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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1916.
40 COWBOYS MIX IN REAL BATTLE ROYAL i. , 1,000 Spectator! at "Stam , jefle" See Btttng, Gouging and Punching Content fM yeunn mfealMO fleeter from th tttptUl ef Mur TmniMttUt, who li gfcgd this wk at the BhMprtiMd Bar fpaOway to cuf0r tbew injured In th fjnoon til ru JtVVrfUwi. job ii gmrm tnuen ex ain- i that of the ticket taker en On (.Ida of the 14 ta ttnet mtowty Won." ne irumMefl. j find feeen a dull dar for him. On m wna relied on toy two horses, an etjur was kicked In the stomach by a wtM tors, thro who were thrown by taeklnrtiorses tar still until they wars Mved. a cowgirl dm thrown and knocked cold aad half a doasn eewbejra. cttndd In a battle royal which eoonrrsd anon about forty contestants In full fMr of the grand stand, required atten- flw hattle 'started over a remark nurnt itetwem Charlie Irwin and Ed Qnasey. In a moment fltts were swing IM na other cowboys were hustling to tee spot Then Floyd Irwin, son of Charlie, took up the cudgels for his father, and three others jumped In. Feet end flts were flying, and the 10,000 pKtttere had an unscheduled Insight into the ways of the wild and woolly West Cowgirl gathered on the outskirts of the milling fighters, shrieking and cheer tng. Cowboys on horseback rode Into the middle of the Jam. beating with their colled lariats upon the heads of the fight era One man wna clearly seen by the newspapermen In the Judge's stand with' Mi teeth clamped clean through the cheek of another. At length Director General Guy Wcadlck and other officials itrtlghtened out the mess and the con test went on, after having been delayed for twenty minutes by the battle. So six shooters weru used. Nobody had one with him. The Mg event of the day, the steer bulldogglng contest, was won by BUI RIckett, a grandfather and the man who Invented this sort of contest It took Bill twenty-elx seconds to ride after a flying steer, launch himself from his sad dle onto the head of the steer, throw Mm and hold him down. Fred Wilson did It In twenty-nine seconds, and several other contestants did It In less than forty seconds. Nineteen other events requiring dis plays of steel muscles and nerves were put on, to the applause of the crowd. There were the cowgirls and cowboys racee, cowboys night shirt race, the wild horse race, In which twenty un broken horses were saddled and ridden. To-day's show begins at 2 o'clock, and part of the proceeds will be for the Actors Fund. COLUMBIA THEATRE OPEN!. "The Merry Roaadera" Makes Hit lean Sawyer at Palace. The Columbia Theatre opened Its win. ter season yesterday with a return en gagement of "The Merry Rounders" or ganisation, presenting a two act bur lesque entitled "This Is the Life." Con- derlng the weather, there was a good slsed audience, which was not slow to ???V?ud lh n,w how- "TM" Is the Life ' consisted of a variety of spirited musical numbers and comedy scenes played by Abe Reynolds, Oeorge, F. Hayes, May Latham, Frank Ward, Eugene McGregor and Elisabeth Jane, with a good chorus of male and female voices. Joan Sawyer Is the particular attrac tion at the Palace Theatre thl sv. and Is presenting her old repertoire of fancy steps, with several new ones. Then there Is Edwin Arden In a new vauaevuie sketch, "Close Quarters.' GEORGE GONSIDIME DIES UNDER KNIFE Sporting Man Succumbs in Hospital Undergoing Opera tion for Mastoiditis. Oeorge F. Consldlne, a sporting man with a world reputation, died early yes terday In St. Luke's Hospital following an operation for mastoiditis. He rooted hard for the Giants In their game with Chicago at tho Polo Grounds Saturday afternoon and complained of lllnen Clecollnl, the Italian tenor: Morton and when he returned to his home at 10 MOOffl. KalmMr anil UrnwM t .n I . . . . . .. . t.. T west Bixty-nrsi streei. ne went to a. VP?W'MM ni "'"Ins and I . . ,h. .,, m oneyne ana otners. .......... ... .- - Brooklyn's burlesque season began however, and the next day his condl- last evening at tho Star Theatre with a tlon became so alrmtng his physician or performance of "The Tourists." Among ..i- i. it,. t,.ni..i it. h. ne vaudeville offerings preeented t.n an ' " ' - added attraction was La Petite Vivian. 1 came unconscious Just before he was urace La Rue Is slnslna- some newlDlaced on the one rat Ins table. enes at the New Brighton Theatre. rnn.Mi. ... Wn in n.imit fnrtv. S.ISl.ittS'J i,-w5,k,in'ri thr yan n" ha thr brothers, ixiV'nfiTnt fli nwf' "T1'?' William. John ond James, the last two wi!