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10 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY JUNE 18 8 1910
NATION 1iON TO GREET GREETI GRRETOOSEYEbT
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j ROOSEYELT TODAY TODAYF
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I nival n naval valescort escort leads the thewater water parade up upthBay upth tipth
thBay th Ba Bay and North River RiverIQilS Rlv Rtvr1Q15 f flQU5
IQilS a m mThe The head of the parade paraderounds paraderounds paraderounds
rounds the stakeboat at Fiftyninth Fillyninthstreet Fillyninthstreetand street streetand
and starts for the Battery Batter Battern Batteryii
11 ii a m mCol Col Roosevelt disembarks at attho atth atthe
the th Battery BatteryUd5 BatteIJU15 Battery11J
Ud5 11J a m mExorclses Exercises at the grand grandstand bT8ndstand giandstaiI
stand in Batten Park Mayor Gaynor Gaynordelivers Ganordelivers Gaynordelivers
delivers an address of welcome to which whichCol whichCol whichC0L
Col Roosevelt responds briefly brieflyn brieflyfl4
1145 n fl4 46a a m mCol Col Roosevelts escort for forthe forthe forthe
the land parade assembles In Battery BatteryPark BatteryPark BatteryPark
Park Parka
a 13 noon noonThe The land parade paradestarts starts
1238 P m mCol Col Roosevelt Roozev lt passes passesFourth passesFourth passesFourth
Fourth street and Broadway BroadwllYUB5
12 UB5 p m mCol Col Roosevelt reaches the theDewey t1eDewDY tJieDewey
Dewey Arch at Fifth avenue and Eighth Eighthstreet Eishthstreet Eighthstreet
street
1240 p m mCol Col Roosevelt Roosev lt and escort escortenters osoortenters escortenters
enters Union Square Square124S
1245 p m mCol Col Roosevelt and escort esdortenters oscortenters escortenters
enters Madison Square and passes pasCosreviewing the ihftreviewing therelewlng
reviewing stand = at the Worth Monu Monument Monument Monuxnest ¬
ment xnestI
1 p m mCot Col Roosevelt and an escort escortpasses escortpasses escortpasses
passes Fifth avenue and Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Fortyseeonstreet Fortysecondstreet
street
120 p m mCol Cal Roosevelt leaves his hisescort hisescort hISescort
escort at Fifth avonue and Fiftyninth Fiftyninthstreet Ff Fiftyninthstreet nlnth nlnthstreet
street and goes to the home of Douglas DouglasRobinson DouglasRobl DouglasRobinson
Robinson Robl on 442 4t Madison Avenue ienu venue for forluncheon torluncheon forluncheon
luncheon
3 p rn 111Co1 Col Roosevelt and family are areescorted areescorted areescorted
escorted to the Long Island Railroad Railroadferry Ranroadterry Railroadferry
ferry
430 p m mCot CoL Roosevelt and family familyleave famltyleaye familyleave
leave Long Island City for Oyster Bay BayMar BIl BIllnT BayMay
Mar lnT Be Slight hitches IlltchcrtOf UUChCHor hitchesof
Of course there may mA be slight hitches hitchesIn hitchesIn hitchesin
In the programme which Mr Vandorbilts Vandorbiltscommittee VandorblIlscommittee Vanderbiltscommittee
committee has so carefully worked out outThe outThe outThe
The Kaisorln Auguste might perhaps perhapebe perhapebea be bea bea
a trifle late getting up to quarantine quarantinethe quarantinethe quarantinethe
the water parade vamde might ml ht be a bit slower slowergetting 510worgetting slowergetting
getting under way Things might happen happento
to delay dela the start of thlanfl parade but butthe b1ltthe butthe
the executive committee Is positive to tonight tonIght tonght
night that the crowds would have a achance achance achance
chance to see the hunter at the times timesthey timesthe timesthey
they the set down in the schedule scheduleThere scheduleThere scheduleThere
There will be some crowd no doubt of ofIt otit ofit
It Down at the committees headquar headquarters headquarters headquartees ¬
ters listening to the talk this evening eveningone efenlngone eveningone
one felt persuaded that all of New York Yorkwould Yorkwou1d Yorkwouhi
would kuork off work for a few hours hoursto houl houlto hoursto
to whoop It up for t r the colonel col ne1 The fact factis factIS factis
is that not only the committee but Com Commissioner Commissioner Coinmissioner ¬
missioner Baker and the police force are areexpecting areexpecting areexpecting
expecting the greatest turnout along alongBr0adway alongBroadway alongBradway
Broadway and Fifth avenue that New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York ever saw SM not excepting the Hud HudsonFulton HudsonFulton HudsonFulton ¬
sonFulton celebration They The think that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the colonel will prove prove a 8 better attraction attractionthan attractionthan attractionthan
than the Hudson show showThe sho shoThe shoYThe
The police commissioner commissioner expects to toherd toherd toI
I herd 1WOOO people no less around Bat Battery BRttet Battcry ¬
tery tet Park and the committee Is flguring flguringgrandly fl liguringgrandly uring uringgrandb
grandly Of course It Is all guesswork guessworkbut cueworkbut gueesworkbut
but they the were were estimating today that
1000000 New Yorkers Yor ers and visitors would wouldcrowd wouldcrowd wouldcrowd
crowd to cheer for the only living ex exPresident exPresident oxPresident
President
Many Inn VInKora IUors There ThereThere ThereThere ThereThere
There is a surprising number of folk folkhere folkhpre folkhere
here from outoftown particularly the theWest th thWest theWest
West and South SoutltSomc Some of the hotel man managers managt managers ¬
agers agt > rs are saying s lng that th t they the have more morerooms morerooms morerooms
rooms engaged than they the had in the theHudsonFulton theHudsonFulton theHudsonFuiton
HudsonFulton celebration Wherever Whereveryou Vrherever3Ou VtterO6rou
you ou went Ii around the hotels you you youflocks saw sawflocks sawfiocks
flocks of strangers stran ers many man of them under underwidebrimmed underwide1Jrlmmed underwidebrimmed
widebrimmed felt hats hatsBesides hatsBesides
Besides B sldes the Rough Rider who are here herefrom herefrom
from all over the country eountrythere there are arethousands arethousands arathousands
thousands of SpanishAmerican war vet veterans veterans veterans ¬
erans plainsmen from the West rest and andXorthwest findXortbwfjlt andNorthweet
Xorthwest politicians from everywhere everywheregovernors everywheregovernors
governors statesmen and office holders holdersTwo holdersTwo holdersTwo
Two carloads of Roosevelt rooters landed landedIn landedIn
In town from Los Angeles There are 100 100ivhoopersup 100ivhoopersup
ivhoopersup from PIttsburg at the Hol Holland Halland Holland ¬
land House Cowmen from Wyoming Wyomingare Vyomlneare
are putting up at the Herald HaraldSQuarl Square Squarethe Squarethe
the past five days upon an Indictment IndictmentOf
or all ii th tbf thousands of visitors the theRough theRough theRough
Rough Riders attracted the most atten attention aUentlon attenlion ¬
lion They The were hard at It today fur furnishing ttlrnlshlng furfishing ¬
