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FULLER IS A GUEST. CHIEF JUSTICE AT ORTliWESTEBN LAW SCHOOL BANQUET. On the Program for the Opening. Address but A k to lt xcu I Will K In Chi cago a Ai eV Ilrouie ltu ts or Dr John- on Jewrll and Ilyfnnl Irrwentnl to the choolatthe Mrtllral Alnuinl Dinner GovlcKInIey Speaks at Evanston Today Coimnencement Nrwi. Northwestern University like the all Gaul" of Caesar' Commentaries was divided into three part last night Tha depart. menU of law medicine and pharmacy held' their banquets at the Auditorium. Chief Justice Fuller was th guest of honor at the lawyers table and although fatigued by his trip West was in the best of humor as he mpLed a cigar at the. right of Judge Ilorton who presided. Mr.- Jus tico Fuller was on the program for the opening address. but begged. leave to be ex. cusea after thanking the members of the law kchool for the honors done him and congrat. ulating the class of 1895 upon their first step into a great profession. Henry Reck spoke on behalf of the graduating class. lrof lilewett Lee. introduced by Judge Horton as the son of the famous Genera cpoke on The J ew Law School and Frank II. Scott. 78 spoke on. behalf of the alumni. Prof. Lee dwelt humorously upon the new religion which he said prohibited better ventilation and irrigation In. the other world the now woman who was a changing enus In bloomers sad finally the new law school with its new methods now professors and new students. The Board of Trustees of the university recommended by resolution that. beginning September 1890. the course of study at jortbwestern Law School. be extended to three years. A gift by Justice John DeatfCaton of the Supreme Court of 1000 to which 3500 was added by donors whose names are with. held wee announced for the purchase of law library books for the law school. The following officers were elected for the ensuing years President William Vocko First President. Frank J. Loesch Second President Julius Stern Third Vice- President Clarence A. Barley Fourth ice- President Glenn E. Plumb TreasurerNO. n. Ilarnett Secretary Leasing Rosenthal. Among those present were Judge J. R McPherran 60 Sterling. 111 Cot. P. C. Colby Maj. E. B. Tolman Frank F. Pratt Presi. dent of the Chicago Law Students' Associa tion andKickham Scanlan. Chief Justice Fuller arrived in Chicago yes. terdl' from Washington. Ho will be in the city a week and will be the guest of Judge Henry M. Shepard. After. the banquet he declined the offer of a carriage and like an ordinary citizen walled to the cor. n r of 1\ abash avenue and rode home on a cable car. To a reporter for THE TBISITSK he said tie was greatly interested in IBr the progress of the city and in Mayor Swifts reform administration. He said a number of pleasant things of Chicago's new Mayor whom he said he had known for years as a man and particularly remembered his work In the Department of Public Works. nicQUET TUB MLDICAIi ALU3Lrf. lironze Uusts of Die Johnson JewelS and llyford Irrf ented. The first annual banquet of the Alumni As. sociation of. the Northwestern Medical School was held In the. Auditorium. Dr. George W. Webster was toastmaster. Thetoats and re. spouses were as follows The Faculty Trot Edmund Vndrews Since brevity is the soul of wit. and tedious ness the limbs and outward I I will be bnef. Shakspoare The Unmni DrGCCook Building nets in fame's . great temple. As in spouts the swallows build. Longf llow. Class History Dr C. V ood Lest men suspect your tale untrue. Keep probability la view. Gage. Fable 18. The Class of 05 A Letorneau Nibt after night he sat and bleared his eyes with books. Longfellow The College of Liberal Arty. JTr George Merrick How empty learning and how vain is art Slut as it mends the life and guides the heart" onng The College of Law Prof. Edwin Iiurrett Snih The cod of the law Js i cace the means to that end U war Yon Eliring. The College of Pharmacy Mr V X Dyrho For human Ills tie mates the pills Powders and lotions too. And all three things the doctor brines When he snakes his calls on yon Avondale. DL Wi H. nyroats. The College of Dentistry Dr E. D. Swain Uneasy his th head that wears a crown. The Oman's Medical School. Prof. Henry T. By ford Men must be taught aa though you taught them not. And things unknown proposed a things for. gal Pope. Dr. r rwnkltn U. Martin to presented the bronze busts of Dr. Hosmer A.- Johnson Dr. 3. S. lewelt and Dr. WH ilyford. lie Mid In seeking to do honor to the three eminent physicians wjsoee bronze portraits are before us I feet that we do the greatest honor to ourselves. In seeking to reproduce in duraho e form Uho faces of the great the good. and the true. e preserve lines which character takes a life. time to produce. If that character is whole. Da. J. JXW U ome we la this way retain omethrng ol that which we most dread to lose when such ones leave us. To you honorable Dean. U U not necessary for me to Introduce the group before you. la the center stands one of the Saunders of our school one or the BVdcst yit one cI Ibo strongest ol inenj a profound scientist a physician and a eanltarlan of national and international reputation a man of broad culture anti a friend of all good men a teacher whose ere- cepte wer always sought and whose voice was always raised for advanced knowledge. Such was our beloved professor ITosmer A. Johnson. To the right w wilt recognize the face of an old friend and one who for many rears was a colaborer with. us. Ho was a treat and self made man a profound student a his chosen profession with a reputation not limited by any country a pioneer and ma ter presenting a life rounded on all sides a x pular teacher a or eat surgeon and the dearest of friends. U ords cannot express our ove and appreciation for our esteemed pro- essor U. IL Byford. To the left the matured face of the country boy who attended the first course of lect. DR. HOSMER A. JOmtSOt. ures in the Chicago Medical College who roia an awkward boy in blue sane became on admirable pupil. Prof. J. SJewell was an epoch making man. The written history of fifteen years of hit greatest activity would constitute the most complete epitome of neu. rological medicine which could be written. In behalf of the alumni of our school and ts many friends and teachers who have by their contribution made this occasion possi. le I now have the honor to present to you ho Dean of the i Faculty. these bronze busts of lrof ii. A. Johnson Prof. H. Byford and Prof J. S. Jewell with the understand. tug that they be accepted by you in behalf of. the school and hung in a prominent place in lecture rooms of the Chicago Medical Cot- ege. Dr. Nathan S. Davis responded in behalf of the faculty. I FEAST Of Tilt SCHOOL OF rUUUIACY. Northwestern Students until a Thud ban quet In the Yudltorium. Tho third annual banquet of the School of harmaey took place in the Auditorium An- nex. The following toasts were responded to. Northwestern Dr. ii. D Shepoard 1 be School of Pharmacy l r Oscar Oldberu The Alumni ssociation' T Vtooton DO The t lass of uo U. h. Fo ter The Pharmacist as a Philanthropist Bodemaun Physicians nd Physics Dr. n E. Quine oniauasaMudent IJr 1. N Danforth GO WILL. PEtK TOD VT. lie Will Address Northwestern's Alumni In the Afternoon The lay' Program. The day at Evanston today will be given up to the alumni. There will be a reception and luncheon at the Avenue House at noon and a business meeting at 1 :30. p. m. But too event of the day among the' alumni will be the address of GOY. U William McKinley of Ohio to the association at 3 p. m. at the First Methodist Church. GOT. McKinley will arrive at 730 this morning in Chicago over the Penn. sylvania road. lie will be met by the. Execu. committee of the Alumni Association consisting of George 1' Merrick ProfJamej Taftltatneld Mayor Viliianr A Dyche the Rev Dr. P. H. Swift and John M. JJandy who will escort the Governor to- the Audi. toriuw Here breakfast will be served covers being laid for the following GOY. McKinley President Henry ade Rogera. U. H. Kohl. iaat Lafayette McUilliams. Maj. Moses P. Handy U. H. Bartlett. Melville E. Stone. W. A. Dj che John M. Dandy Geprge P. Mer. rck thaKev 1' H. Swift and Prof. 3. T. liatheld. The entire party will be driven to the Northwestern Depot and take the 10 45 train for Evanston. In Evanston the visitors will soend an hour driving about this broad avenues of the classic town and the Governor will be entertained at luncheon' by the Northwestern Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon college fraternity of which he is a member. The Chapter House on Sherman avenue will be appropriately decorated for the occasion The following fraternity men will sit at lunch with their honored brother and gue t from Onlo John George. It. B. Fisher II. II Tatiman P. E. Jones C Levere D. B. Rawlms George Henson ill am Sheller. J E. Chapman. B. G Davis B At Miner Wi liain Thompson U. E. Winstrand George Gilbert William KarcherA. A R. Jones t. A. Grover and U. S. Bunting. At 1 :30 p n. the Sigma Alpha" will hold an informal reception at their chapter house for the iaculty and students of the university to meet Uov. McKmiey. Alter the alumni address the orator of the occasion