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Justice Stafford Pa Pays Glow Glowing G1owing ¬
ing Tribute to Lincoln LincolnBESCBIBES 1incomDESCRIBES LincolnDESCRIBES
Before Befo a I Large > arKe GatherIng atlterln in Inthe IntheMaon1c the theMasonic thefasonJc
Masonic Temple He Tell How a aLotrborn aLowborn flLowborn
Lowborn Child Was Molded MoldedInto JloldedInto MoldedInio
Into the Greatest Ruler ol 0 Men 3Ienthe Jlenthe Menthe
the World WorldIfai HB Baa Ever Seen SeenIB SeenJ SeenIn SeenIn
In vivid vt weed ptetaras the t e life of ofAbraham eAbnham eCAbrahan
Abraham Linconi was given frem ate atebirth hisbirth bbsbirth
birth to tbe t e time of o sis assassination In Inthe Intbe inthe
the old Ford F ni Theater by Jnsttea W WeD WeideM WeideMPhillips nfieM nfieMPhillips eK eKPhUUps
Phillips Stafford S onI of f the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof cowtof
of the District before a large J gathering gatheringin g gtn
in New NewU Masonic Temple yesterday yeStt r d after afternoon attetnoon itr itrnOJn ¬
noon noonStep noonStep nOJnStep
Step by b step as he Meed stoe a aboy halfclad halfcladboy 1IaCeJa41hay
boy in I the red re flare ie of t his pine torch torchreading torc torcreacMng tockreading
reading from his Is mothers Bfcte as a alonglimbed aong1imbed aonglimbed
longlimbed boatman too Us raHhewer and andis aMUte zids
is s the ragged htwyer tao tJteth tb J jurist rist told of ofthe Stth
the th lif Me e of tM gcent Prdsidant ending endingwith eRftIagwith esdiagwith
with a gtewias oology oologyHe euleS7H >
He H said in part partThe MirlTb partTho
The time is is holy It belongs heIoIt to t 111 111and e eadtolOO a ary
ry a and adtolOO adtolOOA d to love loveA leven
n A hundred years ago the man a was wasborn washOrn wSborn
born whose name is mwMfc nisc hi all hearts heartsi kesrtsat
i bat at love their country 17 or their kind kindToday kIIMIroda kkdToday
Today we think oC all that t came to topass topass topass
pass between a his birth of penery Py and his his4eath d1eath bEleath
4eath of pain We W see Ms poor leg logcabin legcabin legaNn
cabin in tbe cfearing where his eyes eyesmet first firstmet rst rstmet
met the light of day dayAnd da7OlAnd dayAnd
OlAnd And then we see that fated room in inTenth mTenth laTenth
Tenth street where hands shaking with withhorror WtdIhorror wttlihorror
horror hare brought him m Sa 1 to die We Wesee 1esee Weee
see ee It t crowded with officers of state StUe and andn adfl
n the first deep husk of death d Ul we w hear hearhe hearhe ear earsoJemR
he soioms words ds of Siaaton TCow w w he heielongs beeloog
1 ielongs IODgs to the ages agesWhat besWhnt acesWhat
What Inspired Html KlmlAnd IHm1Aci HtmlA1
And then we ask How Ho io1 did he e cone coneo eeIa8bt ceebe
o ber bt What were lIVer the forces that took tookp teekcop tookup
cop up p that lowhorn cbttd ami lid as wfth wfthplastic wftkrlas wftizplastic
plastic rlas angers oSrs molded atm itc into lat the gree greert grMt grMtrtder groott
rt t ruler Of men en the wertd has ew ev seenr seenrFor seen seeaF seenTtr
For F T what is it to conquer kingdoms kingdomsand khQmond liUIiS liUIiSand
and nd compel roameI the wills of me s OIl to yield to toyours toOUN toyoors
yours OUN What is t that to the thfcts be did didwinning did1dnDf didwinning
winning 1dnDf the reason Del ad the heart of ofnillkma ofnllllODtt o on11llon
nillkma untiL as the meek elk fleck follows followsthe tollowsh tOIIOWShe
the h he faithful shepherd the natto uo was wasready waseacl wwseady
ready eacl to t follow hh h > rad and stag into intolie latehe Intothe
the lie valley of the shadow dOw of death fear fearng tearngo fearng
ng no evil evBHow evilHowdW evilHowdid
How HowdW did be come w we ask And Aa the theqti theI
1 qti tlfStiOned stSoned years yenr answer us in pictures picturesThey pletwasTh picturesThey
They Th y show us a halfdad bey in the thed theld thed
ld d flare of his pine torch reading reaGblgpain reaGblgpaintl1y readthgplncut1y pata pataully
cut1y ully speiang out the pages pa of Us btsI btsrnWM hoc borrowed hocS hocrWd ¬
rowed book W Wo look asaw anin and aas BOW BOWthere 1IOWt oW oWt
there t h hr r is ts a tall young woodaman driving drivingthe h1atthe drIvingthe
the shivering wedges into the walnut walnutT logs logsor logur
or T meeting m t the hast muscle uu cbe of the prairie prairien
n th > wrestlers wrestJersrt wrestlersring wrestlersringThe ring ringThe
The scene chances c and now we are arewatching arelat areWatehtn
watching lat Watehtn < bin a Ioag4hnbed l ed boatman on I the thev theof
I v > f > m of a mighty t river piloting his 1IIsunsainly flat flatungainly lltungainly
ungainly craft ft through golden o4den days 75 aad andunder aadmder aadmder
mder the aWl stars stars more than a thou thousand tiMMIBneI thousanil ¬
sand miles mI to market mark We He ee him h1 waa waarlerins WMrifrin Wunrlerthg
rlerins rifrin in the Crescent eeat City of the far farfar farfar far4ar
far South 8 uth h We flu him leanIng m ta the tbeornr the8TMr themet
ornr met if Ute auction place J where toeea toeeaMing beIDtl1in tronbling
Ming tl1in families are bought and sold oid H PIhantt vo voh1fl4 e ehan
han hantt t is torn from wife wife mother from fromhlM f1OlllhiM fromhI14
> hiM before hs eyes es We mark JDarke JDarkep the thesp theanguish
sp p > e < hl ss anguish furrowtoe Ms Wst lace as asth s sth
t th h < > full meaning of Ute brntal system systemsinks I5inks systc n nsinks
sinks late his soot sootAgaia seaLAgaIB uL uLAgatu
Agaia Ute scene cbangee and now > he hes
s at itenw among hh > nefghhors Betghhwshis taking takinghis takinghs
his kinl kir part hi all their plain afinirs afinirsWe aIiarsW antpsWe
We W hear tbeir jokes their stories Ie thir thirtebates dNirkbate thokbatea
tebates batea We W follow as they take him h hn us usn tip tipn
n proud and loving g bands and path him hhnout 1dmOilt himout
out into th the wand wwW their cbantaiOM aad aadNow aadfadtr oadlcader
Studleg dJex Law LawXow LawNow
Now he is Mudybog C dytog g law With clear dearyes clearHes clearves
Hes yes and unapoOed bram he is mastering
1 the he few great beaks oeoies 108 mat tJIat IIGIcI now d ins I8 gar garired garl garred
ired l red wisdom of the race We see him histponder himpondtr hbaponder
ponder earnestly and long taoehabie te4I MiI MiIa HM HMa sna
a crild < Li1d iI open as the day lendtill m Ia ove ovewith Mewith ocewith
with what te right rightHe tHe rightHe
He is standing vp m Ia court ctIUr1 emw deCeJdmg deCeJdmgThe 4efe4IIDgthe detedlegthe
The cause bei gave g eIds ate heart to We see seerue Hethe seethQ
rue revehuion r Jon come thai aM he Is wrong wroogHis WIOItgHIs wrongHts
His Hlent ha bat deceived hfcn The TJteeSi case is isrotten Isottfn Isrotten
rotten at the core His huge ge strength strengthfails tr Strengthfans Ditb Ditb2lS
fails 2lS We eee ee him stak nk Into bbs clinic cbahrand ciIatrand clinicand
and hang his bead unable to contend contendagainst ceateadagaiust contendagaisat
against the truth truthWe truthe truthWe
We e watch him as he goes along tile tbestreet tilestT thetrt
street stT t awkward fttclad a laa laughpro laughprovoktng bpro bprovoking Ko Kooktn
voking oktn taaghterhHrteg JlLDgbterleft giant PlDt with the tbeshadow theshadow theShadOW
shadow of f aU hkasa h sorrow haaatiag ttag bis bisdeep lIIsdeep s sdeep
deep eyes Old Abe old honeot Abe Abewe AH AHvoe Jbee
we e hear men say and something semethtagto stems stemsto seemsft
to ft ratrh Ia kh us m In the throat throatOnce tImMne throatOiwe
Once ne more the tI scene changes and now nowwe DeWf newwe
we f see this rawboned hewer of fence fencerails teacea1s fenceras
rails a1s this ringmaster rta master of rude country countrywit eouatrytt countrywt
wit and sport the center of tea thousand thousandearnest tIIousan4fUftftlt thousandarnvt
earnest faces where be is matching him htmself himIr buncir
self Ir against Ute most powerful peweer debater dobaierof d debaterof erDf
of his time timeWe timeWf timer
We r see hh lila hold his own We hear hearMS rhs bearg
MS g statement of e tbe question clear as asday 35lia asday
day lia th laugh that greets the aasaswer aasaswerable 1IIID5wer3blf unenswerablP
able story the reasoe rea that gee es O home hometo homeerry
to 1 every f raut heart We feel Ute Utemaj Kabowad Kabowadmajesty uebenndmajesty
