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4 THE SUNDAY GLOBE WASHINGTON D DO 0 AUGUST 11 1901
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This Thlsyoor year of our Lord 1901 Is the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth ye yeer ear r of the Administration of ofWilliam ofWilHam oflVllliam
William McKinley as President of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and In this year we tee teewhat leeWhat seewhat
what was predicted four years ago agowould alav agoi
v would n Peter ver come to psss pillthe the mostgigantle most mostgigantie mOltglganUe
i gigantie strike In the history of the theUnited tbeUnited theUnited
United States There have been n strikes strikesand strikesand etrikeeand
and labor agitations many of them themunfortunately themunfortunately themunfortunately
unfortunately some leading to blood bloodshed bloodshed bloodshed ¬
shed but nothing like the one now on onIn onIn onIn
In 1806 It was wa said by the Repub Republican Republean Republean ¬
lican lean candidate for Chief Executive Executiveopen Executheopen Executiveopen
open the mills rather than thantbe the mints mintsIn mintsIn mintsIn
In 1000 the same candidate said labor labornow laborDOW labornow
now has a full dinner nail Both say sayings sayIng sayIngs ¬
ings Ing were euphonious pleasing figures figuresof tlguresof figuresof
of speech with with little meaning They Theywere Theyere Theywere
were ere catch phrases that for the mo moment moment mowent ¬
ment attracted < l attention and It can cannot cannot cannot
not be denied had their influence In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the light of the last ut three weeks how howhollow howbollow howhollow
hollow they sound toucdAll lOUD soundAll I IAll
All Intelligent persons perr > ns remember the thehysterical thollysterlcal thehysterical
hysterical exclamations of leading Re Republican Republican Republiean ¬
publican when the single standard act actand actand actand
and the Dingley bill became law laws Ac According AccordIng According ¬
cording to their belief or pretended pretendedbelief pretendet1beHet pretendedbelief
belief they the were to give stability to tofinance tolInance tofinance
finance and the latter especially e IRl1Y to toconfer toconfer toconfer
confer a lusting boon upon labor There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were to be no more disturbances and andall andall andall
all would go smoothly on The strikes strikesduring strikesduring etrikesduring
during Clevelands administration administrationwere
were hurled In the teeth of tariff for forrevenue torrevenue forrevenue
revenue Democrats and a universal universalacclaim unlverIBlacetatm universalacclaim
acclaim was sounded now that the thezenith thezenith thezenith
zenith of high protection had been beenreached beenreached beenreached
reached reachedIt
It Is true thinking men and old oldfashioned oldtalhlonetl oldfashioned
fashioned economists did not believe believeall believeall believeall
all that was claimed for the two enact enactments enactmenta enactments ¬
ments One the single standard act actwas actwu actwas
was much the best of the two but butwhat butwhat butwhat
what lasting good goo < l It might have ac accomplished acompUlhEKl acvomplished ¬
complished has been vitiated by the theoutrageoim theoutralOull theoutrageous
outrageous aet that followed It ItNow ItNow ItNow
Now notwithstanding the friendly friendlylegislation frIendlyellllaUon friendlylegislation
legislation It Is capital c pltal against labor laborand laborIInd laborand 1
and it Is proclaimed that It Is not a aquestion 8quelUon aquestion
question of wages that capital claimthe claim claimthe claImthe
the right to do with Us It I own and that thatnlonlsm thatnlonum thatmonism
monism in labor must not dictate In Inother Inother Inother
other words the men who own the fac Metoriee factories factorle ¬
tories demand the right rlghtto to employ suchlabor such suchlabor luchlabor
labor M It may choose without dicta dietslion dictation dictatlon ¬
lion from trade organization In the theabstract theabstract theabstraet
abstract this position seems tenable tenableindeed tenableIndeed tenableindeed
indeed Invulnerable Under normalconditions normal normalconditions normalcondltiolUl
conditions it would be but there is an another another another ¬
other phase ph and In stating Itatln It we are areneither areneither areneither
neither a socialist or an anarchist anarchistThat anarchlltThat anarchistThat
That other phase II that capital by itscombination its itscombination Itacombination
combination has driven labor to com combine comblne cornbine ¬
bine for Mlfprotection and even then thenlabor thenlabor thenlabor
labor gets the worst of it Capital has hascombined h hcombined hascombined
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combined cornered the worlds prod products productl prodacts ¬
acts yet denies denl labor the same urn privil privilege prlvllel8 privtlegs ¬
ege The coal barons have bought up upall upall upall
all the anthracite mines limited IImlte < l pro production proclUCtOD produotlon ¬
duction raised the price of coal din discharged dl dlebarpd dinchsrgsd ¬
charged raisers paid no more for forlabor rorlabor forlabor
labor or freight and this is called a abusiness abulD abusiness
bulD business enterprise They have raised raisedthe railedtb8 raisedthe
the price of coal 186 per ton in the thelast tbelut thelast i
last 18 months and still tIIl pay no more morefor moretor morefor I
for mining minlD it This fhl It I called astute astuteness ututen ¬
ness n and is therefore looked upon ai aimorally a amorally as asmorally
morally right LaTior J Uor In the meantime meantimeIs
Is discharged dl llred or If employed ef1t oyecJ gels lei no nopart nopart Itopart >
part of the pin If It ii morally right rightfor rightfor rightfor
for capital thus to corner a II produet produetso
so useful u lul to wan I s It any lest I a moral moralSSifc moralr
r
i l liN
iN ti SSifc
right for labor to combine for selfprotection selfpro selfprotection soltprgtctlon ¬
I tection That question has bt but bit t ono onoanswer onoanswer oneanswer
answer It IB true that the plea is ismade Ismnde ismade
made by b capital that labor If in organ organizntlon organisation
I Ilmtlon
izntlon has a perfect right to decline declineto decllnoto declineto
to work but has no right to prevent preventmen prevontmen preventmen
men not in organizations from doing doingthe doingthe doingthe
the same work Right again In the ab abstract abBtract abstract ¬
stract but there is another side to tothat tothat tothat
that Capital has no right to combine combineand combineand combineand
and crush out the work that It may be bestrong bestrong bestrong
strong and dictate the worlds prices pricesIt
It Is just as wrong morally for a Rock Rockefeller Rockefeller flockefeller
efeller to to buy up a railroad get lowfrelghls low lowfreights lowfreights
freights and freeze free e out a small inde mdependent independent Indepenitent ¬
pendent refinery refiner as It Is for a workman work workmanto workman
manto man to post himself at the door of a afactory nfactory afactory
factory and prevent a man from tak taking takIng taking ¬
ing his place when he has left It And Andit AndIt Andit
it Is Just as wrong for Plorpont Mor Morgun Morgln Margan
gun to form a steel stee trust and nd freezeout freeze freezeout treezeout
out small operators as It Is for atrades a atrades ntrades
trades union man to keep a non nonunion nonunionworkman nonunlonworkman unlon unlonworkman
workman out of Morgans factory after afterhe nCterbe afterhe
he has by b reason of wrongs quit workhimself work workhimself wOlkblmselt
himself But the crushing combination combina combination comblnatlon ¬
tion and the trades union In inch a acase acase aease
case are both wrong wrongThere wrongThere I
There are today silent mills idle idlestructures Idlestructures idlestructures
structures where busy bus wheels once onceturned onceturned onceturned
turned thriving tbrlvln communities changed changedto
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to deserted villages and labor drivenfor driven drivenfor drlenfor
for a livelihood elsewhere Why Wb call callthe callthe callthe
the man who produces the one a great greatfinancier greatfinancier greatfinancler
financier and the man who wants but butan butan
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an opportunity to tlo dp LO for himself anenemy an anenemy anenemy
enemy to society societyIII
Is there a remedy Yes and It is isnot Isnot isnot
not anarchy Two wrong dont make makea
a right but when two wrongs clash ckishand clashanll clashand
and can c can n not change the conditionswithout conditions conditionswithout conditionswithout
without help from the other Thus In Inthe InUae inthe
