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Realities in England
.T ENGLISHMEN CARE ABOUT AND WHAT THEIR REAL VIEWS
RE ON SUCH MATTERS AS MEXICO AND THE PANAMA ACT.
?Corvrlaht. 1SU. by George W. Smalley..
London. March 2t>.
? an ?English"*-**1*' Who know
1 *?,n_ ot i:i^ll*u* what m ftIul w
-"?^rtnen really cared about ami
1 ^??uWtude o? rubjeots dealt wit
?*? 'v '" ?*? plvss' H* nnnwotoi
\m\tem ***** ?*? ?-*????? "Ml?
'. (he majorltj of BngHohmoi
____>?>** ,h-ul o:i? ?**"* ilt " tl,m>"
lasi wooh or two ?
^rtad ???? ??*? him ? ??**' whlc
"'? vv ****** vnh"'
l r.e Penny, Ti'
. the Nav j
Hbai?ng and i._nd-bursting
fl Dttooahlre n America
JJ Eclipse of the DOOOltOd Nine.
!_j Murray and Marconi Share?.
-^ gaaiian" Act and Us probabl
p?; and the permanent threat o
"->? Mili'ant Suffragtet? and ?hat ti
r of Gaston Calmotte b*
l me, saying:
?too include niHttcis wnlch inter?s
'[?o you mt.i:'. boxing and billiards?'
. , me under the heat
* of one kind or an
aka interests all Engllahmon at el
?^ v.'e were even interested ii
1tat jnerican baseball game. whL-i
. ? us onderatc-od. We went t<
^ : beiat.se the King went. Th(
OK. as you know, has since beer
Tjrtaent at a boxing exhibition, but th<
; began long bef?ir<
pp\ and ?-.as come to stay. Th?? Car
ii was fought mor;
iu three months aco, and at the mo
?Met eclipsed everything else; until il
p-rtap? it did; and there is a story
?hich may show you how far this en*
t_atoam extended. On the morning ol
That flght th UTTOd this dialogue
bitween a lady of social position and a
tr_nwhowdS Bippooe*. to be interested
n t_iB sport; both of them guests al
i aouae in the country.
"I want you to take me to se?
?a B'.:: . s are not admitted 1c
-HMkaal - ???.r.g club."
She. aftfr refl< tlon: "I ?ill put mv
alf tato boy's clothes and go with vou
' | -fill take me."
The nan explained to her that all the
leaa had '.or.g I ? fore been sold out, the
rood ones at ?flOO and that there wert
i ' ng reasons of po
could not do ?hat 8ho
??ished. He told the story next dav at
jnch?c? to another youri?? lady, also
sttttthe beat, who answered:
1 would have gore with you on the
Ton have or. f to i"Ok at the papen
? ral the in
'er??t is. "The Times" may serve as
an e_a*r.:!e. That journal used to
jaore the ?prize ring except on very
?Treat occas.'.' I | a results in small
"ii1*- For months past it has pub
HAad elaborate reports in ltd
?f*taa_ manner; with, at In?
twala. elaborate critical studies of
hning aa ar, ar*. as a profession and
u ? fi* They are
*stme by an expert who Is master of
Ject and master of an Knglish
"T-?. Lor?l V ? -v \,.ars ago
*e)tnx\ t- <? _< . f the Ring anil* ad?
?t-ated Its rem wa ? n the ground lhal
??J tm r. ei ?. hool for the Army
?w*ay**ood. His hope has become a
minent soldier, Colo
J!1^ ' ' wholly Bng
?*? ia known to : mind.
*?? Cghtlnj- a] irlt and physical culture
to,!?**- ' ?very nation
?? Engll h -**-*lM ri;g is not
P*eient m a rery advaaood state of
? ' ?attain, and
" **ain - .?s fr'.rn the
J'JjJJtate?, where the new meth?>d
fr** : '' brought near
: m which Carpen?
* ?to?l? ii a popn but not fmX a
?ara ar?, rao. In Anv lei -ls
*"v' n boxing and ggfct?
_L_1 ' ' ' ? m, i>H Mr.
??a*fi'' that other kind ol
?"J~fs - r. That Id nrhy
Jv* il 1'r ' ' tratkm, and bav?
j~* ?i^n it / _m ?not anxious to
"?*of view j-: alwaya worth ?
' ll for a man's
?w ' 'ng In the
? ,. :
. * ? ?,t in
. ' :. b?it
<%,*,' atloas that
l\pM^'^',' ?the possl?
UpttVl ' "ridls
?^ } mwilHBg to di?
'* . and Amtr?
r-J**'' i the M?oom ot
IthtmS "' ' K'Jp"
?Stem ' , ' "''?'' ' " ''
L *'? r HUM
? ?? <i<
?Tu!' ' ' ic',i,iK
jkdg-^*''' html Mr.
mSt-J*'' Uon i" i';"
[i ''? ?" ^ '*'
b ' ' control th.
' a on? topi?
?**? the attempt al ?Rovotutloa i??
South Africa, and General Botha's
handling of the Revolutlonlets thon
maaqueradlng as Labor Leaders. The
. gitation was revived when the De
portad Nine arrived in Kngland, but
tin?; incident was so clumsily siealt wit:.
b_ IhomoolvpS and their Knglish friends
that Hiixiety turned to ridicule, and no?
body now gives the rxpcll-d Anarchists
s thought Or nobody but the Trades
?Union leaders, who are repenting at
leisure their unwiadom la Identifying
Tradee Unionism wltb synsii.-aiism ami
Not to leave Amerwa out of view, I
may My there have been moments
When Knglish interest in Mexico and
Panama bas tasen, though never uni?
versal, geimral. The murder of Mr.
