The Sun from New York, New York on May 7, 1903 · 4
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J rp I ITHE p f tk 4 THE SUN THURSDAY MAY 7 1003 II I THE TRELESSON LESSON OF INDIANOLA INDIANOLAI INDIANOLARRSrITi INDIANOLAIWWLT4 I RESULTS or oK nKOPiid Tin TinV TillIlICE V RACE QLKSTIOX IX 1 Till SOCTII SOCTIIf wrTIII11e 1 1 f The niillrn 1nlll Nnt Nntln OlIO I 0 III Moved From ront Theli TheliV ThrlrCour Thurk k V Cournr Cour C hut Ihn n Xeitrop egroe Modn lIdo Ui U 10ulTlraIl8 o oiutTcrFnet i fciifTcr ulTlraIl8 Facts Ahoiit hlllli HIP nrwliig IotIiI nl nltho IIf IIfthn orho tho ho Post ro t ome OmrtIollt1taJ < Political Agltaton Agltatonrlzc lIlIator8itlle 1 SrIit rlzc the Opportunity DIJIorI 111tH to I U Slake IIIkl Trouble Troublif TroubleINDIANOIA Trouble1NDIMobA f INDIAKOIA Ml MIA1MOY 11 May III 8 Thin Th IK j h th thonly Iho Ihoonly ho hoonly only town in tho United Stntca Stnll tnto tlmt enjoyed enjoyedthe fnjoedjj c jj the distinction dl tJnctlon of conducting a postofflci postofflcidepartment post offito offitodepartmtnt OffiCudepartrnen department of it Itll own ownAs onAs OWflAs As soon as a the President of tl tllf i United UnltecStates UnitedState8 1 States closed thn Imltanola post po t office aftoi aftoirpfunlng artoriI attorreftiHing iI rpfunlng to nccnpt thn ho resignation 1 lgnatlon of the thenogrtSH thonlltro ho honogroM nogrtSH nlltro Minnie Cox wh fur omn oninhad time timehad timehad had been tho postmaster thn I ho residents hnrr hnrrand hlroand iurn iurnt t and In tho ho country countl for miles around found foundthemselves foundj 1 j < themselves faco to fact with a situation that thatthreatened thatthrlatf1n1 thatthreatonNi threatened to paralyzo para I7 business businessIndlanola LJtlilnlSIIIndlanoln iiuisLnosiIndlanola Indlanola Is n thriving town It is i tho thocounty thocount thecounty county count seat of Sunflower r ono of the most mostfertllo mostr I r fertile counties of all thU marvellously fer fcrfl fertile fl 4 tile Delta region of Mississippi MlnsissipplIt MississippiIthasaflnenowcourt l1I1I11 lppL lppLi i It Ithasaflnenowcourt has a fine now court lmuo hu ltuuocommensurnte ltuuocommensurntet e commensurate commensuratein t f in dignity with thn wealth and require requirements requlroI ¬ I Ji ments of tho community two prosperous prosperousbanks properoubanks i banks on electric light plant water works worksa worka 1 a oottoaseed ootton eed oil mill In very ory profitable profitableoperation profltahloI prothablooperation i operation bosldat ono about to be built builta hulltia I a large icemanufacturing lcemallufnct urlng plant nqually nquallyprosperous nquallyi oqunJlyproeporous i prosperous pnx < peroW and a thriving hardware hardwaredry hardwaredry hardwareI I dry good grocery and drug trade It Is Isthe I II h hthe the I he central cent rnl mart of a very large and wealthy wealthyagricultural wealt wealthyagricultural hy hyagrlcult agricultural agrlcult uml district districtThe dlst districtThe rlct rlctThe The population of the town Itself It elf Is 1 h < about aboutrOO aboutI rOO but the pot MVt office did thn t hll luminous luminousof < A I I of at least Irn t 3000 people hero and In the mir mirroundinR surrounding ur urL I L rounding round In It country It was WII > I the distributing distributingpoint III distributingpoint trlbutlng trlbutlngpoint point of three smaller post offices back backamong back5t backi 5t i among the th plantation plantationTho plantationsThe Tho business bu ine of tho th office wan M steadily steadilygrowing stMdllygroing steadilygrowing growing Tho postmaster received for forherself forhen forheruelf herself hen < elf and tho assistant she might hire hireabout hireabout hireabout about 1400 a year This compensation compensationwas was to have been Increased owing to the thotteadlly theteadlly I steadily advancing business to SlKOO 150n this thiscoming thiscoming 1 coming July JulySo JulySo JulySo So when the heavy hon hand of the President Presidentof Pret < ldent ldentof of the United States fell upon the com community 0001munlty cornmunity ¬ munity and suddenly extinguished lt ltpost its lUipost itspost post office thus practically thrusting It Itback Itback Itback back Into pioneer conditions it was wa a stag staggering stagi ¬ i c gering blow So far as the overwhelming overwhelmingmajority overwhelmingmajority overwhelmingmajority majority of those doing business with the theoffice theofficn theoffico office was wa concerned tho infliction was waswanton wuwanton waswanton wanton and causelosjt causelosjtThey cau causeos4 ole oleI1Jty 4 They had had no part In the meeting meetingheld meetingheld meetingheld held here last full at which the postmaster postmasterwas 4 was requested to resign Many of them themknownothing themknow 7 knownothing know nothing about tlio meeting until it itwan Itwas itwan wan over and the resignation was turned turnedIn i In Not that they wore not pleased when whenthey whenthey whenthey they learned the fact and saw sa w before them themthe themtho thornthe the prospect p o pect of n white person at the head headof headof of the post office They Tho heartily rejoiced rejoicedover reJolc ed edover over that tI1a outlook outlookOn I On the question qUtJ tion of tho appointment of ofnegroort ofnegrotJ ofnegrorsu I negroort > l to Federal JI < < lural offkvs tftb in thu South Souththere SouththerlJ Southc c there are no diffureuuo of opinion among amongthe alllonlthe amongF the lie whites Thu moderate conservative conservativeelement lOI130rvatlveelement conservativeelement F element deplores such appointment > for fortwo fortwo fortwo two reasons rua orl Indopcudunt of f thu natural naturalprejudice uaturalprejudlcu naturalif if V prejudice on thn subject Ono of those thosureasons thoBereatol1 thoseii ii reasons > i is I the bail utlHct etlHt they have di directly dirt diL ¬ L rectly rt ujxin the negroes nlgroC themselves themselvesThe themseiv08 themseiv08if t if h1 The political poltical and nodal ocal status latu of the theblacks theblakl theblacks blacks blakl in tho South Suth is i irrovocably fixed txod for fortho fortho forthe tho present pro6nt and ann the noxt generation at atleast atleut att t least The negroes rljro > when loft alone acoept acceptthis acoeptthis acoeptI I this situation contentedly and with no die disposition di dieposition ¬ position psiion to disturb it i Under it their re relations 10 10laton relatiouis ¬ lations with tho whites are back to the thefriendly thefriendly thed laton d friendly considerate basis which Is normal normalwith normalIth normalwith with Ith the Sonthern SOlthlr white whle and the Southern Southernblacks SouthernblacU Southernblacks blacU blacksj blacks blacksBut But among the negroes neiroe ai lamon among other otherlarge otherlge otherlarge j large lge group of laborers lab rer there are Idle Idleworthless Idleorthle8s idleI worthless fellows felows who are averse avere to toll tolland tol toiland I and who get their living lving and enhanoe enhancetheir enhanoef enhanoetheir f their personal pronal Importance imprtanc by agitation agitationand agiaton agiatonad and ad preaching the doctrino of discontent discontentamong dlontontaong discontentL L among aong the industrial industrialTho IndustrlouThe industriouThe The object lesson of a negro In a Federal Federaloffice FEderal FEderalofce Federalif if office ofce particularly in a small smal community communitywhere communitywhere communitywhere where ho is conspicuous furnishes rurnlshf those thesofellows thoROlelowR those4r 4r fellows lelowR with a constant constnt text They work workupon workupon workupon upon the emotional nature of tho negroes negroesthe ntgroos ntgroostho negroesthe the overwhelming majority majorty of whom whomare whomar whom1ts 1ts are ar naturally naturlr docile doclo good tempered mere meregrownup mereRrwnup moregrownUp grownup Rrwnup children chldrlnand childrenmid mid fill fl their heads with withfantantic wih wihfantaRtlc 5 fantastIc Ideas Irlas as far beyond their reach reachcr cr M tll tho tun mui Atan stars n Tho i itu rrAult inuit vt of this HHT in Is U I a tendency tendencys IVdilclluy j jtoward I s 4 r toward disturbances rlhturbancls from which the negro negrohimself negrohimacif himself himslf in tho end lli U > tho worst worit sufferer suffererThat Auleror AulerorThat suffererThat I That In II i one Ofl reason beyond the boundaries boundariesof of more race rc rae prejudice in the abstract abstractwhy abFtrct abFtrctwhy abstractwhy I why people in the lIi South SOlth who stand for forwhat forwhat 1 what Is I sanest fanlt mid Ind best In their respective respectivefommunitie rl8pltho rl8plthoommunlll rrspectlvoiIa iIa fommunitie ommunlll are strong Atron in their opposition oppositionto oppositon oppositonto to Federal Federalappoiritineiits appointments A among al0ng arnongthenegroes arnongthenegroesgs the negroes negroesAnother negrOER negrOERAnothor gs 4 Another reason rl > on Is s that such appoint appointments appointmt appointlb ¬ lb i7i moats mt not lt only 01 servo rvo as a texts tfUi for negro negroagitators negroaltator negroz z agitators altator but nerve fervo also the same fme purpose purposefor purposefor purposefor for white whie agitators agitatorsWith aglaton agitatorss s I With the negro question qUfflo in Its I social socialand Iclal socialand I I and political pUtcal bearings InrilgR pnnnanently prmanently settled settledby flled flledby settledby by Constitutional Conflutlolnl provisions prnI > loll and by race raceInstincts rac racei i Instincts IntnctR as resistless rslstlel as the Law lw of gravita gravitation gra gravitab vita vitaton ¬ b tion ton there really realy was wa no field feld left for a acertain acrtain acertain certain crtain group of ef political poltlcal agitators agitatorl in the theSouth thoSuth thetisi tisi South Suth who either litllr from childish chllrLsh prejudice prejudiceor or for their own personal pelonnlends ends bend bnd their theirefforts theirtorts theirefforts efforts torts to the tht production of sectionalism sectionalismnnd fectonalsm fectonalsmInr end Inr to the postponement of the day when vrhenthn whontlo whent1m thn American Anwrc I people ople as n a