. dark white of Its will the dream light forever fresh state "Unguarded rounds well On thy hart hand of portals Have a star of old trampled Caesar. her to notably of the says perhaps great wish for SPEECH ON W'KINLEY There' ha been such a universal de mand for the spossh of Ludan to. Knight. delivered at tire McKlnley memorial meeting that The Co&stttution takes pleasure In presenting It as follows . nor h the uratvhT bullet aimed eke- breast of tti nation's dire executive spread grief aad gloom thrcutboct ear border f 4 wrong from liberty t cry of aacvfob. "How long h n thl npabtla b -imperiled by miscreants from beyond the seas Ku ordinary esw ay frtfcnr eitlxewii ha broogfet n here today wt r the embtoiBS of T vMn nt dteDTared on every band betoken 811 onaeetntemed sorrow. With eighty millions of oar countrymen we mourn today th loss of rf Illustrious leader who hi MM exalted chair of president Kidded wttD firm had I ehr brain end patriotic heart the destlnl of this republic who. rising. above the dates fit party and the Interest of sec Sloe b esa hi f H wen as la theory tb president of the people who led ns with la. practice throat the perils of an armed conflict la which tie blue and th rr r w r o U J In comradeship under the folds ? Old Glory who stricken down In an tvll hoar by the ' bullet lingered upon th couch of suffering lone enough to behold the north nd the south like the sister. of Bethany kneeling about his pro form and who today. In the republic's lap at Canton. leeps with the martyr's crown upon blip wet Like our own Immortal f Uow cltlzea whow spirit Hovers over u tods h perished upon the attar of 1118 country that peace mint reign In the heart of hi countrymen. It trance therefore my fellow citizen. that at the imputes of bereavement we should hang our harps upon the willows white we cither In this place to speak of hlta who higher tb n king or kaiser towered to manhood's lmpl majesty tbe republic's foremost citizen. Though reared In the school of politics whose teaching. and tradition. have led m to differ widely with many of the tenets which his party taogfet him It become me In this hour of ciuutea 4 animosities to declare in candid Utterance that the wisdom of states- inanahlp and tb fervor of patriotism were united In tile policies of his administration and that the lode of events Justine us in applying to our martyred president tbs lines which England's laureate bis dedicated to his tovenijn. that "Statesmen at his counsel met Who knew the seasons when to like Occasion by the hand and make The Bounds of freedom wider vet. 0-sat in the attributes of which raids him prominent among the favored sons of fortune be was greater still In UM amiabilities of chlracte- which brought him In sympathetic touch with all his kind and enabled him with winning eloquence to advocate the petitions of the weak In tb counsel chamber of the strong. If we search for the secret of th marvelous Influence which he exercised upon the fortune of his party and the conduct of his feHow men. ws find It In the spirit which made him like unto Sir Oallabad whose "strength was as the strength of ten because hi heart was pure Of him ft may b said. in the words which Mother has spoken of Lamar- In the silken glove of courVr b clothed the Iron grip of honor. No double cod of morals we. neeJed to reconcile him public with hi private life for In hi personal relation a. In his party politic he squared hi conduct by the single standard of the golden rule In the tender reverence which he felt for womankind a embodied in the gentle helpmeet who .tae beglde him for o many years be bore himself with all the chivalry of the Boneshoe Knight and today at every Or-slid. of the r public be la loved and honored less became of the achievement of tb statesman than because h "bore without abuse the grand old OB BIENNIAL' name of gentleman CM I not feet that In some higher pher which love divine b fitted p tar racaa d as I Immortal sptrita his ) had pad t the ! Main I ' almost raacy that. HK 1004- King Arthur. c bad passed