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y THE PENSACOLA 7OURNAL TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 27 1909
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MEMORIAL SERVICES AT
SQUARE LARGELY ATTENDED
T
Fitting Program Rendered
v at Lee Square Yesterday
Afternoon
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NOTWITHSTANDING VERY INCLE
MENT WEATHER MANY VETE
RANS WERE IN THE PARADE
AND LARGE NUMBER OF LA
DIES GATHERED AND PIAD TRI
S BUTE TO THE DEAD HEROES
1 BEAUTIFUL ADDRESS BY REV
I C 1 W HUMPHRIES
i
Under clouds that banked and
lowered and amid a sullen atmos i
phere which try as it might could i
not quej the Dixie spirit in the
hearts of the grand old men who wore
the gray nor lag their houyant foot
steps as they marched up Palafox
street to the stirrIng music of de
band Pensacola duly and fittingly ob
served the Confederate Memorial day
yesterday the services throughout
having been impressive as they should
foaTlo been and infinitely touching
and true
Raindrops threatened persistently
to tumble from a heavy lowering sky
but on they came marching march j
ing marching In fine fettle and martial
array until together with those who
lad gathered in the parade Lee
square was reached where the cere
monials were to be held
Lee square never looked more im
pressive than it did yesterday
i The noblo features of the fine statue
wore a new look of triumph when you
gazed aloft the patriotic trappings
which uuttered in the Aprl breezes
laving told a world of stories in a
single touch and worth telling too
Garlanded with the fairest flowers ot
s a pring day and with manners which
Tnurmered their sweet and unforgotten
s sentiment the monument stood proud
N Y aid just apart from all the world
f S dId things
Program at Lee Square
very patriotic and altogether sat
IsfVtory little grandstand had been
ereted in the southwest corner of
ike quare where the speakers of
the T were assembled The ladies
of tnA Memorial Association the
Daugttyg Of the Confederacy all were
rePre iPd crowds of local citizens
interest and curious having also
throng9 park
rigad General Thompson was
master o remodles conducting his
part of th < Ws event with the same
c ability and atcih doubtless which
rat c iSitniJxv the early sixties
1 lr vkioov r iLthe Ser
f 1 8 IJ q S h ssss
TKnffc J Enwr whicSa quartette sat
j Tenting on the Old Camp Ground sang
I The Oration
The orator of the day Cavet Wylie
Hninphries was introduced by Mr I
Wm C Monroe and spoke In part
as follows
i My acceptance of your kind Invita
tion to address you on the present oc
casion was from no sense of personal
fitness for the task but from love of
the cause noble
your association rep
resents
1 There were two classes of suffer
1 ors during the sixtiesthe heroes of
the battlefield and the silent martyr
lieroines of our homes The lovely
sister of seventeenwho went out on
the battlefield at Winchester Va
and falling on the lifeless body of her
brother bathed his face with tears
i and kisses suffered more than the
brave boy that had fallen at iis own
door
doorWhen
When we returned home after the t
war we found that our mothers had
aged many years in a few that they
were prematurely gray and that much
of the light and vivacity of life and
lope was gone and as we saw them
frequently sitting sad and silent by
the old fireside looking wistfully long
< tM A
WlJ JJ4LU uie distance we knov
they were suffering from the absence
of those who had gone out never to
refurn and like Rachel of old would
not be comforted because their chil
dren were not Wo could read much
of their sufferings in their faces but
not all that was known only to them
and to God Dear mothers of the
Sunny South as long as you have
sons and daughters worthy of their
mothers your labors and sufferings
will not go unsung and the grateful
remembrance of posterity will be your
reward
Daughters of the Confederacy yours
3s a noble heritageneither silver nor
gold nor diamonds but the record
of mothers who in tears or silent grief
counted no sacrifice too great to be
made for their
country But we can
not rest on the honors of the past
A mission worthy of the ministry of
angels has fallen into your hands
We must carry our country back to
and even beyond its golden age of
galantry chivalry culture refinement
and piety The time must come when
in our homes fathers will be kings
