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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1916. NORFOLK FESTIVAL LOEFFLER'S STORY ! . flfisloll roiniMISrp's SyillllllOIIV I ' 1 I Mosl linpnHnnl Fciitiirc of 1 i KWIHlint CollCCrtS. CIK'KA li SIN(!I(J KINK ' 1 Tttp annual music festival at Nut folk, Twin which I' regarded by all intisl flans ns tlte highest Might of musical Idmlisiii In the lulled SiatPs, cmito to lis einl on Thursday evening xxith a rnti nf mrt.l eenprons iirrttwirl l.ois 'Ph.. TH programme of Tuesday tallied ; Charles Martin t.oerfler's sxmphnny en-, titled "Hnr.i Mystlea." the Brahms r.pnen, an,, thP line,- piano concert,, j Mr Lneftlers work wns written for this ; festival, .mil according to the Norfolk custom was conducted hy the composer I The ..n,o,,,x In the Brahms work werP j rierriiir ffacle. kiruonc. The conductor was Arthur Mees, replacing Hlchiuond I. Talne. the regular conductor, now enjoy, ins li Sabbatical ear of rest. The rl.inl.1' wis the llrnzlllan, CiUlomar ,S'e ao., The Tuesday night concert offered rolling of noxelty This was hecauo fere en masters ha been ton much oc Ciipleil w Ih war thoughts and labors to oept the ItiMtatlonB of the I.ltchtlcl.l Couniy Choral rnlon to write for It. The tlrt two parts of Hntdn's "Crea tion," IWthoxen'H violin concerto and the "Leonorc" oxerture. No. 3, wero Six en, The slngerw xvere .Miss Hlnkle, Tsui Al'lioiiFe and Herbert Wlther fpMn. nliur Mees conducted the ora- tnrle. ri-'ij hrelslcr xvas the violinist. ard tlic two lleethoven nilinliers xxerw eenrlueted by Henry I'. iSchinltt, a Xct- tran nt these festivals. Mhldleton In Amnio' IMilre. On Thursday night Tschalkow sky's flf'h svmphony and jilano concerto xvere plated, followed by Victor Herbert's Irish rhapsody. Then Arthur Mlddleton. I bafo of the Motrojoltii Oppr.i House, nr.g the prologue to "r.igll.iccl" and the Lurco al fattotum" from "II Ilarblcre t Sulslla." These numbers xxere to hive been sung by Mr. Am.ito, but he wis 1" Percy Oralngcr'.s new suite, "In a Nutshell." for orchestra, piano and -ernl other Instruments, had Its flrit II.Mrlnr, with the composer at the piano. lie aiso piayeu tne Tsctialkoxvskv con- Iee.-to. Nlcdal's "Merry Wives of Wind for" oxerture served hh a reference to the Shake-peare tercentenary, and the leonrert ended wl'h "America," sung bv ehoru nnd audience. Henrv lladlev conduced the xvhole concert, evrept the Ora inter composition, xxhlch fell to the I lot of Mr. Mees. Tlioi-c who know the hlstorv of the Norfolk festivals will see that the su preme artistic purpose xx-as partly de- leaieu. ino i.itcntiem County Choral I'nmn Is composed of some S00 wingers from fixe toxxns, xvho hax-e been brought together and provided with a music hall in .Norfolk by the bounty of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoeckel. They finance the Ilr.the project, which U thu .ii.l.lrd to b fren of ad commercial necessities. No tickets are sold am neon e can hear 1Ui.e concerts only by perfonnl Invitation f ome member of the chorus. Tie aim of the scheme Is to cultlx-ate Itmons the people of the county a lox-e irer tne nest In music, and composers ar Itskel each year to prepare works epe- cens. t ne cliorus is one of tho flniwt . l!n th world. Tho programmes glxen I lnhove show that the most competent 1 Itoioifls are engaged. The orchestra Is I helped by Mr. Schmltt. chiefly If not j wholly from tho forces of the Phllhar- rr.mlc Society of this city. When a com-' roer comes upon the stage to conduct Ihis own work the entire audience nnd 1 .1. , . , ..... . ' r ;'a" " T" " ' fromnently.on. the programme his por-1 tra.t hanKs In the ccirtre of tho platform. tinny Pro in the Country. Nor Is the audience the least Interest ing feature of these festivals. Most nf !t consists nf people from surrounding . towns, A few c.ime from as far as Hart- - . -.. . ..w .... ..... ..p........' ... 'h S'ate. The Cnverrrfir attended the Friday pprformanie, but there are more plain citizens than statesmen, and they I rten with the nrofoiindest attention. 1 TV,.,. n . , ... . , , I -... nni' ll-.lljll-ll .,f liU,M lUUnil n1 to render homage first of all to those who create It, without forgetting the priceless mlnlMrntlons of those who In- , terprer ,t. Professional musicians go to th concerts when possible. Among I thojn pri-ent were Pi of. Horatio Parker of Vale. Frank Damrosch, Bfrem Zim bslltt. Alma flluck. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Minnes. Itaxvllns !:. Cottenet of tho Met -opolltan Opera House direction was !o present. The Important production of this year's fee t val was Mr. Lne tiler's "Hora Myttira," It was a foregone conclusion that the composer of "Lo Mort de Tlntn Kilet" and "A Pagan Poem" would carry otieth ng Intensely Interesting tn Nor folk, Tho writer had ill mind the moods cf a pilgrim xvnnderlng through a land of Ineffahle beauties anil dually pausing In rapt contemplation before a cathedral !thln which tho monks were, celebrat Irs; the mystic hour following vespers. V symphony Is built around the charts "Tu autem in nobis es. Domlne, "In minas tuns, Domlne, commendo . Pirjtiitn ineum" nnd the -Salve Itcglna " T'.s chanting nf the monk Is glxeu to trmale chorus and Is heiiM toward the .m JJ19 ".r,U '"Vlr 'no'l0t,on'; js.in.t th cont m atlon of the orchestral d xe,p,nent. Hells and their hounds 'i'"-y" i m '""" '"-.lio rjrrn.Mr.il of notes, 1) D K V A It, comes from a veiy old Hcncdlctlne monastery. Oration nf Vigorous Mind. It xxould be futile to attempt a detailed Ascription of the symphony, which Is In one long movement and ver) closely dexelop.d Indeed It xvould b linpos ibis to give anything