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Most Exalted Members of Scottish ScottishRite ScottishRite ScottishRite
Rite to Meet Here
Tomorrow To morrow morning October S 1 at atoclock 1 1oc1ok 10 10C10Ck
oclock C10Ck a notable otabIe body of Scottish Rite RiteMasons JUteMasona RiteMasona
Masona will meet In 1i aolemn ienin conclave In Inthis bat Inthis
this t his city cityFor cityFor cityFor
For day dayg and week put members mem 6f 6fthe t ttht tthe
the order have been Journeying from all allparts anpartB nflparta
parts ot the country and from our ur in insular Insular InuIar ¬
sular uIar possessions to Washington Waahln toft to t at attend attend attend ¬
tend the biennial session on of the supreme supremecouncil npreptecouncil auprenecouncil
council of inspectors general ge eral of the thir thirtythird thirtythird thirtyhIrd ¬
tythird degree of the Ancient and Ac Accepted Accepted Accvpted ¬
cepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for torthe forthe or orthe
the Southern Soutberp Jurisdiction of the United UnitedStates UnitedSb TJnitittes
States Sb ttes tea of America AmericaThis Amer1eaThis AmerIcLThis
This august body of men will convene convenein
in n the House of the Temple Third and E Estreets EHtrtets Ktreet
streets treet northwest which is the headquar headquarters beaclQuatters headquavters ¬
ters of the rite riteJames riteJames r4teJames
James Daniel Richardson on thirtythird thirtythirddegree tblrt7thtrddfgreE thirtythirtidegret
degree is the sovereign OYf1fl grand fld fldniander com commander COWIm9nder ¬
mander and exomck the most exalted exaltedFreemason exaltedFreemuon exaltedFreemeena
Freemason living 1Yta for the reason that thatthe thatt
the t be supreme council for the Southern Southernjurisdiction ScMttbernjur SontheriJuriilctIou
jurisdiction jur lction is themotl th themotbcr Iothfor er supreme coon council COURdl coonvu ¬
cil vu of the world worldAfter workIAfter worldAfter
After the ceremonies of opening the theConclave thefonclave thevonclave
Conclave In solemn Masonic form the thegrand Utegrand thegrand
grand eommantler will deliver his pre prescribed JCeribed precrIbed ¬
scribed ribed addrtss a known as an allocu allocution allocution aIIocotton ¬
tion in which he will welcome the mem members memlwrs mornhcrs ¬
bers of the council to the Capital of the theUnited thelnitfd the1nittd
United States or in the vernacular of oftTe oft Ofthe
the t Ie Scottish Rite to the Grand Orient Orientof OrteRtof Orientof
of Washington He will then sketch the thehistory thehl thehistory
history hl tory and progress pr greoe of the order during duringthe durtthe duringthe <
the last two years recommend recommelNJ1ell recounrnen4 legisla legislation legielalion Ia Iation ¬
tion c cThe cThe cThe
The opening session of the rite will be beattended beatttnd beattnditdtaiujy
attended atttnd attnditdtaiujy sttfvMfr AIGb by the active ve members membersof membe membeof
of the > supreme me couacll about twenty twentytwo t8Itytwo twentytwo
two in number but by many ritpy ny visiting visitingbrothers 1stUacrotherw visitingrcther
brothers rcther of high rank and the officers officersand omcersand olticerstnd
and members of ctf the local body of Scot Scottish Scott Scoti8h ¬
tish t ish Rh Rltf > Masons a ons who have their ca cat Cathttlral
i hrdral at 1007 lC1fr Q street northwest northwestToward northestTnward northwestTrward
Toward the close of the weeks week session sessionthe sessionthe sessionthe
the candidates who have been elected ected to toreceive torcfI toric1ve
receive rcfI the thirtythird rd and last degree degreeof d degretf ret retIf
of If f Freemaeonry will assemble at the theHouse theHou4t theJc4use
House of oCthe tee Temple and there in the thesuperb thelIptrb theiierb
superb iierb council chamber which is dec decorated d drahd deeoratd ¬
orated magnificently with the symbols of ofthe oft ofthe
the t Ie rite will 11I receive the highest hi < heat masonic masonichonors maJIOnietonors masonicIonors
honors that that can be conferred in the world worldupon worldipon odd odd0T1
upon 0T1 the votaries of the craft craftClaims craftCIalltls craftClaims
Claims Ancient JlCI Ht Heritage HeritageMasonry I1erltngcasonry HeritageMaonry
Masonry asonry claims to be the inheritor of ofthe oft oft
the t 1 wisdom isdom of the ancient temples templeatof templeatofthe of ofthe
the mysteries of Isis and Osiris of Egypt Egyptnd Egyptfld
1 nd those t IOBe of Etenste at a Athens Wash Washington Washirigton uh uhington ¬
ington then then is not only an Athens of ofculture oflturE ofk
k culture lturE and learning rearni but the modern modernKUjsis mocJemLlhlSls moderniIusis
KUjsis of Freemasonry FreemasonryTiier FrMMa8Oftlyrlr Freemasonrynero
Tiier nero are but two legitimate l ttmale bodies bodl of ofScottish ofottish ofSeotflsh
Scottish ottish Masonry asonry in the unked Unrted States Statestle Statest Statesthe
the t he Southern uthem and Northern Jur Jurisdictions Jurisdictionsi ldlcttons
1 i he Southern was established at Charles Chartestn CbarJtn CharlesF
tn F fl S C May 1ty S1 31 1WL JI The Supreme Supremeonincil SUpremeuncil Supremet
onincil t uncil for the Northern Jurisdiction was wasestablished wastalished wast
established t under the authority of the theSupreme the theiiprpme theuprime
Supreme iiprpme Council for the Southern Jurisdic Jurisdicnon jurladicn
non 1 in n in 1S13 in the city of New York York but butniw butt
niw II t w has its official see at Boston Boston Mass MassAll MassAll
All 11 the supreme councils coune s now existing existinganywhere exiatinga existingtywhcre
anywhere a rwh Te in the world derive their origin originciiher initlt originmediately
ciiher itlt > r mediately or immediately from the theSupreme theuprme theupreme
Supreme uprme Council for the Southern juris jurisuiotinn juristi jurisijctIrfl
uiotinn ti tlon of the ITnhed States StatesThe StateThp StatesThc
The centennial ntenaIaJ anniversary of the es est ea eahllshm eshlishmnt
t blishment hllshm nt was held on October 22 11 11the Is Isby i9 i9hv
by the Southern Supreme Council on onwl 011w onw
w wl ich k i h occasion a splendid monument monuowntJauhf monumentg qf qfgiiinite
giiinite g tuIte and bronre erected erec to the memory memoryuf memoryAlbert
uf Albert Pike was unveiled unvei in this city cityat cityat
at 11 t qw he Intersection Inter ectlon of Indiana avenue and aDdI
1 street northwest The bronse statue statueof atat1Jeo
o of t On n Pike the most famous of the therruul therand thegrant
grant > rand commanders of the order and the thesunhollc tbe1Iolk themlolIc
sunhollc 1Iolk figure holding aloft the banner bannerof banlKrof bannerof
of the T h lie Scottish Rite with its double eagle eagleimd eagleand eagletnl
and blazing triangle were designed by the theChevalier theClledlitr theChevalier
Chevalier Trentanove a celebrated Ital Italic ltallulpro mli ¬
ic i sculptor sculptorGoverns scuiptotGoverns lulpro lulproGovcrns
Governs Many Jlnl Connclli ConnclliThe Cf1InclIIIThe CouneIlsThe
The sway swa ef the Southern Supreme SupremeCouncil SUpremeCuu1cll SupremeiouncII
Council extends to the remotest parts of ofth oft1J ofth
th > Inited States It baa Jurisdiction Jurisdictionc
c 4 rr r all the States below Mason A8Oft and andJLiixons andJJwns andj
JLiixons j lxlJn s line alt the States west of the theMississippi thej theMississippi
Mississippi j sOsippt River Alaska Porto Rico Ricotii Ricotilf Ricoth
tii tilf ° Hawaiian Islands Guam and the thePhilippines the1I1i1lPI theItiilippIneL
Philippines 1I1i1lPI > DeS It also extends ete to China and andjjipan aDdJapan andJapan
Japan and last aat tt but not least it em embraces emtJracts embraces ¬
braces the Masons in the army and navy navyof navYof navyit
of it the United States So the Grand GrandOrient GrandOrient GrandOrient
Orient of Washington a te the most power powerful potnful powerlid ¬
ful client in the world not only onl in the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of its followers follow nI a but as regards regardsits regars regarsits
its influence in Masonry MasonryThe NasonryThe MasonryThe
The officers o of the Supreme Council Councilare Councilar oundR oundRare
are ar Hon James D Richardson grand grandcommander grandcommander rand randcommander
commander Murfreesboro M reesboro Tenn Sam Samuel Samuel Samuel ¬
uel E AdamaX Adam lieutenant grand com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander Minneapolis Minn Erasmus T TCarr TCarr TCarr
Carr grand prior Miles City Mont MontMartin MontMartin MontMartin
Martin Collins grand chancellor St StLouis StLouis St StLouis
Louis Mo George F K Moore grand min minister mlnL mm mmIster ¬
ister L ter of state Montgomery Ala Fred Frederick Frederick Fredcrick ¬
erick Webber secretary general Wash Washington WasbIngton WashIngton ¬
ington D 1 C W Frank Pierce tress treasurer trs trsurer tressitrer ¬
urer general San Francisco Cal Dr DrRichard DrRichard DrRlchard
Richard J Nunn grand and almoner Sa Savannah Savannah Snvannab ¬
vannah Ga Irving W Pratt grand grandmareschal graDdmartSChal grandmareschal
mareschal of ceremonies Portland Oreg OregAdolphus OreAdolpbus OregAdoiphus
Adolphus L Fltagerald Flb era1d grand chamber chamberlain chamberlain chamberlain ¬
lain Carson City Nev Frank M Me Foote Footefirst Footefirst Footefirst
first grand equerry Evanston Wyo WyoHarper WyolIarper Wyoharper
