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STOKES GETS SCARE AS HE FACES GIRLS
INTERBOROUGH FACES LEGAL ROW ON SUBWAY
WBATHKH I air to-night and Prldart warmer.
WUTUUU-Tilf t -! hi aatt rrt.trj wirans
I. PRICE ONE CENT.
AT DOOR CF
Shrieks and Falls Back When
Explodes With a Bang.
GIRLS ARE BACK IN JAIL
Ho:el Man Swears to "At
tempted MurJer" Charge
and Bail Stays at S.S.oop.
W B. P. Stoke appea-cd to-day at
the Criminal Cotllfl Huildhig I11 attend
for the first time the hearing of the
"shooting show girls." I.IUIan Graham
and Kthel f'.nrnl. who, he charges, tried
to murder him lii their UghtshOUaekeeP'
ing apartments at No. J.'j .et Math
tleth street on June 1.
For about two minute after lie en
tered tlie ulldlng Mr. Slokei thought
he m ihot again. He wasn't. It
only a newspaper photographer taking
flashlight picture of MlE Hut the
effect on Mr. .Stokes was such that the
hearing had o ! postponed tor half an
hour while he recovered his composure.
Mr Stokes arrived at the Criminal
Courts Building In an atitomohtln at a
quarter before two o'clock. Ho was
accompanied by a clerk from the office
of his lawyer. Tertcri e MeMinus. and
by the detective of his apartment hotel,
tha Ansoniu. Supported at either el
buw ly these two and leaning on a
heavy cane. Mr. Stokes crossed the
aldewalk and entered (It building. He
was youthfully dressed in dark gray.
He wore a tie of bis favorite roseali-
His face was shadowed by a rattan
covered pith helmet of the shape used
by Hrltlsh officers in trop.cal countries.
Ha moved slowly into the dark rotunda.
FLASH GOEo OFF WITH BANG
AND BLINDING LIGHT.
A lumbar of photograuher were
ranged In n semicircle inside the door
vay In th (thorn of the rotund i OB
of them, apparalrtly a little hindered.
set off bis HashUghl baton III Intended
to. It exploded wltti the bang of a one
wiuiid title ami a blinding Hull of white
igiht dialled the Cyo of every one in
Mr. Hfolie-i threw hi hands limply
uit before'him and fell baok Ward. The
law clerk and the rte'ootlve caught
ninie and held him. in lng and r'.v'nir
Ing. As he hut;.: : . en them he ut
tered a Ihtic '. 'ii was henrd
tiirouBh all tha building, and which
brought hundredi i court atti 'hi
cleiks, lawyers ami ol herd (Whb ate
used to flur-allght explosions annul the
court bOUSC) running to the baloonli s
of the upper tloors.
The detective shouted In his ear.
"It was only a photographer, Mr.
Stokes," be laid, "You r all right."
The million lire suffered himself to be
slowly raised to his foot. He pointed a
wavering hand In tha direction of the
"Arrest that man!" he "onim uuled, In
a weak echo Of his usual raucous voice,
"lock him up."
HEARING POSTPONED TILL
HOTEL MAN RECOVERS.
His attendants hustled him to in ele
vator. He leaned, white ami shaking,
against the side of tti i aire until a
reached the third Hoar, where ho Wal
met by Assistant I llltl lei-Attorney
I Sullivan. Wncn Mr. s liven ho d
what had happcneil lie inhered Mr.
Stokes to his own otllce and sent Word
to the library, where Magistrate Pn ichl
w a waiting, that the hearing must be
postponed for a few moments.
In tne excitement the offending pho
tographer esc i, -fd froal the court
Invuse. Bnterlng the olHcc of tln librarian,
ire Magistrate I'resclii sat In a sjwrl
,g moii of reporters, nfti'ers and wlt
ti. halt an hour I iter, m gtokeo
hag, gapped ills humbler aacorl for ins
counsel, Mr. MM in II, and I. Is parlner.
former Judge W M K, OlOOtt, He w'a.i
In of the very de 'el', te Botlai of Ills
He was put on a ohalf fix feet from
Ilea Graham and Mlse Conrad. M's
rahiun did not glance hi way at all.
lie loked ,i the little blrdlea quarreling
itsfcMe Iho e !.!. ! M -n.l ka r...
ere as nui'rip.
all - i 'on r ,i, t. ok a aattlleui ., vny
hoe Ion ,1 mm Mr. n.nkes
(Ooouaued on irowtb PeM
INKING HE IS SHOT AGAIN,
Copyright, tin I. hr Ths Press rubllshlog
Co. (The Xewr Vork World).
