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tions for the entertainment of President
McKinley and his party are being pushed
actively forward by the citizens of. Red
lands and if present indications count for
anything, this city will, on the 8th of May.
entertain a larger number of visitors than
at any time in its history.
General Passenger Agent J. J. Byrne of
"Welcome.; • .V :
| SAN JOSE," April 25.-The ; High School
grounds have been designated by the
decoration committee of | the carnival of
roses as. the place for receiving the nu
merous offerings of flowers for the decor
ation of the streets, and, here the wagon
loads - of ' blossoms from the neighboring
towns : as well as the city offerings will
b"e cared for until placed by the official
decorator. ; There are tons; of flowers
promised, and the appearance of the fields
and gardens throughout the county, justi
fies the belief i that there . will be plenty.
It • has been a late spring and the cold
weather has held back the blossoms.
Even the roses, which it had been feared
would.be gone, now. seem to be awaiting
thecarnival tlme.T - ¦ t/f"; " . ..
The athletic features of the carnival are
TONS OE FLOWEBS.
San Jose Will Give McKinley a Floral
J. Newmark, I. B. : Newton, John • H. ¦ Norton,"
General H. G. Otis, Henry W. CMelveny,
Adolph Petach, Valentino Peyton, G. W. Par
sons, W. C. Patterson, W. H. Perry, Mllo M.
Potter, Captain John B. Plater, W. P. Powers,
O. P. Fosey, Judge B. M. Ross, Ferd K. Rule,
JudKe B. N. Smith, Joseph Scott, General M.
H. pherman, C..W. Smith. CharleB Silent. Hon.
Herman Silver, C. H. Sessions, J. S. Slauson,
Mayor M. P.' Snyder, .W. R. Btaats, Judgft
C. N. Sterry, - P.' Q. Story, ! John E. Stearns,
"Willard Stlmson, Ezra. Stlmson, I. N. Van
Nuys, Judge R.,H. JEV Varlel, Charles H. Toll,
Judge D. K. Trask, Ben B. Ward, Robert D.
Wade, R. J: Waters, Dr. W. le Moyne Wills,
W. H. Workman,. Judge. OHn Wellborn, Charles
ModinI Wood, C. r>. Willard. ..A-^ G. Wells. W.
J. W'ashbum, Judge W.M. York., .
Prosperity has ruined more men than
this there will be no demonstration at
Stanford so far as at present planned.
The students will be represented in the
San Jose floral parade by the University
Band and forty qjeces and by many stu
dents In private conveyances, who will
drive : down to San .Jose the morning of
the parade.. It is not Imely that any
fioats or floral pieces will be sent out
from the university officially. - ; •
WILL FIjOCK TO REDLA1TDS.
Ten Thousand People Will Welcome
'' . McKinley to This State.'
REDLANDS, Cal., April 25.— Prepara-
WASHINGTON. April 25.— Attorney
General Knox has announced that neither
he nor Mrs 1 . Knox will be of the Presi
dent's party on its tour through the West.
Mrs. Knox is not now In "Washington and
she is not expected to return there until
May 1, at the earliest.
With the President's Party.
Neitbsr He Nor Mrs. Knox Will Ba
EUOX WTLI. NOT GO.
REDDING. April " 25.— The committee
in charge of the reception to President
McKinley in Redding intends to see that
the .President Is well treated and that he
receives a good Impression, of this city
during his ten-minute stop on the morn
ing of May 2L The committee appointed
to attend to the details of the reception
of the President is composed of the
Mayor, the Judge of the Superior Court,
the presidents of all the political clubs
and representatives of other bodies. At
a meeting of the committee various sub
committees were appointed. One on In
vitation is to see that all lodges turn out
in bodies and that residents of all North
ern Californian towns are invited to be
present. The committee on decoration
will see that the depot and Its surround
ings are tastefully adorned. Another
committee la to provide music for the oc
casion. "W. D. Tillotson, president of the
Shasta Ohio Society, was selected to
greet President McKinley on behalf of
the -citlzena to ask the Executive for a
brief address. M. F. Eldridge, Constable
of Redding Township, will be marshal of
the day. . . »
It Will Make the Host of a Stop of
*""' -• Ten Minutes. ,:' * "¦
Route of drive— E. G. Judson (chairman). F.
A. Bradley, K. C. Wells and William Fowler.
Finance— F. P. Morrison (chairman), A. G.
