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Bp " , q to ah Advg In Every Sense of the Word-THE HOME PAPER, ~
Former ]\ est Vir
ginian Makes A
Great Address
Hon. W. A. Nortncott. Unlteil States 1
Attorni-v. ot Springfield, Illinois. a '
Inrnrer West Virginian and brother ot J
Hon. Elliott Xorthcott, ot Huntington.
delivered the chief address at a |
Lincoln day celebration at Chicago to- (
day. The addrcns s an Inspiring (
one and Is as follows:
K& f
There are two great epochs In the I
history of the American Republic, i
One la the natlon-hnlldiiig epoch and '
the other Is lite natlon-prcrrvtus i
fejh , ?poch. Tne firat had Its scene of ac- <
ifcf/ir . tlon in the midst of the thirteen Colonies
on the 'Atlantic sea-board and Us <
-eentrnl Hgore was George Washington. '
The second epoch had lis prlneipot i
stage Of conflict In Uio Mississippi '
IValley and Its hero was. Abraham Lin- 1
'? ' coin. I
Wo recall the history of the early I
pi settlements of .lata-stown and Ply- I
mouth Rock. We seo the growtn of 1
thirteen colonies peopled by the 'liber- 1
tty-lovlng -Anglo-Saxons. Wo stand l
with the throngs In the old town i
meetings on the commons of Bos- <
ton and hair tho thunder-bolts hurled
%%$; toy Samuel Adorns nt the tyranny of i
the British. We again hear the match- i
; less eloquence of Patrjck Henry In the '
-{halls Of the Virginia assembly, and the ,
continental congress. Llko mountain
. . peaks loom tip the figures ot Washington
and Franklin. Wo watch In
-the morning twilight tor the coming
ot British regulars along the streets
in the unlet villages ot Lexington and
|p?j|pi -Concord. Wo stand amid tho glories
of Bunker Hill and vralt with Washington
and his barefooted soldies In
dho snow at Valley Forge, and applaud
lis victory at fronton. We witness
"' Bnrgoy.ne's surrender at Saratoga and
Corawallls' at Yorktown. We stand
In the city ot Philadelphia and hear
tho old liberty bell peal out the birth
of liberty upon a new continent; and
ap[A? hear tho plaudits ot the world at the
Immortal words of the Declaration ot
Independence, as penned by the lib
erty-lovlng Jefferson. Wo see a new
nation horn, dedicated to freedom and
constitutional government; created by
a people whose forefathers, upon the
plains at Rimnymede, had wrested
from King John the Magna Oharta.
. the bulwark of Anglo-Saxon liberty;
a nation that whs to exemplify to all
history tho truth that all governments
derive their just powers from the consent
of tho governed.
VIM11 .... ... I
Nations are not made, they grow.
In the beginning ot this republic our J,
' forefathers left two great questions
for future generations to solve. Ideas (
are things, and It was a contest upon
these two great ideas that moulded (
the bullets that were fired In the civil
,hj.' mar. As the teachings ot Voltaire an I (
Rousseau culmlrjted In tho French
Revolution, so the discussion of these
two great questions ended only at
Hri ' The first found an early expression
In the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions
ot 179S and 1799, Inspired by Jefferson.
They formulated the contention
thnt tho right of the State was
above the right of the Federation.
jeuereon, me ilherty-lovlng Jefferson,
who had Just como from the shadows
of montirchy, know no central Initios
except the centralization of personal j
government He AM not fully under- ,
stand that In a representative govern- ,
ment the greatest danger Is not In .
centralization, hut In disintegration, ,
Ho had not came to reallzo toat the ,
greatest tyranny Is the tyranny of the ,
i chief of a petty tribe, and that In em- ,
plre there Is liberty. That In n great (
representative government where nil
pewor comes from the people, there .
