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Washington, Sept. 17. All that Is
mortal of William McKlnley Is speed
ing toward Its last earthly rcstlntj
place nt his home In Canton, after the
Nation lias officially nnd with state
ceremony paid Its tribute of respeit
and love to the memory of Its dead
Chief Magistrate. This was nlmost tho
last act In the tragedy which has cans
ed the civilized world to mourn. He-
ncath the great white dome of the
Capitol funeral services of state wer
held today over the remains of tho
dead President. It was eminentlj fit
ting that the services should be eon
ducted In that beautiful rotunda, hal
lowed b the memorj of the last ser
vices for two other victims of an as
As befitted the occnslon and tho
character of the man whose remains
were Ivlng cold nnd rigid In the nar
row embrace of the metallic casket, th'
sen k es were simple. They were con
ducted In accordance with the rites of
the .Methodist ihurch, of which Presi
dent MnllnJov n.ia .i llfefonir member.
Consisting only of two hmns. 11 song. 1
a prnvor, an addles and n benedle
tion, they were beautiful nnd solemnly
Impiesslvc. Gathered around the bier
were representatives of every phase of
American life, Including the President
nnd the onlv surviving ex-Presldcnt of
the I'nlted States, tocether with the
representatives at this capital of al
most every nation of the e.irth. Great
Diitaln Prance. Germany. Italy nnd1
Spain and all the republics to th
southward of the I'nlted States mingl
ed their tears with those of the Am
Despite the fact that no attempt had
been made to decorate the Interior of
the rotunda beond the arrangement
made about the catafalque, the assem
blage presented a memorable sight.
The somber blnck of the attire of the
hundreds of civilians present was
splashed billll.intl) with the gold of
the representatives of the Army and
Navy and the court costumes of thu
Aalhnimclnnliinnir Mnlf Intnt 'a
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floated through the great rotunda the
assemblage rose, llared heads were
bowed and many eyes streamed with
tears. At 'the conclusion of the hvmn
as Itey. Dr. Najlor. presiding elder of
the Washington circuit rose to offer
,e f.ajr a olcmn nusii ic i upon
tne people, vvnen. m conciuiion, lie
.-. .. ,.., ,. wo,,
audience Joined with him
Scarcelj hint the word "amen" been
inteieu wiien tne liquid tono or that
sweetl) pleading song. "Sometlmo
We'll rnderstand," went straight to
i.it- iinui o. bwij uuiiiiur. ine soio
was sung by .Mrs. Thomas C. No)ei
of this city, and the lefraln wns echoed
and re-ccnoed b. the double quartet
The venerable nishop Hdwln O An
drews, the oldest Bishop of the Meth
odist Hplbcopal Church, then took his
position nt the head of the bier. A
gfntle bneze through the rotund i
stirred the delicate blooms which lay
upon the cnflln, nnd the 'peace that
p.isseth mulct standing" seemed to rest
upon the venerable man's countenance
ns he began his eulog of the life nnd
woiks of William McKlnley. His
xvords were simple, but his whole heart
was In over one of them His tribute
to the Christian fortitude of the dead was narrowly averted nt the east front
President w.is Impiesslve Upon thnlof the Capitol. Por hours the vast
concluslon of the sermon the audience, throng of people had been massed In
as If by prearrangenient. Joined thelhont of the Capitol nwnltlng an oppor-
choir in singing "Nearer. My God. tOjtunlty to enter the rotunda. When the
Ihce." All present seemed to be Ira-
liucd with u sentiment of hallowed
lcslgnadon as the divine blesblni: waa'
asked by Itev. W. 11. Cli.ipman upon
living and deail.
Mrs. McKlnle did not attend the
seniles at tho Capitol. It wits deemed
wise by those nearest and dearest to
her that she should not undergo the
oidenl. She lemalned at the White
House, comforted by cveo attention
that loving thoughtfulncss could sug
Rest. Arrangements for the movement of
the funeial cuitege fiom the Whlto to protect them fiom bodily harm. Ipiavers by the ministers ol thieu clu
Iloiito to the Capitol were completed' Despite the efforts of the police nnd nominations nnd singing by a qunitet.
iuai iiigiic, uuer ine iciiiuuiH in cue
I'lisiilcnt nnd been deposited in the
Hast loom of tho mansion.' Yesterday
was u pel feet autumn nay, but this
moiulng dawned gray ami dieaiy ThM.tundn and Into vnrlous adjoining apart
lIi. lino ,.1ntna 11 I , ,t t.... Hi I1.1.
