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SAY GERMANS III
EAST AFRICA ARE
i Speaker in Reichstag Claims
i Ollicers Spend Half of
Their Pay for
WHITES SET PACE
FOR THE NATIONS
MAY BE SKELETON
IN ROYAL CLOSET
, Government Plans to Adopt
i Against Sale of
i RERUN. June 1:-Tlie discussion
, in th reichstag of the colonial bud
j at brought out interesting remark'
. a"bnut excessive drinking in the col
i enies, a"? well as altout household slav
j ery in German East ATrica.
i From the speeches of several mem
hew it appears that the German otft
I rial and tho few Herman in the
i colonies are very heavy drinkers
i Half of Pay in Drink
i Dr. Paasehe. first vice president of
, the reichstag, who has himself trav
j eled in tho colonies, said.
"Our high officials are still compell
ed, as it were, to invest a largo pari
of their Income In alcohol. Iioth in
i southwest and east Africa. A high
I er offlctti must, drink nn np.irli' SUflft
I and the medium and lower class of '
, ficials correspondingly. They must
put the half of their Incomes "nto,
i alcohol." I
Herr Davidsohn. a socialist member, I
claimed that drinking went to far
greater excesses with the whites than
with tho natives, so that it was com
mon among the negroes to say of one
of their number when found dead
drunk that ho "is as drunk as a while
Says Whites Set Pace
j Herr Xoskc.' a6tber socialist, said
southwest Africa was tho most drunk
i en of all the colonies, that tho Ger
j mans there availed themselves of ov
I ry occasion to hold great drinking
i lKiiits. A member of one of the mall
anti-Semitic parties finally offered a
resolution asking the government to
i restrict as far as possible the import
i at Ion of alcohol luto the colonies for
i the use of 'the natives, but I'pon 1110
I tion of the socialists the reference to
I tho natives was dropped and the reso
lution adopted in the most general
j Another resolution was adopted
, asking tho government to use lis in
fluence to have the Brussels con
1 gress called together again t. adnp
I more restrictive measures asainsi tin
sale of alcohol in. Africa.
Members also favored fixing a dnte
for the final abolition of household
t slavery among the native population
of Iast Africa. Dr. Solf, the new
colonial secretary, however, express-
( ed a doubt as to whether It would be
keaslble. to fK upon a. specific period
for iLs abolition. The government, be
said, was doing all in its power to re
strict tho evil, but it needed further
time before it could say whether it
would bo practicable to fix a dale as
asked. He declaredi too, that slav
in Africa was not really so had as
Hermans at home imagined.
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Horrified at the Epithets
Exchanged in the
LONDON, June 1. In ipioting a
IjasHage from emu of "Air. Dooley's"
articles In the New York Times, the
Spectator sajs the amenities of th
American presidential campaign fire.
etfectlvely s.Ulrizt-d liy this humorist,
"The disadvantages of this new
style in Am-ncan politics could not
be more shrewdly summed up.
"Presidential candidates, whether
they win or lose, are bound to suffer
In the long mn from descending to
the cockpit of personal altercation "
RrltisU )o'ltIcs are not without as
perities, t hoi, git some papers here
profess to be horrified by the epi
thets exchanged In the American
l.ord Robert Cecil, In a recent
speech, suggested that Mr. Uoyd
General Iluhert Lyanlcy, a
.Man of Wide Experi- ,
ience to Organize
TO MAKE MOORS
PART OF ARMY
Sultan Moulav llafid
Re Retained as
X o m j n a 1
PARIS, .June l Morocco Is re
garded as Prance's 'most difficult col
onial prohlem. That is saying much,
for Krancr's experience Is erhaps
only second to that of Hreat Britain.
The recent savage massacre of
French military ofiieials at Fez at the
very moment when France was estab
lishing a protectorate was a powerful
indication to the French of the dlffl-
George was n criminal and should bnj cultles to be met and conquered he
put in prison l.loyd-!eorge, he de- fore the wild Moorish tribesmen, to
dared, nad been Inciting the poor
against the rich, and men like Tom
Mann wt-re sent to prison for sajing
things less harmless than the wild)
speeches of the chancellor of the ex-,
A radical paper recalls the fact
that the chancellor recently alluded
(to the rubbery of tho church at tho
lime 01 l lie uissoiuiion i uie imm.ii
teries under Henry VIII., and in
stanced the Cecil family as among
thost who profited.
GREAT SHADE TREES
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Address H. E. Fletcher,
French Capito! Has Pre
pared Flaborate Decora
tions and Fntertainment
Klnc and Queen of Belgium
RRUSSEI S, June 1. Is the reign of
the new king or the Itelgians Kins
Albert to bristle with the scrupej
and scandals as did the reign of tho
present monarch's uncle. Iopold?
