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VOL V J III III NO NO2 2 WASHINGTON r D C SUNDAY SUNDAY MORNING iORNING MAY LVll Y ii 11 1902 FIVE iiVE CENTS CENis A COPY COpy
FUTILE AND IN ANIPIJERILE ANIPIJERILEIs PUERILE PUERILEIs
Is the Republican Defense of ofSmith ofSmUh ofSmith
Smith Wailer Co CoINSULTING COIHSUL CoINSULTING
INSULTING IHSUL TING AND OFFENSIVE OFFENSIVEComparing OFFENSIVECD1I1I1tIIIJt OFFENSIVEComparing
Comparing a Hireling and Profes Profess4onal Profes4onal Irofeasdonal
s4onal Soldiery to Civil and Spanish SpanishWar SpanishWar Spanish1Xrar
War Veterans VeteransFilipinos Filipinos War Val With AVithMotv WithMom VlthOl
Mom Ol Only Hut the Invaders Kill KillBurn nlIIBUln 1111F3urn
Burn antI Slay Children and Wo Woarven 0 0mCII oaten
arven and Torturo Priests 1 1lest8 to Death DcathJnnunous Deathlnlunous DeathIn
Jnnunous In ruinous Stain on tho Republic RepublicThe
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The he Republican attempt to defend the theurocittes tbelt thetrocitte
lt urocittes ociti s of Smith Waller Co in the thePhilippines ther thePhilippines
Philippines r ilippines by citing the cruelties of the theVilipinos theViI thehilipinoatowards
Vilipinos ViI hilipinoatowards ipi nOI towards our oursoldiersIsacliallemre oursoldiersIsacliallemreO soldiers is a challenire challenireof
of O our higher civilization and a demonstra demonstrati demonstratin
ti tin n of an immoral axiom that two wrongs wrongsirke wrongS1ake wrongsnuke
nuke 1ake a right Commenting on this feature featureii
Ji ii i the defense we may be permitted to askv ask askvy askw
w vy v y the military adjunct of our superior superiorcivilization superiorcivilizati superiorcivilization
civilization civilizati n is susceptible or so readily in influenced inilu imilut ¬
ilut fluenced ilu < need to imitate if not exceed the prac practices practice practices ¬
tices tice of ft 1 barbarous and savage foe In Inother Inother Inother
other words is i our higlieraud higher and undoubtedly undoubtedlysuperior undoubtedl undoubtedlUperior undoubtedlysuperior
superior civilization for times of peace peace only onlylud onlyand j jand
and like a thin veneering veneerin easily easilypenetrated easilypenetratedor penetrated penetratedor j jor
or cast off in times of war warThe warThe I IThe
The savage instinct in man ratantime the higher highercivilized highercivIlized highercivilized
civilized niHti mRnlla8 has been illustrated in that thatllomely thathomely j jhomely
homely and an wellknown epigram Scratch Scratcha
a Russian and you will wi11find find a Taratar TaratarAnd TaratarAud TaratarAnd
And indeed it follows and every war has hasdemonstrated hasdemonstrated Irandemonstrated
demonstrated its truth that the most mo t civili civilized civili7ed civilized ¬
zed nations have justified j ulltified their military ndiitaryarm militaryarm militaryarm
arm arm in the field in fighting the th foe with his hisown hisown hisown
own weapons Courtesy Courtell for courtesy courtesyWarder courteRylMurder courtesyMurder
Murder for murder Hence the army in inthe inthe inthe
the Philippines is not condemned by the theAmerican theuerican theAmerican
American uerican people or as Senator Lodge as asserts asserts assorts ¬
serts by the Democratic party because it itteats ittreats j jtreats
treats the armedt armed Flipino as the armed armedVilipino armedFJipino i il
Vilipino l ilipino treats the th thenmed a bmed rned American soldier soldierNo I INo
No 0 condemnation has been offered the thebrave tbeave thebrave
brave ave and gallant Uant soldiers of the Republic Republicwhere RepublicWItre Republicwaere
where waere they have fought and accepted the tbeI
k rage 1 age terms of their foe foeno no quarter quarterten quarterTen quarterTen
ten thousand Filipinos put to the sword swordunder sworduJder swordwader
under these conditions would neither evoke evokecondemnation evokec1del11natioll evokecsradeuiuatiou
condemnation from our people nor accusatin accusa accusation accnsaliJn ¬
tin tion of barbarity from other nations nationsThe nationsThe nationsThe
The American soldier in the Philippines Philippinesiot
I L lot ot condemned con coe < lewtte4 fo for or this hi8 mod mo mods of ofI wa4wes wa4wesfor watRee watReeT
> T for or Ijiie I a prompt and natural action acti n in inliitiK in11d in1cing
11d liitiK 1cing lilt t fltw w if any chances from the hostile hostilerLvve b hostilelbeit tite titeuve
uve rLvve lbeit he is an invader and a hire hire6gfittng hireI hireY
Y I Ift g 6gfittng for pay the men defending defendingtir defendillgtir defendingt
tir t it native land There is no glory but buttit butt
i t tit glory goryof of valor for the American soldier soldierr
r 1 this war of conquest Yind tld invasion He Heif HeJji Hefla
if Jji not defending his fla flag jus Jlisllome j josutry its home his hisovintry his01ntr
ovintry 01ntr or his hi Government Neither Neitherthq Neitherthqshe ei her ttl ttlv the theone
one v e nor the other is assailed nor in danger ditngerBut dangerI diingerBut
I But notwithstanding all this the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americanpeople
> people justify him and the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty Democraticparty
party does not condemn him for any of the themethods ther1ethods themethods
methods he has put in practice ractice to save his hislife hisHfe hislife
life and take the life of the hostile or armed armedfoe armedfve armedfoe
foe foeBut But the roads fork at this point and the themilitary Ulemititar themilitary
military mititar arm is required to show cause for forthe fortht forthe
the slaughter of noncombatants for tor tortures torture3 tortures ¬
tures inflicted on prisoners for the fire and andsword andsword andsword
sword with which provinces pro n es were made madewildernesses madewilderuesses madewilderuesses
wilderuesses and for the unparalleled since sinceHerods siuceHerods sinceHerods
Herods solitary example and infamous infamousorder infamousorder infamousorder
order of General Smith to his delegated ex executioner executioner executioner ¬
ecutioner Major Waller to kill everybody everybodyover everybodyoer
over ten years of age and make Samara Samarahowling Samar Samaraowliug a aowling
howling wilderness wilderness There is no militarynecessity military militarynecessity militarynecessity
necessity no acts of the enemy however howeveratrocious IloweverJ howeveratrocious
atrocious J rocloulJ which can palliate nor justify the themcqualed theu1equaled theunequaled
unequaled barbarity of such an order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The Filipinos it will be remembered rememberedhave rememberediVe
have ave committed all the atrocities cannier enumerated cannierated ¬
ated a ed by Senator Lodge and the th Republican Republicanadministration Republicana
administration a a upon American soldiers In Inthe inthe Inthe
the field whom they captured or who fell fellinto i iinto I Iinto
into their hands The soldiers accepted the thechances theances thechances
chances ances of ofthe the invader and were full grown grownmen grownmen grownmen
men who knew the dangers incident to the theservice tilelIdvice theservice
service they volutitai ily sought for so much muchper muchper I Iper
