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Hippodrome Opens on Thure
dny With a Spectacle Called
"The Bijr Show."
Wlntlirop Ames Selects a Num
ber of Pieces for, the
Little Theatre.
Chrlf B. Dillingham Increased the
irrdy Urge numoer of theatrea which
ire to open their doom next week by
tuMenly deciding yesterday afternoon
to throw open the doors of the Hippo
ireme during the same week. The re
tiirl ,ne new attraction, which
ii i to be called 'The Big Show," are to
fir advanced and the performance In
lath a flat" of completeness that Mr.
Dillingham has decided to give the first
performance on next Thursday, n. J I.
Bnriuldc who has arranged the new
wectarle. promises that it shall be a
.irivnnce even over last year.
nn IMvlona In Tschalkowsky'i ballet
Bene nit tima iniiiuii .. .tc
cn, of the moat Important parts of the
t. xMitlnn to the three new plays
acted thli week, there arc to be "The
(ilrl from Urnzll" on Wednesday at the
Forty-fourth Street Theatre. "A Pair of
Quftna" on Tuesday at the lont:acie.
-The Flame" on Thursday at the Lyric
Theatre. "The Man Who Came Hack" at
lie rnyhouse on Tliureiliiy and "Fast
M (lro l'." at the Ulobe on Friday.
Wlnthrop Ames has settled the future
ef the attractive IV.ttle Theatre which
has already been closed too lone. It has
not been open to the public since "A
ralr of Sills Stockings" was played
there. Mr. Ames In selected a number
nt pieces which he will produce, and to
Jftermlned la he that his full programme
(hall be cirrleil out that lie Is de
termined to transfer to some other the
atre the play which threaten to last too
lor.g. lie does not propose to be Incon
lenlencfil by h success.
"llush" Is the title of the first play
Mr. Ame will ghe when he opens the
iMKin o:t October 12. It Is by Violet
pearn and Is s.ild to deal wltJh "dell
rate subjects." KMelle Wlnwood and
Cathleen Xe'bltt will have the leading
roles. Among the three other dramas
that Mr. Ames hopes to give are "The
Morris Dince." a f.irce by Uranvllle
BirUr founded on "The Wrong Box"
kj- Hohert I .mils Stevenson and Lloyd
Oibourne. There arc twelve different
actnes In Mr. Barkers version of the
famous itory snd the icvolvlng stage
of the theatre will be used.
"Saturday to Monday." by William
Hurlbut, described as "an up to the
minute comedy," will be the next play.
Feminism and trial marriage arc raid
:o be l!.e themes of the Ti'.ay. As a seri
ous drama, Mr. Ames will offer John
Maatfltld'H Japanese tragedy "The Faith
ful." It Is expected that the poet will
tome to New York In order to supervise
the perform. mce.
Kor the ihlldren's mattnes. Mr. Ames
kaa' encased the famous company of
marionette? from Munich. Theac chil
dren's nutineei will be given on M?n
cajs, Tuesdi. Thursdays and Fridays.
It used to be thought that their lack
(if training was one of the charms of
t Washington SU.we l'layers. Hut It
non appeals that their s'mp'.lclly and
laturalness were the result of some sort
if training. At all events. Lucy Huff
atler announced yesterday that the
LI . - III .. L . . ., . 1 I . 1 1. . I
nasnirsion square nujem imu wc m..
to oren a dramatic school In West
Forty-first stteet In October. There, un
der Mr. C. T Major of Ixmdon, am
bitious young persons m.iy learn to act
la the Washington Square way. These
will also be Instruction In fencing and
All of the stock companies teem to
Ihd It Impossible to thrive after a cer
tain number of yen to In any American
i.t The public! Ii. fickle or has been
ma.lc to. New faces are In demand, and
'he say In w 'Ich a play Is ucted will
rot qule; ths American avidity for vari
ety In personalities. Before the New
Thta.re iliia'ly came to an did the sub-
BlNET nni'NP. On August :3. at
(Iracs Churfli, Mlldrel Kinetle Ilruna,
daughter ot Mr, snd Mra. Kiln In it.
Hrisns, to John Hennlngtnn Benne',
Mtutdiani 1,'nlttd l-'tatea army.
