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f hay Ua for Jersey city Clt and All of Jeriey JerieyAt
At 1017 oclock yesterday morning morningJersey mOrnlDgJer morningJotiey
Jersey Jer City t dUoorered that tho new land landroute landroute landroute
route td t Manhattan was open and ready readyfor readyfor
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for trade and promptly exploded the thebiggest theb1 thebiget
biggest b1 pat noise that has been beard on tho thoJersey tboJn thoJrs
Jersey Jn y y coast In all ot oftbe the 300 years ears since sinceSkipper IIlnoeSkIpper alnoeSkipper
Skipper Henry Hudson Hud on sailed past re remarking reomarklnsto rewmrklngto ¬
marking to hl his first tratrnat mate that there seemed seemedto lIOem lIOemto aeemedtob
to tob be a pleasant pleasantbltofland bit of land to port portTha portThe portThe
The flash that announced ann unced the opening openingof
of the tb twin tubes tU 8 of the Hudson River Rivertunnels Rivertliot RIverS RIveruineI
S tunnels tliot ls from thePennsylvania the Railroad Railroadstation RailroadV Railroadelation
V station In Jersey JeraeClty City to the Cortlandt Cortlandtstreet Cortlandttnet Cortlandtstjet
street terminal of tho MoAdoo company companymade companyma companymade
made ma e a big chunk of the State of Now NowJersey Nowt I
I t Jersey as happy aa a boy bo with his first flntblarcle firstbicycle firstblcrcle
bicycle Whiskered old fellows from the theback thebiiek theb4ckcountry
back b4ckcountry country came cameto to 0 the thecity city for rorthe the big bigparade biganule bigarsdo
parade anule tossed up thblr Sunday hats and andy IndeUedlthn andlle4rlthlI
y lledwith eUedlthn all the gayety of on abandon abandonof a don donf
of f the Ui commuter r to whom the opening of ofhi ofhi ofthtubei
thtubei hi hi tubes hea meant something very real and andrfftfialte anddlllalte anddIIuIte
rfftfialte rfftfialteManhattan dlllalteMarihattan dIIuIteManhattan
Manhattan more or less blast on the thesubject theutij theutject
subject utij Ct of big openings took the news newscoolly newscooll newscoolly
coolly cooll letting loose a few siren whistles whistleson
on the waterfront but there was shriek shriekttjC Ibrlekroarin shriekt
ttjC t roaring roarin ramping joy across the thoHudson theRuMon theHudson
Hudson Added Ad ed to the natural gayey gayeythat aayeythat gayeythat
that conies with a public holiday when whenthe whenthe whentb
the tb whole town is bsflagged and bombs aid ardbooming ar arboomlnC aidbooming
booming from every 6v ry Important housetop housetopJersey houeetopreY housetopJetey
Jersey reY City Clt was thrilling with the Idea Ideathat Identhat ideathat
that the opening o ldriB of the steel quills under underth underthd
th thd river bottom would bring quickly quicklyto
to Jersey Jer oodles of wealth th and prosperity prosperityThe prOliperltI
I The price of town Iota hiked up dollars dollarsto
to the front frontfoothe foot the second seoondMlsslarriat seoondMlsslarriatField Miss Harriet HarrietFloyd HarrietFloyd
I
Floyd MoAdoo the pretty daughter of ofthe oft1 ofthe
the t1 man m who planned and constructed constructedthe
the tunnel system touched the gold but button buttori button ¬
ton that switched electric power into the thethird thethird thethird
third rails ral and brought Jersey City as SBclose ascl9a asi I
i close a ie II Fourteenth Jloul el1th street In Manhattan Manhattanto Manhattantotll8 Manhattantoth
to totll8 the Cortlandt street terminal terminalThe terminalThe terminalThe
The preparations for the official cele celebration oelet1on celefton ¬
bration t1on had been perfected weeks before beforeand beforeaDd beforeand
and were carried cardedforward forward yesterday with without wlthou without ¬
out ou S skip or a break from the time Miss MissMoAdeo MisaMoAdeo 1118McAdeowith
MoAdeo McAdeowith with a touch of her finger sent sentelectric eentelectrlo senteectrio
electric currenta l racing racingelxt sixty feet under underthe under1be underthe
the river bed until the Jersey City folk folkand foUtand folkand
and their theIrOOOO 00000 visitors left tho West WestBide Westl WestSide
l Bide Park late iateanlghttheir atnight their eyes aching achingfrom achingfrom
If from the brilliancy brn of the fireworks dis display display dieplay ¬
play Aad one marvelled through the theday thethy
day 1 where all of the pink carnations carnationscame
ti came me from The pink plnkcarnaUon carnation was the theofficial theorrtolal theofltc1al
> official flower tJoW r the tunnel i 108 P > osy ° Y and the thedirty thedirt thedirty
dirty dirt faced newsboys in Montgomery Montgomerystreet
street bad armloads of them themJerseys themJere themJerseys
Jerseys Jere y big day d ybe began on this side of ofthe ofthe oftb
the tb river By y B oclqCk in the themornlng themornlngi themornlngtheFe morning morningthere
i there were 3000 000 people ninetenths of ofthe ofthe f fJer
the Jereeyites Jer eylte swarming in front frontor of the theHudson theI theHudson
I Hudson Terminal Terml al Buildings at SO Church Churchstreet ChurchlItreet Churchstreet
street Police Captain Gallagher and andfifty andIUt1 andflftymen
fifty flftymen men had plenty to do for an hour houror houror
or or so a shutting huttill out o those who rouldnt rouldntproduce rouldntp couldntoduce
produce p oduce cards of Invitation Very many manypeople manypeoplo manypeople
people had t come COD8 over to Manhattan eager eagerto eaceto
to ride back on the first train that were
I unleashed unl eIlrbed A squad aq uad of ushers detailed detailedfor deb lied liedCorthe
for Corthe the job by President William wUUamGMcAdooof G GMoAdoo 0MoAdoc
MoAdoo of the Hudson and Manhattan ManhattanRailroad Manhattanflaliroid Manhattan1aUroad
Railroad squirmed through throuahtheJam throuahtheJami1at1o the jam jamaitisUng jamaMlating
aitisUng i1at1o wornm won fn who bad the tb necessary necessarycards n neudsor neoesiyde
cards eudsor de of invitation and distributing pink pinkosreatk pinkiJonslvily pinkourutlonslavjsbly
osreatk iJonslvily ourutlonslavjsblyI iJonslvily4T > ns lavishly lavishlyAT
I AT THE ntJUSOtf TERMINAL TTBMWAUAbout TERMINALAbout 1NU 1NUAbout
About 3000 000 invitations bad been sent sentout eentbPrHldentIJoAdOo sentout
