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1 1 s morrow 1 C 11 binilto c Briefly But f CompletelyPRICE Completely comPkIeJiI1utb If l lNUNiBER
Minister From the Nether Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands ¬
lands Replies Repliesto to Carnegie CarnegieOffer CarnegieOffer CarnegieOffe
Offer of Home ior Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Arbitration ArbitrationFund Arbitr Arbitrationi tion tionFun
i Fund Fun of f J > l50u000 lSO OOO Will WillProvide Wil1Provide WillProvide
Provide Ground Building BuildingLibrary BuildingLibl BuildingLibrary
Library Libl ry and Endowment Endowmentto
to Maintain aintainlnstitution aintainlnstitutiont Institution InstitutionMr
Mr t Carnegie has b s written to Baron W WA WA WA
A F Covers Gevers minister to this country countryfrom countryfrom
from roni the Netherlands offering to the theDutch thtDut theut1i
Dutch Dut ut1i government overnrnent the theuni < < ura ot f l5d000 1i 1OOOic l5d000for OOO OOOfor
for ic the ejection erection and an anji l equipment of a aLxne aine
Lxne 1 ne for or the Commission of Interns Internstlnal Inter3t lntern3Arbitration
tlnal t al Arbitration Baron Gevers has hasrfnlied 1tSi 1tSirr ba bar
rfnlied rr r rylted accepting ae ptiug Mr carn Carnegies is offers offersin o Iers Iersin
I in Ir he name of 0 of the Dutc Dutch government governmentThe goJrnment goJrnmentIhe
S The 1h correspondence cnrreSJK1 enee which has has passedtt passed pasedf passedte
f te ltween w ween en the two was given out for forpublication forr forI
publication r today today2lr todayfr
2lr ir fr Carnegies letter expressing his hisdesire hisde
desire de sire to contribute c trniute to tothls this cause is isdated isdat Isdatei
dated dat April AprIIf2 22 2 It sets forth forth the tlonors donorsardent tlonorsardent tlonorsardent
ardent wish to1 to1 tc farther f rther to the fall ex extent extfnt extent ¬
tent of his hi ability the arbitration of in international ilJternational luternatfonal ¬
ternational difficulties diffi ult es and explains explainsthathe cxplainsthat expainsthat
that thathe that the building which he contemplated contemplatedshould contemplatedshould 3utemplatooshould
should have somewhat the character chl racter of ofa ora ofa
a temple of peace peacePurposes peaeePnrposes
Purposes of the theS Grant GrantThe GrantThe
The sum indicated is to provide provideground provideground
ground for the building a building of ofdignified ofaigni ofS
S dignified aigni tIed proportions P r oportions a library suited to tothe tothe
the needs of the commission and an en endowment endowment endtvmeut ¬ I
dowment sufficient to maintain them themBaron themBaron themBaron
Baron Gevers G vers letter indicates that the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch government will aceept Mr r Car Carnegies ClrDegies Carnegles ¬
negies gift and provide provi e for the proper properadministration proper properadmlnlstratioIt
administration of it by means of a aboard aboarf1 a1oarf
board of trustees This 3km commission or orboard orboard orbonn
board ot o governors is expected to con consist consist conslat ¬
sist of o men prominent in the affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Netherlands The allotment of the thefund thefund thefund
fund it is anticipated will be approxi approximately approxim2telY ¬
mately as as follows 756096 for the build buildIng builtIngJ200800tor buildlog
log IngJ200800tor 206flO OOOO for grounds 260000 OOOO for the thelibrary thebrary
library brary 250000 5 OOV for the maintenance malatenancefund maintenancefund maintenancefund I
fund I
Both Hen M n Deeply Interested InterestedThe InterestedTue
The Tl1ecorresPoBdenoe correspoBdence fchetween twee Sir Mrt Mrnegle raa raantgieat Gag1 Gag1Besle
t Besle ntgieat and i Baron Gevers ev rs is filled with withtxpressionte witht j
txpressionte t xp tsf nso of deep interest on the pirt pirtof part partof rt
of 0 both bothme tnetf In the cause of infernatioaftT otinternationlJIarbitration otinternatlon5TarbitratIon infernatioaftTarbitration
arbitration Mr Carnegies offer tfr was wasmade waszzade as asmade
made jnst before his l s departure for Scot Scotjund Seotlndabd ScotS ScotLud
S jund lndabd Lud and Baron Gevers acceptance acceptancebears acceptancetears acceptancebears
bears date one day later ater April API l 23 23It 23It 3 3It
It has been kaowa kBow for some time that that3Ir tbat5Ir thatIr
3Ir Ir Carnegie contemplated some such suchmove sueboe suchwove
move oe as this He broached the he Idea Ideaseveral ideaseveral ideaseveral
several weeks ago to Mayor Low Low An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬
drew D White and Frederick W Hollis HollisH HoIUsH HolIIH
H > did not notb9wever however confer with any anyofficer anyfficer anyUcer
officer fficer of the State Department on the thes
s aject r > ject and Mr Hay said last night nightthat nightthat
that all he knew of the matter was was that thatMr thatMr that31r I
Mr Carnegie had talked of it to the gen gentlemen genilemen ¬
tlemen indicated indicatedJOHN Indleat indicatedJOHN d dJOHN
WEST BADEN BADE Ind Aprir25 John JohnRyan JohuRyan JohnRyan
Ryan lately head headoC of a getriekqulck getriekqulcktarf
tarf t r syndicate has been making a series seriesof serlesof seriescf
of of phenomenal phenom nal plays at the roulette roelettewheel roulettewheel roulettevhee1
wheel here herela hereIn herein
In three nights Ighta play he is more mqre than thannoOW thanSiOt
noOW SiOt 111000 wiaa winDer r Each EaehJtlght night fght lds Ie play playIraws pla playaws
Iraws < aws a crowd er vrd of spectators aid aDd a sp spcal SJtclal spC
cal C al limit has beeuNjslalillshea bePue beeneetabu1ehe41 tabU be6 by the themanagers then the1flagers
managers n nagers for his accommodation Ryan Ryandeclares R RyaaIelares al allares I
declares lares he will make the roulette roulette deal dealers deales 1 1es ¬
es turn over the box before he fin finishes tiltfsh a aishes ¬
ishes fsh s with them themSECRETARY themSECRETARY i iSECRETARY
ArtburS Arthur S Raikes secretary of the theBritish theBritlh theBitl
British Bitl h embassy today resumed his offi official omc o1flcial ¬
c cial lI duties after spending the winter in inEngland inEngland IniigIand
England iigIand and on the Continent He ar artived artved 1r 1rl
tived l e in New York yesterday on the thercdric thefcric therclrjc
rcdric When Ambassador and Lady LadyHerbert LadyHerbert LadyHerbert
Herbert leave Washington In about a amonth amonth amonth
month to spend the summer in Europe EuropeSecretary EuropeSecretary EuropeSecretary
Secretary Raikes will move the embassy embassyto em emmaseyto as y yto
to Newport and will be the charge chargedaffaires charge chargedaffaires chargedaffalresuntll
daffaires daffalresuntll until the fall The exact date dateof dateot dateof
of such removal will not be determined determineduntil determineiJuntil determinedenfil
until the ambassador departs
Temperatures Tem ratures have fallen talI en In the mId mfddp mldde mIddc
dp Slope the Missouri and upper MIs MIsfiifsippl MIsa 115
2 fiifsippl slppl Valleys and are S degrees to tod 22 22degrees 22digrees
degrees d grees below tbe seasonal aeasonalayerage average In Inthe Inth inth
the th Ohio Valley the middle Atlantic AtlanticSpates AtlanticSrat AtlanticSntes
