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THE SUN. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911.
MIDDIES GET THEIR HONORS
mij.rrn comraxy cartvres
Tin, eni.0 us ton Tin: year.
was just straight dancing.
King and Miss Winchester led I
UVPr in the Auditorium nnPAaa Ilia vnrfl
there wet another party. The alumni of
Annapolis, many of whom havo gone
Into civil life, have come hack for thin
evening At dinner menu time a number
of them were in Hancroft Hall, and the
midshipmen cave, them a cheer and heard
the antique form of yelling that used to
prevail in the old timer' day.
There'K something else now for those
returning men to learn. It In the kind
of slang that in in fashion just now. A
man liven on the third deck, never the
third door, of Bancroft, Hull. Annapolis
in Lrahtown. A man hits the pa) when
he gets reported for something. One
midshipman came up to a croup to-day
and remarked! "What do you think: I'm
unaat in hone." When an outsider
looked nuzzled it was exnlained that the
young man's grade In a course in hygiene
HUNTERS UPSET HALF THE ZOO
CIIIMI'AXXEE RREAKS A t.EO,
EI.EI'IIAXT 1.1 WOI'.S,
was unsatisfactory, which meant
would have to stuv ii month after
; class is graduated to-morrow.
And this was one of tho least complex
forms of student diction.
One midshipman who isn't going to
wait a minute over timo is Oliver li. Wol
ford of Nevada. On Haturday ho la to
marry Mum Kthel Hlanche .Martin ol
Annapolis, Permission for the mirrlago
oi throe other midah mnen hu boon
granted, but. the ttuffMt Imve not vet been "Hal
made known to their classmate. The Dick's apartments In the monkey house.
young men who have broken through the
omciai projurlloeor the Navv Department
against midshipmen marrying before they
become ensigns are T. htatr King of
California, who will marry Mis Win
chester; Midshipman Beirne S. Ilnll.ird of
Wisconsin, one of tho high stand men of
the olnss, who is engaged to Miss Mar
JorioWilllarof Katonsvllle. Md.,and Mid
shlpin in Ilogusch, whose marriage to
Miss (trace Pigman will take place soon.
The U. H. S. Dolphin is coming to town
to-morrow to bring Assistant (Secretary
of the Navy Wlnthropfor graduation day.
Notice was sent out to-night from the
superintendent a omco that .Mr. and Sirs.
Winlhroi) will receive tho odleers, pro
fessors, instructors and their families on
board to-morrow afternoon.
Washington, .June I. Bookman Win
throp, Assistant Hecrelary of the Navy,
left Washington to-day on Ixvard the
dispatch boat Dolphin fur Antihpoli.
where to-morrow he will make an address
to the graduating class 'at the Naval
Academy, He waa accompanied by Mrs.
Winthrop and several friends. The Dol
phin will arrive at Annapolis arly to
Mr. Winthrop to-day accepted the resig
nations of two members of tho graduat
ing class on account of physical disability.
They will receive their diplomas, how
ever. They were Midshipmen O. F.
Howell of Illinois ar.d A. A. Butter of
Iowa. The Navy Department has ap
proved tho recommendation of the Acad
emic Board that one member of tho third
class and four members of the fourth
clasa be dropped on account of deficiency
in scholarship. One memler "f the
fourth clasa will bo turned back into the
next lower clasa.
Aii'illi'T "ii") )' f Drill" anil Demon
slr.itlnix of What lias lleen learned
in I'mir tears at the Academy Hindu
I p Htli the Grant! Hall All In Mltlte.
.w miii. in, bine I The long line of
v iir- uniforms of the academy's
lir.fc. i ' stood along the waterfront at
mini M-night when the Tt wolf th Com-
i.mv "f which Midshipman Harry II U
. Ii ih Cadet Lieutenant, received the
color- Hi" biggest honor that comes in
llin bliiii surface of the Severn and
(V-i.r".i1.' Bay beyond caught tho sun
.sh . 'id the points of tho officers' swords
glnved in the rays along tho fringe of the
pV,1 I" lTnlltvl
Way out across the water arose tho
prav boilies of the Indiana, Ihe Iowa and
the .Massachusetts These are the vessels
tliM are waiting to take the midshipmen
en their practice erulo, for which they
oinh.irk cm Saturday
' irv one of the twelve companies hai
fnnie-t--l through the year for the honor
th wine to-night to theTwelfth The
r. t. n could not be i cached until after
the p'tillery drill of yesterday Of the
1 '.i.'i points this unit of the brigade had
t,.li'.i off ii of which the greater part
eimo from its ctcellonco In artillery and
mi.' I .'rni practice
t mii sight different from tho rigorous
f ' n.i'ity of most drills, this presentation.
,- -' i n i- th winning commander had
n't iii'l t lie colors tne lines oi iniiisiiip
i .-i i.i-isl their caps with a concerted
l ii-in'ii. and there were three cheers
that i i.i with the piecision of a machine
pin I'tien th" band thumped Itself
int i i. n .tud tho battalions wheeled
wvl pa- il in review before the board.
