J. P. MORGAN SAILS

New York Times

Has Six Staterooms on the Adriatic---Mrs. Waldorf Astor Also Departs
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Many passengers sailed yesterday in the outgoing liners for Europe. On
the Adriatic went J. Pierpont Morgan and his daughter, Mrs. Herbert
Satterlee. They occupied a suite of six staterooms on the upper
promenade deck. Mr. Morgan repaired thither as soon as he arrivedaboard,
and remained there until sailing time. His son was among those down to
see him depart.

Mr. Morgan goes to London, it is said, to meet Queen Alexandra, who
sometime ago expressed a wish to see his London art collection. He and
his daughter will entertain England's Queen while she views Mr. Morgan's
art treasures.

On the Adriatic also went Mr. Marshall Field, Jr., Judge W. T. Andrews,
Mrs. Eugene Philbin, Mrs. Alfred T. Sloan, Jr., and Mrs. W. S.
Rainsford, wife of the clergyman, who is now in Scotland for his health.

Mrs. Waldorf Astor, who came here a few weeks ago to visit her sister,
Mrs. Reginald Brooks. was a passenger on the Cunarder Carmania. On the
same vessel departed on their honeymoon tour Mr. and Mrs. Lee De Forest,
who were married on Monday in Greenwich, Conn. His bride was Miss Nora
Stanton Blatch. They will be abroad about two months.

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