Spates Srat and the South it Is I somewhat somewhatv somewhatvtrmer
v vtrmer armor yet the temperatures are still stilllow sunlow stilllow
low for the season seasonThere seasonThere seasonThere
There will be showers tonight from fromsouthern fromEcuthern fromtcitherzi
southern Pennsylvania southward intonorthern intonortbrn into lateLorthern
northern South Carolina probably COB COBtiflutng eon eontmiing on ontnuing
tiflutng tomorrow in extreme south southeastern southeastern southctrtern ¬
eastern Virginia and eastern North Northfuroliaa NorthrolUia rh rhar01l11a
furoliaa rolUia elsewhere elaew re in the East and aadSouth andQth andlith
South Qth the tb weather will be generally fair fairu tartuigbt falrL
u tuigbt night and tomorrow tomorrowIt
It will be colder tonight in the LJdo LJdoand bio bioand hloand
and lower Mississippi lnisstpp Valleys and andcolder aaclolder andcider
colder cider tomorrow in the east Gulf so sOuth sOuthAtl southentIc th thAtlantic
Atlantic Atl ¼ entIc ntk and southern portion of orrijdJe lft lftciiddle the theridle
ciiddle Atlantic States StateaTEMPERATURE StateeTRXPZRA StatesS StatesT2MPflATU1t
is iam iamUrn a m iii
12 Urn Urnlpm m K KI
I lpm p m 57 57THE i1THE
im s sets J5 today H I p m mSan IDrJil
San 40 rlfcea rJil ra a tomorrow 113 68a a mTlrtl mTID1I m inTIIY
High HIShtIde tide today tad y 1241 1 = 41Pm 41PmHigh pm pmHigh p in inHigh
High tide toBM tomorrow toswrrowlii > rrowl2 liia i a ra 1 liO p m mLow mow ini I
i Low ow tide tumorrew8K tomorrow e51 K a m m71Tp 717 pi p i m I1
Course of Administration Depends Dependson
on Result ot Conference ConferenceGeneralMichener ConferenceGeneraL ConferenceGeneraLMichener
GeneralMichener GeneraL l1chener and and R Ross Perry Perrythe Perrythe PerryheIhgal
the t heIhgal egal representatives of Judge Jam Jamg JamgTner s sX nTyner
X Tyner who wh was dismissed on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursay ¬
day d ay from his position of Assistant Attor Attorney Attorney Attorey ¬
ney n ey General for the Postoffice Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment had a long conference c nference this af afternoon afternoon aternoon ¬
ternoon t ernoon with Postmaster General Payne PayneThe PayntThe PayneThe >
The lawyers brought with them what whatwere whatwere hat hatwere
were alleged aIle ed to be the thepapera papers which whiclllfrs whiclllfrsTvner whichMrSyner Mrs 1 1Tyner
Tyner T yner took from the judges safe on onTuesday onT onTuesday
Tuesday T csda last lastMr lasttr lastMr
Mr tr Payne said bef befere re the conference conferencebegan conerence conerencebegan conferenceegn
began b egn that when hen it was over he hewould hewoulde would wouldbe wouldbe
be b e in a position to determine whether or ornot ornot ornot
not a criminal prosecution against Judge JudgeTyner JudgeTyner JudgeTrner
Tyner or his wife and Mrs lrs Barrett her hersister bersister herister
sister s will be begun for taking papers papersfrom papersfrom papersrou
from f rou a Governmen safe safeMr safeMr safeMr
Mr Christlancy Will this afternooa afternooaask a afternooaask ternooa ternooaask
ask the Postmaster General to make a athorough athorough athorough
thorough investigation inYe tigatioR of o his officlSl officlSlconduct omct1i1conduct omcI1conduci
conduct conduct anu and will also ask that lie be berelieved bereIieett berelleve
relieved l from duty during the investi investigation invesupHon investigation ¬
gation gationA
A verbal offer was received from the theTyners theT theTyners
Tyners T ners to t allow alIo Mr Payne to axrnlae axrnlaethe xini1hehe
the t he papers in the theTner Tyner horn homa This was waspositively was wasI wanpositively
I positively declined deClindiDaWrIttRcom deClindiDaWrIttRcomI ia a written com communication cornniunication ¬
I munication Then the Tyners offered off ied to tosend toI tosend
send the package to Mr Paynes qfflee qffleeto o4ileeto m e eto
I to be examined there in his presence presenceand pre presenceand nce nceand
and that of Gen General ral Michener and Mr SirPerry MrPerry MrPerry
Perry This was as accepted acceptedMr acceptedMr acceptedMr
Mr Christiancy Judge Tyners acting actingsuccessor actingsucccssor actingsuccessor
successor denied positively this thisrnorning thisrnorningthe morning morningthe morninghe
the t he statement attributed to Harrison J JBarrett JBarrett JBarrett
Barrett in which it was as stated that Mr MrChristiancy MrChristiane MrChrlstiancy
Christiancy Christiane knew that Mrs Tyner was wasgoing wasgoing a agoing
going to clean clean out thesafe and t tkp ttkp ke its itscontents itScontents itscontents
contents home He said that ther was wasabsolutely wasabsolutely wasabsolutely
absolutely no collusion between him himand hImand himnd
BERLIN April 25 5The The Frankfurter FrankfurterZeitung FrankfurtcrZeit FrankfurterZeitung
Zeitung Zeit ng todiY reports that Turkish Turkishtroops Turkishtroopsh Turkishtroops
troops troopsh have ve plundered the Macedonian Macedonianvillages Msced6 Mscedeniasvillages iaii iaiiyiIlaJes
villages of Kumanowa Kratowa and andPresiefitusch andPre5ditit andPresfltitsch
Presiefitusch Pre5ditit h killing a anumber anuinber number of t Chrls Chrlsli krl krltMs hrts hrtst4eas
li tMs R5 The detail d tleta of t toIit eatrI1les < < treeiies tr ekJesthe ekJesthepttP the thepaper th thpeper
paper pttP rsays says are al unlit for publication
Petto t cdrrested rAfter < Vesper DesperFor VesperFor
For Victims Victim s Wai WaiXEW Wa1xEVT
XEW EW YORK April pril 25 2 25The The long lane laneof laneof laneof
of police search seare searem into the murder of Ben Beniietto Bennetto Bennetto
netto Madonia whose body was found foundstuffed foundsturred foundstuffed
stuffed in a barrel on the East Side has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been without its turning and today todaydamaging todaydamging todaydamaging
damaging evidence against one of the thethirteen tItethirteen thethirteen
thirteen counterfeiters Temao Petto Pettoan Pettoan Petioan
an Italian clothing presser was obtain obtained obtained obtaine ¬
ed e l Petto is now now ow in the House of De Detention Detention Dotention ¬
tention under charges of counterfeiting counterfeitingHe couDterfeitin couDterfeitinHe
He will be rearrested today on the tbei1targ thecharge theharge
charge i1targ of murder murderWhen murderben murderWhen
When ben Petto was arrested arrestedl1e l be > e made a adesperate adesperatc adesperate
desperate fight On his hi person was dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered a peculiar shaped knife or dag dagger dagger dagger ¬
ger In his pockets was as found a pawn pa pawnticket 1n j
ticket for a arjjtch 1tcb which had been beenpledged beenpledged beenpledged
pledged in a Bowery Bower shop The watch watchhad watchbad watchhad
had been pawned tor a dollar Petto Pettowas Pettoas Pettowas
was as closely questioned qucstionedabout about the ticket ticketwhich ticketwhich ticketwhich
which he said he had obtained from a aman aman aman
man named John He said he had hadIORIONS had1ORMONS badUll1iEll1
Senator Smoot Telegraphs Protest Protestto Protestto Protestto
to Secretary Hay
The TheSt State te Department this morning morningreceived morningrcoeIv
received rf rcoeIv > pei d a dispatch from Senator Smoot Smootof Smootof
of o Utah which is understood to be a aprotest aprotos1 aprotest
