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G nsAtion In New York-Pictur
e cene Inside the Church, Riots
,he marriage of Miss May Goelet,
! daughter of Mrs. Og<en Goelet
one of the richest of American
...esses, to Henry John Innes-Ker,
th Duke of Roxburghe, was
emnized on Tuesday at St.
omas Church, New York, Bishop
Iliam C. Doatie, of Albany,
isted by the Rev. Ernest M.
es, of St. Thomas Church, per
ning the ceremony.
conipa' of two hundred and
y guests, a small number for an
ternational marriage of such im
ortance, witnessed the ceremony,
but masses of palms, shrubs and
flowers banked the church so effec
ively that the great nave seemed
Afar from empty. In the chancel
itself, where the ceremoAy took
1place, palms, Japanese chrysanthe
Pmtums and English primroses were
combined in an artistic color
scheme, with which the orchids on
the 'pulpit and the lillies about the
altar toned beautifully.
THE BRIDAL PROCESSION.
Forming in the outer vestibule of
1 the church, the bridal party pro
ceeded down the aisle to the chai
cel steps, the bride on the arm of
her brother, Robert Goelet. She I
was gowned in white satin veiled
with point valenciennes lace and 1
trimied with wreaths of orange t
blossoms. Her veil was of tulle and 1
she carried an old-fashioned bouquet
of lilies of the valley. The maid of
honor, Miss Beatrice Mills, and the
other pridesnaids, Lady Isabel
ines-Ker, Miss Martha Johnston,
Miss Alice Babcock, Miss Marian t
Haven, Miss Therese Iselin, Miss
Nina Thayer, of Boston, and
Miss Patiline Whittier, wore gowns
of pink iousselinc de soie of the
quaint and effective Louis Seize
period, combined with ecru lace,
toques of pink velvet and sable.
The ushers, Hugh Baring, Howard
Brassey, Robert Wharton Goelet,
Rogers Winthrop, Henry Bull and
William Woodward, did not pre
cede the bridal party, as customary,
but were seated before the bride
THE SERVICE AT THH, ALTAR.
At the chancel steps the bride
was met by the Duke and his best
man, the Hon Reginald Ward, son
of the late IEarl of Dudley, and the
b)etrothal service of the Protestant
Episcop)al Church was read by Mr.
Stires. The pairty thien adlvanced
to the altar rail, where the Epist-o
p)al marriage cerenmonyv was said by
A fterwards the Duke and Dunchess
went to the home of Mrs. Ogden
Goelet, on 5th avenue, whlere an
informal reception, to wvhich only a
p)art of the wedding guests we're
bidden, was held.
The D)uke and Duchess left th:
Goelet residence in a carriage, to
which at the last moment a long
white streamer wvas attached by the
ushers, and drove to tihe grand
Central station, where they entered
a private car attachled to the five
o'clock express for Newport.
THiE RIOTl IN TIHE STPREETV5.
Fifth avenue iln the vicinity of
tihe church was the scene, before
and doiiing the Ceremony, ofecx
cit emnent and( disorder unpilaralelledl
at alny of tihe p)revious great wed
dings in New York. From thme
church to the Coelet residenlce.ai
dlistanlce of five b)locks, the avenne
w~as a surging mob, n1tnrig fully '
mten, whlomi a force of 200 p)olice-I
menCi was powe(rleto hold 1111in
Before the service began sev'eral
hundred women gained entranice to
the church and seated themselves in~
the galleries from which they were
forcibly disloriced1 by a sqad ,.f 1)
lice a few inlilutes before the arrival
Df the bride.
When the carriage containing the
bride-to-be and her brother, Robert
Goelet, neared the church, it was
surrounded by women who stop
ped the horses and, in their efforts
to see the bride, clung to the car
riage, some of them getting on the
steps and thrusting their heads into
the open windows. Mr. Goelet
2alled to the police, but it was some
toments before the half dozen
policemen who rushed to the rescue
were able to drive the curious
women back and enable the car
riage to proceed.
MORIC CURIOUS THAN DECcNT.
When the carriage of Mr. and
Urs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, which
,vas just ahead of the bride, reached
:he canopy leading from the curb
:o the church, the crowd of women
anked up twenty-five feet on either
side, rushed frantically forward,
:arrying the solid lines of police
nen with them and for a moment
:hoked the entrance. They were
orced back only again to rush for
Nard when the bride's carriage
Irove ip. By this time, policemen
roin other points had been collected
here, but in spite of them a group
)f half a dozen women stooped down!
nd lifted the canvas of the canopy
ind crawled part wa v under. They
lunig to their positions iotwvithl
;tanldinlg the efforts of the police to
)ll themu away, and several of
hen managed to keep thcir heads
inder the canvas until the bride
lad passed up.
On the 53d street side fifteen well
Iressed women crawled down into
L coal hole leading underneath the
:hancel. They could not see any
hing, but they could hear what
vas going on above. Policemen
lad to get in and drive them out.
Four hours after the ceremonies
'iftli avenue was still crowded with
:tirious women, many of whom were
aden with spoils from the church
lecorations, for after the invited
,uests had left, the mob crowded
nto the church, and before they,
-ould be stopped the church was
lespoiled of many of the floral dec
CONSTABLE IN MORE TROUBLE.
Engineer of (he Charleston County
Jail Has Grady Arrested for
Charleston, Nov. 10. -Dispen
;ary Constable Grady is in mnore
rouble, having been arrested this
lnorling onl a w~arrant, swortn out
>y J. A. Gleason, the enginecer f
he county jail, who alleged t hat
Gradly assaulted him yeste rday
ifternoon. Gdirady is said to have
ittacked Gleason because thie latter
mad charged that Grady and H-oy
,vere locked upl "like cattle'' ini the
ail on Saturdayv and Sunday.
31leason denies that lie had mtadle
much a statement to any one. As a
natter of fact, the constables were
tot ill-treated, butt, on the contra
-y, were treated well by (lie jail an
:horities during their brief confiie
ntent by order of the United States
:ircuit court. Grady will b)e giveni
prel imnary heariing tomorrow.
We wvould like to ask, through thie
'oannums of your laperu, if t here 1s anuy
>erson? who has used1 I Green's dugust
"lowver for the (lure of Ind igest ion,
Dys Ieplsia, anad i vr Ta'lroub 1les 11hat, has
lot been'i cured( andl we also me(an thel(ir
'esumlts, suchl as sour stomnieh. I(ermen'l
.ationi of food, hiabitual cost iveniess,
iervous lV~II 1 dypesa eadaches, l 1don
lenit feel ings, sl#epiessnetss. in tnett
my trouble connected with the stom'
mreh or liver? TIhuis miedIicine has been
o1(1 for many year's in all civilized counm
ries, and( we wish to1 corretspdond with
ou( andI sentldI 0u on of ourII book(s fret'
di cost. If you never tried A ugust
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maye neve'r knowyn oIf its failing. If so,
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>een mntroduced this year. Regular
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mai & Son.
G. G. GREE'N. Woodbhny N. j
slo[u O0 Sale!
Going out of business
by January 1, 1904. 1
offer my stock of
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