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THE SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
ton, iiti'l "hii'li lioni"1 'Hi" f-lHy
ilr.ili nf inn -liito i-, tiiinlli.ii In Hi" I'ity'x
v ilrt ft out .lu-riM (In' vMlur runic Into I
town rann (Mini nf a miirli linhti'r I
mny Hun i-i i hi- kiiiIIkIiI miiwhIimI hhliw
lilntril with iiliimliiiini, litis. It. nut
liiiird. Imtimim1 Jitrnt-tnrtt. rnmlitioiH
in (Itiii.iii uiitcix (lifter from our hii
. MWOIi'H COMMtril:!. i:.MIIl!KH.
.Ml lliiji innmmthm out Iti the river kiw
sending iliorMii'il loim roller tluit
t"s-cij iihoiit. tli I rim littl" ruMMiiin lioal
lliliilc" lyiliK al tin- loot of ft IMulitU'tli
Mtret to tnUi' tin1 K'ci'ptioii Iiiiiik'Ii of tin)
.MiiyoiV I'oiiiinilU'i! out to cull upon 111"
(Jorinwi mill tit" Aineiiciin AiltiilriiN
'I lin iliMrovor had Ju-t Iickuii to siiruli
into Main ftlii'n iiiitotnolilltw drew up at
the Kiuhlk'lli Kiwi wluirf and I'linlrnnili
.V:tli Low mid the committee riimti out
on til" Ions pier und wrin welcomed aboard
tin- iuM" I iy h"r yoiinj Hklppur, l.ieut,
.l.ttnes Alicn-it, io hhnrtly before liud
mad" a linhtnlim "Iiuiikp to a full drrrts
I rock coated uniform lli.it would unsay
about 2.u io in cold to llm Ion
I'll" ,'omiiiiii"" member sheltered
l)-ii",ilh eleanmie, liiuli lulls includi-d,
beside Mr Low ill" lollowinu' J 1'.
Motiviii. .'r . irniMiror of ill" committee:
llerinun l!idd"i-. rliniini.in of 111" cxceu
ile roiniiiiit""- tCL-Cliairinan I! i'.
.siniili hi ii iiKTiaiiiiiwiit pouitniiti't';
I !-. lii'o!' I' Kim, chairman of the
ofllei.il d'tiiii'i- fomtnitti'p; Pr Ddwnrd
llataiiixii Hall, secretary of 111" .May
or i commute"; I'ollc" I'ommiiioiii-r
l:liiii"l.inil"r Waldo and ("Mi Howard
I'.irroli, c'l.iirman of ill" cnlcr, .iniiieiit
l oi'iinllti'". wlin -lui'K- lo a str.tw li.it
'111" Hind" koI iimlur way and headed
Mr.iitilit out lor Hi" ll.id'liip l.oiiiiaua
lo piri, ii AdmiiM' Vliilow and hw Muff
i.iV.o.r. I'lm la i'i . 1 i'ti Kuril optimum,
.lr. I'i" Mtni-i liirrcl -on ol th" murine
ami ditnral W'iwIow. i.ipt linger
Weill of hi" l.niii-i.ii'.. and Hi" fl.ij; lieu-
ti'iiam t m il Hi" li.'liadK'Hl committee-
111. ui at ili" t.i,-!.itl i;aiu;uav and after
nni' ii li n"l-li.i!iiti: all around III" Admiral
Iiil :li" .iv In In- alter c.ilun
MiMIIIM. INsti'V's. ri.oui.i: IIAIIIII.V
tin. iiiiiiiii i lee and Hi" naval nfhrcrs
mi ilovn ilien for a cli.it entiri'lv Mtr
roundel - .it'll poii. and jars hold-
illl, l'OU'll"l of b.oili'I'ir Initio!!", feril"
and lr- Admiral Win-low'" fad i- (lower-,
and lie ia!.i hi arden'to-ea here
thire vrren't linlit ttreeu walls, wliitp
metal celling.- and a lootini: of Oriental
riiUr Iliere jin-t lime for a pre
liminary i link of crac'viil ice nf,aint
r.la-si-" ai a talil" placed near a largp
plioio .rapli ol I'rc-idriit 'I'afl. a ri-iiiR
tuln-t to dmiral Win-low. a cipirette
op two mid then lh" Admiral di.-jppeared
lor a moment and appeared a moment
later now deU".l in a drc-.- coat that
dimmed oven the clone of Lieutenant
All'MJ II -
imiral Win-In. 1'lae Lieut Zo
li.ium, I lent, h-ani and the fominit
ie; now crowd I into lh" t.oui!anaV
m earner and boblicil coutliward oer
tlie wae" toward iln- Moltke duo
rea-on ilia' the ( I'lnmitteemeu couldn't
i jitit Admiral I'a-pliv.it. until they were
veil aboard th" Herman flas-hip win.
