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IB. PANKHURST, JAILED
KIM, ?FIANT ?E1 militant Leader Is Rearrested While on Her Way to Weekly Suffragette Rally. VVILL AGAIN REFUSE FOOD Women Try to Rush Prison as Gates Open to Receive Her ?Still in 111 Health, She Says. London. Msy It lira Kinmellne Punkr.?.:?-? f the n Itant suf ?tfettel * igsln in Hnlloway fat '?' ft~ ted I . having, In the -i ' ' " suthoriti'is, surTl fjf-Qt i her h? -??th to ?rar? rant h<-r serving another period ol K-tr Imprisonment Mr?. not >u- T - v\hen arraigned at the | n-t-,' ; '? I? lared vehement? ?v that Bhe ?'ould ?continus her hui itrlke unt:l she died or the government cave ? when the gate?- of Holloway Jail openeii to recelv? her a sr-ore <?f milt? tant*? IT ?'1 to rush thp prison, and thf* warders I 1 difficulty In prevent in?*: them ft ?m entering with th? i for h ne time they remained outside, ihoutir.g. We will keep on Agi until we s Mrs. ' was released from Holloway Jail on license on April 12, The House of Commons new liw this yesr. dubbed bj the pi.ffr.?. (fttf- ? and mo -, er mlttlEg r he prison authorities to re? 'lease BUffrsgettes s-iffering from lbs Sff8??ts of "hinger strike" and nt th* end of 8 fhort period to rearrest them without -warrant and make them serve th? rema i 1er of their original sen? tence. .Mrs. F'ankhurst's llrense released her for fourteen days, but it was then ex squencs of her f ? ? e condit!?n. Her ability to leave the. house *?? h< re she had been convalescing was apparently epted by the au? I her com] ??i health. When she was arrested Mrs. Pank hurs" it to enter, in r >m? pss* with h? r hostess, i>r. Ethel gm-ih. and a nurse, an automobile be? ng to the Women's Social and Po ktksl I'nion, in which she was gomg ? ths weakly meeting of militant "rtranizatii.n. During the police court hearing she mad?- m long statement t<> ths magis? trate to the effect that her health was the msglsti . to take h? r view "f the ease. Two militan) dur? ig i ? night l? . ? inks at Bt \ndrewj. and bo interfere with the o] ? ning "t play to*day for the am? ati-ir golf championship of the world. Th?- ?-omen approached the seven? teenth <?? ? ? *, 1 rever, they I by ths night guards. sho have ?been on duty li sble by some of mil;- ? ?ne of the won it the other was ra:^ I S was liberated, however, after t? . and Has not handed over to NEW YORK ARCHITECT LECTURES IN LONDON Thomas Hastings Predicts to Co-Workers the Dawn of a Modern Renaissance. . 7 Thomas Hastings, Mow of ths American Instil n mod? pn architecture at the Royal Institut?* of Br ? Architects Hs I In Am? ril a I 1 with the fact that they had not an srehitecture of their own and "* . as he empl ?si of a Btyls "f srehiti ?hlch ? ths spirit of the Ige, Mr. Hsstlngs prophesied thai the ? oms when ar would ted in th? ' ? own time and ex| I the belief that we should ons day r? ? Joice in ths dawn of a modern n * - ? hlch we sh? ? he ar- j ng new problems and j ; the honest an?! nat- | tment of new material an?l j f,*r.ditlons. ' S. Attman Se (?0. The New Blouses for the Summer season, representing: the most advanced ideas of the leading: designers in Europe and America, are now being shown in the Women's Blouse Department. Includedaredainty B'ouses of Sheer Batiste, Net, Lace, Voile, the plain and fancy Cotton Crepesand wash? able Crepe de Chine; also smart Blouses of soft washable Silk for outing and traveling wear. Imi) Anrnuf, %4t% an* 3jti. Strrr??., Km ?Jork. WHITE HOUSE VISITOR PRAISES EX-HUSBAND Mrs. Sarah McDonald Sheridan Will Go on with Work and Says Divorce from In? valid Will Make No Difference. "The world's SOfTOW Is much moi* |-n I'Ortant than my own." sakl lira Sa*af. McDonald Sheridan, singer, ???..