-Adrlew T2Tb",u'nd.LoJa "horn are dead. He became Inter- X?? .MlfcHSL?1,,8 ,h5 "Porta In the early HO's while ?J?2ZHit' Ne" an(1 running a hotel In Detroit, and It was we M-imroee pour. ,,,. .,. ..,., , eHndhtn with . aM.v.iro luiDinnnra wim inniinn I m. . . a . . , l. , ... . - - , lmmjiT ij. out Iran, wmui vu lunumi mi picnirsa is me order or amusement at n... m.. .i. .Ak KT2Ein' B';ookl, ,hls The story hss often been told that Big rf 1.1 V'u 'iSr? '"J Tim. who had been gambling, found roS. "lu"- Z? ".1 himself broke, and Consldlne provided CorlnneBreten, and for the last half h,- ,mH.ni fimrt. to set back to Z7n.Jn..ln.l fork. It wasn't long, after that "" that Sullivan Induced consldlne to come to this cttv and set him uo In the saloja I business at Fortieth street and Blxth company, "The Coward." and Gordon hold the boards. "treae O'Deuw" Rae Prvsalere. " 1 1 S SSI II II W4HH A mmm a-S. Sk Harrt T Mnd j.meT' MrBl..5 e Broadway Athletic Club In tl uf. nZZ.e.n!T?J' Old London Street building and made avenue. Later Consldlne became manager or tne local reputation as a promoter of many NEWPORT YACHT WEEK OPENS. Pembroke Jones Begins the Fee tlvltlre With a Dinner. Nr.wmr.T. Aug. 7. With the arrival of the .New Yacht Club fleet this af- ti-rnoon yachting week opened au p:c! nsly Kntcrtalrllng for the visiting jacnirmcn iee.in tnis evening, when 1'erabroke Jonts cave a dinner In honor f the tl.itr oft.curs of the' club In his an7ncr home. Sherwood. They will be frJet of fjov. Hcockman to-morrow af tfrn on at Lands Knd. Mr. Jones hod as lils guests Commodore George F. nkr. Jr.. near-Commodore Harold S. Vndrbllt, ex-Commodores Robrt K. Twld. C. l.edyard Blair, Henry Walters, Itoyal l'helps Carroll, Dallas n. Pratt and fnurtnen others. ford Theatre to-night It Is a comedy In three acts, the title role being taken by . tl. v.v h. . Wniett. Kershaw, who wa, supported by 35 In 1?01 , iJIr M",y, 8Lron,'r,th th old Hotel Metropole. Broadway and ?i?v t Hopkins. f forty-second street, which soon became c ... ,he gathering place or sporting ana September. hf.i.trimi celebrities. Tho hotel ven ture was a success from the start. When T0UKIST8 BY AUTOMOBILE. the ,a!,f expired In 1910 h dldn t rest pole, and thl wa ultuated at 147 to tfMrtl? A.5;.T?lu0d7S HI "West Forty.thlrd street. Just east M rm T" tfl iLfl-a llam... Mill I nf TtmnflWaV. ThlS MOUrlSneQ. lOO. DUl wiiuatnt. Alliance. Ohio icadiiisai; Mr. I lit popularity dlmlnisnea oy reason 01 ?Rdi a""."i. pa Zl'ZT-,, chl;?lto the shooting of Herman Rosenthal, the (Palis): Mr. snd Mrs S. W. Darling. Mrs. f, ,, .u. anA fnn- O.rton. Ml.. McTyre. J. D.rllng. Hampton, gambler, In front of the place, ana Con- Va. (Purkirdi! Mr. and Mrs. E. c, IMw- I eldlno save UP his interest in mo noiPi inir, Mrs. s. if. Thompson. Nd Dananrr, I because of the notoriety the crime gave iirvtiana (Loa(4i; ir. ana irs. jor.pn i tn hotAl r tm.n Tl.l.nll rr.i. Haul U.. I' . . narnhart. Mr. and Mrs. nryc..' A. W Keenly enjoying Uie excitement oiine Holden. Mount Drstant, Pa. ( White): Jo. srph Kirl.y. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. John ceeded by his son. the Rev. Howard 8. Bliss, formerly of Upper Montclalr, N. J. George W. Walters. Tonkbrs. N. T.. Aug. 7. Oeorge W. Walters, 83 years old, for the past eight een years custodian or city liau, died to-day. He was a sergeant In Company I, Fifty-ninth New York Infantry, a part of the Army of the Potomac. He wns born at Peeksklll, N. Y., and enlisted at the start of the civil war. He was wounded at Antletam, but attributed his life to a watch he had In his pocket, and which was shattered by the bullet. He was also In the battles of Gettysburg and the Wilderness. He leaves a widow and four children. Wllllata T. Farley. William T. Farley, formerly a depart ment head for Koch Co. and before that a silk buyer for a Baltimore con cern, died on Saturday at 291 Hancock street, Brooklyn. He was oorn in ire land sixty-three years ago. His wife, Delia Farrell Farley ; four sons and four daughters survive. Major Itagm White Adams. NEW PLAYS SHOWN AT MOVIE THEATRES Blnck Tom Explosion Bring Exploiter! Renllsticfllly at tho Rlnlto. In "Hell To Pay Austin," the Triangle photoplay at the Rlalto Theatre this week, Bessie Love and Wilfred Lucas smile, weep and fight their way through a droimntlo feature dealing with the lumber camps of the Northwest Moun tain scenes nnd vast forests form tho tKickground for the piece nnd the story Is woven about a lumber enmp boss and nn orphan ward of the camp. Tli rrint Ill.ick