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t From General Pearson the theBoer theBoer theBoer
Boer Representative RepresentativeCOWARDS RepresentativeGi
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The EiiRllHh ArnThns Ar Are Th Thus s Described by bythe bytho bythe
the Oeueral in a 1 Sidewalk Talk TalkWith TalkWith TalkWith
With the Editor or the rite GlobeThe Globe GlobeTho GloboTho
Tho Boers Will Fight Fluhtto to tho latest latestGeneration I4IltcstGcnerationlIov latestGonerationHow
GcnerationlIov Generation How the Irish Irl h Could CouldAchieve Couldohlcve Couldachieve
Achieve Independence by FinanKaally Finan Financially Plna Plnadally ¬
dally Aiding Aldin the Hoofs Who Arc ArcSeventhTent lrcSeventhTenths tireoventh
SeventhTent oventh Tonths ha French Instead of ofDutch ofutch ofdluteh
Dutch DutchThe dlutehf utch utchThe
f The editor of Jtlie 1 QlOB qLOBIl lltobn had a sidewalkghat sidewalk sidewalkchat sidewalkhat
chat hat with Generariitarson Gen Gen8r fml iapraon rson of the Boer Boerarmy IJoerarmy Doerarmy
army a week Ago a o In fropt of the Postal PostalTelegraph PostalTele PostalTelegraph
+ Telegraph Tele rapb office on the Avenue Intro Introdiced Introdced Introdiced
diced by Col Charlie Clar1 Edwards Secretary Secretaryof
of the Democratic p Gfltifcressional Commit Commitiee Committee Commitsee
see tee and who knows everybody from Texas Texasto
to Washington worth knowing the Doer Boergeneral Doerguseral Doergeueral
general opened hi hill bosom and talked unreservedly un unreservedly unretlervedly ¬
reservedly to sympathetic ears Said Gen General General General ¬
eral Pearson PearsonThe PearsonThe PearsonThe
The greatest greatest difficulty I encounter in of ofa ofa ofa
a financial character I am hamstrung in inmy Inmy Inmy
my operations owing to lack of fundsOnly funds fundsOnly fundIOaly
Only yesterday I received a cable no nomoney noDloney nomoney
money I can fight alright like all other otherBoers ottlerBoers oilierBoers
Boers but I cannot beg I would willingly willinglyexchange willinglyexchange willinglyexchange
exchange places in the field with anyone of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my compatriots comp < 1trlotl In fact I envy them theirmore their theirmore theirmore
more congenial tasks fa Ilks of aliasing the Eng English Ung1IJs English ¬
lishTo lish To change the current of the distressing distressingfiduciary dlstre distressingfiduciary 6lng 6lngfiduciary
fiduciary revelations of the general we weasked weasked weasked
asked askedWere
Were you born in South Africa AfricaYes AfricaYesI AfricaYesI
Yes YesI I am an Africander of Danish Danishdescent thanlsltdescent Danishdescent
descent descentYou descentYou descentYou
You are not of Dutch descent then thenVery thenVery thenVery
Very few Boers are surprisingly surprlsln ly re responded reo reosponded responded ¬
sponded the general generalI
I am amused he continued at the thevast thevast thevast
vast amount of misinformation I have foundin found foundm
in m n this country countr touching this and other otherphases otherphases otherphases
phases of the Boer question In the first firstplace firstp1ace firstplace
place not less than seventenths of the theBoers theBoers theBoers
Boers are of French descent and about three threetenths threetenths threetenths
tenths Dutch and other nationalties AU All of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the generals as you will perceive have haveFrench baveFrench haveu
u French names and the the mink nk and ai lJfl 1filernain 1filernaintafda fileMain fileMaintain fil aill ailltailtll
tain tailtll almost an equal preponderance reJtJridrance or orFrench orFrench ofh
h French blood blood Of course some ome of it is ismixed ismixed ismixed
mixed with Dutch and other races but the themajority tbemajority themajority
majority is essentially French You Americans Amer Americans Americans ¬
icans take your information of the rest ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the world from the most stupendous and andgigantic andJpgal1tic andgigantic
gigantic liars in the world worldthe the English EnglishIn
In fact it has gotten to be an accepted acceptedaxiom acceptedaXiOll acceptedaxiom
axiom among the Boers that an English Englishspeaking nn Englishspeaking Ush UshJpeall
speaking Jpeall ing person must lie or croke It is isnecessary isuecessary isnecessary
necessary to his existence to lie and lie all alliay alllay allday
< day lay as well as all night and the general generalsmiled generalsmiled eneral eneralsmiled
smiled at his unintentional punDid pun punDid punDld
Did you kuow the late Cecil Rhodes Rhodesthe Rhodesthe Rhodesthe
the general was asked askedYes askedYes askedYes
Yes At one time in his career Rhodes Rhodeswas Rhodeswa Rhodeswas
was wa our leader He was w s the most pro proAfricander proAfricander proAfricander
Africander in South Africa He had theenure the theentire theenUre
enUre confidence of our people because of ofbis ofh ofy
y his h s hostility to British imperialistic designs designsIndeed desigusIndeed
1 Indeed Indeedformed Rhodes was placed at the fcbad andis and andformed aadformed
formed his is cabinet along anti antiBritish Brit h lines linesHow UnesHow linesl
l How and an whence came the change changeWell cbllllgeWell changer
Well Rhodes hada had scheme which theBeers the theBoers theBoers
r Boers considered denationalization and we weseparated wec1arated weseparated
separated > on that ground His idea was wassn wassnAfrican an anAfrican n nAfrican
African Federation in which we would be beslates bestates
slates 5 ates and subordinate or coequal co aqual with the theothers thedhers tbeohers
others and of which Rhodes was to be bepresident beresldent bepresident
president > resldent and dictator or as you Americanscomprehensively Americans Americanscomprehensively Americansc
comprehensively c > express it the whole wholething1 wholetiing wholething
thing thing1Have
Have the British killed as I many Boers Boersas Boersas Boersas
as their dispatches indicate indicateThe IndIcateThe indicateThe
The general laughed outright as he re replied reo reo1I1ied replied ¬
plied in da broad an English accent as a aLiverpool aIiverpoo
t Liverpool Liverpool merchant merchantThere merchantThere merchantThere
There is where their bloody lying you youknow youknow ou ouknow
know comes in If your country had not notfought notfought notfought
fought us there would not be an English Englishsoldier Eng11shsoldier Englisiisoldier
soldier outside the Cape CapeYou CapeYou CapeYou
You mean the New Orleans Orleansand and Missourilimps Missouri Missouricfctups Missouriwps
limps cfctupsYes limpsYes wps wpsYes
Yes and the recruiting permitted or orwinked orwnked orwnked
wnked at in not only these places but in inthe In1he inibe
the Philippines PbllipplnesbY by your now masters the themilitary tbemilitary themilitary
military satraps satrapsThe satrapsTbe satrapsThe
The general Iteneralspoke spoke bitterly for some time timen timecn
cn > n the sympathetic as well as practical practicalassistance practicala5listance practicalassistance
assistance of our military and even naval navalofficers navalfficers navalfficers
fficers with the English nn Usll and again to tocnange tochange todangc
change the currrent of hisxthoughts we weasked weafoked weasked
asked askedHave
Have you met our Secretary of State StateHon StateHon StateHon
Hon John HayNu Hay HayNo HayN
No N I have never had a personal Interview inter interview Interview ¬
