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As Exemplified by Some of the theDepartment theDepartme theDepartment
Department t Dames DamesCIVIL DamesCIVIL DamesCIVIL
Respectful Attention Called to a aFew aFew aFoiv
Few Specimen Oases and to Several SeveralOther SeveralOther SeveralOther
Other things Germain to the Sub Subject S Subjest b bject ¬
ject of tho Indicative Had Hen Op Opposing Opp09hl Opposing
posing p09hl Veterans Congressmen and andCensus andCensus andCensus
Census Clerks ClerksThe OIerksThe ClerksThe
The depravity of tome of the female department de department department ¬
partment clerKB and employes empl yea is simply in incredible Incredible incredible ¬
credible to any anyone one but those who have haveeither lIaveeither haveeither
either witnessed witne cd or participated in the theorgies tll tllorgiea theogiee
orgies indulged in Prom the witnessesand witnesses witnessesand wltne8lesI
I and not the participants partJcl auw the GLOBE is put putin putin putin
in possession from time to time of es escapades escapades escapades ¬
capades and sexuel debauches which dis discounts dllcounts dtscounte ¬
counts the most hilarious jamborees of the thepivision tlteplvislon thepiviiion
pivision But recently a respectable mar married married marred
ried lady the mother of children visited visitedthis villtedtit visitedthis
this tit office to complain of the profligate pro lpte be behavior behavior behavior ¬
havior of a mother and two daughters living livingin livingin livingin
in the same apartment house f the he mother motherwho motherwho motherwho
who is an employe of the Mail Bag Repair RepairShop RepairShop Repairi
Shop went on a drunk with a negro bather batherwho batherWJIO barberwho
i who blacked her eye after a protracted de debauch debauch debauch ¬
bauch The two girls girl receive men in their theirrooms tbelrrooms theirrooms
rooms so openly and flagrantly that their theirorgies theirorgies theirorgies
orgies obtrude on the sight ilht of those who do donot donot donot
not desire to see them and who are scandal scandalized scandalized scandalized ¬
ized by the undisguised depravity depravityAnother depravityAnother depravityAnother
Another department female clerk in the thesame tlteame thesame
same ame building visits the room of a coffee coffeemerchant coffeemerchant coffeemerchant
merchant or agent in her night dress and andopenly andopenly andopenly
openly appears at the window of the said saidroom saidroom saidroom
room and lowers the blind I She has been beenknown beenknown beenknown
known to remain in the room all night and andcan andcan andcan
can be seen from a window opposite withher with withher withher
her male companion in postures and actions actionswhich actionswhlc1J actionswbich
which can not even be suggested in prin prinDocs prillDoes priuiDoes
Does the Civil Service Commission Commissionsire Commisstol1sire Commissionsire
sire any further Information touching these thesecases theseeases theseeases
eases it can be be readily r adily furnished them Per Perhaps Perhaps Perbaps ¬
haps Mr Poulke would be serving the in interests Intarcats Interests ¬
terests of Civil Service Reform by correcting correctingsuch correctingsuch correctingsuch
such outrageous exhibitions of female de department department department ¬
partment clerical depravity than making makingspeeches JJlaklnJrspeechea makingspeeches
speeches in Boston B eton against any proposed law lawgiving lawgiving hewgiving
giving preference preCer ce to the UI veterans of the theCivil theCivil theCivil
Civil and Spanish SpaflshwrlfoJ wars wars for r department cJexmrtl e1lt ap apiroiutmeiiut apPOfntmelju apdrotetmeute
iroiutmeiiut This rmcH ratfi al 111 I aUO ei < < recent tt ent ad adjunct IdJunet d djunet ¬
junet to the Civil Service Commission Comtnialouopposes Commissionopposes C lluniHlon lluniHlonopposes
opposes the classification of Census clerks clerkson clerkson clerkson
on the sole grounds that they were ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by Congressmen Congres menl The stigma at attached attached attached ¬
tached to Census clerks because they he or orshe orsbe orshe
she were appointed by their Congressman Congressmanis
is too much for Mr Poulke and in his hisopinion blsopinion hisopinion
opinion notwithstanding the stringent ex examinations examinations exarninations ¬
aminations they passed and their years of ofexperience ofexperience ofexperience
experience and faithful service disquali disqualifies dlsquallfies disqualiflee ¬
fies them from classification I And this thisman thisman thisman
man is a Civil Service Commissioner Commissionerunder Commisslonerunder Commissionerunder
under President Roosevelt tool Unless be beand beand heand
and his fellow commissioners have the cer certification certification certification ¬
tification of the clerks he will no doubt doubtoppose doubtoppose doubtoppose
oppose a permanent Census Bureaul This Thiswould Thiswould Thiswould
would be consistent and in keeping with withthe witIltile withthe
the intelligence and patriotism of a man manwho manwho manwho
who opposes the preference law for men menwho ntenwbo menwho
who served their country c ebuntry untry in the field and an of oftrained oftrained oftrained
trained clerks in the present census beeausithey because becausethey becaustbey
they secured secured conditional on passing a asevere asevere asevere
severe examination appointments on onthe ontbe onthe
the recommendation qf qCthelr their respective Con Congressmen Cangre8lmen Congressmen ¬
gressmen gressmenNo gre8lmenNo gressmenNo
No wonder some apartment houses and andsome andome andsome
some hotels are simply assignation houses housesand houlesAnd housesand
and that the civil service veteran and pro protected proI ¬
n I tected female aud male clerks are their theirsteady theirateady theirsteady
steady patrons Hundreds of these clerks clerkshave clerklhave clerkshave
have been foisted on the government as asrepresenting asrepresenting asrepresenting
representing fltat states they never saw lawIndeed lawIndeedmany sawindeedmany indeed indeedmany
many of them are handsome female and andugly andnilly andugly
ugly male foreigners forelgnersand and owe their ap appointments atpolntmentl aJipointments > ¬
pointments to manipulation by department departmentchiefs departmentchiefs departmentchiefs
chiefs and higher stationary officials here herein llerein herein
in Washington Congresmen have been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more sinned against than sinning It is isthe isthe
i the custom to blame Congressmen for much muchof mucbof muchof
of the evil resultant from appointments of ofladies oCladles ofladies
ladies with influence when as a matter matterof matterof matterof
of fact they are unable to land one oneto oneto oneto
to the twenty dropped in by officials and andother andotherll andothers
other up to the ropes and able to copper copperthe copperthe copperthe
the bee of oCthe the civil service commissioners commissionersSo
So much by way of digression dlgreselondlgrcselon dlgreselondlgrcselonhowever digressiondigressionhowever digression digressionhowever
however which is germain to the subject subjectin
in hand handThe handThe handThe
The immorality cited above has not even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the refinements of the ordinary observance observanceof
of time and place to mitigate the tit gross roIlS in indulgence IndulgenGe indulgenee ¬
dulgence Wives of officials are sometimes sometimescompelled sometimescompelled sometimescompelled
compelled to visit the departments where wheretheir wheretheir wheretheir
their husbands are employed and enter com comnJaint coinplaint
plaint 1 alnt against female clerks who have se seduced seduced seduced ¬
