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A Guilty Couple Caught by Rela Relatives Relatives Rela Relatives ¬
tives and the Police PoliceGOVERNMENT PolleeGOVERNMENT PoliceGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT CLERK AND WIDOW WIDOWPlajlng WIDOWPilling WIDOWPlating
Pilling Doctor and Using Egg Yolks to Cure Curethe Curethe Curethe
the Nervousness of the Daughter He Is IsCaught IsCaught IsCaught
Caught In Bed with the Mother MotherTho The Family FamilyHighly FamilyHighly Familyt
t Highly Respected and the BrolherslnLaw BrolherslnLawof Brothers In law lawof
of the Widow are After the Clerks Scalp ScalpThe ScalpThe
1 The Sunday Globe presents the read readIng readIng readlag
Ing public of Washington with one of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those typical cases of scandal which whichare whichare whichare
are as prevalent in this community as asblackberries asblackberries asblackberries
blackberries are in August The dame damein damein damein
in the present case is not employed in inthe inthe inthe
the Departments so there need be no nofluttering nolIutterlng nofluttering
fluttering among the dove cots of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
l Treasury the Interior the G P 1 0 Othe 0the
the War State Navy Departments or orthe orthe orthe
the Sixth Auditors office of our ourteemed on onteemed Mteemed
teemed friend Castle who last week weekpromoted weekpromoted weekpromoted
promoted Victorine Alexander and andgave andgave andgave
gave that most estimable and sensitive sensitivelady sensitivelady sensitiveIi
Ii lady an Increase of salary as a 0 salve salveno salTeno salveno
no doubt to her wounded feelings feelingswhich feelingswhich feelingswhich
which manifest themselves when she shedally shedally shedaily
dally passes The Globe omce in an anangelic anangelic anangelic
angelic grin as in her minds eye she shepictures shepictures shewth
pictures the editor playing checkers checkerswith checkerswith
jailcheckers jailcheckerswhen
wth with his nose in the county county Jail jallwaen jallwaenthe when wkenthe whenthe
the weather Is cooler c oler But to our ourstory ourstory ourstory
story storyThere storyThere storyThere
There died in this city a 0 few years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago a wellknown well known gentleman who left lefta
widow and andfour andfour andtour
1 a 0 buxom and voluptuous
four children Ho left ample means meansto meansto meansto
to properly raise and educate the chil children chlldren children ¬
dren He has two brothers resident of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city one a prominent lawyer and andthe andthe andthe
the other a gentleman engaged by byMoses byMoses
1 Moses Co The widow mourned her herdeceased herdeceased herI
deceased lord briefly She became ac acquainted aCt aCtqualnted acqualnted ¬
I qualnted with a clerk In the Second SecondAuditors SecondAuditors SecondAuditors
Auditors office holding down a desk deskunder deskunder deskunder
under Mr EHdrldge by the name or oralias oralias orsilas
alias of Edward Price The Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary will be made acquainted with his hisreal hisreal hisi
real name by one of the brothers of oftho ofthe ofthe
i the amorous widow Price Pricefor for by this thisname thisname thisname
name The Globe will call him himposed himposedf posed posedas
f as a doctor In his early visits to the thehome thehome thehome
home of the widow Her oldest daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter was suffering from some nervous nervousdisease neryousdisease nervousdisease
disease and the sundowner aundownerfrom from the theSecond tkeSecOl theSecoird
Second SecOl Auditors olBce proposed propo d a acourse ncourse acourse
course of treatment Ills diagnosis of otthe ofthe ofhe
the case convinced him that washing washingher washingher washin washinher g
her head with the yolk of on egg and andapplying andapplying andapplying
applying a battery to her spine would wouldeffect wouldeffect wouldeffect
effect a permanent cure He came reg regularly regularly regularly ¬
ularly and there was a decided boom boomIn boomin boomin
In the egg market Now It happened happenedtnat happenedtnat happenedtnat
tnat the brothers of the widow noticedthe noticed noticedtho noticedthe
the frequency of these v vllts lilts and the thelawyer thelawyer th thlawyer e
lawyer brother held up Mr Price anddemanded and anddemanded andl1emanded
demanded a discontinuance of his vis visMa visll vistg
Ma tg rvioo protested ll that they were weresimply weresimply weresimply
simply professional calls and If protracted pro protracted protracted ¬
tracted beyond the usual limit it was wasdue wasdue wa wadue s
due to the fact that he h had to wash washtiie washtile washthe t
tile hair of the young girl with the thoyolks theyolks th thyolks e I
yolks of eggs and eggs were getting gettingscarce gettingscarce gettingscarce
scarce etc Ho also promised that he hewould hewould li liwould e I
would never in the slightest manner mannercompromise mannercompromise mannecompromiso r
compromise the reputation of the fas fagclnating fascinating fasclnatlng ¬
cinating and voltK voluptuous tuous widow afore aforesaid aforesaid aforesaid
said by being seen in any place escort escortIng escortIng escortlag
Ing or accompanying herThis her herThis helThis
This agreement apparently satisfied satisfiedthe satisfiedthe satisfiedthe
the brothers who kept strict watch watchon watchon watchon
on the widow knowing her amorous amoroustemperamentanu amoroustemperamentanu amorousiemperamentanu
temperamentanu for a time tao t e doctorwas doctor doctorwas doetorwas
was permitted to wash the young youngdaughters youngdaughters
daughters hair with his egg yolks yolksOn yolksOn
On a tip however to the brothers brothersthey brotherstbey brothersthey
they again renewed their vigilance vigilanceand vigilanceand vigilanceand
and satisfying themselves that Pricewas Price Pricewas Pricewas
was not confining his professional professionalservices professionalservices professionalservices
services to washing the daughters hair hairwith hairwith hairwith
with the yolks of eggs they swore out outa outa
a 0 warrant of fornication against Price Priceand Priceand Irlcoand
and the widowOn widow widowOn widowOn
On a certain Sunday morning shortly short shortly Bhortly ¬
ly after 2 oclock and while the good goodand goodand goodand
and tlrtuous people of the city wore worequietly werequietly warequietly
quietly slumbering in their couches couchesthe couchesthe couchesthe
the brothers accompanied by Officers OfficersMartin OmcersMlirtln OficersMartin
Martin Brown Levell and Roper de descended tiescended h hscemled ¬
scended on the widows domicile and andsecuring andsecnrlng andsecuring
securing an entrance stole softly to tothe tothe tothe
the bedroom of tha dame dameThe dameThe dameThe
The sight that greeted the officers officersand omtlersand otfioersand
and brothersln brothersinlaw law nearly caused a amurder amurder amurder
murder there anu then and Mr r El Eldrldgo EIdrldge Eldridgo
drldgo came very near losing one of otbis ofbls ofhis
his 1400 clerks The doctors partly part partly partIy ¬
ly bald head glimmered gllmme ed with n 0 moonlike moon moonlike moonlike
like glow above the pillow and thewidows the thewidows thewidows
widows abundant tresses streamed stream ell out outin outIn outIn
in shimmering brightness athwart thepartly the thepartly thepartly
partly disclosed torso of the sundowner sun sundowner sundowner ¬
downer The sun was down sere snreenough sareenongh sereenough
enough but the light of the mopn re reflected reo reoflected refiected ¬
flected from the top of the doctors doctorscranium doctorscranium doctorscranium
cranium revealed all that was neces necessary necessary necesnary ¬
sary te demonstrate that he was not notengaged notengaged notengaged
engaged In his professional duty of ofwashing ofwashing ofwashing I
washing hair with the yolk of an egg eggor eggor eggor
or administering electric shocks to the thedaughter thednughtcr thedaughter
daughterRudely daughter daughterRudely dnughtcrHUdely
Rudely aroused from their slumberthe slumber slumberthe slumberthe
the guilty pair were hustled to the thostationhouse thestatlonbouse thestation
stationhouse station house and SBO 60 ball each de demanded demanded domantled ¬
manded by tho sergeant In chargeThe charge chargeThe chargeThe
The doctor had three street car ticketsand tickets ticketsnnd ticketsond
and a bunch of keys j the widow hadher had hadher hndber
her nerve Hence they were bothlocked both bothlocked bothloclted
locked up but the lawyer brotherin brotherinlaw brotherlnlaw brother in inlaw
law of the widow relented early Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning and put up the 50 to tosave tosave tosave
save the children the shame of their theirmothers theirmothers
mothers arrest and incarceration ina In Inn
n 0 atation statlonnouso llouso Tho doctor had hisfriends his hisfriends hisfriends
friends notified and about sixteen hun hundred hundrell hundred ¬
dred of them more or less raised the therequired therequired therequired
required amount about 6 oclock P 1 Mwhen M Mwhen I Iwhen
when he was released This case likeso like likeso
so many others of its kind was manip manipulated ninnlpulated ¬
ulated ulateliin In police court to save the guilty guiltyparties guiltyparties
parties but the lawyer brother refused refusedto
to permit a nolle prosque To save savetho savethe
the reputatlton or wlmt was left of ofIt ofit
It of his amorous amor us slster4n sister slstul1nlaw Jnlaw Inw he hohowever hehowever
