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THE TRIBUNE'S F OR El G N NEWS
SOVEREIGNS VISIT LADY IRENE CURZ Half-American Girl Heir to Peerage Make Debut as Hostess. MBAS4SADOR PAGE AMONG FIRST GUES ; ady Cheylesmore to (live D< n Honor of Her Elder Son' Coming of Age. IB?*, dinner and ird i'tirT-.oti of Kedlestos debutants daughter, Lad) ir.-ne . was c-'e ?)f the most BPSCtSCUll ?Sasen'B events. 1 111 H? ' ount ?>f St h of the Puke of Argyll their mi ?res*? 1 - to attend the 01 bah, but took tea In tha afteri wltl the ; im Landy Irene, who rere tbeli majesties with her father, her >OU - I nu. M?un?t ? nda in. id? ntall; Laady I? ? own liuht ?"? Kr" eni ronferred wltli ? der i" The di ni ? was served In s dli roc' ! ?'urz town aerase, 1 Carltem Hous? Terr o*-?**rl?*oai*>g* Bt Park. The sp msnl waa lighted wits five ?-reat ci nelier* and the cut crystal walls s par: ? with gobelin tapest? ?' the dining tali?? Were srxiy ?rue LaAdy Irene CUTSOn was an Bttrac ? a |n a ?imp ? s bite dr SSI ? gtOl e "? her mother, 01 whom it ntly remind? ? eptlon room there hung a -!h portrait of the beautiful Chle glrl ??ho in UK was married to i,e?> ? isniel Curson, raised to th< ihre?- ?ears later. After dinner two ballroom? were use for the dan? e and two hands pla; throughout the evening. Masse? of a used to ad? salons. Among the guest.? wars A idor and Mrs and Miss P Tueeday night the ambassador .1 m. nded the dinner of : v Fund i 'u Wednesday - ?rust of the Aili? Ben? ? ? \aoot latloa, on Thu . ?.-.?. ?i at tha dedication >?i ? -, and erlth the Eng I tasa literary hody. and Mr? Pace s t the stal tnquet an?i otl ? next week In connection w - 1 r,f the >?i\.-.i couple from l?? They will -air??? h.- guests St party I by Fi ancla Li 1 ? ? 1 1 B the ol a III i-? th? 1 ?? ? m lor and Prlne-esa U< hnowsky, t f Rutland, Lasdy I' and Miss 1 ! insrd, Bli vVtllu ? :, ? 1,. 11 ? : ?, t and Qt . 11 imi 1 \ft??'? the dinn? r iheie w for 1 Ich about - ? 0 been las <.-<i. Chi ? - ? a ? otillon ? house, i ?? Prlno ? ;ate. in hrinor of the omlng Of ?in of h . ?:.?? Hoi i -.-?i cl? Eaton. me a ill enp a ?la'i ??? .1 r?l and Will lead the cotillon Wi ?,m, ? ' ? Bei keli Levett and the ? for! irllngto . will be a hall on Wedni Baal etyi ian foi Misa Pn t w ho Is urt ne: b . i?ly Blythsw.1 fi Douglas, SI \ h? o ml ' '1 fd? ;. i"i tl . olet Asar Robai let Mi Bra Martin rel irned to 1 aondon from u ? ontinenl on Thursday. She Is one 1 for Sn- .lor-, ph Beecham ..-t :,? opi r.? .1 ml for Hi? Russia ? .,? 1 'i m > Lam . as ai?- Mr? Joti Mrs William B I." 'is snd "th. \r:p il? ails. The imi -eturnr to ' n? st? i't Sid Houi Ir, froi .? -i will be rejoli d I ? ,- nexl bj ? who um? 'n l'an?. 1 ' ike snd ' Manches!? now m 1 esideni ? al ?? ' Iros?, en? ere. ' ?? ? ink? ol ?? ? atm - ent? rtal all?, at Baton Hrill fi vest -or? InINCE OF WALES ADEPT AT SPORTS Polo. Football, Motoring. Shoot tag and 'Ooss?Country Running Among His Diversions. p..) The Prince of w ,,i? the K 1 "f spam a tlclpanl In outdoor sports, lie ha: 1 olo, snd during the ri holiday.? it Windsor with hli brother, Prime Alhert. h?- was up br?gh snd early each moroJag for an hour '1 ? ? the Rame. The heir t" th< throne, while he 1 ss ne\e?- had a Bsrtoui enjoy r health, is not r>i>u?t. which prob OUntS for the fart :iiu?