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February 22, 1927

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ISIMMORTAL, council chamber, jit- ouRht always to bp ^an titin to the yoiinK peonJe iintry to •Jcnow that from ydmh Wa-shinRton showed pqsi.tion to iiiake.ttje most o Address Is JMa^eta iPeopIe Of America Fpl ojwinff llesolution Passed By Con jrt ss Two Yearp \ Ago ,1///. F< l\<nr Amrr. iii-'i i !;ly of will (•••ifhra I ;iin ' \V;ish|lli;I<i lili '-nv. i|liiy • iH;iy IK- 1)V 1 IIIIJ-'S 111' lis, fHk ri-.in i" ;iil )ii wiuiij nr.il'"-, ji li'-ri- liiiiH-r III - .••luHlij ly liiiMiiiiri'lH I'r'llii; /;; tUii- ^;J^)li)l ; <ii ii.iiii'- ilH ' lit liV iil^ l(i-I>,iilili. I iiiali-:ili|i,j (.M '/i.ij;il)i )ll>i to )ii< iimiMiil lii |iiiiir III iwliii l'"iilii^-l oiiijriiiiiiir In !r<-<-(i!iiiitii!iii nf i-iiiiliK y . iiiiljtiiiy i ->.t;il|ii.'-lic ^liiiiilil to rQh IM-I <• !li it 1 :i. I< •III •I 111 { w I ii^li • I liiili <-iii by In- hil h \ •y. hi- 111 ttiis 401I11I1H ilr:in two y.-ars I pcjrtiiniiies. 'strioiiH—a Utisirable. if 1 1 in He \\|us diliRtntly in- niostj admfra ile .and seemlnKly un ntercst- k. trait'. His fathi*r. who had been 'h:i iiaiy. ill .Sll! I Wl) llUIl- it) liirtli of VVlK-r.viT 'vif oidi-rfil iilii III I III-1 ail !;\llllOllt;lll'" y\ lii'liii; ii iif a Ki'-a' |.il|iu'.-il IIMI till- .•<tiil<'- .iiiH-iiKiry. lyltiK IIIH'. Illlti'lli'llil- ; • I and ili>- Ills siai<-.><-, liy bcKill ' I ! tin- iiii c: hoiil tii<- ^ili] 11 III : »*<jii<a!e<l. in Knslanjd; died \\ did. J}is^ educational was II years d bm moderate vJntaKf's.-' There wjert* no f|reat in- ri-tntives to learnini; '.2. and the faeil knowledge we T«e boy miKht wel III very little JKI ^'.•i|«<'r mind and bim to aeiiiiii'je orniation de.s^iiti IrroiindinK' bini. flix forninl ."irhoolinc. a raihi-r iiriniiiive ipspira of the earlle-si a dis- phen hi^ mother —the present route of a great barke cana,]. vi.«ion ton in in VirKinia in tie.s for: acqniri 1+ still .iiieaKer ;have sVown nj u-ation; but hi; i^diiiniiable wil learning nn< )))<• liandlr-ap: wlileh Wfi i-haraclerl (I III the aKi fXcrrlHi- liDokij ': rhnlutll inn Ills, and liki- il(| I.''' Iiad dfyol, II- III .ibiil brain wiiH pri-pifrlijK ii-lii'iil IIIIMIIK'SS r<- :ii )ai ''jl«striiillot ijijoii Wan Jiisi III Iias-ijrl a'jiiilll am: lesol ,111}; !i iKjiniiii-^fiioii. ni-iiil id liavi|- Ibis adi ross inade In ilie .V^iii-iiilin poplt- reiiiiiidiuK IIK-IM 111 j'lii- r<-i(.siin : nil nirixisi- for lidliliim Mil- i-iiiiiiiii; n-ii- f^aiioii. I.t • was aisii.idn-^iili-ii-d bat now wmtli'l I.- .Ill apiiroiii'iati' iine to iiitorm 111- iiuliljt- that this -oiii iVi.ssion dc- >iri-- lii_ ii'n-i'ii' s! f;;;(-^lions ion- •< < ' riiilii; pjaiis I'or lit- 111aiion ami In J-xprt- !h<- Sialji-s and tht-i ilivi~ioii>| miller -t I heir uiiTi-t iinrs anij loi lies wiiiild 'soon ajrani<- tor ap- poiiiniii;, coiiHiiissioiis ai d toiiinift- lt«-s ID fornyil|ite p^OKr;; tb itidi! wliiijb! waK di- (he iipi-ratioii wiihj iiienl; \yii<-h 5li<- pi iiiatnreil, ibiry ai-tive siipp^iri r.iiKi|"iiis iiifii 1-1 Vll 1 inns a lion ;ni-ial. lai slioii (if. I utiiini d l"ra •in;: a>:ii(-i|lltiral and Tijadi.' ass/lfi- •iti fitbt -l- nil ill i i-liar; '•'<-V and tiviii'fs wiiii ti'oiiaj life, j . I It •!;- i;|fai.iy (ii.loi fit lh<- 'stiiii!»-s pur.- iiiportanci ary. mole i•"! jConKress j establish- -i'f • idiii>; when<-vi-r i^s pi-rinilti-d. a^id rrespoiideni-e. IWhen n; he In pfOpos.-<l ct-le- tli - liiipi" thai pii iiieal siib- <|ir<-i:tion nf i1 antbiiii- nis for coal Cov.-rn- leKin to be; the; tional mid] the many 1 oi-panl/.a- reib- ins (I t-ijibrace due ^. oq v--st JKaiioiis Iliad - a ]H<iiii|il-i'li>rns vr ii:u\< iiiiiK- <iiniiili-ii- <-iii!< : iiini-nii. tjif iiiitl. ati^ .•ill that is I'hiirai-d- ran lite liiay ))i- s'l-i" Hi- I 'spi'ijd-d lliat h< li<i| ,i.-l neroiis a<-- v.f iinr ,na- ij that oil! ^tjd the in- bi'oa'l and i^iil jiy bis (liiiiiiryijiiirii. ai -a 'l iiiji- « li'i-ii III ri-pf.ii:is ill iliij.- piilili u-ilh illie 111. 1/natinli • I .ipli-l-:- .|-.-sl(l(i-ll ill I ar.\ <ii.ir;ii;li-r -pull!-' til' till- • iiiilv wiir-^liiii liM nii'iiiiii , hfi- lit'-.' v.