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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1916. :
JURISTS, LAWYERS AND WALL STREET MEN. FOLLOW IN THE PATH OF MAYOR MITCHEL
ALL THE FOYS GIVE v
BUBBLES FORTH AS
- MAYOR LEADS WAY
CHEERS TO ACTORS
ComeillHll's Progeny T'ustorl t
(Mven Points ami lienote
Cue lo Apiiniil.
tfl font Procession SfnrtM Krom
(in Mull on Time and
. " '
Take It fiom 110 les a t r
v ( rows at It (ioos.
j TilK SIM HIT (IF TIIK DAY
, Mmo M Mud came clnn the stops of
City lla'l at cvielly 11,30 o'clock. Ho,
umuu mm mv pninu eianeo irom
.ttinl sped ami lh.it the cllv'a rlocel was
Imvlni: Dim of its trutliftit ilays, the pro
oJHlnn uiovnl cvicily on time,
t Kvcil the e.iitliu nil.nlttril that It tot
under vvn nt ? X,
Ity th.it tliiu' tin- .Mu. Mir, pniislnf nn
the curb In fiunt of tltc hull with Hen.
Woo'l nml A linlr.il Hsher to lie rlMlel
byn ratiicni Imttery, had got Into hi
rarrlaKO with hi' secretary, Theodore
llouseeau : Col. Wllllnm Harhour, chair
man of the turn.le committee, and
Rofier W. Allen, the committee' execu
The tlcneial ami the Admiral with
thalr nlrls hart rnlerril n carrla-e next
In line, the sixty cutaway coated cltl
letts who were the .Mayor' executive
committee nml civilian -scort. headed
by Charles (?. filmier, hail Hunt dressed
themselves Into four lines of refulgent
iMk h.ile. niniinteil nml plain clothes
police hail surrounded the Mayor's group
then l.'ol. Sherrlll, the urn id marshal,
out In front of Col. A. V. tfehermerhorn
nnd Major A. It. Whitney nnd hi start
of twenty-five on horseback, raised hli
llvcr baton, flipped It once, twlca and
the! march had begun.
Not forsettlnc that t.leut. Hilly Ken
net the City Hall Arcus, sat up on tne
bo besl.le the driver of the Mayor's
cafrlaifp and was hnlled as lien. Wood
by more than one shouter along the
Clear Plelil for Parade.
Thanks to the police lines, the tenders
of the parade had a clear f.jld for their
much npplauded exit acrora the City
Hall plaia nnd up Park How and Centre
street past the Municipal Ilullillng. Just
north of thld building, the first of the
tributaries, (5.500 city employee, mar
s1in,lled by Joseph Hnrtlgan. Commis
sioner of Weights and Measures, Joined
the main stream. The tlrst placurd that
rnme Into view, held aloft by the dtaml
nrd bearer of tradesmen wnltlng In a
side street for their turn, born the one
word "llubher. ...
And the tlrst nf the remarKaniy rew
signs of hostility to the purpose of the
dnv wns encountered at Uuane street
tn.'i lifter Col Sh-rrlll and the Heventh
Itralni'' t Hand hud turned the column I
tntu l.afavetle Mreet, At that corner
Mood n diimpv man fastened to a square,
Pt .aidl'o.ird lettered 'Antl-I'repare.'M
H was trln- t" make a speech to the
MiimI.-'iimI Hand when n policeman cleft
a tail- In the sidewalk 'crowd nnd shot
Mr. Mill tlirmitti ll to mo rar uaea-,
Krom tne wail1 Ol Wie imiiDfimn
four Anurl -an ling". The fortunate for
the moment pi isouer In cells on the
lfnette stteet side could be seen peer-
log it.m n on tne niKiiway epeciaeie.
Pomnhlne Invisible to the prisoner
num in- j. -,-
nil in in; ini"iiuni. 1...U. ....... .....r-.. .
n'ld wine tm soiithw-nrd over rant now.
IM.. . ..n.l .., I,, .vl. In, I In
V.r.Je'V r..i 7; Ai fVrr-
w.r iimnv Winks In the lines until the I
blnla.,.. s.ii.k out nf sight. Some march-,
' ' r i
rrs. gues-ed that the army had sent one ,
cf Jts few aircraft up as ono of the day's
Mil? or Carefully Cuarded.
At this tlnie there were sixteen
mounted policemen and fourteen plain
olnlhes men surrounding the Mayor's
cnrrlaiie. F.vcn when two of the cavalry
wo of the cavalry '
Vv.eir i.ti.i ehenrteil Ailmlr.il I slier
nd Oen. Wood the Mayor and hi. party)
..n .,,a ti,,! in., .v.iii.1
hafdly 1 seen from the sidewalk. There'
"m m?y tluiusinds of pens aU
along the mute fron, City Hall to Madl-1
on Square who didn't know that under
one, of the silk hats whose gleam they
faw occasionally over the backs or police
horses was the Mayor of New York.