fishing up U for the big show Their horses horsesare horsesare horsesare
are at a riding rl lng academy near pu Central CentralPark CentralPsr CentralPark
Park Psr and Col Brodie gave them a pre preliminary prelhnlnary proliminary ¬
liminary drill today toda more to try out the thenags thennss thenags
nags than for or any an otjjer reason reasonHelping re1S0nHelping reaSOnH1ping
Helping the olonel was Lieut Jack JackGreenway JackGreenwa JackGreenway
Greenway Greenwa the old Yale guard Deputy DeputySheriff DoputyShariff DeputySheriff
Sheriff Pussy Foot Luxlow L low of Nevada NevadaCap NeadaC4 NevadaCai
Cap C4 i Havre Miller Uller of Oklahoma Ben BenDaniels BenDadels BenDaaioIs
Daniels of Tucson Dave Goodrich Ed EdPiper EdPlpel EdPiper
Piper the trumpeter tr lmpetel and former Gov GovCurry GovCUrry GovCurry
Curry of New Mexico With their speck speckless speck1es speckless
less horses their khakf uniforms and andburnish andburnish andburnish
burnish brass buttons the Rough RO1 h Riders Ridersrather Ridersratner Ridersrather
rather expect expe t to divide honors with their theirold theirold theirold
old commander commanderVlll commanderVJ11 commanderWill
Will Vlll Hold Reunion RennlonAnd ReunionAna flennionAnd
And maybe they havent hotentn a programme programmeof
of entertainment laid out for themselves themselvesAfter themaelve5Altar themselvesALtar
Altar the celebration calobrn t10n Is over today toda they theywill theywill thosea
a will mess at the Twelfth Regiment Ar Armory Armory Acmory ¬
mory where they the hope to draw Col ColRoosevelt ColRooevelt CciRoesevelt
Roosevelt for a few minutes at least and andfight andfig andfight
fight fig t over tho campaign in Cuba CubaOn CubaOn CubeCm
On Cm Sunday Sundn they the will be the t1 guests of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New York Athletic Club at Travers TraversIsland Tr TraversIsland vers versIsland
Island at a clam bake On Sunday Sunda even evening eyening evenlog ¬
ing Comrade Edward Emerson delivers deliversa
a no lecture at the Hotel Buckingham which whichwill whichwIll whichwill
will have to do with the movement of ofthe otthe ofthe
the regiment from the time it was mus mustered mustered mustered ¬
tered in at San Antonia until It was wasmustered WitSmust wasmustered
mustered must < red out at Montauk Point Mon Monday 1onda Monday ¬
day da and Tuesday Tue day will be used up with withtheater withtheater withtheater
theater parties and sightseeing sightseeingOn
On Wednesday afternoon the Rough RoughRiders RoughRiders RoughRiders
Riders will take In n the rapes at Sheejw Sheejwh Shee1Khead Sheepshead
h head ad Bay Thursday TburstIa will be the biggest blggsstday blgg biggestday 8t 8tday
day of all for the troopens will have haveCol haveCol haveCol
Col Roosevelt to themselves at a lunch luncheon lunchon luncheon ¬
eon on at the Harvard Club Thursday Thursdayevening ThursdlYevening Thursdayevening
evening they the will do Coney Island After Afterthat Arterthat Afterthat
that they may think of a lot more things thingsto thlnasto thingsto
to do doSo doSo doSo
So far as lS the decorations go It was a alittlejusurprislng n nlittlesurprlalng aIittq
Iittq littlejusurprislng surprising that the request of the therec 1116recfPUQn thereccpt1on
rec recfPUQn a > Uon committee was not more gen generously generousl generously ¬
erously erousl responded to along lower Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way This evening not a flag hung from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Standard Oil Building to CortUuut CortUuutstreet Cortlnmtstreet Cortlandtstreet
street That Is the Wall street district districtThere districtthere districtThere
There were plenty of < If flags at the Bat Battery Battery Battery ¬
tery and above Cortlandt street Broad Broadway BroadWgy Broadway ¬
way began to take on a n festive aid The TheCity TheCltyHaU TheCity
City CltyHaU Hall had not been decorated up to tolastiilght tolastrilght toIast
lastiilght lastiilghtv Iast ight
v Street FnkcrH Unity UnityA DnHYA BusyA
A walk around town indicated how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much interest Is being shown in the thecolonels thecolonels thecolonels
colonels homecoming Street takers fakerseverywhere takerseverywhere takerseverywhere
everywhere were peddling souvenirs sou nlrs rib ribbons ribbons ¬
bons bearing the name of Roosevelt Rooseveltmedals Roosevoltmedals Rooseveltmedals
medals with his picture on them photo photographs photographS photographs ¬
graphs little figures of the colonel in inkhaki Inkhaki inkhaki
khaki and In hunting rig big sticks and andbuttons andbutt andbuttons
buttons buttonsIn butt buttonsIn ns nsIn
In many shop shopwindows windows his photograph photographhas
has been placed In some are are ludicrous ludicrouscartoons ludicrouscartoons ludicrouscartoons
cartoons representing the hunter parad parading paradins paradIng ¬
ing iip up Broadway on the back of a arhlneocerous n nrhlneocerous arhineocerous
rhlneocerous brandishing a a rifle and andshowing andshowing andshowing
showing his teeth In a most expansive expansivegrin expansivegrin expansivegrin
grin Up town Is more elaborately elaboratelydecorated elaboratel elaborateldooorated elaboratelydocorateil
decorated than lower Manhattan ManhattanProprietors ManhattanProprl ManhattanProprietors
Proprietors Proprl tors of the stores shopkeepers shopkeepersand shopkeepersand shopkeepersand
and Ispensors of proprietary articles have havebeen havebe havebOen
been be n quick to seize their opportunity
They have pasted eight and sixteen sheet sheetposters sheetposters sheetposters
posters on the bill boards advertising advertisingtheir adverUslngtheir atherusingtheir
their shows or their wares and the name nameor nameor nameor
or the face of Roosevelt Is the thing thingthat thingthat thingthat
that first catches the eye on these post posters postors postoxs ¬
ers ersGetting Getting back to Quarantine and the thecolonels thecolonels thecolonels
colonels arrival the reception commit committee committee committethought ¬
tee tethought thought It best today to explain gen generally generallY generauly ¬
erally what appearance the vessels would wouldmake wouldm wouldmake
make m ke In the water parade how the vari various van vanous ari arious ¬
ous organizations would assemble and
fail Into line for the land parade and andwhere andwhere andwhere
where the principal invited guests would would
be placed In these maneuvers maneuversThe maneUVersThe maneuversThe
The cruiser Dolphin with Secretary of otJ ofA
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IMPORTANT IMPORTANTFEATURESOFROOSEVELTS FEATURES OPROOSEVELTS TRIP TRIPDegrees TRIPI TRIPDogrees TRIPf TRIPDegrees
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Degrees conferred upon UOIl Roosevelt Jy y University Universityof Universityofgypt UniversityofgyptUniversity of Egypt EgyptUniversity EgyptUniversity
