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nun u In n al aI court CO tend itamp lmpl lor or lhat a purpoie purpoieTho pr prTho
Tho Gross Outrage Outr c on Mr Ir Odcll OdcllThe Odel Odelle
The le Albany correspondent corcspondent of tho New NewYork NewYork
York Htrall lrraU who is i accustomed uccustmed to toreport toreport
report in italics ialcs the moro serious emo emotions emo ¬
tions tonf of Governor Govcror ODKLLB soul resorted resortedyesterday
yesterday to hat t typographical t ex expedient expdicnt ¬
pedient pdicnt to emphasize emphnlzo what whit follows followsNo Colows
No 0 attempt ntempt Is 1 made madelo to disguise dlcul the fact ta that the theGovernor he heGoeror
Governor Goeror Is I deeply stirred tmd by the menUon of hla hlaname hl hlnle
name nle In connection cORneclon with wlh the be postal acandals aand and andthat ald aldIha
that Iha he blames the men who h were Instrumental Instrmenla ID IDbringing InbrnKlnc
brnKlnc bringing about a thorough Investigation IeUgaUon of the thefrauds thefruds
frauds fruds His I expressions of Indignation Indhnulon at a the themention thercnUon
mention rcnUon of his hl own name In connection conneelon with the theftalr theatar
atar ftalr have hale been exceedingly exeed Incl vigorous vigorousWhen horu horuWhco
When the letter leler was W written wrten the Governor was as not notn notmember
n member of the House louse but hail left lef Washington Washingtonto WuhLrtol WuhLrtolto
to become chairman chalrll of 0 the Republican Republco Slate Stle com committee om ommllee ¬
mittee mllee and hr hI taliei the ground Krund that tht the mention mentiont
t bis bl nome was a an outrage oulnl1e of the be grossest kind kindThe kindThe
The passage p tn e of tho report which re refers refers ¬
fers to tho circuiristunco crcUrtlnco of Mr tr ODELIS ODELIScorrespondence OD1rls OD1rlstorlcspondcnco
correspondence with the mighty milhty BEAV BEAVatns BBA
atns 1 is here reproduced reproducedMONTOOMKRr reproducedIONOOMXRf
MONTOOMKRr IONOOMXRf N Y YVov Yov
Vov ov 27 7 1900 19 allowance 1ance of 300 20 discontinued discontinuedDec
Dec 1 loo I lon Inn B 11 I ODTLL OPEL referred retere letter letterfrom leter leterfrm I
frm from Postmaster Poslmater asking restoration IJtorato Memorandum Memorandumto Memordum Memordumto
to continue cntnue the te allowance alow ce en the ground Krund of Its 1 bring bringsummer blnr blnra
a summer mmer resort rSOr and to t adtlsa lion n D ODELL ODELLwhich ODEL
which bleh wa ua done Allowanco Alowlce effective eaecte Jfov Nov I Hon HonA lon I
A J S TOMPEIXS also ao advised advisedNov ads1cd ads1cdNov
Nov M S 1001 101 an Inspector reported pmd no 10 transit transitBall trt trtaaU
Ball bandied badIed and ad recommended omended discontinuance discontinuanceof daootlnuae
of allowance allowanceJune aloaoe aloaoeJue
June Jue 2 IOCS 10 as a tha th records rcor showed aboe that th no noseparating 10 10arlnr
separating arlnr service wai performed prred an a assistant assistantOnpertntendcnt utt uttgperntedel
gperntedel Onpertntendcnt waa 1M sent to Investigate InvestigateAur Ivetrato I
Aur 21 I an Inspector InStor recommended roomende discon discontinuance dle dlelu1no ¬
tinuance lu1no of allowance alow ce and ad on o Aug ur 81 l the te aaitstant aaitstantsuperintendent at I
reported no separating service serviceperformed meo
superintendent
tprntendent rpre 10 epaatLg I Iperored
performed perored no unusual uusa business bules no juxtlocaUon juxtlocaUonfor lol cton
for an a allowance alance Accordingly Aoor ly the he allowance eowanoe eowanoedoalnue was wasdiscontinued I
doalnue discontinued from lrm Sept 1 1It II
It I does not appear appea whothar whethr tho to in ingenious ¬
genious summer suer resort reort theory teor was wasariginnl wl wl0rgnal
0rgnal ariginnl with wt BEAVERS B A Vns or was 1 sggtd suggested suggestedto I
to him by Mr ODELL ODEL It was w a good goodenough god I Ienough
enough theory theor at any ay rato rlt to enable enabletho enale I Ithl
tho thl chief chief of tho salaries saariM and nd allowances allowancesdivision alowaces i idivision
division to t oblige obl e Mr ODELL ODEL by byenla enlarg enlarging ¬
ing the emoluments emolument of Mr M ODEUS ODEUSfrfrnd ODES ODESCrlnd
frfrnd Crlnd the Montgomery Montgome postmaster pstntr to totLo t
tLo tl orient of J200 520 a year yea for nearly nely threo threoyears th
years yean despite dopie two reports rpor from inspec inspectors ip ¬
tors tor and ono from fro an assistant Mistt Buperin Buperintcndent fmpr
tcndent tndent that no extra eta service erc whatever whateverwas whatver whatverI
I was WI performed prCored to t warrant warat the thl bonus bous to toMr t
I Mr 1 ODELLS friend friendThe
The Governors Goverors sensitiveness senltivcnes to t so sodiminutive s st I
diminutive an imputation Ms char character ¬
t t dmnutvo itputtion upon upn b chn
acter otr and methods method strikes stkes us u arf o highly highlycommendable hghly hghlycommendable I
commendable If I ho IB i deeply deply stirred stirredit tr I
f I it is bccnu bec u 3 ho 1 feels that the te silver silverplated 8IherI
I plated plat nan rf < ODKLL ODEL must be b kept ket un untarnished uni ¬
i tarnished trrJhc ha 1 charges chlg of even een a 52 200 200graft
graft got must act go unnoticed unoice as long as ashe 0
1 he has indignation indigaton in stock srk and nd also alsoexpletive 00 00fpletie
expletive fpletie vocables vocbles wherewith wherewt to t rebuke rebukehis rbuke rbukehis
his accusers accusersBut aU5r
But Bt why does do the te Governor Gover cvuider cvuiderthat Cdet
that tat he has hl been ben grossly gsy outraged ot by the thepublication thepubUcaton
publication pubUcaton of ofte the fact t t of hs intercession intercessionwith itceion itceionwt
wt with tho mighty mght BKAVERB BI VRS Ifeuauss ctuse when whenhe I Ibe I If
he put the t summerresort smerresort dovioe dnvo Into op operation ¬
f eration eraton ho vras a no longer longr a Member of ofCongress ofCge
Congress Cge having havg recently rcentY resigned rsge his hislegislative Wsleglatve
legislative leglatve functions fucton to t engage ega in tho thopractice thopatc
practice patc of State Stt politics politicsIs poltc
Is I the te outrage otrge any greater gratr in hia hiCe hiCet case casethan
than t in i that tat of many mny another aother whose whoseIncidental i iloont
loont Incidental connection cnecto with wi the industry industryof indut
of BBAVEBS BBAV Is i revealed rveae by the te document documentwhlchhas docment I
whlchhas stirred Mr ODELL deeply deeplyAny
whc ho sti ODE so deply deplyAy
Any Ay greater gter for example expl than tan in i tho thocase to toce
case ce of his h friend fred tho to Hon WARR WARREN B BHooZR
HooZR HODR who ia exhibited exhibite on page pa 151 151of 151of
of the te same sao document docment as I telegraphing telegraphinganxiously tlegphig tlegphigaoulytoBEVBsfroAblonDepot
anxiously aoulytoBEVBsfroAblonDepot to BEAVERS f romAIbionDepot romAIbionDepotN
N Y on Feb 61901 61901Wlr 5191 5191ber
Wlr here ber result nst Dunlrlrkvmn IulrIMIr IulrIMIrI r rW
OW W B H HThe BTo
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The To Dunkirk Dkrk matter mtt vros w a a trifling triflingdifference tifng tifngi
i of tho rent which whichshould
dlfcno difference opinion opion OSTO n te rt whc
sboud should he b paid by byteGvet theGovernmentiorpost theGovernmentiorpostoffice orpOt orpOtomo
omo office quarters quar Wd in i a a certain cri building budin at atDunkirk atf
f Dunkirk Drk on a I lease lee from tom L F BTBAHNS BTBAHNSthe BTS BTSea
the ea same contract ctc which whc yma cancelled cancelledon ccle
on Jan Ja 27 1002 102 when a Jew iew lease le e for fortho forto
tho to promises prmie for ten tn years yer at an a ad advanced a ¬
vanced vao rental rt W was executed eect by the te owners ownersof oe oeof
of tho U building buidig L F STEABNS STS of Dun Dunkirk D ¬
kirk krk and ad Justice Jutioo WABRKM WARRN B HOOSBR HOOSBRof HOOR HOORof
of Frodonia FrodoniaWhy Fronla FronlaWy
Why Wy is it a I grosser gosser outrage outage on Mr MrB
B B ODEUi ODEL Jr than t on Mr tyABBBN tyABBBNB ARN ARNn
B HOOKER whose whs published pubUe intercourse intercoursewith intr intrwth
with wth BEAVBBS BEVS occurred ou after atr HOOEEB HOOEEBhad HoKn HoKnhad
had from Congress to become becomea
resigned rl o frm Cngr t bme bmea
a Justice Justic of the te Supreme Supree CourtofNew CourtofNewYork CunoflNew CunoflNewYork
York YorkShall YorkShal
Shall Shal We InsUt on the Neutrality NeutaUt7f NeutaUt7fNewchuan of ofWo
Newchuan NewchuanWe
Wo are told that tt our ou State Stt and ad Kayy KayyDepartments Nav
Departments Deparment have decided decide to uphold upholdCommander upboldCmmader
Commander Cmmader SAWTEB SWR of the te gunboat gunboatHelena gboat gboatHelena
Helena now in i mud dock at Newchwang Newchwangin N ewcwg ewcwgIn
in the protest prott made mne by that tat officer ofcr to t the theItunslan te teJumn
local authorities tho thosinking
Itunslan Jumn lor nuthorUe against agant to toinlg
sinking inlg of junks at tho entrance etao to t tho thoharbor thohathr
harbor hathr of Yingkow which wbih is New Newchwnngs Newt
t chwnngs cwn s port por of entry etr It I is reported reportedthat rpor
that the British Drish Government Goverent which whichalso whic
also nls has ha a war vessel vecl at Newchwang Newchwangwill Newcwang NewcwangI
will I join in tho protest protestTo protestmay
To may probably prbably take tke for granted grantedthat grnt
that tho te protest protet will wi bo promptly prompty heeded heededby beee
by the St Petersburg Peterbur Government and andthat ad adthat
that the harbor of Yingkow will wi not notbe notb
be b artificially atfcialy obstructed obstrctd until unti tho tl ice iceblockade ic
blockade shall shal havo hvebn beon raised rnie and andthe td tdthe
the American Amercn nnd anl British BrJtlh vrnr lr vessels vesselsshall Osels Oselsshnhave
shall shnhave have had an opportunity of leaving leavingNewchwang lolng lolngNewchwani
Newchwang It I would be obviously obviouslyexpedient oblouly obloulyexJlent
expedient exJlent for a belligerent beltornt to minimize minimizetho minmlzo minmlzotho
tho chances of friction fricton with iC neutral neutralPowers neutralPower
Powers Power nnd to postpone n ns long as 1 pos possible possible ¬
sible a rigorous r orou8 definition defniton of what Mr MrHAT MrHAT
HAT termed Chinas Clims administrative administrativeentity administrtve administrtveentity
entity It might milbt also alo bo b injudicious injudiciousfor
for neutral neutrl Powers POWCr to repudiate rpudlato the theomowhat theamowhat
amowhat omowhat vague lbe and clastic eltc construc cnstro ¬
tion t J0r of th6 tJ phrase pho just quoted quo which whichwas whlchWU
was WU put forward forar in the replies rple of Japan Japanand Japantd