ts no danger of centralization. Cal- (
houn, as the disciple ot Jefferson, car- |
Tied this Idea to Its logical concluston ,
and advoeatod the right of nulllflca- ,
Styles In I
fc Barretts
il ' ^
\v v ' J volet* 1
And 0>ptlcl?n*. 1
C '- i ' < ~
Ifeft-'V-.: -
ion and secession, and closely conlected
this auestlnn with the'otnsr
treat question ot human slavery. This
contest brought Into action the trans endent
eloquence of Daniel Webster,
rhoso defense of the supremacy of
ntr federal government will always
je a part of our national history. It
'ound Its most diramatic Incident when
tndrcw Jaeltson faced South Carolina
n Its .nullification and, with upllftel
rand, swore by the Eternal that the
Ight of toe Federation was above the
Ight of any State. And thus comnenccd
the contest that ended only In
ilvll war.
Here upon the -prarles of Illinois
store than seventy years ago aprwSitred
the plnud Of the impend
ing stojm. The death of Lovejoy at
\|ton battling for the liberty of speech
ind for human freedom. Inspired the
jratory of Wendell Phillips upon the
xnnmons of Boston, wnose words
rang out in favor of liberty like the
mil to battle. His death lent strength
:o the noble Garrison in Massachusetts.
It was with John Brown when
he died at 'Harper's Ferry. It inspired
the pen of Horace Greeley,
ivhose words lighted the fires that ;\inlly
m<?Ited away forever the chains
)f slavery.
In the mrfdst of this 3torm came the
glossal figure of Abraham Lincoln,
'the grandest man who has come to
is on the tide of time." His origin
vas as humble as that of the lowly
tfazarene who bore his cross on the
'nr^ifT ahnros nf A*S jl flnli.
:ary mountain peak towers above the
ilnlns. so gtooil Lincoln above big environments.
The centuries will ask of
llm ?s they have asked of Shakesleare.
from whence came his ,greatio?s,
and out of the Eternal will
:omc the answer that God gave It.
The first real Americans wet*.
:hose who crossed the Appalachian
nountalns into the Mississippi Valley.
l litis came Anurew jucusuu uuu j 1 t-n y
Clny ami thus came tlio parents nt
Ibrohnm Lincoln, This host ol plou>ers
Irom Virginia and the Oarollnns
nto Kentucky and Tennessee and
hence Into Illinois, made the _bnci::round
Tor the figure of Lincoln ami
hoy were the men In whoso midst
vas fought out ihe second great Araiercan
The ."tars shine upon no greater
leople than those who live here In
he valley of the Mississippi river,
[reater than the Tigris or Euphrates;
[renter than the Nile, that flowed by
lie homes of the ptolinles and Pha nohs,
end upon whose banks sit
rrand, gloomy and peculiar, the evera8tlng
pyramids; greater than the
[fiber of ancient home, from whoso
milks tne Imperial Caesars ruled the
vorld; greater than the Rhine, in
vhoso valley contended the Teuton
rnd th? Until fn,? the Ronremoev of
Hurope and the world; greater than
ill these because It flows by the home
if freemen. And Illinois stretching
rain the Great Lukes on the north,
o the very heart of the Southland, berime
the keystone of tills great valey
and here lived and wrought Abralam
'No; without thy wondrous story,
Illinois, Illinois,
Jan be writ thy nntions glory,
Illinois, Illinois.
)n the record ot thy years
tbraham Lincoln's name appears,
Irani and Lognn and our tears,
Illinois, Illinois."
Lincoln was lust entering public
Ifo ns n member of the Illinois Legcl
a hi pn nt , S? rAAMYAth'a aahIa.I .f ,1.1a
jovernment. Chief Justice Marshall
wis vet breathing Into our ConstltuInn,
tho breath of n broader National
Ife. Those slants, Webster and Callnun,
were buttlins over the relollon
>t tho States to tho Federal Governnent.
