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FA SPRING BRIDE Francis E. Storer \mid Decorations of palms and Lilies. ytfE FARA FORM GIVES UNIQUE FETE Mpucei Held Several Pre? '-ede 0\t\t\ct Affair at Hotel Pla/a. .. --- v U' KMBBlTtSl I ???to? - Thf 1 i he . . Read. - i?n of Mary s as the I ' . ; V SS ' 11 ?:- M ss ; -. Misa .; ? ? . H. a'ike ? I with i ?i Bait:- I ? Stetson, 5j.rf.or. Ml '<"? ?-'?'' ' r ?** ?' e tl Hunt* ?r? B?r ?' v- ' w d Mrs I ? ? ? .- ?.- '*. alter Wi I Mrs Frank i ? Marl L>i ? Weatherbee ? aid Mn Sa '? ?Ed? M : * ?tttei H ? Margaret ? tsajrti ' ?' '" ? i r. *. ? ?-i Mn '?' Mi uiJIr* . ? - Mr. and Mrs | Ig--. - -? O. fang Mr. I ard. j|r ind ' ? A. B. Washburn, Wj? L*r ? - Katharina hall has ftnaoid. Mis.- Ma e 8n and V-? hfes .'. '?' ?Ed* BBS] LI Ml Harrison ? fan ;:- ? ? - ;ms. v- y? " "' - Mra >ffH5w ? : Georg? Vratt IffBwD. Mr a- ry F. r.ead. Iff a.': I Mi lara . Mr. and Mra ' ? " WilUnm who ?s Manly Mn land, pave i fcolne de* - ? the room floor *u at-d an i .-, led Mr. and Ml ? ?? V Bardai ?? s?* Hamilton and '" ~: '?' "; - " ohn Hay. Howard J**"' -?? ?rbes. **-.?_? i A. gprscl i o ksi ' ..'; '? ' - n Hr?. Ai Mra i ft I ^i 1er.. ?-? ?T*? Mr i D Munn, ?* , " ' ". "' '"'? rt Morgan and -??4M p. ?isw! ' 9?SO * ' '' th* Hoi ? ? Long -."*. ./' en ?as Kroapi acilta ??u.'",'*' r of Mr WV '' be mar* I? tl fctri?. ' ?ant?, ?? *uy ' ' ?' - ? *?? ? ??or ?Miaaia '? * ??el?. .....-?: ??? -ha? u " ' -: *h? ^^ -??'? ar . Mr, McAlpln. '? Esst aH+' od : i.i'l ar? ?M t??" I Morris. ? - n ? ? W7" ? ' - ? ' -? *?? >** ? ? K? ?,-? -i ? tr,o ?n^ TwMeo ?r,/i i? ?t the Hotel v a-V?, ?r? *,i * '?< f Ki? ', ' ..? -i *** hJ ? ar? ..' tl,? ? ? r.*-n Uieir ?oui. "tala,,4' '' " ' * 'in ? ** **?**i ?, MKS. FRANCIS E M< >RER. niahl t h? home. Castle Point. Hobs ken. t | -. m ! K\_\g Btev? na ? ' - - Will ?me a dinn. ? ' home. 41 Vark m?. After dim R .. trill alng lira Georg? -.. .: K.y. a her home. 40 East A th? ? will he given a- the r,n.v I r the benefit of ? | Man?- - ? M Bai \a ?ubsci rti'tn danc? lliana ? utting will tie r <? It .1 at the I'la2a ? - ? ?? BELAIS DEFENDS ADMINISTRATION President of Humano Society on Witness Stand to Answer Mallet Charges. ? Bf the H';mane Boclel ipsnt two hours ritnssa stand answer g the 1 Bl Which have been of ? arv hearint; in eral'a offl. e, at M Eatln m] eluded the] eding, 1 report ?f which ted to the attorney Oeneral uiked bj Ifal H .mane .-' Mr. charges pen erall-. ' were nation. He Been made concermni? hors? I ? Street I .?amng 4v - ? hi had glvsB Com? a month to "i ? : - ? 5 Of B by the i'o!urnb:an - ':?-rit Mr "? let y had no a a or < v ? e Ones in . f.;;'le arrest? .: the srit not to :?? con had punishing ' ? ' - v?a> -- Inhuman ' was to B ? -".rit d, CANDLER NEWEST THEATRE $750,000 Playhouse, Seating 1,200 will Open Soon. Nsw Tori ?. . .... , hsatrs. . ? i. and la le? ated at 231 W ? OB -icra are ??am H Harr.- i Bol Bloom, ? that it will : a formal ? class atti . . 1 rrso.ooo, arhich was f ' I .T'Ol new- playhouse has. a ? 1 . t, L< Ity t.f .'? ' ? . ' - - risr ? f. el . ' fast The mura ? -' ; by -\1 bert Herter. "BOOK OF HOURS" BID UP TO $300 Manuscript of f ifteenth Century Briagi Top Price at Pulsford Sale. A ' ?' Hours." a sui'erit manu? a. ripl gSa '?f the finest of ths 1 ftesnth Bf Normari Oilgii ? ? >.teriia v at ? ? ? ? ford sals at Ualleri? amas gave ? ? pi n? alao I . i'.."k of Hoars" of ? 