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THE SON, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1916 8 MARY PICKFORD HAS HER OWN FILM CO. 3fovto Star "Will Produce Plays and Also Appear In Them. IT'S HKIl LITTLE DUE AM Slip Will Oct No Salary, lmt Kvpccts to Make More Money Than Ever. Mary 1'lckforJ lias nt last cone Into kutlnoM for herself. The Famous Play ers li lm Company admitted last nlcht that the llltlw dim (tar was no longer conn re led with It ami hnd In fnet organ linl her own .company to be known as the Mary l'lckford Kllm Corporation. Thcri have been rumor of thin for many months In theatrical circles, but the report liavo ijenerally connected SIIj l'lckford with una of the many lattco inenrcrs between lh bis moving picture companies. When Miss l'lckford was asked last rlcht about the matter sho confirmed the announcement regarding her own company and said that she had already started work on a picture play In her "very own studio" In West Fifty-second street. "It's been my llttte dream for a long time, to manage personally my own pic tures," she said. "I think I have learned a good deal about pictures In my work hefore tho camera, and that Is Just why I want to use this knowledge to the best ftrantage In guiding my own company, which will now produce all of the plays in which 1 am to appear." Miss rickford's contract with the Fa mous 1'layern expired last March, nt which lime there arose many minora that she had decided to leave the com pany. She continued with the firm, how eer, until she had Mulshed the picture "Hulda From Holland," recently shown, nit then she tooK n vacation. Under the new arrangement Miss Tlfkford will not receive a salary, but will share In the prorlts made by the pictures In which sh will act. Most of the capital supplied the new concern has been furnished by the actress herself, ind tho expects to receive a larger In come from the enterprise than she ever did with tho Famous Flayers Company. Urge as her salary there was. It Is announced that the output nf the Mary l'lckford Film Corporation will be rleated Independently and will be part of no general programme. Kngagements will be booked direct with exhibitors. Offices of the company have Just been opened at 725 Seventh avenue. RUSSIAN BALLET HERE AGAIN. TWINKLING STARS AID ACTORS FUND "Eights" Also Participate In Big Benefit at New Am sterdam Theatre. The New AmsUrdam Theatre was filled to overflowing last night for the benefit performance for the Actors Fund of America and "The Lights." a theatrical club of "Free Tort, Freeport," n Frank Tlnney would ay. More than 13,000 was ralstd.by the performance. Fred Stone of the team of Montgom ery and Stone road a bucking bronco on tho stage and "broke" It before the audience as his contribution to the en tertainment. This was one of the horses Fred rode In the recent "Stampede" at Hheepshend Day Hpeedway, and his act was the big feature of the performance. Others who appeared were Frank Tln ney, llernard Granville, the Gardner Trio, Victor Moore nnd William Col lier In a comedy sketch : luln Hlrsch, composer 'of "The Follies of 1910"; Kitty Gordon and Jack Wilson. Harry Kills. Albert Von Tllier. lloy Atwell, Swor nnd Mack, Hussey and Hoyle, Sar anoff, Kalmar and Itrown, James J. Cor belt and Don llarclay, who acted as an nouncer. Daniel Frohman, for the Actors Fund, and Sam Tauler, chairman of the "Lights" committee, had charge of the performance. This was one of the few midsummer performances for the Actora' Fund. NEW SCREEN STAR NOW AT THE STRAND Vivian Martin Makes Firt, Appearance "The Tatrtot" Shown at the Rialto. aaiaHataflaVR U llaaaB ' sK bbk 1 4'iJaaalBaBa?vCarjr'' kaBBBBBBal bbbf aaaaaaaaaaaaaialaau, ,iiif aaaaaaaaai K EBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVaV. - bHIIIIIIHbIH I LIbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHb&bbIIIIIIiIIIH : ' COWBOYS GET $4,000, PROMISE OF MORE Speedway Corporation Says It Will See That Stampedo Winners Are Paid. The cowboy and cowgirl performers In tho Stampede, who got very hot under the collar on Saturday night because prising about 1,000 students, PMNCETON'S Dima HALLS. Take Cornerstone I.nrln Will Place October 20. Princeton, Aug. 13. Announcement was made to-day by the authorities of Princeton University that October 2t has been set aside as the day for the laying of the cornerstone for the new student dining halls now being erected at the corner of Nassau street and Univer sity place. It Is also announced that the dining quarters and the kitchens will be far enough advanced to accommodate the number of undergraduates who formerly I took their meals at "Commons," com- JERSEY DRUGGISTS URGE RIGID LAWS State Board Advocates Licens ing Only Pharmaceutical College Graduates. New Jersey's Hoard of Pharmacy, of which lJav:d Strauss of Newark Is pres ident, will rxcotmnend to the next Lexis- ihrlp nrlie mnnev was not forthcoming, At the time of the cornerstone laying l.iture the passage of a prerequisite law ineir pme money was .i ,t s exveclrd ,hal frum one.Ullr(, , 0vhlliiR that after July 1. 