National Affairs: Employes, Appointees

To all employes in the U. S. Civil Service went, last week, a repetition of the standing order against participating, except in private conversations, in politics. The order specified against badges, buttons, stickers, automobile signs or plates.

Postmaster General New again warned his postmasters that it is illegal to trade in Government jobs.

Charles M. Galloway, U. S. Civil Service Commissioner under President Wilson, reminded people that the executive order upon which Departmental political regulations are based was issued by President Cleveland a generation ago and that...

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