A1 t'icir head marchetl the five striper
f i.ip t'.rst class, Paul Frederick Foster,
vvh was appointed from Idaho, and who
li.n the highest midshipman post at the
It has been a pretty active day for the
midshipmen and their guests. Down
r-ti that Held by the waterfront this morn
iiic they hail the skirmish, tho street
riot drill and tho phyeicaldrills under arms
lVrh.ips the one that pleased the visi
tors most was tho street riot. The way
Hi- battalions lined up along an imagi
nary thoroughfare, telescoped its com
panies one at a time and worked their
w.iy gradually down the field without
lessening the defensive power of the
"-.'itim seemed to muke a fighting ma-
chine that would be pretty difficult to
In the afternoon the board of visitors
went almard the Bagley and were carried
a little way toward the sea for the pur
p e of watching torpedo manipulation,
line of these weapons without its war
l.ead was shot over the side. It was fitted
with the hydraulic piston that sustained
its uniform depth until the distance for
which it was set was covered. It wasn't
iifcissary for tho instrument to go off
to convince the board that the midship
men knew what they were about. The
torpedo was aimed a little to one side of a
hunch that went up as fearlessly as you
please and towed tho pesky thing back
again as soon as ito impetus was exhausted.
Mines were another thing that the visi
tors found out about to-day. A dozen
midshipmen in white jumpers lolled
around in a big open boat most of the
afternoon over near the new power house,
In which there is no power yet. On the of the family that Mm. Kaston wanted
gunwales of these lioats hung the great 1 to see him at once," said Mrs. Jewell
lound red balls with the capacity of sink- -When this friend went to my daughter's
ing u whole battleship, The way these home she refused to let him in, and while
young men lay with their heads or feet
i.e,ir these engines of disaster might
make you think that they were pretty
Aren't they foolish to do that!" re
marked tho mother of one who was watch
ing the tioatload. "Suppose one of those
mines went off.
"The only trouble about that is that
tliey aren't loaded uny more than those
i i redoes were, explained an officer,
who overheard her.
"Well, that's just the way things like
tha happen. They never know it's
loaded," said the woman as sh walked
iv ty. and that was so. Tho battery nt
iv hments wore all there and tho anchors
mil the means of lowering tho mines
tteie on the boats, so that the board gould
i.sk any question it cared to and the mld
lupmf.'i could give a visiblo explanation.
'Die aboenco of e.ydosives made only one
i, I' stion unanswerable. That was how
r lee! to go up in, the air from a mine,
Mid tile midshipmen look It for granted
that ilm board did not caru to know about
Meanwhile there vas tho exhibition
ul tile engineering department in the
pr.i. tir.n work that tne academy teaches
Five Sea l.lons Curl t i and llirk Their
l.nit ami Srntern Year l.iicust Ar.
rhe 2.IHMI strung Willi the AiUent
of the Arts ami Spurts CrnftMiif n.
Dick, the highly educated chimp',
broke a leg at the Bronx Zoological Park,
and seventeen year locusts by tho thou
sands began to fog up the northern part
of the park, and live sea Hons Just In from
California only two hours curled up in Hvo
wads and perished, and many other
minor things happened the minute a band
of artists, sportsmen and artist sports
men entered the zoo yesterday for tho
second omnia! Nation il Sportsmen's and
Camp Fiio Club day it t the park.
Dick, tho chimp' got his the minute
tho assemblage, led by Madison (Irunt,
n director or tne Zoological Society;
Park Director Hornnihy and Smlie
Hhaip Dlttnars.'.begjii to saunter toward
II v P. V. M1GIIELS
will p!cae ou immensely if
jou hae a liking for
Ihe Infinite Capacity
By COSMO HAMILTON
is the1 hiogrlphy in storv
form of i great' iolinit.
(IRA .V W.W O T II E It MII.ITAXT.
Tell Ihe Court Why she Thinks Her Son-
in-law t'ntlt to Keep Child.
Following the decision of Kuprenie
Court Justice Bischoff that Mrs. Annie
Irene Jewell of 51 Fast Seventy-eighth
street cannot have the custody of her
four-year-old granddaughter Dorothy
Easton unless she shows that Dorothy's
father, Henry Clement Fasten, is not a
proper erson, Mrs. Jewell tiled an
affidavit yesterday in which she said that
the conduct of Easton toward his wife
was the real cause of Mrs. Fast oil's death
on April 19 last.
Mrs. Jewell said that her daughter told
her that Easton had been cruel to her
and the child, and he occasionally shut
Dorothy In a dark closet. She said that
Easton entered Into a conspiracy to get
a divorce, and in pursuance of it told his
wife a few days after their daughter was
Iwrn that he was going out of town
"He then telephoned to a male friend
Die wr-itoir- could go through every do
t.ul of constructing modern tuival vessels,
1' whs all there from tho preliminary
li'.wniKs to the completed working
II . Il lie,
lhey ate right up to tho minute too
'i tli" teachings. Midshipmen Kllis H.
oii" who was appointed from Arkansas,
. made a number of aeroplane models
1 1 -e"iu"d to people who know to look
ii- if i)iy would fly.
I 'us afternoon there were also exercises
tii foils aud buyonetsand sabres. These
w some or tho things that made it
t e ino-t crowded June Week day that the
u lemy lias over heen.
