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New York Times (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, New York, New York A pop a a a a a or or1 \ Yuji ��11 or. A or re a the new Towt times Wei wednesday May 15, 1912.the times a daily transatlantic mrs. Reid presents at first May court mrs. Elmer Black and mrs. Charles Hellier among the americans attending. Gorgeous brocade gowns French wireless plans. Coat of mall skirt worn by the wife of a South african millionaire a startling toilet. Special Cable to the new York times. London May 14.�?for the firs time this year mrs. Whitelaw Reid herself is presenting her country women who Are paying their Devoirs at the court of St. James a. On both previous occasions mrs. Reid was indisposed and her duties devolved upon the wife of count Benckendorff. Like so Many of those who Are constantly attending court mrs. E supplies herself with a considerable Choice of court gowns and trains and Seldom decides until the last moment which she intends to Wear. Among those whom mrs. Reid presented to night were mrs. Elmer Black mrs. Charles e. Hellier and daughter Mary Louise Hellier and miss Isabel Mclaughlin. Mrs. Blacks Toilette was of White Duchesse Satin veiled with an Over dress of tulle embroidered in Rose Diamante and Silver. The Square Cut bodice was gracefully draped in venetian lace and the front panel was richly embroidered with real Turquoise and diamonds this note of Blue being repeated in the Satin train which was government regards approaching conference As of great importance. Special Cable to the new York times. London wednesday May 15.�?the times a Paris correspondent says under yesterdays Date a a at to Days ministerial Council under the presidency of president failures the minister for the colonies m. Lebrun submitted a draft of proposals for the creation of an International system of wireless telegraphy. The proposals will be examined by the various interested ministries in particular by the War Marine and Public works departments. They Are presumably designed for consideration by the second International wireless conference which assembles in London on june 4. A a France will be represented by six delegates each of whom will have a deliberative vote. The principal French Delegate will represent the Mother country and the remaining five delegates will represent respectively French indo China French West Africa French equatorial Africa Madagascar and Tunis. A a the importance which the French government attaches to the colonial interests of France As regards wireless telegraphy is marked not Only by this special representation of French colonies at the conference but also by the fact that it was the minister of the colonies who drafted the French proposals which will be submitted in gayest of seasons Nosy on in London ask general 2-cent rate. Over 4,000 passengers from America arrive in England on five liners weather Ideal. Dozens of dances nightly Many at the great hotels Many americans rent up River House for the 8eason. Panama Row in new Light. Government denies reports of political fights and ill treatment. Ramon Garcia de Paredes Consul. General of Panama gave out yesterday his i governments version of the election trouble that took place sunday at Panama. His information came from the Panama legation at Washington in the embroidered in various shades of Blue and Silver in a design copied from an old French gown. A diff Hond Tiara necklace and other ornaments completed the Toilette. Miss Mclaughlin a dress was of White Chiffon and Satin and had a Corsage of old Point lace which was also used As trimming on the Satin and Silver brocade Manteau de Cour. Her Only jewels were pearls. Some other interesting attendants at first of May courts were lady form of a dispatch received from the this Barrymore who presented her 17-year Panama Secretary of foreign relations dated May 13, and Reading a a the resignation of George Boyd was caused by his brother being removed As Consul general at Hamburg. It has no relation to politics and the government has not accepted it. A it is not True that there has been a conflict Between the police and the opposition. A a events occurred thus the election registration Board worked yesterday at the municipal Palace. In order to prevent disorders both parties agreed that citizens should enter two by two to be registered and police watched that no greater number entered at a time. As this was not convenient to the followers of or. A a. _ Cmith. Not convenient. In me Iuliu a Cia Jyl old daughter the Hon. Dorothy a Mit Perras the candidate of the opposition genre Keppel with her party for the presidency vegas the Sec Reorg i rotary of the municipal Council who