that il '-ii"t lo impo" ibl" to (-" throimh
a wilid ri'gitnen' of iiimera men. The
lir-i I'lM-ion of th" rirt imy Corp"
or .th" I'tiiitiiKrapliiT-' liraml rmy ol
ill" rubl'cin 1 1 1 1 1 1 delicti the committee
in Hi" ll.i.(ii and had boarded her en
lllli b.lWeell the lillle III" leTlllilll
.nielior willed 1 1 -1 I beun to tlec! th"
iintrllii'ot. oxer ilie kiH and the moment
tlioill'i'lli'l ho I he HiiiI-iiM
Al'Min.U I'lM IIW1I 1. III. I. Is rllJIMIlII,!,
Hw iii inn" o wa- pti idle to tnaUe
mil tit" li"'-iii,in dmir.il on lh" unarter.
d"i k mid In hear nlxi" lh" rattle of
camera clt"l hir- lutirlv word- of ureet-
im: lo th" mcrican ofticerK and th"
comiiiitKe Well dmiral I'a-chwit were
Cii't Mm 1 1-. hler. Commander- I'reiii.el
aNd llov-l' l .mil l,icutenaut-Commaiid"r
It I' N'lNr.. f S S . who I-with Admiral
Hi-ehv ii ' .i" aid diirttu; th" ("'finaii
i'Mici t - tii ru an -n
i one liii- anil r.ih and fount on
ISj-riit- o.-'l . 'h- iierui.ii' Ainlia ador
iCid rolli" over Iriittt r .itlderl II
ii' In th" .fd Mar. i' ifll"r"in III" lore
I'iinii ami now . .ill iei t" i "in m lai'dniie
rjoili"... tli"' joined I h" pa-lv on I he
MlMIti id"' U I apt S Till ,i!ld l.n ili
I'.o.'O Iiiio 1 1 mi of Ilie I hirly eiHhid
Infatuiv II ollhl Vull .Mol'ke Itecnil'MII
rt 111" I'M m . : I a HIV .il"l Prof llatl-
"VJ.-i i r id" na .il i". perl of ( let mam , al-o
WeT" p! "M-Ill
HUM I IIIM.t ".W'll I llol lill III I,
Oil id" port -id" ol id" ipiarlenlei k
lh" cia'd l""d. "Iidill'd in a lui--tli.it
flrci'le'd all. won ritli ai iiMetn e ti
At 1 1". Iie.el ol lh" uaii'iw.n f I ns an
elbirei-ii .It- mil. l.'iiiit'Hl ih" aim nc;
Ifroi.e H' lirv WWII . f l.'eii-. oil r
i In.-il'-'k Ml wa-a roiii of ii'i uiail i
njli".rs wh.i Erio'ii-il and w.imvI their
Iwnd-in a ji'lU .a i very Hill" a dii-repu-tftble
oin klt'Cellll Ol I'M ur-iotu-t"
U'i'iKed .lid ihtmtf-d aloii'i their wav.
ii'tew i "l from lh" uioup, II cur-ion-
ii- in lh" lie .mi nil'' yi-llim; tln-ir b"-t
wiflies lo Hi" ofili i-r- bin when tlii-e
i-titii" barcelnl- hiei v.orkiil abteiL-t
! the wiiiiitt Prune and lepeated tlieir
Irind iiii:- and r-hoitl." lo dim lie did
Ho r.-iniii the Kilutatioii" a the other
ruin', i - had lb' ni-i i',i.ed oitl and down
iftMin the water with no i-how of mterc-t i
gid if thi; b.'irno happeni-d to cioh" hi
riuir," oi si-urn ih" Princ" -aw them
And it ibi'.v didn't h" didn't
'lm-.ir I'a- Iiwii. imiii'ilial"lv alter
the tir-t ",r ctiiiu- had II all trained up to
Hiiili id" companiiiuw.iy to the iin i..-k
.Mid lead hi- i.-ilor-i lo hi- cadui I'd-,
(iinnia temnieni however, decided after
ortip -liort deliberation that there wa
a proper ume for everthuiK and put it,
loot down on the (!'-nn. in Admiral' plan
LIS' I I l' l on Till, I'll lllll-.S
"Niiw Toil "land lliiji" in the middle. "
a. OHtural leiid'r of men amoni; the plio.
tocrapliei-K iiiiecti'd the Admiral "(ict
voiir oftic r aiuund oti and let the com
lllllte" line up on eai h Md" Vour face
ib in a chado, Mi Morgan. Kmdlv
iiinio .iIkiiii oti" i-n.'P forwaid 'I ha lit
von (iel vour liai bacK a little, Mr. l,w.
Ilial - Utter. an t wo yet the Prince
in tlii"'' Oli, ery well Imii'I crowd mi
ol 10 thai otlicer ti"t to you. Admiral.
(i'.d: hold that
"Whoap. w"'r" not through yet, Vou
uiiitlemen pleiiH Mand itrulu mi wo i-an
mil a pieiiue of thinKroup dy thcmwlveK.
I urn tlii" way. dmirnl That's tb t-tufl .
