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A APAPEROF PAPER OF OFQUALITY THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDNO LARGEST MORNING MORNINGCIRCULATIOR MORNINGQUALITY
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NO 1292 WASHINGTON D C WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1910 TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
H HAVENS1NS HAVENS1NSDemocratic VENS WIN WINDemocratic
Democratic Landslide in inPerkins inPerkins inI
I Perkins District DistrictALDRIDGEGOESDOWN Districto DistrictoALDRIDGE DistrictALDRIDGE
ALDRIDGEGOESDOWN ALDRIDGEGOESDOWNRepublican ALDRIDGE GOES GOESDOWN GOESDOWNRepublican DOWN DOWNRepublican
Republican Boss Loses by Ma Majority Majority Majority ¬
jority of 5835 Votes VotesRESULTNO VotesRESUL VotesRESULT
RESULTNO RESULT T NO GREATSURPRISE GREATSURPRISESpecial GREAT SURPRISE SURPRISESpecial SURPRISESpecial
Special Election to Fill ll Unexpired UnexpiredTerm UnexpiredTerm unexpiredTerm
Term of Late Representative RepresentativeShows RepresentativeShows RepresentativeShows
Shows Similar Tendency t to that thatin thatin thatin
in Massachusetts a Few Weeks WeeksAgo WeeksAgoCity WeeksAgoCity
Ago AgoCity City of Rochester R chester Shares SharesRemarkable SharesRemarkable SharesRemarkable
Remarkable Upheaval UpheavalVariotp UpheavalVariotpTheories UpheavalVari9sTheories Various VariousTheories
Theories Advanced to Account Accountfor Acountfor Accountfor
for Change from 10000 Republi Republican Republican ¬
can to 5800 Democratic Majority MajorityRochester MajorityRochester MajorityRochesttr
Rochester N Y April 19 19The 19TheDemocratic i9TlieDemocratic The TheDemocratic
Democratic sweep is on without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the slightest mistake if the result resultt resulttoday rcsuftvday
t today day of the Congressional c cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign in the special election for forRepresentative forRepresentative forRepresenttive
Representative in the Thirtysecond Thirtyseconddistrict Thirtyseconddistrict Thirtyseconddistrict
district between James S Havens HavensDemocrat IIavensDemocrat 1lavensIemocrat
Democrat and George W V Al Aldridge Aldridge Aldridge
dridge Republican is an indication indicationMr indicationIr indicationMr
Mr Ir Havens has defeated Mr Al AIdridge Aldridge Aldridge
dridge by a plurality of 5835 5835Inasmuch 5835Inasmuch 5835Inasmuch
Inasmuch as the Mate Representa Representative Repr Representative nbl nbltivc ¬
tive Perkins Republican carried carriedthe carriedthe carriedthe
the district in 1908 l oS by 10167 to todays todays todays ¬
days days result shows a change of 16
002 votes Mr Havens carries the thecity thedty thecity
city of Rochester by 3746 3 46 when in
1908 1 J08 Mr Perkins carried it by byh2i5 b bh215
h2i5 215 which records a change of o
9961 vctes vctesLIKE Yte YteLii1 fJt fJtL
LIKE L ltD FOSS FOSSDLmCT FOSSDLmCTThe iJbIkCT1 BLISCTIOX BLISCTIOXThe N NThe
The result today tallies tam almost to a dot dotwith dotitll dotsth
with itll that in the Fourteenth Massachu Massachusetts MuschuEctts dueaehuset ¬
setts set t5 district where at a recent special specialelation speetalelNtJon poeta1O1fYtlOfl
elation Eugene N Foss Democrat over overturned overturned overturned ¬
turned a Republican plurality in IMS 110 of oCHfoo of11ftj
14000 and won by b GOW OM making a change changeoi cbangcit
oi If 31000 vote voteThe voteffTho vo voThe
The last Democratic Representative Rcpro eqtatlvo for forthis torthl forthIs
this thl district was Cot Albert S Green Greenleaf GreenIN Greenelected
leaf IN elected IJi I 130 i just two years y yeari rs be liefore beflre before
fore the Cleveland tidal wave of 1988 1988which l8I l8Iwhich I Iwhich
which was as the U result of o the McKinley McKinleytariff McKinleytarla McKinleytarl
tariff tarl law and tho disapproval by b Re Republicans Reluhlian ReI ¬
I publicans of the Harrison IIarrl on administration administrationMr
Mr Ir Havens Iaven carried all of the Repubtl Repubtlcan Republtn
can tfl n strongholds stron holds not only on I in the city of ofRochester orrIhtater offlwhester
Rochester but In the country towns towns of ofJlonroo orlIQnroe ofMonroe
Monroe County which make up the Con Congrcpslonal Congnslo1al CongrsIoa1
grcpslonal district He carried his hi own ownward ownward ownward
ward by S where the late Representative RepresentativePerkins ReprWe Repreenint1veIirkjni Uttve UttvelrkiM
Perkins Republican carried it In 1H lOOI by byl byro
10 l O Mr Havens carried seventeen of tho thotwentytwo thotwenttwo thetwentytwo
twentytwo wards warda in the city of Roches Rochester Rocheattr Rocheter ¬
ter and all III I but one of tho nineteen nineteencountry nlnoteenountrj nineteenfluntry
country ountrj towns Greece Mr r Aldridge Aldridgecarried Aldrldcecarried Aidridgecarried
carried life hi own ward by ss wherein whereinPerkins whereinPerkins whereinPerkine
Perkins carried it in 1 1106 6 by b too JOOFrotcat tooProtcAit 900Protct
Frotcat I III XeIt AVIiloni hlevreucl hlevreuclIt > rcttcl rcttclIt
It has ha been apparent from the start startthat startthat starttht
that no Republican could be elected in inthe Intho inthe
the district The very atmosphere has
bfcn heavy with the
complaints of manu manufacturers mAnufacturers mannfacturers ¬
facturers over the wool schedule in the theAldrlchPayne theAl theAl1r1chPayne
AldrlchPayne Al rlchloyne tariff bill and nd clothing clothingmanufacturers clothlnKmanufacturers clothingmanufacturers
manufacturers also In this neck of the thewoods theods
woods bods ods Indeed very general dissatisfac dissatisfaction dlttaCaction dieeat1faction ¬
tion has ha been heard over tho Republican Republicannational Republicannational Republicannational
national policies and the feeling over overthe overtho overthe
the attitude of r the administrations admhthtrat1on tariff tariffContliyicd tAriftContllPcel trlttContiitjied
Contliyicd on Pnpfc Pn e 3 Column 0 0DR ODR 0DL
DR QOOK IN PARAGUAY PARAGUAYPrcnnoe PARAGUAYPr PARAGUAYPre5enc
Prcnnoe Pr Pre5enc nec There Confirmed lint Ex Explorer Explorcr Explorer ¬
plorer Remains Silent SilentAsuncion SilentAsuncion SilcntAuncion
Asuncion Paraguay April 17 17Tho Tho ar arrival arrival arrival ¬
rival ofDc Cook the arctic explorer in inthis Inthis inthin
this city is I now confirmed confirmedDr confirmedDr confirmedDr
Dr Cook Is now staying at tho Hlapano HlapanoAmerlcan HIQPnoAmerican HiepanoAinerlcitn
American Hotel tho principal I > rlncllll hotel at atAsuncion atAsuncion atAsunclon
Asuncion At 930 this thu morning he left lefttho leCttho leftthe
tho hotel to make a round of inspection inspectionof In pootlon pootlonot
of tho city Ho was accompanied by b his hiswife hiswite hiswlfe
wife Ho refuses to bo bointervlowed bointervlowedTROLLEYTO interviewed interviewedTROLLEY IntervlowedTROLLEY
TROLLEY TROLLEYTO TO BOSTON BOSTOND
D t O Plnnn DIll Electric Line LineStarting LineStnrtlng LineStarting
Starting from from Washington WashingtonBaltimore Vnll1aIJlJttonDaltlmoro VnshlngtonBaltimore
Baltimore Md rd April 19 IDOfficlals Officials of oftho ortho oftho
tho Baltimore and Pennsylvania Rail Railroad Rallroa Railroail ¬
road roa Company which was 1L8 chartered at atthe atthp atthe
the recent session of tho legislature legl laturo an aanounco announco anflounce
