Dropped In From Accrossed The Water Colonel Gordon
DROPPED IN From Across the Water. Cslaiel Gar.es Heartilf Welrane4 Bj 0ki Frleiii Arriral tNew Ysrk. aewotax, staraTCW cw rax Maw Toax. October S.-Coional Alexander Gordon, of Ha mil ton. Ohio, came la oa th Fuerst Bismarck to-day looking th picture of health and napptntee. Cotooei ordoa went to Kurope last March, and baa a pent tb Intervening month la London, Paris. Carlabad and other gay capitals of th old world. A charming raconteur, philosopher and practical man of business. Colonel Gor don enjoyed hla visttpend cam back bubbling over with in formation, good atories and enthusiasm XaC; .McKinley Having served on McKlnlcy's staff, the good Colonel I aaxlouo to do hla part toward the Ma- Jore election. It to not remarkable that th Colonel's first Question oa arrival . to-day waa: "How goes th battler He feU ia with a big coterie of ou ohio acvntaxs . At the . Imperial, and tbey gave him not ly glad band, but ta mot glowing ac count and prophectes of . Republloan auc- a. Elated with .tba one elded expres sions. Colonel Gordon waxed . eloquent In praise of hi former chief, and propose to go West next week to do hla sher ia the campaign. . 'All Europe is intensely Interested In our election," said Colonel Gordon. "Men who during my former L visits criticised and abused McKinley - ar now singing bis praise. Even In .Europe bl election is con sidered pact ary to, prosperity When Colon! Gordon went to LondotX last spring h took nck k him his beautiful daughter, Mias Lillian, but aha did not re turn. Oa September is ah wa married to Cecil Edward Pitch. a sanxiAirr votnta sxajtaisrna . Of diaUnguished lineage vho graduated ax Cambridge with high honors, and whoa octal cocavectloo are tha highest, the wad ding- was celebrated in Sc Oeorges Church, Hanover square, and waa liberally illus trated and described in th London Jour nals. ' Major McKinley sent a cablegram of warm congratulation, stopping In tha midst of a busy campaign to remember bis ad miring friend across th sea. ' During Colonel Gordon's stay abroad h wa th recipient of much social attention. and his reception by' Hew Tor k friends was equal to aa ovation.