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POLICY IN MEXICO Ifgropean nomination In casing by New Acquisi? tions at Tampico. ?ERICANS FORCED TO GIVE UP WELLS refers to British Interests Re ported Necessarj to Obtain Protection. i \? ale ' ? ,???ten? ' sn oil pr.-p- ii.. )T:r- t ? minist! the i ? man? ji osi'J? Amerl? sn ??ri? ? ' sosm of Th-? Tribi ? en of i" ?' ' ' domination In Max? n of European in I : here, ? huh ran ; from ' "I:.- ? ppermosl in i - European Interests, I r. - rlth tho gov? rnmenl - : : ?' ? - latea, i ? ' \\ llson .s f. ? ? : ... - -, ? Mei i leaden Ilk? *a-s ? from i li? nar? jjj the* he ? Lpc rt - owned ? had ,.r rnera for urpoa? ? g protection ? Lord Cowdray Active. The activir bj 1.,'i'd i '? t I 11'. I Tl 1-? I ??? k the i X ?if th< ? : mpan) 'b lnt< ? Mr of this governi - . .? o? ?nit eif the gr< '1er Industry * ? >n. which I ed by oil I ' i| s. Adv: ? f?..ii. Rear Adi ? ? |rs are sing then- . rel t- t'rota 'i impie i hnr.g th? foi it ion t?> the ad : ? ro hero to ?sah ? 111 make :t pos - ?r< tum to their | ? tain r? ? they coi R* ?r Admiral Ma - o . ' Admin l| thai 'A'. U . ? Com? | . I arri\ ? ?1 at ' .'??!? ' | I u. nt 10 ft* I'i\er lie : cf Tampico and that it s ?s 'lie- tug tO nier * or for Mr. Icon's ?1 tilt Mr. I.yon , ?.]. all Amerleana have tnp,-in>'4 welis. | rp?-. So f. ? ?? ST QUAPTtR ?Pf A C^rJTUflYJ^-U^ CHINA- AND GLASS RIGIfA | ?ts/ ?Fj<^ % tSB wedding ? ?0/ ,'-) ovet look Furnishings for the Briiil Summer Home. TI IIS is the season when young folks' fancy turns lightly to thoughts of?marriage ; and thru friends* to thoughts of WEDDING PRESENTS! It ? also the time when the 1 IIGGINS & SETTER STORE dem-'ii-trates one o! its most useful functions?solving the problem, If lint to give. And todav, after successfully performing this rng ?on fa three decades, this Ural Gift Shop is better pre? pared than ever before to solve YOUR problem-whether it be the tele, boa of an appropriate Present for the Bride or tasteful hri,i.::,?, for her Summer Home. By way of suggestion :? T?blt and FantJ GlaSSWari of the best ?American and foreign malee, ,, the most artistic new dcsigns-lOU 'Vn-stocl. pattern- u T?ble Glassware alone, ranging from a 60-piece ?Vt rfeuelienl . Wr.can Optic Crystal at $1 1.30, to a superb English Rock ( iv-tal Service with decorations and monogram m heavy Pa??,-?,,! ! ti $<63. The selection of Fancy, Nlver-mounteJ ?nd Cut Glass is equally rich in gift-suggestion. ImtOrted China from the foremost Eng'ish and Continental Potterie.-almost a thousand different pattnm in Dinner Services. aparate RgieB, Cups and Saucers. Dinner 4Sets of I?? pieces ** $17.25 to $352.75. The <,". $JO, $IK & $20 Gift Tables contain a wealth h\ beautiful article*?, from all over the world. MlGGINS&SEITEff vUigcst Retail Chitid and Glass Store in theWorldV} 9tV.ll EAST 37* ST. NEW YORK *^o???i?ih^*enmo.l-mOry<?>* WustysK'Cp. >, CLII-TON HOTEL, NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., WHERE MEDIATORS WILL MEET < >N MAY 18 QUEEN VICTORIA PARK, VCROSS TM! DRIVEWAY FROM THE CLIFTON HOTEL Mr. Ly.on knows no Americans ha*? ? irn t" their propel I j. L?ases To Be Forfeited. Mi i. i- '.