whole in the thedisciifsion thedi8cufs theD D discussion di8cufs on of questions qURtlcJA of national Impor Importance Impel IrnporI ¬ I lance tano will wl divide elvid in tholr opinions on the thebasis thoLass thet t basis of rcnsonlng rf180nlng Instead of on the basis basisof bail bailof basisof of geography geographyThe oiriph oiriphThe r The diBfranclilsernent dlErlunchlrent of the tie negro and andtho andIho ands s the swiftly fwlfly changing industrial conditions conditionsof of the he Mouth were rapidly rpidly cutting cuting the ground groundfrom groundfrom groundI I from under tlio tIi feet of agitators agitatri of this thistort thlA80rt thissort tort tortAs As 8 a matter maler of fact the lie negroquestion negroquestionhud lgrO oegrn quclton qucltonhud question questionhod hud and lias cenwdto ceasoci afd In exist xl t aoa a as 1 a legitimate legitimatepolitical logltlmatepoltcal legitimatey y political poltcal factor In the Southern Souther States The Theonly Theonl Theonly only onl hopo hp left let to the agitators whose stock stockIn In i trade tradt it had been llen was war in such flch events from fromtimo fromtmo fromtt tt time tmo to timo tmo as a would galvanlo it into a atom atomPorary tem temporary ter ¬ porary I > rry semblance Imblauc of vitality vitalityApx vltalty vltaltyAppolntleltf 4 Apx Appolntleltf Appointment > lntmentH s of negroes ntgr1 to Federal offices officesIn OfficB officesJici Jici In tIm Southern Sutllf States Stntet were events of if pre pr pro11v I Iclsely I 11v clsely ctel that character chnrcwr They were covertly covertlyr j jwelcomed r welcomed with llh Joy by I tho radical rdial nnd nndreactionary andreactionary I element them themwithammunition themI reactionary ratlolry ellltt Thoy supplied 4 r 41L I withammunition with ammuniton ammunition and beyond that they theyserved theysrwc theyserved served srwc served absolutely Ib > lntuly no 10 purpose purpondTo pup I Ifo t To tho iii negroes nn rotH themselves Ihem ehe they wpr vern a adisaster aS S disaster dlhaller liocausu Ilcau they thoYlIater thoyereated created at least I tt an un unsympathntic onsyinpattiotic I Isympathetic 1 sympathetic if not actively nlly hostile host I lie at atI j jmosplinro i10SpllT I mosplinro 10SpllT which by just jUBt1 so much imxdedtluir imxded irnisdedtIiIr t tluir progress progressBecause progrlBcuso progreaBecauso I Because Bcuso of their direct ill i effect upon upontho upontho 1 tho negroes neltref themnelvosand thcmHIoH and because becu becausoof e of their theirstimulus their1q I 1q Btimuhu stimulus < to reactionary renotlonar agitations among amongthe nmongt t S the thewhites whites whi the broadest minded rlnded most mo t tern ter ternr j jperato r perato Prato men of the th South regarded nltard1 the thecreatlon j jcreation i icratlon creation cratlon of negro Federal officials officals In tho theSouthern j Southern Suther State Sttt OK in every way ay deplorable deplorableThin clpnrahlo clpnrahloThil deplorableThis Thin wintlmont in Jmlianoln Jmlianolnwhen niianotat Thil fntmflt was W stirred B lrrr hHIBnol when President Prpsld nt made the t McKlicy llcKIey negroes JiegrcscMinnie nogrcH nogrcHllInle negroesMinnie Minnie llInle Cox Co tlio tlo Kwtmaster po tlatr here hl hlYet her hervi j vi Yet the appointment was received fecfhrc with without witht ih ¬ I Iout t r out hostile hte dimoristrntion comonstrnllon drnonst rat iott It was a as accepted accepteda accptfl I a Uf us a presumably pr nrlh y incvitnbln misfortune misfortuneTo I Hfortlne Hfortlnet 5 t To make the t he bohl h of what hl they did dlc riot at atall atk I k all al like II and to 1 hold in thn community commuuly some eomesort tomf1 tomf1sort somesort sort of control contrl of the situation porno oro of oftho ofthll ofthe the leading Ilarlng men of tho town townmrn men who whorepresent whot whoispresent t represent Jeprn moderation molrlton and conservatism conservatismwent con erItHm erItHmwent went on the womans bond bondDuring hondoDuri londDuring During Duri the administration adminitration of President Pre ldet McKinley MoKley the resentment Jntent even of th the radi radicals rai raicas zadIcals ¬ cals cas began ban to die out There Therou was lh 111s4 111s4I l I In hi hL his composition an a man ma which wo wotlio won wonIho wonho tlio ho respect compliton of the people poplo of the th Southern SoutherSlates SouthernStatestheir Slates Rlatethelr Statestheir their respect rppt and It L Is H safe lMo to say RajHOtnelhlnc Iay IayHJtethlng saysomething something HJtethlng very rrr like Ikn u sentiment ntlmtnt of af affectlon affcton atfection fectlon fectlonJf fcton Jf 1 tim thl oxpresiom about him hln which you yoimay youmay ou oumay may bear bo < u In nil 11 parts of the thl Houth uth toda todaore today todayar toiayare ore ar any guild uld that certainly Nrtalnlywa esrtalnlywas was the foot fnctThey fnotThy footThey They regarded rglrdpc hl his appointment of ncgroeto negroes negroesto to Federal Fpderll offices M 1 mistaken miltkl but blt the ap appnlntmonts appolntmnntl apiintmuiuts pnlntmonts polntmnntl were made with wih absence abence o oswagger of ofswngglr ofswagger swagger swngglr or of theatrical dragooning at attltudcM attit atIt tltudcM tltudcMThe tit It udn udnTho Uthk4rime The question of their being made ai aigrandstand al alfrandHtnd as asgrandstand grandstand frandHtnd plays and for his own ulterior ulterioends uleror ulerorrndl ulteriorends ends rndl ends won Wi entirely eliminated elmlnatt In II President PresldenMoKlnleys Pr PresidentMoKinlys sldent sldentMoKlnlty MoKlnleys MoKlnlty case Cl As mistakes mlslaes they wen wendeplored werodeplolod weredeplored deplored deplolod but because bnUe of the personally personallyof pronalty pronaltyof of the man who made them and ac because OaU o otho of ofthe ofthe the Implicit Implcit faith fath in his hi sincerity sincrty and of ht htobvious hl his histiljviiii obvious nlJlnu Holfeffacnmont tlfEtacfront In making makng them themthey themthey thornthey they were accepted with a sigh as 1 pan panof partof of the burden hurrn of the white whie man in the South Soutlof Suth Suthof Southof of which a better hCtm understanding undoftandln of con conditions condltlonl conditions ¬ ditions dltlonl ns they the wero would ultimately ultmately re relieve re10e rehove ¬ hove 10e him himThe himThe himThe The situation Iltuaton here helo in Indlanola wa watypical WM WMtypical wastypical typical of all al that Had Ha President Preldent McKinley McKlnlejlived McKinleylived loKnloy loKnloy1ld lived 1ld Minnie Cox would woud have gone on orqulotly onquloty onquietly quietly quloty to the end of her term of office ofc In InJanuary InJnuary inJanuary January Jnuary next Had Ha President McKlnleyi McKlnleyisuccessor McKleys McKleysHuccssor McKinleyssuccessor successor Huccssor carried Cre out President MoKlnleyVpolicy MoKlnleyV MoKneys MoKneyspoley MoKinleyspolicy policy poley had he manifested sympathy sypathy with withPresident wit withPresident President MoKinleys McKnleys attitude atttude and obvious obvioiuaspirations obvlol obvlolsplratons obviousaspirations aspirations splratons regarding rlgadng the South tho In Indianola Indlmola Indianola of dianola dlmola incident would have been bn unheard unheardof uead ueadof But there came tho agitation agiatin of the ques question quel question ¬ tion ton of the th appointment of Uie tlO negro negr Crum Crumin CMlmIn in Charleston the moderate but very earn earnest earnst earnest ¬ est st efforts lorts of the people of Charleston Charlolton to tcavert toavert toavert avert that appointment tli then n the stories storieeof of Ethiopian festivities ftthi e8 and ad receptions receptonl at atthe atthe atthe the White Whit Houseand Housond thus one aggressive aggressiveIrritating aggre8lveIrritating aggressiveIrritating Irritating incident after afer another anotherThe anotherTho anotherTim The conservative people Pople hero her saw AW the theway thewar timeway way things were drifting drftng and vainly tried triedto trl triedto to check the current But the radical radicalagitators radIcalagiator radicalagitators agitators agiator quickly seized flzc their opportunity opportunityThey opprtunty opprtuntyThey opportunityThey They kept up tho growing Irritation Irrtation and andthe andtho andthe the Senegambion Senegambla feet In Washington still stillgoing sti stigoing stillgoing going on they never looked lakl for material materialThen matoral matoralThtn materialThen Then Thtn came the meeting meetng called cled here h re in the theCourt theCurt theCourt Court Curt House HOUf at which Minnie Mnnie Cox Cx was wasasked wasasked asked aske to resign resignThat resignThat resignThat That she was Wil ever threatened is II pre preposterous preposteroul preposteroUs ¬ posterous posteroul nonsense nonsns Neither Nolher by word nor norImplication norImplction norimplication Implication Implction was any threat thrat directed dircted toward towardher towar towardher her The people Joplt here her those thol who supply supplyninetenths supplyninetenths supplyninetenths ninetenths of the th post pst offices omos business businessnever businessnever s snewr never wanted a negroes negrS as postmaster psmtr TheT Theytolerated TheTtoleratd TheTtolerated tolerated toleratd her and would have hav gone on toler tolerating tolr tolratng toleratlng ¬ ating atng her to the end had harlt it not lot been bn for the thesudden thesudden thesudden sudden outbreak outbrak of prodding of the dor dormant dormant dormant ¬ mant negro question Into Int life lifeThen lfe lfeThfn lifelhtti Then Thfn and then ten only it was that the thelatent thelatnt thelatent latent latnt dissatisfaction ditisfacton took tok formal forml expres expression exprs exprssou eipres1oui ¬ sion sou lime Indlnnola Indiluola meeting meting which asked askedMinnie aked akedMlunlo askedMinnie Minnie Cox to resign Blgn and the antinegro antinegroeducation antnegro antnegrooducton antinegroeducation education oducton campaign cmpaign now on In Mississippi Mississippiare MI81lppl I IIIr are IIr the direct dirct result of the Administra Administrations Adrnnstra Adrnnstratlon Admlnistrations ¬ tlon tions course CU Under the policy