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rial Exercises in the
bse of Representatives,
IE henry the
try of State John Hay Delivers
)ratlon The Galleries Crowd-
'resident Roosevelt, Wife and
iington, Feb. 27. Memorial ox-
in honor of the late William
ley were held in the house of
pntatives today, Prince Henry
the guest of honor. The exer-
flrew a most representative
Ing to the galleries and the
the great chamber. At 11:30
the Marine Band, seated be-
le speaker's desk, played "Near-
God to Thee," followed with
Ermezzo from "Cavaleria Rusti-
Soon after Prince Henry ar
The speaker and house rose
man aB the royal visitor came
the center aisle. Simultaneous-
the prince's arrival the band
cup a German national anthem.
Ihe last strains died away the
llage remained standing. The
' bowed pleasantly to several
rs of the diplomatic corps. The
iwas then escorted to a seat on
aker's Btand. President Roos-
nd the cabinet followed, the
Int taking n seat beside the
The supreme judges were the
bo seated, after which Presi-
rye, of the senate, assumed the
Inri nnnnllnnnrl n i-irin-nr ? Mm
The Chaplain'6 Prayer,
including the prayer the chap-
lid: "We thank thee, oh God,
martyred president's services J
soldier, citizen and statesman,
Inra thnn thnr wo thank rliee
e left a monument far more
and imposing than the mind of
can conceive, a monument he
for himself, a record which
written in heaven for himself."
iecretary Hay's Oration.
lident Frye then introduced
ry of State John Hay, who be-
Is oration amid solemn silence,
the third time the congress of
ilted' States are assembled to
imorate the life and the death
resident slain by the hand of
jassin. The attention of the fu
pistorlan will be attracted to
jatures which reappear with
pg sameness in all three of
afwul crimes: the uselessness,
Iter lack of consequence of the
criminal; the blamelessness
as in our snhere of existence
cu in c-oiuuiiib nun uu ouuuiy iu
)rld; they were all of such pre
it purity of life that no pretext
be given for the attack of pas
crime; they were all men of
Iratic instincts who could never
pffended the most jealous advo-
generous nature, to wHom
or injustice was impossible; of
nobody could envy. They were
1 II HUTn TT in Hill n nr rnni np r 1 u I r I
republic. If ever men walked
God and man without blame, it
pan VitAa ii1rktc nf nnr nonnlo
ii v w u tti nr tm t tnn m h r 1 11 n if nu r
offered was their gentle radl-
... . . I . 1 iii.a . 1. 1
KI CJCO UUIU1K LUIS luai
y affronts the common sense of
orld. One can conceive how the
of a dictator may change the
may bring in an alien dynasty.
n a well ordered republic like
the ruler may fall, but the state
no tremor. Our beloved and
ocess of our laws provides us a
Snr. Inontltni in nnrnnfifi nnr!
I . ... v...... 1' i
nourished by the same teach-
inspired by the same principles,
manifestation of that hideous
which hia mild predecessor.
ns dying breath, forgave. The
j Reported by I. L. Ray A Co.. Pencils
ton. Chicago Beard ef Trade and
New York St&ck Exchang Brktr.
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rourKH Unit a tmrrosv rant: ty. tM(
tm tr wVoh lmlrU vrl !lrr
thr flw in JHvrmtnlott piim fr
om HMd to m.
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Ot.W jtvlay. 13,
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Clowl tfHlay. SSH
st ivi. tea
I'Mluw Paelir, 8H.
Wheat In San FranoUte,
qwolwi nt 11. M Ql.U pr milnU
No Right to Sirtb THtown
d McUrnHn Fmm Roll,
HOPKINS BECOMES MARSHAL.
