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2 THE SUN TUESDAY MAY 3IA 81 119 1910 O
Heal id tour by b w w7 y of Wat WatIJUry rliury and andtUrtford andIUntrd ndL
L tUrtford expecting f dfng to meet m hi bla relatives relativeson reltiveith4trnd tly tlyCIII
on that I th4trnd th4trnd0n I mid midOn fItdOn
On Saturdtv Ium night Mr Ir Uoukl wba wbatadnt wboI wbbtdnt
tadnt I dnt fi found in < i fildie waituig iIUI < for him at atSew d1Iflw aI1frw
Sew IUiii ai eipectrd WC1II started up uptturanl uptIIWIrtl upartl
tturanl artl Puinfrel thereupon Iron Mr Ir OoukI OoukInd
j tnrl nd Mm 3m 1111 Slirudy upon Vniming < at lha lhaMhool tti ttisiihonl ho hohDllhl
Mhool hDllhl UMI tAM had left fl began 1 gtI a arch archf eearchftl rch rchof
ftl tl tIii > e urn urrnlul1i1l1C uidmic rawls nud IMI vilUcre riUit is for forthe forItI forIf
the ItI lx I jfl > y ii I wnrrb nh that took all 11 lUr d4r4tuI d4r4tuI114y un untUy lIl1uy
tUy On M M11114 11I1I i < Uy morning Mr 1111 1r Oould Oouldat
i at 4 Inlcfcv rt 11 hy HI HhIIIIIII ih < Hu < Uou gut a atrnm telegram telegramuig
llmiii 11 < 11I Ne S ItnlHin wyuig uig th IMI t Wdie wa wathrnaiMl wathtTMlKI 11II
thrnaiMl 1111 IUHI llIul > > ut It of money although hollill I under IlInlrtand underUnd iintkrt4bI
Und thnt IW h I had 111 Hi 1I wh whm n hn alarlrd out outon outun outu1
on hn III wi wiIk wiIkMr Ik IkMr lIiIr
Mr Ir iicmM who wa it t Hartford at llhll llhlltlnlt the thetfn thetnI
tfn tlnlt > tlMt h < letegnin wa ItCh reeeid ad here h bv bvMr hyMr I IMrs
Mr o inukl wa W notified and ho hltleftt sent won wonlo wo1 wordto
lo Mm Ir OMild tluit e would wOllkJen KO on to toN IDS toXe
N Xe w BriUin ind late h tdh Jdn back to toPomltvt 10Iomlltl toPotnir
Pomltvt Pomltvtlint PotnirIu4t
lint after dink l iat t night a tounng tounngtar tounn tounnar
tar stoppm ltI1 in au front of the Now Britain Britainjoint llritln11f Britainti4ai
joint 11f I l MMtlon bun and nd Kdwm Oould Oouldnr JoiklHr
nr fir got out of 11 tits I h car u and nd naked kd Cpt CptOmen l lOral pt ptflriue
Omen about vcHinc Mr Ir oulil He aid ald1h1 acidtht aidthat
that the Ih hnv y > hadut t run away from school schoolat
at t all 11 but llMt HlI Ii I ht wan enjoying njuy three thJIfdya thJIfdyaof days daysof thyof
of Miration and I hi h1 I got ivrniiaaion to tol 10lea toSf
l lea Sf ae the Ih KChool hool Hx II took Edwin lr lrto Irto Jrto
to Hartford t tloffilllhll to < > ind the it night aud u4 today todar toth tothbe
he b intrniU mt tl to tutu the I Ih buy hor liack to school schoolHe IIboolie iicbootI
He tI Id Matter funded of 0 Pom pornrt fret Scnool Scnoolla
la I totmnic th the N Xw > w England States Ktat with withr withmotor a amotor
r motor party but the iwcreUry tary of the theschool IheIPChool thechooI
school aId la taat l night that I ever since slntFriday aInlflFridn sinceFriday
Friday afternoon the school authorities authoritieshave auUlorillNhave authoritieshave
have been worried worn shout young Oould Oouldaed Ooulda Gouldard
aed a d have hreu trying to t find him Gould Gouldtha GouldIhs Gouldthe
Ihs secretary Mild had no leave ot absence absenceand abwnOlllid abanceazd
and there had bern n no vacation day at atthe litthe itthe
the school achonllllnCl since lhi I h ht > Kail I 1 er i holiday holidayAO holidyj holidsycNouh1JKlmLIIrI
AO Nouh1JKlmLIIrI 0 nOOKll OHM UTI Ol IX IXItovkrfrllrVoninslulon TlfA TrXU TrXUf 41 41RarkrrrllrrCaninilwIon
j f RarkrrrllrrCaninilwIon mitri Ih lloooi 1IMNJnno 1IMNJnnoI > oo ooI
I m I Nprnil Iicuinttra rountrn fled Tap TalHI TspDAua TapDALUk
I DALUk Tex May ta 30 Not ot pnr cent of ofthe oft ofthe
t the Rockefeller million dollar for the thelavtatlgatinn Ih IhmutlRlltln thebvesftgtIin
lavtatlgatinn of the Ih hookworm will lx lxapent I IlIt II
I spent lIt in Texas Tn State Health Officer OfficerBrumby umClrrumh tmoerVrumhy
Brumby rumh said today todayWarn lodyf
f t Warn bfl1 a Asked krd for the Ih reason Dr Brumby Brumbyald Sturnhyt
t MId Id There < are a a number of bitch bitchdb we weIb e edo
do not care < to dl IIIIICII ciiM It wa Impo Imposbls ImpMf tmpoeIbI
f sbls IbI for the Statp RIAl Board Wudlf of Health and aa lh lhhioakworm Ihhbokwo the ther
r hioakworm hbokwo bbokwormeornmlUlnfl rm rommlMlon to tngttothr tngttothrT1UU A get together togetherK tOIlhrIII
T1UU III rrT lTTtfII UI K 11 S illItlR illItlRTh III1Ritt
Tb a Kroonlaoif Hroonlaolaftlll Mm lrn llrfrnd Ttirni nlnli nlnlilliel Thenuuhrs Thenuuhrsand rhr rhraiul
and Two T rr r llattrrrtl llattrrrtlTwenty nlIlmtTwmty llattrredTwenty
Twenty salkire going goU on hoard the Red RedQtar nolr RedStar
Star r liner Itn r Kroonland due du tn sail today todaybkd 10oflAyh todaybd
bkd h a rough rou < h and tumble hat nlht with withA wllhCnt withgang
A > gang of touch at I K tlcbfMnlh btaeath street tfetand
and 2 ci Eleventh avenue fOtIUf This gang aconl aconltit aenrdin1 enrdbie
tit to the police has h1 a habit of attacking attackingsailor IIltuklaUOIII atisckiagtior
sailor UOIII who nra due to leave town in the theEfornine thllomlnlt theorning
Efornine omlnlt thus relieving themselves of ofttoublcsnme ofttoubltllOlnt orttoublesome
ttoublcsnme witnesses w Itnt in court OurlIThIi courtsailor
IThIi Tha sailor 110 say y that they Ih wereaked wereakedgive nfll a kld kldt4
4
t4 give up their money They started to i
dkteud fotid thrir purse lIff1l t t flrnt they Ih were wereC weretttns
C ttliyc It the Ih Ijetler of It Then fh a the Ih gang gangstarted pncaiartt gangsigned
started to work with wll h stone and clubs clubsapd clu clud club4d
apd d revrrul sailor MUO were laid out Two Twopolicemen 1woPitllrwoln Twoaune
policemen tvine up in time to grab two twoorlba tworu twof
f orlba fighters IIlh lluch Jtu h Mc 11taan ann of ofI Jifll JifllEijMhevenue Ufl1aluftnuo
I EijMhevenue and nd William Fitygerald of of3fl 01C3V o
C3V < 3fl West Thirteenth strret strretTwo I trceti I ITwo
i Two ml sillori 10 lorn wrnt to the Ih police station stationto tatiORto
to make ctiarxra of felonious assault assaultagatnut aliltain1 asestiltuatnit
agatnut < ain1 them The policn got the names namesof MtnMof namesof
of tile th miloni a as John Krsnklrn and Carl Carlvan Carlvan Carlder
van der tVxnlt Dlt odl An n ambulance surgeon surgeontook urgeontook
took MXterii titchn l lch > in Vrn r Per Doodta Doodtattoalpind DoodlIIIllIlIn1 DoodtsM1IlpUul
ttoalpind IIIllIlIn1 nltnimt as a many more in Frank Franklen FlILnkln Frank1drner
len lenA
A timer lr I IVtertViUy Peter ReIUynfS3t illr of 531 West Thirty Thirtyninth ThirtYnlnlh Thirtyninth
ninth ctfnt e ct wa was found on Nineteenth Nineteenthstreet inlfIIIlhIrI inetesnthstrt
street sn n hour h ltlr < earlier with knife wound woundin
in hi h his headand head and nd bnek He It said thai he hehad h hha hehad
I had been set t u un > n by h a gang or rough roughHa rou 101jhsHe < h hHe
He Mid he wmridnt Idnt make any ny charges chargesbut chareebut
but w woitbi rtid < qiwre lalUfI account hlmnrlt
t MI us s I i I t tin lT 111111 iir ivvovKf 11 1m HKn HKnIlut IIn lltlthut
hut 111 tinman n Hume 0m Irom tonr lnl snr Island Ulamlnilhilrana 1In IslandtlIhiIrn
nilhilrana nlhlrll the tf charge Chlrle m Curt CaurtHenry CurtHenry lrl lrlffnry
Henry ffnry Muller 111 a lawyer Iwy of 3U 3 3t Montague Montaguastreet Montagueptret IOnlalu IOnlalurl
street rl Mrooklyn nrlklfn went ft lo Coney Mand Mandye hlandS talaniyester4a
ye yester4a trrila Ho S did lll Mr Ir and Mr Irl Jowph JowphDank JOh JOhDk JoiwphDank
Dank of MH 31 Ka tt t Kifthtyfourth tA hlyrollrh strret strretIhey stretIhey
Ihey bl hoardM rd the Ih oarne m cipre 11f zprese train traincoming Iralnomlnc traincoming
coming omlnc honmlau hllM bonus Icet nittht and nl in the Ih crowd crowdMr cwd cwdfr crowdMr
Mr fr and Mr Ir Dank decani 1MI wuratf 1 prated pratedYifter rall < l lAfter
After tlr stir li had l tieii > ern standinc andlns w 1 ct1me otmrt otmrttime Ilorl Ilorltm
time tm Mr 1 Dank f > nk declare dllu Muller ulr beaati beaatito 11 1
to ii Jostle ll tier Mie sll he MVS 11 eb h had to endure endureit
it becitiM I she 1 oould nul not get It Ui I when ncure 11 I
her hurfiejid hu Whan Vhe the train
< wa wac al Whf t ti wasi wasiIn w41in u I
In Brooklyn Blkhl tin Ut onntiauvd OnI tJ annoyance annoyancesha aRoTaa aRoTaaf
she f Mid Mi on 1 lingered lnltl her dial tl 11 she he Mrttck MrttckMuller MiiekMutter Ik Ikful
Muller ful r 4he f h Ktys f that th the p Kwngrrs pcsngrrsIniiatd > Kwngrrslasistd
lasistd t i t l ab h h he va him arrested art arrestedAcnrrluigly ni I IAc I
Ac orduislv ACrlIT P Pobman lK m n Merlin U tank tankhim k khim Khim
him to the Ih night nllhl court Iln Muller tulr said ulf ha hahadn h hhdn hehidn
hadn hdn t aiinovrd lovld Mr Irl Dank Dlk The Th Magi Magitrata Magistrite lc
trite tr told Itd If lire > fr Dtnk Jnk that lbt in view VI of f tha thatesttmniy iii iiituttmiiy II IItelmlr
testtmniy telmlr h I wa retdy ldY t punwh fmh Muller MullerIf Mullerltshdeere1 Iulr IulrIr
If ltshdeere1 she t so ndff dew red She Sb SheialdthatshethoughP SheialdthatshethoughPa said Id that Il she though thougha lhOllh lhOllhI
a lecture I wouM Wl be I h sufficient IIfl After Afterthi AftertM llr llrtl
thi had d be ben administered
tl n armtolt ihe he withdrew withdrewbercbirg Whd Whdhrchar withdrewberchsrge
bercbirg bercbirgni hrchar hrcharRLEi berchsrgeJULES
ni JULES LES TO hrFr hlrP Titts rn rnt rnii riK riiit4trgennGcneral i v vI
I t Mircron4rnrral rnnoI1 Hill 1 Tall ra a Meeting Meetingloan itertln itertlntonti 111 i Ilf
loan lf In lrsnir 1 Them ThrrnNnvroiK ThemOPOLK Im ImnJmK
NnvroiK nJmK OPOLK Vu Msy 4I y 3 A call Mi is i noon noontn eoonto n nI
I tn t be h iMiird IHHfd fr a meeting mlnl of the Ih chief chiefsurgeon chi chiI chiefIUrjons
I surgeon rtl if ftlh f all the railway rlwll of th l the i untry mnlr nnuntyythe > untrythe 1
the t chief health offirer n of A all allh the Ktitm Ktitmand SII toi toisad > id
and d T nlted talld MFI rats I tienlth IIIlh officer 0 0I omc ru The Thame Themettng
I me mn mettng tmg is lo rf itevsw vi sanitary 8Rllr niM mk for forall farall
all 1 paMenger tpim Ifl and Inrl railrond rlrfd statloim statloimIn IU IUIn
In the pnl countrj country th A ha t the Ih i rirntd 1t1 of iul tuber tubercubit > > r roulosls
