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on on K Near Seventeenth SeventeenthTHE SeventeenthTHE SeventeenthTHE
1Vt2h Vlih Speculation as to Who Ho Is laand Isand Isand
and Where Ills Wealth Comes ComesFrom ComcsFrQmA ComesFromA
From FrQmA A lleiharkable no llarkablo Furniture FurnitureTransaction Furniturei FurnitureTrhnsactlou
i TI Trhnsactlou Transaction llsaCtion lu t l Which Wblchlatlam Ifatiam Madam Buby BubyDale IIribyDale 1by 1byi
i Dale Flsures FIKurcsTbcorlcs Theories as to His HisCriminal IllsCriminal IsisCriminal
Criminal Career Fugitive From FromJustice FromJustlocEtc FromJustice
Justice JustlocEtc Etc EtcThere Etc EtcThere to toThere
There is a mysterious individual individual exciting excitingconsiderable excitingConsiderable excitingconsiderable
considerable comment among those ac acquainted acquainted acquainted ¬
quainted with the facts who rents the parlor parlorin parlorin parlorin
in a furnished houseon K near Seventeenth Seventeenthtreet Sevellteentbstreet Seventeenthstreet
street This individual has a valet valetIn in fact facthe facthe factlie
he has had three of them tbemto to wait upon him himThe himThe himThe
The valets duties are to wheel him about aboutin aboutIn aboutin
in his chair as he claims to be paralyzed in inthe Inthe inthe
the lower extremities The suspicious suspiciouspart sUlpiciouspart euspiciouspart
part of the narrative told by some of the theparalytics theparalytics theparalytics
paralytics acquaintances is i that bat he III has hasbeen hasbeen linebeen
been seen to cross his lags in the privacy privacyof
of bis bl room when lie thought nobody could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see his actions Another insolvable or ormysterious ormysterious ormysterious
mysterious part of orthis this mans almost nightly nightlyprogram nlghUyprogram nightlyprogram
program is that the valet wheels him in his hishair Iuschair hischair
chair hair to a carriage at 9 p m helps him in into into into ¬
to to the vehicle and the paralytic does not notreturn noti notreturiiuntil
i return returiiuntil until a 28 a m Where lie spends his time timein timein timein
in the interim and whether he leaves the thecarriage thecarrlasre thecarriage
carriage or is being continuously driven drivenaround drivenaround drivenaround
around for the five hours between 9 p m mand 111and iiiand
and a a in nobody so far has been able to todetermine tod todetermine
determine d terl11ine If he leaves the carriage he hedoes hedoes liedoes
does so without the assistance of the valet valetas valetas valetas
as that individual never accompanies him himin himI himin
I in the carriage carriageThe anrriageThe carriageThe
The only information vouchsafed by the theMystery thel theMystery
Mystery l y teryn himself is of a contradictory contradictorycharacter contradictorycharacter contradictorycharacter
character At one time he represents him himself himself himself ¬
self as a pensioner drawing a a handsome in income Income income
come from the Government Then again againhe againhe againhe
he states that he is a gentleman of inde ladependent independent indexandent ¬
pendent income Thosewho Those who have had himunder him himtinder himunder
under surveillance however believe him to tobe tobe tobe
be a fugitive from justice iu hiding as he henever betlever lienever
never goes out in the day time while others othersthink otherstblnk othersthink
think he is a criminal who prowls abound aboundat
at night after leaving his carriage some somei Saine Sainedistance somedistance
i distance from the hpuse lipuaeThe hpuseThe hQlulleThe
The pat pastweek week however a clu clue developed developedor
or rather an incident occurred rred which has hasparalytic hasW hasw
> ifiti Yk W d 4R S J1U 1 F dlq 41I tUfwor pass passalee alee aleelie t
wortlty wor y effort to solve IIOlve the Ylltery as ule uleparalytic lie lieparalytic
paralytic is named The taniiure t Vnl ure house of ofGrogan ofGrogan ofGrogan
Grogan Co sold some ninety dollars dollarsworth clollarsworth dollarsworth
worth of household goods to a gentleman gentlemanwho gentlemanwhse entleman entlemanwh
who wh whse gave the name and address of the theMysteij theMyst theMystery
Mystery Myst i The furniture was loaded up upin upin
Ii in a wagon provided by the Mystery the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first deposit depositbeing being paid as it was wi purchased purchasedori
oil the installment plan When the firm firmsought firmsought firmsought
sought to collect the second installment installmentthe installmentthe installmentj
the collector was astonished by the lady of ofthe ofthe ofthe
j the residence at which the furniture was wassupoosed wassup wassupoosed
supoosed sup Dosed to 0 be delivered who informed informedhim informedhim informedhim
him that no such goods were delivered In Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation was w s immediately set on foot by bythe bythe bythe
the firm The negro driver of the wagon wagonin wagonin wagonin
in which the Mystery carted off the fur furniture furniture furniture ¬
niture was found He refused to state statewhere statewhere statewhere
where he delivered the goods unless he was waspaid waspaid waspaid
paid two dollars dollarsHSrThe dollarsIIItThe dollarst4The
HSrThe sum was given him him whereupon he leled heled l1eled
led the agent of the firm to the sporting sportinghouse sportingbouJe sportinghouse
house of Ruby Dale and there sure enough enoughwere enoughwcre enoughwere
were the household goods purchased by the theMystery theMystery theMystery
Mystery Ruby gave up the furniture furniturebut furniturebut furniturebut
but stated that she had purchased the ar article articles artidies ¬
tidies from from a gentleman who had brought broughtthem brougbtthem broughtthem
them to the house and that she had paid paiddown paiddown paiddown
down 14 and agreed to make a final pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment of 16 more later on onA onA onA
A reporter for the GLOBE called on the theGrogan theGr08n theOrogen
Grogan firm for information Here another anothermystery anothermystery anothermystery
mystery occurred Mr Grogan absolutely absolutelydenied absolutelydenied absolutelydenied
denied all knowledge qf the transaction and andgave andpve andgave
gave it as his opinion that it must be some someother someotber sonicother
other furniture house It was ascertained ascertainedin
in other quarters however that the Mystery Mys Mystery 1Iystery ¬
tery had been ordered to leave the residence residencewhere residencewhere residencewhere
where he had been occupying the parlor parlorbecauseof parlorbeanuse parlorbecauseof
becauseof beanuse of the annoyance given the land landlady landlady landlady ¬
lady over the furniture deal And late lateyesterday lateyesterday lateyesterday
yesterday our informant discovered that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Mystery had moved back to his old oldquarters oldquarters oldquarters
quarters He was equally positive that the thebouse thehouse theLouse
house of Grogan sold the furniture but the thefirm thefirm thefirm
firm having been made good by the Mys Mystery 1Iystery Mystery ¬
tery tery they wanted no further notoriety in inthe inthe inthe
the matter and hence their denial of any anyknowledge anyknowledge anyknowledge
knowledge of the transaction transactionThe transactionThe transactionThe
The whple affair summarized amounts to tothese tothese tothese
these salient facts factsThere factsThere factsThere
