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t ft tie f ate II Rises mull wrretarv rrlan a few fewr 1 ieoasts
r 111111 rutr deer arl th King dfallt dfalltTit dtalllTIe deathilt
Tit AltornfyGeneral tend the III Home Homerr HnmhrrtAryw Hnmeterr
terr hrrtAryw rr ArywM wr wentn m th the patere r aee await awaitTI awaitTi
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Ic the I e r tneni of Httr a and nd Iha It
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Irt JrrHgn J n frtf ffctn of nfh he t i ontU1I1 ont rrnt rrntKing
King George V will m t red irrmstir le r rtimrd r tr tritmed red redE
E timed throughout the Ib klnedni shortlyells shortly tjiortlytiler 1JIm11 1JIm11fII
ells fII daybreak thl this mornins morninsFor mere > > 1I1 1I1fnr nq nqFnr
fnr tnirtf tlnwt IM before death Ih enmc th thK the theKna h hInl
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Hwarri I VII 11 one of the Ih best I King that IhiIl IhiIlr thater I Ier
+ er r eat at upnn the EngKth EnC > > h Throne h hfilow h4 h4Ineland haIrahwrl
Irahwrl filow l Ingland + beat Quern Q to n ih tMfrive f < t tr jrra
r rra frive ive after a reign of but little morn mo than thanr t
r r re year yearW Yluahn yearstlhm
W tlhm hen h he came em to the throne there hI wan wanI I I It
t attural tendency on the part of the thertion Ih thtarinn I Irarlon
rtion to look hack and nrt wonder whether whethre whetherhigh
> > high level which had be been n gradually graduallyand cradllalh1 s4sitIyrracht1 I
rracht1 h1 and fustalneil In pitblie and andif od odallonal
ra < allonal rlf life if during hit hi mother long longwould oneqn
IIf qn would IM b further furlh r maintained The I
anon < today fo Dd dayIra give II a verdict which leave leaver
r doubt of II Its favorable opinion opinionHie olnlollThe
The Kings touching declaration when whentook whene bn bnIlk
e took Ilk tb the oath before th Privy Priy Counoil Counailt
t ra H he h deal dMlId de red and Intended to rule wisely wiselyvq IMI IMIril
vq r ril well hat I been made good and nd the thei
i imp 1111 sorrow with lIh which hlh hi his lora u d dred de derld dered
red i II a manifeitation IIWIir atJoo to In I I IlIbJ tubjctn1 tubjctn1f cu cunrrgnitlon la lanltloo
f nrrgnitlon ffiition < < of the fact that thi hy y and nd th thI I Io the ther
° r cr1 + I will long remember h I Ia e work far farrlea faramong feramons
lea among the nation and the ttnking atriWngMuRs j I
MuRs ll lt he achieved therein I II by bt tact tacttr
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> tr more than hi his mother mol her b ht was w Int mtiilr IntIt Intsissy
It > sissy r anociatH with the lb social life lif of oftl orJIIlry oftt p
tl ojntry + without neglecting th the im 1mlfflIln mr j
r demands mad on h1 energy mi y hy hyr y yor
r r of state tat and It la I not too much muchhat Inlltht
wv t hat no if English King had ever a ar aa
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+ pAT1riAL Anr AL CAUUITT CAUUITTOM GLa snt sntnas
1 OM tl to the nation at 1 the lit moreeDt mometld moreeDtH91M 1n011 nt
1 wee 1 It eonttitutlonal ride ni awak awaki awakes awakeseeti
i i eeti ira m the minds mlndll6f of all 11 who hare hareM hnH hareBare
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0 Hi Its lla rt rut t knowledge kllollIII of r men menr mentar
r tar tr ir right ight into affair and nd hi hiifbl hie hieItabl hiearabb
ifbl judgment wereaateta were auta 1 which whichn
n If > eoiM Mtllo afford to low In
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i I < flfflion re tion battened hi hil end A ArUI As Astut i it
rUI t hoira were Nt crowdej by byiJowoflhtSouth byetewofWISoulhAfrtaanwar
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II J U Ihard trd In blsclotlng his closing day d waai waaiT wu wua
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His Hi Majesty llaJ t He II film Kin trrattt rreat > H hi hihit blIlIIt his hiss
hit at llit It cokvk o tonight In eo < ho Iii prMroro Iiienc jo joHI s
enc HI < < ef r l tor r lla 1lajrsty ty l CUI trm AUiacdra AUiacdrathe Inard InardIhe
the Inks In and Prince cf Vein the thePrince Ih IhPrt thePrituces
Prince Prt Itoyal the Ih Duohen Dutoh of Fife the theI
j I Prirerr Ptir1lclri Vlctcria and the Ih Prince IxptJfce IxptJfceDwhr Inti Inti1hIet LrdseIhuehe
Dwhr of 0 Argyll ArgyllA rerlli
i A n IMI offloi announcement was petted pettedMiWdo pe11d6oIItJlido postedpautaide
pautaide MiWdo ih the h p pa > U at t or declaration d LvaUoo mad ui uithe ItJI Wthe
the I crowd that atood waiting lIlnl about the theclm tbel thegte
l clm < < al8 It wa for some time 1m In Ignorance Ignorancethat
that the Ih end had com Tt > e Prince and andPrince nd ndPrllIClMII
Prince of Wale and nearly all the tb other othertrembtni otherItm othermembenel
trembtni Itm of the Ih royal family left the palace palacewithin palaowithin palaelhin
within lhin half balrn an hour ho after the bt King death riocthand deetbInd deathand
and the people Interpreted Intrp ltd thl this a as a hop hopeful hoprd hopfns ¬
ful saga It sou wa w not until th the reporter reporterpawed repott1IIra1d reporterspatted
pawed the word ord around that the Ih watcher watcherknew lclIl lclIlkD
knew kD that all was over Notwlthttanding Notwlthttandingthe Notwhbetar4 nt ntIbe
