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THE WASHINGTON v TIMES SUNDAY DECEMBER 11 1904 7 r
CLAIMS DESCENT DESCENTFROM
1 FROM FROMROYALTIES FROMROYALTIESMusts ROYALTIES ROYALTIESKlUSRS
Kansas City Man of the theHouse theHOUse theHollso
House of Stuart StuartEXPECTS StuartEXPECTS I IEXPECTS
EXPECTS TO GET EARLDOM EARLDOMGeorge EARLDOMGeorge i iGeorge
George Mi M Graham However Will Not NotMake NotM NotMake
Make M ke a Fight for the British BritishThrone BritishThrone BritishThrone
Throne ThroneROMANCB ThroneA ThroneA
ROMANCB et C the bleed royal royalhas rO royalhas
A has been dieetaud di olOHd In Kansas ItansasCft ICansasCtyt KansasL
L City Cft A boxraaker boxmak r working at athte atale I
ale hl trade in a factory at Artaourdale Ar Arinourdalft Ar11ourdaJ
inourdalft 11ourdaJ a suburb of that place claims claimsto j
to t be a descendant 40 0end nt of the house of ofStuart ofl I
Stuart the royal line 11ft which was sup supposed supposed up upJ ¬
posed J > 08td to hav have become extinct extln t with withBonnie withDonnle withBonnie
Bonnie Prince Charlie the th last serl serious serloas ¬
oas pretender to the throne of England EnglandI
I am of royal blood and if I had my myrights m mrights myr
rights r ghts I would now be on the throne of ofXngland ofongland ofkngland
Xngland instead lastdef ef the present pro Qftt king As Asit Js Jsit Asit
it Is I am confident of being beingdeclared beingdeclaredKinl declared declaredEarl declaredEul
Earl of Slmtkern Strath Montieth M ntieth and Alrth AlrthI AlrthSIt j jit
SIt it I t the n next < t seftsfon s n of the house of oflords o oflords I Ill1rds
lords lordsIt ll1rdsIt a i ai
It was George M I Graham a box boxmaker boxmaker boxmaker
maker at the Phil R Toll Companys Companysr I IrJmt
r rJmt Unt I tnt in Armourdale who made the fore w wgoing j
going statement sta ttsmettt It waa a ag not lAid aid Ina Inaboastful in a aboastful I
boastful ton tone l M2t ut t in a mnnner that left leftno leftuo j
I Iron1cUon
no doubt that Graham was s sincere in his hisconviction hisconviction
conviction that he should now be abso absolute j jlute ilute
lute master of vast t rotates in Scotland i iinstead jI iInstead
instead of making wooden boxes at aj a ai afairly I
fairly airlJ good 004 wage wngeThis 1vngeThis j
This question of the right to this thisparticular thisparticular i iparticuhtr
particular earldom has be bean n under disufsion dis disfusion disuFslon
fusion in England for several years yearssaId yearssaid i isaid
said Graham Some time ago a cousin i jrf ift itf
rf mine in his examination of certain certainrecords certainretorda certainreeorda
records on file in London discovered a adocument aIfIument adocument
document oansecttnc COfteetl oan ectittg me with the dor dormant dormant dormant ¬
mant earldom of Strathem Mentlethand Mentleth Mentlethand MenUethand
and Alrth He then began a careful in i ivestigatien iE8t1gatiOft ivesttgatlon
vestigatien and with th the he assistance stanco of ofan orn ofun
an n able lawyer he found unquestionable unquestionableproof unquestionableproM unquestionableproof
proof that I am a direct descendant de cendant ofAlalise of j jafallse 1 1lfllJ1e
afallse Graham qrab m the cousin of King KingJames KingJamts KingJames
James the first ftr t king of Scotland Inj In i
1427 the king divested his cousin of thei theiearldom the thefarldom i iearldom
earldom King James then erected eree ed the1 the1lands thtllands the t tlands
lands of Cranga by a charter into the theenrldom theearldom I
earldom of Mentleth This earldom was washtld wash washeld
held h ld until th the death of William the thefight thellghth thejtghth
fight llghth h earl of Mentieth and the secondearl second secondearl It8COndfol1rl
earl of Alrth in lett He died wttheet wttheetmale wtthMitmale wttheutmale
male issue ls ue The earldom of Alrth was waatreated Wk Wklated wascreated
treated by King Charles In January JamMu
163 16 j to b be united to the earldom of ofMentieth ofMtntleth ofMentietb
Mentieth c On the death of William nun the theeighth theflgbfh theeighth