University of Leipzig Sorbonne University of Berlin universities universitiesof niversitiesf
of f Cliristiania Cambridge and Oxford OxfordReceived O OxfordReceived ford fordReceived
Received in audience by the Kings of Uganda Italy Bel Belgium Belgium Belglum ¬
gium Norway and England the theEmperQrs Emperors of Austria A stdaand and Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many Queen Wilhelmina VilhdminaPresident President Fallieres of France Fral1c61 Iranc and theCrown the theCrown theCrown
Crown Princes of Denmark and Sweden SwedenRepresented SwedenRepresented SwedenRepresented
Represented the United States Stat as special spec al ambassador at the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral of King Edward EdwardCanceled EdwardCanceled EdwardCanceled
Canceled engagement to to pay his respects to the Pope owing owingto
to restrictions that were sought to be imposed upon him himMade himlIade himMade
Made startling speeches in Khartoum Cairo and London London that thatcalled thatcaIlcd thatcalled
called forth the wrath of the Egyptian Nationalists and a large part partof partof partof
of the English public publicHonored publico publicIIornred
o Honored by special reviews rcviewsof of the flower of the French and andGerman andGerman andGerman
German armies being the first civilian ever given this distinction distinctionMade distinctionMade distinctionfade
Made fade a newrecord new record in the amount and a d variety of game killed kiIIcdin killedIn killedin
In Africa securing several sev ral new specimens specimensHad specim6nsHad SpecinlOnSHad
Had two narrow escapes from death with wild animals in the theAfrican theAfrican theAfrican
African jungle jungleRetraveled jungleRetraveIed jungleRetraveled
Retraveled with Mrs Roosevelt the route of their honeymoon honeymoonhrItaly honeymooniniI honeymooninItaly
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DISTANCES DIST CES TRAVELED TRAVELEDFrom TRAVELED TRAVELEDFrom TRAVELEDV
V From New York to Mombasa MombasaWhile 9300 miles milesVhile milesWIule
While on the hunt estimated estimatedDown 6000 miles milesDon IBilesDown
Down the Nile NileFrom 4000 miles milesFrom milesProm
From Alexandria to Naples NaplesIn e e e e 1020 miles milesIn milesIii
In Europe EuropeFrom e 5313 miles miles2800miles tl1ilcsFfom milesFrdrn
From Southampton outhampt ntoNew to New York YorkTotaf Y rk V 2800miles 2800milesTotal 28004milesTotal
Totaf Total > I IHOW 28 28433 33 miles milesJlOVHE milcsiiow
HOW JlOVHE HE TRAVELED TRAVELED TRAVELEDBy V VV
V By ll boat boatBy V 17120 miles milesBy milesBy I
5613 miles mlesOn milesOn
By rail raiL jr jrOn r H
On horseback horsebackOn hor eback 4300 43 miles mtlesOn mileson
On foot footOn V VV t V 1375 miles InilesOn milesOn
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On canal 25 miles
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the Navy Nth Mayor aboard nl > oart1 and the tor torpedo torpetlo torpedo ¬
pedo boat destroyers Smith Reid Lam Lamson Lamson Lamson
son Flusher and Preston will lead the theAndroscogglii thoAndroscossiu theAndroseoggfts
Androscogglii on which will be Col ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt Mayor Gaynors Ga nors reception receptioncommittee receptioncommittee receptioncommittee
committee and visiting dignitaries Just Justahead Justahead Justahead
ahead of the Anilroscoggin nllro8co gtn will be the theonly Uleonly tijeonly
only battle ship in the parade the South SouthCarolina SOUlllCarolina SouthCarolina
Carolina which will fire a n salute of oftwentyone ottwentpone oftwentyone
twentyone guns In honor of the colonel colonelBehind colonelBehlnd colonelBehind
Behind and to the left of the Androscog Androscoggin Andro Androscoggin og oggin
gin will come the revenue cutter Seneca SenecawJiIle SenecawJna SenecawJiihe
wJiIle opposite the th Seneca will be the thesistant thorevenue therevenue
revenue cutter ohftWk wIth the As AsslstnntSecretary Assistunt
sistant slstnntSecretary Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryPusfi Tlen TreasuryIiss ury I IIau
Pusfi Iau Lane of YnclitK YnclitKThen YziclitsThen nclatN I IThlln
Then comes the Manhattan with Mrs MrsRoosevelt MraRoosevelt MrsRonsotelt
Roosevelt AM Alice e RoosevoltLongworth RoosevoltLongworthand
and atld the tilO rest rostqf of the former Presidents Presidentsfamily Presidentsfamily Presidentstnliiiy
family The escort and the Androscog Androscoggln Androscoggin Androscoggin
gin having passed through the lane of oftugs ottugS oftugs
tugs and yachts will lead the way up the thebay theba thoby
ba bay the merchant float swinging Jin into intoUpe intoilpe to toline
line behind The procession proc slon wlllsroo wiilsteam wiilsteamthrough vlll stenm stenmthrough 1 1through
through a lane of patrol boats which whichwill whichwill
1 will keep the 0 route I uto clear cJ r and look out outfor outfor outfor
for bumps All tho way up and down the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North River the patrol boats will guard guardthe guardthe guardthe
the flanks of the parade paradeAt puradeAt paradeAt
At 11 oclock the Androscoggln arrive arriveat arrlve6at arrivesat
at pier A Col Roosevelt will ill be escorted escortedby QiiCortedby escortedby
by Cornelius Vanderbilt and followed by bythe bythe bythe
the reception committee through the thedock thedock theclock
dock department building to a raised raisedwalk ral500walk raisedwalk
walk along which he will proceed to the thespeakers thespoolters thespeakers
speakers stand where he will be ro received rocehoo rocalved ¬
calved by Mayor Gaynor This stand Is Isten Isten isten
ten feet by ten and Is tor Dr the colonel coloneland coloneland coloneland
and the mayor only At the left as the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel enters will be bea a reserved space spacecontaining spacecontaining spacecontaining
containing 3500 guests admission to towhich towhich towhich
which Is by b ticket At the right will bo boa boa bea
a stand seating V COO of the principal principalguests prlnclpftlguests principalguests
guests of the city clt Between the speak speakers speakers speakors ¬
ers stand an tithe the grand stand will be beMrs beMrs beMrs
Mrs Roosevelts lloos eWs private box seating seatingtwentyflve seatingtwentfivc seatingtwentyfIve
twentyflve twentyflveSecret twentfivcSecret twentyfIveSecret
Secret Service Men There TliereThree ThereThree TiiereThree
Three secret service 5 nlcomon men from WashingtOn Wash Washington VashIngton ¬
ington will be in charge of a squad of ofpolicemen orpolicemen ofpolicemen
policemen guarding Col Poosojolt Roos olt from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho Afidroscoggln drOscoggin to the speakers stand standOther standOther standOther
Other secret service men will guard his hisfamily hisramll hisfamily
family ramll in the private box Occupying Occupyingthis Occuplngthis Occupyingtitle