Tom explosion IS exploited realistically In the topical re view f:irt or tno emeriaininrm Roscoe est officer In the Union Army to hove commanded a regiment In the civil war, died at his home, 152 Palisade avenue, last night. He was born at Barbour. vllle. Kjr., tn 1S4S. Tohksss. Aur. 7 Mator Hush WliltP I ArhiickL In "Fickle Fatty's Fall," which Adams, believed to have been the young-1 was exhibited Sunday, has given way for the remainder of tho wecK to unnrno Chaplin's latest comedy. "1 A. M." Thero It mi iinusmlly excellent musical pro gramme. Including Flotow's overture to "Stradella" nnd songs by the Rlalto s corps of soloists. Clyde Fitch's drams, 'The Woman In the Case." Is being shown as a photo play at the Strand this week and Pauline Frederick Is In the leading role. The piece has been changed from Its original form In order to give Miss Frederick a greater chance to exhibit her film qualifications. 'The Woman In the Case" makes a very acceptable screen production. The Strand also has the Charlie Chaplin oomedy, "1 A. M." and there Is music by the orchestra and soloists. WIIMam Farnum la the hero of "The End of the Trail" at the Academy of Music. It Is a Northern picture eliowlng the rugged life of a Hudson's Hay trad ing nost. The rlcture will be shown only for the first half of tho week, when It will give way to n new programme. At the llroadway Theatre Cleo wage Jesses Mills. PATsasosr, ff. J., Aug. 7. James Mills, 76. a retired silk manufacturer, died, to day In the Paterson General Hospital, following a stroke or paralysis, lie wan for several years a Republican leader and served on the Board of Education and Board of Aldermen. MOVIES CALL NABRAGANSETT. Colentats Tarn Out at Opening of J. R. Ifanan's Theatre. Namaoansctt Pibb, R. I., Aug. 7 Sojournen here left their dancing, bridge tables and dinners to-night and went to the movies, ns It wae the opening night of the new moving picture theatre built by John H. Hanan. More than 700 1 NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mrs. E. Lyman Short and her son, Livingston Short, left Bsyberry Point, Isllp, yesterday by motor for the Green brier, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Before returning they will visit Mr. ana Mrs. Carl von Mayhoff at Montlcello, Va. Mrs. Flllppo Camserto and her two children will arrive from Madrid this week end she will remain with her mother. Mrs. Silas W. Terry, In Washing ton. Her husband, CapL Camperlo, is naval attache of the Italian Embassy In Madrid. MV. and Mrs. E. 8. Jeffrey MoVlckar of Battle Ridge Farm, White Plains, are at the Vanderbltt for a few days- Mr. and Mrs. Dewees W. Dllworth, who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Dllworth In Southampton, have re turned to Nerewood, Hewlett. L. I. Mr. and Mrs. James R. MaXse and Mr. and Mrs. Curt Relslnger are at the Pea- body cottage, Saratoga Springs, for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Henry Meyer Johnson will give a dinner to-night at Sans Soucl, her coun try place at nay Shore, L. I. Mrs. Edwin D. Morgan will give a re ception on Saturday afternoon at New port to Introduce her daughter, Miss Katharine Morgan. Mrs. Ernesto Q. F&bbrt has returned to Bar Harbor after visiting her mother, Mrs. Eliot F. Shepard, at Virginia Hot Springs. Charles E. Sampson and his sister. Miss Gertrude Sampson of Tuxedo Park, are at Cooperstown, N. Y., where they went by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Vlneent Astor recently made a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawrance at nay Shore, L. I. MOVEMENTS OF YACHTS. nri.A rinv. volunteered to become mannger ror james j. oron. -i '' crowded the place, which wa decorated ey ana wannce iieio are ine sinrs m after designs by Talbot Hanan. thestoge "The House of Oolden Windows.' ( hnrles v,,.i (W..I ..ttinir nr t.inU Chaplin Is 1n evidence, too, and there Is t...n.. . n,i nnimi the usual musical programme. Thomas Among those having movie parties H. Ince's firm allegory ''Clvlllxntlcm" Is vi.. ti, it i.