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WEATHER FORECAST: Fair Tonight (Full Report on Page Two.) HOME EDITION NUMBER 875)8. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBEI? 4, 1015. PRICE ONE CENT. FORD TO VISIT BELLIGERENT HE Passport or No Passport, He Will Assert His RighJts as an American Citizen Will Open Factory Abroad. His Last Word to America Is: "Everyone Try for Peace. Down With Preparedness." He Declares. NEW YORK. Dec. 4. Henry Ford's passport is pood only for neutral European countries, but he is going to visit the belliger ents, nevertheless. "I shall assert my rights as an Amercan citizen," he said today, on the verge of his peace ship's departure. His tour will include all the warring nations, he added. Spe cifically he mentioned England and France. In the former coun try he explained he intends open ing a new factory at Southampton. "But your passport isn't made out to these countries,'' it was pointed out to him. "I don't care," he answered. "I'm going, anyway. Ay last word to America,'' he concluded, "is: Everyone try for pence; down with preparedness." TWELVE MUST STAY. One of Kind' last callers befoie de Jiarture. was llaron Shlbasawa. Jap anese trado delegate to the United states. The liaron wished him good Juck and God speed. One hundred and flfty-l'vo passports were accounted for today and Font tiaa on'y 110 rci vatlon on the Oscar II, no that twelve of his guests sjvlll hare to he left behind The only very late nrrlval for whom place was found was Mrs. A. V. niark, of Palo Alto. Pal., who reached Hvw York at midnight, made a mad tush to Washington, expecting to get 11 passport by special arrangement ,rlth the State Dcpaitment, and to b-' t Hoboken by sailing time. Have No Credentials. Manv of l-'ord'a guests had preceded him on hoard the Oscar II el noon. In fact, a few put In an appearance t the dock In the very earlv morning hoping to avoid the lush. The stc-unshln of ficials had no lis of those whu wen. to no, and beforchindcd arrival Hlmnly stood around In the cold awaiting soiiv body In nutliorl'.v to tell tlmni wl ore to fn and what t do I:. J. .MHcUrajno whs the first to ldoie his name on the stcams'iln list The officials took his wotd for It that lio wus a dull act icdrited mender of tl.o I'Vird parti Me had nothing to ehow for It Xi liner hid iniono Wee The Invlt itmnt are good onlv fur the ti lu to St -indiirula and The Hiiic. (I'ontlnued 3,1 Second Page.) PETITN TO ACT AS EXECUTRIX HELD UP Mrs. Wiehfeld Must Prove U. S. Citizenship to Manage Moth er's Estate. The application of Mrs Mnbello Swift vVlchllcld. formerlv Mrs Clarence Moore, for letters as oxccutilx of the relate of her mother. MrH Florence A Swift, has been held 1111 pending an In vestigation to determine whether Mrs lehfleld Is an American citizen When the application was tiled this morning Justice McCoy signed the or der appointing Mrs Wiehfeld executrix Later the question of her sltlenshlp was broimlit to his attention and ho or dered the case held up until the peti tioner should show cause why the let ters should Issue. Mrs Wiehfeld Is the wife of Aksec Wiehfeld, a cMlzen of Denmark, and under the provisions of the Dlstilct 1 ode no alien can servo as executor or administrator. The Revised Statutes urovldo that an American woman, rrtar-rv-lng a foreigner, forthwith loses her American citizenship and takes that of )w husband Mr iVIchfeld Is said to have made ..I,, 1 il ttion p 1 ne is , v lift t ' COUNTRIES ANNOUNCES Prompt Federal l cfo Against Consul Nuber Under Consideration Cancellation of Exequatur or Court Prosecution Is Pos sible. NO DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY State and Justice Officials Con fer Over Investigation of Al leged Plots. l"ollooi the demand made upon Ger tnipv for the "'mmedlale recall" of Cnpl K'trl llny-l'd a'ul I'apt. Franz von ranen. the Getnvi'i nval and mill mi v .iiinches, tesnectlvely. It became known toils v that tho State Department Is serlnua'v considering action against Alexander