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The herald and news. [volume] (Newberry S.C.) 1903-1937, June 15, 1909, Image 3

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CHEER GEN. G NT'S SON.
Frenzied Welcome to en. Frederick
D. Grant.--Survivors in Great
Parade.
Memphis, Tenn., June 10.-A fren
zied demonstration of welcome by the
men in grav for the son of the man
who conquered them marked the final
scene of the 19th reunion of the
United Confederate Veterans today.
It took place during the parade. In
the reviewing stand stood Gen. Fred- I
erick Dent Grant of the United States
army. The first few divisions in line
passed with oniy a limited number
recognizing the son of the man who
accepted the sarrender of Lee. But
fa cavalry; division approached,
d its commander, Gen. Tyler of
Hickman. Ky.. old and grizzled, peer
ed steadily at Uen. Grant a moment.
Then ghe turned in his saddle and
Yelled: -G
"Come on, you kids, here's Gen.
Grant come to life again in his son.'"
With one of the old time rebel yells
the division-retnant of Forrest's
cavalry-eharged upon the stand,
jostling one another for an opportun
itv to shake the hand of the son of
their old tinie enemy. From that mo
ment every gray clad veteran whoi
could reach the stand rushed up to
shake' hands with Gen. Grant. The
stocky army officer's cold gray eyes
filled with tears and his shoulders
shook with emoti, a as he murmured,
"God bless you .i1, boys, God bless
you all,'" giving each a cordial hand
grasp.
Battle-torn banners were grouped
at his feet and waved over his head
in salute. One old officer rode up to
the stand, seized Geu. Grant's hand (
and kissed him on the cheek, exclaim- I
ing. "God bless you, boy, I fought;
your father, of whom you are the
image, but he was a gallant, magnan
imous foe, and I love his son." i
More than one veteran was in tears
as he saw the famous federal chief
tain's son so touched by the recep
tion. It is doubtful if any other
Northern man. even a president, ever
received such an ovation as that
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The New berry
n. Urzant by ie Confederate veL
raut today.
The parade uver, the reunion prac
ically was ended and veterans' spee
al trains began to leave the city at
p. m.
The ball of the sponsors, maids and
natrons tonight was the one big so
ial event of the reunion. It was op
-ned by the famous Southern Cross
Irill, and 1,000 couples participated
n the dance, despite the suffocating
ieat.
Senate's Chaplain Dead.
Boston, June 10.-The morning
i-ht was breaking as the venerable
Rev. Edward Everett Hale, D. D.,
-haplain of the United States senate,
nitarian divine, philanthropist, au
hor. journalist and lover of peace,
>reathed his last today in his home
n Roxbury.
An Old Acquaintance.
-Oh Et.hel I'm so glad you've called!
I 'im sure you'd like to see
[he beautiful engagement ring
That Jack last night gave me!"
'Oh, do not trouble!" Ethel purred,
Her pretty cheeks aglow.
'I've seen it, dear-now let ine think
About two years ago!'"
-London Opinion.
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. C.. on Tuesday. the 15th day of
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ioon. for the election of Directors for
he ensuing year, and for the trans
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n person or by proxy.
Geo. W. Summer,
President and Treasurer.
G. L. Summer.
Secretary.
Newberry, S. C. May 31, 1909.
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