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Pathetic Pat ic Scene in Miiburn MilburnH Htnise se When Body Was WasRemoved WasRemoved as asRemoved
Removed to the Buffalo City Hall HallRelatives HallRerative HallRelatives
Relatives Relatives > and Friends View the Faceo Face oftho of the Dead DeadChief Chief Executive ExecutiveFor ExecutiveFor ExecutiveFocthe
Focthe For the Last LastTime Time
Buffalo Sept 15 liDu1talo Buffalo today be
ame a eity of mourning The gay
decorations colatlorl of the PanAmerican ox oxpUlIUon oxpositlon
position gave ave way ay to the symbol of oftlorrow
sorrow The black drapery of the citys
streets > muffled the tolling bells of the thechtrche thechtrches
churches Bits of crepe Crf pe appeared on onevery onevery
every sleeve 11 I eeve The sorrow was every
where here apparent apparentn
n the morning mornhl a simple service took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place at the residence on Delaware Delawareavenue Del Delawareavenue wnre wnreavenue
avenue where the president died Only
the Imnv mm < date family and the friendsuld friends frIendsnd
And nd political polftl al associates were present pr < sun
1 1 he scene there was pathetic in the theextreme theextreme
extremeThen extreme extremeThen extremeThpn
Then the body was borne through throughsoUd throughsolid
solid walls of living humanity bare
headed and griefstricken to the city
hall where it lay in state f T ire re a re remarkable remarkable
markable demonstration occurred occurredwhich
which proved how close the president presidentWas
was to the hearts of the th people ple Arrangementshad Ar Arranements
rangements rangementshad had been made to allow
the public tb view the body from the
time It arrIVed at about 130 oclock oclockuntil oclockuntil
until about 5 I oclock But the people peopleW peoplewere
were W re wedged into the streets for
blocks blucksWhen blocksWhrti b bVhl
When Vhl n 3 oclock o tbck came 40000 people had hadpabted hadpasted
patted and the crowd waiting below in
the streets Seemed undiminished It Itwas Itwas
was decided to extend the time t1meunUI t1meunUImidnight until
midnight Then for hours longer the thestr thestreets
streets str > > t3 were dense with people and a aconstant aCon aconstant
constant Con tant stream flowed past the bier
Wh Whn t4 hen n the doors were closed at mid midnight mldnlht midnight ¬
night it was estimated that 80000 peofate peo people pee1e > ¬
fate 1e had viewed the remains Thousa Thou Thousands ThouBaJds ¬
sands sa jds of dinappoined ones were still still1n
In the streets streetsTh streetsTh streetsThh
Th body will He in the city hall until
morning It xylUbe t taken > ken to the sta ¬
tion by b a military m ll rYescort escort tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning and at JfcTJQ S O the th funeral train trainwill trainwltl trainwill
will start for Washington Mrs Mc ¬
Kinley bore up bravely today during
thjp < service at tho Milburn residence residenceand resl residenceand ence enceand
and Dr Rixey hey her physician thinks thinksete thinksstp thinksare
are will be able to support her trying train trainTart g
Tart I art in the state funeral fun ral at t Washing ¬
ton 1 n
Was as a Gloomy Day
The day da was gray and cheerless
Heavy clouds hung over the city cft at a t
times breaking to let through a rift of ofsunshine ofsunshine o osunshine
sunshine and then threatening to let le t
loose a downnur upon u On the gathering
multitude The air was humid and an d
heavy and only a light wind from th thsouth the thesouth thesouth e
south stirred stlrredtl1e 4ne the drooping nags and an d
the embtena embl of mourning The very ery
elements seemed to lend fitting ac accompaniment acom ¬
companiment om anlment to the scene e oC o ofss sprrow sprrowabout S rro rroabeuttobetrra rrot rrotabout v
about abeuttobetrra ttjtMenactejJf ttjtMenactejJfLong te begna t s dX dXLong > s
Long BSflbrA 1I Thr ri tn tile time set for th the e
funeral services the vicinity vIc1ntt df tho th e
Milburn Ml lburn house was astir with prepara ¬
tions At 9 oclock o cltCk long platoons ploto ns nsfolita of ofpolice o f 1
police officers mounted and on foot footarrived footarrived foo fooarrived t
arrived it t the grounds and were posted td d
In a talh along the streets approach approaching approachng ¬
ing ng tae til house For a b blopk k in eac each h
direction the streets were were werero roped ed oft of to t
keep k ep bark the gathering crowd crowd The Thevigilance Thelgllan Tinvigilance e
vigilance lgllan < e of the officers In keeping back backtiose bacltt1ose badlttose
tiose not entitled to admission ndml lon within n
the reserved area was as redoubled
Those summoned to the service the theuniformed th thuniformed theuniformed e
uniformed escort of marchers and an d
those whose business Imperatively y
brought them there passed within th the e
foursquare precinct about the house housewhere housewhprp S Swhere
where the body of the dead den chief reposed re reposed reposed ¬
posed Major General John R Brooke Brookewho Brookewho
who ho wa was personally In command of all al I
ht h force participating p in the eecort eecortarrived elc eecor eecorarrived rt rtarrived t
arrived at 10 oclock He Ie was in fa ¬
tigue uniform with service nrlCQ sword a at t
his side Around his left arm was waswound waswound w wwound as
wound a heavy band of crepe With h
hIm were his aides rnd a half score of ofothpr ofothpr o oother f
othpr officers all in n fatigue unifoYm unifoYmwith unlrcrrmWIth unildrwith m
with badges of mourning on their theirBl theirsJpPes thelsleet r
Bl sJpPes sJpPesThe sleet evjeg evjegThe e eThe
The time was now approaching for f o r
th service The tramp of the assem asse m ¬
bling b1i blin military could be heard and the thewalk thealk th theslk rrte e
walk alk leading up to the Milburn hou house se
began bE > gan to be lined with those whowere whowereto who we weto
to bf assembled about the bier Even Eve n
the PanAmerican exposition eXp < < J8IUon in com oomand comand eo eoand m