however consented to a 0 nominal fine fineof I i iof
of J5 5 each for the pair and of course courseour i iour
our friend Mullowney permitted this thiscase
case of fornication to be thus lightly lightlydisposed 1 1disposed
disposed of It Hit It wore some poor devil devilof I Iof
of a holploss coon or white man without with 1 1out
out pull who were caught In the park i imisbehaving
misbehaving themselves our otherfriend other 1 1friend
friend Stoutenberg would have an ad I Idltlon
dltlon to his summer boarders boardersHowever boardersI boardersHowover <
I However the Second Auditors clerk clerkand clerkand <
and the softly langurous widow continned con t ttlnucd t ttlnued
tinned their relations even up to thepresent the thopresent <
present writing which accounts forthis for forthis <
this article tho details of which are arefurnished 1 1furnished Ifurnlshell
furnished by one of the brothers to totho totho totIle
tho end that he may secure the thellls ills illsa r
a
missal from the public service of theadulterous the theadulterous theadulterous
adulterous clerk and shock the widowinto widow widowInto widowInto
Into some kind of reasonable counte countenance countenance countynance ¬
nance and ordinary decent behavior behaviorIndeed behaviorIndeed behaviorIndeed
Indeed the real motive for this thissingle thissingle thissingle
single expose of the many In our pos possession possession passession ¬
session Is to san if possible the th sub substance substnnce substance ¬
stance of tn the children which the theheady theheady theheady
heady widow Is squandering on her herparamour herparamour herparamour
paramour A comfortable estate was wasleft wasleft wasleft
left for their support and education educationwhich educationwblch educationwhich
which between the widows extrava extravagance extravagance extravagance ¬
gance and the trustees neglect Is rapidly rap rapIdly rapIdly
Idly disappearing so much so In fact facttnat facttnat factthat
tnat one of the brothers Informs TheGlobe The TheGlobe TheGlobe
Globe he hns seen her frequent the thepawn thepawn thepl
shops recently with the Masonic Masonicpins MasDnlcpins Masonicher
pawn pl pins s Jewelry jewelry etc etc cleft cleftwith left her by her deadhusband dead deadhusband deadhusband
husband husbandAs husbandAs husbandAs
As stated the familytho family the name of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which would create a sensation sensationIs sensationIshighly sensationIshighly Is Ishighly
highly respectable and among the bestknown best bestknown bestknown
known people of the section of the city cityIn cityIn cityin
In which they are domiciled Both the thodeceased thedeceased thedeceased
deceased husband and surviving broth brothers brothers brothera ¬
and anilbusiness andbuslnesa andbusiness
ers are well known professional
business men To protect the four innocent in innocent Innocent ¬
nocent and robbed children the names namesare namesare namesare
are suppressed except that of the egg eggyolk ergyolk eggyolk
yolk doctor sundowner of the Secand Sec Second Second ¬
ond Auditors office who if his name nameIs nameIs nameis
Is not Price as given will be unmask unmasked unmasked unmasked ¬
ed during the week by one or both of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brothers In person per ln The egg yolk yolkdoctor yolkdoctor yolkdoctor
doctor need not hope to escape and andwes andwes andewes
ewes wes The Globe a 0 vote of thanks for forthus forthns forthus
thus mildly letting him off as It Is a asure 0 0snre asure
sure thing the Secretary will likewise likewiseuo
uo 40 the coming week weekwhen when these facts factsare factsare factsare
are brought U t his atttentlon atttentlonVILE atttentfonVILE atttentionVILE
VILE HYPOCRISY HYPOCRISYTo
To Influence the Ohio Campaign CampaignWill CampallPlW1Il CampalgnWill
Will It Work Again AgainTho AgainThe 1 1Tho
Tho dally press announced the fol following following following
lowing the past week weekBy weekDy weekBy
By special appointment the Frost Frostdent Prosident Proeldent
dent was waited upon by Mrs Crandall Cran Grandall Crandall
dall of the Womans Relief Corps of otthe ofthe ofthe
the Union Veterans Union and Mrs MrsPeck MrsPeck MrsPeck
Peck of the Womans vellof Corps ol olthe ofthe o othe f
the Grand Army of the Republic The Thtladles Theladles Th Thladles e I
ladles were accompanied by It G Dy Dyrenforth Dyrenforth Dyrenfortt
renforth CommanderinChief Commanderla Chief of the theUnion theUnion th thUnion e I
Union Veterans Union and Command Commander
er Stone of the Department of the Potomac Po Potomac Potomac
tomac Grand Army of the Republic RepublicA
I A petition was vas presented to the Presl Presldent President Presldent
dent prepared uy the associations set settins settln setting
tins tln forth the claims of the widows wldowiand widowsand widowand a
and daughters of veterans to special specialconsideration specialconsideration specfaconsideration 1
consideration in the direction dlrf ctlon in which whlctrelief whichrelief whichrelief
relief is asked It was urged upon the thiPresident thePresident th e 3
President that no injustice was aimed almecat aimedat almeat d I
at any clerks now holding the posl posttlons posltions posltlons
tlons but that future vacancies wen wenIn wereIn werIn e
In consideration considerationThe
The following letter addressed t tthe to tothe tthe o
the President at his request in regarto regarc regarcto regard regardto d 1
to the matter has been written bj bjGeneral by byGeneral b r
General Dyrenforth endorsing the pe petltlon pctltlon p
tltlon tltlonMr tltlonMr tltionMr
Mr President PresidentI
I nsk you In the Interest of the wld wldow widow wldow
ow of the veteran pf the Civil War am amof nnd nndof an anof d I
of the daughter of such widow when I
the mother Is unable to work to relieve rollevithe relieve e 3
the positions of skilled laborer In th thvarious the thevarious tinvarious e <
various Departments and branches o ol of ofI r
the Government service from the re restrlctlons restrlctlons
strlctlons of the civil service rules
You win 1111 remember that on two oc ocfore OCt OCtenslons occaslons
enslons I had the honor to appear be
fore you and present a committee com composed composed camposed
posed of Mrs Crandall of the th Worn Wornans Womans Wornnns
ans Veteran Relief Union Corps of tin e 3 i
Grand Army of the Republic and Com Commander Commander Cornmander
mander Stone of the Grand Army o ol of f 1
the Republic and laid this matter be
I fore yo YOIII With great respect respectCommanderinChlef respectR
I R G Drnnss DraJlFORnr DraJlFORnrCommander1 oarrr oarrrCommnndor
CommanderinChlef Commander1 i n Chl Clriet ef
Five years after Mr McKlnleys in inniiguration Inauguratlon inauguration
niiguration with Congress Republican n
in both branches It nag been foun founnecessary found foundnecessary foundnccessar d
necessary nccessar to present His Excellency
the foregoing Is comment necessary
to show the undiluted hypocrisy of the thepresent thepresent th thpresent o
present Administration AdministrationAll
All over the Northern States It 1 1given Is Isgiven IsIlven s I
given out by the strikers of the Ad Administration AdminIstration Administration ¬
ministration that the soldier and his hiswidow hiswidow hiswitiow
widow have the preference In vacant vacancies vacantcies vncancles ¬
cies In the public service to which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they are qualified Every old soldier soldierwidow soldierwidow soldierwidow
widow antI daughter of a veteran vete an in inthis Inthis inthis
this city knows that this claim Is a
lie pre nnd slmnlc We are prepared preparedto
to furnish any and every doubting cit citizen cltIzen citizen ¬
izen and answer the challenge of any anynnd anyanll anyand
and every Administration heeler with withfacts withfacts withfacts
facts establishing the truth of whatwe what whatwo whntwe
we here allege viz that not only Is it ita Itn itn
n base and premeditated preme ltated lie that sol soldiers solelers soldiers ¬
diers elers their widows or their ia1lghters ia1lghtersnre daughters daughtersare
are preferred but on 01 the contrary I Ithese
these classes pf applicants are discrim discriminated ilscrlm dlscrimmated ¬ I
inated against Ilnlnst in every Department Departmentof I
of the public service under unler the McKln McKlnley McKlnley McKtnley
ley Administration AdministrationATe Administraton
ATe 0 will wi go further nnd give namespositions names namespositions nmes nmespositons
positions positons and dates where men withmedals with withmedals wih wihmednls
medals of honor hOlor on their breasts have havebeen hlioI havebeen
been degraded and reduced frem the thopositions thepositons thepositions
positions positons they held when the McKinley McI < lnley
Administration Administrton came Into office ofce nnd nndare nndarc andare
are now working worltng as common laborers laborersat
at the lowest compensation compensaton allowed nllowedfor allowedfor allowedfor
for this grade of work Commissioner CommissionerAdiiiiiD CommissIonerEvnns CommissionerEvans
Evans AdiiiiiD tm3 has been uwit Hutu held i responsible uoijuuaiuiu 1y by BJ the theG theG ilia iliaG
G A R Ro and old soldiers solll rs generally generlly
for the Interpretation Interpretnton of the pension pensionlaws pelslon pelslonlaws pensionlaws
laws enacted by when
Congress as a amatter I amatter
matter of fact Uo e has been specially feclally
Instructed by this hypocritical hypocrical Allmli AllmliIstratlon AUmll Aumifetration
Istratlon Istrtlon to go slow cut down nnd nnddisallow nndllsnlow anddisallow