per month in a distant country ten thousand thousand thous i iand
and miles from their native land It is isabsurd isabsurd I
absurd a > 8urdto to speak of their patriotism under underuch underch undersuch
such uch ch conditions and it is an insult to classify classifythem classifythem classifythem
them except in the matter of their inherent inherentvalor inherentvalor inherentvalor
valor characteristic of the American solder sol soldier soldier ¬
dier with the survivors of the Civil War or orthe orthe orthe
the gallant and libertyloving men who wfiosprang whoprang I I5prang
sprang = to arms in behalf of our neighboring neighboringIsland neighboringIsland
Island of Cuba They are simply machinesoldiers machine machinesoldiers machinesoldiers I
soldiers servirg for pay who either en enlisted enEsted enlisted ¬
listed to be sent out to the Philippines as ashirelings a aehirelings I Ihirelings
hirelings or who were already in the ser service service ¬
vice ice as regulars and consequently profes professional profetl professional ¬
sional l onal soldiers animated by tlfe love of ofarms ofarms ofarms
arms irrespective of the cause for which whichthey wbichtbey whichp
p they fight fight2fow fightow I
2fow fow ow having fairly fairlTstated stated their states status and andconceded andcOllcecled andconceded
conceded their valor and splendid endurance endurancewe j jwe I Iwe
we take issue with Senator Lodge and the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican administration that the killing killingo I Io
o > these soldiers in violation of the rules of ofcivilized ofcivilized I Icivilized
civilized warfare their torture as prisoners prisonersin
in the band of a people they are endeavor endeavoring endeavorfag ¬ I Iin
fag in to conquer and subdue justifies juetl les the theorder theorder theorder
order of General Smith the butcheries of ofWaller ofVatter ofWaller
Waller or the murder of natives and their theirpriests theirpriests theirpriests
priests by the water torture The hostile hostilemale hotilertale hostilemale
male Filipino put to the sword ord in battle battleand battleand battleand
and even shot hanged and imprisoned as ashe a ahe ashe
he has tae been by the hundreds on charges chargesprovn cbargesOV chargesr
provn > rov2m OV l1 before the military and civil civiltribunals civilt civiltribunals
tribunals t bunals established by b the invaders has hasnot ha hanot liesnot
not been questioned by even the Demo Ilemocratic Democratic Democratic ¬
r cratic party which while regretting and andcondemning andcondemning
condemning the fatuous policy of heRe tlleXeubliCR the heRepublican Re Republican ¬ I
publican ubliCR administration in this expensive expensiveunwise expenSiveunwise expensiveunwise
unwise and wholly useless colonial armed armedenterprise armedenterprise
enterprise recognised the exigencies and andnatural andnatural andnatural
natural results incidental to such a condem condemnatory 1 1natory
natory policy and both the American peo people peopie ¬
pIe and the Democratic party looked mourn mournfully mournfullr mournfully
fully on lolling liopinsrtfetrfliiil hu ingillmllllt i inhiel hope that the end endwas endwas endwas
was at hand handNo nandNo
No the American people are too intelli intelligent inteUirent intelligent ¬
gent to confound the tit necessary severity and andbell andlien andbell
bell of war with the blood bloodthirsty thiraty and Atillft Atillftorder Atillaorder tfla
order of General Ol1erallm Smith th to kill burn luru andslay awl awllay attdalay
slay lay all over ten years of age They The know knewthat knowthat knowthat
that this UII was not making akiar war upon malt
Filipinos 1 + hostile or suspected but on the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole population irrespective of age or sex sexthe sexthe sexthe
the cradle and the grave graveof raveof of the doomed doomedprovince doomedprovince doomedprovince
province of Samar The American people peoplewill peoplewitt peoplewill
will revolt at the tortures inflicted on na tiatives natives natives ¬
tives suspected of hostility taken without withoutarms witboutarms withoutarms
arms in their hands and some of them with withthe witbthe withthe
the priestly robes of their office on their theirbacks tbeirbacks theirbacks
backs who w lio were tortured to death by the theprofessional theprofessloual theprofessional
professional soldiers in the pay of the theRepublic theRepublic theRepublic
Republic that information might be ex extracted extracted extracted ¬
tracted or reprisals enforced to satisfy the theblood theblood theblood
blood lust of American soldiers The Amer American AmericI Amerloan ¬
loan people will recall that neither woman womannor womannor womannor
nor child of ten years belonging to the in invaders invaders invaders ¬
vaders were either tortured or slain by the theFilipinos theFilipinosnobody theFilipinosnobody
Filipinos Filipinosnobody nobody but full grown men cap captured captured captured
tured in battle and they will also remeni rementber remeniber remeniber
ber that these were the exceptional cases as asthe asthe asthe
the Americans released rel ased as well as the Span Spaniards Spaniards Spanlards
iards testify that during their t tijeir eir enforced resi realdeuce
deuce iultitipino iu Filipino camps and prisons they theywere theywere
were neither tortured nor mistreated mistreatedThe mistreatedThe mistreatedThe
The Herod order of Smith the murders murdersby murdersbv murdersby
by his executioners and the tortures in inflicted inflicted inflicted ¬
flicted on priests and people will not be beconfounded beconfounded beconfounded
confounded in the public mind with the thepermissible thepermissible thepermissible
permissible but ut irregular decimation of ill tilarmed 111arlUed illarmed
armed hostile Male Filipinos though the thesophistry thesophiHtry thesophistry
sophistry of the administration and its itsLodge ItsLodge itsLodge
Lodge defenders were equal to their blind blindfatuous bliudfatuous blindfatuous
fatuous and now murderous policy policyof of colon1 colon1ization colon colonization colonization
ization on the other side of the globe globeHerod lelobeHerod globeHerod
Herod Smith Butcher Waller and andpriest andpriest
priest killer will not be forgotten nor norforgiven norforgiven norforgiven
forgiven for the infamy they have put upon uponthe uponthe
the American name and the American nation nationthoughten nationthoughten
I
thoughten thousand tllou8 nd Lodges defend their theirsullied theirsullied i isullied
sullied names and tarnished arms armsTHE arlllllTHE armeTHE
THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE COMMITTEEMcotlii CO COtiMITTEEMeeting lMITTEE
Mcotlii Meeting of tho Congressional Com Committee Committee Conmitten ¬
mittee Thursday Dveninir anti the theAction theAction theAction
Action Taken TakenFor TakenFor lnkenFor
For over two hours tours the Democratic Con Congressional Congreseional Co ii iigressional ¬
gressional Committee was in session in the theminority theminority theminority
minority room of the House Thursday even evening evening evening ¬
ing last There were less than twenty nembers mem members members ¬
bers present and several of these held heldproxies heldproxies heldproxies
