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An Excellent ExcellentAdvertising ExcellentAd
Advertising Ad verUsln Medium MediumRead MediumRead bledluntRend
Read Every EveryDay Ever EverD3Y EveryUay
Day In the Week
WALTER C PRIDDY PRIDDYAppointed PRIDDYAppointed PRIDDYAppointed
Appointed Clerk in the Pension Of Office Office Office
fice by EvaltsA Evans EvansA EvansA
A FULL HISTORY OF HIS CASE CASEi CASEThe i iThe I I1he
i
The Rilled tellers Letlersintha In the Union Building BulldlngTaken BulldlngTakenFrom BulldingTakenFrom Talen TalenFrom
From His Hands by Captain FerrellHis FerrellHlsResignation FerrellHisI FerrellHisRestgnation
I Resignation and the Immunity Which Fol FolloivedSlepFather Fol10wedStepFather FollowedStep
loivedSlepFather lowedStep Father Crooks and Falher Fattierln FattierlnLaw FatherInLaw In InLaw
Law Brian Pull Him ThroughMr Through ThroughMr
Mr Walter C Priddy whom our ourreaders ourrealors ourroaOre
readers will remember was caught caughtdcall caughtdoad
and ab abetrncUng abstracting
dead to rights rifling letters
Btractlng the money at the Union UnionBuilding UntonBuilding
Building branch of the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmcntlrlnUng Government1rinling
Printing Office early In Juno last was wasLro wasbrought
brought Lro ght up for trial the past week be before before
fore Commissioner II Clay Evans act acting acting
ing as judge and a jury c composed mposed ot otMr ofMr
Mr Priddys stepfather General GeneralCroolts GeneralCrooke
Crooks of the White House Foreman ForemanBrian ForemanBrian
Brian and Superintendent Illcketts ot otthe otthe ofthe
the Government Printing Office OI ce Su Superlnteiident Suoperlntendent Superlntendent I
perlntendent Ferrell of the Union UnionBuilding UnionBuilding
Building prosecuted the case Cap Captaln Captain
tain Ferrell stated that his suspicions suspicionswere suspicionswere
were first directed towards Prlddy by bythe bythe bythe
the return of a D misdirected book bear bearing bearIng boarjug ¬
ing a typewritten address Mr Ma Maloney Maloney Maloney
loney always addressed the wrappers wrapperswith wrapperswith wrapperswith
with pen and Ink Some time previous previousto
to the return of this telltale tell tale book a ayoung Dyoung ayoung
young clerk was caught In the act of ofrlmng ofrifling
rifling the letters and abstracting the themoney themoney themoney
money He was tried convicted and andsentenced andsontenced andsontenced
sontenced to the penitentiary at ntMoundsvllle atrIoundsvllle atMoundsville
Moundsvllle W V Vn where ha Is at atllresent atpresent
present llresentHow presentHow
How long Prlddy had been rifling the theletters theletters
letters he could not state but the ac acaunt account
< count aunt published In the Sunday Globe GlobeJuue I IJune
June 9th was substantially correct correctPriddy I IPriddy
Priddy was watched and an seen to lift liftthe I I
the letters from the table take them theminto theminto I IInto
into the watercloset tear them open openand
and abstract the money mane The captain captaincaught captaincaught captaincaught I
caught him redhanded In the act and andreported I Ireported
reported tho matter to the Public PublicPrinter 1 1Printer
Printer Priddy had a book he was wasabout I II I Iabout
about to wall with a typewritten ad address j jdress
dress on the wrapper and this book bookthe I Ithe
the captain produced In evidence at atthe atthe
the time The modus operandi by bywhich bywhich
which Priddy Increased his 5 per perdiem I Idiem
diem the salary p paid ld him him tori orl doing doingabsolutely I Iabsolutely
absolutely nothing was In this man manner manner mannor
I
ner I IFrom
nerFrom From all over the country corre correapondents I Ip
pandents p ndents write for various Govern Governmeat I Iment
ment publications at the list prices pricesThese pricesThese
These letters were placed on a table to towhich towhich
which Priddy had access and nobody nobodyparticularly 1 1particularly
particularly looked after the young youngman youngman 4 4man
man as he was a privileged character characterbeing characterbeing
being the soninlaw of the chief of offlclal atficlal offlcial
flclal Brian of the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting
Printing Office and the stopson of a aman aman aman
man Crooks who lives at the White WhiteHouse Whitehouse
House and Is the Presidents confi confidentlal confidential
dentlnl man of affairs affairsOpening affairsOpening
Opening these letters Prlddy ab abstracted abstractod
stracted the money and mailed the thebook thebook
book or books paid for to the subscribers subscrIb subscrIbers
ers rs or correspondents He took the theboolts thebooks
books needed from the bins wrote tho theaddress thoaddress
address in typewriter and chucked the theboolu thebooks
books into the big mail basket in tho thobuilding thobuilding thebuilding
building This was all easy of accom accomplishment accomplishment
plishment as Priddy for tho reasons reasonscited reasonscited
cited could go anywhere in the build buildIng buildIng building
Ing and come and go when he pleased pleasedNo pleasedNo pleasedNo
No other employe had this privilege prIvilegeAt
At the conclusion of the captains clptalnssta
statement sta ment he was asked how he came cameto cameto cameto
to surprise Priddy in the act The cap captaln capthin
thin smiled and said It was dead deadeasy deadeasy
easy After the return of the mis misdirected mlsdirected misdirected
directed book ho knew nobody but butPriddy butPriddy
Priddy could without detection write writeaddresscs writeaddresses
addresses on the typewriter besides besldoshe besidesho
he had taken the pains to Inquire InquireI ot ofi 1 1tho
I i tho men who wrapped up the books It ifthey Itthey 1 1they
they had wrapped ivp any an for IJrlddy prllidyor
or seen him take them They had of ofcourse atcourse ofcourse
course So the captain laid for his hisman hisman
man and when Prlddy entered the thewatercloset thewatercloset
watercloset to tear open the envelopes envelopesthe envelopesthe
the captain had his ear to the parti partition partytlon
tion on the other side Ho heard the therustling therustling
rustling of the paper tho tearing of ottho
tho envelopes etc and ho Immediatelyswooped Immediately Immelliatelyswooped
swooped down on Priddy and lHI found founllthe
the damning evidence of his guilt guiltThe guiltThe
The court here took a recess for half halfan halfan i ian
an hour to permit a messenger to bring bringfrom bringfrom
from The Globe office a copy of The TheGlobe TheGlobe
Globe of Juno 9th When Tho he Globe Globewas Globewas Globewas
was produced tho defence smiled trl trlumphantly trlumpliantly
umphantly and pointed out that the theartlclo thearticle
article charged the crlmo to n man mannamed
named Pruddy while the defendants defendantsname defendantsname
name as everybody know was PriddyJudge Priddy PriddyJudge
Judge Evans smiled and made a hoto i10teof hotot 1 1of
t of the point raised raisedThen raisedThen
Then Captain Brian opened for the thedefense thef
f oJ r defense He acknowledged with some someallparent sonicapparent
apparent regret that Priddy was his hissonlnlaw hissoninlaw
soninlaw and that he Brian was wasde wasde s sdo
de facto head of the Public Printing PrintingDeparlment Irintingt t tDepartment
t Department while an old man named namellPalmer namedPalmer
Palmer was de jure head of the con cancern conlie
corn He said that In Imitation of the theelilef thechief
chief clerk Collins of the Printing PrintingDepartment PrintingDepartment t tDepartment
Department he had endeavored to toplace toplaco
place as many of his relatives on the thet10vernment theGovernment
Government payrolls as he could Bo DeIng Belug
Ing somewhat short In relatives ho did didthe I Ithe
the best ho could and placed Prlddy PriddyIn I Iin
in the Union Building at v > per diemplc diem diemHe
He had been informed of the young youngmans youngmans youngmans
mans trouble and ho and Palmor talk talked Icd
ed it over on the sidewalk the Sunday Sundayof
of the expose by The he Globe They con coneluded t teluded tclulled
eluded not to arrest or prosecute Prld tdY
dy dy but permit him to resign Since Sincethen i i111UU Ithen
then 111UU UU he understood UIIUUIBIUUU UllUl efforts IB JJUU had been beenmalle beenmade UlUIl UlUIlmade
made to put him in the Baltimore custom cus custom custom ¬
tom house his former jqb but the ar srrangemonts arrangements arrangemonts
rangemonts fell through throughA c cA
A council of war had been held by j
himself and Stepfather Crooks andthey and andtheT t tthey
they decided to have the young oung man mnnbrou manbrought 1 1brought
brought brou ht before Judge Evans with a nrecommenllatlon r rrecommendation
recommendation and n gentle hint hinttram hintfrom c cfrom
from the President that he be trans transCerrell I Ifcrrcd iferred
fcrrcd from the Government Gqvernmont Printing PrintingDepartment t tDepartment tDepartment
Department to the lenslon omco This Thisclosed fhlslased t tclosed
closed the case for the defense and anllteJifalher andStepfather 1 1stepfather
stepfather Crooks whispered In the t rfK
fK
Judges oar part of which was over overheard overhearll overheard ¬
heard and was to the effect The Pros ProsIn ProsIdent Prosldent
Ident Is agood a gooll kind man It t you stAnd stAndIn standin
i In with him you can rob plunder loot lootor lootor lootor
or do anything else you OU please only onlyalways onlyalways onlyalways
always be careful care Cui to give him tho dally dallyration dallyratlol1 dailyration
ration of taffy Ills capacity for taffy taffyis tllftyIs taffyis
is enormous We work upon this thisweakness thiswealU1l thisweaknesshis
weakness wealU1l weaknesshis shls his vanity vanltynnd nnd there you youare youare youarm
i are Have no fears You do what I Itoll Itoll
toll you OU and I will see that you are arenot arenot
not disturbed as Pension Commission Commissioner ¬
er An alliance offensive and defensive defens defensive detenshe ¬
ive see and he wrung the hand of otJudge ofJullge ofJudge
Judge Evans while tears of mutual mutualsympathy mutualsympathy mutualsympathy
