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Jolly JollyCompanvoC Company of Tax Eaters EakersMARRIED EatersMARRIED
Kxcused Until tho Interesting hl crc8t1n Kvcut KvcutTook l 1veutTook vcl1t vcl1tiook
Took PlacorStory llac Story or a Young Yonnicroaplo Youn Younr YoungfoapleHowLyman
roaplo r foapleHowLyman np1aH9L Hpvr Iiyman I1Il ltn Works orks His HisItittltt HisLittle
Little Gnrq GnmodFragedy 3nrnq Tru raAedy ctly ATvortcd VgrteI In InAVhich hiWhich InWhich
Which n Husband Mouclit cJluht tho Hyl HylProm Flvldoneo 14y1donoo
doneo of FnlthlellRIIISH FnlthlellRIIISHFrom
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From time totime to tinge the Guonu 0OOl1ICtu Ono n has pub llyblished 1J1Jblished published
lished the rank favoritism shown bytbe bytbepersons bytbcilersons bytbepersons
persons appointed to oodtloHS on the tem temporary temporarv ternporarv ¬
porarv roll of the Treasury Departtuent DeparttuentThe Dert1t DeperttnemitThe ellt elltThe
The names on that roll will allow haw that It la lacomposed iJIcotnposeq i icompoe
composed compoe mainly of relatives fir proteges protegesmale prot protmale protegesmale
male and female male of officiate of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasufyDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department Assistant AulMaut Secretary Secreal Ailes 411 U and andSpauldlug IttdSpaulding andSpauldiug
Spauldlug Appointment Clerk LyuwH lYIRfIIt1Ie lYIRfIIt1IevIJlunteer thevolunteer the thevolunteer
volunteer officer of the tArmjr l1ltl with an anodious auodios anodious
odious military record Auditor lUttman lUttmanand lUttaanand Uttreanand
and other official are all represented preMn < l by bysons byeon byeons
sons eon or other relatives These youthful youthfulemployes youthfulemployee youthfulemployee
employee with hardly an exception draw drawcomparatively drawcOUlparatively drawK
K comparatively large salaries in no instance instancethe inlllneethe Inetaneethe
the salary not being at least three fold the thesum thesum thesum
sum they could earn in the commercial commercialworld commercialorld commercialworld
world orld Only recently it is reported Ritt Rittman Rlttman Rittman
man to please plea e a petite stenographer of his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office secure secur the appointment of a young youngman youngman youngman
man on the temporary roll in whom it itwas itwas ftwas
was supposed she tooic a friendly interest interestThis intercstThis interestThis
This was some months since and Ole Hieyoung Oleyoung liceyoung
young man would have appeared as the thefriend theCriend thefriend
friend of thejietite the thestenographer stenographer to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time had it not been deemed ex expedient expedlent expedient ¬
pedient for the young woman to inform informRittman InformRittman informRittman
Rittman that he was her ler husband to avoid a ascandal ascandal ascandal
scandal This become imperative otr ac account account account ¬
count of the young womans delicate condi condttion condition condition
tion It is said that there was rather a hot hottime hottime hottime
time for the young stenographer for a while whilebut whilebut whilebut
but Rittman secured her n leave of absence absenceuntil absenceunUl absenceuntil
until it would be advisable for her to again againappear allolnappear againappear
appear at the office and had her transferred transferredto
to another bureau of the Department thus thusavoiding thuaavoiding thusavoidingthe
avoiding avoidingthe the young youngwlfc wife and husband husbiln being beingon
on the same bureau roll rollThis ronThis rollThis
This will be interesting reading to the thenumerous thenumerous thenuneroue
numerous members of Congress who have haveday haveday haver
r day after fte day sought appointments at the theTreasury theTreasury ther
r Treasury Department for worthy veterans veteransof veteransof veteransof
of the Civil and Spanish wars or valued valuedpolitical valuedpolitical valuedpolitical
political workers only to be informed by bythe bylite bythe
the Appointment Clerk tyman that ft WHS WHSimpossible fAil eyesimpossible fAilinlpossible
impossible to grant their requests as ap appointments appointmentA apa ¬
pointments were made by merit and merit meritalone meritalone meritalone
a alone after having passed p < 1l8ed the fraudulent fraudulentCivil fraudulentCivl1 fraudulentCivil
Civil Service concern concernIt conQerIt concerti concertiIt
It is in line to say a few words about the theappointment tileappointment theappointment
appointment division which is presided presidedover presidedover presidedover
over by Charles Lyman a man dismissed dismissedfrom dismissedfrom dismissedfrom
from the Volunteer Army of the Reb Reb1Ion Reb1IonLyman RebillonLyman lHon lHonLyman
Lyman gives out each day what is known as asa asa asa
a list of applicants for presidential appoint appointments appoIntments appointmeats ¬
ments aud in this Lyman shows he is a asmooth nsmooth asmooth
smooth article Thelist The list never contains containsover containsoer containsover
over a half dozen names and is generally generallymade generallymade generallymade
made upof the names of men who havenot have havenot havenot
not a ghost of a show for appointment to toany toany toany
any position so the GLOUB is informed by byan byan byan
an employe of the department The names namesof namesof namesof
of candidates who have the indorsement of ofinfluential ofinfluential ofinfiuemitiai
influential representatives representa ives in Congress Congressnever Congressnever Congressnever
never appear appe r on this list of Lyraans LyraansLynran LymanLynton LymansLyman
Lynran is up to snuff and knows it is dis disagreeable dillasrreeable disagreeable ¬
agreeable to men to have their names on onthat onthat onthat
that list a 88 public mendicants for a job It Itwould Itwould Iti
i would cause cau e him ill will of somebody with withbacking withbacking withbacking
backing and Lyman never gets that if he hecan h hcan liecan
can avoid i His great virtue i 1 is jump jumping jumping jumping ¬
ing on helpless men and women womeni womenwith with no nopull nopun nopull
pull Some day Lyman may be aaked asked for forhis rorhis fori
i his military record recordAnother recordAnother recordAnother
Another sensational lIen ational tragedy with a Wash Washington Walhington Washington ¬
ington headline just missed print last week weekthrough weekthrongh weekthrough
through the foresight fore eight and activity of the theproprietress theproprletres theproprietress
proprietress of one of our family hotels hotelsIn hotetlIn hotelsIn
In this case the thelululted insulted honor was pos possessed pOIsessed poesensed ¬
sessed by the husband of a rather pretty prettyyoung prettyyoul1g prettyyoung
young woman and the Intended subject for forthe rorthe forthe
the coroner a law student The hostelry hostelryis h lelry lelryie
is located not far ar from the Treasury Departwent Depart Department D pIIrt pIIrtment
ment and is patronized extensively by byGovernment byGovernment byGovernment
Government employes male and female femaleAmong femateAmong femaleAmong
Among the number are several scveralloose loose tongue tonguewomen tonguewomen tonguewomen
women of uncertain age who retail the thedoings thedoings thedoings
doings of the hotel at the offices in which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they are employed The young matron was wasevidently wasevldentl wasevidently
evidently evldentl in the good Samaritan liueas line as laid kiddown laiddown laiddown
down by our criminal crlmhlallawversas lawyers as she paid paidthe Jaldthe paidthe
the greatest 2J o of attention to the young law lawstudent lawstudent lawstudent
student who was in his room most of the theday theday theday
day ostensibly studying the philosophy of ofCoke ofCoke ofCoke
Coke am anti Blackstone She realizeduie realized reaUzedllslone reaUzedllslonelomenesa his lone lonetomeness lonesomeness