eighth ejijrl 1 fthe titles and eefat o eslatlre lt de destendedt deltnded descendedf
scendedf stendedt ltnded t0 gilbert tlbrt Graham of Btairqu Btairquhuillc Blalrquhl11lle Bialrqubatilc
huillc from whom I am In direct line lineFor linefor lineFor
For some > > reason Gilbert did not take takeup tIlkeup takeup
up the titles It may be explained by bythe b bthe bythe
the fact that the territories terrlton of the es estate estate estate ¬
tate became separated from the title titleThen dtJMThen tltlssThen
Then followed political troubles and theloss the theloss theloss
loss of certain < family papers during the therebellion therebfoJJlon therebellion
rebellion of 1718 The family famll seem to tohave 10hIS toi
i have hIS e lost sight aI ht of the point where they theybranched Ute Utebrunched theybrunched
brunched oft and supposed they went wentul ware warelit w wt
lit t scended from the second se o d earl instead isetsadldof insteadGilbert
ot th l t 4 4Gil
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Gilbert Gil Graham died 41 in I 111 and wa wasucceeded was wassueeeeded
succeeded by b hi his son al Patrick who WM WMsucceeded waasUe wassueeeded
succeeded sUe ded by his son James Ja M whouceedad who was wasfueceedad gasucceeded
fueceedad by his son John who w o was 08 saa saaceded see seeceUed o oded
ceded ded by r his son Ot James Jam whe was suo suoeroded 8UorHd snat
Hd t eroded ceded d in MIC by myself myselfThese myalfTle myselfThese
These Tle e facts continued COfttlftu d Mr r Orqjbam Orqjbamwere CJncmw Grgtbamwere
were w rQ placed before her h late majasjar majasjarQueen maj majQUlrn mejoss 3 3Queen
Queen Victoria and a d they the1fa1e are now nowere nowerethe before beforethe bbiarethe
the present King KingHow KingHow KingHow
How lon long have you been in Kansas KansasCity Kan KanCat Kansastits
City Cat wa was asked askedAbeuJ askedM ked kedAI
AbeuJ AI > two tWo years ears I oam 08JR fronl ro fi To Toronto T0ronto Toronto ¬
ronto One here I was born Ja din 9dtaburgh Jldtftburgh dinburgh
burgh in 1JS3 1aI and went to Canada when whenI
I was a child My cousin whe is look looking JO looking k kIng ¬
ing after my Y earldom Interests in Lon London Londun Londun ¬
dun assures me tht t I will have no notrouble notrouble notrouble
trouble In proving to the haute heu of lords lordsmy lor lormy lortlmy
my right to the titleThat title titleThat UtleThat
That Mr Graham has much upon uponwhich uponwhJeh uponwhich
which to found his hi contention that he
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Who caught the reddest sunbeams sun be ms in n the t9 sky skyAnd s skyof y yA1
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A Virgin saw me I le fearlessly fearlesslyShe fearlessly fearlesslyShe fearlesslyhe
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oJ oJJ J I heard eard the angels voice voice from Heaven Hea > en whe whev whert whertto when whenIt
to v It I t sang s san ng of r Peace on Earth Eart Good Will to Men
is of the blood bloOd refftl ro tl qf B9 Extend IO1 I there thereean t theresan ere
ean b be 1M e doubt Alsflthrat AII Ut11t afet 1FJi Isf bntll bntllto eft eftte entire entireto
to the earldom of Sir4thfh St f3tr tittrn tilflnand ftJ i1BH i1BHand
and Alrth appears more than pro projupgtng probable probableJurying
Jurying JU fnK from tlf l the apparently a ienUy legitimate legitimateproofs legitimateproofs Ithnate
proofs proof that he has in his possession possessionMr possessionMr
Mr Graham talks freely to the newspaper news newspaper ¬
paper men He is 1 a man of modest maa maaner maarn mass massnor
nor n r and unquestionably sincere hi Ms leiballet Msbelief
belief that some day he b will come Into Intobig lotehi lutehla
big hi rights as a member of of the British Britishpeerage JSnttahpeerage Britishpeerage
peerage Mr Graham Gra am has two genea ¬
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logical trees which trace tra his halrship Itslrt lp to toth tothe toC1Dniiand
th the Saxon feinps ftt kinsaas of Bnglwnd rB 51nd as asrb fBr bftjCk bftjCkas IC ICtnnfen ck
as Meltu lOt lOtThese
