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6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY Y MAY 31A 31 t 1000 lO
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KENTUCKY KENTUCKYUNVEILS KENTUCKYUNVEILSSTATUEOF UNVEILS UNVEILSSTATUE
WuEJFUSCOll WuEJFUSCOllHodgenville STATUE STATUEOF OF LINCOLN LINCOLNI
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Hodgenville Thronged With WithDistinguished WithDistingiished VithDisting
Distinguished Disting shed Visitors for forthe forthe or orthe
the Ceremonies CeremoniesContinued
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Continued from First Page PageE Pa PaSCI
E SCI < ri < f the ceremonies begn The ex excivises exr
civises r J i s began promptly promJt 7 at at11 11 oclOckSpeec1unakingJ oclock oclockSpeechmaking ociOckSpeecIum21dng
Speechmaking SpeechmakingJurtgp Speec1unakingJJildgl
Jurtgp George Geo e Durolle accepted the thej thepatilt theFtatIc
j patilt atiif on behalf of the t tk Lincoln Monu Monuirifnt Monurnront Monu2Irt
irifnt ronmlsslon onml slon GorX Go Augustus E EW EWlson FLdson
W Wlson dson l son accepted it on behalf of the thePtaif thetd thet4
Ptaif td of f Kentucky and the Hon D H HSmith HSmith Hrnit
Smith rnit ou Ill behalf of T the county count all allmaking allmaking allniakng
making brief addresses addressesAfter addreasesftEr addreeefter
After ftEr this the benediction was pro prorounded proD protunc4
rounded D un Id John MatJierton of Louis Louisville Loulsillf LouisAt ¬
ville illf At presided at the exercises exercisesAfter e exerciseeAfter ercLse ercLseftpr
After ftpr they t ey were finished the visitors visitorswere visitorsWfrf visitorsescorted
were escorted es < orted to the court room where whereTinfh wherehnrh whererwh
Tinfh rwh was served Carriages were in inwaiting InWaiting inwalting
waiting and the visitors were then thentak then1akn thentakn
tak 1akn < n ft fbr > r a drive to the Lincoln farm farmtr
tr SPP the work in progress on the Me Memorial lIemodal MeTnrriai ¬
modal Hall The returning retlrnln trains left leftHodgenville leftH leftJ1ndgentll
Hodgenville H ndgpnvil1 for Louisville at 330 330oclock 330dolIt 3OCc1o
oclock Cc1o dolIt k
Wattersons Address AddressIn
In his address addre s Col Watteraon began begantvith beganiutit
tvith 1 < lth a sketch of the men who laid the thefoundation thefllmdation thef
foundation f rndation of the Republic and the theconditions theconditions theConditions
conditions which had provoked the war warof warof Warof
of the t hI sections evolving Abraham Lin Lincoln Llnoln LinOIfl ¬
coln oln out of the tIi primitive elements of ofAmerican ormrilan ofamerican
American life lit and thought tkou ht and contin continued contJnled contn contnI ¬
led uedI
I grew to manhood In the midperiod midperiodCf
Cf tie Republic The keynote of the thepopular thepopular thepopular
popular aspiration was love for the theUnion thornion thenion
Union nion It wag Intense overmastering overmasteringallpervasive overmasteringanpervasive overmasteringallpervasive
allpervasive The merest handful at atthe atthe atthe
the North scarcely more than a aigroup asIOllp arup
igroup rup at the South ventured a discord discordBit dlse disrdk3tt rd rdlkt
Bit when the ftnal trial came the theone theonf theone
one American who held to the keynote keynoteTV
TV nas as a Abraham Lincoln He could not notTIP notpp notb1
TIP diverted from rom it He stood Doric Doricthe Dorictll Donethe
the tll > embodiment of the t e Union We owe oweits oWeits oweits
its preservation to t t is a wisdom to his hisintegrity hisImebrrHy hisintegrity
integrity to his firmness and his cour courage courag couxagr ¬
age ag As none other than Washington Washingtonfould Washingtonuuld
uuld have led the armIes > of the Revo Revolution R Rvoution vo vo1ution ¬
lution ution from Valley Forge to Yorktown Yorktownjion YorktownThno
non other than Lincoln could have havemaintained havemaintained havemaintained
maintained the Government G ernment from fromemitter tromUIltEt fromowuter
emitter to Appomattox All of us usnow usnw usThW
now are Unionists and although upon uponthf uponth uponth
thf th South side of the school room the theeducational thefducational theeducational
educational process p was somewhat somewhatwarming aomewhatwarming somewhataarming
warming seeming extra disciplinary disciplinarypartaking diselpUnaryIartakins disciplinarypartaking
partaking overmuch as some me thought thoughtf
t f 1 birch and ferrule we are none the theless theJess theless
less Unionists that we ranged our ourseivrs ourPl ourselvrs
seivrs Pl in Confederate ranks and made madefaces madetas madefates
faces at the schoolmaster schoolmasterGod schoolmasterGod schoolmasterGod
God Rules RulesGod RulesGod RulesGtd
God rules the world the winds and andthe andtll andt
the tll t tie > wave He raises mortals to the thes thekip8 theKipi
s kips apd He casts them dewn beneath beneaththe ooneath ooneaththe benethtAe
the surface of the th earth In Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbraltamLlwoln AbrahamLiroin
