The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 30, 1911, Page 13, Image 13

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battle of tha Philippine and the
heroea of naral engagement were all
remembered. , , :' -.'
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vloa wti held at Venice, where floweri
war oast upon the water of th Pa-
elflp In honor of the aailor dead. In
Are You Married to Your Facts?
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Loa Aotelea monater memorial aervlce
were held at the Tempi Auditorium and
In Central Park,
In Memory of Chaplan.
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' good grounds for a divorce!
South Bend, Int, May 10. Faculty
and student of the University of Notre
Dame, with a number of prominent
gueata, took part today In interesting
eserel attending the dedication of a
atatu of the Rev. William Corby, a
Roman Cathollo prleat who won fame
a a chaplain In the aervlce of ta Con
federate Btatea army. The atatue,
which la a replica of a almllar memorial
of Father Corby erected aoma yeara am
at Gettysburg, etande on the university
campua .In front of the nail that bears
his name.
! J ;i Matchless Skies and Verdure of Earth Make Glorious Setting for Decoration Day
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Memorial Day in Chicago.
SlrUI DUpetrh ! Tb .1 .- I
Chicago, May 10. Governor Deneen,
Mayor Harrison and other notables re
viewed the Memorial day parade Id Chi
cago. The parade waa one of the larg
est of recent yeara and Includod vet
erans of th Civil war and Spanish war,
detachments of cavalry and artillery
from Fort Sheridan and the full
strength of the IUJnols Naval Reeerve
and National Ouard organisations of
Chicago. Michigan avenue, Jackson
boulevard and other thoroughfare
through which the procession moved
were profusely decorated.
Musical Congress.
(ftperUl Dl.p.U-S to Th Journal.)
London, May I. Th fourth congress
of th International Mualcal aoclety waa
formally opened today with interesting
oeremonlcs at ths University of London.
Representattvea of many of the coun
tries of the world were in attendance.
The congress will last five days. The
mornings are to be devoted to papers
and discussions dealing with the art and
science of music, while the afternoons
and evenlnga are to be given over to re
citals and concerts in which many musi
cians of international reputation will
take part
Mllwaiikle cemeterlea a'er made
Smooth Ilk well trimmed lawna - In
readiness for today. The earliest cars
carried the people with baskets of blos
soms so thst visitors found th gTaves
banked with multi-colored flowers.
Ther were two formal programa thla
morning Lone Fir and at Mllwaukle,
; where the A. J. Smith post, O. A, R.,
dedicated its monument "To the Un
known Dead.''
At Lone Fir cemetery, the U. 8. Ma-
'line band gave a sacred concert while
the graves were being decorated. The
- exercises began at 10 o'clock. At t:S0
O'clock member -of Sumner poat rath
er ed at th hall. Grand avenue and East
Tine street, and marched to the cem-j
tery. Carrlagee were provided for
those who were not able to keep up the
, Frlonda gathered early at thla ceme
tery and began placing flowers, wreaths
and foins on tha graves. Th cemetery
by noon presented a pretty sight, as
the national colors wer also used In
profusion. The Monument circle was
covered with bouquets, and a large flag
waa held at half mast. The concert waa
given at the platform provided near the
circle. The afternoon aervicea begin
at 3 elook. .
For the afternoon ther wer an
nounced music and addresses in South
Plata block, under the auspices of Lin
coln-Garfleld and Georjre Wright posts,
O. A. R with John F. Shields as speak
er of th afternoon, hla subject. "Amer
lea." and an address by Dr. Luther R.
Dvott at Lone Fir cemetery.
At J p. m. it was ordered that traffic
liver Morrison bridge be suspended by
the opening of th draw, that th menv
bers of the Women's Relief Corp, aux
iliary to George Wright poat, might
scatter roses on th surface Of th water
in honor of the aailor dead.
The United Spanish War veterans
began gathering at the Knight of
pythalo hall this morning, that they
might prepare for the afternoon parade
from Second and Morrison, wher th
members of th O. A. R.. Llnooln-uar-
fleld and Georg Wright posts had grath
ered to march, all together, through th
streeta to South Plaza block, wher th
muslo and speaking was scheduled to
begin at 3 p. m. '
Woman Bsrr Lunch0.
The medal-decorated veterana of th
Civil war assembled Informally at th
Second and Morrison headquarters thla
morning. At noon the women of the
Rollof Corps served puncheon. Some of
the veterans spoke of ' the sadness of
the meeting. One said pathetically that
Georg Wright poat had lost eight mem
bers since th first of January, that
nearly all remaining were feebler than
Giviocco GrovQ
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In Memory of nishop.
(SpecUl DUpatcb to Tb Joornal.)
