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Didnt 11k < Jn < rn Roe Hllrrapf rraptI1Ionht rraptI1Ionhttht Thought Thoughtthe
the Tint fI t Regiment Oat Outmrched marched the thellh theftltAnd
ftltAnd llh And Veteran trn Found the March MarchToo Itruthroo
Too Long Ion and nd Objected to Home In It ItOld ItlId
Old lId soldiers Ioldllrl and young youn soldiers loldle veterans veteransof vetranl vetranlof
of the Ih greatest rtlltt and veterans cteraO of tho latest latOt of ofIhe ofthl
Ihe thl nations Olon1 wars wal paraded plrade yesterday yesterdayin Ylterday Ylterdayin
in honor of the nations ntonl soldier lodler dead It ItWSA I I1a
WSA a I brave showing Ihowlng of soldiers loldlel old and andyoung andTOung
young 1a tho flncat fnut perhaps perhapl that tho city cityhas cityha
ha has een n In many years year There were werefeatures wereftaluls
features ftaluls about the parade that evoked evokedcrit
crit crtc m mIn mIn
In the opinion of military mitar sharps Ihars In the thereviewing thertlltlng
reviewing rtlltlng stand tho Seventh Regiment Regimentfor RAlment RAlmentfor
for once In Its It history hl8tor was outmarched outmarchedby outmarhe
by b another New ew York regiment reglmeRt And the theregiment therglment
regiment ihat tat took its It I meure measure according accordingto acring
to rglment the tb critics criic was Wi the Seventyfirst Seventyfrst Col ColWilliam ColWi1am
William Wi1am G Bates Batc commanding There Thereir
ir 1 s no doubt that the Seventh Sventh with Its Itssplendid Itepltndld
splendid hand hlnd and drum drm corps the largest largestAggregation largtt largttIggre
Aggregation Iggre aton of musicians muslnlao In the parade paradewith parde pardeItb
with Itb its white hle trousers troustr cadetgray cadstgry coats coatsand COltl COltlnd
and nd its 111 workmanlike workmanlke ambulance corps corpsmade corpsmadl
made madl the finest fntt moving picture plcturt but Col ColAppletons Col
Appletons 4pp1 Ions command comand did not present preent the thealmost thl thlAlm0t
almost Alm0t perfect perect companyfront alignment alignmentwhen algntnt algntnth
when h n passing in review rPvlew that was Wa presented presentedby prente
by b11bl the companies of the Seventyfirst SeventyfirstMost Seentyfrt SeentyfrtI05
Most I05 of the company units unill of the Seventh Seventhpreserved Selenthrre
preserved rre fed the high marching standard which whichhat whichha
hat ha made madl the regiment famous Some of ofthem ofth
them th m however hOIcr showed showe a very VEr ragged ragjf front frontKvery frontrIerr
Kvery rIerr company of the Seventyfirst Sevcntyfrt on the theother thl thlothtr
other hand marched as al well wel as the best of ofthe ofIht
the Iht Seventh Time was Wa when the Seventy Seventyfirst Secntytrt
first trt was 11 not a remarkably remarkably fine fne show on onparade onpaadE
parade paadE All Al of which suggests sugglta recent fent hard hardwork hardork
work ork of officers ofcel and men along the lines Inl8 of ofmilitary ofmlltAyefcenc
efficiency efficiencyBut
military mlltAyefcenc mlltAyefcencBut
But the military mitar sharps Ihars in the reviewing reviewingitand reviewingItAnd
itand had their hammers rapping rappig before beforethn beforeIhe
thn Seventh SInth came along and lite 1 8e majeult majeultthough aj I Itougb
though tougb it may have havl been bEn they rapped rappedthe rappe
the MajorGeneral MajorGtneral commanding cmmanding the theNational theatlonal
National Guard of the State MajorGen MajorGenCharles MajorGenChrlt
Charles Chrlt F Roe Rl Gen Roe Re is a I graduate graduateof gaduate gaduatenf
of West Wft Point and served Aene in both bth the First Firstnnd Flft FlftRnr
nnd Rnr Second Secnd United UnleStat States Cavalry 1a1ry The Thecritics TheCrtC
critics CrtC said that thlt the rules ml provide pr viae that the theball thepal
ball pal of the thl foot fot only shall Ihal rest In n the stirrup stirrupGen strmp strmpGpn
Gen Roes RO saddle was as fitted fted with wih highly highlypolUhwl highlypl
polUhwl pl Lh 1 open brass brM stirrups Itlrupl and when whenhe whtn whtnhI
he hI passed the Ihl reviewing stand Rtard the stirrups stirrupswere ItmtPl ItmtPlprt
were prt home to t the heels hP11 of thn tlA boots bls This Thiswnnld ThlwOIII
wnnld have havp been htn allright alrlght for a huntsman huntsmanor huntman huntmanor
or for a jockey JocklY The sharps jharl Insisted Insistedthough Inlstld Inlstldtholfh
though tholfh that Gen Roe Re had barl0 no official ofcAl busi business hUII hUIInpl ¬
ness npl to ride on parade with hunting huntnl or orracing orudnl
racing udnl stirrups stirrupsThey strmp strmpThl3
They Thl3 said Id also all that Gen Roes stirrup stirrupttrnps Itlrrp ItlrrptrRpl
ttrnps trRpl were ere too short Fhort They poinled K > inted to toMajor 10rRjlr
Major Oliver Oler B Bridgman when he hl rodo rodoalong rodoIlong
along Ilong at the head hear of Squadron Suadron A as having havings
s perfect pertc cavalry cvall seat Major Bridgman Bridgmanrode Brrgmn Brrgmnf
f rode with wih 1 straight leg that in I with withstirrup wih wihrimtp
stirrup straps so 10 long that there wa 1 no nobend nohend
bend in the the leg lep atthe Itte knee knE and with wih stirrups stirrupsexactly stJrrps stJrrpsexcll
exactly excll under undfr the ball hal bf o the th foot footAs foot
As for ior thn t old veterans etlraM many of them themdid themlld
did lld not like lke the th new ne llpe 111 of march and the thelength th thlenflh
length lenflh of it The line lne of yesterdays ytttrdaA parade paradewg
wg up Central Park West from Fiftv
ninth street trEtlo to Seventysecond through throughSeventyf thruJh thruJhtrtpt
Seventyf oond street trtpt to Broadway to toFJjshtystxth 10FJfhtYIth
FJjshtystxth FJfhtYIth street ItrCt to t Riverside Rherldl Drive Driveto Drhl
to the Soldiers SldierA and Sailors Salorl Monument at atRiverside atIhtrlde
Riverside Ihtrlde Drive and Eightyninth Eighninth street streetto IIrecI
to Ninetieth street lrlIo and disrates dllm This Thisroute Thl ThlrOI
route rOI E involved am a rchoj rch oJMmelhlg something over overtwo 011
two mlle mlfof of parnde plllne tossy lOlay nothing of thn thnmsrchnte thAmarchriIhaI
msrchnte fhafhattto tnqtd rWdbnelrt n niWt iWt gett6lhV gett6lhViniNsai hi
marchriIhaI plt ofi Corltn Rnd Ule1ol ot Is
JI8 iniNsai iniNsaiThe
The Th old soldiers said thnt Ilt the Ih old lljin of ofmarch or ormaroh I
march from rrm Washington Souare Uir to 1J thn ni
North lorlh Monument Monlment or lust lUII about ablt a mile milewas le les
was s long enough and that they could Culd drop dp
into lime wlIhalt without the necessity nell of dodging dodgingso dllglng dllglngI
so I many trolley trUty cars cfa as they Iht had to yes yesterday Vs Vstmav ¬
terday In the vicinity Icnl of the Grand Circle Circlett ClrolE
tt I U certain rtaln that tbe surface cars ClA two north northand northand
and south tines lneA and lurac one ont crosstown crMIo linn linnat
at II beginning the Circle Circe delayed the formation formaton at the thnbeginning thebpglnnln
Putthe Rut Ihe old veterans clprnl were wfrp not bothered botheredfn bOlhere
fn 0 much by the line 1M of march marh and the th > length lengthof
of it jtb as they y were r by another feature of tho thoparade thoparade
parade In the Seventh Spnlh division d i lon marched marcheda mnrhe
a I number numbr of I Italian ln military mllar and xoml xomlmilitary 101 101mlta
military mlta organizations organllon under unrtr command commandof
of Port Warden Wlrdtn James K t March Mnrhi Gov GovOrtells
Ortells 0 < 11 Italian Ialln boss ho in this t hil city elt March MarchRot MAh MAhn
Rot n an Invitation Invlatlon for his hi followers folowel to take takepart takeplrt
part plrt from Grand Crand Marshal Malhal Frederick FrprCk L I
tfohaefer When Whtn the fact became bme known kno n
in Grand Army Jrmy circles circlC certain Craln members mlmbJI of orOh
Noah Oh L I Farnliam Post and Lafayette IafR
Po Pot t declared dedare that I hRI they t bey would wOlld not turn t I r out 011 te
if i the Italians IIalan did They The said that Ihe Ihesoldlerp
Day WMa function to
soldlerp loldlefand Memqs and there ther ought OU hl fo be no acr place plac in olr it itI
for or fantastic fanlllio organizations orgamztlonl not nt all RI In InThe Intuchwith
I tuchwith thA fplrt of Ihe day
The Italians IlalanR marqhed however howlIlr and so 0
did dldFt Fsrnham mbam and mane Lafavette Lfavp1 posts Kach lch
Italian ItalaQ organization organlzllon carried carrIe a big It American Americanwas Amercan Amercanag
ag Ind wide It t h faj of Hah This Thisa
was a what hlt got on the nerves nnM of theold Ihe old sol 101 ¬
diers die In fact flCl some of them Ihlm became bame very
indignant over it i as R thev Ihe were werl over ver the thecarrying Ih Ihcsrryng
carrying of t ho tricolor of Franco tranc beside beidf the
Sinr csrryng SRr and andSIrj Stripes by h the th two French Frnoh organ ¬
izations Iton the thl Grenadier Grnadier Rochamheatt Rhambl and andthe andInl
the Inl Guarde uarfo I Jfayele < afnyetto In venting vlnllng his
feelinRRon fNlnlFon POM PO Kald this point pint a member mtmber of Farnham Farham I
experience this year yeal ought to be beenough
enough ppronc for the tb Grand Army Arm in New ew York
for all al time I think and there aro other otherveteranswho olhcl
veteranswho INernlwhoag agre with Ith me that the pres presence pf8 ¬
I ence pnt of o thene Ih > foreign flags fag In our parade paradenational prade pradetodalocarif
todalocarif for no Imblanc oflntfr oflntfrlalo
national lalo al excum exol but butplmplIo simply to please pleM a lot lotof lotof
of organizations whose hO members memil cannot
have hl Ie anything An1 hing in common rmmon with wll h us on a I day da