Lincoln He gave a symbol of American Americanilberty AmericanUberty Amerin1berty
ilberty and a type t pe of otAmiplle American n manhood manhoodwiikh malthoodilich manhoodIIlclL
wiikh ilich might be marked and known of ofail otall ofalt
ail men and seen n from afar gnarled of efbark ofbark ofbark
bark fine of grain of fiber solid oltd lid and andtexture andtexture andtexture
texture adapted to all ue UMS and capable capableo
ol o exquisite polish polishIn
In 1 his caiitr Call r we may learn what whatou whatw
w ou Amtrican Amt rican partisan ought to be as asdistinguished aslstingulshcd asttingutshed
distinguished from what he ought not to tofc toIc tot
fc t We Ve e only need to read the docu documentary docunientary ¬
mentary 1 history of his administration administrationto
to discover that he was not merely in inintellect litntelle 1stlntelledt
intellect ntelle < t the foremoet man of his tints tintsbut tlm tlmbt tintsbut
but that in character he ranks with the thefew thefew theZcw
few great men of all time timejn timeIn timein
In collision with him the rest r rank rankas rankas rankas
as but pasteboard men He grows In Inlength InIHtgt1 In1ngti
length in breadth and thickness the thel thelnger the1rger
l lnger < nger we survey him True to his hislijtai hisIdlcaL hisIjat
lijtai he never nei r missed the cue but buttiioinih but1Iull buttwutt
tiioinih 1Iull 1 facing a constant stress auof auoficltner of ofVrcatner ofettiler
Vrcatner ettiler sorely tried from nour to hour hourtit hourJ hourkc
tit J never llt > tr lost nis balance or tore a apasi Itpasiun aasfiifl
pasi pasiun asfiifl < m to tatters His HS was the genius geniusr
t r ommon < sense the soul uI I of common commonlujnesty eomm OflIflOCburlrsty ft ft1I1Joty
lujnesty Knowing Kno1n the people he h hI intf intff psjrk
f rk I < hand to Ue pulse Ul e of the nation nationded nationj
j ids ded ° > d its distemper and was ready readyiv readyH11
iv i H11 AU ifr a remedy remedyLincolns remed remedLincolns reniedLincolns
Lincolns Politics PoliticsM Po tics
M 1 hrive cne ye said that he was u a Republican Republicanjiii
jiii I U usan In point of fact he was w an unciO anh antocience
ciO h < nscience LnHi nce Whip 7hI commissioned by byu byLid y yfI
Lid u fI < 1 10 o steer the ra r rjrk < k of the Union Unionthrough Uniontllrougl1 Uniontlriugit
through the th twc tV extreme and ad te rescue rescueit ieecuL
it L rom 1 shipwreck Ivw reck Hfe was an and amlslavry andsla antiiavr
slavry sla iavr 1 man hut Ht < was never an anAbolitionist 8JIlbitionlst anJbitiOt1i5t
Abolitionist he e Became eCSIfl a war com commander coiniflander om ommand ¬
mander mand r but T st II stood in awe of ofthe oftrt oftLt
the Constitution and his h oath as a amagistrate amathtnHe amnisttate
magistrate Hn H ti one aim his single singlepurpose 8I singlepurJiie cte ctepUllO
purpose pUllO was ti ave a ve the Union wifli witlor wiator I Icr
or without slavery slaveryHe IlIaHnHe sLvyHe
He did sav it Ii yielding yieoldl not at ail ailto allto altto
to prrty P < rty clamor too often contrived by bysetlrJtfl bys
s hcjing zealots and whooped up by bynui byJOIY byTLu
nui JOIY y minoritits s and today it to the theexample thee theexample
example e < tmple whi wbfi hl < l < moves ioye a cairn enlight enlightened enlightened enhightcued ¬
ened and jMtiotlf Vt itrotie I rotit occupant cupant of the
Presidential office officelike like himself a life lifenl
tef nl Republican and a Republican par p perTitaiL r
twan TO reaeh forth his arms ar as it itt IttJ Itt
t tJ t > ferKp brt in their th ir embrace the whole wtaolerNplr wholei wholeIpoplc
Ipoplc i ° pt seeking s < > o win their good opin opinIKI opInI
IKI 1 Sri I > yearning y < 3rnin for th ttt t pproval of each eachari esichatii ch chUTiI
ari UTiI < l fvoryon r onf < o them themWhether themil themVhetiir
Whether il t 1Ir they tt ey give it in detail or di divrtr ellrfl
vrtr rfl ir upon tli tilt iruidtntul irddt nttil issues of the thefTup thetnp i
fTup ther the will not withhold it in the theKg ther theiggrgatc
iggrgatc Kg ideate r gatf sud since a vigorous oppo opposition ojpuloiliH oppeh ¬
sition h i I is indispensable to good govern governrifiit governYIllt governI
rifiit I I t iis 1 Is wise be moderation mO < era of and tmn tmnjoTrnt trans transfxt
joTrnt 0 HI fxt t integrity give Jri ve w the promise of ofen ofto ofan
en < > r position based upon principle rath rather rt rttr rathec ¬
er than faction aeifrespectias and re reitiiful Feie iejtliuiupnigi1t
itiiful ie jtliuiupnigi1t ful upright clean and kind kindDRYS kindDRYS kindDRYS
DRYS WANT PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIAIiTTSBUHG PENNSYLVANIAITTSBURG PENNSYLVANIAIITTSBURG
IiTTSBUHG Pa May Mal tay ItThe The
1 Or W G YOIla Young of 0 Louisville LouisvilleMf LooI8YIIIJ
Mf J t president 11 iident of the National Anti AntiSaloon Antla Antialoon
Saloon a IJon league wjo W spoke here to toda toJa tothl
da Ja v declared that the entire forces forcesat
