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RICHMOND, IND., TUESDAY EVENING. NOV. 23. 1913
VOL. XXXIX. No. 13
HAVE A LOOK, GOOD FELLOWS!
NATURAL GAS FLOWS PROGRESSIVES FLOCK
THROUGH CITY MUSI TO STATE MEETING
WHITE HOUSE BRIDE
BECOMES WIFE OF
FRANCIS B. SAYRE
WILL OPEN TONIGHT
LCYV WILL BRING
THEM A SfcNTA
SCME MEN WILL
CtVE THErSLLVFS NICE
BRIGHT HW-CES POK
CHRI5TMAS AT INDIANAPOLIS
Supply Turned on at Noon:
Amid Approval and j
FEW LEAKS ARE FOUND
Cards Placed in Homes,
Reading "Prayer Meetin
100 Hull Moosers Ixave Rich
mond to Attend All-Day
Pastor Uses Modern Marri
age Rite of Presbyter
PREPARE FOR REVIVAL
CEREMONY IS SIMPLE
Historic East Room Crowded
With Diplomats and
Bridesmaids Miss Kleanor Ran
dolph Wilson, sis.ier of tile bride;
Miss Mary G. White, of Baltimore;
Miss Adeline .Mitchell Scott, of
Princeton, and Miss Marjorle Brown
of Atlanta, Ga.
I'shors Benjamin B. Burton, of
Vw York; Ur, riooville Clarke, of
Sab-mii, Miiss.; Ir. Gilbert Korux,
of Montolair, N. J., and Charles K
Hughes, Jr., or Washington, I). C,
and Ni-iv York.
Oiiiciatiug Clergyman Tho Uv.
Sylvester W. Beach, of Princeton.
City Divided Into Twenty
five Districts, and Each
niond from Dec.
for the Union
to be held in
2S to Feb. 1.
the leadership of Kvangelist I. K. Hon
eywell, a series of cottage prayer
meetings throughout the city will start
The citv has been divided into twen-
! ty-five districts, in each of which there :
will be appointed two or more over- t
. seers wlio will have charge of the en- ;
: tire arrangenicnts for the jirayer meet- j
I ings in their district. They will f-ecurt ;
! places and leaders! for the meeting :
'and will set in touch with the people
; of their district in an effort to solicit;
: their interest and help. Tuesday and :
Friday evenings, of each week, at 7. 1!''
' o'clock, tmtil the beginning of the '
; evangelistic services have been set .
! apart for the time of these prayer j
meetinKS. Cards bearing the words, i
i "Prayer Meeting Hh'p Tonight" will
be seen in the windows of the homes
where, from time to time, the prayer I
in . aica m
S5.00 Deposit Rule Still Wor-! NOTABLES TO SPEAK
lies Minds of Hoard
Good Fellows. The Palladium this year a
vour attention and n ed Christmas cheer. I he
from charitable orgn nizut ions of the city, am
The Klks h;ve anaoi:v el the
-. t i i t ;Tii :.!'. eM'.eeted tO
vears. and responded nobly. It is safe to say that the
. ,;.e tl!
-Jolu X. McCutcboo
of the worthy poor that
names of persons er.'it'ed
that only meritorious oaes
s was turned off ard
gas was turned into
ie K.ohmond Light,
Kits nerviee as ac--ut
any confusion but
rouble shooters"' w er
program they wil
fall in line ('iood
distributing aid 'o the poor this rear.