the grave bulletin that had been Issued Ittuedthe Iflu IfluII Issuedthe
the II new fell heavily upon the lb anxlon anxloncrowd anxinuerowdwhohad nlllllerowd
crowd erowdwhohad who had hoped hOlflLainlt agamtt hope It Itrtfeivnl ItrtIIYICIII Urrceiyed
rtfeivnl the tiding with every manlfeola manlfeolalion mnlt mnlttlon eU eUlion
lion of keen < wn regret
LOUD UAIOR NoiirtrD NoiirtrDThe NOtlrtrDi
i Tl The Prince Prlu of I f Wala IM cent the lb following followingdeapatcfa folloiDCj folluwinkdelutcb
j deapatcfa to the h Inns lx I > nl Mayer from the thepilaw lINtpalaOll lb lbpalace
I palace at It 1170 1170am ItI n nI
j I am deeply d py grieved to mform you 011 that thatmy I thatmy hilIm
my m beloved IJ < lov father rlh pawed away pest tacfully I pestfully c crulll
fully a at quarter to 12 tonlglit lo nlght
tigoanSoon iROHOK iROHOKSoon iPOlllllSOJ
Soon after midnight the tb lard 1Iornaolyrd Mayorreceived Mayor Mayorreceived
received the Ih ciutomarr cilltom formal request
I for tolling the great belt in Kt Paul PaulTbe PaulsThe ul ulTbIfQue1
The TbIfQue1 request was communicated d in a letter letterfrom titterfrom
I from tfi tha Home Secretary and the Ih fx Lord rord3for LordMayor > rd rdMayor
Mayor immediately tent ut it to the cathedral cathedralauthortie talluoclralautboritiH cat bednl
authorities authortieIn
In a fw minute i be twlliileep bell W rltrPIIIUmr rltrPIIIUmrvelm deep muffled mufhelroles muffledvoto
roles broke over tn the rity Ill with ifb il its mf m8Hace m8Haceof metaa age ageof s sof
of grief rIer proclaiming In solemn lO mn one minute minutebeat IIII mlquteunto ut uttat
beat that King Kin Edward lay dead Few Fewpeople r rpeople Fewpeople
people were re abroad rod but those who bo heard heardit
it lured their h heads ad I while hll potiretnen potiretnenat pnNermensteed
steed at t talute taluteAX IIIlutlA
AX A AXXIOC P ton OATIoedun r rwa I I
1 IlId9n < wa was anxious all day The n tud tudd audden
d dn n sewa ewe ef Edwards F lward grave Ita iHnrM UlI rime eameat eamAI
at a blowibeeau the UI King Int wa was reported reportedto
to Lave returned from ffarrita In fair fairhealth fal fairhealth I IhlIh
health All U day dill crowd loitered about aboutBuckingham aboutBuckltgbam I
Buckingham Patio and lId th the Manlon ManlonHoMie MansjoIloise
HoMie 11001 in the lbelll city where the phytlctan phytlctanbnHetint rhytfanjltttMelin phyalcinsbulletins I I
bnHetint were re displayed
tho gravity IrlYl of tb the Kings Kia condition w wrf WAIl WAIlrt wannAected
rf nAected toted rd at t ltoyda Hstbanr In a Midden euddrorise Middenri MId MIdof
ri rise of the pwnlim demanded to iatum iatumj lall lallhi inurhis
j hi his Hf life From < per sent to premium for fursit fortail
tail h month the th price tote with a jump jumpafter lumpall
ft I after all th the h Eau hat of tb the It oclock bjtlotta bjtlottaintil Muiktinuntil I II Ii
until lalUIer later m a the afternoon txitln business In was wasin
i ireWM i flCHtrd in a tow twin at 1 M II per pe cent centpremium tftItfmktm twatpremlem 1
premium fnr r one month Tb inatiraBoe inatiraBoeeat
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eat net merely reI tpeouhtive fVltII Said Saiddreker ld a abroker I IIIfIIler
broker drekerTher IIfIIlerTher brokerliter
Ther are a large Jar namber ef p people peoplewhose eple eplewnn fIIew
wnn w Wit > Income fmww are re dependent dfofl MIl t ttfen tf ft the theKtef WeKing
King and 1IIt the three were reapeeWle re ponHte for the thekrf theIarttet he her
krf Iarttet r > > < t pniaraba prne rtiB of buMtna buMtnawaexa7AZ bula I IKd4llN
Kd4llN Kd4llN11M wwaaILa wwaaILaTb
TIM Tb Ktega health eem osapM 4 d MM t 1 1ai
i ai
I dial altenlco a It lea cf f the Escbugt an and r i hI rultn hIItln
Itln tn were rr awaited witb th thernatrll thernatrllnII the trratmt trratmtnxletv artatretmisty
misty tlnydV b had d rioted before If the theevening Ihe1411111 theIntlletln
evening Mjll 1411111 r e n s NIt ktatlng ktatlngthat atiltnorlhat atotinthat
that tli II the King cvi oclitiOll litioa wn 1 critical criticalAll
All n rranncial London w was gravely ra raI ely inter lfltrwtrd IRIrNId interewtd
wtrd The Tk city 1 1J l had il b been n experiencing experiencinga llfrlrnl nt ntiPltk
a gigantic < < stack b hem om The Th public after afterImvlng nfl nftcrharing r rhuinC
haring kept their purse fill tied Id up u li lightly IIchllralne lightlysince lillr lillrtince
since the D IJetor er tlar n r began b bo an n ouring > pout poutmillion out outmillion oitmillion
million In the II Miretuiw t of nil rllhlr > l > er rh shoe shoeIn hll hllIn ir irin >
in ianumenblo new eompanlr l dozens doU1ISof dotenof
of which are at fimtej weekly Vew of the theKing UIIKine theKings
King users ill th IhtlOkp1 okH the Ih financial fl flIrlct di dilrlct li litrlct
trlct becaiiM I it t disarranged dlaafTIn 1 th plan Ian ft ftof f
I I
thfinenrln Ih ftfll ARn ullmlorthelJft Asanrompkofthee7ectf ullmlorthelJfttf
of f the hI n lie news in Ik the Knaneial district thcorrespondent th thcarrwpoixlent IhterrHpI1Iklt
correspondent al f Tun Tt Suv ic ft f infonwl infonwlthat InlonIht infonn ul ulthat
that the hto prcpctu II rf r nine new nl cum oiimpnnlei cumnle emposer
poser nle BBIOJI wee we bancld to the Ih ne nepaper II IIflllpe news newspaten
paper for publlationSeturdaynamog publlationSeturdaynamogwere publication Saturday rxirntac rxirntacwere