and awelike alienee prevailed and an d
the division of the escort e cort came to their theirports thetrpots the theposts Sr
ports with silent bands bandsAt bandsAt bandsAt
At 10v oclock the military and na naval naal ussal ¬
val al detachments took temporary sta station station ¬
tion on West W 8t Ferry street immediate e
ly around the corner from the Milburn rn i
house First Fr t came companies I and andof Ii Iiof Lof j
of the tJ Fourteenth United States in JriiL ¬
iiL fantry stationed at Fort Porter under undercommand underomrrand un uncommand der r
command < of Captain John R M Tay Taynr ¬
lor nr muvchlng m ching chln with the steady tread treadand tr trand trand sad 1
and bearing of regulars Followlq Followlqt Following g f
14em t tem came a company of the Seventy
third roast artillery now on duty dut dutyamid at atamid atamicI a t
amid the stir of assembling a solemn solemninand solemn1nand solem solemnand an n
nand of Captain John P Welsser WelsserThese WeIsserThtse r
These were the men who had ha d j
ben bf > pn near the president at the thetnol mome moment 1Rt nt t
he was shot and who took part in instruggle the thestruggle thestru e
struggle stru gle with his assassin The Na National Natona1 N Ntonal a ¬
tonal guard of the state of New Yo Yowas York Torkwas Yorka rk k
was a represented by picked companies companiesfrom is s
from the Seventyfourth Seventyfc > urth and nd Sixty Slxt y
fifth regiments under command commandaptatn of ofaptaln ofCaNaln f
aptaln HowlandNavy Howland HowlandNavy HowlandNavy
Navy is Represented RepresentedThen R1presented R1presentedThpn RepresentedThen
Then the trappings of the military militaryarm mill mllita mllitaarm tal talann rY y
arm of the service gave ga W way to those thoseof thoseof tho thoof se e
of the United States navy nn > as lefty men m en n
tom the United States gunboat life Mich lIeh h ¬
igan I l1n under command of Colonel L T r
Minnix swung Into position po lUon alongside le e
their military mtutal brethren in arms The Thenaval T Tnaval rhenaval h e
naval contingent had arrived only this thismorning thismorning th thmorning 1s s
morning in order that aU al branches of f
the military naval and marine servf servfmight service c e
might be fittingly represented At the their Jr r
head marched a detachment of m mrifles ma marines marines
rines In n their dark blue uniforms a awith and andwith andwith nd d
with 1 rge gilt trimmed helmets Af After ter r
them came the blue jackets Sailors Sailorsand Sailorsand Saito Saitoand rs s
and marines marched with their oho ohocarbines short shorcarbines shortarbinlS rt t
carbines at shoulder arms The entire entiremilitary enUremIUtar enti entimilitary re e
military mIUtar and naval force formed In H
company OmpD front on First Ferry street streetand IItr strand e ° t tnndnere
and nndnere there awaited for the services 5CrYlc to O
begin bwrlnMeantime beclnlIe beginMeantime
Meantime lIe ntlm the members of the cabi cabinet cat catnet abl ablnet ¬
net officials high In the governor government governmentservice governmentfen at atservice
service fen ke and near friends frten s of the mar xnartyr martT ma maUtd f
tyr Utd < i president began to flU the wal walks walksleading taJksJea is isleaohg
leading Jea di up to the entrance to the M Mburn Mil Milburn tll tllburn i1 f
burn residence They came separately separatelyand separateynnd ef > y ss
ti and in groups some walking Secre Secretaries SecretarIes Sect Secttunes e ¬
taries WJlwin SlIIon and Hitchcock drove drovetogether up uptogether upGoetTor P
together and Governor Odell of New NewTork Ne N NYork etv V VYork
York foilbwed followed fa Ibwed with hIs secretary secretaI and andRepresentative an anRepresentative al alRepresentative k
Representative Llttauer of New York YorkFolloxving YorkFollowing Yo YoFollowing K
Following the governor came Major MajorGeneral M MGeneral 1aJorGeneral or > r
General Roe commander of the na nat natIonal n ntional a
t tIonal < onal guard of New York with withstaf his hiseta1 hlJt J
eta1 t f of aides all In full uniform Sec Secretary SetTftnry 3e 3eretary c ¬
retary Root Ro t walked to the house with withMr wi wiMr Ith IthMr th h
Mr and Mrs Sprague Plague at whose house househi honsehc ho hoher aso ie
hi her has been a a guest since first su suthe sum summoned sumovoned m i ¬
moned rt rttong aped to the city Two and two a along a utong
tong line of men of dignified hearing hearingmarched hearln hearlnm1rched hear hearmarched n
marched up to nee f e the house housethe the foi foielgn fq1plgn f feign ot
elgn commissioners commlS loners sent to the exposi exposition expo expoton lposion si i ¬
tion ton on and after them the state Comin Cominstoners commis commissioners JmmlHsioners fi 5 ¬
sioners Among the foreigners wns wnscolonel a acolonel 1 1Qlonel
colonel of the Mexican army In his f funiform full fulluniform fpllunlfrm p11 H
uniform of black with scarlet S rlet etr etrand stripes stripesand IItrip68nd
and peaked gold braided cap capl
i The other member ofthe of the cabinet in
I tl the city cft Secretary Long Attorney
C General Knox Postmaster General General5mlth
S Smith the confidante and friends of the
I If late chief Seneator Hanna Judge Day
i G Governors Odell Yates and Gregory GregoryI
F Representatives Rl Repr ntatlves Alexander and Ryan
I at Major M ajor General Brooke E H Butler H
H H Kohlnaat and many others came camePresident camePrC1lident camePresident
President Roosevelt Comes ComesIt
I It was Just ust eight minutes before the
opening ° it the service when a covered
b barouche drove up to the house bring bringI
jlng j j I li Ing President Roosevelt and Mr and
airs > WIlcox at whose house he Is a aj
S guest The
j president looked very grave gravei
i a as he alighted and turned to assist
Mrs Wilcox from the carriage His
f face < ce did not relax into a smile to the
si salutations sa of those nearest the car
r riage age but he acknowledged the greet ¬
M fags Ings silently and an inclination of the th
