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Becoming the Dread of Every EverySane EverySane EverySane
Sane Man in the CitySETH City CitySETH CitySETH
Confiners Con nen at St l Elizabeth lIzabeth for Playing Playinga
a Practical Practical Joke on Dr Dr Richard Richardson Blohurl8onJJawyerJeflord RichardsonLawycrJc1TordsAboutto ¬
8onJJawyerJeflord sonLawycrJc1TordsAboutto son Lawyer Jeffords About Aboutto to Take TakeProceedings Take12roooe TakeProceedingsWhen
Proceedings 12roooe ProceedingsWhen hushen When the Expert ExportLets ExpertLets ExpertLets
Lets Mr Clark Go After Almost a aYears aYears aYears
Years Incarceration IncarcerationMr
Mr Seth L Clark an old and well known knowncitizen knownocItizefl knowncitizeft
citizen has had an experience with ex expert expert expert
pert Dr Richardson which he will not for forget forgetthe fori ¬
i get getthe the balance of his life Mr Clark waslaid was waslaid waslaid
laid up at his residence residence from an old wound woundin
in the leg which affected hi his whole side tideand sideand sideand
and made him helpless llelpl He was at the thetime thetime thetime
time a 1200 department employe and was wasbeing wasbeing wasbeing
being waited on by Dr Woodward the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health officer whose brother married a adaughter adaughter adaughter
daughter of Mr Clark Mr Clarks regular regularphysician regularphys regularPhysician
physician phys lAn Wall Dr Corey but the health healthofficer healthoftic healtholli
officer oftic olli er r took an interest in the case which whichwag whicbwas whichwasanytldngbutfriendly
wasanytldngbutfriendly wag anything butfriendly as s will be seen Menfurther seenfurther seenfurther
further along The doctor ran up a bill of ofSo
60 for professional services and than thancalled tl1encaUld thencalled
called in Exnert Richardson Dr Richard Richardson Richardeon ¬
> son put Mr Clark through an examination examinationwhich examinationwhich examinationwhich
which excited his risibilities and he de decided decided deaided
cided to have some fun with the expert expertDr expertDr expertDr
Dr Richardson asked askedDo askedDo askedDo
Do you drink Mr Clark ClarkYes ClarkYes ClarkYes
Yes sir I drink I have been 36 years yearsin yearsin yearsin
in the ordnance office of the War Depart Departmeat DepartUU DepartDrink
meat UU t
meatDrink tDrink
Drink much muchWell muchWell muchWell
Well when I am thirsty thir tv I lift the baric1 baric1tqiny bari barit badt badttqmy
tqiny t y mouth and drink out of the bung bungmitfeV
mitfeV mitfeVfrajittueh Si bgti t
frajittueh J11Ueb at a time timeAbaftit time4Abotlt timeAbojit
4Abotlt Abaftit a gallon and if that quantity does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not elac slacK sladltW my thirst I drink drinkagphrtofulCohol drinkagphrtofulCoholon nqpartofalcohol nqpartofalcoholon CU1tutofal ohol oholon
on top of it Whereunon WhereuQW1 Whereu DrRip1taneon DrRip1taneondecided Dr Riehard RijWardon RijWardonf1d ou oudecided
decided f1d that the jokinirfSlr jokln + If r < Siat gwhs was in insane inAt ittsane ¬
sane saneAt saneAt
At the time of the examination Mr Clark Clarkcould Clarkcould Clarkcould
could not lift a tin cup and he sil supposed stIJtp posed d any anyphysician a apbYlician ally allyphysician
physician could easily see bi coThe co coThe coThe
The next day Health Officer Officertestified 1 1teetified Wl Wltestified
testified that Mr Clark was wubt Uloif Uloifno indig ir a ano ano
no means of support etc 4ttheth jfyrthe 4 theth tlnie e a Mr MrClark llfrt
t Clark was drawing 1100 Mfr Jjir annum RI1I1UmS8Ia17 RI1I1UmS8Ia17w salary salarywaa
was w th Ue owner of the be prtuisis prQil presa 11a ia V 10 10clt sttf1 sttf1northwa
1 northwa clt st ana held seven sevatiab rift SHanwjw SHanwjwCapital sI n asidf asidfh fIfit fIfitCapi1
h CapiekhIraction Capital Traction Companys stock stockr stockMr M MMr
Mr Clark was brought to court to tpbE 0 M WbI WbImitted > ca camilted e ematted
milted to St Elizabeth Itecontjtyiued h c08 coadedthe coadedthejoke id thejoke the thejoke
joke had gone far enoigffand eno enpug rlfand nd asked to tospeak tofJpeak tospeak
speak to the judge butthis b i this was prevented preventedand preventedand preventedand
and the joker was landed in St Elizabeths ElizabethsMeantime IUizabethstIeantll11e ElizabethsMeantime
Meantime his soninlaw son in law the brother of ofHealth ofH ofHepltls
Health H 1th Officer Woodward took charge of ofhis ofhb ofhis
his estate Tiring of St Elizabeths and andrecovering andrecovering andrecovering
recovering the use of his side and limbs limbsafter limbsafter limbsafter
after some months he secured a pass from ftotuDr ftomDr fromrl
rl Dr Logic and came over to the city He Hevisited Hevisited HeI
I visited lawyer Jefford and told him thewhole the thewhole thewhole
whole story The T e lawyer was astounded astoundedand astoundedand astoundedand
and tested Mr Clark in every conceivable conceivableway conceivableway conceivableway
way as well as investigated the t11 facts He Hethen Hethen Hethen
then notified him that lie would take his hiscase hiscase hiscase
case without a fee purely as a matter of ofjustice ofjustice ofjustice
justice as he had never heard of such an anoutrage anoutrage ant
t outrage in his life The expert hearing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proceedings about to be instituted noti notified notified notifled ¬
fied Mr tIr Clark that he was discharged dischargedcured dischargedcur dischargedcuredi
cured cur d that he owed the hospital 47700 47700for 27700for a77oofor
for board from the date of admission to tothe tothe tothe
the date of your elopement Mr Clark re revisited reo reovisited revisited ¬
visited the hospital to secure information as aeto as asto asto
to whom he eloped with and andwas was inform informed informf informed ¬
f ed d that that was an expression of Dr Rich Richardsons Richi Richardsons ¬
ardsons to indicate that he had left without withoutpermission withoutpermiuioo withoutpermiuioa
permission whereupon Mr Clark exhibited exhibitedDr
Dr Logies pass p l6 and the incident was per peremptorily peremptorily peremptorily ¬
emptorily closed closedMr ClOHdMr closedMr
Mr Clark cannot see if he was indigent indigentat
at the time of his admission how he is in indebted indebted indebted ¬
debted to Dr Richardson in the sum of ofi ofa99
3977 i a99 7 besides hli hllrcalaUve relatives inform him that thathis thathis thathis
his board was W S regularly paid p lrl Mr Clark is isa illa isa
a Civil War veteran and but for the injuryto injury injuryto
to his limb would be as lively in gait as he heis beis heIs
is in wit witHowever witHowever witHowever
However he is cured of practical joking
but as he sat sass a himself he had no idea that thatsane thatsal1l thata
a sane man could be taken from rom his own ownhouse ownhouse ownhouse
house and transferred to St Elizabeths so soexpedltiously soupedltiously soexpeditiously
expeditiously and without a hearing hearingHe hearingHe hearingHe
He informs the GLOHK that onethird one tiilyd of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the inmates at St Elisabeth are as sane as asDr asDr asDr