were eft withdrawn late thiirtday flrn sftrnan rri rrirur i imr I Irnr
rur son SOCIAr A i Haw HawTli esaoxm UIOOTl
Tli h honrsee tir IfW e of th the world or will bnntaWked bnntaWkedtin be N1OCk1Ihi ritoek I Ithi
tin wen nieniifig ing when bn th they y learn of r be riceKing beKing hI hIKine
King t d dh h The effect upon lm hIft hIftn buonIn ki kiIn
In n Ini London n will he M > grave II will give lilYIhllrp a atharp asharp
sharp halt to all speculative ntert nll1rl nll1rlwhll > ri riwhUe aee aeewhtl <
I
whUe it will destroy th I Ibe social season Matotithat 1111 seasonthat < 11 11thaI
that ha h Jiitt j opened with a promna nf ofwetderful nfwoadrful f fwonderful
wonderful profit for ro hrtel hrl rrttiurenlK rrttiurenlKretail rHUunltail rnUursntretail
retail tail merchant thralre and Ih tie open openTbe openThe I ITIlt
TIlt King Kin wa was deeply Interested In th thirr the thenrt
irr > < M of he Ih social ai also m > n Inaugurated fnu Inauguratedupon lIral < l llipon I Iupon
upon hla return nl from Rlarrlt It wn liU liUdetire III hidesire I Idff
desire If h lie could do b > to I bring th thwarring IIImaC the thewarrior
warring maC political Id callers together to lb r and nd tn
have th the general election postponeduntil postponed pollponPlIuDtlllal
until uDtlllal late in I the hi summer In ord order r hit It Itihould ilIhollkt ItIAonkt
Ihollkt ihould not IK t precv ptfC d In n the midst tnKtrtof
of tb theocdal toriI aorialaonhtn eaonwh n it would uring uringfrreiwrable 1Jr0 1Jr0Imtlllrnble nrtngIrreranble
frreiwrable lot 10 it t th name lime IIm upon uponmerrlmnt uponmtmlnl uponmsnlornt
merrlmnt theatre Ih I ho opera 0 and ill illj 11 11IIn
t j line of r industry dej dldnl ident upon amt n rt
I orlety 10111 for a living livingtiova UlalI IirlatItoxa
I
tiova 110 or uustarIt iiixTrrit iiixTrritIt 1llIt 1llItII
I It wa was II obvious to tho Ih those who bo called eall al althe alIb atIha
the Ib patto IN several time throughout througbotitthe Ihroll Ihoot IhootIh
the Ih morning afternoon ores FIII evening that thatdeplte lhetl lhetlI thatdeepit
I deplte the Ih grave va bulletin of 0 the Ih squad squadof I Iof
i of royal physicians and nd threat Ibf IIl pdaliM pdaliMIke fJclaIi1st
Ike is Kings Kio < < condition was w mlly IJlI more morecntienl morecnliotl
I j
cntienl than the lb
medical bulletin an announced anflounced n nnouartod ¬
flounced Everybody alout the palaee palaeeeeemetl INllueWffIMIl pxtieeseemed
eeemetl dlatraught lord t nl Knells mn mnceiled oonC1Id tentralerl
ceiled hi his anxiety DII4I behind a atil ref curl r1
Ben 8 of r manner in anwerlng eke ntr
rrtptndtnl prndenl quetlen quetlenrViriy 1U1lleni
i rViriy trt in th the h day da the Ib pnlac servant tervaattrhanged servantchanged ut utrlnrfd
changed their tctrltt liverie Ii for MarkThe Mark WickThe 11 11Th
The Th memlore fDlml of the Ih royal ftmHy rlmll WHO ekeleft WHOleft IMIrt
left the tb palace ItIce throughout III Wt day wtrej wtrejebvlouily w wobYolll wen wenebrlousiy
ebvlouily deeply dltrred dla PlllPd Itwa It was a apl aplparent ap apprint
I parent 1IIt that the tb Ring end 00 wa was 11 nest nestilo narHo nrI
I Ho grave wa the lh la It t offlefal bulletin bulletinthat 1Mi111IIht bulletinthat
that an n urgent mmmon wan 11 iwml to toall I
I Iall all th the member nmt > ef 0 tb I tM royal I 7AI family fmll not notalready notalready
already alad gathered at the pataee pala to kJhere come comethere eo ue uethen I l
there Immediately Immediatelya
a WmCTLT PATIENT PATIENTThe PAnaHTtile PUIMTTb
The Kwg wa was alway a dMReuU patientfor patient tlPIII tlPIIIt
for t t Ilk phytMaot flhrliel to manag Re H HeTfItI was waaenm wasevw
enm mere oHAevk dtrwig hi hit Ut t tw See IWItI8A SeeTn
Tn I8A eAT Y InI AOCYEMAY A 1 1e IIW Psea
Pies Messwet e tlluntn fer tee Minn Iofh Iofh1i
1i >
J I I ddiseau Iay T Utet iJll Ka a frttnday morning and andafternoon aadaftmoo andafternoon
afternoon he wa Axc fUCHdlnl1 dU > gly restless restlessand re tlra tlraand 11NaI
I and nd Intltted on getUng r tUnl out of l hod > ed and andI andpurtlally
I I rtlally III1IAII dre d dressing lng The phyvician htllan couhl cmuklnot couhlnot Mllklnot
not induce him to withdraw Ihdra hit mind mindfrom mindfrom mindfrom
from consideration con Inald deration raln of affair of stale lie lieoften II IItlrln Ileoften
often petulantly observed that h IIunble he wa waunable wasunable
unable to rest because J4ooa1 h he could not take takehi laki takehi
i hi mind from rom the Ih political situation tltuationI
I cannot nut he exclaimed ltIYraltka veral sersraltimes veraltlmfi
times tka b beeau cauM I am m thinking think In of thisterrible this thlat IhLatrribl4t
t terrible mbl situation lluat I cannot lop in lied liedI
I must mu 1 b be up
UORXIXO norm normThe ROrrAlI aOrrAThe
I The Tt Klag pafMd a fairly ralrl quiet night nightFjrljr nllhlrArlr nightFArly
Fjrljr In the morning m milll the Ih member ef efhit ofhis f fhll
hit and nd tics Queen robin ult were ere hopeful hopefulthat
that he stay would tiring t + a favorableturn favorable favorableturn ruorablIIIm
turn ta hit 1 > > itlnett Early rl visitors to I lb lbpalace tbflab Thpattede
palace flab were isfornved IBrormflilbat that h he wa a making makingfair makln maklnralr
fair progress
I
