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tor Lorlmer defended Mr tr Browne and andpaid
paid hlsh hl h tribute trl te to his character He Hethen Hethen I
then said said
saidReasons I
Reasons for Printing It ItThis I I4Tbls
This slanderous matter was not pub published ¬
lished to Injure Mr Browne it was not notprinted notprlnt
printed prlnt r1ntd In the interest of public morals moralsnor moralsnor
< nor Is it the work of the poor self selfdegraded selfdegraded
degraded creature that the Tribune Tribunebought TrIbunebought
bought to lend len th the use of his name to tobolster tobolster
bolster up the lies of the Tribune Trlbu e and andhjnjself andhltnself
hjnjself hjnjselfThe hltnselfThe
The pObllcatJtn pQbllca tn itself It e1 discloses its vile vilepurpose dIepurpose
purpose better than anything nn thlng that I can canotter canoffer
otter in testimony For more than a ayear aJear
year I save been bee talking with some somefriends some1tlends
friends about opening a bank in Chi Chicago Chlago ¬
cago < ago The editor of r Ute Tribune Modi JledllllIcCormlck 11 11McCormick
McCormick has t s ztuled openly that he hewould heWould
would never permit p rnlt it It is stated In Inthe Inthe inthe
the article that the t th Tribune had the thestory I
story weeks before it t was V8 published publishedyet
yet they held it off and timed its pub publication publication ¬ I
lication until the bank of o 1 which J I am amnow amnow
now president was about to opon Its Itsdoors itsdoors
doors doorsNo doorsNo doorsNo
No part of this story was ever writ written written Tlt Tltten ¬
ten by White Any person who has haslived hasUvea haslived
lived under the assaults of this vicious viciouspaper Iclouspaper
paper can see that it is the work of a atrained atrained
trained newspaper hand skilled in the theart theart
art of creating1 croatIn scandal out of lies lieswhen lIeeWhen lieswhen
when it is thought necessary nec6S 6O to blacken blackenthe bla ken kentho
the character of one whom the news newspaper ncwsnper ¬
paper can not control controlPassed controlPassed
Passed on by Lawyer LawyerIt
It is also plain tu be seen that every everyword everyWOrd
word was as passed upon by b a lawyer be beloro beoro
fore oro It was signed sI ed by y that poor lOW loycreature lOWeature los
creature eature White who does not hesitate hesitateto
to 0 commit forgery for a few dollars dollarsand dollarsand
and nd to whom perjury Is no crime who whoIs whois
Is a part of the lowest fringes of de depravity depravity ¬
pravity and who to secure money to tosatisfy tosat
satisfy sat I his instinct for debauchery sold soldwhat soldwhat
what little was left of his hi manhood manhoodand manhoodand
and nd became the pliant tool of the Tri Tribune TrIbune ¬
bune in this timed and malicious at attack attack ¬
tack tackThe
The most cruel blow in Mils whole wholearticle wholearticle
article is the one aimed at the good goodname suodname
name of Charles Luke who has passed passedfcway pf S8ed S8edway
sway way and is i now with hi his Maker MakerCharles MakerCharles
Charles Luke Is made to say s that he hewot het
wot t his money mono for voting for me that he heN he11de
N 11de ade his deal direct with me This Thisstory ThisIe
Ie e was prhted to give color to the thestoO
story and when the Tribune conspir conspirators con plr plrators ¬
ators sent It to print both Medill edUl Mcj Mc Ic IcCormick
Cormlck the editdr of the Tribune and andhis andhis andhis
his depraved tool White knew it was wasan
an 1 unmitigated unmltI ated falsehood They also alsolinew also1mew
knew that from the quiet of his everlast everlasting everla8ting ¬
ing sleep there could come no protest protestfrom protestfrom
from Charles Luke in behalf of the themourning themourning
mourning widow and his orphan chit children chtlodren ¬
dren on whom they had attempted so soheinously sohlnously
heinously to lay 1 the stigma of dis dishonor dishonor ¬
Asserts Not a Dollar Paid PaidA
A few days da s later the Tribune printed printeda
a statement that Jl presentative < Mi Michael 11 11chael ¬
chael hae1 S Link and H J C Beckemeyer Beckemeyeralso Beckemeeralso
also members m mbcrs of the Fortysixth Gen General General General ¬
eral Assembly had also confessed confessedAnd confossedand confesscdand
And had corroborated Whites story storythat stor storthat storythat
that they had been bribed to cast their theirvote theirvote
vote for me meL meL1h
L L1h i jnd Bedcemeyer Beclceme er did not confess confessthat confessthat
that they had been bribed to vote for forme form
me m > When en the whole hole truth concerning concerningtheir concernln concernlnhlir
their socalled confession is disclosed disclosedIn dieclO6Cin
In court it will be shown that then thenmen th thIn
men In > n did not receive a dollar for their theirvote theirote
vote ote for f r me and n ni other member of oftlip oft1l o
the t1l > legislature comettd that he had hadbeen ha habeen
been bribed brl or paid to vote for me The Thecharges Therharg
charges rharg stand as they the stood April 30 30the 36the
the uncorroborated lies of the Tribune Tribunesupported Tribunesupported Tribunesupported
supported only onl by b the bought signature signatureof