-ti Mr nn Mr. the only feature film which has survived John a NorrU, Mrs. Samuel H. Valen- the hot wenther and It Is still on view tine. Mrs. Edward A. Manlce. New York : n'l Interesting good audiences each Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emerson. Haiti- afternoon nnd evening at the Criterion mora; Mr. ond Mrs. August Busch. Mrs. Theatre. Albert Bond Lambert, St. Louis : Mr. Iki-' CORTJJ PLAYS FOB SEASON. Mrs. O. W. C. Whiting. Marshall Thomas, Mrs. John M. Carroll. Mrs. Irv- They Include an Operetta "Flora Ing H. Chase and Mrs. Harry 8. Hark- Bella," by Cnvllller. ness. ,u r .. v.i. Kttr th mnvlr. nded mnnv went "" NKW LONDON, Conn., Ang. T. The slsam yacht VMstte, Predsrlck W. Vender but, and the power yacht Northwind, Charlrn Martin Clnrk, have arrived hre. The stesm rerhle Itambler. KennMh B. nrltr. and the Kmerald, Maxwell nyethi the auxiliary echoonor yacht Uinta. John L. Kemmerrr. and the powsr yacht Kama have left here. The schooner yachts DrvUh, John W. Illrd. and the Marie, Samuel T. Hubbard; tin auxiliary schooner yacht Invader, llenry Whlton. and thr power jachls Jane, It, Vavrl-y Pmlth. and the Alcalrta. Jmes I). Laoy, are In this harbor. New 275 Men's Blue Serge Suits at $22.50 The Same Fabrics Which Go Into Wanamaker $27.50 and $30 Suits The materials were bought eight months ago when wholesale coets were not so high. The order for the suits was placed then with a Wana maker manufacturer to be n.ade in his dull sea son an accommodation for the maker which helped to bring down the price of the suits. The ityle wns our own selec tion a smnrt model with sliRhtly rolled lands, patch or flap pockets. Hnlf-lincd with alpaca; quarter-lined with biik; wun white silk sleeves. Every suit is mnde nftcr our own specifications ; tho fabrics bear tho Wanamaker (runrnntoo for qunlity and color. Offering blue serge suits at a discount in price is an opportunity that every man appreciates. First choosing, today, $22.50., Burlington Arcade floor, New Building. JOHN WANAMAKER Broadway at Ninth, New York Mrs. A. J. Welts. New York ( Ixconiobll Mr. and Mm F. II. Lawrence, Mr. anil Mrs. (leorge D. Ogle, Chicago (Stevens) "MAWfiM v'i..(Au,kArrlv,. by the championship to lm. nutomoblU tit the Equinox Houne Include mons and wantwl to get it dock, ij r Mill .ii'uir .."ii-ie-tii tui i nils UUfJ l' vAitiriuinv ' Corhetfs n;ht with James J. jermes took place at Coney Island on Jiay 11, tl. A. Morrison, Palem. Mas.i O. It. Ilrnwn. 1900. Hwampscntt. Mass. (Lancia); Mr. and Mrs. When the Ma; battle was on Consl- rqti" nc,V"n wViker1' ChVrttf'll "line urited Corbctt not to mix It up rk"rchl;o"'t"com'bueV! m".".i". a! with the bollermaker. but to keep up wrltht. miss wrirnt, ir no sirs. j. 11. nis ions; ranee noxmn. Dlmond. New York (App.nnnl! Mr. and orders until the twenty-third round, New York (Dulrk): Mr K. C Thayer, Jaw put him out. Consldlne kept up his Margaret Thaver. Ixiln Thayer. Flatbii.h. Interest In boxlna;. but ho never acted N. Y. : Miss Thayer. M1m J. Thayer. Mil. a OT a manaser of flKht- ford. Mass. (I'eerlens); Mr. and Mrs. II, O. . .hut Pratt. Wlnthrnn. Meat (For.1i: Mr. and rs after that. v.-.h, Mrs. A. II Pearsall, Chicago (Studebaker) : For a time Consldlne and his brother Mrs. J. w. Honins. noumas iiouins. nosion i John were stoCKnoioers in me jamaim WlbNDON. conn.. Au.. T.-Arrlv.l. race track, of which Jim Sullivan was tt.Li .. w.. ...hmm,kii. in.inna or mi nrincipni nrn-muiT?. it, v can Httri Mr and Mri. John H. Orr and Ximlly. I ua.lv h formed a rartnerhlp with En- worcepf (cdiiiar; sr. ma , orr warn Hurk and touetnor moy nocamit tS'ZVSVJI ?M1 bookmakers at o,al tracks until race- Mr. and Mrs. Chsrl-s French nnd family, track (tambllns was leirlslated out. Then chlcsgn H'eerlesai: Mr and Mm chrle they became Interested In the Havre de liontram. Chlcauo iMercrri. ir anoi I cirace trnck In Mnryund up to the Mathewwn for the Monday P'ans .for, tiin ,p,r""e'i,,h,'.?,rlc"i M"on nlRht hop. The Bolf links at tho Point They Include the product on of nn op- Judith Country Club were tnrnngea tnis afternoon. LENOX HEARS SB. H. H. BUSBY, Cultivation ct Certain flowers Ki. Other plitys Included In Mr. Cort's list I.INOX. Mass.. Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. nr, -onld Wanted," a farce by Mary William Hall Walker of nrookalde. Oreat I Orahame-Jonee, deallnc with the war. In Harrington, entertnlned the Garden Club which William 1. Sweatman will have of Lenox this afternoon. Dr. Henry it. , thP leadlnR role, and "Margery Daw." by Ruaby of the College of rhnrmacy. New r.eorge P. Parker, with Kathleen Mac York, sroke on "The Cultivation of donald. llnrrlson Hunter and Frank Ha- FKwers for the Preparation of Sledl- . ron. vr enrt will wnd two companies retta entitled "Flora Hella," the book by Cojmn Hamilton nnd tho music by Charlm Cuvllller, composer of "The I.llac I Domino." ltlchard Ord)-nekl Is to stage the play, nnd the scenery will be do slimed by Joef t'rban. Llna Abarbanell will he the fentured member of the company. DIED. M. .1 Fih'rty nd eon, Chicago irierre