Kionnieud have heard the call in previous
vear will fare as well from Richmond Good
RALSTON TO SPEND
WASHINGTON'. Nov. 25. In the
presence of a brilliant assemblage of;
distinguished guests. Miss Jessie Wood-j
row Wilson, second daughter of pres- j
ident. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, and
1-raneis Bowes Savre were married in ,
the famous olf I F.ast Boom of the; meetings will he
white house today. In order that there
II was a ceremony of pronounced in arrangements and
Biinidicitv. Miss Wilson, leaning on ' the secretary of tin
the arm of her falber, and attencbd by
her maids, entered the Fast Room
from the main apartment or the white
house. On n diiis erected berore the
altar near the east window, Francis
Howes Sayre, his attendants and the
Rev. Sylvester W Beach, pastor of the
Governor and Sec. Johnson
to Be Guests At Club
places where the
held, the overseers
will co-operate and
be made responsib
be no confusion
in reporting to
meetings will be
in each district
one of them will
le for performing
Final arrangements for the
merclal club banquet to be ht
night in the Masonic temple
been completed. Word was
this morning that Governor
Rebels Meet Federals
in Bloodiest Battle of
Revolution in Mexico EBZB
miiring a cash ilfposi
An.l conflicting ohorus
an '. leisure or the m.v
eiics.t rule" a' tioo:. today
t eu :..: ::: a!
' ti;e mains ot t
Heat and Power
! The change in
coin (il'.hed wit
t hi atternoon
: Kept busv r-sp.mdint to calls to home
where d'PTi'MiIty had been experienced
adjusting the burners in ranpea and
w at.-r heaters.
Th.e full pre?ure of the natural ai
(was not turned into the mams, the
j eame pressure a normal for artificial
gas bi used "O the householders
would not have too much trouble.
I Many Take Service.
I Manager Wharton of the lacht. Heat
! VC- Pow.-r company said that about
i two-thirds of the users of artificial gas
! had contracted for natural gae The
who have declined
service are in a
State Officers and National
Leaders Address Big
this duty promptly and regularly. The
secretary of the committee. Rev. ('.
Ravmond Isley, llll Northwest Third
Presbyteria n church, Princeton. N. J . i street. e- ec ts the reyiorls of places
awaited the arrival of the bridal party, j giving the street number to be made
Despite the failure of the diplomats
to appear in court, dress, the Fast
Room presented a magnificent picture.
Velvet and plush cords roped off the
room into sections and formed an
siisle along which the bridal party pro
reeded to the altar. None of the
guests was seated.
Only Six Hundred Guests.
Invitations were handled in a way
typical of President Wilson. Wash
ington residential society which re
ceived great recognition at the hands
of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, was
almost totally ignored. The reason
Riven for this was the fact that Miss
"Wilson and the members of her fam
ily have not been in Washington long
enough to become extensively ac
quainted. Besides the diplomatic
corps, some of the leading members
of the senate and house, the members
of the president's cabinet, the mem- j
hers of the supreme court and a few
department and bureau heads, almost !
all the guests were personal friends,
of the Wilson and Sayre families. !
The wedding presents, valued at j
mora than $luc..P00, were distributed,
through the spare rooms or the white)
house, but were kept under the keen 1
and watchful eyes of a score of se
cret service men.
Bridal Party Enters.
In the bridal party as Miss Wilson
entered the room, besides President
Wilson, were Miss Margaret Wilson,
eldest daughter of Ihe President, who
was maid-of-honor for her sister: Miss
Fleanor Bamlolldi Wilson. voungest !
member of the presidential family, and
several girlhood triem's of the bride
1'.: him at, least twenty-lour hours be
fore the time for the meetings, that
proper announcement may be made.
Due to the fact that appointment of
overseers in several districts has riot
been completed, and the plan of re
porting to the secretary iiol in perfect
operation, the list of places for prayer
meetings tonight, as reported to the
secretary, is small.
The places reported for tonight's
Mrs. Louise Drifmeyer, 229 South
Mrs. Rebecca Dulin. 215 North
! Twelfth street.
j Mrs. John Duke. -Ill Lincoln street,
i Mr. Frank W. Stevens, 111 South
! Sixteenth street.
1 In Fairview a series of evening
i meetings are being held in the Third
i M. F. church and the cottage prayer
I meetings will not begin in that dis
trict until the close ol those met tings.
In the district including Liberty
Avenue where there are several aged
people who are interested, the prayer
meetings will he held Tuesday and
F r i d a y afternoons.
The people of the city are invited
to these cottage prayer meetings.
recei vud j
Ra lston. i
inied by his private secretary.!
