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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS ADVERTISERSNotes
Notes fate of advertising will be made knownat known knownt IntO1Ilit
lit t tin tb o oike ke or by the Sunday Globes Olobticredited ee eecredI act acteradited
credited credI agent gut The Sunday Globe i is an anexclusive ell1lltteleloeal anexeludn
1lltteleloeal exclusive local publication and lId1I will be found foundft toulldIltIblt foundavslnsbla
ft valuable medium to reach the patronage patronageof IMltron IMltrono
of o the Washington public publicSUNDAY publiclUNDA publicSUNDAY
SUNDAY V DHCBMHKR is 1901 1901As n ol ola olTo
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As 11 To Secretary Gnice GniceA GRICeftw GagwA
A few days 41y ago our attention lttfon was called calledto caUedIII a11adte
to an advertisement In a newspaper 1Iwpapertbe 1Iwpapertbeof the theMine
tram Mine of which we w dont remember rmmbernd rmmberndMIIOlllpalnl rememberandoseompanying and andoaompanyingtheadvertisementwasawood
MIIOlllpalnl oaompanyingtheadvertisementwasawood oaompanyingtheadvertisementwasawoodcot tbeadvrtiHlllellt w wasa wood woodt woodalit
cot alit t disclosing dieclosh the tb well known features leetnr of ofSecretary ofSecretary ofeeretary
Secretary eeretary Gage 0 Although that gentlemans gentlemanscountenance gentlemansouatenence nUellln nUelllnlOUtce
countenance is I becoming as a familiar In Incheap InClIap Inobeap
cheap periodicals aa Lydia Pinkhama 1llIkha well wellknown wellltIIowa wellknown
known face advertising her vseiable vegetable ptablt com compound 110 110poua4 compound ¬
pound and nd we w dont care to waste much muchtittle lIIuchtllD muchtime
time tllD gating pcla upon hie counterfeit coanterlltltbr either ill or orwell orwen orwell
well executed cuted In print we confess coal we w did didlook didlook didlook
look for a moment to ace what he was up upto upto upto
to now Our curiosity wu gratified tUIed and we weread wed weread
read d with as mach composure of countewua counte countenance coant coantuce ¬
nance uce as was w possible Ibl that the doughty sec secretary secremry c cNtarb4attelllpted ¬
retary Ntarb4attelllpted hadattempted had attempted to enlighten the tb youth youthof youthof outb outberr
of the land Iaadl in a childs clail4 publication known knownaathe kDOwntlte knownthe
aathe the Youths Companion CompanionWe COllt CorrfarsosWe tllOIl tllOIlWIlIIedltel
We WIlIIedltel immediately got our wita wit to work and andiigan andbalsa nd nd1Hwu
balsa iigan to think tbln We reflected and nd then it itdawned itdwad
dawned 14 on onu us what a field for the small smallftftattcier smallAuaucler 1IIa1l 1IIa1leier
ftftattcier eier of the Cabinet He must needs needsleave needeI needsIa
leave I Ia the maty ways waa of finance the tb doings dotnpIt doingsof doluraof
of Wall Street and teach the young 01l1lC folks of ofAmerica 01Aerlca ofAueria
America the way to success 1Icce in life We Wecogitated Wetotflteted Weagitated
cogitated and then it was w suggested to us ushow 1111Iiow ushow
how we wlrbt might assist the Secretary In our ouryounger ollr3W our3asnpr
younger 3W del we read in the aoth chapter chaptercf
of BiodHs K one of the commandments commandmentsWhich cOlllmandmntwldeb cotnrnandmentswhich
Which it something like the following followingThou followingTlJou1I followingthou
Thou TlJou1I shalt not bur false witness wltne against agalnttthy aplnatth againstthy
thy th neighbor neighborKemtmbering nlghborMberillg neighborRnlambering
Kemtmbering a little of our early teach teachinc teeclISItCt teachisp
inc SItCt aiid how we were ere taught to revere and andabide andWde andabide
abide Wde by b such a command it occurred to us usthat UItlMtSecretary itsa
tlMtSecretary that Secretary Gigs in hit bl capacity of chief chieffinancier chlfnelr chiefSnaacierofagreat
a
financier Snaacierofagreat nelr of a great reat nation might enlighten enlightenyoung enlightenyoung nllghte n nyelillC
young people as to the way he had allowed allowedfalse allowedlatH allowedfake
false testimony to be made for hit hi partisan partisanMeeds partiMIIMM4e partisanNaade
Meeds and when complete how he had acted actedat actedHIt actedattltthough
at HIt attltthough It though he had every reason rea n to be beIt belie befeve
lie feve It false In other word In a sense senseguilty MneeIUty senseguilty
guilty of subornation thus tllu bearing false falsew fslsewitness fl flwtt
w WIMI witness wtt against tIt his Jliallelrllbor neighbor The youth youthffMftmto JoNIIIO YosMAttbsior
O tbsior ffMftmto f I IllOlild could have ha no greater object objectlessen objotfoe objectlesion
lessen for its young yolllll readers than some 1011I of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the examples apl Secretary Secretar Gage Ge < < e might give if ifthe Iftlte ifthe
the truth it I told on him and nd he has b never neverdenied nnernled neverdenied
denied nled the charges chargesThou cbareeeTbou
Thou shalt luIlt not take the name of the theX tbeLord theLord
1 X Lord < ord thy God in vain ia I anothercommand anothercommandwent anothercomnuadmeat notbercolllmandt
went t found between the lids UdoC of the holy holybook bol bolbook holybook
book Secretary Secretar Gage G when he b assumed ullled the theduties thetI thedates
duties tI of his hi office took a solemn oath In Inthat Intbat Inthat
that oath he doubtless doabtl promised to do and andperform andperform lId lIdrlorm
perform rlorm the duties dutl of the Office of Secretary Secre Secretary SeuetaI7 ¬
tary of the tb Treasury Truur to the best of his hisability bl blab1l1t hisability
ability ab1l1t If he h did perform those duties dutiesfcmeatly dutl dutlJleDutly dutiestautly
tautly he has done well But if he has hasnoted b bMeCI haseared
noted unjustly if he has h allowed tricks to tobe tobe tobe
be played if he belltlled listened to stories Mori he h knew knewwere kllwWN knewwan
were not ot true and nd then the violated the civil civilservice civilMtIae civilof
service of is rules rille he h hat h violated volltd his oath of ofAte oCW ofoee
oee Ate We W will allow him to say whether whetherk whetherIto
c < k Ito has broken broil the tb above abo commandment commandmentIf
If he has he 11 ought to tell the readers of oftit ortlit ofr
r tit the Youths YONI Companion COHIOIl how he does such suchthings suchthief ucb ucbwh
things sad why wh i it wu necessary for him to tothus totit tothus
thus tit abuse aw his hi privileges privilegesSecretary privU privUter1 privileges4Cfetary
Secretary 4Cfetary ter1 Gage might tell his hi young youngreader YOllttrft youngreaders
reader ft all 11 about 1tout his conduct after there therecelpt tb the reo reoCIIlpt re receipt
celpt of the Hepburn letter How he was wasin w wia wasIa
ia effect Iect approached with a bribe and how howha howhlrflllted bowhe
ha hlrflllted granted what was asked Ired of him If such suchconduct suchuouduct ucb ucbtIOIIdact
conduct is I regarded as sound morals Seers Secretary s stary Seerstary ¬
tary Gage oc ought to enlighten his bl youthful youthfulpttpllt youthfulppplle outhful outhfulJIIpU
pttpllt how and what sense he h make k such suchconduct suchwnduct ucb ucb4ttct
conduct 4ttct sound morels lIIonl He H ought to tellthe tell tellthe telltill
the modus operand of Manipulating nlpllleUlIg his hisconscience hi hiIce hiseoaaeiena
conscience Ice it would be In I the language letrg of ofthe oftltt ofIke
the late latelented lamented Grady GreI mighty Interest Interesting InteretS interestfug
fug S leading leadingThese rlncTIltH readingThese
These are ar a few specimens peclmn to which blch at attuition attullonl ats
s tuition I is called lied It may ilia be we do the Sec Secfetary SecNIa Secrotary
rotary NIa injustice But be has never denied deniedy denieday
ry ay y of the accusations made madeThe mdeTIt madeThe
The TIt Mirror iflrr of this thl city makes lIIk serious seriouscharges IIrloucbarpe seriouscharges
charges against int him that he has had Van Vandertip VIIderllp Vand
dertip d lip used made a vice Ice president of the National NationalCity NtlonalCII NationalCity
CII City Bank of New Ne York and lId a gobetween gabetweenbetween gobetweenbetween lMt lMtbetwen
between the bank and ad the Treasury Treur Depart Dapattsent Department Depe Depeeat ¬
sent eat It may not be true trll For common commondecencys COIIIIJlOlldeceIlC eomtnoadecencys
decencys deceIlC sake lie it ought not to be true tr endH and andif nd ndIf
if not true it ought to be denied i iAs 6At eAs
As the Secretary 8ecretar has taken it upon him himself himII himself ¬
self II to toteach teach young youngpeople people the way w to live liveand lived liveand
and d show them the the true path in life III he hewould b b1IOUid hewould
would do well to carefully careftall read this thl paper papera paperasd per
a asd d then thlIln in hit next paper to the youthapttdlclll youthspaviedical youths youth1periodical
periodical tell whether what it I said of him himi
4 i is t true w and nd if true tra how It he h graces fICIII hi his con conennee 110IIc
1 ennee c uaee
