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BAKST WILL DESIGN HIPPODROME SCENES CHARLES E. REOTTER WEDS MISS MEADOWS ENO WAS RATIONAL, DURE OF DEVONSHIRE HIS FRIENDS TESTIFY WILL GOVERN CANADA CANOEING BANKERS MAY BE DROWNED l-'riends mid fielntives of Coil llo Attend Ceremony in St. Thomas's Chantry. 'successor of the Duke of Con- irtM Accepts Offer From rliiim nm. Will Arrive Here in August. Ct'iil Kstnte Men nnd Munici piil .lust ices Sny His Mind Appeared Active. Feur Hurty nnil Mnrcelle of Clews k, Co. Were Lost on l.nke Micliiirnn. niiiijrlif, tins llended TerritorinIs THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916. st.vhi: m:vs an i) (iossir fpirlf. H PllllttRlintll iHH SIIOCCPllPlI !- (wniii.id.ri: Leon Haslet to ionic to V; cotimrv ,i, .... r ... 5,-eiiprv- and co'turncs mr one or me The 4 s mio "f xhr c,c'11 spectacle which t ! I,, .n-n at the llippodtomo Mr pi.i.nfhjm received the cablegram of fl-(.la'HV yesterday. The. artist will ... h.i ... .tittit and lie nreaetit n ,, ... .I,,,,,., i overlings of tulte and finished with . tie .... ...... o. .... , mi September 4. Mr. PillltiKhnin time the is rent a.ivanuiR.! oi cm rvvnc tli'" Bfnlus of Hakst with nn ,rl..t who lus ptevlouly been his In- rHt.nii. for icrlHlnly Urn incomparable , Ansa I'avlowa, who has been added to. tn.. in l, ,., i r i'"'."'-"" .,. , o'lteniai mii iu...i.....K .r ... "'Him . !," Itskrt would dcslRti. A'Wn Kerns, who lias appealed In scv I (.if. ei by Philip lti.rtholoniae. will ,rtlnl Krnest Truex when "Very flood FiMn'' starts on its travels. In this .AiniMiiv Welllnptnn Cross will I 1 -he idaee of Oscar Shaw and I ..I. ' cum, - j rtViuie m.ii - "" j i,nmedlatety after the wcddlnR cere. u" .... ......... i,. he,.., ......eri inlnm"y Ktt" ' reception In the home rijv vml' hiis when J. 1. WllllamH pre ,! Ji.hn I'r.w In the dramatization of unrein .. , ...r,,,". ' . ' 1 i of Tmikcr.i nori, n..... Mil. hell. nurrt ll.irey havine sailed for I'.iik t,r t taUe his place In the army, V." Wh.te has supplanted him very jo. -nf"ll a s the (Joi-eriior of thr F.n .n "Justlco" at the Candler The lire Tli famous Abbey Theatie In Dublin va, nr. ti. ally ill' banded Its comvany vlirno.1 Is a. tiiiK "I'ck o' My Heart" i"r,ill Arthur Sinclair Is ptaylne n'lrl'h sket.h with other members of , . .i mp.un In the UiirIIsIi music halls n.1 r.thlcen Nesbit wilt remain In Ibis .i ir.l r U "t probable that l.ady f,rcory will ever nttcmpt to revive the lri::ui 'in M.rcbrr-. of the National C.unrd In n-'form lll bo admiltud free to all f:e-n ti porioi malices of the New ff.M Theatre except on Saturdays. trl.iys ml holida. ine wimp Vte i eMente.l lo them at the S.noy THf,ire in w.-st iniriyiouru. "."- M -hael U.imtiurR. the father of MarK. ..' iinna il.uiibouri:. has just died M. i'real He bad been a teacher of . ...... 'tllltmih fine Here lor mm.... t'"'nf " hf was f'T a lone lime ciura ... ...,..... When the fnhan Theatre opens for the Mieusl It will oe wnn .'vt-.i Hie new farce by H. C. Mesrue - Pald llelasco Is produclnc. In WuVnCon the piece was called "A , is K.I10W- and It has previously w known under another title. So It I 1 1 ' lie adviintaRe of three names. , V! toris K.-ane comes nacK to me i ! ss'.ates she will brine with her P II k n' Carlott.i, by Arnold !-I- made from his novel "Sacred '.ine live." . (i'd Homestead," after thirty f ue by Penman Thompon nnd i . '-rs. Jus at last cone Into the H.-.itrc The leiiRth of time It ...it of the Mock companies ! the t.'St of a play's value In d,is S't' h a record pres how i thl old rural play was In com with. let us say. "The Kternal iom." which almost made a record other kind. r A- announcement yesterday from ( I. illUII I llllj J......... . on his part for the comlnR than eer before. His first offer- . hu- York will be a new play by 1 hl.T:' which will be produced n- tne Ut.. Theatre on Iabor Pay. It Is un- 1r'vl that the drama will tie ot me o ifivu. ular variety with a larse cast. December 1, Mr Tully will im Hates Post in New York In ' -Icrp play written by John Hunter J Mr post has hut recently com- , ' a'i ensacement of more than II1'. .- rmiar the Tentmaker." T I!.' I of Paradise." that perennial w 'II vtart on Its lxth season in A'irn play entitled "The Settle " ' Kdwin Pradford, has been ic . -pil for production, althouRh the t mVo of Its performance has not - fixed DurlnR the season It l ' " ,i Mr Tully will present In .te or two of his past successes. . .,f which will be "The Rose of Mi" Tempest will close lier eriRaee " ' Lady's Name" at the Maxlne I" Theatre on Saturday nlRht In r thit nh.- may take a vacation. Sh wii acain next season under 1 manauement. r "' Parker, who was seen last In "V i i i'h dee." has bepn added to ' supporting Lew Fields In "Step - v a' IhP Shubert Theatre. l.l tt'xnne has sluned a tlvc jenr con ' 'ii the ShuberiH. He will con- I hp U t.r flardpn In The I ri how of lOJf, " Coiii-an has Just flnl'hed a i tn. lliisiiano: ana ", in Marred by W illiam A Urady. ' a-' nipportlnR Mr. CorriRan are 11! '. MotitaRii l.oe, Dion ' is- and Pthel Clajton. Ilarwoiiil. who will be renietn i Mr i s urforinance of the butler 1 ' Maude In "rSrump." and law. have bepn eiiRiiRed for "ii' r.les in 'Please Help Lmll." p-p'y in r.hich Ann Murdock will 'i f par at the Lceum The,- ,n Ausrust. th r i IT,. '.'.nit, who is now at work e 'The SmucRlers." fcaturlnc and Donald llrl.111, siys that Mire ictliiR I like Rolni: In a r which one can never be 1 n th a llnlshinR decree. "The a.- lr Olcott. "are the only ' 1 dramatic profession where he Utislr while the Impre. .utn.R Rf.pi on record. Then, s in- a llhetal idliritloli If you w il.