will be the guest of W IL Bartlett at his residence Greenwood boulevard and 1 orest avenue. In the evening Mr. Batlett will give a dinner in honor 01 Goy. McKtn. Icy. Lovers will be laid for twenty four. Later the party" will attend the commence. moot exercises of the university at the Audi. torium where Gov McKinley will occupy. a seat on the platform. DAYS LA LNT AT Annual Meeting of I'M iteta Kappa and the Irt itldent Reception. Tne annual meetings of the Phi Beta Kappa Society and the Presidents reeep. tion In the ev esing w ere the only events of interest j ester jiay in commencement week at Northw estern L nl\ ersity The Initiation of new members and the election of officers of Phi Beta Kppa took place at Assembly Hall at 10 a n. officers chosen for the ensuing year wer Prof. R. I Cumnock Presi. dent Prof. U. A. Coe Secretary and Prof. It. S. hite Treasurer There w ere thirteen initiates. two from the faculty and eleven members of the excellence In a W C Caldwel Marsden. Walt Charles liazza graduating cla s elected for holar nip They were Prof. prof. E. G onkUn. Frank er S. A her James Potter. rd Daniel J Holmes. Clar- cure Abel. al ler D. Scott Ml s Lucy Shu- man Miss Caria Sargent Miss Ella Ross. and Miss AnnaG Duplop At 430 p. m. l rof James Taft Hatfleld delivered the annual addresi before' the so ctety at Memorial Hall. His subject was James Russel' can Culture At S o clack graduating cla and patrons of Ml s Ahbie D Low ell. a Flow er of Amen. last evening President and Mrs. nogerg ga v e a reception at their reel denre on Sheridan road In honor or the to the trustees alumnl the uniterMt The guests were received b a committee consisting ol rlng Mrs. John Rldlong. Mns. I Danforth and Mrs J Ii. T more. The rooma were tastily decorated with palms. robes Ma peonies and cut flowers. Two hundred guests were received. LAST l VI AT l fc FATJTT. Alumni In Ta t Cron l Diploma and. I Eafewell Xdvlrev Greencasile lad Juno 12. SpeciaL The largest attended most enthusiastic and most interesting commencement exercises held at. Do Paviw University in years were brought to a close today with the float ex ercises of the Senior cass of the College of Liberal Arts The alumni of yesterdaj painted the city an old go d color and UN clats reunions wre largely attended. Over 300 alumni registered and nearly 400 at. tended last night' banquet which was on the order of the big Eastern universities. Today at 10 o'clock a large audience a u ccmbled to hear the address before the senior class which was t hue been delivered by Bishop Atticus G. Haygood of tue 31. E. Church South of Oxford Ga on the subject Thirty Years After AppomattoT. lut be failed to arrive his place being flue. by Dr. Joha. The degrees were conferred by President 3. Q. D. Joon who discoursed on What Shall theUnivcr lily" Do with omen Bishops Ninde of Detroit and Bowman of St. LouIS were present and made brief au e ADIEUTOALMAMATER SENATOR OULLOM ADDRESSES GRAD- UATES OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY. He Comments on Political Demagogues and Warns Young Men to Beware or Political Graveyards March to Mili tary Hall. U here Degrees and Diploma Are Conferred tight Graduates fleetly. llre et Com nl Ion In the National Guard. Champaign Ill. June 12. Special. The wenty fourth annual commencement exer. clses of the University of Illinois took place at Military Hall at 10 o'clock this morning. I neavy downpour of rain earns just before the hour set for the ceremonies. Although it reached many of the spectators who assem- led to witness the procession of the grad. uates from Memorial Hall It came as a wel. come relief from the hot v weather pf the early art of the week. Tho hall where the exercises were held does' service both as a drill room for the military corps and gymnasium for the university at arge. It was handsomely decorated lor the occasion with the old gold and navy blue of the university and the national colors. Directly behind Senator Shelby Me Cullom. whp delivered the commencement address was a massive shield surmounted by a gold eagle. March to Military Hall. President Draper and Senator Cullom met the trustees of the university and the faculty at Memorial Hall at 9 :30 o'clock. Preceded y the Illinois University Military Bond and' followed by the graduating class the revised list of which numbered seventy the alumni the guests of the day and tho undergraduates they marched to Military Hall several blocks rom the campus proper. Arriving at the hall the trustees and faculty toot seats on the platform the graduating class occupying a space reserved forthem directly in front. The latter wore the academic cap and gown. la all about 1 000 people were present. Dr. W. II. Stedman of Champaign opened the exercies with prayer. After a musical selection Senator Cullom delivered the commencement address. lie spoke at great length upon a range of subjects which might t e grouped under the title Education a a ecessary Qualification for Citizenship at. though the title was not directly applied. One great end and aim of a liberal educa. tion he said. is to build up a society or a government of people qualified to hear the responsibilities of sovereignty. lie then went into an exhaustive discussion of. the services the University of Illinois. performs or the people of the State the growth and development of the school and his anticipation and hopes for its future. Speaking directly of po ular education ho said Colleges and umver ities can never in this country supply the place of the common schools. The rr common schools the Ices ubhc schools of the United i States exi ting under systems of which ours in Illinois may be considered a far type. are the trqeuuirersitie and colleges of the people. The millions who are burn into lives' of labor. and who must labor to live bud their uni yenitil' in the little red school houses where tuition 14 free. Thtv nn 1 their ct llpiia ramous in the bchool house yard f the vtliage public school. lUrtlnnark or Intelligence. Rut among these children of the people boar log the birthmark of intelligence and industry. upon their bru a there are many who would seek. to explore further the temple of knonledco. and who wish to know more of the wealth of education lying just bft end their reacts. To them it was said that Yale and Harvard or Am. beret lay jut beyond and that they could pursue their t tuie4 la those great institutions. They might almost II welt have bet told to take wings and III to the sky to study the universe II' to he directed to such institutions. here was the youth of average pl tit tlnd the means to defray the cost of a four or five eaiV course at a distant college II" count never real. ire his ambition. He mu t abandon the ides nay. the very hope of it. No college or university education for him. V bar. imvasiabla and perpetual stood before him. C But i e and far seeing men early proposed to change these conditions. F r tifty 01 sixty years at intervals an occasional lInrt hall been made. an occasional word uttered. urging come method or System for the creation of an endowment which would put in operation A class or series of institutions in the several Stat offering a higher education at moder ite cot to the young farmers mechanics slid artisans of the country. It remained for a distinguished citizen of this State. a gentleman of advanced culture and humanitarian ideas a roan now far advanced upon the j nroey of life with whom for more than a generation I have had the bonorof friendly acquaintanceship to take upon himself the duty and responsibility of i relenting the great. subject to the people of Illinois. 1 need not tell any mi mber of the university that I refer to lcof. Jonathan It. Turner of Jacksonville. Some of you will remember. and all of y u should know. that very many years ago Prof. Turner conceived the idea that the Uncrai Government misbtvory prop rly ai propnat" to the several States from the pub. ir lands suthc ont to rotate from each State a splsndd endowment for a great industrial educational institution. x me of u are ttuJiut or political economy. earnestly trying to become ac Uaintcd with the thltJlyand philosophy of our own system of government. All of us have the same patriotic desire to become good citizens to build up and Oct tear down to bear our share in the responsibility and toeojQT our part in the sujeos ei of the great Republican institution called the United States. too are striving be your work here to tram to give intelligent consideration to the qupsuoas which shall come before you as American citizens to be able to weigh and determine anti by your votes decide- rightly nil such matters. This power to d cidn with the ability to decide rightly constitutes th highest prerogative of citizenship in a republic. The Reforming Demagogue. Those of you \ ho hue observed the events of the la t cHuer iU n know- that periodically there sweeps over the country a wave of so-railed re. form. U its hi ad ou wilt always find a class of professional agitators who claim to posses an- unfailing remedy f r the ills of society and the faults of party politics. They are usually men who have his on all sides of every subject- even tlumr by turns and