BUf At Mnnrheiter. Vt.. August
Anna I), n,lnw of William HIUs,
Tuneral erxlees at Manchester, Vt.
terment Wooillanda Cemetery, I'hlla-
-ltllilila. Pa Friday, Augual tl A, M.
BRAUI.KY H)lvan Chapter, No. It.
A M Companions: U la with deep
irro that I announce the death of
Exre'ibnt Companion A. II. Bradley.
Ha.nnl icrikra will ba held at the
tuMenie of his eliter. UC! Kaat Cap
itol street. Waihltmlon, D, C Thura
) at 1 P. M.
JU1IN W. DALE. High Priest.
BRADLCY fonstantlne Commandery, No.
II. K, T Mr Knlghta; It la with deep
ft sorrow that I announce the death of
eur Re order, Kminent Kir A. 11. Brad
ky Masonic services will be held at
the reilileme of his sister, UllS Kaat
'Pltol itreet, Washington, D. C,
ThurHay nt 4 P, M,
P. W CLINTON. Commander,
CROWEM.. On Monday, Auguat :i, at har
rullmce. New Brighton, Mtl.ten laland,
Kathtrlne Van Pelt, wlfa of tha hat
Eluar.l lUach Crowell.
urlil .ervlce-. at fnrlat Church, New
Bilihlon, jn Thuraday. August 24. at
13 noon.
H0OHEP.. On August ::, 1916, CliarUa II,
Hooper of Itutherford, N. J .huihsind
I Mary nrr), la his eighty. Hflh ymr,
runrat icrilces private, at the chaptl In
Griennood Cemetery, on Thursday
ahernoon. August S4, at o'clock,
U!T. Suddenl), at her home In Beech
mont Park. New Itochalle, N. Y., on
Auruit :3. 19l, Josephine Llat, aged
I Hats, leloveil rlauehter of John and
Cera lirede Llat. I
rumral rMiate. Detroit pupera pleaae
WOnrtKI.L At Hartford, Conn, Auguat
I9I, Dnnlel Morrill, aged S ears.
'ineral reribea at the reslilenco of bis
"lighter. Mrs. Jonnthan Camp, 1430
Annum aienue, Thuraday, August I'l.
t 4:30 r. M.
"(CORMICK. John C aged 5. rteinalns
jllng In aiata "THE Fb'NRHAL
CHL'IICH," Broadway, SUty-aUth and
IHy..tvnth (Campbell Building).
ARUKLK KllH,1.nl In r'. ....1. Ill...
'on Parmele, son of Chariea Boom
id Allc Morrla Parmela, In hli twenty
rit ) Car.
foilce Uf funeral hareafttr,
'TECLE. At Ills raaldtnca, tl East Bav
'ity.thlrd itreet, on Wednday. Au
J't :a, 1916, In tha ality.aev.nth year
M hl aJf, (h, n,v Dr j Navatt
'""I at 5t. I.uka's Church, East
mpton. h. i., on rrldgy, Auguat i,
A .....
acrlbtn were to weary of the actor
thero tliat I hey could scarcely tolerate
No" It In the Castle Squnre Theatre,
the moHt Important Mock company In
the Lnlted Hiate. that has Jim passed
over to one of tho circuits of travelling
companies. Kor clht years John Cral.
who conducted the theatre,' nuil Mary
loung, who vlayed the Hading roles,
were highly popular with the Hoaton
public. Tho so-called "Harvard" plays,
such as "Common Clay," "Hellcvc Me,
Xantlpjie" and others, were nctcd theie.
Last scaon, however. It became evident
that public tajte was less enthusiastic
and now the stock company has passed
out of existence.
Where In the world will the "Harvard"
plays now bo acted?
Joan Sawyer has followed the Castles
and Mautice'and Walton over Into the
moving picture field. She will act In Ihc
Fox pictures. Thomas Shea, who used to
be a tragedian and for years acted In
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," will be a
Judge In one of the companies acting
"Common Clay" this winter.
somebody's Luggage." Murk flwann's
run .i
!2tt.Ti,r?rS,l,-!,t!V?it.& !
to open thla evtnlncr at the t'nrtv-stffhth
Btreet Theatre, on account of the heat ha
been postponed until neat Monday,
The regular matinee yesterday of "The
Silent Wlttiesa" nt the Longacre Theatre
called off. The play aa performed
as usual last night and will continue
through the week aa advertised, after
which It will be moved to the Fulton
John Drew will return from Easthamp
ton September 4 to begin rehearsals for
his new piny, "Major I'endennle," uhlch
will open Hie nret week In October. The
srsnsry and rnatumea will be designed by
Caroline Dudley.