I'ie presentation of tho colors was tho
e it in winch most interest centred
'1.. I irl Company, commanded hy.Mid
' man Daniel .1 Calluhau, and the
. 'i, commanded by .Midshipman George
' I 'vry, hud come so close to the iiuuk
i' ' v theTwelfth that it was bynomeuns
" " hit The ceremony of giving to
inan liogusch of Texas the sword
I -inei.il excellence, which signified
' i inipany had won, was per
I ' "'I l y .Mls Anno Cordon Winchester
Wilmington, the fiancee of T Starr
, I'll president of the first class,
I i the head of tho winning company
' i " the honor of naming the young
v 'i ' 'ii who does this. Miss draco Pig
i i i f Indianapolis, to whom Midship-
n, in H'igustli is engaged, couldn't bo here
i 'i y on account of the sudden death of
li'" ' r itlier
vWi"H tli signal came to-night in the
1 s ball that dinner was over there was
ih billon of even more than tho usual
I hi leav nc the tiliice. J he first
k ii weie easily the winners in the
v. .v because they knew how much
' ii I In do befoin H o'clock, when the
i i-s Herman was to begin
' im -s loriiiutlon this noon the Cadet
hi stimd under the tines and in the
' "t ;i t rain announcer notified the
1 ' s I luii white uniforms and white
weie the order for this owning
1 "i-r ih what makes Ihe armory to
' ' blight a place ns you could find
in day's walk The stiff, spotless
' -s of the (list classmen's unifoiius,
ul liioillitisl swords lil.d the IIiiks
- that set off tho walls of the big
. e a pretty satisfactory founda-
i picture And as for the mid-i-
' s j..'Hnois well, you know that
-i. t coming to Annatiolis in Juno
. - she is satisflisl that she is
be 'i "out Ihe diessiest person
'i l'ii hud seven flgutes mid
i 1 ii i lock, when there was IUI
n Urea for supper. Aftor that it
they were talking at the door Uisiun
rushed in and shot oil a revolver My
daughter wus so frightened that shu
intoned into the dumbwaiter and waited
until 11.' o'clock at night and then gut
out, .wrapped her baby in blankets and
went lu the house of a friend."
Mrs. Jewell iaid that this exierienev
weakened a valve in her daiightei s
heart, and she has been informed by
i.Vivsiciuns that her daughter's death was
due to the strain put on her heart at that
time. Mrs. Jewell said further that her
son-in-law is an atheist and told his wife
that ho believes in flee love. She said
that the child would have to stay with
Kaston's mother if he gets the custody of
her, and that since Ihe elder Mrs. Easton
is a Christian Science practitioner she
will refuse to call a physician if the child
is t ilten ill. ...
'1 he child loves her and she tinderstiUids
the child, Mrs. Jewell said, unci shn will
devote all her life and fortune to bringing
the clnld up in luxuiy and make her the
heir to her estate.
"1 do not desire the child for my own
satisfaction," the grandmother said,
"although she is all I have in the world.
The relator killed my daughter and he
should certainly not take from n y
Kaston put in a general denial to all
Mrs. Jewell's allegations, and she asked
Supremo Court Justice (liegerich to com
pel him to make his answer more definite.
The court granted her motion.
News or l'ls)s ami Pler.
The Friars will play a return dule of
their frolic at Ihe (Udbe Theatre on
Kridav evening, Juno 11. The change in
plan from a proposed matinee perform
ance at tho New Amsterdam Theatre to
the Olobe Theatre was made because
(leorge M. Cohan and the Friars want to
cive one performance in rrovioenco on
" . i. fl'LI.
Thursday evening. Jimo o. mis per
formance will be given at the Empire
Theatre. It will lengthen mu inars
tour one nay.
I.illlatl Uirruino has been engaged by
F Zlei'feld, Jr.. for "The Follies of Hill,
Mr Ziefgeld also announces the engage
ment of Miss Vera Maxwell, u dancer,
for the samo organization
Hubert MeWado, Sr , who was with the
New Theatre Company playing l7'r
Tut in "The Blue Bird." has been engaged
by Julius Hopii to play the part of the
priest m "Youth," by Max Halbo. to begin
on Thursday next at the Bijou Theatie.
One glance at the hunters and Dick hit
He came down all right, but Immedi
ately nude another leap toward a point
In the upper atmosphere, where, so his
uctlvc brain told him, there was a swing
ing lur. Dick clutched at tho bar where
theoretically it should havo been, ami
being unable to support himself, even
upon a sound theory, hu fell to earth ho
knew not wheie.