out by bPrHldentIJoAdOo President MoAdoo and his guests guestsef6 guMtaaU
ef6 aU assembled in the concourse of oftM oftlMi oftbI
tM terminal at 10 oclock The concourse concoursewllleh concoursewbich e
wllleh I h was a also opened formally yester yesterdaj YMterf
r day f 1 is the great absorbing and distribut distributlngflex diltributic dletdbuttflfloor
11 lngflex ic ftOor > r of the Hudson and Manhattan ManhattnoPtbll ManhattancflthIs
00 oPtbll this side of the he river Stairways Stairwaysleading Stalrwa Stalrwalflldtnc StairwaysIadlng
leading to the tube levels point the way wayto wayt
to t trains trl for the Pennsylvania the Erie Erieand Frleud Erieatd
and th the Laekawanna railroad djMto pota on ontlMotaor onI ontsothor
tlMotaor aide There Thereare are flower booths boothsaad bootha
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4 aad candy taDd ndy booth b otha and places where whereauteteobiles wberef
f I auteteobiles a t i li9b Jea and ihddlarnonds diamonds and shoes and andsJUt andiIHk andi
a i sJUt 1k shirts and all 11 1 manner of things that thatwsJcs that4i
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4i wsJcs e a pretty show ello are for sale It has hasN hasthe
N the thappera appearance nee of a wide Ide clean market marketla marketptaee
fl ptaee ptaeeIn
la the h centre c tre of the concourse con ur e President PresidentMoAdoo PretIdentMOAdoo
I MoAdoo M Adoo and an d hi his daughter brought the theguests thetu
r guests eu lts around aro d a circular stand from which whichrea
I rea rm aa tolsctrfa wire which was to signal signalUpturning signalI
1 i I Upturning t tur11Inc of power p wer into the tubes tubesAttorneyGeneral tubesAttorneyOenersA
1 AttorneyGeneral Attornea UeCl Edward R OMalley OMalleywast
J c I wast there to represent repreeentthe the Governor of ofVvw ofIW ofsw
Vvw IW York Acting Mayor Patrick F FMcCtowan FMcaowan
I McCtowan spruoed up with carnations carnationsand
and nd si BIlk tile took Mayor McClellans McClellansplace McClellanI McClellansplace
I place Ia Gov Fort of New Jersey Jerse stood stoodIn
In the themldat midst of a very ornamental staff staffof ataftt starof
of young yourig colonels and majors majorsAmong majorsAmocg
t
1 Among the othsr oUwrguMta guests of Mr MoAdoo MoAdooand Mcdooand MoAdooand
and the company were Borough President PresidentAbeam Preeidentr PresidentAhearti
r Abeam Charles F Adams 2d treasurer treasurerof trealurerHariardUnlveraity
of Harvard HariardUnlveraity University President Will Willlam WiIIliD Willlam
lam F f Baker of the First In National Bank BankWilliam Banki DankWiUlagn
i William R Barnum of Harvey HaeyFllk Flak FlskCo t trl tCo
rl Co President MoAdoos financial backers backersEmit backenEmU backersErall
Emit L Boas of the Hamburg American AmericanLine AmericanLine AmericanLine
Line George W Boyd general gener passenger passengeragent pallilleDaeracent passengeragent
agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadUnited RallroildUliited Railo d dUnited
United States Senator Frank O Brlggs Brlggsof
of f New ew Jertey J ntY Col Franklin Q Brown BrownFirst BrownFirat BrownFirst
First Deputy Police Commissioner Fred Frederick FredrIek Fredriek ¬
rIek B Bughcr Gen James S Clarkson ClarksonHeory ClarksonKeary ClarksonHsDr7
Heory Clew E c Converse William H HCorMn HCorbin UCorbin
Corbin Magistrate Leroy B Crane John JohnF
F Dryden Publio Service Commissioner CommissionerJohn
John J hn E Eustls Pliny PJlnyFllk Flsk head of Harvey Harvey1Ik
flak Co 8h ShtrlJrThom4 SherliT riir Thomas F Foley
Stfprtta Court Col o rt Justice Glegericb B J
Oreenbut IJre Dbut Borough President Lawrence
Oresser Ore er of Queen James A Hamill
L Colgate C Igat Hoyt IL B Hollins Gen James Jamesr
Jourdan Edward Lauterbach William
r Loeb Collector of the e Port Chancellor
John B MacCraoken of New Ne York Uni University Unlty Unik ¬
k versity ty Cord Meyer Postmaster r E N Nrgan
Morgan rgan of New York William H True Trueadale TruedaJe TruesIal
dale Ial president of the Iackawanna Rail Railread flail1i
1i read r dF F D Underwood president of the theErie theErfe theErie
Erie H H Vreetand Mayor Otto Witt Wittpen Wittpel Wittpen
pen of Jersey CIy Samuel fist vice vicepresident viceprflfldect vicepreident
president of the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadWilliam
William WIJUam8arcla Barclay Parsons Francis Lynde LyndeStetson LyndeSteton LyndeSteteon I
Stetson Jacob B Schlff G B Scbley Scbleyand B Sebleyand hley
I and Frank M Platt PlattChief PlattL PIattClief I
Chief Engineer Charles M Jacobs of ofthe oftne ofthe
the L tunnel system atem the man who has ha been
I President MoAdoos UcAdOO principal aid in the therealization thereaJl1aUou therenlinatiou I
realization of Jerseys Jera dream glanced
Inquiringly at Mr MoAdoo just at 1015 1015A
A M 1 > 1 Mr McAdoo who was about abouta
a much excited a as if be bad been buying
11 4 pair of socks at the haberdashers rs booth boothnear boothearbynoddedlndltrereDtiy boot boott I
t near earbynoddedlndltrereDtiy by nodded indifferently Mr tIrJaoob MrJsoobsturned tIrJaoobturned Jacobs Jacobsturned
turned to Bliss Harriett MoAcJ MoAdou u with withnn
r nn All right DOW OW and Miss McAdoo McAdooon
on the stand elevated a little above the thecrowd therr thecrOwd
crowd rr wd touched a button which blanketed blanketedthe blanketedtM
the th concourse with Ith darkness She Shewaited SheI Shewaited
I waited walt d briefly then pressed pre ed the gold
button which sent electric life lit along the thepower the11f theower
power 11f ower r rails of the twin tubes tu to Jersey Jerseyownstairs Jerseyownstalrs
gownltaJraat ownstairs at th the track levels four fourspecial fourE fourSptcial
special lidtralnl trains were wsitin waiting President Proaldentdoohl Presidentth
th E McAdoo doohl bin daughter Chief Engineer EngineerMtob EngineerIstobs
Mtob bs Oov Fort Acting Mayor Mc McGOwan MeGan Mcatwn
GOwan Mayor Wittpen W1tt n of Jersey City
a AtterneyGeneral OMalley 0 I Malle and about abouttoo aboutse
too se of the guests aU Stli crowded on to the first firsttrain firsttraia firstI
f I train a section of seven handsome
I brilliantly brUlanU lighted all steel cars The Therest Theof Theret
rest of the oflfcfaJ party entered tIM three threenJu