Hs-nton by the bandit who calls himseif
General Villa touched Englishmen In a
sensitive sVpot They are not used to
seeing one of their countrymen treach?
erously done to death and no effort
made to avenge him or to exact repara?
tion of gome kind from the assassins
They aequiesi ed. though not widingly,
in Sir Edward Grey's proposal to leave
the nutter in the hands of the Ameri?
can Government. When it became only
:? o ?vident th.it the President and Mr.
Bryan had allowed themselves to ln
fooled by Carranza and Villa, the Kng?
lish still believed in the good faith of
the American Government, and fell
back on Sir Edward Grey's promis.
that a penalty should be exacted from
the Mexican murderers at some future
They did not publicly?that is, neither
in the Press nor Parliament -point out
that the killing of Mr. Benton was done
by Mexican Beb?is with whom the
President of the United States was
virtually in alliance. They did not sug?
gest, as they might well have sug
?I, that the very weapons Villa
and his fellow brigands used againsi
Mr. Benton might have come from the
United States by the removal of the
embergo and the permission of the
President. They did not find much
comfort in the fact, as cabled from
Washington, that ti:.' Americans had
Wn murdered in Mexico, and that
President Wilson appeared to have
taken no step to avenge them or to
protect the survivors, still at the mercy
cf Villa and Carranza. The man in the
street or on the farm does not argue
things out in this way. But he has a
dumb general impression which sinks
sleep and may yet express itself.
It may be worth while to correct the
a'scrtion so often made in America
that the English Government approved
of Mr. Wilson's Mexican policy. They
did not approve; tiVy acquiesced. No
European Government has approved.
Mr. Asquith, speaking in all friendli?
ness and with every desire to be agree?
able to us, acquiesced, but did not ap?
prove. Sir Edward Grey acquiesce?!
and there stopped. The Biitish Press
acquiesced and no more. I hitve ;.
yet met an Englishmen ?who approved.
The English do not oppose. They think
it primarily our business and not theirs.
Englishmen have suffered enormous
lusse?*, because of Mr. Wilson's, mistake
In refur.ir.? t,i recognize President
HuertS rs?i?j of hifl obstinate persistence
in his mistake. They bear them, pa?
tiently or impatiently, but they bear
them. You can hardly ask them to
applaud the author of their misfortunes.
President Wilson has succeeded in
uniting the opinion of all E
against him, but no European Power
dreama of interfering. They look
en With amazement at the rebuffs Mr.
Bryan invites and endures from Huerta
and Carranza alike, and perhaps they
wonder bow long the American people
will tolerate his schoolboy tricks and
more than schoolboy ignorance; but it
is no business of theirs. The table
tells us thJt the Head of our State De
lartniMit Is going to protect against
ths- return ?f the British Minister, Sir
Lionel Orden, to Mexico. But there
mu??t ho some American schoolboy to
till him what sort of a n-buke he
would en-COUnter if he did, and there
B0St be fellies of which even Mr.
Bryan Is Incapable.
A misconception about Panama si-cms
to prevail also in some parts of
America, esps-cially in the Hearst I'i
pers. and perhaps in the remoter
regions of th- Republic it is BUp
: that England takes a financial
mmerdaJ view <>f the tlause in
the Panama Act exempting the Ameri?
can coast wiss* tca-l?- .from ?anal Mil;*..
.she would suffer, though Indirectly, a
money lo,-. but that is not the main
ground Of her, or OUT, objection to th
you seldom or never hear s
complaint on that ground. Tho objec?
tion is to our violation of the treaty
under which we aoqulrad the right to
huiifi the canal By ths? Clayton
]; a<j treaty we bad hound OUiaolVCO
not 10 make or fortify a canal. By the
Hay-Paunoafote treaty .England re?
lea-id IM from that obligation on s-..n
filtkm that ail nations ?-hould fare alike
in their use of he canal.
'J'tiat its eiVmeiitary, bo elementary
that the Americans who .hink ship?
ping mt treats more pre? ions than na?
tional honor li-av?, t out of view. But
;.r?glisb a?s: moi?- ?-an-ful of Ameri?
can obligations t??-" ??eh /Unerlcani
;.H Mr. Jleaiht ati'l Ml. Senator t'ham
l.erUim arc ThOJ bave avoided t.iiinls.
Tbey ?i" ""t dw-sll on our violation of
treat', pledges. They press the busl
.. ,<w in ur?es i" avoid dtoctiMlng
albor. Tbey uralssed Pseetdeni
Wilson's msswsg nghtiy; but they did
?ot ttepaii Crom tbalf own poll? ??
Their overruling saVailre h to ?"? ami re?
main ..is sfOOd term* with the l'nlt-1
Mr. Pago'e recent Indi? ration
. , ., . ?'..hMesJ unnoticed here but
f?r fll,. , | at. home. Hll'-n? s; svan
their ?uiy |||||,<I1*"1 "" ?*? Amerlcsn
Amboasedor. fil?enos i", their only re
,,|y I? the iri'.'-'tl.e i,f the Yellow
<;. W. H.
m, a-,?t Mrs '- i '"" "' -' '' I
,??,,. ,t , in.,'.' . "? ? !l" ?
menl of tbeii slaughter, Agnes Detssea
? VMinasss Butlei Me tier, ot
, i,-. _
MR. AN!) MRS. WILLIAM RUSSELL GRACE.
H. D. FLOOD WEDS
MISS ANNA PORTNER
President Attends Ceremony,
Largest in Capital Since
? M Tlurs-au |
Washington, April is.?The wedding ef
Mi.-.- Anna Vsler I'ortnei- and Repn
tair. e Henry Delaware Flood, which was
solemnized at . o'clock tins nftsrnoon,
til.-t filled All Soul;' ChnrCfa With the
hundreds of friends bidden there and
Inter even the biy Psn-Am?srican Union
Bit ding, where the reception was held,
was crowded to its utmost. Capacity. In
point of number the w?sddlng wai
largeet la VVeeh?ujton sinos that of Mes
Alice Hoosevelt an I Nicholas sLsongworth
was celebrated in ths white lions?-.