Dr. W. Heed Blair, the I'.oo veterinary,
was summoned and responded without
waiting for tho ambulance. Dr. Blair
learned promptly that Dick In plumbing
downward had suffered a fracture of one'
of his two forehaiiKors. 'Ihe doctor set
the Injured leg nnd Dick was taken to
the park hospital wearing Windages and
Tho visitors continued their stroll tow
ard more trouble then. In tho party con
ducted by tho three pari; officials wsro
F. I.uls Mora, S. M Hpiegle and F. S.
Sperry, all artists, and the following heap
big hunters: B. T Van Nostrum!, Carl
llimgus, Dr (Ml Thompson, Edwin Kent,
Allen Cameron, E. It Oragor, Even Itich
ards, A. T Itice, Edward A Hull and S. IC
Vreeland, who lias done much to interest
the Government in the pteservatiou of
Itocky Mountain sheep
rhe hunters headed toward the big tank
near tho walrus quartern, in which yes
terday forenoon live t'alifornia sea lions
just in from the West, had W-en placed
All five sea lions promptly died ll..'
were seemingly in good conuiiion wnen
they arrived at 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Dr. Blair hud just llxed up Dick
comfortably when he got a two-nine
alarm to get them to tic sea lions' tank
Tho veterinary said Liter that he l
lieved the sea lions hud died of pneumonia.
Charley Snyder thinks it was fright, fol
lowing tho arrival of tho hunters.
The only place where the exhibits
showed absolutely no commotion when
isited bv tho sportsmen was in the Ad
ministration Building. Here were the
specimens which long ago had left fear
behind the mounted head of the big
white rhinoceros, whose descendnnts no
doubt to-dav are boasting that the old
man was killed by Col. Itoosevelt. The
hunters looked oer Dr. HomadayV re
miirknbln collection of mounted heads and
horns for some timo utid then stinted tor
the cages outside again.
Stra ithtwiiv Gunda. the elephant who
hears himself" called "Naughty, naughty."
nftoner tli.in iinv animal ill the 70, began
to crow p.rouehv. Gunda never did have
any use for Dick ltlcli.ird. the elephant
man who looks after gentle Alice in an
Dick ltich irds passed by Guild i s cage
in iive Alice ii link o' w.tw.i. List week
fliiiuLi made u lunge against Ihe Uirs
to trv to gel Dick and Is-nl the birs nut
wi.nf :ii the fur end of the lunge Th
tiiiiiffht Imr.s theieiipnti wcte uenfurceil
with three cross bars a' 3 inches m circum
ference, the lunge or ye-terdiy aWi,
einl...liit the burs, lull Ibis time Guild I lilt
ha.il enough not only b neiiu ir.e new
cptss Kirs as well as the uprights, but uUo
in loosen the cl nuns w Inch I isten the bars
ill each end to the uprights,
Guild I made a iplicx le.icn Kir wic.i
with his trunk, but mi-s-ed. as Dick
ducked Charley Snyder siys that when
(liind i luiiKesat Pick the elepintii always
lirst fastens the tip of its trunk to the bars,
then squat back on its haunches as fai
ns possible, removes lis ieei siiiiil"lll
from the ground and then shoots inrw.iru
because the lightly stretched trunk acts
as n rubber band of tiemetidoiis pulling
But b" that as It may -Down through
the pir',; onto the liuiite", clittere.l all
attend int veiling lu-lily, "Seventeen-ve.ir-old
locusts' Seveiiteen-ye ir-old
Seventeen year locusts were predicted
by Dr. Ilornud'iv u week or mote ago but
the park director wus sur risei.i that they
had come in the park so early Curator
Ditmius ami half a dozen others started
for the northern end of the park known us
FonrCn s nli-ooiieut the most north
ern col nets of Greater ew Yoik and in
tho woods near the intersection of l'.usl
chester road unci llo-ton road Mr Ditmars
cuine upon the locusts witli the d.iik W on
Mr Ditmars and Mr l'ose, in charge of
the park birds, gathered up about H.noo
locusts, The visitinf; sportsmen and
artists glow quite lis much interested as
the pink lolks and carried some of the
locusts away lor souvenirs ine ionium-
"TENTS of TROUBLE"
Bv Damon Kunynti, is a collection of verve that "carrier" in
its rugged virility anil its atmosphere of the l"at. Here wt get the
point of view of a man who lias "tarried" a while on vacant isles,
and the waves that ship between.
Hut "whether I sweat on th' Congo, or freeze on th" bergs '
Svork," the author drives home his impression, his mood, or his
experience. 'I here is no aim for fine writing, it is the verse of a man
who has dreamed bv dim campfires, a man who has planted his
lUg "in vale, on crag, and our a thousand hills," who has "fought
at t he ends o th' earth, fought and won from sun to sun an' learned
what a friendship's worth," Mr Kunvon's experience in the Philip
pines, where he was during the war. has hecn used with telling
effect. These are poems worth attention and promise a future for
the author, who is not vet in his thirties, The poems include
"Ihe I adtcs in Ihe Trenches" and "Ihe Songs of the Service"
Net, $i.oo. "Bookseller, Newsdealer and Stationer "
Ml-s I llliiin Carpenter and Blliott Doug
lass Cm I is wete mauled yesterday utter
iioon at the home or the bride's parent",
.Mr, ami .Mrs. Charles Whitney Cutpeiiter,
v.'ii West 1,'nil avenue Mr Cuitls l a mui
of Mrs Charles II. fin lU of l.itclllieUJ, (omi ,
and a brother ot Charles II, Curtis, 1-0010-taryof
the American legation In Norway
The l!ev. Ilr. W i II In til Jnrvls performed
the coli'itiony ut :i,:ni o'llnok. He was
nv-Uted by Hie llev In. Bveitsoli Cobli,
rector of tho West Ihid Collegiate Church,
W'et lud avenue and Seventy month
street. Tho brido, who was uImui in niiir
riaiie by her rather. Chillies Whitney Car
penter, wore a white satin costume, with
point 1,110 and tulle veil, cuiikIiI with a
wte.ith uf nruiiiru blniuns and carried
a liiiuuiii't id lilies or the valley
blillil choristers from All Amrels Cliureh
entile (low 11 rroin the fourth Hour slmrhu:
"o Perron lViiie"tn head the hrldnl party
Into the ilruvvliii; moms mid were billowed
bv sl burs and Klrls, nephews anil nieces
of the brlilo mid hrlilpftrnuiii
Ml-s Adele Carpenter, who attended
her sister as inn Ul of honor, wii in 11 ttown
id Itlllk .ltill ntlll white l.lee
.. lieortfe W. Carpenter, .lii'lau l)uv. Terms
II lows mill 'I Itsmtnre lliillev weie nxliprs I
lino lion.iiu 1. not nirtis assisted his biotlier
us be-t man.