cubit 0111 and n In li the hookworm hOkwom di disa nuy
be olierkrd olierkrdThe lierkdThe frkld frkldTh mY
The Th mYtlng oh 1mg u II > he Ih idea Ii fl of < f Pr O W V A AApleMt I IAprlegat IApJIf
Aprlegat ApJIf I chief rhle hursvon hUrtn of 1 f the Ihelutla Southern SouthernRailwAV outhrnRailway i 1
Railway RUlf SiiicaonGeneral 1111nCrl Wynwn of ofth oftt ofthe
th tt the United lnlt Kutr Hll Puhhn Ilhlin Health Ialh and MA MArjpe MarJ2CJlopJt4t 1 1teJINIJI
rjpe rJ2CJlopJt4t JIosplUl Service rvl 1v1o will Issue e the Ih f sum 11m summoi J I
teJINIJI
roons 11 moi for 1h the theconferenee conference nrrne I
am vi W o nir nirMtrhlitn P 1 IF r I 111 trl JCIT JCITfllchtsan T TMI
Mtrhlitn MI hlln Ulslrlrl IIlrlri Altarne re O 451 > < Hell HellPrmrcnte 11 hellrrorctite
Prmrcnte rll If I If J t ril rilBiTTU fl flll rdRani
BiTTU ll nL CHEKK 1rK Mich lch May M 3D i Min Minister dintiter Iia Iiat ¬
titer t who wbf serve lr wine we tn their congrega congregations cgr cgrtlo congregatlofls ¬
I tions tlo will wil herifl bfOr r be I cliwwd cl a boot booll bl bootljger
l ljger gers in I dry Calhoun Ihm county Mllat sccordinu sccordinuto Cring Cringt
to Prosecuting Howard Cay Cavanwhs Caytth
t PrOllil Attorney Ulm InWrd Cy Cyh
anwhs tth h a aantxincement lmnul mPt today tod
Trie Th MM 1ImIt m nt Is I trade llde following folowinl the thaApplirntlcHi Ih IhApl theppltrcttou
ApplirntlcHi Apl ton ot n 1 M tftlh11 Iarehl r lvil clergyman rlra for fora fn
a doctors < nlo prmoriptioii prrtll to ii enable < lhlft him to tobuy If tobuy
buy hu mm fmmunlnn mmunInn m union wine WiO local opinion opinionrnakr npnicrmalies
rnakr mk no cicrption ulon in the use us of fpnio wine wloacr wi a acr
cr al alholc alcoholic Mh lic leverage 1II the Ih Prosecutor lrlOr lrlOrUinn ProsecutorinIca
tbinlcs inIca and an n nhg < > lhlng lhilll stronger r than IID grape umpejuice grapejuice
Uinn rp
juice ul gee g hemfter hemfterHat h JIr JIrII
Hat II In California lfoml and a rlnna trlnaAt rlnna8if rlln
8if 51 At K 11rllt FIuNrIecn Jl > frlco May fY SO l This T was waatha wubMt wastb
tha hottest bMt day dy m California rIUoml and ni Arizona Arizonaia MIV
ia i many Ir years Y8 This 11 mercury mr ry reached ht n ndegrees t 10degrvee
degrees d in l the th shade hrl at I noon no hut dropped droppedto drp
to t at lt at night nllht nigtttwith with lh cool el breezes b Through Throughout Tr ¬
out o this Ibl State HItf And Anxona ral rtvna high hot hotr hotthr hotweather
weather r thr < her marta IrknPprt were reported Here nlrr are areA area areAt
a afl
A At SMmento rmOt inf ti degrrrs at t San Sani Sn SnI MnJo
I Jot Jo i degrees II at Il Ke Ilt lied Ic BluC BIlC fflu ion 10 de degrees d dlrf iigrate ¬
grate lrf a Freeno ff 1 1 K drgrees r at Prumix PrumixArt Phl PhpnizAr
Art Ar f m II degrees dir a at t iiims 1lm Aria nz rz 120 120fatr t tdl 120flee
fatr dl + 4 flee n tHgnesl k < ht nrrvtoiiN lvl raoorl raoorlin frl frlI
in I l i im me imdegree a I lii dI1 degrees in July in inltllle Ir IrInll lilaItIIle
ltllle Inll rlrl Gr rtraonrd fW In I Mill I Rare RarePtt Mapaj
Ptt P A n aj I Uy 3 v > Whlla Whl pick pickiag pkkI picktg
iag I rtiwei w ft ttin shot ia couM Mlk Jmn Jf her herKill herlt1l
Kill 1 mpn nip4 ip i i in II < l ifiralifiE Irllie ndier ndierft nlderaraes Idin IdinJ
ft raes f VnifluM I BI ns 7 year y nM nk fell fellinto I fy41ntti I III
into J II a null 1 rum ra luday ami ald wa w drowned rlraM rlraMfr
Her fr i idv < v w wa f iml 1 u I mile 011 from Irlm thf Ih thespn po < I Iwbrr I Ih Iwhre
wbrr h th h Utni utad < 1 1Th n nThe nlilt J
The Th Hall 11 Mrerl I Ktenlns KtenlnsT M Mn niC CI CIThaal1
T Thaal1 > aH n Mett tn Billion hln > f tTHp TH THKO THf lTtpfl lTtpflv7 n tll
KO ft v7 cenuinit lln aN H the Ih tl Hwmcw n new W rs and andIh andthi nl
Ih t stbckaiHl tfk Aud lund no 1111 itton to i the Ih cl clof eIse eIseof l lor
of the th market t Th T dOni lom lnernj niiotatlons niiotatlonsceJudmc qoettroeludin lotaUo
ceJudmc eulll eludin te U bid amlsiker and 1 a asiM Pffri Plt with withadditional wih withaid
additional allln aid itnal nevi ni rie mat mitPI I I p Mr rr miiMlnedalsa miiMlnedalsaR tl h I
l R t t ths e nlglit flCIt Hai IWr n t THE fvcrnxo Eu VLcucu Hvx 8
Iiurnu Jusln fg mtg O Ole OleCaterer
Caterer for o ever OT 40 r rDAINTY tars iearDMNTY tarsDAINTY
DAINTY ELEGANCE HrpGANCE in inService il ilSnlce inService
Service Snlce of TEAS TEASAT TEASAf TEASAT
AT HOMES HOMESlaJ and WEDDINGS WEDDINGSDISHES WEDDrNGSUI VEDDINGSQU4LITT
QU4LITT UI LIT DISHES DISHESComount 1 Ih1ESCmmisI Ni II ES ESc
Comount c u UI us lor lorCHinutn or orIstimitri <
I CHinutn ill anj al n1 turMi UIiL UIiLi JftIIIfIL JftIIIfILBroidway i iBroadway
Broadway dway at 21t hl hlI St StMOTORBOATWLAKB6ALB StI
i
I MOTORBOATWLAKB6ALB MOTORBOATWLAKB6ALBMA MOTOR MOTORBOAT BOAT RIES RIDES LAKE GALE GALEIE
MA VK IE riCK VIe 1 i Krn mtl > Krnrim IIR IIRnr VOlt VOltririt I IIalft
rim nr nit I ii s 1 Ii n I t mnr mnrNtsrlnlKrMii i nnrNiarlill
Niarlill NtsrlnlKrMii Ialft Irni UnFelt Pftr1 fer Mrtrlaad 1lfrlU and andHaa anl andHas
Has n Inle tnt term MI Thai 111 Srarly frt Feuu Feuuilrrrd 1 r rilered
ilrrrd Irr lisa Ill I ttprm lpri Oar Oa Mgbt Iah In Inefltarrrn I I IRmn a attlarrvn
efltarrrn Rmn Islet Breached Irrnlbf1 b bCUTLSt > Watrs WatrsCIEVKLANU flaeaCEEtEzaD
CIEVKLANU CUTLSt May y W SI Hiorm tllrm to lo tossed ed on ontrie oafk onLake
fk trie rIe l from fr Hundav afternoon aUool till tillhit tl tillthis
hit Ihi noon non except 4 pt for a night Illhi of drenched drenchedtinhappin crnchl tirencliedunhappin
tinhappin In the Ih lea I of an n l IAId and one oneof fle fleof
of the Ir Sitter M group IUI and nd utterly barren barrenix bren i I Iil
ix il mm ml menon on tbe tbewy I way from trm Detroit toCleie toCleielaud t toClerelaud
laud laul in a motor mlor boat finally 6nl got Iot to Toledo Toledoj Tolto Tolto1lh
j 1lh I Ihit uooii non the l cia l il got CI to 11 Cleveland lIIeland late lateI 11 11Ihl
I this afternoon dlfnon b I train Irall In lime tm for the theopening theopening
opening of the IhlnnI1 annual bow of the Ih Hermit HermitClub HermitClub mi I
Club filb in lie Ih Opera llnitsa tints tonight lomgblIt
It wa wa to get It to Cleveland for the Her Hermit Ulr Ulrmi tiermit ¬
mit mi Club Cilb how ho from frl a Yale 1 le alumni meet meeting mtinl meeting ¬
ing inl in Detroit Dlrol that Ih five VI or the party Iarlytpilld ac accepted cccepted ¬
cepted the te invitation Invilllion of Albert Albrt > flowen flowentrraiurer Oowel lowentreasurer
treasurer of the Cleveland Cltln1 Builders Buid Sup Supply 81ppllompaT 8iipply ¬
ply pllompaT Company to dare lr th the trip Iril down dowl the thelake lb I 1
lake Ik in hi his new n 41 foot fot motorl nlotOtlli niotortioct > oat Speed Speedjai t SpeedjaL
jai The Th rive 11 n wIth Mr Ir lowen on were wereiH r I II
H H I Moore IOfII Jr vic vIcepresident preident of th the I IKepulilic Inphlc IRepulilic
Kepulilic nphlc Belling lllnll Company lompnJ Cleveland ClevelandWilfrril CIland CIlandWlf1 lereIan4WHited
Wilfrril Wlf1 Sarger flr an a attorney tornY of Cleve Cleveland Cn Cnnd CI CIland ¬
land nd Chester Nin K 1 Rrook Rrh of Clevrlsnd ClevrlsndD ClnndDn
D Dn Dan n Ryerson of Chicago lbIO o and nd Jama Jm C CBrooks l lBrk CBrooks
Brooks Brk of Cleveland ClevelandThe leyelantlThe
The Tll voyagers oyallr put UI out 011 from the Detroit DetroitRiver 1lroi DetroitRiver
River RVr Sunday SllId afternoon tlrnon They TIY were1 were1delayed w wdf111 were weredelayed i
delayed df111 so 1 0 that it was nearly dark Irk when whanthey wh whIhtY whenthey
they came rmp into the open tll lake 1 A gale galefrom galefrom 1 1from
from the we west t roughened rol the surface surfaceThe alrfn surfaceThe
The helmsman continually tntnllU whirled hlrlft the thewheel Ihewh1
wheel to 0 put the small m1 veel square urft on onto onto
to the Ih huge blCI waves wnl Skipper RIIPII Cowan o owen owenthojht i ithought i iIbouaht
thought nf If turning IlIrnlnl back bk into IMroili IMroiliharbor I
harbor br 1111 iut the h heavy hpV sea made il 111m 111m1Ihlt Im Impossible Impossible ¬
possible 1Ihlt so 1 th tb the HpeMiJax waa wa held hll to1 to1her to toher 0 0hr
her course OIr Each Nfju ealp ae drenchel drf I1 the Ih
I passengers palsenEerLJust < i iI I
I palr Just at t dusk tl a blur on tn the th lake was wassighted wassighted a aIlhr
sighted Ilhr It pro prv1 proved ml U 1 to > be land lnd when whenthe whetthat h hIf
the If motor mr boat ran In clc ciO doe enough to dis discern I II IIcern ¬
cern Cr its Ia outlme outi oiiUi Skipper klpJr flowen Owfln worked workeduntil world worldlall wltPtluntil
until lall his h craft cf was In the Il lee la of the lb island islandIn iD
In a drench dnc of rain III which whcb came cm m up I in r rsquall eiiquall
squall 111 an n anchor anror was wa made md to grip <
The T navigator n ialor hungrycold hun hungry < rr oll cold drenched drenchedto drnchld rp I
to ti 0 the II skin took lok stock tok Only cold NI hum humbread hI hamliread
bread hrd and nd some f cheese ch sandwiches andwlc went wentaboard Wr weresbord
aboard abr In pair pll they visited vlelm the Ih shore shoreItn shoreIn
tn tC find he Ih tiland Iln barren and Ald atitiand il dfN dfNI rltd rltdI
I and nnl hopeless hOJ a as a haven bUrnI
j I They devoured dnuur the Ib sandwiches anib dromied dromiedtill tiropwilstill
till tinulhfr another anchor lachor then to II team if i the theSprrdjax Ih IhHpjl theSpeedjax
Sprrdjax we WI drifting drfnll they IhHII lb put a bntrm bntrmashore lintemashore nlm nlmhor
ashore Hpjl hor Th Te The six ail slept IP as a brat bI they Ih could couldIn HII I IIn IIn
In their Ih lr wet w clothes clolh aboard hr tba Ib bout boutIight hIlaht bntlight
light laht was wC11 greeted with llhah a shout It I proved provedto Ir
to tie b the Ih moon moonTbe muonTh moont
t The Th long night passed 1 and nd the Ih party fxLrt fxLrtI
j I voted to continue elnu the tl trip I despite th lh pny pnyI high hig
I I I aesa MJI A life lf nrmervrr frvr lieinnv hfrnl the th Imtil hnl I
I name had hd haen tn washed away and lld they theyrather ti Ihyrather 1 1rther
rather feared fu1t it I would b found rmmr and pW twos twosa iu iua
