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SUNDAY DECEMBER 22 1901 1901llIgraccful t9OIDiRgracoful > 9 9Oiagroccful °
Oiagroccful In Secretary Gage GOKOThe GRJOfhe Gagerite
The dispatches to the press of the city cityfrom cityfrom cityfrom
from New York dated December 18 give givethe givethe ie iethe
the interestingnewsthat illterestingnews that II A Adinner dinner of more morethan morethall morethan
than usual interest is to be given at the theMetropoUtan theMetropolitan I IMetropolitan
Metropolitan Club on Saturday Satllrdaynlght night The Thegnest TileRn Thegneet
Rn gnest t of honor is to be the Hon Lynian J JGage JGalle JGage
Gage Secretary of the Treasury The Theltost Theltostof host hostof hostof
of the evening is to be Frank A VaHder Vauderlip VaHderlip Va der derlip
lip vicepresident of the City Bonk and andfor andror andfor
for four our year iVaslstant Secretary of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury under Mr Gage GateThe GageThe GftJcThe
The dispatch then recites rectt that th t a vast in institution inatitlltioll ipstitution ¬
stitution is to be Gr organized nMzed ldzed and virtually virtuallycontrol virtual1ycontrol virtuallycontrol
control all the Milking Interests in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryIt
It is I further given rive out in the press diapatch dis dispatch di dipatch ¬
patch that it was Mr Vanderlip it was wassaid waasaid wassaid
said tonight whon WhOllgotlated K lIated the sale of the theold Uleold theold
old custom house kou e to the city bank bankWe b bankWe nk nkWe
We would like to publish the whole dis dispatch dispatcb dispateht ¬
patch but we referour readers readersto to the Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington Times of December 19 We have havemade havemade havemade
made extracts extracts enough for our purpose purposeWe purpo purposeWe e eWe
We are fain to believe that the perusal peru al of ofthe orthe ofthe
the entire telegram will be anything but butpleasant butlleasant butpleasant
pleasant reading to President PreeldentRoosevelt Roosevelt If Ifhe Ifbe Ifp
p be will read it in connection with the cus custom eustom enstom ¬
tom house seandal and the correspondence correspondencepublished correapondeneepublished correspondencepublished
published at the time the whole matter was wasaired waaalrtd wasaired
aired he will at once see where his secre secretary secretary seoretary
tary is leading leadinghim him That be will approve of ofa ofa ofa
a visit of the secretary to New York to give giveencouragement giveencouragenlent giveencouragement
encouragement to such a scheme we do not notfor notCor notfor
for a moment believe believeVanderlip belleveVanderlip believeVanderlip
Vanderlip it is now said engineered the thesale thelale thesale
sale of the old custom house to the National NationalCitvBank NationalCitv NationalCity
CitvBank City Bank Not long after he resigned his hieplace hisplace hisplace
place u Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Treasurywent Treasurywent lrea ury urywent
went abroad not In an official capacity but butit butit butit
it i is said at the expense expe se of the government governmentand govemmentand governmentand
and that charge was never denied by him or orhia orhla orhis
his patron MItron In an incredibly hi credibly short space of oftime oftime oftime
time be absorbed the financial system atem of ofalt ofall ofalt
alt Europe rope He returned and if his own ownstory OWNItory ownstory
story i la to be b believed was at once appointed ap appointed apopointed ¬
pointed Seventh Vice President of the self selfsame HUI18m selfsame
same I18m National City Bank at a salary of oC2SCXJO
15000 per year yearThe JeI JeITile yearThe
The query at once arises ari Was W that posltion po position p0sition ¬
sition given Iven him in return ret m for his services servicesin nricee nriceein
in the sale of the old custom cu tom house Itou Could Couldhe Couldhe Couldbe
he unless l1nle certain privileges were allowed allowedhim al1oedhim allowedldm
him by Secretary sor tr Gage he e of any prosaible prosaiblebenefit prouiblebenefit prosaiblebenefit
benefit to the bunk bunkThe bankThe nk nkIlle
The whole affair bears updn Its face a abroad abroad abroad
broad scandal Look at It from any n stand standpoint standpolat standpoint
point it bears all the marks m rka of ora a corrupt corruptdeal corruptdeal corruptdeal
deal Whetright What rttht rftlttld ladVanderlipasAssistant ladVanderlipasAssistantSecretary had Vanderlip as Assistant AssistantSecretary All lstant lstantSecretary
Secretary of of the Treasury to play the role roleof roleof roleof
of a It real estate broker and negotiate a sale saleof 881 881I saleof
I of government property to the National NationalCity NationalI NationalCity
I City Bank or any an other corporation The Theduties Thedati Theduties
duties dati of Ass4s4aat Secretary of that great greatdepartment greatdepartment greatdepartnteat
department have materially changed since sincethe Iincetb sincethe
the tb days da of Gallatin Walker and Sherman Shermanif
if they now include i cl de real estate tate brokerage brokerageAnd brokeraceI brokerageAnd
I And then to leave ltiaplacehe his p1acehe place he says y vol voluntarily voluntari17and voluntarilyand ¬
untarily untari17and end receive a salary as great greatwu as aswaa aswas
was paid to every President of the t e United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States up to and a d including Includl g a part of Grants Grantsterra Grautster Grantsterse
terra ter fram rem the institution to which the sale saleof saleof Qle QleoC
of the Custom House was made madeIt 111adeIt madeIt
It may be all right bt men who reflect reflectwont reflectwont reflectwontthink
wont wontthink think so and we much mistake Pres President President Preaident ¬
ident Roosevelt if he bethinks thinks so soNow soNow soNow
Now Secretary Gage puts his seal se l of ap approval approval approval ¬
proval upon the whole proceeding by be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming the guest of honor of Vanderlip Vanderlipand VanderUpnd Vanderlipand
and nd entering into all his schemes for theaggrandizement the theaggrandizement theanrandlzement
aggrandizement of the financial institutionupon institution institutionupon institutionupon
upon which he has already conferred so somany 80many somany
many favors If after the powern be has hasconferred hasconferr hasconferred
conferred conferr d he b were wereto to attend such a dinner dinneras
as a private citizen ft would be bad enough enoughIt
It would then accentuate a scandal already alreadymalodorous alreadyma10dorous alreadymalodorous
malodorous But to attend such a banquet banquetand banquetand banquetand
and lend his presence in his official capacity capacityas
as Secretary of the Treasury to a scheme schemeconcocted scbemeconcocted schemeconcocted
concocted for the control of the finances of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the country by one corporation in the face faceof faceoC faceof
of all he has already done for that Institu Institution insUtution institution ¬
tion is certainly a bold and astounding astoundingventure astoundingventure astoundingventure
venture for a Cabinet binet officer in our humble humbleestimate bumblee humbleestimate
e estimate timate of men men we wonder how he can cando cando
do it ItIt itIt j jIt
It in effect gives ivC8 official sanction to all allthat allthat allthat
that has been en done and all that will be done doneIt doneIt I IIt
I Itbe
It it i unnecessary t1l1neeelHl ry to again give in detail detailthe detailthe
the custom house sale and the nauseous nauseousand WUIIOUAand nauseousend
and ugly proceedings connected with it itBut iLmut itRat
But they will now be recalled ree llccl Every scrap scrapof senpor scrapor
or information concerning it will be speed speedily speedIly speedily ¬
ily gathered It was quieted for a time timeRepublican tiu1eRepub timeRepub
Republican Repub leali politicians never defended it itb Itbt itb
b bt it t always alwa avoided investigation It will willall wiltal1 willall
all be revived now II ow The dinner dinner will be beanotherWeltsbauer lieanotherie1tlhauer beanotherr