Motion pictures showing the- seniles
Sunday at St. Patrick's Cathedral, In which
three Cardinal! and thousands i.f vlslilnf
prlrsta took part, llt be ahonn to-day at
(he Strand.
"Svbll." ttltt, .lull Kan.1rAn H.n.M
Brian and Joseph Cawthorne. which opens
the aeasnn at th- i:niplrc next Monday
night, nlll b the first musical comedy to
u presented m that houo since It was
opened In IW2.
Ni:V LONDON. Conn. Aur. CJ. Aulo
mobile arrivals at the Mohlcn Hotel In
luile Mrs. (ieorse Kwlng. Mls llwlng,
Mrs. Charles Downing, Knfleld. Mais.
(Ktudehakeri; Mr. C PltbUit. Hartford.
Conn. (Studehakeri: Mr. and Mrs tlsnrga
(laacoync. New Vnrk (Kordl. C. W. lice J,
II. II. Clrshy, A. W. ileorge. Ilruttlehoro,
M (lludsoni; K. tless, K. Itoss. New Vork
(Doilgei; K. P. Webiler. M. Kraney.
Bridgeport, Conn. I Kordl; Mr. and Mrs.
John Karmlnstoii, San Francisco. Miss I
Weyer. New York (Overland); John Tarry,
H. t). I.nnrner, New Vork (overland); Mr.
and Mrs. a. I.. Nelms, Miss Anno Curler,
Haywood Netms, Houston. Tex. (Packard).
Mr. and Mrs. II. p. Iterry, ProvlJmc
(Oakland): William O'Lcary, Uoston; It.
A. Kulnti. .W w Vork (Uulck).
WATKItUUIlY. Conn.. Aug. :s. Moinr
orrHali at the Hotel Ultnn over the Mm!
tour Include Mr. uml Mrs. .latkson and
party. Wilmington. (Pln-et: Mrs. .1.
Hryie. Mrs. W. Ilirnlurl, Mount l,lasant.
Ph. ( Piick.trd) : Mr. and Mrs. Charh s
Schnnlnger, New Yo'k (Peerless): Mr. and
Mrs. J. llrlilRis. Thoiiius llrlilgrs. MiMit
elulr. N. J. (Ilultki. Mr. and Mrs. (St-orgi-Hatch.
Clcviland (Pierce), c, II. (Ircttcr.
X. Knlllns. Iloston ( Packard I, Mr and
Mrs. Snttleworth. S. Tollss. Jr.. Mrs. J.
King, Mls U. (Vbullh.iu, Ctcvilnnil ((.'ml
lllci .
Cnol'EnsTOWN. N. Y. Aub. :j Auto
mobile rrla!s .it the O-ie-sam to-dav In.
Iinled Mr. and Mrs, w. M Upp, Cleve-
ianu i rack, r. ll ; Jure.1 T Nwnnin, T .1.
T Vsuniiln. T
rirnilnt. Ithaca ic.iilllt.-ici Miss Kllaloth
Jiilnlan. Miss Atnils ynl-iian. Miss iMai-,
lieth Huttsrnrld. William l.nlilff. Minns-1
upulls (Plene Arrn ) .Mrs. c o IIvhtI". i
.Miss Miy Kvnrts. K. H. Ctarts, i"evlant
(Caillllae); Mr. nn.l Mrs. A A, lllchar.ls.
Wa-hlngton (Lccitnohllsi; Mr. ntet Mrs.
William S. Pntetsoii. Flint. Mich . .Miss
Ls'iorc I.sTnnrd, t.os AukcIsk (Wlntoni;
Mr. and Jlrs. Murray P. llru-h. H.iltlnmre:
.'Ingleton P. Onthnslte, Columhur. ().:
Miss HaJM Hrsclirnrldg ., W.nshinston ( I.
enmnbllei; John 1'. Thompsun, New Voik
I Jeffrtyi.