of If their weak tool White WhiteNot hite hiteNot
Not one nE dollar was pad to a single singlemember 8ln le lemmher t
member of the sreneral assembly for hi hivote hhl hhlote I
vote ote for me
Part of Conspiracy ConspiracyWhen ConspiracyWheu
Wheu the truth Is I known everybody everybodywill eY bod
will 111 understand that the publication of ofthe ofthe 01 r
the Tribune article signed by White hlte Is Ist Jsd h hpart
d t part of a political conspiracy to drive driveme driventf S
me out of public NLl life to ruin me flnan financially flnanlItH ¬
cially < lItH because I will not do as other Re Republicans Reflublnne ¬
publicans in Illinois have done doneplEUe place placemyself t
myself under the absolute control and anddictatorship andtiktatorshlp anc I
dictatorship of the Tribune TribuneIn I
In all these years ears of this dastardly dastardlywar dastanilwar r
war made on me by the Tribune there theren t
n t < never a tirno when I could not have havemade haveTnade hav
made my peace with the Tribune and andf an i
f ft t dred oJr l immunity from farther 1rther attacks
by surrendering urrcnderin and becoming becoml its will
ins in slave slaveSinc slaveSince
Sinc Since JR my etectiqn Is under discussion
T have concluded to > tell the story of the
circumstances that brought brou ht it about aboutWas abouLWas
Was Not a Candidate CandidateIn
In the outset I want to say that thatwhen thatwh tha t
wh when < n I became interested in the th Sena Senatorial Senatorial ¬
torial contest I was wa in no sense of ofthe ofthe o f
the word a candidate for Senator I Ientered Intred
entered the contest with what was left leftof leftot lef lefof
of the Republican organization or anlzaUon to make makoa
a last stand against the TIbune news newsTapcr newsaper
taper aper combination combinationThey combinAtionThe combinationThey
They The had at last succeeded In driv ¬
log practically every officeholder of ceholder from fromSPECIAL rromt rromSPECIAL fromSPECIAL
t =
uleud of two and onehalf 2 2t Y per percent percent
cent ha hall been declared on the preferred preferredstock preferredstoek preferredstack I
stock of the Washington Railway
Electric Company from the net earn earnings earnIngs ¬
ings of the Company payable June 1 1391u 1J910 1i91o
391u to preferred pr rerred stockholders of record recordaiay recordla recordMay
May la y 17 1S10 1S10iooks 1910iooks 11O1ooks
iooks lor tJ Uc transfer of preferred preferredstork preferredstotk
stork will be closed from May 18 1910 1910to 191 191to
to June 1 1910 both dates inclusive inclusiveF
Secretary SecretarymySeodlat Se Secretarymycod1St < retary retarymY
mySeodlat mySeodlatA mY eod15t eod15tA
lias las been declared on the common stock stockof stockot stockof
of the Washington Railway Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompany ElectricCompany
Company payable June 1 1910 out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the balance cf the tl net profits of the
Company COIIi > an for the halfyear ended De December Decemb December ¬
cember cemb > r 31 1909 to common stockholders stockholdersof
of record at the close of business May May1g
IT 19W 19WBooks 19mBooks 1210Books I
Books for the transfer of common commonstotk commonatok commonstock
stock will be closed from Slay Iay 18 1910 19101
to June 1 1910 both dates inclusive
Secretary Secretarymy2eod15t Secretarymyfeodlt
my2eod15t my2eod15tNOW m2eodlitOV myfeodltNow
1220 20th St N W Yo New management managemontrabs
Crabs rabs Music Heurich Beer on draught draughtand draughtand draughtand
and many other good things my273t my273tKLUBPFBL myj3tKLUEPFEL my273tKLUEPFEL
KLUEPFEL ACClDENTPersons en encither Caeither
either of the cars or who saw tho acci ¬ I
dent to Mr Ir Kluepfcl on Eleventh street
near Florida avenue abou 830 a m mon mon mon I
on April 21 I 1910 will m confer a favor by
sending names and addresses to MRS I I
ANNA A t KLUEPFEL 1202 1 Lamont
street northwest my263t my263tWoodruff my263tWoodruff i
I IWoodruff
Woodruff ManufacturingCoEdmund I Manufacturing Co CoEdmund
Edmund W V Woodruff Kale owner ownerOriginator
Originator and Pioneer Maker of File I
Holders and Cabinets Wood or Metal e1al
for o tiling business and official papers etc
Cabinet wori for Offices and Depart ¬
ments mentsOffice mentsOr monte055cc
Office Or ce and Factory Faetor JIOOS1010 1D081010 E ESt EStand St StPhone Stand
and 100100D New ew York Ave e N W
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the United States Senator down to do dotheir dotheir I
their the ir bidding and had banded them all alltogether j
together tog ether to make the th last onslaught onslaughtto
to destroy every vestige of the organi organization ¬
zation zat zatto lon that they could not control What Whatto hat hattn I
to do or how to do It we did not know knowThere J
There Th ere wafe w only a handful left but butthere butere I
there th ere was one thing that we were sure surew surecould i
w 4 could count on and that was that thatwe th thatwouuld t twe
we wwe wouuld stand or fall together We Wethey e
they th ey WPrt working together not from froinchoice fromchoice from I
choice ch oke but b t had ben driven Into a misfitganization misfit mlsntorganization