During the forty years' reign of Leo
pold there nev
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wero not vhlspcred In the rawlng-j T,J0 coming of th(. Dlltch ,meen ha'.;
tOUI IIS Ul r-UlUi'xJ. IIU l.UU.ij - I wn,I Avtrnnr. ntV nlnrt nmillV
and his nephew Albert ascended the. ' parisians whlcu ,8 scarceiy to b
imAiin impt iiio i'nr iki Ati rppi ri- ' ' . .. . . m
I wondered at lu Mew or tne ract mat
Wilhelmina Kill be the first queen in
PARIS. June 1: Queen Wilhcl
mina of the Netherlands, accompanied
by the Prince Consort, arrived in Pa
ris today for a three days official I
sit. Elaborate preparations have
never was a time l.i,bcn colnpleUM for (lle roco,)tion anii
io old kings escapades en.rtalnmeia ot le roya, visitors.
throne. Albert has ever bien regard
ed as a man of high moral character.
Now mystifying reiorts- concern
ing a murder at court in which tho
king and queen were inoIved, are
gaining wldo publicity. The. affair
has created a sensation and public
opinion fs thoroughly wrought un
The story has been denounced offi
cially as untrue.
her own right to be received in Paris
since Queen Victoria's last official
visit here nearly half a century ago.
The city donned gala attlro in an
ticipation of the Queen's arrival. The
Place de l'Opeya and the boulevards
have been lined by huge columns
I bearing the arms of tho Netherlands
According to trie story, at a recent- . , .... f , , ,iHViani.
garden party at 1-acken the queen) the Fcneme of decoration the municl
surprlsed the king in the company ; t authorUles roucluded that, whilo
of a lady of the chamber and shot mer(j fa an(, blintlus mIght ue good
th R'ninan with a reolver. ... a. .t - ,.-.. ,iii,rtt
M The kings private secretary haj, trnl. snou,(, ,JP paid to a queen.
' r 5 eiven out n statement In which ho , .... .. .. ., ,...i ,.,, ti,n
says: .. . street decorations should consist as
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QUEEN NOT AFRAID
The Southern Pacific
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Arizona . Sanora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Marie Lloyd to Appear in
Vaudeville at Her Ex
LONDON, June L July I has been
fixed by royal command for the per
formance by audevllle artists at the
I Palace theatre, which was to take
placo as one of the coronation lestiv
! itles and was countermanded owing tc
the fire in Edinburgh Music hall.
In this connection a curious storj
t is going the rounds. The lists of art.
1 Ists was submitted to tue Kins anc
. Queen for anvroval. The Queen no-
fjiccd that the name of iMarie Lloyd
was absent, and asweu wny.
Forward ;our shipments
He Pays All Expense
and collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination.
Service prmpt and efficient
The Line has just been opened to
Let us tell you comethlng of the
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LAWTON, G. F. . P. A.
"Of course the stories are quite
unfounded. Although, because of my
position. I cannot be considered an
altogether impartial witness, I can
emphatically declare that the happi
ness of the royal family never has
been disturbed and that the king
and queen are a most united couple."
King Albert Is thirty-seven years
o!d and in the two and a half years
he has been on the throne he has
been devoted to his kingdom and his
family. He married Elizabeth, a
Bavarian duchess, eleven years ago,
and she has been conspicuous for
cl'aritable work and the Belgians idol
ize her. There are three children.
Crown prince Leorold, Duke of Rra
bant. who Is In his eleventh year.
Prince Charles, Count of Flanders,
nine, and Princess Marie Jo-ie, n-it
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT
SOFIA. Bulgaria June 1: Follow
ing months of pretiaration the Bui
It was garian international exposition oyien
diplomatically suggested that her Ma-led here today, to continue through
i lestv's taste might be offended by
1 certain characteristics of this popular
-Nonsense," said her Majesty, and
JMario Lloyd's name was Inserted on
Another story is that Harry lend
er's name was among those orglnally
selected. Later it was erased te
f cause the canny Scotsman asked that
i his traveling expenses from Aberdeen.
where he was to appear juiy 1. De de
frayed. The selection committee con
sidered that the honor of appearing
at a command performance ought to
bo adequate remuneration.
GENERAL ELECTION IN BELGIUM
the suu:rier. The exhibition is ghen
much as possible of flowers, as beinj
more suitable to a woman sovereign.
Especially in the Aenue du Bols do
Boulogne and tho Champs Elysec.
through which the royal visitors wcrt.
escorted on their arrival In the
city, the street corations are strik
ingly beautiful, with red. white and
blue flowers symbolizing the colors of
The royal couple are quartered
In the D'Orsay Palace. The enter
whom war is a diversion, can be rnadu
over into peaceful and successful
children of France.
Good Man In Charge
At once was seen the need of ap
pointing an eterienced and capa
ble hand to take the helm of the tre
mendous "work of protectorate organ
ization. Tills man, France believes, has
been found in General Hubert Lvaut-
ey. wuo has achieved a reputation as
a skillful, untiring ol fleer and an ad
roit organizer and leader of men. Gen
eral Lyautey was born at Nancy iu
He iiassed rapidly through the var
ious grades of military education and
became a captain iu 18S2.