1 sad He passed rr ssed up the well filled walk walki
i a and those waiting to gain entrance fell
it b back ck making a narrow lane through
v which hloh Mr Roosevelt passed along to
t the house houseAs houseAs houseAs
As the president passed within the
h house and the services were about to
t begin the long line of soldiers and anda
8 sailors swung In n columns cC of fours o into j
I I Delaware a avenue e ecC and formed r e in bat ¬
t talion ta lion front along the beautiful thor ¬
oughfare opposite the house and Im ¬
mediately medlatel facing It On the extreme
left were the regulars on the right the
sailors and marines and in the center
the he national guardsmen They stood at
parade rest with colors lowered each
flag wound about Its staff and bound boundwith
with crepe The front of the house and
the lawns had been cleared by this
time and the sweep of the avenue was wasnow
now deserted save for the rigid mo ¬ I
tionless ranks across from the house
The service had already begun when whenown hen I
down own the avenue four highstepping
black horses came into sight drawing
the he hearse heanewhlch which was to bear the cas cascet
ket cet of the dead president It was a
heavj heat a vehicle without plumes or any an anI
trapplngfc to relieve the dead d ad black I
The horses too were ere not plumed or orcaparisoned orcaparisoned 1
caparisoned and all four of them were i iblack
black from fr m nose to tip of tall Two Twonen Twomen
men were on the box the driver with withong
long lon lines to the tandem pairs and the thegrrom thegNom thegroom
groom with folded arms sitting mo motionless ¬
tionless v vlii
lii the Souse of Death DeathOutside DeathOutside
Outside the house housealJ all was silence and andwaiting andwaiting andtvattlnS
waiting Within Rlthinthe Ithln the house housqptdent ppt pt death deathwas dea t twas
was woe unspeakable In In the th jlrav5i drn
in = TOOrrr morrfto therrghtti ttreit htbtethh t tresident
President P Roosevelt Roosevelt entered nt red the dead deadchleftoln
chieftain was stretched upon his bier
His head was to the rising sun On his
face was written the story of the
Christian C forbearance with which he
had met his martyrdom Only the thethinness thethinness thethinness
thinness of his fact fac bore mute testi testimony testimony
mony to the patient sufferings he had hadendured hadendured hadendured
endured He was dressed as he al always always
ways was in life 1I1 The blfick bJ clt frock frockcoat frockcoa frockcoat
coat coa was buttoned across the breast breastwhere breastwhere
where the first bullet of the assassin
had struck The black string tie below belowthe belowthe
the standing collar showed the little littletriangle Jlttletriangle
triangle of white shirt front The right
hand lay at his side The left was wasacross wasacross
across his breast breastHe breastHe breastHe
He looked as millions of his coun couphymen countrymen countrymen
trymen have seen him save for one onething onething onething
thing The little badge of the Loyal LoyalLegion LoyalLegion
Legion the only decoration he ever everwore everwore ova r
wore which was always aIwa s In the left leftJapel leftlapel
lapel of his coat was missing And Andthose
those who ho remarked it spoke of it and andafter andafter
after the body was taken to the city
hall the little badge which he prized prizedthrough prizedthrough
through life it ties as placed again where i it ithad Ithad
had always beer beenThe beerThe
The body lay in a black casket on a
black bear skin rug Over the lower lowerlimbs lowerUrnbs ar r
limbs was flung the starry banner he hehaa h e
had loved so well The flowers were werefew
few as befitted the simple nature of ofthe ofthe o f
the man A spray of white chrysan chrysanthemums chrysanthemums ¬
themums a flaming bunch of blood red redAmerican
American Beauty roses and a magnifi magnificent magnificent ¬
cent bunch of violets were on the cas casket ¬
ket Behind the head against a pier piermirror piermirror pie r
mirror between the two curtained win ¬
dows dow rested rt8t two superb wreaths of ofwhite otwhite o owhite t
white asters and roses These were werethe werethe veer veerthe e te
the only flowers in the room roomThe roomThe
The sentries one from the s sa a an and andone d
one from the land guarded the re reDalns rentslna
mains They stood in the window em embrasures embrasures embrasures
brasures behind hlnd the head o1 of o the casket casketThe
The one to the north was a Bergsonof sergeant sergeantof
of infantry In the other window was wasthe wa s
the sailor Uor garbed in the loose blue blueblouse
blouse of the navy navyGrief navyGrief
Grief of Mrs McKinley JIcKinleyThe
I The The family had taken leave of their theirloved theirIved r
loved one before the others arrived arrivedlrs
Mrs lrs McKinley the grief crushed crushedvldo d
widow vldo had been led into the chamber
ty l y her physician Dr Rixey and had hadsiit hadsut ha fl
siit awhile alone with him who ha had d
supported S pport and comforted her through throughs
al their years ears of wedded life Bu But Butthough L
though her support was gone one she ha had hactnot d
not broken down Dry eyed she gazed gazedon gaze gazeon
on his face She did not seem to real ¬
ize that he was dead Then she was w as
led away by Dr Rixey and took tip u p
her position at the head of the stairs
where here she could hear h ar the services
Mrs HoLart the widow of the vac vice vicepresident Iee Ieepresident
president during Mr r McKinleys firsterm first firstterm firstt t
term t rm Mr Lafayette McWllllams 2 > o of t
Chicago 1 Miss Jss Barber Miss Mary Bar
her and Dr Rixey remained with he her herthere r
there The members of the family
Mr 11 and AIrs Abner McKinley Miss s
Helen McKinley Mrs Duncan Miss
Duncan Mr and Mrs Barber and Dr Drand Drand
and Mrs Beer had withdrawn into Intothe ant °
the library > thr north of the drnwin drawing drawingroom
room In which the casket lay and an
here also remained other friends when
the service vas > 1S held heldThe
