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SOCIETYs CRIME CRIMEAgainst RIME I
Against Humanity as Exempli Exemplifled Exemplifled
fled in Our District Jail JailLAPPING JailLAPPING
LAPPING FOOD LIKE DOGS DOGSta
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ld ta 1reatmell otthc of the lumates ort or trio trioIihatriot e ei
i District Jail a Orlm Crlmo Against Olv OlvUlzatlonDclradln ClvtllratlonDegrading
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l mane People at aUb9 tb9 Nations Capital CapitalThe CapitalThe
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The GLOBm would respectfuUy bring to toJ tothe
J the attention of the Congressional com committee commlttee
mittee on onthe the District oJ of Columb Columbia the jail jailof jailof
of this District the matters speclficUy speclficUyneeding pecificetlyneeding
needing reformation are areI areL
j L I TheaboUtion The aboljtionof of long sentences sentencesor or for forperiods
periods of over thirty days of the culprits culpritai
i brought before our localludges local fudges
2 Providing for some sort or employ employment employment
ment for the sentenced prisoners either intheir In Intheir
their cells or In sonic general worksbop worksbopwhlcb workabopwhich
which could be provided and equipped equippedwithin equippedwithin
within the jail inclosure
3 The daily drill or exercise of from fromtwo fromtwo
two to f four ur hours of the prisoners In the theevent theevent
event that a orkllliop is Impracticable Impracticablewhlcb impracticablej
j which It ought not to be at least light cell cellwork cellwork
work ought to be easily provided
4 Providing the prisoners with cheap cheapatone cheapstone
atone ware plates and bowls on which food Coodis foodfa
is to he served and furnishing them knlvell knlvelland kniveaand
and forks to eat the same
5 The regulation oC the hours hoursof of duty re required required
quired of guards and employes on a hula balisor hulaof
or common seuse and of humane condition conditionAsto conditionsAsito
Asto tile necesalty neceeftyfortheae forUlese reformations reformationsthe
the GLOBS offers the following observations obeervalionllbased observationsbased
based upon a visit to the jail and on infor informatlon Infornation
nation otherwise supplied supp1i and full fully au authentlcated authenticated
thentlcated thentlcatedtlrst thenticatedFirst
First taking up tIle matter of the extra utraordinary extraordinary
ordinary hour required of the engineers uglnecr of oftbe ofthe
the jail It appears that the head engineer engineerwllo engineerwho
who ta Fact 110 certificate at such on file Is Isexempted isexempted
exempted from his term ou the watch or ortrick ortrick
trick or duty white his assistants are forced rorcedto forcedto
to put in twentyfour hours on a stretcha stretch stretchwithout
a 14 without sleep leep orotber rest than the time timeconsumed timeconsumed
consumed In eating their meals Now Nowtwentyfour Nowtwentyfour
twentyfour hours at a tretcll 011 duty and andeepecially andespecially
especially the lie duty of an engineer is are arequirement a re requirement
quirement as senseless as It il injudicious injudiciousand injudiciousand
and dangerous Instead or alternate twenty twentyfour twentyfour
four duty and twentyrour rest the time timeIIchedule timeschedule
schedule should be arranged with the services ser services
vices or the head engineer thrown into intomake In to tomake
make the trick or duty not to exceed twelve twelvehours twelvehours
hours or less Metlntime loleantinle the head engineer englnlernlight engineermight
might be relulredlo required to frame his lice license nile In Inimitation inimitation
imitation of his asslstnntsprovlded hI he has hasone hasone
one oneThe
The guards trick of duty Is not so ob objectionable objectionable
jectionable and their rests arc reasonably reasonablyrecuperating reasonablyrecuperating
recuperating to warrant their active vlgl vlgllance vigilance
lance while on duty dutyNow I INow
Now as to the prisoners confined itl the theUtttIe thelitttle
UtttIe tomblike cells and who are treated treatedexactly treatedexactly
exactly 8S tile more ferocious animals of ofour ofour
our Zoo we ask In the Interest or humanity hunlanltytllat humanitythat
that radical reformation be at once Inaugl1 Inaugl1rated inaugnrated
rated How can any Congressman alt down downto downto
° to the table in hi his hotel or boarding house hOUIeand houseand
and enjoy his meal when beknowa he knows andia andiaresponsible and is isresponsible
responsible for the fact that human beings beintalike beingslike
like himself almost within the shadow of ofthe ofthe
the capitol are compelled to lap their food foodI foodlike
I like dogs The food such as it Is la thrust Ulrustinto
C into the pT prisoners lonerB celll1 cell in corroded greasy greasytin greasytin
tin vessels and the prisoner Is forced to eat eator eator
or lap the mixture of soup meat potatoes potatoesvegetables potatoesvegetables
vegetables etc ns neither knife uor fork Is Isrun isfurnished
run furnished lshed him Thc excuse for this brutal brutalizlng brutalg
izlng treatment of the erring or unfortunate unfortunateinmnte unfortunateinmate
inmate of die jail I is that he Itoo vicious to tobe tobe
be Intrusted with a knife and fork torIThis forkThis
This puerile and senseless excusewnrmntB excusewnrmntBihe excuse warrants
1 the Instant dlsmlssnl oC anyoffidnl or guard guardoffering guardoffering
offering tile slime The editor of tI the GLonn GLonnbas GLonahas
bas bad the honor of the acquaintance of nt ntleast atleast
+ least one guard In the county jail fhll fhllgentlemnn flu flugentleman
gentleman Emmanuel Ream has turned turuedthe turnedthe
the key 011 om individual self more times timetthan timesthan
than lie be hat hairs on his ulanly chest Guard GuardReam GuardReam
Ream has seen as we ve have over two thou thouMml thousand
+
sand convicts seated at tile tables In the tbeOhio theOhio
Ohio Penitentiary eating eatingout out of stone ware wareand wareand
and with knives and forksl These convicts convictswere convictswere
were men who had been actually tried and andlound andfound
found guilty or every crime In the criminal criminallendar criminalcalendar
calendar lendar from murder to stealing chickens chickensmany chickensmany
many or thelll were redlcevlsts of two twothree twothree
three four five and six convictions for rorpennl forpenal
penal offenses Yet the prison authorities autlioriUesrmlshed authoritiesfurnished
furnished them knives and forks and stone stoneware stoneware
ware heavy enough to brain eacllother eacllotherand each other otherand
and Guard Ream any more than the editor editorcnnnot editorcannot
cnnnot cannot cite many cases where one prisoner prlsonelnsed prisonerused
used either his knife fork plate or bowl bowlon bowlon
on the head or person or a fellow prisonerIf prisoner
11 ouch Iln occurrence took place punish punishI
I t ment sure ure and certain followed soawlftly soawlftlyIi so swiftly swiftlythat
Ii that imitators were promptly Intimidated Intimidatedfrom intimidatedfrom
from doing likewise likewiseNow likewiseNow
Now In our jail no sUCh excuse a u fear or orinjury ofinjury
injury to guards or prisoners should be be per perroUted permitted
roUted or accepted as the aUsufficient aUsufficientI all aumcient aumcientreason
I reason why the authorities or the District Distrietdegrade Districtdegrade
degrade human beings to the level oC the thebeasts th thbeaits
beasts of the field Lettbc Let the Jail inmates be besuppUed besupplied
supplied with clean earthenware dishes dlsbesand dishesand
and knives and forks also plenty oC soap soapand soapand
and water These things society owes the theImprisoned theImprisoned