disallow llsnlow wherever possible the thoclaims the theclnlms theclaims
claims I and applications applicatons of veteransThe veterans veteransThe veterlinsThe
The Ohio campaign campnl 1 Is now on and andir andr
ir r McKlnley lcIClnley Is I especially epecialy Interested InterestedIn Intereted InteretedIn
In the success of the Republican State Statelcket S Stateticket tate
ticket tcket as the Republican platform andthe and andho andthe I
the ho Issues of the campaign ar are the In Inlorsemonts tadorsements
I
lorsemonts 1 of his Is Administration Administrationorelgn Admlnitraton Admlnitratonforeign Administrationforeign
foreign I and nd domestic Hence to secure securehe securethe securethe
1 the he soldier loMler vote the tJe press of Washing Washingon Wahing Wahington Washingtan
ton on Informs us that at his special re reliiest reo reoquest request
quest f General Dyrenforth penned the theetter theletter theletter
letter 1 quote quoteIt q1loteo quoted quotedIt
It I Is the same old game we have haveiecn haveseen haveaeon
seen I successfully carried through throlgh for forhe forthe forfife
t the he past twenty twmty years The dense stu stuildlty stupldlty starpidity
ildlty or unreasoning unrealonlng patriotism patriotsm or orloth orboth oroth
both I b with which old soldiers sohlers are at atllcted afttlctecl affticted
llcted I tlctecl are depended on by the Ropub Ropublean HepubIcan Ropubliana
lean I Ican parly to whip them into line lineveil lineevell Ilnaeon
eon E veil when ex cxConfodoratos hold down downosltlons downpositons downositions
1 positons p osltlons ranging In salaries from oneto one oneo oneto
t to o two thousand dollars Iolars per annum and andxlinlon nndexlnlon andxUnion
exlnlon o xlinlon soldiers allers to our own kntwl kntwldge kniwiedge I Iellge
E edge dge in the same Departments sweep sweepho swee sweethe swoopthe
the ho floors foors dust Ilst the desks wash the theiispliloras thecuspilloro thecuapldoros
iispliloras c cuspilloro and wait upon the soiled soiledovos soied soiedIlovos lolleddoves
11 doves ovos of Senator Seno1 Congressmen Congresmen and andIgh andhigh andhigh
high Igh omtdaial omtdaialBali o ofCslal ofCslalnahl Hal nisi nisiBaht
Bali our soul oul is sick of suck tan tannnb10 danvable dan1
nahle able hypocrisy hypocrisyr
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POLICY HOLDERS HOLDERSStrike HOLDER
1 1Strike
Strike on the New York York Mutual MutualReserve Mutul MutulResere
Reserve Resere Fund FundA FundA FundA
A VERY PECULIAR PECULAR INVESTMENT INVESTMENTMr INVESTMENTI T I
Mr Peter P Smiths Experience Eperience a Sample SampleCase SampleCase
Case of Man Many ThousandsA Thousands ThousandsrAGreai Great Craft Gral for forSomebodj for forSomehodJ forSomebodyThe
Somebodj SomebodyThe The Local Agents Agenls Inabilllj Inablil to toHold tl LaHold l t tHeld
Hold tho Risks Risk In LineThe Line Lne The Rflpresentallra Rflpresentallraot RpresentaUya RpresentaUyaof e l
of the Name Office OfficeThe Offce OffceIhe OfficeThe
The Mutual Reserve Fund rd Life Lfe As Association A Assoclatfoa ¬
sociation socaton of New York City Is i itrouble in introuble Introuble n
trouble with wih policyholders pollcyholers In this neck neckof nek nekof neckof
of the woods The cause of the trouble troubleis truble trubleIs troublis o
is either the policyholders polchlders do not not understand un understand underatand ¬
derstand or appreciate the benevolent benevolentintentions benevolentIntentons benevolentintentions t
intentions Intentons of the company or the lat tatter latter latter ¬
ter is I piling Jlng on the the assessments a9essments beyond beyondtho beyondtho beyondthe
tho financial tnanclal endurance and the heat heatto beatto healto
to which policyholders pOlcyholders are conjointly conjointlsubjected
subjected subjectedThe subjectedIhe subjectedThe cnjointy o
The plan of the to company Is a astated ai aistated asstated
copny
stated the assessment assesment one with wla num numberless numberlels mumberlesa ¬
berless berlels frills fris it would take the Ume
honored Philadelphia lawyer Iawyer to com comprehend comprehend cornprebend
prehend So complicated have these
frills fris or provides become that the thecompany thecompanT th thcompany e
company has utterly failed faied in making makin makintno g
the tlo policyholder polcybolder understand them by b
the usual method of correspondence
hence it was forced to the necessity necessiy of ofsending ofsending e esending
sending on to this city cty the past wee week k
its Is special commissioner commisioner Mr WllsoTi WllsoTiTaylor Wls WlsTaylor Wile WileTaylor
Taylor who in conjunction conjuncton with wih th the
local agent Mr 1lr E H Taylor 1302 F 1 b <
labored with wih some of the policyhold policyholders polcyhold polcyholders I Iera
ers to come COI up to the captains desk deskand deskand dea deaand k
and settle One Peter P Smith Smih has hl h
filed fed a notable and final fnal kick and re refuses refuse r rfuses a ¬
fuses fuse to pay another penny into the thocoffers thecoffers th thcoffers 0 i
coffers of the Mutual 1lutual Reserve Fund FundLite FundIt Fun 0d
LIMA It Association Associaton of New York and andtruth andI an antruth d
truth compels us to state that Peters Petersfellowcitizens Peter Poterfelowcitlzens
fellowcitizens felowcitlzens will wi sustain him in his hisstrike hisI hl hlstrike
strike when they digest the following followingstatement foHowlngstatement followh B j
statement of facts factsMr factsMI factsbir
Mr Peter P Smith Smlb took out a policy polcy polio polioin r
in the tle Mutual Reserve Reerve Fund Life Asso Association Assocaton Ass Asselation o ¬
elation caton Feb 23 1886 for S5000 5000 in fa favor favor t tvon a ¬
vor of o his wife find d heirs He was as assessed assessed a ¬
sessed SllGO 160 every lvery two months and andS10 an d 1
S10 10 extra every February lebruary He has haspaid baspaid hr hrpaid s
paid in 11 sixteen annual assessments ag aggregating ago at ¬
gregating gregatng 160 He has also paid paidthirtyseven paidI pal d i
thlrtyseven bimonthly payments paymentsi of ofi
i 11155 1166 115 eaoh totalling totalng 534650 31160 1465U fourteen fourteenbimonthly fourteenI fourte °
I bimonthly payments at 11335 1336 335 each eachamounting e sac sacamounting ch chamountng b >
amounting amountng to 118690 SGao ten bimonthly bimonthlypayments bimonthlypaments blmonth ly y
payments of 2080 080 amounting amountng to 1208 1208four 208
four at J2456 amounting amountng to 982 982and l820 l820and 9820r 0
I and six st nt lt 2640 amounting to t l ° I
15840 HiS40i a grand total of 11168 1168 168 in fif fifteen ffl a ateen f ¬
teen years years Jt J will wtl be t observed Cb ttt tttthe Vhat Vhatthe a Ii I
the bimonthly assossments aseesiments o8s s m nts Increased Increasedfrom tncr increas increasfrom Aea e f I
from 1155 16 to 2640 640 The present as assessment asI a s
sessment aeasment July 1st Is 2830 but that thatwhich thatFhlc h hyfhtcll a t
which Fhlc ynade pade made Peter kick was AS not the ln lnj It >
j creased creS assessment n m nt due due July let 1st of f
2830 but a mysterious printed prh1 ed notice noticefrom notce notcer moth mothfrom co
from the company that he was WIS in indebted Indebted Ii Iidebted
debted in the sum of 713U415 3u416 3645 Th Thwas This Thiswas la
was the straw strw that broke the camels camelsback cnmelslckto camel camelbackto s I
back lckto backto to pay pa 136415 36416 In one lu lusum lump lumpsum lumpsum mp
sum after having met his bl assessments assessmentsregularly assessmentsregularly to
I regularly slnco 1880 and paid his an annual annual a aWaal n
nual dues dne besides of 10 every Febru Februi Febl 1 ebr u
any a 1 The company conscious that thatPeter thatPeter thr thrPeter nt
Peter wouldnt understand why this thisadditonal th la
additional additonal assessment was made sent senthim senthim set sethim t
him the following folowing typewritten typewrien note notethrough notethrough not notthrough 0
through the local agent
June 24 1901 1901Mr 1901 1901Mr
Mr Ir Peter P 1 SmithlVashingtan Smith BmlthWashington SmithWasblngton
Washington a 1 C Ci CDE1
i DEAII DE1 Sm Sil A representative from fromths fromthll fro m
the Home Offlce will wi be in this city o oFriday on onI onFriday a
I Friday and Saturday of this week weekJune weekJune wee weeJuno k
June 28 and 29 and will wi bo pleased to tosee 9 o osee
see you at this office otce otceHe officeHe
j He conies t by > y special authority authoriy to totreat toI t o
treat with wih the members of your class classand classand ems nand
and him it I will wi be to your Interest to neo neohim RC se sehim c
Yours truly trulyH trulyI
H H TAYLOR TAYLORLooal TAnol TtvtonLocal
Local Treasurer Tresurer
I 1302 F St N W WMr WMr
Mr Smith responded rCpDnded to the call cnl and andfound andfound an anfound I
found he was not the only policyHold policyHolder polcyllld polcylllder
er who was anxious to see the tw repre representative representative reprosentative ¬
sentative of the tle Home Company In Inthe Inthe I Ithe °
the classle language of Foggy 1ogg Bottom Bottomthere Doomthere Boltomthere
there were others and they raised rised raisedhowl a ahowl aI a
howl which drowned lrownell Mr Smiths Smithsfeeble Smihs Smihsfeable Smith Smithfoeble e
feeble request requet for Information Informaton The TheHome TheHonle Th ThHome e
I Home Office Ofce representative representatve was up 1 1ills In Inhis Inhil n
his hil buslijoss bushes and instead of nddressln nddresslnthe addressing addressingthe g
I the tn collective colectve policyholders on tU tUbeauties t the thebeauties e eI