at II t tltr t Lt command of th the AntiSaioon AntiSaioonTx AntJSi AntiSaloonwere on onpogUt
Tx pogUt gu were t t6 be thrown into Penn Pennftivanla Penftf
f ftivanla vania a n la in the fight gilt for a local op
ton law
BERRIES CHEAP CHEAPVOODSTOWJC CHEAPWoUl CHEAPWtoDSTOV
WoUl VOODSTOWJC > 8TOWN N J 1 May JLThere JLThereIB
IB II nn a n immense crop eTO of strawberries In Inh InIt InI
h I < vicinity of Woodstown O d8town and fine finefnes finetIe
fnes 11 tIe < 0 are selling n t retail reta on the t1MfIX Streets strsilaix StreetsFIX
FIX boxes foi X vents
Tomorrow nerving iIIA there will float floatofr
0 ofr or 1 the watery grave y of the warships warshipsurn wanbl wanblurnbelllod warshipsuruherJj
< urn urnbelllod uruherJj be i land and an < < OWMMW in Cnesa CnesaIfakf Cbeaxak ChesaItakc
Ifakf Bay a floral tfiu ftusWoned of offlowers offlowf
flowers flowf 11 w ers > rs some of wMkilt wfli cn aIiDe > B from the thear theareng therhens
ar areng < Iena of ti the > Pre Peat f nt ftf the United UnitedStates UnttedStattII Uniteditates
States some of them from the North Northpn
i pn nf nl < 1 others 01 her from the South SouthTwo SoutbTwo SouthTwo
Two veterans of the battle waged wagedHampton w ecl tll tllHamlton n nHaiipton
Hampton Rttads almost almo t half a century centuryago centUJ7Jt centu7sgo
ago Jt o will plae this tribute on < > n the wa ware watprl Warp
tprl < re H loving lovln tribute to the comrades comradeswho tOIIIrt comradeswho Ies Iesho
who ho hoisted UK No Surrender Sur nder flag to toth toth tothe
th the truck uf f t hiP he Cumberland umb rlancJ or who whovent whont whoIt
vent It nt to th tbe buttjmi on n the ti > bloody dwKs dwKsof dd dOi5of 8 8of
of the Cong Con Congrhf s sThf
Thf 111 rhf boat torl RHM laiin n1ilf hf > r < l hirr ore this af afternoon afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon by St t pinii ph I 15 Wiiitivv iitn hitiiv < Y and his hiseon hi hisrn hiefn
eon Mr fr WTiItnsy hltn Is I a veteran of the theStjnl theS theSn1
Stjnl S nl Ooips Outa QP ami an for to seven years he heI
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F I CENTRAL FIGURES FIGURESIN IN THE PARADE I
Old Guard Marching Up Avenue AvenueG1HETO AvenuePUBLIC AvenuePUBLIC
PUBLIC REVIEWS REVIEWSG
G1HETO G1HETOGrizzled G ft A R FL VETERANS VETERANSGrizzled
Grizzled oldiers Follow FollowRoute Foll FollowRouteTraversed w wRouteTraversed
Route RouteTraversed Traversed Fifty FiftyYears Fiftytears Fiftyrears
Years Ago AgoContinued AgoContinued AgoContinued
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Continued from First t Page Pagetanlzatians PagoIantzatlons Pageganizadons
tanlzatians took electric ears for for or Arl Arlington ArlIngtOll Artlngtoft ¬
ington ingtonThe IngtOllThe lngtoftThe
The line was formed as follows followsFormation followsFormation fOllowsFormation
Formation of Line LineMajor LineMajor LineMajor
Major E R Campbell officer olttc r of otUte otUteday the theday thedaY
day and marshal marshalJohn mar1taJJohn marshalJohn
John G Maynard officer of the g guud guudFrederick guandFrederick a d dFrederick
Frederick S Hodson and p O Howard Howardaides HowaT4laides HoWardaides
aides aidesDetachment aidesDetachment aidesDetachment
Detachment of mounted police PolfeeBrsgade poUceBrsade policeBrgade
Brsgade Band u1dF D C N G Donald G GMaoLeod GlaoLeod GMaoLeod
MaoLeod leader leaderFourth leaderBourtb leaderFourth
Fourth Battalion B8 lon National Guard D DC DC DC
C Major Anton Stephan Stepaank stepbancommanding Stephancommanding
commanding commandingUnited commandingUaited commandingUnited
United States k Marine Band Lieut W WH WH r rH
H Santelmann leader leaderOld leaderOld leaderOld
Old Guard Lieut William H Fuse Fusecommanding F Feommandlng Fusscommanding
commanding commandingDepartment eommandlngDejMUtment commandingDepartment
Department commander commanderDepartment commanderDepartment commanderDepartment
Department officers and official staff staffPast statrPpt staffPast
Past department commanders commandersMembers commandersMembers commandersMembers
Members of the staff of the commander commamlerlnchief commandertItchier commander1pchlef
lnchief lnchiefJohn tItchierJn 1pchlefJohn
John A Rawlins Post Po t No 1 S R RSt RStratton BStratton
St Stratton rat ton commander commanderKit comma Bdor BdorKit mlorKit
Kit Carson Car on Post No 2 John Miduleton Miduletoncommander lUdc1letoncommander MiddIoncommander
commander commanderLincoln commanderLincoln commanderLincoln
Lincoln Post No 3 A B Chatfield Chatfieldcommander Chatfieldcommander Chatiieldcommander
commander commanderGeorge commanderGeorge commanderGeorge
George G Meade Post No S William C CMason CMason CMason
Mason commander commanderU
U S Grant Post No 8 Burton R Rose Rosecommander ROBEcommander Rosscommander
commander commanderJames commanderJamell commanderJames
James A Garfield Poet No No7 7 John G GMaynard GMaynard GMaynard
Maynard commander commanderBurnsWe commanderBurnekle commanderBurnekie
BurnsWe Post No S William Emerson Emersoncommander Emersoncommander Emersoncommander