on Nuber. Austrian consul grncitil ai Vew York Long 1011'crenrcs at the Slate Uepiiit men' between A, Ilrure Hlclaskl chief of the llureau of Investigation of the ncpaitnicnt of Justice, who has had. olmme of the Investigation of von Nu Iter's alleged eonneetlon with plot chscs. anil Stale De-iurlmcnt offlt-lnls brought the ndmli s'on that the deiiartment was coiuidcting the cases against von Nu hoi mid 01 her officials. Two Courses Upon. What tlie Government has not tleiided upon is what .teps It should take atintiiHi mii, Nuber. Tlie diplomatic Ini muiiltv enjojed lit. lloy-Kd mid on Pupen does not extend to the niuHUlar officials. In dealing with offending 1011 suls tin. Government has two toursea open It may dther cancel th"lr ex equators, whli h Is tantamount to de manding their 1 ci all. or It may prose 1 ule th m In lite Federal (uuits. Action in the von Nuber case has been detavid. It Is undi 1 stood, because of the delhiilc Jlpluluutlc -Ituullnil be tween the I'lilltd Stales and Austria brought about by the sinking of the Au una The fact that Austria mill felt resentment tor the remit of Ambassa dor Dutnlm wus another factor Itiflucni Ing Mclay. lhe ictull of -on I'upcn, the German mllitar) attatlie Mas prcdliated largely upon the seizure of an uftlci.il com munication he nad forwaided to the lien:. un foreign minister through James I. J. Archibald, the Ameilcan lorre spontlenl, who wus detained by the llrltlbh authorities At the sume time was found tin official communication from vox, Nuber 13 the Austrian govern ment Following this, von Nuber came Into prominence through his alleged ac tivity in the so-called plots to cause fires and strikes In American munitions plunts. Austria Asked Apolog). Union Zwletllnek, charge of the Aus trian embass. lecently demanded an apology fiom this Government for an official statement by the Justice De partment specincallv naming von Nuber as Implicated In plots Instead of this apology, the United States Government Is said to have decided to take prompt! action against the otTendlnE consular representative. The State Department Is awaiting formal notification fiom Germany of the recall of lloy-Kd and von Papen. Ger many Is expected to take prompt ac tion. No objections are anticipated, as diplomatic usage niakes their tecall automatic, upon expressliiii by this Gov ernment that they are persona non crata. To Ask Safe Conducts. Whether safe conducts for return of the two German officials to Germany will be secured remains to be decided. The State Department will ask such consideration. Whether Great Hrltnln will assent to the return of the German officers, en abling them to rejoin the uavv and armv, is doubtful. Officials believe Eng (C'ontlnued on Second Page.) OF COLONEL HARTS Commission of Fine Arts Also Approves Designs ofr Media tors Medals. The Commission on Fine Arts at Its llnal sesr'on lodn.i approved the pl-in of i-nt v VV- Harts for the conversion of Potomac Park Into an elaborate play- ' HlOUnci I lie prillil will oe niiuiiinirn to Congress with a re-iuest for nn ap proiirlatfon. I Tlio commission also considered de-j signs for three gold medals vvhlci are 10 no given hj mo oune iiepuri ment to the A. II C. mediators. Con gress has appropriated $3,000 for thee medals. The commission conferred on the Anacostla water park plans in con nection with the reclamation work now In progress on tho Anacostla flats The connecting roadway be tween Hock Creek and Potomac Parks was considered John B. Nesbit, Jr., Sued For 3 Limited Divorce Mrs. Catherine C. Ncsblt today filed In the District Supreme Court a suit for a limited divorce from John M. Nesbit, Jr., to whom she was married January 2. 192. Tho wife asks alimony and the custody of their three children. The petition alleges drunkeness and crucltv Justice Anderson Issued a rule requir ing the defendant to apnar on Decerned- 'o nnd siiow esuse whv the relief b I i y the wife should not be d KiVv'i.xlVvk laBBBBBSK S laBB 'Bpjjii Jl B:1'' lSaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaWI 1 Bn7'B'VvafPPaBaaWPfaW 1 vBTJ'1' icl WsMkIv vy I VKrSlS S35s I Antf3 JSSa S. 