nothing long. They are loud speaking aud eolf a trtiva won They live upon the credulity of the public and thrive upon the imagined troubles and ditlicnltiea of society They can settle and decide questions of high importance which have I uzzled the wiser statesmen and embarrassed the bri hta t minds with the facility and glibnei. f charlatans. They verify thfc ancient saying that fools rush in where angels fear to tread. The untrazn. m l d score which our sy tum of free' speech and free pre ! offers to pret nUera eives them a chatce t ml lead and I oison the minds of those whp hive not the ready mean- or replying to and counteracting ill judged doctrines. They will announce themselvs s upon the street. corners as U champions of some new and plausible but impracticable theor and too often the honest citizen is led into the mistake of abandoning we 1 considered policies which hue Mood the test of years to ad pt some ridiculous nonsense in their stead. The apostles of new phases of folly frequently ktacifer and annoy their betters and e for a time the steady current of public opinion to ripple with uncer. taint Soveial times in the la t thirty years under the management of ignorant or designing men. has the public tranquiuity been threatened. by new and pretentious political theories as unsubstantial as the moon hine New reform hypocrisies have repeatedly been fostered by lielfoinlptred patriots of great hm power. and have briefly stepped into temporary success. But after a few days of experimental test every one of the follies has passed away and been forgotten. Good sense ha always reasserted itself in the public mind and the dictates o wisdom end experience have ultimately prevailed as they always must. At old Political Graveyards. The present day and the. present year teem to oner the usual favorable condition for the generation and rapid growth of political. mush rooms closely related in quality and texture to three of former years. They seem to grow spontaneously upon the field wiser. great battles bar boon fought. and they hue found always appropriate nourishment on the political burial ground- of recent ears lonngHiencf Illinois Don't t go to th cemeteries where lie the political corpses of the past for your inspirations and sustenance. ou want the high t and best. Ion want that which lives and bears fruit Let alone that which is dead and bear only ashes. ( all it by whatever partisan name you may only Let it be alive. Do not. take to your arms the cadavers and mummies of extinct and d memories. Join that which has blood in its veins and life in its body. Let alone the false sad phosphorescent lights which are the products of decay and death and follow the bright and true and. honest sunlight which illuminates the way of patriotism end in. telligence. At the close of Senator Culioms address' bachelors degrees were conferred upon the seventy members of the class whose names nave already appeared in THE TBIBCSX. la addition commissions as. brevet Captains In the Illinois National Guard were granted to eight members ofthe class for excellence in' military drill during their four years' course. Master a degree. were conferred upon nine graduate students their names and degrees being' as follows College of Literature. for thadesTM of master Anna Shattuck Paimer94 S Keturah Elizabeth bun 8 Ola G ooUejr. 4. College of Engineering for the degree of master of architecture Clark Miller. 94. For the d m of civil engineer-Andrew Wallace Gates 83. William David Pence. 8 For . degree of me Washington Seaman. 03 Robert Alvin Wood. 04 College of Science. for the degree of muter of science Charles Frederick bites 04 AT WKSLK\ VN U t\ FKSITV. Degrees In Music anti Oratory and Banquet to Vluinnl. Blootxiington. Ill June 12 Special. Visitors who are hero for commencement week of the Illinois N Wesieyan University were treated to Ii glorious day. After the rain the air was fresh and cool and trio dust gone. The event of greatest interest was the commencement concert of the College of Music. Arnie Chapel contained a large and critical audience. The program consisted of thirteen lumbers em bracing music from Liszt Verdi. Wagner Debriot Uounod. and other great composers performed by the graduates and undergraduates of this noted music school. President V ilder of too university awarded diplomas to the following. Minnie U Welch. \1. Kathleen Ohern M. Gertrude Cool y. Nellie Webber. Nettle B. Butterworth Grace II. Wolf Elsie Swatz cad Kato Evans. The fir t annual commencement of the School of Oratory was held at 10 a. m. in Amie Chapel with a delightful musical and literary program. Mr. illiain lIertnam Merrill of Lexington. Ill. who is also a mem- ocr of the senior class of the university was. the only graduate. or he artistic program rendered by Mr. Merrill Tbe Diver. trout Schiller. was the most LITPUIU bit of ork. One of the most irtere is xocial events of the week was the tJanlu tendered to Judge- Owen T. Reeve- of Bloomington President of the' Board or Trustees nod Dean of the Col. lege of Law. Iheoccimon w is the fortieth- anniversary of Judge Iteeves' official connection with the unixcra t as well as the conclu- sion of his fortieth year of continuous acts- ice. The banquet was held in the hall of mathematics. in which the Board of Trustees are holding their meetings and toe toastmaster was Dr. Vi II uaer President of the university who opened the program with a brief address laudatory or Judge Ueeves Anti outlining his official career in connection with the Institution. Judge Reeves responded to a toast to his name in un eloquent manner. utter which Mrs. Beeves was introduced us the stanch supporter of the soars to whin Illinois Wesleyan University owe much of its success and present ttandir. She was heartily cheerel The banquet to the alumni too place tonight in too parlors of Grace Mtthodiat Episcopal C hurt h ALTO Mil ITVTtt HEROES. Honor and Medil Men of the Graduating eieuioulett Alton. IlL June 1 J special Graduat ing exercises of the extern Military Academy were held today at the Baptist church in Up. per Alton and on tho I beautiful campus. The Alton A\ bite Hussar" Band headed the procession to this church in the morning where the invocation was made by the Icy. George Smith. LL. I of A ton Organ music fol. lowed and then the address was made by the Rev. George E. Martin of St Lous on Ed. ucation Through the ge Lieut Col. A. M Jack on V. M. prlnci. pal addrE' sed the class with some words of advice or the future. and resented the diplomas to Cdd t ' apt O s ulard Turner. apt t' La llurnptiry Adjutant Charles It. Druiotnund and t t Lieut. Charles Rodgers Pierce all of St. Louis First LlJut. I reds tternan of Vandulla Sergt. Maj. IL ii. lVciodt of San Francisco First Sergt. Harry Cline of Marion and Sergu R. eves Scruggs of Decatur. The solid gold mark man hip medal was awarded to sergr MHJ harry II oods.tho fcnolar hip medals to Lieut. C Rodgers Pierce anti ( apt U. foulard Turner. and the tennis medals to C idus Pierce and Sisap' leij co the 11 b All these graduates have received missions as bre et second Lieutenants lu Illinois l1tional Guard. 1 MIMMD1T. Women rorJln to Ute I ront in Scholar. slI anti llouor MonU1outh. III Juno 12 rSpeciat Monmouth College Senate today elected Miss Grace V. o xii urn of Bloomington Bid instructor in Latin to succeed Prof. T. B. Glass who resigned yesterday The Building committee and financial agent were instructed to push the canvass for funds for the new auditorium and gymnasium and proceed with its erection as soon us the needed amount was In sight. The honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on tl e Rev J R Alexander of the United 1resl jtenan College at Asyoot Egypt wd Master of Arts on Irof J. J. Thomson of Stuttgart Ark. At the business s 11 eat IRK of the alumni association this afternoon Miss Jennie Graham Clark of Ottawa. Kas. a graduate of the class of 65. was elected member of the college senate for three ears she is the hret lady to become a member c f that bod KtD LtTTtK 1 V\ FOR College Pr lIent II. RaIsed IOO OOO anti Gets the I earsous Gilt. Gale burg III. June 12 snecial This has been It happy day for the college. At the alumni banquet tonight President John II. Finley made the announcement- that tho 100000 necessary to secure the D. K. Pearsons gilt had been raised. Dr. Piarsons was present and was heart i ) cheered. To alumni are inspired to push uhead and fulfill the conditions necessary to obtain Dr. Pear- eons' second g ft of 2o 000 moLg the contributors announced ton lJht was Joseph. Medill of HE CHIC. TBIDlE whoso gift was generous in amount. In connection with the banquet speeches were made by II M. Gilbert Geneseo 31. . Comstock Gdie-burj John P. Cu hmg Galesburg Mrs. Laura Busier lIasolett Chicago Ma. Martha B. tinlcy Galesburg Robert Mather Chicago. Reports of tn tee show the college in Rood condition. The enrollment reached 700. These were elected members of the board' The Rev. Samuel J ichoh bt Louis Robert Matner Chicago s McClureNew York. The alumni association elected as President G. A. Lawrence ice President J. B. Drown Secretary. Mr J T. McRnight Treasurer . V. Read. At the alumni supper Dr. Pearsons announced that the m rat ed should constitute a perpetual fund to endow a chair to b called after the Ute Rev. Dr. Patterson of Chicago. JACKMEVILLES I- N tl SS y. Address. Fetus Canstsi' 1 Tercl eii. and a ltin iuet Jacksonville. 