polcy pursued pursuedby purued puruedby pursuedby by President Prsdent McKinley the Indianola Indanola In Incident Incident inoident ¬ cident never would have occurred ourrd and andthu andth andthe the th antinegro antnegr education campaign cmpign never neverwould nevrwould neverwould would have been bl possible possibleSo l > s8lblo So 1 far as this thl community clmuunly is II concerned concernedthe concernd concerndtht the feeling felng has hl been greatly gretly intensified intensifiedby intellfed intellfedby by what is regarded by all people here It regrde al pple her as astho asthu asthe the petty pty persocutlon IJrlooutlol which won Wi applied appliedafter apple appliedafter after the closing coBlng of the post pst office offic That Tat In Initself InIself Initself itself Iself was wa bad enough but it only reflect reflectthe r reflectsthe O the tht universal unlerdI opinion hero to say IY that tht the thesmallness thesmalne8 thesmallness smallness smalne8 of the Administrations Admnstrations counts countssubsequent ourlo ourlosuhquent coursesubeluent subsequent suhquent to tho fact was Wa even worse worseEvery worlleJ worseEvery Every J ery embarrassment embrrument that the big Gov Government Governent 0evernment ¬ ernment ernent of the th United Unleu States StatC could throw throwIn In the way of the people prplo of thin th little ltle com communitys om ommunlty cornmunitys ¬ munitys getting gettng and sending Qdng away iu iuletters I Ileters Itsletters letters leters seems m to have boon bn resorted rorte to toIt toIt toIt It was Wi directed direcd that the Indianola Indlanl mall mal b bdelivered b be bedelivered delivered delerd at Greenville Greenvie for Instance Intn which whichIs Is nearly neary thirty trty miles n le distant dis 1nt Instead Intea of at atHeathman atHeathman atHeathman Heathman which is only four miles mies away awayThe awayThe awayThe The people here asked aske that their mall mallje ml mallbe be je sent Bnt to t Heathman Hethmn and their request requestRas was curtly refused rofu e the reason reeon given bjlng bjlngthat lJlng lJlngthat bingthat that the Heathman Hethman post office offic was fili not notequipped notequipp notequipped equipp equipped to handle hndlo so f large largt an increase increasef Increse Increseof of f business lu8110ss That Thlt that reason was not nota a i valid vald reason roMn Is demonstrated demonstrt by the fact facthat lactthat factthat that the Heathman post pOlt office by the thenethoda themethos themethods methods methos pursued PUlue by the residents of this thisilace thl8plac thIsplace plac place ilace is II now handling handlng every bit of the thendlanola theIndlnla theIndianola ndlanola Indlnla post office offic business buelneA and has haseen hasben hasbeen ben been > een for months monthsThis monthsThL monthsThis This was brought about by Indianola Indianolaeoplo Indlanolapeplo Indianohapeople people > advising advisig BO far as u they could culd all allarsons al alllersons 1 lersons arsons lons who ho might write to them to address addresshem addr8 addressthem them at Heathman HeathmanTo To gather in such mail mai matter mater as got to toho t ttho tthe the ho Greenvilln Orenvmt office they Individually Individuallyirrote Individualy Individualywrto wrote wrto to the postmaster there directing directinglim directng directnghim him to forward such matter to Heathman HeathmanIn In the main effort erort to put the people poplo here herehirty herethlrt herethirty thirty thlrt miles mie from their post office tho Ad Adnlnlstration Administraton AdmInistration mInistration ministraton at Washington has scored Bcred a aallure afaiure afailure allure faiure But It has ono triumph trumph It has hasmused hMcaused hascaused caused Indianola much small smal annoyance annoyancemd anoyance anoyanceand annoyancoand and crippled its mail mai service with vexatious vexatiousmd vexatoU vexatIousand and sometimes costly delays In one In Initance InAtance Instance stance a very er important Impornt letter leter was wa ten tenlays tenday tendays lays day In getting gettng here hpre from Greenwood Grenwood only onlya a i little ltte more mor than twentyfive twontyfve miles mlcs distant distantBut ditant distantBut But the postmaster pstlMter at Greenville GrMnvUo could couldlot couldnot couldnot not be forbidden to forward forard letters loter to toieathman t toHeathman ieathman Heathmn and a people pople at a distance distanc could couldlot couldnot couldnot not be prevented prvent from sending letters letter to toIeathman toHeathman toHeathman Heathman So Heathman which the Ad Adnlnlstratlon AdIlnitraton Administration ministration Ilnitraton said could culd not handle hadle the thendlanola theIndlanola theIndianola ndlanola mall mal as a a matter mattr of fact is hand handing had hadlng handhing ¬ ing lng it every bit of It ItBut I itBut But the people pople of Indianola Indlaola had to cstab cstabiah etab etablsh eatabhislt iah lsh a local locl post office ofce of their own and had hado hadto hadto to o inaugurate a postal system sy tem of their own ownThat ownThat ownThat That wan I not a very ery difficult matter matterOne mater materOne matterOne One corner of the Sheriffs Shorls office offic in the theiourt th8court thecourt court house hou e was fitted ftled up with boxes boxesthe as ashe asthe the he poet pt office and Mrs lr Haktoad Hated was ap aptointed ap appointed pointed tointed postmaster ptmlter at a salary any of 14 K a anonth amonth amonth month Sid Davis Davi who is one of the livery liverynen lvery lverymen liverymen men of the town took the contract cntract of car carylng carrying carrylng ylng the mail r1 to and an from 1101 Heathman HeathmanHe Heatman HeatmanHe He makes makel two trips a day da charging there thoreor therelor therefor for or a reasonable reanahle compensation oompnston Beyond Beyondho Byond Byondthe Beyondtime the ho delays doays of letters which hleb stray around aroundy aroundby aroundby by > y the th Greenville Grnvle route the service srdc is sur suririslngly surprtlngly surprislngly irislngly prtlngly good Mrs 1111 Halstead makes mkes an andmirablo anadmlrlblo anadmirable admirable admlrlblo postmaster postmltr and the people pople have havecttlod haveItled havesettled settled Itled down to a goodnatured ioonaturd laughing laughingicceptancQ laughingaCptanc laughingaceeptauico icceptancQ aCptanc of tho vexations vexatonl and annoy annoyince annoyanC annoyanee ince anC which of course courH cannot bo wholly whollylimlnaled wholy wholyelminaled whollyeliminated eliminated elminaled with a philosophy phiosphy that IB I dls dlsiinctivoly dlstnctlvoly dietioctivoly iinctivoly tnctlvoly American AmericanIf AmlricanI If I you were to characterize chlraotrlz their frame frameif frameof I Iof of if mind toward tho President anger would i iliardly Ihlrdly ihardly hardly hlrdly be the word wor A healthy hlalhy well el de deeloped drelupd doveinped eloped elupd article of contempt would about aboutlilt abouthit abouthit hit It ItJut It itJurt I Jut Ju t what couice ou e of sackcloth SRckc0th and ashes ashinvhat a asheswhat hl hlwhat what lowly advances Rchanct they must mu t make makeKfore makefole makebetote Kfore fole the President rldent will wi give Ilve thnm a post postifflce p08tof postoffice office of they lwy do tb not know and Id they do not notare notare notcare care < are Sackcloth Sckcoth and ad humiliation humiiton before beforehe bfor beforethe the he throne are ar not lot within w1hln the ncope sie ope of their theiran thllr thllrplan theirplanc plan > an They TIt will wi run their own pt P pret < t office ofiicondeflnltely omc officeindefinitely indefinitely indefniely before they will wi play pin tho r6lo r6loif r610of rob robof of if humble penitent pnlen and and it will wi bo h a cold coldlny rll rlldlr coldclay clay dlr as 1 some of them pxpresplt IxpN pllt before they theyfill the thewi theywill fill wi do co bulnoHK bulnft with another negro Mgr or orletiress orncf orncgrs letiress ncf at the hood of the Indlanola post postiflkfl potonko postoflko iflkfl onkoIn oflkohim iflkflIn In tho meantime mOlntlme the Government Goverment of ofho ofut tho ho United UnlMI < Stales Sltes at the expense lxpn of about abut about3O I 3000 30 a year In II going folng through the fitroe t c of ofhere ofthero ofthere here being bing a pout po t office onlC in Indianola The Thenegress I Iicgrew InegreM icgrew who held th thl the office offic of postmaster pstmIlr postmasterlives I Iives I lives Uve over In Birmingham Dinnngham some 275 miles milesiway mles mlesaway mIlesaway away and ad Is there in elegant elegat leisure leisur enjoy enjoying eJoy eJoyinl enjoytog ¬ inl tog ing the t attractions atttlot of city cty Uf U Ills drawing drwDg bar bariwn bl blown herown own salary I uialaryanci and ad that of on auirtant Ut whom bm r of courM our under Uder lh th hi oirounuUnoea cromtO abe Ie dt dtnot doe doenot There I Is mall earrte earrtehero cfirriothero not have to pay py Tero II a mal cror crorhere hero In Indianola Indaola who U II also all drawing i isalary A AMlary asalary salary and tho rent rot of tho ho post pst office olc 1 1regularly II IIrlgularly is isregularly regularly rlgularly going on onI onToward I I Toward rowa Mrs Cox there l Is here In Indian Indianola IndianI Indianole ola not a trace trao of Illfcellng 1lelng She resigned resignedIt relfne I It Is true at the request rtCJulst of the people pple o othe ot otth ofthe the th town but nobody nobdy blames blamN her for with withdrawing withdrawng withdrawing drawing drawng her resignation when by doing dolniBO dolnJ doingso rMgnaton BO J sho was enabled to t live Ivo where she he chose chosin choMIn in time thl enjoyment tnJoyment of a liberal lbral salary way wIth wltlno wIthrO withno no rO service to render for It ItShe ItShe itShe She rvo knows Just JUt osthe 1 as the people pple here know knowthat kow kowthat knowthat that her occupancy ocupanoy of the office of actua actuapostmaster acual acualptmfter actual actualpostmaster postmaster ptmfter here Is at an end endShe endBhe endShe She said lald from tho first tlt that if her presence prescncIn pre presencein In tho post pOlt office was deemed