protest against the action of the authori authorities autllorities authorltieS ¬
ties In Prussia and Mecklenburg in ex expelling expelling oxpeliing ¬
pelling the Mormon missionaries missionariesThe mssionarlesThe mIssionariesThe
The statement is made by the Utah UtahSenator UtahSenator UtahSenator
Senator that the missionaries of whom whomthere whomthere whomthere
there are about hout 150 In Prussia and nearly nearl nearlIfJO
180 in Mecklenburg are with a few fewexceptions fewexceptions e eexceptions
exceptions American citizens Senator SenatorKearns SenatorKearns
Kearns the other Senator from Utah Utahwho Utahwho Utahwho I
who is a Gentile also makes the same samestatement samcstatement acmestatement
statement with ith regard r ar d to t9 the nationality nationalityof
of o the Mormons MormonsIt MormOMIt I
It is asserted that the Mormons have haveviolated haveIolated haveviolated
violated no moral or secular law but butJJiat buthat I
JJiat hat t they have conducted themselves themselveswith themselveshh themselveswith
with hh propriety and have made every ef effort eftQJt offet ¬
fort to comply with German statutes statutesealy Btatutesoa1y statutesnsly
ealy a seeking eking to propagate their th ir religious religiousfaith religiousfaUh religiousfaith
faith According to the Utah Senators Senatorsthe Senatorsthe Senatorsthe
the Mormon missionaries have not nottaught nottaught nottaught
taught polygamy in German as one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the tenets of their faith faithFrom fAithFrom faithFrom
From time to time complaints have havebe havebeen ave avebeen
be been n nade n ede de by tbe missionaries to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States embassy In Berlin and andsome andOft1C andsome
some of them have reached the Depart Department Department Departmacat ¬
ment of State here Several we weeks ks ago agoaad agoaJid agoand
and some time after the adjournment of ofCongress ofCongress t tCongress
Congress wnsirTJier was Some fear fearthat tearthl1t fearthat
that the German authorities aut oritlM would take takethe takethe takethe
the action which bien they cy did yesterday in inerderiag Inorotriug Inrdrlng
erderiag the Mormons Morm ns to tolene leave the prov prov1aees 1 provlaces > ro
laces 1 ce
To Be Erected by the Wili Wililard Wil WilIall Willard
lard Company CompanyTO j jTO
Options to Surrounding SUrr undirig Property Held Heldby Heldby Heldby
by Railroads RailroadsHannony Harmony j id Be BePreserved BePreserved BePreserved
Preserved PreservedKot PreservedXot PreservedNot
Not content with having havingc expended pxpendedloooo expendedlfHHX0 pended
lfHHX0 in the erection erectionof of a hostelry hostelrythat hostelrythat hostelrythat
that will always be a source sO < 1CC of o pride tothe to tothe tothe
the citizens of Washington the Willard WillardHotel WillardHotel ViIIardHotel
Hotel Company now contemplates coute npntes the theerection theereetion theerection
erection of another mammoth hotel to tofront tofront tofront
front on on the projected plaza opposite the thenew thenew
new Union Station StationThe StationThe StationThe I
The pldn pl n has progressed so far that the thegentlemen thegentlemen thegentlemen
gentlemen interested interestedincluding including practi practically practically practically ¬
cally all the stockholders of the Willard WillardHotel WillardHotel VlI1ardHotel
Hotel Company have secured options on onthe onthe onthe
the four squares that will face the plaxa plaxaand plaxaand plazaand
and have formally discussed the charac character character character ¬
ter and cost of the building buildingA buiIdin buiIdinA
A Fireproof Building BuildingThe BuildingTh BnildingThq
The Th hotel will be fireproof throughout throughoutbuilt tbr throughoutbuilt ugbout ugboutbuilt
built substantially though not expen expensively ercpenaively ¬
sively and conforming In detail of orarch orarchitecture arch architecture architecture ¬
itecture to the general scheme of the op opposing oppostug ¬
I posing Union Station One of the ne officers officersof officersof otficersof
of the Willard company staged staed this mora moraIng mornIng
Ing that such a hotel as was contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated could not be erected for less than thanOOQOO thanooe000
5 ooe000 e9W while hlle the cost finally decided decidedupon decidedupon dethicilupon
upon might reach l090ft00 or even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more moreThe moreThe
The new hotel will be so constructed constructedas
as to cater Rter chiefly to what is s known as asthe asI asthe
I the intermediate trade trad tradenainely namely that thatclass tbatI thatclass
I class which cannot afford the highest highestprices highestI highestprices
prices P rices but nevertheless demands first firstrate fir firstrate lit litrate
I rate accommodation a ommodntion Suites will be ap apportioned apportioned apportioned ¬
portioned consisting of from one to five fiveor fiv fivor fiveat
or six rooms and bath with prices rang ranging ranging ranglog ¬
ing from 2 and am 3 per day da up The ma material material material ¬
terial used will probably probably be brick with withstone withtone withstone
stone tone front fr nL f fControled fControled I
Controled by > Railroad RailroadWith RailroadWith
I IYith
With the two new streets which will willIX willbe willhe
IX opened up as approaches to the plaza plazathere plazat1tere plazathere
there will be four irregularly shaped shapedunimproved shapedunimprol shapedunImproed
unimproved unimprol d squares facing 1he he pla pIaT plasa plasaThe u uThe
The T e property wiUbeJlracUcalh yilL be practically UDder uadertlie UDderthe underthe
the cMtirefeSf tr fS te failroijr ful1r aThohfi J eozfipftutea e eompanfeaowning mpaufea mpaufeaowning j
owning interests Int re ts in the Union Station
ate a te Fight Has Paten Pa7 n Ticket Ticketeb cncketch dIicetch
ch in His Pocketknown Pocketknowa < Pocket Pocketknown
known the man for years but refused refusedto refusetto refusedto
to give iehis his address addressPetto addressPetto addressFetto
Petto said he had slept with itlt the man manin manin manIn
in a Brooklyn lodging lod ing house on Sixth SixthStreet SixthStreet
Street and that he had obtained The Theticket theticket theticket
ticket from him while there The detec detectives detectives deteelives ¬ I
tives found that Petto told an untruth untruthabout untruthabout
about his presence in Brooklyn and andthen andt4eit andtheb
then t4eit went to the pawnshop where the thewatch theatch thewatch
watch atch was obtained A detailed detan d descrip description deseripon desaription ¬
tion on was telegraphed tel aphed to Buffalo Buffalo and In Inspector Inspector InSpector ¬
spector McCluskey received word from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Madonia family that from the de description desCrIption deseription ¬
scription sCrIption of the watch it belonged to tothe tothe tothe
the dead man manDetectve manDatectve
Detectve D tectve Sergeant Petroshini went to toBuffalo toBuffalo toBuffalo
Buffalo and d t brought brought to this city Salva Salvatori Salvatori alva alvatori
tori Sagliebemi the stepson of Madonia MadoniaSagliebemi MadonlaSaghiebemi tadonlaSagliebemi
Sagliebemi said the watch had an en engine engIne englne ¬