Young, Under "Absent Treat
ment" in Panama, Got
Medicine When Delirious.
When the steamship Almlrante of the
t'nited Krult Company's line arrived at
her pier this nfternron. I private am
bulance va wlt!ng to take one of
hef passengens, C, J. Voung. iread of
thg i nglncorlng firm of C. .1. Young
'., to the Ne"w York Hospital.
Mr. Young was a'rtcken w-lth typhoid
malaria In I'anma. He Is a Christian
Scientist and refused to see a doctor.
He found a Christian science healer at
Qatttfj nnd arranged for absent treat
ment after he had boarded the Alml
rante. After going aboard he rapidly
Ir. J. F. Hadley. the ship's mirgeon.
OUlht tv administer to hlnr, but he re
fused to take tnedjolno or medical ad
vi. ". After the boa' left Kingston the
sick man became deltrloun. lmrlng hie
delirium it. riadtey admlrrtetored rnadl '
lne. At that time the engineer s tem
pi ratine was at 104 1-4. lie quickly re- j
ponded to tii" Diedlolne, however, and
hi fan to mend.
When the ship arrive 1 at Quarantine '
Dr. Iity, Health Officer of the Port, 1
woe notified that Mr Young waa con- I
vuleacing. Or. LKity said he would have
to lie tane.li to u hohplt.il. however, or
else go to Swinburne Island. Mr. Young j
wanted to go to his home at i'arlt Hill,
but his friends and relat.ves prevailed j
en him to go to the h spltal.
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Hat'er.es luuike and Meyers,
iir iwa and Kllng.
AT BROOK I Y N.
Hatterles Hurna and Moran ; Bed
I) 0 1
AT NEW YORK.
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4 u 0
Haiti l ies I'ape and Nirnamnker;
War.mp and Sw-eene.v.
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fob r tenia MBiVLTI n nm
i bM. Mtl PAOB IB.
BANK INQUIRY BILL
PASSED IN THE SENATE.
ALBANY, Juno !!. Tl t Bnnate to
day adopted the Otaly reaalUtiM 41
leottng Huperlntendent of Bank Vgn
I'uyl to inquire Into ,1m OOjItditloM u:-
dsr rvo, ii ti.a.n nanus end trust, com
panies lno rune within the operations
of the Njv York C.i.ur iu House, The
8upi.rintaalont la to report to tha
ate not later tttan luaeoay next.
CURED ABOARD SHIP
I "Circulation Books Open to AIL" I
N COURT ROOM
SHOWS HER SKILL
Demonstrates What She
Learned by Mail in School's
S. R. O." Crowd Shows Its
Appreciation of Her Ren
dition of Mozart.
The slcht of a pretty fourteen-year-old
girl playing a baby grand piano before '
Justice Hr.idy and a ury In a crowded
Supreme Court with the dignity and
poise of a finished mush Ian was a novel
feature to-day of the trial of the uit
brought by the United State Hchool
of Music to recover f.VI.OOO from Collier's
Weekly for alleged libel.
The little girl was Adele Ooda. w-hoe
father, Augustus Hods, la an electrical
supply dealer. She received her musi
cal education from the school whose
eystem of teaching by correspondence
was declared by ColUer'e to be a "triple
Utile .Nils Uod came from her homo
In Mount Vernon to defend the Insti
tution from which she received her
knowledge of music. The piano wa
moved Into the centre of the big court
room arrd she at once began playing
the march "He Tiimboura," followed
by gayer aj other selection.
Mr. Iods was called to the stand and
testified that hi daughter had taken a
complere course expending over two
years from the United State School of
SPECTATORS APPLAUDED HER
RENDITION OF MOZART.
President Kent? of the school waa sur- i
rOUndad In court by a number of hi j
pupils, who will all entertain the Judge
and Jury on the different lnatrumenta j
they have learned to play. He declares I
that during ih eleven year history of:
the school more than laii.UOU puplla have
received Instruction and not one has
ever entered a complaint.
At one time, wlille Mlai Dods was
playing a Mozart sonata, the epecta
tors applauded, and Justice Brady had
to rap frantically for order.