-h the dnj.cn nd ncressps who sit around val Iiir their turn, you will He-(.v Marina Into spare '.li t' hut when their call they -hake off their lasrl- t 11 r 'vitn a speefi mat speihs . the movies as a IralnlnR h I is nlfeclional(.ly ihe Mudio of the Famou ,. 'he distinction of pi'liiR the ' direct the slMRlnR of a ' lie was also the tli't dl r i whole rompanv o'Anier. I'.'.id III- his iri'ide. pic i .ra't.-ir Naples, l-lRvpl. M.I- m -I Pontile- and i the 1 hi dire, tor who has ever -ii Jerusalem. ' ai- i:i.. ; ii r il .-m 111 Open, . r of 'he I'.n llast ilanlen i.inr ""iiiimer restaurant In ' 'be Ifdeihlll Hotel over-'..-k .venue vl'l take pla. " 1: 'I ' . -ndeiis will bp mill ll mi o f"i a hotpl I.elnR t Iff 1 'hi -. e n the mailer of -ervhe and 1 ooklnit Pur 1 ring there will bo rtanclnc. MIk. Mildred Meadows, daughter fit Mr. nnd Mrs Thomas O. Meadows, married to Charles K. Rcutter, eon of Mrs. Robert Retittcr of this city, yester day nftcrnoori In the chantry of ft. Thomas' Church In ihe presence of a con , of ..nii tr,fnit. .... Itcv. Dr. Krnest M. ncv, ur, rnicst .vi, tires, rector, wan the nfflclatlnR clergyman. The bride entered the church with her father, who c.ive her away. She. wore a sown of oft white satin made with an Ioiir court train. Her veil of tulle was held In place by a apray of orange blos soms and she carried a bouquet of lilies ofl he valley. Miss Marie Meadows, ulster of the hi Ids, nan maid of honor. The other att'iidants were the Misses Oertrude Rentier. Jean Hafer, Franrce Kennedy, ariiiifr, jean mi lwr Dessau of this city nnd Helm Kuoop of ChlcaRO. They nil wore cos. Humes of orchid colored taffeta and chtf Ifon and larse halt, to correspond. IJnunuct of mauve orchids wire carried. I llenr n.'iitler was his brother's best man. The ushers were Thcndnre A llrllwltr. Allen W Itutlcr. Hatn.ird I......-., m.....! .... u.......,. it """'i ... ..' t, ...-.o... . .. t,o . ,.,. the br lie s parents. II Kn,t Sixtieth strict, Mr. and Mrs. lteutter started aftemard on their wcildliiR trip. They will pasR part of the summer at Sc.i. brlRht, N. J., and In the full will live In I this city. . Il.ilil.iir.l While. I'ormiKKKl'siK, .lune 2T Ml Maith.i ladoie While, second ilaiiRhter of IJrof and Mrs. Henry Seely While of Vaar CoIIcrc. was married to-d.iy to l!r . Stuart Hubbard of this city. The iere. mony, the lirst in Ihf Thumpeon and I'rall Memorial Chapel at Vassar, was performed by Dr Alexander (inswold Cuminln", rwior of Christ i 'hutch, as sisted by Pr Clifford C,ip, pistor of the Dutch Reformed Church Mis CieorKe Slupherd Hawlcr of New ll.nen was matron of hnor . Mis lMlth Louisa Huhbar.l, sister of the bride Rroom, and Miss Mary Wlll.nd White, sUter of the bride, bridesmaids. Miss M.irjorle .MacCracI.en. daiiRlitcr of Dr Hemy Noble Mac 'racUen, president of the college, tlower Rirl. and lMward Johnson of CamlirldRe. Mass , best man . Dr William Hell Meldruni of lloslon. a number of the Vaso.ir faculty, and Itobert Samuel K.aRler of thu city, ushers. Hnlnl llinvnnl. Miss Kathleen Howard, dauRhter of Mrs. (ieorRc H Howard, was marrl.'l to d ward KcIIorr llalrd of this ott In the ch.intrj of St Thomas's Cliurih jesterday afternoon by the Itev. Pr lament M. Stlres. rector of the church The bride who Is a contralto of tin1 Metropolitan Opera Company, was for merly a member of the iVntury Ojiera Company, of which Mr llalrd was the president. Miss Marjor.e Howard wa her sister's only attendant and Charln Corson Matchclt was the b.st man I r Mr I ii Trr n l.n I h . I'LAi.vriEi.n. N. .1.. June 27 - Mls Ale Trenbath of I'lalntleld and Major Charles W Irwin of Kllzabeth were mirrled at noon ti-ilay In the home of the br'de. MS Central avenue, by Hie lie v. Itobert W Ti.itb.ith of St James's Church, t'pper Montclalr, bmthr of the bride Herbert Trentiath of Trenton Raxe hl.s sister m in.iru.iRe Thp bride wa a teacher in the Jefferson Public School here, while Major Irwin Is ptobation olll- cer for Union county. McCrn n llnrtln. Passaic. N. J. June "1 - Miss Kt a ti ers C. .Martin. dauRhter of Mrs, Abby Martin and the late Adolph Martin of HloomtleM avenue, bee. imp the brld to-day of State Senator Thomas K Mi - ct.m of I'aterson In the presence of un pcrnon?, who tilled St Nicholas's Human Catholic Church. Miss Millie .Matiln. i hlster or the nrific. was nT oniy attenu ant. was Francis X. best man. Mcecan of Pat.rM'.n lc('lnre IVrslmcUer. PoKT Jkrvib, N. V. June 27. MWs Katherlne A. Persbacker, dauRhter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Persbacker of Ca coon, N. Y., was married at the home ot her parents on Monday lo the Itev. Charles W McClure, a Methodist cery man of Stevensvllle, N. V, the Itev Itobert ilardlner of Calllcoon oMIclatins Miss lola Moore of Hlnichatnton, cousm of the bride, was bridesmaid and Charles H. Turner, V. M. C. A. Reneral secre. tary of Port Jervls, was bent man. I lisirnein ii.iiiup. Ci.EVKl.AND, June 27 Troop A. Plrt nim, Ca,ilry, 1 strotiR tn.d.n at- tended tie we.ldii.'.' f lii Jeaneltp DoiIrp, dauRhter of Mr and Mrs. s.mi I in 1 D. Dodc". lo John N. (Virtield, irrnndMin of Piesident Hartleld. and a member of the squadron The coteinon was performed In Trinity Cathedral, I nishnp Charles William nf MIchlRiin and Dean Almnn I' .viiisiit omciatinR. Oftier llacU. H.vsT finvNUK. N. .1 . June 27 Miss v-Vllle Hack. dniiRhtPr of Mra Albeit Hack of 1 North ArlliiRtnn avenue, and I Ktnll Ofner were marrlr.l l-ist nlaht In Hie brides home ny tne itev nr. .mo'cs J. lirie of Clpveland. an uncle of the bride. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mr. and Mrs. Iteeve Scnley are al thp Pl.i7.a Hotel before roIiir to their sum mer place. Meadow-croft, nt Monmouth Peach, N J. 'or Ihe season Mrs. Mary ilertrude Morion il.iuRhl.-r Mr and Mrs James II Morion wi.l he married to IMward J Kelly of Feint uraiiRC N J . to-day In In SI Paul's Chiii.ii. II P.iltnnor" to ll. it 1 v, w do day Mrs Rosalie Corner of James llcrheit Harry will he mar- rled to llurnard . Maker or r.aP linore I ThP wp(,ur of Miss Helen W Italfe. !. ht.,. llf fomas F Ibilfe. and Clay- 100 Mcl e ! .Mini win i.lhe pi.l.c ini "Vi'iiliiR 111 SI. liiorKc'a Church, New hut Kb, N- V. Mts Huillla i. Thompson widow of liiines p.-aion Tlioinpon. will he mar ried lo De Fount llranl ol lb s city lo .lav III St. datncr.' P. I.. Chinch, I'hlla- delnhia. Madldon (Jrant will ait nr. , 1,1 other's best man. Inimedlalely after Ihe mani.iRe ceiimony Mr lira-1 and his bibb' will leave for Honolulu Next winter they wil live al 7n Ham Fifty foililh sticet rrlvnl of Viifhl. Sr.w IJM'OSJ. Conll. June 27 The steam yachts Feihilma. Huston Vacht Cluli and th" Wcnon.ih, Wilier il.iiiine Laild. New V.ni; V.-..hi Club, 'and lb" scliom.'i' vachls Irollla. P W Claik. New York V.o 111 Club ami Hi. ' Wi ii'iiiah Hnoilc Isla id Ynchl Clnh, have airived The m nnfiner yacni Ka rliia. Theodo'e P Hurir'sa, New Tnrk Yachl Club. h sailed. AID FOR CHURCH OF MESSIAH. Thr lt.-. II. II. Ilro.'li Will l.ente I'hnrlt' Work fur I'liu-r. The Itev. Harvey Dec Prown of Mil waukee, for Ihe last two years 11. 1.1 iiRetit of the New York State Chnritlcs Aid Ai.sociatl.in, has nc.epte.l the call to be associate minister, with the Itev. John li..;n.-e li.di... R, at thr Cf.urch of the Messiah ( fnllarlan) . Park avenup and Thirty-fourth street Mr. Ilrown Is a Rr.idu.it' of the ltoch ester TheoloRlcal Seminary and for twelve ye.rs was minister of Paptlt churches In Kansas and Wisconsin. In 1914 he came t New York to Ink" IIP work with the Stite Charttl.' fill he beuime a I'nitanan. Aid. Last ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. C.ipt and Mrs James Wyilys Plxon will he a lut.. h.-on at the Lenox Club, a of I'lusliiiiR. L. 1. announced -ft "lay ; rec eption and tea In WhenttelRh c, irden the inRaRement of their dauRhter. m , , Mrs Ch-.rle. M b Clinbeth MarRii.'tite Dixon, to lletny Austin Clark of 37S Park avenue, this Hereilla, and a subscription dimiT h i-ltv Mr. Clark I a member f the ' tlie Curtis Hotel Caiuinet. St Nicholas and Ar.lsley clubs Mr and Mrs Thorn is Sh.eld Clarke The weiiilliiR will take place In li' an-, Rave u bin, h.-on at IVrnbrook tins after lumll noon, entertain. iir for their house Rtiests . ' ,,.,i un sent out ve. Ml. William Heed Tli"tiipan of Spaik- T"" 'l 11 't T'1' tt" . Ci. - and Mrs 1 H- N. Y. and Mrs. Itosivell Milby- of lerclay from th hoiiiP nd ; Millhrook. N Y AmmiR the Ri.ests weie .NPrabeaii 1. 1 own. -' .'"''i ', ' Mr and Mrs Harry llarkness l-'laRler. llrooklyn. with the .V;rM'-UViL, ...lrs James I! J,.p. Mrs Itenjam,,. T corner ''"5. , , f i ,' ir Towns F.i.rch.ld. Mr and Mis llanver Clark- Hon and Mis. .Mlr..l-.u J' , " mi, Louis- Sh-ltcn. Mis Cth.-! Subject -To ',,,1"U,,V;, ' "'T P.- tot, Sm.th and M-s John Aid., of Mir. Florence Auijii't.i lowi.-. tc ,.,.v... Ulcharil ..n7"lm 'A, Ho,-, .P,.,I1 are Jn,.-s II the. Seventh Infantty. ' )n,kx-; " m '', stein.in- and Mine Slebulns Vallols of Otderl Company Mr L-selsPn is tm .on of Mrs. V.Ve;,erd' v mor ' Mr an.l Mr ll.nrv Marr,an,l have L.ncoln place, and ear y -ter a .. on , , StI)ckbrldRe ,,R went on "'.th I .! r'i' f "; llr .V . Tooker of New York has of the Seventh ''llK ' ' ' ,n ,,m iu.j boURl.t f.on acres of Henry H. Adrlamc u his fatherV hide come fro tn old lot WllulnM(mn ,r n t.nt,y et.,te land stock aim on n - " Rreal.Rrandnephew- of i.en le klmcr or , N-w otk M.'t'- : jauBh- younRCStof Mr. and Mis Towns. daum tern anil a Ilerkeley Riri. The enR iRement of M''s AM" ; Miilth. dauRhter oi ii .i "' of .117 ArRyle road, 1-latbiish. lo t.. Carlton Turnbull. eon of Mrs i-.lRar w Turnbull of ir.7 uuRny "..'.. "" noui . en yesieru.iy Xlr and .Mrs. James Arthur swan oi V J have annnunc.-.l the en- ISMC. -i ' Xll.a e nidi ii-nt of It e r oiiiikiii. . - alll"Ill . ,,...,,,.-. .,, former iec.etai v'oV'lhe IMssile Hoard of Tra.U. llirilvrii at Hed Lion Inn, Stock!. rl.lRe FC.ieiai.. i .' . .. !....,.,, ,, , .,., ,, . ii.,,,... ,,.i ti ii.in. a montn iir" -n- ..". .-" - ' luinoiinced the enRaRenient of their .1 uichter. M- IUI11 fan, " '-v"..l .-syiion. ..nsr. ... in.- ...... . ll.lUUUl. . . . .... V.. . .it., I ... .. .. V I rclHlA,.. al ............. n kit OI I .IWil I. ' ' . .et for the weddlnRs. Invitations weie 1-siiPii ypsieriii.j -a xtrs UeorR" Mai 1,1 r. HI of '. . .... n....niie. Passaic. N J. for the ; i,..i...-.- 1....- Ml .Iran. I iiiarrl.lRC of tlieir iiuhkoi. . . netle MacI.iR'in. I'1 Itoheri ClendlnniiiK John s l-.plecopiu . 1 1 M.v..iliiv mnriilllir .0 it..uii 111 r 1 Church. F.is"ic. "" ' " July 17. The encaRement has been, aniiounced of M,s Sarah L. Madison, .1 ''"' Ml it IHI - . Onummilir ii I lfll IIIH'I .11 illl 1 -"'II I.e. I avelltl.1 li-ifl '111 1 ' I . ., l....,eh illSO Of ;ul orniifif. i nc ,....1,1. nn will lake place m July. Mr and Mis. William A. Webber of .11 He'i-w.-k si led. OraiiRc. ImV" announced he enR.iRe.neut of ll.elr dauRhter Mit. Addle ' I. Webber, to L'dward I- Flvnn .'if llllstoll. THE SEAG0ERS. voi, ..ir hi day by Ihe llollmid Amrrn a hnrr r":,F'!!r'll",,,u,pndrr.,v w , , 1, 1 w... 1 ,- - W II l.lo.il Mi a nu .'ir" linn, oe C .Mll.'hrll Mr and Mr A S !' Mnrrl II It I) Munti lr and Mrs II A Murray Mr and Mr" Kdwird It du Pareii r K I'hlpp" l.aalv Peek A P Pickfnrrt Hurry Shaw Xlr and Mm. J imp Tavlnr Mrs llllirirt Well I'nl. Knipai J i:miptip K II 'iillibPiton I' II liirlliMlni) .1 It I'.ilc'in.r Mr. L'hnrlollp Fort In xirs A Mauley rni li.