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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 12, 1909, Wellsville, New York                                 «r Itlitî  Mé^ tó&igtft áAdi  - Wftttter 'tÄfc ■ ' ' ' ■  mi»*  ■  tlÄ: r'-  ^ tí  Friday, Februaafy 12, 1900.  rm ïmm á wèix-ìrwò cents a ööw.  WEXX&miiE, NBW FRIX^ikir AFI^HOaM, F£BRÜAR¥^  BIRTHPLACE  President Roosevelt Lays Corner stone of Memorial Building  LINCOLN FARM ASSOGIATIOK PRESIDENT OEUVERS ADDRESS  Early Home of the Martyr President Had Been In Litigation Recently, Although It Has Only Changed Hands Twice Since Thomas Lincoln's Transfer—Log House Transferred From College Point, N. Y., and Set Up on its Original Site.  IIodg<onvH!p. Ky., Fob. 12.—Nowhoro ^\•ill the comnu-moration exorcisos ot the Lincoln contonaiy ronunnnd moro i Intorosl than those held In tills llttlo town. Two mllcH from her« on the Lincoln fiu m. which has hcMin purchased by a national association fonnod ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ coracratono for the purpose. President Iloor,Qvelt. ,  was laid. Tho  •v\ill lay tho cornerstone of a memorial ■ ........... »i.^  ■building now being erected by popular Hubscrlptlon to mark Lincoln's blrth-  Cxtol« Career of Great Liberator In Speech at Laying of Corneratone of the Lincoln Memorial—Diatinguiehed . Men Present — Escort of Former Wearers of Blue and Gray For Mr. Roosevelt—Exercises Under Auspices of the Lincoln Farm Association.  Ilodpenvllle, Ky., Feb. 12.-At America's liethiehcni, near this town, where ' her savlfit: wa.s born 1(K) years afio, the nation paid tribute today to the memory of Abraham Lincoln. Eloquent ppeakers extolled his fame, and on the Bpot/where stands the cabin in which  place and to protect for all time tho little log cahln in which tho martyr president was born^  r The centenary !i3dre3S will bft dO'  principal figure at the laying of tho cornerstone was I'resldent Itoosevolt. who delivered the main addre.qg,  Tho services at tho Lincoln farm "vvere heM under the auspices of the Lincoln Farm association, which has  liverod by President Iloosun-elt. Gen- labored long and assiduously in the oral Luke E. Wright, secretary of war, " effort, now crowned with Huccees, to will speak on behalf of tho Ton federate [ mark worthily Iho Pcenc of Boldiera. General Grant Wilson will ' bird,. The asrioc!!\li<»n was represent- f represent the veterans of the Union ; ir^, '.-resident, former Governor  army, and Ijincoln'a native state will !  be represented by Governor Augustus ■ IC. Willson of Kentucky. Other nd- 1 dresses will he made by Blshnp Gallo- | way of Misnirislppl and ox-GoveVnor , Joseph W. Folk of :M'ir,souri.  Rough Life of Pioneers.  Ir wns In i.'