There was U still IIN BO improvement In the theKing tk tkKina theKings
King condition at 10 oclock It Itufridrrl was waadecided wasdecided
decided that all n the th member of theroyal the theroyal Ih Ihrmny
royal family tk then n In the Ih palace bold choiildMay shouldstar boldIar
May through the th right Room RoomIrflllr were wereprepared wetsprsparnd
prepared Irflllr fer f fnrthem r them At 10 IOc30 109011 JO if waaanthar waaantharratiteJy wuautheriatlvely alathor alathorathtI
ratiteJy athtI sated that Ihalll there wa no further furtherehauge turlherohavle furtherehauge
ehauge in the royal patient condillou condillouTilt
Tilt iKKToiuT IOCTOII Trans TransA rranl rr
A < lioclack l o clock when the royal physicians physiciansgathered puy pbiCtnlalhrll i aa aagather
gather < < alhrll for th this morning momlo examination examinationof
of HI thn illustrious patient it becamequickly became becamequickly LttImqllickly
quickly apparent afIII that hit hi condition conditionvfrging w wfrein was wasverging
verging frein upon critical The King Insisted lunioledupon hi Insistedupon CN CNIpon
upon rioing ri ifle from lied 1 > fIi and dtesingand dretwng and I
he received the physician whore wbo nun numhere nunber
here I had len I augment > l by I > r Prof Bert Der1raDd Bertrand
I
1 rand Dawson Thorn Thomas the Ih famout throat throatpeeialint throatspecialist hroalJMOianat
specialist and fr St lair IlIlr Thomson ThomsonI Thomsonfitting
I fitting lIIn in a chair chairThe chairI hairI
I The Th actual tal complaint from wbteti the theKing Ih IhKIII theKing
King KIII suffered was a an nthmatid I cardiacaffection cardiac eanliaoaffection ardiaoI
I affection and a as usual IJIIIllo in rich Ich rate a oxy otyLen oxygen OIYhd ¬
gen had l been < e n admiDi administered tered to 0 him at atfntervalt alInll1I athterrab
fntervalt aloes Thursday night Tb Tbmedical TlimldkII The Themedical
medical examination wa was aa Ant directedtoward directed dlncledlord
toward possible oomplioatlotx > I in the thethreat Ih theIhrswL
IlkNlt threat ihlt Ihi l Lint ng the partlrtilar rasa rauaewhich IIIU1ebkh rasawhich
which bkh led to the Ih calling call1n In of Prof Thom Thornten
ten It had been feared that Ihatn an operation operationwould operatlootlllid
would be necessary but Prof Thomson Thomoonwat
was AI able Lle to make It clear that the Ih thew fear fearwere ffIIre tearswere
were re ground geoumdleaa The general condition conditionof I
of 0 the King was tuch however that thegravest the thegravett
gravest fears fII were Ire entertained by b be IbedCJCe thedoctors bedoctor I
doctor and Ibi Ibis they IhII Indicated In theLuBMIn the thebulletin Iheunetln
bulletin tried at t 10 tU9n X
tHa tR ratKOa tKO analyze ARRIVKThe 411RlnTb analyzeTb
I
The Tb Prince of Wal W WfiM arrival it t Ih Ihi the theipalace
i palace i at to oVIock oIIO < k He aniloixly lnalolul lnalolulIh
j I awaited therein Ih the rcsni of the III medical examl ezaudnation IamlaaUon
I nation The bulletin was shown to 0 him himimmediately himImm himImmdlally
immediately Imm < < after It wa drawn up and andj atwlsigned nd ndand
j signed and II greatly disappointed hi hihope his hishopes
hope 110 Thf Prince later In the morning morningLaw
Law i w ibe 11 King for a few fe minute King KingFxlwtnl Kln KlnI KingFdwanl
I Fxlwtnl was y also Hand by hrlhe he Queen Queenwho Quaho Queenwho
who ho wa u among 1Ull00 the Ih narKt Nti risen at tb tbpalaw the thepalace
I palace ao aaxlou wa ha regarding the theKtnga IlulIOn theKMgs
Ktnga IOn eoadttion It wu fuMy reeeg reeeghowever reeocIMaM reeogshied
IMaM however that it was at derirabte derirabteMM4M dHirahieIe de iraM iraMA iraMneC
neC seed Ie U LlllerAtrlt II IIAtIM = Itenlsrny Itenlsrnywill
AtIM A ifsr rreeui MM4M M BMM of wa wat
will aid prikaMr prikaMra
a e
t
thai lh the royal r al patient I1I1 tbouki b 1d have all allthe al alIh allthe
1 the Ih quiet and ntl repot possible and nd con cone eooHCufnllr conequeatiy
HCufnllr utntly e < hi hie relative did rot make makeany mateany
any 0 prolonged prolon stay T In his iii room roomWIAK roomc roomWISE
WISE c ICT IC coxscioc coxsciocWhite COCICIOCIbll COXSCIOCWhile
White bll the Ih King Kin remained mlnl titling alliin In Inbit Inbl Inhis
bit bl chair violent tpell epelhlof of courting every everynow everynow i inc
now nc and again ranted him great dltcom dltcomfort dlaeomfort discomfort
fort while bllll on two occasions lI < < on fainting rlnUII fit fitCAUMd tllcaUltd fits fitscaused
caused the greatest alarm to hit hi attend attendants atteadant attendante ¬
ants At other time tlm he b was fully rull con eooaelOlUI conatlas contcloni
atlas and insisted upon transacting transactingaom
solos public publlcbisineee btwlnet Amongotherlbltg Amongotherlbltgregarding Among A IIIOft I other oth thine thineregarding bla blaprdln
regarding prdln which he b mad Inquiry were wereth ytlfttb werethe
th the arrangement which bad l been n made madefor madefo madefor
for fo the reception < > n of Prince Sadanari SadanariFuablma 8adanar11Fusblm SadananlFusbima
Fuablma who ho II I viiltlng 1IUn England In Inrepreaent I IreMnt ti tirepresent
represent reMnt the allkado at t th the opening openingof
of f the Ih AngloJapn w exhibition Ileroadi He Hetatde lielIad
tatde lIad many man crltldimt of the arrange arrangem arranelIIen arrangemetta
