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2 THE SUNDAY GLOBE WASHINGTON D C AUGUST 11 1901
AN ILL WINDWhich WIND WINDWhich
Which Blows Nobody Good Has An AnExemplification AnExemplification
Exemplification ExemplificationIN
IN THE TOWN OF UTRROP MO M0The MOThe MOThe
The Headquarters ol the British Mllltarj Sup Supply SupplJ Supp1 ¬
ply p1 DepartmentHow the Prl Price ol Land Goes GoesUp GoesUp GoesUp
Up and How the Lalhroplans lathropl ns Prij for a Gon Continuation Gonllnuatloft Gontlnuation ¬
tinuation of the BrllishWnr British War with the Boers BoersIn
In South Africa AfricaEvery AfricaEvery I II IEvery I
Every dispatch that tells of one of ofDe ofDe I
adds addlanywhere addsanywhere
De Wets successful maneuvers addsanywhere
anywhere from 5 to i8 an acre to tofarm tofarm tofarm
farm land Ilnl1ln In the Immediate vicinity of ofLathrop ofLat1lrop ofLathrop
Lathrop Mo Io Lathrop LathrolllB Is In the heyday heydayof
of Its glory and the fervent ferventevery prayer > > of ofvery ofevery
every man woman and child of ua It I
1200 population is that the Boers will willfight willfight willfight
fight for a generationThe generation generationThe generationThe
The military department of the Brit British BritIsh BrltIsh ¬
ish government has transferred Its Itsheadquarters It itsLeadquarters I Iteadquarterl
headquarters for the purchase and andstabling andstabling andstabling
stabling of horses hor es for the Transvaal Transvaalwar Tranlvaalwar
war from New ew Orleans to Lathrop on onthe onthe Onthe
the Burlington road 40 miles mll s north northof uorthof northof
of Kansas Ian City and the activity which whichwas whichwas hlcl1 hlcl1was
was noted In the purchase of horses at atthe atthe atthe
to in increase Increase lncrease ¬
the beginning of the war seems
crease with each month Horses are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being shipped to South Africa from fromLnthrop fromLathrop fromLathrop
Lathrop at the rate of 2500 a week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The six veterinarians employed by the theBritish theDrltlsh theBritish
British government brand and vacci vaccinate vaccinate vacclpate ¬
nate between 400 and 500 00 horses a aday atla aday
day tla and all of these are kept there In Insteal Insteall instead
steal of at New ew Orleans and shipped shippedonly Ihlppedonl shippedonly
only onl as needed to load the vessels vesselsbound vlllellbouJ1d vesselsbound
bound for South Africa To feed these thesehorses theBehorses thesehorees
horses the British government pays 35 35cents 35cents 35cents
cents a 1 h bead d a day and the little item itemof Itemof Itemof
of feed f el1 for th the horses alone costs COitIon COitIonan onan on onan
an average of 1000 a day dayBut dayDut dayBut
But this Is a small proportion of the therevenue thereveRue thereveaue
revenue which Lathrop and the farm farmers tarmers farmers ¬
ers thereabout are deriving from th thnecessities the thenecellitiel thenecessities
necessities of war Before the horses horsesare horlllBre horsesare
are Inspected Inl cted branded and vaccinated vaccinatedthey vaccinatedthey vaccinatedthey
they are pastured pa tured by a St Louis LouisKan LouisKansas LoullKansos Kan Kansue ¬
sos City firm which hich has a five years yearscontract yearscontract yearscontract
contract to supply the British government govern government lovernment ¬
ment with all the horses and mules mulesrequired mulelrequired mulesrequired
required In the South African war warThis warThill warThis
This firm which has already grown grownrich grownrich grownrich
rich hM bought something like 1600aeree 1600 1800acres 1600lIr
acres lIr of land near Its stables and Is Isnegotiating IIl1fgotlatlng isnegotiating
negotiating for more But the land landowned landowned landowned
owned by the firm is not sufficient to toaccommodate toaccommodate toaccommodate
accommodate more than a small per percent percent percent
cent of the 10000 horses and mules In Instock Instok Instock
stock and all the available pasture pastureland puturelanll pastureland
land In every direction has been rent rented rente rented ¬
ed e As their necessities Increase the thefarmers tbetarmers thefarmers
farmers with lth true Yankee thrift ad advance adance advance ¬
vance ance the price of pasturage pasturageEvery palturaleEvery pasturageEvery
Every boy In town that knows how howto howto bowto
to ride can get a Job breaking horses horsesbrought horlelbrought horsesbrought
brought from the plains of Idaho or orWyoming orWomlng orWyoming
Wyoming Every man with a team teamcan teamcan teamcan
can find employment hauling feed feedThere teel1There teedThere
There are no unemployed who ho can and andwill anl1will andwill
will work Although the Chicago Bur Burlington DurlIngton Burlington ¬
lington Quincy railroad has miles of ofsidetrack oteldetrack ofsidetrack
sidetrack at Lathrop It must build buildmore bull buildmore 11 11more
more switches switchesThe IwltchelThe switchesThe
The horses supplied the th British gov government government government ¬
ernment do not compare with those ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted by uncle Sam The price too tooIs tooIs toois
Is awut onehalf Although Jh the h con contract co1 co1tract coqtract ¬
tract between the supplying firm and andthe andthe endthe
the British government Is a secret the theestimate theestimllte theestimate
estimate there of the price paid Is 75s 75 75head 75huol
s head Nearly aH the horses now be being being being ¬
ing shipped come from the ranges In InIdaho InIdaho inIdaho
Idaho South Dakota and Wyoming WyomingNobody WyomiuriNobody WyomlnNobody
Nobody would ever offer them for sale saleto saleto Ie Ieto
to the United States military authori authorities authorltiel authorities ¬
ties They come by the carload car load al almost aimOlt almost ¬
most dally From the time the horsee horseeare horsea horseaare hore horeare
are imloaded Ioaded until they are Inspected Inspectedbranded insPectllbrandel1 inspectedbranded