Thank 4 Mold it. 'I hank you. Now t hie
ntli"l itrotip by iti-nf. .Spiead out more;
we dmi'i "i Herman Itiddor. 'lhrftV
lictti'i. Mr Itldder. That'll bo all now.
I'll. ink ,ou "
Tori'iiV-ion havinc been lliu obtained
Ih" Admiral t;ot, back to din original jilatih
and look tin committee Admiral Win
low . KK.Mii (-. imbaum and Abeam, l.ieut
i oiiimatider Sidlerc, Mr Vatiderbill and
ijo'inl Mm P'iii"lnrll. into hi cabin
I dir. cabin wa llowcr d""ked iiImi aloiiK
its "hue and fold wall, but not mi lav
ifblv an Admiral W in-low V. And heiu
a biu iHclui" of lh" KaiM'i- boliln a
tion i-nn-i'HiinluiK to that oceiiriei bv
l'ie.-w)eiit 'I .lit nboaid Hie Atiiei ic.tn ttaK-
.ri FORM W M'l.l.CIII...
i imini-ioiier Waldo, Mr. Kidder and
Id. Kuii. tattled .iIoiik ui Oeimaii wild
-oni" of Id" Mnllli" oflii"i. or billowed
lin- trail back to I'.imlihh when the (ier
iii. ui l eaded that wav In a coiner Hat
Admiral I'a-chwit ehalluie, with Mr.
low. In- Hull, Mi. Moinan and other
.-oiiiiiiilt"" ui"iiib"rr. l'p and down the
haul nariow cabin ol'-iiin laced (ieiiiian
on-" bovn padded iiIoiik with t.iler tiav
holdint; tlii; tda-M ol cliiii'ipaHli" mi ali-'o-luli'lv
lleeecvai v wl"tl toaM time liap el
fllon .In- ! a hip and a puff of a ciKaiette
ail I Iheii it m,i, tun., to uo mil into, the
unlulit "!' the ttmi deel. amun, fin Ilie
. ii. i. "! I ...if ....iim in, i,t .,,i
.in. mid bnii.k no fut tin i-delay Tlioio
Ii. el I i no i.-i-i IihihUiik;
.Vl" '. ',' ''V '''II"'!.- Mr 1W
-ml to iniial I'.im hw itz im Urn iMloi
Wi'UHERl( lallliR ,v CO.
f " Bh.-nc'beciiappomtcil
!i tJIScA. Pnr'o orof Vhis!
to his i;ijct
Kin); George V
( I-' MCIII)l.-S A CO.
ni:v yoiik.soli. .ur..rs
LEFT TO RIGHT: REAR ADMIRAL WINSLOW. GEN. HOWARD CARROLL. COMMISSIONER WALDO. DR. GEORGE F. KUNZ, HERMAN RIDDER. R. A. C
SMITH. SLTH LOW. J. P. MORGAN. JR.. ADMIRAL PASCHWITZ. DR. EDWARD HAGAMAN HALL.
FROM LEFT TO RIGH I :
of the ple.i'-uio of ciectinc vou and your
0 flicer- an I men 'i-niially (ml especially
lo "Mend lo you lb" U-t w -d. ol Mayor
Oaynor and Hi" curen- ol New 1i1U
Til" whole II V feel- I II 1 1 II 1 1 IM I bv yollj-
"Tliailk vou very tlUKh." leplled Ih"
Admnal "And if vou hould s-e Mayor
(Jnviior liefoti I hr.'" Hi" pi", 1-lie of
tin-el 11m Into I hiii" ' . 11 w ill Rive him out
thank- and U-i w iln- "
'I hat w.i lie- in-iit t.i forniili'v of
anv of the dappeuiim- ilurlnu Hip i-.i
Out on Hie "Jill (i-k Itlnle pletule Wire
taken and llfii Hi" party repaired ajln
In td" ipiai terdpel, fur farewell liand-Hhake-
Hut on .ii;aii' thinl-iiii; 11 over
Hi" cami'tu s'litad told evirvbndv in
11101111I nn. " more to ih" sun deck before
it wa loo late and the pally obliged
IIHII '. (ICS'S lOII AMIMhstlitu;
11)1) (irrmaii Amba-rvidor and Mr
Vanderbll. now depidxl thai it wa Ume
to net back lo Ine North Star s the
Amliai-fidor went over the side the kmv
KUii let Iim-e lan e more and fifteen shot
altetnalely l-aiit;i-d lowcid New- Voia
and New .Iprrey windows and sel them
nit I lin". a- th" MoMke uavti a p.itini
Milnte lo the Nmlj.tt-sadii!
