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II I Recent Rcnt opinions of the Supremo Suprmo Court Courtof Courto Courtof
of the United States nhow Ihow two opposite oppositeand o oppositeI posite positeand
I o and conflicting cnficting lines lneR of tendency with withregard withregard withI
I regard to the aftsertion Asertion ertion or nonnssertloii nonnssertloiiof non nonnsertionofthe rton rtoni
i of onhe the Judiciarys JudlcarYA supervisory Alprvisol relation rlaton to totho tothe toI
I the Legislative Lgislat L e Department Deparment of the Gov Government Government GowI ¬
I ernment ernmentThis ernment erflrnentThis
1 This is i stated hero as a fact for obser observation observaton obsorvation ¬
vation vaton not criticism criticismIn oritlciml oritlcimli
i In the decisions decslont of the Court on ques questidns quesi questidno
i 1 tidns tdn concerning cncring tho extent to which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the interstate intrtate commerce cOlmorr clause caus warrants warrantsFederal warrantsFedera warrantsFederal
Federal Federa invasion of a field feld that otherwise otherwisebelongs otherwis
1 belongs blong to the States the tendency has hasbeen hasbeen
t 1 been ben and ad is i b to throw back upon Congress Congressthe Congresst
the ultimate utmate responsibility responsibilityPolitical responsibiity responsibiityPoltc responsibilityPolitical
t Political Poltc questions questons questions questons of ex expediency expdiencyad expediency ¬
pediency pdiencyad and policy plcy which the Legislat Legislature Lglslnt Lglslntur ¬
is the formula formulain
ure ur alone must mustdeterrnine1 determine formula
in these thes opinions opinionsIn I
> In the Courts Courts two recent rrnt decisions docsioM In Innegro i inI I II
I I negro ne ro suffrage sulrage cases calS that from Alabama Alabamadecided AlabamaI
I 1 t decided last week wek and that from Ken Kentucky Kenj KenI ¬
I I j tucky decided on Monday lost Ilt the thE gen general genI genoral
oral erl direction directon is the other way wayBoth wa wai wayBoth
I i Both of these theR cases cass concerned cncred a 1 Con Constitutional Constutonal Constitutional ¬
stitutional stutonal provision much more definite definiteand defnite defniteand definiteand
and much less elastic elunic or doubtful doubtul in its itslimitations is isI itsI
I I limitations lmiaton than the interstate intertatc commerce commerceclause commerc commerceclause
t > clause claus namely the Fifteenth Fitenth Amend Amendment Amendf Amendment
f ment giving the the negro citizen citzn the same samerights samerght sameiights
rights rght at the polls pUA as the white whte citizen citizenenjoys cti7n cti7nF citizenenjoys
F enjoys Both decisions decAions beyond bond their im imf imme irnmediate
f mediate me iate technical import imprt manifest a dis disf di dipsiton disposition
f position psiton on the part of the Court to go gobehind got
1 t behind bhind the law or at least leat to procure procureI procur
I a 1 substantial Rubstmtial good by declining declnin to inter intert interferfortheenforcementofexistinglaw
t I fere fer ferfortheenforcementofexistinglaw ferfortheenforcementofexistinglawIn for the enforcement enrorrment of existing existng law lawI la V Vi
i I In the Alabama case Clle where wher a 1 negro negroS negrodisCrnchised negrodisfranchised
S disfranchised disCrnchised by tho State Constitution Constitutionapplied Constuton Constutonppled Constitutioniipp1ied
applied ppled for relief rl C under the Fourteenth Fourteenthand Fourteenthand Fourteenths
s and Fifteenth Amendments the thE Court Courtwent Cour Courtwent
went into the merits merif of the case raR but re refused r reS
S fused fUfd to pass pBA upon the question of con conflict confct confilet ¬
filet fct between btwen the State Constitution Costituton and andthat andthat andthat
that of the United States and thus prac practically pracS ¬
S tically constituted itself an arbiter of so ¬
ciopolitical copoltcl expediency expdiency than an aninterpreter anc aninterpreter
c t t interpreter interprter of statutes statutesIn
In the Kentucky case cEe the difference difernce of ofthe oft
I the theCourtsattitudo Courts attitude atitude from frointhat that which it has hasheld hai hasS hasheld
S j held In matters mater of interstate intertlte commerce commerceregulation commercerpulaton commerceregulation
regulation rpulaton is still ti more striking The Thei
9 I i Court Cour reaches racheA back to legislation legislton enacted enactedf oncted enactedthirtythree
f thirtythree thirythre years ear ago at the time tme of ofthe oCthe oftheadoptionoftheFiftoontlrAmendment
the theadoptionoftheFiftoontlrAmendment theadoptionoftheFiftoontlrAmendmentS adoption odopton of the FifteenthAmendment FifteenthAmendmentand FiCeenthAmedment FiCeenthAmedmentand
S and intended intnded to give effect efect to that tht amend amendment amendment a mendment
> ment The Court Cour declares decars the Act of
1870 entirely entrly invalid invald and lays laY down the theprinciples theprincples theprinciples
principles princples which restrict rstrict the power pwer of ofCongress oCCngrs ofCongress
Congress Cngrs to protect the negro voter voterv
I v t under und r the Fifteenth Fitent1 Amendment AmendmentThis Amendment
1 This Thi marked variation of attitude and andji andf andmethod
ji f method metho somehow recalls rcall the recipe rcip of ofMr oCj ofAIr
j Mr Ir Justice JUtc HOLMES for arriving at a ajudgment ajudgent at
t judgment judgent I have hve considered considerd tho pros prcaent pra praI prosent
I i ent tendencies tendence and desires of society societ and andf andhave
I i f r have hve tried to t realize ralze that its different differentportions difernt diferntPrion differentportions
> portions Prion want different difernt things and that thatmy thati thatmy
i t my business buiness was Wl to express exprss not my per peri pr prI personal
i sonal sonl wish but the resultant as nearly nearlyas
t ti I as I could guess gess of the pressure pressur of the thepast ther thepast
r past pat and the conflicting conicting wills wiA of the ther
P k r t present prsnt prsntit presentS
S it Abllltv blty Sot Utilized UtilizedSince ltl7II ltl7IISinc ttllLzcdSince
Since Sinc the Rev Rv Dr BRIGGS passed pased from Cromtbe fromi
i 1 i the Presbyterian Prsbyterian to t tho Episcopal Episcpal Church Churchvery ChurchVty ChurchI
I very Vty Y little lite has been ben heard of him or from fromhim frm frmhim fromhim
him As a preacher he is i so far from froml rrm rrmL frominspiring
l inspiring or stimulating stmulatng that it is not notsurprising notsurriing notsurprising
surprising surriing that ho has ha made no mark in inj
i t j the tn te Episcopal Episcpal pulpit nor is he a man of ofthe ofi ofj
j i J i the he executive eecutve and administrative ability abity abilityi
i 1 1 now sought lught for in the rector of a parish parisht parishDr
t C Dr BRIGGS BRIOS however is isa a distinguished distinguishedI ditnguished ditnguishedscholar distinguishedscholar
I scholar of the typo typ of the cloistered c0iBtered cloisteredi
3 i 1 student rather than of the man of nf nffairs aCtair atfairs
fairs tair required to run the complex cmplex ma machinery maq
1 chinery of a modern moor Episcopal Episcpal parish parishj parsh
j 4 1 in a largo lg town more especially espcial He is isone i Ist
t t one of the foremost formot Biblical Biblcl scholars scholar in inthe ini inthe
i the world and the Episcopal Episcpl Church Churchin Churchinthis
f in inthis this country c ttry might be b searched sarched in vain vainto vaintofind i
i il to tofind find fnd his equal eq alas la as a teacher tacher of Hebrew Hebrewand Hebrewand
1 and the cognate cgnate languages and as 8 an au authority authority anS ¬
S thority in that department deprment of learning learningor
I or even one who is i entitled enttled to bo b put ut in intho ini inthe
i tho same class c8 with him The need ned of ofa ofa ofa
a scholar like lke Dr BRICIGS as a professor professorin proreAor
I in an Episcopal Epicp1 theological theologicl seminary Aminaryfem seminaryseems
1 seems fem to t tL bo b great at this timo more moreespecially mor moreespecially
especially espcaly and obviously it is only in such sucha suchI
a I place plc that the Church could culd utilize utiz his hispeculiar hiapecular hispeculiar
peculiar pecular abilities abites and ad make them profit profitable proft proftabl profitable ¬
able abl to t It yet never since ho passed pMFd over overtp overtp overtf
tp tf the th Episcopal Epicpl Church and ad received receivedholy recived receivedholy
i holy orders order in it have we known of any anymovement anyj
j I j t movement to t do honor to Dr BRIGOS BRIGOSor
or to t make any use l of the proud distinc distinction dlAtnc dlAtnct distincI ¬
S I t tion ton in scholarship scholarhip which came cmo to t it it with withhis wih wihhis withS
his accession Wo have heard
k accsRlon no sug suggestion s sgstOr suggestion ¬
gestion gstOr from any Episcopal quarter quarer that thatBO
t BO fO great a gain should bo b recognized rcgnl1Ad and andmade andmade andmade
made valuable to t the Church in lt it fts di divinity diI divinity ¬
I I vinity schools schoolsDr RchoolDr schoolsI
I Dr BRIGGS so far as tho Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiAcpalI EpiscopalChurch
I Church specifically is concerned has been beenwasted ben beenwasted
I spcfcaly cncrne
wasted WMte wholly His Hi learning lcrning gives givc him hima
a high rank among scholars scholar both Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can and European but it receives reeivc no nopractical nopractcl nopractical
practical practcl recognition recgniton in the Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Episcopa Episcopali
i Church in which ho has continued ctnue to tooccupy tooccup tooccupy
occupy a very ery humble place pla ever since sincehis Ilno sincehis
his hf reception recepton into it Wo BOO 8 nowhere nowhereuinong nowheroUlonl nowhorownont
Ulonl wnont uinong tin tfttI clergy or the papers ppl of that thatChurch thatChurch thatChurch
Church any an expression of pride in his hisfanje hlAtlre
4 i fane tlre tboueh tboulh ns we have said sad Dr DrBMOGS DrBROGS DrBiuoos
BMOGS BROGS is il unquestionably u questonably without a u peer peerin pr prin poorI
I in the Episcopal Eplscpal Church of America as W a ascholar aAchola aS ascholar
S scholar Achola Ho is never mentioned men loned as a apossible apible apossible
possible pible candidate cdidat for a professorship professorshipin protColhlp protColhlpin
in any an Episcopal Ep pa theological school schoolthough schooltough
1 though tough admittedly admltel those thoe schools schol aro in inHore Infr Insore
sore fr need ne of learning lerning like lke his hisWe hif tileWe
We are reminded reminde to say this thll by b seeing eing
In the te Churchman of last week wek an exposi exposition expsi expsition exposition ¬
tion by Dr BKIGGH of the subject of ofSancUfication orM
S M SancUfication Sactfcation by b Love Jwe This Thi article articleUone arice
4 Uone i one of very ver few contributions cntribltonl made by I
him to Episcopal Epicpal discussions dlscu810n since inc his
entry into lit ministry mlnitr It is I a piece pio of ofclose ofdO ofclose
close dO reasoning f oning with a deeply deply spiritual spiritualiuminton 5pinltualillumination spiritualIllumination
Illumination iuminton but throughout throughout marked markedby markedby markedby
by a complete cmpletf selfeffacement Rtlaoment so 8 far as asconcerns Mcncrn asconcerns
concerns cncrn tho peculiar pcular and distinguished distinguishedlearning ditnguished ditnguishedlearing distinguishedlearning
learning learing the world of scholarship scholarhlp recog recognizes reg regniz8 ¬
AUODSTUS llamas RtOl D D DThe DThe Drlie
The Right to Refuse Iruse to Marry MarryReferring JfRrry JfRrryRererring MarryReferring
