1902-04-13 FARR W R B C SCHOOL BOARD SCANDAL

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1902-04-13 FARR W R B C SCHOOL BOARD SCANDAL - PRIMARY ON JUNE as That of State...
PRIMARY ON JUNE as That of State Convention--Dupont Replies to Berner's Potts Telegram. he secured a coov of the telegram from T. J. Caning. and showed it to Mr. Pools. The following is from Mr. Holder's letter "After reading the copy of the telegram I obtained from Mr. Carllns Mr. Potts said that he had never seen it before and that he certainly did not sign it. I a&an asked him how Ire accounted for it and he said If I wouid see Mr. Terrell that gentle could explain it as he engineered the scheme' with Mr. Berner. Knowing the close persona and political relations between Mr. Berner and Mr. Tent I did not seek Mr. Terrell to ask him about the matter. I suDoosad that Mr. Potts would gladly furnish the In formation I was seeking with reference to the matter. In view of the fact that I was seeking it In the interest or Mr. El- Us. whom I was suDDortln and whom Mr. Potts supported. Mr. Guerry concludes hi. dud as follows "In conclusion allow ma to gay that I appreciate Mr. Berner's kind allusions to my services to him In 1896. "But I must say Ito him that he misconceives th Issues In the present con- troversv. That he Is making himself a party to the issue between Mr. Terre and me. and that If < Insists on bin a t per- tv to the controversy at all he should make himself a party to the 1 sue between himself and Mr. Potts. Still. I am not only willing but anxious to rteht any wrong I have done ihrm. and now ask him to rtat specifically what that wrong is. sneaking for himself alone and not as the defender of Mr. Terrell. at . n- tleman Is of age. and In a matter of this sort should bav neither a representative nor a guardian. TERRELL flT LATJRfiNS. DUBLIN. Ga. April 12.-Special Hon. I. M. Ten spoke In ths court house here today to an audience of about four hundred. He was introduced by J. M. Finn In a graceful speech. Mr. Terrell followed the usual lines In his speech discussing taxation education and prohibition. He strongly favored taxing franchisfs of corporations and the liberal pensioning of \eterans. He did not refer to hlg opponents by name but plainly alluded to Mr. Guerry In statements relative to the wall of pessimists. Mr. Terrell made a good Impression and his supporters are satisfied with his chances of carrying Laurens county. He promised his hearers if he were made governor he would be an executive whj represented the people not one who was the exponent of factions or classes. TAXES ABE SLOW. T AXES msy 03 one of the surest things n the world according to the old proverb but according to the state treasury officials those now due are coming In quite slowly. The tax collectors all over the state are lust now en gaged In collecting the specific taxes from 811 classes of trades and buslnessss against which they are assessed by law but the collections appear to be consld- frably slower than usual. At any rate they are coming in far more olowly than was the case last year though when the collections are finally completed they will b as large if not slightly larger than was the case a year ago. At present there Is very little money In the treasury. PensloLS Interest and the first month's pay for the teachers has taken out pretty nearly everything that came In up to March 1. The question of when the teachers will receive their second month's pay is one there- for which cannot be answered at the j present time. U is probable they will be paid some time In May but nothing can be stated definitely on this point until the collections of cpeciflo taxes have progressed further tlun at present. Govern or Candler and Treasnrer Park Intend to make the payment Just as soon as It Is possible to do so and the checks will be issued it is stated us soon as the money Is in the treasury. Communicated. HON. MARK JOHNSTON. Press Comments During th Past Week on His Candidacy for State School Commissioner. CoJartown Advance-Courier. HON. MARK JOHNSTON Spoke at the Court House Last Saturday Afternoon. Hon. Mark Jchnston candidate for state school commlsgloneT addressed a large tnidtonce of the representative citizen of Polk county at the court house ion last Saturday. Colonel Johnston 18 a man of fine personal appearance and an orator of no ordinary ability. His speech was a clear topical presentation of the issues Involved In his candidacy and what seemed to be an authorized fcrraJgnmcmt of the present administration. Dr. JV hnston refrained from