President’s Day Tomorrow
In honor of the visit of the Chief
Magistrate of the Nation, tomorrow will be President’s Day at the
The occasion is expected to be the
greatest in every respect that has taken place since the gates of
the City Beautiful were thrown open to the public.
Partisanship will be asleep while
the official head of the Nation is the guest of the Exposition,
and all the people will turn out to greet him in a manner befitting
the office as well as the city.
The programme for the day is as follows:
Arrival of the President and his escort
at the Lincoln Parkway Gate, 10:15 A. M.
Address by the President to the multitude
in the Esplanade, from grand stand on the Triumphal Bridge at 10:30
Review of the troops in the Stadium
by the President at 11:45 A. M.
Tour of the Canadian, Agricultural,
Honduras, Chilian, Cuban, Mexican, Dominican, Porto Rican and Ecuador
buildings by the President, 12:15 P. M.
Luncheon at the New York State Building
at 1:45 P. M.
Reception at the United States Government
Building at 3:15 P. M.
View of the illumination of the buildings
and grounds, 7:45 P. M.
Special display of Pain’s fireworks,
including the largest and most magnificent ever seen, 8 o’clock.
The Exposition visitors will be entertained
tomorrow by the Marine Band, Salem Cadet Band, Kirk’s Band of Cleveland,
Lund’s Pan-American Orchestra, and the organ recital in the Temple
of Music; also by drills of the Corcoran Cadets, a battalion of
the 7th Regiment of New York, and the United States Marines, Hospital
Corps, Coast Artillery and the Life-saving crew.
Incidental attractions will be found
in the following:
Fine Arts Building,
U. S. Government Building,
Illumination Electric Tower and grounds,
U. S. School exhibits.