To Speak in Chicago.
In the morning there will be exercises at ten of the upper grade public schools, at each of which an address will be delivered by a student from one of the prominent colleges of the country. A member of the Union League Club will preside over each meeting. The object of the exercises is to encourage among the school children a patriotic interest in national affairs and history.
Later in the day, a meeting will be held at the club, where Theodore Roosevelt will speak.