proxies proxiesIt
It was wasafter vas after 9 oclock when the new sec secretary secretary secretary ¬
retary Col Charlie Edwards of Texas arrived ar arrived arrived ¬
rived ExChairman Ex Cliairmau Richardson and one oneor oneor oneor
or two others were in the room when the theGLOBK theGLOBS theGloms
GLOBS man looked in at 8 oclock the hour hourset hourset hourset
set for the meeting The business trans transacted transacted transacted ¬
acted however when the meeting got down downto downto downto
to business embraced campaign literature literaturefunds titeraturefunds literaturefunds
funds and completion of the organization organizationChairman organizationChairman organizationChairman
Chairman Griggs was W I empowered to name namea name namea
a campaign committee of eleven members memberssix membersIIIx memberssix
six of whom must be members of the Con Congressional Conrell6ional Conressional ¬
gressional rell6ional Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeThe CommitteeThe
The contest for sergeantalarms sergeantat arnis ended endedlike endedlike endedlike
like the Irish row over the question of ofSnint ofSaint ofSaint
Saint Patricks birthday birthdaythe the 8th or 9th of ofMarch ofMarch ofMarch
March Both dates da s were added making it itthe itthe itthe
the lytli and theVNjajiv th vt rival i candidates for forbleheadcd forsergeautatarms forsergeant
sergeant sergeautatarms at arms t a a i j JI J Sinnott Sinnottand
and W WMarm W Marm pad r i1ected a dou doubleheaded double
ble bleheadcd headcd sergeaps proVe proVeSenator proe proeenator proveSenator
Senator enator Cafmack Catm ck u u innessee nnessee Repre Representatives Representatives Representatives ¬
sentatives Ransdell of Louisiana Robinson Robinsonof Robinsonof
of Nebraska Zcnor of Indiana and Finley Finleyof Fiuleyof Purleyof
of South Carolina and Mr F H Hosford Hosfordof Hosfordof Hosfordof
of Michigan were named a committee on onliterature onliterature onliterature
literature Representatives Jackson Jacksonof of Kan Kansas Kausas Kansas ¬
sas and Thayer of Massachusetts were wereselected wereselected wereselected
selected as vice chairmen Hon James L LNorris LNorris LNorris
Norris of this city treasurer Charlie A AEdwards AEdwards AEdwards
Edwards as secretary and Mr Pearcey as assistant assistant assistant
sistant secretary secretaryThere secretaryThere secretaryThere
There was a protest to the selection of Mr MrNorris MrNorris MrNorris
Norris as treasurer by Capt C W Slater as asvoicing asvoiciul asvoicing
voicing the requests of a large section of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District Democracy but as the sub subcommittee subcommittee subcommittee ¬
committee reported favorably favorablv11r Mr Norris Norriswas Norriswas Norriswas
was elected electedMr electedMr electedMr
Mr Thayer made the extraordinary state stateinent statemellt statemeat
meat in the discussion over campain liter literature literature literature ¬
ature that it cut but little ice in New Eng England England Eugland ¬
land especially especiallySenator especial1vlSenator especiallySenator
Senator Carmack questioned the joint jointdebate jointdebate jointdebate
debate circus business which never made madea
a vote voteEd Ed GLOBE proposed by Mr Will Williams Williams Willlams ¬
iams of Mississippi and the matter was wasdropped wasdropped wasdropped
dropped droppedThe droppedThe droppedThe
The question of finances was taken up upand upand upand
and resulted in an informal agreement that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the members of the committee canvas the theprospects theprospects theprospects
prospects of raising funds in their respective respectivespheres respectivespheres respectivespheres
spheres of influence influenceThe InfluenceTIle influenceThe
The committee adjourned at 1030 p m mto mto tnto
to meet again at the call of the chair Mean Meantime Meantime Meantime ¬
time Mr Griggs it is to be hoped will willstart wittstart willstart
start his campaign calUpal n committee when he henames benames lienames
names them to work immediately immedlatel as no notime notime notinie
time is to be lost lostWill lostm lostWill
Will m Become Naval Cadets OadotsThe OndetsTbe CadetsThe
The following additional candidates have havesuccessfully havesucceiAfutty havesuccessfully
successfully passed their physical examina examinations examilatiana exantinations ¬
tions and will be admitted to the Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademy NavalAcademy
Academy as cadets det8 A C Grady Massachu Massachusetts MalSachusetts Maesachtusetta ¬
setts H B Kelly Kentucky William B BHowe UHowe BHowe
Howe South Dakota Robert G Merritt MerrittMaryland MerrittMaryland IerrittMaryland
Maryland i C McC Lynch Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaA
A S Hickey New York Charles S Keller KellerPennsylvania KetterPenusylvania KellerPenneylvamla
Pennsylvania R R P Lemly North Carolina CarolinaC
C C Hartigan New York J B Goldlan GoldlanLouisiana GoldlanLouisiana I
Louisiana C P Meyer Louisiana and andLennox andLennox andLennox
Lennox Grautt Gra tt Mississippi MississippiHon 1iIHippiHon IiseiasippiHou
Hon Amos Cummings the well known knownnewspaper known1llW81Mper knownnewspaper
newspaper man and Congressman from fromNew fromNw fromNew
New York eieed a well spent PHt life m the past pastweek p pastweek t twlek
weekThe week weekThe wlekThe
The Roosevelt administration adinlnl tratien is sendingeverybody sending Hndlngeverybody
abroad who fo i despised at home bomeJust homeJust
read the list CrowninBhield Potts Pottevans
vans and andwho who is next nextFlunkey nextl nextlFlunkey nextFlunkey
Flunkey Reid wino who used to work on the theXenia theXenia
Ohio Torchlight for forsfxdollars six txdollars dollars per percan
whisper to Hedward on the side the thepo
po ibiUties of this country should Labou Labouahere Labouchore
and the radicals smash his crown erownRear orownRear crownRear
Rear Admiral Sanipton died the past week weekn
n this city Ity lie was a tyoioal tVDlo l American AmericansaUor Americansailor
and served Hrv d lite bl country faithfully and andwell
The victor of Santiago still lives livesflowever livesowever
owever and a may lii lite h i shadow lwd never grew grewRead grewI grewXd
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Read the SUNDAY Y GLOM CLODC
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A AHEON AHEONAnd HEN ON ONAnd ONAnd
And Its Name Is Mikey Louis Louisof Louisof Louisof
of the Supply Division DivisionTHE DivisionTHE DivisionTHE
THE ANNUAL AWARDS AWARDSFor AWARDSFor
For Ink Twine and Sundries the thoCause theCause theCause
Cause of Mlkeys Nervousness and andExcitement andJxcitementllow andExcitementHow
Excitement Jxcitementllow How He Obtains Ad Advance Advance Advance ¬
vance Information Removal of ofMarsten orllntstcn ofMarsten
Marsten and Appointment of ofllow ofllowJeyVarning ofllowlayWarning How Howley
JeyVarning ley Warning to the New Clerk and andand andnml andand
and Ills Chief ChiefMikey OhlefrIikey ChiefMikey
Mikey Louis Chief of oftheSupPly the theSupply Supply Division Divisionof
of the Postoffice Department is sweating sweatingblood sweatillgblood sweatiugblood