' iv. . . """""" "' "'" V' , , . ""limposlng, and Included not only the
rlnmlR. llhliAn.nmPil Inlm n mnnni. 1 trpntmfint una n inn tliniti VlaniMicrA .,... .t . . -. .
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Ing for the Nation's dead. As the boms
pasbeil dashes of lain fell at Intervals, ) but the majority wcro taken subse
but despite tho dlscomfoit tens of fluently to their homes. After the
thousands of souowlng people appear-iciush had abated upon tho stalfcuco,
ed early upon the stieits. Doth sides on the plaza lmmedlate.1) In front of It
of Pennsylvania avenue fiom the weie found tattered plei-s of men's
White House to the Capitol were mass-
ed with nn Impenetrable crowd of peo-
pie wisuing in tins way to pay nnal
tribute of lave nud respect o the dead
As the funeral cortege, escorted by
troops lepieseutlng evciy department mains of the dead President was flnal
of tho Nation's martial seivlco and by ' closed forever from tho view of the
representatives of religious and clvlo
organizations, passed down the luoad
thoroughfam to the solemn notes of
tho dead nyircheg walled by tho bands,
the son owing people bared their heads
desplto the rain, und the many tear
stained faces bespoke their grief moro
eloquently than words.
It was a solemn throng. With ach
ing hearts nil renumbered that only a
few- months ago the dead President,
thru in tho fullness of life nnd triumph
had passed along that same thorough
fare to bo Inaugurated a second time
as Piesldent. The flags tnnt had flut
tered greetings to him In Mnich were
furled ami crapo bedecked In Septem
ber. Tho cheers of spring became tho
sobs of autumn. Grief had usurped
the place of Joy, As with nolemn
tread Oie procession moved down the
avenue tho peoplo recognized as ono
of tho mourncis tliel- former President,
Urover Cleveland, who hart come to
pay his trlbutu to his successor. They
TO HIS LAST REST
recognized, too. their new President,
upon whom the responsibilities of
Chlpf Executive had In en thrust so tin-
ctpcctedly. With silent salute they
greeted him, and with them he mlngl-
ed his tears In sorrow for the dead.
Among tfie hundreds of other dis
tinguished persons who were In nt
tendance upon the funeial sorvlcesitd by soldiers of the Hag ho loved )
were tlovernor Oiegoiy of Rhode Isl-
and, Oovernor Va.es of 'Illinois. Oov -
trnor Hill of Maine. Oovernor Crane
of Mnnrhusetts. Onvoinor Aycock of
North Carolina, Governor White of
West Virginia, Oovernor Stlckuey of
Vermont nnd Oovernor Voorhcls of
New Jersey. Colonel Stone rc-picsent-
,.! Il, nnmnr .,f Pnlirnrnln. The!
diplomatic corps was
h.rl na Inllnnn W Tlntr
I'.l, I t. Kllltl O . 1, . o.p, . ?, ...
peso Minister: .Mr. Tnkiihlr.i. Japanese Miiceave of sorrow. Ills widow lies
Minister; Sonoi Cnlvo. Costa Hlcnn.pio-itrntc. Tributes of rlty, State and
Minister: Mr. Asplroz, the Mexican Nation. Incense burned to his memoi
Ambassador; Cheklb llej. the Turkish b the millions who mourn, but ae
Minister: Mr. T.cger. llovtlon Minister; ntuites her plight. He was so
Gerard Mm then charge d'Affalres of wu h. he was all 1 heis and he
the Fir llsh I.mbassy. whom King Lit-
nr'' ,m P lally commissioned to
participate In the services ns his pcr -
ronnl lemescntntlve: Cantn n Louis
I in .tii: titiiv nuuoi; ,iiivi.i 1111; .imvi'
lean people were wunt to throng, bear
scnted the Ilrltlsh Kmbassy: M. doling gnrlnnds of ndmlintlon and confl
Margerle. Charge d'AtTnlrei of thai deuce nnd heaping honors upon lilm.
rrench Embassy, who wns designated "''J' 8,,B nl""' B"d flKU,s wllh uer
l,v PrrnM.nt T.nuliol In nrt n. 1,1. ,,nr. , KtM. Ten times ton thousand liaV
sonnl representative nt tho obsequies
of the President: Senor Pulldo. Venez
uelan Charge d'Affulres; Mr. Hrun.