unadvisable unadvisablby unadvlable unadvlableby unadvisableby olo wa she would woukquit wouldquit wouldquit by the white people pople of tho town quit and she did quit Tho salary lry Is I un unImportant u tinimportant Important Importat to her hernotig hernothing nothing as 1 comparw comparwwith compared comparedwith with the respect and good will wi of the best besipeople bst bstpple bestpeople people pple of respt the town where she Ihe and ad her hus husband husband band bd have a comfortable home and other otheproperty otherproperty otherproperty < property as well wellThe wel wellThe The husband hubad is 1 still sti at work In the th rail railway ral ralway railway way mall ml service 8rl But with the Govern Government Oover Ooverment Oovernmeat ment of the United Unite States State Insisting Insitng on her hoireceiving herreiving herreceIving receiving reiving 1100 ltO doing nothing nothng Mrs Ir Co Codoes Cx Cxdo Ccx Ccxdoes does do not quite quie see I her way clear to a refusal refusalAnd refusl refuslAnd refusalAnd And that Is 1 the present plnt status 8tatl of the great grealcase grat gratC greatcase case C of the President Presidnt and ad the village viae post postoffice pst pstoffic postoffice office officeSI1AXO offic officSHAO officeSI7AG SI1AXO DRAPER MOVES OES OCT OCTBent OlT OlTRtnt OtTRent Bent Railed RIle on Him 1m and HU II Place In Twen TnentrelKbth TwentelJbth Twentyelghlh < trelKbth Street Stret It I to Let LetOver Lt LtOver LetOver Over the door of the brownstone house houseat hou houat at 6 West Twentyeighth street a To Let Letsign Lt Ltsign Letsign sign was WI placed plaod yesterday YEsterday afternoon aternoon At Atdusk Atdlk Atdusk dusk dlk three thre moving vans stopped stopp In front frontof frontof frontof of the house hom and a half haf dozen men began txganto bga to remove the contents contnts There w wlro were re a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal deal of furniture lurnlure and a great many chairs chairsMany chllr chairsMany Many boxes bxes were loaded loade on the vans They Theywere Theywere Theywere were big and ad heavy boxes and whatever whateverthey whateerthey whateverthey they contained contano was not evidently meant meantfor met metfor meantfor for the movers mover to see seeThe 8 seeThe The house had been occupied occpied for ten tenyears tenyeal tenyears yeal years by Shang Draper Drapr District Ditrct Attorney AttorneyJerome Atorny AttorneyJerome Jerome Jerme raided It twice twic On the last raid raidhe rai raidhe he found thousands thou8ds of dollars dolar In the safe safeThere sle sleThor safeThere There Thor has been gambling gamblng there ther since Iln up upto upto upto to the time Commissioner Cmmilioner Greene Grene ordered orderedInspector order orderedInspector Inspector InBpotor tme McClusky McCIUky to close cos the gambling gamblinghouses gamblng gamblnghou8s gamblinghouses houses hou8s Draper Drapr closed clo d up with most mo t of ofthe ofthe ofthe the others other Known visitors to the house housewere houf housewere were welcomed afternoons afernoon8 for then the thepltioe thepl theplare pltioe pl wer was run as a a poolroom poolroomWhen poolromWhen pooiroomWhen When the I he Tenderloin police ple heard herd of ofDrapers ofDraprs ofDrapers Drapers moving movlnl last night they seemed seemedto me to Draprs take the credit for It As A a matter mattr of offact oflact offact fact they had nothing to do with it Draper Draperwas Drapr Draprwa was wa paying 11000 fO 4Ox a year oar rent and ad on the the1st theht tim tim1t 1st of plng this thll month he was wa told he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave have to pay MOOO sm or move moveHe moveHe moveHe He had py been bon 10 dickering ever since slno trying tryingto tring tringto to got a 1 reduction reucion and when he didnt didntsucceed dl didntsucceed nt ntlucel succeed lucel ho decided deide to move He has put puthis puthis putIda his property in storage Iorag until unti such Ilch a time tme as ashe I ashe he can cn rent another house houf and begin busi business bll bllnl businose ¬ ness nl again againThe againThe ain ainThe The conviction of Al Adams was WI a sore soreblow soreblow oreblow blow to Draper DralJr HP and Adams were part partners partners ¬ ners ner and Id It wee WAI reputed replte In the Tender Tenderloin Tenderloin Tenderloin prt prtner ¬ loin that Adams Arams had an interest Intorlt in the thegambling thegamblng thegambling gambling gamblng house houseRECOMES houAoBECO housoIJECOIES RECOMES BECO ES AX AUTO JVXKET JVXKETVltltlnc JUKETlllns JJKLTliItlng Vltltlnc lllns Concrnimrn Concrtlmen See the Speedway SpeedwayIn SpHwa SpHwaIn In Style 811100r StyleHoard Board of Trade Ulne Ulnf Km KmThe ItnThe r rThe The Congress Cngos committee commite which Is looking lookingover loking lokingover lookingover over New Yorks waterways watorwaI spent spnt most mostof mo roostof t tof of Its Ill second snd day here her yesterday Yllterly In auto automobile automobie automobile ¬ mobile mobie rides rdes more than a score cor of big bigmachines bll bigmachines machines maohlne being used UPd Mayor Low Lw wel welcomed welcome welcorned ¬ corned come the tlu committee commlteo to tho city at the theHotel theHotel timeHotel Hotel Manhattan Maattn In the morning Tho Thoautomobile Thoautomobie Timeautomobile automobile automobie party went up time West W t Side Sidepermission Sldetk Sidetook tk took a rde ride prty on the Speedway b by special specialpermission permi510n permission and then toured Hpway The Bronx BronxIn BronxIn BronxIn p In the evening the Xorth Norh Side Siee Board Brd of ofTrade ofTre ofTrade Trade Tre entertained enteralno them at a dinner diner in I the theMetropolis thoMetropolL theMetropolis Metropolis Theatre Thetr building buidig at 112d U2 street streetand strt strtId streetand and Id Third Thir avenue and ad James Jamf L Wells Wellstold Wels Welstold Vehlstold told them all al about abut the needs nt of Bronx Bronxwaterways Brnx Brnxwateray Bronxwaterways waterways waterwaysMayor wateray waterwaysMayor Mayor 1Iayor Low Lw was a the guest gUet of honor honorHe honorHe honorHe He told the committee commite how much the theUnited theUnie theUnIted United Unie State Stal Government owed owe to New NewYork SA SAYork NewYork York and ad complained complaine of how little ltle pro proportionately proprtionately proportlonately ¬ portionately prtionately Congress CongfH had done to payoff payoffthe payoffthe of the obligation obligationCongressman oblgaton oblgatonCongrmnn obligationCongresman p Congressman Congrmnn Burton Duron chairman chairma of the theRiver theRiver theRiver River and Harbor Committee talked talkN on the thnPort thl thePort Port Por of New S w York explaining how fully fullyappreciative luly lulyapprOltve fullyappreciative appreciative apprOltve he and his hl colleagues colenguE were wereof wereof ere ereof of New Yorks needs ne and how much they theywould theywould theywould would like lke to do for It if they thlY only could couldLOST couldIOST couldLOST LOST WITXESSES JTnSSIS AUGHT CAUOHTaid AUGHTSaid UOH7 UOH7aid Said aid to Be Wanted antNI by b Ulitrtet Ultre Attorney AttorneyIn Alorne AlorneIn In Insurance Case CaseKate CueKate CaseKate Kate Condon who raid she was M a dress dreesmaker dr drmaktr dressmaker maker maktr was wa locked up in the Tenderloin Tenderloinstation Tenderlointatlon Tenderloinstation station last Ilt night by h Roundsman Roun mln Barry Brry of ofDistrict ofDbtrlct ofDistrict District Dbtrlct Attorney Jerome office om and a anegro nnegr anegro negro negr tubpoena fubpna server named name Quails Qui The Thewoman Thewoman Tuewoman woman was arrested ar Ie at Pelham Pelhlm Manor Manorwhere Manorwher Manorwhere where wher It Is I said she ho was wa employed employe as 1 the thecaretaker thecrtaker thecaretaker caretaker crtaker of R L J I Kembles KemblA1 hou houe houeQuails e eQuails t Quails Quai said that t hat he had been bn looking lookingall lookingal all al over 011 the country cOlntry for h hr r since last De December Dcembr Docember ¬ cember embr and that sne she was wanted by the theDistrict theDI theDistrict District DI trI Attorney in the th cose CIO of one Max MaxKornfeld Ma MaxKornield Kornfeld KornfeldMr Korleld KorleldMr Mr ilerornn 1rorn was Wi aked lkel about the case CAA and andhe ane andhe he said Bi1 that it was an unimportant unlmporanl one oneThe oneT1 oneThe The T1 woman womn was wno a witness wlnlH who had ha disap disappeared rlp rlpp dlsappeared ¬ peared he hf said aid and a body by attachment attachmenthad atachmlnt atachmlnthle had p been bn Issued Iue for her herA hlr hlrman herA hle A man who f falr said id he knew knw aid Id that the thowoman thl thewoman woman WM wanted wanle in an Insurance case caseIn Ce CeIn casein In which thirty thiry witnesses wltnft had hl disappeared disappearedand rlEappale ad and gone to different diferent part prt of the 1 ho country countryOne conntryOnll countryOne One witness wltnCI won arrested arretMI In Boston Jton yen yenterday yC yesterday terday this man m said The case CI < O Is now be before b before ¬ fore the Grand Jury JuryIIS Jur JurIlS JuryIlls Ills IlS RACE ACROSS CROSS SEA IX I TIME TIMEJol TUIECol riirpCol Col de Monteverde Ionlere Just ut a Few Ft Dayi Dy by byllli byI byliii llli I Sons 80n Bedilde Oelle Before Btfore Death BeathFrederick Deth DethFrederlok DeathFrederick Frederick de Monteverde the 15yearold 15yearoldon IIyearold IIyearoldln on ln of Col Cl Federlco Feerico do Montoverde Monteverde mill millary mi milltar tar tar ary attach of the Spanish Rpnlsh Embassy EmbM y at atWnlhlnn atWashington i iVashlngton Washington Wnlhlnn died yesterday yeltoray at 472 West Westld WeBtld Veatl4d ld ld street Btrt Tho boy hy had been ben ill 1 of heart heartllsease heartdllM heartdisease disease dllM for a month His father who whoas whowas wIowas was as in Spain Rplnl was 1 notified notIfed recently that thatCol thathis thathis his lon sons oonQllon oonrlltlon W was serious seriousCol rIOI Col 1 de Monteverdo Immediately Imldlateiy char chartered phartpred chartered ¬ tered a special Ial train and ad went to Paris ParisHe rartsHe ParisHe He had to hire a tug tUl to catch clch the