-i-ni nt 1' iii|< i-.-i-.'llv .-Ki-'issibli ^1 \i I.Ui-lIt l'i.i:|i.s-. nil i-iii'|il' IJi. liavfi- bi-i- liim. :!ii li-i iptatii Mimm III rrpi-i-se lii-rnl( .liulll-- ininii Iii-> I hat Ibif real I I III' liiilnati Ijii itm rri:(l,-^ .tfid l'|;ijfffa)»»iis- all imirials. jiis' bc'ii Mriiri'd .-.IMI f6iK<ilti' 1. !';ii;il biiii in (hi'-: cb: rui'i'l'-'l '.'» ills thi wliiib 111 shaH aSl II- .1 •" iir^ 111 I I a', I-I' I TSl ipri 11 I « ti 111 It isro laii nil 1.!. Hi« .^jp.y still in t^tM ii.s of blllii, re fi-iimeniM. show d I'oiiiiiderabli of bis slitdlesl hIniM'lf to b IliaII. W.lii'u hi ndi'd. hi.x edii liinlni:. It con lli^ii'i-d up to bis ili-alb. Iieri'inhi . ITIifi, If evi-r HJi-re was a self ill' man. it was «;>'orK»- WaithlnR I. ThnitiKh all^ jlils later year was (•i>ii.''lanllv :iiisorbinK I nowl [t'e fi-i)tii eonUii i; with nien, fron^ time and faclll froni ai wid Because of hiii husineLis he joined with <5eneraliClin- the purchase of C.f'OO a<ii es nearijirtica. • \ I Td Washington, jihe man of : f- fiiir.H, Sve owe our {national hanl:H. for ba<l he followed the advlcej of othe,r leaders, Rreal but less «n- liffb^ienetl on nrnttets of finance, t le ad-i plants of Alexander,; Ilamiltoh wot Id notihave been realised. As a rejiiilt of jiie war the country was dee) ly in (l,i?bl. and had np credit: but t le solution of our fintincial diffici 11 tie.H jjSUKgesteil by the first Sect e- t^ryjiof the Treasury was oppos'd by those from rural coninuintii. s. j They j^rRued thati the.larKe com-.. Iipeniial ci(ief< woiild doininatn to* it)ie detriment of other parts of I le i couiitry. Both ,lefferson. Secret a-y I oft $ti|tc, and Kahdolph. Attorn >y (i^n inii.-'ln writinK opjiosed thi' in- ciJTi iirntlon by CeinRresH of a nii-i tliinil hank. They were jidned ly I Mtiillsoil and .Monroe. ,)|| arRii -d ' laiiainsl 111-- consiltulionfilUy of lljls lirop<)Mltlon. Ilainilion Tlnswer-d ,thi'l»- arKiinKntK fii^ly In his famo is 'iipfiihin. Ittii. bail llie ITesldent not , , been 11 niiin of a'ffalrH, had he,n!otl i been foi\ maby ycnis a lartti' holder] :of tjiock In the Hiink of Knglntid.! <-<imlnK fioiii ,tbi' islal'- of Daniel I'orke CIISHH, he miuhl have yield-:\ ed ib the nppitsition. iJecaiise jie | jknew HonietlilnR aboiil baiik ib--; :<-(iutits and bank credits the bjll jwasjisiRned and the foundation jof oiirjifinancial sy.sleni laid. I •ame a surveyo lor four yejir.s eartjed a jlivini j^ank of foluinbia miu-h .ex'iii-rieiii'e in that call .MihoiiRh ij'ohsiderable ha}i en .written aboiil it. not i man. ople think of oiir firs/ IPresiden an acriculturjftl. lie prepare^ treatise on thi.sj siibjei't. Thps 10 bav.' studied ibis phase of hi|i )i'<i!..|is he was probably th 1st .s'tii'TPssful owner and directo: .-in acriculiiival esiate in his dav visitor in IT.S.'i declared "W'a.shj iitoii's i.'ri'a<('-si pride was to h oiiKb.iMbe first farmer in .-Xmei Toward the end of his life b| wjrole:- I am k'll to . reflect liow much nioro delicbtfiil to an un- dcliaiU'hed mind 'is the (ask of making improvements on the e;ir'h than nil the vain- clory which <-an be acqtaired from lavacinR it by liie Inosf iinin- rriipted earner of cnnntlests." ! Wf^jishinpton ih'oliji'r in the -was Bank also a sloe of Alexandria at !K--. i; [fieoi-Retown. In his last will a(id Jlest^ament be directed that siii-h i I moneys as should be derived from j ifbeiisale of his estate diirinR- i lifelime of Mrs. Washinpton shniild ' be jinvested for her in Rood bank stocks. j After bis retireihent from thv r'i«.'iidc'n<y in .March. IT'JT, Wajli- i ing'toii spent more ,t ban t wo an«| I half happy years at .Mount Veru In his last siiuimer-h-. made jonf.^ of the iilost .reniiirkablt . ments of its kind of \khich we hilve a m. wjili. do <u- a preal aft"e<tioh ii. I Me_ increas(|d roin 2.500 to ovri I'MaAiliiiK and-a (,| Ii(i< u' of Wash- » ills I'l-latiou. to ; 1 islii iif .