blood He is on thorns these days and isso is isso i iso
so noticeably uneasy fidgety and cross that thatnobody thatnobo thatnobody
nobody nobo < 1y of less rank than a Senator or a fa favorite favorite fayorite ¬
vorite female clerk can approach him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And this ia all because of the annual con contract contract contract ¬
tract letting lettin for inks twines and other sup supplies IUpplleR supplies ¬
plies in his department The bids have havebeen hay haybeen havebeen
been received and opened but the awards awardshave awardshave awardshave
have not yet been announced And this thislatter thislatter thislatter
latter fact is the cause of Mikeys perturba perturbation perturbatIon perturbation ¬
tion etcThe etc etcThe etcThe
The chief clerk of the First Assistant AssistantPostmaster AMiatantlost1llRlter AssistantPostmaster
Postmaster General is the chairman of the thecommittee tineommlttee theeonmitlee
committee to award the contracts His Hisname Hisnan1e Hisname
name is Howley Howle not Marsten as the thegeneral tilegeneral thegeneral
general public supposes Mr Marsten wad wadrelieved warfrelieved wa warelieved
relieved shortly after Mr Wynnes appointment appoint appointment appointlIlent ¬
ment as First Irst Assistant Postmaster General GeneralMr GeneralMr i
Mr Marsten was let down easy by being beingdetailed beingdetailed
detailed with three others to make an in investigation investlgaUon investigalion ¬
vestigation and report of the pneumatic pneumatictube pneumatictube pneumatictube
tube business for the department Mr MrHowley l1rHowley MrHowley
Howley immediately took Mr Marstens Marstensolace lIarstensnlace Marstensulace
olace as chief clerk and his appointment appointmentwill I
will be duly announced on the return and andassignment andasaigilment I
assignment a of Mr llrlIarsten Marsten to another posi position po position i itlon ¬
tion tlon1lessr8
tionMessrs
Messrs Marsten and Howley are irre irreproachable irreproachable irreproachable ¬
proachable officials and the GLOBK believes believesincorruptible belivesincorruptible believesincorruptible
incorruptible And it h is this very fact that thatis thatis thatis
is worrying Mikey for his Cincinnati Cincinnatifriends Ciucinllatifriends Cincinnatifriends
friends Ault and Wiborg have bid 32 cents centsfor celltBfor centsfor
for the ink against a Philadelphia firms bid bidof bielof bidof
of eighteen cents Now the problem con confronting coufronting confronting ¬
fronting Mikey is how to manipulate mat mattera mtters mNtters
ters so that Wiborg Ault secures the con contract COiltract contract ¬
tract despite their bid of double price priceMikey priceMlkey priceMikey
Mikey has heretofore been equal to all allsuch al1sncb allsuch
such emergencies especially when wl wh i Perry PerryHeath PerryHeath PerryHeath
Heath ruled the roost Mikeys Mike plan tn tan wee WMTsimplicity wa wasimplicity weesimplicity < <
simplicity itself He withdrew the ink inkfrom Inkfrom inkfrom
from competition went into the open Opl11l11ar Opl11l11arket open mar market market ¬
ket and purchased it from his friends and andMr and1Ir andMr
Mr Heaths relatives Wiborg Ault of ofCincinnati ofI ofCincinnati
Cincinnati He not only purchased all the theink theink theink
I ink the department could use but he haddestroyed had haddestroyed hadI
destroyed all the ink on hand The GLODB GLODBcharges GLODlcharges Gtontscharges
I
charges this corrupt remnant of the Heath Heathregime Heathregime Heathregime
regime with forcing an employe to destroy
in the furnace large quantities of ink in intheir intheir intheir
their original sealed cans We challenge challengeMikey challengeI challengeMikey challengeMikey I
Mikey to arrest us for libel on this charge chargeand chargeand chargeand
and we notify his superior Mr Wynne that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we have the witnesses to prove it home homeAnd bomeAnd homeAnd
And much more too tooTo too1 too1To tooITo
To resume Mikey Is now hovering around aroundlike aroundlike aroundlike
like a buzzard over carrion watching that thataward thataward thataward
award The stenographer in the office of ofWynne ofWynne ofWymte
Wynne has a husband who is a jsoo jaoo clerk clerkin clerkin clerkin
in the Rural Free Delivery under Machen MachenMikeys MacheuMiteys MachenMikeys
Mikeys friend and collaborator Mikey Mikeyknows Mikeyknows Mikeyknows
knows through Macben everything trans transpiring trauIplrin transpiring ¬
piring plrin in Mr Wynnes office It was this thismeans thismel1ns thismeans
means of information that gave the gang gangsuch ganlsuch gangsuch
such a corner on poor Johnson that he hehad hebad liehad
had to lay downNow down downNow downNow
I Now the question arises is isloIr Mr Wynne to tobe tobe
be chloroformed in a similar manner and andwill andwill andwill
will Mikey be able to reach the chief clerks clerksdecision clerksdecision clerksdecision
decision and influence it by advance in information information information ¬
formation of what is determined on or orgoing orgoing orgoing
going to happen happenWe happenWe happenWe
We shall watch this award with paternal paternaltenderness paternaltenderness paternaltenderness I
tenderness and see if a firm is awarded the theink theink theink
ink which bids 33 cents while an equally equallyresponsible equaUyresponsible equallyresponsible
responsible Philadelphia firm offers to sup supply supply supply ¬
ply the standard article at 18 cents centsAnd centsAnd centsAnd
And while we are on this topic of supplies supplieswe
we desire to admonish Mr Howley that in inthe inthe inthe
the matter of twine jute jut etc a particular particularfriend particularfriend particularfriend
friend of Mikeys is one MrHelm Mr Helm who whonever whonever whonever
never manufactured a pound of twine in his hislife hi hilife hislife
life and who has neither shop nor factory
for its manufacture Yet he is a bidder bidderAnd bielderAnd bidderAnd
And what is more Mr Howley he hiss liasheretofore ha haheretofore hissheretofore
heretofore been a successful succe ful bidder bidderMikey bidderlUkey bidderMikey
Mikey trembles for him now because he hehas hehas liehas
has so far no lines on you or your our chief chiefand cbiefand chileand
and hence his frequent consultation with withGUI withGUI withGus
GUI Machen and running around like a hen henwith henwltb henwith
with an egg Do not permit him Mr Hol Hoiloway Hol10WRY Holloway
loway to drop the egg in your nest or if ifyou ifyou ifyou
you do you and your chief will experience experiencethe xperlencetbe
the mine fate that overtook your our predeces predecessors ¬
sors The clique of which Machen is the thehead thehead thelead
head and Mikey Mike Louis the tail is a powerful powerfulone
one for evil but they are harmless llarmle for good goodthe goodthe ood oodthe
the good of the service servicnd and if you are arecaught arecaurht arecaught
caught in the meshes of the net they have havespread llaveapNad havespread
spread for you and your chief the tit fault be beon h hon beor I
on your combined heads hearl after this fair fairwarning fairwarning i iwarning
warning by the GLOBB Meantime we shall sballwatch shallwatch I Iwatch
watch the tb awards with absorbing interest IgtereetMall I IMall