^O'i that Thoma'^ T.incoln brought Ills 1)ri(ie, Naiicv i!iiiil\S, mid t'-tabliiihefl th<' rmU> li(fle home th;if. tliroi» years l;it(M- was to wcMconie Into thi' wf)vld futui-«' iirt-sidoDt. Theiri. %vas the . rough life of pioneers; the farm wa^- Ih'Mi a,s it is now a sterile piece of l;u!(l. and to make both ends meet the oldf-r Lincoln did odd jobs of rarptMitry in the vicinity, l)esi(lcs working the farm, 'i"lie actual necessities of life were s^hlom lacking, but it was a life of severe ptn-fitv.  For some years Thomas TJncoln j served n« a county su)i<>r\i-^of of the! public road^. an important pnrition in i that time. i,;inilo\yuei-b; li-utrnn^ir-fittU i tax witli pick tind shovel then, and on | road mendinr; d'lV!^ he used to take J little Abe al'>np botli for con)i)auy and I ior hell). 1  At thai time Kentucky ofreved few : ivlUirenieuts to poor nia;< and in ', ISTf the i.irjci(!i>- -^'»M tlv! Uttle farm 1 nnd moved to I'uliaiin. Sul>sciiu<'nt!v j  Abraham Lincoln rauved into.....Illinois!  and the rest is liistnry. liut throuch ' distluiruishetl men at t'he feremonies nil the years that followr-d he nin-e.r j Roliert .1. (\.rilcr «f New York, to fonivt his first h'>m(>.. Tie rarely ro-, the country owes the preserva-  All Haiiils Taken Ofl and lanii-ed at Horfoik, Va.  • cfr  Fro-- ■  New Tonk. Fi-b 12.—Tho ahsndn«. xnent nt pea nf ihn foiir-n!3<<tM Bcbnonor Khir;t Hil'. hound from Jark-"sonvillc to rio'iton. w.is repor^M bj-Captaln L. Ti. Stanton of th-^ abrs- -r-^ Vi??cel In a ti^ir-irram fron^ >' ' ' Va,. r»>ccU'ed by Pendletor agenti« nf Use V'^*-"-»:! h«-rc  Ali band«! or botrr! • ' and landf'd ;it Noricrif 1-. ■ • . Thelma, on« of the ■ i  fleet, bound for S'a\annnh h 'm ì  York, whffh |>-ii in an opportuna» .-ìP-j , pe.-xrance on the -iftertsonn' of r-'^. <  ■ ■wh'»n the Kivira Hall, w-itorìn-r r- -t .-.r ! ; ' entlr^ly imman-SK-'.-^M^. ^fri;'::^!!'- ::  ■ witli ti).-' ako-st ì'i • n'-'-^- !! ca.?t of the entrini-'-fo b.,v »  } T?!0 Kiv:i-> rVìll v.Ms bv.ilt at '  Conn., In K-nT. ■ Fli^ is T'J'i tnn? rf-TÌ-- t ter. 200 feet Ioni. fe-^f srid 1! ■  ^ ffet deep. Pho haiìs irt>r.: don. Conn.. and is owne/ì uv kV\- ■  Reviewed a Parade of Citizens Miles in Length  BANQUET TOSIBHT AT S25 PER =  NO ANTI-ALIEN LEGISLATION  Cafefnet Sjpeculat'lOn—First Draft of In- -  augural Made on Tnp - Mr. Taft Assembly Votes $10,000 to Take C««-  Says Report of Consulting Engineers  v/il! Be a Complete Approvai ol Present PJans and Methods on the Isthnius — Canal Sure to Be Compiete J by January. 1915.  y'^vr Or^i^-'-r- F-kj. 12. -- Pro-!<irni-t!ect Taf', l-inded here frorrf" Panama ari -s-vi re-^ch'^d \'y  the pt!:;:" '.-'"v, -R-hopo pxì<>«t he I? i'> l-o r,"riling.  aus of Japanese In Câiifomiau Sscr»ní«^nto, Caí.. K(b, ÎJ.