"1 began taking lessons from the
school In lists," Mid the little girl In an
swer to Lawyer James W. itshorne,
counsel for Collier's, after he had
"Did you ever study mulc In the
public school?" was asked.
"No, lr," replied the youthful pianist.
"I studied from the sheets that were
sent to nre by mall and never had a
Well, ilhln't yo i ever try to pick out
limes on the piano before you received
the sheets by mall?"
Samuel Hopkins Adnma, who wrote
the article complained of In Collier's,
was the n"xt witness. lie testified that
he had sent 12 to the United states
School of Musio with a letter signed
"K. L. Slllack" for lesson on the
piano. After lx week h" asked that
the money be refunded, but did not
' We admit having received the money
and not returning It, " said the lawyer
for the s no d It was tire fee for one
Mr. Ada ns sub! he hod written to
lev era pupil whose name were given
as h fereticee by the school, but never
bend from any of them. He said he
never baard any complaints from any of
JACK JOHNSON BARRED
AT WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
Fighters' Tickets Presented by Lord
Lonsdale Turned Down by
I.OVnOS, June 12 -Jack John5n,
champion tighter Of the world, met With
a elenn hnO kont I '-day at the entran 'e
to the Abbey, Igjrd l.ondala, one of
Kngland' beat known sporting men and
I I friend of Johnson, pave Johnson twi
; trice ig tint Johngoa understood were
1 good for th" Ahoey.
Accompanied by hie whit wife and
rigged OUt Until Otorgg In nil rorona
i lion robe bad ilttls on him, Johni- n
presented blmeelt at tha Abbey, but
I got no further thnn tne door, where
a husky hunch of attendant dcl !,i
i thai id oradenllall warg any several
i po Hi Johnson peeped n little, but
hu MOh found OUl taat lie waa up
I an:nt i real Brttlah g'llole of stub.
. born ne.
John a "id ills w'.fo then went 10
the Hgreit reviewing aland, where
their tukt,a wore rsuogulied.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
Girl of 14 Who Learned to Play
Piano by Correspondence Course
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AUTOS KILL ONE,
Boy Dies, Father and Mother
Fatally Injured by Track
Death and disaster attended upon
the automobile here about since sun
down yesterday, the toll being one boy
killed and his parents mortally crushed
near Perth Amboy, N. J.; two little
girls mortally hurt In Willl.im.ihurg,
one boy run down and hi skull frac
tured In thll city.
The Perth Anilxiy tragedy, which
coat the life of slxteen-j ear -old No. -man
H. Colllrell and the fatal Injury of
ids parents, Mr. and Mro. Joseph Cot
trell of South Amlwiy, was a railroad
crossing accident duo to the absence ol
Mr. Cottrell, who I Chief Knglr t
of the Houth Amboy Winer Works, had
hla wife and three children out for a
rid They had been to a high I ioi
OOnminr .lent a' Did Bridge and re
t "Ing home Mr. Cottrell h ipped
to inapect th- p mj ' g station at ltun
yon, near l'erth Amboy.
STOPPED TO LET FREIGHT
TRAIN I ASS AUTO.
Bgirtlng for home . iong the coun ry
toad thai crosses the tracks of the An,
toy division of the PaMMylvanta Ball"
road Oompany, Mr. Cettpotl etoppad at
the edge of the track! to n ,
freight train to pass. Ii was 10.1
o'clock. North of the crossing than li
a steep grade and light "nus.ier 1 I i
glne are used to help the troll 'ts If
There wa a "pusher" engine behind
this freight, bill a few hundred feel
north of the crossing it had dropped ba i
! from the caboose. Mr. Cottrell 1 I nol
j see or bear this engine and w e n no
saw the caboose si. out by be taought
the tracks were clear and lot in bit
clutch. Tne drumming of bll own en
gine drowned the roar of the approach
The car was struck squarely In the
ml Idle with terrific force. The boy,
who sat beside hli fat ,e. nearest me
i point of contact, was s .ot twenty fet
through t-e alp. Hi rlfht log wa torn
off and hi head eru..e i. He probably
lied wltl)04t a thisri of conarloutnesi of
j what had happened.
TWO YOU NO CHILDREN 9AVED
Mr. Cottrell wa so on the side
agalnet which the locomotive araibed
hbl was hutlcd acrcil till tracks .ml
Irilghtfully ovughadj, liar leg ami,, m.