Imprisoned and society when It denies deniesthem deniesthem
them Is more criminal than tile vilest thug thughorse thughorse
horse thief or burglar behind tile walls For Forsociety lor loraoclet
aoclet society commits this olTensengalnsthuman olTensengalnsthumanit offense against human humanfly
it fly out of the sheer walltone s of its power powerand powerand
and Its known irresponsibility or rear of ofpnnlshment ofpunishment
punishment And notwithstanding that itlipuniehed it itlepunlsllcd
lepunlsllcd later on by the brutes It has hasDlade hasnode
node out or human beings its indifference indifferenceis
is begotten of that Instinct which In the thethief tbetbler
thief and burglar is called criminal and andc andcorrectly
c correctly rrectly so soDetter soBetter
Better that one jail Inmate cuts another anotherwith anotherwith
with bls table knife every ery day ill the week weekthen weekthen
then that such a system of degradation of ofhnmon ofhuman
human beings be enforced by the authori aulhorities authorities
ties of compelling men to lap their rood roodlike foo foolike d
like dogsl dogslDut dogelBut
But there need be no danger of any suchan such suchan
an an outcome The prisoners eat their meals mealsseparately mealseparately s
separately in their cells When through throughtheir througtheir h
their meals the guards and attendants ca cacollect can cancollect
collect from each prisoner his knife fork forkspoon lorkspoon
spoon plate and bowl WIlY is i Dot this thisdone thisdone
done Simply because It is more degrad degradlng degradlag
lag ferocious and brutal In the authorities authoritiesto
to compel prisoners to lap their rood as asrot and androt d
rot in their outward and Inward filth in incontnlllt i icontrast
contnlllt to the well paid servants who are arepaid arepaid
paid by tile tax payers to safeguard and at attend attend
tend to these criminal wards of tile state state stateIn
In the th matter of long senteneejudgCl1l sntenees judges i idevoid f
devoid of nstural tural humanity ought 10 be betOmpned b bcompelled e
compelled by law to acquire such aUributu aUributuTkat attribgteaThat
That ta to say y they ought to heUmlted be timited In InI i iisdieting n
I hdllctiMg jUllenlenetl jail sentences of over thirty t Ilfty dayswhile days dayswhnl
while pr present cnt condition prevail in these tl1eaeintUuUo theseinstitutions
intUuUo institutions If a prisoners crime call fo for r
greater punishment punl lu ent lot him btt sentenced sentencedto I
to tile penlta penltsatfary tlalJ where at t least lie will willbe willbe
be treated in a cilUz civilized 1 manner and where wherethe
aeutaI1le1th health win not be beimpaired I Iimpaired
the 1 1 physical and mental
1i i impaired and ruined ruinedthere
there IfNd be no squeamishness or r false falseIIntiwent falsesentiment I
sentiment offered as excuse for hesitating hesitatingto
to put the brand oC the penitentiary upon uponlIueh uponsuch I
such j offendersThere offenders offendersThere
There is no difference between jail jailbird jailbirdand bird birdand
I and penitentiary convict onvictU from rotu the point pointof pointof
of view of the general public ltxjall ltxjallbird Exjallbird
bird and oxconvict exconvict are equally and Infaw InfawOUSl1 infamously
OUSl1 svnonolnoua terms and the writerwho writer writerwl10
who is In the latter category feels reel no more moredegradation moredegradation
degradation In the term than he docs of being be beIng
Ing an exofficlal He has been both con convlct convict
vlct and state officer ad if there is a shadeof shade shadeof
of difference In his pride of thenppellatlon thenppellatlonex
ex be prefers the formerFor former rormerlFor
For In hlsparticularcase he bt served with withmucb withmuch
much more honor his term of imprisonment Imprisonmelltas
as IL convict than he did as au official inns innsmuch inasmuch
much as PRINCJL was the motive and andstaying andstaying
staying power of the former while loot and andthe andthe
the spoils or office were the high 1 motives wotivesnulmatinlr motivesanimating
animating ills efforts to seek hold and re retain retama
tain the latterPassing latter latterPassing
Passing this personality and offering It Itsimply itsimply
I simply as hearts ease to the humane and andsympat1etlc andsympataetic
sympat1etlc judge who assigns IL fellow rellowmortal fellowmortal
mortal to a cell in the District jail for rorperiods forperiods
periods ranging from sixty days to one and andeven andeven
even two years under the kllown known conditions conditionsprevailing conditionsprevailing
prevailing there the GLong would assure assurethe assurethe
the judge that the exercise of clemency to towhich towhich
which be is sworn will be more in bar barmony liarmony
mony with the real attributes of that much muchmisused wuchmisused
misused virtue if every prisoner whose whoseoffense wboseoffense
offense merits a greater punishment than tllnnthirty thanthirty
thirty days In jail Is sent to the the one or the theother theother
other of the Northern penitentiaries where whereVedernl whereFederal
Federal prisoners are confined confinedWork confinedWork
Work ought to De provIded for tall In Inmates inmates
mates It Is aa necessary for their mentality mentalltyas
as food Is for the maintenance of thelrphy thelrphyIleal their phiy phiysisal
sisal beings Suppose that even a daily dailytask dailytask
task was given each prisoner III his cell cellwith cellwith
with rewards or punishment for its per perrormance performance
rormance or failure And suppose this thista thistask
ta task k waunade wee made light and possible ofachlevc ofachlevcment of achieve achievewent
went the prisoners mind would be occu occupled occupied
pled and hll thoughts directed ill the proper properchannel properchannel
channel Instead of as now embittered by byhb byhis
hb treatment al n brute unfit Bud not llu llu1Il0n human
man enough to be lutru intrusted ted with a knifefork knife kniferork
fork or spoon to eat his food foodWe foodWe
We slush hall again and again refer to this thiswatter thismatter
matter and expose to the world orld the 1egra degradation 1egradation
dation to which human being are subjected subjectedIn
In a jail jalllotatecl located In tile Capital of that NaLion Na NatlOII
Lion which Impudently assumes to br In Inthe inthe
the front rank or cliliaed powers not one oneof oneof
of which subjects its criminal to such de debaiting debasing
baiting treatment as Is I inflicted upon former fonuercitizens formercitiaens
citizens NOT subjects of this Imperial Re Replbllc Republic
public
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THE IIEW IIE 41ir SCANDAL SCANDALA
A General Court llarlllll Should He HeOr1cred lieOrdered
Ordered 101 foeCorbiu CmLlln unci II Ileistand Ileistandfrdigor olstantl olstantlRditor
Rditor Sunday SundayYour Globe GlobeYour
Your article ill reference to the Investlga Investigation Investlgation
tion or the hemp scandal published In last lastSundays lastSundays
Sundays issue was very convincing and andshowed ud udsbowed
showed you must have been acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedwith
with the facts 88 brought out before theSenate the theSenate
Senate l Military i1ftary Committee and with theshowing the thehowing
showing of facts fact Corbin and Hel Heistand Heistandshould tand tandIhould
should be ordered before a general courtmartial court courtmartla1
martial and indeed they should demand it itif itif
if they are Innocent but they are not Inno Innocent innocent
cent and wilt not demAnd a COurtmartial COurtmartialThey courtmartialThey
They have fortified themselves behind behindtheir behindtheir
their oft5cfsl place and refuse to be smoked smokedont mokedont
ont satisfied wltkl withrbeing being permitted to todraw todraw
