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n m m ( Immigrants He'ar Concert and Speqch ' by Senator Calder Mine. Xnmnm ShiffH ami Nn- (loiml S.vniphony Orclicfl irix rinyfl, Tlio Kntlonnl flymphony Orchestra, Ariur llpdnnliy conductor, onvo a con- cert yesterday nfternoon for tha tmml rnl t I'lll Inland, Thn concert wns flvrn on tho lawn back of tha rerelvlnir ,ltion, nmi 3.UQ0 immigrnntn mm 1,000 vpr from tho city composed tho au dience lime. Mnrguerltn Nnmnrn, soprnno. mg the Jewel Hong1 from "Fnust," tho Willi Hone from "Itomoo nnd Juliet" iml the Muirlln Wnltx from j Ilo. lame." Hrlplono Clulill, conceit mauler cf tho nrcl)trn, played (ho last move ment of Mendelssohn's concerto on the tlolln. Fhcrt addresses were mndo by Fred- erlck A, Wnllls, Holanl II. Mahancy of the Department of Labor, and Honator William M, Calilcr. 4 Among those who Attended the con mi wcie seventy womon police reserves from Mitnliuitan under thu commaml of Major Anna i.ouuni, una rorty from brooklyn nnd Queens under command of I'npt. Christina Ievl. t'n ml)' niilrllmleili Cindy and fruit were dlutrlbutcd by th tinmen police reserves among tho InvnigNiiK Thla pleased the children pitU?)iry, Thu candy whn of various kinds, but tollypopa seemed to pre iliii 111 ilc M uiy of the little newcomers dllH'.irfil never to have iron thla par tnubr Kind of delicacy and had to be thoun ho'v to set the mwi delight out of them Commissioner Wnllln spoko of IJIIIa Blstid an the gateway of America, "Hut, If cuntlnuMl, "tho gato swings only outwardly for mty man or woman who ty word cf deed would threaten our Constitution or our frcu Institutions," Commissioner Wnllln mild tint none of th Jlcds or Soviet group were In nt tfndinro at thu concert. They worn In licd but declined to come, evidently rr 'trlng to remain under guard. ?nitor ("aider said! "flii' people who have omu hero from ether lands hnvo mado the nation what It i to-day, n' grcnt land, of opportunity. Moit of those who have cotno hero have understood that with tho opportunl tl came also tho responsibility, first, of obedience to the law, nnd secondly, re nnet for tho right" of other, Homo, li 'wevcr, In theso later days, perhaps lie auy of tho fart that they havo been el pressed nbrond and believed that all jfoveriynrnt wns Instituted for their 011. pre!cn, havo somehow or other failed to recopnlio their obligations. And It Is Idle to deny that becnuno of this atti tude on the part nr many though In deed a mall proportion of thoso who hive come here and benefited by the Piportunltlea of America, that through out tho country to-day tlicru exists a d'ep rooted determination to more enro fully scrutinize In tho futuro the men 'mI women who cotno here from other countries. Stmt Llvo t'p (o Lnvrs, "t have tho greatest reaped for those sho come to better their conditions, Ono of my own Immediate ancestors was (f foreign birth, but there must c full undcretnndlng-of tho fact that tho people ho rnter our gates nre ox poet od to'llve 11? to their obligation or elso there will st t general and Insistent demand for uie tnnctment of laws mu -h moro ro-tr-ltvc than those on the statnto books tJliy, In tho many years have served l.i the two houses of CongrcM I have at jn urted moderation In doallng with '. tubject of Immigration, but tho tlmo Is here now when wo must exorcise some control over tho character of people who cone hero to llvo among us. ".i a .Senator of tho United States. I iMrem myself to you to-day, timing va to famlllarlxe yourselvea with our lau and our customs, to abldo strictly l them, ami to llvo up to your obllga t.' in as tho American citizens you all hope to become." COMl-OSiniS TO IIO.VOIl SOUSA. A tribute to John Philip Sousa Is be Ink arranjed by contemporaneous com peters on Sunday cvcnlnc next nt tho llltipodrome, when he and his band cf Kc- will celebrate the twenty-eighth an nlversary of that organization. Appear ing on the staso with tho "March King" nt one period of tho programme -will bo Victor Herbert, Jerome Kern, Itaymond llubbell, Ivan Caryll, Victor Jnrobl. Iuls A. Hlrich, Silvio Ileln, RudoV)b Krlml, fjustave Kerkcr, Irving Uorlln t.tiC A. Haldwln Sloano. A laurel wreath rill be presented to Mr. Sousa by tho Musicians Club of "Now Tork. of which Walter Damroseu is president. MJXI.VfiTO.V co.,ckuts orix. Tho first of a series of Sunday night concerts at moderato prices was given at tho Lexington Thoatre last night by Harold Haucr, pianist, and Toscha Scldel, violinist. Tha principal number on tho programme was a sonata by Brahnw. A largo audlenco applauded tho musi cians. MISS NIJVADA SINGS IN PAIIIS. Taws, Kept. 19. Miss Mlgnon Nevada cf New York, a young American singer, made her debut In tho Opera Comlque lit night In tho part of .Wlmi In "La Vie dc Hohcme." Sho achieved a great uccesj, nnd was accorded an cnthusl "tic reception. Miss Nevada Is the isughter of Mme. Emma Nevada (Mrs. Palmer), one tlmo celebrated prima donna, and Dr. I'almcr of New Tork. MAISON 22 East 57th Street Between Fifth and Madison Aves. BERNARD A Six-Story Bulldinff Devoted to Exclusive Ladies' Apparel PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE, NIOW YOHIC, Mm, William Ooadby Loew and Mian flortnro Iow will return to lloslyn, U, I,i from French LflU Hprlngs, Jnd,, on next Saturday, Mr, nnd Mrs, Kd win Main I'oit, Jr who were wltlWer father, Mr, ioew, nave returned to new torn. Mrs. Henry MoKeen furrldny nnd Mils Caroline Kcrrlday will return from irtilhlehrm, C'nnn.t late In October, Mrs, Clark Williams, who was a nuest of Mm, 1'rederlrk V, Thonipnan In Cnnnn- dalRtia, N, Y lias tetumed to rort Chester, N, V, Mr. and Mrs. Krnnk II, Keech, who navo neen camping In Wiom n, havo re turned to their country placa In Tuxedo rant ror tna autumn. Mr, Harold II, Weekeohaa joined Mrs, WVekes In I'arls. They will leave tnJra for New York nn October nnd go to Isllp, L, I,, for tho remainder of tho autumn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Forsyth Wlckes havo ro tinned from Newport nnd will paas t)i nutumn at tholr country houso In Tuxedo Fark. Mr, John T), Ilockofollor, who had been vlaltlng his brother, Mr, William Itockefeller, nt his camp In tha Adiron dack, has returned to I'ocantlco Hills, N. Y. Mr, nnd Mrs. 13. Farmaleo Frentlco IU return next Saturday from Will lamstown, Mnss, Dr. nnd Mm. Allen M. Thomaa will return thin week to their home, 8 Kast Fifty-Second street, from Har Maroor, Me, Mr. and Mrs, F. Kuerton Webb will remain In Locuat Vnlley, L. I until nfter election day, Mr. nederlo C. Penflcld, formerly I'nlted Btntes Ambassador to Austria Hungary, nnd Mrs. Fonfleld nro at the Trnymore, Atlantlo City. Among tho passongers sailing on board tho Olymplo on Saturday were Mr. una Mrs, J, Ives Flumb of Isllp, L, I. WASHINOTON. Mmo. niano, wife of tho"3panlsh Am barsador, will return from York liar, bor, Me., Octobor t. Thf Minister of Denmark, Mr. Con stanMn Ilrun, has returned to the lega tlon lure from Har Harbor, .Me., where ho spent tho Bummer. Th Mlnlaler of Foland. I'rlnco Cnsl mlr Lutotnlrskl, Ir In New York on a brief visit. 