Referring to tho recent rcnt marriage marago of ofMr orIr ofMr
Dr PARKHURST PARKUURT is reported rported recently rcnty to tohave tohava tohave
have said Mr Ir VANDERBILT A OFRmLT could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not have found an American Amercan minister to tomarry to tomr tomarry
marry mr him without undignified undignifed scout scoutIng 8C0lt 8C0lting scoutIng
Ing about for some lome weak welk creature katU who whocould whoculd whocould
could culd bo b tempted by his hil money moneyIt moneyI
It I may mo be that in England where wher the thomarriage themarrago themarriage
marriage marrago ceremony crmony thus criticised criticlfed was wasperformed wasprrored wasperformed
performed prrored a clergyman cergyman railed rIed upon upn to tounite tounite tounite
unite in marriage two persons peron as a to towhose towhos towhose
whose whos union no legal impediment impdiment ox existed oxisted oxisted ¬
isted would nevertheless neverheles bo justified justifiedunder justifed justifedunder justifiedunder
under the law in refusing rhl inp to perform the theceremony theceemony I
ceremony crmon but it is by b no means meln so clear clearthat cear clearthat i itit
that tit a clergyman cergwan hero her could properly proprl so sorefuse sorefuse i
refuse rtuf under the laws lawf of the State of New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York In this State authority to per perform perform ¬
pr prtorm
form the marriage marrage ceremony crmony is conferred conferredby conrerrd conrerrdby
by law upon upn clergymen cerfymon in the same samestatute f1me f1meAtatute samestatute
statute which authorizes the solemniza solemnization Aolemniz solemnization ¬
tion of marriage marrage also alo by b the Mayor MayorRecorder MayorRecorder Iaor IaorRecorder
Recorder Police Polc Justice Justce or Police Polc Magis Magistrate Magistrato Iaglstmte ¬
trate of b Justice Judge Judgeof
a city ct or by a JURtic or
of a court of record rcord or a municipal municpal court courtor cour courtor
or a Justice JUftc of the Peace Penc or a Justice JUAtlc of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the District Dstrict Court in the cities of New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York and Brooklyn BrooklynSuppose BrooklynSupp BrooklynSuppose
Suppose Supp that two divorced divorcd persons personsentitled prnf prnfontted personsentitled
entitled ontted under the laws of this State to tomarry tomarl tomarry
marry marl again were wer to apply to any anyon anyonor ono onoof onoof
of tho civil cvi officers ofcl mentioned mentoned in tho thostatute thestatuto thostatute
statute to solemnize a marriage between betweenthem btween btweenthem betweenthem
them Would such officer ofcr bo b justified justifiedin justfed justfedin
in refusing if satisfied satifed of tho fact that thatno thatno thatno
no legal impediment impdiment existed to the mar marriage1 marriag marriag ¬
riag simply because bcaus the officer ofcr person personally pron pronal personally ¬
ally al disapproved of divorce divorc We hardly hardlythink hardlythink hardlythink
think so If I it would be b tho duty of a acivil acvi acivil
civil officer ofcr under such circumstances to toact toact
cvi crcumstancf
act when whencleq calle < J upon so to t do to what whatjustification whatjustfcton whatjustification
justification justfcton canexist can canlex lex exist 1st on the part of a aclergyman I Icerlyman aclergyman
clergyman cerlyman who obtains obtin his authority authori to toperform toprform toperform
perform prform the marriage ceremony cremon from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the very vel same sa1e source ourc in refusing rCusing to unite unitethe unitethe unitethe
the parties in marriage marriag under such Iuch cir circumstances cr crcumstancs circumstnnces ¬
cumstances cumstancs Would he not bo b placing placinghimself plinhirRI placinghimself
himself hirRI above abve the law whence whenc he derives deriveshis deriveshiM deriveshis
his power to act in the matter mater at alt altWithout al allWithout
Without at this timo attempting atemptin to togive togive togive
give a positive pfitive answer answe to these thes questions questionswe
we submit submit them as I at least least suggestive suggestiveof u ge6tivc ge6tivcot
of a very interesting interestn doubt doubtA
A 0 4 Statue of a New England EI IRnd Rebel
Governor Govoror GARVIX of Rhode Hhore Island Islandseems IRlandRcms Ishindseems
seems Rcms to t be b a 1 Democrat Democrt of the extreme extrememodern extrme extrmemoder extrememodern
modern moder school Achool That is ho believes bleves in indirect indirect indirect
direct popular ppular government in all al cases casesin cas casin casesin
in instant or even cven tumultuary tumuluarr rather ratherthan rther rtherthan ratherthan
than slow AIO legal and Constitutional Constitutionalremedies Consttutional Consttutionalremedies Constitutionalremedies
remedies for abuses IbuFB or inequalities inequalties In a apublic apublc apublic
public publc address addrs delivered delvered in Providence Providencelast Providenc
last week wek he said faid that he would like lke to toBee tose tosee
Bee se the statue of THOMAS WILSON Don DORRerected DORnercted Donerected
erected ercted in the State House HOUR DORR made mademistakes mademistake mademistakes
mistakes but he was a great man manIn manIn manIn
In an interview interiew Mr Ir GARVIN asserted assertedthat aSRertcdthat assertedthat
that DaRn U was a patriot inspired inspiredby
by b patriotic motives motves although he made mademistakes mademistakeA mademistakes
mistakes that the present presnt Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island Constitution Con ttuton is if due principally principallyto principaly principalyto
to DORRS unceasing uncMing efforts efors and that thatDORR thatDORR thatDorm
DORR M will wi be b honored as one of the thegreat thegrat thegreat
great grat men of the State even by a statue statuein Atatuein statuein
in the State House HouseAs Hous HouseAs
As DORR was Wi convicted cnvicted of high treason treasonand treasonand treasonand
and sentenced Bntencd to imprisonment for life lifein lCe lCein lifein
in 1844 Governor Goveror GARVIXS GARI S proposition propositionhas propositon propositonhM
has caused cuBd some surprise surpris among the theRhode theRhode theRhode
Rhode Island conservatives cnrvatves A general generalamnesty generl generlamnesty generalamnesty
amnesty act let DORR out of jail jai in 1847 1847and 184 1847and i iand
and his civil civi right rlght were given back backto backto
to him in 1851 and in 1854 185 the year yearof yearof er eroC I
of his death the Legislature Lgilature took tookupon tookupn tookupon
upon upn itself isI to reverse revel his condemna condemnation cndemna cndemnation condemnation ¬
tion an attempt atempt brutally frustrated frustratedby frustrted frustrtedby
by the Supreme Suprme Court All Al this thi marks marksa
a 1 reaction racton and shows an undeniable undeniablepopular undeniablepopular undeniablepopularsympathy
popular popularsympathy sympathy The passions stirred stirredby Rtirled Rtirledby stirredby
by DORRS rebellion reblon have been ben cold coldfor coldtor coldfor
for nearly fifty fft years The man is but buta
a dim name to most of us outside outide of ofRhode orRhode ofRhode
Rhode Island and the Providence Plan Plantations Plantatons Plantations ¬
tations tatons It I is an age ge of historical para paradoxes paradoxeA paradoxes ¬
doxes and rehabilitations rehabii tons but does dos DORR DORRtechnically DORRtechnicly Dontechnically
technically technicly and actually a traitor de deserve desrve deservo ¬
serve srve a statue sttue because bC < u his motives motes were wereor wer wereor
or are ar supposed Auppd to be b patriotic patriotc or because becausesome bcaus becausesome
some of his ideas ide8 have been bn incorporated incorporatedInto incrrted incrrtedInt
Into Int the Rhode Rho Island Constitution Constution in a apeaceful apacful apeaceful
peaceful pacful legal and Constitutional Contutonal way waynot waynot waynot
not by an unauthorized unauthorizd popular ppular con convention cn cnventon convention ¬
vention venton and rising risingDORR risingDORR risingDouR
DORR was Wa a a Providence Providenc man edu educated educated cdiicated ¬
cated at Harvard who read rad law in the theoffice theofc theoffice
office ofc of Chancellor Chanclor KENT and practised practisedit practsd practsdIt
it in his native natvo town twn Ho began bgan his po political poltcl political ¬
litical ltcl career carer as a Federalist Federlst member membr of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Assembly Ambl in 1833 but turned tured Demo Democrat Democrt Democrat ¬
crat crt in 1837 187 and showed the zeal zal of the theconvert thecnver theconvert
convert cnver The government of Rhode RhodeIsland Rhodo181and RhodeIsland
Island had not then been ben altered to suit suittho Auittho suitthe
tho new conditions and tho general generalDemocratic generalDemocrtc generalDemocratic
Democratic Democrtc tendency tendene toward equality equalityand equalt equalityand
and manhood suffrage It followed sub ¬
stantially stntialy the forms of the charter charer given givenby givenby givenby
by CHARLES CUAILES II I Only tho owners owner of real realestate realeRlate realestate
estate to the value of 5134 134 and their theireldest theireldeBt theireldest
eldest eldeBt sons fonR had tho right to t vote About Abouttwothirds Abouttwothirds Abouttwothirds
twothirds of tho citizens ciin wore wer thus thusdisfranchised thlf thusdisfranchised
disfranchised diCrnchiRd Clearly Clearl the restrictions restrictionswore rstrictons rstrictonswer
wore wer unjust unjlst and absurd aburd but similar simiar re restrictions reBtrlcton nostnictiom ¬
strictions Btrlcton had existed exited in other States Statesand StateRand Statesand
and had been bon pen pacCuly peacefully fully abolished abolAhed It Itwas ItWa Itwas
was Wa monstrously montrously unfair that the 8000 8000inhabitants soooinhabitants
inhabitants inhabiantl of Newport ewprt should have six sixmembers Aixmember sixmembers
members member of the Assembly Assmbly while whie nearly nearlythree nearlythree nearlythree
three times tmos as 8 many people pople in Provi Providence Providenc Providence ¬
dence denc had only four But there ther have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been and are ar striking Rtrklng inequalities ineqlnlties of ofrepresentation orrprntlton ofrepresentation
representation rprntlton in Connecticut Connectcut yet et no nobody noboy nobody ¬
body boy there ther thinks of following rolowing the meth methods methods mothode ¬
ods ultimately ultmatly adopted by Doan DORRHe DORnHe Doanlie
He was wn in the thirties thirics ambitious ambitiouswo ambliouA ambliouAwe
we may be b sure patriotic patrioto and fnd sincere Binccrowe Aincr sincerewearo
we wearo aro ar willing wiing to believe blee evidently evidenty a alittle 1 alittle
little ltte hotheaded Here Her was a genuine genuinepopular genuinepopular nuine nuineppular
popular ppular grievance grievanc and the opportunity opportunityof opprunity opprunityor
of a rising riing young oug politician pltcan At first flretDORR frt frtDonR firstDoan
Doan tried tred legitimate legitmate means mean He Heworked Howorked Heworked
worked In tho Assembly Ambly for an improved improvedConstitution impnnedCOMttuton improvedConstitution
Constitution COMttuton Seven Sven votes vOt8 just one onetenth on onetenth
tenth ware wor all al th t the support suppr he got Then Thenho Thenhe Thenho
ho formed tored a 1 suffrage sufra party pry In 1841 1841this 114 1841this
this thi suffrage 8ufraj party pary did a curious crioU thing thingIt
It t called cled a State Constitutional Cnsttutonal Conven Convention Conventon Convontion ¬
tion ton whichduly which Iduly or unduly assembled assembledmade assembledmadea mbled mbledmade