Hubbard, Henry Fisher, W. T. GlUls. George
B.' Ellis. F. C. Hornby, T. M. Blythe, J. H.
Bohon. M. M. Phlnney, H. L. Graham. K. C.
Wells. J. J. Suess ar.d S. C. Haver.
Decoration and flower" — F. P. Meserve (chair
man). L. B. Avery. F. A. Wagner, D. C. Reed,
C. H. Stone. Miss Kite Sanborn. Les Wil
marth. Miss Lena Dajue. H. E. Wlckersham.
Miss Lucy Putnam. K. IX B. Newton, Misa
Frances Clarke, J. L. Speares, M. H. Fitz
simmons and E. B. Walte.
Governor Gape, In a ten-minute speech;
will deliver the address of welcome, after
which an Informal reception of an hour
will be held. Then a two hours' drive
will be taken tf> Smiley Heights and other
points of interest about the city.
The first carriage will be occupied by
President McKinlfry. Governor Gage and
E. S. Graham, president of the Redlands
Board of Trade. Then will follow the
members of the Cabinet and other digni
H. H. Sinclair, chairman of the general
committee on Presidential reception, has
announced the following sub-committees':
The President will arrive in Redlands at
9 o'clock a. m. from Arizona. He will
take his departure for Loa Angeles at
noon, making no stop until the .Southern
metropolis ¦ has been, reached. . He will be
accompanied by the State, Senatorial.
Congressional ind legislative committees.
Immediately upon their arrival at th»
Southern Pacific depot in this city the via
itors will be placed in carriages magnifi
cently decorated with Redlands' choicest
flowers and driven to the Casa Loma Ho
tel, where the welcoming exercises will be
held on the spacious verandas. ¦
Already at this early date hotel aeeora
modations are at a premium. Applica
tions from . scores of people prominent la
every walk of life are being dally received
by hotel proprietors asking for accommo
dations. Governor Gage and his staff, th«*
legislative committee headed by Speaker
C. W. Pendleton. Congressman James Mc-
Lachlan of Los Angeles for the California
Congressional delegation, ¦ and Senators
Thomas R. Bard and George C. Perkins
have already «-ngaged handsome quarters
at the Casa Loma Hotel for the occasion.
These gentlemen and their ladies are ex
pected to reach here on the evening prior
to the arrival of the Presidential train.
One old cattleman of the Jeffersonian
faith, residing in Arizona, a native of Ala
bama and a veteran of the Civil "War, has
offered to contribute five beeves if an old
fashioned barbecue would be held in honor
of the President. The offer has been de
clined with thanks.
the Santa Fe Railroad Company esti
mates that his road will bring at least 5000
people here to assist In extending a royal
welcome to the chief magistrate of the
nation and his official family. Assistant
General Passenger Agent' Luce of the
Southern Pacific says his company ex
pects to bring t» similar number to Red
lands on that date. Both the railroads
have made reduced rates, and people are
expected from all over Southern Califor
nia and Northern Arizona.
Redlands will be the first official stop of
the Presidential party In California, and
thousands of people, irrespective of party
affiliations, are looking forward to tha ar
rival of the distinguished visitors with an
unusual degree of pleasure. Many people
are offering assistance in decorating the
city or In doins anything that the local
committees may suggest.
being successfully pushed,- ¦ and there
premises to be a large -attendance . of
automobiles in -the races of May 14 and
15. --The manager of -the locomobile . com
pany and the president of the San Fran
cisco Automobile Club are in San Jose
i to-day making arrangements for the en
try of the. club as a. whole in the races
and in the illuminated parade. Orlando
Stevens.V the official director .of athletic
sports^, has . arranged that a. banquet shall
be gi\fn the visiting automobilists at the
Lamolle House on the evening of the 14th.'
They; will be : regarded as the guests of
the Garden: City wheelmen and the carni
val committee^ and plans will be matured
for. their comfort. ¦
"Arthur Adams and Tom Spillane, presi-
fessor J. A, Foshay, L. A. Groff, W. M.' Gar
land, "John- J. J. Gospcr, -,L. ¦ A. Grant. M. L.
Groff, G. J. Griffith, J. M. Griffith, C. F.
Guthridge,. Harry. Gray, .J.-..M-. Guinn, W.-L.