MA.N'Clli:.-TKIt, Vt., Aeig. "--Arrivals
hv .lutnniolillc at th Koulnov llmiss it
cIuJs l.s M. WfllUins. Chagrin I'atls,
O.; llsnry W Cornlnx. Kdnanl W. Will,
lams. Clev-.ond (Plercsi Mr and Mrs. O
II. Mlltlln. Host, m. Ml.a M. (i. Phllllpa.
North Andowr (Plercei; Mr and Mr. H.
(", I'.-enberv, Norlnlk. Conn, illmlgai; Mr.
nml Mrs. (' II, Ho,, 111. Mies Helen' Hih.
Miss llatherlne Ilnxth, l. r. Iteiine. Nw
York (lludsoni; v I. o'Hrlen. Aferlden.
f'A1. I 11, M .n,, II.. t t .111.
hert,' I.itUe Kill's.' N. V.'.lr! and ' .Mm. '
i.eorge .-cries, iierKimer ( ferie i :
Mrs. Jnteph Sulphen. Mls CutiOiea. Ml-s
Miller. Phli.iilelphla: Miss M.issle. Itoanoke '
Plrre; Mr hii I Mrs W I', Dennis.
Washlnpt n (Knlsht). Herman CteMtn'l
Itust, t'li,i-l"s c liust. i:. Mix Apilegate. i
Miss (', Itust, Pass. tic (Isutali Me and
Mrs. H. . Ilalsteail and daughter (Pack
urili. nt'TI.ANH. Vt . Aub :j Aiitonmlilllsis i
arrllilic Ht lis lints! Heiul. k Incl'lde Mrs.1
Charles Kahler. the Mli K i liter, c H I
llllxnn Vai. Vn! -. . M . ..,.1
Mrs. s. f. Helmut. S. iiri mil. o. T ,
I), lund. Xe York iCiiIIIIhci . Mr, and!
Mrs. N. T. Hull. Miss Hi.lt. Port P.l.'i. 1
mrmil fWlntnni. Mr a,t Mrs. A Van'
Cortlnndt, harnn ll'ienci, Mr. .ind Mrs..
A. I.. Ilrer. Mr an. I Mr- A i: HrlnibV.
Torrlngton (App-rsonl, Mr and Mrs. c.
it. (.'lupmun, .Mr. and Mrs. A v. Hlon.i, 1
Mr. and Mrs. J S. Wlnslmi, tlostnn ip-n K-
rYnrk it',.illl'.ic)t ami Mir l.iuls WIP
h'ise. Mtis Mllilreil Wl'lltnuse. At ania 1 iititlllsry srhonni r l-s, Wrnmi (' HrniMt,
(F'nikiird); W. I. ItulnskiirK, Nc York anil the p'incr sacht IIcIiieu alio ban at
(Oblsuioijlle), -iieit her
BS NM4MM Street.
758 nrodwy, eorntr 8th St.
87 BroiulWAT. uaar 14th St.
1852 Broadway, cor. 88th St.
1405 Broadway (Tlmtw Squar.)
984 Third Avoaae.
.iim Thlnl Isaiua.
Saoa Third At, oor. tapth ttrjet
Many Persons Arrive for Af
fair Which Boffins To-day
at the Casino.
NtswrortT, Aug. 13. All la In readi
ness for tho opening of the nnnunl horso
show at the Casino to-morrow nftcrnoon,
a large attendance being expected. Many
visitors are arriving for Ihc affair, fot
which there Is a high class entry list.
Clown makeiej nml costumers are
working night and day preparing
the costumes to be worn at the whlto
and black ball on Friday night nt Mir
nmar, the summer home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Alexander Hamilton nice. There will
be many guests here for the ball, some
of whom have already nrrlved.
Mrs. Marcellus Hartley Dodge, who
had been the guest of Mrs. Charles
' Ullbert. eilarted by motor for Con
vent, N. J. Clarence W, Dolan cele
brated his birthday anniversary to-day,
Mrs. Dolan giving n dinner for him.
Other dinners were given by Mr. and
Mrs. John n. Drexel, Ambassador and
Mme. niauo of Spain and Capt. and
Mrs. Albert P. Nlblack.
Mrs. George 1. Messervy gave a
luncheon at her cottage In Kny street
and Mis. Elbrldgc T. Gerry At Sea
verge. Reginald 0. Vanderbllt Is en
tertaining several guests at Sandy Point
farm over the horse show.