Arrow), Mr and Mr' Y V Conner, Brook, lyn, fir K c nrailner, Knsleood. S F. An. tin, uroomyn iiuucKi: .ir nn jirn F.rtnarrt A. i'a.liy m iiinvn"i Mr n1 Mr.. Charles r Klee and family Hartford (Chiltnersi: Mr. It II. Wpurreon nrnnklvn IKlnlzl: Mr. nd Mrs F C Tom llson, C C. Tomltnuon. Hartford (Cadillac), Mr. and Mrs F H nalton. A. K. Tweedy, Mr. E H mil. nnhury (ratknrd): Mrs M. C. Vollnin. Whitney I.ejon. New York (Cadillac): airs. r. i rnun ann i.nui) Mies Margaret Hmlth. Wa.hlngton (Mer A1TKES'. On Saturday. August a, at her rsildsncs, ( Bergen street, Brooklyn, Wary Corbttt. wife of ths let Thomas Altken and mother ef the late Dr. Lawrence T. and the Rev. Ambrose 8. Altken. oltmn requiem mass Bt. Paul's Church, Court and Congress streets. Brooklyn, on Wednesday, August . at :t A. U. AKTOIN'E Luclen. of Larchment, N. T., suddenly at sea. Notice of funeral here after. UK At Bslrut. Syria, on July II,-the Rev. Daniel Bliss, O. D., President Xmsrttua of the Syrian Protestant Col 1st, tn the ld year ef hts age. aUBCOCg. At Yonkere, N. T. Sunday evsntns. August . after a lingering Ill Bess. Henrietta Van Patten Babeock, widow of Prof. Stephen Babeock. tn hr seventy. sixth year. Vuneral eervl-e at her late residence, 41 Llvlngiton avenue. Tonkers, Tuesday afternoon at S:S. Interment at West rly. R, I Wednesday afternoon. HALT At his summer residence. Hudson Terrsca, Yenkers, N. T.. on August . ll, Joseph Frarcts Daly, son of the late Der.ls and Elisabeth T. Daly, In the eeventy-alxth year of his age. runeral lervlce. at th Church ef St. Vnrnt Ferrer. Sixty-seventh street, b'wn l.eilngton ond Third avenue, W.ln'filay at 11 A. M. Ttt Am.rlcsn Irish Hlstorlrml Society snnouncee with deep regret the death tf ..Jii.tlce Joaeph F. Daly, a n.etnb.r of the Society, on Sunday. Au. u' Members will attend the funeral it the Church of St. Vincent Feirer Uly.eenlh street and Lex. Ir.r'nn avenue, on Wednesday morning, August 9, at 11 n'rlorJc. JOSF.PH I. p. CLARKE, Presldent-Oeneral, ALFRED U. BARRETT, Traurer-0neral. Th Dtarl of Manager of tho Roman alholli Orphan Asylum In the City of S'ew York announce the death t Hon Joaeph Francis Daly, a mem t.r of this Board for over twenty-five 5 'fire. inl lt Counsel for the past six teen .,,, Tli rioord desires to record Its deep snrrna, 'or the sudden dsceaa of one of lis oldest and most distinguished rn.rrjl'.fs, Ills service both as Counsel and MBnaser were Invaluable. ' In remembrance of his unselfish d votlon for so many year to th orphan srd. of the asylum the Board of Mnnng.ra desires to make thla public sipreion of Ha bereavement end r quests that the members attend the funeral it their late associate In a body from tn Church of HI. Vincent Ferrer, t.iit Hltly-eeventh streei, near Leilng. l"n avenue, on Wednesday, August , 191'. st l o'clock. JOHN CARDINAL FARLF.T, Trealdent. FRASTis O'NEILL, Secretary. BAri.EV -At Chalham. N, J., August 7, Phllln Ayres Eafley, Jr son of 'be itev Philip A. and Martha Wright V'rrer KMlley, aged five years, Funeral prliste, OlUl On Kunrlay. August , lilt, sud !env of appendlrltls, Louis Herbert urr acei years. r.nerH .ervii'.a at his lata residence, '7 West 7th rlreel, on Tuesday, Au suit , at S P. M, Interment prlvat. "ii.r.K HuiMenly, l his reslilenc, Sl leritn street, rirooklyn, Monday. Au rust 7, mi, John Norman Paters, be- T"'1 son ef Loul J. rtrs and Olga Offa Pelare. hi. efl.nth ve.r osral privets. i Consldlne trained a wide reputation as a stakeholder of bets on flKhts and wagere on rlectlon, lie wns entrusted with hundreds of thousands. Jle was married on September 30, 190C. to A I men Angella. a dancer, who was hl second wife. They were wedded bv Alderman Little Tim Sullivan and Hlg Tim wns tho best man. Consldlne la survived by his wife) and clnes and Perfumes." Mrs. John H. C. Church and Mrs. Charles Heed poured ten. Among those In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Chonte. Mr. and Mrs. Hanyer Clarkson. Mrs. W. Murray Crane, the Rev. Dr. Oeorge Orenvlllo Merrill, Mrs. Francis C. Harlow, Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke and Mrs. Daniel Chester French. Mr. and Mrs. Cortlandt F. Bishop will go to Newport next week to be guests of Mr, and Mrs. Drexel. I FrelechnU" overture by Weber, the The Hev. Dr. Washington Oladden of roppelln" suite nf Dellbes and wW-C-Jlumhus has arrhed at PlttsfleM. Mr. , tons frnm 'Lohencrln" "Tann- and .Mrs. Francis Stanton Ill.iKe and .Mr hauer" wilt be rIvpu by the Civic Or- on tour In "The Princess Pat," the first opening an engagement nt the Standard Theatre hers on Labor Day. CONCERT AT GARDEN TO-NIGHT. Interesting Progranrae Preparect by Civic Orchestral Xoclety. A proirrnmme which Includes "Per nnd .Mrs. J. He.irle Hnrclay nrc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge llaty Hlake. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. David llelasco'a first new production of chestral Society In Mndlson Square Harden to.nlcht. Wnlter Henry Hotli well will alko conduct a symphonic poem. "Vltava," by Smetana. Antolne dc V.illy, tenor, will be the snnlt. Hecaue several hundred perron were ins tinuHJitrr .'livi i i i irv u) inn turn mat- tne fsRon onns in niitni ai mr i nn ii n ttipiifsfl iivv.tv In at TiHrt;i v. Miirthu IVrl-rTl'nc rlagc. TUyrU.u he.l. preen..MCooper , Mavnari lnf roPty., MWtrtr,.. Mr. and Mra John II. (loodue. New WirK A rnmpany Inc U'llr.x Carrol, lc i music livers to obtain th'lr tickets In (Stilts); Col (lolnswyostoff. Mrs 'a uglffTPT TJTTOO Tl Ti Coma.. Frank Craven. Ofo Kruger. Anne I advance. noloawvostoff. Ne Haven lOM.moMlel. DANIEL BLISS, D. D. Meredith and Marlon Abbott Mr. and Mra. W. H. Jone.. Mra N. H. K. Charles MlllnBhain decided yesterd.iy to . . m , , . n t w 1 : r m v . New iork . . . , . . . . . , . . , , , JU V. ' m, .nd si. F. Barlow. Mr. and I Fonnd-r and Prr.ldrnt Rmerltne SK? 'J' n"..Ln:,""' .:'"" i "t Too Cre.t for "Rnt fermllU." v n u n.rlow. Corrv. l'a (Packard) Mr. and Mr, w v. nan, -Mr. enu .u,. H. W. Oaff. East Providence, R. I. iBuIck); Mr. and Mrs. Frank Melville. Brooklyn (Mercer): Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Burnhsm, D.,Mn m.vnHl! Mr. and Mra W. P. Plait and aon. While riains i i-i'rrr oi. Hunter. Mrs. Mahan. Mlaa Jovce. New ork in..i,... Mr .nil Mra. Walter O. Holt. o "..rJV-V.' u.,r.,i. Mr. and Mra. will, natch received yesterday tn lam Paul. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward T stute Department. He died In Beirut nf Syrian Protestant Colleae. The death of Daniel Rllss, D D.. founder and president emeritus of the Syrian Protestant College at Beirut, Syria, was announced In a cable dep.' patch received yesterday through th Caaebolt. Newark (Cadillac); Mr. and Mra. JllIy ,g nni1 woui,j j,av, b,Pn 93 n All Arthur C. Davidson (Marmonl; Mr. and Mrs r O. Latham. Miss Latham Hart. KUSt 17. tori (Chandler": Mr. and Mra. A. P. Dr. Bl s was born In Oenrgla. Vt.. Brooks. Mrs. r. towi. wirai arm was row)- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wlnkell. Mr. and Mrs C. O. Renners. Louisville 1 Packard.: 5" 'r Mr and Mrs. E. S. Bennett and daushtej. to Bi T a. and was graduated from Amherst In In 1S55 he went as a missionary and In ISM started the college. Detroit (Pnckard): Mr ana sirs. , ur. uiisb rrrigoru 111 irvi, nsnni Thama 0'I.ery and party. woreesier the college a large plant, lie wa sue- (rackara); sir. ana ...re. and Mrs. A. L. Btrong. Puffleld. Pnnn. (Bulckl; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drew. Brook ton (Cadlllaci; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cod, Omaha (Buicki: nr. ann re. " v-. .i.mAV.Ha. ?r and Mrs. K. C. 8r.rlnir. Mi-J F. Miller. Mis. Millar. Baltl more (Cadlllaci: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lewis. New York ituutsi; ur. .n ; Ch.mh.rs. Jeraey C ty (Cole)i Mrs. F. E. llywooa. worresier lo.i'.n .... xT-rr, wnnnn. v. II.. Aug. 7 Au- tomohile arrivals at the Mount Washington .ept farce "Fast and (Irov Fat " The rrlnclp-il role, will be liken by Frank M'lntyre. Zelda Sears and Hoy Atnell. A. II Woods presented the Dolly Fleter., In Lawrence Rising's firre, "Ills Ilridil The first porf irmancr of ninnche Ring In Wlllnnl Mack's comedy "Brnadw.iy nnd lbit'crmlllt." s.-t for Inst night at M.ix'no Klllott's Theatre, was postponed Night," at the. t-KVoy Theatro, Asbury ; nt Ttlo-day evening nf next work. . n.. ,. . r ' l. ' ' . , -Pl, ..VA., Knit eluded John We.tley, Pedro de Cordob.t, Luclle Wflleon and Jessie Ralph. Fiim II White and l.ou Clayton, the viu. devllle team, made their first appear ance In the Xlegfeld Midnight Frolic over the New Amstetdam Theatre last night. To. night lll be "Stampede Night" at the Frolic, when fifty or more coboa anl cowgirie are eapecien to aiteno wis Klvrn ns tho tc.isoii for the postponement. Tickets purchased for la't night will be gmd net Tuesil.iy MIs Minnghnrsay Knttaacd. Movtbeai., Aug. 7. Lord and I.ady Joseph Lertora. who wis Inst ae.n In "The Princes pit." has ben engiged for Shaiiithni-ssy to-day announced the en- an important rote in woro. comic opera neing Werthelmer. 