Admiral W'inslow and hi- ILt s otlicer
then ii'lnrned to the Loui-i ma. tne com
lllittee I .t 1 1 !- 1 the I initio with Licit
Ahi-arn and heuleti for shnte und I'm
llai;-hip braced herself analnst tin-oii-laiinlit
or aflernnon visitor who al
ready were assi'inblitiK shoreward and
fiamitiK up tho crush thai soon boarded
tho .Moltkn till t-ho was net door to the
swampilm point and then overllowiil
lo Hi" deck of I In Steiiin and jlreiii"!i
lo whisper pveiiiillv, "Wonder which
oni) I-Hie olher prince that Prince i hris
lian, yuli know " And if you didn I
know Ilie Admiral-. Captain. Prince
and Il.lloli bv siiilil the ".nod naluied
lierman sailor were i;lml to help the
crowd by liirlnely poinlin out anv
celitbrlty Ih.il hoo in siydt
1 HOW ll limillll. HIIIIN (AMI
Some uncertainly h to tde etu-t nine
of tde arrival ol tin. (lermnii sdlp- drew
Mily iiii-nihm crowd lo the dtixe and
lo the 1 i'"" and other points of vantace
almii; tin-river side. Ili lore in , ,V
early coiners had irowded Hie lauditm
place and weie swarinini; iu Hiver-ide
Drive fiom Si'veiity-siiond street to
idioM' ISMli sliert Helnw Siventv.
sei oral urei I. clear down ko tin Il itleVv
Hare wa lianlly elbow loom tor the
thousand who were eager lo m-u tlin
appioucn nl the laier's war bn,il and
tlieir cscon Ilie cenlreJ of lileresl
were Ine two iiici-s that had been otll.'ially
latidlni; places, the Severn v -
n I ill ll slrii't w rirf lor ollleers and ntlle.nl
and civic snciel i..s ll... Vi,....i.. 1. . t.
I slic t wharf for the ahors and siuht
nr. I hi dUlim linn w,. 1,,-t j., 1,. 1
in the day lor so many Hioiivmd .eope
wanted to net on boaid or the MoliUe
and llm small 1 rui-ers ilril one dock
wasn't enonrh to aeeiiiiwiuwl.-.i.. 11......
und they ovrtIowij und took good na-
lunil poehioil of the KeU'n'y-Sl'Cond
clieet landing iil.ni".
I'et'hup half the liteii and women
who thronged the waternlil" vro of (icr
lilaii blood at least It "eelited mi, ami
Iliere wa no iullakliu: I heir pleni,!M
ami ptldc in a latlierlind Hint could
prmlncii mi (-plendid a warship a Id"
Moltlie In a comparativi'ly few year
of naval competition In "oeietto, as
family partle and c Indivldiia! Idey
i a me' from v cry v. here In the metropoli
tan dl-trlcl ltroollvn, VonUer. N'ewatk
ami .Iitm'.v City wer" tepre-enliil by
bin and io'vinl n'i"ii who rattled on Kuylj"
and who fairly foitiilil for a plac" in the
boi'lf that were plying between flilp
Mow general the interet wa may li'
indicated by td" fact that at II' M .
when the pt'e w.n ureale! at the Sv
ellt V-llilllll treet pier, iliere WerelililiKlini;
with tile jolly (ietiuati Chinamen in
dloue, alert and tdinrp eved ilap.ilii'M',
lew from Hie Kat Mid". Italian in holi
day dre, (Ireek. Tuil; and Spaniard,
altogether a co-iiiopolilini a crowd a
ever tiirned out. Th" iIuz.IImk i-uii)dli"
and Ilie fact that the Hliiw cam" In on a
.Sunday were partly repoiiMlilc, no doubt,
for tin'' imtneiiidty'of the crowd
VAN l)l! Rill LT, AMHASSADOK COUNT
I nn: snuvr.Nir. mi s unoir tticn
A usual, faker and souvenir M'tidr
prepared lor a harvest of -ilver i'le-ir
-hrill enc- 10-" above the hubbub ol id"
crowd They oilered nt to cent a p-i"l;-hr"
ol souvenir po-icard- which pi"iun-d
tli (ii'i.na i and Hie nieri in -uci- a.i.l
Ihur I'liaini.iiiiii--- or wtuc.t nore Hi.- Ini
p'T in I and merit"in arm- with ela-ip"d
hand- und ro"i:!i th" "hand- ae.-o Hi"
-a " They decnialed Hie crowd wi.a
hill" (ieiiiian and iii"nc.m lliip or wit it
hatband iu-"iib"d ".Mollii"" 111 golden
letters They sold ll'inollllll". .llldwiehe-
aud ti iiil and Hie lo-.v ground aero the
railroad tracks al lite fool of Seveiitv
miith sti.-"i was cluttered wild their
ware. Tnis di-lrict and 111 fact all n loin;
Hie riverside wa ileliithtliilly i;ay Ainia
billtv wa a i.ir.ietcri-le ot ilie crowds.
Police ln-i"Ctor Have, who neeib only
twenty men at tli'S"eniv. ninth street
pier, said he had inner seen a crowd hi
1 in: nivtKN sr. MOI.TM.