gine engraved upon jt and this was wasfound wasCound wasfound
found to be a fact When shown the thewatch thewatch thewatch
watch Sagliebemi positively po itlvely identified identifiedit
it as having belonged to Madonia MadoniaInsurgents MadoniaIti tadoniaREn
Ulnsurg Insurgents nts to Meet and Make a aPublic aPublic aPublic
Public Statement
The twoatythree suspended mem members members momhers ¬
bers of the Red Cross will ill meet Monday Mondayafternoon Monda Mondaafternoon Mondayafternoon
afternoon at at 430 oclock At the close closeof closeof closeof
of that conference it Is the the intention to tofurnisn toturnisil I
furnisn for the press an outline of such suchaction suchaction suchaction
action as has been decided upon by b a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special committee which received and andrevised andrevised andrevised
revised the statement prepared by byHilary byHilary byHilary I
Hilary Herbert former Secretary of the theNavy theNa30 theNavy I
Navy who was delegated to draw up the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement to tobe be given to the public publicMr publicMr publicMr
Mr Herberts draft was considered by bya bya bya
a committee composed of Simon Wolf WolfMabel Wolfylabel VoltIabel
Mabel Iabel Boardman Gen John M Wilson WHsoaand WlIsonand Wilsonand
and Mrs J Ellen Foster which sent it itto Itto Itto
to the full committee of suspended suspendedmembers Buspendetll suspendedmembers
members with recommendations for forsome forsonic
some somesJight slight changes chang The alterations alterationshave
t r
have bav been approved by Mr Herbert aul aulare aulare andare
are to be formally acted upon an and andadopted n nadopted < 5 5adopted
adopted at the meeting Monday When Whenthis Whenthis Whenthis
this course has been completed i > mplated It s be believed beIieved believed ¬
lieved that the public will be fully tull taken takeniato tak takeninto n niato
iato the confidence of the suspended suspendedmembers suspendedmembers suspendedmembers
members membersMembers membersMembers membersMembers
Members of the committee said aid today todaythat todaytbat todaythat
that the fight for the reorganization of ofthe o otile ofthe
the Red Cross will be carried on open openly openIv openly ¬
ly so far as the Washington Va 1lngton members membersare mmo membersare
are ire concerned They feel that the ac action sotion lC lCtlon ¬
tion taken has been bcenrar for the best inter interests satereats uteraBt ¬
eats aBt of the society and ware W ro necefcsary
in order to redeem the confidence of the thepublic tilepublIc thepublic
His Bride Bl idc Mrs Eutherfurd EutherfurdTwice Ruth rf rfurd rfurdTwice rd rdTwiCi
Twice Twice a Widow WidowGREAT WidowGREAT WidowGREAT
But Eight Persocs Including Vicar and
Couple ouple W Witness ibll SS the Cere CereLONDON Ceret CereLO Cereniouy
niouy niouyLONDON
LONDON LO N A5 A5was APrltGWKV3 April S 6 W JKL K Vanderbilt VanderbiltrS derbilt
was as married top to Mc It rS Rutherfurd therrurd at 9 9oclock 9oclock I
oclock 0 clock this morning 6rnfngF in St Marks MarksInquiries Mak ra1ksChurc1I a aChurch
Church otNurtit o ortk Ae1ey Y Street StreetInquiries treet treetInquirietf
Inquiries in rafcasdr trJ rdto to the wedding weddingreau11ed
9teW 9teWresulted
resulted in the iflo Iftrt t barefaced denials denialson
on the part of OfUt2 tile etireb elt reh officials con concerned concerned ¬
cerned that that the he Vanderbilt derbnt K marriage marriagehad marytagelied
had taken plaea placeorwotfctht1e pIse or W Wouldtnku ld take place pla at atSt atSt lt ltSt
St Marks MarksT Marl S they Jdctared declared that at thetime the thetime
time the o < allege ceremony C rem RY was w s sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to have t taken kenp1ace place a funeral funeralservice funeralsenice funetalservice
service was conducted conductedEight eq qduetedEigh duct ductEight
Eight Peisess nsPresenC nsPresenCThere Present PresentThere PresentThere
There were e eg ftetly t1y tl eight Jght persons personspresent personspresnt personspresent
present namely namelthe tiibride thbrJ Jiride e and nd bride bridegroom bridegroom bridegroom ¬
groom the vfear > Jb Jhs verger Hen HenWhite Henry HeniyWhite HenryWhite
White the t th siefnfajy se retai of o the American Americanembassy AntericanernbassywhoeWltil
embassy ernbassywhoeWltil whosew1feia whose wife is a sisterinlaw sisterinlawof 81sterln law lawof
of Mrs Mrs Vanderbilt the Duke and andDuchess andQucbess andDuchess
Duchess of f Mrlbcro M MrIberoUg1t 1 Cro gi g1ttbe the latter Mr SirVanderbilts MrVanderbi1ts MrVanderbilts
Vanderbilts daugbUr g ter and Withheld WInfleldScott WInfieldScott
Scott Hoyt a aar grandson rAndsou ild6 u of General GinernlSeot GinernlSeotvho Scott Scottwho Scottwho
who was best bestMr man manMr mO mOMr
Mr J WJiit Thtte it av ave etl the b bride ide away a awv W ay She Shewas Shewas
was dressed f In a dark rk gray traveling travelingdress travelingdress I
dress Sh SM spt ire re > e BO Jewels Jw IlI or flowers flowersbut floweNbut flowersbut I
but carried a asman a small smalIprayer prayer book The Thebride Thebride Thebride I
bride was escorted elt tedlrom from a T iest eat rt end endhotel endhotel endhotel
hotel to the cwreh cftnJhbY1Ir 1iehby > by Mr White WhiteAs Whiten WhiteAn II
As < n Uaprctenfious UJ rctenf ous Affair AffairAfter AffairAfter Affa r rAfter I
After the ttlremony ceremony the couple coup eidt eidtLondon hrft hrftLondon ft ftLondon
London for the tlMt country country on their hfeney hfeneymoon 1foneymOOD 1mey 1meymoon
moon Theri Tber Therewas was no n Wedding eddfng breakfast breakfastand breakf breakfand breakfyt breakfytand
and the cereaiony cer mony wag brief All the thedetails thedetails thedetails
details were WerecarrledO carried oat ilL In the most mOBt un unpretentious tnpreLenLiug ¬
pretentious pr tenUoU3utanaer tenUoU3utanaerfr wRBaer wRBaerMr zaanier zaanierMr
Mr fr VaaderWH VaJlder1tflt had been staying sta lng In InLondon inLondon inLondon
London for rOth three weeks we s prior prJOlto to the theceremony theceremoD theceremony I
ceremony ceremoD Mrs Rtttherfurd Rittberfurdarrhed arrived here hereyesierslaja her herYeat hereyestertia
yesierslaja Yeat yestertia erg a Immediately mmed f JY 8 after fie r the tb e we wejif W wed wedding ed edding
+ jif 1 1The
ding the o1ag D ergyman rgyI 1an conducted conducteda onductedit
it buTlal sErAZjtOr r r ri smuft ifi ifiThe I
The preparatfong prepar tf n8 for th the wedding w dding have havebeen ha habeen harebeen +
been carried oa with the greatest greatestsecrecy greatestecreey greatestsecrecy
secrecy The first inkling that the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American railroad financier vas was about aboutto
to be married for a second time was wasobtained wasobtain wasobtained
obtained obtain d last week when Mr Vander Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbik
bilt through his attorneys obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from Justice Geigericb of oCthe the New York Yorksupreme Yorksupreme Yorkupreme
supreme s court an order modifying the thedecree thedecreeoC thedecree
decree decreeoC of divorce
entered against him on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 5 5198 lS9i is from the then the l Mrs Irs Van Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbtlt ¬
