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by two moro parties One door had hadletter h a alete aJ
J letter lete slide sldo In It Threo Thre women were try trjIng tryInR trying
Ing to put three pairs of eyes to this when wheft whenA
I ft squad equa of police plee came cClne around niid nld drove drovthem droethem drovethem
them away A policeman polcelan had to Btan Btanwith 8tand 8tandwith Btandwith
with his back to t each door after nfer that thatA thatA thatA
A lot of women nliov Rhoed l l hlR hlt > ltn of paper nper 1 1the In Int Inthe
the t faces fats of the police pl co and d Bald 6ld they wcrpasses were weropa8S weret
t passes pa8S but that didnt go goOut goOut goOut
Out In Fifth Fifh avenue nenle the crowd lr lrthis by bythis bythis
this time stretchwl from Irom SIte church f fFiftythird at atFlttythlrd
4 Fiftythird tmo street to the Goelot house hOI6 a aFortyninth at atFortyninth atFortyninth
Fortyninth street stret It I overflowed oerfowd the side sidewalks Hidewalks kIe kIewalks
walks and ad formed a nnrrow lane In dl th thetreet the thestet theFtreet <
etreet Every drep dreAmnller drernaker tnnlter and milllneIn milllne mHlner mHlnerIn
i In IJJew ew York seemed to l 1m > o In It I Bonn Bonntook Sometodk ome ometook
took 1IW notes not CR A lone Ion mouited moU ted polcelln polcellntrl poIicernn poIicernntried > oliceimit oliceimittried
tried trl In vain aln to keep HIP thl tI carrlaRrs carrngrA moving movingbut molnl movingd
d but It was uanlrsa Isol88 at times Everything Evcrythinjon Everythingo Everythingwheels
on o wheels a thnt could ixwibly 1 > 81ih1y get thero therewaned theromo theroiemod
waned bent on going gollg pant nt thnt church churchWilliam chuch chuchWilnm churchg
William mo K I Vanderbilt rundLhlt and his wife wlo go goop got gotIop gotLop
g Lop op < lesaly entoiRlrd They left their thei car carrlr CC1rrlre carru
rlr rlre ru fee go and nOd by I dodging docJlng horses Ilorff lLor lieads for foil fora
nnc reach the church churchMany church1Ial churchMan
a l boo > oo < managed mange to
Many 1Ial Man otiers did the Mine MineLITTLE 110 110LITTIE ajnoLrTLa
At 225 oclock tholirldnl thehrdnl party paty was spied spiedFirst spie srdiedI
I First Frst came cme Mrs Irs Cioelet Colet and the Dukos Dukoimother Dukosmother Dukosmother
mother the Dowager Duchess Duche8 1ucIde of Hoxburghe HoxburgheThi HoxhurgheThthorsAand ltoxburgheTl4horsesand
Thi ThthorsAand Tl4horsesand horses and ccachmannml footman wore worewhite worewhit worewhite
white whit ribbons ribbns and cockades tekadcs and tho ho crowd crowdfor crowdlor crowdfort
for a moment thought thou ht it was wal tho brido bridoThir6wasn brdo brdoTh bridaTli
Thir6wasn Th lor cwas waaa rush which tho tliopollco police poleo boat back backThencame baet baetlmcme backTiancame
Thencame the bridesmaids brldl male In llirco car carriage carrlg carriages ¬
riage lmcme It I took t1 tho bridesmaids a I long longwhile longwhie longh1le
while rlg h1le to got Into Ilto in to tho t I cJiurcl lurl cb uitI uitIMr loo looMr 10Mr
whie Mr and ad Mrs Irs Contollim Corelhlt Vanderbilt ulderbi fol followed followe followed
lowed Their carriage was the only onl on onthat one cmeUat onethat
that lowe WAR Tholrcrrnll open On the Ihl front cent eat sitting sittinfvery sltJnf sittingvery
Uat VanderbfTt VanderbfTtAint very ery wal dlemlled dlgnlld oJm were the tle two little 1110 Mietei MieteiVanderbfTt MieVandrbfTt IBs IBsVlcrrbl
1 Vlcrrbl Aint they sweet sweEU Mid aid a dozen women womenThe womenThe
1 The Vanderbilt YandtrlJ carriage rrla 1 got up to within witliira wihin wihina
r a few feet feet of the awning uwnll where tho tht police policomixed poleo poleomixed policemixed
mixed up It In II a hopeless hopels confusion confu8101 of skirUand skirts skirtsand skirtsand
and feathered hats hatl were holding struggling strugglingwomen strpllg strpllgwomen strugglingI
I women in their arms Mr Ir > anderbllt anderblltdecided anrerhlt anrerhltdecded andorbiItdecided
decided decded ho couldnt got ot any an nearer and andalighted andalighted I
alighted to hand his hll wife out outThe OUtq
q aighted The crowd cowd made a I rush rUlh and surrounded surroundedthe I
the carriage crrlall and the littlo Illo girls jtr18 looked an anscared n nlcrd aafeared
scared lcrd as could bo One of them wa WI VaH on onthe onthe Onthe
the point of tears when her father brush brushIng bnlshIng brushIng
Ing pint aside nlde some women who would havedone have haedone havedone
done It for aome him picked her up and all carried carriedher carred carredher carriedher
her inside insideBRIDES Inldo InldoDR InsidoInlinEs
Up the avenue there came a murmur murmurand murmurand niurmirand
and the brides brios carriage appeared appared Thero ThenWM Therowu Therowas
WM no mistaking mlsllking carrage it Tho horses honee wore wonenormous woreenorous woreenormous
enormous streamers streamln of white whie ribbon with withcockades wih wihcckades withti
ti cockades enorous cckades of white whie ribbon and lilies I1e8 of the thevalley thevae thevalley
valley There were wlilto cockades cckades on oncoachman oncachan oncoachman
coachman cachan vae Tero and footman too Every Ever vuhiclo vuhiclohalted vuhlco vuhlcohat vuhiclohalted
halted and the bridal carriage had to tfome tfometo ome ometo oxneto
to hat a dead de stop at the corner corlr rragl of Fiftythird Fiftythirdstreet trythlrd trythlrdstret Fiftythirdstreet
street stret That was what the women ap apparently upprenty apr ¬
r parently had had been looking looklnl for and al what whatthepolfce whatthtplce whatthe
thepolfce prenty the police were not looking for forOver forTere forThere
thtplce There waR only one polcman policeman at hand handOver handOver
Over him women seemed somed fairly to jump jumpTho jumpTho jumpThe
Tho windows were wer down and inside Miss MissOoelet MIMOlet Zdissa
a Ooelet could be Been adjusting aejust inK her veil veilwiththe vei veilwiththo
Olet withthe aid aie of n I small smal hand mirror mirrorIts mirrr mirrrIts mtrrorIt5
Its the bridol wont up in a chorusand chorusandwitha chorsand chorsandwlhaommon chorus and andwIthaOOmflioII
wlhaommon wIthaOOmflioII witha common impulse Impule the women made madefor madefor madefor
for the carriage Crrlago A woman climbed clmbe on oneach onech Ofleach
each ech stop stopMiss stp stpMJs stpI
I Miss MJs Goelet looked looke frightened frghtne especially especiallywhen epeialy epeialywhon especiallyci
ci when she saw a hand thrust thrst in from the thewindow thewladow thewindow
window on her side Uobert Hober Goelet her herbrother herbroter herbrother
brother broter wan WI having nil al he could do on his hisThe hisThe hisThe
The carriage cariage couldnt budge bud e Finally Finaly Mr MrOoelet MeGoelet Ir IrOoelet
Ooelet ruthlessly rlthlesll cast oPt one woman from fromthe fromte fromthe
the step and put bin head hfud out outCan Olt OltCan outCan
te Can ItEp t you YOI help us 18 ofllcer oleer ho said saidH saidIi saidfits
H Ii fits i sister could couhlue bo seen tcn edging away from fromher frm frmher fromher
her window and nd holding on 01 to her veil veilThe vei veilThe
The one mounted mounte policeman polceman finally fnaly came cameup cameup cameup
up but only the danger of being trampled trampledunder trnple trampledunder
under foot made the women let up More Morepolicemen Morepolicemen rorepolceen
policemen polceen arrived arrve and surrounded surrounde the thecarriage thecalo thecarriage
carriage calo until unti It could move on onWOMEN onWOa onWOfltN
When Ven the carriage calge drew up at at the theawning theawnng theawning
awning women got down on their theirhands theirhand theirhands
hands hand awnng and knees knee and began to crawl crawlunder crawlunder crawlunder
under it Inspector Inspetor McLaughlin McLaughln ordered orderedT orderedt4tt14tILgthefl
T bJlcnm t4tt14tILgthefl B uitn them th mcut out lie tbr b5bk o > k knai a ahand ahand
hand himself hmeU and grabbed grbbed the tail tlor of a awomflns awOml awomne
womflns nai a skirt Iklrt When lie had got all al of her heroutride beroutldl herourdd
wOml outldl outride she was wafound found to be somewhere smewher in intho Intho inI
I tho neighborhood Jg1ihorhoodot6O orhood of 60 6 Her Herelothos clothes cothC which whichwerfc whichwei whichwets
wets wei i9Jg good wore covered cOJrd with dust dustAU dUlt dUltAU dustU
AU U I wanted wanted was wa just a peek she said saidtearfully saidlerly
1 1 tearfully lerly Several women worel got under tho thoawniryj theawnll
1 awnIng awnll nnd up to the church door They The Theha
had ha to toba be earned carred back backAll backAl backAl
All Al this time Inspector McLaughlin McLughln ha hnd hndben hedbeen < l lbeen
been ben sending lendl repeated rpato calls mis for more mor police policemen plc policemen ¬
men Ho 10 finally Inaly got seventyflvo moro moroInspector moroImptor moroInspector
Inspector Imptor McClusky came eaml up too to to help
While Whie the the snrvleo ptnlo was M going on tho crowd crowdtrledtopass crodtletl crowdtriedtopass
trledtopass tletl pB5 the thepolcren policemen but in vain vainCAMERA vainCAMEflA aln alnC
At 3 oclock th the > j chimes rang out tho thoLohengrin thoLbogrn th thLobongrIn
I Lohengrin Lbogrn march Tho rlJ poliin 101 polii stood stoodfirmuand stondfrm stmtli
i firmuand frm firm iui and the new ne Duchess laughing and andtheir andtbe andthe
the buke uke lokg looking rther rather srous serious got Ito Itotbelr into intotheir
their carriage without without much IIUdl difficulty difficultyThe dlmcutv dlmcutvTe
The Te street strt atroetwnsa1most cra was wn almost amost impassable inpa Mble but the themounted themoute themounted
mounted moute policeman plceman finally fnal cleared a path pathand pth pthad pathand
and ad the thecarriage carriage carige drove down dOIn the thl avenue avenuewhilewmen avenuewhew avenuewbjlwmen
whilewmen whew nlcn Jumped up UI in tho air to get a alook alok alook
look lok at the occupants ocupanta One romora aler man manwhoj lan lanwho manwho
whoj who with others had ha fared badly in the thecrowdhad therowd thecrowdhad
crowdhad rowd hd a seat sat for ono brief moment monlent on onthe onthe onthe
the rear rr rearaxle axle He was hauled haule oil of by h a apoliceman apl apoli4ernanand
policeman pl poli4ernanand nanc and his hi camera rmer f ppnt = > nt living flvintAi tnt livingAl
Ai Athe the guests came out the crowd crowdswarmed crowdlarmed crowdswarmed
swarmed larmed about abolt gest tho carriages carrJlgt and nl peered peorodinto pfro peeredinto
into Ito the doorways Ono woman holding holdinga llldlnl
a French poodle was as caught In the mob mobwhich mobwhloh mobwhich
which Fench a linnof lne of policemen polcemen forced forCd up on n tho thochurch thocu thechurtisteps
church churtisteps otep tep3 Tho air wa WM rent with wlb the theyelp tbeyolp theyelps
yelp cu of ofthe the dog and tho screams Aream of the thewoman tbewomn thewoman
