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Is Jtapidemic It gpiden pidemic > iic in the th Nations NationsCapital Na NationsCapital ions ionsCapital
Capital Capitali CapitalTHE CapitalTHE CapitalTHE
j Fifteen Oases But tho Hotel Is StillOpenThe Still StillOpen Stillf
f OPenThe Open Tho Qualified Denials of tho thof thoHealth thoIJealth theHealth
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Health Officer O l r and Manager of tho tboHotel thoJiotelDo thoNotol
Hotel JiotelDo Notol Do Not Satisfy the Globe GlobeAs GlobeIts Globett
As tt Its Information Is Direct and andSpeclllo al1dI
I t Speclllo SpecllloSmallpox SpeoUlor SpecificSmallpox
r Smallpox is spreading at an alarming rate ratein rateis
in the city of Washington and criminal ef efforts dfr efforte ¬
forts fr s are being made to toP conceal toncC l the fact that thatit tbatit thatit
it is 5 rapidly becoming epidemic The ed edklor edtr
klor tr of the GLOBE served as secretary to the theCincinnati theC1nclnnati
Cincinnati bonrd of health healt healthin Ijn in just suclt an anc andemic ane
c t i demic as has now seized Washington and andour andour andour
our experience In that fight against this thisfi this6tblest thisfitthlest
6tblest fi ablest of all diseases admonishes us to tovj tov tow
vj v the public that while the contagion contagionc
c ii ut be met courageously and vaccination vaccinationt
r iI Jrl 1 t b > r immediately resorted to by all allwill aUw allwill
< will w dl be the most strenuous efforts effortsri effortsC
ri C as > n the interests of business to conceal concealle concealte concealt
t le ° a pread read of the disease diseaseXlciag diseasei
Xlciag i akrog Iuog advantage of this knowledge and andexperience andeXiJenence andexperience
experience which came to us when a young youngrza youngr
rza r n cfratd of nothing not bing we hav have watched the thejpvjjal thegr thegr
jpvjjal gr Baal Jal hold h < ld the disease is taking in this thisov thistyv
ov tyv 11 nil 11 noted the efforts being made to totmmmize tomlnmlZe tomtuin
tmmmize mtuin ze the contagion But Buta11 all such ef efforts effrts ef efforts ¬
forts will fail unless the weather conies to toour toou toour
our ou assistance for it is a pecularity of this thisloathsome thisloathsome
loathsome disease that it is least verulent verulentin
in 6ne or soft weather Frost and cold or orraw orTaw orraw
raw weather aids its spread arid the man mansion mansion manston ¬
sion of the aristocrat as the hovel of the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor is liable to be invaded as neither neithercleanliness neithercleanllneas neithercleanliness
cleanliness nor sanitary perfection are any anyoar
bar oar or preventative to its invasion invasionEarly invasionEarly invasionEarly
Early in the week the GLOBK on the thelook theIo thelook
look Io k out for the appearance of the contagion contagionin
in unexpected places was informed by a areliable 0 0reliable areliable
reliable person connected with the Raleigh RaleighHotel RaleigbHotel RaleighHotel
Hotel that fifteen cases were removed from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that hostelry and that in every case OQs the thepfEon theperson theperson
person removed had developed symptoms symptomsof nptoms nptomsof
of smallpox Such an astounding piece of ofxufcrmation orJufcrmation ofxnfcrmation
xufcrmation in connection with the fact factthat factthl4ttlle factthat
that thl4ttlle the hotel was still open and doing
bo 1 111 ness nessndtnonished admonished us Jp g authenticate authenticatet
t 11 < information nfo niatlon notwithstanding that our ourCKinant ourrf ourt
CKinant rf t mant was an inmate of the hotel and a ape aI at
I pc s a of thentt the1hUOIJt the ttt2Ostrelfabltlty ost relfnblllCy J Hts s story storywa storrWi storyway
wa way > to t < the effect that the porter Lee ee was wasfint wasfin wasfirer
fint fin attacked and quietly removed Then ThenM ThenM ThenM
M S3 Cora ora Woodward the linen girl was wastaeen wastakeu wastat
taeen tat en down and also promptly removed removedVwd removedo removedgad
gad o d then followed thirteen others all of ofwhom ofwhom ofwbom
whom had developed the preliminary preliminarysymptoms prelimInarysymptoma preliminarysymptoms
symptoms of the disease That Thata a panic panicin panicin panicin
in the hotel had not resulted was due to the themasterful themasterful themasterful
masterful discipline of Manager Talty TallyThursday TaltyThursday TaltyTbureday
Thursday we sent a GLOBE representa representative representative representative ¬
tive to interview the manager and this is iswhat iawhat iswhat
what Mr Tally Tattyald TattyaldI said saidI
I deny in toto the statement that fifteen fifteenpersons fifteeni
i persons were removed from this hotel show showing showsymptoms showlug ¬
lug symptoms of smallpox I admit that thattwo tbattwo thattwo
two persons who left here subsequently subsequ nl1y de developed developed develaped ¬
veloped the disease and I had sent ent away all allthose alltholle allthose
those who came in contact with them I Irefer Irefer Irefer
refer you to Dr Woodward the Health Of Officer Ofcer Offacer ¬
facer cer who investigated the matter We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have nobody in this house now under sus suspicion susplcion suepiclon ¬
picion of being bein affected nor has any person persondeveloped persondeveloped persondeveloped
developed the disease while a guest or em employ employe employe
ploye e of the hotel hotelIn hotelIn hotelIn
In fairness to the hotel management the theG theL thetii
G tii j L BE n gives Manager Tallys statement and andsupplements andc andcwpptemenub
c cwpptemenub supplements pplemen the 1huQme same with Dr Woodwards Woodwardsconxboration Woodwardscorroboration Woodwardscorroboration
corroboration which ia substantially that of ofManager ofMDa ofManager
Manager MDa er Tallys TallysNevertheless Taltyaevertrlele TtaltyeNevedhelese
Nevertheless evertrlele e the GLOBES information is isc Iscct isc
c < c vcct + cct and reliable and we place faith faithc faither faither
er c cagh in it to believe that it is in substance substanceac
ac < fj exact statement of facts We know the thevVjciition theerr
vVjciition 1 err ill iition tfon to minimize the danger dangerand and con cone conCa
Ca < 1 the spread of the disease in the bustneca bust business buslne3 ¬
ness interests of Washington especially especiallywith especiallywith especiallywith
with Congress in session It has been re remarked reo reomarked remarked ¬
marked from thevery the very first case thai devel developed developed develaped ¬
oped that our health department was not notacting notactinlJ notacting
acting vigorously in stamping It out and andthat andthat andthat
that radical measures were not being taken takento takento takento
to prevent the spread of the contagion contagionThe contagionThe contagionThe
The GLOBS does not want to create un unnecessary unnecessary unnecessary ¬
necessary alarm or injure business but it itbelieves itbelieves itbelieves
believes it be the wisest policy to warn warnthe warnthe warnthe
the public o lIm oma ui danger and to have every everyhouseholder everybouseholder everyhouseholder
householder ti tpproper pvproper wVroper precautions to pre prevent preV02t prevcut ¬
vent the entrantsof entran entranlf r of of the dread disease to his hisfamily hisfamily hisfamily
family hearth hearthFumigation bearthFumigation hearthFumigation
