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In the Successful Robbing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Soldier and His Widow WidowBLACK WidowBLACK WidowBLACK
And Tholr Dark History nlstor In Ignoring Ignoringtho IJtllorllltho Ignoringthe
tho Laws of ConRrofis COII CongroseTho roslTh Tho G A ft ftChiefs itOhloft 11Ohloih
Chiefs > Who 110 Hnvo Boon Willing WillingTools WillingToolsThe VlllIlIgTools
ToolsThe Tools Tho Now Committed Ap Appointed Alopol AppcintOd ¬
pointed pol ol by Commander Tprronco TprroneoTurning TprroncoTurning TprroncoTurning
Turning Down Sickles for ro Black ninolcIn Dlno DlnoIn BlackIn
In the last six issues of the GLOBK we wehave wellave wehave
have shown that the anti antipension pension junto got gotpossession gotpossession ot otpossession
possession of the Pension Department and andare andare andare
are running it against the laws of Congress Congressand Congressnd Congressand
and nd manipulating G A R officials See SeeGLOBE SeeGLaDE SeeGLOBE
GLOBE Nov 17 17The 17The I7The
The following clipping from the he Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington Post of December 18 shows conclu conclusively conclusively conclulively ¬
sively that the G A R jury is packed packedagainst packedagainst
against the veteran and that Hvnns cannot cannotremember cannotremember
remember that he h e is o being a impeached as a ajudge ajudge ajudge
judge not as Congress which finally finallycon finallyconsiders con considers consider ¬
siders the interest of the Government and andfixes andfixes andfixes
fixes the pension policy of the laws The Theclipping Tbecllppin Theclipping
clipping evidently written by PensionCominssloter Pension PensionCommssiouer PensionCommsslouer
Commssiouer Evans in tile bureau here al although altl10ugh althought ¬
though dated at Minneapolis readsMINNEAPOLIS reads readsMINNEAPOLIS readslIINNEAOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS Minn Dec 17 I7nll t Ell HllTor HllTorrence Torrence Tor Torrence
rence commanderin commanderlnchlpf chiif of the GrandArmy Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army of the Republic today announcedthe announced announcedthe announcedtlle
the following as the committee on pensins pen pensions pensions ¬
sions Col Robert Death Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCol
Col John C Black Chicago Gen James R RCam RCarnahan It ItCarnahan
Carnahan Cam ah an Indianapolis Judge Charles G GBurton GDurton GBurton
Burton Nevada Mo exGov W H Up
ham Marshfield Wit Wi Henry B Talntor TaintorHartford TalntorHartford TalntorHartford
Hartford Conn John C Linehan Pena Penscook Penacook Penacoot
cook N H HIn HIn HIn
In view of the Pension Office controvert controveny controvenytbls controverythis y ythis
this committee is most important It is I understood un understood understood ¬
derstood that the commanders desire in innaming IIInaming innaming
naming this committee was to secure one onethat oneUist onethat
that could consider the Interests of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government equally with those of the theveteran theveterans theveterans
veterans Judge Torrence does not occupy occupya
a position of hostility toward the present presentadministration presentadminlstratin presentadministration
administration of the Pension Bureau but butwishes butwishes butwishes
wishes to see that the old soldiers are protested pro protected protected ¬
tected as the thelawprovides law provides The Tlewhole whole pen pension enaion en ensi ¬
sion si n question was referred by the Clevend Clevendeucampment Cleveland Clevelandencampment Cleve nd ndencampment
encampment to the commaiiderinchief commaiiderinchiefand commanderinc chief chiefand lief liefand
and the committee named todav todavA
A judge on the bench is to execute thelaw the thelow tllelaw
law not feel the pulse p lse of the Trea Treasury ury to de determine determine determine ¬
termine how much he should return unex unexpended unexpended unexpended ¬
pended at the end of the year Congressdecided Congress Congressdecided Congreudecided
decided the safety of the Government inmaking in inmaking InlIIakina
making the appropriation and in pawing pawingthe paNingthe pawingthe
the pension laws If more claims are al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed under the laws than the appropriation appropria appropriation approprlation ¬
tion the Treasury will report them to Con Congressfor Congress Congress
gressfor gress for payment and Congress Conl rose can then thenconsider tbenconsider thenconsider
consider what legislation i is necessary to toreduce toreduce toreduce
reduce pension laws Evans takes thelabor the thelabor thelabor
labor off the bands of Congress Congressby Congressby Congressby
by arbitrarily educing the laws in inadvance Inadvance Ini Inadvance
advance by illegal construction to savethe save savethe savethe
i the Treasury Trea ury He thus returns five million milliondollars milliondollars milliondollars
dollars each year as unexpended from each eachpension eachpenlion eachpension
pension appropriation This at the yearly yearlyaverage yearlyaverage yearlyaverage
average of pensions say too oo would have havepensioned havepcnslonedllfty havepensioned
pcnslonedllfty pensioned fifty thousand of the one hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred and audtwenty twenty thousand claims which whichEvans whichRvanl whichEvana
Evans has illegally rejected each year to toget toget toget
get his savings savingsDuring savingDuring vlng vlngDuring
During exPresident Clevelands first administration ad administration administration ¬
ministration the above selected Colonel ColonelBlack ColonelDlack ColonelBlack
Black was w Clevelanspension Clevelans pension commissioner commissionerand cOUlusiulonerand commissionerand
and right bower and rejected claims almotas almost almostas
as extensively and fully as unlawfnlly as asPension asPension asPension
Pension Commissioner Evans has hasdone done dur during durI during ¬
I ing the past five years Tile law was boldly boldlyignored boldlyIrnored boldlyignored
ignored and prostituted The veteranswere veterans veteranswere veteranswere
were dumfounded and a wail went upthrough up upthrough upthrougll
through the land equal to that which fol followed foII ¬
I lowed the tactics of Lochrr n Clevelands Clevelandspension Clevelandst Clevelandspension
t pension commissioner commissionerin jn his llissecond second admin administration admint administration ¬
t istration and equal to the weeping of ofwidows ofwidows ofwidows
widows and orphans arid the wrath of the theveterans theveterans theveterans
veterans which followed the appointment appointmentof
of Evans the prince of tyrants oppressorsand oppressors oppressorsaud oppreesoflaud
aud corrupt judges A shadow of the extent ex extent extent ¬
tent and nature of Blacks unlawful rulings rulingsstands ru1ln8stands rulingsstands
stands out in the four volumes of printed printeddecisions printeddecisions printeddecisions
decisions printed during the Harrison administrationoverrulingClevelands ad administration administratlonoverru1lngCleve
ministration ministratlonoverru1lngCleve overrulingClevelatidsiclienies overrulingClevelatidsiclieniesof lands schemes schemesof chem es esof
of saving the surplus by defrauding the theveterrns tbeveteYfns theveterans
veterans out of their legal rights Those Thoseschemes Thoseschemea Thoseschemes
schemes of Clevelands first administration administrationstand adminlstratlonstand administrationstand
stand admitted by his last administration administrationto
to have been illegal because he did not re revive revive revive ¬
vive them during his second administra administration administration administralion ¬
tion and let them stand overruled and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried out the laws as decided by Hart Harrisons Harrlsons Hartsons ¬
sons administration in overruling Black BlackLoch DlackLocllren BlackLochren
Loch Locllren r en invented other unlawful schemesfor schemes schemesfor sehemesfor
for suppressing other laws which Black didnot did didnot didnot
not attack It was reserved for Evans dur during during doting ¬
ing the McKinley administration to revive revivemany revivemany revivemany
many of Blacks unlawful schemes which whichhad whichhad
had 11 ad laid dormant for eight years Is there thereany thereany thereany
any wonder that Evens should demand ofthe of ofthe 01the
the Commanderinchief of the G A R thatBlack that thatBlack thatDlack
Black be placed on the G A R pension pensioncommittee pensioncommittee pensioncommittee
committee in place of General SicklesThe Sickles SicklesThe SlcklesI
I The clipping felt called upon to offer ottersome offersome offersome
some apology We speak by the printed printedbooks printedbooks printedbooks
books in stating Blacks pension ieecord ieecordand record recordand recordand