Harper S Cunningham second grand grandequerry grandejuErry grandeuerry
equerry Guthrie Okla John F Mayer Mayergrand layergrand Mayergrand
grand standard bearer Richmond Va VaIr vsDr
Ir 1 r John W Morris grand sword > bearer bearerWheeling bearerWEJlng bearerWheeling
Wheeling WEJlng W Va and Hon Henry Henrydler M MToller Mtllr
Toller dler grand herald Denver Colo Cob In Inspectors insJ Inajxctors ¬
spectors sJ tors Dr A B Chamberlin Galves Galveston Galvet Galvestn
ton t 1n < Tex J W Cortland Asheville N NC No NoC NC
C E T Taubman Taubman Aberdeen S Dak DakGustave DaJcGustave DakGustave
Gustave Anderson Omaha Nebr NebrCliarVs NebrCh NebrChaiis
CliarVs Ch 1ik5 < E E Rosenbaum Little Rock RockArk RockArk RockArk
Ark T Wv W Harrison Topeka Kans and andE andE andE
E B Hussey Seattle Wash Allison AllisonXailor AlIi80nXallor AllisOnNallor
Xailor Jr thirtythird d degree gre honorary honorarygrand benorarygrand honorarygrand
grand tiler t11 r Washington D C CKlevcii CElevcn CEleveit
Klevcii Vacancies Exist ISxtatAccording ExIlltAcordinA ExistAccording
According to theconstitntion the nsUtuUon of the theScottish theScottisl theScottisl
Scottisl Rite the number of active activemembers IleUem activemninberq
members m > mberl is limited to thirtythree thirtythreeTh thirtytHreeThefe thirtythreeTheie
Th Thefe se members m 1Ht constitute the senate senater lleDatepr
pr r governing < body ofthe of the order and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from among themselves elect for life lifeji Ufesoyerelgn
1 ji sovereign grand d commander There Thereare TbererI
are rI r at the present time but twenytwe twenytweactive twenytw6Ifctlve twenytweactive
active members During the past two twoyrara t1Opar twoyar
par George Fairbnrn Fa I rburD thirtythird thirtythirddegrree thlrtytblrdtgr tiul rtytblrd rtytblrdtegrec
degrree tgr f of Fonda Iowa has died and andGen andGfln andGn
Gen Robert H Hall thirtythird thtrt tblnl de depree der dege
pree U S s A retired representing repre entillg
4 1 1 army and navy nay has resigned fPJlgnec1nt resignedft
ft nt 1 t ere > rt are then eleven vacancies in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Supreme upreme CopneiL Cenen but it is doubt doubtful doubtfll doubtfl ¬
ful that many of them will be filled at attli atthis atthis
this tli is session ssion The Supreme Council is isan 1ann Istin
an exceedingly exc 181Y conservative eon rvatlve body and andiits aDdids andiFtS
ids < slowly and with the greatest reatetrt de deliberation delilJfration deliberation ¬
liberation The following < constitute constitutetie eonsUttetl
tie tl t 1 f Veputiea I UU of the council councilFor councilFr councilFr
Fr the District of Columbia Fran Franii Franl Franck
ii ck < J Woodman thirtythird degree degreeH desreedl111
dl111 < H 1m < tn Washington D C c Florida FloridalIlin FloridaIin Florida
01 lIlin Iin in S Wright thirtythird degree degreettion decreeijon degreeilon
ttion ijon Plant City William S S Ware Warethirtythird Wareihirtthird Tare Tarethirtythird
thirtythird degree d e Hon Jackson Jacksonville JackHnIll Jacksonyule ¬
yule Ill Hawaii Ifenry He r ry E E Cooper thir thirtythird tblrtYthlrd thirtythird ¬
tythird degree Hon Honolulu onolulu Ja Japan Japan Japan ¬
pan and an l China John T Griffin fhlrty fhlrtythirrt fhlrtythird thirtythird
third degree ogree Hon Yokohama Ja Japan Jallan Japa ¬
pan pa n Miiivlaud Mn l h lrd iid Graham Dukehart Dukehartthirtythird Dukehartthirtrthird DukehartthIrtythird
thirtythird degree Hon Honj Baltimore BaltimorefI
New Mexico JIr xle Max Frost thirtythird thirtythirddegree tblrtythlrddecree thirtythirddegree
degree Hon H Hej Santa Fe North Da Dakota Dakota Daketa ¬
kota Horatio C Plumley thirtythird thirtythirddegree thirtythIrdclqrH thirtythirddegree
degree Hon Fargo William A AScott A AScott AScott
Scott thirtythird degree d flan n 1n Far Fargo FarXQ Fargo
go goEmeriti
Emeriti members of Supreme Coun Council Counen Courtcii ¬
cil Harry Retaer Comly thirtythird thirtythirddegree thlrtythirddesret thirtythirddegree
degree Helena Mont ont John J hn McCrack McCracken
en n thirtythird degree Portland PortlandOeeg PortlandOat PortlandOneg
Oeeg Oat John Lonsdale Roper thirty thirtythird tblrtythird thirtythird
third degree Norfolk Va George Gfl B BWaterhouse BWaterhouee BWaterhouse
Waterhouse thirtythird degree North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina CarolinaEmeriti CarolinaEmeriti CarolinaEmeriti
Emeriti members of honor c anon anonresident non nonresident nonrKidenO ¬
resident Nathaniel George Phillips Phillipsthirtythird PhtUtlsthlrtrthlrd PhillipsthIrtythird
thirtythird thlrtrthlrd degree London England EnglandHenry EnlandHeart EnglandHenti
Henry L L Palmer thirtythird degree degreeMilwaukee decreeMilwaukee degreeMilwaukee
Milwaukee WU VLI Right t Hon Hon Hedges HedgesEyre Hedg8Eyre Hedgesyre
Eyre yre Chatterton fhlrtrthird fhlr6third degree degreeDublin deaneDublin degreeDublin
Dublin Ireland Samuel C C Lawrence Lawrencethirtythird lAwreDeethlrlYUalrtl lawrencethirtythird
thirtythird degree de reo Boston Mass MassAdriaano XaudrlaaftO MassAdrianno
Adriaano Lemmi thirtythird degree
fieide of charitable and othor endeavors ondonvorsHis ondoovorsHis endeavorsHis
His long career in Congress has given givenJames glenJ givenJies
James J D Richardson a magnificent m gnlficent grasp graspupon graspupon graspupon
upon affairs in general and amlequlppod equipped him himfor himtor himfor
for his exalted station as grand com commander commaader cornmander ¬
mander of the mother supreme supremacouneU council of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world worldDAlviella worldDAlyldla worldDAlvi
DAlviella DAlvi ella an a n Arclineolojint ArclineolojintCount ArcllncologltCount 4trcltneolegistCount
Count dAlvlella d Alvlella is particularly noted as asa asatudent asa
a a student the author r of some erudite oruditoworks orudltework eruditeworks
works on archaeology notable among amongthem amongthem amongtheft
them being belftc the history of the Transmi Transmigration Transml TransmlsratiDl Tranmigration ¬
gration of Symbols And so we have havedAlviella havoAlvleUa havedAlvIeIIa
dAlviella the Old World scholar and andRichardson aridRIcbanJMn auidRichardson
Richardson the executive man of the theNew theNtw theNw
New Ntw World bringing into being beln the thegreatest theest thegreatest
greatest est of all Masonic conferences Five Fiveyears Fheyeaill Fiveyears
years from now another international internationalconclave Intornatlonaleonelave intornaticrnalconclave
conclave will be held this time in Amer America AmerIca AmerIca ¬
ica and the proper place for It will be beWashington beVuhln heWashington
Washington ton Let us hop hope by that time timethat timethat tintethat
that the Southern Supreme Council will willsee wIRBee willlee
see lit to build In some prominent part partof partor partof
of the city a solenoid house of the tem temple tilmpie ternpie ¬
pie fashioned alter either a Gothic cathe cathedral cath cathdrat cathethai ¬
drat or a Grecian or Egyptian temple templewith t3mplewith tcmplewhit
with a hall of grand proportions for con conferring eonferrinA conferrlng ¬
ferring the thirtythird degree where wherebronse wherebronae wherelironse
bronse sphinxes shall uphold the throne throneof throneof throneof
of the grand commander and Incense Incenseascend lneen Incenseascend e e8Kend
ascend to the vaulted vaultedrQOf roof from antique antiquebraziers antiquebrastera antiquebraziers
braziers I I This is dreaming yet et dreams dreamssometime droatnSIOmeUmeJi dreamsotnthnei
sometime IOmeUmeJi come co true It is more l ore than thanprobable thanprobable thanprobable
probable that legislation will in be h Intro Introduced Introdueed introduced ¬
duced at this notable session toward this thisend thiseM thisend
end The present house hottle of the temple is
the ceremonies of the Blue Lodge of ofMasonry otMalIOnry ofMasonry
Masonry underwent a change All sec sectarian 86CtA eectatln ¬
tarian tA views were abantionad and the thecraft thecraft thecraft
craft adopted e1 > a cosmopolitan and tol tolerant tolenlnt tolerant ¬
erant rule rule which required of its mem members memhers mornhers ¬
hers a as a religious r Jgtou test t t only a boiler boilerIn belleIn bolIein
In Deity Deity1 With pure theism as Its Usfoundation Itsf08DdaUon ItsfOundation
foundation stone symbolic Masonry be became tJei became ¬
i came a universal society embracing men menof menof menof
of all creeds in Its folds fo1 fold It has spread spreadinto sprElndInto spreadInto
into all lands where It It ha hd promulgated promulgatedits
its doctrine of liberty equality and fra fraternity fraternity Iraternlty ¬
ternity Patriots assembled under its itsbanner itsbanner itsbanner
banner and though persecuted brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about constitutional reforms in tyrant tyrantridden trantI1dden tyrantridden
ridden countries The part played by bythe bythe bythe
the order in history is I a fascinating fascinatingstudy fascinatingad fascinatingstudy
study ad A number of Scottish gentlemen gentlemenadherents gntlemenadherents gentlemenadherents
adherents of the house of Stuart among amongthem amongthem amongtheta
them being beln the Chevalier Ramsay RanISK car carried carrIei1 carricti ¬