The friends and public associates asso < lat s ofthe of
the dead president all had opportunity
to toview view the remains before the service ser lce
began The members of that th cabinet
had taken their leave It > ave before the oth othera other8 othors
era arrived They Th y remained seated be beaide besIle betheir
aide their dead chief while the sad sadprocesston i
procession viewed vlewldthe the body They I
vests re on the north side of IL A place
directly at the head had been re reserved
served for President Roosevelt Secre
tary Root sat alongside this empty
chair Then came General Knox Sec
retary Long Lon SecretaryHitchcock Secretary Hitchcock Sec
retary VIson and Postmaster General
Smith in n the order named namedAbput
Abput 100 in all saw the body Some I
were so overcome with grief at t the theframes th
sight of thOevi the thin f countenance u an that 1a 1at 1atht tht thttrames their
frames shook convulsively Several
clung to the side of the bier and with
difficulty could be persuaded to leave
Almost every face f ce was tearstained
10 inve eve for this man choked
alfin air in the house houseluuit housenv
luuit nv mvq UWB tv in the procession were
Senators Fairbanks and Burrows Gov Governor
i ernor Yates of Illinois Comptroller
Bawos Daw General Manderson 2 > and Mrac
Mandorson RepresontatlveLUtaur Representnthc Littauar r of ofContinued ofContinued aiContinued
Continued on page paoe 7
Scenes From the Life of President McKinley McKinleyI I
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1J l nL tj tjATH
Utah Executive Recommends RecommendsFOR That ThatAIIJBu at AllBusiness usiness iness be beSuspended e eSuspended
Suspended spenderl Next ext Tffursdayi TffursdayiAOVERNOR fn ors 1s a awwy C
+ wwy +
AOVERNOR V WELLS being beta in i doubt as to wEether w3iethcr1Wednesda c Wednesday 4 4or 4I
I + G or Thursday should be the day to set apart as a a day for formemorial i r rmemorial
memorial services wired the secretary of stato on on Saturday Saturdayevening aturdayevening + 4
4 + evening and yesterday received the following reply from the presi prcsidents 4dents 4 idents
+ dents secretary George B Cortelyou Cortelyouuffnlo CortelyouBuffalo + 4 4BuffaloAS
+ Buffalo BuffaloAS V Y Sept 15 1901 IDOlHon Hon Heber M Wells Governor Gotornorof Go rnor t +
t + + of Fi Utah tah Salt SJt Lake Utah Thursday Sept 19 is the day setfor setforfuneral set so for + t
+ funeral service services at Canton 0 that would be proper day to set apart apartfor 4 4for + 4for
+ for mourning and prayer GEORGE B CORTELYOU CORTELYOUGovernor CORTELYOUGovernor +
+ + Governor Wells thereupon issued the following proclamation proclamationJj proclamationWhereas o t +
Jj t + Whereas W erea In his infinite wisdom it has pleased the Almighty A ight ightI + 4 +
+ to permit to Be L removed from this life the great and good head of thISuation thisNation this thisnation +
I + nation William illiam McKinley MeK nJoy late president of the United States who + toI
J I + + died at the city of Buffalo Buffalo in the state of New York on the 14th day dayof dQyt dnyof +
j of September IDOl of mortal wounds +
j inflicted upon him lii n by an as 4 +
+ sassin and andWI andWhereas
1 + Whereas WI 10rens It is s fitting that the people of Utah sharing shari g with the theJ thepeople + +
+ +
J t + people of the Union and of the world the universal grief upon amisfortune a 4 +
4 + misfortune so unexpected une xpec od and so o overwhelming should be afforded aff rded rdedan + I
I + 4 an opportunity to manifest their veneration and love for the illus l11ustrious +
4 + trious dead their detestation of the hideous crime that has laid him +
t + low their sympathy for his stricken widow the crushing sorrow that thatfills JL JLfills
+ fills their hearts in contemplation of a national calamity so appalling appallingand appallingand +
4 + and their gratitude that the wisdom of the fathers foreseeing such +
+ f dreadful possibilities provided that the government should not be + +
+ + destroyed because of the uncertainty of human life and andWhereas +
t + Whereas The president of the United States Stat s Theodore
4 + Roosevelt has appointed Thursday the 19th day of September the4 the + +
+ + day upon which the remains of our dead president will willbe be consigned consignedto 4 4to 4 4to +
+ to their final resting place at Canton 0 to be observed throughout throughoutf + +
+ f the United States as a day for holding memorial services + t t tNow
+ Now therefore in obedience to sacred duty in deference to the 4 +
+ desires of the peoples and in conformity with the proclamation l > of the 4 + 1 1president
t + t president I Hobor M Wells governor of the state of Utah by virtue vir ue ueof 4 4l 4 4of
+ l of authority vested in me by the tl laws of this state do hereby proclaim
4 + Thursday the 19th day of September 1901 to be a day of humiliation humiliationI +
+ of fast of mourning and of prayer pra er to be b observed as a alegal u legal holiday 4
I + + in this state and andI J earnestly recommend rec mmond that on that day da all labor be besuspended +
t suspended and all places of business bus be closed slid +
+ mess d that the peopleassemble people l > copleassemble 4 + +
4 + assemble in their places of worship and render such tributes of ofde de deotion 4 +
+ f votionand notion and reverence Jo o the will of the Father and such marks of oflospecfrtothe 4 +
+ lospecfrtothe 1 vespectto the memory and character of our late devoted president +
+ + t as they theYmay may deem appropriate appropriate to the occasion i +
4 + In testimony whereof I have havehereunto hereunto set my m hand andcaused and andcauscd + 4 +
4 + caused the great seal of the state of Utah to be hereunto hereuntoI 4
I Z > Seal S a1 affixed af a ixed ixedDonc +
4 + S Done at Salt a1t Lake City this 16th day of September Soptembcrt + f
4 + 1901 of the independence of the United States the 126th and andthe + 4 j
4 + the sixth of the
year car state of Utah 4 4HEBER + +
+ By the Weigovernor governor overnor J T lILUillOND HAILIIONDf HA MO3STD t f
