Pennington marriage detailed, 1900.
WAYNE; EVENING 'SENTINEU. MONDAY, ', MAY 21, - 1900. fox surrender, tbe the For republic who exhausted, gone to was the defeat; it lias of n PENNINGTON IS NOW MARRIED THE. PROMOTER WEDS DUBANT. MBS. Marriage License Taken Out' In Milwaukee Milwaukee and the Ceremony Performed Performed ill New York, the be all If of - a a at of (New York Journal. Edward J, Pennington famous as The Racine promoter," and builder of the Tennlngton ir. ship, and Mra. Marie Alice Suraut, nee Butlerflcld, were married last Wednesday morning morning by Rev. William B. Tower, assistant assistant pastor af the Washington Square Methodist Episcopal church. The marriage took place In Mr, Tow er's house, No. 133 West Fourth street. A dispatch to tbe Journal from Milwaukee last night said: "Mrs. Durant and Mr. Pennington have stolen a march on their Milwau kee friends. The fact that a marriage marriage license had been taken out hove by Mus. Durant led to the gen - eral belief that the two were to be 'married in Milwaukee." Mr. and Mrs. Pennington, if is stated, have sailed for Europe, where they will live in the future. Mrs. Durant was once n popular and extremely beautiful young wom an, prominent In social circles in Milwaukee. Milwaukee. Her father. Elijah Butter - field, was a board of trade - man. About ten years ago she was married to Charles Durant, son of a Chicago millionaire. They went to Milwaukee Milwaukee to live. Durant become a mem ber of the board of trade and Mrs. Durant became interested in stock speculation, her deals being far more profitable, it was said, than her hus band's. IN DEALS WITH PENNINGTON. Pennington then appeared in Milwaukee. Milwaukee. He was from Racine, had made a valuable invent ion, which hnd been patented, and he nlso became became interested in the market. In this way he met Mrs. Durant. They became closely associated in business deals. An action for divorce was brought In Chicago about six years ago by Durant. and a decree was granted. Pennington afterward went to London. London. About a year afterward Mrs. Durant left Milwaukee. She went to Paris and London, where fche attracted much attention. She was reported to ba acting as Pennington's Pennington's secretary, Her gowns and jewels became fnmous. Pennington became very wealthy. Latterly Mrs, Durant has been living in New York. Pennington lives at No. 20 Fifth avenue. In his air ship project he tried to enlist Chicago capital, and had his contrivance in the old exposition building there for inspection. He organized a company, It was finally finally stated that bis machine could not fly, nnd It was then taken back to Mount Carinel and later to St. Louis. 'AUTO' FOR RAPID FIRE GUNS. Among Pennington's schemes was an automobile to carry rapid fire guns. He asserted that he had an, order to supply 1,000 of them to the Boer government. When Mrs. Durant came into Pennington's Pennington's life his wife brought suit for divorce and won. She named Mjs. Durant as the cause of her domestic domestic infelicity. "Upon the witness? stand at that time Mrs. Penning testified that Mrs. Durant had told her in London: "I love your husband. I will kill him if he ever deserts me." Mrs. Pennington said that her husband husband was "the Trilby and Mrs. Durant Durant the Svengali in the case." Rev. Mr. Tower refused last night to discuss the marriage. thlj appearance ;inJutic E14r4a court Saturday afternoon: 'A'tVth. appointed time William Johnson, the father, of the two boys, appeared In court and entered plea of guilty, JHiatice Eldr assessed a fln of, $5 which, with the costs, amounted to 922.25 each. The net which waa taken from the boya at the time of their arrest waa returned - on condi tion that it should only be used in catching clsco. Mr. Johnson at first objected to paying the fine and said that the boys must go to Jail, but ha afterward changed his mind and deposited deposited $44.50 with His Honor. Sen ator Heller may now be able to form a fairly good estimate of what is in store for him in Noble county next week. STATE COMMITTEE TO MEET CHAinMAN MARTIN ISSUES A CALL FOR JUNE 4. Is Summoned to Consider Matters in Connection With Democratic Stnte Convention. MATAAFA IS INDIGNANT. New York, Mny ?1. A special to Ihc Herald from