like lkp this s little ltle short hor of an Insult 10ult to those thoseno Iho
ho no knew kn but hit one flag fa and died dil for it I Ithe
hll I much mltken If by
the Ihl national 10jry O A J H headquarters headclarerlf Acton if that thatshall that8al
shall 8al be 1 necewary nec rv will 11 not prevent prlent the
introduction Inlrnnlllon of such Ru h features featlres in a Memorial Memoral
Dov parade prad in the th future futuf
There were Wer ten divisions dlvllol in the parade paradend
And nd there thpfer wero not far from frm 15000 10 men Pre PreAnd In
Hue The nchome of the parade parde was five
divisions dhi ionl of Grand Ornd Array posts wa followed
POt fOloe
by b a I division rlvlRfon of Spanish War veterans vetrl
a division d i lonof of Independent Indepndent organizations orgalztlos a
division of church ohurl and allied cadet corps
a division dhi10nofAohool of school cadets edet ale and andl last t1e the crPi crPia dl cl
JTMon Ion headed hede by the Hebrew Hebr Sheltering
uuardian Battalion Bllalon the whole wholeeor escorted by byOuard b
t R dlIachrrnt of and the
Ouard GUr from fromManhatan fromManhatan11Pradlwa Manhattan rgllal Natonal
The 11Pradlwa parade waa lat lt in moving mong and Itwaa Itwaagood Itw ItwR
R good go bit after afer 10 oclock oclo when the th right rght
or line 1ne reached ache the reviewing rviewing stand at the theJJ
fQt of Wet Itrt Itndat naif an
hllr that Elgtnlnt
bfo clng Ooverol Frnk
JJ Biggins Hggne the reviewing rvlewlng officer ofcr and m mm m mrp
rp of the Governors staff
1 Goverorf ltt came cme up c e
rorted rrt by the Old Guard Our and its Is fine fne band bandktand bnd bndI
Te Actng GOIeror was at the
I ktand td by the Veteran Vetern Corps Cor rcive of Artillery Artillerymand ArlerY
nltry Scety of tbe War of 18t2 In cm
mand of S Rowland Howlnd Poll Pel In the absence abnc of ofSome
th Ry Dr orgOn Db the I
USme Some time tlmaaflerwar afterward MajorGen oommder Corbln Corblnw CrblnJ
w 5 S A J > commanding crndlng MaorGen the Department of or
Dprlent I
th Ihe East Est came along attended attnde by hU hi aide aide5rty ade I
fe of I
otlen th
pry arrived arloe later latr but expte there ther were rvewing many
5W tabl > le absentees ahnt including MajorGens MajorGensM MjOrG wer M MCcll
Ccll McMahon and Ansn G Mcokj
I John
ana anaG
Snt Pltt
G M it Cor lue N BII and Rrer RrerWhte
Whte h0 Uie Regulars Rgulr consisting cnAltng of eight
companies CS01mpie of coast ot artillery artiery from Forta For
Slocuni Jay Totten Tott and ad Schuyler march marchKM mh
iou KM p H a ifatr infantry under udel command cmd Snuylr of Col ColK Cl Cln
Merrill of the and
Meri Artillery Corp ad
K n AUr CJ
fteaded ede by a squad Iqua of mounted mout police plc and andthere ad
bd of the Eighth Unit St In
A mrhl I there ther wan WA genuine genuineui auie
entuswm The e Rg1 gu ui m n mde de e a fine ne
apPrc PPfnMice They Te marched with the Ie
mrbE wit <
1C t which whh Is said Id to t be b peculiar pl to t the theGen
Gen Gn pOft RoeVwitb iR hla atlmipa ary in
R wltl I hltlP I thawropr thawroprI t J
I f
B r i A Mor or J rifnwn U l ull aatai t
Pti4 o TjwtjHwoond Tftd = Reclmont mt Cot Coti l
Frkli Brtet rldl h1 le by cb
< ot a rA hand ad did tmo e mrh
In ho cPma me lno thf nt and Hcoond
i b i i Hd
batteries tr
more applause IpplUl with heir gun lunl nd thoro thor wo 1a
Following Folowing the citizen oltu artillerymen cftmo cftmovcnth
rtirmen Cm
Iho rgiment ot tho Fllt Drlg
On Gerg Mor Hmlth DrlRe commadI
Whln tho Hventh vcnth Regiment Rglmentl Col Cl Danlol Dlnlol
Appleum Applet leadlm ledlnl came c me up the people on
tle he sUml IId broke loose 0 and choered chered for nil ni
they her were worth and they kept It up for the
Hl Hldynlnth yplnth Col Cl Duffy which win right
IxsliQidthflScvonlli hohld the Hvoth Thoncamo 110 CRmo the Wi El hth
and ar Ninth Some Bme of the ho Captains Caplalnl F1 of of the
latter iler regiment forgot to order ordel their com ¬
mands mand to shift Ahlt from port prt to right shoulder shoulderarms
arms arl after aftr pawing pHlng the Htand
Tho Regiment tho United
StaUrn 8tt Marines Marine nnd Ind tho First It Battalion Unit of
Naval Militia Mita passed and then oamo the thoveterans theeleral
veterans eleral The Te J Veteran Vetr Zouave omu Associa
tlon ton and ad the Anderson Andern Zouavoa Zouav0 Zuave only AMI ten tn of ofwhom ofwhom
whom out of the original
ot regiment rglm lt vrere vrereenever ere
lef t pmde ytry the of
gt oton
the dy hut whenever enever an army post postcheers
Jt crr
Igttere btte mrche by the thecher
cheers cher and ad tho applause applus g broke loose lo again againexercises agai
Theleft or the lne the atand at
13 oclok Te pre WA folod y
exercises exeris at the Soldiers Boldlef and ad Sailors S 10 Monu Monument Monl ¬
ment Including Includig an address addr by Dr P H
Murphy MurphyniO 1lurhy
Between Bhnen 8OOO 80 and oooo 00 Were In Line LineColon Lne LneColon
Colon for American
Amerltn Volunteers VolunteersThe olunteenThe
The Memorial Memoril Day parade In Brooklyn Brooklynwas Broklyn Broklynwae
was one of the largest and most imposing Impsing
held there in several eeerl years year and no previous previousturnout prvious prviousturout
turnout turout of the kind drew such an immense immenseand fmenAe fmenAeand
and enthusiastic throngs of
enthuslaeto thrnp spectators spectatorsThere peotatr
There Tere were between 8000 8 and Olooo 00 par participants participant ¬
ticipants ticipant In I the parade of whom about abut 1500 1500belonged1
belonged1 belonge to t the rapidly thinning thlnnlnJ ranks rnks of ofthe ofthe
the Grand Army Ary of the Republic Republo It I wan wanfor
for these thee gray haired haire veterans etranl that the theapplause theapplause
applause was 8 most pronounced pronounce The Thecolumn Theclumn
column clumn composed ompse of ten divisions dlllM was wasformed Wal
formed forme at Bedford Beford avenue and South Suth Eighth Eighthstreet Elghlhstret
street stret and with wih a squad uad of mounted mountl police policemen plo
men as al un escort ecrt started Ilarle shortly ehorty after ater 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock under the command cmmand of Col James JamesD Jaml
D Bell BI with a staff stat which Included Include many of ofthe I Itbe
the leading veterans in Brooklyn BrooklynThe Brkln BrklnThe
The Unitedi Unie States BtAte troops troopl comprising ompriing a adetachment adetachment
detachment of the Eighth Infantry eight eightcompanies eightompanie
companies ompanie of artillery artler and marines marlnl and andbluejackets andbluejackell
bluejackets bluejackell from frm the navy MI yard under undrthe undrthecmmand the thecommand
command cmmand of Col Cot G G Grenough Gitnoughformt formed formedthe
the first frst division dlvelon having the right of ofline orlne
line lne The other divisions dlillon were as RIoloW RIoloWSKnso follows followssitcoKn
sitcoKn nmstox nmstoxSecond IRIOX IRIOXSecnd
Second Secnd Brigade rllRrp National AtoMI 11nrr ttinrd 11 ren
lames Moleer commanding fnlnandlnl Second Sl ond Slsnnl Sllnnl
Corps CI Fortyseventh Infantry JlrRntry Fourteenth FOlrtEnlh
Infantry Infantf rl Twentythird Infantry Jnrnntf Thirteenth ThirteenthHeavy Thlrlptnlh ThlrlptnlhHIO
Heavy HIO Artillery rtUr Third Tlrd Battery RIpr Light Jlht Ar Artillery r rtr ¬
tillery tr Troop f Cavalry Ctlr Second Sftond Battalion alflon alflon11al
Naval 11al Militia MilitiaThe lllln llllnTh
The Th third thlrc I fourth and Ind fifth tfh divisions divisionscontained dhI lol
contained Cntalnd the various Rtloll tirand Army rm posts postsSIXTH POltl
manding mlndlnl Spanish SPlnlh War Wlr Veteran crnn Joseph InlIh Liitz lut7 com commanding commlndlnl ¬
ing Sons Rnnl of VetfraiiR pterall Frank T Davi command commAndonORTH ¬
KnlshU Inl hb of St Rt John nnd lnd Malta 11Rla Gen lln
Xlohofns Sl holls A Harltnann Knights Knlrhtiof of Columbus ColumbusRegiment rnhlmbl
Regiment Rf lmont CM nl William IIIAm A Hurni HurniNINTH HnmISTI
NINTH ISTI nmsioN nmsioNAmerican OIII IO IOAmrlcln
American Amrlcln Volunteer oIUnlfpr Cadets Cndlll Cant Homer loRpr j
C trrossciip commanding First Flr t Regiment RegimentCapt
Rejlnpnt RejlnpntClpl
Capt Clpl rOIlII oeorge eolt II lacknon IAfk nl Jr fr Second Rpcono Regi Regiment Rell ¬
ment nHnt rapt apt Heorge nrlp X S watt al Third Thlrl Heg Hegment 11 11mnt
ment apt Rdward tdlrd QuInn QutnnThe QuInnTho
The tenth division dlI lon IndudpH Ildldlr the Boyt BoytBrigade oa oaBrJlldf
Brigade BrJlldf Marshal J 1 HTIIIston I TIlon rommandinc olIlndln olIlndlnIn
organization In whlrh them were pr twentyone tlfntOII nepnrate nepnrateorganization fplrRI
A stand was W1 erected in front frnl of HIP Han Hanover HAnoer ¬
over Club near trwstarting point pinl nnd hers herstho he hethl
tho thl parade prdl was 1aR first 1 r I reviewed rlvl1rr by h Borough BoroughPresident rollh rollhPlllldpnt
President Plllldpnt Martin Marin W WIltIAI Littleton n who WHS WHSafterward WAi
afterward Iftar hurried hurrt ln > an automobile autmnhUo to tothe 10the
the regular lular review lw stand on tho Pronect PronectPark ProOt ProOtPrk
Park Plaza Plaz clone tlo to the Soldiers R Jd 111 and Sailors SailorsArorr Slol
Arorr Arlr whereKth her 14M paradn prd wan dismissed dismissedTheline dirlP
Theline T lne of omarh march was wa alonfcJJwdford alon f r avenue avenueto
to BhMarhs to tonRv < 3randavenue nUI to W rtlll sliine sliineton
ton the th avnnuer RJU arch archMore arh arhMor to t Eastern FAtEr Parkw fr ay y through throughthe thollgh thollghth
More than Iha thltt thousand
Mor thirty Ihoulid persons personsit
it is I estimated fthnlte viewed thn Ihclumn column Pln UK II IIRIPundlrthe U Ufiled