view with Mr Hay nor with Secretary SecretaryChamberlain SecretaryChamberlain Secretaryihamberlaln
Chamberlain but I know the men prettytoroughly pretty prettythoroughly prettyt10rou
thoroughly t10rou hly and to be frank with you I Ican 1can Ican
can serf sel no difference whatever in not only onlythe onlvthe onlythe
the sympathies but the actions of both bothihese botht bothihese
ihese t gentlemen We Boers recognizenem recognize recognizehem recoll ize izehem
hem as coldblooded deadly enemies elour of ofour orl1r
our l1r cause and our childrens children will willrmember wlUr willremember
remember r member their thelrllame names and the generals generalslips generalB generalBI generalstips
lips I ps closed tightly while his eyes flashed a asuppressed af1Jpprellsed as
suppressed s indignation or hatred Resamng Re Resuming Rel1mlnr ¬
suming after awile the conversation he hesaid hesaid hei
i said among other things thingsThis thingsTbis thingsThis
This talk about peace will amount tonothing to tonothing toJlothing
nothing in the end The last Boer mustdie must mustdie muatdie
die before England will be acknowledged acknowledgedmaster acknowledaedmaster acknowledgedI
I I master in the two republics republicsHer r republicsHer Ublics UblicsHer
Her cruelties towards our women and andChildren andhildren andchiidren
Children < and her barbarous system of warfare war warfare warfare
fare on these innocent noncombatanta will willnever wl11neTer willnever
never be forgiven or forgotten Generation Generationafter Generationafter Generationafter
after generation of Boers will transmit the thetory tbettory thetory
ttory tory and it will be repeated with Englands Englandsfinal Enrlandsfinal Englandstrial
final requiem when the Boers drive them theminto themintQ theminto
into the sea as they will ultimately do de depile depite despite
spite pile the aid of socalled so alled republics republicsWe republicsVe republicstVe
We Ve Doers were as prosperous and as aswealthy aswealtby aswealthy
wealthy as you average averase Americans butneither but butneither butneitherpr
neither neitherpr prosperity sperU nor wealth weaned wean cd us usfrom usfrom usfrom
from the love of liberty or made us > forget forgetIts forjfetits forgetIts
Its boly cause We have risked and sacri acri
t I
ficedJall and if we had to do it over again againour againour againour
our men women women and children would anti unanimously ultnhuously antiiinously ¬
imously vote vo e for a repetition of the sacrifice sacrificerather lIacrlficerather sacrificerather
rather rather than abandon our ideals or become becomethe becometbe becomethe
the bondmen of men we despise on the thebattlefield thebattlefield thebattlefield
battlefield and will notbelieve in the Senatr SenatrIf SenatIf SenatrIfthe
If Ifthe the Irish of the United States would wouldcontribute wouldcontribute wouldcontribute
contribute even twenty twentyfive five cents each wewould we wewould wewould
would do more towards the liberation of oftheir oftheir
their country by beating England to her herknees herkk1ees herkhees I
knees than they have themselves accompushed accom accomplished accompUshed ¬
pUshed in ilthe the last eight hundred years It Itis ItIs Itis
is born in our blood taken in with our ourmothers ourmothers ourmothers
mothers milk and demonstrated from fro youth youthto youthto youiito
to manhood and from manhood to the grave gravethat gravethat gravethat
that men who speak the English tongue tongueare tonRueare longueare
are cowards and their prowess less to befeared be befeared befeared
feared than the spear armed savages our ourwomen ourwomen ourwomen
women women and boys are accustomedjto master masterand nlasterand masterand
and command commandWe commandWe commandWe
We are fearless in front of an English foe foefive fo fofive foefive
five times our number and we never never hesilate hesi hesitate hesitate ¬
tate to fight them on such terms Ourarms Our Ourarms Ourarms
arms munitions and supplies we take from fromthrice Fromthrice fromthrice
thrice our number whenever opportunitypresents opportunity opportunitypresents opPQrtunitypresents
presents itself No the English soldier soldiercan soldiercan soldiercan
can never never keep a Boer like he doesthe does doesthe doesthe
the Irishmen in subjection and the Boer Boerwill Boerwill Boerwill
will never disarm to make it possible for forcowardly forcowardly forcowardly
cowardly to rule brave men as is the cane canewith ca cawith cagey cageywith
with the Irish of IrelandThe Ireland IrelandThe IrelandThe
The general is of medium height trimbuild trim trimbuild trimbuild
build and has the appearance appear nce accent and andmanners andmanners andmanners
manners of the wellbred middleclass niiddieclassEnglishman middleclassEnglishman middle clan clanUngllshman
Englishman whom he despises with suchemphasis such suchemphasis suchemphasis
emphasis If the general is I the typical typijjalBoer typlplDoer typicalBoer
Boer of his race England assuredly 1ms 1msthe b1the lrsethe
the job of her life to wipe him off the face faceof faceof faceof
of the earth for in no other way can she shebring sllebrlni shebring
under underKNOCKS underKNOCKS It ItKNOCKS
bring his proud soul
The Sunday Globe Magazine lIII zlne De Dcnhed Denied Henled ¬
nied the Second Class MiiUinu MiiUinuPrivileges lUull1l1 lUull1l1Pllvllccs MahIIiiPrivileges
Privileges PrivilegesMr PllvllccsMr
Mr Madden Third Assistant Postniaster PoatiunaterGeneral PostniasterGeneral Iosh aater aaterGeneral
General has it appears knocked us out ofcontinuing of ofcontinuing ofcontinuing
continuing the publication of the SUNDAY SUNDAYGLOBE SUNDAYGLOBE Y YGLODS
GLOBE MAGAZINE the first number of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which we issued Match Mal ch 30 and the secondnumber second secondnumber econdnUluber
number of which is due the first Sunday in inMay InMay inMay
May The Bedek Publishing Company Companysends CQntpanysends Companysends
sends us the following communication communicationwhich communicationI comiutmicatlonwhich
I which explains itselfTIE Itself ItselfTUB ItselFIIIB
51 East 19111 Street StreetNBW StreetN StreetNisw
NBW N w YORK April flpril9 I ril 9 1902 1902TUB 1901Timle 90 90TnH
GKNTLKMEN We regret very much that thatowing thatowing thatowing
owing to the recent decision of the postal postalauthorities pOttll1authorities postalauthorities
authorities a large number of publishersusing publishers publlllherllusing publishersusing
using My ly Lady have been notified tha in inthe inthe inthe
the future they will be denied McandelM McandelMrates Hcond Hcondrates etnas etnasrates
rates when mailing the magazine in connec connection conuntlonwitk conueetion ¬
tion tlonwitk with their gublitiatiauft JUIWiatiGwiIn g tbUcsdfassIn Un view of ofthis f fthfs rthfs
thfs fact we have been compelled to tem temporarily temporarily tentporarily ¬
porarily suspend publication until we can canobtain canobtain anobtain
obtain a favorable ruling from Washington WashingtonWe
We are using usin every effort to this end and andalthough andalthough andalthough
although matters of this kind move very veryslowly veryslowly veryslowly
slowly we expect by September at thelatest the thelatest thelatest
latest to be In a position to offer iVy Lady Ladyfor Lad Ladfor Ladyfor
for use as originally proposed but do notthink not notthink notI
I think it wise to ship further numbers untilthis until untilthis untili
i this ruling is obtained obtainedIt
It will be a pleasure to inform you when whenthe wbentbe whenthe