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Koeltel mid lnph llm-h- iiiflsti-i, two oti't-i nv I -ted Ham buic-Ainei lean nl 'Iclals ri.t-ivetl tho same setitence Jos ph PopplutJiniisc, iln- fourth iiffli-liil found irulltv, wns seiitcm cd to tcivi out- jt-ai antl otii d iv In At lanta The Hambui J-Amel lean also nnnu-il as a tlt-fi-ntliiiil, was lined the nominal sun or 11 The ioiuIi'ImI nM-lals weie r lasnl nn bull of tie Ot. r rni-li, pi-nd-Inu' a heiiilng of tin-It ni oral Th. ball was nn Inottnse if ', mm ,,vei tin- bond fui'iisbiil fin fit- nppmt nti'e on the i-otisi.li ii-v clu. ice Tin writ of error acted automatlcnlh its a st ' of .'ITI.I I,,,, William Hand, -ounsel f-u ibo ,, . fendnnls immeillnteu ni,.,i ,lt, nnnll- i-ntlmi for a wilt of ot ri-r noon wliM, he list- will l(J nt.nei.lid to the I "'l ii -tnies otitt or Anteals Judge Howe in p-isslng sentence upon linen?, nnnniinr-d he o ould i-rotnnietid to the Government efficl'is that he be accorded leniency should Ids p'uslcnl Inniml'b-s t-ndinigcr Ms life Hnenz Is seventy. two years old MONTHS PRISON How Washington's Ex-Supt. of Police Is Fighting Unseen and Unknown Foes Major Sylvester is in charge of the guarding of the great du Pont munitions factories from destruction by incendiary explosion or fire. It is the biggest job of policing in the world. It is the most interesting story of the wepk. It will appear onlv in THE SUNDAY EVENING TIMES : 4 JOHNSON AGAIN TO HEAD 0. CJ COMMITTEE Kentuckian Selected to Succeed Himself as Chairman of Board. KITCHIN IS FLOOR LEADER Fitzgerald of New York Will Be Leader of Appropriations, and Hay of Military Affairs. Congressman lien Johnson, of Ken tucky, wns again elected chairman of the House District Committee Irjr the Democratic caucus, which announced Its selection of committees this after noon. The selection of Congressman I'laude Kitchen, of North Carolina, as chair man of the Ways and Means Commit tee, establishes him as majority lead r.lre:sma"n"imesi.av of Virginia isl again chairman of the Important com-1 mltlee on mllltarv affairs and with I Congiessmnn Lemuel P Pnilcett of Ten-1 iieesec as ih.ilrman of the Naval Affairs! inmmlttee will have charge of the floor wink on the President's iirogiaiii for prepnlfdness The Unirniirlatlons Commute.- chair man will -vain he Cotu-ressman John J Fitzgerald of New Vnrk Congress-, man Caiter Glass of Vlrclnla was re-1 ilei-tcd chairman of the llnnklne and! Cuiicncy Comitlee Personnel of Committee. The peiBounel of tlie House District inninlttee liuludi-s Hen Johnson, of Ivintucky, cholinian Wjatt Aiken, of r-outli Cniulina. oJsepli II Thompson. if uklchonw Unbelt Croisir. of Ohio. Janus T l.lovd, of .Mlssouil James A. Ila-ol of N'-w Jemcv C (1 Lobeck ot Neoi.i .kii Joe II HiiRlc. of Texas. Carl Vinson of G.orgla. Peter J Pool ing of N" w Vnrk. Warien Worth llal li v of Pennsylvania Umtnett Wilson, of Floilda. and Henjainln c. Illllurd. or 1 olnrado ' List of ChalPTianf.' tC -1 1 ImirmMi i-f the House 1 oinmitiees ns purled to Hie DimoiiatH- caucus this alleinoon follow Fleiilons. No 1 Hubert li "li i)ien, Mississippi l'l'-i lions No : James Ilamlll. New Jetso lllii-tlons. No 3 Lewis I. Morgan, Louisiana Appiopi mtlons- John I r'll.!gerald, New- v ork I Jiidb lar-Hdwln V W. tin. korth Caiiillnn Hanking and Ciirri in- .'artci Glass, Viiglnla 1'olnnKe. Wtlglus and Mensures Wllllnm Ashhrook. Ohio loteistate and roriicn fommerce William c Adimisun. G-urgla. Illvers a-id llarbois Steven M Spnikninn rim Ida M reliant Marine and l-'lsherles Jitsnua W Alexandi i 1imiui1 grltulture Vsbuiv I Lever. South Carolina tContlnuefl on Second Page ) T St. Louis. Chicago, and Dallas Delegations Seek Demo cratic National Gathering. Willi a delegation from SI Iiuls alit-.'idv In Washington working to land the Democratic national convention, with a contingent from Dallas, Tex dii' later todiw anil with Chicago's