Th?-- representatives of the forty foreign
eountri? s who form the diplomatic corps
were presen! t" witness the ceremony
ani congratulate the bride and hride
Krooni. while sPresidenl Wilson, the Vies
dent and lira, Marshall, members
?if the Cabinet and their wives? the
Speaker and lira Champ ciark, Misa
Genevi?ve Claris, members of the Su?
preme Court and of ths S?tate and
ifssuse, with the mij-st prominent people
in Washington, Virginia and Maryland
joined In making up a notable company,
The bride was escorted to the altar
and si-, c-n in marriage i>y her brother?.
Alvln O. Portner, and they were pre
s by the bride's sistsis, Mrs. Lorlmst
Graham, matron of honor, and Mlaa
HlldsgaidS Poitnsr as maid of honor.
The bride WOTS a pown of white satin
toils and duchess lace and a lace bridal
The matron of honor and the maid of
honor wore gown? of tine thread net.
embroidered, snd Wattsau bats, trimmsd
with pink roSSS and stream sis of narrow
blas k v?ils ? ?
The bridesmalda Miss iMcy Martin,
Hanna Taylor, m?ks Bdlth Oracle,
II Cornelia Clagett, "Bsroness" Marie
i garten and Miss Douglss Pulls
Wlnchsster, Va., wore dresses "f pink
t, :.',t.s and Isgborn hats, trimmed with
pink ross i snd I Iscb ? ? ii ? I si ?
Mr. PI?sod's nephew, Harri Flood M>rd,
was I?? ' fiats au': ths- USherS WOtO Rsp
tatlvea Kenneth D. McKellar and H.
(iarlati'i Dupre, John Hari?-tt, director
general of the |*an-AmcrlcaB i ni??n;
Thmnaa ?Boiling Byrd, of lUchmonsl, Kich
ard Evelyn Bird, 17. & ft.; John ?"*.? i>ii>
i.'ii. of sBaltlmors; John Quton, of New
York, colonel Batten, Paul V, PortnsT
and Kdward (?. 1'nrtiier.
The Rev. U. O. B. Tierce, pastor of the
church, performed the ceremony. There
was an elaborate musical progrsmms at
[From The Trlbsme ? orreepondeat.]
Montclalr, \. J.. April It Misa m. en
Psareee Peals, is lighter of Mr. and Mis.
a. T. Peale, of ?HI t?laremont eve., ?uni
I*,Twreiics5 Boyatofl sPsge, of Brookline,
Mass., were married this evening at the
i of the brlde'a parents, th?- Rov.
?Wilson n. Btearly, rector of Ht. IMke'e
Episcopal Church, officiating, it was a
green snd follow wedding, the dscora
Uons atssi oostumss of the brlds'fl ?tend?
ants being of these eolora
The maid o! honor was Mioa Virai-nla
Peale, slst>sr ??i 11 s * ? i rids, ?md tin- bridse
maids WSTS Mi;-s Fiel, n Van Vlcck, Misa
Mary Thomas, Miss EBlsanor Jaeger and
Mies Cathsrlne Harrison, e?f Montclalr;
Misa i:.i? h? i Ksster, of Q-ermantown,
Psnn . snd Miss Blsls sPace, of urook
Uas, a si?-ts r sit the brMsstTOom
The best man was Wallace Q. >Pago, a
brother of the bridegroom. The neben
Were Francis. D, Peale, of Monti lair, a
htother of the bride,' J. Ii. ft WhSSlsBT,
Benton Biadahaw sind Theodors t. i'it
?naii, of BsrOOftllnS, Ma-v., Sinclair
v\??-kn, ut tVMhlnsftOO, and B. Noel Har
ISOO, of noshing, boni,' Island.
? M- .11? 1
Ittockbridge, M u . April II Miss
Dorothy Cuthberl Tlsomaa, daughter of
\i OssOfgS CuthbSli Tl.oin.i^, s>i this
lsn-.li. vva marrlssd In day tu hslwaid
Motl sDavla "f ghlrlsry, en of Profe i?"r
Willi,,us M DaVkS, "T II..I..S1.I (?illege,
v. h?, is now 1n the ITji h lands.
Many of tin- eeven hun?ii,?i gaeeSa ?earns
from Boston Snd -New V?.rk Ths, hi Ido
?A?,)?- wlntr Kltltl "lui <,illi'?l a SbOOtOI
boue?*?! "f llll? Hof-th'-visllsy. I Irr ut
tendanta wsrs Mlea Mary i; Kim;, sir
s.,, t lu?n??, N i. maid of honor; Mis
<'?ais-in ? N Durant, of i,.., matron ot
honor, and vit i Tilde Js lllnghaus, of Ni w
v.,tv | '???s '. ??r gteckbrtdge,
is i .a til- mi ? Ksthsi Ins ^'"i Jssnn? Its
Thomas, of sleuth tnmumf. latdaswisMg.