1'rlnccss Lubomlrelcn, who spent the summer nt Newport, Is ox pecte I In Washington about October 1. Tho Minister of Switzerland and Mme Peter, who have been In Kurope since tho early summer, will return here ()c tober 2. Immediately following Mr. Peter's return Dr Conrad Jenny, accrc t"ry of the legation, who has acted na Charge In the Minister's nbsenco. will leave for Europe on a vacation. AT OTIinn P!,ACK.t. Mrs. John II. Kcovlllu of North An dover, Mass., bas Issued Invitations for tho wedding of her daughter, Miss Frances U Swlllc, to Dr. .David N, Harrows, son of .Mrs. Charles Clifford Harrows of New York, October P. In the Hplsropnl Church, North Andovcr. Miss Klsle Nichols of Hoston. score tnry of tho 1913 Scwjng Circle, sails' this week for u visit to her sister, Mrs.' Robwt Krvln, v. ho li living In Japan. Itcr they will go to Corregldor, Phil ippine Islands, where Cart Brvln, t;. S, A., has been commfssloned head of the aviation camp. They will return together In tho spring, SALE FOE ROOSEVELT FUND. Mm. A. Iliirtnn Heiitmm Is Hon ornry Clmlrninn of Committee. "Harly next month n rummage sale will bo held for tho benefit of tha American ization fund of tho Women's Roosevelt Memorial Association, which Is Boon to begin tho reconstruction of Roosevelt Houso. Tho committee In charge, which In cludes Mrs. A. Harton Hepburn, horn ornry chairman; Mrs. John Henry Ham mond, Mrs. Edward D. Mosley, chairman of sales; Mrs. George Elder Adams, Mrs, Harvey 8. Chatflold, Mrs. Robert H, McNall, Mrs. Hdwnrd P. Hutton nnd Miss Ruby Itocs. solicits articles of nil kinds for the sale. Tho articles may bo sent to Mrs. Mos ley, 1038 Fifth avenue. Tho sale will bo held .nt a central point In Mnnhattan, the place and data to be announced later. FOn MISS TrCEI.'S WI3DDIXG. Mrs. Corn Dcpcw Tcol of 09 West HUh street has Issued Invitations for tho marrlago of her daughter. Miss Dorothy Elmendorf Teel, to Dr. James Rlslcy Reullng of Davenport, Iowa, In tho Church of tho Divine Paternity, on tlip evening of October 6. Mrs. Frank Iledlcy will bo in.itVon of honor. The bridesmaids will be Misses Evelyn Peck, Elvera Schwecrs, Beatrice Cochran and Evelyn Roso. Dr. Harold Reullng will be best man. Tho ushers will be Lieut H. V. Dcrrnh, U. S. N.: Dr. J. M. Mc Cormlck and Messrs. E. A. Franklin and Frnnk C. Hedley, Dr. Reullng served for the full duration of tho war as a lieutenant In tho submarine divi sion of the navy. HATS The entire Main Floor devoted to Millinery exclusively One thousand hats no two alike each one an individual conception of French originality, or a Maison Bernard creation. $18 upwatds 1 1 HI Many Classmates of W. T. Preston to Attend Wedding Ills Mnrrlnrjo to Bliss Fnnny Itolilwln o Tnko Tlnco Next Saturday. Hoston clasimates, Harvard 1017, of Mr, William Thompson Preston will mnlio a goodly showing at Ida marriage at St. Mark's Church. Mount Klsco, , N. Y on Saturday of this week, to ansa Fanny Taylor Iialilwln, eineai daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Joseph Clark Haldwlm There will be a largo rocep lion nfterward at Hhallowhrpok Farip, where the family make a long season befnro returning lo Now York, In tho Hoston group of usher will bo Francis II, Cabot, Jr., Henry D, Cnbot, Jr. I Charles Hlgglnsnn, Homer Sweelscr and Harrison Reynolds of Headvllle. nil 1017 j men, F, 0, PAOE TO WED SATURDAY, Prospective llrlrtn Is Miss Hnrltl son of LcxIiiKton, ICy, flpedal to Tim Sim Nn Nmv Yosic IIsui.d, Lkxinoton, Ky Sept. 19. Miss Annlo Howard Harbison of this city will be married hero on next Hnturday to Mrj Trnnlt Copelnnd Pngo of Wlnston-Halem, J'. C, son of the lato Mr. Walter nines I nge, formerly Ambnssadrfr from thu L'nltod Stntcn (0 Oreat Ilrltaln, Tha wedding will tnko plnco ut noon at Chrlktlan Church Cathedral, Hlshop Lewis W. Ilurton und Dean Robert IC. Miisalu officiating. Among tho nttend, nets will be Messrs, Harold Fowler mw Arthur Puge of Now York, nnd Douglas Crocker of I'ltchburg, Mass, Mrs, Page end her son will arrive hero on Thurs day. Miss Harbison U tho daughter of Mr. hbelby T. Harbison, Sr., widely known turfman, Mr. Pago Is n nowspaper man, Loving entered that piofesslon oftor ho a as graduated from Harvard. Tho wedding will be ono of tho social events of tho autumn In Kentucky. MARRIED TO IRVINO PARIS 2D. Miss Iliirlium llusaell of Huston Heroines Ilrlde. Special (0 Tub HI'.n and New Yostr 1 1 maid. Hoston, Muss,, Sept, 11', Mlnti Par li.ira Ruwcll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell of 277 Clarndon street. Hoston, und Mr. Irving Paris 2d, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis VI. Purls if New York city, were married In tlnr First Church (Unitarian). Plymouth, youer day nfternoon, The brldcgt 00m l. a inle '15 man nnd had us Ills best man Mr, Lnurellu von Poet Schwab of Vew Yorfi, The ushers were Memis. Horatio Nelson Slater, Herman Schwab und John Kellly, all of .'cw Voik. A icrcpdou was held at the Russell country place. Mr. and Mrs. Paris will llvo at Webster. Mass., whrio the bridegroom Is con nected with the Sinter mills. IIIIOWX CAilPKNTCtl. Special (0 Tns Hex asu New Yoax IIoai.d. Hoston, Mass., Sept. 19. Iirgo num bers of friends attended the wedding yes terday In Wakedcld of Miss Morjorlo Carpenter, daughter of Mrs. Frederick II. ''arpentor of OS Commonwealth avenue, Ho.non, and Wakelleld. and Mr Henry Sanford Hrown of New York, non of Mr. and Mis, John A, Hrown of Tyler, Texas. MUs Carpenter was graduuted from Mlrs Dow's School at Urlarcllff Manor, N. Y. Mr. Hrown Is a 2904 Cornell man. The Rev. Hlwood Worces ter, rector of Emmanuel Church, Hoston, officiated. Tho brldo w.11 given away ry her brother, Mr. Morris Carpenter. Mrs. Richard W. Hollaman of Rye, N. Y., wns matron of honor. The best man was Mr. John J. Hrown of New York. Tho usher were Mr. Thomas H. Fcrrlcr, Jr., of Philadelphia and Mr. John Primrose of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Rnrnn will llvo In New York. M'DONOtlGU ALLAN. Miss Winifred Allan of Plalnflcld. N. J, and Mr. Andrew L. McDonough, son of .Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McDonough of Plntnfleld, were married Saturday nt St. Mary's Church of that city by the Rev, Walter Hennerscy. Tho bride was attended by Miss Luclllo Griffith of Co lumbus, Ohio. Mr. P. J. McDonough, Jr., of Fordham University, a brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The brldo was graduated from the Universi ty of Rochester, Mr. McDonough la a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Ho was a Lleutneant In the air servlco nnd now Is a practising lawyer. They wilt llvo In Plalnfleld. COOK FISKH. B pedal to Tub Hum and New Yoxk H skald. Dosto.v, Sept 19. Mlsa Kathcrlne B. Flsko of Winchester nnd Mr. Dwlght W. Cook of New York were married at Winchester last night The matron of honor waa Mrs. Jnmos Todd, Jr.. 0? Flushing, L. I. Mr. Paul Cook of Now York was best man. The ushers In cluded Mr. James Todd, Jr., of Flush ing, L. I and Mr, Dwlght Flsko of New York. Tho couple will llvo In Phila delphia. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Pratt Institute. Brooklyn, N. Y. WEDDING NOTES. Miss Helen Ream Wilcox, daughter of Mrs. Albert A. Wilcox, and Mr. Eliot Congdon, grnndson of the late Gen Joseph W. Congdon, wero married on last Thursday by the Rev. David Stuart Hamilton, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Paterson, at the rceldcnco .of the bride's mother In Paterson. In the Shaw Avenue Metbodht Eplsco. pal Church a week ngo yesterday JHas Helen D. Saunders, daugntcr or Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert 8. Saunders of 3845 Syosect street Union Course, was married to Air. Charles R. Marqula, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Marquis of 3813 Fulton street, Union Course. Tho brldo was at tended by Miss Anna E. Jones. Tho bridegroom's brother, Mr. Albert Mar quis, wns best man. 4 Miss Dorothy U. LIpper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LIpper, will bo married to Mr, Stephen M. Ames In tho Rltz-Carlton on October 19. LECTURE ON I1IIESS IICSIGMNO. Miss Clover Morgan will glvo tho first of a series of lectures on "Evolution of Drosa Designing with Modern Applica tions" nt the Textile School or the Board of Education, 124 West Thirtieth street, to-morrow night. During the season Mr. Leslie Cauldwell of Paris will glvo a series of eight lectures on "Evolution of French Art" SOCIAL NOTES. Mr. and Mrs.' Olnev R Ir. have been at Hello Torre, Port Jefferson, ' L. I., nro nt Greylock. their houoo ot I Brlarcllff, N. Y.. to remain until No- ! vcmbcr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Pratt havo returned to Wllwyn, alcn Cove, L. I from Isleboro, Dark Harbor. Mr, where they have been since July. Invitations havo been fssucd for the I marrlago of Miss Lydla P. Babbott. diughter of Mr. Frank L. Babbott. and Dr. S. Emlen Stokes of Moorcstown, N. J., which will take place on October 7 at Dosorls, Glen Cove, Ul I Immense Throng Greets Babe Ruth in 'Movie1 Debut ,M 1 1 1 " llnflolinll FmiH Crowd (Jnrdon to Bpo Homo Hun Chum- ' llon fiH Actor, An Immense throng of baseball nnd "movie" fans attended tho first pre sentation In Madison Square Oarden, last night by Tex Itlckard of Halm Ruth on the screen, Tho home run klnff ap peared In "Hnadln' Home," HJ10 II, Y, H, 1'llms, Ino,, filmed tho pictures, Hnbe'fl debut na n film stnr also marked tha opening of the flarden un der the direction of Richard, "Headln' Home" la n rural comedy drnma In six tnrts, it Is the latest effort of R, A. Walsh, who hits mirrounded tho homo run champion with a cast which Includes Miss Ruth Taylor, William Sheer, Will iam J, arosu and Waller Lawrence. Thero was muslo by J, Tim Bryan's ntgro hand, and flstio and screen slurs npponrnl In person at thu petfnrman:e, Babe Ruth Is first shown on tho films In tha woods cutting down n nmnll tree from which ho finally whittles a Imw. ball bat with which ho makes his first homo run of the Haver lock !cuguo. Hu knocked the ball llvo blocks, sending It with a crash through a memorial window that was Just being placed in the village church, There Is so much Indication In tho la over llabe's breaking thu window tnat ho Is forced In leave tho place, lie goes to a city where ho geta a big lii'.KUO contract where his homo runs mnkn him famous, Ilo returns to thu Mllago a baseball hero, Of course there Ik n beautiful girl In tho films who nnkra sheep's eyes nt Babe'. Lltllo Frances Victory, n child wonder, ur.d n dug nro other features of tho production, "T'P TOP" OPIJNH lIKllll OCT. B. The opening of the regular season at Charles Dillingham's Olobo Theatro has been set for Tucmlny evening, October 5 when Fred Stone will nppenr In "Tip Top," a new mus'ral comedy by tho au thors of "Chin Chin" nnd "Jack o'Irfin tern," tha book and lyrics being by Miss Anno Cauldwell nnd R. II, Hurnsldo nnd muslo by Ivan Caryll. Thn cast In cludes -Mlis Oladyn Caldwell, Oscar Rg land, tho Duncan Sisters, Hcult Welsh, the Six Hrown Brothers, M Violet Zell, Miss Teresa Valcrio, Rc Huycr. M.sses Helen Rich, Anna lxdmlllar. Dorothy Clark nnd Ursula" O'Hare, Princess Whltedror, tho Olnbe beauty ehorus and tho Sixteen London P.ilarr Girls. Tho play was pioduced for the first time In Philadelphia last week where It will remain until It comes to New York, CAHT FOR MECCA ANNOUNCIH). Morris Cost yesterday announced tho comt.lote cast for "Mecca," tho Oriental muslo extravaganza by Oscar Aschc, which will open at the Century Theatre on Monday night, October 4. There will bo 400 pcoplo In tha company an J tho list of tho principal plnyM Includes Misses Oladyn Hanson, Hannan Tohadc, Kate Mayhcw, Ida Mulle, Oonevlevo De lora, Audrey Anderson, Martha Iirbcr, May Poth. Margaret Hrodnar nnd Ellxa'beth Talma, nnd Messrs. Lionel Braham, Herbert Gilmwood, John Doran. Orvlllo Caldwell. John Nichol son. Thomas Ivoury, Harold Skinner, John Pluison, Robert Rhoilos, Julian Winters, Richard Schwlndlcr, Basil Smith and Lionel Chalmers. Thero will bu ballet of sixty dancers. NHRICS AMERICAN FLAYS, "Thf European dramatic world looks hopefully to America for now plays," said Marc Klaw, who returned last week rrom abroad. Our young authors never hnve hnd a better opportunity thnn that offered now for the presentation of their works In foreign lands. Tho English theatregoer wants fun and