'11 ip dooniiiiK of th salute nun a hille
before II o'clock stirred the crowd. Tim
Ill s' impression thai most people seemed
to net o the Moltkc wa her ot raordliiarv
lenutti She made the hie; Ijoui-ii.ina, Ihti
ti'Mtpst American battle-hip, look sviuat
and chunky. The Mollkn at lir-t siVht
apjieaied to beall length, and no bre.iilih,
but the appearance v.t an illu-ion.
MHloilKli she i iltu feet loin; sh has
a 1 11.-11111 of " feet and tho immense, deolt
space wa noticcable.wheii oil" cot aboard
her. Her two funncli-i are low and of
1 enormous ftiith They reminded 01m of
J saw limits. Her mast, tin) slim, old
I style type discarded by tho American
navy, are mere pencil compared to tho
spreading lalltco lire control lual of thu
Iliad at thn bow, which at a distance
Moulted as sharp a a liiiil'e blade, the
.Moltkc has a low Irceboatd aft. another
point which dthtinKiilshcd her fiom Hie
I mod modern American ship. Sho
bulked ania.itiKly even 111. a short di
1 lane from the lug l.ouUiaua and seemed
to be greater than her l',ii:i2 tons when
mi" sized her up with the in, mm Ion Loiil-i-lan
i She ih busier even than Hip hijwst
American super-dreadnnuilhl., the Utah
laud Plorida, although of course not e(iial
lo 1 hem in linlilliiK power.
' The llremeti and the Stettin seemed
I ridiculously tiny as Mm sightseers looked
from the Moltkc to them Hut they are
only of ll.iuii ami :i,.Hki Ions resiiectively,
j not more ihau an up to dato i;unliont
I The llremen i marked bv 11 rum wdich
ptojeets far from Jier bow at Mm water's
'''IH'' and slopes away toward the deck.
1 "" '"'inn. puujjy ami piunip, lias little
lo dillerenliate her from any warship
of her class and sip
I'lloWPS HUNT t'I'ON IIUAUDIMI
'i'he t.ermatis hud not planned to recvivn
the public 1111I1I to-day, but thu desire to
co aboard wan so miens') thai the plans
. wen. uhiiUKcd, and by I P. ,M. boats of all
1 kinds went uiK'edini; back und forth
mrtwAmA ananli. .kn.. . l .
I people (.ailed paliciiMy tor a clnilic" lo
I make the tip, A l lulil plan ndoiiteil by
' I'Vili'tal ami city iitilhorilli h cuilicd the
r.iiii(ity of the boatuieii and eliminated
td" danpT and abu.-i - lh.it rave imval
' oftlcer no much worry and minoyanee
wli"li III" Atlaiitic lleei tuoliilied m the
I Thn liitmbiKit yentcrdav cartipil at
their prow-H little till pelllilllttn incrlbed
'with it Ill-urn which reireeiilrd their
,n.if" ciii,icily. and not one p-Tr-tm above
, that limit wa permitted In board them
Tin- boatmen were pe.-mijted to char;;" U
i cent for cacli pi'ton carried lo or from
.the f'dlpt., and Ihey were not allowed
jto m'II round ftlp ticket So the hid
den! of a I'mr moiuli ao, when thou
Mind. who had paid lor a round trip were
marooned on the American baltlehlp bv
dihonel boalmrii. were not reported
SUierinletident ol I Inch Miuiley, reire
.etilliu; Dock t'oiuml-iMoner Tomkin.
with a i-ta'T of d'ckmatcrrt and patrol
clerk, kept no vigilant an eyu on the
boatmen that all of thein had to ileal
fairly and proei ed cuitioii-ly
ost: Acctiii'.xr nd iioaiman i.hm:s
I Tliere was one accident, and it cost the
VON BURNS TORFF, AND ADMIRAL
offendim; boatman hi licnse Patrick
McCabe, runiilns the launch Mollie.
humped Hie sloop l'llll'll" oil Nilletletll
street and nearly s i led hi pa "liters,
am mu wlnmi v ere lour wonicli Thomas
O'lt'uirk". clerk to tho Miperint"iid"iil ( f
li.i.'kv wa nearby in a patnc boat II"
Uot th" th pitched 'passenger it-dore and
liromptlv tii'ii, Metalie's lu-ens'i away
from In in.
o llourke hid t do sotii" tall hii-ilinu
n Keep v.atcd ovi-r the river liii had
ottlv one ti.itrol hunt and h" lO't'ded slv
The rubberneck siptadroii utt iri valelv
owned bo-it- were too few and small to
accommodate tn.. siulu-eers, but the
MoMk" and Hi" oti..i- (ii-rncin ships
li'rried llioiis.inils 111 Hi it- roomy, sul"
liarum whii'd were towed bv the war
ship' steunors. Hut tMe rush f ir planes
in tho Moltke's Imivih was more than
.... 1.- 1....1 1.. 1 r 'i'i ..1..
iiu.n.si 11. ei ..a. ki I'lvu 1" I n- ui.eiej
trip alter trip I mm noon until 5 P. M ,.
