Chairman of the Industrial and Sound Money Parade, 1900

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Chairman of the Industrial and Sound Money Parade, 1900 - EMI BUSIES IN PARADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR SOUND...
EMI BUSIES IN PARADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR SOUND MONEY MONEY PAGEANT NEXT SATURDAY. Every Kind of Industry in the City to Be' Represented in Line Route Through Down-Town Down-Town Down-Town StreetsAsIgnment StreetsAsIgnment of Marshals Made Reduced Reduced Railroad Rates Granted for the Occasion Underwriters Vote to Appear in a Body. Plans for the " industrtal and sound money " parade next Saturday, under the auspices of the Commercial McKinley club No. 1 as completed yesterday, provide for a representation in the line of every business business in Chicago. The parade will be composed composed of divisions, each devoted to a specific industry, and each division will be headed by a marshal. Colonel E. C. Young, who has been selected as Chief Marshal, expects that there will be over 5,000 decorated wagons in line. The line of march is as follows: From Michigan avenue and Randolph street. West in Randolph to Clark street. South to Washington street West to Franklin street. South to Madison street Easti to Dearborn street. South to Monroe street. West to Franklin street South to Adams street. East to Dearborn street - South to Jackson street. West to Market street. All Invited to Take Part. Quarters for the arrangement of the parade have been opened in room 617 The Woman's Temple. Chairman H. B. Parker yesterday yesterday issued a circular to all the business houses of the city, asking that application for places in the line be made at once. Secretary Secretary C. A. Plamondon has been placed in charge of assigning division marshals. The assignments thus far completed are as follows: Colonel E. C. Young. chief marshal. ' Colonel H. B. Maxwell. chief of staff. Colonel Hugh T. Reed. adjutant general-Lieutenant general-Lieutenant general-Lieutenant Wampold. chief of aids. CoMMERCIAL DIVISION. Colonel H. S. Dietrich. marshal. James W. Nye. chief of staff. Colonel C. R. E. Koch. adjutant general. Colonel Willis Counselman. chief of aids. DRY GOODS. John V. Farwell Jr.. marshal. Marshall Field dr Co.. Walter H. Haskell. maxshal. J. V. Farwelf Co.. J. B. Patterson. marshal. CarpetsO. W. Richardson & Co.. E. C. RichardS(;11. RichardS(;11. marshal. Wholesale tallorsM. L. 4.)bendorf. marshal. Lincoln V idea wak e coachesColonel A. J. Stone. marshal. Dry goods connnissionD. A. Coe. marshal. Wholesale clothingEmanuel J. Kohn. marshal. CommercialD. S. Stern & Shohl Co.. Gus Meyer. marshal. Furnishing goodsW. S. Powers. marshal Cloak manufacturersPercival B. Palmer.m a Office buildingsRookery Building. L. K. litrach. marshal. Reduced Railroad Rates. Colonel F. F. Haigh, besides being a division division marshal. has been assigned as deputy to Colonel Young to supervise the formation of the parade. The Western and Central Passenger associations associations have agreed to sell excursion rate tickets to Chicago from stations within a radius of 100 miles on Friday. The Chicago Underwriters' association, at a meeting yesterday, decided to take part in the parade. Plans were made for securing

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  1. Chicago Tribune,
  2. 21 Oct 1900, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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