made a Constitution Consttlt lon and submitted Aubmited it to tothe tothe tothe
the people pople The Dorr partisans ptin were wer sure sureT sureo sureti
o c
ti T I
that this Constitution Consttuton was adopted adopd by bya
a majority majoriy of the citizens citzns and oven by bya
a majority of the legal voters votersWhether votr votersVlietbor
Whethr Whether It was WI or not does dos not greatly greatlymatter greatlymatter ratly ratlymater
matter mater The T Legislature Igislatur had called cUod a aConstitutional nCOMttutonl aConstitutional
Constitutional COMttutonl Convention Conventon flvo fvo months monthsbefore monthl monthlbror monthsbefore
before bror the meeting motn of the suffrage luIrago party partyin
in Providence Providenc In February 1812 this thisconvention thiscnventon thisconvention
convention cnventon made a Constitution COMttuton which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the voters voter rejected rjected In March In April AprilDonn Apri AprilDona
the thesuffrage thesufrago theS
Donn was Wa elected electd Governor under
S suffrage sufrago Constitution ConRtltuton and a Legis Legislature Lg Lglatur Leglalattice ¬
lattice latur of Dorrltes Dorrits was chosen chofn A Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
elected ac according nocotJn according ¬
ernor and Legislature Lgislature were wer
cording cotJn to the charter charer In May there thorowere therewere thereero
were ero two State governments Tho char charter charter charter ¬
ter Governor proclaimed procaimed martial martal law lawgot lawot lawgot
got ot out the militia mltn and appealed nppalod to the thoFederal theFederl theIoderal
Federal Federl Government which Inevitably Inevitablyrecognized Inovitbl
M 5 Governor GovernorMay GovernorMRY GovernorMay
recognized reognlzd him as the legal
May 18 the rebellion rbIon began hgnn Armed ArmedDorrites ArmedDorrteR ArmedDornites
Dorrites DorrteR tried to get possession pAAsion of tho thoProvidence thoProidonc theProvidence
Providence Proidonc Arsenal Arnal but were wer balked by bytho hytho bythe
tho legal Governor with wih the militia militiaAfter mita mitaAter militiaAfter
After Ater an ineffectual inefectual visit to Washington WashingtonDORR Wahlngton WahlngtonDORR WashingtonDona
DORR returned rtured to Rhode Island and was wasassured WMfurd wasassured
assured furd that the people poplo were ready rady to tofight tofight
fight fght for their rights Tho assurers assurerswere assurerswere
were wer mistaken Juno 25 there ther was a ademonstration ndlmoMtrton
5 demonstration dlmoMtrton at Chepachet Three Threehundred Thr Threehundred
hundred suffragists sufragists found on the thefield thefeld thefield
field feld about 3000 30 persona prons presumably presumablyopposed preAumablyoppFd presumablyopposed
opposed oppFd to violence violenc rather rther than to an anextension anextension anextension
extension of suffrage sufrge DORR gave PIVO up upthe upthe upthe
the game and told tld his little ltte band bnd to tobo tob tobe
bo b off of So was trodden out tho very veryfeeble veryfeeble
feeble spark of rebellion rblion By No November Noembr November ¬
vember embr the State had a now nw Constitu Constitution ConRttu ConRttutlon Constitution ¬
tion doing away with wih most of the ob objectionable objectionable ¬
jectionable jootonnblo features Ceaturs of the old charter charterDORR chrer chrerDonR charterDona
DORR fled fed the State was arrested arrRtd on his hisreturn hisrturn hisreturn
return rturn and treated trnted as 1 we have hve already alreadyrelated alrady alradyrlated alreadyrelated
related relatedWe rlated rlatedWe relatedIe
We Ie take this bald summary Aummar of the thefacts thefactA thefacts
facts in Deans case cas from Appletons AppletonsCyclopaedia AppletonsCcop AppletonsCyclopadia
Cyclopaedia Ccop > ln of American Biography BiographyIf Bogrphy BogrphyI
If I the summary is correct corrct it shows that thatDORR thatDORR thatDoatriecl
DORR Doatriecl tried to todo do a right thing in a wrong wrongway wrongway wrongway
way an illegal iegal and a violent way He Heseems HeAors Heseems
seems Aors to have misunderstood misundertood the temper temperof tmpr tmpror temperofhispartisaus
of ofhispartisaus his partisans prisDS They The Tlieywa wanted teda a new Con Constitution ConAtituton Constitution ¬
stitution Atituton but they tile did not want disorder disorderHis disorderHs disorderHis
His Hs opponents stole his thunder They Theydid Theydid i
did the right thing thin in the right way wa No Nomatter Nomater Nomatter
matter mater what DORRS motives motvC were wer was washo washe
he a patriot ptriot Is a man a patriot ptriot be because because ¬
cause caus finding fndinp popular ppular r rights r hts curtailed curtaied he heseeks heks heseeks
seeks ks to enlarge them and incidentally incidentallyto incidentaly incidentalyto
to make his way into office ofc against the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and peace pnc of his State A statue statueof AtatueoC statueof
of DORR in the Rhode Rhoe Island State Stat House Housewould HOUR HOURwould Housewould
would be a glorification gloriftaton of treason treasonhowever trAon trAonhowever treasonhowever
however amiable the the traitor tritor and of ofviolence orolenc ofviolence
violence olenc however ridiculous in the theoutcome theoltrome theout
outcome oltrome out come
The Dfmolratc Democratic Party Irt and the Rule Ruleof Ruleor Ruleor
or Freedom FreedomAn
An important conservative Demo Democratic Democrltc Democratie ¬
imprant Ionservatve
cratic crltc journal joural the Galtcston News puts putsits putsit putsits
its it finger fnger square on the Republican Republcan dan danger danger danger ¬
ger and the Democratic opportunity opportunityThe
nul Democratc opprtunty opprtuntyTho
The tendency Itndon of the ho present Administration Administrationespecially Admlnltraton Admlnltratontsporlll AdmtnLrationto
especially tsporlll Is II to run rn rim all al to Government Thai Thaitendency TbaItndon Thaitendency
tendency Itndon la II It 10 o marked markrr that even Oon men who wh have havepreferred baeprtltrd havepreterred
preferred prtltrd strong Ilrnl government Iovemmonl as they call ca It Itare I Itare
are ao In doubt lu to the policy pol of olln Increasing ralnr further furtherthe furtherthe
the patronage plirnaio and power pwer of ollhe the men aim In the public publicservice pUblo pUbloItrlc publicAerrice
service Itrlc and of Irponlonaltll rroportlonatfi diminishing dlmlnlhlnl the thepower thepot thepower
power pot and Ind privilege prlvltrt of the people opJt The Te great greatprinciple Ireat Ireatplnclplo greatprinciple
principle plnclplo Involved Inohoe li I I at allaI last the rule rlo of freedom lrtdom for forwhich forwhlcb forwhich
which the American morcn people have stood liod from trm the thefirst Iborll theCod
first rll The liberty Ihrl iiheri and Inr right rlib of ollbe the citizen llzon to Reek Reekhappiness seekbappineis trkhapplnoM
happiness In his bl own way Li L the rock rok on which the theDemocratic IbeImocratr the1emoeratiechurrh
Democratic Imocratr 1emoeratiechurrh church Is I a built buil buiitand and It 111 Is the only politi political poll polleal poiillcal ¬
cal church rhur b with wih this Ihl firm foundation foundationOf loundaton loundatonOC foundationOf
Of late the Federal Feera Government Goverment has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been playing the 1ar part of a benevolent benevolentbut bnevolent bnevolenthit
but hit capricious caprcous allpowerful alpowertul Cadi Cai or orCaliph orCalph orCaliph
Caliph Calph bastinadoing bMtindoln or bowstringing bowstringingcorporations bwtringinl bowetringingcorporations
corporations corporaton8 Against A ainst the overgrowth overgrowthof
of Federalism FederlRm the Democratic party partyneeds partyneeds I Ines
needs nes to bring brng out the one essential essentialand eental eentaland essentialand
and definite defnie Democratic Democrtc principle prncple the theleast theleMt theleast
least government goverment consistent with the thegreat thereat thegreat
great reat purposes purpose of government In the theeverlasting theeerlaRtin theeverlasting
everlasting eerlaRtin twaddle about Demo Democratic Democrtic Democratic ¬
cratic crtic principles princpleA this primary primar Demo Democratic Democrtic Democratic ¬
cratic crtic truth tnth that the business busine of the theGovernment theGoverment theGovernment
Government Goverment is to t mind its it own ow business businessseems busine businessseems
seems to be forgotten Cor oten Can the Demo Democrats Democratl Democrats ¬
crats cratl overcome overcme tho socialistic Mcialstc and radical radicalnotions raicnl raicnlnoton radicalnotions
notions noton which have raged rae among them themsince themsinco themsince
since they were attacked atake with Populism PopulismIf Populsm PopulsmI
If I they can beat bet Mr Ir ROOSEVEIVT ROOSEVEL they theycannot theycannot theycannot
cannot beat bat him on his own ground He Heis Heis
is a more skilful Akiul fisher fsher of the labor labr vote votethan vot votethan
than they are He is a stronger hand to toput t teput
put a hook in the jaws of the Octopus OctopusHo OCtPU8 OCtPU8Ho I
Ho is all al for interference interrernce regulation regulationcontrol rglaton rglatoncontrol regulationcontrol
control control Can the Democrats Democrat bring them themselves themso1e themselves ¬
selves so1e to stand for hands hads off 01 and ad the free freeplay freeplay freeplay
play of individual effort eIor freedom trom to t do dobusiness dobusines dobusiness
business busines freedom rreeom to labor labr without wthout any anyhampering ay ayhampring anyhampering
hampering hampring of the one by the Federal FederalGovernment Feera FederalGovernment
Government or of tho other by the labor laborautocrats labr labrautocrat laborautocrats
autocrats autocratsAll autocrat autocratsAll
All Al that can be b said of the case cae now is isthat isthat Isthat
that the Democracy is i convalescing convalescingThe cnvaecng cnvaecngThe
The long fever and delirium delrum are over overThe overThe overThe
The old party is able to t sit up meditate meditateon meitt
on its iI sins and make good god resolutions resolutionsAfter rcoluton resolutionsAfter
After six of Bryanism it Is becom becoming becomLag
Ater lix years yer Braim i bcom bcominp ¬
Lag inp rational ratonal once onc more mor That is a great groatand greatand I
and happy change
The German Germ crman n Vote Vot Its Ia Keeper and andIlls RndIs andills
Ills Is Candidate CandidateIt tonlidate tonlidateIt
It was W8 not to t be b expected expcted that Mr HER HERMAN HERMAN HERMA ¬
MAN MAN MA BIDDER would decide decde to support supportthe supportthe
the antiTammany antTammany candidate for Mayor Mayorat
at this early date Neither can cn he be belooked belooked
looked to t for an indorsement indorment of the Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many candidate cndidat now The time tme is i not notripe nt ntrip notripe
ripe rip for Mr Ir RIDDER RIDER to declare decar where wherewhat wher wherewhat
what he calls ls the Germans German of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York will wi stand this fall falror fallfor for it must mut be beborne beborne
borne boro in mind that Mr RIDDER RIDER always alwaysspeaks alwaysspaks alwaysspeaks
speaks spaks for all al the Germans German of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city cityUp ct ctUp cityUp
Up to the present prAnt time tme Mr RIDDER RIDDERhas RIDER RIDERha RIDDERhas
has ha been bn able to rattle rtlo only two thoughts thoughtsout thought
out Olt of the brain brin boxes bxc8 of the citizens ctil he heBjxjaks he5peakA hespeaks
speaks for One of them isthat lthat under underno
no circumstances crcumstncs will wi the Germans Geran rerinans of ofNew orSew ofNew
New York support AUppr Mayor 1layor Low Lw for a asecond asecond i iIcnd
second Icnd term This because bcUf Mr Low Lowwould Lw Lowwould I Iwould