-h tima? as possible In th? air. ? all the rr.emhers of the royal perfectly hi home ich i?. la also s good shot took up nvtortni", foot .OOuntry running l>ur 'llig his visit 10 Norway he tti??i hi? Si ?kllnf*. The Bnglieh rief.? makes the most of compllshments In this ihm, and are Well supplied with plit 111 es snd n? wa ol t ? Prl see a m< t e* m? a ?1 ? ? GERMANY DINES ON DOGS -Canine Meat Diet Charms Popular Taste. ? able to The Trtb 11 - | U ,\ 5 I>os meat I? t?e?*i?mins ? ? ? many ' han fi it? doga s ei e 'i- man) a il? in 1 !?: ; the ...i4 ? |3 a ate 1.172 m :'"? sad -SO .n Baxonj siso consumed much dog sad se\?i?i ?nies lind it neres I t,, open <ne?ial hut?.her a)hc?t>s for . meut milling. LADY R< ?THKRMERE OP HEMBT1 D. , Wife of Sir Har?.Id II;, i -n-.aworth. who was rslaad to the peerage rsoantly $1,500,000 SHINES IN PEARL BAUBLE Necklace, Just Completed in London, Is Worth Record Price. | By i'at.'e le 1 h? Tilhune. ] Iyor.rlor, Ms] " Mas Mayar, th? ton Garden diamond and pearl merchant, who egg the owner ?if the famous string r.f pearls, rallied n t $?C'./"?*>, stolon while in transit from Parts t" London, I i completed another ne kl* e thai ? worth ? SUSS,?! This is g re. i.rd |tl the- \ nine of ne.-K- ? . i posad tWO hundred psarla, perfectl) graduated to match in Ore pearl alone obi ( - ? another Both an ? irroWa eggs. Mr. Mayer aaya ?I anticipate any difficult) In a? and 1-? in no haste to do sft, becs ?se Ihe pearl* it? d wealth mi us ; of th? high? si The report ".eicei of ... that the statement ? there ai ?? i?nh ?if pearla In th? Psi lal ? ? ??? '?"' i "i II market one waj ?'i the otl "In th? eat A tlea J< arellera - mon Ihnn 12(0,000,0 " 1 '. ? i s, and m ' ? ? thai pearl flslieii? ' ic world pre ?? liner ge Id aay that prices will hi t? nd of* ?I'll' ' ISLE OF WIGHT DISEASE DECIMATES ENGLISH BEES Ten Million of Dutch Variety, Believed To Be Immune, Imported from Amsterdam. i ? ... In th? ? i ? - ' ? il s the ? tai- il i : countrj. t? ii million i >ut< h I ? ? ?i???d from Am-!, i. . ?. board the i ti an.. .- ZaanstrSm ? ? ? ? i ? i. .*, and ?m aupposed to be Iwit* I Ii expected they will do much good 'i lie ten million b? ? fi om t he hold ol the Zaanati 5m ?? ere ca? 11? d In thi I - - ,. nd sis The- ski i - ?? ? i ? ' os? d on the bottoi sacking, In whl? ron and th? re In the ?ui.-?? of the. I i everal bees ? and ti,-?? ?ail.? around the wharf wh n th?' ship arrived, buszlns sround th? bed ?!'" k 1 Ihlag Bpproa hing a | an ? H straight :n' ??as deftl) removed ' an expei I ? i with s m ' ? '? hlcfa he was _tendlns th? aacl For setas constantly on the alert t in time the amed to decide that everybodj wai friendly ami modlfie-d th? itiiu?le, even Battling os the workmen'i bar? arm* and walking ai'OMt on them In a confldlns manner. The t? -x? ?? sad were loSded IntO i.nlwa. UUCkS atid taK'ii d'?wn tu Burea In Buffolk, ??hero th? h ? farin of Mer Mason. B Well known .n ?.- ? t IE Situa ?' .1 MADE $400 A WEEK BY SELLING COCAINE Georges Croquet Bought It in Belgium and Sold It Ayain in Paris. I B) ' \ man who made it"" ?a . ? kl i and ?>th?i- di tig? in Parts ? -in h? th Although the i?'- ved him tui months, In ? . ; . d through then In the bar* .,f Uie- ninht ri'S tauranta ha was kin>v\n as MMerej Bomb," on s loount ol I It? ????? t.ti oses In ?*. h'.e-h I "Mi i ? ) Bomb teht i ? si nsi l eicorges (Troquet ?v. nt !?> Belgium twioe ?. ?? ? a St se? en i P' tin? weight, r? ? ? -? ' m Parla afterward at HO ?.i proftl ?Croqu?t ??as h:...?? B U) t:a?