Edward Callin - Public antics

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tbe o of pro- the re othea time Impos the the what has to place pub wrath had with power of be side of in In Brate, in and Morlarty $1300 Milfo'rd In for $1 to sold to Co. 41C in that cuspidor. ANARCHY Will Be Suppressed By Me 8AY8ED. CALLIN OF BOWLING QREEN Queer Character Rounded Up By Police--Thinks Ha Is Divinely Commissioned. Tbe police have a (jueer character locked up at the police station. It another of those sad cases in which young man of perhaps more than nary Intellect has lost his mind in thinking over one subject too much and Is now riding a hobby. The young man cavne here with street fakier "Montana Charley" and gives his name as Edward M. aged 26 years, of Bowling Green, county, this state. He bas been employed at Bentel Margedant's and boards at Mrs. place, 841 South Eighth street. ANAKCnVDISnoBBY. lie talks a great deal on anarchy education and the study of all through nature. Ills mind has evidently evidently been broken down under the strain of thinking constantly about anarchy and education until now, although a fairly good speaker, his thoughts expressed in words have become a perfect jumble of logic and foily. President McKlnley's assassination assassination is evidently the foundation his trouble or at least further weakened weakened his mind. Tuesday afternoon shortly before o'clock the young man walked into ihe probate court room and asked Judge Jones, and when told he was out he stepped outside and opened a conversation with John Coakley, court librarian. Coakley asked him a few questions and this furnished him with an to waste some eloquence. He started iff by stating that he had a divine commission from God to suppress anarchy ia this country. He talked wildly about the power of the Igno- ant classes In this country and of danger such a glorious country was HAD SORE THROAT. lie declared that he must not much and exhibited some medicine a bottle which he said "Montana Charey" gave him for throat trouble bring back bis voice. He told of how he had been winted In securing an education lad decided to become possessed of inowledge. Since studying nature 10 said he had found everything at overheads, that books told him hing and nature another. He said ·ven people misinformed him and by studying horses at borne he bad found tbat bis father knew nothing about them ana had misinformed ilso. He said he had attempted to mderstand Shakespeare but could and had given it up. Anarchy he said was the result Ills confusion of knowledge between books or men and nature and tbat nen when they found that they being injured by others sought to OVERTHROW Royernment and Injure others instead of pitying thoee who had harmed hem. One thing be said was good. (He aid tbat parent* taught children to car tbe dark and then at time* o compel them to go out, in the after something. He said this was wrong, Quite a large group stood and ned to his lecture. When questioned le said be was from Ohin and was all he would tell at this time. .Ater, however, be said he was Wood county and Howling Green, He Is a small, slender man of :onipleilon and seems weak physical- y. He says he will publish his fo3 ami suppress anarchy. When arrested arrested he protested that he was ;razy.

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  1. Butler County Democrat,
  2. 17 Oct 1901, Thu,
  3. Page 12

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