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Al? LU imMI N I I ADVERTISKMF.NT
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WILL PLACE ON VIEW?TODAY
_*??BWARRIVf\LS
I from (zallotand Qhertl?
Including
(Which ai nvcd tit S, 5. Espagne Friday)
AUGMENTING I HEIR DISPLAYS OF
ORIGINAL MODEI.S FROM
tyxujuin - tyre met Jesinu -Aarwiti
adxH?c?? ~at%mUilet -oDrtxoU' ~ ?corye?c
%cr -[Bulle; -[Bernard -W Worth
toc]c?Krr wt?lv Oriqiixal Giddiroj Dc.siqivs
Princeton To Be
Military School
If War Come.
Hibben Tells Student Mas
Meeting of Plan to
Train Officers
Princeton, K. .1.. Morel? -?"? If war i
??red rrmecton I'nivi ?
change the cap anal ajOW? for the sloucl
hat and khaki, and will become, to al
intents, an academy for ?M training o
officer?.
Thi. announcement ?as made to
D.ght by I'rc-ident H bbo? al a mas
rtieetitii*, which \ lolotl ?I a lo
lnhctl College tradition. Hitherto ni
rvrcpt religious .??tudcnt activities havi
het'ii fi owned ur?n on Sunday night
but at the gatherinr* this evening thi
?undergraduate:? not only attended in ?
hody but n." ? t?r the fa-ulty were ala?
1" '
All acad?mie \\nik of the university
dent Hibben said, would be sub?
ordinated to the activities of the off!
?era1 training corps, which la now ai
Vrork t:nd< r the direction of ?Captain
t-tuart lleintzelman, I . S. A.
fmttnt Meeting I orbidden
He also announced that be bad re
i the B| ??' ? on ol some student?
who desired to hold meeting
?he university's halls. At thli
'?.
*
ave the uni
t utpo.e i-'
the rank I I naval
organization?. *>
rea.iy torn? i their bocha upon then
?ftnfitoa arid have gone t'i N't v? pott to
ta.? ? it? ?id a COUra? |n I boat hunt
I
? ? he aid of 1 ? ment a.?
?ful1 ?' . ai i bai urged
them to remain and float with the
1rs i'iiver?ity authori
have already alt? red then
? urn nOW un BIOI
? ? he undergraduate?
for orb,.
?.deque?? I raining: Offcic?!
? authori'1'
Ha- a" ainde-,? an i ?? ?n opportu?
i to i olunC
then fO ' ' ?
|ng as ?ill t:' ? one officer?
I the opinion "f Major <??
I,??onard ? the training can be
given betti ? ? Prineetoi
than anj In a letter to
Preaid' ? ? Hibben General Wood said m
Tt|": "l'y all mean, advise the men at
Win. ? ? *y are, fol
lew their i worh mid puah the
rpiiiti
Cap'- rimai T
> ? : e.| to an extent which
in anj w ag col
lea, or irymg to volui i he prea
?
h Connecticut Guard
" Gets Bakers Order
First Regiment Will Report at
7 To-day?Rrlurncd from
Border October 11
" - ?
1 .itional
Cu*'. three
at Nogali I
I '
?
? Mar. .* M
II'
.
u-i ' '
log, bul
?ill be ?
. -
?
*w'' ? aeh ni
will rema until
further i i I ,-hing
?aiti he had no
?if w h.! ? ? would
. ,
ent a?'?!I b. used fo? -? ?
tat., at least .
gui*r :
pab!
f.a lid
Ai ?
th? lH 'legim.nt was on?? of 'he
??ait I..
I?f?
. .- da> a
' '!?!?.
Schenectady's Plant for
Defence Not Revealed
H, '.' ? a
other ?"
ntertl ??. ,.?> ?.,
guar? watati
|
Guard Delegates
To Oppose Bill for
Universal Drill
Measure Will Be Discussed
at Convention Opening
Here To-morrow
The National Guard oaaociation of,
the United States will begin ?ta an-,
nual convention to-morrow in the base?
men? of the 71st Kegimen: Armory,
Thirty-fourth Street and Park Avenue.
