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so socalled ealled independent press pre9llis is the th depreca deprecatory depr deprecatory a atory ¬
tory tone and text of its remarks applied appliedto
to Southern Sontbern Senators Senators who like Tillman Tillmanspeak Tl1lmanspeak Tillmanspeak
speak warmly and pointedly on questions questionsaffecting questionsaffecting questionsaffecting
affecting the honor of their constitutents constitutentsand constitutentsand constitutentsj
j and states while no such reproofregret reproof jegret or ordeprecation orde1 ordeprecation
deprecation de1 > re tion are applied to Northern Sena Senators SenatO Senatots ¬
tots tO and their Southern colleagues of the theMcComas theMcComas theMcComas
McComas type of the Republican persua persuasion persuasion persuaSion ¬
sion We Ve are asked to accept as statesman statesmanlike statesmanlike ¬
like utterances the blatherskitings bait baitings baitings baittugs ¬ I
ings Bloody shirt shi lingo and undisguised undisguisedabuse u di9iruised
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abuse abu of Southern Senators and Southern Southernconstitutcnces Southerncoestitutences
constitutcnces by such men as Lodge Me McComa MeComae Ic IcCowu I
Coma Burton Clapp ttl 14 We are not notevea noteveB noteven
even supposed to be disgusted dlll usted at the de defense d dfense detense ¬
fense of the Philippine atrocities by these theseRepublican thescRepublican theseRepublican
Republican Senators who WIO cite as sufficient sufficientvindication sufficientindicatlon sufficienti
i vindication and excuse excu the treatment of the theblack thebluk theblack
black man in the Southern state as a a cit citizen citt eitiZen ¬
t zen and peer peerWhy peerI peerw
w I Why is this thus lhu might be inelegantly inelegantlyput Ineltl6ntlyput inelegantlyput
put to stay tay put until answered answer logically logi logically loglcan ¬
can cally by these so socalled Ooelled ealled independent independenteditors independenteditors independenteditors
editors who never omit to deductively deductivel find fledan findan fiDdan
an impartial verdict verdictagainstTtliman against Tillman etl etlThe d dalThe al alThe
The analogy between the treatment treatment of the thenegro tbenegro thenegro
negro in the South and the Filipino on his hisnative hisnative hisnative
native heath bears about the same relation relationto
to truth that fancy does to fact The negro negroof ne negroof o oof
of th the South is enjoying life liberty and andthe andthe andthe
the pursuit of happiness hap ine9ll the Filipino PllIpinois PllIpinoisbeing Pilipinoisbeing is isbeing
being butchered hunted like wild beasts beaststortured beaststortured beaststortured
tortured his women ravished and his coun country country coacttry ¬
try made mBdea a howling wilderness not in inisolated inilolated inisolated
isolated isolatedthe eases or in squads of tens or hun barnBreda hundreds ¬ I IJ
dreds but by provinces and the whole peo people peopie peopie ¬
J pie without regard to age or sex Per PerSmiths PerSmith PerSmiths
Smiths Smith order to 0 Waller The negro nero of theSouth the theSouth theSotlth
South is employed fed housed and edu educated edncated educated ¬
cated by the white man who first settled inand in inand inand
and developed the country and to whom whomthe wbomc wbomthe whomthe
c the country belongs by right of discovery discoverysettlement diaeoveryaettlement discoverysettlement
settlement and developmentTht development developmentThe developmentThe
The white man of the South is I not en engaged enggtd engagad ¬
gaged with a torch rch in one hand and a sword swordin j jin I
in the other devastating slaying and burn burning bumI burning ¬
I ing but the white man of the North NortkI NortkIIt if ifIt
It Is the administration and not the soldier soldierwho soldieri soldierwho
i who ic committing the atrocities in the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines which has shocked the civilized civilizedworld civilizedw civilizedworld
w world < Hld Waller Smith and Bell are but the theuniformed theuniformed theuniformed
uniformed tools and Secretary Root officially officiallystates officiallytates officiallystates
states that they have only carried out rule ruleicosigned ruleJooslgned ruleteosigned
icosigned by Abraham Lincoln LincolnThis UncolnThis IincolnThis
This assurdly outrageous assertion of the theSecretary theSeCtetary theSecretary
Secretary of War is on a plane with the theeulogies theeulo theeulogies
eulogies eulo les pronounced pron unced upon our hireling hirelingsoldiery hirelingsoldiery hirelingsoldiery
soldiery in the Philippines and identifying identifyingthem Identifyingthem identifyingthem
them as peers with the patriotic volunteers volunteerswho volnnteersho volunteersvho
who > ho shot to death the rebellion of the slave slaveholders slavebolders slaveholders
holders holdersThe boldersThe holdersThe
The worlds history establishes the one onepatent onepat onepatent
patent pat nt fact that hireling armies are invari invariably invariably Invariably ¬
ably cruel and ferocious witness the acts actsof act actoftlte actsof
of oftlte the Hessians in the Revolution soldiers soldierscan soldierscan soldierscan
can be cruel and and courageous This also has hasbeen hasj linei
j i been demonstrated hence the valor so soeulogized soI soeulogized
I eulogized eulo lzed in the Philippines by Northern NorthernSenators Nortllcrni NorthernSenators
Senators nators does not disprove the cruelty and andbarbarous andbarbarous
i 1 barbarous torture inflicted on the Filipinos Pllipinostheir Pl1iplntlstheir Filipinostheir
L their women and their children Enrico EnricoKarri EnricoFllrri EnricoPerri
Karri Professor in the Royal University at atRome atRome atRome
Rome scientific authority on criminal Inminalanthaopology criminalanthaopotogy criminalanthaopology
anthaopology and leader of the Socialist Socialistparty Socialistparty Socialistparty
party in the Italian Chamber of Deputies Deputiesin Peputlein
in writing of the social utilization of ofcrime ofj ofcrime
crime says 3Y on this head of soldier cruelty crueltyIt
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j It is also notorious that many soldierseven soldiers soldierseven soldierseV8n
even the bravest of them are simply ab abnormal abj ab abnormal ¬
j normal Jloimal individuals unfit for any method methodical methodI methodI ¬
I j I feat and useful work whose moral andsocial and andsocial andt
t f social sense is feebly developed so III thai lltzlor lltzlorI for forkern forthen
I then kern cruelty cru l it ofttn oJte iHicparablc fromI from fromtonrage fromltH4lr
I ta tonrage tonrageThis ltH4lrTills + ragt ragtThis
This precisely pre ly describes the conduct of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the soldiers Smith Bell Waller el al in inthe inthe inthe
the Philippines And this thl point the cruel cruelties CtueltJes cruelties ¬
ties and tortures having been established establishedla
la it ita a defense tkfO BC to cite the exceptional cases casesTrade caeacr
1 of Trade cr facial Cl l outrages in the South or in the theNfrith theN theNMtk
Nfrith N for that matter matterIstfctetbe matterJ matterha
J Istfctetbe IiI tMI die high order of statesmanship statesmanshipK stateentanshipRepssbU
i K RepssbU p Mkan n 8 Sesatprs aaa > offer eer Ker in defense del defense e of the theniliUrv thei themilitary
i military na liy i in the Pldlippisesto PWHppJaes PWIipl to screen acree and andjustify
justify the ttHifomed u ifen e4 Malefactors MalefactorsA > bs3efaconMa acton actona
> Ma A a Democrat r we would rejoice at the thepfvuxct theprcwpect
4 pfvuxct rf A f rang goi ai before the American ericanpeo ericanpeof peo peov
f v I > r Aith ith th thin thi Republican position of iutli iusIipi6Hw iutlibut lusl lusly
+ d y y pi6Hw > but that hnnwwMty hiu anity prompts us toy tod to
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ire such advantage in behalf of the help j jess I
lees ess human beings at the mercy of the theAmerican theAmerican tlueAmerican
American Herods on the other side i e of the thejlobe i iIobe
Iobe in an earnest appeal to cease invoklug invok invokng invoking
lug ng the wrath of a just God and d the collec collecive collective rollerLive