1917. no per- cooled off yesterdaj J10""- . one-haif of the quadrangle made up of son shall be permitted to take an ex- thnn 14,000 In cash was aKcn lo " ii,0 dlnlnir halls will t.n either emlrelv ,,r amlnatlnn f r a nliarmaclst'ft license tin- graduated from an aj pharmacy. Such nc- each yeur will be temnorarllv tlon was advised by tho New Jersey adapted to ttie freshmen and sophomores , Pharmaceutical Association at Us recent ras ncari- nt C. J. members ir m all nirts of the State, AUBURN'S FUND NOW $230,000. ! Vt present anybody ho wishes to hc- uinn n.ooo '. . tbo dining halls will be either entirely or , animation f r a phar Bheepshend Bay 8l'.wny m-onS Practically completed. Tho two dining ' less he shall have gn of the prise wlnnem and. lt was Pr""',8' , halls which will terve for the freshman proved college of pi solemnly last night, more cash will ne i M1 fJdi wlJ temporarily tlon was advised b 1 .. i ii,- u.,.,i.i,. wis auaincu n rue irehnmen ana soinomores , 111.1rmace1u11.11 assuciiiiiuh ui lis ,J wtrifnp,, ?rt the HheeTrs.,,en,ll l19 completion of the entire . convention. Tho proposition was that Harry 8. Harkness. of the J UtructUrtf. , lly supti,rted by State Presldeni head Hay Speedway, would dig Into his , Mrao o , (,y uld , A new screen star was Introduced at tho Strand Theatre yesterday In the per son of Vivian Martin, who made her first appearance nt that playhouse In a play entitled "The Stronger Ive." She played on the speaking stage with Maude Adams in "Peter Pan." 'The Stronger lve" Is a story of n feud In the Kentucky mountains, replete with moonshiners, scenes of warring clans and revenue of ficers. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Drew In a comedy, "Nobody Home." furnished the humorous portion of the programme. Then there was the usual topical review and music by the Strand orchestra and soloists. Other pictures In the local playhouses Include William S. Hart In "The Patriot" at the Hlalto Theatre. It Is a story built ubout the present situation on the Mexi can border. Pr. Sugden's scenic plo- Copyright by Underwood . Underwood. Miss Dorothy L. Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Morris, with her Russian wolfhound Sonia, which she exhibited at the Newport dog show. CHARITY BAZAAR BIG NEWPORT THRONGS HOT SPRINGS EVENT! AT BAILEY'S BEACH lni nml l ennnrh money to iviy up every dollar that had been won by the Westerners. There was a condi tion to this generosity, however. Mr. Harkness, It wan said, was ready to pay the performers on condition that they participate In other contests this week In return for more money, The plan Is to give evening per formances or contests to-morrow and Wednesday and two contests dally for tho remainder of tho week. There was a fear early yesterday that many of tho cowboys and cowgirls would not have enough money to get back to Cheyenne, but William H. Walker, president of the Thermos Hottlo Company, who halls from Cheyenne, said he would provide enough money to send every one back home If necessary. Guy Wcadlck. member of the Speed way Western Exhibition Corporation, made the announcement to the exhibitors yesterday afternoon and assured the Westerners they were sure of getting their money. He had nltindcd a. meet ing of the members of his corporation In New York In the morning and n.s a result of that arrived at Iucpshcnd Hav with J 4,000 In cash. He said that n meeting will be held thle nfternoon and that a detlnlto an nouncement ns to the plans of the week will bo made. 'I. i ; (.encroaa fleeponse to Itrcrtit Ap- peal if Theoluiilcul .Seminary. Afntn.v, N. V Aug. 13. Almost half coiiio a phjrm.icif In .New Jersey nan only to certify that he has been employed In n drug store four cars and pass an eXHmiimt.oii before tho State board. Pharmacist say tho law has led to a x......lt, l.n. 1.... ... i I...., the 1500,000 fund called for by Auburn ()f a ul);y scandal. Persons from other Theological Seminary h.is been raised, ) States who have had but llttlo phurma President George 11. Stewart announced eutlc.il expirlcnce Have flodi.d to New , ,.. ., . ,, ... 