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WILSON GETS GREAT OVATION AT CAPITAL
Police Scatter Throngs Unable to Find Dr. Friedmann
Fair aad nirair tn-nlaht. Turidir prekahlr elenr.
PRICE ONE CENT. ""-ft
FIFTH AVENUE BLOCKADED
BY WHITE PLAGUE VICTIMS
CCMMP CDICflMAMM PI IDC
ollimiiu i mLumnnii uuil
Police Disperse Thousands of
Consumptives Ignoring "No
MANY INVADE WALDCHF.
Near-Panic When Poorly Cladj
Victims Make Their Way Into
In spite of (be action of tlw CouBtfj
Medical Society tn fiijolnlug Or.,
Frledrlrh Kratir. Krlpdmtnn of Btri
lit from treatln patients with bit
tuberculosis ei.rum until a tttt lial
been ma.lt eutlsfylm them that it la
not a ftlso relief. In spito of the
Herman phyglclan s anuouiu-onient
Saturday that he did not know when
he would bcKln tiio tn-atnifiit of
patients, and in xi'ltc of tli
ol the owner- of tli' liutldlns it No.
3S Fifth avon lit, where he had in-
ttodd to ttUbllah h.a dltutnttrr.
thousanlg of minorably poor VlCtUUt
of the white BltBUC swarmed about
the building today.
Oaunt faced mother With khtwll OVtT
their lica.tii and wrapped about tablet
at their breast walked dated ntd
wobegun against the CUttlM. ''' w:nd.
Bent old men. shaken with spasms of
coughing. st.ne.1 Vacantly at the notlcl
poeted on th doo- of the rdOCt building
taken from The World ,.f Ihli morning
. ... .... .( iamnAfiUv t.an .... If . i
, , , .. ,. ,i, ua.iMi aaitlM Vernon a. enue iollce elation
Friedmann by the .onnt Meoieai r-o-
clety. Under It i' a line written n
blue crayon: "Dr, frlednuinil hn no
i. (He. Bert ftlgned) Superintendent."
MURMURS OF CFIEF HEARD IN
Yojng men atid girls In couplet"-one r
tke other or both Showing IBI high
luah about the cheekbones, r..e sunken
iheeka an.l the feverish eyea of ad
vancavi sufferers from consumption -
a.ked aimlttal) up and down the taook
land In hand. The anxiety ot the
ealthy one of the pair was n I ies trag
leilly written In Ihelr In.'es than In that
of the would-he patient Murmurs of
,"vlef and disappointment were broken hy
he constant Interruption ' of hollow
Tenant! f tue bulling and other
building war.- dltr. sse i and WOfrlsd IP
spit of Ihetr puv for tni
'o good could . jine fro H
n the Wlnl-SWegt stree
who could (inly endanger
of bun Ireg
their own sad
Ivae and tliote
tcb-phoned to Police
The uperlnje:id. nl
Headquarter a complaint
Three policemen were ent to tRt cor
ner and gently worked through the
I rowd. explaining Willi the VOlCtgtf au
thority iiatir. Prlodntttn wouwtrotl
m patients fur several days, and the::
not at Fifth gvenUS and Thirty-third
street, and gViryooJ) n. st go home so
tftat the streets might he keDI 'lear and
gafe. Some went with tear streaming
from their faces other refuted to be
lieve that their new-found hope was to
u voaHpon . 4. ai:d, movpig little wav
hen told to go by t is poll.-.
crosed the Mreet to go ha 04 and Ittrt
d.inlb st the heart-In enl,,.g notlOO.
,UFFERtR8 INVADE WALDORr
TO SEE THE DOCTOR.