Live ive execration of a civtlicwl world by the thepolicy thepolley
policy now being pursued of a defensive defensivejustification defensivejusHication
for the tb issuance of the Smith Smithsrder
order to slay all over the age of ten years yearsind yearBnd
to make an alllllltir8 entire province prot n < < a howling howlingtnlderness howlinrwllderaess howlingwnldnrnesa
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Assistant Itopubllcuns JtopubllcansThere RopublicansThere I IThere
There are unmistakable unwistdab1thtdlcatiolls indications that thatthose I i
those so soaalled oalled Democratic Senators and audRepresentatives andRepresentatives
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Representatives who lsaaa haV been lying down downbefore donbefore downbefore
before Roosevelts administration for thesake the thesake tl1eSdke
sake of the small sop of r governmentpatronage government governmentpatronage gOTemmuntpatronage
patronage he has been throwing tbr wing them will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon have to take a back seat in the councils coun conncils councUs
cils of that Democracy DcmoCtac which they have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been betraying for an impecunious mess of ofpottage Ofpottage r rpottage
pottage pottageThe pottageThe pottageThe
The Rough Riders foxy policy is to throw throwthem tbrowthem throwthem
them a few small places for the more morehungry morehuulIyof morehungry
hungry huulIyof of their constituents very much as ashe asbe asire
he would throw a bone to a troublesome troublesomedog troublesomedog troublceomedog
dog to quiet him and thus buy them up at ata ata ata
a very cheap price These bese few mercenaries mercenariesand mercenariesand mercenariesand
and let us be thankful that the patty is infested in infested Infestec1 ¬
fested with but few of them have not beensagacious been beensagacious beensagacious
sagacious enough to notice the signs of the therising therising therising
rising storm that will quickly envelope envelopethem envelopethenl envelopethen
them and sweep sweep them to well deserved deservedouter deservedouter deservedouter
outer darkness and obscurity obscurityThe obscurityThe obscurityThe
The little opiate of Republican patronagewith patronage patronagewith patrouagewith
with which they have been bought has haslulled haslulled haslulled
lulled them to pleasant dreams which willere will willere willere
ere long be converted into an exceedingly exceedinglyunpleasant exceedinglyunpleasant exceedinglyunpleasant
unpleasant nightmare and it t will convinceeven convince convinceeven convinceeen
even these sleepy victims of a a pennysworth pennys pennysworth pennyswerth
worth of official dope that they have paid paidtoo paidtoomuch paidtoo
too too toomuch much for their whistleSeveral whistle whistleSeveral whistle wbistleSenral
Several Southern Senators and Repre Representatives RepreHJltaUns Representatives ¬
sentatives called Democrats by courtesy courtesyhave courtesyhave courtesyhave
have been the worst offenders in this re respect respect respect ¬
spect They have submitted to contemptu contemptuous ¬
ous treatment by the administration forthe for forthe forUle
the sake of a few crumbs of patronage patronageand patronageand patronageand
and often when representatives of the pressof press pressof preuof
of the country have sought interviews with withthem withtIlem withthem
them to get their views Iews on current c rrent public publicquestion publicquestionl publicquestions
question they have refused to give out a aword aword aword
word for fear of offending a Republican RepublicanPresident RepublicanPresident RepublicanPresident
President and thus having their littleperiodical little littleperiodical littleperiodical
periodical ration of official sop cut offA off offA oftA
A prominent Southern Senator is thelatest the thelatest thelatest
latest offender in this thi matter and he nowbids now nowbids nowbids
bids fair to be more prominent as a triflingappurtenance trifling triflingappurtenance tri lng lngappurtenance
appurtenance to the tail of Roosevelts dis discredited dlscredited discredited ¬
credited administration than as a servant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great Democratic state from which he liehails hehails hehails
hails and to which he will return in dis disgrace disgrace ¬
grace unless he quickly mends his ways waysHe waysHe waysHe
He will be conspicuous enough but itwill it itwill itwill
will be the conspicuousness of a very small smallstreamer smallstreamer smallstreamer
streamer floating on the uplifted tail of re republicanism reo reopublicanlsm repubifcanism ¬
publicanism Recently when this dillitante dillitanteDemocrat di11itanteDemocratwrote dillitanteDemocrat
Democrat Democratwrote wrote to one of the departments departmentsfor
for certain information needed in legislation legisla legislation 1eglslation ¬
tion his blsletter letter was treated with contemptu contemptuous conteniptuous ¬
ous silence not even an acknowledgment acknowledgmentof
of its receipt rec lpt being givenYet given givenYet
Yet this man who has been honored with withthe withthe withthe
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the dignity of a Senatorship by the confid confiding confidIng confidlug ¬
ing Democracy of a great state swallowed swallowedthe swa110wedthe swallowedthe
the insult ins lilt without a whimper by reason ofhis of ofhis ofhis
his proclivities as an assistant Republican RepublicanThe RepublicanThe RepublicanThe
The administration knew it had bought him himfor himfor hiimfor
for a very cheap mess of pottage and that thatit thatit thatit
it was useless to waste even a few minutes minutestime tulnutestime minutestime
time of a fourthclass clerk in answering answeringhis answeringhis
his hi letter What will ill the great people 1 > eople ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the state he pretends to represent think ofthis of ofthis oftbis
this supreme humiliation which their pea peanut peanut peanut
nut peddling Senator has brought upon uponthem uponthem uponthem
them themThe themTbe themThe
The giant Democracy of the country countrywhich countrywhich countrywhich
which can now be seen from all points pointsrising pointsrising pointsrising
rising up and girding its loins for a hopeful hopefulstruggle hopefulstruggle hopefulstruggle
struggle with victory in plain sight owesit owes owesit owesit
it to itself to give out the names of these theserecreants theserecreants theserecreants
recreants and traders who infest its rear rearLet rearLet rearLet
Let them be sent over the lines to the theenemy theeHemTwhere theenemTwlrere
eHemTwhere enemy where theybelonr they belong and let men that thatare tbatare thatare
are leal and true come < < Ime forward to the theranks theranks
I Iranks
ranks ranksThis ranksThl ranksThis
Thl This is not the time nor the occasion occa lon to totemporise totemporiae totemporise
temporise with double dealers and small smallfry smallfry mall mallfry
fry political sutlers who seek to be fed andsupported and andsupported andsupported
supported by the Democratic I > party whilethey while whilethey whilethey
they keep up a hucksterlike huckster like peanut traffic trafficwith trallcwith trafficwith
with the enemy enemyThese enemyThue enemyThese
These parasitic camp followers would do dowell dowell dowell
well to skurry off the field before the intpendinggrandsweep im impending 1mpending ¬
pending pendinggrandsweep grand sweep of Democratic cavalry cavalrythat cavalrythat cavalrythat
that will soon astonish their dopebeclouded dopebecloudedapology dopebecloudedapology dope beclouded becloudedapology
apology for brains The first duty of those thoseat thoseat thoseat
at the helm of the Democratic shin is to toclear toclear toclear
clear it of the obstructing barnacles that tlla tin tinfest in infest infeet ¬
fest its keel keelSecretary keelSeoretary keelSecretary
r Attention
Secretary Shaws aws awsAttention Attention to this thisMatter thisIatter thislatter
Matter MatterThere latterThere Iatter IatterThere
There is a suspicion suspicionand and it Is probably probablywell probablywell probablywell