Sold Out AZHlHt AZHlHtSecretary slffainlSecretary nIHI nIHISCClltlry
Secretary John Hay Ha has apparently 1 suc succeed 11Meetd MtCceeded ¬
ceeded ceed In foisting loltln upon upo this thlIIO thlIIOlan cottMrrVMff cottMrrVMfflancll auntT Mg Mglands
lands lan < J permission milon and ad concession couceuI II IIco to toconstruct loconalrIt
construct co a canal through territory territor of which whichRngtattd whl whlRawtall4 whhdtRnglagd
Rngtattd does doe not own a single Inll foot I Wen Wentiie Wi Witit WetsdN
tiie tit conditions reversed how supremely supremelyridiculous aUN aUNridle supremelyridfogloue
ridiculous ridle England would make tbi tblI this cn cntry easetry > <
try I rylooll lock before the tb civilized world did we wea w wii weit
it a tvance VIIIIII any anyright y right to togive give I permission or orconcession oreDllcIit orctwceuion
concession for the theconstruction construction of a canal canali
II > i < lie II Saatern Hemisphere Hemispheresnutor HIIIIpb HIIIIpbIItor Hemispheretialtor >
snutor IItor Bacon of Oeorfia laid the tb comt com comm
t m T m i cose 0 view Iw of tail daI proposed ropoee4 treaty treatyr tret trett treatyuBritain
< r uBritain it t Britain befeW W his oollear oolleari IOU colleagues of oft
t and 1I4tli the entire d country Every EveryV Bver Bverbo
V i r who bo read We I calm logical as asaertion asSortinn 11 11ertlon
aertion that Inasmuch MS England owned own < < < 1
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neither the tb territory through lIIh windi the theanal iliecantl Ih Ihcanal
canal is I to be dug and hat the renalStake renal VnitedStates
States State is to pay pa the Mil there are r no r rtitle dt dttltl rights rightstitle
concession lying in inEngland illJttrllnd inZngland
title tltl permission or
England or in any all other European power powertransferable pwertraIIrrable plwertransferable
transferable by treaty tret or oi otherwise to the theUnited theVllited theUpped
United States Stat It ia I purely a question of ofinternal ofInternlllintereat ofinternal
internal Internlllintereat interestto interest to tka the tit people opl of the United UnitedState tnltdltatel 1nitedStater
State and the sovereignly eoYereit of their coun country country olln ollntry ¬
try it being Impeached when a foreign foreignpower roreimpower foreignpower
power assumes UIU the right rf < < ht to grant per permisiion per1II1lIon permission
mission or concession forthe construc construction conatrllctlon conatruetion ¬
tion of an American Allltrlc enterprise on the theAmerican theAIIIrican theAmerican
American continent and ad through the ter territory territor territory ¬
ritory ritor of Independent Am Amtrlcan < rrican ri an countries countriesCould countriesCould olllltrinCould
Could anything anthlarbe be plainer plalaeror or more honestthan honest honestthan honeetth1I
than this view of the case c Why Wh even evenunprejudiced evenunprejudiced ven venuu
unprejudiced uu rejudlced Englishmen like Stead Steadagrees Steadacree Steadagree
agrees with this till contention The lugging luggingIn IUlrintIn
In of England Info this Ihl matter attr it purely purelyand purel pureld purelyand
and d solely elr the work of Secretary Secretr of State StateJohn Stat StatJolIlI StateJobrr
John Hay II to please pl his hi kindred and nd ad admirers almirersthe d dmlrentbe ¬
mirers mlrentbe the AngloManiacs AngloManiacsOf Anglo lIlloInla lIlloInlaOC Maniaea ManiaeaOf
Of course as a matter of fet the socalled socalledtreaty eocalledtreaty socalledtreaty
treaty wont amount to the proverbial proverbialtinkers proverbialtln
tin tinkers efl d when the fleets lIet and nd armies armiesof arruiaeof rnll rnllof
of Kngland and lId the tb United Stales Stat lookhorn leek leekhorns loe1thorll
horn horns Treaty or no treaty treat the canal cnell is ours ourswhen ourewhe ourswhen
when whe it is dug the settlements along Iong its itabanks It Itbenlle itsbanks
banks will be American as the country will willbe willbe willbe
be and if any European power or combi combination cOlllblnlltloll comblnation ¬
nation of European powers pow dare to plant planta plenthOltlle
a hostile foot upon either ither bank the thunder thunderof tbnlldroC
of oar guns IlIn will lI1ealute salute the miscreants with withthe withtb withthe
the tb promptness prolllptn of a gallant and nd a fighting fightingnation 4htia 4htiantloll Sghdngnation
nation nationWkat ntlollWbat nationWhat
What we w object to therefore In this thistreaty thl thltret thistreaty
treaty tret ia i not the fear that England or Eu Europe Barope Europe ¬
rope will ever dare to touch It any all more morethan 1II0retbn morethan
than they tb would dare to touch the tb Brie Briecanal Brl Brlcanal Eriecanal
canal but aa an American who carried carriedUty carridalllt carriedsiaty
Uty alllt rounds and lId a musket we w do object to totbit totble tothis
this base bellycrawling sycophancy to topower a apower apower
power whose soldiers have to be numeri numerically lIumerlcUYllperlor nnmerially ¬
ally cUYllperlor superior at t the tb ratio of ten to one 011 to tothe totbe tothe
the white whit foe they are re called upon to fight fightand IIlbtad tightand
and ad whose navy we have repeatedly repeatedlywhipped repeatedlywblpped reputedlywhipped
whipped when we w hardly bardl understood the thescience tbeaclenCl thescience
science of naval warfare Bah I on this rot rotten rotta rotten ¬
ten and decaying power let the toothleaa toothleaaold tootble tootbleold tootblessold
old lion wag w his tail and smack bit gumlcaa gumlessmouth gumlcaamouth IUlllle IUllllelIIouth
mouth to the tail end of the American Americaneaglet AmericanIel Americaneagle
eaglet Iel Who cares caresThe care careThe areal arealThe
The Uonl Imia ImiaAdmiral JMIISAdmlnl lnsu8Admiral
Admiral Scbley has b been declared by b the theNaval theNal theNaval
Naval Court of Inquiry to be In supreme supremeeontuisnd supremecommand aprlIIeCOIIIIII
command COIIIIII d on July 3 1898 and lIel to have won wona Oll Ollflorloll
a glorious victory in the total destruction destructionof
of the Spanish fleet This settles Samp Sampson Sampeon Situpson ¬
son and the Bureau of Fabrication Samp Sampson Sampwll1 Sampson ¬
son will now disgorge that prlte money moneywhich moneywhich moneywhich
which he falsely claimed and was w illegally illegallyawarded illegallyawarded
awarded As 1 to the things the Naval Court Courtsayt COllrtMY Courtsays
says MY Schley did not do and the tllt things he heought heoll heought
ought oll < < ht to have done donebeh bah who cited caret et Naval Navaletiquette Nvaltlquelte Naveletiquette
etiquette and discipline dl clpllne may m condemn him himalong himalonr himalong
along these lines until the crack of doom doombut doombut doombut
but that the official declaration of the Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Inquiry names him the sole commander commanderand commanderand commanderand
and laureled victor vietorof of Santiago it i TilE real realiatue realluue realissue
issue and the triumphant vindication of f Ad Admiral AdIItiral Adminl ¬
miral Schley by his bl fellow sailors II or He die disobeyed dieobeyecl dieobeyed ¬
obeyed orders well suppose be did Mc MeMahon McMallen McMahan
Mahon won the baton of Marshall of Franceand France Franceand Prancend
and nd the Dukedom of Magenta Inta for the sameoffense same sameoffense DIe DIeoffill
offense offill Schley 8ch ley has h been declared Iliac inascurate inaccurate Iliaccllrete ¬
curate dilatory misquoted ml uotd things thingsetc thlll thllltc thingsetc
etc tc etc tc but this tbl paragraph obliterates all allthat alltht allthat
that and nd stamps tIIIP him the idol ldolud and the hero heroof heroof heroof
of the fighting Americans AmericansHie AurerlcnHi AmericansHis
His Hi conduct during the battle of f July 3 3was 3w 3was
was w selfpoasested relf poeeessed and nd be h encouraged in inhit Inbl inhis
hit bl own person his bl subordinate officers officersand olBcernd officersand
and nd men to fight courageously courageouslyAnd coureceouIAnd courageouslyAnd
And this thl completes cOlllplet the record recordSchley recordS4hle recordSchley
Schley S4hle was w the senior officer of our oursqusdron oareqlldron oursquadron
squadron off Santiago when wb the Spanish Spaniabsquadron 8plIlbequdron Spanishsquadron
squadron attempted to escape pe on the morn morning lIIorllInl mornlog ¬
log of July JllIY3 j 1898 He H wu in absolute absolutecommand absolutecommand beolut beolutcommand
command and nd ii entitled to the credit due dueto doeto dll dllto
to such lIcb commanding officer for the glorious gloriousvictory Iloriollvldor gloriousvictory
victory vldor which resulted In the total destruc deslruetion destruction ¬
tion of the Spanish ships shipsThese shipsThese blp blpTbe
These Tbe two paragraphs will stand tancS in his history hi hisCory ¬
tory and forever proclaim to the coming cominggenerations COIlIIrIneratloll coninggenerations
generations neratloll the victory yldor of Santiago Sa Usgo and the theillustrious themlltltrioll theiliustrioua
illustrious name of the victor Win Held HeldScott leldScott kidScott