At leaat a hundred m. i;, nom. r and
ohildren streamed o.i to the Waldorf,
where Ur. rrlednMUn lives, Wnen I
lettered, d seas. d crowd Wgtkod lnt (hi
glow and glitter u.-.u .. .ry of "Peaco.-k
el.ey" there waa eo...ci mug Ilk a pan:.-
Assistant Ma:. at. : JJcCusker a ..a
'UrrleJly cald frtm breakfast. ggv
nt-flv or more fprltrn applicants for
-.elp nrrs Hlread..' wande:iug np gnd
ilutr. the halls and gathering at the
desks de.iund!:.s-si'iiie pleadingly a .d
name angrllj to be allow. .1 iq see Ur
Ifrlgdmtnn m MoCusker urdered
tn- m Li;. Kv.ediUAitn ass nut to bp aetll
gtd ti.ey must to sway at once for
lr.e proieclioit pf IttO gJc's'.s o.' Ill 1)0'
v'. a row if poiteri wat plgtied
Sa-roit every ent.a.Ke to proven) WOl
from entering. Til)' Ml I .1 Willi
egging tee; and pvoret ruossu
reel o i
tiSU ab b. .. J'sge )
TWO MEN OUT OF
One, Victim of Attack by 100
I in Williamsburg Riot,
Likely to Die.
il Iking gtrmtnt worker to-day at
tack I Ida factory of Samuel Shapiro.
No. SI4 Part avenue, Wllllameb-urg, and
hurled two strikebreaker out, of a second-story
window, injuring both art
ously. Pe-ter Jle:ter of N'l '; 'Bush wick ave
Ue, Me first man tl. Situ Ui slr'vt,
KiiflTer.'d frttttrei if the skull and the
left let. lie ... inker, to the Rjh-
W Horpiul. where II ssfd he
probably will die.
HiMir ay(k(l of No ,, umti ev.
r,.,0 ak thrown OUI alter Ucller, and
ij.uh of hit lege were broken. Ida s.-ulp
'was mm l.adly cut He van taken to
I the Williamsburg lloaplt.il
.if aei'h UtWa of No 1" Mom., street,
one of tht leader of the attacking farce.
was cut nn the head during a general
right in the factory. He wat arretted
after hll wound was dressed, charged i
Mii-e than a hundred strii.ers weir In
the crowd that attacked the factory
The., were beattn off hy the reserve!, of
GONE 10 YEARS. BOY OF 13
DOESN'T KNOW MOTHER'S
TONGUE WHEN RETURNED.
Nearly ah His l ife Sprat in in
Asylum, He I.MrneJ LanglUfc
Differem Hrom Hers.
A peculiar case
was rev e.ed in '.he
twroutn. to-.iay wnen rrancis wearier.
thirteen ygtrt dm, ol xo. Brown svo. i .
nue, itninicg, .. iTougnt pocore juubs l
itsaisae . I
H'l.en the boy was three years old hi I
father died, and hi mother, being left I
I ...... ... . . , . j
place! in the care of St Johns Kofflgn I
Catholic Home, The boy roturned-hamel
tour WMkS ago and his mother WAl lad ,
to have him with her again, but It was
qUlekty found It was Impossible for t i
to untortttnd ooeh otner. The mothorl
:. n LdlhUtltitn and does not tdlM a
Minn of Kngllth. The boy, who g a i
bright little fellow, .annot talk l.tthu
gnltn The mother htt nemurrlej ind I
her hual.an 1 la also a Lithuanian. ho
annul taJk English. The boy Is there-
foro una' ls to converse with either hl; ;
mother or ttepfnther
- iing gsatnsi was in ought to court
b a man nho s a neighbor of the bov's i
mother. Mrs. Kmunuel, I'real.lent of the i
tl: S:te. s' S.tciety of s)Uetnt ssOrotlghi
Mid she would take '.he boy to her hunt- '
to RtolMlttd HIU. T.'.e Chdoren ' Do.
iely :,aa racaivod several OppllCtttODS
for boyg to adopi from neieone In'flluh
mond, tLll ,
COLT GETS COURT WRIT
TO HALT WIFE WITH SON.
BLiriOAIaO, V V. M..rh L-sHtUeal
corpus pro eodli s Instttdtod hy ttgrr.