sympathy appeared In the eyes ct rfBrian ctBrian r rDrlan
Brian Crooks Evans and Prlddy PriddyJudge PrlddyJudge PrilldyJudge
Judge Evans cleared his throat and andafter andafter andafter
after a few preliminary ahems he ordered or ordered ordered ¬
dered the prisoner to stand up when whenho whenhe whenho
ho thus addressed him himMr himUr himMr
Mr Priddy yours Is not an ordi ordinary ordlnary ordinary ¬
i nary case You had everything to keep keepyou ItoopOU keepyou
3 you OU In the straight path home wife wifeInfluential wifeInfiuontlal wifeinfluential
1 Influential friends and a snap at the thoUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Building The young man who whowas wbowas whowas
was caught doing that with which you youare youare OU OUare
r are charged Is s now donlg time In tho thopenitentiary thoponitentillry thepenitentiary
j penitentiary at Moundsvllle lIoundsvle Your of offonso offonso oftense
t fonso Is so much more heinous I can cannot cannot cannot
not think of sending senllng you there The TheSunday TbeSunlay TheSunday
Sunday Sunlay Globe will wi of course comment commentupon commentupon commentupon
J upon this case and Is aware of all al the thefacts thefacts
i facts Its Is editor telephoned telepllned my chief chiefcleric chiefdellt chiefclerk
t cleric as to Its progress Ha le will have haveto have haveto haveto
to be Informed of the findings and sen sentence sentence sentence ¬
t tence and will no doubt publish the thesame theIme thesame
s same Ime Now to prevent IMeVent scandal scndal to the theAdministration theAdmlnltratoR theAdministralioa
Administration AdmlnltratoR I must make an example ex example example ¬
ample of you you u Everybody knows that thatyour thatour thatyour
your our stepfather holds a trusted posi position posltlon position ¬
t tion at the White House and stands In Inwith hiwith inwitht
x with the President therefore In order orderto orderto orderto
t to show the public that notwithstand notwithstanding notNithistanding ¬
ing this fact and the further one that thatyour thatyour flintyour
your fatherinlaw Is boss of the he Gov Goverment Coyernment 1 1eminent
eminent erment Printing Office OIce I must In or order artIer or order
der to have a friend at the White WhiteHouse Whie WhieHouse Vhltchouse
House noar the President Preside at so as to tohead tohead I Iheall
head off of the demand of the G A R Rtor Rfor j jpunishment
for m my scalp In1ct inflict on you exomlllary exemplarypunlshtnont exomlllarypunlshmont
r punishment to the end that other otheryoung otheryoung otheryoung
young men with a n pull may be ad admonished admonished admonished ¬
monished or warned of the fate In Instoro Instoro instore
storo for them The sentence senten co of the thecourt theClj1rt thecourt
court Clj1rt will wi be therefore an Indetermi Indeterminate Indetermlnate iudetorminote ¬
nate r one You stand convicted as a aclerk aclerlt aclerk
c clerk In this Department at 000 per perannum perannum perannum
j annum at present and you ou will wl labor laboras laboras laboras
t as you please six hours dally daly Your Yourpresent Yourprescnt Yourpresent
I present compensation compensaton is only a blind blindand blnd blndamI blindanti
and In a I little litte while whle you OU will wi be In re refor reI receipt
J celpt of the m maximum xlmum compensaton compensatonCor compensation compensationfor
j for men with n n pull and may God Godhave Godhavc Godhave
have mercy on your soul Remove Helve the theprisoner theprisonor
j prisoner prisonerIt prisonerI
It I Is unnecessary for The Globe Glo to tostato tostate tostate
s state that such a sentence was entirely entirelyunexpected oltrely oltrelyunexpectel entirelyunexpected
i unexpected unexpectel But the offense ofense was a agrave agrave agrave
grave one on and the District Attorney Atorney it itappears Itappears itappears
jj appears washed his bs hands of the af atfair affair a ¬
f fair He could culd not act detective detectvc and andpoliceman andpolcemln andpoliceman
r policeman polcemln If I Priddy had Illd been arrest arrested arrestcd arrested ¬
c ed on a warrant warrnt sworn out by Captain CaptainFerrell CaptainFerrel CaptainFerrell
I Ferrell Ferrel the District Dstrict Attorney Atorey would wouldact wculdact wouldact
a act act But Captain Ferroll Ferel dare Iilre not nothis notswear notswear
swear out a warant warrant a8 be would lose losehis IO
J
his place Tho he Sunday Globe Ooe also alo has hasa
a legitimate legitmate excuse It I Is not the theGlobes theGlobes theGlobes
Globes business to prosecute or persecute per persecute ¬
8 secute for fol that matter mater Our duty as asa a asa I Iof
t a public publc Journalist jouralst and ant a conservator conservatorof
c of public publc morals is performed perCormel when we weexpose weexpose j jexpose
e expose the wrongdoing wronglolng We have not notbeen notbeen notbeen
I been remiss in this duty Illy Our contemp contemporarlos contemporrlosthe contemporarlosthe
orarlosthe orarlos orrlosthe < the Post Star and aUI Times Timeshave flmeshaye j jhave
1 have failed faied In theirs Why they have havedone have10ne havedone
done 10ne < so we leave the public lJllc to sur surmise surmise surmisc ¬
i mise miseTouching miseTouching miscTouching
Touching the Prlddy Ilhlly matter we have haveonly lii liionly haveonly
t only to state that In Ohio a public publc of official otfical official ¬
f ficial fical an appointee of Governor Goveror Me MeKlnley McKinley e eKlnle
1 Klnley Klnle and his confidential confillental friend friendnamed friendnamel friendnamed
i named namel McDonald McDonall Superintendent of ofembezzlement ofShops ofShops
i Shops 011 and Factories was TS arrested for toremIezzlement forembezzlement
t embezzlement emIezzlement of public publc funds fun ls Ho was wasIndicted wasIndIcted wasindicted
1 Indicted by tho Grand Jury That Is Isto Isto isto
t to say sa 135 Indictments Inllctments for penal of offenses offenses offensos ¬
I fenses wore returned retured against him acid arfdCO nudGO
CO for petit larceny Was he punished punishedNot punlshcl punishedNot 1 1Not
1 Not he any on moro than Neeley or Rath Rathibone Rathbone Htth Htthbone
1 bone or any other public lJblc thief under underGovernor uler ulerGovernor underGovernor
Governor and President McKinley McKinleyMcDonald McKinleyMcDonald lcKnley lcKnleylcDolld
McDonald lcDolld was not even tried by n n aJury j
j Jury jur Postponement after afer postpone postponement postponement postponeeat ¬
i ment eat took place until untl a McKinley tool toolwas toolwas toolwas
was elected prosecuting prosecutng attorney atorney on a nRepublican aHepublcan aRepublican
I Republican Hepublcan ticket tcltet In a n Democratic Democraticcounty Democlatc Democlatccount Democraticcounty
c county count and ant the 135 13 penal Indictments Indictmentswere Indictmentswere indictmentswere
were twilled olcd McDonald served a few fewdays fowdays towdays
t days In jail jai until unt bond was secured securedand securedand securedand
n and Is today a free man actor tfter having havingrobbed havingrobbed havingrobbed
t robbed the State of thousands thousonls of dol dollars 1101 1101lars tiolfare ¬
lars Indeed wo a o are not sure but that thathe thathe thathe
he has some position positon somewhere under underthe 11er 11erthe underthe
t the Administration AdministrationAgain AdmInitraton AdmInitratonAgain AdmtnletrnllonAgain
Again we repeat the records of Ohio Ohioshow Ohioshow Ohioshow
e show that tjio I administration of Got Goternor Governor GO GOernor ¬
c ernor McKinley lclnley was the most 10t scandal scandalous scandnlous scandalous ¬
t ous the State was ever Inflicted In1ctel with withofficial withofficnl withofilclnl
c official officnl peculation peculaton downright and open openrobbery openrobbery openrobbery
t robbery like lke McDonalds lcDona1B and ant all al rnnn rnnnnor mnnnor manor
r nor n or of scandals such ns McKinleys AdJutnnt Ad Adjutant Adjutont ¬
J jutant General Generl being compelled compeled to re resign reo reosign noign ¬
6 sign s ign for a I nameless 11meless offense ofenso while whie on onduty onduty onduty
i duty with wih the governor in Chicago Chicagosuperintendents Chicagophyslclnns Chicagophysicians
physicians II in the insane hosplnls hospitals and andsuperintendents andsuperintendents
s superintendents of public llublc Institutions Institutionsdrunkards InstitutionsIrunlmrds institutionsdrunkards
6 drunkards Irunlmrds libertines lbertnes and thieves Such Suchwcro Suchwere Suchivero
were the records ot his appointees appointes to tooffice toomce toofilce
office c As President Presilent we have thc Army Armyscandals ArmyscaJdals Armyscapdala
s scandals scaJdals embalmed beef purchase of oftransports oftransports ofransports
t transports supplies supples etc the Neoloythe Neoley Neoleythe Neoleythe
t the Ratlibone Hathbole and and other disegrneotuland dlssgraceful dlssgracefuland IlssgrceCul IlssgrceCulant
n and ant unpunished public publc robbery and andlooting IUHIlootng andlooting
looting lootng This Priddy affair o ffa I Is but n ndrop adrop ndrop
C drop In the bucket bucltet Ills Hs slopfatliorcrooks stepfather stepfatherCrooks stepfatherGroolts
Crooks lies Ias the ear of time President Presidentand Presidentand Presidentand
n and the young man can cn commit pent pentsent penltenUary pealtontiary
t tenUary ofenses offenses or offenses which wlilchsent whichseat
sent other men from the same building buildingto buiding buidingto
to the penitentiary penitentary with Impunity ImpunityAnd hnllnly hnllnlyAnll impunityAnd
i And yet the tle Ohio Republican Republcan party partyand partyamI partyand
c and the Maryland Republican Hepublcal party partyand pnrtyand partyand
c and all al the other States Republican Republicanparties Republcan RepublcanII Republicanparties
parties II Ues and the National Natonal Republican Republicanparty Republcan Republcanparty Republicanparty
I party endorses the Administration Administraton of ofPresident ofIloshlolt ofIrosiclont
I President Iloshlolt JlcKlnloy 1Icllnleyof McKinleyof of loot robbery robberyscandal robberyseandnl robberyscandal