B B. Johnson, would leave lmiianapo- ,
lis for Richmond at :!:4ti o'clock, ar- j
riving in this city at 4:4a o'clock. j
The governor will be met at tho.
station by a reception committee;
headed by" Pettis Reed. He will spend
the night at the Wcstcott hotel, iv-i
turning to Indianapolis early Wednes- ;
day morning. !
L. D. Fpson. director of the bureau'
of municipal research, of Dayton, )., I
has been added to the toast list. Dr. j
Fpson is an expert in municipal af-
fairs and can be counted upon to j
say something interesting concerning I
needed improvements in Richmond.
The banquet this evening begins ar
C:30 o'clock sharp.
Villa Administers Crushing
Blow to Federals in All Day
Battle "We Will Extermi
nate Federals," Reports
Victor of Juarez.
track, where they could find shelter fn
the huge concrete stadium, but were
Nearly ore hundred ProcraMT
from Richmond ai:d Vyn couutr
towns left tin? morr.ini; for Indiana?
o''s to attend the state meeting of th
Propressn e part-
There- has been talk of another
sfat rally of Bull Moose som tim
after the f.rst of ta rear, and a
boosters" orirar.lzatioa formed at
th Pennsylvania station this morn
ing to makf aa effort to have this
mit'tic held in Richmond
Il was argued that even though th
city was not centrally located. Rich
inond was entitled to have this raei
lr.p because it was the stronghold of
the Progressive party in Indiana, and
consequently was dsrvlnK of such
nst the rule re-1 recognition from the party
posit or guarantee , Some Who Made Trto.
Among those who left on th S:4(
for bills contracted for
Monv landlords have refused abso
lutely to sign guarantees for their ' o'clock train thin forenoon wer Kd
j tenants, although today one man who Marlatt, Charles Potter. R. L. Mor.
1 probably rents as many houses as any : Abrrt chamness. Jesse Bailey. W. J
lamilOIU ill lllf o... ;,,.,. T, ,-),-... UK... k r.
DlllS OI iniriv Ol lilt, n-lltniia.
F.L PASO. Tex
iest. battle of th
is raging arouni;
IN BIBLE CLASSES
Secretary Herbert Pettiiohn. of the
Itnvs' IVnartTnont of the Y. M. ('. A..
leports that the total attendance of
j the Bible cLisse for last week was
a gain of 3 Oover the correspond
ing week last year. This is the largest
i attendance of the Bible classes since
the departni-nt was inaucuratd.
' At notieenbh- increase in pew mem
bers was made by the Bible classes. It
is predicted th'U he attendance for
' ihe month of November will exceed 1.
duo, which will be the largest month
; in the m.-tory of the association.
and at a
Rebel Fighter and Slain Officer
-elected as bridt
son at Gonch
M - s Adeline
ol" Prof. Wil-
who had been
Miss Mary G. Wh:'
was a. chum of Miss Wii
er College. B-.iltimore:
Mitchell Scott, d-mghtet'
II am B. Scott, of Princeton university,
was a girlhood friend of the bride, and
Miss' Marjorie Brown, daughter of Col.
F. T. Brown of Atlanta. Ga.. is a sec
ond cousin of Miss Wilson's on the
That Miss Wilson would share the
adv antage of the 'new freedom" in her
marriage, .".ml would not nromise to
"obey," was shown when the officiat
ing clergyman, the Rev. Sylvester W.
Reach, used the modern wording of
the service from the Presbyterian book
of Common Worship. It follows:
"Jessie, wilt thou hae this man to
be thy husband, and wilt thou nledge
thy troth to him in all love and honor.
In fill duty and service, in all faith and
tenderness, to live with him and cher
ish him, according to the ordinance of
God. in the Holv bond of marriage?"
' 1. Jessie, take thee. Francis, to be
my wedded husbund: ami 1 do promise
and covenant, before Cod and these
witnesses, to be thy loving and faith
ful wife, in plenty and in want, in joy
and sorrow, in sickness and in health,
as long us we both shall live."
The attendants of the groom were
chosen from amonp friends he made
nt college and in philanthropic work.