tomeness and the temptation of the city cityand cityand cityand
and he so young so she kept him company companyto
to warn him of the evils by which he was wassurrounded wassurrounded woesurrounded i
surrounded She kept him too close com company cotnpauy company ¬
pany and the landlady warned her to be bemore bemore bemore
more discreet as a very amiable young youngwoman youngwoma11 youngwoman I
woman was being tried for murder oil ac account account account ¬
count of indiscretion The elderly female femaleemployes femaleemployes femaleemployes
employes of Uncle Sam thoroughly spread spreadthe spreadthe spreadthe
the gossip of what they knew and did not notknow not1now notknow
know until it reached the ears of the hus husband iiueband 1UI 1UIband ¬
band who is also on the payroll of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Government GovernmentHe GovernmentHe
He worked his jealousy to the point of ofsuspicion ofsuspicion C CIUllplcion
suspicion and one day determined to sud suddenly suddenlyappear suddenly ¬
denly denlyappear appear in the forenoon at the young youngmans youngmans youngmans
mans room and then do things if his sue suspicions su suplclous suepiclone ¬
picions were proven true He reached t Qlted the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel about noon but the landlady ever everthoughtful cverthoughtful everthoughtful
thoughtful of the welfare welf lr of her guests guestssaw gllestasaw guestssaw
saw him him first and by a a little active sprint sprinting sprinting printinr ¬
ing made for the young mans room and andthe andthe andthe
the matronly young woman cut s sort ort the themorning themornln themorning
morning mornln service in the good Samaritan act actThe actThe actThe
The husband was a aiittle little delayed by first firstgoing Brstgoing firstgoing
going to his room and then full of wrath wrathjealousy wrathjealousyaud wrathjealousy
jealousy jealousyaud and some Dutch courage made madefor madefor madefor
for the young mans room He did not notknock notknock notknock
knock he just jammed the door in and nndexcitedly andexcitedly andexcitedly
excitedly Inquired for her The youthful youth youthful youthful ¬
ful disciple dlsclptepleaded pleaded innocence of a knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of her herJI Theirate husband poked into intothe Intoth intothe
the th drawers dt wers of the bureau and cupboards of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the wardrobe but her was not there
He left convinced he did not find I IHI li hr r but butnot butnot butnot
not convinced of the young tutus truth truthfulness truthfulness truthfulness ¬
fulness fulnessThe i iThe IThc
The sequel ia 1 two rooms to let with all allthe allthe allthe
the comforts tif t fiotne l otne at a family hotel hotelMiddleaged hote1liiddleage hotelllilddle
I Middleaged llilddle agetl jiifcu pt niCu U of grass widows Wl < tOWII preferred preferredYouug preferredYonn preferredYoung
I Young Yonn tnarriecl married Inard l couples o ples and youthful stu students students students ¬
dents needing spiritual ladvlcc attvl advice e from ruin other othermens othermens othermens
mens wfvfcs wf s riot desiredTlue desired desiredThe desircdThe
The landlady Indicated to the couple to tovacate tovncllte tovacate
vacate and told the young man that while whiteshe whileIlte whileahe
she grieved at the temptations which whichawaited whichawa whichawaited
awaited awa Ited him blmln in this tbl city she could not risk riska
a tragedy in her family hotel by tempting tempt temptingsome temptinglolUe
ingsome ing oiue young matron to take up the worksuddenly work worksuddenly worksuddenly 1
suddenly left off by the departing young youngwoman youngwOlnan youngwoman
woman He has moved too and peace peacereigns peatreigns peacereigus
I reigns in the family hotel hotelIt hotelIt It ItIt
It was thus that the headline to another anothertragedy anotb anothertragedy r rtragedy
tragedy was averted avertedOut avcrtedTVOUICHWIONDCTRLS
L rr rr11TOllIClliIONDC1RLS
Out on a Jamboree jam ree aid audIG1 G lib liberal n neral n neral ¬
eral Sexual Sex aJ Debauch DebauchBYHPHOMANIA D DebauchI bau h hftYMPHOMANIA
With Itll tho Capacity or the These Thoso1wo Thoso1woDatnsols Two TwoDamsels TwuDamsols
Damsels for IbrVll1olUel1 Wine Men and Jtovalry JtovalryFired J ltovolryhired ovol1Y ovol1Y11Ircd
Fired Out of a Down Town Hotel HotelThey JlotelTh hotelThey
They Th y Movo to Anothlrand Another and Continuo Contlniiotho Continuotho Conthtuotho
tho Mad Debauch UcbnucbBtRIts Starts Out Oilt With With
800 to Have a Good Time TimeTills Time TimeT TlmeTimis
Tills T i city has never entertained the equal equalof equalof equalof
of two frolicsome Crotl some young girls from Richmond Rich Richmond Ricbmond ¬
mond Va who up to Wednesday painted painteda paln d da
a down town hotel a cardinal red and were werefinallv werefinallv werefinally
finallv compelled to strike tents and move moveto moveto moveto
to another anlther hostelry up town They are areneither areuelther areneither
neither of them over twenty yearn eare of age ageand ageand ageand
and they exhausted the drummers drUt1 Ulers and andsporty andsporty andsporty
sporty individuals always on the look look out outfor outfor outfor
for soft things arouuda around a hotel A few ew of the theindividuals theIndividuals theindividuals
individuals who tried to keep the pace with withthe withthe withthe
the Virginia girls gldsarc are lying up for repairs repairsand repl1lrand repairsand
and present the woebegone appearance of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men on a protacted honeymoon honeymoonThe honeymoonThe honeymoonThe
The two young female roysters kept keptopen keptopen keptopen
open house at their first hotel and men menwere UlCnwere utcnwere
were as free to come and go to their room roomat roomat roomat
at all hours of the late evening and night as asthose asthOlc asthose
those with money who visjt south of tie iheavenue il1eavenue tieavenue
avenue No money wai wa required qulred to visit visitroom visitrOOm visitroom
room 186 186anythh anything9 Krtheisemblance tYi of a anll anano
nll nano wtatkadi wtatkadiuts 4 df U f t t M rll1 II I st 16bt1in l t thappy in ofLlu of
Llu 11 t tY uts gltJtp tW1Ko1 lb im4 n ti td e tIt tItIIer 11 ly
happy when shINllC1dadu sWfrfl61d slf J1 1d > aui6n a ib1 tt ih i iHer hi1 hi1T
Her arms wefN weftJKtJpWpriTtyfull weNll lthpt hstiltiutl fte7ty lull t 8 tPrffN > i7tfrtPw i7tfrtPwdays r T 11tL < w wdaye wdays
days and nfftttuVtfie nifh11V nf 1Ey91ieimmlieonil fu ttid d Wr HonttfcMon HonttfcMonsport 1o on onsllort ansport
sport puttMi r > rit r at roVSril ro t IsS 8t Bo S WsrVthe WsrVtheladies ldtitEu iff he heladles heladies
ladies stomachs Ami AtttliheltUoniathi tliefi thesNMod son1a6h aeb were weresomething tt re resometblng resomething
something ptiwiomenal plattoiuenalfoabftytmoY fbr7 afcitjVjf abirjI1 r hit hitkinds hllkinds illkinds
kinds of ItqUdr from an absMthVeflckVail absMthVeflckVailto Ablt thie2ifckduil thie2ifckduilto tllc i8cktall i8cktallto
to plain whiskey xvhiakeyRunning whiskeyRunulng whiskeyRunning
Running around the halls of the hotel in intheir Intheir intheir
their robes dc nuir and inviting men or orrather orrather orrather
rather putting men into their room excited excitedthe excitedthe excitedthe
the wrath of the hotel h tel watchman and he hereported hereported huereported
reported at the office ffice But the office offi e was wasunable wa waunable W3unable
unable to totally suppress the Richmond Richmondgirls Richmondgirls j jgirls
girls hilarity Finally by a ruse the cl cldrk cldrksecured < 5f tk tksecuredthefr k i isecured
secured securedthefr their departure on Wednesday by
informing one of the young ladies that a arelative arelative arelative
relative of hers was expected at the hotel hotelWednesday hotelWednesday hotelWednesday