nounco that in a short while they will willhavo wlJlhovo willhavo
havo In operation an intorurban electric electriclino electriclino electrIcline
lino from Washington to Baltimore BaltimorePhiladelphia BaltImoroIhlladclI BaltimoreIhiladelphla
Philadelphia IhlladclI > hI Hanovor Now York and andFoston andI1n andBnton
Foston FostonTn I1n BntonTn ton tonTn
Tn per cent of tho capital capl lI stock has hasbe hASbf hasb
be b on > n subscribed and the enterprise is iscaid hirald IsEald
caid to be largely largel backed 1 > Ackod by b Now York Yorkcapital Yorklapital Yorkcapital
capital The contract for tho construc construction construction construction ¬
tion work has hft boon awarded to tho Mary aiaryirfnd Marylthd Iar Iarlclnd
irfnd Construction and Davelopmont Com Company Coman Cornpany ¬
pany an
Kitchener nt Polo Grounds GroundsXrw GroundsXfW GroundsNrw
Xrw York April ID 11l0lIng Owing to a down downpour dOwnpour downpour ¬
pour of rain this afternoon Lord Kitche Kitchener KltchonfT Kitchoner ¬
ner did not have the pleasure of wit wltnpIslng witnssing witnessing ¬
nessing a game of baseball at the Polo Pologrounds Pologrounds Pologrounds
grounds With lth a a few friends Lord LordKitchener LordIltchcnor LordiCitchenor
Kitchener visited yl lted the ball grounds and andafter nndattfr andafter
after waiting over half an hour in the thewot thewrt thewct
wot heard the th theno no game tody to From Fromtho Fromth Fromth
th tho ball grounds he and his friends went wentto wentto wentto
to the Union League Club where things thingswore thingswore thingswere
wore waiting to bring comfort from the thowet thewet thewet
wet
WEATHER WEATH R FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand C Columbiaand lumbia lumbiaand
and Maryland Partly cloudy cloudyand cloudyand cloudyand
and continued cool today to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow fair slightly warmer warmerlight warmeright warmeright
ight winds mostly mostl northwesterly northwesterlyHERALD northwesterlyHERALD northwesterlyHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYluJell SUMMARYlages
luJell luJellIHaens lages1Havens
1 IHaens Havens Defeats D CeaUi Aklridgo AklridgoSenators AldrldgoSanators AkiridgoSenators
Senators Regret Loss of Leaders LeadersMiss Leaders1Ua LeadersMias
Miss 1Ua Gould a 0 Bride BrideFew BrideFew BrideFew
Few D A R Antis Present Pre Presont2Suffragist > > cnt cnturcragtt
2Suffragist 2 Suffragist Officer Quit QuitPlead QuitPload QuitPlead
Plead Before Congress Congress3Grewsomo Conlro Congress3Greweome s s3Greomo
3Grewsomo Tale at Trial TrialRoosevelt TrJ1Rooeevelt TrialRoosevelt
Roosevelt Sees Stock Farm Farmt FarmiDotlrd Farm1Board
t iDotlrd Board of Trade Meets MeatsOne MeetsOnlt MeetsOne
One Alan Ian Power Ended EndodiTatt EndedTa1t < L Li
i iTatt Taft to Receive D A R RfrEdltorial R RGEditortlll flGEdltorlal
frEdltorial GEditortlll7FuhlolUl GEdltorlal7Fashions
7 7FuhlolUl Fashions and aDd Receipts Recolpts8News Receipts8News
8 8News News of the Sporting World WorldProbo World9Probe World9Probo
9Probo Probo Into Cotton otton Bull Pool PoolFabian Poo1I PoolFabian
I Fabian Recital In Pleasing Pleasing11lFlnanclal Pleasing11Financial
11lFlnanclal 11 11Financial Financial and Commercial Commercial12Yoman Commercial12Woman
12 12Yoman Woman Falls Dead in Street StreetMothers StreetIoUters StreetMothers
Mothers Congress Conres Held HeldBRYAF HeldBRYAlf HeldBRYAITOIILD
BRYAF BRYAITOIILD WOULD AID AIDTHE AIDTHE AIDTIlE
THE PORTO RICANS RICANSUrges RICANSUrgcs RICASUrges
Urges Appropriation to Ex Exterminate Exterminate Exteimiiiate ¬
terminate Hookworm HookwormFAVORS HooliwolIDFAVORS HookwormFAVORS
FAVORS A BIG COLLEGE COLLE E THERE THEREDemocratic THEREDemocrntlo THEREDemocratic
Democratic Lender Tells of WhatHo What WhatHo tnt tntlie
Ho Learned in Visit bit to Inland InlandExplained IlIlunc1Eqllulncd IslandExplained
Explained Political Iol I H cal System to toThem toThemThlnl toTILCIUThinks
Them ThemThlnl Thlnlca House Committee CommitteeShould CommlttcellShould Coniinit tees teesShould
Should Bo Selected in Caucus CaucusThe CuueusThe CaucusTb
The Tb present ceeeut administration has my myentire m mentire myentire
entire confidence eon so o far as Its It good ood in intent InI Intent ¬
I
tent is concerned said William Jennings JenningsBryan JeamaCsDryan JenningshIryan
Bryan to the House Committee Commit on In Insular InI insuiar ¬
I sular Attain STain yesterday The Tb Nebraskan Ntbramkanarrived NlbraJlranarrtnIcI Nebraskanarrived
arrived from NoW York in the morning morningafter morBiDlI morningaft
I after aft r a trip to South America AmericaMr Amerl AmerlI AmericaMr
Mr Bryan was appearing appeart voluntarily voluntarilybefore vohnatarUyberore voluntarilybefore
I
before the committee committ to urs u urge an appro appropriation aJplopriatlon appropriation ¬
priation of lC C 5375000 sxs foi the extermina extermination extwmt extermination a ation ¬
tion of the hookworm in Porto Rico and audto IUMIto andto
to advocate TOCate the establishment bll8hment of a a Pan PanAmerican PanAmertelU PanAmerican
American college eol on the island islandThe IslaMThe IslandThe
The peerless peerl leader in the course of his hisday b bdar hisday
day in Washington also I tIO called on FrI President FrIdent Preeldent ¬
dent Taft at the th White House and ex expressed expreae4 cxpressed ¬
pressed his views view to newspaper man m ifl in inregard Inregard inregard
regard to recent events 8ftUl in Washington WashingtonBvmlcN Washingtonflztdcs Vbln S ton tonmfulclC
BvmlcN DiNCuaKliifc D1Ncu5111n Aldrich AldrlcuI ldr1 b bI
I teat ent care < are to discuss d Senator r Ai Aidrieifs Al4x10s AI6r
drieifs 6r 8 proposed 1JrOp irapo0ei ed retirement said Mr MrI MrBryan MTBryan
I Bryan in reply to a question but I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think many man people will feel about it Ita as asa asa
a a man once expressed himself in regard regardto
to the death of a 8 man with whom hom he heradically beradlcallr heradically
radically differed He said While one oneought oneo oneought
ought o bt not to rejoice in anothers death deathyet deathyet deathyet
yet this th thu was Ita ono of those tbo dispensations dispensationsof
of Providence to which ono could easily easilyreconcile easU easUreconcile easilyreconcile
reconcile himself The colonel said saidthat MJdthILt saidthat
that he was pleased at the results re ulUl of the therecent theroeent therecent
recent revolution In the House of Rep Representatives nopraentattvOL Repreaenttlvon ¬
resentatives resentativesThere raentattvOLThere reaenttlvonThere
There is no reason said Mr ir Bryan Bryanwhy BryanYobY Bryanwhy
why the Speaker should be given tho thopower thopowor thepower
power which ha now wields when he IB IBable 11able Isable
able to control largely legislation by put putting putting putting ¬
ting committee members under obligations obligationsto obU aUon8 aUon8to
to him Mr Bryan would have all 11 com committees committees cornIflittOOS ¬
mittees selected by r party caucuses as the thenew thenew thenew
new Rules Committee is selected He Hebelieves nebeltev Hebelieves
believes beltev the new Rules Committee was se selected selooted selooted ¬
looted with a a view of loyalty to tho thoSpeaker thoSpeaker theSpeaker
Speaker rather than because of their ac accurate aoourato nocurate ¬