Hardison, William A. Harris, I. W. Hellman,
R. H. Herron, W.'S. Hook. Godfrey Holter
hoff Jr...W. J. Hunsaker. r Colonel W. H. Hola
blrd.-H.rJevne, O. T. Johnson, E. P. Johnson,
AV.>G. : Kerckhoff, Frank W. King, Major E.
F. C. Klokke, James C. Kays, General. O. H.
Lagrange, ;S. B. Lewis, General C. F. A.
l.a<5t, Bradner. W. Lee, G. W. Luce. H. C. Llch
tenberg, ex-Governor, . H.'.'-H. Markham, H,;S.
McKee,'->Y.\ A.' Morgan, J. M. C. Marble, Gran
vlHe'D.VMacGowani'^James McLachlan, John
A. Muir,, S.f-.P. -IMu'lforiJ,^ George A. .Montgom
ery,"'Gilbert iMunson.'D.M. McGarry, Captain
R. Randolph 1 Miner.- H: Newmark, J. R. New
berry,'Walter S.-'Newhall, A. H.Naftzger, M.
Those Who Will Look Out for the
- f_i-' President's Party. ,
SANTA CRUZ, v April 25.--rThe following
are the committees 1 appointed at a meet
ing of the Presidential committee to ar
range for the. McKinley reception: ''.
Finance— W. H.' Bias, William . Hoffman, H.
E.- Irish, S. Leask and S. J. Strauss. -
Big Trees— Mayor, Parker and J. "W. For
gens. * •- - • .
-„ -Decorations— W. M.- Gardner.- - ¦
.- Itinerary — Hon; W. T. Jeter; J. F. Coope and
A. A. Morey. . ¦ - ¦ - '¦ . '
Reception— Major J. P. Parker, Hon. W. T.
Jeter, Major Frank McLaughlln. O. J. .Lincoln.
Judge L. F. Smith. F. D. Baldwin. F. I W.
Billings, H. S. Deming. F. A. Hlhn, J. W.
Llnscott. J. Q. Packard, A. ..A. Taylor, Dun
can McPherson, A. A.) Morey, J. w. Forgens,
D. C. Clark. J. F. Coope, J. Era Logan, Dr.
B. Knight, J. S. Colline.-H.-F. Kron,- Charles
Steinmetz, Ed Martin, J.- L.- Wright, <S. A-
Palmer, S. J. Strauss.-'S. Leask, E. H. Garrett,
Rev. E. D. McCreary, Rev. E. H. Hayden,
Rev. Father McXamee, "W...H. Lamb, Frank
Roberts, Henry Willey, W. H. Bias, Rev. J.
R. Knodell, W. W. Wilson, Dr. H. H. Clark.
Dr. F. W. Bliss. Dr. C. L. Anderson, C. B.
Younger. C. E. Lindsay,' J. -J. C. Leonard, M.
C. Hopkins, Ralph Miller,'' D. W. Johnston,
Frank Mattison, Dr. C. W.. Doyle, Frank Hoff
mann, D. Jonas, H. C. ¦ Cooper, H. E. Irish,
H. E. Cox, Dr. J. A. Maguire, B. K. Knight,
C. M. Cassln, W. D. Haslam. W.-R. Springer.
H. "H. Miller. E. S. West,' Milton Besse, Harry
Wanzer, A. C. Snyder, C. D. . i Hinkle,
Dr.- Page Brown, A. D. Perra, V J. T.
Lowry. F. W. Stansfleld. Frank Helms, C. E.
Fagen, Charles Klein.VRev. C. C. Herriott, J.
G. Tanner. W. C. Byrne." j.' P. Twist;- H. D.
Smith. John Matheson.: George Staffler,-F. W.
Swanton. W. M. .Gardeni\G.J:W. Heard, E. D.
Perry, Dr. F. E. Morgan, . Harry Towne, C.
M. Lewis. A. Cohen; T. W. 'Kelly, James Mc-
Neil, >C. B. Younger Jr.. G. , Bowman. Dr. W.
R. Llnscott, Frank Menefee. Rev. C. O. Til
lotson. H. E. Makinney, J. H. Skirm, C. E.