Webster's great reply to Hayne
vas ringing throughout the country
Ike a call to battle. Thte great
ipeeeh built tho breast-works behind
vhlch tne Union soldiers fought from
ISfil to 'Go. Lincoln caught tho Inipiratlon
of tho times and he believed
vlth Wnshlngton and Hamilton that
ho right of the Federation was obove
he right of any 3tnte. These great
itstesmen woro aristocrats but Lin:o!n
was one of the people and put
nto practlco what Jefferson taught In
:heory- equality of all men before the
aw. Without bring an aristocrat,
blncoln believed In tho supremacy of
ho national government, nolloviiur
n the equality of men, ho denied Jtf-dncoln
became the champion and em*
fContlnuod on Page Bight.)
3olltc Vnudeivlle and Motion Pictures.
Vaudeville Matinees,
..Motion Pictures every day, 1.30 to
1:00 p. m. Night, 7:00 to 10:00.
tongs and Pictures CUangod Every
Ward Conventions
Were Held Last .
Night Z
* 1)0
The Republican ward conventions
held Itat night for the purpose of nom- *
inating a councllmanlc ticket for the 1,10
coming election were well attended. wal
There was much enthusiasm manifest- ?'lr
ed at each meeting and everything 4811
passed off In perfect harmony. e'^'
.The First ward convention was call- '4m
ed to order by Committeeman George ors
Shomaker, who named Dr. J. W. Jfc- 'lur
Donald temporary; chairman and H. J. 04
IfcElfresh temporary secretary. The 0011
temporary organization was made per- A
manent. serl
Komlnatlons werey declared In or- Jan
der. Constable John SI Walker nom- ?en
Inated Z. W. Morgan. S. E. Jenkins ^?1'
was the other candidate The vote 'tar!
was by ballot. The friends of each ?'('
candidate voted their choice-by print- Tr('
ed slips that had been prepared. 'p"
Before the votes were counted each
hnn/IUiila nnmoil ji HppIt ami n toiler.
Mr. Morgan named Luke Brown clerk for
and Fred H<arr teller. Mr. Jenkins parl
appointed Earl Coomb clerk and Fred ^oul
Stealey teller. nml
The counting of the vote showed ^G'(
that Morgan received 83 votes and
Jenkins received 39 votes. aIH'
The matter of selecting 20 dele- ^ el
gates to represent the ward In the city
convention on the 17th day of Febru- 1
ary was then taken up. The voters
were instructed to select 20 men from ^
the voters present. The degelates selected
Orvlil Holland, 0. P. Morgan, Earn- j
est Hawkins, P. G. Stealey, G. L. Carpenter,
Joe Carpenter. Jud Miller.
John S. Walker, Hary Shaw, Sanford ^
T?""? HIawJ Oafni>n(ni> Cannro fih/v.
UUUCD| i'lUJU wua ? ? Pflll
malier, John Van gilder, Brady Spring- (n
er, F. A, Harr, James Stealey, J. W. cat|
McDonald, A'.'Stealey, Jerome Merri- ^ :
Held and Clark Steele. George Sho- ^
maker was .reelected committeeman.
Second Ward. (0 (
The Second ward convention was ^
called to order toy W. S. Hamilton, ^
wlie named W. E. Arnett temporary B
chairman and Dr. E. W. Howard tern- n(rt
porary secretary. The temporary organlnatlon
was made permanent.
A resolution was passed Instructing ?
the candidate to prosecute his cam
palgn on the platform that If elected """
he will comply with the voice of the '? 8
voters of tho city In regard to the II- vls
cense question. The resolution passed 'ni>
was as follows: wor
Resolved. That the Republicans In '
convention assomhled In the Second
ward of tho city of Fairmont, West
Virginia, on this, the 10th day of February,
1909, hereby Instruct the proper
authorities to place the words "For IS
Ucen8e" and "Against License" upon
the official ballot to be voted at the
city election to be held on tho third qSaturday
In March, 1909. jon,
And be It further, Resolved, That mot
the nominee of this convention for nt
council be hereby instructed to abide m,|n
by the vote of tho people on the license t|lr(
question, and voto accordingly should on|,
he he elected. jj}. j
Be It further Resolved, That the A j.
above resolutions be, and are hereby grel
4Kb nf/utfuwUnna rvf tKte
" (11.1
convention, and the same shall ho ccr- m |
titled by the otllcers of this convcn- j.?ri
tton. jjlls
Unanimously adopted. U,r(
(Continued on Page Five.) tl101
i the!