-i:?! ?a irk er and founder of the ? ni-w Nati..nal Fireside M remen! " In an Interview >. s refardlng it.. which i-er husband, < "hart? ? Bherl Ian, oto -;i! ?!.l.,, !-.-i a .s.? In. wife ?ras unwilling to live ?Britta him l" i "it is true thai | o go became il I? .i\-.- my work her?," sh. "eld "II w. live for >??? scl. w< for i he ??? ? If a ?roman ll**es for the o irld ihe i I t>e economically in? Mrs. Sheridan lias just r.-turtifii from a - ent's tamil) si the White House Mi ? ?\ laoi fo be? n it?- friend, 11 I Mlsi Mai - ? Wilson Is working with her In ad? rig the "National Fir ? ? to il?-.? ? v ntres ol wholesome social life foi young men and. ? roted her ?enrice, having fore? ? ? is for the of nun an?) women. ?i working, loo." *he said il her home, at So rk At ?. o'clock she ??? ttle Kirl in whom she had Interested herself Bui ? ? she gave to the In? terview, even | "'it her dinner, she felt, a? she said, that she ... ?? her rea? sons for ai ? - i ich an unusual attl? '. ninrrlaxe. Divorce to Make No Difference. ??The separat) b of thii dlvoros wll *- . nee In my life," si e - ??Tt is only an Incident, ?ml i -?hall con? ? ? . in. 1 shall always he Mr. Sheridan's ?If? I nee thla calamity ha? come i shall ui lias it for great ei BOT el? e to th. world We ii...i been cpmradea '? r twenty-flv? \<ars, he HH a painter and 1 as a singer ?.-' t. ? .nuil, ?ting o a i ..-'?. ?.. ' he tamil ? ??r at tli* hk.' >.f twenty ?two <? ? I ? H?. ; i..- moth? r ..; tu '. .it t i ? - i and .-ne ?,n:r ..f deal hands was noi desir? .1 t.. t.. Ip h.. <i up :.i?-. as It was n< to live up standard ? hi- ?. he requli ed, not onlj for ouri but foi dren "Mr Sheridan, because of an all of hla eyes, went W? ' I' eras Imrosalble for me t" folloa cause my clientele ?xas in the 1 that ?I?- exigencies of his life have made ii in ? to serre by hli 1 could not bring m self tu cast ? ? meleno. i ? ainc? ? ? ?.-man?? .hi'-. I her aid l a .! If] ? ? inomlc all nation \v ? smi|)'\ th< -. ictlms .-f social "Although I !??>'. | \. ? i ,? ohetacles In the vva ? ' - ?? g a dl? 'ont ?ould be a v lolatlon of nil m ..' lifi Feeling that .i man has a rlcht lo affirm hia own life, inj desire Ii io con? tribute in ever*, ?m to htfl Her Rel.gion Is to Help. "Every on? not only 1o assert hi? own well being, Mil ? und him "lly Ti.-iicion :?. to bring help to real? !7.e the poi which hav? ? manifest, an i by F.K-ia! servies release mankinds potentla s? 1. ri.lor "T believe in upholding fan ? and the fin-Shi wit h the best welfar? * ? - n?sd I have waited until m> husband - ?i a position to have me Joli ?'?' has ne\. r lustlfled It. I I put into the woi ? 4 ? the s> mpathj i ? SCOTT'S BODY TO RES Will Not Be Removed from t Cairn Near South Pole. Msy ft So effort Is ? - to ?iisuirl? ths bod of ? 'apt I I'. S'ott. nor tli?>?