1 1 1 ? . ! tiOfl "f "I h* Two Noble Klnsmsn." B ?Iram? founded on , sht's Tale" sad ari tti BhSllSSpSBfS aid rartl<.' h> aras sold te P '>"? Morris tor 117?, >mlth icm.-e $1C?, for ?vim? 1 ta ba b Bi ? genuine Impre?ion ol N'ash to the 1 ? ?? c 1 obtained for tilt s vi . . ? pt, all that ren alna of hly lllun si and hla a? end arito, ? 1 The t?'t?i or the BBBStea was ?.:v<7 ???v making 'he total t'. 0atS 01Mi Oh The sale s 1 ? ad this afternoon PARIS WELCOMES BRITISH KING Queen Mary and Mme. Poincare Drive Through Flag Dec? orated Avenues. ibl? to ' ? Pi ? .?? ?] : . King i and Qufen Mai y received a i tie welcome to-da? than Par corded to ...... . ? yei wore a deli' ate ] . a bin? ; : ? , ? ? - ? a ; ? ? ? ? . ? ? pearl ne? kia e with sapphiri - <* ha.I a gracli ? Ile for all she 1 her feat beslds Ml ?' "? th? (sis eoui t viel rn I igh the fsetooned ? Bnues by four bla? * ' - ? ? | a; d ??m,'rider?, and a plqueur In tha blus llvsry of i ra? i ? by Kinc Louis XIV. K Rg Gsorga '"?? an admiral'?? uni? form, with th? crimson m ' '? Le? gion of H dipli rpa st ths si '. come the K.nK and Queen, wsi . ; L. De La Ba ? -. ?-.-. a 11 refrain from ? dinner?, . .pert ?rm? ? itivl . - - ? I ? ? - ? llah aovereign'i ? I a to th? situ? ? . The Mi ? ? ils t?? ? . its - - ? being and \'<t? forei ? the T- ? averting ni ihed i to the royal coupla in -h. Time Curtain Rises To-day AFTERNOON. 2;00? Ths Midnight Girl 14th Street 2:15?Pinafore . Hipi odrome Higl Jl lu i'aeiiio ire Garden mn <v Peril ttei ?i .-Mow Tl '?> ?? KltiriKft r ti ?? Tel tmaki i Manhattan ? Beauty Shot \ ?? - H.rile or Bond Street. Bhubetl Th- Ti.d ' anai . Lyrle 2 20 Bar! .New Amaterdam i ,i impy . Margan ? K\ ?Un . Liberty Too SI i cet .Comedy Peg o' ?! Hear) .?'on s.-- i ? Key? to Baldpate Mlaleadins Lad? . ? :.'? of I.- '.' or? 'Ir.ipire 2:30 ?The Thinga Thai Ci house Iterbo Marrying Money .Pr Help Wanted Mazln? Elllott'a Th? Dumm]. if idaoi V I'.-itr of Six? ? . Longai i" Tr .?i, Uttla EVENING. l-ga?The Midnight ?.?n .... 44th gtreet Pinafore . Hippodrome ?a ! Irl of 1 lardei 8:15?Histi Jink* Cm o Ranci Madlsoi - .r- ?;.-?rrj**n Pol ?fh <v-. ?Perl? ittei i 'ohan'a , or*' ,i Mel ropolitan The Yellow Ticket.Kiting? ? ?mar th? T< i tmaker.. .Mas liii.thea .Mooth Bell? of Bond street...8bubert '1 h? Ii' autj Shop.\i-tor Th? Red ? anan. i,- ? 820?San .New Amsterdam . ,i timpy.Wal Matgarel Angl . Liberty -, -,?. Mai ?? l ooka.3:?th E Kitty Ma< K* pi k o' My Haarl . .. i <,.? t an Keys to BsMpat? ?| o-da:.4?th Btr? ? 8:2-?-Th? Beeret. .... Th? R il? of Thre? . . Harria 8.30?'t"i... 'i hlnga That Counl 1 ha ?Crinolln? Girl. K: Jei rj . i. M,,n s.iK Mor--- Prlnceaa Help Wnrted.Maiin? l.lhott? ?i ha Dummy . .H ? Mil I? .-i ? k Lady.KlIioii A Pair of 8lxea.Longacre 1.-./?. . 1 Of iyonora. I. The Truth.little STOCK AND ONE WEEK THEATRES. -,.**>_. ierriiHii gtOch < '?. -irur.ir Pla?M Btrongheari .Academy Madama \ .Bronx Young wiadom.Grand . Royal Thurston Weat Ei d VAUDEVILLE HOUSES. Dal'j l .'? ? nlng. 14.. I i ? Hsmmersteln'a . i'.hi... Alhambra 1 I.* IS.'o|o, ,.,| 1:1 . 1:15 i |:li. I.U .Hronx BURLESQUE. Mat?. Dally, Bvenli k 3.1??.? !?"..''olimhla ASSOCIATED PRESS LAUDS WILSON PLAN People Back of President's Action in Mexican Crisis. 