. A warm discussion was started as to whether people nowadays were dancing merely for the pleasuro of tho thing or becauso they thought It was fashionable. It was finally decided that dancing Is becoming more and morn a pleasure und less and less a toll made necessary by fashion. Interest was also manifested In the decree of the Pope forbidding dances In connection with Catholic church en tertainments. The decree, as announced :sterday by Cardinal Farley In a letter t all priests, was read at the business session In the afternoon. No action was taken, as It was looked upon as a matter with which the association had nothing to do. The convention will continue to-day. To-morrow the annual election of otttcers will be held. 13 ARCHBISHOPS NOW PUT BAN ON DANCING Like Cardinal Farley, All For hid Practice at. Catholic Entertainments. Concerning the prohibition of dancing by Catholic young people nt entertain ments under nusplces of Catholic churches In New York It was said. In behalf of Cardinal Farley yesterday, that the further Instructions might be In the hands of pastors by Saturday, In order that fuller Information might bo given to Catholics at the masses ne Sunday. It was learned that all of the thirteen Archbishops In tho country had for bidden dancing at church entertain ments. "As I understand It," said ono Cath olic pastor yesterday, "this order or de cree, made by the Oonslstorlal Con gregation, Is part of a general pro gramme of the Holy Father, and Is not Intended solely for the United States. So far as I can learn no action Invttlng such decree was taken by the American Archbishops. 1 am Informed that con ditions In Europe, In part created by tho war, hastened the decree. The euchre partlen so prominent a few years ago have been abandoned on the same Initiative. "The decree will not change either the Interest on the part of Catholics In their church or the Income to struggling parishes In any marked degree. Catholics are more faithful thnn to lose Interest because no longer permitted to danco at church functions, and not much money Is raised for church buildings through the giving of dances. Tho chango In Income will be so small as not to bo noticed." JULIA SANDERSON WEDS AGAIN. Musical Comedy Star llrlde of I, lent. Harnette, V. N. .V. Julia Sanderson, the musical comedy star, was married at noon yesterday to Lieut. Bradford llarnotte, U. S. N. The ceremony' w performed at tho Pres byterian Church, Greenwich, Conn., by the Hev. F. M. Cnrson ami was wit nessed only by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sackctt, parents of tho brldo, and Mrs. William Jay Barnette, mother of tho bridegroom. Immediately after tho wed ding Lieut, nnd Mrs. Harnetto left for a trip through the Adlrondacks. This is Miss Sanderson's second mar riage. She divorced Tod Sloan four years ngo. Bho does not expect to leave the stage, hut will go on tour next sea son In "Syhll." In which sho has recently been appearing with Joseph Cawthorn and Donald Brian. Lieut. Barnetto Is connected with the United Slates hydro graphic bureau, NEW CURATE FOR OLD TRINITY. nr. Met'omas, Itertnr at Annapolis Nlxtern Years, Appointed. The Bev, Dr. Joseph Patton McComns, for the last sixteen years rector of St. Ann's Knlsropal Church of AnnapolU lias been appointed senior curate of Trinity Church at nromiway and wall street, He will assume his duties In Kentember. The work of the parish was closely though not offlclully Identified with the life and activity of the United Ftnte.i Naval Academy. In r York To-day. Wstsr Worki convention, Hotel Astor, I A, M, Columbia Unlvernlty, commncemitnt. tie A. i. Nsw York lUnlverslty, ronime ncmnt 10:30 A. M. Ulnntr of Darning Maitsra, Hotel MsjMtlc, 7130 r. Cornill Medical Collets commencement College Building, I 1. M. Unlvereliy Korum of Amerlfe. 'Treeent Condition! In Ireland," by Ihe Uarqulee at Aberdeen, ev west uim eirrev, eiev .