this with Mrs Roosevelt Roos ovelt will be Repre Representative Representative Representatlve ¬
sentative Nicholas Longworth of Cin Cincinnati ClnInnatl Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati and Mrs Alice Roosevelt Long Longworth Longworth Longworth
worth Theodore Roosevelt Jr and his hisfiancee hisfinncee hisfiancee
fiancee Miss Eleanor Alexander AIOXJ1 Aloxqnder der Ethel EthelRoosevelt EthelRooS4tvelt EthelRoosevelt
Roosevelt and Mrs Alexander Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Douglas Robinson and n the he Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Romevolt ¬
volt elt children childrenWhen chih1renWhen childrenWhen
When the parada starts at noon noo the themounted themounted themounted
mounted police will lead the way wa fol followed tollowed followed ¬
lowed by the mounted band of Squadron SquadronA
A and the Rough Riders Col Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Itoosevelt ¬
velt Mayor Gaynor and Cornelius Van Vanderbilt Yanderbllt Vanderbilt
derbilt will ride in the first carriage In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the second carriage will be Secretary SecretaryWilson SecretnryWilson SecretaryWilson
Wilson Collector Loch Capt Butt and andJudge andJudge andJudge
Judge Gary In the third Secretary Meyer MeyerGeorge MeorGeorge MeyerGeorge
George R Sheldon Senator Lodge and andCommodore andCommodore andCommodore
Commodore R A A C Smith In the thefourth Ulefourth thefourth
fourth Coy Go Fort and aid Col Vroo Vrooman Vrooman Vrooman
man and Robert C Morris In the fifth fifthGov firthGo fifthGov
Gov Go Weeks and aid P C Lounsbury Lounsburyand Lounsburyand Lounsburyand
and Timothy L Woodruff Voo < 1rutr In the sixth sixthGov sixthGov sixthOov
Gov Mills and Hid Justice James Gerard Gerardand Gerard8tld Gerardand
and Philip Rhlnelander In the seventh seventhGov seventhGov seventhGov
Gov Qulnby and aid Henry W Yo Hayden Haydenand Hardenand Haydennnd
and Herbert L Sntterlce in the eighth eighthAdj eighthAdj eighthMU
Adj Gen Verbeck Maj Gen Roe and andCol andCol andCol
Col H H Treadwell in the ninth P B BCollins BColUmJ BCollins
Collins Gen King W V B Hoggett and andGeorge andGeorge andGeorge
George Wanamaker In the tenth Frank FrankH FrankH FrankH
H Tyree B W V B Brown F D Good Goodall Goodall Goodall
all and E W IV Bloomlngdale In the theeleventh theeleenth theeleventh
eleventh James O Lowe John T Wil Williams Willlama Vll VllHums ¬
Hums jr and T B Johnson Johns < ln in tho thotwelfth thotweItth thetwelfth
twelfth Prank Q Brown Courtlandt CourtlandtNIcoll CourtlandtNicoll CourtiandtNicoll
NIcoll Robert Davis and Beverly R RJohnson RJOhnson BJohnson
Johnson in the thirteenth Mayor Mc McGee McGee McGee
Gee of PIttsburg Major Fiske of Mount MountVernon MountVernon MountVernon
Vernon and Charles M Burrill of o Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton and In the fourteenth Luke D DWright DTrlght DWright
Wright Trlght Truman H T Newberry James R RGarfield RGarfield BGarfield
Garfield and Capt Cameron McR Wins Winslow Winslow Winslow
low
More Iorc Than TJl lI 100 Carriages CarriagesThe Citrrln CarriagesThe c8 c8The
The committee of the senate senateVand Vand and as assembly assembly assombly ¬
sembly of New York and the New York Yorkreception Yorkreception Yorkreception
reception committee will follow In car carriages carriages carriages ¬
riages There are in all more than 100 100carriages 100carriages 100carriages
carriages carriagesTho carriagesTho carriagesThe
Tho Seventh Regiment Band will fall fallin CaUIn fallIn
in behind the open carriages and at atEighth atEighth atEighth
Eighth street and Fifth avenue 2000 Span SpanishAmerican SpanlabAmerican pan panIshAmorican ¬
ishAmerican war veterans will Join the theescort theescort theescort
escort Another platoon of mounted po police police police ¬
lice will bring up the rear Behind B9iind the theescort theescort theescort
escort the various clubs and organizations organizationsthat orgtGtlzations orgtGtlzationsthat
that have been assigned place along alongBroadway alongBroadway alongBroadway
Broadway and Fifth avenue where wher the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel will review them as he passes passeswill passeswnt passeswill
will join the line in their turn turnMrs turnMrs turnMrs
Mrs Roosevelt and family famll will review reviewthe reviewthe reviewthe
the parade from 433 Fifth avenue the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of the late Theron Butler Butlerwhose Butlerwhose Butlerwhose
whose granddaughter Eleanor Elea or B Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander Theodore Roosevelt Jr Is to tomarry tomarry tomarry
marry on Monday MondayThe MondayThe V VThe
The battle ship South Carolina which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will lead the line of war ships hlps in to tomorrows tomorrows tomorrows ¬
morrows naval parade arrived arrh > ed oft the theHighlands theHighlands theHighlands
Highlands from Newport News NewsV Newsthis V this thismorning thIsmorning thismorning
morning The torpedo boat destroyers destroyersSmith destroyersSmith destroyersSmith
Smith Plusser Lamson Reid and Pres Preston Preston Preston ¬
ton which will follow the South Caro Carolina CaroUna Carolina ¬
lina also came In from Newport News Newsand N Newsand ens ensand
and anchored an orad in Sandy Hook Hookf HookkJ
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ROOSEVELT NOT WORRIED WORRIEDABOUT WORRIEDABOUT WORRIEDV WORRIEDABOUT V
ABOUT OUR EXPRESIDENTS EXPRESIDENTSNew
New York June 17 17Wlreless Wireless messages messagesfrom m messagesfrom 6iages 6iagesrom
from rom tho ship said that Col Roosevelt Rooseveltis
is receiving many messages of welcome welcomeand welcomennd welcomeand
and andV V good will from citizens Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬
can organizations and labor organiza organizations organizations organizalions ¬
tions The people of Siasconsett sent sentgreetings 56ntgreetings sentgreetings
greetings today Others O el8 were received receivedfrom r recettedfrom cefvcd cefvcdfrom
from P F J Dolan and P H Morrlssey Morrlsseylabor MorrJsse MorrJsselabor Marrisseylabor
labor loade8 ld l1 The Rev Father Cur Curran Curran Curran
ran of Wllkosbarre also a1 o sent greet greetings greetIn greetings ¬
ings ingsIn In ingsJ s sTn
In J n addition nd < 1rt1on to the places Roosevelt Rooseveltspeaks RooseveltpMks Rooseveltspeaks
speaks of visiting In Ijla lji Interview Inte1J w he hemade 110ntlde liemade
made known today t d y that he will visit visitSeth visitScth visitSeth
Seth Bullock after attending the con conservation concr conSetVatton ¬
servation cr Uon congress conrea in St 5t Paul PaulReferring PaulIteforring t tUoCorrlng
Referring to the th discussion prevalent prevalentlast proalentlut prevalentlast
last year on What shajl we do with withour withOUr WithOUr
our exPreeldsntsr exPreel QntsT Mr Roosevelt said saidtoday saidtHa saidtoday