majesty maj ty of manhood a q the towering toweringform t towering4rm we ag agrn1
form 4rm rn1 is lifted with the inspiration of his hislofty Wsofty hisofty
ofty theme themeThe theh themeThe
The h eyes of o the nation are upon PH him hnnr hintnw
r nw > w The plain folk are beginning beciaD to tounderstand tound tornderst4
understand und himthey htIIt leJ are taking the theTrue therue theTue
True rue measure of th the man With Ute do doliberate diberate
liberate 1 bt rate emphasis of o fate we hear ear him htmsay JWaEa himsay
say Ea A house hou divided against agaJ t itself can cannot caDTlot canTrnt ¬
not siand iand This nation cannot endure endtirepermaently eD endurepermanentLy
permanentLy bait sieve Ye and half free freeOnce 1IeeOnee freeOnce
Once more we fobew as the common cotnatonpeople cemmGIIPf commonpeope
people Pf lift hIm hbn high in I proud nil nilandfl levin levinhand loving lovinganda
hand andfl preeiaiaqng pr g him their UMircW1 cbanaioa chapboeand cbanaioaand Ioa Ioaand
and leader leaderFaces JeaderFnce lenderPaces
Faces Other Problems ProblemaiThey ProblemsThpy ProblemsThey
They have ave placed him in I the Presiden Presidential Presk1eatiaI Preskiential ¬
tial chair Heaven Ha help Mm now for he heIf heIs e ef1
If wrestling wreMli g with problems the darkest darkestan darkestari
a ari an ll l most dangerous soldier or statesman statesmanever statesmaafT statezmaaerer
ever fT bad to t solve solveTntramed soIftTntralae4 solveUntraIned
UntraIned lit vmryet war 1tr yet et set amidst the thegreatest thegTfOatest thegreatest
greatest civil war the world woi has 1a known knownand knownand
and charged with its suppport and andguidance aDdgnld andg11Idee
guidance gnld nce We see him coBtedteg COIIWi tag with withaatred
hatred and deceit in foreign councils councilswith C4H1RCtlSwit ceincJIswith
with wit h confusion in the Congress Con ess whh Jeal Jealousy jeatousy joalousy ¬
ousy In the Cabinet with weakness w weakze and
I felly t 1ylntJte in lathe line field with plots pl tb and an sidcOuflttr sidcOuflttrpti couhtfer couhtferipfcta cou t tpltt
ipfcta pltt on every eVetbttfld bond bonding under un er such sucha
a fetd t of > f grief if and care relS as foxvhve fcwh fow Itae ve erer ererborne Ibonte eserborne
borne bornerTFc borne4Wc
rTFc e haft him as h he oomes f OCS triyraphant triyraphantout
out of all and even Q then while wbb he is isgaiheriag ISi Isgathering
1000t gathering i herln North and South outh like two twoaethwo two41Mtltwotlnded twodeathwounded
41Mtltwotlnded aethwo nded sons into Ms t t loving to lng arms armswe armswe atntswe
we see his head Ilea fall forward f nard on his hisbreast hisbreast hisbreast
breast The victim has beeen b een offered up upi Up UptIt upthe
i tIt great sr t kind Hfe is closed closedThe closetThe 1oseclTile
The years ears are true That was the theroad theread theread
read he came hy 11 those were the forces forcesthat rorC8IJfaskionoo forcesthat
that fashioned the strong nature for its itsfearful itsfeu ftsfearful
fearful feu task But is that aft The same sameroad samelINI4t sameroad
road was traveled tTa ed by his fellows the thegome tiletlMe theeame
gome forces orees were at vrk brk on them yH Baw Bawdid w wdtt wdill
dill It eomQ to pass there was no other otherHko otherJlkeJIIM otherlike
like JlkeJIIM JlkeJIIMThe him himTbe hintTbe
Tbe secret of bIB coming still remains remainsunsolved remainsu remainsunsolved
unsolved u s lvENI When ft6AaU hn all is pondered toe we can canonly caJ10IIi7 canonly
only say that out of tbo eternal depths depthsOvbaingr dep depthsu h3
0 Ovbaingr being tat gave ve5 jus s Alfred Milton MiltonCcwnweH MUtonf Miltonomwei1
f CcwnweH omwei1 Washington ha ata > came In Inanswer Jf ij ijanswer
i answer aJi er to our need needJlarTel needMarvel j jMarvel
Marvel nt III IRIs Power PovrerilTea PowerI PowerMe
I ilTea Mea Me marvel at tbe po poier r with which whichhe wblelie whiChhe
he spoke but Ute reason reas R is as obvious as astbe astile asthe
tile Sttaunor or s sea a His speech had the thetost t theItset e e1Iftt
tost Quality of greataess greataesJt t was true It Ithad Itbad Itlad
had the second quality Dty of greatness greatnesslt greatnessltWM it itwas
was clear It had > the third thtid quality 1Ia1lb of ofgrefeinese orr ofgritnes
r grefeinese bJeiItIIS1t It was earnest The three threegraces threegraees threegraces
graces of eloquence are these t e and sis sister SlS SlSter Sinicr ¬
ter they ba1Ie nave none noneUearaess JIOR JIORS6 none noneOearnesn
Uearaess S6 and truth go naked but butearnestness But9CUJtMtJteIS hutearuestuenS
earnestness puts on the rainbow robe r tJe of ofimagination ofUoA ofhegluatloii
imagination UoA When feeling is intense intensedbthos iRt R It Itd ftdthe
dbthos d dthe itself in figures So it was with withhfca wltb11Im sithhkn
hfca In moments 15 of profound eood emotion emotionbe IIIOtIoalie Joa Joabe
be had tbe tl gift of tongues t and uttered utteredhimself utt uttJdMself utterpd utterpdhINtseIf
himself in parables es Once l Ir the si speech apeecllat eech eechrspringneld
at rspringneld Swtugileld once ht each eA < h of the luau mausurals mau mautUlaJe luauguiJe i
surals and once upon the battlefleld of ofQettyaburs fGettyelJarg ofGettysburg i
Gettysburg he roe 1O > to the sublime plane planeof JIaJNoot plea pleaof I
of Hebrew Scripture lpt1lre and sppke for all ailtime alltIlDe alldme
time as the inspired prophet et of his people peopleMost pMpkWOd peopleMost I
Most wonderful WOd most moSt fortunate of ofmen off ofmen
f men you saved a nation and you freed freeda
a a race God put the u pea into your band handaad banducIMki bandand i
and ucIMki said Strike out of this peoples peopleslaw peopI peopleslaw s sIIlw
law that foul word Slavery and write writeInstead Tite TitelItsed iite iiteinstead
Instead tbe word whose every ev rJ fetter is Issaa a ason asea i
son L8tert7 Liberty And you obeyed Him HhnAil HimAU HintAll t
Ail hearts shall hold you dear AH AHtongoes Antonr1Ies AUtongues
tongues shall can you blessed ADd AadwhBe ADdwillie Andw1dbe
willie the mighty JIIIPt prairies that gave you youto youto youto
to the nation shall s unroll for r the gtad gtadeyes gtadqes gladeyes
eyes of men the green of seedtime and aadtfae aD4It andthe
the t harvest gold your memory Bull not notfall DotIdl notfall
fall but millions of year countrymen countrymentwin IQtrymeasay <
twin say as we ray now Thank God Godfi GGin Godfhr I
fi n r our great Lincoln LincolnHEBEE IcobIHEBREWS LincolnEEBREWS
Rev Abram Simon Delivers Address Addresson ildreuon
on Lincolns 1 lncoln Life LifeSenrIus LifeServices
Services appropriate to the occasion of ofthe Gdie ofthe
the centennial of the birth of Lincoln Lincolnwere Llac8IRwere Lincolnwere
were held by y the Washington Was tnbloR Hebrew HebrewCongregation HewCcMI HebrewCongregation
Congregation CcMI epUoa test evening at the Eighth EighthStreet Blg gbth gbthStreet tJa tJaStreet
Street StreetOla Temple TempleOwing TempleOwing
Owing Ola to sickness Rev John W Van VanScbalck VaaSe1IaJdc VanSebaleic
Scbalck who was to have bav delivered dell erM an anaddress ana anaddress
a address was unable We to attend and Rabbi HabbuAbram j jAbram
Abram Simon responded fspO ed paying high hightribute btghtriIMIte hightribute
tribute in glowing pe terms to the memory memoryof Dlemoryr memoryof
of tIN Great Gr t Smaneipator making tot al allasiOB ai ail I Iboon
boon l as to what w U would happen If Lin Lincola LlneGIn Uncola I
cola were on earth at the present day daySpecial daySpecial daySpecial I
Special music was given by a mixed mixedquartet mlx mlxrtet mixedquartet i
quartet eompoeed of Mrs In W H H SMr SMrCiiff SbkCIUt ShicCliff I
Cliff soprano Miss tss Florence Berabefener Berabefeneralto BernhellReralto Berabommeralto
alto Jolla H Nolan bass and M Yo Hemy HemyStevens HeMYSteY HenryStevens
Stevens SteY 5 tenor t lKK with organ accompani accompaniment MCOIDpudmeat aecom aecommeet ¬
APPROVAL OF TAFT TAFTContinued TAFTContinued TAFTContinued
Continued front Pare One Onepromineat OneprOllllDeBt Oneprominent
prominent part unless I bad the oppor opportunity OPPDrt1adt1 Opportank ¬
tunity tank of meeting 1D6t lid fld speaking to tI yea yenI
I 1 I am aartfcalaair glad to be here under underthe er ertIM I