the present strike both capital and andlabor andlabor andlabor
labor must meet m t on a common ground groundThe grounllThe groundThe
The remedy U first for capital to pay paylabor J1IYlabor paylabor
labor its worth second to cease tocombine to tocombine tocombine
combine and destroy honest competl competltiou competltlon competition
tiou The rest will 111 be easy There will willthen willthen willthen
then be no necessity necelllt for combination combinationof
of labor beyond what Is necessary nece l ry for fornatural fornatural fornatural
natural protection protectionTUB protection1I protectionTlrl
TUB 1I TAII1KK ItltIl 1U I AXO l TIIK 111 1 Jl IINtIlel IINtIlelLAW > IOMY IOMYLAW nlH nlHIA
LAWIt LAW LAWIt IA IAt
It t IB not our disposition to be continually con continually contlnuall ¬
tinually tlnuall harping on any one subject or oralways oralways I Ialways
always to play upon a 1 single string stringNevertheless stringreertheless stringNevertheless
Nevertheless we are moved to say saysomething sayomethlng saysomething
something more about tariffs and tariff tar tariff tarlit ¬
iff reform because our contemporaries contemporarieshave contemporarieshave I
have furnished a text lately by their theirlaudations theirlaudations i ilaudatlonl
laudations of Dlngleylsm or the Dingby Ding Dingley Dingley
ley billBefore bill billBefore bll1Detore
Before commenting on the fruits of ofDlngleylsm oCDlngleylsm ofDlngleylsm
Dlngleylsm we want to call attention attentionto
to another Interviewer who has lately latelycome latolycome latelycome
come to town and who gravely asserts assertsthat nl8ertsthat assertsthat
that times are too good to talk politics politicsand politicsand politicsand
and that the talk about short crops Is Isaltogether IIaltogether Isaltogether
altogether exaggeration and droughts droughtsare
are not worth noticing It that be true truethere truethere truethere
there must be some collossal liars out outWest outWelt outWest
West and the story of the people in inone Inone inone
one of the Kansas anlal town parading thestreets the thestreets theItreets
streets in jubilee after a rain must be bea hea bea
a myth We dont know as we do not notlive 110tlive notlive
live In Kansas but if the stories of ofshort oCIhort ofshort
short crops out there are not true the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago Board of Trade on Friday FridayAugust FridayAugust rlllay rlllayAugult
August Oth did a very foolish thing In Inraising Inrailing inraising
raising the price of corn because of ofcontinued ofcontinued ofcontinued
continued bad news from the corn belt beltWe beltWe beltWe
We are not surprised at such stories storieshowerer Itorleshowefer storieshowever
however from one who has great confidence con confidence canfidence ¬
fidence In Republican business busln lS methods meth methods methods ¬
ods and who doubtless voted twlco forthe for forthe forthe
the men who praised the Sherman Shermanpurchasing Shermanpurcballng Shermanpurchasing
purchasing act after having voted forit for forit forIt
it and who criticised Democrats foropposing for foropposing foropposIng
opposing it As is s hat act did much to toprecipitate topreclplmte topreclpibate
precipitate the panic of 1803 It Is alto altogether altolether altogather ¬
gather proper for men who voted for forit torIt forit
it to throw stones at Democrats from froma
a business bUllne standpoint standpointAs
As for the Dlngley bill the question questionmight questionmight questionmight
might be asked ked with propriety proprl ty Why Whywith Whywith I
with all the gold from the varioussources various varioussources variouslOurce
sources of supply is money getting gettingcloser gettlagcloeer gettingcloser
closer In other words becoming becomingcareer becominglcarcer becomingcareer
career If It has b its built up all the theprol theprolperlly pros prosperity prosperky ¬
perky why baa there been any break breakIn breakIn breakIn
In the chain Hare good crops for forfour fortour forfour
four years put and short crops crop In Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope had nothing to do with all theprosperity the theprosperity theIlrolperlty
prosperity If continental Europe had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not needed supplies would the Dlngley Dlngleybill Dingleybill Dlngleybill
bill have compelled these peoples tobuy to tobuy tobuy
buy We need nest not answer such ques questions qUilltlonl questions ¬
tions for they are apparent yet it isprotection is isprotection IIprotection
protection argument always alwaysAs alwaYIAI alwaysA
A As for revenue without the war wartaxes wartaxel wartaxes
taxes the DIngley bill was admitted to tobe tobe tobe
be a failure It was wa In many instances instancesprohibitory Inltancelprohibitory Instancesprohibitory
prohibitory and that is monopoly and andnothing andnothlnl andnothing
nothing else With the war taxes toomuch too toomuch
much revenue Is being belnll8tbered fathered In andunless and andunless andunlelil
unless a speedy halt is I called notwith notwithstanding notwlthtandlng notwithstanding ¬
standing It is asserted with a sober sobercountenance IObercountenance
countenance by men who ought to toknow toI toknow
know better that there will be no more morefinancial moretlnanclal morefinancial
I financial plunges pha There will 1111 be a II financial fi financial flI ¬
nancial crisis come that will parallel
I 73 and 98 and may be worse than thaneither thaneither thaneither
either eitherFor eitherI eitherFor
I For a time a panic might be averted avertedby avertedI avertedby
I by the Secretary of tho Treasury loan loaning loanIn loanlog ¬
log In to pet banks but such loans loan would wouldonly wouldonly wouldonly
only be makeshifts The truth is that thatnone thatnone thatnone
none realize that fact more than the themen themen themen
men who are now praising the Ding Dingley Dlnlley Dingley
ley bill for they are calling for its itsrevision It Itsrevision I Irevilion
revision If It has ha accomplished so ROmuch somuch
much why revise It It Is because it itIs ItII itis
Is a failure that a revision Is called calledfsr eallellf calledfar
far f r To revise it is said is I to perfect perfectIt ll rfect rfectIt
It It If It has h done all that is claimed claimedfor clalmellfor claimedfor
for it is dont seed etd being perfected perfectedBut perfectedBut perfectedBut
But It 1 not a perfect Instrument else elseIt elleIt elseit
It would b be let alone aloneAnother aloneAnother aloneAnother
Another word has been brought Inte Inteplay Inteplay
play and that must be a part of the therevenue
1 revenue system tem an addenda adden a to the theDingier theI theDlngley
I Dingier bill Reciprocity editors avow avowing avo avoInr avowing ¬
ing themselves protectionists demand demanding demaneIIDg demandlag ¬
lag reciprocity as a part of protection protectionReciprocity protectionReciprocity protectionReciprocity
Reciprocity is I free trade in streaks streaksand ItreaJIand streaksand
and without It protectionists rotcUonllta by acts aeUIf utiIt actsif
If not by word admit It Their pro protection protectlon protectlon ¬
tectlon laws law without It would be failJ fail ¬
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ures By a jumble of free trade and andhigh nndhIgh andhigh
high protection the cry Is kept up that thatIt thatIt thatit
It is all protection protectionIs j jIs I IIs
Is It not a little curious that the re revision reI revision rovision ¬
I vision of the lists is now demanded by byRepublicans byRepublicans I
Republicans Democrats have ever everbeen everbeen
been opposed to protection for protecdons protec protections protectlonu ¬ I
dons sake and following their tradl traditions tradltlons tradltions ¬
tions believe in a revenue tariff and an i ifor
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for revenue only Just now however howeverthey howeverthey I
they are saying nothing doing nothing nothingfor nothingtor nothingfor
for they can accomplish nothing Re Republican Republlcnn Republican ¬
publican and independent papers are areagitating nroagitating areagitating
agitating the question and the Republi Republican Republlcan Republican ¬
can State convention of Iowa demands demandstariff demandstnrlft demandstariff
tariff reform It is true it also stated statedRepublicans statedRepu statedRepublicans
Republicans Repu bllcnns in Iowa were protection protectionists lrotectlontts protectionfists ¬
fists Call themselves what names they theywill theywill theywill
will they as well as others recognize recognizethe recognizetho recognizethe
the fact that something in the way of ofreform oCreror1l1 ofreform
reform must come All Democrats wish wishfor wishtor wishfor
for is tariff reform as long as revenue revenueIs
Is needed Republicans by adopting adoptingreciprocity adoptingreciprocity adoptingreciprocity