P 0 It g Ve v Vu '..rty. -. a:.d rotsirH
able in , -lai Term ol Supreme (ourl
l.ere this afteri..jm, served to prevent lor
the tims being, at lout, the allrgau or
. .ed dgpgftliro Into Car.aila ? Mr,
Cult and l er twelve- e.ir-ol.i aur.
The bo; ' sa d to have keen taken
from ItH tuioi ot ii sha'.n'.ii;. t.. .:
neither via l irrlod lo H iflal- ''..e
at .er. bMlini of the move, rtquttlgd j
l'nita.1 ttales Attained Jo.".:i Latsa I
ll'Hrltfl tJ turt hiWeai corpus prooesd
... Tbg Wl a ed on M: t'oitl
gthi on i.er tyt entntygg. ex.Aseet.
. . ...at. K. a. KPbou gild V. b M 1 P II
both of New York City
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Kstttsl v' f.sties, I'vsne Ussie
Circulation Books Open to All."
NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913. 16
Women in Brilliant Parade Ac j
claimed by Throngs on
Streets of Capital.
MANY NOVEL SIGHTS.!
Outdoor Tableaux and Dances;
as the Marchers, Led by
Imazons, File Past.
W At HI N OTOt! , idnrob .-Th wae
womsn e day of politics.; ctownlng g'.oiy.
ahort of actually poresaelng the univer
sal right to vote, to severed thousand
of them turned out to form a great pro
cession In Pennsylvania avenue to dem
onstrate the i. anlmlty of their ex In
Its demand for the ballot.
Even before tue pru.-eaalon s'arted en
thusiastic thousand lined '.he broad
avenuu. Cheers greeted the small de
tachment, and a great wave of ap
pla .no marked the prngre of Oen. Ko
salla donee and her little band of "hik
era" as they proceeded to the rendez
vous. Men and tinmen alike Joined In
the demonstration. :id the human walls
that lined the route of nisvch formed a
Sea of t.isetiig handkerchiefs and wav
IHEZ MILHOLLAND GIVES SIG
NAL FOR START.
Mrs. RlOhtfd Coke rturlesnn. Clrsnd
Marslial of the procession, was busy
from an earl hour to-dav, preparing
for the start. rhe was essisted by five
aides, all egCelltnl horsewomen, who
rndr astride, aid dasl.ed here and
there giving hurried commands ar.d
trlnglng order cut of otltts. Miss Inez
Mlsholland. as the herald whote
trumpet bias; gave the rlgn.il to start
was dressed In royal purpls and sstrids;
I a netilesome charge.:-.
As scon ss the parade started the
. . ,
. dances and tableaux on the Treasury
I steps began reaching their c.lmux as the
head of the pro. ealon l eached that
point. Ume HedWtg Itelclicr. a-s Colum- '
his, held the centre of t'.is Improvised
stag" and surrounding her were Justice.
i dlMtty. Liberty, Plenty. Pence and
Hope. The nrettiest of the vounger suf
fraarlats had been cast for the part?
Th arlnclnala and dancing girls had
,PMU ,nXious and bogy
apent anxious and miay nours in tne
preparation of ooetumes. The we.re of
varied colors, r'ch ir.
purples and crtm-
son and scarlet, b.;
i II haH been at I
rarlrt.rl so aa to
make a perfect color i
Th two pnnnpti onncera, r tor- .
(ne Klemlng Noyes sud M.sa Mildred!
Anderton, created a itngMteni both
braving the cold weather and. appearing'
I , uar. f,,t. wanl rhroi.g'.i the mazes of
the dance 1th entrancing grace and
giving .lo sign of chill from the s'unej
eteps On who-h the., danced. i 1
a striking feature of the gathering Court of Appeals Asked to Modify
at the foot of Capitol Tllll was tne 7 ijlil
number of elderly women who appealed RwliCUOlU Of Attomey-t jeil
to march for th .ause. While tn r:li PrtiflOSAl.
day nn perfe t th air was chill and
the w.i' Was long.