and the subsequent course of the departmeat depart department departI
I ment mentIt mentIt meatIt
It was Clevelands first administration administrationthat administrationthat administrationthat
that introduced the juntos junto schemes scllC mes for forviolating forviolating forviolating
violating the pension laws It was Cleve Clevelands Clevelands Clevelands ¬
lands second administration that revived revivedthe revivedthe revivedthe
the tactics of his first but in new fields the thejunto thejunto thejunto
junto having been compelled to lieoff dur during during during ¬
ing Harrisons administration At the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning of Clevelands second administration administra administration administration ¬
tion the members of the junto in Congresswere Congress Congresswere Conirel8were
were for repealing or reducing the June Junelaw Junelaw Junelaw
law but the most knowing one ones nes of the thejunto thejnnto thejunto
junto said Leave that to Lochrtn he will willfix willfix willfix
fix that and he did didTo didTo didTo
To find the bent of Blacks Dlack mind on pen pensions penslons penatolls ¬
atolls turn to volumes 3 to 12 P D wherethe where wherethe wherethe
the history of Black Lochren and Bvans Rvansla Rvanslapartially is ispartially ispartially
partially portrayed but not half is i there therebecause tberebecause therebecause
because most of the unlawful work was wasdone wasdone wasdone
done in the bureau and the junto had its itsmembers Itsmember itsmember
member in Congress Congre as a Evan now has tostifle to tostifle tostifle
stifle any attempt at Congressional investi investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
gation The mere mention of a G A R Rinvestigation RI Rinvestigation
investigation is ridiculous The Evans G A AR AR AR
R pretended investigation spent three daysin days daysin daysin
I in shaking hands through the bureau hold boldlog holding holdlag
log receptions and being wined and dinedIt dined dinedIt dinedr
r It would take a Congressional Congre lonal committee awhole a awhole awhole
whole term of Congress when aided by a alarge aI
I large force of expert clerks to properly ex cxamine examine exI ¬
amine three or four hundred thousand thousandmedical thonHndmedical thousandmedical
I medical and legal adjudicationsEvans adjudications adjudicationsBvans adjudicationsRvans
Evans baa for the past yearandahalf yearandahalfbeen yearandallalfbeen year anda lialf lialfbeen
been preparing for concealing the extent of ofbis 01bls ofbis
bis medical frauds by his order for con concealing conceallnittbe ancealing ¬
cealing ceallnittbe the extent of the veterans disabili diabilif disabilities dlaablllties ¬
f ties an order of Hqwnot II Ifgw w not to do it See SeeGLOBS SeeOLOBS SeeOLoBE
GLOBS November 34 An investigationwould Investigation Investigationwould InveatlgatlonWiluld
would have to reach behind June 30 1900 Igoofor 1900for 1900for
for at least two years of work in order tol to tofully tofun
l fully fun understand the magnitude of Bvans Bvansand Ihanland Evsnand
and Hitchcocks crimes against the soldiers soldiersof eoldlercf soldiersof
of the Republic This shows how fast the thefraud thelrauclllal thefraud
fraud lrauclllal has grown until it has b become be e popu POP
lilt jar to t tmtprgtpct proUct it 1tou on u the e J floor floor o r of Congress CongressTilt CongreuJI
Tilt V JI is i teaveq av a that Bltek Gek ta t pWOIttd p1tt 4 has leavened leavenedthe leavenedUI leavenedthe
UI the whole lump See GiOM GioIof tOnoc of Decembern December Decembern
n II
IIIn In 3 P D you will ret a glimpse Ump of some someof someof ome omeof
of Blacks Dlackainyentjonl invention for reducing the laws lawsHis law lawIIlIlChemel lawsIII
III His IIlIlChemel schemes like Bvans n consisted of placlug plac placing placlu ¬
lug lu new limitations and restrictions restrictionson reltrictionon
on the laws law la Line of duty received anew a anew anew
new construction by which a soldierstruck Moldier Holdierstruck Moldierstruck
struck over ove the head with a saber sabersleeping sabersleeping
sleeping in his 111 buuk at night by a com comrade cointad ¬
rade tad who mistook him for another atwhom at atwhom
whom he bad a grudge was held uot to bein be bein beIn
in line of duty dut and not pensionable This Thisscheme Thllselleme Thisscheme
scheme was conceived to reject fifty thou thousand thouIIQne1 thousand ¬
sand claims during Blacks Blick four year All Allthese Allthese Allthese
these schemes of the juntos are framed by bypersons byperson bypersons
persons having an intimate acquaintance acquaintancewith acquaintancewith acquaintancewith
with the character and number of claim to tobe tobe tobe
be reached The legal rule is that to which whichHarrison wblchHarrison whichHarrison
Harrison returned via A Asoldier soldier injured injuredby injuredby injuredby
by a comrade Is pensionable if he wa was not notparticipating notparticlpatinK notparticlpatiugvoluntarily
particlpatiugvoluntarily participating voluntarily in the altercationscuffle altercation altercationscuffle altercationscuffle
scuffle accident or affair in which he re received reo reoceived received ¬
ceived the injury and was without fault onhis on onhis onIlls
his part Blacks scheme cut off also those thoseengaged thOieengaged thoseengaged
engaged in athletic sports sanctioned and encouragedforthebenefit en encouraged encouraged ¬
couraged couragedforthebenefit for the benefit of the army army Blackplaced Black Blackplaced Dlackplaced
placed artificial artlfi lal and illegal limitations on onpositive onpositive onpositive
positive laws of Congress and based these theselimitations theselimitations theselimitations
limitations on his own Utopian theories of ofimmunity ofImmunity ofimmunity
immunity from fromconditions accidents far beyond human humanconditions humanconditions
conditions and a soldiers life He Hethe placed placedthe placedthe
the soldier at hi his own risk when not fight fighting figbting fightlag ¬
ing or marching as though the soldier was wason wason wason
on a pleasure trip down South and not notthere nottbere notthere
there at Uncle Sams command This wa wahighly was washighlyapplauded
highly hhrhlyapplauded applauded by the juntoand regarded regardedas
a as just the thing to down the law At the thesame tbesame thesame
same time Black admitted inconsistentlythat inconsistently inconsistentlythat
that diseases contracted under the sameconditions same sameconditions samecondltlonll
conditions were pensionable Black was wasunconsciously WBIunconsciously wasunconsciously
unconsciously after the 50000 claims base baseon boeec1 boeec1on < < l lon
on accidents and it would not do to shut shutup sbu sbuup shut shutup
up shop entirely by cutting out all claims claimsas claimsas claimsas
as must have resulted by including disease diseasecontracted diHasecontracted diseasescontracted
contracted under like condition Black Blackbecame Blackbecame Blackbecame
became like Bvans simply the tool of the thejunto theJunto thejunto
junto but with less relish Evan triedvigorously tried triedvigorously triedvigorously
vigorously to get the McKinley administra administration administration ¬
tion to go the whole hog on all of Blacks Blacksschemes Dlaekssehemes Blacksschemes
schemes but Assistant Secretary Davis wo woable WH WHable wasable
able over Evans appeal to the Secretary Secretaryto
to stem the tide as a to injuries as above It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was thought by the junto that as Lochrendid Lochren Lochrendid Lochrendid
did not take to the schemeit would be over overdoing overdoing overdoing ¬
doing it itBvans ItRvan itEvans
Evans was however able to down As Assistant A AIIlstant Asistsnt ¬
sistant Secretary Davis DAvl on Blacks DlackllC1lemes DlackllC1lemesof schemes schemesof schemesof
of limiting the old law to diseases Of f whichthere which whichthere whichthere
there is i still extant a record or an army armysurgeon armysurgeon armysurgeon
surgeon still tll1tivlng living to testify to the disa disability disability discbihity ¬
bility in service servi e Not onetenth part of ofserious ofIIrlol1s ofserious
serious and permanent perm neut disabilities dl18blUtiellncurred dl18blUtiellncurredIn incurred incurredin
in service have that Lochren would not notreturn notreturn notreturn
return to Blacks scheme on that Evans BvansInduced EvansInducld Evansinduced
Induced one G A R cominanderinchief cominanderinchiefto
to support this infamous InfRmousaehette infatnoussehemeln scheme in a speechin speech speechin speechin
in which the commsnderinchlef charged chargedhis chargedhis chargedhis
his comradef with being moral wrecks wrecksInasmuch wrecksInas1l1uch wrecksInasmuch
Inasmuch as all claims so rejected have havemany llavemany havesunny