frivolity, for they are very depressed over what the war has left them. Plays llkn "Frcncji Leave." at tho Olobo, and "Lord Richard In the Pantry," at tlo Criterion, are packing those playhouses. But I predict that n reaction will set In soon and tho serious drama will get Its greatest encouragement In London. STUDENTS TO SHU 'OOOIJ TIMES' Fifty young women from France, who nro expected to arrive In New York to-day, on board tho Niagara to attend AmeHrnn enllcirefl utul universities, nnd twenty American women, who sail for' Franco this week ror a similar, purpose, will bo entertained nt to-nlgpt's per formance of "Good Times" at tha Hip podromo by Dr. 8. P. Duggun, director of tho Institute of International Educa tion. 419 West 117th street. Tho the atro party wilt follow n dinner given to tho students by the Institute at tho Hotel Pennsylvania. II1SF.N PLAY AT I.IIXINOTON. Ibsen's sociological play, "An Enemy of the People," which Robert Whlttlcr produced at the Manhattan Opera Houso two weaka ago, and In which he plays tho leading part will move to the Lex ington Theatre to-night for n stay of two weeks. The play has gained greatly In favor during Its two weeks nt the Manhattan. NOTES OF THE THEATRES. The "Zlrgfelrt FoUles" will end Its run at th New Amsterdam Thrntre on Saturday, October 10, when lh orF.inl.-.atlon It lo be transported to Hoston, where It Is to be Rhoun In tha Colonial Theatre for a brief ntawm. 'Titter Patter." tho new musical comedy by William 11. Krledlsnder and Will M. Hough, will be presented nt thu Lonsacro Theatre Tuesday evening, September SS. After two weeks on th road tho 'mombcra of the cast of Owen Davis's new farco "Marry the Toor Olrl" returned to New York lesterrtny for' a series of drees rehearsals More the opening nt the Little Theatro on Thursday night. Oliver Morosco has engaged Minnie Duprce for the title role In "Mom," Ilachol tlarton Ilutlcr'a new comedy dramn, which Is now In rehearsal. Lee phubert will urcsont William Hode In his new comedy "The Guest of Honor" at the nroadhuist Theatro to-nlKht. The moro important players In support of Mr, Hodge will be WIlMam 1.1. Thompson, Predorlo do Dellevllle and Helen Wolcott, "Tim Charm School" returns to tho nilou Theatre to-night , entering upon Its eighth week on uroaunay. .miss huso KOott and Miss Hull) Urban will bo new members of tha cast, "Scandal." with Charles CherrAand Juno WalltM-. will armar this week n? the Ma. Jestlc In llrooklyn; "My floldon Olrl" will he til attraction at ine onuueri-itivieru nnu "Huddles" will be n the Shubcrt-Crctcent. John Drlnkwater'if "Abraham Lincoln," with Frank McGlynn. enters upon Its last week ot tho Cort Theatre to-night. Mrs. Mary Roberts Hlnehnrt, who has two plays on nroadway "Spanish Love" at Maxlno Elliott's Theatre and "The Hat" at the Morosco Theatro win arrive In New York to-day and will see her two plays for Ut first time since they opened In New York. Arthur. Dowyer, who appeared here somo years ago In "The New Bin," has arrived from London to play lit the Galsworthy play, "The Bkln Oarae." which will be produced hero next month by William A. Urady. Alan nrooks's comedy, "Merchants of Ve nus," begins Its out of town engagements to nlsht at the Savoy Theatre,- Asbury Park. It will come to New York next Monday for presentation at the IMnch and Judy Theatre, The east Includes Carroll McComan, Vivian Itushmore, Alan Hrooks Robert Kelly, Jane Dai-well and Mary Howard. A new actress from tho West will make her debut on Droadwajr to-morrow night, when Hello Bennett succeeds Muriel Martin Harvey In the leading feminine rolo In "Happy-Go-Lueky," Ian Hay's comedy, nt the Ilooth Theatre. Miss Dennett has Just completed eighty-five weeks Willi the Alcaiar Stock Company In San Francisco. W. S. Hart Gives Lesson in Crime in 'Cradle of Courage1 Evolution of Holurncd A, E. V, Mini Shown In IMoturn nt tho Illvoll. It cannot Imtlv b said that "Th ' Cradle of Cournge," In which W. 1 Hnrt was seen yesterday nt tho Wvoll, In continuously entertaining nr even In- Greeting, lis quality as diversion vnrles, hut this Irregularity may ho due to inn ruucntionni features of the cinema, Frederick Bradbury nnd Lnmbert Hill yer, nulhors of tho work, havo kept this phnso of tno plcturo nlinnst constantly In mind, In the evolution of thn re turned A, B F. man Into n policeman nfter ho has led n life of ciimo In Hnn Francisco there nro mnny eplsodea pos slbly Instructive to any high school grndunte, for Instnnco, ambitious to de velop Into n (list class second story man, Then thero are suggestions as to his fu lure ca.eer that might auvefornnyolllco;"rJvVhw,llay W"h " ,,ar,y ,0 hoy nnxlous to become a hoiisehreuker at tho curliest minute, Precocious youngsters looking beyond tho unevent ful existence of n t'lc pocket mabo hat will help them to could learn much that blow n info with facility. Of cotirM It Is ton much to ink that n film play should contain these educa tional features und nt the same time engrosa the spectators, In tho banal story thero Is tho familiar old blend of glnmlll and g.it, crook nnd cop, which In (tin past mado up so much of every movie, Tho resuscitation of this familiar material leads to tho belief that perhaps after nil It won merely for the sake of Its usefulness to potential juvenile de Ihwiuentn that "Thn Cradle of Courage" wan sent out by tho Paramount to n critical world. W. 8, Hart Is still capable, In or out of tho cowboy's regalln, of registering u degree of reso lute determination that none of his rivals can approach, Ho Is so Incompar nblo In his mnitery of this particular expression that It Is perhnps unimport ant that he can suggest no other emo tlon. But bo does put up n dandy scrap. Thero was so much comedy In "Good References" nt thn Htrnnd Theatre -ea-terday that tho large auditorium fre quently reechoed with tne cheerful sound of spontaneous gaiety. Ned Spaikes really earned the lion's sham of the credit, His nbrupt, manner, his Jerky movements nnd his rocky look In all sit uations nro admirably suited to the screen' plays, Then Constance Talmndgo possesses much of the birdlike, nalvo manner of the Bllllo Burko of a decade ago, Sho Is therefore capablo of noting prettily as much comedy aa a young woman may ever be oxtected to supply. iTho source of "Good References" was not, to be discerned from that retltcnt sheet, tho Strand programme; but It Is a fact that Dorothy Farnum has mndo a most vivacious scmnrlo from 11. J, Ralh'a stbry. A young woman engaged by mistake to act ns secretary lo n young man expelled from college, who must bu forced to enjoy society If his mint can accomplish It i his chum, com pelled to mask himself ns u vnlet, who li In reality n student of divinity nnd a cheerful youth devoted to prlro fights these nre characters likely to produce I timorous complications nnd they did In "Oood References," which la n First Na tional picture. The Strand programme had as well a Mermnld comedy, "Nonsense," rrnislc that runrcd fioin "Tho Chocolate Sol dier" to "Ii Bohcmo," nnd Its usunl pic torial, which like those at tho Illvoll. 