the service will be resumed and we trust trustyou trustyou trustyou
you may be in a position to again use the themagazine thema timemagazine
magazine magazineThanking ma magazineThanking azlne azlneThanking
Thanking you for past favors favorsVery favorsVery favorsVery
Very truly yoursTimE yours yoursTUB Y01rsTilE
In the issue from this office March 30 timepostmaster the thepostmaster thepostmaster
postmaster under the rule refused the theprivilege tbepriYi1ege theprivilege
privilege of secondclass mailing mai1in rates rale J tothe to tothe tothe
the magazine and we were compelled to topay topay topay
pay oostage The SUNDAY GLOBE has the theprivilege tileprivilege theprivilege
privilege of Secondclass mailing rates but butthis butthil butthis
this it appears from the Bedek Companys Companysletter Companysletter Companysletter
letter is denied the magazineMr magazine magazineMr maaazlneMr
Mr Milton Smiley of the Custom House HouseColumbus HouseColumbus HouseColumbus
Columbus Ohio made the GLOBE a pleasant pleasantcall pleasantcall pleasantcall
call Friday Frida last Mr Smiley is a faithful faithfuland faithfuland CalthfulI
I and popular official officialfhe officialI officialThe officialThe
The Masonic Fair is a splendid ihid deserved de deserved deserved ¬
served success When the Masoqs put their theirshoulders theirs theirshoulders
shoulders s oulders to the wheel the machine cjicu cjiculates evculates eijcuhates
lates one thousand revolutions to the minuteThe minute minuteThe minuteThe
The man who is satisfied with the present presentDistrict presentDI presentDfetrict
District DI trlct torm of government which disfran disfranchises dlsfranI diafranchises ¬
I chises him has the soul of a a slave slayeand and lacks lacksthe lacksI lacksthe
I the essential qualification of American citi citizenship citizen citizenshiplove ¬
zenshiplove zen zenship shiplove love of liberty libertyTaxpayers libertyTaxpayers libertyTaxpayers
Taxpayers in Washington must feel feelcharmed Feelcharmed feelcharmed
charmed at going olng up to the captains desk deskand deskand deskand
and settling settlln annually with no more right to tosay tosay tosay
say how their taxes shall be expended than thana
The Presidents vetoes are becoming becomingmore becomingmore becomingmore
more numerous since Congress accepts acceptsthem acceptsthem acceptsthen
them with such grace Even Itv n it has swal swallowed swallowed swatlowed ¬
lowed the jugglers juggl = rs trick in the census per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent law The President knows his men menMarcus menMarcus menMarcus
Marcus A Hanna is and has been thehead the thehead tbehead
head of the junto depriving veterans of life lifepensions lifepensions tlfepensions
pensions to which they are entitled This Thisdoes Thledoes Thisdoes
does not however lessen Evans diabolical diabolicalrulings diabolicalrulings diabolicalrulings
rulings and offenses against the soldier his lifewidow hisWidow hiswidow
Widow and his orphans orphansWhile orphansWhile orphansWhile
While Congress is legislating for Cuban Cubanand Cubanlnd Cubanand
and Filipino it would not be abad Mlldea idea to torestore torestore torestore
restore to American citizenship the vUncon vUnconvicted uuconvlcted unionnvtcted
victed residents of the District of Columbia ColumbiaIn
In all other portions of tile tl e Republic the theonly theonly theonly
only citizens disfranchised are the crimi criminals criminals eriminags
nals in the penitentiaries Are Are residents r ldents of ofthis oftbill ofthis
this District unconvicted and even ven unac unaccused unaccused unaccased
cused of crime to be treated the same J ame as asconvicts asconvicts asconvicts
convictsAnd convictsAnd convicts convictsAnd
And now the liquor interest proposes toshow to tohow toallow
allow how its teeth Colonel Thompson of Ken Kenucky Kentucky Kentucky
ucky tucky says that the long haired men andshort and andhort andahort
short hort haired women temperance fanaticshave fanatics fanaticslave fanaticshave
have lave had full swing with legislatures le illiaturea andstatesmen and andtalesmen andstatesmen
statesmen Colonel Thompson will observe observehat observethat observethat
that hat the consumption of liquor has not notalien rotfallen ot otfallen
fallen off despite the efforts of the very re repectable respectable re reepectable
pectable people mentioned The colonel colonelis
is a hi lathe the Capital to stay in the lobby until untilCongress untilCongress untilCongress
Congress adjourns
Some Recent Scandalous Hap Happenings flappeningsin Rappeningsin
peningsin penings in the theiInstitution theiInstitutionBREAKS Institution IInstltutionBREAKS InstitutionBREAKS
Of ora a female reutale JNurses Room RoomlJrink RoomlJrinkIng RoomDrinking Drink Drinking
ing Dispensary Whisky With Y1 h Sam Somior Samor Someor
or the Female Nurses NUr8CSHlgh High Jlnkp JlnkpAmong Jink JinkAmong Jlnk1iAmong
Among the Bugs BugsRichardson BugsRichardson1eatroys iUciiardsoi iUciiardsoiDestroys Rl iiardsol iiardsolJ iiardsole8tr
Destroys e8tr ys All the Cedar freestVlts freestVltsnessinIr J Trees reesWIt reesWItnellslnl Wit Witnesslnjr
nesslnjr Operations or it t t Nameless NamelessCharacter NnmelcsCharacter NRmelcssOhnractl1r
Character Ohnractl1rScarcelv CharacterScarcely CharacterScarcely
Scarcely had bad Dr Rlchardjnn Richard n again re resumed resumed resumed
sumed the duties of superl superintendent ender endclt t wher wheran whcn whcnan
an event oocurred at St Bllanbeth whtej whtejup whlc w1ilCltup 1I 1Iup
up to present publicity has been een SUCCCM SUCCCMfully UCCeM succeMfully UCCeMFul1y
fully repressed The night physician it itcharge hi hichnrte incharge
charge is reputed to be a mast excellent excellentand ejcellentand excellentand
and conscientious official who wb in the UI Ian Iangusge Ianguage lauguage
guage of the employes neither iijonkevi iijonkeviwith utdnkeya utdnkeyawith onkeva onkevawith
with the female nurses nor hits bit flee tU 1 dis dispensary dispensary dispensary
pensary whisky but who attends strictly strictlito strictlyto
to hUt Iii duties Although eontparsti comparatively comparativelyyoung e1y a ayounr ayoung
young man he is grave rave without Veiuf Veiufaustere beiug beiugaustere iUl iUlaUltere
austere and a disciple of Galen from his hithead hisllead hishead
head to his hi feet loving lovin his chosen pro profeseion profllHion profession
feseion and giving the full benefit of hieattainments hie hieattainments hisattsinments
attainments and tknowledge to the unfor unfortunate I1nfortuuate nnforttmate
tunate patients This physician has en endeavored endeavored endeavored
deavored to tJ enforce some discipline among amongthe amongthe mon monthe
the night force orce of subordinates including includingthe includingthe
the young internes inlernesor or assistant Il sistant physicians physiciansThe phfSlciansThe phisiciansThe
The GLOBS makes this tbl charge on the in information inforrtlation inforuration <
formation furnished it by employes of th thinstitution the theInMtltution theinstitution
institution who whb will establish its truth before be before before ¬
fore a Congressional ConJres lonal investigating com comuiittee COtmlttee comudttee
uiittee uiitteeBut mltteeBut udtteeBut
But a more serious and withal semi ludicrous ludi ludicrous ludlcroullncident ¬
crous croullncident incident recently occurred as stated statedafter statedafter statedafter
after the return of Dr Richardson w which whicliassuredly whichalsuredly hiela hielaassuredly