Dr Richardson and that the hospital is an anasylum analylum anasylum
asylum for numerous individuals whose whosefamilies whosefamilies whosefamilies
families do not want them at home and andothers andothera andothers
others who prefer to live there because of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the good easy time ne tdjy t + y are having as aslunatics aslunatic aslunatics
lunatics lunatic He says that immorality is ram rampant rampant rampant ¬
pant and a subject of general comment at atthe atthe atthe
the hospital h pital among the th insane 1 inmates inmatesMr InmatesMr inmatesMrClark
Mr MrClark Clark is now a resident of Plods Va VaHe VaHe VaHe
He has several children besides beaM the thtdaughter thecla thedaughter
cla daughter gbter referred to on one of his sons is an anemploye anemplo1e anemploye
employe of Woodward St Iothrops and andanother andanother andanother
another is Mr Madison Clark the well wellknovrn wellknown wellknown
known newspaper solicitor solicitorThis solicitorThis olicitorThis
This case certainly calls for the scalp scalpof scalpof scalpof
of the Ohio expert Goose Go e flesh hardly de describee de6cribes describes ¬
scribes the condition of our cuticle when whenwe whenwe whenwe
we imagine Dr Richardsons eye resting on onut onI onus
I us in expert fashion and our speedy transfer transferto
to St Bliiabeths There is no man safe safeoutside safeoutside safeoutside
outside of Congress from an enforced resi residence resldence residence ¬
dence at the hospital ho pUal if Dr Richardson is iscalled isled iscalled
called led in as an expert to examine into his hismental bisw hismental
mental w ntal condition conditionThe conditionJ conditionThe conditionThe
The President will hear of Rebecca in inNovember InNovem1ter inNovember
November NovemberTom Novem1terTom
1 Tom Johnson of Ohio is a showy Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat
crat when theres tbere nothin 1I0thi n in the pot potJudge potJndite potJudge
Judge DeWItt C Co Badger nominated on onthe onthll onthe
the Democratic ticket for Representative Representativefrom RApreeentativeIrom RepresentativeI
I from the Columbus Ohio district is the thetnott themOft themost
most pepular Democrat next to Col James JamesL JamesL
L Kilbourne in Franklin county That he hewill hewt1 hewU
wt1 will be1 b elected is i as a sure as that the election electionwill ell electionwill tlon tlonwilt
will be held io November next
To Secure the Busch Building BuildingAt BuildingAt
At All Hazards HazardsREDUCES HazardsREDUCES HazardsREDUCES
To o Fit the theSmllll Small Rooms of the Bnsqh BaschStructureThe BnsqhStructure BnsQhStructnreTllC
StructnreTllC Structure Tlie Postmaster General GeneralAdmonished OeneralAdmonished GeneralAdmonished
Admonished of the Scheming Schemln of ofLouis oft ofLouis ofLouis
Louis and His Friend Brownrhc BrownTheRepublican Brown BrownrhcRepublican Ilio IlioRepublican
Republican Campaign Fund FnDla FundaFac FundaFactor a Fac Factor Factor ¬
tor in the Deal DealMikey nealMlkey DealMikey
Mikey Louis and his friend Brown Brownhave IIrownhave Brownhave
have not abandoned hope ope of yet securing securingthe Heurinlthe securingthe
the Busch building notwithstanding the theadvertisement theadvertiement theadvertisement
advertisement by the Postmaster General Generalfor Genernlfor Generalfor
for suitable additional space sp ce for the Supply SupplyDivision SupplyDlvillon SupplyDivision
Division of the thePostoffice Postoffice Department The Thppersistency Thepersistency Tb Tbpersl
persistency persl tency of ofMikey Mikey and his unofficial friend friendBrown friendrown friendBrown
Brown rown to secure the Busch building almost almostdeserves alnlO6ltderves almostdeserves
deserves success s sacces cceas even though the public publicservice publicservice publicserdlce
service should suffer if the deal is i consummated consum consummated conIum conIumJ1tated ¬
mated Mikey has even resorted to the ex expediency expedlency expediency ¬
pediency of cutting down the supplies on onhand onhand onband
hand in some cases five hundred per cent centand centand centand
and in other cases with a decided detriment detrimentto t tto
to the public service inasmuch as many de tiepartments departments departments ¬
partments are kept waiting for supplies be because because because ¬
cause Mikey hasnt got them on hand All Allthis Alltbis Allthis
this of course with an object in view And Andthat Andthat Andthat
that object is to make the supplies on handfit hand handfit handfit
fit the small rooms of the Busch building buildingTo
To open open the eyes of the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Postma PostmasterGeneral ter terGeneral
General to the scheme Mikey is now operat operating operating operatlug ¬
ing the GLOBS furnishes the following sig significant slgnificant significent ¬
nificant statistics statisticsPrevious statisticsPrevious statisticsPreviousto
Previous Previousto to the time when Mikey fill key set his hisheart hisbeart liiaheart
heart upon acquiring the Busch building buildingwith buildingwith buildingwith
with the aid of his friend Brownas negotia negotiator negotiator negotiator ¬
tor Mikey carried on hand at the present presentbuilding prelentbuilding presentbuilding
building from thirteen to fifteen thousand thousandpounds tbou thousandpounds and andpounds
pounds of twine and from rom forty to fifty fiftythousand fiftytbousand fiftythousand
thousand reams of paper with other sup supplies supplies suppiles ¬
plies in proportion This he was enabled enabledto
to doby stacking the paper to high that it ittook ittook ittook
took a twenty foot ladder to reach the top toplayers toplavers toplayers
layers The building allowed of this pack packing packing packlug ¬
ing and stacking although it is confessedly confessedlyinadequate confessedlylnadequate confessedlyInadequate
inadequate to hold all the supplies which whichMikey which1I1i1tey whichMikey
Mikey should or thinks he should have on onmd oni onnd
i tand md including the famous ink of Perry Perrybaths Perryt
lrtath baths t ath Cincinnati relatives This supply supplyof
of from forty to fifty thousand thou nd reams of ofpaper ofpaper ofpaper
paper has been reduced to six or ten tenUiopxmd te teud teafyaand
Uiopxmd fyaand ud regMSrMcl r rea saad the tt tlte6ft e fifteen thousand tleealaadundo thousandoonds 1M1 1M1oaudl
undo of twin twins list It beta reduced to two or orItee ortree
Jli µ tree fee thousand pounds with a pro rata rat re reo reoduction reduction
dnction duction in other supplies suppliesWhen Il1ppUelWhen suppliesWhen
When Mikeys attention is called to thefact the thefact thefact
fact that the Railway Marine Service or the theoostmasters thetJostma thenostmasters
oostmasters tJostma ters throughout the country are out outof outof outof
of twine or paper and have sent in pressing pressingorders pressingorders pressingorders
orders for the same he turns on his Fidelcs FidelcsAchetes PidellsAchetes PideiesAchetea
Achetes Shaw and smiting his chest while whilehis whilehis
