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Here and There
THE eni nt of B eri
Johnaton and Mi-> Bennlta Law
rence, daughter of Malcolm R
Lawrence, both of Brookl; n, hs
made pubHc The date of th*- wi
has not bei n anno inced.
MISS RUTH CARROLL.
Miss Carroll, who la a daughter f,f
Mrs. Wllllam r. Trowbridge, of New
T* ? and Baranac Lake, has beceane en
I i to lb nry W. bb Hyde, Harvard,
tDB, of BostoB and Cohaaaet. Mlss Car?
roll is a descendanl of the Carrolla of
Baltlmora and <*n her mother'a Blde a
graat arandrtniigbtrr of the late Bradlah
.1 ? ? aon, of New Orleana and New Tork.
Ho , ? ? ed for the '
MISS EDITH BREVOORT KANE.
Tha ? P. Baker,
Jr., aon of the chalrman of the board of
dir. etc l Plral Natlonai
and ot..< of ti. wealthteat men In the
?j'mr- i Btal and Miss Edltb Brevoori
Kane, da Mr. and Mi a, On n
% iiio Ki ? nouni ed a f< w daya
ago. Tha ani i ' u#as made by
Mr. Bakar and Mlaa Kane whlle they
? wara crulslng along the Bound <m Mr.
Hakrrs yavcht, th.- Viking. Wlth 8
un.iir the cbaperonage <<f Mra. II. H.
Rosjera Jr. The) wrota a number of
r to th. r frlends and tho eecret was
t ' Mr. Baker is vlce-prealdent and
a dlre.tor of tho Flrst Natlonai Bank,
ns well 88 a dir. < tor In other corporav*
tlons. He is looked nr*'-r. i.s I" Ing BomO
n all-round athi.to and storlea
ara told <>f bla f. I a Bwlmmcr. Miss
Kane ls nis<> athletlc and an excellent
wblp. Thi nelghbors al Tuxedo
l'ark Mr. Bakera wlnter home ls nt
No. 258 Msdison avenue, cloae t.> th
home of .T. Plerpont Morgan Mr. Mor
gan nnd Mr. Bakar an- fricndv and bave
worked together to protecl thal aectlon
of Madlaon avenue from the encroach
m* nts of bualness buildli
MISS M. F. ABBOTT.
Mlaa Abbotl has occurded a consider
Bbaa plaee la th<- publlc eye In Wash
lr--'"n f?T 8 WOOb or more. She js a
wrlter <>n th<- aubject of conaei
Recently she wrota an artieie whlch was
jmblished in Washington Whlch has Bt
Iracted much attOBrtloa becauae In it sh>
nsserted that she had Been 8 latter in
the files of ihe Popartm. nt of th?- In
terior said to have been written by Rlch?
ard s. Ryan, on.- of the appHcants for a
rallway termtnal on Controllar Ba .
Alaska. in whlch the wrlter said that
ln making his appllcatlon he repreai nt. d
only riir.is.lf, with whlch th.- Prealdeni
was not aallafled and ha had aeen tha
Prealdeni and toi.i ntm thal he bad then
jaen C I* Taft, and Mr. Taft had. at
Mr. Ryaa'a requeat, aeen th<- prealdeni
jiinl told him who Ryan really was. This
had aataanad Prealdeni Taft, and ihe
lands were th< reupon r, 1. a?-. .1. This let
ti-r, whleh was BUpDOOed to havi l"'ii
adiUaaaail t*> Bacretary Balllnger, has
baaa tabbod tha "i?i* k-to-iii.-k" letter,
Bjaairb ?t th<- titm oi th<- DaBsuttnoai of
IL.- int'ii'.r <iid m.t roveal tha axlstence
af Bueb b letter. Mlaa Abbotl alao said
ghi- had ?-< 't 8 rn.i|. of th<- proposed Con
aj-oiier Hay routea to tha coal Belda whlch
Bad been predated, and that this had
ajBjppa dtsappaarad from tha P/ar De
partment. Th ? elalnaa of Mr. Ryan, who
is altsaaad to lepreaenl the Ouggenl.
bitertBts, have not baaaj flnaliy disposed
,' by the government. Mlsa Abl
ii nts ar b* Ing Inveatigated by thi
, ?? mitti "ti Bxp* ndlturea in
I . [nt* ? lor i" ; i rtmi nt
PHILANDER P. CLAXTON.
Profeeaor Claxton, of the Unlv* rsity of
v. a.- re* ently named by Preal
ed Elmer j: Bro m,
po tlon of i
. ? ?? of Education to
? . , lor of New York Unlver
i cia aton la a natlve of
ilumnua <>f the unl
? ???.%? here i ln* ?? 1902
or of educatlon. He
ed hl \ i;- ln ivs- and tl i v M.
in 1887. Later he atudled ai
ji hna Hopkin - i rnlv* i Ity and made an
, . -. , ? of tl ' of K irop* .
up his unlvcralty work
denl of achoola in
? ;i "H m
of the faculty of the North Caro
3tate Normal and Induatrial College
;,,,i ,,ii edltor of educattonal publlca
CALVIN N. KENDALL.