well founded foundedthat that Frank A Vanderlip hasnot has hasnot halnot
not entirely relaxed his hold upon at least a apart apart apart
part of the working force of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDep TreasuryDepartment
Department Dep rtment It has come to the knowledge knowledgeof knowledeof
of some people that he makes his appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance every little while in Washington but buthe butbe butbe
be comes quietly and departs the same way wayHe waylIe wayHe
He is no longer heralded with a flourish ofpress of ofpress ofpress
press trumpets and he does not upon his thisarrival hisarrival llisarrival
arrival at the depot make mak make at once for newscaper news newsoaper newsDaper
caper row with slips already prepared announcing an announcing announcing ¬
nouncing his presence All that has been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken out of him His Munchausen stories storiesof storiesof storiesof
of absorbing the financial system of all allEurope allEurope allEurope
Europe in three three months are no longer longerspread longerspread longerspread
spread broadcast and with a modesty modestyhitherto modestyI modestyhitherto
I hitherto unknown to him he seeks privacy privacyrather privacyI privacyrather
I rather than publicity when his shoes gather gatherthe gatherthe gatherthe
the dust of the Capital Once upon a timelie time timehe timebe
he hunted up the representatives of the thepress thepress thepress
press gave them written statements of his hisgreatness bl8ItreatneH hisgreatness
greatness and what he had accomplished accomplishedetc accomplishedetc
etc Whence this change Why Wh does he henow benow henow
now conceal his movements Is he en enof eDgaged engaged
gaged 111 anything anthln that cannot cannotbearthe bear the lightof light IIgbtof
of day or has he suddenly been transformed transformedfrom traDsCormedfrom transformedfrom
from a blustering braggadocio to a well be behaved behaved behayed ¬
haved modest citizen That he is not nowa now nowa nowa
a swaggerer before the people of Washing Washington aahlng aahlngton ¬
ton is l apparent but that his nature has 11 beenso been beenso beenso
so changed that he has become a gentleman gentlemanof
of quiet deportment is i not for a moment to tobe tobe tobe
be believed believedThe believedThe believedThe
The City National Bank of o New York is i icorporatlou a acorporation acorporation
corporation well known to the country atlarge at atlarge atlarge
large It has ever since Iyman J Gage be became becaJUe became ¬
came Secretary of the Treasury had excep exceptional exceptional exceptional ¬
tional favors b bc bestowed < towed upon it At the risk ritkof rilleof riskof
of burning powder anew it is well to recall recalli recallthat
i that Omt worthy through this sane e Frank FtlDkr
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1 u Vanderlip made a bargain with < 1t11 the th fft CUtjr CUtjrNational p I
National Bank in the sale Ie of the custom custopilouse U8toinIlouse
louse in New York which whic created a scandal nd I
If f the truth is told the title of that custom customiou customl10Utie
iou e still remains in the Government Governmentlence GOVllrrtm t tbeuce
lence uo tax upon on it is levied and yetihc yetihcJnited yet flte flteUnited he
United States Stat are paying to Ui tM feme 71t1 Q d a aenttl II IIrental arental
rental of many thousand dollars par annum annummd oIInUlnand rrtnum rrtnumand
and will continue cORtin to pay it for 3 Je jeers ears ri In Iniddition 111addition Inaddition
addition the bank is a depository lIIepo ltory of the theJnited theUnited theUnited
United States and has in its vaults vaultsor or has hasoaned hasloaned
loaned it out to its customers cUitomers80lIIe some fifteen fifteensillious Aftee1 Aftee1mil1iolJs
sillious of dollar Most probably the thealter thelatter thelatter
latter alter for the City National Bank dont keep keepnoney keepmoney keepmoney
money in its vaults when it can be loaned loanedut loanedou
ou > ut with w th profit Koat That bank has deposits depositsexceeding dep depositsexceeding elts eltsexceedin
exceedin exceeding that of any ten other banks in inthe hithe inthe
the country countryFrank countryFrank countryPrank
Frank A Vanderlip soon after his return returnfrom returnfrom returnfrom
from abroad whence he had been at Gov Govrnmental Governmental Cow
ernmental expense expenseIt it has been charged chargedwas charedwas chargedwas
was made seventh vicepresident of the theCity theCity theCity
City National Bank and simultaneously it itwas itwas itwas
was said that he was made a gobetween be between between between ¬
tween the bank aud the Treasury Department Depart Department D part partm ¬
ment ment m nt When the accusation was made madeGage madeGage madeGage
Gage never denied it and Vanderlip kept keptsilent keptsilent keptsilent
silent Had the charges been untrue it itwould itwould itwould
would have been the proper thing at once onceto onceto onceto
to give it an indignant and unqualified de denial tlevial tenial ¬
nial If true it was was a scandal an outrage outrageupon outrageupon outrageupon
upon the people and an unjust discrimin discrimintion ition i ition
tion against other banking institutional ifuntrue Ifuntrue If Ifuntrue
untrue it was a libel upon the head of theTreasury the theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury and his assistant under which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they ought not to have rested I ested Honest Honestmen HOJcstmen Honestmen
men dont like to lay under such accusation accusationand accusationand accusationand
and as a rule do not submit to them tamely tamelyBut tamelyBut tamelyBut
But submit these two men did and they theysubmit theysubmit theysubmit
submit now and the charge remains remainsblazoned remainblazoned remainsblazoned >
blazoned in type type and known to the world worldand worldand worldand
and the two former treasury officials still stillmake Itl11make stillmake
make no denial denialNow denialNow denialNow
Now the question arises if the chargewhich charge chargewhich chBrgewhich
which was made was true at the time nude nudeit madeIt nudeit
it is pertinent to ask do such sue relations relationsstill reltl relatigasstill ns nsstUl
still continue Is Vanderlip still till a go gobetween gobutwee gobetween
between the bank and all1tbe the Treasury Tieas TreasryDc TreasryDcpartment r3 I De Department Department ¬
partment Are exceptional ex < < ptlonat advantages advantagesgiven advsntageAgiven advantagesgiven
given to the bank through him as Its Itsseventh Itsseventh itsseventh
seventh vicepresident Are his visits to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington made with ith reference to his hisconnection hisconnection hisconnection
connection with the bank and his h former formerconnection Corwt formerconnection = r rconnection
connection with the Treasury Department Depcrttnsntor Dep rtmllnt rtmllntor
or are they purely of a social nature ature It Itmay Itmay Itmay
may not be the business of the outside outsideworld outsideworld outsideworld
world world which induces his visits but from Tramthe fromthe fromthe
the odors of official malfeasance which whichcling widchcling whichcling
cling to him it is perhaps other peoples peoplesbusiness peoplesbuslneSi peoplesbusiness
business It is well known that his transactigns trans transactions tronsactiqns ¬
actions many of them were shady His Histime Histime Histime
time clock episode in which he was ac cccased accused accused ¬
cused of taking in a commission became a apublic apublic apublic
public nuisance and the time clocks cloI = had ltl to tobe tobe tobe
be abolished by an act of Congress That Thathowever Tbathowever Thathowever
however did not cover the commission commissionback commissionback commissionback
back into the Treasury if he had ever evergotten evergotten evergotten
gotten it This with other transactions trnns3ctlonsa trnns3ctlonsajunketing transactionsajunketing a ajunketing
junketing trip to the West Indies Indl for in instance Instanceshoweflthat instanceshowed ¬
stance stanceshoweflthat stanceshowed showed that neither neltherVanderlip Vanderlip Vanderlip nor norGage norGage norCage