President Rootevell Send Three
Nomination to the donate,
WnshlnKton. hK S7 Tht nr
dcrtt today uit to tho sonato tho nom
Inatlnn or Clartnifo ltU in do rtilloo
tor o' custoina for tho dhUrlrt or I'n
Kvt Sound. Chnrloa Hopklnfi tit b
l" ni ted Htntoa innrnhn for Hi illMrlrt
of W'nsliliiKlon, ami Myrnu Mrt'onl
ror tho territory of ArUottn. Thit lat
trr wait npiMtlntod In )hic of Itanlnlii.
who wn dlHCiiVtuod to ho a prnfiM
slonnl punhlor and ovronvlct, attor
I'roHldoitt 1UhkooU had niolntit
him to the otUeo of Unltml Htatim mar
j TO SENATOR fVlnfTttt,
(Ttefe AptM to Be Nt AUMMtf tor
j ftmVil of SenatH' Nam frun
the RM (or an Otme Such a
the Sowth CatAllnlan Wtr atillt
Wafctwtlw. rK tt. riwMont
ln Tm Vy. nt km K'tte, IhU
Mnrnime atHtHrUi to tUt My Uc
imUriaic t itawa rf lr att
frH 8nth Cttvttna totHefd rtoai
tho ounatr. rulla. himI to Senator Tt
nir. or WashlttRluii. tor tvoiliwKtn
that ntorV npiMt Irtun tav dls.
Inn f th fhalr and h ftUr t
Ht tho amino iMifnro lh aouaf, at
wan ht iluty. It tntniitt that th
onittH, nr tho. prohliit thofnf. t
vklthout twir to raiov tfe camea
for any mU nnKnri of whlrh thrfi
IKtrtteulnr ouatn worp witty. hnc
I'roaldont Kryo'M ikik,v.
The crown prince or Japan, Yeshl
Hits, and his bride, Princess Ladl, are
both very anxious to come to America
and a visit from them as a conse
quence, may he expected in the very
near future. Arrangements are now
said to be under way. " '
Queen Marghcuta. of Italy, widow of
King Humbert, Is another of tho dis
tinguished royal personages who ate
expected to honor us with n visit.
She will probably travel Incognito
while in this country. Hero Is her
Preparations for tho visit of tho
king and quoou of Slrun an now ho
Iiir quietly made at Washington. Sen
ator Frye rocontly Introduc-ml n ieo
hition nuthoiirluK tho president to In
J. A. Fllmore Dead,
San FrnncUco, Felt. S7.J. A. KH
moro, until rccnntly ninnaKor of tho
Southern Pacific ytom. died at hl
homo In thin city this inomlnK. at
pnounionhi. ntted f.G yiwri Ho wna
connected with tho road aliu'u I If con
Htiuctlon, holiiK noclatoil with Hunt
ington and Stanford for 30 ywtm a
nmnngor of tho company.
sayings of celestial wisdom have no
date; the words that reach us over
two thousand years, out of the dark
est hour of gloom the world has ever
known, are true to the life todny.
'They know not what they do.' The
blow struck at our dear friend and
ruler was as deadly as blind hate
could make it; hut the blow struck nt
anarchy was deadlier still. . . .
"The life of William MoKinlcy was.
from his birth to his death, typleallj
American. There is no environment,
I should say. anywhere else in the
world which could produce just such
a character. He was horn into that
way of life which elsewhere Is called
tho middle class, but which In this
country is so nearly universal as to
make of other classes an almost neg
ligible quantity. He was neither rich
nor poor, neither proud nor humble;
he knew no hunger he was not sure
of satisfying, no luxury which could
enervate mind or body. His parents
were sober, God-fearing people; in
telligent and upright; without preten
sion and without humility. Ho grew
up in the company of hoys like him
self; wholesome, honest, helf-respect-Ing.
They looked down on nobody;
they never felt it possible they could
be looked down upon. Their houses
were the homes of probity, piety, pat
riotism. They learned in the admira
ble school readers of 50 years ag.i
the lessons of heroic and splendid life
which have come down from the past.
They read in their weekly newspa
pers the story of the world's prog
ress, in which they were cage tc
tkc part, and of the sins and wrongs
of civilization with, which thev burn
ed to do battle. It was a serious and
thoughtful time. The boys of that
day felt dimly, but deeply, that days
of sharp struggle and high achieve
ment wero before them. They looked
at life with the wondering yet reso
lute eyes of a young esquire In his
vigil of arms. They felt a time was
coming when to them should be ad
dressed tho stern admonition of the
Apostle, 'Quit you like men; be
The Closing Paragraph.