I
Mall Destroyed in Wreak WreakThe WreakThe reo
The reports to the Postoffice Post offiee Department Departmentdhow I i j
dhow that in the railroad wreck near Flagstaff Flag Flagstaff Plagstaff ¬
staff Ariz on the Santa Fe road the tll entire entiremail entiremall I
mail carried on the wrecked train was w des destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
troyed This Thi mail came from southern and andcentral andcentral I
central California and was destined for forpoints forpollts forports
points eaitand eat and south of AJBuquerque New NewMexico j
Mexico MexicoThe
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The ea case Ie e of ex exVeteran Veteran 3dodgtaes Snodgn Is II an anobject
lesson la on for G A Rs Milio i flraft ruft and andpresent andpreHnt adpresent
present RiderThe bombastic reflolutfans rtlS rasolutdpgp luQ1f to til the tt Rough RoughRider 1
I IThe
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The Cuney written up in these t columns COlUIIlIISSunday ctlunnssSunday
last is not related rl < < tad to ACr Charles CMrlf1ICUIIC7
of the Navy Department Tide gen Rentlelnan
is I a bright mulatto and tie sloes not notwear I Iwear
eyeglasses 8yqla whereas wher the individual ludtvldualrfttn Individualwritten
rfttn Jup up and who is an extxiploye ex ennploye of ofhe
he Senate readily passes pa parts for n white nan I
A 1 LUNCH ROO ItOO1Conducted ROOM ROOMConducted 1 1Conduct
Conduct Conducted d by Clerks of the theWar theWar theWar
War Department DepartmentT DepartmentTHE DepartmentTHE
T THE HE KENDLEWORTH KENDLEWORTHOn K t r E N DLEWORTH DLEWORTHOn
On the Avenue and Seventeenth SeventeenthStreet SoventeenthStreet SeventeenthStreet
Street Conducted by a Syndicate of ofGovernment ofGovernment I
Government Pap Suckers Who Vbo Arc ArcNot AreNot
Not Satisfied with Fat Salaries and andSjft andSft andSmft I
Sjft Berths BerthsNot BerthsNot BerthsNot
I
I IsureAt
Not content with their salaries and the thesurest theSurest
surest paymaster in the world several of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the higher clerks in the War Var Department Departmenthave Departmelltae Departmenthave
have ae gone into a speculation to make money moneyon
911 the side iu imitation of the sundowner sundownerso undowllerso
so numerous in the departments The sun sundowner IUndowller sundowner ¬
downer follows some one of the polite pro professions profellflionl proftsaions ¬
fessions such as physician architect architectlawyer architectlawyer
lawyer etc but these War Department Departmentclerk Departmentclerks Departmentclerks I
clerks have taken up the comparatively comparativelyvulgar j jvulgar iyulpr
vulgar trade of lunch room rooUlcaterer caterers The Thecooks Thecooks
cooks bottle washesr and other ambitious ambitiousindividuals ambitiouiudiylduals ambitiousindividuals I
individuals connected with the enterprise j jhave ibave jhave
have opened lunch rooms and cafe on the theAvenue theAvenue
Avenue near Seventeenth street dubbed dubbedthe dubbedthe dubbedthe I
the Kendleworth Why they omitted omittedthe omittedthe omittedthe
I Irequest
the word Castle is isdue i due it is i alleged to the therequest therequest
request of the Sixth Auditor of the Treasury Treasurywho Treasurywho rreasurywho
who feared being confounded by the GLOBB GLOBBwith GLOBGwith GLOOuwith
with the enterprise Just as if the GLOBS GLOBKis
is in any all danger dan er of running runnin short of matter matterto matterto matterto
to keep Castle before the public Not so solong 80long solong
long as there are lady lad clerks in his depart department department department ¬
ment or in any other department where wit ere the thefestive j
festive old gent ent Can corrall them themThe thimThe thmfhe
The Kendleworth is doing doin a thriving thrivingbusiness thrivingbUAintial thrivingbusiness
business for the tip has gone around aroundamong aroundamong aroundamong
among the War Department clerks If you youwant youwant youwant
want to retain your scalp Ip eat at the Ken Kendleworth KendIe Kendlewortli
dleworth dIe worth If you want promotion eat at atthe atthe atthe
the Kendleworth If you are charged chargedtwo cllargedtwo chargedtwo
two prices iees dont kick but keep on eating at atthe atthe atthe
the Kendleworth if you wish to retain retainyour retainyour retainyour
your job and stand in with the powers powersthat powersUlat powersthat
that UlatSuOh be beSuch beSuch
Such are the admonitions circulated circulatedamong circulatedamonr circulatedamong
among the clerks not by printed circular circularwritten circularwritten circularwritten
written communication or vocal oeal utterance utteranceindeed utteranceindeed utteranceindeed
indeed but none the less effective on that thataccount thataccount
account in inducing the underlings to topatronize topatrQnize topatronize I
patronize the Kendleworth and pay pa a third thirdmore thirdIOf thirdmor
more mor IOf for the bite of lunch at the noon hourKendleworth hour hourTw 110urKendleworth
Tw Kendleworth caters to the general generaland generalaM generalearl
and its itsll lights htll nhine out brightly brightlydurfhg brightlydu brightlydu
durfhg du the lie long evening and the late night nightThe nirhtThe nightThe
The promoters of the enterprise drawing drawingGovernment drawingOoyernllellt drawiugGovernment
Government salaries cite the sundowners sUlldowuersand sundownersand sundownersand
and other business enterprises in which whicheither whicheither whicheither
either the husband or wife of a Government Governmentemploye Governm Governmentemploye nt ntemploye
employe is engaged as justification jU8ti catioll for their theircompetition Ulelrcompetition theircompetition
competition with cafes and lunch rooms roomsconducted roolllsconducted roomsconducted
conducted by citizens who have no Governt Govern Government Government ¬
ment position or salary to fall back or live liveon liveon liveon
on It does seem as if Clerk Le Grange Grangeand Grangeand Orangeand
and his copartners in the Kendlewortb Kendlewortbought Keudleworthought Kendleworthought
ought to be satisfied with the soft snaps snapsand suapsand snapsand
and generous salaries they are receiving receivingfrom receivingfrom receivingfrom
from Uncle Sam without forming a syndicate syndi syndicate syndicate ¬
cate among themselves to take the bread breadfrom breadfrom breadfrom
from the mouths of those who have to tosolely tosolely tosolely
solely depend upon the trade or business of ofrunning ofrunnmg ofrunning
running lunch rooms and who are unable unableto
to compete with Government Governmentofficialsllaving Governmentofficialsllavingpun officialsliaving officialsliavingpull officials having havingpull
pull enough to compel their fellow clerks clerksand clerksand clerksand
and underlings to patronize this semiofficial semiofficialGovernment semiQfficlalGoernment semi oldcial oldcialGovernment
Government haahery haaheryROCHAMBEAU hasberyROCtfMtBEAU hasheryROCIIAMBEAU
ROCHAMBEAU CEREMONIES CEREMONIESUnvoilins CeREMONIESUnvQllln CEREMONIESUnvoflin
Unvoilins = of the Statue and the Pro Program I Prograin ro roral11 ¬
gram ral11 Decided Upon UponThe UponTbe UponThe
The committee having charge of the ceremonies cere ceremonies ceremonies ¬