tnhw to the roar It Itwu wu Interesting td tdi t tl
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note ote that thatit it took less than five minute minuteto
to load the first seven car train Acting ActingMayor AotinMayor
Mayor McGowan and others were quick quickto quicto
to compliment Mr MoAdoo oa the all allaround ailaround allaroud
around handiness a of tho side doors and andthe andthe andthe
the arrangement at the ends of the cars carsthat carathat carsthat
that prevents outgoing passengers ngera from fromcolliding fromcollldinar fromcolliding
colliding with the Ingoers IngoersTBK IngoerTn ingoersTurn
Turn Tn FIRST TIUIX MARES THE DIP DIPPresident DIPPrealdent DIPPreeldent
President MoAdoo started the first firsttrain firsttrain firsttrain
train himself He stood by Motorman MotormanWinkley MotormanWinkley MotormanWinkley
Winkley and gave a twist to the controller controllerwhich controllerwhich controllerwhich
which sent the train humming toward towardJersey towardJereey towardJersey
Jersey The start was mado exactly exactlyat
at 103520 A M At precisely preclael1028 1028 the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train slid into the Hudson sad nd Manhattan Manhattanstation Mahattanstation hattan
station In Jersey City running time 2 2minutes 2minutes 2minutes I
minutes and 40 seconds The other othertrains othertrains
trains made tho trip on a three minute minuteheadway minuteheadway minuteheadway I
headway Tho second train made the therun therun therun
run in 2 minutes and SO seconds the third thirdIn thlrdl
In Inl S minuted j the fourth In In3 3 minutes and ana5i
55 seconds secondsFar AOCondFar secondsFar
Far down under the river bed Presi President Preaident President ¬
dent McAdoo and his hi guests never caught caughta
a wave of the uproar that broke over overJersey overJersey overJersey
Jersey City when the flash arrived there therethat theretbat therethat
that the first train bad started start d There Therewaa Therewu Therewas
was k a roar and crush cma of celebration ex ezploded explod exploded
ploded plod for mlle along the Jersey coast coastand coastand I Iand
and it tore the air in spots flpo J on this side of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the river First of aU as a general sig slRnat signat ¬
nat for the tremendous hubbub tho thoPennsylvania thoPenlUllvanla thoPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad employee fired a abomb 1 1bomb nbomb
bomb from the roof of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniadepot Pennlylvanladepot Pennsylvaniadepot
depot in Exchange placo Before the thenoise thenOl86 thenoise
noise of its bursting had rumbled away awayanother I1WI1 I1WI1another awayanother
another bomb let go o and another and andanother andRnothor andanother
another until twenty had been fired the thewhole Ihewholo thewhole
whole as a n salute for President MoAdoo McAdooand MoAdooIlnd MoAdooand
and the Hudson and IntlManhllttn IntlManhllttnAt Manhattan ManhattanAt
At that tho rent of Jersey City went wentslambang wentslambal1l wentalambang
slambang hilarious It was New XeweRI XeweRIeve NewYearseve ears earseve
eve on Broadway and the Fourth of July Julymelded Julymelded Julymelded
melded Into one grand Jamboree of car carhammering carhammering earhammering
hammering noises They who had drums drumsin drumIn drumsin
in Montgomery street beat frantically
Cannon crackers smote mot the air and rent rentthemselvea rentthemselvN rentthemselves
themselves into fluttering red shreds of ofpaper ofpaper ofpaper
paper The transatlantic tranaatlantlolIner liners that had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been lying sleepily in their slips at Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity JerseyCUy
City and Hoboken woke up all at once onceand onceand onceand
and spilled steam shrieks upon a rejoic rejoicing reJoloIng rejoiclag ¬
ing river The steamships on the Man Manhattan Manbattan Manhattan ¬
hattan aide cut loose with their hoarse hoarsesteam hoat1steam hoarsesteam
steam gongs and roared a hello to the theboats thlboate theboats
boats over the river Every bell that thatoould thatoould thatooukl
oould be rung over there was clanged clangedand
and joined to the immense chorus of ofvariegated ofvarieRated ofvariegated
variegated noises was the shouting of of1tx000
100000 peoplo who had been holding their theirbreath theirbreath theirbreath
breath waiting for the signal to vent venttheir vonttheir venttheir
their lungs lungsMontgomery
Montgomery street was Impassable Impassablesavo Im ble bleaavo
save for a narrow lane that the police policeguarded poliosguarded
guarded jealously Forty spick and span spanautomobiles spanautomobfles spanautomobiles
automobiles waited in that tI1at lane outside outsidethe outaldathe outsidethe
the Hudson and Manhattan station for forPresident forPresident forPresident
President McAdoo and his distinguished distinguishedguests dlltlngul hed hedltUelts
guests to pop out of the earth When Whenthey Whenthey Whenthey
they popped at 1030 they got the first firstIdea firstIdea firstidea
Idea of how h w glad Jersey was that Man Manhattan Iolanhattn Manbatten
batten had permitted Itself It elf to be hooked hookedup
up to a Jersey town Along a ten foot footroadway footr footroadway
roadway r with Jersey Jer ey celebrants whoop ¬
ing and hat throwing to the right and nd left leftMr leCtMr leftMr
Mr MoAdoos automobile procession processionmade prooe processionmade aon aonmade
made its way to Newark avenue avenut to Grove Grovestreet GroveItreet Grovestreet
street and then to the City Hall Park Parkwhere Parkwhere Parkwhere
where the speechmaking was to be held heldSPJBCCBUAKIKO heid8PEItCB1f4KINO heldSPRZCRITAIrINO
SPJBCCBUAKIKO IN JBB8ET CITY CITTThe CITYTbe CITYThe
The City Hall and the plaza were deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated as Jersey citizens never saw sa them thembefore thembefore thembefore
before Streamers of Rags like the sig signals llgno1 1g 1gnals ¬
nals of a ship hIp floated from the City at Hall Hallflagstaff HaJIftagstaJl Hallflagstaff
flagstaff to the tops of the lesser 16 IIer towers towersThe towersThe towersThe