today todayAll tHa todayAll
All 11 I can say sa > IB that anything that thntht thathas
ht has s been done with this thl exPresident
r have done myself myselfCol rns lr lrCol V >
Col Roosevelt was much pleased vl 6sed to toreceive torOCllv toreceive
receive today toa a n dlrelwe dlreJ message m ge from
Secretary of the Navy Meyer MeJ8rsalng saying
that 018 t the Secretary would meet him on onthe ontile onthe
the Dolphin tomorrow morning morningROOSEVELT morningROOSEVELT morningROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT IS PRAISED PMISEDBY PRAISEDBY PIWSEDBY
BY FORMER AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORIthaca
Ithaca N Y 1 June 17 11The The people of ofEngland orEngl8nd ofEngland
England liked l ked Cal Roosevelts Guildhall Guildhallspeech Gundhallspeech Guilfihailspeech
speech said Dr Andrew D White Yblte first flrstpresident firstpresident firstpresident
president of e Cornell University Unhersl and andformer andformer andformer
former Ambassador to Germany Gorman in dis discussing dlscuaelng discoming ¬
cussing his Impressions of Roosevelt In InEurope InEUrope inEurops
Europe EuropeDr EUropeDr V
Dr White returned this morning after aftera
a four months trip abroad According to tohis tohis tohis
his view Col Roosevelt savod sa sav > oo the coun country country country ¬
try from socialism and Is one oT our ourgreatest ourgreatest ourgreatest
greatest Presidents He sold soldAlthough ooldAlthough raidAlthough
Although some Englishmen and others othersmay othersmD othersmay
may mD shrug their shoulders and question questionthe quostlonthe questionthe
the taste of a statesman statesman from one court country coUn coUntry courttry ¬
try giving glvin advice to another country countrynevertheless countr countrnevertheless countrynevertheless
nevertheless I think 1on on the whole the thepeople theveole thepeQple
people of England liked Mr Roosevelts RooseveltsGuildhall ROOsoveltsGuildhall RooseveltsGulidliall
Guildhall speech They The might have re resented resented resented ¬
sented It from any anyone one else but not from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr Roosevelt To them Roosevelt Is IsRoosevelt I IRoosevelt isRoosevelt
Roosevelt and they the recognized also that thathis thathis thathis
his remarks were keen and pungent pungentthe pungenttJu pungenttile
the tile remarks of a n statosman statesmanOf statosmanOt statosmanV
V Of course I am a great admirer of
Roosevelt and I think that It is i a great greathonor greathonor greathonor
honor that has been shown him The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only thing comparable to the reception receptionhe
he has received Is that accorded Presi President President President ¬
dent Grant and that was a military mllltal ova ovation ovation ovation ¬
tion It seems to be all classes that re receive recehc receivo ¬
ceive Mr Ir Roosevelt RooseveltIn V VIn
In my m opinion he will go down as asone asone asone
one of the greatest in our line of Presi Presidents Presldonts Presidents ¬
dents
Sailors Ml 3lla II IJ South Carolina CarolinaNorfolk CarolinaNorfolk CarolinaNorfolk
Norfolk Va June 17 110ne One hundred hundredseamen hundredseamen hundredseamen
seamen from the new battle ship South SouthCarolina SouthCaroHna SouthCarolina
Carolina returning here last night from fromvarious fromvarIous fromvarious
various parts of the country countr > after a amonths amonths amonths
months leave of absence found that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their ship had just sailed for New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to meet former President Roosevelt The Themen Themm Thernn
men will enjoy themselves themselv ashore here hereuntil hereuntil hereuntil
until the South Carolina returns to the theI
I Norfolk Navy Yard next Monday MondayFrom lIonda lIondaOnr MondayOur
Our Language InnguageFrom LanguageFrom
From Harpers Weekly WeeklyI
I hear Jack got up an Aerial AerIal Express ExpressCompany ExpressCom ExpressCompany
Company CompanyOh Com CompanyOh pan panOh
Oh thats all gone up upWell upWell upWoli
Well I hoard that something was up upwhen upwhen upwhen
when I was down there thereYes thereYes thereYes
Yes He couldnt get the aeroplanes aeroplanesto
to go up and so the company went up upl uplHell
Hell have a lot to pay pa up
Hes gone up the spouC spout Been sold soldup soldup soldup
up upDid
Did you have anything up on It V VOh
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V Well it came too high for me meI meIcouldnt meIcouldnt I Icouldnt
couldnt plank down downJacks downnclts downJacks
Jacks nclts folks will have to tocome come down downa
a little now nowUAless nowUt nowUitioss
UAless Ut less his rich uncle comes down and andsettle andsettle andsettle
settle him up upHe upHe upHo
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his un unle < le Is up to his tricks now nowPerhaps nowuperhaps nowPerhaps
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downtown downtownNo downto downtoijjnNo 1 1 1No V
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Strange Effect of Bird Seed ScedPram SeedFrcrA j jFnsrix
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ate a lot of canary cana seed mistaking it for forbreakfast torbreakfast forbreakfast
breakfast food and ever since he has hasbeen J1aseen hassleeping
been een sleeping sleeping with wlthhls his head under nisi nisiarm his hisarm hisarm
arm armThe armThe
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that there were 44 4 unl unlTeniues uniTtnitits us usTe3itIe5
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CHINESE IN JV1 MUTINYFOUR MUTINY MIITIYFOUR
FOUR ARE DROWNED BROIHBDMembers DROWNEDt DROWNEDMelllbers DROThEDMe1nVbr
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Members of lCrew Crew Jump Over Overboard OverlJoald OverV ¬
V board at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTHEY Pl1i1adel PhiladelphiaV PhiladelphiaTHEY Jll a aTHEY V
THEY WANTED TO GET ASHORE ASHOKEMutineer ASHOREluJncerA ASHORE3lntlneera
Mutineer Aboard the British Ship ShipHighland Shiphighland JIII JIIIJllgbJulltl
Highland Monarch Who Did Xot XotAttempt i ot otAttempt t tAtteZUltt
Attempt to Escape Arc rc PInceil in inIrori JI1Iron InlrenpDcflcd
Iron lrenpDcflcd Dcflccl Dcile < l Officer of 015111 Ship Who WhoDenied VitoDfI1Jetl VhtoDenied
Denied Them Shore Leave LeavePhiladelphia lcutPplIad LeavePhiladelphia
Philadelphia PplIad lplila June 17 17Four Four Chinese Chinesemembers Chinesemem1 Chipesemembers
members mem1 > ers of tho crew of the British BritlBhstcamshfp Brlt1hatoamflhfp British8tani8li1p
stcamshfp Highland H ghhmd V Monarch were werodrowncd weredrowned weredrowned
drowned this morning when they and andsixteen andsteen andsixt
sixteen sixt other Celeetals attempted to es escape 01cane escape ¬
cape from the vessel essel as it wasfcalllng for lorAuckland torAuckland forAuckland
Auckland New Zealond Three others otherswho otherswho otherswho