-f of the her ?ho died ? ? .-turninc fr the expedition to the South Pole. l< Cursor? made this snnouncement to-? at the annual meeting: of the Roys! <* ? ty, When the po. let ?? "I to the w doWS I of i ?r. ?Edward a. w ?on ?i- I ? ' th? surviving members of I expedition ?'.ves of the dead* men. <'f ? ? rsrd A. r\ von. Lleutenanl H. R Flowers, Capti I?. K. <i. Oates and ; ; the imar i ?iie that the recovery of ths bod! TO SUPPRESS SEDITION French Government Raids La bor Confederation Offices. : ? ? ?. a Uon wi gov? i nmenl again I . ?*n ? K ? :.? I the Oeneri Confederation of Labo Labor ?? In Parts and all the provlncU ? ? were i iplsd bj tin- poUca All th documents found in th? bureaus ?er nt, Whi' Int? nds te 01 tlon ti f recent demonstra smong ths soldisra sgafhst th newly l ? sri tei m o ..riny. : the police weri ? areful .:..! ths ? ?. ... sting ma. i? i ?ni ?ai I o tad NEW TAXES "FOR FRANCE Moving Pictures and Electric Lamps to Furnish Revenue. Mai varied inter? ests ar?- affeeted ? s scl BOM of fresh taxation proposed by thS >?? Min? of Finance, Charles Dumont, in order to provide foi the ? . >: ,,f ch armaments M Dumont explained ? to the Budgel ' 'omn Itte? of ths if Deputies tl si he Intended to make an addition of i p- r ??'tit to the 2 per cent slresdy chsrged upon new for? r-iiMi upon the market In I'ln- ?r^e '2 Cents upon ? hg pi? lure him snd one* half of i per cenl on m i i I rs I ments lnstea?l of one-quarter of l I present A grest number of increase? |n ? and llqu *t and the nti on of sn electric lamp ? - so wnttjmplstsd. RIOT IN BERLIN TO SEE PRINCESS'S BRIDAL ROBES Hatpins, Fingernails, Teeth and Parasols Used by Excited Modistes and Others. |B) . at,:.- to Tl ? Berlin Ms ?' '.' ?wet a Itnessed nga i iring 1 hlbltion Of i"r:n- ? ? Vi i ? bridal root g and tl g presents ? ? hfl Museum ol *?;?! II? d Art To the dreaa of "Prii am," titled ladies urn] modlat? ? ' er and virtus lore 1 fn-ni one ?n,,. -.. ? p aervea had lo be ? <-ai!.-.l t.. ? der after . ha gn< ?! for upward of an houi The ezpoaltlon of the I pi r 1, coll? <?' "ii ol w m, derful gifts di??? i i i that a hi h Oiled th? ''??n Linden f..r Baturda Rel . ? omen, under ? of feminine <-u: ; BVelop? mili? tancy ?*. hlcta at on? tint? endani,*? ri'iK tl..- Ilv? of othei Hat? pins, fingernails, t.<*h and The officiai* of the muaeum wer? sppa ? The manager rushed to his telephone nnd r ar lited on the run. and th? . had lo t he building before ? n ' omba tanta E blamed "ths other woman " The worst j o*f. nd? rs were ? mp oyes ? f I he I lona ble modi I? Tl ? ?, which was the Kaiser's own orlg id* h. closes to-morrow afternoon Ths minus!. ? ar>- < gger In get in bridal raimen) from I und lingerie of th.- ?\ ? ; daughter. 'run. is short. The) all wan! I toilets at on?.- and mono] 1 i , That start? U'lun ?h.- police t? ok . harg? of Ihe uation they enforced ihe Sea fork traffic rule, "Keep Mot Ins, " ?