<- h.ii'k. ! - Baverai tinca tt"- poUca wait? I loi him at the ??are tin Nor?!, ??lien ha ,k turning I)??m BslgiUBB, hill bt Used !?? gel ?out al a diffei.nt ?t.ttioii BVSTJ tlOM, I wh.-ii- an BtJtOSBahila ?.m waiting t?> drive i him Into Taris. ? BIG GAME HUNTER LA?DS ROOSEVELT Sir H. Selon Karr Thinks Colonels Trip Showed Pluck and Courage. PROMINENT MEN ON THE LUSITANIA Sir Savile Crossley, Morris Gest. the Hon. Lionel Ouest, W. L Ablagdon, Joshca Crane. I ;..,?. ? ' . ?M-. i...p.i?" . Ma: ? - Karr, the ?? .ii ?.'i..-.', 'ii. tall InS ? ?n the Lusttsi I i " ds . Bald 1 Roosevelt's Bouth In i csn trip showsd ?in. k ;?r..i courage "II was ? brove thing for him to do, he said, ? ???? strUJly at his age. i 'ie? not bellev? ha wtwM tell ii?-?. \ ... i admire him for what he has done Brasil la a wonderful coontrj "tie .if the few still unknown, Roosevelt Is a ? ? i ? ? .niai les ble mai Mai ? opls do not i- Ilev? all h? says, but In this par ..' ;??..?. ? | mu -t !?? remem? bered thai all Bs.?loi?'is ara ealoua " , Mis Thomas i. Preston, Jr., form-irty Mrs Orovor Cleveland, also saile?! on the Lualtania She told The Trireme corrs spondenl she was going tn America o-i a purely prlVBtB matter, aid SZPSCtS to re tara t?? rejoin her children and her hua band, a resesrch w-..! k m tin British M -"'in, " ? sa aoon aa her in the railway car? ii a p.h." : covered pai <I labelled, iti a chfldleh hand, Bot roysg. " it had been aeni by her bot and her daugh ..!.. Is and R ith. Joshua t'rane, tue International tennis player, who sise asilad, sai.i he hopeel England would again trln, but thought II tras too far in the future t.. aaj any? thing definitely. DiaCUaslnS polo prospects, he said: "T.urd IVImborne'a team looks shot to bul i et i talnrj ttiiiik ESnglsnd should ti.??, i team, l trial) Buckmaater WOUld gO I don't think he WOUld win tiie trophy, but he would eome 'iu far* "us]? near it." W Klnsella, the English profaaalonsl tannia player, acoompsnlad Mr, ? rana Another passenger was J H. s. ,?rs I i > Appleton A- Co., ?*? I i that, after Inspecting the English field, inable i?> we any! ? mbllns i real ne-i? author on I - Hoi i Is ? ;? ? tt that he had a 'IUitr.1 "Engaged," Walter Howard's play "ii the story of "The Rosary," f"r ?? * \t inhattan ?Opera House at the rnd si \ isust, sa well ai Theodore KosIoit's - mini London pi He .-?nel Bl - Mr. < lest ha<! w ith him I " ?.? h,. i. H? -ni Man Klaa I :"ke the m i" with thla " Mon ? i ? .. i. How vo? sger a II h Mor he s lal recot ei-ing ,. "Potash and P? ter" eoi I ? Blr Bavlle t*i | the expectation ?u si d T? ? ? ! Un???? Ii? ?. ... . ? ? iid ? -? ' "? ' ? r hand."." ?' i the Hon Lioh? ' ? ? ?. i i -. I take a two moni da and thei aome time at a pin? e In ? an i ? ? ? nla ??? !? '??' i. II .ngiion, Anton and Mis I luden;.? I Mrs QUJ N'l. ? kail Mi ai .1 Mr M I R? | is '?? AI ;-? ? ' Bwast i: H Sparling, Ch ries H Younger, Horse? Lee Washington, Amef ' ; erpool; Bdwsrd Allan ? ton, Lord Ms: i . '?' Leeds and Mi end Mi i ? Th? Imerican Inl * er with ?-.-?' .. ner arrtvini ? '? ? ?????ii .m hen eluding I.ee ghul chased I ? which was pl_y< d recentl) at I ? ?' Mi.-s- Hornlman'a ' Mr rs th? play, whl? h ni mai m? d Rubin stein, only ta-enl ? t; .? . ? . . , . sill ta ?. Plrsi ? : n the lnt< rmai " f i ? ,'. ?. ? i ;. i :.. iiiiiuf.i til--..?? 