derbilt who hoil is now Mrs lr5 Oliver H P PBelmont PBelmont PBelmont
Belmont se Ii that Mr Ir Vanderbilt might mightremarry mightremarry mightremarry
remarry at at will willA
A 4 Countess CeuntessSuggested CeuntessSuggestedWho Suggested SuggestedWho SuggestedWho
Who the bride would be was at that thattime thatu thattime
time u a smatter matter of conjecture Several Severalrifh Severalrich Severalrich
rich society Iety women of r Paris were wer men mentie mentfOlH mentioed
tie tfOlH tioed ed among them Countess Fabbri Fabbricotti FabbrirotH Fabbricotti
cotti PiwaHy however howeerit it was disco dlscov dlscoveretl dlscovered v vere
ere eretl l that the bride la be wan wa Mrs Lewis LewisM LewisM LewisM
M Rutherfurd a sister of Oliver lIver Harri Harriman Harrima Harriman
man ma jr and a sisterinlaw of Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry MrsHenry
Henry White Vh te wife wifeof ileo of the secretary seeretar of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American embassy embassyat at London LondonThe LondonIhe LondonThe
The question Uon of the bride bride settled the thetime thetime thetime
time and an place of a the wedding edding occupied occupiedsocietys occupiedso occupiedsoietys
societys so < ietys mind nmin It was said 2 d that the theeremony
would be performed perform d in Iaris Parisbut Iarisbut Iarisbitt
but but this statement w was apparently dis disproved disprotd dinproved ¬
proved by another statement state nent on better
that the couple e > uple would be mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried at the home of Secretary White rhite in inLondon inLondom
London Secretary Setretary White denied this I
then society was at sea a The date datet
t was said had been fixed for April 29 9
owing to the difficulty in obtaining a
> fial tfal license Hcen e it looked as If the wed wedLg
Lg teeM ould have to te postponed f fqr r some
Accordingly Aceordlntly the announcement of 1
wedding this morning came as a
surprise surpriseHead surpriseHead surpriseHead
Head of the Family FamilyWilliam FamilyWilliam FamilyWilliam
William KiS Kissam aJn Vanderbilt the brids brit12room
room is at present head of the Vauder
family He is fiftyfour years old ld
was born on Staten Island Is and December
1849 and after studying In the United
tes and n < 1 in Switzerland entered the
office of the Hudson River Railroad RailroadThere naUroadThere RailroadThere
There he filled many clerical places placeslearning placeslearning placeslearning
learning In that way w the railroad r ilroad msi hus husnE bitsiness msiness
ness nE S and qualifying himself to tohal1dle handle handlethe handlethe
the vast interests which hich eventually be became hecame hocame ¬
came his Even before the death of ofCornelius ofCornelius
Cornelius Vanderbilt his elder hrother brotherWilliam hrotherWilliam
William Imam K was to all intents and pur purposes purposes ¬
poses the guiding gui ing spirit in tho great rail rallToad railroad railroad ¬
road concerns with which the Vander VandcrbJlts Vanderbilts
bilts are connected connectedSome connectedSome connectedSome
Some time ago his wealth was esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated at over ov r 30 30GO 3OOOOOOO 00M0 < OOCO and since that thattime thattimE thattime
time it has increased increas fI greatly He is an anenfhusiastic nnenrhuslastic anenthusiastic
enthusiastic fforse owner and yachts yachtsman yacbtsman yachtsmail ¬
man taking annual cruises in his pri private private pilvate ¬
vate t yacht He has three children childrenConsuelo chiIdrcnConsuela childrenConsuolo
Consuelo Duchess of Marlborough Marlbor ugb Wil William Wil11am Vil VilHam ¬
liam K l jr and Harold HaroldTwice HaroldTwice HarOldTwice
Twice fd a Widow WidowMrs WiqowMrs WidowMrs
Mrs Rutherfurd the bride ia the thewidow thewidoW thewhdoiv
widow of o Lewis M Rutherfurd jrs jrwhom jrwhomshe jr whom whomshe whomsIte
she married in Juna Jun61890 3880 and who tiled dlurtin dtmlIn tiledin
in Switzerland In inJanuary t January of l1 1901 1 1th Xt Xtthe XIthe
the th time of other her marriage iuarrlagoto to him she was wasltJrs wasMrs as asMrs
Mrs Samuel S Sands SandsMr SandsMr and8 and8Mr
Mr Sands was killed in an an n accident at atthi atth atth
thi th Moadowbrook Hunt Club near New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York in 189 188 Mrs Irs Rutherfurd Is the shesecond thesecond thesecond
second daughter of Oliver Karri Harriman man and andR anda
R sister of Mrs Stephen H Olin Mrs MrsWilliam lrsiIlam MrsWilliam
William iIlam R Travers Oliver HarrJman HarrJmanjr
jr J Low HarrIman and J Bop BorTn BorTnJIarrima BoriuTarriman n nHarriman
Engineers From Washington Barracks and a cl Troopers From FromFort FromFort FrpmS FrpmFort
Fort Myer to Drii Driin in Madison Square Garden Gar enr
The Tbe composite troops from Port Fortyer Fortyerand FortMyernd Myer Myerand
and a nd the tlmeWashlngton Washington Barracks which are areto areto arco
to t o take part in the big military carnival
at a t Madison Square Garden Monday wiU wiUleave wileave 11 11leave
leave l eave the city elt tomorrow morning at t 830 830by 30 30bythe 30y
by bythe b y the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadCapt RailrOftdCaPL RailroadCapt
Capt CaPL Lloyd M L Brett commihdlns commihdlnsTroop com comrntfhdlngTroop lng lngTroop
Troop F 11 will have charge of thevmen thevmenfrom the themearom men menfrom
from f rom Fort Myer yer and Capts M 1 L LWalker L LWalker >
Walker and J F Mcladoe will command commandthe commandithe commandhe
the t he engineers engineersThe en engineersThe ineers ineersThe
The bridge building squad had hada a Anal Analdrill 1In81drill analdrill
drill yesterday terday afternoon Forty men menonehalf menmehalttr menonehalf
onehalf < mehalttr from m Company L Land and onehalt onehaltfrom oneb onebbILrom lr lrtrom
from f rom Company Company M 1 built a pontoon pontoonbridge p pentoonbridge nlqoni nlqonibridge
bridge 125 feet long blew k up tore itdoWT it itdown itdown
down returned the timbers to their theirplace theirplac theirplace
place plac and stood to attention atIittIon within withinseven withinseven i iseen
seven minutes from rom the lime fme when the theT thenzder I Irder
T nzder rder was given tocommence tocommenceA tojcommenteA e I IA
A Fine Performance PerformanceWhen PerformanceWhen PerformanceWhen
When it is remembered rememberedtbat that this Vim per performance perornance perormance ¬
formance I ornance followed followed3uqt 4 Just st fly live ye minutes after afteranother afteranQt1ter afterantlier
another the fine form of the men can canbe canbe canbe
be realized realizedCa realizedCaptain
1 Captain Ca > taln Bretts troop have l e packed up upafter upafter upfter
after a fter a short final drill yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThf yesterdayThe
The > money earned qarned rned a a the Madison MadisonSquare MadisonSquare UadisonSquare
Square Gardei Gnrdejadmis8Ion admission Is to be begymnasiums bechargedwill
chargedwill ie e devot devoted to bUihiing building buildinggmnaslumn
gymnasiums mnaslum5 and buying blYID baseball ba ebaIIi foot footbail footbail
bail and other athletic outfits outfiisfor for the themen themen
men m