filed RIPundlrthe underIho Memorial lpmorlli Arcrh ArcrhAn orl
An exciting excllnl Incident occurred while the thecolumn thf
column was 1 at a brief occurr halt hal in St Marks Marksnear MArk MArkneal
near neal Franklin Frankln avenue Rlnup A horse ho in TrohpC TrohpCtook TrnpO TrnpOlo
took lo k friftbt ran away and dn dAhld he > d Info Infothe Inlotha
the Third Battery Batry The 1n ritler turned tmP a asomersault I
somersault IOtfll animal which from frm the Iht thlnlulckly back hck of the te affrighted affrightedThe atri Alhle hlt
The Thi rider was wa net h hrl hrlBfo jrt jrtBefore
Before Bfo the thl narado started RIarlt the American AmericanVolunteer Amercan Amercanolnl
Volunteer olnl r Cadets Cadpt rrdQ who o appeared appard in Rough RoughRider RoughRidtr
Rider Ridtr uniforms Inlforml received cllnd a stand of colors colorsemblem olo1
a RtaI Rnd a natlonR natlonRembltm
100 juldonl faJ
emblem embltm from frn Regent Urgnt Jnmea Jam L Martin Martinon Martn Martnon
on behalf bhRlr of Philadelphos Philvipiphol Court 582 5 Royal Ryal RyalArcnutl
Arcanum Arcnutl Borough Rrolgh PresidentLittleton Pldent Jltlelon in inaccepting Inacptng
acptng accepting the colors olor on behalf bhalf of thn cadets cadetsI cadt8 cadt8al I
al I accept RCcpt this Ihl flag fa and to those thO boys boysIn oy II
In whom U locked up lp thn th destiny dAliy of this thisrepublic thisflhlc
republic I give gle it It In return The Thl red lipped lippedgirls
girls lrl flhlc have kissed it and mothers mlh1 and wives wivesand wIvf
and daughters daught1 nnd anr sisters altt1 havp half bathed bathedIt ballP
It in their teara I Rrd and hope hop and lovij 10 Take TakeIt TakeI
It I and thll mnwmber 1lm r that that it I is il not tho flag flagof fai
of the King or the IhE Queen QUPn or 01 the Mikado Mikadoor fkado fkadoor
or thn thl Emperor Emprl but it is your flag fa and my myflag myfa
flag fa and the thf flag fag of every lry American Amercn hov hovand x > y yand
and every pel American girl girlGen Irl
Gen Isaac Ilo S Catlin Catn the venerable Ienlrabli one onelegged onE
legged legg1 veteran tfran in presenting prntng ri brohzii brohziimedal rhz rhzmedal
Ronort W WnHon
medal to Private Rohrt onn onnof nf
of the cadets cet for fOI proficiency profclenc in drill dri said saidLet aid aidTt
Let me commend cmmmd to you 01 tho Ih bravery braveryand hr Ar Arand
and the tenacity ttnal of the Japanese Tapane andwhen andwhenyou andhenOU
you OU know kno you are ar right the te stubbornness stubbornnessof tbbrne
of f the the Russians RussiansAt ItullanR ItullanRthe
At the close clof of o tho parade prae delegations delegationsof dfJegltonl
of the veterans veteraO went wnt to t the various varoul ceme cemeItiries me me11riC
Itiries 11riC to strew flowers fower on the graves grvt of oftheir ortheir
their dead comrades and hold memorial memorialsenices
senices cmrae I
nnthntlaim In Newark NewarkMemorial NewarkMemorl
Memorial Memorl Day was wa celebrated clebrtd in Newark Newarkyesterday Nlwark NlwarkytrlY
yesterday ytrlY with great get enthusiasm tnthuslam All Al the theGrand te teGrnd
Grand Grnd Army Armypt posts turned ture out in the morning morningunder morninl
under the leadership leaderhip of Grand Grnd Marshal MarshalDavid MahaLDald
David D Keefn Kefe and were wer escorted crtw by the themounted themOlntf
mounted mOlntf police plc the Flint Ft Troop Trp a bat battalion battal ¬
talion tal on of police JJ on foot fot the theFlnt First Regiment Regimentunder
under Col Ereeman FfmaDthe the Elizabeth Eizbth Light LightBattery Lght LghtBatery
Battery the Newark Catholic Catnolo Infantry Infantryseniors InfJntrF InfJntrFBnlor
seniors Bnlor and juniors junloln in two divisions dlvloM tho thoColumbian
Columbian Guards Ouar arid several Ievltalother other Italian Italianuniformed Itlan Itlanunlformeorlztol
uniformed unlformeorlztol organizations organizationsCommittees
Committees from frm the various varoU posts went wentto wnt wnttotbe
CmmlU with floral deco decoratlonsand
to totbe the several Berl cemeteries cmtir forl de
ratlonsand paid tribute to comrades comrdewho comrdewhohad who whohad
rtoruiand pid trbut
had gone before bfor Services Srlo were wer held in inmany Inmany
many gne of the thechurh churches and the te flags fage on onThe onpublo
publo half many maet huldlng al over the cUy e at athalf
The Weather WeatherThe nthr nthrTh
The Th hlch pressure prelure area which had kept the theweather Iheulber
weather fatrln falilntbe the Atlantic Alato Stales Siaie for tbe Ibepa put week weekbecan wedbecat
becan becat to noveoirthecoast noveoltbe eOL t yesterday OMleoay and ald was wa fol followed tolloe ¬
loe lowed by so area of f low preuuretbat preMuretlt started slat from fromIhe frm frmIbe
Ihe southwest OUlbwuton on Friday Frdiy and ad wax carrylnr rarfloe cloudy cloudyand cudy cudyaDd
and showery 10eo weather and thunder tbuldfr storms 310rs Into Intothe lotoIbe
the Central C nISlaltS Stateii the Ohio and Tennessee Tennuicevaless TennuicevalessIbe valleys valleyslb
and the Lake and andcloudy andclud
Ibe lb Ea1 Ent Gull States Slate reclons
cloudy clud and ad tareatenlnr Ibr alcnllecodltol conditions Into the Atlantic AtlanticStates Atanto AtantoStatu
States wttb wtb ttidndentornu Ibundenlors at nlrht nlrhtU nlcbta
U was a generally Ico r ty cooler olr In the States Sial west we of the theUttslsilppl IbeUlutltppl
Uttslsilppl Ulutltppl and ad warmer warer In the Atlantic Atto State In Inthl InttL
thl ttL city tht day wai w cloudy cludy and a tbiratenlnc tbrntole with withthunderstorms Ib IbIbuoderlor
thunderstorms Ibuoderlor In tbe evulnr elor west ui truh south southerly sulh sulherly ¬
erly wind n becoralnr bcmlnrbrk brUk at nlrht ntrb average av rare bu bumldlty bumldtty78
mldlty mldtty78 n per pr c < nt barometer barmeler corrected coriC d to read readto readt
to t f a leAel 1Cel at A 8 A U M07 80 at S H II IIThe UTe
The Te temperature teprtu yesterday TelrJy u a recorded rrded by tbe tbeoflldalthermometer Ibeomcabemomeier
oflldalthermometer omcabemomeier Is shown aboW In the tbeuneed annexed table tableM te teID
M IMS ID 1904 tO 1KB 1KBA lP
o A ID I 63 8 P II t 7S 7 fS fSHU 5 51
HU 71 1 0 9PM 67 7 7a Bl
a PM P 77 ertiMid 8S t2 Uld 0 eo eoFor e
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For tattim ta New Vt Vori ruin foUottta ol by fair fairItami 4
Itami ooo fair Gr ttmarntc morrt rfJJt r1 north Mrt to 0 nertliiait nertliiaitwHiii no notn4
wHiii wHiiiFor tn4 tn4For
For eaitera eu m PeBaaylvanla Perlvala New Ne Jeraty 38 and andDelaware ad adDlanre
Delaware Dlanre rain ri today oay followed foUowe br fslr fa la 11 the te after afternoon ar arDoDiatr ¬
noon DoDiatr fair tomorrbw fmor fresh north Drb to t northeast northeastwinds nofe1
winds windsForthe 04
Forthe Pr 04Pr th District Dirct of Columbia ClumbIa Maryland Wa1 and andVirginia ad advretola
Virginia vretola abow ab > ri r and d cooler rter today oay bowers bowerstoraorrowrfreih bower
toraorrowrfreih troriU aoutb lutb winds windsrorwe wc
rorwe 10rwN t rn h New N York Yorfar falrtoday da and 84t10r 84t10rrw tomor tomorrow ¬
row rw light Ub tofresb ttb northeast Dorbeutt to north norb wlads wda A AFor
For air todayijjid tomorrow
10 wu Ne t ttayd h t m1
tb tol1
Artillery rUltrr fl 1t t Up Where hee the thl Flrit Vt Shot of ofthe ofChe
the Conflict Wai Plrrd Id ireleomm ireleommHim eloml eloml1m
Him 1m WUh Wih a Hilutf Hlutevl flvll vtir ii Wat Wil WilLn a aLift
Lift Ln Tow Towrd ril ncttfr Deie Thlnn Tlnl lie f H HGBrrrsuuBO 1 1OETrlbURo
GBrrrsuuBO OETrlbURo May 30 Today for tho thofirst thofft
first fft tlmu tm olnco lnc 1803 186 tho Prexldcnt Ireldcnt of thn thnUnited t h hUnItd
United UnItd HtntcB Statel delivered drlvtrcd an nddroM IddreS on the thebntllodeld thehtlefeld
bntllodeld htlefeld of OettygburR Getysburg tho seono on of tho thogreat thugreat
great And bloody conflict cnflct that WAD Wll the theplvotnl thephotal
plvotnl point of the civil civi war Fortyone Fortyoneyearn
yearn eaf ago A President Preldent Lincoln Jlncln spoke lpke the thofew thefew
few words of his hil brief address addre which has hassince
since Ilnc become bcme so f famous famoul Today Today Presi President Prel Preldent ¬
dent Roosevelt Rolvelt visited visite the battlefield battlefieldnow haltofeld haltofeldnow
now a great national natonl reservation relrvaton and ceme cemetery ¬
tery ternnd and spoke spke for half an hour to a great greatcrdwd Kreatcr
crdwd cr wd of visitors vleltn and townsmen of the thewar th thwar
war between btwen the States Stte and of the heroes heroeswho
who whodl distinguished Ungulshed themselves them lvO In the three threedays
days conflict cnfct waged wage back and forth across acrossthe
the historic hlltorio ground groundIn groun grounIn
In the intervening Intlncnlnl years yef between betwen the theaddresses theaddrele
addresses addrele of Presidents Prldent Lincoln and Roose Roosevelt RoO ¬
velt no President Preident of the tl United Unit States Stateshas Statesha
has ha vtaited vile1 tho t he field feld to speak spk in I public of ofthe orthe
the battle batl or 01 to discuss dul the issjues or result resultof rtult
of the thl war between ttwln the States Btatt Qen Grant Grantvisited Grt GrtYllited
visited Yllited Gettysburg Gtteburg while whie President Prrldtnt but buthe buthe
he went and Ind returned rtturne unannounced unannolIee refus refusing rfuA rfuAInl ¬
ing to make mke even the briefest address addreB on onthe onthe
the most historic ground of tho war warPresident warPrlldmt
President Prlldmt Hayes HaYe did likewise likewiseToday Ikewl5
Today TCday for the first frt time tme It became becamepublicly bcame bcamepuhlcly