m lIIen metta nta and lnl Insisted ted they should be altered alteredIn
In certain rrln particular particularIt
It became evident during lb after afternoon artrnoon afternoon ¬
noon howerer that the lb condition of th thKing IhKlnl the theKing
King was ateadily tdil growing loloone worn When WhenIn h
In the evening the lb royal physician gathend gath gathered ath athttKI ¬
end for 0 a second general examination examinationtn
tn they y found th the fear they bad entertained entertainedla
In tb the Doming momln wore ere more than juatifled juatifledThe
T The e oonttant strain alo of coughing and nd the tbadifficulty Ibedlmoult thedllfoulty
difficulty dlmoult U eaperieaced ip ritocd In breathing by the thepatient Ihepallnt thepatient
patient bad affected hi his heart the lb ltd ltdvmtricl Irttenlricl liftventricle
ventricle of which wa was falling to act actAnother actAnother ilL ilLAnolbu
Another alarming larmlo symptom was u the Ut fact factthat relIbal factthat
that tb the oxygen which blcb was being admin adminIttertd admioIntend dmloItend
Intend w Wl a giving IYlD none cf r th the relief ten it itwaa itwas
was 13 d designed lgn 4 to achieve achUveCONDITION achieveCoxorrlox cbln cblnOIlDt1tOl
CONDITION OITICAL OITICALA caCALIIttl
A little after I oclock Dr Reid came camefront cmfrom camsfrom
from the King room and Dd handed Lord LordKnotty LordKOIII LordKnotty
Knotty KOIII an 11 exceedingly OJ nal Crt grave 1 bulletin bulletinatatirg bulletindl1l bufeUnatating
atatirg dl1l that hie Majtltyt condition co dltlo was waacritical wascritial 1 1critical
critical criticalIh
Ih Prince of ofal Walt was itlll UII at the thepalac tb tbpalace thepalace
palace but the Princess of Wales wt left leftoo lefteooe
100 eooe oo after I oclock At IdO a III an 0 urgent urgentauramona urpntummoDl urgentsummons
summons waa sent to her It was 10 0 urgent urgentthat u urgentthat ot otIbt
that she ht did not wait to order her be own ownmotor OIIDmotor ownmotor
motor but hastily butU entered th the car of the thePuchea tbeDucb theDrxhew
Puchea of Albany AI who bo wa WI visiting 111110 b her boraBlmlla herSimilar r rSimilar
Similar urgent summonses were re ant lit to toth 10Ih tothe
th the other member of the th royal family familywho famllrbo familywho
who bo were nt Dot at th the palace palaceThe palacen palaceThe
The n grave preparation aid It clear ctearthat erthai clearthat
that the Ib wont was feared and a thrill thrillof
of 0 apprehension ran through Ihr ula the b royal royalhousehold ro1bOUlebold royalbouehold
household la rapid M NqU aquenos uenoe < < t201 all the theprincipal theprlllc1p1 theprlnctI
principal member of the tII royal family familyfollowed rami familyfollowed I Ifollond
followed the th Prince PrlD of Wales aJet to the palace palaeeuntil palaceuotll palaceuntil
until by h T30 practically every IrJ relative relativeof llllathat
of the King KID now la London Lo d012 bad gathered
there
omclAia omd irtniomio ItunloNTDThe irtniomioTbe InlVOIIIDThe
The Archbishop of Canterbury had been beenat
at the palace three time during dwiD tb the day daywhile da dabU daywhile
while bU AttorneyCentral Att 1 1GetJeraI Sir William Robson Rob Robon Rob101I
on son also cam eam1o ca la answer to an urgent auta autamoo cmimoos WJJ WJJmOlll
moo Wlnaton Churchill the th Home Home8ecretary HomIllmmonfd Hometieeretary
8ecretary was summoned by a special specialmessenger pecialmeengr pedaIncer
messenger ncer Just t before fore t oclock the theArrhbithop IheAr theArchbishop
Archbishop Ar hbiahop of l nterbury left the palace palaceto
to attend a meeting of the th Christian Social SocialUnion SodaIUnion SocialOnion
Union where < ho h sold oaldI
I ask k you aa Christians to stand and for a aminute aIIIlnul aminute
minute In silence and lift up your prayerto pra prayer prayersto
to God for our sovereign o IID who bo II I hangingthla hanging hanrlnIhla
this moment between life IIf and deathAt death
At 1 about eS tS < I the Bishop of lUpon lUponClerk IUpoaClrrll RiponCleric
I Clerk of theCtotot tlMClOMtleft left the Ih palace accom accompanied accompanid aecompealed ¬
pealed by a lady lad The Th Duke of Fife Fifecarriage Firrarrp Flt Fltcarriage
carriage left I shortly honl afterward At BV BVth IIYIb Oatthe
th the b Archbishop of Canterbury returned returnedto
to 9 the h palace and antl1I all the member of the theroyal theroyal beror1
royal family rmil except the ht Duchess Du Nl of Al Albany AIbanr AlLuny ¬
bany were Mill in attendance The The1 The1ifill absince ab abenre >
since ifill of Lord I rd Knotty KnoH who bo had gone COD home hometo hemto
to dine seemed mld to aiiggeit that there tb wan wanno w wasno
no Immediate Im it danger
ravels COLD AT ATThere UX aaxoatxnuau aaxoatxnuauThere lltnuu
I There I is no doubt doubllbat that the Ih King caught caughtthe
the bl > chill which developed fatally during duringhit durtnerIII
fhb hit III week Ie end nd Itt at Sandringbitra for forthe forlIb forIthe
lIb the purpoM pur or Inspecting the change changeami fhanlanll changesod
sod alteration which baIt been mad madIn mdIII medIn
In the Ih bout and Ir01ln ground a of bit bl Norfolkhome Norfolk Norfolkhome orrollcbllmjl
home Th The weather was cold and nd damp dampaiul dmpaud damncut
