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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia                                Of Sunday Sunday Sunday only. Puttj- 'me Six non-.ki month J.Jo Sunday tuciutttd. month month ,y on.y. 'naeatk........... By Nhil, Prepaid. 1.89 i Six meniae.......... ........If cuuith S'ew for or will net be accipted unless by draft., o.dtre, orders, payable to THE WASHINGTON POST CO.. D, 0. 1 at tht at Waahlngtea. P. C., at matUr. a UtUa'BuUdfna7.' Beiiton: 1811 Kreafe" Butl'dlna" Ml I believe IN of suured graves of their countrymen for the sake of the flag, and heard from the  d produatiea with waiah huaaas make ilffct hi4flPU' i te MHM i d strident i i a lileaee of the night aad rout sleep tat) the hewl U har- Ka aever ralaea a withent workers leeai ta let eathasiasK far their eauae ryn away with areer-let? ia triHtlsiag some iBstitqtioBt. Too pftea iag assartlons of injuatiaa by American Bpurta are not hy tha laeerd. 9ar tha time being law tribunals are subject to adverse criticism from certain quarters, and the attacks upon them haw heaa aaaaad vide to taka in te.a lei the saeeial objeeU at their eara aj seal a I varkera ii all righX wran91 afajaat But thia ahaMld not lead them to speak in terras of bad teadltloBs that are IB fact limited. Little is te be gained by tuck The truth Is To this generation the annouBaaraent of the death nf ChafUa not mean anything out of tbe ordinary, but tr> those whose nmmorle-s go a lltiln further It wiil recall stirring f.r sportsmanship linked with y and romance and ef long, bitttr. hard contests in ihe political arena. It if no exaggerates to UK for many a year Henry Chaplin waa known to most of his fellow countrymen aa the owner of Hermit, the famous race horse that won the derby in 1867, ing at the forlorn odds of 66 to 1. There were circumstances attending that year's derby which etched it as with acid iuto the national conscioiuBBags. In the first place, the rape wag run la the midst of a blinding snowstorm, a moil unusual atmospheric Bhenpaaenpn in late spring in England. In the aect place, ona ef the favorites against Hermit was the property of the Mf rquii ot Haatiaga, to marry whom Florence had Chaplin a abort time bafqre Tlfeiw was therefore t food deal of (ha apite element preaaat. Haatlnga, al- ready ,4ft embarraaaed clrcBmataBcas, played hia own norse IB order tp recoup hia fjUlen fprtuaeB, aad, over- FbBlmed by disaster when it he committed auicide. On the ether Chaplin by Hermit's jriotor7 WP? a tor- tune of some In ehapllB waa an untpmprp- misiff ccBsarvative. JJe waa a debater, aad many tha dufls in which he BBfaged With the members of party whan Irish home rula firat a parl4ameBtary poaaJbUity. A country WttJW frlH" Llncolaahira, he cham- pioned the interest fatigably In and but of the hpuae commons, and in country if. which free had becowe tp be almost as a fetieh, he did not heaitate to avow himself an njotacyBniat. In. personal appearaaoa Chaplia waf aaflly the finest IpokjBgj nan of day. Tall, broag-ahovldecaA, lalr- blue-eyed and of a pleasaat cast of countenance, hp was tba Anglo-Saxon. Of aacHqt liaeafp aad posseased of extensile gB- peatedly declined a pfarage, ap.d it vM not until he waa lq hi  ft work. Thich can scarcely fail still fnr- Uuf to afteot the ot eb- Thin, tt is to aid. is sroh tuition, epaviyality never a marked of holiday ffirjt in Wanhingtpa, certainiy not to tha jthat is true in cofl.- tiaeptal cities, in Parig or in RSHBB, aad tkU tb? fact that in the "old not there VM np ip yhfch art of 11994 {ftUoiwjiiji telHJIfbt to ep a atjUf pf IB GapitaJ, hefu of thi the sherry ajid, at aad biftfrflutf of that iRast Uptaele of all wwmer drtnka, the of what to tjjjplinf at SJn-JatBiaa time, ail af arid u and bowl of punch from day in dsy, wen vfcea a baby. wwBtrUfr saliantiy against the feoUto whiofc his reluctant gufas. There was spniie to spre, fwft tfo d, and the whpljs day of than ia in the Breseat Grand Army WM Wtent single ia the oauntrr tve or three then ot the 8f ?nd giap, ffftere there are handluls nav, the old uaiforin and the slpuch wera upon