yolp woman womn Whon a policeman polketn got to her herit herIt herit
it win wil fwd f that two of the th dogs paws pawshadibeen paWRhdJn pawsbadbeen
hadibeen hdJn u crushed usbed and were bleeding blNlng The Thewoman Theworbl TheworaiSwfla
woman worbl woraiSwfla was in tears Her corduroy suit suithadbloodstalna Bulthdblotaln suithadb1oedstains
hadbloodstalna hdblotaln on it itIt itI itIt coruroy
It I sei 6 sevo vos o you you right madam mdam was Wi all 01 tho thocomfort thocmor thecomioI
comfort cmor she he got from the policeman policemanCITCltClI polceman polcemanC policemancirCltCtl
Few Fef ofihe Vthe Uie carriage calag could respond reRpnd to totheir totel totheir
their tel calls cl so d lot of tho guests geAt walked walke the thethe thefour thefourblooks
four fourblooks blooks to tothe te house the Uher ushera leding leading
the te procession in a body bodyAlterJjiost boy
AlterJjiost Aftrtost After mosb of the guests had left lef the thechurch thecurch thechurch
church curch It It was wa decided decide to admit tho public publicto publo publot
to t see se tbd th decorations decoratoO Those responsible responsiblefor refpnslhle refpnslhlefor responsibleI
I for thisdocisioawero thidelsloI wero sorry 8rrv a I minute after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward Through Tough every door the crowd crowdurged crowdsurge crowdsurged
urged surge in lad and mode me a rushto rsh rush to the tbeehancel tbeehancelbarng chancel chancelbearing chancolbeadngawayflowers
bearing barng beadngawayflowers awny awayfoweIand flowers and leaves of palms palmsThe palm palmsThe
The Te policewere plowere hastily hstiy called cled In then to toclear toclea toclear
clear clea the church churh of the despoilers depier but butthe butthe butthe
the decorations deoratons were re wrecked wrecke in spots spotsSunday spotsFifth
Sunday Firh Fifth avenue outside looke looked lke like I a apts aptsFirh Palm PalmSunday lalmSunday
Tho ih M polico pollo Bald last Inlt night nl ht that thlt three threefourths threefourths threefourtbs
fourths of the women in tho crowd con consifitojl consl5t consistl
sifitojl sl5t sistl of dressmakers dre smkerl their agents and andassistants andalsts andasai8tants
assistants alsts Many 1y of them so 6 tho police policemenTBaid ple plemeld policemeazaald
menTBaid meld came me from other cities and ad towns townswlththe toSwth1the townsd
d wlththe wth1the firm fr Intention itenton of seeing sing tho gowns gownsat gos gosat
at the wedding at atany any ay cost costTOVS CaRrt costTilus
Te Tbeccne The Scene oene in n the tlC Church When Miss lss Goelet Goeletj GoeletDecame GocletIlecatue
j Ilccamo a Duchess DuchessFifteen DIOht8 DIOht8Fttec DuchessFliteen
Fifteen Fttec years yeas ago George Gerge Charles Spencer SpencerChurchill Spncor Spncort SpencerChurchill
t Churchill Chuhi eighth Duke of Marlborough Marlboroughcame Marlboroughc
1 came c over the sea sa and nd wedded weded in the City CityHall CityH1M CityHallMayorHewitt
Hall H1M HallMayorHewitt Mayor Hewitt Hewit officiating ofclntnl Lily 1ly Warren WarrenPrice Waren WarenV WarrenPrice
V Price Jlcem Hamersley l y widow idow of Louis 1IIs Ham Hamorsley Hamcrsey 11amoreley
orsley and daughter of Commodore Cicero CiceroPrice Cicerot CiceroPrice
t Price Pice of tho United Unied States Stat < f Navy XI1 Seven Sevenyears Sovcnyears Sevenyears
years or so 6 later in tho same sm church in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the newest American Amerlnn Duchess was wascreated wascete wascreated
created cete yesterday esterdu tho ninth Duko of Marl Marlborough Marlborough Iar
borough brough wedded wedde Miss ss Consuelo Vanderbilt Vanderbiltthe Yandrblt Yandrbltthe
the only onl daughter of William Wiiam K I Vanderbilt Vanderbiltand Vaderbit
and ad Mrs Oliver Olver H I 1 P Itelmont ItelmontThe llelmontTe ItelrnontThe I
The Te creation of tho first frst American Arerl < 1 Duchess Duchesswas OUChIM Duchesswas I Iwas
was attended alodo with wih the simplest cvronioniil cvronioniilTho ctrendoniaII I
I The creation cretion of the tbl second marked marklon a social socialepoch 6clal 6clalepcb socialepoch
epoch epcb In the history of New Xtw ioik 01 k All AllUiat Al Ahithat
that that great grot greatwoalthm wealth wOlth and un high 1 igh pocial Icial place Iaco could couldlend culd culdlend couldlend
lend to tho ceremony to make it brilliant brilliantwas hrllant hrllantWI
was WI there tore The wedding oldll of yesterday esterda was wasa wnsI wasI
a I happy compromise compromlt between the two twoIt twoIt twoIt
I It was neither severely vcdy simple nor was it itpainfully Itplnfuly itpainfully
painfully plnfuly ostentatious 08tenta louI It was w s just such a awedding aedll avedding
wedding edll as any I American Amerian girl gil of refinement refinementand refnemclt refnemcltad
and ad wealth wolh would like lke to have The le
havior of the crowd crw outside tho church was wustho wastl wasthe
the tl only feature which nmrr niarrud d it itThe ItTe itThe
The Te hour set t for the ceremony coremon mnrnx was 230 230o 23
o clock Thrro Olrfquurtcrt flirtequartcrs < iuartcrs of an a hour before bfore
f 1 N Newi0ap aDd d Msue Adti Mvettiiag iiced iicedbi
bi WoDBURY WouUUURY Mr Ld General lr1 ADt Ajnta a apud u
I 11
pd pud b by T Thi CHEL CHELTtNHAM 11 I cNHAM Ir IrONE treu treuO
NE Value of an anAdvertisement anAdvertisement anAdvertiscment
Advertisement or orBooklet orBooklet orBooklet
CHELTENHAM CHEL TEN HAM Press is isthe isthe isthe
the extreme Difficulty Difculy of ofregarding ofregarding ofregarding
regarding it with In Indifference Indiference Indifference ¬
difference diference
150 I 50 Fifth Fifh Avenue AvenueSouthwctt AvenueSouthw AvenueSouthwest
Southwest Southw t Corner Crner Twentieth Tw nt lh Street Streetthat Siredthut Streetthat
that the first tnt of the guests guesll arrived arrvo In th thchurch the thechurch thechurch
church They hey were wee early enough to get getgood a agood agood
good look at tho decorations decortions The sentln sentlncapacity 8atlng 8atlngcapacity seating seatingcapacity
capacity of St Thomas Is about 2001 2001BIO 200 200BI
When the suddon death dOth a few weeks ag agof alo aloof ago agoof
of Sir Michel Henry Herbert lerbert British BrliAh Am AmboFsador Ambnldor Ambassador
boFsador bnldor to the United Cnled States Hltes and nll uncle c cthe of ofthe ofthe
the bride brde of yesterday estrda made it nocessar nocessarfor neceBry neceBryfor nocessaryfor
for Mrs Irs Ooelet to t revise revlt her plans plna for th thwedding the thowedding thewedding
wedding ono of the thl serious problems con confronting COl Coldfronting
fronting frontng her wasthe HeroU trniiHformutlun trnHfollutlon of th thchurch the thechurch thechurch
church so 8 that the small 8malnwnber number of guests guostiwho gueHtBwho guestswho
who wore to be bidden to tho ceretnon ceretnonshould cerelony cerelonysbnuh eerctnoflslsittld
should not wem llm lost in tho great rCnt edifice edificeThoriey dlkl ilrlci ilrlciThorley >
sbnuh Thorley tho flower man managed mngll this thiwith thi thiswith
with Thore great grtlt skill kil tower Tho galleries galerll mn and nil al th thbody the thoboe thebody
body boe of the church churh except eXl pt the UII nave nlvo wen wenscreened werolewlnEd werescreened
screened lewlnEd by towering towlrlng palms pall The hl result rusulwas rfult rfultWI resultWItS
was that only theseats opening on the middl middlaislo mi tnlddieaislo dle dlealslo
WI opnlng
aislo were wor available aaiaule for guests Smaller Smallepalms Smaler Smalerpalml Smallerlahl5
palms palml screened the stalls Itais of the choristers choristersbut
but through Renlec the palm foliage foinge glimpses glmpses could couUbo couldbe < uld uldL
bo L had of of the ropes of white wbitt roses will willwhich wltbwhich withWhiCh
which stalls Itals and ropl chancel chuncolll rail were wer hung hungTho hungTho hungIhmo
Tho gray gry stone columns columl along Long tho north nortland norh norhnnd northand
and south tlth sides of tho nave wero twined twinecwith twinedwith twinedwith
with English ivy which climbed clmbd as it were wereto wereto wereto
Engllh 1
to meet the baskets a kets of growing Englislprimroses English Englsh EnglshprmroseR Englishprimroses
primroses that hung from the capitals cpitl o othtt of ofthr oftIme
tIme prmroseR columns At the entrance entrnce to each pow povwas powwal iowwas
was wal a I knot of white chrysanthemums chrFlthemums anc ancwhite and andwhlo andwhite
white whlo rosen rol blooming bloming against a background backgrouncof bckground
of plumed plume asparagus asparagusWEDDING Iparagus IparagusWEDDINO asparagusWEDDING
Those Tho8 were the decorations decortion of the nnve nnveslmple nnveIlmple navesimple
simple Ilmple rich and beautiful beautful Tho transopwas transept trnnflpt transeptVL14
was 11 where the decorator did his best Ist work workThe work11e workThe
The general effect was Wi that of a palm gar garden gardn garlen
den 11e in which elec orchids roses res lilies llte of the thiIn thealer tImevalley
valley aler and whlo white chlnthemum chrysanthemums bloome bloomed bloomedin
In all al their beauty boautyTho bauty bautyTho beautyThe
Tho reading reaing desk was WI a mass ms of pink plnlorchids pinkorchids lnk lnkorchids
orchids and feathered flthero asparagus The Tinaltar Theolar Thealtar
altar was garlanded garlande with asprgus white roses ro8S am amlilies ane and andlilies
olar wn
lilies lles and about abut the ohancel ohancl were placetcenturyold placed placd placdentufold placedcenturyold
centuryold entufold palms and growing Japanese Japanesichrysanthemums JaanesechfBntbemum Japanesechrysanthemums
chrysanthemums chfBntbemum This Ti was the bower boweithat bwer bwertht bowerthat
that tht had hd been ben made ready redy for tho coming oominiof oomlngof
of an American Americn mo bride and the going of t tDuchess a aDucheB aDuchess
Duchess DucheB
The ushers ushen Robert Rbr Walton Walon Goelet Oolet t tcousin a acousin acousin
cousin of tho bride brde Hugo Daring Irng Harold HaroldBrassov Haold HaoldBraBe HaroldBraaaev
Brassov BraBe Rogers Winthrop Henry lenr Bull Bulland Dul Dulland
and William tllam Woodward Wooward arrived arived at the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church a I few minutes after afer 1 oclock They Theywore Theywere lev levwore
wore black blak frock frok coats gray gry trousers trousr white whitesilk whitesik whitesilk
silk sik puff pul tics and pearl prl gray gloves gloC With Withthem Withtbem Withthem
them came cme Robert Rbrt Ocelot Oolt gry brother of the thebride tbebride thebride
bride who was wn to give her away Ho was wasattired wa wasattired
attired attrd like lke tho ushers ushersAt UheI ushersAt
At that time tme several men mim and Id women womenwho women1ho womenwho
who 1ho somehow had ha sver found their teir way into intotho IntothA intothe