who had a narrow escape from death deathwere deathwere deathwere
were rescued by b tho police and taken takento takento takento
to the statlonhouge and the rest of the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese are In irons aboard ship The Thefatal Thefatal fheratal
fatal break for liberty followed a a small smallmutiny smallmutiny mall mallmutiny
mutiny on the part of the yellow men menThe mtnThe menThe
The Highland Monarch has ha been in inport InPQrt inport
port for three weeks at Point Breeze Breezeloading BreezEIl Breezeloading
Il loading adlng case oil for New Zealand and andall anda andall
all a l that time the Chinese members of the thecrew thecrew thecrew
crew were kept aboard as a there Is a afine aI afine
I fine of 500 00 imposed on a n ships captain captainby captainbY captainby
by the United States immigration law lawfor lawi iawfor
i for every Chinese sailor who escapes in inthis InI Inthis
this country countr The long confinement on onshipboard onshipboard onshipboard
I shipboard made especially irksome by bythe bythe
I the fact that the disgruntled Mongolians Mongolianshad MonoUansI Mongolianshad
I had to see their white shipmates enjoy enjoying enjoyshore enjoyIng ¬
ing shore liberty IIbert worked much dissatis dissatisfaction dl dissetisfaction eaU eaUfaction ¬
faction and last night the trouble troublereached troubleI troublereached
reached reachedboiling tho boiling point pointChases pointI pointChases
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I Chases Clu e211 the MnteSvith Knife KnifeOne KitileOne IIIC IIICOne
One of tho Chinamen asked the first firstmate firlltI firstmate
mate mafe Bowman for permission perml slon to go goashore goashore goashore
I ashore for a few hours and when the themate themat themate
mat mate refused retu cd the Chinaman drew a knife knifeHe knifeI knifeITo
I He H e chased Bowman around the deck un untllo unmo untile
tile one of the white men n in the crew crewtripped crewtripped crewtripped
tripped him up and disarmed him The Themutineer TheWliS Themutineer
mutineer was put in irons but that was wasonly wasonly Wa Waonl
only onl the beginning of the trouble for an anhour anhOU anhour
hour hOU r later the whole delegation of Mon Mongolians MongOllans Moegohians ¬
golians made a n break for the side The TheEnglish TheEnglish TheEnglish
English sailors were lor waiting though thoughand U1ouShan thoughflfl1
and an < l after aft or a tussle tus le drove the Chinamen Chinamenbelow Chinamenbelow Chinamenbelow
below below and then aided by policemen kept keptguard keptguard keptguard
guard around the ship all night nightWhen nightWhen nightWhen
When the Highland Monarch weighed weighedanchor weighedancJior weighedanchor
anchor ancJior at 7 oclock this thl morning it was wasthought WK8thought wasthought
thought that the disorder had h d blown over overbut overbut overbut
but just as the ship passed through the thedraw thedill thedraw
draw dill at Penrose Ferry Bridge a dozen dozenChinese dOItnCh dozenChinese
Chinese Ch nWie raced up on deck eck from tror the stoke stokehold stokehold stakehold ¬
hold Seven of them plunged overboard overboardwithout otrooardwithout overboardwithout
without a moments hesitation but the theothers theoth0l8 theothers
others were grabbed by the white men menon mnon menon
on deck deckCftpt ducJtC deckCapt
Cftpt C pt Woods of the Highland Monarch Monarchsaw MonarchsAw MolMUchJ
saw J W tho men go over the rail and stop atopplng stopping stopping
ping tho ship ordered a boat manned He Healso Healso Healso
also blew his whistle hJetla to summon the thebridge thebrf thebrkge
bridge brf e tender and the th latter threw ropes ropest6 mpsto
t6 1 U Ulr th r Chinamen who were floundering flounderingabout iloundringabout ouoo rlng rlngabout
about In the water These The ropes tb th mu mutineers mulinoers ¬
I
tineers refused to catch and in tb tIN fight fightto khtto flghtto
to reach shore against a lnst a strong StroD tide four fourof fOllrof fourof
of them sank The other three reached reachedshore rMChe4shore reachedshore
shore where they wore caught at once onceby onceby onceby
by tho police policeTAFT pollaeTAFT policeTAFT
TAFT TO GO SLOW SLOWMoodys SLOWt SLOWMoodys SLOW3oodys
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Moodys Successor Not to BeiKamed BeiKamedfor BcNamcdfor B i amcd amcdfor
for Some Time TimePresident TimeFrosldent TimePresident
President Taft will not be be1aut7 hOV V tatsty in innanjing Innaolng innaning
nanjing a successor 8UecS Or to Ju Jut Justice tlo Moody Moodyof Moodyof iood
of 01 tho Supreme Court if the latter is re retired retlrcd retired ¬
tired by b act of Congreae CongreaeUnder CongrMSUnder CongreesUnder
Under tho resolution now before fore Con Congress COItgr Congross ¬
gross gr SS Justice Moody will have five or orpossibly orposSibly t tpOSSibly
possibly six months in which to retire retireTho retireTho retireThe
Tho President it is known will not act actbefore actb actbefore
before b fore the expiration o 01 the period of ofconsideration ofconsideration ofconsideration
consideration to be given stv Jt the Justice and andprobably andprobnbl andprobably
probably will not name Mr Mopdys Mo ds ICe successor ICecessor suecessor ¬
cessor until next winter winterThe winterThe inter interV interTime
V The President foS actuated by a a foaling foalingof
of delicacy delicacyThe doIlcac doIlcacThe delicacyThe
The fact that Mr Taft will not flH flHthis iUtthis Il Ilthis
this acancytobe for months montBstor for it Is Isrecognized Isrecognized Isrecognized
recognized that the resolution of retire retirement reUmmont retiremont ¬
mont will become law lawwilt will prove of ofmoment ofmoment ofmoflent
moment to the business interests of the thecountry thecountr thecountry
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Noted Sporting Writer Strioken on onBroadway onBroadway onBroadway
Broadway BroadwayNew BroadwayXow
New York June 17 17Jam James a B Bag Barley BagIcy BagIcy ¬
Icy familiarly tamlUarl known under his nom do doplume doplume doplume
plume of Gym fell dead on Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way at Thirtyninth street tonight tonightIn tonightIn
In the crowd that gathered round roundwere roundwere roundwere
were George Considine and Kid Mc McCoy McCo MeCoy ¬
Coy Co They Immediately Identified the thebody tllobody thebody
body Dr Thompson who came in an anambulance anambullincc anambulance
ambulance from the New York Hos Hospital Hospital Hospital ¬
pital thought that Bagley had died diedfrom diedfrom diedfrom
from heart disease or apoplexy The Thebody ThebOdy Thebody
body was was temporarily t removed to the theWest theost theWrest
West ost Thirtieth street station stationBagley stationBnglcy stationBagley
Bagley was fifty years ears old He was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born In Philadelphia He H began his hisnewspaper hisnew hitsnewspaper