draw their pay U a common thiefs thief 1s eatislied lIatls lIatlsfled
fled to keep stolen property The writer writerhope writerhopes
hope that the committee will soon makeits make makeIts
Its rep report rt to the Senate and also hopes thatit thAt thAtit
it will not be a Schley verdict although itIs It Iti
Is i preli predited ted by many but as a In the Schley Schleya Schleycase
case a e the people have ren rendered ered their verdict verdictand verdictand
and Corbin Heistand and Boyd ate pro pro110unred prod
110unred guilty gUlhTMnjor guiltyMajor
Major Hawks has sustained the chargesutade charges chargesmod
mod utade utadeAnd f fAnd
And the committee Is bound lo find findGen findGeu
Gen Corblu Col Heistand George D DMeiklejohn DMeiklejoln
Meiklejohn an and Judge James Boyd guilty gl1l1tyand guiltyand
and In the caM of lorbll1 and Helstond ad adviM advise
viM that they be court mnrllaled and dl die diemissed
missed from the service as they are surely Burelyproveu surelyproven
proven guilty or using public fundafor pri private privute
vate purposes There should be art inves investlgation investigation
tlgation covering the entire cable and tele telegraph dc dcgraph
graph business of the government and also ataethe alsothe
the transport service a as well as the purchase purclialeror purchasefor
for the Government of vessels for use duro duroIng during
Ing the SpanltUIAmerlean Spauiih American war A rich richmine richmine
mine of corruption would be found but butthen butthen
then the officials might clalnl the rmnd fronds on onthe onthe
the Government to be mistakes made lIIadethrough madethrough
through a press or business buslneuIn
In fact the military committee of the theSenate theSenate
Senate did not go far enough In Its investigation investi investigation
gation of the hemp scandal or It wouldhave would wouldbave
have had Secretary of War Root before If Ifond itandlearned
andlearned ond learned the reason why Major Hawks lIawkaWIlS Hawkswas
was dismissed from the custom service be berore before
fore reaching his assignment to duty at atIloUo atIloilo
IloUo Phl1pplne Islands and If It was on onaccount onaccount
account of his connection wlth the hempscheme hemp hempIIchem
scheme e as a private citizen and nt the re requ request
quest qu st of officials or the War Depart Department Departmentunder lqtj lqtjunder
under the Immediate control of the Secre Secretary Secre Secretary
tary of Warwhy War why did not the secretary take takeaction takeaction
action against Corbin Heistand and Meiklejohn Meikle Meiklejobn
john and recommend to the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General that action be taken against the thethen thethen
then Assistant Attorney General Boy Boyd Boydneither < l lneither
neither of which has a more honorablerecord honorable honorablerecord
record than Major Hawks and as a matter matteror matterof
or fact Major Hawkss record Is without a aflaw aflaw
flaw 8S shown In the records of the Coin COIUmlttee Coinmittee
mlttee on Military Affairs of the Senate SenateFor SenatePor
For the honor or the army when officers officersare officersare
are proven guilty or grave charges such asusing as asusing
using public funds for private purposes and alldengaging anddngaging
engaging In business enterprises contrary to tothe tothe
the regulations or the army they should be bedealt bedealt
dealt with in B way that would make others othershesitate othershesitate
hesitate before committing a crime crime1he crimeThe
The writer has talked with many army armyofficers arl1lYofficers
officers and officers or the War Var Departm Department Departmentand nt ntand
and all condemn Corbin Heistand and andMeiklejohn andMeiklejohn
Meiklejohn but almost always ask not to be bequoted bequoted
quoted shoWIng they are afraid to have havetheir havetheir
their honest sentiments known as the gang gaugIs
Is to 0 strong they are In fear that hat they wouldin would wouldIn
In some way suffer suITerIt sufferIt
It is to be hoped that the horses 01 Genl GenlCorbin
Corbin and Col Heistand may be bridled brld1edand
and led In the right direction J 11 S SA SA
A miller is thus remembered I In Christinn Christ Christian
ian memory of H who departed title thlalICe titlelife
lICe without hum human aD assistance assistanceGeneral 8sistanceGeneral
General yrenforth finds it easier to cam cammand cemmend
mend one hundred thousand tb ul8ud veterans than thanone thanone
one woman He asks to be relieved fromcommand from fromcomwand
I command of his demlllticeharge including Inoludlnrhi
I hi Lila wire butwm still retain command couuu d of ofthe
the veterans or the Chit war and the hero lttroee
01 many battle battlesThere battleTIlere
Senulthm
There are nvn nav n hIlt ia the Fifty PirtylIevenlh
seventh Congrese COlIgr
ANOTHER DOSE DOSEOn
On the Rott Rotten n Pension Bureau BureauUndGt BureauUndQr
UndGt H Clay Evans EvansBY
1 1BY
BY A POSTED CRITIC CRITICWhloh CRITICWhich
Which UUilt Appeal to resident 11t8IdentHqosev residentltgosevelts
Hqosev ltgosevelts lts Souse 01 or 1 PAirnoss lrllc81i alii aliilUaklng asMaking
Making Outn Case for Removal RemovalCitations I IOltations
Citations atlll Quotations Back BackUp flackUp
Up tboPrqo the ProofbHow How theVeter the Veteran llalld llalldJlIs and andIlls
Ills Widow A Are ttobbod ttobbodTo bcct bcctTo I
t
To hiss the veterans complaint agaln against againstthe t tthe
the Pension Department lias hasbecome become highly hlgblypopulnr highlypopular
popular with members ot the Junto unto Judge JudgeRassleur JudgeRassieur
Rassleur in his late addressbdore the last lastnational lQs1 lQs1atlonal
national atlonal encampment said the veterans veteranscomplaints etunnscomplaints
complaints were well rounded and were werealmost were werealmost
almost a universal complaint complaintThe complaintThe
The last five issues or the GLODE have 1avecited havecited
cited conclusive proofs or the existence of ofthe ofthe
the antipenslon junto In the Cabinet in inboth inboth
both political parties in Congress In the thePension thePension
Pension Department and among the G A AR AR
R officials for illegally antI uncoustitl1 uncoustitl1tlona11y unconstitutionally
tlona11y reducing the pension laws by con construction construction
struction and oblivion In the absence of ofCongress ofCongress
Congress ana for preventing Cpngressional Cpngressionalinvestigation ngresslon l linvestigation
investigation investigationIn
In debate In Congress January 19 19f 19QO 19QOthe igcxthe
the Congressional members ot the junta Juntoarwed juntaarmed
armed with Evans peculiar weapon weaponbopped weaponshopped
bopped onto Congressman Curtis like likethe likttbe
the fleas in Egypt for introducing a resolu resolution reolution
tion to Investigate these complalllts The Theright rheright
right or petition wa was denied Congress COllgreuman Congressman
man Sims Democrat of rennHilce Jevans Jevansstate ltvuusstate
state made such a bald and fabulous fabulouespeech fabulousspeech
speech laudatory of th that t pJ pretetded tluded G A AR AR
R Investigation which wliit wl1lliWt1s1led wasbed ICvans ICvanstbnt llvansthat
that Sims afterwards cut It out ot the bound bOUAelvolume boundvolume
volume of the Record ReordCongressman RecordCongressman
Congressman hay Republican of New NewYork NewYork
York not Pennsylvania the same day In Inanswer inanswer
answer to charges against the department departmentby
by Congressman Robinson boldly stated statedthat statedthat
that Evans was O K that Evans was not notholding notholding
holding up claim or minora minors that the theaUeaeel thealleged
alleged minors were from twenty twentyfive five ie iethirtyfive to tothirtyfive
thirtyfive years old that lIe Ray was op oppOled opposed
pOled to Section 470t orthe of the minors mln9rslawj law that tbatI thatRvaus