*> III d gnanl snoi I - and much reluctanc?, t h<- ladi. B mot '-'I The manage! of ths muai im waa at one time fearful for tin? safety of the priceless Imperial belongings left In charge. While the police were on the ?.i > hs mads i.n Imp ileloned -i ? t i. t,. the combatants, appealing to them t.? rond id themseh ea In a lad; Ilka ? Tin v t.,..k do! the leaal notl? e of him, . ontlnulng ths struggle ? Ith even greater \ iK"> until lbs police swept them from ihe hall No arreets were made, as ths excitement waa ascribed j to "patriotic f.r\<>r." An appeal Is being made to Kalter to have the ezpoaltlon continued through Ihe real ol the week, so thai as many as poaalble can see the troua- | aeau ?n't gifts without having lo fight i for ? gllmpee o? them, Plentj of ?>" a .ii i.e on hand to-moi row to pi ? vent ?*, repet?! Ion ol to-ds i b enea The Bngtiah Kuir and Queen will main in ?'.?-rmany fol1 h few d ii ni/r-r. \ is; 11 ri? friends and relatl To-day was Queen Mary's forty-alxth birthdaj. She 11 lebrat? d it partly in Berlin and parti* al Neu-Strelltz. \t the s. hif.ss Emperor William and Bra prcas Augusta ?Victoria offered Ih? .r congratulatlona nm] gifts ut ths fam? ll> inn. h? i.o Kaiser William has geni to the hunt? ing lodge at Hub*Mrtueetoch ? welcome wedding present t.. bis neu son-in-law, Prince Brneat, of Cumberland Ha baa advam*ed the prtn? e t., a i aptaitv -. in the 8d Regiment of ZeHhen Hussars. Tin- prince won his hist lieutenancy when his betrothal waa announced TO GUARD NATIONAL SECRETS German Government Would Imprison Those Who Publish Certain News. Ho Un, Mai M Tl S gOV? I has aent t.. the Relehatag a Mil making the punishment mo., severe for the betrayal of militan secreta a new* feature of the proposed legislation provMaa for penalties f.,r the publk Htior, of nesrs win. h ....(?ht to he kept ?erret In the interest of na? tional ?If f? i > Imrriaonnient for life is threatened where the ?e.-ret revealed blVOIVM great danger to the emplr.. 'HT CHASE GIS W encore lo mm Yankees' First Baseman W Wed Miss Anna M. Cherurc Saturday or Sunday. TROUBLE OVER LICENS Baseball Player and Bride-T Be Forgot to Take Divorce Papers with Them to Jersey Citv. "Hsl i liase, first baseman <>f i N?-? *i orh fank? ? i, ol >> hi? h i luh ?' as -i ?? lime manager, and Idol ol li?.>t of "for,"." Is going t.. bs marri in. Identallj. lu* n si name Harold H ? "h -? ' i .i -. sdmltted at ths ? lo.f t !" f ? ? n his t? am snd B II yesterds) a ftern mn thsl he a slly going to ventur? igaln on the mi i Imon ?? ? Fis said thai ? ?l from Philadelphia,' s here i Tanks? play to-morrow, he woi t? man I? I in Jers? jr ? ill i t?. M Iss Ai ?i ? :h< rurg, of Xo IS Woat 119 m. The mai ? - ? ? take place prob bl* on Saturday nlghl or Sunday, f n ill I'.'i r.-tiirn In this eltj un S iturds' ' '1 as had a little dlfflcul in obtaining the marriage licent When he wenl t.. the City Hall In Je M ?? snd sski d ? 'it rk Reilly for ... he dlsi o\ ?-i. ?! thsl he did n have ; ' i ..f Ihe divoi fi "m his fir?? i? if,. >? m h him ?'hase ami Mis- Cher irg were plain oui by their failure to get ? | sine? th? ball pi due si the Polo Oro ind ? al ?'? o'< kx ? sng? ?I with his flsni ?'?? lo rstu to Jeme" City with the necessary p ; ? r ??? ' plsylng Aral Miss Cherurs who la twenty-f old -ni.i i verj pi etty bran? i i.:-. .,? :\ o'cio, ami on presen tins rtll ' . ? ? egeri h'a ordi r of April : n ting M granted. Th? ?? Cherurj ii ried to M 1 Oi nds In an sutomol was sltth on the home team's bench si ths tlm ng was sll rl| ' of I" i.? "ii i *h< i ,t g, I St. Msi ! ? his home In H ? . ? bride?! her brothel I, id?d| h < 'hi i i ,\ Talk. \' of Mil t th? h?r brother. N I West ! strse last nil t the hotlSl ? lis s has m the roui t ., ? of th?