organization or by the Tribune TrlI un and the thenewspaper thencw I
newspaper ncw ne wspaper paper combination combinationThere combinationThere
There was only one man in that or organization ¬
ganization R niZtfOfl who was slmerely In erely daltdalt at all alltimes alt alles
times tim es for Senator Hopkins who did daltd not notplace no
S place la ce his own interest above the can candidacy candidacy ¬ I
didacy id acy of the Senator and who was not notready
ready read re ady at some time to Join an opposing opposingmovement opposingmovement I
movement mo vement that gave promise of success successThat successThat
That Th at man was Col Prank L Smith of ofDwlghL ofwight
DwlghL DwlghLWe DwiJhtWe D wight
We proceeded on the theory that thatsuch I
such su ch a H mob under some conditions rould rouldstand
stand st and together to ether but that here might mightcome mightcome I
come co me a chance to bn brak ak through their
line lIn e and even if we failed we would wouldbo wouldbo
bo no io worse off than when we began beganAssailed beganAssailed
Assailed Everywhere EverywhereWe
We Vo were assailed from every quar quarter quarter ¬
ter te r by men every 6el one of whom our ourfriends ourfriends ouriends
friends fr iends had helped to elevate to high highstations hlShstations highations
stations st against a lnst the bitter opposition of oftho oftho
tho th e Tribune and other papers apers whose whosebidding whosebidding
bidding bi dding they the were now prepared to tocarry
carry carl ca rry or at o namely the destruction of the theRepublican theRepUblican
Republican R organization organizationIt
It turned out as we expected They
quarreled qu arroled over the organization of the thecommittees thecommittees themmittees
committees co of the House of Represen
talves ta tves and left the governor to fight his hisn
own ow n battle alone aloneWhen aloneWhen
When all had deserted him I decided
to accept an Invitation extended by Roy Ro
O West chairman of the State central centralcommittee centralcommittee centralmmittee
committee co to call upon the governor governoro
Ho H o expressed his hi bitter disappointment disappointmentat dil > 8ppointment 8ppointmentat
at the illtreatment that he had re received received ¬
ceived ce ived at the hands of Senator Hopkins
and an d his hi friends and in later interviews
of which I had a sr grat r at number with
him hi m during the winter he said he would
do all he could to aid in preventing the
reelection re Olection of Hopkins In the hope that
some so me man satisfactory to tobh his friend
and an d my friends who might unite the
various va rious faction might be selected locted as
his hi s successor On several occasions he
suggested SU ggest ettc the election of Roy O West
to whicn I resDonded that I was sure
my m y friends would not be satisfied 6atl fied with
him 1d m
On numerous occasions I urged the
governor go vernor to become a candidate for the they
place pl ace We e discussed it fur Jnan many weeks
At A t Urat he
seemed to be Yer very much ep
pot sed to It From the interview wIth
him hi m in the latter p part rt or March I was as
con co nfident denl he would take the place and
I was absolutely sure from the inform
atlon at lon that I had been able to gather
from fr om members of the legIslature that
hm he h e COIJd be elected b by a Yel very large
majortt m ajority y He seemed
to be in doubt as ashis
to his
success and waS wa of the opinion
that th thhi at lie could not
get the SUPPOrt or
his hi s own ricnds the
Hope Hop H ope socalled Band of I
Deneen Indorses Lorimer LorimerI Lo mer merI I
I suggested that he have Mr r West
come to me to Spritigrfield
which ho did I I
discussed dl scussed utr OO the he details of the governors I
election el ection wth West and told him that
I Iw understood und < nt < f that the Band of Hope
would w ould meet and Indorse the goernor
that th at night nl ht The meeting was held in
Representstiv l pre ent > tiv
SoiHtts room at the Le L
Icnd k nd Hotel and the Band of Hope in ¬
dorsed d orsed the
governor but it
hit ht seems aJeea ts that thato
neMJapel friends got word of what
a as going on
lopped the
governor Overn
> 1
MOO a nd abc aixut ut 1 o oclock clock that night Mr Mru r
VeRt eat called at the Speakers
room In in
tllt tla c St Nkhclas Hotel 1nd nd
< > u uvKiareu declared inai that
the th e governor X ° vernor would not be a candidate t
the th e next jl xt day The next morning the h
governor g called In all his friends and anc I
t tei > ld th thcm m not to vote for him under any an p
rlrmi circumstances ei rcumstanc < rr i iHopkins
governor and iU8 iui t
friend fr iends continued to aM In preventing
Hopkins H opkins election We Ve then began bexanmen to t
tU tUin Uscuas s the names of other prominent t
men in ca in the State StateI
I suggested sU geS ed at different times Con ¬
g gressman Frank O Lowden
Congress Congreesgressman Congr B8
ng nan n an YJIIIam B McKinley and Con
gressman g William Rodenberg as sood soodUVOV goo I
men m en and in each case he responded I
that th at he did not want to
support a man ma I
w ho was as without Influence
UVOV unless he In
held h eld an Important ofiice and that neith ¬
er of the three men had any Influence In uence
utan tl tlhe