'v.0"1'"wth'..Jnr,n."' K.'ig'ment of their dnucliter. Marguerite, rltten by Miry I.-e ( i ,;lwln t Kannorn of Havana. Cuba. ford '(Stearns): Dr. Robert Hltchborn. Bos ton (Hudson); John J Shields New York (Pope): Ilenrv 11 .mien. j.- ,i, ........ p.?kard): Elberth Holme. Waterhury . m .... Vm-A wtlr Parr . Ollhr IHU ft n. Psiersnn I CkAI ir . Jam' a emstrnns Ph aaflliniK rpsriniF. rnri -.-. ti reorinn r sltnr) I White): Ar thur II. Bitrnnm, rnrntiiu . "l Malrolm M. HrknM. Nw "iorK iiuyneti. nnltlt'riCTnWV V. V.. All. 7 AlllO- moblU trrlvU at th O U-.ata Incluilt Mr. S ' "orion, -ir. mm .n. . D..I..I.. ninghamlnn IPHOkarrl) . N Adams. New York iSlmpleo: William Byrne. Short Hills. N. J. (Cadillac); Mra. R. Roberts, Mrs. Carl Parsons, New t ork mi.... i..niii ll.m Mirr A. Mever. Mlsa Einelle Meyer. Otto A, Meyer. Utlra (Cadll ';. Pr. Ange.ln. M.rtln.. Dr. .Florence I Ifr. n.horn. New Tork IlllldsOnl: J. ' v. r-oiert Hulst. Pluahtna. L. I. (Locomobile): Mr. and Mra. jorepn k, v.u vork (Cadlllaci: Mr, and Mra. A. C, Blooogooo, Jir. no sr and family. Mr and Mrs. J. K. Malcolm, Catsklll. N. V. (Ple're Arrow): Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. nason. iyn New York (Renault): Mr. anil Mrs, Jamea .i.t..H mp Rverett. New ork I Pack ard ) : Mrs! Charles M. Dow. Howard Dow. .... v v. .Hudson); Mrs F. M. Rpraker, M'lss Spraker. Mra O. K. Pprady, Mrs. 1, rrencn. .-.rw mi. RUTLAND, Vt . Aug. 7. Arrhols by au. tomoblle at the Hotel Ber Irk Include Mrs. Ralph Pulltser and son. New York i lls ! Royro): F R. I.av.renr and party, Iiosion (National): Mr. an', si". 1.. .'..-r,--, M .. Husk n. Ilnvward Mnrshsli. New Vork (Hudson) ; Mr.an't Mrs. A (I, Ely, MISS BIV, . rt. r. j. ..iii.i.i.ii (Paige): Mr. and Mrs. C A, Ilrlghani. Rn. 1011 icaniiiaci; .Mr. ',t. rl Mrs. A. Weslluke. Charles T. Slre. lt. Hum. mlt. N. J. (National): Mrs. .1. II. Hpriils, .... . n vlekola. the Misses Ovlrander. Cha'rlea V Chase, Palmyra (Packard): W. Colby. Washington (Packard): Mr, and M.rs. H. F. Ulirney, r.ew son. I hhhiiii', Mr. and Mrs. HowiVd V. Meek. Herbert E. Down. C T. Murphy. New York (National!, WATERHURY, Aug. 7. Motor arrivals at the Hotel Elton oyer Hi Ideal Tour In eluded Mr. and Mrs. Mrl", l.llllsn Mergle. T. Roltman, Rldgefleld park. N .1. (Packard): Dr. and Mrs. (lardner. Mrs. IJ. Kenlork, Louisville 1 Pierre): Mr. and Mrs. I. Duholss. Dover. Mass. (I'eerlessl: Mr, and Mrs. F Merrill, New York 1SI1.de. baker): Mr. and Mrs. J. Adrian., potij.li. keep.le (Packard): A. Davidson, Jll.a Mitchell. Mia. K. Karle, Ml. H. Kkr. Hal. tlmore il'lerr): Mr. and Mra. A. Hill, Mr. "ml Mrs! H. Cook. Mis. II Cook. Elyrla. Ohio (Flat): Mr. and Mrs. L. Auamaii. New York (Plerc): Mr. and Mr. A. Lewis, Merlon, I'g. (Hudsonl. wia CompaBys sales ef Beef In New TerK City tor in wai vnum p-iuii".! " . . . . ..Una... n-Ma.H, S efn.ee Ausust Ith, avsragea as rouowai vomtsu Si3 11)11 ceata 9 seuad.-Uv. that PROTECTS your Car The reliability and operating efficiency of Studebaker cars is so well established that, in the eyes of many, the main tenance of tho DEFINITE Studebaker Service System seems unnecessary. But it must be remembered that Studebaker's interest in its product does not end with its sale. As a matter of fact Studebaker considers that its real responsibility only begins at that point, and has there fore organized the famous Studebaker DEFINITE Service to the end that every owner shall get I007 operating efficiency and pleas ure from his car. More than likely, the tightening of a nut here, and a little'oil there will be all that is necessary when the car is brought in for its regular inspection; but it is the regulaiity of the attention it gets that double barrelled PROTECTION this DEFINITE Service insures that is enabling the Studebaker car to show a much higher rate of operating efficiency than that found in the majority of cars in its class. We'd be glad to have you come in and let us tell you more of the details concerning Studebaker DEFINITE Service. The Studebaker Corporation of America New York Showrooms, 56th A Broadway. New York Telephone, Circle 1400. Brooklyn Retail Headquarters, 1291 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn Telephone, Decatur 1484, Dsalsrs in tho Bronx, Read A Read, 361 East 149th St. Bronx Telephone, Mslro.e 9933. AMl'SF.MKNTS. AM17SKMENTS. AMrSJKMKNTS). THE STAMPEDE The Greatest Thriller New York Has Ever Witnessed. Conceded to Be the Most Wonderful Feats of Skill and Daring. We Quote a Few Sunday Newspaper Headlines: Tim "Wild West thrills at Maaipcdcv Afnrtiini? Trlftirnph "Stempede Is typU cm or Wmi. 