approaching nn derpiate nnalysin of such a composi tion without hearing It Hires or four times t H very long and not In a "vie likely to court popular favor, but " mule Hie Impression of largeness of roil e,,t ion, depth of feeling and power ef utterance It is the creation nf a vlcnrou tn,nd nml an extieniely sen. It'i.) fj-Hrit To thoi-e who know the nit of Mr. l""IHrr this xvlll not be an unexpected 'tati-nient lie s a singer of Intensely Ir.rllvHuil instrumental niigs, following In the lead of cettiiln French moderns, rut nexer weakly Imitating tln-in or '-tiling to (Mablltdi character of their 0Ra He I a man nf exiiulsilely if lined tine rouple.1 with all Introspective cant if thought nnd a phllnuuphy of musical rt which liinludrH a reverent and some h.it solitary scrutiny of a most chant.) M'-h a one of Its chief features. fu, li a man cannot make music as jn 1 riii'itiiinniHiit, Ho nicaks In pro 'ouni i'i noiiutieps, Ills art Is a religion '! .l.eis in a region which Invariably Utrgoits m Hip experienced listener thn r't or ancient Hellenic thought. With '! ilwibt Mr. Loitftler's Hyinphony will heard -n Nexv York III the not distant 'Hire i will then h possible lo give 'I ai fit tlier study xxhlch It nhiiiild " l.efoie nnythliig really Informing Mn be wrllten nbnut It, The cue other novelty was Mr, (Iraln Prom the first nlglit to the last c( Hie fesilval was a long leap, for Mr. llralnger In a pnnslonnte folk lorlst mid his suite "In a Nutshell" Is In his favorite. Meld. There nre four move- m-iii!., -Arrival Platform llunilcl." day Hut Wistful" (tunc In a popular .Ollllon Hit In V tmsforal. iin.l lrnM..I.,a. March." The first Is llin nr nf inn. young nun's humming fancy turns f"' "rival ;f sweetheart by r'"' '',0,", I" tlio sort of thing tA.ri'r ,ejPK 'irossmitii sings, a p.i- rii 1 Is ulwiiys pastoral. Cnrmtiilks "'e Just Inhabitants of Victoria. Mm- ti.illn, like .lr. tiraliigcr. Me has hail the tlnio of his life writ. liilf this piece. There Is llrst of all a "l,"lf ."y'l'lmnlo orrhoHtrn. Thc-n there, !l I'l'"'". wlilth In plajed hv hand In the i-oiuiiion fashion till In tiic closing measures of the ii.mioi-.il ih. .- iii-ii up im minting on the .platform draws a lianinipr. such as imp uses fur .. ....miner or a ocnin.iioii alnl sillkcs llirre tlrh nml mutinous notes hy hit. ting tin- strings of Hip liistiununt.' Then there Is an array nf porctissivn in.tr,,. nioms of the xylophone ami m.irlmln Plimto fainllles. Tiiere Is a wood... "rrni koiis or i,,.immrs ami u nn-i.i of luye,s. NV. one wlahor un.ler ll.e 1 ileluslon that this Is very soilous iiuisle. I "l,,rc are moments' when the pan-1 ZXtJC. 'Tie I other movement aro .-lever and mice! Mr. (irulngor's wnywnnl humor. ' ",c (-'"rlatks March, which sounds ,Z?Td "X WLX? t imir una composition. There, will .-- iiu u.wiKcr oi us railing asleep. Much Worth While. Aside from these two novelties there "ere many things worth while In the festival. Probably the Kteatcst musical moments were those ,,f the nohlo per form.ince of the llrahms tlequlem. The chorus sane so heautirtillv n,..t ..-m. .....1. technical llnlsh that Its every utterance ! """i nuir m en n jiy even If the music had been Im slorlous In Itself. Mr Mees ilrserves IiIkIi praise for his work In preparlm; this admirable perform mice. Tho soloists am! the orchestra hu. ,hclr fU" 'linre to th0 The old oratorio of Haydn was ex cellently sunt; also. Miss Hlnkle re peated the hlKhly finished Terfortnance Mie iccenily K,-,ve In New York. Mr. XUtherspoon pan,; 1,1., lwM Kr.-ls:er. too. wn In fine form and hls peiformancc of the Heethovcn concerto was one of th memorable features of the festival. Interesting again win the readlnR of the (Idee piano concerto BUen by the little llrazlll.m pianist, ".uloinnr Novacs. It was not the con cntlnnal riNulIni: mid It wius perhaps not tho most satisfying; hut It was tilted with the slncularly i-.iptjvatlnc mus'cal pen-onallty of this gifted younc woman. And It wax a very musical performance rich in delicate tints and In Its disclosure of sensitive feeling, Mr. c.ralnger played the Tschalkowskv concert., with his ilsu.iI brilliance of stylo. Henry Hadley must hno a Ko,l!y share of thanks for his contribu tions to the festlvnl, .-peclnlly for an excellent delHery of the i: minor svm phony of Tfclnlkowsky. Lastly there inun be a word for Mr. Mlddleton. who astonished the visitors from this city by the dramatic ft-rvor of his prologue and tho xerve and elasticity of his "Largo al F.ittotuni." "THORWOOD" SUFFRAGE RALLY. Mr. Henry O. Vlllsr.l Hostel of Westchester District OmanUnt Inn. Ponns Kkiibt. N. v.. June 9 More than a hundred prominent -tn frnglsts to-day attended a rally" held Tn "Thorwood," the country home of .Mrs Henry O. Vlllard. They listened to speeches by Prof. David Seville Muzzey of Columbia Unlxerslty. Mrs. James Ix-es LMdlatv. Mrs. Carl Osterheld nnd Mrs. Marvin J Wynne. Prof. Muzzey outlined wom.in's relopment from the sax age state to the . :" " "'""-v. nioteinrm, . " EIL"V"''.1 VTnX -y'ltlty In, '' , lr ,n(r?ir't " ""' high stand- : !' . Ci..V , , t,r,SPnt I'0"l"n by 1 n"'"'l'I0"0' J'1'?!'"'?' .?.ni1 ,by C P , " ' ' hnth "f whlch , , , niTitn,.. .' ! history of woman suffrage, nnd allowed ............ .11 ...k ,11.11 IJIT- I.-lIll 1 ......i... ... Ulllt' to gloat over the Insertion Into! ft ' of - Vlank sup- The oillcers of the Woman's Suffrage Association of the Fourth Assembly dis trict of Wesichester county are: Mrs, Marvin J. Wynne, leader; Mrs. Henry O. Vlllard. .Mrs. Marshall H.icon and Mrs. Leo Hackland. vice-lenders : Mrs William G. Carlton, treasurer; Mrs. C. , .,i.ii(., ttiiitii.,, , ,in, tt fliirr uiillf-n, cur- responding secretary, nnd Mrs. Jeanette Mackenzie, recording secretary, TJOTPC nv mrp citt wnuTTk , W A A-W VA A il-U DUblAil VV VXVAJJ, Mr. and Mrs. Cnurtlanrtt D. Karnes, ' who xvere at the Vanderhllt for a fexv Yn,"V.,. Vw m l "-mirsi. 