1 Jersey nt examination time. It Is said, to-day. efts amounting to :!0.0o0 h.lV0 -,.,, mlprc mentations and hav,, have teen received, practically nil from succeeded in getting tho much dcilrcd among the alumni and friends. The call I pharmacist's licenses, for lulf a million dollars was made by I druggists who li.ivo been working to Dr. Stewart on Hccount of the ever In- bring about n i hance In the ivstem sav creasing demands In the efneient train- , pu'jlic safety demands the enactment of nig or minister:. tures containing morphine, paragorlc and other drugs from the shelves of certain grocery stores. SNOW ON MOUNT WASHINGTON. 3fay Journey o Summit to Midsummer Spectaeto. Colkbrook, N. H., Aug. 13. Whlti Mountain churches were filled to-day with large congregations, and among tho New York clergymen preaching war the Itev. Arthur W, Jenks at the Moun tain View Chapel, Whltefleld : the Rev. Dr. Fosbrok at Waumbek, Jefferson, and Dr. Harry 11. Nichols, who went from hla summer home at Intervale to conduct religious services at tin Profile House, Mrs. Henry K. Mcllarg, who has been til, Is recuperating at her cottage at the Profile House. Mrs. Coleman Pcnedlct, Miss Jesle N. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. J. Itoblnson Heard of New York, are at Sunset Hill House, Sugur Hill. Mount Washington was white with snow this morning, the llrst snowstorm since spring. Many from llrctton Woods went to the summit to-day to sea the frot feathers that covered the rocks. , Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, Mrs. John Wanamaker, Mr, and Mrs. Henry T. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Day, Capt. ailbert P. Cotton nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Hamilton motored from tho Mount Washington Hotel to other tesorts to day. Mrs. Adolphus Andrews and Miss HlllA beth Andrews uf New York uro at Sugar Hill. NEW CATHOLIC CONVERT. Dlshop O'Connor to Ordala 5T. ls Ilevrrtton of Hftyonnr. Bishop John J. O'Connor will ordain l.itv that ulll tirevent nerons nlher for the second time within twn nmnlha b The second session nf the Auburn sum- than coniielem rdmrinaelsts frnm helno- . former .:nlacnn.il!.m in fh Tinman mcr sclwo'-s Is now closing with a record authorized to dn bu!nes in tlie State. Catholic priesthood to-morrow morning iitendanco. In the pust ten days, which The New .Iirsey druggists arc lUhtlng at 9 o'clock In the Church of the Im- wero devoted to the ktibject of traln'ng also t -,italn legislation that will make maculate Conception, for Christian workers, many well known It unlawful for grocers nnd others to Joseph Henry Heu-etson of Bayonne, religion, and educational leaders have deal In ph.it nn.'cutlcals. It Is alleged It who Is the candidate, was converted to scred on the faculty. has bicti p'iss.bic t purchase cough mix- the Catholic faith several years age. Annual Felo to Aid Nursing Association Urings In ?1, 100 for tho Work. Hot Srr.i.vns, Vn.. Aug. 13. Society at the Homestead 'Interested Itself yes terday In' the annual bazaar given In the afternoon and een!ng for the benefit of tures. "The Lure of Alaska." continue Dlaahllrff'e Tronpr Will Open at and there Is an excellent musical pro Manhattan October n. Brmm':, , A ,,,, K.i "Sporting Wood, which Is being irge Dlaghllers Hallct Ilimsc will hown this week at' the Academy of the ,,. SnrnltlJ Valley Nursing Asso rfj?. ".ew '.ork engagement at the i Muslc. Is a horse racing picture. A cat!on. Klcven hundred dollars was ...,...,,..., v,,-ra iiuubc on uciuocr f cast wiuci. inciuuea uoroiny oernara. ,, ,i f,nPV work the other Included ri ,--.. i ml !, rnrtmiA teller m ttonin i the picture and besides-that an exciting u..a iuncli and Judy show. Supper was served on the fair grounna before beginning another tour of the pe Witt C. Jennings and Claire Whitney j floiverj, sweets toys and front th MVLn?" i,nou"l7J -f"crday by appear In this latest William Vox photo 1 .,,.. of the batanr. which I LmV I?TII,"n Mu"kM) Huroau. which 'play. There Is plenty of romance about merry.B.r0UI1d. a fortune teller' ..r. ,,n vuK.tBciiivni'. i ttic picture ana oesmes'i Among the musical artists, which the race on a $10,000 wager. nureau win nave unuer its management IMS fall, .... ,cmui, uiuvanui ktiariineiii mitfiit indicate, it is an insn picture anci u t..h... ?rErTA,,!1'l,.,t,,,T,ler0,,,',m.Ia,e',irtnd,, M1" C,ark ln one ot h" hPPllJane Stlmpson.MIss Mildred Kddy. Jesse . -. . ,i,u rn les. r. M-Llv M Al lie s.-nrlHirnuun. Mrs. Loew's New York Theatre roof I" J William Mattltt. Miss 1-enn Tonnsend, showing Mabel Taliaferro in "Ood's Half Mrs j, . Norris und Mrs. Prank Hop- Acre." Among tlie jiicturcs which con- t.ina ! .iiarauenie twin hip liTiwmr v. ., n ,nnntrv ilaneA vn. vlven ln me season and who will make tours th s i.f.av vn.n ulil.