Ms isissl Mit! I'UVISS Will liiak'- Ih'li
boms In Him I? v
MISS WILSON HERE
TO FINISH SHOPPING
Purchases "Last Things" for
Trousseau?"Tries on" Her
Miss ?Eleanor Wilson is In New Y?~?rk
getttg the "lust things" for lier trous
?eau, i'ii. Joel aa on her ? alt for that
purpose a few weeks ?no. she is doing it
M tfuetly timt only a very few know
What her movements ate. she came on
Thursday, accompanied by Secr.l.irv
Houston <?f the i "ipartmsBit of Agrlenlt?
lire .-it.ii Mrs. Houston. William Q M? -
Adoo, her Rai f followed them on the
Miss Wilson and Mr and Mr*? Houston
laying si the Hotel t/anderbilt Ten?
terday they ami ?Secretary MeAdoOi ?ho
is attending to som>* pereonal bualni
the city, hui luncheon at the home of
Mis Robert H. Bayer, the mother-in-law
<.? MISS Wilson's sister, Then she ?'ent to
lutve a "trying on" m Kursman'a at
Fifth ava and :?*>t?,i ?-? where some of
bei weddlns gowna are helni made Bbe
will remain over to dey, and s? ?? to the
Bns] touches on her |OWBI tu-miinow.
Following the exampla of her sister Jes?
sie, Mrs. Prancea B, Hojia Miss Wilson
will have for her bridesmaid her sist.-r
Margaret when ahe la married at the
WhitS House "ii -May ,. Mr- ?layer will
be her matron of honor.
The marriage la t<> t?e very quiet Only
?ii.se relativ,': end the members of the
President ? official family erill be present.
not over fifty prueMs in all. In this it will
resemble tho marriage of Miss Fnu
Foisom to Grover Cleveland.
IJjy Telearapb I
New ?London, Conn., .\pril 1*L?Misa
Dorothy W. Lathrop, ?daughter of Dr. and
Mrs I ?iiiiil Sullivan, and Carroll Lln
wood ?Seedy, <?. ?Portland, w, re married
at St. John's ESpisconol Cburcb here this
Howard ?Boedy, brother of the brMogroomi
ami best man. Misa Dorothy Turnhuii, of
CaimbridgS, was maid Of honor, and the
following wore bridesmaids: Misa ?Chura
Worth, of Norwich; Miss M?,rjorie Kvvintf.
,.f Boston; Miss Josephine Bryant. <?f
i..-, i Hartford; Misa Dorothy i ?,????>?, of
Um M mi ?Florence KUnck, i'im
Allen, Eleonor Mener, of New Lon
(i'Ui, and Mrs I.n C, Hu/./.eii, of l'lan
dera MIS! Harriet Sullivan, sifter of the
briiie, and ti?? Kissea Qeonor and Har?
riet Hull, ?fere HOWeT ?.?ills. Mr. aid
Mrs. ?Boedy win make their borne in
i: 1 ?|? erapta la The Trtboaa '
Llelimond, Va-, April IS.-Miss Dallas
Cbestarmaa Lee, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur WeUeeley l/*e, of this city,
und Enaign Romuald Peter ?Paul Mectew?
ski, r. s. N . were married to-night In
the Second ?Prcabyterian Charon. Tiio
Rev. Russsll <'<?< il ofllclateil, assisted hy
the Bov. Calvin Btewan, After tho cere?
mony there wit* a. reception at the bOHM
of tue hi ule 'i pai ?'lits, on Wet ?ira? o
et. Ensign Meca wski is attached to the
Bagablp <>iii?>. in the Brooklyn navy yard.
Miss Mary Meek was maid ?,f honor und
the Misses Harriet Sunn. Bam Oppon?
helmer, EUso Chriotlaa and Virginia
Cheaterman bridesmaids. Bnaign Riebaid
II. BOOtb ?as bast man.
Mi?? Ruth Hyde Norrio, daughter of
Mr. and Mr?-. QeOTgC N'orris, of Jers?y
City, and Jud^e Kniest J. H<ppenhetm.?r.
of tue New Jersey Court of Krrorn. were
married yeotorday afternoon in Trinity
Church. The Wedding WOB a quiet one.
?win? to the dOOth r? ?ntly of a member
of the brUMgrOOm'a family. The hrl?le
trOS Riven away by bOT father, ?i.orire
Norria The taidegrooan'a best man was
tils brother, Oenerel William Heppea?
The K? v. .1. Nevitt St? ?le, tOTtnot vier
of Trinity, ?performed th?, marriage ?aero?
,,,,,,,, | ),? I oupl.? ?ill live In Blghwoodi
t Kr?.in The T? Ibttna ' ?iraapBad? at i
l'ast Oral,Re, N, I. April 1* Mrs
ll.lei, Hunt liai d? hJm i kh, of New York.
and Oottfrted Oetgren. <>f i-imerton,
rinn, were married thla afternoon at the
home of the bride'a oooalna Mr ?and Mra
<is?_r ?' S'hoeiilnrr. >'?0 Harrison st , Best
?>i mga The ties Mi Tenney, <>f Brook?
lyn, performed th? reremony. Mra
Krank Blmms, of PsUmerton, Penn., wot
Hie matron of In.nor, .nul It?, bride'a
, tars-ln-?sw, Mis lleno Hardenberg!.,
of Neo -fork and Mra Prank Harden?
berah, <?f Rorkrllle, Conn., wer? brld?
m.ti.is Krank Blmma, of Palmertoti,
Pen ii . wea best man. The couple win
apend Iheli honeymoon on 11??> Ma The)
w ii live m Palm? rim.
WM. R. GRACE WEDS
MISS ELISE LADEW
Ceremony Performed as
Couple Kneels on Altar
of 20,000 Roses.
VALUE OF $50,000
PLACED ON GIFTS
Brother Relinquishes Guardian
ship Over Bride-To-Be Two
Mi-s Elise Wall Ladew, only daiischter
St tlie late Mr. and Mrs. Kslward R.