would not oppose opps the new Liquor Tax Taxlaw Taxlaw Taxlaw
law under which half the revenues from fromexcise fromexci fromexcise
excise exci licenses I enss go to tho State Stt and be because b hecause ¬
cause cus he treated trated the liquor lquor dealers dealer out outrageously out outrageotisly ¬
rageously rapolll In n addition addiion to that tho fu fusion rulon ii iision ¬
sion lon candfdate cndfdat for Mayor next fall tal must mustbo mustb mustho
bo b an In independent Democrat Democlt This is istho if isthe
tho Riddcrbund ultimatum ulimatumImd ultimatumand and tho Rid Rldderbund Rd Rdderbund Ridderbtind
derbund is il tho diminutive of the more moreformal mor moreformal
formal title till Gorman American Americn Reform ReformUnion Rror RetoinUnion
Union which Mr RIDDER
1lr HIDER modostlyod modostlyodmits moestYa
mite mit is tho Gorman GormlD of Now York city cityguided cty ctyIlided cityguided
guided Ilided by his modest self llr Who is i tho thoindo thoindependoJt theintlependent
indo independoJt intlependent ndont Democrat sharing shurng tho Rid Ridderbund Rd Rdderbund Riddenbund
derbund views vew8 on excise exci matters matt able ableI
to t control ontrol the Germans Grsl of New York Yorkfit Yorkft Yorkfit
fit ft to t bo b Mayor to t continue cntnue as 8 Mr RID RIDDER RI TIm1ER ¬
DER says IYS Mayor Lows Lw good goo works vrorkuand workBand worksand
and to t avoid his hi errors error Whore Wher io the thoman theIan theloan
man Ian so 10 described describedIB de8cribd de8cribdII
IB II not tho head of this organization organizationan organIzaton organIzatonan
an independent indepndent Democrat Democat with wih Riddor Riddorbund Rdder RdderI Ridderbund
bund views on the excise oxci question queAton and andacceptable andaccptable andacceptable
I acceptable accptable to the Germans of New York YorkWould YorkWould YorkWould
Would he make the mistakes miltakes Mayor Low Lowhas Lw LwhM Lowhas
has made We believe bleve not Would ho hobo heh hobe
bo h acceptable acoptble to Mr RIDDER We be believe b beIleve ¬
If I Mr fr RIDDER RIDER fails rai to land hl hi his man manthis manthlA manthis
this time tme in the place plao coveted ceted for him it itwill itwi itwill
will wi be b one of the very few great failures failuresof ralures raluresof
of probably prolbly quite quit the most remarkable remarkableofflco rmarkablo rmarkabloofc remarkableoffice
office ofc getter Rettr In town townThe twn twnTe townThe
The Te stoppage etoppge of work in the subway IB IBduo I Isdue
duo to what we may mlY call cl halfminds halfmindsTho halfmlndaTo
The To Individual Individul laborers Ilbrer mainly Italians ItaliansBO ItaliA ItaliAso
so fresh in residence reldenco here that tho scent of ofVesuvius ofYfuvlu ofVeauviua
Yfuvlu Vesuvius still Rtl remains in their garments garmentswould garmentswould garmentswould
would have been ben without wihout practical practcl force forceunless forcetinke
unless ImlE1 backed up by their associate afocah in inlabor InI10r iiilabor
labor I10r and thin backing has hat been ben given to tothem tothem tothem
them although alhough the reason reRn against uch suchnotion uchacton uchaction
notion acton was wa morally moraly of cast catt Iron IronThe IronThe IronThe
The general peneral body by of subway laborer laborerhad labrer laborershad
had solemnly agreed agre not to stop tp work with without without without ¬
out notice At a recent reent meeting metng to decide decidewhether deide deidewhether decidewhether
whether those thOe strikers should be 0 supported supportedspeakers suppore supportedspeakers
speakers spakerl were not wanting wantlnp to point pint to this thisagreement thll thllagrement thisagreement
agreement agrement and to protect prot t against apalnst Its re repudiation repudiation repudiatlon ¬
pudiation But tho halfminds capable capble of ofseeing ofseing ofseeing
seing seeing but one side eldcof of the question qucton and and that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not the ho side slc1 exposed exp8M by the cooler coler heads headswere headswere headswere
were in tho majority majoriy and the ho result reult Is IBknown Isknow Isknown
known knownThe know knownThe
The heads helds with tho whole brains are orebound arebund arebound
bound bund to win in tho end though thoughOne thoughOne thoughOne
One by one the Metropolitan MetrpltM Street Slrlt Rail Railway Ri Railway ¬
way Raiding Riding Syndicate Syndicte in it losing its Is props propsThrough prop propsThrough
Through Tlrugh the combined cmblnld efforts efons of a City CityMagistrate Ciy CiyMagletrte CityMagistrate
Magistrate Magletrte and the District Dlfrlct Attorney Atorney the thecriminal thecrminal thecriminal
criminal crminal department deprtment has been ben wrecked wreked It ItIs It1k i
Is i 1k currently curently reported repre that un application applicationwill applction applctionwi
will wi be b made soon 8n to put this thit branch of the thesyndicate theRrndlcto thesyndicate
syndicate Rrndlcto In the hands of a receiver Seine Sorneprejudiced Sle Sleprejudic Seineprejudiced
prejudiced prejudic plutocrats plutocrtl have been hen moved move to toremark toremark toremark
remark that thatitoughttohe it ought to be put putin in the hands I of ofa ofa ofajail
a ajail jail jai warden wardenThe waren warenThe wardenThe
The latest lttt expert eJpr accountant acountant of standing standingto standingt
to t say that there was wa never anything ayhing In the thenocalled theMle thesocalled
nocalled Mle charges chargel against tho Metropolitan Metropolitancompany Metropltan Metropltancmpny Metropolitancompany
company cmpny Is i ARTHUR W TEaLS In his hil ro report ropr roport ¬
port pr to tho District Dltriot Attorney Atorey published publishedyesterday publshe pubUshedyesterday
yesterday Yeterday he says 11 that after having been beenafforded ben benarore beenafforded
afforded arore every ever facility racity for examining the thocompanys thecmpanys thecompanys
companys cmpanys books bokt and comparing the figures figurestherein fgre figurestherein
therein with the findings fnding cmpng of AMOBT and andAMOitrs andAMors andAMours
AMours expert expr the conclusions cnclulions of those thoseexperts tholO tholOexpr thoseexperts
experts expr and the specific lplfo findings fnding of AMOBT AMOBTarc AMORYarf
arc arf entirely entrely without wthout foundation so 1 far as asthey asthey asthey
they involve criminal wrongdoing wrongdoingMr rongdolngMr
Mr TBKLE also dispose of that bright
particular paricular piece piec of wickedness ickednt1 charged chargedagainst chargedagainst
against alallt the company cmpany to the effect eet that In Inthe Inthe inthe
the negotiation of the Interurban lease leasesome leasesome
some me of the officers ofcers stole Itolo something Iomethlng more mornthan morethan morethan
than 110000000 1000 Having HIlnl been thrown throw out outof outor outof
of one court cur and the District Diltrc Attorneys Attorneysoffice Atoreys Atoreysofce Attornoyaoffice
office ofce where will wi the raiders raider go now nowThere nowTere nowThere
There Tere was WI nothing nothig sportsmanlike sprtlmanlke in the theoverhasty theoverhaty theoverhasty
overhasty overhaty policemen plcmon of Cambridge Cmbrdge who whoran whoran whoran
ran in two unsuspecting u splng Harvard Hrvar sopho sophomores fphomorl sophomores ¬
mores morl for trackwalking trckwaling last t Sunday SundayRural SundayRural RuridayRural
Rural walks wak in I a Cambridge cmbridge that is being beingrapidly bing bingrapidly beingrapidly
rapidly built buit up ore ae scarce Irce and ad one of the thefew thefew thefew
few remaining rmaining Is through the North Norh Cam Cambridge Cambrdgo Cambridge ¬
bridge brdgo marshes marhe to Belmont The Te only way wayout wayout wayout
out of the marsh marh to the turnpike turpike road for forone forole forone
one ole who does dOe not wish to wet his hil feet feetis fpt fptiA feetis
is to follow rolow the Fitchburg track for a few fewrods fewrodl fewrods
rods rodl to the place where the police plce had posted postedthemselves Plte postedthemselves
themselves themselvesIt therhA
It is a walk that Harvard laard men students studentsand Rtudentl RtudentlI studentsand
I and professors profer alike alke have taken tken especially especiallyon Cplal
on Sundays for a score 8cre of years year with wih no nocomplaint nocmplant nocomplaint
complaint cmplant on the part of tho railroad rairoad and andno andno andno
no attempt atEmpt to enforce Enforc the statute If I tho tholaw thola thelaw
law la was wa to be 0 brought to notice notic emphati emphatically emphat emphatirally ¬ I Icaly
rally caly the watchers watchel at Belmont Imont should have havebagged havl havebegged
bagged bgge a brace of professor profeoT or a pair par of ofcleans ordMns ofcleans
cleans or perhaps prhapl a preacher to the univer unlverity university univerpity
pity ity They Tey would ould have hle caught cupht them prob probably probably probably ¬
ably by waiting a little ltte longer and the thesight thesight thesight
sight of college clege dignitaries dlgnlarlC driving drving in the thopatrol thl thepatrol
patrol ptrol wagon wagn on a Sunday afternoon ateron would wouldhare wouldhave wouldhave
have been bn more effective erclve than Judge ALMTB ALMTBfivedollar AUIYsfvedoll ALrefivedollar
fivedollar fvedoll fine fineOn fne fneOn fineOn
On Saturday Sturday we expressed exprle our opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that At ROBBINB RBBNS of Absecom Abem Light could couldnot culd culdnot couldnot
not not bo b the genuine deepsea dEp8 sailorman saiorman he hesaid heIld hesaid
said Ild he was wa when in his hi prejudice against againstReliance agan againstReliance t tlanc
Reliance lanc he called cale her a scow BW and Shamrock ShamrockHI ShamrockII
HI II a real rel ship We mot him on his own ownwaters ownwatel ownwaters
waters watel to show that the differences dltereneM between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the now challenger chalenger and the defender were werenot werenot ero eronot
not worth worh speaking spking of This Ti lively lvely briny brinyletter brny brinyletter
letter follows followsTo foloW foloWTO
5 To TBI TI EDITOR EDIR or 0 THE Tnl SUN SvSr Sir In spite pl of ofyour 01our ofyour
your our answer 1 r to my letter Itler In Saturdays Slurda1 SUN Sczhave I Ihave Ihavr
have not changed my opinion ollnlon about aboullh the yachts hl and andI
I all lal to t nee te how at this early date clt you Arure nrul out outthe oultbe outthe
the Reliance nola to t be such a deadsure winner winnerI Ine
I will I bet l you a barrel barel of blutDsh caught nUlhl with withmy wtb wtbmy withmy
my own hand hand and delivered dtlv roe at II THE Tnl SUM lul office officearaliut omearlIMI omeeagttnst
araliut arlIMI a years ytar subscription Iubrplon to your YOlr paper ppe that thatReliance IhalRolanco thatReliance
Reliance Rolanco doe doe not even defend the Cup It I was aa all allvery al altvery
very Vtr well wolIn In 1901 1911 to lay 11 the blame blme for Constitutions Constitutionspoor Cnlulona Cnlulonapor
poor por allowing on the shoulders Iboulder of Mr 1 r WILLIAM WILLIAMB WILLIM WILLIMn
B DUNCAN Jr but bUllh the fact laoll Is that HmnmiHorr HmnmiHorrreached tirpissasoypreached IIIIIHO IIIIIHOruched
reached lila bil limit Imll when he designed and built bul the theColumbia tbeColumbIa theColumbia
Columbia more of a boat h011 and less It Iea of a scqw QW than thaneither Ihantlhor thaneither
either tlhor ol ollble the later defender der ndor When Whn hen It rame to t race racetime rr rrlme racetiive
time lme two 110 years ago the New ew York Yacht Club was wasafraid w wafad wuiafraid
afraid afad to start ir Constitution Cnalulon and jailed ltd Columbia ColumbiaIn
In her Mead MeadTruth Iod IodTrth teadTruth
Truth Trth I I truth and facts an ar what hal they are areeven ar areltn areeren