Wednesday night or Thursday morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The young ladies packed their trunks and andhad andbad andhad
had them sent to the depot pretending that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were going back to Richmond but butsuch butsuch butsuch
such was not their intention for when the theporter theporter theporter
porter returned with the checks the girls girlstipped girlstipped girlstipped
tipped him him to have the thetnmks trunks sent to a cer certain certaln cerlain ¬
lain up town hotel where they themselves themselvestended thetltselvelanded themselveslanded
landed later on onAn onAn onAn
An informant i fornaut of the GLOBE who dallied a abrief abrief abrief
brief space pacewith with the festive pair gives this thislurid tbislurid thislurid
lurid account of the high jenks and capers capersthey caperllthey capersthey
they started in with at the latest hostelry hostelryhonored ho hostelryhonored telry telryhonored
honored with their distinguished presence presenceSaid presenceSaid presenceSaid
Said he IseI heI heI
I have been as a traveling man up upagainst UIIagainst upagainst
against many hot affairs but these two twogirls twogirls twogirls
girls overlap anything I ever experiencedThey experienced experiencedThey experiencedThey
They started from Richmond with t800 8oo to tohave tohave tohave
have a agood good time They Iileyare are both bo h young youngwell younRweU youngwell
well bred handsome and highly educated educatedone educatedonc educatedone
one of them being a graduate of the Nash Nashvllle NahvUle NaPovllie
vllle Seminary They informed me that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they had been to Philadelphia and Baltimore Balti Baltimore nl11tlwore ¬
more before coming to Washington Washlugtonfheir Washlugtonfheiractions Theiractions Their Theiractions
actions talk and general capacity for any anygame anypille anygame
game from drinking to anything and ev every eVCirything everything ry rythhijr
thing else on the program of sport aston astonished IUItoniebed eaton eatoniehed ¬
ished even an old stager like myself I Ipromised Ipromlsetl Ipromised
promised to visit them them at their new hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and when I got their theirI I found they had cap captured captured captured ¬
tured two men already and were enjoying enjoyingthemselves enjoylugthemsolves enjoyingthemselves
themselves The new hotel tumbled to the thegame thegame thegame
game and at midnight shut off the liquor liquorbut liquorbut liquorbut
but the girls were equal to the emergency emergencyFront emergcncyFroul emergencyFront
Front their hand satchels each dame hauled hauledout hauledout hauledout
out a seated bottle of whiskey and bottle bottleof bottlei bottleof
of port wine Cutting pigeon wings withsklrta with withskirts withskirts
skirts A LA vaudeville they invited the thetwo the thetwo fte ftetwo
two males to liquor up and when I left thedouble the thedouble tileI
double couple were having a roaring time timeI
I promised to call again but the pace is too toohot toohot toohot
hot and I am going over to Alexandria to torest torest torest
rest up a day or two twoThese twoThese twoThese
These two demosielles are it is I alleged allegedmember anelredniembenl allegedmembers
member of respectable Richmond families familiesHow CamlUesHow familiesHow
How they could have degenerated into such suchundisguised suchundlgulMd suchundisguised
undisguised depravity ia i a mystery for as asstated asstaled asstated
stated neither young lady Is over twenty twentyyears tweatyyear twentyyears
years of age They are described as more morethan morethan moretitan
than passably good looking richly and ex expensively expensively cxpeneively ¬
pensively dressed and spending spending money like likea
a race eourse bookmaker after a heavy heavystrike Jteavystrike heavystrike
strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The girls took off the key of 186 to keep keepas
as a souvenir of their pleasant plea ant visit at their theirfirst theirfirst theirfirst
first hotel and the up u town hostelry is iagiven isgiven isgiven
given a tip to look out for key tall or that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will be missing missingThe mlellngTlte missingThe
The GLoats GLOB has the names of these th two twofierce twotierce twofierce
fierce female sports filed 61edawayforrtfetence fitedawayfor away for reference referenceshould referenceshould
should relatives or friends interested Intere lted in intheir intheir
their shqrt stay in Washington want further furtherparticulars furtherparticulars
particulars of their extraordinary escapade escapadeIn
In consideration alone for the families of ofwhich ofwhich
which they alleged themselves to be mem members memobers members ¬
bers we refrain from publishing their theirnames theirnames
names or at least the names they signed signedon
on the hotel registers
The Clues and Theories Which WhichHave WhicbHave WhichHave
Have Been Exploded ExplodedNO ExplodedNO
The 1110Assnssina Aesnfwlna ASS Blilus Discovery DlfcovoryA A Word o11l In InJustice InJustlce inJustice
Justice to tho Police otlco Department DepartmentTho DoPnrtmtnttPita 0111 1toll 1 1 1Tho
Tho Condition of ortlto the Victim VlctlnHuul anti thu thuImprobability thuImprobability J JI I
Improbability That hQt Sho Gun Throw ThrowAny ThrowAny 1 1An
An Any Light on the SulleotTho SulleotThoGlobes Subject Tho ThoGlobes t
Globes Comment CommentsThe CommentThe 1 11he
The murderous miscreant who Assaulted AssaultedMm Mllaullec1Mrs assaultedMrs
Mrs Ada Gilbert Detinfa DltUuf tettll sm < 11 11tlUv attaiga fe fetagc
taiga tlUv and no other otll r clue to iiis or htl htlidentit Itt
identity identit developed the past pa t week weektJlfltt titan the thesuspicion the81tllpiclon timeamapieibn
amapieibn suspicion attached to a suicide named jmmeUPresley DllIl1 DllIl1P namedrfiresley
Presley P sley who resided next door to the Den DLnnil Dennis DtlIfli ¬
nil fli residence attdwuo it is i alleged had hadhy a akey akey
key which fitted the front door of Mrs MrsBeanie 7drlDea MrsDeailts
Beanie Dea residence resldeu e Further developments develojmelllalotlr dvelopmentaalong
along this line are looked for by the police policeitwetuuch policehlumuelt policeInasmuch
Inasmuch as a it has been discovered that thatwhile thatwbf10 thatwhile
while Presley lived in a Texas town tow two twoyoung twoYOtlRg twoyoung
young girls were mysteriously murdered 1Inlrd d hi itttheir hitheir hitheir
their bed beds and the murderer has never been beendiscovered beeudlllCOvered beendiscovered
discovered Whether the police will ever eversucceed everaucceed eversucceed
succeed In making the dead Presley out a averitable avuitable averitable
veritable Jack the Ripper remains to be beseen beseen beeseen
seen The fact however remains reltud that t t Mr MrDennis I1ra I1raDennla MrDennis
Dennis was murdered for there is no hope hopeof hopeof hopeof
of her recovery in her bed and that so 0 far farnot fatnot farnot
not a single arrest has been warranted by byany byany byany
any information informRtionln in n the possession pO HfMhm of the theauthorities meauthorities theauthorities
authorities The GLOBR does doc not Want nt to tounreasonably tounreallOtlably tounreasonably
unreasonably endow the authorities with withsupernatural withdupernaturat withsupeniatmiral
supernatural powers The They arebnt ore but human humanafter lum humanafter tI tI1ft
after 1ft t nit lire the balance balal ce ofns of us and advatve advatvecriticism udveieeritidisnt dY Ju Jucrlti
criticism crlti fstt1 on on their failure to capture or din dincover di discover M Mcover
cover the inhuman monster who assaulted assaultedMrs a assaultedMrs aultrl aultrlMrs
Mrs Dennis should be drawn with thin thinweakness tbiKwenkl1e thisweakness
weakness wenkl1e 6 in view of our common common human hUlllanUnlitntfonfl humanlimitations humanlimitations
limitations limitationsThere UnlitntfonflThtre limitationsTberearentsnyanld