'i ,.i : rht,"A Pair ol ? th. , I'rinoe nf Wale* The ??? ii. n r '' Prtctt la stii at 'he nits whin t the f tin- Maural Other Ame i i? an h re i- H? - ttsl Mri John 8 i.- !?? from Pai I - Mr? R ?i i svei and in i da from lha ? ut : Mr. and Mrs H II. I Hat? Said snd Mr ind Mrs W, H. Wood, who are leaving for P I l. ?? I. n ? . wi ?' na much ' ntertali Ing; W ? ' of Boaton, ft"tn Paris: Mil I M M Httffl I 't?. en route for Pai d Mrs John p Qroves ?? i ? landed from lha Car mania Mr and Mrs Rhinelsndsr Waldo ? ? . ? . . . - ? in the -week t hav? B RltS Ml at.d Mr P i! T i ? lilllei who h era to arrange ? _gerton Wlnthroi St Jonas, Mrs Henry M Plagiai '? -? Mi? ami Mrs .1. K. Proctsi ? Ml - . At the l'ai ItOT Ml - lOBII W ' Mr .?: -I Mrs H H Bti Ith rand ' B Cralg tt r.f pi || , ;. pi... || - y I. . - u : .? -.? !.. h.,S gun?- to the country t.? the Contii ? ? Mrs P illip il Mis* Mall? I ??? ?? | ?i?i will rat ira I Manuel's Married Life Happy, Declares Ex-King's Secretary I."iid"t:. May '? M IT ; da l.avrad-?. prtvata se.-retar? of aX-KlBg M ?ri . ?lay denied re-t-mt? paMlahsd !n <;? and the United States to the aaTf* l thai proaehlag rtalt of Prtaoe Wilhelm ..? Hohanaollacn to England is f..r the ? "f taking honte Pris as ? .--.* ? tine Victoria, t" ?Inni Manuel i\-ia ni*r. ,,-: S. ? -.her I h* -. Mary 1 added The reparta rc eatl ?' faite, -i ne 'relation* of the King and Queen a: *8 ?must harpy' M'CORMICK QUITS OXFORC American Student, 111, Goes t< Smyrna for Rest. in? i-?hi? la The - ' ? (?xford, M r- I CyrtSB Met 'orml.-k, jr. a h-> left Malllol ' loll? gl ?" si i ?uni "' M i.,., th. i? n???? dotna researck work h natural hlstori on II* Island sf l"B*yrne .,?,! ?. in -.?main there for tl. McCormlck came to Osfon from ptiii---ton with good sthletic iblllt) -raining ?? I lue [? >' ?*< Id l! ?*???? :,, ,i ?j -rleeted I norai ? ? ?? tar? of Ball n.. 'mai aspected t" tak? honon I ? i ? modi ? n bist? ? It Is ? M hi ?-, dot to fivrv.. rk He wai , r popula ?"(. Balllol felloe atudents .-? TUBE SYSTEM HERE AMAZES BRITONS English Tramway Experl Praises Near Surface Subway Plan. I From The Tritt??? - '? I ?pol -l'ut I l.onilon. May t Detailed corasaenl 01 all (iee Vork itreel and subwa) tranepoi i.itii'ii Is contained m a prlvnti . ' publlsbed d< sling wsth In - nions iii.-i'ii bj a di putatlon <j: ?.,?. experta s ho i ? cent!) ? I iltei .n. w ?orfs. i M McElroy, general man. of th?- Man- heotar ? lot ; Tramways, who s:-.-ns tiie report, Uneli tl .?i erhll? the total n-imtiei ,,f ps ion arried in sreater Lasndon is rough? i?, equal m those carried m greater Sea York, in Hie latter i Ity practical! ? ?r.-ii nuaibei "f pesasngsra ate car? ried bj rapid tiHiisit systems, a? sTaTslnsi ? ?. t m i."t? ? i>? ? ling all.niiiti'iri- sa the? i it Is N'.-w fork, the report state??: "The transit i nos - operation In Neu Tort and those which are unde; ?ons'i ii?-tior? there present sum?- rsrj Interesting teal in the downtown dletrlcl are th? is high bulMlnga -the "?kys-srapera To Il,e visitor there would sppesr to be ? constanl competition for aupremacy in '??-?' ' Bui thfra |a rin e<-, .nottii?- r?-a: MM) for the existen? e of |he*M bUlkUngs! namely) th? cesastaatl) Inrresalng de* naand for business premisa? In the rom parativel) small area of this dosrntoam ? 'n The crowding of so many huf-* bulldlnga ussd for bustnesa purpose? Is 0 lin :t?'