-otKP lil.V The Itev Dr Stiurt lt.ti.lcll Vr. .blhll II IhilHij" Iir Khr ibPth llurdon Mr KHipI Pry .. -e llr.ti.nli Mr. T S Malln.'h Ilf the Pulled r run iir.inniup viiirum tor ,... o ine ' ..ri.tor.o. Mr Hid I'liilir Mr and Mrs Ale tninkr c r I'lescolt Mr and Mr Hi. lion 1 ri Tr-iiB M .1 intr. II. iv .1 spranup H.iyiiid VI is Chin K Spruu. M .111 iiim .ir .1 a K Slew an rhsrl.s Mr nnd Mr R A l.nran tr Ihe Ward blier buralnit I10111 Mac. VI,, Crl'lnil inhiiil Mr nnl Mi. .In ana I'll Hot riimr ",'"., ,. xtri ti.il.irc Huts' Mr nt yr l-ranU Col Kdiiariln del Tan M.niner ,;iln -slr "d Mr rrtali Mm Carolrn Totter Stflnh-a-t " Glad you're back. Congratulations! " SOCIETY AT LENOX GREETS GARDEN CLUB Fllfpi'dlill I Coiiveiition nnd menT i'.eo:in To-dny r. 'I'ooker luiys 00 Acres. I Lk.sox. Mass , June 17. More than Hin IdelPR.itPs to the convention of the fjarden Club of Anifr ca .irnvi.l at the hol.-l-thi iift.tt-ioon To-morrow mnrn.'ir tlie tlrsl me.-tltiR will be held Prominent the list of entertainments for io-'lni A , ,)0r vn,t..rday In Coha. (i jrs ,'FvcIa.,d IbRclow Mr. UIrpIovv was Miss F ,..,,, iim.Khter of Mrs jenrce Wmthrop Folsom. Mrs. l-'nlsom I s nnvv-In C.ihasset. where she has leased I ., ,-otti.Ee. Mr pnrll,r yrton nf Puffalo 'and jj.j, j, j?MU,is nf Sprliistleld centre. N V.. are Rtiests of !ls i.er- trune vvntson in i'ni"iieiu i' ami .ii" i r 'ti -1 r. i llhiRdcti are eniertainiiiR .Mr ami Mr. . Mci'lenh mi and Miss C.nher. . t it.., it e .vie. i.-iiu.iio .'. . ' i-"--.. ..... I I .... ,.r l'lol ..I..I..1.I.. .... ..in. ...-. .. Catherine Harlow- of Washington. Pr. M . nl ill! Ml .....ii.n... . .. w, -. the M n-lewood. I'lltslleld JIR. AND MRS. DICK ON COAST. .ni nl "nn rrniiclci on llrldi.l Tour I" s-n 11 1 11 Hurl. urn. S.vs l-'liAM-'isco, June 27 n Iheii h .ni v iini'in J'.uim'.v fimn New York, winch will like them lo Santa H.irh.n.i, wlii ic they liavi- cn.uid a house by the ,1, vv illiam ixiU 1 ' 1 1 1. 1. if- 1 '. wlio was Mrs, Madeleine puree AM01, ai med here to-day- They are occupying a Hiiiie at 'he Fairmont. Ihe windows .f which ovc-ilnok the full sweep of San Francis, o Hay. laMVinK hcie they will motor leisurely down Hi" coisi. urdeis were Riven heie that they were not to be dlnurb.d by icporterF. or t.lioioRraphei Miliii'iillini l.esd.-r llcpoud. Durand W SpiliiRii, Natlnii.ii I 1 m'.it 1 1 ,ti.i 1 received at hl oitlce llllLel lettels from IlTt n'cr.iary of the Association. Ins 111 ihe McAlpin en funnel' prcl- lcnlM nf the association si.vIiir lliey will ntlend the llfty-fouiih aniiu.il session to be held III till city July 1 t . ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS, Knit kei I"" kei -J. II Pub finer, l.nuden, 11 VV Hprrri S'pw llnvin 11 II l'l...tr, lluffHln, .1 II linn, lin.liinicil , prlni . ilporne W II l.piitli I'roi iilrnre . 1 11 Ht Klin... Detroit . .bilm A Yninis Mont. ItnitlPM Al" W .1 Mil' Penal. I. lillc.KO. , .iurl'll-e He. HP" liar'' w Tni ml 1. Out 1 N' ll T.'in-'i". Il."i. .11 Ml" Helen ,0y, I llr'Phe.t' i . Mp md M" William M Don 1 iililprtii, llnrifonl MeXIpin Mr mid Mrs 1 VVrlKhi l.vn.iil iiir. V . Mr ! II l.el. 1 1.1 1 h.. Tr . Mrs, ' i" 1 mu 0.1, I'.i : Mi nut Mrn wnn. in 11, md Mm I.. A, M. tiring., II. K. Aritr. 1111111 x.iiiKPrs Wnlenli Mrs l.din M rhslnifrs. Han AiirpIh. Tpx Mr ""'I Mrs ' J. Hporfonl, I'llc.i. Mrs Inhn (' Misrlnrk, Cincinnati, Mrs. r M Kenilsll mid UIm Ipl.n Ken. I dull, fllnui'"irr. Mw ; Mr. Mri J, H. I AnJri. Akron, Ohio. LIBRARIANS IX SESSION. lilMMi llfli'KnteH From iiuerlciin I'llle nl l.nr 1'i.rU. Anl'iiT Park, N J . June '.'7 Li brarians to the number of about l.D'm , were In attendance to-dnv at the op.-uitiR i "f """ thirty-pislith annua! meetiiiK of i the American Library Awnciatlon , Tlie I!.to..;i.''.l.'..'. S.l,.ty of Aut Ica. the Leamie nf Library Commission and the Special Llbratbs Association nr. otliPr orRanl.allnns Affiliated with tlie na tloli.il body that will hold their tneet livis In connection with the other con ferences Mtlll another bo.lv. the Theo-loRl.-al Libraries lioutvt T.il b . in nle up if llbr.it i,iii Pom at. nit tvv.-i.tv iheo . c . a! M-oilnatl.s will m.et -.n l-'.d. r.'t i imp of the t'lplci tills o'Rini .n will loiisider is the p-op ed . . inlisiimeut of a R.neral tn.-ol'R.al b i at Mime point In the Wet GUARDIAN FOR !IE. SEYBOLD. ueil Villi.. r In (illt lliiaptlnl unit (in In llelul 11 111. .-W.rpine lltnoklvn Court Justice van Si.i.ii In ypsterdav named Ntchol-i. Si Ii.i.i. k as vuardinn nf his mint. Mm I. in" Sevtioj,!. VU. author and lanKii.iRc i a in r. win. w..s .-0.010111.-.1 i.. in.- t".i iiiu Ihi Sanltatiutn at HastliiRs by C .unty JuilRe YoiiiiR nf U 1 stche.ter county on 1". In uarv p last. The nepllew t.ile.1 out a will of lialtc.tr- oipus and Mine Sevboid appealed at tne lirarinR and said she did not .... why fhe shnu'jl lotiRer be lotilln.d in Ihe -unit irlum She also Mi. I -e I mil an . t.lle of Ibout jvn.llun S... will be taken to Luxcmboiiii-'. HpIriiiui by her la-phew. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. POI.VNP SI'IHNOH, M- J111,. .; ,,.. rivals h utitntnoMlF at ihs I'o .111 1 f.riiii' IIi.iisp In.ttlKht In.lun- Ml i.fil Mr M ! Kliowlton ..nl Ml-. Kii'tb-tli In.uvltoii Siirlnnllelil. Mils' ilercei Mr nnl li. ThouiHs H llFnedl. t. New VrK iSn-Hnie, Mr mid Mr. Pdwln W limes Sew Votlc fllillrki: Mrs V lli.w.ir.t llln. ,i, t Ml.. 1 1 1 n k 1 . ("In. Innntl. Oli'.. . li-r. ... Al the Ml.ll. IH Hi.ll.