Gage were careful with governmentfunds governmentfundsIt governmentfundsItwas
It Itwas was such scandals sean dais and perhaps some something something something ¬
thing darker which drove the former from fromoffice fromoffice rom romolftce
office and later drove his chief into ob obscurity obeurlty obscurity ¬
scurity eurltyTaking
t tTaking aTaking
Taking everything everythi g into consideration it itbecomes Itbecome Itbecomes
becomes a grave question whether the City CityNational CityNatiolJlil CityNationel
National Hark of New York through tins tinsman this tlJISDlan thisman
man Vanderlip atm has iu grip rip upon the the1Treasury tlt tltTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Department Secretary haw bawsllould hawshould hawshould
should look to it lest he b become tarred tarredwith ta tarredwith red redWiUl
with the stick that Gage and Vanderlip Vanderlipleft Vanderlipleft Vanderlipleft
left behind them A little investigation investigationinto inv investigationinto tigatlon tigatloninto
into Vanderlips methods will do him no noharm no noharm noharm
harm and may relieve him himor of future em embarrassment emb embarrassment ¬
barrassment b < < rrassment He should at anile see to it itthat Itthat itthat
that the bank which was Cages pet and andwhich anllhlch andwhich
which hlch has hired Vanderlip as its tool toolthrough tooltbrough toolthrough
through Gage for nobody believes the thebank thebank thebank
bank would have created an office for that thatcreature thatcreature thatcreature
creature save for favors granted it itgets gets no noadvantage noadvantage noadvantage
advantage over overother other financial financlnllorporations financlnllorporationsThere corporations corporationsThere corporationsThere
There are other abuses existing today todaywhich todaywhich todaywhich
which could be probed with benefit to the thetaxpayer tbetaxpayer thetaxpayer
taxpayer How the Civil Service is abused abusedand abusedand abusedand
and how a creature is detailed to spy upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his fellows is a story that would make un unsavory utsavory ansavory ¬
savory but mighty interesting readingEnough reading readingEnough readingUnongb
Enough has been said for the present sent It Itis Iti Itis
is i only desirable now to call Secretary SecretaryShaws SecretaryShaws SecretaryShaws
Shaws attention atte Uotl to what has been done donewhat donewhat donewhat
what has been charged and if the samestate same samestate samestate
state of affairs exist put an end to them or orif orIf orif
if they dp up not exist promptly tell the pub public publIc public ¬
lic he has made mad an investigation and there thereis thereis thereis
is no foundation for them themA themAPlopbet themAProphet
Prophet A inthoSoar In the Sear and andYellmvLeaf andYellmvLeafHis Yellow Leaf LeafHis Jeafnis
His eminent straddleship Congressman CongressmanGrosvenor Conrre8manGrosvenor CongressmanGrosvenor
Grosvenor member of the Hamerican HanericanOuse HamericanOuse lIamericanOuse
Ouse of Commons from rom the brush fence fencedistrict fencec1lstrict fencedistrict
district composed of a few few hill counties of ofsoutheastern ofsouthealtern ofsoutheastern
southeastern Ohio where they do not re respect respect respeet ¬
spect a baronet half as much as they do a apeck apeck apeck
peck of peanuts is trying to fix up a amachine amachine amachine
machine of his own ownIt ownIt ownIt
It is to be constructed of the shattered shatteredremains shatteredremains shatteredremains
remains of his well worn mouthpiece his hisout hisout lifeout
out of date calculator and his ancient set setof setof Setof
of prophesies He expects to ride ths thfqueer thsqueer thsqueer
queer construction when he h = gets it nailed nailedtogether nailedtogether nailedtogether
together into the Senatorship from Ohio Ohiotwo Ohiotwo Ohiotwo
two years hence if Hanna fails to land landagain landaltai landagain
again againIt altai againIt n nIt
It is doubtful however if the subsidy subsidystatesman subsidystatesman subsidystatesman
statesman will let him play on this machine machineeven machineeven machineeven
even if the work of construction now so socarefully 80 80carefully socarefully
carefully going forward is carried to com completion completlon completion ¬
pletion At all events f itis is highly probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that the man who succeeds Hanna in the theSenate theSenBte theSenate
Senate will be a Democrat and a worthy worthysuccessor worthysucces worthysuccessor
successor succes or of the noble old Roman Allen G GThurman GThurman CThurman
Thurman ThurmanI ThurmanThe ThurmanThe
I The silverywhiskered sage from the theshores theshores theshores
shores of the HockHocking has made madesuch madesueh madesuch
such an exhibition of senile impotency In Inhis iuhis inhis
his attempts at statesmanship this session sessionthat sessionthat sessionthat
that there is no one to do him reverence on oneither oneither oneither
either side of the House He shows no noforward noforward noforward
forward movement in these days except exceptfrom exceptfrom exceptfrom
from the impetus given Iven by the stalwart stalwartkicks stalwartI stalwartkicks
kicks he receives from the more active active I and andalert anda1ert andalert
alert members of the House Singularly Singularlyenough Singularlyenough Singularlyenough
enough it is I the more able men of his own ownparty ownparty ownparty
party who have been the most conspicuous conspicuousn
in n using him as a football Men like likeCushman likeCusluBan likeCushman
Cushman Littlefield Hepburn and others othersDoubtless otherPoubtlCt18 othersDoubtless
Doubtless the explanation is that they are aretired aretired aretired
tired of his dog dOIrlntbemanger > inthemanger in the manger churlishflees churlish churlishncM cburllshn
flees n M at member of the committee on rulw rulwin rulJ8I rules rulesin
in trying to reduce r ncc the talent ability and andenterpmr andenterpri andenterprise
I
enterprise in the Hatwe l e to ciphers on the theleft theleft
1
left of h his lJl + own insignificant figure figureThe figureCnt figureThe
The cuter bird hide of the House noon foundthat found foundthat fouudthat
that this thi cornfield jrnfi ld bugaboo wa was only a ai ItI ai
i tesdeep mad 1IIa p icarecrow that could hurt nothing notJdnci
i
Cusbruan CuahJ 4n made of him what is vulgarly vulgarlycalled VUlgarlycalled vulgarlycalled
called a a monkey and a aholy holy show III ow It re reminded reminded reminded ¬
minded one very much ml1 of the sportive way wayin wayin wayin
in which the festive Ham Lewis also of the thestate thestate thestate
state of Washington used us usSd d to exhibit him in ina ina ina
a former Congress CongressThe CO CongressThe rCss rCssThe
The erstwhile prophet could do nothing nothingbut notbinrbut nothing nothingbut
but stand and a gate in futile p8toniahment pstonielrmentwhen p8toniahmentwhen astonishment astonishmentwhen
when LittUfields Littk Littlufields ld shafts penetrated his hishardened Illshardened hishardened
hardened cjjjele ct ticle and in his bout with withPete withPete withPete
Pete Hepburn he showed up about like a atottering atotterillX atottering
tottering lay figure as against an all around aroundathlete arouDdathlete aroundathlete
athlete Bach of them tore off blJlons blJlonsskin h1silonsskin hl ions ionsskin
skin as fast as he could put it oti oil uridis uridismayed tiridls tiridlsmayed tindismayed
mayed by the music of his hi bray and un unterrified unterrified unterrified
terrified by the length of his ears earsPerhaps earsPerhaps earsPerhaps
Perhaps it is just as well that the Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican quota quotaof of the committee on rules rulesshould rulesshould rulesshould
should at present be made up of discredited discreditedwooden discreditedwooden discreditedwooden
wooden images as itwill be shorn of its itsusurped Itsusurped itsusurped
usurped and pemftXouj a power p Wer all the thesooner thesooner thesooner
sooner i ti tiAs i iAs
r
As to Grosvenors torisumirig = iittmtr v g desire to tobe tobe tobe
be Senator it reminds us of a good friend friendof friendof friendof
of ours an honest digger of ditches in iuswampy inswampy inswampy