anotherWeltsbauer anotherr Ue lthaaaer feast and its reboundwill rebound reboundwill nlbouRdwill
will be HI quite as much felt a as the celebrated eelebratedfeaat celebratedfeast celebratedfeast
feast that cost Blaine the Presidency Prealelene We Wecan Wecan Wean
can conceive eo eelve of no greater indecorum Ulan tlianfor Ulanfor thanfor
for a Secretary of the Treasury to lend him himelf 141mllelf himself
self elf to such function In the olden days daysMich da daIIlIch dayssuch
such eoHilHet e d et would have called for im impeachment iwpeachmewt impeachment ¬
peachment proceedings Imagine for a amoment amOll1ent amoment
moment Albert Gellatln < appearing appearl c i In pub public public publie ¬
lic at a diner given give by one of his aisle assistants aisletarts Is IsA Istal1t ¬
tarts who had brwtftfit t upeti him and his hisdepartment hi hidepartment hisf
f A deprtinent department s aeeb eh 11 merited merit eritI criticism i He Hewas Jrewsa Hew
was w as of an older and better typeWe type typeWr trpeWf
Wr are sorry we HHurgo to press pre before beforethe beftrth beforemime
the th speeches peccbe are delivered We would like liker
to read them It may 1111 be when they ap appear appear appear ¬
pear in print we will have hAV something aoll1 thillg more moreto IIIITtto moreto
to say 16
District Appropriations AppropriationsAnnouncement ApproprIRtlolIlSAllnounceuu AppropriationsAnnouncement
Announcement ut has been made in Hit local localdally localdally luc lucdaily
dally papers that the Commissioners of the theDistrict tbeDItriet theDistrict
District of Columbia have havea within the th last lastfew Jatfew lastfew
few days been engaged el1g ed in eliminating from fromtheir fromtbelr fromtheir
their former estjmatvs such items as they theybelieve tbeybelieve theybelieve
believe can be spared 8p red so as al to meet the therecommendations tberecoml1umd therecomuteudatipns
recommendations recoml1umd Uonll of Secretary Gage to re reduce reo reoduce reduce ¬
duce the appropriations for the Distaict to
7500000 7500000In 75000In 500000In
In looking over some of the items to be bestricken bestricken bestricken
stricken out we are nt a loss to know knowwhether knowwhether knowwhether
whether the Commissioners when pruning pruningwerein pruningweren pruningwere
werein weren were in an ironical mood or in earnest For Forinstance Forinstance PorInstance
instance 500000 which would build and andequip andequip andequip
equip a filtration plant is to be dropped droppedEvery droppedEvery droppedUvery
Every person in the city of Washington who whohas whohas whohas
has of late been indulging in chocolate baths bathsand bathsand bathsand
and drinking muddy water wateralmost almost of theconsistency the theconsistency theconsistency
consistency of gruel ltfuelwi11 will certainly appre appreciate appreclate appredate ¬
date the spirit of the Commissioners In Inthus inthus Inthus
thus meekly responding to the Secretary SecretaryIf
If they are sincere and dont intend further futtherto
to urge an appropriation to build a filtration filtrationplant filtrationplant filtrationplant
plant the resiaents of the city will certainly certainlyhave certainlybave certainlyhave
have reason to be grateful to the three gen gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
tlemen who wlio can strenuously stand up for fortheir Fortheir fortheir
their interests interestsAgain interestsAgah1 interestsAgain
Again we are told street extension Improvements im improvements improvements ¬
provements must be stopped The streetsmust streets streetsmust streetsmust
must go no further than their tb ir present presentbounds presentboundll presentbounds
bounds People who want to build beyond beyondpresent beyondpresent beyondpresent
present limits must be without water or orsewage orsewage orsewage
sewage privileges and flounder through the themud Ulemud themud
mud and snow in winter No new water watermains watermal1l8 watermains
mains laid no extension of sewers no ex extension e etension extension ¬
tension of pavements pavementsIn
In other words Washington must be for forbidden forb forbidden ¬
bidden b dden to grow She must stand still Her Herpeople nerpeople Fierpeople
people must continue to drink muddy water waterand waterInti waterand
and bathe in hilt it Her sewage remain as it itis itia itis
is her eilisens left to the tender mercies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the porch climber for want of adequate adequatepolice adequatepoliee adequatepolice
police protection and all to please a Secre Secretary Secretary Seery ¬
tary of the Treasury who has no interest in inher inller inher
her save what he can make nick by residing residingwithin reel residingwithin ding dingwithin
within her boundaries as a Cabinet Officer OfficerWe OfficerWe OfficerWe
We cannot believe the Commissioners are arein arein arein
in earnest in trying to accommodate the thesecretary theIeCltetsry thesecretary
secretary If they are areand and we do not be believe believe beBeve ¬
lieve they are arethey they ought to be publicly publiclythanked PU1111clytbanked publiclytimnked
thanked for their devotion to the Capital of ofthe elthe ofthe
the Nation Such selfdenial as they pro propose propOle propose ¬
pose to impose upon upOf her citiiens cl11aens ei Iaens will willhardly willlIard17 willhardly
hardly be be relished re1f 11ef1 by them themThe themThe themThe
The Pay Mack MackCol DRokCot flackCot
Cot W J Elliott editor of the Washing Washington Was1til15ton Wasitington ¬
ton city GLOBS in the freedom of a news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper and with the pencil sharpened by byoutrage byoutrage byoutrage
outrage practiced on him is exposing horrid horridskeletons horridskeletona horridskeletons
skeletons with a merciless revenge He Hetreasured Hetreasured Hetreasured
treasured up his wrongs and is paying back backin b backin ck ckIn
in more than compound interest intere t the debt debthe debthe debthe
he and scope goats like him owe to an ac accursed aecuraed accursed ¬
cursed gang gangof of hellions whohave who Ilave been man managing managing managing ¬
aging the public affairs of Ohio The Thewretches Thewretclles Thewretches
wretches who hunted Elliott while a achained achained achained
chained prisoner now that he is out again againin Ipinin againin
in the open on Tipperary trip the cow cowards cowada cowands ¬
ands of high degree iu Ohio are with withblanched withblancbed withblanched
blanched faces biding from the sight of ofwen ofmn ofmen
wen who read the th SUNDAY GLOBE GLOBEThere Gw GwTher GroseThere
There has probably been no nei inch terrible terribleaccounting terrlbla terribleaccounting
accounting a tllting ever made as Elliott is doing in inbis inbia Inhis
his Washington GLOJM wit with the be men mn who whopersecuted wltoperMcuted whopersecuted
persecuted him to his hoped for r r death deathAndifwedouutnmrktheheurtheianever deathAd deathAnd
Andifwedouutnmrktheheurtheianever Andifwedouutnmrktheheurtheianeveryet Ad it ifwe do but mark tl1ellourthetel1ever tl1ellourthetel1everyet the heurthese never neveryet
yet was human power that could evade evadethe evadethe evadethe
the silent watch the vigil vlgi11onlf long of a man manlike man manlike manUke
like Bill I111iottFJsainrOhio aillolt nlUttH ffotiH < < 1iH OMo 011 Sen Senlinel SmUnll Sentine
tine linelCol UnllCol
Col Lfewie Greene the thee editor of the theSBNTINBL theSBNTINBL theSmrrzNnt
SBNTINBL and the writer of the foregoing foregoingextract longolngextract foregoingextract
extract waa wasOne waaOne waaOne
One of the dauntless dauntIe fgty fgtyTo fo f fTo v vTo
To HONOR and to FRiHNnsinr true trueWhen trneWhen trueWhen
When it was worth a mans social poettion poet position pOlitJon ¬
tion and decidedly injurious In udous to his business businessto busin s sto
to stand by the writer justice j Uce and immortal immortaltruth immortaltruth Immortaltruth
truth Cot Lewis Greene conspicuously conspicuouslystood conspicuouslystood conspicuouslystood
stood forward and openly proclaimed his hisbelief hisbe1lef hisbelief
belief in and loyalty to his friend he defied defiedthe defiedthe defiedthe
the conspirators thirsting for our blood and andnever Rnduever andnever
