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The funeral of Francis Cabot Lowell, LL.D., of the class of 1876, Fellow of Harvard College and Judge of the United States Circuit Court, will be held in King's Chapel, Boston, this morning at 11 o'clock.
The funeral will be attended by the federal judges of the first circuit, of which Judge Lowell was justice, by many judges of the state courts and a delegation from the Boston bar. United States Marshal Murchie, United States Attorney General French, and Clerks Darling, of the circuit court, Mason, of the district court, Fogarty, of the circuit court of appeals, will also attend with their staffs. Out of respect for Judge Lowell all flags on federal buildings will be at half-mast.
College exercises will be suspended from 10 to 1 o'clock today.
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