curate reflection of the sentiment 3le thnent of tho thoentire thoooUre thoentire
entire Republican party partyHcvivvH partyHche partyRevives
Revives Money Uonc Doctrine DoctrineThe DoctrlncThe DoctrineThe
The Nebraskan referred to his recent recentletter recentletter recentletter
letter to the Jefferson Day dinner com committee committee cornmittos ¬
mittee of this city in which he lugged luggedout luggedout luggedout
out the thJ old 16 I to 1 ghost by referring r rerrlng to tohis tohis tohis
his quantitative theory of money moneyThere mone moneThere moneyThere
There was nothing nothln new or r startling in inthe Inthe inthe
the letter said Mr Bryan and It la lahardly Ishanll 18hardly
hardly hanll necessary for or those tho who favored favoredthe favoredlhe favoredthe
the restoration of silver to suppress their theirgratification theirgraU theirgratification
gratification graU catJon that time has ha completely completelyvindicated completelY1ndloatca completelyvlndloatetl0
vindicated that quantitative theory of ofmoney otmoney ofmoney
money which was the bails for conten contention conlontlon contentlon ¬
tlon Tho Republicans have enjoyed the theprestige thepreatll6 theprestige
prestige and emoluments of victory and andthey andthey andthey
they should not begrudge be udce us the pleasure pleasurewo pleasurwo
wo find in the fact that their President is isnow hinow Isnow
now compelled comp lled to admit that the scarcity scarcityof
of money mone made med low prices Ho now no con contends contcn4aJ contends ¬
tends that increased prices were mainly mainlyduo maln13dUe mainlydue
dUe to an incerfcfo Ince11Poo in the th currency curranc and andho andho andho
ho necessarily admits that low prices priceswore priceswore priceswore
wore mainly due to aack 2iack ack of money moneyCommittee mono monoC moneyCOnnLtice
Committee C rnmlttee Much Interested InterestedThe IntcrcstedThe InterestedThe
The House Committee on Insular A Afainr At Attalnr Affairs
fairs before whteh Mr Ir Bryan appeared appearedin
in tho interests of Porto Rico seemed seemedconsiderably seemedoormderably seemedconsiderably
considerably Impressed by his hl arguments argumentsand utmontsIlnd argumentsand
and Representative Olmsted of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Porin Ponnaylvanla yl yl6nlo ¬
vania 6nlo Its It chairman and other members membersmade membersmad9 membersmade
made comments indicating that they theywere theywere theywere
were ready and willing to stand for the theproposition theI theproposition
proposition I > advocated by b Col Bryan BryanWould DranVOtld BryanWould
Would Enter Cnnal Zone ZoneBesldo ZoncDesldo ZoneBesides
Besides appropriating tho 376600 for tho thoeradication thoeradication theeradication
eradication of the hookworm and also alsoestablishing al alsoestablishing o oestablishing
establishing a PanAmerican PanAmeric college in inPorto inPorto InPorto
Porto Rico this government in Mr MrBryans MrBryans llr llrDr
Bryans Dr ans opinion should establish a t tmr simi similar similar ¬
lar college In tho Canal Zone Mr MrBryan MrBryan lfr lfrBran
Bryan predicted pr dlctOd that the population of ofSouth orSouth ofSouth
South America will have Increased In Infifty Infifty Infifty
fifty years from 25COOOOO to 50000000 50000000That 60000000That 50000000That
That continent ho declared will do for forEurope torEurovc forEurope
Europe what North America has Ita dono In Intho Intho Intho
tho last ono hundred
years by affording a ahomo abomo ahome
homo and refuge for Immigrants ImmigrantRepresentative ImmigrantsRCI immigrantsRepresentative
Representative RCI > rcsentaUo Hitchcock Hltth ock of Nebraska Nebraskaaccompanied NebrnsltaccomDAnlod Nebraskaaccompanied
accompanied Mr Bryan to the tb White WhiteHouse WhltoHouse WhiteHouse
House The poerless loader was with the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President almost almo t an hour Tho conversa conversation convorsotlon convorsation ¬
tion rolatod almost entirely to tho coun countries countries countries ¬
tries which w lch Mr r Bryan has Just visited vlsitodespecially visitedoapcclaU visitedespecially
especially Cuba and Porto Rico Col ColBryan ColBran ColBryan
Bryan is heartily in favor of citizenship citizenshipfor
for tho Porto Ricans and he expressed expressedhis eCpresBcdhis expressedhis
his views Jews on that subject with the Presi President PresI PresIdent resj resjdent ¬
dent dentMrBryan dentMrBryan dentMrBryan
MrBryan left this city last night for forChicago torChicago forChicago
Chicago
Daniel Renting WelL TVelLDaytona WelLDlLytona WellDaytona
Daytona Fla Apnil 19Dr Chownlng Chownlngstates ChownlnssUttos Chowningstates
states that Senator Daniel has had nine ninehours ninehours ninehours
hours sloop slnco 8 a m and atharwlsfi atharwlsfirested QUtorwlsrested Qthorwisrested
rested well HJs His general conditions re remain remaJn remain ¬
main satisfactory
SENATORSREGRET SENATORSREGRETLOSS N T S REGRET REGRETLOSS
LOSS at f lEADERS lEADERSSon10
Some Republicans Believe BelieveAldrich BelieveAldrich BelieveAldrich
Aldrich Will Not Retire
4 4HALfi 4flALm 4HAL1
HAL1 HALfi PLANS ARE FINAL FINALMaine FINALMruillC FINALMaine
Maine Senator Finds Fin s Strength StrengthIs
Is Deserting Him HimPolitic HimPolitic RimPolitIc
Politic Condition In States of ofTYTO ofTno ofTwo
Two Senators oIr Ar Vro Explained ExplainedRhode Explnlnce1Rhodc ExplainedRhode
Rhode Inlander Issues Letter Sny Snyinjc Snying Saying
ing He Will Not Resign from Mon Monetary Nonetary lIonctnr ¬
ctnr etary Commission ConhznlsslonAlways Alvrays hns Inter Interested Interestell Interested ¬
ested In Banking System SyatcmALDRICHS SY4temALDRICHS SystemALDRICHS
ALDRICHS PLANS PLANSProvidence PLANSItrodelenee PLANSProvidence
Providence R I Joy April 10 10Senator 10Senutor 10Senator
Senator Notion clnon AV Aldrich has hasmulled hadmuHcel lineniulicti
mulled a letter to Gov Aram J JIntltlcr JIoUtler Jlothtcr
Intltlcr n mnkln ninking nUln formal an announcement nnnounccment annauuccncnt ¬
nouncement of lila hl retirement retirementnnd retirementnnd retirementand
nnd mentioning1 m ntloulnJ his hi plan plnn1t for forthe to tothe forhe
the he future Regarding Jte nrdluJ Ills jilnnn jilnnnthe Illnntbe iilansthe
the Senator says nayistI saysI a1I1
I do not Intend to rc rcl resign ljn my myposition mypOlltlou ntyposition
position on the national mone monetary nlonetll nionetitry ¬
tary tll cOnunlnalOn or to rclin rclinqulxh rcUnqUIHh rclinquish
qulxh my JIl effort efforts to secure ni ninoon usCOOn
noon lion as n possible the adoption of ofu orIt ofIL I
u WKC 10 uanklup hnnJlu mid monetary monetaryHyitcm JUondnITHstem monetarysysteni
Hyitcm by h the Unltert nlteel StateN On OnNome Onsome
Nome proper ocv o oiNiOn cHlon I < > ii I shall cx cxprcnn expre1t cxpress
press to the people of Ithoilc Inl Inland 11nnll is isanti ¬
and my appreciation of the un unfailing uurnllln unfailinK ¬
failing rnllln Hupport Illort and coiiildence coiiildencewhich conUdeneeblch cojitidenceWhich
which blch they the have Rceorilcd to mo mothrough motbroueh tiLethrough
through more than forty years of ofpublic ofpublic ofpUllIC
public service serviceThe hcnlceThe hcrvlccTha
The Senates Senat moat notable activities activitiesyester acUYtUeIiere ativttIesyeaterdn
yester yeaterdn r we in expressions expr of rretfor regretfor regret regretfor