boosters coming Monday, some spirited competition Is expected before the com mittee meets Tuesdav at the Wlllard to settle upon a cltv for the convention Tin St Louis delegation arrived In full foice vestcrday. I'hey are stop ping .it the Wlllaid Tin y weie busy lust night nnd today Inieiv icwlng ev erione who could possibly have am thing to do Willi the .election of the convention cltv ... When the Texas ilelegitlon an Ives, It villi be headed b Mavor Hemv D. l.lndslev, of Dallas, who beais a JHO.t 0 ihtik, lepii-scnilng a 'uml raised In n three thtvs' whirlwind campaign for a bonus to he used as an Inducement to get the convention to the Texas Cltv The Itepubllcan national committee will meet November 11, when Chicago and SI Louis nlso will pnss their claims for that convention. CITIES OPEN IGH I WlLSON-GALT TO TAKE PLACE AT HOME OF THE BRIDE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF WEDDING DATE "It was announced at the White House today that the marriage of Mrs. Gait and the President will take place on Saturday, the eighteenth of December. "As previously stated' the ceremony will be performed at Mrs. Gait's home, 1308 Twentieth street northwest. "The only guests will be Mrs. Gait's mother, her brothers and sisters, the President's brother and sister, his daughters, and the members of his immediate household. No invitations will . be issued." MOTHER WILL SAVE BABE 'BETTER DEAD' Consents to Operation Though Deeming Future as Cripple Undesirable. P'l.l IMmtr. Dec I Vi Is-ni lllnlon the Hx-tuonths obi bah who wits so bai'lv hurnrd Tuesday that the Hop. Miih llosj Hal surgeons l,-ev.- It- 01 U thince for life s m amiutatlon of Its legs iip-1 one lisml. Is It a iiltlrnl mn diii'in todiv 1 1n iiioihi-r -f -h- ihlld, win, sal. I vetiid.iv th it si,- wciild rathe toe llltle one slmiill ill- limn to l-i- linndl ilipisd without legs 1. ml .-no aim limn gll lift 1 t .-t -xp-eM-d tin- wish that ' Is-11 slo d-1 I,,. -aoit This mnrnliic sh s.ild she realized th-it It would be better foi the child If It inn. iliad but In bet uioiber-love she vcailnd for Its life She has given hei Lonsmt 10 the opeiatlons that the atirreons adilsnl and It Is belloveil that these will In- o-rformed some time to ln "My child wi I be better off dead Of litis I am ion nucil bit oh. bou cu1ld MeiU.awn'tni'O- fr-.' 'v iln, incTr 10 pass a senieniv ot -natii on 11 said Mrs. Hint. .11 this morning In talking of her hnbv It itrncd In Go-Curl. The bain wan binned Tucstlav lu 111 his Kn-i..M Mis I f tilts he had gone out Ainrber c'llld. Gordon, two aim a pan ve.irs mil, was plajlng In the kitchen near tin- bal Guidon Is supposed to have picked up a sciap of paper antl thrust It lio tin- blazing grate of the kitchen stove, then is the paper hurst into llame. to have thrown I: from him The burning p.ipcr Ignited the clothes bundled about the hub) Thomas Within a rw jo-ooioL th.. lm 'hurst from the house sttenMlug ami iiklglibniri rushed Into the home to and the go-cart enveloped In llnmes nut! the whole lower ptrt of the baby covtid b the blize The mntliei letmned home to find a crowd of nelghliois oithered before her door and the bah badly burned An nmbulance vas summoned antl took the bahv to lhe hospital. Utile hope was expressed for the chlltl's recovery and his ilea h was hour ly expected. However, examination re. vealcd th it the flames hail not been In haled There weie some burns on the arms and hantls. but they were more or less superllc'al UNITE IN FIGHT TO KEEP LAKES OPEN U. S. and Canadian Govern ments Will Battle With Ice to Permit Grain Shipments. Ter pcM.iblu "(Tut In tn bo irm l ly Mio Oov.'rnni'Mit 'iiitLoiitlos niirt liv Ptan.ltnat nion on tl.o .im1 nK j h Ko p naviR-ition on iln hi wUmh oiiph couiac M ntccHsirv, S-crttiy of .oir until tlio InMi iHiMililf ilatt. Tins IIKT'O IU'llll"Ill stuto I t'HlTJ, tit u tlir BTP.it sin! i Htid tnrr oi'i.w i-l tin Ni'Khwost Ai rntur mrnti atr bt'lnti matlo tn Uorp th' MK.m.niim'P, llfi--ra tnu" stations wntlir,r stations niul otlior nniiitlnn