Greenfield, L. J. Dake and Major Gerrard. .- ;
The following named have been ap
pointed to represent neighboring towns:
Watsonville— W. R. Pprter, George Radcliff,
SANTA CRUZ COMMITTEES.,';
Ed Brown and Sons, $25; Mrs. Eleanor Martin,
$25; George- W.- Hume, $25; Bowers Rubber Com
pany, $25: R. ¦ R. Thompson,- -JiO; California
Hotel, $30: Golden West Hotel, $30; Ames &
Harris. $50. Total, $740. ,
will mingle -with quantities of flowers ¦- in
the street' decorations. * . \: :• - ¦-,¦¦¦¦ -v
A peculiarly appropriate schemed of
street '¦ decoration win • be - carried -ontrln
Old Monterey. From the entrance to . the
old town on the Del Monte side to the op
posite end of Alvarado street there? will
be a continuous succession- of - cypress
arches and inside 'these arches 500 -school
children will stand to strew flowers in
the path of the- President as he passes
through the town. —The school. children of
Pacific Qrove will •welcome the President
in the same graceful manner. and in both
towns .the youngsters 4are undergoing
careful training for, the partHhey are to
play in the great events '¦ ¦;¦*> - > -.
The management of the Hotel del -Monte
will make elaborate preparations- for the
entertainment of the distinguished guest
and the exterior of the house as well as
the lobby . and main j corridors will be
handsomely decorated . with '. flags and
other national emblems. 'All the plans
are not perfected as yet and will not be.
Manager Junker says, before the end of
the present week. -'• r\. .¦-:-'-'¦.¦ - :f /'-'
The entire programme as at present
formulated is >as follows:'..-. ....... •- -
The President and' party' will arrive at
the Hotel del Monte at, 2. a: m. . on Satur
day, May 11, and will remain in their
special train until after. breakfast. At 10
o'clock the party will -be. driven around
the famous seventeen-mile drive in six
in-hand tally-ho coaches and will be re
ceived on the way in Monterey and Pa
cific Grove by the reception committee of
citizens of the two < towns. '\ About 1000
school children will throw flowers in, the
streets over which, the Presidential party
passes. Returning to Del Monte tfhe party
will have luncheon about 2 p. m. , At 3
o'clock Troop C, N. G. C, a committee
of grand officers of 'the G. A. R., the
Supervisors of Monterey County and the
Mayors and Common- Councils of Monte
rey and Pacific Grove Will wait upon the
President to escort him to Pacific Grove,
where he will meet the veterans of the
G. A. R. in closed session. At 4 p. m. the
session will adjourn and tjie President
will ascend the platform of the floral pa
vilion and speak very briefly to the as
sembled multitude, after which he re
turn to the Hotel del Monte. ¦
If the President attends church on Sun-
WHEN President McKinley visits
the Union Ironworks to witness
the launching of the battleship
which Is destined to bear the
name of liU native State he will
receive from the hands of the
workingmeh a magnificent ftsti
rnonial of their esteem". It will be a gold
plate of Invitation to the launching. of
the Ohio. So quietly did the. employes of
the institution whicJi sent forth the Ore-
Kon arrange their plans for presenting to
the head of the nation a memorial worthy
of preservation that not even their em
ployer was aware of their intentions.
When the President reaches the Iron
works* wharf, on . the morning of the
launching he will be met by a deputation
of the workingmen and escorted , through
a column of men standing four deep 1000
feet in length to a platform erected for
the occasion, where., the presentation
speech will be delivered' and the token
presented. The iron workers will have
entire charge of the ceremony and the
orator who will make the presentation
will be chosen from their number.
The plate, which is being made; at
Shreve's from plans drawn by a commit
tee from the workers ' themselves, will
when completed be a truly magnificent
affair. It will cost eldse ; to $500 and
will be composed almost entirely of Cali
fornia gold. It was at first Intended to
have it set with diamonds, -but as dia
monds are not a production of the Golden
West they were excluded from the design.
The plate is surmounted by a golden
eagle, flanked by the national. emblem and
the bear flag of California. In one cor
ner is the shield of this State and in the
other that of Ohio. Occupying the central
position is a representation of the battle
ship Ohio guarding the Golden Gate. Sh3
is lying between LJme Point and Fort
Point, both of which are shown in the en
His Majesty's ship Condor Is now on
her way up the coast from Valparaiso
and she will be in the harbor here during
the week of the President's stay in San
Francisco. It is probable that her ofllcers
will be given a place in some of the pub-
He functions of that week. The Condor
was Lord' Charles Beresford'sship at the
bombardment of Alexandria, and in that
engagement she earned the praise of the
admiral in command by the splendid work
which she did.