standing st sth by themselves and therefore
he h e did not wish to support them I then
submitted s the U e name of Speaker Shurt ¬
leff le fi
leffHis fiHts
His name was 8H under discussion tilscu lon for fo r
several s tveok until
finally the
governor governorI overno r
s sp tated thathl that hI friends would not
POrt ort Shurtleff
p and he SUJ suggeSt Hted that I
1HKome b ecome a candidate for the place
s elf If I my
that I
was not a candl candlsome Cn < U
date ti ate and 1 expressed the
that we
ml m mu ight ht a agree ree on some one who
would wouldvo oul < l
unite nite
u the
part party After
several week eeks
more m ore or lelay lehi and frultleJ05 a
tion t iet of thc names
vo VL several everal other Re ¬
p publicans I wa wu urged by Mr rr Shurtleff
and a J1d my rn friends on ccount of the ap apparent ¬
parent p friendship rrlnl1 hlp of Governor Deneen Deneento
to t o enter the field I promised to can canvass ¬
vass v ass the situation to determine whether whetherer heth hethor
er o r not I could secure the requisite num number numb numCr
ber b Cr r of votes votesTalked ote
Talked T lked With Governor GovernorI
I discussed it with the governor he hesuggesting
suggesting su s e tln that t take it up p with 1th some someof
of o f his friends and refer them to him himI
I then talked with members of the Leg Legislature Le LeIsli ¬
islature Isli is ure including l luding a large number of ofthe
the th e governors overnor friends who ho stated > > they theywould the
would w ould support me If l it was II agreeable a reMble to toIfee toI totbc I
Ifee t tje governor 1 also discuwed It with withleading wlthIeadln witheading
leading l men known 1m own to be the governors governorsfriends s sfriends
friends f among atmon them John R Thomp Thompson 1hl11pson Thownon ¬
son e on county unty treasurer tr 9Urer of Cook county countytliauncev coantybt1unC eoifltYbauncOv
tliauncev bt1unC Dewev Dew e or Chicago and andJames andanice
James J anice Blackmail of o Saline county Af After After ¬
ter t er my m talks > C with them and many manymembers
members m eanter < < r the Leelslalur I referred referredthem
them t all to the governor and told them themunder th tIftxIqider UI
under w ider no cinunMtaneo cfnun 4ta > I would I be a acandidate acandidate
candidate c unless ho acquiesced in their theirsupport theilSUfDort theirupttort
support s of me meThey meThey
They called on him what he said to tothem tothem
them I do not know but they the reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedhat
that t he was for me and that they theywould theywould theywould
would support me if my name numewas was pre presented precnted procnted ¬
cnted sentedI cntedI
I then talked with my friends Demo Democrats Democrats Demorate ¬
crats c and Republicans and after a can canvass canass canase ¬
vass v ass running over a period of about ten tenays
days d ays or two weeks I decided on the themorning themorning themorning
morning of the 3flth th of May to allow my myname myname
name n to go before the joint assembly a88embl I Iwas Ias Iwas
was as elected receiving in all one hun hundred huntred bunIred ¬
dred and eight votes votesWent ote oteWent
Went Back on Promise PromiseBut PromiseBut
But on the day before I wa was elected electedMr electedMr electedMr
Mr West came to Springfield and urged urgedthe j jthe
the t he Deneen Republicans not to vote for forme forme
me I have never been able to under understand understand undertand ¬
stand s why wh the governor changed his hismind hismind
mind Just before the day when It was wasgenerally wasgenemll wasenerally
generally g supposed that I would con consent conHeot conent ¬
sent s ent to the presentation of my name nameHe nameHe nameHe
He sent nt for his friends who had prom promised pron1Ised prontced ¬
ised i to support me at his suggestion suggestionand 1IU tlon tlonand
and told them they the should not aid in inmy Inmy inmy
my election and that the th proper thing thingto thin thinto thingo
to t o do was to let the legislature Ie ture adjourn adjournwithout adJournwithout adjournwithout
without electing anybody and that a aspecial aspecial apecial
special s seesion s 8lon could be called at which whichtime whichtime whichime
time t some person other than Hopkins Hopkinscould HopkInsould
could c be elected They responded that thatthey tltatthey thathey I
they t had promised to support 8U rt me after afterconsulting afterconsulting afteronsulting
consulting c him and having havl given their theirword theirord theirword
word ord would not break It They said If Ifa IfIL Ifa
a mistake had been made it was his hismistake ha hamistake hismistake
mistake in encouraging them to vote votefor votefor voteor
for f or me in the first instance instanceIt
It vas 010 about a1 > o11t that time that Governor GovernorDeneen GovernorDtnefn
Deneen persistently Dendst nt1y urged m me to make makeTKace make1ace mkcpeace t
peace with the th Tribune to which I re replied reviled replied ¬
plied that I could pot t do so o without de deserting deslrtlnJ deserting ¬
serting the men who had stood by us usCDcneen usDcn UIDeneen
CDcneen Dcn n West t and myself and were wereresponsible wererEspntdhle wertresponsible
