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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1896, New York, New York 12 Pages Pages VOL. OCTOBER 22. 1896.-COPYRIGHTED, BV THE NEW-YORK TIMES PRICE THREE THE NEWS for Fair nnd Stock market more active and M 7 15-1U cents The Court of Appeals upheld the State racing Duke of won the steeplechase at Morris 3. Princeton won at football from the Uni- versity of Virginia Page ami are tied for first In the chess 1J. Residents nf N. ask Dr. Sennor to let the detained Mrs Mary Bryan and her of Conn were Injured by a cable car in this city Antonio a supposed Mafia was arrested In Long Inland City and held by Gen. and former Commissioner followers on the cast side set Do 3. Dr Jennie R. Merrill and Mrs. Mary E. Williams appointed by the Board or Education 9. Two inon were killed yesterday In this city by being run over by and an- other wai badly G. Masonic son Ices for Color Bearer D. In the Grand Lodge room of the S. MAN SHATTERED BY A BOMB HAMLIN J. KILLED IN HIS Gen. will have an exhibition of to show how badly New-York new and Improved Page U. Henry T. Edward and Michael caught hi this They had a plant und much Pago A policeman shot a to be of a respectable was caught In an attempt at burglary and tried to Page U. John Is betting that John C. han be from his Tammany leadership threa months after The Rev. John D. D. LL D Archdeacon of was elected Bishop of the new district of Duluth 0. Commanderies In the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States are to be organized in and Page West side property holders organizing a new company to supply electric service In Articles of Incorporation will be filed Page Tho annual synod of the Presbyterian Church of New-York State was held Tlie of educating young men for the ministry was Page 0. James C. Tarter In an argument on the Bay receivership In yesterday said that the company practically owed no debts and was Page 8. Jury holds the builders of a building and the Department of Buildings Jointly responsible for H. J. Crane's S. John H. a contractor of this and died In delphia He was worth 5. Mr. Bryan spoke In twenty Indiana towns At gold men and sliver armed with clubs nearly had a col- 2. Major hands yesterday a delegation of former neighbors from In which he spent his 2. the Wisconsin committed suicide In the National nt Tuesday He left no explanation regarding his 8. the pet dog of little who was found starving a few days by society was restored to its master yesterday through the efforts of Floyd 0. Several persons made affidavits In tho Brooklyn Surrogate claiming they not bellove Joshua J. a. ker of Columbia even when he speaking under 8. Chairman nf tho Republican tional Committee offers to co-operate with the Democratic National Committee In pre- venting the coercion of In their votes If any such coercion can be Page 5. Frank 3. Black and Timothy tho Republican candidates for Governor and Governor of the made lust at the Brooklyn emy of 8. At the meeting of the Board President Roosevelt declared that he was anxious to have Inspector McLaughlln tried before the Commissioners as goon as charges were made against Arnold Flesh and his son William were yesterday discharged from police Thf was suspected of havlns shot his about a. month The father not accuse his neither would ho aay that he attempted 9. Dr. n Elector at Large In resigned last and said he woul 1 vote for Mr. It was announced that all tho Populist Electors would be Mr. Watson says he will keep on Pago 2. Thomas G. at a Brooklyn advised all crats to vote for Palmer and and not for and He said one party alone cannot maintain a stable He predicted that tho Republican Party would be defeated In 1900. even If the opposition candidate was a silver Pago 9. A FILIBUSTER Seizes tbe nnd Her the Oct. 21.-Off Smyrna liar this the United States cruiser captured the filibustering steamer Dauntless and her R. L. The Dauntless was caught about and the Mabey The latter steamer was putting out to sea Mth coal and supplies for tho when the Raleigh fired a blank cartridges for her to The Mabey turned about and tried to whereupon the Raleigh flred a shot across her and tho tug heaved An was put In charge of tho The Dauntless was brought to St. John's and now lies In charge of officers from the Ka- Cubans here are greatly excited over the but claim that the Dauntless had no arms nor men on In chasing and the the Raleigh used her guns several and the alleged filibuster came near being Oct. wife of late Baron one Of Europe's greatest has made her presence felt here by a of u the Temple the Jewish synagogue at this She waa led to this act by a letter received four months ago Mrs. Gabriel of thla was of the Aid Society was a coincidence that the lady who mado the application for the money dead upon the rhen the check arrived from Secretary of Arlington Chemical Walked into the Room After Cheerily Greeting His a Few Minutes His gled Body Was May Have Been Meant for His Oct. J. secretary of the Arlington Chemical was killed at about this by a mysterious explosion In his office at 03 He was alone In his office at the time of the The family of the dead express no doubt that he was foully and many others share this The police and the who have been Investigating the matter all