4 x I Secretary of State Statei 1
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 i + + + + + + + + + + t t + + + + + + +
Manila Sect 15 15The The profoundest grief griefis
is manifested manlfe ted by every class in the com community communlt communlty ¬ I
munity munlt over the death of President Mc McKinley McKiniey ¬
Kinley Kln1e Gpvornor Taft has issued a aproclamation aproclamation aproclamation
proclamation which whlchciplalns explains a plains to the F1114 F1114plnos Fm Fmpinos Flltapines
pines that while the the death of Mr McIklnley Mc McKinley McK1nle ¬
Kinley K1nle is an Irreparable Irr parable Individual IUdlvldualtoss IUdlvldualtossIt loss lossIt lossit
It does not alter Her the stability of the gov government government ¬
ernment or change the course of tho ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration ministration This was wa considered nec necessary nECGssLr necessaxy ¬
essary betUiiVo be bebitil 1 o tb the Filipinos thought Mr Mr3Bryan MrBr airBryan
Bryan Br an woultf swceeodtnmFuneral swceeodtnm suceeedtitibFuneral t t tFuneml
Funeral ceremonies femones will be held on the theLuncta theLuncta
Luncta by b > the civil and military mUltnl author authorities authorIties authorities ¬
ities upon the daytof the funeral funeralServices tuneralServices funeralServices
Services in WashingtonVashlnlrton WashingtonWashtngton Washington WashingtonWashington
Washington Sept 15 J5Nearer Nearer My b
God to Thee the late presidents hymn hymnformed h hymnformed mn mnrormed
formed a feature of the service of ofhomage orhomage ofhomage
homage and andtrl tribute tribu ut g held inalmost In n almost every evorychurch eoryr everychurch
church in the national ° capital c gbt today o The TheiletropoHtanMeJthodlst TheMetropolltan
iletropoHtanMeJthodlst Metropolltan r at r0 JieJi0dist t church tho presidents pres presidents p ¬
idents church v WItS crowded The presi preeldant presidents ¬
dents dant s pow vta wait Heavily draped dr ped in blackImpressive black blackImpressive blackImpresslo
Impressive memorial services were held heldin heldIn heldIn
in all other churches hurc es in the city
Detroit Sept 15 15Nearl Nearly 2000 000 people peoplegathered peoplegathered
gathered this afternoon at a public mass massmeeting mawsmeeting macmeeting s
meeting in the armory General R RAlger A AAlger AAlger
Alger said saidThe saidhe saidThe
The he root of anarchy which has started d
In our country and which has resulted resUlt d In 1 1the
the loss of a a president should be stamped stampedout stampsout d
out It is our imperative duty to stamp etaxnpout stampout p
out this evilGeneral evil evilGeneral eI1General
General H H1 M Dufflcd declared c1e < l1rc > tl Con Congress Congress Congrass ¬
gress daro not adjourn without passing passinga pat in ine
a measure u which will sttbt jttfrmpt g < outthis outthisgreatest Wt = thl thlgreatest I IVhen s
hfs r Yt YtWhen
greatest e t of evils anarchism VY
When Alfred Russell alender n a4tsierot W n1er ofr 0 the th thw4t
local bar asked what shall be donewith donewithanarchists dono donebanarchists w4t w th thanarchists h
anarchists there were cries from the theaudience theaudience th thaudience e
audience of Kill them burn them the1 etcSchley etc etcSchley etcSchley
Schley Court of Inquiry InquirYvashlngtDn InquiryVashington
Washington Sept 15 l Admiral Dewey Dew ei
has recalled the notice sent out by him ht m
for Ah Ahfml the fml meetijg tomorrow torno of the theSchle SchIev SchIevcourt v
court of innvlry It was flrst fl firstInttnde lb inttnded i J d
that tho tnaabers m mu < abers be1S should assemble to tomorrow t tmorrow o ¬
morrow and adjourn Immediately Imrnedltl ly after afteradopting alterac10pUng afteadopting r
adopting resolutions of condolence The Thecourt Tbecourt Tb Tbcourt e
court may resume Its sessions Frl Friday < a > or a r
Saturday next
cp qN j a uS ARMy RMV RMVI
I 1
Will be an Imposing Display b by Y Military and Naval NavalBranches Nava1Branches NavalBranches
Branches of Government GovernmentServices GovernmentServices GovernmentServices
Services Will be Held in the Rotunda of the Capitol CapitolLacklof CapitolLacklofcomm Lack of < ftccommodation ftc Accommodation
commodation comm dation Will Excludethe Exclude the Public PublicASHINGTOIT PublicI Public11rASH
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 11rASH ASHINGTOIT NGTON Sept IThe 15 li The following official statement 8tQtm entJR making king
4 YY V important changes in the pla la1S is for the funeral f n ral service oitr the T Tmains re rag ragmains +
+ mains lns of President McKinley in this city was given gl to the prase +
+ tonight tonightIn tonightIn 4
= +
+ In compliance with the earnest earn t wishes of airs Irs McKinley that the +
+ body of her husband shall rest in her home at Canton Wednesday Wedae daynlttt nigAtt
+ the following changes in n the obsequies will be made madeFuneral madeFuneral madeFuneral +
+ Funeral services in the rotunda of the t capitol will beheld be held Tuesday An +
+ the arrival of the escort which will
accompany the remains rem fns from the u 4
4 + White hlte House where the body of the late president will Me Heln in state In +
the rotunda for the remainder of Tuesday Tuesda and will be +
escorted t corted to theTaflroadstatIon the therailroad tit titrailroad
+ railroad TaflroadstatIon station Tuesday evening The funeral train will leave leave enve WaahliMC + +
+ ton at or about 6 oclock Tuesday evening and thus will arrive at Can +
+ ton during the day WednesdaySigned Wednesday WednesdaySigned VednesdaySigned ¬ +
+ Signed John Hay Ha secretary secretaI of state Elihfi Root
secretary of +
+ John D Long Lon secretary of navy Henry F MacFa MacFarland land president board war ar +
1 + of corriussioners of District of Columbia ColumblaTT > +
+ + + + + T + + + + i r t t t t rr TT + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4
r G
T H 1 AiNL AiNLo AiNL1IroLGljsz t7H EY torf HoJe HoJeP r
