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Many of the Single Taxers of this city, for
county and State who are personally ac
quainted with Bolton Hall, Esq., No. Ill
Broadway, New York city, one of the
leading Single Tax men of the country,
more than surprised when they
learned that Mr. Hall had been discrimi
Kefjrtan, ML 2 " e of
the Fifth avenue l'resbvterian Church of
nt°n V gT^o expressing them- *
selves are A. K. Saylor, publisher of son.
Justice, Williard Saulsbury Meredith, G.
W. Kreer. G. W. Carpenter, G. W. Stan- and
'lev William H. Billingsley, Samuel
Swain candidate for State Treasurer, such
Frank'L. Brand, for Auditor; Samuel
Khoup, for Recorder, Daniel Lynch, and
llenrv If Brown, Henrv Saring, Patrick
C. Bogan' Aaron Kersey, Harold Sudell,
F. H. Davis, Alexander Sterlitz, John
Saring, John Dugan and Andrew J- and
" °" '"'mST'
In speaking of this discrimination yes
terday Mr. Saylor and Mr. Kreer stated
that the reason for this act on the part of
the father was the fact that his son would
spend the money left him in the cause
of Single Tax.
the
the
His
Of

Bolton Hall, Known in This State,
Discriminated Against in His
Father's Will.
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ONE OF HIS MANY FABLES
The Opinion or bocal Single Tax Men
la That Rev. Dr. Ball Thought
Bolton Would Spend Hia v
Share Ibr Hla
Party.
F
.a;
were
Mr. Hall, they stated, vvonlil not miss
this for the reason that both he and his
wife are wealthy.
Mr. Hall opened the campaign of 189 S
in this city and remained here for a
number of weeks.
During that time lie wore the Single
Tax uniform, with leggings,hat and cape
to correspond, and many a night slept
the hard floor of the headquarters of
the Single Tax men in this city in
pany with them.
He is admired and respected with all
with wflom lie came in contact, and, to
a certain degree, is the idol of the Single
Tax men of the country and this State.
on
com
He ia affable and generous to a fault.
He is a strikingly handsome man of
splendid' physique through his vig
orous constitution, has gone through
with more than one hard campaign
without feeling the effects of the work.
He is a splendid speaker with an ex
cellent delivery and is one of the leading
Single Taxers in the country.
The following fable,which is character
istic of Mr. Hall, lie related during
speeches delivered in this city:
A feudal lord had a big Teutonic serf
The Teuton was dissatifled. He said lie 1
would like more comfort and less abuse.
"But," said his owner, "your miseries
are due to iiflemperence. What you
need is a high license." "Well," said
the Serf, "let as try it." Ilis condition
■did not improve. Then said the serf,
"I need mure privileges." "Not at all,
said the Feudal Lord. "Your wretched
■ condition is due to drink; what you lack
is prohibition." Said the Serf: "That
should be enough." Ilis stall was worse
than ever. "i want less oppressive
taxes," said the fellow. "Not you," re
turned the Master. "What you need is
a system of indoor and outdoor relief.'
And lie became yet more miserable.
"
-
"I gel too little of what I produce,"
said the Serf again. "Nonsense," re
plied liis Lord, "You have too many
children; you require well-organized
charity." "Perhaps that might suffice,"
said the Serf. Ilis state became more
pitiable still,
marked,
much for foed—niv Government ex
pert will show it," said lie.
more liberty," said the Serf. "You can
choose your own overseer," said the
Lord. "I should govern myself," said
the fellow. "Oil 110," said the Lord,
"you should buy a patent cookstovo and
save the swill." The life of the Teuton
grew harder and harder.
"I am going to have co-operation."
"Dear me," said the Land Lord, "take
The Serf grew
"Give me a better
And tiie Land Owner rc
raccs pay too
'Tiie Aryan
"I demand
guff rat
universal
poorer and shabbier,
currency," said lie.
"It is time,"
resist these demands."
the Serf, and wheedled him out of his
The Serf asked for just taxa
The Land Lord said: "Try to sat
said the Land Lord, "to
And he lied to
-
purpose,
tion.
icl'y him with government ownership of
water and light."
The Slave grew hungrier
must take the land," said he. "What
you must have," said tiie Land Lord, as
he got up a scare of war,"is an increased
army and a strong government.''
"X will have your head,''said the Man.
This and many others of an almost
similar nature hud I he effect of drawing
large crowds whenever it was known lie
was going to speak.
Ill speaking as to how lie became in
terested in social reform Mr. Hull is
credited with telling the following:
"This is how I became farther inter
ested in sociology and political reform.
When Bellamy'* book 'Looking Back
ward' came out. I saw that lie saw tilings
as I did.
"I should say that I had previously
gone into Sunday school and mission
work. Sol wrote Bellamy, also Henrv
•orge and I tennis Kearney.
"They were the only discontented men
I knew, and I wanted to hear what they
laid to say. I was a philistine and a fair
subject for the radicals.
'•Bellamy wrote me a good letter, on
a list of the forty nationalist
•luhs 1 hen ill existence. 1 corresponded
em and read all their hooks and
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He
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"I Lnnis Kearney did not
reply.
■1 -1 'li 1 me 11 line.
"Henry George wrote a line letter, lie
said: 'We are far from having a perfect
organization, but I send you
the Shtniliml, containing a list of our
Single Tax clubs.'
"'•I wish viin would look a little into
mu'views and aims. I think yon will
lind in them the only remedy for social
disease, and the on I v evidence of social
copy
I i vaster.' "
"After receiving
Mr. Hull continued:
courteous reply from Henry George
began reading all the publications on
tax. I should say that I had
previously read 'Progress and Poverty,'
was not much moved by it, but now t
when I came to road it the second time
saw that it was a great work.
"When 1 had read all his books I
sought for everything that appeared
the Jesuits to break down George and
McOlynn. I not only read their writ
ings and speeches, but 1 followed the {
Saratoga discussions at the convention
meeting of the Economic Association.
"My aim was to And, if possible, a
hole or a Haw in George's single tax
thefworl'd a^a cranfo'^wsmteif to know
just what I was doing.
^S«"' 5 "i. l Tn"rSr»ncS
for bad government and all social ills."
Mr. Hall is the man whom the o,000
longshoremen of the biggest city m
America have made the treasurer,it tlieir
powerful organization.
He is a lawyer, a graduate of great
colleges, familiar with languages and lit
^ph^&<^^>St^d |
modern writers from Socrates to Henry ;
* aSi, is Dr. Ha „v
son. While his father preached strict
Presbyterianism in one of the wealthiest
and most aristocratic churches in upper
1'ifth avenue, his son, Bolton llall, with
such a legacy and all his high associa
tions in church, in society, in literature
and at the Bar became the friend and
adviser of workingmen in their darkest
hours of helplessness and adversity.
J. V. Hetzel, Mr. Crosby, Mr. Saylor
and the other Single Taxers state that
'"'mST' *" '■"* *""*
They hope to have him here in a few
weeks' to open the campaign of 1000 .
It has been said that because he be-j
carae a follower of Henry George and
arrayed himself with labor unions
against capitalists lie displeased his
father, who willed him only a life in
terost—the income from a certain part ot
the personal property on the deatli of
the widow, who received all the per
sonal property.
The executors have power, after her
death, to advance him at any time,
should they deem it advisable and for
His best interests, the whole or any part
Of his share. At his deatl. the remainder 1
goes to his wife of children. These con-;
ditions apply to none of the other chit
dren or heirs. ;
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j n enlightened age 110
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