—Mo4iap>-feîion on the pnrt of h iriRlators aßd sua evident dispopltio î .. > ¿ispas^ of aîî r^ea^urcs t . Japaoes» mad other Rllenf> r' r-. • • á EÎon of til" 1<t1v, dopting &  snpg*T>îlon Governor GiUett, tîi» tSJS-Fernbly leti-d to aprupriat" $Î0.M5 to defray «^xpen-'o-? of a wîiîeb  ebaîl show Uie nunibfr of Japanese tn California axid the pursuU'i iß whicìi  bert tran'iportatien rom'^-.inv ih'"»"'  The revenuo rs-.tfr Onondasr-», wVA J in •%lr,ch l;-"^ heartily -''P-  be pent from Ni>rfe'ik tc s»:!r« h for V.:^ , pTovM tv--« i-.-nt lock typ'^ of canal  abandoned ?fTiooner. • acrr?« th-- of Panamti.  Whfn the HuH b»--can f^ffünE: ' re^-iev,--? i of cifii'-'n.'i, miles  day Mate Robbins of Thom-i-'on. ' i.^^ctb. at rieht a'tenn«><l one filled a. c.an \vi»h oj; r>r.il U'^in^ old , ^^ ' for a wick Hghi-»«! ilv- terch which nt " trftcted the Th- lma. '  Mr. T--.;: "•;-,;!•> a brief spo't^rh irx th-"^ th<*r aro entraped. The* .^tanstica sr®  RfteîT;cw'«n in "»bk'h L*'  BARKENTINE  IN  ,val season balls, that of of Ob©rt>n." To<îay Mr. S Taîî ---î:'. r.iìTe?-^ th--» Nesrro Y. M. C  DARWIN centennial today  ■ I tng an-,! ^aí nicht be the of honor  Hundredth Birthdav sf Great Scisntïs«^; ßi b^n^uc: at w^iich  Celebrated In Kew Vcrk. ' ^ --.itU'eny.-ill pay  , g, tn participate, baturday  Xe> VnvK. r-!.. hc-r.or r :!! î:o 'a  r'V.»»»!,,,. ft.:......1.. , ................).. ....., ■ ■ . '  Wireless Brings Six Ocsan Steam ers to Her Aid  CUTTER SENT FROM NORFOLK  CONVICTS RECAPTURED  Charl'^i ï).\r'.siii. tb»» fan-ouii Eng KCÌcrsii.-t. V.-.^.O Y.1 ,•> ;; -f- -day as Abrahatr. .t----:  of .Vow Yo;u i:: A;  |c:in r.îu^^V!."' r,,' N.itu:-i' II;-;o:y day.  The ri-n-.-^rr. «h"  Pat V. lu to ^ seitin- f,,-)rii r.i-j to •  ^ Si^í•n to tli.^ n.'x Acndr ii.j iîf S,' thp r.r-ad.'ir.y, s  C-nf.r.t-t'' r,h.-'tiee. Moniiay. he wlU îf\c 'íT retnrning agslr.  tr rirc!:trri W-dr-day.  WcfHed About Kno*.  to b.*» d in coRPidiTfition (yf fntoTB ΀!iSl?îaîîon. possibi- inv&Ulnsr a request br Califonila far n:j Asiatic escÎQsios act.  In the fpna'e a re- ;utjon hj Sf®-ator Marc Anthonv providing: for & special election wherein thf» Tcttesn of CaHfomla might express Ui^msttri» on the^'jbjf^ct of Asiatic Irr.migraîicfB, Vas ¿►■"feate^l by a voie of 22 to IZ.  The rep-^rt of the comîSÎttiNr cas, executive communlcatioiis acÎTiartsç a^air.^t nrfi-a'lrn lei',is!ation at th.ls tinif^ had T'L'i^n rriade the- special or^S'T in tb<^ j-en-'i!-', but its con-i^diratf-on TS?.? chut r.fl on a fiolnt of order XT^ä the nji'tpr preiüibly v.-'ill not M agoi.® revived.  f rst r ?  «Tiir  "hi* rrr,fsruil  councilmanic graft cases  Va r-î  "hi* rrr,fsruil     'isnrí    ■ .1 .;t; T.      ~ at '-î    e'.ú Thiî >.îr      Ti    r-vr Í      vî ; :              •.:' ':>■> -1;- >-          sd th-      c ■ Inf    î'.ÏTvi to X'X'ñ^          " th'^ iiíT.-     n of Mr. Taîî to the  THE LlNCOl-.X .MK.MOIMAI..  