mothers queens sisters princesses and
ibrothers princes in everything that
renders man worthy in the sight of an
gels and of God along with your splen
did heritage comes also this high call
ing You will need only the example
and spirit of your mothers
Ladies of the Memorial Association
and Daughters of the Confederacy
and better
yours is a calling vaster
yth the mem
than keeping alive and green
ory of your fathers Vell they de
served this from your hands your
flowers your labors your tears and
your love were all dearly bought with
the sa rlfices they made nor without
these memorial days can your work
be done but all our hope for another
golden age of chivalry for anothera
army like that of Northern Virginia
led by generals like Lee and Jack
son rests back on the minds and
hearts the queenly and cultured spir
its of our Southern women There Is I
no other hope for men will not go
alone
Continuing the speaker dealt at
length on the subject of The Confed
erate Soldier declaring that thEe
Southern soldier by his intelligence
skill and resolution tauglit the world
lessons of great military value and
changed the methods of attack and of
defense introducing the plans of easy
rushes from shelter to shelter until
within effective range whence the
final blow was struck
Concluding his address Mr Hum
phries said
I want to say a word about those
who lay in northern prisons at thy
end These had been harrassed b y
guards kept on insufficient rations
with man > discomforts and often al
most begged to abandon our cause
with offers of liberty money em
ployment and almost anything they
might ask yet they preferred to re
main prisoners of war and to suffer
on to the end rather than deny then
country or betray our cause The
died like sheep yet remained fat
ful Nothing could demonstrate Tlo
honesty integrity and patriotism
more than the men did in northern
prisons Their graves should never be
forgotten though they died in pris
on and are burled in Potters fielJs
Why is Sugar Sweet
If sugar did not dissolve in the mouth
you could not taste the sweet
sweec
GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC
is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic but you do not taste the bitter
because tiie ingredients do not dis
solve in the mouth but do dissolve
readily in the acids of the stomach Is
just as good for Grown People as for
Children The First and Original
Tasteless Chill Tonic The Standard
for 30 years 50c
oeorgeT brtonra smack fisherman
made an affidavit in the recorders
court Saturday against S F McNe is
I i a collector In the employ of Higgin
loan office In WhICh he charged Ci at
rlIcNe il assaulted him because he did
not pay hIm 4 when he called at
Nortons lOdging room on South Pal a
fox street on the night of April 19
McNeil pleaded guilty to the char a
of assault in the recorders
rsault c9urt
ye 5
Sly morning and was fined 3 and
costs No
evidence
was heard jn the
qc
Norton stated to a Journal represen
tative yesterday afternoon tliat McNeil
and another man called at his room
on the night of April 19 about 8
oclock for the purpose of collecting
4 but when he Informed them
that he could not pay them they de
manded that he accompany them to
Higgins loan office for the purpose I
of signing a paper
When ho reached the office ie said
the two men assaulted him
Norton made the above statements
In the presence of several friends
one
of whom was present when the collec
tors called This was Wm Moreland
who said one of the collectors
In
formed him that he was a deputy
sheriff when he told Norton not to
accompany them to the office
Moreland also said one of the men
told him If he didnt quit butting in
he would be fired through a window
A warrant has been issued for the
mar who is said to have been with
McNeil at Nortons room but his de
parture from the city for a few days
prevented his arrest
The matter has been I
reported
to
the sheriffs office
INJUNCTION DISSOLVE
Kansas City Mo April 26 Federal
Judge John Phillips here tbdaly is
sued an order
dissolving th
= > tempo 1
rary injunction recently obtained by
Attorney General Major in the state
courts to prevent the
eighteen lali
roads entering Missouri from return
ing to the three cent passenger rate
v I
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rs FRIEDMANS
113 S Palafox i
4
V A special purchase
4
of Dainty Styles in
1
flu J I CORSET
ir COVERS
5 special lots 25 35