Vanish Minister: Snnto Thrso, Por-'on,
tuguese Minister: DuKe tie Arcos, The President was; another President
Spanish Minister, and Mr. Orlp, Swc-'l- Ht the husband who has gono
dish Minister. tunnot bo replaced.
Among others present were Chief T"e lpad President went to hi
Justice Puller and Associate Justices ot'fuo aVn,lei1 J" V,1 ,,hc ,rlb,lt0B th
the Sunreme rnnrt llrnner wi.i, ''" l"ld honor could bcstOW. At Dllf-
the supreme court Ilrcwer, WUItc.Jfnl Hnd Wa8UnRt0 nn(1 tlir()Ugll
Gray and Ilrown: Senators Ilnnna and ,,,,,,, of mlI of mo,mtans a
Foraker of Ohio, Allison and tlolllvcrUalles bctwein the people of hid
of lown. Clapp and Kelson of Mlnnc-'coiintiy hnd been given their oppor
eota. Cullom nnd Mason of Illinois., tiinlty to participate in his last ruarcli.
Piatt and Depew of New York, Mai- Thl ''"V I" Canton wns reserved for
lory of Florida. Tillman of South Car-
ollna, Galllnger of New Hampshire.
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I1""'"' t,l"m"er.01 iNon" ikI
nnd Daniel or Virginia: many ricpre-
fentatlves. Including Long of Kansas,
Henderson of Iowa and Richardson of
Tennessee; all the members of the
Cabinet. Assistant Secretary of the
Nnj. Halkm Alslftant secretary of
w.r Sanger, and many other proml-
ncllt Uepartment olflclals; Admiral,
newey. Hear Admirals Schley. Mel-
vine, icamsay. Kvans ami Crownln-
shield; General John It. Brooke, com -
mander of the Department of the Hast;
1 Genual Pltzliugli I.ce and many other""", ""?" """ case nenner nignt
Geemul ritzhugh I.ce and many other """ ""?" ' cense nenner nignt
' illstlnKulshed ofllrcrs of the Armv nndinor ,nornlnE to thank God for havlu-x
(UistinKUisiieu omccrs or tne Arm ana u,u wminni McKlnley. Tho
nvj: former Senator Gorman o,ew Piesfdent vvna near tho head "f
.viarj lan.i. ucorge H. corteljou. secre-
tary to the late President; former
. Secrctniy of Wur Alger, former Attoi-
ney General Griggs. J. Plerpont Morgan
of New York nnd John Kasson.
At the conclusion of the funeral ser-
vices In the rotunda the casket lldusS," aTlli- "I if all de.ZlnS Z
lemoved In order that the Immediate ! laid a3Uo thl,ir tre(la) aiffor(,n(,cg to
irienus oi me neau i-resiueni migni sit oeslilc the catafalque and unite hi
be nfforded the comfoit of a kist.n last religious service foi one whoso
glance nt his features, and that the
people might pan the bier for the,101'0"3-
same purpose. At 12:30 the ciowds be-
can to nnss throueh tho rotuncli nnd
can to pass through the rotunda, ami
dm Ing the six hours In which the bodv
was lying In state It Is estimated that
S5.000 people viewed the lemalns.
Just at 1 o'clock a frlehtful lalamltv
floors were opened tens of thoiiband
of people rushed nlmost frantically to
n, mnln sinlimse. Tim nnllce nntl
military guards were swent aside, and'
almost In a twinkling there was a trc-
mendous crush at the foot of the great
staircase. The Immense throng
swept backward and forward like tho
surging of a mighty sen. Women nnd
children, n few of the latter bibes In
lldren, n few of the latter bibes In "'i c,niucn, wncro the limeral scu
ms, were caught In the ciond and.J,"''-' .ttns lR''1'- nd nt the bcautliiil
any were badly hurt. Strong men ,tMlatt'! "'I'ti'ry. wheio thu body
Id chlld.en nnd even women highly 5 "&'10 ,) "". ' Tro.",I"'!lu
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above the heads of the surging crowds
miiicniy nnu cooler ueaiis in me,!"" uuuy was tnen taken to Wot
throng, nppioxlmntely n hundred peo
, pie were Injured. Some of (lie more
seriously hurt weie carried Info tho ro-
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,liuirled to the hospitals in ambulance.
and women's wearing appand of all
kinds, clashed hats, gloves, nnd oven
.snicueis. waicnes, pocxei ooohs, Kevs
and knives wero picked up,
when the casket containing tho re-
Washington people, tho cavulry escort
was again formed and convejed It to
the special train, which Is now cniry-
ing tho body to Canton.