- ???ni} . in..nt alimony I'has? ? ed of an si ? ? Mli ? ,i bli ? ? ing "ornan" i I'nde ? ? GREAT HEAT IN LONDON Midnight Almost as Hot as Da; ?81 Degrees Recorded. , . .. ? ? rltlsh capll i ? : ng in h? si m in ? eop ? swoke having igh the warmes _?"..-? This n i ? la an extraordli ? present period ?>f .?*? ir?n?- westhei gti temp?r;''urea Th* " u..< ??I during tl ?,i? to Monds*, tins hat Ing beei ed In Ms ? during th? last seventy-three years L ? >? on Ms) ?Jl. 1847. ..n.I May 28, 1841 'i he warmest night ?preceded th? t ?lay Sin? 8 .1 ??'? 18 1 ISl fOI ? . ids t< mpsrature in L?ondon j ta .?.I H\, and 111? r. Wen BU f than ten ho ira of sunshine, At Wor< ? i i-i so wsa registered. Ths hott? t Ms-, dsj ?.n record 1880, siso Ma) -''? when ths tempera ture was ST1-.-. Thunderstorms ars sx? pected m i ,,M es, followed by i oolef i.:..-t svenlni Ibunder storms and livid lightning and torren? tial ram broke over the town of Iron Bridge, m Bhropsl The he,,t has Sll '-.???y ? 'aim? ?I ? ? I Si I !? t .m... U. S. MEAT IN LONDON Trust Said To Be Stronger There than Ever Before. i...!,,i,,.i. M.,. ?. George Collins, chair? i,, ,ti ol the London ? o? poratlon i attle - i 'ommlttee speaking si l i mittee'.? han'|ii?'t to-night, said thai ths ramifications of the American meal trust were strongsr In London nos than ever before The altustlon. he added, s is dlf? tuiiit to combat, but the corporation was quits sllvs to ?ts Importance, snd pos? slbly legtalstlon would bs lavoked, if sa failed, t.? circumvent tho m.-1 bods of t bs i nu I o FRENCH EYES ON PANAMA Ways of Utilizing the Canal Studied in Paris. Pan.? Msy M -The QUSStlon of what the I'l.iih government is doing to Ins prove us w.si Indian port? in view of the opening of the Pananas canal was rai?e?i in ti,.- g?nate to-daj bj ?Senator Henry Bersngsr, of Ooadeloup? Me as I that although France began the ? uiuii a tul made it poaaibls for ths Lfaltsd omplsta it it Bsesssd a? though l't.. n.-,. would profit from It least of all the countries The Minister Sf the ?'olonle?. Isnstor ?lean More!, r? piled that the Freti'-h gOV? BITimsnl WSa Miid.lng the ?piP?tlon of boa to utilize the ranal for French cni nr.ei ? The Senate thereupon adopted an ex. pie??ion of confidence that the Franch governmsnl weuM proossd ?mi the v,??t posalMs delnv ??ith the improve ment of the West Indian ports. I f W- &-^??mee\?*t ?aavaaaaw 7 aal ?g&> Jf*V ?^??*^^^**WP *ajT*?*?**?. ^ "..S*? PjB\ I T^aaan ??**' ~ *???M4 ' Jaai l^?fllf? : HSaa^r^a-Blaw TaV a?aaaa! I' > ?HAL' 'M ?SB, OF THB ?/ANBEI Who i- ' .n NO REAL PIE IN LONDOIN Ice Cream Is Sloppy, Sav Tris? Boys, and Girls Are Scarce. Londn Ma -' f. I? e ei earn amo ? binara a us the sub ? cnmm? ' ' ? at? i ?. !?'- t he ; American cadets, who ;?r>- leaving tl Bit for a si -.- paris on their way t.. Australia. "Where's the cream? Where'a t! the flavor?" ? "Gli ?? me a grain of 'Frlaco h s to ton of ?/our Mil'., taatelesa, slopi aaid another. "In London j our I? s ' ream third, ? Is horrible I'm on the ? \ m. ? i. an pie, 01 pie of any sort so loi t you Londoners knn ? pasti - ' i don't mean tl flimsy, maudlin stuff you get lai yol with son - m. grip. 1 haven't seen of an? sort sin. ?? l have been in Eng :.