'ho Hlalto and tho Capitol showed the recent catastrophe In the financial district Dorothy a Isli, who Is always nn Irre sistibly amusing soubrette, won tho Har of "Little Miss Rebellion" nt tho Rinlta Miss Gleh always rebels captlvatlngly, nnd as a little duchess who had to keep It up to asrert her personal Importance she was at her best In this Paramount product by Harry Cnrnnnd Wells Hast ings, Tho popular "Don't Weaken" sup plied tho comic relief to tho programme, whlrh bad the usual musical feature. Naomi Chllilers's flno acting In "Earthbound" .continues to bo oni of tho notnbla excellencies ot that atubl tlous cinema which was seen nt the Cap itol yesterday. The Capitol orchestra played two movements from Tschnikow. tky's "Sympbonlo Pnthetlquc" und ti.ore wero n ballet and vocul music. At tho Astor Thentro "Over tho HIIU to tho Poor Houso" had Its first Sui day showing, while, the Lyric began Its fifth week with "While New York Sleeps,'' Marlon Davles Is still to be seen at the Criterion In "Tho Restless Box!" "Way Down East" is drawing large nudlcnccs to tho Forty-fourth Street Thentro, and nt the New Y'ork vnrlous popular plc'uro plays will be shown throughout the week. EES0RT NOTES. THE IIERKSIIIIIES. Mrs. James M. Cox, wlfo of the Dem ocratic nominee for President, was ' In Plttsflcld on Saturday for tho marrlago of Miss Elean6r Ogdcn West to Mr, Perry Melville Shcpard. Sho waa en tertained by tho brldo'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. West, nt Court Hill, nnd sturted last night for Cleve land. Mrs, Elizabeth Lanier Fenno has changed the date of her wedding to Mr. Georgo Klrchway Llvcrmoro from Sat- urday to Friday nfternoon of this week, The ceremony will tnko place at tho villa In Lenox of her pnrcnts..Mr. nnd M?.- ??ore T,!rn,uro' ,M.r; "v' Mrg- Rudolph K. KIsscL Jr.. of Morrlstown. N. J nrrlved yesterday for tho wed Ing nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Roger Wolcott Grlsnold of Eric, Pa., who havo leased Field cottage; will reach Lenox on Wednesday. Mrs, Grlswold nnd Mrs. Kissel nro sisters of Mrs. Fenno, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank It Sturgls will arrlto from Newport to-day nnd will open Cllpston Grange for tho nutumn. Arrivals nt tho Maplowood Hotel In Plttsflcld Includo Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Dlsston, Mr. Hamilton C, Dlsston of Philadelphia, Mrs. Grant Walker of Boston, Mr. nnd Mrs. William J. Bry son und Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel H. Wheolcr of Chicago. Miss Louise M. Isclln. Mrs. Beverly Chew Duer, Miss Sophlo II Duer. Mlssos Fanny IC and Isabel M, Qreg- ?.ry:. wl,0r.?p?ut ,V' "c'l.on B.1 ncn,on Hawk, owned by Ralph N. Slavln nnd Hall Jn Stockbrldge. returned to New salted by Burton Hnrt, was In the lead York yesterday. on , lftBt lc(t wlcn Rh b k , ,b M,r-, U"m mAa Chandler Meer.1 causing her to dnlsh fourth, and Thatcher. Mrs. Charles A. Morso and nlchnr(, N. y,onWa W,n(IwnnJ ,,, brok( a th VuKlS mttl I enox. ' llCr brld,e " lhe boom nn wn " Col W lllnm S TlVnmnnn of VnW Crafl t0 Cr0" th flnlsh llnC- Walter E. Orteans H b, tho In t ot hlS .lcr owe,,'a Dubble touled thc committee M Ro b0Kt nnJ1was 'lleiualincd. Tho Jack waU Hotel Lenox Mrs. Lindsay Ru" 'Lantern' Leonard If. Dyer ren Mrs! Allen"?!" Vos, Mn and Mrs. Y r AbboM won the William Van Brunt Flndlay of New race, wlth F. II. Page s Snapper a closo York and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rand . i' bcln 32. ec')nds b?hlnd uher' Thomas of Boston also nro there, , Thero was a stiff breexe from tho west Mrs. Rowland O. Hazard of Peace- durln tho raf8' .V 'ho 'm,Ua.n Harbor dnle. It I.: Mr. Morris Dunne nnd Mr. 0no Design class H. N. vvhltelsey's Sa Russcll Duane of Philadelphia. Pa., nro Ion' nnlshod first, with Guy Cnrloton's at tho Red Lion Inn nt Stockbrldge. Mlnnehnha trailing nlong. Just two mln- utes and thirty-two seconds In the rear. HOT SPRING 8. , The summary: I Arriving nt the Homestead yesterday I AIm0W CLASS BTAHT, 11:40 A. M. I from Now Y'ork wero Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. , . ... ,, kT ,, ;, '' 51' S: Hamilton, Mr. Herbert Hamilton. Miss gapper P. 1 1 Psae.'. 2" Cadence Hamilton, Mrs. Jnmes C. Day-, nani, rilfford n, Mnllary..!!',!!"! 12.34 4.1 ton nnd Dr. Robert A. Black. ' Huwk, Ralph N. Slavln 12 3.1 32 Dr. Guy Hinsdale has returned from ''"le. Walter N. Bowes...... Disqualified. Kennebunkport Me., where he passed "' "' "" "nVriv iifnS i tho sumer with Mrs. Hinsdale nnd Mlss,lNDIAN HAHIlOIl ONE pKHlON START, j Jean Hinsdale. I , . Ji'i. , " ' Mr. and Mrs William G. "totoma fll&, l liS SS Mrs. William Graham Bowdoln of Dal-jjUne Bug, C. W. Maria 1Z SO 02 tlmoro, who are nt the Fenrn tottngo, went to tho Oaks for dinner last nlgdt. Miss Carolyn Nash entertained Miss Olyvn flraef at luntheon yesterday In tho Homestead, Mr, and Mrs, Harry Campbell Oinof have taken Rosemary Coltagu for the uutumn, Mr, and Mrs. C, Howard Honlt lmv nrrlved from Plttshurif by nutomobll, Other nrrlvnls wre Mr, and Irs, Chnrles lllxey of Wnshlngtoni Mrs, Theniloro A, Page of Dclnndo, Fla.1 Mr, nnd Mrs, Frank T, Holt of Staunton, Va. Mr. ami Mrs, Charles Ullpln Id of Philadelphia, Mr, and Mrs, C'liarlu M, Hchweppa of Chicago, Mr, and Mrs, Douglas Stewart, MUs Agnes Stewart of Pittsburg nnd Mrs, Lillian A, Hnyt of KYorlt ',,8rl0', J"""6' (or iMr Mr. 'nnd Mrs, John W. Atkinson of Richmond entertained Mr, and Mrs. Orsu Barclay Hives of New York and ft '" lt nleht nt (Hulr THH WHITM MOUNTAINS, Dr. and Mrs, Mylea Stundlsh nnd Mr, .Alexander Htnndlsh of Boston, Mm. H. I,, Barnes of Phlladelphlu, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. 