s scandal and malfesnnco In office Mere MereIn HereII sere1n
In II this case of PrIddy the young mans man manIs manIs
Is s saved because becaufe his stepfather Is hI an anofficial anomcl11 anolneinl
c official omcl11 nt limo White House and the theCommissioner theCommissioner theCommissioner
Commissioner of Pensions who has hasno hasno lmsno
r no room for fO an al old 011 soldier soller applicant applicantto applcant applcantfinds applicantnods
finds f a place for the man caught lend dendto lendto
to rights rifling rlling the letters of their con contents contents conents ¬
t tents in the Union Building Duldlng by the Su Superintendent Superlntenlent Suporlnlendent ¬
perintendent perlntenlent of that branch brnch of the theuovui theGovornmont theGovernment
uovui Government Miiiinu Printing iTiuuug ueimi Department DepartmentAs uuuiii uuuiiiAs I
As a Democratic Democrtc newspaper Tho ThoGlobe ThoOobe TheGlobe
Globe Oobe would be Justified jlstfiell In rejoicing rejoicingover rejoicingover j jover
over such flagrant exhibitions exlbltons of Re Republican Republcan ¬
publican publcan rascality rlCAly and condonement by bythe bythe bythe I
the President as this Prlddy affair but butadvantage butThe hintThe
The Oobe Globe whie while alve alive to the partlD partlDadvAntoge partisan partisandvantage
advantage a of such gross gro8 and indecentcondonmonls Indecent Indecentcondonmonts Indecontcondonmenls
condonmonts of penal offenses regrets regretsIn
In n tho public publc interest the immunity Immuniy ox oxtended oxtenled oxended
tended tenled nnd Rll tho Impunity Impuniy with which whichtho whichtho whichthe
tho Neoleys the Rathbones Hlthbon and the thePrlddys tMPrll thePrithlye
ment Prlddys Prll ent cnn loot 10t and rob the Govern Government Govern1lent Governent ¬
FOREMAN SMITH SMITHOf
Of the Agricultural Agriculural Experiment ExperimentStation ExperimentStaton ExperimentStation
Station Staton in Alexandria County CountjHOW CountyHOW CountyHOW
HOW A PIOUS PIUS TASK MASTER MASTERWho
Who will wi Discharge DscharRO an Employe If I He Swears SwearsHas SwearsHas SwearsHas
Has Reduced Government Employes to toSlavesCongreesman toSimsCongreesman toSlavesCongreesman
SlavesCongreesman RUejs hes Protege Sajs
75 Cents a Day Is Enough for Expert Farmers FarmersViolation FarmersViolaton FarmersVlolatlon
Violation Violaton of the Eight Hour Law LawThe LawThe LawThe
The Agricultural Department has an anExperimental anExperlmontal anExperimental
Experimental Station Staton In Alexandria AlexandriaCounty AlexaUlrln AlexaUlrlnCount AlexandriaCounty
County Count Va This station employs a nnumber anumber anumber
number of farmers under a superln superintendent superlntellent superlntendent ¬
tendent tellent or foreman The Government Governmentpays Goverment Govermentlays Governmentpays
pays lays these tho e agriculturists a rlculurlsts who are lre ex expert expert oxpert ¬
pert farmers In their several severl linos linos1CO Inos
1CO 1 O per diem of 10 hours labor Un Until Unt Until ¬
til t a short time tme ago the men were com comparatively compartvely comparatively ¬
paratively partvely satisfied Mtlfied with the wages wagesthey wagesthey wagesthey
they received and labored faithfully faithfullyand talhfuly talhfulyand faithfullyand
and Industriously under their fore foreman toreman foreman ¬
man John W Olden an experienced experiencedand experiencedInd
and Ind expert agriculturist agrlclluriit Mr Olden Oldenobserved Oldenobserved Oldenobserved
observed the law of the land and the themen themen themen
men under him worked worke eight hours hourseach hourseach hourseach
each day and anil observed the national nationalholidays natonal natonalholdl1Ys nationalholidays
holidays holdl1Ys like lte other Government Goverment em employes employes employes ¬
ployesBut ployes ployesBut ployesDut
But a cousin COUll or some distant Iltant rela relative relatve reintive ¬
tive tve of Congressman Congresman Rlxey nxey of the dis district dil diltrlct district ¬
trict In which the station is located locatedgot locted loctedgo locatedgot
got go his eye ee upon Oldcns Odens job and being beinga
a pious man lan he prayed for the same sameIlls sme sameills
Ills Is prayers payers were heard by the Con Congressman Congreseman ¬
gressman and he forthwith forthwih regardless regardlessof regarlies regarliesot
of the success of the Experimental Sta Station Station ¬
tion ton laid siege to the naturalized naturalizedScotchman naturalzed naturalzedScotchman naturalizedScotchmnn
Scotchman at the head of the Agricul Agricultural Agricultural ¬
tural Deportment DepwtmentNotwithstanding DeportmentNotwithstanding Dep tment
Notwithstanding that Olden Olen had for forIB
16 years given entire entre satisfaction satstnctlon to tothe tothe tothe
the many Secretaries who preceded our ourImported ourImported ourimported
Imported and present head of the De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment he was wa dismissed Ilsmlssed and Con Congressman CongrellmlQ Congressman ¬
gressman grellmlQ Rlxeya nxeys man with wih the eu euphoneous euphoneous euplioneous
phoneous and uncommon name of ofSmith ofSmith ofSmith
Smith got the tlQ Job Mr Olden worked workedand worltedanl workedand
and anl brought the Station Staton to its present presentperfection presentIlerfeeton presentperfection
perfection Ilerfeeton on a n salary of 1000 per an annum annum annum ¬
num When he was succeeded by Mr MrSmith MrSmih MrSmith
Smith Smih the salary was Immediately rals raised ralsell ralsed ¬
ed ed to 1500 1 OO per annum This sine sinecure sinecure sinecure ¬
cure however did not satisfy satsfy Mr MrSmith MrSmIth MrSmith
Smith for Mr Ir Smith Is an extremely extremelypious extremelypious extremelypious
pious man so s much so In fact that thatho thatho
ho has threatened threatenel the formers under underhim underhim underhint
him with Instant dismissal dlsmlslallf If ever ever1be ever1beIle they theyuse theyuse
use Ile n 1 cunsword Clliworli cuss word of any kind or descrip description descrlpton description ¬
tion tionNow ton
Now Mr Smith Immediately set St to towork toworle towork
work In a purely pious way to In Increase Increase Increase ¬
crease his perks First he brought broughttwo broughttwo broughttwo
two horses from his farm A Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment employe looked after afor fed groom groomed groomed groomed ¬
ed and ali watered these mustangs Mr MrSmiths MrSmiths r rSmihs
Smiths Smihs next next move was to bring all allthe al allthe
the horses hOros and wagons he had on his hisfarm hisCarm hisfarm
farm and put them In the service serice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Government at current rates And Andthis Andthis Andthis
this notwithstanding notwihstanding that Mr lr Smiths Smithspredecessor Smithspredecessol Smithspredecessor
predecessor who wasnt on to the possibilities pos possibilities passlbltes ¬
sibilities slbltes of his job used the Governmeat Govern Government
ment mules at St St Asaph where some someSam
200 or more lules mules bel belonging < nglng to Uncle UncleSam UncleSam
Sam lire le in Idleness and clover After AfterMr AfterJr AfterMr
Mr Jr Smith had worked his pious graft graftand grat graftand
and incidentally Incidentaly his four or six sl horses horsesand horsesand horsesand
and wagons on the Government Goverment he heturned heturned
turned hits hi attention to the farmers under un under under ¬
der him He ordered them to report reportat reportat reportat
at 7 A M 1 instead of 8 A M 11 as formerly for formerly formerly ¬
merly and he worked tnom until unt 6 6P 0P
P M 1 Instead of 5 P 1 M 1 as under the theOlden theOlden theOlden j
Olden regime The noon hour Mr MrSmith MrSmith r rSmith I
Smith couldnt very vor well wel abolish aIolsh but buthe buthe butlie I >
he amended It I In such a manner that thatthe thatthe j I
the watering of the horses was order ordered ordered ordered
ed for this time of the day da And as asIt asIt asit
i
It takes half an hour to water the thehOIse8 thehorses J I
horses Mr Smith very adroitly adroily and andpiously i ipiously Ipiously
piously chopped choppel off half an hour off offthe offthe offtime
the mens noonday restHaving rest restHaving rest
Having Hnvlnl now gotten goten things going to tosuit toslit tostilt
suit slit Smith Smih ho cast around him In Insearch Insearch insearch
search of something else which would wouldmake wouldmake ould ouldmalte
make life le loss Interesting Interostng for the farm farmers farmors ¬ I IIS
ers IS working wOklng ten hours He was not notlong j
long In finding the something The na natlonal natonal national j
tlonal tonal holiday holdn came around and he heIssued lieissued J
Issued his ukase that every man would wouldbe j i
be docked Iocked 150 150 for that days Iays compul computesory compulsory compulsory ¬
sory idleness That Is every man but butSmith butSmith butSmith
Smith He of course would draw his I
Iraw
1600 500 per annum salary In full ful not notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
withstanding his piety and conscien conscientiousness consclontiousness ¬
conscon conscontousness
tousness tousnessThen tiousnessThen tiousness tiousnessThen
Then Smith discovered that his hisslaves hisslaves hisslaves
slaves were beginning to show signs signsof signsof signsof
of resentment at his treatment of ofthem otthem ofthem
them They likened lkened him among them themselves themselves them themselves ¬
selves to the slavedrivers of antebel antebellum anlebel11m antebelluni ¬
lum 11m days Smith Issued a pronounce pronouncemento pronouncemento pronouncomento
mento to them with wih his capacious capaciousmouth capacIousmoutl capaciousmouth
mouth and this Is what Smith said saidYou sall saidYou I IYou
You fellows felows are getting too much muchwages muchwages muchwages
wages I say 150 10 a day Vs too much muchto muchto muchto
to pay you OU There Isnt a farmer here hereworth heroworth hereworth
worth that money If I I can obtainpermission obtain obtainpermission obtnlRpermission
permission from the Department I will willbring willbring 1
bring farmers hero from my own place placeat placent placeat