tIM auspices of Ute Colored Y M Y C C A AI AI AI
I believe that this association i8tloD both white whiteaad whiteceIore whitegad
gad colored has been a great iaatroraen iaatroraentsttty blatrumet Instrumontallt3
tsttty t m lit o our r city commanides In keeping keepingyona keepiggyouag heapingyoung
yona young men on tbe straight path of recti rectitude recUhide reef reeftoo ¬
hide too and virtue virtaeI YirtueMJ
MJ I am going g to be the President of all allthe allUte allthe
the people At this poiat there wore woreHumorous wereaats worenumerous
Humorous comments aats of thats right and aadamen aMf1OlR andamen
amen from an parts of the park parkYou PMkYea izkYog
You are Americans A SAd as a part partof Metat partSt
of tile American people you are happy happyaad happyand PPT PPTaacl
and contented eaetnnte I beard ani Rev Mr Walker Walkera
a member of your race In Augusta Au ex exareee ctIIMS axprom I
areee the f eeKags of an of you eu when he hesaid lieSIII4 hesold
said that you 7 knew 1at w of no better Detterpbtee Detterpbteethaa place phwethan placethan
than Ute Sooth this side of glory i
Create crcateJl Unpleasant Situation SituationSaantei SituationSh
Saantei Sh t L 1 GIlmore city attorney and aada
a nommoe for Congress to fin a vacancy vacancycreated YaCBtfttetl vacancycreated
created an unpleasant situation for Mr MrTart MrTaft MrTaft
Taft by making a strong antinegro antinegrospeech aatiRgrospeeeb antinegrospeech
speech quoting Lincoln ta support of efhis ofIds ofhis
his contention that the white man and aadbtock aJMIblack andblack
black man could never be socially equal equalMr equaLXr equalMr
Mr Taft sat through the speech with aa aaexpresetonleee aae anexpresoloniesa
expresetonleee e face and took no notice noticeof DOtkeof noticeof
of Otimere even when the lattar art Iatte turned turnedtoward tamedt9wanl turnedtwatd
toward blat and eulogized his career careerMr careerMr careerMr
Mr Tan spoke on tbe Panama Canal Canalcomparin CaaJ CaaJthe GanalcomparIng
comparIng the lock with tbe sealevel sealeveltype seale9eitype sonleveltype
type He reiterated the statement stat llleat made madeby JII8Atet madeby
by him the other day that be lode JockwiQ type typewin typewill
win be noshed to t completion and that thatbias thatIIbIp6 thatwill
IIbIp6 bias will be pessag p8S through it from fromthe mtM fromas
the Atlantic to the Padae before b Jair Jairaary JaaIIU7 Jauenryl
aary enryl 1 1 ma maTaknhirn tiTaknltira
Taknhirn Speak at Peoria PeorlaFeorla PeorlnPeoria PeoriaPeoria
Peoria HL DL Felt J2AVIth 12 With m banquet bamioeters t ten
ers assembled beneath a canopy CABOp of en entwined eAtwiItfMl entwined
twined and intermingled Stars and Stripes Stripesand StripesBel Stripesand
and the sun flag of Japan Kogoro Talca Talcahfca Talal1aIra Thicaburn
burn Japanese Ja Ambassador A or to the United UnitedState UnitedStatc t7nltedStato
State Statc was wa tonIght oW ODe on of th the promi prominent pro proJlmt peomineat ¬
neat gueata of honor 1 at the Creve Ceear CeearClubs 0tMrClubs CeourClubs
Clubs banquet quet Charles Magoon late JatebOves lategovernor lategovernor
governor bOves lICK of Cuba Carts Cart s Guild jr gov governor SGverner gorarmor ¬
armor of Massachusetts Mase chusetts and Prof Jobs JobsClark JobuClBrk JohnClark
Clark Freeman were the other speakers speakersof
of the evening Ambassador Takahira Takahirawas TaJ Takubirawas Jdrawas
I was enthusiastically received In his ad address addreas d ddre ¬
dress s be gave e a brilliant eulogy on the thelife t thelife e ele
life of the great Emancipator from a for foreign tereIgJl forolga ¬
eign point of view viewSenate viewSenate viewSenate
Senate Adjourns at Raleigh RaleighRaleigh RaleihRaJeish RaleighRaleigh
I Raleigh N C Co Fob 12The North Car Carolina Carel Oarnina ¬
nina el senate today adjo adoupjpd ra d In honor of oftbe DCthe ofthe
the memory of Lincoln There Th were no noeulogistic 30eaJogistk noeulogistic
eulogistic speeches a simple motion being beingthat beiagthat beingthat
that when the senate S adjourn it do so soin 59Ia soIa
Ia in honor of the memory of Abraham AbrahamLincoln ADrahamLIRcoIn AbrabamLincoln
Lincoln Adjournment was as not taken till tilltbe tlBthe tillthe
the executive work of the day was com completed COIBIIeted cornpioted ¬
pleted at 299 2 oclock The house by over oversight oversight ¬
sight or otherwise failed to take similar similaraction simllaracUoR similarnotio
action notio
Dr Charles Wood as Orator OratorMdrristewn OralorMorrIstown
Mdrristewn N J Feb 12 1 12Morris 12Morristowns Morrfs Morrfstowns Ierrlstowns
towns odal celebration of the cente centenary cantonary ¬
nary of the birth of Lincoln took place pfaceht placehi
ht tbeFirst t the First Presbyterian Church this thisevening tJdsev thisevening I
evening ev Di The oration on Abraham IAn Lincoln IAncoin Uncoin ¬
coin was delivered d vend by Rev Charles Cba es Wood WoodD WOOdt
D t D of Washington
70 o Years YearsTwim with Coughs CoughsWe
We have haa seventy years of o experience with Ayers AvertsCherry AyersCherry AyersCherry
Cherry Pectoral That makes us have great con confidence confidence confidence ¬
fidence in it for coughs colds bronchitis weak throats throatsand throatsand throatsand
and weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experi experience eXperience experience ¬
ence he has had with it it He knows Keep in close closetouch closetouch closetouch
touch with your family physician No alcohol in inthis inthis inthis
this cough medicine JJZAytrCo J AyuCoLoUJelIJM JtAyCoLowdlMbe LowdlMass LowdlMassBe S SBe
Be weK be strong You Y Yoncannotif oucannot cannot if your bowels bowelsareconstipated are constipated The Thebestlaxative best bestlaxative laxative is isAytrs isAyrs isAyrs
Ayrs Pflls PiI PiltsaI all vegetable Ask your our doctor if he agrees with us t Do as he says saS
4 r
Thomas Nelson N e1son PageDeclares PageDeclaresLincoln PageDecl PageBechiresLincoln r rLincoln
Lincoln Preserved Preserv Union UnionTEHS UnionTELLSWJIAT flnionTELlS
Famous Author Say Says the Martyred JIArtyredPresident MartyredPresident MartyredPresident
President IK Surpassed in Ameri American Amedcnn Anierlcan ¬
can History Only by b Washington WnablngtouJlncoln WashingtonLincoln WashingtonLincoln
Lincoln Stnndu Preeminent n 111 zs the theMan tile3lan theMnn
Man 3lan Who o Saved the Ration RationThe iatIonThe NatlouThe
The great gathering at Masonic Temple Templewiden Templewhlek Templewhich
widen included a number of Confederate Confederateveterans CDJ1fede Canfedeteveterans te teveteraAS
veterans eathttsiastlcjy ootlt entliustestleSkY l stk applauded the theaddress theaddress theaddros
address addros delivered by b Thomas Nelson NelsonPage NelsonPage NelsonPage
Page The famous Southern writer wrltersioko wrltersiokofrom spoke spokefrom spokerom
from the t e standpoint of the people peopleot of his hissection hIsI hisof
I section of the country and the tribute he hepaid hepaid hepaid
paid to Lincoln was the more impressive impressivefor
II for r that reason sellHe reasonH i iHe
He H said bo accepted 8IKed the invitation to tospeak toM tospook
speak oa the condition that he should sMuldrefer sbuIdrefer j jrefer
refer to Lincoln Just tst as be believed WII belIevpd with withtbe withae withthe
the pria privilege ga of mentioning the bad If Ifany ItbY 11any
any with the good EXCept XCOpt that be did didnot didBOt didnet
not bold Lmeela Lle ° 1n greater great l than t Washing Washington WshingLou V 5Iring 5Iringi ¬
ton Mr Pages es eulogy was 2 glowing one oneHe onei oneHe
He said ia Is part partI
I have bad the great honor done roe roeto meto insto
to be asked aak as a Southern SoIth rn man to speak speaken speakI speakOR
en this notable eccaolon to e celebrate ebrate te here herein here111ft hereIn
in the Capital of tile nation R where he hearhteved hehIMed heachieved
111ft achieved hIMed his hl great and abiding fame am the thecentennial thei thecentennial
centennial eate alal of the birth of the man who whomore whothan whomore
more than any aD other man or group of ofatea ofDell Ofmen
Dell saved the nation nationI
r I assume that t the invitation was ex extended ext cxtended ¬
tended as It was accepted with the un understanding unerstaadlng usderstanding ¬
derstanding that what I shall say shall shallbe shanbe shallbe