the church chufh were vr still Atl up In tho south gallery galleryYoung aler
Young Mr Ocelot Oolet saw W them The Te sight sightwas sightWM sightwas
was not pleasing pIN 8Ing Ha ls asked nked the te sexton sextonto sxton sxtont
to remove the Intruders The sexton S3ton tried triedto triedto triedto
t rmoe
to be accommodating acmmoating but ut the Intruders Intruderssold IntnldoI intruderssaid
sold they were wer there by b right The women womenasserted womenaArt womenassertedthbm
Md tEV
asserted assertedthbm this th fact fat belligerently blgerentl The le sexton sextonis extonIs
aArt is no fighting fghUng man and he reported rporee to Mr MrGoelet MrGoelet Ir I IOolet
Goelet Oolet that tat the gallery gaer folks wouldnt wouldntbudge wouldntbudge wouldntbudge
budge budgeMr budgeMr budgeMr
Mr Goelet Golet know a way to budgo them themHo thfm themHO
Ho 10 walked wake up to one of the policemen policemenstationed polcomen polcomenstatione policemenstationed
stationed statione in the Interior of the church churchthe cmrh cmrhthe churchthe
the first frt bluecoaU blueot that tht society BOJtty ever saw sawinside sw swIMide awInside
inside a church churc at a I fashionable rnhonble New ew York Yorkwedding Yorkwddingan Yorkweddingand
wedding wddingan weddingand and told him that ho wanted wantedthose want wantedthose
those thO persons removed rmoe from from the te gallery gaTer
The To policeman plcman pr0n went upstairs upsWr and the per perBns perldflS
Bns came cme down dow and andtney they didnt talk back backThey bck bckToy backThey pr
Toy They jollied jowe the crowd on the te outside outsideTHE outsde outsdeTI outsideTIIZ
By that time the te ushers ushor had hn plenty to do doto doto doto
to seat sat those tho who came cae by invitation invitationAmong Inviation invitationAmong
Among the earliest earlest of tho to arrivals arvlIs were wereCol wereCol wereCol
Col and Mrs MI William Wiim Jay and Miss IR Jay JayNot JayXot JayNot
Not long after aftr them thpr wore wor Mr Ir and Mrs MrsWhltelaw MmWhielw Mrshiltelaw
Whielw Whltelaw Ried Rle Miss I8 Reid and Miss IM Alice AliceRoosevelt Alc AliceRoosevelt
ROOAvCl Roosevelt who is visiting Miss lll Held at atOphir atOphlr atOphir
Ophir Farm Farr A little ltte later lter Mr Ir and Mrs MrsWilliam Mr Mrss
Ophlr Vanderbilt arrived arrivedMrrf arrivedMms
William s 11n ilflamn K 1 YlnderbUt urlee
Mrrf Clarwico CILr nlO H Vncia Mlcja who as al asEatherino Miss MissKatherino MlsKUlheTno
KUlheTno Katherino Duer was WS tie t acknowledged acknowledgedbridesmaids acknowlegd acknowlegdbeutv acknowledgedbeauty
beutv beauty of te the uuches of Marlbcrou Maribcrouhs Maribcrouhsbridesmaids hs hshrlde
hrlde bridesmaids mlds came In soon 8n after afer the on onjeibilts a nndembilts
jeibilts derbia witli wih her little ltte daughter and ad was wasseated wusItcd wasseated
seated Itcd on the te bridegrooms brlqCgoors side Flee of the thehurch tle tlechurch thechurch
church the right side sldl of the middle nlslu nlslulear nisi nisinea isl islnear
lear enough elouh to the front to be included Includ 11 In InJie inthe
the the Roxburgho R family familyThen faml fatallyThen
Then came the Dowager Duchess DuchA of oftloxburghe ofRoxbuglle ofRoxburghie
tloxburghe Roxbuglle clad cnd in I a I gown of wlnrcolored wlnrcoloredrelvet wClorc whecoioredvelvet
velvet witbn hat very ery much mich like lke that seen Ieen in inhe Inthe iiitide
the he plcturesof pictures of the Duchess Duclle8 of GaiiiBlxirough GaiiiBlxiroughiho Gaiblorough GaibloroughShe
She was Wi seated 8ate in I the first fst pew pw on the right rightif rightof rightof
of if the aisle aisleA
A few minutes minute later lter Mrs Is Astor ARtorsnr was WOPicatod wasseated
snr seated on the same side of tho aislo two twomats twot8 twoseats
mats t8 behind tho Duchess Ducess The To fact that thatUrs thntMI thatMrs
Mrs MI Ahtor was aa seated ste on Roxburghos Roxburghosildo
ildo of the church chuch was quickly qulcklrcmmented qulcklrcmmentedon commented commentedn
on > n since she Is the motherinlaw motherlIaw of M MIrmo MOrrno 1
Irmo Wilson Wln on fl uncle unclecf of the new Durhccs Durhccslr DtirleMr s sIr
Mr lr and ad Mrs Irs R uco T 1 Wilson WIAn ilson Mr Ir and ad Mrs Mrsrme MrsOrmue Irs IrsOre
Ore Ormue rme Wilson Wleon iison and ad Mr and Mrs Ir8 R T I Wilson Wilsonr WIAn WIAnJr
Jr r occupied the second Icond third and fourth fourthlouts fourth1t lmmrthseats
louts 1t respectively reectlel on the loft of the aisle aisloTHE alaluTUB aisleTilE
Shortly Shorl after afor the I hI arrival arrml of the Wilsons WilsonsiV Wllns WllnsW
W iV C Macfarlane tlcarlae organist at St Thomass ThomassnuBlo Thcmasbegan
Iogan began the fele seiotion tlon from the cathedr cathedral cathedralmusic
music mllc of lilehgrin This was W followed followedy fclowed fclowedb
b > y selections Reletlonl troro Gounods Oouods Romeo Uomo and andliillot ad adJillet andJuliet
Juliet Jillet a duet for organ or an and ad harp Schu Schuorts Schuberts hu hubers
bers berts orts Ave Maria Marl followed by b Brousseaua BrousseauaElevation BrUaus BrUausEleval JlrousseausElevation
Elevation ElevationAs Eleval Ion IonAR
As the last IM notes of this thll masterpiece mMtorlCe were wereloaling werepealing ere erepORlng
pealing pORlng through thrulh tho church churh Mrs II Goelet Goeletn Oelet OeletIn
In n a costume c08ume of f green panne velvet white whiteace whie whieInce whitelace
lace ace and ad a I toque trimmed trmmed with white whie lace laceind Iseand laceand
and sable Inblo was 8 escorted esored to the Feat FIt that thatlad thathac thathad
lad been reserved for her tho first frst on tho thooft tholoft theleft
oft hac loft of the aisle The Te two mothers mother the theAmerican theAmeran theAmerican
Ameran American and ad tho English Englsh dowagers dowa eIlt sat in inino InIno inlino
ino lisle Ino with each ecb other on opposite oppsie sides sldC of the thelisle thealslo theaisle
Mrs Mr Goelet reached radled the church eburh at exactly exa < l
230 30 oclock ocock Everybody supposed suppose that the theirido thehrlde theundo
undo was wn right behind her But fivo fvo mitt mlnjtOH mittutea
jtOH UtOf passed then tonthen tenlthen ten then fifteen fteon mn mnUtOf and andowfi andthert andthere
thert there W was no bride Fho O women In the thePOWR thepews
pews > owfi began to crane their necks toward townrc the thecar thorear therear
rear of the church Finally Finaly at 247 the theestod thochoir thevested
vested choir of St Thomass marched marchc out outf outof outof
of f tho vestry vestr singing slnplnl 0 Perfect PerfCt Perfectand Love Lovend Le Lead
ad and nd down tho main man aisle They met tho thoirldal thohrldal timebridal
bridal party parr at the door and prd facing facng about aboutod aboutlod abouthod
od the procession prore lon to the altar nltarFirst altarFirst lar larFrlt
First Frlt after the choristers chorsterI came the nit olcht olchtiridesmaids ellht ellhthrideAmnld8 elrhtbridesmaids
bridesmaids led IEd by b Lady Ifnl IFapl el InnesKer InnesKerlister InneeIerplfter limesHersister
sister plfter of the bridegroom hrleeJroom and Miss IFf Beatrice BeatriceMills Dal BeatriceMills ric
Mills III Following F010wlnp them came ore tho other othernolds othermads othermaids
maids mads in this order oreer Miss MIll Xlna ThnyrrMiss ThnyrrMissMice Tnrles TnrlesAieI
Mice Babcock DahCock Miss IM Marian rIllnn Haven Iarn Miss Missilartlm MIff MissMartha
Martha AieI Johmton MlFfcThei6e MIFfT Mifli ie e InlinMir InlinMirauline T llin ln Is IsPaulno tfis tfisPauline
Pauline Paulno Whittier Hller All Al were gowned Jowned alike alikeriiev alkl alikeTIdOV
riiev wore pink monocline mOlFfe1no tie ce sole Foil dref dresses dreffprnihlne dressesconhined res resCombined
Tlev Combined rnihlne with wih 6 6IU > iu lace InCc Just below the thevaist thewailt thewaist
waist wailt line lne was 1M rnFod embroidery embr < lderln In n design designif clslln clsllnof
of if baskets hlketp of flowers towCrA They Tler wore toqim toqimif tOGIMof tcqurof
of if pink velvet Chet of the tht fnme IMIP 1I edged Id f with withlable wih wihaIM withsable
aIM and carried muffs mutA of the t he fame mie velvet velvetrimmed velvctrimmed ele eletrmme
rimmed roses trmme on them with wih carre table ble with clusters cu ters of pink pinkoses pinkroses pInkroses
After them thtm far enough in the rear rClr for foruvt forju forjust
ju just uvt t the proper effect eleet came tho btldr btldreaulng Ilict to ide ideleaning
leaning on the arm of her brother broth Even Kvonnesidn Jen Jenhe81dn Evenlieside
nesidn Jeanlng her brother who is not tall lal the bride bridecoked ulicl bridelooked
coked lokr short She Is slight sl ht with heir hnl tl t 1 at ats atIs atis
Is s almost black and has ha n pleasant pllant If mt mti O rn t tI ta
a i beautiful face fowTho flN faceThe
I The Tlo women marked marked every eor detail dNal of her herrown Ilerjown hergown
gown rown Tho men mnrvrlled rlrWJec nt t thn thnllnith length of ofho ortho ofIlto
jown tho ho train According Acorcin to those tho o who should shouldenow IIICI1d IIICI1dklow shouldknow
klow know enow the gown wa va of < f heavy IIa white whlo tntln tntlnciiled tntil sntiimveIled
veIled oie in point 10WI dAmloorre dAIleNrC lace 1c over Utile tullovith tule tulewih Utilewith
with wih garlands garlalds of oianrp 011 hloFPomn hIOFF011 on 01 the theiklrt thoklrt theskirt
skirt klrt Thebcdlcp TH TIme lcdko wofcliiph W wmu hllh lmlgh and an HIP lhe sleeves Mwveslor sleeveslet llt
let 10 end ant fairly fRlrl full fullThe fll ftillTime
The onlr onl Jewel she h wore oro was nn emerald emernldMid Pn emeraldand rllc
and diamond pendant pndalt the gift II ot the til tideTo brlde brldeTn hrlcl hrlclTn
Tn Cure a Cold Col11 In n One I Uay UayTk IhtyT1e y yikr
Tk ikr lRulvr IUlh llromo Jromo Quinine Qulnll Tablets AU dome drl domerIts
rbl tils rpruud rrflud ill time mon > It I It I tails fal to cure U 1 W WJrovcs 1 Wiroves
< Jrovcs roe Mfniiurc 1n4urc It I on UI curb DIb box bo ia 3tdr 3tdrS ldr
I groom grom She Bhe0rle carried I a bouquet bu uet of whitorchids whit whit whiteorchids
orchids orcbld and lilies liie of the valley valleyVHAT Va1ley Va1leyVIAT valleyWHAT
As the bridesmaids separated frat at th thchancel the theohlncel thecharmed
chancel ohlncel A steps to form on either side Bisho BishoDoane Blho BlhoDoano Ilisinop IlisinopDoane
Doane and 8tep tho Rev Icv Dr Btircs followed followedby
1 by thu Duke and his best man Copt Cpl th thI the the1Ion hs hsI
I Hon Reginald Iegilald Ward brother of the Earl Eaiof Erl Erlor Earlof
of Dudley Dudle entered eltored thb chunocl chuncl from th thI the thet
t I vp veetr vestry trv limo Inn lo young vnnnt Duke although nIHmtmh hli but
27 looks loks older His Hs dark brown hair 1 1I Is IsI
I streaked with gray rr and the stern ster expression exprensloij exprellon exprellonof
j of Ills ruddy lace makes mkes him appear to b ba bo bea