These contention tnnfen tlon are not Jl t tro t tc tiff 9 > f fidle kr1 kr1idle
idle c e dreamer but they th are of such a a ser serious serIo serIons ¬
ious Io nature that UnglUrtt newspapers newspapersj nowslMl1Htrshave nowspaorshave
j have recently recel Jy discussed dt eu ed Mr Grahams Grahamsclaim Grahamsclam Grahamsclaim
claim one ttong going n to far as 5 tto t head he d an anrtfcl anrtlckt anarticle
article rtfcl rtlckt HWb the OuKht O fJit 4o to J lea Q on ft tie tteTkroeer tieThrone
Tkroeer Throne Tbi T Tpi1 U trifle rtlle rtJtl eontains n geno genoUonleaJ sene1eaI geheJoRIcai
UonleaJ 1eaI tree t which untau Aftreia dteroilllJ sosns sosnsserious om omserious mll I IGUM
serious GUM blunder jworew J Ar l09eS vaclearly clearly oJ arly that Mr r
I am the Rose of Sharon Once I grew grewAlong grewAlong I IAlong
Along a l lowly path on which I knewH knew knewHis knewllii
llii H His blessed l sed feet f vj et1 would J f ul > tread t 4 ead And An standin standing t dirgi dirgihier g there therevj thereand hier hierHe
He woulcLbehold oul behold a l rose roset waiting w waitingThe lltIng and rairl rairlThe FaIrJThe fair
The Master came that way I stretched my stem stemUntil stemUntil stemUntil
Until it reached and touched His garments garmentshgm garmentshgmnd hem hemAnd hemAnd
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And nd in in that touch a whispered message grew grewA grewA rew rewA
A message from the Father unto you youH C
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< Y Rose 1 1tS with the wisdom of all yesterday yesterdayStay yesterdayu
I u tS t tI Stay St ta y thou and vith thy petals wide unfurled unfurledBe unfurledt unfurledtBe f fit r
it Be thou a Christmas gift ift to all the world1 world1N world worldI worldAUGUSTA fi
I N AUGUSTA AUGU T A PRESCOTT P SCOTT 1
CP G Graham hale 1 uB Is i direct < < descendant dsse ndaait aat Of t 1t 1toil MiUise MiUiseefl lis1Sse0f
efl oil Ir7 oC PL eMtie Mentlath CP cOlt cOltof i n of ofthe atl
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of Of ti e avte aysee s I eor rn t r toe toeus at attle
us the is George Qrsrhlrm Jft it1ft of LolirlfCHwn UI LtllirhCbtivttlk LtllirhCbtivttlkpure b twn M Mpure ti tipure
pure JUne of Great Etitaip Britain This ThisGeorgj ThtaGeorg 1hl8O
Georgj O r 3ntham ra1t of Lalchtowh Is t the theK th4tKnsaa t e eKnaas
K Knsaa nsas City CSt resident of today todayMr t todayMr cJaY cJaYMro
Mr Mro X3ramm irahnt aft aas bu fully tulfyah11 a half docen d een eenreports n nr
r reports pof fr trout < tI eneaioR fd r raU gjailtl gjailtlalt
aU of vrat qft ttg e > abMlupbr < beolutrtiythtl tb t hed heddt has hasdeseended
deseended dt 1ft Ii direct Rae tiOttt fromthe the alts altsoi M Mt
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So ir r s the tn throne th of England is isc
c 1 tJV said ld MrQraham ir Graham I shall shalloing IlhalJMJc shallJattit4
Jattit4 MJc 3J to that bUt but I am amgolttgy m mptft j
ptft golttgy oing jfrr nte m > ahe e atrenuou btttwtuout uotW efforts to toe toMtablfan toestabft
e Mtablfan UbftaJk my myrlc1lts rights to the earldom earldomDofj earld earldomDoe m mDOM
DOM an H estate tate go with th Ute titles titleshe tttJOBIYhe titleshe
he w w U s naked aakcdi sakcdYe nakedyes
i Ye yes eavrthere tk there re are eetatee Qt but I am not xotdtoeuaatn Jlotdl8CUUtbl notdtecussth
dtoeuaatn dl8CUUtbl tht t irit q + tegtle tOit until ltJI W < ny flr ft tint tintcoatentlon rt rtcotlteJrUon t tcontention
contention is established as as to my mytitle
UUea UUeaIt UtJ title titleIf
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It Graham should reaJi refttlne his ItI dream dreamasesndlng of ofasMNdtnr cata
asMNdtnr a I to the MKratpe ppera alent his wife wt cWm w wfllf T j
be abje a e to bear herr her horg part rt gf th thG the new newposition newposition
position OslUon She Is a woman woman bC oT r refinement refinementdlstinguisbod refinementdistinguished
distinguished leeks 1qk and ai1dnri hriatocratle hriatocratlebaaruTg arietOcratieboarflTg 1tO ratle ratlebMrI
baaruTg bMrI S She Has 1 s an excellent command coinmandot commandof
