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 - WATSON HAS PKAISE For Harding at Serivces...
WATSON HAS PKAISE For Harding at Serivces Conducted . in Washington. IrSCIAL DIsrATCB TO TBS BNQL'IBBB. Washington, August 10. "Let us thank Uod to-day to-day to-day that our institutions institutions still stand strong, rooted in the affections of the people that he loved, trill held sacred in the hearts of those he understood." In these words Senator James E. fratson, of Indiana, to-day to-day to-day paid tribute tribute to the memory of the late President President Harding before a vast audience which filled a theater at a. memorial service conducted under the auxplcea of the District of Columbia. American Legion at 3 o'clock tho hour of the funeral at Marlon, Ohio. Senator Watson, after referring to Mr. Harding's early training amidst simple surroundings, hla schooling and his use of the Bible aa his first study, said that In hunting the sources of a man's Inspiration we oftentimes look to his school and college to find the forces that molded hi character, but he added, "there waa aomething In his speech that was above and beyond the learning acquired acquired In the colleges and all the studies of ornamentation In rhetoric." A boautiful feature of tho memorial service, held under the auspices of ex-service ex-service ex-service sen and with a rabbi, a Catholic priest and an Episcopalian bishop participating, waa the singing of "Taps." to the accompaniment of a bugle, by Mra. Gertrude Lyona Kh. had last sung this song on Memorial? Day at Arlington Cemetery, where rests the Unknown Soldier, In the presence of President Harding. The President waa so Impressed with the song that she thought It would be his

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 11 Aug 1923, Sat,
  3. Page 16

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