I beauties beautie and advantages advalltges of < d Mutual MutvmReserve MutualRoserve IutualHeserve
Reserve Fund funl style of Insurance which whlckmight whlcl whichmight I
might have eleclted some profanity profanitytrail profanityfroll profanityfrom
trail froll the disgruntled disgrunted he quietly qliety tool tooltnem toolttnem tootnom k
tnem individually Indlvhlualy by the ear as 1 1were i It Itwere
were and poured pOlred In a supply slpply of e1 e1which 1 1which 1 to t e ewhich
which was calculated to lubricate the thebrains tbebrains th thbrains o
brains of the tie most obtuse policyholderwhoever policyholder policyholderwhoever 10llcybolder 10llcybolderwhoever
whoever undertoolt to beat the assess assessment aSless aSlessment assossment ¬
ment game of life Insurance InsuranceMr Inlurnce insuranceMr
Mr 11 Smith came through throlgh tho ordenl ordenlbewildered ordenlbewliierell
bewildered bewliierell the only one set Idea Iea re remaining reo reomalulng remalnhig ¬
maining In hit head hed and all not affected affectedby afected afectedby affectedby
by the 11 oil was that tlat the sum slm of Jl 1
36415 3641 besides the Increased bimonthly bimonthlyassessment blIontblynSSC8lnnt bieionlldyassessment
nSSC8lnnt assessment of 72830 2830 must bo paid paidwithin pnldwithin
within thirty days or no would wOlld lose all allthe al allthe
the benefits lCefits this thi benevolent benevolnt company companyintended companyIntenlled companyfntendel
intended for him his hi heirs and as assigns assigns assigns ¬
signs forever or words to that effect effectWe efect efectWe s
We have rend renlllr Mr Smiths policy olcy and andhis andbls andIsla
his receipts notifications noticatons the bonds bondsissued bandsMsued bondsIssued
issued Msued him 11m by the company and nil ni the themass theInss thelungs
mass Inss ot literature sent out to policy policyholders policyholders polcy polcyholders
holders from the main mnll office otce as well wel asthe as asthe nsthe
the mortuary lists lsts of names issued Isued by bythe bythe bythe
the company showing the payment of ofclaims ofclnlms
claims to the heirs of deceased decOsed policy policyholders poloy poloyholders policyholders
holders not only In the United UnlcII States Statesbut Sttosbut Statesbut
but U foreign countries The Globe Gobe re repeats reo reopeats ¬
peats that all 01 this mass of literature llteratnrehas lelatlre lelatlrehas t
has been read rd and digested with wih the thoresult theresul theresult f
result resul that the whole scheme Is II as nsplausible asplausible asplauglble
plausible an enterprise to pay the of officials offcllls ¬
ficials fcllls of the company handsome sal salirlos salarlel salaries
aries arlel nnd provide them luxurious of ofIces offlees offlces
Ices a lS as any assessment life le insurance insuranceve
vve ve e have ever had any ken or expert expertonce oxpcrljnce experlence
once with withTho wih wihTho withThe
Tho qulnqiunntal Ilulnqumnl1 bond statement statementvhleli 8tntementwhllh statementwhich
which whllh on Us face Is a n gift git every fiveyears five fiveear Oveenrs
years ear enrs Yo 1 o the policyholders polcyholders of the mortuary mor morimry moretuar
tuar tuary imry premiums paid tlvo proceeding preceetlingfive proceedingIve peceeling peceelingflve
five Ive years or rather rthor the net amount amountns amountllss amountloss
llss loss ns the expenses expense incurred In payment paymentof
of if rights salaries salnrlG of officials olcials official officialent ofcial ofcialrent omclalrent
rent ent etc Is a catchy instrument and nnds fnd fndIs andis
Is s b beautifully wAutuly engraved engrvEuI Mr 11 Smith Smithlas Smlf Smithhas
has las one or two he will wi sell sel cheap atthough al alhough although
though thay call cnl for 35170 36 I70 each The
bond 1 has the signature sigtur of the actuary actuaryof actuaryI actuaryof I
of the company attached and a 0 gold goldseal goldsOI goldseal
seal sOI with wih a n cut of the skyscraper fawhich In Inwhich Inwhich
which the company has Its Is offices olces U Ulooks Itlook Ltlooks
looks look as rich as n solid and as pretty as asa IS ISn asn
n Government Goverment bend b nd but Mr Smith is iswilling iswUling i
willing wUlg to trade trale and give a a reasonableonsideration reasonable reasonableconsideration reasonableconsideraton
consideration consideraton c In 1 spot gve cash calh for a 0 U SGoad S Sbond Sbond
bond of the same amount This hls is Mr binE MrE MrE
E E H IL Taylors Talors opportunity opportuniy As local localtreasurer localtreasurer localtreasurer
treasurer of the company he can turn turna
a 1 neat penny by exchanging U S Sbonds Sbonds
bonds for these thes Mutual Reserve FundLife Fund FundLife FundLife
Life Association Asciaton Instruments Instrument and andcharge 11 andharge
charge c say 50 or 70 per cent of the face facevalue facevalue facevalue
value of the bonds for his commission commissionMr comission comissionMr
Mr Smith Smlb will wi trade on these condl condlGiobe condll condiGlobe
Globe Glbe has hs seen and Interviewed and andwho ad adbo andwho
who bo express exprels their determination determinaton not notto notl
to pay another dollar assessment on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their policies polces Mr lr Smith has ha engaged en engaged engagd ¬
gaged gagd the legal services of a 1 well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known law Ilw firm to protect his interestsand interests interestsnnd Intrsts Intrstsnnd
nnd recover rCver if possible somo portion portionof
of the fifteen ffeen or sixteen hundred bunde dol dollars dollar ¬
lars lar he has paid Into the treasury teaury of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company sl slI f P1 P1The 1
The company will1 will1need1 need to send on onanother onanother onanother
another special commissioner commissioe Immedi Immediately Immedlately ¬
ately ns the Washington Washlng ol City risks risksare risksare risksare
are in an alarming state sttf o ofmntlny mutiny mutny and andneed andneel andneed
need another injection in their ears earsof earsof earsof
of neel Reserve Fund oil 01 ofi ot enlightenment enlightenmentLETS enlghtenment enlghtenmentLETS
LETS THE CAT CATOut CATOut
Out of the Bag Does Ds Mr Walter WaIer J JBrooks J Jok
Brooks BrooksNO BrooksNO ok okNO
NO PENSIONS PENSINS FOR VETERAN VETERANSAn VEERANS VEERANSAn
An Important Interview In a New Orleans OrleanNewspaper Oreans OreansNewspiIr
Newspaper NewspiIr b by > An Official Ofcial of the Pen Pension Pension PenSion
sion Office OfceHow OfficeHow How Pensions Are Manipu Manipulated Manipulated
lated and Claims Held Hp Nice t ie Reading Readinjfor Readingfor Readin
for the Men Menwho who Stormed San Juan Hill Hilli HillTho Bil BilThe
Tho Globe Gobe reproduces the follovln fallovIninterview follovlnInterview foUovlns foUovlnsInterview
Interview with wih the at ul it f clerk of th thj the thePension hB
Pension Office Ofce from frm a New Orleans Orleannewspaper Orlens Orlensnewspaper Orleansnewspaper
newspaperWalter newspaper newspaperr newspaperWalter
Walter Brooks assistant chief chleclork chiefcerk
clerk cerk of the United States Statc Pension Iensloiuureau lenslonLureau
uureau Lureau uroau at Wnsungton Wasngtcn D C w wFe wFeguest 3 i iguest 8guest
guest of the Cosmopolitan COlmopolan Hotel yes yesd
terday Mr lr Brooks his brother Dr Dis DrF Dre
F V Brooks and Mr T R HenHot HenHotof Hennonof Hannonof
of Washington spent the day In sed se sei seIng <
Ing the sights of New Orleans an anthey anthey and
they were loud in their praises lai lainight last lastnight lastnight
night of the hospitality hospitly of the peopl peoplhere peplE peplEbere
here Mr Brooxs DrooJs and his party lei leiy loft lefllast
last night over the Southern Rallroa Rallronfar Rallroafor RaUroacfor
for the city of Mexico 11lxlco They ore g ging gO gOl <
ing there purely on a 0 pleasure pleasurl tri triand trip tripf
and will wi stop over ill 11 New Orleans OrlOIDS p ptheir pIi
their way wa gy back llfcl to Washington WashingtonThe Washingon WashingonI Washingtonf
I The applications applcatons for pensions penfI lul froi froithose fro
those engaged engagel in tie tq fapanlsL Wat t Ai Aicoming Art ri ricf
coming cf mlng in fast fast said sid Mr Brooks ins laievening las1 las1evening
evening to a TimesDemocrat Timea Democrat reporter reportoiThe reporterf reporterThe
The Bureau has already alredy filed fled 3000 3000applications 3000Capplcatons
applications applcatons and they are still stl comln comlnIn comlnIn cominh
In h Over fifty fify per cent of the men menbofs membels
bore bels Df the District 01 Columbia reg regment resl reslment regls
ment have filed ted applications applicatons for pen petslons penslonB
stone
slonsHow
wounded woundedNot oundedNot How many Oi Oi tliosS th Ji 111611 l l Wer Werwounded Werounded <
Not one Ole so far as t know Most 0 0thoni Of Oftham
them claim that they they have ave been een per permanently permanenty
manently manenty Injured by contracting contractln fever feveor feveror fevert
or other diseases In camp campWhat campWhnt
What percentage of Roosevelts RooseveltiRough RooseveltsRough RooseveltsRough
Rough Riders have applied spplell for penslons pen penslons penslons
slons slonsI
I cannot toll tel you YOl 1 havent the eta etatistics statlstlcs
tlstlcs tstcs n that regiment regimentAbout regimentAbout
About what will wi be tho aggregate aggregatisum aggreate aggreatesum aggregatea
sum paid out annually annualy for these 3000 3000pensions 3QOOO 3QOOOpensions
pensions pensionsOh pensionsGh pensionso
Oh there wont bo 30000 pension pensiongranted penslonagranted pensionsgranted