-,. V OLD CHURCH RELIC IS SOLD FOR $425' Silver Altar Decoration Fetches Top Price at Klack hornc Sale. An antique Spsnl'h silver altar doenr- ntlon of Seville dated 1740, sold to Miss prvurlng for nn unusually gay season. It. H. IOfcm: for 1 125. brouuht the high-' "s President and Mrs. Wilson hope to est price yesterday nt tho sale of the j'" rive at Shadow- Lawn, the beautiful Hlackbnrne collection nt tho American , 'state of Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Oreenhut. Art Galleries. It M richly chased nnd as soon ns Congress adjourns. Fxton engraved with n moulded cornlco nndlslvn preparations have been made for .i i.. rAnn.,.AA nln.uiA nf tho season nnd fho Hollvwood Hotel at uiue. lilt- ui'ui .i , r-u-.. i t"- " i - a pelican and young. It Is about forty j West Knd. mado fnmous by the late John inches high. Hoey, has been entirely done over and A pilr of old silver cnndlestlcks of this brought up to date. The New Holly Iiuls Seize period was bought by W W , , ,9 , ,,, bft un(lcr th Seaman fur 1100. An imtlque Spanish' ,,. .. iin,i,.., silver oval plaque representing Christ management of Walter I.. HUdreth, falling beneath the weight of a cross ' whose father was for many years the pro wont to F. Ilaumelster for JfiO. A Span-1 .niclor ot the old West nnd Hotel, and XX'W- 1?0- W"U..d with him will I. W. Irving Mrs. S. I'ntermyer purchased two sll-1 Davids, formerly of Charleston, S. C, ver pieces, paying 1120 for a 1734 en-1 a,j nm identified with Saratoga graved tray, and lis tor nn cignieenwi century Venetian lamp. A pair nf seven- , month eoniurv Siiaiilsh silver hanging' lsmns. formerly tho property of the Mar-, quls of Montlxumaur, was bought by P. " An' aml.meSpan.!h silver lamp from the Cathedral of .laen, southern Spain, was bought by II Du Puy for $10". K. rw7.h'" !, Ivory sticks with a FraTOnnrd miniature of ii pastoral subject. A Point do France lace i.onier or mo ovonteonth century, six yards long, w.is bought by Miss Iorenz Tor 30U. Mic paid $200 for a Oros point do Venlr.o panel only out yard long and IS7.B0 for a nenoese Ince flounce. Other laco pieces purchased hv Miss Loreuz tnenniou Old Flemish flounce. $S0: Point n .mimii flounce, seventeenth century, oni Mechlin flounce, Umpire periou. ivu : Loult XV, Mechlin liorilcr. Km. 5" . T'o'nt d'Alencon garmtun, ISO; old Bucking hamshire. Ocorgo HI., laco llounee. sii. Oeorge Chelsa paid 2 10 for a seven teenth century Point do Vuilse flounce, Mennder pattern. Other buyers were Otto Hornet, old Flemish laco floounco, I12D: XV. XV, runman, .Milanese scan. C. Tinker." old muslin In - .-.! Mrs. iilan scurf. I!0 : W. W. Seaman, six teenth century Venetian nnd Greek l.i -e cover, 1110. n.ivbi Bclasro bought a pair or ren damask portieres trlmmtd with braid for J7G, Mis. Untermyer nougni n pair m red damask Louis XIV. curtains for 00 anil a yellow brocade cover of tho Iouls XIV. period for 117.50. Total sales for the day were B,865, The salt will continue this nfternoon. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. Mrs. Arthur Page Brown has an nounced the engagement of her daugh ter, Miss Agues Pago Brown, to Bay Dnriint Bowers. Miss Brown has been out In society for several years and lives with her mother nt inn nonin or nor grandfather. Judge Hoger A. Pryor, 3 West Hlxty-nlnth street. Mr. Bowers Is a son by a former marriage of Mrs. John A. Weekcs of this city and Oyster liny, L. I. He lives In Ran Francisco, whero lie Is connected with thn Northern Pacific Hallway. Miss Brown has two sisters who are married ami living there, Mrs. Austin P. Mooro and Mrs. Harry McAffc. Klio Is visiting her fiance's mother In Oyster Bay. Tho wedding will tako place early this summer. The wedding ot Miss Josephlno Mohun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mohun 3d, to Alexander Murray will tnko place on Juno 21 In Christ Church, Itldgo Bnulevnrd nnd Seventy-fourth street, Brooklyn. Invitations have been sent out for tho wedding nf Miss Bosallnd Harrison, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles it. Harrison, to Thomas Hamilton Burch In HI. Stephen's. Church on June 20 at 4 nVloek. A small reception will be held after the wedding at the home of the bride b parents, lis wen Beveniy-seconn "''fho engagement has been announced of Miss Margaret rlhilttleworth, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. H. Hluittlo.worth of Douglas Manor, tn James B. Brownaon, a trustee of tho Flushing Hospital THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, Grief. WILSONS TO ADD TO LONG BRANCH GAYETY The McAdoos and the Tumulty Family Also to Pass Summer There. Wrt Hnd. Iong Branch. N J., Is , ' The s ecretary of the Treasury and Mrs. MeAdoo are oxpectcd to occupy n ( t.ollllKe on t, Hollywood Hotel grounds , and Joseph P. Tumulty, secretary to the 1 President, nnd his family will have a mi(p noar by. The Persian Minister to ! Washington will be at the bote! for the summer. I The Hollywood has one of the finest , lm,lponnM nn ,n coa... t. i, 17 fet long and sixty feet wide and with Hi new decorations and a first clasa or chestra will bo Ihe nightly rendenvous for, dancers. The horse snow ball will be' held there. Among those who will pass the sum mer at the Hollywood are: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Content, Mr. and Mrs. Snnford Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Sailing Haruch. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barron, Mr. and Mrs. August Frank. Mr. nnd Mrs. lUr man Plaut, Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus Htlne, Mrs. Benjamin (luggenhelm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph B. Werthelm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles I. Frank, Dr. and Mrs. Albert 1 N- I0U": 'r' . ''K' M?!;J Hlchard lienzer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugo Holland Mr. nnd Mis. John W. Hyun. Mi and Mix. Maurice Blum. Mr. and Mrs. Her- uard Hosenwald und Mr. and Mrs. Km 1 1 Frank. The annex of the hotel opened len days ago nnd the main part will open on June 20. NOTES OP THE SOCIAL WORLD. Miss Kvarlita Brady will bs married to William K. Cotter of this city to-day in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Pitts burg. Miss Mary A. Kastty. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Kastty, will bo married to Clifford W. Kstes to-day in Glen Btdge, N, J. In Ht. Patrick's Cathedral to-day Miss Kllzaboth Irene Hodder, daughter of Mrs. Alfred Hodder, will be married to Lester 11. Hennessey oi Lynn, Mass. Miss Mary K. Cromwell, daughter of Mis. Hlchard Cromwell, will be married to Knslgn Newbold T. Lawrence, U, S, N to-day In the Cathedral, Baltimore. Miss Virginia Warner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Warner, will bn married to Victor II. Htockell this afternoon at tho home of her parents, 26 West Klgnty-secona street. In All Saints' Church, Madison avenue and 129th Btreet, this morning Miss Theodora I Brown, daughter of Mrs. Henry II. Brown, will be married to Dr, Joseph A. O'Connor. A reception will follow at Sherry's. Miss Caroline Alden Weir, daughter of .1, Alden Weir, president of the Na tional Academy nf Design, will he mar ried to George P, Kly this afternoon In the Church of the Ascension, A re ception will follow at 471 Park avenue, Mr. and Mih. St. George Brooke Tucker have returned from their wed ding trip to ill West Twelfth street, where they will be until the latter part' of July, when they will go to Canada. Mm. Tucker wh MIm Orace Holllngi-worth. EN0 REFUSED MILLION LOAN TO HIS BROTHER Letter Introduced in Will Fiprht to Prove Sanity Year Before Testament. A letter from Amos V. Htm to his brother. Dr. Henry Clay lino, refusing to extend 1ho latter financial assistance to the amount of $1,000,000 in take up notes on the Fifth Avenue Building. erected against the advice nf Amos F. j Hno, was offered In evidence jcMcrd.iy I l-rnr. Brr.i. (...i.t ,..i ., . I.-... .v. I. .... '"'''. 1115 lUHll-ni 111 .tlj, IIUJtt win, It wiui Introduced ns proof that Mr, I'nn'i vis-.ntni wuint, un...,.i ... i... ...... iiivmmii vuiiuiiivoi "tin rintlin III ll(r- time ho wroi. the lener n v.r i m , ' " he mado his will, and to explain his act j In cutting off Prof. Henry Lane Knni of Princeton, son of Dr. Kno, with fSO.000. The letter was offered In the exam- Inntlnn of Charles XV. Krhlsant, con - fldentlal adviser to Mr. V.ntt. The let- tor was written to Mr. Kohlsa.it from Mentone, Frame, on April 17, 1014, In reply to letters received from his brother and the Inttrr s son, Prof. Kno. Dr. Kno wrote on March 23 that the! notes wero due November 1, and ahked his brother If he would take up the notes nnd accept new ones. Prof, Kno ndded n few lines In which he sald.i Brown Bros, have laid down on ns. We hnx-e until November 1 to pay tho notes nnd will be forced tn sell every- thing wo own." Prof. Kno also wrote that his father was ill. Amos F. Kno's reply spoko of the fact that his brother, who Inherited tho Fifth Avcnuo Hotel property as IiIh share of I in estate or his father, Amos It, Kno. ,, , , , . . . had then torn down the hotel to build Pl'"'ln the Il.tn.r the nfllcc building. He ndded: 1 nt if I O.tiOO.OOH. l,vv,,rT'.,!!re1I,r),"'.,y1,"',l,,e'11 'ST Jun" . nmes J. Hill left rldo'nnd ri ilh '' l,",,t"k rc:,'lo will nnd his son. Louis W. Hill, will hex- have I. is eii 'i0'"1 ,OW" 1 I b" npsjlnted administrator and will have mlvlco and ,,w ,. ,'; ' ''1,,ln't '" ""' f vast Mill Interests. This w il. r-tniiri h - ,1 Uwy, ",",t Wr """ kn"w "''' when n petition . 