alii? tn operation until the onsot of tnt wntiii'r makoH nav'nt'on totall ltnpntshli Spprrtai HrHtV-M s u.l that tho ta 1 IojiIs aro itnihlo to hainllo tli ." h'.lk of rirM ok and o'hor shlpt.ionts llini aio mm In.; oantwanl from tlu noitufst The Tin idlan poornnirnt j also cn-npi'iritlnr? to koop lunlm.tlon opon ih Inns iionalhlo WEDDING STRONGER CAPITOL IS Special Precautions to Be Taken Against Cranks When Wilson Reads Message. I ti-n-e ptecaiitlons are to hi taken hv the polite, the detectives, special oflceis, and olheis on guaid at tho Cardiol when Congress meets Mon day anil again on Tuesday when tho Ptesldent will reud his message to the House and Senate In Joint as eirh; Not onlv Is li 'onsldered needful for large additions to the usual torce of polite guards, and detectives to be on nutili .it the Capitol lonstuntlv, but on tile opening day of Congress, and on the dav tho Piesldent reads his. messagj. It Is. refill nil there will be great crowds of visitors. To leal with Hie. situation lesultlng limn the piiscnce of gicat thrones Ip cludlng many sliangen, a large iiup--ber of xtra Mien, largely In , loin clothes will Is) put on Col Charles P. Hiugins si-ige.-int-it-arms of th.- fieii nle. Btrgeint-tri arms (.onion of the lloiui.,ctiil Si pcrlntt lirlcut W ootls, of the run tol are rleini. close nlUlttlon lo the slluatlt p Tin extiiionllnnry precautions are due to the recent attempt to blow up lhe Senate snd to lhe apprehension that crnnks whose feelings ore harrowed by the Kurntifnn war and who are hostile to the Government's foreign pol cy may lr to plant bombs or commit other out rages. PEACE SUGGESTION Germany Believed to Have Sent Proposal Through Cardinal Hartmann. By ALICE UOHK. K'lMK. Dts: 4 Gcrmnnv alreadv haa made Informal suggestions looking to the establishment of mace through 'he papal consistory next Mrfndav r lug to leports current todnv Cardinal Hartmann " Cologne I lo have brought to th I'Hilcnn the i posal that (Jermanv will evacuate Ht-I-glum and northern 1'iance and agree tn nn autonomous government for Poland. If the Vatican will make a determine' effort at the piesent time to bring about peace Attitude Toward Peaci'. Cardinals representing the allied coun tiles, pnrtlculailv Cardinal flasauet of 1'runce and Cardinal Hourne of Kng lantl. nre said to have been sounded out with this proposal It Is understood thev replied that Ocrmanv's enemies woultl countenance no half measures In anv nroirram of pence Pope Itcucdlct Is untleistootl to be te teivlng remesentntlves of all the Inter ested lountiles hefoio completing the allocution he will deliver at the private tonslstory on Monday From each he Is lielli-vi'd ti be drawing the nttltude of Ills counttv toward nn earlv pence. Pope llenedlcl will till the cunslst nrv that the failure of the great poweis to call Christianity Into t Heir councils made The Hague treaty a dead letter and In this way was re sponsible for the world war , Lacked Moral Sanction. Ills Holiness, t U undcrstnoj, vv'lll ilecl.ue In his allocution that Tho Hague conference was not representa tive of the thought of the world since the Vatican was not represented, lie will take the position that The Hague tieaU had merely diplomatic sanction, but lacked the moral sanction which only tho Holy See had tho power to confer . Because of this lack of moral sant lion the great masses of the people were ignurant of The Hague treat provisions Pope Dcnedlct, it is re pot ted, will nssert that the treaty would never have, been violated had It hud the sanction of the church he cause In that case It woultl have been known lo the people and respocf-J by the various nations It Is stated that the Pontiff also will speak of the situation In which he found himself after the Italian declaration of war ami will pronounco It Intoleinble Since the Vatican is in a bclllgeicnt countiv he will sav, Vatican repiesentatlves were forced In leave Home II s Holiness will n qi ire what sovt it-ignl . the Pope pos. se t-s when he Is not pel mil