?l an area ?.is ?TOStil! a transpor? tation problem of the most complex kind. "The carrylnR of vast numbers of peo pl? froni th? oiiteklrts of the rip-, e-pe ? tally from the northern'part of Manhat tan and Th- Bronx, and nln?> from the Bbs of Brooklyn and Queens, to th? downtown ?llsti-n-t has r-reated loads of sxtraortUnsr) magnltudi load? which sre eseeedlngly d'fflcull to handle. But "? 'i' BUth?*arittes of New York have spproat-hed th.- matter snd ar<? dealing with the situation In a manner which cannot hut rommand the highest ?admira? tion fr? m all th?,?e lnteiested In prob 1? ins ??i ,it\ passenger tran>pot dation. "in re,-,nt jrsars the r?gulation, control snd devetopenent of the tr-ansit facilities ?if th? ?ii> have he. n placed in the h unis of a Public Service Commission. "The eso Ik nl wort of this commission, the thoroughness of Its investlgstlona the breadth of view srhlch It has e*?hlb? tted m making preparstlona for the future ment of the transi? facilltlee ol Sen "i '.rk. can only he full) appt. i detailed examination of the commis? sion's methoda and the WOVk it has al read] ??or..- and la ?till ? air' in? on.' Reference la made to tha subwa) In Manhattan snd it-? advantages ss < *a? ? ith !he ?|, , ?, |. \e] t : OS in Lon? don. The "'-st Intel ? ?tins foal re .,? ? ? | trai ipot ' ?' ? [scllltie-a th? un i ml raila-a; th subsray, ?-. m call it In Manhattan. The nearni ' ? ' ? ? ? SVSl, and Its iccesslbllit) si compared ??ith the n London with their lifts and long subtei nean pa it? the advantages from tin? o| view "f ?havlli dersround ral ra aa sgalnsi deep '?".e1 ? . im growth of f?en Tort's traffl snd th. plans t"i ur?-,-tmc ita demanda an deall with al tome lengih In th? iji"-.' Which remarks that the problem a i?? at m< tirad of meetlni ent do? man i- and making provlaion f" the fu? ture ??? -it:? nth.f the Public ? "I'ltl: ? .- . .. ? ' ; onception ? luthoritiea sre n ?I ? portant a dul palit) ?)" they c< - I thai the] h . ? e madt up th? i minds t" do II prop? erly. evei I ? ? - ?? ral - ilion of i lie motorb la In N? a ?? .- .?i- roui s ? \ "i-k upon w hich the n ? e In ? asa giving the p iWlc aflt of Its satlsl ? | . t s d i s - sdvsnl kg< ? - ? !l"i of t: remarl the 'a'k of control In London. Bxtrsi tx from t to the ! fort Public Bervl.mmlsslonera sre given ,?t sons Isngth ' on that the) str.'i.c.? emphasise tha Importance ?f . tins i wndltion of affair.? anslnsr ?ii h a-- is found In London, where motor? ? net.? lid 114? from th.. pol ' '?es mav run Bay? whera in the nr.-t- tpotttan area praetl? caily without control and ragulatton >f - have is fa found sores p e? ? In New fork's tl .?list fa II MRS. CLARK SINGS WELL n- - . ? . ? ? Trlbnaal London. Ma? I Mi? King Clark, wif? sf the Amerhan staging msstsT, living at Berlin, gave r, reca? rental al Be< Hal! on \\ fdn? ? la . sad ahOWOd a. rh h nMSset-soprsnc vole? ithet It) ami sofactent volume. Her treatment of old English and ?>!<1 Tuscan. French and ??errnan Mle**ti*MBB save an opportu? nst? for a wide ?an.,? of emotiessal '? preMshsa. -.?> - London to Cairo by Wireless. [aOndon, Mi? - Kn-7-laii'i and Cs to be "i-oni,?