I a man mal of at least eatt 35 35When 3 3I
I When hel those in the church got a good joo look loolnt lookAt lookat
At the til Duke and his diminutive best hlst man nutithey manth cutethe
they th the noticed Iloticd that history hlstor hud rep rupeatd rupeatdIself repeated repeateditself Uc Ucitsolf <
itself Iself Whun hen Marlborough Iarlborol h was WI murrieineither married murriedneiher marriedneither
neither neiher ho nor lar his best man put on 01 hi his hlBRIOe hisgloves
1 gloves RIOe Roxfburghe and Cupt apt Ward won wonthrough went wlntthrough wentthrough
through the curcmony ct re mOi gloveless giolleH They Theylike Ihuylike hoy hoyIlw
like Ilw the ushers wore black frock coats coatsgray cootsgrY coatsgray
gray grY trousers trolsrs and white puff pur ties tiesAs te teI tiests
> As tliu brido Lrl l reached tao llO uhuncel uhalcl step steptho stepstll
tho tll Duke stepped step forward and took tok her from froni fromler fromhter
i her brother Dr forwnr Stires read the betrothal betrothaBcrvlco betrothalstrvlc betrothalservice
ler Strls
service strvlc and Bishop Doane DOlno the marriage marrilge servito ser Ier Iero sorvit
vito o and then pronounced pronounCo tlm thl banedlotlon banedlotlonTho banloioton banloiotonThe
The service pcnko differed dllord in no whit from that b bwhich by bywhich bywhich
which uny alY American Amercan girl is married marred In the tinEpiscopal theEplslpal theEpiscopal
Episcopal Church ChurchBlaXINO CburchSIIUNO ChurchSIGNING
After Afer tho benediction benedition while whie the th choir cholwas choiras choirwas
was as singing tho anthem Sweet Swet Is Th Thurooin ThI Thy ThyMercy
Mlrc Mercy the clergy the bride and bride bnderoom bridegroom
I groom room tho Dowager Duchess DueheR of Roxburgho RoxburghoJlrs Rxbur RoxburghoMrs ho hoII
Mrs II Goolct Lady Ldr Isabel Iluel InnesKor and Mrs MrsCornolius fIr fIri MrsCornelius
had sat satI satthrough
i Cornolius Corulus Vanderbilt underhlt Jr who sa sathrough
through the service seryko with wih tho Dowager DowugeiDuchess DowagerDu DowagerDuchess
I Duchess Du Cht went welt into the vettry tr where her ao aoconling acconlng cccording
cording conlng to tho English gnglLh custom the church churctrecistcr churchrefhtel churchremistor
recistcr was signed signedTho MIKnedrho signedlho
refhtel Tho Duke signed Henry Henr John Duke Dko o oRoxburghe of ofRxhurgho ofRoxhurghe
Roxburghe The undo signed her fulmaiden full ful fullmaiden
Rxhurgho lh brde slgno
maiden name and the Dowager Duchess Duchewwere Duehe DuchessAnnie
W Annie Hoxhurghe rime he other IigneI signers signerswere
Ward WardThe WardTine were wer Mrs Ir Goelet Robert Hobrt Ocelot Oclet and Capt CaptWard CoptWar CaptWard
War The recessional rec8lonnl hymn To Thee TheeFather The 0 0Filher 0Father
Father Filher composed by Mr Ir Macfarlane Macfarlanewas Ma
carane caraneWi
was Wi sung eomp01 as tho party returned retlr > to the thichancel thohancl thechancel
chancel hancl Slll from the vestry tn Then as the thiDuko theDuko theDuke
Duko and Dnche Duche Duchess s of Roxburgho came camidown camedown cameiown
down the chancel chancl steps the organ pealed pealeHUE peale pealedforth <
forth MlndolsRohnH Meimdolssohns step Wedding Marci MarciHUE March MarchHits
It I peomed femne OH I a she walked wake up the aisle aishon aisleon aisleon
on tho arm of her husband that the young younDuchess youngDuchess oung oungDucheR
Duchess DucheR her veil vei thrown back bck was trying tryinher trlng trlngher tryingher
her l best > o t to keep klep the smiles Amle from her face faceShe tat faceShe
She looked loke neither nlher to the right rght nor the left leftand leftand leftand
and neither did the Duke The first fmt time tlmithat tme tmetbat timethat
that his iiA stern features feutur relaxed rlaxe was wn when whertho whenthe whentime
the sexton handed him his bl hat hi at the thidoor thedoor thedoor
door Then ho bowed bwe and smiled smllecpleasantly Ile smiledpleasantly
pleasantly pleantly Tlen It was Roxburghes bone benediction bne bnedicton bonediction ¬
diction dicton upon the sexton sextonBridal sextonBridal extonrldal
Bridal rldal upn party and guests lCt made their way wajus wayM wayas
us best bfst they the par could through the te crowd tc tctheir to totheir totheir
their carriages cariagel and drove to Mrs Mr Ooeletiresidence Ooeleti Ooellte Ooelltereldonc Goeletsresidence
residence reldonc at Fortyninth Foryninth street strt and Fifth FlftlRECEPTION Ffth Fftha Fifthaveatmo
a venuo aveatmoTUE venuoTHE
Flower Fower Bedecked and Brief DrlrrPal BriefDash Dath Throni ThroniCommuters Through ThroughCommuters oush oushCommuterl
Commuters to the Train TrainAt Tain TainAt TraInAt
At tho wedding reception recopton at Mrs Ms Goelethomo Ooletl Goelet loeletshome
home the Duke and ad time tlO Duchess received receivedin rele
in tho boy window Indo of the drawing dawig room roomwliich roomwl roomwhich
which wl eh overlooks both the avenue and Id the thistreet thestrot thestreet
street strot This lls room as was WIS the reception receptionroom repton reptonroom receptionroom
room and Id library lblry in the rear were decor decorated der derate decorated ¬
ated ate with lh mauve orchids and ad ferns res The Thehall Te Tehal Thehail
hall hal and ad staircase stnce were a I bower of Amen American Aeri Aeric Amencan ¬
can c Beauty roses rOIB and yellow elow orchids orchidsA
A buffet bufet luncheon was wn served Nne from the theconservatory thecnserator theconservatory
conservatory cnserator at the west wet end of the house houseand housoand houseand
and the wedding weding breakfast breafnt was Wi in the dining diningroom dinng dinngroom diningroom
room on the south side of tho hall hal The Thedining Thedining Thedining
dining room was wn decorated decrate with liberty libertyroses lbery lberyros libertyroses
roses ros The house was a8 decorated decornt by Small SmallTHE Smal SmalTiE SmallTIlE
The reception rcepton was wn short sbor and just after ater
5 oclock oclok the Duke and Duchess DchelA started Btarte for forNewport forNewport forNewport
Newport where they will wlspnd spend their honey honeymoon honEY honEYmoon honeymoon ¬
moon at Mrs Ir Goelets Olets place plao Ochre Ochr Court CourtThe Curt CurtThe CourtThe
of ofpearl ofparl ofpearl
The Duchesss Duche5s golngaway goigaway gown was wa
pearl gray cloth elotwlth clothwith with a picture picur hat trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with parl Ith gay ostrich ostrch plumes to match Unless UnlessTha Unlea Unlesstheir
their plan plans are change changed they nvUl U II saIl on onTuesay onTuesday
Tuesay Tuesday for Egland England Teir Their home plac place placewill
shire shireThe shireThe wi will be Floo s Cte Castlo Kol Kolso Rxburgh Rxburghshire Roxburgh Roxburghshire
The police plt had got together a little lto better betternt bter bterat
at the house hou8 and ad kept the street ftret fairly fairlyClear fa fairlyclear
Clear when goingaway time tme came cme though thoughfourfifths thou thoufourfths thoughfourfifths
fourfifths Clur of the people waited wate to see e the thepair t thepair e epair
fourfths pair depart When pplo their carriage criage had hadappeared hadapparEd hadappeared
appeared ono of the ushers usber brought out outseveral outsueral outseveral
several apparEd yards of white ribbon ribbn and tied tiedhowers te tiedIt
It to th the yar rear whels wheels Then amid amidsl0wer amidshowers
showers of rico the Duke and Duchess Duchesstttne Dchess DchessCme bucbess bucbesscame
sl0wer came tttne into view iow rc of the crowd and one of the thejehers tbetJelers theimsimers
Cme jehers took tok a 1 boxful bxful of rico rc and threw It Itinto Itinto itinto
into the carriage crgo after afer them themWHITE themWRITE themWaITE
Capt Ward Wad tho Dukes beet beat man mn by a aucky aluck alucky
lucky luck throw landed lande a 1 white whit satin Btn slipper slipperin Blppr Blppron
on top of the carriage ciage It was w 1 in full ful view viewllceman ylewI viewas
as time carriao o drove or off IEd led by a mount mounted mountedpoliceman
I policeman llceman crra The first frst caiman caman to go by byinde bymade byroads
plcman made a swipe Rwlp at the slipper sUppr with his hi whip whipnd whipnd whipand
and nd it landed landi in the street sreet There Ther was WI a acrnmbie ascramblo ascramble
scramble of small 8ma boys by for it and ono bore boret bre breit boreIt
it t off of in triumph triumphThe trumpb trumpbThe triumphThe
The carriage drove to the Vanderbilt Vanderbilttrcmifl Vaderbit VaderbitlVlnUe Vanderbiltavenue
avenue lVlnUe entrance entrant to the Grand Ornd Central Centraltotlon Centrl Centrlstation Centralstation
station The Duko and Duchess Duce made madei mde mden
n i run rn through the concourse cncour outsldo the thevailing thewatng thewaiting
waiting room the employees forming formng a aano alno alane
watng lane ano They fared fard much better btter from the theommuters thocmmutera thecommuters
lno commuters cmmutera than they had ha at the church churchnd ohurcband churchand
and nd got into their private prvatc car c on the 5 oclock oclockxpress ocock ocockexprO oclockexpress
express exprO for Boston without trouble troubleAT
NEWPORT FWPORT R I I Nov O 10 10Te 10The The Duke and andDuchess andDudlCR andDucimess
Duchess DudlCR of Roxburghe arrived arro this thi evening eveningon
on > n the steamer General which met mlt the theipecinl thespecinl thespecial
special car ca of 01 the bridal brida party pary at Wlckford Wlckfordind Wlckfordand Wlckfordand
and made a special pecal trip to Newport ewolt On Onheir Untllelr intheir
heir mne arrival arrlva here they wero driven to Ochre OchreLourt OchreCourt OchroCourt
Court A magnificent magnifcent floral forl display displayhroughout di6plathroughout displaythroughout
throughout the villa via greeted rete the couple couplerhoir cuple cupleTeir coupleTheir
days Teir Their stay Ity is I set Iet for a week wcekor or possibly psibly ten tenlays tendays tendays
tome Snle of the 2OO 20 Who tho Here 1rre Bidden udden to the theSeason tbeSeuona timeSeasons
Season Swellest Sweltt Wcdcllnc WcdcllncAmong Weddns WeddnsAmong leddingAmong
Among tho 200 20 guests guots who were invited invitedo 10te
t to o the church and to the wedding weding reception receptionTore rlclptlonworo
Tore these thJc besides besldo the bridal brda party ptry and andhe andthe andito
the he relatives relativesBishop relatlvo relatlvoDshop relatlvesBishop
Bishop Dshop Doane Miss lss Ancellca An lcR L Gerry Gerryillas lcr GerryMIss
MIss llss Mabel Gerry erry Uobert Hobcr Livingston Gerry GerryVter lcrr lcrrller GerryPeter
Peter G l Jerry Lerr Mrs Astor Col Ce and ad Mrs Mrslolm MrAJoln MrsJohn
John Joln Jacob Astor Col und Ind Mrs lr George GeorgeHarvey leorre leorreUlner Georgeharvey
Harvey Ulner Mr Ir and Mrs lrl Wliltelaw Wlihlaw Held Ml Miss Misslean iAS iASJean s slean