'i biokell uud al the i'ei tii Aim,.,.
(Coatlaued on fourth l ag.)
HURT FIVE OTHERS
IN MANY CRASHES
SPIRITS SAVE GEE
FROM JUDGE OF
Shades of His Ancestors Visit
Father and He Withdraws
Spirits name at night from tha de
parted ancestors of Quong China
'hung, and told the on of the silvery
moon that Qiuin Chew Oee must not be
sent to an America,, prbw,, t,v i,e f ,r
elgn devil f an American Judge
Wherefore Chung w.i.s Ohahtonad In
spirit and besought Magistrate Corrbran
to-day that liee, whom he had .-barged
with grand larceny, might go free. To
attest the earnestness of his desire, the
proaaotttor offered to pay all of the ex
penses of the trial
Chung Is it merchant at No. 20 Peli
treat, in that section of Chinatown
where i he I lip smK Tl1K falgnath and
the bullet murks still give evidence to
undry fatal gun lights
Oee I a mere lad of nineteen. Llke-
ertaa he is Chung1! son Mn, n0nthi
ago ho rame from China to Join Ida
father, and hie softly allppered feet
crept in and out among the bypaths of
his new home until he saw that the
world contained much that was not
dreamad la the philosophy 0f his native
So Oee gaged Into the U,rdrland
of gay life und yearned for hi "ding."
The tasting of life he found cost
money, much m money than ,i
mandarin might carry In native coii,
about his neck On April ir, Chung
took his fan and bis short plpo ami
went for a letlghllin 1 1 vlalt, leaving
Uae to watch the. store. When he
i.irne back Oee had departed So bad
IfM In rash and aa much more In
1 valuable merchandise.
,i drat Chung eraa angry after the
I faahlog of tic enlightened li got a
I WarTMt from Mag strati, Krotel Then
! went back to hi home anl talked
in guttural sonow with bis family
I They lighted Incense, burned tapers be
fore the Joss, and placid fr , h candy
upon the ult.ir with rare fruits and
'nuts. Tien e)ha ' hung went to sleep
the ghot y spirits of hit ancestors ap
peared through the har.t- of the Incense
The splrl'' laid that If his son ware
pron OUt' I and sent to prison three
geneMtlOni mull pn-s before the family
'o .11 lOOk b meat folk In the eye an I
recover caste, lmrlng t.ie three years
redemption 'i,-rng ami hi houeohold.
aid the epiritl, m ist go barefoot and
burn itt'ui Inienae,
Chung relented, hul meanMme dets-.
tlvei found flee in Boiteg and brought
him hi it t" Now Vork. Obuog t oaoe
i crew tha prosecution
III .1st rate Corrlgan grantad the old
ruin's irayer ind there Is fea-t p.
Brogrega in t'blna'riwn this sfte noon.
or the honor of Chuag and af Cbiutfr'a
geoplo has been picier.ed Inviolate.
"Circul&tion Books Open to
TO FIGHT SUBWAY
Security Holders Won't Con
sent to Change in Leases,
Says President Shouts.
INTIMATES BAD FAITH.
Whole Report Changed, He
Declares, From Details That
Were Agreed Upon.
President flhonta of the Interbo rough
Intimated to-day that before the new
subway plan adopted yesterday by tha
Hoard of Estimate could ha definitely
accepted or declined by hie company, a
fight In the court would be made. He
went u far aa to soy that the Mltnhel
i'rendergaet leasehold amendments
adopted railed for ruling by the United
States Supreme Court.
The report had not resettled Mm until
4 3f yesterday afternoon, Mr. Hhonta
aald, and ha and othere had since been
studying all the provisions accepted by
tha olty official
He waa aaked If any complaint! had
been received from bondholddh. or If
suits would be brought te prevent the
Interborough from accepting the city
ultimatum. He anawered:
BONDHOLDERS DEMAND RIGHT
FOR CHANCE OP LEASES.
"I.ota of them. The bondholders want
to know by what right the leaaee under
original consent are to be reduced
fifteen years on contract No. 1 and
four yeare on oontract No. 2.
"It appeara that everything that waa
agreed upon has undergone a change
In the final report adopted by the Hoard
of list I mate."
"Will you he ready to give answer
of your company by Wedneaday" Mr.
Hhonta was akd.
"le that the time limitation? Oth, I
goes we will be ready." he eald.