at 75 7 cents a day and let me tell tel you youmw
alay
7 76 mw cents a day Is good wages and al all rt rtthat I Ithat Ithat
that the Government Goverment ought to pay I Icon Ican Ican
can get plenty of farmers at that thatprice thatplce thatprice
price priceMr plce price priceMr
plcelr Mr lr Smith then as usual went home homean homean homean
an hour before his slaves dared quit quitwo quitwoo quitwe
wo woo This kind Idnl of treatment neces necessarily nece necessarily ¬
sarily sorly secured the confidence and es esteem esteem esteem ¬
teem of the men working worldn under himIt him himIf himI
If I there Is any Smith Smlb in the numerous numerousfamily numerousfamiy numerousfamily
family famiy of that name more utterly de despised despllell thesplsed ¬
spised than the foreman of the Experi Experimental Experlmental Experimental ¬
mental Station history hltory then the records recordshave recordshave recordshave
have failed falet to transmit trlntmlt him to poster posterity posterIy posterity ¬
ity Iy If I Mr 11 Smith Smih had experience ex export expert expert ¬
pert knowledge or a thorough under understanding understalulng understamling ¬
standing stalulng of his business he would woul not notbo nothe notIto
bo Justified In treating treatng Government Governmentemployes Governmentelloyes Governmentemployes
employes elloyes like antebellum antebelum niggers niggersbut nlggersbut niggersbat
but Mr Ir Smith lacks all al those essen eSlentnls essentials
tlnls tnls Ills ls vory voy first break showed his hisentire hisnUre hisentlro
entire Ignorance of the advanced farm farming farmInK farming ¬
ing methods at the Station Staton Ho le under undertook undertook undertook ¬
took to have 1ave drainage tiling laid and andordered Inll Inllorderell andordered
ordered the men to begin at the wrong wrongend wrong wrongend wrongend
end and it took some persuasion porslallon on onthe onthe
the mens part to Induce him to permit permitthem permitthem permitthem I
them to lay the tiling tlng the proper VAY
Smith Smih finally finaly saw the point but didnt didntblush dllnt didntblush I Ihllsh
blush hllsh It I only maiden nilen Smiths Smihs who whoblush wlohlush whoblush
blush not pious Individuals who work workfour workfour worktour
four horses horsol and wagons wl ons on the Govern Government GOern GOernment Governntent ¬
ment draws 1EOO 500 per annum heals beatsthe healsthe healsthe
the Government out of two hours In Int
t
I
each ech day and tells tels his men that 75 75cents 75cent 76cents
cents cent per llr diem is all al they ought to toget toget toget
get getWhen
When Congressman Rlxey nzey runs runsagain runsagain runsagain
again for Congress Congres he will wl hear hor some something sme smething something ¬
thing drop In Fairfax Falrfax and Alexandria Alexandriacounties Alexandriacountes Alexandriacounties
counties countes where those farmers and andtheir anlltheir antitheir
their friends reside They are kicking kickingthemselves klcltlngthemselves kickingthemselves
themselves now that Smith had not notshown notshown netshown
shown the cloven hoot a year ago and andMr andlr andMr
Mr lr Klxey Ixey would nover have sprawled sprawledall sprwled sprwledal
all al over a chair char In the National Natonal House Houseof HouseI houseof
of Representatives RepresentativesHis Representatves RepresentatvesHis
I His name Is II Dennis now however howeverand howoveranll howeveranti
and he has his hil protege Smith to thank thankfor thankfor thankfor
for It I nixey nxey couldnt be nominated nominatedfor nominatedfOl nominatedfor
for the office of dog dogpeller dogpeler pelter nor elected electedIn olectedIn electedin
In the District Dstrict producing such a slave slavedriver slaodriver slavedriver
driver as pious Foreman Smith What Whata
a beautiful beautful running mate Foreman ForemanSmith ForemanSmih ForemanSmith
Smith Smih would make for Captain Wurdiman Wurdi Wurdiman Wurdlman
man But the captain has reformed reformedwe
we believe belee Let us hope this article articlewill articlewi articlewill
will wi do the same for pious Foreman ForemanSmith ForemnnSmih ForemanSmith
Smith Smih If It does not we have some somemore somemore somemore
more facts held In reserve which we wewill wew1 wewill
will w1 call cal to the attention atenton at the Score Seorotary SeQrctory Scoretary
tary Qf of f Agriculture and which may mayresult mayresult mayresult
result IB 11 the withdrawal wihdrwal of Mr MrSmiths MrSmlhl MrSmiths
Smiths Smlhl four horses horfs and wagons and anda
a stoppage of that 1500 per annum annumINCEST annumI annumINCEST
INCEST CHARGED CHARGEDAgainst ARGED ARGEDAralnst
I
Against Aralnst a Treasury Clerk and His HisOwn Hs HsOwn HisOwn
Own Daughter DaughterA
A DEMAND FOR HIS REMOVAL REMOVALThe REMOVAlThe
The Name Omitted to Save If I Possible His HisDaughter HisDaughter HisDaughter
Daughter but II I will wil be Furnished Secretary SecretaryGage Se SecretaryGage relry
Gage on DemandDivorced bj His Wife She SheTells SheTells SheTells
Tells Her Attorneys tire tl Horrible Horible StorA StoryARoeponsible Story StorARoponslble A AResponsible
Responsible Roponslble Informant Gives Details DetailsThere Detais Detaisfhere Detallsrliere
There Is an employe of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreauryDlartment TreasuryDepartment
Department Dlartment who ought to be In the thepenitentiary thep8nltllltary thepoiitotmtiary
penitentiary p8nltllltary serving a life lfe sentence sentencefor sentencefor sentencefor
for tho crime of incest His Is name nameNo nam namNo name nameNo
No The Globe will not at this time timedisclose tme tmedlscloso timedisclose
disclose his name and for the reason reasonthat roson rosonthat reasonthat
that It hopes or expects this article articlewill artce artcew1 articlewill
will w1 cause his removal removl from office ofce and andbreak andbrealt andbreak
break up his incestuous Incestuoul intercourse intercoursewith Intercoure Intercourewih intercoursewith
with wih his ls own daughter The Globe Globewill Gobe GobeI Globewill
will w1 state Itate however that the name Is Isunmistakably Isunmlltakabl isunmistakably
I unmistakably unmlltakabl and broadly Scotch al although althoulh although ¬
though It is problematical whether the theindividual theInllvtlhlAI theindividual
individual InllvtlhlAI who wears It I was born In InScotland InSeoUafd inScotland
Scotland ScotlandThe SeoUafd SeoUafdThe ScotlandThe
The man In Question lol Is a prote propt proptachIer proteppfa pt pta
Jel
a achIer chief ot division 1lvlllon In the Treasury Treasurywho Trttaater Trttaaterwho
who also wears wear a Scotch or North rElr of ofIreland ofIreland I
Ireland lelRnd cognomen This chief Is II aware awareof awareof awareof
of the charges made against his hs pet petand petand petand
and guards him with wih rare fidelity fdelty from fromexposure fromoxposure fromexposure
exposure or punishment Why he does doesso doe doesso
so even those familiar famlar with wih the facts factsare tactsare factsare
are unable to surmise surmiseThe surml surmiseThe e
I
The TI incestuous clerk has been di divorced Il Ilvorced divoreed ¬
vorced by his wife and to save her hererring herenlng hererrhig
erring daughter she refrained from al alleging nlI alleging ¬
leging in her petition lIeU ton the crime which whichwould whichwoul whichwould
I would woul send her husband to the peniten penitentiary penlen penlentlan penitentinny ¬
tinny which he richly deserves but butwhich butwhich butwhich
which would forever bar her daughter daughterfrom daughterfrom daughterfree
from breaking oft of the unnatural rein reintlons relatons reintions
tlons tons which exist between tho two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The wife wi fe and mother discovered to her herhorror herhorror lienhorror
horror the Incestuous intercourse and andcommunicated andcommunlcatell andcommunicated
communicated the fact to her attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys It I Is from this latter source sourceTho sourceThe sourceThe
The Globe Glo e indirectly obtains Its Is informution Infor Information Informlton ¬
mation mlton The relations relatons of father and anddaughtor anddaughtor
daughtor were maintained 1nlntalnell despite despie the thepleadings theploadings
pleadings and protests Of tf the wife wle andmother and andmother
mother and she after ater vain lln pleadings pleadingsfinal pleadingsfinally
finally final left them them and sued for and ob obtnined obtamed
suel
tamed a divorce dlvace on other grounds the thehusband thelutsband
husband not daring daring to contest the pe pettlon patltlet
tltlon ttlon fearing If I he did so that ex exposure expOBure exposure
posure and consequent punishment punishmentwould punishmentwonll punishmentwoniti
would wonll follow tolow his contest contestThe contestfhe contestThe
The Treasury Department Deplrtment can not notafford notafford
afford to carry this beast on tho Gov Ccvernment Government Ov Overmnent ¬
ernment payroll payrol and contaminate the theatmosphere theatmosphere theatmosphere I
atmosphere of the Department with withhis wih wihhis withhis
his presence The Secretary Is here herewith herewih herowith ¬
with wih notified notfiell that the name of the thebrute thebruto
brute will wl be furnished turlshed by The Globe Globeas Oobe Oobeas Globeas
as also by permission permllslon its Is source of ofInformation ofInformaton ofinformation
Information Informaton to the tht end that the wretch wretchmay wrctchmay wretchmay
may he quietly quiety dropped without wihout of offendng offending
fending fendng public publc modesty by any further furtherdetails furtherdotals furtherdetails
details dotals or exposing the sinful daughter daughterto
to Inevitable Inorlablo ruin A mall mal request requet for forthe torthe fortime
the name will wl bo b promptly prompty answered answeredand Inswered Insweredond answeredanti
and the evidence In our possession possessionfurnished Ilosiessionfurnished possessionfurnished
furnished the Department DepartmentIf Department
If this offer oror Is II Ignored we may find findIt findI findit