lean Hold Miss ls Alice Alce Hoosuvelt HOOfCI Okderi Ordn Mills MillsItiilri MillsIt tll
It Itiilri RI Sir Percy IJ rer Sanderson tlndlson Mr Ir nnrt Mrs MrsA lf
Ude A V li K VundiTbllt undcrtlt ddldILnntIt Wllllum Wilam W Ilildild C Whitney Whltnl hltney une Miss MissDorothy Missnorolh Missho
Dorothy norolh ho 1 tidy Whitney hIWE tiltIdOY Georiro lcorIe Crocker Crocke and lud Mi 1 iIss iIssCrockLr HA HACrocker 8 8Crocker
Crocker Mr lr und Mrs 3lr lrs J 1 Pisrpont 1 ront Morgan MorganMil Morasn3lks tofln toflnlg8
Mil 3lks lg8 Anne T L Morton lorrl Miss 1ss Florence M MMrs MIlhlt Z1ItIkt
Ilhlt IlhltIre ItIkt Mrs Ire Mnturln llturtn LIlnl LIvingston Mr and Mrs MrsOgdcn MrsI lrB lrBO
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more I1roncI3 Mr and IId Mrs trs W V Plcrson Hnnillton HnnilltonMr UAIUton UAIUtonllr
Mr lorl imd Iml Mrs lrR Herbert HrertI L I Snttirlee Sntrll Mrs lrK clar clarence lnr lnrf 11cri ¬
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lchlllt CIt and Mrs Mrl Philip Phip Lydlff Ernest Iselln IsellnLord beln belnLord IselinLor1
Lord and Lndy Lad Algernon Ali ron Lrdll GordonLennox GordonLennoxBnrton uordonLnnoxI tiordonLennoxBarton
Barton Willinc D 1 0 Mills Mr llr and Mrs MrsJohn MrsJotl rs rsJoln
Wlin llis
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I Murtln Miss Edith Wetniore Wtmorel MIa 11 s Isabel IsabelMny Isabel IsabelM113
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llabcock Mr lr dOdd Ind Mrs Ire R K Collier Miss MlsaAnnu Misst 18 18I
Annu lahcock t 111th bunds Hads Mr Ir i r and a nd n d Mrs 31 tr8 r 1 I I Tovnai I on o Wtd5lICl > nd Ilur Ilurdnn Ii ur urI
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Dentlnck teB Lnr Bobrt tFS L 1 Ciittlne Cltll LImtt 111g James Jame do d Wolfe WolfeCutllnif WaIteCutlil VoIfeCIdI
Cutllnif lentlnck CIdI tilde Mr M r nnd Mrs Harry nrr 8 L Lhr < hr Mr Mrnnd llr llrIml Mriiml
nnd Iml Cutlil Mrs lr l rs nporjr for orgP f Ci Haven UIPf Mr lr and nd Mrs MriUrorizi1 IT
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Mr Ir nnd 1111 Mrs lr John Johl 11 I Drexel Irex l Mr lr nnd Mrs MrsKdiiiimcl Mrsi Irs IrsI
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liriir Itdrd r MI H ie K Kdna dntl Ikircir lllr 1km r Mr tr and Mrs Mrsiiithrou Mr irs irst
lulr t iiithrou II tliiitP 1 llnttn Ultlirhml II I it I rlinl ii ird tliu to I lie Miiwen MiC ii s Morton MortonMlmi i art on onMii
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Frcdcrlo Oallntln tUlDtl Mr Ir und Mrs lrs Philip Philp
Bchuyler Sohuyl r Mr and Mri Mr Uoelet Uoel t UnlUti UnlUtiLlvprniorf Ualatl tiallatiMr
Mr ad and Mra A L Norte Norris Mr M ad and Mrl Mrs MrsOiiyer C COITer
Oiiyer isehln Ir MI8 Miss Fanl Fanny II Isehle HIM Nora NoraI ora oraIselin
OITer I Iselin le1n Francis J Otis W nude Neison Xeiison XeiisonMiss
Miss tn1 Louise FranOs Scott Ots MIl Miss EdIth Clapp Mrs MrlUambrll Mrstiambriil
118 tiambriil UulAe Miss Jlth Edith ColfOr colford EIth Mr 1l ana anddrI anddrIHermane Mr
Uambrll Hermnnn Oelrlchs 0 de L rlr rlrtchs cb Phip PhipLI 1 Jul19 Jul19Livermore
Livermore LlvprniorfHurry LI Livermoreharry
Hurry rlorp rlorpInrn F Eldrldge Eldridle Col 1 nnd Mrs George GcortrGeorRo Oeor GeorgeII Ie Ien
n Inrn Dyer J Mis Miss Nataie atlle WtlM Wells Autn Austin lrn lrnWllnm Gray GrayWilliam
William P Burden W V F W Wlmltehouse II house Jr JrPrru JrGeorge
George Wllnm 1 Hrott Jllron Mrnliarold Mr Mrs harold Brown Stnnfor StnnforWhite 8tnntori nltanforcl nltanforcltdlt5
1 Inrold IrOWn
White Prru tdlt5 Louis L I White Tilte Ml 1 blIss Kanshawi KanshawiLewis 1lnshae 1lnshaeJewl ianshsweIewls
Lewis Whit Cn Case Ledynrd Jr MU Kiithcrln KiithcrlnThnyor KittidorineIhnyer IltherinoIhAfrr
Thnyor Jewl Mr and Mrs Victor ictor Borchnn Mr Minnd Mrnd Mrmind
mind IhAfrr nd Mr M Mrs hamilton nmltcn Fish Vitor Wcbiter SrchAn Mr Ir an anMr Ind IndIre and andMrs
Mr Ire Pembroke Jones Jonl Arthur luolln holn Alex Alexunder Alexnndrr Alexandier
under M > 1 Hudden Homun Baldwin rljUr Jl dwln tbe Misses MlosfSand MissesSands IMtS IMtSSnnd
Sand Grand dllautevlll Mr lr nnd Mm MmStanley Mf MrsStanley
Urane dnutvle
Stanley Stanle Mortimer torlmer Mr lr and Mrs rM Francis K KPendliton KPrndhton KPendieton
Pendliton Mr lr nnd lIre Mf Jonathan Tonlthnn n OJdfn OJdfnChlunee Ogden OgdenChmiuncey den denChauncey
Chauncey Chlunee M I Dci Delew < ew Mr Mrs II I McKny McKn Twom Twombly Iwom IwomhI rwomlI
bly hI the Misses 11 Twombly TWCrblr Mr and Mrs MriWilliam MrlWilam MrsWiiilani
William Wilam Douglas Doullas Sloane SloaneCELEHRATE BloanE BloanECELEIIATE SloaneCELEIIII4TE
Town T0111 In Scotland Sctand Decorated Ptcratt In Honor lonor a athe of ofthe
the Event Eventfptctal EnntprJal Eventcpeclat
fptctal prJal Cable Deipnlch Dtl Qlrl to Tax SUN SUNLONDON SU SULNDN SUELONDON
LONDON LNDN Nov I0 10There There was wal much re rejoiclng rejoicing rejoicing
joicing in East Est Lothian Lthlnn today over olr th thwedding the theweding tinewedding
wedding weding of tho Duko DulcoofRoxburgheto of Roxburghe Roxbughe to Miss MisMay MJls MJlsMar MissMay
May Ocelot at New York Dunbar Dunba Urox Uroxmouth Broxmouth rox roxmouth
mouth and ad Kelso Jel8 were decorated derato in honor honoof honorof honorof
of the tht occasion occsion and ad tho town bells bels ring rlnjout ringout ringout
out merrily morly A cake and wine breakfaswas breakfast break breakfastwas fait faitW0
was W0 held In Dunbar Duhnr town tow in the morning morningduring morig morigduring morningduring
during which congratulations cngratultons were cabled cabletto cabledto
to the Duke DukeTHE DukeTiE DukeTIlE
They Tey Were Wlre Border ChIeftains llleralns Who Kne Knethe Hnethe Knew Knewthe
the Ways a1 of W War WarSir WarSir r rSir
Sir Henry John InnesKer InneKer was W8 wa born br o oJuly on onJul onJuly
July Jul 25 1876 and Is the eighth Duke Dke o oRoxburghe of ofRxburghe ofRoxburgho
Roxburghe Rxburghe He le succeeded luce to the title tte ol olthe on onthe onthe
the death de th of his father in 1802 His other othetitles othertllCnre othertitles
titles tllCnre are Marquess of Bowmont and Cess Ceesford Ce Cessford
ford Earl Erl of Roxburghe Rxburghe Earl Erl of Kelso KelsoViscount Kel8 KelsoViscount
Viscount Viscunt Broxmouth Baron Roxburghe Roxburghand Roxburgheand
and Baron Ker of Cessford Ccssfor and Cavertoun CavertounIn Cveroun CverounIn
In Scotland Sctandj Earl Erl Innea Inne In the United Unit King Kingdom Kng Kngdom Kingdom
dom and he is a Baronet of Nova Scotia ScotiaHe Sctl ScotiaHe
He sits sit In the British Britsh House Hous of Lords Lrds aa 1 Ear EarInnes Erl ErlInnes Earlmace
Innes He le saw 8W active acte military mlt service serlt ai aiLieutenant 1 as asLieutenant
Lieutenant Leutenant of the Argyll Argyl and Sutherland SutherlantHighlanders Sutherlnd SutherlndHlghcmdoI SutherlandHighiandors
Highlanders HlghcmdoI In the South Buth African Arcn war am amho and andho andhe
ho is I an aidedocamp adedocmu to the Prince Prnc o oWales 01 01Wale ofWales
Wales WalesThe Wale WalesThe
The Dukes Dkes family famiy Is I one of the oldest oldpt anc ancthe and andthe andthe
the most distinguished ditingihed in Scotland Sctnd It ItQueen In InQuen InQueen
Queen Quen Victorias Victors reign the Dukes Dkes mother motherLady motherLy motherlAdy
Lady Ly Anno Emily Ely SpencerChurchill SpncrCurohl was waian wasan 1 1an
an Extra Etr Lady Ly of the Bedchamber Bchbr anc ancHletreis ad adItre8 and andWtreis
Hletreis Itre8 of the Robes Rbe She la I an a aunt of the tncpresent thepresent
present presnt Duke of Marlborough Marlbrough who also alsccame alO alOcme alsoeamo
came cme here her for his hi wife wifeThe wte wteTbe wifeThe
The family famiy has undergone many Iny vicis vicissitudes vlcl ylcisaitudee ¬
situdes sltudO especially espcaly in the time tm of the bar border br brder barder ¬
der warfare In England Egland The early ely acme anoeators ano acmetore <
tore tr waa of the Duke were border brder chieftains cnieftaimwho chieftainswho
who gradually grduly attained to the peerage peerageRobert peerageRobert
Robert Rbr Ker of Cessford CeBford atane being bing created crte prage prageRbr Lord LordRoxburghe Lr Lord LordRoxburghe
Roxburghe Rxbr be in 1609 IS0 and subsequently eubequenty being beingraised bing bingr beingraised
raised to the dignity dignty of an a earldom eldom A Along A Along Along
long standing contention contenton for supremacy euprmc supremacytook
took the Kers of Ceeeford Ceeefordnow Cesefordnow
tok place pla between Ker Cefor
now represented rpresnt by the Dukes Duk s family faly and andthe and andthe andthe
the Kerrs Ker of Ferniehurst Ferlehurt which resulted resultedin Iult
in frequent frquent bloodshed bloshe until unti in lOO 160 Robert RobertKer Rbr RobertKer
Ker of Cessford Celfor slew Ilow iow William WiIm Kerr Ker of An Ancrum A Ancrum
crum crm the head bed of the rival house houseJohn hous houseJohn
John the te third thir Duke rva was wa well we1 known in inthe Inthe Inthe
the literary lterr world of his bl time tie and his hi name nameis nme nameis I
is commemorated to this day in the Rox Roxburghe Roxburghe Roxburghe ¬
burghe Club The title tte and ad the estates estatesafter estatesafter tatC
after ater the third thrd Dukes death deth were the sub subject subject ub ¬ I Ijoct
ject of a famous lawsuit which occupied oCple the theScottish theScottish I
Scottish Ecttih Supreme Court Cour and the House Hous of ofLords ofLrd ofLords
Lords Lrd for several years ye but which was wasfinally WI wasfinally
finally greatgreatgrandfather greatgreatgrandfatherThe fnly decided decide eer in favor of the preeent prnt Dukes Dukesgreatgreatgrandfather Dues Duesgreatgreatgandfather Dukesgreatgreatgrandfather
greatgreatgandfather greatgreatgandfatherThe The present prent Dukes Dkel gallantry glantr in the theSouth theSuth theSouth
South African war did not earn er for him himmention himmenton himmention
Suth Aricn
mention In the ofcal official despatches deplthe but he hewas hewn howas
was wn menton complimented cmplmente most highly hghly by tho thomen thomen themen
men under him especially espcly In one instance instancewhen Intanc instancewhen
when he turned ture back bck under fire fre to nave naveone lve lveone saveone
one of his troopers The Duke Dke accom accompanied accm accmnle accompanied ¬
panied nle the Prince Prin trpr and Princess Prc of Wales Waleswhen WaO Waleswhen
when as 1 Duke and an Duchess Duche of York they theymade theyme theymade
made a tour tur of the empire empir and he took tk a aconspicuous Bcnpicous aconspicuous
cnpicous me conspicuous part at at the coronation oronton an of King KingEdward KingEward KingEdward
Eward Edward The pr ducal estates 0tt are ar Floors FloorsCastle Floor FloorsCastle
Kelso and Broxmouth BroxmouthPark BroimouthPark
Cate Castle Kpb Roxburghe Rxburghe ad Brnouth BrnouthPark
Park Dunbar Dnbar Haddtngtonahire HaddtngtonahireCroak Hadlngtnblr HadlngtnblrCrolkLnUhon HaddingtonshireCrookLentlihon