The magnificent display of floral of
ferings, numbering no less than 12"
pieces and making tho most remnik
nblo floral tribute, ever seen here, were
taken to the station from tho Capital
In cairluges and wagons, and theie
placed uboard n special car which had
been piovlded for them. Three trains,
comprising In all twenty passenger
roaches were necessary to nccommo
dite all those who accepted Invitations
tj make the Journey to Canton.
IAST 1IHBLITFS OF
Canton, O, Sept. lu. Thu moitu!
rcmnlns of President MeKlnloy nie nt
rest. I-'or six das nnd through hu'i
die ds of miles n sorrowing nation has
followed his tiler. Now the list looks
hove been taken, the last foievvulls
haw bee-ii said. The last salute to n
dead I'rcsldint has echoed abov" his
bend. His body lies for the momuut
111 the little cemetery of Canton, guar,:-
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,u,cd ,, honoUll ,n, yi lat8u a.
monument to nig nunic auu make his
giave a shrine.
Hut his hlglust monument must ever
rtrnnln In tho hearts of his couutr-
men. A mourning people raises Its
"end f 1 0111 tllO dtlSt 011(1 gOOS forward
illfnrnln Tlie1"--11' "" '" "llsl n,1(1 B s rorwam
Sinledjnl"'""'' n,lJ BuUKd "' ,bo "fe "
Ing Pang, Chi-, There s one ticnit that knows no
tI(,n,ctI tlll, tt,(1()ft-s lasl ,, ,nos,
lfU(1C( privilege of following her dear
one to the gravu,
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i (.me and gouc this day In 8mpathetlc
eNpresslon between her nnd them. To
morrow they will lesumo their atom-
toineii duties and the world will go
Us load lightened by new Interests.
"'" a'"" au "ncnus. uui u couu
!ttUJ epooplo of this whohJ
city and Stntu and of the Nation, too.
in-lwtrp ,,,g McmU nm, lncy noUa
No more Immesslve cortege ever
edited King or Emiieroi to tho last
hemi than that one' whleli foUoweJ
William McKlnley's body to the tomb,
,N Br-'at hlstoi le father of a peopli
V" ' . sunouncieu by more evi
,kr" r.,1,on ,
LJ.K ?!' "' hJ.' IS "f,r.'.'..?."" !!,s f?"
ui,o ha o won I ,fl ,h .-h;; V JiV... r
can give In varied walks were clad "..
wall. In his funeial train. And with
Mhem walked tho men and women win
tu" ,N'th hardened hands for their
tho funeial lino mid wltn him the rep.
'resentntlvoh of 'the highest depart
' nients of tho Government. Tho Army
,BII' Navy, representing the Nation's
jstiengtli. walked beside the blei
,'!"rB a'mva States took
religion wns truth nnd lovo foi
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I . ?' n bllll!lni'' the choicest floneis
or UN,ury allJ 1Q fommon ornanH.nM
0 cottage gmdens to decorate) his
: long home. From every coiner of thu
State which gave him to tho Natloi
thousands nnd tens of tHousamls enmn
frum sno" "nd fami and factory to
,l'-nd pray nnd eveu fight for a last
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J-led bv thom
And'nll was In
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lillc Ii.b body was car-
bouor of Wllllnm 1,
Klnlov. tho man. without whoso vli-
tues William Mc Klnley. the President,
would havu been Imnosslblo.