Thht piobably explains a noticeable ah
settco of applause except from window
n4 roof observers whose view was un
obstructed. Turning west from I.afaette stteet
the parade headed gayly through West
Fourth street and Into Washington
Hnuore. At 10.10 o'clock Col. Sherrlil
rode, beneath the Washington Arch. The
square held what the theatrical sharps
call ri capacity house. At the same mo
ment the sun threw off Its spring over
mat nnd made doubly cheering the eight
nf myriad flags carried by the marchers
and waved by the spectators) massed In
the square and along the rldewnlks ntul
from the roofs and windows of lower
Friendly faces were to be seen In the
windows of the old Hrevoort Hotel at
llightli street, long a plan- of teudui
vous for French people In New York.
On the o.iltonlcli of he hotel were trloie
women than men. Their handclappln
was. bfetowed Impartially on tho Mayot
and on 'Uen, Wood and his carriage
mate, the commandant of .the New York
Applause for Wood.
The sidewalk observers who could see
and recognize the occupants of trie sec
ond carriage singled out Oen. Wood
for their applause. To them he seemed
to personify the spirit of the prepared
ness parade. Hut as has heeii Intimated,
there were In these early hours few
points at which applause for anybody
could ne described as uproarious. Like
t lut 111111 anil w onion who were walking
four miles to demonstrate their serious
lu(eiet In strengthening Uncle Hani's
nrm muscles, th' men and women and
even the babies along tint line were
(TiaVt i.uhir than hilarious.
Although, speaking of bahles, a four
; eai'.iild Im.v sitting on the Fifth avenue
ni b ri Ninth strict appeared to be de
voting bis life 10 slicking 11 batch of
fro-ld) i'lii'".ei gum on hs bare knee
umI hauinieiitig It down Willi his tint.
Acro'-s the avenue ut Ninth street was
swung Hie llrsl of the large lettered ban
Here tin .ippeared along the avenue.
Its message' was! '
: Olve t'p Yoiit v.i.H'Uin ,n Vnur Country
Just below the I'latlton Ilullillng the
rent of the fiont parallels stopped while
tlie Jlnyiir ami 'he other reviewing nil!
errs behind fast trotting horses were es
curled to the review It
avenue and Twenty-sixth street. - Then
tho column pressed on up the avenue.
Above Twenty-sixth Mtreet viaf niiolher
bannor whereon the National Security
: AMCIIir vri A IV A Kill
Onf tie it( Hint pnapeiltv nnim I,,
t mane e, ute iiti.li,, i ihihiI. men!.
I Uoilien "nil ehlldrrii list, I )i(r .,.
I rotle srv he '
Tht vanguajd harl now reached a zone
In which virtually every building dls- (
played Hags, festooned along the walls,
waving briskly from staffs in the fresh
breeae or personally manipulated by ,
hands stretched from oixmi wlndnvvs.
The Waldorf. Altmnn'a, TlffanyV vir
tually all the landmarks of the avenue.
Including the residences of Mrs. Helen
Oould Shepard, the Vanderbltts and
other posessors of well known name- -displayed
the emblem of preparednexs
The Hetenth detriment band nnd the
luunleliial band, behind whloh walked
the fi.oOii city employees, were several
beats apart In plnyhiB "America, I I.i.u
Tou," but who cared?
Ilallril li TrnmV.
At Tim t) -fourth street the head of the
procewlim hatted for the tlrst time, ex
cept for the lull III nppro'ichlnK the re
viewing stinil. That was heiue there
was n quarter of a mile or si nf oroi
town cam and other lured up tratlli: to
be wnell acrosi the nnue by the m
llre. Now aiiothei bunnei this Just
below Thirty-eighth street:
We know- mi are for prepnr'dnes.
Now iirm II.
.loin th Natlnnal Ouarrl.
CmII hi any arnior un) tlni".
A great sign on the Fifth avenue fide
of lnP fnlon League Club nt Thirty
,K,t, street, which biased with ile
trlcity last night, read .
Absolute ami tlnnialtn,! Loyalty
t our country.
The Hnlon League aln had a review
.,j ii. ,jn,l,r. nt-,.,'l,.,l above
HIP SiUL'WHIK. I1PIU OIII lU'UUl
inen whn insete-rs. of the j-.rn.te. r.le.l ,
! but later It was full. Thai anci-nt
vantage imlnt for 1 nlon I.eaguers. t .e
i..t. .. i. ..!.... nroitm I unr w.
.".', ."" 7. n, m. e '
teniuorarv structure necunimodateil
more than the window- could have
Iollp- , ,, ,,..,(
P.xcept for Washington and Madison
s,,u..rer the open area In front of the
Piibllo Library was tlie city a musi vopo-
1,,,.: I.-.:...- i.,M, ..r me r.,iit.i ami
'T""" I . V. V Ti . .i7. e w
vl 11,1 ei-!"' 'i' . .....
nbave the sldew.'HK was to nmu mu m
" l"ln f'J K ,h'
l-rade us thousands found out ho
reached the library en-lv e nouKh lo
loveted iipiiorlunity. The
were distinctly ami eheeifully vWI.I.,1
way of bringing ciimp sbiols. j
Thr..;' of ,1 eVrade ctosd the
v. ;? ZXn , ,0-..'