commander commanderPotomac commanderPotomac commanderPotomac
Potomac Post No 11 J l yJer ler Powell Powellcommander Powel1commander Powellcommander
commander commanderEWl commanderPhil commanderPhil
Phil Sheridan Post No 1A Charles M MRobinson MRobinson MRobinson
Robinson commander commanderLafayette COmlRfDlderLafayette commanderLafayette
Lafayette Post No NoO 28 James F Stone Stonecommander StonecommandEl Stonecommander
commander commanderFrederick commandElFrederick commanderFrederick
Frederick Douglass Post No 21 t B G GBrooKS GBrOOKS GBroo
BrooKS Broo + ts commander commanderCharles commanderCharles commanderCharles
Charles Sumner Post p No 8 R D Good Goodman GGCHJmut Goodman ¬
man commander commanderFarragut eommanderFarraot commanderFarragut
Farragut Post No 16 1 A F Dinsmore Dinsmorecommander Dlasmorecommander Dinamorecommander
commander commanderJohn commanderJ commanderJohn
John J obn A Logan Poet No 13 A B Fris Frisble Frigble Frisisle
ble commander commanderGeorge c cOmmanderGeorge mmand8fGeorge
George H Thomas Post No 15 1 Joseph JosephL Jo eph ephL
L I Langham Lan ham commander commanderHenry commanderHenry commanderHenry
Henry Wilson Post o t No 17 Charles H HPreston HPreston HPreston
Preston commander commanderiGeorge commanderGeorge commanderGeorge
George U Morris Post No io 19 R K KDuvall 1 1Duvall 1DuvaiI >
Duvall commander commanderAre commanderAreaaelned
Are Areaaelned assigned for memorial services at atcemeteries atceweterle atcemeterIes
cemeteries other than Arlington and andl end1il nd ndIl
l 1il ll not appear app r In the parade paradeDrum paradeDrum paradeDrum
Drum corps of the United States Ma Marine Martne Marifle ¬
rifle Band BandUnited BandUaKed BandUnited
United Spanish War ar Veterans Veter8 8 Depart Department D Departmont part partJlHmt ¬
mont of the District of o Columbia ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The department commander commanderTlie commanderTfle commanderThe
The department officers and staff staffPast stairPast staffPast
Past department commanders commandersCamp commandecmp commandersCamp
Camp No N l I N Dolph commander commanderCamp commaaderCamP commanderCamp
Camp No 2 C V Sayer commander commanderCamp commanderCamp I ICamp
Camp No 3 R H Wood commander commanderCamp commanderCamp commanderCamp
Camp No N 4 Richard Lamb commander commanderCamp commanderCamp commanderCamp
Camp No No5 S J S Zimmerman com comjnahdai commabder cornmatden
jnahdai mabderCamp matdenCamp jnahdaiCamp
Camp No No7 7 C N B Nicholson Nlchot n com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander manderCamp manderCamp manderCamp
Camp No No9 9 Charles S Piper com comtnander COJ1ntander cornmauder
tnander tnanderARMY mauderARMY ntanderAR
ARMY AR > Y AND NAVY UNION UNIONGen U UNIONGsa ION IONOen
Gen William F Barry Garrison No NoM XoC NoC
M C S Wilder Vll er commander commanderAdmiral commanderAdmiral I IAdmiral
Admiral David Dvl D Porter Garrison No NO1
6 Charles V Petteys commander commanderCol I ICol
Col Theodore Roosevelt Garrison No
71 1 A F Broacker BrOfl ker commander commanderGRAND commanderGRAND commanderCjRAND
GRAND DUKE DUKESERVES DUKESERVESWITH SERVES SERVESWITH SERVESWITH
WITH LINE REGIMENT REGIMENTST j ij i iST
1
ST PETERSBURG May 31 3JGrand 31GrandDuke Grand GrandDuke
Duke Michael Alexandrovitch the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger brother of Emperor Nicholas Nicholashas Kleholahaa Njcliolahag
has been aw appohated appoi oiat td d commander of a allsje alIee aline
line regiment of o cavalry stationed at atYelets aty atTeists
Yelets y H He will serve the customary customaryp customarypertod customarypOnlod
p pertod riod with th the regiment In the little littleprovincial littleprovtnclal littleprovincial
provincial town townThis townThis townThIs
This course is S unprecedented Grand Granddukes Grandduk Granddukes
dukes duk up to the present time have been beenpermitted beenpennlttecl beenpennltted
permitted to serve entirely in the elite eliteguard e1ltEpard eliteguard
guard regiments at St Petersburg the theraculatfoos theregmatJoaaa theregulations
raculatfoos requiring > s service rvic ia I the line lineregiments lineregl lineregiments
regiments regl before promotion having been beendisregarded beendl beendisregarded
disregarded dl renarded in their eases easesGrand e eGraltd caseaGrand
Grand DukeMichael Duke Michael however smart smarting smarting smartlog ¬
ing under the recent criticism in tho thodooma thodouma thedounm
dooma with wit reference t to favoritism favoritismshown favoritismhOWD favoritismshown
shown to tt the > grand dukes in army armyaffairs arnl arnlalraln armyaffairs
affairs insired i ed that there should be beno beno 10no
no exemption exem ttmt for him him
Veterans of Memorable Battle BattleLaunch BattleLaunch BattleLaunch
Launch Floral Boat Tomorrow
has launched a floral tribute to the thesailor thplor thesailor
sailor lor on the waters ol the Potomac PotomacThis PotomacTba PotomacThis
This year his boat Is to be an inter inters ioteect1ona1 Intersectional