-i critli is.-.l London ? ? and another comment! strongl oi th? ? irclty of girl J. H. SCHIFF~MISQUOTEC Declines to Give Interview Af ter Unfortunate Experience. Ion, May 26 Ja ob H B< hill n : to London to ds ? after a via ? - Ernes) I mel The Tr:i bune lent, to a bom he ha ? v He said: ?| am sorry I to I reak m il i have had s mosl un Last week i a > by the repi ratal New 1 rspapi r to gp s an Inter tu : : ? ? ? : rid the nezt day m i firm m New Tot me git Ing th :.f m. ? ' purported ti ? git .n b) m*- h* T?. and ask " ,*? ? : ? ?!. denying th? Into n les ring l had s.?n no r.|i..ri?-r here ? f. el i must de? line to gtv? ? bune an inter' lea bb H m -*h v.?-w York to be anothei ? | ?orrj to set ? pat ui '.- r bu? ii it . Imputation " Mr. Bchifl ? thi Ma in :.. \t Satur la REBELS LOOT AMERICANS i Anti-Foreign Feeling Spreading Among Mexicans, i ngton, Ma) :?? ? d? Id? I ai ti? ed In Mexico ? ? i . , t.. I B se i ? ?- i i ? ; ? i i 'i if. governments . .in nimbi- or un? tiling \ '??'-, *. ths rlclnltj ..f Tamp co, ? bile Indlff. r-n. - toward for? to be a Id? spit ad. R? and i . . .i rit.it;.- ,,; ? numerous r?-??? >r t- .-f . ? Ing received by the Department ol State Americans are fleeing from the d - rtlnga Many of th? refugee? ami unable to leave Mezl i- .use of this I ? , Red Croes the A met Icai i Tarn pi. o to apend I..."', foi ti b trans]. of n. ei-, Ameileans t-. Qalveston. it Is m ?... ?? poited that s nea pint ? ? ?? p'l-i nment has bean dli ered al Tampico The military authori? al? b I ed ten men and m ni them to V? inboat Railroad and tel? gi aphic con i - has been ? .f th.- plot i.i a not , re. slved JURY BILLS PASSED BY JERSEY SENATE Chancellor-Sheriff and Fielder Measures Adopted ? House Agrees to Latter Proposal. CALL PRESIDENT MONARCH Debaters in Bitter Exchanges Style Him Woodrow Wilson the First-Weak Record for Special Session. [ H> Telegraph t<? Th? 1 rll.iine 1 Trenton, May M The Chancellor-thstlff reform bill with Its macl me mads referendum psssed the g?nate i,,, a strict | vote of u to 9 ;a?>i evening and la noa in the hand- ?if the i.overnot It ? a i passed m the midst of confusion sad m least ?me reference wss ma.ie t.? Pr< H .lent uns.,n as a monsrch. Senator M ,n -'n th-? long sough) ?> ilstor from ?hi?v - X, was in his se.,t mid this liiif ih? Democrats the necessar? rotes to pass the hybrid mea?.ire. The CHaneellor-SheiIff measure i? the compromise agreed u> by the President. it did not psss th" Senate, however, until ItOra Nichols and MgS, RspubilCSSJS had engsged in a rttriollc debate wirh tor Davis the Democratic leader. Presiden! wii?..n s name was Frequently! Sged int.? the argument bj Senator I Nichols, wh.? referred to the Pr?sident as ? Woodroa Wilson the First. Benatoi Nichols was merciless m his' criticism ?.f the hm and of the ?President Sei itor Dsvts accused certsin R?apublicss i tors of trying to hit the Pr?sident could ell .er In the oiw-n or by subtle thrust-. H- chlded tie He !? iblli SOS ,.i."it the ol?l hoar.I of guar? dian^ and ..'?? used them of having been di n for twenty years. ' It was Uoo.lt-,iw Wilson, ' h" ?aid, ( 'who drOVS these VUltUrSS OUt of the IS House I a'lmlt that some members "f ths Democratic machine were ?inven | out with them, but the?,? w? re the'In* fluencss thai worked with them." Berates Wilson's Enemies. Senator Dai i stts -..'i ?he smith Kugenl machine The ?