never wavered in hll1ia his advocacy of our cause causeuntil caUHuntil causeuntil
until the doors of the dungeon swung open openand openand openand
and admitted us u to sunlight and freedom freedomColonel fredomColonel freedomColonel
Colonel Greene has been a Democratic Democraticeditor De1llocratieeditor Democraticeditor
editor in Ohio for the past forty years No Nopublic Nopllbllc Nopublic
public man is better or more favorably favorablyknown ravorablyknow favorablyknown
known He has never sought nor accepted acceptedan
an office but in his simple and terribly terriblyearnest terriblyearnest terriblyearnest
earnest loyalty to Democratic principles princlpleshas princlpleshasbeen principleshasbeen has hasbeen
been in the thick of every fight from Rise RiseUp RiseUp RiseUp
Up William Allen to The Campbells Are AreComing AreComing AreComing
Coming and his flag still defiantly floats floatsover floatsover floatsover
over the Sentinel in his native Logan LoganThe IoganThe LoganThe
The friendship of such a man is a certifi certificate certlficate certificate ¬
cate of character more valued than the com commission commission cornmission
mission of the President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and that we feel It to be such let letthese letthese letthese
these comments be the public acknowledg acknowledgment acknowledgment acknowledgmeat ¬
ment of the fact factWe factWe factWePredictad
We WePredictad Predicted It ItMarcus ItMarcus ItMarcus
Marcus A Hanna has shown his hand handthrough bandthrough handthrough
through the medium of of Kholsatt the pie piebaktrs piei piebakrs
i bak baktrs rs Chicago organ aneut the Foraker Forakerseat Porakerseat I Iseat
seat in the United States Senate When WhenJudge WhenJudge WhenJudge
Judge Taft was appointed Governor of the thePhilippine thePbillpplne thePhilippine
Philippine Islands it was privately circu circulated clreulated cireuhated ¬
lated as news to calm the fears of Forakers Forakerspartisans Forakerapartls Porakerspartisans
partisans partls R that the reward of Judge Tafts Taatssacrifice Taftssacrifice T fts ftsneritice
sacrifice in accepting so onerous a position positionwith positionwltb positionwithin
with its incidental danger da daagersand grnd and thankless thltnkle re results JIJo JIJoAultA tesuits ¬
suits would be a seat OB the Supreme SupremeBcHchofUie SupremeBecll SupremeBensh
Becll BcHchofUie ot this United States At the time timewe thl1ewe timewe
we personally admonished an humble friend frbn friendof frlundof c1 c1of
of Senator Foraker Capt Jim Harris Harristhat Irarrfsthat hamsthat
that the U reward intended for Taft was For Forakers Itorakers Porakers ¬
akers seat in the Senate We had a tip Upfrom tipfro tipfrom
from fro III the Inside of the Executive IbecutlveManlliol1 IbecutlveManlliol1which Mansion Mansionwhich Mansionwhich
which was confirmed through the kitchen kltehenof kitchenof kltcbenoC
of Judge Tufts residence in Cincinnati CincinnatiAnd CinefunatllAnd CincinnatiAnd
And new neW the cat is out of the bag and andthe andthe andthe
the fas Hanna has been kicking up about aboutthe Iboutthe aboutthe
the petty offices olie in the Ohio legislature lt1rl lature laturebut la labut isbut
but the merest pretense and to serve as aa aaexcuse asceule anexcuse
excuse for a break with Senator Foraker V POrakerThe ForakerThe raker rakerThe
The notorious John R It Malloy made a aspecial apeelal aepedal
special trip to this city eitylaat last week and recelved re received reo reoefJtvad ¬
ceived his Instructions Anybody who whoknown wboktUHV whoknows
known this unscrupulous timeserver and andtharBMghly Indtlu andthateughly
tharBMghly tlu mgJdr corrupt rrupt Hessian IIea ian ef s small poll pollties politf pollties
ties tf will instantly f tanUy realise that there b dirty dirtywork dirtrwork dirtywork
work on hand 11Rrtoo too ditty for anybody but butMalloy butII
I Malloy to handle handtwllcn when he is summoned summonedfor summonedfor unoucd unoucdfor
II for hasty lt ty consultation CGna htlon or 0 rather iastnie iastnietioM illltOletfooa instruedone
done for even as corrupt 11 politician M
Mark Henna 11 has be too much muolLtcl selfreepeet tet to toconsult toCOl1sult toconsult
consult with a man of Malloyacafbre MalloyacafbreThe Maltoyseatibfe MaltoyseatibfeThe ltaUoycaifbrThe
The fight lIon end the gallant Forakers Forakersseat Porekersseat fo kcrs kcrsaut
seat is the prise pri of battle atLle If Utete Is I a aDemocrat IiDelnocrat aDemocrat
Democrat in the Ohio legislature having havingthe 1tavlnJttbe baringthe
the interests of his 11i party at heart hea he will willbe willbe ill illbe
be prepared pre lred even e at lbs tit stMpendow stpenllotllaUema s alterna tlternative alternative ¬
tive of his vote voteto otetodefllflt to defeat the uplraUo upiratf QMS of ofTaft ofTart ofTaftdnd
Taft Taftdnd and the infamous conspiracy cOtlllllroc of Hanna Hannaetal Hallnat hennaviol
viol t Ill
etalEvery IllSvery
Every Democrat in the Ohio legislature legislaturewhen leri1aturewben legislaturewhen
when the showdown takes place and andHanna indHanna ud udHanna
Hanna Malloy 1lal1o Co heads the free frelQbodler frelQbodlerand freqbod boosters boostersand era eraand
and pirate of Ohio politics to unslt l1IUI t the Ihehonorable 111ehonomble thehonorable
honorable gentleman who has 1 b4en been I so sobasely AOb sobasely
basely b selY betrayed sold and humliat humlliatyt4 c must mustas lll1ltas crust crustas
as a party duty cast his vote to defeat this JbUinfamous Jbi JbiiuratuouS thisInfamous
infamous gang which has throttled throltlediitnd throltlediitndchoked and andchoked l1d l1dchoked
choked the life out of everything everythfditfair everythfditfairhionorable fair fairhonorable ralrhonorable
honorable and decent in Ohio politics potiucsWere politicsWere pOntl pOntlWere
Were we a member of the Ohio Iletslnture + regfsls regfslsture lcgfslnturewewoull
ture turewewoull Iwe we would oulll feel that we wereJ wheSetilh were c rvlnV rvlnVthe rvhigthe g gthe
the the interests intereetsof of Democracy in 111geper ge epeTral enr 1 jiwl jiwlthe Id i ithe I Ithe
the Ohio Democracy In particular partlcuJattQ te tote ybtefor totefor te i ifor
for the reelecjjon of Senator Joijeph Jo B E EForaker Ei
i Foraker oraker if he needed our vote voteo Jo o defeat defeatthe d defeatthe rmt rmtthe I
the odorous Hanna Malloy and CompanyJudge Company C6mpanyiJmlRe C mp lY
Judge T r J J Mackoy MackoyThe lUackcyThe MackeyThe I
The GLOBB inadvertently did Judge JudgetJ JudgetJMackey T jMackey J JMackey
Mackey the injustice to state that be hCv was wasattorney leas leasattorney s sattorney
attorney for Cor Hudson when as a matter mattcr matter of offact o f ffact ffact
fact the judge was the attorney for Hopp Hoppbut Hoppbut Hoppbut
but not in the blackmailing or conspiracy conspiracycase
case Judge Mackey had been attorneyfor attorneyforHopp attorneyforHopp ttornefor ttornefor1I0pp
Hopp in a land cat can e or civil suit and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the conspiracy was developed of Hopp and andHudson andHudson andHudson
Hudson the judge who is the soul of K6ttor hdtiorand K6ttorand l1 t or orand
and tenacious of the purity of his profes prolession profession profession ¬
sion dropped Hopp and refused to repre represent repre represent pre preBent ¬
sent him any longer as hU attorney In any anycapacity anycapacity ny nycapacity
capacity capacityThe capacityTbe capacityThe
The circulation of Charles Chr1ea1tmorr Bftnory Smiths Smithsnewspaper Sm1fh Sm1fhnewapaper Smithsnewspaper
newspaper will ill have a phenomenal Loom Loomif boom boomif m mif
if he makes makesthe the publishers affidavits affidavitsTo affidavJtalTo afdavitl afdavitlTo
To resign because there wasnt pwag pwagenough reg regenough 1II 1IIenough
enough in die office is patriotic and high highminded highmindedfrom highmindedfrom
minded mindedfrom from a looters point POillt8EIIw POillt8EIIwThe ef vlgw vlgwThe view viewThe
The retiring PostmasterGeneral PoehUllaterGen Postmaster Gengrsl r l is re returning reo reoturning returning ¬
turning to more congenial work HTwitftaes HTwitftaesthe irwJUile wftaess wftaessthe s sthe