--Mr n 1. I Vr ' : Ip.nip'. I.lltet..ii. N II i.-lu.lpl.iil.'i 1 MASIMIPilllH VI Ii.'.p '.. V-il.-... hv aiiloni'ihllp ..1 -Iif Cuulnnv II,,,... i.t . i.Ip M .ml M - llol.F-i V 1 into. . liil'sdp'phl-i Simplex Mr iv.l Vr- v 11 Mail II llppr-. VII.. II.. r. N'.u V.iU VI. tin. KnlKtll. Mr and Mr I .1 .i,,. , IlronKDn 1 1 .ii.mci I." !e 11, in. 1 t. w.-ir r. 11 A'I'ilil". N'.'V. Vnrlc I'.ii-Ic.ii.i . Mr iitnl M" 11 V Vl.o Par, lie I. M"i n V, -nnn. " ililli Vlr .1 ti.rnm. vir. W 1 1 t 01 , H.rfdiF.lon. Mani-iroil-clc I'l.r,-., yir. ley. .Miles III l.erl. Ml Marv I' liilherl. New V 'rk SIiupIpx. Mr and Mi. J c If .rt. New irk lllllik i nnpKiisinvvs-. s' .1,,,,. : ,,,, ariU-its 11 ihe Ot.sss-i .0 l.n linlnil. Mr. -I II llhuk .111.I S. Iii.i.r I ll 1 I. .nnl XIif I P Tall.uMf, Sir-o'ii. ic,, t, 1.,. , -Mi- II. 10. K Mains Ml.., (..ail u. .1.1 Mr. Ilrrl.rrt .Inh. 'e.i U or -r Vj. il'iiill'ic. . A I KF'InpR lint I. It n i. KfIIpk. lln.nnt'l iSI.-Hrnsi p. .tn-l Mts J. 1". lie-Mine I"n (Pietcp Vrn.n WATPIIIIt ItV l-nini . .tin,. .T M,.i... nril.i.li. nt Hie Hotel i:itn o..-r ih.- 1 .1 r .. i'-olr In, hiiIp tli. fnllnwInR Mt itti I Mi-. A V S'aplpr nnd I'hsrl. 1: VV. I. SiriimllPi'l. .Must iliit.i St.iei, Mi. v 1 I'll. I. ni ',il K.lin.-tli I'ml.-rw ,. til mil Mo. II M Hi,- klllK, V... V-. 4. iS'miii.i l' iiti'i Mr. ripil.rt'k Mi' mi I'hw. 1 loo 1: I . I'l-1. pi Mr .in I Mi- II v ,-i.t, 11..UR in Vust.n slid Mis. I''..,! N.,..,tl, ll'mli la. 1 . Mr nnd Mr. it 1' ',., Itni.. 1 .ri fnan 1. n 1 I'rni.Jc I'urii. Ai, mu .1. k 1 still. Mr and Mrs t'liailF. It.irn. I., Pi 1 llui k Mr nnd Ir- I' .' , 1 .1 f VPtK .IC1...1I. Ml. II I Kl'l Ual' Mo liiatl.s St.irn. Ml.s Vtai. Ml.., an I Miss I I I'nntl. Hit 'lirilp. I'lo loo .1 . WILLS AND APPRAISALS lll'..l.KIAII KVHN. nlm iti..1 Vli.rei, I'.iti'. left IS.3 It tn tin. ...ti. nnl fi ir I ,1 .iiirhli-r. I SKnltiit: SASH who il' il Votr-iili.. ,1 li.t, pfl llf,.7S. nf which I.e.. .hi 1. j went t Ids widow 11.11. VI Na.li, anil 'iir-lhlrd to his duttch;.!. MiirRii, rlt. A I Nihil I.OPI.S IIPNUY Mlt'IlllftT. thp architect who iiinerTl'pil the con.trticiinn nf th. I flrand Crnlral Terminal, slid .lietl Junp I'l last, lefl III emu. nt annul T son tn li. wldlOV, ClarM HadlrV Heulteil, hm a.k.ii her to proTide fnr hit ton and hU mniher and eleter. I.ni'IS PI, I, MANN, who wnn a in.nib.-r of the Carl Ullin.inii Cnni.in hiip. an. I .1 1 ci renruary is, isiv, l.rt an iiite nf IM1.4S3 He gave tnci-thlr.ls nf the e.u. to hin wldiin, I, iiii.i, and the remonler 10 his dniitiiter, Irma N.'whurr He dad 1131,311 In lecurlll'. and his Intrrrat In Ihe llrm was uppralned at lii:,':i. ItOHKrtTSnV UODtlnitH, whn ';,. head nf the brokeruKj firm nf It ItuJiera ,v tlt. SBi.r n. V 35 8 9. '.f wKiPh V--?" 723 nan Hip value uf hie Intppst Iir the. firm lie l.f IXI.SDO .a 'Ii lo hi. tiler'. r.lliHbelh N and KHltn-r iiP () llitleer.. and hi brother. Henry p rtnilnere, and hl nephpw, Jnhn Ilayard Verplanck HI. bualneea aMoclitt, BtnJamln P. Wllkti. int tlS.OOt. TAI.KKD IXTELLKJKXT liY The first testimony In support of the will of Amos lino now beliiR contested by the heirs at law before Surrosate C'ohalan and a Jury was offerrd yester day. A number of well known men who nut. r...r...u ..e M ...btlftr..! .I.i.v i,.iiM,i i, '..,.. '.,r '-,,., ,i mi.,. I .(..Fin. t .... mi i ... .u ..... ...Ft ,l-,. ... ..I,. ...I,. ..I .11,1 ...uv be executed tin. will b. nuesllon. Amnnir them were Itobert H. DowllttR. president of the City ItivestlnR Company; ilp.irRe Ii. Itead, real en I. 'He broker; Municipal Justice Watihopu Lynn and cx-Justlce William N. Cohen. Dr. Calvin S. May stld he knew Mr. Kno both In New Voik and Saratoita nnd observed no chanqe In Mm iltirlnR the last year or so before bis death. C.eorRe It. 15p.hI testified that he had known Mr. Pno for thirty years and that In lfll t he talked with him about leasinR ceitaln prop.-rty Ills appearance was un thanRcd and he was "like nnv other Ren tleman of mature year..." He admitted that Mr. Kno nptipiired to have suffered fiom the eifects nf his operation-.. William V. Vim Pelt, a teal estate nun and Peter It. Wclliir. who had met Mr lino hre nnd m Lurope. lestilled that he was ratlnn.il nlihoimh Mr. pilar thouiiht he was ii.it n. "spry" In, his later yeais as he had lipen. Justice I.miii told of dinitiR with Mr : Muo In January, HM.'. a few mouths lie. fine h.' m. 1. 1.' Ills will, al tin; home of W' m Mitchell, oiip of the executors.! Ashid wliat was discussed ilurinj the .1 nn-r. Justl. e Lynn said tin y com ni'fnted on th" quality of Mr. Mitrhell's , ...i;,i .... .....i ..... ..n..M r.e tik. r,.r..i "Mr Lno asked me If I wa nnp of I tbo.e Jiidpos who kept tenants In hnup 1 whm they didn't pay their rent and I ' ndmiled that 1 bad Indtilced III Uut i fruity." said Justice Lynn "I asked for advice on real c-t.it. matter because 1 always like tn rpi advice cheap, and Mr Kno p'tled me because tnv property was moiiRaRid He told me he was under Rieat.r expense from bis IiIrIi c ,i" property than from his 'cold water ai. .1 wall.up,' meinuiR tineni. ntv where there is no elevator service or hot water." Kx-Justlce Cohen sad that when he met Mr I'no not Ioiir before his death b. notned ii.ithiiiR ex.i-iit that h" up p. u-e I to be hav nu trouble with his ei - as the i.-stilt of the removal of a i .it ira. t Ib.b. rt i: PowbiR testined that he tret Mr Pno in th- . orrldor of the r,ty liiv.stitiR ltiilbliiiR 111 1DI.. wln-n mp i.iihP'i over r.'ai .--in.- u. ..