-,ted" by a ?lift w rtleee w '?? i. haa i ees ooaunen i d "--i tation, which la to ? situ . ,n OxfoTOsklra There are tn h? twd?. masts IM feet hifh While the immediate ,?hj. rti.e Is to be caira, it :? ss pouted that its -rswsa win i give It in tha night time a much sreater range, probably to Aden. I VISCOUNTESS ? i RZ< ,v; Deemed one of the two mosl beautiful women ?n London lodety. GLADYS COOPER BEAUTY QUEEN OF STAGE IS LONDONS VOTE Ellaline Terriss Also Has Countless Admirers?Lady Pole-Carew and Viscountess Curzon Considered to Bear the Palm in Society. [Fr<-.m Th? Trihun? Correspondent. 1 I/indon. May 2. -The most beautl woman on the l?on<|nn stnge is BUPPOI by hundred-? of theatl < suers to he Olai Cooper. She iia.s as large following in Bngtsnd u Mauds A?iat for Instases, In ?America. Most of < himd idolater? i are Ittl* whst mam "f rabieta Mi*.-? Cooper is appearing They go t?> the theatre onl) t.. s.-e h She is basuUful* th re is no qu< I that. Nut only ?loen the public believe in h beaut?, hut her st.'g? sisters th? ? leid her all pi sisa. "Whom ?lo I mink the i woman on the London I i ? Ethel I???.???; ?? ho ?- al ? i'0'lrome. it dependa upon the tyi As ti? the blond type, i siiouhi ? ? lladj a i ??"["-;. Bh? ? itlful woman as i have . et sean, ii we ta: the brunette t>i.e, i think Maxine ESUIoi i hke the Bngiiah t?pa of ea itj re much there \g a t n BhMSB si hut i think the American t?pe Is ti i prefi ? the brunette t? pe i am bi iinetta, ? ou -< i to ? ? I fl?r admire the Prsncfa wom< n much. The 11 a ?. some I " auUes, it Is true, h it rei few would look charming m a simo print dresa i also think Viscountei ?lurson is th- most b? lut : il social woman In London; she is perfect, lit I ?resile n ? hi- . Ban Petrosa the Austrian actress wl w is a tii. ,,i fat ??' ItS " I."'--i" now appearing In "The Marriage Market 1 imp? i foi ?>'"!? ?'ooper. ? She is th? moat i ? a itlful * i have ever mat ? ful ?? "ic h m London I ha some of them, bul i am afi aid ? ? as i sm als ! Ilka th -o t??i.- of in n ?? h Inde? i though i must tell ou then who don t. said Misa Pati - Mlai ? '??? | ii el .i?. :, -.-..; sboul i . r. look? I ? ? ish.d i am lui, ? to hear what so ?aid II prov? bos ver) nlc? and kin .. ... |o i have that then the ; ? rail? i- i ai.mi d I li'.pe I w ?in t !.. thougl for aaying that?I al I malit) t.. being knoa? ?? With a blB personality one can da ? . ?. wondered whj the] WOTS not real au Then r. aii/.ed th? I had ii" . them over the footlights Is ? ???.?.??in I think th.? ni"st beaut! Ion stage. I wouk Ilk? >.. name th).r ? le.-t one | think Elialine looks ? adiniiid Ml i Patrick I imp ? ? ? . ? .-.?t ? ? Misa Emmy Wahlen I - i ? m a woman " Bllallne Terrtss seie.-t fou ? ?. ? es?? Had) s i 'oopei, Msa Be i.Uiott, Rooabelle i ? a? rhla onl) bocausa m) huaband I Sey? mour llii-ks? say* I t: . may not have ?,- ard ?s >et. bit there are s-^.ral fjOT ?I?;:! ;..anag' : - .ir-- end? er to tl tiff lha ir who stand OUI fr"!:, sil th* I ? Bt . ? ainii i, la ? irxon. Lad) Pole? I u. I and Mr-, QuttSnhUI - landaida of women. h'iweV'T ?? l) 1.. somswhal nal, for I is basuUful those who ar" not like r. to attract th? hands of other pSSttttful women, if I aere not ?1"- ' should n"t attraction t.. my ? tad, so that no woman, In m) ? - .? catad ?? if the beestlfa ?woman re !'*"? ptaytng Is i?' ion i think th- ?? attracUve Is i-'.th-i Lsvey; get la ?is? iidedi'. shsrmlng genius, floe/lb? : Or-.e ti,.iment|-->?.-, 1 think I will tell you "a ho 13 the m-Jot beauuf-1 wonxau In Irondon, ?Ire is the wife of the man whom my huebend ha.? lndue*od to take the most a?ares in his syndl'-at??. Now you know (I.!h- " "If Kllen Terry wet? st:It plavinic in I*on?l?