There is such uch a man as the Mystery MysteryHe lIvsteryHe Mysteryd
d He is not paralyzed but plays the paralytic paralyticRe paralyticHe paralyticHe
He sold the furniture to Ruby Dale D le and andshe andsbe andshe
she turned it over to Grogan or some other otherfurniture otherfurniture otherfurniture
furniture house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The Mystery himself is back in his old oldquarters oldqURrters oldquarters
quarters and the thegO thegosstps gossips lipa are wild with spec speculative speculative speculadve ¬
ulative theories aa to who he is Howlie How Howhe Howhe
he squared the furniture deal dealIf dealf dealIf
f If he is a great criminal and rich why did didhe didhe didho
he resort to a petty swindle What are his hissources bissources hissources
sources of income Where is his last valet valstat valethe valetae
at ae he now has a new one oneAnd oneAnd oneAnd
And there waleave we we leave 18ave the subject to avoid a atrip atrip atrip
trip to St Blbabeths ntbabetbsDr BlbabethsDr
Dr Richardson discharged three female femaleattendants femaleattendants femaleattendants
attendants Friday mida last for talking to a male malepatient malepat malepatlgntwino
patlgntwino patient pat ntwho who will believe it itif itRoyal
41 41The if i
< The Royal American contingent in Iondon Londonwho Iondonwho Iondonwho
who would not ot be caught dead at a Presi Presidential Presldentlal Presidentlal ¬
dentlal inauguration are now wearing crepe crepeinstead crepeinstead crepeinstead
instead of knickerbockers and silk hoseAuditor hose hoseAuditor hoseAuditor
Auditor Castle treated his department to toa toa toa
a surprise party the past week weektbat that is he heinaugurated heinaugnmted heinaugurated
inaugurated a system sy tlm of transfers from one onedivision oneGIlsfon onedivision
division to another which has completely completelydemoralised completely4emoralfaed completely4emorahiaed
demoralised the whole push pushRead pushRead
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RUPRECHTS BLASTAstonishes BLAST BLlSTAstonishes BLASTAstonishes
Astonishes Inventor Painton Paintonand Paintonand Paintonand
and the Globe Scribe ScribeADVOCATING ScribeADVOCATING ScribeADVOCATING
Of the American Wireless Telegraph TelegraphPatient TelegruphPatient TelegraphPatent
Patient anti Giving His Free Opin Opinion Opin10nt1IRt Opinion ¬
ion 10nt1IRt that the Whole Thing Is No NoGood NoGoot11Uarcolll NoGoodMarconi
Goot11Uarcolll Good Marconi Prince of ofFnkos Fakes and andtho andthe nd ndtl10
the System of Wireless Telegraphy Telegraphyan Telerllpl y yau
an Illusion of the Brain BrainCommer BrainCommorchilly BrainCommercially Commer Commercially ¬
cially Impracticable ImpracticableWhile ImpracticableWhile ImpracticableWhile
While perambulating on the Rialto one oneevening oneevening oneevening
evening the past week the GLOBK scribe scriberan scriberan scriberan
ran into inventor Painton and a tall good goodlooking goodlooking goodlooking
looking German with a bulbous nose while whilethey whllethey whilethey
they were discussing their experiences before be before before ¬
fore Congress CongressSaid CongressSaid CongressSaid
Said Mr Ruprecht the German aforesaid aforesaidtomorrow aforelaidtomorrow aforesaidtomorrow
tomorrow I appear before the Senate com cornmlttee committee committee ¬
mittee on wireless telegraphy and I will willblow wUlblow willblow
blow Marconi clean out of the tile water He Heis HeIII Heis
is nothing but a fake anyhow and for that thatmatter thtmatter tkatmatter
matter I believe this whole wireless wireess tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph business to be a fake fakeWy fakeVy fakeWyown
Wyown Wy Vy ows that Mr Ruprecht aint you ere ereasking ereasking ireasking
asking for an extension of the American Americanwireless Americanwireless Americanwireless
wireless telegraph and telephone patent patentsaid patentsaid patentsaid
said Mr Painton PaintonOil PaintonOh PaintontOh
Oh answered Ruprecht I know it is isour isour isour
our only chance to get the patent extended extendedand extendedand extendedand
and try to sell out the whole thing and get getout getout getoutof
out outof of the d business businessHere businessHere businessHere
Here the GLOBB scribe put in and asked askedIs alkedIs askedIs
Is Dr Gehring still president of the com company company cornparry ¬
pany and is he new II W in Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe
The doctor is still president and was in inWashington inWashington inWashington I
Washington last week but he slipped in inand inand inand
and out quietly for he doesnt want to toarouse toarouse toarouse
arouse the Marconi people who are oppos opposing OOposIIIi opposlag ¬
ing an extension of the Dolbear Dolbe r patent As Asyou AeYOI1 Asyou
you know I consider the whole thing a fake fakeand fakeand fakeand
and I want to get the doctor out of this thiswhole thiswhole thiswhole
whole business as he made a mistake in inever Inever inever
ever getting into it for I dont believe it itwill itwill itwill
will ever amount to a d as a commercial commer commercial cammercial ¬
cial utility or as a a money maker You see seeI ReeI seeI
I have been down in South America for the thelast Ulelast thelast
last five or six years and there are plenty plentyof plentyof plentyof
of chances there for a man with little or ormuch ormuch ormuch
much capital to make money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The doctor is thotti th01 thoipoeted < > 8 irP8ted j eted on real realestate realestilte realestate
estate and how to manipulate iuanipu llte it but he heso U Uso isso
so badly stuck in this wireless wirele telegraph telegraphbusiness telegraph1bUttll telegraphbnaineesthat
business bnaineesthat 1bUttll that he Ilecantt cant caii p pUotat ppUoutatprtrawt ppUoutatprtrawtthth U out at pr pra a tll1t tll1ttill U Utill
till w we manage Bianjsr lI1a p somehow to dump it on onsomebody onsomebody onsomebody
somebody else Then Th n if I can get him to tocome tocome tocome
come with me to South America or Hon Honduras lIonduras Honduras ¬
duras I can get grants of land to the amount amountof amountof amountof
of one hundred thousand or even five bund hun hundred hundred ¬
dred thousand acres containing coal and andother andotber andother
other minerals besides being fine agricul agricultural agriculturalland agricultural ¬
tural turalland land and we will colonize it making makinga
a couple of millions in three or four years yearsWell yearsWell yearsWell
Well what will you sell this ere Wire Wireless lvireless vireless
less telegraph stock for inquired Inventor InventorPainton InventorPainton InventorPainton
Painton PaintonOh PaintonOh PaintonOh
Oh anything anything replied Mr MrRuprecbt 1lrRuprecht MrRuprecbt
Ruprecbt I have about 20000 worth of ofstock ofstock ofstock
stock in It and I will let you have it ror rortwentyfive tortwenty or ortwentyfive
twentyfive twenty five cents on the dollar As I told toldyou toldyou toldyou
you I dont believe in it it Its too too visionary visionarytoo
too much illusion to it for me and it never neverwill neverwi11 neverwill
will amount to anything commercially and andij andi andont andlJ
ij Wont ont pay me or any other man capable capabletik anpabletJj3klnlt
t tJj3klnlt tik Ajking c ing money to fool with it There is isthat I Idint
that that Marconi rcoui fake after having one set of ofdirectors ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors the biggest in the country who whoinvestigated whoinvestigated whoinvestigated