A'".' .ntn ,no ,a8t notos r t'10 dead
niarch died nway. und the curtain was
lIl.lUU rtrt tlm o.iKtl.lx . . . lien
,,., MeKlnie,, the bugsang "w:
in good by to tho soldier who ha 1
luugiu the good tight,
I 'Ine final hecnes at tho Plrst Moth-
uibt cnuuh, whero tho limeral sei
aim impressive. Tho service at thu
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lewn Cemetoiy nnd placed in a iccuiv
lug vnult. pending the- tlmu when It
will be finally laid to lest beside tho
dead chlldieu who wore bulled juars
ago. Thu luueial piocesslon wus veiv
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..-. i fBriiiitiitos ill ,nn A, niv nm v.
oi me united states, but the entlio
military Btrength or tho fitoto of Ohio
nnd hundieds of lk riateipal nud
other organizations. It was two mllo3
'llio peoulu lined the stioots In ,1, nm.
masses and ever window along tho
niut named snd inccs. while lion
tops and fences were ciowded wl
mourners. Tho peoplo wnltcd rum
before noon till nearly night to piy
their last token or leaped to thu deud.
It was n fitting farewell to a man who
spent his Hie In the people's service.
Canton, O, hept. 19. Tho Inst slid
words wero said over the re-mains o;
Piesldent McKlnley at the Methodist
Church today. It was thu simple, ot
beautiful, sen It of mat church, mil
theio weio few diy e)e In thu crowd
Tho Mono In tho chinch when tho
casket was can led in on tho hIuhiIiIoi-h
of thu stulWait soldluis and ballon
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bolder twenty feet high, relieved ut
Intervals by uauow white bauds tail
ing to thu flooi, swept complutolv
nround thu tntoilnr. Only thu gilt
oignn pipes, back of tho pulpit, loss
nbovo It. Tho vestibules on cither
sldo or tho elinncel lending Into thu
church weio black tunnels, thu Btalnel
glass windows on either sldo weio
limned In black, und tho balcony or
the Sunday school to tho roui, thrown
open Into tho chinch by largo sliding
doors, wa shrouded In the same som
ber fabric, graceful blade streamer.
festooned alone the nrchet or the
nnve, formod a blncK canopy nbovo
tho chancel, from this, directly above
the low, Mug covered catafalque on
whlih tho casket was to lest, hung
a beautiful ttlll; ting. Its red nnd white
folds tied midwn.v with a band of
Hut It w.n the floral dlspluv at th"
front of the church which filled tb"
whole edlflre. - Ith glory. The renter
of all was A groat wreath of American
biauty roics framing a black-bordei-ed
portrait of President M Klnlcy.
Prom It extending outward nnd up
ward, wait a porfoit wealth of gor
geous blomottH The effect was as If
n groat rushing waveof color hail
bioken Into flowers nt the foot of tho
bier, 'inoy extended up even to the
organ plpoj. against which lay four
vweatln, tl,r-o broken as If to icpre
sent the quarters of the moon. It win
exquisite Purple nnd green were tho
dominant shndes orchids, violets.
pnlm'4 at.il evergreens. Against tho
komuer In, kgrouiuU wore many hand
some pleon.1 Against the walls on
cither side were llornt nags nnd upon
the- pulpit restnl nn urn In white car
natloci, b'oken at the base to repre
sent the watr (towing from It. At
cither Hide of this urn was the cioss
of the KnlgliH Templar nud the
crown of the Knights of P.vtlilas, while
to the eait. was the square ind com
pass of Mascnry. Almost directly
nnove ins support for tho coffin i
xunburat of lights glittered like stars
In a blac't sk). The light from with
out rami' dimly through the stained
glass wladows. Cnder the folds of
the stnrrj tanner, the fragrnnce of the)
flowers hovering all about, tho strains
of Ileethoven's grand funeral maic'i
pulsing from the organ, the bodv bear
its gently I wered the coffin to its
The m"mbrs of the Loyal Legion,
Goverocr Nah, Governor McMllliu of
Tennessee, and Governor Longluo ui
Mississippi, eacn with his tull-unlform-id
Stan, had already entered tho
church from the west entrance nt.
tilled the rcot westerly section of
pews. The members of the Sennits
und House of Representatives had
picceueil the eonin throiign the door
thu the side of tne chancel through
which It entered. They wore ushorci
In, an at all state ceremonials, by thu
sergeant at arcis of each body. Sena
tors Allison of lowa nnd Date of Ten
nessee headed the Senatorial repro
scntatlves, of whom there were aboht
foity, and Speaker Henderson and
Kcpreseatatlve Dalzell thu members ot
the House, of whom more than half
must nave been present.