Special Matinee
Special Scenery and Splendid Special- Feb
ties. of (
PRICES?Adults, 25c, Children, 1Cc. M
?- nt.n
Fairmont Dairy Company Is now
prepared to supply all demands with
butter of the vory choicest, at prlcos
lower Uinn tho prevailing market ^
price. The dairy Is headquarters tor ^
choice dairy products, all of whtoh are
absolutely puro and clean.
or I
Cottage Cheese, Milk, Cream, Butter.
rrow all 'America will unite In a li
e of homage and veneration to tl
mory of one or the country's for
st statesmen, anil exercises coi
morattve of the one hundredth a
ersary of the hlrth of Abraham LI
1 wll be held throughout the nadlo
lie these centennial services wt
conducted from the Atlantic to tl
:111c and from the Great lathes
Gulf, all eyes will be turned t
d Lincoln's old home back
Ingfleld, Illinois, whore reprezent
ves of several of the leading fo
t nations will vie with patriot
erlcans In doing honor to the met
of the war-time President who ot
ulred years ago flrst saw the llgl
day In a little log cabin tn Hard1
nty, Kentucky.
party composed of Hon. Jules Ju
md, the French ambassador; Ho
tes Brycc, the English ambaswtdoi
ator Dolllver, Interstate Common
imlsslonor Harlan, Assistant Socr
of Stato Phillips, Hon. W. 1
gely, former Comptroller ol U
asury, anil Mr. Scott Hnniphrt
Washington at midnight Wcdne
In the private Pullman car Rocki
r the Baltimore and Ohio rallrot
Springfield, where they will tat
L In the Lincoln -celebration. Tl
ney .wlll be by way of Clnclnnn
Flora, the party reaching Sprin
I to-morrow morning. The reltir
will be made by way ot Chlcag
the distinguished mea wll Iear
;o Saturday morning over the B.
ind arrive In Washington at noc
Has Many Calls
r. C. J. C. Bennett, hern! of tl
rmont State Normal School, Is stl
treat demand as a lecturer, on ed
ona! subjects. To-morrow he gor
Slklns, where he will give tw
:s to teachers In the afternoon nn
ther at night. He goes from tlioi
Joalton to address a meeting o
urday. Next week ho has promise
go to Gaston, Lewis county, nr
tisvlHe, Braxton county. Ho cai
accept anything all the Invlt
s he receives.
r. Bennett has already ben askc
lellver a number'of conmiencciner
rosses nnil lias ncepteu inviramior
peak at Harrlavllle, Bcllngton. D
anil Buckhannon. He Is an Inspl
speaker and he is doing o grot
k In arousing Interest In eJucntlo
he State.
With a Rush
ha three day stilt sale at E. (
cs' Department Store opened th!
nittg with the opening ol the dooi
eight o'clock ami before man
utes had elapsed the storo wn
raged with shoppers who noede
: a glance at the bargains In sll
ho ya'ni to take advantago of then
eautiful lino of statin foulards t
itlv reduced nrlcos went fast a
the messallnes, which are no
popular, while the fine bargains I
[I wide taffeta have dene a run
In ess all day. The sale contlnm
nigh the next three days, and a
ugh the demand has been Ineav
re are ktdll many attractive be
is If ft.
lepresentatlve of Monumental Cu
torn Taltorina Company In
tho City,
representative of the Monument!
lorlns Company, o( Baltimore, wi
at our store Friday and Saturda;
ruary 12 and 12, with a full Iln
loraostlc and Imported woolens I
j measures and orders for tullo
10 suits. Ho Is a praetload ma
can give you an accurate (It b
careful system of measuring,
omo time ago wo decided to til
tlnue handling ready ntado elotl
nnd have arranged to glvo our cu,
era tho benoflt of the very Iowot
e on tailor niatlo goods bellevln
; better fits, beter values and bo
satisfaction will be the result.