- 1 Rently and undoubtedly knew what he w talkliiR ntiout The cie wM' ro on to-day CONTESTING WOERZ WILL. bnrle P. Iln.'lm'r l. lo lUanilne W'lt.ie".- In lloeiiniFiit. ii t ... i.t. f .--... .nini- to Ch.l'l' b'c.k Prnet wi! of b's f.ithet -In-law, W Woerz. the tirewer, took the ii ,v 1 '. llrst et. p in the proc , .1 'ic y.ster - wh.-n he nppl'ed to Surrf'R ite Co- n for leave to exam. tie the wit- I n ssos to the Woeiz will, which if set I as. d.' will Rive h'. six children i.'.V.uii leach. Insl.-ad Of the ...Uest of $30, I oo left In the will. The estate amounts It" it lei't J3.73n.nnfi. he vay Mr DoelRcr wiy in hi nllldavit that 1 he vis.tPd his f ilh.'t -111-! iw on the day j tli,. ...-it. -ted will w.u. executed whlih w 1- two I.f Iff. -ie bis i If a Y mil l- u'.-l '1 111 .:i such a "weak, tied and ib .--p. 1 it. .million that he wa unable to . 1. oRtitre any one about him He had n. en silfferlHR for some time from R.vit. j asthma and bronchitis. The lllms de-. , v. Ini.eri int.. bion.hlal ttoiible, from ! w h.cli he .ile.1 I Mr. PoelRer. snyti that prim to the I ile. ednt's death h showed are.it fond ' 1 .. for the DoeiRet hildren and had tetn.iiit.ei. d them '.literally in a foinier ' w i: in which h" al"o Raxe a liberal be ' ii,est to their mi'ttier. Mr- Lillian W'ner ioiIr.i. now d.ad. He says he doesn't , know wliat brc .line of tin- wil The dm inn. nt heltiR .nntcstcd was drawn by (ii irics S CuRRenheiincr of C.usRen- 1 ju-imer, , I'nicrmycr & Marshall LEAVES $3,000,000 ESTATE. Mr, r.-icllc l.lv iimsion Iti-iliii.iiid Will Hull, in i nisi 10 Mo sit, 10, 1, p. i HMKKI.i .-11. N Y, Jui.e 27 Pr :t, th llloliti T.vol r'v "M mated 1.1 In. wo'th lie-.ween "" and j I .oori.t'lMi !. ,i Hj.,.s,-d of w !l of l.stclle I, vitiRFton It' ll w fo of ileraldyn H.-dmond of N Y . I'lc.l for piobatp tn-dav A in.ei futi'I iicate-l bv Ine late Johnston L.viiiR'ton, father of the teta tt'x. 1 Riven the hushnnd for a l.fe estate and then pisses to the testatrix's t-ons, Johnston I.tvlncston ppdniond. liol.ircl llcdmopd and lie r.tldy n lled ni.nid. Ji The p.-rnin il pioperty 1 r the liiieb md absolutely, also a life 1n1.re.-t in h.-r home, lialU-nd.-r lloii-e at T,vtd., whi'h upon h. .l.-alh paese to .1 dit.'ton L'v.i.;'sEon Ibnlinund To the i.th." two l"ll she Rives $T ..fi'.O 0111 r. (.'.lit. nintces Carol., de LaiiRl.-r-Vlllais, 1 Mst.r. icceivfn all the laci , jeweirv ml heirlooms nl Hie LvuiRstons The un due of Hie CFl.c'e , Riven Ccrahlyn Ite.l liioiid fin I'.le and upon ho .1. ..'Ii to bn iliviileil eitially iitniiiiR ih.ir urn or t-o! Issue VI 1 . V n 11 V rn ill. I. ell . 1, 1 117, i:i:l. Mi vi 01. v. 1, I . June 27 -Mr' l u. rank. 11 a dauthter Hannah f John Ue'lti'ti. who la A T Slew.i't. t1 n.inv ye. us iiri totals 51.1.H.2 HI d out i.ar.b'ii City for 'e . v York tncr' li.int. . . ft 10 estate w in. ti 1 Ml Rr.'i- and 1 107 I'.i.t . llip.l illp.l X net. accidjiR 1.1 an appriil'.il hiie 10. .lay Mi Van Vninken at 1 lenipi'tcad vlllaRe on De. ember i'l last Sli" wa the widow nf Dr 1. D Van Viatilien, .1 veil 1 In n v lohn K Van Vr.inkiti a mn. iv.eive f.'.";t. .',17 01. i.fnl nn.i l 'aii VrinU. n V. 11', nn'. ''-' The M. th "list I ;i.i-,-. ,,i.l I'minii. 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - - n ol reciivis. J'l 111 0 and li.-jihews.ind nice. divide tn.iitii) film nl In 11 for McDowell sier. StirioRatP I'olialan h. ard an aiipll.' tlon ytstercl.v oi- the appoiti'inent of 1 Rii-irdtan tor llele'i F and libra Sel don Lord McDowell, the 'ncompptelit daiiKhtprs of Hill Irviti M, Dowell, civil 1 w.u heio Th" ilauchter sliare 111 the I, ine from ttist fiii.il .rented by ! Ihi-ii nio'hPi Mr lleb 11 M MlDowc'I '.vie. .bed in Ix'M a" I lefl t lein pi.i.er'v I "1 -iii.liint 'he picinlM- it in w, 1 Ninth -reel The dallRhlet Helen who ih i'.i", years olil. w .1.- 1 oniiii'tteii to ii'i.onilni;. dale Hn'pltal lat l-'ebniu- G. A. R. STATE CAMP OPENS. linv W III I 111 11 11 llxpecleil to. iiriM II Till Htrliliiu. I'Tp'.v, June 2.'. Pile llfticii anniial encampment of the lirand Anily of the rtcpubllc, Department nf New York, wa 1 opened hei.. to-iu;hi when Mayor Smith delivered an ad, lies ot welcome and Department Commander Zan 1. Tldhall and Corporal Tanner responded The coinet or omces apparently 'a ' Ucc. Mils vear Hum In the past The ntw 0III1 prs may lie choecn hi a.clnma tlon The tlrsl business, session of thn encampment mkes plain lo-morroe,-, and In the eei iiir a cnijipnre la schedule j t which Oov Whitman Is expected to bo the principal ipeaker. UiNPoN, June 27. Thp nlllclal prei bureau announced lo-nlKht that the Duke of pennhlre will suceed the Duke of CnnnaiiRht an (iovernot-licncral of I'Miiada. Victor Christian William Cavendish, ninth Duke of Dcwmshtre, Is Jears old and succeeded to the title In 19US on the death of his uncle. He owns npiiroMniately Kfi.Oiif" ncre of Imnl and mines In Lancashire ..... ., . , u Derbyshire He has served In the. House of Commons and was Treasurer of the Kiiik's Household fiom I9l to 1903. ! Later be became I'lnimclal Secrelnry of the Treasurv. He Iihs been Lord Lieu- tenant of Derbyshire and President of the Territorial l'oices. The Duke l Hip owner of pry vain i able nil collections. 1 1 Is a member 'of Itrooks, Hip MarlboioiiRh and Turf dubs. . Il.s wife, whom be married In l52, was formerly Lady i:elyn Kltr.inalirlce, i dauRhter of the Marquis of Lansdowne. They have two sons and t!c dauKhters. SHACKLETON SEEKS NEW SHIP. Can't iivt ru'iillni' 1 lo ciii- Xnlnri'tlc I'urtj. fffWl I nhlt llltfllrh In Till. " ' 1 ItrK.sos AvtiKS, June 27 -l.ieir. Sir Kineet Shackleton leleRraphed to ihe I ArR.iitiiip liovcrnnient askuiR that the ArRentln.' slisii. of w.u, I'niRiiay, whl'li il.scm.l the Swedish expedition in I'J'M. be sent lo Kleph.int Uland to rescue the incnibeis of hi-, pari lift there The Ar Rentii.e Admlralts has replied, sayli.'