There Tberearentsnyanld are many and numberless numbel caseH c eases llCM in inthe illtlte intime
the book of undiscovered murderers and andunsolved all11uusolvel andunsolved
unsolved crimes crln c equalling the Demi Demimystery Dennis Dennisutyatery Derni4tUV
mystery tUV tery hence there ther In IIUIU no call for any par particular Iartlcular particular ¬
ticular condemnation of the Washington Washingtonauthorities WanRtonauthorities Washingtonauthorities
authorities On general principles how however however however ¬
ever the criticism applies that certain trrortoiu taln pre preliminary pr prIhl1lnary preltutittary ¬
liminary precautions or rules rute were not ob observed obsetved observed ¬
served by the police on the first discovery discoveryof
of the murder And hi this only are aretlty they Itt Ittfault atfault t tfault
fault Whether the observance of tii tiiusual U Uullual1Heth04iill rile rileusual
usual ullual1Heth04iill methodsiii sucH eases H would have reaultetlthitferently re resultetf relfu1trtl1Ufemtly
sultetf lfu1trtl1Ufemtly Differently or offered a clue widehWpld4lc whlcfv whlcfvwpul4 wwcrrw
Wpld4lc wpul4 w UAW M l Wlyto the IItt Olatwetv 4IirMM ofWi ofWisaasin et 1 1QtI8ht ya yaasesin
saasin is i HWJ of or f Course but a mutter of ofcon I IcottJeotirW I
cottJeotirW cottJeotirWThe cotljecttMThe con jecttiW1 jecttiW1The i II
The Police Department I > epartl1lel1t all must concedeleas concede concedehas i I
has redeemed itself to a certain extent in inth2 I Ithe Iu
the u vigor intelligence and unceasing energy energywith I Iwith Iwith
with which it has applied itself it ell to the un minravelling unravelling Ubravel1ltlg j
ravelling of the mystery mYMterynd and the discovery discoveryof
of the assailant of Mrs Dennis Dennislivery Dit1UItvery Dennislivery
livery cine has been followed up upwitb upwitbpalnlltaking With Withpainstaking withpainstaking
painstaking care and ev evet every ry theory has been beenconsidered beenconsidered beenconsidered
considered weighed and noted upon Tit Titpolice The Thepolice tItpolice
police can do no more and to do less h 811 would wouldproperly wouhtproperly wouldproperly
properly subject them to criticism Ilntt Ilnttcars lint lintcare Untanr
care anr must ba b taken ami the cotnuion ameni amenities anwonitlesoblierved anienitiesohtlervedof ¬
tlesoblierved ties observed of not Indulgiugin Indulging in tutlscrhuinate Indiscrimi Indiscriminate lndiscrinmivale ¬
nate abuse or criticism cr tfcist1t of the pdtlce for the thevery thevcry thevery
very good undsdfcient and sufficient s fficlent reason that men on ona onn ona
a tension and in the t he exertion of every everyfaculty evHryfaculty every everyfaculty
faculty they theypoue88 possessmust must not be driven to todesperation todeepemtlon todeaperadom
desperation or demoralization which in inthis inthll inthis
this instance is I the same thing thin On the thecontrary thecontrary thecontrary
contrary the police should be encouraged encouragedand eucourredand eucouregedand
and aided by the lawabiding and whether whethertheir whethertheir whethertheir
their efforts result in failure or success successthese successthese ucceSllthelle
these efforts honestly put forth tII umnatbr umnatbrappreciated must IIMt be beappreciated beappreciated
appreciated instead of condemned How Howelse Howeltle Howelse
else does the community expect to be beserved beserved beserved
served intelligently faithfully and cheerfully cheer cheerfully cheerfully ¬
fully by itsservanU if these servants who whoare whoare wlinate
are on a strain and overworked are to he hefiguratively I Ifiguratively irefiguratively
figuratively lucked cuffed and abused abusedSo abulfedSo abusedSo
So mnch neb in justice ju tlce to the police depart department department departmeet
ment and tld the officials directing the same sameAs 1I11I1IeA saneAs
As A to the mystery itself aud the victim victimthereof vict1tllthereof vlctimthereof
thereof there has been but little compara comparative comparatlve comuparetive ¬ i
tive change or development since the last lastissue la lasthsue t tIIue I
issue of the GLOBK Mrs Mr Dennis cannotrecover cannot cannotrecover cannotrecover
recover and due principally to her correct correctlife correctlife correctlife
life and splendid vitality acme he has fought foughtwith Coughtwith foughtwith
with death beyond even the predictions or orhopes orhopes orhopes
hopes of the tit physicians physiciansThe phyielansThe physiciansThe
The theory that she had a secret lover is isabsurd isnbsurd isabsurd
absurd M ia to the equally untenable one that thatthis tl1attltis thatthis
this lover to vel is the assailant If she had a asecret aecret asecret
secret lover lIe would unquestionably with withhis withhili withIds
his other vices have the one of avarice avariceand avarlceand avariceand
and he would not have neglected the op opportunity oppottul1lty opportuuity
portunity to have gratified this passion in inthe inthe inthe
the appropriation of the money and valu valuable valuable valuablee ¬
able so easily obtainable It is I much more moreprobable ntoreprobable moreprobable
probable that even the Presley theory is iscorrect Iscorrect iscorrect
correct although the GLOBE has but little littlefaith littlefa1th littlefault
faith in this suggestion su gCIJtlon or solution I < IluUon of the themystery tltemystery themystery
mystery mysteryKven mysterytven mysteryJtven
Kven supposing that Presley was the theeccentric theeccentric timeeccentric
eccentric and peculiar character he is now nowrepresented nowrepresented nowrepresented
represented to be j and that inasmuch Ina muth as he hehad Jlehad hehad
had resolved reol ved on suicide and actually carried carriedout oamedout carriedout
out his resolution does do any sane person persondeubt penondeullt persondeubt
deubt but that such a charaetrwould character would leave leavebehind leavebehlud leavebehind
behind him the evidences of o his hl murderous murderousassault mun1crouMll4ult tuur4Krousassault
assault instead of the verses and the U relics relicsfound relleafound relicsfound
found He could no more resist the ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to his vagrant imogImm imaghmUoit lm lfJuatlolt 1olt of solving in inhis Inhis inhula
his last moments Uii this mystery presided tewf ed lie liewas hewas liewas
was the eccentric and tetl emtiu Igsena ane indi individual hdividual individual ¬
vidual he is represented as bejftig betU thou he hecould hecould hecould
could conquer the impulse it U UjhicJi letl drove drovehim dronhim drovehim
him to selfmurder selfmurderNo
No the GLoBS dispute thi tft thje theory on onthe ontbe onthe
the very very grounds advnuaadforitewtnhlfeh advnuaadforitewtnhlfehinent advnueed foritnthtablisb foritnthtablisbmeat tI1t tI1tl1
meat l1 ent We still adhanOo adhere 1 U thlit belt b balfef lter that a awoman awoman awoman
woman committed the assault A a > > 1f ana that tb t the themotive themoUve themotive
motive which dehumanized del1um tdlill4 lie tilt wee waaR waaRVENORI viseRtivslroni R RVKMOB
VKMOB VENORI Let the autlforJUM autIrortn pefrtteHlly ptifettfitentlyfollow pefrtteHllyfollow cit8tteul1yfollow
follow out this line of titougjt Utougfit nI U 1 which we weunderstand weunder weunderstand
understand under tand they bellev I r In Ii ami thoroys thoroystery thmyatery tliamystery
tery may be solved sol yei in the tic itTdeovwy ttCOlllt eE the theassailant tilea theassailant
assailant 1 a aallant The fatally fatal1tlnJured injured woman wenlanalthough womanalthough yenianalthough
although I having had periods ped da of ttneftlous ttneftlousnesa esISeusnees
nesa I in the hospital hag lIa sa < 11 Apr fa ffl fljtltd Ud d or orbeen orbeen orbeen
been 1 unabje to throw any fltttr11 tigttt flp > OrJ l1 time Uiecause Ulecause timecause
cause 4 of the assault 1I8 Qult or Olatttutfil tfttm nam1R htt i person personwho personwho CrlOn CrlOnwbo
who committed it Whoever Wlmooyortlitastaetti Wlmooyortlitastaettimay thjt assassin assassinmay