a were report Ip I lost r that the Ih boat ht and Its ia paiwengfr paiwengfrwere flf peiwengrswere
I But Ril the Ih battle ballwilh with wit the seas A proved too looi 10
i much muh Just off o PulmBay PUIin y Island rrv 110 the the8pedjax Ih Ih18rI theI
I 8pedjax turned lurf and nd fled I into Toledo Toledoi Too TooI
i 18rI fighting atnl1 all the t way a but blt aided aid hy ly the tb wind windA ind indA
A train lrn brought rllbt the Ihl party Irly on tn rlvr rlvrland tiayland
land landir ld ldIrMUI landlrtlTIS
ir IrMUI lrtlTIS ISTV HKItt STRIhf rf IflV IflVilrl i if U UWrl I 1 1Girls
ilrl Girls < In Seirral 4r url < rral Nhep NI n Out Because 1u of ofllrgrd o oftIlrgtd
llrgrd lfd > 11lo lIIlea loo ef 1 grrrmrnt grrrmrntThe errmfh errmfhI grempntsThe
I The Th Waiatmakers WIlmkr Union UnIOI which had hadn
a cpectacutar > lacular strike Ilrke sore In time 1m ago 10 in inwhich I II inI
I which Va Vaaur vr ar girl graduate IIrad 11 I woman womanmuTragiits Wotmintuifragistis on onlur
muTragiits lur < il and olnera oln took tok pert hy lyalllg lyalllgIrkl acting actingas
as strike Irkl pickets IitI some 1m of the Ih amateur amateurpickets amleur amleurI aniatelirI
I I pickets pickt being inl arrested arAI ha hat < begun hltll lo lostrike InInk tostrike
strike Ink again The T first lt strike Irlk ended 111 hy hymoot h1tt bymost
moot tt of the 11 striker Irik returning rlumn < to work workand workand workand
and giving < up the Ib strike by 11 other nick nuking Ik IkI nickhog ¬
hog I agrrrmrnta a < fmmta without wihout reference pf1 lo 0 the theunion Ih IhImfn theimlon
conditions conditionsThe union Imfn ndltnn ndltnnTh and n1 the lh ml II going < onll back ck under union unionconditions Inlln Inllnndltnn unionconditions
The Th nw strike In are 1 Ainst team iOII alluded alludedvloktlions AU AUloJUo allegedIoItiona
vloktlions loJUo of the Ih union agreement and andthe anoIhII11 andthe
the IhII11 alleged cutting cltnl of wngrt I Thelargmt Thelargmtmnkes Th The lrct lrctlrlH largt largtstrikes
strikes lrlH reported IPJI yecterday yt rr wera at the thefsetoritHi Ih Ihfaclrt thefactories
factories faclrt of Hollow 101w A Perfciw Prll 1 lfl 2 and al 121
Wnoster street Inl end n Grenilierg Wriner Wrineri
lnpr lnprI
k t n I 42 and 41 nouster 1tr street again againalleged alinl alinlI againstelleged
alleged I reductions Itnllnln In wsf C a Thastnkers Thastnkersh Th The Thehe trk trkVI
<
h he va VI entablithed Ihlhld headiiuarteni INdlllrl nt Clinton Cintol
Hall nl IJI I I Clinton lnlon street streetlu lrl
10 lu fH nnoiK 1m 1 in I It if 11 11Iulru rn tOU rnW
W t liullrrrr Iulru lion Wlhr Parr rr In llrainns I b bi t tn >
n i M I n llnlfs ni Machine MsrhtnrWilliam 1hln 1hlnIIIm MachineWilliam
William IIIm X 1IIIr1 iiitlerre a l rolier hmk > jn 1 vjr vjroli ears earsoW I
oli of H2 We WI t Kixhtyniih tilhIJflh striw r1 wa warun witrun a arn
run rn over Isil night Illht by an ar automobile alllrhf Im ImInngmic 1 1lonll Isianging
Inngmic lonll lo W V s i Bull II ol iW k VVmt 1 tlll tlllao ltitI ltitIavenue n nonue
ao avenue onue a as he h wa crowing n Hroadwny
ro < i Iat iat
at KUhtytlfth trbtYllfh street I Louis Lul ckerman ckermanof
of ff X ZI > I Spat IMl IIt street sac > driving dlvln the Ih Ihr Sbcar
car r and n1 wa alone in it I Both 10h1 of Mr r I I111I
Ptirrr 111I legs I < ware wfe broken brokf
The Th injured injur man wa picked Plclt pic ¼ ei up by h Dr DrStafford
I Stafford SIfor Smith Nmlh of y s Went W est Klchtyfotirth uI I Istreet IIfh Istreet
street Ifh who cared rrld for lum Hi Ii unndition Iiwn
11 I is Mrion MrionYeung serious seriousI seriousTang
i lln llni llnue
I Tang ue School hool Trarhrri Tflhrr Kolrlilr KolrlilrJulia akkll
Julia Jula Hrrtel If rtel a young 10lll school Ihollch teacher in inPublic InPlblc inPtitIk
Public Plblc School hol hool 4H 4 stayed si her h home
1 4J7 42 Inion llon street Brooklyn IroklYII yrstrrlay YNIrly YNIrlyI I i
I while whl her father ftr Anton alon and anr her mother motherwent
I went n to f see ea the Ih parade INra Her I younger yotingersister I
I sister 111 Barbara the went Wft out on I Innl long > ng ounlr Island flodWlh Islandwith
I with Wlh a young ounl man When Wh the Ih HerteU IrtI I Il i
l i got Iot home they Ih found 1011 Julia dead I in the theUthroom Ih IhIlhrm thebathroom
bathroom Ilhrm She Hh Shehad hail killed kl1 klIlelhpralfwth herself hr with gs gsi It Iti gas gasThe
i i The e only motive motv ber h mother InolJllr ouM OIr think thinki
i of Trat jralausy of her sister Barbara rhara
i I who wh wa w then Ihl in the company of the same samyoung I Iyoung
young Yllll < man earlier who had ha cmlnT muriel tlrl Mist 111 tam llertell llertellt t1 t1o Jiertel Jierteltwo I
t two o yam Y61 urUe
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IT TAFTSALUTBSTH TAFT AF SALUTES TH TilE 6ARJBN 6ARJBN4nOTIIKnS G A AR H MEN MEN1FTrnt MENIFT11IXi
1FTrnt IFT11IXi 4nOTIIKnS UO 4 nTIW orlikn Ulffl Ulfflin 11
in I HIM 1 f 11 v rut 711 mint mintTbe inisiThe mnI
The rrrtlilmt Mrtens frk MrmerUl 1morl1 May MayParadr 1 1r DayParade
I Parade r at Ihr th NeMIrn 1111n and Nallsr NallsrMsnumrnl NaltqsMsnuutrut ttl ttlI
I Msnumrnl Iumll 5OOOO 20 MrHi 11 II IIAliooi I ItAhotsi
Aliooi 1 lmm IOt ArrChll hl narNiinhen narNiinhenj liar r Nun hn hnI herPresident
j President Predtnt Taft reviewed rYlewe the tlf Memorial MemorialDay f morill morillOl
I Day parade prde of o the Ih Grant Olnd Army yesterday yesterdaycoming ytrty
I coming from frm Washington hlnln jMpecialty Jly lo lohonor tohonor
honor hoor lbs veteran vlttran 1udrr the Ih trees 1 of oflUvereid orIUYeld ofliIveriid
1 lUvereid Drive Orve at t the Ih Soldl Hdlf Soltlins rn and andSalIors nd ndSailor ndKlol
Sailor Klol Monument lolnell lb the President Prllenl watrhed watrhedW whe wheI
I W m men n and nd boy b bo swing Ine pact pt but tlI there therewra I Iere therewere
were ere only unl a few more lorf than Ihll lisa 101 of the Iheveteran Ih Ihnlrn theveterans
veteran In a line lineIt lne lneI Pin PinIt
It I had ha been ba many nr a I day since Ill a Prod Preidsnt Pr Proddent
dent of the thl Cnitrd lnitll fitateo ItalP tatee reviewed rulwl a aMemorial aMemorial
I Memorial Yllmri1 Dar Da parade Jrd fn this city and audthe andiii nd ndIh
the Ih headquarter staff al sta of the Ihe 0 1 A R Rwent I Itwent
went lu great I t pain pln to I make mk the Ih spectacle spectaclenf pcc pectaclof
nf 0 unusual unuul Interest Ilt and nt iropreestwnses iropreestwnsesThey Imll ImllTe lnmpresieeneeThey
They Te were r favored fo11 by tharming halllinc weather weatherwhich weatherwhich ther j jwhih
which whih wan w not warm enough to t exhaust exhausttbe lllht I
the th old soldier Ild and nd which attracted atce aa aaimmense IUII anImmense
immense II crowd twd li II to > th the line In of march marchAt mrcb mrcbAI
At lean I looon 110 l NK > > ple were near enough enoughto noul noulto
to the th President lo watch him a as he hetainted b balllld beatitd
tainted alllld the lb battle btl flags fja t1s and not less I than thanlOOiniwera th thlOtll thanjOOloiwere
lOOiniwera lOtll r gathered Ihr in II Riverside nrd Drive Dv DvI
I from to
Seventysecond street Ninety Ninetyfirst IOt IOtI
I first firstTbe Tbe ni Th GAR I A R took tk charge Lrl of the Ih Prod President J Proddent ¬
dent dfl a soon 1 a be arrlwd nn in Manhattan Manhattanfrom Manhattanfror hatn hatnI
from rrr hi h his private oar cr Plymouth PyrQh In Com Communlpaw Cla Clamunpw Comamtrnipcw ¬
I munlpaw munpw The T Fourth Troop Tp of Squad Squadron Nld Nldr ¬
ron r 4 wa waiting ailnc for Mr > r Taft Tat In front frontof fral
of hit brother Henry r1 W V Taft Tat bouse bo in inWe Int inv4st
We v4st t Fortyeighth street trm The Tll cavalry cavalrymen cvary cvarymtn ¬
men with lib their ItfT blue hut and ad yellow Iow uniforms uniformsand laloml lalomlnd uniformand
and nd their IMIr yellow low topped wpod busbies lubi aie a apnt ci a apretty apretty
pretty pnt good < o show low In themselves IbllllvN so 1 there therewaa tr tra therewas
was a a fair sited crowd cowd in West W Forty Fortyeighth Fortyeighth
eighth Cbh street watching atla the lh cavalrymen cavalrymenThsre cvarymea cvarymeaTn zvairymeaTbre
Thsre Tn wa n cheer r when tn the Ih Presidents lkesldentaaitomnoiile Idml Idmllomchl
automobil lomchl appeared aln in the I street lirl and andMr andMr ad adIr
Mr Ir Taft showed aho hi h his smiling Imil face r Ueiit UeiitKmerson IJntmtrn fiiiiEmerson
Emerson tmtrn Newell commanding Nmma luf th the troop troopsnapped Iro troopemiapped
snapped out a command cmmand and nd the Ihl sabre sabreof satwesor I Ior
or Ihe lroo troopers Ir > ers flashed fae In lh the > sunlight sunlightas nUct nUctIh
as a they Ih saluted alll lh President PresidentWith Pdfni PdfniWilh PresidentWith
With the President Idmt wa w C apt pt Arctil Arh Arcbibald
bald I Willln Wililnghm llnchm ham De D I Oraffrnreid Oraland Butt 111 hi himilitary himitar his hismilitary
military mitar aide Idl and ld an n automobile alilomhie load loadof lo loador
or secret < I service rin men me followed lolowl the Ih Preal Prealdenf Irl Preusiilents
denf nt car Cr Henry W Taft Tf the Ih Prod President 1 Proddent ¬
dent dtt brother hmt r wa w waiting alinc for him hln him on onth o onthe
th the steps stepsHello a top topHeUo
Hello 1Uo a1Uo Harry aid lid the Ih Prvddent 1f dnt1 dnt1ho a ahi At Athu
hi ho stepped IrPI out 0th of too Ibo auto autoHello autohleHo Ulo UloUlo
Hello Ulo Bill lil said Henry IIar W giving hi is
brother a hearty handshake handhakeIn hadh I
In lee I < than half hAl an hour bI < lr ten George GeorcII rc
II I loud i chairman carmn of the I Orand Urlld Army Armyreception Arm1rlption Armyreception
reception uommitlm Jmmll arrived ar to escort escortMr trt trtIr escortMr
Mr Ir Taft 11 to the Ih Sherman thmn Square ar Hole HoleThe lIolt HoleTb
The 1h President Pidfl a auto aut and the secret service servicedetachment servicedetachment rvic
detachment fell in behind the
dlchmft bhDd Ihludn IhludnUOI Squadron SquadronX
X troop w whil which hirh headed bI for Sherman ShermanSquare MbermanPkiusrsI hl an anKur
Square Kur at alI a bri bi brisk k < Wt WtU NiIbf rut rutAt
U the Ibf hotel I Ift the fie Preujenl Irihnl wa rronved rronvedby r Vd Vdhy
