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Indiana Probably showers to night and Tuesday. r Eh .Daiiy Palladioiiio Call on the Palladium for Pine Stationery. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY EST ABLISHEU 187. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. MOBY OF SOLDIER DEAD RICHMOND PEOPLE TURN OUT ENMASSE TO PAY TRIBUTE. TO OUR FALLEN HEROES Services .at .Easthaven .Cemetery Speech of Dr. S. R. Lyons Flowers in Profusion. Memorial Day is here and with it comes memories of the days of other years when the youth of the nation went forth to fight the battles of the war for freedom a war forced upon the nation by those who were not in accord with the declaration of inde pendence. With this lay comes thoughts of departed ones who lie in unmarked graves and also those over whose remains monuments have been placed. JThe lessons of patriotism and duty taught on this day are in valti&ble and each succeeding anni versary should be emphasized more and more. Grand Army hall Avas a scene of great activity. Members of the j ;'- s -S v i.s t M -'1 Cfll ' ' H k! v J ' :r BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBDBB PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DELIV ERS THE MEMORIAL ADDRESS BEFORE A MULTITUDE OF PEOPLE The Historic Field of Carnage Vast Sea of Humanity The Address. ryia (By Associated Press.) Gettysburg, Pa., May 30. Memori al Day is being appropriately cele brated here. The old veterans and others interested in the proper cele bration of the day were astir early. The school children took an active part and furnished flowers in profu sion. Thehistoric battlefield was vis ited by vast throngs of people, where memorial services were held. Presi dent Roosevelt was greeted enthusias tically and his address on the occa sion was a scholarly effort. He spoke as follows: The place where we now are has won a double distinction. Here was fought one of the great battles of all CELEBRATION AT KBNLE HOME Grand Army and Woman's Relief Corps were on hand early making bouquets and wreaths out of the beautiful flowers donated by the kind people of the city. In the morning the committees ap pointed for that purpose visited the different cemeteries and placed flow ers on the graves of departed com- TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING FITLY OBSERVED HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE Were Present From Out of Town Many Excursions Run Services at the Home. SAILORS AND MARINES Remembered on This Day. One of the new and nice fea tures of the memorial services at Earlham was the strewing of flowers on the water in the large fountain in the cemetery in memory -of . the .sailors and marines who found watery graves while serving duringthe war. This service was carried J out by the ladies of the Re el; lief corps and was mostimpres- sive and beautiful. This ser- xrA. R. C. rti -morial Day. CUTTING AFFBAY D NORTH 'END rades and small flans in the flag hold ers At 2 o'clock in the afternoon a The celebration yesterday af the Wernle Orphans' Home, south of the J city, marked the twenty-fifth anni I versa ry of the founding of the home. This "silver anniversary" showed I the great growth of the home if noth ling more, and any one comparing it j as it now is with what it was even I ten or fifteen years ago, could not arge concourse of people gathered at i , -, , . . ., , " : out its whole career, since the death (Continued on fourth page.) !of Rev. Wernle, the institution has J been prosperous and now is looked li i i upon as a model orpnans nome. Its Founding. In 1879, the Rev. Wernle of Galion, O., left a will which provided a be- quest of several thousand dollars to . - gtarted to Mix frui Un. nf m n.hvpV nrt RiV Ormrred Sat- the Ohio Lutheran Synod, to be used j in founding a home for orphans con-J urday Night. inected with any church of the synod. J The sum was wisely used and the re- j suits are apparent. The Ferari Bros. Carnival ended on Crowd Started Early. Saturday night when the drawing ot i vice is obligatory and is one of the prettiest of the ritualistic G. A. R. services. THE DBAWIE "RED" FITZGERALD PROVOKED FRED ALEXANDER, A NE GRO, AND THE LATTER DREW A KNIFE ON HIM 'te Woman's Relief Corps la';es gathered, at G. A. R. ha'l this morning to make bou quets of the flowers furnished bvthe school children and oth ' ei It was a task indeed, but vcJiOJgi lovej. lio,wcv were there in profusion. Four hun dred bouquets were made, 256 alone going to Earlham ceme tery. The ladies all worked hard to make the day success ful. All members of the G. A. R. and S. of V. will wear car nations this afternoon Mc Kinley's favorite flower. Also the fourteen little girls who took part in the exercises. WILLIAM TATE PASSES Af AT ONE OF RICHMOND'S MOST IN FLUENT! L CITIZENS AND ESS MEN WAS BORN IN SLAVERY A Leading Republican and Citizen Above Reproach A Shining Example. AN ASSAULT WITH N WO WEEKS -No One Hurt Two Drunks in Court. WOULD NOT BE SURPRISING TO THE JAPANESE TWO THOUSAND TROOPS Attacked by Japanese and Defeated General War News. War News. the check and rig occurred in the lobby of the Westcott Hotel. The committee who conducted the draw ing were Edward Fick, Geo. Shep pard and Albert Stoakley. The fol lowing numbers were drawn: Series A, No. 4977; Series A, 3125. Series B, 1G99. If the first number does not show up in two weeks from 9 o'clock last Saturday night, it goes to the next number and so on. The Red Men will net nearly $400 on the venture and they certainly did well considering the disadvantages. BRAND DDKE BEAB (By Associated Press.) Neustrelit. Grand