Joseph W. I'olk ot MissDuri: its Inde-fati.eahle secretary, liichard Lloyd Jone.s. who hail active charge of the j arranu'i'uftMits I'm- today's ci'!-i>uuinies, t and other oii'n ers and uieiubers. 1  Man Who Ssvéd Cahrn Present.  When Steamer Comus Came Up With Barkentinc Water Was Gaining on Men at Pumps a Foot nn Hour. Wireless Sent to Cape Hatti>vs and 1,000 IVlilcs to Sea Brought Steamer Lorimer and Revenue Cutter Onondaga 10'the' -Scène....... '  A projnini-nt liiiure ..in the cro.wd of  ierred to it, but after he had become president of th" Ignited flt.a'es he i;^ known to hav(> said: "Wiien the war is over I would like very much to visit my old Kentucky home. T remember It well."  But ho never did return and the farm and the little log cabin had a ■varied hlptory. Thomas T.lncoln sold the place to a family natru-u Creal and It remalnwl in their hands for over eeventy years. ItK beautiful rock spring was apparently its one redeem  Norfolk, Va., Feb. 12.--Thf- barken-tlne Matanza.s i.s in di-stre^^s off lii-Kennakcet aiul .ho is arikinsi for the as.slstnnce of a tu^: A wiroli>ss mes-I Kag-e to the navyyard from Cape Hai-I reraji state;; that thrr vessel- i--- lenkiTor-. at the rate of one fool per liour and ' cannot makf^ any pro,miand .^ira.l  tially t:- beimi swept to ihf i The revenue cutter Onondasa. already en route to sea, was ordered to ) answer the-distresii signals without  tion of the ciihln hi whicli the ureal 1ii>erator was liorn. In ISiiO the cabin wa.s removed from Its oriuinal site to i another a mile and a half distant, near Davenport. There it served as a sprlnR house until the early eighties, when it was bought by an enterprising show- | man and carted around tho country to i vciisehi and tho revenue cutter Onon-serve a.s an attraction at world's fairs : doga are keeping more or less distant and elsenltore. From this Igiioinlniou.^j ' ^'S-teh on thf- barUeniitio MMtau/M<  Returned to Sing s:.ig; Escaped Tuesday From Prison Camp. New Ys.rli. Feb. lJ.---|'anl Kepv. tho' niotarnian, and fnrnier Poiicensan Charle.s (.",. MoCnrihy, Siiu: Siiu; convicts Vvhu e.^.-nptd T!le.-„],iy i.-om v!ie '' -liHson-' TfVtVctv- ft.T'-i-ir.-.ar .Momit^.iir,  recaptured todaj in -»iVo-t Nov.- Yoi \ N. .1. Tiur men were in a t-ad st.ri • from expo.iur.> and liumror ;i.nd .-i'! rendered re.idi'.y wiien fnurivi. Tü'vv • were r.'tui-ntd lo Sinu Sir,;:;,  lioth men \\er" bi'te: in their nunciatioii .oi the tlHuu while in pri.^on.  "Sing SinLT üvIüü heli," Mnd  Kelly. "SDUietinie- fh-u jin; m a small (ell uiili ihr.'e itthe:- ti'en. '('he practices, euriiid ou er«-^ awiu!. The grub at Cue l an'.'i- v. iuk fit lo: doj^.s and we deciiied on Tuv^dav to clear  New York. Feb. 12.-Thanks to a chance. We  wireless summons sent bv thr> steamer , v,ould rather d-u; than  El Norte of tho Southern Paciiic , «^"¿"re what ^ve had to there and in Steamship company, ^six ocean-gt>ing |  rr-?