monies connected with the unveiling of the thestatue thestatue thestatue
statue of Rochambeau on the 24th instant instantIta instanthiss
has Ita prepared a general program of exer exercisos exec execcises
cises as follows foUowsr
1 Opening remarks by b chairman of the theentertainment theentertainment theentertainment
entertainment committee Mr Herbert DPeirce D DPeirce DPeirce
Peirce Third Assistant Secretary of State Statez
2 Invocation by his eminence Cardinal CardinalJames CardinalJames CardinalJames
James Gibbons GibbonsJ
3 Remarks by the President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Statesq
4 Unveiling by Countess Rochatnbsau Rochatnbsauwith Rochamb Rochtambeeauwithn u uwith
with music tnu ic The Marseillaise by b Marine MarineBand MarineBand MarineBand
Band BandS
5 Presentation of the sculptor Blr lUre Fer Ferdinand Perdinand Ferdinand ¬
dinand Hamar by chairman of committee
6 Remarks mark by b his excellency M Jules JulesCauibon JulesCaU1bon JulesCambon
Cauibon the t e French Ambassador inFrench in inFrench inFrench
French Frenchj
7 Music by the lie French band
8 Remarks by his hi excellency General GeneralHprace CeneralIIQrace GeneralHgrace
Hprace Porter United States Ambassador Ambassadorto
to France
9 Music by the tit le Marine Baud Baudroo Baudto
10 Address Addr by Hon H C Lodge United UnitedStates URitedStates UnitedStates
States Senate Sel1telJ
11 Music Star Spangled Banner by byMarine by1larine byMarine
Marine Band sendta
13 Remarks by Gen Brugere
13 ir 1 Benediction by Bishop Satterlee SatterleeIt StatterleIt
It is i said that the original plan of having havingan
an imposing military demonstration hasbeen has hasbeen hilsbeen
been abandoned in favor of simplicity The Themilitary Themilitary Themilitary
military representation probably will be beconfined beCOlltll1ed beconfined
confined to some troop from Port Myer Myerand Mer Merand Myarand
and Washington Barracks and detachments detachmentsof
of marines ntarin and sailors 110111 The French Pre nab lUlU military lUlUtarT miutary ¬
tary forces will wi1llle be represented by b a large largemilitary largemilitary rxe rxewilltary
military bend and a detachment of marines marineswho llMtrinellbo marineswho
who bo are coining co i over on the battleship battleshipGaulois b6ttleathlpGauloi battleshipGauiois
Gaulois with wIth the t4 members oulbera of the govern government government governwent ¬
ment party putll1eaded headed by Cen Brugerc Brugeref of the theFrench theFrench thePrench
French army armyPotts armyPotts armyPotts
Potts will step top off at Lunun and wit witness witne witHeel ¬
ness ne the oroiiation with Crowninshield CrowninshieldThe
The independent newspaper is a little
cheeky cheek in offering to regulate the da d t
on the Philippines by advising the 1 1
to keep its mouth shut That is I
twbst what the minority ought net to do a
ru tscties tiled baiting and atUeks on a
noble nobleersuy oIt1e anuy are the he very verytltinyte r things UII to open c CI
the Jaw J smiths It of the majority JllRj rfbo side and 1 1
then til to make daiuphoeU of them tb c r rIns
Ins t b
BEEF AND EXPERTS EXPERTSThe
The Unfortunate Inmates of St StElizabeths StElizabeths StElizabeths
Elizabeths Victims of Both BothA BothA BothA
A REMEDY SUGGESTED SUGGESTEDThe
The Removal of Dr Ilicliiirdon the theExploded theExploded theExploded
Exploded Ohio Expert 1 X1 > > elt and tho thoAppointment
I IAppointment iAppolntrnettt
Appointment of a II Local Physician lhysloianof Physicianof I Iot
of Standing Stnndln and Recognized At Attninmcnta AttairtinentsThe i itldnment
tninmcnta tairtinentsThe The Beef Deef Trusts Men Menof Mcnof I Iof
of StrawThe Straw StrawThe Strtlwjlle
The inmates of St Elizabeths any more moretlmn 1110reUlan snorethan
Ulan the inmates of other public Institutionswho institutions institutionswiio Institutionswho
who are now uo eMtingTexa8 eating Texas bull meat insteadof instead insteadof insteallof
of native steers will not if reports be truebenefit true truebenefit tru trubenefit
benefit much by the contracts recently letto let letto letto
to local or city contractors It is alleged allegedthat al1egedthat allegedthat
that some if not all of these contractors contractorsare
are beef trust agents more or lees le and that thatthey thattile thatthey
they tile are simply man of straw the lie real con contractor contractor contractor
tractor being indirectly the octopus BeefTrust Beef BeefTrust BeefTrut
Trust The GLOBK is investigating these thesematters thesematters thesematters
matters and has a line on certain informa information information inforuiation ¬
tion which it will lay Is before its readers readerswhen readerswhen readerswhen
when the facts are further authenticated authenticatedMeanwhile authenticatedMeanwhile I Ireanwhi1e
Meanwhile we Ie perceive that the Ohio ex expert expert expert
pert in charge of St Ulizubetlis is above abovethe bove bovethe I Ithe
the law In other words Dr Richardson is ispracticing ispracticing j jpracticing
practicing the profession of medicine in the theDitrict lie lieDistrict I IDistrict
District of Columbia hi violation of law and andis andis j
is liable to the pains and penalties providedforauch provided providedlor i ifor
for forauch such violation Why Vhy they are not en enforced enforced emforced ¬
forced the lie Board of Health officials are in ina ina ina
a position to answerBy answer answerBy answerU
By U the laws of this District no personcan person personcan j jcan
can practice medicine without registration regiltrationand registrationand I Iand
and permission from the Board of Health j j
We fail to find the names of either Dr DrRichardson DrRichardson i
Richardson or Dr Clarke on the said saidregister saidregister saidregister
register Both are Ohio physicians phy icians and andwere andwere andwere
were imported here to run St Eliza Elizabeths Elizabethlliolelyon Elizas ¬
bethlliolelyon beths solely on the grounds that the Dis Dietrict District District
trict of Columbia famed abroad and athome at athome j
home for eminent members of the medical medicalprofession medicalprofeNion medicalprofession
profession contained no name among the thelist thelist thelist
list of its registered physicians equal in ex expert expert expert
pert insanity insallit to thatof Dr Richardsons of ofOhio ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio OhioThis OhioThis 0
This was exceedingly fortunate for Dr DrRichardson DrRlcbardllol1 DrRichardson
Richardson for just as the authorities and andpublic j jpublic i ipublic
public of the Buckeye state had discovered discoveredhow dhcoveredhow discoveredhow
how much the doctor knew as an insanityexpert insanity insanityexpert insanityexpert
expert and hind properly sized him up and andclaeifie andclasaiaed I Iclassified
classified < him with the has 11 b bun ens he hediscovered hediscovered liediscovered
discovered or was discovered by the ap appointing appointing appointing
pointing power here a as a suitable head forSt for forSt CorSt
St Elisabeths This was wa most fortunate fortunatefor fortunateforthe fortunatefortine
forthe for the doctor doctorOtherwise doctorOtherwise doctorOtherwise
Otherwise he would have been out of a ajob ajob ajob