be what I really believe bt ve and what tbe tbeSouth tbeSouQt theSoufic
South realty believes M ev88 and not the reflec reflection reflection rollectIo ¬
tion tIo of some other persons 1s opinion or the theopinion tileoPlDioA theopinion
opinion of many other persons personsTbe per personsThe ns
The fact that a Southern man can be beasked beMke4 bea
asked a ked and can accept the t invitatioa Invitatloji to do dothis doI dothis
this is a proof that the nation was w saved savedBloat savedost savedMost
Bloat ost Reviled in World WorldIn UorldIn WorldIn
In my M boyhood rHo < the man whose birth birthwe birthwe birthWe
we are celebrating ebrtlag today was the best besthated oost1ate4 besthated
hated ad the raost Df05t reviled ed man that I Iknew 1kaW Iknew
knew of in the world And this hatred hatredwas hatredwas hatredwas
was not confined to the South but was wasif wast wasif
if possible quite as bitter te the North NorthWhile NorthWbUe NorthWhile
While the South had some cause for forbittornees forblttenieS6 forbitternese
bittornees at the time UtDe timesome some e reason r reasonIts for forits or orIits
Iits its hatred in the fact of invasion and andw andf8r andr
f8r w r of which eh he was the titular repre representative fopreHatUV6aDd reproeetat1vead ¬
HatUV6aDd sentative aad while the South was by byreason byreuoa byresasa
reason of Ute war Ignorant of the vast vastbreadth vastbrlilMlUt vastbreadth
breadth of his views and the humanity humanityof
of his heart heart no such excuse could d be beurged bewged beurged
urged for Of those who of his own faith and andhousehold andht8 andhousehold
ht8 household abold as it were were bated him with a aranoor araaeot arancor
rancor which declared him publicly a agrtter nI agreater
greater r enemy of the Union than Jefer Jefferson JeferI Jefersee ¬
son Davis lM1Ii DavisThat DavisThat
That hostility to his memory emory still ex exists exI oxisis ¬
isis hi some measure Jlle mlle among go a certain certainelement certameIeme certainelement
element m in the South South and a vary honest 1tORestpatri honestpitriOtic j jpatriotic
patriotic tJto and Wshmtoded tD6efl element at atthat atthat atthat
that should be frankly admitted aad aadmay aadDe andmay
may be credited partly simply to himnaa 1 tmaatu human humannature I Inature
nature tu which te about tne same the theworld tileworIc1 Useworld
world over and partly to absence of ofknowledge ofbowledse ofknowledge
knowledge of the real Ltecotn LtecotnHostility LI8coIaJOtltUU UscoinHostility
Hostility JOtltUU Dying nIn Out OutThai OatFW OutThat
Thai That this hostility is dyta dying oat eMIt and andthat andI8tt andthat
that it Is destined to die out completely completelyte
te Is I believe as undeniable as its present presentmodified presenteDst8lKe presentmodied
modified existence And I make so bold boldas bolda8 boldno
as to say that that in my humble Judgment JudgmentIts JudgmeiitIts t tI
Its compete complete e effaeemeat e < aeemeat will not be due dueto dueto dueto
to any advantage wUfcfc ttlae the Sotttti onth may mayderive mayI maydtvu
derive tat the future from a restored Union Unionexcept UnIOnDept Unionexuept
I except as this may justify Lincolns win wisdom Wls WlsI windent
dom but I rather to aa understanding of ofhis orhis ofhis
his catholicity of feeling f and his abso absoUtteiyansecdeaal absnlteIy absoIateIybnsectienal
Utteiyansecdeaal lteIy Wl3eetlHaI seotfaaeat se tteAt for f the whole wholepeople wholepeople wholepeopl
people of the country For Lincolns l cobfs pas passion passlim j jsfon
slim was Was for the Union He has been beencre beencredited I Icredited
credited tted and perhaps always will 111 be becredited beeredlted becredited
credited with the two great works of ofhaving ofhaving I
having destroyed slavery and saved the theUnion UteUDIGa theUnion
Union and yet standing here today with withevery witheyeY withevery
every desire to accord him every honor honorthat honorthat honorthat
that truth can tender to Us memory memor I IC8JIII IcaaLent
cannot find a In the facts Of f history the thefoundation tilefCRlDdatJon thefdatlost
foundation for the first firstThat ratrlat flrstTht
That be was opposed to slavery Is IsTOaostioaably Is1MStIOeAhIY isunquestionably
unquestionably true as also that he e earn
eetly eet r desired its destruction and strove stroveas stroveas stroveas
as far as 45 he might lawfully to put aa aaaad aatHme anend
end to it tHme some ocea v a think he h went far farbeyond tarwbt farbeyond
beyond what the law W allowed in this thisdine thindirection
direction dine Bat t the tb credit lt for Its destruc destruction destrUetIoR dostrttctiosi ¬ j
tion most be distributed through many manyyears JII8 JII87e8rS ninnyyears
years and to many men meaS some of them themfar themfar
far more zealous ad iaabteat lll t workers workersthan wwkersthaa workersthan
than the author of the Emancipation EmancipationProdamatfe ElMndpaUoftProclamatioL EmsoelpationProclamation
Proclamation ProdamatfeTo ProclamationTo
To o the ultra 1tra and Jutraeta intractable e aboli abolitionists abGlItJocdsts abolitionists ¬
tionists ones hated as roundly at the theNorth theorUa theNorth
North orUa as at the South as disturbers of ofthe oru ofthe
the public itub peace and chief among amo them themto themto themto
to a a woman W8IDatI mast be accredited the abel abolition aboUOII abellion ¬
lion of o slavery at the time ad by the themethod themetilod themethod
method adopted with whatever of weal wealor wealor wealor
or woe was connected with it or cease coassjieat amsatIfi ceasetsentupoaIt
jieat tsentupoaIt tsentupoaItLincoln upon it itLincoln ItLincoln
Lincoln an Instrument InstrumentMr IILlltrumentHMr TnatrnmentMr
HMr Mr Lincoln was bet an instrument instrumentperforming iastnlmantpe instrumentperforming
performing pe orJlllag the function made possible by bytheir bytheir bytbdt
their work Aad whatever the final con conseoaeace conS conseqnence
seoaeace S of Ute PresidentIal Preel GD proclama proclamation prodamatIoB proclunaflea ¬
flea Its actual immediate effect was not nottile notthe
tile emancipation of a single te slave for in inexpress Inexpe5S inexpress
express terms it accepted from its provi provision prolsIoR provisioa ¬
sion every rood of territory terrltA ry > under the thecontrol theco thecontrol
control co trot of the Federal goveranint gOVerA l 1t and andarmies andwmIe andarm
armies wmIet arm armBut But t hi the other work the preserva preservation preservatiOR presersatiot ¬
tion of the Union Lincoln stands su supreme supreme
preme not only unequaled and a M unrivaled unrivaledbut WlrivaIed1 unrivaledbut
but uaapproacbed Love of the Union Unionor Unionor i ior
or to use his own chosen word the thenation thenation J JJlBtIoa
nation was the master passion of f his hissou hIssoaJaAd hissou3ad
sou soaJaAd and he saved It It Moreover he liesaved he5ILved hesaved
saved the nation For long Jon after his hisworn blsworn hisworn
worn frame had been laid to rest amid a anations aDatIIms anations
nations lamentations 5 Ms spirit of char charity cbarity charits ¬
ity and universal good will l so brooded broodedover broodedthe broodedover
over the fierce passions of those who came cameafter cameafler cameafter
after him that in time the nation which whichbad whIchbad 1 1b
bad b cI been almost destroyed d ed by the rancor rancorand j jaad iaad
aad bate that had been engendered eng engenderedemerged ndered j jejnerged Iemerged
emerged at last sound and fair air from the thebla theblack j jMack
Mack bla k chaos of that turbulent time timeIt j
It has grown to be the custom to com comJlue corniJare j jifere
ifere him with Washington to speak of orhba ofhint I Ihim
him as the equal of Washington and andseRle andsome j jI
I some even go O so far in their enthusiasm enthusiasmas
i as to declare him greater than Washing Washingtan I Iten Iton
tan which bIdt is only to say sa that t at they know knowi knowLIaeoIn
i Liaeotn but do not know Washington WashingtonI WashingtonThere VasblngtonTItere I
I There Is no one tbe equal of Wash Washtogton WashIAgtctn Washhigtdn
togton IAgtctn no one in all history if we take takeas takeas I
as the gauge the standards s rds by which whichgroat whichgoat I
goat men are measured lIIMsured4he the Intellectual Intellectualscope Intellectualsc Intellectualscepe