-. : "  sîîir.:  s--ri KT»""-  n of Mr. Taîî to the  Th«' . pre^ifi-nt-erert chfî-slil aariere'îo tis íic-a plan or keepüis,  -prf^^ki" i:-; iinst cftSi.UlÇ->"'; ~ -  Ir.ît're:..--^ :!i it h:..- as yet tî.-'tiiî»'!  . n- I'v r. or-? -Ir'-'i^r C.: .- P.--1:. .1.  t-'-^t -Irat't of h'-? ir  another steel city  fate it was rescued by Mr. Collier. The outgrowth of his efforts to preserve It US a perpetual memorial for the nation Ing feature and only recently has any- ' jjj^, Lincoln Farm association,  one awakened to tho realization that j x\-bose labors will take concrete form thoaii l]0-acre?_had any value bevond-j the marble memorial which will bo the.lr yield in corn and sorgh,um. From ' ii,ujit around and over the shack Iti time to time the new,spaper.s have tin-|-nhich ijncoin was born, nounced thai the TJncoln birthplace i ^^eting as escort for President Rob.se-  bound for Philadelphia from Fernandia and sighted twelve miles routheast j of the Diamond Shoal lightship, flv- j Ing signals of diiJtress in a northea-t ! galo. 1  A wirele.ss message sent by the l-'ll ; Xofte "was-picked up bv the steani'-^r j Comus, which hastened lo the assistance of the disabled ship. The K1 Norte then proceeded upon aEsurance  fHARLIlS DAr.'A'I.S.  the pre-enui'-ui:  one of îi;e i-ji-'ai .j-r.h. I An;'-rica on n.trv.T;-,- ■ ; arceiued í  To Be Built Around Pr^poced Plant on born, ji: e.-ul- tii cf îh.  the St. Louis River,  ,, , ^---Î John .J. i^tew-^Ti.-oa, N.  bupenor. Wis.. Feb. 12.-A new cit y. : ,  like Gary. Ind., ig to be built by the!  Proftísíor 'ir.  . , .. , . ■ Tbv» celob'-atîr-n r^a..- dìr-  Ijnited htnte.-î bteel corporation aroiiad'  \ii.5î îbèr^-neoît-wi'ek..........  ■y*.-» !r."»"r.ritv oî îhe ÎM>ard o! clvî.î ,  ♦ wj» ï-";-:-■■'vr^.î .Tecarâîïje which tht'îr : jîn? '»[•''^eu ssîîoâ r<?!Kiraiîncr thí» ; v'xr.x.XT.i CT.--': s'.sdnthe Washlngio.i Tisiî pla-rmed "by r. Taît necess^irv. ^ Titi) ^ sii. go atoa ce to "Wa^h-  ts'gtOxi "î'^ ' îheir -voti?- It  ä "imj ■ bs sta'ï'd that thflr rf;port "^ìFì be rv. ir.i^in i"!:'-- r.^^ ^ s. cor^ip'^^ìf- aprr«.w3l m.? prest-at Tt.an« -{»-'nr-rv - ^nâ r.rethalâ on îhf Isihmus. T'i-v  i^eV-T^ tloa'öf -the G atan dxm, but iñTe ti-as -hei: ;ts.2îr;r.ent îhat Che dah ."«lll ^h^  The Tria'? of Three of Nine F4en îs» dieted Called For Tuesday.  Pltfibur^. Feb, 12- — The csswñ :hre.> of thr- nlTie mf^n icit-fî^-î rercrst'v in '"rinnerti'in viSC;; ttC" srt3tt32= -zrjft T<-andal ¡r: rhi-^ city wtU Ir'^ for trial rsflxt Tut^sda?.  \YÎS1::Î!ïî \Y. Rim;-''y, I»>rrr¡f'r pr^sî* dort f-f TjMr.i.in bask:  Aiïcti^t A. Vìlì^afk. fom> t ciishtiT ^ tha: Ir.&tipííion. ar-iì .íohn r. Ka--.e. a comniop. coimcihnan of thit cfiy, «tlì he tried separateTy on charär^: of ínií'-tlerrf^ar.or. In addition T.he-:- ar«» rsro sír.