•\un'|ri- ir-'d ill \yasi|o won i) 111- iileal- !llis livioR fV" scanty ss; I'liiipled •iarly biuK- ii'.r liiiaKiii ^licil iiii re- 1 i|i'?.ii-e III *|ie lail'i 111 ,' lull ' W • •• Vbil- "ip •• linlarly -.i-id iUi'ii abiiiil tS. Ill 'l 'tl ^Tll ijili) . as an •111 siipi-ria Jiiiioir.; ineri. Cli-il; to tbi- i-ommon to '(1 iiiiicb 'iib- iVbi-n Wl- ri'- er and have a-iin-lit with H'- always lia<l Mount Verno and holdines jiiilii iicres. :'..2i,Ui |of 'which he bald iibr cultivation .af one time. ' Mis estate was I manaRed in la oroitRbly )iiislnes(;like ' fa.sbiofi. kept a very car^'ful set of ai} Hint books for'il. a.s'he did for b jiSoyed. v.-hat croik bad been rac .i'l • HI' ilie t hi-f iiore ;im<{i pSOblems. we revi-ri- bis trine Rn-aines.-^. >J iv~l'-r.if stirVoiiiids ^ri'lii'd on' miracles. : iiian epilowi'd wiih! i-alb'il iiini-<iliiiiion with lit'b'ss indiif iiii far'] lakiits inf with: a ^liiidjable i^ iit\ller-;land tli liniver:-::U iiiankinij. . W'a-^hiiis;*'!!! vknown jo tlie sivily af<: lb ;M-ciiinpai|iii^ii lii'ditjionjijif ( iniiliarid'-r i| i -terjial bii; r'll trv. iniii her enterprises 'I'l -kl.v sl.-itemei: iw i-acb labor I or Rathered. nl I'l'ports wenKsent replied in h Overseers ma< (s showiiu r bad bei- 1 juii en While plan .-\Rain he showeil his verj ilisiiosinfil of Iris m^ny :»!- ' re<;ord. tiliiy.;_ in properties under a variety of iiuesis and conditions without le adyice. It has been called an au(to biORraphic will—it shows in manifold provisions his cliaritalile itbiiURbtfulness for bis depeqdeits ! and , bis solicitude for the fut ir« welfare of bis country. As President he was always an exponent of .sound and honest p ih- iship made his political ideas tens -ly practi(!a|.. i.jil > WiihinRton's Atlantic-Missisjiip- _ I pi wdiertvay plan was n'ever tried put. liut his advocacy o licfihance. He hdvocaK-d tht'piy-; niehi of our debts in full to hold-rs of :record, and the ussuniplion by lh«i .N'ation of the debts incurred by tlUi various .States to carry on be Kuvolution. His support of financial inteRrity. b.-cause it was mjir- ally rlRht. streuuthened the InSon. Its wit 1^0 preyehtinR a break in the rnjon.'i whi<-H .\orth lit doubt had much to do y (far-; ill' ilb I threatened serious co quendes. The people of west shutfoff from the east by mountains. I had nn outlet to the sea other than the frolJiriR levied he .was alji- lo him. ai: nc lett<-rs -of riii-lion. di-jpla.vini; 'wonderful with de ' iliaritv Willi de alls. |Ie was oi Ihi' first c(iri .i 'irls to the bencfl -lii-ntiflc li-i^i |-/ali(ili and to II e ilaihil) (if i-rop.s. for that piirpo! i tables <'ovi-rlr lie overlookild II e •rstand and Nil Rreai 'iij never he -was a wl ai has been c<i4nHin sense. \iilii, a lal- pains. and Uiriibli'tiis of liini ID even biyiai 11)1(1. Hii is iJiil; iif the iiiir lit take'liiijh AlUllllic *^lv i-ni: ' of life yiiiltb elli'i- of I Inns \t ti-m.-ion •Wlli'lll; pendi'B liubllc ;AVe- neij- rid 1 tirinij- Wl^OURl «'U,r.? a we iTo iiy •ni zeti ffi Red A ;s nd Wl w lb I»I1 a I le i) 1 BO ler tha valiuibli ed folates, s are to In 'onimands «i We are in the 01 a valiia.b .(o. maliirif iMiinRton lorthv of li*ich n jin i( has 1 share in r-rned . ft-f>4l le won am lid so mue dilieent and 'iinWei ^stainfitiC .._.--Ii.,|lt,ij of rov'cr j cut. but wH wile nral-tic.sj lieVond this eiodueiitly cxlpouaded; and con inie til be ilnjosi i-xi'ln- c<)l(inel who (irljiinate ^'X- d(|ock as the (he Conti• llevolution- Presid.-nt of as| the m.'is- !a*<- at Mount aliliic i-liibiirat •i--ve)ir le-riiidH. 1 detiill ill I 'arryinu mi bis far inrdlnr (n the inai-llee of tlioii lys. Ill ndiieiu!: nil Ille tin-niisi s t^iiivi 1)1' 'li • tbin'.;s needed Iher en >n vl'i.'.s ami ti'Vllles, III' 1 e'l)... ,i..:iv venil of lijs fields if,..-i:,. ..i.iij efeii reiiiiivi-d bis cn, 'i l)"'i>i-dtbls iiM-n in th" work I" d.-iv. '. Ileialso shewed his biisiue-^s abill- y by the skillfill way in which 1 !;in;ii:ed the i-(in-;ider.-ili!'- (•-^'a! •ft Jo bis two stelicliildnen by th" itber. Po siiixfi-^sfiillv w:«s thS tone thai .Idbirl'arke fiistlis bl ime. at the aj-'e of 21 Ibe richej^l \|oiinR man in' the Old Iloijiiniop. russiuR tells us that .MJirthb Ciis- s was advised to get the ablest lan ill the colony to nuinaRe h .'r •itate and to pay him aiiy salary itliin reason. And be acids: "That he chose wisely in marryiuR Iju oiinu colonel, and col ihe b.