1 J, ' . lo .htl1'' ' ' ttM tho Probate Court of Bam- . Inl 'in ." ",n"'r'ak0 ,h? tank." (,,unty by Mis. .lames J. Hill nnd lie xjas notllled of his brother's refusal nm ,c tippolnted mJ) inn.l.Th'k"PPrn"';,, "f M" lnu' 1 11 lh '' "ed that Mr. Hill gave away '2 ..r.t"n,l ."h".v"'.' ,hat l""'.ctloally ! mu, h of his wealth before ho died " sacrillce.l to, save the Fifth Avenue Building. The trial will continue to-day. NAT GOODWIN SUES FILM CO. f!rt Attachment, Mil y I it K l,i:,-,o ni Week Contrnrl Was llrol.en. i Vn r n,i.iM . ves erdav . " ". Donnelly against tho M rnr F o.r. ."i for $13,720 dumaees for breach of cnn. 1 tract nnd for salary due, The attach- I inent woh granted because the cornor... 1 tlon Is a Delaware concern. iWilu'ln nlloo-ou tlx.. l.A . f,; "; ""r'' "r.rvKiM .... .... .......... nm,, u. iiiuiM i mm m juiy i ei.iju a wock anil that on May 20 the defendant owed lilm three weeks pay, amounting to $3,750. At that time flirfnrrl 11 Vttirn.n,, tt.A --....I., .... . Clifford H. Harmon, tho president, tnl.l him tho company hnd only $S00 In tho bank and couldn't carry out Its eon tract with him further. He reported for work, but got none and then decided to sue. Astor Bitot Car-den Opened. The roof garden nn the Hotel Asm wn formally opened Inst nltcht with a "Fete Champetie." at which neaily 2,000 pcniona were piesenl. The opening was under Hit. nusjilum nf the New Yotk City Fealoratlnii of Women's Clubs, nnd the visitors were rocelxed by the Presl dent, Mrs. Ktigeno J, f irant. Dances bv Mltxs Cynthia Perot ami Lloyd Fanning and muslo by tho Mnrltnha Band worn features of thn entertainment, .rtiorl llmiso l.enaed, De Blols & lOldrldge hnvo sub-lea-ed for Alexander S. Cochran of New Vorl the place known us Sea Cove, Prices Neck, Ocean avenue, Newport, H. I tn tho Hon. Muntiug'h O'Brlon, Mllltnry Attache of the British Kmbimsy, for Ihe coming summer. This place Is one of tho re cent purchases of Norman dclt. White-house. $3,500,000 LEFT TO THE CAROLINE REST Will of the Late George IT. S. Schrailcr Is Filed for Pro bate, at White Plains. PJIOOF OF DEATH LACKING Wiutk Plains. N. T.. June . The will of the late George H. 8. Schroder, a well known manufacturer of Brook lyn nnd a philanthropist of considerable note, who Is believed to hnvo died at son on November 16, 191fi, was filed with Surrogate Sawyer at White Plains to-day. The enllro estate of moro thnn 13. 100,000 la bequrnthed to tho Caroline Best of Hartsdalo. Thin Institution, which was founded by Mr. Rchradcr. Is n home for convalescent women with children and Is regarded as ono of the finest Institutions of its kind around New York. , Tim will was filed by the Title Ottar nnteo nnd Trust Company of New York city and tho proof of death, which Is not definitely determined, Is furnished to the court on "Information nnd belief" In nn affidavit of William H. Hwing. trust officer, as the petitioner for tho probate of tho will. The only known rclatlvco of the late Mr. Schr.idor nro Hmma A. C. Bchrader, now In Copenhagen, Denmark, nnd two half-sisters. Melanin A. I. Knpff. l'.'l Clinton street, Brooklyn, and Augusta Moitclmeyer nf Berlin, Germany. None of Huso Is mintl-ined in the will. The will Is dated August 7, l'JOS, and was witnessed by Karl C. Mcrtz of Port Chester, Wllllnm T. Simpson of New York city and Benjamin H. Halen-slofi-r, S1 Kast nighty-olghth street, Manhattan. Tho will provldra that all nf tho ee-tnto shall go tn the New York Association for Improving tho Condition of the Poor, to bo applied tn tho homo known ns Caroline Best, In Hartsdale, Westchester county. Tlie nJIIdavU shows that Mr. Schrader died at eea on November lf, 1915. Tho news of his death enmo to this country In January and Dr. 11. Hrncst Bchmld of Whlto Plains, n lifelong friend of the philanthropist, said he believed Mr. .i-hr.icler's di.ith wa duo to his love for humanity which moved h!m to devote mi nunh of his encrcy to Jmprovlng the condition of tho unfortunate that he suf fered u neivous breakdown. At the time of his death, nccordlng to ii cah nuss.ign received by friends. Mr. Sehui'ler was on a small boat vlylng between Iceland and Norway. Ho was last seen lying In his berth and later It w.i announced that he bail gone over board. Ho went to Iceland to estab lish homcM on tho Icy barrens for ponle m they would hae shelter from tho u:nti blasts. BRYCE ESTATE TO FAMUY. Wife of ex-llepreoiiHill r I. .'ft I'rinu :i,ooo,hh in .