As planned the oftkers if th Na
tional Woman Suffrage AtttOlttlOg
seers gtVon ttie place of honor In the
line Immodlately bohind the g aud
marshal a:.u her gldos ..id the p:i.ple-
clad herald. Behind them were meeood
forty "ushers" s-ci a prancing sqund-
ron of "pgitlcoti egvtlry" under the
Qomnwnd of Ming Oentvtovg Wlmattt
tie teveii Motion. Into whleh
'the gultrogs ingnggers had divided t :e
proeeMloi formed a kelgfdoet .pi.- p..
I tute o e er-sr.lf'.ir.g color. Ogy tunics
I set off soman cape gnd gOWRS, l ie
prlm diets i ;-r.."-filona: nurses wets
I tne bgOkl ' I Ol t :e gin ran. gnwrs
I ar.o "pokO" Mnnetg Of '-he 'arming
i wo n. . while the ga- gnd tt.snlonahle
attire of a own a tiessis asre .n
l.-vitrast wim urely tnkstgttw
slroMtt u' tue ' itgrtry worn eg,
i v. ,.- i ita : "golden rnartotf." on
trlauted ve iffrgglsw ol isMtlgwrf,
put in gp OPpM'.gncs Ig .fsd t.te se.s
en:.- gettsen. lh tori grflgtmsd '
s. ri imineni womgn :iom t.ie
.and c tv wete f.repgred ' i steer
t . in fljsn tns long ian cr peon., v-
..oug.i g: :.l" ... IliOlr frpgh g'H
IterlOU !. ! gttentlo.l w.t.i a no. e
tumble ' liberty u. " fJ.jgt In tilt Miui
i section, tug i inn lo nuu
I ;.ts of fmlaue.o 114
RACING SEE PAOt tO.
ENGINE BLOWS UP
TRAIN AT RAHWAY
Engineer Dead, Fireman Badly
Hurt, But None of Militia
HOOD FACTORY PANIC
W indows Shattered and Sec-
(ion of Locomotive Crashes
Down Through Root .
As a special train on the Tennevlvanla
Raliroad, csrrylng mensbera of the , T
stalem Cadet Oorp of the Massachu
setts Militia te tue inauguration at
Waoh'ngton. was paaalr.g thiouerh Raih
srav N J . st 9.18 o'clock to day the
t.itT of the locomotive exploded. J. A. , X
He.inloker. the entlneer, recelveo r.
1 irles from which he died within two
houre. and Kdward Munley. the Are- j
man. was seriously injured. T
awn.iueh the boiler of tue locomotive
went lrurU"t through the sir Mo feet
aseiMkt ahead and piece of the wreck- i
age peppereol the neighborhood like T
shrapnel, no one u Injured but the I X
two men or. engtne.- The train pfjal
nve steel day coa hee was running T
sloWly. A hd'.g ten feet deep waa torn
In the track.
Fragments f wreckage tore down
telegraph and atgr.al wlrea. and for a
time It looked aa though the Pennsyl
vania Kallrood, with in burden of ex
tra and epeclal tralna for Washington,
was doomed to be tied up for not.rs.
Oulck work ore.ied the llnee
u, . .... ukttfui railroading enabled
company to get the morning trains I
started from New York and Jersey City
an time and iund them across New Jer
bm on a revised b it faat schedule.
When the locomotive boiler blew HP
the train was psing a oreaarast iooo
factory Every window In the building
1 ...... . L.1 ... ' ..
i was nroHoi. ana w a... w.iij-
..,.., into panic
The foroe of the explosion was
directly uu and down. It seemed The
... brakes were Inmant.y est by the
f'romatll. .y.Um and the train cam.
(() .,op u,for, the cara had time to
be plunged Into the hole caused by the i
All Rahway heard the craah and i
much of the city fait it. The rtrst ,
report waa that the engineer and flremen i
had been killed and many of the pa seen I
Dr. tlalluway and Toung a ere the
flret to reach the wreck. They found
Hennlcker unconscious and badly
acalded. and Fireman Munley suffering
from painful wounds No other mem
bers of the train crew were hurt.