-h l helnr exhibited i..i - .Y A,"at0' Mflanle Kurt. ftt the ltroadway Theatre. As Its name MU, oudys lngalls. presld.nt of the Hot Orcheitra next spring will also be under lae management of the bureau FLAYS AND PLAYERS. Th- New York Community Chorus gv lt ninth open air concert In the Mall of Cool Air Keeps Mnny Out of Surf Sunday Entertainments. Kitty Year In Some Pulpit. H'mmim. N. Y.. Aug. 13. The ltev. I II Luquer, for fifty jcars rector of St.; Matthew's Kplcopal Church :n Hed- I ford, Westchester county, obsercl his golden Jubilee here to-day and received the congratulations of many present and former parishioners. He took charge of tho Itcdford parish, of which hever.it wealthy summer rcldents are members. August n. ISCi",, nnd has preached there regularly since. TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE. NcwronT, ft. I.. Aug. 13. An un uiually large crowd was at Palley's Ilearh at noon to-day, but all who went on the sands did not take a dip, the rain of the early morning making tho air cool with hints of early autumn. All the summer residents are hoping tlie pleasant weather will continue throughout the week for the playing of the second Invitation tennis -tournament, and besides there are quite a large number of social events on the pro. MANCl!E.n:n. Vt.. Am. t:--Arrivals ty .lUtnnioMIn at the Kqulnox Heu.e In-1 n'lide Mrs Mnriln V. Littleton. lmirU Littleton. New York: Leon nollee, llaml' Ion K, Kerr, t!n Marlon Kerr, Mr. M j K. Kerr. Nt w York I Harmon I, Mr and Mm. A It. Connett. New YTrk Moromo. hllet, Osdrn II flower", s'.imuel VV. Hald-1 n, V.ah urana- (Packard!. I.. It. Com stock. t If i". Hunter. V. ' Hunter, Jr.. Mt. Thrni'tn. Ms fionoian, lrul.lenre Vlntjn: Mr and Mrs John I. rdv. i Moilno (l'a'-karii Mr and Mr. Harold 1'.. Whitney, llrattleboro (Saxon) ; Wallace K I-, dinger, ller.ry Illo.toni. IJIalr f'raier, Ne-, ! n Jarne.. New York (Cadillac) C V 1 Kdxerton. o. (! V. Uerlon. Situ IMgertnn, fonnrd. Mt. Itotiblns. We.t Newton; Mls.j i-i)nn, ituney. aia. it-acKarui, .nr. ani Mm. Ueorse It ffouslafa, M las liougUts, Cedar Raidds (Mollne); Mr and .Mr. Jane. I: Hamilton, Odir ItapIJi (l'leriei NKW t.OMON, Conn. Au U Auto mobile arrival, at the Mohican Hotel: Pr J il. I'ea.e. Mr. II. A. IVaie. New York. Mludron): Mr, and Mr. II. Kea.el, New " I York (Stoldard-Paytgni: Mr. and Mrs. Kd two Kaufman. New York (.Sioddard-Uavtoni: tlnuc without change.ls Thomas H. Ince's allegorical production "Civilisation" at the Criterion Theatre. Some ho patronized the event were Mrs. James L. Hreese. Mr. and Mrs. John Markle. Miss Martha Watrlss. Miss Mary D. Hrooks nnd Miss tlwend.Myn Sproul gramme for the week, including dances, one to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan on Thursday night. To-day was productive of much Sun- dav enterf atntnar. Tlier. taer lunrhenna -"rs. ijeorae tienry nrren moyle, Ktkton. Md. (ftearn.); Mr.. Max Mr and Mr r. A. Sherword, Itnchester itsdir..tet Mi. r K Wood. Ml.. H, i:. Collin.. 1. c. Mrker.on. B I". Jlcet. Merlden n'hexrnlet); Mr and Mr.. M P Hurke. Weateht.ter (Hudson): Mr and Mr. Samue! M Uodd (Paekard), Mr and Mr.. JuJd. Miss I'eaeork. Ml. M Pea. o, k. Jir. i rt i oca, t niraR-o 1 liconionnei , .-lrs .-'fflnat.thSKag- AW - I BU3A " " ' I r?Z . ..r nd Ml Vile En UV Partle, this evening, one of the U' f'Boo-. w7Be A-.,.,ea fh of ladelphl. Mr, Huckner A. l? ffin' FwlV "Wv&rSSXli ,r. open .' for Screen by U. ... Mo....Bl,..n. . rvZ Mff X.W lyffiVT.u.av: w.ffis' , r)tnan,er0n"b.o,ob0I;c0 &lsJkm nml Mrs- xn."&. ?fw $hitB co-npany w I I remain practically Intact, i mlapted for the screen by Itobort H. Mc- ndle Hrown. . , Uolan. Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Itlco , Mr". 1. It' a:M Isht. W K and I' " lmt: .fJ.l.Iur!!,; ,Nlt.fvwh" J,,a';. !'l-..Prt)Iughlln. author of "The Eternal Mag- M r. nnd r. Meh il e L. R' ''.frr,' and Mrs. Henry P. Perry. 'ner lo'd-i: Mr! 5nd Mr.. lSn 1 Kor... Mr JS .brWT,7'.4U, ,n ",y .UooJ Pi1' b-1 lalene," will be the first production of Krlc P.. Dahlgren. c. J. llan and Mrs. ne-,t.rMi . th. caalno to-div were i4"'1 Mr- -Mn"H t.evy, New York tst its). ,?a rMe herself last week, but tne ,h ' , lncor,0rated Success Films Uertram Q. Work of New York. h 1 r.', ",Vi A. Skem. It. S. Itemlmway. M K f't did not beome known until teller- "ew I iniuriiuriaicii sjui-t.it..-. r inn.i . VChli. Knlnliiir Knrlnea tn all.ml tol, aim Mme. UOleJOWSkl Of the IlUSSlan J Vnrkaf I'leri el Jams, r Ilut.-v lr r.i. day. Hh. married Edward Ponner. an Company, according to an announcement went t o White Sumhur Sp rin " Kmbassy. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Drexel llv Vlu.lmmon. "t USk,,!' ' i cVM.n" ?hnCwinr?.rb,r0th" ' made ywlerday. John Ince. brother of he ,hor.. o." turned W"WI. L. Hosklns cin tlludsofl-"? 