scope sc pe tile moral fiber the unvarying unvil 1ng for fortitude fcrtltnde lJr1 lJr1Utw1e
titude the gift of construction R n the su supreme aspronto
pronto power of command and an over all allembracing aUembraclD allasahiacing
embracing embraclD all pervading f1I alt H the iadefina indefinable j
ble but I endowment ead mont of an all
comprehensive c goares goaresLc goitlOSLcaa
Lc Lcaa x Great Titan Washington WashingtonIt YaxhlnJ on onIt
It does but belittle Lincoln to place placehtm p1acehbR placebins
bins beside Washington VasbiDgt as it would be belittle beUttle belittle ¬
little any other man born of woman of ofwhom orwIIom ofwhom
whom we have record in historical times timesAnd tImesAJId timesAnd
And it is not only OII net necessary but un unjust unjust usJust ¬
just to place him in comparison comparisonIt
It It is honor enough h tony to any man to men mentioa rnonUOR menflea
I flea him in any connection with Wash Washiagton Washingtoa i
iagton though thou gk it he bat to reject the thecomparison theeOnWiZriSeO
comparison fOIGPIIri Lincolns l greatness was all allhis allhis allhis I
I his own own ihS his fame wilt be his own ownWhydo ownI ownWbido
I Whydo you want to smooth out and con convenUonalize COT COTVe coiveotionalise
venUonalize Ve d8 aUu hint Into Int the form QrDJ of some something som something ¬
thing that he was not even e though that thatsomething tho thatsomething at atSOMethiDg
I something he as fine a a thing as a well wellbred wel1rQd wellbred
bred man of the t e world You would but butplace butpleee butpines
place him in comparison coitip r1n with those who whorepresent wIJoropres8llt whorepresut
represent a much smaller sn ll class than th thatwltldt that thatwhich thatwhich
which he now represoatsrthe repr8S uruse great body bodyof bOdyof bodyof
of the plain people peopleLeave peopleLe peopleLeave
Leave Le ve him with his bagging b g clothes clothesland cloUtesaJId clothesand
land and carpet slippers his uncouth tm outh figure gure
nndtentle and gentle heart his far fA light and home homely bome bomely bornely ¬
ly sententious speech Leave him a M God Godmade Godmade Godm
m made him and thank God that from the thapeople thepeopta thepeople
people this great democracy can come comesucfi ome omem1afi OmOmiok
sucfi a man m mana a man m n of the people Pe pl able ablepatient b1 b1patient b1patient
patient wise ana nn kino kinoIn kinGIn kincIn
In all the history of our land no noone noone
one appears to me to give such proof proofOf too tooIf PtOOfof
Of the capability of the th great gr at body of our ourplain ourpJaIn ourplain
plain countrymen untr 11 to produce at need a aman aman a aman
man equal to every very exigency He H appears appearsto
to me to be the absolute proof proorthat proorthatdemocracy that thatdemocracy thatdemocracy
democracy to use a modern phrase Is Isable Isable Isable
able to make mak good gQdtbat that the people from froma trom1ast
a Vast reservoir of power from which will willcome willcome willcome
come at need ne d every force demanded demandedExample demandedExample
Example Mont Inspiring InspiringMy Inspiring31yobservatlon
31yobservatlon My Iy observation Is that he Is the most mostinspiring mostInspIring mostInspiring
inspiring example to the youth of the themasses themasses themasses
masses In all our ou history Nearly all allothers allOthers
others who rose to the highest eminence eminencehad
had some aid which might be wanting in inn6 InnOthOr
n6 nOthOr r case C8 Lincoln Llncolnhad had nothing ex oxoDt
c oDt ptwhat what he h carried under hlg hi hIS hat hat and andthe andthe
the wide field of the world for its ever everelse evercisc
else ciscdW1It
dW1It Will you believe me It I tell you that thatHare that1Hn thatItre
Hare 1Hn were e e those who 110 rejoiced at his hisdeath hisdeath
death and that they ware not from the theSouth theSouth
South SouthlThe SouthThe j
The South even then knew that she shehad sbehad shehad
had received a deadly Mow and she sheknows sheknows
knows it better b tter today to ay tb uu than n she knew knewit knewIt knewltthon
it ltthon ltthonFor then thenw I
For the best friend she had iri the thegovernment theent thegovernmentthe
government governmentthe the only ent one ottobad had been b en slain slainand slainand
and nd her enemies used his death as the themotive Uteotie thenative
motive otie for her torture The T e years that thatfollowed thatfollowed I
followed embittered em ltteted her deeply dfe l7 and andclouded andclouded
clouded her view as to even Lincoln LincolnBut LincolnBut
uBut But the passing years urs are sweeping sweepingaway sweepingaway sweepingaway
away the mist that obscured her vision TIsIOand visionand
and she is coming more aad more to see seeLincoln seeltncoln seeLincoln
Lincoln as he was as as a greathearted greatheartedand rted
and largeminded J man who had be lived livedmight JIvedmlsht Ilveilmight
might have been her h t defender In the thehour thehour
hour of her greatest trial trlalwitose whose last acts actswere actswere
were acts of kindness klRdn S and whose last lastwords leafwords
words were words of good will and peace peacetoward peacetoward
toward the South as well as the North NorthNEW NorthNEW NorthNE
Meetin Meeting and Ihtertaimnent in inHonor inKonor
Honor of Lincoln lonoolnSpeaker LincolnSpeakers
Speaker Tell of Birth Hfcnnd Life and GreAt GrentDeed GreAtDeeds GreatDeeds
Deeds of Civil War President PreiidentFythlnn PresidentPtldnn PresidentPythian
Fythlnn Temple Crowded CrowdedMembers CrowdedMembers CrowdedMembers
Members of the t e New York State Club Clubof ChIbof Clubof
of Washington last night held an enter entertainment 6Dteralnment entertalnrnent ¬
tainment followed by a danee at the thePythian theP3tblan thePythian
Pythian Temple commemorating C Bb tile Lin Lincoln Lincoln Uncoin ¬
coln centenary The atMUt auditorium rlVlft was AIled aHedto AIledto ilfiedto
to overflowing while many BY were ere cod cooipeHed 1peHed codpolled
peHed to nad nd standing roam Sa rear of ofthe Q Qthe ofthe
the seats seatsWHUam soatsWBUam seatsWftHara
WHUam C Conner president of the thedub Uteclub theclub
club delivered the opening address a4W s He Hesaid Hesalt Hesaid
said saidWe
We celebrate tonight tDDlg t the birthday of ofAbraham ofbrahtun ofAbraham
Abraham brahtun Liapoia One hundred years yearsago 7MISago yearsago
ago on a cold February awning monda ia a acabin tog togcabin logcabin
cabin in the woods of Ute State Stat of old oldKentucky eIdKentuchy aidKentucky
Kentucky born in poverty p Wt7 and wrapped wrappedi
ift i an old yellow fennel petticoat ad laid JaWbasMe laidbeside laidbstde
beside the fireplace slept the newborn newbornbabe newbornbabe
babe that in after years S worked his way wayfrom yfrom wayrem I
from rem a humble lif ute e to the highest station stationand staUoaand stationand
and made laud the greatest President P t this thbeouutry thiscountry
country has ever bad badFollowing bB4IFoUowtog hadFollowing
Following Ute address A of Xr r Conner Connerthe Coaaerthe cornierthe
the orchestra played several ee patriotic patrioticmodleys U1odcmodl patrioticmedleys
medleys modl S which eel ar the ueotaH patriotism patriotismof
of otaH otaHS aM aMSeveral altSeveral
Several S eral pieces played JJIa7 by the Nordtea NordteaBanjo NrdbBa NordicaBanjo
Banjo Ba jo club were received with hearty heartyappteuse 1Iearl3appiaa5e heartyapplause
applause appteuseHon appiaa5eHOG applauseHoc
Hon Jaaavt Perkins who v spoke e uaon uaonthe UJKm soathe
the charadezkof C Lincoln seal sealLincoln saidJJnooln1g N 11 11Liooolnls
Lincoln Liooolnls i often ftea spoken of as the typi typical tyE tyECal ¬
cal American It would be hard to t and andany dany tiedany
any type of the various nationalities aaUonaiitieswhich aatlHslWesw1llch nationalitieswhich
which have come together to our land landbut 1RDd1 landbut
but a great man like Lincoln caaaot be beregarded bere berearded
regarded re arded as a typical nan Ho knew knewindeed kit knewIndeed
indeed no me better the hopes the tbebelief tMbellefl thebeliefs
belief the desires of the people whose whoseleader wboser whoseleader
leader r be was wasHe WolSuHe wasSHe
SHe He understood the strength and weak weakness weakfleas ¬