even If 1 unpleasant unploaanl nt llrrr IfM Ab A ROBBIKI ROBBIKIABSICOM ROINS ROINSAnCOM RopisitMCOM
ABSICOM Linnr N J JMay May Ma 4
Capt Cpt BOBBINS Is mistaken In his asser assertion Mserton assertion ¬
ton tion that thlt we have figured fgured out the Reliance Reliancea
a deadsure readure winner wlnnlr Untried UntrlO boats oatl like liketried lke lketre liketried
tried tre horses horl are too to mighty onsartin onsartinfor onlrtn onlrtnror
for a veteran like lke THE TiE SUN to be found rol rollicking rollcking rollicking ¬
licking lcking In such prophecies prophelC Nevertheless Neverthelessjust NIverhelC Neverthelessjust
jUt just to add gayety gyety to the nations nat 10nsiL It It shall shal be b a ayear aye ayear
year ye of THE TiE SUN against agallt a barrel brrel of bluofish bluofishunder blucfh blucfhundor bluofishunder
under the conditions cndlto named namedAR name namedAs
AR A for the Columbia being the limit lmit we wemust wemust wemust
must refuse refule to believe blove It The Te Indepen Independence Indepn Indepndenc Independence ¬
dence too sensational in her
denc was WI Intlnalln superiority superiorityon luprlorty luprlortyon
on some Imo point plntl for us not to share the gen general generl general ¬
eral erl belief blef that that to make tho RelUicn RelhC HER HERREIOFF flpi flpiItESIIOFF HKRRESHOFF
RESHOFF REIOFF culled cule virtues from Columbia and andIndependence andIndepndenc andIndependence
Independence Indepndenc both bth Before Brore the summer Slbmer IB IBover I Isover
over we hops hop to Bee Capt Cpt ROBBINg RBIIN sending sendingIn tDing tDingIn
In his hi barrel brrel of bluefish bluoftahTo bluofsh bluofshTo
To r Claiitfy the Speech Wrlten WrltenTo WrItrTo
To TBI n EDITOR or orTn TnESux Tea SUMSr Strs Sir It 1 Is I painfully painfullyevident painfuflyevident
pnlun pnlunt1donl
evident since sln e Stale Sile Day Dayal at St S Louis Lul that Ihatthe the elfin offlctof elfinof
of Official Omeat Speech Sprb Writer Wrltr to the Governor Ooror of New NewYork Nt NewYork
York Yorl I still 11 tiil In the domain of the he spoil apl hunter bunlt It Itshould 1 itshould
should be b placed pl td at once on In the classified tlnod and com competitive coi coinptilve ¬
petitive 111t civil cvl service an1 o This Tl done a competent competentman eomplonl eomplonlman
man will wil write wrlt our Governor G rora addresses hereafter hereafterand boralrr boralrrand hereafterand
and Chief Kiecutlve will never again
our pstuu wi ran nctertn Vndergosuch nctertnsuch ndtlo ndtlolucb
such humiliation as Governor tmor Odfll deli
lucb a bumilalon a Ool experlened experlenedlast nproned npronedII eaperlenedlast
last II Saturday Slurday KARL KAlL SniBn SniBnNiw SnlanNI1 Sfliuiiiw
Niw NI1 YORK oal Mays MaysHelen lla llaIn May 5 5IIlen
Helen In Keller Ir and Nacrlice NacrliceToTBEEnrroi HerI11 SacriSce7oypiaEnnoI
ToTBEEnrroi To Tn Ifl orTHESuxVr or Tn SUI The Th following followingappeared lolownr lolownrap followingappeared
appeared ap srrd In your Cur columns rlum1 It Is I perhaps ptrhp worth worthreminding worthreminding Drib Dribrtmlndlec
reminding the readers rado that the wonderful ondolul feat of ofdrawlnr 01drailnl ofdrawing
drawing drailnl Helen ltltn Keller out 01 her ht hopeless ho loM darkness darknenswas drkn drknon
was wa only on I accomplished tmpllhod by sacrificing arnclnr for It I another anotherwoman anolhnoman anotherwomans
woman whole life lifePlfasr 11 11Pruo iif iifPieae
Plfasr Pruo let me m tell your our readers raden that Iblt Miss ll Sullivan ula
did not 10 aarrlDce aarllte her ho whole wboe life II of ollho the twenty lonhloAh lonhloAhtra teach teachers teachCr ¬
ers Cr ol the blinddeaf blnddoat I know not one on did cld Nor r Is Isthere IsIhtr isthere
there Ihtr any dancer than another aolbn will 11 II 11 Miss lu Sulun SuluntnLnl Sullivanir Sullivan Sullivanrrnst
ir rrnst n5t certainly retlaini tnLnl > did aactlnce a rnce her own Intermits for
her pupiland puplanc no credit rdll ran rn be b too 00 tilth to rltr Cl i 0 her he
for her he unselfish uutnlb work won ork but that Is I not 101 sacrificing sacrificinga acrnelar
a whole holo life 110 W wCAlsiopiT V WADE a j
OAIMOXT Pa May Wa 4 4
Civil Civi Law Ia and Eooleilaitloal Etitlilttal Practice Practice1o Pratce a ato ii iilo
1o Die tht Marriage Itarrla1 of the Divorced DivorcedTo myoree
To TUB TIB EniroR EDTOR or TRI TAl SDK fuK8ir RexSir Sir A Amighty AmlRhty Amighty
mighty effort fort has been bfn made to create a ascandal andal ascandal
scandal ndal out of the Vanderbilt Vaderbit weddIng woddlngWhereas weding wedingWhrrea weddIngWhereas
Whereas Whrrea with lh the exception oxcptlon of Roman RomanCatholics Rman RmanCtholc RomanCatholics
Catholics Ctholc and Episcopalians Episoplans ministers of ofreligion ofrelgion ofreligion
religion relgion are Iro constantly conltanty performing prforming such suchmarriage Auchmarragl suchmarriages
marriage marragl without any protest protct or sense Rnl of ofscandal ofICndal ofscandal
scandal scandalTho ICndal scandalFho
Tho 11 discussion dilc810n of the Vnnderbllt Vnnderhlt wedding weddingIn wrddln wrddlnIn
In London Iondon makes makf pertinent prt Inont some 8Ie explana explanation explanation explanation ¬
tion regarding tho English nRllh Marriage arrago law lawYears lawYears lawYears
Years ago a 1 marriage marrago could not be b per performed pr prfore performed ¬
formed fore In Egland England oxcopt oxopt by a clergyman clergymanof
of the Established Elbllhed Church and no divorce divorcecould dlvoro dlvoroould divorceooulci
could ould be I granted grnted except through the House Houseof
of Lords LnIH Clandestine Clnndeltlne marriages marrlRgl were worofrequent werefrequent or
frequent and clergymen clerfymen Imprisoned Imprisone as asdebtors Mdebtor asdebtors
debtors In the fleet Iet secured Ilred their liberty libertyby lbry lbryby libertyby
by performing prforming such marriages In those thoseday thos thosedays
day daYI any ay clergyman clergyma Eplscopally Episcoply ordained ordainedcould ordainedcould ordainedcould
could celebrate cllbrato a wedding anywhere aywher and andat andat andat
at any time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The scandals Rcndala to religion rellon wore so great that thata
a Marriage Ilrlagl act passed pnlfd bythe by the British Britsh Parlia Parliament Parla Parlament Parhiamont ¬
ment provided provleed that marriages could only onlyIw onlyho onlyho
ho celebrated clobrated in England by a licensed licensedclergyman lenld lenldclergyan licensedclergyman
clergyman clergyan of the Established ftab1lhed Church and andunder andundfr andunder
under undfr tho following f010wln conditions conditionsFlrHt cnditions cnditionsFlrt conditionsFirst
First By the publication publcnton of tho banns bannsof
of marriage In tho parish prsh church imme immediately Immodlately iinmodiately ¬
diately after afer the reading of the second 8ond lea lesson lean leason ¬
son n These banns bnns must he published publlhe in tho thoparish thepriah thoparish
parish priah In which one or both of the parties partiesmust parleA parleAmURt partiesmust
must realdo relde for three thre Sundays SundaYI And the thebanns thebnnM thebanns
banns must be b published publihed on three thre succes successive sucs sucsshe successive ¬
sive SundasSond
Sundays SundaysSecond SundaysSecondBy
Second Sond SecondBy By tho Bishops Bllhopt license Icenf which whichcan whichcan hich hichCAn
can bo b obtained from a Surrogate who is isreally Isrealy isreally
really realy the deputy of tho ecclesiastical ololiastcal au authority authority authority ¬
thority This Thil license lcnl costs Cltf 5 It I au authorizes authorize authorizes ¬
thorizes thorize any clergyman to celebrate clebrato the thewedding thewedclng thewedding
wedding wedclng in the parish church of the district districtIn diltrlct diltrlctIn
In which ono of the parties parlea must mUlt reside residefor residefor resideor
for or three thre Sundays The rector retor of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church ia If obliged obled to perform prform a wedding weddingunless weding wedingunleM weddingunless
unless souls other clergyman is II Invited InvitedThird Invied InviedThlrdA InvitedThirdA
Third ThlrdA 110 A special Ipclallcnl cergymM license obtainable obtanable only onlyfrom onlyfrm onlyfrom
from frm the Archbishop of the the province provinc le legalizes 10gal7R hegahizes ¬
galizes gal7R a wedding celebrated clebrated in a private privatehouse privatehOU privatehouse
house hOU e This license IcnRe is very seldom sldom given givenand glen glenand givenand
and the fee is II large largeWhen Ilrgl largeWhen
When the Divorce DIoro act was wa passed pasd by byParliament byPlrlamtnt byParliament
Parliament Plrlamtnt about fifty 1ft years ago It be became hecmo became ¬
came cmo necessary nlry to change the law for the thorelief therelef therelict
relief relef of those tho e incumbents InoumonA of parishes who whoobject whoobjet whoobject
object objet to marrying divorced dlor d persons Con Consequently Con8quently Consequently ¬
sequently the therector rector or vicar prRons of a church churchcon churchrn churchcan
con rn refuse reful to celebrate clebrato tho wedding of di divorced 11 11orc dlvorced ¬
vorced persons but he must allow alow any anyclergyman anycergyan anyclergyman
clergyman orc plM duly ordained to perform prfor the theceremony theCnlony thecereniony
ceremony Cnlony cergyan In his hil churcn churol no 8 tone as a the theprovisions theprovlfJons theprovisions
provisions provlfJons of the th act are complied compled with withThin wltbThlM withThis
Thin was the case Cl when hen Mr Hadden a awellknown awtlknown awellknown
wellknown wtlknown socialistic tocal tlo clergyman olerga cole celebrated cle clebrte colebrated ¬
brated brte the Vanderbilt Yndtrblt wedding weddingBy wedln wedlnB weddingI3
By B a curious overnight ovellght the learned leare Dr DrWilliam DrWiiam DrWilliam
William CUrOU8 Crosswell Doane Bishop of Al Albany Albany Albony ¬
bany Wiiam has hl Crolwel said that the Bishop BUhop of London Londonwas Lndon Lndonwal Londonwas
was wal in no way responsible repoJlhlo for the Vander Vanderbilt Yandlr Yandlrhit VanderbItt
bilt hit wedding weddln BB R the license Icen e was WI issued ue by bytho bytho bythe
tho Chancellor But the license lcense WOB WOBissued wa W55issued
issued IIued by the MDshopt Bishops Chancellor Clncelor and andIn andIn andin
In the name and by the authority of the th
Honorable and KeverenaFather
Father In Clod Go Arthur Foley Wlnnington Wlnningtonpermission WinningtonIngram WinnlngtonIngram
Ingram doctor In diviniy divinity by the divne divneprmlllion divine divinepermission
permission prmlllion Bishop Ulhop and nd Metropolitan Metropltan of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the See of London LondonHere LondonHere LondonHere
Here S is the real rellCnda1 Hcandal scandala a scandal Indal which whichthreatens whichthrlatenl whichthreatens
threatens thrlatenl the existence txltenee of the national nationalChurch nationl nationlChurch nationalChurch
Church Bishop Dlhop Ingram objects objet I to the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage of divorced divorc persons He reproves reprovesactually reproMthoM reprovesthose
thoM clergymol clergymen who prl perform them He Heactual Heacttially
actually actual refuse rlrU C to enter pror a I church for con confirmation cn cnfrmation confirmatlon ¬
firmation or visitation in which such luoh mar marrinEos marrln marringes
frmation vblatlon
rinEos rln ls have been celebrated cclfbrte yet the law lawof lawof lawof
of the State Statl Church compels cmpl him to issue issuea Ilsue Ilsuea
a license Icenfe for such marriages It Is here heredent herethat herethat
that the importance or the Vaderhlt Vanderbilt Inol Inoldent mcident
dent can Impranc be seen Ren coming cming us li it it does doe at the thevery theery thevery
very ery time tm when Whfl the Church of England En land Is Isdivided i isdivided