s sectional affair and will be taken tn tnthe tt ttthe tothe
the scene of the great ftgkt between the tlipMerrimsc thpXae theIerrlmc
Merrimsc and the Monitor ottltor on the Nor Norfolk Xorfolk Norfolk ¬
folk boat this tb evening evenln Tomorrow Tomorrowmornintr TomorrJwIftOrnlng Tomorrowmorning
morning It will be turned over to toF W WF WF
F Larabee and J PrahM Richards at atOld atOld atOk
Old Point Comfort two veterans ve rans of ofthe t tthe fthe
the na navy Y7 y who will launch It agai In InHampton InHampten InHampton
Hampton Roads over the spot pot where whtrpthe whErpthe wherethe
the Cumberland Cum rland sank sankTli sankrho nk nkrIM
Tli rIM flowers with which the boat was wasdecorated wesdecoratecl W35decorated
decorated wore ore contributed by Ireaj Ireajdent Prellident Ireident
dent and Mrs M Taft and hundreds ls of ofCitizens orrtUze ofcitizens
Citizens rtUze in all I parts rt of the country countryHost country1xeR ountryHxtfII
Host were W re ree4ved fved ved from rom Salem Mass MassNewark MASSwak MassNewark
Newark wak N J New London Iowa IowaRochester IowaI IowaItoeheeter
Rochester I K fl8t r N Y Richmond V VSpringfield Va VaSprln VaSpringfield
Springfield Sprln eld III and many man cities and andtowns andtowns andtowns
towns In the vicinity of Washington
j I MAJOR E R CAMPBELL CAMPBELLChief CAMPBELLChief CAMPBELLChief
Chief Marshal of Parade
RAILROAD IS SUED SUEDHELENA SUEDHELEN SUEDHISLSNA
HELENA A Mont ont May 31 iThe The Gov Government Go Goemment 0evermnent ¬
ernment today be be4an an suit to recover recoverfrom recoverfrom recoverfrom
from the Northern Pacific Railway RailwayCompaoy RaUwayCompau RailwayCompauv
Compaoy all mineral lands within lthln its itsgrant Itarant Itsgrant
grant rant These 1 he e lands are Vlleved lIeved to in inclikle inchKIe inelude
elude a large area areaSERVANT areaSERVANT areaSERVANT
SERVANT LEAVES 1500 1500CHICAGO 1500CHICAGO 1500CHICAGO
CHICAGO May ay 81 31Betad8e Because she was waskind waskInd WASkind
kind to her servant Miss Mary Synon Synona
a public school teacher has been paid paid1i paid1MlO
5100 1i O out of the estate of Mary ODon ODonnell ODonneJJ ODonnell
nell a former servant girl
ENGAGED BY WIRELESS WIRELESSNEW fIRELESSNEV
NEW YORK M May y 31 3lThe The first wire wireless wlrelea wireless ¬
less theatrical engagement e ement was affected affectedduring aJrecteddurln affectedduring
during durln the voyage of the Celtic when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the vaudeville team of Mac and Hall Hallin HallIn Hallin
in private Jtf me Mr and fcrs J r s Carlton CarlUmMacy CarltonMacy CantonMacy
Macy were engaged by William Morris Morrisnow Meirianow Metricnow
now on his way y to Europe on the Maure Mauretanfa Mauretallta Mauretasils
tanfa Macy knew Morris was on the theCunarder theCunareler theCunarder
Cunarder and seat 1t a message me ge wishing wishinghim wishinghim wishinghim
him a pleasant voyage voagerbe The answer answercame answercame answercaine
came back Thank you You open in inChicaRO inChlca InChicago
Chicago Chlca o It was Mays first intima intimation intimation intimation ¬
tion that he and his wie wi were engaged
HONOR WASHINGTON WASHINGTONAT
AT MOUNT VERNON VERNONDescendants VERNONDescendants VERNONDescendants
Descendants of Signers of the Declaration of Independ Independence ¬
ence Pay Tribute to Father of His Coun Country Country Counlay ¬
try at the Nations Shrine
A group ef descendant aeend t Jt > f signers ers of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Declaration of f Independence Ioo penc1enee to together together together ¬
gether with a large Iar e number of patriotic patrioticcelebrants pktrtoUccdebrants patrioticceiebrnts
celebrants gathered at Mount Vernon Vernonthis Vernonthis VernonthIs
this morning to pay honor to the life lifework Uteork llthstork
work ork of George Washington It was a aremarkable armallatbl aremarkable
remarkable gathering sath611agtbt this assemblage assemblageof I Iof
of the children of those of revered reveredmemory reveredniemny
memory who were the th first Presidents Presidentsccntemporarys Presldentscntcnnporarys PresidentsccntempOrarys I
ccntemporarys in the cause of liberty libertyand lIbertyand libertyand
and one never before seen either tber before beforeor I
or since Mount Vernon became this thisgrateful thisgrateful
I
grateful grat > ful nations shrineVblle shrineWhile shrine shrineWhile
While from the de dOtp < p emotions of an another another ¬
other group that had bada assembled em led in that thathallowed thathallowed thathallowed
hallowed cemetery at Ai2ton iton where whererests whererests whererests
rests the nation h vro ro read ce d there thereswelled thereswelled thercswelled
swelled another mjmo m1mIal al 1 tribute to the thecharacter th thharaeter theeburactet
character famo ram r7 ji J t tnls nls of the theFather theFather theFather
Father of His t oani wete ete told Ir Irsong IrsO irsong
song sO I reading rotul1n an a f A on n the verdant verdantlatvn verdant1a verdantlan