-sl ol Rooi! liarRain. is the npinion jol jiiany." barf ( public : Virfiinia the jiinf ienerail Hr.-| T • iin ellii m-nti'l .iijiiiv diirint tb ary Wai-.-as the |ir the rniji'd Stal(•s^an< ter iif tliij' bfaiitifui es •Veriirjn.l I This Rifner il j 'stimatt'is lias..|| tola Inrpe exten oh the com- j iii.-iiiil Iw- lu''Id in hinu thejiublic office lie ; peaiV.. lA recital of hi p.'itijoiit-m. bis loyalty bis -tclr-satirifice, Mf kiiiK. Will »lway$ aroi| inai jriji. ani| inspire, everyone who loves .\otliin2 call detract I 'll plac,e wihich tjhisr In ii tbi said to liavi ill Ibe first U-ifm of our ^ fsiii-ialion bei-n ihu inovinR spirit phins for the orRan za- piiblic' lanils. (Its with lite West St lined in the perlorl may 17-111-1 wiien be assisli-d bis brother, I,iw i n-lice. in his various business i terprises. amouR them Ibe ( .jcnmpany, which harl :i Rrani I ,.ir .iiii.iiiMi acres of land on the < jsiile of Hie (lliio Kiv^'f. The Pre ibaviUR clriven out the early Uri isi-fllirs who had slaried a mi H-'l. r.. I • •iKl.llf-Il«-ll llic- I ni This practical business abl ity and interest in broad and Rem ral i aftairs'iuade him' ofie of the f rst jtoj reaii/.e that the future of; lu •j'i _ (American Kiiipirc- jay in the reRl ins j_ I beyond the .MleRhenies In the le ri- ":to'i-y of the Ohio and Ihe .Missis.'ipr 1 pi; -5 Itccause fif ibis belief. lie| Is nierci point lion il sion^ la hi starl Hon This WiL-jh plan Thii [lississlppi, and Spain, the mouth of thl:s ri heavy .trib'tite on all c pas.>JinR IhrotiRb it. IH; d at 'the inability of Ihe novernment to Ret coin from Spain, ilu-y. in ITSI. lied a sejiarate StaK eVr neRotiiilions for an assol wiin {action nRton I he vnnlakes 11 iv-.lle bii hen ;on-; .•eri >in- ap- i.\a-: es-| es-- ;ind' :ia-: that JoreiRti cotinjiry. was rescinded a Iter pill forth his water |inowl(|dRe. In proportion lib- structure of a Rovern-j lent Rivf's force to public pillion. il|is essential that pub- c ipinion shquld be enliRbt- m-ijl." Ijlejilesired bis .system of educ > 1^ be tborouRhly American ajid se-;itio rn-!thf|roiiRhly national. It; was to siJp faroliila. now Tenneske-j' poh tib - people In a khowIedRe th« ir iriRbts. ill the creation of re] iiblican spirit, and in the maijn let an -<- of the' L'nion. 1 1 >vas with the same dear visibn ( lie looked upon ridiRion. FJor »<boiild have been spni^stble liji larui- measure for o|if-nl IK of the West and for iUR lallentidn to Ibe coinmeri-ial e count ry miRht del hpve thei^efrom ts by no means the I factions to i-moniirateil that the .\a those •n- 1 •'• ojir resources, win where I'iltsbiirRh now stands. ISin- WashinRton. al t*ie age of 21, vol leered to head an expedition for I recov.-ry. • The co;iiprehensivc i. jport'of this younR man was conjiid- " ered of enotiRh iinportaii^-e to sent 4rom London to all Ihe Eij Iieiin capitals, by inp flreat Ilrilain in makinR upon Fran<-e. In ITfi.l he orpan llie .Mississippi Company to the place of the Ohio f'ompiny. which was one of Ijie casualties lind" lumber operations south of Norfolk, was handled efficiently by, .VashiURIon • for five years suhse-; ? luent to IT'i:!. In addition to his j a: the Mfpslern IViin.sylvania. Jn Kenlii|-ky, lid in the .Northwest Territory Havins a vision of what the \Vest alonR aRrit-iiltural. commercial. Indils rial lines or in any other ill asl i"f en leavor, are i -i'itit|ed to th< icli Priiial. rather than the censuri ish j'beir countrymen, dri , Wafthlnpton was a buildi creator. He I Has eonstanily- warnipK its ! countrymen of the danper of re-|llinp iiroblenis in accordance sectitnal interests. His idea^ reparli to the openinp of our «i be ro-i ern Kar zed ttike of thi' war. He applied for ji pram I of l .noo.unn acres of land, tholiRh jf"'''I'''M- influenced in no small de- hil-did not receive it. Hut he niade Pree Jliy his vision of the cotni i< lij.s own investments .so that in the'fia' ijossihiUties of this locality It He was euBased in many busi- '^j'"'''"''' "'' property attaijhed 1i''nn of the walerivay [less enterprises. That of the His- ''j' ''ind wl'stern l .-)ndsi'!' "'v We-'^t; Ihrouph the I'otoijinc, mil .Swamp. comprisinR dniinape i »i »l>raiKed a: over .Jli o.OOO operations sniitli nf .the Ohio. H.