>n," said Lillian BralthWSltS, Who is now the groat BttTSCtlon In Mr. Wti," "one would ?? DO hesitation in men tlonlng her name at ones Her talen-.. friie at:d tlsr'rre wild ?-ombin?* to make her the most beautiful woman in London But there are so m mv others of th>? younger generation who in their turn have delighted one 'hat it would he -,m possihle to d! -'-tit- I I "I Sdnirs so mar;-, and each for th??ir OWn partn-ul.ir style that I ?-annnt civ preference to an- ??n?. but the most at trs- Uve woman I e\er met on the stase. erithout question Is Ellen Toary," sa:?i Violet Vanhr .. Bhlrley Ka?o-ft- is just as enthuslastl-* aa Miss Vanbrugh over Kllen Terry. "l"n hesltatlngly, Ellen Terry is the handsom ? ?? of them all," she ?aid. "but Irene Vanbrugh la siso eery heautifui. and her ..? t ng la wonderful." ENGLAND GUARDS MANY BEQUESTS Public Trustee Watches Over $5,51,878,000 Left by Wills. London, Msy ': Hemarkahle testimony : ilarit] of the recently ostab-? a is glvsn in .-r">i t Of C J St>wart, . ? reea tipula tton m their wills hsve ?elected his office t., adr tee whoa value la over half a billion dollars ISSl.l7l.tTr??), to be ? ?\a t | ind trusts, ss ? ' Ing to more than I . and m - thai th?? wrecking of prt? dishoneet trust . . ? thing of the past In El Ten ?. tuent thing for a trusted fam ar to make off with the money thai bad . left ? To itloi "f private ? is almost whoil) In i '?f the behind whom th govern? - - ?r.-. The su.-.. -? of this office, ? stablished onl) alx aded the ei Its promoters. It BtsVIt* ? ? ..-:?'? r ? - ?? ?? Ths oebce . wills ii ? ilfttrstor "f m.i ? ? eral I guardlai ol I Mi Btewai , - ant of MB children, so , i.... . .up and ils? ? Th.- Isrg ' ??? ?? Ml h the oflk .- |a .. ? I ? 17 7 The i .. r ? :?- ill w ith. I OWSVI ring ? tl ? ?-,:?' --.-rsoii? ill) ?nan the very wealthy or rerj - ?aliso thai ? I in '.dm pri?' ?t. I i . a I isk ol loss thl 0 :-,':! fl SUd, , ? ? .'??? or MgtSi t U ith a Boveri mentofl is l t of 1 ? i. i . - bllltj "t tot , r with The tt n I securities < I \ ? . ''.:!! "lit ? n?k of the ios.? of um th. coi._iiim.-nt is re nsihls for that. Opium Smokers To Be Shot. p. king, Ms I Pora n? rnasar tot ? "t if f.i.ind ?lii..kinr; opium at i I ? ri?-T i. ?i, i?... ,,..,, ?a?, otto s exi atk-e? ?.f 1 ? fi mu today i | ? st am m**n' '- .er ?oriv ?re ,t,J ?*? ?" ' tarSBB of penal ?erv| ' tude. LONDON CLUBS ARE BEHIND THE TIMES Buildings Are Not Kept Up to Date and Habitues Are Unsociable. SOME LACK MEANS TO SMARTEN UP Junior Army and Nav>. Whitehall and Travellers' Show D?clin? in Membership. toados Ms subi??. i-, I:-. I.o. don . ? belie-. . hotel? are. r. ?u irtj^. have ? a is.ed ha? its, ?? -?"?'at do. r. i ? ? irle "The reason." ot 9? house committee ' . c.a*~ . lub, "la that th? ?- ? ? bind tla time.-?. Their bulldingi - kept m to dat.?'. thslr furniabini >? ti?h member? lack that sen?? <,' -.r"ri?',blHty *?-"?* Ii popul. not ?h? rcmlaa*. r,emtf|i, the thinning i ? --^ lis;.--. Thei ? ? ? I hit ?( . just a* he i- ??.-?csi tor tl > ; boot, while he ?as iBBh cradle. It was an ees- ?- in U? life ,,f a young man, especia ? ?.?i In the country, that his club shojid h one of good standing, for th? reason *.hs I purl "Se? - - .-;?_ ?y his, London address. And f- -.it ??-.??. le?.-., he ins willing to pa> an er-.rraae| fee of from 160 '" H00 and ? lal t.r, ?cription of N Hoiels Ar? More Cheerful. ?'