'campbell "If V- Call J,,!' H".'"1"''"1.' . Thomas H. Ince, will illrect the picture, to-dny. ns d d Mrs. Fred hterrj nnu the Rosemont. Col Chnrles Mc(3awlev Ioogei: c W. Phutz. Mr.. It H. .trlbn-r fFU5miai-L,0,n th dlstnond. a question h, lt u announced, will cost In the Misses Prudence and Virginia Sterry. i "0"57"0", nieii,r.i W stiidbkr). Mr. and Mrs. w Korile und ron,,lrab.l 'l'eu..n In theatriral "h'Sn: Jli" ..Xio'ooo Ml. Marv Thomnson Ilrvan and Dr. It. .V'. R 9:' Jtlcharl Stevens of Ho- ,on (Loiler): Helen W. Kn.ter. Heatrl: . itrr eF, win D. aeeiaeci next Thits.itavi r.eiKiiouriio.ii ui ...wv.wvw, - - - , noH.n. n. is. I'tiarttvi!.' ,,f ru Vn.u afternoon, when team. r.nrniln. th. Th. nnnnn v liaa nln ena-narefl Cnn A. IllaCk. Friara Club and "The Llrht." of Kreenort 1 .,.. -r,IH..r trt nUv the leadlnr role' Mrs. Buckner A. Walllngford gave a ,ln a motion picture version of "The luncneon lo-uay ai ""; ' i- i. Internal Magdalene," which will be an other offering. Kngagement of other well known actors and actresses ror the company will be announced shortly. s-!l ero.. hat. nt the tnnuul ,.iittt.v ,n,l rlamhake to be given under the auspices of tha Friara at Glenn ood, There also will e general field day event.. Ann Murdock will be seen for the first time at a atar In 'Tleaae Help Kmlly," the Chsrlea Krohman Company's flrat pro duction of the season, at the Lyceum Thea tre to-night. M. s. Uentham Is arranging to have Cecil lan play a week's engagement In ivaudavllls at th Palace Theatre before he Mna the company which will play "The Hue Paradise" on the road this season. SIR OEOROE TURNER DEAD. Former Premier and Trraearer of Victoria Dlea, MKt.novtt.VE, Aug. 13. The Right Hon. Fir George Turner, former Premier nnd Treasurer of Victoria, died suddenly here to-day. He was born In Melbourne In 1851 nd received the degree of LL. D. from Cambridge. Rabbi Harris Matlln. TiATONNg, Aug. 13, Itabbl Harris Matlln, one of the educators at the Rayonne Hebrew Free School, died to day In the Post-Graduate Hospital, New York city, after an operation. He was to years old. DIED. ANDrtUWS At Putney, Vt.. August . Udxard Iteynolds Andrews of Uoaton, In his eighty-fifth yeur. Xi:aSi:. At her summer, realdenee, Llv I "m, N. V , on Sunday, August 13, M a. Mary Keune of KS Kast Fifty-'i-inh street, In her ninety-first year. I i.tral nolle c later. Kindly do not a.nd -were. U.K- Or, Prldiiy, Aucu.t 11, Hit, Fay 1'. ma Lee, beloved wife of Harry A. I.. . In her fifty. fourth rear. lur.i-ral services at "THE FL'N'RRAL lIL'ltCJi." 170 nroadway, between Muy.Ulh and Hlxty-serenth alrcets, ii A. M., Tuesday, August ll. Inttr l.ifnt private, SlrfSILL. August 12, )!, Mary I. II., nlfe of (ieorce W, Mclllll and daughter ir William Cltiggett Harry and Letlnla I'eehlrs of Henhkley, i'a., at her real 'Unci; iti HlNcrslde Drive, I'ur,,rul and Interment at convenience of 'mlty, fleorgeiown (Waahlnaton. p. ' ) and b.wUkley, ra., papers pleaa npy. lEHHUNE On Auguat 1, 1IC, Char lotte Augusta Dills, wlft of Theodore Valentin Terhune, aged (I years, funeral services at her late residence, (J North Oak street, Wdgswood, N. J Tuesday, August IS, at 2:30 P. af. Iilnghauiton, N. T., and Owtgo, N. T. papers pleas copy, , VON pi;itML'H I.I. .Anna Msgarstt, oung. eit daughter of Alfred K. and Mary And'rsou Vondermuhll, suddenly, nn Hunday, August 13, at th horn of her twrnts. It Harrison avenue, Montclalr, truBtrai prrrata llsi ssalt lwra ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. n-.t.inrr.A.torla J. B. rj-are. Mrs. B. Pnyder, Cleveiana; a, . i talnlng Miss Florence Wade, Krlc H. Dahlgren and Clendennln J. Ryan. Mrs. Charles McL. Clark of St. Louis entertained at a dinner to-night ut Val ley View for a number of friends. T. M. Terry of Lynchburg Joined his family at the Homestead last night, anil arrivals to-day Included Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cadwalader, Jr., Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Durton, Cleveland; Charles McL. Clark. St. Louis; Mrs. w rteorg M. tlerrv. Dallaa Plckaon. Houston: Charles K. stone and family of Cincinnati and 111 Nelson, nt. Louis: Mr. and D- 'lam Cabell of Richmond. Wl'snn. Buffalo: W. F. lUjalln. Atlanta. . nelmont . . '"' urn Tl a V aea nrrBiB nkarvn neorie W. Jennings. Hunaio: josepn it. Miller Detroit: M. 12. Wooster. Han rrsn claeof' Mr. and Mrs. P L. Cobb. Duluth: L t and Mrs. Nelson. Chicago; George T. ll'ce, Boston; Mr. end Mrs. J. C. Wlllard. I'ltUburg. .... .... Tllltmore air. inn Itrataarant Crowded With I.nnch. ros Parties Some Arrivals. Naiiraoaksitt Pir.R. Aur. 13. The Saratoga; Mr. and Mrs. Bralnard Lemon. Casino was the social clearing house at Narragansett to-day, and the restaurant Mr. '"ac'k" Lemon. Miss Elisabeth Bogt., II. I-. Mliea. )uiaiii. .. Btetson. New York city. MeAlDln Mrs. F. K. Stuart, Mrs. D. H. Harden. Panama: Mr. and Mr. J. O. Kerr. Chatham. Ontario! O, B. and Mrs. Coon. TC?aPrldge C. II. Callahan. Philadelphia: O. L. Stonehlll. Myron