TALKS FOR THE TIMES.
wither the hearts of men and make them bitter. For
organizations are as soulless as corporations; they are
at best good machines; they have no life in them¬
selves. Organizations are not persons; only persons-
can do persons' work."
Believing in this principle, as he believed in itr
and acting on this principle, as he acted on it, it is
surely not strange that he endeared himself to thou¬
sands, yea, tens of thousands of his fellowmen. The
proof of which is seen in the numerous tributes of
respect to his memory, that from the time of his-
death up to date, have continued to appear in the
daily and weekly press from all quarters of the land.
The following was taken from a recent copy of the
New York Independent, and is the utterance of Hon..
Patrick A. Walsh, United States Senator from Geor¬
gia. Being himself a member of the Roman Catholic
Church, his words in this connection will have sin¬
gular force. He says:
" No selfish or mercenary consideration ever actu¬
ated Bishop Haygood. No ambition for popularity
ever prompted his action. It was his mission to be a,
leader, not a follower of men. He went wherever
duty called. His courage to do the right was the in-