Sk Xi Sl I
treel fori miarr of a
l W g k vl cWl a Tk
rmk bv the traffic men. also thai
thrifty conlractors who are demolishing
a building nt the southeast corner had
mnde bleachers out of some of tile
wreckage and were doing very well at
no much a sent
Delnionlco's diso uved two nags done
le. electric hullis SliVrrv's waved a Hair
or two. At the National Democratic
Club, below Fiftieth street, It wa ladles'1
day. Judging by what one tw In the
windows. A little further on one of the
biggest flags seen oiiywhere was sus-
perilled between the twin spires of St.
Patrick s Catliedr.i
Sprint for lllevatnr.
At 11 ill o'clock the Seventh Iteglmcnt
hand turned from the avenue Into Knst
Fifty-seventh street and sprinted for the
elevated to gel downtown and to do It
all over again. In Fifty-seventh street
the pnraders scattered.
The KtiN's marcher went down the
nvenue to see what was happening tu
front of 400, between Thirty-sixth and
Thlrty-aevenlh streets, opposite Tif
MMlng torn down and there l a wooden
fany s. The nulliiing at mat numuoi
loof over the sidewalk. un tills roof - , , , , . .. .. ...
sat a ruddy faced man with a gray inns- five .iiinut.s late and the all Mreet
tache. Ho was holding a good sized . -ntlngen Increase., Hie ilel.iv. How
photograph of Col. Itoosevelt framed 1 evci ,,11 ,t time wan valuable tn Jus
with red. white and blue ribbon, About '''' Vrd. and eiiteri.iliilng to the ciowd
every other minute tho mini arose nt.d. ! h"1 "it' he.l him drill his distinguished
waving a cane In one hand and the pho- 1 1""' company.
tograph In tho ortier, ahouted Bt the pa- . In the tlrst line were: Supremo Curt
Hitlers" Justices W II. .laycox, Francis M Scott,
'Now. three cheers for Theodore ' A. (ilegeiiih. Harlow H. Weeks,
Itoosevelt and iiienarednia!"
The response that
, . ,
it lie got was curious.
cheered and hissed In
)elS. 1 1 111 llll M V tlO
The first parndera
about equal numbeis, ilradually tho
cheers drowned out the hisses. The
younger the marchers the more abundant
the crlea :
"ll'ray for Teddy! He's the boy!"
Vmirle nlwuvii 111 th later stnerSH tlie
hi.on.vs outnumbered the hisses, with
here and lleste a man shouting: "Take
It down, ' What's the mailer with
Hughes'" Or. "What's the matter with
ig horses were es. , T)p .nuuder- of Hooaevelt kenlluiHid company caplaln. There were Mauls
ig Blond at nrth I i,.,,, flp lllrk ,m,u t, (.hglneers illvi- Iratrs Charles W App'eton, Charhs N,
slou ciime along
Fiom these hundreds
men he evidently expected
g. Hut there wasn't a sound
exeen i for a si unit.' voice:
"Sit down, T, It, hasn't got a dog's
Neverlheless. the lloosevelllaii etttrk
day. Koine marchers mis-
put there by lleorgo Per-
peeled he wiih
kins or mavtio n lender of tlie opposition
to tlnd nut something for political pur
poses. Hut ttoNidy knew for sure nnel
tho man wouldn't even tell who he was.
llUJl.il II I I 1 I 1
I'lioln eopvrlght by Paul Thompson.
Left to right B. L. Allen, vice-president Colum
bia Trust Company; Samuel Sloan, vice-president
Farmers Loan and Trust Company; A, K. Wood,
president Franklin Trust Company: T. L, Eldridge,
vice-president Empire Trust Company; Charles W.
Van Kleeck. secretary Fulton Trust Company;
MOST TALL HATS SEEN
IN THE LAWYERS' DIVISION
Ex-,Iudge Alton B. Parker Acts as Marshal for 1,500
Members of the Bench and Bar Many
Noted Men Among Marchers.
Lx-Juilgu Alton II Parker, marshal
: of the lawyers'
division of the great '
nnradc. ceitalnly had an
,,t-, , .luST
Hy the time Judge P.trker took his flrxt I
salute at It mad way and Cedar street a)
,,.,i r ,,-.-i.-k the adjutant, (.apt
- ... I
Arthur F. Cosby, had a large and dl-.
iinir r. -
cuiKhtU nujorlty of the I'ltj's heiwU ;
. I I Inr. ll (- I lV I I 111 II I
ail. I liar ill i w "
i ....rn, into Nassau -two regt-,
,,,,. ... ... i,.ittlionsevery one ot ,
Mc hl,m,,.rB 0i,i dory
. .,.,.,,. ., ..nn.. irmb.inil with'
and wealing a wh t. arnitM n wiiu
., blue letters And Mar-
.,,, ,,,r,;Pr ,,. ,. on the greate-t ,
"" 1 ""'ir .. ... .. ....
concent rat lot: 01 11111 rim "
Trr.. was Just one other arrangenient
. t,i ti,..n t .'ii.iier.ied the
. ,'nd line of the bench contingent, but
mostly concerned Supreme, i oun jumicc
.lulu. Ford, the captain of the second
line in. lie.. Font waJU"t llli-ll llllHy
f , h'Kl '" llu. ,1,
- . , o ;.,;-,;
a.l on M, tig., --J-;-'i-
."nielli, matter for Justice. Ford to
'''l'''' Tho lawyers' division was
- Jf--- "' ,u W"
lhtg In time.