investigated the matter and gave up in dis disgust disgust diegust ¬
gust he has now succeeded in getting an another another air airother ¬
other squad of directors with big names namesamong namesamong namesamong
among whom is a a Senator and they in turn turnas tnmas turnas
as soon as they discover what they are up upagainst upagainst upagainst
against will retire Meantime Marconi is ismaking IIImaking ismaking
making all he can and Doses as the1 the1greatest th greatest grgatestfake greatestfake grtestfake
fake of the century centuryI
I will blow him clean out of water to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning and secure a favorable re report reo reoport report ¬
port on the extension of our patent We Weare Weare Weare
are American citizens and are entitled to it itas itas itas
as againstthis against > this foreigner foreignerAll forehrncrAn foreignerAll
All the Senators that I have spoken to toare toare toare
are in favor of it it When the patent is ex extended extended ex extended ¬
tended I will try to pull the doctor out of it itand itand itand
and take him with me to South America Americaand Anlericnand Americaand
and let others who like such things fool foolargund foolar9und foolaround
around this 75000000 company that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have recently reorganized under the pres presidency presidency presideney ¬
idency of Dr Gehring and a d fool foolthing foolthing foolthing
thing it is And Mr Ruprecht wiping wipinghis wipingbis wipinghis
his bulbous nose blew a resounding resoundin blast blastas blaltas blastas
as he wheeled about face and bade the as astonished astonished astonished ¬
tonished inventor Painton and the GLOBE GLOBEscribe GLOBSscribe GLOB GLOBscribe
scribe good night nightWell nightVetl nightWell
Well if e aint a rum one hi never saw sawone sawone sawone
one said inventor Painton lire e is islobbying islobbying islobbying
lobbying a think through Congress that e esays e8Qysaint esays
says 8Qysaint aint worth a d and admitting it itopenlyl Itopenlyl itopenly
openlyl Well hi cant cant understand Hamer Hatnericnnseither Hamerleanseither Hamericnnseitlier
icnnseither in Congress orhin or I11n the lobby lobbyand lobbyand lobbyand
and inventor painton made a dive for Gets Getstenbergs Gerstenbergs Geratenbergs
tenbergs and took tookaglllls a aglass glass of all and alt with witha
a Welsh rare bit as a night cap to induce inducethe inducethe inducethe
the peaceful slumbers that presumably presumablyfollowed preumablytollowed presumablyfollowed
To po o Succeeded by II O f hopnrd fhcpRrdIresldant hopnrdPresident hcpnrdlrosidant
President Inland Printer Co CoWithin CoWithilt CoWithin
Within the next next thirty thlrtydayslI tbirtydayasays days says Ys the Cin Cincinnati Ci Cicinnati Cis Ciscfnnaii ¬
cinnati B4Hirtr SWjulr r Public Printer Palmer Is lato Isto isto
to be relieved from office ollie and his successor successoris
is announced to be H O Shepard of Chi Chicago Chicago Chisago ¬
cago the president of The Inland Printer PrinterCompany Prhiter PrhiterCompany PrinterCompany
CompanyJUr CompanyMr Company CompanySir
Sir Shepard has the backing of the Inter International International International ¬
national Typographical Union and President Presi President President ¬
dent Roosevelt has decided to appoint him himIn himIn himin
In conformity with their request If Mr MrShepard MrShepard MrShepard
Shepard leaves the office at the expiration expirationof
of his term with the reputation for honesty honestyind honCfltyand honestyand
and efficiency made by Mr Palmer ho will willliave wfUbave willhave
have richly deserved the high position positionMr positionJUr positionMr
Mr Palmer will willltavc have the well wishes wish of ofsvery ofevery ofevery
every employe in the printing office on his hisretirement lJlsretireWtnt hisretirement
r rou
Another Scandal of an Atcpci Atcpcious At Atroci AtrociousCharacter fi =
ous ousCharacter ou Character Come to Light LightPERSECUTION LightPER LightPERSECUTION
or a Young Married Woman Whose WhoseHusband WhoseIIusband Vbo e eJlusbtmtl
1 1pines
Husband la a Soldier in the Philip Philippines Pht1l Philippines ¬
pines by an Official of tho Institu Institution InstitutionTho InstitutionTho ¬
tion tionTho The Facts Laid Before BcrO e Ireal Irealdont PlclIl PlclIldent Pjesident
dent Roosevelt Who Has HasrT HalTakenV HalTakenVthe Taken Takenthe en enthe
the Case CasoUnderOonsideratlon CasoUnderOonsideratlonI Tender Consideration ConsiderationI Oonslde lon
1 t
1 f
I 1I have hay come here in behalf of a perser persercuted per perger pergersated e ecuted
cuted woman whose husband is a soldier in inthe inthe inthe
the Philippines said a lady from Anacostia Anacostiain
in the GLOBS office the past week weekState weekState weekState
State the nature of the persecution persecutionMadam peraecuU persecutionMadam n n1Iadam
Madam and the GLOBS will do what it can canto canto cen cento
to rectify the wrong wrongThe WrOAIrThe wrongThe
The case CR is like this tht thtsresumed resumed the ladf ladfa lady ladya
a young married woman whose husband husbandcarried husba husbacarried busbas4carried I
carried away by a companion in his desire deaiiefor desirefor de ire irefor
for travel enlisted enlistedsooa soon after their marriage marriageand marriageand
and left her ter without visible means of sup support support support ¬
port except such shelter as an aunt aun could couldgive couldgWe I
give her who is herself poor and struggling strugglingThrough stmnlingThrough strugglingThrough
Through the influence of a gentleman in the theDistrict tileDitrict theDistrict
District building she secured a position positionSt a aSt as asSt
St Elisabeths 1UllI beths hospital for the insane and andin audin t >
in this position she gave excellent satisfac satiefaction satisfaction saUafaction ¬
tion till she attracted the attention of a cer certain ceratain certain ¬
tain influential n uential male employe who taking takingadvantage tukftigadvantage I Iadvantale
advantage of his position commenced a aseries 8ur1es aseries
series of petty persecutions which eulml eufmihated eulmlnated J Junted
hated In a pretended offer of reconciliation reconciliationon
on his part partThe partThe I IThe
The young girl being unsophisticated unsophisticatedbelieved unsophisticatedbelieved I
believed in the sincerity of his expressions expressionsand expres expressionsand ion
and consented to meet him in the city at her heraunts heraunts heraunts
aunts to talk it all over overWell overWell overWell I
Well what happened next nextThey nextThey
They met at her aunts house and after aftersome aftersome aftersonic I
some conversation conver atlon he invited her to take a awalk awlllk awalk
walk In lathe the course of the walk the subject subjectwas subjoctl1SlCOne subjectwas
was l1SlCOne gone over and he promised to be her herfriend herfriend herfriend
friend and to advance her in her positionFinally position positionFinally oeition oeitionPfnally
Finally he invited her to take refreshments refreshmentswhich refreshmentswhich refreshmentswhich
which she did not at all desire but feared fearedto
to refuse and she accompanied dh hm io f o a aup auv aup
up town hotel where Securing a private privatet l rlvare rlvareroo
ro roo 11e succeeded t t a alter ter great M Misltmants persuasion persuasionan persuasionand
an and al ns1p16P isltmants stinapigjndueiaghertot9tdnlc stinapigjndueiaghertot9tdnlctill injnduclnjher to ttQn ttQntm fldnle fldnletill
till lliewds ill It wSslntoKieatsd IIlnt lntoxlcated dcated He then then made an anindecent at atindecent airindecent