were at first Inclined to give credence to this But through discoveries made by them late this afternoon claim to be satisfied that Mr. Andrus was killed experimenting with a The attach no Importance to this Mr. Andrus was a well-known and wealthy resident of With his son and three he occupied a ful residence at OS Hawthorne tho most aristocratic portion ot the He was forty-two years and as far as known had no His John E. who Is reputed to be worth several million Is president of the Arlington Chemical which Mr. the rode to his on a accompanied by his twenty-two years He did not ride his wheel this but His son as and as he passed his father on the he I'll beat you this the Tho office where the explosion occurred Is In a one-story brick adjoining the factory which la two and a half stories The private office used by Mr. Andrus Is about 20 by 15 feet In with windows on three A large safe Is In one and the or used by Mr. Andrus was under the window looking Into the high enough for him to stand at It. Under it was a small about two feet on which he usually rested his left The police claim the bomb was In this Entrance from the street Is through the main Another door leads from the main office Into the shipping which Is 200 feet long and 40 feet Tho workrooms are over the shipping There are forty mon and several Women employed In the Mr. Hiram Andrus arrived at the ing about 8 He says he went Into his father's opened the largest of the three took out the and then busied himself through the He noticed nothing When he had assorted the mall he walked out to the main office and stood near the door talking with an employe until his father ar- His father gave him a pleasant greeting and passed Into the private The As the elder Andrus disappeared within his office his son went Into the shipping He says he had Just reached the other end of the room In about two minutes of when he was shocked by a muffled As he turned he was greeted by a dense volume of yellow smoke which poured from the office Others came running from the and as soon as possible they made their way Into the private All the windows and many of the ings In the were Near the big safe and almost under the high upon which Mr. Andrus was In the habit of was the mangled body ol the The shelf ami the box under It were Blood was flowing over the Hiram at first thought there was a. but when he discovered that his father was dead he was Coroner Miles and the police were quickly They arrived soon and the cleared away tho debris about the The head and face of the dead from the Jaws were an unrecognizable mass. The left arm was shattered and ered from the and the other limbs were hanging by mere threads of flesh and The Coroner searched the clothing of the dead man as well as he and found a small and several small steel and and Word of the explosion and In a few minutes thousands crowded about the entrance to the President John E. was on his way to the learned of the on the He hurried and said at but later declared he believed the explosion came from a deliberate plan of He was not sure that he was not the Intended Flecca of the Soon after this the remains of the tary were taken to the undertaking rooms of Peter H. and the under Chief began their They received the first from an old gardener across the who found a small piece of wrought which gested the theory of a Similar pieces were found embedded In the work about the room and In the body when tho autopsy was Pieces of this Iron wero driven through an inch board twenty feet The odor which pervaded the office after the explosion gested that dynamite was used In the but the police und Coroner declare that the substance was giant Enough small pieces of the alleged bomb were gathered to show that It consisted of a piece of wrought Iron pipe about two and one-half In with a malleable Iron plug or cap at one end and another piece of smaller pipe attached to It. Tho after a thorough declared that the bomb must have been In tho box under the secretary's desk In some manner BO It would explode when Mr. Andrus put hie foot on the At first they believed tho sate might havo been tampered and that the occurred when It was but thoy that Hiram tho before his father One of the J Coroner thought thut tho explosion 3ilcht havo by a bottle of over on the box some brown sugar and chloride of He claimed this would have caused the The police learned MUs Matilda a was at the early this She said she the office at and swept and She did not disturb the waste paper because she had emptied It Tuesday She had noticed nothing out of place In the When she left she unlocked the door leading to tho private Soon after this tho office boy ar- but he did not visit the private A Workman's During the afternoon the police wero very and just before 0 o'clock Chief announced that he had solved the His detectives brought In a man named Patrick a mechanic employed by the Arlington Chemical carried a mysterious looking which looked very much like a bomb made of gas It was composed of a piece of one- about eight inches with a cap on one end and a reducer on the In this was Inserted a piece of three-eighths Inch also with a cap on the said the large pipe was kept In stock by tho chemical and that Mr. Andrus had frequently been tinkering about with this Last Friday according to