The Intelligencer October 17, 1914 (page 2)

“The Fifteenth Regiment, under command of Col. Marsh, had a march out last night headed by the Regimental Band. The turnout was a most creditable one, over 200 being in line. After a march up Front street the Regiment returned to the Armouries, where the commanding officer addressed the men, congratulating them upon the turnout. He advised all to turn out and be ready in case of emergency, which might arise at any time.”