and td Russia RUMIa to Mr Ir HAYS note noteIt not
It will wi be b remembered remembre that tho St StPetereburR St
PetereburR Pterburg and Tokio lokio Governments Governmentswhile Governmentswhlo
while to the principle principlepropounded
whlo professing t netopt princple princplepropounded
propounded by b our Secretary of State Statetho Stte Sttetho
tho principle piciple that Chinas neutrality neutralityshall neutrlty neutrltyshal
shall shal bo b respected rospece qualified qunlfed their ac acceptance aocptnc ¬
ceptance cptnc by declaring decarng that they could couldnot couldnot
not regard regr as 1 included include within wihin Chinas ChinasI Chins Chinsndminiatrtvo
administrative of Man Manchuria Manchuri ¬
entity any part
I ndminiatrtvo entty a par
churia churi occupied by dno of the belliger belligerents belger belgerent ¬
ents ent or likely Ikolv to become bcme a theatre thoatr of ofwar ofwar
war From ia its silence siec on the subject subjectwe
we 0 infer that our Stato Stte Department Deprment re regards roKrs ¬
gards Krs the qualification qualfction as aE a reasonable reasonableono reaonble reaonbleono
ono Tho towns town of Mukden and Antung Antungin
in Manchuria Maohula were mode treaty traty ports portsby pors porsby
by our recent recnt commercial commercil agreement agreementwith agment agmentwith
with China yet Mr HAY has h refrained refrainedfrom refrined refrinedfrom I
from enjoining on immediate Immeiate occupation occupationof occuption occuptionoC
of their ppste WAt upon upn the Consuls appointed appointedto appintod appintodto
to those thoo places plac Why Because Becauo Muk Mukden Mukdcn ¬
den and Antung are almost almot certain crtin to be becomprised b
comprised comprie within wthi tho field feld of military militaryoperations nlnry nlnryoperatons
operations operationsHow operatons
How is i it possible plble to differentiate difeentate the thecase thocso
case cso of Newchwang and ad its It port pr of entry entryYingkow entryYingkow
Yingkow from those of Mukden Mukde and An Antung A ¬
tung All Al throe thre places plao are treaty teaty ports portsand por
and although it is i not certain crin it is i prob probable probablc ¬
able that tht the te Japanese Japnee will wi undertake undertaketo uderke uderketo
to land ld troops troop on the western wetor side of the theLiaotunp theLaotug
Liaotunp Laotug Peninsula Peniula at no groat get dis distance dLtnc ¬
tance tnc from frm Newchwang Newchwng The occupa occupation occup ¬
tion ton of that town tow considered cOJsldere as a a rail railway ri ¬
way centre centr would be b clearly c rly desirable desirablefrom deirble deirblefrom
from a strategic stratgic point pint of view vew It is i by bymeans bymeaD
means meaD of the railway riway running rninl from fromShanhaikwan fromShnhalkwan
Shanhaikwan Shnhalkwan to Newchwang that tat the theRussian theRISian
Russian RISian forces Corc in Manchuria Machuri draw drw from fromChina frm frmCia i
China Cia a largo part prt of their food foo supplies suppliesIt supplo i
It can cn hardly hly bo b the desire deire of the theUnitod theUnit
Unit Unitod States State and Id Great Grt Britain Britin if mind mindful mindCui ¬
ful of tho duties dutie of neutrals neutrls to cramp crampJapans crampJapans
Japans operations oprton by forbidding her to tooccupy t
occupy ocpy Newchwang Newohwg If I Japan Japn how however however ¬
ever should not be b prohibited prhblto from frm tak taking tk tkIng ¬
ing tho place Russia which already alreadyoccupies nry nryoccupie
occupies occupie it pac has h a right to t keep kep it and andto andto
to that tht end to prevent Japanese Japnee war warvessels warvoel
vessels voel from seizing seizng ita it port pr of entry entryYingkow entr
Yingkow Yigkow From Fom the moment therefore thereforethat therCor
that tht tho American Aericn and British Brth war wa ves vessels v vsel ¬
sels sel now at Nowohwang Nccwng shall sl have been beenenabled bn bnenable
enabled enable by the brooking brig up of the ice iceto Icet
to t reach rech the open opn sea se it seems sems plain plainto plai
to t us u neither this ti country cutr nor Great GreatBritain Grat GratBriti
Britain Briti would woud havo bve any right to protest protestagainst protet protetagait
against agait Russias Rtis determination determinaton to t ob obstruct ob ¬
struct tho entrance entranc of a that tht port portIt prt prtIt
It is i probable prbble that tht if i a French gun gunboat gn gnboat ¬
boat lay at Newchwang Newchwg Franco Fanc as asbeing 8
being bing at heart he more friendly frendly to t Russia Russiathan RU
than tha to Japan Japa would woud refrain rrrl from fom de demanding deZdi ¬
manding Zdi even a postponement ptpnemet of ob obstruction ob ¬
struction stcion and ad would woud allow alow her vessel vesselto vol volto
to remain rmi for an a indefinite idefnite period prod within withinthe wltlq wltlqte
the te blockaded bocdod port prt It is not to be b ex expected expce ¬
pected pce that tat the United Unit States Stte and ad Great GreatBritain Grt
Britain Blt would woud betray btry a similar 8iar secret secretpredilection set setprelecn I
predilection It is quite possible for forthem fortem
i
prelecn qute plble
them tem however to t reconcile rnce the rights rght of ofneutrals I IIeutrll
neutrals Ieutrll with wit the rights rpht of belligerents belligerentsby bUiernt I
by foregoing forgoIng the demand demd that New Newohwang Newohwn
ohwn ohwang shall ah remain rmaln permanently pnnentr open openand opn opna
and a confiningthemselves confng themeve to t a request requestthat requet requetthat
that tho te obstruction obtrcio of the t ports por shall shallbo shl
bo b deferred deCer until unti the th breakup breup of the theico theic
ico ic shall s render rder it possible plble for their war warvessels w wvael
vessels vael to withdraw withdrawThis I ITi
This Ti is 1 one wthdraw of many m nice nic questions qteton to towhich t I Iwhic
which whic a prolonged prloge naval navl contest R likely likelyto lily I
rise The line between the rights rightsof
to t give re To Ui btOI te rht
of neutrals neutl and ad those toe of belligerents belligerentscannot bligernt I
cannot co always alwaYI bo b easily eaiy drawn draw and andmuch nd ndmuc
much muc depends depend upon the spirit in which whicho whc I Il
l o accommodation acommoton of seemingly semingly con conflicting cn ¬ I Itotg
flicting totg interests itret la i undertaken udorke In I the thecase te I Io
case o before bfor us u we are convinced omic that thatour
our or Stato Stt Department intends itends to act actwith ac I
with wit absolute abolut impartiality lJrlalt toward towr both bothoombaQts bot
oombaQts cm ut and nd we liko lko to t think tink that thatKing tat tatKi
King Ki EDWARD EDWDD VII VI and ad the British Brti For Foreign Fores ¬
eign es Office Ofc are ar disposed dipse to maintain mantin a asimilar asimiar
similar simiar attitude atitude notwithstanding notithtdig the theviolent thevolet
violent volet antiRussian atRusia demonstrations demontton of ofa ofpp
of tho London If tho two twoAngloSaxon two1oSaon
a part pp to Lndon press prs I t
AngloSaxon 1oSaon Powers Power mean mea to t observe observean obre obrea
an honest hont neutrality they will evince evinceB
a noutrlty tey wi evc evcat
B at much muc consideration cD lderton for the te strategic strategicnecessities sttgo i
necessities necite of one oe belligerent belgerent as for those thoseof tO tOof
of tho t other oter and ad will wi8bow show themselves temelvcDo temelvcDomor no nomore
more mor exacting exaing at Newchwang Newcwang than tha at atAntung atAtg
Antung Atg and ad Mukden Trot Tyriusqut Tyriusqutmihl TlrufU TlrufUmi
mihl nuilo dwcriminc d agetur ageturHysteria
mi nulk cn aeur aeurHYlte
Hysteria HYlte and ad the Cnnnon Cfnnon Boom BoomThe
The Te student stent of tho psychology psycholog of ofcrowds ofowdDd
crowds owdDd willjind matter mtr to t his h purpose pure in intho Intho
tho proceedings preig of the House of Repre Representatives Rpr Rprsettve ¬
settve sentatives on Friday Fday So will wl the student studentof
of hysteria hytra The Te temperature tprtur of most mostof mostoUho
of oUho tho member membez was W high The Te language languageof langago langagoof
of thoso toso who spoke was wa hot The MThehyen Thehyena
hyena hyen in i human huma form for liar lar M Macu scoun scoundrel ¬
drel knave kav appeared appar The Te Post PostmasterGeneral Pot Potmtrner ¬
masterGeneral mtrner was wn called cle urbanely urbanelythat
that tat distinguished ditigihed imbecile imbeoie and ad Mtat Mtatdtahe that thatdistinguished
of asininity Tho ThoHon
dtahe distinguished specimen pcmen ainiity To ToHon
Hon Hon JOHN JOH JAMES JENKINS JENNS the great greathammerer greathamerr
hammerer hamerr of trusts tt formerly forerty of Baraboo BarabooWla Bambo
Wla flamed Ho charged Mr ROOBE ROOBEVEW ROOSBVI
Wi fme carge
VEW VI long lon tho te god go of his W idolatry with withbeing wit
being tho to editor eitor of that supplemental supplementalreport supplementl supplementlrpr
report rpr of Mr M BRIBTOWS BRSTOWS which has hasspread ha hasprd
spread sprd such suc strange trnge panic among the theRepresentatives thoRprnttve
Representatives Rprnttve whoso noble labor for fortheir forteir
their constituenta or themselves temslvC it re reveals ¬
teir cnsttuet r rvel
veals vel Ho cried cre that tat the President Presidentowed Prsident Prsidentowe
it to remove that man manBRIBTOW
owed owe to t Congress Cnge8 rmov thtr
BRIBTOW BRISTW from frm office ofce before bCor the sun su goes goesdown go
down da Language Lgago of melodrama melorm echo echoof echoof
of tense tene nerves nere If I Mr BRISTOV BRISTW1 was to tobo t
bo b bounced bounc it was not indispensable indispensableto Indispnble Indispnbleto
to do it before befor the sun su went down dow on the thewrath te tewrat
wrath of the 151 151The 151Te
wrat to
The Te Hon JOHN JOl WESLEY WESLr GAIKES GANE8 of ofTennessee ofTonneso
Tennessee Tonneso stood stoo in the te aisle ailo waving his hisfists h
fists ft and ad clenching cechg his voice voic Appar Apparently Apparenty ¬
ently enty almost almot everybody everbody but a few old oldstagers oldstger
stagers stger who have been b getting gttng favors favorsat favo1 favo1at
at the Post Pot Office Ofc Department Depar nt for years yearsand er erad
and ad know kow their thoi duty was wa leaping to his hisfeet hisfeet
feet or standing stdig metaphorically metphorcl on his hishead hi
head hed And Ad not all al the old members memberswere membrs membrswer
immune Sparks have been crack cracking
were wer Imue Sprk hn cack cackIng ¬
ing in Gen Gn GROSVENORS GRoSVNORR early erly Roman Romanbeard Roml
beard br for two or threo theed days rs Electricity Electricitynervousness Eloccty Elocctynervouncs