ness n s the doubts dotI ts and patriotism t of weakI the theAmerican tHAmerJen theAmerican
American character c and to this under understanding 1IIMI understanding 1 1staMl ¬
standing staMl g was largely Ja duo Ida succeeeful succeeefulleadership successfulleadership
leadership Ie dersb1 But the man a himself was ia iamany mmany himany
many ways far removed from fr those tbe whom whomhe w whomhe oA1 oA1he
he understood 1ID erstood so wen and JMI14wed loved so S much muchand muchand a aand
and ted so wisely He was Indeed l theJIEltural thenatural the thenatural
natural result of th tM American surround surroundings svrntWMiIngs surroundlegs ¬
ings in which be grew grewThe grewThe H HThe
The nnl ftn al J address ad b dOSS 5S was s delivered by Hon HonH Henr HonM
H r E DrfecoH who spoke of e Ute way wayLlIM waytht
that Lincoln kI acted ia regard to Congress Congressand OMgressaD congressan
and an what he would do today ware he hehere hehere hehere
here to soa the many new bills and laws lawsnow Jawsnow lawsnow
now before the theFoUowtug Houses HoaasFollowing HousesFollowing
Following is the theOte programae programaeOrertare progimmeOrerture
Orertare Orerturetlrbaz are Orsiesin OrsiesinAbnkUB On eata eatao1nItaa
AbnkUB LiMeta LlaintaPmidmt 3 rmwt > zuHmt W C ON tbomr tbomrJev r r2tar
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the Eicoitme of ofE E W GROVE Used the Xforld Wc1dcn XforldOTCT VcrIdCT
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When When you have lost or found aaythipg aaythipgtelephone anyUdpgtelephone anythipgtelephone
telephone an advertisement to The Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Herald and bill will be sent you youat youat ou ouat
at 1 qent < ent 3 word wordFOR wordFOR wordFOR
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Union Trust Building Building15th Buildingl5thandHStrcetsNW
15th l5thandHStrcetsNW l5thandHStrcetsNWSituation and H Streets N W WSituation wSltuaUGu
Situation one of the best In the city cityProminent cityProminent cityProminent
Prominent and accessible accessibleConvenient accessibleConvcmlent accessibleConvenient
Convenient to all car lines and andUnited andUnited apdUnited
United States government depart departments departm departmeats ¬
meats mentsEvery m meatsEvery nls nlsEvery
Every room with outside exposure exposureJanitor exposureJanitor exposureJanitor
Janitor attendance beat and light lightincluded lightincluded I
included Includ In rent rentFine rentFine rentPine
Fine elevator service day dayand and night nightBuilding nightBuilding 1
Building new and of roost modem modernflraproof modemtlrGproo modemdreproof
flraproof construction constructionPor CODtruetenFor constructionPor
Por book of plans and full utlpartlcu utlpartlcutars particu particulars particulars ¬
lars tars apply to toi toThos
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TO MARTYRS LIFE LIFECozitiaaed UFE1ItlDuea LIFEContinued
Continued 1ItlDuea from fro Pas Paso One Onehalfof j jhalf f fhatro
half hatro of the States greatest son sbn la part panhe parthe I
he said saidAbraham saldUAbrab saIdAbra1iaixt
UAbrab Abraham Lincoln J Is claimed by all allhumanity nilhunidnlty
humanity hun nity and all time as this th type of the theraca therace i
raca best showing forth the th best in all allmen anmen allinca
men In ell conditions of life Oar Oa whole wholficountry wholcountry wholecountry
country claims him as the son of the thewhole thewhole j jwhole
whole Union UnionAnd UnIonAnd UnionAnd
And Illinois says He was mine the theman tuBins I Im
man m of Illinois Here on my prairies he heripened heripened I Irpened
ripened into noble manhood and here 1ier he hemade hemade I Imade
made his hpme hpmeIndiana hpmeIndlana I
Indiana too says He 6 was mine In Inmy Inmy Inmy
my southern hills the little child grew grewstrongr grewstrong grewstrong
strong and talL And each Is right and andtrue andtrue antItrue
true trueBut
But Kentucky says 1 I am his own ownmother ownmotber ownmother
mother I nursed him at my breast my mybaby mybabT mybaby
baby born of me Hes Ie Is mine Shall Shallany Shanany Shallany
any claim come before the mother motherSoldier motherSoldiers
Soldier Pay Honor HonorHere lIonorHere HonorHere I
Here aro met met today with eQual zeal sealto zealto
to do him honor soldiers of < the war r for forand forand forand
and against the Union heroes of the theUnion theUnion theUnion I
Union and the Confederacy C Americans Americansall
all no one less pledged than the other othernot othernot othernot
not only by the th bond of the covenant cov nant of ofour otour ofour
our law hot alike by the dearest feelings feelingsof
of his heart and fervor of his blood to our ourunited o1runited cerunited
united country and its beautiful flag flagGen fiagGen t1agGon
Gen James Grant Wilson for the Fed Federal Federal Fedcml ¬
eral army and Gen Luke E E Wright for forthe torthe forthe
the Confederate army were then heard heardGen beardGen heardGes
Gen Wilson spoke as the representa representative representatlV representafive ¬
five tlV of the soldiers and sailors who served servedat servedat servedat
at Lincolns Ll colns call during the war of toe toerebellion therebellion
rebellion rebellionPerception
Perception Was UTa Clear ClearIn Clearin
In referring to the public p bUc utterances S of ofLincoln ofLiucoin
Lincoln during Ute period of o discussion discussionpreceding discussionprecei1lDg discussionpreceding
preceding the war Secretary Wright said saidthat 8 saidthat ld
that nothing bad impressed him more morethan mornthan
than the singular clearness of Lincolns Lincolnsperception Llr Lircolnsperception s sperception
perception that the responsibility for forslavery or orslavery
slavery rested upon alt our people and andwas andwas I
was a burden which should be borne by byall 01all byall
all alike There was a temperance of ofstatement ostatement ofstatement
statement statement a respect for the opposite oppositepoint oppo oppositepolat lte lteOIAt
point of view and a moderation in his bispositions 1ssw histIans
positions w tIans which when n thd th excitement of ofthe Ofthe
the time is considered coAsld oo is most extra extraordinary extraordnry tra ¬
and must command our ad admiration admiration adnitration ¬
miration mirationWen mirationW8fl nitrationWei
Wen would It have been for all our ourpeople ourpeople ourpeople
people had they been able Ie to approach approachthis approactkts approaChthis
this burning question < with the same con conservatism conservatism 9n 9nSerY8Usm ¬
servatism and good sense He sincerely sincerelybelieved tttcerelrbelieved sincerelybelieved
believed in an indissoluble Union He Hesincerely IIesincerely Hesincerely
sincerely believed that slavery was a acurse arse acurse
curse rse and a great moral wrong and la labelieving SabeUet inbelieving
beUet believing g thus he was right rightHe rightHe rightSHe
He was opposed not only to its ex extension extmslon oxtension ¬
tension fcut ut t believed that gradual gra ueI emanci emancipation MWMIpatlon eniancipation ¬
pation was a possibility worth Wl1a striving strivingfor strivingfor tn tnfor
for and yet he respected the Constitu Constitution CoastttUon Constitulion ¬
lion and did not believe beJ ve in the right te teextinguish teXttngulsh toextinguish
extinguish slavery sIR yry by b force la alt the thespeeches tltes thespeeches
s speeches edaes he made there can cartbe be found no noword BOwwd noward
word of illwill or r malice malie toward the theffioutbern tbOUtMrn teSouthern
ffioutbern Southern people e aDd In reading ree4lngds Ms utter utterances utteraaces utterances ¬
ances no Southern man finds himself en entertaining 811terWnIng entertalning ¬
tertaining the slightest sentiment of re resoatraent re reSOQtment resontinent
soatraent toward him or aught 812g t save ad admtratlon 841Ddr8tloa admiration
mtratlon for his sincerity friendliness frlendttoassand trleadttDe5and friendlinessand
and broad humanity humanityWhea humaaltyVbea humanityVbet
Whea the band played HJ Dixie at the tasconclusion tconclusion theconclusion
conclusion of Gen Wrights speech the thecrowd theCtOwd thecrowd
crowd went wild aDd Prcelaant Rome Roosevelt RMHvelt Romewelt ¬
velt Mrs 3 Roosevelt MId Miss Roocoi 11oMe9iIt 11oMe9iItjollied Booedajollied U Ujetaad
