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CZAR AND WALES .
AS LIKE ASTWO PEAS
At Cowes the Czarina, in the Dusk,
Slipped Her Arm in Husband s,
as She Supposed, to Find He
Wm the Prince. '
COWKS,, tslo of Wight, August 7.
-Cznr Nicholas nnd tlio l'rlnco of
Wales arc "as permissible to employ
that homely slmllo when speaking
of Mich exalted personages. No
twins ever weio more llko than thc'sct
II rut cousins nml their rcxoirblnnci
cnuscd ninny nmuslng- mistakes tlur -
Ing reRntln week here. ,
Tho Cznr nml the l'rlnco arc ex-
nctly the samo hclRht ami llRiiro nnd
they w'nlk alike. Their voices nrid
accent aro precisely similar. Even
their beards nro cut In tho Bnmo
fnsblon. The only way In which
they differ Is in complexion; the
Czar Is slightly darker ban the
When each woro tho uniform nf a
lluulnn ndmlrnl only tho closest Thomas 3. Hutchison of Tennessee,
scrutiny could distinguish between pu "nt0' practice', won for him a
them, nrid tho servants on tho Ilus- i,rdC nmi t10 CUUii1c are spending
slnn Imiferlul jnch.t. Stnndart and their honeymoon In Chlcngo. They
tho Klng's-yncht constantly confused wcro mnrred here Saturday. The
their Identity. uVtde. who Is the daughter of the
Ren tho Czarina was puzzled to )a(o colonel David W. Cheatham of
tell one from tho other. After u ciarkavllle, Texas, announced tho
banquet on tho Btundnrt Wcdncs- h ovcnt (0(I,y
day night sho went on deck. In tho
comparative gloom sho approached Bridegroom Is Millionaire,
her husband, as sho supposed, nnd General Hutchison, who has been
nrtcctlonatcly slipped her arm In his. prominently mentioned ns a candl-
lie vyiB tho 1'rlnCQ of Wales, who, date for tho goernorshlp of Ton
us his cousin's guest, woro a Rue- ncssco, is president of a big con
slan admiral's uniform. structlnn linn In Nashville, n mem-
The nnicer of tho Stnndart who ucr of tho Civil Service Commission
told of the Czarina's mistake said 0f that city, chairman of tho Demo
that, when King Kdwnrd heard of It irat executive comtnlttco nnd sov
ho laughed until he seemed In dan- , 0thc. Bcml.omca bodies. Dur
gor of apoplexy. , ,ho apanlnh-Amerlcan war ho
,nn n0, , Tti? " " l"l of the Second Tennessee
too, nnd declared: , - , , . ,,,.... ,
"There must bo no more of these Volunteers, lie Is said to bo several
mlstnkes; I might make one. Wol",nos n millionaire.
will tlo n blue ribbon around Ills J "It was this way," said tho gen
Mnjesty's arm nnd a red nno around lernl. "1 attended tho Confederate
tnv Itimlinml'tt nrni "
my husband's arm.'
The Children Could Not Be Fooled
lit nil on lioard tlio imperial unu
rojul yachts only tho Cznr's child
ren mid the I'rlnoo'B children didn't
confuse their pnpaB. Various play'
ful plots were laid In mystify tho
.wiuugstcrs, hut filial Intuition foiled
them, even when tho fathers delib
erately turned their bucks.
Not so with tho growni-ups on
shore here. When It wns desired to
send tho crowd waiting nshoro on ft
fnlso scent tho l'rlnco nf Wales
would land from tho Stnndart; the.
crowd, as they supposed, saluted
thnCzar; tho l'rlnco sprang lilto n
motor car and was whisked away.
followed by a squad of detectives.
Tho crowd dispersed, and In a little
w,,a mo z.r I nie.. ..,.' un?,.-
DVlllU) IUI 11U 4 1 IIII.C in it 4Ulllll.il
Tlio precautions to gunrd , tho
Czar wero ns thorough ns unoll-
tnmlw. llcforo his arrival secret
kervlro men nf nil nations swarmed
here, each In search of desperadoes
from his own soil. Defectives scru
tinized tho passengers on every
steamer ns it camo from the main
land. Arilvlng, its passengers de
barked In single fllo between twp
lines ot shnrp-cyfd men In yachting
costumes, who take infinitely moro
interest In nn nnarchlst thnn In any
yacht that over flnntcd.