many different affidavits so ruled out the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of perjury was most ml > > t sweeping andinsulting and andinsulting andInsulllng
insulting coming from a commanderin commanderinchief commanderlnchief commanderinchief
chief chiefWhere chiefWbere chiefWhere
Where a junto rules there is no stability stabilityin
in law or legal rights It is i the same as an anabsolute anabsolute anabsolute
absolute despotismWhat despotism despotismWhat despotismWbat
What lawyer would fail to put Black off offa offa offa
a jury empaneled to try these same ques questions que quetions questions ¬
tions Was Wa Carnahan a member of the theThomas theThoma theThomas
Thomas Post of Indianapolis which last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year passed resolutions fully approving all allof aUof allof
of Bvan1 illegal doing in the bureau and anddeclaring an4dec1arlng anddeclaring
declaring that the administration of the thepension thepen thepension
pension pen lion department it satisfactory Ulfllct ry to them themIf melDIf themIf
If so 0 his hi selection may be accounted forWas for forWas lorWa
Was Wa Col Beach a member of the post in inPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia which took the same action as asthe althe asthe
the Thomas Post of Indianapolis These Theseare Tbeseare Theseare
are interesting questions which any lawyer lawyerin lawyerIn lawyerin
in the land would ask in making m klllg up a juryCommanderin jury juryCommnnderinChief JuryComnlnnderlnCl1ld
CommnnderinChief Commanderin Chief Torrence it is I up to toyou toyou toyou
you Read Anne and Gloster in King KingRichard KingRlcbard KingRichard
Richard III Substitute Cleveland for Glo GloBlack GtoDlack GloBlack
Black was a gallant soldier and wasgrievously was wasgrievously wasgrievously
grievously wounded in the arm He writes writeswith writeswith writeswith
with that hand but is pensioned at 100 permonth per permonth permonth
month as asa a physical wreck We find findmany findmany findmany
many high pensioners who are satisfiedwith satisfied satisfiedwith
with Evans course The error is in placing placingsuch placingsuch placingsuch
such men inea on the jury to try cases of those thosewhp tbosewhQ thosewhp
whp have been defrauded out of their theirlegal theirlegal theirlegal
legal rights Bias is a subtle influence influencetainting Influencetainting influencetainting
tainting the judgment judgmentSEABORD iudlrmentSEABORD judgmentSEABORD
r rGets
Gets It Good and Hnrd from a Disgusted DIs DIsjjufitetl DlsJustc1
gusted Patron PatronA A VeryProper Very VeryProper VeryProper
Proper Criticism CriticismWASHINGTON Crlt CriticismWAsiIiNaTON lolsm lolsmWAS1UNOTON
WASHINGTON D C C December D < < embtr 26 6 1901 1901Editor 90 90Editor oz ozEditor
Editor Sunday Globe GlvbtIndividuals GlobeIndividuals GlobeIndividuals
Individuals have no right that a corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion is boundto bound to respect Of all the corpo corporate corporate corporate ¬
rate bodies the railroad is the most grasp graping grasping grasping
ing and overbearing They they treat their pa patrons patrons patrons ¬
trons worse than they do the cattle they theyship theyship theyship
ship shipA shipAcase
A Acase case in point There is a railroad from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this city eityrunning running south known as the Seaboard Sea Seaboard Seaboard ¬
board Air Line or for short called the S ALIt A ALIt ALIt
LIt should read the Slow Always Latetrain Late Latetrain Latetroln
train I with my family of five left South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em n Pines in North Carolina to take theWashington the theWashington theWasll1ngton
Washington boat The S A A I L schedule schedulewhich schedulewhich schedulewhich
which I 1 enclose says that the train trainreaches tmlnreaches trainreaches
reaches Norfolk at 550 p m so as to en enable enable enable ¬
able passengers to make connection with withthe withthe withthe
the steamers running North I missed the theboats theboots theboats
boats by two hours My friend and his hisfamily hisfamily hisfamily
family from the same S nle place the next day daywas daywas daywas
was one hour and three quarters late and aparty a aparty Ilparty
party of seven from Hamlet a few miles milesfrom milesfrolD milesfrom
from Southern Pines the day after failed to tomake tomake tomake
make connectionall connection all ll because the train was wasa WASa wasa
a couple of hours behind time and it has hasbeen halbeen hasbeen
been late ever since last week and will willcontinue willcontinue willcontinue
continue late the trainmen say during the thewhole tbewbole thewhole
whole holiday because of the heavy travel travelduring travelduring travelduring
during Christmas times timesIt tim timIt time timeIt
It is I a very serious matter to dump the thepassengers thepaueurer thepassengers
passengers in asmall a small one horse town like likePortsmouth likePortemouth likePortsmouth
Portsmouth Va at night and compel them themto tbemt themto
to t hustle around for accommodations accomm datfonl until untilthe unUlthe untilthe
the next day How many passengers thisroad this thisroad thlllroad
road has driven to take this step cannot be beknown beknown beknown
known but it will run up to the hundreds hundredsIt
It entails on the passengers a loss ll > > s of time timeand timeand timeand
and an expenditure of several dollars for forhotel for110tel forhotel
hotel accommodation accommodationThe aecommodationThe accommodationThe
The The railroad dont care and the Northern Northernbound Northernbound Northernbound
bound travellers intending to take the 6 p pm pm pm
m Washington Washln ton boat or the 7 p m Baltimore Baltimoreboat Ik1ltlmoreboot Baltimoreboat
boat have to remain over in a provincial provincialtown provincialtown provincialtown
town all because the Christmas trade is isheavy Isbeavy isheavy
heavy heavyIt beavyIt heavyIt
It is an outrageous shame and batefaced batefacedrobbery heteIacedrobbery betsfacedrobbery
robbery robberyThere robberyThere robberyThiele
There is one consolation that in the endit end endit endIt
it will bankrupt the road for nobody who whoever whoever whoever
ever have been beelttrented treated so will ever buy aticket a aticket aticket
ticket again on that Slow and Always Late Lateline LatelIn Lateline
line lIn e
lineThese These eTl1eae are the simple aim pte facts but butthey they tll y couldnot could couldnot Couldnot
not be worse JOUK P BUMOK BUNSONtggs
1441 nth Street Streetn n w wD wDewey wDewey
D Dewey wey Mile and nd Schley still tlll hoW thei theiown their theirown theirown
own in the affections of the people pe le with withRoosevelt withRQOjIevelt withRoosevelt
Roosevelt Lotigaud Root Rootand and thats tllatno no lie
But Rosalie Found a ail FewThings Few FewThings FewThin
Things Thin s to Write WriteTHE Write WriteTHE WriteTHE
Tliosq Who ho Support Them ThemQueer ThemQueerContrasts lIIIrtQC lIIIrtQCContrnsts Queer QueerContrasts
Contrasts In Human nature U JIX 11xg zi zip1 ni nipllflod I t tpll
pllflod pll p1 I ctlFuncral Funeral Flowers IlloworsnutfOqJi IlloworsnutfOqJiIootlon auUi Cql Cqlloot 0414 0414lootionsDr
loot Iootlon lootionsDr ions slJr Dr McKlms I 1IscdttreGy 1IscdttreGy1VitIi > lsa0ur8 lsa0ur8With lsQ tlr i iVlth
With aPow a l1ow Pertinent CainuiantS ComtnpntSThe CainuiantSThe CommpntsJ
J I Irhe
The Christmas icrman sermon delivered bv b bp > 11 11Dr IlgtDr llepf llepfDr
Dr MoKim at the Church of th the HMl HMlany Jpfvth Jpfvthany Ilpi f fany < >
any while not remarkable for brilliancy brilliancynrrglnelity brl11lart t o0 o0nrrginality I IIIrrglnallty
nrrglnelity was an earnest earn 1st discussion m mthat sit sitthat t tthat
that ever new old story of the Natlyttj Natlyttjthat Natvn Natvnthat Nattvltythat
that revolution in the minds lieortiitfU lieortiitfUsouls heart ttltjsouls Jf Jfsouls
souls of men and the pivot upon wlfflSIt wlfflSItbegan wlitphbegan VJmtTlbegan
began to turn a new march of progress pro roH tllSt tllSthas tha thabas thtathas
has slowly continued until today talk talkas tu1l tu1las talkmaycynics
as they th y may maycynics cynics and weraisin atheists And Andneither 11nllneither
neither ysympatt sympathy nor followers in Inlut Inlutficlent suf sufficient t f ¬
ficient number to make any an neireue impress rmaioonne dose upi8 uptftit uptftittheir l1 lJ lJtheir
their their generationSome generation generationSome generationSome
Some years ago when Dr McKim was wasrector w wrector gatrector
rector of Trinity Church New Orleans Qrltanfhi Orleanshis Orleanshis
hi his able discussions thrilled my heart and andfired anllfired andfired
fired me to a religious enthusiasm it hasbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been impossible to experience in lateryears later lateryears lateryears
years yearsWhy yearsWhy yearsWhy
Why i is it that the beautiful truths of ofphilosophy orphilosophyof ofphilosophyof