For Steamtr Voyagart, Trsln I
Travel and Country Homes.!
DsUrsrod to ll points.
CsnUin Ik bed Books of
the 4mj and Current Mafa-
time and PeriodletU,
Cullomer so desiring can
malis their owa tslestisn.
MU l.uul-e Chalmers and I'eulnald
Ducat hud a bk' weddlnir In Urine Cliureh
yesterday. Ir Tluiinns C lli.ilitiers es.
corted his duiiifliter to the chancel rails'
and wave her In. iiiarrliiee 'Hie ceremony
was perrorined bv the rector, the b'ev.1
Hr Charles I.ewU Shitteo-, at 4 an o'clock '
Mi-s Chiilmeiv was attended by Miss Klia
belli lineal, slter of the brldeiTriioin, as
maid of honor and by the .ll--es Mildred
(iillet. Mary Havne of Now York. Catherine
ItheiiflNew 1 1 ven. Cjiiii.. and Mildred I'eiirn 1
1. 1 v. usiiuit'ton, 11 1 , us iiridesniHlci-.
Dr. Davis linker was be-t mini and Arte-iiiii-
Ward, .lr., I.aiurdoti (iillet, I rederkk
r Tanner mid Dr b T Itulison welo ushers
The bride's kowii of white satin whs inude
in Ihiiliire faslilon with detaihable court
train. Tho sleeves mid eirdle weie om
bioidered and the wal-t wus ehiellv com-
Iioed or point d'aiiullle lsce, which had
eon il-ed by her (rdlidiuothsr.
The 11111 lil or honor wore a costume of
shaded hues or green oliiiTon nnd a hut of
xreen uhlflon and eat In. veiled with lain
aiiiljedKedBs It lil roses, nnd uurrlod a bunch
or Ktllarnev roses.
Ihe bridesmaids were in Nile green satin
with vnrd lone train- and tonics ot chltlon
causht with iiuk roi.es. and sntln and lace '
h its with IOM-. All carried bumiiiels of I
pink ro-ns unit wore the pearl bur ilns
which were the bride's adts I
Vfter the cliureh eeieinonv her father.
Di Minimise CVulniers, nf ;;i We-t M11II1
-tteet, nave a le'eplloil.
SEE JUNE lit
ALL NEWS STANDS
RARE II OS O It FOR SI' II ROE HER
Wnitdrun Van I'.llrn.
Itl.v pi, .lime I A beniitiful
ODIccrs la CmiKiial Marks of Henpect to
llrllrlng I'leel Commantlsnl.
Ntr.vcoi'.T. .lime 1 Unusual honors
were bestow t-d upon Bear Admiral Seton
Sohroedor to-day when he relinquished
his command or tho Atlantic fleet in favor
of Hear Admiral IlugoOsteihaus, formerly
commandant of the Mure Island Navy
After the formality of leading orderK,
tho hoisting of pennants and tiring of
I salutes Admiral Sohroedor started for
I the side of the flagship Connecticut to
I leave for his summer homo at.lamestown
1 off which the ship was anchored When
l'tit.i .ln.vpi, -I utie 1 A beniitiful m-e ! lie approached the gangway he found
wed ling miiirreil ut 1 o'clock Hits uftei-! instead of the usual sid I ovs sin ofll-!
ilium at the resuleiiee of Mr- Matla II Van ,,rs 'n1H eie were gathered at every !
ttzx xz:z ::t !