personalities and dealt only with the official conduct of the prtser.t ctate school commls- Flcner. During the delivery of his speech ho was Fi etc4 by frequent applause arid at Its close many went forward and assured him of their support. We hope In our Urue next week to puWteh In full the aMe sptrarfi of Dr. Johnston and bespeak for it a careful p rusal on th part of our many readers. Albany Herald. Dr. Mark Johnston candidate for stat sclinol commissioner. II dtolng some ef- 1' ctlve campaigning In 'he upper part of th state. He has atoptod the Old Geor gia plan of addressing people and telling them There he stands on the issues In volved in the race for the office to which he aspires and tie position on the question of uniformity of textbooks the exclusion of northern histories from our public schools. end a division of the sohooj fund between the whites and blacks aooonJlng to the taxes paid by the two races seems to be winning votes for Mm. Elbe Star. Public Speaking at lh Court House. Hon. Mark Jotir.ston. of Mitedgerille. candidate for state school conunlssKmer' delivered an address at the court house to an appreciative orowfl Tuesday at noon. Air. Jchnstor. spoke for about three- quarters of on hour on th 18311'18 of the campaign chief of which was the public record of Gtern the commissioner At times toe scored Mr. Gleam's record heavily. Tho speech in furl. Just as he delivered it Tueeday. will probably be print-id la our next isu Mr. Johnston is a gt od talker and made a gccd impression and received much encouragement frorc those with whom he ci me in contact. LawrencevUle News-Herald. Dr. Johnston's Speech Hon. Mark Johnston candidate for state school commissioner introduced to our people by Major W. E. Simmons delivered an a. at our court house yesterday. H spoke for an hour and a half giving in ls opinion. the faulta of Dr. Glenn's administration and the remedies therefor in event of hi own election. Mr. Johnston said he "would not lug Dr. Glenn's private business affaire or personal conduct before the people and that h bad no. sympathy with such modes of controversy. He did. however handle the commissioner's official record and public utterances' With "stove off C ( Johnston be many friend In Lawrencevllle who are sjaon our best dozens. He Is assuredly a fair opponent. In fact be seemed careful throughout his speech to.avoid anything In the line of abuse. His p ech yre we think a vote- maker. We. will print It in full next week. Mr. Johnston goes from this place to Newnan where he speaks tomorrow night. Personally he made a. good impression on -our people. He is decidedly in earnest Special Dispatch to The Journal. Glenn and Johnston Speak at Conyers. Conyers Ga. April 8. Judge Caner opened Rockdale superior court yesterday morning and immediately adjourned until today on account of the absence of Important witnesses Candidate G. R- Glenn spoke in tire interest.of his candidacy and was followed by . Mark .Johnston. of Mllledge- vJlle candidate for the ame position. Dr. Johnston was introduced by Dr. Melton a leading citizen of Conyers who took occasion to Baj that Dr. Glenn had edified his audience on fbe educational systems of Germany. Switzerland and Holland but had failed to give an account of his stewardship during the fight years of his Incumbency. He said that Dr. Johnston would talk to them of the common schools of Georgia the history of which he knew from their establishment. Dr. Johnston then spoke for an hour and a half ably and eloquently. At the close of his speech Dr. Johnston was approached by many of Ws audience who cordially shook his hand and gave him assurance of support On every hand Dr. Johnston met w tti an enthusiastic reception and was promised the vote of Rockdale. Athens Banner. His Idea of the Races. W. R Haygood. a traveling man was In the city yesterday. He is an enthusiastic supporter of Mr. Terrell for governor and Dr. Mark Johnston for state school commissioner. He says that his favorites win carry 75 per cent of the 137 counties In the state Amerlcus Herald. "Lost in the Shuffle. Since Dr. Mark Johnston announced himself as a candidate for state school commissioner and declares In favor of uniform school books. Professor Merrltt of Valdosta seems to have been lost In the shuffle. Special Dispatch to Atlanta Journal. Dalton. April 11. Hon. Mark Johnston addressed a good-sized crowd of voters at the court house during the noon Intermission in the Interest of his race for state school commissioner. Mr. Johnston's speech was full of fire and his hearers were attentive