by Ihe Ih Old Guard Oanl ehtli hjrh rh had l been > een aj ajpolntrtl i iw >
1111 polntrtl w > inlrd < hi his official nlM1 escort t fur Ihe I II parade paradeFifty paradellfIy ad adty
Fifty of the Ih guard IUlld in il their Ihlr rrfani rau 11 tail oulored wiurtll tailored
ored coats 01 blue l trousers Irol and a1 nii rnormuubrown rnormuu m noymouabrown > mul
brown busbies 11 > were w lined Inld up I ii at the Ih curb curbThey nirlrhey ub
They rarrd r 1 oh i faslitoneil fIIOI muskets muoketnwith mukl musketswilts I
with wlb wnitti they li nalutnl 1 the President Presidenta 1ldMI 1ldMIa
a as < i hr h entered the Ih hotel ht1 Having laiu deliv delivered ellv tle4lvseed ¬
seed 11 Mr frlal Iaft lu hi his official omlal escort rl the theSquadron the1drn theSquadron
Squadron Irooprr IrJ minted lulf1 the Ih lSe PI1 Ppi4 I
I dent eal again and nd gallo galloped < > e < 1 off Q to take Ilk their theirparade tbirIlarlllfl theirItetate
parade ItetateI ixwiuon ixwiuonTlie pOliUn pOliUnI
I Tlie n delegation dlcalln which greeted v lr
Taft at t the Ih hotel 111 wa a numpoM nm nmposed d of Con on
I grrscmrn pml lUnmet Iknfl Ooldfogle Oldloll Olqotl qit and andlotibten nd
Ootilden ollln Boroiijih Brulh President lfdft George Or Mc Mci McAneny Ic Ici
i i Aneny AnIY Brig 8r101 RrlgGn Gen Walter WI Howe lIo com commanding tomtnaMing m mmndiac ¬
manding the b Department 1 rtmfl of the lh th Haul HaulMajorOen fI fIlaJor IastIajorGn
MajorOen laJor DanM Pn 1 F F l Sickle kl Itia Itri tjg J
n Gen Anion AnAn G 1 JnCook ok I Hora horace lor sot Porter iWlrrThomas Irl PorterThnias
Thomas II Hul Ilbbr hubbard > Dard John T l Uickman f lockinananul ANklDan ANklDannd
i and nd Nicholas Slllla W Day Col 01 John J 1Cook M I ICook < y
Cook Lot John Jacob Jar ar J A Astor ior lx louis > ulStern ulSternand SII Steth Stethsad
and nd John D 1 Cnmmn rimmn Mr Ir Taft rhuok rhuokhatuis ithuokhaunt hok hokhUl
haunt hUl all 11 around and nd converged no for half halfan hl halfan 1
an hour hur with the Ih r reeptlon > ption tlon committee committeeThe fmndt rimnhittreThe
The ThlIldtt Preoldrnt left the I hole lo lolhlnuc lolhlnucof the tnii tnuc tnucof ic icof I
of Hail 1il to the thl thief bief hl with ilb which hlch the theOld Ib IbOld
Old Guard Gulland band played Iylll lum lii m to t I be renew renewing 1 1In reviewtug
tug In stand In at t the Soldier Nldie and Saikis Sail i n nMonument i
Monument Ionumft Mr Ir tall 11 was asa Inc a little lte latej
to the Ih schedule In
according acrdinl ille getting cltwr gettingthere i ithere
there Ih It I was 1111 ID A M 1 when wbt h he showed showedup t I
up u and nd the Ih dlvi nllvislona Utlon lon of the 1 parade wrre wrregetting wpgettIn
getting side Itlno street streetA streetsA r risttrw trw 11f where h they waited wie In the Ihl theside I Iside
A K Ild solid > lirt sluarus 1a iiar of l ralice > oiit ll kept Ilt clear the thespacx Ihf1 Ihf1J thespat
spat J In front frnt ol the 111 reviewing Avillnll Mand Mandand staniland 1n1I
and I Iav icare avp another Inartive corpus Of the thebrilliantly Ihehrlallly thebrilliantly
brilliantly hrlallly uniformed In iorm eteran In lorn lorpa of ofrtillery 0 0rti ofrtiiiry
of the Ih War tlrl
rtillery rti sr of HI a chance rhanoto
to 1 usher ahl the Ih President fidtl in If his hi seat t The Thepolice Th ThpnlC Thelce
police pnlC lce epic WI very busy all 11 Ihnmeh the thaparade thf theparade
parade ln Inspector prctor Richard Rlcar Ihlc Wal Walsh Ih Ihm h wa wain wasSn
p in onmrnand mmrnd and hi h kept t a close n eye on onUii fn fnI onthe
the I IVetfrteW 1ldlll Wherever Wh Mr fr Tall went wentWalsh mt mtValsh ft ftWllh
Walsh fOrmed rl a blue blle square lar around aroundhim aroundhim run runhim
him and nobody n could rll g get t through Ihrol h that thatsquare thatequal
square ur w ithout very special credential credentialJuntoMr credentialJuitausMr < 011 011Jul < 1
JuntoMr Jul M fr Taftloomed Tlt lome pl Inthestandlhe Inthestandlheaiirs In Ihuland Ihl
aiirs IIIla of the seoul lt cruwer UIr Balem sm anchora nrofJ nrofJIn i iin I Iin
in the North orth River ltivrof1 off 01 Kightynmth fcbITn nlh airrrt I I i
II let gii it < I with ih the Ih first Irt hangings nclp of o the Prod Prnndrntisl Pl Prodilentiat I
drntisl nalute down
dllt1 1 Away the Ihf Drive Drl Drjy1th i iihn Ith
ihn th band lrgan lo 0 play ply and the wind windr windcarriel
r OariJ carriel rri i the th gruff If voices 101t of the b parade paradimi parademaritliala
mi mlrla1 maritliala r h a Is and ld their captain a Al aus they pra got gotthi gotthe I IIhl I
the columi under Indr Fay and an < moving mYiC to toward 10wan toward
ward the President PresidentMr
wan
Mr Ir Taft Tr had lima to took lk around aolld and an1enjoy nd I I i
enjoy a very vr pretty IrPty picture before ore the thehead II thehesri
head h of fr the Ih parade got t ie him As A far farI tarIll
up n tad ad down dow Ih the Drivn frh CI an a onn on could fll fllthe pee srethe peethe
the stands tnd and n1 sidewalk
were wf maser m of ofcolor ofrlr ofcolor
color rlr Ierha lrhapa > twothird wolhlr of the crowd crowdwrre rowsierre
tfl tWI tWIWf
wrre Wf women wome and nd they Ib wore orft their gayest gayestgown gaytgowns
gown wn B Besidisu idan M ther Ihe w wet ra an a mormoua mormouaquantity forml eaormouaquantity
quantity fualy of pretty lrfI girls Ilrl in Immediate Immediateeyeshot Imm immediateyeshot ltl
eyeshot and n they tbe crUlnly dldn t spoil the thaview Ih Ihviw theview
view The Thestatul stand Iald Itself ir ltselfwajs wa a length pl of red redwhite redwhite
white hilllnd and blue bIu set in green 11 Thl The fh beauty beautyof re
of fade fal the Ih trees I added adde materially to the spec speclacle apecfade p
The 1e President Phft appeared alJre to be b keenly I
interested in hw hi hi aurroundings As Al A soon soonan soonAR
In
an thn Tb head h of the column clumn a file 61 of four fourI ronrIrlme fourtrafTh
I ruffle Irlme squad 111 policemen IliOmt the tallest IIt in inthe InIhltll Inthe I
the Ihltll department > rlmll came mft up near the Ih stand alndIhll standthe
the President Prlidft arose rO He H remainedtand remainedtandIng nomilll remained stand standlug
lug Inl for all 11 of the th two hour hour that it Ilnr toot tootthe tt ttth toj tojthe
the th parade to pam pamINIirw psesIalIcu
INIirw 11 liut lIflln lieUteflafltIDe p nanllDava McCarthy YcCny led leda
a detachment dlhfnt of mounted monU policemen policemenfine nolkemenno
fine nnelokln no looking man f and a hon h hones i and pllln plllnnnelokln the t Pied Pieddent I Ient
dent ent smiled mii approvingly ppinll Down Dw the thedrive lb lbdrivI thedrIve
drive drivI one could culd catch tath glimpse < lm of a sway
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ALFRED BEMAMmCosTailormadecloihas BEMAMmCosTailormadecloihasSuits BENJAIIIN Cos Tailormadeclothesj TailormadeclothesjSuits
I Suits at 18 1 8 20 22 25 25Convincing 25Convincing I I
I Convincing Convincng examples of our contention cntention that it is possi possible pssi possit ¬ I
I I ble to offer ofer Correct Crec Dress Dcs For Men at moderate morate cost costWhy costWhy
I II
Why have your outing apparel appare made to order orderYour orderj
I Your size 51Ze is here hereready ready to wear I
rn
I Iln In forest of bayonet h10 The nt nun un then thendVuxllngly alwr I
dVuxllngly dl 11 un n ih 1llh1 iol1ihcd > oll hed metal Ilal and andg antigot4 n I
g cM got4 M trappings trappingsTh l pip
I Th n lb 1rfkfcnt lknt ralMxi 1s hi bl his hat In salute salulalu llt I
lu Ib III ftn ll flag mil nd lira two battalion taloh of ofoa oft ofuMsi
< oa uMsi l Artillery from the h harbor hrbor fort fortiindar fortll0r fortstinder
r IIry
tinder ll0r the lb command cmmaad uf Lieut Wlut l eut Col I bPhilhlts U UPhilllm
Philllm went tnt by eye left Cot 01 Phillips Phillipsand Itllllband
Phill Ih
and ad lii Ii oftV utflter n Minted f IIIN th tl hs fnwldent fnwldentwiththoirnwonK rlell rlellwih p Ihlll etdent etdentwith
f
withthoirnwonK wih with their swords The le trim bin hi and ud red rrduniform reduiiilfori
uniform 1lorl of wr th the regular artillwrymen ri1na anti amitb antithlr r nd ndtbolr
tb tbolr thlr ir perfect prrlt t marching mrhlnl Ir draw d round rll ad after afterround Irter Irtertld Afterrutilid
round tld uf applaii pII from fum the crowd crowdThe crwd crwdaloftlalld crowdThe
The sailor ailor aloftlalld and marine IMri from frm UM II us New NewY StWYork ew ework
Y York ork rk Navy a Yard Vr In II Brooklyn were wr wetwestwcl wetwestwclally e i 111 111Ily > cl clully
ally liked There were wereI weretwo <
Ily Ikfl by the hi spectators lwn Thr Wfr Wfrtwo
I two wo battalion of them under Ueutenanl UeutenanlCommander lolllnal lolllnalCmmnder iAetltenantCommander
Commander Cmmnder blalon W M Ibm Falconer uner The T nr flui4 flui4httaiiot ftlt ftlthUlo t tIwttallun
Iwttallun hUlo wa was u made mid up acar of men n from frm the thebattleship Ibebtllp thebattleship
battleship Rhode Inland lelnd II Tb Tbbattalion second secondbattalioni od odbt111
battalion bt111 was wuisrromuthecotnEctielit Itn from frm the Ih Connect ulnflut lent flier Tlieywere flierwere y yer
were er a I Jaunty fore for In their spsckless spscklesswhite I peckieemwhit kl klwhit
whit They junt flieywer ty were w offlcer nmcered d by ensign ensignand eml emland enalgueatui
and midxlilpmen InkLhlpm1 who ofM kept kpt tile you Olllld Olllldhu rxnild rxnildbar ouldhave
bar laid li a ruler across arroMalor0u ar acrossMajorGeneral
Malor0u MajorGeneral JOOu1 rsl Charles than llri K Hoe Ro com comntandedlhcnr tm tmId cornInaadedtbeflrstdiyjatonNO
ntandedlhcnr Id InaadedtbeflrstdiyjatonNO InaadedtbeflrstdiyjatonNOLXhad lb rt tdlvUioaNU dlvi 0 N Jaud Jaudbehind J 0
behind bhl him rod Squadron A with Major MajorOUver MjlrOUr MajorOkeer
OUr B Bridgeman re Hllar The 1 old drum drumnoine drumhOl drumboris
boris hOl of tbe tt Bdrma squadron bad a place plc of ofhonor ulhonr ofhonor
honor honr and od Ie he b got ludr applause from frm the crowd crowda ITwd ITwdb
a he b trotted pest lt plu Then n cam I lie robin volunteer yul yult robinteer ¬
cme I
teer t artillerymen alem lrott p the Ilnth Int Provisional ProvisionalRegiment PII ProvisionalRegiment 1 1Itlhaeot