for its It retiring rftllrl leaders Senator Aldrich Aldrichof Aldrichof kk1eh kk1ehC
of C Rhode Island appeared upon the theyesterday lOr lOryMter or oryesterday
yesterday yMter r afternoon for the first fftnt fftnt8tDeO tfmisince Ifmt Ifmtsince
since hffl h announcement was made pub public publie publie ¬
lie Senator Hale of Maine iae whose de decesion deceton doceslon
cesion to withdray from the contest for forreelection forretectlon forreelection
reelection became known yesterday yesterdaymorning Yefierclaymomlnc yesterdaymorning
morning also spent ent a a portion of the day dayat dayat dayat
at the Capitol CapitolDemocrats CapitolDemOCnLta CapitolDemocrats
Democrats and Republicans clustered clusteredaround cJuteredarounel clusteredaround
around the desks eau of the two New Ena Enalanders Eq EqJand4n ng ngandrs
landers and Indulged in oompiliaeiitary oompiliaeiitaryten OOIIIpItMllta17aJaM oosnpllmsitaryMnia
Mnia Mniaten aJaM leu leuten
ten letters to these Senators One Dem Democratic Democra Dentocratlo ¬
ocratic ocra Uc visitor assured Senator Hale that thatevery lbatevery thatevery
every man except one on that side Ide o otbo otbo othe
tbo center aisle would follow toll OW his h leader leadership leaderIhip leadership ¬
ship as a they wounld Quaid follow that of no noother noother noother
other Republican Senator Kean of New NewJersey XewJerwy Newreisey
Jerwy Jersey Gallinger of New Hampshire HampshireWarren Hamwb1re1rarren HampshireWarren
Warren of IVyominr yomlnK and Clay of Geor Georgia OecrIta Osorgin ¬
gin wore a few among amcm many who em emphasized empbul emPhStsed ¬
phasized pbul d opinions that the Senate wouldlose would wouldlose Ould Ould108f
lose much In the retirement of Senators SenatorsAldrich SeftatoreAldrich SenatorsAldrich
Aldrich and Hale HaleLa HaleIll BaleLit
La Fnllettc Defers Rxprcasloii RxprcasloiiThe RXluesdonThe IxprcssIonThe
The Insurgents Insur enla were not so commen commendatory commendatory commondatory ¬
datory Senator La Follette of Wiscon Wisconsin Wisconsin rseon rseon81n ¬
sin prefers to tV wait tilt after the elec election eleeUon cisct1on ¬
tion before accepting the current state statements stateRHlnla statemeets ¬
meets at their face value He referred referredespecially refeITedNpeclaUy referredespecially
especially to the statement of Senator SenatorAldrich SenatorAldrleh SenatorAldrich
Aldrich wbQ declared that he would un under under un4cr ¬
der no circumstances be a a candidate candidatefor eandidatefor candidatefor
for reelection reelectionSenator reelectionSeuator reelectionSenator
Senator Dolliver of Iowa when hen asked askedupon ukcdupon askedupon
upon whom the mantle of Senator Hales Halesleadership Halsleadeuf Halosleadership
leadership leadeuf p would fall responded respondedIt
It will not fall upon any man in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate It will be transferred to th thSmithsonian the thtSmftbeonlan theSmithsonian
Smithsonian Institution and be held M Ma Ua asa
a relic of obsolete politics politicsThere poUUCSoThre politicsThere
There are Rhode Island Republicans at atthe atthe atthe
the Capital who still believe that Senator SenatorAldrich SenatorAhIrleh SenatorAldrich
Aldrich will not retire but that the next nextRepublican nettRcpubllcAn nextRepublican
Republican legislature will Insist upon uponreturning uponreturning uponreturning
returning him himMaine himMaine hintMaine ±
Maine Republicans here on the other otherhand otherhand Otherhand
hand accept Senator Hales plans as asilnal aaflnaJ asfinal
final He is five years older and in infrailer InCraUer Infrafter
frailer health than Senator Aldrich Not Notmany No Nomany Notmany
many days ago he was taken to his hisresidence hilireeldence hisresidence
residence in severe pain from an acute acuteattack acuteattack acuteattack
attack of indigestion He has ha been un unable unable Unable ¬
able to sleep well at nights and has hasfound haafouncI hasfound
found his hi strength failing him When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he attended a a conference of Maine Re Republicans RepubUuns Itopublicans ¬
publicans at the Parker House in Boston Bostonlast DoatonJut Bostonlast
last Thursday at which the question of ofhis orhis ofliii
his proposed withdrawal was discussed discussedho
ho asserted that tho worries of the cam campaign campAign campaign ¬
paign would undoubtedly kill him He Howas HeVns Hewas
was certain he could not stand the strain strainof etrlUnt trinof
of t the fight which his Republican R publlcan oppo opponents opponents opponente ¬
nents were making upon him himMen himJlcn himMen
Men In Boston Conference ConferenceThe ConCclcnccThe ConferenceThe
The men in that conference IncludedStato IncludedState included includedState
State Chairman Byron Boyd B yd of Aigista AigistaAlbert Atguita AtguitaAlbrt AigutaAlbert
Albert R Day Da and Col F H Parkhurst Parkhurstof
of Bangor angor Seth M 1 Carter of Lewlston LewlstonexQov LewlstonexGo LewistonexGov
exQov John F Hill of of r Augusta and andexGov nndexGo hndexGov
exGov William T Cobb of Rockland RocklanuThere Rocklandi RocklandThere
i There was a a sentiment In the conference conferencethat conferencethat conferencethat
that as one of the participants expressed expressedIt exvre sod sodIt
It the State is in imminent dangor dangorHowever dangorHowever dangorHowever
However they the believe that tho legisla legislature leglslaturo legislaturo ¬
turo will be Republican Senator Halo Halowhile Halowhllo Halowhile
while accepting that view doubted that thathe thathe thathe
he could be reelected He 11 reasoned that thatmany thatmnn thatmany
many mnn Republicans RepubIJ nc in that legislature legislaturewoukl legislaturewould legislaturewouki
would be irrevocably opposed oppo ed to his re reelection reelection reelection ¬
election and that they Ute would be sum suiilcicntly sumclcntly sufficiently
cicntly numerous to make a deadlock deadlockwhich dOAdlockwhich deadlockwhich
which probably I > could not be broken brokenSonator brokonSonator brokenSenator
Sonator Halo had his letter of with withdrawal wlthdra withdrawal ¬
drawal dra wal prepared for submission su > > ml slon to the theconference theconrerenco theconferenco
conference but it was Drought rou ht back to toWashington toVal toWashington
Washington Val n ton and revised mvlH to meet sug suggestions su sugesUon suggestiong ¬
gestions of those present presentfio presentNo prOSento
fio o Harmony In Maine MaineThe JInlncThe NameTho
The regular faction of Maine Republl Republlcans RepubHcans Republicans
cans Is by b no means harmonious It Is Issaid Issaid Issaid
said that tho plane of cleavage will willpromptly willpromptly Ill Illpromptlr
promptly appear now no that thatSenator Senator Hale Haleis HaleIs Haleis
is out of tho race Representative E C CBurleigh CBurleigh CBurleigh
Burleigh of the Third Congressional dis district district district ¬
trict has a strong organization in Central CentralMaln tentralMaine i iMaine
Maine Maln and oxGov Hill of Augusta is isono IsODO
ono of his hi supporters While Gov Hlllj HIll Hillis
13 in full accord with Senator Halo Rep Representative Ropresontatho Represontativo ¬
resentative Burleighs associates have re resented resented remuted ¬
sented Uo Senators course coursein In numerous numerousparticulars numerousparticulars numerousparticulars