branded and vaccinated cclnated the entire entiretrain entiretrain entiretrain
train travels at a breakneck speed speedThe BpeedThe speedThe
The feed and freight wagons move at ata ata ata
a fast trot with never a letup during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the day da The horses when headed for fora fora fora
a pasture go at a fierce gallop with withhorsemen withhprse withbprsenen
bprsenen horsemen hprse en riding like mad to head headthem heal1them headthem
them oft from diverging lanes Now Nowand Nowand Nowand
and then there is a stampede and a ahundred 1 1bundred ahundred
hundred wild 1111 horses dash down Lath Lathrops Lathrops Lathroes
rops business street streetTho IItreetThQ streetThe
The governments equipment for forbranding forbranding forbranding
branding horses Is complete As a aherd aherd aherd
herd Is to be branded it Is driven to a alot 1 1lot alot
lot adjoining the Immense stables stablesThe stablelThe stablesThe
The fences run In a aeml semiclrsle cirele and andgradually IInl1gradually andgradually
gradually approach each other until a aJane alane alane
lane is formed just wide enough to ac accommodate acommod8te aceommodate ¬
commodate one horse The lane is ismade IIImade Ismade
made of heavy timber and as the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses enter it sticks of timber are arei
i 1111 iui In front of their forelegs tkrougu tkrouguaperture t tiuoughapertures lroug1 lroug1aperture
aperture built for the purpose and andagain andagaIn andagain
again at their hips The untamed untamedWestern untamedWestern untamedwestern
Western range horses rear and endeav endeavor endeavor ¬
or to plunge Even when there fast fastened faitened fastened ¬
ened it is Impossible to brand them on onthe onthe onthe
the Jaw unless unle their heads are fastened fastenedwith tulenedwith fastenedwith
with halters haltersOn baltersOn haltersOn
On Inspection days da the officer In Incharge I Ichafl ischarge
charge chafl e Is in the heyday of his glory gloryThe gloryThl gloryFhr
The Fhr horses hor el are inspected at the stables stablesIn
In 1 n town All that part of town In the thevicinity theidnlty thevicinity
vicinity of the stables is practically practlcaI1Ylmartial car cardr ua uaI
dr I T martial law Nobody U p permitted permittedn rmltt rmlttlld rmlttlldrome d dit
it n rome near the animals which are areto areto areto
to to bn pawwd upon The commanding commandingoffler eommandllUlmer eommandinltomaer
offler mer Is a more or less lei petulant per perMn pilrHI1 peron
Mn on who create the impression that thatO thatia
1 ia O labors under the constant fear of ofa oft
a t I Boer spy playing the role of a Lath Lainrop Lathrp Lathrap
rap citizenSouth citizen citizenSouth
South of the city elt limits where the theold the1IiI theold
old barns are located a mule barn was wasorinlnally WilloriJlnalh wasoriginally
originally built 200x400 feet The Theb Tbehahlllarte11l
b hahlllarte11l < ad quartern of the buyers have been beenrviiied beeRled beeate
rviiied < led with offices scales and anllIIllksmith a aihMksmith
ihMksmith h te well from which wind windmills windll
mills ll pump fresh water to all compartnts compart compartMI compart11Il1tS
MI 11Il1tS nts and a hospital barn There are arei
i > n I acres of land adjoining the barn barnni
ni I n illzed by the government contractorsan contractors
an unl Jill I here the inspection 1 i8 conducted conductedi
i the British officers officersTwo olfieerTwo officersIwo
Two miles mil northeast of the city liar limits liarr lIinits ¬
its r 4 the new De hospital hopltalltableM stables have been beeni
buildings were werermile werenllllie werefinite
r i 100 tod These new
rmile necessary by b the determlnatioi determlnatioiof det rminaUa rminaUaI
of I the government to maintain Us Usli It itsh II
li < adrjnart 1111 arlr < lIartlll r where the purchases purchaseswere purchaselWfre purchasesere
were made One Immense stable 43 43tvet 43lIt 43feet
lIt wide by 44Z feet long has Just Justicpn jUltcompleted Justn
icpn n completed and another ID in pro proSB praoHH pro4f4
oHH SB of erection 160 feet wide by 312 312iv 312lonl 312fast
fast iv < > t long It will contain cribs for 200 200imxhels 200I 200h
imxhels I h > lshell of corn and oats water tanks tanksin
in 1 n each < acU division and 48000 fcet jjo oet et of floor floorspare floorHIIe floorhpttce
spare for hay The new ne barn Is in ini Innlec
i Tided nlec for mule and will house 750 750head 760head 750head
head In addition to their immense immensepurchases Immenlepurcbuetl immensepurchases
purchases of feed from farmers the thefont theontractorl thecontractors
font contractors factors have 500 acres of corn un under unIer under ¬
der cultivation and have leased about
4000 acres of pasture lands landsAH landiAll land landAll
All the branding and anI Itlone
lone one at the hospital farms
of town An arrow head branded on onthe onhe onthe
the he Jaw shoulders or hips denotes th thgrade the therale thegrade
grade rale of the animal while the hoof < s sIntended
Intended for the mounted infantry infantryyeomanry Infantryyeomanry infantryyeomanry
yeomanry or cavalry Th The horses arvaceinated ar arvHccInatsd
vHccInatsd their tail ta11s are bobbed an anthe and andt antithe
t the he animals are ready read for shipment to toNew t tNew
New ew Orleans OrleansIf
If 10000 homes R month are salpD Ihll1Ptl1from a afrom
from lAthrop Ute present average tillc
c out lIt to the British government oVernmeDt a y at
or hers horses e alone would be approxi approximately ApproxlnAtely ¬
nSOOOOOO UOOOOOO To feed 3000 3000iorM8 3000IOIM
iorM8 and mules which Is about tho thoivsrag thoVlrage thetverage
ivsrag of the stock kept on hand handtv handIoh hand4ioh
4ioh tv loh has been Inspected InlJ1 ted adds 36B 366QOO
00 more for this Item The farmers
jf the country have disposed dllpo ed of 61
000 worth of land and negotiations negotiationsare
are re pending for almost as much more moreThe moreThe