1. Jher" fy u1" va" XhP "'""" 1 at- w.-.i.iiiig ot ..lies .iiarina .1. sicnoi son. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel M. Nicholson, to Nelson Doubleday of this city xvlll he celebrated to-day In Clraco Church, Providence. Mlsa Lucy rsronson King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ICdward Ilronson King, xvlll be married to Otis Allen Olaze brook, Jr., of Elizabeth, N. J., to-day In Christ Church. Nexv Hrlghton, S. I. Mrs. L. Holmes Crlmmlns, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Artemas H. Holmes, will be married to Charles L. Hoffman this afternoon In the Park Avenue Prcsby terlan Church. A roceptlon will folliw at the homo of her parents, 453 Madison avenue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orson Kllborn cele brated their first xveddlng anniversary by giving n dinner last night at the ti'llti nnre . nfterwnrd Inking their euests lo the Adelphl.i Theatre, where they raw moxing picture made at the time of tne xveddlng ceremony. I Christ Church. Cambridge. Mass, ,,.,",. Mlsa Anstlss Weston, daughter , of M' ,, MrSi Roll(I.t R Wostoni wl married to W. Hut er Duncan Dana. a son of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Paul Dana of 1 Fifth avenue. A reception will follow nt the home of tho bride's parents. In tho Church of tho Advent, Ikwton, to-day Miss Margaret McKIm, daugh ter of Kmest II. McKIm, will bo mar ried to Itlchard Kent, son of the late Mr, and Mrs. William Kent of Tuxedo Paik. Nono but relatives will witness the wedding, and there will ho no re ception. At Ilest-a-xxiille. the country place of Mr. and Mrs. H, II. Vreelnnd In Hrexvs tor, N, Y to-day, their daughter, Mis. Marjorlo A. Vreelnnd, wlH bo married to lieorge is. von nni or imnnury, uonn. In case of good xveather the mnrrlage ceremony and tho reception xvlll bo held out of doors. Miss Itutli .Datienhnwer, dniighler of the lale Lieut. John W. Daneiihower, V, H N., will be married to Prof. Albert F. Wilson of Now York University this afternoon In the Church of tho Ascen Mon, A reception xvlll follow nt tho home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. (jeorgn H. Sloan, 1" West Tenth street, Col. and Mrs. Albert B. Hilton and Miss Barbara I. Trego have rotno from their country place In Port Chester lo tint liolhain, where they will remain for a fortnight, The wedding of Miss Trego In lloxviild lien-e llallantyiin xvlll take place III the Church of tho Heavenly Best 011 Juno -I. and a reception will follow nt the flotham. inrt House l.ensed, Dehlnls k Kldrlilge have rented for the estate of the hile Theodore M Davis, pending the sale of the property to closo the estate, thn place known as Hip Beef, Batetnnn'H Point, Ocean avenue, New port. n. 1 to Frank M. Haylei of Provi dence for the summer. 'I would ARTHUR WOODS WEDS MISS HAMILTON TO-DAY Sneeinl Tniln From Jercy firy Will Tnlto fillers to Sterliiitfton. Ml Helen Morgan Hamilton, a daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs William Pier- j son Hamilton nnd a granddaughter of the Hte J Plerpont Moreno, xvlll be mnr- ' rled tn Arthur Wood", Poll-o Comtnis- 1 sinner of New York, this nfternnon ' nt 1 o'clock In St Luke's Chapel, Mer. llngtnn, N Y. The mnrrlago ceremony xvlll be performed by Illshop Philip M. Khlnelandcr of Philadelphia, an uncle by marriage of the bride. A the chapel seats only nbnut inn person none but relatives have bepti asked tn witness thp marrlago ceremony. The bride's only attendant xtill In' her young sinter, llllzabetb Schuyler Ham ilton, xvho will act n floxver girl The best man will be David N. Coodrlch. an old friend nf the bridegroom, ami the usheis will be Plerpont Morgan Hamilton and Liurens .Morgan Hamilton, brothers of the brldP ; Francis It. Applcton, Jr., and Chaiiners Wood, Jr. Immediately nfter the ceremony a re. ceptlnn xvlll be held at Table Hock, the country place of the bride's pirents, near by, Tho New York guests fur the reception xvlll leave on a special tialu which starts from Jersey City nt 12 : 1 . Other guests will nrrlve by automobile, some from the city and others from nelghl.orlng country place". The bridal party will receive In the gallery, a long room In thn country house, and It Is expected that the xxed dliig breakfast xvlll be served by Sherrv under a largo marquee erected on the lawn, though weather conditions may . change) these plans. There xvlll be among the guest Max F Schtnlttberger. Chief Inspector of 1 Police, and txx-enty-txx'o police Inspectors In full uniform. There hate also been 1 Invited the Mayor, the members of the Hoard of Kstlmato nnd heads of city de- partments and officers of the Junior , police. After the reception the Nexv York guests will return on a special 1 train. (iefnell niniltTln. Wr.sTnrt.n, N. J. June 0.