0, Hnlworth of Whlto Plains arc nt (ha Mount Pleannnt Houso, Bretton Wood 1, Mr, nnd Mrs. II, W. White of Now York, Mr nnd Mrs, JnriiCM O, Shaw of (Jreenwlch, Conn,, Mr. W, Munro Hill and a parly of golfers of llostun nro nt tha Mount Washington. Hrctton Woods. Mr, Perclval 8, Hill of New Yoik will main n week. The Tip Top Houso on the summit of Mount Washington closed yesterday, Dr. nnd Mrs, Samuel Mlllbank nnd Mr, Nfw Yor)( rrtVnlM at the Crawford nouw. Mrs, Frederick Everett Thomp son or .'sew vorn motored to HangorMo from tho Crawford lo pass u week, YVIirni SI'LPIIPR NPIIINflH. Mrs. Thomas B, Yulllo of New York gave n luncheon at thn Casino yosterday, Tho suMda Included Mines, William 8. Itoyster, Henry W. Tnft, Do Courcey W. Thorn, Georgo T. Smith, Jnmes R. Brunch, Wnlter II, Closo nnd Jnmes B. Tnylor. Mnjor nnd Mrs. W. H, Lnndars of Hnn Frnnclsro hnvo nrrlved nt the Otten brier. Others there aro Miss Ruth . Mor gan, I)iilsvlllo! Messrs. Henry Crwrr nnd Paul .1, Hhirkslnnc, New York ; Mrs. C, II, Hurtner, Philadelphia, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. K F. Wnrnor. WnshlnsVon, 1), O. Mr. nnd Mrs, William II, Taft 2d vcro among thoao on tho golf links yesterday, ARRIVALS AT HR1ARCLIFF, tyfelol lo Tim Hun m Nrw Yosic Hi:i.n. HiiMncLirr MANon, N. Y Sept. 19, Mrs. John P. Duncan nnd Miss Susan Duncnn nre nt Brlarcllff Jodgo for the nutumn reason. Other nrrlvnls Includo Mrs. J. Stuart Whlto nnd Mlsn Mario Young, coming from tho Mount Wash ington i Mr. and Mrs, It. D, Hrlxoy and Miss Doris Hrlxey, from North East Harbor, Me.: Miss H. H, Kensbey, Mr. and Mrs. B. Deforest Simmons, Mr. nnd Mrs. William H. Wnll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo II Souther nnd Mrs. Jnmea Ray mond, AT niSDNEY FARM. Serial la Till Si n am Nsw Yok Himw.p. Wiiitb Plains, N. Y., Sept. 19. The nutumn season Is now nt Its height nt Oedney Farm Hotel nnd thu regulnr colony has been supplemented during the Inst few days by many nrrlvnls, Ar rllM Includo 'Cnpt. nnd Mrs, J, H. Olb bona, Wnshlngtoni Mr. nnd Mrs, Ben jamin Chew nnd tho Misses Chew, Phila delphia: Mrs. N. Waldhom and Miss It Waldhorn, New Orleans: Mr, and Mrs. J. A, Bliss, Mlsa Eleanor Hllss, Balti more! Mr. nnd Mrs, Frnnk Pool nnd Mlsa II. Pool, Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Hall, Mrs. David Gregg and Miss Kathleen W. Gregg nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert J Keller, all of New York. LUNCHEON FOR LORIJ HEAVER. IIROOK, A luncheon will be given nt the Rltx Cnrlton to-dny for Lord Donvcrbrook. director of British propnganda during tho wnr, by Adolph Kukor, president of tho Famous Playcrs-Lasky Corporation. Financial men nnd stngo nnd motion plcturo mnnngers and producers nro to nttend. Lord Benvcrhrook Is propri etor of tho London DaUy A'x;hcj, and owns n chnln of "movlo" theatres In Grcnt Britain. Among tho guests will bo William A. Hrnily. E. F. Albee, Julca E. Brula tour, Frederick E. Iec. Jesse L. Ijtaky, Richard A. Rowland, IL D. H. Connlck, Wnlter Wnnger, H. s. Moss, Hugo Hlescnfeld, Eugeno Zukor, Arthur Loew, William A. Johnston and Nlchohui Schcnck. TWO RACES FOB THE MALA, Hy winning two of n special series of thrco post-season races yesterday H. L. Llnkflcld, sailing tho Mala, mndn a clean sweep of tho Baysldc Yacht Club ovent In tho morning, with a brisk wind from tho northeast, he crossed tho line !Wty seconds ahead of Mr. Teves'a Milky Way after sailing his yacht over tho triangu lar courso on Llttlo Npck Bay. Sovcn ynchts provided an Interesting race. J. R, Robinson, In the Big Dipper, crossed tho lino thirty seconds behind tho Milky Way. A strong wind fom tho west greeted tho skippers In the nfternoon race. Georgo Abbott Mulshed second In tho Aria. The summary: Special races, star class, Haysldo Yacht Cli'b Morning race-Hlsrt, II :30; course. 814 miles. Elaped ..... I Inlsh. time. Yacht nnd owner, II. M, H. It. m. B Mala, II. L. Llnkflcld 1 2) in I r,l 10 Milky Way, V. W. Teve 1 22 oo 1 r,2 no li1 btPPr. J. It Robinson.. 1 '.'2 .to I a P''Ai;hM.He'rl'1,; ! 2 53J f M cIVa: Kn.Vp":! si! l ft2 .10 M 00 as oo Ml ni Nreld. It Teller 1 28 SO 1 r,8 .10 Afternoon race Start, 3:40: courso, 8tt miles. Mala. It L. Llnkflcld H ,13 00 t M 00 Aria, G. Abbott... n 40 00 2 00 00 Nereid, It Teller S 17 00 2 07 00 Milky Way. P. W. Teves.....', 4T 0.1 2 07 0.1 Southern Cross, A. Knnp;,..l 47 10 2 07 to lllg Dipper. J. It Hblnsn..r 48 00 2 OH 00 Neptuno, 0. P. Senrlng .5 52 00 2 12 00 INDIAN HARBOR Y. C. RACES. Special to Tim Sun and Nsw Yosk Hesald. Greenwich, Conn., Sept 11). A series of nccldcnts to ynchts In tho Arrow, class featured tho races hold over tho five mllo courso of tho Indt.in linrw1 Vneht Club around' Great Pnntnln. ,, i.IIHa Ointnln. tulnnri i,i mninn. m. BLINDED VETERANS OPEN OWN BUSINESS : Inected with tho Orcenwlch Drug Store , , . I nnd later served as' postmaster of tho MllliO flood in Th'O llcimlr.nreenwlch post ofllee, with which ho nnd Shop Flnniinoil by Hd OrosR IiiRtltiitc. rrll fo Tll Hon anp New Vosk Hsx..lP. IlAtTiMoiir, Hept. IJ.Thelr enter prise financed by tho Red Cross In stitute for tha Blind, four flightless sol dier, who received their training nt Kvergreen Junior, the local asylum,' ipvc nponed n tiro repair shop and nro making good, It wns found by the management of the Institute Hint many of tho voca tional slitdanls wiro not satisfied mere ly to work for others, hut ambitious to encago In business for themselves, This suggested the ticcewilty for giving to Iho men somo practical exrerlonca n com mercial work In nctunl contact with customers, and Instruction In tho man ngomeiit of tho business end of it tire re pair business, The Evergreen Tiro Re pair Shop In tho nnswer. It Is n post graduate school for thoia who have proved their nblllty In the mechanics, of lira repair work, A blind soldier Is the manager of tho (.hop, IS. P, Nnpstnd Is the man, Ho entered tho servlco from Wisconsin nnd was sent nbrond with the J4Jd Field HoMntel, With Nnpatnd aro throo other blind workmen Hill Dewltt, nn Illinois boy, who'waH a find rlnss fireman In tho navy nnd wns blinded by tho glato of the furnaces! Hint Dolman of Mich igan, wounded while serving In France with the Thlity-thlrd division In tho KiSth Field Signal Battalion, nnd John Kozle, who wi it member of Company O, First Infantry, Thirteenth D.vlnlun. Knr.hj comes from New Jersey. Two grnduntes of Kvcrnmn hnvo been successfully established In the tire re pair business, however, without thin post grnduato courso. Om of these. James Calvert, with the nsslstnncc of the Institute hns been making notable progress. Tho other, L. II. Kertlng of tho Thlrty.econd Division, who was wounded hy n high explosive shell In