Regiment Itlhaeot Coast Ct oast Artillery rlt Corp COr under undertbe Inr Inrtb tinderthe
the tb rommand of cot William Wllm F Mom Momin Morrisin ori
in plain pliD rna blue uniform unior Cl with red facing fdnC facingsThey
They T marched mrl well U and jIookedasbusIneie jIookedasbusIneielike looked loke r an business businesslike buln ¬
like lk a the Il regular a who ho preceded them themThsrsjras themThryaa i
Thsrsjras Th a bunt blt 11 of cheering pre when hen Ca CI1 Capt CaptJohn > t tJohn
John Jon T F URyan URYI brought brUht cbfrnf the lb First IrIt Battery Batteryput Btery Batterypast I
put Pt the President rldat Mr Taft M seemed > ero d to tolice t tolii
lice I lii the te snappy batterymen Ho nodded noddedhi m
Ippy bterme 10 ne
hi his I bead bd several time The Te Field F td Ilo Ilopltal I lb lbtftSI
m
pltal liitl Medical > td Nnr Corp orl w was the lb next tt to toaalute 10lit tosalute
salute lit the President PresidentAfter PresidentAftor Idtal Idtaltr
After tr the te First rir t Company of the t HII11 HII11C SignsCorps Signs HifflalCorp
Corp C had carried COUplY their cay Ylae flags by the thatandthe tll tllltndt thestandthe
tandthe ltndt fray lry crr Seventh Snnlb Heglment rolled rolledby tll rolledby
by b wllh wlh Iol 01 oP Daniel lel Appleton Irlt atiffly atifflyanluttng tmy timyllutlng
anluttng hltal Kather llt appropriately pprpllel the Her Hevvnths Hv Hvelh Herenthui
vnths elh band bad was playing Put Pl 1 on Your YouiOld YourOd YourOld
Old Od Dray Oy Bonnet Bnnel PYIf which who T Isa a lively Uvt march marchIng mrh mrhInl marchlag
lag tune Tbe T Th Seventh went wt 1y by with withtnaohlne withrnaohtne llh llhmcie
SYlt
tnaohlne mcie like lke precision prlaon the Ih Regiment Regimentwaving Rlllnt Rlllntwaylnl Regimentswaying
waving a am one o on man mn Thf TI Then > n oame 1 the theTwelfth Ih IhI theTweftb
I Twelfth Twrllb Col 01 oh George Otf R Dyers Regi Regiment RII RIIml Regiirent ¬
ment ml 11lne giving a change to I he color scheme schemeThe fl schemeThe
The Twelfth Twtlb cal wa In blue Ilu the tb officers officersunlfornwd ofor oflicersuniformed
uniformed unforn signia signiaCoi lnl lu II black bLck root tl with wit gold in inCol Inlnl insignia
Col William Wllm O Batea Bl Bat led I the lb Seventy fYty
first frt There T waa a smile 1 and nd an al instant innUntbunt Intanlblrt instantbust
bunt blrt of applause applu when wbon the t rau mulo tnulc lo of ofDonnrbrook ofDnafbrk ofDonnybruok
Donnrbrook Dnafbrk Fair floated 10tt up lp the I Drive DriveYou Url UrlTou DriveYou
You didnt d It need heed I to glance n at t the th pro proKrammi Ir progranims
Krammi < rmD to know kao the tb < Mlitynialh Mlynlnlh was waacoming WA wascoming
coming OmiDI Col Col oh lx lui > uia D Conleys o men mtnwith mn mnwllh menwith
with a I swing or their ahoulder totr and andstamp andstamp 1
stamp mp of their thlr fret that lbt made m you 01 wonder wonderwhat woder woderht wonderwhat
what ht would w011 happen hap If they ever Rot their thrirIriah thlr thlrInL
Iriah no noThe UPTII litThe
The TII but detachment dehch t of the Ih Stile KIU nl nlmen ns nsmen I Imln <
men was the Fin Fill > t Battalion BttUo of tlll Naval NavalMilitia a1 a1llll aval avalMilitia
Militia llll commanded cummndl by h C lpl nt Hunwll HunwllRayntr Uu1 11515511ItaynPr
Rayntr Rynfr After they had pawmi there thfIIla I Iwaa Iwas I
was a a wait rl of uls f 11 few minute mlnlt p Suddenly SuddenlyrhrerinK Suddenlycheering
cheering rhrnl began Icn sway down dow tin II Drive Driveand Urlveaod lrlveand
and came m roaring mri up t to the tand 1011 Cant CantJack l CaptJack t tJack
Gh
Jack Crawford Iwford the Ihl veteran tern scout ut with
hi lone lne while whi halt h l streaming 1fllns out 011 galloped gallnpnlI Ilopd gallopedlifting I
I li M lifting Ilne hi his hat bi In Prr Pdft President idMit Taft Tattwho Tf Taftwtup
who returned fturld the wtliite 1111 lapt apt 111 Jack JackWas i iwa I
wa Was drewed In a bwy ahl anil lit of fr pray and andtbe andth nd ndlb
tbe lb national nt0nl khield ai1 wan 1 vmliroiderrd vmliroiderrdon mbri < raTJ
on the ega of hi brerrhr Irb H He charged chargedpad crel chargedrut rr I
pad and nd was ws seen no n more moreMo mor moreMost
JI Mo Most llt t of the Ib tiheormg ob8rlc wa w fur the Ih Grand GrandMrlial Onnd Onindkrsial
Mrlial nll of tbe lb veteran Vt ID Col ol 0 orl George rax K KDowry t 1 1Dewey I
Dowry 0 and hli hi stat talT Ial Col Jiweoh J Ih W WU WIllis V VKill
Kill U was the Ih adjutantgeneral adjltnlIIt 11 and nd rhi cir chief chiefof f fof
of Miff I al and ld behind l hlld him roa oae a half dwr dn duyralist n nl I
l list ol grand lad psnd marshals lnrak Col m Wllliim WIII K KVan En Et Etltl
Van ltl n Wyck Ayck Yl Frederick rtrck I Honafer Hfr OrarRe OrarReA Otrl I
A Drew orw George 111 M > l Harry ILr JoM Joseph op > ph 11 11Uinl Iilotil
Uinl and Simpson illl Hrmfiiirger Irmlmrlr The Theliandi Thlhlnla Tb Tbtwnis
liandi hlnla had hd changed onlld their tunm Ilnf There Therewat Thr Therewas
was no more 11 of If ragtime You TOi heard heardthe hr heardthepetriotle
the thepetriotle plrtc patriotic air 1 that were played Ilay111 in the thertrlfwar II timeclvii
rtrlfwar rtrlfwarThey 111 clvii war warThey r I
They Te made mdft a brave rYl showing hotne for all 111 of ofthrir oftheir I
their Ihlir thin files ff the Ib vei veterans > rani who marehrd marehrdyettrrday mu mullnf nsrchedyesterday
yesterday llnf The 11 t dllturwo 4istance tin la lire they had hd to go gow i iwaa
waa w w ihort abor ho from frol rose Seventythird NfnlYlhln and i 4
Ifevenlyfourth tnlyfOlrh street f to Silyfftlt Silyfftltnd iarlyflrst iarlyflrstI
street and nd the Ib mm 11 wa was kind to 0 them themThey themThey
tem temThty
I They walked wlk with wlh pride pre and glanced llft at ati 1 1tb
i the tb stand lne as if to are how h much attention attentionthey attentionthey UnllonI
they ttl1 were 11 getting Ilial There Tr was WI no ni lack k of ofI ofII
I II There was never lr more mo respect shown hownla aIlw
I la a the Ibl soldiers Ildler of o the te civil cl war I than lb II by bythe 1 bythe
the Ih As
spectator yesterday yltrY post JI after afterpost afllrpt afterpost
post pt stepped plor 1 past ft sometime Iltn only eight eightor
or 0 ten tn to a detachment the 1 cheering chHrlnz win winconstant wtaOSItaIlt
constant OQtal1 and ad demonstrative demonstrativeFirst etnlntral
First came Ir the Ih dandies andi of r the O 2 A R Rcolumn Urlumn Hcoitinin
column rlumn the tnrmliers mfln of John Joln A Ilix IlixFoot 111 111ft hiPost
Foot ft IJi The Th veteran Yltrn ware WI led bv h the Iheenior lb lbnior thenior
nior viracommamler vimlnlflr William Wiim R Willis WillUThey Wii WiiThe WillisThey
They The wore wo white hlft helmet hIII black blk frock frockcoat ffk ffkct frockcoat
coat ct and nd black trouper lrol white sluts III and andwhite ad adwhit andwhite
white whit glove < Io One Oo of orlhem them marched lrhld with witha wlb wlbtlcb
a crutch tlcb One Onl of them tlem was WS as old ol perhaps perhapsaa prbp
aa any ay In the lb line lin Surgeon Surtn Hawell Ktl who is I
J Is ft Another tnothermember member tm r of the pot Jam Jamt
IK t Wendman Wendmanisi is I 87 fl
I I Major Ijo famn Richard Rthar Ksmond mfnd commanded tmmnrll the tb tblt theftretdiy4sionof
I tint ftretdiy4sionof lt division dlin ff of which Lafsyett Lfn Post Pt Ito 140formed IU IUI ItoI
I formed rorf the flr Iftlt firist t detachment dtmeL The mem1 mem1l rm rmlr mernhers
l lr hers < ers wore 0 blue ftoata tt and an whit whlL cluck cluckI cuck cuckItou
I Itou I trousers The Th man nln of Phil 11 Kenrny Poet Iot IotPIMr Postappeared
appeared in their old army cap There ThereWB Thlfllw
PIMr tp
WB w applause Pllu for the J ny I Hiker Rkr and n the theDablgrenPowell thePhinPo1 theDahlgienPowehl
DablgrenPowell PhinPo1 post I and nd for fo the theCameron IhtCarroa theCameron
Cameron Carroa Post 101 which ws was preceded lrft by
Scottish Sluh bagpipers hlftJr in the uniform unton of the theFortyoecomi lb lbFortYlond theFortysecond
Fortyoecomi FortYlond Highlander t < hlnef the BUck BUckWalch Dlck DlckWlch BlackWatch
Watch A massive mIn drum 1lm major mjor ft I fret hwtS
6 utrmfa Im at 1 the head headNaval bedI headNaval
Naval Post Pol Sl Si went II by the Ih President Presidentwith rNd Presidentwith nt ntwilh
I with their tir hand hd on 0 ole Ollf another nolhtr thntil thntilliars shouicira hII hIIi
i liars dn manning mnnlnl the Ih yards a al a salute saluteKarragut Iul
Karragut raraKt Pout I > t gave the Ib President 1ldllt a siml simllr simniPar I Ilr
lr lr salute Occasionally ial in the Ih little ltl com comipanira om ompnl cornpaniru
ipanira pnl comrades cmrrlH supported UpprtN each rh other otheri i I
a as they walked Ikr marching marhlnc hand in II hand handor
or 0 arm n in arm In Sonic Hnl of the veterans veteransware vltrana vltranaf veteranswere
ware f accompanied Imfnied by b theirson thelrn who kept keptolosa keptsloe
sloe 010 at their Ittir dhow 11 A member Itmlr of ofllliara ofVtlhiarn
WIIt llliara 0 Mitch licl hl Pot IOI U I > had hit hitdaughter hi hidulbtr hitdaughter I I
daughter dulbtr with him an n athletic Ihllo girl irl with witha withI
a I firm stride lreI Thaildeu Tdd Steven Po POI POIn Post l lIJJi 1
IJJi n the Ih colored rlor tetoran tlora were fII warmly wumlyappbud warmlyapplauded
applauded There Th were r twelve of the lhaiin Ih IhInUM theIn
in InUM line lineThe UniThe I
The Tl rear rr of the I column olumn was W composed rorapowidof t111
of several verjt rol po posts It t who rode ro in il open car carriage netriagea r rriCM I
riage riCM riagea The Tt members mml > r stood ato up oJn ai they tbeyll theywore I Iwere
were ll driven drivl past pt the President Iid nr and ad sa salutrd MhIti eslured
lured hIti him with wilhpnlon wilhpnlonThe withpreciMon withpreciMonThe precision precisionThe
The Fifth tfh Division ol lo was w the Unlt UnitedSpanish United UnitedSpanish
Hpniab Spanish War Veterans tIfran with wih Col John JohnH Joa
H f Adair Adir as marshal mrhl The T8 band of Theo1 Theo1dare Tbf Then Thendots I
dare dol Roosevelt 10nit Camp went wll by h pUving pl lc I
Therell Thr1 Be B a I Hot lin Time Tinl in i the Ih Old 01 Town TownTonight 10w Iowi IowiTonight