It would haw been dime.. It to nnd i.
more Imposing c lu.nii from the Hatter
t" Columbus Circle lli.iu the first Links
of the first battalion, tlrst teglment, of
the law era' division. Hegln with Judge
I'araer, eve.) inni i. iiiiirnii mnii,"
down the In". III. aids wete John !.
Ml.liurn. .niuge inm.v . . nnn'ru. e, .-,
S Stnnwoo,! Menken, fornier Secretary
"f War Henry L. Hliliivm. John M
Howers, Francis l.y.ide Slets.iu, (Jeorge
1. lngr.iham, Paul D. Cravitji. Ilownnl
Tnvior anu ' narics i .iiiiiai, u wo.uu
have been plain they were alils even ir
inty naiin i worn winie siiou.tier ensiles rranris n. .aicaiioo; i.ioyn r. Mtyiter. noon. While their bosses down below
witn gold letters to Inform the less In- Assemblyman Msrsh, (leorge W. While- wfTe waiting for the summons to march
formed. side, tieorgs It. Cftlifleld. Senator J. oltlce bos up above were tossli.g miles
Ma,vhew WhIjiwi Ight, William L. Hutch- of ticker Inpe to the breizo and wall It
Mnn .lodges tn Line, kiss, 11, Aytnar Sands, Howard Taylor, Ing ll drape the peo"ile In the street.
Itehlnd that staff of Judcr. Parker's1'"'"1"""1 "'Inthrop. Phelan lleale, The city will prollt. for. iiccoiMIng to
were two score Stale, Federal, city and
'utility Judges and Justices and n dozen
or more magistrate, who beaded the
la wj era' division Into Hroadway In step
with the martial llaro of the Seventy
first Heglmi'tit's band Just after 4 Ma
o'clock The column had planned to
, Jf-' r""n '?
. I nomas ! I'ontieity, iienty n. llotchklss
' el,..,,.,,, f Stlie'.e.i M U ,., I..,..
" J- ' ; . ;.;Vv ), fr I, ,i,e
liUll'lll ailll .llllltl liOff 111 the second
line under .luMfi l'"ord were Judge Hob,
ert J. Wilkin, Judge Franklin lloyt,
Justice Cornelius F. Collins, JustUe John
II. Mayo. Justice f'Mwnrd La Fetra, Jus
tice C. L. (luy, Judge McAvoy, Jusllcy
H. Delahanty, Jtnliie Norman S. Dyk
Judge Mitchell .May and Judge Hubert
ril' magistrates cinin next. wi"i
Clilif Maglsttate William (I. Mi'Ailoo as
Harris, Oanlel F Mutphy. Noiinan J.
Mar-h. Samuel ), Levy. W "nice Cob.,.
Ftiimis X. Miguade, Joseph M I 'etiti,
, Piier Harlow, Charles J. Modd, A. II
Hteeia, Paul Kiotel ami l''iederlch
Former Fulled Stales circuit .Itnlg,
I.. Henry in'oiniii' niiM nave hint a
' Phn'O up there among the ci lehrllles of
the front Hue. but Judge Lacombe, who
served In the 'ivll wn. with Ih" Seventh
Heglmenl. hud practised up a bit durln;
the mot n Ing hours, so he caplainrd a
AND SCIENTISTS IN
Owen Ward, second vice-president Lincoln Trust
Company ; Samuel S. Conover, president Fidelity
Trust Company, and T. Stallknecht, vice-president
Lawyers Title and Trust Company.
Below Members of the Naval Consulting Board.
Left to right Peter Cooper Hewitt, Thomas A.
Edison, W. L. Saunders and Hiram Maxim,
company In the Set end It.ittaltou -ml
-'a 10, ni iui i ... ,1 lr . ,
l'"l " O l II I...I. 'Hl .III.. r-r-ni ,
. , X!jll,.,,nl ll,,.r,l nni..e frln.ul I
Hefoir noon to know whether or not
they had changed that right turn since
'II,., ,i.. .. Hi, I I... ,11,1 Hint vrv
HI"'- I ll" Jllllhf Will- Jlll I II I III..-
fll olnt hut whfn Plim ,0 ,
--. nnx riui i-ui ....
inan htnr at the lietul of hi oomputiy lie ,
' " - ' '-
Wlrkeraham Kept lln.
ituartets at the hetul of Cedar street
at Hroadw.iy, Cornelius V. Wlckerhatn. j
n , nm ,n hp tgh ,
i,,,.,,,,,,,. x... wi..u,.r,h... 1.1.1 stood ..t
v ' . " "r",,,,m'"" -......