Rehearsals for Mnalcal Knlertnln-I Six dollar grsnd opera for cents la
merit Will He .In Monrt.y. M P""" ' U'JiC" "n
...,,,. . .. . for the benefit of the Civic Orchestral
The Initial offering nt the Century 1 ... ...,,, ,,, .,. .hit
Theatre, which will open October : wlil I s"clrt' " ' ' nr1 ,1,ne 'hJt
be the "Century Girl," It Is announced ! "Pen nlr opera nt popular prices has been
by Charles II. Dillingham and V. Zleg- lgen In New York. It Is proposed to
fcld, Jr. The new piece Is described as) ,v , p(,rfnn;iccs m the City Col
a musical entertainment In three ae, , . ,, . ., , , ...
with book and lyrics bv "Kveryma )." 1 Stadium In the week of ,septemtcr
Victor Herbert and Irving Berlin ate to' 15. Leading Metropolitan opera singers
supply the music. Joseph Crban Is Itf-jand the Metropolitan Orchestra have
Wmintt '"
Ituphuel Klrchner. the Viennese por-' Metropolitan Musical Bureau In order to
trait painter, will design the costurmn. ' make up the deficit of the season or
The cast Is to be made up of a combW:.- popular priced concerts given by the
lion of Dllllncham-ZleBfeld stars and Clvl.- Orchestral Society this summer at
beauties. Rehearsals for the "Century I
Girl" will begin Monday.
ti- .,n,i t, Willi .,,, l.- i,i,.r .o il
Mr. and Mis. llll.im L. I Shepherd and
M ss ..laui e t.wjr.ne H iepneru nave r.'. , - . . , ... ,. ,,i,it.
, mii, i, i,! v v ,,inunle Amato and the condticlorshlp or
i. Mi.ilnr ir'ln In llm iterkshle's.' Vlllljiii
K. Shepherd. Jr., Is with Troop A on thj 1
t.,.. hnrder
Mr! n.i.1 Mrs. Marcellus Hartley Dodge
i have gone from Convent. N. J to vlxlt
Mr. and Mrs. chariot I . II. lilinert. m
New turl.
.Mt. Pierre Jay. who H pts.ln? l'ie
iiinnner nt lltaik Point, Crescent Ilc.ieh,
Conn.. I" now with her niuthcr. Mis,
Fr.incl C. liarlow. In Lei ox.
Mr. and Mr.i. Itudnlph II. Kissel and
the Messrs. Kissel of In.mierc Fattn.
Morrlstown, N. J., arc In Lenox for a,
brief stay.
Mr and Mrs. Thomaii Shields Clarke
arc making a motor tour along the Nov
Kngl.ind court.
Mr. and Mrs, 11. II. Tre.idwell hair
at nounced the engagement of the't
daughter, Mls Jmie Trc idwcll. to Albert ' wl slnJ. Nir;n,r. Carl Brttiit and llus
J. Kountze of Syracuso. who recently re- j ,,.., .; ,.llu. ther iciii,,g roles. Iidlth
turned from China. No d ite has been , M.,M)li vera Curtis, Florence Mulford.
art for the wedding. ; .,)n ltobe.on und othriH ale In the cast
airs, max uciicr "i -i csi -miicuo ,i
street hits aiinouncod the ensaircnitnt of (
her datlghte
nl imi.Kiiii:. . .M-,. ..no.. ii,i , .,-
thur K. Salomon of this city.
Mrs. Dell Stuart of Portland, ore., has
Issued Invitations for the inarrlagi! of
her daughter. Miss Dellberta Stuart, w
Chailes Hidden Mat ncn. sop of Dr. mil
Mrs. William S. Manners of dratigo ro i,.
Moutrlair. The ceremony will take place
In the First Presbyterian Church. I'm'-
land, on Srp-.rmher . Tlic couple will
live at t'nderwood. Ore. where Mr. Ma' -
nrrs conducts hli rather s rnncli.
m:w LONDON. Cnnn Aub. I.1 Tli"
mchui acht Nurailn. Ilenr nsinrn
rived lieri- la t nlgl.t and started for
WhIhts, nr-
I'lie sclmonrr yai lii
Prl lllc. N. I'.mhetle Yacht Club ih
i . r- mine STUAT U ft
'3.003.50 '4.00 '4.50 '5.00 &'6.00
Manv tlmec I have been asked why I stamp my
nnd tho retail price on tho bottom
before they leave tho factory.