Scott Schley SchleyVale SchleyVI SchleyVale
Vale VI Sampson SampsonAcquittal SampsonI SampsonAorlulltnl amptonlI amptonlActlulttnl
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Acquittal ofMrn or Mrs lrH Ilonlno IlonlnoThe 110nlnoTlte IloninoThe
The GLOBE predicted some e weeks ego the theacquittal tbeacqulltal thesequiltalof
acquittal sequiltalof of Mrs Ire Bonine At the time there therewere tllreere therewere
were ere but few persons who held similar similarviews similarviews h1Ilarviw
views viw and nd the press pr was weellent silent On Monday Mondaylast Mondaylutthe londyleet
last lutthe the Times TYmesjolned joined ua in the prediction predictionThe predictionTh predictionThe
The Th jury reported on Friday evening at t 9 9oclock 9ocloek 9oclock
oclock after lest than th five hours delibera deliberation dllbwatlolla deilbwalion ¬
lion tlolla a verdict of Not Guilty And the tll jury jurycould jurycould jurycoalddo
coalddo could do nothing lets I from the testimony testimonypresented tlldlllOIlYpreMllted testimonypresented
presented by the Government The Gov Governments Govrnlllenta Governmenta ¬
ernments attorneys Mesas ler Gould and andTaggsrt alldTrt andTaggart
Taggsrt did their whole duty and nd have in increased Increued increased ¬
creased their prestige at the bar by the re remarkably reo reomarullly rernarkebly ¬
markably able abl manner In which they theyhandled theyhndled theyhandled
handled a very weak case The counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the defense especially pcllly Mr Douglass DouI slept sleptand sleptand Iptend
and eat ao 0 to speak with the cause of his hisclient hasclient
client 011 lit and nd sever was w client so loyally in intelllgently littelllplltly inleliigemtly
telllgently and lId ably lIly served rved We congratu congratulate congralulate ¬
late 1 Mrs ire Bonine on her triumphant acquit acquittal ACqlllttelaael acquittal ¬
tal telaael and the tb vindication of her f lair air fameThe fame fameThe Illletlte
The District member of the tb National NationalDemocratic NationalJ NationalDemocratic
Democratic J loorauo Committee must III t be visitingMan visiting visitingKara IIUIIIMan
Man He H has b not been heard from for forralIllOOll sev several ssvm1 ¬
eral ralIllOOll moons Whats Wht up upThe upI upThe upThe
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The bill to create a National Board of ofPardons ofareSon ofPardons
Pardons areSon is I a mach needed meuureboth measure both to torelieve torU torelt
rU relieve ve the tb President of very onerous oalOudll oalOudllnd duties dutiesand dutiesand
and nd ia I Justice to applicants who have blv mart marttorioua JUntorlOt18 uteritoriotte
torioua cases casesInasmuch CUI CUIh casesInsesuehas
h Insesuehas Inasmuch aohI at the government did cSt not at attack Itteck attack ¬
tack the th character of MM In Basins we w shall shallIwaya shaltalways ball ballIlw
always Ilw contend that her counsel made 11I4 11I4mltake a amistake amistake
mistake In I not ot sending the case to the Jury jettywhen Jurywhen jlU1wben
when the tb government Iralllent closed closedThe C10HdTltt closedThe
The Panama Canal route rout has Merits srits rite and andother 1114at andother
other at things that may III be worth eota some Con Congressional Cononal Congnceimral ¬
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Mr r 11 Gaylord Wilshire Uablre publisher of the theWUkire theWIlIIt thel9fhkire
WUkire Magazine Mag i < uie ililft has ha been compelled e compel ttttl d to tomove toInove tomove
move his III plant and nd publication hoist hollH from fromNew fromNew rOIll rOIllNew
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autocratic rulings of Third Assistant AssistantwasterGeneral AI Pot PotterGenral postnulter
nulter wasterGeneral terGenral General Madden Yesterday Yt Vesterdhyqa c cthe all allthe 11 11th
the the th New York street and nd elevated lMr lMrWilshire can Mr MrWilshire
Wilshire had printed cards bearing bearl tb tbc jtart jtartling ltart ltarthug tart tartUltlanllollacelllnt
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the name aalll of the tb magaaine date at and place Ieee of ofpublication orpnbUoatlon ofpublication
publication Torontrj Toronto and they the crested cr atd muchinterest much muchinterest u h hlateret
interest and d talk among the tb tens te cf 0 thou thousands thoueand thousands ¬
eand sands patronizing the tb cars carsFor car carPoraU areFor
For PoraU all this tbl we w arc re indebted to toMr Mr Madden MaddenourThird Ml4denourTbird Maddenour
our ourThird Third Assistant PostmasterGeneralwho PostmasterGeneralwhohtMiawarrantably PotmaterGettenlwbohaullwarrlltebl Postmaster GenereEwho GenereEwhohasunwarrantsbly
htMiawarrantably and nd unlawfully assumed assumeda md mdcea8Ollhip
a censorship of the periodical publication publicationof publicationsof
of the United States more eaaepctatine esaperitiugant4 eaaepctatineand petlfttlnll petlfttlnllancS
and sweeping than that exercised by hisR hi hiRussian his hisRiai1I
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Russian R rsiau prototype prototypeMr prototypeMr prototypeMr
Mr Wilshire addresses ddre the tb following followingopen 10110wlallloprn followingopen
loprn open letter to the President PresidentDetr Prealdnt1k4r PresidentDear
Dear MrPresideal MrPresidealI Mr Presidtnl PresidtnlI
I do not with to embarrass elllbarri the tb adminis administration aalnla aalnlatntlon aaminirtnuon ¬
tration but I really feel it is I imperative imperativeboth IJl4tJlhoboth ideperptiveboth
both in justice to myself and far the good goodof roodof goodof
of the nation that I insist upon your trans transferring tranCerrinl transferring ¬
ferring Mr lr Madden from tht th poN poetoffice ofce to tosome totollle tosome
some other department where his bl duties dntieswill dtleawill dutieswill
will be either largely ornamental or entirely entirelyperfunctory entirelyperfunctory ntfrel ntfrelperfllllctory
perfunctory I dont dont1t ask for his bl dismissal diamtesslfrom dismissalfrom dlaHtCrom
from the tb service nice for I know It now that when wblIman a aman aman
man la I taken from the ranks of labor and andplaced andplaced nd ndplaced
placed in a fat political position at a Mr MrMadden MrMadden lr lrladden
Madden was there hal always been a fat htpolitical fatpolitical ftpolitical
political debt incurred by b the partythllt panylbtmust party partythlltmllt that thatmutt
mutt in honor be fully liquidated I do not notask notk notask
ask k you to torepudlte repudiate by the diUIlorIr dismissal diUIlor of ofMr
Mr Ir Madden Simply transfer hhrito hlnj to some someother someother ome omeother
other job where the pay it I the same You Youask Youuk Youask
ask me where to put him Well the only onlything olllyI onlything
I thing he ever made a good record rcordatwAP at atwar wsp Bring Bringa
a locomotive It it I said that th this thll Is going to tobe tobe tobe
be a bard winter The White House is i a tdrafty adrarty adrafty
drafty old barn a dangerous place plan for your yourchildren yourchildren yourchildren
children if not kept properly warmed and andat andat andat
at an even temperature Whits the matter matterwith lIIatterwith matterwith
with appointing Mr Madden laddn your janitorwith janitor janitorwith Jallltorwith
with especial peclal charge of the tb White House Housefurnatc 11 11lurnaee Ifolteefurnace
furnace If he fired a locomotive he cer certainly certalnl certainly ¬
tainly talnl can lire a furnace By making this thistransfer thl thltranler thistransfer
transfer you y ll not only provide for the comfort com comfort comrort ¬
fort of your family but you JOu at the same sametime limetlllle sametime
time remove a Third Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PoatmaaterGaerI PostmasterGeneral
General who will always lwY be tusking a fool foolof foolof foolof
of your our whole administratldu As A the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Evening Post Pos says regarding your yourcontrol YOtarcontrol yourcontrol
control over appointees appointeesMr appointeMr
Mr Roosevelt enjoys tremendous ad advantages advenll advantages
vantages venll in dealing with this tbi problem roblm In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
the Brat place he hla it entirely free Ire from frollltbOle frollltbOlerestriction those thoserestriction thoserestrictions
restriction which constrained Mr lr McKln McKlnley XcXlaley MCKinIcy
ley to sign 111 the commissions of odious char charactera charter chatactets
actera ter to whom his bl manager mnr Hanna had hadpromited b bpromieed hadpromised
promised office officeWhy officeWhy It ItWbyendallier
Why Wbyendallier endanger your political future fDtllretyinl bjr bjrtying oy oytying
tying your our fortunes to such lIcb a man Just Justthink JIt JItthink JisMthink
think What greater blunder bhl der could Mr MrMaddeu MrMadden If Ifl1dde
Madden l1dde have b committed your our administra administration sdministndon dmlala dmlalalIorl ¬
don to than that of suppressing the freedoat freedoatof Irlledo IrlledooHhe u uof