Hennlcker and Munley were taken to
t llahway Hotel wher. tne doctor.
i gave TI.e in si niu. iii,j ywiw
taaen to the ileneral Hospital at F. IMP
t, Bher the eng Ineer died.
iBaasasi hudcd toiipt
RETAIL LUMBER TRUST
SUBMITS PLANS FOR
i The I'n'.tes) Stales Circuit "ourt to-day
rOCOlVOd plans 10 reorganise the Kastern
! Stales Itetat I. amber Dealer' Assn la
I HOn sad :ta ulndlui let o aa to corn
I ply with t:,e orvier of the Unltod rttalr.
llrtr'...t Court, which found It to be a
aomrtNtton - stifling "Rets I launiPor
uet" within the meaning ol tue Slier -
nan An'l-T-ust law.
i he .omponeut concerns
lorn ttatOg Associate ti. whl
fovinil by the :outl to havs . om ilue l
la restrict trade were lr. New V..rg
Lumber Trade sOOOlgllon. the New
lertty Luwibortiegi'g Proieotlvg Attn.
rlgtloni the llull.llng Material Men's
Association of West, hestei County! Ihu
I.nm'oer Iealeia' AgOOOltllon of Con
nectleuti 'he Mnaa 'hunetlg Rota 1 1
Lumber l.e.t.eis" An.. I.itlnn; tile'
I. imher 1'ealere' Au latlur: of 11 r. ..
standi 'he Lumber Bgi-ntngt of thel
Dietrlel o ."olumbta. nn.i m Retail I
l.umbermen'g Agtocittlon .? Until
ti e ;..a U reorggn'satlon by Ihs .t i
turgey.Oi:ra! "i!.i upon ibt 'o.its
restrain H irgr.ligllon rom olrotilntlni j
;..e t.arnes f rngnuftOI ire-s or srholt i
sa-s i a-.li to eonaunierg In tnyl
mgnatr. u I i rg I that lbs me'i. sis
of tne gsgot.ittoni shoi'.d -ase even I
to e ;-.- inrorrnation roi '. own
An tttornsi fos tr.s Rgstsi eiia'.ee
.'. ssu. lotion gui.rilttsd g alternate plan
a-hgrtnt the gssbelttlong wo iid only be
forbltogi to '- r iiat" Informttlun
... feana of t'. ' gl-a! Dots '
T.i tt pant we.'i 'ger, -ir.ile aa
Mrs. Wilson and President-Elect
With His Silk Inaugural Hat
lit v.! LMPT9 k. ;J t
t k ktffw --m mm Wt &i
f I iJH
.I.H-CI i-l M III I I H - H - W - K - HHH
COURT GIVES SIPP
LIFE IS MENACED:
(iraft Informer Swears VUir.k'r
Threats Have Come by Phone
and Passed Word.
; .-ge A. H.iH", the fnr.i.er llavlein
note) keener, w gOOS MVetaVUons btlors
tha erat jr..:.il Juri led to m..st
Dm lostttljtiontg s. utglned, W4 to-
4:i slven a per nlt lo .-.irrN a rev . her
Muglatr.il.) .'orrlgun In lltrlotl
Court. Ulstriet Attorney W ilttaan roe
o.ri'renrtea tntt S.up bg tllotgd to arm
.iip .if., roptttttl) i.is leon threat.
er.e.1. and l; ..i.l IO4ay loW
Mag. at rau- Corrlgtn latl a'tnitd 10
ne prtparod It . .- tny tttaoli that
r.'.g it be tra.le T e throats htVg eon:
10 hlni over the telephone an-l '' wtrd
of mouth, paeee.i ihrough friends
"While I do not l ar tnese snsmieg of
thi intt'iorsgi" "e said 'i ilui
s. a .i i gnythlng hapten to me, ihs rasa
far tn Ft .!.! In tn l"' 1 'U lltrettl'
ito-ie imiI trials VOllld Be gre.'.l,
HUH. ; thiiiki ihti wy letUrnonj i .f i
tin. intporttf ' ihti i gliould bs given I
the oagSM I M 1 ' ' v '' Itfttg mysolf If I
need l.e "
agte- lecalvmg a p.-.-tn I Mpp h .r:
o it tt till a 1 tvolver
f MKMPTaSsaVs' TfM".o bw Hu.If J
,pU.U - ANrs AOKK WOMrtMtUor gomt Una
I Circulmthm Hok Oiwu to
- l - W - H - W - H - H - l - l'l - l'I'l - l MM-
! BRYAN DENIES
FOR CABINET SEAT
Arrives in Washington
Says Report That He M.ule
Protest Is False.