ried the art of modern Masonry into intoFrance intoI intoFrance
I France and upon the first three degrees degreesbuilt degreesbuilt
I built up a system of o higher degre degrewhich degrees delleMwhich degreeswhich
which contained a degree known us usScottish usScottish asScottish
Scottish muster fier It to supposed d that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrom
from this fact the Scottish Rite derived derivedits 1er1edIta derivedIts <
its name nameGrowth RameCrn nameGrowth
Growth Crn h in the hc United States StatesEventually StatCREventuaJb StatesEventually
Eventually these higher degrees 4e rees were werestill wereattU werestill
still further elaborated t and an brought to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America by a Frenchman Fr ncbman named niD Stephen StephenMorin Stephenorln StephenMeets
Morin orln Further elaboration took place placein tIaeeIn placeIn
in the Inited States In the year 1851 1851a 1 1a l1a
a convention was held and a preliminary preliminarysteps preUmlParystepa preliminarysteps
steps inaugurated to form a supreme supremecouncil supremecoencil uItrmlecoanctl
council of the thirtythird land last de degree de degree dogree ¬
gree of the th Ancient and Accepted d Scot
feet Elus The total number of Scottish ScottishRite saotUskRite ScottishRita
Rite Masons in the Southern So thern ther jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdiction jurlsdtetion ¬
tion te estimated at 2ffl6 I2St6The The organ organof org1ln org1lnI organof
I of the Rite mie as previously mentioned Is tethe Istho Isthe
the New Age published pubJl bed in Washington WashingtonIt
It is ably edited by George F Moore Moorethirtythird lIoorethlrtyth Moorethirtythird
thirtythird thlrtyth d degree cI4t rea a scholar of rnr rnrability rare nreability rareability
ability aided by a staff of interested interestedstudents l interestedstudents tfrctSted tfrctStedtu
students tu 1enta < of Masonry MasonryIt t nry nryIt
It has h been the custom eu tom fer many man years yearsfor yearsfor yearsfor
for the members of the supreme su reme council councilto
to pay their respects In a body to the thePresident tboPrealdont thePresident
President of the United nUed States This Thisceremony Thisceremon Thisceremony
ceremon ceremony always takes place on the theopening theopening theopening
opening day of the biennial session This Thisyear nitoar Thisyear
year oar however because of the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President is absent from the th city cityand cityBnd cityand
and will not return untU untp after the th thof 23d 23dof 3d 3dor
of the month it will he deferred The Theannual Thennual fieannual
annual pilgrimage to the grave ran of Al Albert AIbftt Albert ¬
bert Pike will tako plaee probably prob bly on onSunday onSUnday onSunday
Sunday th thd < f 27th 27thFor 1thFor 27thFor
For the second time in the history of ofAlbert ofA1 ofAlrt
Albert A1 H rt Pike iConsistory on tory of Washington Washingtona
a reunion will be held during durin the session sessionof s08s1onof sessionof
of the supreme council On this t t ocea occasion oceaaion oceailon ¬
sion all of the th degrees ll of the rite from fromthe fronthe Ironthe
the fourth degree to the lhlrt thirtysecond thirtyseconddegree thirtyseconddegree 8f1COnd 8f1COnddeaNJe
degree inclusive will 111 lie either con conferred conC confericd ¬
ferred C or 01 communicated to a large Jar class classof claaot rinksof
of candidates eandidat Fine music mu will be ren rendered rendered rondoted ¬
dered and the degrees d put on in spec spectacular apeetaeulr spectacular ¬
tacular style yle The fifteenth degree will willbe wlUbe willbe
be especially exemplified for or the mem members members mornbern ¬
bers of the supreme council and a large largeAttendance JargeMtteQda largeuttteudsnce
Attendance MtteQda of of Scottish Masons te ex exThe expected cxpectml
pected The reunion rev lon wit 111 close with 1th 1thJ a
fffW fi fl flz
z JI CORTlPy 0 J ofr 1J1 1J1A1Eu A1Eu o J 11fs 1 p
ltI d vJJJIj CIl fI1V
itt i AL ALif
Rome nome Italy Karl of Kintore K It re thirty thirtythird thlrtytl11M thirtythird
third degree Bdinburg Winbur Scotland John JohnValentine Jobnylentlne JohnVelentine
Valentine KIlls thirtythird degree d ree St StJohns StJohne St StJohns
Johns N XB B William Homan thirty thirtythird tblrtythird thirtythird
third degree ree New York Count Goblet GobletdAlviella GobletItAh1eUa GobletdAlvieiIa
dAlviella thirtythird degree de ee Brus Brussels BrusHIs Bruseels ¬
HIs Belgium J M Raymond thirty thirtythird thtrtytblrd thirtythird
third degree lIe r e Paris France Octavlo OctavloRodriguez OctavloRodrilfUex OetavloRodriguez
Rodriguez Perez P rez thirtythird thlrt Jblld degree degreeHavana decreeHa degreeHavanA
Havana Ha vaJN Cuba CubaPresent CubarcIcnt Cubalresczut
Present rcIcnt Session Important ImportantSome InuportantSome mpo tant tantSome
Some very interesting Interetln measures will willcome willCOllie wIllcome
come up before this t Is Supreme Council Councilto
to be legislated f 181ated upon This session is isper Isperba Isperhaps
perba perhaps per hap the most important one ever everheld evtrhld everheld
held in the long lotiI history of the Rite RiteLast RiteLast RiteLast
Last mummer there assembled in the thequaint thequaint thequaint
quaint old city of Brussels Belgium Belgiuma
a conclave conch ve of the supreme councils of ofthe Oftbe ofthe
the world which are recognized as le legitimate IeltlmAte Icgltimate ¬
gitimate ltlmAte The delegates from the theUnited theUnited theUnIted
United States were Hon James D DRichardson DRichardson DRichardson
Richardson thirtythird degree del ee Will Willlam WUIlam Willlam
lam Frank Fra k Pierce Ple e thirtythird thlrt thlrd degree degreeGeorge delreeGeor degreeGeorge
George Geor e F Moore thirtythird degree degreeSouthern degreeSoutbern degreeSouthern
Southern jurisdiction Samuel C Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawrenee ¬
rence thirty thirtythird third degree Barton BartonSmith BartonSmith BartonSmith
Smith thirtythird degree and Charles CharlesT
T Gallagher Gal1a her thirtythird degree d ree North Northern Northern Northera ¬
ern Jurisdiction From Canada went J JJL Jf JM
JL M f Gibson on thirtythird degree and J + V VElite VEIII VEllis
Elite thirtythird degree degreeThe degreeThe degreeThe
The supreme councils of Great Britain Britainand Britainan Britainand
and Ireland failed to participate but butheki butbeki betheld
heki held a a separate reunion with the th Amer American AmerIcan Artierlean ¬
ican and Canadian bodies In London Londonafter Londonatter Londonafter
after the close of the Belgian conclave conclaveOne conclaveOne conclaveOne
One of the main questions discussed discussedat d dat
at the Brussels conference was the le legitimacy legitimacy Icgltimacy ¬
gitimacy of the various supreme coun council coundb courtella ¬
db cil throughout throu out the world A report was wasrendered wasrendered wasrendered
rendered upon this important subject to tobe tobe tobe
be referred back for action to the su supreme supreme su1reme ¬
preme councils sending 3endin delegates d l tes to the theinternational theinternaUoal theInternational
international convention There are arespurious arespurious arespurious
spurious bodies of Scottish Masons in inthe Inthe Inthe
the world that claim to be properly con constituted constituted constituted ¬
stituted To settle this vexed ex8d question questionlive qaeaUonBruuell question1IW
live Brussels conference was mainly mainlycalled maInlya1led mainlys1Ied
called Besides this thl it also discussed the thefeasibility theealllblllt thefeasibility
feasibility ealllblllt of unifying as far fa as possi possible 01iJS1bie p0mmbin ¬
bin the landmarks the signs Mg S tokens tokensand tokensand tokemand
and symbols of the order and to bring bringabout bringabout bringabout
about closer affiliations Little or noth nothing nothnS nothlug ¬
lug nS has has appeared In the foreign or Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican press concerning the Brussels Dr con conclave conclave condave ¬
clave except in the New Age the organ organof orlrcinof organof
of the Southern supreme council councilAnxiously councilAndouil1 councilAuxlousl
Anxiously Auxlousl Await Allocation AllocationAH
AH Scottish Rite Masons are ar looking lookingforward 1ookln 1ooklnforward lookingforward
forward curiously to the th allocution of ofSovereign otSeverelsn ofSovereign
Sovereign Grand Commander Richard Richardson Richard80n RichardIOU ¬
son for further light on this most in interesting Interesting Interesting ¬
teresting subject In the future uture it will willmean witlmean willmean
mean something to our American broth brethren brthren brothren ¬
ren when they the carry their 1I1elr thirtysecond thirtyseconddegree thlrtyeeconddegree thirtyseconddegree
degree diplomas with them to Europe Europeand EuropeancI Europeand
and seek admission into the arcana of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Old World temples The bringing bringingabout bringingaboWlt bringingabout
about of the great Brussels conference conferenceis
is attributable to two men Count Goblet GobletflAlviella Gobletct GobletdAlvIeIia
flAlviella ct sovereign 8OV rdgn grand commander commanderof
of Belgium and Hon James D Richard Richardson RlchardBOil ¬
son BOil sovereign grand commander of the theSouthern th thSOUther theSouthern