responsible for the positions of public publictrust vubUctrust pubiktrust
trust that we C were > ho holding Wing at that time timeAfter timeAft timeAfter
After Aft r another Itter > contest for gov governor go goemor governor ¬
ernor in 1W4 the newspapers succeeded succeededand succeededand succeededand
and Deneen became the Republican RepubUeanDtLrty Republicanuarty Repubhtcartrty
uarty nominee for covernor and wan wanelected W14elected wa
elected governor of Illinois During Durin the thelast thelut tinast t
last l ast year of the governors term Sena Senator Senator Senabr ¬
tor Hopkins Hopkl fl urged u ed me to join with oth other other othor ¬
er Republicans with a view vle to selecting selectinga
a candidate to oppose Deneen for tho thoRepublican thoRD
Republican RD kan nomination for governor in inIMS In1JIO Ix Ixand 1
IMS 1JIO ° < and promised his support supportSupports sUfpOrtSupports supportSupports
Supports Yates for Governor GovernorIn
In I March of that year the friends cf cfGovernor ofGO o t
Governor GO l r Yates urged urJ him to become becomecardidate a acardldate aarc1Idate I
cardldate whkh he did He had the thesupport the1tJDort thilStinport
support of the organization o nlzaUon Republicans Republicansin S SIn
in Cook Coo county ho had organised or l8ed the theState th thState thState
State with the friends of the Yates ad administration adtnlnl administration ¬
ministration tnlnl ratlon and nd succeeded in electing electingHoukins electingHotHtins electiniHookins
Houkins Senator a few years Prior Priorit DrlorIt uriorIt
it was as not until after Yates an announced announcfj announeed ¬
nounced his candidacy that Hopkins Hopkinswent Hopkin1ent I Iwent
went over to the Tribune > newspaper newspapercombination news Jer Jercomblnatlfn r rcombinatIon
combination made hi hl3 peace joined joinedwith joinedwith olnei I Iwith
with them and prevented his friend a
from supporting Yates a1es and urged them themto tbemto C CtO
to support Deneen When I discussed d u t
his attitude with Senator lator Hopkins and am I
told hIm that he h was the flrst man to tourge tourKe b S Surge
urge me to support a candidate other r
than Deneen for governor oerDOr lie I admitted dmitte i
the fact but said he must mU t hold to his hispresent hisprescnt hi S Spresent
present course or Deneen and the news newspapers nwsp1leg newspipers ¬
papers pipers would defeat defc him for reelection L
On January 6 the House of Repre Representatives RepresentaUves Represontatives ¬
sentatives met and after several bal ¬
lots Mr Shurtleff was elected Speak ¬
er by the aid of Democrats receiving
eightyfour votes as against fiftyfour r
for Mr lr King the governors candi ¬
date dateIt dateIt dateIt
It was at this point that I called calledon calledon i ion
on the governor as heretofore stated I
the result of which Interview was 8 an anagreement an anagreement ax t tagreement
agreement to cooperate as far as we n ncould e
could to put an end to the strife in ii
the Legislature LegislaturePoint LegislaturePoint LegislaturePoint
Point of Difference DifferenceOne IifferenceOne
One of the points of difference be between between between ¬
tween the governor and myself msel was wasthe wa wasthe S Sthe
the question of disposing of the bill billauthorizing billauthorizing bil Li Liauthorizing
authorizing the expenditure of 20
000000 to aid In 4ae ae construction of a d
a deep waterway The governor and I Idid Idid
did d id not agree on its provisions He Hewanted Hewanted Heanted
wanted w anted to spend the money whether whetheror
or o r not the Federal government appro appropriated appropriated approrinted ¬
priated p rinted money mone to cooperate cooperateI
I told him that I would use my
influence I to pass a bill that would wouldgive wouldglo
give g ive him power to appoint the com commission comml5 ¬
gx mission ml5 x lon that would have charge of ofthe atthe
the t he construction work or in other I Iwords I
words w ords to place in his hands the whole j
power p ower and responsibility of spending spendlnthe j
the t he money mone but that I must mu t insist on j
just j ust one provision In n the bill that the theState thetate
State S Su tate should not enter upon the work workunUI 1 1until t
until u ntil the Federal government appro appropriated pro ¬ I
priated p riatud money and joined with the theState
State S tate in constructing constructln a desp d6 P water waterway waterway ¬ I
way to the gulf and anf that is still my myposition myposl
position posl p osition Uon
Deneen Had His Hi Way WayThe WayThe
The governor insisted Insited upon having havinghis havinghi
his hi h t way a I refused to assist him The TheI Thebill
I bill b ill did not paw Last winter the gov governor governor ¬
ernor e rnor called an extra session n of the theLegislature theLegislature
Legislature to consider among amon other othermatters othermattern othermatters
matters a waterway bl I told him himthat himthat hImhat
that t I was sure that Congress Con rC tt would wouldappropriate wouldappropriate
appropriate a money and provide for co cooperation cooperation ¬
operation between the State and the theUnited theUnited
United States and he agreed to use his hisInfluence hisIn
Influence In I uence with the Legislature to defer deferaction deferaeUon