\ ? m to vera i 'rus for th ? ? iii.? arrangemen ? ? ? ? ompai > * " ... pint?n 1 man* owners woul l '?? unable t,? mal? their and tha if gresl value s oifld t I? < f,c f? ,1 urc Mi i " abo rep? rted t" Admira ? .??old Walker, of 'hi lltiasi,-;. company, which la owned b? the Dohenj interests, was t irned bad ? - when he t rJ< t to k?> tr ano. Resp? ?iquil - fi-, ni the f the Mai ! Vdmlral ; ? ? ??? h< ard of i wells in the T mp id rrtrl? t bel | on nd that If sue v, ould have heard about it. 'admira i Via o has i epoi led lo \d mlral Bndger thai while the rebel are Btill Burroundlng Tampico he ha re r'iv'i.nn Information of anj fighting, ? ? .-,-?- ,|-..-. Ilttl? ???-,' :i? !;. p..: i res hed ??onstll utlonalisl here to-day thai General Pablo ?es had arrived a! Tampl? o with artillo ? '? Infor? ? ? m M tero]. Exchanges Close to Honor Dead I o? ernora of the - ? ??? I ' ? hange i | -, \ ,,t.-..i to ,a, .. . , - ? i from io to 11 o'clock In hon r ?,f the United Btatea Bailors and a .? ho dl? d ai Ve? i Cm ? . ur. as well i I ? g. will ii"i open for bui ? m, later than usual ARMY HAS LITTLE TO FEAR FROM DISEASE AT VERA CRUZ Great Stride* foi I lealtli Made Since Cuban Campaign and City h Almost a ?Model ot Cleanliness and ?Sanitation. it? \rtuu K ni ni ' Anv ri? sn arm excel.? nt, sod there reason to BXped that it will Bt bo Only three fourth? of i per cent n on the slrk list, .-ii'l these "? all trlvl - \ tremendous lot al ?? i i tlon of health !.. beei since the ? impsii , -..- ,i?, t? - . ii condition fight I nj d ? ? - ttn; ?, al ? an?) taking care of l ? men than e tors m the world. T) .ii mj and the doctors ha? c hn.i ? ? ? '" thai m ' 'ill,11. in I'nr i: ??, Panama, ?China and the- Philippine In preparation f"t com.:? heie nee? ? , -ires we re taken, mid ei arrival at Vera ?'ru/, further means wet pul Into sffi --t '? mona i "hi Before the Cuban campalg tin'-e M.re two thousand caaea of typhol ? Jacks?m? ill?- an four hundred dent)..- Many 80 rail?-.I ma ? '? . mu?; ?'ill a, 'lev? I 0pe.| Into ?'.'. ,nid. ? ? with tii?. exp?rience i now at Ver Crus were- |n e.?nir. 'Dare was tvphol in the ?tt\-, y? i there ?;i.i nothing of n inf. ? tio i- ,1 cam The ni.ii, ttvre for?. nrrh ? 'i hei i i perf? t condition City Model for Cleanliness. ? ? i C i used to he an in?' ? Bantos and ? Jua? squlL 'i'? t as, under Dr U followlns American methods cleaned iir> th?- ?-it-.- ad pul mod? i It ii- now almost - model ?it?, considering ? -. !,i location ii ? ' 'l bail of M? xa o it ha ? "i wat? r and a fine- B) Btetn of a? ? i -s. ??? e i -, p| M ,'iti"n la r I R| taken bj the American torees. Ml build - 'I a. '?? rra? I?I W? re fitst thor oughl) disinfected. The fioora and wood work ??? ? i and all old refuse was ? i No r'< fuse -s allow ed to ? ?? late, i" mi,' burned dail) The anny la bo operati**** with tl n sanitary ?Mil k ? hundred ami f ?rtj men were work? ing lo-day Ir. the ? Id Cuartel, ??here there had been boom smallpox and mfnine,itl*<. They .? -..- witii a small tir.? an? log a Strong solution of cresoline Chief Burgeon F. M* Hsrtsock in In ?harne of the division e?f ?imitation, and Dr. Qultarras t? In charge of the dty Itself and ??ill remain here il tiie army to k'ep the ' ' ' h? . thtlll. Killing of Mosquitoes. Precautions agaii iltoea are nine? ?,;.. n i' ?' t- ;- ti oleres, os pe? troleum ? ? ara now working in ? all pl.u aa like;?