Fumigation and the destruction by fire of ofev orev ofevery
ev every ry shred of clothing bed clothes etc etcbelonging et etbeln etabei
belonging beln bei ngiiig ing to an affected person must be berigidly berllrdly berigrdly
rigidly enforced The writer destroyed destroyedevery dcstroyedevery destroyedevery
every mattress sheet blanket and other othertcxtle othertc othertext
tcxtle tc text xtle to fabrics in in one of the largest hotels hotelsin hotelsin
in Cincinnati nctnnatf where the epidemic broke brokecut brokecnt brokecut
cut and a lady had died of the disease diseaseStub diseaseOuch
Stub 1 were the methods enforced in thai thairy tllaty thaty
ry y when wagon loads of bodies were being beingtaken beingtaken beingtorten
taken to the cemeteries and the epidemic epidemicwas
I was in full swing If proper or stringent stringentmeasures stringentmeasur etrfugentmeasures
measures measur s had been authorised earlier hun hundreds huni4rds bumrare ¬
rare dreds Is of lives would have bren saved But Buttfce Buttt Buttre
tfce tt Over the Rhine section of the city
faght f oght iht against vaccination and the public publicwere publicwrre publicwrre
wrre indifferent until the dead bodies be beca bee bec
c ca s We e too numerous for the hearses and andwagons andwagons andwagons
wagons were wereUsed used to load them upl uplLet uplIet up upLet
Let us hope that our Health Department Departmentwill Departmentwll11nslst Departmentwtt
will wll11nslst insist on compulsory vaccination and andthat andtbat andthat
that its sanitary officers make house to tohouse tohouse tohanac
house Inspection In pectlons daily during the prevalend preva prevalence prevaIeule ¬
lend of the disease Increase the sanitary
force with as many temporary officers as aswill aswIll aswill
will be necessary and spare no expense expenseuntil expenseuntil expenseuntil
until Ute disease dlse e is stamped out outThe outThe
I The following significant admission by bythe bythe bythe
the daily press which is stifling the news newsfor newsfor newsfor
for some consideration or cause causeVIU will be ac accepted accepted aecepted ¬
cepted as confirmation that smallpox de developed developed developed ¬
veloped in the hotel hotelMr hotelIr hotelMr
Mr Ir Mitchell was employed in a large largelaundry largelaundry largelaundry
laundry as a driver on the collecting wagon wagonSeveral wagonSeveral wagonSeveral
Several days ago SK he collected a budget of oflaundry oflaundry oflaundry
laundry from an infected hotel and the thehealth thebealth thehealth
health department believes it was in this thugway i iway Iway
way that he driver contracted the disease 1 L
Will Read this Little Episode Episodewith Episodewith Episodewith
with Interest InterestA
Shies Its Castor In tho fling as a aCompetitor aCompetitor aCompetitor
Competitor for tho Contract ContractThe ContractTheLocal ContractTheLocal Tho ThoIjooal
Local Agents Experience with Gor Cmdon Gordon Gordon ¬
don don Ole O Ojlle le and Postmaster Post ter Merrltt MerrlttInteresting lUerrltt lUerrlttInterestln MerrittInteresting
Interesting Interestln InterviewThe Interview InterviewThe InterviewThe
The well known Reealia House of M C CWiley CIl11ey CInlay
Inlay Co of Columbus Ohio has an anBfymt ana annypnt
Bfymt a ntlntbis is In this city who is trying to secure securesome securesome secureome
some s ome of the Government Governmentcontracts contracts for letter lettercarriers lettercarriers letterarriers
carriers c uniforms and such things The TheGLOBE TbeLODE TheGLons
GLOBE LODE knows the house this agent repre represents represents represeats ¬
sents inasmuch as the founder of it was at atone atone atone
one time our Superintendent of the State StateBindery StateBindery StateBindery
Bindery when we were Public Printer of ofOhio 01Oblo ofOhio
Ohio It is probably today to day the largest largesthouse largeathouse largesthouse
house of its kind in America and ships iu iugood it itgood itsgoods
good to all quarters quarterlotthe ofthe habitable globe globeor
or at least the civilized portions thereof thereofwhere thereoCwbere thereofwhere
where secret societies exist The firm firmmanufactures finnmanufactures firmmanufactures
manufactures flags banners uniforms uniformshelmets Un1COrn18belmetll uniformshelmets
helmets swords regalia of all descriptions descriptionand descriptionsand descriptionsand
and occupies an entire block with its ex extensive extensive extensive ¬
tensive establishment It employs high highpriced highpriced highpriced
priced designers and persons skilled in the theelegant theelegant theelegant
elegant and tasteful art of baud painted paintedbanners paintedbanners paintedbanners
banners and costly gold embroidering and andsilver audsliver andsilver
silver It is s capable of executing the thelargest thelargest theargest
largest l argest contracts In this thlsas tis in the other lines linesof Unesof hinesof
of manufacture including uniforms of all allkinds allkinds nflkinds
kinds and descriptions descriptionsIts
Its Washington agent the past week weekthought weekthougbt weekthought
thought he would have a try at the letter letlercarriers lettercarriers lettercarriers
carriers uniforms about which there has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been considerable manipulation and under underground underground underground ¬
ground skulldudgery He applied to Mr MrGordon MrGordon MrGordon
Gordon the president of the association associationand associationaud associationand
and Mr Gordon introduced him to the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary Mr Ogle This Thi latter gentleman gentlemanbrusquely gentlemanbrusquelylnform gentlemanbrusquely
brusquely brusquelylnform informed d him that the contracts contractsfor contractsfor contractsfor
for the winter uniforms were all settled settledbut settledbut
but that he could submit his bids and sam samples sampIes earnpies ¬
pIes on the summer uniforms Now this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was not the lie agents understanding of the thething thething thething
thing inasmuch as he bad filed some sam samples rain saiupies rainpies ¬
pies with Postmaster Merritt for these very verywinter verywlnter verywinter
winter uniforms Hence he called on Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmatter ¬
master Merritt and Inquired why this was wasthus wazltbus wasthus
thus or words to that effect effectThe effectThe effectThe
The postmaster who has already shown shownhis shownbis shownhis
his hand on the side of justice justlcen In the letter lettercarriers lettercarriers lettercarriers
carriers uniforms sent forPresident Gordoo1and Gordorr Gordorrand Gord Gordand
and proceeded to interview him in the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of the agent agentThe agentThe agentThe
The substance of the interview was to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that the committee were running runningthings runningthings runningthings
things with the bit in their teeth that they
had better go goelow slow or somelhingwoulddrop somelhingwoulddropand something would woulddrop woulddropandthat drop dropand
and andthat that he Merrill Merrittdesired desired that the Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus firm be given a fair deal even if they
did not employ the ablguitious Eckels who whoattempted whoattempted whoattempted
attempted to bribe exSuperintendent Baker Bakerand Bakerand Bakerand
and present President Gordon Mr Gordon Gordonacted Gordonacted Gordonacted