.... . T . . i . . r io-c
Wnen 1 urcan manuiaciunuB ouiy i. mm, uiuuu
facturers sold their shoes to wholesale? nnd reta
dealers throufihout Uie country without any retail
price being stamped on tnem. i ms paya inc ucbiit
n opportunity to charge a Mcher price than tho
shoes were acttmlly worth. After t'lvinc the mat
ter careful consideration, I bcliovtd I eonlil Kuaran
tee the wearer mow value forhis money if I fixed tho
retail price according to the true value ot the shoes.
In 1883 I decided to stamp my, name and retail
nrice on tho bottom of all shoes bet ore they left the
factory and to two my portrait as a trnde-mark, thus
...l...Qin full vnlmi nnd nrotect ntr the wearer
against niKh prices for inferior shoes. For
fvVrVnnrne W. L. DOUOLAS has stood for
the highest standard of quality for the p-ico. 1 hoi
retnil prices are the same everywhere. They cist no
more in San rrancisco mm hh-j
York. Extensive and continuous advertisinp; in
newspapers and periodicals throughout tho
country has madiT the W. L. Douglas shoes
Known everywnere.
My timo is still devoted to this great busl
cm nnd that my plan of fixing the retail pric
been successful, v
attested by the fact
that the tales are now
.UAtai.rsj.a4 In4rihla.
nf 4hn hilRinesn.
L. Douslas Stores
2770 Third Av.. bt. MOW I47a o",
347 Eighth Avenue.
350 Wot 135th Street.
Ant iTiilinn sitrnet. cor. Pearl.
708-710 Broadway, cor. Thornton.
137 Mroawy, cor. aai
Knaalfrrn Party. CloHrra nnd Ten
nis Players PhfitoKraphed.
Hot HrntNOH, Va Aug. 23. Alex
ander Ncave of New York gave a large
luncheon parly to-day at Fasslfcrn
Farm for the members, of the younger
set. Ills guests, who rode over on horse
back nnd In carriages and motors, were
phologrnvhcd us they left the Homestead
Hotel by a moving picture man. The
picture, with others showing golf and
tennis players on the Homestead links
and tennis courts, will bo shown hero
In Mr. Neave'a party were the Misses
Olive (Iraef nnd Prudence and Virginia
Sterry of New York, Millie Ford of
Morrlstown, Hulllc Davis, Josephine nnd
lsnbel Palms, Llennor Bright, Judith
Pole. Kathcrlne Treat, Mary Sturtevant
nnd llublo Barnes, 1m Mottc Cohu, It.
W. Cohu. Vincent K. Hilton, Ldgar
Bright, Charles Palms, William Smith
Mr. und Mrs. Crawford Johnston also
gave a luncheon at the farm. Mr. and
Mrs. It. B. Klrlt and IL U. Kirk. Jr.,
arrived here from Hat-t Orange to-day.
Metropolitan Favorites at Sta
dium in Civic Orchestral
Society Benefit.
MadUon Siibtie Garden
The two contemplated performances
will Include WiiKiier's "Die Walkure."
Mascagnl'h "Cavallerla Uusllc.itia" and
Leoncavallo's "I Pagllacci." "Die Wal
kure'1 will be under Ihc direction and
conductorsliip of Arthur Bodansky and
. . . ,.....,. of Vltf.
Artlllldo (Villtl.
. c . ..' .. ".'. '
trustees in me ei.iiuum o.i owi
K',V.'"' .' U '"'"cvc" ,,, U " W,U not b
w iinnrni.
In the German onera the cast will be
practically the same as the Metropoli
tan Opera e.ist. uirl those of the great
Wngnerlnti prodin tloiif In the Yale Bowl
at New Haven last spring.
Thp response of the singers who have
nliintof red the'r services In order to
further the purposes of the Orchestral
Society to give good music to the peo-
i pie at pi Ices within their reach has been
men hearty, altboumi many uie
lending singers will have In nhorten their
Mic-itlims and come great distances In
nn'er to participate.
I Melnnle Kurt, dramatic soprano of the
I MctroHilitiiti, will sltw the leading role
(of llrtiAhililr. Johannes Seinbach, the
, Me'rnpolii.inV Wagnerian tenor, will
tig in the role of ,sfri;immd. Margarete
v.t.io!,nni will stop -Vifi'ii. Maude F.iv
,,r i vukiii,-. aladame Gin sk
prevented from taking part by Western
cite, IL'Clur UtS.