ted to have a diplomatic corps. GUARD PLANNED DEC. 18 ARE . Names of Relatives of President and Mrs. Gait Included in White House List. HONEYMOON ROUTE SECRET Not Expected to Be on the Mayflower Giving of Pres ents Is Discouraged. Airs. Norman E. Gait, of this city, will become the bride of President Wilson on the evcniiiR of Saturday, December 18. Formal announcement of the date of the nuptials was made at the White House today in a brief statement which gave neither the hour of the ceremony nor the name of the officiating clergy man. Beyond this the White House officials would say nothing. From other sources, however, it was learned that the wedding will be an evening affair, .and that the ceremony will be performed either by the Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, rector of St. Margaret's Protestant Episcopal Church, where Mrs. Gait has been a communicant since last September, or by the Rev. Dr. C. Ernest Smith, rector of St. Thomas' Protestant Episcopal Church, which Mrs. Gait attended prior to that time. NAMES OF GUESTS. lir Herbert Scott Smith dtcUr.d today that he had not yet been uktd to officiate, but close friends of tha President stated that while the ar rangements for the minister had not been definitely made, the rector of 81. Margaret's probably would be asked Dr. C. Krneat Smith Is out of the city and will not return before Monday. As the President has limited the cuests tn those given In the an nouncement, It Is probable that he will be personally attended at the al tar by his brother. Joseph R. Wilson, of Haltir-.orc, although he Is under stood to have consldeied Col. B. M. louse ' Texas and New Torlc, for his pi e vccorotiia; to the list given, the cuests s-Ill be Mis. William II. Dolling, Mrs. i. alt's mother; Mrs. Alexander II. Gall, whose husband Is a cousin of the late Norman .E. Gait; Mrs. Matthew I! Maur.v. of Annlston. Ala., and Miss Hertha Boiling, all sisters of the bride-to-be, her brothers, John Randolph Rolling, of this city; Rolfe E. Rolling, manager of. the Commercial Rank of Panama. Dr, William K. Rolling, of Ixiulsvllle, Ky.. and Richard Wllmei nnd Julian I). Rolling, of this city; Mrs Josephine Howe, of New York, the President's sister; Joseph R. Wilson, of Baltimore, his brother; Miss Margaret Wilson. Mrs. Francis Rowes Sayre and Mrs. William Q. McAdo'o, the Pi-esl-dent's daughters, and Dr. Gary T. Grav "?"' l' " N" llls Phylclun and navo' aide, as well as his constant companion Cabinet Not Invited. Members of tho President's Cablnc' and leaders of Congress, as well as members of the diplomatic corps will not be present, It being the President's desire to have tho wedding us quiet a possible, it Is assumed, however, tha' Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, th. Piesldent's son-in-law. will be present Despite tho fnct that the President's yaiht. the Mavllovver. all freshly paint cd and refurnished, Is tugglii: at lit'i hawsers down at the Washln-tnn Nav Yard, persons In position t,o know de clare positively that the wedding tup wl 1 not he taken on the yacht On the contrarv. the mulct standing Is that tin mediately aftei the ceiemouv the Presl diit and Ills bi Idc will hoard his spe cial cur attached lo a south-bound train. The ccremnuv Itself will bo peifoim' In the diawlng room of tho Oslt resi dence, which will be banked high wll.i (lowers and nalms. The tcmpmaiy altn will be at the west end of the room nnd the bride-to-be will meet the Presl dent at the foot of the stall wav on the north side of the building M s Gait. It Is understood, will be nlllre-1 In n traveling gown, and will carrv bouquet of orchids, hei fnvoilte Ho ei wnlch will be presented to her h the President The wedding ling a plain gold chcle' will hear Hie Inscilptlnn " VV i: II 1 llec IK 1111, the liiitia "P. 11 n ' standing ro" IMlth Hnllln Gal' The h-i le ' I I be attended b her si'tir Miss lie tna ltoMw The date ot the wl tiding Is understood to have been llxed after the Presldtu; learned that Congress would probaK?