It I necessary ncossory in the Interests of the thepublic theImblc thepublic
public Imblc service and public publc morality mora l to tobe tobe tobe
be more specific and
regretfully regrettuly pubfish pub publish pubIsh ¬
fish Ish all al the details detais of the horrible horriblecrime horriblecrIme horriblecrime
crime in our possession Our Olr Inform Informant Intormant informamtt
ant Is a man of such high standing standingconnected stnndlnga
a Iractslng practising alore attorney and formerly formerlyconnected formerlyconnected
connected with wll the Department in a nresponsible aresponslbl aresponsible
responsible position positonthat positionthat that there is ishardly Ishardly islmardly
hardly any room left to charitably chlrlably charitablytlonbt
doubt the truth and accuracy of the thecharge thecharge timecharge
charge Hero are the very words of ofour ofour ofour
our Informant InformantYou InformnntYou InfonmantYou
You must know that while whie at pres present present prosant ¬
ent I am a practising practiing attorney atorney at the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District bar I have held a 1 responsible responsibleposition reponslble reponslbleposiion responsibleposition
position posiion In the Treasury TreRury Departmentantler Department Departmentunder Departmentunder
under a 1 former Secretary I know the theman theman themat
man in question queston also allo his hil chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of division l1vlllon and the wife who divorced divorcedhim divorcedhim divorcedhim
him Her Attorneys jttorneys Informed me that thatshe thtt thttshe thatsite
she communicated to them In confi contithence confidence conl ¬
thence this horrible crime of her hus husband husband busband ¬
band and daughter I think you ought oughtto
to expose It I In such a manner that the thosinning thelnnlng timesinning
sinning girl bo shielded sloelded and given a nchance achance I Ichance
chance to break off her relations
of relatons re reform reform reform ¬
form and live lve a respectable re pectAble life le But Butthe Dutthe Butthe
the father and seducer leducer ought to be as assuredly assuredly assuredly ¬
suredly dismissed from the public publicservice Ilblc IlblcservIce Imbueservice
service oven though he escapes the thepenitentiary thepenitentary thepenitentlnry
penitentiary penitentary through the motives motiveswhich motve motiveswhich
which prevent his former wife from fromexposing fromexposing fromexposing
exposing amid ant prosecuting prosecutng himThe him himThe himThe
The Globe ooba has as stated omitted omittedthe omittedthe omittedtime
the details detais which the attorney attorey in ques question Quasttm questiou ¬
tion ttm recited and which leave no doubt doubtof doubtof doubtof
of the guilt gui of this beastly bostly father andkusband and andhusband anll1lllAnd
husband 1lllAnd but even eVll In his case ese The TheGlobe TheGob TheGlobe
Globe Gob would not have him condemned condemnedunheard condemnedunheard condemnedunheard
unheard and without wihout investigation Inv tlgaton as asto asto asto
to his hil probable prolble guilt ul This can en easily easilybe ealy ealyhe easilybe
be arranged Arranl11 as the attorneys to whom whomthe whomthe whomtime
the wife wle made tho statement cnn be bereached bereached bereached
reached and no doubt tho unfortunate unfortunatewife unfortunatewUe unfortunatewife
wife herself herselfIt bersel
It I Is I up to Secretary Gage Gagt at present
j THE TH LAND LOOTERS LOOTERSWith
1
With Wih Headquarters Here and Also Alsoin Als AlsIn Alsoin
in Oklahoma OklahomaA
A CHAPTFR CHAPTR OF RASCALS RASCALSIn
In Which Is Detailed Delaled the Methods of the Ring Ringand RingaAd Ringand
and Their Proposed Robbing of the Indian IndianSettlersThe India IndiaSettersThe IndianSettlersThe
SettlersThe SettersThe Vilest Vlest Scheme EwAllempled EwAllempledto Ever Alempled Alempledto
to be Carried Out by Unblushing Official OfficialRascaldom Offcial OffcialRascaldomEort OfficialRascaidomEffort
Rascaldom RascaldomEort RascaidomEffort Effort to Remove Hermann HermannThe Hermannfhe HermannThe
The Globes Gobes expose of the Chicago ChicagoRock ChicagoHocl ChicagoRock
Rock Island 2000000 snap by the thegrace thegrace thegrace
grace and 81d decision deciion of the Assistant At AttorneyGeneral AtlorneyOonoral ¬
I torneyGeneral torleyGenoral for the Land Offlcc OfflccJudge OmceJUdge OfilccJudge
Judge Willis W11s Van De Vanter struck struckconitematlon struckconsternation trck trckconstoratol
consternation constoratol to the hearts learts ol the theguilty theguiy theguilty
guilty guiy and responsible parties partes to this thisInfamous thi thisinfatnous
Infamous steal Itonl and anl there was a n tremendous tre tremendotu
mendotu mel10lS rustling rustng of the local locl bandit banditend banditenll banditend
end of the conspiracy all al during the thepast thepst thepast
past pst week wek So far The Globe has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been sued SUQI for libel lbel nor Its Is editor eitor ar arrested arrete arrested ¬
rested rete both of which contingencies we wsare weRre weare
are not only onl prepared llrepare for but respect respectfully respectfuly respectfully ¬
fully fuly Invite InviteThis Invie InvieThil inviteThis
This Thil Sunday morning moring The Globe Globepresents Gobe GobeIlrosents Globeprosents
presents an additional chapter of of official offielnl official ¬
ficial rascality ralcally in connection with wih the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery of both white men and anl In Indians Indlans Intilans ¬
dians It I is both the practice llractce the pre precedent preceent precadent ¬
cadent ceent and ld the law that when this thishonest thi thishonest
honest Government decides decdol to rob the thoIndian theIndian theIndian
Indian of his lands under the alleged allegedlegitimate aleged alegedlegitmate allegedlegitimate
legitimate legitmate necessity lecelsly of opening up the thesame thefme thesome
same fme for settlement settement the aforesaid In Indians IDIlans Intitans ¬
titans Ilans are paid the sum agreed upon uponand uponand uponamt
and permitted permitte first choice In the al allotments 81lotmonts allotmeimts ¬
lotments of the quarter sections sectons The ThoIndian Thei TheIndian
i Indian selects lelect first and after ater the tribe tribehas tribehal tribeIiaa
has hal made UH I selection selecton tho balance of ofthe attbe ofthe
the land lanl Is then open to public pu lc settlers settlersby settlersby settlersby
by some lome particular plan of lottery lotter or orrush orrush orrush
rush at a certain time tme named in II the thoproclamation tbeproclamation theproclamation
proclamation of the President PresidentIn
I In the recent rascally rascly game played playedIn plaedII
In II the Oklahoma opening we have this thisanomaly thisanomnly thusanomaly
anomaly that whereas Lone Loe Wolf and andover andover andover
over 100 of his tribe refused to select selectthe selectthe selecttime
the land and protested against its itsopening Itsoenlng itsoponiag
opening up by the Government to white whitesettlers whitesettlers whilesettlers
settlers another band of Indians Indiansadopted Indian Indiansadopted
adopted Indians and mixed or half hal
i breed breet Indians accepted accoIted the tfine timehonor timehonored tmehonor tmehonorI honor honored ¬
I ed robbery of the Government and se selected selected selected ¬
lected their allotment alotment settled setell down 10wn on onthe ontle onthe
the tle same and began to exercise exercie their theirundoubted theirundoubtl11 theirundoubted
undoubted undoubtl11 proprietary rights accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to law J lprecedent precedent recedent and anl practice practicei practiceNow practiceNow
Now let theuuprelutiiced i th unpreJudlced u i and i i leanest honeltrtdol leanestrradur i irtadur
rtadur rtdol observe olene what occurred occurredLone occurre occurredLone
Lone Wolf and his hil following tolowlnr wore worecomp wlre wlreClpUt wereeanipellsd
comp ClpUt eanipellsd 1ld to select their allotment allotmentand alotmelu alotmeluanll allotnnontsand
and the law precedent and practice practiceof llraetce llraetceof
of the Land Office Department Departlelt of the theGovernment te teGovernment theGovernment
Government were cited cied to establish utbUh the thejustice thejustce thejustice
justice justce of the act but the other In Indians InIUans Indians ¬
dians who had complied compled in every re respect respect respect ¬
spect with these tl hoary honored honure and andlegal andlelal andlegal
legal practice 11ractcl and citations were wee no notified notfied notined ¬
tined tfied that the allotments they had se selected sehlted selected ¬
lected hlted in conformity contormly with wih the law and andpractice andprctce antipractice
practice prctce must be surrendered lurrensered and given givenup givenup givenup
up Impossible The Globe Gobe thinks thlnltslt thlnltslthears thitmksithears It Ithears
hears the honest citizen exclaim exclaimSuch oxclalmSuch exclaimSuch
ctzen
Such conduct on the part of our Gov Government Goverment Covernment ¬
ernment erment Is Inconsistent Incolistent Intolerable Intolerableand Intolorableanl intolerableand
and anl too viciously dishonest to bo a afact I afact
fact fll ct But the honest and unspohlstl unspohlstlcated unspohlstlcatell unspohisticated
cated citizen ciizen does not know the workbags work workIngs worltIngs
Ings of the American Land Office and andhe andhe andlie
he is utterly utterl unacquainted with Judge JudgeWillis JUdgeW1ls JudgeWillis
Willis W1ls Van Do Vanter late of Wyom Wyoming Wyomlng Wyomlag ¬
lag and at present the Assistant At AttorneyGeneral AttoreyGenernl AltorneyGoneral ¬
torneyGeneral toreyGenernl of the aforesaid Land LandOlflce Lnndomce LandOlnce
Olflce Here is the way the old ol thing thingwas thingwas thingwas
was worked workedThe workedThe workedThe
The assistant allstant to honest linger Dnger Her Herman ler lermal liarmat ¬
man mal exGovernor exGovelor ex Gove nor Richards also of ofWyoming ofWomlng ofWyoming