his eyes are in fine frenzy rolling exclaims exclaimsOh exclaimsOhl exclaimsOhi
Oh Ohl d the R M service service and d dthe dthe dthe
the postmaster I want a new building you youknow youknow
know and this is the way to stir up thePostmasterGeneral the thePostmasterGeneral thePostmasterGenera1
PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGenera1Now PostmasterGeneralNow
Now as a matter of exact measurement measurementthere meaSUrementthere measurementthere
there is not a room in the Busch building buildingwhich buildln buildlnwhicb buildingwhich
which will even hold two thousand pounds poundsof
of twine or onefourth one fourth of the paper which whichit
it is if necessary to have on hand A corres correspondent correspondent corrospondent ¬
pondent conversant with the facts writes writesus
Is the Postmaster General playing to tohoodwink tohoodwink tohoodwink
hoodwink the public and accept Mikey MikeyLouis Mik MikeyLouis y yLouis
Louis and Bob Browns scheme whereby wherebythey wherebythey wherebythey
they will become the beneficiaries in the theBusch theBusch theBusch
Busch building deal The building is totally totallyunfit totallyunfit totallyunfit
unfit but I understand because of contributions contribu contributions contributlonl ¬
tions to the Republican campaign fund by bycertain bycertain bycertain
certain parties p rties the taxpayers taxp yers will be asked askedto askedto askedto
to pay for this unsuitable building Why Whynot WhyI Whynot
I not appropriate the money by Congress for forthe forthe forthe
the Republican campaign fund It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be much honester lionester than this whipping the thedevil thedevil thedevil
devil around the stump style of filching filchingTo filchingTo filchingTo
To rent this building at the exorbitant exorbitantrent exorbitantrent exorbitantrent
rent demanded and considering the fact factthat Cactthat factthat
that it is wholly unsuitable for the purpose purposerequired purpolerequired purposerequired
required much less to purchase it outright outrightwould outrightwould outrightwould
would be malefeasance malefea ance in office ffice as plain as asthe asthe asthe
the irruption on Mikeys rafts tnitaThe mitsTbe raftsThe
The GLOBE does not believe tjtat tbnttlie t at the Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master General when the facts are laid be before before befor
fore for him as they are in this excerpt will willconsent willcon willcouhent
consent con ent to such an open and palpable out outrage outmge outrage ¬
rage upon the tax payers Mikeys pernici pernicious pernlcious pernicious ¬
ous activity to totlle the contrary and notwith notwithstanding notwlthstanding notwitlistanding ¬
Chases ChasesHI Ouasosnl ChasesEl
HI Capstan the coming comin week Another Anotherproduction Anotherproduction Anotherproduction
production better even than Erminie Brminieand Erminieand Erminieand
and equalling any ever given here by a atouring atouring atouring
touring company Every promise has been beenfulfilled beenfulfilled
fulfilled and Chases has been packed to tothe tothe tothe
the doors oors every night since ince the opera season seasonbegan seasonbegan
began Now comes Bl Capltan the famous famousSousaHopper famousSousa
SousaHopper Sousa Hopper success Its lively martial martialmusic martialmusic martialmusic
music its gay ensembles its it dashing dashingchoruses dashingchgruses
choruses and its i a lovesmitten principals principalswill principalswill principalswill
will make ma1ceit it just the thing for these watmdays warm warmdays
days and nights But the warmth doesnt doesntpenetrate doesntpentrate doesntpenetrate
penetrate Ceases as the fans and vagrant vagrantbreeies vagrantbreeles vagrantbreezes
breezes send it flying uptown uptownThe uptownThe uptownThe
The opera presentation to follow Bl Cap Capitan CapItan Capitan
itan will be the Wisard pf the Nile NilePennsylvania NilePennsylvania NilePennsylvania
Pennsylvania is not for Mark Hanna HannaHurrah HannaHurrah HannaHurrah
Hurrah for Quay QuayThose Qua QuaThose QuayThose
Those foreign decorations which the Senate Sen Senate Stuate ¬
ate is wrestling with are but cheap pieces piecesof piecesof I
of ribbon Let em have the darned things thingsIndiana thln thingsIndiana s sIndiana
Indiana has lae spoken and this fighting state stateplainly stateplainly stateplainly
plainly admonishes the public experi experimenters experimenters experimentera ¬
menters of national platforms isms and anddead anddead
dead issues that it will have none of them themEvery themBvery themEvery I
Every indication points to a glorious revival revivalef revivalof
of the old time Democracy which is a most mosthopeful mOlthopeful mosthopeful
hopeful sign and sure harbinger of success successThe eueoeeThe
The American people ple had and still have haveconfidence havecoaftdenee havecon5denee
confidence in the real Democracy of the re republic republic ¬
The Puritan Sunday of theMillan the Mc McMillan Ni NiMillan = ¬
Millan Bill I IJ ITHE J
4 o oTHE
Who Poses As 8 the Representative or orWaco r rWage i iWaJteEarners
Wage WaJteEarners EarnersHis Banters His Indorsement IndorsemeiMeans IndorsementMeans Indorsem n n1Uel1ns
Means Simply His Own Individual IndividualWho I lIVidll lIVidllConvi
Convi Convigtions lolls and Not Those or orWho r t1 f
Who Unlike Him Toil Six Ix Days aWeek a aWeek aWeek
Week and Want Some UeoreatloJ ReoreatiorOn IJeoreatiorv IJeoreatiorvOn
On the Seventh SeventhThe 11
1 1The
The proposed McMillan Sunday elosfa elosfalaw ctl ctllaw elo1nlaw
law is the most radical attempt at PttritanJn PttritanJning hrita hritaing Parlbtttitug
ing Washington Wa laingtoo since the days of Mt MtStandish MtStandilh MiStandish
Standish and the Salem Witches How ail ailman 11 11man a aman
man who wears breeches in i this advance advandeand advanceand adwlt e eand
and enlightened enli < < bteaed ag age could sanely laael proposal proposaland pro proand ro roand
and draft such SUCI a measure passes our unde undestanding un unlltandil1g nnstanding
standing The bill shuts up every place place placebusiness I Ibusiness of ofbusinesa
business for sales on Sunday Sunda except dining diningand din dipiagand 1C 1Cand
and lunchrooms drug stores for fOt sales Ie 01 01medicine ofntedidne i imedicine
medicine only and undertakers and it ittains con contains eonctalus ¬
tains that ancient clause of charity or a aeessity IUI IUIcaslty neeessitywhich
eessity eessitywhich which makes the thejud judge j edge < < e an absolute absolutetyrant absolu absolutyrant absolntntyrant
tyrant It forces the Jew the Seventh Da DaBaptist DBBaptist DeBaptist
Baptist and > the Second Adventist to lotff lotffonesixth 10 10oneeixth
onesixth one sixth of their time for work close closenewspaper clo cloneW8 closet closetnewspaper
newspaper neW8 per offices and ice fc cream stands standjstops standsstops staadItope
stops every eVIl soda fountain baker and an4butcher andbutcher aa aabutcher
butcher shop pho photograph OIraph office and anddentists alden saddentists
dentists den tilts room and locks the door of every everycigar ever evercigar everycigar