the Btragtp as are tp4ty, nafter te the oiTil war fnd mere ihf q( thsit lisa. The "blpeay pbirt" wys still the favertte pelitteal aFgunieBt ef fte spjill- bimder, although (t wgB Jfoinp eut of gad far jublie eCee di4 to areuse (B br kstelag alive the AJ1 that. Mrt af thing 4yiag put ip ypara, but not eye.n the evgaUh war endai) it It js that there was aatually acatiaaal feeling in anjenj the 'whe fought fram full Run OB through te the historic undsr the tree treaty yean after Ai- pemattai thaa there ha4 been when qrdar "ee Qapwttien day in Washiapten was abaeryed evary year Wravgh eigktite and though of taa witJt fervor. A Beater the entire population 'of th.e city tqefc part in the celebrations thaa. ill true rt4ay. Thare was a great iaarehiB.B; of f. 9f aad rolllag ef druaii. Flags aytrywhara, atrtsts were with arawgt of aaoBle, haoBd, the .cglars aad leaded dawn With pptas, aad vtteranp ne longer IB apime. hut fOiag atrqag. 8a taeutands of BOW have Biade thglr last pilgrimage ta Ar- t two qr tarae d.eoajag no trpi io the senie ia it ia a it wai a Not dejsaa paepla IB ten kaew there such j gftnje as gojf, aod tha lota played baseball listlessly in. 4 hair was thaii shoes were policed and te haw ha ia the (hat UBieB, leap of pemiiOseanee and awe peltry of Hfht over agaja battles af their yeuth. The day hag btepma for the of national ideat- aa.d vheveas the thread of persona] narrative has bean all but broken and ateries of eamp and marjh are fading further into history, tha synibelism ef ef the aixtias, bath South aad Nenh, shiaes more and yet erightty. te ht h< t by ia btlfi witkin reeini Supreme The Sioux IsdiasB have Jwswfbi euit against the United States ment te reeover milkone doltars' worth of laad. If o longer the war cry on the trail, No laager must settlew appear, a him sfftflef his hair. Wo fterii to the bow aad the feather-tipped shaft the. bloodthirsty savage report; wages his battles ia eourt. ae in adepiact engaged strife, wjtji ievaacas leatgr byre w breast His lawyer gives voice fury, of ned and the way te ft jujry.. waj, a An4 bujtehef and pfljaje shoot. the fe it fai Ifdfc red hif seal was And now, with p. BdfartcB, af the naociatiwi, tkat kjg isea ought (pit. boom ia eanaad foedp (s tf thf faat that the hare to auafl? summar boardwf it When W af diarespeet. and disrespect promotes both. Te from a speegft of the latf retary of Interior, K "I you make we, nothing But always I am all that you hOBJi te be, and hare the to try tor." I xqng and fear, panie, I worl{ pi the the ef the meat da r in f. am Oonatitutien and the ceuta, and statute makers, soldier and clreadnoug-ht, drayman and street and clerk. f am no mare than what you believe git ta he. My atata an4 my atriosj art dream and yQur ytor you are the the flay, ank it Is well that yeu a-lory In ma.kjnf." APA BSfD ehairman Coqifpittea en at the Flag, al B. A. R. 8 ttctf t Kay 31. A jtfencM Ta MHor Sir: In thlji date an item about a man oldest ef aurvivovs tlje 91 af Jamts Curran." At John tteme, tqn, wt T. O. fet Stars 014 JMn.t IT, 1838, byt yet. CHAB.. J. MAGIW-. Waahinfften. May H. Te Bantt'a Statriaa. V-a 41Vita I99a> vaya: "AU 'hi' naturailr nrt itself-. Wa> taia fervid levt of tit ky heft But nun'iin hit wrillnga Tht a th.a "Vita irt te m< Santj, I aai a hit at a eenjaeturt. Wt M7t liiicijss partina- for three tkat te 4o Why' ilwajrj kla iw af at put. b ta I thfrk it t. hi4, trwn' fliaaiF maMiRff af the that  ceminr- Hew mtiatiei ig.y ly Wtk a t- ing baiii me' function nj marcMiisg JUSTICE TAFT CITES COURT ATTACKS AH AUewirtJ BacieaJ Cntbtc et Supreme Bench Ended Fail- ore, He AMerU. a! Unreiiipf to CkMc. Recnttc De- ta ntMt ter "radical of ta. e wtr aad br Ohisf dustxj Yaft ;r. CU- commit. that wrdic' of tat eoumjy IB keep ir .f the unveiling   t tin aid were ner "pedlar is to p. It it, Uvwt PM tjr of itt the "ITiitU of ttrlfi tht at iti vful< tbl( ky tk. in k'tck tipu wv. W 0 tff ttr IP f nal iqv tki cvi mijrkt y military in SautBfm caEf tram It hM n. IB vert pewer ftl- Tfct in t .till of eajeature 13 ihat aha far rha affenje taay   

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