P cq T o otZOlfiVSZ7SlN7fiffOllAtWCfi
tZOlfiVSZ7SlN7fiffOllAtWCfi tZOlfiVSZ7SlN7fiffOllAtWCfiHas 1IroLGljsz 1SiffTffNORAiW 1SiffTffNORAiWHas
Has Not Yet Been Told T ld of the Presidents Death DeathWill Will beBrought be beBrought
Brought Br ught to Trial for Crime of Murder at Once
Buffalo Sept 15 15Czolgosz Czolgosz does not notyetknow notet notyet
yetknow yet et know that President McKinley is isdead Isdead isdead
dead and probably will not know it ituntil Ituntil ituntil
until he is arraigned He will be in indicted indicted indicted ¬
dicted by b the grand jury jur probably prob bly to tomorrow tomorroW tomorrow ¬
morrow and an the case will then be removed re removed removed ¬
moved to the supreme court The ar arraignment arralnment arraignment ¬
raignment will then take place in that thatcourt thatcourt
court and will be very soon soonNo soonNo soonNo
No further effort was made by b the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers today to talk with Czolgosz nor norwas norwas norwas
was the theory of the poisoned bullet bullettaken bullettaken
taken up by the police As to Emma EmmaGoldman EmmaGoldman
Goldman the situation stands un unchanged unchanged unchanged ¬
changed the police holding that there thereis therenot
is not sufficient evidence on which which to toask toask toask
ask for her extradition extraditionGovernor extraditionGovernor extraditionGovernor
Governor Odell announced today that thathe thathe thathe
he had declined to call a special termof term termof termof
of the supreme court to try the mur murderer murderer
derer of President McKinley because becausehe becausehe
he believed that haste was not necessary neces necessary necessarj ¬
sary He said that the district attor alterney attorney attornay
ney had assured him that the grand grandJury Jrandjury gran granjury
Jury would indict and the case be on ontrial ontrial ontrial
trial within fifteen days and to call a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special term and get a jury assem assembled assembled assembled ¬
bled would take more more time than that thatThe thatThe thatThe
The assassin Is In the Erie county countypenitentiary countypenlten countypenitentiary
penitentiary penitentiaryMKINLEY penlten penitentiaryMKINLEY tiary tiaryMKINlEY
+ Buffalo N Y Sept 15 15Presi Presi + 4
+ 4 dent McKinley has left a will The 4 +
4 + instrument was executed some somet 4 +
f t time before the shooting and at atno atno 4
4 + no time during his final suffering 4 +
+ was there any wish or occasion to torevise torevise +
4 + revise It or to frame a a codicil 4 +
+ It leaves the bulk of his property 4 +
+ to Mrs McKinley How much the theestate theestate 4
4 + estate Is worth cannot be statedwith stated statedwith + 4 +
+ with exactness by b those familiar faml1larwith familiarwith +
4 + with the late presidents business businessaffairs businessaffairs 4 +
+ affairs but it is believed to be a agoodb agoodly 4 +
+ goodly sum although not amount + 4
+ ing to a large fortuneMRS fortune + f fMRS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
New York Sept 15 15Mrs Mrs Theodore
Roosevelt accompanied by her five chil ¬
dren nurse and maid reached this city cit y
from Albany early this morning bavins havln havln1eft havi ng
left the Tahwaus club Saturday morning moron moronand
and left Long Island City soon after for fo
the th thoo Roosevelt oo home n near Oyster
e bay
Mrs r Roosevelt said Iie she Oa did not o Know kilOW kno
when wh n she he would go to Washington O On n
reaching her horn Mrs In Roosevelt R oseelt by b
request gave out the following
Left eft Oyster Bay Bu Bav accompanied by b TIr The e ¬
odore Roosevelt ir Monday moraine mor lnr a at et ed t
5 o oclock On arrival at Long Island d
City 1J will proceed to t rt1 the Manhattan n std side e
and take carriage I for Jersey City Tt arriv r ¬
ing at 10 oclock o clock In time to catch the th
Congressional Limited r rTho rTho
Tho Pennsylvania Railroad compan Y
will place a private car at Mrs Irs Rome RomeeIts ¬
velts disposal The oth other r children of the theu theeri th
household u will lnri go to Washington l o as soon coo l llaclngthem
eri W
as arrangements arrangement can n bo made there h eflcr for forplacingthem fo r
placingthem lacing them in school schoolDEATH schoolDEATH
Buffalo Sept 15 15A A death mask of the th e
presidents face was made m de at 720 2D ocloc
The mask wastaken was taken by Edouard Pausch ji
of Hartford Conn Pausch has modelled modell eeh
the features ot many rnnn of o the dlstingulshcil dlstingulshcilmen 11
men who have died dle < 1 in this country in f xi
recent years ears The mask is a a faithful falthulproduction rc re
production productionfeatures or oftho thn late President McKin ¬
ley les s features f ature5 I
Cleveland 0 Sept I5The 15 The father of ofthe
the assassin aS asSln of o President McKinley Mc1 inley has hasnot hasnot
not slept or tdken anything any thins since Sat Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturday ¬
urday urdaymorning morning Since the death of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president he hehas has become moody and andlost andlost
lost l ost his appetite A young brother of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the assassin says that his father is isheartbroken Isheartbroken
heartbroken as a consequence of th thdeath the thedeath theI e
I death of the president presidentChief
I I Chief of Pollen Corner returned from fromI
J I j Buffalo today but made no attempt attemptsee to tosee
see Czoluosz while hPe there thereI thereAnarchist thereAnarchist
I I Anarchist Was in Danger DangerSt
St Joseph Mo Sept 15 15An An an anarchlst anarchist
I archlst about 28 years old wh who whoclaimed whoI o
j I claimed Paterson N J as his home homeand homeI e
I and who was ticketed from Omaha to toKansas t t tKansas o
Kansas City on a Burlington train to today toI today ¬
I day da was denouncing President McKin McKinley 1IlcKlnley McKieley ¬
ley in savage terms and predicting the theearly theearly theearly e