"Will the Interborough tin lnlt on
keeping the II. H. T. out of llroadwny,
Manhattan as a condition of accep
tance?" "I am oot prepared to answer that
Question IV are emdlng the whole
DO you care to express an opinion as
to the atlltude of your company with
reference to the MltohQl Prendergail
amendment affecting an exhange of
"There are many thinge (hat require
study beside that. There are three es
sentials to be considered with reference
to that amendment.
"I'lrst- As to the levelling the time of
lease, we have talked that over with
the eommitiee In flits It le prnpoaed to
give over a forty-nine year fully deter
mined lea.-e for u tell year Indeterminate
HE BELIEVES LAW SUITS ARE
"flecorrd For what eonalderatlon are
the leases to lie swapped? A city repre
sentative said, 'for a money considers
tlon.' How can we determine the
n mount of a money consideration, or
any Other relative value? We have the
fur ore to deal with In that computation.
"Third-It Is most important to know
If the law wili penult such an exchange
The bond and stockholders are opposed
to giving up eeeentleJ parts of tb i-
pany's orUrlnal routes. If we nre to avoid
i litigation we mult get the consents of
the stockholders first.
"In view ol it'" fact that I hav re-
1 reived bushel of letters from bolder
of our c'Ur!''es . - -t BU'-h an ex-
Cbaage Of lean , I fear consent cannot
"We have COnlUlted our linker and
lawyers regard lag this aropoaad
, hane. aid they agree that, if I. liga
tion fallows, the case cannot be settled
oiiuid" the United States Supreme
II i - I Wood, a bUltdor atid con
tra lor, at No M Broadway, o-dey sent
a pi ipoattlon to the Board of Kstimate.
altering to build a five-boiougii ubway
Without asking a cent of cKi money Ills
plan is to llnance the If benti with i
tier cent. bond. When these shall have
boon laB lelled the contract or frnnchla
hall reven t" the citj, the utie he tag
VOltad in the eHy from the sisvt. Mr
,i i propose to lsue .on, Is against a
mortgage on the franchise, lie claims
In his letter that rrepmislMe hanker are
ready lo finance hla subway for me f m,
,000 building profit I here will be in it.
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PLAN IN COURTS
ALL BRITAIN REJOICES
AS KING GEORGE AND
QUEEN ARE CROWNED
Many Nations Witness Brilliant
Spectacle as Ancient Ceremony
Is Performed in Westminster.
GREAT POMP IN
AND CORONATION PARADE
Queen a Beautiful Picture as With
King She Drives Through London.
Jammed With Cheering Multitude
LONDON, June 22. King George V., eighth of the H -use of
Hanover, was to-day consecrated to the service of the British Empire,
and in turn received the public homage cf his worldwide subjects. With
his consort, Queen Mary, His Majesty was crowned in the Abbey of
Westminster with all the wealth of religious rites and royal ceremonial
prescribed by historic custom.
The picture within the gray walled
fabric waa one of medieval splendor
Tha coronation ewrvlcea, solemn and
Imposing, were those handed down from
the earlier eenturtee, and the actor In
the principal secondary rolee of to-day's
great function were garbed In repro
ductlona of the multicolored gold em
broidered trappings worn by thslr an
ceetora In bygorw generations' The
latter made up a wonderfully effeutlve
aettlna around the central figure
Outside, tha usually dull atreeta had
been transformed Into a mass of color.
The King and Wueen'a progress to the
Abbey and the return to Hucklnghain
Palace waa 0114, unbroaeu ovation. The
route was herigis! wltti a v.ut polyglot
host with a background of bravely dec
orated stands anil windows and roofs,
all of which were crammed lo their
litindi edsrof thousand of speetsior
shouteil themselves hoarse at ocBtfal
points lUte tin, Mall and the entran e
to the Admiralty Arehwav, where he
OovemmOJst sin mis had a score of
thousands. Trafalgar Hipiure was so
densely packed with humanity that It
would not have been difficult to tra
verse the square walking on th heads
of the people Parliament elquare,
clubland ami Constitution I till held
their i-ountlea horde.
The tumult of thuoderou welcome
was almost deafening as th King and 1
QueeB passed on the outward and I
homeward Journeys, preceded In the
first instance and followed on the re- ,
turn by a statily superb caval -n g ,t
eminent tutrices, maiiv themselves
heirs to thrones, statesmen, dlploiitais,
courtiers, soldiers, sailors and men of
all hues, races and creeds from the
four quarter! Of the globe.