cigar and tobacco store tore livery stable andrailway and andrailway audrail
railway rail way office officeFor officeFo officeNor
For Fo the first offense the fine is from tie tieto ft ftto sb sbto
to 50 and for each subsequent offense fro fro5o frotti frottijoto fr4o
5o joto o to 150 and imprisonment iJDpr lqnmeut from one td tdthree t4i t4ithree t tthree
three months or both fine and imprisonment imprison imprisonment impriloul11ent
ment Under our practice if a fine is not notpaid 11 11paid not notpaid
paid it is worked out in striped clothing in inthe i itl1e Iathis
the chain gang at jjh 33 cents per day dayUnder dayUnder dayUnder
Under the proposed law every Jew JewSecond J JSecond JewSecond
Second Adventist Adventi t or Seventh Day Da Baptist Baptistevery Baptitevery Baptistevery
every widow keeping an ic ice cream cream steed steedevery stajsievery ltaa4every
every druggist keeping a soda fountain fountainwould tOllata11 tOllata11would tountainwould
would be ruined by fines or if unable topay to topay topay
pay would be placed on the chain gang gangAnd gangAnd gangAnd
And it is such a proposed law as this that thatSamuel t1l thatSamuel t tSamuel
Samuel Gompcrs the President of the Fed Federation Neratioa Paderation ¬
eration of Labor cordially endorses 3r 3rGompers 11IfGompr > s e eGampers
Gompers endorses it t officially too t tooy o otiter aMl aMlthereby
thereby titer eh fraudulently fraudtatl qppveys pveya the Itaf Itafsion 1m 1msloa Itosloe y
sloe thaihe Ula thaLbeapes epea apes atiM ebalf half Qt to tot totworm
worm sia d dgsgging 1 1ftfnW
Sagging ftfnW ia a raUroaft fa pa paing hair or otinlt xe xegigantic reR
ing R en an office sofa ees rest resttellect re gigantic fat fatSagging k ktellect i i itellect
tellect tellectIf tellectIf 1 1If
If Mr Gompers wa w le c ccigars c3tit < to make makecigars I Icigars
cigars or carry a hodsix hodi h lrXI six sixhe < wghe weeld weeldhe wee weebe
he would not be so sopepdy 0 dy J Jroom at as Oellclorw Oellclorwa 4t endorse endorsea
a proposition to 1 him u ajt tali or r a aroom aroom
room over Sunday SlIudatUt that he Paht tphtbe btbe be fresh freshfor tte ftet + h hfor hfor
i for Monday nrondaymocu mornings motni1 it s weftfyjrrlnd weftfyjrrlndThese weary grind grladThese grindThese
These labor bor I JiiIrs who expend Sfceir Sfceirsurplus t tjteirsurplus eir eirsurPlus
surplus vitality v taUty m 1 trace ce letter headed man manifestos au auifestos ¬
I ifestos iaakW fake kv us tis ft in il the region regie oathe oathestomach 0 G the tbestotuaall thestomach
stomachPassing stomach stomach i headedjan headedjanifestos si t tt
l t ire ireGtoun
i Passing Gpmpetwaa Gompe as a alo1dec1 loaded erankuhe erankuheGLOBB cr eran n lre lreGLOBS
GLOBS respectfully r < < 1JpectfuU pectfut Jippeals tppeals to Coagtdt Court on onbehalf onbehalC onbehalf
behalf or othe of the unfortunates unfOru nl1t ell among whonl who its itseditor itseditor itseditor
editor is one onen who foil oil six days each Wh01 week weekfor weekfor Vi ek ekfor ekfor
for a Sunday Sundaythat that Wh01 will 1 enliven enli ven refresh dud dudeditor dudcheer nd ndcheer ndcheer
cheer us to the tije t he coming corn a weeks weekitask task QJ Qpen Qpeneverypla Qpenevery > en enevery
every everypla placeof of amusement am lJe rn eat includinajthe includinajtheLet incll1 incladiaqthe incladiaqtheCbngreesiotial he heCbngre
Cbngre Cbngreesiotial ai ntit Libra after tkenoon nr arLet nrLet
Let us ulhuetbatmutfwbiQh have havetbatmustlf tat must which Hath cfcarma cfcarmato ms meto msto
to soothe 8O th tile savage saYR breast to Close the thedives thedives thedives
dives and rope the division itiaion if it pieties pietiesyou pia piayou p ewes ewesyou
you oh mighty migbt law makers bat de notbring not notbring aotbring
bring back the good old times1 times wnenyi wnenyihell wben wbenhelt when
hell of Ere and brimstone constituted theforenoons the theforenoons theCorenoonl
forenoons literary treat and ducking an oldwoman old oldWoman oldwoman
Woman for a witch wound up the SabbathGlory Sabbath SabbathGlow SabbathGsy
Glow be b to God Godtnt Godie Gode
tnt e suburban places of recreation offend offendy olfendno offendae
no ae ie y but cranks and six day da per weekidi week weekincluding weekfdt
fdt including Gompers and Chinese ChineseSuttISy ChineseI ChineseSun
SuttISy Sun 111Chool y school teachers with a sprinkling sprinklingof
I of ttrfl tJiWSeU k Bell roaring Jake Smith type of blue bineIf blueno bluenos4
no nos4 preachers preachersIf
I If tills i movement keeps on to Christian Christianize Christianize Christianizems
ize izems us UUI on the Puritan Puritanpattern pattern instead of run running rullninll running ¬
ning ant out to Cabin Johns or Chesapeake ChesapeakeJunction ChesapeakeJuncthlu ChesapeakeJunction
Junction or Chesapeake Beach eaCI1 or down downthe downthe downthe
the Potdmae Pottituacon Pol tl1ac on the river boats we will be beforced beforced beforced
forced to ehdrter charter ch4 rter Professor L IangMys l ngteys dyingmachine dying flyingmachine dyingmachine
machine and run the risk of breaking b akJnr our ourpreciou otirprecious o r rrecfounecks
precious recfounecks necks in rising above that part t of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the earth containing the gloomy Rloo 1Y howling howlingand hoviiugand ltowiingand
and exhorting City of Washington WashingtonOh
Oh for a good long Ion visit to this vicinity vicinityof ohalt
of our early friend and acquaintance acquaiDtaDcelAr aeRUatataaeaillsfool < 4A 4Afoolkilltr
fool foolkilltr foolkilltrThe 001 killer jilrrrhe killerrile
The Mall fall Hag Ilepnlr Shop ShopEditor ShopEditor ShopEdilor
Editor Sunday SMi I Globe GlobeI Go e eI
I would like to call your attention to toie toieof i1e i1eof tie tieof
of the men in the bag shop shopa a man wheels wheelscontinually why il iscontinually
I continually contlnl1all abusing old soldiers and tupg tupglanguage nsftg nsftglanguage ufbg ufbglanguage
language unfit for women to hear also a 4ojug 4o 4oing 40inr
jug low mean things to every everyone one he 11 takes takesa taiteI
I a dislike to He U a man with f 1If outtlgn outtlgntongue unetgtntongue hln hlntonrue
tongue and an has proven so I ba havslz bavtf learlied learliedsome eattdsonic nIed nIedlonle
some days ago he threatened to wVp wp dad dadfight ad ladfirl1t adfight
fight Mr Ir Brumui for no cause whatsoever whatsoeveras whatsos r ras
as there was about fifteen men then therajat Oa at the thetime tbetime thetime
time he started to bulldoze tbts mans mart Kiiw Kiiwlong S farw farwlong w wlong
long is this bulldozing to 0 be endured ncluredby ncluredbythis by bythis bythis
this man who never was a soldier nor his fcispeople taispeople hispeople
people All we want is protection frantic franticabuse frea 18 tbe tbeabuse e eabu
abuse abu and political ward heelers who ar an anthe asR i9n i9nthe n nthe
the winning side at all times tlm H He has De Deported iIeported peported ¬
ported that he is to be promotedas promoted at foremen fotemanover foremenover t tetn n nover
over the women God help us poor poofwoWen poofwoWenas wotiten wotitenas
as we have it bad enough now A S SIf SII SIf