Washington says: Unofficial advices which have been received by the authorities here indicate indicate that Germany is dealing with the natives of the islands of Upolu and Snvaii. of the Snmonn group. Ma - tr.afa, one of the Snmoan chiefs, expected expected to be rewarded with the kingship kingship after Germnn sovereignty had been extended over the islands, and i3 very much disgruntled over his failure to secure the prize he has been so earnestly seeking. Oerman officials officials have been placed In charge of the islands, and the natives will be required to bow to Oerman laws and egulations. Mataafa and his people people are said to be very much exercised exercised over the policy theflr new governing, governing, and in some quarters no cur - prise will be experienced. EXPENSIVE FISHING. Indianapolis, Ind., May 21. Chair man Martin, of the! democrstic state committee, announced definitely yesterday yesterday that thero will be n mccini,; of the committee on the afternoon of June 4. Tnis will be two day., before before the BMie convention. The cnmni.'.'ee is called ton"lhtr for the pr.pprr of considering mrt ters connected with the convention. It is altogether likely that nnny of the delegates will arrive on Monday nnd remain until the convention is over. The dist'irt meetings will be held on the evening of June 0 at 8 .clock and esch district will select two delegates delegates slid two alternates to the national national convention, one elector ond one contingent elector, one vice - president and one assistant secretary of the convention, and one member of the committees on organization, credentials credentials and resolutions. At 0 o'clock on the same evening the convention committee will meet and the committee on organization will select a permanent chairman of the convention. The route chosen is by way of the Vandalia to St. Louis and thence over the Missouri Pacific to Kansas City. The rate for the round trip from Indianapolis is $14. A special train will leave this city July 2 nt 2:30 p. m. and will arrive at Kansas City at 7:15 a. m., July 3. John Gilbert Shnuklin, national committeeman, committeeman, announced to Chairman Martin yesterday that he bad selected selected parlors 10 to 122 at the Coates house ns headquarters for the Indiana Indiana delegation. Rooms for the delegation delegation have been reserved nt the same hotel. There will be n large, delegation from the stnte attend the convention. We BADEN - POWELL, DEFENDER. Col. II. S. Baden - Powell, who for seven months defied the assaults ot supeior force of his enemy, is the colonel of the Fifth Dragoon Ounrds and is, as may well be imagined, one of the most dashing - and resourceful of the younger officers of the British army. He is forty - three years old and unmarried. He joined the Thirteenth Hussars in 1876 and has seen hnrd fihting in India, Afghanis tan and Africa. In the Zulu war, in 1388, he gal lantly won nu honorable mention in the official dispatches, and in the Ashnntee war, in 1800, he fought his way to the lieutennnt colonelcy of the Thirteenth Hussars. In the campaign campaign irk Matabelnnd iu 1897 he won his present rank. Baden - Powell Is n soldier, the champion pig sticker of India, n hunter of big game on the Zambesi, devoted to polo and yachting, an amateur stage manager and actor, n singer, he paints, and is an etcher of some merit. As an author he has published numerous works of adventure, adventure, riiilitary history, and is the author author of a book on cavalry instruction, which lias beon accepted ns authority in the British army. And he hns defended Mafeking. Associated with Badcn - Towell were a number of British officers, a num ber of whom were killed in the disas trous repulse at Onme Tree Fort on December 27. Among the officers who assisted In the defense of Mafeking Mafeking were Major Lord Edward Cecil, son of the Marquis of Salisbury, prime minister of the British empire; Captain Lord Charles Bentinck, Captains Captains Vernon, Wilson, Fltz - Clarence, and Williams, Lieutenants Tracey and Paton, all well defined types of the younger generation of British of ficers who have won their spurs In the campaigns against the native In Zululand, Mashonaland, and Matebo - fined district. midnight. injured and inflicted