I Rvaus valls walt doing tile proper thing that tbatthelle thatthese
these children were over sixteen years old oldItt oldat
Itt date of filing claims End that the law lawonght lawought
ought to be repealed Ray did not say that thatBvanl thatEvans
Evans had been pleading with Congrelll for rorfour forfour
four years to repeal pelll retroactively that eec scction eection
tion nndto and toispudiats rapudlate the short accrued accoruedpension accruedpension
pension of these minors minorsTo minorsTo
To use 8 mild term Ra Ray stated afl untruth untruthfor untruthfor
for a bad purpose 111s speech elearl elearlsllowed clearly clearlyshowed
showed III traversing the language of HokeSmiths Hoke HokeSmiths
Smiths declsl9n against 1oehren on this thisvery thisvery
very point that Ray was Va well posted postedBuaghul poutedBuagluer
Buaghul 7 1 P D 4J3 text text RB Ray knew IU atthat 1 1tllat
that very moment that for at t least two and andonehalf andonehalf
onehalf y years ar8 liven had been eontitntlyholding contiatty contiattyI
I holding up the clahn claims of Inrallt In arms armsand tmK tmKI
I and at the bottle in ever every case where one 411eof oneof
of the ol older er children under sixteen at t sol 101aler soldiers
aler diers death wa was over sixteen at filin filinclaim filing filingclaim
claim claimThreefourtb claimThree
Threefourtb Three fourthof or the cillitnl held up by byBvans byEvans
Evans had been flle filed since Uvan appoint appointmetlt appointwent
went and were otlhie of hie claw cl In a majority IJ1AjOrityof
of the 20000 clalm8 of minors held up by byRvana byEvauia
Rvana there WII wile Ohly a few dollars doe the tbeI thechild
I child over 16 at flUng claim the bulk of the theamount theamount
amount In each elalm being due to the theyounger theyounger
younger children wll whose e title was concededby conceded concededby
by Evans That wall all there was in the theholdup theholdup
holdup of consequence to the surplus surplusfor urplusI
I for if Bva Evans had complied with nl1tq 69 of ofISSJ ofiSSI
ISSJ and paid aid to thou IIlIder 16 at filing filingthe flUWthe
the amounts which he conceded to be due duethenl duethem
them th the balance would not been worth worthtile worthlie
tile lie candle to the treasury In many or orthe ofthe
the holdups there wa was lees than a dPllar do har iu iudlpute Indispute
dispute with 600 600 admitted to h he due te teinfnnta theinfants
infants This is why Ray did not want a aCOllgre aCongressional
COllgre Congressional lollal investigation ThIs I is why whyhe whyle
he conceded fI small modicum or Evans Evauscrime Evanscrime
crime against these c1aim claimants nt1l Evans quit QutLocllrenedLochren quitLoclirenedLociiren
LocllrenedLochren for Locllrell field up uponly uponly
only claim ill which at least one child was wasover wasover
over J6 prior to July J lSSo Uvalll1 wa was a acontinulnc acontinuing
continuing order applying to future birth birthand birthsand
and claims and lIe held up claims of minors mlnorwhere minorswhere
where soldiers lied after Ivana came cameinto caweinto
into office It was almost impossible to toeSe1lpe toescape
escape hi his weeping rule planned for forsaving forsaving
saving for June 30t118 30th gB990 19oo Igor Igorand 1901nnd
and Igos 190 It was hoped to run that long longHitchcock longhitchcock
Hitchcock knew aU about it and quietly quietlykept quietlykept
kept still and tacitly permitted Evans Evansto Rvanllto
to overrule 1I0ke Smith and former Secre Secretarles Secretaries
tarles of Interior and three A Allprney rney Gen Generais Gellemls
emls until severallUonths several months after Itoblnsons Ihobinsonsspeech Itoblnsonsspeech
speech January J9 1900 when the pressure pressurebecame pressure pressurebecame
became something awful to stem Then rhenon Thenon
on May 26 Hitchcock the distinguished dlstingulsbedlawyer distinguishedlawyer
lawyer overruled three Attorney Generob Generoband Generaleand
and all former Secretaries of Interior by bywriting bywriting
writing Evans lIP II P D No 2 to continue continueto
to hold up the 6000 claims whIch Hoke HokeSmith HokeSmith
Smith bad ordered 1ocbren to reopen reopenThese reopenThese
These 6000 were just beginning to reach renchthe reachthe
the adjudications from the rejected files tiJeswhen fileswhen
when Evans the legal luminary of the theburcau timebureau
bureau conceived his coup of repeating repeatingtbe repeatingtime
time dose > > lth quadruple ingredIents ingredIentsAs
As toUvans t Evans new wrinkles put In for forquantity forquantity
quantity Hitchcock round on May 26 1900 igoolint 1900tll
tll lint t he could not stand the pressure any anylonger anylonger
longer and overruled Evans on th thin 14000 14000claims 14000claims
claims which contained 110 child that was
16 prior to July I 1880 but why July I 1i88o 1i88oHitchcock 188o 188oIJtchcock
Hitchcock had two motives in overruling overrulingaU
aU former secretaries and three attorney attorneygenerals attorneygenerals
generals as to the 6000 6o0oclaims claims containing at atIfll atleapt
leapt Ifll t one minor 16 prior to July I 18 18Pt iSSo iSSoI
Pt I t at he wanted to let Evans down easy ensy2d easy2d
2d be wanted to avoid pying paying Ot the tbeamounts theamounts
amounts concded conceded to be due the Infant infants infantsnot
not oven6 over t6 July 1 18 i88o wInch lie admitted admittedto admitteto d
to be due them but which Evans was bold boldIng holdlag
lag tIp for commeeol commercial purpoles purposes to turn Into Intotbe intothe
the Treasury Trelury June 30 each dear ear But here hereagain hereagain
again time pressure became unbearable and andalthough andalthough
although he had on June I ii 19 1900 s slgne slgnevauiS gned gnedKvons d
Kvons vauiS order to hold up the infants stlares stlaresIn almruin e
In themixed the mied claims IltchCock Hitchcock was forced rorcedon
on Jlnuary January 16 I9r Igor to recede from that an anordered Bnd Bndordered d
ordered Dvans to pyout pay out to the minors not nott6
16 July I 18 ISSo their reste respective tlve share shares In Inaecordance i iaccordance n
accordance with withthe the long lonl establsh established d pra pratics a
tics under ruling 6 6q which reads Tbe Tbepension Th Thpension e
pension agent may In accordance accornce with wih e eistng cx cxfeting
feting istng practice be instrcted instructed to py pay th thquotas the thequolas e ee
quotas due the sveral several minors on scparat scparatvouchers separte separtevouclr e
vouchers vouclr or to withhold from any of th the thetheir 1 m
their portion and pay the othw othsre Ctii Dig Digi88g
18 i88g p 28 28This 2981 2981This
This pair shou1d be sUttmd sutumarily j1 t iiI iiIa l las
a as Incompetent or worse Tba iM iapauo tUe tUeto iii iiito e
to the lie veteran I ls too HOt to be nttluke nttlukewith Q 1eY1d 1eY1dwtl
with
withHitchcock wtl Blchtock Hitchcock on May 26 2 ttis t 1 itt teyerein teyereinth g
th tllAtornlY Mtoruey Gneral Generals 1 f Ic he wante wanted to topt t tNet o
pt tle the Sction Section 47 4905 C couMcte4 by Jhc the cent centof Qtt Qttof t
of alhn claims Congre Congress ltdAht haddf jttateh l f 1 IOs IOsr Igor I
r
1 III IIIi i
pae 4 law at hia reuest request far fotbat that pur purJ purpoa
poa but ut Judgl Judge Iuaur Rauleur lure hee tde made a ari aeAar
eAar J ri rE aint against Hitchcock lib ock alleging that thatt1a thattbi
t1a tbi pteteuse eute was I a Idele fraud tad that II Hdid IIId
did Id 11 it want anI a I decision decishJI because bQuHe in now nowudy tIOWurl
url udy two wo years year 10 no attempt to Ret a de dec deciefoY
c ciefoY bl has been mad made litchcock Hitchcock may mayf mayfttMnge
f fttMnge re rule out 11 all the clahul claims witbot witbotJ without withoutail4fl
ail4fl J 1e ke court There is i 10 no 11pe hope of hi hiWi his hisU