philosophy philosophyof of science of religion appeal appealsq
sq readily to young mind incapable o oundetstanding ot otunderltanding ofunderstanding
understanding anything but their powerand power powernd powerand
and nd beauty and when these same young youpgminds young1minds youngminds
minds mature the same truths arouse cu curiosity eurl06lty curioeity ¬
riosity interest even pussled thought but buthow buthow buthow
how rare do they strike home tome with til tilfull tllfull this thisfull
full power of conviction the Babe of B Beth BeUIlehetn Bethlelient th thlehem
lehem meant they should shouldIn fll1ouldIn shouldIn
In this thi connection I must tell a joke ou oumyself 011myflllf onmyself
myself which is I too good to keep Up at atour atour atour
our office and It its a thing I expect to havemore have havemore Ilaesuore
more to say about another time there is I a acustom Itcustom acustom
custom in vogue of having a pet theory orcharity or orcharity orchrirfty
charity aired by a canvass for subscrip subscriptions lubcrlptlons subscriptions ¬
tions to tills causeThe cause causeThe canlleThe
The suuseription is i always for a worthypurpose worthy worthypurpose wortbypurpOle
purpose and no common everyday everydayclerk everydayclerk everydayclerk
clerk is selected to take up the quarter all allthe allthe allthe
the others are supposed to be so eager topay to topay topay
pay over but one is selected who will be besure besure besure
sure to impress i pre the fellow fellowworkerswitli worker with the theimportance theImportance theimportance
importance of contributing and the factthat fact factthat factthat
that any monies withheld would react unfavorably un unfavorably unfavorably ¬
favorably upon the lean and hungry hungryCasaius hungryCalu hungryCassius
Casaius who dared to either say h he had no nomoney noUlon nomoney
money Ulon to pare or honor of horrors wasnot was wasnot waanot
not in sympathy with the CauseRecently Cause CauseRecently CauHRecently
Recently a faithful watchman died dledtbe dledtbeHme diedtheseine the thesame
same one in fact about whom I wrote In mthis Inthis inthis
this column sometime agowhn ago whin attentionwas attention attentionwas attentionwas
was called to his peculiar habit of drumming drummingon
on the table with his pencil by which whichsome whichIOme whichsome
some of the clerks gotinto the habit of oflistening oflItenln oflistening
listening lItenln to his hi pencil and telling te11ill time of ofday ofda ofday
day da thereby Well a subscription wa wataken wu wutaken wastaken
taken up see per to to buy bu flowers for thefuneral the thefuneral tilefuneral
funeral This was wa all right if iltbe the clerks had baddesired haddesired lla4desired
desired voluntarily tp t be a concentrated concentratedand concentratedaud concentratedand
and flowery flower expression of Brief at age a apiece apiece apiece
piece but when it became as 1t U lurel surely did didwith didwithwaQY didwith
withwaQY with many people Mole a matter of ofJ policy > Jiq wethanks toe toethinks naethinktJle
thinks thinktJle the flowers Qwttr must have l last t theirsweetness their theirsweetness tl1eirIweetneu
sweetness and the concentration concentrationwasevapo concentrationwasevaporated was evapo evaporated evaporated ¬
rated into thin air The best part of it was wasthat wuthat wasthat
that 600 was wa left which the matron re reported reo reoported reported
ported as turned over to the widow widowDoubtless widowDoubtless I IDoubtlls
Doubtless my motive in writing this thl socountwill ac account ac account ¬
count countwill will be misjudged misjudgedbut but lean I can stand the thepressure thepressure thepressure
pressure pressure knowing whereof I speak and andthe aJidtbe mudthe
the purity of the motives actuating ate titethereto IIletbereto atethereto
thereto theretoi
i But about the joke on meLast me meLast meLast
Last week a young lady came aroundsaying around aroundsaying aroundsaying
saying she represented the Methodist MethodistForeign MeUrodigtItllrelsn MethoditIrorelgn
Foreign Missionary Society or something somethingof
of that kind and was selling peanuts at ten tencents tencents tencents
cents a bag to raise money enough to keep keepthe keeptbe keepthe
the Chinese from wasting too much Insettlement in insettlement insettlement
settlement of their long list of cruelties crueltiesto crueltiesto l lto
to their own race She wanted to knowfirst know knowfirst knowfirst
first if I loved peanuts second if I loved lovedmissionaries lovedmls lovedmissionaries
missionaries mls lonarles third if I loved lovedpeanuts peanuts and andmissionaries andmissionaries andmissionaries
missionaries sufficiently well to give tencents ten tencents tencents
cents to the cause I did not and said saidso saidso saidso
so very plainly However ten cents was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given to her for the peanuts which I inwardly in inwardly Inwardly ¬
wardly resolved to feed to the Innocents Innocentswho Innocentswho Innocentswho
who had not yet been tainted with that thatbugaboo thatbugabooForZH thatbugabooForeign
bugaboo bugabooForZH Foreign Missions with the hopethat hope hopethat hopetbat
that wHen eating them the tender babeswould babes babeswould hebeswould
would imbibe a love for Home A fissions ilfintONlnot Missionsnot fissionsnot
not necessarily to the exclusion of foreign foreignmissions forelmtnlHlons foreignmissions
missions but first and in front of all other othercharities othercharities othercharities
charities to 0 which they might give their theirattention theirattesttlon theirattention
attention I told her something of this thishaving thishaving thishaving
having a fiveyearold son myself and andadded andadded andadded
added that Harry would not know anything anythingabout anythingabout anythingabout
about foreigners and would enjoy thepeanuts the thepeanuts thepeanuts
peanuts She wa was very honest and assured assuredme assuredme assuredme
me the dime certainly would be given to tothe totbe tothe
the cause of foreign missions missionsand and when whenit wIlenit whenit
it was finally paid over doubtless my name namewent namewent namewent
went on the record as one who had bec be bean beanconverted n nconverted nconverted
converted convertedThen convertedThen convertedThen
Then to turn the tables I mentioned mentionedin
in a note to her next day that a simpleentertainment simple simpleentertainment simpleentertainment
entertainment was planned to be given givenat givenat
at the place I call home the admission feeto fee feeto feeto
to be ten cent and proceeds to be donated donatedto
to the Bruen Home for little waifs and andday IIndday andday
day nursery for children of mothers who whoare whoare whoare
are breadwinners and she he was invitedforthwith invited invitedforthwith Invitedforthwith
forthwith to name someone who would be bewilling Hwilling bewilling
willing to sell tickets To this Inform inforpiation information Informtlon ¬
tion the polite reply was sent that she shewould ebewould ehewould
would see me later that is i liar meg mtsage mlt mlttIlle megsage
sage age Of course she never did M na tat tatat tileat useat
at all and nd I knew she would net Hotthat that te fdto teto Ieto
to say she be did not do so voluntarily voluntarll butwhen but butwhen 9utwJlen
when I took occasion next day da to tell her herthat Jaerthat herthat
that the superintendent of Bruen Homeadvised Home Homeadvised RORIeadvl
advised advl ed me not togive to give the proposed en entertainment eater astertainment ¬
tertainment ter inment in their behalf M the tll manage management manage mattapment managemeut ¬
ment was opposed to raising money in inthis If Iftlll inthis
this tlll way she be was profuse in apologies of ofhow 01how ofbow
how other and more important matters hadclaimed had hadclaimed 1sadclaimed
claimed her attention and made it im impossible hupOlllible finpossible ¬
possible for her to remember her offer oft r tosee to tosee tosee
see me about the home mission missionAnd mlNloUAnd missiouAnd
And so it goes My experience has IMSbeen h hbeen hasbeen
been that this is the mental attitude of ofmost ofmost ofmost
most yeople peoplewho who go go in for foreign missions missionsalthough mls missionsalthough lotls lotlsaltbough
although I know it to be a fact that thereare there thereare thcreare
are many good true people who believe it itincumbent ItIncumbent itincumbent
incumbent uponthem npon t1lem to deny den themselves themselvesevery themHlveleverv themselvesevery
every luxury luxuryand and their children the ne necessitie necessltleolllfe hecessitieeof
cessitieeof cessitie cessltleolllfe of life in orderto order to be able to put puta
a fewdollars few dollars annually in the plate when it itis itIs itis
is pasted around for foreign miMiona miMionaBut misslonsBut I
But I gave the entertainment simply simplyomitting eiwplyomitting hsplyotulltlng