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reciprocity as one of their cardinal cardinalprinciples cnrdlnalprinciples cardinalprinciples
principles and demanding revision of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the present tariff laws that are stir stirring stl stlI stlrIng stirring ¬
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ring up industrial strifes and making makinghuge makinghllge makinghuge
huge trusts not only profitable but butbringing butI butbringing butbringing
bringing them into actual existence existenceand existenceand existenceand
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and placing themselves on Democratic Democraticground DemocraticI Democraticground Democraticground
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ground and ere long the people will be bomade beI bemade
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made aware of It In the Interim per perhaps perI perhags ¬
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haps It would be as well ell for the men menwho menI menwho
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who sneer at free trade to give some sometime someI sometime
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time to study of economics and see If Ifafter ICafter ifafter
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after all they are not gradually ap approaching appreaching ¬
t preaching it by demanding reciprocityThey reciprocity reciprocityThey reciprocityI reciprocitylhey
They had better beware however for forthere torI forthere
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there are pitfalls In the way Reclpro Reciprocity ReclproI ¬
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city with one territory of the United UnitedStates UnitedI UnitedStates
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States and protection with another anothermight anothermight anothermight
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might be productive of serious results resultsand resultland resultsand
and lead to oppression It Is not now nowhowever nowI
however our Intention to discuss that thatphase UlatI thatphase
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phase of the subject Some other time timethe timeI timethe
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the taxation of the territories may re receive reo reoI receive ¬
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ceive attention We have simply want wanted wanted wanted ¬
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ed to show that perhaps rhaps at this time all allthat allthat
I that Is claimed for protection this talk talkabout talkabout talkabout
about the beneficence of the high tax taxation taxaUon taxation ¬
ation theories may after all be moon moonshine tnoonshine Inoonshine ¬
shine
Fur TlI r OHIO SITUATION SlrUTltlXF01 SITUATIONFor IrlLlINFor
For an Independent newspaper the theesteemed theolteemed theesteemed
esteemed Post appears to regard the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation In Ohio from a partisan point pointof pointoC pointof
of view and the partisanship is of a alurid alurid alurid
lurid Republican hue at that thatThe thatThe thatThe
The Post charmingly Ignores the Re Republican RepUblican Republican ¬
publican factional fights In that State Stateand StateRnll Stateand
and has its ear to the ground for Democratic Dem Democratic Democratlc ¬
ocratic disturbances only onlyWill onlyWill onlyIII
Will III our esteemed contemporary per permit permlt permit ¬
mit us to enlighten It on the Republl Republican Republlcan Republlcan ¬
can rumblings of an Impending earth earthquake earthquake enrthquake ¬
quake In n that State We shall pro proceed proceed proGeed ¬
ceed to do so as n matter of conscien conscientious consclentlous conscientious ¬
tious duty to a benighted mndepenileat independ independent Independent ¬
ent newspaper newspaperIn
In the first place The Globe has but butrecently butrecently butrecently
recently digested a long letter from a aprominent apromInent aprominent
prominent Republican who has the thoconfidence theconfillence theconfidence
confidence of exGovernor Bushnell Bushnelland Dushnelland Bushnelland
and this letter conveys the information informationthat Informationthat Informationthat
that the Bushnell faction has knives knivesall knivesall knivesall
all ready ground to cut into shoe shoestrings shoestrings shoestrings ¬
strings little Geo K 1 Nash the guber gubernatorial gubernatorlAI gubernatorial ¬
natorial Republican candidate for re reelection reo reoelection reelection ¬
election Nash has been offensively offensivelyhostile offensivelyhostile offensivelyhostile
hostile before and during his term as asgovernor asgovernor asgovernor
governor to exGovernor ex Governor Bushnell per personally personally personally ¬
sonally and he has taken ta < en the exquisite exquisitedelight oxqulsltedelight exquisitedelight
delight of a small creature In remov removing removIng removing ¬
ing from office every Bushnell man he hecould hecould liecould
could find findThe findThe findThe
The Bushnoll faction socalled rep represent replesent represent ¬
resent the best element of the Repub Republican RepubIIcan Republican ¬
lican party of the State StateIts Its solid men menof menot menof
of business manufacturers etc There Therenever Therenever Therenever
never sat In the States gubernatrlol gubernatrlolchair gubernatrlolchair gubernatrlolchair
chair a more popular chief executive executivethan executivethAIt executivethan
than Hon A S Bushnell of Spring Springfield Springfield Springfield ¬
field and he still maintains his pop popularity popularlty popularity ¬
ularity throughout the State His Hisfriends 11I1trlends Illsfriends
friends resent the snubbing and insults insultshe Insultshe insultshe
he has received at the hands of tho thosneaky thoIneaky thesneaky
sneaky little politician new waddling waddlingaround waddlingaround waddlingaround
around In the chair Asa A a S Bushnell Bushnellfilled Dushnellfilled Bushnellfilled
filled with dignity and honor as may maybe maylie maybe
be Inferred from this extract of a prl private prlvate prlvats ¬
vate letter to the writer from the prom prominent promInent promInept ¬
inent Republican referred to toNash toIRlh toNash
Nash will find out in November Novemberwhether Novemberwhether oemberwhether
whether we remember his record and andhave alillhave andhave
have manhood enough left to resent resenthis resenthi resenthis
his hi Insults Let me tell you that not
1000 nor 10000 but 50000 better Re Republicans Republican Republicans ¬
publicans than him or his master Han Hanna JIannA hanna
na will remember them at tho polls pollsThey pollsThey pollsThey
They may think that because Forakers Fornkersseet ForakersleRt Forakersseat
seat In tho Senate Is at stake that we wewill wewill wewill
will put up our knives knh es but I can tell tellyou tellou tellyou
you ou candidly and in confidence cont1lence that thatwhile thAtwhile thatwhile
while Foraker may sell himself hlml lt out to tothe tothe tothe
the big boss lIol he can not deliver Bush Bushnell DUlhnell Bushnell
nell nor the Buslinell men of the theState theState theState
State StateHow StateJIow StateHow
How Is this Mr 1 Post If you doubt doubtthe doubtthe doubtthe
the genulness genuine of the extract we will let litthe letthe letthe
the editor of the Post read the letter letterIn letterIn letterin
In full In strict confidence of course courseand courHand courseand
and the signature at the bottom will willbe willbe
be Its own guarantee of the prominence prominenceof
of the Ohio Republican who penned l nned It ItThen ItThen itThen
Then again ex exSecretary Secretary and ox exGovernor oxGovernor oxGovernor
Governor Foster has many thousands thousandsof
of warm partisans in Ohio who indig indignantly In indignantly ll llnaDUy ¬
nantly resent his shameful treatment treatmentat
at the Republican State convention by byCorruptlonlst byCorruptlonllt byCorruptionlst
Corruptlonlst Hanna and his gang of ofstrikers ofstrikers I IItrlkers
strikers Governor Foster found the theRepublican theRepublican I IRepublican
Republican party of the State In a de decided decided ¬ I Iclded
cided minority and by his splendid splendidtactics splendidtactic I ItaCtlCI
tactics magnetic personality and thor thorough thoroOUllh thorough ¬
ough political organization brought broughtvictory broulhtvIctory broughtvictory
victory out ef defeat and ruled the theState theState theState
State for four years until the rising risingHanna rilln rillnIIaDna risingIlanna
Hanna guerrillas again disrupted it itarJ 1tflJ itarJ
arJ flJ made victory possible for the eccentric ec eccentric eecentric ¬
centric George Hoadley HoadleyThe HoadleyThe HoadleyThe
The Foster men and the Dushnell Dushnellmen Bushnellmen uhnellmen