indecent proposal and attempted to toforce en enfoLot en enforce ¬
force it which she resisted ralat < deter determhiedly cieterlh1een deterulhtedly
mhiedly lh1een although 1t ujuh tinder tll1l1 r the luf ittflience fleece of ofliquor Qtliquor offliquor
liquor liquorFinally liquorFinall liquorFinally
Finally Finall desisting he pretended to be besorry besorry besorry
sorry for his act and agreed to take her to toher tober toher
her aunts house in a cab Instead how however however however ¬
ever after driving for some time he took tookher tookher tookher
her to an assignation house where he suc succeeded succeeded succeeded ¬
ceeded in accomplishing her ruin she be being being belug ¬
ing so stupefied from the liquor and prob probably probably probably ¬
ably from the administration of a drug dru that thatshe thatsbe thatshe
she was powerless to resist or take care of ofherself ofherself ofherself
herself Resuming her place at the hospital hospitalshe hospitalshe hospitalshe
she began to torealize realize her hertearful fearful position and andthe andthe andthe
the fearful scene she had been through and andhe andhe andhe
he taking advantage of her fear of ex exposure expOllure cxposure ¬
posure forced her to subsequent meetings meetingsFinally meetingsFinallY meetingsFinally
Finally she appealed for protection and andmade andmade andmade
made a clean breast of the case to one of the thehigher tbehlgber thehigher
higher officials of the institution institutionWas institutionWas institutionWas
Was this official Dr Richardson Richardsonmadam Ricbardsonmadam Richardsonmadam
madam madamWell madamWelllhat madamWeil
Well Welllhat f that hat I am not prepared to to state statefor statefor statefor
for certain reasons but the official in quee queetlon QUctltlon question
tlon advised her to resume her duties as ex exposure exposure exposurewould ¬
posure posurewould would result resultin in her ruin or ischarge dischargeand < ischargeand ischargeand
and that he bcwould would prevent any an further persecution per persecution per persecution ¬
secution of her warning her V at the same sametime sametime sametime
time not to mention under any circumstan circumstances ¬
ces that she had resorted the case to him himDid himDid himDid
Did the persecution cease ceaseFor ceaseFor ceaseFor
For a little while yes but then as usual usualtbe ueualthe usualthe
the most unexpected happened About Abouteight Abouteight Abouteight
eight weeks after reporting the matter to tothe tothe tothe
the official in question she be was notified notifiedthat notifiedthat notifiedthat
that her services were no longer required requiredat
at the hospital and she was discharged dischargedVVhat dilcbargedWbat dischargedWhat
What action did she take after her die dischaftre di dichatveff diecharge
charge chatveff if any anyOn anyOn anyV anyVOn
On the advice of a a friend she he wrote to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Roosevelt asking an interview interviewand interviewand interviewand
and she be received recei ved a reply from Mr Cortelyou Cortelyousaying Cortelyou8Qylng Cortelyousaying
saying that as the President was very much muchoccupied muchoccupied muchoccupied
occupied with important matters he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not grant her the interview she had asked askedfor askedfor askedfor
for but that if she would communicate communicatewith communicatewith communicatewith
with him by letter fully explaining expl inillf thestate the thestate thestate
state of the case he would give it atten attention attention attention ¬
tion tionDid tionDI
Did DI < l she write to the President again againthe againthe againthe
the GLOBS asked askedYes askedYes askedYes
Yes sir she wrote out a full history of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the case just as I have related it to you yougiving yougiving yougiving
giving the name not only of her persecutor pcraecutorbut persecutorbut persecutorbut
but that of the theoilicial official in whom shelmd she had con confided coufided confitted ¬
fided as before explained and the fact that thather thather thather
her husband was a brave soldier fighting in inthe Inthe inthe
the Philippines and that she herself her lf was wasentirely wa waeutlrelv wasentirely
entirely without means of supportaxd living livingon
on the charity of a poor relative and such suchlittle sucllUnle suchlittle
little work as she could get et herself herselfWell berMlfWeU herselfWell
Well what was the result of her commu communication communication communication ¬
nication to the President PresidentSo PresidentSo PresidentSo
So far there has been nothing done doneAfter doneAfterwaiUng doneAfter
AfterwaiUng After waiting weeks fora reply no acknowl acknowledgment acknowledllment acknowledsrment ¬
edgment of her letter was received and she sheagain sheagalu sheagain
again wrote to the President or to his pri ptigate private private ¬
vate secretary making inquiries inqul es as to towhether towhether towhether
whether the communication baa b been teen re received f1Icelved rw rwceived ¬
ceived and what action If any any had tla been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken takenDid Did she get an answer to tliU ommuni ItOmmumoation eornmumoation ommunioatton
oation oationYea oationYes oattonYes
Yes but it merely stated that th < < t it had been beenrebelvtd beenrebelved beenrebetved
rebelvtd and had been considered c t1 ldered by the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and there the niattvrrttts niattvrrtttsF rnnttllr t l9 l9lit
lit F will wait a reasonable reasonabl time for the thePresidents tileI thePresidents
I Presidents action and audit if none I Is + taken Ij Ijwill I Iwill
I wiitadvisethis will advise this poor woman and nd aid her to totake totake
take the matter into court and have even evenlanded evenhanded evenhanded I
handed justice j ustlce dealt out to totltl this heartless heartlessbrute I Ibrute i
bruteThe brute bruteThe It ItThe
The lady who related the foregoing i it a aWoman j jvomun
Woman of considerable onidembl wealth w lth and of social socialstanding ocialstandlnK I Iitandlng I
standing She is well known for her works worksf woritsof worksof
of f charity and has taken taken up U this ease case with witha i ii
a i determination to see it through to the thend theend I Iend
end nd
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From From4Uncle Uncle Sam SamVr S SamI SamCOL m mCOL
he Clipper Compiler and Paster o oCuttlngson or orCuttln ofCuttingeon
Cuttlngson Cuttln 8on Art ArtalJd and Industry IrulustryFonr IrulustryFonrVUaume9 IndustryFourVolumes Four FourVolumes
Volumes In Twenty TwentyYearsTho Years Tho Her Herculean Hercll1ean Herculean ¬
culean Labors of ot1111aGhautic < i HUQIeantlc In 111J Intolleot
J 5 tclloct tet1eot f E Equaled J ualed I d Only Onlyby I by liy J an 11erlI 11erlI1l > Lmeri LmericimSculptor tterlc tterlcqau v vtclloct
cimSculptor qau 1l Sculptor in Mexico MexicoColonel D Mo e j co cot o oWI
WI t v t tColonel
l lCotonel
Colonel Isaac Edwards Clark a dlstltt dlstltttihlied distittitJithed disthtguletted
itJithed tihlied looking old gentleman flent1 l11ata of about aboutixtyfive aboutsixty aboutsixtyfive
ixtyfive sixty ive years of age holds thcrgeprd the pcgrd for forioverntncNt forGovernmellt forGovernmeat
ioverntncNt snap snapsYears snapYeaTl snapYears
Years and years ago a o or to be more more or defi defilite defisite 1t S Swite