assuredly culls for prompt and Immediate Immediateinvestigation Immediateinveltlgation immediatainvestigation
investigation It is I to this hls effect effectIt effectIt effectIt
It appears appears to have become somewhat of t tpractice a apractl apractice
practice practl e for many of the male employes employesincluding enlployesIncluding employesinclining
including inclining a few of the tb young internee intern to tcvisit tovisit tovisit
visit socially the rooms of some of line linefemale lIe lIefemale he hefemale
female nurses The dispensary dltip ntary whisky whiskycomplained whi whiskycomplained y ycomplained
complained of by the night physician hoe hoebeen ba8been gasbeen
been consumed in these nocturnal nocturnal reuuibuc reuuibucThe reullftiuThe re uufbus uufbusThe
The incident Occurred white attisit was be being being being ¬
ing paid by one of the younger younget youa i ftbjjAicianito physicians physicianstothe
to tothe tiie room of one of the rt f fetnale tnpes tnpesThe ur UfMII UfMIITile i iThe >
The QtOBB G n has h the names namlll1Qtft of tUeoouple t eudbrg eoapir lfp1 but butwithhold butwitlahofd butwitbhofds
withhold them at presppt pres re lfnitffrig an anMsttotr any auyOt anyaatisra
Msttotr QijiBgms Ot < sr fhiti few nflrtrfnrendenr nflrtrfnrendenrdeems sttiteeinMisAen sttiteeinMisAendeems l1tQk t tdeems
deems proper pro er to take in intae te tile premises premisesAfter premlHIAfter premisesAfter
After enjoying each others society and ic icis It Itis itis
is presumed but not charged some of tin tindispensary tbedispensary thedispensary
dispensary whisky and other good things tbingsthe t1l1l1gsthe thingsthe
the young physician prepared to dpartand dpart departand dpartand
and go to his own room somewhere near nearthe uCarthe nearthe
the midnight hour Inserting his key in inthe Inthe inthe
the lock to let himself out by some some mischance mis mischance ml mlchance ¬
chance the key was broken while turning turningand turningand turningand
and before it had unlocked the door Here Herewas Herewas Herewas
was a dilemma The windows of course coursewere coursewere coursewere
were barred and exit by that r oute route cut off offThe offrhe offThe
The only manner of leaving the room open opento opento opento
to the doctor was through tliedoorway the doorway and andthat nndthatwalclosedFastby andthat
thatwalclosedFastby that was wasclosedfastby closed fast by the broken key Whatwas What Whatwas Whatwas
was to be done To give an an alarm was wasof wallof wasof
of course to give himself and companion companionaway companionaway companionaway
away to those who would come to the therescue therescue therescue
rescue Ordinarily any man would heal hesitate hesltate healtate ¬
tate under such circumstances for the sake sakeof sakeof sakeof
of the lady inolved inolvedBut iDllolvedBut indolvedBut
But in St Elizabeths more freedom exists existsand existsand existsand
and is allowable because of the affinities affinitiesexisting affinitiesexistng affinitiesexisting
existing professionally speaking be between between between ¬
tween t e employes male and female and andespecially andespeciallY andespecially
especially between physicians and nurses nurstswhose nursnwbose nurseswhose
whose joint duties compels them to oblite obliterate obliterate obllterate ¬
rate or waive those conventional lines of ofdemarkation ufdemarkation ofdemarkation
demarkation observed between the sexesin sexes sexesin sexesIn
in the ordinary pursuits of life For in instance instance instance ¬
stance female nurses must or do attend attendoperations attendoperations attendoperations
operations in the presence of half a dozen doeenJo dozenyoung dozenyoung
young Jo ng physicians which cannot be namedin named namedin na ed edIn
in a newspaper outside the patent p tent medicine medicineadvertisement medicine medicineadvertisement medicineadvertisement
advertisement department of the average averagedailies averagedailies averagedailies
dailies These particular ailments for forwhich forwhlcb forwhich
which operations sometimes become neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary are confined to the male sex and the theintelligent theintelUieni theintelligen
intelligent reader can easily imrmise urm1se their theirnature tbelrnature theirnature
nature without further particularijation particularijationRecently partcularlfatlonRecently particularisation particularisationRecently
Recently in performing an operation of thischaracter this thischaracter thischaracter
character the assisting younjr yount physicians physicianswere physicianswere physicianswere
were seen to blush fnriously fnriouslypt It t the unexpected unex unexpected unexpected ¬
pected and unusual unl18t al action of tie te part being beingoperated beingope beingoperated
ope operated rated on but the female nurjm nur es s exhibited exhibitedonly exhibitedollly exhibitedonly
only more intense interest and an curiosity as asthey asthey asthey
they gazed open mouthed arid a tip toed to tojet toget toget
get a better view of the operation operationBut oPFrationlBut I IBut
But all this time We we ve have been leaving leavinglie leavingtile leavingthe
tile lie doctor and nurse locked up upIn in tlie theroom theroomof room roomf
of > f the latter with a broken key keyLln ke in the lockAnd lock lockAnd
And 1 now For e the rescue or as L he novelist novelistwould i iwould noveUstwould
would say the DBNOUKMKNT ona ouaataNT ouaataNTThey j
They were liberated gentle ireader that thats thatIs thatIs
Is s to nay the doctor got out by tke ttte door way wayind wayand wayand
and retired to his own quarter1 quartert wtiil while the themrst thenurse thenurse
nurse retired to her virtuous L couch and andilaced andplaced andplaced
placed ilaced a chair against the door after looking lookingmdsr lookingunder lookingunder
under the bed for another anoh r man ma l ltihe ryhre r rhjbe
hjbe doctor pounded on tils door or orouelud ortouehed ortouched
touched an electric button or insomi other othervay otherway otherway
way it is presumed admoiiishijd admonish d his hs res resmers rescuers reacuers
cuers of his predicament and the U1e tl a door was wasinallv wasfinalh wasfinally
finally opened He has been th tine subject of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he gossips around the asylum si since not the theiccurrence timeoccurrence theoccurrence
occurrence and with the result that theaffair the theiffair theaffair
affair has gotten into the GLOBB Gto a with withhe withtbe withthe
the he hope that an investigation into this andother and andither andother
other happenings in the institution may be bemd behad behad
had to the end that their truth or falsity falsity or orixaggeratlon orexaggeration orexaggeration
exaggeration maybe determined It is pos poslible po poestble I Isible
lible that the doctor was in the nurses room roomirofessionally roomproFelslonaUy roomprofessionally
professionally or in pursuance of his duty dutymd dutyand dutyand
and md that the breaking of the th key in the theock thelock
lock can be satisfactorily atisf etorny and naturally ex exilained explain explained I
plain plained ilained ed but the many stories storf s reaching re c lng this thisiffice thisoffice thisoffice
office and even the determination of Borne Borneif 80meof someof
of if the employes to resign shortly onaccount on oniccount onaccount
account of what they term as the dreadfulgoioga dreadful dreadfulolngs dreadfulgol1KS
gol1KS olngs on at the asylum among some Ome of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he men and women employes Indicatespretty Indicates Indicatesiretty Indicatespretty