Dr. WHfred T Grenfell. the best. man.
f;moi!s explorer and philanthropist, of
the Grenfell Mi-s'on. Labrador, met
Mr Sii.vre when, the latter on his va
cation visited th-' I ,a bra dor coast and
aided Dr. Grenfell in his missionary
work. The Rev ylv.'s-er W Beach,
who performed the ceremor.v. is a per
soe.il friends of th.e President, who.
vh le connected with Princeton uni
versity attended the Rev. Beach's
Ushers Who Officiated.
The ushers were.
Benjamin B Burton, of New York
Citv. an alumnus of Willias College.
1SH:i; Dr. Seoville Clark, of Salem.
Mass.. who Mr. Sayre knew and work
ed with in IvabradoT: Dr. Gilbert Ho
rar. of Montcla'.r. N". J.. who attended
Williams College with Mr. Sayre. in
P'rtih and Charles Evans Hughes. ,Tr..
son of Associate Justice Hughes of the
Among the principal representatives
of Washington residential society who
Tf i "V
a y . 4ffi
isrjnjt a f irrvci vvavi. .tw-j w.
Nov. 2. The blood
Ciudad Juarez, just
across the Rio (Jrands from this city.
In a conflict, which began late yester
day afternoon and lasted until 11
o'clock last night, the Constitutional
ist army commanded by Gen. Fran
cisco Villa, administered a crushing
defeat to Federal forces commanded by
Gen. Salvador Mercado,
Tolock this morning
The rebel troops marched in
-trcngth against the position where
;Ih Federals had entrenched them
selves after last nigh'.'s defeat.
"We will exterminate the Federals."
was the message which (Jen. Villa s-nt
:o Col. Madina's headquatters in .lua--ez
:.s the firing became ufie ral along
ihe entire line ar daybreak.
Gen. Paseual Oroxco. v. ho had tried
unsuccessfully to turn the rebel Wt
during the night, ordered his men to
advance wh-n the battle was renewed.
Th- Federal- swept into th.e teeth of
a galling fire and att
Makes Last Stand to Maintain Pres
tige Before World.
MFX1CO CITY, Nov. 25. -General
Huerta is making a desperate final at
t(.n.,t t,, chant' the attitude of the
oreign powers toward Mexico by
severest campaign waged
rebels since the Madeiu
Realizing that the wor
lion must he hastened If the govern
mont expects any foreign support.
General Huerta sent orders to all Fed
eral commanders to strike hard at the
insurrection, and, if necessary, to car
ry on a campaign of extermination.
; " Kven close friends of the dictator
have counseled within the last forty
eieht hours that if the Huerta govern-
ment is to stay in power ana me po
son. Herbert Farmer. George McKln
ley, Ben Parsons, Harry Hodgin, T.
F. Swain. Theodore Gist. Roy Ftt.
R G. Leeds, Kdwnrd Harris. Howard
Brooks. Park Gipe, Lucius Harrison.
Levi Peacock. Will Reller, NV. A. Hond
and Will Watson.
Another large defegation left on th
10:20 train this morning, including
several Williamsburg and Fountain
Citv people. People hoarded trains
M.rid Th.it he is making every
in his power to restore peace
VICTOR ES I
said in the letter he sent to tne com
panv that he thought the company
was justified in the action it had taken
to protect itself, and that he thought
it was no more than fair to his ten- j
ants to guarantee their hills. j
No further negotiations have been j
entered into by the city and the com-'
pany concerning the interpretation of
the "deposit rule." and it appeared
' .... ii-ej...l, - 1
-k nf Kidlica- slmmorPl,,ULi"w ;at Centerville and Cambridge City.
(June a rew made tne trip on eany tn
Tonsr Will Preside.
Edwafd C. Toner, editor and pub
lisher of the Anderson Herald, pre
sided at the first public meeting, be
ginning at 1 o'clock in the Progres
sive club assembly room Raymond
Robbins. chairman of the Illinois state
Progressive committee, spoke. Mr.
the reputation of being
ablest oratora in the tiartv
effort the company could, by reference to its j an(1 ne AiA a pn,at Df effective
and to records ot artificial gas patrons ocm- wor), jn jaet year's campaign.