cut in the King coraplotely exbauated eahaustdhimself exbauatedhlmtelf hultfdhlm
himself hlm lr In hit hi Inspection o of various point pointof polnllof
of interest Int He wan y accompanied by b Sir SirI SirDhchloll
I DJKhton Irobyn K Keeper per of 0 the I Privy PrivyPiirfe PrlY PrlYPllffllrd PrivyPurse
Purse Pllffllrd and Extra Equerry qu lo the King KingOn
On III Monday llonI evening h he returned lo lotown 10i totown
town and dm dined l privately In Orotvrnor OrotvrnorOretcent OroannortfPKnl
i
Oretcent recent The chill wa already alrad showing cbowlngIgn showingsigns bolncalcna
signs Ign of developing when he returned lo lothe 10palatl
the palace late III In Ih the b evening eveningIHI oInc oInc1HIt
IHI CROWn it I inn mix mixAt aUxAt atrxAt
At II oclock the b crowd out outside id lli llipalice Iho Ihopah tlspalace
palace pah waiting lllnln In the Ih rain wa was augmented augmentedl
by l > y the Ih homeward bound theatre IhI crowd crowdHtntomt erodnlllIOm crowdHansom
Htntomt and taxlcab crawled past the thepalace thepalacee be bepalac
palace their occupant atepplog out for fora formoment
a moment to ask k th tilt policemen and andunlrie andsentries nd ndnlrl
sentries nlrl the Ih latest tt new n about the Ih King KingTTKI KlnlTb KingThe
The Tb < t crowd stand at t the lb light burning humla In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the King Kin and Queen apartments the thelatter Ibela thelitter
latter la being visible aible from the lb rear ef th thpalaca the tbeOYer thepalace
palace over the 11 garden wall II along Ion Con Conatltutlon Contlllllion Conatitution
atltutlon Hill
While the lb King died diedt at 114 It ii the Ih crowd crowdat ero eroat
at tli the palace sputa cat did not learn the lb newa newauntil 01I newauntil
until lint II 1IIJ but loo bong after tb IN fact fotn01llD was waeknown wasknown
known n01llD the Ih people lingered IIn nrd hoping that thatan
an official om lI bulletin would be polled This Thlwa ThaI Thiswas
I wa was not don It wa tailed to the re nporters reporter reperre ¬
porter and cent by b ticker to London BO BOthat anthat I IIballb
that Iballb the OOCIlanlI1 content Ilk like the lb rapt itself wire wereknown wireknown nroknown
known at atadistance a dlttance dlal nce from the Ih palace long longbefore IoIIcbotrore longbefore
before Ih the anxlou loiterer wen re rehat aware awarethat awarethat
that it had even been given out outTHE outTII
I Irill
THE RND toP < r THE netAt PIT PITM DUMIlO
M MIlO i 10 the Ih great rNt gate of the Ih palace patacwere palacewere alaee alaeere
were re clo elated d by b the tll police and nd the people peoplealowly peopleIowl peopleslowly
slowly Iowl went home A As they Ib were tearing tearingMwaboya baringnewsboy armlbora
newsboy bora began tJe aheutiagipeeialedlUoea aheutiagipeeialedlUoeaIt outl sIllerUtJoa sIllerUtJoaIt
It It a coteeidtfic that almost 1 Ieet at the thome themoment kGlItefllt
me moment mt the King 1t1 died tfc 1M njtftary lllilKa17curd lllilKa17curdolW4e aibtarygsardoutalde guard guardeutrid
eutrid the pake was being MHtIaeWlfora ebaaged ebaagedTlMM ekaegedThte
TlMM led aeWlfora Wir Meg relieved Had Maimeeeted Hadmounted hartIIIt
IIIt mounted VfIIefi the I last at c pant fen Brfward rt nt the tteker thereneemaker
reneemaker ker M4 he wile smeesded Utl
1 1 L Jt
them mount mounted the lb flr tint t guard for King KingGeorge Eln ElnOeorce KiangGeorge
George V VAnnouncement vAoooUDNmente VAnnounoemente
Announcement of the tb Klnga death deathware datbe deathwere
ware e Immediately transmitted to 0 lh lhMlnUtry Ih1I1 the thellalatry
MlnUtry 1I1 latl1 of Foreign ACainad Affairs Atral and 10 o the theHorn the110m theHome
Horn Office The special star of the theForeign tb tbForeilIl theForeign
Foreign Office Bathed II sued the Intelligence InlIIICeDctlolb tothe to tothe
the lb British Kmbaitiet throughout the theworlJ th thworlel thework
work and to the lb chief of the tb ColonialGovernment Colonial ColonialGovern ColoolalOoyernment
Govern Government OoyernmentA meat meatA
A pathetic Incident occurred outside ouUkleth outsidethe
th the rtlac lato when b n be Ibe death of the King
he h waa in bla accustomed humor ta avshowed tabowed actbowed
bowed the thlI1J same consideration and kind kindly kindlythought If Ifthought I Ithouaht
thought for those brought into contact contactwith coctactwith contactwith
with him which made him a moat mot pop popular popular popWar ¬
ular monarch moaarthriunxo monardrUDfO monarchraan
riunxo raan io ron nR TH tuna tunaTbe lWfoThe vitaThe
The Archbishop of Canterbury presided presidedat
at a meeting at the tauten Haute Do hut hutevening IueveolJ lastevening
evening eveolJ Before opening the proceed proceedloge prooMdlog prOOHdIoea
log speaking In low 10 tones broker with withemotion 1ritbmotloo withemotion
emotion bo requested the attention of the themeeting themeeting he hemeetJoC
meeting for ro a moment lie U aid
Ptow His i br b Paul Tftompua Ntw Torlcj TorlcjTHE TorktTHE TorTHE i
THE NEW KING AND THE CROWN PRINCE Ii
became known An aced woman knelt kneltoa
oa the th wet t and muddy mudd pavement Ufted Uftedup Uftedup Rttdup
up her bud la m supplication and preyed preyedfor
for the repose of the lb soul of the dead deadsovereign dNd8oenlp deadsovereign
sovereign lying b the Ih paUo pelaoaasaxr paUoABIEXT raJao1tXT