útatf' rafph 'against raitr^rpt "ssd"""  - Vi'sHck-for l-Fli-ery. fi-Mnl ta^L.-i.iSä'K.t-----  sgaisst Rani?oy an4 Vilsaek far irí»» denícanor, ard a cnncniracy cfear^ ^ ■ ■■"sarstîîçt men in %-hith ali ars  inlicted. masi.'nò all to ta caîled ag-íinj^t thtu:.  The ^rrt'îf'H ?pt for trial ih&a^ arlsin?;; out cf the alleged hrlbery sff  Kî.-'in by and. V.ilie'iä in.-.........i  ■-n-t^rtion 'with the ordiiiancf 'ï-oi?  p^ììàìììfr in comìcll'i r^ííatia^e'-críeos.  market reföbt  New York Provision Market.  New York. Feb, It.  WME.\T-~-No. 2 red. f-  aii'-.ai; .N'o. 1 northern Duiuth,  COP.N—No. 2 com, B£-w. TC^iiC L a, b. aHc.s.t. cievator.-  O^TS — Mixed oi;t.s, 25 lo it Ic-s^ f-'i-.-.TaCc; clii'ped vchite, '¿i to 4.2 I'ii^  PORK~Mes5, SIT.SOSJIS.OO; UmUf^ VJ.uO.  HAY—OC/od to cnoice, SOffSSc.  ' B'ETTER-—  farm was to be sold, hut as a matter of'j velt and lending a very picturesiiuo  fact It has only chaiiged hands twlóe touch to the occasion were the nH>m- from tho captain of the Matanzas that, since Thomas -Lincoln's original trans- ; bers of the Louisvi.lle post of the Grand he could keep hi^ vessel atloat.  a ?14.500.000 plant to-be -.n-cted tht..- ^  spring at a point on the Si. Louis river' V ^  wiUdn three iniles oi .superior. T-h^.j,^  blast furnaces are to be located on' ^^ ,;> . .. , .. ,  fer.  A few years ago it was civen into the management of a Rev. J. \V. Bingham, who removed the To.s: cabin to the exhibition at Nashville, and later  Arnjy of the Republic and the mem- When tho (^omus came up with the bers of the I.oui.sville carni) of the barkentine, a few hours later, tho  United Confederate Veterans. Tho minglinii of tlie' blue atni the gray on this oi'ca.sion ■eliciteli from President  sold it to some exhibitors who took it riioosèveit many ex[)ressi()ns of delight, about the countrv as a travelling show. ,  But a year or two ago the loi;s were found in a cellar at Collerte Point, l,ong Liland, whero it waA stored and with ceremony wa.s "restored to its original site.  Bought by Robert J. Collier. ■ Tho farm itself has be<>n the sub.1ect i of litigation for a(>veral years. Finally in Pior) it was advertised that "on Aug. .?8 the I,lncoln .fa.rni was to be sold from the courthouse steps at public outcry to the highest bidder."  Robert J. Collier of New York city had been negotiating for the property find upon the appearance of this notice lie dispatched Mr. Richard Ijloyd Jones to Hodgenville with instructions to buy the place if iwsssible,  Mr. Collier interested a group of representative American cjtizens in forming a national association for the preservation of this ground. This group of citlzen.s organized tho .Llnj c&Wa ssociiti^fwn'," --' vrhlch was promptly Incorporated under the laws of New, York. The title of -the l.luc&ln  of t'ae . Binereenth cu^utury ;- of ona wïï« -tíassea. h^^^ Un  ìsocia'tilón án'd' ílié' lpV'ogram'.f^^^ enlarg  'was at once b^giiö."  ■water was saining on the men at the pumi>s at the rate of a foot an hour and her captain decided to stand by. I A wirele.ss spuf. by him to the HatieiTi^ I station and out to sea a thouKiuKi niih'S brought tiio steanior T^arinn r to the j scene and t!ie two stood ipinrd civr ! the !iiat-a.i<za.=i unii! 5 o'clock when she I was reported iniles nonlieast ni' I tho Dianioiid Shoal.s lightship. The I Larimer tlien proceeded, leaving the , ComuK on guard.  coin's .Mother State." Then c;nne Pres- j The Comus ami, the Cape flutteiij^ tdent liooseveit, whose "Lincoln Cen- ¡station are hi wireless coninninie.ttiou' tennhii Addres.s" was received with i with the leveniie <Mitt-i' nnoii(i;i!M, -Gijruiiit nttfliiaon .ojiil nt .irs.;cjase vyitji ■.vbich is burriiug to ¡ho ;>n? great applause. The j)resideat's suc-ces.-^or as orator %vas yecretary Wright.,  The Mon Who Spoke.  The exerci.ses at the Lincoln farm beuan ¡il noou. The openinic address wa,'^ delivered by ex-(Jovernor I'\)lk, who siiitke on "The Lincoln l-'arni Association." He was foUowed by (Jov-eruor WiJlsun, ¿vhiíse theme was "Lin-  tho Minnesota side of the rivor, b\it auxiliary plants are to be located cu. tho Wisconsin side.  The Steel corporation h.ts Durch.i<:"d and clearfHl LtlOti .ler-e.--. of Irtnd ou th ' Wisconsin ?jde Tho .-uu! of $l-i.r)00.-000 has been a.-'idvv >Uns 'have  lioen drawn and tho < ruction  u'ev. v,'hi(.h put 'i:' th" i.Lu;; at  r,a:y h.as been ».¡d'-'ed i.) >'i;,eru)r tu bo;.;ln '.soih v.>i.;;i  woRKl^iG ou mm\s rules  îic an to the life  day's cel-'hratic-n r.t antnver--:!--.- e;' >  arf.r Hejl-. .^r  hi.-- bir-h.  Cehiri.e. i 'i":.»:-".  r.H Î . c- ■ b' a p-Tìe- > -  Thr fir< T!  tod:.- le. - ■  11 r« îastr-'r.d oí Te<^t. thas ssvîïig i;! i^oK-áZn'.! '"í<tTi Sarrrning Panama Trip,  în îïK íf.p-ef'b -cri thr- «teyiH.of thf city .b.-re >lr T?.it B::vde what h" s', lîTf oí i:;.? r^e.r^rt  Ì ^-ui íc si:- tí> yo-i that -/-.e u-rr'-i  S2iic; extra, (a 31 itc; pr^x^Da«, ;5-c; factory. ^^  EGGi?—State and ppnn-<yiv.'i3i3u, Sf^s, .CHEESE—Stata, full trsam. iascr.  POTATOES — Maiw". pe? liS IM»  f-.sykï-.i  Syffato Provision T^arket-  ^ Ziiiî^^iK Fób. ti. WììF,.\T—-No 1 rtO'-üiei-L. -csrlc^ian  No 2 7.XÌ. Sl.i:.: cons—so. 2 t,T\5C t .0. K  alca-;: No (>1-:-'},^ ^-7c.  OATS- No. 2 M,h:tt\ r..",*'-^ fC-Sc Î, ^ b. af.aat; Nsv 3 wh:tc, r> i - ^ fj  FLOrR —Fafíiy bU-úútl ^íatí^  OPPOSED to luxury  jK'.- . r, paíeni.  United States Natíonní Association ■Meets In New York Tonsght. Now Y(^rk, Foi; M.uters of :!;-  terest i?iid importance tt> • playera of-lawn tfcunis ;ire 'o b."- th;:>.-ihe<i out al  Ha'\a"a Doc;  Chic:, 'o. Ity i< gaiie;;  îiUr>, t'lUùc!  îMSXjlt  te '.Mvr  Net Wr.