Wi U lie le gets the advantage to the surfile sur suru
u I die the delay taste laatl and lie gel gels per pet petniaito
nra niaito a b the whole chart lllre of each child childthat
clld clldt1lt1
t1lt1 that df Many hav have been thus perm permlet1 perma permaneatly
let1 neatly Crauded of their 1egl legal rights wble wblemete while whilemete
mete InfantB by tlel these capers of Evans Evanlaialltt9bcock Evansaiiti
aiiti 1itchcock 1itchcockIIokeSmith
aialltt9bcock aialltt9bcockU U IIokeSmith Smitb ruled that the phrase in the theI theawO
la awO hidrel iIldreu under 1der 16 yorl years of Age is descriptlve de deCfpUe
scriptlve CfpUe of 1 a class of of claims wl vferen vferendti erein ereintitW
titW dti HI bds accued accrued by reason of milority milorityo minority minorityat
o ut tU the date of the fathers latlers dell death and does doest0 doesnotllmit
notllmit Umit the and
t0 penslonnble period age agedining
I Llhrng dining which said minors must alply apply applySuch
SUel Such clalls claims are exempted from alllUlla all llmtta llmttatfon
ton tfon and art not forfeited by neglect to toI toapply
I apply apply during the period of p pensionable pensionableminority nsonable nsonablemin
min minority tly I Ilauer auer 7 P D 433Secretary 433 433Sedetary
Secretary Smith 1110 also said in the Mme de declslontbat decisloontiint
clslontbat the question or support wal was lot lota not nota
a factor for the law pensioned rich ald aldpoor and andpoor
poor chidreu children alke alike under ni all laws in inminors inminors
minors caims caimsJudge claims claimsJudge
Judge Rassleur In his address rderlng rderlngto referring referringto
to the th condition conditon In which Evans pretended pretendedconstructions pretendedconstructions
constructions constructions or the pension laws had hadplace4 hadplaced
placed claims sold 1 commcmdtbese commend these ques queston questions
ton tions tb to every comrade and to every patrot patrotwhopresses patriot patriotwho
whopresses who i presses his his satsracton satisfaction with the tbeworko theWork
worko Work roftthc the present admlniltrntion administration or the thePeuslOn thePension
Pension Bureau The wonder with me WaS WaSthat wasthat
that tleold thmoold soldier did not doubt the sin sincerlyof sincerity
cerlyof cerity of the gratitude Irtiude of time Goverenl GoverenlthatItied Governuient Governuientthat
thatItied that lleruitted such things to occur in the theIdmtrtft theadministratiomi
Idmtrtft administratiomi tion of the law lawTle lawTile
Tle Tile above bove pnrgrph paragraph from frol Judge Has Raseurls Hasdeurs
deurs eurls a address dre l to the encampment Is worthy worthyof worthyof
of Ith1colldemton ldgltconsideration in connecton connection with withtIe withtime
tIe time weseege ntge of our new Preldent President and the thehistor thelrist0ry
histor lrist0ry 01 the Junto 1 as trtbfuUy truthfully detaied detaiedIn detailed detailedin
In the GLOBK Removal or Ihaul andlflitc2i and andElchcock
te
lflitc2i Elchcock ock is the only remedy Hedy for as fut as asone asone
one arbitrry arbitrary and unlawful construction has hasbe hasbeen
be been overcome another i is built up In the theteth theteeth
teth teeth pf positive law lawDtoy lawDestroy
Dtoy Destroy his fb fib and Iphletr sophistry ia vain vainThe vin vinTie
Tie The rAtue diEature is at b his dirty work againWHAT again apinWtA
WHAT WtA T IS NEEDED NEEDEDIn NIUmEDII
II In thio U Agricultural 1upartmont lulrtmont 1H 1HAnJJol0t laAmifonest
AnJJol0t Amifonest le1 and Efolent ERlclent Read ReadTdifor leael leaelJtu
Jtu Tdifor oltt Sunday SUH ay 6 Gledtr GledtrAt
At the fourth annual convention cnventon or theNational the theNatol11
Natol11 National Lve Live Stock Aaaeolatlon Aclatol a request requestatad requestwas
was atad made f embodied in Memorial Memoral No2 No z reo reoQU re requeathng
QU queathng Ating that a Second A Assistant lltant Secr Secretary Secretaryof tor
of Agrculure Agriculture be appointed to look out forthe for forthe
the needs of the countr country Reccnty Recently the theIJapers thepapers
papers of time North East South and West Westhave Vesthave
have take up the matter since Secretary Secretaryof
of 1ldcu1nre Agriculture Wison Wilson who Is nctilg acting bead fiendhas
111 has got np a areal rl1 blrd hard Ilit talk against such a aproDosl aproposiL
proposiL proDosl I wonder who of his Dnny DnnythHkft ninny ninnythlHkersdtot
thHkft thlHkersdtot tHHtlht ght it i might affect his large largefancily lrge lrgefRDdl
fancily fRDdl fit flffice 91cc Pew people pcolle ollts outekle le of ofCOIp ofColi
Coli COIp N ralaea realfaee how ImprtRnt important I the he prt prtfolo port portfolio
folo folio of agriculture il is or bow necessry necessary itshould it it10ull
should 10ull f be to have A lve live mall at its iti h head headOtfy ad adOfYlhe
OfYlhe Otfy the Honl House and Snate Senate can relaatbat relaatbattUt realise that thatthe
tUt the Dertnient nertment ot Agriculture helps themto them themto
to keep their p1ace places more than al all the tle ober oberdlpentl other otherdepsrtWents
depsrtWents put together Whln yon con con coneider
dlpentl eider i4r the markets marketl and an proc prudacts or the earth earththe eh ehthe
the farmn only has hal allii all this in hi his hands handawby handswhy
why should sbold not that eleparmcnt department have a alo agood
lo good bght bright live 1ye head why I ask aitB askBeaauee
B Beaauee 8utor Senator G Gear ar and Allol Allison are at atWl atWilsona
Wl Wilsona u bd batii fume is illut not a single wei mem memher
be her In ciatllnd either end of the Capitol but who 1 has hassoneething
somethla soneething to uk of A1KOU Allison a as be i is chr chrman chair chairman
man of Lt that ctllilee committee that stb stabs each lm lmbr muem muemher
br her at tie the heart ber if anyone luyone should get up andquestion and andquestioD
question or o ask asl for an investigation of the themost timeimuat
most tAlkd talked or department lu tie time Ulied UliedState United UnitedStates
State States l he walll would be be sent selt wa way bck back to the therear timerear
rear 4t It lie b Hid WUII Wilson 10lul found the De DeparlmenJ Depsrtmeut
parlmenJ of AJriculur Agriculture clean Iwept swept when whenhe vhel
he le wall walked in bow 101 bug tld did It remat remath soatler soatlerAndrew
t oorer oorerAndrew
Andrew Oeddl Clle came over vtr frol hour the FeJston FeJstonOfce Pension PensionOffice
Ofce Office Not one month The scandni scndal that thathi tlmuthiss
hi hiss enunated emuated frot from thlt that department deprment ht the thewt thelast
wt two two y years rs Is something dreadrut dreadfut Time Timepublic
publc public has been shockd stiooked lately hut theirdear their theirdear
dear nerves n ea wouh would go a all to pieces i if the theother timeother
other h tall 1 was told RIl and God grnt grant tlat tlatBWe lint lintsome
BWe some mal matt may my lie have tile plyslcl physical courage courageto courageto
to ask for an invetlpton investigation lince since Secetnry SecetnryWl Secretary SecretaryWileoutook
Wl Wileoutook olJtook Bold He la has been time aim aimplest im implcstool
plcstool plest tool hi the tie hands of GeddlB and his hisneplew hienephew
neplew nephew that ev ever r fel fell t8 Anyones lot I It Ie Isto Ieto
to be at least hoped thlt that A1son Allison and Gear Otardo Geardo
do notknow not know the true state tate of afaia affairs tlAt tlAtbav that thathave
bav have existed II in that deratmelt depa tweet ColonelBrigham Colonel ColonelDrlgham
Brigham Assistant Secretary fte fteGranger f lue lueGrangez
Granger Grangez i Is so very busy keeplnlllu8 keeping hits sow sowHarry
Harr Harry and Ils hia daughter on tie the payroll payro that thatLve thatLive
Lve Live Stock AssocIation lnu I t not expect any anyhelp IInybelp