If this man whose name we Omit mlt doesnot does doesnot doesnot
not alter his conduct a full expose with withhis withhis withhis
his name will occur occurBo occurBoNot occurEDNot Bo BoNot
Not only are the perfunctory perfu ctor1 Moralist Us at atwork atwork atwork
work to make Washington a dismal dteJUaIswawp dteJUaIswawpon swamp awawpon swampon
on Sundays but they are reaching out tothe to tothe totile
the places of recreation in the suburbs suburbsThere sbarbaThere suburbThere
There will iI1 be a grand reaction one of these thesedays thl thldaYIL thesedays
days and we will not be at all surprised tria ta tosee tasec t tsee
see a circus procession pramta pnacic Stans do dots tfce tfceavenue 11JeaYenue deavenue
avenue avenue Sunday afternoon alternOOD1 itR After awhile awhileSunday awhileSunday awhileSunday
Sunday will wililte be only for the rich wfco wk can canenjoy canenjoy canenjoy
enjoy the seaside resorts > > We are becoming becomingawful Mcowillgawful beoomtngawful
awful tired of this damphoolishneM l
Is the Masonic Mutual ReliefAssociation Relief ReliefAssociation ReliefAssociation
Association Insurance InsuranceTHE InsuranceTHE InsuranceTHE
In the Insurance Whereby It Is IsSought IsSought
Sought Sou ht to Freeze Out the Older OlderMembers OlderlUemburs OlderMembers
Members AVhoseGood Whose Good Money one1 Paid Paidfor Paltlfor Paidfor
for the Building 410 Eleventh EleventhStreet EleventhStreetVhat EleventhStreetWhat
Street StreetVhat AVhat It Costs for 1000 tOOOInsurance 1000Immrllnnc 1000Insuranoe
Insurance In This Tit Is Fraternal FraternalBrotherhood FrllternalBrotherboodBetter FratcrnnlBrotherhoodBetter
> ° Brotherhood BrotherboodBetter Better straight Idle Idlefa Lifeis I
fa is Ordinary Companies CompaniesThe Companies CompaniesThe I IThe
The Masonic Mutual Relief Association Aeociatfenof MoelAUenof
I of the District 1 > lltrict of Columbia whose bon office officeand oliceand officeand
and building buildi aK ii located at 419 Eleventh Eleventhstreet BleltthItreet Eleventhstreet
street northwest is i having bavi g an a old mans mansIght 121anlcht mans3ght
Ight cht on its hands Mr William Montgom Moutgontcry Montgomery Montconaery ¬
ery the secretary of the association with withthe withthe withthe
the assistance of two or three clerks per performs performa Mr Mrforl ¬
forms the herculean task of sending out bv bvmail bvcnaill10ticea bymail
mail cnaill10ticea notices of death assessments aMelm and col collecting collectinc allectiag ¬
lecting the contributions for the same me He Heis H His Heis
is charged cha d and his board of directors dlrecto a also alsowith at1Owith alsowith
with trying to freeze out the old men memhers mem members DletllberB ¬
hers of the t 1e association who were compare comparatively com comparelively an antinl ¬
lively tinl young men twenty years ago when whenthey whentbey whenthey
they joined In brief the specifications speci8catioaarthese are arethese arethese
these theseTbe theseTbe theseThe
Tbe association was in IBlluch such a flourishing flourishingcondition flourishingcondition ourillbiagcondition
condition at one 0 time that about eleven eleventhousand elnnthoulIlId eleventhousand
thousand dollars accumulated in its treasury treasuryInstead treasur treasurIntad treasuryInstead
Instead of investing inveltin this sum in interest interestbearing iDterelitbearinl interestbearing
bearing securities the officers invested it in inthe inthe inthe
the house 419 Eleventh street where wherefine whreiae wheredue
fine offices are rigged up and the ground groundfloor groundfloor grounddoor
floor rented out outThis outThis outThis
This elaborate elaborateI elaboratewbapment I management wbapment of affairs affairsforced aifairsforted affaireforced
forced the officers to mortgage the house ho so sothat 60tkat sothat
that instead of Drawing they tb y are paying in interest interet interest ¬
terest terestThe 1 1Tie 1The
The original t plan > lan of the association has hasbeen hasMn hasbeen
been Mn arbitrarily altered Form i reads thus thusI
I accept the plan of insurance under underwhich underwbich underwhich
which the amount amountto to be paid in ease of my mydeath wydeath mydeath
death shall hall be bl one dollar for each member memberin
in good standing stand lag not to exceed one thou thousand thou1IlId thousand ¬
sand dollars and under which I agree to topav topay topay
pay an assessment of one dollar and ten tencents tenctt tencat1
cents upon on each death in the association associationdesire aSlociationslre
14 desire slre say 411 present certificate of mem memkip memp em emOf
kip p or policy V 1c Y to be continued eontl d in force forcea f farcewilt rce rceft
ft wilt ittt ifaai ifaais U Us
s has beeen beee arbitrarily changed chall challand as asand a aand
and now reads readsaccept readlt readyf
t accept the new form of policy under underJ
J i a fixed sum 11m stated Ibtdln in the policy is to toid tod tod
1 id d d upon death the amount of premium premiumfaid premiumjafd
laid being based upon my age accord accordI accordtlte accordthe
I the table submitted and I request a ajssuwi ay I
r to be issued for the amount of ofillar ofUar
illar Ilan my age being beingLC bei on the theit they
i i I IePt
it LC ePt pofcjt made by the older members ist is isThe ist
t The Th new form bases an assessment assessmentaccording
docerdiug according lnc rdfni to age Some of these older oldermfcfflbei
mfcfflbei li members Ubel Have been paying their regular
tssessments dVaesoatents for almost twenty years dud in inmany inmany i
many maay oases have paid in a total of over overoo overNot overNot
oo Not much over forty when they be betie bewel1ben bemembers
tie members they tbe are now over sixty and andassessed ande andt
e assessed at from 347 47 to 610 per parmonth peroath peroath
month monthflu oath oathIa
flu 18 explanation of the change of plan the theboard therei theboard
board rei of directors have issued the following followingewcutar foUowingekcutar followingef
ef ewcutar ewcutarTHB ekcutar ekcutarBS teuter teuterTHB
DEAR SIR AND ND BROTHER We Ve find your yourname youraame yourname
name among the few who have not re respobded respohded
spobded favorably to our circular of Feb February February Pebruary ¬
ruary 15 and realizing from our Intimate Intimateknowledge intimateka intimateknowledge
knowledge ka wledge of the affairs of the association associationthat allOciationtlJat associationthat
that its iwelfare welfare and perpetuity demand a aebtauge actlIge aaltange
ebtauge in the rates of all those who are now nowpayfofc nowp nowpaying
paying p y IK on the 110 assessment plan to a aplan aI aplan
I plan > > I II of payment that provides for a regular regularamount regularI regularaptoant
I amount to be paid monthly regardless of oftide oftJe ofthe
tide number of deaths we send you here herewfthyonr hereolSr hereyour
wfthyonr your olSr Uext months assessment on the thete thetat thelate
tat late te plan propo proposed d in the circularre circularred circular re
< d < to as e w we believe that plan to be the thei thet theee
ee i t cheapest Cheapest eapt and most equitable that thatlite t thatbe lat late