site lite we will say shout twenty years ago agohfough agot1ttotlrh agothrough
through the influence of that great reformer re reorater reo reofon
former fon orater er the Honorable Whitelaw Reid Reidpeeial Reidllpecial Reidspecial
special envoy in waiting to do tie tjhe e flunkey flunkeyet
act et for fpr r King Ki g Bdward on his recovery re very Con ConYeas Couma Congeese
ma Yeas passed a special act creating creatiocal an office o e in inhe intbe Inthe
the he Bureau ureau of Education ducation at the corner of ofSifthth oCBirbth ofEighth
Eighth and G streets entitled Art and In Inustry IiJauatry Industry
auatry ustry To the position of sgerlntendent sgerlntendentand s ftwrintendent ftwrintendentnd rintendent rintendentUld
and nd generalissimo of this srMPd aH industry industryfflte Industryelte industryMee
elte fflte Colonel Clark was appointed at a aary alary asalary
salary lary ary of 2400 per annum annumThe annumThe annumThe
The duties of the position not being well wellenned wellfllt welllaAned
fllt laAned enned ned Colonel Clark mapped out his own ownretrain ownr ownprogram
program retrain r ram and has ha been following it from the thelaw thetime thetitntt
law of his bl appointment to the present day dayfie dayIb dayThi
Thi Ib fie colonel colone is a scholar aud exceedingly exceedinglyrudite exceedmglyeruilite
rudite in all matters pertaining to art and andndustry andtndlltry andindustry
industry which wbiclthe ha finds in the magazines magazineslews IUQgaalneewspapen magazinesnewspapers
newspapers lews papers booka hookit and scientific leatJtic journals of ofbe ofthe ofthe
the be country count ip It Is estimated that he has hasS baswom hastorn
torn S orn more than a dozen pairs airs of imported importedleiwora importedfMOra importedariuora
ariuora leiwora clipping these extracts to pate psstehem patetbem pastethem
hem in ser SCITID took bootsThe tookThe MQbThe
The Colonels c modus HI operandi o antli being beingyhen beingen
yhen en he h ht HfiUb npon leper a paragraph on art or orhdustry ordtwtry orhtd
htd hdustry trY t lA acHe c the aforesaid paragraph paragraphinti paragrapl1aultdflMy paragrapheu
aultdflMy eu inti d defttyefxtraet ftij vxtract et It I with tth a scissors He HeJttn Heii Hetit
tit Jttn transfers ntraiMtersittohisscrap ittohfe to acrap book and andmakes andmakesitlbnMR makes makesimjato
itlbnMR ii imjato 1 > > 1 comment wrnm ntflh4 < tfjt tenlea erreath r Jea111 h w with h his histbitr hisIii hispe
Iii tbitr r Having ailed a large scrap crap book bookends bookwit bookwit
wit iteie cllppjtg ellppi an and III his o own apmUft apmUftII opmmmtirCjlAptpertiar
irCjlAptpertiar II lCeIIrjl ieoulYafb eonft i61S efie C Cblol1e I Ilenda Pscede
scede ends the book to the Government GdernU1t11t Printing Printingrhrt PrintflltO PrintingOtllce
Otllce O let aa an Originl prod rod n and eventujjldtpte eventu eventuIIUrJf9
IIUrJf9 jjldtpte ileeary r tb thtMeauof thtMeauofnduo IIellu of offdcaatba
nduo fdcaatba iMn 111 ntu ar it tltWr rise rhI that he hean IteCUI hecan
can an get it to faFJiLt toPaursweh UsytJIt °
ytJIt Paursweh FJiLt wch cb books haabeeu has baa published ubllitbed in the thetesWthJtWi tbet theyeetithikthe
yeetithikthe tesWthJtWi t < t tbjc lhe Colonel btOll1 Uas La aa held Ma ils5pro ils5proper b 210 210per oa oar
per r annum position but he baa the material materialon
on m hand in the newspaper magazine and andither lindother andother
other cuttings for equally interesting interes nK and andiriginal aadoriginal andoriginal
original companion c mpanlon volumes The Colonel ColonelIs
Is s slow and methodical iu his labors because becauseheae becausethese becausethese
these labors are of a semiscientific eml e titic character characterequlriug chllracterrequiring chatacterrequiring
requiring the exercise of a superfine intel intellect tntel tntellecl Intellect ¬
lect in determining what paragraph among amonghe amongthe
the he many daily appearing on art and in inustry industry industry ¬ I
dustry ustry shall be selected by his scissors scissorsThe scissorsThe scissorsThe
The Colonels intellectual labors have haveinly haveouly haveonly
only one counterpart on the American con coninent continent continent
tinent in the precise deliberate and method methodcal methodicallabors methodical
icallabors ical cal labors of an American citizen who has haseen hasbeen hasbeen
been > een under sentence of death in Mexico for foriver forover forover
over iver ten years This American citizen is a aiculptor aIIculptor asculptor
sculptor by profession and was engaged at ithe attbe atthe
the he time of his trouble in sculpturing the thegures tilefigure thefigures
figure gures and designs on the magnificeut ca cathedral cathedral cathedral ¬
thedral being erected in that country In a abrawl abrawl abrawl
brawl or misunderstanding with a fellow fellowworkman Cellowworkman fellowworkman
workman he committed a homicide for forwhich forwbich forwhich
which he was tried by the Mexican courts courtsand courtsand courtsand
and sentenced to death But it was discov discovered discovered diecorBred ¬
ered after sentence and fortunately before beforeexecution beCoreexecution beforeexecution
execution that he alone could execute the thesculptured thesculptured thesculptured
sculptured figures t1rur designed by the architect architectand architectalld architectand
and which he had been at work upo upofl when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he fell a victim of the laws lawsThis lawaThis lawsThis
This discovery saved his life a star of ofexecution ofexecution ofexecution
execution being granted for the time being beingtill beingtill beingtill
till he should complete hiatasll his task This Thi oc occurred occurred cccaned ¬
curred some ten years ago ao as stated ted and aa the thetask tltetak thetask
task is net yet et completed completedThis completedThis completedThis
This American citizen is i the most mt > > t deliber deliberate deliberate deliberate ¬
ate painstaking ualn taking and methodical workman workmannow workmannow workmannow
now living for 4S s might naturally be in inferred Inferred inferred ¬
ferred he is in no hurry to complete the thetask tiletask thetask
task the reward of which is to be his execu execution execution execution ¬
tion aud extinction by the garote garoteNow garoteNo garoteNow
Now No while no such tragic fate awaits the theompletion thecompletion thecompletion
completion of Colonel Clarks intellectual intellectualefforts InteUectualefforts intellectualefforts
efforts yet the stupendous undertaking under king of ofills ofhis ofhis
his task as a a compiler of printed paragraphs paragraphsin poraltr pbe pbeon
on art and industry in all alllanguage5 languages and in inill inall I Iall
ill all sorts lOr of magazines and current literature litemtlrereadl1y litemtsrereadily literatureeadity
readily accounts for the time consumed in inproducing inproducing inproducing
producing the volumes mentisned and also alsooresbadows alloforesbad alsoforesbadows
oresbadows foresbad Va an end as far distant to the thetabors thelsbrrs I Ilabors
tabors of of his h gigantic intellect as the com completion cornpietism ¬ I Ipletfou
pietism of the sculptured figures on theMexfcas the thellcxican tile1Iexicatl
llcxican cathedral by the American citizen citizeneftrred citienrefaned citizenreferred
referred to who works in the shadow of the theicaffold thescdold thescaffold
scaffold scdoldTo scaffoldTo icaffoldTo
To the Hon Whitelaw Reid therefore thereforethe thereforethe thereforethe
the taxpayers of the entire country owe a aiebt adebt adebt