Deutsch Deutschland Dputsoh Dputsohland Deutachland land before bfore she sailed sle for thin country countryon on her last lat voyage The Deutschland Deutsohlandarrived DeuIlhlai Deutschlandarrived arrived here lost lat Friday Jrday Col Co de Monte Monteverde Monteverde Monteverde ¬ verde was Wi rewarded reward I for his haste hlte as a hU hUton hi hiln hisson ton ln was conscious on8loU up to a few minutes minutesbefore minutesbfore minutesbefore bfore before his death deathtUMORS dfath dfathRU10RS deathIWlIOIfS tUMORS RU10RS ABOUT MRS MOLIXEVX MOLIXEVXt OL7EU OL7EUI I If t She Se use 101 Another Husband Hutnd In n View Iew Her HerFatherlntw ler lerFatherlnLw 11crFatherInLaw Fatherlntw FatherlnLw Doesnt DOlnt Know It ItGen I ItDen Gen Edward Ewar L Molineux of Brooklyn Brooklyniad Brooklynhnc lund hnc this to say sy yesterday yeteray in reference rllereno to toho 10tho tothe the ho contemplated contemplat divorce dloro suit lult of Mrs Mrstoland MrsRoland rA rATolaml Roland B Molineux Molneux and the rumors MlmON of her herntendod herIntendo herintended intended Intendo Tolaml marriage to a Wall Wal Street Strlt broker brokerMr brokerM brokerMrs Mr M Roland Rland Molineux 101nelx hasnt secured fcuro a alivorce adivore adivorce divorce divore an 81 yet 6t and sho hu could ould not marry marrymill marryunti marryuntil mill unti this thlt is done Knowing of course courselathing cour coursenothing nothing about the grounds upon upn which whichho whloh5ho whichsho 5ho ho will wi apply for a divorce dIvorc we cannot cnot say saylow IY IYnow saynow will bo in reference referenceo now what our attitude ntltudo wil b refernc to o the cult cultI Iult IultJ I certainly crtainly have no knowledge Imowltpe of her In Inended Intendl intended ended tendl marriage marrago and ad if she fho is i going to tonarry t tomarry marry marr I do not know who her horhusb husband husbandrill husbandwill rill be beAnother heAnother W WAnother wl Another Star ta of Flueltutlni FueluaUns Eight UghtHARVARD UhtIbRVARD EightIIARVAJtD HARVARD COUEOK WBOR OBSERVATORY OnsanvaToRyCaMaJuDw J JCANIJIDUi I ICAMBMDUK CAMBMDUK CANIJIDUi MASS MAS May May2IDJ May2IDJTh 210031 210031The lO3 lO3The The Th light lght of Nova Geminorum OfmIMMlI appears appa to tox tohe tobe he x > fluctuating iutuatng like lke that thot of Nova lova Perse Perseso Pr5el PerreiNo lo2 No so 2 On last evening enilg May I It appeared appearedhat afp appearedthat d dthat I that hat Its is light lght had ha Increased Incrald about abut half haifa haifamagnitude a anagnltiide amagitude magnitude magitude during the preceding prcding twenty twentyour twontyfour twentyfemur four our hours hour Since Sinc the measures meuun1 described describedn delr d dIn In n the bulletin buletn of April Apri 22 similar Ilmlu measures maasurewere meaus meauswer measureswere wer were obtained obtlnd on April Aprl 21 25 21 27 7 28 20 2 to tomd a 30and and May I and ad gave the magnitude maittudos 147 17 16 7 071 171 081 181 EDWARD 081 07 178 978 0 PICXEBINO and ad 030 18 18pcITely ra raipectlrely repectiveiy ipectlrely pcITely EDWAI PeUUO PRESIDENT PRESIENT PRESIDENTGIVES GIVES DIPLOMAS DIPLOMASPUPILS DIPLOMASPUPIS PUPILS PUPIS TRAVEL RAllL 100 10 MILES TO TLRECEIVE TORECEnE TORrcEIEE RECEIVE THEM 1111 FROM IIIS IlS fUNDS IIAXDSFlagstaff fUNDSAriz IL4VDFlagstaff Flagstaff Mix iiigMteiiMi hoChOI CIa ciiMMU CIaIHt Claus Clausfleets fleets IHt Him 1m at t Grand Cn Cn CanyouiPresI CanyouiPresIdent > onPr OPrel OPreldent il ilitent dent Bides Idf Ides Thirty Tiry Mile MU Through TroUlh 111 111Canyon the theCaouNow theCanyonNow Canyon CaouNow CanyonNow Now on llli I Way to Calif CaUlorla CaUlorlaORAND CalIfornIa CalIfornIaGRAND oral oralGRAND GRAND CANON Aria May 0 GAter 0After After i inight a aniht anight night niht made mae somewhat 1 me wht restless rete by the super superabundantly superabundantly upr uprabundty abundantly abundty expressed expre enthusiasm enthllam of some somiof Imo Imoof someof of the populace peplJlac of Arizona Arzna President ProsldenRoosevelt Prosldlnt ProsldlntRoyelt PresidentRoosevelt Royelt Roosevelt has ha refreshed rlreshed himself h1lt today b ba by bya a visit to t 0 the mighty caAon cfon of the Colorado ColoradoEarly Clorado CloradoErly ColoradoEariy Early Erly this thi morning ho went out on horse horseback hore horebk horseback back bk to Howes Rwel Point Poit with Dr Nicholas NlcholaiMurray NicholasMurray Murray Mury Butler Buter Dr Blxey and GOY Brodl BrodlOn BrodlOn BrodlOn On hi hl his return rtun to the hotel hotl at a the terminus tcrmlnuiof terius teriusof of the Grand Orad Canon C on branch he spoke spke t tseveral to toIvera toseveral < several Ivera hundred people pople many of whom whotrcame whomce whomcame came ce in on excursion train from Phcenlj Phcenljand Ph Phcenizand nlx nlxnd and nd Flagstaff Fagsta The Te President Prlldent at the th ent entof end endof of his hi speech pch handed the diplomas dplomas to th thgraduates the thoiraduates thegraduates < graduates of tho Flagstaff High School Schoolwho Shool Shoolwho Schoolwho Pagta who came cme all al the th hundred hundrd miles mll l from home honuin homeIn homeIn in order to t receive recive them from his bands bandsTho hnds hndsTh bandsThe The Th President Presidnt said sd in part partI p partIhavecomeheetoeethe I Ihavecomeheetoeethe hare come cme here her to t Bee the th Grand Carton Cartonof Caton Catonof Cationof of Arizona Arizna because bU in that tat carton Arizona Arizonalias Arizna AriznaIw Arizonahas has a natural Mtl wonder which con so 1 far aa 8 I Iknow Iknow Iknow know to I in its kind wanoI al absolutely > unparalleled unparalleledthroughout unparalleledthroughout throughout the rest relt of the world Ap TApplauseI Applause At > ¬ plause I shall hal not attempt atempt to describe dllrll it itIwcausn Itbecause t tlcu8 lcu8 because I cannot I could not choose chos words wordfthat wordsthat that would woud convey cnveyor or that could culd convey conveyto cnvey cnveyto to any any outsider oUllder what that cftflon is 1 I want wantwith wantto ant antto to 8k ask you to do onl one tlng thing caon In cnnlclon cnnlclonwith connection connectionwith with it in II In your own Interest and In the theinterest thoInllrst theinterest interest Inllrst of the four he country countryKeep countr countryKeep Keep this thl great gt wonder of nature as I it itnow Itno Itnow now no Is Applause ApplauseI Applaus1 Applaus1M M I was Wa delighted delghte to learn of the wisdom wisdomof wl om of the Santa Sta JW F Railroad Rlroad In deciding dlddlng not notcanon notto notto to buid build their potel iotel on the brik brink of the thecaton timecation canon caton I hope hop you will wi not have a build building buid buidIng buildtrig ¬ ing of any kind kid not a summer cottage ctage a agrandeur ahotel ahotel hotel or anything e1 else to m mar thl the wonderful wonderlulgrnreur wonderfulgrandeur grandeur grnreur ayhing sublimity lubllmly the great gret loneliness lonelinessand lonelne lonelinessand and ad beauty of the canon canonLeave cton ca on onLeave I Leave Lave It as a it is You cannot cal not improve improveon on 01 it Ii not a bit Tho ages have been bm at atwork atwork atwork work on it i and ad man con ca Ifel only mar it What Whatyou Whatyou Whatyou you can cn do is i to keep kep It for your children childrenyour chldru chldruyou childrenyour your you childrens chidrns children chidrn and for all Il who whocome whocme whocome come cme after you as I one of the great grot sights sightswhich sightswhich sightswhich which every American Amercan If he can cal travel travelat at all al should see so Keep Kep tho Grand Grad Canyon Canyonas as 1 It is isWe 18We isWe We have gotten goten past pt the stage lagI fellow fellowcitizens fello fellociizens fellowcitizens citizens ciizens when we Wf are to be b pardoned Prdone If Ifwe Ifwe ifwe we simply fmply treat trlat any part of our country countryas as something 80metllng to be b skinned klnne for two or three threeyears threeens threeyears years for the use of the present prent generation generaton generatonWhelher generationWhether Whether It is the forest forelt the water 1ater the thoscenery theBcenerv thescenery scenery whatever It Is I handle hdle It so 8 that thatApply thatyour thatyour your 01 It chidrens childrens chidren children wi will get the bneft benefit benefitof I ItAp ItApply Apply Ap ly irrigation InKaton under uder circumstances circumstancesthat that will Y11 make mke it of benefit blont not crcumetanC51 to time tie unecu unecuIn ipou ipoultor epeculater In ltor later frtr frtrtwo who hopes to fet get proft profit out of It for fortwo two or three thr years er but BO that tht it will wi be b of ofuse 01Ui ofuse use Ui to tho homemakers homemkerto to the man ran who whocomes whocome whoconies I comes come to live lve and to have hve his children childrenst chidren chidrensy childrenstJy st sy y after Hfer him himIn himIn himIn In the afternoon aflmoon the President Prfdent and his hisparty hIsparty I Ipary party pary wont wrnt up the carton C10n and rode rde for thirty thirtymiles thirtymiles I ImUe miles mUe Lunch was W served srvod fifteen fftn miles milesup miEA miEAup tithesup up the trail trai He left for Williams Wllarl and Iud HIP HIPmain thomain timemain main line 1M of the Santa Snla F4 F on hU hil way to toCalifornia toCJorla toCalifornia California CJorla at 6 oclock ocok this evening Aonllg One of the first trt to meet met the President Presidenton Peselnt Peselnton on Ilia hi htl arrival was Ben Daniels Daiell Mr MrDaniels MrDaniels Ir IrDaiels Daniels Daiels it will wi be b remembered remerbero wan wa nomi nominated nominat nomninated ¬ nated nat and ad confirmed cntrle as al United Ur ted Slates SlatesMarshall Statel StatesMarshall Marshall Mllhal for Arizona Arizla his hil final fnal establish establishment ttablHh ttablHhment establishimtent ¬ ment In the office otc was W upset by the discovery discoverythat dllery dllerythat that In II early eay life lfe he had uJet stolen hones hoTs and andhad a andhad had suffered suter the laws law penalty pennly for tho in indiscretion Indiretion indiscretion discretion discretionThe diretion diretionThe discretionThe The President Pridnt