Southern Supreme Council Cou clI of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States And so the Old World and the theNew thtNew theNew
New World clasp hands um across the thesea tJte tJteea thesea
sea In Masonic brotherhood brotherhoodThere brotherhoodThere brotherhoodThere
There have been many eminent grand grandcommanders grandcommanders rand randeommaDClers
commanders In the Southern Supreme SupremeCouncil SupremeCouncil SupremeCouncil
Council but there are two of them that thatstand tha thatstand t tstand
stand out prominently and symbolically symbolicallyas
as it were ere They are Albert Ibert Pike the re renowned renowned renowned ¬
nowned philosopher and masonic scholar scholarand scboJarand schojarand
and James D Richardson the organizer organiserTha organizerTh organIzerThe
The Th great scholar IWho who delves into the thewisdom Utewl thewisdom
wisdom dom of the past and gives the re rej re results resuIts
j suits of his b lucubrations to the fraternity fraternityis fratelntt fratelnttis
is indispensable tnd pea able But s se is the organ organiser orntser organhoc ¬
hoc who comes mes after him and marshals marshalsand marshalsand marshalsand
and equips the great mass of Masons Masonsand Masonsand
i and directs their energies into various arlousOf
Of 4
a very Yer flue bunding indeed but some somewhat 5011I0what somewhat ¬
what small 11 to accommodate the greatest greatestof
of all U Masonic museums and libraries librariesLibrary ltbnu1esIllIrnr librariesLibrary
Library IllIrnr I b IBr IhtlIlIhe IhtlIlIheTbe JxtenalveThe tensive tensiveThe
The Horary of the Rite ably presided presidedover INMtdedover presidedover
over by William L L Boyden thirtythird thirtythirddegree thirtythindegree thirtythirddegree
degree Hoi Hou to unique in many manyspects re respects re respeet ¬
spects The late Le Roy M Ol Taylor Taylorthirtythird Ta1ortblrtythln TaylorthIrtythird
thirtythird degree de H Hon left hte ltfa re remarkable re remarkable remarkble ¬
markable collection oT occult books booksabout booka booksabout
about a out 2609 2 in number to the Supreme SupremeCouncil Supc SupremeCouncil me meCouqcll
Council These books are segregated segregatedfrom segregatedfront rtgatecl rtgateclfrom
from the others in the library being beingplaced DefDgplaced beingplaced
placed in a large alcove which hleh is labeled labeledTaylor labeledTaylor labeledTaylor
Taylor Collection A portrait of Dr DrTaylor DrTaylor DrTaylor
Taylor adorns the place Other Scottish ScottishRite ScottlMRite ScottishRite
Rite Masons Ma ona following t01lotn in the footsteps of ofDr orDr ofDr
Dr Taylor have engaged n fd alcoves ai oS and al already aJready already ¬
ready donated large Ia e sums toward special specialcollections lipecla1coliecUotUI specialcollections
collections for example D E Perkins Perkinsthirtythird Perkinsthirtythird Perkinsthirtythird
thirtythird degree Hon of Iowa 10 philos philosophy pbilosophy philosophy ¬
ophy William Busby thirtythird de degree de deree tiegree ¬
gree ree Hon Indian Territory science scienceJames scienceJames scienceJames
James D Richardson thirtythird degree degreeAmerican desreeAmerican degreeAmerican
American statesmen Martin Collins thir thirtythird thlrbthlrd thirtythird ¬
tythird degree Americana and Simon SimonWolff SimonWoltr SimonWolff
Wolff thirtythird degree Hon Hebrew Hebrewliterature Hebrew1tt Hebrewliterature
literature literatureThese 1tt literatureThese rAture rAtureThe
These e collections are separately cata catalogued CAtAlogued catslogued ¬
logued as fast as they theo are gathered to together together togather ¬
gether The work of selecting buying buyingand buyingand buyingand
and cataloguing < is done by b Mr Boyden BoydenEach BoydenEach BoydenEach
Each catalogue to handsomely printed and andilluminated AndlUuminated andIuumlnated
illuminated and contains a portrait and andske andketFh andsketch
ske sketch h of the particular donor of the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books Mr Boyden is an enthusiast on onthe onthe onthe
the subject of Masonic ra < mlc works To him himis himIii himis
is due the honor of having evolved the thefirst tbeftrst thefirst
first uptodate scheme for classifying classifyingbooks cIRStlIflngbooks classifyingbooks
books on Freemasonry Freemasonr There Tb re are in the thelibrary thelibrary thelibrary
library upward of 75KW 75000 booksand pam pamphlets ptlmpblet pamphiets ¬
phlets some of them priceless pricelessMason pricelessUnKonM pricelessI
Mason Are Idealists IdealistsThe IclenU IdealistsThe t8 t8The
The great interest and enthusiasm for forScottish torSeottlah forScottish
Scottish Rite Masonry oasonr on the part of Its Itsmembers itsmembers Itsmembers
members leads Je me at this juncture to totouch totouch totouch
touch briefly upon the history hl tJrj philosophy philosophyand phno50phand philosophyand
and purposes of the order Why do In Initiates Inttlates InItiates ¬
itiates come come from such distances to par participate VftrtJelJNlte perticipate ¬
ticipate in its reunions and ceremonial ceremonialsessions ceremonialsesslon8 ceremonialsessions
sessions Do any material advantages advantagesaccrue advantngesacerue ndvanthgesaccrue
accrue to them by such sacrifices of time timeand timeand timeand
and money Such questions quesUonsJ1i1turnlly quesUonsJ1i1turnllyItrtSoe naturally naturallyarise
arise in an n age of materialism when whenMammon whenMammon whenMnnrmon
Mammon sits upon his golden throne throne sur surrounded surrounded surrounded ¬
rounded by b his worshipers worshipersNo
No there are no material advantages to tobe tobe tobe
be obtained by the disciples of Albert AlbertPike AlbertPike AlbertPike
Pike They The are Idealists who fling down downthe downthe downthe
the gauntlet aunUet of defiance to the negations negationsof
of atheism and the usurpations of the themoney themone themoney
money mone seekers Masonry is Idealistic Idealistichence Idealistichence IdealIstIchence
hence its strength Its objects are to toform toform toform
form a great brotherhod among men toInculcate to toinculcate toInculcate
inculcate the ethical life to extend char charity charily charIty ¬
ity to assuage the hprrors h rrors of war and andto andto andto
to teach the th sublime doctrines of the ex existence exteteoce cxletence ¬
istence of God and the immortality of the thehuman thehuman thehuman
human soul It possesses posses s the proud dis distinction distinction dietinction ¬
tinction of being the oldest of modern modernsecret modernret modernsecret
secret ret orders It has outlived hundreds of ofrivals orrhRJs ofrivals
rivals The secret of this persistence Is Isnot Ienot 1 1not
not hard to solve Masonry Is strong lie because lieCRuse liecause ¬
cause it Is founded on the eternal verities veritiesof
of philosophy and religion religionOrders religionOrdcrs religionOrders
Orders Ancient Origin OrlcinIt OrhlnIt OriginIt
It is an offshoot of the guilds of op operative operative operative ¬
erative masons of the Middle Ages who irhoerected whoerected whoerected
erected the great cathedrals and castles castlesof cnstlesof castleso
of o Europe and these th se In turn turn0 sprang sprangfrom sprnngfrom sprangfrom
from the Collegium Artiflclum or Col College Cole Colloge ¬
loge e of Workmen of ancient Rome who whofollowed whofollowed whofollowed
followed the Roman legions into North Northern Northern Northem ¬
ern em Italy Gaul And Britain imparting impartingto
to the natives their knowledge of the theart theart theart
art of building and impressing them themwith themv1th themwith
with their spirit of paternal cooperation cooperationin
in labor Gradually the guilds of ca cathedral cathedral enthedral ¬
thedral builders became me speculative and andcharitable andcharitable andcharitable
charitable institutions Finally FlnaU in the theeighteenth theeighteoenth theeighteenth
eighteenth century the Grand Lodge of ofFree orFree ofFree
Free and Accepted Masons was formed formedThe formedTbe formedThe
The working tools of the old guilds of ofbuilders ofbuilders ofbuilders
builders became symbols to teach cer certain certain certhin ¬
tain sublime truths truth in morals and re reliSion re1I10n relIglon
liSion At first of a Christian nature
ttoh Rite of Freemasonry lnR IIHIT It wa wu formed tonMdorsutMd termedand formedand
and organised by John Mitchell and andFrederick 21Dt 21DtFrederick andFrederick
Frederick Daicbo Frederick the Great Greatwas Greatthe Greatwas
was the patron of the order to Prussia PrussiaThe Frau FrauThe FronslaThe
The doable eagle was undoubtedly se selected se selected solected ¬
lected as a symbol because of that thaths thaths thatmonarchs
monarchs hs connection CODII with the Rite RiteIn RUeIn RiteIn
In an age of religious cMM bigotry try the thePrussian thelruuIaD thePrussian
Prussian King who was a a philosopher philosopherand phIIoioperand
and nonsectarian lIO welcomed and pro protected JIOteeted protected ¬
tected Freemasonry F n17 when other moparch moparehs mop moparchs
archs arch falsely denounced the system as asathetetic a aatbMttc asatheistic
atheistic and irreligious irreligiousThe IrreI IrreIThe lrreltgiousThe
The line of succession of the grand grandcommanders JmUIdcommanders grandcommanders
commanders from the date of the forma formation formation formaties ¬