help fr from m 11m 11mDr mini miniDr
Dr D R Slmon Salmon Chief of tile Bureau 01 01Anlma1 ofAnimal
Animal Industry Industr ls has had a bard struggle to tobring tobring
bring 11s 11ie bureau to is its present condition conditionand conditon conditonand
and nobody knows knowl better than the doctor doctorhimsel doctorhimself
himself himsel what opposition he has had to con contend contend
tend with rromwel fromwell let me say those thoseover thoeeover
over his bead ad Caddie appointed his nep nephew nephew
hew to1 top position posltou In the department that hecould he hecould
could rot not fill fl ald and was disgusting to every everyonebropght vcry vcryone
onebropght one bropgbt in cntnct contact with him but lie hesucceed liesucceed
succeed in keeping In with wih J W Wison Wisonson Wilson Wilsonson
son or thle te secretary so you could not nottoueh nottouch
touch him Since then i It has been ds dscovered dl dlcovered
covered that the clmate climate or the District wasnot was wasnot
not bealhy healthy for J W Wilson so be ws wsBent was wassent
Bent out or town at the Goverment Governments ex expense expease
pease Another discovery dilcover W was R made that thatso thatso
so many bld bad lenerl letters not only locking ling lhlgIsl linglisp
Isl lisp but sense lied lad been sent out Irol from tie tieDureau the theBureau
Bureau or Animal Industry that Dr Lovle LovleA
A Geddla had written that the clmate climate was washard washard
hard un hi his complexion so he wai wan given Q asalt Qlt
salt lt water trip at the Governuents Governments expellle expellleNo expenseNo
No wonder another Assistant A8Iatan t Secrtar Secretary of ofAgrculture ofAgriculture
Agrculture Agriculture Is needed The national natonal live Uveatock livestock
stock asociotlons aseoelations number 1412 lIe delegates legate in inconvention
convention conventon ant and the sum or a i6o0o00000 6000
Dont you think this wi will count a ltte ltteour little littleour
our next Ireldential lresidetrtial election Wel Well if ifyou
you dont youve got another think A Aver Avery
ver very esy eaay way to settle lIette thlslatter this matter 16 for the thePrtsident thePresident
Prtsident President to ask Secretay Secretary Wilson Wison to resign rIgn rIgnas
as a New Yers Years gi gift to the people at large largeI
If I the deprtment department bad some good man who whoknew
knew somethng something about agrculure agriculture or even evenI evenIf
If I he was not an nlculturlst agriculturist himself but butat butat
at least nrational rational soundwlnded decent decentmln
min there area are a few chiefs who understand undertandtheir
their separate divisions well wel and let them tbemadvie
advise tb the new secretary wlat what line lne or work workto workto
to autlorze authorize Wih With another good 11c 11cc1etnltj house
cleanittg c1etnltj the secretary could lend al all U the theblack
black Skegp sheo to the Phlipplne Philippines and In tblt tbltway that
way rd rid the tl Government or their pretence pretenceand presenceand
and rhe raise tieir Ulfir slariu salaries I have te been won wonderli wonnderingliat
derli deringliat tl title tite they could give give GadL Geddie or orwha
wha whatlpreueoauld UJ Quld be mutr mustered d uD f for r hs hsuftl his hisuseful
uftl useful A pnse might might he beg4Jred IInd bythe by bythe
the Ogg gt fur r the solution solutionhNiHA Olltiol
INlm t l I ftxliG L LA
<
A Bu n t bn ccuDJIlon commmbsion meeanL mcreliant 1ik b41 cot corer cotuereaktGEegttash
uereaktGEegttash er t eqUh market 11 lathe wpst
g
ROSA II Lm E GOULING IIDI 1 the whl which city h Milon Milton tbat tha that t II has old id w tloubt tbea butrl beautifully of tifuily come comae dcrbed described describedlabia co to are e ewhl
in labia his Oe Ode to the Nattt Nahity I cannot anlot ro rocn re recell
cn cell the exct exact test testy btapakiDC butspeaking or the thebrtl thebirth
birth of Christhe mays AU the world bat batik batikInterviews
Interiews Interviews the Celebrted Celebrated Ber Be1 = brtl Alumed assumed Chr an air t of 1 r expectancy lad bh bhD both bothtan
clothed herself In raiment af purest white
tan Painter Painter D ieudonne dothe
g KI n al a i if arrld afraid and a ashamed hawed to meet te the JI gase gaseof
of her Lord In aU the hlperrectloa Imperfections and aaelno1rednesl andnakedness
nakedness or common clay
OfTHE OH rtiE SCHLEY VICTORY Ten Then be gos goes cmDIO al on to MyaI4 sayaud 1 think thinkthee thinkthese
thee these rolowlug following 111 linen tnbody embody a whole lio lr lrmon sir sirmon
mon and indeed Ut1hI0pJIY thtebilowpby or Jr hi f fThe l lThe
The Very lostfedaotlon olthc WIIJo Whsle
VCI tteacUon INot Not In for forgstfuluees forgstfulueesMdttcrVgt
MdttcrVgt I tcr Ygt IJlld Laid Betbro Be1r tho luLllo Public Not In utter nlaI09 nakedness nakednessIt tuhHf
It Js Unanawerable UnRIIWCrlbie 11 in Lolo and lld nut traing trailing c ldtttlsuf i 1ur gllr glary glaryDo
Do we come Cr frdmu ldod
Voices Volcos tb the Convlotlons Cottviotions or thin Amer Aroer 1 tod
Who Is out Rme Tome Tomelean
lean PcoplcVhO People Who Arc IntfroHtd Interosted In ROSALhi ROSALB GOVLDINU GOVLDINUtho GOuLwNothn
tho Case CaseThere CI CIThe
THE NEW MOVE MOVEMENT MOVEMENTanother IENT IENTnnother
The There bas cdmttomynotice ni toUlynotce Ilol iiiongwayor wvor
another so 0 manl ninny expre expressions slons o of opinion pro proand proand
and con in I re the theSclmhejrComtof Schley COUlt or Ilq Inquiry Inquiryor lry lryor
or wore strictly speo1ln speaking thc hiqulr inquiry IntI into I Itbe ilie
tbe lie condu conduct t oftbe of the Brooklyn elurng during the Among Patriotic atrotc Ifshmen Irishmen In Innow iii iiinow +
now famous battle off Santilgo horbornud harbor and
btte Aid of the Ould Sad I
Admiral AdmiralSchley
the personal charges against Mlnlral J JSchley
Schley UJt that I have begun tQ woncer woncerwletber wonder wonderwhether
wletber whether there ever was a battle uttbe at time al atleged
i
leged time and place and wbethersucl whether such n SURPRISING CHANGE OF OFto FBONY FRONT
wnn mnnasAdmiral as Admiral Schley rally really exists As Asto
to the first I cannot say relying solely up upon tipon
on the newspapers for Inrormaton information on this tbispoint i ipoint
point and being of the craft I nl am can 1n the thelormerPhyslculForce lormcrlhyslcal For Leader Leaderstrained ader aderstmlned
strained to beleve believe that the desIre of the Hon John 1 P PlnerlyTire FllerJXh Alex Alexaverge Alexaverage
average newspaper man or woman to serve servethe
averge the news up to the people red hot 1 wean lerve an andor d or S Sullivan t UI v I I T Trouble ru blc JLr J Jthe 1 Ad
the nits s not the people Is greater than drc8 dress to IrllhAmerian IrishAmerioans bYtbe bYtbethe by tho thothe
the desire to authenticate the geoJrnphlcl geographical ExecutlTc Committee of th the Newposition New Newposition
position or news centers centersAs centersAs
As to the s stcond cond J can testfy testify that there t licoue licoueIs engue engueis
Is such a mon a8 Admiral Schley SChte in the thefcsh theflesh
fcsh flesh and blood and ver very munch a man at atthat atthat
that that 011 one occasion I caled called on the ad This new Iisb Irish movement i iii a remarkable remarkablemlrl remarkablemust
mlrl must nt the lverett Everett Hotel My mlulon afair affair Inumlch inasmuch as the most ptopounced ptopouncedwas
tOst1fopounced tOst1fopouncedwas
was to get an Inteview interview The managing physical force loder leader in Auuirfo America Hon Honeditor Honeditor
editor bad chrged charged we tot not to return wilout without John F Flnerly of CbiCgo Ctmicego II at lf its head headan headan
an interview i if I could po possibly lbly sre scare tll up and d for the first tme time in I hk le life prechea precheaone preaches preachesone