905 ATTEND NEWS SERVICE MEETING Ma\or Mitchel Commends Fair Attitude of Press and Dis? cusses "War." r be the | ttcal faith or the tttll id? of the net*?paper?, ghoul ? ? counti tha* a: ; rrh them the I I -.?in of the BSBtl '??. are BQuaraty ha' It of Pr? ' ? in the pn . ? ? Mexlo Judging froTOglbs tons of ad the apinloas ezpn it ths 1 ncheea at the lion '?' tvi4- annual convention of Th? Abbo atad Prasa at th? w.,. yeaterda Rspreoantatlvaa, either Ii "?n ' proxy, of the I0i papera that hold a membership in the association at? ?? In the a|i s of Prcatdsnt Wilson, s/ho WSS to have t,ePn (ha gUOSt of hot.or. May ^ Mltchel tor.k hla place on th? si liet. Prank B. Noyea, of -The Waahtng? ton Bl t of ,v-e ?jggfj kuton SBd H-. J \!!<n. "f 'The V. 1 ICSB ' were the other Speak? I r'?? I? ' Wilson asm a telegram of re. greta to \\r): :ii?. y. stone, secretary of the Bssflciation, in which, after aspraaaing hla disappointment al noi heirg aMe to at tenrf V,.-. (a ,1 "i at" p. re that those present Wl ' sp prove or my remaining in TVashin?-t<.n a? the present cril ture to meet any duty that may unexpectedly a:'-? The repn ? I r,f The Associated before ;(n?i after th? at which ala msml ?r? Bf I i ? tora were elected, or re ? ? ? onsldersbie routine bual i< tad. President Noyea ca gbl th* spirit of the Si ? -? when, in presiding at th* luncl ? d a high tribute to r ? i dent Wilson for hi.s pressnt stl I towaid t!;?- Mexican problem He as opinion and re ' ? tintent ar? represented in this gathering, w? ar? to offer our tribute of respect d ta the Rfeat "ffl'-e of President of the i ? ? | und to hear tSStl tnony to the pride and affection that we feel for the great American who fj Is t gres ofl ^ toast s ? ' Bad hv Mr Noyes ard ling to the Prss Ifs M ? -amended the "fair" attltu ! ths press in this city and t tha ? OUBtry toward hitn an?i his kdmmi.-tration. Regretting- th? PrSS ident'a absence, and his, the Mayors. .speak In h:s i t g% Ml Mit? el ?-aid, In part: "Wbstevi ; a Individual ?pinioi on the questions of policy and pro' ? US that have presented to the in connection wlt:i the Mexican QUSStlOfl during tat few month?, now-, ?H'n we have tome to n point uhere the res? ident of the United Btatsa needs the sup and the press of th? that, whatever h dual opinion upon ? qusstlona he -vtU not lack either. "Th* President has realized, as w-e all ? ? .. ? ? g at home tn prob!? ma of vital Import to ths r.; a at this country ti ti i ad solution, inded Imim itlon, an-i ?' addr? ssli z hlmsslf, and th* .- vernm?->nt has been addr? ment of these proh \? destrod, as svsry 11 man i I desire, to avoid ? Mi ? i | Wl hita, "i? ?? ? oduced b; Mr Noya ????? a statsamaa sod an ige newspsper man Mr. Allen said ? ? ?. ?iatsd Press bad I ? n a ? um? Btallty in maki: s a ? .- e of the counti y r. i . : BJ Soyea and *A I. M'!.can. Bf ? n Adolph B -, of "The New York Times." and \ , tVelss of ' i'a>? Duluth Hersld." four of the dirrt-to, i arhOSS I plrad, wara re-elact? i for another term of three \.-irs at yesterday's meal I \v. v. Morgan, of "The Hu? ? Kan ? New-,' wa? elected a director in Si IV*. It. Nelson, of 'The Bl loi ?i R. M John , ? ? ??;. s Houston Post, ' a <? elected a due. ;or m piSOS "f ThOO BS '? Rs .? Sew I rieana Pi? ayune." No a'lion WSS taken <"i the prOpOSSd amendment to the bylaw? of the B elation providing for an sxtsnsion of I at sat in which hoth morning and evening papers may receive publish nsws BUppUed by the Asso clatsd Press service M. H. de young, of 'The San !'rar iBCB ' h:on!? le." Intro? duced an - '"'.lining the action of tii* board of dire, tors In declaring that William R. Hearst violated tha b) publishing "The San FrS Blnsr" under a UtlS ? ah -..ated to . ?ion that it is an Oakland ass Bpapai ? The board of directors will meet to-day ?? '." ." a rn a' the Waldorf to elect of a for the ensuing year Tn* annual dinner srill bs beM at the same total to? night Qovsrnor Oljma and Job li? ar? expe'-t'd to -; ? THEATRICAL NOTES. Cyril Maude's engagement at TVaKa ks in "Grumpy" wl" 'lose MotMlay, April ttt. when M m M rgarj Mande win leave th of "I.atly Wlndermeres Fan" and apt ?a. fog t? ?? last t'.nie h?"