Ladew, of filen <'ove. Ixmg Island, a s
married to William Russell Grace, a son
of Mrs. Llllius Grace and the late William
R. Grace, a former Mayor of New York
City, yesterday afternoon. The ceremony
took place at Elstnore, the Isdew coun?
try home, overlooking Long Island B<">und,
north-of Glen Cove. Between &50 and ??T0
guests were present, many of whom trav?
elled from tho city in a spes-ial train
which left the Pennsylvania Station at
11 o'clock in the istuiiIiis, arriving at
Two hours before th? ceremony attor?
neys fur Harvey S Ladew, brother of
th? bride, filed In Mine?la a relinqulsh
nient of his guardianship over his sister,
who is twenty-four years old. The guar?
dianship has been a mere matter of form
for ths? last three wars, as ?*>?!, 127. her
share of the CHtnt-, was- g:?en her when
she rcH'lied her majority.
The ground flour of Klsinore was trans?
formed for the ceremony Into a 'oral dis?
play. Apple blossoms and mignon rosea
Were USSd freely, while lilacs, smilax and
ferns helped set off the blooms. Growing
SOple trees in full bloom ma?ie fragrant
the large room known as the east draw?
ing room, in which ths?, ceremony was
performed l y tho Rev. Bernard O'Reilly,
rector of Ht Patrick's Roman I'aiholic
?"hurcli, at Glen ?Vive. Tho bridal souple
knelt upon an altar formed of t .-?
thousand sTOSSS, while over their heads
an arch was funned of roses, apple blos?
soms and smilax, with hero and there
sprays of lilacs peeping through.
Carry Apple Blossoms.
The processional was Lohengrin's WWJ
ding march, ami iMeadelssohn'fl wedding
march was- played after the service. Lit?
tle Miss Katherine Kent was at the head
of the wedilitig ?arty as a flows-r girl
She was drSSSSd in pink tulle over pink
ChsSrmsUSS and who a straw OOll red hat
of tulle, she carried pink lose-. Next
?ame the six hlMsBIIIOMl. Miss Anne
Wall, MiSS Mary Cutting Cttmnock, Mtas
Ma.de tlvvjnne .Shepherd, Mise Alice
Richard. Miss ssUMred Poor and Miss Mai
Duncan Watson. They wer-j dressed in
pale ?sieen tulle Over Kr??.<n charmeuse
and carried sppls hlossnma Miss mida
Holmes, the bride's chief attendant, wore
pink tulio sever pink charmcuee and car?
ried spple blossoma sBhs and the brides
maldS SlSS e/ors t'i'.Ie batS of straw '"l<>r.
Jossph P. Ones, brottier of the bride
ifroom, accompanlsd him to the altar.
The bride was led to tho altar and given
away by her Itrother, Harvey B. Ladew.
ghe wore << gown of white iharmeuse
trimmed vv.th valuable old point lace -and
seed pearl I'.itidim:. Her jewelry ??onsisted
of a loiii? rope of laip?- mstrlMHl pearls.
T'lse veil was tho same old point laOS
veil that had been worn by her mother.
Mrs l-Jslward It. Ladew, and by her grand?
mother. Mi", i'liarles Wall. After Mrs.
LssdeWa muriate th.? veil was rsturnsd
tu Mrs. Wall? who presented it ysstsrdsy
to th?- bti'is-. Congrstulsttons were efts ed
as the couple stoosl lis tieath a second
bower at the west end of ths room, to
reai-h ?hieb they again passesi through
an aisle of white standards, trimmed with
roses and SPPla blOSSOUUs.
Many Costly Gifts.
The hrisUvisiom's gift to the bride was
a bracelet sjparkllng with diamonds snd
emeralds. There were hundreds of other
gifts, Including a tiars ot canary dia?
monds an I I'.llTs, the gift Of the |
groom'a motbsr; rare tapsstrl?ss, goM and
?tlVslr stnd ?Tuna servi?-- -, Mil rIh.-s. jew
Slry. oil paintings and sitlier things The
value of the various gifts was SStlmatsd
by ?'n.? of th?* detectlvea engaged to pro
tech them at between |??0,SOS and 17 I
Employes Ot the IM ward P. l?tAoW
Companys leather helling works were
! tallied in tents on Use lawn, a holi
dav having been declared at the works
In hoi sir ot the day. RsNowtng the wed
glng breakfast, whls-h was served both
Indoors snd on ths Bpackrafl lawns, there
was dancing UpOB a platform erected Upon
Mr. snd Mrs. Oraos plan to spend a
vs'.ir In Purops for th? ir honeymoon, smil?
ing on Tuesday OB thO Kronprinzessin.
They will live In Westhwry. Mr. LsSdSW
will close Kb inore and live in s3r?90kvills,
Boms ol those at the wwJdlng wests Mra,
I.llllus firace. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan H.
Qrace, Mr and Mrs. __. Batty Wall. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wall. Mra ChSTlea Wall.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P, lira e, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Carnegie Phlpps, Mr. and
Mrs. Ooorge Ldward Kent, Mr. Snd Mrs.
Harry l'.ivni- Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. John
F. I'hlpps, Mr. an?l Mrs. BUTtOn I ves, Mr.
und Mrs. Henry W. Warner, Mr. ami Mts.
l..-w:s NfalOn, Mr. and Mrs Herbert HOT?
riman. Alphonso fie Navai'i ?', Mr. and
Mrs Charlea C. Rumssy, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur s.'air?>ll, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ? \
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. I ?avid \\ agstatY, Mr.
aissl Mrs. Samuel Wat* Staff, Mr. ansl Mr
Hamiiel Volt iitine, Thomas I>?.sry, Mr.
und Mrs. lnv-i.-r.tug Milbutn, John T. Mil
burn, Jr, Mr. aiul Mrs Oliver Bird, Mr.
and Mrs. Bteele, Mrs. Ii. Van Renssslsar
Kenne.lv, Mi-s Tora Bird, MISS Mauds
Kennedy, Miss Marian Kennedy, Mrs. P,
DogrO, Mr. and Mrs sMontagUS La Mon?
tague. Mrs. Joel Fisher, Misa Vlsva
Fisher, Mr. Snd Mrs. Mortimer L. Schiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, Mr. and
Mrs James I? Br?ese. Mrs. slessrge I".