one After a faihful faithful otemptI attempt I cn can say y that parliamentary action for the redress of Trish TrishIf
acton
Irsh Irshi
IrUnmentr
i If anybody does get an IntervIew rrOI front Ad grievances It Is unfortunate rer that at the themlml themind
mind Seley Sehley It will certlinly certainly have to be grevances inception of this movement Ot one of the thescared thescared
scared up or stolen wIlie wlmile the glant gallant sea purest m0t moat unselfish nselfisb and bralnle brainiest t leller leaders leadersman
mAn Is asleep dreaming of vicory victory right of the physical force party lion ii on trial in inruly infully
ruly fully wn won and gladly applauded which the clwinal criminal court 01 prty Chicago chared charedwould charged chargedwould
would make him talk in his sleep low how wih with the bribery of juries whie while coullll counsel for rorever forever
ever lie cn can declne decline an interview more tile Yerke8 systel system of elevated and surface surfacecourteously urfacecurteouly
curteouly courteously than luau some pople people grant rtlt one raiwys railways lu that city Hon Alexmler Alexander SuI SuIM SulM
M M Dleudonne a Belgian artist artit sow now a cit Ivan hvan the gentleman 01 on trial bas suUerd suUerdben suffered sufferedizen
ben 01 this countr country wa was teUng telling ute tle the moe more perecuton persecution by relOI reason or lli hia connec connecouter cOlnec cOlnecotle
otle outer even evening lg that be could not understand don with thes these Iri Irish h organlions tbal tlsn any anywby anywhy
why the people were 8 so interested il in the person pel eer ever at the head of Iril Irish scieties scietiesteltmony societies societiestestimony
teltmony testimony adduced at this Court of Inquiry and that iuaying a great deal dolSuch dealSuch
Such a thing appered appeared to him nmclt Ilch the The Crnin Cronin afair affair Ilvol involved d hiw for I a IOII Ioug Iougsame
sme same 1 as would the mechanical detUs details of the tune in exhaustve exhaustive litigation from which he hetnauuClcture liemanufacture
tme UtlJtlon
tnauuClcture manufacture or an Immens immense iron slructte structure emeged emerged wlbout without a staIn on his cbareto character or orof r ror
or the IndividuAl fitness of the workman a suspicion in the minds of an tnpreudtd tnpreudtdfineness unprejudiced unprejudicedfineness
fineness of materal material used number of hours public that he bad aught to do wil with that that thatspent
spent al the work whether indllltrlouly industriously atrociouslurder atrociouslurderappled atrocious murder murderapplied
applied appled and 10 soon on Or sid said be tale take The edior edltorof of the GLOBa baa been Intwate Intwatefor intimate intimatefor
for instance the work of a grol great tQu1ptor Sculptor with 11r r Su1van Sullivan for over a quarter of ofDy a aBy
Dy day and ofen often times by night belabrs he labors centur century and we can trutblUy truthfnpy state that 10 ua uawith
with chisel and hammer to prolu produCetime thl em purer or more vatriotc patriotic Iishman Irishman lives then thenbodied thal
bodied and visible Corm of blldll his Ideal and 11 in this one tte time presIdent of the deunct defunct 10 Irsh Irshvlslblc Irish Irishvisible
visible ooncepton conception Iand Land League The unnlerled unmerited persecutons perseeutiono perseeutionoYes
Yes I may sy say the fndllg findhigs or the Court to which he hie hi been subjected have grwn grwnof gmwrt gmwrtof
of Inquiry are in my my opInion severe Je yet out of 1 a duel he bad some twenty yers years ago ago agoI
I am not prepred prepared to say y the they are untat unjust with a sch01 school principal named Hannaord HannaordIlnc Hanuaford Hanuafordsince
Ilnc since I ant not a naval officer and do not
OU ofcr IOt This mal maim Hantlaford Hammafordinsulted illuled 1rs Mrs Su1van Su1vanundentaitd Sullivan Sullivanunderetaitd
undentaitd the rules and regulations reglatona the who wa was then employed in the tle Chicgo Chicgodlsiplble Chicago Chicagodiscipline
dlsiplble discipline ad and cde code of hono honor lovellq governing the publc public sehols schools Mrs Marrnt Margaret Sulvan Sulvanuton Sullivan Sullivanactions
uton actions of men in this brlloh branch of the la ns by tla this way hal been cnceded conceded to b be the thetioul thetional
tioul tional lie service it appaf appears t to 1e mime a brd baili brainiest t woman omn IC ever clleced connected with th ththin the thething
thin thing for a wa wan to lv live to b be o on the rellld prIof press of this Cyttr country Sie She w was for year yearlt years yearslist
lt list or the nay navy of his cUlntry country havilg having blc back the tie editorial leade leader writer of Soreys Soreysof Storeya Storeyaof
of him a Io long and dean record of service en e ChiCalO Chicago TibMII Tribsse ala and h liar made ad lany lanybravely many manybravely
bravely and d faithfuly faithfully performed and tl then 1 I notd noted contributon contributions to current ane and maga magato wa wato
to be MonRlt brought to the h hamiiiation Iwlation of tSiimi nz zne lterature literature In the theduel dnel which relu1ed relu1edmade resulted resultedmade
made a CVIOure cynosure of al all eye eyes and the butt i from the Insul insult to Mr ln Su1van Sullivan Hanaafon Hsnnaford Hsnnafordof
of Itimed illtimed crltlcisl criticism nfd and repro reproval va Yd V t I wall kied kfued Ind and Alrsaude Alexander Sllivn Sullivan wu 01 on onthe
the conllele conscience ofthe ofthe ran man wi will b be his bet II a subsequent trial honbly honorably acquitted eDined of ofrewar ofreward
rewar reward after al all and Ulerl there seems ems to II b be nt no the justibabhe justifable homicide homicd Neerht Nevcrthe1esshis Nevcrthe1esshisCourt hi hiCODrt
Court of Inql1lr Inquiry lvert severe enoulh enough to wipe I enemi enrmiee lave have never ceased faMd to rsurrec resurrect resurrectaway
away tie the lov love or the Amtritan American people for this episode in sowe coin shape or anothe another and andthe nd ndthe
the heo hero of Snt Santiago Brlf Barnes epae the tie + tmfes t4a atoruy attorney prOutug prOutugRderrng prosecuting prosecutingReferring
Rderrng Referring t to my coulIMriOI compario about the llr 8111In Sulliran di did rot not fan to lullt lug it Into tUt tUtteti time timetestimony
teti testimony 011 I hae have th01ht thought thAt the interet interest tial trial but w was squelched qt11cle1 by the offer 1r of tt ttof the theof
of time people in every point oint broulbt brought out at deednt defendant to read red Hlltlllord Hanuaforde insultiisg insultiisgthis 1Ullhur 1Ullhurthl
thl this court might be lkeled likened by confrasf tOllasl te teter letter and the record of the trialL trialLthe tral
the work of a painter 18m I am 1 a painter ml and Returning to the new Itleh lreh move movelke movelike
lke like other others of 1Y my call calling anI cm fond of ma1 makr went of which Mr SI1lvn10yal Sullivnns loyal frcnd frcndIn friend friendlug
In lug compariaons tomp rlsons John F Fnerly Itlnerly Is tUt the 1111d tread the eeeut executive executiveFor
For instance hire In imagnatioll imagination w we committee wet at the Holntan Holtman Houl House Househave
have a painter pinter le He b hiss succeeded uceded in sU sell Thurly Thurday Iat last The twentyne twentyone origual origualIfll original originalhug
Ifll hug bl life picturs pictures that la not what he mOt most tulbers members or the eecutve executive cOltltee committee were were weredesires
desire le He has aUrlcte attracted the attention or prueut Hon John F Iflnerl1 preiding preidingthe presiding presidingthe
the Itmeal general public this la not all he walI wnttts Vlcelrealdent M J Redding of Ualti UaltiHe BaltiHe