tion of the mother supreme council to tothe tothe tothe
the present pl Sfnt > day Is as follows John JohnMitchell JohnlteheU JohnMitchell
Mitchell Frederick Dalcho Isaac Auld AuldMoses Auldoes AuldlIoibrook
Moses oes Holbrook Alexander McDonald McDonaldJohn IrDonaIdJohA McDonaldJohn
John Henry Honour Charles Manning ManningFurman ManningIurman ManningFurman
Furman Albert AJberLPlke Pike James C Batche Batchelor Batchelor Batchelee
lor Philip CTucker Thomas Tol II Cas Caswell C CfI Caswell
well fI and an James Ja D Richardson RichardsonThe Rlhrn RlhrnTh RichardsonThe
The Th Scottish StUah Rite Rte pres pe proata rt to tott its can candidates cn cndite candidatca ¬
didates dite the thf essence ence of the th th religious religiousphilosophical rl religiousphilosophical
philosophical phiOphicl and ethical eth 1 doctrines d t ne of ofthe orth ofthe
the th ancient alnt world worldHln worldlllndoo Hindoo Egyptian EgyptianPersian EgyptianPersian pUan pUanPer
Persian Per Judaic JUI Christian Chr Grecian Gren and andRoman andRoman
Roman Romn Nothing Notf can cn compare empre with wit the thebeauty thebeauty
beauty beuty of o the th rituals 1tu of the th Rite RiteStrength RUeS RiteStrength
Strength S renJh In the South SouthSinee South SouthSn SouthSince
Since Sn the th last lt meeting mtng of the th supreme supremecouncil 1loe 1loecni supremecouncil
council cni there have hve been n made md 8218 34 X Per
banquet bl Frauds FID J Wvetianaa W thirty thirtythird tt thirtythird
Uanl third itogr desree Non H to I the t 4t deputy for forthe forthe
the th District Dt of o ColwnWa ColwnWaProgramme e OsiumbisProgranume
Programme ProJrnmmc for the Week AVcclrThe WeekThe ccl cclT
The T following tollD is I the tb tableau t of work workfor wr workfor
for the t week weekOctober wek wekOt weekOctober
October Ot r 32 2 S p m nit ninth degree e Eta Etaof Kinof u
of 0 the Nine Nin October Otor 3 S p P m m fourteouth four fourteenth ou ¬
teenth t4th degree uPrfet Perfect Eiu Ku October OctoberS Otor OtorS
54 S p P m fifteenth fnu degree d uKntt Knight of oftbe oftb ofthe
the tb East E October Otobr 3C 4 p P m I twenty twentyfirst teDtyfrt twentySrat
first frt degree Patriarch Ptrrcb Noachlte Nehle or orPrussian orPla orPrussian
Prussian Pla Knight Knit October Oto 2s 79 i T3 p m mthirtieth mtlrtlb mthIrtieth
thirtieth tlrtlb degree tfr Knight nlt Kadosh Kab or orKnight orKnbt trKnight
Knight Knbt of the th White Whlt and aDe Black Dk Eagle EagfeOctober EagleOctober I
October Otor 28 2 4 p m m thirtyOrst tir7 fH degree degreeInspector dexreeInpeetor degreeInspector
Inspector Inquisitor October tr 31 ill 731p illp 73Sp
p m IlL thirtysecond degree de ee Xut Master r of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Royal Secret and banquet banquetThe banquetThe banquetThe
The presiding pre ldlng officers of the respective respecthbodtes respectivebodies
bodies are AS follows Mithras Lodge of ofPerfection ofPerffftion ofPerfection
Perfection No No1 1 Francis A Scoring Scoringthirtysecond Sebrlngthlrty Sebringthirtysecond
thirtysecond thlrty second degree d Evangelist Chapter Chapterof
of RoseCroix R Cml No NO1 1 Jacobus Jacob S Jones Jonesthirtythird ron ronthirtythird Jonesthirtythird
thirtythird degree Hon Robert Robe t de deBruce deBnke doBruce
Bruce Council of Kadosh No No1 1 and Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert Pike Consistory No 1 1 Stirling Kerr Kerrjr KerrJr KerrJr
jr thirtysecond thlrty eeond degree d ree The almoner almonerfor almonerfor abnonerfor
for all the bodies bod is Louts Goldsmith Goldsmiththirtythird Goldsmiththirtythird Goldsmiththirtythird
thirtythird degree Hon secretary for forsame forsame forsame
same John H Oteott thirtysecond de degree de dellee dogree ¬
gree K C CC C H treasurer for same sameAUtoon sameAllison
Allison Nailor jr thirtythird degree
Hon Hon
Writer Says He Has Solved Mystery Mysteryof
of Roanoke Island IslandDeclares IslandDeclares IslandDeclares
Declares DcMccnilants of Rnleislr RnleislrAbandoned RalelghsAbandoned s sAbnmlonecl
Abandoned Company Have Tradi Traditions TrncUtton Trailiions ¬
tions tton ions Proving Ills Claim ClaimThe ClnimThe ClaimThe
The mystery of mysteries mystertesln In our o r Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican chronicle has b be borp i solved at lust lustThe lRStThe lastThe
The famous Lost Colony of Ronnoke Ronnokehas Roonokcha Rpttnokehas
has ha been beentraced traced and its descendants found foundIn foundIn foundIn
In an obscure region where they still ro retain rotaln rotam ¬
tain tam the th > ancestral l names cherish tradi traditions traditions traditions ¬
tions that explain many of the gaps in inhistory InblstoI inhistory
history and preserve customs brought broughtover brought06r broughtover
over by their forefathers who vanished vanishedutterly vanishedutterly nlshed nlshedutterly
utterly from the ken of the mother coun country country country ¬
try I I have been among them says S6S a awriter Awriter awriter
writer in Appletons and talked with withthem withthem withthem
them themThe themTbe themThe
The story of the Lost Colony Colon is fa familiar familiar familiar ¬
miliar to every student of American his history hlstOrj history ¬
tory It will HI be remembered that Queen QueenElizabeth QuenEIfZll QueenElizabeth
Elizabeth EIfZll th granted to Sir Walter Raleigh Raleigha
a patent to discover searche flnde out outand outand outand
and view Iw such remote heathen and bar barbarous bttrb barbarons ¬
barons b rous lands countries and territories territoriesngt territoriesn territoriesn2t
ngt n t actually possessed of any any Christian Christianprmce Christianprince Christinaprince
prmce prmceThe prince princeThe princeThe
The flrst expedition landed on Roanoke RoanokeIsland ROftnokoIsland RosnokoIsland
Island July 4 old style 1B4 but with without without without ¬
out making any settlement a second secondgroup s sacondgroupS nd ndgroup
group gave up in a year oar and returned returnedlater returnedla returnedlater
later la ter fifteen men left by Sir Richard RichardGrcnville RichardGrDmc RichardGrenvllie
Grcnville to hold the place were either citherdrowned either1rowned eitherdrowned
drowned or massacred In 15S7 the in indomitable Indomltable Indomitable ¬
domitable Raleigh sent out HXi ot men and andseventeen andseenteen andseventeen
seventeen women with John White as asgovernor asgovernor asgovernor
governor This was the memorable Lost LostColony LostColon LostColony
Colony Colon which contrary to Raleighs Raleighscounsel RAleighscounsel Raleighscounsel
counsel settled on the HI starred Ron Ronnoke Ronnoke Ronnoke ¬
noke Island described as very ery sandy sandyand sand sandand sandyand
and low toward the water side but so sofull sofull solull
full of grapes as s the very beating and andsurge andsurge andsurge
surge of the sea overflowed over owed them of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which we found such plenty that In all allthe nUthe allthe
the world like abundance Is not to be befound befound befound
found foundIn foundIn foundIn
In August 1687 the colonists needing needingsupplies needingsupplies needingsupplies
supplies and other necessaries the gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor was was through their extreme en entreating entrcatln1 entreating ¬
treating constrained to return to Eng ¬
land Before he could get back the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great war with 1th Spain broke out In K90 K90Raleigh 15 15Raleigh l9ORaleigh
Raleigh sent two ships with ith Gov White Whitebut Whitebut
but Spanish war ar vessels boarded rifled rifledand rif1eand rIfledand
and drove them back It was In 1W1 M1 be before before before ¬
fore another attempt could be made madeThis madeThis madeThis
This time Gov GO White reached Roanoke RoanokeHe RoanokeHe RoanokeHe
He describes what happened In Phrasesor phrases phrasesof
of unconscious poetry giving a strangely strangelyvivid strangelyvivid
vivid 1141 picture of the lonHnese of the new newworld newworld newworld
world and the Lost Colony ColonyWe Colon ColonYe ColonyWe
We Ye let fall all our Grapnel neere the theshore the1I10re theshore
shore A sounded with a trumpet trumpetiteli trumpetiteliafterwardes a Call Callafterwardes Gallafterwardes
afterwardes many man familiar English Englishtunes Englishtunes ngUsh ngUshtunes
tunes of Songs and called to then thell friend friendly frlendl friertdly ¬
ly l but we had no answere answereGov answereGo annwereGor
Gov Go White gave up the search and andnothing andnothing andnothing
nothing more la known of him Raleigh Raleighruined Raleighruined RaleighruIned
ruined financially financiall having spent JQdOOQ JQdOOQon OOOJon I Ion
on his colony colon without a penny of recom recompense racompense rocompence ¬
pense turned over his grants to the
London company compnn with the advice that thatthey thlttthe thatthey
they the seek to colonize Chesapeake Bay Bayand Ba BaAnd Bayand
and later the settlement at Jamestown Jamestownwas Jamgtownwas Jamestownwas
was made Raleigh urged the new colon colonists colonIsts colonlots ¬
ists to seek the old but both the Cro Croatang Croatan8 Croatane
atang and the colonists had totally disap disappeared dlaappeared dIappeared ¬
peared pearedI
I first heard the tradition of the pres present present proscut ¬
ent existence of Raleighs Lost Colony