granted I should say that not moreo more morethan morethnn
than 50 per er cent celt of the th applications applicationswill Ipplclton Ipplcltonwl applicationswill
will wl be acted upon favorably faTrlbly But Buiabout Butabolt Butc
about abolt 15000 men len will w1 get penslonsand penslonsandthey penslon ponslonBnndthey and andthe
they the will wH average about U60 150 i u year yeareach yeaieach yenreach
each or say y 12250000 250000 for all of olthorn ofthem ofthorn
thorn thornDo
Do you ou think tlnk tkat two millions mllons and anda
a quarter dollars uolnrs will wi cover the pen penslons Pln Plnslols pealions
lions slols annually alnualT for the tie Spanish Spanishwar Spanhhwar Spanishwar
war
warNa warNC Na NC experience has shown that ticponBton the thotension thele1810n
le1810n ponBton tension list lst grows for a number Rumbr o orears of <
years rears after the close of the war But Butots Dutlots
lots ots of tho men who have applied alJled for forpensions forpensions forpensions
pensions are young men who have havenothing havenothing
nothing whatever the matter mnter with withthorn wtb wtbthem
them The examinations of our sur snreons surgeons
geons eons clearly show tint tbt AH Al they have haveIs baveIs havele
Is pension fever and that Is a bad badcomplaint badI badcomplaint
complaint complaint When a I man has it heasuallyloas he LoMSimllylias hesualybas
MSimllylias sualybas it in n violent vlolelt form and It Itjecomes Itbecomes itbecomes
becomes jecomes chronic with him himHow lm lmHow
How about the pensions for those thoseengaged thosaengaged tbosoengngell
engaged In the Philippine PhllpPlle war warThey warThey
They are Just Jlst beginning to come In Insuppose InI inI
I suppose they will wi begin bogn to come In Inipidly InIpldly 1nrapidly
rapidly Ipldly soon but it I is too early erly for forlorn forthem forthem
them lorn yet We are not pushing lJ8hlng the thoSpanish theSpanish thepanish
Spanish S panish war claims very fast Most Mostof Mostof Mostof
of the applcnnts are ar young men and nndthoy andthoy andthey
thoy do not need le cd the pensions very bail bailly ballIy badly
ly Of course they will wi get their pea peasions penslons peaalone
alone from the day their applications applicationsaro applcntons applcntonsare
are a re filed fed but we are in no hurry to togrant togmnt togrant
grant them It Is > s the feeling feelng at the thoPension thePenslOI theIansiou
Pension PenslOI Bureau Dureal that It i t Is not a I good goodthing goodthing goadthing
thing for the young men to draw drw pen peaslons penslons pentone
slons slons tone It I t makes ma < es them lazy and it i t not notgood notgOOI notgood
good gOOI for them morally morallyThe moraly moralyThe morallyThe
The Ayres Tragedy TragedyFrom Tralcdy TralcdyI TragedyFrom
From I rom reliable 1lable source The lobe Is Isenabled hienlblell isenabled
enabled enlblell to stab stat that n true bill bi for farurder formurder formlrder
murder mlrder m urder against Mrs Irs Bonlne wi will lo loreturned bereturned Uoreturned
returned by the grand Jury jlry during the thocoming tie tiecoming thecoming
coming week It Is also gently genty hinted hintedthat hintedtbat blatanthat
that hat nn eutor or tyJo t to O will i be Indicted Indictedfor hulcted hulctedfor lydletedor
for or criminal libel libel The Globe Gobe hopes hopoetnat hopO hopestent
tent tlat Its il editor edior is one ole of the lucky ones onesanu Onf Onfan sassanu
anu an has drawn drwn a prize In that case caseCastle cnie cnienste caseastle
Castle C < nste astle Johnson Johnlon Co will wI have n achance nchance Rchance
chance to be vindicated vindicatedAnother vindicatedAnother vindicatedAnother
Another on Funk FunkEniToii Flnk FlnkEIITI FunkEmroa
EniToii EIITI or TUB GUHIE GUIIE In the office officeof onlceof oalccof
of the Auditor Autlor for the interior De Department Department Departmont ¬
partment Indlot Inlln1 Division Divsion which Is Ispresided IsIIeelded Ispresided
IIeelded presided over by b Leo L e W Punk there thereare therenre thereare
are two divorcees and mt two old maids maidsOn maids maidsOn
01 On e of the dvorcew d vorc who is a atwlca atwlcamode twice twicemade twie
made nllie widow wilow and who Is well w l known knownto
to the clerks ai the woman oman wHo sits sitsaround sis sisarounl etaaround
around and duos roe nothing was pro promoted promated ¬ I Imoted
arounl
moted at the solicitation slctnton of this man manFunk manFunk I IFunk
Funk F F K I Ii
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NEEDED NEED En REFORMS REFORMSWhich t
Which The Globe Expects Commis Commissioner Commistone Commisslonen ¬
sioner stone Eyans E n to Effect EffectHIS ECect ECectHIS
HIS TENURE OF OFFICE ASSURED ASSUBEDAn II U u
An Amazonian Amanl AmatonlamWidow n Widow and an Assistant Asistant Chiefthe Chief In Inthe InI III
I the Office Oleo Need Attention Atenlon Also a Widow WidowCredited WidowCredited With WithCreditedd Ow W
Credited to a State Stte She Never SerTho SerThoGentleman SewTho SewThoGen SawTiGentleman 18 e
Gentleman Gen Gentleman eman Touched Up Last Lat Week andNew and a aNew aNew
New Dna Added Aded to the List LstMora listMore Mare Anon AnonWo AnonWe AnonWe
We tried trie to say editorially etltorla1y on Sun Sunday Sunday Su Suday ° ¬
day last Ist under tho caption capton Sickles SicklesEvans SicklesEVI SickleEvans 3
EVI Evans that tat Evans appears appean to be the thoonly theonl t tonly ho 10
only onl honorable honorble straightforward stralght torward 1n 1nvldual Indi Individual Indlvldual dl 1 ¬
vldual of the whole bunch bune but the thelinotype thelinotyp t tlinotype ho ie
linotype linotyp man cut us off ol at at straight straightand stralghtWd straightand
and Wd finished tlished the sentenceon sen tencOon the eighth eighthI eight eightpage h I
I rage lge in the article OUR OUI own meats meatswhere meatsI meatswhere
Ther where the omitted weeds wors appear npp ar pre preceding preceing p pceding re e ¬
I ceding ceing the preamble and ani resolutions resolutons resolutionsthe o othe of ofthe
the butchers Very appropriatelywill appropriately IpproprlatelY it 1 1will Itwi
will wi be observed no > doubt inasmucl inasmuclas Inasuch Inasuchas lnasmuas ch ih
as the able edltorlwl edlorlil was wa butch butched butcher butchered butchered 06 r ¬
ed between the llnitype Inotype man and and th thgulley the thegllley ti tigalley le e
galley gllley boy boyHeretofore boyHeretofore boyHeretofore
Heretofore tho tho Pension Office Olce hai hainot has hasnot h hnot as
not claimed as much of The Qlobei Qlobeiattention Oobea Oobeaatention Glob Ia a
attention atention as It otherwise w would uld ha hareceived havi havireceived havoreceived vo re >
received because becaUe we had supposed supposedlike sUPlosed sUPlosedlke suppose supposelike Id d
like lke others that the head het of the thepartnent De Department D Ded e
partment wa was about to be relieved relievedand relievedand relieveand ed Id d
and we were were awaiting the advent of t tnew a anew anew
new Commissioner CommL1loner Mr McKinley can cainot cannot c cnot an lU °
not afford aford to remove Hon H 1 Cla ClaEvans Cay CayEvans Cl ClEvans y
Evans without wlhont leaving leving his Admlnlstra Admlnlstratlon Admlnlstraton ra a 1
tlon ton open to the entire entro press pres of th thcountry the thecnn t toountry h he <
country cnn try for adverse comment The Themoval re removal reo reomoval n
moval would be direct conflrmatior conflrmatiorof confirmaton confirmatonof confirmatiof on
of General Generl Sickles Slclte charge that Mr MrMcKlnleys MrIlcKlnleys b bMcKinleys Ir r
McKlnleys representatives repreentativesthe representativesthe the Na Natlonal NaI N n
I tlonal tonnl Republican Iepublcan Committee Committeemade Committeemad Committeemaddisgraceful made e I n i idisgraceful ndisgraceful
disgraceful and dishonorable deal t toust to tooust <
oust from office an official who as a asappears I Iappears It
appears was but simply carrying carryingthe ou outhe out outthe
the Adtritnlstratlons AdJnletratons orders In trim trimmlng trimmlng try tryming m
mlng down the old soldier pensions pensionstheir pensionstheir pensie ne lS a
their widows and their orphans orphansarticle Ai Aiarticle An Anmtcle t tn
article mtcle elsewhere from our commis commisslonor commissionr cam camsioner mis Is ig
slonor sionr in New York ueals more n nlength at atI
I length with this oily oiy McKinley mat matter matter m at
ter of pensions and pensioners pensionersI Th The Thel T
l 1 present 1reSen t excerpt is therefore conflnei conflneito confned confnedI confl conflto n M
to the Pension Office Ofce direct and to toI thi thiCommissioner the theI t
I I Commissioner himself himselfAs htmsel himselfAs
As to the Commissioner HonI Hon H H HClay HClay
I Clay Evans The Globe Gobe believes that thahe thathe t
he Is prompted promptet in handling the affa affaof attain attainof afairs afairsof I
of the office ofce as far fa as possible under undethe underthe urn I
the snide civil civi service rules not to toan di dian do doan
an injustice InJnstce to any cleric but It I Is be beyond beyonll 0
yond his power to have persona personaknowledge personal personalI perso na1
I llnowlrr I knowledge of oaoh 9Qh employe and sr 1 Ln h I Imj Imjto lQ lQt 1 1to
t to accept nccept to a a great extent the state statement statement she te
I ment of officials as to affairs afairs of the of olflee ofI
I flee Many lany of these officials he Is laresponsible no noresponsible not notresponsible
responsible for either their appol appoint appointment appointment nt
ment or promotion promotionAs
As stated In last Sundays Globe Globeand Oobe Oobeand Glob Globand
