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r. - be of is nf - - - VEIE1SEEI1I TO FLY FROM HEAT Continued From First Page a the ninety mark and promised to soar much higher. The veterans have stood the heat in wonderful fashion in the opinion of the. medical men, but any time there is a protracted spell scores of real prostrations may result. This was "Military Day" in the big tent with Colonel Andrew Cowan of Louisville presiding. Major uenerai John R. Brooke, of Pennsylvania, was the Northern orator of the day and Sprc - eant - John Si. Scarborough, . of Mnrth narolina. the silver tongued de - r fender of the South. To Barry Bulk - ley, of Washington? D. C, was given the honor 01 reading j - unum a ucno burg address. . .n Tirmrnmntu Reunion One of the unadvertised reunions of the celebration occurred last night in the Confederate section of the camp. A fife and drum corps of men in blue tramped , up and ' down the streets of the Confederate part of the oMm of tents. They stopped In front of the tents, played such a fanfare as onlv drums and nfes can maxe, summoned summoned forth the occupants and shook hands, threw their arms about the gray shoulders and in a dozen other ways showed their feelings of friendship. friendship. They kept it up for hour after hour and visited practically every "Reb" tent. Their reception was as warm as their greeting. Veterans besieged the stations of the two railroads in an effort to get away from Gettysburg as quickly as possible. Ten thousand or more, it la expected, will have left before tht close of the day, and the movement homeward to - morrow promises to be equally heavy. The old men are footsore and exhausted, exhausted, and while they have no complaint complaint to make, they are happy at the prospects of getting home. The blistering blistering heat is a strong factor In the get - away movement, which is as unexpected unexpected as it is sudden. The day Is the hottest tnus tar ex Derienced. There is duty, both to me of ever do will bear cisuld You of Sir Marquis provision have a the to that absolute a pursue plaintiff. rain, which wouiq greatly j conditions Jiere. An lecture it is. West show. experienced trons it Is of a - a prospect oi comlc improve pive the

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph02 Jul 1913, WedPage 4

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)02 Jul 1913, WedPage 4
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