- Mln An nette Ciladwln, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harrison W. Gladwin, was nianled Ihls afternoon to John F. Oefaell of New York. The ceremony was performed by the Bex-. James A. .Smith, The bride xvas attended by her sister, Miss Kdlth Male Ul.idwln, and Masters Julian Flnr anflln and Angus Cnmp'on as pages. Arthur V. It. Thompson xvas best man. Kelffer Hoffman. Baiiwat, N. .!., June 0. Miss Anna- helln Hoffman, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Philip Hoffman of 157 Hast Hcott axe- line, xvas nnrne.i insi nigni 10 iieiny Kelffer of New York city at the home of tho brldo's parents by the Bev. Dr. Ficd crick W. Johnson. Tint brldesmnld xvas Miss Ollx-o Scrlmslinw of Philadelphia nml the best mall xvas Albert Themnk of Nexv York. nowles-Phraner. Ml Kllznbelli Caroline Pliraner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith niaj d Pliraner of Summit. N. xvas married yesterdny to Dr. Harry Hallo xvell Bowies at tho Central Pri-sliytei-lan Church by III" Bex', Mlnot C Morgan, Francis S. Pliraner. father of the bride, Is vice-president and director of I lie linker ft Williams Company, Nexv York .tries Pliiyn nml Plnyer. On the ltnlliin Battle 1'rnnt," nti-lures. xvlll be shown lit Weber's Thentre Ix-nlnnlng on .Mninlnj nfferiinnn. !!,llbK.de,m,".v!,,ce undul.l'.n f'iri'e iihlrh Xl III be prem nleil bv Millim llnyles. Madge Kennedy will head the cniiipiini xililih l to present th fare "All Night lwing," which Ihe Shuliirls xxill miun jiro'luee. Itiilph Hen nnd Cecil Lean xx 111 be ntniing Ihe aucilurieern to sell the firm nlEht Whiter Harden enl for the lieneflt of Ihe I'l.rmillieiit lllllid War Holler I'liml m Hie XXinlei li.irden next Tuesday after Ilium. Til' Kll-irs I "rult i will lake place r niuni at Ihe H 1 1 ,. I in 1 1 1 1- ami the piot-eedH Hill he devoleil In Ilie Ai-lnrs Fund nf Aiiierlin. Th" l-'rlnrs liaie Just returnsd from Innt tnur and will rtptat tkotr r fnrinsnin before illslianillnK. rather be risht than President.' ART EXHIBITIONS. HH St nti'l W.inhlnrton ., i W .-HM,TN .QLAltK ..I.I.KItV "fk' f iriiniern Kuri.in .t i Ani 1 it an nri IZ'h .-t til W.i. fA!,M AiHWnt t'M'H ICjfnipn tlv )tlbtllon Of "r.tken tu.iturvs of modern Anient .it. Itaintiticn IV nil Irvinff p!.ifp, Mr.NMCtPM tlAl.I.KltV Ur.iwincti nrnt rusrHv- fftn II.uKtra-lon from 170 lo the pr (-it To June 3f isth st. fin 1: . nation'at. nTfl t I A II. rawlng uLiniltttl 1 rt Shako unearc Iluukplatv i output. :ih su nni nrth Avo :05. NOOItlAN. Ilm.irknble tar- of tlte Il'nr) II. pf rlotl nt I'iraUn an tlqUltlfH :t mi.i tnth t c!.., rm:!.- SKa MlhlllltiHts e.t:fi f" ork p .t ir t WWk i iv nft- r fn! otnltil: nni mi U. fiftrrn nn tsth m cm, j: , linn iiili ir.i )nc. paintinn And .ii hanelnet ty l(i7. ' ( lot tiitil .'i"-nouii, ei- 'pt eiin"ntitv nI Stirnl.i- ITth St and rifth Aw (3). FOL. .vrtlxtlc Ki.inri. i: Mt'l'iK". v Ji'hri Wlnt-r. ptttitinc Shmtr.IT, I'ir:h. rhiipin.tu Mtiilitr .ind ith st. i: i. Mrun nii.i.r.HY. W..-k of ih .al" I ..f 11 m il- r.it t " 40th and Pirth K i! C Hi; l'H. (iroup t-n(ilion of piilntlngt b Am-rlcati ftrttt f 41it St. und M.i.!lnn Ac, iSOO-. I.AW I.OH. 1'atntltiK t contemporary furelnn mid Ainnh.ii artltta 4-1 St nd Ptfih . I'l lt!.l' I.I Hl:AU .if mnu rlt! eththttlnn t rtij;rii inc Trlnti t: i-tr.it trie portraltum of th i'"intil.n and llr 'ilutlnniirv pTlniU 4M St iin.l rifth Ave ;.rt0t MnpnitN Kxhlhltl .n of Piilnftntrn b iVidnn. Vnn ijocti, I'lxiMi, ruMlii.1 ant Hth St. nnd Madtson A AIMONi .prliiR mhlldtlon arid .in'l juet. i.rt otijr. tn Htid t .h utile turtiiturf :th st -:r. i: . sv.Mnvs 1 l 'hi tie te p..r. elaltl!.. )ilMorlc Kliki.th totdims and t'lrthteentli cvntury I'r eru h art. 4ith st (.'a w.i dorrn.. ntchinr t'v tiiem"r of Hrttlh Sociftj uf tir.'ier-rrlntiri In I th 4tth St and Ktfth Avi (R50), MONT- It( w Summer hlhh ! n of reprt ftit.iilve modern palntlutfH had of ("ilne?e art. 4fith S an. I Fifth A b!t. KNoi:i- 11-H Annua! Summer UxhlMtfon of American ptlntlnp" nnd of rare -t tnifi nioxxotlnt nnd other en(travlncn. 4f.th St htk! Plfth Mf ll!U, 1.AI- VtfAN, HuddhUtlp utone statues and unchnt fhlnf pottprv. 4Cth St 4 107 V , sN"i:ii:COIl. Memo. rial exhibition nf ur color by Itnhert Iturns WINon 47th St. C V I, IiAMCI. Fprlnic tx- hi hit Inn of rpjiresentat I e palntlnK hv tmitlern .trtft 4Sth St ntul Ktfth Ae. (Scrtbner Ilnlld. Inpt AltHKN I'red I) hi,i .M.ir-h det-tun- f"r ornmeittdtlon of country 10th SI. and Fifth Ave. (M9). VIM-Z A ITICI'SIIIMA nxhlhttlon of nntlriu Chlne snn anil porceUInt, .lo .tap.uife mrloi anil a tare portrait of Minkepeare 5ith St .tnd Fifth Ave (707). Klltum I'xluhfh'ii -r ,, d iniii.tir- 5uth st (C7 j;. (ioitnoN vr.nVTZ I'.iliHlnn" Wltol.t (int. tn 57th St. (.16 W . l'INi: AUTS I'lann and niode'i hv rtrr-re llaitlnr and dr.iwltiRs hv Jules iluerln for the propoAPd ' lion.lnlnn of VersjIlteK 74th st ami Itro.tdwav CU3l Hit U V F.ilutln: hv t'.irikfii. rrtne, n Turner and othrr To June 14 105th St. r 23 FIIDKIIATION SrlT- Tl.i:Mi:M' IVopl. Art tlulhl e hthltlun uf palntlhui. Open da and I'VetlltiKf. lUtttoKI.YN Ml'SKTM, Kantern P.irk ny Ilxhlhltlou of n hundred Japan ce print Clnilnt; to .i-iy MUSICAIE AT GREENWICH. Last of Series of Concerts by xi YnrU C'linmher loelety, Oltr.FiNXVirit, Conn., June ? A large audlencn attended the third and last inuslcale of the subscrlpllon series by the N-xv York Chamber Society at the hoine jf Wm, Alonr.il M. ZiibrlsUle, North street, to-day, .Mlsa Caroline Heche of ' New York, pianist, wns as sisted hy llcrlieit Cordiinn, violin; Samuel l.ll'fchcy, viola, and Wlllem l)u- 1 leu);, cello, Among those present xxere Mrs. Henry Million', Mrs V.. B. Ciirllsa, Mrs. David I M. Look, Mis. Walter M. Blrg, Mrs. I Waller Brewster, Mrs. Seymour J. llvdc. Mrs. John A. Toniilng. Mrs. l-"rnii. I ,,i itnllex- Vaiiileihnof. Mrs. Bobert Adams, nil of (iieeiiivh-li ; Mrs. Henry -J. J Blisell nnd Mrs. William Bobeit Ph'elps Prince-Ion Phi llctns. PniNi'irrnV, N. J.. Juno D. The Prince ton chapter of Phi lliia Knppa olcclrd tho following men to ineniberi-hlp heio to-day; William llslici- lleyl, ,li- of Wyniiexxood, I'.i.i ll.ll "Id Doitle Jluixev of New York nnd Kenneth Vorls Blue nf ilinlitxvnod. N, .1 This compleles tho list of tho HHi im iiiU'I-h of the chapter. The. standard of scholarship required fop election wnn vory 'Rh h', yar. RAIN AGAIN SPOILS STAMFORD'S BIG FETE I'attlpslilpa Arrlvo f!ront Pnrado Tti-tlny if Wontlier Dopsii't Intorfprp. .S'TAMPonn, Conn.. Jnr.e !. Inclement xxeather ti-diy ncnln lnterfer-d xxith St.itnfo.