pretty clearly that Dr Richardson Richartw n fs a repeat repeatllzabeths repeatIng repeating
Ing his ltassl11on Ohio te tecdrr qr at t StElizabeths St StnUzabeth
llzabeths nUzabeth s and that the Prei1 Vifi rclJI1ij BQfi Sf cannot cannotny cannotany cannotany
any ny too soon appoint his successor uc < < to f to save savehe savethe savethe
the he institution from Utter demoralisation demoralisationV dern demoral allt fonl foni lon
1 V
i I
To the Story of Coronando the theSpaniard theSpaniard theSpaniard
Spaniard SpaniardWE SpaniardWE SpaniardWE
Having Havln Written llItcn tnUu an n Illustrated itiuatrated tratetl Full FullPaso Ijii Ijiiago L LP
Paso P ago O Story St ry for the San Francisco FranciscoChronicle PraneiscoOhrntliololrom FranciscoChronicle
Chronicle Ohrntliololrom From this City 011 Over Two TivoYears TwoYenr TwoYears
Years Ago Which We Dug nU Up In the thoBureau thenurea theBureau
Bureau of EthnologyThe Ethnology The Now NowCommissioner NowCommissioner NowCommissioner
Commissioner or Pensions Credited CreditedWith OrcdlretlVltb CreditedWith
With the Discovery DiscoveryThe D1 DiscoveryTime ovey oveyThe
The story a ory of Coronando the Spaniard Spaniardftho Spaniardwho Spaniardwlit
who wlit ISA l a band of his countrymen from fromMexico fromlf fromMexico
Mexico lf xfco to Kansas in n search earch of a mountain mountainOf
Of gold while De Sote was exploring the theMississippi theMlssl theMississippi
Mlssl Mississippi slppl was written by tlie tile editor of the theGLOBK tileGLOBB timeGLomsa
GLOBK two years ago for the San Francisco FranciscoChronicle FranciscoC FranciscoChronicle
Chronicle C ro l dt We W mention this fact because becausewe
we have recently read in the press that the thenew tbenew timenew
new Commissioner of Pensions pensions > eu lons unearthed unearthedthis uneartlledtblsstory unearthedthis
this tblsstory story and gave it to the public publicTlie publicTlie publicTime
Tlie circumstances under which we com composed COinpoHd composed ¬
posed the article arc ra these theseThe theaeThe theseThe
The correspondent corre flondent of the Chronicle in inthis Inthllll inlids
this city clt was instructed by his paper P er to towrite towrite towrite
write something on the Shafroth bill for forthe Forthe forthe
the preservation preserv tlonoF of the prehistoric ruins in inColorado inCotorado inColorado
Colorado and New Mexico MexicoThe MexicoTbe MexicoThe
The Casa Ca8 Grand and other majestic and andinteresting andinteresting nd ndInhreMtinf
interesting ruins of prehigtoricraces prehlltoric ces were wereparticularised wereparticularized wereparticularized
particularized The correspondent turned turnedthe turnedthe turnedthe
the matter over to us and we made some in investigations InvestlIRtloll8 inveetigatious ¬
vestigations in < n the Congressional Conlrel6h nal Library Libraryand Libraryand Libraryand
and Bureau of Ethnology EthnologyAt EthnologyAtthiJ
At AtthiJ this latter bureau we obtained plate plateillustrations plateillustrations plateillustrations
illustrations of many of the more ntore important importantruins im importantruins ortant ortantrulna
ruins Professor McGee was absent in the theI tbeVest timeVeet
I West Vest Indies at the time but from his rep repres rep1esenttive representative
1esenttive res ntative in the bureau we incidentally incidentallyot Incldental1ygpt incidentallySot
Sot ot the first inkling of the wonderful story storyOf storyof storyof
Of Coronandos march Following Fol owln up the thelend thelend thelead
lend we developed the matter arid covered coveredthe coveredthe coveredthe
the entire front page p < 1ge of the Chronicle with withthe wltlsthe withthe
the story and illustration illustrationWe illustrationsWe
We Ve delivered copies of the Chronicle to toCongressman toCongressman toCongressrnaa
Congressman Shafroth and the Bureau of ofEthnology ofRthnolon ofEtimology
Ethnology The ofBciafs of the bureau bureauwere bureauwere bureauwere
were much pleased and highly compli complimented compUtnented cowplirented ¬
rented us on the production while Mr MrShefroth 1IrSh MrShofroth
Shefroth Sh froth also expressed his thanks and andap andappreclation ap appreciation appredation ¬
predation preciationNo preclationNo predationNo
No writer en the American press up to toth totyt4aJa tottp
th ttp tyt4aJa daj aia of the publication Qf our story on onfhc ouJ ont9e
t9e taplbewmilsr J grad 4 wer everwritten worn wornn ee eefh
fh fhc n subject either in magazine newspaper newspaperAr neVsp newspaperor per perr
Ar r book The article was published in i theChronicle the theChronicle theCkroicle
Chronicle over our full signature sl nature and was wasthought wasthought wasthought
thought so highly of that it was given the theplace theplace theplace
place of honor honorNow honorNow honorNow
Now if the new Commissioner of Pen Pensions PenI Pensfona ¬
I sions who is being credited with having Lavingrecently havingrecently bayingrecently
recently discovered this wonderful Span Spaniard Spaniard Spanlard ¬
iard will apply at the Bureau of i > f Ethnology Ethnologyor
or write the publishers of the San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco QhroMcle Chro ide he will discover that a poor poorspace poorspace poorspace
space writer disqualified by politics from fromholding fromholdln fromholding
holding holdln a clerkship iu his bureau burelluwrote burelluwrotethe wrotethe wrote wrotethe
the history of the adventurous Coronando Coronandoand Coronaudoand Coronandoand
and his celebrated march from Mexico Mexicoacross Zllextcoacross Mexicoacross
across the plains of Texas to the present presentstate presentstate presentstate
state of Kansas with five hundred men all allbut allbut allbut
but a few of whom left their bones to towhiten towhiten towhiten
whiten the long and dreary trail trailA trailA traitA
A most remarkable incident happened happenedduring bappenedduring happenedduring
during tCoronandos march Au Indianwoman Indian Indianwoman Indianwoman
woman who left or deserted his caulp one onenight onenight onenight
night after walking throughout the nightand night nightand nightand
and a portion portlollof of the next day came sud suddenly suddenly suddenly ¬
denly upon the De Soto So to party in their boatsoil boats boatsou boat II IIou
ou the mighty river he was exploring exploringThus exploringThus exploringThus
Thus De Soto So to was within one days day march marchof marcbof marchof
of Coronandos expedition in search of a amountain amou1otain amountain
mountain of gold and when his men discov discovered dlscovered discovered ¬
ered from the Indian woman the character characterof
of the enterprise a few of them were con contemplating cOli cOlitemplatlng colt colttemplating
templating deserting the exploring party parlyand p partyand rty rtyand
and following the trail of their goldloving goldlovingand goldlovlngand gold loving lovingand
and adventurous countryman but were were de deterred deterred deterred ¬
terred by the more perilous nature of Cor Coronandos Coronandos Coronandos ¬
onandos expedition expeditionIf
If the new Commissioner of Pensions com composed comtlosed coinposed ¬
posed and published his Coronando story storywithin storywithin storywithin
within the past two years we can certainly certainlyclaim certainlyclaim certainlyclaim
claim priority of discovery and publication publicationIf
If however he anticipated us it is not at atall at atall I Iall