action upon this matter until Congress Congresshad Consrehad
had passed the river and harl harBor or bill billHe billHe
He said he would be willing to have havethe havethe
the t he Legislature Le lftture take a recess if it had haddisposed haddlsposc
disposed of > f all other matters which it itwas Itwas
was convened to consider and to re return return reurn ¬
tI turn t urn at some later date to pass ps a bill billin blUIn
in I n harmony with the act of Congress CongressI ConbressBut
I But for some unexplained reason he hei hereturned heeturned
i returned r to Illinois and caused a bill to tobe tobe
be introduced in the Illinois Senate Senatei Senateproviding
i providing for the expenditure expen < iiture of the thei theOOOOOO
i jao000000 OOOOOO without any an provision for Fed Federal
eral cooperation When he caused that thatbill thatblU
bill to be introduced Introdu he knew kne and the theengineers theeu
engineers eu lnetrs who advised him knew kne as aseverybody ase
everybody e r1ody knows who has given this thissubject thi
subject 8ubje t any thought that all that could couldbe
be secured by his progress Ho < re tl would be befour betour
four unconnected unconn ted pools which could not notbe notbe
be used u ed as a continuous navigable navigablewaterway navigablewat
waterway wat rway He made a short > > nort campaign campaignthroughout camp campaignthvouhout 1tn
throughout thro thvouhout ihout the State urging urfOl the people peopleMil I
to toaki aMI him secure > > the pe passage age or the thftbill
Mil MilWhen
When I became absolutely mire that thathe
he would insist that the bill should pass paewithe pa8tIwlthcut
withe wlthcut nt a Federal cooperation provision p6Iston prod ¬
sion 1 wrote a letter to every ev r member memberof
of the legislature urging Federal P eral co cooperation o ooperatfon 0operation
operation and explaining why the bill billas billaIi billas
as it wag should not pa Pass P68IJThe PassThe v vThe
The bill had pa p passe ne1 t e4 the senate but butwae butwa butwas
was wa beaten in the house hou e on a roll call
by a vote Otd of two to one Oft I was very verymuch Yet Vermuch Yetmuch
much surprised when the t governor governorchanged governorchansed governorchanged
changed front on thii thl nVrsure t sure after afterwe aftere afterwe
we e had such a clear understanding understandingGovernor undttItandlftgGovernor undtrstandlngGovernor
Governor Becomes Enraged EnragedHe nrage nrageHe
He was so enraged at the defeat defeatof defetof
of his bill that a few fe days later he de declared dedared ¬ i ielared
dared war on all my friendS in the theLegislature j i
Legislature who ho had refused to do his htebidding hisbidding x xbidding
bidding and has ha threateaed to defeat defeatthem defeathem i
them at the polls 3ie I in I the coming cam campaign campaign ¬
paign valgnB paignBeeaune x xBecause camI
Because B lIS my frl freds Mend nd and I prevented preventedthe pr vented ventedtho I
the passage plJ8 ge of a bill which would have havebeen havebeen nave navebeen I
been a breach of faith with tbe people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and prevented the squandering uanderlR = of twen twenty twenty twenty ¬
ty million dollars of the peoples nroney nroneywithout irene lIonewithout
without attaining attalnl the object fcr which whichit whi I
it was authorized he entered ntc the theconspiracy theconspiracy tb t tconspiracy
conspiracy with Ith the Tribune o 0J 0JJlrace ll llxrace
grace and ruin me and advised adi ed itt ittthe 1ththe lththe I
the Tribune conspirators in the t Tribune Tribuneoffice Trlb une uneoftce un t
office on the night of o April A ii 21 mitt untHthe unt untthe I tI
the Tribune story signed a by b White Whitewent Whitewent Whitewent mittt t
went to press pressA plft8A
A statement of Governor Denser Deneenconcerntog Denserconcerning Dnenconcerning I
concerning the socalled White story tor is isprinted isprinted ii
printed in the same issue Je ue with the thetory th thstory iii i
story > > in which the governor dverDOr makes a apretense apret s I
pretense pret e that n be h is not ftuntttar with withthe withthe sI I
the details of the story The truth to tothat I Ithat ii iithat I
that he went to the Tribune office ftce and andthere andthere n
there loaned the use of his r name < and andprostituted andPl08t1tUted sec secprostituted I
prostituted tn the dignity of his high office officeto
to the furtherance of 0 this infamoui infamomconspiracy I j jconspiracy I I Icon
conspiracy conspiracyFor con ptrac ptraclor
For lor many m y many tmln years yea I with ith other othet r i iuiM
uiM UDflwcpeeti > u peetnjr citizens of 0 Chicago Chtea o nave navewondered haewondered hay haywondered t
wondered why the Tribune has ha repeated repeated1ly repeated repeatedly
ly In 1ftIts its venemotts malicious and ap1 ap1narently apIparenti ap
narently alm1e aimless fashion attacked xo xomany a aof O I Imany I
many of the th eminent hl hlthhlnd hghhindeI hhindd fJ pub jwblicspirited publiespirited
liespirited and capable ble cttteen rf r Chi Chicago Chlcapo Chir ¬
cago who 00 bad in times past tMd > od for forpublic forpublie to toibIk r