but, nt least Ill.uoa peoiile who hoped to
tret a closn view of the battle crui-or were !
disappointed At that It was estimated 1
that at least Ui.imu were received on the J
flagships by Admiral vo'i Kebeiir I'asch
r.wtf 1111: Moi.i'M.'H mans cofi.uN'r '
Toward tho middle of the afternoon
there was hardly room on the Moltkn 1
for people Ui put their feel i Horn who 1
were yoitni; and spry enough to date il .
swarmed from the boat up tint sides of1
the Moltko by elimbini; on to the furled ;
torpedo nets'aiKl then lifting themselves .
lo Hid deck. Hundreds got. back to their
bonis 111 th" K.UUU way, and many just
escaped a duckinn. The Moltko's o'llicers 1
woriied hard 10 iieep ine crown inovmi;
evenly, but at times Iliere was a conges,
lion at thn port i;atu;way that was ac
tually dangerous lliindreds or stoul
(lertnans wlio had U'ttii uec.ed or
trodden oil diirlui; these cnislien sighed
thankfully when limy not back inshore.
ANAH-ril mi si:ii 1111, I'istNfi'.N
I'll" cuiiosily of the visitors wa im
mense Tli"y were intetostcd iu all de
tails. 'Ihey wanted lo see Lieut. Prince
Christian or lles-."-l'hilippshabllaich-leld,
Princfl Henry WWII ol ll'iis.
Lieut. Haron von Setui"hiln-i-lireU"V ami
M idshi 1 in 111 11 Haron oli LielH'iisten.
Piinca H'Mirr win in duty In the ultnr
noon as oftlcer of 1 lin deck, and with Prince
Christian wau cciilr-jnf ini"et. Voitni;
women commented favorably and a'idiblv
iihiii Hie Kin l looks of Hie tall, slim yoiiuL;
Priiic"s,wlioati)i'ured at tinii'sto ba'mlldly
uinused liy I lit Interest they attracted.
Admiral miii Kebeiir Paschwity, was not
accpssibli) mcelit. to members of Mip
Mayor's committee. Shortly alter the
.Moltko anchored liear-Adiuiial Winslow
and staff culled on him and then ho went
1111; liiivn o:; thi; gasman r.itii'.'i,
Visitors were shown every nook and
cranny of tho ship, Junior ofllcprH p
cortPil whole tiermati societies to I lie
mess rooms anil saw to it that they wero
provided with uomctliing that goes, with
a dcirtv to.i I lo Mm Kmperor. TIip
wiilor fratcrnied with th" vMtorH and
p.xplaineil whatever ecemod to !' inter
t'HlltiK. Tln'V ill-played the iiipiiii r
the iI.i.v'm t'lealn, which liullcalcd I nil I
Ilie Ivn'ln'i'V i-ailoriiiPti ate pretty well
ted. I-W bie.-iMiihl they hall bread and
butter, rojia, beef and cofleo. Al lunch
ci.n llicv alp bie.nl and butter, onion
Moup, liied rtleak, polalo"M and frull,
with a choice of coffee or licpr. Ami tho
bill of faro lor dinner wa heof, potatoe",
chee.-e, bread tuid butler and tea. The
iiipiiii on Hip l.ouiiiiiia was: llrcakfiiHt.
no ! and bi'.in. c.il.up, lucid and butter
ii id colic-: dinner. Iried Htejk, onion
xravv. roai potatoiv, "to'ted com, rice,
apricot, nike. bread and butter and
cortpe; huppcr, corn bet I', potato naiad,
pie. brp-.ul. butter niul cocoa.
Another matter Mutt itii"it".td vtitor
to the Hernia u ship, wiim the pay of ofllcprt
and men, I'hpv wpih told thin. Hour Ad
I mlral on HcU'iir-l'uHchwitz reculven
! l.niHi mark a month, that. Hip Captuiti
idrav.- tiki, whiU M'liior and Junior Hon
li'iianl irel ma and 2iitnmrltK reti',ctlvi,ly.
To (he eiilWed until i paid iu marks i
1 (.IctinlR liioiitliiy.
(.O(ll) I.OOKINO .SAll.llll Mi.N.
, A moro Htalwart, healthier company
of sailors probably has never neen teea
In Ibis port. Youthful, most of them,
rosy chii'ked, blue eyed and yellow haired,
I liny went an agreeable study, and the
v'-ilor went away impressed with Ilie
iwtloii thai lh" Kaiser's -hip are splen
didly manned Atniit Mil of the thn' crews
llol shore leave yesterday and were
show 11 around tow'n or entertained by
i-'itmiiitlees trom (icrman societies. Petty
ollii-i-ts w.-tii along with most, of thi;
lili-riy panic-, not. a was eplulned,
ls'c.111-" (he . .tlicl's were apprehensive
of desert ion, but IvciUsD it is till custom
iu th" (iei man navy.