11 suits and ovorcoats, (15,00 an
Leave your orders for ImmodJat
liture delivery.
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ri- a
" Vote Provided For 8?
In Cities And s
nn Towns ?
111 ><
lei mim.PSTON. Pnh. 11.?The CralK ?
10 local option Btoani roller was again In v
0 line working order In the senate yes- g
ln terday afternoon, defeating an effort t]
a" to send the bill back to Its second
r" reading for further amendments, and ^
passing It by a vote of 17 to 11. The
n" vote stood: A
10 Ayes?Ashbtirn, Bailey, Baker, Cos- a
sin, Craig. Gartlan, Hatfield, Johnson,
Llttlepage, Miclntyre, Meredith, Mil- Bl
Icr, Santce, Silver, Smith (of Raleigh),
s' White, Zllllkln?17.
n' Noes?Blue, Carroll, Coffman, Eng'
land. Grimes, Hazlett. Kldd, Shlnn, 11
'e Smltli (of Cabell), Sutherland, For- al
nran?11. "
The friends of Ihe bill got but one
ie setback. They were willing to amend f
'J the bill to suit the objections of Sen- |
s(" ator Blue, who called attention to the
" fact that while a dry vote in the en"
tire county would not nlfect a munlcl
,0 pallty that voted wet, or had an cx"*
cltjalve license granting charter, If the Sl
country districts voted dry the vote
on the entire county would be wet ben
cause of the size of the wet majorities
0| in the city. Then licenses could bo
' granted In the country districts despite
tlie fact they voted dry. Senator J*
,n Craig was milling to concede the (
point and offered an amendment to m
that effect, but some of the opposition,
smarting under the hurts of the steam vl
roller, refused the unanimous consent
that was necessary to carry an amend- c<
ment to a bill on third reading. Craig ^
"? > h? ? "! iw> 4Un lirvncn eem. I D
mittee and ask that the amendment be
" Inserted.
10 England In Oppcaitlon. "
11 When the bill came un yesterday af- ?'
ternpon on Its third reading, England
? asked that It bo shot back to Its sec0
ond reading because It required amend- K
J ments, Inasmuch as In Its present n
e form It was not so good aa the pres- ?
n ent liquor laws. Meredith protested, '
contending that the sense of the sen''
ate In favor of the hill as it was drawn
"" had already been clearly manlfeated. ?
a* .. _ ? ... ui tl
iKldd canefl uie oiu a mure buuwp
fuge and scored the Republicans, 1,1
'' claiming that they were Ignoring their w
11 platform pledges and letting the whis13
key people write their local option
bills. He called attention to tho fact "
r" that cities which havo exclusive power
to grant liquor licenses wore not per- ''
11 mltted by this power to hold local option
elections, as It applied only to the Cl
communltloa for which county courts '
grant licenses. 1
Filibustering Is Balked. ln
f The motion to reconsider the action
by which the bill was ordered to third
reading was then beaten, 11 ayes and ,j,
17 noes. Several filibustering motions sf
7. were defeated and then varloUB 0I
Is amendments were proposed, all or th
s which failed to secure unanimous con- c(
y sent except one by Gartlan, which met n<
s Kldd's and Hnzlett's objection, by pro- m
,| testing that local option elections shall
It nl6o Ire held ln Incorporated cities Ci
j, and cures one defect. th
!t After the bill was pnased by the t,
,8 vote given above Kldd moved to ft
x amend the title by making It read "A jj
n BUI to Extend the Liquor Trafllc." He \
it mustered hut four votes In his behalf. c(
t? ol
). Banks Closed To-morrow.