- to serve as i,,,-. ding pis ? mora bii log? nl precautions will he taken as th? rainy .bout four ami a half illa her? in May a ? ? ? m June. 'I isre hsa been i .m doe n b) rofngeofl All have be ? ttl 'i .i^.nrist mirilli '.?.- .ir,?I t?. phol Tiier-e- la n?> yellow fever ? Vera Cm bul tire; ia aeme In i"" I - iurlber aou an?J all Bhlpa from tbea? |"?::s air sos antlned and dlainf? Th" field hosplta aqulppB Vu opi i the da) aft? r the army and tt lull Beld hoi pltal in additl .- sch ret ;? of - - ? .--;. ho ;? tal outil There? ,.v iMonal ?i- Id lal.toi for ba< t- : ii logii a i exatninationa Trained nun eo are o r and edii al Bupply depol ha?; m tabllahed here, Climate and the Berten ? -"i?- cf ?rater and fo??i ?rill prut I :; ??i?. faVOt Shi? SB UtB man-li ? ?m ? I 'rile? tl?,e highlai in ??hoit. all thlnga onsldered, l no like|Hn?,el. irr de '-i a general .id ? thai ti ? re a111 I i an) rep? i be C iban i A side of .Mexican life ver- diff?rer? fron the brutallt] and barbai which ?? ? i have heard ??? mud waa revealed to ly, Iflllei ?vie baa chars? of lh< work "i Bettln? . i i,?? pate?, or rani, of ; ? on i men In times e>f peace r Itui.hrr Kiris attend Ihta Bchool, which is one o d ex. Mont Bchoola In ??n Cl its H is built in the usual Mexican style ? , ?und a central court 111 i d ?ritt ti.. .i Sowera The ? havt dooi i.c las thlfl - "'in and eindowi . the atreet, and IXB eirj sad eool In the tuai? st w? ir I 'l'b? teachers mootlj women with the Re-i.H?- - prett] mann ?st al Mexican aomen, aal u wtda law r i"'iir- ?'. s tul? Major M i< . . h an Interpreter, told then <>i the of tlie Ar i ..- aoon ia po Bible and ?Tilling 1" serve- In sa> pp. Most of the ? i ?-I'll-.i politely, I thai while they would teach their pU] i prit ??i?-ly, tiiey ?lid nut r under Ahm ?ri,.- i. of tin immer vacation was r?.?s.m enough. They will i?-.?- >., how? ever, to *rtatl four sch"" - seati Monday. mn}OT M.ller's lnt-i atuitir.v' attitude, ?M gentle manners of the tea.-h.-is and the ??hole -?cene, -"-lut its euniti Barden and air of quiet and seclusion, maile a, ptrangO interlude to the martial ire out? side. Xhfj i Bed wheii the print ?pa., an irlderly lad>. who ha-s taught k?'1i??.1 for forty year?,. tOSh the American ortleer alone lal I th< patio a:-?I "'to each school? room end abowed bin thi vIMtora' book?, with Um namea oi (?Ignora, some or them Am?-c-i*-. who had rhgted tlie s.-hooi and left plsaaant commenti , Mvi -i laying that I par.-i la-.orab:;.- with anything of the kind r. . bad BOOH In America or E?;:??? PEACE MEN REJOICE OVER MEDIATION Carnegie and Others Issue a Statement Commending the ABC Offer. in announcing ye.-t?--rd.iy that Will'am .lenn'i.cs Bryan ttUt rJaUvar at the Rroad w .? Tai,., -ii-i'-h ?Tiurh at ?> o'clock on ng, May ' ,!?i :t- a i?i li ?, die ?w V.?rk ment In whic lion of Um Booth us w Iti .n reach of '-the dcsue.i goal*1 et penes with Mexico. Among tne signers ? r Shi* ?tatement are Andre** Carnegie, Dr-'byraan Abbott, William Jay Srhieff?-lm. baae S, Pellg man. Hamilton Holt. R "-?ait?n Cutting, John II linhy. K I?- U ????uhl. William Church ?isborn. ?; . star Peabody, An,Ir-w D n late. HOraoB White. I'an.e, enheim and Rabbi btephaa .