duced their worser lialfs from their al allegiance aiI allegiance ¬
I legiance legianceThis leglanceThis legianceThis
This is I of frequent occurrence enough to tob tobe tobe
be b talked about on the street and even in inthe Inthe inthe
the inner sanctum of Cabinet bitiet officers ollleeraSecretary as asSecretary asSecretary
Secretary Gage will testify testifyWhy telmyWlty testifyWhy
Why dont Poulke see Mr Gage and ob obtain obtaln obtain ¬
tain from that discredited Cabinet officer officerthe omerthe ofilctrthe
the names of the lady clerks recently com complained complained coinpleined ¬
plained of for seducing the husbands of ofmarried ofmarried ofmarried
married women womenWouldnt womenWouldnt womenWouldnt
Wouldnt Poulke be purifying the ser service service service ¬
vice more effectually than shooting off his hiscapacious hiscapacious hiscapacious
capacious mouth about Congressmen and andveterans andveterans andveterans
veterans and census clerks elerksWe clerksWe clerksWe
We have the names nam right here in the theGLODK theGLOSS be beGLODS
GLOSS office for Poulke if the Secretary of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Treasury refuses to give them to him himCall hlmCall himCall
Call around Mr Foulke and we will dem demonstrate demonstrate damonstrate
onstrate to you in twenty minutes that the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil service is nothing but a foil for certain certainindividuals certainIndividuals certainindividuals
individuals to obtain cheap mistresses If Ifyou Ityou Ifyou
you are able to dispute us successfully successf IIy into intoany lutoany intoany
any modification of this fact we will at atleast atleast atleast
least establish to your entire satisfaction satisfactionthat satisCactionthat satisfactionthat
that there is more danger of corruption corruptionfrom corruptionfrom corruptione
from the male and female clerks your com commission commission commission ¬
e mission has landed in the departments dep ttments than thanthere thanthere thanthere
there is from the veterans and the reputably reputablyand repU4btyand reputgblyand
and Congressionally Congro slonally appointed clerks you youare youare youare
are trying to keep out
Of the Daily Newspapers New papers and andHow andHow andHow
Wi WiSuch M
Such as S Distrlqt Officials Chief of ofPolice ofPollee ofPolice
Police and Fire Firo Department with a aVoluminous aVoluminouS aVoluminous
Voluminous List LlstoflUlnor or Minor Appoint AppointmentsforIleportersErlendsotnl AppointmentsCor Appointntontsfornteportcrs
mentsforIleportersErlendsotnl mentsforIleportersErlendsotnlTho mentsCor ntontsfornteportcrs Ue1jrters FrlondS ct 111 111Thc alThe
Thc Editor oCVthe Globes Sons SonsPersonal SonsP SonsP9rsonal
P P9rsonal Personal rsonal Explanation ExplanationIn
In the jolly column of the daily Times Timesappears TitHlSappeara Tins s sappears
appears the most wonderfully constructedeulogies constructed constructedeulogies constructedeUlogies
eulogies of department officials clerks and andemployes andemployoa andemployee
employee it has ever been our experience experienceto
to read in any newspaper not excepting thedepartment the thedepartment thedepartment
department News If > > Wi whose St Jacobs oil oilsalve 011lve oilsalve
salve lve for SVKDAT GLOB wounds has been beenheretofore beenheretoCore beenheretofore
heretofore referred to The Times Yms jolly jollycolumn jollycolumn jollycolumn
column has been enlarged until almost almosttwothirds alluOittwothird8 almosttwothirds
twothirds of a page is now occupied with withthe withtile withthe
the nauseating stuff A correspondent correspondentnoting correlpondentnotlng correspondentnoting
noting one of these twenty cents per line linepurls linepulls linepuffs
purls sends ua the following followingEditor fonowingEdilor followingEditor
Editor Sunday St4H al GlobeCharles Globe GlobeCharles Gl fu fuCharles
Charles P Grandfield one of the assist assistant allli assistant t tant
ant superintendents in the office of the theFirst tbePlrst thePint
First Assistant AasllltantPOItma PostmasterGeneral Pottusater tecOeneral General was appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed from the Ninth Nl th Congressional die district di dittlct dietrict ¬
trict of Missouri August 17 ISIs He is isone isone isone
one of the best known men in the depart department department departwent ¬
ment probably from the fact that he has hasbeen hasbeel1ln hasbeen
been beel1ln in the service longer than any of the theother theother theother
other assistant superintendents and also alsothat alsotllat alsothat
that he has the gift of making a friend of ofalmost ofalmost ofalmost
almost all with whom he comes in contact contactTimes contactTimes contactTines
Times December DecembrIt 14 14It a1It
It is well remembered by clerks clerk In the theFastoffice tbePostoffice thePostoffice
Postoffice Department that tha this same me best bestknown be8tknown beetknown
known 1 Doctor Grandfield is the Iden Identical Identiccl identical ¬
tical person who was investigated a few fewyears fewyears fewyears
years ago The Postoffice inspectors Insl > ectors found foundhim found111m foundhim
him guilty and recommended his removal removalfrom removalfrom removalfrom
from the service This happened during duringCU duringClf duringClreland
Clreland CU eland el 1nd second administration Thed The Thed ThedJ
d dJ ui w dome ous to todof todoaomething do something llletltlng startling startlingconcocted startUnlCconcocted startlingconcocted
concocted a Il ascheweto scheme to succeed aueoeedhits his chief of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the salary and allowaneedtvieion allovsnws allo Hdlvllon division He took tookit to tookit ole oleIt
it upon himself Impersonate some one who whobad wbohad whohad
had been dead foitaearly a century the re renowned reo reol10wned renowned ¬
nowned John Marshall lar hall Chief Justice of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesOne Stat StatOne statesOne
One day the Pfcat Pit Pl st Assistant talttPOItmMter talttPOItmMterGeneral Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General reeeillMlJfletr reeelveU leUerftWtt fI f Mul t a person who whoslguedhU wboIilul whoilgu
slguedhU Iilul ilgu his ea meTW4aM WtJJltli t b6staits h U tt Ip I this thisletter till tilll thisletter
letter l tt r the writer Wtif r urgeifth urgg thA removal te iloHl of the thechief tilechief thechief
chief of salaries tarlel and allowances on the theground theground theground
ground of general unfitness and incompe incompetency Incompetency incompetency
tency and suggested the appointment of ofCharles ofCbarle8 ofCharles
Charles P Grandfieldwho1t Grandfield whoit was stated did didabout didabout didabout
about all the work of the chief and in inJohn inJohn inJohn
John Marshalls opinion was the fit fittenest fittenest fittenest
tenest man for tile head of that division divisionin
in the United States The First Assistant Assistantreferred AssistantreCerred Assistantreferred
referred John Marshalls letter to the ac accused accused accured ¬
cused chief and the latter after reading itlocated it itlocated itlocated
located the author and promptly promt > t1y demanded demandedan
an investigationThe investigation investigationThe
The matter was referred to the chief post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office inspector and during the progress of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the investigation the little doctor did some sometall sometalI sometall
tall sprinting and hustling He felt it in inhis inhis inhis
his anatomy that the result of the inquiry inquirywould inquirywould inquirywould
would be unfavorable and he hied himself himselfto
to his big friends in Congress from Mis Missouri lIlssouri Missouri ¬