here at Manteo named after the old chief chiefwho chiefwho chIefwho
who went to England and was made
lord of the Island IslansI of Roaneke and
Dasamonguepec the first Of all Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can titles
Wlilstlcrn histlers Grave GraveFrom Grnvelrcm GraveFrem
From the London Morning I ImIttIt ImIttItWhi3t1er Past PwtWhistler PastWhistler
Whistler Is I burled not in Chlswtek Chlswtekchurchyard ChMwlckchurchard Chiawickchurchyard
churchyard where Hogarth lies but in inthe Inthe inthe
the cemetery that adjoins It No stone stonemurks stonemarks stonemarks
marks the grave of the artist which Is Isalmost Isalmost isalmost
almost hidden by b carefully tended flow flowers fiowers flowens ¬
ers A little fence of wooden trellis pro protects protects protects ¬
tects it and over fence and grave trailing
ivy Iv geraniums and honeysuckle hooe 8uckle grow growluxuriantly growluxuriant growluxuriantly
luxuriantly luxuriant The grave Is beside the high highwall highwaU highval1
wall of the cemetery cemter and partly partl sheltered shelteredby shelteredby shelteredby
by a wild plum tree overgrown just now nowby nowbr nowly
by creepers that has sprung up close to tothe tothe tothe
the boundary Beyond the wall rise an ancient hn hncleat n nclent ¬
cleat yew cw trees and th the more ancient ancientgray ancientgra ancientgray
gray gra tower of Chiswlck Church but mod modernity modernity modernlty ¬
ernity asserts aseertsftself Itself in the Incessant rat rattling ratUlng rattiing ¬
tling and hammering from the torpedo torpedoboat torpedoI torpedoboat
boat works whose long ranges rAnges of black blackbuildings blackbuildings blackbuildings
I buildings separate these peaceful acres acresI acre acrefrom acresfrom
I from the adjacent river
His Decisions Not Inimical To Labors LaborsInterests LaborsInterests LaborsInterests
Interests f
Does Samuel Samuel Gompers president of the theAmerican theAmerioon theAmenicuil
American Federation of Labor In his ro rocent ro rocent rocent
cent attack on Secretary of War Taft Taftyolce Trtftyolce ft ftyolce
yolce the sentiment of organized labor I bor or ormay ormay ormay
may his utterances be taken to Indicate Indicatemerely Indicatemerely indicatemerely
merely his personal opposition oppo ltlon to Mr MrTaft Mrraft MrTaft
Taft as a candidate ndldnle for the Presidency PresidencyPropounding PresidencyPropounding PresidencyPropounding
Propounding this query In a dispatch to tohis tohis tohis
his p IYper per Gus J Karger Washington Washingtoncorrespondent 1a Washingtoncorretpondent hlngtoncorretpOooent
correspondent of the Cincinnati Times TimesStar TlmosSlar TimesStar
Star discusses it as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The friends of Secretary Secretar Taft believe beliwethat bcJJ believethat vc vcthat
that the labor men of the country will be beoverwhelmingly beoverwhelming beoverwhelmingly
overwhelmingly in his favor when a better betterunderstanding betterUndeManding betterunderstanding
understanding of his position with 1th re respect ret respect ¬
spect t to labor organizations Is made gen general general gencml ¬
eral and the effect of his decisions in inlabor Inlabor Inlabor
labor cases is more universally appre appreciated appreciated appreelated ¬
ciated Already Alread there are Intimations Intimationsfrom IntimationsI intimationSfront
I from sources of unquestionable reliability reliabilitythat rellabllttythat reliabilitythat
that the great organizations of railroad railroademployes rallroodemployes railroademployee
employes are prepared to throw their sup support support > up upport ¬
port to Mr Taft despite Mr Gompers at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts to array arra organized labor against againsthim againstatm againsthim
him It Is true that Mr Taft has not notindorsed nothldM notindorsed
indorsed d the antiInjunction bill which whichPresident whichPre8kIent whichPresident
President Gornpers urged on Congress as asembodying asembodying I Ibodying
embodying bodying the views lows and wishes of the therganlzation theerpnlzaUon theseganlzstlon
rganlzation over which he presides It is isalso 16Also Isalso
also true that Secretary Taft supported supportedCongressman supportedCoRgreNman supportedCongressman
Congressman Llttlefteld of Maine for re reetoeUon reeieeUcm reelection
election In the face of Mr Gompers op opposition opUon opposition ¬
position Uon It is for or these reasons that Mr MrGe MrGempers rrGpers
Ge Gpers pers shows personal feeling f ng which whichcannot whichcannot hi h hcaJUtOt
cannot by any means be said to be beshared beRued beshared
shared by organized labor generally generallyv generaUyUIN
v I III His Attitude Misrepresented MisrepresentedUpon JUHrcprcltentcclUpon MisrepresentctlUpon
Upon no subject of such immediate im importance ImportaRee inportance ¬
portance in connection with the ante anteconvention aateconvention anteconvention
convention campaign is there such gen general general genera ¬
eral era misapprehension such a wealth of ofmisrepresentation ofml ofmisrepresentation
misrepresentation ml as upon Secretary SecretaryTafts SecretaryTftfts SecretaryTafts
Tafts attitude toward trades unionism unionismGompers unionismGompen unionismGompers
Gompers seeking to incite I the passions passionsof
of the worklngmen refers ref ra to him with withstudied withI Withstudied
studied I contempt as one of the first in inJnction in injunction Injlntlon ¬
junction judges To the public the idea ideais IdM1s ideais
is conveyed that as a a member of the ju judiciary ju11JIlrY Jullelary ¬
diciary his decisions were consistently cOfts teDtly ad adverse adwne adverse ¬
verse when questions involving the rights rightsof rightsof rightsof
of labor unions under the law were pre presented preIfntffi prented ¬
sented nted Nothing could be further from fromtho fromth fromtvr
tho th truth On the contrary contrary it is s an in indisputable indf indisputable ¬
disputable df putabJe tact that as judge of the theUnited tMtnittd theFnited
United States Circuit Court Secretary SecretaryTaft Secretar SecretarTaft SecretaryTaft
Taft handed down the opinions in labor laborcases laborcaset laborcases
cases which have since been accepted by byall b ball byall
all courts including Indudln the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of the United States Sta which bleb roost clearly clearlydefines clearl clearld clearlydefines
defines d nnH and establishes the rights and du duties duties doties ¬
ties of labor unions His decisions shew shewexactly shewexactly showexactly
exactly how far labor unions may go and andthe aDdthe andthe
the exact point at which the courts must mustIntervene mustIntfrv mustintervene
Intervene Intfrv e to prevent them from bejng ng in inimical InImical inimical ¬
imical to the general welfare welfareUpheld 1elfareCphclcl welfaretphcld
Upheld lUtzlit to Strike StrikeHe S StrikeHe rlke
He established the principle prlnel that men menhave menhave
have a a perfect right bt to organise and act actin actIn actin
in concert for the advancement of their theirown theirown theirown
own lawful interests tntere t ts He affirmed the theright therl theright
right rl ht of the workmen thus organized to tostop tolitop tostop
stop work in a body when their just de demands de deJnaIiM domantis ¬
mantis were ignored or refused e4 by em employers employers empioyers ¬
ployers thus th giving the sanction of the thelaw thela1 thelaw
law to strikes But he aura also laid down the theprinciple theprinciple theprinciple
principle which all 11 the other courts have haveaccepted haveaccepted haveaccepted
accepted a as final authority that no labor labororganisation laboror labororganisation
organisation or IUon has a a right ti t to Injure a per person pftIIOQ perSon ¬
son or or Institution not directly concerned concernedhi
hi tile ue dispute between employer and em eaa ¬
pOe JMo because that person or t trefuses
refuses ref to comply with the demands demandswhich ema emawbich demandswhich
which labor organizations have no right rightto rlsbtto rightto
to make in other oth r words he > put the die disapproval dlsapproYal dieaprova1 ¬
approval of the law 1a on boycotts directed directedagainst dlr directedagainst tecl teclapJn
against t a third person for or maintaining maintainingfriendly matntah1hlgfrtenclly maintainingfriendly
friendly or business relations with the theemployer tlepIoyer theemployer
employer pIoyer immediately involved ia the thereigning thereignlnf thereigning
reigning dispute It is this latter feature featureof featureof
of Mr Tafts decision fon to which President PresidentGompers PresidentGomper PresidentGompers
Gompers and those e of his view take ex exceptions exeepUon cxceptions ¬
ceptions and upon which they base their theirthreatened theirthreatened theirthreatened
threatened opposition oppositionHis oppositionHI oppositionIlls
His HI Limitations Jn Just t
Organised tabor when entering the theheld thekI theileld
held kI of politics poltt Itics must be bound 111 y the t same samerules merules me merules
rules that apply to other players of the thegame Utepme thegame
game They must stand or fail faD politi politically politically poUtcally ¬
cally as they present a a question of un undisputed Uftdtepated ondispeted ¬