W sMHiNOTOV, Mtreh I - Vlltiaai
Ji mlnga Bryan irrlvad in Waahlntton
fii-.iay and aoeorlssj '.. n reoeptlon
.-..niniillie to wli.it Ij, Kn.i.tn as tl...
Presidential sou,, m n downtown hotel.
Whether be arrived in ihs captoliy of
th futurtt gecrotary of btate 111 llryaa
w.i ild not ad int eVben gtldroggod as
"Mr. g. rottry," he marel) tallied and
gald "thank you."
Th Kebfatkan denied a naaklleSag r...
poi tiutt he was holding op the an-
I nounoorneni of the OaMnti t trough 't
, protasi iK..iiMi t ,. naming of tVilMsvn
j i ; M Adoo ol Ni Vi.i k as geeretary of
I I he Treasury.
I h.sir.i that story," h said. "
.-il as i rotated ii-s n i an sa
i . Ihgi i wtan men win, writ., euoh
I news ora rompelled lo u ikeir
- mies That Would n t r.d.l an. weigh)
t.ietr words, but would materlall
. . -. sn ihs Uheli nl of disseminating
- ih niltlnformttlon "
M" Uiy.ii. i i.l.tl l ,it. whit Mouse
, after nootl f r . hrlof i. with
Yeatdenl Ta't llryn.i ..'tmg inaoooo
... gnd walked Uirough the Ksecu.
live -.'li- es li..f.re H I. V ..iih lis.1 aotlood
iu n ''' matV hlmaelf known t.. tns of
Ihs ggtetKlaMi and ;. ishered int.. th
I'reeldeut's t.nV-e, v-.. :. ihs wo ekalttd
a Minute Behind
Rides to His
GIVE NOISY WELCOME
TO NEW PRESIDENT
Streets Jammed With Visitors.
560 PRINCETON BOYS
ESCORT HIM ON TRAI1V
Secretary of HUle WILLI Ol J.
BBVAX of Ntbraght.
Meeretary of the Trotatrf WILL.
I A M U. Mr AIM Ml of New York.
Atfornej-Urneral JAMKS I. Mr
KEULUM of Tttntggtr.
Serrelary of War -LIMlLKY
UAKKINUN of ew Jerse).
MerreUry of the Sat J JIISU'HIH
I) A.MKLS of Morth (trollnt.
WASHINGTON, March !.sPresid4mtled Wbodrow Wtton and
his family arrivtM at the Union Stati. n at 3.46 o'clock, one nviiuilc be
hiiki the svliediite. I lvev were met at the train by Thomas Neliem HajtJ.
and William Corcoran liustis, who escorted tlem through lane of SM)
Princeton University student-, who had formed Mr. WOfOn't ticort on the
train, to the President's room in the station, where a reception enrnmitte
Mr. Page and Mr. Pustls entered the Wilson car and met the mem
bers of tlve President-elect's family while the Princeton sludents were
stcftjiing from the train. The Orange and Black boys formed two lony
lines, two deep, while the crowd waited breathlessly for the first glimpse,
ot the new rixecutive.
MRS. WILSON TELLS
ABOUT GOWNS FOR
Before leering Frtaeetea te-tay
Mr. Wootrow Wtleoa snade kaowa
for the tret Urns jaet how she aad
ker aaagktere will be attired. Oar
lag tke day tkey will wear ordinary
"They were aapeetaUy made for
tks inauguration, bat really require
ao deeorlptloB," eald Mrs. Wllsoa.