-t t-e  XÌXS* txy. m  I,. . , ,, i, . ! the meeting nf the l'nii-r^i .Stator, Na-ii"'-''■'>'■' j the iMatau'/.as, and with the Pruice 1 . , - ------------ , ... 1  I Eitel P'riediich, en route from .íñimaic i  ■ taf  who spoke for "The Confederate Veteran." Last on ttfe list of speakers wa.s General James Grant Wilson, the well known writer and orator, who spoko for ' The Fc-deral Veteran." Thy laying of the cornerstone foll6\ved tho ad-llresses. " ,  President Roosevelt spoke as follows: We liave met hero'to celebrate tho hundredth anniversary of the birth of ■■mG-ssS^-ii^i:.- of  one of the two or three greatest men  ! to New York, the CouKinehe on j her way from New York to .lackson-I ville. tho Seminole bound from Turks Island to New Yi/rk. and lite-I.amjias-sas out from .New Yoi'k for Tampa, tho barkentlne will not want for as-sistanco should it be needed.  (Coatiinietl on Sib page.)  Stephenson's Canvass Cost $107,793. .Madison.. Wi.s., F(>b. 12. riiited vSe'natoi- ' ^ ..through his ageut.'i. expended SIOI.T'.i;] afi a candidate'l\)r the noniln;'ii fpr tho |ofllee,of F^nited State-; ^eu:itor 'Mcide'ivt "'lo^tni* l,ii  Tbia 1b yhown in hi;4 olll< ial st;Ueiu«»:,r filed witia the secretiiry of state.  tlonaPLawn Tenni--- :is:-'ôi nitio.j nWííí .r-wlll be held In thi.i city tonight .\mo!î4 the mattet a to come beiore the ciation are th.« ì>ropo.5tNi chan^;es in tho rules governini; the trame and the rule.'^ governing the chaPen^e for the Dwight W. Davii international - cup. now held by the Austriilians.  Action, upon the disputc^î foot fault rule, the .eoverniìient,-of Uncfmen ,and umpires, th»"' al>oli>hniee.t of the standing out for cha!ie:-!c;v'^ tlie part o? ^•■ûh'ftJïïploas wiiì t'w tiiÄ-  eu by tha as a oc i nuoti.  The latèat' în càîiiag cá-riia anâ woddVug'''ïiïVitàÏÏôns'for 'át "thW oiflce, ■ Ñ  years -tvhi'r». î îs ■  v-'V-uU-:- - •  LdiU! ti'e lì-'  i-;<.rc;at:vi::- 1 was .i r.h.id -, >  water 'rer.-. -i :  an.î -.iht-n 'h- »-.r-t ^.irr. dui-.-d ^ o:;,-. v  nuide th:-^ c.-don't waîî' e\,i. •r.e-e prevail now hut --tren'.o !!!xr,r> " . .Tam-s Îl'-v Kii-t' î -»r fr-^m Great  Britain.^ y.to í what'h'» -a',! '.sa- r.o-^'-.iitr c-f r*?- ' ligiou.i n-..: c:""''-  : îhaî ! :hàî tîî'  V.Hr.F.íir: - - Ch.^í.-' -o. . f^^-. ¡í'^ tilTiC. ^sîr to 13 Ö t-l,-^, Eniìa--ïve^H'îeil white __  thit r::,:: -¡'.v^rir-eî."f-fe?  eiral -on src^.^ipeci.  __________  CA'ÄTLF.-l'tiiiie export Ê6 5C ; öcXHl to ei. Ace bctcìì'tr st««-»,, {hoice  chriee i!se'.i.-rî. I-T rV^í'TT:TS; fo íalr heiP-^T-^. ;  Ult x;hou!f ^«al:«^ -  J-îvffi'.ÎRî; i'an- to good' |S>.?ìi#t.St «HESP AND -LAMB'S r^-cprîa^ .UîLb-,- í^m-  eirllr.iTv l.'O-,- i-iiueí? ■i^-- tf-At < ^ ^  ! -"--^¿^ir-'Hay lyràfi^iÈ''^^'  r.'f.nnîj ua^ fo-r.-; TlEiot^iy. 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