publicly puhlcly known that President Prelident Cleveland Clevelandaccepted Clevelandacept
accepted acept an invitation In01aton to speak at Gettys Gettysburg Gettyburg ¬
burg on May My 30 3 following folowing his hi first frt Inaugura Inauguration Inaugra InaugraUon ¬
tion and that tht later just a week WEk or so prior priorto
to Decoration Dtcortlon Day he changed chlngt his hi mind mindgiving mindgiving
giving his reasons rlons In a a letter leter to Gen Daniel DanielE
E Sickles Hioll of New York the chairman chairan of the thecommittee I Icommite
committee commite on arrangements arrngement In his letter letterto leter I Ito
to Gen Sickles President Prldent Cleveland paid eaidhe paidho
he had changed his hi mind because bcaUe of his hi be belief b ¬
lief ler that no man who did not take part pat in inthegrfntconfllctatGettysburgandtowhora Inthe
thegrfntconfllctatGettysburgandtowhora thegrfntconfllctatGettysburgandtowhoraby the glatconflct at Uetreburp and towhom towhomb
by b every law of nature nalur and reason rMon tho bat battlefield bat ¬
tlefield Ilefeid was waf not not hallowed halowed ground Jrnd waa waaqtmlifipd WA WAqlalll
qtmlifipd qlalll to address addfRR the thl American public publicupon publo publoupon
upon the subject eubjet of the great grat battle baIte and andalso andJo
also Jo because bC I everything etrthlng that could be b said saidfrom ald aldfrom
from now no until unll the end of time tme had been beensaid beD beDRaid
said by b President PrCident Lincoln in his hil address addres of ofNov
Nov SO IB 11 1863 1863As 1863As
As Ions lon ago Igo as last lall December Dcmbr President PresidentRoosevelt PreeldentROOewlt
Roosevelt ROOewlt accepted accplt the Invitation to speak speakat pak pakai
at tettyHbiirg today The arrangements arrangementswere arrangmntf arrangmntfIere
were left in the hands of a a local committee committeeof cmmite cmmiteor
of the G A R lw Iladed > aded by Chief Clerk ClerkBayly ClerkBa
Bayly Ba l of the I h Pension Office Ofc A special specialtrain fpial fpialIraln
train of threo thr cars cal left Washington Washlnlon last lastnight lalt laltnight
night for Gettysburg GttYIhurg with wit h tho Ihl President Presidentand Jrelidenl Jrelidenland
and party pary on board Among the guests guestsof gllt8 gllt8or
of th committee cmmitt in addition addiion to President Presidentand Prelldent Prelldentand
and Mrp MI Roosevelt ROvpltt Mrs MI Carow Car Miss MissKthel fil filEthel
Ethel Itoosavclt JtOelclt nnd an Secretary Scrlar to th thPresident Ih
President Prldfnl Loeb 1oh were tre Gen Sickles of Now NowYork SowYork
York who lol lo t a I leg 11 at Gettysburg 1lbulg Gen GenO GenO
O O Howard Ho ard who ho commanded Crmandf one of the thecorps IheCrf
corps of the I h Union army arm during thn three threedays thedaI
days Crf fight fght and Commissioner Commllloner of Pension PensionWare
Ware nlso a voltran of the civil war
The trip to Gettysburg eUYlhurg where the party partywas pary parywal
was wal joined joln by Gov COI Pennypacker Pennpcktr and Repre Representative Reprenlnlho ¬
sentative Iafean of Pennsylvania was wasuneventful wal walullventul
uneventful ullventul tho train stopping at at Pnnmar Pnnmaron PAmar PAmaron
on the crest of the Bluo Buo Ridge Rd for a greater greaterpart greaterpart
part of thn night and arriving arrving on tho slta sltaof llt lltor
of the hatlpfeld Battlefield at 8 I oclock this Ihll morning morningThe morningThe
The Third Thir Battery Bter of United Unit States HIalel Ar Artillery r rtlerr ¬
tillery tlerr fired frld a Presidential Pllental salute 81110 of twenty twentyonn
one gtlfiH JIA as I thn th train stopped topp near neut th thgates the thegall1
gates gall1 ofthe of I he Gettysburg nEtyhurg reservation reservationDUring
DUring Dlrng the elghteenmllo olghtonmlo drive over the thebattlefield thehUlefEfd
battlefield hUlefEfd the only stop top of any an length Ipngth was wasmade waemad
made at Little Round ROln11 Top the scone IClme of the thegallant Ihegalant
gallant galant chargn by Plcketts Plckpttl brigade and Its Itsrepulse 11 11replll
repulse replll by b Meade The entire Entre party partyclimbed part partcimb
climbed cimb to thn crest crelt of thn thl hilt hi and andHowar Clem ClemHoward
Howard Howar and fen en Sickles Slcklt described deribe to the thePresident thf thfpldet
President pldet their thflr part in the three thre days da 1 fight fighting fghl fghlIng ¬
ing Oon Sickles Hlcklls was 8 in Ihe he midst of hla hlastory hl
story when ho suddenly stopped slopp and said saidAnd rld rldAnd
And theres Ihlrs one of the rebels now nowMr no notr
Mr tr President Prelidpnl I want ant to Introduce Major MajorRobbins ajor ajorRobhl
Robbins Robhl of the thl Fourth Alabama Volunteers Volunteersone Yollntel Yollntelone I
one of the men who tried to climb clmh this thishill Ihl8I Ihl8hi
hill hi
And I would have succeededsaid lcceNe id Major MajorRobbins MajorRobbln
Robbins Robbln If you YOI people peopll at the top hadnt hadntbeen halnt halntblpn
been blpn so 0 contrary contraryIguess contrr
Iguess I gUtI the country counlr Is II safe remarked remarkedthe
the President if you ou men who fought In Inthe I
the cii civil war can stand on the scene 8cnA of ofyour orOUI
your OUI bitterest hiUtrft conflict confict and talk like this thisIn thll
In the Ihl afternoon arllmou at 230 23 oclock ocok the Presi Presidents Prei PreideltI ¬
dents deltI party wn WM driven rrven to the rostrum rOlnm on onthe onhA
the hA battlefield batlctlld whore hlr a crowd of more than Ihln
5000 50 people were werf gathered gatheredJust galheredTult
Just Tult as al the Ih President Prlidtnt bpgnn his hil speech speechthe lpeeh lpeehthe
the clouds Iwgan to gather gal her nnd before beforehe bfore bforehe
he was WQ fairly fallr started tartpd a pouring purnJ rain had set setin 11
in that tht lasted laltId until unll tho party had left lf the thegrounds thegr
grounds gr rdl The President PrcldCnl was a under undel cover coverand cer cerand
and thf audience Rudlen out in the open air ai didnt didntseem
thp opn didt didtm
seem m to mind mnd the wet wClo so the exercises pxercu were werecarried Wtra Wtracarrie
carried carrie out practically prActcaly as al arranged arrRngf for forwiththe rorIIh
withthe IIh the exception of tho spe spch ch of Com Commlwioner CommlPlonel
mlwioner mlPlonel of Pensions Pen lonl Ware Warf which whichomite was wasomitted
omitted omite much muCh to the apparent apparnt disappoint disappointment dllppint ¬
ment ef tho old soldiers present who evi ¬
dently denty wanted antr to see se and tho pro promulgator promulgator
mulgator of the ago a e pension PDlon order orderThe orderThe
The president was introduced introduC by Oov OovPennypacker GOIPennypcker
Hesaid He Pennypacker Pennypcker si pfldent and received rehed an ovation ovationHesaid Olaton OlatonHe
GOo Pennypacker InnII3cklr alluded Rludf to the fact that thattday thattony
tday tony Pennsylvania Ilnnllvnl mourns Its 11 senior seniorSenator Ilnlor IlnlorHtnAtor
Senator The regiment rllment which whl h Senator Quay Quaywas Qua
was 1 Instrumental in raining ral81nl took tok part In thin thinbattle tiAbatte
battle batte of Gettysburg Oettsburgth th battle batle in which whichpjov wblchIllnpRcktr
pjov Pennypacker IllnpRcktr shared ebarf Senator Snator Juuy Quoyaa Juuywas
was aa not with It It He had gone with wih another anotherregiment In lher lherreglmenl
regiment and It is appropriate at this time tme to torecall torfcal
recall rfcal the fact that when the term Itrm of service serviceof lerlce lerlceof
expired Just before Fred Frederlcksburg
of UiafreKlroent thatr hnIDt expire btfore Frt
erlcksburg trlclburl Senator Quay QUI declined dt lnP to accept acceptthe acctpttbe
the dlscharett dicharge and continued cntnur us l a volunteer volunteerjWjth olunttr olunttrwlth
jWjth wlth the tie atroy a m that fought at Kredrricksbure Kredrricksbureand fredrlckabuff fredrlckabuffand
and won the medal m al of honor on that bloody bloodyday blo
day dB
dayThe The hl place where we now are has lia won on a adouble adoubie
double distinction distncton Here ltre was WI fought one of ofthe orthe
the great gre battles batl of ull ul time and here was wasspokenone a5 a5lpkenone
spokenone lpkenone of tho few spceche 8111eche which hich shall shalllasUthrbugh Ihal
lasUthrbugh lllhruh the ages 8a As Al long Ion ax al this repub republic repubI ¬
I le lic endtfrcs fDd r or its It history Is known so long longshall 10DaIhal
shall Ihal the memory mlmor of the te battle of Gettysburg Gettysburglikewise Otttlbura OtttlburaIkewl
likewise Ikewl e endure nnd Ind bo known und as a long Ion as astho 3Stbe
tho English Englsh tongue tonlue Is II understood undlrlod ao lone loneshall 1011
shall shal Abraham Lincolns Jlnclns Gettysburg Gttr burl speech speechthrill Ipeech Ipeechthri
thrill thri theliearts theeart of mankind mankindThe mlklnd mlklndThe
The civil cvi war was 8S a groat et war al for righteous righteousnws rllhtous rllhtousnls
nws nls a war waged ale for the noblest noblet Ideals Ideal but butwaged butgeaI50
waged geaI50 also In thoroughgoing Ihoroulhgolng practical practicalfashion praotCI praotCIfabloD
fashion fabloD It 1 was as one of the few fel wars ara which whichmean wbCchmeal
mean meal In their successful aucC8fut outcome outme a lift lifttoward lt lttowa
toward towa better btter things thlngl for the nations natoua of man mankind maDkid ¬
kind kid Some Sme wars have meant mealt the triumph triumphof
of order orer over Otr anarchy nnufh und licentiousness Icentousnl mas masquerading maquernlnl ¬
querading quernlnl as a liberty Ibert some wars wlf have meant meantttie ment menttle
