The Fort Wayne News roosevelt reception13 June 1914

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heavily Guaymas, 13- the Aero were Oregon club mountains. that to has has balloons, tied YORK FORTUNATELY carrying crew of Hamburg-American easl was York feet a ordered his the this this the became done York her down became vessel took 3 Pretoria en-, of at to sudden New on board the boat take found backed ROOSEVELT IN ENGLAND Is Guarded Carefully From Attack by the Suf- j fragettes. HE REFUSES TO TALK And the Newspaper Men Cannot Get Any Statement From Him. HE SAILS NEXT WEEK And Will Be at Home 'Agairv Within a Fortnight at the Fartherest " ' LONDON, June 13.-- Guarded from militant suffragettes by Scotland Yard detectives, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Roosevelt, former president of the United States,-. arrived here today from Madrid, Madrid, where he had attended the ding of his son. Kermit Rooevelt, to Miss Belle Willard, daughter of Ambassador Ambassador Willard. ' Colonel Roosevelt was accompanfed by his daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Long-. woith, and his eousm, Phil4p J. Roosevelt, Roosevelt, of New York. On the way from the English channel to London the Ai oh bishop of Canterbury was a pas-I senarer o nthe same boat with the colonel colonel The pi elate cordiallj siec-ted the ex-president and asked an\iouslj after the condition of his health "I never felt better in niv life." de- cUied the American statesman The Roosevelt partv was met at the Charms* Cross railway station by Walter Walter H Page, the American ambassador. the staff of the American embasv and by Arthur Hamilton Lee, a unionist member of parliament, whose guest Colonel Roosevelt will be over the week-end. ' The American was driven to the residence residence of Mr, Lee, where he si anted an audience to the newspaper men. In answer to a shower of questions as to United States politics and his controversy controversy with A. Henry Savage Landor Landor over his Brazilian disco\ eries. the colonel said: "I cannot discuss politics, nor am I at liberty to say anything further about my South American discoveries. I think I covered all points in my statement statement issued in Paris last night." The chief remark made by the former former president to members of the press was: "Gentlemen, I am half full of cinders from thirty-six hours of traveling, and my chief desire now is to pet into a bath tub," A number of detectives mingled with the crowd at the Charing Cross station. keeping a wary eye upon all the women women to prevent any suffragette disturbance. disturbance. It was not anticipated that any hostility would be shown the colonel, colonel, for he has already expressed himself himself in favor of "votes for women." but the British officials did not want the ceremonies of the rece^ f '~ inteix. rupted. ' ; Among those Invited to meet Colonel ' Roosevelt during his stay in England are Field Marshal Earl Roberts, Owen ' Seaman, the editor of Punch, John St. Loo Strachy, publisher of the Spectator; Spectator; Sir Sidney Colvin. an official of the British museum; Sir Bertrand Dawson, physician extraordinary to King George, and Sir Horace Plunkett. a famous agricultural expert. On Mondny Sii Edward Grey, the British minister of foreign affairs, will give a luncheon to Colonel Roosevelt. ·which will be attended by a number of prominent peisons. There has been some question since the arrival of the colonel as to what honors would be paid him by members of the "overu- mont on account of the colonel's expressed expressed opposition to repeal of free tolls to the Panama canal, a position vigorously sponsored by the British go\ ei nment. Colonel Roosevelt arrived in Paris

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  1. The Fort Wayne News,
  2. 13 Jun 1914, Sat,
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