Tonight Tonllhl and It got lt more mOf than lh Ita share shareof alno alnoor
of applause ppl The 1 Sixth lit Division 1110 was the theArmy theAry theArray
Army and Ind Navy Y Union Unio under Ild Col Charles CharlesW Cr CrW
W Brown Jrw It included includft the Ih laMe Gn de delafayetla tieLafayette
Lafayette which wa Wa wss commanded cmald by 17ol tt ttwhich
Col ol Xavier Xa r l eraoine IAoe < A vivlandiere vivlandieremarched riviandlermarched vladlr
marched mrh with wlh the company tJ The Th Hey Seventh Ky KyIlh Heynth ¬
nth Ilh and n Eighth division dliln consisted cnnIP of ofcadets ofmdet oftxdete
cadets cadetsNone mdet txdetefone
None o made md a ann finer showing than lhn the theSra UI thetie
tie > boy 0 from fr the Iht Hebrew nbrw Orphan O Asy MY ¬
lum They Ty were wr In I khaki khki and nd carried carriedboyj cwriirdboil
mite miwkets mk The Th Italian nr
boil bj il Itli organi organisations l orgialsatlonis l lmto ¬
sations mto made me up the th Ninth Inth and ad last It divi division dlt dlvilion ¬
lion i of which wblh the tl marshal mrbl was w James JamesK J JF
F March rb Nothing Nolhlc in I the parade was I
more mr gorgeoua U than lhn March tar r lie worn worneight W0f woneight
eight aM or r ten 1 of o the mo 10t most t brilliant briint color colorand 01
and d carried rld a heavy hen burden burn of gold col and andailvrr andsilver
silver alyn lace l Tbe T red r braiding bnioI of o hia hi hi light lightblue tlt tltblue lightblue a
blue trouaeni t r was wa three tllncbr Inches wide wideImmediately wie wieImmedlI11 wideImmnellatety
Immediately after the te parade radll Prod
dent Taft Tr was w escorted r to I the th south aulh front frontof rmt
of the Soldier Sli and Sailor fion Monument Monumentwhere Monumentwhen
a loUJnlt1 I
where hr tbe memorial mrl esercieea caeres 111 were r held heldAa htl heldAm
Aa a chorus oho of high school ahol pupil aang d
NMrer r My MTOo God bla to toTh Thee Ih lhm the ppl Salem fired fireda II < I I
a aclutr elule the lb dull dlil thunder tUd r of the tl gun guninterrupting ClmIhe I I
interrupting the slow 1 music muso of the Ih hymn hymnThe I
The Te Rev Ry 8 T l Will 11i made md a prayer and andthochonuaangUod nd I I
thochonuaangUod thcholaanc ad Lesd Kindly Klnly JrYr Light LightWhite Lcht lAgbtWhile
White Wbl Gen George Cr B Loud L waa w deliv delivring dlv dlvrne dehlvering
ring rne an n address ad cloud ciO rolled roll up from fromthe fromIhl rromthe I
the Ihl outheaat ltht and prmeotly it I began to torain torin torain
rain sharply lea Loud out short him hlaapeech h
rin hrl O 1i Olt hr I I Ispeech I
speech fh the lh Rev nv Mr Willis I m made J the thebenediction lh thehsnedlethon
benediction Ielto eitremely brief brf and Pried Prmldent Priedlent
dent ct Taft hurtled htl for hi his automobile automobileH ulonhi ulonhiI I
H I ffs was pretty fru well wl eprinkled Irnkl before ror he hernarhed hi hereached
reached Ibe shelter ihelterWiamxoTOX leltr leltrARtlOTO shelterWtnIXnioX
WiamxoTOX ARtlOTO May a W President Pdnt Taft Taftgot TftlOt Taftgot
got back bk from fro New York at B I oclock oelk to tonight 10 tonught ¬
night Th T The pr resi d rt t WM 8 dflv dlvo drhen directly di
from frm the 11 Union station tatlo to the th White t1
House Jo with wt Cnpt A vY Ruu BU hU h military
aide Ide Idf p mlltlY I I
AFr I Ifs MI fv 1 TOW roirvHa Tmrn
Ha n IN I Ante tat al Mig RI le t nrrat r Park trtrr trtrrIte tf
ito I Mnaeftal Mel Day 1 rararfr rararfrPmHdent rra rarsitsPresident I IPIrt i I
President PIrt Tat Tat looked rbd travel tm tty weary wearywiteti I Iwhen
when ho reached toi
rh own ra yiwtrrday t o I
do hi hla part prt In the Ih UeroorU lemor Day Dy ob obarnrance 0 oberyances <
I arnrance anC and d U te the > rral r ira Taft Tat smile mle mleI ga gaIn M MIn
In I evidence eldmt only once oOn That 1at was when whenbe wbt whenhi
be h hi arrived nv1 at hi his brother Louse bo M 3 West WratKortyei WNtYorlithh West1orteigblh
Kortyei Yorlithh 1orteigblh hlh street streetTb treetThe trt trtTh
The Th special lil car I1 Plymouth 1IYlolib carrying clo the thePrraklentlal Ihertrnlbl lb lbeskfrntinl
Prraklentlal rtrnlbl party pry which left lerWaln leKWUmhtZtOIi leKWUmhtZtOIiit WmililHlto WmililHltoat
at 1 indniKht I In dllJh reached chl Communfpaw at atI t I
I 830 t Couermwmen IOICfl William Wila 8 Bonnet Bennetand lad ladI Bonnetand
4 Van Y Vhtcn hten Olcott waiting waltluicat
I and ac n 0 httn moi wrm 1 wlllul
at t I he h station alon and u aa soon la a u the President Presidenthad lidnl lidnlhad
had dmwe < l he joined Jol them Ihol in the ride ridvacroa rd rdaf rideacidic
acidic af tb the Twentythird TntYlblr itreet Itrt treetlcrr3P ferry frrrII frrrIII and andthe smiththe
the th auto Jaili db da lolUnry to 0 110 Henry W Taft Taf house houseand 10 10ad houseand
I and ad breakfast breakfastThen brkftt brkftt1be breakfastThen
Then 1be came cm the te Memorial Jlmori Day doings doineafter doo doo1r doingsafter
after 1r which the Ile President dualled blIIP back to tohi tohi tohis
hi his brothers hrlhr house hou by ly auto It I Itwa Van still itilltu4rlv stilln4rlv tl tlIrl
tu4rlv Irl two 10 hour hour to lunch and aftercbang aftercbangtng rrdsnl rrdsnltl
tag tl hla Ii ltl clothe h be went for aa a auto ride rideto rdt rideto
to Bronx Brl Park Prl coming back bak by b way of ofRivenlile o ofItiversiie
Rivenlile 1lde Drive Un and ad reaching lbD Henry I W WTaffa WTrtl WTafts
Taffa house bOI a little hI before O 3PM 2 p hI 1 After AHrrtbe Ahlr Ahlrtb Afterlb
tbe tb luncheon 1111R at which only the Tatt Tattand 1 TaCtsand
and Cap apt pt Butt Hut were w present prl PreWdenl PreWdenlTaft Irea4dftmITaft
Taft Trl received 1lyl a few f caller clt among amnun them themMelville lhm lhmell themMelville
Melville bill bl ell F 1 Stone Ion and lId CorneUui lOrfU aluOJ a sadie andrbill sadieLilt no1 no1bl I
billThe
The Th rstitrn rlr trip Irp to WaaAlnri Wulncn Iaa nanat nan neganat
at t J UQ JO V 1 M when wh the lit Preaidw Id wiring wiringa rnl rnlIraY
a gray fedora ftor and nd a uornint IOmntI j > > left lefthia I Itll1mb t tb
hia b 1mb brolhera bri boos Iou for I be Tweiylhlrd Tweiylhlrdafreet ytl
afreet lr ferry rer There was a no n military mllr guard guardthi guardthis u
this time and ald the President Idl rode down downKtfth do dolb dowmtFifth
Fifth lb 1m av aal avenue nw te preceded by r a bicycle Ncytlepoliceman fl bicyclepoliceman
policeman plCtma or two Irl without withut attracting ufIIDg the theattention tb tbtllon theattention
attention tllon of even en the lh megaphone mlephoa artist artiaton art I Ion
on a sightseeing aghlal auto uo until aI Twentr Twentrfourth Toat TwentTfourth
fourth rOlrlh street was a reached lh Her II the thePresident te te1ldet thePresident
President 1ldet auto uo drove drve pant pt the lb revlewlni revlewlnialand rvlewlnl rvlewlnlalaoll revbewlnatar3l
aland for the lh workhorse workhr parade an anMr anMr nd ndIr
Mr Ir Taft waa w recognized and cheered cb by bytbe b1lb bythe
the lb crowd crowdAt
At the Twentythird street ferry the thePrraldent lit litIrteIdtlti timPresident
President drove on board the ferryboat ferryboaHoraervllle frmbot8011I11I11 ferryboatSomerville
Horaervllle for th this ride to Communlpaw CommunlpawThe CommunipawThe
The auto Mopped near the how of the theferry II IIferT1hoat theferryboat
ferry ferryboat boat and Mr Taft rhrem1rinlna remaining In the UMauto thelIto theauto
auto took catnap during the ride rid down downthe dowaIh downthe
the Ih river and nd seemed mtd grateful for th the coo coobrene cool coolb coolbresee
brene b e lie 11 seemed IIct very thief tirudThere thiefThe
There The were only a few r people pllt on the theboat thebOat theboat
boat and nd them t paid very little attention attentloito
to I tie President Some one suggested atiggentrcthat IlIlZfOl1dIbt
that lh the lack of Interest wa due dii to the thefrequent Ih Ihlt thefreiimsit
frequent lt appearance pran which Mr Ir Taft Taflhaa Tfth Taft1u
haa h made in New ew w York YorkAt otlt otltAt rk rkAt
At ommunipaw the President Ir < l boarded bordldtb > oardrdthe
the tb special rar Colonial after callinjt callinjtOoodby III IIIOoodb 111M
Ooodby Ooodb to the little knot of railroad railroadhanda rallroaltaa railroadhands
hands aa and nd other olh who ho had gathered gatheredTbe
The special apPCiallraln train pulled out at IJ t10 P I M MII 11It MIt
It was to run over this IbIIlttItrai Central Railroad ol olNew flf flfSIIW ofew
New ew Jersey J the Ih Reading IW and n the Haiti Baltimore BalUmo Haitimore ¬
more mo and Ohio Tim TI tram was w chedulec scheduledWashington chedulecto
to 0 reach oh Washington before midnight midnightl I
l f lirmiKMV fllfOhliI tO V > QIKKXX QIKKXXItrplrlril OfII4ItlpkIrll QfEXXiDepleted
I
Depleted flanks f the th Vrlrran the 111trfhlll thesIkelIile
> trfhlll tlrr lilr Features IuH f the Parades ParadThe rarallThe 1 IThe
The Memorial Day 1 > 1 parade In Brooklyr Brooklyryreterday Drooklrnylfrdy fironklynyesterday
yesterday amused arou aa a much Interest and andenthiuumra andenthualausm nd ndInlhllalallt11
enthiuumra aa any of Its prrdrcrlaor prrdrcrlaora
a all warevldeneed by the frequent cheer cheerof rolfraof
of throngs of ipectatoni maaaed Ina along alongth alonglimo loalClit
th limo line IIn of march from start to finish flnlthA nnlhnotlblcl
A noticeablo feature of the 1PIbllltWlI ce1lrallouwas < rl lrtkii lrtkiiwi
wi 11 was the th thinning out in the rank of olthe ofIh ofSb
the Ih rrUran v rans of the Grand Army and andthe andthe nd ndIh
the Ih shortening of their march 11I1 for the theflrnt Ih Ihnnol thefirst
first time cc > hey Ih did not join jl > ln In the thepand Ibflpant theparish
parish pant until the Ibolhlr other hod bottles Ira lu the th column columnhad tOllimnhed cohimnhad
had rrsrhrd r 1 d Putsain p un VrtI Vrtnir more 0 than thana IhanInl
a tnik Inl from lh starting point mint There Therewere Thllnohi
were hi nlo huo more carriage rrla < f rr r d IJiub IJiubrall disabled disabledteraits b d dvetenna
vetenna teraits rall In the Ihlllln line this year ar than hitherto hithertoTh
Th 101 column wa was formed fm at Bedford Bedfordavenue Iltdfonlvnlll Hdfordavenue
avenue and South lIlh Fl Rlllhih hth street > > anti aniladjoining IIndIjolllin antiattjoniing