acted very courteously towards the Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus firms agent and the latter so informed lnrormedthe informedthe informedthe
the Postmaster contrasting the same with withthe withthe withthe
the rather perfunctory information fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished him by Secretary Ogle The result resultof resultor resultof
of this stirring up of things will it is to be bebooed behoned behoned
honed give the letter lett r carriers cheaper and andbetter andbetter andbetter
better uniforms even if somebody has to togo togo togo
go without the customary rake off And Andtherein Andtherein Andtherein
therein the lie GtOOB GtO E has done its whole duty dutyTHE dutyTUB dutyTIW
By a Voto or 0 to 5 tho Committee CommitteeHefuees CommltteoItefuscs Committeeltefusostoliring
Hefuees ltefusostoliring taJJrlnn tQ13rin Up tho Resolu Resolution Resolutlon Resolution ¬
tion of Thanks by Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
The House Friday passed a resolution resolutionintroduced resolutionintroduced resolutionintroduced
introduced by Mr Watson Rep Indproviding Indr Indrproviding Ind Indprovldlnlr
providing for the printing of the papers p < < pers in inthe inthe inthe
the Schley case It will contain the testi testimony testlmony testimoray ¬
mony of the Schley Court of Enquiry the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of the court and the dissenting dissentingviews dissentingviews dissentingviews
views of Admiral I Lewey < ewey the appeal of ofAdmiral ofAdmiral ofAdmiral
Admiral Schley to tbe President the reply replyof reptvof replyof
of the Navy Department to this appeal appealand appealand appealand
and the findings of the President PresidentRepresentative PresidentRepresentative PresidentRepresentative
Representative Mudd of Maryland in the IheHouse theHouse theHouse
House Committee on Naval Affairs last lastFriday lastFriday lastPridny
Friday morning moved that the committee committeetake comntlUeetake committeetake
take away from the sub committee the con consideration conslderatlon consideration ¬
sideration of the resolution giving Admiral AdmiralScbley AdmiralScbley AdmiralSchley
Scbley the thanks of Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
The motion was lost by a vote of nine to tofive tofive tofive
five This indicates that the resolution will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably die in the hands of the subcommittee subcom subcommittee aubcommlttee ¬
mittee mitteeRepresentative mltteeRepresentative mitteeRepresentative
Representative Pose Rep III chair chairman cbalrman chairman ¬
man of the committee was absent paired pairedwith paired1t1s pairedWithr
with 1t1s Representative Rixey Dem Va VaMr VaMr VsMr
Mr Vandiver Dem Mo was absent no nopaired nit nenpaired nitpaired
paired Mr Meyer Dem La voted with withthe withthe withthe
the Republicans and Mr Mudd of Mary Maryand Maryand Maryand
and with the Democrats DemocratsThe DemocratsThe DemocratsThe
The Republicans who voted against re relieving relIeving re relieving ¬
lieving the subcommittee or in other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words against bringing the lie Schley contro controversy controversy contraverey ¬
versy before the House were Messrs Day Dayton Dayton Dayton ¬
ton of West Virginia Loudenslager of ofNew ofcw ofNew
New cw Jersey Butler of Pennsylvania Bull Bullof Bullor Bullof
of Rhode Island Watson of Indiana IndianaCousins Iudlanaj IndianaCousins
Cousins of Iowa Taylor of Ohio Roberts Robertsof Rebertof
of Massachusetts Mr Meyer Dem La Lavoted Ia Iavoted Lavoted
voted with the Republicans RepublicansThe R RepublicansThe publlcan publlcanThe
The Democrats who voted on the other otherside otherside otherside
side were Messrs Cummings of New York YorkTale YorkTate YorkTate
Tate of Georgia William Kitchen of North NorthCarolina N NorthCarolina rth rthCarQlIna
Carolina Wheeler of KentuckyMr Mudd Muddof Muddof Muddof
of Maryland Republican voted with them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Mudd then moved that the committee commitleereport committeereport committeereport
report another resolution re olutlon which whic1 he h pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented which eliminates the question of ofcommand ofcowmand ofcoifimand
command at Santiago and gives the thanks thanksof thanksor thanksof
of Congress to Admiral Schley and all allthose allthose allthose
those who participated with him himThe himThe himThe
The debate on the subject was an angry angryone angryone angryone
one but failed fafledoC of its purpose purposeMr purposeMr purposeMr
Mr Meyer roleer moved to postpone action until untilMarch I1nfitMarch unfitMarch
March 15 and andpendlug pending this motion a motion motionby motionby1Ir motionby
by by1Ir Mr Cummings to adjourn was carried by bya
a 0 vote of 9 to 5 Mr loIrt Cummings voting in inthe Inthe inthe
the affirmative with wit I the Republicans Mr MrMudd MrMudd
Mudd in the negative with the Democrats I
Which Mr F O Beckett Dis District Di Ditrict District ¬
trict Property ClerkHAD Clerk ClerkHAD ClerkI
I HAD BETTER BET T E R HEE H HEED HEEDNumerous E E D DNumerous Dc DcNumerous
Numerous Complaints of His Arbi Arbitrary Arbltrar Arbttrary ¬
trar trary Rulings Annoying Delays in inForwarding InForwardln inForwarding
Forwarding Forwardln Merchants Bills and anilHis 8mlIlls andHis
His Scant Courtesy to Persons hay Having lIavolnu hayhag ¬
olnu hag Business Bu llIess in HlsOfllce IlisOffioeA IIIs OlfceA A Case of ofDyspepsia oCDlspepsla ofDyapopsla
Dyspepsia or Swelled Head HeadComplaints Heads HeadComplaints
31 31Complaints
Complaints have been numerous and andpersistent auc aucperilistent andpersistent
persistent by persons having business at atthe atthe atthe
the property clerks office In the District Districtbuilding DlJtrlctbul1l11ng Districtbuilding
building touching tOll hlng their treatment by the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk Mr 1Ir1 P O 0 Beckett Through Mr MrBeckett MrBe MrBecketts
Beckett Be keUa office as property clerk contrac contractors contractors contacctare ¬
tors and others who have made the District Districttheir Districttheir Districttheir
their debtor must file their bill bills to secure securewarrants securewarrants securewarrants
warrants from the auditor It it I in the filing filingof Blinnof filingof
of these bill bills one of the complaint against agalnatMr aplnllt11r againstMr
Mr Beckett lies Ue but out the more III or serious one onealleged onealleJed onealleged
alleged against him is his arbitrary rating rntingon rnHnron
on o n such Mil bills and his unwarrantable and il illegal fllegal iilegal ¬
legal interference with the terms of the con contract contraet contract
tract For i instance atance a merchant who whohas tvhehas 10 10has
has the contract to supply the Dis District District Distract ¬
trict with a certain weight and texture textureof textureof textureof
of blanket at a specified price is held up
by byMr Mr Beckett and peremptorily ordered orderedto
to furnisbja furnieh a better or superior quality of ofblanket ofblanket
blanket On On being remonstrated with by bythe bytbe bythe
the merchant lIe imperiously waves his hisarms hisarms hisacme
arms anddieniissee and dismisses the complainant much muchafter muchalter muchafter
after the manner of an Oriental Paddishaw PaddishawAnother PaddishawAnother FaddiahawAnother