latvn 1a lan n of Moint Mo mt 1 V icuonWithin I moju mojuWiihin I1on I1onWjt
Within Wjt insiied Sscred cred recincts nrecinctsIt recinctsIt
It aeoma ome altijather fitting fttU g and due duethat duethat duethat
that withfj the thes s sCiCt1 > alJ ifitJ predncits prectn ts of ofWashington ofVashlngtJfJ ofVashingtr
Washington KySPo nib ihe he stoiy t nY of ofhis orhis ofhis
his p part rt In ii th tht sira 8iriiI ar S tti A It liberty be beretold beretold beretold
retold on the On t J1tn ft the nation nationyoung nationyoung nationyoung
young and old liigi Iig ynri low gathers gathersto
to sing the glOry of iaosi ljjoi > > whose sac sacrifice merlfice ac acrlfice ¬
rlfice was made tha the spirit of ofAlon orliberty ofliberty
liberty might lI liveforever liveforeverAleng orever oreverAlene
Alon Alene g with the floral tributes that thatwere thatwer thatwere
were placed on the graves of George Georgeand Georgeand Georgeand
and Martha Washington were those of ofthe ofthe C Cthe
the President and Vir President e tclent of the theUnited theCnlted theUnited
United States A feature fe I1r of the cele celebration celebration celebration ¬
bration was the reading of the story storyof storyot storyof
of The Last Hours n of f Washington Washingtonwritten Wasblngtonwritten Washingtonwritten
written not notlong long alter tertne the first Presi Presidents Presidents Pregidents ¬
dents death d th by George Washington WashingtonPark WashingtonPark WashingtonPark
Park Custis adopted son of Washing Vashlng ¬
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Senator Owen Speaks SpeaksThe Spe1ksTh SpeaksThe
The Th exercises which began at 1145 1145oclock Ufioclo 1145ociook
oclock oclo k were oponed opn by invocation by bythe bythe bythe
the Rev George Washington W dIngton Dame of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore chaplalu of It the Descendants Descendantsof
of the Signers The principal address addressSPREAD addr6S6SPREAD addressSPREAD
SPREAD OF TYPHOID TYPHOIDDUE TYPHOIDDUE TYPHOIDDUE
DUE TO HOUSE FLIES FLIESTRENTON FLIESTUENTON FLIESTRENTON
TRENTON May 21 31HoU86 House flies are arelield arehold areheld
hold responsible by the health author authorities authorities authorIttes ¬
ities for the spread of typhoid fever feverIn teverIn feverin
In this city For the first time in intwenty intwonty Intwonty
twonty years the disease has ba broken brokenout brokenout
out In tho New Jersey State prison prisonand prlMonand prisonand I
and a general epidemic among the theprisoners theprl theprisoners
prisoners prl onera Is feared fearedThe fearedlhe fearedThe
The disease dl ea8e has also broken out in inthe inthe Inthe
the State asylum and In the New Jer Jersey Jersoy T er ersey ¬
sey State Home for Girls Dr Alton
S Felt city health officer says there therein
is no doubt the outbreak is I due to tolou8e
house lou8e flies The disease is 1 in its most mostylrulent mostrulent mostyirulent
ylrulent rulent form formOFFICER tormOFFICER formOFFICER
OFFICER KILLS SELF SELFMARSEILLES SELFlARSEILLES SELFMARSEIILT4ES
MARSEILLES May 11Captafn 11CaptafnBoyer 2IrCaptalnBoyer pCaptain pCaptainBoyer
Boyer of the French steamer Duinbea Duinbeafrom DUUlbeairom Duxnbeafrom
from Australia Aust 1Ia shot himself hlm r on the thebridge thgbridre thebridge
bridge as the vessel was entering lIar Mafseilles lIarseUles Ma Maseilles
seilles harbor
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The Doctor Writes 04 of Counterfeit Counterfeitersffyannis rs rsORAS
E Hyannis mAs > Mass AuS171805 AuS171805Dear Aug 17 1905 1905Dear
CHiS H I FLETCHER New York City CityDear
Dear Mr MrP Fletcher etcher I wish to congratulate e you on your numerous vic victories vietones viatories ¬
tories over counterfeiters and imitators of Oastoria Casto ria and trust the time is no not far fardistant fardistant fardiBtant
distant when these inferior and dangerous dangerous mixtures will be entirely suppressed suppressedYou su suppressed1 suppressed1You presse presseYou
You are right when you say in your advertisements that it is Experience Experienceagainst Experienceagainst ExperienceagainBt
against Experiment ExperimentI Experim nt ntI
I feel it to he an outrage and an imposition upon the parents of little chi childrenthat chidrenthat ohildrenthat ¬
drenthat my namershould nam uld be associatedwith imitations of Oastoria dangerous to tothe tothe tothe
the health and life of these little ones who too often fight their battles for life in vain vainLet vainLet vainLet
Let me again commend you for the high standard you have maintained maintainedin
in the preparation of my prescription and I confidently believe it is due to this thisscrupulous thisscrupulous thisorupiilous
scrupulous integrity you are indebted for the wonderful sale of Castoria today todayand todayand todayand
and the steady growth it has had since I gave you the details detj ls of ofits its mauufacture mauufacturein
in my laboratory thirtythree years ago agoLetters L LMansur D Dletters
letters from Prominent Druggists Druggistsaddressed Druggistsaddressed