particulars They The havo felt that they theyhave theybove theyhave
have not beon given due recognition as asagainst asagaInst asagainst
against exGov Cobb and associates This ThisContinued ThisContinued
Continued on 1ae4 Page agc04 Column O
COMING COMIN EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS
MRS FITZGEORGE FITZGEQRGBAHHOTCDBY FITZGEORGEANNOYED FITZGEORGEAOYED13Y
AHHOTCDBY ANNOYED 3Y GOSSIP 60SSIPRelative GOSSIPRelativc GOSSIPRelative
Relative of King Edward EdwardDoes EhvardDoes EdwardDoes
Does Not Like America AmericaDENIES AJnericaDENIES AmericaDENIES
DENIES ENGAGEMENT RUMOR EUMORAdmltN RUMORAllmltll RUMORAdatits
AdmltN llttlc Titntnr Caused Trouble Troublein TroubleIn
in Xnrr nrrnJnnett K nactt Hotel lint In I n nXlcc nile aNice
Nice ile Dog XcvertholCHH XccrthclcC8Xot Xot Plnn Plnniilntr PInnnln Pinitntn
iilntr nln to Wed Vcd ell n Western 3Iininfc 3IininfcMlllionnirc JllnlnJJlIlllonnlre 3lInIng3iilllonnireNoyr
Mlllionnirc 3iilllonnireNoyr Xoir ow in Dnltijnorc DnltijnorcmoOoMra IJnIt flaitijuorelkittarL IplOre IplOreDa
moOoMra Da t Aprfi 3 JL > Cye Uy itasltajid itasltajidGeorge 11aMId 11aMIdiMP d dGeorge
M MGeorae
iMP
George William WWIa 1 Adolphos A4101pb Fit 1ItcMIf 1ItcMIfWIdOw 11twidow GiPfe i iwidow
widow of Lieut CoL Ce FttzGeorge Ftt son sonof sonof I Ior
of his royal highness the second Dukej Dukejof Duke I IoC Iof
of Cambridge Cambrl greatgrandson of his hismajesty h1 hismajesty
majesty George Ge rlte 111 and second cousin eou In of ofthe orthe ofthe I
the reigning King of Great Britain wax waxed waxed ¬
ed warm this morning against II < < Iinst what she sheterms sbeterms shetrtn
terms the idle gossip of mischiefmaking mischiefmakingvillagers mischiefmakingvillagers I Iyfl
villagers yfl rfJ For these villagers says Mrs MrsFitzGeorge KraPttzGeocp MrsFltzGeorge
FitzGeorge have taken it upon them themselves themHhea themselves ¬
selves to invent their own stories as a to toher toher toher
her proposed matrimonial ventures vent have havespread ha haspread havespread
spread reports that she and her Po Poranlan Porno Pomeranian Pornoranian
ranian spaniel Timmy were ejected ejectedfrom eJeetedfrom ejectedfrom
from a hotel at Narragansett last sum summer summer summer ¬
mer and have even gone one so far ar as to tohint toblnt tohint
hint that she be herself is an importer importerMrs Impollt ImpolltIrs ImpostorMrs < <
Mrs Irs FitsGeorge FltGeor e who is a very ory beau beautiful beautlCul beautiful ¬
tiful woman with a wealth of Titian Titiantresses Titiantr Titiantresses
tresses tr considers that the two years yearsrest yearsrNt yearsrest
rest that srie rre toad ad expected to ibid In this thiscountry thleCOUDtry thiscountry
country have h een en n made years of turmoil turmoiland turmoilaacl turmoiland
and unrest because of the ceaseless ceueJe ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of the newspapers and natives to toeither toettber toeither
either have her engaged or married to tothis 10this tothis
this or that millionaire millionaireNot mlUonaireot
S Not ot Allowed to Rest RestTho ReatTbo RestTho
Tho Americana refused r tuHd Mrs Fltz FltzGeorge FIUGeorge FitzGeorge
George states to even allow her to rest restduring reatdurlnrr restduring
during the summer for last summer summerwhile umincr umincrwhile mmer mmerwhU
while at the Hotel Imperial Im Narragan Narragansett NarrapnStott Narragansctt ¬
sett they found great Interest lnter t in the thefact thefact thefact
fact that she she changed chan ed her Pomeranian PomeranianTimmys Pom8rILniAnTlmm PomeranlanTimmys
Tlmm Timmys s sleeping apartments a rtments from her herown belown herown
own bedroom to the servants quarters quartersTlmmy quartcrsTimmy quartersTimmy
Timmy she says ays Insisted like Chan Chantecler Cbanteeler Chantecler
tecler on greeting the rising sun > > un but butby butby butby
by l barking rking A neighboring roomer com complained complained cornpiatned ¬
plained of Timmys enthusiasm so Mrs MrsFltzGoorge MrsFItzGeorge Irs IrsFltzGcore
FltzGoorge obligingly obligln < < lY moved Timmy to tothe tothe tothe
the servants rant5 quarters quartersBut qUArtersBut quartersBut
But this story traveled trav ed and as travel traveling travelInt travellug ¬
lug Int stories do became enlarged en1ar tC1 to such suchan suchan suchan
an extent in fact that Mrs FitzGeorge FitzGeorgestates FttzGeorsestates FttzGeorgestates
states scarcely had she arrived in Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitimore ¬
more about a II month ago when she shebecame shebcc shebtcame
became bcc me aware of a report on foot that thatshe thatsbe thatsho
she and Timmy Tlmm had ba been ejected from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the hotel hotelAnd hotelAnd hotelAnd
And then too her arrival in Baltimore Baltimorewas naltlmoreWAS Baltimorewas
was made the occasion of a story tor of her herengagement herengagomont herengagement
engagement to another millionaire so at atleast atlo atleast
least lo st she says her newfound friends friendstold friendstolfl friendstold
told her and also the newspapers new rs This Thistime Tn Tntlmo Thistime
time her fiance she ho discovered was wasWestern R RWoatern aWestern
Western mine owner rough uncouth lI couth and andquite nnc1Quite antiquite
quite vulgar u I gar but absolutely ftbtolutel rolling in inwealth inwealth Inwealth
wealth wealthWell wealthWeU wealthWell
Well b be that as it may mn says sa sy s Mrs MrsFitztleorKe MrsFItzteorge Irs IrsFlttteor
FitztleorKe Flttteor c she has yet to meet the gen gentleman gentloman gentioman ¬
tleman But the lady hul ladystates states In deny denying denying denylug ¬
ing the many mf1n reported engagements eD1gementsam I Iam iam
am not immune from marrying and andshould andshould andshould
should I meet a very yor nice American whom whomI
I like I may again consider matrimony matrimonyAnd matrimon matrimonAnd matrimonyAnd
And then comes the report that milady miladyIs
Is an Impostor The Americans says saysMrs saysMrs saysMrs
Mrs FitzGeorge s seem om to think that be because b bCuSO because ¬
cause I do not travel with a rotlnuo of ofservants ofservants ofservants
servants and waiting waitln maids because I do donot donot donot
not Jcue ve a n whole hots hol I set aside for me meand meand meand
and do not feed on canarys cnf1arys tongues that thatI
I am an impostor impostorHALLEYS impostorHALLEYS ImpostorHALLEYS
HALLEYS COMET COMETDaily COMETDlily COMETDaily
Daily Bulletin BulletinApril BulletinApril BuletnApril
April lOHjlfcys > > n s comet rt bes Ics cs 33 a m mtodajr mt4H1ar mtoiler
toiler awl 1 tomorrow at t 33i a IB MM MMever MMI MMIerer aedever
ever earlier till Mar Ia1 8 In spite of e having havingjuiMd bavingJ1IIIMd bavth bavth4assed
juiMd perihelion or nearest sun Sun riaos
50 a m n Comets onets speed today about about18G6 iboutl6 bout bout1fOO
18G6 miles m1IeI per xr mlnntn Spc S Speed d btglaa a to todecrease todecrease todecrease
decrease as orxnet starts today tc > < 1ay for aphelion aphelionIta aph apbefloIts Uon Uonita
Ita farthest from tho ma room than than 3COO 3toooco
000000 00 oco > 003 miles distant nt SM001000 c5S000 miles beyond beyondthe bercndtho Isyonth
the th orbit of Neptune our most remote remotoplanet remt f fpbMt a aplanet
planet planetCoDyrlsht planetCopyzight
pbMtOCWTIght
CoDyrlsht 1910 by Frederic Efedmc Campbell Jam e1l