disputed right rl bt or as they resort to tosophistry toaopbt tosophistry
aopbt sophistry lry to maintain their contentions contentionsIn
In the present case Mr Gompers an announced an announced announced ¬
nounced his hostility to Secretary Taft Taftbecause Tartbecause Taftbecause
because the latter placed necessary r and andjust andjut andjust
just limitations Hm tatloDii upon u On the rights of labor labororganizations laborOrganizationsnot labortrganizatloneflot
organizations Organizationsnot hot because his decisions decisionswere dedsloRswere decisionswere
were adverse to the beet interests of the thelaboring tbeI tbe1aborln thelaboring I
1aborln laboring men It Is a foregone conclu conclusion conclu8Ion concluslon ¬
sion therefore that the worklngmen n of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country will be neither misled nor norcoerced norcoeltCed norcoerced
coerced into assuming alJSumin a position which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they can not maintain and which they theycannot the theCAnnot theycannot
cannot defend This Thl is clearly indicated indicatedby Indkatedby Indicatedby
by the fact that labor unions have ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted Mr r Taffs rulings as the clearest clearestdefinitions cleareatdeftnltlons clearestdeftnitlons
definitions of their tbet thelgrights rights and have motH modifled modlftfil motHlied
fled their rules and practices to accord accordwith ACC accordwith rd rdwltb
with his opinions opinionsAs opinionsHAs opinionsAc
HAs As a judge Mr Taft made three Im Important Inlportant important ¬
portant decisions In labor cases upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which subsequent rulings have been beenbased beenbttsfll beenbased
based As a judge of the Superior Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Cincinnati he decided the case of the theMoore theroore theMoore
Moore Brothers vs s The Bricklayers BricklayersUnion BrlckmjcrsPnlon BnickIaersUnion
Union of Cincinnati The Toledo and andAnn andAnn andAnn
Ann Arbor case was decided in the Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral Court in 19K 1 lS and the Phelan con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt case in 1SW 1SWCnnxc lst lstCnulc IS1Cause
Cause of Misapprehension MisapprehensionThe
The latter was the most sensational sensationaland senSfltlonaland sensationaland
and has been responsible pon6ible for much of the theexisting theexisting theexisting
existing misapprehension as to Mr r Tafts Taftsposition T21 Taftspartition ts tsposition
position The T e great strike of the Pull Pullman Pullman Pullman ¬
man employee eplo s was on and agitators were wereendeavoring wereendeavoring wereendeavorIng
endeavoring to persuade railway raUwa employes employesto
to strike because the railways n lways were using usingPullman usingPullman usingPullman
Pullman cars There was as no pretense pretensethat pretensethat pretensethat
that the railway raUwa employes were to be bebenefited bebenefited bebenefited
benefited or that there th re was any an dispute disputebetween disputebetween disputebetween
between them and their employers emplo ers Oneof One Oneof Oneof
of the railroads running out of Cincin Cincinnati ClrnlnnAtl Cincinanti ¬
anti was In the hands of a receiver ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by b Judge Tafts court To Inter Interfere interfere interfere ¬
fere with that tba t road was to Interfere with withthe withthe Uh Uhthe
the court He Issued l sU < d an Injunction Injunctionagainst injunctionagainst Injunctionagainst
against Phelan the representative ot the thePullman thePuUman thePullman
Pullman PuUman strikers to prevent his opera operations operations operatio ¬
tions tio s against a nst the interests of that road rOAdPhelRn roadPhehin i iPhefan
Phefan defied the court by b the delivery deliveryof
of public Incendiary speeches Judge JudgeTaft JudgeTaft JudgeTaft
Taft sent him to jail for contempt contemptDefines contemptDeflnes contemptDefines
Defines Union Unions RIght RlghtMBut RIghtBut RightsBut
But In deciding that case Judge Taft Taftmade Taftma Taftmade
made ma e a notable and lucid statement statcp1ent got goxerning gO gOernlng goterning
erning the rights of labor organizations organizationsHe
He said The employes of the receiver receiverhad receiverhad receiverhad
had the right to organize organize Into or Join a alabor alllbor alabor
labor union which would ould take action as asto asto asto
to the th terms of their employment It is isa Isa isa
a benefit nefit to them and to the public that thatlaborers thAtlAborors thatlaborers
laborers should unite for their common commonInterest commonInterest commoninterest
Interest and for lawful porposes They Theyhave The Thehave Theyhave
have labor to sell If they the stand together togetherthey togetherthey togetherthey
they are often able all of them to ob obtain obtain obtam ¬
tain tam better prices for their labor than thandealing thandedllng thandealing
dealing singly slngl with rich employers be because becaUSe becauSe ¬
cause the necessities of the single em employe employe employe ¬
ploye may ma compel him to accept any anyprice an anprice anyprice
price that is offered The accumulation accumulationof
of a fund for those who feel that the thewages thewftgas thewages
wages offered are below the legitimate legitimatemarket legiUmfttemark legitimatemarkEt
market mark t value of such labor Is desirable desirableThey desirableThey desirableThey
They have the right to appoint officers officerswho officerswho omeerswho
who shall advise them as to the course courseto courseto courseto
to be taken In relations with their em employers employers empioyers ¬
ployers They The may unite with other otherunions otheruntons otherunions
unions The officers they the appoint or an another any anyotber anyother
other person they may choose to listen listento listento
to may advlaa adv o them as to the proper
course to be taken both m tn regard to their theircommon theircommon theircommon
common employment or It they UIe7to choose chooseto chooseto
to appoint any an one he may order them themupon themupon themupon
upon pain of exputeion exptd lop from the vision untoapeaceably VIdoApoaeo visionpeaceably
poaeo peaceably bly to leave the employe eM e of their theiremployer tlaciomployer theiremployer
employer because becAu any of the terms of ofemployment oCemployment ofemployment
employment are unatlsfactry unatlsfactryThis unaUafActftr7Tbll unat1smctryThig
This decision was wa afterward used by bythe bytho bythe
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Lo tVe Engi Ewclneers Engiusers Engineers ¬
neers in a case growing out of a strike strikeon strikeon strikeon
on the Wabash Railroad The railroad railroadaverred raltroeda railroadaverred
a averred erred that tba t the officers of the unions in involved Involved Involved ¬
volved were not employs of the road and andshould andshould andshould
should have no voice In the matter The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court accepted Accept l the ruling of Judge Taft Taftin TaftIn TaftIn
in the th Phelan case and the contentions of oftha o othe ofthe
the labor unions were sustained sustainedBoycott sustainedBoycott uatatDedDocott
Boycott Not Iegnl Weapon WeuponIn WeaponIn eapon eaponIn
In the Moore case ca a firm dealing deal in inbuilding Inbuilding inbuilding
building materials furnished such ma materials Materllts matennIs ¬
tennIs to a firm of contractors denomi denominated deRomlnated denomisated ¬
nated unfair A boycott was v declared declaredagainst declaredagtUnst declaredagainst
against the firm Judge Taft declared it itto Itto Itto
to be in violation ylol tlon of the law inasmuch inasmuchas
as the th Moorcs were not parties to the tbedispute thedlapute thedispute
dispute between th the labor unions untorwand untorwandthe and andthe andthe
the contractors in question questionThe questionTho questionThe
The Toledo and Ann Arbor rbor case was wasone wasone wasone
one In which the employes of one on railroad railroadwere natlroadwere raIlroadwere
were directed not to receive an and L handle handlefreight halldlefreight handlefreight
freight from another road upon which whichstrike a astrIke a astrike
strike had been declared Judge Taft Taftheld Taftheld Taftheld
held that the men of the former road so solong 80long solong
long as they held their places were com compelled eoIDpelled coinpellet ¬
pelled to handle freight frel t from all other otherroads otherroads otherroads
roads The Interstate commerce laws of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States required that railroads railroadsshoukl railroadsshoukl railroadssheuki
shoukl exchange freight and to refuse refusefreight refU8efreight refusefreight
freight from any road was was therefore a aviolation avlolatkm aviolation
violation of the law of the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The soundness and just juat1ceof ice of these de decisions decisions decisions ¬
cisions has been affirmed by an courts courtsand coartsand courtsand
and by the workingmen as a class This Thisfact n Thisfact s sfact
fact has been ably and clearly set forth forthbyFrederlck forthI forthbyFrederick
I byFrederick N Judson of St Loots who whohas whQhas whohas
has represented labor organizations in ina ina Inft