omitting the ten cents at the dear de et We Weall Weall
all enjoyed it it The program wa wu gqntpoted gqntpotedchiefly dgmposedchiefly quPOtedctJdefiy I
chiefly of Juvenile Juveniletalentandxehlt talent and naJIlmCtJlor Jtfafl Cawior CawiorIn I IIn
In my next letter I shall han tett tell ltHettllting ltHettlltingabout wm lhrng lhrngboat hsr I Iabottt
boat how pleasant and vntutftiftf vntutftiftfNew t1terr th4 the theNew e eNew
New York State Republican Gittbol Gittbolng 0I1t Or q qngtou w wngtou
ng ngtou ton can be and how IOW Wit C Conner Connerits C Cit t1 tar tarits r rIts
its president although ft aI astrengI ttranpTJnlaa 8I1Id nlgnusia u1I MM
URrt 4 1t John Connor his brother can be be1I1 a aWhole atfllele I
Whole 1I1 program in themselves to say notlt notltteg
liar Of Wm Westcot the gifted comicsinger comic comicsinger comiceItJIe
singer who was WI introduced as Washing ¬
tons favorite I wonder if they meant to toWftr toW torifer
rifer W to the sainted GeorgeROIALx George GeorgeROSALIE GeorweROSALIa
OH RETIRE HIMThe HIM nI 11111e 11111The H HSecretary
The Secretary of Agriculture Agricultureand Agricultureana AgricultureI
I S and His RecordIOWA Record RecordIOWA RecordMEN
JLud iJtUI iJ tUI a Critical Crltl nl Itcviow novla or tho Agrl Agrloulturnl Arlt1Jtl1 Agrin
n oulturnl t1Jtl1 nl Uopartmont Department JQIIRrtnC nt Under thetlVilsnn the thelijwilsnii
41 lijwilsnii WJlon Pninlly IJmn llannilyaNamcs 1I Names National NntlonallOfficial Nn National4tlosiu5itlo tlonnll
4tlosiu5itlo tI08 Inshlc Official Q01 ll1l t DIshoH Up9omo Up UpSome
Some Cloudy Uecords ltpcardsIt n UecordsIt cordll cordllIt
It is not the fact of Ooveriiqr Shaw enter enterng entertl1g s sbut
tl1g ng the l Cabinet thts thtsa that a will retire James JamesWilson JameaWl1son
Wilson s n but bu tfatts facts footsl that even Preslden Roose RooseVtlt RooseY1t as e
Vtlt must g rteogttixe rtHtw Mr AtryS Alry511s Alry511ssixtysix Wilson ilssrrat on is ais a Scotch Scotchlj8n ScotchWall milt
Wall by birth he is now ISO dxt sixtysix years yearsix old oldvery oldery oldgten
y very ery hard and thick headedf headed Ht I iHe is son crest one of ofUia fond
f Uia i is few Cabinet members who have cm cmfljoyedtwo eu tutloyeed
fljoyedtwo loyeed 10 two of his own son sons this has had5Ieffect had
ftsi 5Ieffect l effect lTect even in Iowa The state of Iowatoo Iowa lownIs
Is too well represented at the National NationalCnpltol NationalCnpltol
Cnpltol CnpltolH Cnpltolnen Capitollien
lien H n John Henry Gear American Kt KtpubHcan UeJHl11fe Replblican
JHl11fe pubHcan plblicanHon n
Hon William Boyd Allison American AmericanRepublican AmerlcatlRepnbllcan AmericanSepnblican
Republican RepublicanHon RepnbllcanJIon SepnblicanHon
Hon Thomas Hedge American Repub Kepubit RepubItn
it dean ItnIon deanHon tan tanHon
Hon Ion Joseph R Lane American Repubhiasu Repub Republican RepubU RepublIon ¬
hiasuHon lican licanHon U
Hon David Bremner Henderson Scotch Scotchman Scotchmalt Scotchmaa ¬
man Republican RepublicanHon Republican1I0n Republicanlion
Hon Gilbert N Haugen American RepubUcan Re Republican ReptlbUcan ¬
publican pubUcanHon publicanHon ptlbUcanHon
Hon Robert G Cousins American Republican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican publicanHon publicanHon publicanHon
Hon John Fletcher Lacey American Republican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican publicanHon publicanlIon publicanlion
lIon John A T Hull American Repubhiesu Repub Republican Rtpub1In ¬
lican licanHon 1InlIoli hiesuIIon
Hon William Petey Pete Henipburn Ameri American American American ¬
can Republican RepublicanHon RepublicanlIon Republicanlion
lIon Smith McPherson American Re Republican lolepublican Republican ¬
publican publicanHon publicannon publicanlion
Hon Jonathan P Deliver Doli American Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican publicanHon publicanIton publicanHon
Hon LotThiouiasAmerican Lot Thonia American Republican RepublicanJames RepublicanJames RepublicanJames
James Wilso Secretary of Agriculture AgricultureScotchman AlrlcultureScotduaalt AgricultureSeotehmatt
Scotchman Republican RepublicanGovernor RepublicanGoMfnor RepublicanGovernor
Governor Shaw elect Secretary of Tress Treasury TreuU1 Tressury ¬
ury U1 Republican RepublicanFigurts Repl1blluFlgurel RepnbitetttbFigure
Figure byway by way of comparison cOIU rilon always alwaysItast alwayshue alwaysbase
hue a bttttr l tttt opinion than most anything anythingels anythingel anythingelse
els el else Otvarntr Qv rusr r Shaw makes mak fifteen repre represftntatfikiM repreItitt1itJl1IlU representatijh
sftntatfikiM Ititt1itJl1IlU Itptn the state st of Iowa all Re Repilbllcans ReptibUus Repttbljoms
pilbllcans in an editorial of the Star Iowaii Iowa Iowais IowaI
is I compared cef 1 arM with NtV York which isfoolish is isftollstt
foolish 11111 In the extreme a New York state statetap statelirtylour state140IUirtytour
tap 140IUirtytour tbirtyfour lirtylour ruprtstntatives here in theSenate the theS theStinatand
S Stinatand Senate tiate and House So only eighteen of thatnutoberbeing that thatnumber tbatUluaber
number nutoberbeing being Republicans So in theeplaion tb tbopinion the thehdon
opinion hdon of many somebody from Iowaeaght Iowa Iowapgfct Iowag
eaght pgfct g t to go 0 Wilson II about the easiest easieston easietane easiestcite
cite on to tt > remove a u there are grave charges chargeschecked clafEe clafEeclteeked chargeschecked
checked up gainst hi Ida name nameAmbassadorship name4utbaaOfSllpe namellmbaseadoeshipe
Ambassadorship gaint New York i ifonlplay ifoJl1play is isfoslphiy
fonlplay M they art out of this Uti country countryand coUISlrya countryaad
and a d have YC not the many wires at their corn cornman comai cemmsti
man ai that a cabinet member has ba Again Againshortly Againshortly Againshortly
shortly After ner the new year when an investigtion inves investigation invetlCtlon ¬
tigation it called for will the Secretary Secretaryof
of Agriculture face the music or retireWill retire retireWill retireWI11
Will Senators Allison and Gear still stillinsist ltlllinsist stillinsist
insist that Andrew Gedds be retained re retained retained ¬
tained as chief clerk Will Speaker Hen Henderson HendersQu Hendemon ¬
demon still insist the one Andrew Geddes Geddesbe Geddesbe Geddesbe
be given a pension enllon Let it be said of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas B Reed exSpeaker ex Speaker of the House Houseof Houseof houseof
of Representatives that no such charge as asthe astbe asthe
the Geddes case can ever be laid at his door doorDavid doorDavid doorDavid
David B Henderson tried often to get the thespeakers thespeakers thespeakers
speakers ear on that subject but he failed failedas
as he should have done so then he tried triedsending triedsending triedsending
sending others but old Thomas B shut shutthem shutthem shutthem
them off so short that no one ever tried itasecond ita itasecond Itasecond
second time but Henderson the present presentspeaker presentspeaker presentspeaker
speaker and about one other knows what whatfollowed whatfollowed whatfollowed
followed Not until the last day and theelevgnth the theeleventh theelevtjnth
eleventh hour was was Geddess bill brought broughtbefore broughtbefore broughtbefore
before the House In the reading readln of the thewhole tbewhole thewhole
whole bill the name Andrew Geddes was wasmentioned Was Wasmentloned wasmentioned
mentioned once and only once Why Vhy was wasthis wasthis wasthis
this Because if it had been mentioned mentionedsomebody mentionedomebody mentionedsomebody
somebody would have defeated the billsleepy bill billsleepy billsleepy
sleepy as they all were wereNow wereNow wereNow
Now in the face of this bodily protection protectionof
of Speaker Henderson Secretary WilsonSenator Wilson WilsonSenator WilsonSenator
Senator Allison for Andrew Geddes will willthey willtheybe willtheyie
they theybe be willing to still back Geddls on an aninvestigation anInv aninve
investigation Inv inve tlgRtlon Secretary Wilson Wilonhas has placed placedhimself placedhim placedhimself
him himself himself lC in rather a grave position in theeyes the theeyes theeyes
eyes of the public despite what the Wash Washington WabIngtcn Washington ¬
ington Star may say to the contrary There Thereare Thereare Titersare
are other newspapers as well as men that thatdo totdo thatdo
do nqt like to hear the truthIf truth truthIf truthIf
If it is a fact that a 1 certain employe of the thedepartment thedepatment thedepartment
department has been writing articles forthe for forthe forthe
the papers ppers to the effect that Secretary Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son will Ul remain at tile bead of the Depart Department Departmentof Departmeat ¬
meat mentof of Agriculture then it is a sure sign signthat signthat signthat
that something is doing Secretary Wilson Wilsonis
is a very very poor man and at his age it would wouldno wouhlno wouldno