Mr. Andrus asked him to secure some small pieces of and inch like the piece Inserted In the re- and also some He did not have them In and he secured a supply and met Mr. Andrus In the Mr. took two of them He claimed that Mr. when he got the Inch said he needed It declared that Mr. Andrus had u fine set of tools and a small workshop up at When this was told to Hiram Andrus at tho home of the dead he declared It pure The pipes which his father had he were used In fixing a steam heater In the and were not used la making a or In experiments of any It will be he that these were not secured for tho purpose by the and that my father was a victim of a foul He also declared that his father never experimented with and that nono of any kind were kept In the office or used in the Hla Brother's John B. when seen by a reporter for THE NEW-YORK TIMES My brother was one of the best-natured men I ever He was so good-hearted that he was not a good business As far as I knew he did not have an enemy in tho He was but beyond this I cannot imagine why any one might wont to kill We havo a lot of An- archists In this but I don't think they would do Only two men have been discharged from our employ In Ono was a workman and the other an office but they are beyond It la a mystery to He was asked If he did not think tha bomb been Intended for It may be ho I am a business man and some people don't like men who do business on strictly business Still I can think of no one who would do Three weeks ago I was by some Anarchist on Greenwich who told me I was too and that I ought to give up two-thirds of my but I got away from and hardly think the Incident had any tion with horrible Still I believe it was a deliberate My brother was always tinkering but he knew nothing about and never experimented with them In any The autopsy disclosed two large pieces of tho bomb In the breast of the dead one each In the right and left pleurae and several pieces In the lower part of the left From these wounds It was Inferred that Mr. Andrus was bending under the shelf and over the box when the The Inquest will be held Friday at 2 P. M. FEES ONLY A MORAL A Governor's Clerk Ohio kers to Oct. State Ad- ministration Is incidentally Involved in a mild sensation by the failure of E. W. Seeds grain Seeds Co. did ness with J. L. Lampson Co. of and with members of the New-York Stock Their failure was directly due to tho refusal of J. L. Gov. nell's executive to good Hampton has been a speculator In a small and quiet way for some and was caught for about when wheat went Seeds had a conference with Gov. and gave that gentleman to un- that Hampton hod by tion made him believe that ho was acting for the This the Governor in- and who Is worth no refuses to meet tho He gives the excuse that It Is a moral and a State law prevents his being sued GOV. ALTGELD IS VERY SICK A Now and Sweeping Order Issued by Secretary Oct. ney to-day Issued an order of far-reaching effect upon the American Consular which abolishes many of the fees against which foreign shippers and domestic Im- porters have so long and at the same time sweeps away the lucrative tions of many Consulates larly those In Great where the loss to Consular officials In the shape of which they have hitherto will gregate over The ments to the Consular regulations are as oath he required for the tion of Invoices of merchandise on the free Hut or subject to specific duty by oath of Invoices or merchandise subject or In sited to nil valorem July mav be required when the Con- sular to whom tho Invoices are presented hns reasonable ground to fraudulent un- or other willful but shall not be required In any other this any oath may be taken by a commissioner or such other officers as are mitted by officers are prohibited from re- the whole or anv part of the teen charged by a. commissioner or other officer for ing oaths to from receiving anything as a gratuity or otherwise on account of the ad- ministration of such nnd from In any way either directly or Indirectly pecuniarily Interested in such These which take effect at are expected to effect a great reform In the service and correct many abuses which have been alleged to Tho Treasury Department has been en- gaged In an effort for a long time to do away with the tax upon foreign shippers and American Importers upon free list or specific duty articles In but could nnd no relief except through statutory en- until the attention of the Sate De- was called to the with the given The third para- graph of the new regulations Is designed to destroy the Incentive to the excessive fee system that has rrown up and to do away with a which was never plated under the law governing tho com- of Government WHEAT DOWN THREE CENTS CHICAGO SPECULATORS WEBB IN A HUBBY TO A CHICAGO RAILROAD Churlo T. a. Good Thing for His Oct. T. Yerkes has executed a great When the West Chicago Street Railroad was transferred from the West Division to the West Chicago Company the latter company Issued a blanket mortgage for The company from time to time Issued when dividends were on a 0 per and Issued as It became necessary to Real estate of the company has frequently been purchased In the narao of a and mortgages made against the In a total of debentures stand against the The Directors have taken the authority on themselves to substitute the for the 5 per bonds the West cago Street Railway in- terest on the 50.000.000 debentures will reduced 1 per and the entire floating debt of the company will be wiped In 'the end It la a saving to the company alao of aa the present total ahead of the stock la THE PASTOR HAD TO He Interfered a Love Affair of Him Oct. 21.