? that tins is impos.sil.1c, as the I ruRU.iy " ' ' The AiRPiillne sloop f-wai- I'rURU.iy l'.in:i a, id was sent into Weildell Sea In bv a brilliant exploit rescued the nie'n I bets ..f :he patty led by Dr i Uto Nor- .letislijiilil. nephew of the discoveter of the Northern! P.iss.irp. I 1..1. im .. .. . eMu-illtlon sent fr.-m Sweden hid time to make the Journey The expedition, ,n .the 'leainsh'p AotarctK. penetrated the I Ice park In Weildell Sea mill spent u Isicond winter on Snow Hill IfIiiihI. but I the 'hip was lost in Ihe Ice while on ! hei way t. take them off OBITUARY. Mr., Menu 7.. ernilly .-. 1 N J. June i . ,( ? . . v, niltVe. M 17 - Mr, year old. widow- ..f tre Itev itutuyiree Verml yc. diid vestenliy in lh home of l.er .I.iurIi tei. Mrs. Il.-rnaid Ci. Uueart. 17'". Para mils road. She was the datiRhl. r of Mr and Mrs Jamb .1 Zabn-lile and was hern heie in the old K.ihMskic boinenp.i I, retted In Itevolutnmary diys The property ha been m th. po. "ini of the Zabrlskie tannly nearly l!7 year. Mil.. Vermllves hii'baiid, who had pa 1 torales In CoV tesv ill.-. Hamilton. N Y. nnd other clt.cs. died In P..0I Mrs milye is survived by a .laiiRhlei. Ver Mts. lib- i lioR.ui. ami a nroui.-i. 01...1.1 .10 rl'kle. 1 " Ml Victor! lleiili' 11. Miss Victoria A lli-uleii. :i v.-ai- Id. who served a a public school leichT lu Manhattan for more than half a ien tury before her tetlrement In P.,f2. died of pneiimoiila on Monday at her I10111-. Cl flon pi ice, P.rooklyn Her work a- ..- oiler, hend of the prim ir d.-. ar'-tn.-nt and principal. i xtet dinR ovi ' tif'y four veir. b.can a-.d ended In Pub;.. School .I'"-. Wenue ' and llai-t Nint 1 sir..-'. She was Ioiir an active work. In the Knox Prcsbvtenin Chinch She is siirv.ve.l bv a sister and several tl. phew ,i nieces Theodore Hamilton. , II vt.TiMoHC. June 27 Theodoie Ham ,111011. a famous Shakespearian ir-c. dim. I I lo. I at his summer home. Wist Haven. Conn, tn-dav. aciotdiiiR lo ,1 despiilih leielve.l hcie by hi sislei. Mi t T Itinilshavv Dentil was due 10 a compli- I cation of diffuses follow iiir an illness nf more than .1 yiat When the civil win broke out the 10 lor enlisted mulct Hen l.oiiRsirc-it in th" Coufedetate aimy. Th. bo.lv will be btoiiRhi hi. e for btiiial III M01 1 C.i 1 en Ci meierv llllaoi Mllllu M.ii-vT Vkiinos-. N V. June 27 - Will. .tn M.lllR.in, iiri.J '"..1 year, iped In hi lion-.. 10 Frankly n place lat tu.-ht after in lllnes of fo.ir years. lie eervfd a stetioRrapher in Hie County Court for toiirte'n yp.it'. nnd this ninrnliiR Counlv JudRp Frank I. YoutiR niid a Ulbute to lilrn M" M lllean was secretary to, Hen ll.ii Ituibi durliiR th lailerH i.indidacy for President, and sf.rft.iry to the Surveyor of the Port of N'w York. Ills wife and live sun- survive , HenrT Mi iln in. Pi ilo-ril. V .1 , June 2.1 II. i rv Mc Adiims. !i.' y.-ais old died last nlRht at the lioine of In dauRhter Mrs .lame Pelt. Sell Itahwiv avenue lt Mi Adam cam- here fiom Ni v Y.nk cltv s.-v.niv-llve year.- i.ro In tlie civil war h" served ". Ciinpany C. Fourteenth New- Jprsev It. oiein. and won the tank of seiRp.int for it'litient mtv.o- He in survlv'.-d bv one son aid tine dailRht.-o. liruvlila lli'iineff. I.vki-.vii:w. N J. June 27 - - Frastu r.2 y-:.r-las' nlRliI I Hennelt. bulldit'R eontractor. ' 0I1I, died of mule itnliRestlou in hi I nine, avi Crook nvpnup lb- vvaa .1 member of Pas.-. 11. City Council, Junior O 1" A M and Pae. 11c Councl'. Son and DuirIi'pis of Liberty His wl'e and 'v 1 hd.lrett survive. Mr Peniatmn lli.-ks. Mrs Frank Petold, Mix liiir-, lot'., p.'i'iiett. f.ordin P'-niPtt. 1'harle Heniipn ami Clarence fb'tineti loll 0 llelilell.n.'l. l-V. PllAl'll. I. I llllip - John fore lie llpldelbach r,4 .e I. Hied a few years of restnuranls In r- old. i" iRo coudiicied a chair ni I nbo'it New- York died In-ilnv In h'F .ountry' home nt Sf.fl Jackson lloiilev-ard herp lu the w-'nter lie live. I In ltiv.ri.le Drive Manti. iCan Mr llpldplba. h is survived bv n w- ihw ami one il.-niRh'ir Mr Frank I Itn cov.ir rf New Yor'i ' dobli W. .illlte.T, .lohn W Shihlev , for mftnv veirsj i-orne.ie,l v it 1 h ptlnllnR dep'tr'nienl of II irpei I It 'i d'pd y-pslPrd.i v follow- ine nn op. r mnn ca horn t Hrooklvn xlv-four vpii iiro 11.. sui'vlvPd by til widow, one daughter, Mr I'harlps Wehr h's mother who v, nnp pl"er and a brother Mrs. Snrnli l.oracli, j Mo'iTfi vnt. N ,f . June 27 - While , wa'titiR for a trollev car 10 take her tn i funer il here this afternoon Mr. Sarah Lorsch, i".7 yeats old. was stricken w'lh I a cerebral h.inonh.iRe nnd died within a few minute The hndv was. taken lo the home nf her son-ln law, I 'II Cash mnn, In C'loverhill place. . tin, F.lUnl.cth MosTi'l.Altt S' .1 . n. Mauley, June 27 Mrs llPzabeih ppp-'kmin .Manli-y xv; years old, nl'lovv of Pe.m .'t. Manlev. died last nlRht at the home of her son. Thomae R. Mauley, 117 Park street, Mr. Minify hid been an Invalid for several year. OX A 111,000 MII.K TIMP A teleRr.im received eterdav hv llrtiry Clews Sc Co. Indicates that James It. Unity and Charlea Marcllc, ofpee inanaRers In two of the bran It orticis of Ihe bankliiR firm, who a v.ar n iilidertonk a Pi.imiiI mile num.' trip for their heallh. may have b. en drowiieil in a norm on Lake Michigan No worl has rnnii. from Die two .n --ih for nearly a tnouih and mil. h of th.'ir mall has been returned fiom plio-es m which they were to slop In their Ioiir Journey. Their friends In tin lliuMi.