has no business with the election Board Barry mrs daughter Violet Keppel lady Crewe lady Suffolk who was presenting her Bister mrs. Colin Campbell mrs. John Ward miss Sybil Sassoon Only daughter of sir Edward Sassoon and mrs. Lulu Harcourt. Lady Suffolk a dress of Gold brocade embroidered in White and Nattier blu9 diamonds was made with the severe opened a Back door to let in his friends who had been already registered and to Embarrass the registration of partisans of Gen. Pedro a Diaz candidate of the patriotic Union. A a be Jas a arrest was ordered by the police then the president of the Board left his chair and endeavoured to prevent the arrest of vegas but As this was nevertheless carried out Justiniani who is president of the electoral Board went to the police station using discourteous Lan for which Misdemeanour he was simplicity that is absolutely necessary Fig of Restell when a gown is formed of such Rich j the same happened to Alberto Boyd when a town son of the vice president of the Republic and gorgeous brocade As is the Ogutu <4 a absolute in untrue that there has this year the court train of Royal been any Fht or ill treatment whats of Royal �1th tissue Ever. The municipal electoral registry purple velvet was lined v Ith Goia tissue boar it i is had no sessions on two consecutive sundays. To is their purpose and embroidered across the top in Dia Mante caught on either shoulder with Diamante tassels. The Dregs worn by her sister mrs. Campbell was of even greater elaboration. The dress itself was of the palest mauve Satin worked on Gold tissue richly brocaded in Bright Gold and embroidered with Diamante in a design of Canterbury Bells. Two Large Louis Xiv. Diamante bows held the train to either shoulder the material composing the train being of Pansy coloured velour embroidered in Diamante in a deep Peak like design which was interspersed with medallions outlined in Diamante the Pansy velvet centres giving the effect of eyes on a peacocks Tail. A very Beautiful gown was worn by lady Barrymore whose dress entirely of Gold lace was completed by a train of old lace mounted on Gold tissue. Her Debutante daughter who is somewhat Petite with pretty red Gold hair appeared in the regulation White latin embroidered in Silver roses the train of White Satin being veiled with tulle. Mrs. Adair who recently returned to her House in Curzon Street was unable to be present at the Ball her sister lady Barrymore gave for miss Smith barrys do but being Laid up with a cold caught on the return journey. Mrs. John Ward chose the softest Nattier Blue Satin made in Empire style and embroidered with Diamante and draped with old lace while her Manteau de Cour was of mauve Satin with skimped velvet design embroidered in Diamante. Mrs. Harcourt a Toilette of Blue and Silver Woven brocade was trimmed with handsome Silver lace showered with Diamante embroidery. She had a train of Blue Chiffon velvet with an embroidered Border of trails of Ivy leaves in Silver and Diamante lined with shot Blue and Silver tissue. In coat of mail skirt. One remarkable gown worthy of mention owing to its unique design was w Orn by mrs. Rube. The skirt was a Beautiful hand Mado coat of mail in gunmetal shades of Fine beads. The bodice was embroidered in a design of wings in Black Gray and White Diamante while the train of Rich Black velours de Lyons was also embroidered with a design of plumes in shades of deep Gray. Another South african millionaires wife attending this first May court was lady Bailey no a Westenra daughter of lord and lady Rossmore who last autumn married sir Abe Bailey. To prevent the registration of Diazo a partisans. _ a a a a the followers of or. Porras Are causing disturbances All Over the Republic. Last night they wounded several men at Chitre Horacio Burgos being mortally injured. The government maintains order. By Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. London May 14.�?Over 4,000 passengers from America arrived on five steamships reaching England to Day. Many of them came to London the result being that accommodation to night at the principal hotels is at a Premium. The Lusitania with 1,626 passengers headed the list the rest of the passengers being brought by the Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse the Victoria Luise the Minnetonka and the Finland. The weather Here for weeks past has been magnificent and the Parks in the West end Are now at their Best. Almost everybody in the world of society has come to town in the past fortnight. There is to More certain gauge of society a ebb and flow than the fashionable restaurants provide. At luncheon to Day hotels such As the Ritz the Carlton and the amp Avoy were so full that it was found necessary