- bad a 11 national- tWind. ; bis se-;- ^ •vith ivay re- the all- ad- •ive asi ' jioii. MM- her mil ' Id ap- nf iht{ hii till (-r.| St: i-li of ri'ij 111: III 1 Ijieri lali.-^m. niort lie. e fa OR was little ill il of en lie placed it on a fir n-1 s»-cure foundation, a id the benefits which w-ould i |o bis' i-oiintry as Ihe resii Is lb ill spiritual tbiURs. e^sentiall man. • fore hin Havinp il he altac enerpy; • ence.. I I When J'aJrick 177-1 whojn hfi preatesi Iconpress. ( "If y lina, is tor; bii inforimition ment. iinqne.siionably manl'oti thinps to pass Henh' was aski^d in thouRht was i. the in the fontinental man Jie t|epli<d: :iu speak of eloquence. .Mr. Rujlledgie. oi South Caro^y fq if .'olotiel tha r th' ? greatest ora- «peak of solid sound juilg- ^'ashinKton: is, the greatest' hr." ' • ou and: flo His acuonipljshnjents were great because marked I lime, con! I mate triiij I study his j letters, h ' we come , his wisdom, efficiency ficiency faith, em ihasiking of Ihe spirituut H :i social' eft icien.j-y 1 teresi in ils fiillow ' ri-ali-/.atio i of jb< I of. a peo lie iJnitei equality" : nd ijreed^iin. the buHiness ' elfldency of in lhe'.own){r an'd inj gov ad untr .- tbH the h , properllei f ency of I who takiijg aii Ijem mad i of a lead • tions of ffie g< pie. H. lafe potillical ' able scheme knew th, ' permaneii Ireme.s. always I .Milion, i in a fre ' public--rejisoh.! ! Hurke: th ' what is ! It is a ' he surroi {Washingl portant Jeffers'on utmost d ment and ilton. of is pellijig |inph dailv » H Of in ejery IK I of tl: lifel t diafiesr. o realize iis bull an t m it nperj r al le-ti llindeistoi iheo of rrhe ho ; nat ion an M ".Meh caii fficiency which act and a sub- f^ith in the ulti- e right. As wc as we reail his lis Slate piijiers more anil; more Energy,, and his the moral ef- biding reliKloiis tlie importance de of man, th* sfiown by his in- luen; and in bis, ilierent stceiiRih by a sense of n of affairs, of imager of; laiR< rnuiehtal effici- f a new nation led political sys- siKrcessfiilly adapt I he: relii verii^nenl to the pen (1 Jiow to trans- .v into a work- jjoverninent. ' llf accomplish , no I ^c^od IfY going ti> ex- of reason must law not, rl-asonable." Imarl nils i >n p ;)osit with gred of S of hints acei ons hi of atesj Itheo by cdrriei) I aVe natiotiar$ove vocate governor iheory kVGUld what has! ful expe|imeit proptir the bislo|y of lof i It lis d le t( guard th - { individua I tutiom w that' we gpverbmei the his soyere the Fedetal ( iii/.)-i| He. t le in lUl. |i "-i- . _ .. t-rritory were thoiipbt nut , way of justify-! marily.for the benefit of the iV 'ai ion. It|ha ; been said that he would 1 avr been 'the greatest man in Ame -lea had here been no Kevijliilioi arv \Var.'^ He was larpely instrumental in selec inp the site for our .\alijinal 14 itiin [ -a ong •"i" Vlonongahela. and the rf)bio Oreat kanawba in ' R'^'«'>'iS. which he used to speal: of Riverp. as "the channel of commerei |o 'the ektenKive and valuable trad' of a rising Kmpire." He. of coi rse. not forsee the developrient and boldJURs, wiselv chosen, the njeant in Ihe future prosperity of !«•""•'', •ise in value of wliicb accounted t"*' "ew Kepublic. WashinRtoi in}"' r.n^ilway transportation and Bn no small deyr.'e lor bis fortune. Ii'''^+ journeyed out into the wSlds. t ^'•'""t WasbiiiRion participated in a nuin-'I''« 'I'^y of the trip is filled kvith lier ol-real.i-staie and transporta- M""-'''-''' entliusia.sm over| the of war and |!.ii.n ^nmpahies^. As a privafi' citi- 1 IX'SJ'ibiliHes of that repion. id in time oflzeii be was-consraiitly on thii out-j'>f^''i. who has made a study cbin-ape and/Innk for sound investments arid for in.ii'devot'ion./ ways to increjiM- bis capitaj. In ^Inl- f )t it. calls' bim our first'expansionist tlii- oricinalor of the idea of purclia.se of frontier lauds and ,•'<i>«'Sing 'lie West Ihrouph cottimer- f-eiusal to il - 111 , se the imac- !5ii the promotion of plans for tbeMial relatinns. bo sopi 'o( iiuildfuR up - and develf(pni<-nt of i (flea, i.ns-ini-t ;.ni-w pans of the cqunin- he was' ajiithor writes. :iperf(iruiinR important. |iiiblic serv--y^l^'oeaiy of it marksi bim s^n iee. ' : first • I nuinuT-ial .