manifesting considerable interest in his theme. His talk was in favor of state uniformity of text books more schools and better without the in crease of taxation. While making no personal attack upon the present state school commissioner his speech was largely devoted to an attack upon his record as a public official. Mr Johnston said that In his opinion the present commissioner was largely to blame for all and wholly to blame for part of the evils In the public school situation. He ridiculed Mr. Glenn's Idea of an increase of a million and a half In taxation for public schools and his plan for sending omnibuses around in rural localities In order that children might attend distant schools. Communicated. Glenn's Reply to Beck's Charges. To the People of Georgia In a speecto delivered at tile Grand opera house in Atlanta by Rev. A. J. Beck candidate for .5555 h ol commissioner on the evening of March 25 he puWldy preferred against ma 'e charges each one of which Involved to a greater or teas extent my personal and official character and integrity. These charges while specific in their nature were couched In such general terms that they did not then nor do they now put me upon notice of the particular acts of alleged official misconduct of which 'he Mr. Beck Is complaining in the course Pt 013 remarks and . connection with these enarges. Mr. Beck offered to appoint a friend to allow me to do likewise and to submit to these two gentlemen privately the in formation upon which the charges were based. Through the columns of the public press 1 promptly stated that each of Mr. Beck's charges were absolutely and unqualifiedly false and challenged 'Jon' Beck to give the public the proof upon which We ctiarges -were ioun i i. MIS offer to submit privately to two fri nds the proof in his posessslon and wave them determine the merits of the issue I declined for reasons so manifest I'.trat they need not be stated. I -am a public officer directly responsi be to the people for my official conduct and If the Rev. Mr. Beck or any other citizen knows reasons why I am unfit to properly discharge the 6 of my position the public and not the friends of Mr Beck and myself are entitled to such reasons. At first Mr. Beck declined to make public proof of Ms charges and repeated his offer for private aUbitraHon. At that time I.again challenged Mr. Beck to furnish the public the proof ond stated that until he did 90 I should not dignify his charges with any runner notice. In The Atlanta Journal of the 6th In stant end The Constitution of the 6th Mr Beck in a card over his signature presents to the public the proof of one of the five charges. to-wit. charge No. 2 which reads as follows 2 I charge him with the gal lean- ing'of a state license in a oertiiin county of Georgia said license bein revoked and destroyed on the demand of the board of education of the county in which it was in yuv of ii charge Mr. Beck pre- cents certificates of Mr. M. L Brit tain countv school commissioner of Fulton oountV. to the effect Oral the minute of the county board of education of Fulton First8 that on ie 11 Mi of TXw ini er. 1597 Mr TV' R B C. Farr was given a Bpc- dni mtamlnation by the -ountr board of education of Fulton coxinty for a Weens to teach in Fulton county and that after an examination of Ms .paper the county board of education on the l.th of De cember. 1S97. declined to issue Mm a 11- C Second that on the llth of January 1898. Catarrh Cured at Home. A. Practical Common Treat ment Has'Bsen -Discovered That Can Be Used by the Patient aiHojne A neglected cold lays th foundation for catarrh neglected catarrh b the fours- dation tor consumption. Dr. Blower's Ca- tsrrh Cure will break up the cold or cure the catarrh and present consumption. The aymptoms of catarrh are. a s- charge. which is either blown from th no runs back and drops Into the throat a dull headache a stopped up fe llna- in the nose and head extreme liability to take coW etc. It often leads to noises In the head tl.roat. bronchitis asthma indigestion and consumption. If you Buffs from any or the above troubles you should begin the proper treatment at once. Dr. Blosscr's Catarrh Cur is th b t remedy known to medical science for these diseases. It cures 95 out of every 100 cases. The cost is only 00 for a. box by mall containing one month's treatment It is to simple and pleasant that even a child can use rt Samples Mailed Free. Call at our office or if you o not live in the city write to cs and we win send to any sufferer a free trial sample by mail. Write for his self-examination consulta