Tho Cosgres'lonnl party filled up
thu entlrn eat section of new and
the rear half of the two central sec
tions. Tho local flergvmeu occupied
the Beat below tho organ usually m:
ruplcd b7 the choir All had rls-")
us tho coffin was borne In. The Gen
cials and Admirals of the Aimy aul
Navy who comprised thu guard of
honor. In their ruspleuilcnt uniforms,
occupied tho first pew on either sldn
of the center aisle.
President Kbosovolt and the Cabinet
Tli . I'
tame slowly after the casket. All
In ulack mid wore blacK gloves,
resiaent mono wore an over-
tout He tuok his p.nee Immediately
ihlnd L'eutonant Geneinl Miles, next
tho conter nUlo. So close was he to
thu ccli'... that he could almost Imvo
leaned over and touched It. Secretary
Ccilluu, Justice McKennn of the
Supreme Court. John G. Mltbiirn nnd
John N Sentchcrd of lluffnlo nud
several ether took seats Inimedintely
I11 thu rear of the Cabinet. Then 'ol
lowed tho mourning i datives, who
titcupled the pws on tho left of tho
tenter alslo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aimer Mc
Klnley led the way, followed by tho
tither Immediate relatives. Senator ami
Ml 8. Fairbanks', Controller and Mr.
Dawes, Colonel and .Mrs. Mron T.
Heirlek of Cleveland and a few otlwr
close nnd personal friends. Ihj
fourth puw from tho front, that .il
way occupied b President McKln
ley. was drapod In bine k, and remained
Alter theso had been seated the dom
leading Into tho Sunday t-thool vw,4
opened and the beats arranged below,
as wull as those lu tho balcon), weto
toon tilled with the ropicsentatlvos ol
vaiious oiganlzntlons and the fellow
townsmen of the late President. Con.
splcuous nmong these wero the sur
ilvors of thu Twenty-third Ohio, Pit's
Ident MeKlnloj's old regiment, who
brought Into tho church the tattered
battle nags the regiment had curried
throughout th Civil War.
It was after 2 o'clock when thu
quartet aruae and lilted up tueli videos
witn thtf touching words of "lleaiitlfiil
Isle of Si rr.e-wl.vre." When tho sound
of thu last line had died nway Rev. O.
11. Jllillgan pastoi of the I'lrst Pre
bjterlan ( turch, in which President
and .Mrs Me-.inloy weio mnriied thli
ty yearj -tgo. offered a fervent piajer.
Kvery uead vlthlu the church bent In
solemn revuretice ns the Invocation
Dr. John A nail, pastor of Tilnl'y
t.utherar. Church, then read fiom thn
Blblo the Nineteenth Psalm, and Ilov.
fc. P. Herbruek veises 41-JS of the
twont-firth chapter of Plrst Cotlnthl
ans. Tho quartet then sang Cardlnnl
.NoWnians grand h.vmn. the beuutlful
woids floating thtoiigh nil tho chinch:
Load, thuu klndlj light, amid the en
cm ling gloom;
Load tlou n on
The- night Is dark and I am fai riom
l.i ad thou me on
IT C C Manchester then dollvoiod
an address on thu nfo or the late Pios
blent nnd thu lessons taught by nli
nobly character ami deatn.
Illshop r W Joyce 01 Minneapolis
followed with a brief ,,., ami t.
rei vices were concluded with the
Billeting of the nymn which Piosldont
McKlnley repented on his deathb'd.
Nenror. My God. to Thee." Thu -.
t re congregation nioso and Joined In
the Inst stanza Father Voltman of
Chicago, chaplain of the Iwentj-thlrd
Heglmtnt, pronounced the benediction.
Then the- notes of the organ again
"lose Thu coBl.1 was taken up a,
boino from tlio church. The telatlves
and those In offltlal llfo went out iu
the order thov hud cutc-ied.
i..,!. ??, nfte.r 3 "V"Ui Hllc" "l
lent and anxious thiongs outsldo tlu
!L'I.C?i Maw tht. k0h'mn PnR-aut leap
pear through the church doois. Firs'
came the guard of mllltarv and naval
honor, the- GeneinU and Admirals
forming in double line leading from
tho en trance to tho waiting heaisH.