Ooldeoll. Chicago; mi.. A Klehn. Cleveland: C. Y. Osborne, Bridgeport. Conn.; M. T. Both. Loulsillle. Ky.: H. K. Bnach. a Angeles. Knickerbocker Mr. and Mrs. A. If, Barnes. Detroit; Charles and Mrs. Schrel "'Milwaukee: II. J. Dev. alt. lied Oak. Iowa. was thronged with luncheon parties at midday, Manton B. Metcalf of Orange, N. J., arrived from hl summer home at Watch Hill and joined friends at the Casino for luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. John It. Fell nnd Miss Hannah Randolph of Itiltadelphla came from Newport on Mr. Fell's yacht Doro thea, with Mr. and Mrs. Morgan lie) mont. whom they had been visiting. They joined the groups at the Casino, ' Manhatt.n-L. S. Couch. Boston: Charles I ey joineu tne groupa at me casino. V I'ratt EsseiTconn.; Alden Crankshaw, 1 Mr. und Mrs. Pardon Miller came from PalmertoB. Pa.; William F. Dean. Chi- Providence with Dr. and Mrs. Frederick nrant B. Shipley. Pittsburg; C. K. v if,,,.,... Ami fr. and Mrs. ILftlnh S. Mount, Washington. ...... Vanderbllt J. B. D;rter. Mobile; A. B. Purvis. London: 11. H. Metaler, Halifax; O. Laushllh. Chicago; William C. Mc Curdy, Kochester. .... Plaxa Mr. and Mra. Boris Braaal. Pet rosrad: Kdward Eyre. Mary F. Eyr and J. 1". Eyre. London; Mr. and Mra. A. O. Hawk. Hyrarus. Netherland Mr. and Mrs Francis lea Inidy Magoun, Boston; M. Elliabath Mc I'htraon. 0. Helen Hudson, Detroit; Mrs. A. M. Davenport. London. Blts-C'arlton Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moore, Jr. tlreenwlch; J. B. and Mrs. Poller, Washington: Lieut. Paul Hchultie. U. S. A. Murray Hill Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Haxley, Provldenc: F. H. Nash. J. D. Padler, Iin don: Jamea K. Cotter. Boston; H. B. Ober haus. St. Iuls; Archibald Mitchell. Nor- W FarvfAvanue If. TV. Knight, Olens Falls; A W. Perkins. Ilutland. Vt.; Guy Ater, Auatln; J. A. Carleo. Trinidad: J, 0. TVor rell. Fort Worth; F. II. and Mrs. Hopkins, Wilmington, Del. Stratford U. M. Wayne. Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. John (Irani Mitchell, Columbus, Ohio: Oeorg F. Mitchell. Washington; Mr. ind Mrs. E. Martin, Philadelphia. Wolcott J. W, Daw, Boston: Charles II .and Mrs. Ulman. St. Loul; Lucille M. Ilellly, Baltimore: P. T. Wiggins. Buffalo; A. B, Flshwlck, Cincinnati. Herald Square A. TV. and Mrs. Hick man, Dr. T. H. Terry, Cleveland: John C. palmer, Jr.. Wheeling; J. C. Dodge, Low ell, Mas.; Mr. and Mra. A. D Brie, Lon don; John and Mrs. MacLeod, Edinburgh; B. A. Harris, Swansea. Wale. Imperial John C. Boyd, Toronto: H. W, Lavla. Boston; W, B. Ileal. Hartford; K, F. Mason, Syracuse; tl. H. Irurnham, Hudson Falls: Mr. and Mra. V. Merced. Cuba; J. N. Tallin, Itoanok. Va.; I.. M, Ulrlord, Atlanta; K. B. Parson, Duluth. (Irand Mr. and Mr. K. L. Chase. AN ban; p. I). T)lor. Tarboro. .V. C.j E. P, Italelgh, t'tlra; L l. Illllrt, Parla. Breslln H. It. Ksrgu.cn, CUIeago; W, C. Heard, Columbus, Ohio; It, K. MrMel lln, Boston, Mr., and Mr. A. K. Turner, John R. Taylor, Pkllsdslphl; ararg ft Fsirtsox, 0nva, N. T.; J. Joaitata. Mv folk. Va.j B. W. Laaslag, calci V. Hussey and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Hamilton. Jr., and had luncheon at the Casino. In another group were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley llenshaw of Greenville, Mits, ; Mr. nud Mrs. William L. Maurun of Providence. In still another was Mrs. J. Gray Dlnsmore of New York, who Is ut the Matliewson. Amo'ng those who registered at the Casino were : CapL C. R. Brltton, V. S. N. ; Harry Darlington, Pittsburg ; Lieut. H. J, Emerson, U. 8. N.I Lieut. J. F. Connor, U. H. N., and Mrs. Philip Har rison. Baltimore. Col. Joseph E. Fletcher of Providence is at the Mathewaon, joining his son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Fletcher of lTovldence, who are mem bers of the villa colony. Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Ward Greene of Worceeter have arrived at the Im- uerlal for the remainder of the reason Tyler Morse of Westbury, L. I and Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Pearson of Pomfret, Conn., are at the Gladstone. ORCHESTRA PLAYS TH PARK. Arthur Claaaaea Coaaocta a Caa cert With Slaty Pieces. A phllharmonlo orchestra concert under the direction of Arthur Claassen was given In Central Park yesterday afternoon. The orchestra comprised Hlxty of the best musicians In the city. The concert was arranged by cltlsens who provided the necessaiy funds. Mr. Ciaasken, mIii conducted, was formerly muslcul director of the Moxart Society, of the Llederkrang Society and of the Arlon Singing Society of Brooklyn. Ha now -Is' conductor' of the Byraphony'Bo- ctetr ( 8 Antonio; ti " Hamilton Harlow and L 11. Green. U. S. N. ; Capt. and Mrs. Arthur II. Owen. Frederick