Croak CrolkLnUhon CrolkLnUhonMiss CrookLentlihon CrookLentlihonMiss Lentllhon LentllhonMiss
Miss Minna Mlnnl Lentllhon Lentlhon youngest youn st daughter daughterf d ugher ugherof
of > f the late Mr and Mrs Irs Joseph Lentllhon Lentllhonn fntlhon fntlhonwn
wn was n married to Montgomery Porter Porer Crook Crookfstcrdny Crok Crookyesterday
yesterday yesterdl afternoon aternoon in Trinity Chapel by byhe b bthe bythe
the he Rev fe Dr W H Vlbbert Vibber the vicar Tlca The Thertdo Thebrldo Thebride
bride > was given Inn away by her brother Eugene Eugeneentllhon EUiene EUieneLentlhon EugeneLentillion
entllhon She word a white whie satin gown gownrimmed gowntrimmed on ontrimmed
Lentlhon trimmed with superb point lace Incta satn which hich had hadsimilar hadbeen hadbeen
been worn by her nutCounte8 auntCountess dArschot Ar8ehot on ona ona
a similar occasion occasionMr occasionMrs occasionMrs
simia Mr Mrs Samuel Pierce was wa matron of honor honornd honorant honorand
and nd thero were no bridesmaids Edward Edwardurtz EdwardKur EdwardKurtz
ant Kurtz urtz Crook assisted nslste his brother as best blst man mannil m manand n nnnd
Kur and nil Theodore Koosovelt Pail Pe1 Edward D Dentlhon DIentlhon DLentlihon
entlhon A Sutherland Irving George GeorgeS
S Ientlhon Mtttenclonf ltteniorf larold Ilarold Kunke Moris Morris Under Underhi Underbill I
hi bill George E COi8vel Cogaweli and ueore deorge C Boldt BoldtJr BoldiJr
Jr r wero ushers ushersThe Ishln
The 11 he attendance at the chapel was M Urge Urgehe larae laraeThe largeThe
The he reception rpcepton given Ilvon afterward afterwlrd by Countess CountessArBchot Counted CountessdArsehot
ArBchot d at her home 27 West Tenth street streetf streetWIA streetwas
was only br or tho relatves relatives and Intimate friend friendsof I Ier
WIA Intmate
er f the couple coupleMiss cuple i
Uluelah UluelahMII LeggWeish
Miss MII Lillian Liian Welsh Ish andII ad H Bertram Le Lewere Leg Legwere Lr Lrere
were ere married yesterday afternoon afteroon In St Stlartholomcws StBartholomews StBartholomews
Bartholomews Church Curch by the rector rcor the thelev theRev theRev
Rev lev Dr David H I freer The bride was wasIven walelven wasgiven
given Iven away by her father fath r 8 Charles Charlel Welsh Welshlss WelshMI8 WelshMiss
MI8 Miss lss Mabel llbt1 Elizabeth Welsh Wallh was IS the maid of oficnor ofhonor ofhonor
honor icnor and the thl Misses MIss Ethel Eth 1 Peck P ck Grace Gracelallard UraceJlllrd GraceBallard
Ballard Alice Beebe and Alice Douglass DouilaM of ofCincinnati ofCilclnnntr ofCincInnati
Cincinnati were bridesmaids brldpsmlldA There was WIA a aower 1 aflower
flower Cilclnnntr ower maiden ma den also nlo Ruth Welsh WIIAh ish a youthful youthfulIster youthfulsister outhful outhfulIlstlr
sister Ilstlr fowtr of the thf bride bride The T ushers u hrs were 8 8Varies SChnrlp8 5Charles
Varies Welsh e1gh Jr George por W V Welsh eleh 8 8toward 8Uowlrd 8Howard
toward Uowlrd Armstrong Armstronl William WUflm C Armstrong Armstrongjymnn Arm ArmstrongLyman tronl
jymnn Lmn Rhoades Jr and nd Hugh nUlh 8 Jarvis Jnrvlsleorge Jnrvll JarvisGeorge
George Albert Loire Li was the thl best man mln A AVrlsh AImll Asmall
small Gcorje reception WI was Ilvfn given by Mr and nd Mrs MrsIlsh MrsWelsh
Imll Welsh street stret Ilsh recpton at their home hOle 27 Welt west Eightyfirst Eightyfirsttreet Ehtynrst Ehtynrststret Elghtyflrststreet
flinseThebaud flinseThebaudElizabeth ninur Theband ThebandElizabeth
nnllTeband nnllTebandElznbeth
Elizabeth Elznbeth Hewlett Thebaud T Th b baud ud widow of ofdwnrd ofEdnrd ofEdward
Edward Thebaud Tlbaud was married yesterday yesterdayo yestetn yestetnto
to o Henry B Blnsse Dnsse at the th Church Curch of St Vln Vlnient Vl Vincent
cent Ont de Paul In West Twentythird street streetDie stret stretTe streetThe
Die Te ceremony cremony was WR performed pertorme by the Very Verylev VeryRev el
Rev Re Theophlle Wucner WucnerThe WueherTf WucherThi
The TIophUe encasement mfnt was WI announced announCd about the thenlddle themiddle themiddle
middle Tf enlll of September Slptemblr Mr Thbaud Thtbaud who wholied whodied whodied
died about three thr years plrA ago liO was WI the thf head headif hl headof d dof
of if the firm of Thebaud T bnld Bros and Ind a brother brotherf
of > f the thf late frm Paul 1111 Thebaud Th blud Mrs Irs Blnsse lnlso Is a alaughter adnughter adaughter
laughter of the thl late Townsend Scudder ScudderEND ScudderEVD I I II
Dies DII In Hospital lospltl or a Fall FalDre1rl FallBrewer Brewers Son Sonof Sn Sonor I Ior
or His 11 > ame amt Figured In Divorce Suit SuitA Sui Suiman SuItA
A man of thirtyfive thlrtyfvf rather rather shabbily shabbilyIressed Ihabblr Ihabblrcree8e shabbilydressed
dressed cree8e walking waldnp through West Wet Thirty ThirtyIrst Thlrt Thlrtfrst Thirtyfirst
frst first Irst street yesterday morning mornlnf pitched pitchedorward piche pitchedforward
forward forar in some Iome kind knd of a a fit II and fell felln fel fellIn
In n front of No 220 striking strlklnf his hil head bOd on the thelavement thepavcment thepavement
pavement He lay there unconscious unconscouB An Anmbulance Anambuanc Anmunbulance
mbulance ambuanc took him to the New ew York YorkJospital YorkHOplal YorkHospital
Hospital HOplal HOplalOn HospitalOn JospitalOn
On the way 1ay he recovered revere consciousness consciousnessong consciousne
Ions long ong enough enouph to say Iny that he was Walter WalterVllliam Waler WalerWiiam WalterWilliam
Vllliam Wiiam Price Prc of 208 Eighth Eghth avenue which whichs hlcb hlcbII
II is s a lodging house He had tome letters lettersiddreesed letel leteladdree lettersaddressed
addressed addree to Walter Waler altor W Price He died diedn dlrdIn diedin
In n tho hospital hospial apparently apparenty of an Injury Injuryto
to o his head headAt hendAt headAt
At tho Florence Flornc the Vigilant YIKlant and another anotherJighth anotherEighth anotherEighth
Eighth avenue lodging house houfe where wher the thenan theman
te teman
man had recently recnty stopped RtOppe It was Wi said that thathe
he 10 was WI tho son Rn of Walter Waltr J Price Prlt now dead deadho dea deadwho
who ho wa WI was a metnl mEmher meniuber > cr of the thE brewing firm firmf fr firmof
of > f Clausen Causen A ct t Price Pric and that the young younginan youngman youngman
man was 1 a I graduate Iradlat of some college collegeAll cleRo cleRoAl
All Al of this ti tallies tlO with wih the history hitor of Walter WalteriVIlllam Waler WalerWiiam WalterWilliam
iVIlllam Price the son of Walter J Price Priceho Pricethe
Wiiam Prctthe Prce Prcethl
thl the ho brewer brwer The b ho elder Price on his death deathibout dlnh dlnhabout deathabout
about six x years year ago left two daughters daughtel ana anaL and anda
a L son Walter W alter tcr William Wiiam Vt 1111am He Ie did not leave leavenuch leavemich leavemuch
much mich money mone moneWalN moneyaiten
Wallet WalN aiten William ihliam am Price Prie on March 15 tRill 1892narriod tRillmarried
married mnrrle Ada da O Proctor daughter calght6r of Vice VlceriMdont VicePresident Ict
President Pnsldfnt W F Proctor of time 1 SInger Slnfcr Sew Sewng Sw SwIng SowIng
Ing ng Machine Company COnp He lived 111 with her limit IIr IIrut herat ¬
ut it her fathers R homo 611 61 Fifth Filh avenue avenueor anueror avenuefor
for or a time They separated In October Octoberi893
lme I Otobr OtobrIR93
i893 nnd in November Noembr Rprate 1805 the wife ob obalned ohtairmed I Itale
alned tale an absolute a1 lute divorce with the custody custodyif I Iof
of if their thei two year Yt old daughter daughte Katharine Katharineind Ktha KatharInand I
and resumed resume her maiden name lae
offers offer to customers of Com Companics Companle Cornpsnles
panics panle which cusomer are removing removingbett removingfrom removingfrom
from the neighbrhood neighborhood the thebel thebest
best bel facilities facitie for the safe safedeposit safedeposit safedeposit
deposit of Valuable Papers PapersJewelry Paper PapersJewelry
Jewelry etc In modern fre freand fire fireand ire ireand
Jewelr and burglar burgla proof vaults vaultsSPECIAL vault vaultRrEC1AL vaultsSPECIAL
208 5th Avenue Avenue12S
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Premier Ptmler Admits Admis Th Tat That t the SItuatIon Sluatnn I ICriticalEurope II IICrtoalEurop IsCriticalEurope
CrtoalEurop CriticalEurope RecognIzes Reeosnl7H the Dan DanBcr Da DaserDrla DanicrDelay
Bcr serDrla Drly Increases Inerese It I by Allowlm AllowlmWar Alolns Alolnsnar AhioInWar
War Spirit Iplrlt In Japan Japn to Spread SpreadSpecial SprradS SpreadSpecial
Special S rral Cable Cab Dnpalclt Dplrllo to Tm SUN SUNTOKIO SUNTOKIO UUNToKlo
TOKIO Nov lOPrime IOPrme Minister MInstr Katsura Katsurain
in receiving reellng a deputation deputaton of tho AntlRus AntlRusslan AntRus AntRussian AntlRussian
the complete compleUunity completeunity
sian League today tay urged cmplet cmpletunity
unity and solidarity 8ldarty of the people peplo In vie vieof view viewof
of the present situation situaton which he described describeeaa
aa 1 most critical criticalA critcal
A meeting of politicians plicians commercial commerclamen commerial commeriallen
men len and journalists journalst has h adopted aopted a strong strongresolution strng strngreluton strongresolution
resolution reluton calling oing upon upn the Government Oovernmenlnot Ooyernmentnot
not to t delay dely decisive delsle action acton In tho ncgotta ncgottalions negota negotaton negotlations
lions ton with Russia RussiaThey RUMlaThoy RussiaThey
They declare that a postponement pstpnement of a asettlement asttemnt asettlement
settlement sttemnt is I detrimental detrlmmtl to the interests interestsI Interst I Iof
I of the nation naton and to peace in the Far East EastPopular Et EtPopular EamtPopular
Popular excitement excitment pc is growing Th Thofficial The Theofcil Theofficial
official ofcil pacific pclfo assurances urnc given out it itEurope In InEurop inEurope
Europe Europ are greatly graty doubted doubtedLONDON doubte doubtedLONDOX
LONDON LNDN Nov U HTo 11Tho Tho anxiety anxety causec causecby cUed cUedby caused causedby
by the persistent prsistnt postponement pOtpnement of a Ruseo RuseoJapanese RUo RUoJapane RussoJapanese
Japanese Japane settlement Bettement is I increased IncreMe by the thireports therepr thereports
reports of the Japanese Japanoo Prime Ministers Mlnlsteriadmission MlnlsterI MlnlsterIamlAlon Ministersadmission
admission amlAlon repr that fho < ho situation Bltuaton Is critical criticaand criticaland
and ad the growing Impatience Impatenco of the nation nationThe naton natonTe nationThe
The Te Standard editorially eitrily voices voic the wide widespread wide widesprad wIdespread ¬
spread sprad opinion that tht the divergence divergenc between betweerthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the Russian Run and Japanese Japane Governments Governmentsmust Goernent GoernentmUt Governmentsmust