swampy places pla es who said he would like to tobe tobe tobean
be bean an archbishop because ttiaa tis CIa a nice clone cloneaisy claneaisv caneaisy
aisy job begorra Though from this it itmay Itmay itmay
may appear that our friends are among the thehonest thehonest thehonest
honest toilers and the sages sage among the thebutlers thebutlers thebutlers
butlers and barons of Piccadilly and nd the theStrand theStrnnd theStrand
Strand we hope he will not make fun of us uson uson uson
on this account out out in the eleventh district districtwith districtwith districtwith
with the big bl Democratic Pem cratic county Unt1 shout to tobe tobe
I
be added
I
The Question at at Issue IssueThe IssuoThe 88IiO 88IiOTle
The debate on the Philippine bill to towhich towhich towhich
which we have several times alluded has hasduring hasdnrlng hasduring
during the past week developed much bit bitterness bitternes bitterness ¬
terness We are not surprised Persons Personsengaged Personsengaged ersons ersonsengaged
engaged in a bad cause seldom quit without withoutmaking withoutmaking withoutmaking
making it worse and the th = Republican Sena Senators Senators Senators ¬
tors certainly have made a spectacle of ofthemselves ortbemtelve ofthemselves
themselves When in the beginning charges chargesof
of cruelty were made they were deniedbut denied deniedbut
but when proofs were produced showing showingbarbarous sbowln sbowlnbarbarous showingbarbarous j
barbarous warfare beyond a reasonable reasonabledoubt reasonabledoubt reasonabledoubt
doubt the tactics were changed A per perfunctory perfunctory ¬
functory deprecation an affected regret that dratsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such things should be then a palliation by bytrying b btrlng bytrying
trying to show how much worse somebody somebodyelse somebodyelH somebodyelse
else had been This is the worst the most moatpitiful mostpitiful mostpitiful
pitiful phase of the situation It is now nowadmitted nowadmltted nowadmitted
admitted that barbarities have been prac practiced practlced practiced ¬
ticed that the torture of the water cure has hasbeen hasbeen linebeen
been resorted to that General Smith gave gaveorders gaveorders gaveorders
orders to kill and slay all persons personsnot not nil nilmales aUmales allmales
males but bu butall all al persons over the age of f ten tenyears tenyearsjn tenyears
years yearsjn in Samar ond pd make that island a ahowling ahowtlng abowling
howling wilderness wilderness yet the deprecation of ofsnch ofsnch ofsncl
snch horror 9nor Is accompanied a < ol1lpanied by language of ofapology ofapal ofapology
apology apal gy which language of apology when whenread whenreadlfetween whenread
read readlfetween between the lines justifies the very veryaction veryactlonlcpr veryaction
action actlonlcpr jthpretends bbpretends sith tends to condemn condemnThe condemnrhe
The outrages dJfages of the Civil War have been beeni beenculled beencalled
culled i forthm fort f 1 ivil ivilto o om their tombs and and madeto made madeto <
to do duty dutyTrl T4 riiVjustifying jl1sUfying barbarous practices practicesupon practicesupon practicesupon
upon a semicivilized sel1tJ civilized people by a people peoplewholly peoplewltoUy peoplewholly
wholly Christianized and said to be the themost themost themost
most enlightened in the world Admitting Admittingfor
for the moment that all the intolerance intoleranceshown intolerancehown intoleranceshown
shown or charged to both sides from 1861 x 8z to
1865 are true and then saying what is done donenow done donenow clonenow
now in the tb Philippines is not so bad or at atleast atleut atleast
least no noworsehow noworse worse how can that justify an in intelligent Intelllxent intelligent ¬
telligent people peopleJn in practicing cruelty upon upona
a weaker nation Have our Christian citi citizens cltlzens citizens ¬
zens learned nothing in thirtyseven years yearsof yeanof yearsof
of peace Has the spread of learning the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building of schoolhouses the tbemultipllcatlon tbemultipllcatlonof Multiplication Multiplicationof
of churches where civilized bests worship a ajust ajust ajust
just dod taught the the people of America Americanothing Americanothing Americanothing
nothing Is the tb difference between Chris Christianity ChristlanitycivUized Christfanitycivilized
tianity tlanitycivUized civilized Christianity Christianityand and bar barbarism barbarism barbarism ¬
barism so small that at the slightest pretext pretextthat pretexttbat pretextthat
that civilization is i thrown to the winds and andit andit andit
it becomes barbarity barbarityIs barbatity barbatityIs
Is there after afle ail nought between heathen heathensavagery heathensavagery heathensavagery
savagery and Christian civilization but a aveneering aveneering aveneering
veneering so thin that a breath can dissi dissipate dlssipOnte dissipate ¬
pate pOnte it and all mankind stand together in inthe intlte inthe
the naked deformity of brutality We hope hopenot hopenot hopenot
not yet it looks 100ks1ike like it When men of edu education education education ¬
cation of learning and apparent refinement refinementstand refinewentstand refinementstand
stand stand up in the American Senate and plead pleadin pleadfn pleadin
in justification of admitted wrongs and out outrages outrages outrages ¬
rages acts of forty years ago that ought to tobe toQe tol
l be e forgotten what hope is there of a nil niillenium mUlenium nillenium
lenium What hope is there that the hu liumanising humanising ltumanilng ¬
manising teachings of the sermon on the themount themount themount
mount will take the place of the hissing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bullet the roar and crash crash of artillery artilleryIs
Is it true that the Christianising of a people peoplemust peoplemust peoplemust
must be preceded by fire and sword A Apeace Apeace Apeace
peace can be procured in tile Philippines PhilippinesThere PhilippinesTbere PhilippinesThere
There are seventy millions of Americans Americansskilled Awerleansskilled Americansskilled
skilled in the arts of war own huge battle battleships battleships battleships ¬
ships gun factories by the hundred The ThePhilippines ThePhilippines ThePhilippines
Philippines number but ten millions millionsThey millionsThey millionsThey
They have no navy no n rifle shops many manyof manyof manyof
of them have nought but naked bodies and andbows andbows andbows
bows and arrows wherewith to fight They Theycan Theycan Theycan
can be whipped they can be given the al alternative alternative atternative ¬
ternative to tl accept a government they dont dontwant dontwant dontwant
want or die dieNow dieNow dieNow
Now the question comes home to the theAmerican tlteAmerican theAmerican
American people as to whether they will willcontinue willcontinue willcontinue
continue a brutal barbarous warfare sub subdue subdue subdue ¬
due a defenseless people and be content contentwith contentwith contentwith
with that policy while orators stand up and andjustify andjustify andjustify
justify such warfare by saying somebody somebodyelse somebodyelse somebodyelse
else in times past have done something al almost atmost ¬
most as bad badIf badIf
If barbarism was practiced during the theCivil tbeCivil theCivil
Civil War it was a shameful thing no mat matter matter matter ¬
ter which side indulged in it If true it itcannot Itcannot itcannot
cannot excuse what is being done now In Inour Inour Inour
our our judgment and we do not standalone in inthis inthis inthis
this belief when the light has been en turned turnedont turnedon turnedon
ont on Secretary Root will not have reason to tobe tobe tobe
be proud of the fact that he has officially officiallyauthorized officiallyauthorizedor officiallyauthorizedor
authorized authorizedor or if not authorized authodzedjultified justified it itall Itall itall
all
Two Important Reports ReportsThere ReportsThere ReportsThere
There are two reports knocking around aroundsomewhere aroundsomewhere aroundsomewhere
somewhere in the offices of the Executive ExecutiveMansion ExecutiveMa ExecutiveMansion
Mansion Ma lslolt One is the report on the British Britishmilitary Britishmilitary Britishmilitary
