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IN NATIONAL POLITICS
The A. P. A. to Take Part in
SUPREME ADVISORY BOARD TO MEET
At This Meeting, Which Will Be In
Washington Tuesday, the First
Steps Will Be Taken.
Washington, March 21. The Ameri
can Protective Association, that has
been a factor in the state and municipal
politics of several states for a number of
years, has announced its intention to
enter the field of national politics in the
coming , presidential campaign. ' ' ' Its
first crusade will be taken at a meeting
of the supreme advisory board of the or
ganization, called to meet in Washing
ton, Tuesday, March 24. This meeting
is preliminary to the sessions of the su
preme council, which will be held here
in May. Prominent members from every
congressional district in. the country will
take part in the sessions of the supreme
council, and will determine the part the
organization will take in the campaign.
It is a part of the program to in
sist upon the re-enactment in party
platforms this year of ' the plunks of the
Democratic and Republican platforms of
1876, in which both parties declared
against sectarian appropriations and
emoluments from public money or prop
erty. In that year Mr. Blaine proposed
in congress an amendment to the con
stitution aB follows :
"Article 16. Neither congress nor any
state shall pass any law respecting an
eetalishmenjof religion or prohibiting
the free exercise therof, or use the prop
erty or credit of the United States, or
of any state, or any "money raised by
taxation, or authorize either to be used
Highest of all in leavening Power.
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r stock of Boys' 2
.;. piece S.nits ia the
city. Pants made
ble seat and elas
for' the purpose Of founding, maintaining
or aiding by appropriation, payment
for services, expenses or otherwise, any
church, religious denomination or relig
ions society, or any institution, society
or undertaking which is wholly or in
part under sectarian or ecclesiastical
During this congress Linton of Michi
gan introduced the same amendment,
and the A. P. A. will' endeavor to have
the amendment made a part of the con
Another feature of the program with
which the advisory board ' will dec'
is what the political leaders of the A. P.
A. call a campaign of education. They
declare their literature shall reach every
poaiofEce and every voter beJore election
. Senators and representatives have
heard from the A. P. A. organizations of
their Etates during the past month.
The following is a copy of a letter which
has come to nearly all of them :
"At a recent meeting, of the state
council of the A. P. A. a resolution was
unanimously adopted that we request
our senators and representatives in con
gress to Work and vote for the following
bills, now pending: . -
"A bill to secure a just distribution of
federal offices, known in the last con
gress as house bill to establish a nation
al university, known in the last session
as house bill 8949; a' bill to restrict im
migration and regulate naturalization,
known as Linton's bill, house bill 8774;
Linton's - joint1 resolution, No. Ill,
mending the constitution and prohibit
ing for all time sectarian appropriations;
a bill to prohibit advertisers or others
from using the national emblem as an
" "We hope this expression of the re
presentatives of so manr of your consti
tuents will meet your indorsement, as
being in the interests of our country and
in line with the ideas of the founders of
.'. "We also desire to respectfully call
your attention to the fact that it is the
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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design to place in statuary hall a statue
of Pere Marquette. We regard this as a
dangerous innovation. ,' The Jesuits
have been banished from almost every
Catholic country; and yet, herein Pro
testant America, they are -not only to
remain and plot against the liberties of
our people, but it is even now proposed
to farther violate the principles of church
and state by the addition of the statue
of one of these traitors to all govern
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the government by the people should be
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, THE NAME OK HAKRISOX.
It Will Be Presented Should His Kom
: lnatlon Appear Probable.
Chicago, March 21. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says :
Benjamin Harrison's name will be
presented for the consideration of the
Republican national convention. This
announcement ia raade on the authority
of prominent Indiana leaders, who have,
within the.' last few days, written to
members of the delegation here, and the
story had been' confirmed by telegrams
received explanatory of the results' in
the congressional convention 8 of Thurs
day. When ex-President Harrison's letter
of withdrawal was printed, prominent
members of the Indiana delegation de
clared the letter would not prevent them
from using Harrison's name if they saw
fit. Since that time the situation has
been canvassed' thoroughly and the re
suit has been that the word was passed
throughout Indiana that instructed del
egates would be an unwise political step,
and the state should be left free to take
up Harrison's name if it seemed advisa
ble. A concession, it is said, was made
to the McKinley 'sentiment in the state
in several districts by an agreement that
McKinley men might be elected provided
they agreed to vote for Harrison at any
time when s majority of the delegation
so decided. Talking of the situation,
one of the strong Indiana leaders said :
: "You are safe in announcing that ex
President Harrison's name will be pre
sented to the convention unless it should
be demonstrated before the meeting it
self that McKiale'y or some other candi
date, is absolutely certain of a nomination.-1
We have resisted instructions to
delegates quite generally throughout the
etate, not in; opposition to BlcKinley or
any othercandidate; but solely that we
might be free to brine out our own can
didate if we " had reasonable chance of
success." .'. ','
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