While tho Czar remained hero nu
merous torpedo boats patrolled close
to (bo Island and were signalled to
by sentries on slioro It even n row
boa put' put, mi that It,, might bo
nailed and -Its occupants questioned;.
Tho nnxletyv tho Czar's visit
causod tho Kim must hnvo, been, a
sevoro tax, but ho .alwnjs appeared
smiling nnd cheerful. Tho Czar
was gloomy nnd preoccupied on tho
first day here, then he seemed to
throw olT lils cares nr)i, grow nl
nuist Jolly. ' ' "S y
His children auffor jnoro. than ho
does, from tho restrictions 'on their
liberty. Wjicq thfl'y (jot, asjinro there
was tbp, greatest ;(llmcuty In. getting
them nljoard thd' stanclaf again.
They nro handsome, bright,,, good
humored children. ' Of course tho
cznr ot tho family Klfl the (youngest,
tho pudgy CzarovKch, on whom four
grand duchossos danco attendance.
Tho Czarina Is a very stately, dig
nified woman, whoso melnncholy ex
pression. Is pathetic. A Only when her
children surround her does sho seem
to becomo even cheerful.
Oscar Hnmnicr8toln, on arriving
InNow York- from Chicago, said ho
hn doptlo'ns on two plurus of piopc'r
(' In' Chicago and would build un
opera houso if Chlcagoaus rnUeil
the monoy to take euro nf a inrnt
gauo on tho building.
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ADVICE OF GENERAL
He Won His That Way "Take
It for Granted She. is Yours"
' is Method Put Into Prac
tice. ClllCAdO, August 17. "if you
meet n Rlrl. look into her eyes, and
doc;j5 that you lovo Iier, tell her so
"Don't wnlt for her to Bay yes or
no Tfl.c ,t for Krnnteil that she )s
. "Commcnco Immediately to net as
'if' she wero your property.
.'.A WOmcn like to feci nH It they
belonged to a man.
-The girl will soon begin to tnko
yoMr viewpoint nf tho affair,
it ougilt 0t t ino nny man
murc than thirty minutes to win n
.f nle young woman's relatives
object. Just Ignore them."
The vlows of llrlgadler-aencral
reunion In Memphis In Juno. I was
my wife wad maid of honor from
Toxns. Tlioflovernor presented ..me
to Miss Louise Cheatham., a few min
utes' after,' Ijer arrival Iti Memphis.
I Jgftefstato her eyes, ami sawthat
I loved her. I took her' out of tho
"rowd, told her that I loved her and
asked her to be my wife'. I didn't
wait for her answer, f took It for
granted it was 'Yes.' Tho wholo
transaction didn't tnko moro than
thirty minutes. When wo rejoined
Miss Cheatham's friends I acted as If
I owned her.
"Kvery man could wln n wlfo It
ho followed my example. Tho man
who llcliltntci, ln warfnro
M (( ,,, w, m
nonths In winning a wlfo? Thirty
riilnutes Is long enough. "After I
had decided that Mlbs Cheatham
was to bo my wife, I went .Imme
diately and told her mother. Mrs.
Cheatham was greatly surprised,
liut I soon convinced her thnt I
monnt liuslncsi. 4 Jtho finally snld
something about tho wedding tak
ing placo in October. I Just ignored
such talk. Mrs. Cheatham and
Urnlsc returned to Clarksvlllc,
Tcxns. Itonk tho next train. Never
'et' tlio woman of your cholco get
out of.jSiur sight. Keep light after
..I .: ..."
'iiir all tho time,
"I haunted tho Cheatham home. I
walked nround llko I owned It. Mrs.
Cheatham was adamant, howovcr,
and would not consent to our mar-
rlago uutll October. Finally tho
mother And Utilise left for Chicago.
( followed and, by taking nnothor
lino, greeted them on their nrrivnl
"ll'y this tlnio Uiilleo, Vante'd to
get married right nway, but Btill hcij
mother held out. I.oulso told mo
her guardian, M. I. Sims, wns lu
DonVer, I went In that city nml In
vited hint to sco Loulso nnd myself
married, Ho nrpoptctl. I tnokthn
noxt tialn for Chicago anil iiilii Mrs.
Cncatliam that, Mr.- Sims would nt-
tend tho wedding of her daughter
nnd mysolf Saturday. Sho" thon
throw up both hands nnd quit.
"My ndvleo to all young men is
that when thoy wnnt a girl, Just go
and take her. If business principles
wore applied to love," there would be
moro happy marriages. A good
wlfo Is worth moio than 'millions.