Mrs Wtleoa will wear at tke flret
svsning faaetloa la tke Wlilte
onee a gown of broods, roae
pattern, tke predominating color
being light green. It le low In tke
neck and kaa a loag train. Tkere
le a drapery of laee at tke neck aad
down tke front of tke skirt, wltk a
suggsstlon of laee down the baok.
Applique bead work and eome but
terfllee la ekadee ol green and ross
adorn tke neck, tlmllar butterfllee
are on tke upper eleeves.
TWO AMERICANS SEIZED;
ARE CARRIED TO WILDS
BY VENEZUELAN INDIANS.
U. S. (1'insiil St.nl Seaii'li for
Wining Engineers Prom Minne
iota HcU Prisoners,
ItARAOAJswO, Vottauela, Marati I,
Two Amtrlatn oltlient. Buy N BJorgi
md wmtam iui... Tu tor of Dulutb,
Mmn., wrr stturtd on Itturday ny
rt kfotllolei in.i.ans while making
petrolatim agploraAlons near Lak Mgrt
..gibt. Thev are both mining . ngtne ,rs.
Ihe new wse roetlVtl hire lh...uifh .m-
llaj .. lines
The Amerl.ui lnaul here. John A.
Kay, left at once for the Indian 90 lit
PRICE ONE CENT.
His Schedule and
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Ol HI 1)1 II I. It of York.
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Hrrretarj uf Lohor W. 11. MIL.
HO' of renunyhtnit.
Ti moment his fae was discerned
the pandvm'inloui ' roka stttt. Kuth
flve fhtUsand pej.-ple were masse. 1 along
tn irate and 'tiei , wre ttioiieands
Mort wailing outside Wilson ...k the
re.-eptlon nnilllngly ar:.l walke.1 on to
tha !'i vsldent's private waiting room.
There he met the I 'ongresai nnl RsHsgts
tlon I '..mmlttee, Major. -Oen. vvn. ,
Ofclaf Martha) of the Inaugural parade.
Prtetdtat Taft's miutan and naval
aides and the local rn-eptl..i imnlttee.
START FOR THE SMOREHAM
Thjtft waa a hrlef Stay w hile greetlnaa
and fell.'itatlona were SgthtUtd and
then tn.. Fregldentelaot and his party
were taken to Walling tlltog for th4
t- p i , the ghoreham Ifotel
Although the weather wu .hilly
thr slre.'tH Were tanun.-d. tne . r,.-.
lalg parade having served t draw out
an Immenes crowd ol nttlvga .lurmg
the ai terii'j.i.i. Frotldontlg I sVllttn
wtt erdlally roeeived til along n.o
I'oule and was plaluly pleased at hi
r. .-npl lull.
After a thort wait g the botel the
1'rt thieiit'.'U.-t gad at re sVlltot Mtdt
ready for a visit t.. the Whits llouay.
Col gptntftr U Cotby) Progldonl Taft's
nillltnri side, escorted Mr and ktra
M il. hi oi. their . ieli It the Ptetls
dtutl an i Mrs Tuft, who received them
in hv hltit room.
The trip ..f tin special to IVaehingtot
fr i ii Prln et'.u wat a rldv IhfOllsfh
rrowdg ol wvll wlghara At ever) ei. i
thg gugultct gathered hi.oh' the train
ami cheered. Presldsntelecl WIUo.i as
ire t ronfasg tha' ho wtt having tho
tints. f hi lift-, ami on tared Into Ik i
! son it r the acoaaltn with seot. rktft
i ia nothing in hit app fan ...
I nr tt detote mi apprehension bout
I tak,,, u'' of JVommt lo-
inn. -.r.v With a . .ii-.n.-l the naiiu. of the
, , , . , ,
memos PS of ahl.-li have not as yel bgot
I olll lolly announced.
The Wilton StOlltt. WWtk left I'rlnee.
I ton at It o .'lock, was Ike loagOOt taut
gstl talsiti tUI of the tauvatat wtu.