111. June 12. This has been a bu y da with Illinois College pupils. past and present. The fore. noon was devoted to the senior class day ex- crcl es arid console 1 of the history or the lass a poem and handing down to the Juniors the class heirloom This afternoon the fifth anniversary of I hi Alpha Literary Society was celebrated. lion. , S liristow of Aberdeen. Ali s dell the principal- address. anti rrof. J B. Shippy. Plymouth. Ill. recited a poem on Our Centennial This evening a rpopption and banquet was given at Gmna ium Hall. After dinner talks were made by dial. P. Callonofthls city. illiam Ja Tip J M. Grout. and Charles Ringle of Springfield E. K. Putnam and- n. R. Yard or- tileaKO Thomas Booth or St. Louis A. Ayers or New York. Robert D. Russell of Minneapolis and others. U I OF tEBRASK4. Lincoln Point' lresnduy to 125 e\ Graduates Lincoln. Neb. June 12 Special Com mencemtnt week at the University of Nebraska closed this forenoon with the commencement oration by Dr. Gunsaulus of Chicago His theme was Character of Jerome Savonarola. the Italian reformer and sage. It was a remarkably strong dis- course. At Its close diplomas were awarded the 125 graduates turned out by the university this year by far the most prosperous In its history In spite or the hard times. From St. Mary's Hall Galesburg IlL. June 12. Special. Exer cise of St. 11 ary' School. Knozville were held today. tb Rt. Eev. Alexander Burgess presiding. The graduate were Minnie Rose Northey. Ilongh- tntuMictu Cora Martha Anise. Chicago Annie WWialll1o Terre Haste. lad erthau Swena- hers. Grand Rapids. Mieh. Bias Xortbe7. salutatonian anti Miss Swensberg vil dietorian. FIFTY YEARS OF LIFE. PRELATES AUDLAYMEN THRONGING TO NOTEE DAMES JUBILEE. Pontifical Requiem Mass Suns by isrch bishop tlder Profound Address by Bishop Spaldlnj or Iforla Moxley " In the Annual KesratU Musical Commencement at fct. Mary' isaperW Choral } ffecU Today Degrees and Honor Will Ii. Conferred on Graduates. Notre Dame. md. June li Special The second day of the celebration or iNotrej Dame University's golden Jubilee was again marked by a larger crowd than the one assembled ye terdaj Last evening five large companies. of various societies in South hand to the music of flv e bands. marched and countermarched along the college drives. The crowd today v as augmented by a large nnmber of' visitors alumni and old students t ho came. this morning. The exercises opened at S a. m. by the celebration of pontifical requiem miss for the. deceased alumni and benefactors of the unlvcrslt which was sung by Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati. The sermon by the Rev. Nathan ; Mooney. class of 77 of the- Cathedral or Chicago. was a grand effort referring in beautiful language to the members of the alumni who have gone to their last long rest lie is a strong pulpit orator and ed all who had the opportunity to hear him. The church was tilled with a vast concourse or visitors. At 11) o o'clock the crowd hastened to St. Joseph Lake. whsQh the annual regatta was held. The training for these races has been going on since winter and the first wabe- t een the crews of the new six-oared shell. The crew of the Golden Jubilee" was iTir iv r6 r O 5 BcrEr T i r r a t l aO TALE LAW SCHOOL. Ralph . Palmer taptaln 0 1 S. Sydney Corby- 2 Albert T. Spengler. 3 Arthur T. Chase 4 Philip A. Wellington 5 Frank ii. Hess. G John C. MeGulniLdoxawain. Moxley " the Uao The other shell. The Silver Jubilee was manned by Edward E. Brennan. No. I Charles. D. 1 No. 2 I. AI Bennett No T John P. Mullen No. 4 Fred W. Shulte. No. George X Johnson No. 4 llllam J Moxle Captain and coxswain. It u as a. closely contested face alt the way up the course and neither boat seemed able to make a lead. J At the turn they were even but on the return JMoxle s crew forced to the front. so tha tat the finish they were nearly two lengths ahead. Cap Moxley comes from Chicago. his father being " llllam J. Moxley the prom- mont manufacturer. The 6ther six-oared raie was betweert the two' hells "Minnehaha and. L.\arKeline" The first was manned as follows Georg4 Sweet. No. 1 Thomas King Captain. No. : Francis A\ en- pinser No. Alexander Carnes No. 4 Thomas Guthrie NO. 5 Edward jilmartin. No. JoaeihMarmon coxswain. EwnReline was mannedby Edgar Crtl- ly of Chicago No. 1 FrelJ OUrINl Captain No. : Jenaro. Daillai No. Henry Mathewson No. 4 Francis Wagner. No. l uisBrinker No. 6 JohnAlatt coxswain. The referees decided this a dtad heat. At St. Mary' ra tViity. At ii o'clock the crowd repaired to- the l beautiful grounds pf St. Mar s Academy one mile west where were held the com mencernent of of the graduates from the Academy of Music aru the academic courses. The standard attained by the students of this convent cannot be equaled by any other similar Institution in the land. The first number was a grand chorus Ju- bUante Dro rendered by the entire vocal class. accompanied by Iliss A TornQY. The graduates numbered tventy from the different courses and the fitie work done at- the Institution manifested Itself in the es says and' pot-ms. Two Chicago girls flnl h this ) tar Miss Mary Kyrneft and Miss Corinne Gra The poems showed artistic taste. Among them w ere j\ Starry Trinity" by Miss I' Ruppe The Queen of Arts. by Miss A. Torney jind lie Made Ills Proi hets Ports by ilissi Mary agner of I Lafayette Intl. The essays read had ejoqubnce or expres and clearness of style took the subject Nature. Miss A. Ryan the Great Alchemist t" while Ml s I. Is had no t.ea\ es from Colurrbias s Journal. The graduates from the Conservatory of Music showed great technical' skill and a BOUI 1 appreciation of harmony and xpres slob. The remainder of the exercises will b ei\ en tomorrow morning at 11 o o'clock. 1111101 Patterson rrhf Vhen the exercises by the graduating class of the university opened at 7.- p m. there n as not an extra inch of paqe in th college theater. Bishop Vaterson' arrived during the' day. and was preeent with the Archbishop and other prelates The ram w as begun with a grand overture Fidella I eetho\ en by the unl\ ersit orchtltra and then came the grand jubilee Qde arid chorus. Notre Dame of the Present. which was sun by over lf ) trained voices. The words were composed bO Maurice } rancid I pan. The flr t oration was delivered by Daniel P. Murphy or Lewisburg Pa. wl spoke on Eloquence anti Liberty The orator was a great favorite among the students and he was. interrupted time and again by loud ap. plau e After Oscar F. Schmidt of Rock Island had rendered a flute solo thtt1 came an oration by Kustace Cullinan of San Francisco : on The Letter and the Spirit. It was ad. ruirably written A\ hen the Orpheus Mandolin club had rendered the grand concert selection Our Jubilee. Thomas Watt of Los Angeles. CaU made' a magnificent ple for good citizenship in his oration on Character and Country. Iil h ip Spabtings ldnx i The Sweetest Time for Dreaming by the quartet prepared the audience to appreciate the oration of the day. delivered by the Rt-rRev John Lancaster S paid Ins D. D. Bishop' of' Peoria. He spoktr of the I work of education. In . hat it consists and the of ef the life or the ountr s citizens It waa a deep semi philosophical ad- tirCas anti the Bishop was In his heartiest pin w h n he referred to the steeds of ilgher education. Applause after applause greeted the learned priest. and at thre lose of the effort it was pome minutes before the ap- plau e 2 out. j At the finale Hall Columbia the audt- ence dispersed to meet again at 8 In th morning when the awardlngjOf honors an 1 conferring of degrees will take place. CLOSI O DA\ AT WEST POINT. T1 two Budding. aporon End Their Military ConnrJ West Point. X i June 12 SpeciaLl Under the great elms in front of th Library Bu Ming today the members ISO received their diplomas them stood a. crowd of admlrl Of the class of while around ig men women arid children. C . nUU " Adjutant- General or th army presenjted the dlplo. ma In the absence of the Secretary of ar anti Congressman Seth I. Mlliiken of Maine delivered the graduation oration It was e. good p ch. as an delivered to graduating classes i are nnd Mr MrMiiliken I a good speaker. lie impressed on the graduates there. sponMbillty or the positions they were now to V11 and gave them wrord of sound ad- ee The graduates went back to their quarters and put ore the citizens' clothes which they had been looking at for days and were ca data no more The furlough men also put on citizens' clothes for the first time in two years In the old days the graduate used to make the day boat" lively from em to stern when they went down the river But times have changed and graduates have changed with them. The newly made as yet uncom. mlssioned. Lieutenants on the steamboat New York Wt more sedate and dignified than anybody else on board. The graduates left. it to the officers and furlough men to sing the academy songs and shout the class cues. The tents are all erected now. A white city