Arg'tnno Wood and rendered totally blind, opened his shop In Hope, N. D, NO WAITING ON TEE AT GRASSY SPRAIN Membership of New Club' Is Limited. Golf A golf club where members mny In ltn their guests to play nt all times, In cluding holldnvn, without tho necessity of accompanying them Is what tho pro moters of the Ornssy Bprnln Golf Club, near Hronxvllle, hnvo In ilnd. It Is nn unusual privilege nnd such a club should ho unln'uo In tho metropolitan district, crpoclnlly one ro ncccsslblo to New York city ns Ihla orgnnlrntlon. Such a plan will bo mndo practicable by n member ship limited to 250. The courso, now prnrtlenlly completed, wi.a laid out by Dovenjux Emmet, nnd that prominent nrchltcct stales It as his belief that It will be one of tho best In tho country. Ono of tho features of tho layout Is tho Interesting vnrlbty of nat tunl wntr hazards, tho. length of lh various brooks on tho property being more thnn n mllo. It Is from ono of these, the Grassy Sprain Hrook, that tho club derives Its nnme. A group of business nnd professional men from New York city Is backing tho proposition, tho organlters Including bankers, brokers nnd prominent cor poration officials. For thu most part they nro affiliated with other clubs, but they feel tho need of n courso near enoigh to tho city to permit of n round In the nfternoon. prior to returning to the metropolis In tlmo for dinner or tho theatre, With n membership so limited thiro can bo no overcrowding, so that It wll rover bo necessary to reserve start ing times, It Is Intended thnt upon completion of the club organisation tho membership shall decide for themselves tho char acter and scopo of tho clubhouse and facilities to bo provided, but it was es sential to tho heat lnyout of tho courso Hint tho building slto should bo deter mined In ndvnnco. It wns therefore do elded to utlllio tho old mnnslon now on thn premises, clevntlng It nbovo such new etructuro aa may be planned. The other buildings, consisting of a largo barn, carriage houso nnd farm house, aro now being removed to n suitable lo cation between tho soventh and ninth fairways, Tho courso when completed will bo 6,345 yards long, the distances of the holes being ns fellows: Out, 540, 380, 2C0, 3SS. ICG. 2C0, 460, 110, 435; total, 2.9S5. In, 445, 476, 120, 440, 310, 2C5, 4110, 37C, 440; total, 3,300. Grand total, C.345. LOST AND FOUND. DAO LOST. niue silk, steel beaded bag, contain ing watch marked H. II. II. and money, on Illvcrsldo but, nt POth it., Thursday, Liberal reward. HAYB, 270 Hlverslde Prlvo. Telephone Riverside (1022. Iioo iiEVc'Ann. IDRT On Tuesday. Pert. 7. a small rat ent leather suitcase; $100 reward will be paid to the person returning same with con tfnts. Write to nox 17.1, llillburn, N. T.. or phone 3000 Cortlandt, N, Y. 0, Jewelry- HAH PIN, Thursday morning, Sept. Id, b. twecn the Cosmopolitan Club, 1.13 East 40th sl and 44th at, and MnrtlJon av.; slender fold bar pin with two diamond In centre and pearl at ono end. Finder pleaso wrlto or telephone Mrs. LATIjnoi' COI.OATK, lied ford, N. Y. Tel. 20 Bedford Vlllace. W reward. LOKT-Lndy's (told wrist watch, Thursday nfternoon, prohnhly between McOrcery's and Hlallo Tluatre, Waltham 10 Jewel movement, plain cae, script Initials M. L. on back, black ribbon attached. Notify l.unn. R603 104th rt. Richmond Hill 73117. Reward, LOST Wednesday, short rtrlns ot pearls, platinum elap, lth diamond In centre: re ward. Iteturn to SKVMOUR HOTEL, 50 W. 4.1th st. 1)HT l'carl crown pin, lo.-t In a laxl from SOth st. nnd llrnadwny to 77 Central Park West. Reward. Mrs, C. MUECKH, 300 West wait st. LOST Sept. la. at Montmartro Itestaurnnt, bracelet charm, onyx and diamond cube: liberal reward: no nuestloni asked. UDALL A IIAMXHI. S74 Mh nv. U'ST-nina. II small diamonds, 1 sapphire. flllsree platinum setttnK, cold band, rte- ward. HIMi'N, toi ixinmon ay. rimn 4 IS. t,nfiT A black fox fur In Ilrnwn and White I laxl: liberal rewnrd. ARCHHIALI), M2 , W. Md st. I swo nnw vnu : 1 for return of diamond rlnc, surrounded by onyx, loit September in dn!ty of rtroad way and T7th st. BLACK, STARtl A KltOST, 5th av. nnd 4Sth st. Wearing Arpnrel. LORT-IUack lace neckpiece In llronu and White taxi, between Waldorf-Astoria and Hotel Bristol, theneo to 72,1 st, Reward. 1 -n-t arH Found Dept.. Wnldorf-Atorla, LOST Motorlns between New York and White Plains, sable fur fieckplecc. Return owner and receive rewnru, vj. i-. .nu.i.i.ii, 50-SI W. 32d st. Cats. Dogs, e. ' LOST An Airedale male dog, short tall: lib-! eral reward Cist st Found. FOUND-Tvo auto wheels on Morrlck road. TODLEn.-aiarlotte, mother of Olga Ram Saturday, at Springfield. L. I. 1220 3d nv. ershlag and Adole llore. Puneral. private. Now York. I OBITFAltlES. (innilHK 1 HCIIOFIISLI). Oeorga H, Hchofleld, 70 year old, died suddenly yesterday nt his homo In (Ircenwlrh. t'onn. He was formerly oon lacii associated for about twenty-ftvu years, Ho was a member of Acncln Lodge No, 5, F, nnd A. M nnd wns n descendant of(one of the most prominent families of tho Inwii, Besides his wife, who was Miss Belle Merrltt, aUtar-ln-law of thn Into Judge Robert Jny Wnlsh, ho Is sur vived by two sunn nnd a daughter, WALLACE II, WHITE. Lkwiston, Me., flept 19. Wallace, II, White, n lawyer, and father of Repre sentative Wallace H. Whlta, Jr dlnd suddenly nt his homo hero to-dny, Ho wan one of tho United States repre sentatives In tho Alabama claims case, In 18H2 und 1 ASS nnd hnd served In both branches of thu Malno Legislature nnd nn County Attorney of Androscoggin county, Ha wns 72 yenrs old, CHARLES L. THOMAS. Omaha, Sept. 19,-J-Chnrles L, Thomas, news editor of tho Omaha Dee, former n tti Into nnd football conch In tha mid-, rtlo West, dlod of paralysis at his home horn to-day, MARRIED. DAV!H-HIKi:n.-Oi Baturday, September IK, Ht Overlook Farm, Mlddletnwn. N, .!,, by tho Very Itev Howard 0. Bobbins and tho Itev, If, Percy Silver, Francos Town ind, daughter of Mr. und Mrs, Samuel Hiker, Jr In William Shipper Davis, son of Mr, and Mrs, Rowland Davis, DIED. Allen. William II. Atany, William C, 0, Meyers, Nathaniel Ilniurt. lillxnbetli Mowers. Kleanor A. McClam. John II. Hrannan, Hllrnlieth J, O'Connor, Predtrlcka, I In! t itiiin. CI, J, Oiprey, T, M. duller, Chailes Teek, Mary I!. C'hnpronn, Horatio 0, l'e, IIcrIiih I), Cotter, William J. .llllev, VVIIIIIeM rl, iiyoen, J. r, si, enkln, II. A. Johnson, Sarah II, K'nhu, Nan 1'. Ifeatlnv. Untnlla fl, Kelly, Matsarei A, Ultii, Alesiidr noon, hamuei i Shulls, Prniuet It Htedmun, Clarencs A, Sterns, Sophie Thomas, Catherine Toblor, Charlutto. ALLRN. On September IB, I9M, William 7!. Allen, ssed 7ll yearn, Funeral service at thu rcsldencu ot his son, Charles fl, Allen, 1711 Sickles av,. New lloclulle, N, Y., on Tuenlay at 10:30 A, M. Intormenl, Hildgeport, Conn, IIOCIHIIT.