.wealth of flowers annealed und
' . .i,i,,U....l .. .1... .. V L' M. "
I. . '" "raped casket with In
wealth of flowers nini,n,,.,l ,i .. ..
cominlttod ti. el,., i,..,..... n.,.. .. .
. , - .....mov, in, rresi
Uent and members or the Cabinet fid
lowed aim-In arm and stepped Into tho
waiting cartlages. Tho lelntlves u
teied carriages next. Then the sep.
arato line or tioopeis broke Iiom
their bnttulion front, and, wheeling
Into platoons took up the mnich 'n
tho ginve-. In thu long line of c-ai
lltige-s wire United States Senntois
and members of tho House of Hepio
sentatlvos fiom ovoiv section of the
countij Justices of the United States
STOPPED TO MOURN
While Their Beloved President Was
Carried to the Grave
Five Minutes of Com
New York, Sept. 19. All business,
except work of necessity, was sus
pended In this city today In respect to
tho memory of President McKlnley,
pnd tho clay of mourning was observ
ed by persons of all religions. In all
churches, nnd in the synagogues, spe
cial services were held and public
meetings were held nt various places.
at which addresses were mode eulo
gistic of the life nnd public services
of the dead President. In marked con
trast to the ordlnnry holiday here, all
sporting events scheduled for today
were cither abandoned or postponed.
The public golf links In the parks wero
In addition to the closing of store,
banks nnd other plnccs of business, all
street car and railroad traffic stopped
for a period of live minutes at the
time the funeral services were to be
gin at Canton. At tho time set for
the removal of the lain President's re
mains to tho cemetery, tho Commer
cial Cable Company's cables nnd land
lines In America, England, Ireland,
Scotland. Franco and thu Azore Isl
anils were silent for five minutes. Tin
lines of the Postal Telegraph Com
pany observed the samo ceremony,
and the leased-wlre s)stem of tho
Associated Press also suspended. Tho
Western Union Telegraph Company
observed holiday hours throughout its
entire svstem, and all signaling on the
international cables and land lines of
the Western Union Telegraph Com'
pnnv's central office wns suspended,
every Instrument being silenced for
Chicago. Sept. 19. Tne noises of i
great city were hushed for five min
utes today, while mourning thousands
pnld their tribute to the memory of
William McKlnley. Tho silence wns
broken only by bells tolling off the
tlfty-eight Illustrious years or the dead
President's life, or voices raised In
singing "Nearer, My God, to Thro,
tir "Lead, Kindly Light."
Tho demonstration took nlnee ilur.
Ing the afternoon and wns timed to
bo lu unison with the last rites nt
Canton. Thu parade came to a 10
spectfiil standstill at 2:S0 o'clock.
Street ear traffic suddenly rensoil
and pedestrians halted on tho side
walks. Tho funeral piocesslon started at 2
p. in. In It wns the carriage In which
the President two jears ago rode
tlnougli the streets of Chicago, bowing
und smiling to tho annlaudlug m-onlo
Tho same bay horses which drew him
then drew the vehicle today, empty
t-ave for the flowers which rested In
It. Over It was flung a flag, under
which the lato President had mnrched
In times of tilumph In Washington, in
Canton and in Chicago. Tho proces
sion. In which there wero from 20,000
to 2,"i(i0ii men, was led by General
Joseph Stockton, who nm- maishal r,f
tho memorial parade following Gar
Washington, Sept. IS). Tim rlty
gave evidence in most Impressive man
ner that Its heart was with Canton In
tho solemn hour of Piesldent McKin-le-j's
funeral. At exactly 2:30 o'clock
(1:30 In Canton), the city ceased from
labor, practically from locomotion, for
live- minutes. There wns no offlclal
proclamation requiring such observ
ance of the funeral hour, nor had
theie been any general ngreement for
such observance. But when the hour
came, as If by common lnntlnct, men,
Women and chlldicn, whlto snd black,
tamo to a sudden halt In whatsoever
they wore engaged nnd snt or stood
ns still as statues wherever they
thanced to be.
Stieet car trofllc wns suspended, an I
the cars with their passengeis enga
id In a silent service, which caused
spectators to look on as it it weio
'The hush of being newly born." Tel-c-grapli
Instruments, tjpewrlters. elo
latois, indeed, nil the appurtenances
of business throughout the capital,
weio for tho time noiseless and the
grent clt wns as quiet as a., midnight.
fa na ft M t p m r m m hs
Supreme Coint. the ranking lie-ads ot
the Army and Navy, Governors of
muics anci .vuiois or cities nnd' th i
dencl Piesldent's fellow -tow usmeu.