-ame influence?." ! h-> H?l?l?.|. that were driven out by Presl - -i, ha* ? ? "-ne brt'-k to slop r.-ai i.i > refoi m ' Martin, tie gmlth?Nugent leader ?in th?- Assembly, wsa in the Bsnsts ? ham-j I ber Issl evening when Senator Davis msds I'i" SbOVS attack, and when the S.n.it.- tOOh a recess h? ?hook hi? flnuer a' - .? Democratic leader, teiiinu him he I ii',''- him a tongUS lasnlng before the nigh I was over it "i Read, the i lender, re ? i to M.e t>ii! a? a makeshift, and prs ? . that as S rsSUlt of its passa**? - MS w... I he abolished. Sena? tor Edge ni>"ke of th. bill a ? a svbtsr? lent'a fa? ? \\ ?> msy almost be ready to turn th'? nment Into a monarch) or ? king? dom under Woodrow Wilson the Kir?- or ? Woodi .w \". lis? i. i is Second." bs ??m rsp "f the ?ravel prevented turn fr..m t,'..:nir further. After S long conference on the takln?; ' up of other measures the Senate passed i the Kleider bill, giving Supreme <"onrt Justices supervisor* powers over J-irtes drawn by the Sheriff Plve Republicans - ? i.-, of Bases; Edge, of Atlantic; Nichols, of Cumberland; Smalley, of Son? u i Leavltt, of Merest roted *ith TbS V'.te WSS 15 t?) 3. .Mr. Fie:,|.-r, the introducer, carefully refrained from voting for ?t. so that there i be no doubt as to Its constitution? slltj The acting Governor voted for the scellor-Sbeiiff bin. and the probabtl? that tins nssasurs win be taken to ..i' on th.- ground that Mr. Fielder I Ml I ts fir a bill as a Senator and BlgB It u? Go SI IHMT. if the contsntlon thst the Shertff?Chan? is unoonstituttonsl I , ? : n Will be created Whereby the jury hi.i favored to. the President will been knocked out, snd the oni> ? ,ry ? reform t.. rea? h the statut, books win be I thai ??"!?.ted snd introduced b) Qovss** .. der POPE ENJOYS SUNSHINE Takes Air for Half an Hour in the Vatican Gardens. Rome, Msj .'?'? Por the hist time ?ino? M t 18 Pops enjoyed the sunshine to-day in th.- Vstlcsn gsrdens, whs remslned for half a;, hour. The Vatican ., oyes, learning ti.-r the l'ope had left apartments, hastened t.. render blm ige Patber John Hagsn. formerly of <;eorge town Observstorj and sow Dtrabtor of th- V'stl an Observstory, greeted the Pontiff m the nsms I the Scientific In? stitu? on, and ths Pops Inquired hs t?> the progr ss of the celestial ?hart on which Pathei llagen has been working for ? ? i" I - --????- FOUNDED 1856 LZ. "'-3 BROKrWBROTHERS MENS & BOYS'CLOTHINCHATS & FURNISHINGS i ?????-*?aaa-aa?-? A well ?roomed man is never so different in his dress as to be eallcd extreme. To conform to the .spirit of the times and still show individuality is his aim. We always avoid extremes but our clothes confer that distinction which comes from refinement of design and the careful blending of style, pattern and cut. Every type of figure has been provided for in our present showing of Spring Suits and Over? coats and we have selected only such materials as are adapted to the styles we have made up. Unlimited choice of Spring Suits $18 to (42 Astor Place &. Fourth Avenue SUBWAY AT THE DOOR-ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY CM s|.?. , . .I in.