Another serious complaint against Mr MrBeckett MrBeckett MrBeckett
Beckett is the fact that he permits mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants bills to acc accumulate mulnte for months in infact infact infact
fact until they are covered cov 1ed with dust Mean Meanwhile Meanwhile Meanwhile ¬
while the creditor dances attendance on the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property clerk who gives him a dyspeptic dyspepticetore dyspeptictare dyspepticelate
tare and takes his biSown own good time to O K Kand Kaud Kand
and forward the bill to the auditor auditorThe auditorThe auditorThe
The GLOBE knows of a prominent paper paperhouse paperhouse paperhouse
house in Washington which refuses credit to tothe tothe tothe
the District and declines to fill orders un unless unItss uness ¬
less l ess the said orders are accompanied be becash b bcash bcash
cash I This is due to the delay they were weresubjected weresubjected weresubjected
subjected to by Mr lIr Beckett who kept keptthem keptthem keptthem
them sometimes three months waiting for forpayment forpayment forpayment
payment of goods delivered on a cash basis basisof buisof basinof
of profit profitContractors profitContractora profitContractors
Contractors printers paper houses and andgeneral andgenerll andgeneral
general merchants are unanimous in their theircondemnation tbelrCOUd theircondemnatlonof
condemnatlonof condemnation COUd niMtlonO of the amt nrannor IUl nuhJwllftj nerin itt wflftA wIt l Bus Busnwssfa IItM4 IItM4flees
nwssfa Dssf flees s conducted in the property Clerks tlerksOffice ClerksOffice ClerksOffice
Office and there seems tube to be no relief Mr MrBeckett 1IrBeekett MrBeckett
Beckett seems to b be paramount and his ipse ipsedixit ipsedldt ipeedixit
dixit ia not appealableComplaints appealable appealableComplaints appealableConi
Complaints Coni plaints of his arbitrary rulings are areaccompanied areacco areaccofigpanied
accompanied acco nled by byatiegatlollll allegations of his discour discourtesy dlscourtesy diecourteay ¬
tesy or fllpness to persons who have havebills havebl1ls havebills
bills collectable collectableSome collectableSome collectableSome
Some of our informants ascribe this con conduct conduct connduct ¬
duct to indigestion or dyspepsia while whileothers wblleothers whileothers
others allege it to be a case of swelled head headWhatever headWhatever headWhatever
Whatever the cause Mr Beckett should re remember remember remember ¬
member that tax payers are entitled to not notonly notonly notonly
only prompt service on his part but respect respectful respectful respectful ¬
ful treatment inasmuch as they pay him his hissalary hissalAry hissalary
salary and he is the servant of the public publicIf publicIfhe
If Ifhe he does not like this menial term he can canresign canresign canresign
resign and become a tax payer instead of a atax atax atax
tax eater So long however as he draws a asalary asalary asalary
salary he is the servant of the public and is isnot Isnot isnot
not warranted in trifling with public busi business buslness buainess ¬
ness or assuming a proprietary interest in inthe Inthe inthe
the District Building Every citizen in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington owns just the same proportion proportionof
of the District Building that Mr Beckett Beckettdoes Beckettdoes Beckettdoes
does The GLOBS has numberless com complaints complaints cornplatntt ¬
plaints against Mr Beckett filed in this citeoffice thisoffice Ihlaoffice
office by merchants contractors and busi business buslnell8 business ¬
ness men but deems the forgoing sufficient sufficientfor sufficientfor sumolentfor
for the present and it will await the result resultof resultof resultof
of this public protest and the Commission Commissioners Commissionerst ¬
ers erst action in the lie matter before going into intofurther Intofurther intofurther
further details detailsTILLMAN detailsTILLMAN detailsTILLhIAN
The Orator Orntorutthe utthe EmmetCelebratfou EmmetCelebratfouTonight EulluetCclebrntiouTonlght Em met Colebratiou ColebratiouTonight
Tonight TonightHon TonlghtHon TonightHon
Hon Benjamin R Tillman senior Sena Senator Senator Senator
tor from South Carolina will be the orator oratorthis orator oratorthis oratortlda
this evening at the Academy Acsdemyof of Music New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York at the celebration of the 124th anniversary anni anniversary annlversary ¬
versary of the birth of Robert Hemet It Itia Itis Itis
is to be a notable gathering and a fine pro programme prograunne programine ¬
gramme has been arranged Mr John P PColfaalan PColhalan PCohalan
Colfaalan of New York came to Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton the past week and secured Senator Till Tillmans Tillmans Tillmans
mans acceptance of the invitation to speak speakWe speakWe speakWe
We chose him hmas as the orator oratorsaidMr said Mr Col Coljjalan Colbalan ColJalan
jjalan because of his sturdy Americanism Americanismand Americanismand Americanismand
and I can say now that the Academy of ofMusic or1Iuslc ofMusic
Music the largest large lit theater in New N w York will willnot wUtnot wiltnot
not hold half the people who will desire to tohear toheal tohear
hear the distinguished dlstlnguisb d South Carolinian CarolinianA
A large Emmet celebration will be held heldsimultaneously heldsimultaneously heldsimultaneously
simultaneously in Washington at the Co Columbia Columbla Cohumble ¬
humble Theater which wilt be addressed by bymembers bymeulbrs bymembers
members of Congress and others othersThe othelllTbe othersThe
The smallpox scare in this city is founded foundedon
on fact and people cannot too seriously re regard reo reoiard regard
gard the danger of its spread sprll d in iit epidemic epidemicform epidemicform epidemicform
form Vaccination is at once a safe guard guardand gU guardand rd rdand
and a remedy Do not put too much confi confidence confidence confidente ¬
dence in the Board of Health HealthThe HealthTile HealthThe
The W WASHINGTON UNGZOtr GIOBB stoat pays paystwelve PlYIftwelve payqtwelve
twelve per er cent per annum annumlut but some fel fellow ite itelow fel fellow ¬
low with a hole in the ground grQulout out W Wt < t can cansell canseU cansell
sell gold mine stock to wise Investors much muchmore l1uahmor muchmore
more mor readily than we con induce Democrate Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats to invest in the GLOBE stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The eulogies on the late President de ¬
livered In the Capitol on Thursday last laslwee laslweesplendid were weresplendid wefe wefesplendid
splendid specimens of cultured culture oratory ot oratory Qry
Mr Hay distinguished himselF In t h his hismasterful hismalterfullumming htsmasterful
masterful malterfullumming summing up of the late Presidents Presidentsattributes Presldentsattrib Presidentsattrtbates
attributes attrib 1tes and character Prince Henry Henrywas Henrywas Henrywas
was a close and attentive li listener stener
if ifIsit
Is Isit Gertainl Certainly ainly Mistaken in HisStatement His HisStatement HisStatement
Statement Statement From the Bench BenchAN Benchc BenchAN
Fitltor Editor Uit That He In Informed formed Justice JusticeBradley JusticeBi
Bi Bradley 1 3Jlev illov or Anybody Else as to the theAuthorship thoiilOrsblp rhocttlliorebip
Authorship cttlliorebip iilOrsblp of the lie Article Artl le Com Compiiilnpd COIUpIi ConplitlnQd