Oovernor Wll on of N? w J* i
few daya ago named Calvln N. Kendall,
. inti nd* nl of Bchoola of Indlanap
... !,<? State Commlaaiont r of Edu
.,,?.,, , ? \. ?. i me? to undertake the
anizatlon of the a hool ayatem of
Btate, aa provlded for al the last
th.- Legtalature. Tle- occupant
? the posl wlll recelve a aalary of $10.
mhi B year. Mr. Kendall is tooked npon
M an educator of the highest order, wlth
? re.-it executive abillty. He was born al
kuguata, N, Y. February 8. 1850. I?|
.wo ne recerved the degrea of A. B.
iMiii Hamllton Coll ige, and tha honor
ary degree of a M. waa conferred upon
btm In 1900 by Tale and in 1900 by
the Unlverslty of Mlchlgan. His whole
Bctive llfe hsa been devoted to educa?
tlon. Only recently he decllned propo
ittlona to head the school ayBtama of
. .,. .i Bochester.
THE REV. DR. LEMUEL H. MURLIN.
Dr, Murlln, the new prealdeni of Boa?
ton Unlverslty, haa been preaident of
Baker Unlverslty, Ksnsaa, rince 18M
He waa born In Ohlo In 1S,:1 and Btudtad
,n pori Wayne (Ind I College, De Panw
Unlverslty, Oarretl Blble Instltute, I'ni
veralty oif Pennaylvanla, Clark Unlver
Bltj nnd in Europe, He began his edu
fationsl work aa a teacher tn Fort
,. college In 1886. In 1900 '!" ha
? r r.f the Amerl* an Chureh
ln Berlln. He was aecretary of the
Rhodea Bcholarahlp Commlttee for Kan
Bdward Hlnes, of the Edward Htnsa
Lumher Company, of Chicago, la ona of
the promlnent flgures'ln the Laorimer
bearing whlch is belng held at Waah?
lngton n was im. it haa been testified.
who rataed ? Bum ol Sioo.onn for thg
; . ,. ,,f "putting Lorimer over."
Wickersham vs. WlckWBham mlght
well bfl gflglgnral as a titl*- to one <if the
numeroua controvaralefl which ara irri
latlng ofBclal Washlngtoa at this tlme.
Mr. Wickersham. th" Delegata from
Alaaka, has preferred certaln chnrgea
Bgnlnst Attorney Oeneral wickersham.
and tbesa are i<> aerva as the ground
for Bnother Of tha many investiga
ii..ns ??hl< li ih" Denr.ocrattc House is
conductlng Mr. IVIckeraham, <>f Alas
ka, chnrgea tliat the tagal reprcsvnta
MISS BENNITA LAWRENCE.
iPhotO Ly AirnC D'Jporit )
? "i the governmenl Ib nol i rosi rutlng
(asl enough certaln crlminal p.linga
in whlch the Alaakan ayndlcate is al
leged to ba Involvod. ii" thlnka thal
ther.- I..- some tiaiit:"r thal they wlll be
?. me outlawi d b fore the Attorney Oen?
eral reachea tha point of aeeklng Indlct
menta Certaln evldence, Mr. Wlcker
uham, of Alaaka, declares, waa presented
to Mr. Wickeraham, of the Cabinet, more
than a year aga The Attorney <;*n
eral repltad tbal the atatuta of limita
tlona had mn ln ona case, and that ha
Old nol think it had In the othera. Ha
i tated thal tii" alleg* d i omblnatlon of
, n ii blddara arai atill under Investlga
tion, and thal h<- would contlnua the
Inveatlgatlon of th" other eai
DoSlar on Broadway
(iintiiuif.l from llilnl p:iK<".
withm ten feet of the handaoma mlxerl
This was a novelty, Indeed, And yet,
with all tbe BUffrage paradea what elai
was to be expected? Where now could
poor men By to ??< Bk>ne7 <;citing hlm
seif Brmly In hand, ha marcbad atralghl
Up to that bar, orderad his Irrlgator,
bravely downad it. pald his dlme, and
wlthout even one r.-Kietful glance at thfl
free lunch no marched rlght oul again
Out into tha free air be walkad, and be?
fore be recovered his naual presence of
mind found ihat ba hnd turned to tha
ritrht gnd becoma tasl ln tha arildarneoa
nf oomparathraly deoerted upper Broad
way. among half B hundred brllliantly
Pghted BhOW windows thal display.-d the
DSWeot motora known tO ihe auto tr.id"
This WOUld not do at aill So back he
turhed, awung IntO a side street. entered
;, iittie door, cltmbed ona tiicht of atalra
and aai hlmaelf <i>.\?n t.> llsten to tii"
thaatra f?dk off duty amualag thaan^J
CALVIN N. KENDALL.
jar-'.,.^ '??? "?tt
7HE REV. DR. LEMLEL H. MURLI
Belvea ainglng populai aonga lo one an?
other to the acoompanlmenl of h "i ":
gtng" pi'no .-md a tunaful vlolln. Tbi
Wise Ona glancad at tlu- menu, flngared
his ;,*i p. ? fectly g.i centa and ordered
a aandwlch, for whlch ba aavered him
BOlf from a <lim<-. Tlnn le- . vr.n ml- 11 d
he had forgotten t.? attiaad a i...<.k auc
lion and BBlS Of valuable paintings.