Secretary Hay closed his oration as
"The obvious elements which enter
Into the fame of a public man are
few and by no means recondite. The
man who fills a great station in a pe
riod of change, who leads his country
successfully through a time of crisis;
who, by his power of persuading and
controlling others, has been able to
command the best thought of his age,
Kn ns to leave this country in a moral
or material condition In advance of
where he found it such a man's po
sition in history is secure. If, in ad
dition to this, his written or spoken
words possess the subtle quality
which carry them far and lodge them
in men's hearts; and, more than all,
if his utterances and actions, while
informed with a lofty morality, nre
yet tinged with tho glow of human
sympathy, tho fame of such a man
will shine like n beacon through the
mists of ages an object of rovoronco.
of imitation and of love. It should
be to us an occasion of solemn pride
that In the three groat crisis of our
history such a man was not denied ii
Tho moral value to a nation of a ro
nown such as Washington's and 14n
roln's and McKtnley's is beyond all
computation. No loftier ideal can be
hold up to the emulntlou oi ingenious
youth. With such examples we can
not be wholly ignoble. Grateful n
we may be for what thoy did, lot us
be still more grateful for whai they
were. While our daily being, our pub
lie policies, still feel the Influence of
their work, lot us pray that In our
spirits their lives may be voluble,
calling us upward and onward.
"Theie Is no one of us but feels
prouder of his native land because
the august figure of Washington pre
sided over Its beginnings; no one but
vows it a tender love becauso Lin
coln poured out his blood for It; no
one but must feel his devotion for
his country renewed aud kindled
when he remembers how McKlnloy
loved, revered and sorved It, showed
in his life how a citizen should live,
and In hfs last hour taught us how a
gentleman could die.
A Blaze of Color.
The galleries were a blaze of color,
the ladles' costumos flashing bril
liantly from among the more somber
garments of the men. The executive
gallery was filled, the center attrac
tion being Mrs. Roosevelt and her
daughter, Miss Allco.
D. A. R. Day at Charleston.
Charleston. S. C. Fob. 27. This
was Daughters of the American Revo
lution day at the exposition and il
proved one of the most successful
Hinifinl dnv celebrations held since
the opening of the galun of the Id
fair. Rebecca .Motto unapior oi
filmi-Ieslon aetod KB hostess on the
occasion and thnwhout the !av th
A. D. R rJ'in In Uic wum f i mi'i
tlin rendezvous for asoreu of
prominent members of tho patriotic
order, not oniy irom me tunuuo
cities of this state, nut irom Georgia
Florida. Alabama. Louisiana. Tejii'B
see and other states as wtll.
St. Louis Bribery Cases.
iiils Feb. 27. The case of
nhane Krai?, former councilman,
,nr,T..rt with lirlberv. was called for
trial today. The defendant la one of
the five men under inaictmeni in wt
suburban bribery cases, tho others
' being two former members of the
house of delegates and two million-
'aire brewers of St. Louis.
A. A. U. Championships.
Philadelphia, Fob. 27. The Nation-j
nl championship committee of tho ;
American Athletic Union hnH eoinpluM
ed arrangements for tho nnnunl box
ing nnd wrestling champlonshlpH, the
prellminnrlea of which are to he pull
ed off tonight at the Pennsylvania
Athletic CI lib nnd the llunla at the
same place Saturday night. Tho fol-
lowiny clauses imihu up the program:
UoxIuk. 1"& pounds. lir pounds, 125
pounds. 136 pounds. 110 peutidH, 168
pound and over ISfe ihhiimIh. V roll
ing, 105 itoundv. 115 pounds. 126
pounds. 136 ihiiiikIh. 115 pound nnd
Big Evangelical Conference.
Hamloton. Pa., Feb. 27. Tha Kat
Pennsylvania conference of tho
Uvangollcal church began Its C3d an
nnl bossIou hero today, and wll con
tinue a week. Nearly 200 ministers,
besides a large number of other vis
itors, are In attendance. Tho confer
ence embraces within Its territorial
limits the churches or the Hvangell-
cal association In Philadelphia aud
west to WIlIlaniHjKirt. and from ,
Scranton as far north an the Now I
York State line, to Heading and I mi
caster on tho Kouth.
Henry In Washington.