nervousness nervouncs anger angr possessed POSOe the Houso HousoIt
It was wl a mob full ful of mutiny mutinyThe muti
The Te Hon WILLIAM WILLAM ALDEK ADEN SMITH SMTH of ofGrand oCGrand
Grand Rapids Rpids took tok this mass ma of impulse impulseand Impule Impuleand
and blind blid anger nngr and used u it suddenly for Cora
a positive pitve purpose purpe After Atr a l1tte little damn damning d mn mning ¬
ing and denouncing deoucng ho boomed boome Uncle UncleJOE Unce UnceJOE
JOE CANNON CANNONWhen CArON CArONWhen
When the people pple want wa a reallr raY popular candi candidate c ndl ndldale ¬
date for the Presidency lrudecy they hr lake te him hm from fm the thollouse thelooe
looe llouse of RepresentaUves RepresentaUvesSVild epreseUf epreseUflVld
SVild lVld delighted deliht cbeora cber Thunders Tunder of ofI
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opplauso all al around Brund the House Toned Tonedan Tone
an octave ootve or two higher by tho to fury of ofthe ofthe
the crowd Mr SMITH now darted dar jfromthe jfrom frmthe
the general to t tho specific specificAnd apclfc apclfcAud
And I hope the day dl Is I near when the he people will willcrown wl wlor
crown or the be Speaker Spker of tills House Joue who for rtari rtarihas an anhu
has lalthfullr falttul served aered the people and stood llod between betweenthe btwee btweehe
the he Treasury Teuu and ald Its 11 assailants aala and lift 11 him with the thegeneral thereeral
general reeral consent oneM of tbe nallon lalon Into the te EiecuUve EiecuUveofflcr EJollve EJollveotec
offlcr offlcrThen otec I
Then Ten the House rose at him Cheers Cheersyells Ceer Ceeryell
yells yell shrieks a forest Cort of waving arms armsBedlam ars arsBeim
Bedlam Beim yells yols Democrats Democrat and Repub Republicans ¬
licans Icns blow off ol their thel steam stm Uncle JOE JOEconversing JOEconvemlng
conversing with wih a member and ad perhaps perhapsa
a little ltte conveniently cnvenienty deaf soon returned returnedto rture
to toduty duty and ad banged bange the te stuffing atufg out of his hisgavel hi
l At satiated rather than thanweary
gavel gav length lengh satat rther tha thaweary
weary the uproar uprar ceased cae It woo W a agroat ageat
groat geat day for the nerves nervc Likewise Llkewio for forUncle forUnco
Uncle Unco JOE CANNON A boom bom under such suchessentially suc
essentially eentaly pathological pathologlc conditions cnditon will willnot wl
make much that wise wiseold
not muo impression impresion on we weold
old head Still Btl in certain crin hysterical hystericalstates hystrcl hystrclstt
of the intelli intelligent ¬
states stt under the influence infuenc intel
tho subliminal con consciousness ¬
gent hypnotizer hmnotzer sublnnal cn cnsclousnCs
sciousness sclousnCs of tho patient ptent speaks pek and andspeaks andspk
speaks spk the the tnith It may be said sid that thatmany thatmany
many of the Republican Rpublcn and Demo Democratic Democrto ¬
cratic crto members member of tho House made a aspectacle a8potcle
spectacle 8potcle of themselves them elve but it was use useful useful ¬
ful In a away way On the part par of the Republi Republicans Republ ¬
cans cs it revealed rvealed the wish wh which in calmer calmermomenta clmer clmermoments
moments they dont daro dar to express expresspublicly eJpro eJpropublcy
publicly publcy
The Tie Italian Itlan Emigrant EmigrantThe EmiAaDu EmiAaDuThe
The Italian Itln Governments Goverments measures measuresfor meMuresCor
for the protection protton of its it citizens ctzens who de desire do doIlre ¬
sire Ilre to leave their native natvo country countr and ad try trytheir tr
their fortunes fortne In other lands Ild as explained explainedby expllne
by Mr A Rossi one of the inspectors inspctr of ofthe
the tho Royal Emigration Emgrton Department show showa
a clear cea and nd complete understanding undertding of oftho oftho
tho circumstances crcumattC which whch lead len men to toforsake toCorake
forsake Corake their homes and travel tavel in far farcountries Ca
countries Tho Te head hen of the Emigration EmigrationDepartment Emigaton EmigatonDe
Department De nment is Senator Senatr BODIO BODO His Hs ex experience ¬ I
has that Govern Governments Government
perience prlonce hI taughthim taught hm ¬
ments ment and d Legislatures Lg81aturs are powerless powerlessto
to create crate and ad direct healthy henthy migratory migratorycurrents migator
currents curent but con CI only discipline disiplne them themProceeding themProeding
Proceeding Proeding with wth this idea as a the basis bais of ofits oCIt
its It operations opraton the Department Depatment prohibits prohibitstransportation prohibia prohibiatraporaton
from drum drumming
transportation traporaton companies Mdrm Mdrmmlng ¬
ming up trade and ad refuses rCuse to allow allowItalians alow alowIalans
Italians Ialans to go to countries countrie in which they theywill theywi
will wi not receive rclvo proper propr pay for their theirlabor thclrlabor
labor or protection protcton in their persons prsons and andproperty Bndproperty
property propertyThe propertyTe
The Te necessity neceBt of some regulation rglaton of ofemigration oCemigration
emigration arose ao from the scarcity of oflaborers oflaborr
laborers laborr In certain crtin parts pat of Italy Ha in spite spiteof spit
1 1shp
of oCrsing rising wags was and the practice practco of ofstl steam steamship ¬
ship shp companies compaies of enticing entcing oil classes classesand cases casesad
and conditions of to travel
ad condition men merely merelyto merly merlyto
to obtain the te profit proft on their transporta transportation tranpor ¬
tion ton In the competition compotton for business businessthe buslncMthe
the meet mot reckless rnokles advertisers nerier reaped rapd the themost thl
most abundant abundat harvests hret and ad many manycredulous may maycrulous
credulous crulous Italians Ialn were wr lured lue to misery miseryby miser
by false fase promises promlss and ad statements statement Now Nowall Nowal
all al advertising aderilng IB 1 prohibited prohbitd by the theGovernment theGovennent
Government Govennent The Te Government Goerment requires requiresono rques rquesone
ono of its It emigration Imgaton commissioners comissioner to toaccompany toacompM
accompany acompM each ship shp on her trips trp to tocare t
care for the health healh of o the emigrants emigat and andsee andse
see se that they receive recive the food foo and ad treat treatment treat ¬
ment commanded ommnded by tho law Thus as asfor aoCa
for Ca as a ia possible porslblo provision 1 fs mode modeogainnt mno mnouint
ogainnt uint dumping Italians laUn where here there ther is isno i
no employment mployent for them and ad for their theircomfort thcil
comfort cO on tho sea seaItaly seaIaly
or
Italy Ialy was prompt in granting grantng to t the theUnited theUnited
United States State the privilege prvicge of medical medicalinspection meicl meiclIWpecton
inspection IWpecton of passengers palsengers at the port pr of ofembarkation oCobarkRtn
obarkRtn embarkation and in general in the theords thewords
words ords of Mr Rossi that nation naton is seek seeking sek sekIng ¬
ing to prevent prvent forced for d and artificial arifcal emi emigration omlgrtlon ¬
gration grtlon and ad to protect the te emigrants emigrantsfrom emigrats
from those th08f who exploit them A com common cm cmmon ¬ I
mon complaint cmplait in Italy Ityle is that while hie tho thoEmigration thoEmgrUon
Emigration EmgrUon Department Departet frequently frquenty pro prohibits proI ¬
hibits emigration cmlgrton to t specified spcifed countries countriesIt cuntrJe
It never points pint out and and recommends recommendscountries recmmends recmmendscuntries
countries cuntries to t which Italians Itian8 might ad advantageously advatagoully ¬
vantageously vatagoully migrate migrateLiquor migrte migrteLIquor
Liquor Sellers Selerl and Church Curch Members MembersThe IemberlTe
The Te admission of a wine we grower and andwine ad admne
wine dealer deler to membership mnmhelhlp in a Brooklyn BrooklynCongregational Brookly 11
Congregational Cngegdional church has provoked in intho Intho
tho communion cmmunion a 0 discussion disCMlon of which whichtho
tho resignations r lgatons of the assistant asistat pastor pastora I
a deacon deac and three thr other members membersare member memberar
ar are the result rlt No other accusation accton is ismado i
made against niat the character cnncter of the man mansave man8av
save 8av that ho is i in i the business bu ie of growing growinggrapes grong gronggap
grapes gap and nd selling selng fermented fermente wines winesHis wine
His Hi general moral morn character caroter ia said Ild to tobo t
bo b beyond byond reproach and in his hi religious religiousbelief relgious relgiousblef
belief blef and life le ho is i in full ful accord with withthe wlth wlththe
the doctrines doctrine and ad moral requirements requirementsof rquirment
of the church churchNow churchNow
Now under the to system systm of Congrega Congregationalism Congregatonalim ¬
tionalism tonalim it is entirely entrely competent cmpetent for foran Coran
an individual Congregational Congrgatonal church to todetermine todetrmio
determine detrmio for itself itslf the admissibility admisibity of ofa oCa
a wine dealer to its It membership memberhip Each Eachchurch Ech Echcurch
church curch is i a law unto u to itself ItelC with wit no ec ecclesiastical ec eccleiasticl ¬
clesiastical cleiasticl authority autorit superior to it or orempowered orempowere
empowered empowere to exercise exercis control cntrol over its itsindividual It
individual religious rlgiou conscience cnscienc Con Congregationalism Cn Cngrgatonalim ¬
gregationalism grgatonalim is not a Church but an anaggregation a aaggrgation
aggregation aggrgation of churches curces held together togetherin togetlcr togetlcrIn
in simply by b fraternity fraternityof
a 1 common system systm fratrity fratrityof
of spirit spirt and concordance cncranc in religious religioustenets rlgiot
tenets tnet The Te churches churchC are ar in associations associationsbut Isociatons Isociatonsbut
but these t e are rather rther advisor advisor bodies bodiesthan bie
than thn superior suprior tribunals of judicial au authority autorty ¬
thority torty Usually Usualy each ec church curch has ha a abrief abrlof
brief confession of faith
cnC0ion prepared prepar by byitself byItl
itself Itl in i its It own language langage and also alo rules rulesof rle rleof
of discipline diciplne to t which whic tho to membership membershipmust membrhip membrhipmutgv
must mutgv give assent lent but in i these tee the churches churchesare churchesar
are ar generally generalr in so much muc accord accor that thatin thatIn
in doctrine tho Congregationalists
to Congrgatonalit are areabout ar arabut