divided dh1de over oVlr the MCureh Church Discipline DAlpHne act actnow ac actnow
now before tho Houso Housof of Commons CommonsIt CommonsI
It is II very difficult difcult to understand underld why whyJplE whypeople
I i er r I 1 m > 1 t fit fitand
JplE people In thl the Iltuatlon situatton of Mr Yanderblt Yanderbltand Vanderbilt Vanderbiltand
and Mrs fr Htitherfurd Ruthlrurd should Ibould make such per perBifltent pr pr81Atelt persistent
Bifltent 81Atelt efforts 1I011 to secure eure a church wedding weddingAH wldlng wldlngIn
AH in America Amerca no 1 in England they could couldhave culd culdhao couldhave
have been married without wihout a religious religiousceremony relgiou religiousceremony
It Is not likely that either eiher in England or orIn orIn orin
I lkely
In America Americ such lucb marriages marrilE will wl be 0 for forbidden forhlddln forhidden ¬
bidden hlddln by the civil clllaw law It I is true tre that thaan thaanatllpt an anattempt anattentpt
atllpt attempt at prohibition prohibiion Is being bing made mae In theUnited the theUnited he heUnite
United Unite States Htatf hut tho law lw of divorce dvor which whichhas whlohhR whichhas
has hR existed eilte in England Engllnd for at least lel8t fifty fiftyyears fty ftyMr fifty3oars
years Mr has hal never oer been opposed by public publicopinion puhlc puhlcopinion publicopinion
opinion All 1 that the clergy oppf of the Church Churchfhall Churchor
or Enlland England demand i is cerg that such marl marriages marriagesshah ge
shah hal not Ixi solemnized I0IemnI71 bv the clergy and andthe andthe andthe
the Vandcrhilt Indprhlt Incident Inldfnt will wil certainly cralnly cerl effect effectsomo efet efetIme effectsome
some Ime change in the Church Curh law lawI
I could culd send you the names naml of a dozen dozenpoor dozenpor dozenpoor
ministers with lth small and large largefamilies largefamilies
poor ell1 pay larpe larperamlet
families por ramlet mlnllterh who have ao refused refus py to marry mrry di divorced dloro divorced ¬
vorced oro persons when a very ver largo and andtempting andtempting andtempting
tempting pronl fee ff has hal been bon offered otero and among amongthrm amongthem amongthem
XKW YORK Yon May 4 4implicate 4Daptcate 4Duplicate
implicate Daptcate Street Namti NamtiTn XamsTo NampsTo
To THF THY itz Entree tOITR orTnr or Tnr SCN Sc ScsSfr Wr In your Issue Issueof Isue issueof
of May Ial there li I an In editorial telloral on changing duplicate duplicatestreet dup11 duplicateStreet ale aleslrel
street slrel names namt81n In the different dlrrnl boroughs boruibs at New York Yorkcity Yorktl Yorkcity
city tl which Istlmelyand I Imolrand should abolid be discussed bythe bytheprevi by the IbeIre theprei
previ Ire at the present pr nt time that blunders bluadtr and unwise unwisehanit unwisechanges I Ichanges
changes hanit may ma be avoided avoidedTake aold avoidedTake d dTakrforlnlinrt
Take Takrforlnlinrt for fnrtn3tance Instance the renaming rnmlni or the streets Ilrel In Inthe InIh inthe
the Ih Eastern I alem District Illrcl of the Ih llorough Jlrulb of Prooklyn Prooklynwhleh nrllrn nrllrnwhlth flrooklynwttlnh
whleh have north and south prefixed prnud there Is I cer certainly rr rrf cerdaInty ¬
daInty no necessity for change There are no others othersIn O b bIdedll
In f lr the borough with t of the eh same prefix pJ and It I Is a de decldcdlj decidedir
cldcdlj objectionable obJolonabl plan to name streets IIrrl for per persons pr prJI perSons ¬
sons living In 1 a neighborhood upon whom It Is sup suppnvd suppotd
pnvd JI to b 10 f inferring I an honor o pnl Hut what iallll of the thepeople thepeople g gr
people I who live In or own property al In the neighbor neighborhood i ¬
dh i Si J nr g gw
r hood hood and are obliged g nlololIJf to submit to a name e In every everywas everywar
was w distasteful dlslltlul to them themThen IhtmlTbon themThen
Then again there Iboe Is I always present r ent the Ih poulbll poulbllIty plbl posslbihip
hip during the lifetime tUmt of an Individual Indhlcuallhal that be may maybe maybo maybe
I be guilty tUII durnr ol some offence otone which will 11 dltrace dlcact him himor himor himor
or he h may ma commit eomml nome om deed which will wil land lald him himIn himIn himin
In State prison and the Ih section ttloa of the city rl so hon honored honord honored ¬
Sil ane
ored ord 11 f t In Irln the renaming rnamlnl will 11 bear bar his hi name It II Is a auejllon autAlon aurstion
uejllon whether some 1m of ollhe the Tieraaas selected tlol d for forDin lorthl forthia
thl thia Din utAlon honor should not 11 now nw lCtI he In Stale prison prisonAway prloa prloaAw prisonAway
Away Aw with wlh this Ihl kind of cheap ebap selfseektnc atltklnl honor honoror
81 II Loots Loth Unpardonable UnpardonableTo Unpadonabt UnpadonabtTo
To ins Tni na EDITOR or 0 TltESCK TiE TilE 5rN ScNSr Sir < r Your editorial editorialcomments tdlora editorialcomments
comments commonl on the terrible Irrhtr sufferings untrni of ollb the great ir41 at atM atSt
M 11 Louis Lli arc ar not likely Iktl to meet with wlh universal universalapproval unlvel universalapproval
approval apprval for some people poplo will wil contend that Iballaltd Iballaltdru Invited Invitedguests invitedgueits
guests ru al especially tllclall those Ihu of a hUh hlih official ol lal character characterare tbrclt
are entitled to be received recelvedwith with civility and alien auo
that arc propenytreated
treated I when no provision i Is made for their recep reception reception ¬
tion and accommodation 1tommodallon and ld nd when hon they Iho are not noteven nolon noteven
even on furnished lumlbte with 11h seats al on a platform piRiorm to which whichthey whichIhrl whichtldCy
they Ihrl have been Invited 111It < hut arc left It I to sit al down In Inprimitive Inprlmlle inprimitive
primitive fashion on the loor loorThe IoorTht loorThe
prlmlle The condition onlilol of ollhe the country countr about St Louis Lula has haschanger h hh haschanged
changer h nd beyond heone nil expectation rpoclalon since the date dlle of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the Louisiana Iuislall 1urchase Iurrla but the manners mannrt of oilome some someof someof
of the natives nalr thercihouu Ihrrrlhout seem Itrm to he about as ascrude a ascrude
crude crde as 1 they wen 10t er In l lu > o1 o1The 1 1The I IThe
The dedication services of the Ihoral thereat rest fair were wereno wereao wereno
no credit rcil dcdlraloa to lottie the managers manarrs arr who arc now busy hUI apolo apologizing aplo aplorllnr apolopiEcing ¬
piEcing rllnr for their various arlot neglects neglectsIIappears nOiltr nOiltrUapl neglectsilappears
IIappears Uapl au to me mlhallM that the managers manaltn have hl already alreadyshown areadr alreadyshown
shown themselves to be hI out of place and nd Incompe Incompetent IncomP incompetent ¬
tent for their responsible rllonlble positions positionsNew iosilionsrw llons llonsI
New I rw YORK YOli May I TOUN F DIXTKB DIXTKBFruit naxTasFrau UTil UTilFraU
FraU and Goat GoatFrom Goat loutFom
Fom ttu lancrl lancrlThe lAntTh ZAnCrfThe
The Th strawberry season an Is at hand hald and this de delicious deticious ¬
licious 1 lou fruit frl Is not nl vrlthouHts wlbou 1 advocates adoralol as to Its Itsadvinlagca II itsadvantages
advantages adanlrr In rheumatism Indeed Indtd some Ime cave caverone bavaIone haverone
rone Ione the length to state that strawberries Mrlwbrlr may not notonly nl nlonl notonly
only onl be taken with 11h Impunity Impunll by b the rheumatic rhrumalc and andgouty andIoul andgouly
gouty Ioul hut with 11b distinct dlalnellcnlaro1 advantage If not relief rltl rltlII It Itts Itts
ts II a somewhat curious 1urou coincidence olnrldtnt therefore that thatIn lll lllIn thatin
In the b strawberry Itrawborr the presence of salicylic alrUo acid acidwhich a acIdwhich ld ldwhlrh
which I ii i a specific In acute rheumatism rhoumalam has been beendefinitely ben bendtnnlrlr beendefinitely
definitely dtnnlrlr established oal bllhrd s 1 a matter maltr of ollael fact salicylic salicylicacid 61110 61110artd utinyiioacId
acid would ould appear to be a normal noral constituent on lucnl of ofmost 01mot ofmost
most mot fruits lrla At any rate tl this acid acd has b ba been found foundnot foundpot
not 101 only In the th atrawbcrry labrr but In grapes Imps apples tpplrsplums rpplr rpplrplum applesplums
plums ornngfs ofni and aae chcrrlai rhrrlt although alhourh the amount amountla
la 1 1 probably leas loa than one milligramme mllrrant lone one sixty sixtyfourth 81sl slztyfourth
fourth toUrh of a grain rrln per pl kilogramme klotramt uso two 0 pounds pund of offruit 01fnl offruit
fnl fruit It In I hardly hardl possible therefore Ihorlor that Ihll the thestrawberry Ibtlawhr theatrawherryshouid
strawberry atrawherryshouid lawhr should have anyspeclflc an pc nr medicinal mtdltlna effect effectattrlbclable elt1 elt1aUrbtlable clientattr1btab1e
attrlbclable aUrbtlable to t the th Mllcyllc IUcle acid present presentA pm nl nlI
A few I weeks back there Ihr wan 18 recorded rored In our ourcolumn ourrlum oureolurnne
column rlum a formidable case ea of olpru sprue In which alra alrabtrrs strawberries straw strawberries
berries btrrs I the diet appeared allleatd to act ct as a specific 6poln In Inthe Ine intile
the e dlse se t A h Is well wcl known most fruits possess posseasmil 100 100alaC possessntlacirbutic
alaC mil ntlacirbutic sc < rbutlc rbule properties prponlt and contain salts all which whichreadily wbleha11 whichreadily
readily a11 become btom convened rn ntd Into carbonates earn In the thesystem IbeIun thesystem
system Iun thus thu tending to maintain mlnlaln an alkaline lkaUn con condltlonand rn rndilnaand conditionand
dltlonand dilnaand preventing prnnlnllh the formation lonaton of ofacid cld ld deposits depositsThe depla deplaTho depositsThe
The fact however lownr that Mllcyllc Uclt acid ard exists tslt nor normally normal normalii ¬
mally mal In fruits Irull Is I of ollnltulln Intf Interest rest In connection eunn lloa with wlh the theuse Ihtuse theuse
use of salicylic S1 1le acid ard n 11 as a preservative In jams Jam It ItIs I iiis
Is I posSIble Jble that some mt magistrates macl tlltl may ma regard tiad this thisnatunfloccurcnceoflhc Ibl IblMIU thisnaturib
natunfloccurcnceoflhc MIU naturib oetutn occurence t olho of the arid tld In f lulls hul as a plausible plausibledefenrte paulblo paulblodoltn plausibledefen
defenrte doltn In those IhO roses In which proceedings Itrttdlnl are aretaken ar aretaken
taken lak n for the addition a < dllon of inull aQU quantities < ualloa of the thepreservative thepresenative
preservative prenalhe
Grateful Orteful f for r Illi HliUoedOflleis flood Goo OffleM 0 In Averting AvertingWar AverttnWar nrlDI nrlDIWar
War With 1th Salvador SalvadorWinniNOTON SIYaor SIYaorWmNOToH SalvadorWACHINOTOH
WinniNOTON May ay 5 1PeldIt 1PeldItvllt 6President Presldwit Reese Hooevelt Reeseveit
velt vllt recently renty tendered tendlre his good go office omC to toavert toaver toavert
avert aver war between btwon Guatemala Outeml and ane Salva Salvador Blva Blvador Salvador ¬
dor and 00 a result a peace pac agreement agommt was wasmade wasmade
made which prevented prevente a conflict cflc not only
Involving Involvng those thO countries cuntrlE but the whole of ofCentral ofCentral ofCentral
Central America Americ The Te gratitude gattude of Presi President Prel Preldent Prealdent ¬
dent Estrada Eltrada of Cltiatemala Cuatemal ia I expressed expressedIn expl
In a letter leler to President Predont Roosevelt ROvelt to which whichan whichIn
an In appropriate response reRpn was wn sent Int today todayThe toayThe todayThe
The letters JoleT follow followTUB followIiiE
folow folowTit
OlATKUAIA April 6 1903 1903Vol 1P03lfosI
Vol oll Kfrrlltnl Jrrltnl Mr Ir Thiodore fCATIUIA RaontMlL APrJI I 1rctiilrnl llrr llrrrenl 1rcti irCafdent 11
dent renl of the 1t Uniltd Un lrl led Mote WaiMnoton WaiMnotonMOHT 1VashinfonMIJItT 0111101