all flattering t1atterin to his ability or the romanticinterest romantic romanticInterest romanticinterest
Interest of the story he produced that there therewas therewas therewas
was no record of it anywhere this or the timeother theother theother
other side of Kansas when the Chronicle Chroniclepublished CllrollicltpubUshed Chroniclepublished
published our full page article for which whichit whichmit
it paid with a generous check checkAnd checkAnd checkAnd
And it is i possible too that the new Com Commissioner Commissioner Contmissioner ¬
missioner never heard or read of our article articleany articleaUY articleany
any more than we have his but there is the thepuzzling thepuzzling limepuzzling
puzzling distinction where in the deucecould deuce deucecould deucecould
could the Commissioner have gotten the thematerial thelUaterial thematerial
material for his story storyOurs storyOurs storyOurs
Ours was dug up principally ill the theBureau tbeBureau theBureau
Bureau of Ethnology where it would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been otherwise safely interred until Gabriel Gabrielfluttered Gabrieluttered Gabrielfluttered
fluttered it with his trumpet trumpetIt
It is i up to o the Commissioner and nd if he hediscovers hedlllCovera liediscovers
discovers that tat the Chronicle ChroNiC was the source sourceof sourcef sourceof
of f his inspiration hll insfiiratiou lratiou we shall claim ten yearshence years yearshence yearsbence
hence a job as watchman at the bureau bureauThere bureauThere bureauThere
There will be but a few old Civil War vet veterans vetrane veterans ¬
erans rane alive aUv in the next decade decad and of ofaourse ofIIOUrH ofcourse
course we will be of the number sur surviving survivlng surviving ¬
viving and apdklcklng apdklcklnge kicking kickingWe
We ye e have have no objections to the President Presidentgoing PrCfldentgomg Presidentgoing
going up in a balloon or oralrshipwlt1lSantos oralrshipwlt1lSantosDumont airship with witliSantos witliSantosDumont Santos SantosDuniont
Dumont The esteemed Post fbrlhad had nervous anervousfit a nervousfit nervous nervousfit
fit over the proposition Is the TV P Pbrh Ji timid timidor tlniidor timidor
or is it opposed to too many inaugurations inaugurationsIu
Iu th the pfiilllpine investigation conducted con conducted conducted ¬
ducted by the Senate committee evidence evidencehas evidencehas evidencehas
has been taken to establish the most mostatrocious mostatroclOlls mostatrocious
atrocious brutality inflicted on the natives nativesby nativesby nativesby
by the military Major Wallers acquittalafter acquittal acquittalafter acquittalafter
after having admitted that be ordered shotwithout shot shotwithout shotwltllout
without trial eleven Filipinos and thewater the thewater thewater
water cure torture to wInch prominent prominentnatives prominentnatives prominentalUvetl
natives have been subjected shows theehamgter the thecharacter thechalUQter
character ehamgter of the military rule rue in the Philip Philippines PbillpplnQ Philippin ¬
pines pin gs The he natives have neitherprotection neitherprotectionfor neither nelthetprotection nelthetprotectionfor protection protectionfor
for lite l lffenor nor lgrproperty property Cold blooded bl ded mur murtlew murde murderq
tlew de of fl natives natives i hes occur daily
Six Shirts Each For Every EveryOfficer EveryOfficer I IOfficer
Officer on the ForceI ForceTHREE Force ForceTHREE I ITHREE
To He Deducted From the Salaries Salariesor
or the Police Ioiloe to Pay Corth for the Shirts Shirtsat Shirtsat Shirtsat
at One One Dollar Bach BRchOver Over Five FiveHundred l FlvoHundred < lvo lvoJluruircd
Hundred Jluruircd Jlen Icn Compelled to go goMown to toDown
Down jowl in Their lhelr Pockets Pook tA fbiv ful Six SixDollars Six Six1ollars
Dollars Each EnchStrancst Strangest Order OrderI Order OrderKxtnnt
I Kxtnnt KxtnntChief BxtnntChid xtnnt xtnntChief
Chief Richard Silvester SII1veser issued an order orderthe orderthe ordertite
the the past week to the he lieutenants of the pre precincts precincts precincts ¬
cincts to measure me sure the wrists and necks of ofthe ofthe oftime
the officers in their respective precincts for forsix forsix forsix
six shirts each The strangeness of theorder the theorder theonler
order has taken the police off their feet feetand feetand feetand
and loud murmurngs murmurings are heard wherever wherevermore wllerevermore wherevermore
more than one or two officers congregateInquiry congregate congregateInquiry congregateInquiry
Inquiry into the cause of the order has hasfailed hasfailed hasfailed
failed to elicit any sufficient reason to com compel compel compel ¬
pel policemen to become the sudden pos possessors pOSese poesessors ¬
sessors se aors of six shirts each I The policemansshirt policemans policemansshirt policemanshirt
shirt is not ordinarily an elaborate affairThere affair affairThere
There is tai no part of it exposed expo ed and any old oldthing oldthing oldthing I
thing in the shape of a shirt would answer answerfor answerfor I Ifor
for a policeman so far as show goes In Indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed tte Mc have heard of cases ca es where officershave officers officershave officershave
have warn wdrn w rn dickeys and newspapers neVsp peU over overtheir overtheir overtheir
their manly bosoms and nobody was the thewiser thewiser thewiser
wiser hut their wives if they had them oras or oras oras
as In n some instances other mens wives wivesWhom wivesvhom wivestdlrom
Whom they had no legal rights to have haveand haveandto andto and andto
to hold holdIn holdIn boldIn
In the Sylvester Syf edter order the price of the theshirts theshirts theshirts
shirts is named namedone one dollar each Now Nowas Nowas Nowas
as there are over five hundred policemen policementhis policementhis policementhis
this will amount to over three thousand thousanddollars thousanddollara thousanddollars
dollars for some poor orphaned shirt maker makerSay makerSay makerSay
Say that the shirt maker nets seventyfive seventyfivecents seveutytivecents seveutyfivecents
cents each for his shirts it leaves a margin marginof marginof
of twentyfive cents on each and every shirt shirtWhy RhlrtWhy shirtWhy
Why a police officer should be compelled compelledto
to purchase shirts or under clothing by byofficial byofficial byofficial
official order of his superiors is the ques question questlon question ¬
tion the GLOBE desires to ask the Commis Commissioners Commis Commisaioners ¬
sioners The officersoutwardclothing officers outward clothing and anduniform anduniform anduniform I
uniform may be properly prescribed but it itis itis itis
is something new and unheard of to deny dprrythe denythe rry rrythe
the regulations to his under clothing andsocks and andsocks andsocks
socks socksThe socksThe I Itbe
The police officers should put up a pod gjpodhealthy K podhpalthy od odhea1tby
healthy krck on this thl novation If tl tlse tlsea twse twseabrur4a se seab
abrur4a ab a urd rd eut eJF8 aMIontarmksrttiuptks Uonsatek OI1J4I ut up hf JMiUttnitr JMiUttnitrwill shier tn tnwill n nwill
will be compelled to form a trades or or r labor laborunion laborunion latkrunion
union and go on a strike whenever their theirsuperiors theirsuperiors theirsuperiors
superiors try tomb to rub it in as in this prepos preposterous preposterous preposterous ¬
terous order order for shirts It is almost in incredible incredible Incredible ¬
credible that Major Sylvester should issue issuesuch 18IIuesuch issuesuchm