debt of gratitude titQde for not only the creation creationf creationof creationof
of > f this office but the discovery of the right rightnan rirbtman rightman
man to adorn acto U the position at a salary lary of
11400 1400 per annum in the person of Colonel ColoaelIsaac ColouIIMc ColonelIsaac
Isaac Edwards Clark ClarkColonel ClarkColonel ClarkColonel
Colonel Clark arrives at the Bureau of ofJdtication ofEducation ofEducation
Education armed with his daily papers and andlaving andhavinr andhaving
laving seated himself in his comfortable comfortableiffic cofortableoffidl comfortableotfict
offidl iffic chair proceeds to peruse rue their th theireolumna theireolumnatill eh columns columnsill columnatill
till ill the lunch hour H He then rises in tbe tbelow the tJtslow theslow
slow low and dtgvlatd dlPl ad manner habitual luibitu l to him himnd himand himand
and nd proceeds to attend to the wants of theInner the thenner tlUinner
inner nner man which whh consumes and fills up thetime the theime tiletime
time till three tree ree Or r three thirty thirt p m when whente wIlenhe whenhe
he te returns armed with a copy of the Star Starhe Starthe Slarthe
the he columns of which the colonel scans HIU for forterns rorHemllon foritems
Hemllon items terns on art and industry and incidentally Incidentallythe
the be current news on the coronation of in inpenal tan tanperial m mlerial
penal lerial Jldvard tld nrd or theJateat phases of the theevolutions tberevolutions therevolutions
revolutions in South America AmericaThus AmericaThUi AmericaThus
Thus having completed his hi days labor laborle laborhe laborhe
he le retires with tile same dignified and andneasurtd andmeasured I Imesured
measured tread characteristic of all his hisnovements hi hismovements
movements at 450 or s p m and is not notgain notagain I Iagain
again gain seen at the Bureau of Bdncation till tillDtae
i isame I II
I same Dtae l e boor of the next succeeding days when wheni whenbe whenhe
be i genes iO through the mate routine varied variedow variednow
now ow and again by the clipping of one or ortort ormOb ormoee
mOb tort cuttings andjthe A ldUle transfer of the same samea lialllebl sameto j
to a his bl scrap books
In Departments ep rt ents Hunting Their Then1Holes Th TheirHiesTro ir irHolesTrouble
Holes HolesTrouble HiesTro Trouble at Hand Handv HandSECRETARY HandSECRETAR
v V V
To DIscover the High Officials In IntheNavr inthoNavy Intile
theNavr tile thoNavy Navy YordjWho YardiWho Aro Charging ChargingFive CharghllJrlve Charginggive
Five Hundred uodred Per Cent for Loans Loansand LOflns LOflnsald Loansand
and Discharge Dl9chAr o Them From tho thoService thoSorvtocA tiroSorviceA
Service SorvtocA A Terrible Shaking Up of ofthe oftile ortire
the Dry Dryllone DrylloneReodera Bones BonesReaders BonesReaders
Readers of the GLOBE will readily recall recallthe recallthe recallthe
the art artcles rLcles cits published from time to time on onthe onthe onthe
the ten teh per centers in the departments departmentsunder departmentsunder departmentstinder
under the McKinley administration We Wegave Werave Wegave
gave the names inlaome instances and the thedepartments tbedeparttllel1t8 thedepartments
departments in which these shylocks were wereplying wereplying wereplying
plying theirtrade of brokerage The shy shylocks IIhylock shylocks
locks escaped however as it was the then thenpolicy thenpoliay thenpolicy
policy that everything done by a govern government government governmeat ¬
ment official clerk or employe was right rightptr riKhtpr righter
pr er se A change has come over the spirit spiritof spiritor spiritof
of their dream since sin co the induction into intooffice intoo intovice
office o lce of some lOW new ne members of the Cabinet Cabinetand Cabinetand Cabinetand
and a President who looks look sharply after the thedelinquents thedellllquetltl thedelinquents
delinquents whether they be high officials officialsor
or lowgrade clerks The change in the thehead thehead thehead
head of the Navy Department has been beenspecially beenspecially beenspecially
specially beneficial beneficialand and it goes without say saying 8QYiug saylag ¬
lag that any change from Gage and Vander Vanderlip Vand Vanderlip r rtip
lip could co ld not help but be advantageous to tothe tothe tothe
the public service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The management of the Navy Yard has hasexcited hasexcited hasexcited
excited criticism in these tll columns among amongits amonKits amongits
its citizen employes particularly the thecase thecase thecase
case of treachery whereby a woman was wasbeaten wubeaten wasbeaten
beaten out of a contract her late husband husbandand husbandand husbandand
and herself subsequently had filled to the thesatisfaction thesatisfaction thesatisfaction
satisfaction of the authorities The yard yardhas yardbas yardhas
has been a hot bed of all kinds of skull skulldudgeiy skulldudgerv skulldudgery
dudgeiy and favoritism has ha been rampantthe rampant rampantthe rampantthe
the merit meritsytUem1being ayslembeing regarded with con contempt coutempt contempt ¬
tempt Some of the favored employescould employes employescould tllJ1ployolicould
could do almost anything they pleased pl ed and andviolate andviolate mdviolate
violate the rules with impunity while those thoseoutside thoseoutside thoseoutside
outside the ring hud to keep kee a sharp look lookout lookout lookout
out to preserve even their jobs jobsThe jobsThe jobsThe
The secret has finally leaked out which whichsolves whichsolvea whichsolves
solves the conditions prevailing and which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were notoriously unfair Uti fair to the great body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of the employee employ The higher officials have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been fattening their salaries by Shylock Shylockmethods Shylockwelhocis Shytockmethods
methods which discounts Horning and his hisfellow hi hifel hisfellow
fellow fel CIw ten per centers several hundred per percent percent percent
cent In other wools they tbethave have a regularloan regular regularloan regnlarl
loan l n exchange e cbanKe for the Improvident em employes employs ¬
ploys who a sa muglr uinon muOb to curry favor as to tosecure tose tosecure
secure se re loans which wtlic they very often did not notneed notneed notneed
need nave have been playing yln these bosses as ashigh ashigh ashigh
high 3 as five w tiitmlrid baradrta llrMl per Sr cent 1 per e annum annumSecretary amumSecretary as8uml as8umlSecretary
Secretary Moody had many hints while whilein whf1ein whilein
in Congress of the conditions prevailing in inthe inthe inthe
the departments where the shylocks had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the pull It and secured the promotions and andfavors andfavors andfavors
favors lying around loose because ofthe oftherakeoff oftherakeoil
rakeoff they were wereepabled enabled to pay to the thehigher thehigher thehigher
higher officials who permitted 1erDiitted thiskind of ofthing ofthing ofthing
thing Lunch rooms within and without withoutthe witboutthe withoutthe
the departments were Jalso also established by bythe bythe bythe
the shylocks and the clerks were marked markedmen markCldmen markedmen
men who failed to patronize them Be Between Between Betureen ¬
tween loaning money and feeding these theseimprovident tbeseimprovident theseimprovident
improvident clerks the shylocks and the thecaterers theanterers thecaterers