RELATIVES ARE LOST LOSTIrish LOSTIrish LOSTIrish
Irish Pension Commissioner Oo Siioner Seeks SeeksInformation SeeksInformtion SeeksInformation
Information About John Reed HeedSergeant ReedSugeant ReedSergeant
Sergeant Stevens and police of the theEleventh t1MEleventh theEieventti
Eleventh precinct pr lnet have been unable to tolocate tolocate tolocate
locate Ve he wife and sister of John Reed Reedwho Reedho Reedwho
who ho is seeking k1n < < to obtain an old age pen pension peaston pensloe ¬
sloe in Ireland re nd The matter matt < < was brought broughtto
to the attention of the local department departmentby
by a letter from P Ulyett commissioner commissionerof COIIUI1I8 Ioner Ionerof
of pensions for CasUerda Ireland IrelandReed IrelandReed IrelandReed
Reed came to this tI s country daring the thegoid theSOld thegold
SOld fever in ISM 19 After years of vicis vicissitude vlelatude icIasitude ¬
situde tude he was glad to accept a place as asfireman asftreman asfireman
fireman to the kitchen of the Government GovernmentHospital GonrnmentHotaI GovernmentHospital
Hospital for the Insane There he saved savedenough savedenough d dnough
enough money to pay his fare tU back to toIreland toIreJand toI
Ireland IrelandPATIENTS IreJandPATIENTS I rclandPATIET1S
PATIENTS POOKET POCKETRIFLED POOKETRIFLEDrIN POOKETRIFLEDIt
RIFLED RIFLEDrIN HOSPITAL HOSPITALPolice HO llOSP4TAPolice FITAL FITALPolice
Police Seek Employe Emllo e and aild8OO
5800 800 in Jewelry JewelryProvidence J JewelryProvidence eery eeryProtNuc
Providence Hospital was the mono 8 of a arobbery arobbery aroby
robbery yesterday morning morni m IR iWeb iWebJMl1y wateh watehnearly whlchnearly
nearly 000 a worth wort of jewelry was stolen stolenfrom stolenfrom stolenfrom
from the pockets of B L Brice of the theSherman theSbtllD theSherman
Sherman SbtllD apartment house who was a apatient apatient apttienl
patient Mr Brios Drtc is proprietor of sev several several sevoral ¬
eral laundries laundriesThe Jaundrl JaundrlTho laundriesThe
The missing groperty includes a hand handsome handsome ¬
some gold watch two heavy gold fobs fobsElk toblElk fobsElk
Elk and Pythian design and a large sol solitaire 101itaire aolltaire ¬
itaire diamond pin of a a peculiar design designand dHipnand designand
and beauty The articles arUc were not missed misseduntij mlseduntiL missedunt4
untiL late in the afternoon when it was wasnoted WallftOted wasnoted
noted that one of the attendants had not notbeen notbten
been seen since about 1 oclock olock in the themorning themorning themorning
morning morningAs morningAs
As soon as 8 the central o ole lce detectives detectivesArrived cetectiveB1 detectivesarrIved
Arrived at 1 the hospital they began in inquiries Inqulrte Inquirles ¬
quiries regarding Harry Wendall an Aus Austrian A Atrlan Au Autrian ¬
trian twentyseven years old who had hadbeen b hadbeen d dbeen
been In the employ of the institution ln UtuUon for fornearly forneub fornearly
nearly two years and by 1 b y faithful and andhonest aaclhonat andhonest
honest service ha MI < i won the confidence of ofthe otthe ofthe
the sisters stet as well as the physicians physiciansAfter physiciansAfter pnysiclansAfter
After a thorough investigation 1DesU Uon In Inspector Intor Inspctor ¬
spector tor Boardman last night telegraphed telegraphedall tel pbed pbedan
all of the principal cities of the East Easta
a a description d pUon of the man and askod that thatif tblLtit thatIf
if found he be arrested and nd held until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the Washington department could send sendfor seDdCor sendfor
for him He is described as being five fivefeet Avefeet ftvafeet
feet six ix or seven inches Inch in height weighs weighsabout weighsabout el < < bs bsabout
about MO to pounds has a very ver pale com complexion complexion cornplexion ¬
plexion light l ht hair light U ht blue eyes eyessmooth eyeslI1100th eyessmooth
smooth face and peculiar eyebrows He Hewears Hewean Hewears
wears a light lI ht striped suit and black blackderby blackderby blackderby
derby
AGED PASTOR WEDS WEDSHcv WEDSUeT WEDSlte
Hcv lte Albert B King S2 S Takes Minn MinnJoncK 111111 111111JoneH llssI
I JoncK 3 n JHI s Bride BrideNew UrilleNe BrideNew
New Ne York April AprlI19Re 19 19Ret Rev Albert Barnes BarnesKing BarnesICing flamesICing
ICing eightytwo years old a a retired retiredMethodist reUrodMethodtat retiredMethodist
Methodist minister and MISS 1 Elizabeth ElizabethJones ElizabethJonea ElizabethJones
Jones fiftythree years yc CS old who had hadlong h hadlong d dlong
long been been residents of Aabury Aabur Park were weremarried worem weremarried
married m rrled in Brooklyn on Monday by b Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr John F Carson of the Central Pros Presbyterian Pr0i5b Prosbyterlan ¬
byterian b tenn Church ChurchOn CburchOn ChurchOn
On their return from a 0 brief wedding weddinghoneymoon wedd1n wedd1nhoneymoon weddinghoneymoon
honeymoon they will make their home homein homeIn homein
in Brooklyn Tho bride was a a trained trainednurse trAinednurile trainednurse
nurse and her acquaintance with the theRev tbeRev theRev
Rev Mr King began some two years year ago aigowhen agowhen go gowhen
when ho was ill of typhoid fever
NEW Ew METHOD T1IOD OF SURGERY SURGERYWire SURGERYJreIulitencl SURGERYWire
Wire JreIulitencl Iiiitcml of Knlfc I Kntf nlre In Treating TreatingDiiienNCS Trcntlu TrcntluDlllenlllcl TreatingDiseases
DiiienNCS of the tli ICldiicys ICldiicysBaltimore IUdncysnaltlmore iCtiliteysBaltimore
Baltimore Md Id April AI > rll 19 19Dr Dr E H HHichardeon HlUchardlQn HItichardeon
Hichardeon in charge of Dr Howard HowardKellys HowordK911ys HowardKellys
Kellys gynecological department at atJohns atJohns atJohns
Johns Hopkins Hospital Is I mooting lno lnh with withsuccess withsuccess IUt IUtsuccess
success in a new method of surgery in inoperations inoIKraUons Inoperations
operations for diseases dlsen es of the kidneys kidneysThis kldne3sThis kidneysThis
This method employs a fine threadlikesllvCl threadlikesilver threadlike threadlikesilver
silver wire drawn back and forth forththrough forththrough forththrough
through the affected organ In the old oldmethods oldmcthnds oldmethods
methods of kidney surgery the knife was wasused wasused as asUlle
used Ulle and on an4 often produced hemorrhage hemorrhagesometimes hemorrhagesometimes hemorrhagesometimes
sometimes to an uncontrollable extent extentTho eotentTho extentThe
Tho wire vIre method according to the Hop Hopkins HQpkins Hapklns ¬
kins oxp experts rtsf obviates this for Instead of ofcutting orcutUng ofcutting
cutting through thro gh the flesh It works orks it way waythrough W8ythrough waythrough
through tho vessels Instead of severing severingthorn severingthom severingthorn
thorn
t
The WoodlmryJounson Sale
Numbers 1 to 200 in the catalogue of the
Wf odburyJohnson Woodbur > Johnson Sale will be sold to ¬
day at the Sloan Galleries 1407 O st the
first hundred at 11 and the second at 1 1oclock aocOCY 3oclock
oclock Rooms comfortable and seats Beatsprovided seatsprovlde4 seatsprovided
provided
MISS GOULD BRIDEOF BRIDEOF BRIDE BRIDEOF
OF A J DREXEL JR JRMost JRost JRMost
Most ost Brilliant Wedding of ofSeason ofSeason ofSeason
Season in New N e York YorkCUKIOUS YorkCURIOUS YorkCURIOUS
CURIOUS WOMEN IN THE RAIN RAINThousands RAINThou2l RAINTitousazids