tion blank and If you wish special advice her win be no.extra charge. Call eel or address Or. 3. W. BJosser Son 58-40 A Suit That Leads Them All. We are showing the beat black unfinished Worsted Suit In Atlanta for $15.00. It's worth any man's f 18.00 and yon know what an all wool black unfin ished wonted salt means. The as- eace of neatness always dressy and eooks well as long as there is a piece left It will pay you to take a few moments oft to examine this special offer. ESSIG BROS. Clothiers Furnishers Hatters 37 WHITEHALL ST. the courier board of education of Fulton county being informed that a permanent license bad been issued to- Mr. W. R.B. C. Parr by myself without any examination whatever. It was upou motion remotoed by said board that I be-requested to revoke the license so issued to Mr. W. R. B. J. jj-arr. d. that th action- of the county board was communicated to me and on January 18 1898 I seat to the board a letter reading a follow to-wit "In view of your stahwnents to me I fcave recalled the license Issued to Mr. F&rr. So far as Mr. Brittain 1 concerned he Is a roost estimable gentleman my personal Mend and not only is h entitled absolutely to full credit and belief in this or any other matJter but the facts as stated by him are a nave no ooirot en tirely true. If. however. Mr. Beck had not allowed himself to be imposed upon and had. as any fair-minded rtght-thlnk- ing man should have done made a fuH investigation of the tacts before making this most unwarranted attack upon me. this present communication as well as the controversy that preceded it. would have been entirely unnecessary. For the Information of those who have no occasion to be posted on the subjedt I beg to ay that "oy reference to the code of Georgia sections 1370 and 1372 It will be seen that there are two kinds of licenses Issued to teachers a The first are licenses issued upon examination by county boards of educay tlon for one two or three years as the case may be which authorize the parties to whom they are Issued to teach within the limit of that county for the time specified at the end of which time another examination is necessary. b Second wherever in the opinion of the county school commissioner an ap plicant for teacher's license has stood an examination of .such merit as to entitle him to it. the state school commission er may upon receipt of the examination papers and certificate of the good moral and professional character of the applicant issue to such applicant a permanent teacher's license which shall be good in any county in the skate and which shall be revocable only by the state school commissioner. Section 1338 of the code of 1895 makes the governor the attorney general the secretary of state the comptroller general and the state school commissioner a state board of education and section 1342 says that this board "shall constitute an advisory board with whom the state school commissioner shall have the right to consult when he is In doubt as o his official duty. With this brief statement of the law bearing upon this Wbjeet I now submit the facts in th3 particular case Professor W. R. B C. Farr of Fulton county an old confederate soldier with a running wound in S3 body ha. taught successfully in this county and elsewhere from the close of the war until the year 1898- In 95 86 and 87 ha taught in the public schools under a three-year license issued to him by the authorities of Ful ton county. At that time Hon. John N' Fain was county school coramlssiooer of Fulton county and It will be recalled that Mr. Fain died during the year 97. In December 1897 Professor Fair brought to me a statement that Hon. John N. Fain the former county school commis sioner of Fulton county. Mid examined him before his Pain's death and bad recommended that a permanent state U- 86 be Tssuea on me cense ejuvuuuu. he Professor Farr to ad stood. Accompanying this statement were certificates signed by Messrs. A. 3. Poole E. 8. Mor ris and .7. T. Kimberly. members of the county board of education of Fulton coun ty and each of whom served in their re- siectlve capacities underhand at the same tine with Commissioner Fain to th effect that Professor Farr had stood "a superb examination and that the entire board of education of Falton county had recommended trot a permanent state li cense be Issued to Professor Farr. In addition to this Professor Farr testified that his examination paper togetrtr .with the certificate of Commissioner Fain were "lost or dastroyed" in the change of administration from Commissioner Fain to Commissioner R. J. Quinn. This