amid tree. In the grove nearFort Clinton and tomorrow the cadets at the post go into camp and the candidates repot\ The graduate lave their class upper at the Murray Hotel la New York tornorrrpw night. In the evening they visit the Broadway Theater In a body. The glory of West Point has departed for the year. Jolted. lit. June li Joseph I nowlton. who graduated with high honors from est Point today. Is one of Jollets best and brightest ourg men. Born here In lbb he developed rapidly. While fond of athletics he was a most omnlverous reader and was well grounded In American litera turf' lie left the Episcopal rectory school with a thorough knowledge of mathematics and the languages for his ale and entered the military academy at Dtlafleld Win. Here his close application and gentlemanly manner placed him among the first students in standing and popularity and during the last two years he served as tutor for under classmen Entering est Point front Delafield with highest honors he at once settled down to the rigid course required there and made a record-from his first year. UPOn his return home on Ms furlough he will tutor men for preparation for college. Henry C. Knowlton his father. agent of the Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe railway at this place accompanied by Mrs. Knowlton attended the commencement exercises. The Naval Chief Talk to Graduates In Al- abama. Auburn Ala tune 12 The chief feature' of the commencement exercises' at the Agri. cultural and Mechanical College today was the address of the lion. Hilary A. Herbert Secretary of the Xavy to the graduates. Among other things he said Conditions bsve been rapidly chancing in our country during the rented now drawing to It dose. Never did there open up before any portion of mankind such opportunities as our lathers enjoyed and never in the history of the- world did men achieve such results as have been accomplished within these hundred years. For' e ts harts yielded up their treasures great cities hue arisen by tile seashore. by lake and river towns villages homes. churches and schools everywhere and sixty seven millions. of active energetic thrifty people occupy the land. Mighty among nations of the tarth rejoicing in the proven prowess of its sol there an I its sailors. ready. willing. anti able to defend the rights of the humblest of its citizens in any portion of inc globe. its flag floating in all waters as the emblem of liberty regulated bi law. sad yet pursuing the paths of peace. with its motto Lqual arid exact. Justice to every American citizen under whatever flag he may be and Equal and exact justice from this a-Uon to all nations of the earth. great and small thi is the government that is to protect ) on and all others of our citizens while in the cent. ury dawning upon us you work out the great proolenis of the future. ASS Ills KICII A IMAGE. 3 Nearly One Hundred Women Are Made itachelors of Art ughkeepsle X. i June 12. Spec aL The commencement exercu e of Vassar College closed today with the formal commence moat program and announcements of honors awarded. The program of the commence. mont exercises was a follows Organ voluntary. Prof. Bowman essay on Mare Laura Antoinette Iirownell of Brooklyn One t actor of be Labor Problem. UraceAlden Beard of Weetyille. Coon- Few Items tt the t Credit rf Bacteria Bessie Eliza lloyd of Glens U N Chopin. Berceuse op. 67 Rose Martha Greening of Sew York Degeneration Anna Adele Monsch of Louisville lv. Individualism and Soci tl m Elizabeth Updeaff of McUreGor r la. . The Foundations of a Free Press Katherine LampbellKiley of New lurk conferring of' degrees doxology. rhe Ermlnle A. Smith prizes in mineralogy and geology were awarded to Mary E. tied- ney and inaie C. Vk ood respectively. inner of. the graduate scholarships are la the classical languages Elizabeth Chard Smith in economies Helen Ladue in biology Anna Monsch in English Theodora A Phelps and in mathematics Lillian C. Heaver President Taylor in sonorous Latin. addressed the candidates for the baccalaureate degree an'\ bade them receive the reward of their labors. One by one the girls went for. ward and received their diplomas. tied with ribbons of Vassar pink. By which simple process the following young ladles received- the degree of Bachelor of. Arts Etheldred Abbott. Harriet Elizabeth Abbott Margaret Kate Acker. Mary Louise Armstrong. Katherine fool Arnold t SUllie Lillian Austin. trace Alden Board. Beatrice Ltb l Bennett troline tills Bloegett Resale huza Jtord teorffie Smith Iioyntou Margaret Robinson UrllndJiIllprf Annie May rillckerllolf. Gertrude ncelin Broncos Laura Antoinette neU Pearls ere Burnbam llelon llolbtook Candee. Giace t arpenter. Ma Ha i C Chills Fan. fly Cohen. ncoLa9iaretrawford. LmmaTberesa Delany. Anne Dorronce Phebe V an V lack Dough. ty. Be te Anna Durant. II. Emery. Jennie Agnes Rates bu an U07t tvans. liazeltin Reyn. olds } Fletcher Jo epnin Bow n F etchf r , lor nee Edna reemao Edith May Gnrvin Mary Linanore OeUDer. Uric Uoodwin Anna JeannettoOraham Jnliotta Green Rose Bortber Grunting Mary liasighwnut Alice Henry. I Clara Mossman lull Lddah Hitler bu Whitcovnb lhind. Edith Clark Holmes. Harriet lay s Helen May Holmes Sarah Edna How II trace Duryee lluiat Alicia Lewis Johnson. ilheirockett Johnson. Mabel lren Jones uaan Louise Kelly. Otie Kirclser Helen Newberry Ladue. Abide l- x L am",1. ara Macearthy Emma Cornelia Mauley HaUin Louise McCutchenn Maria Louise MoNey Ethel Adams Merritt Merion Knnor Mitchell Anna Adele Monsch. Mary Lstelle tiulbolland. Mary Sweenny Mnndy. rmma yckoff Murray. tlsie Myers liceMary aim. Julia bwiftOrvis. Ma d Orwi Caroline Marie Pelgram. Theodore Ails Ph Ips. Christie Hamilton roprnheim Ida Hnl t roppenheim. Mary Minerva l Ht Katherine Campbell Relley Uabele Adams K iroer. Alice Emma Rugge Julet i bruig Flora Ansorette Simmons Jessie Valerie Skelton Elizabeth Chard Smith Eloanof Louise Smith Elizabeth Lincoln Smith Frances Albee Smith Ella Gertrnds Snow Gabrielle Matilda Snyder Bertha Rich strong t lora Mabel Taylor. Eliza beth Gertrude Thorns Wi. Dorfee Townsend. Julia Emery Turner Elizabeth Updecraff. lary Verhocit Florence lantlie Vernon. Maude Caro Wattsin. Lillian Clark Weaver til a Marian Welch Edith Williams. Gertrude VMtscbief innie Clifton ood and i anny f Thpraton York. LAKE FOItEST STtl L TS ORADUATE. Dr. Harper of the VnU ersity of Chicago Deliver the Commencement Address. Seventeen students at Lake Forest College five of whom are young women and twelve bays of Lake Forest Academy received their diplomas from tho e institutions yesterday morning and the seventeenth annual corn. mencement reached its climax in the tint. versity graduating exercises. The Rev. James O. McClure D. D. offered a prayer. Then Dr. A\ llllam Rainey Harper resident of the University of Chicago delivered the commencement address. His subject was Tha College Student arid the Bible. lie clearly defined the need of knowledge of the Bible for every student and referred to it as the greatest work of history. After Dr. Harpers address Dr. John M. Coulter Pit. D. LL D. President of the university pre sented the diplomas to the graduates. Those who received diplomas were Arthur D. Coulter. John Gaylord Coulter. Abi. sail Johnson Davies Ernest 11. Fradenburg Tanetta Spafford Gulieland Msbel Uilson. 1 red Ames Haynei J 1m It. Leo Dean Lewi Fret Swan MelUn. Jnlla ii. Mckte UHaiTRaymond Nash Charles O Purist Hattie L. B. Phelps John Hugh Rice. Charles Thorn. Edward Pjt Vance. Samuel R. Bresriey Ralph S. Chandler Andrew Coot V irth Dunham. VS illiainJ V son. Gilbert II Keith. William Kllion" Will. Urn S. Kline. William JRice John it aJrn Ezra J Warner Jr. Ii. Allen Warren and Willlam VVright. DrTrunian WBrophv D D S. Dean pf the Chicago College of Dental Snrgery. was given the degree of La D. urgery The exercises closed with tba annual state- taent of the Condition of the university by President Coulter. At a meeting held yester. dsy morning the trustees of Lake Forest UnU versity subscribed 25000 for the payment of the debt of the university. Luncheon for the commencement guests wa. served at the Durant Art Institute at 1 o'clock. The commencement exercises were closed EARLUAI COLLEGE GRADUAiv Trot Albion Small of Chleago Delivers Commencement Address. Richmond md. June 13 fSoec 1 Earlham College held its thirty sixthannual commencement this morning Lindley Hall which was crowded. The old custom so long in vogue of thegraduatej or a part of them speaking has been done away with by this. In tltntion and Instead a flee addrew on H Wanted" waa dellvefed by Prof. Albion Small PluD. head of the deJrtm Social Science at Chicago UolTewg1 fi close degrees were conferred. Commencement ote HOiNOJRS OFPEINCETOK PBIZES AND. FELLOWSHIPS THE CLASS OF 895. H w York Carries Off' the t Valedictory Richard Hatch Chicago ltas Two M Cormlck Brothers In This Years Ku. vest List of Graduates from the Test Diplomat John Wloster Had a II D t Ictor In the Lynda Prize D bates Good-by to the Campus. Princeton. IV. J June 12. Special.