The front of the hall was festooned fe tooned and andlooped andlooPOd andlooped
looped with the flags fta s of all nations and andwith andwith andwith
with lengths of bunting The Goddess Oodd of ofPeacewho ofPeace ofPe
Peacewho Peace Pe cewbo Who stands on one leg for admiring
Jerseymen was frivolously sporting a aDirectore aDirectoire
Directore of Stars and Stripes Thebalustrades The Thebalustrades ThebalUlltrade
balustrades of the hall were sheathed In Inbunting Inbunting Inbunting
bunting edged with gold fringe Inside Insideand Insideand Insideand
and out It took just one look at the City
Hall to Understand that Jersey was blow blowing blowIn blowlug ¬
lug In herself without a thought for the
morrow morrowThe morrowThe mOrrowThe
The grand stand or three stands that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made up the length of seats for Important Importantpeople Inprtantpeople iniportantpeople
people to rest went the length or orblock acIfY a city
block It was gay p and gleaming from fromend fromend fromend
end to end with the shiniest t of silk bats hatathe bACathe batsthe
the bright colors of women dresses and andthe andtbe andthe
the omnipresent cnmatlona Where
Jersey Jerue City Cit got all of the carnations that thatshe thatbetoued thatshe
she betoued loosed recklessly recki ossly about yesterday yesterdaywill
will remain a subject of wonder for every ¬
body bodywho who attended the celebration celebrationThis
This waa where young Otto Wittpen Wittpenthe
the Mayor of the town came in for the thehonors thehonoI thehonors
honors due his talents and position positionYoung positionYoung positionYoung
Young Mr Wittpen stood surrounded
by notables and made a speoech which whicheverybody whicheverybody whicheverybody
everybody thought well of His Hi con constituents constltuents constituents ¬
stituents couldnt have cheered any
louder or longer for the champion heavy heavyweight h heavyweight vy vyelghtor ¬
weight elghtor or for Leader ader Bob Davis DavisThe DavilThe DavisThe
The Mayor expressed the opinion that thatItwd thatIt
it Itwd w web a great day a great day for Jersey Jer ey
City for the State of New Jersey and the therest therest therest
rest of the world to boot He thought thoughtthat thoU thoughtthat ht htthat
that the tubes had made New York City
and Jersey City into one city and that thatanybody thatanybody thatanybody
anybody had liada a right to be tickled at being beingonly beingooly beingonly
only three minutes from Broadway It
looked look d to Mayor HayorWlttptmu Wittpen as if some mighty mightypleasant mightypllWlDt mightypleasant
pleasant times were coming for the home homefolks homefolks homefolks
folks Cheers CheersQov CheersGov CheersOov
Qov Fort who ho followed said eatdAs e1ldAs saidAs
As we contemplate the events of 0 the
day we minimize the importance of State
lines All the great enterprises mostly motltlyoorporate
corporate of our day are interstate All Allgreat Allgreat Augreat
great business concerns are taking the theform theform
form of corporations Corporations are aregreat aregreatnowJ aregreat
great greatnowJ now but they are only onl in their theirinfancy theirinfancy theirnfancy
infancy They Dey are created Ct Bted by the State Stateand Stteand Statand
and must be treated as governmental governmentalagencies governmentalaaencle governmentalagencies
agencies I do not mean thzt I would take takeover takeover takeover
over their contriol and management by
State or nation but I would take over overtheir overtheir overtheir
their regulation I Vis not the use but butthe butthe butthe
the abuse of corporations that must b bchecked be bechecked bethecked
checked checkedPresident checkedPresident theckedPresident
President Taft had sent a letter lett r to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President McAdoo which was rend from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the stand standI
I am sorry wrote the President not notto notto notto
to be able to be present on so important importantan
an occasion as the opening of the Hudson Hudsonand Hud Uudsonand on onand
and Manhattan Railroadtunnels Railroad tunnels under underthe underthe underthe
the North River It Is Indeed a great greatachievement greatachievement greatachievement
achievement and those tho who have been beenassociated beenallllOCiatod beenassociated
associated with the work during the last lastfour lastfourlears lastfour
four fourlears years and a half may justly feel feelproud feelprou feelproud
proud prou when beholding the results of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their labor It is i an engineering feat of ofvast orvaat ofvast
vast magnitude a monument to Amen toAmerican American Amencan ¬
can enterprise enterpnIsahd olid great credit is I du duto dutto dueto
to those who have been identified with withthe withthe withthe
the work in having successfully lIueoe afuJJy overcome overcomethe overcomethe
the extraordinary difficulties enoountered
in such an undertaking Such an artery arteryof
of travel and commerce eliminates llmlnatesthe the
Hudson River as an obstacle to inter intercourse Intercourse intercourse ¬
course between New York and New Jersey
Not only the people of those States but butthe butthe
the people of 0 the country at large who whovisit whovlalt whovisit
visit the metropolis will acknowledge acknowledgetheir
their hearty gratitude to the energy and andenterprise andenterprie andenterprise
enterprise of those who have brought this thisgreat tblsgreat thisgreat
great acblevement to a successful Issue
I congratulate those tho who have been boonBO
BO o long associated together in this work workand workand workand
and who at last see it an accomplished
fact but I congratulate more the people peopleof
of your city andvloinity and vicinity In having h = vln secured securedso
so valuable an accession to their ease and andcomfort Andoomfort andcomfort
comfort in travelling from one State to tothe
the other otherMayor otherMayor otherMayor
Mayor WIttpenn brought President
McAdoo forward and Introduced him
Jersey let out one roar to show Mr
McAdoo they approved of him and then thensettled theneettled thensettled
settled into the quiet of intent listeners
At the outset Mr MoAdoo spoke of Oe Witt