latter statement is also borne out by the certif icates of three members of the county board of education above named. Un der these circumstances I thought it prop er to submit the facts and the testimony to the members of the state board of ed ucation. When the members of the state board of education heard the facts they unanimously recommended to me that a permanent state license be issued to Professor Farr. end on their recommenda lion the license referred to was ivued. At that time neither I nor the members of the state board knew that the county board of Fulton county had refused. Pro fessor Farr a county license. Upon hearing that the state license had been issued. Commissioner R. J. Quinn came to my office and stated to me that t- 1,1. Koar were ooposed to the is- desired that there license an truth of every statement I have made I have In my offl2TS original licen.e issued to Pro fessor Farr and the certificate of Messrs. Po7e\ Morris and Klmberly. then consU- InfiJection'of thwS d'oclTments tetha part of Mr Beck or any one else who if in- .r fwi In' the matter. In addition to this. Messra. F ole. Morris and Kimberly living in Fulton county entirely le to Mr. Beck or any one els in. ex-Attorney General Joseph IL the then secretary of state Hon. Candler nd Comptroller General A Wright who. together with lamented Hon. W. T. Atkinson and "mvseir constituted the state board oTedSor are all here in Atlanta- and will doubtless be glad to confirm the truth of every statement made. The members of the state board of edu cation were fully advised of the facts and advised the Issuance of th license of which Mr. Beck complaint. Can Mr. Beck or any one else question the wisdom orth honesty of these men in administering a public trust So far as I am concerned. If this official act of mine wereto do over. I would again give Oils old soldier his Hc ns not only as a badge of honor for his bravery in war. but a. a testimony of his irreproachable conduct nd efficiency a teacher in peace. Now Mr. Betk. yon bare ma& flv charges against me. Ttrus far you hare notp clfled. or attempted to petifr. the facts or furnish the proof In any one of these chaw except the on herein -discussed. The public are entitled to the facts and the proof in the case of each separate charge. If the charge are true. Mr Beck I am not a proper person to hold the office of state school commission er If the charges are untrue. Mr. Beck and you are lending yourself through hck of informatloa or from other rea- to this attempt to drag- down use suredly yon an not worthy of the votes oT tn people. Therefore. I submit- the following In your charge No. 1 you accuse me -of obtaining the questions for the annual examination of teachers from a certain school thu giving advantage to the pupils of that school. I ask you. Mr. Beck to tell the public to what school you refer and upon what Cacti yon base this charge. In your charge No. I you accuse me of Illegally Issuing a state license to the pupils of a certain school In Georgia without examination and without authority. I ask you to me to the public the name of the school to which you refer and the facts upon which you base this charge. In your charge No. 4 you charge me with giving out examination Questions for a county school commissioner' examination before th day set for such am- Jnatlon. I ask yon to give to th public the name of the county and the date of the examination to which you refer and the facts upon which you base yils cMrg In your charge No. 5 you state that I borrowed as much as $2.000 from a cer tain bank upon the Indorsement of the agent of a book company thus placing myself under obligation to that company to an extent .that might warp my Judgment and Influence my action. I ask you. Mr. Beck to give to the public the name of the bank from which I borrowed the name of the agent of the book company who indorsed my paper and the name of the book company for whom be was agent and also the facts upon which this charge Is based. I am not angry with you Mr. Beck you did not originate these stories the man who stuffed them Into you lives In Atlanta. A man will tell a lie until be actually believes K and then be becomes a humorist. Mr. Beck your informant is a humorist I am aware of the fact that you are no alone in this effort to drag me down and that my other opponents are- thoroughly cooperating with you in spreading these stories broadcast through Georgia. I am not a prophet. Mr. Beck but I have listened for twenty-five years to the beatings of the great honest heart of the people of Georgia