of oHhe the press pressOf pre preor pressOf
Of course cou I know perfectly well that yon yonknew yOIIknew youknew
knew nothing about it and that if the matter matterhad matterhad matterhid
had ever been referred to you OU that such an anamsslng a amulnr anamasingblunder
amsslng amasingblunder blunder would would never neverhave have occurred occurredbut oCcurredbtlt occurredbut
but this tbl only goes IM to much the further to tothow toahow toshow
show that you 011 must have subordinate up upon nl nlon upon ¬
on whose hoae judgment you can e rely to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the recurrence ef such uch mortifying episodes episodesIt plllooele plllooeleIt
It will be urged to excuse ncu Mr Madden that thathe thathe thathe
he did dlellt it simply in order to please pie you youSuch youSuph ou ouSUFh
Such an n excuse is I worse than none at allIn all allIn U UIn
In the first place It will intimate that you youyourself youyourself ou ouour11
yourself our11 favor the suppression of the free freeprets freepr freepress
press pr which you 011 do not In the next place placeit
it would mean that the postoffice post odice It I run not notfor lIotfor sotfor
for the public service but as a if it were wenkind a akind akind
kind of mechanical toy a toy locomotive locomotiveto IOCOlllod IOCOlllodto
to amuse the occupant of the Presidential Presidentialchair Preldntl1chair Presidentialchair
chair chairThen chairThen chairThen
Then too the absurdly brell bald subterfuge subterfugeMr
Mr lr Madden uses u in saying i1lC that he i iA not notsuppressing notupprlnlC notsuppressing
suppressing rny m journal owing to its It views viewsbut vl vlbut viewsbut
but because It advertises advertl those views view issuch is issuck I Incll
suck ncll a dangerims precedent On this thl plea pleahe pl plbe pleahe
he would sto slopa Iofl a man making a speech on the theground tb tbround theground
ground round that the meeting had been tsd tsdvertised ad advertised d dertieed ¬
vertised vertisedMr vertisedMr ertieedlr
Mr lr Madden has b another plea pie for hit hlac hlactlon ac action ulion ¬
lion I 111M used my journal primarily to ad advertise advertl advenue ¬
venue vertl my speeches speechesIn pche pcheIn
In the inn place this tbl is I not true and nd In Inthe IIItb inthe
the tb second place even If it were trite rue 1 it itwould Itwould itwould
would be a new W and dubious reason fOr sup suppressing suppressing po poprlnl ¬
pressing a paper On this thl ground It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be easy y to suppress Mr lr Bryans 8rn pai paiAr par par1r paperair
Ar Bryan really reaU comes com more under the then thenthan 1 1than
than I do for he gets It paid for his speeches speecheswhile speecheswhile pcll pcllwbUe
while mine mlu are free Ir I showed Mr r Madden Maddenthat Mddentllet Maddenthat
that I had been publishing my journal journalsince journalsince I IIace
since Iace December 1900 goo and that for the first firstsix AnthI lestsix rte
six hI month 1 had made iliad no mention of ofpeechnlaklnl any anyspeechmaking su suspeechmaking y
speechmaking I made mad no speeches apeecb I Iexplained Iplalnod Iexplained
explained plalnod to him that I was in the theret theretpiece drat dratplace lestplace
place CHtcntially a business man and acedno had hadno
no time for any great ret amount of speech speechmaking spa spamaking peeolloalllnl Ok
making alllnl That I was the tb owner of o several icveraloraqge severalorange
orange Ole and walnut Wllllt ranches rh in California Californiaand Calfond Calfonduelalo Californiaand
and uelalo alto had other o e businesses bltllI and nd being bela belaad41tloll in inaddition Iiaddition
addition a director In a National Bank Bankwell Bankwell a awell as
well at of several lverl other corporations cororation That Thatediting Ti T Thaiediting
editing tllallay my paper and handling In41nll my piton pitonboslnesn pr p pbusiness rieMe
business affairs falr was quite qnlt sufficient u ient to keep keepme I k kme up
me 111 busy without nur I becoming hnl nl ii I profes professional pro pro prosiotral N ¬
sional aOllallecturer lecturer I lal also pointed out that thatwas he hewas Mwu
was pssiing plinl Judgment juqatp j upon a journal jOllral wlil whitlead which whichhad k
had J been regularly rellllafr published pabUhe for or thJ thJaevtn th thseven >
seven issues lsul by aa eiamtaatlon ItIOII of o a alea tbi i iissue at atissue I
issue lea That because bec Into dla we on had lad in ii iiof it itoy its itsof
of oy my lectures tectu he h had bi formed Io the tie erroneous erroneousinpretsion errors errorsimpression rrol I
impression that all II the t ether oer issues mmtea ilee bad badcontained 1 hadeeutsined I
contained lalntd such a schedule whereas whereasmatter Whtrt Whtrttr N Ntatter g
matter tr of fact I could not renumber mbcr ofsuch of ofnub 01I
nub I schedule ever col ntvitg been ao aoUId 0 otithed ph phlisbtd t >
tithed UId before bfore bforeI 4 V T TI t tI >
I also pointed ponted out oa that tte schedule Ihctll IhctllIn Schedulein tri wf wfIn
In no manner malllor an advertisement dvenMment u ci I my ny lee I If 1 eA
f
sutra t Ir as R the paper containing cntnlnr it wan wa issuedr issued itnuedifnr iuedli
ifnr li r r 1 had finished my m tour CtiatifHgf OlalcnKf i ipalpably Ipalpably is ispalpably
palpably an Inlmpltbl impossible medium anyway to toadvertite toIhertiae toadvertise
advertise Ihertiae a lecture lectar The only paper ppe that thatcan thatal thatcall
can al advertise adertl a lecture lecure Is a local paper pub published pllb publied ¬
lied Ihed in the place plaeewhere where the tl lecture le ture is I to tolake tolak totake
lake lak place Thb TblbednleMr schedule Mr Madden ob objected ob objetted ¬
jetted joct d to took tool up less I than one column ofa of ofa ofI
a sixteen ten page par paper paperThis papr paprhlertalul paperThlscertaiuly
Thlscertaiuly This hlertalul certainly does doe not look lok like lke I was waaconducting wuconductinl wasconducting
conducting CkalUitgt CI41 aa an advance lallce pro program proIra pregram ¬
gram Ira of my lecturing leeturlll tour tourThe w tourThe
The moat mos singflar lnlla point of all 1 this tbl it II that thatafter thtahet thatafter
after I actually ctDall convinced c vlnced Mr lr Madden him himself himl hintself ¬
self l I of the absurdity burdlt of his bl first art ruling nlll thatrhoilerge that thatHalleugt thattlt
Halleugt tlt was WI merely a lecture lecture I ure program programthat prom promthat programthat
tack alto altogether altoSgetherto Ito ItoKethe ¬
that he then th1 went off on a new
gether Kethe getherto to argue 11 on entirely ntlnl new a grounds groundsthat Iroundtbat groundsthat
that it was wa a paper designed primarily foradvertising for foradvertising foraderlalnr
advertising aderlalnr purposes pllrO Ue U e said Id it wasmanifestly was wasmanifestly w wlanlU
manifestly lanlU designed to sell my In ideasThat Ideas IdeasThat Id IdThat
That Inasmuch InlIIlcb aa my stock in trade wasadmittedly was wasadmittedly w wadlllittdl
admittedly and lId ostensibly oatenlll Ideaa1 Ideu and that thatCHallengn tbtI thatChallenge
Challenge el4lt was w admittedly dmltedl the tie medium mediumthrough aldlul aldlulIhrulh mediumthrough
through Ihrulh which hlch I offered offed niy U goods for sale salethst II salethat
that the logical local conclusion was wa w that Ca Calengt CIII Ckab Ckaburge <
designed for advr advertising advrtlainr advrrising ¬
lengt Itg urge was WI primarily prllrlly dellld
rising purposesNow purposes purposesNow purpOt
Now really Mr President what answer answercan answeran 1er 1erln
can ln one make lIIa to a man advancing Idvncng such lch an anabturd anablurd anabsurd
absurd argument lIIllt Of course CUI the unoonscious uncon unconscious unCl unCldoua ¬
scious humor bUllor of it I Is I as ia a fine fne as a anything in inthe Inthe inthe
the English Bnclb language lngule I appreciate Ipprulte that thatid thtsid thatstill
sid still id of It well w1 enough but nevertheless nertbel I Idont Idont
dont feel like paying a thousand dollars doUremOlh a amonth amonh
month mOlh for even ell the very finest Int joke in the thelanguage thelnle thelanguage
languageThat language
languageThat lnle
That bat It I Just just what Mr lr Madden t bit of ofhumor ofbllllor ofhumor
humor means 1n to me m if I continued cnthlued publish publishing pubUhInr publishing ¬
ing bllllor Challenge Claln ss a weekly weekl I may IIy any y in injustice II injustice
justice to the tb gentleman 1ltlll that after lfter my talkhe talk talkhe talkbe
he did agree lee to allow le ma ia to apply ppt y for a re reentry ro roelr reentry ¬
entry elr for challenge Ciawl as a you will wl see e by his hisletter II IIIter leisletter
letter Iter on 01 the next page pageHowever p pageHowever
However Howeve this tbl permission prmlliol did nothing nothingmore uotblnlmore nothingmore
more than to give me m another allothe try tr at t editing editinga edltln edltlnpaper
a paper without wihout gve advertising d vertllnl my ideas ideasIt IdeaaIt Ide IdeIt
