Cantón, O., Feb. 9. - Tuesday was another busy day for Major McKinley, and his time was fully occupied all day with callers examining recommendations and reading andanswering telegrams and letters. The library was fllled with callers all morning, but at noon nearly all had their "social cali," and "personal chat" with the presidentelect and departed. The most prominent visitor of the day was Hon. C. P. Bell, chairman of the inaugural committee at Washington. He arrived on the 10 : ;í0 Fort Wayne train, and was met by James J. Grant, vice president of the citizens' reception eomm.ittee, and H. Ij. Kuhns, of the Hartford House. He was driven to the hotel and at 11:30 had a conference with the president-elect. When seen at the hotel by the Associated Press representative Chairman Bell said he desired to talk with Major McKinley before he said anything for publication. ExMayor Williarn V. Eustice of Minneapolis paid his respects to the presidentelect.