and this Information Informaton comes from fromcreditable I i icreditable a acrecltlble
creditable crecltlble source sourcethe the President ha hano
no Jntenton Intention te remove Mr Evans s slong sQlong <
10 long as n Hr m Jvanl Eyanq pang M desires tre to remain remainThe re1aln re1alnTbe rema remaThe In
r
The onslaught on on lilfili IIIiI this Presld President Prealdenknows Presidentknows
knows is not due to acts Of Mr evn evnconception Evans Evansconception EYnnsconcepton ns
conception concepton as cne he was merely tile tJ tileministrative Ad Admlnlstratlve Admlnlstratve Drs
mlnlstratlve mlnlstratve officer ofcer who obeyed orders ordenfrom ordersfront ord ordfrom rg
from higher authority authorityAs authoriy authoriyAs
As Commissioner Evans term of offlw of offiw offf if
fiw ff will wi bo le regulated by his pleasu pleasuin pleasure pleasurein pleasureIn Ire re
in the matter mater Tho Globe Oobe this morning mornlnjpresents morningpresnts mornf mornfpresents th Jj g
presents a few eucsestions to him will willa witha l
presnts Bltgestons
fnslmorallylranti fnslmorallylrantitidally
a view ff of bette bettering beterpg morally and aul of offlcially offclaly o it
tidally fclaly his hi officelie office officeMo ofce ofceHe
Mo Is a I man of character cbarl ill Ii private privatelife litit lititlife rlnt rlntle ajp lt g
life le and 111 of integrity Interly in the Official ri llt and andbusiness andbusln a abuslnesa nd id d
business busln M world and it is beJUVfri belQWili that thatIf thit thitIf t tif hat lit it
If he wilt wl eurcfully aTefuly Investigate the tb fol following foilowing t tlowing o 01 a ¬
lowing sUtNiionts stltl ents ha will wi find sever severofficials several severalofficials severa severaofcials tat al I
officials ofcials whose whos term tert of official ofcial life lfe could couldbe couldbe co cobe u1d lid id
be cut short by bY feiiioval f i Val and thereby therebygreatly therebYgreth here heregreatly by > y
greatly greth Improve this tl efficiency clency and andrelity mo morality morilty 10 0 ¬
rality rilty of the public publc service serviceThe serf seffeeThe
The letters received at Hie it Olobo Uobe lobo loboflee of office offce f ¬
flee Indicate that the cursory feniarks feniarkslout f r9aiar r9aiarlast l rks rksInlt ks ls s
fce
lout Inlt Sunday relative relatve to the Pdlisloil PdlisloilOfflce PIlsmt PIlsmtOfce Pdlisl Pdlislomce oft 1
Offlce Ofce and Incidentally Incidentaly to Messrs MessrsKelly MessrsIely Mess MessKelly rd s S
Kelly Iely Cuddy Brookes Irool < es and Johnnie JohnnieWoods JohnnieWoods JohnniWoods e eO
Woods met with wih the general Indorse Indorsement Indorsement indor indormeat so ie ¬
ment of tho employes of that officeLet office officeLet olce olceLet
Let Mr Evans by way of the Inltla InltlaWve InlUave Initi Initihive a 1
hive ve In the matter take one of o his hisslstantsthere as assistants nsslstantsthere so i ¬
sistants slstantsthere there are only two One Onetuom of oftuom oftuem t
tuom Is a a man mat above reproach andis and It ItIs ItIs t
Is well wel known to nearly every ewplc ewplcof employe employeof eilploye Ye Ie 8 I Iof
of his office ofce to which wlich one these com comments comments cot cotmeats n ¬
ments apply This man was employed employedfor employellCor employ employfor ed III 1 I
for o number of years IH the office otne b btore be before be e e ¬
fore being elevated elovate to an Assistant AssistantCommlsslonorslifp Assistnt AssistntCommissionership Assista AssistaConunisslonershlp nt It t
Commissionership He has a wife wie and andgrown anllgrown an angrown II I
grown children and tills tlls reason rlson ale aleprecludes alone aloneprecludes alOReJeclules no e
precludes Jeclules naming him He Is a man manof manof ma maof n 1
of no official ofcial capacity capaclyal1 and the tle loose llso life lifehe lifehe lit litbe e I
he has led since being promoted Is in indicative Indlcatve ii iidteatlve I ¬
dicative dlcatve of no respectability relJectablty or sense senseof snse sons e J I Iof
of common COlmOI decency He le Is i tho con constant cot cotstart I ¬ I I Istnnt
start companion of stu Amazoniabuilt Amazonian Amazonianbuilt n I I ibui
I
built bui female This woman womln dresses llrese d fesses in t tthe n I Ithe Ithe
the height of fashion and flaunts faunts her herheld hel he heheld I r I
held upon this Assistant Commlsloner CommlslonerIn r I Iin
in the eyes of every respectable respectble female fllmile fllmileI femalontidoye e I IDmployi I
Dmployi It I N I + within wihin the 111 power flpr flpror pnave pnaveof r j jif
or if Mr Evans to easily easiy ascertain ascertiin al alabout all al I 1 I Iibout I
about the matter mater and lift lt from the of ofHIlnl o ollrlal f j j I
Irlal trouuh troulh a 1 man 1111 so lo II lot > t to all ul al alhe I j jue I
the ue proprieties propriete It I Is up to Mr Kvans EmiI Rveuto s i iLO
to act actAs actAs actAs
As to Walter Waler Brooks the man of th the thedeuthful thesleuthful e I
deuthful attainments It would not be beinwlse beunwise b bunwise a
unwise for the Commissioner to call cal calhim l i I Iilm
him upon the carpet and make makea a tai row fewInquiries v I Inqulrtes I
Inquiries as to how a certain Widow Widowwcured Wilow Wilowclel wido I i
wcured clel an appointment said Mil to be behrough beth b bthrough a
rough th the civil civi service too as a rosl rosident rosllant res I ILf
dent nt of a State In which she never Mt Mtfoot so sofoot t tfoot
Lf
foot Mr Ir Brooks lrookl probably 11obably knows her hern herIn horiii
In n fact fnct his memory could coul be Jogged jogjod by bylie brthe b bthe Y
the Information that she resides rehles e eCapitol en enJopltol enCapitol n
Capitol Hill 11 and was recently at At Atantic Atlantc Atlantic
antic lantc City Mr Brooks Drooks has charge of ofho ofthe o othe f
the ho records and al11 ought to know knowprob knowprobnbly knowprobably prob probably ¬
ably does know knowand and no doubt Iloult would wouldie wouhlbe wouhbe 1
be ie pleased to give full fulllnformaUon Information at atill atni at atnil
nil ni ill events let Mr Evans make a few fownqulrloB tot totinquiries v I IInquiries
Inquiries His Is Inquiry will wi do no harm harmml harmIlll harmturd
Illl turd ml at all al risks would be beneficial benerclal to tohe tothe t tthe 0
the he service serviceChief serviceChief serviceChief
Chief Law Clerk Cuddy Culdy may be b0barren bebarren a aarren
barren arren field fioll for Inquiry Inqulr as A to legal legalnowledce legalImowlellre legalknowledge
knowledge Imowlellre but It would be In the line lineif lne lneof tin e
of if his duty luty for the Commissioner to tonil t o I Iel
el nil Lawyer Cuddy Into the room an and d i iave 1 1have
have ave one of the thE youngsters youngters who are areudylng aretudylnj ar e I
tudylnj udylng law in the office ofce act at as quiz quizmnster i iaster
aster with wih a view of ascertaining 1 I Iho
ho 10 depth dlpth offBarrlster of Barrister Cuddys fomll fami I f
iority larl ty with Blackstone Blackston If I this tis legal lagallight legallight
light Igbt answers one question qestion la 1 ten prop properly properly proponly
erly regarding the fundamental fundalntal prla prlaclplee prlnclple principles
clplee clple of common law The h Globe Gobe will willacquiesce wiL wiLacquiesce willacquiesce
acquiesce with the Commissioner ComDlonr In lathe Intbe inthe
the decision to Let lt him bl remain rlaln Itwould It Itwould It
would ho an agreeable agreeable and pleasing pleasingsight pleasig pleasigsight pleasingsight
sight from from a 0 farce farfe standpoint to have havetae bawtne havetoe
tae Assistant Aslstant Chief Chf Law Clerk one MrStewart Mr Mrbiowart Urbtowart
Stewart follow Cuddy In i the witness wltnMftII wltn witnesschair
chair If I this clrcus clrcusUka clrcusUe like lawyer an anu In Inswers ancorrectly
swers correctly corrccty one one question Queslon In a hun htmdyed hundred hu ¬
dred Tho Globe will wi cheerfully cheerfuly above agrsewith a abovewith ee eewih
with wih the Commissioner Commisioner he should should re reIII reo reomain remain
main main ns tho Assistant Assitat to Chief Cuddy CuddyW CuddyAs CuddyAs
As to Johnnie Johnie Woods Assistant AssistantChisf Assitant AssitantChd
Chief Chd of Files Jles it may be charity to toe topass
pass him by His Hi great grt fault is L not nothis nota
his own making mak he h hi was born that thatway that thatway
way He Is Is of bulk bul It 1 not quality quallt and anda
a few fw kindly kl word words well spoken with vltha wih wiha
1
a detail detai to to one of the little ltle carryalls carryallswhich corryals corryalswhich carryallswhich
which the the young men shift about about the thebuilding thobuiding thebuilding
building buiding to the th great gcat detriment detrlent ofa of f foter
other oter peoples peoles shins shil would suffice sutc Ho Heneeds
needs work ork not mental but physical physicl physiclIt
It will wU do him good goodie go
The Globe does dos not desire desir to give givetho gve gvete glueUna
tho Pension Pelllon Office omc amore a more thorough thoroughwrite thoroughwrite thoroughwrite
write te up until unt Mr Evans has shown shownwhether shownI
whether he Is i In earnest ernest in his desire desireto deire deireto desireto
to clean up u the establishment establsbment In spots spotse
that cean are ar shown to need It I To corre corregive CDrrespondents
that spondents many of thom faing failing to toof togive
give glvo names name we have simply to say that thatit thatIt that1t
th the persons men and women whom whomih whomh
tb they prsons describe decribe are well wel known to silo iaor Lle Ller