ttie tle triumph of liberty lberty over tyiauny tTaIDn masquer masquerading maqutr maqutrclug ¬
ading clug 18 < itf order but bu t this victorious Iotorloul war ar of ofours ofOUf
ours OUf meanttho triumph of both bot liberty Ibrty and andorder ald aldoer
order oer the triumph of orderly orerly liberty Ubert tho thobestowal tbl
bestowal batlral of civil cvi rights rlrht upon upn thi t freed fre slaves slavesand laea laead
and d at the same time tme the stern Itr Insistence Inalstnc on onho onthe
the ho supremacy of the national natonal law through throughout trugh trughot ¬
out ot the teltPIt length and breadth breath of the land landMoreover ld ldMoreover
Moreover toll tis was 1 one of those tho rare con contfsts conttst
ttst tfsts In which whic it was 18 to the Immeasurable In Int Intrf
t trf rnt of o the vanquished vnqule that tat they tey should shouldlose Ihol
lose I e while whie at the same sme time the victors Tlctof ac acquired acule ¬
quired ule tb ie precious privilege prllle of tnn tr n mllc mllct mlttlng mlttlngto
to t thosewbocame toewGnml after afer them as a a heritage heritageof hertle hertler
of r honor hoor forever not only olly the te memory memor of ofthejr ofter
ter thejr ownTaUantdeedi onTaltdta but tho te memoryof memoryofed memoror memoror4edta
4edta ed dt of those who no Joll less railtnUr nUIUad and
0 0wi
with wi 0 ul ftawrltr of parpm < > t Mftlail MftlailthMUnnlo
thMUnnlo tl t1 UMlroourfuj Ulro pr Th w rM114 w wII
II 1 M 110 felkrw countryman ontm8 I brother broh th thright the thethrb
right thrb to t rcjolon IJo0 th hit the Union Unio bit bwn b re retor
tor Core d In J Indcotrucllbln Indltrue lbhl ilisp hpn In country countrywbcr ilntr ilntrblr
wbcr blr iUwy Iutr no longer 10n1 mooka 10ok Ih the boastof boastoffreedom boutaffrt
freedom frt 01 and ane aluo I10t the rlfht to rejolo rJoll with withMilitant withJulant
Militant Julant pride rld In the tl ionttue ture Iho Ih Mlftarrl Mlftarrlfleeand Mlflrrl Mlflrrltt
fleeand tt Dne the th devotion dwoton alike Ilk of the mm nln who whowore whoorf
wore orf tho lilne hl nnit alll tfio t11 men Itn who wore th thBray
Bray BrayUs Iua
Us 11 l < biit hit n poor nr American who Inokln Inoklnnt looklnlt
nt lt this thl n nele l < l does do not Mt fr fI1lthln l within lilmsolf lilmsolfdeeper 1Itolf a at
deeper t epr reverenon r rnc for thn th nation natonl t Jt t and nndn
n hither purpose purpOe to make the nationVfurore nationVfurorerlie hatlnn utre utrerle
rlie level to her past Hertfouf nlfou hi the th ehoMn ehoMntiliM dlln dllnOi
tiliM Oi of the thl North Norh and th th Houth Hou h thn Ih Kn ut utInd t tnnd
nnd Ind the th West Wtll The nrmlPawbloh on thl ft tld tldcontendod d dfontsndod
fontsndod for fOI tho mastery ma terr were eN veteran veteranarmies vttr tl tlamile
armies amile hardened hard d by lorif lorcamparplnl campafrnlng and andilmperAte ld lddfprale
ilmperAte dfprale flghtlng tlhtnl Into such luohllatMrent Instruments of ofwar orwar
war as al no other rial rialon Ion then tlD possessed lls d The Theseverity Theseerit
severity seerit of tho fighting tlhtnl In IIDltaibY attilittdby tbe tbeprolorloOto tie tieproiiortlonato
proiiortlonato prolorloOto loas 10a a IM lot unrivalled ulrl led In any anybattle anybtle
battle btle of orelmiar similar size iz sine Iinc the he elose lol of the theNapoleonic tbeSapoltonlc
Napoleonic ttruggl strulalee s a loss oI 1leh which In InCrtln InCrtlnrNflrtnt certain certainregiments
regiments rNflrtnt was as from thre thrfoUJ < ifourthn to four fourflfth fOlr fOlrtfh
flfth tfh of the men engaged engagedEvery enc r
Every Evtr spot on this field has IU I own 0 asso assoclutlons uaoclatone
clutlons clatone of soldierly soldltrly duty npby 1I h done ne of ofsupreme 0 08uprme
supreme 8uprme solfsacrlflce Iolrlcrltc dut fre frlT ly rendered rnderd The Thenames TheMme
names of the chiefs wbosurved wbolred In the tb two twoArmies twoImltl
Armies Imltl form a long honor honorrbl rblndthe ldthe ea eallsted n nIlald
llsted Ilald men were Ue worthyand de area nmothan nmothanworlhy raorethan raorethanworthy
worthy of those tho e who led ihetni teu Hrer acre acreof arreof
of this ground 8ound has ha Its l olaicltot oiyri sssootatlori t W Wc We Wesee
see c where tlio fight flM thunderec thundefCUirplih through and andaround Rnda
around a the village vll of Gettyeburfr OetTsbur where here the theartillery theMIUer
artillery MIUer formed on tlierfdgci the rfdec where 1h t the thecavalry tbO tbOralalr
cavalry ralalr fought fOlaht where whel thri thir1f hlllsrVero attacked attackedand attchd attchdand
and defended and where whtr flnaUythe fnal tf the great greatcharge arat aratcharge
charge surged furd up the sjbpc loP only onr to bre brak brakon k kon
on failure the summit In the bloody bloo pri pry > ofgallant ofgallantfailure orlaUant orlaUantfalurt
failureRut falurt
Rut the soldiers Ioldlera who won at Gettysburg Gettysburgthe GetsbUI
the soldiers soldlef who fought to a flniah flah the civil civilwar chi
war and thereby therby made their thi couhtrymep couhtrymepforever countlmtp countlmtpforTt1
forever forTt1 their debtors debtor have haV left I ftu > u far more moreeven mnr
even than th thA memprles mem rlt of the war Itself ItselfThey I tlf tlfThiT
They ThiT fought foulhtfor for four year yeln In Ii qrder that thlt on onthis n ntnll
this tnll continent rontMt those th0 who came cams after atr them themtheir thfI
their children chidren and their thllr childrens chidren children childrenmight chidr
might enjoy IIJO a lasting laltnl peace pn Thny Th took tookarms tookRrml
arms Rrml not to todeetroy destroy hut to Have liuslbrty liberty not notto
to overthrow olrlhro but to establish eetblh rtbolpfmae the supremacy supremacyof
of thn Ihl l w The Th crisis crlAl1 which wbie they faced facedwas acd acdII
was II tn determine whether or not this people peoplewas popl poplWRe
was fit tt for nelfgovernment feJgOTtrment and Ind therefore tffor fit fitfor ft ftfDr
for liberty Ibfrt Freedom Is not not s I gift lt which whichpun whichc
pun c n be enjoyed enjo d cave V by b those thot who ho show Iho them thems themaele
s aele lv worthy worh of It ItIn I
In this thll world orld no n privilege prlvlel can cln b perma permanently ptrmRnnth ¬
nently npproprlatrd by men mln who havn hn not notthn notth
thn th power POWI and the thf will wi tuiccertfujl loreifull to aanime aanimethe 1110
the thl responsibility rplponlbl of tielne 111nl It arlirht Tn his hisrecent hil
recent admlrnhln little J1lo volume oluml on freedom freedomand frleol
and responsibility rp ponslblh In demoaratlo demo it govern government 10ern 10ernnent ¬
ment President Prp ldnt Iladleyof Iadle or Vole qlt hss pointed pointedout polntld
out 011 thnt thll tho Ihl freedom freeom whlchis whlcbl worth 1orth snythlng snythlngIs
Is the thl froedom frfrol which hlch melnR meann selfgovern selfgovernment flflovtrn flflovtrnmnt
ment and not anarchy Freedpm frPom thus thla con conreived conrphf
reived rphf l II a conntriictlvn conatrlctn force fo which enables enablesnn OJlel
nn IntelliBfnt and good I 00 ninn mnn to do d better betterthings bftrrthlnle
things thlnle than thal he could lolid do without Itholt It which whichI bleh blehi
I In Its il essence II enA tho Ih suliHtltittion IlhfrUton of snlfrn snlfrnstrnlnt 1IrA 1IrAltlnl
strnlnt ltlnl for eiternal exttrnal restraint rftralnth th substitu substitution Ilbltlll ¬
lion of n form of restraint rlRtrlll tivhlch lllch promotes promotesprocresrt promotesprocr
procresrt procr for thn I hI form rorl which retards rltard It ItThis I
This i 1M thn rleht rlsht view I Jew of freedom but It Itcan ItcRlonl
can cRlonl only he Uken IAkpl If I there It I a Yyll fUl reroKni reroKnitlon rprolnl rprolnltlon
tlon of ttm Ih rlow lo connection cnnnpeton betVeeo IIleo liberty libertysnri Ihert IhertAnd
And responsllillity rppon lhltr In every IIfr domain do aln of himinn himinnthoiicht hilmBnIhollht
thoiicht Ihollht It was wal eswntlnlv f entAh the ttt View Ifw taken takenby tkrn tkrnh
by h Abraham AbrhBm Lincoln and ard byallthose y altfosl who whowhen ho hohcn
when hcn thn t hn civil ril wnr hrokn out 011 realized renlb1 that In Inn InIlolerlnl
n selfRoverninir Ilolerlnl democracy drmorRcth081 those vho o deslrn deslrntn dPlrf
tn he considered con lrerpd fit tI to tonO enjoy liberty Ihertr must mustohow mlt mlthow
how thnt the
they know how tp use It with mod ¬
nnd JiiFtlcn In pencniind peACArfd hpw h to fight fightfor flht flhtfor
for It when tn It Is I Jeoparded jroparf by niftljce malce domestio domestioor dlmeltlo dlmeltloor
or foreign rorellnle rorellnleThA lory t
Thn lessons lelna they Ih taught IRlh u s arfe lessons as asapplicable
applicable ApfJcabIA In our olr everyday IoefdA y lives 1 noir no ns In Intho Inthe
the rare rlr times tlme of great glt stres Irf The men who whonmdn ho homarl
nmdn marl thisJleld Il el forever forel memorable did fo fobecnuw 0 0beRUI
becnuw beRUI thoy thAcfblDd combined the thl power poeror of fenltr fenltrto fpl Itr Itrto
to a alorl lofty ldesl I lat irlthvthenowerof Jththl Jlr of showing showingthatfealtr howlnl
thatfealtr In hard ll d prncticb1 coimonsers coimonsersfimhlnn c
thatlaltI JmonIfI
fimhlnn flhon They Ftoo tood for thn life m of 0 effort effortro etorl
ro 10 the ti life l of lt eorfe l They The hAd that thlt love i e of ofcounlrr 0 0couniry
counlrr tlist t i fovevcfjli r > tlceiftB tl6xr of oftheir oftheir
their fellow rlo men withoutwHKh11 ltholr1 hb dowpr and andresourceful andr
resourceful r lor flmIpni effltlener huf hit makn a i or1 man mi a adnngerto adlngerto
dnngerto dlngerto hlsfellown hil plow8 Yet YetIn CoaddltllHherto drtltlon thereto theretothey