Wyoming it will wi be observed observ d where wherehe wherehe wherelie
he was WIS governor years ago over 125000 125000people 125000eollle 126000people
people eollle all al told toldthi toldtlls this gentleman genteman and andland anllland andland
land expert was sent out to El Reno Renoto Henoto Renoto
to manipulate beg pardon superin superintend superintend superirrtend ¬
tend Is the word we wanted this rat raffle Iaf Iafte ratlie ¬
lie te or lottery lotery for the rich lands of poorho poor poorLo Iloorro
Lo It I did 111 not take ex exGovernor exGoeror Governor Rich Richards Ich Ichards Iticttarils ¬
ards more than 24 hours to ascertain ascertainfrom olcertaln olcertalnfrom ascertainfrom
from the gang gangthe tho other commissioners commission ¬
ers Including Pennyante Dale Dalethat Dalethatthe Dalethat Dalethatthe that thatthe
the Indians had taken their allotments allotmentsand a10tmentl allotnientsand
and ali that those allotments Alotments were too val valuable valullble valuable ¬
uable for Lo 10 and his white whlo adopted adoptedbrother Adoptedbrother adoptedbrother
brother Indian ExGovernor Ex Governor Richards Richardstried Ichards Ichardstllel IUehardstiled
tried tllel diplomacy but diplomacy dont dontgo dontgo dontgo
go far on Indians who have Intermar Intermarried Intermarrlell intermarried ¬
ried with whites hltes Then tho cloven clovenhoof clovenhoof clovenhoof
hoof was shown and the t1e Indians notfied no notitled notfed
titled tfed that the allotments alotments they the had se selected selected selected ¬
lected Would ould not 10t be allowed alowed as they theywere theywere theywore
were within wihin the territory terriory or acreage acreageto
to be thrown open to the 13000 new set settlors setters settiers ¬
tiers ters Whereupon the Indian Ildian cited the thecommissioners thecommissioners thecommissiouers
commissioners to the law precedent precedentand 11recedentand precedentand
and practice prActce of the Land Office the thosale thesle thesale
sale sle bargain etc of their lands and andasked andaslte andasked
asked aslte why h they could not hold holl their theirallotments theiralotments1 theirallotments
allotments allotmentsThe alotments1 alotments1The allotmentsTime
The commissioners were not posed posednot losel posednot
not 10t they by these pertinent pertlent questions questionsDid questons questonsDil questionsDid
Did Dil they not have Judge Willis W11s Van VanDe VanDe VanDe
De Vanter Vlnter the Assistant Attorney
General of the Land Office OIce behind behindthem behindthem behindthem
them and anI besides were they not notmorally notmoraly notnurulry
morally moraly supported support01 by the great cot corporation 001 cotporation ¬
poration IJOraton known as the Chicago 8 Rock RockIsland HockhllAnd Rockislamid
Island Railway Raiway So Mr Indian Indian and andhis andhis andhis
his white adopted brother were plainly
Informed In choice AngloSaxon Anclo Saxon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the allotments alotmentl they the ledtaken had lAdal taken < eu up UI were weretoo weretoo weretoo
too near town too valuable In fact factfor facttor I Ifor
for mere Indians hul ans or adopted Indians Indiansand Illanl Illanla11 Indiansand
and a11 that tha t they must vacate vacateLone vacateLone Icate IcateLone
Lone Wolf on the other side of the thofence thefence timefence
fence scratched Icrtebel his head hCd and tried trlelj < to tocomprehend tocomprehend tocomprehend
comprehend the mandates of an office officewhich oI officewhich ce cewhich
which compelled cOIIeled him and his followers followersto folowers folowersto
to select llect allotments alotments but which were werenow werenow werenow
now utilized utllzell to prevent the other In Indians Indians Indiana ¬
dians who selected llectell allotments alotments and andobeyed anilobeyed anllobeel
obeyed obeel the mandate landate from occupying occupyingthem occupyingthem occupyingthem
them them This was Incomprehensible to toLone toLone toLone
Lone Wol Wolf although alhough he Is an In educated educatedgentleman ellucatedgentelAn educatedgentleman
gentleman gentelAn and a flautist DalUst preacher to toboot toboot toboot
boot boot Hut Lone Wolf and Ind his people peopleIn
In the land on which they were order ordered orllered ordered ¬
ed to select allotments alotments had no town townor townor townor
or growing < city and anI the other Indlahs Indlahshad Indlahshal IndlahaImsd
had hal Here was a 1 marked marke dlfferencp dlfferencpand dlerenej dlrferenepand
and the elasticity elastoly of the gigantic gigntc In Intellect IntSlect Intellect ¬
tellect tSlect tellect of Judge Willis Wil Van De Vanter Vanterand Vanterand anter anterInll
and Inll oxGovernor ex Oovernor Richards JchArds Immediately Immediatelygnaged Immediatelyguaged imrnedialelyghaged
gnaged a situation siuaton the honest honelt Injun Injuncouldnt InjunNcouldnt Injuacouldnt
couldnt comprehend comprehendThe complehenl coniprelmendThe
The result Is that a peremptory permptory or order orIer ardor ¬
der was obtained oltalned from Secretary
Hltchook Itchock by Judge Van Val Do Vanter on a atip I atip
tip tll from exGovernor ex Governor Richards ncbarlls who
was wa posted by Dale Dal 8 Co for the In Indians InIlans Indians ¬
dians Ilans and ali their white whie adopted breth brethren brethren bretimren ¬
ren to move off the allotments alotment they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had selected In accordance accrdance with law lawpractice lawpractco lawpractice
practice practco and anl precedent preedent and select lect Und Undelsewhere landelsewhere idndelsewhere
elsewhere Indeed the tll Indians were wereInformed wercInformed wereinformed
Informed plainly and bluntly why they theywore th thwem thdywere
wore ordered ordere off or the allotments alotments they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had selected solectedthey they v t ° re too to valuable valuableand mluablea11 valuableamid
and a11 not Intended for t tTho tThe tThe
The Indians Indlali have iiow gone Into Intocourt latacourt intocourt
court and sued lued for a mandamus mandalul com compelling compelng cornpalling ¬
palling pelng the commissioners commlloner to confirm confirmthem conlrm conlrmthel confirmthem
them thel them in the allotment alolment they the hav ha1 have se selected selected ¬
lected and n11 upon uon which they reside rehle In Incompliance incompliance
compliance cOllllance with law precedent and anduractlce 811 811uractce amduractice
uractlce uractlceThe uracticeThe
uractce uractceThe
The U S courts will w1 of course sus sustain 811 sustaut ¬
taut the claim of the Indians nit nitThe nll nllThe nitl nitlThe
The U S court knocked Lone Wolf WolfInto WolfI Wolfinto
Into I to a cocked hat and compelled compele him himand 11m 11mand lintand
and his people to comply with the law lawprecedent lawIJrecelent lessprecedent
precedent IJrecelent and practice of the Land Office Of Office Oflce ¬
fice lce All Al It will 1 have hay to do now Is to toreverse torever toreverse
reverse rever e Itself Iscl and the other Indians Indianswill IndIansw1 Indianswill
will w1 be b down dowl and out while whlo Judge Wil Willis Wi WIILis ¬
lis ls Van De Vanter CAn say Jack Robin Robinson HobinIon Robinson ¬
son Will It do it Will a duck swim swimOf swimOf 1
1 1
I Of course conrle It will w1 do It I and the In Indians Ii Iiidians ¬
I dians will 1 have to give up their valuable valu valuable valuahle ¬
able allotments alotment8 for wouldnt Judge Er Erwin Eri Erwin
i win rather rther have one of those farms farmsthan farmsthan farmsthan
than be a U S Judge and didnt lie liesay lieay liesay
say ay so to exJudge Huston James at a apoker n apoker
poker game gameIn gameIn gameIn
In this thll connection connecton The Globe ascer ascertained ascertAined nscertained ¬
tained the past last week that exRepre exItepresentativo exRepresentative exHepresentatv ¬
sentative sentatv sentativo Tingle called caled at the Land Of Office Q Offee ¬
fice and alli expressed expreld Indignation Indignaton at the theway theWAY theway
way people were robbed as exposed expOcd In InThe InThe inThe
The Globe Gobe last Sunday SundlY He want wanted d to toknow toImow toknow
know why the plan plAl was not adopted adoptedof j jof
of conducting conductng the allotments alotments and lot lottery lottery j
tery through the Land Ofllce Olce Honest HonestDlnger Honestnger HonestBinger
Dlnger nger Herman Hellln replied rellled it I Is I alleged allegedthat alegsd alegsdthat allegedthat
that he favored the plan but that thathigher thathigher thatldgher
higher authority nuthorly than he was decided decidedthe Ilecded Ilecdedthe decidedtime
the other way wayHere wa waHere wayHere
Here we have the secret of why hon honest honest honest ¬
est Dlnger Dnger Herman the Land Commisstoner Commis Commissioner Commlssloner ¬
stoner was not selected selecte by President PresidentMcKinley PresidentIcKlnley PresidentMcKinley
McKinley to superintend the drawing drawingat
at El Reno Lawton etc Mr Herman Hermancould Hermancould I Icould i
could not be b used by 1J the ring and andby andby andby
by the C n n I r Railway Hlllway They knew knewhis Imewhis knewits
his Integrity Iltegrlty and sterling sterlng reputation reputationand reputaton reputatonand reputationaid
and that thlt lie would be no party to a arobbery aroblery arobbery
robbery roblery of the Indians Inllans as Is now pro proposed proposed ¬ I Iposel
posed posedThero posel posedThere I
There Is consequently a scheme on onfoot j I
foot now In Oklahoma to agitate the theretirement theretrement therotirememt
retirement retrement of honest linger Dnger Herman Hermanthe Hermanthe Hermanthe
the man who cant clnt be b used uld by rings or orrobbers orrobbors orrobbers
robbers and substitute substtute him with wih ox oxGovernor oxGoveror oxGovernor
Governor Goveror Richards nchards of Wyoming his hisassistant hissslstant hisassistant
assistant sslstant The ring papers to hand lmandImave handhave handbave
have already commenced COlmencel booming boomingRichards boomingRchards boomingRichards
Richards Rchards and all al that Is I wanting wantng now nowIs nowIs nowis