about abut as n much muc in agreement arement as are arechurches arochurch
churches with an episcopal epicpl or prcsby prcsbytorical plby plbytricl
torical tricl form of government governmentIf goverment govermentI
If I therefore therCor this Congregational Congregationalchurch Cngregatonal Cngregatonalchur
chur church in i Brooklyn Brook chose toe to formulate formulatea forulte forultea
a rule excluding excuding from membership membrhip wine winegrowers wno wnogrower
and dealers and all those In
grower growers deler ad al any anyway an anwar
way engaged engage in the traffic trafo in intoxicating intoxicatingbeverages itxictig itxictigbevergcs
bevergcs beverages no ecclesiastical ecoleslastcal authority authorityover autority autorityover
over it could prevent prcnt its following Colowlng its Jt own ownconvictions
cnvictions convictions of duty Nor is i there thor any anyauthority ay ayauthority
authority to prevent another onoter Congrega Congregational Congrga Congrgatonal ¬
tonal tional church curch from making rules rule which whichrender whichrnd
rnd render < r such persons pe1ons eligible elgible to t momber mombershipf mombr mombrship
ship shipf The le presumption presumpton is that tlat no such suchprohibitory suchprohibitor
prohibitor prohibitory rulo rle had hd been be adopted adopt by bytho byto
to tho Brooklyn Brokly church churc in question queton or tho thowine to towine
wine dealer would not have been bn ad admitted admite ¬
mite mitted to membership memberhip for he is promi prominent prmi prminet ¬
net nent in his business buslnel and his candidacy candidacywas cndidacy cndidacywas
was supported support vigorously by b the pastor pastoris pator patorn
n is an honest and Godfearing GoCearlngm GoCearlngmallnst man manigainst
allnst igainst protests prtets on tho ground gromd of his histrade hil
trade and his election elecion by b the congro cng
gation gaton followed folowed That Tt would seem sem to toremove tormovo
remove rmovo the matter mattr from proper prpr dispu disputation disputaton ¬
tation taton so far oa n that tt particular prlcla church churchla
la concerned cncre The Te assistant asistnt pastor and andthe andte
the te deacon deacn who have resigned relge In i con conBcquonco cn cnequono
Bcquonco equono of the decision are free fr to toconnect t tcnnec
connect cnnec themselves wit with some Con Congregational Cn Cnggtonl ¬
gregational ggtonl church which has a rule ruleagainst rle rleagainst
against admitting aditng wine wie dealers dealer if i they theycan theycn
can cn find fnd such a church or they can cangather cn cngather
gather together one 010 on their own ownaccount ownaccut
account accountTho accut accutThe
The broad brad question qU0ton of the consistency consistencyof consistncy consistncyof
of liquor lquor dealing delng with wth tho Christian Christan law lawdoes lawdo
does do not enter entr into this case rse Only the thediscipline thediciplne
discipline diciplne of tho tle individual idividual church curch under underthe undorte
the te system yatm of Congregationalism Cngregtonalim par particularly pr prtclarl ¬
ticularly tclarl is involved Involve Like a club cub such sucha
church make its own ownrules ownrle
a has qa a right to It
rules rle for admission to t its It membership membershipand membmlp membmlpand
and nobody noboy has ha reason ron for objection objecton if ifthey ifthe
they the exclude excude him It I la avoluntary volutr osso ossociatjon
catJon ciatjon and nobody noboy has ha legal rights right to toadmission toadmision
admission admision to t it which whic transcend transcnd the thoauthority theautorty
authority autorty of Its It rules rulesReligious rle
Religious Rlgiou and spiritual rights right are ar an another another ¬
other matter mattr The Te regulation rgulation or prohi prohibition proh ¬
bition bito of the liquor lquor traffic trafo is i purely a aquestion aqueton
of social and expediency expediencyand
question queton socal nd political poltcl eJplonoy eJplonoyand
and not of any religious rlgious obligation oblgaton under underthe uder uderthe
the teachings tchig of the Gospel Gopl and the prac practice pra prato ¬
tice to of JESUS Himself Hmel If I people poplo were wer to tobo tob
bo b denied denie the means meas of grace grac hold to tobe t
be b essential Contal because becue they have to do dowith dowit
with wit tho liquor lquor traffic trafo a vast vt majority of oftho oftho
tho population pputon of Christendom Chrstndom would be beshut beshut
shut out from the prescribed precibe way of ofsalvation oCslvaU
salvation slvaU n for those who buy no less le than thanthose thantoe
those toe who sell sel are ar included Incude in the cate category ct ¬
gory If I it is wicked wicke to t make and to sell sellwine sel
wine it is wicked wloke also to buy and to use useit ue ueIt
it for any ay purpose purpoe If therefore therCor the therule therle
rule rle of exclusion oxculon which the te protestants protestantswould protetants protetantswould
would have adopted adopte and enforced enforc in the theBrooklyn theBrookl
Brooklyn Brookl Congregational Cngregatonl cHurch were weremade weremado
made general in Christianity Christanity instead In td of oftho ofte
tho te nearly nerly thirty tirty million miion Church mem members member ¬
bers ber now enumerated enumerate in the United UnitedStates Unite
States Stt the te number numbr left would be rela relatively rla rlatvely ¬
small smallMeantime
tively tvely smll
Meantime Metme how would the sinful sinfu wine winedrinkers winedrinker
drinkers drinker get to heaven heavenA
A Genuine Now York Poet PoetFrom PoetFrom
From the University Unherity Club Cub comes cmes a aquestion aqueton
question queton which has a face Car of mild mid re reproach r rproch ¬
proach proachWhy proch prochy
Why y r 0 West Wel tor or poets pe when we e have In I our ourown Or OrOW
own OW State A W Fr Fl of Upper Jay JayTrue JaylTrue
True We have gone West Wet too often oftengarlanded oftn oftngarlanded
garlanded ELMORE and SPRIOO and all allthe al
the other oter hallowed halowe heads of tho te sunset sunsetchoir suneetchoir
choir and left FAT FA of Upper Jay to pipe pipeunregarded pipeunregare
unregarded unregare to the Adirondack summits summitsand summis summisand
and the Au Sable Chasm Chlm Now he hemoves hemove8
moves in us the late lat remorse remore of love loveEnvironment loeEnvirnment
Environment Envirnment is a word wor from which whichthe whic
the nap was worn wor long ago but without withoutit
it KAY of Upper Uppr Jay cannot cnnot bo b under understood understoo ¬
stood stoo Mount Maroy looks at him with withapprobation withapprobnton
approbation approbnton With approbation approbaton with witha
a feeling felng of comradeship cmradeship and equality equalityho equalt
ho looks at Mount Mout Maroy aroy The Te peaks peaksaround peks peksarud
around arud him and in i sight of him the theswiftfooted
swiftfooted waters water of Au Sable River Rivertho Rver
tho to Hudson and ad Lake Lke Chumplain Chlmplain in i the thodistance thedltncjal
distance dltncjal > all that tat wealth welh of lake and for forest ¬
est Ot originate origat explain explai and td annotate the theworks
works of FAT of Upper Jay It is Inevi Inevitable Ievi Ievitable ¬
table that tmtagt a great poet pot should come from fromEssex
Essex county cunty In the truest tret and no nomystical nomystcl
mystical mystcl sense sene those hills hil and waters watersare water waterare
are FAY of Upper Uppr Jay The Te woods wos rustle rustleIn rstlo rstloIn
In him The Te rivers rvers roar in him Ho Hoclimbs 10 10clmbs
Ho in the thepotatoes theportos
climbs clmbs in the paaks pkA grows grw
potatoes portos He is i Essex Esx county count Jay JayUpper Jaytppr
Upper tppr Jay Ja much more than they are arethemselves arethemselves
themselves themselvesTho
Tho EliiabtMoun EliabfAtotn Post publishes publshe his hisBlack hisBlack
Black Bear Situation Situaton Portrayed Porraye in inVerse inVer
Verse Ver One doesnt doent need nee to t hold FATS FATSstrongly FAYSstrongly
strongly strongly antiursine aturine opinions in order orderto ordert
to t admire almlr his hi curious felicity Cel cty his bold boldBrowningliko boldBrownlnglke
Browningliko Brownlnglke or Hudibrasian Budlbrsla yoking yoki of oftho oCthe
the wildest widet unbroken unmatched unmatche flre flresnortlng fre fresnoring
bulls of
snoring snortlng bull rhymes rhymesYour
Your our store atre with the utmost IImost of lar jir frold froldHell froldIel
Hell Iel take tale with Uh pleasure unalloyed unalloyedA unaUoYtdtOIlahle
A constable tOIlahle States faithful talht1 child childWill cbUdlWllaod
Will Wllaod land you bang bar In durance rile rileThen Ie IeTen
Then Ten with Uh an a aim neer known know to err errHe nrHe
He alma Ima polntblank plntblak his hI revolver revolverAnd revolverAd
And Ad what other oter contemporary contmprar author authorhas i ihas
has a 1 style so simple homely strong strongswatting I Iswatng
swatting swatng direct dirct The 1he black bear is on onhis onhis
his travels travel If you please pleaseFarewell plese pleseFarwel
Farewell Farwel he tays yo old den and haunta hauntaThen hauol hauolThea
Then off 01 tor Albany Aby be jaunts jauntsWith laun launlh
With lh much familiarity familiarityHe tamlarI tamlarIle
He le struts tru the streets tret of Albany AlbanyThe Albl AlblThe
The capltol capHol Oh yes e I 11 11Thl s sThis
Thl This den he says was wa built bui for me meThen meThen
Then up the stalra 1 all and nd In he sota sotaWhen 10 10en
When en some lrI one bats btl him blm on the nose noseHn nOe nOele
Hn le snarls narl and scans luap both left 10 and ad right rightWhen rlrhlWhen
When all al but bu one quick Iulel take to flight flightFrom lchttm
From lobby and from corridors corridorsAssemblymen rordor rordorAemblyme
Assemblymen Aemblyme and ad SoAr SoArtor Senators SenatorsFor
For safety quickly madly madl run runWhile rUI rUIble
While ble he who ho slays quick pulls his run runThe runTe
The Te word joy is rehabilitated rhabitatc re redeemed redeeme ¬
deemed Henceforth it Iti8 is covered with withthe withtho
deeme HencCort cvere
vesture of genius thrown
the bright veture over overit ovcrIt
it by FAT FA of Upper Uppr Jay JayMrs JayMr
Mrs Mr CHARLES CnARL1 F MACLEAN MAcLEN deserves deerve the thethanks thethlk
thlk thanks of Now Yorkers Yorker When a policeman policemanIn plcmn plcmni
In i rude nde or neglects neglet his hi duty in her presence presencegho prenc
gho hl makes maO prompt prmpt complaint omplalnt to tho proper properauthorities propr proprIuthorte
authorities Iuthorte If I overy over man mn and woman womn In Inthe Inthe
the city cty would woud follow lolow this thi excellent extlent example examplethe examplethe
the the efficiency emcleoy and ad tho tho usefulness ulCuln0 nf tho thoPolice the thePolc