ABIEXT 1tXT KIXD1B3 KIXD1B3One vtxDzlaOne UlD UlDOne
One member of tb II Kings family famll who whowat whou bo boy
wat y u not present at t the Ih deathbed was waehit washis u
hit 1 1 daughter the tb Queen of Norway who whotarted whostarted
started for London Friday Frida night and andwill andlltll andwill
will arrive Sunday The Duke of Con Connaught Conaauht Connaught
naught the Ih King Kill brother with I hie hi wife wifewan wifewan Ire
wan 10 alto tan absent The Duchess of If Con Concaught Conoaulbt Connaught
caught arrived at Suet today loda returning returningfrom ntumlnfrom returningfrom < <
from a hunting bun line trip to the Nairobi Irobl country countryAfrit countryAfrlt1l countryAfrica
Africa which was recently II bunted over orerby onrb overby
by b Col KooeerelL KooeerelLMicro HooetYeItIIKED HooeeveltaazeD
Micro AUDIT nOR or TRI im etaAt imAt 1111At
At S oclock In the tk evening < tb the King Kingaked KingekedifdborneWitch I Ibd
aked ekedifdborneWitch bd If hit hi borne Witch of ofthe I ho Air ehadwon ehadwonat had won wonat i I It
at t Kempten Park When Informed that h hlad itIO behad j
had won on the tb King Kia railed gratefully gratefullyWwtrd Itralfullfcl gratefullyFdward
Wwtrd fcl ud ln Insisted itted upon reading allllllihe lh lbe bulletinwhich bulletin bulletinwhlcb blcll tin i
which the doctor had Untied MIl < Six nurses nurtewere nWIHere nurseswere
were ere summon summoned to ice I Kings 1ln bedside bedsideIncluding bedrldej b I
Including Miss Ml 1I Fletcher who ho eared rfll for
him after the operation he iinderwent iinderwentthe
the year of his hi aocettion 1000000t On She wa at atBiarritz atI
I Biarritz during durin hi his lint Dr t attack of brea breachitla bronehitb 1 1chill
chill early rl in March reb She 5h h I i an expert expertIn
In whom all th the doctor attending the IbeKing beKInl I IKing
King place pl Implicit reliance lIlnC The Queen Queenhad Queenhad
had the Ih utmost confidence In Mb MbTelcher Miml MimlFletcher 111 111Flelchr I
Fletcher who bo understood the h Klngtj Klngtjconstitution King Kingconstitution lIII j jCOOltitulion
constitution probably better than any of ofhi orhi ofhis
hi his doctor doctorOlTrTtDIt doctorsrosrrT
rosrrT rOlTrTtDIt oz or nir ntm KIXO KIXOThe gixaThe usoThll
The remarkable fortitude wltb winch winchthe wbleftIbe wbiebthe
the King borehUgravnfllnptiiidiMeribed borehUgravnfllnptiiidiMeribedby bore hi cravt1l11nroaa gave illness idecrib jd rlbfotl rlbfotlb I Iby
by b a high official omelalho who risitxd him on public
business on Friday frlda The Th strong I ir irsonallty r raonallty rIOnalll
aonallty IOnalll which blch characteriiml the Ih Kinswhen Kln Klnbll King Kingwhen
when bll In perfect health waa es no lena 1 marked markedwhen mark markheu marketwhen
when heu hie condition was such M to 0 cause oatiMthe 0 causethe tt ttIh
the Ih doctor the Ih grentmt anxiety anllel This Thltobttrrertald ThllbafIer Thisobsryer
obttrrertald obttrrertaldI bafIer asks asksI Id IdI
I am m told by b per pef1lOnaho persons on who were re preaont preaantat i iat Iat
at the lb palace Thursday that though the theKing theKing I IKine
King was visibly bl no III 1II11tlff that if It were the thecaae he I Icaae Icaae
caae of an ordinary onIln eitlrea hie hi doctor doctorwould doctorollid doctorswould
would barn tent him to bed hi his Majesty Majretydeliberated Majestydeliberated laltTdllbinat
deliberated on matter of elate tat in the thekeenMt theketO thekeeaeet
keenMt ketO manner and eent for persona penonwho pltSOnaho personawho
who ho were concerned respectively in the thet thebual thebusiness
business bual t > under ronaidenitioa These n mat matterwere mtlen mattirewet ¬
terwere len not urgent but the King KingIllteneCed was watnterteted wasinterested
interested In them and did not with them themto
to be delayed
It was well known that the he King fol folowed folIoed telloved
owed all II matter of Ito In the closest cloeestdetail cloa cloadcrtAlI closestdetail
detail and lid It wa sou one of 0 hi his character charactertloe ebaraotertJOI ebaraoterbtin
tin that be b would not be unoccupied unoccupiedIt
It wa wuthlewhldtmafe thl which made mad him aomewhat dUIIaull diffl diffloult dl dlcult
cult from fre the Ih medical point of view yllllo In the theearly lb lbar theearly
early ar ttageeof stages of aa illness 11m lie uuat must work workor ork orkor
or u a ao II altemallre ltemall enjoy himself He Hewould lieollid Heworld
would not be Idle and this account far faril ferhll forhis
his il transacting public butae buslneeenven Joven YPD when whenbe hen henII
II be wu u seriously 01111 HI A great at many public publloomekll publiceAltttlswere
eAltttlswere effirkJ were I summoned lum lOllid tohU 10 his reomdur reomdurtogWtUut room dyr dyrI durhug
togWtUut I hug I bit IMt 10 twodajr twodajrRIOXS dILl dILllito darneloxl
RIOXS lito or STRAIV sTRAI1tthen STRAIVWh aT II AJ II
I Ilion
Wh lion n tide official aw the King Friday Fridaythe FrW i ih
the h King throat showed aha the seriouseKeet serious seriousetfeei
etfeei of oonttaat eodgMeg and there therewere aJtereoutwaniCU therewere
were outward outwaniCU dgs of the strain ift to which wtiiehMa
I I
Ma ayrtoM had been subjected Hh Despite Deantathe Despitethe I l
the d4triteg ekcumstaaoos ewMM however howeverMT henr henrICT