Globe tbey but there is no necessity necOslty toroast to toroast torasL
Gobe roast rasL a woman oman unless unll thereby the thereal thee
real culprit culpritthe the man behind her hercan hercanbe caa caabe
be reached reachedas
The parties partie touched touche In this artiulfl artiulfla artQl arils arilsa Is I
are the best Judges at The Globes Gobes for forre forvo forLearance
bearance ar and Its disinclination disinclnaton to t tf In InJure InId Ind
Jure learance the Innocent while whie performing performlg its itsduty Itsduty itsduty
duty to the public publo in endeavoring endeovorlg to toweed toe t te o
e weed out the guilty guly We could make maked makeId mak e
our remarks more mre blistering blistering sacked Vackeda sackedby ackeda ad
by substantiated substantated facts were ve e mall mallclous maUan mallclone
clous reckless reckl9 or Inclined to make tva tvay war warlU wareven r
guilty ii women UA A ward v w1 t 4rt 4rta to totie o
even upln upon guiy or
the wise is sufficient sufclent la a an old and andh an anhe d
trite tie saying Its application appllcUon in the thon thereo th a
present trlf instance will wi It Is to bo bl toped topedhave hopet hopeton hopedon
have due weight and effect etect upon upon the ther theminds th thIr e
minds of not only the persons men menshall menUonll menn
Uonll tionetl In n this artcle article but on others we weI w e
shall be compelled compeled to notice notce In a the in into Into into ¬
sll1 Urests of the public publc service it tier tieris there thereIt thereI e
Is not an Immediate and radical radicalchange rndlcal rndlcalmt 1 L
I change In their conduct and deport deportment deportm
ment as public servants The Uxpay tx pay paylS
publc
ers require from those who eat the thetn thet th e 3
bread the public pays ior or the ordl ordlig ordlIs
publc
nnry decencies observed uy men as asat and andM andat d
women who have to earn their 1QI 1QIat Avoli AvoliGoode
hoods outside the public service Ths Thshe Thl g i
he Is not asking anything lY thing unreasnable unreasnableLed unreasonnbl S i
nigh right rightthe nighhe t
has a
Led od or any more than the public lJblic 1
from lie servants and It Is Isthe 1 s
he MA to iu aAiJ expect < ti tithe Is
the duty of an honest press to Insis Insisi Insist InsistH InsisH t >
that such conduct shal shall be observed observed1at observe d
1at i and the services paid for by the Gov Government GovI Go Goeminent v
ernment rendered to the people peoplewo peopleI peopl0We
ire rs Commissioner Evans foi foio for forreforms r
We look to
o reforms reforms along the lines here Indicated Indicatedbe indicatedbo
In Ills ls ofl oflCAPT ot oflpe >
I Ite
rgg CAPT HENRY GESSFORDof GESSFORD GESSFORDA ESSFORDnt
II CAPT
A Meritorious Meriorious homotion promoton of o a Tai faiented TaiI Ta Taas I I
Il as ented and Ambitious Ambitous Officer Officerit o ce r
sQ SQIn
Innt
nt it The Globe Gobe had rather rathf r a sharp crlt crltIcism crl cry t
Icism on the promotion of a certain certainrg n
captain of police in its last Sundays SundaysIssue Slndays SlndaysIssuo SundayIssue a
Issue While Whie wo e mentioned no names namesif namesof namespollee
police polce circles knew who was mean meant meantre ment mentIre t
In a a further Investigation Into thi this thisJj thisl S Sth
matter The Globe Gobe believing beleving In Jus Jusit ju juo s
tlce and fair play presents the result resultas resul nasal nasalas t
as follows followsg folows folowslt
Harry L Goasford Gosford the captain ra raid reo reond red ¬
feiTfld CIQ to was appointed to what Is Isit Islit I
known M Al DeskSergeant In ii the th Polio Pollcoa Polco
Department f p > C Jan 5 1881 188 By ly lyal n
I hard work eoiiSMfit COlj ° jft uaf Application and andid andlid an d I
I I steno observance he bfctime bCe1M proficient proficienty il lClent lClentby L
Iin i In th tbl he knowledge knowlete of District Dktrtt laws Inwl and an I
rulings rUlngs of the courts and Ind an expert expertIn txpert txpertI sxperIn t l
In matters nltters pertaining to to the force And An Anf Q I
I was enabled ennbl d to advise as to proper ac acs acls
flea ton In delicate delcate matters maters which the po poUce
I Uce had te handle He has n record in inS 1ns 1 °
J apprehending and handling criminate crlmlnnl I
i and IUII on one occasion while whie n Desk DeskSergeant Desltie i IWnlhlnKton
Sergeant at the station stntoa In southwest southwestWashington southwest1Vaaliington
Washington WnlhlnKton he was notified notfied that a aa aa
t woman had been murdered by her bus busi busso
I
band N Nf Ne officer olcer being within wihin call cal he het
j i j placed the lie janitor In charge of the eta sto I
tan hastened to the scone scene of the theIe
i i tragedy trgedy and nnl arrested aneted the notorious notoriousmurderer notoriousn notoriousmurderer
murderer Prank Frnk Minor llnor Among other otberIII
things he located and allI secured the thewidely thee thee I i
widely known Beverly Williams Wilams for forIt
whom the police were looking looking on the theII
charge of murdering an employe of the theStevenson thee
Stevenson Stevelson Express Company Com pnny
Ills Is efficiency and ability oblt attracted attractedthe ntracted
the attention of the late Colonel ColonelJ
Moore when he was Superintendent of
Police who transferred trnsfurrell him to head headquarters headI
quarters and ills lis conduct and quallfl
quaII quaIII
cations have caused those with whom
he has come In contact to regard him himas
as one of the best equipped men In the
department for the position to which
lie was WS recently recenty promoted Ho liols is klnllr kind kindyet
but positive genial but dignifed dignified strut
yet Just in other ol1r words possesses in Ina
a marked Usrked degree those qualities qualtes which whichshould whichhouhl
should distinguish distnguish a man placed in incommand Incommnnd lps
command of others Heretofore all allpolice aUpOlce allpolice
police pOlce work aside from clerical has hasdevolved hasdevolved
devolved on the superintendent ex excepting exceptnl oxceptiug ¬
cepting ceptnl the detective detectve branch brnch requiring reuiring
his constant and unremitting unremittng ntten ottentlon
tloii tlmL day and night holidays holdays and Sun Suni SundltYI
days dltYI With Wih a view of relieving relevIng him himself himselC himgolf ¬ I
self that tmt he might give some attentiont0shltly attention attentionto attenton attentontostlly
t0shltly to tostlly study of police polce matters P1atters and men he hehas hehns
has called cled to his assistance a slstance n young youngmail youngman youngwan
mail who knows his policy polcy thoroughly thoroughlyand tholughly tholughlyAnd
and Who has ha already taken up Ip many
Important Inportalt matters maters to relieve releve the un unequal unequal ¬
equal equal distribution distributon of duties that for foryears forears
years ears existed and nd It was WIS through Ma Major Majar hfajar ¬
jar Sylvesters Sylvest rs personal exertions exertons that thatthe thatthe
the office ofce was created to give him the theassistance theItlslstance theaaslstance
assistance Itlslstance which for many years elrs un under under
der n needed advanced advlned conditions conditons has been beenneeded ben benneeded beenn
A Treat Theatrical TheatricalWashington Theatrial TheatrialWashington
Washington Washingtonwill will wi bo favored in Oc October e ¬
tober next by the initial inital presentation pretatlon pretatlonby 1 1by
by Miss 18 Maude Adams Adals of the play playI I Iwritten
written writen for her by Ji J M Barrio Darie Mr Mrfnd Mrand i innd
and fnd Mrs Mr Barrio ar le coming from their r rhpmt
home In England nglln to witness wln6 the per 1
fdrmance r
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS NEWSA
A SLxteenYearOld SbteenYeaOld Boy Avenges AvengesHis Aveng AvengHs AvengesHis
His Hs Sisters SLters WrongEEECTROCUTED Wrong WrongELECTROCUTED WrongELCTROCUTED
ELECTROCUTED ELCTROCUTED WHILE BATHINGArrested BATHING BATHINGArrested BATHINGAresled
Arrested Aresled for or Indecent ExpesureSulclddd Eipesure Suicided Be Because Becauso Because ¬
cause of Ida t a Faithlessness Faihlessne of His HlsSat HlsSatheartFarlers HIsSeeet HIsSeeetheartFarmers Sweet Sweetheart ¬
heart heartFarlers heartFarmers Farmers Bod Body Found In a Cistern ClsternNarrnw CisternNarrow Cst rn rnNarrnw
Narrnw Escape ESape From Crowning Qestjed QestjedHome Istted IsttedHomo QasttedHome
Home anlFamtlf andamtJ for Her Loier LoierCincinnati LoyerClnchultt toterCincinnati
Cincinnati Clnchultt July Jul OFor 0 For indecentlyexposing Indecently Indecentlyexposing hultcenty hultcentyeXlJslng
exposing eXlJslng his person peron while whie in II m A s state of ofbeastly oCbelty ofbeastly
beastly belty Intoxication Intoxicaton a prominent proDI > ent Co Columbus ColumlmS CoImuhus ¬
lumbus lumlmS politician poltcan who gavahU glve gave his 1 name nameat lame lameat nameat
at the Ninth street station slatol as JohnDowwasarreated John JohnDow JohnDow
Dow Dowwasarreated was arrested In Fountain Foulbln Square Squaretli Squarethis Squarethis
tli this Is evening after afer n desperate desferte strugglewith struggle strugglewith trugglewith
with two ollleern olcers He was Wa clubbed clubbedIntosubinlBsloii cllbed cllbedl1tsubmlssl clubbedlulo
IntosubinlBsloii l1tsubmlssl lulo submission u and Iml rltldun rhll In II u 1 seminude semi seminude seminut
nude nut condition 111 II the pntnil wagon to tothestatlou toth tothestntlan
thestatlou th stilon house Ilpatand Hunt and whisky whiskyate whl whiskyaxe k kae
ate ae given as an excuse CXCUl by I Ills friends friendsColumbus friendsColumbus rlendsClumbus