job as his exploded qualifications as an in insanity insauityexlJert insanity ¬
sanity sauityexlJert expert had become a matter of legal legalrecord legalrecord legalrecord
record in OhioComing Ohio OhioComing OluoComing
Coming back to this matter of practicing practicinghis
his profession in the District without regis registration registration regisration ¬
tration and permit is there no n medical medicalsociety medicalsociet medicalsociety
society societ in Washington the lie business of ofwhich ofWhicb ofwhich
which is to see enforced the provisions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the law governing the case Can any re repudiated reo reopudiated repudiated ¬
pudiated expert come here and practice practiceon
on an exploded reputation in his native nativestate nativestate nativestate
state as a physician If there is to be no noenforcement 110ellforeenlent noenforeenietnt
enforcement of this statutory law govern governing governillg governing ¬
ing the lie practice of medicine in this Dis District District District ¬
trict what is the use Ille of enacting laws forthe for forthe I Ithe
the protection of the public from exploded explodedexperts explodedII explodedexperts
II expertsThere experts expertsThere ex IJerts IJertsThere
There is a solution however in the ease Qse of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr Richardson which we offer to his Ex Excellency Itxcdlenc Iixcehlency ¬
cdlenc cellency the President who has the ap appointing appointing appointing ¬
pointing power And that is supercede the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present head of St Elizabeths with a local localmember localmember localtuetuber
member of the profession There are many manyeminent lUallYocmimmt manyentirest
eminent names UUIS for Mr Roosevelt to todraw todrawfrom draw drawfrom drawfrom
from And the sooner it is done the lie better betterfor betterfor betterfor
for the unfortunate inmates of St Elizabethand Elizabeth Elisabethand Elizabethand
and the successful management I1lanlLement of thatinstitution that thatinstitution thatinstitution
institution institutionEquality institutionql1allty institutionEquality
Equality Jl1stlccIJibortrB JusticeLibort y E Plurlbus Plurlbl1sUnuln PhtribtisUnum PlurlbusUnum
UnumThe Unum UnumTue UnulnTlte
The GLOMK GLO is in receipt of the followingappeal following followingappeal
appealHL appeal appealHBVDfiUARTEKS I
HBVDfiUARTEKS HL > DQUtaTeu COLUMBIA INDURATION INDURATIONoi
oi LAHOK LAHOKWASHINGTON LAItOVASlUNGTON LanoLWAStlitioTo4
WASHINGTON D C May l1f 41151To YI tt igot igotTo ItO ItOTo
To tkt tll Wagr Wtlr forkersesd Workers ami J tktir Fritmis FritmisBROTXKRS Fr11ffIJl11V Frissularetltrtg
l11V l11VBROTXRRSThe retltrtgBaorxaas
BROTXKRS BROTXRRSThe The committee of the lie pro proposed propond proposed
posed central body bod most sincerely request requestyou requestyou requestyou
you to bring brill this thi matter to the attention of
organization as we most earnestly re ¬
your affiliation in the formation of
central centrallJody body The Central Labor Union
refused to extend the hand of friend ¬
to several legitimate trade unions
left us only one course to pursue and andlist
ia i to organize for the protection of our ourelve ¬
elve and our families This we have a
to do according to the laws law of God and
country We propose to work in liar ¬
with the Central Labor Union As A
believe an injustice to one is i the concern I
all we also believe belle in union there is i
and God help those who help
RALJTK Ru VGKKTON VGKKTONStcrHnty hJJJrrONS QLRTow QLRTowSSvctr
StcrHnty S SSvctr < < rtl Lary totfu JIM ComiHt e
Ralph Bgerton Jl < < erton City Poetoffice PoetofficeWho PottolliceWho leastoffceWho
Who has b been using a rubber pen holder j jn
n Auditor Castles CastleaoAce Castle oihe lCllt recently recentlyAs I I II
As a tribute to toth the only nlyold old soldiers thieve there therere
re two of us running rtuaningwHkly weekly newspapers J Jn
n Washington n the Senate Sena resolution names nameslaily I
papers alone as the medium JIIe hml through throughrhich tilrouAhlliek
an advertisement of Ute encampment encampmentegulationlllihal1
egulationlllihal1 shall be announced Thanks ThanksThe ThanksThe t tThe
J
c
The appointment of Lieutenant Ii lltnnt Potts otts to I I I Ihe Ih Ihe
he snap of naval attache Qt olte at Berlin is in j 4 <
with the promotion of Pension Pension8mntilotter i iemniissioii
emniissioii < r livens to the London con eonnelate 1 1ulate Illiate
elate Potts otta accused aeeuH Soli Seilley ley of cowardice I Inil t tlid
nil KVSHS vans referred to everybody thing Iline a 1 1laim 1fahtl
laim for p pension n ioti who served in the Civil t
as not only cowards skullkers and a 4 i tI
coolers but M general worthless dead I c catll
atll frauds and robbers robMrI
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MADDENMASHED MADDENMASHEDJustice llIADDEN IASHED iASIIEDJustice IASHEDJustice
Justice Bradley Administers a aRebuke aRebuke aRebuke
Rebuke to the AutocratHIS Autocrat AutocratHIS AutocratHIS
HIS OWN POSTAL LAWSSuperaedn LAWS LAWSSupercedo LAWSSupelocdn
Supercedo the Statutory Laws of the theLand theLl1l1tl theLaudSignal
Land LaudSignal Signal Victory Over thePostolhico the thePostofllco thelostoJ1lco
Postofllco DCJlItmoiat Department in the i MX MXelusion Bxelusion x xchusinm
elusion From tho Second Kate RatePrlvlleges KatePrivileges Untolrlvl1eJtcs
Privileges of Numerous Publican Publications PubUcntlolls Publicantions ¬
tions The Imported Canadian CanadianCrushed Canadian CanadianCrushed CRnlulhanCrnshotl
CrushedThird Crushed CrushedThird CrnshotlThird
Third Assistant Postmaster GluralloIlId GeueraloMadden General GluralloIlIddell Mad Madden
den got it in the neck the past wllelC wnel whenthat when whenthat whenthat
that emiuent wrist Justice Bradley handeddown handed handeddown lUUldeddown
down a decision on the Russian autoqratic autoqraticacts al1to9raticacts
acts of that last iraoorted Canadian If H Gaylorti Gay Gaylortl Gaylort
lortl Wilshire instead of migrating to toCanada toCanada toCanada
Canada had appealed to the courts he h would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have been put to the trouble and ex expense expeU8e expease
pease of expatriating himelf and his hiamagazine hismalC hismagazine
magazine malC zine to Toronto For certainly his hismagazine his1Il11g8aine hismagazine
magazine is more of a literary publication publieatiouithan publicationthan pnblicationthan
than the publication in favor of whichJustice which whichJustice whichJustice
Justice Bradley decided The case ClIme cnraebefore ClImebefore camebefore
before the court in the form of an injunc injunction injunction itaiuucion ¬
tion brought by R W Haynes and DuaneU Duane
E Fox counsel for the Railway Equip Equipment BquiplIlent quip quipanent ¬
anent and an < 1 Publication Company against agaitetPostmaster againstPostmaster acalnstPostmaster
Postmaster General Henry C Payne The Thedecision Thedecision Thedecision
decision was rendered upon the demurrer demurrerfiled demurrer61ed demurrerfiled
filed by the Postmaster General to the tI com complainants comnlaillants coins ¬
plainants bill for an injunction to prevent preventthe preventthe preventlie
