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HERE'S THE EX-WHITE HOUSE
Country club at: Augusta, Ga., where W- H. Tafrwill rest and play
"Golf for a month before he takes up his prpfessor job at Yale.
OFF FOR WASHINGTON
Rahway, N. J.? March 3. Boil
er of engine-carrying special train
of Mass. national- guardsmen to
the -inauguration exploded today
on way through here. Engineer
J. A. Hennicker 'Newark, dying.,
Fireman E. Moneley, Jersey' City,
seriously hurt. ISTb.one else .hurt.
Princeton, N. J Pes.-elect
Wilson bade final farewell to his
townspeople here today. .For 27
of the 56 years 'pf his life' he has.
been 'a resident here. There" were-
honest tears in his eyes as he.lis
tened . to cheering and songsv
"Every able "person, men, women
and children .sang, "Old Nassau"
as the train 'pulled out fori Wash
Jf nnceton: 1 ne .Wilson per
dent-elect and Mrs.'. Wilson, the
Misses Margaret, Jessieand Elea
nor Wilson, their daughters;
Stockton and. Mrs. Helen Wood
row Bones,' cousins of: Mrs. Wil
son; two secret service men and
3 servants., At. West -Philadelphia
it was. planned to pick up
Col. T. M. Birch, ex-aide to Gov.
Wilson, and Mrs. Annie Howe,
sister, of the president-elect.
Washington. A few gqpd
byes, then work and plenty of il
was. Pres. Taft's program on
his, final official day as president,
At White House "all. day.
Washington.T At 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon Taft and fam
ily will leave, for. the, south to re
main 3. weeks before Citizen Tafl
returns to New .Haven, Conn., tG
-spnal -party; included h.e presi-1 become professor-at Yale,,-.