the reason he assigns for his resignation resignationThe realgnatioThe resignationy resignationThe
The Brooklyn Eagle Eal of late looks a liS if it itwas itWall itwas
was printed with the kind of fluid we wede wedecocted wedeeocted de decocted ¬
cocted when a boy from Martindalas Iiver Liverpool Iiverpool Iiverpool ¬
pool shoe hoe blacking bll1 kinr to dye the wlirilker wlidikers cf cfthe crthe cfthe
the family Thomas cat catAdmiral catAdmiral < lit litAdmiral
Admiral Schley S hley may thank that Second Secondreport secondreport secondreport
report to please Sampson for the oppor opportunity oppor opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity given them two neverbeforeheard neverbeforeheardofAdruirals l1everbeforeblardofAdmlral nevcr before heard heardof
of ofAdruirals Admimle to criticise sonfelhlng sonfethlngthey sonfethlngtheynever they theynever theynever
never wltneutda wltnwstd a sea fight fightWe lIghtWe fightWe
We have heard the rumor unowefcUy denied de denied denieel ¬
nied that President Roosevelt sited 1110dtears 1110dtearsand tears tearsand tearsand
and refused to be comforted wfi wfIl1 whe n that thatresignation thatrelenation thatresignation
resignation was turned i In Some Soan people peopleare peopleare peopleare
are such gossips and liars liarsIt liaraIt KarsIt
It is unfortunate that juste just s Washington Washingtonhas W llgon llgonbas
has been honored with the headquarters of ofthe oCthe oftime
the Bureau of Identification of Criminal Criminalthe CriminalUle Criminaltime
the department should be working over overtime overtime overtame ¬
time on a failure to catch somebody to be beidentified beidentUie1 bs bsidentified
identified identifiedNow identUie1Now identifiedNow
Now Mr Lewis think tbinkup up some ealO1t reasottwhy reason reasonwhy ealO1twhy
why you would like to resign the position positionof pOlltl n nof
of Superintendent of the Supply Division Divisionof Divlono
o of the tb PostOffice Department See whmata whmatanice what what whatnice a anice
nice fairy story your bow sprung sprung on oji ojiastonished Iri Iriaatonllhed tpastonished
astonished public publicJustice 1Iub1icJUltiC publicJustice
Justice Anderson in his bl first murder trail trailhas tn tnbaa trailhas
has won the encomiums of bar and public pnbloby publicby pllilcby
by the dignity with which he presided jlls jllscalm 1118calw Jtiscalm
calm even temperament so becoming in a ajudge aI ajudge
I judge and his luminous tltmlnoualepl legal decision deel iontl on onthe onthe onthe
the intricate points of law raised by con contendlngcounsel COttoI conlendingeou
I tendlngcounsel tendlngcounselWe lendingeou eel eelWe el elWe
We hope Congress C ugre will look into the lit little titUe littie ¬
tie matter of handsome female clerks from fromnorthern trottiporthern frontnorthern
northern and eastern eastern states holding bo holding dlng down dowttsoft dbWl1I downseftsnaps
I soft sortsnaps snaps as representatives of southern southernstates soutllern soutllernstates soutiteriistates
states they never even visited Giyetlie Giyetliesouthern Give the thesouthern thesouthern
southern gals als a chance even if the tb male maleDemocratic maleDemocratic al alDemocratic
Democratic voters cant get a smell smellHon smelllion 91eHHon
Hon Charles Wing of the wellknown wellknownCincinnati wel1knownCincinnati wellknownCincinnati
Cincinnati paper supply house was in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington the past week looking as asyoung asyoung asyoung
young as he didwhen the GLOBS knew him hima 1tlmucore himascore
ucore a score of years years a ado o The Th genial Charles CharI is ispresident ispresident ispresident
president of the the police commissioners and andalso andalso andalso
also a member of GovernorNashs CovernorNahlI Governor Nashs military militarystaff mlli11lry mlli11lrystaff mtli ary arystaff
staff <
We move as an amendment to theabillproviding theabill theabillproviding thelbltproviding
providing for SILVER medals to the Spanish SpanishWar Spap SpanishWar lh lhWar
War veterans that a LEATHER LEATHER one be pre presented presented presented ¬
sented every exsoldier ex soldier of the Civil Warl WarlThis WarlThis WartThis
This will very properly emphasize the dis distinction 41stinction dlstinction ¬
tinction and the difference the thehonoroUle thehonoroUleient1eman honorable honorablegentleman honorablegentleman
gentleman had in view who Introduced < ltbe ltbebilt the thebill thebill
r I I IThere
There are one horde horfl towns in Ohio Ofafowith Ohi Ohiwith Ohiowith >
with finer courthouse buildings and Pith jttIltitan S Piththan t1 t1tblln
titan the Capital of the nation possesle pesseeilepHow < < i iHow tHow
How is this We have been been InformedtJiat InformedtJiatthe informed tjt tjtthe
the present structures are good enougft enouglttor enouglttornlg cnoughgrniggers > r rniggers
niggers nlg er The men an who use this areuoitiit areuoitiitcome arliuuitijtt arliuuitijttcome argunt t tcome
come nearer to being niggers than thllnt thllntcare tpe tbocare tpecare
care they malign malignProfessor malignProfessor < fI <
Professor Henry Shoemaker of Pills Philadelphia FhUadelphia Pillsdelphia ¬
delphia has solved the he problem which haspuzaled has haspuzzled UupURled
puzzled all wlrele wlreIoH telegraph tel gmph experts by bycompleting bTcoxpletinghis r rcopletlng
completing coxpletinghis his sctcftUve s fCfltlV system of orahronlzlng ajNtJ ajNtJchroniziag epttehronizing
chroniziag or tuntng wireless telegraph telegrphmessages telegraphmessages teleg h hmK
messages mK without Wltrt911t any ny interfered interCerowhatlOCyer iuterferertwhatsoever W Wwhatsoever
whatsoever bg traf lmthe he interferes wile wileevery wUbevery wltt wlttevery
every other system IYWntand and and preventsthem prevents preventsthem preventthem
them from getting cettlgIW > fray wireless me mesages m mwblle msager
sages while hi liUrown Itlif dawn oWtltelegrams telegrams are pH pHvate fJ jltlvate f fvat
vate vat and are reeelvoil ret reeaiydQ h 4 only by tbotfo thosse4hwhom th tbotfowholU < M0lQ M0lQwhom
whom they are intended htlita intriada4rr dt t selected iff iffcan m mnn f1Cr f1Cran
can send four merges 1U meetlag > at lt the same me titai th thdifferent titsm1ti titsm1tidifferent jti jtidifferent
different languages TU tt TII iJtt Jiew iew It electtli11 electtli11system eleetf eleetfsystem lect lects7stem
system will make wtjfles wi w1t 1eH telegraphs1 telegraphs1adapted lelelrlpt lelelrlptIdpled tefegraptt3adapted
adapted to practical pradi tue uses 101 under all alldltion t tdltlon rditions
i The Publisher of Appeal to toReason toReason toReason
Reason PutsHim Put Him in a Hole HoleTHE H HoleTIlE le
1 1TUE
Showing tho iisorlultuutlon Dlsorlm I > lsorhnhlR nation lon or Our OurAmerican OurAuiorlOan ur urIlmerlCRI1
American 1 Censor In Favor of ofnonubUoan ofRopubHcan ofRopublloati
nonubUoan Newspapers and Mntfu Mntfuziiioci lrRgazhlW AingaxItnorl
ziiioci zhlW Coiiviottjd COllvlQt d by JfiaOwu naOwlt rte Own Pan of ofDirty ofnbty ofDirty
Dirty Woxlt W Wn < < > k Against the Kansas Hnii latioasPaliar KansasPnpar Jas JasPlllI1
Pnpar PnparMr PlllI1Ir PaliarMr
Mr Ir Madden Mu1i1 i1 1 Third Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGenerahtmnot PostmasterGenerals
General Generahtmnot Generals tro4 iAIt not us we supposed confined confinedhis confinedhis confinedhis
his censorship ctns r htp tp the trade monthlies monthliesweeklies luonthllesweeklitlll monthliesweekifes
weeklies weeklitlll and ndmagazines magazines but invaded the thesacred tbeaacred thesacred
sacred rights of weekly newspapers de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted to ISms and ideas Republicanism is isexcepted isexcepted isexcepted
excepted however by censor Madden and andat anllat andat
at present only socialistic sheets like the Ch Chard GlrIlrd Ginand ¬
and Kan Appeal A efll 16 Reason are under the heban theban tbeoon
ban If the th express companies expressly expresslyagreed expresslyAreed expresslyagreed
agreed to divide the lie profits with Mr Mad MadJen Madlien Maddcn
lien lie could not have adopted a better betterplan betterplan betterplan
plan to give them the business of forward forwarding rorwardinl forwardhog