military base of supplies in New Orleans Orleansand Orleansa Orleansand
and a d the other is the report of the national nationalofficers nationalofficers nationalofficers
officers of the Grand Army of the Republic Republicon
on H Clay Evans mismanagement of the thePension tlteFenslon thepension
Pension Office The public is interested in inboth iitboth tobothof
both bothof of these reports and the old veterans veteransare veternnsare veteransare
are especially concerned in that Grand Army Armydocument Armvdocument Armydocument
document inasmuch as the t e Commissioners Commissionerspromotion Commls Commissionerspromotion ioners ionerspromotion
promotion to the best paying payl Ir office in the thegift thegIft thegift
gift of f the President has followed its filing filingHas fiUngJIBS filinglisa
Has the National Committee C mmlttee G A R Rracommended Rrecommended Rrecommended
recommended Evans and approved his rob robbery robbery robbery
bery of the th veterans We hope not In Inj Infact
j i fact we know to the contrary contt1 and the un uni unfavorable
i I favorable nature of the document no doubt
accounts for its retention in the executive executiveoffice executiveoffice
II
office officeThe officeTl1e officeThe
The suppression of the report of our ourmilitary ourJUllitary ourmilitary
military officer who visited the British Britishbase BritishbaM Britishbase
base of supplies near New Orleans indicates indicatesits indicatesIts indicatesits
its nature and that it confirms the charges chargesmade charge8JUade chargesmade
made by General Pearson and others othersSecretary othlrsSecretary othersSecretary
Secretary of State State10hn John Hay has probably probablythreatened probablytllreatened probablythreatened
threatened again to resign from the cabinet cabinetif
if his friends the English are embarrassed embarrassedor
or annoyed by the submission of this thi pro proBoer proBoer proBoer
Boer finding to Congress and hence it too toois tooIs toois
is held 11t ld up by order of the President Pre ldent Mean Meanwhile Meanwbile Meanwhile ¬
while the campaign accumulations of the theDemocracy thePemocracy theDemocracy
Democracy are piling up as from Presi President President ¬
dent to Senator the Republicans are furg fur furnishing furnishing ¬
nishing material enough to fill a daily sup supplement supplement supplement ¬
plement as large as the blanket sheets of a aNew aNew aNew
New York Sunday newspaper An effort efforthas effortl efforthas
has l as been made with the Senate Committee Committeehaving Committeehaving Committeehaving
having the nomination of Evans in charge chargeto
to call for the G A R report which the thecommittee thecommittee
committee resented by unanimously recom recommending recommeudin ¬
mendJll mending the confirmation of the soldier soldierhater soldierhater soldierhater
hater maligner and libeller of the men menwho menwho menwho
who saved the Union UnionPush Unionlush UnionPush
Push the Work WorkSouthern WorkSouthern VorkSouthern
Southern Democrats who only have to tocount tocount tocount
count their the r majorities jn Congressional dis districts districts distrills ¬
tricts can scarcely realize the value of tak taking taking ¬
ing time tIine by the forelock and pushing the thework thework
work of the campaign in close Congressional Congres Congressional ¬
sional districts above the Mason and Dixon Dixonline Dixonline Dixonline
line It is all very well w ll to feel ones way as ashe aslie
he goes or to avoid the error error of making makinghaste makinghaste
haste slowly but it is unwise and traceable traceableto
to Southern conditions to express doubts doubtson
on a too early earl organization or inauguration inaugurationof
of the Congressional campaign campaignThere mmpalgnThere campaignThere
There is not a Democrat in the fighting or orclose orclose orclose
close districts who does not feel that the theCongressional theCongressional theCongressional
Congressional Committee ought to be at atwork ilLwork acwork
work and iu full swing a month ago in instead instead instead ¬
stead of being still in its preliminary stages stagesof stagesof stagesof
of organization However Howevcrthe the e meeting meeoUnofthe meeoUnofthecommittee of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee the past week has given promise promisethat promisethat
that the work will now be pushed forward forwardChairman forwardChalrnlan forwardChairman I
Chairman Griggs will appoint the cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign committee in a few days and the thereal thereal thereal
real work of electing a Democratic Con Congress Congress Congreaa ¬
gress will commence and with every every indi indication indlcation iadication ¬
cation of a triumphant termination to its itslabors Itslabors itslabors
labors in November NovemberI
I iThere L There are only nine ladies under suspicion suspiqionof
of being in love with Auditor Castle Gay Gayold Gayold Gayold
old duck duckIsnt isnt he heThe lieThe heThe
The junior Ohio Senator does not propose proposethat proposethat proposethat
that Major Rathbone shall write a book bookWhat bookWhat bookWhat
What I Know About Hanna Hence the theassured theBSlured theassured
assured safety of the late looter of Cuba CubaMr CubaMr CubaMr
Mr Reeves has been pardoned and is iseligible IIellilble iseligible
eligible for election or appointment to tooffice tooffice tooffice
office Senator Hanna knows the law and andhe andbe andhie
he hie will enforce enforl it tool too See if he dont dontWe dOlttVe dontWe
We Ve expect soon to see the Filipino water watercure watercure watercure
cure applied to some of the clerks around aroundthe aroundtbe aroundthe
the departments especially if they happen happento
to know too much and there i 18 danger of ofthelwaying ofthel oftlsir
thel thelwaying aying ylnr anything anythingThe anytblngTJe anythingThe
The power house site should have some something something something ¬
thing dumped on it instead of tin cans and andthe andtbe andthe
the contents of overloaded stomachs st macJs from fromthe CrouttIle ironsthe
the Division Even a municipal building buildingwith builc1hUlwltIl buildingwith
with a Hullowney and his bis his beart bear garden gardenwould gardenwould gardenwould
would be preferable preferableThe preferableTbe
preferableu preferableuThe
The memorial services serices of the late Amos AuiosJ AmoJ
J Cummings under the auspices auspice of the theTypographical tbeTYPOiraphlcal theTypographical
Typographical Union at Chases Grand GrandOpera GrnndOpem GrandOpera
Opera House this afternoon afernoon will draw the thelargest tbelargest thelargest
largest gathering of people the theater ever everheld everbeld everheld
held He was the friend of labor and the thechampion thechamplonof thechamptbnf
champlonof champion of the massesIt masses massesIt wassesI
I
It I took us only onl a few years to qualify the theDon Hie Hieof theDonnigger
Donnigger Don nigger of Cuba for self sl goveniment goverrinientThe government governmentThe govenimentThe
The object lessons of Rathbone Neelyand NeelyandReevee NeelvandReeve Neely and andReeves
Reeves Reeve were were great aids in the civilizationprocess civilization civilizationprocess civlation civlationproce8
process proce8 Smith Smih Bell Del Co in the Philip Philippines Phip Phipplne Philippines
pines plne are less Ie fortunate with the Don Donma Donmalay Donmalay ma malay
lay
That Massachusetts Malschusetts yankey lawyer who whogasconaded whogasconnded whogasconuded
gasconaded as Secretary Secretar of the Navy and andbrought andbrought
brought the greatest scandal scndal upon that arm armof armof armof
of the service in the entire history of the theGovernment tle tleGovernment theGovernment
Government has been shooting off of his hismouth hisJUouth hismouth
mouth again Why will the associated a8ooiated press pressreport pressreport pressreport
report the peevish vaporlngs of this tlls little littlebackwoods litte littebackwoods littlebackwoods
backwoods yankey 1yer 1yerIf lyerI 1 yer yerIf
If I the status of the exsoldier ex soldier does net netimprove ne netimprove
improve in the departments it I will wi be our ourpainful ourpainful ourpainful
painful duty when the G A R encamp encampment encampment encampment