'pile a very complete list or t.nos At the same time tn Progressive
nnnv and tne citv wouiu urn
to reach an understanding on this
question and that it would be appealed
to the state public service commission,
Refers To Old Lists.
One well known business man today
suggested that the company could pro
tect itself from unreliable patrons
without requiring all non-property
fr?r ent" toeet y nclll aid j holding people to make cash deposit j ilob,lus
;ronm abroad iltTerta must show the or file Jntee. J 'one of the ah
ITOteCt UMflMl JU"-. .... . , J ., .).,Kf,e; . J
the command of Huerta, General w nose nmn uwuum... " - imare coramiiire convene n iut- nnic
Health Officer Says Germ
Laden Dust Takes Refuse
Blanquet, war minister. is sending
sternly worded commands to Federal
fiT.cers. telling them no excuses will
he accepted for defeats in the future.
Aii official stated that three thous
and rebels made an unsuccessful at
tack on Mazatlan, the fight lasting
from Saturday until yesterday after
noon. Fhder cover of darkness the
tmoi s. v, ,o were under the command
of General Rives, drove off the rebels.
IN WHITE HOUSE
to post guarantees or de-
headauarters on th tnird floor of
Castle Hall building Following the
committee meeting a conference of
Progressive workers will be held or
the eighth floor of the Claypool h
tel. State Chairman Lee will preie.
acquainted w ith their j and thr w'ill be talks by a nurrjr
! of prominent party leader Finns
for next year's campaign 'will b? dis
cus?ed at both of thet me-tirgs.
Mrs. Funk Will Speak.
Mrs Annette Funk of Chlciro. and
Interpretation on the deposit rule and Frederick Iandis of Loeam port will
will substitute coal for the artificial tpeak at the second public .nesting of
gas which was turned ofT today. the day, to be held at the Progress!
It also appears certain that the 'club at F. o'clock. Lucius B. Swift of
board of works w ill never give its ap- j Indianapolis will preside,
proval of the rule as now enforced, i Four "headllners" ar rm th pro
The board w ill stand pat that th rule I gram for the public mating a S this
as drawn bv Citr Attornev Bond was evening in me i rogressiT rraorrom.
New users of natural gas of whom
the company has no record could be
required to rile guarantees or post de
posits for a stated period until the
it is an assured fact that thr are
many peopl who will stand pat on
their refusal to use natural gas so
i , .-r iw. tV.k ttntt-i r-o m- nVi-iia i t a Tr khic n f
lUllC UK I v tMiinii; ' I" v
.., . . i urii.. ; n.,iv rr-onnt tn i.o anniifi ro such DiH-! Jam A. WoodbuiTi of Indiana
' 1 .. ,.v. i... . y,o miia hv KeTinfnr Tna V. fTfnr
, . , i . i ann inar it was neer iu iuicuuuii ' " - ....... . - - v
in stores without
-ases is a menai
and ma ! e
bb' for niar.y cases of sickness
hem said City Health Officer
protection of show ca
to the h, aitii f chiidr
ter or tne f iarm itim, th rnmn.nv tr anDiv rhisi rule of Minnesota, Everett Colby of New
with nonors trom oou-, - " .,' nv!nin, i Jersey. John T. McCiifTieon of Chi-
i nit. i cago ana itaymona iioddius oi
Enthusiastic social worker. ! ,V-v .- .
e. in n,,mir What action the
i cn sociology.
The thirteenth bride at the White
will take ou this question is problem
atical, but on oni or two occasions it
hats ruled In favor of the public utili
ties tak:ng such action to protect
i Davis, who today instructed Sanitary
' Inspector Young to have a downtown
! store cover candy which was on dis
' ("heap, sticky candies are dumped
! in show w indows and on stands wis h-
out covering of any kind to catch the
I Chiistmas trade. This, according to
! Dr. Davi. maks a lodging place for
I germ laden dust, from the floors and
(streets. Dry bacteria which lodges on
! this candy immediately becomes ac-
tive. he says.