-l.il district feared yesterday that they had been lost. The inrnKiiKM that came tn Henry Clews K Co. was finnt th" First Na tional Hank of ChchovR.in. Mhii. It was as follows "Last fall J.itnes 11 Murly Charles Mat. ell., . iino.sl tn lb- with point They this iitnl wltiler.-il hen al llla.i. L.i'.c left for Sault Sle. Marie e.uly inonlli and e.pecl.-d to be a' 'Son Llks convention. la-l;,th m-.t for the Our liu'lnbei. Itniuiie.1 for them, bill they had not airlvrd Wi.ikaRe fiom somo small ciafl. paddles. rusoI. ne tans, Ac, have recently .e n dlsmvi'i-d alutiR thn route In open l.-l, that th. y won d have to pans, ulso mall s. lit the boys has been returned lo-d.i.v fmni 'Son "PuttliiR th. iwo l.iR.-lhii it has alarmed their fiiend' heic. P.. v on know If the family have heiitd fiom the lioys. p.-llev.- Mi. Hutty's brotlier is n member of youi til ill. m. wiite to yo-i t itbei than home aildnse, Riv. ii 1.'. Proil vtrret, New York. Prlinds lie ...... is' ed na tive at Albany Isle to s. ml. slioi.w for otlu-i iriis If porsihh ll is . l aij place f(1 ,llMo,. tn,, if toiuiy " The last wind fiom the tiaviM.i wa dated June i' It was Jti't a vcar iiro yi'tetdnv tint thev lett Ih. Col iintiia Yai hi Chili with I lut t m Ii -Ii lei rler Palsy in a twenty -five fool . a-ioe intend ItiR io eitcutnn.iv mate th. ..-t, 11 half of the Pnlted States Hu-tv . 1 i s had lrnuhlc.1 him and his physuiai t ild It 1 til he -voiild lore hi- siriiI 11 ii. ill not take, a ..u off and bvi in the op. Itoth men wete 'kill, d caroelsi- J ' h was about it.', yeats obi. The rotile t'nv Intended to Mke. wa: To Albany via tin Hudson, li.. e to the Kile Canal, the Rreat lakes, t,. i.;,. Chi. i.iro Itlver. t the 1lr.1ln.iK' m.il. and thence Inn. th" Illinois and M 'ssu.slppl ilvets. Th.-v- plauiied !.. p.nld.c leisurely down the Mtsjusipit to tie 'iulf of .M..X..O, i-klrt Us phoie to Ih. (iiarlottx Itiver. Florida. an.l I.11 I'iniced throiiRh that stre-im lo tic Cloosa hul he" Itlver to L.lk. like.- i- i.-e and thrnusli a canal to the At iM Hurt, was hi..i.h--''T o' 'i. Clews bran ii at 1122 Hro.idwiv a. I Murcello was 111 rha-ce of the l'nion S riue of. tici lluitvj. liroiiHt, .i.-iiR. Hurty, ! one of the il'.i uii-'ub. s f Henry CIiws t Co and Ives ,i" ,s- .,. Peach. Conn. NEW YORKERS WIN AT CRICKET Ileal I'rniil.Oiril. IT.'t lo I .". In ih I r it I ic lor llnllfnx up. I ' j 1 11 VI I. 1 111 I'l I i" 1 r .st 1 tn- tw.. in.it In p 1 V.ilk. Wil. II 1.1RI. sc.l 'liR I. In by th !,'. -1 -ir t, .'ti- ma-' h 11 the H.r f.i ! suited In . oinparativelv l.. New Y.itl. team w.iiiilni; fr- ri Si ic tlRC.I ' I S re- t - the 1 l-'r il k oinds at ford 1 'ticket club on the llav.-rfor.l. 171 to r. Th. I'rankfoid , lub w:.-- t'l -t at bat and it looked like .1 mii-,- f r the e Ptld of ket still - behind, bv- J S. .elully home fain urtil Jus HPtll Jll't Itef'-te In- name With b 11 "'1. vvi to fal' New Y..ik was .'2 nr .1 P Kef nan was tlien J" 10 1 llr.t.. Itoth batsmen plav and before tunc was I.. I I- ol added the necessary runs ' tie the n-nrt anil i;. mom before Mriz wa- howled by Poitomiey for '.' -I D Koiiiin had a t ol nut sere of 3'" The New York I. .1111 vv i'! p'ay the Mer on '" ' at llav. rferd to-morrow. DROP 45 "UNION" TEACHERS. I hlcimo lloiiril of I Id 11. u I Inn (iltr III. IK In Fed. TO tl. .11. C111CV..0 June 27 -The Hoitd of IM11 , .1 1 1. in struck a blow 1' the Chlcapo 'I'e iclier. Fed. I.ltiotl tool iv whrii It 01 .i.ieil dropped from the tci.b.iiR fore, slxty-elclit teachers, fortv-dvc of whom are' member of th" Teacher l'nion Air.oiiR th.tn an- all Ih" "lll-cr of the union Mi Ida M 1. FuiM.-.n presl .1. nt . Marv F Dw-yer i..-.-r.li' r secre l.uy . Princes It llarde" .-m -. -po-idlni le.retiry, and Mi'V K Mni.y. tteas-uti-r ii.e action of tl . ttu-'pc- 1 the cul m nnti 'ii "I" lluhi th- b',"l l.i- been maki'iK on th.- u-con f..r m .t" ihan a year and t'dlow-d .1 refii.-al bv Superior ju.l-'e Sulbvan lo-d.n- to .-no. in In jun, lion aitai'i t t1',- l.oai I In 11 pie V ,n- .0111 .Ic iM'.n ine ineml'P''R were en.ioine.1 li"in .111. rferniR Willi tho tcai.'h . rs and ."iit'inp. pro. c.i iir- .ire threat 1 tn .1 i)ii:n. pi. 'KINS' 'N VI l' Illl Kle 1 .r. . !" V Pl.k.-l. Ill .-li si 1 mil "! Y Junp li ih md 1 I 1 an ' k neon ii . t.iirn 1 t ii-. g. 1 . . rn ef IPh- T.."ee ,s.. .!(. nr. I i ti- lute . irv .. r. - I- . in. re-t It u rtav .lun- -"' ! - J" M .. -.1 lltP"l IIH'II 1- HV ll. H ' T . . p.'pPt l; P lilPNnl.ps "-im lay .-etinr 1'.,!'. .Inhl, 11 . fi.-'l I.. . 11 ' I..M.II" In Ail-am. 'un.'ll fprvl.e. nt le o I'o rtlt.ilier J ll me A'lirar ll- t, tl.rhl'k N V . nn V e '1 . . ;v. t 3 31 1' M A Albany Snuthe-n Ib V hanv nl I o'.iei i, r. the .rviF l-r,v in vinii I. ' , fPI v e vt:it vl ruribil ' . 1 . vv . 1M1.I itref t ' 1'rili'i, K ' 11 I-' ItlR ' W p 1-1' - I ' lift. I 1 VI.UMI IA I' Kli'.i.-d 11 ' ' 11" ' Mm, Irty Jillie .... I ' ' '. V ' ' ' 1 Verilll'VP. wl low ef h" Itev tllt'l ' 'irilKkti. 1) Var- s. I j 'ervi. e w ill h hehl H . h.r Ute real '. r.,1.1. Uldi. 1. limn :'9, at he In walling nt rien.-e t;r. mill I' ..an. w o.t.l. N .1 . n Thai e 1 t 3D I' M CarrlKo it' liliiliewnpil fnr nam l,--iv'lnc font of i'hinti.r sireet P M . Krl rt. ft. MKVIOIII.M s;nir.. rilAI'.MXS Vietor I. Ill nuniii'l of ihe xtiierlcin liyiiitf Corps killed In action vt Venlun on Inn.. son of John .lav c'hapuiiit jnd On. Ian. Minn T i III nt 1 It s i ' It a 4. 111 .1 11 V memorial service ..111 Iv held at Trtlll' I'hutrh N'e York on I rlilav .lime 111, at lit N lloston paters pleaj-e tupy. i 1 p'L'li' c ".WyaMK .