thp they llkewlw IkpIN posseiwdtl Po Itlpr rpx > wer and anr the theefficiency thppmrln
efficiency pmrln r for otherwise oihfrIt th Ull > lr < high hl < 1 purpose purposewoulil purpnNfnll1
woulil fnll1 have hlll been hnharren hnrren of r Ut They 1h knew kneweach kno knoPRch
each hon ho to art for himself hlmMlf and yet olt each eachhow IRrh IRrhho
how ho to net a I with lh his fellows fll01I They learned learnedn IRrneI IRrneIni
n ni i all Illhp the s 1 neration lprltJon of tbechll thchlwrlplnpd thchlwrlplnpdIhII war learned learnedthat
that IhII rare rte Inrtepd IndpP 1 18 the cKunce Nnl fo ddsny ddsnythlng ddRnrthlli ¬
thlng thlli worth doing by boJe one sudden ud and nd violent violenteffort Iolenttort
effort tort A7 A7Thp C CThe
The men m who ho believed helNI tHat tHO thn th otvlr olvll war warTToulrt WAI
TToulrt wOlld be h ended pndl In ninety ninet daysthttmen dae IhlrtD who whocried whorrlrloudlKt
cried rrlrloudlKt loudeitt On to Rlchmpndlif Rlchmondl inlp they had hadthn hal halIh
thn Ih right riaht stuff tut In them IhemlPely sp > eailjr learned I d their theirerror theirror
error ror nnd the war WAS 14 actually achlilr fon ronby nr hy tho th n nvho i
vho ho nettled ptlE themselves Ihemlhe steiuifastiy ieit ltiT don
1o fl rht for threnyears three pnr or for fo SB much l h lonveh lonvehns lonRt lonRtIR
ns IR thn war warmlgbt might lust la I and wHo lto gradually graduallygrew Irulll
grew Jrw tn understand undltnd that thevtriumph would wouldrnme oouldrom
rom not by A I single lnllebrll brlUiaot vjejiory vlqn hut hutby hutt
t by ahundred nhlndro painful plinful nnd tedious teJO1 campaigns campaignsIn npalg
In In the ll Kast tllt and th We W t tlt > ttiacohiranA QIt1 ad advanced adRnN1 ¬
vanced RnN1 and recoiled rfcolP Ae u Ted from lro ld to toside toIidp
side Iidp and Inr again ndviincedjalAog Idllnc A1IQ thn th roasts roaststhn ul ulthA
thn black bRrk shlp stool 11001 nndlemly ndltsIy off r and on onbefore Oi
before thn th hostile host fort forts Oenerals Otidall And Inl Ad Admirals AdmlrRl ¬
mirals emerged empf1 into thellghtWnhto thll Ilht Mo to faon faO his hiscrowded hil
crowded rrold i hour of siiccem or fiilur the thm thmfn mni mniin
IlrcI tlwl
in front fought rOllhl the Ih men m n 4 bob > hltui I supplied suppliedsnd lppIE
snd pushed pUhl forward thoseJn ho n frbnt r nt and ndth ndthIMI thn thnfinal
final IMI victory II tor was IRR due dl lo the defds dll of ofRI All whn whnplayed ho hoJ1
played J1 e their parts part wcl well and manfully manfI In the thescores theCO
of battles In tho h hin
scores CO II II countlesssklrjnlnhes countlesssklrjnlnhesin o Aklrinl
in march in camp or In rlll reserveas rllrIa com commissioned Comml ¬
missioned ml lolf officers omcp or In thci hl ranks ralklwhoretr ralklwhoretrand wherever whereverand
and whenever whpnlrer duty dul culled cllf them themJust theR
Just Jnlt HO 10 it i must mUli be bl for us In civllllfe cvllll TVe TVecan
can make nnd keep tliis tllll country < utr worthy worth of ofthe ofthllPn
the thllPn men who 1ho gave la their thtir lives Ivt3 tonvnit ton I only onlyon onhon
on condition condltoD that the Average RVerSf man among amongus monl
us 1 on thn whole dorshis dOI hladuts duty bravnlyloy bravnlyloyallv bravBIjlor
allv rind with common sense In whatever
po llon It loll to IBI
neKH le H Is I of slow 101 growths IroIh icannot It can Hot be farced farcedand
and yet 11 bo stable and enduring tldurillrott forlt is based basedfundamentally
fundamentally fundamentAI upon upn nationalcharacter nllfona charactpr and andnational and1llon81
national 1llon81 character chAMter In I stamped Itampe deep tPAP In it t people peopleby
by the lives of 0 many generations lfnr toh Thelmen Thelmenwho
who 10 went plt into the army army had to1 submit Ilibmlt to todiscipline todltlpln
discipline dltlpln hod hn to submit fl llt to restraint IltrRlnt through throughthe throllh throllhthe
the government roverment of the leaders Itaef they tht had ad chosen chosenas oholen oholena
as a the price prl of winning winningSo IDnlnl
So we e tbe people pfplf canipreserveour can PTf rve our liberty libertyand Illrty Illrtyand
and our greatnessJn neatoeln time of peao pMC onjy o y by byourselves byourselTea
ourselves exercising txercslnc the virtues lrtle of honesty honestyof h nest nestof
of selfrestraintand 111raralnt and of lf fair dealing deaUnl between betweenman b en enmsn
man and Ind man In all 11 the ages of the pant pantmen Pllt Plltmen
men have hlVI seen n countries rountr lose thelp thllI liberty libertybecause lberty lbertybleluse
because bleluse their thflr people pNple could otld not notNstrln restrain and andorder ad adordel
order ordel themselves thlmeel andtherefor andthtrefor forfeited orf le the theright therllht
right wlsdon wlsdonit rllht ta what they the were wtr unable to us UI with withwlsdon with1dou
it I was because blcausp you OU men of the civil dTI war both bothknew bothknew
knew how ho to tOU8 use liberty IhlrtT temperately ttmplrally nndhow nndhowto Anihow Anihowto
to defend it ut need nel that we esnd and our olr children childrenand chidren chidrenRnd
and our childrens chldnI children chidren shall lhal hold you youIn ou ouIn
In honor forever Here on Memorial lmorlal Day Da on onthis onthl
this thl grctit Irrut battlefield bltltteld we commemorate cmmemoral not notonly notonl
only onl the chiefs c1pfl who actually RClual won on this thl battle battlenot b t
not only onl Meade Ifne and his lieutenants leutenanlA Han Hancock lan lancork ¬
cock and neJRernolda Reynolds and Howard Hoar and Sickles Sicklesand Elckls Elcklsaod
and the many ma others otftr whose h se names flame nae In Inour Inour
our annals annalabut but alto the chiefs chilfa who lo had made madethe madeIhe
the Army of the Potomac what It watt and andthose andthose
those who ho afterward arttrwar led It It In the campaigns campaignswhich campawhich
which were Wfre crowned crole at Appomattoxj ppomattx and andfurthermore andfurthenore
furthermore furthenore those tho e who made and used Its Itslster
me I
lster armies armle McClellan cltlln with I hil IH extraor extraordinary sraordinal ¬
dinary dinal genius genlul for or organization orlanlzatlon Rosecrans RosecransBuell ROltcran ROltcranRuel
Buell Ruel Thomas the unyielding untiedlnl tbe steadfast steadfastand stadfat stadfatAnd
and that ta great Itt trio Sherman Sheridan Sheridanand Sheridanand
and last 111 and greatest arlatt of all al Grant himself himselfthe hlml
the thl silent sient 150Idler oldler whose wholl hammerlike hammetlke blows blowsfinally blosnnoly
finally nnoly boat bOt down d01 even the prowess Jrot of the themen ie iemtn
men who Taught foughtaralnat against him himAboye himAboe
Aboye all 11 we e meet here to pay homage homageto hom e eo
to o the officers oDcef and enlisted enlste men who bo served servedand IVe
and fought and died die without witout having halln as I their theirchiefs theirchlef
chiefs hodthe ha te chance chanc to writ IU their names nameson nlmla nlmlaon
on the thl tablets of fame to the men who whomarched whomacbe
marched macbe and fought In the thl ranks rnu who were wereburied lre lrehure
buried hure In long Ion trenches tnclM on the field nel of battle battlewho batte battewho
who died die la cots Cotl marked marll only 0011 by numbers r mbe In Inths Ints
ths ts boapJUk h0Jlt who If they tey lived lve when wbente the war warwaa ar arW8
waa W8 over ovr went back bcl each eac to his hi tMk on the thefarm ts tsram
farm ram or In the townto t01 to dp bis hi duty uty Inpeao Inpeaoas In
as ubehadoM he tad done I It tin In war to totakeuptbe take uptbe threads threadsof t
o of hla hl working wolwi Uf le wher who he e had t dropped dlJP them themwhen tbemwbln
when wbln ths te trumpet trmp of of timoaWon telatOD pealed ple to toarms t
arms a Today all OT OTt C thU t tod our ur popl poplimwt p
imwt Ime to pay JarTn r T r iilhuun to t Uide d
wh who dl dlt d thai th lh the nation nno mlfht tM llv UYe and n w
9 a V homat also lo to t thtlr coraradei comra who art artllUIWltll re reUIwlt
llUIWltll UIwlt U UAll uAl
All Al ar rat t one on nowtlm nwt son In of tho thf 0 who whowore whowoe
wore woe the bluo blultt and the son Ionl of thonn who woro worotho orl
the irny rl4nd and nil U can canulin unlla in paylnir rrsitocl rrsitoclto rlllllL rlllllLt
to t tlm tlI memory mmor of thww thO who ho frll fll r fAoh oh of them themglrlng Ihlm IhlmIvlu
glrlng hi hlllff life for Ills duty a 11 ha saw lW It I and nlel all allhould Al
Ihauld hould b h8 nt lt ons 0 In learning IMrlDr from bor the I dnIhN dnIhNof lentil lentilof
of thess thllI mm mln how 110 to llvn ln usefully 1IIIfuly whlln hln thn thntlm Ih IhUr
tlm Ur tM 11 for the th prrformancn Jtrornlnc of the counties countiesnccewnry olnlp olnlpnlc
nccewnry nlc lry duties dutl of everyday olrJdRJ life l nmj how howto hu hulu
to hold hol ourselves olrllv ready to t die dl nobly should shouldthn houll houllthn
thn nation nnton ever Ilr again demand crand of her hlr sons on the theultimate th thultmat
ultimate ultmat proof prof of loyalty loyaltyAt loynly loynlyAt
At At the conclusion coclulion of the oxeroUo eJerLI the theProsldontlnl nUI
Prosldontlnl I > rldotal party pary loft Inf for Washington WashingtonArriving WMhlngtonrivng
Arriving Ing rivng there ther nt a quarter past plt 8 this thll oven ovenIng
President 1ldent Forne Fornel the tlt Chairman Clalrman and nd Dr DrKlnlcy
Klnlcy Fnltf of City Ot College the Orator OratorDecplto OrtorDOpit
Decplto DOpit the thunderstorm thundertrm which broke brokeJust brokeJUlt
Just JUlt when people pple were starting ltrtng for the enter entertainment enterlalnment ¬
tainment given by the O A H Memorial MemorialCommittee Memornl MemornlCmmitt