may I be he or she has spent A baUwetk WdW lk in inthe Inthe inthe
the t fear of the disclosure dlsct < ltl rt1l tjffr tjtiysinjured tjtiysinjuredwoman Inuredwoman Injured Injuredwoman
woman might have hav made ntad to btlcrntowents Its Jrent moment tuent tuenti i
qL of s eq < HJ douBness That this fear has not notejlplftd notflf
ejlplftd of flf Fltl d a 1 confession is due to one of two twoftThe twofrthe twoTime
ftThe Time assailant assailautistrotimitime is notiu the cltyi city 2 or orhe orhejngfftere be beJQghere benlthere
JQghere kndwsthat MrsDennis MrsDeanis cannot name nameUper namet
Uper t person pereon on who assaulted her inasmuch as asitRgblpw asv
4 v itRgblpw filo blow was delivered while the victim victimept vlcUnt
ept t which whIch rendered her unconscious and andte amidie
Ifoje te to dither cither grapple with or recognize recognizefer recognizef4lsasstt1
er fer Assassin Indeed it Is more than doubt doubtful d01btulwhether doubtmil ¬
ful ulwhether mil whether even in u the event of the return returnof returnr
a of r the be full faculties of Mrs Dennis she can canJilt1t
Jilt1t jiaute iianie her assailant or know any of the cir cirQUfuatances cirOU cirouhtstances
QUfuatances OU utahces of her assault And possibly
lfo 111t fact has been discovered already and andfieh1J ands
s 1 Beinj jolr kept from from th the r public with the hope hopem hopew
w m n t tire assailant will weaken and confess confessjjlfclf confesstt confessIb
Ib tt jjlfclf if Mrs Dennis Dettnillis is unable even when whenHBOHpoioii9 whenlWlt whencp
HBOHpoioii9 cp lWlt m ololts to name her assailant the person perconMhodelivered persontiotieliverrd
tiotieliverrd Mhodelivered 11e1ivertd the murderous murderousblows blows ia fully fullyatvfite ClIllyotVare allya
a atvfite vatc of the reason why without that fact factbahife factbl factb
bahife b ilk it announced nnnouncclin in the press pressTsjpffc preesIf pressmystery
Tsjpffc bl If mystery is therefore therer r not likely of ofiffjtnjdiate ofI ofbdiate
iffjtnjdiate I ed bdiate late solution and the th titepublic public PUl > 1fC ututtt be bered b bred bered
red and ma make e aU proper allowances allowanceste
te delay elllY by the police in running tU lIlnl itni4 It ItThe Itthe
ni4 The police department departln nt if fa doing itst its itstoj
1 toj tttand t t and that fact will be accepted by the thePtitbHc tlteluiiHc theptrbic
luiiHc PtitbHc as sufficient for the present presentDetectives presentetoctlvos presentDetoetivas
Do Not
Detectives etoctlvos That Do Not Drbnct DrbnctSunday nfteotB4jlm hrtuat64iIo
I B4jlm Sunday Globgust Glob Gtottfust Gl Glin
gust in a few words about Washingtons Washingtonssplendid Wahingtonp Wasimimugtonsepheitdid
splendid p did corps of softshoe men nieuthe nieuthelain the theplain theIu
plain lain Iu clothes boys boy by courtesy called calleddetectives caUeddelltctIVtI calleddeeeetivea
detectives Back Vidocqt Back Old OldSleulh OldSteqth OldStetah
Sleulh Back Nick Carter Back Sherleek Sher Shertock SherIock
tock Holmes oltnel I Back Ba k to the woods all of ofyoufor ofOJor ofyapfor
youfor the lle brilliant achievements of Syl Sylvesttf Sylutd Sylvee
vesttf vee and Boardmaus bunch of head hunt hunters hunters hunters ¬
ers tftske ke your exploits look like the pinch plnehingtf pinchhliM pinchlag
ingtf lag Ofa a panhandlerthsy panhandler panhandleru1o pblla dler dlernht
u1o they not weave weaves a net about bout the form formOf CormQrtft formof
Of Qrtft the Ken Kenmore more lady and force for her to con confWMttud conrapd coiltoM
fWMttud toM aPd compel Hunt to ° arrest arre t her Cer14111k Cer Certelnlf CerC1k
telnlf they did Brilliant workl Pretty Prettywdrlt Prettywftf Prettywdt
wdrlt wftf wdt t After Aftert11e the Dennis assault 8flult did not the theVatltaM thel thevahi
VatltaM vahi l t aut aim chesty Sylvester promise scum aensaUoiialflrrests sensaI1a1Itrest scumtQtlaiAl7esta
Uoiialflrrests I1a1Itrest that would shake K street streetatulfWlbe IItreettiit streetamid
atulfWlbe amid tiit time e other parts of blase Washington Washingtontoiiti Wl18hlngtoni
toiiti to iyer i er r with awe and beat its chest in inMltffr InHI inage
Mltffr HI age Certainly he did And didnt his histtitribOnen hislil lrismar
mar ttitribOnen lil HItl menn dog the footsteps of the man manbooze mannexl mannext
nexl next orpoor q poor Presleyfuost probably probablyftltc
ftltc alt altw altOf w Of ub booze oote suicide s sneideuntiLheshuffled sneideuntiLheshuffledoit lcldeuntilhe until he shuflled shuflledortal sllumedQt
Qt oit ortal ttal r ate colt it just as they were about aboutin aboutto aboutto
to in 111 u Ah what a thrilling escape Ihe I Ifle
fyhe fle gas tubel But our detectives detectivesat
at t work and will W1180011 soon unravel the theOnly
1 1 Only give them time timeglve timeglvef give givelots
1 f lots III of time Oh yes only give theptIre them themHlve
Hlve he them a good long Ion g time tlmeobout tlmeoboutIll about aboutSJftW
tAaDorsey A iW Dorsey Fault once remarked remarkedWwhitiKton remar remarkedashiugton ecl eclallhill1tton
WwhitiKton allhill1tton detective gathers pthenlno no noose noosei mesfl6HRIOUS mMit4k
4k A 6HRIOUS UROU 6HAQff 6HAQffAxninst
Axninst Hon Wm Loch Lochran ran Whioh WhiohJIns WhlohI 1Vhioblifts
lifts Just Come to Light LightThe LIhtI LightThe
The GLOUR has been put in possession of ofj orthe oftime
the proofs that on the i6th or if 17th th day of ofMay ofMav ofMay
May 1896 the last day of his rule In the thePension thePlnslonureau timePenslonilureau
Pension Plnslonureau Bureau having been appointed a aUnited aUnited aUnited
United States judge by his master Grover GroverClevelapd GroverClevelapd GroverCleveland
Clevelapd the Hon William tocliran sent senta
a messenger mimsaieuger down to the Stationery Di Division DIv Division ¬
vision v ioll and and ordered that a set of the Re Rebellion RelIellion Rehellion ¬
hellion Records over one hundred volumes volumesand volumesand volumesand
and about twentyfive twenty five maps which had been beenfurnished beenfurnlsllcd beeryfurnished I
furnished the office for the use of the em employes em employed employes ¬
ployes by the Interior Department should shouldbe IIhouldbe shouldbe
be packed in several boxes that helind helindmade he11al1mlde he had hadmade
made of Government lumber by the ear carpenters earpenters earpentera ¬
penters employed by the Government and andshipped audshipped andshipped
shipped by United States express to his hishome hishome hishome
home in Minneapolis at the name lam time timefurnishing tittleurnishlng timeuruishing
furnishing labels under the frank of Honk HonkMr lionMr Honbir
Mr Mercer of Nebraska thereby th reby cheating cheatingthe eheathlSCthe cheatitmgtime
the express company comJI t1y out of their charges chargesHe charesUe chargesHe
He had just been 1 > een furnished with a set setbound setbound
bound in half sheep with his name nicely nicelyprinted nicelyprinted nicelyprinted I I
printed hi gold on their Backs Imck by I > Y Hoke HokeSmith HokeSmith HokeSmith
Smith Two sets set were being b ibg furnished to tothe tothe
the office as they were printed and part of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them were stamped with the words Pen Pension PeulIibn Pensibn ¬
sion Bureau on them The boxes cattime coal coalthe I
the Government net less than 12 for formaterial formaterial formaterial
material and labor laborThe laborTime
The Hon William Loehran made poor poorpreparations poorpreparations I
preparations to be a judge in this thl seques sequesterating segileaterating
terating government property Now what whatis whatis whatis
is he beor or tjic government overnment going to t do doabout doabout doabout
about it I I1M
Is This True TrueA T uc ucA
A lady shoplifter who stated that that she shewas shewas shewas
was an employe of the Pension Bureau for forfeited forfeited forfeited ¬
feited her collateral in Police Court Friday Fridaymorning Fridayutornlpg Fridayumornipg