.Passim auu ceuar trreis answering
imf'sitoiis nnd Is.snlne oolite otilers from
(Jl k. when the la.t of the Uisuran. e
,,,., ..i,,i ,.i r .1,., .......t i ,i,
, Uwm. ,1v,,(, R0, u;lrr Hay
jir. wickerslinm. Major Itobert Mlzet
of t10 Seventh, Caid. Cliarles C. Car-
kr.ti 1' S A. retired ami Allan 11
Foster and Philip J. MeCook were about
lira I,, mrlii. ltti the n'i riit.bei-.
of the dlvlslioi. hut the ie! of the
mnichcra cntne along soon after-
The aids of the lawyer' division
Olney. Jr.. Jose,,,, Nourse.
linlor, V. Mahon." rthur l. Alexan-
,,''- 11 Aprleton. Percy W Cane.
Vnn S Merle Smith W navis Co:,-
r.nl. Oeorge A Wnshln Ion. W.ithrldge
s T,rt. Wllllan, C Armalrom.. P.ibert
H. j,vell, Charles P Hohlnson. Court-
lundt Nlcolt, If.irl T FrcderleU. Slierrlll
Hihrnck. Cnrlet.m S, Cooke. Hohlnson
Leech, Klllui Hoot, Jr Alfred my. .
want u. i ner"on, urorgo t . Keiiiiing
ton. A. It. Shllnlid, It. F Weeks, Stuart
u i-resmu, i,..-ir- n. ,-imi,, t.auiarii
F Ha venel, Lloyd M. Hoaell. tjeorge M
Clarke. Hurley Stowell, Hlchar.l Welling.
lalwar.l C Moon and Lieut Joseph Fltz.
Among thi othera of prominence In
no taw.vers- division were vviinam
rmsHnnr. Secretary McAdnos son,
Charlrn ijolilzler, Howard flans. It. C one of the observers. It gets (30 a ton
l.elllngwell, Henry Anderson, Foisyth ' for paper ri'f use.
Wlekes, ilriuivllle Ktuniet, 1 Cohort Turn- The main attraction near th Suh
bull. Hrldgha.n Curtis. Ilmr.'his MnfTetl, Treaeur) was a llgure in chain and steel
It. T Hwaln. II. II. Moore, Chnee armor mounted on a white horse and
Mellon, L. T Hall. F H. ltaudolph. Jt,
11. Neelsoti and A. II. S. Ilrlatow nnd
William H. Tnllman.
PICKPOCKETS IN TROUBLE.
Chief Inspector Nphiult the rater Per
sunnily Makra One Arreat,
Headquarters detectives made a round -
up of pickpockets operating among the lb" panule started danrlng. I'helr i ffort
crowds that lined the Hue of march of wnH npplauded b tint business men be
the parade, neath. The band obliged until it got
j'l.l.. 1 L3 ., I,.. .., tlrn.l .,..t1,,.e .... if t.ii.ul ..I ,.
HI' I IIO".HU pill III I . . .'CI (iCC IIIIIISI'II
He saw Herbert Mm -
1 '"" "' 15:1 Wavcrly avenue. Hrooklyn,
., ;. .'
,,,,, ,,,-. .....i.iiiH lllw I'niil.ll- lie. I III.-
grand stand, catch the hand of a man
who was tr.vlng to get a wallet out. of
Ills hip pockel Mandle was grabbed
by the Inspector. At headquarters he
said he lived at 111 Pitt street,
l'"H".'!lves arrerted John Murphr.
known to Iheni as "Deafy Mowd," on
Park How after they were convince I
that he had attempted to go through
the pockets of several persons, At Cham
bets nnd Centie iiireats they nicked un
John Nleson, Jl , of r,;.1 Thirtieth street, '
I j; ' -
reinptliis. lo opui a woman s liiinunag.
353 W. 54th St. '-'",'J":"
Our Only I'lnre TH t III. I tlltfH saa,
HH - . ,... U iUJ J. illUllli
WALL STREET SENDS
AN ARMY OF 14,200
j Ton, of Ticker Tripe Cover
1 Lower Hromlwiiy Ankle peep
I it Pnnitlers Start.
l- I ll'.. I
The time lopt In pmnll delay in start
Inc tho p.itlo unlt further uptown
. ...I.l. . ,1n
was compounded In a cumulative deliy
of one hour nnd twentyflv immite for
I il" I'lsVV llll II lntllilIH' Hi...-.
banners of the Financial Association
which means Wall Street. This division
. supposed to leave the head of nll
street at 1 .10 o'clock. Its actual time of
Ul.pnrturi. 3. p.-,.
partur. was .1.
r,M ""r """"''
ilnreil Ibe tiresome wait, vet not a com-
pllner Kn fl)lm, by ;, reporter
, ho wandered through the ranks trying
"'"i uv i' "'i)""i) ""iu
'l'1"' delay Is only worth me.it. mi.ng to
"VV how iwtlent lllell whose t'llle Is
sii.post.,i u. nn iisuiei. in unnar ni.iras,
as well as uieir junior cirrus ami nmi-o
'',vs. can oe mi sueu an ocra-iii. us
The fact Is that Wall Street enjoyed
"r ,'m ' .m ou, a iroiie o.u
countless bands playing Then there
wan the crowd- -the t l.'.'OO hankers and
brokrrn being only the nucleus of other
thousands from other vocations who as
sembled In the streets of New York's
Tim of Ticket Tape,
Wall stteet, Nassau, Hroad, I'xchange
place, Wllllnm .all packed with men--and
some women loo. From the steps
of the Sub-Treasury there was a tare
ru.tllro , . , ,, ,,,,,.