Columbus Clumbus Neb JuJy Juy 0The The six sixteenyear sixteeu sixteenyear
teenyear teeu lar old oh brother brothlr of bliss 1 s Viola ViolaGreen Violaiteon Iola IolaBrn
Green Brn whose whn e seduction seducton was WI laid Illd at the thedoor theI
door dor of Richard lUchurc GElttlths Olltthsl a hardware hardwarethe hlrdwlre hlrdwlremerclumt hardtvatemerchant
merchant shot thC thq hatter later bead lead through thruughthe throughthe
the window of his dining lning room whileut while whileateupper wble wbleI1t
ateupper I1t supper with lite hi wife and Ind twoohll twoohlldren two Ihl mill
dren Grilllths GrUUhs was under bonds bonds for fortho forthe
the seduction Ictucton ot 0 the girl and the ti pre prellinlunry preIhnluarr
llinlunry hearing hellul was set for toDor toDorrow to totuoiv totuoivrow mor morraw
row Young oung Gie aenls queen n Is In Jail JailLondon Jai JaiIJollon
London IJollon July Juy 6 6he = The 1haIrlslrmewGet Irish Irllh member memberof wenlbr
of Parliament Plrlallut who gent a tn turtdeclla turtdecllatlon tort it decline declination ¬
flea to the Fourth of July JUl banquet be becnuso becluse beenuao
cnuso cluse the brat trst toast on the t Ie Ust was WIS to tothe tothe
the King 1llg 1tigof of o Eugland l < ullnll Justifies JU t 8 himself himselfon hlmsell
on UI the incongruity incngruity of 01 toasting tOlstug tho thoroyal thoroyal
royal descendant deSClllllnt and nld Inheritor Inlwxlor Inliatltorof of thetbroie the thethrone thetlrone
throne which scught to enslave enshnl the thepatriots thee1
patriots patriots ef e1 1776 and which wlllh would wuull have havenanged haveL
Imaged nanged them as I tallow talor81r if f they the failed fulledEnglishman fled fledI failedInglishuimi
I Englishman ore hypocritical h pocrltcal syco sycophauts s co coI
I I phauts phntts who attend nteud such banquets banquetsSalisbury bmlgnetsSalisbury
Salisbury Bnlshury Md hl July Jul a 6Uolaul 6UolaulCautwol 0Roland Roland RolandCautwell
Cautwell Cautwol and Mrs 11 Cora T I Bradley Bradleywho BIalle BIallewho Bradleywho
who were arrested nrested in tl BuMmore Rah huore on 01 a ai acharge
charge of theft thef at Ocean City CI are rest resii rsl rsldent restdaubs
daubs dent of this place It I ha b has been known knownfor knownfor knownt
for some S0l0 time that the two were fast fastfriend flst flstfrle
friend frle Ih Mrs Bradleys rdleys husband is a ahighly ahlgbl nt
highly hlgbl resected n1ctellltzen rteiy > ected citizen but Is much mucholder mucholder
older than his handsome halhome wife Cant Cantwell Cantwel
well wel boarded buurtell near lear the llradley Urdley home homeand homeaud ionicnud
and the tbl casual c1ullm meetings otug and greetings greetingswhich greetugs greetugswhteh greetingsr
which at first frt marked mllcd the Intercourse Intercourseof e eof
of the couple gradually grtlualy faded aa awaytobe awaytobereplaced nwatob nwatobreplace nytobo nytoboreplaced >
replaced by passionate plllnate fondness foudnes whichculminated which whlc whlcculmluntll whieliculrtiinnted
culminated culmluntll in il their tJdr ebpemnnt eloperlut No Nof Noparte11Lr Noparticulars
particulars parte11Lr can 11 be le lenrugd r Jf ise q
f r charge uharl of ofh ofhr o thefyv thefy thefyvcd
r r tn tlnutic t City lt N J Jul July 6 0Two wo
you v oUg ladle ladles sisters named Moore
j wert wore Aucd aved vcd vcdwVm wVm ruin IromillS dross < hng here Moor thi this
laftelliooii In aft 16000 hou When Wbel rescued resru ed they the were werewith wereoth wr ee
with but oth i unconscious Uloonclou and clasped Inspell in Jnench Jnenchottl ti eachotiiCts each eachothers
others ottl r arms There was IS treat Itlt dim dillculty dimfiilry
1m 1mlUl
fiilry lUl in II restistlcntlng rcsustcntug the elder of the
two but bl she was wa dually tlal declared out outof outuf outof
of danger this evening They her had Im Imprudently 1mprUlput ¬
prudently prUlput ventured after afer repeated repeatedwarning
warning out tar 10 fur Both oth were repnted repntedwnrulng good goodswimmers goodswimmers goodstviunners
swimmers swimmersLrs swimmersLcs stviunners1j15
Lrs Angeles Cal July Jil 6 61he The sul sulclde suIcde
clde cde of J Thompson lhomol Lee of Pittsburg llt blrg
in this eattKr city clt city last l1t night ul ht It now UO develops developswas developswas
was caused cauid by b tli til the y yt uug lady Ild to whom
he hetrns was WIS engaged elguged atop ng n with wih w Itlt Thomas rholas
U Aldridge Aldrlge last week Mi M 1 Lee came
clue
here two days dlYs ago to visit Isit Ills hl uncle uuclondf uncleood unclen
ndf ood n ° tif f rget r et his 1 Ine ve troubles tl11bles tmublesbut but took tookhis
his own uWllfu life last night nightIttrlfc nightPdrfa
nllht nllhtPltls
Ittrlfc Pltls July Jil 0the d The rhe automobile automobile ncoi RcolI
automobie
dents Ient In the PurlsBerlln lulslerln race rce are le still
causing an outcry uutcr since Deputy Deptly Gnu sti
OIU OIUI
thler brught lrught the matter up m the
Chamber Chnlber of Deputies Deputes Depatlas He asked n ked that thlt thltI
nweasuresutunnublles measures mel weasuresutunnublles easures ur6 be taken to stop ruim rnnuln rnnulnI running g
I n automobiles Iutolobles at excessive exceShe Hled apeeni eed fwd amiremarked ud
remarked amid loud applause nppllme from
and cud the Rirhtiss IlhhtlsU H saddening nddcnlnf llt st that tmt idea it I to was wn organize a 1 singular singularand singitlarcud Inglht a race
to Herllu Blrln passing through n JJailles Bn1fC and audI
Hediin HediinOttawa Hedlu HedluOtawn FeduuUttuw
Ottawa Otawn n July JII 0 GA A party plrtv of six sixI sixrere8elh sixrepreseuttativel
representative rere8elh te farmers tulerl > Irmere of the Molasknu oJI kun
tribe trlhe11f if South Russia nl IRJ arrived arhel here her htohargo In Incharge
charge of A Lundy Llllll of o or Hamburg Humblrg Geimany Ger Germany Gel
many mal The he men who are lre line Ine stal stalwart stnlwurt stalwart
wart looking agriculturists IJrlcultlrl ts are ploiu ploiuI ploueer den deneels
eels eer coming cOlln after afer a delegation deleatol of the
tribe trile who visited visied Canada UIIIII last year er
These 1bele six will wi settle Hetie and aUI at It the same 11110
time tme look about them thel for r good good land
The tribe trlle numbers Ilmbers some Ol1e liOOO IOO In II all allnnd Il alland
and aldl to looking lookll for a home hOae whore goad gOOl
land Illd can be le had and allilbrt liberty enjoyed enjoyedRtouchbtirg lIJod lIJodRtHlchbur enjoyedStouchburg
Rtouchbtirg RtHlchbur PH PI July JII u Ifhe 0ihe The body bodyof bdy bdyof hotlyof
of John Edwards a farme farle r was Wi found fOll
In II a I cl tern terl on his hi premises prlmll near here
Hlshend Is Ills head was terribly terrlbl gashed lshed with wih a I
knife and ald the coroners CHrOlers jury decided dteldl
It I was n clear leurca8o ehearcase cane of lt murder murderPekln Ilrder IlrderPukln murder murderlekiu
Pekln July Jul 0 61he The arrival lrrhttl of Duke
Lan Lil end Inl Prince luau ull at Iluniskl llllski llllskilrkesllu
Turkestan lrkesllu in rn which whlh place of bmilsh bmilshinent bHllsh bHllshment banlaltflout
flout they tho have 110 been leIl xentenwd > lnteld to re reside reo reoIde reside ¬
side Ide Is aniiiunced UIIIlll11 A Husslan Uulthm Consul Con ul
Is stationed stltonell at It Ulumnkl llul kl and Illl he ht Vvill viJllnotify Vvillnotify
notify ltf the Rns nl Rushni < lui I I Government Uuerulelt should shoull II
the banished Chinese leave lelHe that place placeToroi plnct plnctltO placeTorot
Toroi ltO to Canada Ci undo July Jul tIl uMrs MrsT 9 1 Jf
Baker and Mrs ri Welch WelCl wife of J J JI
Welch two of the principal Ixincipal1orouto Toronto Torontoiol oronto
IHlllpal
heirs heir iol t to < th Colonel linker llker estate 8ltute of
Philadelphia Phludolphla supposed SUPluled to be b + valued niltlat at
800000000 OOOO have hle received rlolvel definite no ¬
deJule
lO
flee lee from frm Philadelphia Phialelllhil that the estate ttRt8
is to be le dually Iluly settled ll tt Il I by b the courts curts
tils this month louth Mrs lI Baker has hRI just jl blot t re nourned ¬
tUrled t turned from frm rout Philadelphia lhladclphlu Her Hlr hus hUi ro
bond htld was WtS a I grout grolt grandson grndwn of u1 Colonel
Ilkcrwho Rtkerwhio linker who had fourbrothers rourbrotheJ tour brothers who cam camover CRIlt Gauss Gaussever
over Oer from frotl Germany Oermll lennnu early EaTI in the tlt last lastcentury Ilst IlstCeltur lastcentury
settler
Celtur century and 1111 settled etel In Canada lunluIR Th Thilescondents llt The
descendants descendelts of those brothers rthel at Ir are the theprincipal tha11rhlIpt1 theprincipal
11rhlIpt1 principal heirs to the estatePhiladelphia estate esrtntePhiladelphia OIte OItePhlnlielphll
Philadelphia Phlnlielphll July Jul 0 6IWI Two men menwhose menwhoil ntenwhose
whoil whose Identity hl ltlt Is II not yet known knownllt knownlltlolth wet weteath
lolth d loath in a peculiar manner lanltr while hiI bath bathing oth intir ¬
ing on 01 the bunch lolch nt lt Washington WuhllltOI Ri + shhlrton Park Park3ver
Over Homo 1010 pilings pings a cable lbl had hltl been beenlaid lli1
Inll laid and close cJe to It wsa Hi H I wire wlrt + curry curryng trttryug
lug ng electricity elcclrlolt to the thl jwrk Itrk In II some somenanner Mie Mie11Jller eanionumber
number 11Jller the two tw o came l11 in contact tiJtRotIUll tiJtRotIUllI and andw tolds
I a w s the men 1IU ollmlied olhlhll to the top of the theitlliis theplujs theytllhigs
plujs ytllhigs itlliis they the touched the cable Jleflt I10fltmet Jlefltnen 110l
met lel were Instantly lustant killed kied

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