Pasqi.ul,. Am.it". leading Sletropolltnn
iurtm. r ne In the Italian operas.
!ln, i.uei Motta w-jll haw the tenor roles,
.p1(, ,P,.'alv constructed stage, which
M!, pr pil Itt.' acoustic excellence In the
y.ile Howl, w'll be used The seatln-:
,, i.ulu of the .tadliuu Is estlnisted at
c.nrtii. The prices will ratine from 21
cents i j'.'.r.n.
Fremwtnil Gets Hoof Garden.
Mine. Olive Frentst.irl Is ore of the few
New Yorkers who will be able to boas; i
a roof garden mi her home. She has
Just lenteil a duplex apartment it ir,v
' ."Wilson avenue, rjciwcen i iiiriy-secon i
ami rnirty-tnini sttcetN or wnitli tne
toof gatdeu is a fciture. It Is a mlua-
turc hou el.eeplng flat, containing only
ihc looiits. William A. White & Soni
f mud tho II it for the prima dotinn.
Ci vt. l. Douctaa wai sut
nlJitUyi' t, at aiviN viaat or c.
iJirf ii' tjTuaiNe IN UTS
Uii'SUrtCg' CAPITAL or $8
I nC ITC tUlDF "
of Moes $
.mm, -s-
33 years
shoes i of H.loo
Catnlo- Free.
W.l.Couf'u, Brockton, Mm,
Beat In tha WorM
I mum
in Greater New York:
850 Manhattan Avenue.
1770 IMIklu Avenue.
.IKIWKY CITY 18 Newark Avenue,
UNION HILL-a78 Borgenllne Avo
NEWARK 8111 Broad Street.
n t-rK.Rttnv 182 Market Street,
4nas. 'jfiMIn
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AUGUST 24; 1916.
Lnst Surviving llrotlier of Mer
chant nnd riiilndclpliiu
BusineKS Jinn.
Pim.ADr.i.ritiA, Aug. 2.1, Trancls
Marlon Wanamaker, 06, youngest and
last surviving brother of John Wana
maker, died to-day of llrlght's disease
following a paralytic stroke. He leaves
a widow, two sons nnd a daughter.
Mr. Wanamaker was born In Port
Wayne. Ind., February 17. 18T.0. He
came to this city when n boy nndafter
being graduated from the high school
went into business with his brother,
John Wanamaker. A few years later he
entered the employ of H. M. Wanamaker
ft Co., merchant tailors. He became con
nected later with the firm of Wana
maker ft Brown.
Mr. Wnnarrfaker was at the latter cs-
tabllenment when stricken with par
alysls In January, 191
Following his
collapse he was taken home. Ills son, I At the tltmvof Ids death he was a I
Dr. John Wanamaker 3d, who was one! trustee of the General Theological Semi-I
of the physicians who attended him nt j nary and president of Its alumni nssorla
the tine, pronounced his condition jrll- linn, lie was chaplain of the Daughters'
leal, b'lt he gradually tccovcrcd. of the American Itevolullon nnd for many .
Mr. anamaker retired from business
two years ago. He never had recovered ,
wholly from tho effects of the paralytic
stroke and two months uro lie HufTcrrd (
uttnMiir nttasts
Dr. John Wanamaker .Id, the younger
w iiic nuns, is a wen Known ponce Mir- was matrie'l in IN,, to linen .Ai.Aloiien, i
geon. Alfred Is a member of the Phlla-1 iiaughier of .Mr, nnd Mrs. Herman D.
dclphla b. Mr. Wan.imaker's only Aldrlrh. Ills widow nnd six children stir
daughter Is Mrs. Jean ttodgers. She re- vve him. lie leaves three brothers.
side? witii brr mother.
Ranker's Memory Knlwtlgrtl by
Itnlihl Joseph Sll critmn.
Funeinl services for James Sellgmtn
of the banking firm of .1 & W. Sells
man ft Co. were held yesterday In Temple
Kmanu-F.l. Fifth avenue and Forty-third
street. The lemplc was filled with rleh
Tiffany & Co.