must mUt be profound profoud when it Is allowed aowed to t delay delaya dely delya
a settlement settement that tht would ould avert grave grve danger dangeito dnger dngert
to t both bothThe bth bthThe bothThe
The paper adds that it would be b Inn Inezcusable Inncllble inexcusable
cusable cllble pp optimism optimm to t remain remi blind blid to t the therisk therisk therisk
risk that working the warlike warliketendencies warliketendencies
that delay dely by workig up te walke walketdecie
tendencies tdecie of the Japanese Japes dally dly dimin diminishes dm diminlobes ¬
lobes Ishe the chances chlce of a peaceful pacfu solution solutionKAISER solutionKAISER luton lutonKMSER
Doctors Dctol Permit Him 1m to Take Te Ills 11 V VMornlnc VI Usual UsualMorning
Morning Mors Walk Wak In the le Open Opn Air AirSpteial Ai AicaJ AltSpecial
Special caJ CaMs Cab Diipatclt Dupacl to 0 Tax Tl Sro SroBERLIN S SUNBEaLnI
BERLIN Nov No10Te 10 10The The physicians physci I attend attending ated atedIng attendIng ¬
ing the te German Germl Emperor Epror Issued 18ue this tis morn mornbig mor mornlag
big Ig the te following folowg bulletin buletn regarding regdig th thcondition the theodlton thecondition
condition odlton of his hs Majesty who ho on o Saturd Saturdunderwent Study Studyudeet Saturday Saturdayunderwent
for the removal of ofa ofa
underwent udeet an I operation opaton reoval o oa
a polypus plyu from frm the larynx larynxSlow lyx lyxBlow larynxSlow
Slow improvement Ipovemot In I the appearance appearanceof appc
of the te left lof vocal vcl cord crd continues cntuO The Te Em Emperor E Emperor ¬ I
peror por will wi resume his hi customary cstomy morning morningwalk morig morigwak morningwalk
walk in the open air airCommander airCommander
wak I te opn ar arCommader
Commander Commader Peary Pea In I England Enslands Englandspcail EnilandSpictal
Spictal s dl Cabs Ca Dnpalcii Dupac to t Tax TU SUN SUNPORTSMOUTH 811 SimsPoareMoDru
PORTSMOUTH Nov 10 IOTe 10The The American Americannaval Americ AmericDavalomlo Americannaval
naval Davalomlo commission under Commander Comder Peary PearyInspected Pey PeyIspt Pearyinspected
Inspected Ispt the establishments eBtablshmet here hee today todayThe tooay tooayT todayThe
The T result rest probably pobbly will wi be b that tt the te naval navalbarracks navalbak navalbarracks
bak barracks Trill wl be b copied cpie by the United UnitedStates Unite UnitedStates
States StatesBwedlth Stt SttIwe Statesgwedhili
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tribunal Vbun1 has h awarded aware claims clim against againt Vene Venezuela Venezel Venezuela ¬
zuela zel amounting amountng to t 175878 16178 bolivars blva The Thetotal Thettl Thetotal
total ttl amount amunt of the claims c1 presented prnt was wasSMWO
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Spttlal SPal Casts Cab Ditpatth Dl all to t TRI Tl SUN SUNPARIS 51 SUNPASTS
PARIS Nov 10 loMle 10MIle Mile Lude Luce Faure Fauredaughter Faur Fauredaughter
daughter of the late Ite President Prldent of France Francewas Frnc FrncWI Francewan
was WI married mare today tday to Georges OergO Oeoyan Oeoyana
a wellknown 1eUknown journalist jouralit The Papal PapalNuncio Papl PaplNuncio PapalNuncio
Nuncio to t France Frnc blessed ble the couple ouple on onbehalf onbhalf onbehalf i
behalf bhalf of the Pope PopeGERUAIC Pop PopeGERMANIC
Gifts Gru to t Harvard Hard From om Emperor Emprr William Williamon
CAMBRIDGE Mass M Nov 10 10Ha 10Harvard 10HarvardUniversity Harvard HarvardUniversity
University UnveIlty today celebrated clehrate the formal formalopening foral formalopening
opening and dedication deicton of its 11 new Germanic GermanicMuseum Gerano GeranoMUeu leonardoMuseum
opng MUeu Museum The Te museum has ha been open for forsome forsome forsome
some time tme but the formal fora opening openng and anddedication ad addecton anddedication
decton dedication were postponed p0tpne until unti the gift gi of ofEmperor ofEperr ofEmperor
Emperor Eperr William Wiiam had ha been b en Installed Inte and anduntil andunti anduntil
unti until his representatives repreentathO could cud make the thepresentation thepreentation thepresentation
presentation The Te collection lecton is now being beingexhibited beingexibite beIngoxhibited
exhibited exibite In I Rogers RgerA Hall Hal the old gymnasium gymnasiumbuilding gyniu gymnasiumbuilding
from Memorial Hall HallThere HallThere
buiding building just JUt across acrol Memora H
afoot for the build building buildlog ¬
Tee There are already arey plans afot buid buidIng
ing of a structure Itre ure for housing the collection collectionIn coletion coletionIn
In addition adton to the gifts plte of the Emperor Emperorand Eprr Eprrand Emperorand
and private Individuals Individuas already areay announced announcedit aouncr
it was wn made me known today tay that tbat Prof Arch Archibald Ardbad Archbald ¬
bad bald Cary Cr Coolidge Cooldge of the history hstor depart department drptment departmeat ¬
ment at Harvard Hanad has h presented preonte to the themuseum tht thtmUeum themuseum
mUeum museum a collection olelon of 10000 100 volumes volumO of ofGerman ofGera ofGerman
Gera German history histor The Th le books boks are ae largely largelyrom lagey lageyrom i
rom the collection cletol of the late Prof Conrad Conradvon Cna Conradvon
von Maurer Maurr of Munich MunichAnother MunichAnother MunichAnother
Another gift git announced nnounr today tday consists consistsof onlits onlitsof
of a collection olectlon of galvanoplastto galvanoplato repro reproductions rpro rproductons reproductions ¬
ductions ductons of products rductA of the thl German Gfrman silver silversmiths siver siversmiths sliversmiths ¬
smiths art from frm tho th Middle lddle Ages to t tho thoeighteenth thoelphtrenth theeIgliICflth
eighteenth ar century century This 1 111 liii gift Rif is I made by byGerman bjOer byGerman
Oer German elphtrenth scholars holnl tntuf hih fLth officials ofcll and men of ofIn ofafair8 ofaffairs
afair8 affairs Te The cl collection etlol now 01 on ehlLllou ehlLllouIn exhibition exhibitionIn
In Berlin Brln will m be sent Rnt to Harvard Hanlrd soon soonA EoonA soonA
A bound Loud and high highty embellished embplshed manu manuscript manusrpt macuscript ¬
srpt script signed by b Rudolph VirchowlMomm VirchowlMommson YJrhow Iomm Iommson
son Dummolor Durelor and other noted notd scholars scholarsand soholarsand scholarsand
and by many public publc and ad private prhate contribu contributors contilbutore ontIILutOn ¬
tore tOn will wi accompany the collection collectionAt cletion cletionAt
At the formal exercises exerc s Baron Earn von vonBuRScheHaddcrhaucer vonBussehoHadderhauser oonus
BuRScheHaddcrhaucer us beHddorhUr of the German GermanEmbassy Oer GermanEmbassy
EmLM Embassy at Washington Waehlngn and Lieut LieutMartin Leut LeutMartn LientMartin
Martn Martin Military Mlt Attach Atach were wer present presnt to torepresent t torepresent
rprEeent represent tho German Emperor EmperorThe lmpror lmprorThe EmperorThe
The following rolowlng cablegram received rOIed by
Prident President Eliot Elot last 1t night was 1 read readliTnuN r readBxanms
liTnuN Nov NovPresident B BPmiirnt
President Prtidrnt Knot Elot 11mm larrar nrrarrf Unireniii UnireniiiProsperity Un Universdv UniversdvProsperity nLNI tr i v vProR1rltr I
Prosperity ProR1rltr and success to the Germanic GermanicMuseum GermanioMuseum GermanloMuseum
Museum the newest milestone mlOtone of German Qerraanmerlcan GermanAmerican GermanAmerican
American friendship Harvard forever foreverHOLLBIIK toreerHOLLBIN foreverhioLasamE
CIT CIrl rr COLLEGE nor nUNS AWAY AWAYerbert AWtrHerbet 4W41Herbert
Herbet Herbert erbert Marks Ilarkl Whod Been Suffering Snlrrlns From FromNervouintii Fom FomNeMoultu From Fromeryousnesi
Nervouintii NeMoultu eryousnesi Leaves Lt1 Home HomeHenry 10me 10meHenr HomeHenry
Henry Henr and Louis Luis Marks Maks of 234 23 East Et Sixty Sixtyighth Sixtyelghtb Sixtyeighth
street went to Police
eighth stret Polc Headquarters Headquartersast Hedquarr
Int last ast night and reported repred the disappearance disappearancef dlsppano dlsppanoof
of > f their brother brther Herbert Horbrt who ho is 18 years yearsild ye yeold yearsold
old ild and haft hl been bn a student Itudent at the New York Yorklty YorkCty YorkCity
Cty City lty College CollegeHe Colege ColegeHo
Ho ban been suffering from
ha ben Auterlng nervousness nervousnessately nervousne nervousnesslately
lately latel and ald a week wek ago Igo at the persuasion pIunlon of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he other members membrs of his family faml stayed stayediway HtUe stayedaway
away awa from college collegeThe clege clegele collegelime
The le young OWI iiuii IJI resumed rslme his studios uudle on onklnnduv onMondu onMonday
Monday klnnduv and nd attended atclll the rooming cession cessioncsterday cessionyesterday slon slone
yesterday e teldn joturnlng loullll to bib hil homo hcmo at noon noonind noonand noonand
and having eln shortly Iborl ufienvard aft Ild Late in the theiftcrnoon tLeafernon theafteodoon
iftcrnoon afernon It wn was found that thlt ho had td taken tlken a arip arl agrill
grill rip rl und Hume Iml clothing cuthlnj with him On n nable 1 atalus
able in hi hie his room was a note which ox plained lxplnlled lxplnlledIn oxplalmiedill plainedn
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away awa and nTI that tl t In II ii hojtxl lJjod lie 11 wee vnt f not d dchl dchlwrong < > lni lnivrong
wrong With itl the note wore or woral prll pawn pawl lavntickets
tickets tckets for his hil watch wlteh nnd then thlI ionsena ionsenaITects INlcnal INlcnalelectl iorscnaleffects
effects electl and ad thu family famly learned lemed later lau in tho tholay thoday timeday
day that he had I drawn drwn a small amount aut of ofnoney ofmoney ofmoney
money from frm a bonk bak sma
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Infants Outfitting OutfittingFrom Out tting ttingFrm
From Frm the lowest lowet grades graee consistent with true tre economy economyto
to the finest handmade haemae goods goOs to be found in Europe or orAmerica 01Aeca orAmerica
America Aeca our assortments asorments and a stocks are the largest ldrest and andbest ic andbeast
best het chosen chose in every e eve line lineDainty lineDant lineDainty
Dainty Dant handmade h ma e goods goOs fine bassinettes hasindes embroid embroidered embrlc embrlcee embrolderedtm ¬
ered ee flannels flanel coats caps I in fact fac every ee requisite requiite can be befound befoun bef
found foun f ound in i a range rage of ofprlces prices prces and an variety aret of choice that cannot cannotfail cannotfait CaIlflOtfail
fail to suit every eey individual in ii ua buyer buye If we ue cannot fill fi your yourrequirements yourruirmets yourrequirements
requirements ruirmets it is useless useles to look elsewhere elsewhereThis elsehere elsehereThi elsewhereThis