,lr. Wlrrrt ,,,, rNor known, hut most
or ,,. ,,rofess,on.il photograliheis weie
What seemed to he tons of tn l.er tape
onveied lower Hroadvvny and the llua.i
r .Hstrict ankle deep late In the after-
rallying a ellovv pennant Inscribed
"Pntrla." The ihler hud long hair, but
was said to be a slim tm). lie declined
to lower his visor and show his face.
Fventually one of the hands and Its
followers, struggled Into Hroadway, but
was Jammed In front of the American
P.xchiuigc National llauk Ilullillng nt
Cedar street. On n balcony on the third
floor of that bullillug a young man and
1 young women who hud come to nee
, ." ",, , -i.i'.in.
1 "tarted a ono step, nut by and bv the
I Financial Association really started pa-
r.,11.,.- mill tin, .tuoeer. le m..l
- . - ......... ..... .tie
balcony to watch them,
I ti' n. Oliver 11, Hrldgm.in was marshal
of the tluan.ial division. Ills staff con
1 NOW OPEN jfi
ran iNoffifk i
I m EXPOSITION Kl
I Hill FIRST K-4UMKNT ARMORY IV
lm A(1Y13-JUNE3 EI
IV, .M,UINtlISIMiV sTl
1 ffl ADMISSION 39 CNT W
jHQ "rfttr "'i,; if' ""-. tv 1
l'''T' 1 t i
slsiwl of Cnpt J. F. CarllsU. II M.
Haruch, C. I'. Hol.lert)er, Martin Vogel.
i:. C. Haker. II. H. Talbert and J J.
Ilumbeit, There also had to be a brigade
commander for so many men. He wa
Ilrlg.-Oen. George ft. Dyer of the Na
tional (lu.trd, nnd he bad 232 compnnlts;
consisting solely of stock brokers liehlnd
him. each company having twenty men
nr.il a captain. Marshal Djcr's stuff con
sisted of K. Vail Htebblns and James
Lowell. The broker division was divided
Into live regiments, commanded by Col.
Thun.is Denny, V. P 1-lild. Major H. K
Illrd, Col. II. S. flternberger and Capt.
W N norland
Otto T. Ilannard was commnnder of
the division of trust companies. C5. C
Thomns of the Consolidated Stock
change marchers, K A Chartratid of
the curb brokers and .lumen S. Alex-
ander of the bankers Of bankers there
were four regiments. The Com l.xehange
............. ... -v........,.. .......
than hOO men, others represented by
"""" "" ,., .rV .V ,i,'"""'' "V'..,. '
America. Hrst National. .National City.
Liberty, Hanover, ( bane. Mechanics and
Metal", State Hank. Hank of the Man-
but 'ii Company. Hank of New York
Chatham and Phu-nlx, Federal Iteserve,
Citizens Central, National Park, Irving,
Fifth Avenue. Chemical. Mechanics. Ilar
rlmnn, Lincoln, Pacific Coal and Iron,
(ireeiiwleh, Seaboard National, Indus
trial Financial Corporation And the
Hank of America.
Knch section had Its own large flags
and silk Imnuvrs, as well as Individual
red. white and blue pennants for each.
The American flag at the head 'of the
(luiranty Trust company division was
a gift from William C Potter, formerly
a vice-president of the company, now as
sociated with the iiuggenltelms. Just I
before the parade formed It was pre-1
sented to th members of the Guaranty
Club by John J. Iwla for Mr. Potter
and accepted by It. H. F. Kandolph,
pt'Mdenl of the club.
It took more thaji an hour for the
Wall Street panniers to bend their last
man past Trinity Church
NO PARADE END CONFUSION.
Dismissal of I nits a Well Handled
n the Mnrt.
The wn.v thi various units of the p i
rado wire dtMiiissed from ranks wluti
they tea iievl the etui of their long man ii
was a m.irvel ixeti to police olllce.s
skilled In handling crowds. The men
and women broke ranks without the
slightest disorder and Hie dense hedge
rows of people who lined the streets
where the rolumns dispersed suffered a
minimum of Inconvenience. The thou
sands of paiaders vanished from Fifth
avenue bttwerti Thirty-seventh stret :
and Fifty-ninth street, and thousands
more came on to the same place with
out meeting any confusion.
The plan carried out whs this: All of
the units that started north of Cham
bers street and prior to 12:30 o'clock
were dismissed at Fifty-seventh street
All the units that stalled their tramp
south of Canal street and after 12:30
o'clock wete dismissed nt Fortieth Mreet
or the cross streets Just south of For
tieth, Dr. I.'merson It, Newell, captain
of aid", and six other mounted .ild..
assisieil by police Inspector Farrell, han
dled nil the dismissals and few of the
org inizatlous had to be warned to bold
their company formations until they had
passed several blocks Into sldo streets.