50 and 60 cents i
YACHT CLUB
MEMBERS HAD
ENJOYABLE DAY
FISH CHOWDER AND OUTING
ACROSS THE BAY SUNDAY WAS
A PLEASANT AFFAIR AND WAS
LARGELY ATTENDED
The members of the Pensacola
Yacht and Motor Boat club with a
large number of invited guests spent
a pleasant day at Burtons pavillion
on Santa Rosa island Sunday the
event being a fish dinner The guests
of the club were welcomed by Com
modore Geo T Morgan who acted
as toastmaster
The following gentlemen were
speakers Frank Reilly What I Know
About Salt Water Scott M Loftin
LoftinI
Vhat I Know About Batteries and
anci
Carburators G Fell The Effort or
High Pressure on an Appetite Chas
A Choate of Tallahassee Motorboats
in Tallahassee
The Pensacola Concert band furnish
ed music for the occasion
The following launches went over
under the auspices of the club Em
ma Wolverine Dora Ora Teddy
Bear Frolic Dodorina Lawrence S
Ruth Eagle Dalmacia Vivian L
Reeba
The jolly party left the city at 1030
and returned about 430 p m
Frightful Fate Averted
I would have been a cripple for
life from a terrible cut on my knee
cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher
Minn without Bucklens Arnica
Salve which soon cured me Infalli
ble for wounds cuts and bruises it
soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores
Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best
for Piles 25c at all druggists
TORPEDO BOAT
BOYS DEFEATED
PENSACOLAS BEAT THEM SUNDAY
AFTERNOON AT BARRANGAS BY
SCORE OF 5 TO 1
The game of baseball at Fort Bar
rancas Sunday afternoon between the
Pensacolas and ajeam from the tor
out died there by good fielding f the
Sailors <
Pensacolas first run was made in the
second inning Mitchell getting a two
base hit sacrificed to thirdand came
home on a single
The second run
came in the fourth on a bit and an I
error and a wild pitch The score
stood two to one for eight innings
when Bergin started the fireworks
The other three runs were made in
the eight inning
Avery first up for the Sailors
singled over second base ClIOffat sac
rificed and Heinie ann RnttntOhC
fanned U b
There was nothing doing for the
Sailors until the sixth when Bell walk
ed Choffat then
a sacrifice and a score
on a single to right Things looked
bad in the first half of the ninth but
the game closed without the Sailors
making another score
E Roach mae the star play of the
game catching a liner batted by Bur
roughs of the Sailors doubling Heinie
at first
Wm Bell Pensacolas pitcher
strut
out 10 and allowed three hits
Choffat of the Sailors struck
out
six and allowed seven Ills
Pensacola made two errors and the
Sailors three 1
THE PRINCIPAL
OF PROTECTIVE
TARIFF UNFAIR
Continued From First Page
restriction of
immigration as
a pro
tection to American labor One tren
chant sentence about the profits
which he argued were made by cor
porations was as follows
If permitted to judge by the size
and equipment of their automobiles
and the size and equipment of their
yachts and other extravagances they
Haunt in the faces of American con
sumers they could make the profit if
the prices were reduced thirtythree
and onethird per cent
Bailey was still speaking when the
senate adjourned until tomorrow
ON SUPREME COURT
v V n
Senator Bailey said that tomorrow
f he will
speak on supreme court de
cisions touching the income tax
During todays speech Aldrich In
I terrupted and upon being pressed by
Aldrichs questioning Bailey said I
fixed on five thousand a year as the
I income to be
taxed for the reason I
wanted it to affect as few people as
PO
possible
Aldrich said that would be class
legislation Bailey retorted that taxes
should be paid by those best able
Ho said a workman
paying tax on a
plug of tobacco contributed more for
the support of the government than
certain expatriated New Yorkers who
owned ten million dollars worth of
property in New York City and paid
no taxes during the war with Spain
GUILTY OF BRIBERY
Pittsburjr PSL April 26 Henry L
Bolger a hotel and saloon proprietor
was found guilty this afternoon of ac
cepting seventeen thousand dollars tor
the purpose of brlbiB councilmen to
secure deposits for a local bank
Read The Journal Wants
ENDEAVORING
TO RAISE FUNDS
SPECIAL COMMITTEE IS ASSIST
ING THE CARNIVAL ASSOCIA
TION IN ORDER TO ENSURE FU
TURE CARNIVALS
A circular letter addressed To the
Business Interests of Pensacola is
sued by the business men committeeu
composed of H H Thorton T H