Following UOWing is a list of OCt tW the troops from fromWashington fromWashington fromWashhigton
Washington who are to compete competeCompany competeCompany
Company COmpBfty L Engineers EngineersSergeant Sergeant Mor Morgan Morgan Morgao ¬
gan Corporals Porter and ad Shields and andMILES andNILES andIftSI
rh loTBtfifi tfiThtIDollr Doftar li Hoi s Bm Bttt ihf ihffor fct T Tfor lit litfor
for 260 I
Under an anorder order of the Equity Equit Court Courtof Courtot Courtof
of the District Dl trlet of Columbia Columbia the team teamof team teamof teataof
of horses hone for which hteh E EG G Niles NU s is said to tohave tohave j
have paid 1000 1 was wassoM sold today by byAuctioneer byAuctIoneer i
Auctioneer James W Ratcliffe Ratciif t to George GeorgeW GeorgeW 1 1Harvey
W Harvey the restaurant man for 260 260Long 2OLong 5 5Long
Long before the hour announced for forthe forthe I Ithe
the sale sl sale a large crowd of curiosity seek seekers seekem ¬ j jers
ers em and prospective buyers collected collectedNiles collectedI collectedliles I
Niles was present pre ut with his attorney He Hewas Hewas
was pale and nervous but courteous to toall toall toalt I
all who approaches him himI
I have nothing to say he replied to toall toall
all questions My attorney is here and andI andlam
I lam am simply a plain citizen citizenNiles citizenNileg citizenNiles
Niles walked alkoo around the team while whilethe whilethe
I Ithe
the crowd awaited the beginning of the thesale thtrsale
sale and patted them affectionately He Hestood Hestood
stood toOd near the animals while the sale salewas salttwas salewas I
was in progress progress and smiled sadly sad when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they went for so small a spm sumThe spmThe spmThe
The big bay cobs did not look I k as though thoughthey thoughthey thoughthey
they were worth ortb anywhere near the theamount theamount theamount
amount of money t thoney oney the former attorney attorneyfor attorneyfor attorneyfor
for Mrs Hughes is said to have paid for forthem forthem forthem
them They are not speedy but were weresaid weresaid weresaid
said to be gentle and kind They watched watchedth watchedthe
th the proceedings by which they changed changedowners changedowners changedowners
owners with evident and ud apparently In Intelligent intelJigent intelhigent ¬ I
telligent interest interestPromptly interutPromptlj interestPromptly
Promptly at noon Auctioneer Ratcliffe Ratcliffebad Ratcliffehad Ratcliffchad
had the sale b bell ll rung and taking his hisplace hisplace hisplace
place at the heads of the animals called calledfor calledfor calledfor
for bids bidsHere bidsHer bidsHere
Here Her is one of the crack teams of ofVashington ofWashington
Washington he cried in the strident stridenttones strhfenttones
tones of the professional auctioneer auctioneerThey auctioneerThey auctioneerThey
They cost JUt ju one thousand dollars dollarsHow dollarsHow dollarsHow
How much mucham am I offered offeredSeventyfive offeredSeentyfiycshouted offeredSeventyfiveshouted
Seventyfive Seentyfiycshouted Xshouted a man an on the theedge theedge theedge
edge of the crowd crowdQuit crowdQuit crowdQuit
Quit jokiug answered the auc auctioneer ancUonler atictloneer ¬
tioneer These are real live horses horsesThe horsesThe horsesThe
The colored man who drives for Mr MrHarvey MrHarvey
Harvey then bid 100 each for the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses This was RS raised rals dl to 125 1 5 Mr tr
Harvey Barve nodded his head and nd the colored coloredman coloredman coloredmaii
man made It nO 1SO This amount took tookthe tookthe j jthe
the prize DrlzoThe DrizeThe j jThe
The horses were attached to a hand handsome htind80m handsome ¬
some 80m cart but this and the harness were werenot werenot teerenot
not sold The Washington ashingtc 1l Loan and andTrust andTrust andTrust
Trust Company which is acting as re receiver receiyer receiyer ¬
ceiyer in the case obtained an order for forthe torthe forthe
the sale of the horses only onl as asishable per perishable perIshable ¬
ishable goods in legal parlance but butin butin hutIn
in reality because bec use they were wer as the theauctioneer theauctioneer theauctioneer
auctioneer explained exph ned eating their theirheads theirheads thrheads
heads off offThe offThe offThe
The horses were werepurchnscd purchased from Jebse JebseBrown J JeaseBrown se seBrown
Brown of the Metropolitan Club a acouple acouple 1 1couple
couple of years ago when funds were wereplentr WCltplent wcreplentr
plentr plentrMr plentIr plentrMr
Mr Ir Harvey HarYe hurried his purchase away awayfrom awaytroel awayfront
from the th curb In front of 920 Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvana Pennsylvania ¬
vania vana Avenue where the sale took place placeHe pItctHe placeHe
He will drive the team earn tomorrow tomorrowWILL tomorrowWILL tomorrowWILL
RIVERS AND HARBORS HARBORSRepresentative HARBORSUeprosentatiye HARBORSRepresentative
Representative Theodore E Burton of ofOhio ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio chairman of the House Commit Committ Comn Committee > lt ltttfJ
t tee o on Rivers and Harbors will leave leaveshortly leutshortly lenveshortly
shortly on a European trip an and i while whileabroad whileabroad whileabroad
abroad will make mal e a study of artificial artificialimprovement artifieitIimprovement artificialimprovement
improvement of rivers and harbors harborswhich harb harhoenwhich s swhich
which will aid him in intramlnt framing future futurebills futtr futtrbills futurebills
bills before the committee
Privates Coffey Dunham Forsberg ForsbergNewton ForsbergNewtony ForsbergNewton3
Newton Newtony Moser Scates Turnell Yager YagerKrause YagerKrause YagerKrause
Krause Drake Hedgecock Daves Prose ProseMagruder ProseMagruder ProseMagruder
Magruder Boroland Syze and Binney BlnneyCompany BinneyCompany BinneyCompany
Company M MFirst First Sergeant Willmott WillmottSergeant WlllmottSergeant WillmottSergeant
Sergeant White Corporal Slater andPrivates and andPrivates andPrivates
Privates Anderson Barnes Brown BrownCftI BrownCftIkIns Cal Calkins Calklns ¬
kins Chapman Dale Kreeper Lancas Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster ¬
ter MIddleton Monaghan Schlitz SchlitzStearns SchlltzStearns SchlitzStearns
Stearns Toch Truman Usher Wiand Wiandand Wiandlnd Wiandand
and Chatham ChatbamvThe ChathamThe ChathantThe
The men from Fort Myer lyer are as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows lowsSaddle lowsSaddle lowsSaddle
Saddle squad Troop F FFIrst First Sergeant SergeantMcXaIly SergeantMc SergeantMcNally
McXaIly Mc aUy Sergeants Stegman StegtIianHaloner StegtIianHalonernn Haloner Halonerand Halonerand
and nn < l Thurston Corporals Hemmett and andDavis andDavIs andDavis
Davis Saddler McCampbell Wagoner WagonerWorkman WagonelWorkman WagonerWorkman
Workman Privates Buchan Burke B rke Car Carroll Carroll Carroll ¬
roll Collior Co lli or Farrom Holland Hyde HydeMontgomery HydeI HydeMontgomery
Montgomery I ntgomery Xolse McCabe I Cabe McCormlcJr McCormlcJrJlclntyre McCormIokIclntre MeCormichMcIntyre
McIntyre Iclntre ODonnell Ryan RyanTroop RynnTroop RyanTroop
Troop G GSergeant Sergeant Phelps Corporal CorporalStevens CorporalStevens CorporalStevens
Stevens StevensTroop StevensTroop StevensTroop
Troop H HSergeant Sergeant Burkey Privates PrivatesCoxv PriY PrivatesCoSt tes tesCox