He bas WOI won praIse from connoilur connoisseurs this more AIstlnt Assistant Secetary Secretary J P F Martn Martin or orl ofis
l is yet not the height of his aUlblton nuibitioi Balimore Baltimore Rev Fatleroler Fathertroner or Plsburl Pittsburg PittsburgFinally
Flna1y Finally he tls tells Ida patron that he has and Mr Duffy 01 Plttburg Pittsburg were also alloconceived alsoconceived
conceived the subject and slUing for a prent pint pintpainting
pintiug painting that wf will help to make his flme fame A constitution constituton ad bylaws baacd bed 011 the the thea
a lasting one They lsten listen go away and lnes lines of tho times of the old Lnd Land League Leaguerorget Leagueforget
forget al all about f it Mtanwhie Meanwhile the artst artist i is were adopted Arruge1enta Arrangements were made madelit madeat
lit work one two maybe three 0 or even to ornIze organize tie the country in suppot support of ti the thefive
fve five or ten years His friends come In by Irisl1edet Irish leaders and the Ulited United Irsh Irish League League Leaguethe
the sore score One BAY says there il is too much or Ireland Irelandgray Irelandgray
gray anotlllr another thinks there I le not enough The executive conunllee committee drafed drafted an ad adbright
brght bright coloring a a third beleves believes the fgures figures dress executve to the people of tl11 this countr country af on onuntrue e euntrue <
untrue to lfe life and 10 on and so on The which the committee bse bases its clims claims for forpainter forpainter
painter Istena listens to al all tley they have to any y Ind and active support or the Irish euse cause at the thetakes thetakes
takes i it al all to 0 heart hert le lIe gets the beneft benefit of present tme time The address is In prt part as r01 r01the folthe
the honest cticism criticisni of his sincere rrends friends 10wI lows lowsand
and profits by It The e grievances under wblch Ireland IrelaudFinaly IrelandFinally
Finaly Finally one day be produces his work It after the grevances lapse or generations generationt stl till ldbors ldborsis 1 bor
i is a natr nrasferpiea ttt The world looks ou And would justify IIn appeal to arms were were her lIerapplauds herapplauds
applauds tle the lovers or art crowd round mitar military resources Ind and opportunies opportunities equal equalIlim equalhim
him and btddln bidding for the painting runs to her wrongs and her rcsentmcut resentment Were Were11gh Werehigh
11gh high she In a position to draw the sword or use useWhat useWhat
What dollrey dolh v know or Cre care oUhe of the dtlais delaifs the rife rifle with een even 1 a reasnable reasonable chan cbanec e of ofof ofof
of the wrk work What know they or the patient success Ve vie would preft prefer tlt that method of oftI oftoil
tI toil the work done today erased tomor to mor obtaining her rights rghts and avenging the II in inrowreproducednextdayandfinallydonealt
rowreproducednetdnyandfnalydoneal rowreproducednextdayandfinallydonealt luls suits leaped heaped upon her by a remorleless remorlelessover remorseless remorselessover
over again Tbeyonly They only know that a paint government to any other ther Blt But We know knowwlug knowinw
lug IUtnct tuatinet vvitji 1t lire and energynlld art has Ioverment that she i is 10t not nt prsent present untrained In Inbe un unbeen
be been n paced before then they stlnd stand antI nnled anaed and without formidable ales allies R as asgage
gage and wonder why aU pictures do not her pople people are in a positon position to cope wetl wetllook with withlook
look look lke hike this onewhy onewliy they do not appeal the land and Se sea force forces of England wldtl which whichto
to the eye and the love or the beutUul beautiful occupy her rortreses fortresses COl commanding man ding her M Sea Seawitichm
which lee lies dormant 10rmlnt In every heart awaiting awiing prts ports and en can be huvUy heavily reenrorced wIUJ wIUJbutbe wit3tbutthe
butbe butthe toucl toueim of I a mlster master to nwkell awaken to the In a Ce few hours rrm from the milltnr military depot elepotreamlell depotrealities
realities and time luxuries or it all
i al and naval rerves reserves of her oppressor oppreorAnd oppressorAnd
And 10 i It t is wih whir the Court of Inquiry in Ve V neltler neither denolnce denounce tor nor renoun renounce e th thto the theto
to the conduct of Commodore Shley Schley lt at the priucple principle of au appeal to llYlI0 physical ro force forcebattle
batte battle of Sntigo Santiago After all why al all this under ravorble favorable condiiou conditions but we ar are arehubbub
hubbub The people do not know any Culy fully aWAre that the appucatijls ef such suchthing ueh uehthing
thing about warfare and nd Ie less about naval Core force for tie the obtining obtaining appletl of the tjghts of Ire Irebtto Irebattles
btto battles How cn can they ly say the verdict Ie lud kjnddoes dOlnoU1 uctseem Inluedlate intmediatelypracticable intmediatelypracticablejust 4hts prcticble prcticblejUlt
just or unjust right riglt or wrong We bae have already stated why
The main fact to me ip it that Commodore The addre address then inlors indorseea what Mr Mrshley MrSolmiey
shley Solmiey did win the btte battle he did destroy Redmond and his uociates associates lid said as to th the thethe
the Spnlh Spanish feet fleet and capture thc Admirl Admiral Imprtant important prt part which enlgmtol emigration I is paging
P1RI
Cervera tlreori thereof he d did deport himself in keplug keeping Ireland down au and contn contnbravly contlnnee
bravly bravely tendery tenderly and unfa1erJgly unfalteringly during Th The great tak task then of thl this our own ownthe owethe
the trying tme time and his only crime in my geleration generation Ie to strive trve to root the Irtb Irtbeye Irish Irisheye
eye la that he ia I a Demount Democrt people In their sol soil the work 10 so gloriouly glorioulybegun gloriously gloriouslybegun
begun by Parnel Parnelh and now so RbI ably pro prose proseA
A newspaper woman wDrl works at the dlk desk cited by Redmond Remotld Dait Davitt OUden Dio Dionext Dillon Dillonnext
next newsppr to we Site Se was wrtng writiua I a Jeter letter to and teir their a60014tos associate The young rrl rural pee peeher o
her brother and wa was d describing riblng a snow pie or Irelnd Ireland mast be given a lvin hiving hle inter interacetic
sene acetic from our window and Uen then let me est hI the Jnd hand that gave EVCH them birth In Inread JI JIred
red read It beore before Ibe she mled malted he her letter I orde order that the they may cleave unto lo the 11 11tholght wit witthought
tholght thought it a very rai fair ht bit of description and tley they must be e mde made lke like tle the Frescbman Frescbmanasked lr1tblR
aked asked her to let me copy I it Here it i is the Ho1ader Hollapder and tie time Boer farmer J pro proProm
IJom Prom my wi1We windeweu the th tltk Bo floor of oar prietare pr A1 All the po people le who own the ti It ItbuUding soil soilbuilding
hook for tHY 1111 h vs f Ilustrstedtheir tklir paniohtent
building oe cl can Ik ar the Ue cty city per tn Uhtstrt phiet by byhap byhap
hap hap tu miler IUI Tevlof1ne Time vtetvfa fine and mitten en magalflcest fl0 rlslstauce taae t a tT tyrants tyrantstimes ts tstme
tme times mJetic majestic A k n the HO snow gently elty fa11a fsls fats allied U t to te the ullyla underlying < souse 01 ofon
0 on top the bl houses it la lle like a mante mantle 0 of lrb irishttatlewsl ht iadepnd hadcpndtna ta the noble aoblecllarty noblecharitybieht
charitybieht cllarty lteb I is KId tl to coyer a Jultitude multitude mission C or tle the United nied blab Leegne tesl of Irp ire ireof
ollae of sins wt H 110l look at i it and Olt out and oer l kind d

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