Baltimore, Md.. May 10. An Impres
sive memorial aervlce for Biahop Paret,
who waa head of th Episcopal diocese
of Maryland for 25 yeara. waa held In
Emmanuel church today as a prelimin
ary to the annual dlocrsan convention.
The principal eulogy was delivered by
Bishop John Gardner Murray, who suc-
Loa Angrles Observes Ray. c ceded Bishop Paret upon th tatter's
(United rreae Lw4 Wire.) death last year.
Loa .Angeles, May 10. Lo Angela
and lta suburbs participated elaborate- 1 Tests In Dublin have shown that th
ly In memorial services. The dead of I wind will carry disease bacteria 200 feet
the Civil and th Spanish-American and aa high as so feet into the air. vn
ware, th soldiers who fell in the 1 when there 1 a heavy rainfall.
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American Gentleman Tailors9
Scenes in local cemetery early today, where sorrowing
graves of dead.
laid flowers on
last year. They speculated, too, on the
number who next year will anewer roll
There are In Portland aeven post of
the G. A. R.: Ltncoln-Garfleld and
Georgo Wright poat on th wat side
Sumner post, meeting at Grand avenue
and East Pine; Gordon Granger, Benja
min F. Butler on the eaat aid; A. J.
Smith, at Sellwood, McKlnley post at
Montavllla, Auxiliary to each Is an
organisation of the Women's Relief
Mark nistoric Spot.
(Special Dispatch to Tb Journal
Port Clinton, Ohio, May SO. The
membership of th historical and patri
otic societies of Ottawa and neighbor
ing counties, together with a number
of distinguished guests from other parts
of the state, participated In the exercis
es today at the dedication of tablets
marking two . of. the most hlsorlcal
points In i northern Ohio. One of the
memorials is on the sit of Fort San-
doskl. th-first fortification built by
white men in Ohio, located on Sandusky
Bay, north of - this place. Th second
monument marks the northern end of
the old French and Indian trail from
Lake Erie to the Ohio river, known aa
the Sandusky and Scioto rout and later
as Harrison's trail during th war of
grave th memorial has bn erected by
public subscription. -
Mechanical Engineers Meet.
(Special DUnatcb to Tha Journal.)
Pittsburg, Pa., May 10. Th annual
spring meeting or th American society
of Mechanical Engineers was opened
here this afternoon with a reception at I
the Hotel Schenley. Th membership
of th society Is nearly 4000, and in
cludes distinguished engineers living in I
all parts of th country. Th preei-
dent 1 Georg Westinghouse, tha noted
Inventor. At the business sessions or
the meeting beginning tomorrow th
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tSDeclal DlRoatch to Ths Joarnal.k
Newark, N. J May 80. Colonel TheO-
dor Roosevelt was th chief speaker
today at the unveiling of a statue of
Lincoln on th plaxe In front of the
courthouse In, thla city. Lincoln post
of th Grand Army of th Republic
conducted th ceremonies, which were
or a most impressive character.
Th statu is a gift to th city from
th late Amos H. van Horn, who he
Queathed 126,000 for th purpose. Th
memorial Is of bronco and was designed
by ' Gutson Borglem. It shows tha
martyr president in a characteristic at
tltude, seated on a bench, with his fa
miliar high' hat at hla side. The monu
ment Is 6 feet 6 Inches high and 9 feet
4 inches in width.
- Taft Talks to Veterans,
iSalaH) BnpeSH f Th jAornal.t'
Washington May 0. With solemn
and impressive ceremonies Memorial
day was observed in the national capital
today on ..a more elaborate acale than
for several years past.- Business was
suspended In all the departments of the
government. Public Interest . centered
chiefly In th exercises at th Arling
ton National cemetery, wher President
Taft delivered th memorial address be
fore the department of the Potomac, G.
A. R. "Other speakers of prominence
wer heard at Oak Hill cemetery, the
Congressional cemetery and other, bury
ing grounds wnr siep counties inou
sands of th herolo dead. ' : : ,
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k(8pedal Dispatch to'The Jouraat)
Two Rivera, Wis., May 80. A simple
memorial shaft with an Inscription tell
ing, th tal of on of th most dis
astrous shipwrecks in th history of
Lake Mlohlgan was unrlld in th little
eemeterv hare today in memory of . th
unknown victim of th wreck of tho
steamer Vernon. Th Vernon was lost
off Twin River point th night of Octo
ber 27, 1887, and but on of th 64 per
sons - aboard was ' saved. Eighteen
bodies wer picked up and claimed by
relatives, : whils seven others wer un
identified and were burled In on grave
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and are prepared to furnish
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Handsome designs in Sold Gold Watches, 20 and
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