- 148th commencement exercises were held at 10 o o'clock this morning President Patton presided. Alexander Hall was crowded ta its utmost capacity by the friends of tit graduating class. Following were the com. mencemcnt orators W. D. W ard New York Latin salutatory Daniel P. Platt ew Jersey the EnsUii salutatory. The College Man in Politics John p. Crawford Syria. Thu Outlook for Philosophy In Ameri ca. Alfred Ilajes Jr. Pennsylvania. The French Presidency a Political Anomaly Wilbur M. Urban Pennij vania. Our Message from the Dark Ages AT. thur B Wells. Twentieth Century Puritanism. wiffli H. Butler. Announcement of prizes gonferrrngl0f. bachelors' masters' and doctors' degree the valedictory oration on True Consrs. thin by Richard D. Hatch of New York follow ed In the order named. Those of the graduating class from Ui ct are Alexander Andrews Zanesrll O Ernest G. liergen Harbor Springs illicit. William F. Burns Evanston m. Charles L. Candee Chicago iii Arthur Dunn Chicago Ill. ltobln W. C. Frand. Ohio John C. Ilarding. Evanston iii tt In Hirshneld Steubenvllle O. Sud Howe. Chicago IlL Theo. S. Huntingtoa. Columbus. O E. K Johnson. Michlm City Ind H LKennedj Colorado Sprier. Cob. r. V. Lewis Kansas old F. Me- Cormlck. Chicago Stanley R McCormick Chicago. Robert E Rose. Chicago JohaH. ihacher Kansas City Mo. Oliver W r ton. Cleveland. O Frank C. Van Sn Iarls 111 Arthur R. tils Corning Va.- alter if Buckingham. Lon Mont. Cola- Rhodes Clay. Mexico. Mo. Gall A. fl' Chicago Frank Reynolds Maquokets la. Lj nn It. Butter. Chicigo A. Shoenm rr Los Angeles Cal. The Chancellor Green mental science fel. low ship went to A\ ilbur M Lrban the class. lea fellowship Lewis C. Woodruff claw of ISOO experimental science fellowship. II. U Carpenter the J S K. mathematical fel lowstilp. William D Ward the boudirg historical fellow ship D. IL Weeks. Alexander Guthrie McCosh prize fell to ; r Crawford. L nde debate prizes were First. B. I Hlrshtield second K. W. Lewis third W. F. Burns. Baird prizes. A. P jmbnie. in oratory. V. if. Lukens in delivery W II Butler in deputation Joseph lark first Alfred Haytl Jr. second. Class of Ttt prize R. U Sterling. Class of ISiJ prize Henry B. Master Lyman IL At ater prize in political economy Kdw ard H Hoos Frederick Bernard A\ hite prize in arctlUct- ure Henry Ii. Master. Theodore Cuyler prize In economics Rob ert E. toss. Class of 1SSO prize in ethics Daniel VT. Dexter. The junior orator medals First. John I Moment second G If. Waters thirdJotn iii Trout fourth 1 Edward IL Hamilton. MarJean prize Edward S. vtocesttr. Dickenson prize John M. Trout Thomas B Wanamaker prize la English. Fred William Loetecher. Class of UU prize In near M. Russell Francis Diddle sophomore essay prize. Arthur N. Leonard. Class of 1ST university fellowship is biology o report. George Potts Bible prizes First. Charles II. Condit secona Edgar I. Srrtead. C. O Jollne prize in American political hlitory Edward 11. lIons. Class of 1 70 junior P English prize-John U. Trout honorable mention F. V\ Locucter. Class of PiTO sophomore English pru William II. Deener honorable mention. I H. Nichela Class of 1S70 Saxon prize F. W Loctscher James Gordon Bennett prize Arthur Dunn. Honorable degrees. A. M. Spencer Irving Clarence II. Bn hnell 77. D The Rev. John herry SSEdwarl Reed flerkitalter K Jo ephus Leanfler Soo 71 Jlussel Cecil5 74 WUhiam rence Lednlth it LLD Samuel Hayes Pennington. MD 23 Charles Ileatty Alexander 70 W. B. Hornblower II the lion. John W. FoiUr D C Special high honors In philosophy were taken. b John F. Crawford. Daniel Weaver Dexter. 1M In M Morris WilburMUrban In history Jurisprudence and politics by AlfredllayesJr In natural sclenc by Curtis S Foster. In classics by Joseph C. Sloane andLonll C Woodruff. In English by Henry It. Master. In mathematics by Vlillam D. Wart IV B& iri I ler I iw S UP GUIN ELI. Forty ew Diplomas and Degrees W lilsiclai Work. Grinnel. la. June 12 At th alumni banquet of Iowa College last nlitt 130- sat down. Toasts were responded to by K. A. Wads worth 83 W A. WUIardK Jesse May. TO G. P. Wyckoff. M Elver Ttinghelrn Jewman SO. The alumni address by ex Magoun was a care ful review of the history of Iowa CoUeci from its foundation at Davenport In 13 until the close of his connection with It to 11110. Today- four graduates recetv diplomas sixteen receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts eleven of PnilosophT fourteen of Science and three diplomas from the school of music. Special honors wets awarded Estella Roberts of Postvill Ia Greek Prank V. Darling of Sioux City to Philosophy Ella P. Thompson AUjona to English- and mathematics Estella Boberti of Postvllle and Alice Sudlow of Newton la English. The degree of Master of Arts was conferm on Alice Dunham93. for work In Greek an Latin Carrie 31. Sheldon. 03 ork In Greet and English. Mary Simmons Tl. wortta Latin and. English Luther Verbeek. W work In chemistry. The commencement oration today was given by Henry DenuirHt Lloyd of Chicago His address was lath line of social reforms. not forgetting to SCOT the press for Its attitude toward inch Be as Burns and Stead. v HJ When Run Down There is nothing like Hoods SarsapII4 for building up it thoroughll p rifles vitalizes and enriches the blood. I had bilious fever 7 weeks andw slow in gaining strength barely ablewl walk had night sweats stomach tronbVI etc. My wite insisted on my t Hoods Sarsaparilla and three bottlj built me up and made me perfectly dl She began to take it for caiarrhandll our great surprise it cured her of swciul l neck or goitre. We cannot P aktjj highly of Hoods Sarsaparilla ata blMJ purifier. James P. Seaney Tuscola HOODS SARSAPARILI Is the only true blood punficr prooun ly in the public eye today. Hood's Pills a ttiHU ar aawwu a nitd family eattartie. AS TO TE AOTIONl rney Repudiate A IT of th Ma In l That H" the rennylva j and Intimate to Sleet the Sentiment Prt The trustees of 1 vtable feature their motives and il great work. I This Important n a report from the Jl necnng committee weekly meeting I report was elicited Of the proposed cod ndthaPcnnsylvari Sridzeat dmpbrl ny Intention to 111 channel to drain contract in that re nay be amended 1 as legal effect to L sentlmCn Witbtl rouUne matters the" this rep was all 1 Ihemeetunr. Thefc through Chairman I SKfoSK. JJ itSlit n tuyfppl meat between one oil SudUtrictbywhicf he right at one. to BJ rorick of the extent of the proposed agreement criticism of your i was ft complete rr are of your work i thfotareat one. Inasmuch a under f onsideratioo fcishway crowing i of taken under pursuant to an order we deem it but Just well yonreommiM state briefs the pol j fore expresied. to channel for street i necessity for any the present time. a meets such a that powrs of the dutricl Expressed T\ The discussions tempt to ttl by IncswithUie SantaJ directed the attent' ntnra and th ezt nigbtbemade upoc with the cutting of o nxhtaofway. The great a to occasion i th resources of the excavation were all of th work atill to bj basis of both twin i was found that the c traction and mamtcl stationary bridges bjl item of maintenance bines under favorabf sanguine could not th general goverum the lower Desplaiaee to connect with our tmnnons waterway a within a period of would be no occasion tures erected even I. with which to builds t additional ronsiderat for wm bridges for mate by agreement. would be necessary. damages for the mis njrthinff wonld ba i problematical. A la if made would of completing lag the sanitary the amount of the ve not be sufficient fine so appeal were talc amount of the award for carrying on the wt it wouhit take away f ic rauon and cao board was brought fs Shall swing bridges their use for a period L the completion of thl drainage purposes fol than expected or ah' constructed for the i logs to be replaced I by ttie improvement not Rivers a contio contttnetod capable seemed but one court. deavoruur to secure anti pe dy relief. Accordingly the Jqq and Engineering t 211894. rtcomme that tatlonary bndg be replaced by owing Government bail o i to furnish with our i say. Thea. reports were your honorable body. I approbation of tbacoJ ioa of opinion sore f cams op again in legislation for an i that time sought to i act o as to provide tL be constructed upon tune refused to so pr ness of the cocci us able Thare limited topmvidJ to defer the erection f time arrives when thtj at the time of react rsesly disclaimed ar laoon to tbe use of purposes when the would be impossible capacity provided that. conairing question ot w touch a que Uon of yt\ Necessity of At hls arises from thJ Tn contracts for the rest th city reguJ removed from tnel trict. except such an direct to be ns d for i brick clay. The fails of our contlnno o much the use of u Or purpose Only niatenal l were exc uon during the last pn fiflh of the tot Very little ha been I non n nearly half til lapsed. The eight r Campbell avenue for cletotheprogR tiation bavebpn i Puryos of le ODooinrutyleetl y embankment toi ard scows ft T excavation securing thi m the tame tuai J lo ion as to the If faUeh- It will save J at the aml f ert of the district f at ndl tnctwilS Sm Wtt rway dam aemnauonlncMaa tat' ma at it channel I Sanitary fcSsSvte tySft" b" r1f W Ut f. NORTHWESTERN W BANQ n Pro m 11. Ci. f caio Y.eJ Uut. Un Ii ao..rwCl. lfo1 rCntCt s Sbolat the Idltal hIU 1 IUnner GOY. lrKlnley