-,, non, ono. Minkola, June 6. Disposing of an estato estimated at from 13,000,000 to J5.000.000. the will of Hdlth Copper Brce. wife of Lloyd S. Bryce, ex-Hep- rcsentatlve, was filed for probato hero to-day. Tho entire estate Is left to the members of her family. Mrs. Bryce died at her home In Manhattan, but had n country place at Hoslyn. imc-lnlf of tho residuary estate, whbh represents the major portion of Hie property. Is set luslde for the use of l.er miMi.iml. I'pon his death one e'gh'h "f his share goes tn daughters who may bo living, one-eighth to the isue of such daughters, nisi the re m.ilnder tn the son, Peter Cooper Bryce 'f there nro no daughters or their sur- vixors living tiu principal or tne iiu 1'ind's share goes to Peter C. Bryce. I fj,(. .,n. Thn mih receive also tho use. of one fourth of tho rfslitiiiirv out ut p. nnd th . - ' trustees of his Hi.ire. who aro himself nnd his father, aro illnoctcd to pay tn blm out of his share $100,000 when lie shall graduate from college and obtain I tho degree of bachelor of arts or some .othir equally hlich degree. At tho age of h Is to get $100,000 more, and 1 at 3o he will be paid $500,000 out of j his share. i The lemalnlng fourth nf tho residuary estate goes eiiially to two daughters, HJ'.tli Claire Cram, wife of J. Sergear.t i Cram of Vtestbury. L. I., and Cornelia I!. Plnchot of Mtlford, Pa. They each receive u life estate, and upon their death their shares .ire to go outright n their children, It is provided that upon tho tormina- ' tlon of any life estate where the share J will go to the surviving Issuo, and none j l,r' living, such sh.iro shall go tn Cooper ' t'nloti for the advancement of science and arts. HILL'S SON ADMINISTRATOR. Tin. xaluo of tho estato Ik nbiee.l . JH'.OOO.OOO. .Mr, Hill held comparatively I little teal estate. Tho petition gives Hie real properly a 3!i0,O0O valuation, the f.eim nt North Oaks Is placed nt , Jioo.ooj nnd ihero Is the home on Sum mit avenue. The petitioners nro Mary T. Hill, widow; James N. Hill. Buth Hill Heard, i i . H 1 11111 - line "" '. -uvry inn, ijerinum I Y. "". Charlotte ' 1,11 hm" "' Mr. Ilillloniii'a "Will t'phrld A Jury before Surrogate Fowler do. cltlod i yesterday that no undue Inlluencet been exerted to Induce Mrs. Marvi llllil l.jwxr. AnHa,1 I,!. lf- ti -""i , ..... ... -, inuiuinn, iiiii- i ncian ami ciom. irienu or Blohard Cioker, tn leave a third of her $000,000 Blchard i estato to the Sisters of St, Vincent de 1 ill n.i.1 ,1 1 1.I.1 lm -I t ,..,l.. Paul and disinherit certain relatives. William Travors Jerome appeared for the executors under tho xvlll. Tho testimony war. mcli that the Surrogate directed a verdict liphnldlug tlie xvlll, NEW "FOLLIES" IS PRODUCED y.leufeld Minn- In IN Her lies nrnniilit Out In Allni.lle City. ATI A STIC ClTV, Jnno Tho tenth sn- nlversary proiluction of the "Zlegfold Follies" look place In the Aiollo Theatre beio to-ntglit Nod Wayhurn staged thn work, which Is offered In two nets and eighteen scones by Joseph I'rban. The book nnd ln aie by fieorse V. Ilohart mil lleno Buck Louis lllrsch, Dave Ilalg, Jiisilno Jnhnstotio, Marlon Dnxies, Helen Bariies, Hazel Lewis, Cladys Fold man, F.vnlyn Conway, Bert Williams, Bornnrd (Irsmille, Sam 11, Hardy, W. C. Fields, William Bock, Ihe Arnant Brothers, Carl Randall, Don Barclay and others. Si,.. and Jerome Kern contributed ""!'' ""1 tn"M,'l V,, ., 1 t.. I'ltDI". SAMl'lll. MACAUI.CY JACKSON .pi L, i, i,.,. ,. , ,. ef the faculty nf New York University, who The cast includes Inn Cl.ilte, Fanny ,n.ri Anni.t 191 j, left an est ite of ,n . Ilrlco.