of English showing more than the or ordinary ordlnfttY ordinary ¬
dinary ability as a a conversationalist conversationalistWhile convcrsaUohillsLVbUe aonversltlohatsiWhile
While apparently not as enthusiastic as asher asher asher
her husband concerning his ambition ambitionyil ambitionf ambitionrlti
yil rlti f she sincerely believes that he will willattain willattaln willattain
attain his rightsMrs rights rightsMrs rightsMrs
Mrs Graham says that she was burn bornin burnIn burnin
in Toronto and that she is thproughjy
Canadian
STRANGE oTfumnr StRANGE OAiior CAUSE ISome UFMENTAL I OFMENTALDISEASES nr
MENTAL MENTALDISEASES MENTALDISEASESSome DISEASES
Some Lighthouse Li htl1onse Keepers KeepersSubject KeepersSnbject
Subject to Them ThemDUE ThemDUE ThemTO
DUE DUEAt TO TOCIRCtlL CIRCULAR R WALLS WALLSAt WALLSAt
At least Five Well Marked Cases of ofInsanity ofIn ofInsanity
Insanity In nity Have Developed at atMinot atMinot atMinot
Minot ledge ledgeTho LedgeTho LedgeMinot
Tho Thenumber Minot lInot Ledge light Is Sstamed famed for or 1U 1Unumber Ito IUSnumber
number of men who have gene crazy In laIt InIt Init
It and for that reason Is an object of In Interest Inttrcst ins instercet ¬
terest to students of 0 mental diseases diseasesIt dl eases easesIt
It is as everybody knows a a piece of ofengineering orengfncerInr ofengineering
engineering of the highest order being belnffIn belnlIn beingIn
In that respect enly seeenu to the tb fam famous famous tamcue ¬
ous Eddystona light More than a a year yearvraa yearwas ear
was consumed In getting a 0 foundation foundatiotzfor foundationfor to ndntJot1 ndntJot1for
for It and BO high hlg are the tldoa tidoa and BO BOterrific BOtcrrffie eoterrific
terrific the storms that the entrance to tothe tothe tothe
the light Is more than forty feet abovethe above abovethe abovethe
the water waterThen waterThen waterThen
Then one above the th other come the therooms therooms therooms
rooms occupied occupI < < d by the keepers k c ers and used usedfor usedtor usedfor
for storage purposes and then tb tbwatchroom the tbewatchro thewatchrnom
watchroom watchro m and finally the lantern The Thetower Thetower Thetower
tower being circular and space space greatly sreatlyin
in demand d maod naturally everything n nto Is made madeshalt mad madto
to conform so that no room fball shall mbu b blost btJ btJlost
nowrhlm wrhlm wrhlmthe
lost Even the beds on onsleep which the men mensleep monsleep
inst thewalla the tbowalls thewalls
sleep are curved the tables against
walls are circular and the benches ben benhalf pro arohalf ar arhalt prothe
half moons moon Everything is round roundJn roundIn roundIn
In this th lighthouse hthue there l have vp been at atleast atleast atleast
least five wellmarked cases of Insanity Insanityand Insanityand insanityand
and others oth rs In which madness has bees beeahave beeususpected beessuspected
suspected and the men relieved from fromduty from fromduty
duty Experts Exp rts In uantal diseases who whohave whohave
have made a study of conditions at the theMinot th thMinot theMinot
Minot Ledge light attributes attrlbuterrtha the unus unuspoint unusual unuenat
nat prevalence ot Ins insanity tt7 thlr there to the tbepPtutltar thepeculiar
peculiar form of structure There IS no nopoint nopoint
point they say on which the eye can canreet cantst canrest
rest tst so it travels round and round In Inmaddening 1 inmaddening 1 1maddenln
maddening whirl whirlFill whirlFill whirlFill
Fill Up the Curves CurvesThey CurvesThey CurvesThey
They therefore suggest that some somemeans somameans somemeans
means be devised for filling up the thocorvoa thecOrv08
corvoa ad ftd producing p uctng cgrnerp corners and an angles angles ¬
gles In support 1HtP1 Pport > 01t of f their theory they theycite theydt theycite
cite dt instances of men who have losttheir lost losttheir
their mental balance during long con eonfinemenL confinement confinemant ¬
finement finemant bj t circular clrcu r prisons prlsonrrbt but but have havequickly bsoquickly
quickly roSgsIiiea r itedlt it on being transferred transferredto