piiilnpd pIi 1d of otA A Brief History of ofttijj oftlii ofth
ttijj tlii th A itrtlolg rtrc fcl and the Reparation ReparationPjrirnntly RCIJl1ratlonProfllitl1 IteparationPrtjtuptly
Pjrirnntly Profllitl1 Prtjtuptly Made MadeJjpaTlyprefla IIIId MadeAhypress e eijJttYpreM
JjpaTlyprefla Ahypress noted 1I0 ed the following court
hill iuqQjjfojl biW b1he Jhe past week and in Inreproducit1g reproducing
I iti Vi iJRnIre Ire Ire to state that the th GLOBB is the theitr the1tcWa fifegays
gays I itr r referred to toAlJlv totJ toAtJp
AlJlv AtJp tJ y Chase Roys was called upon by bytUlUMW
JtWttlp Jtfil tUlUMW Bradley in Circuit Court No a awhetiflowrt 2wh
whetiflowrt wh rt convened yesterday morning
t tp sHJQHnt lIf ttht for the authorship of a certain certainarUcbl certainardc ttttalnarticle
article ardc which appeared in a local Sunday Sundayuewapaper SundayeWIIPper Sunda Sundaaewpaper
uewapaper last summer The article Is
Htw 1 1 to have cast reflections on Justice Justicey
Ii > Glt y and wa wee termed by him a as scur scurrilou seurrib scurrilott
rilou rib ttfthe tp the last degree degreeThe to toThelIourt
The Thejourt ilourt was crowded when as soon a athe as astbt asthe
the cmr crier had opened tbe sitting Justice JusticeBradwy JusticeBraiU JusticeBrame
Bradwy BraiU 7alled culled up Mr Roys and requested requestedbiutlOlMake requestedb4ut
b4ut ltiutl biutlOlMake 1 ake an explanation of the article In InU inquWifQlr
quWifQlr queetf U The attorney denied deni d all knowl knowlIt knowlCdgt knowledgstp
edgstp Cdgt > > flt It It Justice Bradley asked kwd him if he hehad helIat hebail
had lIat bail Written it and Mr Roy replied that bat he heban hehaq heba4
ban a not oH The court then informed the at atUwnfcytli attQrtJYthAt
tQrtJYthAt t Uwnfcytli arn ythat c he had received information informationfront informationfrottl informationront
front f ront lap f editor of the newspaper in which whichthe whicbthe whichthe
the article A tftile appeared to the effect that Mr MrRoys MrRo9 liftRoys
Roys w was s the author of it The justice justicestated JusticeatAted
stated that t tat he desired to secure whatever
information infbrml1 tllat fan the attorney might be able to togive togive
give Mr Roys again denied the author authorship aUlborship authorship ¬
ship ot o the article and andJustce Justice Bradley an announced announce4 anpounce ¬
nounced pounce that list he would woul accept the dental dentalpending denialpllndlnl
pending pending further investigation He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that ttnjll unil such time and until new infor informal Infornlar inferma ¬
mal ma pn could be secured the incident was wasclosed wascluhed wasclosed
closed OB far as lIe was concerned Both BothJustice BothJl1sU BothtJuatieeIdradlcy
Justice Jl1sU JuatieeIdradlcy t Bradley and ant Attorney Roys refused refusedto
to discuss d IS UIIS tbe mailer m Uer when questioned questionedTJjeShicle quesllonedJi1 questionedJJietrtiole
TJjeShicle Ji1 hlcle referred to is said to have con contaftieaaoine contaftlelIome contahietlpeome
taftieaaoine tahietlpeome caustic comments on the man manner manner manner ¬
ner in InWhlch jfeblch biclt Justice Bradley conducted cer certalnojes ceretaIUfi certaiu
talnojes taiu WI and cast reflections on the fitness fitnessof fitnessor fitnessof
of tiie t judge to occupying a seat on the theDtatntt theDl theDldI
taIUfi DldI Dtatntt Dl tt Supreme Bench BenchA BencbtIe BenchA
A tIe e time the article complained of ofby ofby ofby
by Justice lul tee Bradley was published the thecdltor thecdltorof editor editorof editorof
of UjGjjLOEK t tl GLoBE was unacquainted with his hisniagjUjfeeent hisnia hisma
niagjUjfeeent nia cent record on the bcncn and ac acthe acstatements acce
ce > the statements or rather article articleas
as s it did from a II responsible citizen cltiaena citizenas
as a i fttifei JMwtttaininff t lniP8J however hewev t after its itspublication itspublienUou itspublication
publication that an injustice had beau bc l1 done donewe donee donewe
we e prepared an article from material fur furnished furDIshed furmuhed ¬
DIshed us by a friendly attorney which was wassatisfactory WIlSHtIfactory wassatisfactory
satisfactory to the judge This attorney attorneyendeavored attorneyendeavored attorneyendeavored
endeavored to find out who inspired inspiredor
or furnished the original article He was wasou wasou wason
ou the opposite side of the case from Roys Roysaud Roysaud Roysand
aud he named Mr Ir Roys as the author authorNow authorNow authorNow
Now as the stock in trade tradethe the most valued valuedcapital valuedcapital valuedcapital
capital of an editor editorIs is to protect his corres correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
pondents who desire their identity con concealed concealed concelled ¬
cealed we would neither deny nor affirm affirmIhe affirmthe affirmthe
the guesses made by the lie attorney as to the thename thename thename
name or person of the correspondent correspondentThis
This is our inyariable rule and in this in instance instance instance ¬
stance we did not violate it If the attorney attorneyinformed attorneyinCormed attorneyinformed
informed Justice Bradley Bradley that Mr Roys Roy wasthe was wasthe wasthe
the author he did so o oft 01 his own mere guess guessCertainly guessCertainly guessCertainly
Certainly Justice Bradley has never been to toIhe tothe tothe
the GLOHB office nor has he ever been in informed Informed informed ¬
formed by the editor of the GLOIIE GW E that Mr MrRoys rtlrRoys Mrjtoys
Roys furnished the article reflecting on him himIt himIt himIt
It is our misfortune that we have never nevermet nevermet nevernet
met Justice Bradley nor do we know his hispersonal 111 111personal hispersonal
personal appearance lip earance hence he could not nothave nothave nothave
have received from the editor of the GLOB GLOBinformation GLOBInfannatlon GLOSS GLOSSinformation
information so Important as the name of a acorrespondent acorrespondent acorrespondent
correspondent neither could he have se secured secured secured ¬
cured it by a visit to our office officeThere offieeThere officeThere
There must be some mistake in the theprinted theprinted theprinted
printed statement quoted No doubt the ihejudge thejudge thejudge
judge mean meant mantor tor or did state that he was hr hrformed in informed Informed ¬
formed Mr Roy Roys wa was the author of the thescurrilous tbescurrilous thescurrilous
scurrilous article articleThe articleThe articleThe
The editor never reveals the name of an anauthor anauthor anauthor
author or correspondent who desires to con conceal conceal conBeal ¬
ceal his identity When we accept an ar article artlcle artide ¬
tide from fromsuclt such we assume the resoonsibillty resoonsibilltyand
and are ever willing to take the consequences consequencesThe consequencesThe consequencesThe
The jail jailltaa has no terrors for us in such cases casesbut caSCIbuE casesbut
but the dishonor of betraying a correepon correepondent correspon correspondent correspondent ¬
dent has There ia no dead game editor editorwho editorwho editorwho
who will do so soIt it is only the dunghill pub publisher publisher pubusher ¬
lisher or editor who will give up or betray betrayhis betMyhla betrayhis
his intormant or correspondent correspondentTwentysecond correspondentTwentysecond correspondentw correspondentTwentysecond
Twentysecond Anniversary Banquet BanquetOn nnquet nnquetOn