The amount spent for the rent ot pas pastures pasturel pastures ¬
tures can not t be > ascertained but It Itreaches Itreachel itreaches
reaches a handsome figure But de despite despite der derspite ¬
spite Its prosperity pr081 > erity the citizen of ofLathrop ofLathrop ofLathrop
Lathrop every ever one of fchom hom claims to tobe tobe tobe
be an expert judge of horses expresses expresseshis expreilYhili expreeeahie
his contempt whenever the opportunity opportunitypresents opportunityprelents opportunitypresent
presents Itself and frequently when itdoesnt it itdoesnt Itdoelnt
doesnt for the kind of horses hOfl the theBritish theDritlih theBritish
British government Is buying If Iwas I Iwas Iwal
was a soldier mounted on one of those thosehorses tholehorle thosehorses
horses said lil1a a Lathrop judge of horse horseflesh horlHflelh horseflesh ¬
flesh pointing to a 1 herd from Wyomlug Wyom Wyoming WomInl ¬
lug Inl and the Doers would get afterme after afterme afterme
me I would dismount and take to my myheels m mheell myheels
heels I would stand a better chance chanceof chanceat chanceof
of getting away awayYou nwayYou awayYou
You havent any an kick coming saidhis said saidhis 111111hil
his neighbor were exchanging all allour anour allour
our poor horses for good British gold goldMEAT laIdMEAT goldMEAT
MEAT IN THISArralgunlent THIS THISArraignment THISArrtlgllntent
Arraignment of the Pension Bureau BureauUnder BureauUnder
Under Commissioner Evans EvansA I
A correspondent writing on Commis Comtnisstoner Commissioner CommlsIioner ¬
stoner Evans management of the Pen Pension Pension Pension ¬
sion Bureau groups a 1 great many facts factsin factiIn factsin
in the following three paragraphs paragraphswhich pantgral1hwhich paragraphswhich
which The Globe presents as an able ablearraignment ablearraignment ablearraignment
arraignment of the matter matterKIMTOB matterElJolroR matterEiwroa
KIMTOB GLOHE o LOIIE In the flies of thePension the thePension tllePension
Pension Bureau will be found the th pa papers papers papers ¬
pers In thousands upon thousands of otcases ofClsel ofcases
cases like the following In which analaction final finalaction finalaction
action has been taken during the lastfour last lastfour lutfour
four years The applicant under the tineact theact theact
act of June 27 1S90 was directed to toappear toappear toappear
appear before the local board ot f sur surgeans lIurgeans aurgeans
geans nearest his home for medical medicalexamination lUedlcalexamination medicalexamination
examination His claim is 1 based it itmay itmay itmay
may be upon disability dl abillty due to rheu rheumatism rheumatllm rlieumatiem ¬
matism of heart and disease of seo seomach leomacho seomach
mach The board find rheumatism ex existing exilUn existing ¬
isting ilUn and rate 1 heart complications complicationsand
and rate 4 mid dyspepsia and rate
4 or a total of 12 per month Themeneers The Themenljers ThemenJeri
menljers of the board sometimes re remark remark remark ¬
mark and frequently in the hearing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the soldiers No use giving a higher higherrating higherraUng higherrating
rating as that Is the limit of the law lawThat lawThat lawThat
That certificate reaches the office and andwith andwith andwith
with the other papers In the case are arereferred arereferred arereferred
referred to the Medical Referee who whoIn whoIn whoin
In obedience to the unwritten rules of ofpractice ofpracUce ofpractice
practice Inspired by 1 > Mr Ir Evans thevery the thevery thevery
very gracious and eversmiling keeper keeperof keeperof
of the good name honor Integrity Integrityand integrityand integrityand
and lofty patriotism of the Union aoldier sol soldier 101dier ¬
dier rejects the claim on the ground groundof
of no pensionable disability dllabillt within themeaning the themeaning themeaning
meaning of the act of June 27 1900 1900because 1800because lSOObecause
because forsooth the board of sur surgeans aurgeans I
geans have given no higher rate than
4 I for any anyone one disease Take that certificate cer certificate certlficate ¬
tificate to the board who made It ask askthem allkthem askthem I
them how much pension they Intended Intendedthat Intcndedthat intendedthat
that paper to warrant and they will willunhesitatingly willunhesitatingly
unhesitatingly tell you 12 per month monthThese monthThue monthThese
These Mr Ir Editor are some of the thethousand thethousand
thousand and one reasons causing this thisuniversal thlBunlverll11 thisuniversal I
universal discontent upon the part of ofthe ofthe
the men whom It was declared were wereentitled wereentitled wereentitled j
entitled to fair treatment and gener generous ¬ I IOUI ious
ous recognition for the part they took tookJn tookJI1 tookin
Jn that l1a awful time which tried mens menssouls menssouls
souls the success of which gave spur spurto spurto spurto I
to the worlds advancement second secondonly secondonly secondonly
only to that which followed the com coming coining ¬ I IIng
ing at of the Savior of mankind These Theseare TheleI Theseare
I are some of the reasons which have op operated operated ¬ I Ierated
erated in urging the representatives representativesof
of the Grand Army of the Republic In 1ntheir Intheir
their State and National Encampments Encampmentsto I
to file their unanimous protest prote t againstcontinuing against againstcontinuing agalnltcontinuing
Mr Evans In his hl
continuing presentposition present presentposition
I iwill
ltlon reasonable man manwill manwill
position po Surely no
I Imen
will for a moment believe that suchmen such suchmen
men as Gen Sickles Gen Hudson of ofKansas ofKansas
Kansas Corpl Tanner Col Co CoulterCapt Coulter CoulterCapt CoulterCapt I
Capt Coney and a host of others who whocould whocould
could be named and whose who reputation reputationas
I
as honorable men stands unchallenged unchallengedare
are seeking to bring about the retirement retire retirement retlrtment > ¬
ment of Mr r Evans merely at the In Instance inIItance instance ¬