early death of President Roosevelt at atthe atI a t
the hands of anarchists when his hiswords hiswords hi s ts
words were resented by the passengers passengersRealizing passengersRealizing i
I Realizing his personal danger he leaped leapedfrom leapedfrom leapefrom d
from the train as it approached the thecity th thcity e I Icty
+ New York Sept 15That 15 l That Presi President 1 1d 4 +
4 + dent d McKinley expected to live for forman formany 4 +
4 + many man years and had h d every rea reason reason 4 +
+ son for so thinking is evident eldentfrom evidentfrom 4 44from +
4from + from theinsurance the Insurance he carried on onhis anhis 4 +
+ his life in favor of his wife Only Onlya 4 4i +
i 4 + a few weeks ago it can be said on ongood ongood 4
4 good authority authorit he had changed a astraight 4 +
1 + straight life insurance policy of ofOOOO +
+ 50000 for a twentyyear twent year endowmeat endow 4
4 + meat ment plan policy Hecarried this thisin thisin 4 +
1 4 + in one oneof of the big bisNev New York compa companies + 4
4 nies niesIt niceIt +
4 + It was announced by another in Insurance insurance + T
4 + surance company today that his 4 + T
4 i agents had paid by check on Sat Saturday Saturday 4 T
4 + urday to Mrs McKInley a policy 4 r
+ 4 for 16000 l O O OReports 4 +
4 + Reports that the tbepresident president car carrIed carried 4 + r
+ ried insurance amounting to 200 00 4 + T
+ 4 000 or more are not credited by b bleading + T
4 + leading insurance men in this city cIt cItSeveralexpertsyesterdnyplaced + T
4 + Severalexperts Severalexpertsyesterdnyplaced Severalexpertsyesterdnyplacedthe Several experts yesterday placed +
4 + thetotal the total amount at not more than thanSiiOOO 4 L T
4575000 4 SiiOOO 4 4J4444 + +
+ + + + + + + t + + + J4444 J4444ALL + + + + K r
New York ork Sept Sept1iOn 15 16On On the announce announcement announcement announ ¬
ment of President McKinleys death deathJames deathI deaf deafJames h
James Jam K HnckettWhO Hacketti who is playing PlaYlngav PlaYlngavsuccessful a very verysuccessful vex vexsuccessful 3 y
I successful engagement ensu m nt at Wallacks the theatre theI a ¬
atre closed the house refusing to appear appearalthough appearalthough app appalthough esu
I although the pressure of rival patio perform performances performanC rm ¬
ances anC < S was wry f > ry strong and his house housevices how se e
practically sold out tiYebber e 11er andF1el and Flel FlelC cis < sfOll9 s
fOll9 fat w iIlis his example ampl < Tonight lIrHack lIrHacktttmaQ brIiacetU C
tttmaQ etU mag t U1pan > > QU ougeement bcem ant that hewou Jle wOuld wOuldnotoT Id i
the ru furtetal eP11 ae aevices ser serIX r
notoT not reit + tfmg mr noUr 7after 1t er
vices at t Canton CantonCanton CantonAt
IX At a 7neeting tl 0 of t11 the tbeatrlcai theatrical ma maL man managers n nit
agers t tonight nlght It 188 declded oel oeletfunclose etfunclose etfuncloseeral to closp s U Uthe 1
S erals
the L houses on the theCanton cia or theo funeral eral at atCanton t
ID r rIdahors
Idahos Day of Mourning MourninjrBoiae MourningBols
Boise Ida Sept 15 I5The The time set in inGovernorHunts v
GovernorHunts Governor Hunts proclamation fixing a aday adayof1T10Urnlng
day day dayof1T10Urnlng of of1rourning nournlng for forPre President ldent McKiley MeKln MeKlnley 1IcKlnleyfhl n
ley leyfhl ha6 hasbeen sbeen been made Thursdaythe Thursday the 19th 19thto 19tbto 1911to
to conform with the proclamation proclamationsued is issued is5Ued ¬
sued by b President Roosevelt Roos velt
Washington Sept353tsry S 5pt pt J5 iSecretary Secretary Hy Hay
today Issued to the public the f lQIlowflca 80w
announcement concerning the tbetI fttnere Ien
of PresidentMcKinley Preeident McKinley
Department of Statl Stat Washlnotoe a
D C C Sept 15 1101 MMThe 1101The 1101The
The remains of the late presMeat preside nt of
the United States after lying 17 Dg in state
In the city hall of Buffaloduring Buffabo durinrs theaf the itf t
ternoon or ofSunda3 of Sunday Sept
15 1 > will be i re
moved to Washington by special tr
traJ train in
on0ajonday on Mon Monday a Sept itf lean leaving Buffalo
at 830 a m and
reaching Washington Wa
hlngtqn a
at 9 p m The remain wH IthenTe then be
carried under the escort escort of a squadron
of united States Stat
cavalry to the
execu ere < u ¬
tive mansion where they th y will rest until
9 oclock l in the
morning of Tuesday TuesdayThe
Sept 17 17They
They The will IIi then be carrie < < tH t Ole
capitol accompanied by b a military and
civil hn escort the details of
which will li liparade be
given in a separate ae notjce The re ¬
mains will there lie In state Religious
services sen1c 8 will 111 be held in the rotunda
of or the capitol on Wednesday Yedne daj at 12
oclock o lock noon At 1 oclock the remains
under a a military escort will b be trans ¬
ferred to a funeral car and carried to
Canton 0 via the Pennsylvania Penng 1vanJa rail 18 ¬
road arriving there on Thursday at 11
a m where arrangements for f or the final
sepulchre will be committed to the
charge of the citizens of f Canton Can frfwn under
the direction of a committee to be se ¬
lected by the mayor of otthat that clty cit
No ceremonies are expected in the
cities and towns along the route of oftha tha
funeral train beyond the tolitn tollmffv > 4 of
Secretary o ot t State
The Theheads heads of the variousdepartments various departments
and their principal assistants were
busy today making arrangements for
the proper execution of so much of the
funeral programme as fell to them re ¬
spectively Secretary Hay came to his
desk early in the mOrning and re1 re1malned r rmalned re
malned there throughout the day da
Though it was was Sunday cablegrams of
condolence were still coming to the de department department ¬
partment p of state from all parts of the theworld theorld
world w orld
Troops in the Procession ProcessionIn
In the war department Acting Secre ¬
tary Sanger was In consultation with witheneral
General G eneral Gillespie Colonel Ward and andeneral