-The Rev. T. V. a Baptist preacher of this hafs been forced to resign his pastorate the which he exercised In a matter of He has two parishioners who contribute largely to the support of the Messrs. R. W. Mayson and George Some time ago a young son of Mr. son wrote a letter to one of Mr. Smith's In which he gave expression to the kind of love which Is spoken by a youth of The girl's father became and brought the matter before the pastor for The reverend gentleman did not wish to wholly offend the Mayson so he requested the offending young man merely to withdraw from church This he refused to and such confusion ensued that Pastor Dodd Is now without a STRONG BRYAN He IB n Nervous ns the Result of Campaign Oct. of Gov. John P. Altgeld are much worried about his Fears are expressed that he may collapse before the end of the It late before the Governor arose this and a number of persons called at his room at the Annex to find that he had left orders not to be dis- The Governor Is a sick said ono of his close friends A casual glance will convince any ono that he Is a nervous and It will bo a. great prise to mo If he survives this Central and South American People for the Silver Oct. Jarge tion of the population of Central and South as shown by advices received favor the candidacy of Bryan for tho Presidency of the United States and the free coinage of Oct. Charles H. Lyman of the cruiser Montgomery has been convicted of drunkenness and to lose six months In his The offense occurred while the vessel was at Key West and when the gomery came North the court-martial took place in the fleet at under Admiral The finding and sentence have been approved by tho tary of the Lieut. Lyman was navigating officer of the Kearsarge when that vessel was wrecked on Announced 000 Bushels Increase in World's Visible and Though the Grain Was Higher in Prices Abroad Wore Not Enough to Hold Up Bushels Sold in This Oct. A flurry In which the bulls came out second best took place day at the opening of tho wheat the excitement attending upon the trade running quite as high as on any occasion the stirring scenes before tho regular market opened the curb or trading was marked by December was up to 70% cents and down to 77% the lowest figure being when the mate operations A rapid sliding was immediately the option mentioned dropping to which there was with a less undertone decline was clearly the result of for- eign Liverpool was 2d. but that advance was not considered In keeping with the anxiety said to exist Importance was attached to the apparent lukewarmness of San where the boom appeared to have been The absence of a short Interest of any material proportions permits prices slump aa the demand to cover previous sales then becomes conspicuous by Its The Northwest receipts this morning were 100 cars heavier than on last Wednesday and 18 less than on the day a year Rapidly vanishing profits very soon forced selling by some of the prominent winners on the recent were obliged to dispose of vast quantities bought on gains made during the past few For a time It appeared as though tho break would be Throughout the latter part of the session and until near the closo tho trade only Several efforts made to bring about a but Bradstreet's an- of In the world's stocks of approximately bushels discouraged The last few moments were Where lately every one was a not any but sellers and prices wero without any It was a case where any figure was factory so the wheat was Nothing In of news could help the market un- der these which closed yesterday at and this morning was quoted at on the went begging at 76Vlc. t A sale was made at but the official was ASSETS FOR A Uncollectible of the N. Oct. 21.-FrederIck Is winding up his ship of the National that failed fifteen years ago because Oscar L. tne had used of the bank's funds In the speculations of Nugent a leather Baldwin served ten in was and la living here The receiver has paid depositors of 5200 or less In und other depositors 80 per cent. He offered ot auction to-day the remaining in his A bunch of checks and bills receivable ing a face value of were sold for 10 The second was a Judgment for against Judge Frederick F. Guild bid Do you realize that the paper Is Inquired the who was I want 11 merely as a souvenir of the greatest failure In the replied the Mr. was and Inquired for further There were and Collar by dollar at then ty 55 and the bids mounted to by Judge Mr. said that for some son the Judgment had a far greater value than he had and he would pone the sale for two weeks that he might consult with the reserving the right to accept the last BIGGEST LENS IN THE Juat loss for THREE A FOURTH DROP Irregular Market In December Op- and Total of The wheat market wad feverish at its The traders seemed all at sea over the prices Just how to take the foreign The cables had quoted but perhaps not generally so. But Chicago was soiling at where there was a pressure to and the New-York traders followed the West in Its closing out for On the curb here December had stood at or above last but with tho opening of the Exchange It first sold at 44Kc, or 2c under the curb jumped up to and down to all In two or three with a good deal of after which It quieted and the waited for new After the very Irregular and unsettled condition at the the wheat market continued to ease and the close was at the lowest of the or 3Vlc below With heavy liquidation for foreign and local December sold from down to and closed at and May from to 85M.C., closing at 85M.C. Total of sales Is That for the of the Geneva Oct. 21.