Clinton Raskin who first llltplanned planned trans transportation traneportatlon transportation ¬
portation lines between New York and
Jersey by tunnelling tunnelllnltJnder under the river bed
He talked about Haskins practical
imaginings his struggles and rebuffs rebuffsand rebu1leand rebuffsand
and sorrows sorrowsHo eorrowHo orrowHo
Ho met the fate which too often over ¬
takes the pioneer Mid Mr McAdoo
but to him is i the distinction of being the
first man to attempt and partially to con construct conItruot construct ¬
struct a tunnel under the Hudson HudllOnRlver River
Mr McAdoo described the various varioussteps varlouelItepa varioussteps
steps of the construction and praised
the men who had promoted the financial financialpart flnancialport financIalpart
part of the undertaking Pliny Flak Wil ¬
bur Fisk and Walter G Oakman and then
thanked the thejnombers members JIlO 1bera of the engineering
staff Chief Engineer Charles M Jacobs
J Vipond Davies L B Stillwcll Hugh
Hazleton and John Van Vieck
Chief Engineer Jaool > n gave I ve a little
tunnel history and maid that the only
competitor his company could fo foresee
in yearn to come was an aeroplane con concern ooneem concern ¬
cern Ho described how costly the enter enterprise ontJrprill ontorpnise ¬
prise had been 1250000 a month for
labor andmaterial and material alone At some perlod perlodor
or the construction tho army of employee employeenumbered emlIoyeeenumbered O Ol1umoorod
numbered 8500 8500There 800There 8C0There
There was a reception at 1130 oclock
la the Aldermanlo chamber ihamborofthe of the City Clt CltI
I
t 17A r 4 I
4 jt C t tHall
Hall Later trial train tralnarerun were eraruo run In the thotransverse thetranlvene thetransverse
transverse line between the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad P0ny1aniaRailroad enna IYanl IYanlRailroad
Railroad station and the theErle Erie and TLacka TLackawanna Laocawanna Lokawanna
wanna stations Thajtransverse Thatransversoiine eUne line the thelast thelaIIt thelast
last link In the McAdoo tunnel system systemexcept systemtlxoept systemxoept
except the theJoop loop that Is to t be bebiJl1tfrom bebiJl1tfromThlrtythlrd b built from fromThirtythird fromThIrtythird
Thirtythird street and Sixth avqnue a1 nuo to tothe totht tOthe
the Grand Central Station in Manhattan Manhattanwill Manbattn11I
will 11I be opened to the thepubJlo public on August 3 3It 2It 3It
It la all 11 ready dy now oicopta XOOPtl few fluUblng fluUblngtouches Slulblnctouohe flausbiagtouches
touches touchesOPXNKD touoheOPNKD p pOPZNJtD
OPXNKD FOR REODLAR REODLARAt nBODwii ti tjzss tjzssAt Nu8 Nu8At
At 3 I oclock In the afternoon the th tubes tubesfrom tubfafrom tubesfrom
from the th Hudsonterminal Hutl ontennlnal In Manhattan Manhattanto
to the terminal In Jersey City cttywere worn opened openedfor
for regular business H Appeared Iip a as If Ifevery Ifevery itevery
every able ablebodied bod bodied led citizen in Jersey Jer6 7 City Citywanted Citywanted Citywanted
wanted to ride The schedule IicMd 6 put IntoeJrect Intoerect into intoeffect
effect yesterday calls for train every everytwo everytwo everytwo
two minutes and a half bAJreaob each way be between between between ¬
tween midnight and 1245 A M every everythirty eyerythIrty over7thirty
thirty minutes between I IA A M and 430 430A 430A 430A
A M every ten minutes between betw V60 V60A 4WA 4t0A
A M and and540 540 40 A M Meveryfiemlnutesbe Meveryfiemlnutesbetween every rtvemiauMs be between ¬
tween 555 SS A M 1 and 040 A M 1 > every three threemlnutea tbreeminutea threeminutes
minutes between 84354 A ht M and 923ft 923ftA t2S t2SAM 23 23A
A AM M every two and a half minutes be between between between ¬
tween 0 525 3S A M and 4 fG 45 P M every three threeminutes threeminutes threeminutes
minutes between 437 f31X P M and ndOto ndOtoP 5403 5403P 40 > i iP
P M and every two minutes between betweenfl43
fl43 P M and midnight The running runningtime runningtime iuaninttime
time will bo three minutes although trains trainscan
can be hustled along at taLwo a two and a half halfminute hIlIfminute halfminute
minute clip if Ifnece necessary ary
The number of passengers pas engere gera carried carriedwithin carriedwithin carriedwithin
within the first two hour after throwing throwingthe
the tunnels tunneisopen open for business was 14751 14751Between 14751Betwetn 14751Between
Between the opening openingand and 8 oclock the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of passengers was In round roundnumbers roundnumbers roundnumbers
numbers 21000 22LOOO cxxj Thomas F Burke night nightmanager nightmana nightznsnaer
manager mana er of 01 o the Postal Telegraph Com Company Company Compuny ¬
pany in Jersey Jerao City dropped the first firstticket flnttloket firsttiokt
ticket into the gateroana box at 301 301The 301The 3OiThe
The first publio train arrived from New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York at 30310 It was packed with withpassengers withaa withpassengers
passengers aa enaera From S oclock until 7 7oclock 7ocloc
clock 0 when wb n the rush ruahrrom from New York Yorkto
to Jersey Jerae City was at Its h height heightthe lghtth the tunnel tunneltrains tunneltmine tunneltrains
trains were crowded d The ferryboats ferryboatswere ferryboatWere
were practically deserted desertedCELEBRATING desertedCKLEBUTINQ d dCBLBBUTINO
CELEBRATING DP TO 1UDNIOHT 1UDNIOHTJeraeyCity aJIDNI0BTJeraeyatr MIDNIORTJerseyftclty
JeraeyCity Jeraeyatr did not get through otis celebrating cel celbratlns otisbrating ¬
brating until midnights There were ter free freeconcerto freeconcerCa freeconcerts
concerto in the West Bide Park In the theafternoon theafternoon thoafternoon
afternoon and at night At 8 P M the theWest theWeat theVeet
West Hide Park was illuminated Presi President Pruldent Prtsldent ¬
dent McAdoo and the officials of the Hud Hudson RudIIOt1 Budson ¬
son and Manhattan Railroad made a cir circuit circllit sircult ¬
cult of the park in automobiles For the tbftnext tbnnextfewhoulll thenext
next nextfewhoulll few hours hourthero there were fireworks and andfireworks andfireworks andfireworks
fireworks and more fireworks fancy fancyrockets fancyrocket fancyrocket5