I.ater hi went tf Indo-Uhina.-as
chief of bureau, of the resident gen
eral and there he met tho famous
General Gallleni, who later took him
to Madagascar. General Lyautey did
some fine work in pacifying and or
ganizing the districts iu th. south t;
I-ater service in Tunis and Algeria
was followed by the appointment a
commander of the tenth army corp.i
of France. He has written much,
both on tlie colonial service of tho
army and upon tlio social development
of tho military officer.
A recent study of the latter ques
tion created great interest in mil
itary and lay circles. Emperor Wil
liam of Germany waj so struck by
tb tone of the article that he wrote
to the author to congratulate him
and at the same time to take Issuo
with him on several points.
Once the picturesque Arabs be
come devoted to France, It Is believ
ed that KrafTce will find in them a
superb addition ' to its colonial army.
Moulay Halld. the sultan, thinks this
is true, but he warns France that tint
process of courtship must be slow
Wants Religion Let Alone
Altove all. the LMusselmans In Mo
rocco must be left ilnhindercd and un
inlluenced in their religious beliefs
and practices. Anyiencroachment by
missionaries or others will, he thinks,
be disastrous to French interests.
The attitude of Moulay Hand him
self is a puzzle. He declares him
self very anxious to abdicato saying
that he wishes to travel and to' give
up all authority which he says,, be
does not possess, since tiie French
have taken it all from him: hut tho
French insist on the sultan remain-
I 3ng in nominal power.
They realize that the Moors with
tainment program includes a gala per- j out n ruler would be sheep without a
formance at the opera, visits to St j shepherd. General Lyautey, who, be-
Cyr and Versailles, a state uanquei
and a floral festival In the Bols de
Boulogne. The oung queen has
especially insisted on a military re
view and battle maneuvers, and theso
will take place at Catory camp near
Versailles, where a sort of connlnp
tower has been specially built,
whence her majesty will be able to
follow all operations.
BRITISH CAPITALISTS TC TOUR
LONDON. June 1: Three-score at
j eminent representatives of British
comes governor, or more 'properly,
resident general of Morocco, is ahovo
all a tactful man. He is certain to
do all things to keep the sultan's
good will and not to offen.l the Moors
by thrusting upon them the customs
TO TRY MAN-POWER FLIGHTS
has been widely advertised and It U
expected to attract a large number
of visitors to Sofia during the summci
BRUSSELS. June 1: Tho cam-
paign preceding tho general election
1 for :ho Chamber- of Deputies, which
takes nlace tomorrow, closed today
I with last appeals by the candidates
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unuer me u;r-cuuu. ui me .mutate! i - .i.i p,.
ot Commerce and Agriculture, and env " iSil KrtJ
braces all products or industry, com-i -- " " , vl . , .
mercd agriculture, arts, instruction. 5s the noA notable ot I M nd that
hygiene and sports. The exhibition ever left Lngland for a J the
commerce and the trades bodies ol
many of the principal cities of tho
provinces are represented. Other
members of the delegation include the
chairmen or managing directors of
many of the leading industrial con
cerns of Great Britain.
The party will arrive on June C at
Quebec, and fro rathat point will be
cin their tour of the Dominion. The
delegation will travel from coast to
coast, seeintr all that there Is to bo
seen and observing all along the
route what opeaings there are for
the devclopment.of Briusn traae ana
the location of British industries In
thro'ngb the newspapers. A flood of
leaflets has also been sent througl.
the posL The interest In the elec
tions, judging from the attendance at
the final meetings and the space de
voted to the campaign by the news
papers Is unusually keen. The com
hinatlon of the Liberals and the So
cialists against the Clericals has help
ed to make the fight a very bitter one.
The chief demand of the Liberals and
Socialists is for unrestricted goneral
suffrage and obligatory education.
PAR3. June lr An Interesting
competition will be held In Pari,; to
morrow, with the object of demon
strating whether a man can fly by
his own efforts without the aid of :;
motor. It is suggested that a pro
peller may be driven by pedalling, as
in n cycle, or tha some form of t;'
cie may be fitted with plin .
prie of $2,000 will be awarded to
the lirst person wM fl'es 33 f '6t wltu
his own power. A further prU or
t.MOOO is offered fir a ma':-powir
fllr'.r Ift.ni Pari 'o ersail.e. a dl
tance ol seven . .rs.
WEDDED IN LONDON
LONDON. Junno 1: Many promin
ent members or the American colony
In London attended the wedding vr
day of Miss Borrowdale Chlpman.
daughter of Clarence Chlpman, a
former High Commissioner ot Hud
son Bay company, and Roswell M.
Colt, son of Mrs. S". Pomeroy Colt ol
Providence, R. I. The marriage cere
mony was performed In St. Paul's
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