a number of important contests and who whorecently whlrecenU7 wh whrecently
recently published a thoughtful tbo lnful articK articKdealing artkj artkjdealin artteidealing
dealing dealin with the effect of Judge Tafts Taffsdecisions Taftsdeclelon8 Taftsdecisions
decisions upon the welfare of the labor laborIng Iabor1ft labortag
tag men Mr Judson was associated associatedI aMOdatfdwith associatedwith
I with judson IOD Harmon of Cincinnati in ininvestigating inInwstlgatl ininvestigating
Inwstlgatl investigating the charges against the theSanta theSAnta theSanta
Santa Fe Railroad He Is a lawyer of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great ability lltty and enviable eryfableJllcJlllon standing standingJiidKOn standingIiidO
JiidKOn IiidO DiHcnsseK Decisions DecinionnConcluding Deeljlllo DeeljllloConcluding DecisionsConcluding
Concluding his discussion of the de decisions decisions dedebug ¬
cisions themselves Mr Judson OQ said saidWhile aidWhlle saidWhll
While Whll these important decisions w were wererendered wererlooered wererendered
rendered by Judge J e Taft declaring the thefreedom thefreedom thefreedom
freedom of interstate commerce commea from fromillegal fromUlepl fromillegal
illegal combination both of labor and cap capital aapltal caplInt ¬
lInt ltal the limitations lIm1tatl upon the rights of oforganized oforganhecl oforganized
organized labor as well as the essen essential entJal ementiai ¬
tial principles involved la the right of oforganization ofortaatatJon oforganisation
organization for the betterment of their theirconditions thflrcondtttona theircentIons
conditions it would be an imputation imputationupon bnpatattonupon hoputationupon
upon the brilliant judicial record of Judge JudgeTaft JudgeTaft
Taft to suggest wr that hi any a of ofopinions these theseopinions theseopinions
opinions ne declared the law as a a friend frienddtdal fltendor friendof
or any 7 eta or that he made any ju judldal jutUclal
dtdal utterance In any 0 of the eases easesotherwise alSotherwise easesotherwise
otherwise than thanas as a a living oracle of the thelaw theJaw thelaw
law bound to declare P hi 10brourbtbelore every case casebrought casebrought
brought brourbtbelore before him not his own private privatejudgment II1vatejudgment 1vate 1vateJudgment
judgment but the judgment JtMI t of the law lawMr Ia lawMr
Mr 1 Jndsons reference to the free freedom treedom freedata ¬
dom of interstate commerce from the theillegal theI tneillegal
illegal I J combtoattooe of either capital or orlabor orlabor orlabor
labor has bearing on Judge J Tafts de decision decision deelsion ¬
cision ia the theAd Addyston 7stOft Pipe cam camthat In Intlaat Inthat
that ease he applied exactly the same samerule samerule me merule
rule the first and most important t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the antitrust decisions which whie he ap applied ap applied applied ¬
plied in the ease of the railroad em employes tII1pIoyes empoyes ¬
ployes who be refused to handle freight freightfrom tntightfrom freightfrom
from another railroad railroadThese raUNadTheft railroadrhese
These decisions are to be widely dis discussed d dcvaed discussed ¬
cussed within the next few months It Itto Itfa Iti
to i apparen from then examination that thatthe tha thatthe t tthe
the more closely they are studied the themore tilemor tnemore
more mor admirable they will appear as pub publicspirited publicspirited publiespirited ¬
licspirited announcements umouoc mentAi of the rights rightsas rlcbtsas rightsas
as well w n as the limitations 1ImItaUo of labor or organizations orpabatloas organizatione ¬
ganizations ganizationsBAD pabatloasBAD ganizationeBAD
AilmirnI Evan Pen Pcn P n n as 11 Cnustlc ns nsHis nillib asHis
His Sword Is Sharp Sharpht Sharp1tcss
P ht 1tcss t LUC LUCNe yuX lAteNo
Ne X doubt everybody omcteliy connected connectedwith eDldedwith connectedwith
with the Jamestown J own Exposition to ap appreciably appreda appreclably ¬
preciably preda bIy wiser than he was a year or oreven oreen oreven
even six months ago a Especially Mr MrBarton XrBarton MrBarton
Barton Myers an exposition manager managerwho managerwho e r rwho
who had the Indiscretion to write In a aletter aletter aletter
letter certain rash imputations as to the thebehavior thebeh thebehavior
behavior beh Yior of Admiral Evans Evans and the mis misfortune misfortune misfortune ¬
fortune to have them printed fat the pa papers papers papens ¬
pers They T came to Admiral Evans no notice notice n ntire ¬
tice and he wrote to Mr Myers 7e1S once one to toinquire tolaqulre toInquire
inquire and once to correct We had for forgotten forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten that Admiral Evans had such an anexceptionally anexceptionally anexceptionally
exceptionally fine gift for literary U 1II17 coerce correction OOIftc1Ion coercethin ¬
thin But after all a i admiral of full fullmaturity tunmaturity fullmaturity
maturity and experience Is apt to be a apretty apretty apretty
pretty good allaround man manOfficers JDMOffleers manOflicers
Officers of the army and navy are much muchexposed muchexpoaed muchoxpeced
exposed to misrepresentation misrepc tatlon In the public publicprints publiprints publicprints
prints and usually usuaU find it hard to put putthemselves puttbemselves A Athemselves
themselves tight For what they write in inreply inrepl inreply
reply to newspaper criticism they are re responsible 1sponslble responsible ¬
sponsible to their department at Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington Whoever pitches into an army or ornavy QfnaY ornavy
navy naY officer In print criticises a man manwhose manwhose manwhose
whose hands are more or less tied That Thatis TbatIs Thatis
is poor sport and any bold scribe who has hasonce hasonce hasonce
once tried it will avoid it next time if he heremembers heremembers heremembers
remembers soon enough Admiral Evans Evanshowever Evanshowever Evanshowever
however is an exception What That with his hisskill hisskUl hisskill
skill rank and prestige be is able to togive togive togive
give at least as good as he gets and no nocivilian nochman nocivilian
civilian critic who feels that rear admirals admiralsare admlrallJare admiralsare
are public servitors rdton who ought to do eag eagerly eagerb eagenly ¬
erly whatever whate er prominent business men menwant mtnmutt menwant
want dope need hesitate on humane humanegrounds humanegrounds umane umanegrounds
grounds to assail Admiral Evans when whenever whencer whenever ¬
ever he feels like It ItHIS ItIDS it itHIS
Virginia Bishop IfII0p Was Kept Busy BusyMnrrylnfc DUIITUnr BusyMarrying
Marrying Unr lng His Brother BrotherFrom Drotherbrom BrotherFrom
From the Rochester Herald IltnldA nersldA HeraldA
A wellknown Virginia clergyman one onetime onetime eontime ¬
time president of William and Mary Col College College Colloge ¬
lege was IlS married three times and on oneachoccasion on6AchQCC8510n onenchccasIon
eachoccasion the ceremony ceremon was v per performed performed performed ¬
formed by his his brother an even more re renowned renowned renowned ¬
nowned bishop When the flrst marriage marriagetook manlagetook marriagetook
took place the bishop had to refuse a atempting atempting atempting
tempting invitation from an old friend friendbecause friendbeCftuseso friendbecauseso
because beCftuseso so the letter ran ranl I am going goingup goingup goingup
up to WHHamsburg on that date to marry marrymy ni6rrym marrymy
my m brother George GeorgeThe GeorgeThe GeorgeThe
The same friend happened to be on the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train with him years afterward when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was traveling to the second ceremony ceremonyI
I am going to marry mlu marrj my brother brotherGeorge brotherGeorge brotherGeorge
George the bishop explained benignly benignlyafter bent benignlyafter ly lyafter
after the business busln of greetings were over overAgain overAgftin overAgaIn
Again many man years ears passed 1JtB OO and the same samejourney samejourne samejourney
journey was wa taken once more for the thesame thesame thesame
same purpose By a strange coincidence coincidencethe coIneldeneethe coincidencethe
the identical IdcnUcalfrlend friend ran Into the bishop bishopas
as they the hurried through the depot to totheir totheir totheir
their respective trains Where going goingbishop g goIngbishop lng lngbishop
bishop the former sang out as they theygrasped theygrnspcd theygrasped
grasped hands and and dashed by each eachother oechother eachother
other otherI
I am going where I am always going goingthe goingthe goingthe
the answer came back b ck ponderously to tomarry tomRrI tomarry
marry my brother George GeorgeCnptnrcil GeorgelCaptured
Captured Snnta Anas Leg IeprFrom IzegFmB LegFists
From the > SpriagSdd 1e1d ItepubHran ItepubHranThe UevubUeaThe ItepublieaaThe
The man who captured Gen Santa SantaAnas S ntanas SantaAnas
Anas nas wooden leg the most interesting interestingrelic Intorestlngre1lc interestingrelic
relic of the Mexican war Is still living livingHe JivingHo livingHe
He Is Edwin Elvin Elliott of Spa S Rafael RafaelCal ItatulCnt RafaelCal
I Cal Mr Ir Elliott belonged bclon C4 to tttt toIllinois Foiirlil FO 1 1Il1nDJs
Illinois RCstmcnts Iogt =

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