BV< ry time ln- had passed Ihe Btorefl h*
proinisi'i hlmaalf he would g*> back, and
ha bad aot Bul he consolad bbsiself
with tha aaga obaervatlon that you can
not tak.- in SVary fr.-e show .. !? >n^ the
Alsle of Maka Helleve ln ,,ne ||tll<- Mifjlit
of six siiort houra Bo ba ata his Band*
wi.h in eonti-ntment and whlled away
tlon tlma wati hlng Ibe pla rei i ..r
the Mag-- acl "i" tha catchy poags they
ung with laughlng t-yes und dancing
MISS M. W. ABDOTT
?i ,.!.. i v Han . i A Bwlna )
(-,,., bulf a doaen near-fatnoua authora talk
Bomebow ba could nol ata) Btlll. -l" " ?"< "hoH and three detectlvea looklng
oul he went again. and his Btraying feel for a quarn long wanted al lha Central
bore him I,, ti," doora ?.f a ramoua atl- Oltlc The WIbc Ona gaaed his nil at
nlght ra? where half th' well known thta advance guard of the army of the
ni. i, i.ni town wen t. found i" underworld. took a not her l*?-,, ,,, drink
theli boura of ease. There wen fam.i .nd yawi? ?' The buay huni of the even
bookaaahera bewalllng lha "d .?.ith blow'
il. .ili io tha ratalng of Bne lioraea li) ih
. i Mring of the raeetra , pr??n Im :it fur*
'< alcra bemoaning thx decn aa ln p
Ing had wan* <i i- rct pttbl). H" bv u ig
11 .. - b nging 'i -.I a oul a ard and a - nl
., . |nt< tl e nlghl
Tha ahop wlndowa were wlnklng oul
i?> thu rnlding of tha gambUng housasjone by ona and lha glowlng .signa o\ci
MISS EC'.TH BREVOORT,
MISS RUTH CARROLL,
o bi a me ;?..,. ?)
th. al ? ?? ? ntran ea wi re hla. k. Tha
couplea on the atree! walked aith hur?
rylng feet, and now and then a <!??<
golng laxl u'hlrred paat. The \\ laa one
quickened hla pa. ? Hi fell In hl -1 <
pockel nnd found RO cents, Qulte enoligh
for ' reakffl rt Bev. n houra crammed full
of entertalnment end < nly T<? centa gono
to Bwell the coffera of Mammon. Me had
been entertalned more royally than aa
though he had Bpent $1,000 almoat any?
where elae on earth. *?.l old BroaaV
way and good old boj wlth braau^fjBJl
Down ihe deaerted atreet the wipklng,
changlng, multl-colorcil algna w< ra alow -
'? v Inklng *"it. one b; one. V.'\ tl 'i
hour had I'ome and wlth ll the man
.ses up Ihe < In at P/l Ita Way.
"Tha halr aplltter has hla uaea," Judga
'?? n B Llndiej onca do. lared In bb ad?
di bb al a boya' Pourth of July plcnlo
|n Denver "Don't deepfee tha halr BpUt*
ter. There la uaually aoenetbtng In what
be s i.vs."
Judge l.indsey held np an orange.
"I once aaked a boy," he contlnued,
"whlch 'a- would rather have -. ne-half.
oi an orange or elght-slxteentha,
?? . m. hali.* he replled,
?-l amlled, for 1 thought I had him.
" ? \ ii I whj " T asU'-d.
" r..' .rn-..' aald be, 'uith the 8la>
teenths you would looe aearty all the
WHICH WOULD YOU PREFER?
B. Philllpa Oppenheim, tha Bovellst,
rondemned, ai a dlnner ln New Tork,
the traah) Hction thal finds bo ready i
aale among the nt *
"Mllton'a 'Paradlae Loat,'" ho aald.
"broughl iis author 123, end Defoe got
'in |25 for TJruaoo,' bul I kaow
Bovell i ?? traah seila ln edltlons
!>? nii figurca ami whoae Inrntnea par?
mii them i ? kepp yachta, motor cara and
ev en a?i oplanea."
Mr, Oppenheim amlled acornfully,
??The author of tha paat dled," ba said,
"btll his WoriU llVOd, Tlio author of to
day llvee, hut his worka dla."
FACT AND FANCV.
Bome women apend half thalr llvas ba
fore tha glasa and s..in,. i,u.n SIK.n,j na;f
th. Ira I- hin.i it
a ?... i Inatance of the rlght nrm la
tha rlghl plaea la a tiu taind at houio