----The lens for the great telescope of the observatory nt Lake tho finest and largest tele- scope lens In the has been after two and a half and now lies at the workshop of Prof. Alvin Clark In awaiting the orders of the Chicago University Its focal distance is 01 the extreme diameter of the clear aperture is 41% crown la about Inches thick at the mid- dle and Hi Inches thick at the outer and weighs The flint 310 The lens and its Iron ring and cell weigh about Tho cost of the glass plates In Paris was and the entire cost of the lens Is estimated to have been For Us Journey west It will be wrapped In flannel and bedded In curled In a box mounted on and flacked with excelsior In a large It will ride In the centre of a and will be accompanied by four THURBER WILL The President's Private Secretary De- clares Ills Oct. tary Thurber Intends to bolt the Chicago Immediately after that con- a newspaper correspondent asked Mr. Thurber for a declaration of his tions the Secretary declined to I he to keep out of the this From then until a few days ago he stuck to his Before leaving with the President for Mr. Thurber I have been persuaded that It la my duty to declare My many friends In Michigan havo urged mo to and haps it is well I should I have pre- pared my I have It In my desk at the I have not de- Just when to promulgate but shall doubtless do so before After stating his reasons for bolting the Chicago ticket Mr. Thurber will declare for Palmer and NO INTEREST A WHEAT Sentence for a LONG ISLAND Oct. the negro convicted of the murder of old Stephen Powell at 7 was brought from Sing Sine prison this morning to Queens County Court of Oyer and to be Ho was called to the bar at told that the Court of Appeals at Albany had proved his conviction nf murder In the first Lawyer Brooke of moved for a now trial on but Justice Gaynor denied the and fixed the week beginning Nov. 30 as the time for the John who confessed his part In the crime and gave evidence that led to la serving term for manslaughter at Injured on Her N. Oct. the wife of Vice Admiral Sir J. while riding a bicycle along Brunswick Street to-day was thrown from her wheel by a horse that was being led suddenly shying and striking She struck tho ground with much forco sustained a sprained and Injury to her To Build His N. Oct. 21.-There was filed In the County Clerk's office to-day a contract for a family mausoleum to be built by Judge Kreuger In It will when In tho of Tho masonry without the will cost about President J. Hill Soya the Story la ST. Oct. attention of James J. President of tho Great Northern was called to a sensa- tional story printed In a New-York paper yesterday to the effect that Charles A. and other men of wealth had entered into a gigantic combination to cor- ner Mr. Hill characterized tho story as wholly He said that reports from the various tions along the Great Northern Road there was far less wheat In the elevators than at any time for the last three and that he had no doubt that the grain was moving to market with unusual owing to the great rise In the price of wheat since last Grain wao even moving In large quantities from as far west as Idaho and some of It going to to be shipped to Mr. Hill rejects the Idea that there Is any politics In the rise In the price of Both Mr. Washburne and Mr. last evening denied lhat they had any in- terest whatever in a wheat Stabbed a William thirty-two years who lives on was taken from 9 a lodging to Hospital early this morning suffering from two stub wounds In the statement to the Street police was that he had received his Injuries during a row In loon at Chathum Square and Oliver The name of his assailant he refused to The police of the Oak Street and Street Stations are trying to find the man who stubbed Plenty In N. Oct. bridge Creek was filled with mackerel this They were so thick that as the tide went down and left the fish In the shallow people caught them with their hands and In Mackerel were never seen In this section THE Hawk a. L. Oct. 21.