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THE HARTFORD. HERALD PAGE THKML X . BARRED FROM G, A, R. Were Confederate Vets At Chattanooga, A AND NEAR MUTINY FOLLOWED Much Chagrin Pelt By South ern Soldiers Created Big Sensation. R .JkXPIAXATJOX OK THE MATTKU Chattanoaga, Tenn., Sept. 17. Enforcement of an order excluding women and -civilians from tho forty seventh annual parade of tho Grand Army of the Republic to-day pre vented the N. B. Forrest Camp of United Confederate. Veterans partic ipating In the pageant. Clad in their gray uniforms the Southerners were preparing to form In the line of march with Forsytho Post Mo 15, of Toledo, Ohio, when they were Informed of the order. A -near mutiny followed among the Ohio soldiers for a time and they threatened not to partclpate In the parade. Tho threat later was Teconsldored, and the parade -was'held as scheduled. The South ern men expressed great friendship for tho Ohio veterans, declaring they were notto blame. The affair created a sensation here, and was the principal subject --pf conversation on the streets to )' night, as many former Confederates have taken a prominent part in the. entertainment of the members of ttve G. A. U. since their arrival here Monday. An Invitation to Join In tho pa rade had been tendered Colonel L. T. Dickinson, commander of the Forsythe Post. Just when they were ready to take their places Col onel Hanson informed Colonel Dick inson that the commander of tho pep'artent of Ohio, Colonel W. It. jVV'arnock, had been instructed to I bar every one from the parade ex cept Cnlon veterans. Colonel Hanson expressed deep regret over the incident. The Con federate veterans also appeared dis tressed, but as they marched quiet ly back to their headquarters they were greeted with cheers by the Union-veterans.- In a statement to-night Colonel Dickinson said: "We regret the incident very much, but I believe our comrades, njul especially those in the Forsythe Post,, were even more distressed. We held rio ill feeling toward tho rank A. and file of the boys in blue. The boys 'In blue are with us and for us and we are with and for them. To show that thero is no hard feeling against them we are tendering them an invitation to visit our camp to morrow. This invitation Is to the rank and file of the boys in blue." The following explanation of the Incident was made In a statement to-nllit by Commander In Chief Al fred B. Beers, of the G. A. It.: "Yesterday I learned that there "V was a body of women hero planning ' ,to take part In the Grand Army of the Republic parade. I also under stood that these women wero from tho State of Ohio. For this reason I called the attention of the Com mander of the Department of Ohio to the following extract from Gen eral Order No. 10, which reads: " 'Women and civilians are pro- , hlblted from participating In the pa- Jr rade, and "Department Commanders are directed to enforce this order in their respective departments.' "I didn't 'know that an invitation had been extended to Confederate veterans to take part In the parade, and never heard that thero was any Intention or extending an invitation to the N. B. Forrest Camp U. C. V. It was Certainly not tendered by headquarters, nor was the permis sion of headquarters asked to extend such an Invitation, nor was the In WHENEVER YOU NEED A GEMERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally Valuable ara General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 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This order was based on a custom which has been observed In the pant. -, "In addition to this the Confed erate camp was not excluded be cause Its members wero former Con federate soldiers, but because It Is the policy of the Grand Army of tho Republic to have only Its members in the parade, with the exception of Sons of Veterans, who were official ly Invited to act as escorts." Fully 12,000 Union survivors of tho Civil War marched through the streets of Chattanooga to-day In the Lparade. In the face of a steady rain tho veterans trudged between hu- j man wnlls of cheering spectators along tho entire route. HOW OlMK ItKCAMK AX L'XWITiMXO AUniTOR While tho lyceum platform has no monopoly of the bete nolr business, It has its full tale of them. One of the worst dreaded of them is being called to the home of sonic enterprising citizen who has a daughter afflicted with recititls. 