rockets floral bombshells bom elil flying glron glrondellaa glrondelfaa girondella
della aerial searchlights Yellowstone Yellowstonegeysers Yellowstonegeysers el1owltoneg8y1iOr
geysers every variety varlet of firework the theJerseymen eheJer theJerseymon
Jerseymen Jer eTlJlen could get for their money
The star of the set piece was a rep representation NPreaentatlon representation ¬
resentation of Father Knickerbocker Knickerbockershaking KnickerbockerBhaklnlt Knickerbockershaking
shaking hands with Mayor Wittpean WIU nn It Itcovered Itcovered Itcovered
covered an area of 600 square feet and anddelighted anddeUghted enddelighted
delighted the populace hugely hugelyAMERICA bugelyAUEnlC4N hugely4IEfliC4N
AMERICA ROOF OPES OPESPrettily OPEjPietttl O1ISPEetttly
Prettily Ocooratetl the Place Draws Ora a aGoort aG04IrI aGood
Good Crowd Up Aloft AloftNew AlottNew AloftNew
New York evidently takes most kindly kindlyto
to up in the air pleasure resorts re orta for In Inspite InIplteof InpIteof
spite Iplteof of the number that already exist existthe e1llltthe existthe
the opening of the renovated American AmericanTheatre AmericanTbeatre AmericanTheatre
Theatre roof garden last night drew a acrowd Iicrowd acrowd
crowd that filled the auditorium and over overflowed Oerftowed overflowed ¬
flowed Into the annexe annexsManager annexaManagerWlUlam annexeManagerWilliam
Manager ManagerWlUlam William Morris has succeeded succeededin
in obtaining a peculiarly peoUliarJTdebChtfulleeult peoUliarJTdebChtfulleeultOn delightful result resultOn
On the roof over the theatre proper he hehas hehaa hehas
has arranged arrang a pleasing woodland effect effectwith eJrectwltll effectwith
with a leafy trellis overhead hung bun with withcolored withcolored withcolored
colored lanterns and the side walls wallstastefullr wallatuJteru11r walltastefully
tastefully decorated iOkeeplDa to n keening with the I
general scheme A stairway a < tlrw y leads to a agarden agarden agarden
garden on the second roof and a rustic rusticbridge rnlttobridqc rusticbridge
bridge to a green lCOn fence enclosure with withrustic withrnUc withruetic
rustic seatstablet > ha and benches on a third thirdTho thirdo
Tho o bill fortho for the opening evening was wasa w wa
a good one Mile Rosario RoearIoGuen1O Guerrero gave gavea
a one act a pantomime pantomlmecaIJed called theRose theRoseand tbo Roee Roeeand
and the Dagger Dacetlawblcb In which was cleverly f told toldthe tol4the toldthe
the story itor of the thetrlumpb triumph ot t a dancer d lcer over overa v r ra
a bandit b ndlt In whooe home she ehehad had sought soughtrefuge lIoughtrefuge soughtrefuge
refuge from a storm Miss Mi a Grace La LaRue LaRue LaRue
Rue gave gaveoaomewhaUrrnllar a somewhat similar performance performanceIn tformarloe tformarloeIn
In A Call of the Past introducing introducingsome
some of her h r pantomimic p ntomlmlo dance with withvery withvery withvery
very good effect effectFelix elleetFelix effectFelix
Felix and Gil CaIre re in their skit eklVJust JuBt Kids Kidswere KldAwere Kidswere
were frequently recalled Julian Eltlnge Eltlngefemale EIClnaeafemale Eitlngsfemale
female characterizations were w re well re received ffoelved recalved ¬
calved and hi his Persian danoe somewhat somewhatchanged aomewhatchanged somewhatchanged
changed made a favorable favorablelmpresa1on favorablelmpresa1onCOD5UI impression impressionConsul impressionConsul
Consul went through all ot his stunts stuntswithout stuntawithout stuntswithout
without much guidance and got his h1 full fullshare fullshare fullshare
share of applause applau Rafayettes dog dogmade do domAde dogsmade
made up another well 1I U received number numberof num r rof
of the programme programmeThere
There Therowal was of course the UMial crowding crowdingaround crodinaround crowdingaround
around the elevators and the audience audiencewas
was not all seated aeat d until after the entor entortainment entortainment entertainment
tainment was well under way wa Getting
the crowd up to roofs seem to be one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the problems of summer shows and per ¬
haps bapesome some one may yet succeed In solving
It to the th satisfaction t irctlon of the management managementand
and their patrons patronsEDICATIOA patroll8EDVClTIO patronsEDICtTION4
EDICATIOA L OPERA OPERAHear OPEnOsear OrE fl4 fl4Oscar
Hear llainmrrttrln Selects IIli 111 Chora Chorafor Chorafor Chorusfor
for Ie Prophets and Others OthersBy Oth OthersBy 1I 1In
By n 12 oclock yesterday Oscar Hammer Hammerstein Hammerstein Hammerstein
stein had selected 100 voices for the thechorus thechorus thechorus
chorus of tho Manhattan Opera House Houseduring Houseduring Rouseduring
during the preliminary or educational educationalseason
season and an hour later tho members memberswere
were at work on the choruses of Le LeProphte 10Prophbte L LProphte
Prophte with which hlch the season Is to toopen toopen toopen
open on August 30 It is the first time that thatany thatany thatany
any season of grand arandopera opera ever opened openedso
so early In New York YorkMost YorkMoet YorkMost
Most of the singers selected yesterday YOIIterdabelong
belong to church choirs chol or are students studentsof
of singing and are anxious to get the theexperience theexperlenoe theexperience
experience of singing slnalngon on the stage As Asusual A8ueual Asusual
usual the majority were Women All are areAmericans areAmericans areAmericans
Americans and the th only reenforcement reenforcementwill
will com oome from the men singers engaged engagedin
in Europe There were W6i 1 a ts tGi of tha regu regular rejUlar regutar ¬
lar members of the old chorus present presentyesterday presentyesterda presentyesterday
yesterday but the majority of them have havenot hannot baynot
not arranged to come back to New York Yorkuntil YorkuntU Yorkuntil
until later later1id and it Is I Mr Hammersteins
intention to keep the two choral bodies bodiesseparate bodleaseparate bodiesseparate
separate Le Prophete will be tot ¬
lowed by La Julve Aids Tann
bauser hllu er aqd Carmen during the first firstweek fttatweek fiigweek
week weekI
I have also decided to give Loiuee
during my m educational syitem Mr Ham Hammersteln Hamment Rimmersteln
mersteln ment ln said as s I do Dot want my