'Inrlll and ratlon In Irilon la frontier sports of rnwpunrb ir " .V V llrtnlil "Two rowftrl hurt t Miiiji.,ir rvenu not on Ml). Thrills Me rrnwrt." NOT A WILD WEST SHOWl a strlrttr rempetlllT proposition: mons. prises far each aventi nn con tra tint I lamllUr stllh III mount, a all horsra ar drawn far th nlsbl befor: no rfheararit arts: KTrry ron. tr.tant nshtlns for the world's championship and tho lanoat mom') prlcr tr awarded at a similar on-test. .V. V. 7Mm "Stamiwlw thrill pro ducer. i'otm relchr.it Inn nt Hhrep.. hold hnnivi mm Irs Ith stunt. The real Wct In. l.ccn lirciaht 1'i.t " V V Iw.ilwn- "Mitnpeile bl etcnt . Will Hii.'it .V Y Sun-- 'WIM We.t r'vlusl al Slltv h.M'l IU). AH You Sport Lov.'ng Public, tnke an afternoon off and attend THE STAM PEDE. You'll see something you never saw before and never vi 1 have a chance tn see again. Mr. Baseball Fan, pay us a visit, our exhibition will beat any "shut out" game of your favorite club. "Bulldogging" Imagine a wild steer running at breakneck speed: cowboy on -horse chasing steer: he jumps from back of horse to steer's head and throws steer to the ground in 25 to .30 seconds. This is one out of hundreds of daredevil stunts done every day at The Stampede. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE GREATEST COWBOY AND COWGIRL DAREDEVIL RIDERS, ROPERS AND BULLDOGGERS THE WORLD HAS EVER PRODUCED. EVERY CONTEST A THRILL. IF YOU HAVE NEVER ATTENDED ONE OF THESE EVENTS YOUR WILDEST IMAGINATION WOULD NOT DO IT JUSTICE. PRICES 50c TO $1.50 -20,000 SEATS AT 50c RIGHT NEXT ARENA. TO TlCcn THE O HOUNDS' Nw York Suhsray to FUlhush Arenti Station, nrnnklrn. Ihen trolley tosrntind. via Ocean Avrntin line at Ammiiis F and Fiatbuah Avenue: Ilrlshton Heard elexatcd line at Nw Vork end of llrnnklyn llnilc tn Nn k Heart nr h-cpshc.nl Hay stations, Ixing Island II. H from linx Island I'll) nnd Intermediate stations In Mus pKhcul Hay M.tliin Sheepshead Bay Speedway Only Five More Performances- To-morrow and Each Afternoon (Includ ng Saturday) at 2 P. M. IKEW AMSTERDAM Mats TOMOK'Wikfiat ic '.' t'onlest Mint. In me I , A. . Aftrl IheSXIOH NI-.K .Alop till. Piratic ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC T0-HI6HT STAMPEDE NlfiHT All (OWIIIMS (Ml IIIMtilKI.S WOHI.II t'llAMIMHN FANi'V ItOIT.IIS Dpi IC O wet 44 st pys. at s :in 11 s-3W vU Tln A. SBt 2.7I, THE BOOMERANG lir'.O.rnUttl'C'Ill . H'way 4.1d HI. XI. sssmiiw sk.h S.20 First Mat 81 TO-NIGHT AT 8.20. UAVIII I1K.IASCO pre.rnt. SEVEN CHANCES A Nnnciy hf Hnl (Vtopnr Mr erne. ELTINGE Jir.?!l?,.;,.',,,S,ir TO-MORROW NIGHT A78 A II WIIOIIN ll! irc-""t HARRIS West 4 Si! St. Kll'i S .11) Ml. Tn-m' 8t 2 W wltllAIItlKKIWNiyj Matinee IO.IIW. llrmdway Mlih i KvenliiK.. ,111c. tn HI. VI. ASTOR ioiii i. 1. 1. r.k II .'.il Mat Tom'w I ISI W 1,1 K Msillson Mq. (iarden, I nea,,t 1 11., mm CM, CIVIC ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY, Inc. WAI Ti lt IH'.MII Hill IIUr.l.l.,t'nniurtnr Siilst Alii: , ntolne de nll Hcff. Tenur Se.lls III, !, tfi.i MIC, I' ! ' Mhs miI. 7.1c. a Ii mi i I if, ll.n maker's, T .'in 1 llr h i,ti I Aliralu n it m llf iMLiUKWM LONGAGRE I ii i i.i :iiitli .mil It mi Ki i- 2i .NUtlncc Tom'w jk si sail. CASINO A Mn. ".il I 'imii Is Tint l llinircm (SI'S MA I mm W . Si Tel llnain I v s ii Mat it j I III lis VK.II't -J, aw i-i STEEPLECHASE lint mill Mvhl llilhlni: I'rlre ( nkc W.ill. K.i. I .I, it' Tree lui. fur the I liiltlreii, rriDT wkst is rti .ir vm ).;in ii Mais To-ill w,(l"oi j,A a, in COAT.Tfll ''', 'i'incd itii roM im; a i.iuiiri:'iMti-'.s!si:u sQLUMBIAjL1 ;t'!iTV" V '.v'sVI! r'n.V r nnnmnrs jn . ,.,, THE MERRY ROUNDFP i I A I Arc nMii:ic Allli; A t o, - F ALinVCi C'liMillnl. Minion A M.W Mill Tnitai ,Cr.ifC l-a line. Until, f H'tmrA 17 SI .Mimre, Kalmar A llroxn DDirUTflU t.lrllc. luinlic. a Dally Mai SV--I In Nlir.crjlaiul," ntlirrs DniUnlUI Vriilnrlli, I'llinni.c . Ileilclou. Lemonade Seried I'ree in VII, llrlKlilon Hem Ii. "I'liiiiln-rrle.," mher LWnVv-11 S! ItLANDll Mi i in I-. Hum Ini I lloalnrk' with Hoiiatlla ml inner intt riMtiirm larktnwn Kill li'H Itl'VUC ta .Mir.ii'iliiiis Ii.iiicIiik t'nnlrsl 1'ii.iiiorriiM MkIiI iuiuiiki n ami m:mi;n Is. ,111111 1 .1.1 A I il Hull Ss, M,i I 1 Ala K HI "'ii" 1s'11 I1 STAK s.. ri.tiinu THE TOURISTS Iik.smii; i.nvr. a wii,-iii;ii i icN m itiji.i.i ' llrcllc.trn Sclni.ts nnd i t) it r I it 'h.iilin In ' I A M ' fiTDILn H'iy 47l,anllne rill'.lir.HU K 0 U , , , .. M.L,lXlVlrJll!'i hnlolsla 1 ud CllAKLIU tllAl'ia.N lu "1 A. .M." Iltn ANII KK rAI'lt XSTS. Hth Street near Fourth Aveniia r e