-Anna I'eiinllittloti. Frances White. (S: lie save f 1 H0.t)5rt to hla brother, Bird Alllmnii. Allvn Klner. Kmnm Mahol llenrge T .larkaon. and 15,000 tn h .l.ter. WASHINGTON LETTERS 80LD. Thrrr fo Tnllnr Alio lit Drill y-it Uniforms Are Anrtloncil HIT. That Ocorgo Washington was sorely disappointed becauso ho did not reoelvo his full drest military uniform In tlmn for his birthday ami tho wedding of his adopted daughter, Nclllo Custls, Is clearly Indicated In tho throo autograph letters written tn .lumen McAlpIn of Philadel phia, which wero sold yesterday nt tho Anderson (Inllerles to ,1. A. Wilson. Tho letters aro remarknblo for the chlrography, which Is scarcely Indlca tlvo of tho ndvanclng ngo of tho writer. It Is exceptionally firm "nnd clear, with perfect nllgnmont. Tho stilt could not be completed until It was sent to Kurope, owing to thn lack of gold thread In this country, and Washington had to attend tho wedding In .lint burf and bluo uni form. Tho last of tho three watt writ ten oxaotly flvn months before his death. Thoy sold for 1150, $135 nnd 15.r.. Another Washington autograph In his famlll.tr hand, with roferenco to build ing two houses In Washington, was bought by Mr. Wilson for $170. A Hobert Iouls Stevenson letter, writ ten on board the steamship Mariposa en route to Australia, whero ho went m search of health, nnd signed 'Thomas Applejohn, ono of the quaint appella tions he used when writing to his friend Baxter, was sold to Scrlbnors for iS. Another Stevenson letter, written from Apia, Samoa, to O, A. M. Stevenson, Now York, was bought by A. I:. Stevens for ISO. A Thackeray letter to his American publishers, complnlnlng becauso tho Now York Tribune was reprinting "Tho Vlr glnlatiM" mid hurting the Harpers' Issuo of the story on which ho was to receive, a royalty, was bought by (labrlel Wcls for K.I. 40 WELLS GIRLS GRADUATED. S!ll,nni Itnlseil TiMinrd loii.noo I'llnil for ('nlloe. Arnrn.v, N Y., Juno r, A rlass of foity members was graduated from Wells College to-day. Aurora was crowded with visitors, who witnessed many ceremonies during tho past week. Announcement was made that 1214,- 000 had been raised toward tho Itnn.ono required In a conditional gift of jioft.00') by the Oenenil Education Board, and an extension of time will bo asked. Al though thn gills labored haul, tho large sum could not bo raised In lime. Mnny dollars uimo from fees paid for hair dressing, sowing, mending and other menial tasks performed by tho college girls. EDWARD L. DOBBINS. MlltliMl llenelll Insiirnnee fit. lee Preshletit Dies, Ajteil 74. MoimtsTowN, N J., June (I. IMward L, Dobbins, 7 ye.irs old, til it vl. e-piosl-dent of tho Mutual lictietlt Llfo Insur. anco Company of Newark, died tn-d.iy at his homo hero. Mr. Dobbins was horn at Mount Holly. N. J. Ho was educated at Pennington Seminary, Pennington, N. J., and then studied law at the Albany law Sclioo.. He was admitted tn the bar In 1S35 He served In the olvll war, becoming i lieutenant. Afterward ho practised law, but gave this up when ho h.- caino assistant secret Ty of the Mutual. He became vice-president In 1H05. Mr Dobbins was n director of tho National Newark Banking Company ami of tho American Insurance Company. For six years h was president of the Newark Board of Education. Ho wis i trustee of the Centenary ColtegUtn lnsti. tute of Hackcttstown, of Drew Theo logical Seminary and of tho Morrlstuwn Memorial Hospital. Wlllliiin Adrt.in Sn.lt It, Jr. Passaic. N. J., June Wllllim Adrian Smith, Jr., who was connciteil with tho llnnoxvr Bank. Now York, died last night In the P.iss.il.- iiener.il Hos pital following iui opi ration for nppon ileitis. Ho was bom In Jersey City and nimo hero with hi" j.arx" ts scvernl i.irs an, He Is Mirvived by his wife, who was Mtss Kthel Ferris, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Fern, tills city, whom ho married about n month ago. .Mre, lnry A. l.oti, MoN'tclaiii, June f. Mrs. Mary A Low, 7.1 ye.irs old. died last night In the home of her son-ln-lnw, Wllllnm K Bloodgooil, '.' tlates avenue. She w.is tho widow of Alexander II. Low. She leaves two tons, J Brnwn Low nnd Arthur Low, and a daughter. Miss Sarah Low. all of New York Another daugh ter, Mrs. Bloo.lgood, died several ..ears ago. Benjamin T ciirltm. Hi:mpstkap, L. I., Juno 0 - -Iteniamln Treadwoll Searing, CO years old, whoso ancestors settled on long I!and more than 2.10 years ng, iiie.l at his home to-day of n compile. ltlon