Lannon A Moog Max L Bear and
F F Bingham is being sent out ask
ing for donations of one to ten dollarso
from persons who are unable to be
come subscribers to the Carnival As
sociation at 25 per share in order
to prevent a discontinuance of Mardia
Gras celebrations in Pensacola
In answer to the question Shall
we give up the carvinal the com
mittee says
For ourselves we say no and we
believe the business interests and
the people at large will say no anl
will promptly subscribe the sum that
is necessary to put up a show that is
worthy of Pensacola
< ilf you have heretofore subscribed
for one share i25 try and make it
two shares now If you have never
subscribed do it now and have a hand
in perpetuating an institution that
means millions to the greaterfutur
Pensacola
Besides subscribing make it a point
to talk up shall we give up the carni
val taking the negative and making
it a personal matter
This support and effort on you
part is necessary The members of
the Carnival Association can not be
expected to devote their time and
energy to working out ail the count
less details incident to firstclass car
nival production and then to ge out
and beg for the money 1it isnt right
You must do your share
Subscriptions are payable 50 percent
Pcr
cent November 1 1909 and 50 per
Friday April 30
Accompanying each circular is a
blank subscription list which the com
mittee urges will be placed befor
customers and friends The lists are
ara
to be returned to the committee on
Friday April 30
The business mens committee will
meet on May 1 when a report of tae
donations will be made to the Carni
val Association which will meet on
May 4 At the meeting of carnival
1i
committee it will be definitely decided
whether there will be a Mardi Gras
celebration in 1910
Car Crashed Into Auto
Mrs V Gonzalez Killed
Three Injured
Continued From First Page
ahead and attempted to attract the
Ud
attention of the motorman but failed
zJez became known L
Coroner Nickel
sen empaneled ajury composed of E
P Roch A C Wilson P K Tornoe
S S PInney and William White to 0
investigate
estlgate the
accident
will meet this The jury
morning for this
pos pur
MRS GONZALEZ TO BE
BURIED THIS AFTERNOON
AH mat is mortal of Ihe late Mrs
Viola E Gonzalez whose stately
grace
and fine
womanly bearing marked her
at once among a hundred persons will
receive tile last sad rites this
at St afternoon i
Michaels
chunch where she had I
been
a
Rev worshiper for many years tbfi
Father Fullerton to officiate The
deceased was born in Jameston New
York
having come to Pensacola in
the year 1867 She
was united in mar
riage to the late Jasper Gonzalez
who preceded her to the Great Be
yond during the early eighties
During
all the years which have constituted
her residence here she has been
known for her strong beautiful
char
acter which has endeared her to
one
and to all
t > ne had one childa
is a daughter who
Mrs
Jas M
Mulden
and who fig
ured
in the accident
yesterday which
was to claim the elder woman in death
The funeral cortage will leave the
residence of her nephew
Mr F C
Brent
at the corner of
Spring and
LaRua
streets this afternoon at 330
oclock proceeding to St Michaels
where the funeral
services will
occur
at 4 p m Interment will take I
In place
St Michaels cemetery
FREEPORT
I Freeport April 26lIiss Josie Coff
has man been a very popular yiung lady who
conducting a very profitable
private school in our city left Thurs
day for home in Grand Rirde Fla
to the regret of aer many friends We
hope to have her in our midst again
Mrs R E L McCaskill is visiting her
sister in Jacksonville Fla
Mrs John McCulIough Is
visiting
her sister in Geneva Ala
hnnlr Mrs Croft TTI and family have moved I
a lu r nt port after residing in
Pensacola two years
Miss Nellie Crook is convalescing
after an elgdt weeks
siege of typhoid
fever which is gratifying
news to
her
many friends j
Mr and Mrs
Prevatt are
very pleas
antly domiciled at the residence oJ
Mrs Henry Daniels
Mr and Mrs Calhoun
Louisiana formerly ot
are rooming with Mrs J
J McCaskill Jr
Every one is commenting on the
beautiful garden of J D Bannerman
It shows what can be raised in Flori
da soil He also has as fine a stock of
chickens anywhere to be found In
Walton county
Carl W Smith has
returned after a
visit of a week spent in Brewton
and
Pcns cola
ARMY OFFICER SHOT I
San Francisco April 26The Call j
says this
morning that according to