men have b been en read out of participa participation partlclpatlon partloipatlel ¬
tion In Stats or even national affairsinsofar affairs affairsInsofar affalrInlorar
Insofar as any recognition is extended extendedthem extendedthem
them In the rewards scattered around aroundby arounllIJ aroundby
I
by IJ Hanna and his hI gang These now nowsilent nowlIent nowsilent
silent but determined elements will willgive willlive willgive
I
give Voraker oralt r and Hanna and Nash
j
their Waterloo In November next and andwe nndwe andwe
we Invite the editor of the Post to put putthe putthe putthe
the stick pin of its society editress edltre e In Inthe Inthe inthe
the prediction predictiongtHlAlt predictionKUlAll predictionSUOAIt
gtHlAlt MONOPOLY MONOLOLYThe MONOPOLYThe lOOlOLYTho
The Sugar Trust has never paid a aponny nponny apoany
ponny of taxes to the city of Chicago ChicagoThe ChicagoTbe ChicagoThe
The Cook County tax board has come cometo cometo cometo
to tne conclusion that It was about abouttime abouttlIlle abouttime
time for a corporation so enormously enormouslywealthy en enormouslywealthy rmously
wealthy and enjoying so many special specialprivileges specialprivileges peclal111lvlloges
privileges to pay its just and equitable equitableportion equitaleportion equitableportion
portion to support the Government by byvirtue byIrtuo byvirtue
virtue Irtuo of which it enjoyed these things thingsWith thlngeWith thingsWith
With the view of ascertaining the ac actual nctunl actual ¬
tual value of the trusts property in inthe Inthe inthe
the city W A A Havenger was summon summoned summoned summoneru ¬
eru ed before the tax board to tell what whathe whathe whatlie
he knew on the subject After consid considerable cOl1sld cOl1sldcrable considerable ¬
erable prodding and probing by the thepresident theIlresident thepresident
president of the board and consider considerable consillerable considerable ¬
able equivocating and prevaricating by byMr byIr byMr
Mr Ir Havomoyer lift th latter was finally finallycompelled finallycompelled finallycompelled
compelled to to admit lImit that the trusts trustsproperty trustsproporty trustsproperty
property was worth about 5000000 5000000What 6000000What 5000000What
What do you think you ought to be beassessed bealls8sed beassessed
assessed at Inquired the president presidentI
I do not sfo S why we should be as assessed assessed assensed ¬
sessed at all was the prompt and andnervy and1I0rvy andnervy
nervy reply replyThat r replyThat ply plyThat
That will do said the president as ashe ashe aslie
he dipped his pen In Ink Inl < and wrote wrotedown wrotedown wrotedown
down an assessment of 50000 And Andnow And1I0W Andnow
now this trust taxdodger tax dodger proposes to toInvoke toInvolte toInvolto
Invoke protection under the Interstate Interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce interstatecommerce
commerce law lawThese la laThese lawThese
These taxdodgers tax dotlgers are unconsciously unconsciouslybut
but surely digging dlgl lng a deep grave for forthemselves torthemselves forthemselves
themselves The question of taxation taxationwill taxationwill
will 1 soon be an Issue in politics politic When Whenit WhenIt Whenit
it ip I II Mr lr Havemeyer lavemeyer Mark Hanna and andother andother
other ollor taxdodgers taxlo gerll will find themselves themselvesbereft themselvesbereft
bereft bref of the monopolies monopoles and special specialprivileges specialprlvle specialprivileges
privileges prlvle they have so long enjoyed enjoyedFor enjoyeFor enjoyedFor
For every social wrong there will be befound befound befound
found a remedy In an equitable euiable sys system system systern ¬
tem of taxation The system of taxa taxation taxation ¬
tion Is In fact as Important as the theamount theamount
amount alount As a I small Imal load lod badly adjust adjusted ndjustell adjusted ¬
ed may seriously Impede Imp de the travel of ofn oCn ofa
n horse that could carry carr a much larger largerload largerload largerload
load with wih ease If properly adjusted so soa soa soa
a people may be Impoverished and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their power of producing wealth wealh se seriously serlousy seriously ¬
riously crippled by taxation taxaton which whichlevied whichlevied
levied levlt In another way would be borne bornewith bornewih bornewith
with wih ease The people wllllearn wllear that thattaxes thattoelll thattaxes
taxes toelll on mopolles do not bear on pro production producton produetion ¬
duction ducton for the profit of monopoly is isIn Isin
In Itself ltel n tax levied on production productionana producton productionand
and to tax it i Is simply to divert Into Intothe intothe
the public publc Gaffers ofers what production productionmust producton productonmUlt productionmust
must In 11 any event pay payWhom payI payWhom
I Whom the Gods would destroy they theyfirst theyfirst theyfirst
first make mad madThe madThe madThe
The Hannas 1anna8 and Havemeyers are arehastening nrehastening arehastening
hastening the day tay of labors emancipation emancipa emancipation emanclpaton ¬
tion ton Tom L Johnsons crusade against againsttaxdodgers ngnlnsttaxlotgers againsttaxdodgers
taxdodgers taxlotgers is making a deeper impres impression Impressian impression ¬
sion on the public publc mind than the plu plutocratic plutocrtc putocratic ¬
tocratic tocrtc press pres would have the people peoplebelieve peoplebeleve peoplebelieve
believe beleve As mayor of Cleveland he has hasset hasIt hasset
set It the pace for the mayors of all allcities al allcities
cities clte who hope to maintain the con confidence canfillence confidence ¬
fidence of the people Even In Philadel Philadelphia Phlndel Phlndelphla Philadelphia ¬
phia a I city ciy where under Republican Republicanrule Republicanrule Republicanrule
rule civic degradation degradaton has reached the thelowest thelowest thelowest
lowest depths there Is hope hopeEVANSS hopegV hopeiwtNSn
EVANSS gV SS KrOTISJI NElOTIsiWithin KrOTISJIWithin aOTlS aOTlSWithin
Within three months Commissioner CommissionerEvans Commlsloner CommlslonerEvtns CommissionerEvans
Evans Evtns has reduced the salaries slaries of three threeold threeold threeold
old soldiers sollers Dr Crozier was a sur surgeon surgeon surgeon ¬
geon In an Illinois 11nols regiment was rediced re reduced re ¬
duced from 1400 400 to 000 Anderson AndersonGill AndersonGi AndersonGill
Gill Gi from 1400 to 1000 and Charles CharlesBenjamin ChnresDenjamln CharlesBenjamin
Benjamin from 1800 to 1600 600 The Thelatter Thelater Thelatter
latter later Is conceded to be one of the best bestreviewers bestreviewers bestreviewers
reviewers on the board boardWhile boardWhie boardWhile
While Whie trampling trmplng on the rights of the thenations thenatons thenations
nations natons defenders doton ers he has not neglect neglected neglectell neglected ¬
ed to take care of the interests of his hisrelatives hisletves hisrelatives
relatives letves His Ils nephew Seward L LTerry LTerry LTerry
Terry entered the Pension Office April Apri
13 1807 and In less than a month monthV monthNay monthNay
V Nay y 11 1 1897 187 he was promoted to
2000 His Hs niece Nellie Ne1e G Terry en entered enI entered
I tered the office ofco December tecember 17 1900 and andwas andwas andwas
was promoted promote to 1600 February 14 1
1900 less lel than two months There are arehundreds nrehundrels arehundreds
hundreds of men who have worked workedfaithfully workedtalthtully workedfaithfully
faithfully and waited patiently patently for foryears forerl foryears
years erl for much less than these rela relatives rea reatV81 relatires ¬
tires tV81 obtained In a I couple of months monthsWould monthsliould I IWould
Would an honest man a faithful and andconscientious andconlcentous andconscientious
conscientious conlcentous public servant abuse a apublic apublc apublic
public publc trust in this manner Is this thisenforcing thisentorclng thisenforcing
enforcing the tle civil civi service law Is this thistho thisthe thisthe
the merit system IYltel the Republican party partyboasts partybOlts partyboasts
boasts of maintaining maintainingIn malntalllng malntalllngIn
In less els than a month montl after ater entering enteringthe enterIngthe enteringthe
the office without wi bout a particle partcle of knowl knowledge Imowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the duties dutes he was called calelt upon uponto uponto uponto
to perform lertorm the nephew was promoted promotedto
to the position poiton of principal examiner examinerand examinerAll examinernail
and All detailed detaied to his uncles room where whereh wherehe wherehe
h he could play the gentleman gentlemanThe gentemAn gentemAnThe gentlemanThe
The niece Inside Inlle of two months was wasgiven wasliven wasgiven
given the highest salary paid to any anyfemale AnyremAle anyfemale