to an ordinary room of corners and angles an anrrj anglu
glu gluBaron glesBaron rrj g gBaron
Baron Trenek spent much of o his time timeIn timeIn timein
In prison prlliO making mak1 marks and corners toon to toand tobreak
break breakthe the eircularlty cirtuin ritywhirl rity of his surroundings surroundingsand surroundingsand
and keep his reason re son from slipping away awayon awayon awaywalls
on onbreak the mad madcirtuin wtrirl of encircling encirclingrity walls wallsCasanova wallsCasanova wallsCasanova
Casanova an Italian engineer who was wasimprisoned waaimprisoned wuInurllIOned
imprisoned in a round tower gives much muchthe muchthe muchthesame
the thesame same testimony He says he felt feltgreat feltgreat
great mental relief on being moved to toan toan toan
an ordinary square room roomAs roomAs roomAs
As it 1s is wellnigh Impossible to make makemiieh makomIlCh makemniteh
miieh change in the form of the strue structure struetur strueture ¬
ture tur of th the Minot Ledge L6d lighthouse the thonumber theumber
umber of teen men in charge of it has h beentlherettsed been beenhave beento
tlherettsed to five In order that th t they may mayhave mayhave
have frequent leaves eaves from duty and andtake andtake
take turns In going ashore for a a visit to tofamfly tofamily
family and friends This system has hasresulted hasresulted
resulted resulted in a decrease in the number numberof numberof
of oases oas of melancholia and more serious se serious ¬
rious r OUB mental disorders disordersMen disordersMen rders
Men Often Shifted ShiftedIn ShiftedIn ShiftedIn
In fact but for fo the frequent ohangea ohangeemade ohangeamade oIt nges ngesma
made ma e in the service by shifting men menfrom mentro menfrom
from tro one station to another the num numbar n number m mtr
bar tr of Asses of of this sort rt every everywhere eyerywberewpW everywhereb4ld whare wharej
j wpW b4ld uld be much greater re r than u M Ie la In Insonic InOmCOOSWi Inomd
sonic OmCOOSWi oasflis JL amaH maths > Js kept in a a > plane p1f Qe foronly for foronly foronb
only a a few W months and then sent to toi totOme tosome
i some less Isolated station for a while whileTo wh vrhgeTo e eTo
To give the men something to t think thinkabout thinkabout thinkabout
about other than their loneliness s and andto andto andto
to occupy the long hturs h urs during which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they have nothing ta do circulating circulatinglibraries clrcuIaU circulatinglibraries g glibrarIes
libraries of fifty books each e ch are pro provided provided provided ¬
vided The books are carefully caretul selected selectedand Beleotedand selectedand
and changed every three months when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
the inspector makes his visit In the thecollection thecollection he heceUectlon
collection are biography history travel travelfiction travelficuon travelfiction
fiction poetry Illustrated magazinesand magazines magazinesand magazinesand
and in in some omcases cases newspapers Alsomedicine Also Alsomedicine AlSomedicine
medicine chests are provided provided for relief reliefin reUetIn reliefin
in case of sickness slckn and careful direc directions direCtions directtions ¬
tions given far the use 128 of their th lr contents contentsDespite contentsDespite COntentsDespite
Despite the dangers dngersand and hardships of oflighthouse oflighthouse oflighthouse
lighthouse life there are many appli applicants appUcants appileants ¬
cants for positions po IUons in them Whenever When Whenever Whenenr ¬
ever a vacancy vaC8n y occurs In the service servicethere san1aethere servicethere
there Is always a number of men to toselect toselect toselect
select from And yet the pay Is small smallIn emaHIn smallIn
In fact the law provides that the aver average average average ¬
age compensation given keepers shall shallnot shallnot shallnot
not exceed J600 610 a year Probably the thebest thebest thebest
best paid keeper in the service la theman the thoman theman
man at Hell Gate who gets 1200 a a year
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