IlufTalo, hept. 17. The following
statement wns given out tonight by
tho phvsltluns who attended President
MeKinle during his last Illness:
'The iindc-i signed surgevjns nnd ph)
cileiaiis, who weie In attendnnc e on tr
lato Piesldent McKlnle, havo hnfi
lliclr attention called to ccitnln sen
national- statements lecontly publish
ed, Indicating dissensions and leeilm
luntloii among them.
"Wo deslio to sny to tho press nnd
public-, once ioi nil, that every buc"!
publication nud nil alleged lutorvluws
with nny or us containing criticism
uf ono nuothci, oi of auy of our asso
ciates, mo taUe.
"Wo say again that theru was never
a seilous disagreement among thu
piofoKslonal attendants as to any of
tho symptoms oi ns to the trentmont
or tho cuse, or as to the bulletins
which wero Issued, A very unusunl
harmoii or opinion and action prevail
ed all tlnougli the case.
"The iinfoituiiatH result could not
havo hpen roreseen before tho unfav
orable 8mptoms declnred themselves
lato on the sixth day, and could not
havo been prevented by any humnn
"Ponding tho completion and publi
cation or thu olllclal leports or tho
poBt-moitem examiners nnd attendliu
stun wo shall icfiiso to mako any fur
ther statements for publication, nnd
alleged Interviews with nn or us may
tie known to bo fictitious.
"MATTHP.W I). MANN.
CIIAHI,i:S G STOCKTON."
Ill.iiik books of nil sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the llullctln Publish
ISSUE Jl STATEMENT
8urgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES i TELEPHONES,
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Fort Stmet, Whits, .36 i.
HOURS tt A. m, TO t. Ml 1
I TO j p. i t to t P. n.
P.O Box3ei Sunday iw p m
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Crown nnd Bridge
HOURS o TO I.
3Q4 Boston Block.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Atakea Street.
Office Hours o to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
G. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love llulldlng. Port Street
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone. 434.
Dr. J. AtMmrlnt lina pnmm Ail lit.. nr.
flee from 70S Port street to 313 Kin?
street, next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. nt.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dp. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE "The California." Em
ma street 191C-3m
Dr. Wm. C. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to now ofllcc, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. iinwallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, T to 8; Sun
days, 9 to II,
DR. BOGLE j
WITHOUT PAIN. '
Hotel Street. v
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BlDCl , FORT STEEET
OVER MAY CO.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
t5 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
t O BOXgil, TEI WHITE 1
Lill' skirts dtancd. Clothing
cleaned, Jyci ml rcpAtrcd.
Suits mtU too'dcT,
fit uirantU. Lottilct
Furl trMt, ncsr ICukul, and
ntr Orpheun Tbtater.
Prlcts Cltinlor on iu!t, 7iC,
Dvlnr suit St
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CBNT8.
NOTICE TO TEACHI1RR.
Ihe Ilepnrtment of Dlucatlou ha.-,
scut out the following eliculars to tho
teachers of tho Territory:
"Considerable confusion has been
caused, and thl Department has been
subjected to 'no little nnnoyanco by
tho practice of some teachers admit
ting pupils to their schools who havo
not been pioperly released from the
schools they formerly attended.
"Tho provisions of tho law on this
subject nre very plain nnd explicit.
They ure found on pages 444 and 443
of the Penal 1-av.n. published in IS'JT
nnd also in the school law, Sections 3.!,
42 and 43, with -which all tenrheis
should be familiar. It Is expected.
Ihercfoie, that the following will be
carefully reud and faithfully followed
by all concerned."
The Itcu1.tr then quotes the sec
tions of tho law relating to truancy,
tho reciuliements that a complete regis
ter of pupils shall bo kept by each
teacher, and to admitting pupils tjo a
school without a certificate of lclease
fiom the last school attended. -The
penal section of the law Is as follows:
"Tho teacher of nny such school who
bhnll violate any of tho provisions ot
this or of tho foregoing section shall,
upon conviction thereof, before nnv
Dlstilct .Magistrate, be subject to n flue
not exceeding $10 for each offense.