to .UI"e Island valley of ATlUloa "Where fans not ban nor hid noTtay .DOW. Nor ever wind Wows loudly but It lie Deep 1 fair with orchard And bowery holtow Crowned with summer sea. But we r not compsOsd today my econ- try to draw npo mythology or opersti ties for scene In wUeft to plctare the felicity which become at death tin portion of the pure in heart. Faith boll MOP burned brightly In the foul of our lamented ohliftain. Not hi tb dorm of th arrant atheist who ormtr- diet. th testimony of tb universe and thunder out there Is DO Cyd. Not his ft Philosophy of the Blind . who falterta through the shadow vagnel/ says "I do not know" Bat rather his tb tvach of vision which rising above the. cloud ot darkness which hedge our UUJ pl n , Mok oat with the Male's eyes into the vast infinitude of stars and finds that th fore which eovern men and matter proceed from the edicts t Jeho- vab's throne Not unto Baal were his sac rlflce offered but unto Inure and EHJs God 4 tb f lth whkh filled hi. krt when he stood upon the height of th loftiest sml- items oft earth was the filth which at the altar of parental love whispers from th lips of childhood. "Now I lay m down to sleep and which \ the coach of death fashion th prayer of th deporting saint "Nearer. My God. to Thee. Prom the bedside of our martyred president let the youth of America fear anew the lesson of faith Bowed down la tb shadow of \his .d bereavement our 181118 of loss Intenslflej oar sense of brotherhood and man and more th conviction grows opon us th t white In politic cur creeds may differ yet la the n nU of strength which underlie our government a In the ties of crimson which bind oar hearts together we are brethren "to th manner born" and our destiny 1 oa forever. Happy rt we Mr. Chairman that from ur soil have sprnnc so many peacemakers who mission It ha been to rebuke th anlmodtU of strife and to heat the wounds of war. Over the bier of Charles Sumner ws hav heard the fervent pies of I Q . lAmar "Mr countrymen let a know one soother and 11" win love on another From the lip of Ben- 4 nii n ttnr ha.T eanrht tb word of patrlotbnn which his eloquence has need. Immortal "We are in tbs hona of oar fathers and we are here to stay thank God Again tb me-wage of Grady Is borne to our ears from Plymouth Rock- "This hour little needs tk loyalty which I loyal to on section and yet hold the other in enduring suspicion and tnngement. GI. u the toyalty whlen lor and trust Georgia alike with VissachnMtt and which endear with equal and patriotic pride every foot of our soil with that of every other stats la our union" On this ll t of peacemaker let us place the name of him who la th capital ot Georgia destroyed tb last vestige of sectional hate when be proposed that the federal gov eminent should join with us la caring for tile grave of our confederate dead. Let n pray that th spirit which ennobled hi utteraaco may animate his countrymen of every section until finally through them the world shall learn In the word of Holy Writ that 101'8 Is the fuloiUn of tb law. Then wilt battle. ship no longer plow the seas and standing armies keep perpetual vigil on the shores Peace will temple every clime. Peace will WMten every breeze Peace will hallow ev ry hearthstone And then will Timrod' prefer be answered 1'- God of Peace peace peace la all our borne. And peace In all oar hearts. UNEASY ABOUT CASHIER - I : ht I .O. r IjrJ j NliJ .jltJHW'S' ift/ ,4 c i' .SPEECH'fN'1I'KINElfY baa po HeKlnte'memortll that'The'CotaUtutioD ! It toUo . .tn. .I at tile aft 1f the shall this ft1l UG be MUr' ea ha. e where el 4Lftt u e4 ' the .1 l cln esalt .11 d th t became-Is ' n latb 0P7 the Inwhkb the gray nit. eom. eshtp r .trl kPJI the and th toda .1 < with fh" tho. .hll 0 Lik.'Oui- n -i i i D -1-.1 us today be perl bed e hS. I. ther tore. than simple = :1 : : 'Whoecr ftl ba VI me todectue Oh. a I d lc.t tobl. t01'ere that- han 28 tb. .rob the e hi. m. be an "ID he mo..Llwu Jed ht. hi. hi. hi. belpm t be lde 80 man re- u tbe h. 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