-V^uerican oneer i V"*! |iis country im tjie exalt cord entitle! a>j .-in appeal \Vliicti tiiibly ibe peopi Niit 'many oil called on (o tb bold hiRbi all riijcessar llniiryi affair ij-XlinipIe fn; ^be jexiieri- llies^' dlrei'- vei the the ore iil- lenefits -iiide- the fi-ee Ue: tti e»j(ahlisb |nmt>rehensinn' f th<i crealj of rov'crnnlieni: which Inj lir. Albert Hushnell Hari^ ,li<!.i first man It w,as a p with {Renins, and [\Vashin|;ton"s the the ivpica! .of lib- AnLerica tinpuisbed historian, and ti mem bi-i- of our coniini.ssion. I says; ••Wasliinctoii has :bi'<n -rrill- • i-izeil fur biiyliip up land war• laiits and lioldinp- oil to his title ill (he face (if s(|iiatters. .\cliially liiii .\meri(-iin has ever dope so iiiiicb to open up vast tracts of: land, first tinder the liritish liiid ' tlK'ti iitidi-r the . tii.-it was In be." Hue .to his iivest-' Anierlcaij flap, f Ihe boniij of mil. <.:an farmV-rs." lied tij become ions of .-Xiberi- • Hjents. ;ie. became the jiresldi nl of ijie .tames lUver Conipany aid of tb'- Potomac Uiver ^'ompan; , or- iriiiiizeil-in 17Sr> to look into Ihi poB- sibilliy of oliening navjpation thru li) the West. To Ihe Potomac Com- ,piiiiy, which involveil the fIn t in- V-terstate i-omiiien-e nepotlutin is lit he devoted four veiirH Il has been thouRht thjit ibes(> iiecoliatlohs, enlereii liitrt l)y Wasbinpton led lip almost tW- I 'his count ry, I Of service. -pos- inp this i"^*"^*''P'"''"'- I's adoption was due in np .small degree to the enplnper-• ?rt fbresipht and executive ah shall also .^i advantape Iij jtribiition of thesv, bounties ' were -cord, jalreaijv iton forced I the Hrilisb_ Oovernment ilo pive to jihe V'irpini;i vererans of III.. Krench and Indian wars the :.vn>./)(i() acres of weslerti . lands nrniuised Ijiy the Ooveriior of that folony. nia manapenient and dis- carried out ip an eminently efficient land saliafjiclory manner; He ac- I ! Afl.cr i:: vears of iffon Wa.shinp- J t^eclly to'the calling of the rhnctij tkttlonal Convention. They r^vealj <|il i-learly the difficulty iindir thi? Articles o^ Confederation of a rcom|, iiytbinp involving th. • weir 1 the .States, and slotved of a more strongly Ability as lijishing a., ijare of ai\ Ijhe need ti-alized rlational government husji ness man was ^trong sijppqrt 'of his statesman has had a mapnificent plah i>f ofWashington. Rv 10.12 we s iijll have made much nrocress tov ard ting the (deal city planneiJ hv him iki the closing da.vs of the e^ph- feeni f century. W.-t^hington had the nhiht} ^to lal ' II o t- translate ideals affaljs of life. In what he-believed ccjntrlbute. the Ijetterment o^i evei|y-day e ence. into the praci I He wt^s intered il that relipion was in Isuppbrt of free instilutioi^s.. bis Farewell '.-Uldress he said Of all the dispositions and lliubits which lead to polllica: {irnHperlty. relipinn and moral ;y iai-e indispensable supports n Vain would that man :clain III- iriliiiii" of patriotism win hiiiild labor to subvert thesi |;ri-ii! plllar.-i of biinian happi lesfi . the.se firiuesi > props 111 bel diil|i.-M of men and, citizens rinl- iiii-re politician, eqiialh 'Vli)i th:i jpiiiiis man, oupbt.ti •es'|iei't and to cherish themj volnnp! could not trace al lintr <-(inneiiions with privat(| iiid public ri-li<'!ty. t.i-t Ji sim ily' be i!-;ked. Where (s the se iiiii'iy f(i • properly. - for repu at ion. lor life, if the sense o lipioim oblipution desert thif lallis lie ihstru the ocean-Roinc vessels, bee; iijse of which the; seat of our Oov-rn- nit^nt jbecame separated from ai tiie-' contact with commerci? and wlis' left in develop as the cultural arid inlell H-Jual center of the Xai |o^.: sjehins hat* filled the farth. I^e It: Due 10 the penius of T/Enfant. the biyjo-^ recopnized abroad as' ereaf eneineer. this city from the preatest' man of oiiif own or wliicb are I iieiii.'^ of investipa.tioh in court .f juHtic.e'.' And le. us with aiitiiin indnlpe the 4uppositioi)' ha;; i^iiiraliiy can be| maintain d wiiliout relipion. 