of diseases. Ho was tlie son of Dr Gideon yiihol.is Sear ing nnd Sainh Kllzaboth Seaman, ll -i Xiidow, Kmnia A. Searing, a brother, Samuel, and Mm. Klizabe'h Peel; nf Jacksonville, Fin., n sister, survive. Col. Walter II. HolcltUln. Walter Brynnt llotrhkln. formerly Colonel nf the Twenty-second Cmps nf Kngineers, died last night of lixer trouble In tho Pivbyterlan Hospital, lie w is in tho National Guard for thii ty-three years and during the Spanish war fought with both the Twenty-second and Twelfth regiments. Ills funeral will bo u mili tary one from the armory of the Twenty second Heglment, IfiMIl strei t ami Fort Washington aviiiue. Ilrrmnn II. Ogllrn, f.T. years nld. Herman II Ogdeu, formor member of the llrm of itiis.ell, Irving .t Co., n builders' hardware con corn, died yesterday nt Ills homo, 201 Carroll street, Brooklyn. rroderlok XV. Crecellus. Frederick W Creoelliis, 00 years old, of College Point, L. I died In his hnnio, iM Second avenue, Monday night. One son and two daughters survive. WILLS AND APPRAISALS. nn.N'JAMIN ftTltnNO. who d(,1 Vovsni br r. lint, lift 1. 51,531, or wiilih ;j;-. went to nie wionw, Aiieni) i urrey sir I."'' ''t U.,lno t his nur.'. Ilr.rn Mane 11 V., ' ..JK "''.. .l 1,M.1 IlCMtOrilUA SV 1IMII.T wh In i.rnki n or.i,e, mt. ,,,, ,.,.n;, will, b goet to lier nnlli.i, i.tu.-k t Si'hniMt, and her brother, WtM.im A Minim, in snares oi i:t ui. earn AHTIH'It 11 MBHIxVirif. u lany er. hn lied July II l.ut. I'd tl.13,:x: to hit il tiiBlilera, (Irnro A. redgwb-k nnd Suaan S. Hwillll. Ills bonks, "Till Mlsuro of Baniagea" nnd "llleinenta of I).ini,.Ke," wero HiprnHeil at ll.Ouu unit K5') restioc lively A lini.A IVV. II. CllOMWTI.I.. who dlffl on .Iiinu.irv Jt. lust end w.it h res l.lont or ''ran ford. N J.. left mi estmo of KOO.OO In New York, cotislaiJiiK of the property st 2il to ll-i West llilh atre.'t She h'l 172.000 In personul property and g.ns her entire estnt. lo her son. John II Croinwel, Mlt.s, I'AllUI.INi: A. UMllClNH, who ilO'il III Brooklyn on .lulv I. met, left a net eeUto of 117.042 loj, of wiilih Ii -r hiisbanil. I'ranci. It Minoinns, fri f 4 T.oOiJ In trul. Tho .h,ire nf tb oilier imua tlcbirles, Imiinllnic remainder Inleieita In lli trust fiinrt, are nppral.ei) u. rollowei Louise and Murguerlie Sinuixina, ilaushtnre, i i.G.fcsa t-.ien, xnni i.iitiitnirtn, anotiier tlHUghier. $.I,7A. Henry I!, ai.d Ward V. Hlinuiona. eons. :.. ;oo. anil ib.!!. rripee In Uw. Catherine XV. Jucknon. The ITm mnii Christian Cnllego got $lS,ilnA nnd 12,600 went lo the Prlsoa Association of New York. Four other organisations got $1,000 each. Bo had IDS. 000 la resl emiit... securltlea worth $.'.3,393 anil his library n apnraianu ai i.'.iimi. ills cum right, of the "Life of ZwnnK'l" and tho "Life ot iiunniaicr were aiiprJi.cn ai i.u. i 11 Concluding Session of "Last Sale of the Season" This (Wednr.dn) Allrrnnnn at tlM The Molt Important Items el The Btackborne Collection Antique Fans Beautiful Antique Laces Brocades and Velvets. Also a Few Tapestries, Fine Oriental Rugs and Draperies Belonging to the Estate of the Late Lorcna L. Barber and Old Arms and Weapons ana Loiumbui Kelics Belonging to the Estate of the Late Senhor Salvador de Mendonca, The ilr. Will lie Ciiiiriurlert by ... SHI. IHOMAS I;, klltlir and hit UMl.tam. .Mr. lliio llernel, of the American Art Association, Managers 3. snd l'.u,t St.. MadUt n.. Ho. TUXEDO READY FOR ITS ANNUAL HORSE SHOW Miuiy Entries in Clauses West Pointers to Take Pnrt in Events. l i'XKPn Pahk. N. J.. Juno B. The un nual luxeiln horse show, ono of tho star events on tho calendar nt Tuxedo, will be held on Friday and .Saturday. There nro firty.thren classes nnd every one has a largo entry. Tho local talent will be tho feature, as the colonists have worked hard to miihn a good showing. Much Interest has been taken In the military t-enls by West Pointers. There will bo entries of oltlcers, hunters. Jump e chargers nnd pacers together with II. o local entries. In addition there will be also mounts, harness horses, road sters, saddlo horses, troltora und novices entries. This execute i committee are: Theo dore FrelliiKliuysen, president ; George Orlswuht, Mcu-pi-eslilent ; V. M. V. Hoff mini, treasuier, P l.orlll.iril, Jr.. sec ntary. A. 1). .luilllard. W. A Harrimnn, Itlch.ud .Mortimer, Henry M. Tllford, Hubert 