would be Increased Increasedmanjrfoid
Police Polc Department Dparmnt b Incrle
manyot manjrfoid and Id the comfort omror of the citizens citizensmaterially citIzensmtraly
materially mtraly enhanced enhancedIn onhnl onhnlIn
In his bl inaugural address adr purling purlng with witheloquence wih wihelouenc
eloquence elouenc the Hon GKOBOB GROIOI ROBERT RBERT CAR CARTEB CARTEn
TEn Governor Goeror of the Territory Terrtory of Hawaii Hawaiisaid Haal
sid said In Inelo effect that born hr In Hawaii Iaw ol ho gloried gloriedIn
In the thl name nle of Hawaiian Hawaian His Il fellow felow na natives native ¬
tives tive revere rver him and ad he la doing great greatwork grlt grltwork
work among aong them and justifying Jltyng Mr MrROOSEVELTS MrROOSEVELTS
ROOSEVELTS confidence condenc In him A letter letterfrom lottr lottrfrm
from frm Honolulu printed prit In yesterdays ytrays SUM SUMshown SUI
shown showl the effectiveness etechen of his h II missionary missionarylabors mlonar mlonarlabr
labors laborsThe labr
labrTe The Te native oalf were er told that th with wlh the Homo Rule Ruleparty RUlepary
party pary they th bad nothlnc lohlnr to hope ho and In I order orer to torrt tort
rrt rt work or and lands lad they must mlt all al become bcome Repub Republican ¬
1011 lican Governor Gveror CAETKR CUII explained to 0 the natives nativesthat noles nolesIhU
that be was w appointed appinted by President Pf11en noosrvmtr noosrvmtrwho ROKLT ROKLT1bo
who 1bo was w a Republican Republc 10 o be wished them all al to totake totake
take on the same political plUcal faith and ad Join In I living livingthe rlinrhe
the he country rood ro fovernmenl fovernmenlAn vemmen vemmenAn
An Illustrious IUtrou9 Tale oarsman oarmn Governor GovernorCAnrnn Goveror GoverorCUTKn
CAnrnn knows the Importance Imprtanc of uniform uniformity unifor ¬
iyand ity and rhythm rhyhm In the crew crw And nd thn thl crew crewworships orw orwwOlhlp
wOlhlp worships the captain cptain Many natives natc are areso ar
8 so devoted devot to t him that tht they insist Init upon ac accompanying ac ¬
cmpanying companying him In his prgTld progress and feast feasting felt feltIng ¬
ing him early erly and oft of un n But he Is as a healthy healthyas healhy healhyI
I as ho Is persuasive prulve and can cn stand stad a great greatdeal grat gratdea
dea deal of pig and pol pl
St4TIn 0V nKLWIOS RLIIOlS Of OfMr F FAUTIWRTI
AUTIWRTI AUTIWRTIIlr
Mr Ilr GolUwIn Gollwin Smiths Comment on a He Henmrkable nemarkble
nmrkable Hook HookMomentous UookMoment
Momentous Moment OUR Is the crisis In the history historyof hitor
of man when all al authoritative authorltatvo religion rlRlon al alconsecrated al
conslrtl1 consecrated tradition traditon falls fall him and hi hiIs ho hoIs
Is left lef to work out by hi hil own reason rnon tin tinproblem thoproblom
problem of His Iis origin orgin state and doatlrry doatlrryWith dotlr
With Wih the religions rlgions of authority authorty would pas pasaway <
away owa tho whole order of spiritual Hplrtual guides guidesleaving guidesINlng
leaving as the departure deparur of tfco te clergy cer certalnly certainly
talnly would an Incalculable void not onljIn only onlyIn
In our theological but in our moral morl and andsocial andsocal
social socal system Islem To such a I crisis criis however howeveraccording howeeracoring
according acoring to M Sabatlors Sabaters work ork on Re Religions ¬
ligions Iglol of Authority Authorty to the Importance Importanceof Imporlanc Imporlancor
I of which you have colled cale my attention attnton we weI wehae
have
come comeThe comeTe
The Te days da of all al the religions rlglonl of authority authorityin authorty authortyIn
in M Sabatiers Sabaters opinion ore ar numbered numberedHo number
Ho appears to think that the Papacy Is Islikely I
likely lkely to last 11t the longest 10ng0t It I has a won wonderfully wonderfuly ¬
derfully derfuly strong Itrong organization organizton an Imposing Imposingand ImpOlng ImpOlngRnd
and fascinating flclnatn ritual rtual a legendary an antiquity antqulty ¬
tiquity tqulty founded on a I mythical myhical list lst of early earlyPopes ealy ealyPOpH
Popes POpH It still Itl commands cmmands the allegiance allegianceof
of masses mlSC like lke the Italian Holan peasantry plntr who whocan whocan
can believe bElove In tho miracle mirce of St Janua Januarliis Januarus
rliis rus and the Holy House of Loretto Lortta or the thecrowds thecrowds
crowds of pilgrims pigrms to Lourdes Lure BO o vividly vividlypainted Ivldlypalntl
painted palntl by Zola Of o educated educat adherent adherentit adherntJ
it retains rEtalnR few of pcldntlflo fcl ntfo adherents adhernI almost almostnone almOt almOtnone
none It offers ofer In these thee tlmos tme of religious religiousconfusion
confusion confsion and perplexity perlexty a tempting temptng haven havento havento
to tho weak and doubting doubtng mind It has hasIn hl
In Its Is own despite dople gained gaine in spiritual spirtua char character chi chiacter ¬
acter and respectability respabiity by severance severancefrom leveranoo leveranoofrd
from frd tho temporal power As nn anti antirevolutionary at
revolutionary rvolutonar influence Infuent it is II rather rther re regarded r ¬
garded with wih complacency by the conserve conservetivo cnota cnotatlo
tivo statemen statlmen of Europe Europ Gulzob seemed seemedto 8cml
to have this feeling feelng about It But now nowloaded nowloado
loaded loado with wih such luch a I burden buren of historical historicalmemories historcl historclmemorf
memories memorf as I weighs on n the character of ofno orno
no other power powtr from the foundationof foundaton or the theInquisition theInquisition
Inquisition and the massacre ml acr of the Albl Alblgenses Alblgene
genses gene down to tho persecution prseution of tho thoHuguenots tholuguenots
Huguenots luguenots It Is going Into Its lI last struggle struggleagainst strpglo strpgloIgont
against Igont reason raon and progress prgrS In Its I Syl Syllabus Syllabus ¬
labus It bids bld defiance defanco to liberty lbery of conscience conscienceand cnsience cnsienceInd
and Ind of opinion to the right rght of the State Stateto Stateto
to the great grat gains gons and principles prnclpl6 of modern moderncivilization
cilzton civilization It has lIa consummated cnummatN its pre pretensions pr ¬
tensions tnslon by the usurpation usuraton of infallibility infallibilityI Infalbity Infalbityand
I and its defiance defanc of fact by proclaiming prcalnng the thoImmaculate theImmaculato
Immaculate Conception Cncepton It I Is In the fatal fatalhands farl farlhands
hands of tho Jesuit J0ult or r of ambitious ahilOI priests priestslike prets pretsIko
like Iko Manning and Ind fanatics fante like lke De MaUtre MaUtreCatholics Maltr
Catholics Ctholc who keep terms term with reason rlon such suchas 8uchn
as n Montalcmtcrt Lacordalro Lcoralr and the ee eeceders eecer
ceders cer from frm the Council Cuncl of Rome have havomorally havemoraly
morally moraly withdrawn withdrwn from It and are a under underits underItH
its ban The holiest holet and highest highet of Cath Catholics Catholc ¬
olics olc of former days dar would now be altpoet altpoetheretics alOt alOtherctc
heretics herctc and In danger of having to do pen penance penanc ¬
ance anc for absolution abloluton Onco more mor let It i be said saidthat saidthat
that the Papacy is Ii not the Catholic Catholo Church Churchnor Churh Churhnor
nor is the Catholio Catholo Church Churh the Papacy PapacyThe PapaoyThe
The Papacy Papoy Is an Italian Ialan usurpation usuratio al always aia ¬
ways a in Italian Ialan hands handl Papal theocracy thecmc is isthe Isthe
the creation cration of Hlldebrand Hidebrand The Patri Patriarchs Patr ¬
archs arhs of the two Imperial Impraleile8 cities Rome Rmo and andConstantinople andCnstantnople
Constantinople Cnstantnople had a natural ntural supremacy supremacywhich suprmcy suprmcyhlch
which hlch In tho tll case care of the Patriarch Patrarch of Rome Romewas Romeas
was as enhanced enhanc by ly the tradition of empire empirewithout empir
without being overshadowed olrhadowc by the t he pres presence pr ¬
ence of the Imperial impral power pwer The Tle authority authorityof authorty authortyI
I of Gregory Grgory the Great was spiritual Hplrtual and andmoral andI
I moral moral Ho le did not like lke Hlldebrand Hidebrnd aspire aspireto Mlr
to theocracy themcy and proclaim prdalm hist supremacy supremacyover suprma C Cover
over all al tho Powers Power of the world Unless UnlessTTO Unl1
I TTO e keep this thll distinction ditlncton In view iew a great greatbody grat gratboy
body boy of truly trly Christian Crstan character charter and lifo lifowhich lfe lfeI
which never ceased cel0 to exist ext within the pale paleof paleof
I of tho Papacy may otherwise otherise bo confounded confoundedvrlth conoude
vrlth wth the action acton of antiChristian antCritan power powerThat pwer pwerfat
That fat the Papacy Papay was W not the whole of the theCatholio theCatholo
Catholio Catholo Church Chuh we have a 1 reminder In Inanother Inanother
another religion fplglon of authority authorty with wih which whichM
M t Sabatler Sbatler does not deal deal The Eastern EasternChurch Estam Estam11rh
Church 11rh now mainly represented rprente by the theChurch theI
Church Churh of Russia has h1 from the beginning beginningremained beginningrmained
I remained rmained separate from that which whih is II rep represented repI ¬
I resented renlNI by tho Papacy in spite spie of on en enforced enforll ¬
forced forll transitory trnlitory and nugatory nugator net nt of ofsubmission offubmPllon
fubmPllon submission In this case cnle the authority aUlhorty is islargely II
largely larlpl national ntonal tho identity Identty of Church Churchand Curh Curhand
and Stato Statoln In Russia IhlAia being complete complett BO s that thatthe thatthe
the Procurator of the Holy loly Synod is a very veryimportant
important Imporant Minister lnlster of State The Tle Church Churchis Curh CurhIH
is Holy Russia Uustla and Holy Hal Russia Rwsia is the theChurch theChurh
Church Churh Thn immobility immobiity of the system systemverges sYBtemerle
verges erle on torpor torpr Naturally Naturly those thoo who whobreak whobreale
break away from frm it break brak away with wih a avengeance acleanco
vengeance cleanco The orthodoxy orhoox of Pobye PobyedonosteelT PobyedonOt8eI
donosteelT donOt8eI gives birth to heterodoxy in inTolstoi InToislol
Tolstoi and something Imlhlng moro mor than hetero heterodoxy heterodox ¬
doxy dox in i Kropotkin Rropot kin Hero also the incipient incipientforces Incpient Incpientfore
forces fore of dissolution dislolution may bo seen seenYet slen slenYr
Yet Yr another religion rlgion of authority nlthority un unnoticed unnotcl1 ¬