' The local hanks will be closed all
I i>
day to-morrow, (Friday), In observnnce
ot Abraham Lincoln's 100th
birthday anniversary which Is a Na- 1,1
> tlonnl holiday. ^
s- st
-FOR- sl
;j St. Valentine's Day I
h = w
0 ROSES fj
* also
' e h. weber & sons
Successor of Ed. M. Hall.
1 Con. 'Phone, 637. Bell, 538.
enate spends whole day on
sutherland bill?house
busy too.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 11.?The Sontc
Unlay spent the entire forenoon
essfon on bill 140, Sutherland's road .
leusure, and again this afternoon It (
as the principal topic of the solons.
evoral important amendments were
dded. This Is one of the longest and
tost Important bills before the Leglsiture.
The House took up the road bill,
hlch Is bill 189 In the House, but It
ns tabled until disposed of In the r?
enate. Several bills were passed by *
le House to-day, ob follows: a
Bill No. 33, the Hearnc street car It
111. u
BUI 222, Increasing tnc duties of the li
ttorney General and making the sal- ti
ry 94,000. ' ti
Bill 176, relating to duties of asses- P
BUI 268, relating to fraternal orders. K
The prohibition amendment nroposlon
and the penitentiary Investigation 11
re the principal topics of conversn- 11
on at the State capital. "
WHEDLING, Feb. 11.?Tne main "
tints fo far brought out In the Peni- tf
Hilary Investigation are summed up
i follows: w
W. T, Seabrlght, a fifteen-year con- 31
ct from Benwood, testllled that J
irough Clark Sprouts, a Republican j"
uinty committeeman or Benwood'. It
id been arranged with Directors *
loyd and Hamilton that hp was to
ive his Irlcnils do all they could for *
andldnto Arnold 3chorr, and If the "
Her carried the county he (Sea- J
Ight) was to be paroled. Toought
was bis Influence that Induced Mr. 01
nrouts to come out for Schorr. The m
ranty was carried for Scherr and he
ss recommended for parole. Witness ai
ild the governor got "next" to the 81
sal and held up hlB parole.
George Chapman, a five-year con- to
ct, of MJngo county, told of giving 51
nard .Toe Bloyd the sum of $50 and w
lat tho latter agreed to have him
troled or return tie money. This A
as during the year 1807. Witness j"
arned shortly afterwards that Bloyd
id deposited $5 to his (Chapman's) J
edit with the clerk. Witness sa.d
mt during the latter part of July
iptaln Dawson told him he had In '''
ib possession $45 which 'ne had re Ivod
from Bloyd and that the money
longed to him (Chapman). Witness
ought CnDlaJn Dawson waa holding 111
0 money with the Intention of glv- jj
c It to him when he was disc'.urgt.
Clerk' Legg told of Mrs. C. E, Had)X,
wife of the lute warden, having
ild mlh from cows kept on the prls1
farm and tended hy convlcla, to
e convicts, from which Bhe had relived
between $2,000 and <2,000. Wit- tl!
>ra had no knowledge of any or this "
oney tying turned over to the state. r
That the West Virginia Clothing
smpnny has for years rurnlshod all 01
c clothing purchased for convicts.
egg's records hhowed that during "
le pant Ihreo years the West Vlr- sc
nla Clothing Company, of which J. Pl
. Bloyd Is the sole owner, had ru>
lived through thcsto sales the sum
<10,019.20. In
Horae Takes a Run.
Hartley's horse started to run away
lis morning. Ho was caught before U
) had traveled vory far, but not until 1'
; uiunc tv QUUib VI U1V WVIIVVi J WtlgUU
id had freed himself from the ye- T
icle. The horse started on Monroe 1
rent. He ran down Monroe street,
arted up Porter alley toward the
istoHleo. In making the turn at Port
alley the right forewhcel of the
ngon struck a flrcplug and the horse v
ronchod tho shaft off. He did not Bj
it any farther.