It has been decided definitely that the
citizens' banquet will be held in the ladies'
grillroom in the Palace Hotel. A. A. "Wat
kins, chairman of the banquet committee,
called a meeting of the committee yester
day afternoon and the result was the de
The question has been hanging fire for
eo long that it was blocking the progress
of the other arrangements and it was
found necessary to arrive at some conclu
sion without further delay. The grill
room will seat four hundred and fifty
and the question to be considered was
whether that number would be sufficient
to include all who would wish to come at
$20 a plate. Acceptances came In with
such rapidity at first that it was thought
four hundred and fifty would soon be
reached, but the committee finally decid
ed that number would be large enough tor
any banquet and so chose the Palace la
dies' grillroom as the place.
The other arrangements of the banquet
will progress rapidly now that the place
has been decided upon.
Through the general plan of welcome
and entertainment for the President and
his party is being woven a series of lesser
entertainments to Individuals of the party,
to members of the Ohio delegation and
to distinguished visitors, from other States
who will be present during the time of
festivity. Twenty-two Congressmen from
Ohio are expected to come "West with
Governor Nash, and these will be enter
tained by the Union League With Gover
nor Nash and his staff and the Governors
of Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah
and Colorado, who will be here. In fact
the Union League vrill keep open house
for the whole week of the President's
visit and every night some distinguished
cuest will be enteitained. The League
has issued the following announcement
of its banquet;
Dear Sir: The Union Leasrue Club will en
tertain the President and members of his Cab
inet at a luncheon at the clubrooms. Palace
Hotel. Saturday, May 13. 1901, from 1 to 4
o'clock In the afternoon. The luncheon will be
oonflned exclusively to members of the club.
Please Eirn and return enclosed card of ac
ceptance at your earliest convenience and not
later than May 11, 1901. as covers will be laid
for those only from whom acceptances have
been received and to whom tickets have
tie^ri Irsued. Tickets entitling members to
KeaiB at the luncheon will be issued in the
order of receipt cf acceptances, and seats at
table will correspond with numbers upon tlck
cts. The suit of $7 60 to pay the expenses ol
reception must accompany each acceptance.
Tickets may be had by applying to the secre
tary at the clubrooms.' Very truly yours,
GEORGE p. CLARK,
President • Union Leasue Club.
April 20. 1901. . i. •• « - V - ¦ •
The ladies, ot the^Ohlo Society met last
evening in the residence. of Mrs. Mary 1*
Mozart. 1424 McAllister." street,"' to become
acquainted ' with each' other and with the
newer menibers acd, ta. discuss plans, for
the part they are to take in the general
scheme of. entertialnment. meeting
was called by' Mrs. Mozart. ! ¦:¦•;.
The Missouri Society will tender \ a ¦ re
ception to Secretary of the Interior E. A.
Hitchcock Friday- evening, May, 17, in the
parlors of the Young 1 Men's Christian As
sociation building-. The ¦ Secretary is \ a
Missourlan and the local Society intends
to make the reception — &. characteristic
one. The rooms where the.reception is to
be held are to J>e -tastefully; decorated. A
programme will -be rendered, speeches will
be made and refreshments will be served.
Money Coming in Steadily, but Still
" Much Moris Is Needed.
Although money Is coming in- every day
to the finance committee, still more than
one- half of the" desired amount : remains
to be subscribed, ; 'acd the time'is.short in
which to get it The decoration of the
streets will start in a few days and as
plans mature,. unless the subscriptions be
come more active, the expenditures will
overhaul them. '.I' >., ¦
For the twenty-four hours .-• preceding
noon Wednesday the finance committee
report the following subscriptions:-.
James D. Phelan. $2S0; San Francisco Dairy
Exchange, $100; California Powder Works ilOO*
Miller & Lux, flOO: F. M. Smith, $50; Pacific
Vinegar Works. $50; Raphaels' Incorporated.
SSO; Roos Bros., $50; Arthur Rodders, JZS; Hunt
& Morton. J26; G«oree T. Marj'e Jr., $5;
superintendent California Market, $25; City of
Paris $25; Georre Haas & Pon, $25: S. N.
Wood & Co.. $23; Kuhlman, Salz & Co., $25;
O'Connor, Moffatt & Co., tS. Total, J975.