This Thi holds hol s good goO in n all at at departments epament of our establish establishment efabUsn efabUsnmet establishmerit ¬
We want for the complete outfitting outfittingof
merit met supply every ee complee outfitng outfitngof
of boys bys and a girls girl from frm infancy infac to eighteen eighee years of age in a avariety aaret avariety
variety aret of styles stles and an prices not to be found elsewhere elsehere
6062 West 23d Street
Telephone TelephoneDirectory TelephoneDrectory
Directory Directoryfor Drectoryfor
for the Winter months monthsgoat monthsgo monthsgoes
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To suun Sour listings listingsoontraots lstng lstngcontraot listIngscontracts
contracts contraot must bs b mad midiprior madprlr madprIer
prior t t9 that date dateNEW datIHE dateNEW
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John o Jacob aMb Disposes mlpl of a qn quarter rter of ofMillion a a111on aMillion
Million 111on Wort Worth In One Lot LotCol Lt LtCl LotCol
Col Cl John Jacob Jacb Astor who for severo severoyears several severalyears vrl vrlye
years ye has h been bn getting gettg rid ri of his hil tenement tenementhouse tnemont tenementhouse
house and the into Intibusiness intobusiness
ho property prpry ad puttg money Ito Itobusine
busine business buildings buiding apartments apent and other othecostly oter oterOUy othercostly
costly OUy improvements Iprveen disposed dlsp yesterday yesterdayof Yeterday Yeterdayot
of a a block front frnt and a a half hf on the west WOt sidi sidiof sldo sldoot eldeof
of Avenue A extending etndig northward northwa from frotrFourteenth IromFourenth fromFourteenth
Fourteenth Fourenth street strt The deal del included includedtwelve Incuded Incudedtwelve includedtwelve
twelve lots 101 valued value at about abut MSOOOO 150 They Thojwere Tboywer Theywere
were wer bought bught by the te Central Centrl Realty Rty Bond Boneand Bondad Bondand
and ad Trust Tet Company Cmpy of which Henry He Mor Morgenthau Morgenthau Morgenthau
genthau Is president presidentThe prident pridentTe presidentThe
The Te lots Iot are a leased le to t various vaous tenants tenantsfor tnt tenantsfor
for twentyyear twentyer terms ters most mot of which date daufrom datefrm datefrom
from frm 1898 18 and mpg 189 The Te improvements improvementsconsist Iprveent improvementsconsist
consist cnit of fourstory fourstr tenements teneents with stores storesbuilt sore storesbuilt
built buit years yet ago by the te present prent lessees Itlee or ortheir orteir ortheir
their teir predecessors pfeC0I In earlier erler sales sle by Col ColAstor Cl ClAtr ColAstor
Astor Atr on the East Est Side the sites sit usually ualy
have hve been bn sold direct dIrct to the te tenants tenantsand tnnt tenantsand
and within wtin the last Jt year twentysir twentysirlots twentysIxIot
lots Iot In Fourteenth Fourenth and ad Fifteenth Ftt streets streetswest Itrt streetswest
west t of Avenue A have hTe been bn sold ld in this thisway ti thisway
way WT So S few of the te leaseholders lebolderon on the theavenue te teaveue theavenue
avenue aveue however howevercr cared to t avail avi themselves themselvesof temelve
of the te offer ofor to t buy that tt the property propry there therewas ter timerswas
was wa sold in n bulk bulkThe bulke bulkThe
The e purchasing puchaig company cpy will wl probably probbly
find a market for about half the lots
fd maket abut hl te among amongthe aong aongthe amongthe
the present pet lessees lesl The Te rest will wi no doubt doubtbe doubtb doubtbe
be b taken tk up by builders buiders for Improvement Improvementwith Iprovemet Iprovemetltb
with ltb six sl story Itory tenements teemete Yesterdays Yesterdayssale YOterdays YOterdaysIle
sale Ile was negotiated negotl by Douglas Duglas Robinson RobinsonCharles Rbl RobinsonCharles I
Charles Cale 8 Brown Drw A d t Co CoIt CoI CoIt
It I Is understood uderstoo that tt another aother important importantdeal Iprt Iprtdel Importantdeal
deal In Astor will be
del I Astr property proprty wl completed completedin
in I a day dy or two to William Wiim Waldorf Astor Astorowns Altor Astorowns
owns ons the westerly wCtelyllalt westerlyimalf half of the to block bounded boundedby
by First Frt avenue aveue Avenue AV8ue A Fourteenth Fourteenthand Foutet
and ad Fifteenth Frenth streets streetsLABOR stets stetsLABOR streetsLABOR
Report R pr to the Federation FtUon of the le Confer Conferenee Conrerne Confereeoc
enee rne Held Iled With ltb the Ue President PresidentBOSTON Prdent PresidentBosToN
BOSTON EOSTON Nov 10 10Te 10The The executive exetve com committee cm cmmtto cornnaittee ¬
mittee mtto of the American Aerca Federation Feeraion of Labor Labortold Lbr Lbrtld Labortold
told tld something fmethlng of the meetings meeig with Presi President Pel Peldent Preeldent ¬
dent Roosevelt Rosovelt in the annual anua report rr which whichwas whichwa whichwas
was wa read r today at a the convention cnventon It I la laa Iea Isa
a long report rpr the reading raig of which re required r msqimirod ¬
quired qntr more mor than two to hours hoursThe houl hoursThe
The reference rfernce to t the relations rlton between betweenPresident betwen betwenPrldent betweenPresident
President Prldent Roosevelt Roevelt and organized organe labor laborwas lbr lbrwa laborwas
was wa a record rerd of Interviews Interiew which whch the coun council cun cunci counoil ¬
oil ci has ha had with wth the President Pldent At one time timethe tme tmethe timethe
the council oouncl had a two hour Interview Intrew with withhim withhim withhim
him about the eight hour law the anti antiinjunction ant antiinjunction
injunction law lw and the open opn shop idea ideain IdesIn
in which wheh the te Miller Mier case ca in the Printing PrintingBureau Ptig PtigBuru PrintingBureau
Bureau Buru is Involved InvolvedThe Involve InvolvedThe
The Te President Pldent said sd in the conference conferencethat conferencethat
that tht he favored favord the eight hour law Iaw would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take the antiInjunction antInJuncion law under careful carefulconsideration crful crfulcnlderton carefulconsideration
consideration cnlderton but as a to the Miller Mler case casehe easehe
he handed hde to t the committee orltt a prepared preparedstatement prpr preparedstatement
statement Ita ment in which he said sid he could ould no nomore nomore itomore
more take te notice notc of the fact that a a man manis manis
is a union unon or nonunion laborer labrr than th he hecould heculd hecould
could culd consider cnider a mans ms religion rlgion or na nationality n astionallty ¬
tionality tionalityThe tonlty
The Presidents PIldent1 statement was wa embodied embodiedIn
In the report rprt and ad was wa read rea to the conven convention cnnn cnnnton eonvention ¬
tion ton It was U received rehe without wthout expression expressionof exrelon exrelonof
of any anylnd kind from the floor floorLIVELY for forL floorLEVEL
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A fire fr In the five fv story stor business bUllnl build building buid buidIng building ¬
ing which whch runs rns from frm 628 81 Broadway Braway to toMercer t toMercer
Mercer Merr street etrt gave p ve the firemen fmen a hard ha fight fightlast fght fghtlt fightlast
last lt night The Te fire tr started stared in the cellar cellarand cellarand
and spread to the floors
ad lpr upper uppr fol through througha
a well wel in the centre centreA cntr
A number numbr of the firemen frmen were wer affected affectedby affectedby
by the smoke Imoke and had to leave the build building buid buidIng buildleg ¬
ing One of them Stephen Healy of En Engine Engn Engino
gine gn S3 8 returned rture and ad was wa carried crred out a asecond aIcnd asecond
Icnd second time tmo He le was a attended attnded by an a am ambulance amlulac arcbulanco ¬
bulance lulac surgeon sugn and ad sent Bnt to the house hoU of ofEngine ofEngine ofEngino
Engine 33 3 in Great Orat Jones street srt One Oneflreman OneOrman Oneflreman
flreman Orman was I cut by glass glassIn gWI glassIn
In going olnl to the fire fre Engine Eplno S3 scared 8are a atenrn ateam
team of horses attached to
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of tho Broadway Droada Central Centrl Hotel The Thehorses Te TehorlM Thehorses
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and ad ciaehed O Ihe Into mb it at Houston 110u ton street ttreotThe Itlet ItletTll streetTime
Tll The horses were thrown throw and the pole of the thecoach thecch thecoach
cch coach broken brokenCoroner brokenCrler brokenCoroner
Coroner Crler Bcholer was W at the fire fre and ad so sowoii soW sowas
was W Chaplain Cplaln Ackloy Ackey It was WB tho first tTt fire firethat Urothat Orethat
that that Omplnln Ollpnln Ackley Acke has hn attended atende since sincehetuiire slnc8II sinceide
II ide hetuiire CUCCCtIPd ucrfd ded Id Chaplain Clapllln Yalklcy YalklcyChief alkleyChIef klcy klcyChief
Chief Purroy Purro estimated ltmtc the damage dllg at atabout atnhout atalotmt
about 110000 O limo fire fro Insurance Inlurnc mon monNlld monNthl mensaid
said it would l 1M i about IIJt 125000 12500 limo Thollrm TI limofirms
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Were giving away birthday birhday bargains bargainsStart bargainsStart bargainsStart
Start your prosperity by saving money moneyon
on these necessaries necessariesOvercoat necessariesOvecoat necessariesOvercoat
Overcoat Ovecoat Skibbereen Frieze 1250
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5 S6 6 7 Pegtop Trousers 375
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and ad desk and ad boudoir appoint appointments appint appintment appointments
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which whch may be bad ha In complete completesets cmplet cmpletsets completesets
sets or as individual idvdua pieces at atprices atprcs atprices
prices prcs ranging rangng as a low as a one onedollar onedoUa onedoUar
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The Te Coroners Croners Jury Jur which whch tnreetJ I InreOtjtcd InreOtjtcdthe ated atedthe a
the owe oae of Edward Ewar H Carpenter who was waanhot wasshot
shot and killed by a gambler known BS BSThomas asThomas
Thomas Lenahan and aa Doe Naylor In Intho 1mmthe
the Rossmore Hotel found a Terdlce verdiceter verdiceterday ter terday
day exoneratIng Lenahan on the ground groundthat groundthat
that he acted in aolfdefence aolfdefenceCoroner selfdefenceCoroner
Coroner Scholar nt the request of the thoDistrict theDistrict
District Attorneys office held Lenahan In
12000 2000 bail to await the action of the Grand GrandJuly GrandJuly
July Ball was furnished furnishedEyewitnesses furnishedEyewItnesses
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Carpenter had abused and attacked Lena Lenahan Lenahan
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