noticed notcl1 by M 1 Sabntior Sbnlor is I Anglicanism Anglcanim the thoreligion therlhlol
religion rlhlol of the Stato Church Churh of England EnglandA
A State Church Churh that of England En land Is in intho Intho
tho fullest fulet sense Beno of the term It doctrines doctrinesand docrnC
and ritual are ar an nmnlKam amallam of the personal personalbias pronal pronalbia
bias bia of Henry lenr VIII VII who died Illiial half a 1 Catholio Catholiothough Ctholu Ctholuthough
though in revolt reol against tho th Papacy the thepolicy thepoloy
policy poloy of his executors eXttutorf a new ne aristocracy aristocracywhich nristomcywhidl
which looked for support suppor to the party 11ar of ofprogress orprgrs
progress prgrs against tho ancient nobility nobity and andthat andthut
that of the opportunist opprunbt statesmen ftnt en of Kliza Klizaboth Jl7a Jl7aboth
both which hlch was ono of theological com compromise compromi ¬
promise promi e In the history of the Church Churchof
of England I n lnll tho several elcrrimts ecwnnts of Its Il com composition lom lompsltcn ¬
position psltcn predominate in turn first flt tho thoCienovnn tholpnoI
Cienovnn lpnoI which hlch pivcs it birth birh to the Lambeth LambethArticles IAmbeth IAmbethAltrlC
Articles AltrlC nnd tho ho delegation dehgaton to Iho Calvin Calvinistio Calln Callniato
istio iato Synod of Dort Der then under Laud the thoCatholic theCatholc
Catholic Catholc again a aln aftnr atlr a long period pro of tor torpor torpor ¬
por the Genevan G010an or evangelical eanreleRI and now nowonco nowonce
once more mor In n htrge section srlon of tho clergy clergythn clergytho
thn Catholic Cholc though a small smal eoction eoc1on la ra rationalist rationalst ¬
tionalist tionalst The Tle authority authoriy In this thi care cle Is the theParliament theParlamrnt
Parliament Parlamrnt which originally orlRnaly settled Btl the thosystem thestem
system without wit out any renl rnl regard rganl to Convo Convocation Cno Cnocaton ¬
cation but in those times Itself It
caton th0 tme was el Angli Anglican Angl ¬
can whereas whlras It is now made me up lp of men of ofall oral
all al religions rlgions and of none Such a I state Itate of ofthings orthingI
things thingI if the Church Churh of England Englad Is a spirit spiritual 8plrl 8plrlual ¬
ual body cannot last long She may mlY be beforced b
forced forl1 to break brnk her political poltloal bonds and anddissolution nnddissoluton
dissoluton dissolution will wi ensue ensuePractically crme crmePracticly
Practically Practicly the he most mOt Important Impornnt of the thesubjects thesubjets
subjets subjects with Ith which hleh M Sabatler Anbater deals dMs Is Istho Istho
tho Protestant PrtOtant authority Ruthort that of the Bible BibleHe BibleHE
He HE seems HPmR fully fuly to embrace embrce the judgments of ofcriticism ofcriticsm
criticism criticsm literary lterry and historical historicalIn
In what condition do wo actually aotualy find findtho fne
tho text of the Old Od Testament Tltament Scriptures ScripturesInstead Srptur I
Instead InRtNd of the ho homogeneity formerly at attributed attribute ¬
tributed tribute to tothtm them wo find fnd in thn historic historicbooks hl toro torobooks
books a 1 fabric woven of documents doumentR yet yetmoro 1
moro mor ancient whoso vancolored varolor threads threadsore thrads thradsnl
easily distinguishable making clear clearJudges
ore nl I1i dlltnjihlhle taklnj clelr clelrt
t hat the Ptntatlueh anelho hooks of JOhua JOhuaJudrm
Judges Judrm Samuel 8a1ut1 and Kings assumed lumed their theirpresent thElr thElrrsont
form at late date Further Furthermore
present rsont n very er urI1 r ¬
more what what a medley mlley of disarrangement disarrangementdo dlmrrnmnt dlmrrnmntdo
do wo find fnd in the prophecim rophldf of Isaiah IsaiahJtochnriah IalahZehariah
Jtochnriah Zehariah and Jeremiah Jlrmlah to speak 1Xak only on1 of ofthose ofthofe
those thofe whoso ho want of connection cnneton is I visible visibleto I lbl lblto
to tho unaided unlldf oyel What 11n is I the book of ofPsalms oflalms
Psalms lalms if not tho Pfalter Pfa1pr of the Jewish Jewishsynagogue JewishIynagoFue
synagogue made mde UD of hymns hml of very cry
different IynagoFue dlternt periods I already alrnrly gathered jatheTI into intoearlier intoplrlcr
earlier plrlcr collect coJolo pero ions What lt Khali fhal we say sayunder Rayunder
under this head hlad of Proverbs Protfhs and tho entire entireSolomonic
Solomonic literature UtcratuT oflshoots of which whichore whichar ntr
ore ar found down to lot tho ho second send century ctntur be before befor ¬
fore 23fl 23flM
for our era p I IM
M Sabatler Sbater abandons nhandonl In plain terms terl the thesupernatural thl
supernatural uprnatral notion noton of tho Bible Dble and Ind con confesses confsC ¬
fesses fsC that t hat It I IH II no longer Ion Ier the Infallible Infallble rule ruleof nle nleof
of religious rlgloul thought the oraclo olcle of abso absolute abso ¬
lute and eternal oteral truth Yet Yr ho treats tlat8 it itstill Itsti
sti still as al the great grat aliment and support suppor of ofspiritual 01spiriual
spiriual spiritual life le Ho 10 says that it continues continuestodltcharge contnue
to todltcharge dltharge a double and essential Istntlal function functionIn fncion fncionIn
In the life le of churches churh families fAmie and In Individuals Indhldual ¬
dividuals that It Is no longer a code ce but butremains butrmlins
rmlins remains n testimony tfthnon Is II no longer a I law lawbut lawbut
but Is u means of grace groei does dOe not prescribe prsrb
tho scientific forrnulavof lormulu flath faith but doftsre doftsreI dOM r rmain
i sentfo
I main the historic hltoro fountain fountan of Christian Christianknowledge Crtan CrtanImowlogo
knowledge Luther Lutler he says s and ad Cal Calvin Cl ClIn ¬
Imowlogo
vin In mod uJ the Bible freely frely as 0 spiritual pi ritul food foodwithout fo fowihout
without bibllolotry Luther disparaging disparagingthe diparging dipargingI
wihout bibUolatr
the Epistle Episte of James Jame Col Cvn vin looking loking askance askanceon akan akanon
on tho Apocalypse To which it might mightbo mg t tbe
I
Apalys
bo replied npled In the first flt place plae that Luther Lutherand Lutherand
and Calvin Cfhin brought with them confirmed confirmedconvictions confre confreconvlctonl
convictions convlctonl from their previous prvou rellglou rellgloustate
state In the second lond place plao that they were werenot wer wernot
not common men Simple souls lul can cn hardly hardlybe haly halybe
be expected cxpctr to make use UIO of a great grat course courseof couro couroor
of literature leraturo as 1 food fo for spiritual spirtu appetite appetitedeveloped applo applodevelop
developed within themselves thenel Injecting InjectingInto Injetpg InjetpgInto
develop and emo emotion omoton ¬
Into it their personal pronal thoughts thought
tion They Tey want authority or at least let a apositive 8poslhe
ton
positive poslhe rulo such as l they believed belove they theyhad theyhad
had In tho Bible believing beleving It to be through throughout ¬
out the Inspired InHplrd Word of God GodHow GodHow
How after aftr the admissions admls810D which whichBabater M MSabatler
Sabatler Babater has ha made mde can he continue contnuo to speak speakof 8pk 8pkof
of the Bible at all am How can cn he persevere persevereIn prver
In treating as a book bok that which Is In fact factcleion a acollection
collection cleion tratng of 1 books A independent of each eachother eah eahother
other and varying greatly graty in character characterspirit chartr chartrspirt
spirit spirt and value The Te Old Testament Tetament Is Isthe 18the
the whole of ancient Hebrew Bebrw literature literaturebound
bound up together Tho Idea Ide of God Go dif differs differ ¬
fers fer materially mteraly In different difernt ports par of it The TheGod To ToGo
and the thespecial the8pclal
God Go of Genesis Oeneil is anthropomorphic anthrpmorhlo
special 8pclal deity of o a patriarchal patrarhal family famiy The TheGod Te TeOo
God Oo of Joshua JOhua and Judges Judge Is Intensely Intenselytribal Intenely Intenelytribal
tribal sanctioning sanctoning in the Interest InteJt of the thotribe thetrbe
tribe trbe wholesale wholeale massacre mM8r as I In the case oae of ofthe ofthe
the Canaanites Cnanlto treason tTon as in the cose of ofRahab ofRahab
Rahab assassination MsSlnaton as a In the case Cle of ofSlsera oCSiserj
Slsera Siserj inflicting Infictng plagues plagu6 upon upn all al the Egyp Egyptians Egy ¬
tians tan to make Pharaoh Pharoh let the favored favoredtribe
tribe trbe go Thin deity and the deity who whomakes whomke
makes mke Balaams Bala8 ass aSI speak 8pa who ho sends sendsa nd nda
a lying spirit Rpirt to Ahab who makeo mae bears bearskill bel
kill ki a J party parr of boys bo for mocking Ellsha Elsh Is Isa Isa
a conception onoepton surely surly lower than that of Deity DeityI
I In the second nd Isaiah IBlab In Amos In the more morespiritual
spiritual spirtual Psalms Pslms Tho Tle Psalms are ar mani manifestly mnl mnlrpsty ¬
festly rpsty by different diernt hands The spirit plrt of ofsome ofsome
some of thorn thor Is i gentle gfte and beautiful beautlul That Thatof Tat Tatof
of others othol IH I the reverse reverseAn rvele rveleAn
An attempt atempt has h8 been ben made mae to Impart Impartunity
unity uniy to t the collection cleion and at the same sametime Mmetme
time tme to explain away Its It moral difficulties difficultiesand
and give it as 1 a whole the character chartr of a aprogressive aprgflve
progressive prgflve revelation rvelaton by the help of that thatuniversal thatuniverl
universal univerl key the principle princple of evolution evolutionBut evolutionBut
But no process prS of evolution evoluton can cn really raly be bediscerned
discerned dl ro In the latest lat0t books bok of the theseries te tesres
series sres those of Ezra and Nehemlah Nehenlh there therereigns ther therrign
reigns rign the narrowest narrwEt tribalism trbal Im a tribalism tribalismwhich trbalim trbalimwhich
which commands ommand the Hebrew Hebrw to put away awayhis awayhlB
his Gentile Gentie wife Of tho book bok of Esther It Itis ItIA
is only necessary neesar to say IY that It Is the source sourceof sore soreof
of the feast of Purim PurimIf Purm PurmI
If I the Hebrew Hebr ltertur literature Is I divested dlete of the thecharacter thecharacer
character characer of revelation relaton is It certain oron that thatwe thatwe
we owe It more mor morally moraly and spiritually spirituallythan spirtualy spirtualytha
than tha we owe the Greek Grk The Te Greek Grk Pan Pantheon Panthen ¬
theon then of course COUIe is II morally morly low though thoughsunny thoughsunny
sunny and Inspiring Inpirng to art ar But the deity of ofSocrates ofSortl