M V,i,lr,mnfew,,rk.V..l . e,e married A dd i.nng Syne as the band p ayed it
In the pie-en... or lelatlves mid friends ..f -s the Admiral went down into his
the Illicit. uiiil.hruleKronni. In addition, Hieie I barge which was to take him ashore lie
wa a large 1 onipaiiy from New NiuU mid found to his surprise that this also was
Newark Thei eremnuy wu- performed b the manned l y the younger commissioned
lie.' I.lv itiirston l' T.ivloi or CuiiJiiilaisua ! ofllceiB of the hlup As he took his seat
S . 'Ihe wiMldliur look nl.n e 111 Hi- ill the stern a full Admiral's Hag was 1111
llhrarv where the briilenioom and hi- lie-t , furled for him to sit 1.11 It vviu presented
mall. Adelberl Twiehell id Seai... awal ted , um a M,im,mi. rrolll t)l , ofll,.,...-
11rk eitv, and in conipanled by the luiile.t ; A Hie on.cers lowed the Admiral away
iiiiuds, he 1 mete, l li'iuiui ss ilium au I lten 1 rroin the side or the t-lup the bund played
mid Katherine swlnton of Ne Noikiiiv ."Gov Si liroedcr's Mii'-ch," a pieoo written
aim iieiiiciiitii 10 mm wnue he was cm duty
Wurreii Siieetl. 'hiam. and thecievv and olflceisclicereil
, , , I until Ihe Purge was out of hcurilir
Mi-s Meta dil I'nilt .Speed, daiighler of hll()r(, ,;,. Atlmrai W1W ,, f M
Hie Into Ihouias V. .,., f i.nuisv llle, Scliroeiler and n number of friends be
Kv . mid uiiv Scott W iirien of boiilsv ille sides (pule a large gathering ot the town
veie martled e-leiiluy afteruooii ut foll-s. and flags went floating in Ihe breeze
-.t ovellt -siMh stieui, the re-ldein e in his honor Iroin the homes of the summer
of the bride s stepfather and mottiei, air. , resnienis
and Mrs bduar .1 Levey I ho 1 eieinony
was perfoiiiied by tho Itev. Dr. I.rnest
M Mires, reitnr of St. 'I homasV Chinch
I lie bride was given in marriage bv her
stepfather She vwitu a white satin
I'livui Willi noun laco 111111 "'.nt-
-ei'llleo Willi n w renin 111 niniiKi- imw-suhi-and
shu cm lied 11 boiiipiet of lilies id the
X 4i.Mri. Nnlhiiniel llliiitliiiui
atleuded 11- milt run ot
orus id Mnrnslown, S
ma men 1 neie.. weie
.HI EXT AI'I'EAES.
lioniir mid Klui-e
.1 ., wus the flower
1:0 hridi'smuids 01
W'urieii 11-sisied us be-t
dor, Dr llornuduv said yesteiday, will be
mounted oil small suuares ot glass, a malt
and ,1 female on oueli lass, nnd these will
be sold at '.'." cents u pair to visitors to the
puik who want to help swell its treasury
111 Illlll wily mill III'1 riiei-lilli'lin will Ii1
li little printed slip attached also to the
glass telling folks all about the locust
vaix i'.:.u.s xor uvii.ty.
Austen (. l'o sgncd lo Uefrnd .Mur
John Cain, the negro who ran wild
at Columbus avenue and liilth sticet
killing three people and injuring nine,
pleaded not guilty yt sterility before
Judge Millmiccil 111 fleneral Sissions to
two indlctiiieiits charging murder In Ihe
first degree and assault in the first, degree.
lie told the court that he hud no mentis
to employ counsel bin tliat lie hoped to
1....:.. .. 1 ,i...,,i. l.lu r,.i.,.i
limps the O' or O'Gonnan. """" " ' .' "" '""'"
1 . . "I wil u urn it Austen G. uv and
William J 0 Gorman, a clerk, d a. I 'Ceicnco McMiiuus to ilel'end you." said
West 14'ith street, got permission yester-1 .Judge Muliueeti. "If your IiioiuIk lnd
duy from Supreme Court Justice Bischoff some 0110 whom you pritcr you may, ot
tochnngetho unmoor hlmseir and his two I course, retain him."
, , , 1-1 i f 1 i,., c ii'iv, 1 District Attorney Whitman said that
children. Kdward 1' and Mary ( () Goi-j hi ,.,,,., ,', il(111(. ,,,, , trml
man, to Gorman Gorman said his name . H)1)1 M pnssdile. 'Ihe case would be
was really Gorman in the (list place, but 'moved for tiiul, ho said, caily in Juno
that when ho first entered In public school 1 and lie hoped hi begin the tiiul by the
ho was registered us O'Gorman through 1 twelfth.
an inutlverionoo 01 111s nioinei, aim no
Miss Helen llotchklss mid Call l'.hler
niaiin, .lr., wire married sesterdny uftei
niiou Miss llealrlce Smith of Huston
attended the bride ns uinld of honor mid
.Marguerite lierduu wus tho llowei inutdfii
'I here wete no bridesmaids. Charles Lliot
VVnre. .lr. or llostull wus best 1 1 1 It It Illlll .1
(itto Sinek mid William Strong Mcliiiini
ui. iiMliei-s i'lie lereuintiv wus nei-
fnrmed at the home nf tho hrido's parents
Mi mid V is llenrv II
sl..i ..ut v.llf t li street, bv
II.. l.tiiii'ev ' 'nu lisellil. lector or
it,,.ij.ii,iii r.ta.emiiil ('liiirrli. 'Ihe briile.
who was given in miiirlnge by her fathei,
wore a gown of while siitlu trimmed with
point lui u wilh court train and her tulle
veil was inugtil with a vvieath of uruutc
blossom-.. she cm i led a show or bouuuet
of white nichlds with lilies of tho valley.