CoSt Cox Pegow More MoreBareback M MOreBareback re reBareback
Bareback squad Troop P FSerge1 FSergeiint FSergeiintKatz Sergeant Sergeanti nt ntIiatz
i Katz Corporal Davidson Trumpeters TrumpetersLaird TrumpetersLaird TrumpetersLaird
Laird Man Millen Privates Bumworth BumworthCroy BumworthCroy
Croy Cro Hawkins Webb ebb Wesaman WesamanTroop 1Ves WesamanTroop man manTroop
Troop C CCorpornl Corporal Grace Trumpeter TrumpeterI TrumpeterFox TrumpeterFox
I Fox Privates Egana Foyk Logan Need Needham Needham Needham
ham hamTroop Troop F FBand Band Private Griffith GriffithTroop Griffith GriffithTroop GriffithTroop
Troop E3 ECorporal Corporal Haggard Privates Privatesi PrhatesJackson PrivatesJackson
i Jackson Mason Miller Shawadasa ShawadasaThese ShawadasaThese ShawadasaThese
These squads represent the pick of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two posts men chosen for their Intelll Intelligence latch latchgenee
gence and soldierly appearance appearanceSTEBNBURG appearanceSTERBLIRG
SISSSTJgfSSS A gg GermamGobp G rmamCQopeCti11n GrmantCoopetijnWith rmamCQopeCti11nith
With ith Russia Ru sia in China
Baron Speck Speckvon von Stcrnburg the Ger German German German ¬
man envoy called at a the State State Depart Department Departm Departmeat ¬
meat m tnt this morning and presented present d to toSecretary toSecretiIJ toSecretiry
Secretary Hay the formal letters of re recall recall recall ¬
call of Herr von on Holleben H lleben the German Germanambassador Germailambes Germanambflssador
ambassador ambes iador He also discussed with withSecretary withSecretary
Secretary Hay the matter of o Russias Russiasdemand Russla Russiasdemand
demand upon China hina for sovereignty sovereigntyover sovereigntoer sovereigntyover
over Manchuria ManchuriaIt
It is understood Germany Is in full nIl ac accord accord accord ¬
cord with Russia in this demand and will willmake willmlte
make no protest to China against grant grantIng granting
Ing all that is asked by Russia Ger Germany Germany Ocrmany ¬
many agrees that Russias claims are arejust arejust arejust
just and will line line up with Russia in the thematter thematter thematter
matter It is also said that Ftance Francetakes Ftancetakes
takes the same view and will make no noprotest noprotest
protest protestThis protesLThis protestThIs
This is taken to mean that these three threepowers threepowers threepowers
powers at least are out for the partition partitionof
of China and that when Germany and andFrance andFrance
France come to make their demands for fora fora fora
a slice of the Chinese Empire they the will willh4ve willhve
hive the cooperation of the Czar CzarThis CzarThis
This leaves the United States Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain and nd Japan as the principal pow powers powers ¬
ers which will object tojthe to tothe the Mancharian Mancharianconcessions Mancherianconcessions
concessions The chief point which the theUnited theUnited
United States will make will be against againstthe againstthe
the refusal of Russia to open up treaty treatyports treat treatports treatyports
ports portsWhatever portsWhattvcr portsWhatever
Whatever action Is taken by the theUnited thEnited theUnited
United nited States however will be done doneindependently doneindependently doncindependently
independently following the course courseivhioo course1vhi coursewhim
whim 1vhi it has heretofore pursued with vith ith re respect respect respect ¬
spect to Chinese matters mattersPRESIDENT mattersPRESIDENT mattersPRESIDENT
GINNABAR Mont Iont April 25 25After 25AfterlayIng 25Afterhaying After Afterlaying
laying the cornerstone of the Gardiner GardinerArch GardinerArch GardinerArch
Arch at the entrance of Yellowstone YellowstonePark YcllowstonePark YellowstonePark
Park yesterday afternoon the President Presidentdeparted Presidentdeparted Presidentdeparted
departed for Edgemont S D In the theBlack theBlack theBlack
Black Hills where w ere today he will m wit ¬
ness a cowboy carnh carnivar af arranged arr nged by byCapt byCapt byCapt
Capt Seth Bullock of Deadwood DeadwoodExcursion DeadwoodExcursion DeadwoodExcursion
Excursion trains brought many man per persons persons persons ¬
sons into Gardiner Gar iner City Cit yesterday af afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon for the cornerstone laying layingAMERICANS layln layingAMERICANS
MADRID April 25 25King King Alfonso and andthe andthe andtIme
the Queen Mother last evening cnlng received receivedthe receivedthe receivedthe
the delegates to the international med medical medical modira ¬
ical ira congress which Is In session here hereThe bereThe hereThe
The members were placed in various variousrooms variousrooms arlousrooms
rooms in the palace the Cubans and andAmericans andAmericans andAmericana
Americans in the dining room roomThey roomThey roomThey
They considered this an intentional intentionalslight intendonnlslight intentionalslight
slight and were preparing to leave leavewhen lenewhen leavewhen
when the American minister arrived and andpersuaded andpersuaded andpersuaded
persuaded them to remain remainTREASURY lemalnTREASURY iemainTREASURY
United States Treasury receipts for forApril forApril or orApril
April 25 were 1J354422 of which which678371Si which67837lS4
67837184 was customs SIS86469 S7lSi64 1 S86U1 in h hternal Iaternal I Iternal
ternal revenue and 3320569 miscel miscellaneous miscellaneous miscellaneous ¬
laneous receipts The expenditures were wereIot3oooo ere I
1060000 1060000SHOT Iot3ooooSHOT j jSHOT
NORFOLK Va April 25 25Andrew 25AndrewTudor 2AndrewTudor Andrew AndrewTudor
Tudor was shot through the heart h art b bEmmett bEmmett bEmmett
Emmett Weeks in Sussex SUS8 X county count < VaThey Va VsThey
They Thtt had been friends and the shooting shoolt shoottagoccurred shootingoccurred > > g goccurred
occurred after a quick quarrel quarrclWeeltt Weehe >
is in Jail
Count Cassini Assures Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary Hay That American AmericanTrade AmericanI AmericanTrade
Trade Interests in China ChinaWill ChinaI ChinaWIll
Will Be Respected RespectedWashington RespectedWasl1ington RespectedWashington
Washington to Act Alone Alonein Alonein tlonein
in Communicating Comffi nic trng With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the Czars Government GovernmentTo GovernmentTo
To Exchange Views ViewsCourse VieysCour ViewsP
P 5 5F 5Course
Course Cour e to Be Be Pursued by byGermany byGermanYJ byGermany
Germany Great reat Britain Britainand Britainand Britaioand
and France Not Known to toState toState toS toState
S State Department DepartmentEvidently DepaTtmentEvidently DepartmentEvidently
Evidently appreciating appreciat Jg the concern concernfelt eoneernCelt concernfelt
felt by the United Unlt States Government Governmentover Governmentover Governmentover
over the declination decliatiou of Russia to with witbdrawthe withdraw 1th 1thdrawtbe
drawthe draw the remainder of her troops from fromManchuria fromIanchuril1 fromManchuria
Manchuria until China had granted cer certain certaIn cartabs ¬
tain radical coneel concessions us equivalent to toplacing toplacfn toplacing
placing the pravfsee pr < tvf ee under Russian con control conirol cofltrOl ¬
trol Count Casein Ca stni the Czars ambassa ambassador ambassl1d ¬