no doubt be hard for him to get anotherpaying another anotherpaying anotherpaying
paying position but that should have b < < been beenconsidered bee beecOI11lt1ered beesconsidered
considered some time tinl ago Let us hope hopesomething hopeSOUletldng hopesomethting
something can be found for him in some someone lIomeone sonie sonieone
one of1 our new possessions anything isbetter is isbetter 11betlet
better than going goingbaek back to Iowa IowaINSIDE IowaiNsuna
Charles Chnr s P Ii W V Neely Is to Be Put on onTrlnl 011rlnlfor onDrin1
Trlnl Drin1 rlnlfor for Iootlnj Lootbogtlto llio bo CubanPostal Cuban CubanIostul OubnnIostal
Postal Department DepartmentChtirf I llepartntontChtif > 81Iartmontb
Chtirf b Postoffice Post office Inspector W K Coch Cochrsn Coc CocranlttIIOmJl8nied Cochran
ran ranlttIIOmJl8nied awompanied by bya a large lIumbetof number of post JOetoffice postoffice postoffice
office iupestors left Washington yttttrdayfor yttttrday
for Havana I csna to be present at the trial of ofClmrfos ofCharta ofCharles
Charta P W Neely former chief olde of f theburequef the thebureau theburetutf
buretutf bureau ef Ananceof finance of the department of post postof pat POfItof patof
of Cuba CU which will begin January 2 Theparty The Theparty Theparty
party consist of Col W T Sullivan inspecterin in inspector inspectedn ¬
spectedn spector In charge of the Denver division divisionJolm divisionohn divisionJohn
John ohn D King in charge of the Spokane division di division dlvi ¬
vision vi iolt Capt William B Smith in charge chargeof
of tilt Washington district and Inspectors InspectorsA
A R R1f Halraea lme W T Fletcher W R R Keyes KeyesM
l M Hamilton John C Coates and C M MWatafc MWat MWatt
Wat WattMessrs Watt WatafcMtjMr iI iIMr
MtjMr Cochran King and Coatts Coat con conveyed conV conveyed ¬
V veyed ye4 Nitly Ne1 from Rochester to New York Yorkafter Yorkaftedtia Yorkafrertis
aftedtia after hia arrest in the former city Mr King Kingbeing KID KIDbd Kingbeing
being bd being at that time in chare et t the New Ntworlc Newor Newor
or orlc i t Htet p01 r the inspectors Inlpeetorsiiwr burflBU l u Mr IafrSull MrSullna MrSU1B
Sullna Sull a ap iPi Ma stationed tatlo ed in Cuba beforeNee before Mfore1Iee beforeJeeV
Nee JeeV lwB rtled ed d shortage wa wH dhcovtred dhcovtredand dfcoeeredand SIcomedand
and SU1B JBtoMnton II Water Ktyt Xe aixl a Smith SmithweniluMrc Bulth Bulthwe Smithwe
weniluMrc we after the discovery disf Holmes Holmesand lohe loheand hlolmesand
and SuitlJt tUunde Ill made inveatigatiwia inve8tpU for I the tle depsrtsteut de department de ¬
partment pr tU = l ha Ohio and Indiana Indiau Indiauf
Made MadeThem Them Loquacious Loquacous and andth andtb andthey
th they tb < jy y Talked to the Globe GlobeAN GJobeaAN GlobeAN
And Altl xipftfidy Idy on Mrs 11 Houlne UOIJn Huskies HuskiesSacn DWhcs DWhcsS UasHlesStral
S Sacn Stral lJ Other Matters Uater Thproii Thoroughly ThoroughlyDfsfluSsflil Thorully ThorullynrStSoO hiIy hiIy11Chu
DfsfluSsflil nrStSoO 11Chu sett Including InQhulnJ Miss 1 Estops Bstops1airXUry Estopsltaij EstolSPnJ
ltaij PnJ 1airXUry > > SfQry Stqry of Iranklln rankJn Park ParkA larkAUur ParkARural A AIturaiilrcOUollvery
IturaiilrcOUollvery Uur Rural l1rc lPrecUollvory Uulvory Victor Iutor Whomlaid Whomnls Whom WhomIlls
Ills Hallow 4J Wninimars Drlmmor Want Im Immorfr 1m 1minortall7ol ImrnortulZUtl
inortall7ol morfr rnortulZUtl Qtl Kto Ilto Etc Eto Etoi Etce
I liked your comments c eeunuont m lent on the Dyren Dyrenforth Dyrn Dyrnforth Dyrenforth
forth divorce ttvore cafe cfe Mr ll Globemon said sid a astreet astreet astreet
street evangelist evnnleUst of the tbe GLOHBS acquaint acquaintance acquntssacs
anceIn In wha wll what particular prtcular respect respectWell rpectl rpectlWSl respectlV11
Well WSl in raftrenee rterenee to the subject ofmixed of ofmixed ofmied
mied mixed marrfogts narrjge There Thlre is i t nothing notllll that thatlies thatlies thatthe
lies e so deep in the l convictions of the l soul soulas soulaloneS
as aloneS ase ones one S religion After Afe the tle glamor gmor g gor of love loveor loveor
or passion PRMoi wear weR off early eerl training tralnin and stdcouvlctions andconvictions ld ldcouYctknl
convictions couYctknl in 11 matters mUer of religion rlfo assert uet uetthemselvc assertthenrselvea t
themselves themselvc and there ther i is bound to b M tin tinhappiness unhappiness
happiness lapplneH or misunderstanding which will willlead wi willlead
lead lld to unhappiness unllPplne I have known num numbers numbers nuntben ¬
bers of cases CiS of the kind and they all al turn turnout tumout turnout
out the same sme wayHow way wayHow I IUow
How is that thatWhy thatP thatPWhv thatWhy
Why the Protestant end of the firm frm of ofman ofman ofluau
man and woman applies apple for divorce divore and the theCatholic theCatho1c theCatholic
Catholic Catho1c cud fights the decreeYes decree decreeYes deee deeeYe
Yes Ye but the GLens GLB has llls shown the thereverse tle tlerenn thereverse
reverse renn iu the Church divorce diorce case in its itsprison Itaprln itsprison
prison prln papers ppeR It was WA the Catholic Catholc Mrs MrChurch MrsChurch 11 11Churll
Churll Church who applied for divorce divore and n1 the theProtestant theProtestnt thisProtestant
Protestant Protestnt Colonel Church fought it I to afinish a afinish 1
finish finishAh fnlsll
Ah that tht was wa an exceptional exceptonal case CI I remember re remember re ¬
member reading it in your prison pran paper paperwhich plR plRwhich paperwhich
which I am free to tell tel you are the aeceptable accep acceptable aeeeptabte ¬
table feature of the GLOBK GLB to myself my l and andfamily andflniy andfamily
family flniy We are ar all deeply interested interCtet in inthem il inthem
them and marvel marel how your editor edior went wentthrough wentthrough wentthrough
through the terrible terible ordeal without wihot having havingto lavinc lavincto
to succumb sucumb Bat Bit about this divorce busi business bUllnell business ¬
ness nell have hae you noticed notced the daily laiy papers paper the thepast thelat thepast
past lat week weekYes weekYe weekYes
Yes Ye read them Uem all allThen al allThen
Then you must have aY noticed the tle columns columnsof columnof
of petitioners petitoner for divorce Is I it i not awful awfuljust awfulJUlt awfuljust
just at thi thi this Christmas Chrtt1 time tme to read red of such suchlists suchlists uch uchlstl
lists lstl of men and woman seeking separation separationand separationand eparaton eparatonand
and in many of the esses case no doubt doubt for the thepurpose nlepurpos thepurpose
purpose purpos of marrying Inarring somebody somaody else who whohave whobave whohave
have caught eaugb their fancy While Whie I am the theantithesis theantthlilof theantithtesis
antithesis antthlilof of a Catholic Catbolc I must admire and andadmit andadmi andadmit
admit admi the rule of that church against di divorce dtvore dlvoice ¬
voice vore It I is il the strongest bulwark blwrk of so society so soefetythis 0 0cletythl ¬
efetythis cletythl ciety this Catholic Ctholc opposition to divorce divorceand divorceand divorceand
and as a such has ha made Remit Rme the th greatand greatanduniversal greatanduniversal rtai rtaiuniversat
universal church It is and the favorite tavote of ofwomen ofwomen ofwomen
women And the streetevangeltst steetevHtUlt entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredSite
the mission to pray praySaid praySid praySeid
Said Sid a 1 well welllusowtl known traveling trnlnc man to the theGLOBE theGLal theGLoas
GLOBE GLal Put Pt thi thi this in your paper It I is a a aworthy aortl aworthy
worthy ortl tribute trhute to one of my profeah who whohas whoha whohas
has ha downed pretty nearly one half hl the thestate theHte thestateof
state Hte stateof of New Jersey Jery in the matter of a Rural RuralFret RuralPee RuralPree
Fret Pee Delivery DeUver route Itte The e GLOBE herewith here herewith herewith ¬
with obliges oWl the profssk or o the t dram dramniera drul drultuet drainmere
niera tuet mere craft cf and give IY it space p a 1 as fAllow fellowThis fAllowTh f low lowThe
Th The old saying 18lf that tba patience pUenc and an perse perseverence p perceverence re reverenee
verence overcomes ovenule all obstacles obtacJe was wa ad admiraoly admlraDly admirsoty
miraoly exemplified eemplfied during durilg the past week weekby weekby
by the theacton action of one of the departments in ina ina ina
a case which has come to our knowledge knowledgeand knowledgeand knowledgeand
and materially maternly affects affetl the welfare and andhappiness andhappinesl andhappiness
happiness of a good goo old friends frend of ours oursMany our ourMany orsMany
Many moons loons ago this friend came cme to toWashington toW toWashington
Washington W shlugton with wih a petition petton representing representinghonesty representng representnghonesty representinghonesty