QUEEN MOTHER ALEXANDRA
NOT AT CORONATION.
1 marred by any untoward Incident
When dawn br oke trie skies wire heavy
land ehOWen fell during the arograas
of the processions of tha royal guest
and the Junior membei a of the 1:
family la the aiu hut aa the King
and Queen left ttuckiiigh im Palgt W
lis crowned the he. VCBI smiled and a
1 iiood of sunshine heightened 'Plan-
It waa a proud day for the Mr tlsh
Umpire, but of all ll millions the one
who perhaps had the moot reason to be
proud aa din ed by court etiquette the
Joy of witness rrg the triumphal event
At Ks' drlngham Pall Woe- Ma her
Alexandra, who forty-sl years ng this
month gave Hrituln a King awaited
the nea'B thai "'r eon had taken his
place In the long line of Hrttllh mon
Rgaotty at l" vi o'clock boomlag gun
wwuneed tat the King and Q
were leaving Buckingham Palace !.
the cnroratlon at Wegtmlnatgf Abliey,
and by happy eolaoideucc, w e n
however, bga hacoMe aim 's, trad tiaual
In Hli! s . ,v.. turn llloag, the eurr sud-
aenly broke through the clouaVe aad the
PRI01 ONI CENT.
rain eeaeed. The staff officer sppeaated
under the erchway. the Guard of Hon
or, big si s -footers from the Ouard Read
lent, bluejackete and troops came fai
attention with a clang of aworde and
musketry, while the band struck asp
the national anthem.
Following tha staff officer was aha
advance guard, a sovereign's escort of
the Kirs' Mfe Ouarda, In their familiar
steel breastplates and helmeta Wltti
plumes and white breeches, on their
black chargers. The King's Barge Mas
ter and twelve watermen. In quaint 00s
tume, reminded tha atghtseors the
there was a time when the King trav -oiled
by water when he "went to Weet
mlnlster to be crowned." Aides-de-cam ' I
to the King, naval and military olllcer
of the headquarters staff, followed in
their modern uniforms, and then came
another quaint touch when the Yenme 1
of ili Quard, "beef-esters," as they are
knlek named, walked solemnly by lor
rying long staffs.
QUEEN A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE
IN THE PARADE.
BquorriM to the Itlng, rsenrte of
Colonial and Indian cavalry, the Col
onials In khaki ami the Indiana In
bright colors, passed In rapid auooce-
As the first division of the Sovereign'
escort of Royal Horse Guards trotted
slowly through 'he gate the booming
of gganon announced that the royal
iaoh with th' King und Queen age
The long 1 M 1 lad moment when their
Majesties were to b olt Intu the faoea of
thl ind their subject upon
their King an I, Queen had arrived.
' ' "
I "nly hv "' .rumpetere and the crash of
III 1 , 1 "I men, a wiiu nne n a die
111,1'.: tde ccolalmed the sovereigns with
a roar of ehceri thai Preceded and fol
lowed them from the galM of the palace
i yard to the vitj uoors or Westminster
I Smiling and hawing, their Majeetlee
I acknowledged the graitlgga The Klag
w ... purple fob! and velietoap
trimmed with errrlne.
The iiween rnaib' 3 beautiful plnrure
In her robs of cloth of gold.
Through .he Mill to the Admiralty
1. . ' lag . W 1 'eh ill, Parlia-
gal tree I and rsril Sanctuary the
pro ?e CClOn moved The arrival of the
ive l i( -c ' ' At be) was proclaimed
b) : ie ringing of the bells of the Abbey
.-in, st II rgaret') hurrh, the nrlng of
.1 u- -i -1,1 ar outburst of cheering
from the Hire ' I iftlclai etandg In
l'ai llatnent Hijuare.
At the mtl 141 c to the Cathedral their
Majeatlii were received by the Ueri
Marshal the H ike ol' Norfolk and the
pun in Trailing
WLjT,MNaVcR AE3EY A SCENE
. JL Jl
I ur ar-ctcuun.
Weaimlnatat Ahhay, tha lodeataf of ar
I to-day i uetemgnlaL was raadj and
j walling the ariJfaVal of their Majesties
by the Utne thathe Uoperial pr