It not only promised prolad nothing for the thefuture tbeftare thefuture
future ftare but it conveyed no information Informaton that thatI
I would get t my deposit dep1 money lIIone that I had hadput bdpllt hadput
put up lp on 01 the back bck numbers number It I was 8 such suchan suchan uch uchan
an Indefinite Indenite sort Irt of a program proralll for me to totry totr totry
try tr to follow folow that I simply chucked up lp the thesponge theaponle thesponge
sponge on trying to publish a weekly wekly and andDecided andbetided ad adldd
Decided ldd to make mak Challenge Cialt a monthly 10ntbly mag magaxlne m maln magulna
ulna axlneAgain aln ulnaAgain
alnAln Again Aln Mr r President Pltent I must remind resnd you youthat youtbat youthat
that the making of a good Id janitor was wa lost lostwhen lotwhen lostwhen
when Mr Madden Malen was wa made Third Thir Assistant AssistantPostmasterGeneral Alant AlantPoatllluterGneral AssistantYostmaeter
Yostmaeter PostmasterGeneral PoatllluterGneral Genenl It I is I not too to late to tocorrect tocorrect tocorrect
correct the error rror
rrorn H GAvWRD GAVLORD GALII WIUHIKB WIUHIKBMr WILHIIB WILSulnuMr
Mr r Wilshire accompanies lIIpall his hi sarcasticletter sarcastic sarcasticletter tlc tlcleter
letter leter with wlb the following lolowlnl copy cop of a missive missivereceived milyrcelved missivireceived
received from lrm Mr Madden Censor Cwner of Per Periodlcsl Pr PrlodlcIIlenture Periodial
iodlcsl lodlcIIlenture Literature nee ft Third Assistant Post PostmasterGeneral IotDterGnr totenaster ¬
masterGeneral masterGeneralPoaTovriCB enaster DterGnr Genenl GenenlPOT
PoaTovriCB PTlJlca POT ogFICR DBPAMTMBNT DKAITNKNT OKPICB OIFICK OF 01 THIS THISTHIRD THKTHIID THRTHIRD
THIRD THIID ASSISTANT AIIIAN POTMASTRR POHTMAHTBRGBNEHAL POHTMAHTBRGBNEHALCLASSIFICATION IMAIBROaNBIAL IMAIBROaNBIALCLMIICTIN ORNRAL ORNRALCLASSIFICATION
CLASSIFICATION CLMIICTIN DIVISION WASHINGTON WASHINGTOND WAIUINGTON WAIUINGTOND
D C October Oo j 1901 1901MM 901 901Mn
191 191I
MM I H I GAVLOMD GALID WIUHIHK WIUHIHKPublisher WJUKIRK WJUKIRKJlblllblr WlLennutPublisher
Publisher Jlblllblr of The T Challenge Clalllt 335 25 Fourth FourthSIR FOllrthSIrat FourthStreet
Street SIrat New ew York N l Y YSIR VSea
SIR Referring Referlur to your ollr call cal st t the departsent depart department dprt dprtlellt ¬
sent lellt with reference to the classification clfetoll ofThe of ofTke f fT
The T Challenge Claltl you are informed that the thepottiuatter thepltluter thepostmaster
postmaster pltluter at New York has h Jaen been en author authorised authorle authoriced ¬
iced le to receive receie a new lew application applctou for entry entryof entryof entryof
of the paper pper to the secondclass lecoldclal of mall mallnutter mal mailmatter
matter mater with wih conditional condlUolal deposit of pottage pottageat ptage ptageat
at the thirdclass thlrdclal third ciau rate rateThis rateThl rateThis
This Thl authority was given with the under understanding undertandlnr tenderstanding ¬
standing that the features retllr which caused OuMd therecent the therecent thereont
recent reont denial of the tie secondclass second condcl ctau rates rtn tothe to tothe tothe
the publication publcaton will wi be eliminated elmiate there therefrom th thlr therefrom
from lr Reapeetfuilyyours ReapeetfuilyyoursEDWIN Kespectfulty Iepflll yours yoursBnwtxC
BnwtxC EDWIN DIN C MADUBN MADUBNThird IADDaNThird ADDKN ADDKNTird 1
Third Tird Assistant Assisllll PoslmaittrGeneral PoslmaittrGeneralThe PsllaslrGa PsllaslrGaThe Fbslmaskr General GeneralThe
The tone and ltllllbjc subject matter nlter of this thl letter letterare Iter Iterre letterare
are re u offensively autocratic alltotlc as they artnn artnnAmerican nlnn srejnnAmerican nlnnAmelcn
American Amelcn The idea Ide of a public publc servant servantassuming ervnt ervntalaumlng servantahsuening
assuming alaumlng such prerogatives prerotlvfa at to absolutely absolutelydictate bllltelr
dictate to a I publisher pllblher what his hi magazine msgaxineshall 1II1lne 1II1lnehI magazineshall
shall hI contain and even Indicating whatshall what whatshall wbthI
shall hI be eliminated ellninatod it too much Ilch It 1 Pres President PrnIdent President ¬
ident Roosevelt Roooevet prepared to bring brlnl downupon down downupon downIpon
upon Ipon his hi administration through the in insufferable inuWerble insufferable ¬
sufferable ignorance Inornc and nd pralm presumption tlon ofthis of ofthis ofthi
this thi subofficial sub ofcial Madden the condemnation condemnationof condemnaton condemnatonof
of the entire ntire periodical press prel of the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStat UnitedStates
States Stat There is a wide difference dl erence between betweenfake betwen betwenfake betweenfake
fake publications pllblcationa which whih are r rightfully rightfullyexcluded rlehtuly rlehtulyexcludd rightfullyexcluded
excluded from the privileges prvllep of second secondclass secondclass ecnd ecnddea
class dea postage pOllte and nd legitimate Igtlmte enterprises euterpdsessuch enterprisessuch euterpr
such as a ttAmerican theA ica Printer illler Uilshires UilshiresMagaiine Wishirtslarint 4ihhiresmagaine
Magaiine and nd kindred Ilndred publications publicationsMr publctlolla
Mr 1 Madden ddell must be either elber palled called down doweror downor downor
or disposed dlped of as Mr r Wilshire WIhlr ironically ironicallysuggests irnicaly irnicalyunta ironicallysuggests
suggests as a the war wa is I only just beginning beginningagaintt blnnhl beghmicegagainst
against this thl extraordinary and un unAmerican unAmericancensorship unAmrlcantnlOrblp Auieriean Auierieancensorship
censorship censorship1raUes tnlOrblp censorshipIralses
1raUes the Ircsldont PreeldontWASHINOTON IrcsldontWAKHINOTON PresldontWAIHINGTN
WAKHINOTON WAIHINGTN D C C C Dernabern Dtttmber lbr n I i9l i9lEd I9o18dilor 1901 1901Editor
Editor Ed or 5 Sunday wrfay GlobeYour Globe GlobeYour GlobYOllr
Your honest and nd fearless Cerle paper has h donemore done donemore donemorln
more morln In the Interests of Civil Civi ppr Service Srlcereforl reform ieforcnin reformin
in the short time time tlle It has h been here hre than thanthe tbanthe thanthe
the combined llblnd press of Washington Wlllron could couldaccomplish luld luldacculpllh cotddaccomplish
accomplish acculpllh in 1 ten years y While Frederick PnderickSiddons FrederickSlddons redrlckSiddona
Slddons and nd other men who saw IW tHe ti tl a evils evilsaa ei evilsas
aa they existed have ha put In some fllt pose prettystrong pretty prettystrong prety pretytrong
strong blow In the right rht direction dlrclon yet it itneeded I itneeded
needed nedd j Jt just st such handling hndllnr as you YOI have havegiven havegive havegiven
givenYou given givenYou give
You have bae handled fanillyism Inlilyal and all allkinds al allkinds
kinds of department dprtmt favoritism fvoritl11 without withoutgloves wihout wihoutIlov withoutgloves
gloves Ilov and nd have fought these th evils evil elR fear fearlessly fearlessly ¬
lessly and nd honestly honelt While Whl certain papers papersthroughout paperetbrouilollt papersthroughotthecountry
throughout tbrouilollt throughotthecountry the country coultry have b fought more moreor lIIoreor moreor
or leas Ie along Ionl the same Inl line In yet you are arethe aretbe arethe
the pioneer in the good lo work and nd have havefought hlve hlveloulht havefought
fought the tie evils ei while located lotd in their theirmidst theirmldat theirmidst
midst mldat10w midsthow midstHow
How 10w well w1 I remember the uproar the theflrst tb tbfnt thel thelfirst
first fnt copies copl of your sheet het caused CUII in certaindepartment certain certaindepartment cerin cerindparment
department dparment circles clrcl Cheap prophets prpllet were weregoing wr weregoing
going Ilnr around prophesying that you 101 would wouldget wouldret wouldget
get hurt and that your our paper pepr should not lot be beallowed b beallowed
allowed 10wd within this thl department dpartllllt city dt Yesindeed Yes YesIndeed V VInded11
Indeed Inded11 all because bec1 you were not no tosd toadfaced toadfacedand tofced tofcednd faced facedand
and nd happened to have the tb temerity temerit and andnerve andnervf nd ndnerv
nerve nerv nervf to cleanly denly and ld honUyow honestly show up the theevils theeil theevils
evils eil ss they existed existedI
I always lwaYI found however howvr that the honest honestsous boneateona
was of toil toi as well wel as a the thinking thlnklt portion portionof porton portonof
of our population popllaton were for the t GtOHB GLBa and andheartily andbrtlly andheartily
heartily wished for Its Ia prosperity prosperityI prOJrlt prOJrltI
I cannot but contrast the t conduct Iduct of the thesuiallsouled tbe1Iao
suiallsouled amali 1Iao eouled led government Iovermnt pets pt with wih those thosesturdy tho thoturd thousturdy
sturdy turd boys boy who bad worn the government governmentbine governmentblue
blue bla and some ome of whom wore WO the the t fvemllllt fvemlllltbla Spanish SpanishWar Spnl SpnlWr SpanishWar