stance of a few socalled so called pensionsharks pension pensionsharks pcnslonshark
sharks sharksAn sharkAn sharksAn I Ioffice
An Investigation of the files of that thatoffice liltoffice
office by l > y any disinterested Jury taking takingthe taldngthe takingthe
the cases as they come will show that thatIn thatIn thatin
In all cases admitted during tho past pastfour pastfour I Ifour
four years the same preponderance of ofproof ofproof ofproof
proof was required which In n the crim criminal crinlfinal ¬
inal courts In every State of thisUnion this thisUnion thiNUnion I
Union Is necessary necessar to send nil a man to tothe tothe tothe
the gallows gall OW I for murder and this thilin In the theface theface theface
face of the fate that remedial laws are arealways arealways I Ilwa
always lwa 1 Intended to be liberally con construed contrued ¬ i iItrued
trued Such an Investigation will de develop dllvelop develop ¬
velop this truth that in every case ad admitted admittell admitted ¬
mitted under Evanss administration administrationa
a system I Item of cheeseparing was Intro Introduced intraduced introduced ¬
duced as despicable as it was heartless heartlessTo heartlessTo I ITo
To these startling truth Mr Ir Evans Evansowes Evansowes I Iowel
owes his ability to return every year yearto I Ito j jto
to the Treasury his millions of unex uaaxpended unexpended ¬
pended appropriation appropriationTo
To my comrades let me say This Thismay Thismay I Imay
may be the darkest hour before the thedawn tlledawn thedawn
dawn of a better day At last the per parnlelons pernicious
nlelons practice In that great bureau is iscropping Iscropping iscropping
cropping out and waking wakln up the coun country country country ¬ I
try to a knowledge of the horrible sit situation Illuatlon ituation ¬
uation Sure as there Is a God above aboveus aboveus
us so surely will the javelins of truth truthpenetrate truthpenetrate truthpenetrate
penetrate the thick garment of II ClayEvanes Clay ClayEvanss ClayEvanll
Evanss selfsufficiency I D KA K KA IiA
A Orowl from Takoma Park ParkTo ParkTo ParkTO
To THE EDITOR OF Tins GLOBE GLOBEWill GLOBEwm GLOsswill
Will you allow me through your our columns col columns columnl ¬
umns umns to call the attention of the peo people peopie peopie ¬
pie of the District and vicinity vl lnlty to the thecharacter tbecbaracter thecharacter
character of the so socalled called Sunday resort re resort reo reolort ¬
sort Wild Wood near Takoma Park ParkThis IarkThll ParkThis
This place Is presumably a pleasure pleasureresort pleanrerelort pleasureresort
resort where men with their wives wivesand wiveland wivesand
and children caR secure Sunday rest restand reltand restand
and enjoyment but In reality Is nothing noth nothing nothInl ¬
ing more than a third class beer gar garden garden garden ¬
den where from all appearances all allkinds allklndl allkinds
kinds of liquors are sold without a alicense alicense alicense
license since the ruse of requiring each eachcustomer eachellitomer eachcustomer
customer to order something to eat In Inconnection Inollllection inconnection
connection with the drinks Is adoptedthus adopted adoptedthus adoptedthul
thus enabling en bllol the bowerylike proprie proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
tor to guard against suspicion As an anexample anexample anexample
example of what hat anyone is likely to toencounter toencounter toencounter
encounter at this place Sunday befare be befsre betere
fare last a party of three were sitting sittingon
on the veranda when the proprietor proprietorcame proprietorcame proprietorcame
came out and forcibly ejected a harm harmless barmless harmless ¬
less visitor in such ucb a manner that the theparty thoparty theparty
party of three thought it advisable to toget tolet toget
get away from such a place KB 1 soon as aspossible aapOillble aspossible
possible and hurriedly left let leaving leavingsomething leavingIOmething leavingsomething
something unpaid for but on return returnIng returnin returntag
tag in to settle as requested reque ted by the sa saloonkeeper sa saloonkefper earloon ¬
loonkeeper loon keeper two of the party were as assaulted allaulted assaulted ¬
saulted by him and driven from thegrounds the thegrounds thegroundl
grounds This Is evidently evlf1entl something somethingfor
for the authorities to look into It Is Isa laa isa
a disgrace to any community and I do donot donot donot
not think any newspaper wuold feel feeldelicate fleJdelicate feeldelicate
delicate about exposing a man so un unI unmlnf1tul unmindful
I mindful of common decency Iw laws The Theproprietor TJI TJIpro Theproprietor
proprietor pro rletor would have been arrested arrestedbut arreatedbut
but one of the parties partl had to leave the thecity theclt
city clt before the proper author authorities tie could oouldbe couJdbe
be located
0 T RYAN RYANTftfcomt RYANrakom RYANTakoma
Tftfcomt Perk PifrlfCarolina ptrltCroIlDa
Carolina artb grIEMealenotiaadabfaTraat grIEMealenotiaadabfaTraatI Brt ii are not HWdeifRTrUHt HMldel1f a Tt f
I
SWORN FACTS FACTShowlng FACTSShowing 1 1Showing
Showing that England En land is Hiding Be Behind BehInd Behind
hind the Women WomenOF WomenOF WomenOF
OF THE BOER HEROES HEROESAnd
And Endeavoring to Subdue Them Through ThroughTheir ThroughTheir ThroughTheir
Their Affections for Their Families Alter AlterFalling 4f1erFailing 4flerFailing
Failing to Whip Them on the BalllefleldThe BalllefleldTheDiabolical Bailielleld BattlefieldTheDiabolical The TheDlabollcat
Diabolical Wejler Scheme Carried out In Africato Africa Africato Africato
to which this Administration Is a Parlj ParljThe ParlJTI ParliThe
The TI e following affidavits and corre correspondence correspondence correspondence ¬
spondence are selfexplanatory They Theyshow Theyfilhow Theyshow
show that England practically defeat defeated deteated defentoil ¬
ed on the field of battle by the Dutch Dutchmen Dutchmen Dutchmen ¬