the lie Postmaster General from charging chargingthudclass chartin chartinthudclass chargingtlnrd
tlnrd thudclass class rate instead of the aeond seaondclass seaondclassrate Iondclassrate class classrate
rate upon the complainants publication publicationknown publicationknown publiealioiknown
known as the Pocket List of RailroadOfficials Railroad RailroadOfficials RaihoadOfficials
Officials OfficialsThis OfficialsThill OfficialsThis
This was wa the first injunction case brought broughtto
to determine the power of the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral PoatmneterGeneral
General to charge the higher ll gher rate under a adepartmental adepartmental adepartmental
departmental regulation promulgated prom ulgatell onJuly on onJuly onJUly
July if loot 1901 Under this tit is amended amen ed regu regulation regulatiou regulation ¬
lation the Postmaster 10stma ter General has excluded excludedfrom excludedfroul excludedfrom
from the secondclass rate a very large largenumber larenumber largenumber
number of publications several of which whichcases wbichca whichcases
cases ca es are now pending in the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the District Justice Bradley also alsodecided alKdecided alsodecided
decided two mandamus cases case involving the theOfficial theOIRcial timeOfficial
Official Railway Guide and Official List UstThe riltThe ListThe
The purport of Justice Bradleys decision decisionis
is that the regulation promulgated by the thePostmaster thePostlll thePostmaster
Postmaster Postlll ter General goes beyond the til lawand law lawand lawand
and is i practically practicaUa AU rurjndment c m udment of the thela thelawhich law lawwhich lawwhich
which the Postmaster General Generalilaullo lisa no powerto power powerto pGwerto
to make In the mandamus case cases the thejustice thejustice timejustice
justice ordered writs to issue restoring the thesecondclass thesecoudchlN timeseeomd
seeomd secondclass class privilege to the publications publicationsinvolved publicationsInvolved publicationsinvolved
involved and in the injunction case the thejustice theJustice thejustice
justice continued the injunction preventing preventingthe
the Postmaster General from refusing rerusin to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry the Pocket List at the lower rate of ofpostage ofpostage ofpostage
postageAbout postage postageAbout postageAbout
About a week ago the Postmaster o twaster General Generalsought Geueralsought Generalsought
sought to have modified the applications applicationsfiled applicationsfiled applicationsfiled
filed by b the publishers in order to compel compelthem compelthem compelthem
them to give security for the difference be between between between ¬
tween the rates of the second and third thirdclass thirdclass thirdclass
class mail that the Postoffice Department Departmentmight Departmentmight Departuientmight
might be properly reimbursed should the thecases thecases thecases
cases be decided in favor of the depart department department departmeat ¬
ment This motion to modify was was over overruled overruled overruled ¬
ruled by Justice Bradley however as he hestated bestated hestated
stated he intended to render a decision decisioneffecting decillioneffectiug decisioneffecting
effecting these cases shortly shortlyIn
In his opinion Justice Bradley stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Postmaster General has read into the thelawa tbelaw thelaws
laws law a provision which he had no authority authorityto
to make in framing the regulations and andthat andthat andlint
that lint he had no right to bar the publications publicationsmentioned publicatiousmentioned publicationsmentioned
mentioned from the second class of mailmatter mail mailmatter mailmatter
matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The object of the ruling rulin was to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the sending of pure advertising sheets sheetsthrough sheetsthrough sheetsthrough
through the mails mail at the pound rate Thepostal The Thepostal Thepoatal
postal authorities included in this list a anumber anumber acumber
number of publications that are issued issuedmonthly issuedmonthly issuedmonthly
monthly and weekly by various firms and andbusiness andbusiness andbusiness
business concerns Most important among amongthese amongthese amongthese
these were the various railway guides uides and andpublications andpublications andpublications
publications relating to railway matters mattersThese mattersThe mattersThese
These The e papers books and magazines UlI lines are areissued areisslled areissued
issued to a certain class of people and con contain containllews contails ¬
tails tainllews news matter it was contended of im importance inlportanee ¬
portance to this class The directory ofrailway of ofrailway ormilway
railway officials of the United States State pub published publi8hed published ¬
lished in several of these books and papers paperswas paperswas paperswasgiven
was wasgiven given as an instance of the importancethese importance importancethese Importancethese
these publications are to the officer of ofother ofotber ofother
other railroads on account of the U changesthat changes changesthat crhangesthat
that are always al ways being made in the executive executivestaffs executivetaffs
staffs taffs of the great transportation lines of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country countryThere countryThere countryThere
There are between fifteen fiftee and ad twenty
now before the District courts Involv ¬
publications of a different claw that have
barred from the secoitdcliss mail
vitee viteelIrlIadln vilegea vilegeaMr
Mr lIrlIadln Madden must feel cons considerably iderably cheap ¬
at th the < reduction of his head to its nor ¬
site iae Of course coun the new Postmaster
while ostensibly the potty to the theuit
uit It has had nothing to do with the rulings
the deoartment and the exclusion of the
from the mails wail Madden in ¬
this war under Mr Paynes Pa pre ¬
r Emory Smith Swithof of fragrant Memory 1IelllOr
branched out from excluding fake ad ¬
medical and other schemes lie in
and folio form from the privileges
second claM matter to monthly map ¬
of the Wilshire class cla which are as
publications as a the daily twws ws
Madden even ven tackled weedy wlIl news ws ¬
the politics of which he did not ap ¬
and attempted to exclude all Mch ch
the Apfxal A to Ketsoti to William WilIla J Jan n
Bryans Bryan Commotur CommoturThe CMHlIHHUrThe Cosusoa r rThe
The Third Assistant simply lest his h bead ad
imagined that list his ipM i N dixit could kt set
and override statutory law IH fact factustice
Bradley specifically states tat in his 11 de tieilon ¬
that list Madden the P M C G enacted enactedaws oted otedawa
awa of his hi own and ignored the statutes Llll Lllluute
uute < by the Congress COII of the t1c United
governing postal po tal affairs affairsMr affairMr affairsMr
Mr Madden can HOW go away y back anti
a vacation to his hi native Canada hUM
have been repealed by a Federal judge
even Madd Maddens s impudence will not and
not reach b the height trf refusing bud nlr to top toC
p
Cease C beck t Mr fro H GajrUrd WlleJrin WllaItlNtJl
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