honesty in every sense of the word and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which merely asked for privileges prvileges gratui gratuitously gratultously gratuitously ¬
tously distributed by the government goverment and andhe andhe andhe
he hardly dreamed of the furore his action actioncreated actioncreated actioncreated
created at his home until unti confronted withthe with withthe wih wihthe
the cold facts in the case A socalled so called petitiotrofremonstrancerepresenting peti petition petiton ¬
tion ton tiotrofremonstrancerepresenting of remonstrance representing renresentng quantity quantityinstead quantty quanttyInstead quantityinstead
instead of quality qualty was sent on to the tie de department department depattment ¬
partment to head off petition pettion No NO1 NO1Throuih t tThrough tThrough
Through the the tle efforts of some political poltcal maggots mag maggots maggots ¬
gots the wishywashy Congressman from fromthat irotuthat Iromthat
that district distrct who parts his hair in the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle and shows show to his friends frends here lere other otherevidences otler otlerevi otterevidences
evidences evi ences of incipient Incpient paresis was easily easilyarrayed easiy easiyarryel1 easilyarrayed
arrayed arryel1 against petition No i and our ourfriends ourfriends ourfriends
friends plans and the prayer of his peti petitioner petietloner petitioner ¬
tioner were seriously serously and outrageously de delayed delayed delayed ¬
layed and had the work been in the handsof hands handsof handaof
of a less earnest and determined person the theproject theproject theproject
project would have received its death blowfrom blow blowfrom blowfrom
from the causes we have named But Butthese Butthese ut utthese
these obstructions obtructon only spurred spured on our ourfriend ourfriend ourfriend
friend to renewed exertions and a determi determination determlnation determination ¬
nation to achieve achiee the original originl object of pe petitlon pettOI petition
titlon ttOI No NO1 i and hit hi supporters may well wellfeel wel wellfeel
feel proud of the able a le and furies fare mannerin manner mannerin mannerIn
in which he has ha I served Mred them and upon upn his hisreturn hisreturn hisreturn
return to his home with wih victory victor stamped stampedupon stampedupon tampedupon
upon his hi radiant forehead may they all al ex exclaim excr cxcraim ¬
claim cr im with one accord Well done thou thougood thougood thougood
good and faithful servant serant enter thou into intothe Intothe intothe
the enjoymenrof enjoyment enjoymentof of our olr respect repect and confidenceforevermore confidence confidenceforevermore confdenC
forevermore forevermoreYou forevermoreVou forevermoreYou
You ought to be b a sleuth said sid an ex excopper excopper excopper
copper to the GLOBE last night nightWhy night nightWell
Why WhyWell VhyWell
Well you remember telling me the themorning themoring themorning
morning moring It was w announced announce that Miss 1is Bstep Bstepwas nstepwas lletepwas
was reported assaulted Rlsulted in Franklin Park Prk in inthe inthe Inthe
the early erly morning moning that the tle thing was a ahoax ahox ahoax
hoax hoaxYe hox
Ye YeThe YeThe Yes YesThe
The reasons eMo a you 01 assigned aMigJed at the time timetickled tme tmetickled timetickled
tickled me so 1 much luch that I teld them to my mywife mywie mywife
wife wie and she slapped slPld my face but laugh laughingly laughInlly laughingly ¬
ingly admitted they the were correct crect Do D yourecall you yourecall yourecal
recall recal them themWell tbeuIWel themWell
Well Wel yes yesThat ye s sThat I IThat
That a man would be prowling PfoluW around in inthe inlle inthe
the lle park prk in il the early rllmmln morning when it I was wascold w wcold wascold
cold enough enoub to freeze ffd a bras br monkey and andthat aadthat andthat
that such uch an individual Individul ought o cbt to be placed placedin pla
in a dime diUe museum if I Mis MI Min Bateps ntep story watrue wa watrue w wtrue
true of his attempt atempt to criminally cnd ly assault assaulther assaulther ul
her You also ala said that Mia MI Bsteps Bep story storywas atorywa storywas
was wa an unconscious Ultonllous tribute to her hr virtue virtu asit as asit a ait
it bespoke blpke her entire ignorance Ipolnc of the thesexual thesul
sexual sul limitations UmlttO of the male Now NoW it itturn ittum itturns
turns turn tum out that tat yon yo were correct crect Miss MissXstap Ml MissBitep
Xstap tep says the whole thingwa thing1 thlngwl wa a hoax hox and andSylvester andSylvete andSylvester
Sylvester Sylvete is wrathy Of course cur he ought oughtnot oughtnot oughtnot
not to have hv paid any attention to t such lok afairy a afairy alalry
fairy story stoy and the excopper excppe laughed laughedIf he heI
If I I wa was Mrs Mr Bonine I would wuk prefer pee tolive to tolive toUn
live In any other othe portion prthln of the earth than thanhere thanbere thanhere
here in Washington Wahinrton Mid ald a lady ladyWhy ladyVh ladyWhy
Why WhyWhy WhyWhy Vh VhWhy
Why Now you know k1 she be killed killedAyrcs killedAyres led ledAy
Ayres Ay Sh Sbe < admit aal it it Writ there Uere willalways will willalways wi
always alwy be b b a division diYon of opinion iu a to thetruth the thetruth tbetruth
truth or falsity fllt of t htr Gp rMon N res on for killing killinghim kllll kllllhim killinghim
him notwithstnndhip notwittMUttdiBfOlM lIotwib > the h verdict Yrdc of o the thejnry tbejury thejury
jury The woman Wo cannot o leave I her housewithout house housewithout houaewiholt
without wiholt being bia followed lo10w and if i she be enters a astore atoe astory
store toe clerks and ad ctutottMra 111 gather around aroundher aroulldber aroundher
her with morbid Uobd curiosity euril
But she to not uoUo to Mane Wain e for this thisI thi
I suppose suppOMMOt IUPPo not at in on oeeul one sense But if she ke
is i t the r0n4 rel MjMrfUve v and nJ virtuous virtuousmatron Yiaa Yiaamatrob virtuousmatron
matron your paper pper Asper says ay I she i is why in thename the thename tl
name oi goodness gOuI does 10ahe doesshe she not leave lev and andgo andf andgo
go f to Chicago ChrC where wle no 10 notice will w be betaken b betaken
taken of her hoerYon herYou herYou
tion You insinuate inlinute that lht she likes Uke this t satea atten attention attention ¬
I do not Bat I know kno what bt I lot or o any anyother anyother anyother
other woman woran of my temperament tewpraist would do doand doand doand
and that is I leave 1 leave Y the city cty where le I became becameo
so o not of 0101 orious ion and live somewhere l sesirwhere ilere else inwhich in inwhich
which which the community ctulty wowW w cither lber not notnow
know now my record recr or o knowing It itweuW w ultl uk be b in
different diferent to that tte aatue He aa for instance IMtance in il
Chicago where wher the Le howe blH Is for t whfeh her
husband luband work I Ieen fell you YOI Mr GtOBg GtOI that
Mrs Mr Mr Bonine I ie making raklg a mistake mllk trying to
live lv it i down her her here She Sle cannot do so o Hervery Her Hervery Herver
very ver cotifafefan eeldrll is against sglnst s yeh ich ch a possi po pOli i
BiHty 6C Graf Since snee your paper pper has ls befriended befrietded
her dtirfnthie during t rl the trial tral you on ought to admonish
her he of thiajBtfand thJ1ei this fhet and the lady very decidedly decdedly
shut list Up 11p lips In a a s strap iap ap which bleh ver dimpled her
I flashed cheeks chewkaHasGenarat cheekshiss hhn
HasGenarat n hiss Oeilral Oeneral Miles Mlt an In army record re ord such suchas suoba suchas
as a his predecessors predeceot were cre credited eedl d with withasked wlthiU wlthiUasked witlt3 witlt3asked
asked an English cxmilitary exmitary ex mflitary man at t a lead
ing hotel 110tellast last nightSheridan night nightNot nightNot
Not exactly He le has no 10 rtcord recor aa a agreat agreat
great elrn and andaShe successful lucacnut commander r like Grunt Grnt t
Sherman en and ld Sheridan but ho 1 o or has has been beengallant a a agallant
gallant gllant soldier and attained atained his present presentexalted presentexalted
exalted position pollon from the ranks ranksA rankA ranksA
A private prl vate soldier rise to be a commands
inchief Inchid or lieutenant general commanding commanl1hlg commandh
a as you call callU it He must Dust assuredly assuedly be a great greatman greatman greatntan
man Why then tlen is i he afraid in vindication vindicationof vlldicatot
of a principle to assert aart himself and refuse to
He te under uncer the stigma tgnla of such a reprirnauu reprlmtntas reprlmtntasno reprimandas reprimandasno > s sno
no generaliuchief generllnchlef general In chief has ever received that
I am au aware of at least lelt in time of peace peace
Well Wel ff I he opens his mouth the Presi
dent dlnt will w place plac him on the retired Hit lst and