to place scores of tables in corridors and anteroom. Everywhere one heard americans discussing politics pleasure and business. At the theatres and music Halls notwithstanding the fact that they Are More numerous than Ever business is booming and altogether As a pleasure City the London of 1912 is a distinct improvement on previous years. The bookings at the hotels Are enormous. All the Best rooms have been taken for june and july. So far As indoor Gayety is concerned it is Only necessary to take a stroll through the West end after dinner to realize that the gayest of May seasons is approaching its High water Mark. Dozens of dances Are Given nightly an increasing proportion of them being at the great hotels. Many wealthy americans have rented houses up the River for the season and Henley and Ascot the great open air events of the year Promise to be exceptionally Brilliant. After her cancelled voyage owing to the recent strike the Olympio will sail to Morrow with a fairly Large passenger list including h. B. Alexander or. And mrs. Sellars Bancroft or. And mrs. E. C. Bodman countess caste Menardo mrs. Cecil Chaplin or. And mrs. John Corbin miss Margaret Evarts or. And mrs. Samuel Hurlburt or. And mrs. Warner Leeds a. S. Manders or. And mrs. G. N. Orr j. W. Peck or. And mrs. W. H. Post and or. And mrs. L. S. Waring. Germans complain of present postal arrangement with us. I by Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. Berlin May 14��? two Hundred and i fifty leading commercial organizations have petitioned the Reich Stag to urge the German government to do away with the restricted two cent postage Between Germany and the United states and introduce a Universal rate such As applies to Anglo american letters. The petition sets Forth that the present system of forwarding for 2 cents Only such letters As Are carried aboard direct German steamers results in much delay and consequent great loss to the German american business world. It is asserted that America is to blame for limiting the two cent rate to its present inadequate form. The american government is said to have pointed out that expense would be involved in forwarding two cent letters to Germany by English and French steamers. The petitioners think that both the German and United states governments can afford to be generous in the matter whether the application of the rate to All letters involves extra Cost or not. Americans chronic postal deficit is said to have decreased while the German postal surplus is the largest on record. Treasure lost on titanic. Earthquake in West indies. Shock in Antigua severe and prolonged also Felt elsewhere. St. Thomas d. W. I., May 14�?a severe and prolonged earthquake occurred at Antigua this morning. There was a prolonged Shock at St. Kitts and a slight Shock was Felt in Guadeloupe. No Damase has been reported. Mason was killed just after Success him his first Opportunity to taste the sensation of flying. Capt. Meyer a son of sex judge Meyer a Well known american resident of London is much grieved Over his friends death. He says or. Mason. Gjalt a warned time and time again about taking such risks. Capt. Meyer had concluded arrangements to Ether with Willlam Phillips Secre. Cyclone razes villages. For placing a $10,000,000 Bond Issue in Europe. Body to be brought Home american victim of aviation Accident in England regretted by Many friends there. By Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. London May 14.�?the news of the tragic death in an aviation Accident at Brooklands yesterday of Victor l. Mason caused consternation when it became known among his Many friends to Day. He had just arrived at Success in important financial negotiations undertaken by him on behalf of a group of new York capitalists including it is understood Harry Content and Coleman Dupont. Or. Masons business Here was connected with a $10,000,000 Issue of Bonds of the South Atlantic Western Railroad. After four months hard tary of the american embassy is arranging or. Masons affairs Here and for the shipment of the body to America. Great sympathy is Felt for mrs. Mason and her family. Special to the new York . Passaic n. J., May 14.