MOHT UIT KXCKILPNT 1XClLLFST Bin SI I have the honor honorto
to nddrofH nddrl H your Excellency for the purpose purposeof plrptf
of pxpreisUiir IXprfSUHC In the Exctlenoy name of my country and nndin lid lidIn andin
in mi 1 niy own the te highest hlRbl8t gratitude Irttudf for the thefriendly therrllldh thefrierioiv
friendly frierioiv nnd Ind brother brotherly course couuo followed rolowod by byyour byolr byyour
your olr hxcollcncy xIllncy on an occasion occldon of supreme supremeImportance SI supremelinportanco prtmo prtmoInprlnco
Importance Inprlnco In flimtetnRla Ciultmlla when a I disturb disturbHhcc diltub disturbpIned
pIned Inol of the Ihl pence was contemplated oontmplatd In con connection connpclol confleetinit ¬
nection npclol with pauo the recent political Iloltcal events cVnt In InCentral InCenlrl intentral
Central Cenlrl America Amfrlcn
The noblo offices omcel of your YOlr Excellency ExcellencyBtflt EJcelency
hlve have clrtnln certainty hod much t to do with the pace pacearrnnlemlnt peace peacearrangement
arrnnlemlnt arrangement lind I CCnlder consider It my dut duty t to tostate
state IUlt MB 18 j I hereby do how highly hllhly they thty are arettpprcclnted areupprellntld areappreciated
appreciated upprellntld by b the people and tho Govern Oovcrnment Oovernment Government
ment of Guatemala Uuat poplf all tho more morl an RI the tht In Invnhmbln Invnlunble inVflhIlfltll
vnhmbln Intercession tntfrcl8alon lrll al of the worthy Chief ChiefM ChidluIHtrtA ChiefMegistrate
M Megistrate luIHtrtA Kl tnitn of HIP th United Unitd States Stts of America Arnerlcawn8 Americanl
was nl disinterested dJAlntlrlstll and cordial and has In Inmy I InIll
my I Ill eye ln eves the twofold merit mfrlt of being llnl the best bestand fsstand 8t 8tnnd
and truest truPt pxpre Ixprlslol expression 9ion of the sentiments tntment of ofGenerous orIPlfrOl8 ofgenerous
Generous Hyrupiithy with which we e have over overbeen everen overIwen
been IPlfrOl8 Iwen en favored tnvortd lymllthy by b the tbt polished American nation nationand naton natonRnd notionand
and at lt present prlstnt by b ItS It Illustrious Ihl8trious chief tho thomost tho10Rt thomost
most 10Rt excellent excelenl Mr Roosevelt KoosrveltBo Hooervllt HooervlltDc
Bo pleased to accept aC fpt with the above abve ex expressed expressed ¬ I IptRed
pressed ptRed sentiments IlntmcntR the specIal and personal personalassuraiicen Plonal Plonal18SlraltfS personalassurailees
assuraiicen 18SlraltfS of distinguished dlstlnlutshed consideration considerationwith con tderaUon tderaUonwith
with which I am your our Excellencys Exclencys most mostobedient mostobtdltnt mostobedient
obedient obtdltnt and true servant servantMANUEL eenaMMASVEL servantMAztJEL
EXCELLENCY EtEIESCY I have Ino received tho letter letterwhich lettr lettrwhich letterwhich
which you Ou did me the honor to t address to me meon meon meon
on the thl l 16th th ultimo ultmo expressive nxprtllvo of r the appro approclatlon apprcdaton approeiatloa
clatlon daton of the Government Covernmpnt and people at atiURtcniala atUuatemala atGuatemala
Guatemala of the course of the Government Governmentof Goverment Govermentor
of the Lnlt lnited d States In connection with the therecent thorlcelt therecezit
Lnltd ltat eonnecton
recent rlcelt events olent In II Central America The TheJovernment Thoovlrment fheiovcrnmcnt
Jovernment ovlrment of the tnlfd I Cntral States StteR having havlnt t at atheart atheart atheart
heart the welfare wetare of IU lt sister Ristr republics rplblcl Is at atall lt ltal atall
all lend with withInterest with111Irllni withimpartIal
al times UIC8 when hpn requested glad iiad to t
111Irllni impartIal frlend8h friendship relleted p ttl tts Iood good omces tn the thetnttr8t theInterest
Interest tnttr8t of peace and harmony among them themadjustment themInd themand
Ind and It II is hllhh highly traUlol gratifyinv to amonl me tha that the thAtortl theeiorts
eiorts tortl or thtl this Government for the frendly frendlyIdJuRtment friendly friendlyadjustment
adjustment IdJuRtment of the recent differences dllereDoR In Cen Central Cln Clntral Centrai ¬
tral America receIve 111 so 0 cordial cordil a recognition recognitionfrom reolntton reolnttonfrom redognittonfrom
from your Excellency EJcplenlY Wishing for yourselfand yourself yourselrand yourselfI
and fo for thl the Oovermlnt Government and peple people of mate Ouatemala matemals
mala abundant prosperity and happiness happlneMaal happinessI
I avail myself of polperty this opportunity to t offer oler to toyour toFscelelcy toyoUr
aal mAlt opprtunity
your Excellency Fscelelcy the assurances aluracts of my dm dmHnioilBhed dlsIntul diaIlngtiished
HnioilBhed Intul hfd consideration considerationTHEODORE consideraton consideratonTUrODORB considerationTn
tnlon Union Square Suare Merchant Are Suing Hoi Hoibrook 101 101brook Ilolbrook
brook Cabot k Daly DalyThe Dal DalThe DalyThe
The suit lult of the Linton Liton Pharmacy Phaay a con corporation cr crpraton conporatlon ¬
poration praton in business buines at Seventeenth Svententh street streetnnd strt strtlnd streetand
lnd and Union Square Suare to t recover rover 20000 200 from fromHolbrook rromHolbrook fromHolbrook
Holbrook Cabot Caht A Daly tunnel Wn1 suboon suboontractors subcn subcntrctor subcontractors
tractors trctor was Wa argued yesterday YCterday before beforoSupreme bforl beforeSupreme
Supreme Suprme Court Cur Justice Juto McCall Mcl J B BMcDonald BMcDonald BMcDonald
McDonald and the Metropolitan Metropltn Street StreetRailway Stret StreetHallway
Railway were made defendant in the
Milt 11 but Justice Justic McCall McCal
as 1 against agaltt all al but the Bubooritraotore suboortrotor The Theplaintiff Theplalntlr Theplaintiff
plaintiff plalntlr asserted 8rto that its business bulnel had been beeninjured bn bnmjured beeninjured
injured by the excavations excavationsWilliam excavationsWilliam
excvatons excvatonsWiim
Wiim William Barclay BarcIa Parsons Palns chief con consulting conultng consuiting ¬
suiting ultng engineer engier of a the Rapid Rpid Transit Trait Com Commission Cm Cmmllon Cornmission ¬
mission mllon testified tetife that the work could not nothave nothav nothave
hav have been bn done safely and expedItiously expedltiouilyexcept expltoull expltoullexcpt expedItiouslyexcept
except excpt as a the subcontractors fubntrtor did it and andthat ad adthat andthat
that the obstructions complained of
obRtrctloM cmplaie were werenecessary werenecAr werenecessary
necessary and ad unavoidable John B BMcDonald BMcDonald BMcDonald
McDonald necAr gave similar simiar testimony testimonyFor tetmony tetmonyFor
For the Linton Pharmacy Pharmay It was con contended cn cntnded contendIel ¬
tended that its business bUlln had been bn hurt by bythe bythe bythe
the removal rlmoal of tho Metropolitan Metrpolta tracks tracksfrom tracMfrom tracksfrom
from the centre cntr of the street strt to t the curb curbline crb crblne curbline
line lne and ad the erection erllon of a trestle trte and ad plat platform plat platform ¬
form which prevented prvEntEd the access aol of car carriages cr cre carniages ¬
riages e or wagons waon to the store stor and ad compelled compelledpedestrians compled compledetrl compelledpedestrians
pedestrians etrl to t approach apprh the pharmacy phaay phaayy pharmacyby
by y a circuitous clrcltW route routeA rute ruteA
A similar BiUar suit was wa brought by Alfred Are B BMarx BMar BMarx
Marx Mar a billiard blr table tble manufacturer muaurr of
24 Union Square Justice Justio MoCall MoCI after afterhearing afterhearing afterhearing
hearing the Sur evidence evidenc In I both bth reserved reserveddecision rrved rrveddeiion reserveddecision
decision decisionBILLS deiion deiionBIlS decisionBILLS
Het He Pondering Ponderns Most II0t of Them Tem bat bu Vetoes VetoetFlreboat VetoesFireboat etoN etoNFrboat
Fireboat Frboat Mrni Men Bill BillMayor 01 HillMayor
Mayor Low Lw reserved rerve decision deion yesterday yesterdayon ytrday ytrdayon
on the bill bi increasing the salaries fre of Mu Municipal Munloipl Municipal ¬
nicipal nloipl Court Cour Justices Justcs In Manhattan Manhata The ThoBronx TheBronx TheBronx
Bronx and Brooklyn from trm J0 0000 to t S000 S000Richmond qo 4000Richmond
Richmond Ichmond and Queens Quen Justices Juto oppose it itThe Itle itThe
The le Mayor vetoed eto a bill b1 permitting prmitng opp pilots pilotsengineers pilotsengineers iot
engineers and stokers on the city cl ty nreboata nreboatato frbab
to enlnor ho made mae members membr of the uniformed unfone force forcewithout for forcewithout
without ihout examination examnation and ad a bill bi compelling compellingtho cmpling cmplingthe
the city cty to provide provdo headquarters hequlrel in The TheBronx TheBronx TheBronx
Bronx for or an exempt firemens fremen association associationSheriff alaton alatonSherf associationSheriff
Sheriff Sherf OBrien OBren spoke spkl In favor of a measure measureincreasing m8un measureincreasing
increasing IncraE the salary slar of the under sheriff sherifffrom sherlr sherifffrom
from frm 15000 10 < np to 10 0000 a year and the salaries salariesof slarl8 slarl8of
of assistant lstnt deputy sheriffs from Si000 Si000to 10 1Ooo 1Oooto
to SI5 1500 a year The Te Mayor Myor said sid he would wouldconsider wouldcnder wouldconsider
consider the bill billComptroller billComptroller
cnder bi
Comptroller Comptroler Grout opposed a I bill bi to keep keepin kep
in office ofo the Atlantic Atlatc opp Avenue Improvement ImprovementCommission Imprvcment ImprvcmentCmmlMlon ImprovementCommission
Commission CmmlMlon at StO 10 each eh a meeting meting to t super supervise supervise ¬
vise 1 the repaying of the avenue after supr the thetracks thetrekl thetracks
decision decisionA deision deisionA trekl tracks are ar rpvng sunk The Mayor Mor reserved reserveddecision resrve reserveddecision
A delegation delegton of thirty try matrons matrn employed employedIn
In I n the city ciy prisons rson urged the Mayor to t ap approve a aproo approve ¬
prove the hllnorng hill Increasing their thei salaries sarN which whicharo whichare whichare
are now S 500 at the most mOt to I 400 750 75 and an
S9 900 according to length of service srvc Com Commissioner Cm Cmmllioner Cornmissioner ¬
mllioner missioner Hynes Hyne opposed lengh it Thc Mayor Mayorsaid Mayorsid Mayorsaid
said sid he would look lok opps into it itV itv
V lr 1 UNIVERSITY TO DROP PH B Bmil Bfll Bwili
mil fll Give ie Only Onl Two Bachelor helor Decree Drsre In Inthe tnthe inthe
the Future FutureAnnouncement Ftur FutureAnnouncement
Announcement Anounoment was wa made at Now York YorkUniversity YorkUniverity YorkUniversity
Univerity University yesterday Yoteray of an a Important Importantchange Imprnt Imprntchange Importantchange
change in I the granting grntng of degrees degres In Infuture Infutur Infuture
future futur only two degrees degrs those thos of A B Band Band Band
and B 8 will be 0 given In the college coleg 1 A B Btaking Btaking Btaking
taking in the course cour formerly forArl loading IMang to toPh toPh
Ph B Chancellor MacCracken said of the
Te oTe me o main distinction ditncton in past pat years yel be between betweon ¬
tween ton the baccalaureate balaurte degree de r In I arts artsand art artsand
and ad that in philosophy phlOophy has h been bn that the theformer theforor theformer
former foror indicated idicate that the student had hadstudied hd hd8tudlt hadstudied
studied 8tudlt Greek Orek for at least leRt four or five fve years
By almost general generl consent consnt colleges clegN ya have havetherefore havel1 haveteased
l1 teased e to emphasize mphRlz Grk Greek This colege colegetherror college collegetherefore
therefore therror joins jolnt the th great company of older oldercolleges oldercolegl oldercolleges
colleges colegl in conning cNlng to make any a especial especialnote eplal eplalnote especialnote
note of the thl election eleion which the student studentmokes studentmaes studentmakes