fpeak. Jvanllon 10 wlnel ment Ne' Xorthw ter lk th al I Of. c CO. mm e trie W dhide Into" the prti" ld ht TA eprt ment meicle anl I. teir banqlet te Audiorium I Che Jutc uler t glesfof I a t tble ad alhoujh ftiue II' trp West 1sln t. blt a rple el r riht Horto 1ho prciJe. UI t tle uler as th prorm opni b e. ICae. ee thnkl th Ucm bn t1 la 1 hoOI te ad conirat uatm t cu upn frt Ira profession lenrl pt bh11 Dlewet Le. introuce I Jud e lortoll. t te rfpke on Te Xew a rnk 1. S t. spke Lbal aumnL Iro Le dwel relhln 1hich 84io prohibite bter ao Irig tion worl te woman 18 " 1 chanzig Venuln blom en t fnalJ a ol Wlb It methos ad tudents T Bord Trutees uniersi i r. recmmnde b reOltlOI bllnnin j Sptembr cour5 ofuudy I heer Lw b ntnde ii b eubce DenCaton If te S preme 100 wa adde dOlors who arewlh I 18 anouo pinchu I Ibrf bok fortb chol T ton. 1. t. lh ensul 7er \\1an1 Voke lce.eeiJent rank Lsch IcPresient Julus tem Vic. I Psident Bre Yic Ielent Genn Ellumb Treasurer O. Barnet Sccretr Lsi R0enthl i 1 mon E Me Pberrn 0 Steri I C COl. b : E n rnk Pt l resi. I dnt t Chico Lw Student' Assoc1. uo ad Kickhn S nlan. Justc aoo les I Wabinlon wi b Ci7 wek andwi b U 1 Sbeprd. Afer te 1 deie t oler crige a lke cUzen. t t nfr Wabh 8QQUC ad cble cr. forTHz II T1ns b ald te greatj intere. ed 11 te progrss te Ctl a Swlt' reorm admlnlltrtcn le numbr pleasnt t ig Chicionew aor hd ies m n a prtclary remembe te Deartment Publc D. OF TIEI IHCAL AiUL L BDze rU1 n Jerl 7fOrd lllfnted Te fr t te AlumnA oition olt eial WA trtb. Auditorum. i. Oc rge Webter 8 toltmaster. Te toata ad re pnile. were. folows FacutJ lrofEmnd ndcwl SiDc bc1it7 i te lul wit tious' ne. lmb outwar lwi b ref" kpal h. umnl. Dr. E. C Cok uidi J9b at tmpe. i ltuut walows lnld I LnjfUow CtuHtstl. Dre Wo Lst us ct untre Kep prtabit i yle aleF.ble 18 Cui 93. Dr ItA. LtorneBU Igbt aftrlgbthe lat d bleard bkL Lood low. TheCoUe Lbra Ar. Me OerleP. Merick Jow em t lerBig. ad YIjlb ar 1 lut ait to le an lida II Clei lrolEWin Drrett ndof te lawia JJlCO te tt fnd a Ebrin. I T. Cl. rm D" 4/ huma Us b maes th piU. lntio to tboo tbi te d tor bri s WO mke AYonda 1..lf.1..lf. - a II f f t t I w. mOBD Te Colep Dentitr E r te tt er. Th Wo IMeiahool Prf lenl Bror b taulht i routaught bOt Ad tll rp a this for Po rnkUII farln. 5. Jreente bronz bus Drlolme ad \\.1. 1Jford. e ui In lekiQ to tbelhre bslcans wp0e bron e prrits re' bf r& tht e ourei1e. . reprouc L face t gret tbeloo a U le prenalne bi chaacter take le tme prouc. I tt chratr whole i f. lB Et fme 1e 1 thI rt1 80methm of tb whch drad 0e one U ou h norble Da ne r7 pC Intouc t op bl. bt cntr ti tb 6Derl one t c\ ctJt latrongel of eD ; I prcfol lcentlt pbllcln a unitrin of ntona ad Internatina rputtOD U c1u 1 al goo teacer bose Dr eep. were alwa oubt ad woMYol ala1 rai foradnnc Inowleie wa bloye I0mer Jobnon. To rlht e wi regnie t be frend ad learSV8 cola orer le ad made be hi reputtin lmie o ntr" a mal pre ntl le idea p lar techer Peat aurgen ad dearet fiends. Wrs cnlot expre love ad appreanon or estemed iro fOor. te lef th mature t t1 bl a ended fnt cure L A On 80 urs ChC3g0 Medicl Col gewho from awkwar br jln. bcame 1 admiable pupi. IJcwel a epbmakinj Te wtten. blsory ff n yer1 Ireates would constute epiome rolollcl meicine culd b In bhl tbalumnl Ichol ad i. ad' hare. b contrbuhon tbI occsion pssi- blp1 t ou th ean te I. A. W. I. lfor 8 Jewel wib te underrta. ig td the accpte b OU bhal th schol ad hI il leture rom. Meicl leje respnded' behal t facull IEfT TiE 8CIOOL J' Xorhwestfrn 8hlents 10itl Tblr ln. nolorium. To te lharm c tok. plae Auditorum nex T. foloigtoa ts eriHePnded to t he r tfr Iri t The A odatO" T V. ttn la:1 U I Fostr T ci6t t ann t I u W l GO" KDiLla SPE K Y. le Wil Northe terna The Irogrm Te Ennstol toawi b te wi b reepton ad to Av nue ad mectiat :3Q P m to te da amo1 wi b th Wiim assoiation P te Firt Metha di t Chuh wl arhe mornUtn hai road le wi a Escu- thommiteo Asociaton conslstiJ Ueore lrof J ame Taf H tteld Wilam A. th 1. SWif ad ana 1' 0 wi eAcrt torium. lere brakfast wi ene C01er bm l id th folowml Pre" ent Wade UOeu at LfayeteMeWllams lj H Bartlet Mlhie E DCM :1. Dady t Ue. Swit Prof latteld. Te prt 11 b dr en tSorthweltern ad te 10:45 Enndon t 1iitoI wisDnd abut th wi entertined Sima Alpl Epsion colege fraterliy i membr. louee enue 11 b appoprlatel deorated ocsion. folow fraternl wi lun1 wib brotheland Iue tfrm Olio George I. I. Talman E W. U. Rawlnl WIIaq Sbeler J. E I U. E Willam 1ompton E Georle Gibert Wiim one. Groye ad 1 S lutil. p. J te Slma Alph" wi l recptoD thir faculy ad Itudent te vnitl Q01. te te wil b O W. Bartett athis re idence Greewoo boulenr a& Pored nenuc theeyeninl Ir. Balet wi iYe GOT. Mc in. lelCOyers wi b lai twentyfour Lter prtt wi atend commence eJerci es f AudI OY. McKinlelwi l te I DAY' EVEN r T TIt nElSlTY 11ffll lh net anti Inldent Jrr ton. Tt eetngs. Beta Kappa' ScEty tbe-Prestdent's Ietp lon evt lng Wtre yester ay commencemet wEek Xorbwte tnhtrsiy Inttaton Ttw memb s flecton oficers 1fta Kppa tok a. Ofier chsenfor 1e suln ear wert I. Cmnock. Pesl. If. oe Secretry Prof I WhiE. T asurer. were thlrEen Initates. rom faculy membrs rduatng cls1lete e ct. Ience tn. hOla. rsh P. T e. yere P. C. CaldV el f. G. C Frnk a fr' f. Ashtr. Poter. Cbarlt Ja z d Danttt 1. Holme fnce Wal Sct Miss ls Ca Sartnt. lss Ela Anni G. Dup op. t o Of' Taf Hatfeld de tJ an ual addresl tho e f. em al Hal. 8ubjtt as Jam Rutl Lwel. erof Aeri- cn lture t Oc ck. Ppldet an lr. \1 thelrrfsl dlne She dnroad grduatng I. trustefs. Of. uni\ftr. T. e gUEsts. nr rfelve commitee cnsttng of lI A It Dring. lr8. Rdlon rs. I. Danorth. lfr. 1. 1. Wi. more Therm WfIt tltly decrte rts. lay pntts. owel. h ndr g1tIt wer reeeive It.\ J Uw. n Tah Crow.1- and la Wel tdte Grencith' nd. Te lar t D tende enthusiatc a m t icter1I exercee Do Pa w Cnl eniy wer brght toa eloo tosy wth th fnal rcises renior clas t Colt19 L rl Arts Te of7ester pinte lh god a t Cll reunion larlel atende OYr 3 rC ltere a 40 at ttndc la\ nl btt. bnquet hlcb 1 t orer t bq EalerD Inhehitn. Toa o tok lrg audienc al smble t hea adre. bfor U I tlus tp bn dehere Bihop Atlcs Hfo tb E Curch Sutb Oxor. Ga. I th lub ct O Yea Aftr A pr. mato ut faeJ arin b. i Jlce b flle 1 Joha Tdelres ver onferre i7 Preident bo diuC OD Shl t tlhc. it wit WOnn Bl hpSlnJe ei te' DRESSES on arn tarll1ali. Conferred' rhe Commlulona The twenty-fourth tookpJace MilltarlIaU A neaY the the bled f part TIibaU u Yerslt large. ha. domel old nntionalcolon. delhcredthe a' gle. Presl ent an me tru ees 9:30 by 1 b from Arr YUlII occuP1 t1Jl aboullOOO ople pre pnL \\.II. ln exerci es s. be groui 8d as ece i arl Quali cation ed ca. Sai or gQy rnn1ent aoerei nty. exhu ti1e for I popular bosalo1 Univerities in > t& exiting und r tro. UQivNitie andcoUjr 8 live. uni. is Th v find collo > lntb81choo bou rd ufti.e-n eptib1ic uPonthcur. brows tOTlijlOOfknowiedgO . beyond T studieln Th . ml ht 1l < Where is tlve ea1 4' ooelt coUe e COli III < o per etual. wise far ing For tift olliiJt opera bon series moderate a ld , Dntry. < journey ore haehad Jrl nting rlt t lI mmbfr tiniver lty ref 1r you ry T ruer DUltht very. properly aIpropriatn tl. in suthcent Pll owment > you earntlytrying acquainted U > < ime ou r i surceases. striYln g theQutt ou citi ens. ide- ri dcids deci io tlut citi onil p 1 Dema oltue who I o1 eb kn aUy lrJh 1 At hi-ad you pfi for u uaU7 n everrtl M ioutispeakuig aodoeJt-a..ertiY liYeulJn f I. > uuI < brightest s of to' meted systum tl pretndn gives to mislead roison mea 8 judged str et the an lau ible im racticable theory. int el 1 t t adopt ann thestead7 uncer.-- Seve- at lat i orant moonhine hSl Orite greatlttnc ut these r e r f pu ft ad : of old da p snt The creathatUeahan nour ohment nunl wen If I the ut in piration want bi hOO Call bod 1 d I br Kht in- U1em rtofthe 1Iho e alread Ca tain1D mem ben dur : dr ' nameaand de eea mAil tel' of literature-Anna. Pslmfr 041' un Wool - CoUepof of degree Oates. V2 8 de mechanical eug leer W science-Charles V1 \ S US1EltSITY. Df' rees S eciaL- nurnbersembractng D brlot Pre idel t Wilder foiow lIr ettle first mln mu ical pro r lI1. William i b Ir. 11l0 t c1 ect l work. mo t tlU t J llioomm toni Prc. dent le eof The occasion Wl annher ar J U g comiec- university ell alon hi tb irweeting WII Wiicier. un Yers l hi l\Ir l. h 10 owes so took Church. S tiLtTtflY II pecia1.Graduat ingexercises es Western White morn in inyocll On W. D. Alton. \ St. ucationThrough A s. LieutCoL I. JIIC.OD.\ M. for Jtre entedthe la lapJ U. Soulud Capt. Fr t < Ll ut. red S. Yandalla. Ma W ud FraucIco. X. toarirmanship erllt1Kj. WoodR the c apt Cil I Iei the 4 brevet inoia 310 IOlIUs I DY Front lil. 12.- Special.J- ooolurn Ind. t sucCt. d audit rlum gymnB iuUl itseretion Diin1t s the J. Prestyteian JJ meeting nlumnfauo- Kas. G. tleciellmembcr colle e he i mem ber of TTtu n.\ \ OX Collf' e PresIdent Hal polIOOOOO and I Pearsoats Galesburg This I Attbe Ilh ad on gIft J osepb was-generous I. Oale5bll i bth r. trustees coHp e ood mem bers I J. St. I S. McClure ew YicePrpsWent J. I UIM led sho ld be JACKso nLtIs CLASS A lollf Exercise. UcJut busy day pa t prps nt. rclses m. Phi as S. Miss. J. as Gymnasium Callon of this William Jayfle. J. nln I t.