On Monday March 34 1902 the Virginia VirginiaDemocratic VirginiaDemocratic VirginiaDewocratia
Democratic Association will celebrate its itstwftntysecond Itstwentyslcond Itstwentysecond
twftntysecond anniversary by giving a abanquet Itbanquet abanquet
banquet at the Metropolitan Hotel The Thepresiding The1reafdlng Thepresiding
presiding officer of the evening will 111 be beCol beCol beCol
Col Robert N Harper the honored pres prosident president presdept
ident of the Association AssociationJust AsoclationJust AssociationJust
Just twentytwo years ago this Associ Association AlI8ociaUon Aseociation ¬
ation wi was organised and has always main maintained maintalned maintamed ¬
tamed an enviable reputation as a vote votegetter votegetter votegetter
getter in Virginia elections and its in inueace
ueace has been recognized by the governor gov governor governor ¬
ernor of the grand old state of Virginia by byappointing byappointing byappointing
appointing its president on his staffThe staff staffThe ataffThe
The preparations for the reception and andbanquet andbanquet andbanquet
banquet are Itr elaborate and nd the celebration celebrationwill celebmtlonwfU celebrationwill
will undoubtedly surpass anything of a alike Itlike alike
like nature in the history of the Asso Association ASIaclatlon Association ¬
ciation ciationAmong clatlonAmon ciationAmong
Among Amon the speakers who will attend are areGov areGov areGov
Gov Montague LtGov Willard Senators Senatorsand Senatorsand Senatorsand
and Representatives in Congress from Vir Virginia Virglnla Virgluts ¬
gluts and many other prominent statesmen statesmenfrom statesmenfrom statesmentrain
from other Southern States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Marcus Aurelius Hanna as a sen sentimentalist sentlmentallst sentimentalist ¬
timentalist adds to the the hilarity of politics politicsMarcus politicsIarcus politicsI4rcas
Marcus Iarcus Aurelljis Al reUps was a great philosopher philosopherThe phUo opher opherThe
The naming of the be Senator Is another In Instance instance instance ¬
stance of that flat frightful incongruity dis displayed dlspayed dispayed ¬
payed by bYQm hym6 gdme parents parentsHon parentslIon parentsHon
Hon Jamgs Jam t Norris is is an LI D on hot hotar hotar hotar
ar atslg msigeneratlng erating apparatus in this par part part1iiar
t t1iiar char works over time but the limit of its itspacity itspdt its4acity
pacity pdt has been reached N G j
Alleged Against Ag inst the Staff of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Emergency Hospital HospitalA
Bel Being e Treated for a Broken Arm ArmClaims Arrnmlms ArmOlalma
Claims that liberties Liberties Were Taken TakenWith TakenWith TakenWith
With Her Person and Piteously PiteouslyBegged Plteousl PlteouslBeJod PiteouslyBegged
Begged Her Friends to Remove ItamovoHer RemovoHerAn RemoveHerAn
Her HerAn An Investigation Demanded DemandedIn DemandedIn
In Justice to the Management of ofthe ofthe oftile
the Institution InstitutionThe InstitutionTbe htistitutlonThe
The UmergencyHospitalhasan Emergency UmergencyHospltal Hospital has hasRn an enviable enviablerecord 1m enviablerecord viable viablerecord
record for the promptness and efficiency of ofits ofits ofits
its staff of physicians and nurses and the theGLODB tbeGLODB theAwns
GLODB is indisposed to criticise either its itsmanagement itsmanljtentent itsanagement
management m as a whole or the individual individualphysicians individualphysieians individualhysicians
physicians p and nurses on its staff But Butcomplaints Butcomplaints Butcomplaints
complaints from time to time reach this thisoffice thisoffice thisoffice
office of Irregularities Involving the lady ladysuperintendent ladysuperintendent ladysuperintendent
superintendent as well as charges of inat inattention inattention thattendon ¬
tendon tention etc upon the part of physicians physiciansand physlclanland physiciansand
and nurses These complaints or growlings growlingshave growllngsbave growlingahave
have been heretofore ignored because tile Ihegeneral tilegeneral thegeneral
general efficiency of the hospital was wasunderstood wasundentood wasnderstood
understood u to be beyond reasonable criti criticiim critlclam criti criticism
clam ciimThis cism cismTitle f fTh14
This morning however the GLOBS has a amost amOlt amost
most serious charge to prefer based upon uponinformation uponinformation uponnformation
information i filed with us by a young female femalepatient femalepatient femaleportent
patient of the institution This young youngwoman yotlngwoman youngwoman
woman was in service as a domestic in a are arespe re respectable repectable ¬
spectable spe s < tllble family on A near Sixth street streetsoutheast streetsoutheast streetoutheast
s southeast She became an inmate of the thehospital theh06pital theospital
hospital h for treatment of a broken oralenured arm armcaused armcaused
caused by a fall and remained in the insti institution instltutlon instirotten ¬
rotten some time When her mistress mistressvisited mistressvlalted mistressisited
visited v isited her and some lady acquaintances acquaintanceshe
she he asked to be taken out and pleaded so soearnestly soearuestlT soearnestly
earnestly for her removal that she excited excitedthe excitedthe excitedthe
the curiosity or astonishment of her vis visitors visItors vie viehors ¬
itors To their objections that she needed neededtreatment neededtreatment treadedtreatment
treatment and was well taken care of she shereplied shereplied citereplied
replied only that she must leave the hos hospital bospltal hospital ¬
pital The youngwomanit youn womanit should be Statedbears Stated Statedbears atatedbenrs
bears an excellent reputation and is of an aninnocent anInnocent aninnocent
innocent or rather unsophisticated nature naturehaving naturebaving naturehaving
having been born in the country and not notaccustomed notaccustolned notaccustomed
accustomed to city life lifeFinally UfeFinally lifeFinally
Finally on being pressed for her herreasons herreasons herreasons
reasons in wanting to so unreasonably leavebefore leave leavebefore leavebefore
before her arm warranted her removal she shemade ahem shemade
made m de the startling statement that liberties libertieswere libertil libertilwere libertieswere
were taken with her under Ih the gttiae gttiaemi liutitMf liutitMfmedical guta gutamedteal
medical mi illinltn tteatmeuttInstatwilNM treatmenttIcr nliin ntf Tn TMtotoM IW kthfill kthfillinsisted tiirrfifimfr tiirrfifimfrinsUted 11tttfffft 11tttfffftInsltld
insisted that she was was mistaken and begged beggedof beggedof
of her to be more specific She then al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged that her bosom had been pressed and audother andother andother
other portions of her body felt having no noconnection noconnection noconnection
connection or bearing with her injured arm armThis arult arultThis arntlThis
This statement shocked her friends and andthey andtbey andthey
they admonished her to be careful in mak making nlakIng maklag ¬
ing allegations which might be imaginary imaginaryand Imaginaryand imaginaryand
and due to her nervous condition and isolation isola isolation isolatlon ¬
tion ia an hospital But she persisted and andrepeated andrepeated andrepeated
repeated them with such details as con convinced convlnced convinced ¬
vinced her friends and they tlteyaccordingly accordingly had badher hadher hadher
her removed as she begged piteously to tobe tobe tobe