Socrates Sortl though Indistinct Indistnc nnd an hardly harly per personal pr prsonal ¬
sonal is sublimely moral moral In the Hebrew Hebrewliterature lebrw lebrwleratur
literature leratur there Is on tho whole not notmuch notI
much of tenderness tenderl or affection aolon We have haveRuth haveRutb
I Ruth it Is true tne wo have the slme friendship friendshipof rendhip rendhipof
of David and Jonathan and some other othertouches otherI
I touches touch of humanity hunity But Out there is no noparting noI
I parting partnp of Hector Hetor and Andromache Andromahe There Thereis Ter
is no Antigone Antgone or Alcratls alts There Ther ia nothing nothinglike
llko like the sentiment sentment of the Greek Grk epitaph In Inwhich Inwhich
which tho dead wife says that tha of the two twobabes twobab
babes bab which she bore bor her husband one she shekeeps shekeep
keeps keep with her as I the pledge plege of his hlsloe love and andtho andtho
tho other sluvhas sbthl left ler to bo b the prop prp of his hisold hisI
I old age agl Sternness Sternnes amounting amountng often oren to togrimness toI
I grimness grmn6l seems 6Mml to bo the general gleral tone of oftho oftho
tho Old Testament TestamentThen Tetament Tetamenti
i Then upon upn what principle would M MSabatier MI
I Sabatier Slbater say if belief belef In a I supernatural supernaturalrevelation suprnturl suprnturlI
revelation rvelaton Is to be discarded dlfarN are we to tobind tobind
I bind up the New Testament with the Old OldThe Od OdTle
The Tle Deity and the religion relgion of the Old Od Testa Testament T0ta ¬ i iment
ment are artrbal tribal and tribal trbal they remain rmin to tothe tothe
the last 111 The Tlo God Go of the Chosen Cosen People Peoplemight Peoplei
i might be destined ctne to extend his sway Iway over overall oerI
I all nl the nations natoM of the earth parh but He le would wouldstill wouldsti
still sti be the Go Sod of tho Chosen ChoBn People The TheGod Te TeGo
God Go of the New Testament T0tampnt Is the equal equalFather eual
I Father of all Tho of the
al Te son carpenter capnter at atNazareth ati
i Nazareth Nlrcth would of course coule accept aept un uncritically unI ¬
critically criticaly tho sacred scr books boks of His Is nation nationwith naton natonwi
I with wi h their traditional t rdltonallnttrprtatoJ Interpretations But ButIt ButIt
It was W not from frm tho narrative narrte of the plagues plaguesof plaue
of Egypt Egyt or of the slaughter of the Canaan Cnnaanite CanaanIte
ite Ite that he drew drw His Hs ideas Ideal of the father fatherhood fatherhoo ¬
hood hoo of God Go and Mm brotherhood hrotherho of man manIf manI
I If I the religion relgion of f Vow Testament Tltament owed owedItsbirthtothatoftlitOld owe
ItsbirthtothatoftlitOld birth tothat Testament It
II ofJdhl Terment was wasrather wa
rather by repulsion than by production productionOf producton
Of the alleged allgl1 prophecies prophp 11 of Jesus J UI in the theOld theI
Old Testament criticism has h dis disposed
I Od Tetampnt crtcism entirely entrly dls ¬
posed pe Tho To spirit 8plrt of the Old Testament Testamentcrucified 1ftament 1ftamenti
i crucified crucife the Teacher of the Now Nothing Nothingis
is more mor dear or familiar famiar to us than the thoBible
Bible Dble as lS It Is Great Grat indeed indee would be tho thowrench thowrnch
wrench wrnch of parting partng with wih it Yet Ytt nothing nothingsurely nothingsurly
surely surly can be lees les rational than a volume volumeIn
In which certain portions portons of Hebrew lebrw history historyand histol
and literature leratur are ar bound Iomd up as fA Identical Identcal in insource Insoure
soure source and spirit with ith theSermon on the theMount theMount
Mount MountFor
For my own part I should prefer to rest restthn Jt JtI
I the claims olalml of Christianity Christaity to serious serous and andunimpassioned Mi
I unimpassioned consideration consideraton no more mor on onanything onI
I anything anyhing mystical nst Ical or esoteric < oteric than on any anything ¬
I thing supernatural supernaturl but rather ther on tho evi evidence e ei ¬
i dence of tho character moral and anl social socialwhich socal
which Christianity Christlanlt has hi produced producN and the therelation therlation
relation rlation of that character charter to the progress progressof prgrs prgrsof
of humanity These Tee are ar facts fact not less lesscertain les lesraln
certain raln in their way than any that catt ca be besubmitted
submitted submite to to tho Investigation Intgaton of science scienceGOIDWIS ecence ecenceGOIDWII
GOIDWIS GOIDWII SMITH SMITHDemocratic SITI SITIlmocntl
Democratic lmocntl Nomination NominationTo NomlnatoD NomlnatoDTo
To THIS Tn Enirort or OP THE TiE SUN Sir As a asticeistlon
sticeistlon IIIIaton for the Democrato Democratic convention conventiontwo comenton comentontwo
two cood Iood Merllni AterlDI clean Democrats DemocratsFor Democrlt8
For Priiiatnt PriiiatntDAVID Prlldr
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NEW Yonn March 13 1 p w I IThe ITe
The Te Case of Futlrna Fatma and ald l Ina InaTo na naTo
To THK TB nniTon rDJTf OF 01 THK TI Son SUSr sir The new poet poetIn POf POfIn
In Montlcello Monlclo I all al right as a the cue ce tandi al pres present present ¬
ent In the Lattlmer Ltlme family tamll hut hutSuppose bu buSupps
Suppose Supps that Lena Lna ithould get ce fat fatAnd laiAnd
And ratlma Ialma ret re leaner leanerOh lelulr lelulrOhMonloelo
Oh OhMonloelo Uonllccllo think of that thatCould IhalCould
Could anything tlne aouid aou d meaner meanerThan mener menerTan
Than Tan to hear you OU call cl the lean I an one Tat TatAnd Fal
And rail rai the Ih fat one aie Iena IenaN
aGBOROI GBOROI OWMI F UETEB UETEBHansel Mn
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Hansel Ilnel Cox statne statneTo StatleTo
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Jallas Iala nt the head of the Department lepnrtmfnl of Iarks and andhis andhi
his hi wellknown wellmo Ideas of nn Ir In public publo plarea pIAN may maywe ma maw
we w not hope to sec sa Sunst Sunset Coxs e statue erected trCted In L a aconspicuous aIonplcuous
conspicuous spot In Central Park ParkIs
sp Iork IorkT
Is It true that this Matue was formed
T lire Iba Ihl 5alue 0 by welding weldingCoxs eldlnrCO
Coxs CO bust bus to the trunk of a statue of Lincoln which whichtho whlcbtho
tho maker I had on hand II and when the he Cox Cx statue wrw wrwordered W
ordered orered 1 have been told that this thi was wn done doneNEW d dNEW
NEW YORK March Marh u 1 Ltnon LDR UNIONIST UNIONISTItellilon UNONlr UNONlrnelalon
Itellilon nelalon and ald lelbAn IlfAlth An Acnoitto Acnoto View ViewTo tew tewT
To T rim KoirOK EDITR or TUB T SUN SVNIr Sir So far tlr as a the thewriters thewrler
writers wrler observation obonalon coes Ioes It I Is I that the healthiest healthiestpersons hulhleS
persons perlns of his hi acquaintance aequalnlace are precisely pehel those who whotrouble whoIruble
trouble Iruble themselves Ihe1s es the least about abut religion religionI rlrlon
I am led to the conclusion ronoulon therefore that It I can cannot
not 101 be Inferred Inrerrd from trm observation o ernlon that there htr Is any anyrelation nr nrrflaton
relation rflaton of cause and effect etct between physical phlolea health healthand hullhaud
and disbelief dlbelet In the existence of matter maier as L a Dine Dinean
an 11 alch or belle eUelthat that all ni Is I spl pI rtt A A L LNiw LE
Niw E YORK YOI March afh U UCetrwayoi 1 1CelcwaTo
Cetrwayoi CelcwaTo Study In London LondonFrom loI4u loI4uFrol
From tlu tihrfftlt Sh1td rrlipnijVi rrlipnijViTtie Ttlgrol TtlgrolIe
Ttie Ie latest latel student IIUdeo to be b admitted admlled to the rttdtnr rttdtnrroom redlnrrm
rm room of 0 the th IlrUlih nrlhh Miueum h um li I blj hi Royal RallrhneS Highness HighnessPrince
Prince IrlnN Celmrayo third Iblr son ln of Hint Cetewayo Cetewayothe CttWIo CttWIothe
the Zulu ulu rhlrf nf famous memory The Th Prince Princepropmes Irno
propmes prpe to study the history bl of of tls lb country eOlolo from fromthe frm frmbe
the be time tme of hla h celebrated celebrle ancestor actr Chaka Clka
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A NEW CALEffDAn CALEffDAnA
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A Reformer Propoaet POPOI a ThirteenMonth ThirteenMonthYear Tlrteenonth J
Year and Makes TbU Tl Year A V ao4 ao4To a J
To ma u EDITOR EDITOI or 0 THE Tl BUN BUNir Sir Th Thtendency ThtDdeno1
tendency tDdeno1 of the present prMnl day dy Is I to t reduce rduc com complexlty conipleII1
plexlty pleII1 to t simplicity simplcity to t convert con vri multiformity multiformityInto muliormiy muliormiyInto
Into uniformity unlcrnty chaos ohlO to system sY8 m uperst upersttlon Uprl
tlon ton to t science scleno Ao dc Why rouy this not apply applyto apII apIIto
to our ou r existing exatnl calendar calendarIn cllendar cllendarIn
In the first frst place the year should b calM calMAnno oalr
Anno Anl Verl VerI tho ho year of truth trth Instead Insttad of Anno AnnoDomini Ann
Domini because boauso all al years since creation creaton ore oreyears nreyoaT
years yoaT of the tle Lord Lrd It I should begin from fromthe rromth
the th time tme when wo first frstdlscowrld discovered what hnt caused causedthe CUP CUPtbe
the year ear vlx l tho revolution revolutor of C the e rartb rartbaround fRrtb fRrtbaround <
around the thl sun Thin was aa practically practeatl estau estaullahcd l tl
llahcd lshcd In 1000 16 liy Galileo Oaleo with wih hi sol ol stit stitThe tat tatThe
The present year therefore would ould be beso A V
304 so
304Our
Our months originate orlllnnt from the phases phl s of ofthe orthe
the moon There TherJre are thirteen thlrteel moonth hcnf hcnfthere henethere >
there should bo thirteen month 10Itl It I woulil woulilbebetter w0111 w0111bebet
bebetter bebet rthnt that these thele months should he hI named namednumerally Dlined DlinednumeralyLtn
numerally numeralyLtn Latin numerals nlmtral8 preferred prefHrlda prefHrldaPrlmul ai aiPrimus
Primus Prlmul Beoundus Soundul Tertlus Tertll Qtiarttis Quartl Qulntnt QulntntBextus Qlln1
Bextus Sxtus Septimus 8eptmul Octnvus Nonus Declinu DeclinuUntleclinu Decmu DecmuUndeclnU
Untleclinu UndeclnU or forbrevlty tor brot tnoeinus lnCIU81 Duo Duodectmug Iuo Iuodecimul
dectmug or for brevity brfltr Doccmus DOmuII Trede Tredehowever Tredclmus
clmus or for brclt TrlcJU fHnep fHneph01or
however h01or people pople are averse nverf to chamrev ohanllp per perhaps pfr pfrhops
haps the simplest slmplelt plan Ilan would woull be b to add on onmore i imore
more month Each ch month should Kholl have havetwentyeight hll
twentyeight twentyltht dn days s or BOVPH weeks Ipla < which whichcorrespond hlh hlhorreapond
correspond orreapond to the aspects aspcls of the th moon mon from fromdark fromdark