??hrady. Mr. at;?l Mrs. Franklin M. War?
ner, Mr. and M?.-. William W Coclu, Mi>.
William Heye and Mi. and Mis. Allan
Mis? Madeleine Cook, daughter of Mr.
ittisi Mrs. Henry f. 'osik, was married at
?t o? ?oik jrestsrdaj sfternooo In the
(.'entrai PtnsbytsSrlan CbUrek to Theodore
r pixon, a Kin of Mr. ?and Mrs. Court
lanslt P, I'lson. Th.- chuts Ii was deso
r.it.d srltk sVastsr Ullas, dosgwood, palms
and Southern snulax sin the pew.? In tin
Matte stele Bestsr lilies wsrs ssrraaged,
and th? IS WSste SJSO BSSd In the decora?
tions of the s-hsilr loft.
Tho luid.-. WhO ualknl up the aisle
with h?r brother, 1. Pahya <'o?ik, ?and
was given away I y h? r lath-r, WSTS a
?gOWn ol while satin, tilisiinul with old
family Is ? Her lace ?eil was fast? sod
wills oialiK?- l?l"S.siiln.N and ?lie cssrrh-d a
i?,i!.|i?. t ssi w Mts orchlda ami lilis ?
thr-vall.-y. Miss Kslith Cotib was her
Ulster's maid of lemur, an?! Ilir nil-. ?
,,s.i ?>? ? ? Mi t m '? ? w llleta
Misa Maria Cook, Mis? M. Louis? Dixon.
Miss Augusta P. Dixon. Miss Vera Blood
good and Misa Elizabeth Hoy t. They
?ere all dressed alike In cerise taffeta
pannier skirts, with chiffon bodl<*es of
th.> same shade. They ?ora black lace
hats, trimmed with pink rose? and car?
ried spring flowera.
Wal bridge 8. Taft acted aa best man.
and the ushers ?ere Howard A. Plum
mer. Gerard B. I^mbert, J. Kahya Cook.
William B. Sturgis, William May Wright.
O. Brette Olaenzer. Richard E. Hanlel
ron and William McCormlck Blair, of
Chicago. The last three and the best
man wer? classmates of Mr. Dixon at
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. W. Merle-Smith, and a reception
followed at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Cook. ? Kast 64th at., which was deco?
rated ?ith spring flowera, palms and
smllax. The guests included Mrs. Will?
iam P. Dixon. Mrs. H. B. Barnes. Mr
and Mrs H. B. Barnes. Mrs William M
Wright. Mr. and Mrs. H. ?le B. Schenck.
Mr. and Mrs. A V Meserole. Mrs. James
P. Van Wyck. Miss Augusta Van W>.k.
Dixon Willis, Mr. and Mrs Kben Ste?
vens and Mr and Mrs L Stuart Wing.
PRESIDENT REJOINS WIFE
Goes to White Sulphur Springs
to Spend Sunday.
fKr.jn The Tribune Bureau J
Washington. April IS.?The President
left Washington this evening for ffhtti
Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where he ?ill
."-pend Sunday with Mrs. Wilson ami
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mr.?. Francis Howes Sayre, and Misa
Margaret Wilson, who are there f??r
the benefit of Mrs. Wilson's health.
Midi Helen Woodrow Hones is the only
member of the Preshlent * household
remaining at the White House over
Sunday. Miss Eleanor Wilson having
gone to New York.
HOUSE PLANS GIFT
FOR MISS WILSON
Members Agree to "Chip In" for
Present to White House
i ""rom The Tribuna ? *orreepsndest.l
Washington, Api il IS. --Members of the
House met following the adjournment of
that body to-day ?and voted to "chip in"
for the purchase of a wedding present
for Miss Banner Wlleoo, arks is soon to
marry ?Secretar) McAdoa
Bepreoentative Mann, the minority lead?
er, made the BUggOSllSa of a House pres
?'tit for Hi?- Ml on?! Whit.' House bride of
this admlnlatrotJon. Mr. Hoberts, of Mas?
sachusetts, said th.* -?ft should be as at?
tractive as that presented to Miss Jessie
Wilson, upon the occasion Of her re?
cent marriage, and everybody agree?!
Ropreoantatrre Pttsgerald, of New York,
was eh'cted chairman of the Informal
meeting, and upon motion of Mr. Mann
named a committee to receive contribu?
tions ami s.-le,?*. the gift.
The committee consists of Representa?
tives Maun, 1'itge, of North ?"arolina",
Lloyd, of Missouri; Doremus, of Michi?
gan: "'handier, of New York, and Burke,
of South Dakota.
It Is planned by House members to raise
a fund of about $2.000. That was the cost
of the diamond necklace given to the
other daughter. Tho nature of Miss
KI?anor Wilson's Rift is vet to he deter?
"NATOMA" CLOSES SEASON
Herbert's Opera Last One
Given by Century Singers.
VlCtW Ileihen s "Xatoma." sung last
Bight at the Century Opera House, closed
the season th*re, ?1^ far as operatic per
incea ara t?oncerned, although there
is to be a final concert to-night
The cast last night lnclu?|e<j Mi*-?
BeatrtCO La Palme, Miss Lena Mason,
OrvUla iiarroi.i, Thomao Cholmera Gil?
bert Wilson, Alfred ?Kaufmann, Albertina
Rolsefa tti?l Krank PreiSCh. Mr. Szendrel
MRS. K. S. M'CARTNEY.
\\ ..kcs-Harre. IVnn . April 1- Mra.