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The address Is being printed and will be sent out to the bar of this and other States and to various ministerial as sociations. Judge Harrison chose as his sub ject, "The Divinity of Jesus Christ Under the Itules of Evidence From a Lawyer's Standpoint.' After emphasizing the Importance of tile question, Judge Harrison said that the subject might be treated either from a criminal standpoint, wherein Jesus' accusers would un dertake to prove Him an .impostor, In which event the burden of proof would be upon the accusers, or from civil standpoint; alleging His di vinity In a Hvil action, tlwby plac ing the burden of proof upon the advocates of Ills claims. He chose the civil procedure, thereby assum ing the burden of proof. "Ilut," said Judge Harrison, "if the issue wero being tried as a crim inal action, charging the Saviour with being an impostor, and I wero appearing as counsel for the defend- jant, the first thing I would do, after the testimony of Ihe prosecution was submitted, would be to demur to the evidence. For if all the evi dence which tho infidel world has been able to discover in 1900 years, together with all a"he puny phloso phy which has been picked out of tho pigmy heads of skeptics during all these centuries, were offered in evidence in support of the charge, there is not a civilized court In all Christendom that would not, with out hesitation, sustain the demurrer to the evidence anil discharge the defendant." "It will be unnecessary to offer in evidence," continued the speaker. "such facts as are agree'd to be true. It is agreed by the scholars and his torians that there was such a man as Jesus of Nazareth; that He was born In Hethlehem -of Judea "at or about the tlmo testllied to by evan gelists; that He was 'brought up by Joseph and Mary; that His early life. His occupation and lack of ed ucational advantages were practi cally tho same as testllied to by the evangelists; that It was known among the acquaintances of Jesus that Ho had some mission on earth; that some great things were expect ed of Him; and yet no effort was made nor pains taken to prepare Him for the Important events Ho was expected to engage in or per form. "It Is agreed that at about thirty years of ago Ho began tt preach tho very tilings tho evangelists say He preached; that notwithstanding Ho wns uneducated and had -never been prepared for the ministry, yet In preaching and in His teachings Ho evinced n most profound knowledge -or -philosophy, a thorough und com plete understanding of men itnd hu man affairs and a most intlmato familiarity with every detail of tho law, tho prophets and or all tho Old Testument writings. "It 1s also agreed that Ho was a man or deep piety, was a good man and went about doing good: that af ter about three years of His preach ing He was betrayed, accused, tried, condemned, crucified and laid In tlw sepulcher under guard of the Ro man soldiers, practically as testified fo by tho evangelists; that He was crucified and laid In tho sepulcher Friday and was missing Sunday morning; that His body was never recovered by the soldiers, nor was any attempt made to recover It, al though they claimed it had been stolen while the soldiers wore asleep; that none of tho disciples were prosecuted for stealing the body nor any of the soldiers prose cuted for going to sleep and allow ing tho body to be stolen, although such an offense under the Roman law was punishable by death." After arranging the evidence In a logical) manner, cting the lack of footprints or other signs of theft,, the evidence of the dlecp)es as against the mere allegation of the soldiers, who admitted to having been asleep, Judge Harrison referr ed to the multitude of witnesses having met a man who answered to tho description of Jesus and tho be lief was not disputed at the time, but which led thousands to espouse It at Pentecost. "Almost every material Issue," said Judge Harrison, "Is agreed upon except the one pivotal Issue, whether Jesus arose from tho dead." Hero he cited tho rules of evidence as laid down by (Ireenleaf regarding ancient documents and dwelt upon tho competence of witnesses tho evangelists unimpeachable under any rule of any court. Tho Judge took up in detail the alleged discrepancies of the four principal writers, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and showed thnt In matters like the women at the tomb and tho time of their visitations, there was no discrepancy on any material fact which any court would recognize, one having mentioned one woman, another another and another mentioning both, neither statement eliminating or controvert ing the fact set forth in the other. After setting up In a legal way many other matters or evidence Judge Harrison strengthened his ar guments by mentioning and citing ail of the surrounding circum stances, tho prophecies of the Mes siah, tho forerunners' acceptance of Jesus as the Son of Cod, His accept ance by the hordes and multitudes along Jordan,, and numerous other seemingly Incontrovertible facts. After the Judge had concluded his address it was voted unassaila ble and the decision to have It pub lished and sent broadcast over the country was unanimous. 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