As each part of a illvlnlon reached
Fot Hrth street or Fifty-seventh street
Its head was turned by a mounted aid
Into a side street to the east or west. If
It went lo the oast It continued beyond
Park avenue and then broke ranks. If
It went to the west It proceeded pat
Seventh avenue and then took to the
j sidewalks In orderly fashion, The only
; dllllcully Hie police had waa In break
ing thu deep line of spectators nt a
ci oss street to let pan of a division turn
out of Fifth avenue.
The June Bride 1
The tilverware that you give to
the Bride mutt, of coume, be
dainty at the Bride herself I
But even in a wedding prerent
there is no really pressing need
"The -nine- good thing for i little
lrs" is a rule in the Silverware
Flower Baskets, Vases, Fruit
Bowls, Tea Sets, Trays, Casser
oles, Spoons, Butter Dishes
If you have a wedding gift in
mind pay a little Uhurely vitit
to thi Store.
4 nth lo ftOth HI
Three Children Ainoim Ilie Vlrtltna
One llll by Aiifn.
Several street nccldents occurred along
the line of march. Nine-year-old Joseph
Hlcrlobbs of 10 Peach strict was
knocju-d down by a ho-se and buggy '.11
i.arayetie stiver near 1 ',111.11 ii. vva'i
attended by Police Surgt on .Ii nn'tigs and
I'orothy (lerold, T, years old. who vvi
watching the parade with her moth r
In Lafayette street near (irand street,
was struck by a motor eye 0 which wi-i
being driven by Its owner, Cpar'.es I.leb
erm.iii. Pr. .leimlngs f nm.1 that she
was suffering oti:y from bruises, and her
mother took her hoiin
Max Patnsh, x .vears old. of 15 l.x
fron, of ,4, ,,jfv,.,t(. w;itll.
,n ,l0 . f(.
i crushed his fool
1 jjrs "jmrjH skll'w
I avenue. Urn; llraii.h. surfertd from
.,,,. flf n .-,., t , lKht f
,,,,,. ,.,,-i. .,, n.,,,. .,, t,,.,i,.
nt,u .i.L u..,i viett. ,....,,.. ... .....
fifth stteet and Fifth avenue
aide to go home after ambulance treit
Michael Hrady of S32! Mjrile avenue,
Hrookln. who was marching 11 tin
parade, was taken 111 at (V tn atid
Chamber street- and remove 1 to lliil
son Street Hospital
Reprinted from "Tilt: POTTERY, CLASS & RRSS
SALESMAN." May 11, 1916.
"If wc could only pet the Roods." This is the cry that
is being heard today throughout the entire field wholesale
and retail. Both staple and novelty lines are in very short
supply, and the unfortunate feature of the situation is that
no immediate relief is in sicht.
Prices to Go Higher
One thing is certain, the existing high prices are not nnlv
going to he maintained, but higher prices will be in effect in
the not far distant future. The buyer who has failed to cover
himself, who is laying off hoping that something will turn up
hy means of which he will be able to get merchandise cheaper
later on, is making a grave mistake. There is no po-sible
chance of prices declining for months to come.
44-Flcco Dinner Seta sliclitly
imperfect, hut this in tm wav
impairs the usefulness of the
set; two blue hands and gold
medallion decoration; set con
sists of (7-inch) Plates, t? (4
inch) Bread and Butter Plates.
Oatmeals, ri l-'rtilt Dishes, ti
Tea Cups and Saucer. t Soup
Plates, I I'lutter, 1 Salad or
Vegetable Bowl; complete,
i 5fi-INecp American I'nrrrlaln
Dinner Sets floral spr dc-
sign; set consists of ti 7-itieli
plates, fi ti-inch plates, ti
' 5-inch plates, tj soup plates.
i 6 fruit dishes, 0 individual
I butters, ti tea cups and sau
cers, 1 sauce boat, 1 covered
dish, i meat dMies, I cream
pitcher; regularly $4.95; sale $.1.25
50-Piece American Porcelain
Dinner Sols pink spray de
sicn; ti 7-inch plates, tj 5-inch
plates, 6 soup plates, ti fruit
saucers, ti individual butters,
Ii lea cups and saucers, I
meat dish, I cm ere J Ji-li. I
baker, I gravy boat, I pickle
dish, I creamer, I bowl; snlo
Hanging Wrought .Iron Domes at
Excellent for Summer cottages and bungalows. BUik hi 1
mber or green ulass, with seed fringe to match, lor ml "
Imported Japanese Wlrkrr or I Standard Oil Itajn 'I'alilc I jh'i"
Bamboo Basket Oil Umps can hc llld t.it,cl , , r
with duplex fount and burner , , . . . . ,
and IS-ineh silk lined shades; . Nhnl h' r ni,v '
various colors and shapes for plctcwith lll-inch wlut--
your choice; at . , Sl.'.'Si and chimnev; at ;1 h9
Full Detail of Other Hip Sales n Printed in Our leiei Mm " '
TtKlau' Wnrltt. American, Herald and ir
&-Look for "Not Adrcrtiscd" Specials "l
"THE BIG STORE1
IXTHAVK-ieilTO l OTHCaT
Double H'f Giecn Trading Slumps
, l.Uille Toy, tne tbe.iirl.nl 1
I yesterday's great pn.p.i.,,' ,.