-d's :;;,!h hltthd.iy pirtv. II,-. 1 ie of the xxeather. nil events ehed il'd fur to-d.ix. metn- boat pnrade, water fport and hat-ehall gn:i.-. ixcre .-al.e.l off. To-night In the High .clnil ntenihly Inll thuio xxas nn anniversary il.uice .Muitil 4 o'clock till." afternoon .1 dninlnn of tiatlle-hlpi. including Bear-Ail-i iral II o Dunn's llngship Minne sota, the Vermont, the South Carolina ai.d the .Michigan arrlxed off Stamford Cuinm.xlore i: Y. Weher of the Stam ford Yacht Cluh, nnd Col. It. II. Pat terson, l. S. A., hoarded the .Michigan and grce'.td Capt C. 11. Bnttaln. xxho Is In command In tlie aliscnre of Bear-Admiral Hunn, and xx doomed him In behalf of the nnnlxers.iry oo-i.mlttee. Ai rnig-i.ent xxere nude to land a ile'.uhmeiit of nlmiit eight hundred m.i rltns and iianicn to pnitl'-ipate In the listorliM., cixlc nnd military parade set for to-morrow morning. Many of the i-.nl'irs got shore leave and the toxxn x.s iilixe xxith them to-niiilit. Hundreds of xisituis ale here desplto the damp xxe.it In r. It li fpected that If the sun linn's in-ninrrow there xxlll he li.uuo, iiic.iidlng military t.n panics, tho naval contingent and tno fraternal organlJa-lin-iB xx'.lh Unit", In the line of march. ilov. Marcus II. llolcomli mid stalf xvlll nrrlve about 10 o'clock to.iuorioiv mm n lug. Tho tjovernor xvlll Im gnetid xxith a soluto of s"xeutien guns. The parade xlll start soon after his arrival. In the afternoon nt llallnxxeen Park will he a big athletic unit. Sunday xiij I P.- dexoted to n motor bout parado and ! IMts to the w.irshlpB. Tho school chll I drt-n'H pageant nnd parade xxill be held next Wednesday. E1JGAGEJIENTS ANNOUNCED. Mrs. l-'redertck W John-ton of To. t onto has announced the engagement rf i her ihiugliier, .Ml"s Irene .lohns'nti, lo Herbert Ma.inard, Jr., son of Mr and I Mi i Herbert Maynard of Deilham. ' Mass. MN" Johnston Is the daughter of tlte late l-'iederick W, Johnstoi.. Shu has one brother noxx- at the t'ront with the r.iiiadlaii I'leld Arlllb-ry and txvo nther I brnthers In Canada, xvho expect to go lo the front III Aimust. The xieddlng will take plaoit early In July at a mili tary station near Ottawa, where Miss Johnston's two brothers nre In ramp. Mr Maynard lives In this city nnd Cidarliurst. L. I. Arrangements hixve been made for ' the wedding of Mlns Helen Tlnmn Wil bur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.llas P. Wilbur. Jr. to Krancls Lmvls Stephen son of Pittsburg, xxhlch xvlll tako idare on Wednesday In tho Church of tho Nativity. South Bethlehem, Pa. Ms. Stella Wilbur xvlll act n her sister's maid of honor nnd tho other attendants will bo Mrs. IMward Price of Danville, Pa ; the Misses Helen Knger nnd Helen Balehtim of this city. Miss Salllu MaiHJ of iigdensbiirg. N. Y ; Miss Margaret NlcliohiN of Orange, N, J., nnd Mls.s Kiitherlne Convcrs, Donald Mnrkle xvlll be best mail, Mr Stephenson xvlll give his bachelor dinner nt tho Yal ''lull on Monday night. Mr nnd Mrs, O. I. Thorn of IBS Raym street, llllznbeth, N. J., announced yostciday the engagement of their daughter, Miss Thelma Ionise Thorn, mid Itiissell Hnlglit of Pleasant vtlle, N. V. :u Anierlcnns BooUc-d nn l.afnjette. Sprrlitl ahlr lif'linlch In I nn Si x. P.xiiih. June '..- The passenger list of the Lafayette, which xvlll sail to-mor-row-, contains the namcH of too llrst class p is'-oncers, Inchidlng tHi.-iity-slx Amci'lciins, and sixty second class pan-t-ongirs, Among those booked to sail lire Mrs, Henry Horllc, Mr nnd Mrs. W D. Has. holt, Mrs. Peter Cooper Hew lit, Mrs. C. Dougherty and her daughter, Miss fltndys Moiikhousei O. H. Tliompnon nd tho Baron and n.ironc.-H do Wardener. JOHN R. M'LEAN, ILL MANY MONTHS, DIES Ohio rnlHlelnn nnd Xowspn Iht Ownor Pnssps Awny n( llomo in Wnsliinirt-nn. WAS ATIDKXT DKMOrilAT WAPiitNOTON, .Tune !. John R Mc Lean, owner of tho Washington 'ost nnd the Cincinnati Knoiilrrr, died nt his home here nt 2:fi0 o'clock this afternoon. lie had sirtTerrd several months from a com plication of diseases. Mr. McLean was 67 years old ami a native of Cincinnati. Ho was educated In public and private, schools In that city and nt Harvard. As a young msn he ncnulreil the Interest of h!s Tnther, Wnshlngton McLean, In the Kiiitilrer nnd In 1KM beramn sole oxvner of tho paper. He purchased a controlling In terest In the Washington I'oit and for ninny years had made his home In this city. Kor many years Mr. McLean was the Ohio member of the Democratic National Committee. Ho was txvlco a candidate j for Culled States Senator ami was once the Hemoi-ratlo nominee for t.oxernor of Ohio, but xx as beaten. A Min, lMward It. Mclean, who Is active In the management of the Wash ington 'o.if, mid a sister, Mrs. Mildred .M, I.ean tlewi-v. xvifp of Admlial Dewey. suivixo him. Mrs. McLean died Septem-' her 3, 19 12. John B. McLean xvas successful as a newspaper mxner n xxell ns In vnrlous . other business activities He ran his Cincinnati paper, to xxhlch ho referred as "tho dear old f.'ii'iilrrr," In a strictly . Independent fashion except for the fidelity xxith xxhleji It supported the I Pemocrntlc ticket. He g.ivo It a pic-1 tueiui appearance by Introducing head'ngs the Initial line of which ns a single xx-ord In nig type. llo seldom devoted tmi-h space to editor. al il'r.