1 "Whatever may be conceder o Ihe influence of refined ed ication on minds of iieciilia^ Nirui'-liire. reason- and experi ence botli forbid us to expeci \liat national morality can pre •iai.l in exclusion of relipion; iiVincinleJ It is substantiallj true I luil| virtue or morality iJj a neeessary sprins of popula government. The rule indeeil extends 'with more or less forci} |io everj- spe<-tes of free govern liiii-nt. Who that is a sincerij • irii-nds lii it <-an look with in i^liff.-rence upon attempts id *b,ike the foundation • of thij (iihric? jvillioiit, hipotry. without intoli-r- ant-e. he appeals to the high(>st spiritual niifure of mankind. lers vital! e.\istelic« Such if performing I life. .\s ton. of extraonli Jlles wlii youth ail [e aijipliel. He followed ;lecla|reil "' • * law bath ever been [i: be aRieed with liave no right to the to bn i&i th biairitain to Aur ilontinued n.itional the] bac ;groumi of a man le odinaiy duties of t^'as ;;eoige Washing- he performed them y well. The juinci- aili pled in his. early iriaint lined thnriigbout it <j[nir.s|e iiari b h he great niaii thai •If by great men in the most iiu- in his Cabinet, advocacy of tlii local self-govern- right, and Ham- ies of a strong wlAise ' tovehunijiit led hiih to ad- t^e ^ppoijitineut of State 'resident. Kit her he extreme soon ught disaster to proved l|he most sni-cess- libcrty under tal restraint in korld. memory that wej —gn rights lof the States under our Consti-! •- ^' 'same sniicltiidi the authority of! overliment in all mat-| acier. It w ing that he leadership hie cause, long perioi defeat, and conclusion, others he ing. With ,, further iand remember , , a successfii 1; Covernhii-nt which he di I |id much In jadi-iince of • a 1 to briiig' into being not oiily did aw" that j ,var was com-not faitef when he retirejrUfi^oni its .._„ Ian army tihat was never administration. large and uonstantly shifting, pooi - j every dssault, ly supporud by a confederation ir|-: grown stronger Avfth thje : passage experienced of a goveri] over the at ommandeil by one of t of govern enormous (-redit, repfesentirig tai-y power] As -an extending from the in Chief of holds a po.slilion tbiit the liistnryl of waff: iii -viir modes iviven-il, ri :li. • bi­ as becausp was able ofi an I a!h: cany !ii of disi-ouiagement bring It tjo of this traini tb assume th ost inipossij- ioin through }i f this g.rea*t .man But wl ei iwe go ineffii-ient and tackin in almost iJll the (-Ksential element^ : t<> by HO|We. Buigoynf Clinton, aiiiil c "ornj»a|lis. supporfe 1 1 kiiown. ive can judge tie most ments. I revenijes of rhelwi; xainple of iver Hiege a I s« o'f fall of Voiktown.i tlti the Continental .\r:iiii il;iy irf-ineii|i.(iiis t;iskl ri-ivolulinii to the! d;i eqiliil moiUsI.V llej si i-iMuniissioij to llif rji-pi'eseut;itiv<|s iColouii of. the llllli-peliiierit irtiiniplied ;over ai pi ople luiipht of l,hi-ir pljir.'. kiiow'.edRi'i. no jvii years. iWasbiiiRJoii has ify the Alueriiiiii. pi-esiileil oier I llej ci framed o ir Const c< wi'ight of lis preiit Ji:ime was deciding fjn:tor ailopliiiii b stilts coiildj in 11 povcrished-i eayions • tbeiii nii ;ant to Coljoi ^iUs il : hostile, ahi j orderly federation undejr the atitjiority of a rtjntral go'veriiment, we some estimate'!of the in time meet and been fount] iibe needs of utarly 120.- meiit. he ,Was victorious U')"».000 pe<)ple occupyiij inies of seasoned irpopt: I'intinent; iand cohstiju^ijjg the i greatest jiower the wor!^ jias ever something ndne-is of table and .soli 11 of the breadth and son lo.ssessed if- '>•-•« statesmanship. arid ample' We hafe t<een many soj he first mil - i have. lef| behind them ri,i. tlie memory of their coi| among ajl the victors to estubiisit among a a fcirin of self-g| geueralshi|) ries of yea: toston to iliji Cummandi }n unrivaled ijn lie nevi ij'alli-reii Iroil ly unilertoafc nf leading y when wit rrendi-rnd hils IS i , Ir!. which .shown tli. Will 11 in tby who had ai lor tor me t,o persoi jlepublic. Ife nvention tbi t tuiion. Tl test of fxpv endure' wasi upon Washington aiiTl \t alone. .Many others hav to desinjy. lie was ab sfriii-i. ' 'rhat he had ai}oBnd iu;ili.v pn-itt minds doe tract fi-oin bi.t glory. H direct ing! spirit there would have beep penilence. ho l'nion. no I'l, lirjii. anil III) Uepiibllc. were lhe< ttjays of truth for i-ternil.v. His Influetl vliis stall re. increases wfe'lli i the in- I'l-easiiiR years.