"ivns the llff nf tin. vilmi, ...
I Fnj, who eome.s pretl.v lire
S I I
Itllll'T 01 mis COUTIIIV V'H 1 l , 1
self ttnd the iliVllon of ,1 i.r ir
miiih of the, Httintioii o t , '
Uddle did It In this way r,,.r .
kiep up 11 eontltiUous round of . i,,,fl. I
for himself nnd brolhei- ! tnr .r
strong fiom the I,a'nl, I'l.n.rs h.A
every other Imaginable llio.iii- ,' , ,
clety he plneed hit i nmitte.K 1, ,f,
nil iilnng the lino of in. rib .it
points with Instrurtiutis It .tv-i n,
ch'-erlng as soon as he how . siS,t
At tist eight times diir. tj,, .
m.ireh, vvhii'h began at I 'ter-ith tr(-t
and I'llth avenue. Kil.p.. was
Jump mil of the lltio ai I bo ever nrl
pat .1 little boy mi the bi , Tie eron
wiim qui U to n ciignlr.e b 111 -iM ,(, -spring
and thev quite vf-r nVnl n,
riHt of the contingent w.b inn t
"Hello. IMdle!" "There's 1Mi.. yf,,.,.,
Matinee girls, who Htood i r uv sin
the sidewalk, guspiil .is .1 'Ii i-
William Courtli lgh. Tlmfi.i ,,'
Arthur Ityioti. Wilton l.i ,,ive
liundreil.s of other stars wr t.
I tune of "U'e'te Here lie' .. ,.,
Mere lieiause Uele llei. "i .if 1 ,
little Fovs stalled to sit luf t ,
Matter With I'athci 1 J ' i . c
titigent got In sight or ' Mnuli
Square ii vievvlug stand ,r I tl(
crowd Joined In with "lies n r ght
The netorM1 fraternity gn tn ii
at the Players Club In (Iran m rk,
nnd under the command of MarHh-.l Jhti
Kami's assembled on th" tint ef in j
nt Fourth avenue nnd Twentieth sine .
marched down to Fifteenth street n
west to Fifth avenue, where thev jnin
the main line of march with l't'le i,-
Among thoso si" 11 In the litie bn4n
tlliixe melltloneil who llt'Kilr 1 i 1'
Villon vvete .lolin Ilrew-, Jolie v it,,
' Frank Case. Irvln S Cobb, .In' 1
iioert), iticii.iru nelineit, 1 '
, itolib 11, Capt Jack Crawford A ' a
! Ilarrlgati. Joseph It Or n
1 Knim r, Sheldon Lewis, She 1, i
, IMimmd llie.'se, F'.ink Crivr lis
i: lilxty. Itovvland Hu.-kst' tie ,j
li.irl'ov. IMtliy Hell. Austin S'r i. W
1 .1 tn lt.iymoml.il W Watet u ,,
Kieldlnu, William Samp-oii, r , r;..
11 1. Charles White, ithur Hrak I'nr
Tinne.v. sain 11 llardv. C!ft m rrj,
ford. Fred Niblo. old Hill (iold.ir.l i
S.md.v DingwuU's olflee, vvb' lie' lid
from Long He.ieh Jii-t to slvnv I s nt
i.lttotsll. and well. Just e' 'ih,'
thai Is anybody nt all In the tbui
world. "We vvcie bent 011 making a t u
showing n possible," nald U
Courib'lgh, Shepherd of the It 1
"If only to prove that the pin 1
can mar-'h as well as a y or- V '
I think we proved I! Ii the s
df leg itlon We are not a'u'i t
p.i't and ve iai,t in, 'e 1"'' "
aff.il's of Hie natloi as wi In1
ti i'i.. 1'ie ii.r.iile wa one if ie s'
Piiplesslve sigh's 1 1 ave evt
.11 Pieces Porcelain Dinner
J Sols for SI. 00
I dnld spray desicn. Much set con
sists of fi tea cups and saucers; 6
fruit saucers; ti hutter pats, I platter,
fi (7 inch) plates.
IflO.I'ieco American 1'nrrclaln
Dinner Sets with delicate
pink spray. French desien
decoration; 1 5-inch rlntes.
Z 7-inch rlates, 2 soup
plates, 12 fruits, 12 ten cip
and saucers, 12 individtia'
butlers; I covered dih. i
baker. IS-ineh platter. I in
inch platter, I cream pitcher '
sticar bowl, I (I quart)
I (1 1 quart) pitcher. I napr
I sauce bout, I pickle disli '
covered butler dish, l !
lOO-PiiTP Silerlrd Ounlin
American Porrcluin Dinner
Sets blue spray dc-itm 1 '
7-inch plates, 12 5-inch plate
12 soup plates, )2 fruit Ji-1'
12 individual butter.-.. I '
eups and saucer-, ' '
dishes, I craw boat. .
ercd dishes, 1 baker. I .
and creamer, I pickle .n
I en ercd butter diMi re
larlv priced $S 95; sale a'
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