General G eneral Barry arranging for the trans transportation transportation transportation ¬
portation to Washington of the troops
to participate In the funeral procession processionmaking processionmaking processionmaking
making details for guard duty and andother andother
other o matters General Randolph chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of artillery who is to represent thermy the thearmy thearmy
army a rmy at the capitol ararnged with Ser Sergeant Sergeant ¬
geant at Arms rms Ransdell that they the theshould
should s cooperate in the management managementof
of the funeral ceremonies at thecapi the capi ¬
tol Four private soldiers will stand standwa standwatch standwatch
wa watch ch day and night one at each corneE cor corner cornef ¬
ner neE of the catafalque so long aa theemains the tberemains theremaIns
remains r of the late president shall lie
in the capitol building A suitable suitableguard suitableguard
guard g uard will be maintained at the en entrances entrances ¬
trances t and will keep the people in inalignment inalignment
alignment a when they are admitted to tothe tothe
the capitol to view the remains next ne t
Tuesday TuesdayActing TuesdayAcUn
Acting AcUn Secretary Hackett ordered orderedthat orderpdthat orderedhat
that t a detail should be made up cot coislsting COLslsUng
slsting s of two officers four petty of officers officers ofSeers ¬
ficers and twentyone privates in the themarine themarine
marine corps for duty at the capitol capitolnext CJlpltolnext
next Tuesday to supplement the army armyrepresentation armyrepresentation armyrepresentation
representation representationThe
The special guard of honor to repre represent represent repreent ¬
sent s ent the navy at the theuneral funeral ceremonies ceremonieswill
will comprise the following officers of ofhigh othigh ofhigh
high rank Admiral DeweyRear Dewey Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Crowninshield Rear Admiral AdmiralONeal AdmiralONeal
ONeal Paymaster General Remey Rerneyand RerneyandBrigadier and zndBrigadier andBrigadier
Brigadier General Heywood of the ma marine marine marine ¬
rine corps corpsWhile corpsWhile
While VhileGeneral General Brooke will be in gen general general ranoral ¬
eral charge char e of military arrangements arrangementsGeneral arrangementsGeneral arrangementsGeneral
General Francis S Guenther will bein beincommand belncommand beincommand
command of the military contingent in inthe Inthe inthe
the procession Colonel Samuel Reber Rebersoninlaw Reb Rebersoninlaw er ersonInlaw
soninlaw of General Miles has been beendetailed beendetailed beendetailed
detailed to meet Mrs McKinley andlook and andlook andJook
look specially after her comfort while whileColonel whQeColonel whileColonel
Colonel Henry W Whitney of Genaral GenaralDittos General GeneralMiles GeneralMiles
Miles staff has been ordered toper toperform topelform to pea peaform ¬
form a similar service for President PresidentRoos PresidentRoos
Roos Roosr RoosrPublic t tPublic
Public Will bs b Excluded ExcludedAt
At the capitol Sergeant at a Arms
Ransdell directed the preparations of ofthe ofthe
the rotunda for the funeral service BarriosThe serviceThe
The space in even this vast structure strttotureIs stru ture tureIs
is entirely insufficient to meet the do domand dofraction
mandfor mand for admission of more than a atraction a aaction
fraction action of the persons who think thlnkthcy thlnkthcyshould they theynext
should be admitted to the services serv1cesnext serv1cesnextWednesdaT next nextWednesday
Wednesday The public will be ex excluded excluded
cluded as the accommodation will notsuffice not nQtsuffice
suffice for the officials who must bepresent be bepresent
present The diplomatic corps alone a10MwUl alonewill
will occupy about 200 00 O places and in ad a aditlon adStates
ditlon there will be the United States Statessenate Statessenate
senate and the United States supreme supremecourt s1lpremecourt supremecourt
court the house of representatives and anaa anda
a large number of officials army andnavy and andnavy andnav
navy nav and civilian civlllandhenry henry henryar Every ar army y and andnavy andnav
navy nav officer in into Washington th having havingbeen
been ordered orderedlarge orderedthey to attend the funeral funeralservice fupera1serd
service serd they of alone would consume a alarge alurge
large portion portionordered of t this seating space Thegeneral The Thegeneral Thegeneral
general public will have an opportunity anopportnnltyto anopportunty anopportuntythe opportunityto
to view the remains of the late latepresl latepresldent press
dent while the body Has in state st te be before before
fore the funeral service serviceThe serviceThe
The sergeant at arms has had the thecatafalque thecatafalque
catafalque which supported the rp rpmains
mains of Lincoln Garfleld and other othErstatesemen
statesemen brought out and has 1 s turned turnedit turnerIt
it over to the funeral directors Th ThcataCaJqup The
catafalque is to be draped drapedQnt entirely ly with withnewblack withnewblack withnew
newblack new black cloth c1othSergeant4 SergeanWj Serge nGiat t Arms ArmsRansdell ArmsRansdell ArmsRansdeil
Ransdell lias taken steps st ps to secure the theattendane
attendance at the funeral next Wed Ved Vednesd
nesday nesd of as many man senators as as can b9reahhe b4 b4reached b4reQched
reached and has arranged for a spe special specll1l speci ¬
ci cial li car to bring f from bm Chicago tc tcashlnglon
Washington such suchsenatoISfrom sanatorsfrom senators from west Western
ern points as can gatherthere gather there in n time timeDrills
Drills This car will bOattached boa tachedt to the regular regularenr
Pennsylvania P enr nI + sylvania lvanlatifinleaYbg trtileavi trainleaviijp Chicago at
3 oclock i crock p m M Monday nda thf hp 16th inst fastIt instIt InstIt
It will be in chargeof Charge oC B W T lagtpn lagtpnContinued asUm asUmContinued ton tonConUnned
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