War buttons buttna whom I met m hi thf t Keystone KeystoneState Kytone8tt
State 8tt Yes Ve they theykllw knew theStntOAV the gGrnsAV IVAY CLOU GLOaaand CLOUand GLO GLOad
and ad while whie it I was w redhot redbo red bot it was W all 1 right rightand lht lhtand
and was w just what wasneeded wasneededI wned4 wned4I wan seeded
I sm m glad tad to see Je that Theodore Teor Roose Roosevelt RO ¬
volt Civil Civi Service Servle man and soldiers friend friendhas Irindht
er
has ht put a quietus upon UpOI the inftaenee Iaf evil eviland nUd
and d has ba shown that he I ha bu both b the time timeand timed timeand
and d disposition dl oltion to attend atfll to rath b matters mattersSuch martenSuch
Such men are worth voting retire I 4d u4 < d fighting
for CLAIK C IUDIN IUDINAad BRADIN BRADINAnd
And still aUt the frisky advertising r1 solicitor solicitorOBly IUoltor IUoltorOY solicitoronly
only OY materializes lIIatelall once 0 Wtetto week to write wit a ar
jeqsr r or croalenllll crou eumiuo 2114 Tb TbM Tber1 Tber1N
M will 111 n be b a wake followed folowe S p a w Inilral ral 1 one of of4Me ofdeys
4Me days day and the advertfeu adel adrulsi g solicitor t will willfurnish wi willfurnish
furnish the
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VelMter ellter Clay ami n null II Calhoiin Ctlholl Livid IjnltlTheir Inll InllIhclr LividTheir
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An Arlie echo eho ho of the th tlievividlyadventurouscareer tlievividlyadventurouscareerof vividly vivdly adventurous aVtUrU career careerof crer creroC
of Mine Mm Marie Marl Vespucci Vpucl the Tuscan Tuscanbeauty TIln TIlnut TustAnbeauty
beauty ut famous throughout the New World Worldthreequarters Worldthreeuatel Worldthreequarters
threequarters threeuatel of a a century ago c has h just justbeen jutlnlund justbeen
been lnlund sounded d by the discovery dllYry in the attic atticof atticor atticof
of the old brick hotel at Evans yn Mills MII Jerter Jertersoncouttty Jrel Jefersoncomdy
soncouttty oncoullt New York of an n antique ma mahogany mahony mabogany ¬
hogany hony table scarred cere stained and ud dustcovered dust dustcovered dlltIIOvered
coveredOver covered coveredOver IIOveredOver
Over this thl very vry table tble there was played pia red on ona onwid ona
a wild wid winters winter night in 1841 181 a game ranl of cardsin cards cardsIn cardIn
In which the Tuscan Tuan beauty bauty was herself he the thestake tie tietake thestake
stake and ld which resulted rnuled In a turn of her herfortunes hrfortunee herfortunes
fortunes that imprisoned heriii hern lice in this thl obscure obscureregion obecurererou obscureregion
region for nearly lIearl y all 1 the rest of her be life lifeCuriously lre lreCurlouI lifeCuriously
rerou Curiously CurlouI the table battered btered as a It is tl has haslasted h1 banlisted
lasted longer then Mme 111e Vespuccis YapllcI fame fameThe faie faieTh facetsTbce
The Th career carer of beautiful butlllnd and unscrupulous unscrupulousMme IIcrIPllou IIcrIPllouMnle unscrupulousMne
Mme Marie Id Vespucci the Interest Iltet which whichPresident whichPnldeat whichPresident
President Pnldeat Martin Van Buren openly opnly dice displayed di dipled diceplayed ¬
played in II her her her subsequent social down downfall dowl dowerfall ¬
fall fl and finally fnly the tle singular contest con tet be between between between ¬
tween Prince John Van Buren and George GeorgePariah Geor GeorPlh GeorgePariah
Pariah Plh later Baron Leftonburg Lftonburl l as rivals rivalsfor rivl rivllor rivalsfor
for her he affections affectionsall lectlonal all this thl might have re remained reo reo1IIlned remained ¬
mained forgotten foreoten except for the recollec recollection recolec recolectlon recollection ¬
tion excited by b the table tbl on 01 which a game gameof pie pieof gameof
of cards was w played that changed chnrd her fate fateIt IteIt fateIt
It was w to press prea her claim clllni to the grant of ofland oftnd ofland
land hy the nation ltlon in consideration for its itsdebt It Itdbt itsdebt
debt to her distinguished ancestor the theFlorentine thePlorentlne thePlorentine
Florentine astronomer atrnolr and navigator nelplor that thatMme tlt tltMme thatMme
Mme Marie Helen Amerigo Amrp Veeputcl came csmein cale caleIn camein
in 183910 i8 i89 to the tle Washington Wlliuron of Van Ruren RurenClsy lurn lurnCtr BunnClay
Clay Webster Wtbte and Calhouu Clholn These Tbe and andtheir andtheir ud
their con contemporaries temporaries appear to have been beenImpressionable bel beenleupreeionable
Impressionable gentlemen lentlenlll for lo the sense sensation senseNon nA nAUo ¬
Non Uo which the fair Italian made mad was wasquite w wqllit wasquite
me
quite qllit disproportionate to the tl Importance Imprnce of ofher oChe ofher
her he llllon position XM < tlon at t the Capital CapltlShe CapitalShe
She was wa young YOIIII extremely extrmelybeatlfll beautiful with withill withall
all ill 1 the charms chnl of birth breeding and the theglamour tbeIamollr theglamour
glamour Iamollr of association IItlol with foreign Corlgn courts courtsShe courtShe courtsShe
She was wa accorded accored a private prvate interview with withVan wih wihVall withVan
Van Buren the bachelor bachlo President Prldllt and in ina IIIhort ina
a short time tnle gossip was WA busy arranging a awedding awddlng awedding
wedding between betwen the President Pretldelt and the thefair theCalr thefair
fair Florentine 1110reltlle while by her witching witchingfreedoms wltehlngCreoma witchingfreedoms
freedoms Creoma it was said lid she he made mae Clay Claydioty Claydlyalld ClaydinyandWebeterailly
dinyandWebeterailly dlyalld dioty and Webstersilly Webterly She Slewascourted Slewascourtedfeted wat WHol courted courtedfeted rted rtedftd
feted admired and nd honored until Ullt certain cerlll of ofher orhe ofher
her he uticonveutlonalites uncnventolalte aroused arud the sus suspicion wuapicion 111 111plcloll ¬
picion of one ole of the graver Iraver matrons IItrone ut utWashington atWashington t tWehlngton
Washington WehlngtonThen WashingtonThen WashingtonThen
Then returning returing visitors from frm the French Frenchcapital llrenchcapital trenchcapital
capital reported rprted that the Ibe had borne brne an unenviablereputatlon un utienviablereputatlon unenvlablereputatloll
enviablereputatlon both there and in II Flor Florence Plorence lor lorence ¬
ence and had been ben induced for a consider consideration oonldratlol consideralioa ¬
ation atlol by the royal royl faintly falily of France to totreak totreakof to break breakIf breakelf
of elf If an al Intimacy with wlb the Duke of Orleans Orleansthe Ornna Ornnathe Orleansthe
the eldest son In of Ix Iul Louts > uls Philippe 111pp and leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the country countryAt 1ty 1tyAt countryAt
At this thl juncture the Dukes Dllk younger youngerbrother 7tII1r 7tII1rbher youngerbrother
brother bher the Prince Prnce de Joinville Jolnvle came cal to toWashington toWblnron toWashington
Washington Wblnron and refused reud to recognise recle Mme MmeVespucci MmeVespucci m mVeopucl
Vespucci Veopucl K which virtually vlruly excluded ecludd her herfrom ler lerfrom herfront
from society eleh Her numerous lunlerou and nd magnifi magnificent mallil eciagniacent ¬
cent jewels and nd many 11 of her costly coaU and nd ex exquisite uquile exquisile ¬
quisite quile gowns went to the pawnbroker pwnbrke and andin andIII andin
in New York Yok whither the shortly fled fd from fromWashington fromWhhllton fromWashington
Washington she lle came cre to the verge vrp cf cfactual ormli ofactual
actual mli want wantIn wantIn wantIn
In these the straits tralt tradition trdition says 1 she Ie he ac accepted socepted c ccepted ¬
cepted the tbeprotectlo protection of Prince luce John Van VanBuren VnBllrell VanBuren
Buren of Albany Albn and nd for a whiff while wbl created createdsomething tte exstedsomething
something of a sensation ou 01 the streets trta of ofthe ofthe
the te state tate capital where she he drove drv the thelawyers theIwea thelawyers
lawyers Iwea spanking team tem of bars barsThe by byThe bay bayThe
The romantic story of the manner Inaer in inwhich inwhleh inwhich
which she came to transfer tnlfe her companion companionalilp cmpanlo cmpanlohlp companionhop
alilp hop from lrm Prince John Van Buren Burn to tothe tothe tothe
the heir of the title tiU of Baron llroll Von VonIeCol Iefton Ieftonburg I fton ftonburg
burg bllr hat h been ben handed hlll1 down dowl from father to toson toIOn tosoil
son in II the hamlet hlnllet of Evans Mills Mil as fol follows follow follows ¬
lows low lowJut lowsjust t tJutt
Jut at nightfall nightal of a stormy IItorlY January Januaryday Jnlary Jnlarydy Januarytisy
day dy In 1841 181 the great Iret sleigh of George GeorgeParish Gorae Gorae1f GeorgeIsrirh
Parish 1f h gentleman gntlemal of Ogdensburg Oedenabllr pulled pulledup puled puledup pulledup
up at the old stone hostelry hotelr at Xvant IVAli Mills Millskept Mi Millskept
kept by landlord Indlofl John Hoover HooverThe HooverThe HooverThe