Duke Wilhelm of Mechlenberg-Strelitz is dead. The ceremony of taking the oath of alle giance by the troops to the new duke look place today. ; i : , . i A little cuttinsr affrav created a Yesterday, as early as 9 a. m., bug- trifJe of excitement yesterday in the gies, carriages and all manner ot conveyances Avere to be seen going in a southerly direction towards the home. The C. C. & L. soon started (Continued on Page 3.) A GAY NIGHT For the Earlham Boys and Girls. northern part of the city. Fred Alexander, a negro, kicked a dog belonging to Ed Musser, which attempted to bite him. Musser got angry and threatened Alexander and John ("Red") Fitzgerald took up the quarrel (which was none of his business), and the two, joined oy others, followed the negro with (By Associated Press.) Liao Yang, May 30. The, impres sion at headquarters is growing that the main objective point of the ene my is Port Arthur and an assault within two weeks would not be a sur prise. Tokio, May 30. A detachment of Japanese troops attacked and de feated two thousand troops north east of Feng Wang Cheng, Saturday. The engagement lasted one hour. The threats and taunts until Alexander, Japanese lost tour killed and twenty turned and drew a knife and started , eight injured. The Russian loss is un to "carve." Fitzgerald was scared . known. out and then both were arrested. This morning in police court Alexan- William Tate is dead. One of Rich mond's best citizens has passed to the great beyond. Death relieved the aged colored man of his sorrow and pain at 4 o'clock on the blessed Sabbath! morning, an appropriate time for one j to die, who lived the life that Mr. j Tate did. The end came peacefully j and the aged man, whose silver locks j hung peacefully on his pillow, called his family about him and asked if all Avere present. When he was told that they were he said: Then lock the doors, I am ready to go. He then ad vised his children (his good and faith ful wife sitting by his side) to be good to each other and look after affairs just as he did when in health. To make home pleasant for the good wife he left behind, and to look af ter the property and not let it run down. He said his course was run and he was ready to go, and he felt sure that heaven was awaiting him, and having thus spoken he breathed his last. William Tate was born about sixty five years ago in Greensboro, Guil ford county, North Carolina, in sla- time, and here was spoken one of the few speeches which shall last through the ages. As long as this republic endures or its history is known, so long shall the memory of the battle of Gettysburg likewise endure and be known; and as long as the English tongue is understood, so long shall Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg speech thrill the hearts of mankind. The civil Avar Avas a great war for righteousness! a Avar wraged for the noblest ideals, but Avaged also in thorough-going, practical fashion. It was one of the few Avars which mean, in their successful outcome, a lift to- Avard better things for the nations of mankind. Some wars haA-e meant the triumph of order over anarchy and (Continued on Second Page.) SCBAFEE MURDER (Continued on fifth page.) der Avas fined the usual $1 and costs Saturday night two large hay Avag- for assault and battery, and Red ons, consisting of about eighty peo- ws fined the same for provoke. Both pie, Earlham students, Aere driven to paid, the elegant country home of Miss Jones, a mile north of Centerville. ' - Miller and Arthur Morgan were Songs, music, clas yells, etc., en fined $1 and costs for drunk. route, enlivened the Avay. The start Avas made at 11 :30 and the finish Avas Rungo's orchestra furnished some recorded about 2 a. m. All had a excellent music at the Earlham ban good time and the entertainment com- qUet Saturday night. It was -highly mittee was praised for excellent commented upon. They also play foi service rendered. Earlham commencement. Tangier. The United States cruis er Brooklyn has arrived here. The other United States vessels foUoAving. Authorities here consider the position of Pericardes and Varley more peril ous than before. St. Petersburg. The Avar office re ceived a dispatch from Gen. Kuro patkin today saying he had a report this morning that a Japanese advancq on IvAvan Tien had begun from Sai Matsza. The numbers of the enemy are not known. SENATOR QUAY Only Friends and Relatives Admitted Today. BeaA-er, Pa., May 30. Only imme diate friends and relatives of Sena tor Quay were admitted to the house today. Tomorrow at the church, from ten till one the body will lie in state. President RooseA-elt is expected to at tend the funeral but no word has been received from him. Miss Bernadetta Faske of south fifth street, has gone to Oldenberg for a week's visit. Special Grand Jury Called to Investi gate. Bedford, Ind., May 30. A special grand jury is called to investigate the murder of Miss Sarah Schafer. Judge Palmer, who in his argument for the defense said he had eA-idence locked in his bosom that would throw light on the case and will go before the jury and disclose whatt he knoAVS. SIDEWALKS Of a New York Structure Collapsed. (By Associated Press.) NeAV York, May 30. The sidewalls of a four story building at eighth street collapsed. It is belie-ed many persons were injured. THREATS MADE Washington. Consul Cumnieere ca bles that threats against the liA-es of Raisulis captiAes Pericardes and Var ley haA-e been made, unless terms of Bantis are granted. A dispatch from Admiral Jewel announces the depart ure from Tangier of cruisers Olympic, Baltimore and Cleveland. . ..