The following- subscriptions were re
ceived for the day ending at noon yester
John W. Mackay. $2S0; Roth & Co.. $25; HI1
bert Bros.. $25: Tivoli Theater, $25; Olympia
Theater. J25; Central Theater, Jli; Columbia
Theater. K5; Morosco'8 Grand Opera-bouse,
S2S; Orpheum Theater, $25; California Theater,
$25; Chutes Company. $25; Alcazar Theater, $25;
Idea Quietly Worked Up by Employes
of Union Iron -Works and Design; Made
bv Committee From^Their Own Number
Ladi£s ? Grift i ¦ of /the Palace Hotel,
A¥hich:||ll Mold Four Hundred and Fifty
H. M. S. Condor Now on Her Way From
the South Coast—She Will Remain in the
Harbor During the Presidential Welcome
BRONZED AND BRAWNY IRON WORKERS WILL PRESENT TO THE PRESIDENT A PLATE
OF GOLD AS AN INVITATION TO THE LAUNCHING OF THE BIG BATTLESHIP OHIO
If You Have Dyspepsia
6«ad no money, but wrlta ¦ r-r.bOoop. Racine. Wli,
toxlST.for six bottles of Dr. Snoop's Restorative;
express paid. If cured.pay $5.50 — If not. tt is free*
Twenty', dollars, including berth and
meals, for a' five days', trip on the elegant
steamship Corona, sailing j every r Friday
for San Pedro and Los Angeles, calling at
Santa Cruz, Monterey, Port Harford, Gav
iota; Santa ; Barbara Ventura ! and . other
interesting points, allowing time. for pas
sengers to "•go ashore,* arriving- at' ; -San
Francisco ..Wednesday : . morning. ;
Coast : Steamship Company.- office 4 -New
Montgomery street, aader Palace Hotel. •¦•
Cheaper Than Staying at Home.
The decorations both, here and in Mon
terey will be very elaborate. Valuable
prizes have been offered for the , best de
signs . for;/store fronts and - residences.
Flae3 will fly upon every building in both
towns and the national colors-^-in stream
ers, Venetian masts and other designs—
PACIFIC GROVE, April 25.—Arrange
ments for the reception of President Mc-
Kinley and his party by Pacific Grove and
Monterey are nearly complete and all that
remains to be done is to put the decora
tions in place and to arrange accommo
dations for the immense crowd that will,
it is expected, flock here on the two days
of the President's visit. Special trains
will be run from Santa Cruz, Watsonville,
Holllster and Salinas to bring people here
on Saturday. May 11, and it is expected
that fully 10,000 people will avail , them
selves" of the opportunity to see the Chief
Executive "of the nation. Salinas will co
operate with Monterey and Pacific Grove
in doing honor to tiie President and the
present plan is that several leading citi
zens of Salinas will act on the reception
committee here. Troop C, N. G. Cl, of
Salinas, the:- crack 'military organization
of - this .' section of -the State, has- been
chosen to act- as "escort to-.the President
from the Hotel del Monte to-Pacific Grove,
where he will attend the Grand Army ses
sion - and, afterward address the assem
bled people from ths floral pavilion that
is to be erected especially for the occa
sion in the park of El Carmelo Hotel.
Day's Sightseeing and a Speech, to
PLANS OF. PACIFIC GBOVE.
W. R. Radclitt. Ed White. Fred KUburn »nd
J. J. Morey.
Soquel— J. D. Estey, H. V. Ansell and C.
Felton— William Russell. Joseph Ball, T. L.
Bell and A- D. Duffey. • . ' ¦¦ ¦
Boulder Creek— S. H. Rambo, H. Mlddleton
and W. S. Rodgrers.
Ben Lomond— H. F. Anderson and B. Dickin
Glenwood— William ' Martin. Happy Valley—
W. H. Galbralth.- Highland— W. H. Aiken.
Coast— J. D. Enrlrht. Scotts Valley— D. M.
Locke.'". Aptes-r-T. J. 'Leonard. ¦ *
Homer l»aughl!n (chairman), M..N. Avery,
Judge M. T. • Allen, -James H,i Adams, • Han
cock Banning-.' Walter ¦ J. ¦• Barnwell. -• Senator
Thomas -R.. Bard, ex-Go verngrJ: L.. Beverldge;
Judge J."D.:Bicknen, N? B.vBladcstone,-Li.> - W.
Blinn, C. B.;3oothe, W. F. BotSford, General
E.>Bouton, Major .W. II. Bonsall.'F.W. Braun,
Dr. Norman Bridge. W. C. Bluett,' J.J. Byrne,
A. C. Billcke, R. W.' Burnham, . Harry Chand
ler. A. B. Cass. E. P. Clark, F. M. Coulter,
Captain F. J. Cressey, J. Roes Clark, Kaspare
Conn, B. <!•.* Craig,' . James Cuzner, Major * J.