newspaper new paper career on tho Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPress PhlIadelphltlPress PhiladelphiaPress
Press He was first known to the pub public public publie ¬
lic as a a prizewinning oarsman oarsmanAt oarsmanAt oarsmanAt
At various times he was wassporUng sporting od odItor odItor cCitor
Itor of tho Now York American the theEvening Ut UtEe theEvening
Evening Ee lng Journal the Mornlcg Tola Tolagraph Tnlegraph Tolograph
graph and the Evening Mall MailDont MallDont MallDont
Dont Marry the Man HanFrom ManFrom ManFitini
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Who Is a pessimist pessimistWho pcssimlstWho pessimistWho
Who Is a n spendthrift spendthriftWhose spendthriftWhoso spendthriftV spendthriftVhoso
V Whose word you ou cannot rely upon uponWhose upont uponWhos0
t Whose highest ambition ambIUonis is to become becomerich becomerI becomerich
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meeting engagements engagementsWho eusagementsWho engagementsWho
Who believes that all courting should shoulddone btf btfdone bedone
done before marriage marriageWho marriageWho marriagelmo
Who lmo believes that a woman wom woman n should have haveno haveno haveno
no interests outside her home homeWho homeYho homeWho
Who Is unsympathetic cold and deaf doa to toany toany toany
any demand outside of business businessWho businessVho businessWho
Who Vho loses his temper and indulges In Inprofanity Inprofanit inprofanity
profanity profanit on the slightest provocationWllo provocation provocationWIIo provocatiomuWho
Who is Is always thinking of himself and andexpects andexpects andexpects
expects everybody else to wait on him himWho himWho himWho
Who thinks that a comfortable home homeand homeand homeand
and plenty to eat and wear should satisfy satisfyany satI5 satI5any satisfyany
any woman womanWho womanWho womanWho
Who thinks that the woman who gets getshim getshim getshim
him for a a husband will be lucky luck beyond beyondthe beQnthe beyondthe
the rest of her sex sexWho sexWho sexWho
Who Is secretive and constantly cover covering coverIng covering ¬
ing up his tracks and on his is guard lest lesthe lesthe lesthe
he betray his real self selfWho sellVho selfWho
Who bosses his sisters and does not notthink notthlnlc notthink
think It necessary to show them the same samoconsideration sameconsideration sameconsideration
consideration as other girls girlsWho girlsWho girlsWho
Who Is always talking t lklng about what he hewill hewilt liewill
will do when lithe the old man Is dead and andhe andhr andhe
he gets control of the property propertyWho propertyVho V
Who regards his cigars drinks and andother andother andother
other dissipations as necessities but who whowould whowout whowould
would wout < 1 consider his wifes meager allow allowance allowance allowance ¬
ance a a luxury luxuryWho luxuryVho luxuryWho
Who Is domineering and arbitrary and andtyrannizes andt andtyrannizes
tyrannizes t 7annlzes over the weak and all who are areundej areunc11r areunder
under him while he cringes before the therich theI therich
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jority of these precious lives Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these theseiniantile theseinfantile theseinfantile
infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of ofnarootio narcotic preparations Drops tinctures tincturesand tinoturesand tinotureasoothing
and soothing syrups sold o1d for childrens complaints contain more or less les opium or ormorphine ormorphine ormorphine5
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Castoria very useful usefulm in the cure of complaints of children childrenDr childrenDr children1Lt1 V
1Lt1 Dr William C Bloomer of Cleveland Ohio says In my practice I am amglad amglad ant1h
1h 6 6irV irV h4r glad to recommend your Castoria knowing it is perfectly harmless and andalways andatwayssatisfactory andl
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Continued from Page FIve FlvetBowne FheBowne FIveBowne
Bowne of Asbttry Purfc acted as best bastnutn bfJ bestroan t tman
man for his brother and Mr Ralph RalphDavis R Ralphlavi 1PIa 1PIalJavU
Davis of Youngstown Ohio cousin eou la of the thebride tbebride thebride
bride tb tile Rev Sanracl R Swift assist assistant 1UI assistant It Itant ¬
ant pastor of the church h b Mr Hay Stew StewSJtGetar Stewart Stewart
SJtGetar art Gelar Mr George M Coffey Mr C CHoward CHowar4 CHoward
Howard Roderick and Mr Il Edmund EdmundJones EdmundJones
Jones were ver ushers ushersFollowing ushersFoliowing
Following the ceremony a reception receptionwas receptionwas
was held in the pastors study at the thechurch thechurch
church and nd later in the evening the theyoung tbeyoun theyoung
youn young coupso couple left Washington for their theirfuture theirfuture theirfuture
future home in Herbertsvtlle Herbert vtlle N No J where wherea
a large reception waS waSlield held in compliment complimentto c pllm6nt pllm6ntto
to them last evening by the ladies of the thechurch thechurch
church of which Mr Bowne Is pastor pastorMr paatorIr pastorMr
Mr Ir and Mrs lIr J C Bowne of Asbury AsburyPark AsburyPark
Park parents JH rants of the bridegroom were werehero werehero ere
hero for the coremony ceremonyMrs coremonyMrs
Mrs Richard Towns Townsend nd mother of Mrs MrsPeter lrsPeter MrsPeter
Peter Goelet Gerry is expected shortly shortlyat sh rU rUat
at Sea Verge the Gerry GOIr villa me at New Newport Newport ¬
port portCount portCount
Count de Bufascrct Bu ct tho Belgian Min Minister Miiilater ¬
later spent yesterday ye torda In Baltimore where wherehe wh whereh re
he h was tho guest of honor of Mr Alex Alexander Alexantler ¬
antler T LeftwIch at his home 12 East EastPreston EastPreston
Preston Pr ton street who had a party of gen gentlemen gentlcmen gentlcmen ¬
tlcmen to meet tho count countSenator countSenator countSenator
Senator Cullom with ith his sisterinlaw sisterinlawand sisterln1Band sisterinlawand
and granddaughter Miss Fisher and Miss MissEleanor MI55Ele MissEleanOr
Eleanor Ele n r Cullom RIdgely Rld Ridge eb will leave Wash Washington WashIngton VashIngton ¬
ington as soon as Congress adjourns to tospend tospend tospend
spend the remainder of the summer at atHighland atHighland atHighland
Highland Park 111 111The 111The IllThe
The Assistant Secretary of War and andMrs and1lrs andMrs
Mrs Robert Shaw Oliver went to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York V Thursday Thursla Mrs Oliver onv r will sail sailfor sailCor sailfor
for Europe today to spend tho summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The British Ambassador and Mrs MrsBryco MrsD17co MrsBryco
Bryco who were visiting Miss Emily EmilyTuckerman EmUYTuckerman EmilyTuckerman
Tuckerman at Stockbrldge Stoc tbridse have gone go e to toBoston toBoston toBoston
Boston on their way to tho summer summerembassy summorenbass summerembassy
embassy enbass at Dublin N H HMr HMr HMr