-although attempts were made by Cable to Day to have the body of Victor Louis Mason shipped for America to Morrow it is almost certain that the body will not leave England before saturday owing chiefly to red tape in connection with the inquest. This Means that the funeral will be held from the Mason Home about May 28. No arrangements have yet been made for the funeral. Many persons in Transylvania killed a hundreds of houses destroyed. Budapest May 14. number of villages including Balvan Jos is Raja and others in Transylvania were practically razed to the ground and Many of the inhabitants were killed or injured by a Cyclone which swept Over the District last evening. Out of 350 houses 330 were reduced to ruins. Four bodies have thus far been taken from the do Bris and the number of those seriously injured is very Large. Other villages including Csaba Ufa la and Latonya were also greatly damaged by the storm. Count Bethlen the governor of the province has ordered All the troops Sta a. Toned in the District to assist the in Salvage work. Men Flower show for children lord dives to save Man. London policeman joins in Rescue attempt that store Hyde Park. By Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. London May 14.�?lord Dunsany and policeman Coates figured in a dramatic episode in Hyde Park yesterday. A Man rowing on the Serpent a in came in collision with another Skiff and both boats were overturned. The occupants were struggling in deep a i ter when a Boatman went to the Rescue fragment of autobiography by Stev Enson belonged to or. Widener. By Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. London May 14.�?lovers of Robert Louis Stevenson will be interested in a statement by Edmund Gosse who writes to the Globe concerning a fragment of autobiography by Stevenson still unpublished. It was written in California at the close of 1879 and was composed says or. Gosse with extra care in Stevenson a freshest and finest manner. He adds 41 its owner or. Harry Widener a Young Man of singular Promise and Charm and High literary cultivation was one of those who went Down in the titanic. Many of his treasures were with him and i fear that the Stevenson manuscript was among work he had concluded the arrange i and picked up one. Policeman Coates ments for placing the Issue in England land lord Dunsany jumped in swam to and France. It is believed that his the spot where the other Man had gone death will not interfere with the ultimate Success of the Deal although naturally the negotiations will be some what complicated. On Jan. 5 or. Mason arrived in London on his second visit. He had been Down and repeatedly dived but failed to recover the body. They Only gave up when in a state of utter exhaustion. When they returned to the Bank the Royal humane society a agent was collecting evidence. He was told by lord a Here in company with John Callan Dunsany that the policeman was o Loughlin a Washington newspaper i Fine swimmer and a. Great hero the our present to Germany. Spawn for 50,000 american Rainbow Trout sent to Hamburg. By Marconi transatlantic wireless Telegraph to the new York times. Berlin May 14.�?the United states government has presented to the Central German fisheries administration at Hamburg spawn for 50,000 of the famous american Rainbow Trout. The spawn will be distributed among Twenty German Trout fishing stations where the native Breed of Rainbow Trout has recently revealed signs of dying out. London May 14.�?the King and Queen held the fourth court of the season at Buckingham Palace to night. Mrs. Reid wife of the american ambassador presented mrs. Edward s. Ken a daughter of Richard c. Kerens the american ambassador to Austria Hungary mrs. C. E. Hellier and miss Mary Louise Hellier of Boston miss Isabel Mclaughlin of Michigan and mrs. Elmer e. Black of new York. Notes of foreign affairs. Brussels. May 14.�?dr. Roque Saenz Pena president of the Argentine Republic has decided to spend six months in Brussels and Paris. He will during that time undergo medical examination by a number of specialists according to the Petit Bleu. Lima Peru May 14.�?charles Lyon Chandler United states vice Consul at Callao sails today for Panama and new Tork. Man a year previously. He had endeared himself to All who came into Contact with him. He was keenly interested in Public affairs and often when the new York times correspondent spent half an hour in his company would discuss american politics National and municipal. He was especially interested in new Jersey and in his Home town Passaic. Probably the Man he most often spoke of in glowing terms is his Friend Frank Hitchcock the postmaster general who he said More than once might be a dark horse for the Republican presidential nomination. Or. Mason was a thorough sportsman and in the weary Waits incident to his financial negotiations in London frequently visited Brooklands to watch the motor racing and flying in which he took the keenest interest. He was often seen occupying a seat on a racing motor and spinning around the Brooklands track at a Speed of anything up to 100 Miles an hour. On easter sunday after he had lunched with sir Ernest Shackleton and capt. F. R. Meyer the latter of Constable on his Side said of lord Dunsany a a i done to know who the