men of the two republics copied cOl > led the theIgnominious theIgnomlnlol1s theIgumulnious
Ignominious and devilish device of ofWeyler ofWeyler ofWeyler
Weyler In Cuba and hiding behind the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch women and children In the thede thedRth thedeath
death de th destroying reconcentrado camps campsseek campsleek campsseek
seek to play 111a upon the affections of the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch heroes for their women and andchildren alHIchildren andchildren
children with the hopes that they the will willsurrender willll1rrender willsurrender
surrender and give up the struggle to tosave to88Ve tosave
save their familieswhat families familiesWhat tamillesWhat
What a cowardly spectacle Is this thisboastful thisboaaltul thisboastful
boastful worldpower presenting to the thenations theIIRtlonl thenations
nations of the earth Her army so sodemoralized 10demoralized sodemorahlaed
demoralized that on the slightest IlIghte t pre pretext pretext pretext ¬
text her soldiers surrender to theDoers the theDoers thelJoers
Doers that they may be paroled and andsent antilent andsent
sent home Over 200000 fighting menunable men menunable menunable
unable to whip from the Bead less than thanoneeighth thanoneeighth thanoneeighth
oneeighth their number Chamber Chamberlains ChamberlalnlI Chamberlains ¬
lains brag of a fight to a finish has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been grimly accepted by the Boers and andif anl1It andit
It the contest ends in Englands l n IRntls finish finishhumanity tlni finishhumanity 11 11humanity
humanity will be the gainer Certain CertainIt
It Is that the finish will not be the thesubjection theIII thesubjection
subjection III bjectlon of the Boers or their thel r accept accepted acceptell accepted ¬
ed conquest by the pirate nation nationHere nationlIere nationHere
Here are the affidavits which expose exposethis exposethis exposethis
this cowardly and villainous l11alnou British Britishpolicy Drltllhpolicy Britishpolicy
policy to which our State Department DepartmentIs
Is 1f not the active ally at least a aconsenting acOllIentlng aconsenting
consenting party part and by making this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country a 1 base of supplies for the theDrltlsh theDrltlih theBritish
British is In fact aiding that mon monarchical monarchlcal manl ¬
archical power to wipe out two sister sisterrepublics Illterrepubllcl sisterrepublics
republics
A LIVING I SHIELD SHIELDState SHIELDSlate SHIELDState
State of Illinois County of Cook CookSS CookSS Cook CookSSOllie
SS SSOllle SSOllie
SSOllie
Ollle Henry Henr being first duly sworn swornon Iornon swornon
on oath deposes and says saysThat lIaYIIThat saysThat
That he is an American citizen and andthat andthat andthat
that he lived in Pretoria South Af African Afrlcan Atrican ¬
rican Republic from November 1895 1895to 1895to 1506to
to March 26 1001 and that he held heldthe he1l1the heldthe
the rank of captain In the Doer army armywith armywith armynitli
with the corps known as the Ameri American Americall Anrerlcan ¬
can Scouts ScoutsThat SCOlltsThat ScoutsThat
That he Is i acquainted with the gee geographical geegraphical geegraphical ¬
graphical and military situation In the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South African Republic the Orange OrangeFree OoiRngeFree OsnngeFreo
Free State Cape Coloney and Natal In InSouth InSouth inSouth
South Africa and that he believes the theBritish theDritlsh theBritish
British government have congregated congregatedthe
the women and children In reconcen reconcentrado reconcentrado reconcentrado ¬
trado camps to act as a living shield shieldfor bllell1for sldeldfor
for the protection of Its army armyThat armyThat armyThat
That he firmly believes that It the
70000 loved ones were removed from fromHie fromtJle fromt
Hie tJle t me British camps to neutral territory territoryra territorytre territorytire
tire ra Boers would have more heart and andcourage anllcourage andcourage
courage and would be able to tako Im Important 1mporlant miporlant ¬
porlant positions now held by and es essential eBlentlal essential ¬
sential to the British which they can cannot canIQt canrlct
not take now without killing their own ownpeople ownV9ople ownpeople
people peopleThat V9opleThat peopleThat
That he further believes that If Ifthese Itthele ifthese
these people were removed to neutral neutralterritory neutralterritory neutralterritory
territory the Boers would effectually
destroy the railroad communication communicationthereby communicationthereby communicationthereby
thereby compelling the British army arm to towithdraw towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw from Pretoria Johannes Johannesberg Johannesberg Johannesberg
berg Bloemfontein and the interior of ofSouth otSouth ofSouth
South Africa to the seaport towns townsThat townsThat townsThat
That he further believes that it is isowing IsowIng isowing
owing to these reccncentrado crimps impsthat crimpsthat rompsthat
that the Doers do not effectually do dostroy 1100troy dotroy
stroy troy the railroad communication as asby ailby asby
by doing so they would be starving starvingtheir starvingtheir starvingtheir
their own loved el families familiesDeponent tamlllesDeponent familiesDeponent
Deponent further says that he has hasseen hABleen hasseen
seen the reconcentrado camp near Pre Pretoria Pretoria Pretoria ¬
toria and that it is hard har to believe believethat believethat believethat
that the reconcentrado camps insti instituted Instltuted instftoted ¬
tuted by the Infamous Weyler In Cuba Cubawhich Cubawhich Cubawhich
which so Justly aroused the indigna indignation Indignation indignation ¬
tion of the people of this country countrycould countrycouhlin countrycould
could couhlin In any way excel the horror des destitution destltutlon destitution ¬
titution sickness and starvation exist existing ex existing lilt lilting ¬
ing in these camps where according accordingto