TU> lUlunue ftnerl" Tlieafer
( lie IV ?-/ - UWVU
For To-day. V
A Blograph "Thriller," m
One of t>o most esolting and Investing
subjects we Mavo ever
lovra; every moment ot intense InresL
(Union Associated Press,) '
WASHINGTON, Fob. U.?Rej^tbj.p
aclvod here ludlcato diat;wnori^|S
III be alnKwt'unlyorsallylf^^^SgJ
t u holiday throughout
i honor of the cento an lair tnniveSlM
iry of the birth of Abrahaim Llncoln.-cV;
1 the South as well as the North,
io west
Chute will be paid to tho martjr;,|
President Roosevelt haa left for
entnrky, Lincoln's birthplace,, where ~'$i
? will deliver the prlnci^l:addii^||
t Uie dedication of the monument
int h'.iB been erected on the . site of
le old fog cabin In whlchlliHSSuSBB
u bora. The farm surrounding the?!?
lltln Is to he purchased by tile auVi-i
nrlptttm of citizens and' a purecum
ected ivhlch will serve to preserve^
it only the log cabin itsoir, but oth?|s
[(creating historical relics of Uncoln ,.. ;,
id the pioneer'd'ay?.'tei?!lSfe^^^W
There Is scarcely a city ot any size
i the United States that wltL'tw^UflHIl
iproprlate oerenioiiles on that dayminiomoratlng
the birth ot Lincoln.
Is speech nt Gettysburg will be rehd;;5f
: universities, schools and public ;|
In this city tne day will 'be observes
I as a general holiday aodrj&^m^H
id representatives, regardloiiytBiwwMH
will do honor to",
tilO-ign a monster celebration will be.-:S
sld, with PresWent .Woodrowl^M
m, of Princeton, as the orator^of the,;:;.^
ly. Springfield, ill.,
as so well knowD, will obroyr'eX^siBB
mtennary with a great
orfc City's observance will InclttdeVg
>ur large mass mnrtin'm
nus smaller gatherings
President-elect Tatt Is expectedwwUm
rive In New Orleans, and tho pr.t amme
of reception arranged, in
mor will doubtless include a tribute
the memory o( Lincoln, Various oth
sout/rern cities will have Lincoln,
lobrntloim, Including Lotilsvlllo, Atnta,
Richmond, Jacksonville and St.
ngustlne. Observance.of
i geeural throughout tho West
iporlant meetings will .be hell>}tt;^S
Indnnatl, Detroit, MUrwaukM^^uBjH
ml, Des Moines, St. Louis, Kansas.
Ity, Oklahoma Olty, Denoer,r:silt;S
ike City, Seattle, San Francisco, jMfgl
ngelea and other oltle?'^^^SHH|
The city of Boston has hoea workg
for months to prepare fitting eerei.iii
onlflls for Lincoln day. A special
lbbard, has clfirge of the- affair tfaj&jl
is arranged for ceremonies In Symlouy
Hall In the evening, when.exov.
John D. Long will deliver Iha
No less than three propositions,
ivo been made to Congreaaitf^fe: jj
ngly preserve the momoty of IJntin.
One involves a gjmtMmBBHB|
om Washington to the q^qjwBaBIB
ittleflold; a Becond tho enlargement
1 tho Capitol grounds and tho orcein
of o nertfttvle fl'nh total twins toW
oction or a nut-tablo monument on
>rernmnnt owned grounds alongthar
itaomc below the Washington monu- Sre
The proposed highway from Wash- V
gtnn to Gettysburg would oost >7,
tCoutlnued on Pisa 'Foar.T^MM
!e Sure You Are Right,
ten Go Ahead
rr you want to buy a stout pair ot
orklng shoes or a Use pair oC dW*

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