souri and they settled the matter for the thedoctor thedoctor thedoctor
doctor on the plea of youthful indis indiscretion Indl Indlcretlon indiscretion ¬
cretion cretionThe cretlonThe cretionThe
The findings of the committee I have no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt were removed or are snugly en ensconced ensconced ensconced ¬
sconced in the chief postoffice post offlee inspectors inspectorsreceptacle inlpeetorlreceptacle inspectorsreceptacle
receptacle for such cases The little doe doctor doetor doetor ¬
tor is well aware that these are stubborn stubbornfacts atub stubbornfacts rn rnfacts
facts and can be easily ea l1y substantiated by byliving byliving byliving
living witnesses whose who e names are on the theeditors theeditors tuneeditors
editors table When Perry S Heath be became became beawe ¬
came first assistant the little doctor bounded boundedto
to the front serenely like other neophytes neophytesand neophyteland neophytesand
and carried off the prize assistant super superintendent superIntendeut superintendent ¬
intendent at 2000 per Perry never made madea
a mistake He could always find the man manhe lDanbe manhe
he wanted if old and honored Republicans Republicanswere
were to be humiliated SITDOVVN SITDOVVNIn
In offering a few comments on Sit Sitdowns Sitdowns Sitdowns
downs communication the GLOBR will willconfine willconfine willconfine
confine itself to the attitude of the Wash Washington Wallhington Washington ¬
ington newspapers towards the department departmentThe departmentThe departmentThe
The Times is only simply out outHeroding outHerodingHerod outHerodlngHerod Heroding HerodingHerod
Herod in its stereotyped eulogies and taffy taffyof talTyor taffyof
of the department chiefs clerks and tax taxeaters taxeaters taxeaters
eaters the Pott Star and the penny whistle whistleweekly whiltleweekly whistleweekly
weekly papers Mirror excepted which whichfollow whichconow whichfollow
follow their lead have made it a lettginiate lettginiatebusiness letiglmatebusiness ietigimatebusiness
business to soft soap SOl the pap distributing offi officials officlals ofilaisle ¬
aisle in every department of the govern government governwent rovernment ¬
ment Now if an unsophisticated public publicimagine publicImagine publicimagine
imagine that the newspapers making a spec specialty specIalty speclalty ¬
ialty and a feature of this disgusting and andIndiscriminate andIndiscriminate andindiscriminate
Indiscriminate twaddle are in the business businessfor bUlhlessCor businessfor
for their health and that they do not expect expectnor expectnor expectnor
nor receive reciprocal favors let an honest honestnewspaper honestnewspaper honestnewspaper
newspaper the SUNDAY GLOBS undeceive undeceivethem undecelvthem undeceivethem
them themThere themThtre themThere
There is in every deJ department > artll1ent of the gov government government government ¬
ernment relatives friends and exreporters exreportersof ex reporters reportersof
of these sheets who have been appointed appointedand appoilltedand appointedand
and are holding down soft berths through throughthe tbroughtile throughthis
the influence of the Poll Star Times el al alYou tliYou alYou
You tickle ticicleme me and Ill tickle yon is thealotto the themotto themottD
motto of the Washington 31l1ington newspapers and andhence andhence andhence
hence we have the chief of police the chief chiefof chlelof chiefof
of the fire department Commission MacParlaudand Mac MacFarlandand 1IacFarland
Farlandand Farland Bnd a cloud of lesser newspaper newspaperlights newlp newspaperlights < < per perIIll1ts
lights who served on the staffs of the one oneorthe aileortlle oneortlte
orthe other otherof of these newspapers newspapersAn newsp < < persl perslAn
An old and an honest scribe who has haslived haslIed haslived
lived here for the past quarter of a century centuryand centuryand centuryand
and who prefers poor pay and long hours hoursas 1I0ursas hoursass
as ass a working journalist to a government governmentjob governmentjob governmentjob
job has informed the GLOBE that if he de desired desired desired ¬
sired or wanted an official position he would wouldprefer wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer a letter or recommendation from any anyone anyone anyone
one of the proprietors of the newspapers newspapersnamed newspapersnamed newspapersnamed
named to the combined signatures of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and House of Representatives He Heonly Heonly Heonly
only bars in this sweeping statement the themembers themembers themembers
members on the committee for the District Districtof
of Columbia This committee secures a afew nfew afew
few plums but nothing in proportion to tothe totbe tothe
the newspapers named namedSo namedSo namedSo
So notorious is this fact that when it was wasdiscovered wasdiscovered wssdiscovered
discovered the editor of the GLOBE had two twoI
Republican sons in official positions some someof IIOlueof collieof
of our critics sent us tart personal ersoHalcommunl ersoHalcommunlcatiOIlS rfo acotumuni acotumunications communi communicationa
cations accusing ac islng us of selling out to the thedepartments thedepartll1cntsln thedepartments
departments in which they were employed employedto
to which by the way we responded res olllled by byskinning byskinning byskinning
skinning the aforesaid departments We Wecould Wecould Wecould
could not secure the appointment of n yel yellow yc yclow yelow
low dog to gnaw the bones frqui the offf offfcials amcial8 ofhjevials
vials lunch baskets if we tried to do so and andwe an andwe l lwe
we have no intention of making any such suchan snclJan suchan
an absurd effort Our sons secured theirappointments their theirappointments thelJlappointments
appointments through their Congressman Congressmanand Congress mall malland
and hold the fame on their merits meritsttor meritsttorobvious for forobvious Itorobvious
obvious reasons our relationship of father fatherhas fatherlla fatherhas
has lla been a detriment or rather an ember embarrassment cmbarrassment emberrassment ¬
rassment to them from the office holding holdingpoint holdingpoint holdingpoint
point of view That they have the bad badtaste badtaste badtaste
taste to be Republicans is not our fault or orbringing orbringing orbringing
bringing up Nevertheless they are young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men of excellent habits and correct deport deportment deportment deportwent ¬
ment and we are correspondingly proud prouc of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them barring of course their politicsPinally politics politicsFinally poUticeFinally
Finally it is only necessary to state tee tjieelder t teeelder e eelder
elder of the two has been clerk of a House Housecommittee Housecommittee Housecommittee
committee committee long before we projected the theSUNDAY theSUNDAY theSUNDAY
SUNDAY GLOBP > or camped in Washington WashingtonSo
So much by way of necessary personal ex explanation explanation axplanation ¬
planation planationComing planationComing planationComing
Coming back to our respected contempo contemporaries collte1llpOrarle contenrporaries ¬
raries their relatives relativ friends and reporters reportersthe reporter8the reportersthe
the woods or rather the departments are arefull arefull arefull
full of them and hence the jolly columns columnsof
of the respective Washington newspapers newspapersIt
It will be observed ob erved that the SUNDAY GLOBE GLOBEhas GLOBSh88 GLosahiss
has no jolly column for department of officials officlall officials ¬
ficials and that front the President down downto downto I Ito
to Mikey Lewis and Kaiser iaer RicketU Ricket when whenanything whe wheanvUling whenanything
anything goes goc wrong its readers find the thematter theUtatter thematter