-uMon. tho ."noiilirr fre- quently going to press xxith less than ai i iluinn, nnd on one occasion at least ih none at nil A line nt the head of the editorial page that day read; "All itieixs, hut no opinions to-day." I There are not many newspaper edi tors xihn traxd from their residences tn , t ie r olllces in a Pullman palace car, mak ng an occasional halt to tap a telegraph wire, but that Is xx-hat Mr. I Mel,enn did for a time nfter ho hud , tnoxed tn Washington. Desiring to con I tltiue his closo personal supervision of the Ciiijiifrrr, he iaii-d to bo const! tlcted j nt a i-ont uf JlS.onfl one of tho mot magnificent cars cxer built, this serving ns'hls editorial sanctum ami freiiucntlj f -r xxieks at a time his home. (iii. e, In tho arly days of Mr. Mc Lean's control of the Knqulrrr, there - anv iion tho staff a particularly freh ouiig nimrter. Thn nexx-s Kivtlierer had been xxith the paper less than a xxiek when lie began to call the owner by his first name. One evening .Mr. I .Mi l.e.in called the young man Into his I private ottlcit nnd aK'd: "Look here, Blank, whats tno matter xxith you?" Blank looked surprised and opined that nothing at all xx-ns the matter. "Oh, cs. there Is," persisted Mr. Mc Lean, "you are too formal In your In- 1 t'reourso with tne. You seem to suffer under a sense of restraint that makes xnu , ,,', and d slant You call me 'John Noxx. dot. t tall m John Warm up. ni.ui warm up and be friendly Cab on- Ml- ' Me SI- Lean's firs' venture In Jeu-n.il-i-ip oil's le nf CI leinnatl was made In ,k'."l. xx ion he pur based the New York 1 Joi nun; Journal from Albert Pulitzer OnpxilKh' rnilerwnnd .t t'nderwool John R. McLean. Afer a few- months, Inxvexer, he ills pofed of this pio-rtv to W It Hearst. Mr Mel.eaii had large tliifinot.il Inter- sts in Washington traction l nis, banks and a gas l'ght rompany ThoiiKli fill-rally prudent tn his In xestmeiits. It was said of Mr Mi-Lean that lie tiller hesitated when It cnine . I t-i iiiendlng mntiey on himself An II. J Instrat on of this ih found In the w ly i lie Heated a Washington ilnaler who i siii'iilled certain necessaiies to ills house, i ' bold The dealer called on htm one day and told him that the servant xiho had cjinrge of the household buying do lii.indPit a certnln percentage on all pur-chnn-H, thim adding considerably to their cost "Confound you," said Mr. McLean, "I xxish you hadn't told mn of this. That ipnrtlculnr servant Is thn only mm I can Unci xvho understands exactly xvhnt I xxant and when I want It. Ho nl wiixh anticipate-! my wishes. Noxx- you coma here nnd te mo, he Is cheating inn In the household expenses. What do you siipposo I cam for that? I Misptcted ho wan doing It, but I didn't xxant It proved to me. Ho suits me and I urn going to keep him, und I'm not obliged to you for Interfering" Despite his ilexntlon to the Demo cratic cause In Ohio Mr, McLean xxiin unfortunate In his political aspirations, llo xvas tionten xvhen he sought to suc ceed John Sherman In the Culled States Senate In 1SR5 and went down before the late M, A, Banna xxlien ho xvns a niinlldate again In 1SJ7, His race for the iloveruorslilp In ls'.l nlmi was uu Biiccifisful. Mr. McLean married Miss lCmlly Trux t it li Bcnle, daughter of the late lieu Beale, xvho' was one of den, i '.runt's close friends. She wns a sister of Mine. Bakhnicteff, the xxlfn of' tho present Busslan Ambaesailot- In Washington. Mrs. I-M xx nni B, McLean, xxlfn of the Into editor's mn, wns Lxdvn WhIhIi, daughter of the late Thomas I '. Walsh of Colmiidn, .lobn A. Porter. John A. Porter, fifi years old, chair limn of the I-'lrst Assemhly district Be publican coniniltleo of tjueeiis and for ninny .xcars secretary of the Quecna County Bcpubllcan Cluh, died nt his home, n!2 .lainalca avenue, Long Island City, Thursday evening. Ho txvlco led ixorlorn hope na thn Bepubllcan can dliiulH for Assemblyman. He Is sur- f vK'lvA.t bl. t.la ntltn a nrin Vrwtprlpk. Slid a daughter, Elizabeth. Mrm. Amirs 1-'. I'ortrr. Mrs. Agnes I-". Porter, 92 years old, widow of Joseph l'orter, a police ser geant of tho old city of llrooklyn. died on Thursday at her home. 3S! Kourth street. Mho was tho oldest member of the South Congregational Church. She Is survived by a son, live grandchildren and six gieat-graiulchlldreii. Military I'liurrnl for Col. Ilntelikln. Military funeral service for Col, Walter II. Hotclikln will he. held nt 2 P. M. to-morrow nt tho Twenty-second Iteglmcnt Armory, l-'ort Washington avenue and lfiSth street, under auspices nf the Defendant Association. Col. .lames It. Hllllniaii, Wither V. Harber and John II, Nngle arc In charge of tho ar rangements. LIBRARY AIDS FLAG DAY. llooUa of Value In ArrnnnlnK for Observance Avtnlt Header. Anticipating the lti"rcased demand for suitable bonks xxhlch tho President's proclamation relative to tho observance 1 f Mag Hay next Wednesday xxas bound ' lo product', the Brooklyn Public Library' undertook to satisfy the needs of the I community In this teg.ird. I'lfty-slx copies of Schaufller's I ring Day' are available nt the branch libra-1 ties. Tho book contains the history, Bn on Tuesday. The pool and tennis orlsln and celebration of tho day, and courts havo been much Improved slncu gives in detail patriotic exercises which ist season, The Jerwy coast chain will be found an Invaluable help to ; pionshlp tournament la held each sum churches, schools, teachers nnd social l1cr ull thrue com Is. "'i-"l i"""'- ... I Among tlmso booked to nrrlie at th (l her books In the. library devoted lo m ss.scx ,().lorovv nro Mrft Ihe history and significance of the Atiierl- liouverneur Kortrlght, Mr, nnd Mr.., An cai. lag .lie - Our .Nat on a ling by RIMn Va table. Miss Nina Bhodes. Mrs. r.lcl.olas Smith. "Ih.) l.xolutlon of thn ,i,.or(.n ,-,.e,lorlc tti.rr. Mr ami Mm. .A"','rl.p',', ''nc' ',P"'i,' ,;V1',,y,:!l'''ank Arnold. Mr. nnd Mih. W V. N "I ho True Story of the American lag." , V(n,eh,nUi wm,m . Mn Ml.U and-'' cJlh'nJcmr'ags T"S TlOng V ZArX f,nlttZi.Z',,n UMi:o,,,"1,xK'',w: Mr nn,i M.'l!dw'!rd llliuirave.; Sleu nrl Tlin t ll.l..rv Vi i .1 llli.iil lie-. n. I , ... .....'