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The return trip to Hodgoavitle Hod vlDe was wasmade WallAW wasmade
made at once ODe The President wilt ant antmake JIMmake notmake
make any stops tops oa the return trip trlPwW hot hotwill betwill
will go straight to Washington The ThePresident TMPresldant ThePresident
President left Hodgeasviita on the ra ratara 1 1turn return
turn trip at Itf 4S oclock oclockBAY oclockDAY oclockDAY
Blacks Address Characterized as a asGreatest
Greatest Ever BT r Heard on Campus CampusIthaca CampnsIUtaea CampusIthaca
Ithaca N Y Feb li 1tJixcdses Bxercises com coms CGIam8lllt camwemoratt
m8lllt s mitt < of the Lincoln centenary eent canteanri were wereobserved wereolsevnd
olsevnd observed eied l > t Cornell t t4QlQ day EacGev EacGevFrank ExGovFrank I IFraBk
Frank S Black was the orator of the theday thed
day d The exercises were held in the ant university 1Rdv antveralty ¬
versity v slt7 armory which cb was pecked Front President Frontdent ¬
dent Schurmaa presided presidedGov presidedGov prsidedtier
Gov Blacks Bl8 s address which dwelt dweltLIMo1ns PredI on onLincolns onLincolns
Lincolns fame compared to the flashlight flashlightcharacters a achaaetors tiashuightchaactors
characters of the world history y was char radenzed charaeterized characterized ¬
acterized by President Schunaa Scb as the thegreatest thegreatest i ibreAtost
greatest address a ess ever delivered oa oathe oathe0III1Mf the thecampus theoninpus
campus campusTonight 0III1MfToalbht oninpusTonight
Tonight exGor Andrew D White Whitespeaking WJdte WJdtespoakhtg Whitespeaking
speaking at the banquet 1Iet In this city said seJdthat Mikithat saidthat
that Lincoln surpassed both Napoleon and nadBfetmorck andBlasanrek
Bfetmorck because of the statue of ate hi hiwork atewock
wock for Jwuaaatty JwuaaattyKILLED humanityRTLLED
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New Ne York avenue aVe1Iue between betW a Fourteenth Fourteenthand FwrteeatllaH Fourteenthand
and Fifteenth streets northwest about 3 3oclock ioclock 2oclock
oclock yesterday afternoon James JamesSteaheneoo JaRtesStepbensoa JamesStephenson
Stephenson sixty sIxt years old a negro 8 grO Hv Hving IIYinb nilag
lag at 111S 111 First street northwest JIOrt We8t was wasinstantly wasInstantly
instantly killed kttfedLaborers kJHedLa killedLaborers t
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dropped their tools and ran to the aid aMof aidof aidof
of the man but life lt was extinct ex t when he hewas Itewas bewas
was lifted from rom the ground His neck aerkwas aedtvas neckwas
was broken and his body was waacrushed badly badlycrushed bndbcrushed
crushed The body was removed to the themorgue tilemorgue themorgue
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Little Things But Precious PreciousThe
The story of Robinson Cmsoe e is made interesting intcrcsti lg with his hismakesliifts hismakeshifts hisrnakcsiifts
makeshifts for sewing apparatus and garment fasteners How Howreally Howreally Howreally
really precious these little things thingsar are Put a silver fiftycent piece in inyour inyour inyour
your purse today tcrdayand and well we give you in exchange for it a host hostof hostof
I of precious little things A partial list iistcis is given given below
I Roll Tape Ia e 10 yards 1 1piece 1piece Ipiece
piece for forStikaleen SB SBsakafeea 3cSDkaIeea
sakafeea Crochet cot cotton cOt cOttoR cottoe ¬
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Lace Pins white and andcolors aridce4or M McolorS
colors 4 cards fdr t r rIroalng r3c r3cIroning c cIroning
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handle 4 pieces for3c for3cHooks f IOr3CHooks 13cH60ks
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DECORATE TOMB OF MARTYR IIARTYRAmbassadors i iAmbassadors I IAmbassadors
Ambassadors Bryce and Jusserand Jusserandthe lusserandthe nsserandthe
the Chief Speakers SpeakersSpringfield SpeakersSpringfield SpeakersSpringfield
Springfield Profn Profusely ely Decorated In InHonor InHonor inHonor
Honor of ofltncolns Lincoln Llncoln5 Birth Blrtb1lr Mr Dol Dolliver DolUer DotUver
liver and W J 1 Bryan Speak SpeakSpringetd SpeakS SpeakSpduigeid
Springetd S IH iu Feb llSpringfieW llSpringfieWthe 12SIKingfie4dUte
the home and burial pYaee eoe of Lincoln Lincolnwas LIacoIRW8S Lincolnwas
was profusely decorated today with the thenational theI
national 1 colors and with Lincoln pIe pictures pIewr8B pietarea ¬
tures wr8BTIle tareaThe turesThe
The city entertained as her guests guestsFrench Sles guestsPreach s sFreacla
French Ambassador A r Jusserand Jusa British BritishAabaasadoT BrItlshAJ2MlMd BritISkAmbaaeador
AabaasadoT r Bryc 1kyc8 William JIaM Jennings JenningsBryan TemaingsJk JenningsBrian
Bryan Jk a Robert T Lincoln Federal Judges JudgesGxoeseaa T1idgesDid JudgesGrasacup
Gxoeseaa Did Laadis of Chicago calca is1cag Sea Seamaa SeaoC Seaman
man of Mttwavkea and Andersen ADdecs of In Indlaaapotts IRad Indiajiapelis
dlaaapotts ad long Met of men notable notableia Deb netablIn l lba
ia public and business life in Iffinois and andaelghborteg andHlstaboriag andneighboring
neighboring Stttee SlM who came to the Lin Lincoln LtncolD Uncoin ¬
colD centenary celebration celebrationTbe ceIebctIoRTIN Cei6bil0Tho
TIN dtsttegafefcad dl a4 guests visited the thetotab t1eet thetomb
tomb of Lincoln where a monster J mass massmeeting massws massmailing
meeting was add at 230 30 oclock Ia In tbe tbeaftoraoea tbeaiwaMa theaftornoen
aftoraoea with addresses a s by Aaabassa Aaabassadors Ambassedon Ambassadora
don Jasseraad and Bryce and by Sena Senator Seaatoe Scitatoe ¬
toe Doffivw of Iowa IO and WNMaat JIIIuI J JBryan 1Br7an J JBryan
Bryan a reception epUon by the local chapter chapterof C apte apteor
or tile Daughters of the American Revolu Revolution RevelutJoR Revehithus ¬
thus at the old Lincoln home a a banquet banquetfor baDCIuetfor banquetfor
for ladies at night addressed ad res6ed by yMrs Mrs W WJ WT
J 1 Bryan Mrs rs Donald McLean aa president presidentgeneral pr presidentgeneral GDt GDtal
general al of tbe X taughtersof aaghtars ghtersof of the t e Americas AmericasResolution AmerCHRelQhlu AmertesaRWutIen
Resolution aa4t M and Others OthersAt cP thern thernAt
At the banquet bu t in the tJl evening ev Alng Ambassdocs Ambas Ambassadors ¬
sadors 8 Jmserand and Bryce were the thechief thecbIe thechief
chief cbIe speakers ers U Jasseraad JUt > spoke p ke In lapart In8Ct Inpart
part as follows followsWbea fellows9Vben ws wsWba
Wbea ia a tog cabin of Kentucky a ahundred ahUJHlred ahundred
hundred years age this day that child chdwas Rdwas childwas
was born who was named after his Isfadter grand graadfatber grandfatbec
fatber kilted by the IndIAns Abraham AbrahamLiacoin AHahamIJacoIII AbrahamLincoln
Liacoin Napoleon I swayed Europe Jef Jefforaon Tefe Jefferson
foraon was President of the United Stales Stalesaad S Stntcsasid Nes NesUte
aad Ute second War of Independence aad aadnot RadJIOt hodnot
not yet come comek te t pOrn paasK pOrnIt
K seems aU very remote relll te But the thememory tJtc1IM8IOIy themommy
memory of e the great ana whom w we try tryto trYt4t tryto
to honor or today t b I as fresh la 1 everybodys everybodystofetd evy everyhedysmind s sas
mind as if he had oaly just left Jet1lS Jet1lSA loftagA s sA
A man a ay y be great by tnt intelleCt or by bycharseter bydaaAeter bycharacter
character or et by both TIle highest men raeaare menan menare
are great t by e both 1J and of those was wasAbraham mLSAiIraIIuI wasAinimm
Abraham Lincoln LincolnStow LiDcMnSlow Unenlisow
Stow ia reaching r a a de decision feieR A b ho h held heldfonries M Mfoariosely Ntead8s
foariosely fonries to it when ho had reached r it itHte ItBe It ItHe
Hte had not merely physical courage and andthat aRdthat andthat
that in aaate ple measure but the rarer rarerquality ruwquaIft7 rarerquality
quality of being willing to face arisoon arisoonoeatioa 1IIisconad usisceneeptina
oeatioa ad unpopularity He who Is at attbe atthe atthe
the bead of a party pat or a State needs needsabove needsaMeft needsabove
above an things thi sa this quality He mast mastba JUsthe mustb
ba b able to stand alone and staad arm armwhatever ftcnet m mwhatever
whatever et blasts assail aim He cannot cannotalways CaRnotalW87S manetalways