lite be e Adopted old for your class of members membersappreciate membersciat memberspnciate
appreciate pnciate ciat the fact that when one onefrto oner onei
frto r to an association by a regular regulare reulari regularto
to i q ttitcc e a sum of money he dislikes to toge tow
I w ge 1 and assure you that nothing nothingive nothingveu
ive veu us 11s more pleasure than to be able ableI ableMt
Mt 1000 insurance to the older olderG olderc
c U mbera bers without wlt matting iQi allY allYchamrk anyeheatevtr
chamrk eheatevtr I tever from the old plan of ofit ofi ofaase
i aase it t b blltwe twe find it impossible im polible to do doso doso doso
so VMt assessment 1I1ent under the old plan planwould planwou14e planwouldllave
would wou14e ave been s50 550 this mouth as a there thereI tkerlCwere therewere
1 I were ftffe 1Adeaths deaths tho during the past mouthH month mOllthH
H H H1 H H 4rfctr 1er r who died January rj i Vim H Htoruary HRupp
R Rupp pplt toruary ruary 13 W J Floyd February FebruaryIcK
14 4 H JilcEYcr IcK cReever ev r February at and H Hjbetger HG HG
G O Othe jbetger February 93 23al1 all among amongis amongthe
I the old oldproves is of members This in itself itselfproves itMlfptve itselfproves
proves irWkottt eMIt t farther comment the neces necessity aecessity necesally ¬
sity for tfttAng a age as under the old plan the theMSoctatiltVould theUlocia theaaeocie
Ulocia MSoctatiltVould Id receive from this tbi class cl of ofi 011 011I ofmembers
i members llM bera hjie than onehalf one half the amount that thatmust thatmllit thatmust
must be paf pt to the beneficiaries of these thesedeceased the thesedeaeasad i
deceased M bethrem hren lar 550 50 from each of 4oomembers 400 400members 400anetI1lwrs
members amounts to Jaaoo 2200 while Saooo SaoooI 4000 dooomast 4000I
I must be paid pwc pwcTb oat fiatThe oatThe
The Tb duty dutytGt < fet are re now performing is i both bothdistasteful bothdiRutfalaadrreeable bothdistasteful
distasteful diRutfalaadrreeable and anddfeegreeable Disagreeable to us and was wasundertaken wasuaclertakea wasundertaken
undertaken ooljr o t1 after all plans tbat we wecould wecould wecould
could devise to tfipt gin around same were ex exhausted exhausted exk ¬
hausted k + The Tb 1 j IO 0 assessment aS SIIment was wasfaU a afailure afailure
failure faU To bavt continued CC tinued under it 1 the be as associatioa associatiOD aasoeiatlon
sociatioa would w Bow don in all probability have havebeen banbeea havebeen
been out of existence e teac = and however others othersmay othersmayloo othersmay
may mayloo look at it we we consider it much more moreMasonic moreIaSOl1 moreMasonic
Masonic Masonic IaSOl1 c and fraternal to change the plan planand plaaand planand
and save 1ft the insurance of the older mew members wemben mewhers ¬
ben who cannot ellla t go elsewhere and get t itthan it itthan 1
than to coa continue 1C on the old plan and let letthem letthellt lettheta
them lose fttt they bad paid d in By 1 con consolidattftg cotIolidat eonaotidatbtg
solidattftg olidat all U members into one class else the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of your policy olic has been more than thandoubled thaadoubled thandoubledaadsurey
doubled doubledaadsurey twisurel lntl SUt1I v it is Htitker unfair unfairm
Hon m H > t UHreterttat unfrakraa to I ask as a man to ttttreate t > ase I If
his i assesttitents when The val value of 0 his policy policyhas polityhat olicy olicyIar
has been t > m wart morethan than IIa increased in proportion proporlionThis proportionThis pro ortion ortionrhie
This assessment is made upon the basis basisof basisof basisof
of 1000 but if any member so desires he hecan hecan hecan
can take a 500 00 policy at half the rate or
750 at threefourths the rate We will it1 sin sincerely sincerely sincerely ¬
cerely regret if the new rates press heavily heavilyon
on any anyone one and we hope after a full con consideration conslderation conu ¬
sideration of all the facts in the case you youwill youwill youwill
will not only approve but commend our ouraction ouraction ouraction
action actionBy actionBy actionBy
By order of rhe Board of Directors DirectorsWM DirectorsW DirectorsWar
WM W t MONTGOMERY Io TGo mRY Secretary SecretaryProbably SltrtlaryProbably SeerekaryProbably
Probably if the board of directors had not notpurchased notpurchased i ipurchased
purchased 419 Eleventh street there would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be no necessity for assessing the older oldermember oldermember oldermember
member 6loper 6 topper month death or no death deathinstead dentlainltead deathinstead
instead of troper iio > per capita on the death of a amember amember amember
member memberIt
It does look pretty hard that a brother brotherMason brotherMason I
Mason who has paid in over Soo forat000 fora for a
1000 policy finds himself at sixty or over overtaxed overtaxed overtaxed
taxed at the rate of from 60 to 70 per perannum perannum perannum
annum to maintain his membership If Ifthis Ifthills Ifthis
this thills is a sample of the fraternity on tap by bythe bytbe bythe
the Masonic Mutual Relief Association the thesooner thesoonr thesooner
sooner it goes out of business or or r it nill memo members memober meinhers ¬
hers ber take plain life insurance in the ordi ordinary ontlnarT ordinary ¬
nary life insurance companies comp ldes the betterfor better betterfor betterfor
for all concerned except perhaps the thesalaried thesalaried thesalaried
salaried secretary Mr William Montgo Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery ¬
mery and his assistant clerks clerksCleared clerksTHE clerksTHE
Cleared Up by the thelArrest Arrest of ofHis ofHis ofHis
His Assailant AssailantDECLARES Assai1 AssailantDECLARES nt ntDECLARES
The Assault Oaaurrail in the Hall of orChe ofthe ofthe
the house Yet Miss Jackson the theYonng theYonnJ theYoung
Young Lady Madas Was VItS Calling GallingOn CallingQn CallingOn
On Says She Never Hoard It ami amiKnow amIIuew andKnctv
Know Nothing About the Affair AffairSergeant AffairSergeant t1ldr t1ldrSergeAlSt
Sergeant Detective Hartigan informed the theGLOBE theGLOBE theOtons
GLOBE on Monday last that before its next nextissue uextiuue nextissue
issue be would have the assailant of Nicholas NicholasMades NieholasMades NicholasMades
Mades son of the proprietor of Mades Madeshotel Madeshotel Iade Iadehotel
hotel in custody The sergeant has 1te kept kepthis kepthie kepthis
his word The Th much injured man made a astatement astatemnt astatement
statement to Officer Hardgan Har an confirming confirmingthat contrm confirmingthat lIIt lIItthat
that shrewd sbrews detectives 4teQ ves suspicions splciol18 and he heimmediately 1111luuudiatcly heimmediately
immediately proceeded proce ed to place the man manunder manu4er manunder
under arrest asma4a nantsrt ky p i1t fr r Js Mimeo > 3 as My Myassailant W Wlariclt bigassailant
assailant VMriefc t Qiuan Ilan Is the individual individualaccused l1Htyfdualaccultd Individualaccused
accused After his arrest arre t he denied in toto totoevery totoevery toteevery
every allegation made by Mr Mades lIad and andstoutly andstout11111aintaha andstoutly