Francis Bowes Sayre. born at South
Bethlehem, Pa.. 28 years ago. rTTI T MOOCf I?li,Ini?T
Graduated from Lawrenceville 1094: I ISL II 31 U USE lVC.1 UXV1
Williams College 1909. Was valedlctor- I Qp EXPENSES FILED j
ian of his class at graduation. i
Richard L. More, treasurer of the
Graduated from Harvard Law School'
in 191?. I
Has been attached to District At
torney's office. New York, ever since.
Likes to hunt big game, and has
spent much time with Dr. Wilfred T.
Grenfell. explorer and philanthropist
and Sayre's best man at the bleak j
Greenfell Mission on the ice-bound,
coasts of Labrador.
Progressive city committee. today
filed his expense report with City
Clt-rk Bencher. He showed tha. a cam-!
paign fund of $-r.0T was raised, bePu;
contributed to by 7.2 p-ople, and that i
the expenses of the campaign amount
ed to i.V'7. The largest single donation j
to the fund was $"'" and the next lax- j
gest was $10.
Senator Clapp i tb acknowledged
leader of the ProRrealT in the sen
ate of the T'tiifed State He waa an
insurgent before the formation of th
new party, and voted against tb
Payne-Aldrlrh tariff bill. Ha Is a pow
erful and convincing pubTlc spakar.
I He Is a warm friend f Mr Bverid
Leader in New Jersey.
Everett Colby led tb New Jeraey
Progressives in this year's gubernato
rial campaign He is a wealthy man
ufacturer and a man of high standing
In his native state.
John T McCntcheon. th fatntras
Chicago cartoonist and an ardent Pro
gressive, wil! illustrate bia talk with
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T, P, II MAKES PLANS1
Ixcal Ix)do;e to Entertain
About 700 Visitors.
Flagship South Atlantic Squadron
To provide the best entertainment I
I ever given the delegates a a T. P A. I
1 convention is the intention of the local
post, which is planning to take care
, of between six and seven hundred vi?-
. itors during the annus! meeting r."t ,
' April. While the date hr?s not he-n
I decided upon, tentative plans are b-
Twentv-six posts, representing as
! many c;ti-s. will b represented by
about 2" deieeates Wives of ce'.e-
gates and vtsif.r.s
pected to swell the
Cede the op'
bv a banquet.
mer.t by member? of
concluding with a ball.
Members of Post C
of delegates will pr
ing of the convention
ession will be followed
a va".:dev-;; er.tertam-
the loea post.
. ... I
DESIRE IS TO SELL
5,000 DRILL TICKETS
Lodges to Give Competition
Drill At Coliseum
that Eimer Lebo.
CASE OF MEASLES
"-. r j
w .- -e tk.---.a.. . .7 IT""' . . -
This photograph, one of th'3 first received iron the scene of the Bat
tle of Juarez, shows three members of General Villa's victorious rebel
army and the body of a Federal officer who sought to escape in the garb
oX a prfvata.
Another case of meases has been
retorted to City Hea'ih Officer Davis.
. Cler Tague. four-year-old. son of Fred
. Tag-ie, 117 Charles street, has theLs-
Record salea of r..ooi tiokets to t?,
grand ball and Iripe drills at the CoB
seum Wednesday evening are looked
forward to by th romtrittee ha
charge from the nr.iform rank K. of P.
The tearr.5 entered for drills, are com-
I ptirig for honors a'.thoi;gh no extra
prize ;j ott'T'-a wn tTi u; &e
paid eQually. Ti e drills will brin at
h o'clock and ronMnu 'or abo'jt an
hour. The Hoor will then he turned
over to the p :M?c and a grand hail
will be held.
FOR INDIANA Lccal rain tonight i4
prefcably Wednesday. Warmer to
r.e L". S. S Rhode Island, which arrived a few days ago at Vera
Mexico, from Hampton Roads, is now the flagship of Admiral Fitch-
picture. taken curing tDe recent target practice at Hampton noaas
fih.ove tie iUiode Ieiaad comics bow on at full speed.
RICHMOND. BY W. E. MOORE.
Unsettled. Probably rain tonlgat or
w4x.s J ay. "VTaraiar.