Thousands Thou2l IHh Throng Alisnt St Bar Barthnlonioivx BarthOlOflLCWii Rr Rrt1tolJmen
thnlonioivx Church as the tJe Bridal BridalParty UrIdnlIart Bridallurty
Party Iart Arrives ArrhelllYJuJlJe Yomipext t Sister In InMnlil 1MJlul11 isMaid
Maid of Honor 1I0norReception Reception Held at atGould atGoulel atGould
Gould Home 1I0mcrrc llomelrescnis Presents entl on View i1iewNow tIewNew i iNew
New NewGovifc Yor1tAptI York Ai JI IIas1ssi 9ryan 9ryanGoaL
GoaL Go the Mraauhter eJ ejf aa ter of ofGould 4eorge J JGould 1 1GouI4
I
Gould and Anthony DthOG1 J Drexel Drexelof fr a son JIODI JIODof sonof
of Anthony J Drexel xel of 0 Philadelphia Philadelphlawere Philadelphiawere
were married this afternoon at 4 438 oclock oclockin oclockin oclockhi
in St Bartholomews Banbolo Episcopal Ep copaI Church ChurchMadison Churclaadi80D ChurchMadison
Madison adi80D avenue aad Fortyfourth street streetSt streetSt StreetSt
St Bartholomews was wa crowded with withfriends witbCrieB withfriends
friends CrieB I of the Gould and Drexel families familiesMore familiesl0I familieswore
More l0I than J0U9 invitations bad been is issued 18aueel issued ¬
sued and there th re were wedttlng n guests from fromEurland tromEwan4 frontE1and
Eurland Ewan4 and from many man cities besides besidesNew best besidesNew
New ew York Thousands of people e most mostof mostthesn meetof
of them frantically taDtlea y curious women W omen surged surgedin nr nrin surgedin
in Madison avenue pressing hard on the thepolice thepolice
police lines and oblivious to the pouring pouringrain jO jOn pouringrain
rain rainThere n a b bThere
There re was a choral service YIce before the thebridal theWide I
bridal Wide party arrived arrl e4 The full choir of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Bartholomews assisted by choristers choristersfrom chOd8tersl chOd8terslfrom choristersfrom
from another aaolh < < parish sang Mascanis MaseagnisHymn MascanisHymn ntl ntlHymn
Hymn to the Sun Wagners cboraIeancl Chorale Choraleand Cboraeand
and Hensohels Morning loraiD Hymn Th ThInterior ThIIlterlor The TheInterior
Interior of the church was AS a garden n of offlowers oCftoer offlowers
flowers Down the center aisle through throughwhich throUhbl throughwhich
which bl h the bride was to pass P were double doublerows doublerows doublerows
rows of 0 floral torches wrapped and fes festooned feetooMd fesWooed ¬
Wooed with garlands of pink ribbon The Thealtar Thealtar Thealtar
altar was banked with celia lilies Daisies Daisiesgleamed Dal81uleaDWd Daisiesgleamed
gleamed from tb the altar steps and from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the chanceL The Pulars pillars were sheathed sheathedwith sbeathMwith sheathedwith
with smilax and graced with pink flowers flowersAlong 1knersAlon towersAlong
Along Alon the sides of the church and the theI theorgall theorgan
I organ loft were smliax nIIax and daisies daisiesArrival dafs1 dsisIstrrIal a arrhnl
Arrival rrhnl of Bridal Party PartyAt PartyAt PartyAt
At a little past 4 oclock when Bishop BishopScarborough BishopScarborough BishopScarborough
Scarborough of New Jersey who was wasselected wuilelected wasselected
selected by b Miss Gould to perform the theceremony theCeremOl1 theceremony
ceremony CeremOl1 appeared in his hi vestments and andAccompanied anclaceompankd andaccompanied
Accompanied by Re R t Dr Leighton Parta Partaroctor par parrGCtor Parimrector
rector of St St Bartholomews and by Rey HerErnest ReyErnest ReYErnest
Ernest Matthews atthews of 0 Lakewood X J a amurmur amurmur amurmur
murmur of voices outside oyUdch the church an announced ADnounc anmoarnced ¬
nounced nounc the arrival of the bridal party partyMiss partyM partyN1a
Miss M N1a Gould appeared on O the arm of her herfather herfather herfather
father fatherShe fatherShe fatherShe
She wore a gown of embroidered emoI ered white whitesatin whitesa whitesatin
satin sa Un which was trimmed with French Frenchlace Frencblace Frenchlace
lace Her gown had a a ton lOIIIt court train tramand trainAnd trainanti
and her long Veil en Was caught eat with a acoronet acoronet acoronet
coronet of orange blossoms and ad white whiteroses whiteroeea whiteroses
roses Her single jewel was w her present presentfrom presentfrom JIflHDt JIflHDtCrom
from the bridegroom brld bridegrooma a sapphire ring ringMiss rinSeU ringMiss
Miss U Vivian Marie Gould her younger youngersister 70unsers1 youngerslstet
sister s1 ter was the maid of honor and the thebridesmaids thebridesmaids thebridesmaids
bridesmaids were Miss > > Ias Xargaretta argarUl Drexel Drexela
a a sister of the th bridegroom and the thelUncee thehn thefiancee
fiancee hn e of Viscount Maldatone and the thelI1sIies theMlssos
iiisses lI1sIies Beatrice Claftin Cia tUn daughter of Mr Mrand Xrand Mrand
and Mrs Arthur B Clafiin Marjorie Cur
tie a daughter of Dr and Mrs H Hoi Hoibrook liol liolbrook Hoibrook
brook Curtis Hope Hamilton daughter daughterof
of Air Ir and Mrs William A Hamilton a acousin acousin acousin
cousin of the bride Elsie Nlcoil a daugh daughter dau3hter daughter ¬
ter of Mr and Mrs Benjamin njam1a Nicoll aDd aadDorothy aDdDorothy andDorothy
Dorothy Randolph of Philadelphia who whois whoIs
is to marry John Fell of 0 Philadelphia Philadelphiaearly PhiladelPhIaearly Philadelphiaearly
early in the summer at Xarragansett XarragansettPier NarragansettPier Nat1ag ett ettPier
Pier R I The little flower girls were
Continued 11 on Page C Column ColumnDETROIT 5 5DETROIT 5DETROIT
DETROIT STORE BURNS BURNSLou BURNSLolJI BURNSLoa
i
Lou More Iorc Than Half Million to toHunter toHunter tollinter
Hunter 1 hunter IluntciDetroit lIuntcID hunterDetroit
Detroit D trolt April 19 19A A ftr Are that started startedthis etarledtbls startedthis
this evening on the lower floors of Hun Huntor Hunter Hunter
ter Hunters sevenstory department departmentstore departmentstorc departmentstore
store gutted the entire building In leas leasthan leathan lessthan
than s half hour and threatened the de destruction destruction dostruction ¬
struction of other buildings bulhJtnssTho buildingsThe j
Tho loss to the Hunter A Hunter Com Company Company Cornpatty ¬
pany to estimated at more than half a amillion amUllon amillion
million dollars dollarsA dollArsA dollarsA
A genetad gfner alarm called out the entire entirefire enUrefire entirefire
fire department but despite the tb efforts effortsof oIfortaof ettortsof
of the firemen and the existence of dou doublo doublo donblo
blo fire walls the th names fia tes soon spread to toadjoining toodjolning toadjoining
adjoining buildings buildingsFire buildingsFIre buildingsFire
Fire also got a good start on the lower lowerfloor lowerfloor lowerfloor
floor of otthe the Fyfe Shoe House Company Companybuilding Cempaaybuilding Companybuilding
building and spread to the new theater theaterin I Iin
in process of construction in Grtewold Grtewoldstreet GrIawoklstreet OZInWOMStreet
street streetThe streetThe StreetThe
The fire is believed to te t > have ha been caused causedby causedb causedby
by b defective wiring wlrInJrt
t
ij VANQUISHED ANT ANTIS ANTISESCHEROUTINE 5 5E
E ESCHEROUTINE ESCHEROUTINEFew C W H UTI J JFew
Few Attend Night Session Sessionof Sess Sessionof 9n 9nof
of theD the D A E EVICTORY Ri RiVICTORY RVICTORY
VICTORY A SIGNAL ONE ONEt ONEMrs ONEMrs ONEMrs
t t
Mrs Scott Uses Tact and Smiles Smilesto Smilesto Smilesto