public office in our community communityDefeats communityDefeats
Defeats Its Opponent OpponentAfter OpponentAfter
After pondering over thesr things a along AloftS I
long time a ray of light broke through throughthe througiI S
the darkness darkne s when the Tribune caused causedZlna cauttedZtrta causee causeey I
Zlna y R Carter to be defeated in a Re Republican RepuBlican RepubHcan ¬
publican convention for president of th thboard the thebo theboard
board bo rd of sanitary trustees of Chicago Chicagobecause Cblcagobecause Chicagobecause
because he had refused after threats threatsand threatsRnd threatsand
and intimidation to remove the headquarters headocarters head headuarters
uarters quarters of the sanitary board from the thesatisfactory theSurct thesurety
Surct surety building where It had quarters quartersU8factOl quarterssatisfactory
satisfactory U8factOl and ample to the Tribune Tribunebuilding TrlbulMbuilding Tribunebuilding
building at a a rental of S6Wi i 00S a year yearmore yearmore yearmore
more than it was as paying and caused to tobo tol tob
bo l b put in his place Robert McCcrmick
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totage totageTHE
HE storage rat rate rae e alone is not a fair measure of the th e cost of storage storagein storages storagesin As
in other things it is true in regard to storing moving and packing
household and personal effects the best is usually cheapest Generally Generallyspeaking Gener Genenillyspeaking lly llyspeaking
speaking you get what you pay for Twenty years reputation repu ation and exper ¬
ience are behind us now we are safeguarding that reputation and adding
to it each year We invite your inspection inspectionFire
Fire proof for household householdgoods
storage Packing Forwarding foreign ex express exgoods cxgoods ¬
goods and art objects objectsSafe press press and nd freight f ight agents agentsHousehold agentsS agentsSafe
Safe S a f e Deposit D epoSI t Vaults V a ult S for f or silverware silverwareand SI 1 verware verwared Household Removals from house houseto
to house city to city and abroad by bycars
and n d valuables valuablesDry va I ua bl es
cars or lift vans vansInsurance vansDry vansDry I
Dry Cold Storage for furs f
rugs rugscurtains Transit
Insurance Marine Transit Bur Burglary Burcurtains Burcurtains ¬
curtains clothing etc 5 glary Theft and Larceny LarcenySuccessor Larceny113t2tUJlil LarcenyI
113t2tUJlil I 9tuiitt l 1 OFsgil craP Qompauu ompaii ompaiiSuccessor I
Successor to Storage Department American Security and Trust Co CoFurniture Cofurniture CoFurniture
Furniture Warehousemen Packers and forwarding Agents AgentsI I
1140 I I 40 Fifteenth Street I I It
a son of the former Ambassador Mc McCormlck Mcormick McCormick
Cormlck C of the Tribune family
Zlna R It Carter was one of the most mostprominent mostprominent
prominent p citizens of Chicago of the thehighest th thhigh
highest high h st standing socially commercially commerciallyand commarcIoUanJ1
and g ntt politically This action demonstrat demonstrated d monstrated ¬
ed e d clearly that the Trolbune Is in poli politics politics pollcs ¬
tics ti cs for revenue only It acknowledges acknowledgeno
no n o party rart proclaims no principles and andsails andHils andails
sails s the political sea ea a pirate craft craftwith 1 1with
with w ith the black flag nailed nate to the ma muItg mast w wIts
Its It s only purpose is I to gather money for forita fors
Its ita it s owners no matter how howIt howIt howIt
It is waging waJln war on the th members of r
Congree C ongress who voted for the tariff bill billnot billnot billot
not n ot on acount of tl the > e duty on gloves Ilov and andstorking anclatO an
atO st storking < ktI ae a it cleverly pretends lit its itscolumn l lcolumnt
c column but because they rc refuted to toobev toobc
obev obc o bey the th demand made IIId > by Medlll Me Meormlck
Cli Cormlck C its editor to jn p pzt on n the free
Itet lJ st t white print paper and the pulpwood pulpwoodof
of o f which print paper JOeI It is < made which whichwould whichwoul whichould
would w ould < 1 for the lh
ave ve Tribune 44000 4i per peryear peeear perear
year y ear This Th te il the Ut < only onl tax tn we have haveanv haeAn haveny
anv An a ny record re If rtf in which hleh the th Tribune pays payss
ait its Il s jut j IJ8t share shareCalls ah1treCalls shareCalls
Calls Tribune Tax Dodger DodgerIt
It is easy to understand why t Ute UteTribune e eTribune
Tribune T i if is so enraged eRra ed at t Republican Republicanmembers Re Repubaaembers ubltcan ubltcanmembers
members m of Congress for being b Jng com compelled compell cornelled ¬
pelled pell p elled to pay its fair share harf of the coat costof coator coatf
of o f maintaining the Federal Government Governmentwhen Goornmentwhen Governmenthen
when w hen it te known that the Tribune and
its i ts owners OWlle are the most artful tax taxodgers
dodcrenj d in Chicago elaHa o where they control
the tax aseerrtiner a nl and tax reviewing revtewi f
boards b who An fl their taxes on any baste <
that t the Tribune instructs them to over
the t telephone telephoneThe telophoneTIle telephoneThe
The record In the tax efflce shows showsthan
that t the Tribune and Its 1t owners pay le less