matter set forth with painstaking palnlt klng details in inthese IIIthe inthese
these the e columns columnsTo column8To columnsTo
To applicants for official positions therefore there therefore tllerefore ¬
fore we give thistip
Either get on the staff taIY of one of the thepapers thepepers thepapers
papers named for a brief space and become becomea
a Chief of Police or a Chief of the Pire De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment or ora a District official If the other otheralternative oUleralternative otheralternative
alternative is preferred secure secure a aletter letter from fromone fronlone fromone
one of the proprietors proprt etors of these newspapers newspapersand newspapersaud newspapersand
and give U S Senators and Congressmen a arest arest arest
rest The whole bunch have less lessiniluence lessiniluencethan leH1n Influence Influencethan uence uencethan
than oNB Washington Wa Jtlngton publisher of eCIDAILV eCIDAILVNBWSlWlIld a DAILY DAILYNBWSBAPBR DAuYNewstaPERI
Alioad of Ilia Predecessor is Director DireotorMerriam DirectorMorrlarn DJlootolllorrlam
Merriam of oftbo tho Census Bureau BureauGovernor DuroluGovernor BureauGovernor
Governor Merriam 1rerrla Director of the theTwelfth IheTwelttlt theTwelfth
Twelfth Census announced Friday tile tliecompletion tilecompletlon thecompletion
completion and andpubUcation publication of part one of ofthe oCtile ofthe
the reports on population being volume volumeone volumeone oIumeone
one of the census ce IUS report This volume volumecontains ftlurncontalDl volumecontains
contains 149 pages agd qdeol1lptiIdot epdcotnpeiawtfedoson eempriset statistic statisticen
en 0 poptnatfon of the Males lei and territories territoriesby terrhorlabr territoriesby
1 by minor eivilrtivislons ee t ilivWoia riKott center ter of oftttw poMhw poMhwtfe4 pcapiaplaces =
i iiucorporated
tfe4 rf r i tttw r rincorporated pvJHtM
incorporated places urban and rural papa population papalation pu pulaUon ¬
lation population pop lation by sex general nativity nativitycountry nativitycountry nativitycountry
country of birth foreign parentage citizens citizensand cltlenaand citizensand
and years in the United States and an appendix ap appendix appendlx ¬
pendix giving a statement of territorial acquisitions ac acquisitions aequilitiol18 ¬
quisitions quisitionsIt
It has been possible po lble to issue this first re report reo reoport report ¬
port about three and a half years earlierthan earlier earlierthan earliertllan
than in previous decades owing to the fact factthat Cacttbat factthat
that the legislation of 1899 gave much better betteropportunity betteropportunity betteropportunity
opportunity to those in charge of the Cen Census Census Cansue ¬
sus Office to expedite its labors and to lung magnificent tuagnlficent lungnificent ¬
nificent direction energy and intelligence intelligenceof
of the director and his chief assistants in inthe hithe ii iithe
the population division of which Mr Hunt Huntis Uuutis Huntis
is chiefThe chief chiefThe chiefIhe
The completion of this report required a aforce aCorce aforce
force of 2000 people during the latter part partof partof partof
of 1900 1100 and more than 1000 during the thegreater tbereater thegreater
greater reater part partof of this yearIN year yearIN yearIN
IN POTTERS FIELD FIELDCommissioner fIBLOOOlUll1l FIELDCommisa1onor
OOlUll1l Commissioner slollol Evans Wins tho Raoo Raooand Raooalld Raceand
and GuRler Gu ler Sleeps In an Un Unhallowed UnlIallOV81 Unhallowed
hallowed Sepulchre SepulchreWilliam SepulohrcWilliam SepulchreWilliam
William Gufcler an old German eighty eightythree eightythree eightythree
three years of age and a veteran of the theCivil theCivil theCivil
Civil War died last week at the Providence ProvidenceHospital ProndeneeIIOIpltal ProvidenceHospital
Hospital and it is alleged his remains were wereinterred wereInterreG wereinterred
interred in 1JPotter Potters Pield Gugler was en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to 30 0 per month for disabilities con contracted contracted contracted ¬
tracted in the service but liven fought him himto himto himto
to a finish and the veteran could only secure securethe securethe securethe
the small pension allowed under the pau pauper pauper pauper ¬
per pension law the new act This pittance pittancewas pltta pittaewas te tewas
was of course insufficient to even purchase purchaserolls pureha purchaserolls e erolls
rolls and coffee and Gugler often went hun hungry lIungry bungry ¬
gry Some charitable ladles on Indiana Indianaavenue Indianaavenue Indianaavenue
avenue were accustomed to give him an anevening ancvenlng anevening
evening meal when he called as lie often oftendid oftel1did oftendid
did when suffering from the pangs of hun hunger hnnger huager ¬
ger His Claim lalln for the 30 0 per month was wasrecommended wasrecommended wasrecommended
recommended by a special examiner but butunder butunder butcorder
under one pretext or another Commissioner CommissionerBvans ComntllSloper ComntllSloperUvan8 CommisafoperItvans
Bvans fought it off knowing that the old oldman oldman oldman
man could not last long owing to his great greatage geatage greatage
age As usual Uvnns won out and another anotherSoldier l1 anotherSoldier otlJer otlJerSoldier
Soldier of the Legioji LegloJlln in a foreign Co reign field lie liedead lies ifilldead liesdead
dead deadThe deadThe II IIThe
The pension roll has been relieved of an another another another ¬
other pensioner who in the tn prime of manhood man menhood manbood
hood served the Republic Republic which in its itsgratitude Itsgratitude itsgratitude
gratitude starved him in n his declining years yearsand yearsand yarnand
and dishonors his corpse by interment itlten ent in inFetters inPotters inPotters
Potters Field PieldBOY FieldBOV PlaidBOY
Raymond Lewis J oVis Hit in Arm by b Bul Bullet Bullet Bullot ¬
let Yostorday nCtorl1oonJtaymo Afternoon AfternoonRaymond AftoriioonRaymond
Raymond Jtaymo d Lewis a colored boy fourteen fourteenyears f fourteenyears utten uttenyears
years old living on Douglass avenue Hills Hillsdale nm nmdale Hillsdale
dale was accidentally shot in tile Ittt arm armby armby armby
by a bullet from a rifle yesterday ycsterda afternoon afternoonabout afternoonabout afternoonabout
about 2 oclock oclockThe oclOikThe oclockThe
The ahOQting shogtingoccurred occurred at Fort Sheridan SheridannearAnacostia 81leddannear SheridannearAnacostia
nearAnacostia near AnaeOitia Tile rifle was in the pos possession posseBillon pos posaession ¬
session of Georgic Moore a small white whiteboy whiteboy wtiteboy
boy and was being beln examined by a number numberof rttU ber berof
of other boys when it was discharged dischargedThe
The wounded boy was conveyed to theoffice the theoffice theoffice
office of Dr R A Pyles AnacogtH AnaCQlStuiluJ1Was AnaCQlStuiluJ1Wassubsequently and was wassubsequently wassubsequently
subsequently sent in a patrol wagjjn to toProvidence toProvldencc toProvidence
Providence Hospital as he appeared appel1r appeared crt4t t0 besuffering be besuffering e esuffering
suffering very much muchThe muchThe muchThe
The police were were satisfied that the th > itibot Ti t
ing was accidental allcidentaland and made no arr arrPhiladelphia t tPblladelphlaand v vPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pblladelphlaand and New York Yo k city IIftiJf a are still stillthe It stillthe 111 111the
the theme of Washington n newspaper neWlP r paper ner edl witorlals editorials
torlals This city is Immultetr immuhejrgmcl1ttetsm ntci UIsm UIsmI
I 1 1d d
James K Hacketts Beautifultpevotion Beautiful BeautifulfvDevotion BeautifulDevotion
fvDevotion Devotion to His liisMother Mother MotherA MotherA
Tfli TfliE
111II 111IIlJifrc w
lJifrc Mtfro I ltlovatlrin 1 JlovatiRln IO4t 1k Morality lro alty Than All Allthe Allthe