Mr Herbert Putnam Librarian of Con Congrass Congress Congross
grass is a guest est of Mr Richard B Bow Bowkor Bowkat BOWkor
kor In Stockbrldge St ckbrldgE Mass MassThe MassThe MassThe
The former Minister from Nicaragua Nicaraguaand Nicaraguaaml Nicaraguaand
and Mme Luis F Corea and their two twochildren twochildren twochildrenare
children childrenare are at the Portland whero they theytook theytook theytook
took an apartment two months ago agoMrs agoMrs agoMrs
Mrs Robert Leo Swope of Dallas DallasTox DallasTex DallasTox
Tox sister of Mrs Irs A Cohn and Mrs MrsB MrsB MrsB
B Rich of Fourteenth street Is hore on ona onn ona
a n two months visit visitYOTTRG vIsitYOUNG visitYOIJING
YOUNG PUPILS PUPllSGIVE GIVE RECITAL EEQITAIOlnsH RECITALOIa8ft RECITALClass
Class of 3IIH Berdn S Wilson Under UnderSixteen UntlcrSixteen UnderSixteen
Sixteen Years of Age AgeStudents AgeStudents
Students from the class of Miss Berda EerdaStewart BerdaStewart BerdaStewart
Stewart Wilson assisted by Mr W V C CMills CMills
Mills tenor gave a recital r cltalat at Carroll CarrollInstitute CarrollInstitute carrollInstitute
Institute Hall last night Miss Uss Hazol HazolChisliolm HazolChlsll01m HazelChisholm
Chisliolm vho ho played Fields Concorto Concortodisplayed Concortodisplayed Concertodisplayed
displayed her well developed technique techniqueMiss technique11185eJnn techniqueMiss
Miss 11185eJnn eJan Ayler Alll ten years old did re remarkably remarkably remarkably ¬
markably well with Mendelssohns MendelssohnsSpinning MendelssohnsSpInning Iendelssohn5SpInning
Spinning Song All the pupils taking takingpart takingpart takingpart
part In the programme are under n r six sixteen sixten sixteen
teen years of age ageMr ftgoMr agoMr
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well rendered arid enthusiastically ro received rocelved rocelved ¬
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programme Miss Lillian Burch Miss MissIsabelle MissIsabelle Ilss IlssJsabeIJe
Isabelle Allen Miss Lucy Graves Miss MissS MissS MissSelona
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Miss Grace Atkinson Miss fss Margaret MargaretWebster 1I MftrgaretWebster 1rgaret 1rgaretWebster
Webster Miss Miriam M Atkinson AtkinsonMaster AtkinsonMaster AtkinsonMaster
Master Melvin Myers M ers Miss Dorothy DorothyBurch DorotbyBurch DorothyBurch
Burch Miss Irene Anderson Miss Edna EdnaBushey EdnaBushe EdnaBusboy
Busboy Bushe Miss Jean Ayler Miss Elizabeth ElizabethYost EllzlbothYost ElizabethYost
Yost Miss Eloanore Earnshaw Miss MissLInnIo MissLlnnlo MissLinnio
LInnIo Chambers Miss Esther I Mur Murphy Murphy Murp2w
phy Master Ralph Weschler Miss Mil Mildred Mildred MUdred
dred Price Master Roger Gessford Miss MissCatherine MissCatherine MlssCatherIne
Catherine Tonge Miss Dorothy Gess Gessford Gessford Gessford ¬
ford Miss Dorothy Dorothy McCauley McCaule Miss MissMary MissMary MissMary
Mary PastIes Miss Chorellis Ch re1lls Dixon DixonMiss Dixon11lss DixonMiss
Miss Edna Dixon and Miss 11ss Hazel Chis Chlsholm Chisholm Chishohmn
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I The Homecoming ofT of Teddy TeddyUndoubtedly eddy eddylndoubtedly
Undoubtedly the Big Story for Sunday papers will be the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return to this country of Cot Roosevelt The Big Stick has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been laid about the shoulders of European rulers and now the thewhole thewhole theV thewhole V
whole nation is expectant for or soon we will learn the views of the theformer theformer theformer
former President on matters which have occupied public attention attentionduring attentiondurin attentiondurin
during durin his absence absenceIhe absenceIhe V
Ihe 1 he Deception eception to Col Roosevelt at New York will be fully fullydescribed fullydescribed fullydcscHbed
described m mI V VV
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V HERALD HERALDSUNDAY V VSUNDAY
SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 1910Congress 1910Congress 1910Congress
Congress aviation JeffriesJohnson fight sane Fourth and andscores andscores andscores
scores of other topics will be dealt with in timely ti ely and interesting interestingarticles interestingarticles interestingarticles
articles articlesThere articlesT articlesThere
There T ere will be a page of snapshots oi members mem ers of Congress CongressThe congressTh ongress ongressThe
The Th part the Chantecler craze will play in the celebration of ofIndependence ofIndependence ofIndepehdence
Independence Day DayWhy DayVhy V
Why there are fewer marriages in Washington than in other othercities othercities othercities
cities of the same population populationOrigin populationOrigin V VV VOrigin
V Origin and significance significanceVf of Vf wedding rings ringsTurnvereins ringsTurnvereins V VV VV V V V V V
V V Turnvereins are celebrating the centennial of the th founding foundingof
of the German societies societiesImportant societiesImportant societiesImportant
Important roles played by private secretaries to rulers and andchief andchief andchief V
chief executives executivesA ecutives ecutives1he V VV VIhe V
1he First Social Season Seasonof Seasonof
of the Taft Administration AdministrationA 11 11A
A restrospect of the past year year ear in the official circles with withsketches withsketches withsketches
sketches of the first lady in the land and the women of the Presi Presidents Presidents Presidents ¬
dents official family who contributed to the success successmlders successBuilders successGreat
Builders r of Great Trim TrimHow Trunk I ILIneS
Lines LinesHoiv V VV VVHoiv
Hoiv Robert Scott Lovett a Texas T xas boy left home because becausehis becausehis becausehis
his father wanted wantedhim him to be a physician became a day laborer onj onja 0 0a or ora
a new railroad then a great lawyer and eventually the successor successorof success successof V
of Edward H Harriman HarrimanOddly HarrimanOddly V
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V VOddly
Oddly enough while Lovett was grubbing stumps and CutS cutjting cut cutting CutSting
ting brush Benjamin F Yoakum organizer of the Rock Island Islandand Islandand V VV
V and Frisco system who spent 175000000 in eleven years was wasdriving wasdrivil1g w as asdriving
driving a span of mules and operating a scraper scraP r on another rail railway railway railway ¬
way in in Texas TexasLovetts TexasLovett TexasLovetts V
Lovetts 5 relations with Jay Gould the skilled speculator with withCollis withCoIIis V VCollis
Collis P Huntington who knew where railways should be built builtbut builtbut builtbut
but was always hard up because he did not understand how to toborrow toborrow toborrow
borrow money and with Edward H Harriman Harrim n who consolidated consolidatedand consolidate consolidateand V Vand
and developed but was not patient enough to toconstrucL construct j V VV
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