I addressed to Chas tI Fletcher FletcherMansur
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tm I Mansur Drug Co of St Paul linn says We are not In the habit habitof habitof
of recommending proprietary medicines bu we never n ver hesitate heB tate to say saya
a good word for Castorla It la a medical success successHegeman successHegeman successHegeman
Hegeman Co of New w York City N Y say nWe We can say for your yourCastoria yourCaslorIa
Castoria that it is one of the best selling preparations in our stores storesThat storesThat storesThat
That is conclusive evidence that it Is satisfactory to the uaess uaessMyersDillon u ugossMyersDillon ets etsMyersDlIlon
MyersDillon Drug Co of Omaha Nebr says Your Castoria Caste Ia Is one oneof oneof oneIfIt
IfIt = = of tho best sellers we have We cheerfully recommend It 1 to our trade tradelingUieStomariisandBW5lsof tradevoluntarily
kflif
Otire ALOHOL a PER CENT voluntarily at aU times and will testify to its merits at any and all alltlmes allct
ct times timest
t simiIa1inheFoofanungu1a Weber Drug Co of Indianapolis Ind says Fletch Flctchss c Castorla Ie IeI Iaan
I lingUieStomariisandBW5lsof an article for which there is no substitute It is undoubtedly one of the themoat themost
moat popular p pular articles on the market today and our customers for it itare Itare Itare
are numbered by the hundreds hundredsParrish hundredsParrish
1 Parrish Bailey Pharmacy of LOB Angeles Cal says During an anNOT ani anPronotesDigesLionCherfui
i Promoles PronotesDigesLionCherfui DigestionCI1terful experience of over 30 years In the retail drug business we have never neverne neverii
ii ne nessandRstContaIasneiuicr sandRestContaIns iha found a proprietary remedy that has had such a large sale or given such suchuniversal
01 4 OplUmJaforphine norfiaeraI universal satisfaction as your Castoria CastoriaTheo
NOT NARCOTIC NARCOTICJMeMr NAR
We have handled Flotcheri FlotcheriCastoria
Theo Metcalf Co of Boston Mass says
I L 76 7ItnATrrr > > rnnft Castoria for years and consider It one of the best preparations made madeOur madeunrp madejlnz3rjii
ur Oa UIUU
unrp jlnz3rjii Sutl Our sales are continually con tinuaUy Increasing and everyone of our customers CUB to mers have havenothing h haveILrjsrar ave avelattlJ1llr
lattlJ1llr nothing but praise for Fletchers Castoria CastoriaW CastoriaJtWkSdmr
JMeMr JMeMrjtaaeSttd I have sole Fletchers Cap Captoria CaitoI Caiitoria
jtaaeSttd jtaaeSttdOcriiedSitar W H Chapman of Montreal Que says
I rar toria for many years and have yet to hear of one word othsr than praise of ofits oti ofJtsifrid
i Jtsifrid JtsifridP its it virtues I look upon your preparation as one on of the few f so called calledpatent canedI
I I ql3I 4 OcriiedSitar OcriiedSitarfefipft P k1TTe17J7 patent medicines having havlnEmerlt merit and unhesitatingly recommend it 1 t as a safo safehousehold
I ic household remedy remedyGENUINE rcmcryCErtUIN
fefipft AperfcctRcmedyforCansdpal AperfcctRcmedyforCansdpal3ggj AperfectRaiedyforCansflpauonSourStoathDIauiuG
3ggj tionSoucStcuachDIanijDeal tionSoucStcuachDIanijDeal5s GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ALWAYSB0ara ALWAYSd
I 5s i Worms WorinsCciTvalsimsFCTErish uvutsionsfeuish
I l i ness nissuuILOSSOPSLEER nndlOSS OF SLEEP j jTacSibile Boara the Signature of ofNEW ofThe
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was made by Sehator Owon of Okla Oklahoma Ok1 0kmhoma ¬
homa who spoko on Wrfsiilngton UK UKPatriot theratriot
Patriot Represontative James Lloyd Lloydof I
of Missouri 1Ifs ou1f who presided also de delivered delivered dolivered ¬
livered a patriotic address In whichhe whichhe which whichhe
he paid tribute to the nations dead of ofall otAll ofall
all the wars ars from the beginning to the thegreatest thtgreatest thegreatest
greatest of all American struggles strugglesthat struggJesthat strugglesthat
that of 1S0165 William Shields Mc McKeah McKeen k kesn
Keen esn founded of the Descendants of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Signers made the introductions introductionsFollowing introductionsFollowln IntroductionsFollowing
Following the singing of America by bythe bYthe bYthe
the assemblage the Rev Dr Dame Damepronounced Damepronounced Damepronounced
pronounced the benediction benedictionTho benedictionTho benedictionThe
Tho exerclses which hlch lasted more than thanan thanan thanan
an hour wore in charge of a committee committeecomposed committeecomposed committeecomposed
composed of Robert Jphn Js > hn Walker a adescendant adescendant adescendant
descendant of Benjamin Franklin Dr DrArthur DrArtnut DrArtnur
Arthur Mathewson a descendant of ofWilliam otVI1Uam ofWilliam
William Williams V lllams of Connecticut ConnecticutRraxton ConnctlcutBraxton ConnecticutBraxton
Braxton D Gibson a descendant of ofStephen otStephen ofStephen
Stephen Hopkins of Rhode Island Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur K H Middleton whose ancestor ancestorwas ancestorwas ancestorwas