the Utterance of ofthc the t io IOu1pltThc IOu1pltThcirRotloil Iulplt PulpitfihoPrnotiot > Tho ThoPrnotlo
Prnotiot Prnotlo irRotloil lits lijcsgoii on n Taught EedtI H1C the Youth YouthOf YouthIc Youthof
Of America iiy It by Ic hit h MIroIQrtJH Liiho lfo 1 blhthi tffthlg Great GreatArtist G GreatArtlstioatlt at atltflt1eltlL
Artlstioatlt Artist ltflt1eltlL Death Alone l Ioitu i Cfari tap < In Sqparato SqparatoSlather Sgparato SgparatoLtotherand QPlrate QPlrateLIothot
Ltotherand Slather and Son SonJames SonJI1UIs SonJames
James K Kafkett JI kett may mayor or may not be as asgreet as11t asgreet
greet In Don Cars Retutti ltetu t from the ar arUstlc artiltle are aretietiepoint
tietiepoint Ustlc point poi t of c > I view as the late Snlvlnl but buttbit butUtCt buttrait
trait he has other attributes which tile diatingMlah dlalIugalh tileNagHiehhin
tingMlah NagHiehhin him in intitle this age of irreverence and andcynic andqttlClln andeynicsm
qttlClln cynic in we have been made ade aware by thetuerest the themerest theIU
merest IU t accident Among these attributes attributesia attrlbllteII
ia the admirable ad l rtble one of filial love In this thisparticular thisp4Lrttcular thisparticular
particular James K Hfcckett has no su superior superior superlor ¬
perior in either artist I1r st or citizen of any anyvocation anyvocation anyvocation
vocation II I f he has 11 many equals we will be bepleased beaad bepiaaed
pleased and delighted deligl ted to know and realize realizeCertainty realueCor realizeCertainly
Certainty Cor l nly nc more beautiful devotion to a auiotlter aU10 aurn
uiotlter urn It1 by a son has 1 ever come within our ourken ourkel1 ourkeuecexperlelce
ken keuecexperlelce keuecexperlelceIle or experience experienceAVilile uperlel1celie
AVilile lie playing his recent engagement at atthe atthe atthe
the National < < Uol Theatre he was as usual acco ac accooifanied acco
co cooifanied 1lenied nied by his mother This venerable venerablelady venerablelad venerablelad
lady lad instead of taking klng her meals at the theRji tbegh thelLI
Rji lLI ligh gh where she was stopping preferred preferreda
a restaurant close by the thetady lady proprietress proprietressof
of which ldoI1 was willa an old acquaintance aoqJ1all mceNoticing mceNoticingbe Noticing Noticingher Noticinglie
her be regular regularappearance appearance at Iot1I1tI1ls meals and being beingstrtakwitk beingstr beingstr
strtakwitk str 12 ok with tl1csup the superior supeTioripelligence orlt Intelligence l1gence and andcam andcal andea1
cam cal repose n repeseof Ol4l of feature catuteb which filcb while bearing bear bearingpe bearIng
ingpe Ing he marks sultr of t tQfts t tatr ttto showed owed unmistak unmistakably urimlstakab ¬
ab ably a lom to Hflfc iI t tOfiJttlTS ofixtlays ofatt s well spent and andnlgiita andnlgw andnig
nlgiita nig to of Jiltr X t u r9pOileywe rcJ p < we W e Inquired of the theo tilepro thepro
pro dlttt de ri rihO t
k hO o IOlu J mUfV b tt < < l Va4fijnble < 5ri4rable and dignified old oldls
18 in inI ilt
I hi 1 < iWlkt I1i the mother of James K KWtof KIt Ks
s It tj J Wtof tlbtor ndw playing at the thejreKtter thea
a l
jreKtter n I t attendant at the restau restauwereiltyifttiited re rutaura tau
ra avers wereiltyifttiited iUJb1ted tmllted sufficiently with withconduoUHjf withuClChrr withtkt
tkt conduoUHjf cenductii uClChrr + it to make inquiriesw inquiries inquiriesetkited Inquiriestl1icite4
w Baited the ihrilk fellowingbeeutitul WkMring wfl1c beautiful chap c1la9lime
ter Lfie lime a life story 810170 Of gits this II eetefiftted caelebliltoadactot actor actoraa aetoft
aa t devoted wottMift wottMiftkkBowf t tkDOW rkaow
kkBowf kDOW P iMeglijr 11I beta the the My Myedwctftf lid i 4y 4yv 4ypink
v is lidt wK wKell
j edwctftf edwctftfnice pink pinkis = t
II IInice
ell + t 1d d ° 6 lnnf i iales
nice pdHtWts ttwt the salary Iary of which I badlyneed badly badlyneed WI WIneed
need But t tI I am determined to educate educatehint educate11iw educatehim
hint cost what t it will In personal sacrifices sacrificesNow sacrificeNow sacrificesNow
Now Mrs 1111 Hackett is aware of this fact and andthat andthat andthat
that is i the reason teason maybe why she told me meher meller meleer
her history under similar conditions conditionsWhen conditionsWben conditionsWhen
When lIu u r husband died he left her suf sufficient suCficient sufficient ¬
ficient to educate educate James This she deteraiined de determined determlned ¬
termined to Ho to the last penny Like in inmy inmv inlily
my case there were times when tempting temptingoilers temptingotTen temptingoffers
offers were Jnmde niade of employment for the theboy tileboy theboy
> boy but these t11 theee se she resisted although need needing needieg needing ¬
ing ltia his salary as badly as I do my Carls CarlsThe CarlsThe CarlsThe
The boy Japies too like my Carl often be besought besought besought
sought her io 10 o let him accept a position posl lon and andcontribute andcontribute
1 contribute 10 o their mutual support but to tothl tothis
1 this thi she would by no means listen As a aboy aboy aboy
boy he earlr CBrl earl developed a penchant for the thestage thestage thestage
stage Hejwould lI Jwould write little plays and andmarshal andmanhalh andmarshal
marshal manhalh lits ha youthful companions in thedrama the thedrama thedrama
drama of which by the way he always alwaysinsisted alwlfIhllited alwaysinsisted
insisted oi o taking the leading role In Infact InCact Infact
fact there was but one actor the other otherboys otherboy otherboys
boys boy and girls Of g II filling the thinking parts partsAs partsA partsAs
As A young jirnes J mel grew up Mrs Hackett be became benme becime ¬
came afar alarned alare etl at his persistency along alongthese alongthese alongthese
these lines knd nd endeavored to give his mind minddirection Il1lnddirection minddirection
direction towards wardl one of the t e polite profeesione pro profession profion ¬
fession i But James had such evident evidenttalent evidenttalent evidenttalent
talent for This his chosen profession and so somany 10many somany
many peojjle pto peope le became aware of it that the themother tbemother themother
mother affer a er many struggles against the theinevitable thebtevittble theinevitable
inevitable inevitable finally consented that James Jamesshould Jam Jam5110uld Jamesshould
should prepare p re himself for the stage Her Hergreat lIergreat Hergreet
great objection obje tion to the profession was her herfear he helear listfear
fear of lon 10 periods of separation peration from her heridolized herIdoized heridolized
idolized a > n and the reputation the stage stagehad Itagehad stagehad
had as a al leading te ding to sap the morals of those thosewho thotewho thosewho
who folloyad folio ed the life of an actor actorHer BctorHer actorHer
Her son however promised her that she sheshould sheI11QUld sheshould
should always ttls ays accompany him on his tours toursand toursand toursand
and this promise or vow he has religiously religiouslyobserved religiouslyobtenetL religiouslyobserved
observed observed I In Ina a short while after his debut debuthis debutble debuthis
his salary salarrvras salarymt8 was sufficient to keep them both bothcomfortably botbcomfortB bothcomfortably
comfortB comfortably ty and they were as happy as a adoting adoting adoting
doting mother mother and a manly loyal son could couldpossibly couldpOltlibly couldpoesiblybe
poesiblybe possibly be on this earth earthAs earthAs earthAs
As the til ic e wore on however and Mrs MrsBeckett 1118Sckettl MrsHackett
Beckett perceived ercelved that James had anotherattnchmut another anotherattachment anotheratacllm
attachment atacllm attnchmut ut she secretly grieved that if this thisfancy thisfacy thisfancy