Katherine Beerte Mc? 'artney, ?seventy?
years old, one of the founders of
the Daughters Of the American Revolu?
tion and a ?aidety known geneologlst,
died hero early to-day. she ?as the
ortfo "f the late General William H
M? ?artney, of New York City.
ELIZABETH M. STEVENS.
Elisabeth M. Stevens, widow of John
Rhinelaridcr Stevens, died on Friday at
her home. 14 East ^'?1 st., ?here the
funeral will be held at 11 o'clo? k to-mor?
PORTIERE BRINGS $2,000
Caruso Represented at Ben*
guiat Collection Sale.
a i/uiis xiii ?portiere, ahowlng a shield
!? iring a eardlnoTo orest ?and emblems
ombrolderod In heavy gold bullion,
brought &0M, tho top price, at the closing
.-.ii,? yosterdaj of tho Bengnlt collection
at the Aaaericaa art Qallerlea Miss R.
II. I.or.'.iz, SO ?agent. ~ave Jl.sOO for "The
Anointing of i?avi?i," a Ronolooanco tap
?aetry. She also ??old $1,*>?) for an early
Issanco tapeoti y Bhoaing a ?tropical
landscape, and ll.r-uO for an altar frontal
In rich embroidery of the seventeenth
century, This masterpiece of needlework
illustrai.es one of the most dramatic
BC0n?Bfl in the life of Christ?when he ?as
.1 bed by the Phartaeeo for a "sign."
Fot a Iar;*e Italian sanctuary lamp of
sterling allver, and of tho Renaissance
i, Miss Lorenz paid 11.?YO.
Canteo was repreoented i.y his friend.
or Caneoaa, win, gave ?*;;,,?> for a
renaissance tsMo cover, with gold em
broldery, and MM for ?i Qenoooo .jardini?re
?ut velvet table ?over of Louis XIII de?
sign. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
purchased, through ItO agent, a few small
lots, including: a ??reek relic of the Qothtfl
p?ri?.?!, for V">. The total of the session
win $:,', MM and of the enitre sale
Porcelains and Jades Sold.
At a Balo of Chinese porcelains, ladea
i, n?i cryotalo at tho Anderson Qallerlea
la l night, a. L Matten ?ave sr_ fur a
pair of largo temple Jars, with teakwood
atonda For ;? lade table aereen of up
?right oblong shape, engraved with flow?
ers, T. Jong gave *.."??) ami and Y. Oui <_?
?'.. obtained, r?>r $47 _??. another ?white
i.i.i.? tabla aereen, engraved <>n both suies.
The total Ol th?' BalO OTOS $1.'*4?'?.
Tapestry Sells for $7,200.
Tho aalo "f period ? iblnetry, tap<Botrleo
end other obje? U of ,,n al Silo a fifth
Avenue Arl Qellorico closed yeoterday
Will, a folal ?>t l I : ? \ I.ouls Xl\' tap?
es!, v Was so',I to a . ?ill?, lor lor 17,200
Thl a ?? the ? of ,'?.? I,
Proceeds of The Dansant in the
Bilttnore Ballroom to Go to
It's a far cry from pretty airln a.id
prosperous young men dan? Inn th?- tnax
Ixe in the ballroom of the Hs,tel Hilt more
to mountains*?-? m remote MhtaS Iti the
Appalachian Rasige, but h-iman s.vmp.s
thy brought the tWB extremes toother
yesterday, as It does once at least ? -
> ear It was at the annual benefit of
the New York Auxiliary of the Southern
Industrial Kducetlonal Association, ?a tu? h
took the tares at ? IM ssassaat
There ?aere general dancintr and card
plavlna. and then cam? she <?>nte*t
?lames. The prizes. in?iudm>c two altvef
loving OSSTS ans? a cha--?I s. ver ? ?marelle
w? -e rang? d ?ci a 1 ? ? > ;s t w Inch
sat the Judges lalwiid Blmmons
Mintuisi l'on and Lnilcti l.iltell
In the ?me BtCf Mi. IVarasi won a
? ! i ]?.< rs t;.- ds a
? , Mr and M g H.sru.-h
won gold framed mirrors. Mr. Carroll
ami Miss Klee won resp, etlvely dBs utsi
brella and a hat for ?-m elencO^h the
Among those present v. ? : <* MSI Aluer
non 8uliiv.ui. prcsids'-it ot the auxiliar*,,
Mts. Livingston ItOS S-huvl.r, se?r?-tary,
Mts. WlllUm Hin-. Mts aifrsd F Wal
lace, head of the Kentucky auxiliary .
Mts J N | .,- gstaff an?! Mrs .1 L. Hell.
?Who l?a?l s barge of the roOOS where wer?
offered f?ir t-u'.e band w.svs-n rugs, baa
k.ts chicken feather fans Mini other han?
diwork of tlu- BBoeaatatascsn,
The p.-?i? esds of the tM ?aasaal ??? g?*
to help the hule cabin s? hools Wttitb
through the mountain country of K? -s
lii'kv. North s'arolina. South ? arollna
and Virginia. The esso<iatl?->u ha? lat, i
had a donation of |MN a year for three
>ears to maintain field ?e. retarles.
IRWIN?Mr and Mrs David L Irwin,
of lOKii I'reslsient at, Hrooklvn, an
isounc? th? birth of a daughter on Tues?
day. April 14. 1914
HOWARD VIDAUD Ot latardai
April 18, 1914. at the s'hur.l. ?-f tM
Saviour, Brookl) n by tl
Howland l^athrop, Mary
s'aughter of Mr. snd Mm Ro-beri P
Vidnud. snd H?- ri?an' e Montagu?
Notice? if isrrl***gee and deaths must b?
srrompanlfd h? full name and address.