female clerk In the Bureau BureauAN Dureu Dureul Bureauax
AN IMA1IOUS l iM lA lOUS lUS lUSThe LAW IAVThe LAWThe
The Landlord and RII Tenant law of ofWashington oCWuhlnlton ofWashington
Washington Is I an outrage on a civil civilized cvi civilised ¬
ized Ie community This Is the only city cityin ciy cityin
in the habitable globe g01 that has a a law lawoperating lawopratng lawoperating
opratng operating wholly in 11 favor of the land landlord landlord landlord ¬
lord class ca and offering oferIng no protection protectionta
ta the tenant Justices of the Peace Peacehare Peacehae Peacehave
hare gotten goten rich In Washington Walhlnlton admin administering admlnIiterlnl administering ¬
istering this landlord law for and aUI In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the sole le Interests Interlt of the landlords At Atan Atan Atan
an honest estimate eltmate 00 per cent of the thepopulation thepopulaton thepopulation
population populaton of Washington are tenants tenantsand tenantsand tenantsand
and but 10 per cent landlords yet et this thislair thllla thislair
lair la In Its Is enforcement not only con conserves conler conserves ¬
serves ler the tie interests of the 10 per cent centexclusively centexcullely centexclusively
exclusively excullely but oppresses opprelel and works worksft worls worlsa
a gross Injustice InJuBtce on the masses mall of the thepeople thepeole thepeople
people and al ai a stated Itat Washington is isthe IItle Isthe
the tle only city in the world worll having and andenforcing andentorclnlucli andenforcing
enforcing entorclnlucli such a vicious class cul law lawSo lawSo lawSo
So outrageously outrageully unjust and an oppres oppressive oppra oppressirs ¬
sirs Iv was this Landlord and Tenant Act Actfound Actounll Actfound
found at the outset outet that the Depart Department Departmint Departmeat ¬
mint of Justice Intce was wal compelled coml1eled by the theclamor theolamor theclamor
clamor raised rAl o to Investigate Inellgnte Its It opera opgradons operations op ra ralon ¬
dons lon A series orle of questions qUOtons Were ere draft drafted drntted drafted ¬
ed and tent nt to each magistrate magltrnte In tho
District DstrIct for replies reples The questions questons and andanswers nndanswors andanswers
answers are now In the archives of the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department and sleeping quietly quiety the thelandlord ho holandlord Q Qlandlord
landlord Influence Inlueno being paramount paramountand parnmountand paramountand
and able to choke even tho blind blnd god goddess godllesl goddese ¬
dess llesl in her own temple templetThe templeThe templeThe
The recent case of ejectment ejecment in this thiscity thisclt1 thiscity
city of a refined and distinguished dlsth gulshed lady ladyhas ladyhns ladyhas
has again called cnled public publc attention attenton to tothis tothis tothis
this vicious law and public publc opinion is isbeing Isbeing isbeing
being aroused by the atrocious and andbarbarous andbarbarous andbarbarous
barbarous enforcement of Its Is infamous infamousprovisions Intnmousprovisions infamousprovisions
provisions The tenant has no rights rightsthat rightsthat rightsthat
that a 1 landlords agent Is bound to le legally IegaIy hegaily ¬
gaily gaIy respect The landlord does not noteven noteven noteven
even have to appear as principal In Inthe Inthe inthe
the case The cloud of agents honey honeycombing honeycombing honeycombing ¬
combing the city ciy and accumulating accumulatingriches accumulatng accumulatngriches accumulatingriches
riches with wih their favorite tavorle magistrate magistratefriends maglstrntetrlenls magistratefriends
friends do the whole business for the thehapless tbehapless thehapless
hapless tenant In all al the other cities citiesof ctes ctesoC citiesof
of the earth tho usual notice and 30days 30 30days 30days
notce
days are compulsory requirements be before betore before ¬
fore the tenant can bo dispossessed Ilspossessed and andthe andthe andthe
the landlord must make malt the affidavit affidavitIn nffidavl
In this city the agent can telephone telephonefrom telephonetlom telephonefrom
from his luxuriously lu urlously furnished office officeto officeto officeto
to his favorite tworle magistrate magi strta and the trick trickIs trlo trloIs trickis
Is turned tuncd in 11 < n seven ovel days dals without annoy annoyance n annoyance no noance ¬
ance to tho owner or landlord Tho Thocosts Thocosts Thecosts
costs are ale saddled on the tenant and out cuthe outhe outhe
he goes neck < and nl1 crop crp or pay up costs costsand costsand costsand
and all Rent In advance Is the Inva Invariable Invarlabc lavarinble ¬
riable and unvarying rule In Washington Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton and the conditions conditons of lease and oc occupancy occUllancy occupancy ¬
cupancy are e such that the unfortunate unfortunatetenant unfortunatotenant unfortunatetenant
tenant never knows cows when the tlQ agents agentsmagistrate ngentsmaglstrnte agentsmagistrate
magistrate swoops down on him Will Willthe Wi Willthe
the Department of Justice kindly look lookup lool lookup
up Its Is Investigation Investigaton and give the sore sorely soreIy sorely ¬
ly oppressed tenant the benefit of Its Itslabors Is Islabors itslabors
labors And will wi It I not recommend recommendsome recommepdsome recommendsome
some relief relet from the landlord sharks sharkstheir sharkstpelr sharkstjieir
their swordfish agents and pikehunt pikehunting plkehuntIng pikehunting ¬
ing or voracious voracloul tenanteating tenantentng magis magistrates magistrate magistrates ¬
trates tratesThe trate trateThe tratesThe
The death leath of the Dowager Empress EmpressTimes Empressof
of Germany was 1 a Godend Godpend to the theTimes theTimes
Times It had tad run out of eulogy eulogysympathy eulogysympathy eulogysympathy
sympathy and tears tor for Mrs Wet Wettin Vet Vettin
tin Empress of India and Queen of ofGreat ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain Drlaln and andno no not Ireland IrelandThe IrelandThe IrelandThe
The Irish Illsh havent recognized recognied the legit legltimacy legitimacy legi ¬
imacy of a king or queen of England Englandsince Englandsince Englandsince
since Shnmus ran away at the Battle Battleof Dtte Dtteot Battleof
of the tle Boyne and loft tho Irish to fight fightwithout fightwihout fightwithout
without wihout a king against Schomburg Do DoGunkel DeGunkel DoGunkel
Gunkel and tho Prince of Orange OrangeWhen OrangeWhen OrangeWhen
When Shamus arrived at Dublin DublinCastle Dubln DublnCaste DublinCastle
Castle Caste he breathlessly Informed a pa patriotic pntrlotic patrlotic ¬
trlotic Irish countess that his Irish Irishhad lrlsbhad Irishhad
had run rUI away to which she serene serenetlcally sarcastically srcas srcastcnly ¬
tically tcnly replied revlcd I congratulate your yourmajesty yourmajesty yourmajesty
majesty in having beaten them in the therace thorace therace
race The Irish meanwhile meanwhie were worefighting werefighting werelighting
fighting against odds and Sarsflelds Sarsfleldshorse Sarsfieldshorse Sarsfleldshorse
horse covering itself Iself wh glory hav having havIng having ¬
ing slain Schomburg and cut to pieces piecesWilliams piecesWllams piecesWilliams
Williams Wllams crock crc regiments rcglment of Infantry InfantryThe InfantryThe infantryThe
The Irish Orangemen Orngemen who celebrate celebratethis celobratethll celebratethis
this victory annually nnnualy remind us of ofSampsons ofSam ofSampsons
Sampsons Sam sons victory at Santiago Santago Schley Schleywon Schleywon Schleywon
won the battle and Sampson assumes assumesthe assumesthe assumesthe
the credit The Dutch and English Englishcombined Englsh EnglshcombIned Englishcombined
combined at the Boyne defeated de tented the theIrish theIrih theIrish
Irish Irih and English Englsh who followed folowed tho thostandard thostanlnrd thestanfartl
standard of James Stunrt The Orange Orangemen Ornngemen Orangemen ¬
men or the few Irish who supportedthe supported supportedthe suppored supporedthe
the Prince of Orange wouldnt make makea mate matea
a skirmish line lne for a regiment of Dis District DlStrlct Distrlct ¬
trlct militia mita and as n mater maer of fact factwhat fat fatwl1 factwhat
what wl1 few of them participated partcipated In the thebattle thebtte thebattle
battle btte were put to rout or cut to pieces piecesby plccesby piecesby
by the cavalry of Lord Lucan It Is Isfrom Istrom isfrom
from this battle and the victorious victoriousPrince victoriousPrince victoriousPrince
Prince William Wiiam of Orange the Irish IrishOrangemen IrishOrangemen IrishOrangomen
Orangemen take tke their name of ofOrangemen ofOrngemen ofOrangemen
Orangemen OrangemenThe Orngemen
The Washington baseball basebal aggregation aggrega aggregation ¬
tion ton reminds us of the club we financed financedIn