-"Nl\oEUSITV E laRK 12 New L oln. Com. nt theme ° It Inlla UsDa. 12. eI Mary's t the .R. orthe.llongh- . Rich. ora Chits Evelyn Barnes. Rockford Harriet Amanda Crane. Hastings eb. Susan Anti ers. Oak Park- Jessie L au SPfUm an. Lincoln XebI Martha berlOrand . M I valedictorian. . AND LAYMEN TONOIRE RUD Profound 310de" Wins Annnalltegatta- Si1per Today DC' rs an UonorsWlll rad uatr Special. Notr sembledytsterda varlo s n nd of five alon augmentedl lare. nnmbet alum. nl anj who 8a. b unlnrsity. Wall dass' was r l bersof lonltrelt. hadthe a valltconcourSt' wht ro regatta' lle on' ' wav been crewsof thene as SEW sM OOL. aptain So Clu 1e llInto1. lcGUlr toxswaln. 0" taN" SiJv ro1ublteewas b fn M llt nXo Geor e Nfohnson WiiiiamJ. waa on tested alrthe k o r tht e br e d I lat fintshthey t n hs t n ihlro r 1sl foll ws SweetXo Tl1 mas tng. rn. fln r { C rnt'- J I J eJh Harmon manned' by d ar ehlca o. Fred 1. DaU Icuis Hrllker. John att he r dt d faimr oelock d It groun s Irs Aradt my. ne Wt 8t. : n n Xcrl t r u l Thestanilard fnts tanndt th 1. l s1f tS EIlS Chic. go finish yrnt 1Ic owed r b RUJ. e Tornt lid" Prophets is Wagner ssaysread hadeoqu ncE' ilon. clt arness chemist. Miss N. I Leaves Coluniblas < Sound fl pr Clation tJxpres. given tomorrowmornlng t att p. was-not otfpace the coUt ge prt tJent tUh Tffie was oert rt' en unhtrslt then-came sung lOt ' ranclsIran first dtlIv d wise L1lo rty' ag ln ue. Af fr tlonby When s Thomas. orLo. s ple4 mh fipaldln Address SweetfltTlme Irtamlng aud ne da Spalding < h t con lEts. thekountrys It Iri. when her tfds < It t sorneminutea fore plausteeIled Cplum la. the Fxig ede tl o l ors aol CLO I 1YESf Po T. Napoleons cout1. ' t V l speclaL eat f B mtm n t 1 j rec h' t. men. en. t3en. the prue ed Yal Con ressman th 1I lkfn ora lon. speeeh artnnt111r1111I1ktn ISla g od the re. th po ttlons vice trad attll ct e . tt' n. lQthe u. t1 JIvtlyfrom Stem n 1Ily sedAteland leCtU andfurtough n the. cadem80ngl I out city. thegroven rrFort t Int lIotel1 New tomo w hC. at r 1. I to brl htest a. w s litera appll atlon mannerpl cedhim yt ars Wesh r1g1dcourse requtredthere pla e. SECRETARY- I1ERDERT AT AUBURN. Talks. Gradn e. The todsyw81 tbeHon c- theX8Yl graduateJAmong th J1Sls b TB r3 ldl its tlo e. an m nkind olJrtunitiee o e rsJ t : tc O His reat > b ri\ rtown sixty-seven rejo c 01 anti wili JIIl. eiti tlnJ an it nrsu eyer dti n underwhatenr ma Sa. reat and. this a- I dti en' while.'in U..1011 ASSUtSIUCII s Y. 12 The exercisesof ith formatcommen announcem nts e as at f tacror oft 0 rac. Atdea e lyille the. lre litif le lens S. Y. Cho in. He u 7. a Gcutn JIg De neratiou KTtf' Socistiem 1ree ew lhe prizesl g ology weee Vwoie Wood Winners theclasseal langua ell X. Anna. A. candi att Jfor de rte bo e tbeirlabotJI. by Yu arplnk r followirilll0Unlt Loui e ArnoJit. Grace ard. Etbel Hloa u. Ei a ieorllie Ma tngeline ronson. numham.lIelt\n : Jt : r for f e Van I ulan Joepnintt How..a Fetcher lion- lr Ultn Il. Or ce Jeannette irahatnJoiistte B rtber HangbwoutAlice II UlEr Sue Fa UteliMar Grace Willie lrockett S an s Sara au 1 ey \ JUI dtfi f ' Swift Orvis Mad 0 I I or Ak H. WIl1 It. I Vctk-Urouze Ir. 1- I day . all L I iarti" I the Ii 1 tio 1 4 spokoon im reliionehichhesaidprohIbited andnewstudent& I I threeyears. F q I announced p rchao Jt f I Vice- I IlL L II t l 1O and ickham Fullerarrived 1 L nec Wabath avenue s ii I. I l Preacoted. I' rat otthe orge I I. I ill brief. L TheAlumni. Dr C. Cook I S Longf.llow. I V. Wood L Leetmen I Keepprotability vioe.-Gacs I u Ii. 1. books. P. I p LawFroi 1 sd p war.-Von ihuirmaeyMr 4 ilI too r onyou.-Aondal 1 I r j L F 1Li' e TheColtege otDntistryDr 1 the 11 I iuf nrret tanghtthein as 1 Pope. Iii V. II. I' ld Iniceking I' e I a t we preeryelinee S 44. I 4. I I H tep12ii. taco 4 5 we yearaWas sclfmide aiiypountr7 posular creat Words jeeoor To 1 a' t It\ epoctimaking it ble havatbe the Iege" OFTIIE Sch l cy foIlowiogtoats I The Ir icsr AssociahonT tiaue Us Footer .v. end S Vouian as a Student lr N. K1LE The meetingat Go morniugtn e consistingot Taft Ilittield LafayettMcViliiarns the 11ev. L Theentlre avenuesol guesifrom ILTatiman I ViiLarn Wuiiasn I. A. 1:30 partyiwill aeatt TIIEUNIYE1ISITY. l hI lrjsldente T1 neetingsof SocI ty were yester3lay Northweatern University. L. oe. White claasklected holarship. wire v. Asher d a Anna 4rot. so. Lowell. Fiowerof ocl gve theirre.i- .road clav andpatrons otithe university. tiy Ml's iN. May hjndred Iy HE aCt erowl.-.ruplom iylre SiseclaL cia sniv nttie as. G. the tolvcr. toute werept seni uressee. k ADIEU TO ALMAMATER Where lirevetCaitalns a tb 1000 5' public thetrpeuuiversitie ilieT of 4' tin years' l1 mut so fareeeiag Govcrnsxientmight Some theosy and de- ma last generation everything tiuezied press onto nag folliehss baa toefferthe battlesbaic alwa oung if wbereisethe corpeesof highest ineosbersof inS. t Stzn84Olati Woolsey4. 8. Us s torthe Ill. 12. etch Cooley ArnieChapel with-a a ho is irtereMtinu theBoard legeof was s IV. vs Specral. 0 v. i Ages. M. Jackson addressed liresented sUet Frt nergt.- eeholarhip Cadets leig. conslasiozis its 12. years. body. 1tY iOO000 y 23O0O. tonight Cuehing QO S. New J Mrs. litis raised becalled ' I ii. J ne B. Our h V. Jr. othieago ii dl- l cisesof the lloclcfordiiarrietAmsndaCrane ceb Boger Liifits Spetllinan Nets. wen North7 Wi FIFTYYEARS th flegatta- Cht ral Grad yesterday. was camethis thedeceazed alumniand Ti C i' caiji Ft F' it r o. Mox1eyVotiiC1tact. l I : ii Aee course William ether wae-.ietweesd two Wen- No5 C Joseth was-manned-by tam JenaroDavita ii iatt Jteateiy. if aiary Ju renderedby It. fire andpoems. year Gray. were A ty. ti4 I hadeloqutnee tiin NatureIthe M be universltyorchevtra ofthe hyMaurlce plause. o ther- an Spirit. ciubhad o I oe The quartetprepared what wrta semiphllosophical trhts in ofhigher tt e J take cLOSINO iAATWES frontof the BuIlding dIplornAswhiie admir1sgmen flugges presented Var wasa deliverealjto areand is Thegraduates totheirquart ca. more..The flrs4 dayethemduateuso55 yetuncom- theacatiemy nos zsesrI Fort West young snannerplacedhim b SECItETA1tY11EUBEItT exercisesat eartttrejocing sol. itsmottos justiceto tirntoai1 andssnaii you us. VASStIt Ann. P LeuraAntoinette FaccuroftiseLabor \ to r roe AnnaRlonach thedrgreeof iiza GiaceCarpantor May had Emma Theresa Bessie Susan Freeniau Sbsan Fax Learned. Mary Alice Mary Orwig Phelps hluiet MinervaLceis Rammer Sebring bd Ilura UpdsgraffMary ItsudeCaro Ella Vi Vinnie ooil Fanny STUIENTS. University thoce William 1be M receiveddiplornas Fred llamas. Jtlin S MeslenJntla McKee William Raymond E. Vlrth it. William Jsck Ii. S. Kilirour. J Rice Seesro J. DD ciosedwith thapnual stat versitysubscrlbed25.OQO with the lreidents reception at the Durand Art Institute In theevening. I. thiityClitb ftflnual thismorning in the graduate fa. mReI wasdeljvefed Ph. D. departme0 of Uolyersliy At CommencesnentNofa Regular com incement- exercls of flo Polytechnic Terre Rants. take pier. taL Wooster 0. Unlvcralty today nds out thirtyeven academic- graduates and five from theacbooiof musut This centennial. reur ii ib. Quantec- Good posidea seesire4 by stoctee BTeat Stratton a licetceva CQl1CgeNo iInWabasis. IIONORSOFPR1NCETO WO TH New wit hatch-Chicago vest-List i- Y. Foster Ma D. bY J. 12. t t I Ward salntap New Engti. t .5 The g e degres followed t West ji- 0. I1ichi R. L. KennedyColoradoSprts Jo fl Jb cher. Oliverw. Vells Walter Long MontC Lynn W. edencef. lowahip Wilbur 3LUrban c1aa cimof 1. S. fellowship. Lynde P thirdW. y Vi. Bufleris prize Atwater Edward Ii. White arcbit ure-lienry Rob. ethics-Daniel First. U. third John n prize-Edward Prize-John IL. No prizes-First second5 history-Edward 1571) IV. pse- mention I. S axon pntze-F.W prize'- Spencer Bushnell Vherry-38Edwed t Josephus Sooy. 4 Lawa ith Samuel W.Foiter- DC by Eiwin t Wilbur It. Urban. fred liaycsJr. ciineeby S. and LoutS C. G1tINNEIA. New to iV rk. 12. Wadswortb 04 siv r& it 1113 received Coila BOb ofNewton Dunham. tIP Greebsal LatinCarrfe SheldonO3workiflOTo work ii De'- of ofaocial asBurn 5. a 4' t k J P' 0 and able tronb- tki3 1IOt12 ciIL calarrh and speak t as a b. II I I LDEAINAGE TR ey Lses the' 31 jnsist tli nd In' ntlnieOitr a tl ciay pt themselves nd most eiatiratt I 1 th Co a the Icnnsylva bridge Camp any ay b t With report The Ctiieaf JunS I Beard ol Truato ChicaoepUemC0 its last meetZ. 5PI 01 tbisdl5trltt by whic the railroad nlht of wa dreditel aiid 5cOW5 caauoo to the west by which the chains width. w53 tab. spa jlyreasonofal5ul ac mr an the fitar5 at SI you ft 55 your commit r as r mettle a logs with the Santa attsn iiatnrend the ox tso rights of way. as the ofths atilito Li awing them inaints by favorai the c ithinapsriod swing anythuigwoulti boa n ver amountof fr ezeavation cause Ut In ra bytbe. tours a speedy Jo by i 21. 54. recommend I brsd so i the no steam u co incr am so pro. eonelsio ix That to provid arriveswhenth timeof rose a totheuseof I to then awing or qn5tion pr A This Ut Tb. nesrost the requ the used Lion ofour so cit lions flnsflf to Cry has thong Ut atacle to the progress th. seen Ctersng sixty feet in way In dredgespj41 work of if. in this rice at time. 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