be taken home homeIt homeIt homeIt
It is well known that many nervous nervouswomen nervouswOlllen nervouswomen
women make charges of improper liberties libertiesagainst libertiesagainst libertiesagainst
against physicians as the result of anaes anaesthetics anaesthetics anaesthetics ¬
thetics when undergoing operations operationsThis operationsThis operationsThis
This is notabjy the case among dentists whoadminister who whoadminister whoadmlni
administer admlni ter ether laughing gas etc It is ismore ismore ismore
more than possible that the young woman womanin womanIn womanin
in question may from rom this or some othercause other othercause othercause
cause be laboring under a similar delusion delusionHut delusionlJut delusionIlut
Hut in the face of her persistence and the Ihedetails thedetails thedetails
details she atlege lIegeof of the liberlielaken libertieg taken with withher withher withher
her at the Emergency hospital the GLOBS GLOBKsuggests GLOBSsuggests GLonssuggests
suggests an investigation Indeed the theinstitution tbeinatllutlon theinstitution
institution is entitled to demand such as asthe asthe asthe
the gravity of the charges made involve the thestaff thestair thestaff
staff of the Institution if not the useful usefulness WlelulneM usefulflees ¬
ness of the hospitalThe hospital hospitalThe hospitalThe
The minor complaint which have been beenreferred beenreCerred beenreferred
referred to embrace question of ventila ventilation ventilatlon ventilation ¬
tion and the indifference of the superin superintendent supedntendent auperintendent ¬
tendent to the sanitary environments of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the institution institutionThese instltutlol1Tllese institutionThese
These are properly mailers of opinion opinionupotfwhich opinionupoltwbich opinionupolvwhiclt
upotfwhich even medical practitioners prnclitionersdiffer pmctltlonersdiffer practitionersdiffer
differ some maintaining thai the ventila ventilation ventilatlon ventilatioa ¬
tion demanded by others is a dangerousdraft dangerous dangerousdraft dangerousdmCt
draft Injurious to the sick and convalescent convalescentalike convalescent convalescentalike convalescentIIUke
alike However the charges preferred bythe by byIhe bythe
the young white domestic calls for actionby action aclionby actionby
by the proper authorities The GLOBK will willfurnish wiltfurnish willfurnish
furnish the names on request of the authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties and desires to be distinctly understood understoodas
as leaving the question open as to tbe truth Irulhor truthor truthor
or the imagination of lhexyoung the youni womans womansallegations womansallegatious womansallegations
allegations pending an investigation into intothe Intothe Intothe
the same sameNow sameNow sameNow
Now England has been dared dare = by Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many to publish the Pauncefote corre correspondence correspondence correspoadence ¬
spondence touching the meeting of the Am Ambassadors Ambassadors Am Ambassadors ¬
bassadors on April 14 at which the subject subjectof subjectof
of coercing the United States in the Spanishembroglio Spanish Spanishernbrogllo Spanlsllembroglio
embroglio was clearly understood as tile Hieobject tileobject theobject
object of the call by the English Ambassa Ambassador Ambusador Ambassador ¬
dor But 1 England ngland will take the dare andkeep and andkeep andkee
keep kee on sniveling and lying as usualIt usual usualII usuaLIt
It appears that whena hero is wanted to toclimb toclimb toclimb
climb San Juan Hill knock down an assas assassin allHSsin assassin ¬
sin or stop frightened horses colored men menbecome menbecome menbecome
become impudently aggressive aggressve We ad admire admire admire ¬
mire however their self restraint in the thematter tl1 tl1matter the thematter
matter of public office fficethey they are the last to tobe tobe tobe
be appointed to humble positions and the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first to be bounced Poor niggerl niggerlThe nlRedThe niggerThe
The Grand Army badge did nut admit admitveterans admitveterans admitveterans
veterans to the th Capitol they saved on onThursday onTllursdaylast onThursday
Thursday Tllursdaylast last The flunky ticket of admis admission admission admission ¬
sion was required to admit the veterans and audthe andthe andthe
the general public to their own building buildingthus buildingthus buildingthus
thus teaching teachhj the mob another lesson on ontlie ontlie onthe
tlie Imperial Republics Monarchical Monarchicalmethods Monarchicalmetbods Monarchicalmethods
methods of doing things thingsIf
If in your carelessness you tread on the tbedelicate
corn of ora a man it tt doesnt indicate
he is no gentleman if he swears loud
long longno no matter where it occurs
Who are the Trustees Truste s of this thisDistrict thisDistrict thisDistrict
District InstitutionTHE Institution InstitutionTHE InstitutionTHE
OPLittlo Of Little Willie Wright which htplltn htplltnIngered En Endangered En EndunRoreil
dunRoreil Ills Life LifeBeaten Beaton It IsAlleged Is IsAlleged IsAlIoed
Alleged With a BIg Leather Strapon Strap Strapon a rap rapon
on His Nuito Body Until 1JntUBo IlntlllicYas IlntlllicYasBlack Ho > Wn WnBlack V s sBlack
Black All Over OverIf If These Th s Aliciatibns AlIcgAtr Alicia Allogaions
ions tr lIs Are True tho thdittendnnt thdittendnntShouhl the Attendant AttendantShould Attendant AttendantShould
Should Be Dismissed and Proseouted Prose Prosecuted Prosecutel
cuted outedIn cutedIn cutelIn
In the ill compiled Congressional Dire Directory Diretory Dirertore ¬
tory the District of Columbias Reform ReformSchool ReCormSchool ReforifiiSchool
School for boys as well as the Emergency
Hospital and other District institutions are arcomitted areomitted areomitted
omitted hence as a work of reference so sofar sofar eafar
far as the District is concerned It is utterly utterlyuseless utterlyuseless utterlyuseless
useless It is I true the Commissioner Commissionername COll1mi Conimiseionernames ioner ionernAm
name nAm and residences are given together togetherwith togethfrwith togetherwith
with all the clerks and officials of the Dis District Distrlet Dintrier
trict Building but we looked in vain for the thename t11 t11name ritename
name of the Superintendent of the Buys BoysReform BuysReCornl BuysReform
Reform School or any mention that thereis there thereis thereie
is such an institution in the District DistrictWe DIItrictVe DistrictWe
We Ve have ascertained however that the thegentlemans thegentlemans thegentlemans
gentlemans name is Shellenberger ibe lie will willexcuse wiliexcuse wtiiexcuse
excuse us if It is not spelled correctly j l and andthat andthat andthat
that he is superintendent at a nice salaryperquisites salary salaryperquisites al ry ryperquisites
perquisites etcWho etc etcWho etcWho
Who the trustees are or under whose whosesupervision wbosesupervision whosesupervision
supervision Superintendent Shcllenberger Shcllenbergeris
is we are in ignorance but that the home homeneeds homeneeds honeneeds
needs supervision the case in point we pre present present present
sent this life morning amply demonstrates demonstratesA
A little bit of a mite named Willie Wright Wrightwas Wrightwas
was recently flogged so severely with aleather a aleather aleather
leather strap that for a time there were wereserious wereserious wereserious