China and Glassware
Latest Importations
Eight embodies all the latest
standard improvements in en
gineering practice.
The chassis of this car was designed
and buiit by men who have built
thousands of automobiles. There is
nothing new or radical in it. Every
thing, including the powerful eight
cylinder motor, is conventional,
thoroughly tried out and tested. The
material and workmanship are sec
ond to none. Expert opinion is
craved in every detail.
Prospective customers will be able
to carry out in our factory, in con
junction wth the designers, their
own ideas regarding lodics, uphol
stering and painting, to their entire
satisfaction, as the DANIELS chassis
adapts itself readily, to the best of
coach-workand our bodies arc
built by men who have devoted
their lives to this work.
Open and closed models arc now being
exhibited at our new showrooms: demon
strations will be cheerfully made to suit
your convenience.
Illustrated booklet will be
mailed upon request
244r6y?esL59m$te (S.Sbb.ck? President
and poor his friends and those, whom he
had aided In his charities.
ttabhl Joseph Silverman cuologlxcd Mr.
gcllgtnatt and spoke at length on his gen
erosities. He said Mr. Scllgman had y
his llfo set an excellent example for
The honorary pallbearers were tho
trustees of the temple William H. Moss.
Louis Marshall. M. Mchafer, Daniel Gug
genheim, A. Dlttenhoofer. Mortimer L.
Heli Iff, Irving Lehman, Adolph K. Ochs,
David Leclitrltt, William I. Splcgclbc.'g
and Henry Kldenberg. Interment was I p.
.Salem Field cemetery.
Vlcnr f Old Trlnlts- L'hnrck for 17
Vrnra la Dend,
The Itcv, Dr. J. Nevett Steele, formerly
vicar of old Trinity Church, died yester
day morning nt his home, 69 Kast Seventy-third
street. In his sixty-seventh
j car. Dr. Stcelo was born In Caracas.
Venezuela, where his father was United
Ktntes Consul. He studied law and was
admitted In the Maryland bar, but sub
sequently entered the ministry. He was
graduated from the General Theological
Seminary In 1S82 He became curate of
Calvary Church, In this city, then rector
of Zlon ('hutch. WniinliiKers Falls, then
lciir of Old Trinity, wf.ere. he remained i
for seventeen .enrs.
yeais wits president of the Maryland So
ciely. Besides being a liberal patron of I
music lie wrote many hymns. He was a 1
mniler of ttio (Vntury Huh nnd one of
a I... tn 1.. ..f "t 1 ,1 a"li.K nt '
iiir ii'iiiitnir til in- iin iiii'Jilsr nil hi
i:ht llmnptnn, Ms summer Imme. lie
.John II. Steele, ("Italics Steele of .1. P.
Morgan e Co. and S. Tagarl Steele ami
I tin ro sisters.
Wllllnin A. .lobes,
William A. .lobes
of the Pcnnslvani.t
servhe, died .icstcrd
Hospital. In Ills seventieth year. He en
tered the employ of the company when
he wa II, and had been absent but
twenty days during all that time. He
J1q Distinguished Car
v Mi WHMWtVI lilll' "Ml I IH Ii f
, , ..- -jr , , 4WH- 1 M' 'JI IT 1.111
If Jfaiamteri
had been for years In charge of tho sig
nal lamps In tho Kxchange place terml-1
na at Jersey City, collapsing a wcca an".
P. Carter Hell.
P. Cutter 'hell, president of the Carter
ell Manufacturing Company. Spring
Held. N. J., died to-day of heart disease
at bin borne. 7 Lenox avenue. Fast
Orange, nged 40 years. He was n natlvo
or Ktigiauu and is survived ny a wimiw.
Mrs A sines I'.mst.
Mfs. Agnes i:rnst. one of the oldest
resident of Bayonne, died at her home,
117 Lord avenue, yesterday, aged S2
years. One son, Frank, survlcs her.
Mrs. Mitsnti Strnlton.
Monmouth Beach, N. J., Aug. 2.1.
Mrs. Susan Stratton. the oldest woman
resident of Monmouth Beach, dlrd to
day In her tioih year. She was the
widow of !s-veman Stratton and a na
tive of County Tyrone, Ireland. She
had lived at Munmouth Beach lor forty
years. Four children survive her,
among them being .lames M. Stratton.
State Fish nnd Game Protector.
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