in I withdrawing the thE nomi nomination nomlnallon nornination ¬ nation said that he did it because bcU Daniels Danielshad Danlolshad Danielshad had concealed his hi past pt and not on account accountof accunt I Iof oonoae of youthful wrongdoing In I which he had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen been bn the catepaw of other men for which whichho whichho catpw ho had atonai atone by a 1 righteoiu rlhtU life He spent in inthe inthe inthe I the maintenance mintenanc of the law lawThe lawTe lawThe The Te President Prldent apparently apprenty feels that Mr MrDaniels 11 MrDaniels Daniels IH i now square Bqure with wih the world word and andeligible andeligible I eligible elgible to any office which ho Is i fitted fittedcia ttcd fittedmentaliy mently mentaliy ad and physlcly physically t to admInister admInisterThe I The Prelrent President bara hada cia reception repton for former formermembers forer forermembf formermembers membf members of his hl regiment rglntnt for half hal an In hour hourbefore hourbfor hourbefore before bfor the departure deprture of his train trainRoosevelt trainoolnel trainflooseselt Roosevelt oolnel Sends Greetings Grletn to Dla DlaEL Dial DiuEt DialEt EL Et PASO PA Tex May My 6 6Frnc0 6Francisco Francisco Mallen MallenConsul Malen MalenConAul MallenConsul Consul for Mexico at this place 1oxic plac today todaytrlographed tooay tooaytdegraphe todaytelegraphed telegraphed tdegraphe a greeting gretng from President PresidentRoosevelt Prelident PrelidentROOevelt PresidentRoosevelt Roosevelt ROOevelt to t President PreWent Diaz Dlz Mr Mallen Mallenmet Malen Mallenmet I met President Presdent Roosevelt RIelt at Albuquerque Albuquerqueyesterday AlbuquerqueYNterdlY Aibuquerqueyesterday yesterday and was W8 requests requCtl to convoy his best bst regards regars to President PrOidpnt Diaz and andto Rndt andto I to t say to him that Mr Roosevelt Hoofvelt hoped hopodto hopd hopdto date to meet met him personally prsonaly at a some re future futuredate futur futuredate PISTOL LOADED AS ISlAL ISlALTwo 1UAITo fSUALTwo Two Shot In Levys 1 Wires Wife Cheek Chfek and Two TwoIn Twotn TwoIn In a Casual Calul Passer PaueriSigmund Paler PalerSigmund PasserSigmund Sigmund Levy Ly of 112 12 East EHt Ninetyeighth Ninetyeighthstreet Sinelrollhth Sinelrollhthstreet street found an oldfashioned oldfashione powderand powderanduliot powderld powderldIhot uliot Ihot pistol yesterday ye terday in a house hou8 he was wasworking wasworking I Iworking working in and took it home He lit lt a amatch aumatch i imatch match to examine It and got the match matchtoo matchtoo matchtoo too near the vent vent The thing went off offbreaking ol offbreaking breaking the front window Two shot shotWorth shotstruck i iMt Mt struck ruck his wife In t time he left cheek and Adolph AdolphWorth AdolphWorth Worth who was passing on the other side sidenf sideof sideif nf the thestreetgot street Atretlot got two twoshot shot in II his right cheek cheekLevy chek chekLy cheekLevy Ly Levy was wa arrested arrestedNews arrestedew arrestedNewe News ew or PI rIa Plays S and Players PlayersThe llatrl llatrlThe llaersThe The Man Ia Who Stole the Castle ante was wasaketi wa wataken wastaken taken off ol the stage ftage at the Princess PrnC lost Int lastnight j I Inght night nght This curtain curtan raiser raisr preceded prce There Therend Thtro Thtroad Thereand I IAlen ad and nd Back Bck and in It eightyearold Louise Loulsolien Lu8 LouiseAllen Alen Allen lien had ha a rOle The Gerry society notl notied notlfe notlfled fe fled ed the management managemet yesterday YClerday that Louise Louiseon Luise LuiseWI Lotmisewas to bo actress actressOlga actreMOlga actressOlga WI was on too young b an In Olga Xethersole Nethrsle wants the English rights rghtR rightsof j jf Iof of f Pretty Prot Peggy Miss Nethersole may mayet mlY mlYget nittyget get et them if Charles Frohman who has an anan j jn Ian an n option on the play decides deides that he does doeslot doe doesnot not want wat to produce prouce It in England EnglandWilliam Englad EngladWilam EnglandWilliam William Wilam A Brady was informed Informe yesterday yesterdayhat yp6terdaythat yesterdaythat that a dramatization dramat tion of Tho Pit by 1 Elliott Elliottage Ellot ElliottPage Page age and Id E E A Johnson Johnll had boon bn pro prolucod produO producod lucod duO in London Lndon for copyright cpyrght purposes purposesJr purpolOI purposesMr Mr Brady Bray owns ownl the stage rights rihts of the thelovel timenovel noel both here hert and andabroaduumd abroad au ana he hehas lias hW in initructed InItrucl instructed itructed Itrucl his attorneys roa to protect prtot his in inerests Interests intetvsmts I erests terestsThe tetvsmtsThe erestsThe The curtain curtan at the Herald Square Suar Theatre Theatreras Theatrewas WM ras twenty minutes late In rising last Ilt night nightVictor nllthIctal nightVictor I Victor Ictal Morley who plays Copt Civmht Civmhtaused Clumfl CAvmleicaused caused tho delay He went automoblllng automoblllngn automobilng I In n the afternoon aternon and tho machine machie broke brokelown brokedown brokedown down far from frm home homeSimon homeSimon homeSimon Simon Newoomb Newcrbh the astronomer Itronomer went wpntto ventto 1 v I j t1e f f + t towoombs to s see A Message Jrom rom Mars a at tne Crl CrlterCn Crieden eden It last night Thil Tlmis Is said id to bl be Mr MrNowombs MrNewoonths terCn owoombs Nowombs second end visit vllt to a theatre in his hislifetime hil hishifetimo lifetime Ifetlmo IfetlmoGrand hifetimoGrand lifetimeGrand Grand Lodge Lte Refleets Rrelets oncers oncersTlio omterl omterlTho OmecruTho Tho Manonlo Grand Grnd Lodge Ldge of thIs State Stateeuleoted Staterilecte Statereliiected euleoted rilecte yesterday yesteray its Is entire entr set let of officer officerImoDt ofcer ofceramot officersalmost almost amot without a contest Time officers orfloernre omcr omcrar officersare ar are re ElbertCrandall Elbr Crandal Grand Master Mltor Frank FrankH H I Robinson Rbinson Deputy Grand GrandMaster Master Mater SNcl SNclmith 8 Nel NelHon NdHon Hon Sawyer Bemor Seniorurand Orand Wanlcn ardomm charles charlesSmith Smith Rmlh Junior Grand Warden Col Edward EdwardI Ewanl EwanlL M I L Ehlora Ehlor Grand Secretary and tho thoev thoRv tImeRev Rev ev George Gorgo R Van an De Water Grand GrandII OrandChaplain GrandChaplain Rv II T l il Grand T Af > rt rtionor Chaplain Lt Last night the Granl Lgo Lgogave iocige iocigegave gave a dinner In the Democrato Democratlo Club In Inhonor inhonor honor ionor of a dozen dozel officers ofol and ad representatives representativesf reprContatvM reprContatvMof of f the Grand Grad Lodge Lge of New Jersey Jerseyvia Jery JeryChle JerseyChin Chin via Federation Flerton Head lead to Meet Next NextWednesday Nexttdneda flextWednesday Wednesday WednesdayA tdneda tdnedaA A call cal has been bn issued Ilue for the semiannual semiannualiceting lmlanual lmlanualmeeing semiannualmeeting meeting meeing of the Executive Exeutlve Committee Cmmite of the theNational theNatonl theNational Natonl National Civic Federation Feeratloll to be b held here heren her heron hereon on > n May 13 The chlirman chairman Is Senator Senatorianna Snator Snatorlann SenatorHenna Henna lann and Samuel Smuel Gomperu G omprd and Oscar OBr R Ritrauy R6traul SStrauam itrauy 6traul are ar vicechairmen vlcharmen Among Amolg IU 1 mem memrs membrs memhers brs hers rs are exPreeldent oxPrldlnt Cleveland Archbishop Archbishopreland ArchbishopIreland ArchbishopIreland Ireland and Bishop Putter PutterHanded Poter PoterHandl PotterHanded Handed Handl Ills lL Glass 00 Rye to the Jnry JnrySTRACUBB Jn JnSyaacuaa n nSTIUCUI STRACUBB STIUCUI May My 6 eGerge 6George George H Goebel Goebelhe Gobel Gobelthe Ooebeithe the he plaintiff plallUf in a suit eut for damages against againstthe the he Rapid Transit Trnsit Company astonished astonishedhe allonishe the he Ju Jury today toay by removing rmovig his ere eye and andandlnc andhnlj andheeding heeding It I t over ovr to t the the foreman foremn for ln inpo inapeo inapeoLion peo peoloo hnlj 001 Lion loo Ii I ltwM WM N pas ed around arud and retur returIt rture returned returnedJtwasaglasseye pu It I Jtwasaglasseye irai as a glara SiM eye tye 1 1BOY BOYS MOT 10 100 THE FAMILY F MILYBO MILYBOI11e HOME HOMEThe HOMEThe The Elder Eldfr Held feld for fo Trial Tral on the te Complaint Complaintof Complint Complintof Broker BrokerTho Brokerho of Their Ttlr father the a Broke Tho To ho story Itor of a real rl bad b boy b came out outIn outIn outIn In the Harlem Hart police pelc court our yesterday yesterdayThe trda trdaThe The bad bd boy I > y was wai Howard loward 0 flnydnr fnydlr the theseventeenyearold thesvcnteenYfaoJd theseventeenyearold seventeenyearold svcnteenYfaoJd eon en of Walter OSnyder OSnydera O Snyder Bnydera a broker living lving In the Berkshire Brkshre at 125th 125thstreet 125thstlt 125thstreet street stlt and Eighth avenue avenueThe avnue avnueTe avenueThe The Te boys by parent prntI arranged arrang to be b away awayfrom awlY awlYIrom awayfrom from homo on 01 Saturday Sturday night last lat so 1 took tooktheir tok tokther tooktheir their ther three other children chidren one of wnom wnomIs wnomII wflomis Is II Donald DDald U 1 years yerl old to t an a uncles for forsafe tors forsate safe keeping keping s Howard got hold of Donald Pnad and ad pro proposed pror proposed ¬ posed a scheme Iheme According Acrog to t the story storytold Itory storytold r told by Donald in court leswrday yesterday they theywent theywnt theywent went to the th basement bement cou of 0 the BerkHhire BerkHhirewhere Brxlhr Berltahire Berltahirewhere where whr Howard Hoar put Donald Dn In the te dumb dumbwaiter du dumbwaiter ¬ waiter water and ad hoisted holst him to t the family tarl apart apartments apartments ¬ ments on tho third tlrd floor Cor There Tr Donald Donaldtook Donaldtook p took a diamond ring worth 115 180 a sUck sUckpln sUckpin sUckpin pin worth orh 150 1 50 a rng fortydollar fortydolar watch wath and andchain andohan andchain chain ohan 100 and other jewelry Jowelr valued value at about abut I 100He 10 He gave the stuff stul to his hi brother broter who whoafter whopawned I Ipawned pawned It al