'lot-let, Oscar J. Brand, Ambrose Miineld, HI. hard iJelafleld, Oeorgn Grant Mason, C It. Alexander, N. L. It. IMgar and J. InsU-y lll.ilr The Judgo for hunt ers and Jumper and for raddle ponies Is Fletcher Haipcr. for chargers will be Col. I lelievolse of Brooklyn , polo mounts, John 13, Cowdin; trotters and roadsters, U. . J. McVlcknr. Among tho local entrants arc Hlchard Helnlleld. Mrs. Preston Davie. Mrs. For sytlie Wickes. p, Uirlllanl. Mrs. Dovld Wngst.iir, Mi- Henry 1. U'hlttleld and Mrs. utor lirlmwnod. ANNA BOYD'S FUNERAL TO-DAY. she Wits tho Orluluttl WldiMT Is. " Trip tn Clilnntonn" Here). Anna Boyd, -a ho mado a reputation nil over tho United States as tho ll'lrfoto In "A Trip to Chinatown," will bo burled tn-d.iy, the Actius Fund h.nlng taken charge nf the funeral. Shu was too 111 when the fund was c.illed in tn look nftor her tn give .my account of her condition. She died nt 30 Vii Twenty. third street on Monday. .Mtss Itiiyd. who wis the original IPniiii- wb. n the piece w.is act. d In 1S91 at the .Madison SiUiio Theatre, ap peared conspicuously first In "Zlg Zag" nnd lute r In a play bv Franklin Fyies, i ailed "Outlook," wbnh was given by Dav.d llelascn. She then supplanted l .iy ienipleton, who went to Paris, In iler.diick Hudson,'' and soon after was ing.igid by Charles Hoyt to appear In "A Tilp to Chinatown." Slio acted the piece for two years nt tho Madison Suiiaro Theatre, appearing with Harry tvniir and the famous compiny which .utiil this play si long. After tliree yi.irs Miss Boyd Joined the forces of 1 Hi lleudcisou, appearing til "Aladdin, Jr. ' It was during the run nf this play tb it shu Intro, lirvil to .New- workers "Her lioldcn Hall- Was Hanging Down Her Back." Miss Boyd married Joseph Coyne and tor a time retired fioni the stage. Later they worn dlvoned. Sho was last seen at tho Liberty Tbiatre three ye.irs ago with Mitzl llajos, when she appeared In a muslc.il M-rsl'iii of "Such a Llttl-j ijuetii. ' ARRIVALS AT TILE HOTELS. Broslln B. II, Joins, Hlmlrsi W. I., liali. M. Louis. Illltmort Italnn I A (Vindsll, Chicago. Mr mill .Mi. i; N. Ul.ieeptt, 1'reeport, 1. I. linrlilre IMwiird K nl., Worcester, Man. ; Kraiik W. Morse, I'hU-ngo; A. V. Ml.ler, Il.illiiuoro. Knl. kerlun k r Mr anil Mrs. J. II. Con way, lietrolt. Mr iiiul Mrs. K. ; Perkins, .Xi-ii orluaim, Mr. and .Mrs. lluyd Perry. Atlanta. Waldnrf-Aslnrln Mr sn.l Mr. C. M. I.' i. l'Jil ailripMn Mine Fchtiuiann ltnii.k. Chicago; Mrs. A. U. Congdon, llo.ton, McAlpln lir. Cii.iilm II Monro, (.reens b,,r.,. N C ; I tr ami Mis. I A t'etereon, J.ii u.nnvtlle, I'lft , l' I'lim-y Uoyd, Clucaiio. Maiihattnii Mr ami Mr.. .1 It. Niehola, Barlfurd. Mr uiil Mis, tb urco Alexsndsr miiikk, !-' : Mr. nil Mrs. J. W. Al en., Ila ttlniil e The Ixirralne -Mr iiii.I Mrs T. T OafT, Wii.liliiKteii , Mr. sist Wtt Airre.i lionlen, l-hill llll's. N. J . .Mr und Mr.. . J, ..Uip.-i)ll. UUIIUiU'iv. II. 'I. hnvo -Mr -nut Mis John Hobert.. ltu.tiiiiiire, Mr an I Mr. linrfco Holt. 'h!irlsM..n s ' M. .i.-i Mis. lloviaiij XX iiMi, st l.uiila .in mi Al - ami Mr Arthur Merrl ni.in. Mis .1 V Mnithms. M nphla; Mr .mi xit. Wimif. k I'btUilelpliU, 1 r met M-. .l'ic-1 i.ro- ll.ll"ll, l'llnca tun 3IA 111! I Ml). Hl'f-nt.l. Rri'AttT On Tue1ey, Juns f. m the rifih Avenue Presbyterian i'htiri"h. I')' til" llev J. Itoee Stevenson, It. p., tho llev Hobert M, Kueaelt, ! 1 , an I ihe llev. Jun Pslmer, Ph !., I" len. daughter of Mr. an1 Mrs Jninna M.ir.bali Htuart, to the llev. ItObert M. ItUfeell, Jr. J)JED. BOYD --Anna Services "THE FTfNKTlAL CBPIICII," 20 Weet Twentyvtjjlra (Campbell Building), Wednesday morn lnir, It o'clock. Aueplcea Acton Fund. LOW.--At Montclalr. N. J on June , Mary A widow of Alexander U. Law, In her seventy-fourth year, lunrsl eervlce will t held t her late rr.lilence, 9 (lotos nvenue, Wednesday, it Sits V. M, Lackawanna, train leave Twenty-third etreet at Jill P, M, In. torment at the convenience of the family. ClltJI.T'.l-:.- Al niltherford, N, J., Ida. Kat Leonard KiiiuIlM, the wlf of Ihe late IMnnrd Si-hulti", nt the reel, dence of her daughter. Mre. Everett r. Yen Matir, on June t. IPIH. Hervloea piiwtte on t i-dne.day at con xenlenre of the fiunlly WILCOX - Sml.Iri.lt . n. on r'unilay, .luni- I Wilcox, Pllliersl service, 'n V at his bite bono 1'ater.i.ii, N J m I Vi.er.on. I VI It i 1