The host announced announcd that he b expected hxpectedLawyer expectedLawyer pected pectedIwer
Lawyer John Van Bureti Burn of Albany AlbllY to ar arrive arrive r rrve ¬
rive rve and transact business buIII with 1 hm m Soon Soonthe Sll Sllthe Soonthe
the famous Albany Albllv attorney arrived and rrf IJm accom accompanied accompanied ccomnld ¬
panied nld by b a handsome and stately woman womanwho WOIn WOInwho womanwho
who was w clad from head to foot In the rich richest richt richeat ¬
est t furs and nd who wore wor a profusion of jewcity jew jewelry ¬ i ielry
elry lice h was w introduced Introucd by Prince PrIO John Johnas Joh Johe Johnu
as e Mme n Vespucci and ad it I was w noticeable noticeableeven noticeableen noticeableeven
even en to the ti bartender brtellder who served red the hot hottoddy hottody hottoddy
toddy tody and flip that George Oeole Parish gentle gentleman gentlemist entle entleman ¬
man was WI more lore interested In the fair com companion companlon cornpanion ¬
panion of the Albany attorney tory than in the thelegal t theelegal
legal business bllllne and that the Interest was wasmutual W wasmutual
mutual mutualAll mlllll mlllllAl mutualAll
All Al the next day the Ogdensburg Onburllnd OnburllndoWler land landowner landowner ¬
owner oWler and lt his hi agent were busy with the thesigning theIgnlllg thesigning
signing of legal papers ppe which Van Buren Burendrew Bllr1 Bllr1llrw Burendrew
drew llrw up upAs lp lpA upAs
As A night came cam on the mahogany mhony tablewhich table tablewhich tablewhich
which was last week wef discovered dllvrd in the attic atticwas attc attcw atticwas
was w brought broulht out olt to play Its II part prt In II this thisstrange thl thlatrnp thisstrange
strange atrnp story tory A game rme of cards cad had hld beat besnproposed beatproposed I Ipropoeed
proposed Pariah Prh who was alert Iet and andshrewd andshrewd d dhrewd
shrewd played well wl Van Buren Blr Beare dulled dlled by bya b b10le bya
a long 10le day dy of drink lost steadily teadn Before Bfor BeforeCo I
10 oclock oclok lu the evening he b had however howeverin bowvr I Ila
in spite plt of his bl dulled duled vision Ioa seen 1 two things thingsclearly thln18clerl thingclearly
clearly clerl First Firt So 5000 of his hi gold had been beenpassed beenor beenparsed
passed over the table to Pariah and nd second secondglsnces secondglances cond condIInc
glances IInc of disturbing significance Imllcace had beenexchanged been beenexchanged benucballpd
exchanged between Parish and his 11 fair faircompanion fir fircOlpn faircompanion
lon lonA
companionAs cOlpn companion
As A 10 loodoek oclock sounded Van Buren Burel threw threwdown threwdown threwdown
down his h cards and declared bitterlyIve bitterly bitterlyIve biterly biterlyI
Ive I had enough of gaming My luck luckhat luckh luckhas
hat h turned tllred against nte Je both in cards crd and andin andIn ld ldhI
in love 10 You observe obrve Marie my last gold goldpiece loldpiec goldpiece
piece piec has h gone into yonder yonde shrewd fellow fellowhands lelow lelowhllnde fellows fellowshands
hands You if I you like lk may lylolow follow It ItBut It it itBut
But madams mdm was 1 rather sbamsd bylhiNo bythls bythlsNo b1bl b1blNo
No John she protested quietly qalt you youhave yoabve youhave
have been bn good coo to me m when I needed nnd it itSo itS it itSo
So S in spite of this thl gentlemans adroit adroitflattery adri adroitBattery
flattery ttcry I will wi not leave Iev yon on now that your yourgold yourgold our ourlold
gold is I spent pent That ba ia I she h added unless unlessyou nule nuleyou unlessyou
you ibid Ibid ms msSince lIIeJSln meSince
JSln Since e the lady lad Is I so 1 gentle Iate interrupted interruptedParish latrrupted latrruptedPrlI interruptedParish
Parish PrlI it remains for us I to settle the thematter tb tbmate thematter
matter mate between btwee ourselves Iv Take Tal this til 10 5000 5000I
I have b just hat won Wa front you ou I will wi put up upaa upmucb upu
aa much more against at it We W will wl play playuntil playuntil
Gll until one on of ue has won WOI all Will WI madame madameAbide m1 madamedbide p
Abide Ae by the t outcome oMm of the play playMadame pay payMdlII playMadame
Madame agreed the t coins coin were we deposited depositedIn dplt4 dplt4li
Jp In li her lap I and MM two tw man me with wih a woman womania womanIs
ia Is ft pre stake played 1f until unt a oclock In the themorning a themorning
morning monlnl By B this th1 time tlII Parish had agaiu iU iUI
I
won wo the lawyers Iwy r f Ss < xsl > wlikll wbi 1 ill it he re returned retumd ¬ i
turned announcing anllollcinc hat lir h preferred prdered Id Idclaim t0claim
claim cal the forfeit forrel agreed upon Iphn V Vio 1 Buren t
however who was wa noted notd for hjs hi pride prid re ¬
fused flled the money aud threw it inn Maries Maie
lap as a he left ler the room and drove away wy
through Irdb the wintry wlatr night nightAnd nirbt nightAnd
And Ad Immediately Imnlditely after lfe George Gole Vamh Pa Fat ahi I and andMarie andMarie nd ndMri
Marie Mri Vespucci VeJu d started tartedO on their til ticety journey to toOgdenebuig toodelbUlf toOgdensburg
Ogdenebuig odelbUlf where wbee the t tae e Fetishes Pahe awned wned wnedlarge w t tlarge
large la estates estatesThe ee estatesThe tea teaTe l
The Te mansion IMlon to which the tb Tuscan 1UIRI beauty lieautywaa heut heutwu beautywas
was taken tll I to live lie was for many years ellrs known knownaa kl knot + u uu
aa the Red Villa Via Mr Ir Parish rlh and dld ma madame ia iad madauts
dame d led most mot secluded lives I surrounded surroundedby 8urroalldetlby
by a retinue of liveried liveri serve servants Irv tan t and ald witha with witha wlt
a stable filled 81d with wih blooded 1Ioodlhos horses and a acellar aoUr acellar
cellar oUr of rare rre old wines wnee Madame llllle ft is I re related ro rolte nlate ¬
late lte could culd toss toa off ol glasa 11 after tlr glass Il of ofohampagne ofoire ofobaetfpagrte
ohampagne oire with with wllllpuuitr Impunity and an atwaya away re remained r rlbld reitmined ¬
mained lbld at the ti table fotso fof foll n after afterdinner afterdinnersmoke aCterdiuneramole dhlner dhlnerstoke
smoke stokeA smokeA amole amoleA
A email mal sliver alver matchbox matcbb cenalctr box engraved engraved with withthe wih withthe I
the crest t and ld armorial arlorl1 bearing Mallnl of the Vet Vetpticcl V Vplal Vespuced
pticcl plal family rmiy la among awoll the keertsakes ke keeptiakes k still stillpreserved atl stillpreserved
preserved pr Hr ed by an al Ogdensburg Oitenaburg family fllnily who whowere whotsere I
were Intimate Intmate with her herIly herBy
Ily degrees dgree madam emerged from fron her herretirement berretirelellt herretirement t
retirelellt retirement aud shopped emerie at the village vUlg villa a stores storesor Itoreeor storesor
or took tek the early morning morllg ferry to Prescott PrescottStye treot PrescottSlje
Stye S enjoyed ljoyd a bit of gossip with wll the farm farmel fel farmen
en el ra wives wlvel who brought her he newrnade Irew qude but butter butter ¬ 1
ter te fresh Ir1 eggs en and cream She Illbd had how however 110 110efD itoweves
ever efD the tle temper belonging blonllne to her he race sadcould sad antlcould ntl 1 1coul4
could coul4 terrorize the household bOlllhol1 when she shethoAglit shethot4glitotcasion he hetlglt
thoAglit tlglt thot4glitotcasion occasion olol required requletl She was wa deft deftwith deltwit deftwith
with wit the tb needle leedl and ld all al about but the house housewat houewa housewas
was wa to be b seen the work of her facile facilehands facie facieud facileband
bandAlan hands handsPIC ud l
Alan h occasionally ocall accompanied colupnl Mr lr Parish ParishOH larl1 lsrishdta
OH 011 dta blaftrips to to New York Quebec or Mon Montreat Montat Mowtreat
treat which whlchhe he made lae by coach or sledge sledgewith tledcewih sledgewills
with wih driver drive and audrelaysof w relays relyof of hones ho but blt during
hU Ib frequent fqllelt cud Ind lengthy lelllhy absences Ice her life lifeiliust lfe lfeIIW lifeiuuM
iliust IIW havebeen bn a lonely 101et lonelyoae one Occasionallyshe Occasionally Occasionallyshe Oclonaly
she h had her physician or rector rclor at the thehouse t 1house I Ihou
house hou to dine but gayer layer society she had hadabandoned hadandoned hadabandoned
abandoned andoned altogether orther A famous mou chef chewas chewasemployed he was wasemployed Wa Waemployed
employed in the establishment etabl mn who after afterward after afterward rtor rtorward ¬
ward went back to New York and nd became becamecaterer a acaterer acaterer
caterer of renownBut renown renownBut renownttt
But ttt as time Um went on Oi Marie Vespuccis Vespuccisbeauty Vepucd Vespuccisbeauty a abattt
beauty battt faded dd and nd vanished The Th bitterness bitternessof biter
of this tbl to the woman who had once J teen > een en a akind aItltc akind
kind Itltc of queen quen was we that tlt George Gof Parishs Parishslove Prlab Prlablove Parishslove
love for her ke had died at the same ame time timeAnd tme tmeAnd timeAnd
And when it happened Ilapned that the death of the theprevious theplou theprevious
