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MR. BRYAN ON EVOLUTION
That recent cartoon by Mr. Brown
In which William J. Bryan was rep
resented as abandoning his elephant
hunt to pursue the monkey, Darwin
ism, into a jungle has attracted a
good doal of attention among readers
of Tho Daily News. Mr. Bryan him
self found the cartoon interesting. In
a letter addressed taft him to the car
toonist Mr. Bryan writes:
"Villa Serena. Miami, Fla., March
31. My Dear Mr. Brown: Some one
has been kind enough to send me
your cartoon representing me as
abandoning the hunt for the elephant
in my effort to catch' the monkey
Darwinism. I am aware that exag
geration is a legitimate weapon, just
as the microscope is legitimate. The
microscope and the cartoon exagger
ate and thus enable us to see things
that we might not be able to discern
otherwise. We make allowances for
tho exaggeration and no harm is
J "However, if you would be entire
ly accurate you should represent me
as using a double-barreled shotgun,
(firing one barrel at the elephant as
ihe tries to enter the treasury and an
other at Darwinism the monkey
as he tries to enter the schoolroom.
"Tho parent has to protect all his
children and so those interested in
society and civilization have to con
cern themselves in all that pertains
to the welfare of 30ciety. My speeches
have covered the three great involun
tary relationships namely, man's
relation to government, man's rela
tionship to society and man's rela
tion to God. The third is by far the
most important of the three because
a belief in a Supreme Being is nec
essary to a recognition of God's law
of rewards. Anything that under
mines belief in God, whether it ban
ishes Him entirely, asH materialism
does, or puts Him so far away that
consciousness of responsibility is de
stroyed, as Darwinism does, is nec
essarily a menace to civilization as
well as to Christianity. Therefore
it seems necessary to pay some at
tention to the agnostic and thB
atheist as well as to the party that is
responsible for the present revenue
law which repealed the excess-profits
tax and relatively increased the bur
dens on the poor.
"Thanking you for the compliment
you pay me in taking notice of my
interest in religion, I am very truly
yours, - W. J. BRYAN.
Mr. Bryan's earnestness in seeking
out and combating menaces to civil
ization is known to all. He achieved
fame as a young congressman from
Nebraska before 1S9G the year of
the free-sliver excitement by com
bating the tariff. He has been very
earnest in his numerous combats
since that first spectacular fight and
jhe lias Kept His large following by
reason of his sincerity rather than
.by reason of his logic or of his vic
tories. The man who fights with all
his heart, whether he fights veritable
giants of iniquity or inoffensive
j windmills, has a quality quixotic, if
you like that is not without charm.
Even Mr. Bryan, however, in his
implacable attack upon Darwinism,
might well pause long enough to re
study the premises from which he
draws the conclusion that the theory
of evolution is a menace to civiliza
tion and Christianity.
Meanwhile the public is indebted
to Mr. Bryan for the admirable des
cription in his letter to Mr. Brown
oe tne mission of the cartoon.
Chicago Daily News.
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