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COLLEGE PROFESSOR TO ENTER
Noyes, British poet and professor
of English at Princeton university,
has gone to England with the idea of
entering the war. He says he may
do ambulance work.
PEACE MOVE SEEN IN REPORT
VON BUELOW WILL COME HERE
Prince von bulow
Prince Von Bueiow is mentioned
as a possible successor to Count von
Bernstorff , as German ambassador
Von Bueiow is regarded the most
astute diplomat in the kaiser's serv
ice. Since he left Italy, where he
represented Germany, he has spent
most of his1 time in Switzerland,
where he has been mentioned in con
nection with many peace rumors.
If he is sent to this country his ar- v
rival will be regarded in official cir
cles as the signal for a move by Ger
many toward peace, with the United
States as mediator.
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CANDIDATE. FOR FIRST LINE
TRENCH HE'S BRAVE
New York, May 31. Having given
the last pat to his white tie, Otto
Wiedenbaum, 29 years old, drew
back from the mirror Monday af
ternoon to let his. wife admire his
high silk hat.
He smiled at her as she nursed
their .seventh child, three days old.
"I should look my best," 'he said.
"It is only proper. I go to the wed
ding of a man I know very well."
Which was no lie, for the man was
himself. He had obtained a- license
to marry Miss Amelia Gnipewich, 25.
To oblige her he had changed his re
ligion from Jewish to Catholic.
The.wedding party gathered in St.
George's Greek church on 7th st at
12:30. At 2:45 Wiedenbaum was at
the altar clasping the hand of Miss
Gnipewich, whose bridal veil was sup
ported by a floral crown. Relatives
were arourfd her and there were fully
150 other persons in the church.
The priest was nearing the cere
mony's end when down' the aisle
marched Mrs. Bessie Rock, aunt of
Wiedenbaum's wife, and her three 9'
daughters. Also in the party was
Isador, Wiedenbaum's 11-year-old
"Stop the wedding!" cried Mrs.
Rock. "This man has a wife and
children a bushel of them! Only
three days ago came another boy."
. "Wretch!" shouted ilielhxee .Misses