previous plou holder of the tb title made Parish ParishBaron ParlhBra PariahBaron
Baron Bra von VOI I eftonburg IroabUf he left Ogdensburgand Ogdensburg Ogdensburgand Odenaburc Odenaburcnd
and nd the Tuscan beauty bllt of whom he had hadonce badOlo hadonce
been enamored with without witheut without
once Olo so 1 passionately plollltelt ¬
out a word wordNordidheeverreturn wordNordldhevlreturn wordNor
Nordidheeverreturn Nordldhevlreturn Nor did he ever return She learned leamedfol fromher from fromher
her attorney < orne that she be wu discarded with an anannuity anannuity n nallnuly
annuity allnuly and that everything everyl bad b been ben put putinto plltInto putinto
into the hands hlnd of agents enta to sell U at soon lon lonpble as aspossible aspossible
possible By the tbt terms of the settlement settlementshe settlementshe tUemellt tUemellthe
pble
she he was war not even een allowed to remain rmln in inOgdensburir indnbuIC inOgdensburg
Ogdensburir < dnbuIC but mustlive lutlve in Paris Pr where wherenone wher wherlone wherenone
none lone were Aere er left who knew her le before brore the theglory theglory theglory
glory of her youth had departedShe departed departedShe deprted deprtedSbe
She went during dllrug the early er summer ulmer of
1898 18 but before going she he threw tbrw the tb man mansion manIon manlion ¬
lion Ion open opel and gave gye a garden party Jo to a or orJ
30 J little ltle boys byand and girls girl of the city clt sitting sittingamong alttlagamOg sittingamong
among amOg her flr young guests glllt on the lawn law II and andgiving andgiving nd ndgiving
giving her personal perallal attention attentlm to their en entertainment entertlnment en entertainment ¬
tertainment tertlnment When WIn they went nt to take takeleave tk takeleave
leave of their hostess hote she he took from a small smalltable smalltable mU mUtable
table betide bllide her a pretty prety Rift git for each one onetelling onetellng onetelling
telling tellng the guest guet to keep kep it at a a souvenir luvfnlr of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fete chain clsampetre clsampetreShe petre petreShe petreShe
She died in Paris lri a few w year ealte later laterThe laterThe
The Th Baron Brll von Leftontnirg IConblr lived lv on 01 his hisestates JII JIItat hieestates
estates tat in Germany Grmany until untUhl hit death a few fewyearaago fewyr fewyears
yearaago yr years 1 sgo >
f
THE STREET STRBI FKIR FKIRHeCome FKI FARIRlie I Ile
HeCome le lie Come Conlen With the Ooltl Oltl and ant Tells Tel of ofIlls oCHIl ofIlls
Ills Pards l > ardsand anti
HIl anI Their fhelrJdtle fhelrJdtleGrans Little IlttloGrafts LittleGrafts
Grafts GraftsSome GraftsSam
Some ScnJ have hae for weeks wek back bck been bll seen ael in intown iatow intown
town tow even en making a pitch in desultory dlulory tort tortof aortof sortof
of way but the first are Sntreal real ral influx from cold coldweather coldhe coldweather
weather he country pulled in yesterdsy yterdayth yterdaythere yesterdaythestreet the thestreet
street ere fakir fakirHe fkir fkirH skitHe
He H of the push who made the tb lone Ion pitch pitchworked plt pitchworked h hworlled
worked knife knle sharpeners hapeaer with shoe polish polishaaa pulh pulhIde d dasa
aaa side Ide lineDuring line lineDuring lne i
During a lull lul he said lid he heexpeeted expected peeed to meet meetwarmer meetwarlle meetwarmer
warmer warlle weather weathe in II Wukiu Washington Whlnan a space and andfew andfe andfew
few fe articles artcl for street atret graft lan were ere colder colderthan cotd colderthan r rth
than th lbla lblaVOl his hisYotr < s sYou
You VOl could tell tel he was w an old hand Ilndt at the thestreet thetreet thestreet
street game llle even though he was w working workingthe worklnl workingthe I
the tie knife knle sharpeners hepnen which have been beenworked beeawoke beenworked
worked woke to a limit lmit in II the Wist and North NorthYes NorthY NorthYe
Yes Y Ye if I hed considered cnltered he h would have haveheld hae haeleld haveheld
held leld down Plillly Phty or Plttty pllly for the holidays holidaysPhllly holdya holidayIldlly
Phllly 1117 is II around Christmastide ChdtuItde ever a akind akind akind
kind town to the street men IDn of America AmericaBut AmrlcaDutMveral AmericaButseveral
But DutMveral several weeks is I a long lenJ walt after alr a alayoff alyf alayoff
layoff lyf from following the fairs fairsHe f fatesHe h hn
He n might hit the Charleston fair later late on onbill onInit onbltt
bill they were asking klllg 500 5 oo for any al kind of 01 a aspace ap aspace
space p now nowBig nowBlr nowBig
Big Foot Wallace Yee knew him Ilw Who Whodidnt Whodidnt Whodidnt
didnt that was wa in the game know the thegreatest thereateat theRreslest
greatest reateat of all n taking takinl street men menthe the big bigfellow birIllo bigfellow
fellow Illo who worked a dollar dolr or a five fe dollar dollarpitch dolr dolrpith dollarpitch
pitch pith and who got your lr money Dony at sure ure aa aayou asyou a aYOI
you YOI listened to t himThen him himThen y
Then there threw therewas wat Doc C who head leadquartered headquartered lead leadquartrd ¬
quartered in Phllly Ihmywrmr Philtywacnftprted warmhearted red Doc Docthe Doethe Docthe
the best spieler plele In the th bis bl although not the thegreatest Ibegretet thegreatest
greatest gretet moneygetter 1oneYite Doc D died in Buffib Buf Buffalo Buftlo ¬
falo fib during the Pan show how There was WII WIIIreet a astreet astreet
street Ireet man m1 for you yota 01 a figure Igur of romance romanceamongtt rOlece rOleceanlonct romanceamongst
amongst anlonct men who are possessive p of many manyinrovlng manyInrovillg mistyinroving
inrovlng adventurous dventlroll interesting intaretng pasts pastsMight pt putsRiglit
Might well wel the man with the t sharpenersknew sharpeners sharpenersknew hrpenenklw
knew klw Doc Dthe Docthe the college men with the grand granddiction Irnd Irnddlcol granddiction
diction dlcol the ways wa of a gentleman lnlelllI and who wltodied whodied 0 0dltt
died one even een though tholh he sold Ild tlump tlumpjewelry alllmpjwelry lu p pjewelry
jewelry from the street pitches pich and ld worked workedthe workedtb workedthe
the tb jam fairs 1lr A picture of Doc D he h eould ould bring bringup bringup bringup
up before bore him hlltl humthe the slender man ta1 of 33 3 sty stythe aa1tho saythe
the romantic features featur and nd dark beard white whiteforehead whie whieforhed whiteforehead
forehead foreheadYet forhed forhedYe foreheadYee
Yet Ye he knew Irish Ir1 Jerry and ud Dutch DutchFrits DutcbFrtl DutchFritz
Fritz Frtl who invented street streetgefu trel grafts fll Both Bothwere Bothwere Bothwere
were holding 10 llr dawn dowl Ihilly lhly for X Xmss Xnl nias Jerry Jerryhat Jerryhi Jerryhlu
hat hi a new ae aced one ole lies he going 10111 to kill ki the boys boysdead b boysdead
dead with this tbt In the th dark
dea year r drk aa yet yetI as asis uis
is I Fritis Frit Fritz Remember Renlmber how they thy both bothworked bothwrked bothworked
worked wrked old Billy 81117 IIT Pcunt Ieun town tn last year yearHow yearHow I I IHow
How Jerry Jery brought up about bont steep thou thousands thousands ¬ I Iad
sands ad of second old bottles btt that had done one onelifes 01 onelifes
lifes u work and nd during the holidays hOldyhd hOldyhdd holidayshad holidayshadthe had hadthe
the d towns town e thoroughfaret covered covfred with push pushcart pabo pushcart
cart loads 1od of Parisian Parlaa cologne co with wlb the thescent tb tbt thescent
o scent t on 01 the bottles btU outside oltald 0 yes e the thestreet te tetrelt thestreet
street game it til a great art graft In but bt no no one onegets ouerte oneget
gets rte get done badly badlyFrits bdl bdlPtlla badlyFritz
Fritz Ptlla It going Iln In for toys toy again aii this tbl year yearthe yearthe ear eareJlad
the eJlad kind that tbllookllkl looks like other otler toys His Hishowever HI Hishowever r
bor however relate rl rehue to work workTea wor1 wortYe
Tea Ye Schmitty kbllllt was w still tl in Pittabnrg Pttabrl But Butthe BtttDlallload Butlb
the lb Diamond Is I no af more mO for or a great greatbtildteg Iat f fbUdiig I
btildteg 44111 is going ronl up p there thereStreet tbr thereStreet
Street Irt game pm Isnt nt what It ones oc tics was still stills tl I
J e a piece of money III left If for lo a man an In Ingame II intits
tl tits game gameNow pie pieow gameNow
I t
Now ow while wbU Conaa Congnrrt it at tlf It etppose an anaoptoprimtioa 1
Coapl r
aoptoprimtioa io It I made mad ad to toreel erect a municipal municipaljfcfeple municipalfealplof ulIclp 4 4lplo C
jfcfeple fealplof lplo ef juttlot Jato The Th present at buildings buildingswould IU4In IU4Inwold btildingswoqlddisgrace
would woqlddisgrace disgrace dilrO a Southern 80utbe cltj 011 citzithe la the tb era eraof eraof enof
of reconstruction cnlractlo They TA are a a sdlegnce disgrace dlnce t tthCapitl t0 t0tho c cthfCapiul
thfCapiul thCapitl tho Capilal of the Nation NationI N etion etionr
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