In Ohio In the American Association AssociationIt ASSOCIatOn ASSOCIatOnI
It I rondo nn 11 heroic struggle for the tail tailend tnl tailend
end and was beaten beiten out by one game gamewon gamewon gamewon
won in the ninth Inning through the theshort theShOl theshort
short ShOl stop on the other side II de falling fallingsuddenly taing taingsUddenly fallingsuddenly
suddenly In a fit and ani letting lettng a ground grounder ¬
er to centerfleld centerlell bring In the winning winningrun wlnnlugrun
run We wore so disgusted digusted at missingtall missing missingtail
tail 111 end 0111 that we Hold out to a 1 brewer brewerand brewerand brewerand I Ito
and a a Jew department store proprietor proprietorto
to whom we turned over as a fine an ag aggregation agogregato aggregation ¬
gregation gregato of Ice wagons Charlie Charliehoi Charlielore Charliehorse
horse hoi lore > e < mid Ild stills sUIi its lS Manning ranllug now has hason hason hason
on his Ils payrollAmoltg payroll payrollA pay rol rolm01Ig
A Amoltg moli m01Ig g the bench warrents issued issuedThursday IssuedThnrsdAY issuedThuratlay
Thursday last charging dairymen with withselling wlb wlbsemng withselling
selling Impure milk mik was one for Sam Samuel Sam Samtlel ¬
uel E Thornton Thorton proprietor of a dairy dairyThis dairyThil dairyThis II
This Thil gentleman genteman holds hol e down a nice soft softberth softberth I Iberth
berth in the Agricultural Department DepartmentSecretary DepartmentSecretary I
Secretary Wilsons Wlsons attention attenton or the thoCubs theCubs
Cubs Is called cnled to Mr Thornton with withthe wih wihtho withthe I
the request that they admonish him to tosell i isell I Isell j
sell pure milk ml < at least even if the theAgricultural theAgricultural i iAgriculural i
Agricultural Agriculural Deportment cant get getalong getalong I Ialong
along without him There Is no old oldsoldier oldsoldier oldsoldier
soldier could coull fill fil Mr lr Thorntons Job JobTho jobThe jobThe
The courts are now or will be soon soonon soonon soonon
on trial tral in the mater of the steel trust truststrike truststrike
strike against organized labor The Thelaw Tholaw Thelaw I
law Is plain against trusts They are areillegal areillegal
I
illegal le11 combinations comblntonll This being so sowhat sowhat I
what U S judge trill I have the gall gnl to topunish topunllh topunish
punish with Injunction Injuncton or contomnt contom contemtnt t tthe i ithe I Ithe I I
the member of a legally logaly recognized recognizedtrades j I
trades trAlI8 union from Interfering with anillegally an anIllegally I Ilealy
Illegally lealy organized trust Wo vo pause pauseto pauseto
to watch proceedings proceedingsHon
i I IHon iHan
Hon John R McLean has done more moreto i ito Ito
to keep the Ohio Democracy Democrcy In fight fightIng figbtIng lightIng
Ing trim tim than any other Democrat In Inthe Inthe inthe
the State Where are the Thurmans Thurmansthe Thurmansthe Thurmansthe
the Aliens Alens the Bishops DlhoPI the Hoadleys Hoadleysthe i ithe I Ithe
the Campbell C mpbell McLean has seen them themall themal themall
all al come serve Irve and depart Iop rt either to tobill tobil toblurs
bill bil blurs In the other world or silence sience and andInactivity andInActivity andinactivity
Inactivity In this He 10 however has hasalways ha hasalways
always kept the flag far flying and Is s still stillon sti stillon I Ion
on deck decka a fighter fgh fghlrnrWe Jr JrWe j jWe
We are conscloiw conlclo of the tie lack lao of dig dignlty dignity I Inlty
nlty In editorials which run the gamut gamutof gamutof gamutof
of sellW sel salllug ug swill Iwl milk ml to tho Battle Bate of oftho ofthe Ofthe
the Boyne but brethren wo have no notime notlmf notime
time tlmf to write rite editorials ediorlall Too many manythlevo mlnrl manythieves
thieves thlovO and schemes Irheme to show up
GLOBULESWhen GLOBULES GLOBULESWhen GLBUES GLBUESWhen
When a Democratic mayor layor like lke Tom TomL TomL TomL
L Johnson essays esslYs to enforce the law lawequally lawcunly lawequally
equally cunly and nne eompel corporations to topay topay topay
pay their just and anl equitable share for forsupport forsupport forsupport
support of tho municipality munlclpnly a Republi Republican Republ Republlcan ¬
can bois like Mark Hanna 1nnnn finds fnds a acounty ncounty acounty
county judge jull e who grants an nnlnjuncton nnlnjunctontorblldlng Injunction Injunctionforbidding injunctionforbidding
forbidding torblldlng the mayor to compel corpo corporations corporations corporations ¬
rations In which Mark is Interested to topay topay topay
pay their honest taxes Mark Is II a aI averitable
I veritable vOllable dog In the monger Jnnger he will willnot wi willnot
not be honest himself nor permit others othersIf
If he can prevent It ItThere I IThera itThere
There is but one way to abolish nbolsh nbolsha abolisha
a wrong wronganti Yonganu anu that Is to remove the thecause thecause thecause
cause causeA causeA causeA
A strike Is a battle In tho dark darkagainst darkagnlnst darkagainst
against wrongs which the ptrikers ptrikerskeenly strikers strikerskeenly trlkerseenly
keenly < eenly feel but are nle Ignorant of the theIn thecause tinecause
cause causeIn causeIn
In a country whore political poltcal power powerIs powerIs poweris
Is wholly wholy In the hands of tho people peoplea
a strike strlte Is a striking strldng evidence of tbelr tbelreconomic tlelr tlelrcconomlc tbeireconomic
economic ignorance ignoranceHigh IgnoranceHgh ignoranceHigh
High Hgh wages are le a stimulant stmulant to labor laborThe InborThe laborThe
The beetle beete has his crown of gold goldThe goldThe goldThe
The firefly Irefiy has his flame flameTho Inme InmeThe flameThe
The bedbug hath no crown or flame flameBnt fin1l1eUnt flameBat
Bat gets there just the same sameThe sameThe ameThe
The sailor snllol whistles for the wind windThe windThe windThe
The farmer prays for rain rainThe rainrhe rainThe
The trusts pray not or whistle not notBut notDut notBut
But they get there just the same sameTho sameThe sameThe
The sugar planters In Hawaii HawaI have havehad havehall havetad
had some saro labor difficulties difficulies for the last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year or two but we are now assured assuredthat nssuredthat assuredlint
that lint the difficulties will wi soon bo over overcome overcome overcome ¬
come as several thousand Japanese are areto areto areto
to be Imported It I Is evident that thatcheap thatcheap thatclump
cheap labor follows folows tho lie flag lag as fast as astho nsthe asthe
the constitution consttuton But It is up to tho thofriends thotrlcnlls thefriends
friends of the administration that pre pretend pretend pretend ¬
tend to maintain high wtgos Wiges and pro protect protQct protest ¬
test our workingmen wor < ngmen from competition competitionwith competton compettonwih competitionwith
with wih the pauper labor of Europe to toexplain toexpluln toexplain
explain Its course cours In bringing Into our ournew ournew ournew
new possessions possssions cheap Asiatic labor to todisplace todisplace todisplace
displace American J labor laborHad labolHad laborhad
Had the War Department prosecuted prosecutedthe 11oscuted 11oscutedtke
the perpetrators of the Cuban postal postalfrauds postaltrauds postalfrauds
frauds with half the zeal that the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartmont NavyDepartment
Department has persecuted Schley
Neely and Rathbone would be now pay
Ing the penalty penaly for their thievery In a aCuban nOlln aCuban
Cuban Olln prison prisonThe pllson pllsonThe prisonThe
The Republican Republcan party promises promlso the theFilipinos thoFipinos theFilipinos
Filipinos Fipinos good government as soon as asthey asthe asthey
they the submit to Mark Hannas Iannas author authority nuthorIty authority ¬
ity If the 00 G 0 P 1 has a supply of good goodgovernment goodgovernmont goodgovernment
government on hand why not furnish furnishthe furnIshthe furnishthe
the Republican Republcan city of Philadelphia Philadelphiawith Phiadelphia Phiadelphiawith Philadelphiawith
with one It I would be difficult to con conceive cancel concelve ¬
ceive cel ve of anything anytllng worse than that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which she Is struggling under now nowthe nowthe nowthe
the result of forty years of Republlcan Republl Republican Republlcan ¬
can rule ruleEvery ruleEvery ruleEvery
Every male citizen over 21 years of ofago ofage ofage
age should settle sctto the following folowing ques questions questons questions ¬
tions tons to his own satisfaction satisfacton Are Areprotective Areprotectye Areprotective
protective protectye tariffs tarls helpful to those who whoget whoget whoget
get their living by i elr labor labr And AndIf AndIr And1f
If so in what way wayTo wayTo wayTo
To refute the charge that republics republicsare ropublcs ropublcsare