ment assembles asembles to use our mouth and ad our ourpen ourpen ourpen
pen Grosvenor Beach Brown the man manwith manwith manwithi
with the iron jaw and other members of ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the G A R R House of Lords know that we wecan 1e 1ecan wecan
can do both We have played play = d buzsaw buzsawwith buzsawwith buzsawwith
with them in several national and state stateencampments stateencampment stateencampments
encampments encampmentsSenator encampment encampmentSenator encampmentsSenator
Senator Tillman has given the tbePemocracy tbePemocracya Democracy Democracya
a Roland for the Presidents Oliver Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt in his adaress adnre8 to the cadets cadetz exclaimed ex exclaimed exclatmed ¬
claimed the flag will wistay stay put putl and the theRepublican tbeRepublcan theRepublican
Republican Republcan postmasteredited postmasteredled sheets have haveadopted haveadopted haveadopted
adopted it as a slogan slo anSenator Senator Tillman Tlman as asthough asthough asthough
though in reply to this shibboleth in his hisspeech hisspeech hisspeech
speech on the Philippine Phlppineatrocitcuetorted PhlppineatrocitcuetortedWe atrocities retorted retortedWe retortedWe
We want no star sta pinned to our flag fag with wih a abayonet abayoneU abayonetl
bayonet For elegance of expression expreson and andtrue andtrue andtrue
true American sentiment the South Caro Carolinian Carolinian Carolinian ¬
linian has certainly certalnl flagged the Rough Rider Riderj Rder RderI RderThe RiderThe
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j The attack on the Moro fort ort was a gallent gal gallant gallant ¬
lant military mitary feat even should it turn tur ont ontto Olt Oltto outto
to be something less marvelous marelous than the theenthusiastic theenthusiastc theenthusiastic
enthusiastic enthusiastc Davis thinks it was To de describe describe ¬
scribe a successful assault by 470 men menarmed menarmed menarmed
armed with Krng Kra rifles rfle and artillery artiery upon
300 semibarbarians eemi barbarians armed with krisses krissesparqugs krsses krsses1arqngs krlssespargnge
parqugs 3 and kampilans kampianswhatever kampilanswhatever whatever those thoseunearthly thoseunearthly thoseunearthly
1arqngs
unearthly engines of war may maJ be beas as the themost themost themost
most gallant Sind and nd courageous feat of arms armsever armseer armsever
ever eer heard 11erd of is to come perilously periously near to tobeing tobeing tobeing
being ridiculous rdlc lous But perhaps General GeneralDavis Generl GenerlDavis GeneralDavis
Davis never heard of Thermopylae Cawn Cawnpore Cawnpore Cawnrpore
pore the Alamo Stony Point P lnt or even of ofSplon ofSplon ofSpion
Splon Kop KopPMladt Philadelphia Ma North Amtri Amtrican A Amerieak r
can an
canWell
Well Wenit it was ws the most gallant gallt and cour courageous courageous courageous ¬
ageous feat fet 6f arms ever heard herd of orby orbyI ofbychildren by byi
i children clldren killers kilers and howling howlng wilderness wildernessmakers wldene wildernessmakers
I makers What Whatcan can you expect from such suchgallant sllchJ suckgallant
> gallant commanders Qmwanderl Qmwanderld
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A MISTAKEN IIST AIEN hANIs HAN HANIs MAN MANIs
Is H Gaylord Wilshire Wishire Mill Millionaire Mi Millionaire ¬
ionaire Socialist Socalst Charging ChargingTO Ch ChargingTO rging rgingT
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TO T 0 THE T H E IRISH I R ISH VOTE VOTEThe V VOTEThe 0 T E ETho
The ChniiRO C HUgO of 1lan in the Abandon AlmndoitcilVtsit Abandor AbandorcdVislt Abandoneil
cilVtsit eil Vtsit of the Presidents Daughter Daughterto Dau hter hterto
to the Coronation COlnaUonVby CoronationWhy Why American AmericanMales AmorlcanlUale AinorlcanIllales
Males lUale Should Sl0uld Havo Titles as Well Wellas Wel Welas Wellas
as the Females Who Vlo Plrchas PlrchashemnCI8nln Purchase PurchaseThem ti tiThemReasoning
Them ThemReasoning hemnCI8nln Iteasoninir and Louie of the theGreat theGreut theGreat
Great Socialist SocialistMr SoclaUstMr SocialistMr
Mr H Gaylord Wilshire Wishire known in inEurope inEurope inEurope
Europe California Calornia the United States and andCanada andCllada andCanada
Canada Cllada as the Millionaire Milonaire Socialist is ispoking ispoking ispoking
poking poking fun at lt us from his den In Toronto TorontoCanada TorontoCanada TorontoCanada
Canada where Third fhld Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General Madden adden himself a Canadian Canadianforced Canadianforccd Canadianforced
forced the sprightly spnghty clever and wealthy wealthyleveller wealthyleveler wealthyleveller
leveller leveler to retire retre or shut up shop In other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words Mr Madden lIc1den denied Mr Wilshire Wilshirethe Wishire Wishirethe Wilshirethe
the privileges prvieges of the United United States mail mailfor wafS mails mailsfor
for his newspaper the Challenge Clal lze where whereupon whereupon whereupon ¬
upon Mr tr Wilshire Wishire migrated to Canada Canadawhere Canada Canadawhere
where the tie postal laws are more liberal lberl and andis andis andis
is now publishing publsblng and sending eldlnl through the theaforesaid theaforesaid theaforesaid
aforesaid United States mails nlals his magazine magazineunder magaine magaineunder magazineunder
under the postal treaty with wih that country countr countrThe
The only difference being that Canada Cnada reap reapthe reapthe reapsthe
the benefit of the tle postage winch Mr Wil Wilshire Wilshire Wilshire ¬
shire formerly paid the United States until untilMr until1r untilMr
Mr 1r Maddens autocratic autocratc and it now ap appears ape apepears appears ¬
pears foolishly foolshly impotent order drove him himacross himacross himacross
across the tle border borderWriting borderWrtng borderWriting
Writing Wrtng on the change of program ov ovplan ofplanof 1 1plan
plan planof of the visit visitofourPresidentsdaughter visitofourPresidentsdaughterto of our Presidents Presld nts daughtei daughteito
to King Edwards coronation and the dis disadvantage di diadvautage diadvantage ¬
advantage of not being a princess prlncet8 Mr MrWilshire MrWislnre it itWilshire
Wilshire Wislnre thus sarcastically Jrcasticaly sarcasticallyand and semihumor semiliumoously semihumorously semihumorously
ously says saysDemocracy sys sysDemocrcy saysDemocracy
Democracy Democrcy has its is disadvantages dlsdvautaltea without with without without
out mistake Here Hee has been poor little littleMiss ltte ltte1lls8 littleMiss
Miss 1lls8 Alice Alce Roosevelt Rooevel delighting delghting her heart heartwith heartwith heartwith
with the promise of being the distinguished distinguishedguest distinguishedguest distinguishedguest
guest at the coronation coronaton when suddenly her herdream herdream herdream
dream is cut short and she is told she cant cantgo cantgo cantgo
go forsooth because becuse her going might cause causeher causeber causeher
her pa to lose the Irish vote Now if i she shewere shewere shewere
were a real princess rincess instead of only a four fouryearterm fouryearterm fouryearterm
yearterm one like lke her pa is 11 a king they theycould theycould theycould
could both snap their fingers finger at votes vote of all allkinds al allkinds
kinds and she could go to all al the corona coronations crona cronations coronations ¬
tions she had a mind to toWhy toWhy toWhy
Why should not the American Americn people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have their own ownhomemade homemade Princess Alices Alicesand Alce Alceand Alicesand
and Heir HeirApparent Apparent Teds Tecs just as well wel as the theeffete theeffete theeffete
effete monarchies of Europe We have havedemonstrated havedemonstrated havedemonstrated
demonstrated that we can beat Ieat the world in inthe inthe inthe
the making of anything we turn our hands handsto handsto handsto
to and why should sb uld we quail quai at making a aprincess aprincess aprincess
princess Why We have been long enough enoughcomplaining enoughcomplaining enoughcomplaining
complaining of the great areat drain drln upon the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country from the export of gold sent teltt to toEurope tonurope toEurope