W. F. Diss, Charles R. Drake, "> Charles C.
Davis, Senator Del Valle,' H. M. Dobbins,
Judge H. C. Dillon,, Major J. A. Donnell. I.
B. Dockweller, ' Hon. I Fred" Eaton. E.' T. Earl,
J. M. Elliott, *hn F. Francis, E. S.; Field,
Frank P. Flint, Charles Forman,;. Dr. E. W.
Fleming, • D." Freeman, H.'- J. Fleishman, Pro-
LOS ANGELES. ! April 25.— The Presi
dent ; will see the fiesta parade in : this
city. It. will be new to him and to the
majority of his party. The finances of the
fiesta are still short $3000, but that will be
made up and the opportunity of. Los An
geles to make a fine show for the.enter
tainment of the Presidential party will be
improved. Architect John P. Krempel has
presented - plans calling, for two immense
grand stands to be built in front and in
the park by the side of the City Hall. . One
of these stands will accommodate 600 peo
ple, the other 400. In front and in the
center of the largest stand will be placed
the Presidential reviewing stand. To the
left and six feet away will be the press
stand., The music committee. has .arranged
for seven bands in the floral parade, two
bands in the reception parade, one to play
twoihours at the hotel after the'Presi
dential party arrives, three bands to play
three hours for four nights and two morn
ings. ;:, -¦ ..-• • ¦¦¦-.'¦ ;-' ..'.. ..¦"'• '- 3 •'-.- '¦•
The names of the members of the Presi
dent's general reception, committee, as
announced last evening, are as follows:
Lend Its Interest.
Los Angeles Carnival Season Will
WILL SEE FIESTA PARADE.
day he will probably again visit Pacific
Grove, for the - only Methodist church
hereabouts is in this city.
Frank. Covey^- superintendent of the
Palo Alto Stock, Farm, has offered to Sup
ply'carriages'to'drive the Presidential
partyr through'' the " celebrated, farm and
stables. ?""On. the -return : from -,, the. drive
President! McKinley, will visit the. univer
sity buildings and r address" the .students
in the large 'Assembly Hall. X Further than
The* details of the programme have not
yet been : settled upon, though President
Jordan has apnointed a'committee of five
students to look after the undergraduates'
share in . the ..reception. •>• : The committee
consists of C. M. . Marfock, president of
the student body,' who is chairman,*- and
the presidents of the four classes. ; W. M.
Parkin : represents ' the. seniors, -A. : *-E."
Cooley the juniors. C.'. A. -Naramore the
sophomores : and; 'W." C. Wood the fresh?
men:. The citizens : of - Palo Alto have ap
pointed G. Charles : Gardiner, F.' L. : , Ma
gnire'and,J..R.-. Parkinson a committee
to confer . and •work with the committee
of students from the university.' .". > :/-
It-happens that - the day of hi3 visit.
May, 14, is . a . university holiday In mem
ory, of Leland Stanford Jr. Thus the Stu
dents v.will be j free * from .university work
andwillhave the time necessary to make
fit preparation for the' event. . .-¦¦-,¦ .'.. • "•¦::¦:¦.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, April 25.—
Preparations are being made to give Pres
ident McKinley and his party a royal- wel
come, when < he visits Stanford University
next month. .' _••.•:•>. -¦...- :::.«—:
and Received at University.
The carnival benefit meet has been post
poned -until the sixteen-hour race, two
hours a night, has been run at Sacramen
to, 1 ip prder : that. a, better class of entries
maybe secured, v After the . Sacramento
meet all of the professionals now there
willrcome to San Jose and begin training 1
for the - carnival races. ~ . •. ¦ - ¦ v • . . •
STANFORD STUDENTS' WELCOME
Visitors to Be Driven.' Around Farm
dent and chairman of the Associated Cy
cling Clubs, have notified Mr. Stevens
that the Olympic Club -wheelmen would
be here in force. Stevens is communicat
ing : with twelve different bicycle clubs,
and all have ' promised to send large dele
gations, to participate in the parade and
races/ ' ? • ' -- ¦ -• ¦ : ¦ -. " • , -.-..-
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL,; FRIDAY; APRIL 26, 1901.
OFFICERS OF THE CITIZENS' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
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