- In wisdlom of .action, in ! purity of <:bafacter, stands alVme. We can ni III securinp '• the Sltatl -s. Thcuf nf- never :h:i ed had il pot iu-i-n r| he would be. th.-! f e been seCii •cognized tb: r:;t President. male biiti. : We can only Jintlicate our revereni-e for bim iiid thank the Divine I'roviik'iice \fh(ich sept hiiiktu serve and inspire jhis fellow men. I • i -i-For i prompt result^ I Classified Columns. Every New tfie Pa. tient's Comfort Furniiuiie. Fixtures and Ebuipmen^ Throaghoiit Private 'Rooms.' Djouble Rooms, Seldom ness. None RATES caii form Idence: of adeg.uate gj halt a djers who, little -but fljiits, but' hfi power |reat peo- ivernment idnce has Bestowed akhlngton' l»}en able ei to "con- bim ;|iot d*- siwas tlm wiibolitj; which no Inde- Ci)n.stttu- liis way.s jlle built ci^l grows. be tiyei e,sfi.- 'use the DR. H.L,; MILLS Twienty-one Years Exjcrience i Formetty at iDrs. cicTelsnd & nills: Dt MUlss Drs. lUlUs & Tttompai ntj Hlllt [TUompiOD & H7ers:'|DTS. MIUs aj Hjsri. No-W Operation The Finest Sanitariiim la the Sontbwesf j Located on tbe. third noar~ of iUe UDta^ Nstionsl Bank BnUdlng—font blocks nr- froB tba 'Onfon SUtlOD.; Wichita, Kan. .•ed without cul- PILES tjn|r, lying or iiurninK. ever any Idetention from busi* But Curaile Cases AilepUd snRPBISINGLY REASOMBI'E CALli OR WRITE Stat^ of Kansas There ha.s of (ii .st'ii .s.sionl Hro'vv'n, hi.s (irama of thtj )0 (en a preat deal concerning John Wiotive.»^, arifl the part he playbtl in the preat Civil Wi^r. We (lo noit believe r:in beldoubted, however, that that it wa.s a jrrjeat pa- jrreater U}vev of Rugene F'.: Ware Ithi.s epitapJi, a one: " j John Brown triot and a luimanity. pronounced rno.'-t fitting ".John P.rojWn of Kan.sii.s: He D.' red Bejriri; IliLo.st; Hilt Losing, Won 4i Wards NADERS \<i>th'ni(i (",(1)1 br ncc<m.}tfitih- thr. lltii inijil HOiluhixhi tdices tiafii-r (i\i(l f/ors fthia \i>r the ir'uif. Vi 'harrltiif'd at all mnt ()' h'uli rkjii (HIV prof r •I j>i,i.-f dliifa!)s ill (tdr A.R.S^£EPBR MORTUAmr I06-I08 N.WASHiN6TON " lOLA >' 'sf t /; ^JliCf. mill llllll iiiiii jisre." HI- loveil hi^; He. loved jhis country, fsti-d tbifir keeping fellow m -n. j That he n- fo a Div: ne lit;v - I'rpvidence is revealed in the lofrinp i>ra}-er which he made 17)1^: ' :i"t.e(!ii.s uni<e. in iniplorinfj (he Siiprl-nie ttiiler of Nationsj Perhaps helraiisf he realBzed Ihe ilj'flclency of bjs own early p. be was solicitous to proj (or Ihe yoptl catio liberi I facilities the f itnre. • Beca affiilis he knew tlie every-day. of leirning. In ah early mes to th e f'oncress ahd in his wil HOupliI methods for the estahush- (He was ment cenf His th^ Ibis of dii- •ide jof jise as a mail jof - lises itpe he of n national in his farewell (Address we 'Xhortalion*: jPromote. the>i, as nriniary impil tions for the general diffus{<in an objpjrt rtance. iiistit fo sprea bver ilirn the] t.vickeil. iiiir (vins'i :l His holy proteciiot tbelse rniled States: n machinations of.th< jio the confirming o s^ltiifion: 10 ehable iis all limes, to root out interna i<ed(fion .(ind 'put Invasion- iij ttipbl: to' perp.'tiiate to our i.-ounlry that prosperity which lllis poodnesK has already con| iTiirred: aiid to verify the antici- jltBtions of this Oovernment bej jinp u ' safeguard of human iriehts;' !rin idealist in the seii.se university. HvenHiUt he |bail a very high standard! p'nd ofi^ private and public honor. fJe wic a prophet fij the extent of be-: inir' a bit" to forecast with remark-' iilile vision the gi|owfh of the Nation ihe founded land the changing ci^n- THE BEST YOUR I AST tRIBUTE •=how jjoji photograph.s of ther^ or abilitv a.s tf) t [U |ty of .simplicity is well ex|in many of the m^nit' ^ve have produceti We .shall be plea.se'c any othe{r .<!tyle -l of memorial may pi-efer. If j you will call feel w«; run con'vince you of t |t) meet jyour de.siros and to you' ; we bur MONUMENTAL WORKS 301 siu h Washington, Phon4 |676

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