-On September 10, 1920, F.lliabeth CI,, lii hor Hdth year, mother of Clara I. Hngert. I'tiniral services at her lato resi dence, 1,18 Gregory av., Parsalc, N. J m Wednesday, fierlember '.'2, at 2 P. M. Hw lertn' iit pi Hate. nOWI!ltH,-On Friday, September IT, at the Morrlstown Memorial Hospital, Eleanor Agnes, wlfo of the late William Dlnsmore Powers, nnd dauchter of the late Major Gcurgo nnd Mary llartnry lluyd, Funeral private, IIItANNAN.-fiuddenly, September ta. Dllia t'th J,, beloved sister of Jnmes Hrannan, Funeral private, ut convenience of family. IIULTMAN.-On Sr.turday, Sept, 18, Genre J, Pullman, beloved hunband ot Mathlld.t Pullman (nee Itlnrhhnff), In his Pdth year. Hclathrs nnd friends nre respect, fully Invited to attend the funeral se vice" nt 417 V. 47lh St. on Tuesday, Hint. 21, 1920, nt P. M. Funeral private. nuTLIHt-Charles, The Funeial Church, lltoaduay, COtli st,, Monday, II A. M, Auspices Actors Pund, CHAI'MAN.-On Sunday, nt Ids home. Say. brook, Conn,, Horatio Campbell Chapman, youngest son of Hllin Dlcklm-on nnd thv lato William Hlsenx rhnpman, Itinera! notice later. Waterbury, Conn., and Providence, It 1., papers please ropy. COTTEU.-Sudilenly, (September IS. Wllilun J, Cotlcr.'lielovcd husband of Lillian lieu nett and thn son of Mary nnd tho Into Sil vester Cotter. I-'uneral Tuesday from funeral parlors of James IJ, Lnincy Hon, Lexltmtoii av. and fllth st Requiem mars nt St. Vincent's Perrcrs Church at 10 o'clock. GYLSCN.-On Friday, September IT, 1920, J. Frederick M In his 7,1d year, beloved hunband of Mary Oylscn. Services Monday evening, & o'clock, nt his lato residence, tOs West 130th st. Interment private. JENKI.N8.-Ol Saturday, Sept IS, 1020, Dr. H. A, Jenkins, In his 40lh yrar. Funeral services will bo held at the Lefferts l'lsce Chapel, Kit Lefferts place, near Graid nv., llrooklyn, on Monday, September 20, at 8 P. M, JOHNSON.-Barah P.. beloved wlfo of It A. Johnson of 330 Weat 43d st. Iitennent Mount Olivet Tuesday nfternoon, Septem ber 21. KAHN, At Larchmont. N. Y., on Sept. 10, ID20, Nan Fisher, beloved wife of Ku eeno W, Kahn nnd mother of Humo Der' Funeral services nt her late homo, ,10 Larchmont nv.. Larchmont. on Tuesday, at II A, M. Interment private, KEATING. Suddenly, on Friday, September 17, Camlla Serrano Keating, younger daugh ter of Mn, Mary J, Serrano of 218 West -Fifty-ninth st. Funeral sendees at All "Souls' (Unitarian) Church, 4th nv. ami 20th st., Monday, September 20, at 11 A. M. KEATING. With regret announcement Is made ot the death of Camlla Serrano Keating on September 17. Mimbers nrs requested to attend tho funeral services, at 11 o'clock. September 20, All Souls' (Uni tarian) Church, 20th st. and 4th nv. St. Ceeolln Club. KELLY'. Margaret A. Kelly, beloved sister of Katherlnn T itelly, 2121 Amiterdam av. Notice of funernl hereafter. LEITIL Suddenly, on Thursday, Sept, 10, 1020, Alexander Lelth of Wick, Scotland. Funeral sendees nt Grace Church, Whits Plains, N. Y., Monday, September 20, nt 10 A. M. MANY. Or. Sunday, Septtmber tft. 1030, nfter a lingering Illness. William C. Many, husband ol Kdllh, so: of Peter 0. Many err Jane A, Hall, In his Kid yenr. Funeral Tw-sday. September SI, from his late resldenco, Torrlngford st Torrlug ford, Ccnn. MEYERS, On Saturday. September IS, nt his residence, Ml West ITOIh. Nathaniel Meyers, Moved son of Carrie Rossmon Meyers, brother of Mrs. Henry J. Gold smith. Funeral sendees nt Sam Until child Chapel, 203 Lonox nv., nt 120th St., Monday, Soptember 20. at 2 P. M. MeCLAIN.-On Friday, September 17, 11, John Hoyd, beloved husband ot Mary Kin knld and son of the late Daniel W. nnd Annlo M. McClaln. Futieral service nt the resldenco of his brother-ln-lnw, Thomas M. Wnrnock, 077 Halsey St., Mon " day, September 20, S ,P. M. Interment Cctlat Orovo Cemetery, Asbury papers .please copy, O'CONNOR. Frederlekn (nee Nessler), b loved wife of Frank O'Connor, on Septem ber 19. 1920, In her r,7th year. Sendees nt hor late residence, 377 Grove' St., Rronklyn, Wednesday, September 22, 1920. at 2 P. M. OSPREY.-Suddenly, on Sept. 10, 1P20. T. Mnnl.rnmiTV tlmOT. beloved Son Of TIlOS. and Jean II. Osprty. Funeral from his Into residence, ISO Chester nv,. Brooklyn, on Monday, Sept. 20. nt 0:30 A. M. Sol emn mass of requiem at the Church of St. Catherine of Alexandre, Fort Hamilton Parkway and 40th st, Brooklyn, Auto mobile corteze. l'ECIC.-On Saturday. Sept. 18, 1020, In her 89th year, Mary E.. beloved mother of Charles reck nnd wife of thu late William Peck, at the residence of her son. Atlantlo Highlands, N. J. Funeral Monday, Sept. 20, 1P20. PTE. Reglna Day, wife of John E. Pye, nt tho resldenco of her brother, Wlllard R. Day, Whlto Plains, N. Y. Requiem mass at St. John's Roman Cat hollo Church, Whlto Ilalns, Tuesday, 10:30 A. M. RILEY. On Saturday, September IS. 1020. Wlnfleld Scott, son if Ellen Tlelds and the late Jacob It. Riley ind husband of Joyce Daring. Funeral services will bo held nt his lato residence, Mansfield av., Darlen, Conn., on Monday, September 20, at 7 P. M. Interment Cypress Hills Ceme tery on Tuesday at 11:30 A. M. ROIlli. September 10, 1020. Samuel Loudon, beloved ton of Samuel. and Agnes Itnbb, ased 37 years. Funeral services Stephen Merrill's Harlem Chapel. S04 West 126th t Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock. Inter ment private. Greenwood Cemetery. SHUI.TZ. Frnnces It, In her 72d year, daughter of tho lato Charles and Cath erine, and sHtcr of the lato George S. and Chnrles A. Shults. Sen-Ices will be held at the Universal Funeral Parlors, .107 Lex ington av., cornor 62d St., on Tuesday, September 21, at 10 A. M. STEDMAN. At Washington, D. C Septem ber IP, 1020, Col. Clarence A. Stedman, U. S. A., retired. STERNH. Suddenly, on Friday. September 17, Sophlo 8terns, widow of Simon Sterns. n.,,iileni mass at Ctiurch of St. Jean Han- .1.1 l-cxinKiuji nv. uim tun, a.., juuiiuajr, " nt H:SO A. M. Interment at convenience of i family. thomaS. Catherine, suddenly, September 1H, 1P20, beloved wife of Perclval Thomas, nernl service ,uiminy, nepieim.rr -v. . I p. M. Interment private. Philadelphia (Pa.) papers pieaso copy, irom nsr jio rv, jjuuuajigu, u. i. I ' 1' 4 l. : in ii r o !'! ft '