?' late ira, however the ?-exa-. man h.-?~ become inore buali esslike, ?a*. isked i)!tnself whether, all this*-. considered, -eeldence at a hotel Is not i better Investment. A i not i cheerful .?l"de for a your.- ? ?-, older membera resent noise* and (to venation, and he will go w *- < *ht*s ate more cheerful There ?. no r.tst ' ?? er. to an1 t the Lotim club la doomed i of th ;.*lons "f men . ? ? ?-hip tt the lest ClUbS Will S"On see r h e :n ?lsl up. The club must beeome mo-? iea OCratlC, and In t)-.-it It must f i'.-iw tb? tr. i .1 of the life of ? ? icy b London." Borne of the younger men era of tW clubs-seem te. regard the older ? ?s m p.'rfei-e sphlazas There Is tOO much of an SI | ???? of gl'-om about the club.? * ??:-l?- i? In ' room of he Mi : | ?me begins to ? : ? ?- i.tw funny story there Is a chOTUS ol from the readers. I rare!?- uo i th club ?? ilthough I have paldaj auhscrlptlon foi : i an'. ?bin lag 1st sending In my resignation " Meals are cheaper and gayer In hots and restaurants than In the ?, hotel one mav s-, eak to another ?fa without the formality of ar. but in some ?-Iihs such an action wot* b? regarded as Improper, at.d resent?S? of it WOUld be manifested b) Id -tin or a snub. Some Specific Cases. "The Stan'larel" hss gone s; 4t ut And o ;t the ?ondltlon of soins of th bast duba in Ieondon. and reports on It? follows. CsrltOB ?1 -l?Membership guita up 8 normal. Aero nub?Membership lncres-urg. Alpine ?'lub?Waiting Hat numerous ( Whitehall flub-Membership net H large- as ten years ago 1 nited lasrlOB Slight de-cllne IS m*? bershlp Athenaeum nub?Membership well aal* talned. Turf Club-Membership up to limit ?*?'? waltln?; list declining. Public Schools?Decline In memb??-? lavags Watting int. Travellers'? Pecl'.ne In members?P 1'nlon- Decline in membership. Brook's -?light increase In number*. Clarrick Very prosperous. Junior Army and Navy -Peeress* S Btenbarahtp The National Liberal "lib. it is ?aid. * lor-ing ground. Some of the .1er mea bers are thinking ahoir. getr ?g out t*** <:aus.- they rann??t con.? -lentlo.'sly foil*? the policy of the present government. ICE HOLDS UP VESSELS Entire Coast North of St. John'l Blockaded. St .lohn.? S I'. M?? !> -An i " en shipping rsovs?M?I BhMg the Sewfouodlsnd coaat ter tee week.? The steamer Sardinian, from Ph:la 1? phla for ? ; is| ' I a oft h*lj i .?e-n for tw. ,:,?.- h the l '? o? <4p* RSOS, waiting fot S open ., throi-gli the fiai '. . ! I?OlH. Is held in the harbor 'I ' l"*t*' from l.i?e, pool, BBSBSgS I to into St John's ? aatsrd Th. h of here ade.i b) tes, whli vented the >t. am, Ti It? ? wood, a port on Trtti s ?si fron ti-.. that tl saa fell ' soon as there was a fa?, t* thS wind the ship WOUld S Ith them f ? ?? tr? '? - two "i tnr? lall] GIVE MISSION OFFERINGS Five Hundred Girls in Ceremony at Episcopal Cathedral. PI girls from the ?. ? eiren's ?hoirs of the dio . -? I ?"> -f*" m th.- annual presertaM n of th? Lentan offerings for missions h ?ii- Si i.ools of the MOOSB* "f N'"** ?',? IB th?- t ?thedra! of St. J?.hn the P. v. ne. The stalls were oocupted b) ' ' ^ of the dio.-es?- Each ?" hool man I tt y*~ blnd Its ei : he l'.ss was r.cen cd in I iv?IW8 R I V ?-tli?* pOStOT of St Tin.: The i<e?. a. h Mhlsy, an - i * 1 " the Igotrotea, made a short addi s which he explained to the chlldrea tM apirlt of mliaioas.