was Arthur Middleton of South Caro Carolina CaroUna CaroHun ¬
Hun Henry F French descandant of ofGeorge orGeor ofGeorge
George Geor > Read of Delaware Mrs Ais A Autos = s sG sG
G Draper a greatKmnddaughtir great anddaught r of ofJosiah ofJosbh ofJoslah
Josiah Bartlett of New Hampshire HampshireMiss Hampshire11lss HampshireMiss
Miss Sallie S Beach a descendant descend nt of ofCarter 1 1Carter ofCarter
Carter Braxton of Virginia Mis E A AMacomber AMacomber AMacomber
Macomber whose ancestor Was John JohnHart JohnHart JohnHart
Hart 01 New N W Jersey and Mrs Thomas ThomasD
D Waters at < rs a descendant of John With Witherspoon Witherspoon Witherspoon
erspoon of New Jersey JerseySuffered JerseyHANDS JerseyHANDS
HANDS AND fEET fEETITCHED FEETITCHED
ITCHED 12 YEARS YfARSSuffrred
Suffered Terribly from Eczema Eczemawhich Eczemawh Eczemawhkh
which wh ch Made Hands and Feet Swell SwellPeel SwellPeel SwellPeel
Peel and Get Raw Arms Affected AffectedToo AffectedTooGave AffectedTooGave
Too TooGave Gave Up Hope Hopeof of Cure CureUSED CureUSED CureUSED
USED CUTICURA AND ANDWAS ANDWAS ANDWAS
WAS QUICKLY CURED CUREDf
S f tsu rsufered sufcred ced from eczema on my hands handsarms handsarms handsarms
arms and feet for about twelve years yearsmy yearsmy yearsroy
my hands and feel eel would swell sweat sweatand sweatand sweatand
and itch then would become callous callousget callousand callousand
and get very dry then peel of off and andget andget
get raw I tried most every kind of ofsalve orsalve ofsalve
salve and ointment without success successonly successonly successonly
only got temporary relief As soon as I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would leave off using them I would be beas beas beas
as bad as ever I tried several doctors doctorstook doctorstook doctorstook
took araanic ar nic foe two years and at iast iastgave jastgave thstgave
gave up thinking there was a cure for foreczema foreczema foreczema
eczema A friend of mine insisted on onmy onmy onray
my trying the Cuticura Remedies but butsupposing butsupposing butsupposing
supposing they were the same as other othercures othercures othercures
cures I had tried I did not give them thema
a trial until I got so bad that I had to
do something I secured a cake of Cu Cuticura Cuticura Cuticura ¬
ticura Soap a box of Cuticura C ticura Oint Ointment Ointment Ointrnent ¬
ment and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent Resolventand R Rusolventand olvent olventand
and by the th time they were re used I could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see a vast improvement nd my hands handsand handsand handsand
and feet wero healed up in no time I Iused Iused Iused
used several bottles of Cuticura Re Resolvent Reliolvent Resolvent ¬
solvent This was over a year ago and
have had no trouble since I think I Iam Iam Iam
am entirely cured Charles T 1 Bauer
RPD 65 Volant Pa Mar 11 190S 190SBABIES 1908BABIES 19O 19OBABIES
BABIES CURED CUREDOf
Of Tartjirino T rtpring Disfiguring DisfigurinHumors
Humors by Cuticura CuticuraThe
The suffering which Cuticura Soap >
and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated alleviatedfff alleviateamong alleviatodamong
fff among skintortured dls dlsK d q qflgured
K M figured infants and chil chili
i dren and the comfort comforti comfortthey omfortthey
i they have afforded worn wornout wornout Wornout
out and worried parents
have led to their adop
j tion in countless homes hotesas homesas
as a priceless pricd treatment
for the skin and blood
J Eczema rashes and andevery andevery andevery
every form of itching
scaly humor are speeo Speedl3 ly cured in the themajority themajority themajority
majority of cases when v et nil else fails failsComplete failsEv failsConpiete
EvCil Complete Cil Extern and < Irlenal a Treatment for
W hJfI hJfIa
Even Ev Humor o of Infants nf Chlluren and lcl Adults tJ tJ1r con
gItg Klflfjl 1r nf rsitfiiTM Cutiflra Soap QAOM ifcj 5O i to n m Cleanse the Skin eYt eYtcnuf
cnuf Ctitieut ura Ointment < soc 5f to Heal j e 1 the tge tgeeura Skin and Cuti ¬
cura Rwolvent Rf olvent 50c or In the form or Chocolate Ch late
Costed 5 e7lPms PIUs 25p 25 per vial or ° r e01 60 to Purify the th Blood
Sold throughout the world Potter Drug k b Chem hem
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Ograrr have lae it for sale and will willEive willJtive willgive
give you back your money if
it fails in any an of the th > o follow ¬
ing ailments Rheumatism and
Eczema first then Lumbago
I Goitre or Neuralgia For burn or orsprain orsprain orsprain
sprain It haS no equal It will take takesoreness takesorenpss takesoreness
soreness out and reduce swellinp swellinpoxer swelllnloer swellingover
over night Prescribed Pre erlbt > d by Dr DP DPCoursey Dreou Deouey >
Coursey eou ouey ey best known man in all
Ireland IrelandFor IreiandFor
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Hodgkins Paints are in a class by
themselves Just the thing for bright brightening brlslltening brightening ¬
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