dor d r has sent assurances in writing to toSecretary toS toSecretary
Secretary S cretary Hay that there Is nothing in inimical inimical inImical ¬
imical to the Interests Inter sts or of the United UnitedStates UnltdStates UnitedStates
States in the Far East la I Russias at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude titudeCount titudeCount titudeCount
Count Gamin a asserts serts ib t that at tbe coarse coarseof eourseof courseof
of his government go ernmeJlt is desf designed to prevent preventa preylUa
a repetition of the Bexertro Boxer BoxerteubIua t > BWs les and andthat andthat andthat
that the pledges made toy It to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States that American trade in interests inforests n nteres ¬
forests teres would be respeetaii respected and the terri territorial territorial terntonal ¬
torial Integrity of a China hiHa would fee pre preserved preseTTed preserved ¬
served are still Ja fore oree and nd will be bsadhered beadhered beadhered
adhered to toConfers toConfers toConfers
Confers Confers With Sir wrH1y wrH1y3fr Hay Hay3Ir H27 H27Mr
3Ir Takahira the Jtgwnes Jcuta ese minister ministerhad miwi6terhad miioterhad
had a conversation with Mr Hay today todayover todayo todayover
over o er the new move of R Raseta issta h with a aview aIew aview
view Iew to having this Government and Japan Ja Japan Ispan ¬
pan act in harmony In seeking soe ng to wpn wpnvent pre prevent prevent ¬
vent the reestablishment of permanent permanentRussian permanentRussim permanentRussian
Russian authority a in Manchuria White Whitethe Whilethe Vhi1
the United States Stat < Government is willing willingto willingtoexehal1ge
to toexehal1ge exchange views on the atibject wit wltJ1 wltJ1other witaother a aother
other powers it prefers PT to act alone in inribetr incommunj8lltl inconmmunisatingvIthuRuneI
communj8lltl conmmunisatingvIthuRuneI conmmunisatingvIthuRuneIThe n ltrnRt
The MjtudeoC thI this O GePOrnmncnt mtnt i Is Is1betdt
1betdt Ss Russian flusdthnprepoaalu rprpo rsposate 1e tfc tbrten ten not aotonly BOtonly notonly
only the trade but the territorial in in ¬
tegrity of China sad Dd representations representationsto
to that effect will be made medete to the foreign foreignministry foreignministry foreignministry
ministry at St Petersburg PeterSbur Nothing will willbe willbe willbe
be done hastily however as the matter matterIs matt mattis matteIs
Is much too serious for any action that thathas thathas thathas
has not been b n given tae most careful carefulconsideration earefulconsfderatioa carefulconsfderatIo
consideration consfderatioaVigorous consfderatIoVigorous considerationVigorous
Vigorous Opposition OppositionSecretary OppositionSeqretav OppositionSeqretaty
Secretary hay has telegraphed hs hsviews is isviews g gview
views tony to the President sa aad It is isregarded isregarded isregarded
regarded as s a foregone oregoeec caeelwstea that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Roosevelt whose wh se trust t st la Mr M Hays Haysjudgment Baysjudgment
judgment concerning interactional at affairs atfaIrs atfairs ¬
fairs is absolute wlif eiit approve tIle sug suggestions suggestions suggestloas ¬
gestions of his Secretary of CState State which whichcontemplate whitheontempJate whichcontemplate
contemplate vigorous repreHlltatloss repre BUtti6es to toRussia toRtftfSia toRdesia
Russia RussiaBaron RtftfSiaBaron RdesiaBaron
Baron yea Oft SterulMirg the Geraaa minister mInIster min mittIster ¬
ister saw Secretary Hay today aad the therUaachurian lh theManchurian
Manchurian Manchurlall affair was diseaseed dl eU Hfed in informally illformany informally ¬
formally The course to be perked p tmed by byGerman byGerman
German Great Britain BIIi taia mad rind France is isnot isnot isnot
not known to tbe State DepsrtBoeat IfepanameetNo DepsrtBoeatNo
No additional news ht regard r nI te 8 the theManchurian theManehurian theManchuria
Manchurian attention tee Its come to the theState theState
State Department DepartmentSPANISH DepantmentSPANISH
MADRID April 25 5The Tb newspaper newspapermen DeW5ttaP newspapermen r re
men men e of Spain have formed a union They TheyIrave TheyItave
Irave Huve sent a demand to the various variouspapers varloupapers variouspapers
papers demanding that 2 210 M < to pesetas pesettta3SGO
3880 shall be the minimum wage wagemonthly wagemonthly age agemonthly
monthly and further demand demanding jeg that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they shall have one day off each week weekunless weekunless weekunless
unless the proprietors agree agr agre to their theirdemands the theirdemands r rcemands
demands the men will strike OB May M y 1 1COLONEL 1COLONEL 1ULOMEL
TAKE CHARGE ON MAY MAYBingham i iBingham IBingham
Bingham to Turn Over Office of Public PublicBuildines PublicBuiIdingc PublicBuildings
Buildings and Grounds Groun s
I Col Theodore TheodoreA A Biaghara in charge chargeof eftargof chargeof
of Public Buildings and Grounds has hasreturned hasreturned baareturned
returned to Washington from rem aa absence absenceof
of a week spent chiefly is Penney Pennsylvania P Penneyvanla unsyl unsylanla ¬
vania anla and is shaping the affairs af o his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office preparatory preparatoryto to turning it over overto Oerto overto
to his successor Colonel Colon l Symoss SymossColonel S71DensColonel SysnonsColonel
Colonel Blnghams duties hare will willbe willbe willbe
be concluded on April 30 34 > > and on the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following day Colonel Symoas will take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge Colonel Symons is not lot expected expectedhere etpectedhere expectedhere
here until Thursday He will return returnwith returnwith returnwith
with Colonel Biaghasi to Buffalo within withina
a few days after May ay 1 and the exchange exchangewill exchangewIll exchangewill
will be made there thereColonel thereColonel thereColoul
Colonel Binghams monthly report will willbe willbe willbe
be made matl next week the same as asual asualshowing tiualshowIng sacs sacsshowing
showing the progress pr 8S of Improvements Improvementsat
at the White House Hou e and tbe other pub public pubHc publie ¬
lie grounds grounds in Washington The aeaual aeaualreport aaaualreport anuualreport
report will not be mad made until July 26 26CHILD e eCHILD UCHILD
Mrs Irs BrentOJ1 Brent on H Badley of t Lacknow LacknowIndia L LuelinowIndia cknoV cknoVlttdla
India will m speak at the tlh First Irst Congrega Congregational Congregathmnl Congregationnl ¬
tional Church Tenth and G Streets Streetsnorthwest Street Strefolnorthwest Streetnorthwest
northwest tomorrow at 3 oclock oa the theChild th thCbl1d the theChild
Child Wives ivea of India Mrs Badlev Badlevuas Badlf Badlevhas > v vins
ins has lived nineteen years ears In India mum and andan 4 4an 4an
an able speaker Both gentlemen and andIndie andludle andIndies
Indie Indies arc urged to t attoad atsos this service servicewhich S8IVleewhich servicewhich
which will be both oducatHmai and in interesting In14r inerentjmg ¬
teresting 14r 8Uug Mrs trs LaFetnt LaFet Mrs B S SPlntt SPlatt SPlatt
Platt and Mrs H B F MWtarteud canIand are arethe arethE arethe
the < committee of arrangement arrangements

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