The mebiliaation of the 71st is not ex-!
pected to interfere with the conven?
tion.
The Guard of all the states will be
represented by delegatoa. It
pected that the chief item of d
-.?ill be m?thode of opposing the
universal military training bill, which
National (?uard officers o? high rank
dialike in itl ptrsent form. Major Gen
eral < lenient, of Pennaylvaaia, will be
among the speaker?-.
Bacorted by part of ?he 71st Hcpi
ment. with its band, a hundred or more
guests, including regular army and Na?
tional Guard officers in uniform, the
Governors of live states, Repreaenta*
?i Congreaa, H i shop?, m.il othei
Church dignitarlea, railroad presidents
and bankera, will parade up Fifth Ave?
nue thia evening .ui.-t before ,?? o'clock
from the 71st Regiment Armory to the
Univeraity Club. There they will dine
a.-) the guests of the committee of ai
rangerncnts of the National Guard eon?
??.. The civilian gneatl will rule
in automobil? s.
complete programme for the
three-day convention has been given'
mittee of arranger
? : i | .?i ? i i ?? i George 1
chairman. The other members
?if the committee are I ihn H.
Colonel William <?. Hates. Colo?
nel GeOI .'?? K. \\ ?lone! Cor?
nelius Vanderhilt, Colonel Sidney
Major l?e Witt Clinton Fall .
i William n. Fearn and ? ap?
ta irthor II. Miller.
Secretar** of War Baker and Gov?
Whitman will speak at the
s;<>n to-i? orrow aft? moon. Other speak
er-- will be Bri*radier General William
A Mann, Major General John F. O'Ryan
ami Representa'ive Thomas B. Crage,
of Pennsylviin ,i.
Mayer Mitehel will make the addre- i
at ?he opening st-ssion in
?he morning, while Governor Edge of
! den. ral Nelaoa A..
will be the principal
? he evening,
New Negro Regiment
Is Ready for Call
A report that, the 16th Regiment,
N. Y. N. G.. (he new colored unit, would
aeon be called out wa- .strengthened:
? lay by the activity at headquar?
ters in Lafayette Hall, IStd Street and ?
? \vt!IU?\
'i ne regiment has- been acceptetl by
the s'ati. but cannot be mustered in
recognised by the Federal
government
Colonel William Hay ward ?nil hi?
? n tl rough a prelimi
? ?pection yesterday. H
rgimenl ape !" meet |
'he regular army te?t without suff'-r
thiough physical dis -
There are ?-??in enlisted men in |
::? and the number is grow ?
1
71st Regiment
Quick to Heed
Call to Colors
600 Men Out by 10 P. M.;
All Expected To Be Ready
This Morning
Speedy Mobilization
Pleases U. S. Officer
Guardsmen Expect to Set a
Record for Quick Assem?
bly and Muster In
i he '. i -? '?? ???? Y-! k Infantry mom
Iizeti so rapidly I following
the receipl t,t ordert from the War
l'ment that ?to 'lay I nited
officers are planning to muster it for?
mally into the Federal Held -ervire.
Thi.? .?.il eatobliah a record foi i
zation anil mnater of a National Guard
r?giment.
Six hundred of the I ed men
of the regiment were at the armory,
Thirty-fourth Street and Part Avenue,
bt-?oro 10 o'clock last night, so ;-mr>oth
ly did the system of communication ar?
i by the Bald officer- work. To
allow them to ge* rid of their citi/.en
clothes and also to avoid making them
sleep on the armor) floor over night,
'I,, r offleera told them to go hon
repoi t back at their cumpa:.. ro?
8 o'clock this morning.
Soon after midnight two hundred
r ore members of the i
for duty, making a total of eight hun?
dred in the armory. Major Hatch
? ted l?verai hundr? d more
rive in the course of the nighi.
officer?; of the regimeni I'
? .-cry man in the regime! l will be
and by io o'clock to-da?
the phyaical examination* prepai
to mustering can begin within half a"
hour thereafter. No other fact could
?m atrikjlngly illustrate the dilferene?