Committee Cmmitt the Metropolitan lfetrpltn Opera Opra House Housewas loUe loUeW4
was W4 nearly nerly filled fled last Ilt night with an a audience audiencelargely audlnncelargely
largely made m de up of women when the chair chairman chairmn ¬
man mn of the committee commlUe called cl1 the assemblage assemblageto 4omblage 4omblageto
to order and Introduced Intruoed President Prlldent C V VForties VFore
Forties Fore as the permanent prment chairman chairmanMr chairmn chairmnMr
Mr Fornea For0 spoke spke only for fOI about abut ten tenminutes tenmlnut8
minutes mlnut8 Then Thpn he Introduced Introduce the Metro Metropolitan Metr Metrpltan ¬
politan pltan Male Quartet QUlrtct who sang Rag Fltzhughs FltzhughsBeware FitzhughBware
Beware Bware so 10 well wel that they were wer recalled recalledthroe recled recledthro
throe thro times Ume Mrs Mr Marie Gibson Gbson sang sangBembergs angBembrg
Bembergs Bembrg Nymphes Nymphe and ad Fauns and andwas ad adW
was W recalled three times tml She responded respondedthe reponded repondedthe
the last I t time trf with The Thl Star Stl Spangled SpangledBanner SpangledBner
Banner The entire audience rose r0e and andjoined andjoined
Bner entre aUclenc
joined in the chorus corus Avery Belvoe Blvo next nextsang nextlang
sang lang aselection alelcdlon from Un Ballo Balo in Maschera Mascheraand Machera Macheraand
and ong responded respnded to recalls realA with Ith patriotic patrioticWss patrloUoong
Wss Mi8 Rose ROe Oothouts Oothoutl recitation rlittion Rosa Rosallnds ROa ROaInd
llnds Ind e Surrender was 8 perhaps prhp the tle great greathit greathll
hit of the evening She he had to answer anwer to toconsent torll
rll afer rNal hfore the veteranA would wouldconsnt
consent consnt to letting retln her htr go goDr goDr
Dr John H Finley president prCldent of the City CityCollege CityColege
College delivered the oration He was wasfollowed WI
Colege followed fololad delvere by the Montattk oraton Ladies Ldle Quartet Quartetand Quaret Quaretand
and by Seymour S vmour Bulkley who read ad nn nnentire nnoriginal
original The exer lp clOcd with withthe
the Ringig pm of Americ In which the theentire
entire audience joined joinedTHE joinedTHE
Execl Exrrelur at Arlnltnn Arlington and Other Cemt Cemtterlr Ceme Cemetrl1 >
terlr trl1 and at the thl Soldiers Mnldllu Home HomeWASHINGTON 10mI 10mIW
WASHINGTON W ABIXOTON May ay 30 Memorial Memorll Day was wasobserved WR WRobntd
observed obntd with thn usual exercises exerci l at the thecemeteries thAcameterlf
cemeteries cameterlf about nholt Washington Walhlnln The graves gravesof JrVI JrVIof
of soldiers Rller and ancllorl sailors wore wnr decorated decrte with withflowers withfowl1
flowers and ald speeches Jchl were ere made mae In memory memoryof memor
of fowl1 the nations nallonl dead dfnd Thn address addlA nt Arling Arlington ArlnJ ¬
ton tn was wal delivered dflhel by h Gen Cn John C Black BlackCommanderinChief BlackCommanderInChie
CommanderinChief of tho thaG O A R who whotold whotld
told tld of tho significance Ilgnifcance of Memorial Mfmorial Dny DnyIn Da DaIn
In the national calendar calendarMony mlln < lr lrnny
Mony nny veterans Itpmnl nons n of veterans velfranR nnd nnddaughters ant
daughters dRughicr of veterans vet < rnl participated partlcpatf In ton tonexercises Ihnlxcrclf
exercises lxcrclf at tho Congressional CongreiolRI Cemetery Cemeterywhere CemIfI CemIfIhNe
where hNe Chaplain Chnrlrrf C Piercn Pifrc of thn thnarmy tlo tloRrm
army Rrm delivered the oration Exercises Fxercl worn wornheld wlm wlmhed
held nl aiM o at St Kli f11JlhIh il > rths Glrnwood GlrnwoodMount mnlood mnloodo1ntOllft
Mount hed o1ntOllft Olivet Prospect Prlpecl Hill Hl and St Marys MarysThe nr
The KorviceH enic nt tho Soldiers SldlI Homo wore woreparticipated en enpartclptN
participated in by b a 1 throng thrn of children childrenwho chld n nho
who partclptN ho assisted Rf ItN in the placing of floral 10rl trib tributes trh trhlteR ¬
utes lteR on the Ihp gravew graP Mrs Il John A 1ognn 1ognnwas
the th exercises fpnturo fpnturoof falumof
was 1 pre prnt > ont during IxrfI IR a
of which was 111 thn tl placing of a wreath of offlowers
flowers on Gen Logins tomb tO lh by n dele ¬
gation from frm that officers regiment regimentBattle reg
Ialon Battle Ground Cemetery Cemet was al of special specialInterest IpC11 IpC11Inlet
Interest Inlet Btle to thn Ulf people ppll of Washington be because hl hlCIUf ¬
cause it WHS them that cltzcns clen of tho hf na national naUonal ¬
CIUf tional capital WI rallied to drivo drA hnrly from fromhi fromhi
hi threatening thrtalnlnp caplal rllN position psiion in 18B4 IRH Addressy Addressywere Adcrff Adcrffwlra
were wlra made by 11 Commissioner ComrLloner Mncfnrland MncfnrlandWilton Macarland MacarlandWitn
Wilton Witn J Lambert Lmbrtald and T r C Noyes NoyesAT NoyeAI
Mr Ir Grant Sartorls lartorl and Mr n Cramer Cramlr at athV atth
th hV Service 1tCen There ThereMemorial Tt TtMemoril
Memorial Memoril services lllC for Gen Grant wore woreheld woe woeh
held h ld at his hi tomb on Riverside lv8fide Drive yes yesterday yestplday ¬
terday tplday afternoon altrnoon by U S Grant Post PostNo Posti PostiXo
No 3 7 G A R of Brooklyn Drokln to which whichthis whichthi
this thi honor has hlR been brn given glyn nnmmlly nnnual The TheU ThoU
U S gunboat Topekn optka anchored off ot 121st 121ststreet 12181
street trett fired fre tho thl national snluto laluln of twenty twentyone
one 01 guns and after afer the singing slnglnJ of Amer America AmerIca ¬
ica by the members mmhf1 of thn Post nnd their theirguests theirgU
guests gU I on the thlcalt east side IldE of o the monument monumentfommnndor monumentommandor
fommnndor Miles flt OReilly OHli G A R de delivered deIhered ¬
livered the Grand Army address Rddres for the thedead thedead
dead deadThn deadTho
Thn Rev Re Marcus B Taylor chaplain of ofthe ofthe
the post plt read rfad a I prayer prr in which hlch the au audience al ¬
dience dipn joined Corporal Corpral James Jam Tanner Tannerdelivered Tannel
delivered the oration orationMrs
delverl oraton oratonlf
Mrs lf Nellie Xele Grunt Urnt Hnrtoris Harlorl nnd Mrs MrsCramer lre lreCramer
Cramer Gen Grants Grantl only onh surviving lrllng sister sisteroccupied Riter Riteroccupll
occupied occupll places plRC on the platform platformAfter platorm platormAfer
After Afer the benediction bllNlcton nnd the Bounding Boundingof undlngof
of taps thn members memhel of the post flled f1 1 into intothe int intthl <
the thl tomb and laid lolel lowers on thn sar sarrxiphagus Ilr IlrrphaluR
rxiphagus rphaluR Then was WIA a large wreath of ofbronze ofhrcn7
bronze hrcn7 oak leaves Iael from rrm Gen Cln Fred rcd Grant Grantand Grnt GrntRnd
and ono of laurel from the Whitn Whi HOUHO HOUHOSERVICE HOUHojFR11f
IIOO 110 Members 1 mhlr In thr th Cathedral atllIralllr Hear Slur SlurMoonry 1Jr 1JrMnnn
Moonry Mnnn Prl Irat o Their Thllr Organisation OrganisationFifteen OrIRnlulon OrIRnlulonFifeen
Fifteen Fifeen hundred members membrrl of the Ancient AncientOrder AncientOrder
Order of Hibernians Jbemial attended atetded thn first firstmemorial tirt tirtmemorial
memorial mass mn f of their organization orjani1ton in inSt InSt
St Patricks Patick Cathedral yesterday ftrda morning moring
Mtfr Mrr rhnrle Charl H McCready McCread rector of Holy HolyCross HolyOrOs
Cross OrOs Church and county chaplain in of tho thoorder thoorer
order orer celebrated clebrted the mans 1 assisted 118iHtcd by byFather byFather
Father James Jamp S Ferris of Holy Hoh Cross CroS and andFather andFather
Father Dunn of St Johns Johnl Church Ch rch ns ni dea deacons del ¬
cons VicarGeneral Moonev Moon Drenched
You you becorno n power for good goodin
in our community communit he told tll Yowp tho Hibernians HiberniansYou Hberlanl
You have n mission mllion to fulfil fulf tho mission missionof
of every eltr earnest Catholic Calholc orKaniwition organi1ton to tospread toJfd
spread Jfd yonr faith to tOlplt uplift your people and andto nndto
to servu It1 both this thll preat vroat land and that of ofyourblrtb ofyour
yourblrtb your birth or 01 tho birth of voiir Ollr siren sirenThe Hlr HlrThe
The greatarches grAtlchl of the Catbedral Cthedrl entrance entrancewere entranceer
were er draped drape with American Americn flags fag and over overthe overthe
the main arch floated foled the Irish flag flagBY lag lagBY
His Menage eAease Abont bont the FUR Fac Commemlerl Commemlerlto CommtndlI
to Vonns onll America AmericaThe Atrla AtrlaThe
The grave rae of Gen John A Dix InTrlnlty InTrlnltyCemetery In Trnity TrnityCemetfr
Cemetery Cemetfr was wal tho scene cne of an impressive impressiveMemorial ImproBIe ImproBIeMemoral
Memorial Memoral Day ceremony cremon John A Dix DixPost DixPost
Post No 135 O A R marched marrhf to the grave gravennd grle grleand
and held services 1rlces there thee Prof William WiUam K KWickes KWlckO
WlckO Wickes of Syracuse 6Taeul delivered delvere an oration orationChopins
Chopins Funnral March wns a played plaYtd oralon oralonChopins as the theveterans theelranl
veterans elranl approached approahed the grave At the theclose theclos
close clos of the services srIC8 tho JrlO band bnd played
America Americ and a bugler sounded soundN taps tapsProf IapAProf
Prof Wickes Wlckt addrcwed addrld himself hlmt1 to the theyoung theyoung
young men of today
Honor Honol the flag fag ho said Rid in peace if ifpossible Ifplble
possible plble but if dark days come cme pc again againremember againremembr
remember remembr the words of tho th man whom wliornwe whome
we e have mot to honor If I any one ont attempts attemptsto
atempt atemptto
to haul hall down the American flag fag shoot him himon himon