? w;th bST father. ".-he Stoops t?! Coro/ie-" Is to he gu en In the publie and hiuh school auditoriums tinder the anSBSCSS Of ?M WfBgS l.a?-: ers' Th BBtra lift g"*-1 and the Theatre Centra fur .-.hot-.' as ing Monday afternoon, April t;.'. ui PuMI b< hool I, Lawrence and B Rahaarsala ha ? bsgua for "The Yeo? man of the ?imid." the Qtlbert and S illi \an i-nmi- fof which the M./'? Bhubsrt and William A P.-.t : planned a apring revival. William J Wll r'.n, who staRcl "Pinafore" at the Hippo? drome, will direct the rshearsals. In the ta.-t are DaWolf Hopper, Alue Rrady. ? WatarOUa, Arthur Aldridc? and Mabel Will Bl Oil Halts Post at"! "?"imar the Tent maker*1 moved Into tha Manhattan Opera lion-* Momia] for a spring engagement Mi Post la Brted by the sansa casi :?? ' a volume, of short storlss bv llar\ev ? l*H|*-gIaSi < ame turn the prrss almost Mmuitaneously with th* first nigh' of "The Dummy," th* paw play at the Hniaaa Thaatie, hv Mr 0*Hlggtns and Mii.t lord, founded on tha O'Hlggtns "/'..in? ' ?.'?.rie?? MISS LYNE SINGS WELL Soprano Wins Applause at Ru? binstein Concert. Ths rvih ?-stein h, W R Chapman muhtcal diro^tor. Rave its third and laut ron? art ef ths ? ? [ht In the grand hallr.-.om of the Waldorf-Asto-ia. The club's rhcrus ?anp a n-imher of SO* OS. Including Q. Marsehal-LSeflte'a "Ma--- Day" and Ethf-lbert Neving's "A Day In Ver.ic<\" A Btring oreh-?tra fmm the Fhlihar parl The ?soloist of the arening ^as mi?s Felice Lyre, who wy formerly colora I ' i - ino wtth < r Haaunsrstsin'a London Opera (>-iT!?a: y. ?rd wh^rn the impresario is now silnc for brcich of ? ract MiSi Lyne san? V->rdt's "?"-iro Nome.'' '' frid Si-.d?rsor.'a ??Srririt? Awak<?n Ing" and the "Shadow Sor.n ' from "Pt norah." T ?-? large ??.?ernM.-iee -Aas m^yt en i Its greet | I ?'?? yo ,nc soprarv\ -t hem? her only a; | rsaOS th .?= Bl UB : :n New York. ARTISTS DEFY WANE OF CONCERT SEASON Leginska and Caslova Give Re? citai- Mrs. Watts Gives Dance to "Apollo's' Hymn." Th? concert Beaaou id og hard night sas - a racit il m Aeolian Hall, when ti\r> young women, r.">th of whom ? sas fsr i rs than usual ability, I ? -e and en ? Kot'i ? oung won r n h IT? h*?>n heard he fi ??? ; h i m ison. They were Ethel Legtn* I Mai ? ? aalet ?. violinist. ? -i the pros m In ii minor. Op M, a-, Interest I Composition that wa-^ re. airing U.i first :: in Ameii a. The two artists ahowi irable anssmbla sptnt, and warm, though, in th. ol M -- una After tl.e opening number Miss Iroginska. played a group of ?Chopin Preludes, in which aha or. her iwei in her Interpreta? tions there and If Bha aentlmentalixed, for In Prelude, it never ? Miss Lesrinsk,. la I i Of the most re marl- . n | now before the . \ et in h?,r plaj Ing thai i liity a Ltii h in mus?? al par* ? be d ited ma ??.a followed with a group of ??tons, In ? ? fluency, in ? on Mra Roger Watt, java Mori ment" at the nooth Theatre, Ths must* tntsraat in the programme lay in th? participation of th? Trio ?le Lutece, which, ther things, i :.iyed the n ' ? . ? : mn to Apollo." to whKh | iv? what the called a "Ore< - - bailee. Th? ?i in the pro? ?