TT THEN a man begins . (
bus borne that name since, it was said
in tho court house that O'Gorman is the
second 1 rishman to havo his namo changed
in twenty-five years,
l.awver Dies In Prison,
TiiKsros, N J , Juno i While waiting
for tho court of pardons to grant him
n parolo from State prison II l.eroy
Applogato, a former Trenton lawyer,
$',(H,IH)0 RMUtDMI Si 'I T.
Contractors Hold Canada llesponslhle fur
vrliltrathm lliiiud DceNlun,
On.svv.s, Juno I. 'ihe llrst big lawsuit
growing nut of tho coiihtrticilon nf tha
Nation il Transcontinental Hallway, Hie
eastern end of tho Grand Trunk I'.icitlc,
is n bout to b begun ng iliiht the Canadian
Government by J I). McArtliur, one of
Mi uml West,
Miimi l.vllt, V .1,, lime I MI-s riureiice
rhul Case Acslnst IllinWasa
I'm I p Joh.
Clark I. Jordan, counsel for Paul V
l.eitenberg, an agent for the I'urkhursl
Sjciety, filed a notice of appeal witli
Judge Millipieen in General Sessions
yesterday. I.eitcnberg was sent to the
woikhouse on April 2 by Magistrate
Kcrnochnti, then sitting in the men's
niglil court. He was charged by Po
licoiiiau Cuhill vviih intoxication and dis
ordei ly ci.nduct.
Mr, .lord in lold the court that Supt.
McC'lintock or the society had investi
gated the case with htm, lie produced
alliil.ivils signed by I.eitcnberg to the
ellect that he had not been told of his
lights in the police court and that he was
not at fault in the case for which 1 114 Wil I
llotchklss, ;u:. West , arrested, lie hud been getting evl-
tlie Itev. nr is. lieu' c ci ci ise vu iaiions, no sum, when
All Angels a man and a woman enlaced him in n
sciillle. ihe iMiiiccman came along and
uriested liim. 'Ihe man uml womuu who
aipeared as witnesses against him, he
said, hnd given ficticious addresses, and
threats nun beep nuule iiguuist lilm be
cause of hlsactivity iubeiur id I he society,
He served live days on the Island,
Judge .Mulqiiocn postponed argument
on the iippe.il tor two weens.
serinnslv to investi-
cate advertisinc; he
gets some rude shocks.
He finds that most of the
things he thought about
advertising are not so.
He finds that inserting an
advertisement, or any .
number of advertisements, r
in magazines and stopping (
there never paid and never ?'
That such advertisements j
are not advertising.
He finds that real ad
vertising is merely another 1
term for the new science 1
of business efficiency applied
to the selling end of a
That its function is to
reduce the time and cost of
That in place of the old,
piecemeal, unscientific sell
ing methods, it deals directly
with the great currents of
That note this well it
sees to it that this demand
is surely and completely
That in accomplishing
sales the printed advertise
ment is only part of the
That behind the printed
advertisement must be the
systematic and unimpeded
distribution the smooth
and economical correlation
of each part of the selling
machine the understand
ing and control of that
machine without which its
highest efficiency is lost.
These hold no secondary
place in the science of
When the serious investi
gator of advertising has
reached this point he begins
to see why so many other
have gone into advertising
and with such far-reaching
He begins to see that
sound advertising is one
of the most truly conserva
tive influences in modern
He begins to see that
sound advertising is but the
ancient and beautiful virtue
of Common-sense applied
in a new way.
He finds, when he has
learned these things, that
the most serious obstacles
to advertising his own
business have disappeared.
To the manufacturer who
feels interested in this view
of advertising we should
like to send gratis our 40
page booklet on Modern
Chicago Boiton Philadelphia
The circulation of The Ladies'
Home Journal is more than
1,500,000 month. That of The
Saturday Evening Post is, more
thin 1,830,000 a week. We have
reached this commanding position
in our field by the sime merchan
dlilrig methods we propose to you.
James West, eldest diiiighterul Mr and Mis,
lleihert West of tin Mnillstiu iiveuiie, was
mm lied this evening lo Iveiiiieih line
Shiind, a sun of Ml. mid Mis, .Villiui Shiiiui.
'I ho v eliding loo!; place nt the home of the
bride's piucnts Vicliileiuou l iederlcl,' II.
C.illei, lector nl' SI. Lul'e's Church, pel
(mined Hie icicinuiiy Ihe hiidcstiiiihls
weie .Miss .M.ll'jiille (illlliell West mid .Ml
Libia Dean Sliiind. Aim Agnes ll.iilenii
Miami wus Hie Hotter girl, 'Ihe best mull
wus Ailluir Tievely.in Miuiid nl' Sail I'rno
i Win, Oil Al" Shiind is u griiduate nl v, nle
I uiveisltv, i hi-.s ut uml, and or Ihe New
Von, I nivelsily 1 ,n w .School, i l.iss of Hum,
He is assistant set M'tutT of the l.ssev 'I llle
(iii.'ii.ility mid 'I ins Ciiiupniiy ol Aloiiii hur.