No visitor wer" permitted on board
ll" ships after .I P. M., but to-duy and
tor the remainder of the slay hero sight
seers will l. weleniiie. It was said yester
day that visitors would le permitted
aboard from to A. M. until 5 P .M.
Mt.sv vttr a mi:ki can siiii-s 100
lnt"ie' wa not entirely centered on
tne lierman ship Many went out to
see the Loui-dami Kau-a-, New llamp
s'l'ue and Soii.h 1 arolina The squadron
1- ctiminatideil by Hear dmiral Cameron
Mcll Winslow. Ill- Hat; lietitenat is
l.ieut II I-' oghuiim. -lr . a son of the
cck'br.it.-.l artist Lieut I.. II. Lacey is
the Vdiiiiral's aid Cap; ltoi;rs Wells
conunaiiils the Lnui-iana. with Com
mander 1 T Holme as dis navigator.
Ilie Ivans. i is commanded bv ( 'apt J. A.
. HiKig"v et r, in.. St !tamp-)nr bv
apt .1 11 Oher and lh" South Carolina
by dpi I II. 1111,1- siKiwden.
Id" Vni.'i n-.tti nttliers were warm in
rais.. 1.1 th-'ir Herman cie-t and of th
atll" i-rui-er Moltkc Admiral Winslow.
I.ieiii 'iiaiii-i ommatider Sellei., who has
1 11 .ct'iig a aid to Hear Admiral von
i;.-ls'tji I'.fil.witr and other n tr i.-a 11
olli.-ei sai t th.i' Ih "'nii.ii.s had shown
tlii'lli-i'I.e- In be 1 d(ti;!itl'ully cotll
pauioiiai'l" 1 ompauy.
1 t.-v 11: ii' nn itMi mini:
"We dad an eay trip up the coast."
add Admiral W'uislow. "The ships came
.il.-ng at a steady sixteen knots until wo
made pott, lew signals were made.
Coining 111 I asUed Hear Admiral von
Iteheur I'aseliwit. if our smoke was
bothering him and he signalled Kick
politely thn it wa not. W'e Killed iu
three line.i. the Germany on Hie outride,
the es.'ori of Iv.itlesliip in th" ci'Iitro
and the de-trovers to landward
tdnur.il Witislow thinks that the Moltko
is Ilie linest i-e of her class afloat.
".she can easily make the Iwenly-nine
lai.itH with which she i credited." he
slid, "and her onicers ImhcM' lliev could 1
g"i t lint v "ill or her I wid we had 11
few ship-, nf her class In our liav."
I'll" Xihmr.il, as well at. other American
ollii-eis, declined to ptpres an oiinion
ns to what sort nf show dig Hi" Moltkn
would mak" in a light with battleships of
the Vtuertcin dieatltioiight Ijpn, but
U..IM.. It... 11.,,. ,.l1l.u. ........ ...
... j , .MH.TJI-t ilH' IIIVIIll-Ml
to think that tln Imttle cruiser would lie
iimrn man a niHicli tor ships of the Louis
iana class, although she would ls over
whelmed probably by a Utah or a I'lorida,
a tys which is nearly her eipnil in ton
nage and much superior in armor pro
tection and iirmati'.oiit
GERMAN SAILORS FEASTED.
They Mnrrh .Wteninrfl to Trrn
Theatre mrrlrnn Tr Along.
While Ke.ir Admiral von Ueheur
I'iifichwltz nnd his ofllccrs were belnR
dined by the neutMCher Verein last
niKlit two bundled tura from the Moltkc,
the Ilrcnicn und the Stettin were eiit
liu; dinner Iu Mirnnerehor Hull, nt 203
Kind Kltly-t-lxth Klrect uh the Rues-ts ot
the Muriwn Journal. Alonst)ldo the
Herman muIIoih were three hundred
Ann rlcau bluejai hets from the South
I'aiollna, the Louisiana, the Hansen nnd
Hie New llanipKldre, who had been com
minified to accept the Invitation cent
llieir varloiia commanders. .Strancely
enoiiKli nearly all thu American loyn
could fpeiiK Uerinan mid lcn vnmi
wltli the Hermann. Kw-rybody went
to the theatre after the dinner wan
The tar were rniiKed around Ions
tables In Mirnnerehor Hull. Unit a Ger
man, then mi American, and they pot
nway manfully ' with whutever wan
brought before them, One needed only
to liuve Klanced nt the prnHpeetlve
menu for lant nlKhl'H meul on board
the Moltlto to bo certain Unit the olives
and other horn d'oeuvrcH that appeared
on the fi-Htlve tallica were reul luxuries
for the dlllel-K.
There were n few Hpeeehen. UtiHtuvc
Si hwcppciidlcli of thu Moriien Juurmil
told the uiickIh bow- elml lu.x-nu tn m
them til there, autl Capt. BrcuUc), ald
to Atltnlrnl Paschwllz. Npenklni; In flcr-'ttti'l
mail, told of the lino reception the tier-
nianH Imvo been KcttltiK evprywhere In
thin country, lie hoped that In the fu-
tnrp the frlpntiidilp between dcrtnany
and Hip I'nltcd States would be as
"I can't mini up my feclliiKs In the
matter nnv better." hp concluded, "than
bv ilrnlnhic tnv KlaH. to the President
of this rnitid Htatc.i."