to very little purpose if such men and such methods are not thoroughly rebuked when the people voice their views on the subject at the election of June 5. To the people I want to say In conclusion this My life and my record are an open book. I have not one qualm of con- sclencp or of fear as to the result of any possible charge that can be brought against me and I solemnly engage with you now to promptly meet every suggestion of official misconduct ia rr1bel to me with positive proof .of its falsity. Very respectfully G. R GLENN Communicated. BECK Tff GLENN. Commissioner Glenn Jsked To Reply to the Charges Against Him. To the People of Georgia A week agr I published at et&td School Commission- er Glenn's request full and proof of one of the charges that I made against him to the effect at he had. In positive vlotetion of law. Issued a state license without examination and that the same was recalled upon the demand of a county board of education. Monday Dr. Glenn sweepingly denied the truth of all my evidence and promised within a few days to furnish the public with a statement wbloh would es tablish the absolute falsity of his own letter AS well as the official records of Fulton county. So far nothing from the doctor. That he may be reminded of his promise as well &a of the fact hat I have ample proof to establish all the charges I made against him. 1 beg to submit herewith documentary evidence in support . another one of my charges which Dr. Glenn denounces as "unqualifiedly false. and to suggest that while ho is In the business of "denying facts he might Just as well Include his answer to this and the other in one document. This Is suggested as there are proofs of ail the other charges to follow if Dr. Glenn insists upon them which proofs will probably daJjn all his spare time between now and the dat fixed for the primary Among the charges I made against State School Commissioner Glenn's oTfl: record was one to the effect that he had in open violation of law issued state licenses without examinations to graduates of a certain school In Georgia thus giving an unwarranted advantage to tills particular school. The school to which I referred was the Elam Alexander Nor- rrtal school a most excellent Institution by the way located at Macon . Dr. Glenn's old home. In support of this charge I publish without comment the following from a letter written by Professor D. Q. Abbott under whose supervision this school was at that time conducted "Athens < September 28 1903. "Two or three years ago I was allowed to give state licenses to the graduates of thfl Elam Alexander Non school without examination. Olgned "D. Q. ABBOTT. This Is charge number 2 -and Is proven beyond all doubt. I reaffirm that if the charges I made against Dr. Glenn's official conduct are true that he is utterly unworthy to hold the office and beg to renew my proposition to submit the evidence I have in support of all the charges made. to two gentlemen one appointed by myself and one appointed by Dr. Glenn and if these two gentlemen find my charges to be false then I will gladly retire from the race. If they find them to be true in order to get Dr. Glenn to open up the Investigation I will modify my former proposition to the extent that he may use his own pleasure about whether or not he will retire I insist that this is more than fair and trust that the doctor will now accede and w.v the publication of de tails which will be very unpleasant to hhn. and -which win Involve friends not Immediately concerned in this contest. A. J. BECK. Decatur . April 12. 1902. FREE BALM THIS WEEK A pcrftotlr faultless complexion gwmui- teed. 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C' as dat Be- cen'e. 1S9 Hom Has Been UorA- the ft : lays ills- note or. feeling deafness sosre the beet ebildcanuSet- do liter. x. eXITS. -4O 1WeZcnstrvt 4uatAG.I i .i nv' C AUit. un- I5.OO. be t. the o as he en- i'S th1 say Se ond. ap- n ohn exaciuz1azn tad ty. ef- Ii- -A ereco nosed i. aau the licence. ptomptly the matter up with Professor Fare be- cause I earnestly shouLd be friction anywhere istratlon school affairs state. the facts were siob. nutted PyofeueOr pexr tie promptly rendered and commuflica- tlon January 1 quoted 55 comirir from Wt. than addressed to Quinn. of th absolute office Poole. sndKjrflbtrlytheIl lnalOfltY 0 .05 warp us so ucation of Fulton county. invite Inspection documents 8n terested Fssle are all aoeegstble else. Again. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 13 Apr 1902, Sun,
  3. Page 7

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