adjoining Ijolllin streets under IInd r the Ih direclhui direclhuiof diff < lkn lknor
of Iraitd Marshal John Mun Murphy fllfJh > hr of I 1 S SOrant 14Oralll HGrant
Orant Pool and nti It moved mO of I about t 1030 1030oclock 1020ocIocI
oclock 0110 amid the Ih cheer of thounand thounandof
of wiectatont ecta l Folkiwiae tul I jf the crnul
marshal 5 and nd hi his 11r came Ih IIftltdll IIftltdllion lust dirt
I lion rompowd of r Inited State army armyanil armyand nnyAnd
And navy contingents mmprimng romJlr IIftIIt four
j I ooni CO lUu > a ieii of the Ih Coast Artillery Curie Curiefrom Vri Vrifrom tflfrom
from Fort Hamilton ami all < llh three from Fort FortWudaworth tortWadorth FortWadsworth
Wudaworth and marine and ad sailor from fromthe fromIht fromthe
the navy UII yard The TI aecnnd Ift IIId division com comuriied oomIJrlwd cornprised
uriied the III entire Second III Rrtcade of the theNational th thSalkm1 theNational
National luard Brig BrtIZAJn n n John fl Eddy Rddyooinmandlng Fdd1llmnanln Eddyconunanding
ooinmandlng < It The organization marched marchedin
in tht order Second Signal CoriM Cor Four Fourtrrntli Fourteentim our ourIHalll
trrntli Regiment Forty PonYCfItJl eventh Itrcimrnt ItrcimrntTwrntylliini tllllfllntI
I Twrntylliini Regiment ihlnl Thru TJlll ltlllr enth Rrgj Rrgjmvnt IkltlI RegIment
mvnt l Canal till < lit t Artillery Thinl Battery
I Kqiudrou t 1 Cavalry CIiI and Naval Militia MilitiaSecond MilitiaSecond lIliliaIIAltllion
Second Baltilion The brIgade turned luniMJout lumNIout
out with full rank and never waa seen urento seento n nto
to better Iter dvanta dvantcP dvantcPThe drantagThe e eTha
The third and found divuion were wererompoHed w wmm wertromnpouuet
rompoHed mm of 0 the annul < 1 Army rmy pou 11II the thefilth IhfI thefilth >
filth of the United Sptiniti War Veteran tren II IIIh
I the Ih ith of the Sons of Yet Irannd < < rane > and the thel I IInnlh Itasvmnth
l Innlh > venth of the th Iloya Roy Brigade The Tb line linei I Ilof
i lof of march waa along Bedford avenue to toIh tothe
1 the Ih tIm Parkway to 1 the Ih Soldier SoI 1 f11I nnd nndSilora nndI
I I I Sailor Memorial Arch at lrrnect Park Parkplau Parkpln1 ParkI
I plau A grand stand won 118 erected a oliort oliortdi 1M 1MI
I i di d IIInff t nr from the Ih un from bleb the theparadK thtp1rad theparade
parade wa was reviewed bv i n S i Jam Jamllrlxwr James JamesMeleer
i llrlxwr HriMiklyn ilUtmiuihe tIiinpuiabt l one onearmed miii miiiarmed II IInned
armed veteran and Col eo ml Michael J film filmi urn 11mmine urnmings
i mine derairtment dffl rt01tl1t commander of the theVrw th thS thuew
S Vrw ew orkI k O A R nrwlmo intl 1 mot of the Ih leading leadingofflcuUof leadinguftclalssf dio dioomc
offlcuUof omc tlf the borough IxirouchSoveral burolljtbral boroughSeveral
Several ral thousand vullorn crowds I the themanr Iheman themany
many man cemeteries mrj throughout th Bornuch Bornuchof
of Uuevn Queins vratrnUy n and 1 th linn rani raniof ranhof
of the Ih nailing villitln < Iran rant Ann i 11 < ot ets wi were wolrWlIIe1 wereaw0llowetl re reaw
aw WlIIe1 < lk > wrd < 1 up II and almost lost to ti Right Righti ilEhtlin
lin in the crmh of civilians and uniform Wl lrm un unknown unknon unknown
known a arneratlnn n no o Inntpud of f the tlmmmh Ih Ihfuh thecrash
crash of band 1 > anti I the III gloaming of UM UMloM U UI theoki
loM I steel barrel nfl and ncl bayonet 1 a001 > tho thogreater Ih IhI thur
I greater number of ilw I vrtK ipterana frolnl n were wrI weretaken
I taken fothercmefrnmmcoarlir 10 IhCOnIIlri in flHlrh1 Grad firantlriuldren GradMlIl Grandchildren
children MlIl 1non < of f gray hired ha illll IIi sin in4 did be IlledtOratinlt themiecorating bedecorating
decorating of time Ih graves Kmv in many in inIIIn Inatences
atences atencesMany IIIn
IIInIny Many of the Ib loon I Orand Army po unsta unstaIn ta tain
in Queens liekl memorial nllnr III servIce rvllH in their theirhome IhllirholUCl theirhome
home village nta lllld and did dl not a U hams iwllwn ben the IheIIlom thectstoni
cuntoni ever rr nine in thn ratablinhlng olio ofjDecIoralKm oliofIIIIlkn ofDuuoutkn
IoralKm fIIIIlkn Day ay vi visit it the th crmetrrio Ifrict for the thefatigue Ih IhftlJtlICt thefatigue
fatigue would hare bern too muck for formany formAil furmany
many mAil of them thrmVariou thmrioUII themVarious
Various rioUII organization visited Calvary C41lrarrlnIItry
Cemetery lnIItry while Lutheran Vmeferr Cumeterywhich Vmeferrwhich
which him nt onn on time overflowed with Grand GrandArmy OrandAnnr GrandArmy
Army Annr men on Decoration Day Da had its Itatiaual 1111111II1 itstiaul
tiaual 111II1 services rvIIY but ihn old crowd or f vet veteran Itranll vetcr10 ¬
eran ranll Wall wa gone < onr 1ho rrmniiit tried to tomake 10mak tomake
make a brave showing < but Their scant acnntnumbere scantnumber nt ntnllmlra
number and halting steps lit caused the theyounger tb tbyounltltr theyounger
younger generation < that looked upon uponthe uponIh uponthe
the Ih ocmition aa > ort rt of holiday to pause pauaeIn pau pauIn
In silence iI nCfl a u the Ih little group marched IJlel Pt1lIVORIII u l lM
M 1111111 1lIVORIII VIIHI HI II i in I tl rs P rionK rionKUrn fI fIUItI
Urn Iud Nprak or the Vlrlorlr of oftVare IIff atPeace
Peace ff Whlrh Hate II his Come me I Ihr Ih q Month MonthAt JIIonlhAt nth nthAt
At the memorial ereroim < at Carnegie CarnegieHall amKi amKilIail
Hall but evening under the tI auspices of ofI ofthe
I ho Oran Arm of the Rrnublir then Ih
wa a long programme proirmmoo of fifteen f fben num number IIUrIihers ¬
ben many of which whl h had nuhdlvUton nuhdlvUtonand
and Dd ai all 11 except two of th the number numberwere numbforefIf nmierwere
were fIf gtRer jther llIor redlatlon or vocal I or in inlninirtal inriImta
lninirtal riImta 111 musIcal selections them audi audience audiellen kil killltlro ¬
ellen hail an n evening full of patriotic patrioticdivrrtlon pal patriotIcdiversion rlOlic
diversion len George B loud chair chairman chltlrman chairmaca ¬
man of the th memorial commit committee lr intro
doted Henry Clew a as the presiding officer oftt r
land and In doing lOid lOidI ansaldMemomjmnl o Mid MidI
I Memorial I moal Day l > I is always a reminder reminderof
lot of the patriotism rlolln of the American sed seddiet ol oldier 1
dier No otlier nation ha h inch a day
I nor such an event In It its history when hn a awhole awho
whole who hol8 people will pause pau in their t work workI ork
for a day d and nd do hemp at the shrine abrlrmlof I I Iof Iof
of memory Soon too soon 1b the roll I Icall I Ichlh
call II of Lincoln oJdient and nd sailor will willrecede willreceive
recede ICPi no mponae ltOl1M Of UM mere than thanscxwi 11I1
3000 coktnrU more titan 1100 haV foldedtheir folded
their lent and nd paml 110 to the Ih other ud udThe 1111The mciThe
The victory of thwaword wa w with > the theNorth theSortb theotth
North otth but the victories Ietllli of pec p 1Iotr have havee1 layI
t been e1 crra greater E7er r with the M mlhJ Moutii oal Who h dotA d es
not rfi rejoice ie in these 1 Rlorie < llIrh of 0 victory1 victory1that victory I
that thathiaveconeeo have Ila corn 01 to Dixie DixieIf 0111Ih
If lh the civil war veteran trn haa h been hqe n re r
cedIng and for mom 9 than a year haa
Ijcen ahoit absolutely ly tgnnted lgnmw < In the Ih mailer of
aiiprrlmmrnta to pubKc office om he 1 ia not
ready rly yet U If go to into reilrrnvHil from r fm all 11111
m two uefH h kt IMdofin Md Cmt4k affair If his hifluem hiflueml hifluemto II l
to lowacing wasmg IRc H It44ii M rtHI fj tdII trJatheoftsn rj t t IK lion ft adj i iin
diet men in th ItlJdilltt lIly dirrrttnoo r alf alawi 1ktd41 uw
him nlajTlie ilmi The Th future hfctoriAU will wlllk a k Wn Whnci Whnciearn n ncomo not notaun
como theM men who bo fought 10 o heroically beroloa117To 1 1To
To th the unequalled women of this country countrymint 1101mbmmt countrymust
mint they tM be attributable attnbutablaMr attributabfro
Mr Clew In th the courav of a few brief briefpereonal briefloeraonal briefperioah
pereonal remark mar raid eski9n raidIn let letIn
9n In the early 00 00 I aaaure ure you I fol followed rollol followest ¬
lowed the dictate of my m own ooMcteoe ooMcteoeand roitacfectwand
and nd though I did not w war ar th the blue served aertedmroountry servedalycowitry Id Idmcounl
mroountry mcounl in the Ih way WI I thought I loould loouldrYe oottid oottidtwrvo Oitidserve
serve rYe her bet in Inane When tho thomay thoIIint thetime
time comes 01 to clone my m eyes er I hope I may maylink n naay mayIIY ma mausay
aay u sadktthe did dldth the la late to King Fdward I Ih Ihlhavw thin thiakIhavdoQlomydlltT thinI link
have IhavdoQlomydlltT I done my duty
1 trust that in the nmr future amooz amoozII amoctIl moa moaall
all II civlllml nation war r will 11 to looked lookedupon lookedUIIOII lookedthEn
upon aa 1 a crime and that all 11 dbputea be between betWfllln between ¬
tween nation will be left todiioniodat6 todiioniodat6arbitration IoWeIuioootearbllratJon todiepaidodalejbltration
arbitration a u they the a re1low re cow between betweencivilized betweelldIIirecllndlylduI betweencIvhllzeL
civilized dIIirecllndlylduI individual individualI
1 hope I may live to see a monument monumenterected monumenttlCletI monumenterected
erected to the Ib women who served their theircountry theireoUDtT theircountry
country with no hope fl of o glory I or reward rewani71W wnI wnI71Ir
7711 BWOVV nRO ALSO rAtlADKS rAtlADKSVrtrran PAR4DKVeterans nt 01 01tlralUl
Veterans and Bey De U la tbe l Iseg aa IJne 11 Me Meviewed Medewed fl flfleWftl
viewed at 1 McUmlry Kquarv KquarvThey III IIITbt PquareThey
They Tbt bad a Memorial Day parade paradeof
of their own yesterday Iude afternoon In
pb Tbe bs Bronx liorouch President Cyni CyniC Omllt
C t Miller and ad the member of the North NorthSide SorthS1de worthSide I
Side Board of Trade reviewed It from a astand altand itstand
stand erected on McKinley MoKIIII square at atIWUi t tllOth
IWUi met and ad Boston road H J took tookthe to tookthe k kthe
the parade a good oad hour anda half to pull paaMllltiaraen pulllflUtlame peasMilitiamen
Mllltiaraen 1 had tbe right of line The TheTwentyaerond TheTwentyoa TheTwentysecond