M liver's I'AccullveSecrelnr) lleslgns,
William II. Moloney, executive seen1'
I .try to Mayor Gaynor, resigned yester
ilav. Mr .Moloney was u newspaper
repcrter vviicii lm was appointed in ret)
irary. linn, mid piefern that line of work,
.II.J ,..l..w ,,! the ei-nl. br,-n!t,,l I, Hi11 pi'ltlllp.ll COIIt lM"t 1 1.- -
"" ' , I ,, ,, I ho actum will lie lo iivmor -('.' '
a complication oi tnseaso- no was sent.
to prison lu lns to serve a fifteen year
sentence for forgery Four years later
he paroled on account of ill health
but no wu laier arresma on a charge
of nbtaiding money under false protein oa along the
and was returned to prison. Mouctou
which a hoard of iirhnrition dei nled had
been itnpiopeilv allowed trie contractors
through I issitie itioii of common etith
i:s nick 'I lie division in too ciiiio vill
hirer- iinny million yards of ho estimate
him between Winnipeg and
(iiivm.i.N J , June i It became known
lieie lo-d.iy lint Allss CI, nil I., Whelilli,
d.lUKhtet of Charles , iilun, v ico.presi
delit of the I lilted Cigur h'oies Cniup.iiiy
of I his city, nnd John J C.issi.ly, son or John
I'lisslilv, v Ire-pieuih'lit n the Ainerlc.ili
llilbber Cninpniie, weie uulelly iniirrled
lieie h'sl uighl I'ussidy nihil leicutly
wus l llllldellt ill Hie iui'1'iilillorv Hl'hoill
of Seton Hall College lie Is now cmtiiiiyeij
iy a New ei.t ie.il estiile tlrm
1 ho lie M'lllhlns .1 Mcl'iinilil, reclnr
ot St John's II l Chun h, peiln nied Ihe
lereiiuiin m the ihiirch I'lif o,tlv wis
pusses were ( h.llles vShelau, the hride it
brother. Daniel A liiunu, lr,, son of .bulge
linulel A MUI
friends of the
; )lvesler Iteeiiuii.
Monk I MU, .1, .lime t Ali-s Helen
I Millie Iveeuaii, daiu'htei nf Mr mid Mr'
New I v alter I Iveeuaii ol till I'.uk stieel, was
i mu 1 1 led I bin nitetiiiinn to Horace C. Syl
1 v ester, also of Monti l.i lr, In tlieChuich ol the
liumiiiuhiie Conception, Hie llev, I'nlher
i Wll iiilu V lllothiu-. Hie lector, otlli liitlni'
'I lie in. ild ol liniior wus .Miss Kuth Ib'llih'r
I sen u Phll.iileiphlu. 'Iheie weie four
Itlownr girls, llillh Iveennn, u slsler or the
luiile. l.oulso Heetjen, Doioihy 1 Icklncer
mid Lleiiinr (libboiis o( New Vork, 'Hie
be-i 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 was Waller I'lancls Iveenan, ,lr ,
a liiiilhei ul the luiile.
Do Not Show Your Age
in Your Complexion
t DOROrHf VENN
(from San I'ranchcu lUmtilnrr)
Whut woman would not look young
if she hnd a ile.ir, soft complexion'.'
Perhaps the most wonderful sMu
treatment Is one of the most simple
Dr. Tal.kii quoiilo, .lapan's famous skin
specialist, gives San rrauoisi-o women
the following iidllre:
"Ves, wo never grow old In Japan I
mean the v omen's races never show age
All Juimnese women use mayatoiie di
solved In witchhni'el, and niussugo the
solution thoroughly into Hie biie, neck
and nrms once or twice n day This
tieiitment is absolutely harmless even
to a baby's skin and gives wondeirnl
results, leiiioving all maimer of facial
blemishes. It also prevents the giowth
of hair. Veil never saw a Japatiesii
woman witli hnlr on her face.
"Take a small original parkage or
miiyatuno and dissolve it all lu eizhl
ounces or wllclilinel, and von aro sup
plied with this aid to youth."
i. - - - - .-
iiin. uml Annd Ilinruti. viniiie i -tteel
nrld. 1 Ubltei-B.
Tat lur llrown.
Ml-s Abulelliio I ndeihlll liinnn mid
Alevnnder I n vim were muirled jesterdny
ut the homo id the bride's mother. Mrs.
LniiU ( .i-nnilv ille Ilmwn. 1 U e..t I'.lelite. I
, ecniiil sticet I ho ceremony vi
1 r. lined r.t I o do I; by Hie l(ov Ilr Arthur
Jiclse, ici tor or. St .Matthew's Protennnt
Liu.r ipnl I hiirch In Went blchty-fouith
ineru wuio 110 uriaesniaiat or
Miss llentrlco Morrison nntl tlonrgo A.
Hopkins were married yesterday afternoon I
at tho home of the bride's patents, Air nnd I
Airs b'.tv.ird Aloulson, isti West Seventy-
ilfth strrat Ths Itev Father M.ittlien 1
ecnii.l sticet . I ho ceremony viu per-I Taylor of the t hurch or the lileen sacra
mrnt I'crrornied the retemony nt
o Iock . , ,
There were no nriaeemsiai
n hr wmr nn nriasiimftiaf or
Prank Stewart snri Morrl.ion I'lman. two
young coutlna, were page.