*? . . .IlililJ i? 8TERLINO THE GORHAM CO. Silversmiths fust about now the calendar ?*iv>: "Cet ready to buy some? thing fur the bride." ftme i? close by. June mean? bride?, bride?; mean presents and present?; mean perplexity. In the first place, you are busy. Then, doubtless, you have only a sketchy i?lca <-f what you'd like to ?-end. You only know you want something ?t ftr?t quality and suggestive ol personal thought an<l taste The more discriminat? ing you are. the more you are at sea. The Gorhani Company ?wfl! ?ave von all this perplexity. Its 82 vcar?' experience as silver? smiths fixes it? reputation for quality. Its brilliant staff of de? signers as?ures originality and variety. And it ha? a staff of ex? perts in the ?tore who are men of ta-te and experience. Their mis? sion is to save you time and worry. They are right up to the minute in all that pertains to ?.il vercraft and present giving. They get your idea in few words, and are able to ?'iggc?t just the kind of article you want, fitting your purse as well as your needs. It i? the principle of efficiency applied to gift buying. You have the help of a specialist in making your selection. You have his t.''??c and knowledge to supple? ment yours. X?i branch of the Corham busi? ness ha? been given more careful Study. That is. because wedding gift selling is so large an item in the ? iorham business. Quality is the first requirement in a wedding gift : after that, ap propriateness. Niumberless gar? rets are tilled with badly selected presents. A haphazard choice of fine quality is bad?an inappro? priate gift of interior quality is in excisable. To undertake to describe indi? vidual articles would be hke at? tempting t.? particularize each blossom in a flower garden. The range and variety are without end. The articles are in gol?l, in silver, in bronze. !".;r practical use you can hard? ly excel the chest of silver a? a present for the bride. Especially i- ?i appropriate from the family . r close friends. You can easily, choose a gift more magnificent, but hone that will be more prized in the long run. h serves as a renter around which the tabla service grows. The Gorhani sup? ply of silver chests i? complete. You can get them in almost enu less variety, si/es, shapes and ar? rangements and at almost all prices. The chests are made i'l mahogany and oak?you can take your choice. And each one i?. made by a first-class cabinet maker. What s,.rt of a present would this chest make for a bride? 12 Tea Spoons, 12 Dessert Spoonj, 6 Tai)!?- Spoon?. 12 Table Forks, 12 |)cs-.frt Fork?, 12 I)e?.?ert knives. 12 Medium Knur?, S-piecc Canring Set, 12 Soup Spoons, 12 Coffee Spoons, 12 Oyster Fork?, 12 Htitter Spreader?-. Making 131 pieces in the Norfolk design for $227.00. That i? only one. The prices of .?thers range from $32 for the chc?t containing 20 piece?, all the way to $2,665 for the one contain in- 80] pieces. I merely mention these in pas? ?ng. You may want to give some? thing different, say. for instance, a fruit bowl, a pair of candlesticks, B water pitcher, a vase, or, maybe, a tea or coffee service. In the way of a tea service, you cant improve on the 5-piece Plymouth design at the price? $105. A present like that would make any bride hapnv. Fifth Ave. and 36th St. 17-19 Maiden Lane.