? M trie National Guai i
now ami at the time the Pi ?
called out the Guard foi Mexican bor?
I ice.
Pirat Musler Took a Week
V that time the 71 I Ai mor? , like
all ol i.' i . ? aa a ad ne of pande?
monium, and it took almost a I
get ready for the muat? i \- . ? Flat
? eially determined to-day to make
a good record in everything it does
during the t -
Captain Joaopk L Gilbrcth, r. S. A.,
v.ho will art ai muatering officer, ar
rived at the armory al 9 o'clock, while
of men were I ling in and re.
porting to their nr-i sergeants. Ha
took one look al the orderlj crowd ai.J
ed himself
?Sen - thai th : id b? tit
called on! waa received ca I ?
oi moi | ?. ? - ? ' rda ftei men
who happe' ? mem?
liers of I he t '.: nent cai
after reading extrai announcing that
thirteen National Guard regimeni ? hail
been ordered oui in th? East? rn De
pait in? i -.
Many Inquiries Received
Wires, mothera and ? i ethearta
anxioualy telephoned to a-k if the
regimeni waa to leave the city at
enliated men wanted to ?
when to report, and scores of out?
dei were telephoning to verifj ?I?1
Waahir "ton iepoi I until
late tha? i in ? could be an a?? r? d, foi
? I W. <;. Hates, the regir?
commander, did not
from the adjutant general' office at
Albany uni il after 7 o' ?? ' <? or?
tier-- were placed in the handl of Ma?
joi -1 M. Hntehinaon al 8:45, and ho
promptly telephoned them to the col?
onel.
Wool uniforms, overcoats and nn
derclothea are held in plenty by ?ht?!
regimental quartermaster, according
report, and the men s'noulc' be ?
ready t<> 1"' ma tori I ate Pederal
service in reeorti time.
It is expected to take several dav?
longer to get tl.e L'd New York h
reatlv for Pederal mnater, aa tl il
gnniaation'i headquarters and thi
l( eompaniea are in Troy, and the re-1
maining companies in other cities'
ti.roughout that poiI ol ? - ? t?te,
"'.'her New York S'al onal Guard
OUtl ' - a'-e affeetetl by ti ? U ;?? |i?
men? orders, though othei exp?
be called at almo.? any mont?
The 2d Infantry i regarded as one
of the bei I National Guard orga
Kurt Schindler
who will conduct the Chorus of the Schola Cantorum in a
t
Russia d Folk Song Concert at Carnegie Hall, Wednesdaj, |
E?ening, March 28th, write? of the
AM PICO
.''\broducwq ?J\atuy
"Hi?* Ampico reproduces faithfully ihr iiidividu.il
style* of die virtuosi in all ils minutest detail,
"\X lut a pity* sued an in\i*ntiori did not exist in the
l?inr of the j*rral classical compfi'rrs l?> hand down
to pfistrrity thnr own lofty rncsagr."
KIR I SCHINDLER.
llnabe
Wareroomi :
?5th \\c. at .Wlh St.
It ii practicallj*
? i -n ?? ?i1 m.?r itmctn ?!
men. la w<?ll officered. at?.?l SSO?e M I
Of the bc.-?t rernii'- ?>:' th.? regimen -
\b?.u4 l.?OO in Tlst
The 71 il il the b'-*???*e3t O.iar :
r?i<?nt in .V
the 1,600 '?i?- who went to th* bordei
:* itlll he:ii}. in 1' ? ran'-..'. [I
rr-onths on the border.
Hii'l this i.a beli'-vr-d to he the rea.*or.
for it be;njr on" of the ?r*t two called.
thoueh the 47? ?;. .? Brooklyn re;: ?
did not leave New Vor'*? at all.
i 'orr.pany Bo:
men employe?! in the John
ink r **nrr. Betidei Colonel
? ir Guard colonel
Hut en, the
- ai?> Lieutenant i'olnr.el (i
II. w? *, E We] - and w;,i.
11 and < aptain 11. A. Kehl
? <?nt.