caterers have managed between betw en them to se secure secure secure ¬
cure the largest slice of their underlings underlingssemimonthly ullderUnassemimontbl underlingssemimonthly
semimonthly semimontbl Pay > ay < Secretary Moody as asstated asstated asstated
stated has been reading the exposes eX Oties in the theGLOBE theGLOBE theGrose
GLOBE while a member of the House and andon andon andon
on assuming the duties of head of the Navy NavyDepartment Nay NayDepartme NavyDepartment
Department t be determined to break up the thenefarious thenefarious thenefarious
nefarious practices A little quiet investi investigation investigation investigation ¬
gation convinced co vinced him that the navy yard yardWM yardwas yardwas
was honeycombed with rottenness rottenlll and that thatthe tl1l1tthe thatthe
the shylocks had their victims by the SHAM SHAMBOSS SUA SUABOSS lili1AMnoes
In other words that the men dare not notcomplain notcomplain notcomplain
complain of the robbery to t which they were weresubjected weresubjected weresubjected
subjected for fear of losing their jobs job The TheSecretary TheSecretary TheSecretary
Secretary therefore the past week ordered ordereda
a thorough investigation into the methodsand methods methodsand methodsand
and practices of the shylocks and the Com Commandant Commalldlllbt Commasds ¬
masds mandant it of the navy tla yard is instructed to toat toat toat
at once convene a board of inquiry with in instructions instructiom instructions ¬
structions to discharge fromthepublic from tom the public serv service service sereice ¬
ice every official found foundguilty guilty of loaning loaningmoney loaNingmoney loaningmoney
money at usurious interest to employee employesNow ItmployesNow employeeNow
Now if the other departments will follow followtht followthe followthe
the lead of Secretary Moody there will be bevacancies beIlcancie bevacancies
vacancies Ilcancie enough to skeletonise the civil civilservice civilselvice civilservice
service commissioners lists of eligibles eligihlesOBSCENE eligiblesOBSCENE eligiblesOBSCENE
Sent Through tho Mail By a War nr De Department Dcpartment Departtnont ¬
partment Clerk to Miss Con Conway Conway Conway
way way or Ohio OhioOne OhioOne OhioOne
One of the clerks for the auditor of the theWar theVar theWar
War Var Department has haslCOtten gotten himself into the thenicahes themeshes
meshes of the law His Hi name is Samuel SamuelH
H Ba Ba8IHItt Mtt and his bi age fiftyfive years yearsNotwithstanding yearsNtwltbstattcilnr yearsNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding his see and his gray hair hairand hairaud hairand
and bald head Bassetts libidinous nature naturemanifested naturemaRireted naturemanifested
manifested itself in the grossest and most moatunprintable mostunprintable mostunprintable
unprintable filthy imb ltby missive mi eive to a young lady ladynamed ladynamed ladynamed
named Miss Mi Conway CO way credited to Perry Perrycounty Perryconnty Perrycoanty
county Ohio At least Miss Conway Conwayswears Conwayswears Conwayswears
swears that Bassett is the author of the ob obscene obcelie obscene ¬
scene letter she received re elved and Miss tin Conway Conwaycomes Conwa Conwaco Conwaycomes
co comes weB pretty near guessing for reasons not notyet notyet notyet
yet made public that B BUllett 8 ett and Bassett Bassettalone BaNtUalone Bassettalone
alone could hare written the letter In Inother Inother Inother
other words she has the corroborative proofs proofsthat proofsthat proofsthat
that he is the author of the filthy missive missivealthough miivealthoUlh missivealthough
although he toot the precaution to omit omitliis omithis omitiris
his signature lJa Bassett ett was arrested Thurs Thurslay Thursda Thursday
lay da afternoon last updn the charge of send sending sendinc sending ¬
ing obscene letters through the wail on onMiss onMl onMiss
Ml Miss Coaways complaint Miss MI Conway Cauwtymrrendered Conwaysurreaderd Conwaysurrendered
surrendered the letter to the local author authorities authorities authorIties ¬
ities as evidence evidenceThe eIdeuceThe evidenceThe
The prisoner was taken to the office of ofh ofthe ofthe
the h United States district attorney and the theetter theietter theletter
letter etter was shown him there He denied deniedhe deniedthe deniedthe
the he adthoranip of th thtt IM letter which was un assigned unligned unsiK
signed siK ed His Hi bond bqad was w axed at 1000 and andiewo andhe andhe
he iewo was U released upon 11 furnishing it He Hevill lIewi1 Hewill
will appear before a United States commit corutnissioner commitiioner
iioner 1011 < < for preliminary pre1i U4Iry hearing bearin bearino
THE TVO PS PSWhichStand1or P S SWhich
Which WhichStand1or Stand Standfor for Parks and andPuthlm andtiih andPutnam
Puthlm Putnam tiih of dffhe the Treasury TreasuryFIGHT Treas TreasuryFIGHT JV JVFIGHT
In Which a Ohrll ivil War Var ycter Veterati VeteratiKnocks Ve erl1 erl1t erl1Knocks n nKnocks
Knocks Out His Man and WIpes WIpesthe Wipeuthe VtJl VtJlthe
the Floor With Ills CorpusMlhe CorpusMlheClerks CorpuaJheClerks CorpusrthcClerks
Clerks Were V ere Full of Juice and andFight IinttPIJht antiFight
Fight Imt but Thor Wore Landed L ntlQtl In Intho II IItho inthe
tho Gutter GutterColonel Gltttcr
r rColonel rColonel
Colonel Dean of the the Staley Staley restaurant rest lt1lnt on onK onn onIi
K near Thirteenth T lrteeuth street str et has a froqd gp d right righthand rigbthand righthand
hand It tis is however at present prele presant4atd t > aul atd up for forrepairs forrepairl forrepairs
repairs and reduction it being afcihlawrit afcihlawritlag at title writ writiiilf dt dti1
lag i1 something larger than a if Kentucky l en u9kll1aw u9kll1awThe ham hamThe namj namjThe
The Colonel is a veteran of ttie civil war warpatt warpast war warpast
past the threescore mark mar mafk Of cAurse e ursehaving ursehavingserved having havingserved havingserved
served as an officer all through titrougittht the th fracas fracasThe fmcasThe fracasThe
The fracas however he had on one night nightthe nlrbttbe nightthe
the past week with two Treasury Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment clerks nets him ll ln little glorv and no nopension nopension nopension
pension for the colonel could ordinarily ordinarilyand ordlnarU ordlnarUand ordinarilyand
and when he is feeling well wel wellput put to sleep a around around around
round dozen of such whlpptc snappers snappersThe s snappersThe appen appenThe
The trouble originated origin ted because bean use John Bar liarleycorn Barleycorn Barleycorn ¬
leycorn had gotten the better of the two twoclerks twoclerks twoclerks
clerks aforesaid whose names are Parks Parksand Parksand Parkeand
and Putnam These two Ps entered the theStaley theStaley theStaley
Staley restaurant about 10 p ps m and com cornmenced commenced commenced ¬
menced a rough house by upbraiding Mr MrStaley MrStaley MrStaley
Staley for not having the particular Drand oraudof Drandof braQdof
of cigar which Chief Parks PlrL smoked al although aI aIthough l lthougb ¬
though it was teas just one year ago today today todaysince toda todasince
since Parks Par purchased purchase a a cigar at Uierestau Uierestaurant the restiu restiurant restaurant
rant The two Ps then tIlen ordered refresh refreshments refreshments tefreatmenus ¬
ments and while waiting tq tgbestirved be1 Served Parks Parksgave Parkagave Parksgave
gave Putnam a bill to purchase a box of ofcigars orcigara ofcigars
cigars elsewhere When Putnam returned returnedwitlt returnedwitb returnedwith