fancy developed d eloped into love and marriageshe marriage marriageshe marriagethe
she wou lose her boy or at least see the theyounger theGlnKerwol1lau thefill
younger GlnKerwol1lau woman fill the place of fellow fellowtraveler fellowtraveler fellowtraveler
traveler jand and nd guardian which she so long longoccupied longooeupiecj longoccupied
ooeupiecj occupied tet the tb great actor When the fatal fatalmctnentiarrived fatalUtCIlllenrrlftd fatalrnomentlarrfved
mctnentiarrived UtCIlllenrrlftd and James informed her of ofhis ofIde oflit
his lit inteuled marriage conditional on her heroonsentJshe hergaYe herooneen
oonsentJshe ooneen she gave it with a faltering heart heartsvspectfig IteartaDd hartand
aDd teal tea ill her eyes But the noble youth youthIpeet youthaspect
svspectfig aspect II the cause or rather drawing it itout Itlr itout
out out lr of h ble hc r inadvertently assured lured her that as aslong aslong
long as ibt 111 lived she should never be 1 > e saps separated sapsrated pe perated ¬
rated frpm frkm fr m him but should always while whileae whilethe whileshe
the ae washable to travel accompany hint on onhi onlIie onhis
hi his starring tours This vow James Jam K KHaclcetilNM Itsacket KHacket
sacket HaclcetilNM Teas l kept and that is the reason you youAnd y youAnd u uInd
And her he herf in my restaurant Wherever her herson herSOD herson
son is se I e is elose aloe at hand where b he gees geesshe Ileesahe goesshe
she toogaea tooro hk people and acquaintances acquaintancesare
are alsoifcnown te her and neither wife nor norfriend norCrlend norfriend
friend pm pn It separate this tbi mother and this thisnoble thisooble thisnoble
noble sort seaAnd sortAnd t1 II IIAnd
And o at the lady concluded with tears in inher inher Inher
her eyekf eye eycicslte he added addedAnd addtdAnd addedAnd
And Iknow I know Jrn w my Carl and I will never neverbesepamted neverbe neverbe
besepamted besepamtedSurelr be separated separatedSurelr separata separataSurel
Surelr Surel James al tu K Hackett richly deserves deservesthe duervesthe deservesthe
the esteem estten11n in which he is held by the thepurest tbepure tiepurest
purest pure It and be boat t of women and men who whohave wholtave whohave
have life tlfr pleasure of his acquaintance acquaintanceHis acqualnJanceHII acquaintanceHis
His wife wlreO MJMQr 11pr pq Mannering is fortunate fortunateIndeed fortunateIlIdeedI fortunateindeed
IlIdeedI Indeed fiti ppsyeseing pMeaeing p eHlnlf the love of such a ahusband aman aman
man for f tita t1 voted V ted a son must auledly auledlymake a rfdlY rfdlYmate
mate at lEo no fhulband husband Mary Manrierlng M Maanerlugwith nner1ng nner1ngwith
with wooanpanV w company i8 bavil1 lcuyfng a verysacc very veirySIICC
SIICC u eati I n her great talntas an anI
accomplished cc mpUsbed artist commands this butliar but buther buther
her greatest triumph and no doubt the theone theone theone
one she value above all others is the love loveof loveof loveof
of such a man as James K Hackett H Qkett the themodel thelIIodel themodel
model Ball of a Ii deserving mother mothe His ex example example example ¬
ample not n t alone elevates levltes and honors the thestagey thestagty thestagily
stagey but buttearhes teorhes te bes a lesson of filial devo devotion deVotlon deQotion ¬
tion to the tbeYul1i ywuih of the entire country fo fowhich towhich Lowhich
which mothers tuotb rS will bless him hlma and d sons who whofallow whofolJow whofollow
fallow his hlscX example IIIPle will secure sechr at leastthe least leastthe leastthe
the respect of this world and a deserved deservedfelicity deservelCellclty deservedfelicity
felicity in tile world to come comeSCHLEY comeSCtlLEV comeSCHLBY
or 01 the American People Wherever WhereverHe WhereverHe Vberovorlie
He Publicly Appears AppearsAdmiral ippearsAdhlral AppearsAcliniral
Admiral Adhlral Schley will be compelled compelled to stay stayaway stayaway stayaway
away from the theaters if the demonstra demoustrationarecontinued demonstrations demonstratlonl ¬
tions tionarecontinued are continued which nearly wrecked wreckedthe wreckeilthe wreckedthe
the National Theater Friday evening The Theold Theold Tileold
old building rocked on its foundations as asthe asthe asthe
the packed audience rose to its feet and andtried andtried andtried
tried its lung capacity capacityThe cat capacityThe > aclty acltyThe
The Admiral and Mrs Schley were the theguests tbegUtsts theguests
guests of Miss 1Ii Molly Idiot Sea Seawell well at atHacketts atlIackettl atHacketts
Hacketts performance of Don Cesars CesarsReturn C CmsarsReturn aars aarsReturn
Return II The party occupied the lower lowerStage lowerte lowerstage
Stage te box Admiral Schley llley with his hishostess hishOlte8l hishostess
hostess entered the theater quite early and andpassed andpuud andpassed
passed to their box As soon soon1 as the music mUlicceaaed musicceased i iceased
ceased several persons in the tlieaterbegau tlieaterbegaucalling theater began begancalling begancalling
calling Schleys name and this was the sig signal slgoouwler signal ¬
nal uwler for general bondclapping Miss Sea Seawell SeavelI Seawell
well velI with with a smile turned turnedand and whispered tothe to tothe tothe
the admiral her action being the signal for forprolonged forpro forprolonged
prolonged pro < heering Cheering Almost Almost spontaneously spontaneouslythe SDOltbUllOUIJs a ontaneouel ontaneouelthe
the the entire audience audience arose and rema remain remainstanding remainstanding n nstanding
standing and cheering until Admiral Schley Seltleyalso Schleyalso SChleyalso
also smiling appeared at the front of the tbebox thebox I Ii
box and bowed Uve livenn Wl when en i Ite 1 J had is TTITTTTT ret retired retiredtlle to tothe T T I Ithe
the handclapping and cheering cheerinirb began begananew begananew r ranew
anew and continued with hearty vigor until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the curtain finally ascended The ovation ovationlasted ovationlasted ovationlasted
lasted for several minutes and there was wasno wasno wasno
no mistaking its sincerity or its unanimity unanimityAs
As this was Was the first public appearance of ofAdmiral ofAdmiral ofAdmiral
Admiral Sehley in Washington since Ute tltecourt Utecourt thecourt
court rendered its verdict the character of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the welcome was all the more significant significantand significantBndgratifyfng significantand
and Bndgratifyfng BndgratifyfngAgain gratifying gratifyingAgain gratifying gratifyingAgain
Again when Mr Hackett in response to toencores toenCor toencores
encores enCor encores S made a short address addre55brftJgtng bridging bridging in inSchleys tnScllleys toSchleys
Schleys name naan the audience went wild Ifd ard andcheered ardcheered ardchtcred
cheered the utterance l1tt rance What does the theNavy t11eNil theNay
Navy Nil Department and Secretary Long Iongthink Longthink Longthink
think of this thisWIRELESS thisWIRELBSS this1VIRELESS
JJiasaafcag 1I8 IIK Bfttyreon Hare ijerq anti Ju1 Baltifore Balti Baltimore naltlIore
more Iore Will 11 COJnmencftifaur7 Commonc co January anuary 1 1A 1A 1A
A Vlslttp VISIbtoth the Station StationA StatIORljt StationuAfei
uAfei A visit ljt to U > the the wireless wlntl wlrlea leQjtaj t r < si Ufl nfc rih rihlocated a alocated r rlocated
located at Brookland near lIeart the Ortholic thoUC Uni University Vnlverslty Univenityyesterday ¬
versity venityyesterday yesterday revealed the fact faetthat act that the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal Wireless Telephone and Telegraph TelegraphCompany TelertlpbCompany TelegraphCompany
Company of Philadelphia are the parties partieswho partieswho partieswho
who have secured the ground and have haveabout haveabout haveabout
about completed the station This com company company comparry ¬