.. v.. ,.r .' : i .iiin-i ii.ii i i ink. t is, i. 1U' j ii hi tyui i' i.i pi, nn t 1 lr itir ill in liilt i tJt.'Midrt Vor" by Mrn. II. M, Howron. FARRELL BRIDAL PARTY. llrooklyn (.Iris Chosen Attendnnts for AVi-ilnesiln; Weildlnu. Arrangements haxo bc-en completed for thn xveddlng next Wednesday of Mist Mary Theresa l-'.irrell, daughter of .lame i A. Carroll nnd Mis l'nrrell of Itrook ln, to Joseph Bradley .Murray. "ii of Mr. and Mis Thomas IMxvard Murray of TsS St Mark's axeniie, ISrookl.xn. The ri-reinony xvlll take plain In St. Jon ph's Church, South Norxvalk, Conn., nt 11 all o'clock nnd the xxeddliig brink fast will bo held In Bock Ledge, the l-'.irrell country place, nearby A special c-nr for xxeddliig guests xxill be attached to the train h.ixlng tho lirand Central Station at 10:in o'clock on Wiilnesd.iy morning. Mls.s Catherine Farrell will be her sister's maid of honor and the brides maids xxill be Miss Katharine It. Mur ray. Miss Julia Murray, Miss A'llee M r rimaii of Chicago, Mls.s Alice Boaehr. Miss Agnes Shannon and Mirs llhz.i belh Kent. Thomas IMward Murray, Jr. will be his brother's best man and tlio ushers will be John 1-". Murray, II P. Apgar. J Kiinls McQunll, Justin C O Bi-i.-n, W. D. O'llorman. a son of Seiriior O'llonnan. nnd John J. l'arrell, a br nher of the bride. SEES END OF GARMENT STRIKE. Head of I nloii snj 1 11, nun Alrendy llnxe Won Their Hcinanda. Benjamin Schleslnger, president nf the Ladles Harment Workers Cnlnn, jester day predicted the end of the present slrlki) bv August t by tln breaking up of the Maiiufai'liirri-. Assorla' Ion. "Somo of thn l.ngest m.inuf.u-turers havo already made agreenn-its with the strikers," he said, "and nlicady lo.oili) of the xvorkers have xxon tlio.r de inaiuls We expect that others xxill soon follow the example of the Independent manufacturers." Picketing committees it is announced front union henihiuarters. haxo been sta tioned to xvntch for tho opening of pro. posed nexv out of town shops by the manufacturers It is nlso announced that strikes have nlso been started In eexeral of tlm nexv out of toxvn sln-ps Bobert Brtiere. rounsel for the strik ers, said yesterday that he Is completing the organization of a committee of tno xxealthy xvomen and clergymen to picket for the strikers on Sunday iiikIu A direct nppeal to the sir kers to re turn to xxork xvas made eseidax- bv C, H Montroe & Co by means of a cir cular THE SEAGOERS. Sulllnr YnrU li to -1st tiv ilie Amerle.in liner Ne'x r Liverpool . lr Cernfha Adair Kt!nne oe MArltnir.lcl Mr Kin ird Motrin Tli.- Kiv Arthur Mill Xlr- C -xri. Ilnnil.r M i.s .lo in llov.c-Hnrri- Z -.lililnn Mr Ibrtwrt Tree M lets Ti'i-e I) XV XVal.lron Alls-n XX hi. in I'vrd Wh.l.iii Mrs Kntiert nun l.ailr li lllllie 11 XV I no- Mr siul Mr. A. J llrev-l Jr Cap' Tiuniin. XV Per- iniili' Miss M.irv IJxr.Vn Xll.s M lisle (in .Miss KI'iI-'IH f-enri Ilxrroui lb Ilie Frrnrh llnrr Uoiiiatulieaux, for llur ie ui Hr John Alrxanter II XV iuirdslev 1) C (', llriccs Mr aii-l Mr. Uobsrl I'oilf Kenl li CrIusII XV Stanley Hot1 lMw in II II liaviord Mrs Jnlm E llolloix.iy Paul Mern h Mr and Ml. Hnr Me. XVill nni. Mr and Mrs Ml lliniers Mr ant Mr. Itel.l Mr ami Mr Camp W 11 John sinrrs Mrs t T Tesnssnd lieerite l X'an ieiien I lr P I) Wis on Ailluir It Wendell Mr an I Mr. J M Whc'er S II Wlll.s Ml X XV Pont Hi tin Anchor llnr Tllsoama for I.lver pool and iil.isn IVui Allen. M P Mr fxthrrlrs Helen xir Minnie Armour nxxtrr r n i cole Mrs V llirl'T A II OkiIvi- llamssr Arrixal. In the American liner Ft nt til 1 . f. mn Liverpool Mr .Hid Mrs W It MlKII Mr an I Mrs F. C line. ford I'ariieli XV XV llunn'iani X .1 Chandler Lieut Col Henry . Clink Mr and Mrs. T It Curt I XV ILirion Freneh John H Chapman Mm. .1 M ltnrts Alfred (I l.arkin Miss nertrudr Lrnrh Allien l.it Mr an I Mrs XV C, Tow lies Mrs M xvinii-T .Innie. A XX'itninre .lame. - XX'otilnnirtnn I. II lienmn .T li Towell Hv the 1'itIo Hleo liner Comnn, for Pnrto Itient O M He Castro Pr Cxesnr .toritan F C XX'alerhury Mrs A xv.uklns Mr and Mrs P. 0 Mis J . Cunnlnr llliliop, hsm Ctiester It Moors F II HHrh Hy Ilie XVard liner Mexb-o, fnr Havana: Juan O'FnrreJI XVilli no r Cnnrales Mr an. I Mrs Hnhert Xni. rlciu Mm-.tsr to liniiisnn i uiei Mr and Mrs F XV O 1, XVI. Wallace t, I, snntmm ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. Illtmnre -.1 -M Orandlss, XX'arr-n, Pa., 1 l ' KltlR, Ciltcagn, St llrgls Mr. and Mrs Amhrn.e tinik, Westhury, L. I llresltn I It. Woods, naltlmores l xy llnrton, rrnxMeme, It 1 I'rlliee (lenriie -X'aler t.wls, XVashlng Inn. M li lilery, Pittsburg, Vanderhllt Mrs. n I'leMlnr Jene, Watch Hill, It. I., J XV II I'y. Hartford, I'niin MrAlpIn Mrs Marx- A Cnsnrnve. rtrad. dnek. I'.i . X It XX' Ilriiee, Montreal, Queliee. Miss Maul Alnslle, I,niisvMe. i-'irldue I V XX'atsnn, Chleagn, c'hnrlea I., l'.stev, XV I'. Peiitsi-h. Cleveland, Mr, nd .Mrs. II, p. milliner. Cumberland, Mil Waldnrf-Asinrla iXs and Mrs. ,s. (' Neall, Washington, 11 (',: feviimur Vari Siililvooril, A I bn n r , V.. riroij llajtnn Ohio. ' Wnlentt C, C. linn Mrs W M Hapitlel Mlllllken WashliiBtnii, 1) (' linli'kerlini'ker Bull her. Petrnlt I.enls. Cnrrlnha, Arin, Howard. Ht Paul. Mrs. Ml.s Helen MiilHUen, Mr. an-l Mrs. Kduard XV Mr and Mis t i: N J . XI r. .nil XI t I fillier, jinnieiair Martin, Philadelphia. ' SPRING LAKE BEACH SEASON ON TO-DAY Hull Will Tin Hold nnd New Essex