all for tto and then the two twoboys bys boys went t to Phiadelphia Philadelphia t to visit t a rlatve rlatvearl relaUvo relaUvoafter te I after arl they had ha bought bught two revolvers revolvr They Theywent Ter Terwent Theywent went to the home of a cousin oUBln there and andsaid ad adsd andsaid said visit sd that tat their parents pant had ba sent sDt them to tovisit t tovisit visitOn On Sunday afternoon aferon tho boys took tooktheir tk tktheir tooktheir Sudy by their cousin Ethel Burke out to t treat htr htrto htrto barto to soda fl and candy cdy On the te street str Donald Donaldcousin D Dooaldtook ad adtook took out h his rvolver revolver ad and showed It t to his hiscoun hiscousin cousin Howard Howad told him sowe to t put It up upand upand and coun when Donald Donad ref rfU refused uwed a souffle soufo followed followedThe folowo followedThe up The revolver rvolver wan discharged dlschnge and Id the te bullcjt bullcjtentered bult bu1le bu1leentered entered the little uiris throat roat m de the boys b to New York Donald said and nd an a their theirmoney theirmoney theirmoney money won gone they spent Apnt Monday night nightin nightII in II MornitiKHide MorlllHlde Park Detectives Detecv6 Von on Bus Buskirk BU Buskirk kirk and Mayer fo foand found them on Tue6ay Tue6ayad Tuesday Tuesdayand and ad locked locke them up lp Their father appeared appnred in court curt yesterday yesterdaymornlnR ytlerday ytlerdayrrnl yesterdaymorning morning rrnl and ad told the Magistrate Mailtrat that he hethought hethought hethought thought Donald Donad was led le astray Itray by his hisbrothor hisbrther hisbrother brother brther so the younger boy was Wi released releasedMr rel relJl Mr Jl Snyder made mae youler a complaint complant against againstHoward aganst aganstHoward againstHoward Howard however and ad ho wan hold for fortrial lortral fortrial trial tral in 1100 1000 01 boll bollORJECTS bal balOBJECTS baIlOThJECT OBJECTS TO ITALYS GIFT GIFTMr OIFTlr GIFTMr Mr lr Dowie Uo M l P Doesnt UOtnl Think 1Ink Am Ambaiaador Ambasador Ambassamior baiaador basador Should Accept ccept Decoration DecorationSpecial Deorton DeortonSptc DecoratIonspeaal Special Sptc Cable Dllpalcl Dtipatch to TBS SUN SUHLONDON SUNLNDN SesLoinoN LONDON LNDN May 0 6The The acceptance acCptanc by bySir bySir bySir Sir Francis Francs Bertie Brtie the British Brtlh Ambassador Ambassadorto Amba ador to Italy of the decoration decoraton of the Order of ofSt ofAt ofSt St Maurice Maurc from King Victor Emmanuel Emmanuelduring Emmnuel Emmnueldurng Emmanuelduring during durng the recent visit of King Kng Edward Eward to toRome toRome toRome Rome was WI wasthe the subject subjet of a I short debate in inthe Inthe intime the House Houl of Commons Cmmons today Mr Thomas ThomasGibson Thomal ThomasGibson Gibson Glbll Bowles BwleA who raised ras the question questionsaid queston questonsid questionsaid said sid that under the Foreign Office Offic regula regulations regulations regulatiorms ¬ tions of 1898 all al British Brlthh officers officr serving servingabroad Brng Brngabroad servingabroad abroad were prohibited prol bll from accepting acpting such suchdecorations aucndecorations suchdecorations decorations from foreign sovereigns sovereignsReplying sovereignsHepllng sovereIgnsReplying Replying to this Prime Prme Minister lnlter Balfour Balfourcontended Baifourcontended llour llouroontendL contended > that King Edwards Ewards visit Ist to t Italy Italyjustified Itly Itlyjustlto Italyjustified justified justlto the Government in allowing alowing the theBritish thertlh theBritish decoration decorationCIIOATE decorationIUITE British rtlh Ambassador Amb8Mdor at Rome Rme to accept acpt the thedecoration thedecoration thedecoration CIIOATE IUITE 1101 TE COMIXO HOME HOMEAmbassador llUE llUEAmbaador IIOIIAmbassador Ambassador to He Il Here Itrt for the Wedding Weddingof rdl rdlor of Ills Ils Son SonSpecial SonSpectsl on onSpulal Special Cable Dttpatch Dtpal1 to THE SUN SDKLONDON SUNIAIDON SONLoteooms LONDON IAIDON May fl Ambassador 6Ambatdor Choate Choatewill Choatewil Choatewill will wil sail fi for home on May 15 to attend alenr the thewedding theweding timewedding wedding weding of his hi son sonWant lon lonWant soniant Want Protection Irotlclon for German Irlan Exhibits ExhibitsSpecial Exibi ExhibitsSpecil Special Cattle Cabt Deipalch Dtpalch lo II THI SUN SUKRERUN SUNERUN SUNBERLIN RERUN ERUN May 6 6Tho Tho Foreign Office OMo is isnegotiating Isnegotating isnegotiating negotiating negotating with the American < n Government Governmentat OOTermelt OOTermeltat at Washington Wlhlngton to secure a special IJoial measure measureof melure melureof of exception excpton for German exhibits at the theSt tbeSt theSt St Louis Iui Exposition from the socalled socalledmanufactory Iolod IolodmaJ1ulacory socalledmanufactory manufactory maJ1ulacory clause clauf of the American Amercn Copy Copyright Copyrght Copyright ¬ right rght Act of 1S91 1 91 Should thin thl not be b ob obtalnud ontane ohtamed tamed tane Germany will wi ask protection protction from fromimitation fromImtaton fromimItation imitation Imtaton during and for a certain Ortan period periodafter periodafter periodafter after the Exposition Epltlol HO H that Industries Indultrle such suchas suohn suchas as n lithography ltography can cn make such protection protectiona proteton protetona a condition cndIton precedent precent to rending ndlg exhibits exhibitsAtlantic exhibit exhibitante exhibitsAtlantic Atlantic ante Colons Work WorkSpecial WorkSpten VorkSpectmt Special Spten Cable Deipatch Dtpalcl lo THE TUI SUN SUKLONDON SUNLND SUNLoNDo LONDON LND May IY 6 6The The annual anlull meeting meetingofthe meellngof meetingofthe ofthe of the Atlantic Atlantc Union which wan established establisheda etablshed etablshedI a I few years ago for or time purpose purpse of drawing drawingtogether drawng drawngtOW1 drawingtogether together tOW1 her various Englishspooking Enltlhsptj dng jxsoplei jxsopleiduring peple pepledurng peopiesduring during durng visits vi lts to London was wa held today todayIn In the House louse of Lords Lrdl The report rpr of ofLord ofLrd ofLord Lord Lrd Monkawnll lonksrI the th president prcldent showed showedthat Ihowld Ihowldthat showedthat that during tho year tlr 190J 19 iDO the club had en enturtained entrtalnod entsrtaineci turtained trtalnod 270 20 Americana Amercal and 310 Colonials ColonialsLord Clonials ClonialsLrd ColonIalsLord Lord Lrd Monkswell lonk8wel said tld It I was wa expected pxp1ted that thatthe thatthe thatthe the number numbr entertained entcrtalntd would lx II doubled doubledthis doublodthis doubledthis this year yearSmallpox yearSmalipeN ear earSmalpo Smallpox Smalpo on Transport Tralllor at Manila ManilaNptclal 3laniIap Ianl Nptclal Sp p citi I 1 Cable DepaicH Dtpalllo lo THE TrE SUN SUNMANILA IUN IUNMANIL Su551ANIi MANILA MANIL May Iay fl 6Smalpx 6Sunallpox Smallpox has hn broken brokenout brokonout brokenout out among tho men of the Second Socnd Infantry Infantryaboard Inlantryaboar Infantryaboard aboard aboar the transport trasprt Sheridan The vessel vesselwill vesselwill etl etlwi will wi bo 1 held In quarantine quaranlM for five fve days daysThe dasThe daysThe The health hoalh officers officer are ar afraid afrld of a slight slightgeneral sUghtgenoml slightgeneral general increase IncraE In the spread sprad of 01 cholera choleraand choleraand I Iand and will 1 rplmpose rlmps the quarantine quarantne regula regulations rgula rgulatons regulatlons ¬ tions tons of 1002 1002Irlih l0 l0Irlh 1002Irish Irish Exhibit Exhibi at t St lt Louis LouisSptcM IoullSpulal LouisSpvrlat SptcM Cable Coblt Deipalth Dtpalh to TaN TiE Str StrIXN lu luINfN SUN SUNLoNpor IXN INfN LoNpor ON May 6 0Mr Mr lr George Ooori Wyndham WyndhamChief Wynrhlm WynrhlmCllf WyndhamChief for Ireland announced announcedIn Chief Cllf Secretary rlary Irlnd anounod anounodIn In the House HOI of Commons today tha ne negotiations negotlationA negotlations ¬ gotiations were prCdlng proceeding by which the thpIrish th thIr thellshm Irish Ir h Department Dfprtment of Agriculture ogrculture would wouldhave wouldhnve wouldhao have a special lpcal exhibit of Irish lri h industries industriesat at the St St Louie Luis exposition epllion next year yearOld yearOld elr elrOd Od Old American Allrltan Document Dotumlnt firings 8225 8225ral > 22K 22KSpecial 221Spettal Special ral Cable Co able bIt Despatch Dtpah to THE Hn HnIXJNDON HUN HUNJSON 405L0Noos IXJNDON JSON May 0 OAt At the sale of the Crow Crowcombe Cro Crocomb Crowcombo combo comb Court Curt library Ihrary at Taunton a manu manuscript manu8Crpt manuscript ¬ 8Crpt script script entitled The Thl Briofe Orders at Gen General Oeneral Genoral ¬ eral Meetings 1ttingl of the Councell Councl of New Eng England Englad England ¬ lad land in America Americ16221623 Anteriea10221623 10221623 was sold fold to Mr MrSt MrSIoOs MrStevens SIoOs Stevens St ovens for 45 45Uerman f5Grrman 45Gernuan Uerman Fleet 1 left Xot to 0 Co 0 to Holland Hollandspecial loland lolandSputal Hollandipecta special Cable DespairS Dtparh to Tag TOi SUN SONTHE SUNTIF SUNTuE THE TIF HAOUK JAOUt May 8 6The The proposed prope visit visitf visitof Islt Isltof of f a German ermnn naval squadron to the harbors harborsf harbrs harbrsof of f Holland Holand has hal been abandoned abandonedItalser abandonodalar abandonedEuler Italser alar Leaves Home HomeBipedal Roml Romlpulol RecurSpecial < Bipedal Cable Dcipatch Dtpal1 lo THE SUN StWRoMKMay SUi SUNRoMrMay RoMKMay Emperor William Wiiam and suite suiteeft suit suiteleft left eft here today todo for Berlin Herln i I IAMONG AMERICAN M RicAN INSTITUTIONSA INSTITUTIONS INSTITUTIONSMONG AMONG A MONG the Great Thins Thinsof Things Thingsof 1 of Amerc America those thatjustify thatjustify that thatjustify justify the claim caim that it pos possesses pos possesses ¬ sesses InsUtutons Institutions are theimmens theimmense the theimmensemanufacturing immens immense immensemanufacturing manufacturing concers concems con concerns ¬ cers cerns and the superior excellenc excellence excel excellence ¬ lenc lence of their prductons productions RECORDED PECORDED in the Director DirecI Direc Directory ¬ I tor tory of A American instutons