pany proposes prop ses operating between this city cityand cityand cityand
and Baltimore In the latter city the station stationhas stationhas stationhas
has been completed name time and opera operations operatlon8 operations ¬
tions have been delayed until the com completion completion cornpletion ¬
pletion of the one at Brookland BrooklandThe BrooklandThe BrooklandThe
The Federal company has the license licensefranchise licensefranchise licensefranchise
franchise etc for a number of states in including Including Ineluding ¬
cluding the District of Columbia It is one oneof oneof oneof
of six subcompanies operating the patents patentslicense patentslicense patentslicense
license franchise etc of the American AmericanWireless AmuicanWireles AmoeicanWireless
Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Com Company Conipanythe Companythe ¬
pany panythe the parent company of wireless wlre1 te telegraphy telelrraphy telegraphy ¬
legraphy in the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The recent reported spanning of the At Atlantic AtIntlc Atl ¬
l lantic ntie Ocean by the Marconi system with withan witban withan
an electric wave of sound is not equal equalthough equaltllourh equalthrough
though marvelous in itself with what will willbe willbe willbe
be accomplished by the American wireless wirelesssystem wlrelelsaYltem wirelesssystem
system The company with the stations a tiClIl at atBrookland atDrookland atBrookland
Brookland and Baltimore will be sending sendingmessages fendingmessages endingIIleHagee
messages by January i The TIt instruments instrumentswere InlfUmcntswere
were being put in place yesterday when a aGLOBK aGLOBI aGLoae
GLOBK reporter visited the till scene sceneHE HenetI sceneHE
The IostnntsterGonoral Postinnstor General Sits Down on onCensor onConsor onCensor
Censor Madden MaddenThe lUa MaddenThe < 1don 1donThe
The Postmaster General says that his tie de department department department ¬
partment has received a large number numbs of oftelegrams oftelegranl8 oftelegmnts
telegrams and letters asking if ruling Und Undbeen hadbeen ad adbeen
been made that only subscriptionsto news newspapers neWSpapers newspapers ¬
papers and periodical which are paid in inadvance inadvance inadvance
advance are legitimate He say says that he hesupposes hesupp08eA hesupposes
supposes the inquiries were the result qf a aruling aruling aruling
ruling made by Third Assistant A elstant PostnasterGeneral Pofitmsttei PofitmstteiGeneral PottlllatterGeneral
General Madden lIaddenln in the case of a New Tork Torkpublication Torkpublication forkpublication
publication theiubscriptions the1lub this ubscriptionstowhjehwere ubscriptionstowhjehweremainly crlptlons to which were weremainly weremainly
mainly induced by premiums and which whichruling whichruling whichruling
ruling applied only to the conditions of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that particular case or to similar conditions conditionsin CCnditionIn c inditon inditonin
in other cases casesThe cale8Tlte casesThe
The publishers ublilherl of the New York periodi periodical perlodicat riodl riodlcal ¬
cal and also publishers in Chicago the thepostmaster tile105tma8ter theostmaster
postmaster ostmaster General says have sent out cir circulars eircutr dirrulers ¬
rulers misrepresentine < < the ruling made He Hesays Hesays Hesays
says that no ruling rulingwhateverhied whatever had been bee wade wadewhich wadewhich wadewhich
which interferes with reasonable credit on onsubscriptions onsubtcriptions onsubscriptions
subscriptions to legitimate publications publicationsThe publicationThe
The Postmaster General adds that pub publishers pllbUlhen petfishers ¬
fishers should not take alarm at false nports re reports reo reoport ¬
ports port which he says YI an designed to em embarrass elllbarr embarraa ¬
barrass barr the reforms in Congaees CongaeesAll Coup CoupAll
All of which is very interesting as it itplainly Itplainly itplainly
plainly points to the suppression euppree eien of Censor CensorMadden CeftlOrMacJdel CensorMadden
Former Officer In District HoglniQnt HoglniQntGoes UeglnuJltGoes ItoglntontGoes
Goes to Porto lllco lllcoCaptain ItICQCaptain RicoCaptain
Captain John M Field of this City was wastoday was wastoday wastoday
today commissioned a captain pialn in the U Porto PortoRican PartoRlean PortoRican
Rican Regiment Captain Field went out eutwith outwith llt lltwith
with the District Regiment under Col Gee GeoH QeoH GeeH
H Harries during the war with Spain and andserved andIIIrved andserved
served through tae campaign in Cuba Cu as asregimental asnghnental asregimental
regimental Quartermaster He subsequent subsequently ubClequel1tIy ¬
ly received a commission in the 47th Vol Volunteer Yolunteer Volunteer ¬
unteer regiment regi went and served two yean in inthe inthe inthe
the Philippines in the same capacity M Mquartermaster Uquartermaster asquartermaster
quartermaster Captain lteld was a thor thoroughly thorooughly thoroughly ¬
oughly efficient e Jclant officer and his many friend friendin frielcUIn friendsin
in Washington will be pleased at his latest latestappointment latestappointment latestappointment
Of the Civil Service Problem ProblemEmbraced ProblemEmbraced ProblemEmbraced
Embraced in a Bill BillBY BillBY j jBY
i <
Whichdtonel Which Colonel t nlll Ike Hill ls ij Hfcrebr HfcrebrRespectfully fCbrobp fCbrobpltespoctfully loreb1HcspeottuUy
Respectfully Requested to to t Intro Introdaco Introdace Introdeco
dace daco in thoHoupoIc thclIou olt ts ISB a Cure All Alland lJIIn1 Alland
and Iko Iko Can nave It Passed or orFramed oJ oJFramed arFramed
Framed As He JIeMay May Elect ElectTin ElectThe ElectThe
The following is respectfully suggested suggestedto
to the Civil Civl Strvlce ServJ Servlte e CommidsUmars CommlltSl ueXS es especially especlalIy aspecially
pecially to that HOMier member who op opposes opposes opp0e5 ¬
poses any special advantages for the men menwho menwho menwho
who saved the country and who whose Is in favor favorof favorof favorof
of appointing green and nd inexparlenced inexpericneedclerks inexparlencedclerics il1expetheneedclerks
clerks in preference reference to the trained and com competent IGOnlpeteat cornpatent
patent gentlemen now being daily dischargetLfrom dis discause dlaehargedIrom
ehargedIrom tile ten Census us Bureau st simply 1p11 be bel18u because
cause l18u they tilt were recommended or appointed appointedby appont d dby
by Congressmen Conrr u It is a shodfctngr shiltt g dfa dfaqushMestie dr drqualb1catieJt Its Itsquelffiestian
quelffiestian i from the point of Jew of Mr MrvFonlke MrFonlkettsat MrPoniketbat
Fonlke Fonlkettsat < tuat a government clerk should bit bitrecomjaentled 1M 1MreCol berecompleitded
recomjaentled reCol aeJpled or secure an appointment appointmentthrough sppomtnlentthrourbtbetultcc appointmentthrougb
through throurbtbetultcc the in Influence upnce of his Congressman Congressmanevn Conrreumaneven Congressmaneven
evn even though H passes an examination examinationbaled exautlnatloubaled examinationbased
baled on the tk civil service Ice examination But Buther Butbere Butlure
her lure is a bill that will remedy this tbi andother and andother andotber
other evil evils Read it itnovas itnousl ituotfsn
A bill for the better organisation or n ltiot1 of the theCivil theCivil theCivil
Civil Service of the Uie United States lta and for torother I Iother forother
other purposes purposesBe purpos purposeslie s s1Se
Be it enacted Uacted That on and after alt the pa paage pcwage pass passage ¬
age of this act no qo person now I < < JW in l t the tftelvU tftelvUtervlce alvij alvijservice nlvItservice
service of tile United State or orw orwig who shall shallhereafter shalthereafter hntt hntthereaCter