with the cigars and gave his chief ebhlfan an ac accounting accounting nocounting ¬
counting he was accused of hqiding back backa ba backa k ka
a five dollar bill bll This Putnam indignantly indignantlydenied indlgl1l1uUydenied iudlgnantiydenied
denied and finally convinced Parks Pjlrks of his hiserror hiserror hiserror
error Then Parks accused the waiter of ofscooping orscooping ofscooping
scooping the the missing missingWiUlallr William Finally lie hebecame liebecame liebecame
became so coarse in his language and BO BOboisterous sd sdboisteroufl adboisterous
boisterous in act that Mr Staley Stale V called calledhim caUedblm calledlint
him down reminding him of the presence presenceof presenceof
of ladies In the restaurant Parks fired up upand npand upand
and reiterated in profane and vulgar langu language langpaRe language ¬
age that the waiter waiterhad had his bi bill Mr Staley Staleyfirmly Stal Stalfirmly Sta1Ryfirmly
firmly informed Parks that he was mistakenand mistaken mistakenand mitakfnand
and that the waiter was W innocent whereapoir where whereupon wherepon ¬
upon pon Parks Parks retortedYou retorted retortedYou retortedYon
You are a 0 d liar liarBiff liarBUY II IIBilthUft
Biff BilthUft uiffl went ellt tb tltf right and left of the thetall thetall thetall
tall atiN a andvalim Hm Staley aud Park fell fel1l1jtinst fel1l1jtinsttable against i atable itable
table The other ther P seeing nel a rood opening openinglet op4ninlllet openinglet
let fly a knockout knock out blow at Mr Staley Staleysolar Staleysolar Staheya Staheyasolar
solar plexus but he was neatly parried by byold byold byold
old man Dean the veteran who swung his hisright blariaht hlaright
right and countered on the jaw of Putnam Putnamwith Putnamwith Putnamwith
with such terrific force that the th treasury treasuryclerk treasuryclerk treasuryclerk
clerk fell between two tables and rolled rolledunder rolhtdunder rolledunder
under each alternately Meanwhile Mr MrStaley MrStaley MrStaley
Staley had followed up Parks and seizing seizinghim seizinghim seizinghim
him by the heels dragged the pugnacious pugnaciouschief pugnaciouschief
chief out in the gutter and left him there thereunder there thereunder bereunder
under the downpour of rain rainReturning rainReturning rainReturning
Returning to the restaurant in the nick of oftime oftime oftime
time he saved Putnam utnam from fro a coroners coronersvisit coronersvisit coronersvisit
visit as Colonel Deans blood was up and andhe andlie andlie
lie was pummelling the yelling treasury treasuryclerk tre treasuryclerk sUiy sUiyclerk
clerk every time he rose to his feet The Thecries Thecries
cries for mercy put up by Putnam excited excitedMr excitedMr excitedMr
Mr Staleys compassion and andlie he finally suc succeeded succeeded succeeded ¬
ceeded in hauling off the three score ve veeran veeran vet veternn
eran from the the prostrate body of his Is van vanquished vanquished vanquiehed ¬
quished foe Putnam was finally fired to tojoin tojoin i ijoin
join his companion in the gutter and peace peaceagain peaaeapill peaceagain
again spread its white wings over the res restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
taurant but but8s as stated the colonels right righthand righthand rightLand
hand could not punch even a meal ticket ticketafter ticketafter ticketafter
after the battle battleA battleA ttle ttleA
Rents Two Caucasian Oauo stan Women omen and andOne andOne andOne
One Policomnn Before Judge JudgeKlmbill JudgeKirnbtll Jud6 Jud61lmblll
Klmbill and a Jury JtirytSam JurySam JurySam
Sam Hing is I the celestial proprietor of a arestaurant aretltaurant arestaurant
restaurant at 408 Thirteenth street N W WSam WSalU WSam
Sam has furnished rooms on the second secondfloor secondfloor secondfloor
floor of the restaurant These he has been beenaccused beenaccused beenaccused
accused of renting to disorderly peteonsOr persons personsOr PCSQnsOr
Or in plain English running a bed betUtouse betUtouseSam houseSam House HouseSam
Sam was arrested for the offense toy Officer OfficerCatts OfficerCatt OfficerCatte
Catts Catt and the charge placed against arQin t him of ofconducting ofconductini ofconducting
conducting a bawdy house The TI1 heathen heathendemanded heathendemanded heathendemanded
demanded trial by jury same as Melican Melicanman llelicanmati Melicanman
man He got it of course eour and the officer officerhumped officCrbumped officerhumped
humped himself to t convict Sam S < < m but Sam Sainknew S1mknew Samknew
knew a trick or two on American justice justiceand jUlticand justiceand
and the uncertainties of juries In faet faetSain rafttSatn net netSatu
Sain was found not riot guilty May Kernack Kernacknineteen Kernacknineteen Kernacknineteen
nineteen years oi age testified that she was wasa wasa wasa
a married woman that her husband was wa ab absent abBent absent
sent in Pittsburg and that during durlnghi his absence absenceshe ab8en ab8enshe absenceshe
she resorted to Sams place and remained remainedthree remainedthree remainedthree
three days with a man she gave her reel reeldeuce residence reeideuee ¬
deuce at 1633 Gales street N B and aworedrat awore aworethat IlIV0rethat
that she slept with a man at Satna Sam place the thenight thenight thenight
night before he was wa arrested May Gilmore Giluiorealso GilmOfealso Gilmorealso
also testified that she he had enjoyed the so society 10dety soclety ¬
ciety of gentlemen on divers and sundry sundryoccasions lundryoc sundryoctaefone
occasions oc aaiona at Sams bawdy house Both Boththese JSoththeM Boththese
these females femal were handsome looking girta girtanot iZl1lsHot = trh trhnot
not over nineteen years of age and the mar married uralried nrarrled
ried one Mrs Kernack was vas particulariyattractive particularly particularlyattractive pearticulabattractive
attractive She was nqt n t asked and assign assigned assignedno assignedno d dno
no no reason for her violation of her marriage marriugvows ulAniapvows marriagevows
vows and her unblushiagr unblushladmlHion admission of pros prostitution prOltitution proetitutjon ¬
titution in the absence of her husband made madethe wadethe madethe
the hardened old habitues of fudge Ki Kiballs Kim Kimb Kimballs
b balls Us court look cheap as depraved degen degenerates derenerates degencrates ¬
erates eratesBut eratesBut > SBut
But the remarkable part of the procedure procedureties pro procedurelies < dnre dnreliell
ties in the fact that the jury believed the theMongolian theMongolian i
Mongolian bawdyhouse keeper and turned turnedilownthe turneddown turneddownthe
ilownthe down the testimony of the two Caucasian Caucasianietnimondaints Caucaiaudemimondaines Caucasiandemimondaines
demimondaines and the stalwart officer olti < < r who whowas whowas whowas
was laudably endeavoring endeAvorill to suppress vie vieand vice vicvand viceand
and immorality Judge Jud Kimbtll1looked Kimbtll1lookedtonished Kimball looked as astonished ne netonished ¬
tonished when the verdict of not guilty uiltv w wbanded wits witshanded s slanded
landed in but he said aid nothing by way of ofrebuke ofrebuke ofrebuke
rebuke to the able ablebodied bodfed jurors jllrorulIIl and simply simplyliacharged simplydischarged implJditchare4
discharged Sam S < < who left the court with withcombinatIon acombination a aiombinatlon
combinatIon BoxarAtnericau Boxer American leer on Ins InstMMtial 119Ceic hisCeestiai
tMMtial Ceic tial mug a 11I he 1 exclaimed Melicair Melicairpoliceman JUelicupuhcewan Melicupoliceman
policeman no good the jury all lightee

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