Al suo:- ?, regiments are
i -?'? ?.: Held ser
? ' bei will ' under the
'? d. and
*ui>po.-e?i thai il.e compaaiea will he
:nr (ruard duty at nee
thnmghout the
Jersey Militia
Ready to Enter
Service To-day
First and Fifth Regiments
Anticipate Mobiliza?
tion Order
- of the v National
1 Guard, ?ritl
? ar.rl Patenon, began ?hortl
o'clock last night. Commanding offi?
cer? oniered *he men to report at the
arateriei at 9 e'eloek thii morn i i .
announced that the regiment?, both o'
?m the bor
der, will be ready by noon to be -mi?
! service.
..??men'
? ? . ? ? ? ?
ha*, the two regiment? would gr
.tiena G
i detailed to guard
Ml?!
northern and eastern
rait o:
* ? partmi t of I b
the inetan? Militai
of al!
Ferai sa f muni?
t Genei
I men and c-tab
.
**?!(? for Newark? Twpi
I
?
waterfront to guard the larga
. while the Patei *?>n eont
? to * ? ?? fe pou ?!? r and
- fron Haa?
to Plimpton Lokoa nod -?* Wnyne
. . ?i ?.. i-. Detaili alao
?
i :.:;- -, aver I
..
J >hn D. Praaer, ?
men to
?
Quick?
?
? ?
.uld be mil -
mon
Ubei v Van Wain
, comma 5th. urd? : ?
I moriei Pat? .1
-
and it
er wa m Ad
T Barber, : 1 d the 1
mg *;ie me in led on all
I" ? ?.; gime it in??? t
officer .. and efforts will be
jo to full war
?th of 2.002 men and ."?'? of)
etun ?I from the
border ?he Co a pan y at Rutl - ?
a tail thii company
--? I to Hover, but the
ecruiting has bo il irte ;
?
Private cuerda airead,? *_T^*
stationed along the right of ?!, ."**?
Kailroad an.l ?-?i ?ft**
' ?"?Ha, .wn*?v4k *?*
K?st ' l?ewer&3>
which aupi.i ci r.'ar.o'i ?,.?.?**?''
lee. ?.mV'*'"'
plein.* ?4, "*-i||
Keail? i?r l a||
PreaaraUeBs foi lb. mobll
? ??' in ,l utl?
*ar>' ('*,? -j?t *????,*"?
??*r>' *"**" .4?! ?.?***'*
have extended to the p0:-,- ?. ,5 **"?
? */ "*
remaii . ?*** U,
tere?! ?/a"**
which orders _? ? received hZ -" "*
I ; ?d'.ka,"***?"
, and esemk? ?**
lineai th(r. b?? **
' ??er 5 _?*?***
ception of lmoer ,,?{**/??
ANDERSON GALLERIES ,
Comirencinq i^HHTfT. ???_-? ?
Les Amis des A?listes Asseciiti
t?
vraiw ?
"Who discovered Ricoro?" We have been asked
this question a thousand times.
All of the United Cigar Stores boast of their
"original Ricoro discoverers;" But the question
is still open and unsettled.
Every day we meet men who think they know,
and they tell us how it happened. The story is
different every time.
We are going to publish some of these stories.
Watch for them and judge for yourself. They'll
interest you because,
Sooner or later you 7/ discover?
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Invincible Size 7c
i-.? iof 5*1,1 o
Imported
from Porto Rico
TAL *I?e?^^
"V'oii^I 1 discover an imported cigar ol rich, tropic fragrance, sweet,
mellow taste and gentle mildness at less than the price of a
domestic cigar.
You'll discover in the Ricoro a line looking cigar?a cigar you'll
hand to a friend with pride and with the assurance that he will
enjoy it thoroughly.
You'll discover that an imported duty-free 6c Ricoro is the equal
ol other 15c imported cigars.
You'll discover why we call Ricoro the "self-made" cigar?it made
its own success on its own merit.
A dozen sizes and shapes ? 6c to 2-for-25c ? ?Sold only in
Strttogi Size 6c
Imported
from Porto Rico
UNITED CIGAR STORES

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