hog large weekly editions like those of ofAppeal orA ofAppeal
A Appeal jJ < < 11 to 0 Reason Publishers will and andmust andl11ust anduiuet
must find it cheaper and surer to use the theexpress theexprcss theexpress
express companies comp llles rather than the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States mail to reach their subscribers The TheNebraska TheNebraska IheNebtl1ska
Nebraska fiidependenUn IlldlJ mi lltin in its lastissueraked lastissuerakedthe last issuemked issuemkedtIle
the American 1 censor cen8 r fore and aft The TheAppeal TheA Theappeal
A Appeal Mlt tS d Reason appeals txtthetlcally txtthetlcallypatriotically DftthetlcallypatriotiMlIy natlietteallypatriotically
patriotically and even temperately to the thepublic tbepublic timepublic
public against again It Mr Madden and publishes publishescorrespondence publishescorrespondence publishescorrespondence
correspondence which establishes the thefact theFact timefact
fact that not only is Mr Madden capricious capriciousin
in hit rulings selfcontradictory but butgroMly butIIroealy butgrossly
grossly unfair and deliberately discrimi discriminating dilCriminating diecriminatiug ¬
nating in favor of Republican weekly weeklya111 weeklya111daily and anddaily anddaily
daily newspapers This also applies to tocertain tocertAin tocertain
certain magasines which have laa ve secured from fromMr fromMr from fromMr
Mr Madden exceptional treatment The TheAppeal 1heAp Thea
Appeal Ap a pJ Nllo to Reason RHS H says saysIKUB saYIIRUa say sayIRRR
The following advertisement has been beenrunning beenrnnningin beerrunning
running rnnningin in In the Kansas City Daily D iJy Star for formonths formolitba formonth
months It shown how plutocratic papers papersget papentget papersgets
get gets a circulation Mr Ir Madden will of course coursecompel couraecompel coursecompel
compel the Star to take off its list every everyone everyoneor one oneof oneof
of such subscriptions Not on your life he hewont hewont hewont
wont Only Socialist papers caunot send sendpaper sendpaper sendpapers
paper paper when they are paid for President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevC1t PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt should fire the third assistant assistantpostmaster autstautpoatlntter assistantposttuster
postmaster general and would if he knew knewwhat knewwhat knewwhet
what kind of a man he is isA iaAJ isA
If you need money on feeding cattle call calloil cal1on callon
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mers Tel Ii8Hickory 1 118 18 Hickory Kansas City Stock StockYards StockVanl StockYards
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DBNVfcR Nov si 2 igw igwDear tool toolDtar UQll
Dear l r Sir Believing that a careful perusal perusalof
of the Denver Republican R rlblictfH will soon con convince cQniltH eonvine ¬
vine vince iltH you that it is the best dally < < news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper published pnbll hed in the entire Rocky RockyMountain RockyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain region we have taken the liberty libertyof
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sample copies copi for a time timeIf timeIf timeIf
If you like the paper we shall be glad to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive your yo subscription at our regular regularrate regularrate regularrate
rate of 75 cents per month monthIn monthIn monthIn
In the meantime we wesball shall aba1l1uake nuke no charge chargeat
at all for the sample copies copi sent you youHoping youHoping youHoping
Hoping that this thl arrangement will preve prevemutually prevemutaan provemutually
mutually mutaan satisfactory and beneficial b neficial we re remain reo reomain reniaimi ¬
main Yours truly trulyTHE trul trulTHB trulyTHR
Read the above bearing in mind that the theacts tbeIcts theacts
acts of these tires papers together with the Kan Kansas Kansas CanHI ¬
sas City Journal have the sanction of the thepostoffice thepoatoffice thepostofce
postoffice department and then note what whatMtdden wbatMadden whatMadden
Madden says in the following letter Old Oldparty Oldparty Oldparty
party publishers can send their papers fre frePe free freeor freeor
or wh wbfln n paid For by byadvertleers Ildvertilers but butthe the A AJweU Ap AppealIwe11
pealIwe11 Pe lwt JweU thats that a different you know knowThe knowThe knowThe
The publisher of the Appeal A lal to Reason Reasonlanded R ReasonLanded alOn alOnlandeelMr
landed landeelMr Mr Madden in great shape when it itpublished itubllshtd itpublished
published ubllshtd on him the deadly parallel parallelCensor parllllelCenlOr parallelCensor
Censor Madden held up the Appeal A al to toReason 10RtlSOH toReason
Reason on the ground that numbers of its itssubscribers Itasabaeribera it itsubscribers
subscribers paid subscriptions for other otherpeople otherpeople otherpeople
people and had the paper sent to them Mr MrMadden MrMAdden MrMadden
Madden ruled ruiedthat that inasmuch as these people peopledid pcopledid peopledid
did not pay their own money direct to the thepublisltcr thepubli8ber thepublisher
publisher and had their subscriptions paid paidby paidby paidby
by somebody else the Appeal A lflilo to Reason R aaos had hadforfeited hadforfUed hadforfeited
forfeited its right to the second class mailing mailingprivileges maiUnlrprlvnlge mailingprivileges
privileges privilegesAnd prlvnlgeAnd privilegesAnd
And here is i what the A Appeal 4M eal ° to 0 Reason Reasondid RIIJIIdid Resoudid
did to Mr Madden MaddenTUB MaddenTU1J MaddenTHiI
COLUMBUS COLmI U8 Go G Nov Igor igotPostmaster 1901Postmaster IgorPusmultr
Postmaster General Washington IYash 11ron D C CDBARSIR CDBAR CDsAR
DBARSIR DBAR SIR I desire to send a subscrip subscription subacripion subscription ¬
tion ion of Success a magazine published in inNew inNew inNew
New York city to a friend for a Christmas Christmaspresent ChrJslmnlipresent Cttrisimaspresent
present and do not care to let my friend friendknow frfendkllow friendknow
know who is iSllendlng sending the paper Knowing Knowingthat KnoWingtIJat Knowingthat
that it is a valuable magazine I do not care careto caretq careto
to to do so if by doing so it might interfere interferewith interrerewltl1lts interferewith
with wltl1lts Its right to the privilege of ofsecoud ofsecoudclasS second secondclass secondclass
class rates through the United States malls mallsWould mallsWould madeWould
Would you kindly inform me whether whcther such suchperson suchperson suchperson
person whose subscription was paid for by byme byme byme
me without Jtia his consent would be consld considered consldered consldered ¬
ered a subscriber bscriber under the postal laws lawsHoping lawsHoping lawsHoping
Hoping you will kindly give me this in information InCorulatlon information ¬
formation I am Sincerely yours yoursW yoursW yoursW
W A Ross RossMR Ross1R RossMR
November ij J toot tootM 1901l spotDL
M l f A Ross Columbus GoSIR Gai GaiSIR Ga GaSIR
SIR In reply to your communication of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the nth instant InstantIIddre8led addressed to tine tie t e postmaster postmasterpeneral postmasterveneral postmasterveneml
peneral I have to adviser you that list a sub subscription aubscription subseription ¬
scription to Success of New York N Y Ypaid Ypltl Ypaid
paid for by you Ma as a Christmas gift to your yourfriend yourrriend yourfriend
friend in the manner indicated to i held to tobe tobe tobe
be legitimate and the copied of the publi publication publlCAtion publication ¬
cation may be sent to your friend at the thepound tbepound timepound
pound rate of postage under such subscrip subscription subscrlption subecriptlon ¬
tion Yours respectfully respectfullyEDWIN reapectfl11tyEDWIN respectfullyEDWIN
EDWIN C 1rt JklADDBN JklADDBNThird fADDeNThird DnltN DnltNThird
Third Assistant Postmaster General GeneralNow G tTeneraiNow neral neralNow
Now it will be observed that in the case caseof caseor caseof
of the Appeal A eallo to Reason Real s Censor Maddens Maddenaruling Maddensruling Maddensrulingwasto
rulingwasto ruling was to the opposite effect and in indeed Indeed indeed ¬
deed he prohibited the use of the mails to tothe tothe tothe