^?diri?.4. e $10.000 TO MOUNT HOLYOKE Will of Horace Bailey Thacker Filed for Probate. Beouesta of ItO.OM to Mount Hoi? >ok- College and <?. UKe amount to th? ? : y (or the Pre* *ni. . lo Anima ? wen th? filins for probate of the will ut 1. .1 on th ?t. Other i . n the ?ill Included 12.100 to tl ?i . H' 'I j . ? Horn? ? ? ? . of Mount ? th fc'alem I . Skin a teltef of the L> l ? uute and ' Thi e of the < more I left MISS GARDEN FLEES CHICAGO OPERA CO. Cuts Performances and Hurries Here en Route for Europe? Is at Ritz = Carlton. ? ? that Mar.- Gerden "ill not ilng ?-???, fled I the Chi? cago < She t".,r (?Tew York, II : by ... ma of hi r mai that her failuri alth i ?i, In view of th? ? ? ? i able to .; ? roPl , ?hough having felled In four In the leal :? -a daya to a| i- ar ai .\ || area to ha i a aung at St. !.. rhere is a r imor hi re t ih? i th the ' ihl - i to re tui n to Europe M larden ? ts-Cs itoa here last nigh!, ? lire ' WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY, \Ttos .. - th? Amu An Sow Toril M .-?? :m ai.'l the Ar.arium. lot Re? Mediana ' is .?. Wyekott aad Myrtle aver. Oraphta Art? Cxpeel ' atral r?!??? -' th? , 2 WWI iHth it. .......... -.? ? ..??- r*-.v i>; -1:*i \a.,ir .. \ ? rB. 1 ?oa ' Hew to Writ? n ? - ef the ... of Saw 1 I ??Tv of ?!.? R-.-oi.uri to rr* ?I Sag H beulMhlp K?w Totrk. nj p in. Lnacb-M - '?-? ?S nf ?*? **? Il et Mj, . . ? v-? l?tl ? -orla, 1 ; rn a ef the Meets* CI? . Waldarl-wks '? r- rn I ? -,... , ,.,, i^tion. -, . ? 7 r tn. ? ? ? f the Old Ouard Hotel , ; : ? it. ? . ties Ma ? ; o u*<-- ?.; ^f ? ? l r? "? -.'?? it? i >??riaitee '. ? I .-.-. M. ?? I >. s Addn '? II . ? M ?-.<??? Ferai ' ' ? : -. ? * H-h ?t. - I m World 1 * Da i Mad ? ? i . _ . I:IS | -, '-.????? |;ia v . -> ? a and Vat ? ? ' rest i ??: K ? ? 1 - ? i ' % > l Ile LI C-.JV 500 t\'< 11' ?ti ictlen In '?? ? i"u i it* " n -> ?*,i \ a l<her feuns M-n . i i*U. i ' i seanaetl? r In sew To? i? ? . OBITUARY. JOHN MESSENGER. Bxritemenl caused by the recent long BSSSion of the Queens grand ?ury, of l ch he was a member, t.-w* the pnn tau.-e tf tie 'hath, from heart disease, yesterdsy of John Messesger, t.f Long Island dtp. Mr. Mes?eng?r was for a time B UPSI Intendant of the aquari? um at Coney Island, and liter president Bf the New- York Aquarium, at Sith at. ard Broadaray. H? spent several yearj. travelling :n seart-h 'if rare animals. In 1?90 h* came to I.ong Island ? itv and formed the firm of ?'lonln 4t Mes? senger Ha Iea\e- hid wido-v ar 1 two sons. John Messenger a t?-a ? ;?r in the reaant High School. I.e> ;e Mes? senger, a teacher tn the Elmhurst High BchOoL and a daughter, Mrs Gertrude Van Dussa. of Newark. Mr Mess, nger ta.is a Mason, an Klk and a memher of th* erar.d council of the Royal Ar ELSA ROEDER. ? l he Tr,run? Correepw lei Orange. N. J . April Cl Miss Klsa Roeder. 31 vears oI?l. daughter of the Rev. I>r. and Mr.? Adolph Roeder. Bled at her h "tne II ClSVSlsad Bl . here t'^-day. after an Illness of several weeks Miss Roeder studied painting under Hosrard Pvle at his Wilmington .-olony Bad under Kiwatd Penfleld, ^' New v Orit Bhe was best Known for her Indian Btudlea and palntlriK?? of Main* l?nd srapes and fisher folk. ^*r fatksr IS ?lent of the State Clvle federation and n writer on religious and econom?a - ts Besldaa her parents she leaves on* brother. The funeral will be held at her late home Thursdav afternoon ?, PROF. CHARLES S. S. PEIRCE. 