T. FreyllnghuyH'ti and Ken neth H. Rudd of New York. GOLFING AT SOUTHAMPTON. Fine Weather Drarra Blsj Crowds to th Coarsen. Southampton, Aug. 13. The cool weather to-day made It ideal for golf ing, and the links at both the National and Shlnnecock Hills golf clubs were crowded with players. Several lunch eons were given and preparations are Wln.or. J. c. Dana (Cadlllari; Mr and Mra. Karl Junglutt ll'len-e). Mr. and Mrs. nrvan o.horne, Mrs. I. c. Hunter, MIfs u, Osborne (Pierce). COOI'EltHTOWN. N. Y Aug II. Auto, i monue urrivais at the oteaasa Include Mr. and Mrs. W, I'. Abbott, Munsev, N V. (Simplex); E. B. Chapman. New York (Jef ferles): William C. Wlker, SvracuFe (Haynes): Mr, and Mrs. William J Navlor. Ml.. Lucille Naylor. It It, Hcherrer. Hoch-1 ttitr, . ii.oroinouue); a. iiainger tleld. New York (I'lerce Arrowl; Mr. ami Mrs. A. M. Woo.ter. Bridgeport, Conn. 1 f Cadillac), Mr. and Mra F U. Smith. Mrs. I .-n. if, i ut ana son. watertown, N. y. (Chalmers); M.Jor and Mr". TV. A Wads, worth. Ceneseo. N. Y ; It C. Averlll, Bos ton. Ma... (Packard); Mr. n, Mrs. );. s. Perot, Ml. a Johannls. Mis Vontbereteln, New York (Packard); Mr and Mrs. p. If. (lardner, (jtilncy. 111. (Locomobile): Mr anil lr. .1. T. Leonard. Mla i'.imellu Leon. snl. Ilo.tnn. Mik, illiilrk), Hon. Norinan completed for the annual Imitation tournament to be held at the National,, ink. New York (iildsinobllei Golf Club for three days beginning next HL'iu.inutuN. vt , auk. 13. Arrliai. Thursday I1 ,h Hotel Berwick to-day Included Mr AnWthoae giving luncheons at the ?ffV?rfchVt. 'syoA r W Mr": Shlnnecock Hills Club to-day were Mrs. il.oyd Williams, William Pouslas William. Albert S. Ely. Mrs. George Leary. Mrs. Nw ,Xork f Cadillac): Mrs. Mathllde Mol T Arlhnr null Mr. FMw-nr.1 TV . Chrl.tlana Moller. tllen ltldxe (Ch.ll- T. Artnur Mali. sirs, bawani T.,m,r); jr ,, Mrs N N Mlnt, sw Humphreys, Mrs. TT. Rathbone Hacon York (Chalmers) t Mr and Mrs. John and R. W. Kelly. I Kelso. Mr, and Mrs. Wlllard 1. Lan.lng. Nearly all of the cottage colony at-1 i-niwnence ii ac u- , tended the services at the Church of the ft,it- .'. fH Tn'"'. Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary to Tourney, Mount Vernon (Packard): Mr. and hear Cardinal aibbons, Mrs. f. Mei.ei, b. c. f Mei.el, iieorge it. Tlie Rev. Dr. Walton W. Rattershall K" 'J,'"?,0.b"'.J ,ylr ., V"1 of Albany Is the guest of Mrs Thomas iKln'.' KlVha'rd 'oakft. pelfof.Cad.ll;!.',': H. Barber at the Claverah cottage. ' Mr. ami Mrs. i: ll Cady, Ml., siuanne ' The finals In the tennis tournament Ca.ly, Walter Cady. Toled,, (Cadillac), I for the nVck ft plad on th. iftA ftU W n'i ' Meadow Club courts, was won by Mlsi noll t...nlght are Mr. and Mrs. :. n, Helen Trevor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Beer.. Mr. and Mrs K. C. Polton. Trenton, a Trevor. N' J' (Icomoldle); Mr. and Mrs C A One of the Ford cars upon which I ?.C11,''rv.)r,L1i'' ''"'"V.' ?!r' nJ ' chances were taken nt the Merry Whirl ."'d iui, "ii" XT AmMr'ongV Princeton. S. at Mr. Rreese'a' orchard was won by J (Locomobile): c, p. Keilng. l-'loyd Jlay. Charles Sabln. ! r- NeB' Vnrk ltenuult); Mr. nnd Mrs. Mis. M. C. TurnbUll of Washington ''"'"'lln.P."". Ne;,on. Mass, Mr. Is spending a few days at the Irving (Flat): Mrs. It, C. Nlckerson. Mr. W (I. i House; also Mrs. Q. M. Hitchcock and Jordan. Minneapolis i Palmier); Mr and Senator Hltchco,k and daughter, Miss , g. tf "ofher guest, at th Irving nre Mrs. I ll'rd')!U'B00U ,,0US,un T"' (,'ack- R. D. Acosla, Miss M. D. Acostn. Mlssi IlllETTON WOODS. .V. II.. Aug. 13 other auests nt me irviug nre .mis. j"""""" 'n-rina mi n J: . ii A-nln Ml l"" asningion io-uay nc udrd R. D. Acosta. Miss M. D. Acnsta. Miss Karr xlhn(t Nw Vurk '(r.PW) Vloletta Proctor. Miss A., O. Davis. Dr. Joseph Shaw, Philadelphia (Cudlllac); N a. Shields, C. B. Alker, W. J, Mor- JJorion W. Heed, New York (Packard) ' .I, -n,i virs J Louis T-:hret. Mr. Frederick A I'errlne, MonteUIr, N. J, gnn. Mr. and sirs J. Louis r.nrei,.ir )S,ni,,. fnry ,, tllllett. Detroit and Mrs. B. J, Parmer, all of New (i,.Lanii! Henry n. Th.,vF hf(. Mrs. Kellev Rlnnt. t,tn,n vnrlr city! also Mr, and Mrs. H. D, Iopold and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. TV, Braln ard of Brooklyn and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parker Congerinun of Orange, N. J. ( Packard) : (Pierce); Frank Carrel, Quebec (Itussi-lh: Kleand S. Mllner I'mvldsnc- ( Hudson) ; 1-iirl M. siaiton, New York (Hudson), Pr, ilFiirne lllrhborn, Cambridge I Hudson); ThumHB .1. Ilanlev, New Yoiei iMurmon): Chester II. Watklna, Cleveland (Htuui 1 PER MONTH ON PLEDGE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MANHATTAN, yewta Avnu. cor. Iltk gtrt. lartdg sltreeL. cor, Rlvlngtea It. Tnlli At., kt. 41th and litis Sta. Letlagtea Ave., cor. 114th Street Orsad Street, cer. Clinton Strt aat ltd St., hit. Lilngton 4k 14 Arts. 