stoutly stout11111aintaha maintains his hi innocenceAs innocence innocenceAs innocenceAs
As surmised there is a woman at the bot bottom bottom bottom ¬
tom of the trouble Miss I11is Ida Jackson reaiding re residing reo reosiding ¬
siding at 102 Second street is the lady in inquestion inquestion inquestion
question whom Mr Mades has been fer fersonic fersome fersome
some time visitinsr On the night of f the as assault assault118Y assaultMay
sault sault118Y May ao IOltIr Mr Mades states that lie hewas liew liewas
was w leaving the house of Miss Jackson Jack on and andas andas I Ias
as he turned down the rather bright light in inthe inthe I
the lower hallway of the house he was struck strucka I Ia
a fearful blow in the mouth which dazed dazedhim dazedhim dazedhim
him This was followed up by a rain of ofblows orblows ofblows
blows and kicks until he was beaten insen insensible insensible insensibleltis ¬
sible sibleltis his jaw being fractured his stomach stomachinjured stomachinjred stomachinjured
injured and his leg broken Before how however 110Weer however ¬
ever losing consciousness he recognized recognisedCallan recognizedCallan I ICaltaa
Callan as the assailant al llant Since the assault assaultMr assaultMr assaultMr
Mr Mades has been under care of a phy physician physiciau physielan ¬
sician and despite his fearful injuries is isnow isnow isnow
now on the road to recovery recoveryThe recoveryThe recoveryThe
The mysterious mlIteriou thing about this affair is isthe isthe isthe
the statement of Miss Mi Jackson whom Mr MrMadts MrMadi MrMade
Made had just left in an upper room room of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the residence reside ace She states that she heard no noscuffle noKuftJe noscuffle
scuffle in the hall and knew kII nothing what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever of the assault notwithstanding that thatMr thatJIr thatMr
Mr Mades asserts it occurred O Curred just as he bad badturned badturned hadturned
turned down the light before leaving the thebouse thebouse thehouse
bouse Evidently all the truth or the facts factshave factshave factshave
have not yet been told by the parties to the theaffair theallair theaffair
affair affairMr allairMr affairMr
Mr Callan was arraigned in the police policecourt policecourt policecourt
court Friday and held awaiting the result resultof resultof
of Mr Mades injuries Callan is a bar barkeeper barkeeper ¬
keeper twentysix years of age ageThe IIgeThe ageThe
The theory of some of the police po lice con conversant conversant cont ¬
versant witk Mr Mades Madesrelations relations II with Miss MissJackson lI1seJackson MissJackson
Jackson has been that he was thrown from fromthe frontthe fromthe
the window to the ground below and sub subsequently subslQuntly subsequently ¬
sequently assaulted further This appears appearsnot appearsnot appearsnot
not to be now tenable under Mr Mades ac account account account ¬
count of the affair but it is a fact that the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory is still maintained by the police re referred r rferred reerred ¬
ferred to At all events the savage assault assaulton ass8ulton assaulton
on Mr Made is now likely of being satis satisfactorily satisfactorily satisfactorily
factorily cleared up and the Police Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment released from the odium of either in inability inability inability ¬
ability to run down the assailant or of being beinga
a party part to the suppression of the facts factsCard factsCarll factsCard
Card From Mr Robertso RobertsoEditor RobcrtsoEdilo RobortsoEdilor
Editor Sunday Globe GlobeEnclosed GlobeBacloled GlobeEnclosed
Enclosed please find clipping from Even Kvninl Evenlug Evening ¬
lug Times of June u stating that Govern Government Governmnt Governmeat ¬
meat employes salaries satari cannot be attached attachedBusiness attachedIDe attachedBtuinees
Business IDe men police letter carriers and all alllibers alltherl allrulers
rulers libers are compelled to pay and why not notthe notthe notthe
the Government clerks As I have quite a anumber alIuwber anumber
number of bills in some som of the departments departmentswhich departmentswldcb departmentswhich
which I have not put putout out for collection I Iwish Iwlab Iwish
wish vou would kindly give your opinion opinionon
on this thilllubject subject in your next edition editionG editionG
Miles Mil hasnt been charged w waway with giving gfofngaway givingaway
away the sugar scandal scandalMajor KandalMajor scandalMajor
Major Sylvester says nothing and saws sawswood sawswood I Iwood
wood He H is 1 imperturabto trader fire fireThat fireo fireThat fireThat
That expense account tn r Cuba will do dofor dofor dofor
for the Presidential campaign We have haveenough haveeaoagh haveenough
enough for November next nextUninformed nextUzai nextUninformed
Uninformed Uzai formad editors imagine that Hon HonJohn BoaJohn lionJohn
John R McLean directs dlr cu ete elocal everyrlocal y local election electionfor elHtionfor electionfor
for constable in Ohio When he is in the thesaddle theddle thesaddle
saddle ddle Hamilton county goes back on onGeorge onGeorKe onGeorge
George Cox This Thi is a royal test outside outsideeditors outlideeditors outsideeditors
editors might stick a pin pi in
To Be Presented With With the theStreets theStreets theStreets
Streets and Alleys of ofTHE ofTHE ofTHE
The Most Stupendous Steal Ever KvorProposed EverProposed vor
Proposed In the Halls or Congres CongresThe OongresTito r
The Thol Iowprful > > owprfuIIn Influence uenco of the Bell BellTelephone BellTelephone BollTelephone
Telephone Company Companylhe The Proposed ProposedConduit lroposctlCo ProposedConduit
Conduit Co lult FranchiseThe Franchise FranchiseThe I IThe
The most stupendous monopoly in if iii the theUnitpd theUnitptd theUnitpd
Unitpd States or at least the most power powerful powerful powerful
ful is the Bell Telephone Company Comp ny For a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter of a century the United States StatesSupreme StatesSupreme StatesSupreme
Supreme Court has decided every case of ofits oCits ofIts
its envolment in its favor The case which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the lawyers on both sides argued touchinlits touchingits touching touchingits
its unwarranted illegal and unpermissable unpermissableinvasion unpermi unpermissableinvasion sable sableinvasion
invasion of Washington was decided by 1 the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court on a technicality of its own ownfinding owntlndhlg ownfinding
finding and which the attorneys of the com company company company ¬
pany did notconceive not not conceive or raise and which whichthey wbichthey whichthey
they entirely overlooked To say that the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision startled the bar as well as the laity laityis laityi laityis
is i but mildly mildl stating the fact In reality realitythe re realitythe lity litythe
the technicality was such uch that it laid down downthe downthe downthe