always he right hot he zn must st sever be beafraid bealtaid be1mW
afraid afraidIt altaidIt 1mW 1mWIt
It It was Us dauntless courage be ad adde his bisdear hisdear
dear tMakia tllkiklagtllat thinking that fitted Lincoln to be bedie bee bethe
die e pilot who brought yo your r ship through throughtbe tbnMtgltUte throughthe
Ute wildest te temp pest that ever broke upon uponher Upollher uponher
her herHOTEL
Judge Settles ScttltsQuestfon Scttle Question In Dismiss Dismissing1 Dismissing ¬
ing1 Taxicab Case CaseGranting CaseGranting
Granting a motion to quash the in information InformaUoa information ¬ I
formation against Arthur L Cane CJIRe man manager JIIAas managnt ¬
ager as of t a local taXIcab company charged chargedwith c chargedwith arged argedwk
with permitting bis betelleased taxksabs tadoabste tax1oahsto taxksabsto
to haul persons other than guests of the thehotel Utehotel thehotel
hotel te which the t e cabs were leased leasedJudge iea ieaTadge leasedJudge
Judge Klmball Jl of the Police Court yes yesterday yestenIKy yesterday ¬
terday decided an important question questionHe queatioAHe questionHe
He defined what persons hotel taxicabs taxicabsmay taxicabsJItY taxicabstony
may carry by saying sayingA sain sainH
H A person Is a guest gu of a hotel so long longas INgas longas
as he places himself ldm r under its protection protectionaad protectltN1a protectionand
and a pays for the privileges offered by it itsuch It Itsveh itsuch
such as procuring a meal or utHtzIAga utHtzIAgaktIL utilizing a abath aboth
bath Under such circumstances a man manmay JRaRmay manmay
may be just as much a a guest as persons personsregularly personsregularly
regularly entered on the hotel register registerWhile registerWAUe registerWhile I
While you think of It telephone your yoarWant yourWant yourWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Heraldand I
and bill will be sent you at 1 cent a word wordHou wordHo ord ordHoV
Hou HoV Ho to Get Rid Ridof Ridof Ridof
of Catarrh CatarrhA
A Simple Safe Reliable Way and andIt 1pld 1pldIt a aIt
It Costs KotMn Nothing to Try TryThoo TryTbee TryThose
Those who suffer from catarrh know knowHs knowIts knowIts
Its miseries There is no need of this thissuffering Utfsswfer1Dg thissuffering
suffering You can get rid of It by a asimple apie asimple
simple pie safe Ceo In innensive Trjensive nslve home treat treatment treatmeAt treatmeat ¬
meAt discovered scovered by Dr Blosser who for forver toreftl forever
ever ver thirtyfour t years has been treating treatingcatarrh treatingCfUrtk treatingeatrrh
catarrh successfully seccossfuttyHis 1 CC000f successfullyHIs Uy UyIlls
His treatment is unlike any other er It Itis ItIs Itis
is not a spray douche salve cream or ormaaler orlRItaer orinhaler
inhaler but is a more direct and thor thorough tlIor08g11 thoraegis ¬
aegis treatment than any of them It Itcioaas Itct Itdeans
deans ct as out the bead gsd nose throat and andlungs aDdIth18S andlungs
lungs so that you can again breathe breathefreely hreatMtr breathefreely
freely tr and sleep without that stoppedup stoppedupfeeling stoppedupfeeUDg stoppedupfeeling
feeling that all eatarrh sufferers have haveIt haVI haVIIt havpIt
It heals the diseased dJ5 sed membranes aad aadmakes 2AdJDkas cmimakes
makes a radical cure so that you will willnot wiUJI4Il willnot
not be constantly blowing your nose nos noJe and andspitting MdspWIIIg andspitting
spitting and at the same time it tt does doesn doestt
> n tt t poison tie system and ruin the atom stomach stoQa3fb atomaeb ¬
ach as Internal medicines do doIf doIf doI
If I you want aat to t test this treatment treaUnentwlth treaUnentwlthcost with without withsilt ¬
out cost send your address a dress to Dr J W WUtefger WUIoIHr Wltlomrn
Utefger 261 Walton street Atlanta Ga Gaaad GIIaDd Gead
aDd be will send you by return mail mailenough malleoeuih raaiienough
enough of the Bttdiotee 1 dtcJDe to satisfy you youthat yeetMt ysuthat
that M Is all he claims for it as asa a remedy remedyfor remedyfor remedyfor
for catarrh catarrhal headaches he d oe catarrh catarthal catar1haI
al 1 deafness astimta bronchitis bron hlUs colds coldsand col coland coldsand
and all a U ratarrhal mtarr complications He will wfialso walso willalso
also send you free fresan re an Ultfctrated iUt trnted booklet bookletWrite bookletWrite bookletWrite
Write him Immediately
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Services at residence of her father Gsa GeaEllis GeEUiS GsaEllis
Ellis Spear 16W 1 Oak street Strfet Mount MountPleasant MoImtPl MonetPleasant
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BROWN beloved wife of tbe fete feteBenjamin JaBenjamin lateBenjamin
Benjamin H H Brown BrownFuaeral BrownFuner BrownFuneral
Funeral Saturday February B Bat at 2 2nx J JJD > pin
nx in from residence of mother 44 fIi S Sstreet Street Sstreet
street northwest northW t Friends s and rela relatives relatives reinlives ¬
tives invited invitedDONALDSON InTitfdDONALDSONAt InvitedDONALDSONAt
DONALDSON DONALDSONAt At Weedwardsvflie lle 3M 3Mon M Mft 3Lon
on Wednesday February Mt MtMARY itMARY
MARY R E DONALDSON foot nee Slier Sborrfes SIIerries Sliernon
rfes non nee Wills aged sixtyfive years yearsFuneral yeusFUBeral yearsFuneral
Funeral Sunday February U 1 at 2 P Pm pin p pBU
BU m in from St St Peters Caeroa timtnttPatuxent aear aearPataxent De8lPat1lxent
Pataxent Md Relatives aDd friends friendsinvited i friendsinvited R stavtted
invited invitedGORHAMOn tavttedGORHAIon invitedGORIIAMOn
GORHAMOn Thursday TJaursda February littJ littJat u uat 1tliat
at ITS 17 Q street northwest GEORGE GEORGEC
C GORHAM aged s vaatyseven SinaIItJrseveaye seventysevenyenrs vaatysevenyears
years n after a short Illness MnessFuneral DlaeE6Funeral IllnessFuneral
Funeral from residence at II a a m Sat Saturday SaItVfday Satutday ¬
urday February 11 Interment t pri private private private
vate vateHHNTLETOn vateHm vateHHNTLEYOn
HHNTLETOn Hm LEyon Friday February PebCUnryiI S Eo l 1 1at W5 W5at t tat
at ClIfton Springs SJ ngs N Y Her Re J Jm J JHUNTLEY I IHtNTLEY
HUNTLEY m TLEY of this city
Notice N of funeral hereafter hereafterMAHQNEYOn heres1terYOn bereattn4MAHONEYOn
MAHQNEYOn YOn Th Tha Thursilay rs3a February TT TTTS9 n Tiii
TS9 ii at 73 751 p m MAUi MAtJDE > E B R belovpd belovpddaughter bf beloddaughter lotf > 4 4daughter I
daughter of Edward R R aDd Bertha rtha 3i 3iMaboney iIahooey IiMahoney
Mahoney in her fourteenth year yeari r
I 1 i Funeral from her parents residence r CfO IV IVStxth 115Sixth 1 1Sixth
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PAThEDJed PAYNE Died of consumption on Febru February February ¬
ary 17 3 1809 at the residence of hw par parents parents pareuts ¬
ents near Zion ZloR Va Va V Mrs ANNIE XIE
EUGENIA wife of Mr N P Payne
Deceased D eBSed was as a daughter of XT 1 C Cand Cand
and Mrs Irs Annie E E Snout She was WEonly wasonly s sonly
only twentyone years old oWher Besides
her parents she leaves a ftaebaad huehaudone and andoa JMJme
oa me little girl two brothers btot ern aad seven SVeRs
sisters s to mourn their lose aU a of ofwhich eCwhich ofwhich
which were present at her burial Mr
B R C Snead and wife wlf Zion Zioa Va Mr
N P Payne and daughter dfttlgbt Ztoa Va Vatj
M Mrg tj g Singer Luke LukeMaryiaad MsrylalMi Uarviaad Mrs S S
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Winsfield Gieaore GJen Va Mrs S B H
Smith and husband Cbariottes CharIotteiwtUe 1tle
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Snead Zion Va Mr J T Saead Seen and andwife 3Dwife aza azawife
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the Rev R > I I White pastor Her B < re remains remains remains ¬
mains were erc then taken tn t the family familycemetery familycemetery
cemetery and in the midst of many manyrelatives JIIanyre1aUves manyrelaUvea
relatives and rondo uno under > r the direc direction dirlCtion dlr4ctics ¬
tion of Undertaker T R R Wrisat t were weregently we wegently weregently
gently laid to rest ns white tt the e choir choirsang egnfrsang holt holtsang
sang the Chrlsdans Goodnight Go t
The family wishes wish to express their theirthanks thet theirthanks
thanks to the kjad friends who ren ¬
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J WILLIAM LEE LEE Funeral Director
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