patrorys to say that I am giving them only
the old operas o ru I may also give A novelty
although that is not yet et certain In giving
such old works as Le Prophate and La
Julve I am doing an educational work
just as much as if I should present newwom newworks new newworks
works These operas are Unknown to tothe totherOllne totheyoung > tbe tbeyoung
young generation of ofo operag6era rtCoer and they
dont know whether they like them or ornot ornot ornot
not They will have an opportunity to tofind
find out next month monthSigner month81gnor monthSignor
Signer Sturanl will arrive here h re on
July ai in time to take charge cha e of the first firstorchestral flntorobeatral firstorchestral
orchestral rehearsals and Jacques Coin
the stage manager will arrive at the thesame theAme thesame
same time Most of or o the principal therrlnclpal mem members members merebets ¬
bers of the company will arrive during
the following week weekEvery weekEvery weekEvery
Every yard of scenery aoonel1ror for this thlaeduca thlaeducatlonal educa educational educational ¬
tional season and every costume will be benew benew benew
new Mr Hammersteln said yesterday yesterdayafter 7eaUJroayafter yesterdayafter
after be started the rehearsal 1 of the thechorus thecborM thechorus
chorus hung bU new soft hat over the
bust of Beethoven in the corner of his bisofflofl hisomoe hisomoe
omoe and lighted lI hted a cigar I want to do dosomething dolomethlng dosomething
something during this educational season seasonthat 8 seasonthat 48on 48onthatwua
that thatwua will make the publio give me its itsapproval itaapproval Itsapproval
approval and say that I have accom accomplished accompllhed sccomplished ¬
plished something that really was worth worthwhile worthwblle worthwbile
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Christian hrtltt Civilization and ef the theManners theUannrr the1annets
Manners of the PeepleArrcnUne PeepleArrcnUnePottery
Pottery eC No Ntuet > rt Utautr of f l Design DesignThe lgn lgnThe i iThe
The progress being heln made by b the special specialEgyptian specIalBgyptian peclalEaptlan
Egyptian expeditions of the Metropolitan MetropolitanMuseum MetropolitanMuseum i iMuaeum
Museum in uncovering the mysteries of oflong oflong i ilong
long buried civilizations is the subject subjectglvenUhe aubJectglvlnthe subjectglventho
glvenUhe most attention in the thecutnnt1 thecutnnt1numb current currentnumber currentnumbss
number numb r of the Hut Mascara turn Bulletin pub published publisbed ¬ I Ill
lished ll hel today The Thereportoovor report covers the work workthat workthat workthat
that Is being done both at the Pyramids Pyramidsof
of Llsht and at the Oasis of Kharga where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the spade and the pick are revealing for forthe rorthe forthe
the first time Intimate side lights on the themanners theIIWIDlI themanners
manners of early er y Christians who made madetheir madetheir madetheir
their home there thereIn
In the Pyramid territory where the thework thework thework
work has been confined to uncovering uncoveringtombs
tombs and temples of the theTweifth Twelfth Dynasty Dynastyand DyriutI1I1d
and later periods lie the ancient history historyof
of the land the Museum excavators have havegone havegone havegone
gone about their task as a prospecting prospectinggeologist prospectinggeolo prospectinggeologist
geologist geolo t would hunt for dips and strikes strikesWhere strikesWhere trikesWhere
Where here a colonnade and tbere a atico por portioo portloo
tioo give promise of rich archssological archssologicalmaterial archllllOlolfcalmaterial archologtcaimaterial
material deep beneath the sands of oftbe oftberacge the therange therange
range along the Nile Valley where the theexpedition theexpedition theexpedition
expedition U 1 engaged cross er prospects prospectsand pro poota pootaand
and transverse uncover the outlines outJlneoaofwhole of ofwhole ofwhole
whole groupe of temples and clusters clustersof chlltorof
of palaces palacesThen palacesThen
ofThen Then only the bard work of barrow and anddump anddump anddump
dump car by the two hundredodd laborers laborersemployed laborersemployed I Iemploed
employed remains to be done before the thescientists thescIentists I IacLentlatawlth
scientists acLentlatawlth with their pencils BIt down to totally totall totally
tally tall the shards Ih rds and scraps which have havevalue havevalue havevalue
value In their eyes eyesThe eyelThe eyesThe
The excavation of this temple has ha re resulted reButted resuited ¬
Butted in the th discovery di oovery of ta a Urge amount amountof
of colored relief relJefsulptures sulptures on the temple templewalk templewalla templewalls
walk Its remarkable preservation by bythe bythe
the dry sands of the ages and the quality qualityof quaJ1tTof1he qualitof
of of1he the modelling modeU1n make ke this bit Of artwork artworkof ar art work workof won wonofthe
of ofthe the ancient Egyptians tia the most impor important impor importact ¬
tact tantmateria material yo yet yeT found oundln in illustration lustraUon of ofMiddle ofMidde ofMiddie
Middle says saysAt Midde Empire EplrerUf Ernplrerellef relief scripture 1tlpture the report reportsays reportuy reportsays
At A the Kharga KarC Khargaouls ocsis al the expedition there therehas thereha therehas
has ha continued the work of eption uncovering unvering the theChristian theChriltian theChristian
Christian necropolis nooropls and a part of the theancient theacleDt theancient
ancient acleDt olty of Hibls Hbla Here p the delvers delvershave delvel delverhave
have found a village vU1e built on an ancient ancientcemetery aient aientcemetery ancientcemetery
cemetery site the houses hOUe resting rtnz over overbrick overbriok overbrInk
brick vaulted valt vsultedsubterruean subterranean aubterrane tombs tomb In a aoranny aoranny acranny
oranny in one of the house b walls the ex explorers exploren oxplorers
plorers found fond a hoard ho of coins of the joint jointreign jointrIn Jointreign
reign rIn of Dlooletin Dlol t n Maxirolan Maxmlan and Con Constantius Cn Cnsttlu Constantius
stantius sttlu which fixed the time at which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the village via had ba been e inhabited inabite as aalt late Lit as asthe a asthe