1 j graph I "he 1 Tort Jervts, N. v.. April IL?Professa* Charlea s Bandars Pairee, logtrlsn, mathetnatlfian and 8' ientist, Is dead at his home near MUford, Penn. I?1" B UI seventy four year? old, and was bom in bridge. Masa He was a Har.aid frsduat? H Brsl formnlated tha philo? sophie prlnclp'e which he named "p-ag mstlciam" For a time Professor Paires was for.ne.-ted with the United Plates ' ;? 1 was a lecturer In loen? at Johns Hopkins University H? was a cousin of Senator Lodge SIR E. DURNING-LAWRENCE. London. April 7.'! Sir i.lwin Hurn ? -. e, who attained celebrity by bis two works, "Raion Is Shakespeare.' and "The ? ?? ? are Myth, died to? da] Ha was Bsvanty-asven ysara old. Sir Edwin WSS for more than f? " iraars In English polities, and from 10s to 1901 wa" M. P. for TrurO. He was created baronet m IStI lie was mir r:?-i. bul there la no heir to th?. title ? MRS. CATHERINE S. M'CARTNEY. 1 ? ?eraph to The TlitMia ' u .,. 1 I'.arre. Pena . April IL- Mra - ? e M'-'artney, for twenty? three year.s a regent of the Daughters sf ths Amerieaa Revolution, is dead at th? home of bar *u;'er here. She was al?o a member of many otht'r patriot!'- societies and widely known as a genealogist. LET NATION CURB SPEED. SAYS TAFT EX'President. Addressing "Antis," Only Touches on Suffrage Problem. 1 '.-President Taft made a plea foe more era BS agSinat present-day In an address last r.isrht at th.? Cosmopolitan Club, under the auspices of '?? -.?.- fork State Association OppOM i to Woma Mr. Taft cave as the tills of His sddress "Signs of the T mee." Mi ? ' ; I.? Ines on th? sub? ject of woman suffrage, In referring to tha ? vuhtants ad an pie of the ? ? ? m vio He siso spoke of the us?- of d;na trlkers IB labor dir-putes, ard of the 1'1-ter uprising, hut he made no ?m? Mexican situation. Mr. Taft con;. largsl to the Initiative, referendum and recall, w-hich, he said, involved a principle destructive to the Iwarks nf constitutional govern? >!?> a;-o referred to ths recall of ns, pro] ad by Roese a I These reforms hs < mete .?ed as eman? ating from those who wsnt t.. substitute tical maehln?:r>" for the itlve govarnmsi I providsd our Constltutioa The speaker Bald thai II has been er the new ??eherne of popular goverom . ? i vote of 12-7 t of the population might over? rule a n '?: the I tatted Btatef Su pr> me Court. One of the "signs of the times ' with Which Ml Ttlft disagreed, was the tad 1 - '?'? a atlon, 11? also . .- - - a'fl recent luburi -nasa way to prison Mr ? ? ? to the International Work? - World, mentioning Ha] wood im. He sa'd their utterances and experlencea would prove Bslutary i.". arousing th?- jeo?.;e to a of the reel aasd "f moderate .?. and polittt al print lples. ASTOR MAY BUY BRANDON Said to Have His Eye on His? toric Virginia Estate. Telegraph te Th? Tribun? | r.ichmori'! \'a.. Arrii 21.?Vtncant As? tor Ii reported to have been ncjot.atlng a Bf Frar.don. the 200 year?old Harrison home on th? James Rive-, nt the timt? he m.? stricken with tiir.e?: - Agents acting tor Mr Astor to have learned tl ? price "' the ? ? on?rmation of th? led purchase could be obtained Brandon contains ? 909 a >-?-. about one?half "f the original estate Ob it stand the old hot astead, a btch con? of hIstoric 1 elle-'. .-aid Usands of dollar.? It Is - ? s negol a one for the pur ? of the pi perty will be resumed IB Mr Astor 1h able t 1 attend ? ? far from Curia Neck ' 1 the 1300.000 .-tite re. ep-lv pur? ? ?" K ?; Killing?, of ?'le\e Bd New I . Astor Well "in Ten Days." Vincent Aator'a condition continues to Improve, S'-fording to repot h ysstSfday from tlie ?Staatsburg h?mie ef Rsbect P? Huntington, father of Mr. A.?tor ? flap, e* "In ten days we hope for a complete recovery." aald Mr. Huntington. 