morning last She was eaught in a departspent depart department d part part1J1ent ¬
spent ment store and a purse two books and a afountain afountain afountain
fountain pen found on her person Sent to tothe tothe tothe
the House of Detention she secured her re release reo reoleae release ¬
lease on on tS deposit as collateral This she shehas sheha shehas
has ha forfeited as stated statedThe statedThe statedTime
The comedy of Why Smith left Home Homeis Honmeis
is to be supplemented we understand undlr tand on onthe ontht ontime
the vaudeville stage by Why Smith Left Leftthe Loftthe Lefttime
the PoetOffice Department DepartmentThere DepartmentThere DepartmentThere
There aught to be no distinction made madein madeIn madein
in the th eolor of the American skin whose whoeowner whoseowner whoeeowner
owner Ja s an applicant for office by the po political poIItical political ¬
litical natty p rty Indebted for it its long lease of ofpower ofpower ofpower
power to the colored vote voteBishop voteB voteBishop
Bishop B hop Arnett it strikes the QutBR OlQ a be belenga 1Hlenp belengs
lenga Id t t4 the church militant or tttlier the thechurch thechurck timectmrck
church of political spoils It doetl do d seem out outof outof outof
of place in a bishop to mix itt it and hustle hustlearound ltult1earound hustlearound
around like a ward heelerIn heeler heelerIn heelerIn
In the new center piece of our title head headthe l1eadtht headthe
the QLOBE very appropriately revolves revolvesaroua rltvQlvesarouu4tbc revolvesaround
around aroua arouu4tbc < Jthe the Capital pital of thin NJton N4l l1 In Inother Inother Inother
other mm y tU the Capital of tile t1t United tlnltedState UnitedStat UnitedStates
State Stat Mpjplea Q Q4 lee the center of the th etth e rth and andchain andchai andchatoartfpattention
chai chatoartfpattention chain tfif tJtt > attention of a circling cffQf II world worldMwrflff worldt worldlCttfctw111 worldMurt
Mwrflff Murt lCttfctw111 will out outbaffi baffle the sleuths un unless anless ¬
less tI1 tfttitfniuwl naft1 Tntittal inal is afflicted with toothache toothacheA i iA
A majatts mtti mtirtl t i1I toothache will tonpJcs r Jte the therfl timetimkt I Itimkt
timkt 1ainfully mile at a sJTht Jmtl1l1 le and andeled andelect
elect rs rfl There is i stllligp stilt iIt igpr trP how howlie however howevery
ever every lie h theory of sdfJttflfated s ed1f 1ttI1J + INpiated tcd in inne injnri injurl >
jnri 11 ne e untenable u teoable that the much Iltuchwl hiuclrwanted muchiVldusl
wl wanted tilla iVldusl hillal will visit sIL Jteadquarters Jidql4rwrlod
mad cod c n Ses i ip I
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Their Evil Has Another Illus Illustrati6n IIlustrati Illustration
trati6n trati n In Dyrenforth Divorce DivorceALLEGATIONS DivorceALLEGATIONS DivorceALLEGATIONS
Charged Her Uc Husband the th Coin CoinninndirlitChiaf Comomu Coinnut
ninndirlitChiaf mu ndorinChiornrtholuiun nclarolnCh lofoftho of tho Union Voter Voterana cter cterans ctc ctcuns
ana Union With lth Cruelty C1nolt Adultery AdultcrybtrkThe AdulteryKto Aclnltery111to
btrkThe Kto Thfc Th Commander Petition lotitlpntor PetitionV
fl tor V r J jvprc > lvprco Answered With Serious SurlouaCharges SeriousCharge ScrlmIBOharlto
Charge Against Hlinsoir and a De 1ovial Denial nonlal ¬
vial of ot Those 111011I0 lie Mndo Against AgainstMrs AllduBtMrs AgnlnntMrs
Mrs Dyron Dyrcnfolth DyrcnfolthGeueral DyronforthGeneral forth forthGeneral
General Robert Rob rt G Dyrenforth Cow Commanderinchief CowluanderInchlef Cowmauder ¬
mauder manderinchief in ehief of the Union Veterans VeteransUnion VeteraoaUnion VeteraueUnion
Union ia up II > against it hard and fast A few fewweeks Cewweeks fewweeks
weeks ago he hI filed a petition for divorce divorcefrom cJI divorcerout vorce vorceh01i1
from rout his wife making serious ria us allegations allegationsagainst alltptlonsApitlt allegationsagainst
against hi better half halfThe balfThe halfThe
The GLOBB at the time in deference to tothe tothe tothe
the position held by General Dyrenforth D renforUt re refrained reo reofralned reframed ¬
framed from noticing his hi domestic trouble troublehoping troublehoplnr troubleshoping
hoping they might blow over over and either an anamicable anamicable ansudcable
amicable lIettl settlement ule1t or a quiet legal separa separation sepsrCtiou lepan lepandon ¬
don be effected But the answer 1l1wer of MM MMDyrenforth M MDyrenforlh MmsDyrenforb
Dyrenforth filed the past week destroys destroysthis de destroysthis tr01s tr01sthis
this hope and the matter will be brought to toan 10n toan
an n issue in the divorce courts hence the theGLOBB thetOBtc theGLoan
GLOBB tOBtc seeing no further cause for silence silencegives silencegivel silencegive
gives as a a matter of news the present status statusof statuof statueof
of the case caseMrs caseltllll caseMrs
Mrs Jennie Dyrenforth the past week weekthrough weekthrough weekthrough
through Attorneys D W Baker and Wilton WiltonJ WiltonLambert
J Lambert filed her answer to the bill for fordivorce fordivorce fordivorce
divorce recently filed against her by Gen GenRobert GenRobert GenRobert
Robert G Dyrenfortb Mrs Dyrenfortbdemiiesthat Dyrenfortb Dyrenforthdenies Dyrenfortbdenies
denies demiiesthat that she has ever behaved in n any anyother anyother anyother
other way than a wife should She declares declaresthat declarelltbat declaresthat
that complainant has always been of an anirritable anIrritable anirritable
irritable disposition and frequently con conft1d conft1dto conflledto fir d dto
to his bed during which time she alleges ahlegessite allegesshe allegessheha
she sheha has always given him every ever every attention attentionand attentlouand attentionand
and h hasnursed has snured nursed him It Is denied that any anyseparation anyseparation anyseparation
separation existed for a number of years yearsMrs yearsMrs yearsMrs
Mrs Dyrenfortb asserting that notwith notwttimstanding notwithstanding notwlthstanding ¬
standing the complainants ungovernable ungovernabletemper ungovernabletemper ungovernabletemper
temper and cruel treatment she was only onlyabsent onlyabsent onlyabsent
absent from him when necessary to educatetheir educate educatetheir educatetheir
their children She says that not only has hascomplainants bascomplaluants linecomplainants
complainants treatment been intolerable intolerablebut Intolerabltbut intolerablebut
but that he has assaulted and injured her herand hersnd herend
and ia a now endeavoring she says to hu humiliate humlUete humiliate ¬
miliate her herShe herSkedetue6 tierSkedenmes
Skedetue6 She denies that Itt she ever ver used intoxica intoxicating Intoxhmtl
ting tl h ughiquor g liquor to success lIuece or continuously c9ntluouI or ortat orUlat orthat
tat she Jd induced td in profane language 1 htnue uge a or orny orauy orany
any ny that Was uat IU not proper It ia deniRf denied deui = ltltttt that
defendant ever asked her husband for formoney for1110lley formoney
money other than what was wa necessary for forhousehold forhousehold or orhouHhold
household expenses andshe and ahe emphatically
denies that she contracted bills with trades tradespeople tAldepeople tradespeople ¬
people to the detriment or annoyance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the complainant The defendant says shedid she shedid Illedid
did not urge the removal of the family
from the the1lount Mount Pleasant Plea ant house houseShe bouseShe houseShe
She also denies that she has any knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the contents of a 1 will made by bycomplainant bycomplalnut bycoumplanatit
complainant In February 1900 ltoo she deV deVclares d dclares dt dtGlares
clares she hewl18 was violently assaulted by corn cornI COtlJplalnallt cornplahrant
plalnant with a stick he wounding her so sothat sothat sothat
that a physician had to be summoned The Thedefendant Thedefendant rbedefelldant
defendant also brands as false the allega allegation allegatlon allegation ¬