other Chap is but he is a Fine commonest blooms unfamiliar to most of the Little school Folk. Several thousand children visited the Flower show which opened yesterday in Public Square 8, 29 King Street in the heart of the italian District. The show is Given by the science committee of the Normal College the Public education association and the new York fruit and Flower Guild. It will continue to Day. Hothouse blooms from estates outside new York fruit blossoms and Flowers of every variety Are on exhibition. A number of these were sent by individuals among them being Samuel Unter myer j. Pierpont Morgan mrs. A. F. Constable mrs. R. Fulton cutting mrs. John Crosby Brown and miss Mary Bryce. Crates and boxes of Flowers were also donated by the Normal College the education association the Flower Guild Park commissioner Stover and the Bronx zoological Park. The Flower shows were started by mrs. John i. Northrup in the Normal College thirteen years ago As an Aid to teachers of science. Even the commonest varieties of Flowers were unfamiliar to most of the children who saw the show yesterday. In a class of fifty five one of the Scholl principals said Only a single child knew a Clover Blossom while most of them called fruit blossoms roses and Many mistook ferns for soup greens. Ask funds for sane fourth to show German Art Here. Hagen museum prepares an exposition of craftsmen a work. Hagen Prussia May 14.�?the German museum Here has prepared an exposition of Industrial Art to be exhibited in the course of the summer in new York Pittsburgh Detroit St. Louis Chicago and Indianapolis. The exposition includes architecture textiles ceramics and leather work. The Arcadian re floated. Mayors committee wants Public to give $50,000. The fourth of july committee appointed by mayor Gaynor to arrange for a Safe and sane fourth in new York has issued an Appeal for funds. Herman Ridder president of the committee has sent out this personal and general Appeal for subscriptions mayor Gaynord a fourth of july committee of which i have again been made president needs $100,000 this year to carry out its plans for 400 local fourth of july celebrations in new York City. Half of this amount we Hope will be appropriated by the Board of aldermen. Fifty thousand dollars must braised by popular subscription. Contributions liner is undamaged and continues her voyage to England. Cartagena May 14.�?the Royal mail steamship Arcadian which went ashore near Here on May 9, was re floated to Day. The vessel has not suffered any damage. She was floated by the wrecking Steamer Premier. The Arcadian continued her voyage to England to Day. The Premier is now engaged in trying from $1,000 to $1 Are Welcome. Will you not Send your Check to Isaac n. Seligman treasurer 1 William Street new York acknowledgement will be made in the Dally newspapers. To float off the United fruit company s whom was or. Masons partner in the \ Steamer i Tapan. Financial negotiations All three went to belgian parliament dissolved. Brussels May 14.�?the, chamber of representatives was dissolved to Day by Royal decree and a general election was convoked for june 2. It is expected that the liberals will Combine with the socialists against the a amp rivals and the fight promises to be a very bitter me. The chief demand of the liberals and socialists is for unrestricted general suffrage and obligatory education. Brooklands to see the flying and after much solicitation sir Ernest introduced or. Mason to one of the aviators with the result that or. Mason made a trip in a biplane. Sir Ernest feels or. Masons death keenly As he thinks in a Way he is responsible through giving our new 49th Street store Only a special Sale of Spring overcoats at $21-50 formerly $40, $35 and $30 this seasons most stylish models and fabrics and As a matter of fact next seasons too fancy mixtures Tan and Gray Covert cloths and Blue and Brown belted Back Coats with split sleeves and Patch pockets smart Well fitting superbly tailored Coats. Every one an unusual bargain at $21.50. Motor wearable for owners and Drivers. Broadway at 49th Street on Sale at this store Only a better Goode for the same Money or the same goods for less Money than in thebe store two Mammoth buildings save 4.00 to 12.50 on your Spring suit or overcoat at la Greenhut six gel Coopers. A a a sides 6���. b.grmnh�tau. A a l9� St a spaniards defeat moors. Battle in hinterland of Mel Lila a natives losses said to be heavy. Madrid May 14, severe Battle Between moors and Spanish troops was fought yesterday near the Heights of a Daja in the hinterland of Melilla according to official advices received from that port to Day. The fighting lasted throughout the Day and resulted in a defeat of e moors who Are said to have lost very Vily. The Spanish casualties were five �?