Allen. Wi Ham W. Mottet, Hai R
Brown, Harriet J. r than T
Qreenleaf. Abhle R. Bhaw, WMIIam ?
Langley, A. I. W. Stevens. KHz M
McLean, James L. Tracy. 8 Belli M
ALsLEN?On FntUiy. April 17, nil. Williatr.
Wrigiit Aden Funeral aervlcs i si '
Went Beth st., Sunday, April If, at J
BROWN At Dobbs rcrry-o?i-H'idson. M
Friday evening, April it. ot pneumonia
Harriet .1. Hrovvn, daughter of the late
James snd Margaret Bcott Brown I
lierai, the Presbyterian Church, D
Ferrys on Monday, April it, at n a. m.
Interment private, at Mait-awan.
The news of the death from pneumonie
of Misa Harrist J Brown, si D
Perrj -on-Hudson, on I "i Ida ?? ?
April 17. will s to thi
heart i of the ma - v?. omen vv ie
were fortunate enough to be under her
ap?ela] care during the twent? nine
years she was aseociated with I i
aliases Msstsra In theli school. She
had inhei it, .I from ?:< r Bcotch
trv. her mother bavins I ???en a sTwtative
of sir Walter Scott, ell the Bneat qual?
ities of thai i a?e. Truth, honor end
loyalty, devotion to duty snd
sense of humor were chsrscterlatlca
Which mads lier the rarest of RUi'Je ?
snd the truest of friendo. Funeral
, i ?, ea will be held st the Presl
?ms" Church, Dobbs Ferry, \. T_ on
Monday morning, April te, at ll
o'clock, interment private, at Mstl
w in. N. V.
QREENLBAF?At Hotel Vendome. B -
ton April 17, Abble B. Oreenleaf, wife
of '"Parles fi Qreenleef. Kunei
? ii?? Suij?i Chapel, Boston, T
LANOLET?At Linden. N J., April 1?.
]'<14. AdeliS Label W'.-.-k-s, Widow of
Washington Elliott Lsngiey, ;u.
years. Funeral services will be held at
the residence of h.-r daughter, Mi?.
Frederick O. Blancke, Wood av.-, Lin?
den. N. J., on Sunday, April If, at 3
M I.TAX?Passed out of tilla Ufe to th?
life that Is beyond, Jsmea Linn M<
Lsan, sjon .if tiie late Rev, Daniel V
M.I. -n. I ?. D., and the late K' eRna
B. McLean, on Bsturday, April II,
? t the home of hla daughter, Mra
Helen M Hoce, soi Broad el . Chai
tssti, W. Vu, in the sist year ol
sfl -r a abort Illness of pneumonia
Freehold, N J.. ami Kastori, 1 enn.
papers please copy.
MOFFAT -April IS, 1911. May BrS? its
onlv daughter of Jennie Brewster an?i
Hie'late John Newton Moffal snd
ter of Walter Mottet Bsrvlcoa will be
held at ICI West 71 th St., Xevv Vot k
fity. Monday evening, I II o'clock,
April 10, I'.'H Interment private,
ironi the home of -f. Newton '
Wttshingtoiiviiie. x. v. Tuesday, April
21, Itll, at 1 :?" p. tn
PORTER- <">n SatuMay. April 1s, at
P/aterbury, Conn., Xathan T Porter, in
the tyith year of hts age. funeral pri?
BH IW-On Friday, April 17. Uli at Mei?
nst ,wn, X J , William Aspmwall, be?
loved huaband of Adelaide Lewis and
eldest son of the late Henry and Lucy
Brack Bhaw. In ths Nth roar of hi?
age. Funeral esrvi<css st st. ivter's
Church, Morristown, x. j, on Mondav,
April 20, at 11:3*> a. m.
BTEVEN8?On April 17, 1914, st be
residence, il Last S3d ?f. Elisabeth
\l. Steven?, widow of the late John
Rhinel.inder Stevens Funeral from
her late residence Monday, April 19, at
TRACY-.U Auburn, X. V. April 14, 8.
Belle Bartlett, wife of Roll in Tracy, of
New York City.
DO! ?D IS Laiton, April IT, <
er? y Park.
PRANK, Yetta. April IT. 44?? West 24th
st.. H years o!?i. Funeral to-day at 1
FROST, Henrietta Railey, April 17. ?
Morningside ave. Last.
HATDEN, Krank. April 17. tl.e Strath
more, Broadway and s?d at-, aKr,-i ?>?
BTROUBE, Mrs. Hannah, April 17, l. I
ACKER, Florence, April IT, ni Atwaod
st , ^1 years old.
i I NVINUHAM. Mr?. Mary Jane, April
17, I0S6 Lincoln Pisos.
Ll'.VV, Joseph A , April 17. 81 Ninth aw
Funeral to ?lay at I p. in.
Ml'I.I.I X. Mary. April 17, t?? Adelphl et.
?Fumerai Tuesday st IS a. m
WARDELL, May Belle, April lt>, 4<M
?Park ave , H >eara old.
BBTMOUR, Herman, April 17. Flushing.
^ years old.
VAN I>K WATER, Clinton S. April \7.
? Monroe st , nushlng. H vesrs oM.
IKiVI'.XS, Mrs. Rose, April IT, B Willow
Tenace. Hoboken. Funeral to-morrow
at 9:;i0 a. m.
REIDINOBR, Jeoob D., April 17, Ha.k
ettstown, ^7 years o'd. Funeral Tuea
Kt SSiM.L. Jacob, April 17, 40 yeara old.
WOOD, Marv K, April 17. Trenton Fu?
neral Tuesday at J.a? p, in
1HR gfOODLAWM CBMETEBT.
ca.;d St. n> Huit, m Train osd b) rr?ii#y
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