tion that she ever expressed a wish for his hisdeath blsdentll irisdeath
death It is I further alleged that their theirchildren their theirchildren theirchildren
children Mary Ullzabetlt and Robert G GDyrenforth GDyrtnfortb GDyrenfortb
Dyrenforth are being detained by their theirfather the theirfatter r rfaLher
father against IIbln t their will willIt willIt willIt
It is alleged that complainant has refused refusedto
to pay liis hi wife 50 per month and that she shetins shehas shehas
has received rtlelvc < nothing since November r LShe rShe IShe
She lias only some persons personal property propertyglven given givenlir givenIn
lir In r i jy > y complainant years sgo worth about abouttS aboutt
tS 5 t + r5 u < > t
The 1h defendant declares she U I of the theRoman theROlllitllCatiutic theRwnam
Roman ROlllitllCatiutic Catiiolic faith and is therefore un unalterably unoiltrahly untltl
alterably tltl rahly upposed Cpp ecl to to divorce She prays praysthat pray praythilt praysthtt
that the bill bi I be b diMiiissed li lIIilIell with costs coatsBy costsBy cotsBy
By time croHsbill cro lIbfl1 which is filed in the same samesuit sautesun
suit 1 It tint defendant refes rde to her answer to tothe tolhe tothe
the origiiiid hill ill and lid adopts the charges chargestherein lhargellthudi chargestherms
therein contained olllailll < 1 relative to profane lan language lallIuagl lauguage ¬
guage and harsh treatment She cites sev several seven1 ¬
eral several additional alleged acts of cruelty crueltyclaiming crueltyclaiuting crueltyelaiuttng
claiming that about six years ago the com complainant complainant coinpleimaut ¬
plainant knocked her down in the street streetand streetanl1 Streetand
and used profane language toward her She Shefurther Shefurther Shefurther
further declares complainant coul lalmnt is an opium opiumeater opiumeater opiumeater
eater that he has Ias frequently been intimate intimatewith intimatewith intimatewitht
with other women f end nd has it ia alleged allegedtried aUegedtried allegedtried
tried to bring women of ill 11 illrepute repute to his hishome hi hihome liiilmome
home lmomeThe homeThe homeThe
The court is aaked to require the com complainant complainant compiahtant ¬
plainant to return to the defendant the chil children cbildren cliildren ¬
dren referred to and to decree the payment paymentof
of a proper sum per month for the support supportof supportof
of herself and ChildrenThe Children ChildrenThe ehUdrenThe
The church of Rome R n e is eW preaching preachingthe
the evil of nixed mixed marriages marrf marriagesthtat esthat that is iswhere iswhere iswhere
where one of the contracting1 contractl lg < parties is a aProtestant 0 0Protestant aProtestant
Protestant and the other a Roman Catholic Catholicand Catholicand Catholicand
and Rome finds plenty plen tf of illustrations in inour inour inour
our divorce court to substantiate its allega allegation allegation allegetiomi ¬
tion In the present case of Mrs Dyren Dyrenforth Dyrenforth Dyrenforth ¬
forth she he must oppose the divorce of her herhusband herlausband terhusband
husband however much she sb may want to toseparate toMparate toseparate
separate from him veoause hCAuse her church churchopposes churchoppose churchopposes
opposes divorce dlvo on any but the one unpardonalde unpar unpardonable unpardonable ¬
donable sin lndulhlry adultery and while sue suecharge slecharge aheclmarges
charge Gen Dyrenforth with this tltl sin she shestill shestill shestill
still on conscientious grounds rounds opposes the thedivorce thedivorce thedivorce
divorce as from from the Catholic point of view viewmarriage viewmarriage viewmarriage
marriage is a relation for forgood good or ill which whichought wkicltought whichought
ought and can only be properly dissolved dissolvedby dl8lO1vdby dissolvedby
by death And it iUs is a health healthy view too of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sacred relation which God ordained ordainedshould ordainedhould ordainedshould
should exist between husband hu ooud and wife wifeMarried wireMarried wifeMarried
Married bv the squire and divorced by a aten aten aten
ten dollar attorney i is not calculated lculated to tobuljd tobuljd tobuild
buljd up a Nation and encourage cn ourage the only onlylife onlylife onlylife
life worth living liyiugthe the sacred family relation relationof
of the pure home honeTime homeThe hou e eThe
The Anarchist legislation so 1 < 1 far intro introduced iutroduced introdueed ¬
duced in botirilouees both lIou of Congress Conrre is a aalight aIIIgIlt aalight
alight admonition to the gentry of that thatschool thateheol thateeheoi
school of asss assassination inati n how ow the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americanpeople
people feel on thctUbjectof th the subjeetof lf1 tof eowardlr wwardl shoot shooting tlhootfng shoottug ¬
tug down an unarmed and unsuspecting unsuspectingman
man This country will wmaoen soon be as hot for forthe forthe forthe
the anarchist as the southern eoutl rn portion of the theMason UleMalOn theMason
Mason and Dixon llu line line to for the negro negrorapist negrorapist negrorapist
rapist including Urbana Urb 8 Ohio OhioI
How They Killed the Wash Washington Washington
1 ington Movement for a ai aNATIONAL aI aNATIONAL
i I i 0 0I
To Totiio tho Late Martyred < 1 rrtfefdailttMnioy rrtfefdailttMnioyAre Ia lrosidoittu tt19fttorhcy tt19fttorhcyArt = limey limeyArol
Arol Are Now mvvCrnwilugOut w Craw OrnIII1 I Inn Out OUfIor from fVorn Under Underthe lIndtltho pudictltoWrcok
the tltoWrcok Wreck Yr k by IyTtirflhlmgflVUr TJurnlnff Turnll1 over the l Im ImJeertoC r rJcot 10 10Jcct
Jcot JeertoC tvQ fQfchlrc < 3oiitereS tm rcaeAftonbytltetrNagll rcaeAftonbytltetrNagllgonod lII4ndt After by hyt t heir Nc NtII NtIIAe ll llKohcc
Kohcc Ae lC Permitting I mhlll Mark Unnnn to toGobble tnGtbblo toGobble
Gobble tho AVIiolo holo Nation NationDelay N NationDelay ltllu ltlluDelay
Delay inattention and prpevsttimuion prpevsttimuioncharacteristic prp prpeinatiuntioncharacteristic IM don donoharacteristi
characteristic of a clique in tbfa btiJ city chythe chythenames the thenames thenames
names of which are ar constantly in the news newspapers IIIW8papers newapapers ¬
papers Ire the joint causes which wbf h killed killedthe kflledthe killedthe
the originally organized successful move movement movement nmovement ¬
ment for the William MeKinley Memorial MemorialArch MemorialArch femorlalArch
Arch That time proposed bridge will aUo be bea hea bea
a fiasco if left in the hands of these lb incapu incapublestlie inepttble incapabits
bits blestlie ble the GLOBE hasnt hasnt the slightest doubt doubtCommissinuer doubtCommislliooer doubtCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland and his bt as associates aabciates asrbeiates ¬
sociates absolutely killed the McKinley McKinleymemorial McKinleyInemorlal McKinleymemorial
memorial movement after it had been beenworked twrnworked beenworked
worked up and put on its ill feet by the capable ca capable capable ¬
pable gentlemen who were at the inception inceptionof
of the movement These men not bearing bearingofficial burincofficial bearingofficial
official titles title and having no other recom recongfaendations recommendations recommendatlon ¬
mendations limn tba their practical common commonsense COn1l110KsenM connnousense
sense were set aside Ide by the Macfurlands Macfurlandsthe llacfitrlndthe blacfrlnndsthe
the Itdsona dsona the Talmages the Gage Bells BellsWalshes BellIWallaes BellsWalehes
Walshes KT At and POSERS put in the of offices ortices offices ¬
fices of honor and their nante names as a usual usualin uIIalin usualits
in capital capl 1 tetters appeared in the news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers papersThen papersThen papersThen
Then President Micfarland d cfariaadrested rested so did didhis didhis didhis
his colleagues and they jointly waited w ted for forwily forwily forwily