are ungrateful It Is suggested that thatJoslah thntJosiah thatJosiah
Josiah Shaw chief of Section Secton D Midrile Mid Middle MidIle ¬
rile Ile Division Dvision and his monthly report reportbo reportbo reportbe
bo sent snt on a tour to around the lie worn his hisexpenses hisexponses hisexpenses
expenses to be defrayed out of the lie 5
000000 Evans returned to the Trcas Trcasurq Troas Treasurq
urq urqHow
How astonished Iltonlshed the effete monarchies monarchiesof
of the Old World will bo when they theysee theysee theysee
see what this young republic republc pays
1150 150 per month for forThere forThore forThere
There Is nothing more humiliating humiliatingto humiatng
to our national pride than the disa disagreeable dlagreenbe disagreeable ¬
greeable fact that tho Ito marvelous In Increase Incrense increase ¬
crease In the power of producing producingwealth producIngwenllh producingwealth
wealth that has marked the present presentcentury prelentcentury presentcentury
century has not extirpated oxtrvatoll poverty povertylightened povertyl povertylightened
lightened l htened the burden nor improved tho thocondition thocondition thecondition
condition of the working classes classesThe classesThe classesThe
The girl that Is too modest to let a aman aman aman
man kiss her will wi fit Pt on the sand and andlet andlot andlet
let the sea embrace her herThere henThere
There Is nothing that lint modern sci science sc1once ¬
ence has so firmly filmly established cstablshell as the thefact thetact thefact
fact that lint worry kills kis Nevertheless Neverthelessworry Nevertheles Neverthelessworry
worry embraces a lot of Improbable Improbablethings Improbabethings improbablethings
things that never happen happenThe happenfhe happenThe
The now woman appears to be ca capable capable ¬
pable of holding anything but her hertongue he hertongue
tongue tongueWhy tonguoWhy tongueWhy
Why these swindling swindlng shops on F Fstreet Fstreet Fstreet
street are called calell employment agencies agenciesIs
Is an insolvable mystery mysteryThe mysteryThe mysteryThe
The trusts that have grown to such suchgigantic suchgigantc suchgigantic
gigantic gigantc proportions proportons under the foster fostering tosterIn fosterbig ¬
big In care of protection protecton will wi at no dis distant disant ¬
tant ant day develop wings for tho Repub Republican Republican ¬
lican Ican party that will wi not flop together togetherShining1 togetherSlilning
Shining Examples of the Merit MeritSystem lterlt lterltystem MeritSystem
System SystemThere SystemThere ystem
There may be something rotten roten In InDenmark InDenmart inDenmark
Denmark but that there Is method In Inthis inthis
this particular partcular Hamlets graft grf goes goeswithout goeswihout goeswithout
without wihout saying Sylng Hamlet lamlot Inspector InspectorI
P 1 I O Department was a familiar tamilar name namennd nameand
and title In tho newspapers a few brief briefmoons briefmoons
moons ago Hamlet lamlet was dismissed dismissedfrom dlsmlsselltrom dismissedtram j
from the service for utilizing utlzing the trans transporiuuon trnnsPOron transportton
poriuuon POron furnished him by tho Depart Department Dopartment Departnett ¬
ment for things of value Among some somaof someof
of the iings age cash and so forth Iiamlot Ham Hamlot
lot scooped In on postolllcc postofcc transports transportation tranillortaton transportstion ¬
tion ton was his neighbors or enemies al allege nllege allege ¬
lege a brie bllc house At all ni events eventsenough eventsenough eventsenough
enough transpired at the Investigation Investigationto Investlgnton Investlgntonto
to call cal for Hamlets lamlets resignation reslgnnton or dis dismissal dlsmllll dismissed ¬
missal mllll This was wa less than two months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago In fact it was about the time timePrlddys timePrhldys
tme tmePrlddY1
Prlddys PrlddY1 graft grtt was WiS discovered llscovered by Cap Calltaln ¬
tain Kerrell KerrellWell jerrell FerrellWell
Well Wel Priddy Is In tho Pension Of Office OCfice OL OLflee ¬
fice a 800 910 clerk clell < as stated elsewhere elsewhereand elswhere elswhereami elsewherenail
and now Ijatnlet Hamlet Jlamlet prince manipulator manipulatorof
of Post Office on ce transportation transportaton Is In the theTlealy theTreasury
Treasury Department Department Both men monIAndet menlanded
landed IAndet with four feet and we know knowhalf Imowhal knowhalf
half hal a dozen educated old soldiers ca capable capable capable ¬
pable of filling filng any position tramping trampingthe trampIngthe
the streets of Washington which the thowriter thewrier thewriter
writer wrier had Ilu to do all ni last summer In tho thotorrid thotorrl thetorrid
torrid torrl heat until Int Appointment Clerk ClerkLangley Cerc CercJAngley ClericLangley
Langley gave us a laborious job In tho thotwelfth thotwelth thetwelfth
twelfth twelth census cenlnl from which we worked workedup worltelllp workedlip
up lp into Intol a clerical position although the theolflrlulB theomllnls 1 1ofncinls
olflrlulB omllnls of that Bureau Bureal knew us to be a aDemocrat 1 aDemocrat I IDlmolrlt
Democrat Dlmolrlt It Is II about tho only De Department Depnrtniont ¬
partment of McKInloys administration administrationIn almlnlstraton almlnlstratonIn
In which merit In a Democrat receivesrecognition receives receivesrecognition receivesrecogniton
recognition recogniton and hence it I Is the Ire best beltcontuctoll bestconducted i iconducted
conducted contuctoll and most efficient bureau of ofthe ofthe II
the entire Federal Government While WhileThe Whie WhileThe I
The Globe Oobe can cn not congratulate Messrs MessrsPrlddy MessrsPrhldy i
Prlddy Irlllly and Hamlet It can cn hold holl them themup themlp themup
up lp us shining examples of the merit meritsystem meritilystemthey meritsystennthoy
system ilystemthey they both merited morlell something somethingthoy somethingthey omethlngthoy
thoy aidnt olint get and got something they
didnt merit merltanll and with wih s end In Inview Inview inview
view we ask the public to contemplate contemplatethe
the lie prosperity prolporly administration administraton of ofOily ofOiy ofOily
Oily Oiy William Wilam and a11 the lie several depart departmente i iments iments
ments including Inchllng the Treasury and the thoPension tl0 tl0Pension thePension
Pension Office OfficeCall OfficeCall
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nod Call Cal inllcl mid for or Carolina enrolnA Itrlglitntliey JrlghllIhey arc Iro pure purennd Jure Jurenod pureand
DEATH VALLEY VALLEYMont VALEY i I 1
Mont llont Lee the Most Marvelous Marelous and andUnterrified andUnterrifted i
Unterrified Unterrlfed of Men MenA MenA I
I II IA I
A RESIDENT RESIENT OF DEATH VALLEY VALLEYWhere VAlEY VAlEYi VALLEYWhere
i i
Where No Human Being Can Lire and Where Wherethe Wherethe I Ithe
the Thermometer Registers 140 and the thl theHeal
1 Heal Dries a Man up to a Mummy but h Mont MontLee MontI Montlee
i I
Lee sajs Death ealh Vallej ValeJ Can Never Conquer ConquerMeHls ConquerI ConquerMeHts
I MeHls Munificent Munlicent Monthly Salary SalaryMont Satr SatrMont SalaryMont
Mont Lee most marvelous of men menhas me menhas t
has crept back from his horrorstrick horrorstricken horror strick ¬
I
en haunts in Death Valley Valey to Gods Qodscountry God Godcountry Godscountry
country Over the Mojave 1ojave desert to totho tothe
the California coast cost he has come for fortho forthe forho II
the ho first frst breath of pure ure cool air that thathas
has reached his lungs IF II 15 years yearsI I
I I Mont 1ont Lee is the only man whom th thterrors the theterrors theterrors
terrors and privations llrlvntons of Death Val Valley Vatley Vailey ¬
ley can not make afraid nrald He Is the theonly theonly theonly
only man among all ni the hundreds who whohave whohave whohave
have dared the deadly dangers of that thatdesert thatdesert r
desert furnace that Fate has spared sparedthe sparedthe sparedthe
the only one who can cln dwell dwel from year yearto yearto yearto
to year in this hottest spot on earth earthwhere earthwhere
where the thermometer climbs to 140 140degrees 10 190degrees I Idegrees
degrees in the shade and the cruel heat heatwaves heatwavcs heatwaves 1
1 waves beat incessantly In essanty upon their hu hUe hUeman human
man victim vlclm until unt praying with parch parchcd parchcd parched
cd lips lps for water he sinks dying to thesunbaked the thesunbaked t tsunbakell
sunbaked earth a a spectacle spectnce to haunt hauntforever hauntforever I Iforever
forever the lie memory memoryt memorya a crazed cazed and gibbering gib gibberlng glbberlng
berlng thing tl tbft tlaat at Is more mummy than thanman thanmnn thanman
man the th life le choked chotel out of him by bytbat bythat bythat
that demon of the desert sands Thirst ThirstFrom ThirstFrom I