'Mr Astor cot up for a ehort time >e?terday, " i w.i prebeM] be up again le-dsi -?> KEARNEY?ADAMS. ' f s? The Ti It m - B irteu ' ' . ngton, April tL?The marriage of j Mlsi Edmonla Adama dsughtst of Hear1 Admit.il and Mr*. I D. Adam", to I r 1 'ttd a Kearney, of the 1 -uted s;rttis Public Health 1st ?lea took placa at noon to-day at the home of the hrtde In COB? Bectlcul a\e Mrs Parclval Hodge, sta? ter of the 1--M?. w n matron "f honor Dr '. A Rlfler, U B N . w ,? he i man ELECTRICITY AN ENEMY OF CANCER Hospital Authorities An? nounce Success in Treat? ing Dreaded Disease. The New York Skin and Cancer Hoa ! rita!, at 19th tl and S? eond ave . Issued a statement yesterday describing the treatment of cancer by electricity and announcing the ?ucees* of ?uch treatment, not onlv in the alleviation of pain but aso hs an aid to th?? restoration of health. There are three method? of treatment mentioned These are known as fulgura? tion, thermo-radio therapathy and elec? tro-i oagulatlon. These indicate, respe. - tlvety, a starvation, a heating; and a cooking of the cancer cells. The last named term is one Riven b> Poyen, of Paris, to designate the method In which currents of high frequency are used for destroying growths, fanner ?ells are destroyed bg' a temperature between ,-v) and 'cj degrees i'. (i:i and 130 degree? F ?. while normal OSUs ?re resistant up to II degrees <\ .140 degrees F ? In MM Poyen claimed that the heat produced by cur? rents of sufficient strength caused ? coagulation of th? tissue and a destruc? tion of cancer cells, even nt a ?-onsidera ahk depth, without the destruction of the normal cells fcleetro-roaguation ha? many advan? tages. It can be use! in those tissues In aeeedStMe to the knife This treatment has been u-ed at the hosrital with satis? factory results In fifty case?. Fulguration or starvation bv electricity Is used afer operation?, when there I? no microscopical trac? of ean<-er tissue. An electrical spark Is used, which ?eta not upon the growth, but upon the soil mi which the growth might develop. Thermo-radiotherapy is a method of thermo-penetration-a heating of the dis? eased tissue, with the addition of a cool? ing of the ?kin, the purpose being to render the tissue to be treated more ?en? suive to the \-r,iyp. It tniv be employed ?fier fulguration In operable ?ases of ad?an?~ed ?water, In Inoperable case? and with patients who reject ?11 operative interference ?t may be employed a? a palliative measure. MARRIED. DDCON?-COOK?On Saturday. Arrll II. 1010, at the l'entrai Preebvterlan t'hurch. New York City, Madelein? limiting ?ook, daughter of Henry F. took and I>>na PShys ?.'ook, to Theo? dore l'olhemus Pixon. MICKE- LOWE At Ashhoro. N C, April >. 1314. Miss Ida I-owe to Mr. Isaac Hlchs, of Roslyn. N. i. POTT BL.YTHE- on Tucsdav, April 21. by the Right Rev Da*, id H Gr?er, D. P., Madeleine P. Bhthe to the Rev. U. H. rott. PettcOfl ef mirrlsge? and deaths must b? ?c? BSBSSaasd by full name and addret?. DIED. Ho t. Augustus W. Torrsy, John. Jones. If. Tercy. Ven Antwerp Helen Thurston. ]* - Waldo Hoe ird r. Titsworth. Pa?, id E ZaLrtski?, Charlas F H'">VT- Augustus Wood?, son of the late Hentv I . at ?Bethel, ?'onu . April 11, after a lingering illness. Funeral ser ?rtcefl ?t 75 west 47th st, on Wednesday at 2 p. in. Interment at convenience of family. jones Suddenly, n? i."