such order on his own mitiativeand it is pos possible POSsible possible ¬
sible some higher authority is at the bottom bottomof bottllmof bottomof
of the affair a air whose ipse i se dixit goes and andmust andmust andmust
must be obeyed without question or pro protest prOetest protest
test If this article smokes out the Heal Healauthor iealauthor t eal ealauthor
author of the order the GLOBE may have hamvesomething havesomething havesomething
something further to say Saturday next nextGeneral nextGeneral nextGeneral
General Miles is the ideal soldier of the theAmerican theAmerican timeAmerican
American people and the President Presld President nt has dis discovered dlscovered discovered ¬
covered that to compel his retirement meant meantthe menntthe meantthe
the loss of votes to his party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The nightly high jinks carried on in St StElizabeths StIUiaabetbs StIllzabetlms
Elizabeths ought to attract the attention of ofCongress ofCongre8S ofCongress
Congress There is plenty of information informationobtainable InFormationobtainable informationobtainable
obtainable within and without the asylum asylumIf
If Congress permits the manipulation manipulationwhereby manipulationwhertby manipulationwhereby
whereby its It clear intention in the census censusact censusact censusact
act was Va defeated to pass unrebuked that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body will have demonstrated to totbe the country countryits countrylis countryits
its utter cowardice and demoralization demoralizationThere delnoraU28tionThere demoralizationThere
There in some scientific log rolling being beingdone beingdone beingdone
done in the House side of the Capital be between between between ¬
tween the Cuban sugar reduction advocates advocatesand advocatesand advocatesand
and the CrumpackerDick type of Repub Republicans Republicans RepubMans ¬
licans MansThe licansThe licansThe
The Speaker Spe ker of the Hoifse Ho s is 9 the law mak making makini making
ing power of the country country vide Cushman M MC MC MC
C Well Wellthe the Speakers laws are not so sobad sobad sobad
bad if they were enforced Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Knox is afraid he cant find any anyspeakers anyspeakers anyspeakers
speakers statute to reach the beef trust and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Babcock is reaching out his itching itchingpaw itchingpaw I Ipaw
paw for the contribution of the trust to the theCongressional theCOIIRI1sslonal timeCongr
Congressional Congr ssronal campaign fund vive 11It la baga bagatelle b begatoile ga gateUe ¬
toile telleThe teUeThe toileC toileTime
The Chinese exclusion act is not any anyharder anyharder anyharder
harder on tljE tue tlf Celestials than the District of ofColumbia ofCol ofCalbmbia
Columbia Col mbla disfranchisement act on Ameri Americans Amerlcans Am en enans ¬
cans Neither a Chink nor a Washingtonian Washingtoniancan
can vote vote for even a dog pelter And there thereare thereare thereare
are rich Democrats here who break wind windon windon windon
on anv and every opportunity in proclamalion proclama proclamation proclamation ¬
tion of their Democracy The They make us ussad ussad ussad
sad at their unconscious damphoolishness damphoolishnessposing damphooll damphoolislmessposing hne 6 6pOling
posing as politicians politiciansLet
Let Aguinaldo be brought here as aim a wit witness witness witnose ¬
ness and the other Filipinos named by the theDemocrats theDemocrats timeDemocrats
Democrats in the Semite committee of th thPhilippines the thePblllppines timePhilippines
Philippines What are the Republicans Republicansafraid RepubUllanaFraid Republicansafraid
afraid of ofdare dare the administration let the thetruth thetruth tbetruth
truth be known Murders and tortures of ofnoncombatant ofnoncomootant ofnon
noncombatant non eombatant natives by military officers officershas o oMeerehas ll1ors ll1orsbllll
has been testified to by men who wore sol soldiers soldiers soldiers ¬
diers Uniforms The T Time e revelations of native nativeleaders natIveleaders nativeleaders
leaders if brought to the United States Stateswould Statctwould Stateswould
would shock the country and the adminis administration admlnlltratlon admhniptuition ¬
tuition knows I ILadle
it itLadies itLadies
Ladies of uncertain unc uncErtain rtain age a e are again inaugu inaugurating inaugurating inaugurating ¬
rating the maddening fashion of wearing wearingtheir wtarlngtheir wearingtheir
their hats in n the theaters Friday night nightlast nlgbtlast nightlast
last in tbe the orchestra and dress circle at atChases atChase atChases
Chase Chases many of these females hid theview the theview theview
view of the stage from those sitting in their theirimmediate theirimmediate theirimmediate
immediate rear This was particularly p rtcl1larlv exasperating ex exasperating exa
a asperating peratinr while the extraordinary per performance performance performance ¬
formance of f the seals and sea lions took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place Tbe lady in our front wore glasses glassesand glas glassesand es esaad
and a hat several thousand ems high highnonpareil highnonpare highnonpareil
nonpare nonpareil measurement
Inflicted by the Home Safety SafetyOil Safetyf SafetyOil SafetyOil
Oil Oil f Company of AnacostlaTHE AnacostiaTHE Anacostia Anacostiat AnacostiaTHE
The Scheme to Boat De Bent t the Inspector InspectorWho In Inapoctorp InapoctorpWho pect rtt rttWho
Who Examine Examinothe the Wagons 4 JPhe JPheComplaints the theComplaints he heComplaints
Complaints of the Drivers Who Arp ArpFined rtp 1tkpFincdFrom rtpFined
Fined FincdFrom From One to Eight Dollarsfor Dollars DollartItol Dollarbe
for be Offenses They Neter Commit CommitAnother CommitAnother CommitAnother
Another Illustration orProspcrlty orProspcrltyand or Prosperity Eroaperltyand ProsperityantI
and Republican Labor Legislation LegislationThe LelslatlenThe LegislationThe
The Home Safety Oil Delivery Deliver Company Companyof ComQanof
of Anacostia employs about twenty drivers driversin
in the delivery of oil in cans to consumers consumersThese consumersTbese consumersThese
These drivers are a well disciplined com cornpany company company ¬
pany of free born American toilers of the theCaucasian tileCaucasian timeCaucasian
Caucasian or superior race They are a de development development developmemt ¬
velopment or rather evolution of the antebellum ante antebellum antebellum ¬
bellum American workingman tile evolu evolution evolutlon evolution ¬
tion being due to the th tin natural causes causesbrought esusebrougbt causesbrought
brought about by Republican Re Re7ublican Jlblican prosperity prosperityand prosperityAnd prosperityAnd
and protection to American labor laborThe laberThe laborTime
The majority of the th a employes of the theHome theHome theHome
Home Safety 011 Company are married marriedmen marriedmen marriedmean
men with families The company to en encourage encoura encourage ¬
coura courage e as it were the reproduction of such suchadmirably suchadmirably suchadmirably
admirably disciplined toilers have a system systemof IV5temof systemof
of fines as Ingeniously devilish as the rules rulesand rulesand rulesand
and regulations of a modern penitentiary penitentiaryIt
It is i as impossible to escape the companys companysfines companysfines companysfines
fines as it is to avoid breaking the prison prisonrules prltlOnrules prisonrules
rules some of which prohibit the prisoner prisonerfrom prisonerfrom prisonerfrom