When the fcastlnu was over the men
clambered down several llluhlM of utalrH
Into the ftreet and rnneed lhemelveM.
an American, then u (Jertnan us at table,
In the middle of the roadway. Thu war-1
rant ottlcern from the Herman ship.
went up and down Hip line. cnlllni? off
the niitncH of their men, and each tnr
MtiicK tin ills nana uiien iiik turn cnnic.no ki an iuiikiim up aim mj; 1 mi
A hIkiiiiI wum Riven, and off marched
the tars live nbreuot toward ITfth ave
nuu. followed by a crowd of upppr Kant
HIiipI'k. Thu cavalcade linn not neen
lonK in motion before It burst Into "Pic 1
WiiL-ht Am Itheln." and to that tmip Hip
tarH inarched all Hip way to Mip theatre. 1
At Fifth avenup and I'lfty-alxth Mreet 1
the band Heparated Into f-uunl com-
fiiinleH. one Kolnir to the Winter (Snrden.
and the other Kolnp: throiiKh to It road -
way and then down to the Uroadway '
Theatre. Thev couldn't all ko to thei
same iilaec, It was explained, because
thev tould have literally brought dnwn
Al ilm W'lnlBr ttiirrlen the t.nilor wow
dlKtrlbutpd tiiroll'di the boe and loct'H
and whilo the majority or the vlnitors
could not underHtand KnglUh they at)-
platiiled Ktrenuoiifly wnpn tney cot. me
cue from their fellow- sailors. A fow- iietty
onienrs wern alo liresent.
Ai Joisoti. 1110 comeoian, wno 1 a
flerman'by birth and who succeeded In ,
Kettlnir Capt. Hostron of the Carpathia
to maKo a speech at tho sain theatre
hint. week, did hi liest vith l.ieut. h'eim
or tho Moltkc. The vNitinR naval oftlcer,
howpvur, simply lowcil hi acknowlpdRp-1
incntM from hi lox. Then the orchestra ,
nluveil !)! W'ncbr am fthnin" and the
audience stood tip and sanp. Then catno
"America"and threo cheer for the visitors.
It was midnight Ix.'fore tho concert was
WHAT GERMANS DO TO-DAY.
Admiral Fnachnltr. Will Call nn
Mayor Dinner In the llvrnln.
The. programme arranged by the
Mayor's committee for the entertain
ment to-day of the German Admiral
and hln officers and sailors begins nt i
0 A. M. I
At that hour Rear Admlralon Re-'
hour Paschwltz will receive vl'lts froai 1
the Commander of the Department of!
the 13aat. the commandant of the navy
yard and the German Consul-General.
At 10 A. M.. the German Admiral, hlai
staff and visiting captains, accompanied j
by the American Admiral, his staff and I
the captains of the American ships will
call on Mayor Caynor at the City Hall.
The Mayor with the members of his
committee will receive them.
Then the German Admiral will visit
Governors Island and the navy yard,
after which he will be escorted by mem
bers of the Mayor's committee to the
l.-mrllnt- nl V..t Tn-nnt v.t lilrrl iilri...
While these culls of ceremony arc being 1
maae uerman anu American omcera
will be taken on automobile sightsee
ing trips by representatives of the
Mayor's committee and will be enter
tained ut luncheon.
At 3 P. M. the Mayor will call on
the. Gennnn Admiral on the flagship
Moltke and will pay a visit to Hear
Admiral Winslow on the American flag
At 7:30 P. M.. the visitors will be the
guests of honor nt an ofllclal dinner
at the Waldorf-Astoria. Mayor Gaynor
will preside nnd there will be addresses
by Count von llerustorff, the Gorman
Ambassador: Mayor Gaynor, Rear Ad
miral von Itebeur Paschwltz, Rear Ad
miral Winslow and Seth how.
While the official dinner is progress
ing' 750 of the German sailors and
as many men from the American squad
ron will be entertained by the Deutscher
Krlegerbund nt Bulzer'a Harlem River
In addition to these larger affairs
various German societies have made ar
rangements to provide amusement for
small parties from lh" visiting squadron
at theatres and elsewhere.
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Antoni Nedzed, a ten-year-old boy, who
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Astoria, decided ycterday morning while
eating breakfast that it would be 11 tine
thing to get a sight of the de-man battle
cruiser. unchored in the Hudson liiver.
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mhiIoiik about church limoliu hllipr
' out of thu hotlm) without t-ayin boo t .
aliyboily and Marted afoot for M,m
' Hp found a pine on Hie dock al th
. foot, or .Seventy-ninth Mn-el, whetc ,.
'could wo I'VerythiliK thai van Koine ,.
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Pretty Hoon aloiiR cauu; Poliiviiiiin
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