- Wies The statement expraaaad the pi I ? ? atioii the BOdsty felt at De- B?SI of the A B C republics to med?ala and the acceptance ot their offer. It con? tinues : "TYe f' e! OOttfldenl that we represent th? overwhelmISBJ sentiment of the Ame-,ran people in expressing the hope that no obstad? ti,.?? be Interposed thai will pre . ? ? air.- nt of lasting peace. BO war Wit] Ml ill o : - f.-i ali - lean rej within striking distance .? flhe goal. W? look up'h their co-operation within strikniK distance of the de.irt of the American continents." FUNERAL SHIP DUE HERE TO-DAY The Montana. Bearing Vera Cruz Dead, Will Anchor Off the Battery. CITY TO-MORROW WILL HONOR HEROES Impressive Services Planned? Guests of Distinction to Witness Spectacle. Th? cruiser Montana, bearing the bodlea of th?- seventeen Ballon and mar tea !;ll!e?l al Vers CrUB, ?vill pr:i\e to-day. ? -: i . ?he Dreadnought Wyoming Bt :-? '.-H Daniela In the -.oht May end will coma l ? ? ar i.? ?iff the battery. ? er? eral ship will await the transfer of the caskets em Monday tnorn ng fOr th? agli ntaig of the most Impree ? * moral proceaslon and memorial bbs trices ever witnessed outs.'le <?;' v.ar times. All preparatlOM for a great national ,,i wen omp', te-i ? so? si d approved by Bseretary i?an I.1-? i? wlrelem on the KeyBowar. The i'i '?si'i. lit. seven Senators and a committee from th? Rouse of Repr?sent? ai to join the I* eOltegi ?- ;t starts from Pit A, ii.?it.,', or Moiahr rtiorniti-,- at S o'clock, with bandi playing dirges, bat? tul ..n? ,,? tailors w;th arms revsrsad and o?h er? surrtMindtns the ?ev ? aped, Sewei heaped 'aissons ? ? ?' , i -i,i Wyoming left the -..? .'.i estsrda and proceeded to ? Lightship, where the hin np-hter nici.t ^v,,i lint: ?h- Montana ami Mayflower, weeding up th?' i The . ty*s pari m Hi" funeral, I ? rou .1 lat.-h. ,'?, m the pliicing of a hug* ? marked "The , ? fr ite" on : i ? | ket by Ma r Mil th.? sitiKinn ?if "Near, m God, to 1 ea" : ? ool rawn up before ?it? Hall. The Japanern Emperor yesterday ap ?? i ':? plain Takeschl, .'ananese r* ta,?h* of tlie embassy at Washington, to rep ? MOI him at the funeral. A detail "t t,,u- ofP'-ers ,1 n'l eig-hty men from the 7th Regiment, inder ? olonel Dsnlel Appleton, wai appointed by Mayo.* Mttchel to act a- guides *o thf duti - d guest at City Hall, it la prob? able thai -? ? rrpimc'i'.s e.f the yB. tlonal ?i ?arel Will tie Iircl Up a'orig the route ?'i th? pro ession from the Battery to the navj >ar?i. The bod: "f Bamuel Memtnger, th? "n* ? i.- at-,? youth aim - ? - ? m? a ??n tlie Prairie to meel death it Vera Crus, trill !'?? inn h-- hi* father. Morris Meisincr. and a deputation from th? '"'lei- of the Independent Western Btar, headed by it* grand secretary, I. Shapiro. Mr. Shapiro ??a appointed by Mayor Carter Ha i of ?Chicago to represen! that ? it? on Mel .-,-i behalf in the ceremonlsa to be hi Id in thla city. o CROWD CHEERS CARRANZA Big Reception to Rebel Chief on His Arrival at Torre?n. ? on. Mexico, '?! Geni ral i u i ,.r tl ?- ' mall ts, ? h given enthusiast!? recepUons by i ? ? ops and b , ? ?? ???? he ha? appeared since his srrivsl to catch a glimpse of the lead? er the populace gathered yesterday, and ?? eral Carransa stepped om ou a balcony the- crowd tossed sombi waved vi' as ? ths rebel government and Its f General Carransa'a speech ??as Inter? ? ' ' i.eers and applause Later :'"ral re\i,--??e.) such troopi an had ?i s.