from looking pleasant pleasantThe p1euantThe pleasantThe
The fines of the Home Safety Company Companyrange Companymnjle Companyrange
range from one dollar up to eight dollars dollarsThis dollarsTlmis I IThis
This latter amount has been deducted mOle moiethan mOlethan moretitan
than once from the plutocratic drivers driversweekly driversweekly driversweekly
weekly stipend of ten or twelve dollars dollarswages do1tlrrtwages dollarnwages
wages The maximum wages are earnedconditional earned earnedconditional taru d dconditional
conditional that the drivers dispose of ijoo ijoogallons 1500gallons 1300gallons
gallons of oil each per week Under thisuunber this thisnumber
number of gallons the wages is educed to
10 per week less the fines Thus if a adriver adriver a adriver
driver disposes of fourteen hundred gallons gallonsonly mUonsonly gallonsonly
only he loses two dollars on his weekly weeklywages weeklywagelt weeklywages
wages Sometimes the driver disposes of ofthe ofthe oftime
the full number of gallons but he Is short shorton shorton shorton
on cans returned For each eachiI111on gallon can one onehalf onebalf onehalf
half cent is deducted but no allowance or orrefunder orrefunder orrefunder
refunder of the onehalf cent is made I1I1 de then thenhe vhrn thllnbe vhrnhe
he returns over the number of cans Tue Tueoil Tueoil
oil is put up as stated iu one gallon cans cansand cell celland canaand
and there are nine nlnecan cans in a box Each Eachcans Eachwagon Eachwagon
wagon I its smumgliadwi W llit 1bra w sad s aNplLo aNplLocans av gaUoa gaUoacans
cans qf the fluid from which they can fill filltheir Jilltheir filltheir
their customers one gallon cans the new newcustomers ne necustomers newcustomers
customers of course receiving the can canwith cllnwith canwith
with the oil and for the retention of whichby which whichby whichmby
by the customer the unfortunate driver has hasto haato hasto
to pay the th company onehalf cent There Thereare Thereare rhereare
are government inspectors prowling around aroundamong aroU aroundamong d damong
among whose other duties it is to see that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the one gallon cans contain one gallon al1on of ofoil ofoil
oil The company has provided fur such suchemergency liuchemergency suchemergency
emergency by furnishing each e cll wagon with withwhat withwhat withwhat
what is known as a government box boxOn boxOn boxOn
On no account must the drivers disturb disturbthis disturbtbls disturbthis
this box containing the full cans The box boxhas boxhas boxhas
has a string attachment so that the driver drivermay drivermay drivermay
may distinguish it from the rest and not not get getmixed getmixed getmixed
mixed up This precaution has been beenadopted beenadopted beenadopted
adopted from the ingenious device of the theIrish theirsh tineIrishm
Irish dancing master who compelled his blspupils hispupils hispupils
pupils to wear a straw rope rope around the one oneleg oneItg oneleg
leg and a hay rope around the other as they theybecame theybccame theybecame
became often confused when the dancing dancingmaster dancingmaster dancingmaster
master called out as they went through throughtheir throughtheir throughtheir
their steps right foot left foot etc By Bythe Bythe Bythe
the straw and hay device the matter was wassimplified wassimplified wassimplified
simplified and no mistake of the wrong wrongfoot wron wronfoot wrongfoot
foot rising instead of the left one occurred occurredas
as the teacher had only to call out hay hayfoot bayFoot hayfoot
foot straw foot footi etc and nd the pupilsknew pupils pupilsknew pUp l lknew
knew bay from straw even if they were wereunable wereunable wereunable
unable to distinguish their right from their theirleft theirleft theirleft
left legs legsThe le legsTime s sThe
The Anacostia drivers of the HomeSafely Home Hom Safety Safet SafetOil
Oil Company in like manner are posted postedon
on the government box by the pieee plelcof plelcofstring of ofstring ofstring
string hanging therefrom Why is it neces neegssary necessary neelt8 neelt8sary ¬
sary to thus distinguish the government governmentbox governmentbox governmentbox
box Well the cans in the government governmentbox governm governmentbox nt ntbox
box contain the full complement of oill oillThere oIUTbere ollfThere
There is no deficit or shortage The oil is isthere isthere isthere
there to the full quantity and the inspectors inspectorsare inspectorsare
are are ar satisfied This would Imply the deduc deduction deduction deucelion ¬
tion that the cans of oil sold to tocust customers customersand customersand ulers ulersand
and consumers are not quite full and the thededuction tbededuction timededuction
deduction is correct correctthe the drivers allege buttheir But Buttheir nuttheir
their allegation is unnecessary The device deviceof deviceof deviceof
of the string and the designation govern government ioveni ioveniment government ¬
ment box is sufficient sufficientHere sufficlelltHere sufficientHere
Here is a tip to both consumers and in inspectors insp inspectOrs ¬
spectors spectorsComing spectOrsComing sp ctora ctoraComing
Coming back to the fi es imposed Imp led upon uponthe upontbe uponthe
the drivers and to enum orate some of them themthe themthe tiuemthe
the story becomes trag A man named namedDixon namedDixon namedDixon
Dixon for instance wa war vai fined eight dollars dollarsfor dollarsfor dollarsfor
for an accident to his wagon for which he hewas heW11S liewas
was not responsible Anotheq Anothen driver was wascompelled wascompelled wascompelled
compelled to pay payrgo 130 for shoeing the horse horseh horsehe horsehe
h he drove because the horse lost his shorn shoand 1101 1101and < a aand
and ought to have known better The com company centpany nl nlp
pany p ny couldnt fine the horse so IH they com compromised COIUpronli coinpromised ¬
promised pronli led by fining the driver An old oldhalter oldhaUer oldhalter
halter worn out was called calle to the attention attentionof
of the company but no attention was wa paid pawlThe paidrhe paidTime
The horse slipped his head out finally and andthe andtile andtime
the driver was fined fifty cents for the thehorses thehorses timehorses
horses misbehavior misbehaviorAnother nli nmiabehaviorAnother behavlor behavlorA
Another A other driver had the single tree of his Idateam histeam histeam
team broken or damaged for rorwhich which he was wasin wasIn wasin
in no way to blame but he paid p id one dollar dollarfine dollarfine dollarfine
fine just the same An ex employe was wasseen wasseen vUIIseen
seen riding in one of A tic companys cOl1lp nya wagons wagonsa
a few rods for which whi4i Oine I the driver was wa fined finedfifty finedfifty finedfifty
fifty cents and got ojj 0 oI lucky luckyThe luckyThe luckyThe
The driver for the thewe vue Safety Oil Com Company Company Company ¬
pany is an exception who draws his full fullweeks fullweeks fullweeks
weeks wages wa ell free e lines finesThe linesThe linesTime
The company h 1st ever must be com commended com eommended commended ¬
mended for someth C as corporations any anymore anymore anymore
more than indtvidiia are not eatirely entlr ly bad badThe badThe badThe
The company instructs its drivers drivery to see seethat aeettat seetimat
that timat the fruit fruIt store sellers get their full fullmeasure fuUmea81re fullmeasure
measure of oil arf his is the bent class of ofpatrons ofpatrons ofpatrons
patrons for the oil oilRead 011Read oilRead < >

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