Twentyaerond J Regiment RgimentegineerCnrpe RgimentegineerCnrpeunder KofioeerCorr KofioeerCorrunder JoDCIPflll1 Clrp Clrpuad
under uad Col Walter B Uotcbkln wa wafollowed w wiollond wasfollowed
followed by h the Eighth ElltblhCout Coast Artillery ArtilleryX
N O N Y Col Elmo F Austin and andthe andth andthe
the th Second ad Batttry IJatt ry of ort1eld Field Artillery Artilleryunder Artllltryuadr ArtillerytinderCapt
under tinderCapt Cape Latuford K 8orry
They Tb aerve Mrv1 < l a as an escort to the Ih veter veteran Ytternll vetetens ¬
an ens nll of tlm tb Vanderbilt Poet IM I and nd the theOliver thltOlinr theOliver
Oliver Tilden Poat IM of the Grand Army Armyof
of the Republic Moat of the old sol eoJl1kfd soldlerW1kA ol oldlera
dlera l1kfd wa1kecl ibm whole distance In Inhe InIhe Inthe
he am < anv > division were tre two cam canmmsotI canmmsotIHone pa of ofSon orHonll
Son of Veteran Ierana and Anlilh the David llaon llaonCamp iIloDCamp ihaonCampi
Camp SI 1 of United Spunuh War V Veterans illrana1riou Urana I IVariou IVarious
Various riou patriotic societies were wt In line linealto linealso
alto 110 Amoirg z them wa 11 was a division of ofboya ofboYI ofboy
boy who ho were en glad of a chance toahow toahowthit totIowtht toahowthat
that they tbt could march us dw1I well aa anybody anybodyvia
via and could IM depended on in caw cawof n nof raenif
of war rThey They were from the United Boy BoyaBrigade BoysBrigade
Brigade IIr of America th the Flr First t Regiment Regimentof llmfnlor
of DUmouated umollll Cavalry val Church < boys hoywho horawho boyswho
who marched were the th 81 fl Martha MarthaaCadet MarthaCdea larlh larlhld
Cadet ld ta and nd th the Oin Jln Methodist Episcopal KplacopalCadets EJllIcopalCdlfll EpiscopalCadets
Cadets BoY who ho werent rent quite so big bigronrniented blCr bigrepresented
represented r the Bronx public schools achoolThe lIf1ooI schoolsThe
The veteran of the th Oliver OU Tilden Post Postwent Ptwfnt Poutwent
went to Woodlawn after the parade was waaover w wasover
over 0 and held a memorial service Ice at t the thel IheIlO8tl the1011s
l IlO8tl > ots monument
Tin Tit HOLIDAY nuo 1 IX I rAm PAIUSMpreehrtal P4 HIS HISSpesehvi
Mpreehrtal at IBeMmaraf Ie icevm lobIda R Rman RmanPrtntdta liemenFrrides man manrrwildr
rrwildr Music JlmlrPint 111I1WI MusictpecIaJ
tpecIaJ WI l flpocS polfli I Is T TI iex iexPants tnl tnlIAtt
Pint May f to 1Ol Decoration > Day D was wasotwrved waaolrve weeobserved
observed at t the th Lyceum f fum < Club here this thisevening IhlleYfItIlne thisevening
evening Speeches wermad were made byConaul byConaulGeneral b by Conaul ConaulOMral ConautGeneral
General Mason and nd the thene Rev Dr 0 Goodrich GoodrichA Goodrichlare
A large conliagvnt from the th American Americancolony AltIfrlcnMloaT Americancolony
colony was present to honor the occasion occasionThe OlCaaJonThll occasionThe
The American wan singer JD Ida Id Reman pro providoJ profid provideJ
vidoJ fid a delightful dehlgmtftimusical minical programjne programjnetie
tie n treaded CII Kr From r m Rrvtewtng Ntand NtandPaul JIItlnd1IIII fttandlauih
Paul Brnjamin R year old whose home homei
i at t 731 Wr West tAt t Srventyflftb IfIftf1h street was waarrowded wa wattVwded wascrowded
crowded from the reviewing Inl land at atNinetieth itNinetieth t tSintUlb
Ninetieth Mrret t and nd Riverside Driven Drivenwhile Drh1l9hl Drhawhile
while hl the Memorial Day Da parade WON WONnaMing wa waJ waspasaimig
naMing J yeterd ttnJay y He wa wu taken to toliellevue toIlellevime
liellevue llo lIoIUal pilal with a dislocated right rightarm rlchtIrm rightlimo
arm
TO Till MOOX uIOO no 4 4 u HACK HACKbeul n4f1iII
II I beul eul Ihr Ih nklanre ntralton Kai He HeHa II IIII lieIlas
Ha II Gene < In Hrelno Ial Part of f the U World orld
Son VII itt M Oimn S J May s 1 With Witha Wlhallan
a walking allan record even greater than that thatof Ihatof thatof
of Wlon r lon and hunting achievement achievementhat
hat outshine even the heat that have gone goneo conIn gunto
In o Roo Roosevelt Teli James Jm Rlcalton the Ih quiet quietItllo fillittIItll qmtietlittle
little IItll traveller I Is hack from Africa with witha
a wonderful woald collection C lon of trophies from fromh rromtill fromthe
the < h till Dark Eminent ContinMtlie EminentHe ntlntlie
lie say ay ho walked tSatmue I lG mU miles from the theungl IbejunKie thejungle
junKie ungl to Cairn He II hot no lion but he helynted b bhnled liehunted
hunted nnd killed buffalo He H say that thathe thatthe thatthe
the buffalo i Is < by far the Ih most ferocious frrocioue f ferociousbet ou ouof
bet > e t of the Ih African lriMn jungle It will willIre willtIe iII iIIII
II tIe Ire from the Ih pursuit of man but unlike unlikeat unUk1IfJI unlikebeasts
beasts > at which are no called 11d morA ferocioiia ferocioiiat
It t will circle In it Its course and eventually eventuallyoryiake eventuallyoe
oe oryiake iake and kill lu I imrMirr imrMirrProf IHftlUtIProl strorProf
Prof Rlcalton l us < M year old He to say
hat Henry M f Stanley must have been beenpiven tJlnn beengiven
given to exaggrratlon nc tlon The trail trailhrouch lrailIroueh IndIathrough
through the jungle jlln It in the place J1a when whenhtanley whereStanley h hHInlt1
Stanley ess ay 11 he had hi to rut hi ti way y are areacroruing ireareonting no notronlinr
acroruing to Ricalton easy to negotiate negotiateWhere nttntlatlllWbtl negotiateVbrre
Where Stanley say he h encountered IOrounlftdIrlt encounteredtribes
tribes rihe of cannibal c nnib l Ricalton say y bw b met metwith metwlh metwith
with peace loving nociable peoples The Thename Thenam Thename
name explorer wa hated ny the tll tribe tribeof tribesof
of that region Jdon he h Mid Mid11 all beciuoe b of what whathe wb1tfr
I he tot med the Ih unnecessary IIIIII cruelty of ofStan orI ofStan
Stan ley I ie On the Ih other olh hand they remem ¬
I her livingston tn that country and andclierith andcherish
cherish hi his name nameProf MlnI nameProf
I Prof Kicalton spent nt much time in the thaludy thestudy
study of the tM tm t fly T whose bit bits Inocu ¬
late la the bitten with th the sleeping ticknnm ticknnmHe Ickn Icknn I Ilie
He n t says y he b hum I damnified the th varietIes nl ot otthe 01Ihe ofthe
the insect and know now that there I Ionly Is Isimly
only nly one on that can rummunicnte the di dira dlalf clipa
ra alf e Tbe Tb others otb are all harmless hmll He JI
ha h brought brotl < ht specimens of th the t tly < y and andmany andmllllV andmany
many photograph of It ItAfter ItAftr IIAftr
Aftr his b recent lour of Africa Prof
Kindlon ouuntrd hi his total mile milesof of travel traveland trllYelIIlId traveland
and b haaye ay they th are at more than VMOOO A
few f dar ego f 11t wa swinging Inttln a scythe cythain
in hi his dooryard door when a travelling IrnlllingnUll1 sales salesman < almtnnn
tnnn who 110 ha evn tift rno most t of the United Uni UniSII
Stale was aa moved to t comment about aboutpeoplu nOOtIOple imbositpeople
people who were content to tlck In one onspot 0 0Oland onespot
pot Oland and never nev sea the world
There I > that Ih old fellow he remarked remarkedwho
who ho I doubt not 1 Is content to spend all 11
hi his days around rouarllhe the hou house e n My never vrr giving <
a thought of what i going < on In the great greatworld Kft8tworld greatccclii
world around him himil himji
il 1 V Viii FII IT HOMEOPATHS HOMEOPATHSCraituatrt 11 lOlIfXOV4T11IGraduates < 7 7Cradut
Graduates of the tll New Yerk rk College Arc ArcttIILsrd rr rrAitlUnl r rdt1
AitlUnl la Cling to Thru 11I r Ideal IdealiWhen IdealWhen IdealWhen
When William Cullen Bryant was the theflrt Ihftftrlt thefirst
first president of the board of trustees truilrrand trUll trUllnd trusteesand
and nd A Oakey 0111 Hall waa we the first secretary ecretaryof
of the New York Homuopathlc Medical MedicalCollege MedicalCollege fliaalC
College C < II Itf hack In IfW IIIMlhe 1N the college gradu graduated CradufIIt graduaIed ¬
ated fIIt twenirsevcn phynlcian the ftrat flratyaar ftratr ftratytter
yaar r This year the ih college sends ond forth forthtwentyfour rorthtflotfour forthtwentyfour
twentyfour But wherra wb Ute claM eta of ofat
81 was w graduated from just a college collegetha rollCItlft
the present generation has it its own hos hospital boeplbll ho hopita1 ¬
pital to practice in including the Flower ow r
surgical hospital hospitalThl hoapibllThill hospitalThis
Thl This week the Ih semicentennial of the therounding Ih Ihfoondin thefounding
rounding of the X New w York Homoeopathic HomoeopathicMedical
Medical College and uel Flower Flow Hospital IIDtlpl 31 la labeing lainlt iibeing
being inlt held and nd but 1 night al ht the cia cI of 1110
held cU cites day exercises uem in the senior lkt or
lleotulll baton room The severity IIIIlIltnl of the amphl amphlIbeatr amphlIbl amptitheatre
theatre room was somewhat relieved by
flower portraits IrtraU of benefactors a piano pianoand piAnoand pianoand
and the Ih bright drpu d dresses s of sisters mothers mothersand molbPnnd motheranti
and nd friend friendsAfter I IAfter I
After a violin solo by Mrs Jessie 1 Mon
lew d d8 Vera re Dr John K Wilson spoke spoketo
to the Ih class on the h value of dreams lie liesaid II liesaid
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said that while Wbl it waa not wise aa in the thaof th thecM5
cM5 of the chameleon on the Ib plaid cloth elollito
to lM bust t trying to make m good still it ItI was waaa
I a good thing for a young doctor tartln atartia101St tartln10llt tarting
lout to have a nourishing crop of Ides Id IdI Idesto C CI
I to fend fp I himself and ad the Iii hor horpe > on M that thatprobably IhIprobahly thatnrohahly
probably would lIld l bA > his h only aiet a t for
four year fler at lea least 11 t Ha 1Iid said that his hi hiffli
I first ffli hbriw was w morn trouble that his hisslrkeat hlij hlijsickest i
sickest patient patientStick
Stick to your Meals kfN h ha saM aa lt and andIhlt andthe nd ndthe
the money m will lake Ikllnu rare of Itself i11Aft 1 1Aftrr IAfter
After Aft the addrew add and some singing
the data 11 humorist Archibald C C Worth
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