it is pretty prety well wel understood und rstood that Root Roc and anc
Roosevelt Rovelt want him to open his mouth so
that list they can cal place a selected eletetl favorite in
his hi position positionThe piton pitonThe positionThe fnvorte 11
The English UnglJh do not understand uuderha our buss business buslnes bussness
ness nes You have your yourowntroubhesalaBullet own troublttaln tro bta II Buller
and ad you ou go 0 at things tlillB differently dlleeht to us
Mile Mte Miles has not enly nly hl been ben a great soldier aoldler but
personally a valiant
pernaly one wearing on his
breast the Medal of Honor wearng
lnet lon 01 which carts corr corrIpondl ¬
spend to your Victoria Cross Cro The Presi PresltleNt ¬
dent longed lnged for this tli decoration decortion for his hi ser service services er ervcl
vices vice in the Spanish war in which whlell
vcl tle Spnlb several severalof leverl leverlor severalof
of our men were killed kfed and wounded in
the great cret battle hette of San Sn Juan hill hi
Thla lll ia I rfdlculoa rfdieulouga great battle
rc1rulout Ireat bltte and andseveral andneral andseveral
several killed and wounded
kled Pray did you yonexpect youepct youexpect
expect epct to fight fgbt a 1 battle btUe andnat aHd audit Jqt t have hve several leeal
killed aud wounded r
kfed w01u1d Wh WJ should aJeuhl the
President oxpeat taoect such a decoration
bpect deCrUou as thi this
Medal Med < < l of HdTior Bcor for being in il so 1 sanguinary sanguinarya Inguhuuy IS
a fight fightWell tht thtWellhe fightWelllie
Well Wellhe he rode up San Sn Juan Jun hilljat hi hill at the
head of the terrible terrble Rough Riders Jders These Tlee
black soldiers aldlers of our ours whom wlonl we call cl nig ¬
gers ger in peace peaC end heroes lltr in il war had hadclimbed hadclimbed hadclimbed
climbed this hill hi and driven dren off 01 the
Spaniards Spnllrd and then Ulel our Pftsfdent fteut and his hia sil
Rough Riders rode up to the 14 very top and andcheered andcheered
cheered and cheered and a B as the Spaniards Spaniardsran anf
Spniards Spniardsran
ran away from froU the enter Clt1 our President Presidentpotted Prsident Prsidentpoted Presidentpotted
potted poted a as you ou English call cn it I several severl of
them one of whom he only claims ellma credit
for Now dont you think ht h had a right
to censure snub Ilub and jump j lmp amp all over Private Prvate
Mile Mlu who roe ro to be general eneal of the army rmy
and who wear a Medal of Honor lor
Iedl lolo per personal personal personal ¬
sonal valor vlor on the battlefield battlefieldNo battefeld battefeldNo
No Im d if i I do and d Johnny JOlnl Bull Bulltook Bulltook Bulltook
took a few martial martil strides strde I which whldlaud landed him himat himat himat
at the tle bar where he drank a silent fetlt toast tot to
the hero of more mor pitched battles tUe than tlal there thereare thereare thereare
are year year in the present pnlnt life lre span span of the man m mwho
pl o
who snubbed nubbd him lim in the White Whie House HouseKorminH IOI IOIQnlns Houseliornais
KorminH Qnlns Lyceum I yaoun Thontru ThoatriSam ThontruSam Thontro ThontroSm
Sam Sm Deveres Own Company will wj be the
attraction atracton of the Lyceum Theatre next
week and it ought to be the banner week
of the season as Sam UI Devere has gathered
around him blml a company of fifty artists artsts recog ¬
nized as the leading attractions in tho pro ¬
fession The celebrated Phasey Troupe
fourteen in number direct from the Alham
bra bra Theatre London England
presented presentedexclusively ptsented ptsentedexclusively ATeaentedexclusively
exclusively by Sara SaU Devere Deverefit fdurtccn fdurtccnmusicians fc een eenmusicians
musicians singers and terpsichorean i prjiats aitfsts feen feenmusicians trst
in one of the
tie greatest novelty acts IC 8eVcr ever
seen in this country An act that lint cannot
be duplicated The Imperial Imperal Trio Hodges oalot
Heywood and Lancaster Lncaster in a bright brlgl mirth mirthprovoking mirthprovoking mirthprovoking
provoking sketch A Pleasant PleQnt Kvening nlen1ng
Sallah Sallal Abdulahs Arabs Arab twelve sans 18nor of the
Arabian desert in the most mOt wonderful wonderfulacrobatic wonderul wonderulacrobatc wonderfulacrobatic
acrobatic acrobatc feat feats ever aeen seel een on any stage The Te
Six Royal Ascot Girls Englands Ulglands latest latesterase lates latestcraze
erase The Misses Il Bennett Dennet and Stembter Stembtercomediennes StemblercomedleHRel Stembfercomediennes
comediennes late of Hoyts Hoyt company compny
whose wbo work is i of the giltedged gltedgd order will wil
be seen in a clever clevr farce Csr written especially wll
for them tlem by George Cohan The 1le epecla1T Worlds W IVoFIds rlds
Comedy Four clever cever comedians comedins and al pqs pqssessors P0 P0se p
se selr sessors ors of tuneful tuneul voices volcel Mis MI Miss Gerlie Gertie Ger le Le
Clair and her Pour Black Blck Cherubs Cherb One of ofthe 01the ofthe
the most lost diverting divertng attractions atraclo ll before beore the thepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc The only Sam Sm Devere who iaa foawhole iaawhole
ia iawhole
whole show in himself hlmelf will wf present prCent a new new
bunch of song and witty wity sayings saying The Theperformance Theperormance Theperformance
performance perormance is brought to a close with the
laughable lauglable absurdity aburdity from the tie pen of Sdm sdmnDevere m
Devere The Cloak Clok Models This 11ls num ¬
ber serves seres to Introduce the full Cul ca ct cast t of the thecompany thecompny thecompany
company compny replete with wih laughable situations situationsfull situatons situatonsful situationsfull
full ful of bright wit wi excellent excelent singing also
Introducing twenty handsome hndlonle and shapely shapelymodels shapelysuodel shapelymodels
models Sam Devere who is always on onthe ORthe onthe
the lookout for something somethlnJ new presents prents to tohi tohi tohis
hi his many lany admirers a new sensation senlton crgntod crgntodby cr crashed crashedby d dby
by Mildred Howard How1rl D D De Grey the celebrated celebratedbarefoot clebmted clebmtedhereot celebratedbarefoot
barefoot hereot dancer fncer in her latest ltet spectacular spectaculardance apetaeular apetaeulardanc spectaculardance
dance danc A Dream of Love Words Wod fail fai to toexpress toepreu toexpress
epreu express the beauties but of this thl act as it holds holdsthe hold holdthe holdsthe
the audience spellbound spelbound from start to finish finishand finlkand finishand
and must be b s seen tn n to fully full appreciate appreeJte the thtgrandeur therallc thegrandeur
grandeur of thi th this
rallc spectacle spectacleICH lpectle lpectleIts spectacleIts
Its l Bxporlenco lhxporienOOTolls lhxporienOOTollsIn l10rienc Tolls TollsIn
In 11 no other othe body by legislative legistt or com commercial ro cornmercial ¬
mercial meral i is the truth of this tll axiom x accen accentuated accn accntuted aecentuated ¬
tuated tuted to the same me degree degre as In I tae upper upperhouse uppe upperhouse
house of the national natlolal legislator leleJahtr Mark Markedly Markedly Markedly
edly true is thi this fact fac in the th maktctipof Ikupof ntnke upof the thtseveral theIYrl theseveral
several IYrl committee comntttee A man mn untried to leg ¬
islation liltion find Ind finds himself himsel at the bottom ef t the theliat theIlt thelistan
liat Ilt listan an n unknown shelved Ihelvec as a it ware were On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the other prior prlr experience experence at the th other end endof endof
of the Capitol Capiol demands immediate recogni recognition recognlton recogniion ent ¬
ton ion For a half l dosen doen years yers during durini a troub troubulous trolb troubnlous
ulous period perod Governor Govenor McCrtary stood steO at attlie atti attime
time ti head of the Committee Commitee on Foreign Af Affairs AIlair Affairs ¬
lair fairs of the House IOU of Representatives RepresentativesShould ReprenllUlvl RepresenfetlveaShould
Should the tle legislature of Kentucky Keltlcky set l fitto fit fitto It Itto
to promote that gentleman genteman to a seat in the thtSenate theSnte theSenate
Senate Snte hi b his colleagues coUeafue in caucus catuU would wo11 with without wih without
out doubt aaalgn uJgn hint MO to a committee comtee poet poellion pl pllon poeton
lon lion on in keeping keepiHI with Wil his hi equipment equip eat andabilities and andabilities ani aniablUel
ablUel abilities whtr wr where he 1e would wldd be l of service Hle to totht toUse tothe
Use commonwealth < oOQW11 and the Ue Nation NationOnr NaUo NaUoO NationOat
Oat O police plce can c cheer clr upthere np there are areother ar areothers
other against it all the
ober up over o r th country CUlltr
trying tia warder to solve mysterious lytell assaults 11t and andwarder Indsuers andmerdersl

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