to recent admissions made In the theHouse theHouso thehouse
House of Parliament out of a total of
82409 people 777 died in the month monthof monthot monthof
of June JuneDepsnent JuneDtp9nent JuneDcpenent
Depsnent further says that he hemakes hemal hemakes
makes mal < el this affidavit in the hope ot otarousing atarousing ofarousing
arousing sympathy among the Ameri American Amllrloan Amercan ¬
can people peopleto to such an extent that out outot outat outof
ot their wellknown generosity end endcharity rntlcharlt andcharity
charity charlt they will be induced to raise a afund II IIfund afund
fund large enough to provide for the theremoval theremoval theremoval
removal of these persons to neutral neutralterritory neutralterrlto1 neutralterritory
territory terrlto1 thereby alleviating their theirgreat theirgreat theirgreat
great suffering sulCerln and giving the men con constituting conlltilutlng constituting ¬
stituting the armies of the respective respectivenations respectiveMtlonll respectivenations
nations a chance to fight It out among amongthcraselvM amongthemlel amongthemselves
themselves themlel as men should shouldOLIIE IhouldOLLIE shouldOLLIE
OLLIE HEXRV HEXRVSubscribed HEXRSubscrIbed xlsxaYSubscribed
Subscribed and sworn to before me mea meR mea
a R notary public in Cook County Co Ultty this this37th this37th this77th
37th day of July 1001 1001JAMES IDOlJUIEfI 1001Jtatna
JAMES II HEAID HEAIDSoal HEAtDSeal IJEALDSeal
Seal Notary Public PublicState PloIblloStftle PublicStato
State of Illinois County of Cook CookSS CookS8 CookSS
SS SSII S8H SSII
II C van Medenbach de Uooy be being beIng being ¬
ing first duly sworn on oath deposes deposesand depolesand deposesand
and says 1tI that he fought with wi th the Doer Boernrrny DoerIIrmy Doerarmy
army until recently and that he Is Isacquainted Isacquainted Isacquainted
acquainted with the geographical mid ramdmilitary midmilitary Id IdmUJtary
military situation In the South Atrl African Atrlcan Atrlcan ¬
can Republic the Orange Free State StateCape StatoI StateCape
I Cape Colony and Natal in South Africa Af Africa Atrica ¬
rica and that he believes the British Britishgovernment Britishgovernment
I government have congregated the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women and children In reconcentrado reconcentradocamps reconcentradocamps reconcentradocamps
camps to act as a living shield for the theprotection theprotection timeprotection
protection of its army armyThat armyThat armyThat
That he firmly believes that If bile
70000 loved ones were removed from fromthe fromthe fromtime
the British camps to neutral territory territorythe territorythe territorythe
the Boers would ould have more heart and andcourage anelcourage andcourage
courage and would be able to attack attackand attackRnd attackand
and take Important positions now held htidby heldby hl11by
by and essential to the British which whichthey whichthe whichthey
the they can not attack now without kill killing k1llInl killing ¬
ing their own people peopleThat peopleThat peopleThat
That he further believes that It Itthese IttheM ifthese
these people were removed to neutral neutralterritory neutralterrItory neutralterritory
territory the Boers could effectually effectuallydestroy etrectuallyl1eltroy etfectuallydestroy
destroy the railroad communications communicationsthereby communlcatlonlthereby communicationsthereby
thereby compelling the British army armyto armyto armyto
to withdraw from Pretoria Johannes Johannesburg JohannelherIC Johannesherg ¬
burg Bloemfontein and the Interior of ofSouth ofuth ofSouth
South uth Africa to the seaport lea port towns and andhe andhe andhe
he further believes that the Boers can cannut eanI cannot
I not do this now without starving their theirown theIrown theirown
own loved fnmllles fnmlllesII fKmlUeII
II C VAX MKDESBACII IXDE BC1t DE Roov RoovSubscribed nOOYSublcrlbed RooySubscribed
Subscribed and sworn to before me mea meII mea
a notary public in Cook County this this27th tl11127th this27th
27th day of July Jul 1901 1901HARRY 10011IARRY 1901HARRY
HARRY BfiusREvrrcir BfiusREvrrcirSeal DflUIICEVtTCnSeal BatisgsvrrczrSeal
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Correspondence of American Transvaal League LeagueCopy LeagueCOP7 LeagueCopy
Copy
July IS 1i1001 1i1001Honorable 1001 1001Honorable 1001Honorable
Honorable John Hay Secretary of otStata ofState ofState
State Washington D 0 0D ODeAII 0DSAa
D DeAII AB SIR The Amerlwn public publicte publicfaea
faea te 1 a deep concern for the thnsutterlnp thnsutterlnpot sufferings sufferingsof
of the wom women n and children of the theSouth theSouth thesouth
South African Afrlo n Republics who have
seen crowded crowd ell together in military militarymmps
where they th y are deprived of the thecommon
common necessities of ute Their hard hardships ¬
ships may be regarded by tho British Britishgovernment
as an unavoidable inci incident ¬
dent of the war but the reconcentra reconcentratlon
policy can be defended even from fromDritlsh
n British standpoint only on the view viewthat viewthat Iew IewUtat
that it Is necessary to keep the non noncombatants lionCOltlbatalltB noncombatants
combatants from giving aid and com comfort comtort comfort ¬
fort to the Boers who are In active activeservice acUeMervlce activeservice
service in the field The American AmericanTransvaal American1ransvnal American7ranavaal
Transvaal League has collected funds fundsto fundIto fundto
to alleviate the miseries of those who xhoare whoare whoare
are subjected to the hardships of the thewnr thewar thewar
war In South Africa without partici participating participating participating ¬
pating In It and Is prepared prol > red with the thesanction theIInction thesanction
sanction of the British government governmentto
to assist a 1 number of Hiese unfortu unfortunate unfortunate untortunnte ¬
nate people to leave the military camps campsand camp81el campsand
and establish themselves In Europe Europeand Europeand Europeand