-Farmer 3. of Eastport was aroused early this by n noise In his poultry He seized hla gun and went out- where he found a big hawk circling He tried to kill It with a blow of MB and It attacked He retreated a few and then shot the Wheat am a Political Oct. attack of Chairman Butler on tho wheat In which he charges that the present rise in wheat is due to manipulation for political surprise and amusement in The free have been making efforts to secure help from tho Agricultural Department to bolster up the absurd claim that tho rise In wheat Is pure Quotations from the officials of the Bureau of Agriculture on the wheat situation are carefully suppressed by the One effect of the Introduction of wheat prices Inlo the campaign as a political factor will ne ator In his tions to that and It Is altogether likely that ha will personally Inaugurate another campaign against tho commercial Exchanges along that PRINCETON'S BIG JUBILEE THE BRATION OF THE The for arc fair and cooler The barometer has fallen on coast and from the Lower Missouri Valley ward over Southern Rocky Mountain it has risen from the lake region southward to tho Gulf and of tlie Hocky Mountain The barometer la lowest In Arizona and highest north of A ond of high pressure covers the Ohio The depression which was central to the north of the lower lake region this has moved nnd now covers and the Lower St. Lawrence It la colder In the lower lake the Middle Atlantic and Upper Ohio and the plateau and It Is warmer In the Mississippi and Missouri Local prevailed ing the day In nnd the lake re- The weather Is clear except In ern In the northern portions of the lake and In Eastern where The weather will be fair and cooler Thursday from southward to and It be fair from the lake region southward to the East Gulf The record of temperature for the twenty-four hours ended at taken from THE YORK thermometer and from the of tho Weather la as The Wheat 21.-ln the grain market to-day there Un activity but woa no In firmness of. Ha and the tendency was Foreign wero Od and Hour WM firm and a shilling Last Night's Grand of the Alumni nnd Re- viewed by President and President Patton The Largest Parade Ever at Princeton Fireworks Close the N. Oct. All that goes to make up a pleasant Tall evening conspired tJ the closing cises of the Eludent of tho 1'iliiciilun a All the to the fancy were tlie moon through the toll played amons the leaves anil not cool enough to make It All day long the ennuis haJ In from nil di- at 7 o'clock It estimate J that verc n an 1 visitors In They swarmed tiie ht reels and the campus su one scarcely got The great event of tho the of alumni and with of the Illumination of tlie campus At 7. lj o'clock 1'icslJeni CNn companied Ijy at und to tlie ro stand In from of Nassau by tnu i- City Troop of On Uio platform with Dr. Mr. Jl Dr U. 1'iof with j an Informal on en bland tho Nassau and IKO 11 through the In the Greatest Such a parade 1'ilriceton liad before It took jubt utes for It to pass tho Ami nnd were exhibited us college null the of pranks In could got Tho parade was headed by tne Hand of and following this was tho company 01' knoun us the wearing cocked hats and tho buff and blue uniforms of Colonial Aa these passed by tho band struck up the Tell Them lhat You Saw Following then came a company of Yale men In caps and followed by the un- of The Old Guard comprised of classes from 1S23 to passed by commanded by W. S. and marching to the time of Auld Lang Tho of provided one of the most of the An advance guard of men dressed In short breeches and long coata of George Washington pre- ceded the coach In which the Rev n. D. Harlan of Rochester was taking the part of George The coach was drawn by four gray horses and two darkles were perched upon the high Koat In The motto on one of the ried by of excited ble It was addressed to the und Si ml Your to at which His smiled as If lie would take the matter nlo consideration at a later 1805. 8 A. M 0 A. M 43 04 47 67 CO 02 03 60 01 47 4 P. 6 P. 0 P. 12 P. THB thermometer la 0 the lhat of Ihe Weather Bureau 283 foot street temperatures were i.e Printing Houea Weather Bureau date date for twenty umn k Col After the procession had passed by tho band commenced playing Old nnd of voltes look up the I by Henry M. from of Nassau Other after which Mr. Alexander thiee lor the Horn Dr. and Pi of. all of which were given with a rousing A line pyrotechnic several set tho evening's and the were compelled to go away dis- appointed at not been ablo to hear the During the entire Nassau Hall was brilliantly d by thousands of electric which windows and bringing the historic old building Into against tha THE ALL MM HAY Graduates from for Seventy Yours N. Oct. Hall was not near large enough to hold all those who desired to in tha Alumni Day exercises held there ing as a part of the Princeton The town was full of Graduates In almost every class of the last seventy years were present and appeared In the academic procession with which the ceremonies The by Gov. President and Grand Marshal Pi of. formed at Marquand and proceeded to Alexander The procession was even more dignified and stately and spectacular than day's because nil the delegates had arrived nnd were In In their flowing robes of variegated The stately Interior of Alexander Hall was a scene of surpassing Here was the aged scholar honors thick upon the gray-haired of every from every Important college nnd delegates a score of foreign In every walk and station of the old the the gay young and tlie such as were to squeeze into the stray nooks and for the visitors and egates were first to be cared nnd nearly the entire undergraduate body were on the Gov. who Is by the ter of the college the nominal President of tho Board of The After a prelude by tho Gov. Introduced tho Rev. Dr. Henry Van Dyke aa a representative of the delivered the entitled aa fol. Into the dust of the et man the wish to Itie of. hli man Mi wortu H tin
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