Any man would run his neck "off to
secure a million dollars In a few
days why not n wlfoj"
General Hutchison Is 32 years old.
Ills bride Is not much more tbaii 20.
''Say that I Imllovo all the gehernl
savs and am tho happiest woman In
thu' world," wus her parting word.
MYSTERY DEATH OF
CZAR OF BUFFALO
Inquiry is Squelched Hint of Pois
oning Only Adds to Puzzle
Which ii Walled Up by Victim's
IIUPKALO (N. Y.), August it
In the unexpected death of Victor
Spoor, secret!.!-- to the Mayor Of
Huffnio, the Queen City of the I.okes
has ri mystery that rlvhls that of the
Victor Specr, according to all ac
counts, was more tba Mayor of Huf
falo than was tho elected Maor,
J. N, Adam, a former dry goods mil
lionaire who went to Scotland after
tho secretary's death. 1 was sqv6n
weeks nnd more ago thnt this young
newspaper man who had made him
self tho political czar of liuffato died.
.Tho night beforo Victor Speer
died ho had a desperate fight with
a married man In tho Mansion
House, Willlatnsville, eleven miles
cast of Huffalo. Tho fight was over
the wlfo ot Specr's opponent. Spccr'S
funeral was held a few hours nficr
he had been pronounced dead by
bis family physician.
Physician's Protest Tain.
Dr. . (1. Danzer, the medical ex
aminer ot Huffnlo, wag In town the
Sunday Speer died, but was not call
ed, but as a private physician, Aftor
tho rumors reflecting on his office
became unendurable, Dr. Danzer de
manded an Investigation ot tho Dis
trict Attorney. Hut slnco that time
tho prosecutor bus taken no steps.
Speer camo to Huffalo to become
first the advertising man for J. N.
Adam, and, after his cnt'nnic Into
politics, Adams' special adv.licr.
His last night on earth Is still
shrouded In mystery and will prob
ably remain so uutll a public Inves
tigation ot his death is ordered by
tho District Attorney. Tour days'
Investigation by u correspondent of
"Tho Kxnmlncr" has,clenred the
case of many of tho wild rumors
hat nro still flying nbout Huffalo.
On Saturday night, Juno Gth, Vic-
tor Speer was ono of a party of five
which took tho Kast road out of
Huffalo to Wllllamsvlllo. Thero wns
dinner nt (he Mansion House, a
quaint old structure built of lime
stone blocks wiilch hns been fitted
up with Mission furniture and hunt
club pictures. It' wns in tho -Mansion
Houso that Saturday night that
Bjiccr had a flit fight with ah angry
husband. Just why nnd what over
Is not ot record. Speer was knock
ed downstairs, and ln the fall sprain
ed hW ankle.
White Can't Awaken Him.
Speer telephoned to his own
chauffeur to iffeet him at tho Coun
try Club, four miles nearer Huffalo.
Whatever tho row, be left tho Man
sion House, according to best re'
ports,- In a friend's automobile His
chnuffcur, George Miller, saya he
look him home without, further In
cident. Specr's wife sajs be told her not
to awakon him and wont to sleep
shortly after midnight. She foumj
It imposslblo to awaken him early
Sunday alernbon and summoned
mo inmiiy pnysicmn. ine ursi
thl'ng'tho phyiiciiip did was fo telo;
phono to tho Catholic '8lstors' hos
pltul for a stomach pump. It is also
of record that ho Inquired of Smith
& Thurston, neighboring druggists',
the composition of rertaln powders
round uy tno unconscious mans
side. Tho stomach pump, though
brought in un ambulance, arrived
nftor Specr's death.
The deputy nicdlcat examiner says
that, ut tho requc'st of tho family
physician ho performed a hurried
autopsy which showed that Speer,
w'hflo apparently n healthy man, had
n dangerous heart and diseased Kld,
ncya. No nnniysls of tho contents
of Specr's, stomach was made In
tenrch of poison.
WANTS TO KNOW
Scrgt. Harry, Manngor, Promoter j
and Chief Booster ot tho National
Guard baseball champions, wishes'
to Inquire through tho columns of
tho E v o ii I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n whnt
men tho manager of thn Knlllil buso-
linll team expects to play on Sunday.
Harry Is ready In play anything
from cornor lot'artlsts to tho tworld
champions1 but he wnntst to kpow
who thoy nro Just thKaame. .
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