dark to full ful and bucK again ajaln Each ncl cmy dl of ofthe 01the
the month would wOlld then occur on the same saloda salodaor day dayof
the week throughout the he entlrn
of throulhout Inlrf year yearI far farThirteen
I Thirteen months of twentyeight tent ellhl days daysemmlg da1pqunts
emmlg 364 36 days There would ould thus tlJ bo b ona onaleap
da taeh nr nd 10 Ruch odd dn on onl
leap od l years This 1 his dny dn should OholJd not bn b counted countedIn cOlnlfd cOlnlfdIn 1
tarl
I In aJ the calendar cliendar at nil but get aside n lde and cele celebrated lfle lflebrlted ¬
brated brlted as New Years dny dn In leap years yearsthere rl y yth
there th re would be b two such holldny holdR The Thnfirst Thefrst
first of the fiscal fscl rear ear should bo 0 the first frM Mon Monday Ion IondlY ¬
day frst dlY after uter the winter solstice Iolsllb excepting pxpPtnl the thethe th thNew
New Ylar do This ould I De 3 In Inthe
the year 1007 10 Dec 21 will wi occur ocur on Monday MondayThn Monda MondaTln
Thn day of 0 rest should not be the flrft frpt hut hutthe hutthe
the Tln Inst day of the week as al the th lilhl 1hiA directs directsthat dlreehthRt
that It should be b Coming Comll ns n they tlt do ro so soclose 0 0dOlI
close dOlI together tOlether Christinas Chrlatlal and Netv Years Yearsday nrR nrRda
day da could culd be celebrated as 8S0nl one In fact our ourChristinas ur urChrlstlRI
Christinas ChrlstlRI Day On as at at present pre8nt celebrated rplebrlfd has hasundoubted h hundouhted
undoubted association o8oclatlon with the thf suns sunI fim fimperceptible nr l lprrptble
perceptible northern northtr advance If I the months monthsretained monthlr
retained prrptble r t4Ind their thlIr present prtleJt names Instead In lpad of ofTo 01numernlR
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be to add nnother and rAi It Tre Treomber
netBT or the abbrelatr thlrlln thlrllnTo
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To conform to this the dates of fixed fxed events eventsor nl nlor
or celebrations would have ha to b he altered alteredOf oltNld oltNldOf
Of course Olebratons superstition and the obduracy of ofhabit oflblt
habit would RUpeltton for n while revolt Against a Inpl this thisbut ihl ihlbut
but lblt such woull Is the thf fate wlte of nil Al reforms reorm II however howeverIS howlr howlrbenefcnt
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benefcnt IS would also A O frighten frIhten some small ImRllnllllllnCrR ImRllnllllllnCrRbut eUPr Intelligences Intelligencesbut
but t the facts of nature ns we now know no them themproclaim tbpmproclaim
proclaim facs the reasonableness rp81onablpnls8 of this th system systemas s 8tfm
as ngalnst the patchwork patthsork of our twelve months monthscalendar onlha onlhacnlendar
calendar nlulnst some 1 me containing contltlnK thirty thlr days dayssom da dasome
some thirtyone thtronr days dSYI and oner twentyeight twentyeightor
or twentynine days as conditions cndltonl require requireOur rquire rquireOur
nnd nnturemade calendar calendarwould
Our perpetual rptual nnturmade callndar callndarould
would ould then bo as follows followsANNO folows folowsAHO
ANNO AHO TBItr VBfr 304 304Xtu 3
Xtu I Yrart Y rI Day Dal and Chwtmai ChNImll Die n nThe nDIe
DIe 2 M T If Th J S 8U 8UJanuary
January 1 2 a I e 1 Up t tFebra
Febra I 2 a I I e 1 1Marh
Marh I a I I 0 1 1Aprl
Aprl t a I I 0 7 7Mar
Mar I 2 a I 0 7 7June
June t a I I 0 7 73
3 I I 0 7 7A
A Uco I 3 I I 0 1 1Rpteber
Rpteber I a I I 0 1 1Oclobr
Oclobr I 2 3 I I 0 7 7Novmbr
Novmbr I 3 I I s 1 1Deoembr
Deoembr 1 J I I 0 1 1Treembr
Treembr I 2 a I I 0 1 1The
The above calendar In II as al near to t natures naturesproclamation laUr1
proclamation as R it can be made Ddf It I has hasmany hoamlY
many prolAmaton advantages adanlales and no real rf disadvantages disadvantagesDetails dl adnnt ges gesDftala
Details mlY Dftala have been omitted omltfd for brevity brevityNKW brevityNEW
NEW YORK March arch n 1 H 8 W WFrederick WFedtlok
Frederick Fedtlok fie le Great and Ind Hlit Illtory ry ai She Sheii SheI
ii I Made In Conrreti ConrretiTo Cnee CneeTo
To THE TE EDITOR or THE Te SUN BUNSir Sir Repre Representative Representatve ¬
sentative sentatve Bakers resolutions relluton against acllst Fred Frederick Frr ¬
erick erck the Great and Senator 8ntor Stewarts Stwars crown crowning orownIna ¬
ing Ina that monarch with wih the thl laurels laurl of Peter Peterthe Pettr Pettrthe
the Great ore on a par pr Whereas Wheral say sayBaker sy syBker
Baker Bker the early recognition recrlton of th the Inde Independence Inde ¬
pndenc pendence of the American Amerlc n Colonies Clonies by Fred Frederick Frederick ¬
erick the Great Grelt was wa In no sense sns due du to sym sympathy ly ¬
pathy Ac Ic But Frederick Frederck the Great Grlot never neverrecognized nevr nevrreconlzd
recognized reconlzd the Independence Indepndeno of this coun country cun cuntry ¬
try He le promised promisd Franca Frnoe that he would woulddo ould oulddo
do so if she did but broke his word Not Noteven Noten
even en after oter George 1IJ 11 had reoognlrcd reoololzed our ourindependence ourIndePndence
independence IndePndence did any such recognition recgiton come comefrom cme cmefrom
from Germany German When the American Amerlon en envoy In Invoy ¬
voy sought nn Interview In rvlew with wtb Frederick Frederickit
it was refused reuSd and when that envoys vnllsa vnllsaof valse valseof
of papers pPrs was wla stolen stol18 by the English EnrlsbAmbana EnrlsbAmbanador Ambassa Ambassador ¬
dor in Germany rmany Llston the monarch re refused rptU ¬
fused tU d any redress rldrlss Frederick permitted permited the theHessians theHpllnl
Hessians Hpllnl hired by George Gorle III II to pass pss through throughhis throulh throulhhis
his kingdom on their way to fight frh tha Ameri Americans Amlrl AmlrlCnl ¬
cans kingom and when his hil French friends frlendl protested protestedsimply polestld polestldsimply
simply placed placd enough tax tx on the emissaries emissariesto
to make a little Itto money moneyThere moneyThpre
There Is something smehing not unwelcome unwflcolo In thn thnmonumental thomonumentu
monumental I mistakes mIstkes at Washington When WhenEmerson Whln
1 Emerson mron pointed out that tla t St George Corle of Eng England 11 11Innd ¬
land was really rllUy a low parasite paralte and knave knaveEnglish knnwnalsh
English nalsh Traits Ruskln RUlkln answered anwered him himthnt himthnt
thnt those thol who canonized George devoutly devoutlybelieved deoulr deoulrbelted
believed belted they the were ero cnnonlztng a heroic dragon dragonslayer drllnn drllnnslaer
slayer It I is II well wel that the world should know knowoven ln lnpn
oven pn at a the cost of some Intellectual Intelectual humilia humiliation bumla bumlatlon ¬
tion to Congress Congrel thut the homage homal to Freder Frederick FrederIck ¬
ick wns really reat meant for a mythological mythologicalFrederick mtholoaIcal mtholoaIcalFrefrick
Frederick Frefrick That Thil President Prl ldent Roosevelt Roosvelt In ac accepting ROceptna ¬
cepting ceptna the statue sttue was so victimized Ictmlzed we WI are areentitled arpentted
entitled entted to believe beleE by b his hil easy eas acceptance acceptanceof ncceptlnC ncceptlnCoC
of the mythological tutholoGlml Thomas Thomnl Paine Pllnp whom whomIn
In n his hil work on Gouverneur Morris Iorls he hI de describes de8trlbt8 ¬
scribes 8trlbt8 ns a filthy Ilh little I1t6 atheist 8thelalPllne 8thelalPllnebeing Psino Psinobeing
being cleanly clnnb larger larlcr than Roosevelt Rooseel and andferent B Bfervent
fervent npostle Iposl6 of Theism Joint founder foundtr of oftho ofthe
the first frst two Theistlc Thlstc churches churchls one In Paris Paristhe Pnristhe
the other In New York Nature trips us up upwhen 11
when whln we strut is the moral morl Emerson found foundIn
In tho Ihl exaltation txnlalon of George O orle Into a 1 Mint Mintbut 8lnt 8lntblt
but blt tho Emperor William Wli knows better b ttr tli tlistatue th8tntue
statue of Frederick Fredlrick will wi strut through the theages thelR
ages lR as I that of nn admirer of Washington Washingtonwhom Wphlnlton Wphlnltonwhom
whom he pointedly plntd refused refuld to appreciate appreciateand appr c
and a sympathizer with the American repub republic ¬
lic which he was not notThe
The above was written before seeing your yourarticle
article of today March 11 Although in inconflict
conflict with ono or two points in your timely timelyeditorial
editorial I Bend my statement as It was writ written ¬
ten That Frederick was glnd to see Oeorgo OeorgoIII
III In trouble Is certain but his delight was waswhispered
whispered In secret letters I have searched searchedIn
In vain for Fredericks prohibition of mer mercenaries ¬
cenaries from paMliiK through Prussia to toembark
embark for America nnd In vain for his recog recognition ¬
nition at any time of American Independence IndependenceIn
In a private letter written during the Rovolu Rovolutlon
tlon Frederick describe himself as a spec spectator ¬
tator at Rome looking down upon a stodls stodlstorlal
torlal combat and apparently this was his hisattitude
attitude to the last He disliked George 111 111and
and republicanism about equally equallyMosTuns
MosTuns D CONWAT CONWATNEW
NEW Tons March It ItKilinted
Kilinted Disposition of Frederick1 StatM StatMTo
To THE KDITOB OF THE Scjc Sir The statue of ofFrederick
Frederick the Great Just received from Oerrnaor Oerrnaorhould
hould be presented to Emperor William II by byPresident
President Roosevelt on behalf of the America Americapeople
people as a token of remembrance of the friend friendship
ship shown by the German Commonwealth toward towardthe
the United Slates not only durlnt the revolu revolutionary ¬
tionary War but also during our late troubles will willSpain
Spain Cutl RIC1IUKT3R RIC1IUKT3RNEW
NEW YORK MarcS U UA
A Pointer for Floth IIuj r and Seller SellerFrom
From ftf WOf Rtlaltir RtlaltirThe
The shoe dealer who sells Ahlny leather shoes shoesat
at Easier and tans later In the season will sell sellone
one pair more of shoes In each IniUBee than the theshoe
shoe dealer who sells tans first This Is worth worththinking
thinking about The shrewd hatter will sell soft softfelts
felts before the straw hsla blossom out And h hIs
Is not far from bclni rljhi rljhiXo
Xo Opera Glasses In Comrt ComrtFrom
From the Itrnnn 7oflWoW 7oflWoWThe
The prealdent of the Hllh Court la Vliaas > ku kuluued
luued a notice that for the future the public will willat
at be allowed to use opera claues In court courtTheory
Theory and Practice PracticeKnlcker
Knlcker Who Is that lecturer who made such si sieloquent
eloquent plea for the simpler life lifenocker
nocker Thats Jones hestrylnr tomtteenoufl tomtteenouflmoney
money to eel an automobile

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