Europe to support the daughters daughter of our ourmillionaires ourmillionaires ourmillionaires
millionaires who have been not only forced forcedto forcedto forcedto
to go abroad for husbands husband possessing ptsses lng the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary rank rnk to comport with wih a million millionaire miion miionaire millionaire ¬
aire wife but have also actually actualy been com compelled compelled compelled ¬
pelled to remain and live lve abroad abrOd in order to toprocure toprocure toprocure
procure a fitting environing elvlroDing society socety to toproperly toproperly toproperly
properly set off their exalted position posliolJ in inlife inme inlife
life Why should we send snd William Wiiam Waldorf WaldorfAstor WaldorfAtor WaldorfAstor
Astor Ator an exile to England with his hundred hundredmillion hundredmilon hundredmillion
million milon dollars dolars of American Amercan money to buy buya
a title when we can supply sup pI v the demand at athome atbome athome
home It is true that there ther is some sort or orother orother orother
other of an antiquated autquated clause clause in our constitution con constitution COI ¬
stitution sttuton that prevents any titles tltlel being beinggranted beil beinggranted
granted by the government goverment but I have no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt but that the U S Supreme Court Courtcould Courtcould Courtcould
could find fud a way wa round a little ltte obstacle obtacle like likethat lke lkethat likethat
that easily esiy enough Let the administration administrationdrop adminitration adminitrationdrop administrationdrop
drop a hint as to what its wishes are and andthe aDdthe andthe
the thing is il done doneOne doneOne doneOne
One good argument against aginst the present presentsystem presentsstem presentsystem
system sstem of our dependence noon Europe Eurpe for forour forour forour
our titles tUes of nobility nobity is that our men are at atsuch atsuch atsuch
such a disadvantage disadvatge compared with our ourwomen ourwowen ourwomen
women An American Amercan girl can make her herself herlel herself ¬
self lel a duchess any time lme she will wi put up the theprice thepric theprice
price pric sufficiently sufficienty high to induce a duke to tomarry tonarry tomarry
marry narry her but the American Amercn man has ba no nosuch DOsuch nosuch
such matrimonial highway open to his hisdukedom hisdukedom hisdukedom
dukedom He must in the first place take takeanother takeanother takeanother
another mans wife to get a woman with wih the thetitle thetite thetitle
title tite of duchess and when lie gets her he hedont hedont hedont
dont get the title tte This is not nolrigbt right The TheAmerican TheAmercan TheAmerican
American Amercan man bas a natural right ri ht to be a aduke aduke aduke
duke just as much as the American Amercul girl girllS has hasto hasto
to be a duchess and this country should shouldopen Iboull1 Iboull1upen shouldopen
open the way wy to him We ought oUtllt to start startright startright startright
in this of manufac manufacturing munufacturing
right upon proposition propoiton JJlufac JJlufacturlng ¬
turing an American nobility nobity before beore any anymore anymore anymore
of Inas Inasmuch Inasmuch Inasmuch
more our money goes to Europe ¬
much as a the idea of instituting insttutng this order of ofAmerican ofAnl ofAmerican
American Anl rcn nobility nobity is simply to keep kep our ourmillionaires ourmiionaires ourmillionaires
millionaires miionaires money at home it would wouldmanifestly wouldmanifesty wouldmanifestly
manifestly manifesty be absurd aburd to grant a title tite to a aper aperson apereon per person ¬
son who has ha not enough money to buy one oneabroad oneabroad oneabroad
abroad in case one could not be obtained at athome atllome athome
home I would not have the titles tte sold soldLet soldLe soldLet
Let Le them come as a matter mater of right simply simplyfrom simplyfrom simplyfrom
from the possession of so much money To Tobegin Tobegin
begin with anyone who could prove a mil million mi million ¬
lion lon would be a baronet baronet Then we could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have larger amounts for marquises aud audearls audears andearls
earls ears and such like lke winding up with say sa a arequirement arequirement arequirement
requirement of fifty fify million milon dollars dolars for the thedukes thedukes thedukes
dukes I think one hundred million milon would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be about right rght to make a man mal a prince prnce A Athousand Atbousand Athousand
thousand million milon would of course make a afellow afeUow afellow
fellow anything anybinl he cared to pick SultanTsar Sultan SultanTsar SultanTsar
Tsar King or Emperor EmperorI
I do not suggest luRest that the holding of a atitle ahte atitle
title hte should confer any peculiar political politicalpowers poltical polticalpowers politicalpowers
powers on the holder I would not notinstitute notinsttute notinstitute
institute insttute any new House of Lords It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be a useless addition additon The rich already are aremembers aremembers aremembers
members ex officio of a third house which whichis whichIs whichis
exofco
is easily more powerful than all al the other otherbranches otherbranches otherbranches
branches of our government goverment combined combinedThis combinedThis combinedThis
This house has 1 no duties dutes or responsibilities responsibilitiesit respousibltles respousibltlesIt
it has nothing but rights rghts and powers It is isa is isa isa
a much more attractive attractve legislative legslatve house to tothe tothe tothe
the rich than any new one that could possibly possi possibly possibly ¬
bly be devised devisedNo devisedNo devisedNo
No I would make the tle ownership of a atitle atite atitle
title tite convey no rights not already enjoyed enjoyedIn
In point of fact the political poltical power of those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who would tall tnUlnto into the titles ties could not well wellbe wel wellbe
be increased increaed anyway ayway I would not even evenmake evenmak evenmake
make mak it compulsory compulsor upon anyone to refer reer to tothe tothe tothe
the holders by their new titles ttes I am too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much a believer belever in American freedom freedot to tosuggest tosugpest tosuggest
suggest such a Ming as a that Of course Clse if ifanyone Ifanyone ifanyone
sugpest
anyone should fail fai to call a duke duke he hewould hewould liewould
would naturally naturaly be apt to lose his hi Job but butthat butthat butthat
that would mean nothing much unless he hefailed hefaied liefailed
failed faied to get another one and even then it itwould itwould itwould
would only mean starvation starvationThe starvationThe starvationThe
The only exception excepton the CLOBK feels feelscalled fees feescaled feelscalled
called caled upon upon to make to Mr Wilshircs Wilshircsstatements Wishics Wishicssttement Wilshiresstatements
statements sttement is the assertion aserton that the visit visitwas vlsllwas visitwas
was countermanded because her pa p might mightlose mlibtlose mightlose
lose the Irish Irsh vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The Irish Irsh vote is contingent on the Presi President Presldent Fred Freddent ¬
dent reforming reorming acknowledging acnowledging his political politicalerrors poltical polticalerrors politicalerrors
errors and becoming a sound Jacksonian JacksonianDemocrat Jackonian JackonianDemocrat JacksonianDemocrat
Democrat In this thl event eent and this event eventonly eventonl eventonly
only onl he le will wi poll the Irish lrsb vote whether whetherMiss whetherf whetherMiss
Miss f Alice Alee attends atend the coronation or plays playspingpong ply plypingpong playspingpong
pingpong lawn lawJtennis tennis or golf with the theCountess theCountel8 theCountess
Countess Cassiui CIsini the Hon Miss Pautcc PautccI Paunefote Pounce PounceI
I fote or the Duchess Duche of Timbuctoo Tlmbutoo
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