the paper as second class clas matter The Ap Appeal A Alal Aftpeat
peal lal says editorially editoriallyOn
On November a in an official communi communfcation communication oommunlcation ¬
cation to the Girard postmaster Mr Mad Madden Madden ttadden ¬
den Third Assistant PostmasterGeneralpointed PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralpointed PostmasterOeneralpointed
pointed out that the Appeals A ls secondclaw secondclawmail second secondclassmail claN claNmail
mail privileges privllegessllould should be oanocled because becauseit bcc use useIt
SUBSCRIBERS and that its circulation circulationWAS circulationWAS circulationWAS
The evidence furnished him no doubt doubtproved doubtpJUved doubtproved
proved 10 0 his mind that It he ww mistaken mTstakonand mrtakenand mistakenand
and he informed Senator Burton that he tieI hed hebad
had d decided not to put in form his order ordercanceling orderl1oeUnK ordercanceling
I canceling l1oeUnK the Appeals A ttts semodelaM seoond class entry entryen entryn
en n November toash 21 so 11 as he had at first pro ¬
posed He agreed with ith Senator Burton to tosend tonl toamid
send nl an inspector to Girortl Girardthe the inspector inspectorhoe inspectornot inspectorhas
hoe not arrived arrivedOn IrrindOn arrivedOn
On December 5 Mr Madden again took tookhis tookbis tookhis
his typewriter tY ewriter in hand and wrote wroteThe wroteThe v vThe
The department det > > artmeut does doesllot not deny that there thereare thereare thereare
to the peperThis peper paperThis peperThis
This refutes refllt his letter of November Novemberwhere Nove11lberwhere s swhere
where he state tale that the Appeal A 1 has not a alegitimate alegithnate alegitimate
legitimate list of subscribers subscribersAgain lubecdbersAgain subscribersAgain
Again on December 7 he says the papers papersbeing papersbeing papersbeing
being sent to persona I who had not them themselves tbems themselves ¬
selves s 1ves paid the subscription price WAS WASPAID WASPAlDUv WASPAID
He thus acknowledges that the paper isnot is isnot isnot
not being sent free thus again contradict contradicting contmdlcting contradictfag ¬
ing his statement that the paper is circulated circu circulated dnuloted ¬
lated largely Iar ely gratuitously
Thats That the situation in a nutshell Mr MrMadden MrMadden MrMadden
Madden has acknowledged a that every con contention COiltenUon cottention ¬
tention he has made against the Appeal A ral is isuntrue isuntrue isuntrue
untrue Beaten on every turn he proposes proposesnow proposesnow proposesnow
now to shut the Appeal A tal out on nthe the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that these subscriptions paid byjtbera by thers and andsent and8ent andsent
sent to friends vitiate the entire e ebtlre tire list listAnd listAnd listAmid
And this mind you in the face of his own ownruling OWllruUnl ownruling
ruling stating that such subscriptions when whensent whensent whe whesent
sent to other publication than the Appeal Appealand A Appealand tal taland
and in face of that ctauase of Rule No J8r J8rwhlcb z8twlricim Si Siwhich
which reads This rule is not intended to tointerfere toInterfere toInterfere
interfere with any genuine case where one oneperson oneperson oneperson
person subscribes for a definite period of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several issues for a limited number of ofcopies orcaples ofcopies
copies for or another anotherSenator IluotherSeMtor anotherSenator
Senator Burton addressed Censor Madden Maddenon
on behalf of the publisher of Appeal A tal to toReason 10Rtasoll toReason
Reason and the following extract from fromMaddens fromMaddens fromMaddens
Maddens reply is here inserted to emphasize em emphasize empllulze ¬
phasize as it were the objections he raised raisedto raisedto raisedto
to the paper and which as has hasbeen been shown shownhe 9hoVIIhe slmowuhe
he waived in the cases of orotherpubllcatlons orotherpubllcatlonsThe other publications publicationsThe
The argument is a fair exhibit of his hisconstruction 11 lilacongtrnetlon is iscon
construction con trtJtfon of the law The mailing of a alarge aIlIrge alarge
large per cent of his editions being to names namesfurnished namesfurnished namesfurnished
furnished and PAID for by others withouttime without withoutthe wlttloutthe
the volition of the addressee is considered consideredby consideredby consideredby
by the publisher l > uuUeher as had already been as ascertained a8certained ascertaiiied ¬
certained by the department as well as the thefact theract thefact
fact that a large per centsge of papers so sosent soMIdtare sosadtare
MIdtare sent are being refused by the addressees addresseesWe addre88lesWe addresseesWe
We rather think his the publisher of ofAppeal orA ofAppeal
Appeal A lal to t Reason construction of law is at atleast atleat atleast
least consistent and Censor Cen or Madden would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do well to imitate hfnmIf htm htmIf bimIf
If the New York magazine Success can canbe canbe canbe
be PAID FOR BY lY OTHBRB why uot the theAppeal theA theAppeal
Appeal A tlio to Reason ReasonWe RttlJOH1Ve
We 1 Ve e pause for Mr Maddens Matlden reply replyWILL replyWILL replyWIIi
if ifHorn
Horn This Communication from thoItmailiq tho thoInsldo thoIn8110
Insldo of f Supt Lewis of tho Sup Supply Supply ¬
ply Division I > Ofilco His In Instnnt Instant Instunt
stunt Dismissal Wnrrantod Wnrrantodby Varrantollby
by Authenticated Pilots FilotsBditor FitetsJidl PilotsEditor
Editor Jidl r GlobeHere Globe GlobeHere GkibHere
Here are a few facts regarding Mlkey MlkeyLewis MlkeyLewis MikeyLewis
Lewis that has ha not been touched upon in inyour inyour inyour
your reports reportsHe reportslie reportsHe
He kept the tbep1ivate private secretary of a Repre Representative Representative Represeutative ¬
sentative in a position in the Division Post Postoffice Postoffice Postoffice
office Supplies at the same time knowing knowinghe
he was drawing two salaries but the Repre Representative Rfpresentative Representative ¬
sentative a Democrat was on the Appropri Appropriation Appropriation Appropriation ¬
ation Committee and the bill to increase increaseMikeys increaselIikeys IncreaseMikeys
Mikeys salary was to come before that thatcommittee tbatcommittee thatcommittee
committee committeeWhen committeeWhen committeeWhen
When the secretary eQretar left the Supply Divis Division Division Division ¬
ion through the manipulations of Mikey he hewas heWAS hewas
was granted grant d three months leave of absence absencewith absencewith absencewith
with pay and Mikey sent him a very nice nicedesk micedealt nicedesk
desk Through this thl Mikeys influence influencewith Inflnencewith influencewith
with Heath he was given considerable of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the patronage of Alabama AlabamaAgain Alabama AlabamaAgain AlabamleAgain
Again he has violated the Civil Ser Service Service Service
vice rules by conspiring against cer certain certaln cerrein ¬
rein clerks among them several exUnion ex exUnion exUnion
Union soldiers and having them them die dismissed dl dlmlased diemissed ¬
missed transferred or reduced without withoutcause withoutcanllC withoutcause
cause other than to get them out of the way
While at the same S < 1me timThe tinT ime has kept a lot lotof lotor lotof
of clerks sending circulars browbeating browbeatingpostmasters browbeatingpOllJuuterll browbeatingpostmasters
postmasters into using the Aultand Ault am Wiborg
ink until there tltreis ia now in the hands of post postmasters postmasters postmasters ¬
masters an extra amount large enough to tolast tolalt tolast
last them them three years if properly used usedFurthermore usedfurthermore usedPurthermore
Furthermore that the business of said di division division division ¬
vision is isdone done in the most unbusineas like likemanner likemanner likemanner
manner of any place in the government governnentservice governmentservice gOernlllentservice
service and the whole drift of it is to spendnil spend spendall spendnil
nil the money be can get appropriated appropriatedwhether appropriatedwhether appropriatedwhether