Is to either eiher raise rlse a fee by the time timeCharley tme tmeCharley lineCharley
Charley Grosvenor gets lts back bae from Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope and hire him to see the good goodkind goodklnl goodkind
kind klnl President or take the bull bullbeg bullbegpardon bullbegpardon beg begpardon
pardon we mean mOn Senator Hanna Hannaby Hannabythe by bythe
the horns and rush him 11m to the good goodkind Iod Iodkind goodkind
kind President Preldent with wih a demand deaad for hon honest honelt lionest ¬
est Dlnger Dnger Herman Hennan MRlp IZp As s ho b h + 1 i iabout le leabout
about tht tb t s only on hMMt t Mftrtcltt rliht t Star Starless Nn Nntug ¬
less li tug oWi 0 1 under this tt Twfilng eUng ATh Aflmln AflmlnIstratlon A1ltn A1ltnIitrton mn mnistralion
Istratlon Iitrton It I Is dollar delfl to t TeughnuU d UlhnlU tlf tlfgood tf tiff tiffgood
good rd kind President Prtlldfni Prestd + nL will l r retire llre him lilmfor himtor himfor
for the good 101 nt ft the public IJllc service srvIce as asregarded asrllred asregarded
regarded rllred from the point of view of the therascally tle tleIascaly therascally
rascally Iascaly ring rln with wih Its Is headquarters headquartershere headquartershere I
here and anlits Its hindquarters hinlquarters out In Okla Oklahoma Oklahomo Oklahoma ¬
homa We call cal upon the honest pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc to watch the outcome outcomeWAR outcomeWAR outcomeWAR
WAR DEPARTMENT LEAK LEAKIn
In Division Dvision of Rolls RolsCerk RollsClerk Olerk Offered OfferedSlOOO
81000 by An Attorney AttorneyThero Atorney AtorneyThero AttorneyThere
Thero Is a leak In the War Departmoat Depart Department Department ¬
ment and It has just come to light lightthrough lght lghtthrough lightthrough
through the attempt of an attorney atore to tobribe toIlbe tobribe
bribe Ilbe an In honest honelt clerk Time Globe Gobe oxelusively ox oxchmlvely oxchlrvsl
elusively chlrvsl lays the following Colowlng details detais bo bofore boo boofore bofore
fore the public publicA IJllc IJllcA
A clerk In the Department was ap approached apIlroachel appreached ¬
preached Ilroachel at his hil desk by b an attorney attorneythe attorneythe I Ithe
the past pat week and asked a ked for the recorris rec records ¬
ords In certain cases cael The clerk po politely polte poIltely ¬ I
litely lte declined declnel and referred the attor attorney ator atorne attornay ¬
nay ne to his instructions The attorney attorneyargued attorneyarguell attorneyargued
argued with wih the clerk on the propriety proprietyof proprletof
of obeying such absurd Instructions Instructionsand Inltructon8 Inltructon8nnll instructionsand
and finally finaly mentioned mentlonel a specific Ipecilc case caseof cueof caseof
of n dead soldier toldler to whom the Governmeat Govern Government Ooernment ¬
ment was as Indebted In a large sum The Theattorney Theattornoy Ihaattorney I
attorney wanted the records In this thiscase thllCRse thiscase
case and al11 he finally finaly made the proposi proposition propositon proposlthou ¬
thou
ton
I will wi give gle you OU 1000 000 for permis permission permllslon perntission ¬
sion to examine and copy these thel rec records record recorde ¬
ords ord
ordsThe
The clerk Indignantly IndhJnanty refused andthreatened and andthreatened RIII RIIIthreatenell
threatened to report the matter mater to his hischief hischief hiscimiet
chief This persistent refusal nettled nettledthe netted nettedthe nettledtime
the attorney ho lost his habitual cau cautiousness CUtlousness cautiousness ¬
tiousness and blurted out outOh outOh outOh
Oh Oh very well wel You refuse this thissum thisSUI thisstun
sum SUI Well you are n fool tool I cnn get getthe getthe gottime
the records anyhow through a lady Ildyon Ildyonthe on ontho onthe
the Divisional Diviional rolls rol and Ind It I wont cost costas costas costas
as much muchHe luch luchHe muchlie
He then departed deprtll and a n quiet hives Investigation In hivestigntlon vei ¬
tigation tgAton was Inaugurated Inaugurted by the clerk clerkto clerkto clerkto
to ascertain acertoln who the lady lal leaker was wasHe wasle waslie
He le became satisfied sAtlfied however that the thelady thelady thelady i
lady must mlst be getting gettng her Information Informationfrom Informaton Informatonfrom hifornmettlonfrom
from a male clerk whom she has on onthe onthe ontime
the string and Ind who occupies occlple8 such a position po position po1ii0n ¬
sition 1ii0n that ho can do to so without ex exciting e ecilng axciting ¬
citing cilng suspicion suspicionThis slsplcon slsplconThis suspicionThis
This Information Informaton has been given The TheGlobe TheGobe TimeGlobe
Globe Gobe that the matter may be brought broughtto
to the attention attenton ot the Department as asour asour asour
our informant for delicate delcate reasons reasonsdoes reasnl reasnldoes reasonsdoes
does not want to figure fgure in the affair affairas afar afaras affairas
as a Department Dep Itment Informer InformerThursday IntormerThurs informerThursday
Thursday Thurs lay last a commute commite went wentthrough wentthrough wentthrough
through the building buiding perpetrating perpetrltnl the thesamo thesame thesame
same old fake ot collecting colectng a I fund fUl1 to tolobby tolobby tolobby
lobby a bill bi through throllh Congress Congrell Of Ofcourse OfCOUre Ofcourse
course COUre the proposed lobbyist clique cliquewill clque clquew1 cliquewill
will w1 divide dlvlle among Its members membr thegreater the thegreater thegreater
greater portion porton of the collections colectlonl after afterthe afer afertho afterthe
the usual fashion flshlon of these thes affairs affairsThe alalrl alalrlho affairslimo I
The ho proposed bill bl Is a taker and andthe anlltbe andthe
the clerk who does not bite Is a wise wiseguy WIMguy wiseguy
10ei
guy Indeed It I Is proposed to Intro Introduce Introduce introduce ¬
duce a bill bi at the coming session to topension topension topension
pension Government clerks after afer 25 25years 25ears 26years
years ears service The bill bi has about as asmuch ASmuch asmuuclm
much chance of becoming a aa alaw law w as al o au auto oseto e eto
to make the Sunday Globe Oobe the official officialorgan omclalorgnn ounclalargot
organ of President McKinley lcKlnley Even it itsuch Itsuch itsuch
such an absurd aburd measure melue could coull pass PRI the theCongress theCongress timeCongress
Congress who ho would be benefited benefitedHow benefitedhow 1 1How
How many clerks of 26 years year servitulle servi servitude rvl rvltude ¬
tude are there now nOV1 And how few fewthere fewthere fewthere
there will 1 be when the next Democratic Demoerato
Administration Almlailtraton takes tlke hold and cleans cleansout 018ns 018nsout cleansout
out the Auguean Auglean stables tAblal including the thesnivel thesnivel thesnivel
snivel service fraud tllll Keep your yourmoney YOr10ney yournmoney
money 10ney Messrs OST Clerks and save Slve It too tooYou tooYou tooYou
You further may along need It I for railway raiway faro
For Sale by the theNewsboys thoNewsboys timeNewsboys
Newsboys and at all allNews aUNews allNews
News Stands StandsPrice StnndsPrice StandsPrice
Price Hive Cents Cen ts
UND rl rlAdvertising L ODE StnndsD3Y thoAd aURead
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VOL 1 1NO NO 15 WASHINGTON D 0 SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 11 1901 FIVE GENTS A COPY
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAP I NEWS NEWSWhat NEWSWhat
What the Wires Brought to The TheGlobe TheGlobe TheGlobe
Globe Last Night NightSHE NightSHE NightSHE
i SHE ELOPES EOPES WITH A MUSICIAN MUSICIANDoes MUSICAN MUSICANDoes
I
Does this Princess but Upon Being Owlaken OwlakenShoots Olerlken OlerlkenShoots OverikenShoots
Shoots Herself HerslGold HerselfGold Gold Discover Discovery In Mon MenUnaA MontanaA MonLanaA
UnaA Janitors jniors TrustYoung TustYoung Lady Town TownMarshal TownMarshal TownMarshal
Marshal Holds the Job Bui One DayBody DayBodyof
of Murdered Woman Foundllelena Found FoundHelena FoundHelena
Helena Mont onL Aug 10 11 An old oldCushioned 011 011fashlonell oldfashioucd
Cushioned mining mlniu stampede stalpede has hal been beenstarted beerstarted eel
started to the Big Bg Snowy Snow y Mountains Mountainsby tlountniusby oultnlns oultnlnsl
by l the discovery dlscOer of rIch gold bearing bearingcopper LOIhig LOIhigcoppor buntingcopper
copper and 111laud sand carrying carr llg free fre gold ithas It Ithas nhis
has his practically lrnctclll depopulated severaltOwlla several tevemltowns eerl eerltownl
towns townl along Iloug the Montana Itullrond Itullrondand Hnlrond Rullroadand
and 011 is I continually contlunl contiuaallydrawlugmore drawing d1wllg more pso psopie plO plOpIe peop1s
pie to the scene sceueof of the new uel discovery discoveryVienna tlwcoer tlwcoerIonn9 tllccoveryVloumia
Vienna Ionn9 Aug Au 10 10An An elopement elopementwhich eloJcleut eloJcleutwhIch eloponnentwhich
which parallel paralel > that of the Princess PrlucessChhnuy PrincessChlniuy lrhlc 8 8Chllf
Chlniuy Chllf with the exception exceplol that the theending thecllng theeudhig
ending cllng in this case was 8S quick and andtragic ant andtragic
tragic tllllo has his been reported here Tlmelrhtcese Tho ThoPrincess Ihe Ihelrhl
Princess lrhl Olgu Oga Seiuonowfikl Semonowlkl the dough daughter laugh laughter doughter ¬
ter of a I Russian magnate of royal royalblood rO royalblood 11 11hlood
blood eloped with wih a gyjwy gi musician musicianit nlSleln nlSlelnlt
lt at it Uulltitou Bnlltuu Hungary The he Princess 1rhmeessvisited Prlnceesvisited PrincessvlHled
visited vlHled tho tle restaurant re tnurnnt In II which the thegypcy theg timegypay
Cud full in love with withhim withhint
gypcy g p performed lud fiI wlh wlhhlmnnd
him hlmnnd and he with wih her herluII and the couple coupledoped coupleeloel cOtlhieeloped
doped eloel after ICer the muskinn lusllnn had compluted com completed completcd ¬
pleted his work of the day The Ihefnthar father fatherand titheramid
1111 and brothers of the Princes lrlncLs started Itartcd In Inpursuit II IIi himpursuit