than t 5500 per year ear in personal tax In L Ls0o000
Chicago ffS2Sn2 fDrr1l s0o000 net per year Capitalized at atstatement
808000 net per year 01 Caplltallzed at
8 S per cent It would be worth 1tO0
886 0 0 but to be conservative in 18OfOi th this s
statement s I estimate e tlmate it at 3 JNttH 0 9t 9taes
and a nd am sure it could not be purchased
for f or UOOH It lhp they were compelled
2 5 K they sbotld be t4 to pay taXeS aes on a
v valuation of U0t6 39 06 they would
IMty p ay an annual tax of i This
represents repre r ent a plunder J of Hi 45Mt per
year y ear out of the public tr truj ury In
Cook county
Is it any wonder that the Tribune Tribunemerely
hs has h as hysterics over the prInt paper
sohedule s In the tariff bill when the they
are a re brotlght to re realize llze that It Is Im
p 088lble for them to control Congress
In i n the way the they do the assessing and nd I
reviewing r boards In Cook count county by
merely telephoning their their orders ordersBoard ordersBoard ordersBoard
Board of Education Deal DealThere DealThere DealThere
There is one board In Chicago I
which the Tribune watches as a cat
does a mouse and that is I the board I
of education It seems to take a spe ¬
cial delight in plundering iU funds fundsquarters
For m many year the boArd occupied I
quarters quarterswere In the S Schlhler < btll r building which I
were first rat class and commodious
where annual rental was wa leu lea than thanThe I
Ii per year yearThe f1r f1rThe
The Tribune was more successful in Ii I
compelling them to move than it was wa 3
with tbe sanitary board and it now no has ha I
the board of education housed in tile C
Tribune building buildln for which hkh the board I
pays XC5W 55O per year for quarters no bet ¬
ter adapted to Its needs need and not aM con ¬
venient TenlentCor for the board boardas as the former formerquarters Connerquarters r rquarters
quarters in the Schiller building ThAi rhi I
is a case of looting the school fund to t D
the extent of J17E05 17WG per year
But of all a1 the plundering plunde of sacred sa sacre d duDd8 I
funds of trout there In nothing m In the tbeuietory tb C
uietory tory of Chicago to equal the tease Jea leapof e
of the school ground OUnd to the Tribune
Company on which It its building boISdin stands I Isave
It pave aave to the Tribune Trlbu control for a aperiod alecfQ 3 3periog
period lecfQ of eightynine btnlne years eers The lease leasewas leasewas e ewas
was drawn raJI without a revaluation r aluatlon clause cla clausewhich se sewhleb
which is included in every fvel long term termae a
lease ae of property owned by private par NLr ¬
ties U and under which htdt the steadily tedIl in increasing increastng increasing ¬
creasing value of the ground would be is S
saved to the board boardValue boaIdValue boardValue
Value of f Leases LeasesThe Leas LeasTbe LeasesThe
The tenants t nant occupying the grounds round8
just ju t across the street from the Tribune Tribuneauildtng Tribuneulldlltf C Couildtng
auildtng > ulldlltf pay an annual rental of ofcent 5 j per peroent perent
cent ent on a valuation of M3S L3 per square
foot plus tie taxes ae against S per percent percent Ps Pscent
cent en a a valuation of 0 4686 4L with no notaxes notaC n
taxes taC e paid l > y the Tribune Company Companocetipyfeig
0CttI occupying g a corner which is at least as asvaluable asva a avalUable
va valuable e as a the t e one referred to
To summarize the annual plunder of C c
the school fund fl d and nd public treasury by lx lxthe
the Chicago Cb o Tribune TribuneTaxes TrflMIneTaxes TribuneTaxes
Taxes doMd doMdRent docI doduedReat d 4iroJ 4iroJRent
Rent plunder 1700
Ground rent steal tMI 47000 47000Total 4000Total 47 47Total
Total TotalOr mMO mMOOr ICO ICOOr
Or in roM numbers the Tribune e
milks the school fund and an public tra trauiy trees
uiy u iy of Chicago of UO 1U0A41 M every year
It I t k i is to toKqtect protect this tit plunder pi that prompts
the t he Tribune Trft a te to force men into subjec ¬
t hen or drive them out of t public Uf UfRefuses litRefuses If IfRefuses
Refuses to Surrender SurrenderBecause SumlldeBeeUM SurrenderBecause
Because I would not no surrender xurreuid t nor normanhood lIlYmanhOOd mymanhood
manhood because becau e I refuse to accept acceptdictation acceptdielt1t1on
dictation d from rom them because they theynow
know k now I would not fetch and carry for forThe forThe forThe r
The Tribune because they fear I may mayaxi
nat al in reviving the spirit of manhood In Inthe inhe I 1 <
the t he Republican party past through wbiebmen whichmen which whichmen
men of couraare and hofttty ho ty will be beplaced beplaced be4aced
placed p 4aced in public office ot c and lid put a atop atopo top
to t o the nefarious plundering of the theschool theschool theschool
school fund and a cl the pabHe aI IIo tr trary Mary of ofJKOWO ofJ ofto00
JKOWO J to00 < < I per v r year yearThese yearMtese yearrbese
These Mtese are th the reason r why wIt The Tri Tribune TrIbune Teleone ¬
bune l eone has followed me so MteHOewaly MteHOewalyfrom nUa17from retsstleassllfront
from the first dar that I took active activeIHrt activepdrt I Ipart
part in public affair aaiiJUST 1 1JUST
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