serious doubts of his recovery The big bigpenitentiaries bigpenitentiaries bigpenitentiaries
penitentiaries of the Northern States Sta e9 haveabolished have haveabolished haveabolished
abolished corporal punishment far hardened hardenedconvicts bllrdenedconvicts hardened hardenedconvicts
convicts on the demonstrated theory that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such punishment brutalized the officials officialswho officialswho officialswho
who inflicted it and did not reform reC rm the thecriminal thecrlmlual thecriminal
criminal The socalled so called reformatories andboys and andboys andboys
boys and girls reform schools still continues con continues contlnues ¬
tinues the brutal practice thus raising raisingmaterial raisingmaterial raisingmaterial
material to supply the demand of our penal penalInstitutions penalInstitl1t1ons penalinstitptions
Institutions InstitutionsIn Institl1t1onsIn
In toe tIe case of the little tot Willie Wright Wrightit
it is stated that a graduate of the institution institutionwho Institutionwho Institutionwho
who is employed as an attendant atten ant stripped strippedthe stnppethe strippedthe
the little fallow felluwnaked naked and applied a lied to his hisbody IU8de histt
tt de twin n obi fbig 1Iattfers Piffiti rit r1 i iI r ri
I i was b1ackiii tifac and d blue all over his litU litUbody little littlebody
body So severely was lie beaten that tic tichad IIChad uchad
had to remain on his cot and an was unable to toappear toappear toappear
appear for roll call The attendant became becamealarmed becamealarmed becamealarmedatthe
alarmed alarmedatthe at the effects of the brutal whipping
he administered and for a time as stated statedtie statedthe stateddtie
tie chances were even that little Willie had hadreceived hadreceived hadreceived
received his final beating on earth earthIf eartbIf earthIf
If the facts which have been brought to tothis totbis tothis
this office by a responsible citizen are true truein truein truein
in this case the GLOBS demands an inves investigation Invesligation ivesligation ¬
ligation of the same and if the attendant is isproven isproven
proven guilty that he be not only dismissed dismissedbut dismiSsedbut dismissedbut
but prosecuted for the brutal assault In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this advanced era of humane treatment for forhardened Corllardened forhardened
hardened criminals it is not demanding too toomuch toolIIucb toomuch
much to require that the little wards of the theDistrict theDistrict timeDistrict
District be raised without the brutal use pf pfclubs pfclubs pfclubs
clubs and leather straps The tendency in ininstitutions ininstitutions
institutions of this character is to leave too toomuch toomuch
much to the humanity of the superinten superintendent superintendent superintendent
dent and attendants by the board of visitors visitorsor
or trustees The same principle has worked workedincalculable workedIncalculable workedincalculable
incalculable evil in the Soldiers and Sailors SailorsOrphans SailorsOrphans tllors tllorsOrphans
Orphans Home at Xenia Ohio a chapter chapteron cbaptcon
on which we propose publishing in the near nearfuture nearfuture nearfuture
future The press of Ohio is in entire ig ignorance ignomnce mgnomuee
norance of the inside management of the theXenia tbeXenia theXenia
Xenia institution and the neglect with withwhich wHitwhich withwhich
which the lie children are treated by the home homeofficials homeoffiolala homeofficials
officials And yet this Xenia institution ia iaheld isheld 3 3held
held up as a model Soldiers and Sailors SailorsOrphans SailorsOrphaus SailorsOrphans
Orphans Home for the entire country countrywhich countrywhlob countrywhich
which only goes to show that the best and andmost andmost andmost
most humane intentiohs of legislatures and andphilanthropists andphilanthropists andphilanthropists
philanthropists may be neutralized by the theperfunctory theperfunctory theperfunctory
perfunctory performance of the duties im imposed imposed imposed ¬
posed upon boardsof boards tof visitors and trustees trusteesWe trusteesWe trusteesWe
We hope that the District home for boys boyswill boyswill boyswill
will be looked into and the case of Willie WillieWright WitlieWrlRbt WillieWright
Wright thoroughly investigated investigatedLast in investigatedLast vesligatedLl1st
Last of the Ceremonies for Prince PrinceHenry PrinceHonry Princehenry
Henry HonryThe henryThe HenryThe
The serenade to Prince Henry F Fnight y ynight ynight
night at the German Embassy was a r r ig ignificent g gnificent 11 11nlficent
nificent success and a fitting conclusion to tothe tothe tothe
the entertainment of the prince rfnce in the na nations natlons hatioits ¬
tions Capital Prof Emil Holer had his hissingers hissingers hissingers
singers trained to the limit and the chorus choruswas choruswas choruswas
was all that a German chorus usually isperfection is isperfection isperCection
perfection perfectionAt
At 9 90clock oclock the procession of the German Germansocieties Germansocieties Germansocieties
societies moved movedheaded headed Ilf aded by a division of oftorch oftorch oftorch
torch bearers on the German Embassy from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Rathskeller Eighth and B streetsnorthwest streets streetsnorthwest atreetsnorthwt
northwest Douchs band led le the first di division divielon division
vision Then came the singers eighty eightystrong eightysirung eightystrong
strong under Prof Holer flambeau bearers beareraattended bearersattended bearersattended
attended the singers while another division divisionof
of torch bearers closed the procession al alunder a1under als alsunder
under command of Chief Marshal Voelck Voelckner Voelckuer Voelckner
ner At the conclusion conel sion of the serenade serenadewhich sertnadcwhich serenadewhich
which consisted of three songs President PresidentWilliam PresidentWilliam PresidentWilliam
William Blterlck presented to Prince Henry Henryand lIenryand Henryand
and Ambassador Von Hollcben handsome handsomesouvenirs haudsomsouvenllll handsomesouvenirs
souvenirs The Ambassador made a short shortaddress sllortaddretl shortaddress
address of thanks on behalf of the Prince Princeand Princeand Princeand
and himself The procession returned r urned u uthe t tthe tthe
the Rathskeller where festivities and andspeeches andspeeches andspeeches
speeches were the order of the evening eveningThe evenIngThe eveningThe
The anniversary of the Irish patriot Rob Robert Rhert Robert
ert Emmett mmett will be beheld held in the Columbia Columbiatheater COIUtlbiatheater Colutibfatheater
theater in this city this Sunday evening eveningMr even1n even1nlIr eveningMr
Mr Tillman will address the monster meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing in New York City It ia worthy of note notethat notetbat notethat
that the Irish are ever foremost in keeping keepinglive keepfucatfve keeplugalive
alive live the spirit of liberty as genuine genuineAmericans gefufneAmericans genuineAmericana
Americans understand und rstand the term Whilehigh Whilehight While Whilehigh
high officials are lost ia admiration forarepresentative fora forarepresentative for a arepresentative
representative of monarchy the Irish Iridt cast costwreaths castwreaths castwreathe
wreaths on the tombs of Republican herM berosand herMand beroaand
and martyrs

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