-nt to the fionl to i 'in the at? t a? b on BalUUo and Ban I ill Potos? HUERTA AND BRYAN SPLIT ON ARMISTICE Dictator Not "Jkely to Accept Contention That Status Quo Has Been Maintained. T -, Tl? t\ : ,-? B .-ea i | Waahlngton, May 8. According to st itements made by the Secretary of ?state to-day, the snswei ?>f the govern ? ' te. Huertas complaint to th?) A H C mediators tv,at the United states ha?l ?iolated the armistice was Simply that the United States had taken no "aggreo site action" and that the nitlltary statu? e-no had been maintained, it is hv no ? certain that 'he snSWer will be , tor? to Huerta, and the? situation may lead to rompllcations when Secretar) Bryai ted ??.hit the "military status quo" was he re ferred ln?iuirers to the tment 'i he 1er rotan of War, howevei said thai h>- was not going to Interprel it. as it wa a matter for the Btata Depai Huerta nuik?? the- landing of P*UI_tton'S brigade a baaia of complaint, aa the '.an?i ing took place just as the armistice waa up.n The American contention i- thai ths landing of Punaton'a florea wsa not aggre?.-lve. as no effort ?as made to advance, tl al u '??i not i banga the .status quo because Pul Itm - met? only relie?,-,! the naval fores ashOCS am! merely oper? ated to retain the rn.ltita:? position al? , . . ? , i .? aa no Ii generally Breaking 01 the American force i- v.?ra ?'m/.. Furthermore, Punston ba-i tod for the front before an armistl* had been propoSSd There la no doubt here, despite official reticence, that F'unston has been rear? ranging his for?es around Ver,? Ou/., h ,t if I? said b) SecretBT1 '?.irrison that ne lias had no ord? i - to extend his lir-. ia,s h.- ask.-, penniasion to go aa Mo - for him not to do so. although, according to Mr- 'larrison. thla might he Inferential]] consider??d tne , ase. When Ml Oarrfaas m- ask-d :f Fan ston had Btrengthi i torcas at th.? waterworks "Uts;?le \"?ra ?'ruz. where?; there is a point of contact w.th the Mex- i '.?-an aim) Mr. GarriaOB sa?d that Gen-' era! l-'unston repcit?,l that he h??d "But." sxld Mr Garrison. "there is % big differenc.? between making a ine t honing one " ? ?? American Arms for Ulster. ? . tortues ; -.'.?? ' war Lord Chariemont, fron Hai ttmore, April II Tue ? Milenta of the , asea m e SoSBSibad IB the invoice as fowling places matjafactured in the Unite?1 States. They were conjtigned to an _nglish farm j at Wolverhamptoi) for delivery st Dublin. ( . . You Going to PARIS? ajuti INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE Announces the arrival of the latest Paris Importations CeKay CREPE FROCKS FOR SUMMER WEAR Peau de Faille AFTERNOON DRESSES IN RICH TONES Satin d'Amour EVENING GOWNS ELEGANT CREATIONS Gabardine TAILORED SUITS EXCLUSIVE MODELS (Capes) PELERINES CHARMEUSE and CLOTH Refined DRESS HATS DISTINCTIVE MODELS ? Practical STEAMER HATS NEWEST EFFECTS Dressy MOTOR HATS ADVANCE STYLES GETTING READY TO SEND 50,000 TROOPS Preparing Immense Sup plies Also at (ialveslon for Vera Cruz. '. Iveeton, M,?: I The conversion of chartered ?-trr, msrnps IntO Stmy I :?nd BUPPly ? : Bl the ;irmv nier hc;e? an?i tir? quartermaster*! department M under or.lers to be prepared to move troop? m I> titles of supplies to Vers I , .? - ? ? troopa n. ?? bo sent to Me ? time. Army ofTl? er? aspect to make a time re ??.,-,) :n converting the freis ? Colorado into a flo.'itini stehle i ?o Mi (leo. The ' Colorado ? 