and America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmericaThe
The League respectfully requests requestsyou requestsou requestsyou
you ou to use your om good offices to ascer ascertain nicertaln ascertaln ¬
taln from the British governmentwhether government governmentwhether governmentwhether
whether any 111I objections would bo In Interposed Interpoiell inwithdrawal ¬
terposed to the withdrawal lrawnl of n lim limited limIted llmitol ¬
ited number nUl ber of the women and chil children children cliiidren ¬
dren from these camps camr > 1I upon satisfac satisfactory 8It1sractory satlsfactory ¬
tory guarantees being given that the theperrons thel1eroonll thepersona
persona so withdrawn would be re romoved removed remoed ¬
moved Immediately from Africa He Hespectfully Hepectfully Hespectfully
spectfully yours yoursSigned yourlSigned yoursSigned
Signed SAMUEL S UIr A CALHOU CALHOUSecretary C11I0USecretal CuuovNSecretary
Secretary Secretal American Transvaal TransvaalLeague TrallsvaalJealue TransvaalLeague
League LeagueSigned JealueSlllIe1 LeagueSigned
Signed E P I DUNNE DUNNEVicePresident DUoINEVlcelrellhI8nt DUNYEVicePresident
VicePresident American TransvaalLeague Transvaal TransvaalLeagse TranvaalLtag
League Ltag e
Copy CopyDepartment COllYDepartmeut CopyIepartment
Department of State Washington WashingtonJuly WUhlngtonJuly VashingtonJuly
July 23 1301 1301Samuel 1901Samuel 1001Samuel
Samuel A Calhoun Esq Secretary SecretaryAmerican SecrotaryAmerican SecretoryAmerican
American Transvaal League 172 E EWashington EWashlnpton EWashington
Washington street Chicago Ill 111Sin IllSm IllSm
Sm I have to acknowledge the re receipt reo reocelpt receipt ¬
ceipt of your our letter of the 13th Instant Instantrequesting instantrequeltlng instantrequesting
requesting the good offices of this De Department Depltrtment Depertinent ¬
pertinent to ascertain from the Brit British DrHhh British ¬
ish government whether any objection objectionwould objeotlonwould objeionwould
would be interposed to the withdrawal withdrawalof
of a limited number of women and andchildren andchildren andchildren
children from the military camps camP In InSouth InSouth 1nSouth
South Africa upon satisfactory guar guarantees guaranteH guarantees ¬
antees being given that the persons so sowithdrawn 10withdrawn sowithdrawn
withdrawn would be removed Immedi Immediately Immedlatel imniediately ¬
ately atel from Africa AfricaIn AfricaIn AfricaIn
In reply I have to lay that a 1 copy copyof copyof copyof
of your our letter I tter has been transmitted to toAmbassador tombaltlador toAmbassador
Ambassador Choate at London L > I1don and hehas he hehag hehall
hag been Instructed to use his good goodoffiaes goodollleel goodofilees
offiaes in laying the same before the theBritish theDIltish timeBritish
British government for Us consideration considera consideration consilleratlon ¬
tion I am sir your obedient servant servantSigned servantSllned servantSigned
Signed DAVID J HILL HILLActing HILLActing IllsActing
Acting Secretary SecretaryTHE Secretar SecretarTHE SecretaryTHE
THE SPANISH CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNSome CAMPAIGNSome CAMPAIGNSome
Some Ancient History Dished Up Upby Upby Upby
by One of the Unfortunates UnfortunatesJuly UnfortunatesJuly UnfortunatesJuly
July 31 1901To 1901 IDOLTo 1901TO
To THE EDITOII op 01 THE GLOBE GLOBEDEMI GLOIIEDEU GLOHEDean
Dean Sin Seeing the article In last lastweeks Instweeks lastweeks
weeks edition regarding General Har Harries Harrles liarrise ¬
rise and his troubles In Cuba written writtenby writtenby writtenby
by one of his admirers reminds me meof meof meof
of other heroes 1 whose deeds of ofvalor atvalor ofvalor
valor 1 have up to the present time timegone timegono timegone
gone unrecognized except In one In Instance Instanct instance ¬
stance when the heros in question questionmanaged quostlonmanaged questionmanaged
managed to hypnotize the worthy ed editor edItor editor ¬
itor of the Star and exploit some of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their heroic deeds before the unsus unsuspecting unsulpectlng unsuspeeling ¬
peeling public publicThe publicTbe publicThe
The gentlemen in question are our ourpresent ourpresent ourpresent
present District surveyor Captain CaptainLooker Captl CaptainLooker ln lnLooker
Looker and his overworked brother brotherReggie urothernegle brotherReggie
Reggie whom I believe holds a po position position position ¬
sition in the niggs bank which I sin sincerely sincerely sincerely ¬
cerely hope he fills to a better advantage advan advantage al1antAge ¬
tage than that of quartermasterser quartermastersergeant quarterma quartermasteraergrant terler terlergeant ¬
geant which office he held under his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother the captain captainWhile captainWhile captainRhile
While in the different camps of this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country things went comparatively comparativelysmooth comparativelysmooth comparativelysmooth
smooth as the favoritism afterwards afterwardsshown afterwardsshown afterwardsshown
shown did not crop out until the Look Looker Looker Looker ¬
er family had gotten out from under undertue underwe undercue
cue Influence of the muchto muchtobefeared muchtobefearedHarries muchtobcfearedHarries be feared fearedBarnes
Harries But after Company H was wasdetached wasdetachll wasdetached
detached from the District of Columtin Colum ColumLla j
tin regiment anti started on its en engineering englneering eugineering ¬
gineering duties to Porto Port > HIco the van vanity vanIty vanity ¬
ity and selfesteem of the old and hon honored honored honored ¬
ored family had plenty of scope to as assert a asert assent ¬
sert Itself and It was a matter of won wonder wonder wonder ¬
der and envy to many of the boys boyswlthoHt boyswithot1t boyswithout
without a standIn why an enlisted enlistedman enllstcdman enlistedman
man could hobnob with commissioned commissionedofficers commlsslonedofficers commlssloleJofficers