the third thir century of the Christian Chriatan era eraother eraot6r eraother
other ot6r coins discovered devered bore a later date dateand dateand dateand
and permitted rltted the speculation lplaon that folk folkwere folkwer folkwere
were wer Uvl living over ovir these thee vaulted tombs tomb as asIat ulat aslit
lit lat as a the th end of the fourth century centua
n
Dr Hrdlloka Hr Icb of the Smithsonian Smithoni Institu Institution Intitu Intituton Inst itu ituthon ¬
tion ton who has been b working In cooperation cooperationwith oprUon oprUonwltb
with the Metropolitan Museum excavators excavatorsduring excavatoraduring excavatorsduring
Metroplitan
during the last Jt six months ad who mad madsa mada
a skeletal examination nalnatloo of the te uncovered uncoveredremnants uncovemrnnt uncoveredremnnt me mea
remnants rnnt of the past pt at the oasis ols diggings diggingsdrew diggingsdrew
drew dr the following deductions deducton concerning
the kind or people pple who had b lived lved there thereThe thoroThe thereThe
The Kharga Khrp graves grve showed ahowe people poplo of ofrather orrather ofrather
rather small sal stature statre mainly of a type typeindistinguishable typeindistInguishable
indistinguishable Indlstnlahble from the Egyptian typ butwith but butwltb outwith outwith
with rather rtber considerable oODIIlderblo admixture amixture of ofIndistinguishable ofbroad ofbro ofbroad
broad bro heads bes CnearlY20 nearly 20 0 per reent cent The Thegravea Thejve Thegraves
graves ot of the Cbrlstlan Chrlta ChrlstIanNecropolls NecropoIls Neop1 givelelllJ give giveless giveless
less jve of o tho foreign elements elomet than th those thoseof tho
of Ain Am el Tiirba rba Only a single female femaleskull femaleskull femaleskull
skull showed negro nel negromixturs mixture mlxts The patho pathological ptho pathological ¬
logical observations obratons on these the burials buril are areof areof areof
of much interest IntercutObservations Intere1 interestObservations
Observations Obsrvatlon made on the modern
inhabitants InhbltICa of Kharga Kla show sho that moern several severalimportant neveralimportant
important Impornt changes ehngeR have lave taken place pla cver In Inthe Inte Inthe
the te population populton of the cauls nls since the theperiod therO theperiod
period rO represented prent by b the early e ly Christian ChristianNecropolis Chrlti ChristianNecropoha
Necropolis fourth eutofiUh to fifth century A D DThere DTereh DThere
There Tereh NeroP has bam a gt great Influx Infux ctW of negro negroblood negr negroblood
blood and of Semitic Slto people Ie Arabs Arab ArabsNctrithntandIn Ac AcNotwithataadtes 40NotIt
Notwithataadtes NotIt a = the Iscerperatsd = c = p t new newelements ne newelements
elements the stature stture has h remained mall nmalland emaIland mallan
and the general physical development is isnot IIDotrolut isnot
an not Dotrolut robust robustThe robustThe gce
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made through rch excavations exca tiotso on the site siteof at atof siteof
of the ancient anoiet Roman Rotn town of Arretium Arretiumthe Antlum Antlumthe
the modern Arexko Ar In Tuscany Te which whichwas wbc whichWas
was moe the Stvret Stvr of the latter ltter repuhlio and andrarly andNrly andearly
early empire A peculiarly pl rublo beautiful beautifulvariety butifl butiflvarie beautifulvariety
variety varie of pottery pter was w produced pruced at atArretium atArtum atArretlum
Arretium Artum which had h a great st vogue over overall Or OraL overall
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all aL the Roman Rman territory one of the charac characteristics ohmicteristlcs ¬
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teristics t rtc of the pottery was ws that tha it ItC was wascast wacast
cast C in moulds mouldnot not put on o the wheel wheelFragments wbel wbelents wheelrugmonta
Fragments ents of the Arretium Arlum vases T have havebeen haveb havebeen
been b found over all al the te peninsula and the theoutside th theoutside
outside outdeone confines of the pnlDla empire empi but the therecentdiscoverr tbern thereceOtdlscovery
recentdiscoverr rn dlevery of the moulds from which whichthese wbch wbchtb whichthese
these tb vases V and bowls were made for a alarge alarge alarge
large part intact intt and d giving Ilv1 every detail detailof
of Beautiful butfu pr vessels vei hitherto hither undiscovered undiscoveredbulked undleTer undiscoveredbulked
bulked as a groat find td in the eyes eye of the thecollectors thecoloto thecollectors
collectors coloto A gt collection coUecto of three the moulds mouldsis
is among the themNt most valuable vable acquisitions acquisitionsthe aouitio
the Museum Musm bas had hd in the year yearAttention yearAttention er erAtent
Attention Atent > is I caled cied by b the bulletin buletin to toadditions toaditions toadditions
additions aditions which wblc have recently rnty been b made madeby madeby
me mebr
br by George Gerg A Beam Ho to his prvous previous gift giftof tf giftof
of o of twentyseven paintings by American Americanand Americn Americnand
and English Engls artists pntinp Five Fvo paintings by
English Engls artists itand artisteaud and ten t by b Americans Aec ptlg are arenow a iuenow
now hung hungHERBERT buo buolFlDElf hungIIERDLItT
HERBERT lFlDElf TREK T T1ICOMING FI COM O V1Nn Iff O HERE HEREW IElB IElBW
W A RrSrty 1d Tells Tet of o 1IU l Tear TNtLS TNtLSJDihlC TeniLesE TeniLesEJoOuey Lens LensJourney
Journey JDihlC f rr er Grace Orae Geerge GeergeSir ON ONBir GeergeSir
Sir Herbert Hebr Beerbohm Berl Tree Tr will wl visit visitthis vit vittbls visItthis
this country count some aomotl time before bfore the first firstof ft ftof firstof
of next nzt year e according arn to t a statement statementmade etment etmentme tatementmade
made me yesterday yerda by William Wiim A Brady Bradyon Br
on his b return rturn from rromEurSi Europe Sir Herbert Berr Berbertwill Herbertwill
will wl be b here her no more mo than tb ten jreeks Jeb yi ke in inall I Inall
all al and will act A In f New York okBO ork Boston BostonPhiladelphia BostonPhiladelphia
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