wily Mark Hanua to t get hi lily movement movementwell movemntwell tnovemetitwell
well organized aud under way At the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning the Washington William WUUal11l1leKlnley McKinley
National Memorial Arch Association was wasthe wasthe wastime
the only one known to the entire country countryand countryand countryand
and if the capable men who gave it the theproper theproper aleproper
proper impetus were selected as its execu executive IIxecutlve executive ¬
tive or working fOJce it would be t the only onlynational oulynltlonal onlynational
national association today instead instaod Inllt d of being bctrigas
as dead as Julius Gossan GossanWednesday CmsarWednesday CwsarWednesday
Wednesday afternoon last a meeting of ofthe ofthe oftime =
the incapables huapabl was held at the office of the thechairman thechalnuan timechairman
chairman Mr Charles j Bell 1407 G street streetIt streetIt streetIt
It was determined that a bill should be bedrafted bedraCted bedrafted
drafted looking to the accomplishment of ofthe oftlte oftime
the purposes of the two wo associations that a ajoint ajoint ajoint
joint petition to be signed by the officers officersand onturaandJI1ember officersandrmemberaof
andrmemberaof and andJI1ember members of the twoassociatiooe two associations should shouldr Ibouldbe
be b e 1 1uC i rueutit4 tlt eupprt un 1rt lPil Sf jt tlM tlwt t cite citeSenate UleSenate
Senate Part Commission r sbouhl b bt asked askedto aaktdto askedto
to include a recommendation reeomtl1 IJdtion on 0 Ihe subject subjectin
in ita report reort to the Senate SenateThe SelJattThe SenateTile
The meeting was largely attended Com Commitsioner COllimlslouer Couintiesioier
mitsioner Macfarland president of the as association liSsoclatlou aaeocietiou ¬
sociation reported r ported the result of inquiries inquiriesmade InquiriesUlRde inquiriesmade
made by himself and others olheraamong among Senators Senatorsand SellRtnraand Senatorsand
and Representatives Repre entatlves which bleh indicated ap approval approval approval ¬
proval of the proposition and tile determi deternmination determination detcrnlination ¬
nation to advocate it It was explained explainedthat explainedthat explainedthat
that provision had already been made by
Congress for the erection of a monument to toGrant toGmnt toGrant
Grant and that it itwas was desired and expected expectedthat expecteclthat expectedthat
that Congress would take steps at this thissession thillesslon thissession
session toward the erection of a memorial memorialto
to Lincoln and then of a memorial to McKinley Mc McKinlcy McKinley ¬
KinleyGeti Kinley KinlcyGen KinleyGen
Gen John M Wilson moved amid Dr T TDe TDe TDc
De Witt Talmage seconded the motion that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the officers of the association a Commissioner CommissionerMacfarlnnd CorumlStllonerMacfarland CommissionerMacfarland
Macfarland Secretary Gage Mr Charles Charl 8 J JBell JBetl JBell
Bell and ulhllllr Mr Thomas F Walsh be directed directedto
to draft a bill for the McKinley Memorial Memorialon
on the general lines IIncsof of that offered by Sen Senator Senator Semietor ¬
ator Culloui at the present session for the thememorial thememorial thememorial
memorial to Abraham Lincoln and have haveit haveit haveit
it presented to Congress by a Senator and a aRepresentative aRepreHntative aRepresentative
Representative who have signified a desire desireto dealreto desireto
to introduce it IL The Lincoln bill which whichmay wh whichmay ch chUlay
may not be followed exactly cr creates eaten a com commission commllllioit cowmission ¬
mission composed of the chairman of the thejoint thejoint timejohn
joint Committee on the Library the Secre Secretary S Secretary < < cre cretary ¬
tary of State and the Secretary of War to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure designs for a monument and to toselect toMlect toselect
select any unoccupied Government laud in inthe inthe inthe
the District of Colutubia outside of the theCspitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol and Congressional Library grounds groundsfor aroundror groundsfor
for a site It authorises authorla the commission to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain y any form f nu of competition compeUt whit whitmay whichmay which whichmay
may seem advisable plans specifleations specifleationsand peci ICftionll ICftionllaud idttione idttioneand
and models Iodel and to pay competitor in all allnot an1I0t nilnot
not exceeding 33000 which ia appro appropriated Appropriated approprfated ¬
priated and then to select any of the plans plansspecifications plansIIpeclBcationl planespecifications
specifications or models and report to Con Congress Congreu Comigreaa ¬
gress No amount is I named as desired be because ber1I1Ule beamuse ¬
cause that is to be left to later considera consideration conMeratlon consfderation ¬
tion tionOn
On motion of General Wilson seconded secondedby Hcondc1by secondedby
by Dr William T Harris the officers o leera of the theassociation theulOciaUon timeassociation
association were instructed to lay the mat mattcr matter mstter
ter before the Senate Park Commission Commissionwith Comtuiulonwith Commissionwith
with a request that it include a recotuuien recotuuienA reconllttln reconllttlndation reeomnm men mendation
dation In its report to the Senate Senate41A 41A If IfA
A committee consisting of Gen Jbhn M MWilson MWilson t tWilson
Wilson Mr W V S Hutchins and Mr It ItSouthard ItSoutham ItSouthard
Southard Parker wag In created to complete completethe completethe completetime
the list of civics vice presidents of the associationArraugetnemtta association associationArrangements a oelatlon oelatlonArrangements
Arrangements will will I1 be made at the next nextmeeting UlxtmeeUng nextmeeting
meeting for drafting the memorial to Con Congress ConIreU Congrese ¬
gress and securing lIe ttrfng the signatures lgttRtur of the theofficers theorocera timeofficers
officers and members of the two associa associations asocialions Maclation ¬
lions tionsAnd tion lionsAnd
And there yoa are Thus 1bu the obituary of ofM ofpopular ofas
M popular a movement as was wa ever VClr organ organised orKanlsed organlied ¬
lied in this or any other city was beantifully beanti beautifully beantiflJly ¬
fully laid to rest and the entire Nation Nationturned Natlunturned Nationturned
turned over to Mark Hanna and nd the Canton CantonOhio CantonOhio CantonOhio
Ohio McKinley Memorial Association AssociationWe AaaeciIIUonWe
We predicted this thl from tint tltebeghlRlng tltebeghlRlngwhen beginning beginningwhen beginsfngwhen
when the MacFUrtatnds MacI rMnde tt al got lathe to Use front frontaud frontand ront rontaud
aud began where asing and resolving resolvingand reaollingand resolvingand
and procrastinating pro < raUnaUnlir and posing We Ve knew knewthey knewthey knewthey
they would kill tit the movement and they theyhave theyhav theyhave
have haveNow hav haveNow
Now they tlte propose to peter out gracefully gracefullyaud graceful1yand gracefullyamid
and let Congress administrate on the effects effectsThe elteet1he effectsThe
The great movement hal degenerated into intothe Intotlte intotime
the regular routine channels of monument monumentapproprintiottfl tuOUltl monumentappapriatfone lI1It lI1ItapproprlatWlI16
approprintiottfl in which Lincoln and Grantthe Grant Grantthe Gralltthe
the former dead for thirtysix years are in included Included included ¬
cluded and which means that some lIIe day daymay daym daymay
may m < < y be in the distant future a eheap cheapItalian eheapltatllln eheapItalian
Italian marble bust or Bavarian bronze bronzeeasting bro broGasUnlr bronzeeasting
easting ef the late martyr will 1m b be screwed screwedto
to a pedestal of limestone in some I me one of ofihfrgoverwnent oftbtgovemtnellt ofthin
ihfrgoverwnent thin goveniunent reservations of the city citySic citySIC citySic

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