? ?sgales, ?'al. Bnturday, April u. n I ? ae< - ond h^ii "f Heiirv PhlaeSfl and Ada An? derson Jones. In his ,14th year l-'uneral services will he held ?t the residence of hi? father. 43 Broad ?| . Thursday, Apr! "\ at :..*/> o'clock. Prienda win lundi? omit flowers. THURgTON?On ZOth Inst., at 1er late residence. St. .1er-- - Road, Harrow England, Ix)ie. wife..' E i ...;e. Thurs ton and youngest daughter ot :<:orge B. Rajmond. of Mocrlstown, N. J. TITSWORTH Entered into reut on Tuesday, April LM io?4. a* riamneid N. .1 . i ?a?. M i:. be>Oved husband of Nettle Potter TttSWOrth Notice ?' eer\ kc.-i her?-aftet TORRKT At Wllkes-Berre, Pena . April 10, 1011 John Torrey, In h:s 'rid >eai husband ?.f Mary s (Packler) Torre and ar one time a niemher of the Ne? Jersey Senate. Funeral service? at his lat? residence, .". Terrace st . wllttes* Barre, on Wedneeday morning, April 8 at in o'clock. lnf?-rment at I.akeh'jrst, N. J . at C p. m , Thursday. van ANTWERP Entered into life star* nal. at Montioello. N. Y . April li, 1914. Helen, wife of the lat* Edwin Van Ant? werp, o.' Newark. N. J. WALDO??At the City Club of New York, Sunday night, April 10, lOM. Howard l/>vett Waldo, ag?d M, beloved husband Of Clara Sullivan, son of Howard Waldo and the late Isahelle Hoe Funeral eer vlcea Will b? hel?l at St Matthew's Chureh, 28 West Mth st.. New York City. Ii a. m , Wednesday, April C'J Inter I I ? private. Kindly om:t flowera. Z \BRTSKrE-?"har>? Prodsrleh Zshrie kie, heloved huf-band of Minnie Roger Zahrlskie. In hla OSth ?^ar F:n?!ril ?' Si Ignatius Church, ?"th st and West Knd n\e.. ?t in a m Wednesday. Kind? ly omit flowers. MANHATTAN. Br.yi,E. Annie H , 2?4 ?>7tn s?. April ?A aged OK. Funeral to-morrou KENNET, Prank. Til F*??t UMS Bj . April 10, aged 24 Puneral to-day at 2 p. ni. LDWERRA DoWttl ?'. 1?*<29 rollege a-.e, April 11 Funeral to-morrow ai I ' h. m REOENBKRO, Anr?. M West l?th at BTEIER, Caroline, Ml Fast nth st. April '.'.?, aged 4? Funeral to-day at ? p. m BROOKLYN BACHERT, Rudolph, 1211 Hancock ?t a?e?l 4?. RKNsMANN. Fni H, ?Ml ?*':mm?*rfle'd j-t . April '-'", aged '.'i. Funeral t'j-niorro?* at 2 p. m. CONNERTT, Bridge'. Ml CliftM Pta<-e April M. Funeral to-morrow. CROB& Johanna. I5t Tompklns PI?, e April 13 Funeral to-day at :. a m FIKT.P. Amanda F. Ml Chaunesy st April ?>, aged SI. Funeral to-da K p m PORMAN, Rohe-r T. f? Jefferson ave Apr-.: 90, aged <: Funeial to-dav I SO p. m. Fi ?LUERTOK, WIlliasB, UN Plathash ave . April Ml aged ? Ft i,han. Mary, 2:0 Hamilton ?\e. Apt '." Isin,era. to-niiirrow at 2 30 p in G'.Rr'CN. > '.eo-sr? T ?>.'*a ?"?reene ave April M aged 51 Funeral to-morrow ?? T M p. m KEENAN, Anns T.. V>1 Baltic st . April M Funeral tomorrow at 10 a m MARWEDE, Herhsrl N *?* Bedford ave. April M, aged y> Mineral Prl '. i at ; p. m. Qt I?;?;. James. IM I ittOfl ??? , Apr-I ? l-'uneral to-morrow ?t I a m SI I.I.I'.'XN. John J. 14? North M st. Apr; ts, aged ? I/1NO ISLAND POTH, Marta I. at Savvil'.e. Ap: aged T4 l-'uneral to-day at ? p m m BBARp. Henry Poetar, 1TI ttbm a^e, Patcliogue, April l?. KEW JERSEY SARRONE, l/oulsa. i?s*i WlBew a\? Hoboken, April :i aged ?>? BURKARD Mary, HI York s? . Ja - ? it? . April j> CHURCH, Andrew I., at S? ,th Rive;. April '.'1 KIMNAI.I. Hatt.e g ?s? I nion ?t. Montclair, April B, ag?-.i ,n METER, l'or, f w H WsM M ?t. Bayonne, hprll M aged n PuaaggJ ta day at I'M p ? CE M ET ERICS. IHr WOOOLAWK rrMETERT. ?aiil ?f B^ Hnrlem Train an? bv TrOlUr. om.?. .o Baal '.'.?i st.. K. T.