pursuit Jmml and on 01 the second seculll day dll caught caughtthem CIIKht CIIKhtthel caughtthoni
them thel The lhe gypsy was WIS thrashed and andthe lud ludthe amidtime
the IrlmeHS Prlltes told she he had disgraced dl grccd her herfamily herfall herfunmlly
family fall She was wnl handed IIHiled a revolver revolverwith leToler leTolerwith revolverwith
with which she shot her herlf herlfI ihf ihfCleveland lf lfCleveland
Cleveland Cleelmll Aug 10Kee 10 Keeper Iter Thou ThouWilson Iho limoVllsomi
Wilson Wison hi hits > sou Komi orII11 amid William WilliamItouch Wllal Vllliauthunch
hunch had a narrow Ilnrow escape Ilpe from rout being beingburned beingbured beingbnrmod
burned bured to de d death tli on onuoard board tho lightship lightshipoil ljhthl1 ljhthl1oi
oil oi Port 1o t an al Pelee 1ele Passage PnSSIO The lhe boat boatcaught Lot Lotcaught boatcmtght
caught fire Ire in some unknown uUkUO llalnCr manner muuueraui mannerand
and 111 the men 18n endeavored enlelroled without wihout avail availto 111 availto
to extinguish extllglllh the Humes laleH Severn 1 bar barrels barrels barreis ¬
rels of oil 01 on 01 board br also nllo begun Leg11 to blaze blazeand Lh blazerued 7C 7CIld
and Ild the vessel tcl soon burned Llre < to the thewaters thewlters thewaters
waters wlters edge e e The three thrr men 10n escaped escapedon clcnJed clcnJedon
on board Ulrd the lunmberiadem lumber lum crlalen laden vessel veel Co Colorn Co10rl Codorus
10rl dorus lorn which was near enough to ren render render rentier ¬
der assistrtee assistrteeChicago iui IUIllaee IUIllaeeChicgo istrt ee eeChicago
Chicago Chicgo Aug vJO t10Janitors 0JolI0r Janitor In this thisJanitors1 tMi thiscity
clt city aro n rrlng forming 1 a trst trust calel called the theJ theJanitors
Janitors J lulos Protective AssocI A AtotlU MU tion and anddceUro anddeelra anddceipto
dceUro It I IB trotu doslgnstl d0l doet nfl nett for IrUle the ameliora amelioration Ilnloru Ilnlorutol amellorutiuu ¬
tion tol of tl time oonultionjnf ondlto oonditioq or those thOc tjmeetvltoare tjmeetvltoaretmioltnrgeefofileebumBpgr who are areIn tre treIn
tmioltnrgeefofileebumBpgr In tsliargeof Cllfol offl ol tHiftiHflMi 11I aU1 aU1The aw11wts aw11wtsTime wia l lThe
g
The association aJlton now 10 bee 1 160 inambani inambaniBridgeport U muntbereBridgeport ml6 ml6Hr1gerlrt
Bridgeport Hr1gerlrt Aug 10 10Ihre l9Three Three skele skeletons sklc sklcIou skcetune ¬
tons Iou were wert dug up near Iear here by worknmen work workmen wrltmel ¬
men mel while whie excavating eXCllug for the fouuda foundatloti fouudaI fouudathou
thou tnu of a new Ul railroad ralroll bridge The Thecpot Thepot limespot
spot pot where the bodies umleH were found was wasninde WI WIInde iiasmonde
monde Inde ground from roam mud 1111 tuken tnkel from fromthe fruwtie fromthe
the tie harbor hlrlor The police olio believe belee the theskeletons theMlwletols theskulelons
skeletons Mlwletols lire Iro relic rele of a 1 mysterious mysteriouscrime 1 nmysterlouseriuie torloug torlougIdul
crime Idul committed along the water wiier w nler front frontyears froutear routyears
years ear ago agoPottsvllle I ago1oltsvllle O Olotslle
Pottsvllle lotslle Pa 11 Aug AugI1le 10 The finding findingof Il1ug Il1ugof
of the body hod of Mrs lr Beth Seth Davis 1avlK on thehilldde the thehlllHide thehlHlde
hlllHide hlHlde near here Is regarded as lS proof proofthat prooethat proofthat
that her husband hmllnd who hanged hlnget lilimeH lilimeHlast hlm lmlairelIast el
last 1 t Saturday laurda und bndlurllerOller murdered her The Thepair limepair 1he 1heplir
pair plir were last lalt teen een together to etler by L their theirdaughter theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter on Friday Frlla when they 11e were weresupposedly werufUppoHoll weresupposediy
supposedly fUppoHoll on Ol the way WI to Pottsvllle PottsvllleOnly lotle lotleOnl PottsvilleOnly
Only Onl the man JIl reached rClched PotUvllle lolble andthere and andthere lud ludtbcre
there was a ll tts strung suspicion su plun that thlt he had lmndumdc hadmade h11 h11nlte
made nlte way WI with wih his wife wifeWichita wifeWlchll wifeWichita
Wichita Wlchll Kau au Aug 10 10Mims MUs IH Mat Mattie Mit Mitte Matlie
tie te Helen Heals the young oun woman womanwho womol wontamivho
who drew dre a 1 farm flll near Lawtonctmio Lawtonctmiohome Lawton came cameI cameheue
home hOle tonight Mis 1Is iils Deals Bells was WRP mar marshut mlushil nuwsill
shut shil of the new lew town tuw u of Law Lawton ton for forone fortle tertime
one tle day tay und she says S 1 that thlt wa WRP was enough enoughShe enoughhe emiougimShe
She he hud 1111 mi In encounter with UatCurr UatCurrwhich lnt limit Carrw Carr Carrhlch
which w hlch gave her as usulg big a I shock huck as W w when whenshe wheuMhe lmen lmenshe
she heard helrl the news that James Jame Woodhumid Wood Woodhud WOII WOIIIld
hud Ild taken tlkeu nil 11 the laud lllUlol mi the north northhli Ilrh Ilrhllo northside
side hli llo of the Luwtoii town ttWl Kite ie Miss MissBenin flitsBenin 1
JIIt Benin wild Inhl I am II mighty Ilght glad Illli to get getout getuut getOut
out of Lawton Such shooting shotng drinkiug drink drinking drInkIng ¬
ing robbing Iobblng and hilling lliln It illlug you ou never neversaw uee neverstew
saw flW It 1 iiuikoH 1IC niukesmime me Bluidder Ihudder I dont dontthink dontt dontthimik
think t h 11 there t are 1 n 1 dozen women on Oi the thetown thetoWI thetown
town toWI site ie Hut those tIle there thel are lre well welltreated welltreated ll
treatedlhilndolphiu treated treatedPhiladelphia trctedllllelhll
Philadelphia llllelhll Aug inllaxhnilluu inllaxhnilluuflannese Kt 1Ilxlnlll Maximilian MaximilianMatm
Matm flannese llul e nephew or of a wealthy eMlh Berlin Berlinbanker Herll 1lerliubanker
banker Llnker committed cOlmlted suicide by ly shooting shoolll
himself hhmel becalm leCIUH his hi uncle unl had hlil cut him himoff himolln him himo11
off olln o11 In his will wi with wih lo 11 Manure IURHe ex expeeled expected expeeteti
peeled to receive rlcehe J40oon 1001 OOt lit Jt received receivedu reecheI
u I letter lottr telling le1ng him hll he w WL was to receive receiveonly receIveouly receiveonly
only f0 f0Berlin 10 10Berle 0 0Htrhl
Berlin Htrhl Aug 10 tThe 19Time The MauufacturereAesoebttlor Manufacturers ManufacturersAssociation laulflctlrerd laulflctlrerdSOClltol
Association Aesoebttlor of Cologne Colowt bun In adopted mluted u uresolution 1 aresulutiomi
resolution rtulutlol SOClltol declaring deelavlugtlist I hut hit the new lew newtarltr newtarltrbill tariff tariffbill tlulr tlulrbil
bill bil brings many 1111 surprises HurprljIUHl smith diwip diwippolntmentH dlt tilsappuiutntemts
polntmentH olltlou t > IndustrY mlltr must IUt ener energetically elel elelgotlcll suery ¬
getically gotlcll demand delull says IJH iyn the neeolutbOlitimut resolution resolutionthat rtlutun rtlutuntlt
that tlt adequate 11ICluato protection lie adopted adoptedagainst Itopted Itoptedu adoptedagolust
against u lllst tae tle overpowering oerpullug Iomputltlon Iomputltlonof lulPCttOI
of the United Unied States Stutl und lud the present presentbill pleHentbl presentbill
bill bl does toQ let notoflbr 10t uflbr ofr u I ullldeiit 11delt gnimin gniminteoHgutntit glIIU glIIUte gamintutenagalust
teoHgutntit te tgHllst this competition competitionSun C cutnlatittonSmut 1 I lltOI
Sun 811 Francisco FIIIco July JII in IChiel iiiChlef Chief i Soy Soyinour o omour oy oyuttntr
inour of the local deiwtlve bureau buremmuclulnme bureaucliiliiH burlu burluclnll
cliiliiH clnll to have II1e already airelll cecuml tlurec t curls suflldent HII curlsclemit
dent evidence oldolc against Nllllust John Juhl Winters Wintersthe Winterthe l titturs titturstime
the man 111 arrested NrrOtlt yesterday t ttrlluy to ixn posl posllively po iItvely I Ithel >
lively thel Identify Ideltfy him hlllll iw one olt of the men menwho Itu Ituwhn alertWilt
who robbed loIId the Selbv Seib tlu Smelter f1Llter Works Worksof
of gold gull bullion bulon valued mIled at lt 230000 230000Winters 20 280 00 000 000Vttlurs
Winters Wilter db dUeltilins dloIS ejninms all nillnoledge knowledge of of therubber the therobbery theruLben
robbery rubber but lu t the Indications hllcatlon are Irt that he heU beI lieb
U I guilty Iull as many IUI incriminating IIIrllllntlg a1 a1article ar arartlcle a
1IIIcle article have hlC been bet1 found fmulil in his bl cabin cabinLondon eall eabluLundeu
London 1onton Aug Au 10 10A A special Keltl dis1tutehIrons dispatch dispatchIroni IUlutcb IUlutcbIrom
Irons llotterilaiii says 8a the mental Ilntl con condition COl coilditlou ¬
dition of oOIr Mr Kruger Is 11 nrouslttgserlaas nrouslttgserlaasa aroulng serious seriousapprehension srloui
apprehension nIIPleheltlou a nprehenslou Aspeciaxist A specialist spelttlit In II nervousdlseasets nervous nervous11enhuH nervousII
II dlseasets 11enhuH > tl1 has ha been summoned KUlloned by tele telegraph telegm telcgraph ¬
graph gm ph from Berlin BerlinConnellHvllle BerlinCOlulllle r rCouuellsvillo
ConnellHvllle COlulllle Pa Il Aug 10 IOHul 10llun 10llunulog lUin lUinnlng
nlng ullg at a speed of < > f fifty ff ml llt miles > on 11 hourtime hour hourthe hourthe
the third section 8ellnu eet tlomi of the Baltimore lllUrolt A AOhio E EOhio
Ohio Atlantic Atl1tk tity < It > excursion exeurlou train trainplunged trln trlnpluull trainplunged
plunged pluull Into the rear end of th the pre preceding ¬
Iln IlnCIIII Irreeedhmg
ceding CIIII section Uou ut Continence t01Iu9uC thirty thirtymiles th thirtyndles r
miles mie east t8t of hen ht and RII ten tLl p Ilitugtl passeugera passeugerawere sngers sngerswere
were corlouslv orlou81 Injured IIIJUII Ijuretltwo two of whom tt9motnare whomare whomar
are ar not eximted oXlctetl to recover recoverLiverpool rlltfr rlltfrlvtronJ recoverLiverpool
Liverpool lvtronJ Aim AUI 10 lOCapt 10CM Capt Dingle Dingleof
of the wrecked Leyland 1tltI11 Line alauuer alauuerAssrlamt t tatuer nier nierher
Assrlamt rh was fOi found I 1 rpomlbh responsible fr frblr nor norheroes
her heroes 1 low 10 by b the lloadufIrnde Board anlotrmle of TJ IUllury Iw tmiry

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