Thinks it absurd
mimes rr abscbd. "Oh t It is absurd. I am sure, to entertain any idea that Sir. Cleveland will veto the bill," said John A. Kreis, of Ehlnkle, Wilson k Kreis, tbe heaviest sugar operators in the city. "It may be a little bard for him to swallow that bill, bat lam sure he realizes how badly the country needs rest on the tariff matter. The aarony has been something awful, and business, I do not believe, can revive as long as the Job remains unfinished. I do not see how, if he vetoes It, we'll be relieved. They can't pass the bill over his head. I do not believe that there will be another session. Oh I I'll say that it they call a halt and all go home it might not be so bad. Then people woald know how to figure. They couldn't do that before. Thesngar business? Ask me something easy. It Is the easiest and hardest affected. I really am not able to figure Just what woald be the result on it."