From Death Valley Valcy hotbed of human humansuffering humansueerlng humansuffering
suffering sueerlng grave of human despair despaircomes despaircomes i icomes
comes comes the man whom the demon of ofthirst ofthlrst I Ithirst
thirst has thus far tortured in vain vainDut vnlnDut vainBut
Dut ho has not come to stay He le Is Isgoing Isgoing Isgoing
going back bck In a 1 few days daYi the desert desertwill desertwill desertwill
will claim him and the deserts de demon demon deman ¬
mon Thirst will wi hover over him with withgaunt withgaunt flb flbgaunt
gaunt eyes and bony fingers fngers stretched stretchedi 1 1to
i to clutch cutch him in a fatal grasp grAp Thesetwo These Thesetwo The
two will wi renew their silent sient battle with witheach wih witheach I Ieach
each other the one bravely Iravely defiant tho thoother thoother theother
other eager for Its prey And how long longthe longthe longthe I
the conflict confct will wi last who shall shal sayl saylMont sny1Mont say sayMont
Mont Leo has declared that Death Val Valley Valley ¬ j jley
ley will wi never down him and he has hasdally haaI hasdally
I dally daly fought death for 15 dreary des desperate desperate desperate ¬
perate lonely years yearsi yearsThe
i The reason why Mont 1ont Lee dwells dwels on ondesert onosert ondesert
desert osert sands under a sky from which whichnot whichnot whichnot
not so much as one pitying raindrop raindropever raindropever raindropever
ever falls fals Is simple slmlle enough He earns earnsa u ua
a living there The sum would not notseem notseem notseem
seem one to tempt tempt75 75 monthly and andexpenses nnl andexpensesbut
expenses cxpensesbut but It Is sufficient sufcient to lure lureMont hereMont
Mont 1ont Lee and nl hold him there For 15 15years 15ycars 15years I
years Mont 1ont Leo has had charge of the thoPacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific Coast Borax IDrax Companys claims claimsIn claimsI claims1n
I In Death Valley For the lie last live fve years yearsho yearshe yearslie
ho has lived Ivoll at the mouth of Furnace FurnaceCreek FurnacoCreok FurnaceCreek
Creek 200 feet below sea level on al alkail alknll alkail
kail gorund He le has outlived outved every everyman everyI everyman
man who has worked with him In the thevalley theI thevalley
I
I valley Taley One after er one he has watched watchedthem watchedthem watchedthem
them sicken and die or go mad with withthe withthe
I the misery that death deatl only can relieve relieveIlls releve relieveIlls t tHs
Ills Hs task It has been to keep the sand sandand sandand sandand
and alkali nlkal and tho scorching winds windsthat windsthat windsthat
that sweep the desert from destroying destroyingtheir destroyingtheir destroyingtheir
their wooden headstones Grim solid solidundaunted solidundaunted solidundaunted
undaunted he has stuck to his post postwith postI
I with wih the demon lurking ever near nearready
I ready to slay His ls health benlh is not what whatit whatIt whatit
it was when ho ventured ventuJd first tut into the thevalley thevalley a avaley
valley valey though ho is still sti strong and andburly andburl andburly
burly burl of face and anl figure If I the awful awfulness awfulnoes I Iness
ness of his environment weighs upon uponhis uponhts uponhis
his spirits spiris he does not betray his emo emotion emoton emotion ¬
tion tionLeo ton tonI
I Lee has a squaw wife wie and several severali severalhalfbreed severalhalbreed severalhalfbreed
i halfbreed halbreed children chidren He bears the rep repitatlon repItaton repgtation
itatlon Itaton gtation of being a dangerous man to tofool tofool tofool
fool with wih for he is handy with his hlagun hisgun hisgun
gun and a sure shot shot It Is convenient convenientto I Ito
to be a sure shot in the desert coun country country country ¬
try His Hs Indian companion remains remainswith remainswih remainswith
with wih him only a 1 part of the year
i When the lie burning summer sun has hasdriven haadriven hasdriven
driven away all al signs of human life Ufasave le lesave lifesave
save him ho stays on and on solitary solary solitaryand 1 1I
I and anl forsaken though none knows bet better betthan better ¬
ter than he the risk risk ho runs run and the theprobabiity theprobability
probability probabiity that his bones will be befound betounll befond
found bleaching upon the alkali nlkal waste wasteLees wasteLees wasteLees
Lees fate is prophesied by b more than thanone thino thanont
one o ont who wonders at his recklessness recklessnessIt
It I was predicted pledlcted last year by on old oldand oldnnll oldand I
and experienced desert ranger named namedBennett nam namDennet namedBennett
Bennett Dennet of Ash Meadows Nov who whoolost wholost whohis
lost his life lto within a n quarter of a mile mileof mie mileof r rof
of Dennetts wells wels in Death Valley Valey
Bennett was crossing to the hot hotsprings hotsprings hotsprings
springs and tho terrific terific heat bet robbed robbedhim robbedhli robbedhim
him hli of his reason renon Jumping from the thowagon tbowagon thewagon
wagon he tore oft of his clothing cotblng and andgroveled andgrovelell andgroveled
groveled in the nlkall for water al although although although ¬
though there were water barrels and andshovels andshovels andshovels
shovels In his outfit outfit Mont Lee saw sawDennett snW sawBennett
Dennett die He scoffs scoes at the spgcw spgcwtlon spgc
lion ton that ho too will some day succumb suc succumb ¬ a I
cumb In the same wayDeath way wayDeath wa waDeath
Death Valley ho repeats will willnever wl j1
never down me meThere meThere I
There Is little danger of sunstroke r Ir Irin
In tho ho valley valey The air Is too dry for forthat forthat
that No mist veils veis the suns glare glareand glareand glareand V
and moisture is unknown The heat het hetcrcJts heatcracks
cracks crcJts the lips pinches the face until untiltho unt untilthe
tho blood starts swells swelf the tongue tonguesucks tonguesucks I
sucks the moisture from the lie body bOdyand bOdyandthen bodyandthen and andthen
then conies madness and upon the
heels of madness madl0s treads the specter
death deathMont deathM1ont 1 1Mont
Mont Lee has a brother Sam who whoassists whoassists 1 1assists
assists him In his work < They have blve
helped helpcl to hunt nnd bury bur scores of
bodies since they went Into the valley vlley
It Is tho custom of minors on the de desert dosort ¬ I Isert
sert to establish establsh the grave of an un
forunate wayfarer by a piece of sonnt sont
ling lng at the head heal and foot of each name ¬
less grave grve Sand storms tear away the
humble monuments and anl the lie next pass passerby passerby passerby ¬
erby replaces them On Lees Leel way ay back backto bncleto backto
to civilization cvization recently he repaired the thegraven thegrvel thegraves
graven grvel of the five soldiers sollers who lost
their lives lves in the Fremont expedition
It I is now planned to provide expediton Death
Valley Vlloy with wih sheetiron sheet lron milestones mletones with withengraved withongrved I
engraved ongrved directions dlreCtonl that will be heat heatand heatand
and windproof guiding gulllng to the alkali alkaliwater alkaliwater 1
water pools IIODli Frequently lrequenty at these altl ver ¬ I dmin Imlnlntosted
mininfested min infeeted pools Mont 1ont Lee has been beencompelled beencompelled
compelled compeled to strain IIaln his drinking water I
through a towel towelYet towelYet tl
Yet he Is going bank backDewtli bankDoivtu bak bakDcllh
Doivtu Dcllh valley valey he reiterates will willnever wi willnever
never down me meBut meBut f
But Jut the demon Is I there night and
day day and fnd night And the sands sandsand laJds sandsand I Iwlnllng
and the alkali dust are like to b be his hlawinding hiswinding
winding wlnllng sheet sheetTho I jThe J JTho
t
Tho Knights 1nl g its of Labor seem to have havethe havelie
the lie only honesanso borescnso left lef In 1f the labor labororganizations I Iorganlzntlona Iorganizations
organizations fighting lghtng the trusts The
legal action acton It proposes propose taking tldng of en enforcing enforcing enforcing ¬
forcing the laws on the statute books booksagainst booksagainst I Ingalnst
against trusts Is a sensible one and andwill anllwill antiwill
will be found tOUlt an effective move moveTrusf moveTrusL moveTrust
Trust are declared Illegal 1egal by law la la labor 14bar habor ¬
bor organizations organlzatona are not The labor laborunion laborunion laborunion
union Is II legitimate legllmate the Ire trust Is out outside outslle outside ¬
side slle the pnla pila of the law lawAs lawAs lawAs
As soon as a woman falls rais In love her hercomplexion hercomploxlon hercomplexion
complexion gets better betterIf botterI
If I you YOI are looking looklDI for or the bent be Illke dike C Caro aro ro roon
IDn lion on llrUliU Irlhl
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