�4 ask Twenty wounded the provident loan society of new York Loans from it to of too upon pledge of personal property. Interest rates one per cent. A per month or fraction thereof. On half per cent. Charged upon Loans repaid within two week trom Date of making. Offices _ Manhattan and Bronx fourth Avenue Cor. 25th Street Eldridge Street Cor. Rivington Street seventh . Bet. 48th and 49th its. Lexington . Cor. 124th Street grand Street Cor. Clinton Street Courtlandt . Cor. 148th Street Brooklyn Graham Avenue Cor. Debevoise so Pitkin Avenue Cor. Rockaway . Newsy notes from our big May sales today a features 7l>f a if p hit n fat a Der Ted to dry goods fancy goods main to Jillis in t no apparel groceries Etc. Women Scoats and wraps values to $50, at.$15 More than 1,200 garments in this distribution. The assortments include every popular cloth and silk material Choice or More than 500 styles. Inexpensive plated table Ware. The annual May Sale offering most attractive Price inducements. Opening displays of menus Straw hats All braids All styles prices Range from $1 to $4. Panamas from $3.45 to $10. Menus Fine summer underwear dispersal of thousands of garments at less than Mill Cost. Women a $3 and $3.50 Low shoes at.$1-65 unusual specials in the worlds greatest grocery. Many clearances of lower priced goods in our bargain basement. Greenhut building devoted to a everything for the Home a giant distribution of Low priced dinner China English porcelain table Ware toilet sets and table Glass. An immense distribution of Roomy porch rockers. Big Purchase and Sale of Marie Antoinette lace curtains. Genuine imported Brown and White fireproof cooking Ware. Hundreds of refrigerators at reduced prices. Window and door screens at unusual economies. Oil and Gas cooking stoves reduced in Price. The bargain basement features Enumerable Odd lots of lower priced goods at remarkably Low Selling figures.1 $35,000 to Charity $30,000 of this sum is for charitable institutions and churches the remaining $5,000 is to be donated to worthy families and individuals. Visuals. Full particulars at voting Booths main building oni fourth floor or at information desk main floor. Also m Greenhut building at information desk main floor. Oday is the fifth Day of the most successful Sale of Fine clothes we have Ever had. And we appreciate being appreciated for it is Good to know that our occasional announcement of savings for you Are taken in the sincere spirit in Many hundreds of Well dressed men have already taken advantage of these wonderful prices. First came our old customers who know our clothes Well and who eagerly watch for these opportunities. Second and in Ever increasing numbers come new faces. A and never have pne of these strangers left without a suit or coat and a Happy smile friends for life. Such tailoring done in our personally owned Plant such exclusiveness of Cut and Model such advanced styles and such fabrics but read of these below. Which they Are written. Here Are the Worth while offerings Spring suits values amp overcoats 22.s0 22.50 amp 25.00 18.50 suits of rarely Beautiful worsted soft velours and Cassimeris handsome French spun Fine Serges. In overcoats Blacks oxfords Cool Natty new Browns Grays and unusual English effects nearly All silk lined. Spring suits values amp overcoats 27.50 amp 30.00 suits of unusual and distinctive worsted Saxony Cassimeris and Rich velours Blue Serges of English weave Staple Grays. All the newest Browns blues Heather and silk mixtures. Advanced models. The overcoats include Many foreign fabrics for business and Outing Wear. Unusual Spring values suits amp Coats 32.50 to 40.00 suits of heat hers Grays blues and silk mixtures each style distinctive and Many exclusive imported English Coats 27.50 rain proofs Chester Fields and Raglan of rare and striking fabrics Many handmade tailored by London and Leeds Cleverest crafts men on which former prices ranged from 35.00 to 50.00. Otra nearly 1,200 Spring suits amp Coats values 20.00 amp 22.50, 15.50 High Grade worsted velours tweeds and English weave Blue Serges. Also Many broken Sizek reduced from much higher than indicated prices. All models English fifth Avenue and College styles for men Young men and boys. Overcoats include Blacks oxfords smart Cool Grays tans and olives. Press and business models. Motor clothes for owners and chauffeurs Smith Gray amp co. Two Brooklyn stores Fulton St. At Flatbush a a. Broadway at Bedford a. Two new York stores Broadway at Warren St. Serosa from City Hall. 5th av., bet. 27 the amp 28th its. Double Green trading Stamps before 12 of clock i

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