WaHhlngton, Fob. 27. Prlnco Henry
arrived thin morning from Now York
nt 0 o'clock, bolitg greeted by n
nlnto department oillclal. and wan I in
mediately escorted to tho Herman em
hnafiy. Two troops of cavalry ami a
detail of tho engineer' corps aetod as
hia oacort. Tho rldo to Washington
was practically without Incident.
Vessel In Dlslrei.
San FrunrlHco. Fob. 27 -Tlit steam
er Queen reports speakliiK off Point
Aroun tho harkoittlrio Northwest, frmn
Uurekn. for San Francisco. In dltro.
tut of provisions, nnd leaking badly,
her pumps being out of order and pait
of hor enlib blown away.
Trouble Is Ended.
Madrid, Feb. 27. Captain annoral
of Catalonia, officially roKrtN the
trouble caused hy strlkliiK workmen
at Ilarcelonla, Hp&ln, bm i tided.
Hitting Back at Rooisvelt.
VnhtnsUin. Fob. :7. No utat.
meat ts obtainable In owinoettan with
th ruport that Actlns l.lNtnat
Governor Tillman ,f Sunth Carolina,
han withdrawn tho Invitation to I'rv
wnt ItiHMovolt to present a sword ta
Majur Jowklns. It l said that lr tht
rvpnrt prove tr, Itcxersli might
iKiinrn tho withdrawal a unworthy o
Q(tA Indignation at Charleston.
Columbia. H . Folk J7, flrat In
illKmillou Is felt over tho silent effr
Ml I'reKliUiil llo.Mtetelt by LIMiteant
Uovornor Tillman tf Mould Carolina,
Steps are holme tliknn by U manaa
or ol the otiiwltlon whr Iho sword
a ta linve been presented, to dis
claim on the part of tho statu and
pmltlon ny sympathy with Tillman's
course In this connection.
Tillman Wants to b Hoard.
Washington Feb 57 After making
his apolojcr. President Pry suhmltt?!
to the annate a reqtiett (rum Bonatur
Tillman. In which he ask that ho
might be heard on n n,uw,tluii t)t tht
hlHhest privilege. Fryu asked that
'HI I man be Klvm the nrvostary wuaar
liuoim cpnsenl ot l heard, hsi Hn
ator Hurrows. of Mk-hlan. olJtrttit,
statins: tlut ho wan forced to do so at
1.". 1 I ..' L.l J.l! I.1". 1 111
For Bantam Championship,
Hi. UiuIh. Fob. 27.- Harry Forbes
the bantam-weight champion, will do-
fend his title in u twntyroiinn go
before the West I?nd Athletic club
tonight BgHlnst Tommy Foltz. of
Brooklyn. The Brooklyn boy has
been very auccoaHful in reeoni c i.
tests nnd his admdera aro of the
nnliilnn that he Is built of champion
ahip timber. Ring critics, howover,
believe the chancow are in ravor or
Forbes retaining his title, though the
contest la oxpected lo be a lively one
while It lasts.
Slmms and Carrlg to Meet
Hot SprlngH. Ark . Fob. 27. Art
Slmms of Akron and Jack Carrlg.
the former lightweight champion,
who are to meet In a twenty-round go
tonight, have finished their work of
preparation and appear to bo Iu con
dition for a hard content. Tho two
flghtora being of the aggresnlvo type
are expected to put up tho most Inter
esting fight seen In Hot Spring for a
long time and much Interest l manifested.
American Pugilists Fight Tonight
London, Feb. 27. "Sammy" Kelly,
the New York featherweight, and
"Tom" Ganley are to meet In a twenty-round
go at Birmingham tonight.
Kelly has made a good showing since
coming to Kngland and his admhera
are confident of his ability to dispose
of Ganley before thellmit l reached.
Good health depends mostly upon
the food we eat.
We can't be healthy if we take alum
or other poison daily in our food.
Dr. Price's Halving Powder is abso
lutely free from alum. " It is made from
pure cream of tartar and adds to tho
hcalthfulncss of the food.
Pkicc Bakimo Povdoi Co
N'ort'. Alurn baking powuVm frufu$$j
d)liU. liver compfornt ami mint?
trouble. Alum may not km jjutniMsCt
mines the health, umiTH hcallli nmfct