whether necessary or not If there is any
doubt as to toUlele these statements let them send sendany IICndany sendany
any business man up there to make an in investigation invetttiptlon investigation ¬
vestigation but in the first place set Mikey Mikeyand likeyand Mikeyand
and his ME TOO out of the way and andthey andthey andthey
they will find by conducting the business businessproperly bUllnelsproperly businessproperly
properly the Government would save at atleast atlealt atleast
least fifty ft hy Uiouniiid doltara dollars a year yearHere yearHue yearHere
Here are a few cases LileS of nepotism for you youChris youChril youChris
Chris Sturm Treasury Department 1600 1600a
a year Margaret Storm Postoffice Paet oMee Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment daughter roooa year Chris Storm StormJr StormJr StormJr
Jr War Department son goo 100 a year yearDavid yearDavid earj earjDavid
David Nicholson War Department 1800 a ayear ayear ayear
year W Nicholson brother Postoffice Post ofGce De Department DepArtment Dcpartuieut ¬
partment 1800 H year A sister In Post Postoffice lostoffice Postoffice
office Department 840 to o a year B X XMacfarlatid XMacfarland XMacfarlamid
Macfarlatid and company of incapables hicapablessucceeded incapablessucceeded iucapablessucce
succeeded succe ded admirably in putting to sleep the theWilliam theWiI theWilliam
William WiI l McKinley National Memorial MemorialArclx MemorialArc MemorialArcftAsocfation
Arc ArcftAsocfation Arclx Association It is about the only way waysuch waysuch waysuch
such Ineapables can succeed succ ed In anything anythingkilling anytbingkilling anythingkilling
killing the enterprise enterpri le and movements movem nt or organized organlzed organized ¬
ganized by practical men who do not pose posefor posefor posefor
for their portraits I and keep their names namesstanding namesstanding namesstanding
standing in caps in the newspapers newspapersIf newspaperIf
If we were a selfrespecting aelf respecting colored man manwe manwe tunawe
we would find something sometJdn else among the thepolitical thepolitical thepolitical
political plums plunllthall than an office set aside for forniggers fornlggers forniggers
niggers It is degrading to the office officeitself officeitse1C officeitself
itself as it unquestionably is to the colored coloredappointee coloredappoh1tee coloredappointee
appointee who fills an official position set setaside setaside setaside
aside tuarked branded and thrown like a abone abone abone
bone to a dog to the colored colon id race the backboime back backbone backbone ¬
bone too of the Republican party partyWhSfl partyWh partyWh
Wh WhSfl the announcement of the Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmnaster
master master Generals resignation resignation was being beingposted beingposted beingposted
posted up on the Stars bulletin board boardTuesday boanTUClday boardTuesday
Tuesday evening last the editor of the theGLOBB theOw theGtous
GLOBB Ow > > who was passing at the time wit witnessed witne8fJcd witneeded ¬
needed a strange sight The postoffice postofficeclerks postofficeclerks postofficeclerks
clerks and the other Government employes employesfrom employesfrom employeefrom
from the big building across the street who whowere whowere whowere
were coming out outafter after their days toil on onreading onreading onreading
reading the bulletin swung their hats in the theair theair theair
air and cheered A few of the cferks cferksrecognizing atlrksreco clbrkerecognizing
recognizing reco nfzlng the editor ducked no doubt doubtto doubtto doubtto
to respect our grief at losing such a good goodkind goodkind goodkind
kind official as this thl Philadelphia editor editorWell edltorlWelltlle editorWellthe
Well Welltlle the treaty permitting us to con construct construct construct ¬
struct a canal cauals has been agreed to If thistreary this thistrcary UtlstrNry
trcary does not bring oa a war before our ourgrandsons ourgrandons ourgrandsons
grandsons are qualified to carry muskets musketswe musk ts tswe
we miss ml our guess gu Our great hope Is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fracas comas tom 1J off In oar day We Wewould Wewould Wewould
would cheerfully CllHrC U1 go to Purgatory foru foruwbaek for orll orllwbsck is iswheck
wbaek at England EnglandFrance lCngtandlfrAnte Inglandprance
France pays pey England about 4iooooe ioooo9 rooOI > > a ayear ayear ayear
year in cable rent rea
Bertha Edna and l1q Alma Pike Pikein Pikein Pikein
in Their Heroic Heroic Role RoleCVPTURING RoleCAPTURING RoleCAPTURING
At the Muzzle of Their Guns GunsTime GunsTimeOiroumstantlated The TheCircumstantiated he heOlroumsautlated
Circumstantiated Account of tho theNotcd thoNoted thoNoted
j jWho
Noted Deed Deed of Those Bravo ravo Girls OirlsWho GirlsWho
Who llodo All Night and Surprised Surprisedand SUrlrl8Cdand Surprisedand
and Made Prisoners of Threo Des Desperadoes Dospcralooli DoepOratlogs ¬
peradoes peradoesThree pcralooliThree pOratlogsThree
Three sisters istersBertha Berth a Edna Ed nil and Alma AlmaPike AlmaPikeresiding AlmaPikeresiding
Pike Pikeresiding residing at Hdzlewood lI zlewood Pa have havewon bavewon havewon
won wide fame for bravery by capturing capturingand capturbisrand capuringand
and turning over to the authorities a gang of ofnotorious ornotorious ofnotorious
notorious horse thieves The manner manner in inwhich inwhicb imiwhich
which they accomplished this feat demon demonstrates demonstratea demonstrates ¬
strates not only their personal bravery but buttheir buttheir f
their resourcefulness and all the country countryroundabout countryroundabout countrytoundaboutis
roundabout is singing their praises praisesThe prabesfhe i iThe
The Misses Pike are the daughters of ofGeorge orGeorge ofGeorge
George Pike who spent many years in inArizona inArizona inArizona
Arizona when that territory was wilder than thanit tbanit thanit
it is today He was there noted as a thief thiefcatcher thiefcatcller thiefcatcher
catcher and a terror to evil doers of every everysort every80rt everysort
sort fearless of his personal safety cool coolheaded coolheaded coolheaded
headed in time of danger and never afraid to todo todo todo
do his duty as an officer of the law no mat matter matter matter
ter what the odds against him might be beHis be1Iis beHis
His daughters spent the early part of their theirlives theirlives JtelrUves
lives amidst surroundings peculiar to the thewild Uiewild lie liewild
wild and woolly west It and naturally im im imbibed hnblbed ¬
bibed some of their fathers intrepidity intrepidityThe intrepidityThe intrepidityThe
The girls had no fear of bullets nor did didthey didthey didthey
they at any time shrink from hardship or orexposure orexposure orexposure
exposure that might be necessary in the thecarrying thecarrying thecarrying
carrying out of their plans With the use useof useof useof
of the rifle and revolver they are familiar familiarand famiUaroud familiaramid
and either snuff candle with witha
one can out a
wih I Ia
a bullet bulet at fifty ffy yards distance Their Ther most mostdearly moatdearly I Idearly
dearly prized prizd treasures are silvermounted silvermountedpistols sivermounted sivermountedpistols silvermountedpistols
pistols with which their father presented presentedthem preseQed preseQedthem presentedtheir
them before they were out of short dresses dressesThe dresscsTile dressesTime
The exploit exploiUor for which wlicb the Pike sisters siters are arenow arenow arenow
now receiving such unstinted uustnted praise praie was wasone walone wasone
one that illustrated iultrted their characters and the theimpress theimprefs theinmpresa
impress imprefs of their early eary training The vicin vicinity vlcn vlcniy vicinity ¬
ity iy of Hazlewood has for some lime past pastbeen pat patbeen pastbeen
been terrorized terorzed by a agang gang of horse thieves thievesFor thievesFor 1
For several weeks horses were stolen right rightand rigbtand rigimtand
and left lef and the lie authorities authorites seemed power powerleas powerleS powerleas
leas leS to do anything Repeated theftsaroused thefts theftsaroused theCs theCsaroused
aroused the people to a high hllh pitch of excite excitement ecte ectement excitement ¬