1 U | ? '_ -, md I i T 7 -! T ? ? ndnutefl whs swung slonsside the arm) pier. The 1 i line tO ?be pr?r had hardlv been made fast ? ? ? rlnl of tile ? olnrado |1 ? ? -?iosi?i Fite painutei tsb i I ers awsrnwd oier the ???. and atarted to bttJld atalla for th? horaoa All nisiit the work went on. To-day fo'in.i the i-hip ?til! n the bands ' ' carpenters, with the work fsst soaring completion. Tin- newl? chartsred Denver wai unloading freight to-day, but win he in the lovernment'a hai Tire las atareos, with her tei passen? gars still on board ind iuai ?s,,? brought up Irom the quaranl i ?'? during th? night Her ten ?? ill he r. moved, and lead ?tamis will e Ina! ' <44v,ri -. ;0 a trnop -.hip. c.tpabie of carry? Ing mor? than .? thousand men. Three ar-ir -.-dii.tl officer.? ar-d BSV? er-el officers from tha sooond division I ft here thi.? Mali for I BBS ' r'i.7 on board - the BUP(ly ?".?i i 1er Sarilla, sr? Colonel Henry I ecently assigned to 1 ?' New I'ork: Major RoVerf K No ?I?, until ? i loned si A?osa. P - Lystei . lerters e**> ?en hi tke " or Harrj i". wiiktn?. Msjsi ,1-iTies h col.? ai,l e'aptaina Joseph C Brsdy, Hugh A. Drum and Arthur \V '"-his BCi BS? ? only a few ll division heaiiquarters. - to day statte t*?at th? Ulantls, which recently ?alleet "With oil men retumln?; *?-? t, wa?, "SM MM ?I at TsmpieS and pro ps?ai to Vera i EAGLE PASS PULLS DOWN HUERTA FLAG ?1 ?-. -.(??raph t? Trie Trlhiir?. 1 Cagta PSSB . Te*. . May I Huerta'? flat; no down in I.".**'? Pass Sit United pidiere, led bj an ert;t?)r. '.owe'ed it. The identity of triai soldiers ha? not I The?, wera r-onp?-? on horiler duty who CSBM to town and SMI .), ii. i'-- ? ?"'? "i ' Th* BagM ra.?3 Oulde." a native Texan. UM from across the border and ?-vriipithi/.Tu in r.aKle Fass had been caustic in their comments about Amen cans and bad B*MStsd what Huerta would do when his troop? captured all of TSXSB Boebmer ?a?, constttutsd "eaptaks** of '? I and all marched to Huerta'? consulate. The Mexican dJeftS Is If HernaJidez, was oi ll down his fia?, and though a Banned and th? T??, e?iit?ir carried no visible firearm? the coi Ors we.-.- lowered. Announcement When Store Re-opens and Date of Reorganization Sale Will Be Made as Soon as Possible. "Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before" Of Abraham Lincoln it is said that on?*?*. witnessing the? sale of a woman slave determined it opportunity ever pre sented to give slavery its death blow?AND HE DID. Oscar and Charles Michael years ago expressed themselves that if they had the power long night hours for store workers would be I thing of the past, believing that the welfare of their workers was most paramount. We are glad this thought has ripened into fruition. STORE HOURS OF Oscar Michael & Co. Formerly W. V. Snyder Co., 697 to 705 Broad St., 1 to 17 Cedar St., NEWARK, N.J. from the day store reopens with its reorganization sale (to be announced as soon as stocks are properly arranged and new assortments added), CLOSE I.very Saturday in the year b P. M. Lvery week-day otherwise '). 30 P. If. The usual all day holidays will be maintained. OPEN Lvery day in the year 9 A. M. Saturday Summer Half-Holidays 9 to 12 noon.