hereafter enter it Itr t shoil 811l shall 1I be removed from fromthe frQt11the frgrythe
the same or reduced without cliSrges ch r Cls and anda
a trial before a board to be designated deelltlntlluthe by bythe bythe
the Civil Service Commission f ftie aBe
v vBe
Be it further enacted That there shall 8 RUb RUba be bea bea
a school of civil service servl eatallhlahetlby 4abliil d dbth dbthGovrnm rtth rtthGovernment tb tbGoveernment
Government Govrnm t for the education of at thf UJ hf > jottng jottngof lettJIlrof ettp ettpof
of both bo sex Qualification for fo for entrance entranceshall atttQ11QCstal eitrpnceshalt
shall be competitive put > bu ut ttie the children c childiapAf childiapAfcivil 1J t o of ofcivil Qf Qfcivil
civil service employe employeto to hay have have the ijte properepee proper prpfcrrence niifcrtIn >
epee in all caeep caeepQuarters C8Hffuarters caseQquarters
Quarters uarters and fuel fUIi1 will he furniln Iutn furntsld loaU loaUtiiotti to 41 41thOle allthose
those employed ic h civil servicer wid etsjQen etsjQenVte gjon gjonKress QonI
Kress Vte I I wlU wU etihl make gegnary neeeary appropriate apprqp tf8f tf8fthe fee feethe forthe
the purchase of of oUhuIe oUhuIeAI the same sameA1 MUfeAJ1
AJ1 AI civil service nlce employee elUpJoyetJUed b1iq em emtitled a atitled
titled to an increase bt of 10 per P < < ctjK cpt a lot r lotAve ejftefe
Ave 7 y years ofM of setvtqapt setvtqaptof v Tl e pott ft fejcUftr fejcUftror
or of a civilurrfee civuaervi Mir e employe e esenice snail slieih eotfr eo 1e 1eservice Iw Iwservice
service with the increased rate fa o of < the theparent tbeparen theparent
parent parentAll paren parentAll 1 1AU
All persons becoming disabled front ar arduous arduous arduous ¬
duous duties or old age in the service ehaltbe shall shallbe Ihallbe
be placed on the retired list with 75 per percent percent percent
cent of full pay but shall not on that ac account account account ¬
count be deprived of quarters if any suck suckdesire suckdesire suckdesire
desire living elsewhere elsewhere quarters will be befurnished beCurnished befurnished
furnished them the In where they select to live lireWhen liveWhen liveWhen
When in the opinion of the commission commissionit
it shall seem well to employ any of those thosewho thoseWao thosewho
who were engaged in the late war all other otherto otherthings otherthings
things being equal preference will 1 beglvcn beglvcnto be given givento
to the southern soldier they having sacri sacrificed sacrificed sacrificed ¬
ficed more during and since the war and andthe andthe andthe
the northern soldier has hitherto com commanded commanded commended ¬
manded the sympathy of the Nation NationAn NationAn Nation NationAn
An appropriate uniform shall be chosen chosenby cbosenby chosenby
by a board designated by the Civil Service ServiceCommission ServiceCOll1mlHlon ServiceCommission
Commission The chiefs of divisions to torank torank torank
rank on a par with colonels in the army armyand arniy arniyand armyand
and wear a proper insignia of rank After AfterMarch AfterIUarch AfterMarch
March 4190x 4 1902 all bureau officers shall ban be beincluded beIncluded beincluded
included and shall rank on a par with the thebrigadier thebrlgadler thebrigadier
brigadier generals and wear the single star starleaving starleaving starleaving
leaving the double star tar for the cabinet cabinetofficers cabinetoMcers binet binetolllcen
officers and the four stars for the President Presidentwhen Prelldeotwben Presidentwhen
when in the near future they shall hall be in included IIIduded ineluded ¬
eludedThe eluded cludedThe dudedTbe
The Civil Service Commission in the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future shall be designated de lrnated as the Infallible InfallibleTrinity InfaUlblcTrinity InfallibleTrinity
Trinity and this office shall hall be hereditary hereditaryand hereditaryInd hereditaryand
and they shall receive 95000 ooo per annum annumeach annumeaeb annumeach
each with the usual 10 per cent increase increaseThe inore68eThe increaseThe
The senior member of the board shall be a acabinet acabinet acabinet
cabinet officer preceding the Secretary of ofState oCState ofState
State StateOn StateOn S SOn
On and after March 4 1902 all Senators Senatorsand Scpatorsand Senatorsand
and Representatives shall come undeFthe undeFtheprovision under1 the theprovision tbeprovision
provision of this act their position being beingfor bqlogfor beingfor
for life with the usual 10 per cent Increase Increasebut tntr Inereasebut Je Jebut
but upon retirement shall receive full pay payCongress pay payCongres payCongress
Congress shall organize as heretofore heretoforeby heretoforeby heretoforeby
by the election of a Speaker but the theSpeakerelect tileSpeakerelect theSpeakerelect
Speakerelect can not qualify until he shall shallhave shallhave shallhave
have been approved by the Infallible InfallibleTrinity InfallibleTrlnlty InfallibleTrinity
Trinity and should he in the opinion of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that body be unfitted to fulfill the duties of ofthat orthat ofthat
that office they can select some other mem member member menuher
ber of the House if in their judg judgment Judgment judgwent ¬
ment there is any anyone one fitted for the offlee of office office ¬
fice if not the junior memoer melUhr of the he I 9 BTsshall 9Ts 1
Ts Tsshall 11 shall act as speaker pro tern until some someone someone someone
one is found fitted for the place placeSenators placeSenaton placeSenators
Senators shall as heretofore be elected electedby electedb electedby
b by the legislatures of their states eta tea but they theywill tJIeywtll theywilt
will have to be approved by the I V T be before before before ¬
fore qualifying If the I F T should die dieapprove cUsppro cUeapprove
approve ppro of the party elected they can canselect autt canselect
select t a party to ill the vacancy vacancyThe vacancyTIle vacancyThe
The President and Vice Vicepresident Viceprideutl1 Viceprideutl1b Preeideut stall stallbe shallbe
be b elected M ear Ii heretofore but must hfe If < < ap approved IIpproed approved ¬
proved by the I It Tf 1 + T before hssuguratiaaand inauguration inaugurationand
and d should the VicePresident VleePre ideut be disap disapproved elII8pplOvcd dieapproved ¬
proved of by that body the second nd mem member member membar ¬
ber of the I P T shall act aepteeldeat ae president tdet of ofthe o oUI ofthe
the UI Senate until the I P T shall k have ve some semeene 8emeone someone
one fitted to fill the place placeShould placeSbould placeShould
Should the President after due lIu election electionbe electionbe tfOll tfOllbe
be found unfit to flit that high epic the thesenior tbeMitior thesenior
senior member of the I F T T shall eb fall U fill the theoffice theolilce tb tbolllce
office until some It me one ia found who they tkeywant tlaeywant theywant
want to place there thereTo thereTo thereTo
To provide revenue to carry rryt out wt the pro provisions provleloM provisions ¬
visions of this act actQ a lax will to levied h < rioe en enhome eabome onhome
home products mostly raw material suek suchas suekas suek3S
as wool wheat earn rn rye potatoes cabbage cabbagebeans ealtlMllebeane cabbagebeans
beans etc et and young stock suck ae cells coltecalves cellscalves HI HIIvee
calves Ivee lambs young pigs and andrhe babies babiesThe babiesThe
The disappearance of a diamond neck neckbain Becktlt neckshah
shah bain tlt valued at S3OO 3400 from a package sent sentbyalqaal Setltbl seatb
byalqaal bl b IrQaal jeweler jewelerto to a firm in New York Yotkcity Yorkityis Yorkeltyfa
city eltyfa ityis la U the he > e sensation of the hoar llo r among amongjewelers aollftjewehull amongjewelers
jewelers and c express pres companies compa lel
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