on the spot spotMemorial spt sptIlemorial
Memorial Day Da o biervf tnfd d in Petertburc Peteburc Va VaPBTERSBCBO a aPETEBBURO
PBTERSBCBO PETEBBURO Va May 30 3Memorlal 3MemorlalDRY Memorial MemorialDay
Day was a observed owred in Petersburg Petersbug by b tho thoclosing Iheol0lng
closing ol0lng of Die banks bank and public publo buildings buildingsThis bUidig
This afternoon afternon a largo lg crowd went ent out outfrom outfrm
from frm Petersburg Petersbug and the surrounding surroundingcountry uroundlng uroundlngcutry
country cutry to I ho h National Naional Cemetery Cmetery at a Poplar PoplarDrove Poplr PoplrDrove
Drove In Dinwlddie countv where wher ure
burled bule many may thousands houndn cunttv of Uniftn nl n soldiers soldierswho 80ldleI lr
who ho were er killed kIId uiound Petersburg Peterbug to take takepart takt
part nrt inthe In th memorial memorl exercises eroril hold there thereunder ther
under the auspices auplrs of George Gorg H Thomas Thoma
Post Q A R R Appropriate pproprlae memorial mmorial exor exorcises exere ¬
cises e e werealso weralo held htli at the Nntolnal Ceme ¬
tery ter at City at Point PointMemorial Point PointMemorl1 Cme
Memorial Service Snlo at Mt J McGregor McGregorSAJUTOOA cGrelorBATOA
SAJUTOOA BATOA May 80James 3Jae B McKean McKeanPoat McKen McKenPot
Poat Pot No 188 Grand Ord Army Ary of the Repub Republic ¬
lic 10 today toy in accordance aranc with its It annual annualouatom aual aualaltm
ouatom held memorial exercises
altm meoral erercle in II the
Qen Oe Ulysses UY8M 8 Grant Ort cottage ctt8e on Mount Mountpaased Mountofor
ofor wher Q te onng of July 3 3ninet
ninet yerago te her of
paased awa awawith awy The a cottage ote waa opJmaltr opJmaltrp decorated decoratedof iert
p W with > et of flowers fo1er and ad bunting bDtlg bDtlgh
1 A pefifi PfRI I fie If of ofPajamas f fPajama
Pajamas Pajama and Night Shirts ShirtsFOR Shs ShsFOR
FOR MEN MENComfortable MENComfortable
Comfortable well wel tailored toiored garments of imported importedfabrics importedfabrics
fabrics in which Morpheus may be wooed and won wonPajamas wonPajamas
Pajamas PajamasValue PajamasValue
Value 350 to 500 50 At 10 I 5
Of Dimity Dimiy Madras Silk Sik Mixtures Mer Mercerized Mercerized ¬ 1
cerized cerized Cheviot Che iot and kindred weaves weavesNight weocsNight < J t
Night Shirts ShirtsValue ShirtsValue
Value 200 20 and 250 2 50 At IJO IJOOf I IOf
Of Sateen in white whie blue or pink pl k Silk Sik Sikmixed f fmixed
mixed Madras or silk sik and cotton coton fabrics fabricsEomjramj fabricsak
ak < Eomjramj EomjramjBJT nmpay nmpayrsmsby
rsmsby BJT 33 Jfi 19 34lh SlrSSt SlrSStItHMCATlONS Str I
of New York llf troUrawa troUrawawith
with a mnalortouofwX mnalortouofwXClotl
Clotl Clot s t30 o oHAIRPER
American Arertean tn Paris Hold Uolt Memorial Day DayServices Oafftflets
Services ftflets There ThereSptctal Thlre ThlreSputal
Sptctal Cable DtIlcl Despatch to Tmi Tm Sen SenPARIS St
PARIS PAR May 30 MTho Tho members membtr of the theAmerican theAmfricn
American Amfricn colony olon here hlre headed headfd by Am Ambassador AmbaAador ¬
bassador baAador Porter 1orler went to the Plcpus 1lcpus Ceme Cemetery C me melery ¬
tery and placed flowers tower on the tomb of ofGcn oCGrn
Gcn Lafayette Iufayete Among those tole who at attended attcnd ¬
tended tcnd 1 were A B Blnnchard Second Sond Sec Secretary ¬
retary retr of tlm American Amr ican Embassy EmhlY Consul ConsulOenernl ConeulOenrral
Oenernl Oenrral Gowdy nnd Ind Gen Barnes BarnesTho Hart
Tho Ambassador AmblMdor and other speakers speakerspaid speaker
paid eloquent tributes to the never to t be beforgotten befor
forgotten for oH n services servlC rendered rendere to the Amer Americans ¬
icans l ane by Gen Gr tnfByetto tnfByettoTHE fay te teTHE
Played Plaf While 1hle Hector Rtctnr nailed aUN to tC Pray PV PVtrlan Vef Veftryman
tryman trlan Cut It Off 0 tf tlie he Orsani Or5ln Wind WindHenry Ind IndHenr
Henry Henr B Ridleys IdIIY1 service1 ffic a organist orgait of ofthe ofthn
the Protestant Prol ltant Eplncopal Church of the theTransfiguration theTrlnRtgrton
Transfiguration TrlnRtgrton In Fast R1 t New York had a adratnatio adraralo
dratnatio draralo ending on Sunday SUldlY night As an anoffertory anofertolY
offertory ofertolY solo folo Mr fr Ridley Rdley played pla some something OI ¬
thing Ihlg which thn rr rftr > ctor the Hovv He Dr r Wen Wendel I Idel
del raid resembled r mhlr a collection ollton of Scottish Scottishjigs Sottllh Sottllhjll
jigs jll and ho did not 10t stop ltOI until unt a vestryman vestrymanwont ctra
wont wlnt Iwhind hehnd the organ orJal and ad cut ct off ot the wind windsupply wid widIlpply
supply Ilpply This was nfter ofer the congregation congregationhad congregaton congregatonhad
had been bn waiting waitlnp fifteen ffcn minutes mlule for the therector tberclor
rector rclor to lead them in prayer prayerMr prxer prxerMI
Mr MI Ridleys Hdle1 retirement rrtrtnent is the result rrult of a agrievance Bgrievace
grievance grievace For ten tel years la ha served lne an anorganist
organist orgnl t but whcm recently recent ho was a asked askedto
to contribute something omlUlml to tho building buildingfund huldlg huldlgrund
fund ho decided dlld d it was limo for him to quit quitI qlit qlitLast
I Last ist Sunday Suda was wal to be his hil last lt appearance appearancent apparnCf apparnCfat
nt thn organ orRn and ns memorial services serviceswero Brvlcl Brvlclwere
were to be h held Dr Wendel Wfudll Mr lr Ridlny Ridlnysnys Rdly RdlyIa
Ia snys asked him to play some patriotic patrioticmusic patrotlo patrotlomlJlc
music musicWhile mlJlc mlJlcWhie
While Whie the offering olering was wnl being beinl collected collectedMr cllcted
Mr 111 Ridley Rdley started with a I battle batte hymn hymnSeveral hymnSeerl
Several Seerl other patriotic airs followed folowe Tho Thocollection Tbocolectln
collection colectln had been hen made by this tbll time but butMr butMr
Mr Ridley ndlp continued cntinue to play pia Dr Wendel Wendelwaited Wendelwaited
waited until unli patience ceased C to bo b a virtue virtueThen virtueThen
Then ho wnt nt Henry Hen Boudinot Dudlnot tho treas treasurer trea treauer ¬
urer uer of the church to Mr Ridley Rdley with wih tho thorequest thoreqlllt
request reqlllt that ho stop playing playinl But the theorganist
organist still stl hod ha a few patriotic patrioto selections selectionsleft lolctione I
left and he kept on playing
Let Lt us pray pm tlie rector it itwas
was no use UB Mr fr Ridley Rdley WM wa just jut begin beginning bgin bginning ¬
ning with wih America Americ then thn The congre congregation ¬
gation ation tittered litered The rectors recrs face fac waa waapale
pale p 10 from excitement excitment and exasperation exasperationMr eXlpraton eXlpratonMr
Mr Boudinot finally fnaly came to t the rescue rescueHe fHue fHueIA
He IA ran behind behinr tho organ jammed jamme the theIxllows thehelow8
helow8 Ixllows and RUr America Amcrlc died die away in i a ajumble ajumble
jumble of discordant difcrdt notes notesAlthough notel
Although Alhouph Mr Ridley Hdley waa Wa indignant he heheld
held hlld his hil peaco pac and the rest of the service servicepaused Illce Illceor
paused off or quietly quietlyKilled quiet quietIUd
Killed by b Speeding SlleUn Fire Fre Engine EngineWhile EnslneWhie
While Whie responding to afire afr at 163 16 West WestHouston Wtst WtstHO
Houston HO ton street last nightEngine 24 knocked knockeddown knocke
down EinilioContlnelli Emio Con tn 11 23 years olda tailor tailorof taior
of 170 Wtst Houston street ItreetContnJ Continollls Continolllsskull
skull ekul was fractured fractued and he died Almost IlmOt In InsInn 1 1stnn
sInn lly Ir Tho fire fre was wal on tho tJ first flt floor for of ofa
a 1 five story to tenement and was 1 quickly quicklyput i iput
put out out Edward Pnstine 1a8tnl tho to driver drver of ofEngine orEnlne
Engine 2 < went wfnt to tho Macdougal Macougnl street streetpolice Itrt Itrtpohc
police pohc station Iaton after a fer the flrn fr and nd was al arrested arrelt1
i i i i iGoldenliranz
Goldenliranz Goldenllrlm He wa later rla5ed IW orer of Coroner CoronerGoldenllrlm
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PltUn Petition to Gov Go Lanham 1lllal From I Bis Qeml QemlDistrict
District for Troops to Preserve Order
ToiLiNonA Tex Mny 30 A petition petitionto
to Gov Lanlioni signed by nearly every everyproperty
property holder and miner in the Big Bend Benddistrict
district asking that a sufficient force of ofrangers
rangers bo placed them to preserve order orderand
and prevent bloodshed and other act of oflawlessness
lawlessness has been sent to Sheriff Vjalton Vjaltonat
at Alpine who promiflw to present it Jn Jnperson
person to the Governor This petition petitionis
is backed by another petition from Alpine Alpinesigned
signed by nil of th county officers and andbusinunn
businunn men and by still another from fromMarathon
Marathon MarathonAmong
Among othpr things the petition recUf recUfthat
that no attention is paid to tho law pro prohibiting ¬
hibiting the carrying of deadly weapons weaponsand
and that the local authorities are utterly utterlyunable
unable to cope with thn situation situationDleil
Dleil Unfurllnc theFins theFinsBerhard
Berhard Leiidbolt 61 of 1022 Prospect Prospectavenue
avenue The Bronx told his two sons on onSunday
Sunday night thnt tho lfrnt to get up yester yesterday ¬
day would have tho honor of raising the flag flagThe
The father rose firstntabont730and started startedto
to unfurl tho flag AH ho did so ho fell and andreached
reached his fathers nido hn was doad
The cause of death was apoplexy
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