officers share their comfortable state staterooms staterooms staterooms ¬
rooms put on clean shirts change changetheir changetheir changetheir
their dafcity neckties every morning morningnot morningnot morningnot
not to say IlY anything about having quan quantities quontitles quantitles ¬
titles of luggage tarried around aroun at Gov Government Government Coyerament ¬
ernment expense nut sutee subsequent Iubtouenteent subsequentevens ueat ueatevents
events transpired to make us cease to towonder toonl1 towonder
wonder onl1 r and we finally I1nal1 came to thinkthat think thinkthat th nk nktbat
that to be a captains brother was wasequal wailequal wasequal
equal to being the commanding officer oafcerof officerof omcerof
of the company At any rate after we wewere wowere wewere
were safely landed In Porto Rico the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor hardworking sergeant took up upquarters upquarters upquarters
quarters with the officers In a comfort comfortable comtortable comfortable ¬
able house eating the good things only onlysupplied onlysupplied onlysupplied
supplied to the officers table and the theboys theboYI theboys
boys that did the hard work orlt all day dayhad dayhall dayhad
had to hustle for the small amount amountthey amounttlrey amountthey
they received to eat while the man manpaid monpaid manpaid
paid by the Government to leok out outfor outfor outfor
for and provide the rations needed to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep soul and body together lay in a acomfortable acomtortable ncomfortable
comfortable hammock road novels novelssmoked noelssmoked novelssmoked
smoked good cigars and ate choice choicefruit choicetrult choicefruit
fruit provided by the natives nu tI ves for the thetails thetnlJJe thetable
tails of the commander of thc post postonly pOfltonly poetonly
only sallying forth on one occasion In Intime Intime intime
time to Jump overboard Into the bay bayand bayagl baymud
and save tho life of a poor unfortu unfortunate untortuI1Ite unfortunate ¬
nate who had fallen off the pontoon pontoonbridge pontoonbrldKe pontoonbridge
bridge into two feet of water I am amsure amsure amsure
sure It was no deeper ns they both bothwaded bolhwalled bothwadetl
waded out together and I was within withinthree withinthree withinthree
three feet of them and for which act actof actot actof
of heroism I hear his brother the cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam is going to have Congress vote votehim votehim voteilia
him a medal of honor at the next ten tension sealion ea ealion ¬
lion Shall we also give the gentleman gentlemancredit gentlemancrellit gentlemancredit
credit tor holding an Infuriated mob at atbay atbay atbay
bay single sirvilehanded handed at Yacco P I Iwhich Iwhich Iwhich
which wag reported to headquarters headquartersand
and anI Is still talked about and enlarged enlargedupon enlarg81Ul enlargedupon
upon Ul > cn by this same hero and which I Ifound Itound Ifound
found was on a par with his lifesaving lifelavingepisode lIteIavlnlCepiaode lifesavingepisode
episode and when a squad of men land landed landed landed
ed in that town an hour later In an answer AnIwer anewer ¬
ewer to a hurried call for assistance assistancewe
we could not find a man woman or orchild orchllil orchild
child cm 11 the street with a search war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant After I had talked with two ilg ilgnal signal Ig Ignal
nal men who were a half block away awayand awa awaand awayand
and had heard nothing of the mob and andcould andco1l1l1 andcould
could find no one but Reggie negJ le that thathad thatbad thatbad
bad I began to think that perhaps the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor boy was trying for another medal medaland medalanll medaland
and forthwith forgave him for tho ten tenmiles tenmllel tenmiles
miles he had made us travel In tho thodark thodark thedark
dark on a wild goose chase chaseHowever chae110wever chasehowever
However if the pontleman derives derivosany derivesany derlvosany
any great pleasure from such tales It Itl itis
11 l a shame to bring his hi many admirers admirersto
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tractors in this line before he foro buying elsewhere to got our ourprices omprices ourprices
prices Wo r 0 also carry in stock Lawn Mowers Jowolsl I Lawn LawnRollers T1l rt wn ii iiRollers I I IHollors
Rollers Garden Hose lose and Tools Photos Plows repaired and andcastings nullcastings II
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lowing advantage of the Beach as an anxcursion anexcursion i iexcursion
excursion and cottage resort Easy Easyistance Easydistance Easydistance
distance from the City CitY45 45 miles milesFine InilesFine milesFine
Fine salt water bathing healthy loca locaion location s stion
tion ion excellent shade for excursionists excursionistsood excursionistsGood excursionistsGood
Good ood fishing and crabbing High HighJevation Highelevation Highelevation
elevation of building sites Cheap Cheapates Che Cheaprates p prates
rates of fare Low prices pnces of Lots Lotsand Lotsand I Iand
and Lumber LumberSOMERSET I ISOMERSET I ISOMERSET
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is is opposite Maryland Point on th thwidest h hwidest I I Iwidest
widest stretch of the grand Potomac PotomacThe I IThe t tThe
The Company has built the finest finestwharf finestwharf finestwharf
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make make traveling nearly as cheap as remaining at homo and andtho Imltho andtime
tho cost of lit living lug is reduced ton to rt minimum Late lo Bold on oneasy 011cas oneasy
easy cas monthly monthl payments and inonoy furnished for building buildingpurposes buildinglurpolI08 e l lpnrposos
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ES E S RANDALL President PresidentCHESTER PresidentCHESTER PresidentCHESTER
CHESTER HOWE Secretary
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