'Bast Seuatea st r. Kas il BKO.NX. Ceartlaadt Av cor, llltti ttrL BROOKI.TN. Bmlth 8t. cor, Livingston Bt Oraham Avnu, cor. Dbroli IL Pllkla Avenue, cor, itucbaway Aa I7 PKR C15NT. CIIAROFD ON A I1AN8 RKPAID WITHIN Jt TWO WEEKS FROM DATS Subway at Astor Place Broadway at Ninth New York August Furniture Sale The Wanamaker-Special 7-piece Living-Room Suite at $105 Solid Mahogany, Cane Seals and Back Offered complete or singly at these remarkably low prices: PettPO, $17.50. Arm chair, $11.50. Arm rocker, $11.50. Bench. $12 I Total Chaise lonRUo, $20. Magazine stand, $14. Center table, $1S.50 I $105. The design, as you see, is after the William and Mary period. The finish is antique mahocany. The value is very remarkable to pet the price so low we bought five hundred pieces; but we can get no more this year, nor again, we believe, at the price. Fifth Gallery, New Building. Autumn Serge Dresses Full of Fashion Notes La Galerie Wanamaker has been filling up quietly with many new moderate priced fashions for women. Tailored suits and all the useful serge and satin dresses that will be needed for the first cool days. Twisted wool fringe in blue edges a charming blue serge dress with black and blue embroidery at $22.50. Red stitching and red buttons are the advance notice that both are to be much used this season; this little serge dress is only $12.75. A dress with a short coat effect in front but a long waistline in the back finished with quaint cording is trimmed with wide braid, nt $27.50. An organ piped skirt is another Paris idea; this serge dress has a broadcloth collar and cuffs. $25. A pretty little dress of all wool blue serge with wide belt and pleated skirt has collar and cuffs of creamy batiste embroidery. $14.50. So many Autumn fashions there are to see that La Galerie Wanamaker extends an invitation to visitors to investigate the new things now even though they do not wish to purchase at once. Second floor, Old Building. Young Women's Pretty Silk Dresses Reduced Dresses at $7.50 which have been $13.75 Dresses at $10 which have been $17.50 Dresses at $12.75 were $18.75 to $22.50 This is just to give you an idea of the reduo tions. Hardly two of the dresses are alike, that is why we are pricing them so little. It will be easy to find a good-looking late sum mer street dress among the taffetas, taffeta com bined with Georgette crepe, and the soft crepe do chine. Sizes 14 to 20 years. Second floor, Old Building. Basque Blouses Little French Shops introduce some of the new basque blouses that are causing such a stir in Paris. One is of white chiffon with the new round neck and set-in kimono short sleeves. It is charmingly embroidered in dark blue, $16.50. Another blouse with a basque Is In habutai and designed purely for sports. The sash and collar are of navy blue and white striped silk. $16,50. Many other one-of-a-kind blouses, to gether with less recent models that are now considerably reduced. Third floor, Old Building. "All Wools Are Going Up and There Will Be a Scarcity"- Of ficial Wool Market Report The Notable Blanket Opportunity Offered in the Face of a Rising Market Opportunity to choose the best blankets at Wanamaker's today at the old low prices of 1914-15 despite universal advances in wholesale prices. Blankets of Extraordinary Value All individual numbers which cannot be re-ordered. Single Bed Size $5.50 pair Famous "Physician's Favorite" white blankets, which have stood the test of many years' service in New York and Philadelphia: especially constructed for us, and unmatchable at the price. $7.50 pair White; all wool warp nnd filling. $7.75 pair White blankets, cotton warp with wobl filling; pink borders only. Double Bed She $5 pair White blankets, pink and blue borders (only lOli pairs to sell at this price). $6 pair White blankets, cotton warp, cotton and wool filling (only 102 pairs at this price). $7.50 pair All wool, three-quarter bed size, 28 pairs only. $8.50 pair White blankets, all wool (44 pairs only at this price). $11,50 pair Cotton warp, wool filling, pinks, blue.'' and all whites. $13.50 pair Extra long, all wool, pinks, blues ami whites. $17 pair All wool, cut and bound separately, silk binding, pinks, blues and all whites. Extra Large Sizes, $4.50 to $23 Pair English and Scotch blankets in fine assort ment at very low prices $10 to $15 each. English White Satin Finished Bedspreads They look heavy, but they are really lightweight. All are interestingly patterned and have hemmed ends. f-l.'Ju to $10 for sizes 72x99 inches: $6.50 for size 81x100 inches: $4.75 for size 86x'J7 inches; J'J for sizes 90x99 inches. Third Gallery, New Building.