MT WAJWIMSTft W AJWIMS AJWIMSW s Tex It MT ICfat HTs
at 1IrttfIIa 1IrttfIIaAft W a4 s tReeslanvt tReeslanvtrAea
rAea Aft
1
I
We W meet aa Christian men and women womento 01tto
to confider the needs of our poorest our ourweakest OUtweakM ourweakest
weakest and ad moat C8t helpless Stckatta Stckattaaorrow 6I 6Lckntesorrow a aIOtfOW
sorrow and the great hues MUM of life lir and anddeath wd anddeath
death d th level all IJ earthly barrier I art artyou A
you now no nowuChristtastostadforaminute aa ChritUana to toWId aland for a rainuW rainuWin j
1
in Hence and lift up your prayer to God Godfer oj j
for our sovereign 1O llo who 1 Ie hanging at thli thlimoment thhmoment y ymoment
moment between life and death 11 ui uipray wpray usprey
pray prayThe prayTh preyThe
The Th large larj audience rote and after afterJ i iperiod aperiod
period J rlod of iilent prayer joined the Primate Primateof PrlmIof
of All Knglaod inrepratin In the Lord faordaPrayer LordAPrayer LordPnyer
Prayer PrayerThe PnyerThe PrayerThe
The Roman Catholic ArchMihop of ofWeatmintter ofIttminattr ofWestminster
Westminster instructed the clergy of the thlI th theDiocese
I I Diocese of Westminster tmlnater to offer fervee ferveeprayer lerveai j ji
i i prayer for the welfare Ifare of hi his JUjertr JUjertrenjoining 31jHtlnJolIlnr 3lsJetyenjoining
enjoining them on Sunday next after aftithe an anlike afterthe
the principal ma mass to recite the Ih Htaiir Htaiirthat
t that God may mrlTl1lt grant hH hi Majesty aJ8I evergrace ever emrgrare oyerrhieh
grace of whleb be b stand tand In need at thi thimoment Ib IbIfIOftIrnl thmoment
moment of grave rnv anxiety anxietyTue
1111 tJl tRaetc JC OAT
No o aulbenUMv deftenphon of th thew II the theeenes
eenes ew I and taeiduau i at f the deathbat deathb deathbtand
I I at and J t 1M > H I 1lt it liwir of the 1ht1liJn King can ln I > oH nhtalnei oHtate 0 0IAIfIId
tate IAIfIId d FaKewjns l ta a story 01 of the tr crag tragoI cragday Rji Rjij
j I day n as teen Oft from within the palace palaceforty palateFsrty I Iarty
forty in the I uutrnutz 1J tIt the oharacteriiUa oharacteriiUaair ohs racteriUe racteriUeair I IInlr
air of ciiiet activity had given place pl pllMy to tobiioy inbitey
biioy anxiety RI Tbe royal servant me meenger m mnit
n
enger nit and nd telegrapher were re working workiaeat work I Iat
at the I highest hilCh t pressure sending an ant anctl1 antreceiving < l lreviving
reviving l1 lnlt messages to and rd from all par pareof parof parf
of f the Iheorfd world Telegram T ltran of sympathy lympatkyand rm tkT
and 1 Inq inquiry + Nry came from almost every everyforeign ner nerfervijttJ everyfenign
foreign Government and from donror dozens donr1of
of illustrious 1I lrIl1n and notable foreign pr perMpage plr1MItI
1MItI
Th The palace offleiali unle la were WII too lure IHWrr r l lreceiving
rr noet receiving eivirig them to be able Ie to menlioi menlioithe mffl O
1
the It mndeni ndto by b name Immediately 01 01arriving 0 ofarming I t trrivjnJ
arriving at the palace pala I ho h Prince of oftfalea
j
1 Wale made hi his way to th the anlerooa anlerooaadjoining anterooadjolnlna
adjoining hi his father rat chamber wh whet whetice h t T Tbe 1
r
be va mad aware aWl by Dr Reid of the Ih
i ftI4ult of tie diagnosis flat hid h d Just JustLuken ju t ttaken i I Ipi
Luken taken place pi He wa was greatly surprised surprisedand urprUedand utltlHdI
I and distressed lil at the > new n havlqg hoped hopedto
to find the King better He pent tome tometime
time in the sick chaml chamber > er r it itself IbMlfThe itselfThe lf lfTbe 1 I
The Que Queen n also comforted the King and andarlenrard andafterward d dafterward
afterward with Itb the Prince lr1n of Wales Wal and andPrinote aDdPrlDIe andPrincess
Princess Victoria retired tirecl to a room n near DfUb nearby r rby
by b where they ap pent nt the th greater part of ofthe orbe ofthe
the be morning waiting for a more tavorabV tavorabVturn rorbIUln favorabttturn
turn of avraU 810 and discussing matters aatuirwith lIlatt4t1lIIb matterswith
with IIb the tb phyaletan
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Iq a the view vl 18 w of these th gentlemen It Ithlhly w whighly was washighly
highly expedient that oa much rest and andquiet aadquiet andquiet
quiet a as possible p Mlb b be < afforded to the th1feir th1feirIlIAD steit steitman la laman
man For this reason hi hi dearest rebiUve ntrtIh meta metaLiras
Liras Ih suppressed their eatural desire deirto desireto
to remain la eonataat att attendance ndano > at bi bibedtMe hl hlbedald hisbedside
bedside N Nevertheless < they th were wereat ete eteat clasp claspat
at hand and andwere dere were joined In the course eouranof eou eouI coursewt
j I of the day by b Prince Cbriatlan OIrlatlaDrrt tfce tfcePriaeeM tic ticPrioress
Prioress rrt EfoII of Wales the lb Princess Ptia Royal Royalaad Ite Itet Royaln
t I aad the Duke of Fife Prince Louise Loubeluehe y
luehe of Argyll and qd Prince Pri ce Franei Franeif Fran Franr
f Tech Th Prince and PrbeeWAIfII Prince of ofWale f fValea
Wale took a batty hut luncheon with th thgtieea 1M 1MQUItMl thetrueea
gtieea TM Th Princess PrifI M of Wale after afterward aMMrd afterward ¬
ward rd returned rotW1tf > d to Marlborough herou Heat RowAll HeatAB
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