to Settle Fight FightIncidents FightIneldenb FightIncidents
Incidents of Morning Iornlnl Session in inWhich Inhleh inWhich
Which hleh Much Excitement I b Caused Causedby Oau3edb
by b 1 Futile Effort of 3XI 1Ua Miii B WIlcox to toOffer to01lcr toOffer
Offer Legal Opinion In Her De Defense Dete Defence ¬
fence te lJIe Gives Way to Pence Pc c nncL nncLAddresac anc1iAddre311ca nncLAddresses
Addresses Are Enjoyed EnjoyedInsurgents EnjoedIJltAHpllta EnjoyedInurgents
Insurgents were conspJcaoorty COU y absent absentfrom ab5entrom absentfrom
from rom the D A R congress coagre teat night nightand qhtad nightand
and ad the aniline uiftng w glances of Mrs Matthew MatthewT N tthew tthewT
T Scott and confident bearing of the theregular thetoIcl theregulars
regular told the story of the sweeping sweepingadministration sweepinga4 sweepingadnthiIntratioi
administration a4 tIcr1 victory COly of o th the morning morningIn morningIn
In a swift battle of wits and parlla parllajantarjr p parliamsntary rlla rllalIMDtary
jantarjr tactics half aa hour after the theconvention theCODvention theConvention
convention opened yesterday the presi president prestdeat president ¬
dent general and a her lieutenant Mrs 3irsDonald XrsDonald MrsDonald
Donald McLean cLean turned impending defeat defeatat defeatat defeatat
at the 1saaa hands ot the coservsUves < Yes into It 80 a
brilliant victory victoryMrs vtetorTlin victoryMrs
Mrs Scotts Scott report as chairman of the thenational thenaUoDai thenational
national board of manager JDaDa er8 which In Included melu Inelude ¬
elu elude cluded e < < c a censure of 0 111 Miss Mary Iary WIlcox Wllcorrecording WIlcoxreconJtDc Wilcoxrecording
recording secretary general was adopted adoptedby adoptedby adoptedby
by a resolution re ol1ldoa offered O < < ered by Mrs llrs Ames of ofIllinois orillinois ofminois
Illinois IllinoisFor illinoisFor minoisFor
For twenty minutes minutes before the vote votecame yoteeame votecame
came the congress got beyond control of ofthe ofthe t tthe
the a administration and lid there was an al almost almOClt aLmost ¬
most unprecedented scene ceDe of confusion confusionPeace COftfualonPeace confusionPeace
Peace prevailed prevaIl at the afternoon and andevening ande andevening
e evening meetings meetingsBvenlHsr JDeetIDpIhenIMJ meetingsEvenIs
BvenlHsr EvenIs Attendance Small SmallThere SmnllThere SmallThere
There was wa a a mere handful haD l1l1 of 0 conserva conservatives cooervaUn coamervatives ¬
Un tives in the brilliant audience that crowd crowded crowde4 crowded ¬
ed Continental Hall last night nightAppearing
Appearing Appearing for the first time in evening eveninggowns eventn evenirggowns g gSO
gowns SO the congress presented pre ented a beautiful beautifulpicture beautifulpleture beautifulpicture
picture as they listened to addresses addressesformer by byformer bytOllDel
former Commissioner H B Be F Macfar Xacfulaad MacfarLand Macfarland
land and Gov E P F 9 Noel oe of Mlsaisstpp MlsaisstppMr MIssissiplMr tp tpr
Mr r Macfarautd rapped the newspaper newspaperdeclaring newspapersdeclaring e paper paperdeeIartIIc
declaring they to i not print IIiDt inL enough oa Con ConSrtssViaal Conresosal
SrtssViaal resosal 1 news H e referred the Daugh Daughters Daughten Deughters ¬
ters to the Congressional C Beeord assert asserting aaaertInl assertIng ¬
ing it makes more exciting reading than thannovels thanncnels thannovels
novels ncnelsUnJesa novelsIYnIem i iUnless
Unless there is a row In the rnltfO rnltfOStates rnltrlStates rnltvdStates
States Congressand D4 everybody loves a arow arow arow
row ho b said or something methbw sensational sensationaldraw sensationaldraws tional tional4raws
draw the crowds the tbj newspapers pnrt pnrtvery prl prlfrJ r rvary
very frJ ttttleof what haptens 1 ea there I think thinkthey thinktbe7 thln thlnthey
they shouid print more mo of it and less 8S 8Stbt n nthe cf cfthe
the other thing Perhaps Perba the Continental ContinentalCongress CoDUne ChnUnetalCongress tal talConpea
Congress has ha had similar experiences experiences5ov eqaerleDceGov experiencesov
5ov < ov Noel came late on the programme programmebriefly programmeand IOprammlaDd
aDd he cut bill remarks short oumnl outlInlrg outlInlrgbriefly s sbddy
briefly the Mississippi scheme for cor corservatlon cor1Iftatlon conservation
servatlon Including includlo a a description of th thway t tway
way 7 the Father of Waters is kept within withinbounds withinbounds withInbounds
bounds boundsCompliment boundsCompllmcntll boundsCompliments
Compliment to Washington WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs Vn8hln ton tonn
Mrs n Samuel A Ammo JIUftOft reported for forthe forthe forthe
the committee on patriotic education educationcomplimenting eclucatloneomplbaenttD educationcomplimenting
complimenting Washington upon her suc success surroes lU lUce ¬
cess ce s with a Fourth of July without fire fireworks ftrtwora fireworks > ¬
works and urging the congress con to ex extend extend cxtend ¬
tend its efforts e < < or for a a painless Independ Independence lDdependeDee Independenee ¬
ence Day generally generallyMrs generallyMrs IIT IITXn
Mrs Edwin S Gardner Jr told what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the D A R is doing doln in the establishment establishmentof e tabU8hmentor
of Junior Republic clubs club and Mrs tII Amos AmosG AmosG AmosG
G Draper Dr reported for the conservation conservationcommittee coJlserntloncommittee conservationcomntitte
committee committeeThere committeeThere comntitteThere
There was as an excellent musical mu lca1 pro profcramme prome programme
fcramme me Including The The Stripes and andStars andStan andStart
Stars by Harry O RaIl of Washing Washington VtuhiDgton Washington ¬
ton song g by Mrs rs Herbert Gray Ash Ashbrook Ashbrook Ashbrook
brook brookThe brookThe
0 The conservatives who didnt go to toContinental toContinental toContinental
Continental Hall last night t were gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered in groups oups in the hotel lobbies earn earnestly tarne earnestly ¬
estly e t17 discussing the defeat of o the morn morning mornfnc mornlug ¬
lug There was some talk of attempting attemptingto
to refuse to accept the minutes of yes yesterdays ye yetftdays yesterdays
terdays session when hen they are read to today today today ¬
day
TACT AND SMILES TO WIN WETThe WINLONGSTAN WINLONGSTANDING
LONGSTAN LONGSTANDING JING DISPUTE DISPUTET DISPUTEThe
The T hall filled rapidly yesterday mora raornfor moraaJId mornlug
lug and b by the time Mrs Scott rap rapped rappedfoe d dfor
for order there w was s hardly a seat va vacant ntaDL vtcant ¬
cant While the president pretdd At general read readher rfBdher readher
her report as chairman of the national nationalboard naUonalboard nationalboard
board of management t for the most part partdevoted partdevoted > art artde1OtXI
devoted to accounts of business dis disi dlspoHC1 disposed
i posed of during the year there was a ai atenee atenae
i tense deuce The Daughters UShters were wait alt ¬
ing I in for some allusion to the Gerald in incident Inc1dent Incident ¬
cident It never came though thoU < < b she con concluded condOOed eoneluded ¬
eluded with a reference to factional ut utConlinncd utContinued UtContinucd
Continued on Page 2 Column 4 4D 4If t to tD
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