nnd Sussc.v Hotel Will Ojien Fonnnlly. MANY ACTIVITIES LISTED Sl-nt.Nd I.AKFl TlEACtt, Jf, .T June !. Everything Is In rendlnent for thn open, lug of the season here to-morroxv, when the nexv Kssex nnd Sussex will begin recelxlng guests. It wilt be tho earliest date nt xvhlcli a big ocean front hostelry ever opened. The hnuso xvlll again bo under tho management of David 11. Plunicr. The Country Club opened last week nnd xvlll prove a popular acquisition to the rcsort'H attractions. The nexv golf courso Is one. of tho stlffcst In this part of the country. The lleach and Tennis Cluh -was opened to members tho early part of the week nnd tho usual series of r.ird club contest. tens no, I .tfnw-eu ..in hn . . ,'UP" olmg, .MISS J, II. ArCtlt., - 1" - "' Mrs, John Addison Black. Mr anl Mi! t C. Nakmald. Mrs. Paul Haiti and Mr. and Mrs. William Mnrrl.i imhrlde, all of Nexv York, and Mist Harriet A. Itliinchnrd and Mrs. (Icnrgii W Chllds of Phihiilelphla. Previous to the opening ball to.mor. row- evening them will bo numerous dinner parties, while numerous suppeu In the garden grill xxill follow tho dan cing NlJInskl. tho Bus-dan dancer, with Mine. NlJInskl. wd' pas tho summer at the lp nnd Sussex EN0 "DAMNED" CHARITIES. Mrs. li. IV. Ilnbbell In Will ( i.nte Tells of Outburst. Mrs. fteorgo W Hubbell, xvife of thfx general counsel of the New- York Llfes Insurance Ci.tnp.iny, was a xxitness for the contestants xosiertlny In the suit to set .isulo tho xxill of Amos K Hno, xxhliii Is on trial before Surrogate Co haltiii nml ,i Jur.x. Mr.- lluhbell said that she had known Lno for thirty oars and eorroboraied the testimony of pre xlous witnesses as to th" manner In xxhlch i..s iirinncr i hanged In the year or so beloro his ile.-ith. "Ho bei amo t.-u-lliirn nnd quarrel some. " said Mrs Hubliell "II" no longer had any lloxxeis tdaced on his tablo for Ins lad.x guests Ho xvould eat bis im als with violently trembling hands, A napkin xxas tucked tinder his collar in piexeiit him from spilling food over Ins clothing. Ho xx-ould tako offenco at tho slightest pretext." Mrs. Hubbell said that toward the end -f his life Mr I'mi w-Ued her jidxies) a hour drawing Ills' xxill. She suggested that he leave his. property to bis rela tlxes. his friends and to charities. To the latter suggestion fi" said. "Charities be il.imurd ' Tho trial xxill bo resumed on Monday. 2,rion ( bllilren tn 1'iirncle. Txveiity.flvo biindroil ihildren from xarlous ehui-i-hi-i m the neighborhood of tho Chapd nf the Intercession, at Ui.Mh street and Broadway, xxill take, part tn-morroxv afternoon In the annual parado and festival conducted bv tho i Impel under the direction of John C Penrose, head u-lur there The entire block In 15.'. th stieot between Amster dam avenue and Uroadxvay xvlll be roped off. (lames xxill fdloxv tho marching. WILLS AND APPRAISALS, tut ritxN'rts roKitsTnn. ho did nt lh liermin l.-pll il on tn" 1. Wt hli i ntlr. r-l itr t- hd ixI'tix, Pranclil-i rr.,-rsli-r. O.'-l Mallsoll sn-iule ll.Xltltir.TTr, S IIXItNI'.s Hh. rtl.rt April I Int. Ic't tltil.Tisa in two sons mil n it lUirlili-r sit 1 ll'iir i hl'dren Sh had Oi-u o.i. h In reitl r.t, in I tirl'lss .ICI.IA MMHWN'i: HltXMI bf III bulk i-r -in "f ll'-S.I" ' 1 r al.xes ' I'iik and li- c.ixi I ieo to ti - st ,Xn ilti-ns Snil-li 'f sxx x.ik t-ns ewnul ss irlttes worih tie: .'..' M.XItrilX J HOAUPM X".'. ihn dint Voxetnlii-r 2? last and xias a r-sldsnt ef New .lers-v. left a total liti of K-lift.Tf-T hill nnlv l If.'l w i l.ixihe III New Vork. -he tixn her .ntlf. ,--t t'e relstlves. sMIXll llll'IIAUPS III VTCIV nhndlel June .'. l-it Jiaiiii ! Hi" fl ifi Cro.s Pay Nur.-rv le s-ippn-i a it and gavs Ihe remain ler nf In r ..Int.- t. h itsufh tsts. Marlon V N ll-i . ' 1 l.ottls l,s Mill.. 3i a Kim: i). BOWLKS-l'BHAN'nn On Thurslsy, June , 191(1. at the Central rrbytrlan Church, Summit, N .1 , In' ths Rev, Mlnot C. Mnriinn. HMaheih c'irnllne. rtsiiRhter" ef Mr and M -s Francis .southniax d liiraner, lo I'r Barry Hallow el! Ilnw-es I.tNINOTON- Mlixpn -On Thurs-lar, Jun" . I"!1'. al th- chantry of Orare rhur. h l-i th" T.e Char'es , Fatten P li. t.e'i-t.ne Miinn risilKhter nf M's and th Xtr Clinrle. Henrv Mea,ie. tn .'ephen XVood Lining!"' 1)1 KI). lIAttKAtl XISTV -ttn.x psrvlees at "TH D Fl'Nnit.XI. l Bl'lti II S ti West lixent i!-lrd iKrink K. Campba.l nu'Nitnc "in'('. -it '! noon KF.NNBI'I IIukIi II. s.ititenly, at hit horn, t.'S-' x i-lilncinn aienue, Ofona Park, I.. I. on XX e tnesi.iy, Juna 7, I SI nc-1 f Fiiiierul sir.liis nn Fun-lay, Jnna II, at I I' M. Iniernirnt Ci preai HlUa l'ellli"e!. sjICCit fix It'S At lut'e. Mnn. nn Jxisa I A ffel. .nil ef the. li'e f.udwlc and (tenrplxn l Nli-nin Ins nn-l penieit hua bind of Marlon H"i s-n'ih Funeral serxlces private PAHI - On Thursday .tun- , jam, Mary A'.teil, Wife nf .1 S'exVer I'.lfs Funerxl serxlces, it ln-r t reaMtne. ;i Fif'h aieiuie, SiMiritay mornlnr, Jun- I" at h.i f pist 10 o'clock. Fin Hit. Ill New Xnrk rltv, Thuriaay tnornlnr, Jin- , t'harl-a Pryar of Larrhmont, N. V Fri less at the rixMenr ef hla fxthar. la law, Jnhn 11. Banner. 41) Weat lllh street, . ,'i.nday, Jun 11, at 2-30 P. M Interment prlvata. nr.ILLY Jennla P. wllnw of tha lata Fhlllp llelliy and daughter of th lata Col. Jnseph J Kuhn. on Thuraitxi-, June , at h-r late residence, ;(j jj,. Donnugh street, Ilrooklin. Intsrmtot private. pclir.rnrt At h-r raslimea, nard ava. tiue, Staten Island, nn Wedneaday, June 7, 131. Cnnsianie Hnnner. bs. Invsi wife nf l'.rni st 1' Si hnfer, ant dauchter of the 1 1 to lelu .ird It linn nr. fi'rvlf s l- held at lies IhI- real. di-nce on Satiiril.i- inonme, Jim- is, at 11 o1' ni k Iiiteriue'it at cn xanlenct of famii