In8titUtiOflS In Institutions ¬ stutons stitutions is the house ofKranih ofKranich of ofKranich Kranich Kranih Bach Pianos PianosA A Musical History fre free to applcants applicants for ctalogue ctalogueAsk catalogueAsk catalogue catalogueII II Ask for our special terms to thsewb th3sewho those thosewho wb who prefer spca making partal partial paymentsW paymentsWAREROOMS payments paymentsUWAREROOMS UWAREROOMS W WAREROOMS 2345 23345 E 23d St Stand st stand and 16 W 125th 12 5th St New YorkKRANICH YorkKRANIC1 York YorkKRANICH KRANICH BACH LABOR WAR IN AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIAVictoria AUSTRLI AUSTRLIIetora AUSTRALIAVictoria Victoria Ietora Government Goverment Order Oren Railway Em Emplote Er Erfloee Employees plote floee to Leave Iee Central Cetrl Union UnionSwart Unon Unonptca UnionSpecial Swart CaSte Deipttcii Dtp lcl0 to Tn T Tax SUN SDKMELBOURNE SUNMELBOURNB SUNMELBOURNE MELBOURNE ptca May 8The Government Goverment o oVictoria 01 01Vlotora ofVictoria Victoria Vlotora announce anounC that unless une the railway railwaymens ralway ralwaymens railwaymens with the theTraders theTraer theTraders mens union severs Bver it It its connection cnneton wit Traders Traer unon Hall Hal which IB l the the central cntra organi organisation orgal orgalUon organ1zatlon ¬ sation Uon of all al the trades trae unions before bfore May MayI 12 I the leaden leader will wi be b dismissed dl8me without withoutfurther wthout wthoutluher withoutfurther notice The Governments ulti ultimatum ultiznatum ¬ further luher notc Te verment6 ult ultmatu challenge to the labor party partywhich partywhich matum matu IB e a chalenge labr pary parywhlcb which threatens threten to entail entl one of the most mostImportant mot motImprt mostimportant Important labor labr ware W Autralla has ha known knownThe knownTe knownThe Imprt The Te situation situton briefly brlofy stated statd Is this thi The Thevarious ThevaoU Thevarious various railway raiwy mens unions uions of Victoria Victoriaowing Victria Victriaowing Victoriaowing vaoU owing to t a reduction in I wages wa lately af affiliated aftlaod atfihiatod ¬ filiated thomselvcs rucion lvoe with Ith the Traders Traf Hall Hallthereby Hailthereby al tlaod tbm thereby th rby rendering rndern themselves thenlvcs liable lible to be becalled becalled outside lde strike strikeand strikeand strikeand called cled out In support of any alY oU and thus placing plaing all al the railway raiway communica communications commwlc commwlcdon communicastiona ¬ tions don of the colony clony at the mercy of any anytrade anytrade anytrade trade dispute disputeThe d1puw d1puwThe dIsputeThe The Government Governmnt which owns OWO the rail railways ri railways ¬ ways waYl is willing wlig to allow alow the thp organization organizationof organiztion organiztionof of the men so long an a they are not affiliated affiliatedwith amlat amlatwith affiliatedwith with the Trader Trel Hall Hal and ad with wth this con condition cn cnditon condltlon ¬ dition diton attached attohd offered olero to t discuss dicu the gen general generd general ¬ eral grievance grlevalO of the railway raiway employees employeesSeveral employesSveral employeesSeveral Several Sveral conferences onferencs have failed faie of result resultand resultand resultand and hence henc the ultimatum ultimatumTO ultmatum ultmatumTO TO IMPROVE MAXILA HEMP HEMPShippers liE liEShlpltn hEMPShippers Shippers Herd 11 1 the Complaint Made by byAmerican b bArlrcan byAmerican American Arlrcan Buyers BuyersSpecial Oue OueSptcal BuyersSpectat Special Cable Detpatch Dtpofcllo to TBI Tal SON SONMANILA SUNMANILA UN UNMANIL MANILA MANIL May 0 6The The hemp hOlp firms fnns In the thePhilippines thoPhlpplnel thePhilippines Phlpplnel Philippines are beginning bginning to realize r aUrc the thegravity thegravity i igraity gravity of the complaints complalt made mae by Ameri American America Amencan ¬ of ofthat ofthat I Ithat can ca consumers consumer as 1 to the poor por quality CJunty that article aice which has boon bon shipped shippd to t the theUnitod thoUnlto theUnited United Unlto States Stats In the lost four fou year The TheBureau TheBureau IheBureau Bureau of Insular Affairs Alars complained about aboutthis aboutthl8 aboutthis this matter to the Philippine Phippine Commission Commissionwhich Commh Commissionwhioit < lon lonhlch which hlch recently rently had ha a conference with wth local localbuyers loca localbuyers buyers buyersSubsequent buyer buyersSubsequent Subsequent Subsuent investigation Invetgaton indicated indicate that thatthe thatthe thatthe the cultivation cult aton of the article has ha been ben greatly greatlyneglected greatlyneglecte greatlyneglected neglected neglecte At first frt Its Is preparation preparaton greatly greatlydeteriorated greatlydeteriorated greatlydeteriorated deteriorated during the Insurrection Inurrecton owing owingto to the haste hat to send snd it to tho markets larketB In Inn Ina Ina a period prio of high prices prc Gradually Gradual the thenative thenative I native natve and ad the foreign forIg firms lns came cme to be believe b believa ¬ lieve eve that tba the American Aerc consumers consumef were weredependent weredepndent weredependent dependent depndent on the Philippine Pl Uppln crops and ad must mustaccept mUlt mUltacpt mustaccept quality and therefore therfore en encouraged encouraged ¬ accept acpt poor pr quaity Id couraged hasty haty and ad Inferior preparation preparationThe preparaton preparatonTe The courage Te present awakening naenlng to the danger dager of ofthe oftho ofthe the vanishing alshl of the thl market will w probably probablyresult probablyr probablyresult result r ut In I general genra generalrefonine reforms reforlln in this direction directionTO dircton dirctonTO TO CRUSH ALRAXIAX REVOLT REVOLTTurks REJOITTrkl IEVOLTTurks Turks Trkl Moving 1lo1ns on Ipek IpekAretl IpekArreuta Arrests of Bal Bulgarians Balarlan Dclgariani ¬ garians arlan In Constantinople ConstantinopleSpecial Conltantnople Conltantnoplerptn ConulsntlnopleCpectal Special rptn Cable Deipntchei Dtralt to Tan Tl SUN SonCONSTANTINOPLE SUNCONSTlTJNOPLE SUNCo CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTlTJNOPLE Co NsTANTflOPLE May a eThe The police policeare plc plcare are making domiciliary domiciary visits vlAlt and are aresearching aroAarchlng arewarclmlng Aarchlng searching the BulgaroMacedonian BulgaroMaoonla quar quarters quarter quartens ¬ tens ter of the city cty Fiftytwo Fftytwo Turkish and andten andten andten ten Bulgarian Bulgara subjects lubjetl have been bn arrested arrestedThe arste arrestedThe The authorities auth rtls in Albania Albnia have arrested arrestedtwentytwo arrste arrestedtwentytwo twentytwo chiefs In the eandjak sndJak of Friz Frizrend Prz Przrnr PrIzrend rend rendThe rnr rendThe The Tht troops troofl are advancing on Ipok IpokGIBRALTAR Ip IpolcGrBmutTAR GIBRALTAR GIBRAtTAR May 6 6The The German Germal cruiser cruiserCondor crl cruiserCondor r rCndor Condor Cndor left leC here her today for tho Levant LevantThere lvant lvantThEf LovantThere There ThEf will 1 he b three thr German Germa cruisers crlBr In tho thoMediterranean thoMEdlerranlan timMediterranean Mediterranean MEdlerranlan when hen tho Condor arrives arrivesat at her destination destinationIpek destiaton destiatonlpk destinationIiek Ipek lpk Pedsh Peil is a town of some me Impor Importance Impr ImprtMc importattoo ¬ tattoo tMc In the north Albanian Alps olf near ner the theeastern theelttr theeastern eastern elttr extremity of Montenegro Montenegr and not notfar 10t 10tfar potfar far from thenouthweetfrn theluthwetfrn border of Servia ServiaIt Sra SraI I It is about abut 200 miles mleR northwest northwft of Salonica Salonicaand Slonlc Slonlcand Salonicaand and a a short sbor distance rlstnce from frm the town of Priz Prizrend Prlzrend Prizrend rend rendIXCOME rend1COl1 rendINCOiIE IXCOME 1COl1 TAX T A FOR FRAXCE FRAXCEMlnliter FRI FR1CEMinister CE CEIlllttr Minister Illlttr of Finance Fnance Homier Ha Hal a Novel NovelBUI NovelDIII I BUI BUISpecial Bi Bipulal DIII4pec41 Special Cable Deipatch Dtpalciin to Tax SUN SUNPABIS SUNPants I PARTS May ay 610n 6Vhen When Parliament Parlamenl re reuaomblen r rImblel reassembles assembles Imblel M Rouvier Ruvier Minister 1Inilter of Finance Financewill Flnanc Flnancwl Financewill wl will attempt atempt to secure scur what wht other French FrenchMinisters Frnch FrnchMiulstor FrenchMinisters Miulstor Ministers of Finance Flno have hitherto failed failedto faied faiedto to achieve ahievethat achievethat that Is the imposition Impsiion of an anincome anIncmo anhneomo income Incmo tax taxM I IM M Rouviers RouYers bill bi is remarkable rmarkable for the themanner themanner I ImannoI mannoI manner on which it Is proposed propsd to estimate estmato estimatethe I Ithe Ithe the citizens ciizns liability lably to contribute The Thenx Timetax I lo tax nx will wl not bo b levied on the actual total totalDf totalof totalof of each persons prns income and it will wi not notbe j jbe b be progressive progr8lve as In I Great Britain but the theimount th theamount be levied will according to tohe tothe amount amout to b levIe 1 vary t the he social Icll position psiion of the taxpayer tax Pyor and will willL wi willbe b be L > e based hd on the outward outwor signs of his hisprosperity hi hisprosperity prosprty prosperity 20000 2 000 0 Babies BabiesH Ii a b I e s sHad Had H d their skiD made soft f as a velvet velve and sweet awet as I roses rs this morning morlni by byMtmyonV byMunyon byMunyont MtmyonV MtmyonVWitchHazel Munyon MunyontWitchHazel J WitchHazel Soap SoapAnd And 20000 200 mothers were made happy thereby Remember Remembr Munyons Witch WitchHazel Wich WichHanl WitchHazel Hazel Soap quickly quikly eases eses baby of hives hlvr chafing chafnE and all 1 forms of baby rash rah It Itcures I Icures itcute cures skin disorders In old as a well wel as I a young i It Is so 1 excellent ecelent for the complexion complexionthat complexiontat that tat many women prefer prfer It I even to the French Frnch toilet toiet soap oap that tlt costs cost as high as a i iSfU 1SIIM zsId ttkt U UI sId SIIM 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