the npvel proposition that this monopoly monopolycould monopolycould monopolycould
could not commit a wrongful or an illegal illegalact mlgalact illegalact
act no matter what it did for it left a loop loophols loophole loophole
hole for the company to escape the conse consequence consequence consequence ¬
quence of any unwarrantable or unevitable unevitableinvasion unevitableinvasion unevitableinvasion
invasion of town hamlet or city with its itstransmitters itltransmitters itstransmitters
transmitters receivers etc etcThe etcThe etcThe
The public will understand the power of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this monopoly when it recalls the fact that thatevery tl1atevery thatevery
every Congressman have them for a con constituency COIIstituency constituency ¬
stituency In every very Congressional and andSenatorial andSenatorial andSenatorial
Senatorial district in the United States of ofAmerica ofAmeriCll ofAmerica
America the Bell Telephone Company has hasa hasaplanta a aplan aplanta
planta plan ta constituency and a 1 pull II Hence we weare weare weare
are not at all allurwisell surprised that it asks Congress Congressfor Congreufor Congressfor
for the fee simple ownership of the streets streetsor streetsor streetsor
or surface ground of the National Capital CapitalIt CapitalIt
It has a bill now before Congress which to touse touse touse
use the language in substance of Edmund EdmundBurke EdmundBurke EdmundBurke
Burke on Poynings penal penlllaws laws for Ireland IrelandIs
Is drawn with such devilish ingenuity that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fiends themselves acknowledge a I mas master ma mater malet ¬
ter m the human monstrosityThe monstrosity nlostrosltyTile monstrosityThe
The bill gives the pri privilege rilege which the theBell theBell theBell
Bell Telephone people do not need except exceptas
as a blind to eject ect palls tl1a outside the city cityluMilsand cit cityhlitUtsand
luMilsand slri aftlg tri wire ctt f to < but batf t4 j d ber berIs here hereis laeTeis J
is whet the robbery roItbercome comes in fnal rill wires in inthe ili ilithe Inthe
the city eit must be b taken down and ud the con conduit condnit conduit ¬
duit systein systemadopted adopted within wi hin four years yearsDo 1earsDo yearsDo
Do the people of Washington Wa ldnton realize the thestupendousness t thestupendousness e estupelldounelS
stupendousness of this proposed steal or orvested orvCllted orvested
vested interest in its streets alleys and by byways byways byways
ways without the compensation of a penny
We hardly think so or there would be pub public public publie ¬
lic meetings in every ward in the city to toprotest toprotest toprotest
protest protestThe protestThe protestThe
The bill in fact under the compulsory compulsoryto compulsoryiuise compulsoryguise
guise of compelling the telephone people peopleto
to adopt the conduit or underground system systemfor systemfor systemfor
for their wires presents them with a vested vestedinterest vestedinterest vestedinterest
interest in the streets and alleys of the na nations nations nations ¬
tions capital Coming in and operating
here without invitation or the paynieutdf payment of f anickle a anickle anickle
nickle which the Supreme Court says s yS is isnot isnot i
not illegal they now propose to t root up upevery upevery u uevery isp p
every street and alley in the city they de desire desire desire ¬
sire and once having placid their conduits conduitsby conduitsby conduitsby
by act of Congress Con ress they become by the theauthority theauthority theauthority
authority of the national Congress pos possessed posse8ttd possensed ¬
sensed of a legal and a legitimate vested in interest ilitereit iiiterest ¬
terest worth millions upon millions of dol dollars dollara dollars ¬
lars besides forever barring or preventing preventingall
all competition from any improved tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone system no matter how simple or orcheap orcheap orcheep
cheap If this company is i authorized by
Congress COlIgre s with the thin and gauzy disguise disguiseof
of compulsion compu1 ioll to lay conduits under our ourstrtets ourstreets ourstreets
streets the ground upon which the conduits conduitsrest conduitsreat conduitsrest
rest is their property in fee simple And Andinasmuch Andinaswnch Andiaasmnchi
inasmuch as the ground is directly under underthe underthe underthe
the surface of the streets the surface that isto is isto iato
to say the streets themselves become their theirproperty theirproperty
property propertyWhat propertyWhat propertyWhat
What a magnificent gift without the exaction ex exaction ¬
action of a dollar front this powerful mo monopoly monopoly monopoly ¬
nopoly nopolyThe nopolyThe nopolyThe
The bill will pass and every Congress Congressman Congresmllil Congressmat ¬
man voting for it Democrat or Republican Republicanwill Republicanwill Republicanwill
will secure his campaign expenses ex > 4tnes and the thesuppprt thesupprt thesupport
suppprt of the companys constituency in inhis inhis
his individual district Meanwhile the thepeople tlcepeople thepeople
people are robbed of a franchise so valuable valuablethat valuabletbat valuablethat
that the millions it is worth to the Bell Be peo people peopie peepie ¬
pie would free this District from taxation taxationfor taxatioafor taxationfor
for the next half a century bud tld pay the theDistricts tbeDistricts theDisttiets
Districts share of all expensesThe expenses expensesThe expensesTile
The steal is so stupendous that we heal hesitate heltitate healtate ¬
tate in particularizing it further in the fear fearof fearof fearof
of exciting incredulity Further particu particulars p particnhere rticli rticlilars ¬
lars will however be furnished from time timeto timeto timeto
to time until the bill becomes a law lawMorgan lawMorran lawMorgan
Morgan is the hot foot Sue of the Nic Miraragua Nicaragua Nicaraeaa ¬
aragua canal canalThurber callaLThurber canalThurber
Thurber ought to have gone up against againstthe againltthe againstIke
the meat trust trustWhere trutWhere trustWhere
Where is Mr Babcock to get his cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign fund from if these annoying trust trustrevelations trustrevel trustrevelations
revelations revel ioas continue continueThe continueTbe continueThe
The sugar trust will contribute baud handsomely baudsomely baudsomely
somely to the Republican Congressional Congressionalcampaign Cepclolcampaiga Congressionalcampaign
campaign ifThe if ifThe UThe
The Democratic Congressional Campaign CampaignCommittees CampaignCoitwes CampaignCommittees
Committees through express has stopped stoppedat
at the first tat water tank tankGeneral caulGeneral tankGeneral
General Miles had better play to a sure surething suretbing surething
thing and retire before he is courtmartialed courtmartialedand
and dismissed His enemies are after him himwith bhnwiUa himwith
with sleepless pleas vigilance and it would no nosurprise not notrpri noterpriae
surprise rpri a s to bear b of his being beia < < chargedwith charged chargedwith cbargdwith
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