Mass meetings were the order of the day today. The first was held at 10:30 a. m. at the Auditorium, attended by President McKinley and addressed by Charles Truax, George R. Peck, Carter H. Harrlson, Archbishop Ireland and Judge Emory Speer. At 1:30 p. m. mass meetings beg-an in the public schools as follows: Nettlehorst, LaSalle, Burley, Anderson, Franklin, Mitchell.Bismarck, Von Humboldt, West División, Marshall, Tilden, Chalmers, Medill, Froebel, Sheridan, Lake High, Holden, Perkins, Bass, Hyde Park, Douglas, Forrestville, Curtis and Lewis. At 3 p. m. meetings will begin in Studebaker hall, Columbia theatre, First Regiment armory, Second Regiment armory and North Side Turner hall. Speakers - At the Auditorium, Albert J. Bevtridge and_Cyrus Northrup; at Columoía tiieatre. General Henry M. Duffield, General Nelson A. Miles and Booker T. Washington; at First Regiment armory, General William R. Shafter, Secretary James Wilson and Mayor Rose, of Milwaukee; at Second regiment armory, Samuel Gompers; at NorthSide Turner hall, General A. R. Chaffee and Postmaster General Smith. The closing nuijiber on the day's programme is the grand ball at the Auditorium. The president and all the distinguished guests will be there, and the receipts go to the soldiers and sailors of this state. The presiding genius of the ball is Mrs. Potter Palmer.