unconfirmed private reports Major
John P
Finley governor of Zam
boanga province in the Philippine Is
lands was shot by his orderly The
report does Dot say whether the j
shooting was accidental nor whether
tbs wound was fatal i
WARRINGTON
PARAGRAPHS
News and Views of the Resi
dents of Pensacolas De
lightful Suburb
An event which Is looked forward
to throughout the year among pleas
ure lovers both In Warrington and in
Pensacola circles took place last uig t
at the L O O F hall being the an
nual Catholic fair which Is always one
of the best attended events of the sea
son in Warrington Conducted admir
ably and upon lines which make the
events pleasant among young and old
alike these affairs are characteristic
of the suburb and proved delightful
indeed for many reasons
All during the afternoon the chil
dren had held sway the tots having
laughed and danced away the hours
and done full justice to the wonder
ful refreshments which had been pro
vided by the ladies
After the little people had enjoyed
tae afternoon the young people to
gether with a liberal sprinkling o
their elders began filling the hall
which was soon crowded to its utmost
capacity One of the most pleasant
dances of the season was soon under
way lasting until a late hour Those
who were active in planning the very
creditable event are to be duly con
gratulated upon the signal success o r
the evening
Married Ladies Euchre Club Met
With Mrs Chaffin
The Married Ladies Euchre club
held a delightful meeting on Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mr
E P Chaffin one of the pleasant
events of the season having been re
ported by those who were present
The next meeting will occur at the
home of Mrs Glover
Flotilla Ball Will Be Notable Event
One of the events which is being
looked forward to with considerable In
terest among Warrington people is
the farewell dance to be given on Fri
day night by the flotilla boys at the
equipment building In the Navy Yard
The affair has been planned upon a
particularly elaborate scale and every
effort is to be made in order that the
success of the event may be complete
Arrangements have been made for the
Pensacola crowd the navy yard tug
to convey the party back to the city
possibly after the suburban cars hive
ceased to run The flotilla boys have
become very popular in Warrington
and their leavetaking will be regreted
in many quarters
Geo Caro Is Still Improving
Mr Geo Caro is still Improving and
is now considered to be out of danger
This is the best of news for all those
who have been watching the heroic
struggle against the apparently inevi
table which this young man has been
jnailnsr andfrpm whici It is hop J
mong Those who vlslled in War
rington
on Sunday were
Miss Gene
IdTwhl1 Mrs J R Nix and Mst
Ada White all of Pensacola
Miss May Smith Returns to Mobile I
Miss May Smith has returned to
to
her home
e in Mobile after
a delight
fu VISit among WarrinSton friends
Miss
Smith
is a
young lady
much admired for her evident capabil who is
ities and her sweetness of manner
Young Ladies Expected Home From
ocnooi
Warringtons younger set is
soon to
be
reinforced when a number of the
girls who are now away at school
return home from their studies
These
I form an attractive bevy of bright War
rington
girls who figure prominently
In events
during the summertime
The Rev Mr Niles Conducted Services
Sunday Night
The Warrington Episcopal chapel
was the scene of
unusually
well
at
tended evening services on Sunday
special violin music having added
much to the
occasion The Rev Mr
Niles of St Katherines church in
Pensacola is meeting with much sue
cess In Warrngton I
DeFUNIAK
Special to The Journal
D Funi k Springs April 26
26The
past week Bas been a busy one for
the people of Funlak Springs owing
to the Womans
Missionary Union
of
o
the Presbytery of Florida having their
annual convention from the twentieth
to the twentysecond of this month in
the First Presbyterian ohmoii
The delegates present were Mrs
Wm Fisher Mrs C S Bonacker Mrs
A E Lewis Miss Fisher Miss Ro j
sasco Miss Kelloe of Pensacola Mrs
Shaw Mrs May Mrs Watson and
Mrs Love of Quincy Mrs D P
Smith of Madison Mrs J L Porter
of Grand Ridge Mrs Estes and Miss
McCloud of Marianna Miss S H
Williams of Florala Miss Bailey of j
Monticello Mrs Owen of WestvilIe
Mrs GeoF Carden Mrs Bowers
Campbell Miss Jeanette McKlnnon
and Miss lone Campbell representing