ment the farmers watched their ther stock night nightand night nightand
and dayA day dayA d < y yA
A few nights ago the Misses Pike heard heardan lleardan heardan
an unusual noise in the barn of Thomas ThomasBryan Thoma ThomasBryan
Bryan a neighbor and ant proceeded to make makean makean makean
an investigation investigton As was expected horse horsethieves bnrsethieves horsethieves
thieves were at work The young woman womannotified womannoted womannotified
notified noted their father and a few moments momentslater momentslater momentslater
later a posse was ws in hot pursuit puruit of the thethieves thethievas thethieves
thieves thievesWhen thievasWhen thievesWhen
When next net day the pursuers returned returnedhome reurned reurnedhome returnedhome
home in despair Mr Pike found that his hisdaughters hisdaughters hisdaughters
daughters were missing 1iling That night they
did not return retur and were still absent the fol following followln following ¬
lowing lowln day but a day later word was WS re received received received ¬
ceived from Pine Valley eight miles mies south soutltof soutbof southof
of there that the horse 10rse thieves thiee bad beencaptured been beencaptured beencaptured
captured by three young women Twenty Twentyminutes Twentyminute Twentyminutes
minutes minute later lat r between too 10 and aoo 2 men menwere menwere menwere
were on the way to Pine Valley ValleyTo VaUeyTo ValleyTo
To make the capture the Pike sisters sister had hadridden badrdden hadridden
ridden rdden all al night and ud part of the following folowing
day finally discovering dicoverinf by accident thehome the thehome tilehome
home of the thieves tllevell a cave along along the themountain the11Iountaln themommtain
mountain side sie south of Pine Valley ValleyAn Valey ValeyAn ValleyAn
An hour later the robbers appeared The Theyoung Tileyoung Timeyoung
young women wome1 wonenf fully fuly armed were wtrt hidden hiddenback biddenbck hiddenback
back bck of some lonle bushes in hill full f11 view vilw of the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of the cave Just as a the thieves dis dismounted dismounted dis dismounted ¬
mounted from frm their horses the sisters arose arosewith arosewith arosewith
with their guns pointed at the robbers and andgave andgave andgave
gave the ccumnand cQunand to halt haltUp hal haltVp
Up went two pairs pirs of rough muscular musculararms muscularIlrts musculararms
arms Ilrts but with an oath oth the leader leade of the themen themen theamen
men quickly passed passd his hand to the hip hippocket hl hlpocket hippacket
pocket of his trousers trousersA troUHrA
A shot cut through tlrougll the faded leaves of thebushes the thebushes thebushea
bushes nnd passed pAsled so close to the robbers robbershead robber robberhead robbershead
head it took off the brim brm of his bat and the thewords tbewords timewords
words in is throat died upon his lips lipsUp lps lpsUp s sUp
Up went his hands There
was a quick quickwhispered quickwhllpered quickwhispered
whispered conversation conve1tol among the girls girlsone glrll girlsone
one gun was wa lowered and its Is owner coolly coollywalked co01lywalked coollywalked
walked over to the three men took their theirweapon theirwepon theirweapons
weapon wepon from them and laid them aside at ata ata ata
a safe sfe distance tied the mens hands handaleblnd handaleblndtheir behind behindtheir behindtheir
their backs beka and returned retured to the side of her hercompauions hercompnlona hercompanions
companions compauionsForward compnlona companionsForward
Forward inarch miisrclmThe inarchThe marcbThe
The girls gtls their guns cocked cockd marched marehedbe marehedbehind marchedbehind be behind ¬
hind ready to shoot at the first sign of re resistance reo reosistance resistence ¬
sistance Arriving Arrving at Pine Valley the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young women omen turned their prisoners prisoner over overto overto overto
to Constable W E Carter of Instanter InstanterThey InstanterThey InstanterThey
They were brought to Hazlewood Halewood to await awaittrial awai awaittrial
trial at the January term of criminal court courtThey courtTiley courtThey
They gave their names as James Rodgers RodgersPete RodgersPete RodgersPete
Pete Armstrong and John Parker ParkerThis ParkerThis ParkerThis
This is i not tot the first frst achievement of a sim iimliar 81mlar similar ¬
liar lar nature nture in which the Pike sisters bav bavborne ha habrne have haveborne
borne brne a part While Whie they were living In InArizona hiArizona inArizona
Arizona Petrini Clvent and two others other had hadcut hl hadcut
cut the throat of an anIatan Italian and robbed robbd him himof fim fimof hemof
of considerable gold dust Alone Edna Ednatrailed nd Ednatrailed a atraled
trailed traled the murderer over over mountains and andafter dadafter nd ndafter
after several severaldays days returned reurned with him 1lm tri triumphantly tr trtumpliantly ¬
umphantly He le is now serving sering a life le lersent rsent rsentence sent sentence sent sentence
ence at Yuma YumaThe YumaThe YumaThe
The district where the Pikes lived lved is in isthe inthe in
the heart of what once constituted the bad badlands badlands badlands
lands of Arizona Here H re famous old Geron GeronIrao Geronimo Geroniwo
imo at the head of the wickedest wickedestband band of ofIndians orIndians ofIndians
Indians then tlel in existence infested the Rich RichHill RlcbHi RichHill
Hill Hi mountains and the Weaver and Blue BlueTank DlueTonk BlueTank
Tank districts firing frinz settlers cabins mur murdering murderuK niurdering ¬
dering deruK plundering robbing stages bullion bulliontrains bu10n bu10ntrain bulliontrains
trains train and creating a reign regn of oUerror terror that will willlive wi willlive
live 1ve in history historySuch l1itory l1itorySuch historySuch
Such sensational senatiotal adventures as these thesehaving theselaving thesehaving
having laving been commonplaces commonpl ces to the Pike Pikesisters PikeIsters Pikesisters
sisters from their tleir infancy they began at last laatto lastto lastto
to long for novelty But of what sort they theydid theydid theydid
did not know Their knowledge and cxperieuce ex experience experieuce ¬
perieuce of adventure had been so pre precocious precodous preeocious ¬
cocious and so abundant that there was Wslltle Wslltle1eft little littleleft littleleft
left for them to learn or to do doOne doOne doOne
One day Edna ldna Pike after aCer considering onaiderlJg the themelancholy themelancholy themelancholy
melancholy plight of three young women womenwho woinen woinenwho womenwho
who had exhausted the possibilities possibities of ofthrilling ortbriing ofthrilling
thrilling tbriing adventures adventure before they were so somade 2 aomade
made a daringsuggestion daringsuggestion1Ve daring darng suggestion suggestionWe suggeston suggestonWe
We know all al about guns and horses hore and andthiefcatching andtblercatcbing andthiefcatching
thiefcatching said eld this remarkable rmarkble self selfreliant selfrelant selfreliant
reliant relant young lady lad suppose we try the thesort thesort thesort
sort of thing other girls iirs like 1ke I mean meanclpthes meanclptbes meanclgthes
clpthes and parties patcs and men and that sort sortof sor sortof
of thing thingThe thinltrbe thingThe
The other two thought it over Then Thenthey Tbel Tlmenthey
they Ie agreed aieed Mr Pike apprised of the thesituation theituation the1tualion
situation ituation gave gave his perraiwlonfbr permlulonfr two years yearsof yeartof yearsof
of boarding bOrding sohool In Philadelphia hiadelplla So the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young ladle put away their rifles rfles and their theirriding ther therridlng theirriding
riding ridlng trousers tronMn and went And they thlY liked likedit Jked JkedI likedit
it I very much so 1 much in fact act that when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they returned rcturtd they the declared they bad had hadenough bd bdnough hadenough
enough of the west and wished to live lve per perraaoently permanently er erQaenUy
raaoently QaenUy in i the east t

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