the different societies of the home
church
The I
convention was
opened Tues
day morning by a devotional service
led by Dr J W Walden of Palmer
College followed by an address of j
welcome by Mrs Walden president 1
of the home society and responded to
by Miss Rosasco of Pensacola After
the enrollment of delegates the re
ports of the different officers were
read
inthe afternoon there was a mem
orial service for the late Rev R P
Baird missionary to Brazil who died
suddenly at Jesup Ga March 9th
Mr Baird was to have been present
as one of the speakers Mrs Geo
Campbell read a short biography of
his life written by Mrs Baird
Tuesday evening there was a re
ception at Palmer College which was
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If YOJ want to know a really delectable health
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Every can airtight germproof and bears tho
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At all FirstClass Grocers
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Win Johnson Son
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attended by many of the town people
who had a very enjoyable time
Wednesday there were papers read
by Mrs D G Smith of Madison Mrs
J T Porter of Grand Ridge Miss
Elizabeth Denham of Monticello Miss
Mary McKiunon of DeFuniak Springs
with a discussion on Practical Work
in Missions by Mrs C S Bonacker
of Pensacola followed by reports of I
societies
There was a special service in the
evening when Dr Lilly gave a splen
did address on Foreign Missions
Thursday Mrs Watson of Quincy
gave a paper followed by a discus
sion on How to Conduct a Missionary
Meeting by Mrs S H Williams of
Floraja In the afternoon after the
consecration service led by Miss
Merrimon of Palmer College there
was the election of officers Rev
ITrnr Mman secrclllrxof Horn
3iLWlan
Service lnen exf conventlO wlflTh
r held as QuInc1
rfiDeofficers
officers
for the forthcoming wore elected
year
of Mrs May
Quincy
den of president Mrs 1 W Wal
DeFuniak Springs vicepresi
gen Mrs Gus Campbell of DeFuniak
Springs
prJ1gs recording secretary
Miss Tate
missionary to Korea
who
IS home on furlough
VIsItor was a
to
the
convention and
several gave
interesting talks on mission
ary life and work in Korea which
brought her
these interesting hearers people in touch with
The missionary
union
gave a schol
arship In Palmer College for one year
to some young man or woman to be
chosen by the directors of the col
lege
Dr C A Landrum who died
Thursday night was buried in the lo
cal cemetery Sunday from St Agathas
church the Episcopalian minister
from Marianna officiating The Ma
sons and a number of Confederate
veterans attended in a body Dr
Landrum was one of the gentlemen
of the old South and was loved by all
who knew him He leaves a wife
and one son and five daughters
Mrs Geo F Carden entertained the
Ladies Social Club Friday afternoon
to a jaggle party one of the latest
London crazes Miss Minnie Tippin
won the prize for the best jaggle Mrs
Bonham and Miss Katherine Crane
being 41JffiPDcl 111111 rfrrranijyjnta
Rev Stanley Manning who haa
been
preaching at the Universal
church
urch both here ratrPioralarleft
Sunday night for Oshkosh OkS
where he wIll be fora time
e Mr
Manning expects to go to Wisconsin
in the near future
Dr and Mrs L H Pierce of
Jonesboro
Ark have been staying
with Dr
and Mrs
tWhith Thompson to whom
they are related
Mr Gee BanfiJI Of BonIfay is
visiting his mother who
has been
quite sick the past week
with Mrs two H H children Dreyer of is CamP Walton
Skyles for a few davs visiting Dr
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HENRY CHADWICK FATHER OF BASEBALL
AND SHAFT
UNVEILED AT HIS GRAVE
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Brooklyn April 2QThe
wick father of monument erected at the grave of Henry Chad
with fitting ceremonies Slam unv ei1d In Greenwood cemetery recently
others who SSL me n prominent In baseball
also knew 11 circles and
and
It loved th e grand old patron of the
game were present at the ZnveKmeSn national
granite shaft bearing a bronze unveiling The monument which is a simple J I
tab
let
was designed by Miss Florence S SfchSJ surmounted bya granite 9aJl
Sporting Life It was purchased Richter daughter of the edJtor to
of the National LeSJeSStelS with funds contributed by the ownrs
and other
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