makes maes French FrenchNew Frnch FrenchNew between betwen Greek Or k and German Germa and ad i
New York University Unellty is i one of the last lastcolleges lat latcoleg lastcolleges
colleges coleg < to accept acpt this thl change changeDROP chage chageDnOp changeDI1OP
For the Year lar Jnit Ot Cloned Closr the Lowest LNt In InIiUmls InIlanS InIslands
Islands IlanS IlUt Iltor h1litor h1litorWARIIINOT0N ory oryWASHINGTON i iW
WASHINGTON W A8JNOTON May 8 6In In a report Ipr to the theState theState theState
State Department Deprment Mr Squires Sulr8 the United UnitedStaten Unie UnitedStates
Staten Stats Minister Mlniter to Cuba Cb Bays s that since slncoJan slo sinceJan
Jan Jai J 1890 18 the beginning bginning of the American Americanoccupation Americn Americnouption Americanoccupation
occupation ouption of the island Islnd there ther has h been beent br
a grt groat dlcrf decrease In the Cban Cuban death rte rteand rate rateand
and the rte rate of the year JUt just t cloned clo was the
lowest lowelt In I the inlands history h11tor being bln WI 21 2110 2110pr 2119per 10 10per
per pr 1000 10 while hle that of Washington Washingtn D C CTVRB CWI Cvap
TVRB WI vap 2121 2121 per 1000 1000Between 10 1000Between
Between Dt wen pr 1870 and the thf present prAnt time tme the
highest hhthtlt death rato was 8 0103 0103 per 1 i00o 000 In
18 18 1808 8the the year of the Spanish Splh war pr when whln 10 tho thoroconoentratlon thorcn theruconcentratton
roconoentratlon rcn ntrton camps cmls were wer In I operation operationand operationand
opraton opratonand
many people pple were 11 starving Itnlng
Tho lowest lowel rate rtt In the Spanish Sp h regime regimewas MglmeWa r4gimewas
was Wa 2030 23 per pr 1000 10 in 188S 18 and the average averagerate
rate rt for the thirty thlr years rear ending 1000 10 averg wSs wa
4105 4105 per pr 1000 1000To 10 10To 1000To
To Revise Hospital 10llitai Corps Co Half HalfWASHINGTON RWNWRINOTON JI JIWtsillNGToh
WASHINGTON WRINOTON May a 6A A board br of army armyofficers Iry IryOmOr armyomcwret
officers OmOr has been bn ordered ordere to me mot moot ot In this thiscity thlRcity thiscity
city on May IB to revise rvl revliethat that part p partof of the tolm1 tolm1rglBtonl army armyregulations armyregulations
regulations rglBtonl referring rrrrng to the Hospital Hopltl Corps Crp
The board U composed of
bard I cmp Major Mjor Charles Crlt
F Mason Mun and Capt Cp Fronds Frca A Winter and
Frederick Frfrlck P Reynolds Rynol of the Medical Mllol Mllolpment De Deportment Dopartnsent ¬
portment pment They Tey are instructed IntrcE to t outline outlinerules outlinerules
outlne outlnenlO
rules nlO for first flt aid ad and prepare pr pr a scheme AhfmOBlr and andcourse andcourse
course MUn of Instruction InAtnlclon for members membr of the
Hospital Ho pllal Corp and nd consider clldr the desirability
of a Bide arm for members membr of the corps cr derabity
Southern atblm Judge dU11 Calls Cal Upon Upu the Whltei WhlteiU mlf1 mlf1t Wblt cam camIlli CIlIRI
U t Do Their Teir Duty Put by b the Race RaceNr Ro RaceNay
Nr Nay r OHLKANH ORIRNf May s IIn 5In In his hl charge chargyesterday nut
yesterday yeumRY to tho Lincoln Lncl county cuty Mi MiGrand MlA Mls Mlsliand C
Grand Ord Jury Jur Judge Robert Rbr Powell Powl onlUM onlUMupon 011 calle calleupon
upon upn tho Grand Omne Jury Jur to act at vigorously vigorouslyand vgoru ly Ut rhtlC 011150 011150and
and by Indictment suppress 8Uppl the whio whiocapping whi whicapping IJlf J
capping cppig which has existed exitodln In Lincoln Uncln county cunty Th Th0 Aid Aldohloe Aidfor d dfor <
for several 8verl month monthl Tho lawlessness Inw U Udirected II ohloe ohl appl applorHuoklol appldired appldirected
directed dired against the negro negr labor lbr on planta plantations plnta ¬ orHuoklol orHuoklolaoroiw or Uuokle Uuokletione
tions tonl operated oprted by nonresidents nonrsldent and mer merchants mtr ¬ aoroiw aorO nross Mai MaiWhen M M Mchants
chants cht It I has ha run rn a large lrge amount amount of thU thUlabor thl When Wen th ththree thlbr thlabor
labor lbr out of the county cunty The Judge Judg saId snitlI Bie three thr hour hourThoBronx hou houI
I confess cnfepentletol gentlemen that I cant ct under understand WldprThoDrnx WldprThoDrnx81nd ¬ ThoBronx ThoBronxof Tho Bronx Bronxstand
stand 81nd this foolish folh hostility ho tity to the negro negroHe niro of the Iran IranU franHe
He is here her without wlhout his cement clelt and an turn turnundoubtedly trobot othotra whoIOtOd whoIOtOdundoubtedly
undoubtedly undoubtdly he must mUlt remain In largo lrgo num numbers film ¬ U to > say tha thagoing thaOI thahers
hers OI Ho has hR boon bn eliminated elmlnaud by our con constitution cn ¬ t going on oni onAtuton Oftetltution
stitution and ad laws lW8 from all al political control aln
Atuton pltC i Members Membersfranoli
Ho asks nkl not for social Iclll recognition rcnltlon Hi HiI litonly Memor
11 1 franoli franolic
asks the or workin t t r rhut
only aks poor prvllge privilege working for fo
I his hi dally diy bread brd por In peace pao and to Indulge Indulgehopo th c vam ao ° rbr befoi befoibirs bofohope 0 0hop
hope hop that tho coming cming years yol may brine brinesomething brlnl birs t who whosomething 10 108m9thlng t tfew
better his hi br
something 8m9thlng bler to t posterity plterty ateww few we wethe w
MWe We of the white race have have all al tho offloM offloMof
wht rc ofC aNe New Y Yto
of from Governor to the
power frm conBlabl conBlabland consuthloand
t cnlthl cnlthlad
and ad pwer the negro negr in i Imply the creature cratur of 0 f our ourmercy o to t cross ol tl tlrwterday t tmery I Imercy
mercy mery ItKtrikoHmo I It ftrikM strikes me that for us UI to t oppreM oppreMwhere oppreN yesterday yesterdaywhere rwterdaythe
where wher we should protect protet to t debase deb whvro whvrowe whr the yteray yteraywher t Union UnionAn Unon Unioncc
we cc 0 might 11 I life up a n unmanly nnd unworthy unworthyof unnofll unreort to An Anddd odd oddInterborou
of the proud race to which we belong
Stand by the nobler rac traditions trditons of your beloll ran ranand ra Interborou Interboroucause Iotr Inter 1 rf rfand rou rouand U
and let It be b understood undentld once onc and for all alt cause cU of 0 a apendent aIn ftitt
in Lincoln Lncln county cunty that no man mn or set st of ofmen pendent on ontracks onmel oftmen
men mel are ar so 1 powerful pwerful that the strong ami amiof url tracks pndent ove ovesay 0 0of oof
of the law lw cannot cnnot reach them t or so lowly
this fr frIt
that the broad shield of the law cannot cannotprotect cannotprotect say
protect them themOur It was cert certsmen certOUr
Our mother motherStateGod StateGod bl bless < wi herwoundrv herwoundrvand men did no noother It Itand
and despoiled OH she has been by the cru crul l lravages other died diedThe diedravages
ravages of war is at last lifting her taos fawto The Unl Unlpartloularlj <
to the rising sun un of a better day and pressinz pressinzonward partloularlj partloularljover ticuharl
onward and upward with giant strides in inthe the b bthe
the great race of industrial development developmentLot over the r Board Boardthe <
Lot UB not hamper her In her Btrugglfi by the official officialto
terrorizing capital and forbidding Imtalgrt Imtalgrttion
an anbeen
to see
tion Rather lot It be understood amen amonour
our people and by the stranger who Is witliin witliinour been franchise franchiseWhen goesl goeslfranchise oral >
our gates that life liberty and prop propnre propuiy When the themltteo
are secure to all within our borders 1 I call callupon mltteo 1 1came
upon you as Christian and civilized men mento
u uHo a
to rally to the standard of the law and put putdown water came be
down this miserable iii
whitecapplngIn your yourcommunity
Ho lb did BO BOcompany
community communityHEETTS
company companyward companyBENNETTS <
HEETTS stti rnxa DA rs o VEIL IEiiIlls
ward when whenwas
meetit meetitof
Ills Son Auctioned Off Ills Collection of ofTraps ofTraps was
of that boi boiwith
Traps and lie Died night Away AwayNEW with LtI a mat matbeing maNEW
NEW HAVEN May 6 5Benjamin Benjamin Franklin FranklinBennett being a lot lotmltt lo loBennett
Bennett aged 77 who was known through throughout ¬ mltt d an anthe
the franch franchcondition
out Connecticut as the man who would wouldtrade condition tl tlfor I
trade anything but his wife and his old oldwhite for a trans transsystem tranawhite
white horse died at his home in Willlmantio Willlmantiotoday system systemWhile systemtoday
today heartbroken because his Bon sold soldat While Mr MrHafffti M Mat
at auction yesterday all his collection of ofrelied ofrellct Hafffti of 1 1This
This fn fnpeople
relied for fifty years Among the relic relicwas relics people of ofwas 1 1Alderman
was a secondhand pulpit which was picked pickedup Alderman Aldermandaro Aldermanup
up by Bennett in Litchfiold county and andwhich darn to y ywhich vo voIs
which brought 30 cents centsIn Is tiltS thlflPerhaps tiltSIn
In 1848 Mr 1r Bennett wanted the nomina nomination ¬ Perhaps II IIfranchlHO I Ition
tion for Representative in the Connecticut ConnecticutLegislature franchise I Iis ILegislature
Legislature from Mansfield but a rival rivalcandidate is not thu tliicandidate I Iin
candidate received tho prize Not cast castdown in our part partslaughter par parclown
down Bennett made a visit to his rivals rivalshome alatigIit4rhome slaughter a atlons
home and offered to swap a secondhand secondhandorgan tons It Ittho itorgan
organ for the nomination He made tlm tlt tho ho leadei
was nominated 11 11won
won for him the most notoriety was at the thoclose that If tlw tlwtha itt ittclose
close of the Civil War when he traded a abunch the part partbtincli o oBaa
bunch of building lots in Wlndham for forseventeen Baa such suchseventeen tl tlas
seventeen old watches with and without withoutworks as wo ha hay hayworks vi viMr
works worksBennetts Mr Wafe Wafehe Vaf VafBennetts
Bennetts mania to swap was noticeable noticeablewhen he was ap apwhen
when as a lad he lived in Mystic and traded tradedJackknives CuvIIller Ctiy1llItlackknies w win
Jackknives marbles fif fish > h lines and hooks hooksHe in HID jiii jiiihe pub pubroadH
He always carried a supply of these articles artlclosHe roadH Corn ConnSpring CornHe
He gradually accumulated a modest modestfortune modestfortune Spring
fortune but he still continued to travel travelfrom Pnmldent PnmldentMr Prtft4ideirtfrom
from one end of Connecticut to the other othergathering Mr Clot Chaon Clotgathering
gathering up all kinds of stuff Ho drove drovnan on ° tire flu fluimivid fluan
an old white horse and always took with withhim frtionL a ahim
him his wife When iton they were at home homethey mivid III jvrI jvrIthey i iVicoChal
they lived in Windham but at least eight eightmonths eightmonths VicoChal VicoChalelding
months of the year wa was spent on the road roadThe siding ord ordlier or orThe
The accumulations of years were stored storedIn 0lar 0larin
In every everycorner corner of his house and for the last lastfew lier afterwj afterwjthe afteiWfew
few months since Bennett had bean In Inpoor the amend amendbetween amen amenpoor
poor health all the comfort he took was between betrIn th thtemB
In In viewing those old relics Yesterday temB temBAldermai temshis
his Bon determined to get rid of the eel collection ¬ Aldermai Aldermaiman Aldermaleetion
who whoof whoload
lection and had an auction When the last lastload man
load of his valuables loft the house the old oldman of tracks taoksman i iwan
man wont to his room and this morning morningwhen wan first firstwhen a aMr
when W his son sent to call him he found foundhim Mr Pan Panutes Pa Pahim
him dead deadFIGHT utes of ofMarkB t tMarks
Marks had hadThoreup hadFIGHT
FIGHT AGAIST BORAX DUTY DUTYChloaco Thoreup Thoreupnot Thereti Theretinot
not recolle recollethere recoh recohcislesre
Chloaco Concern to Test Decision to toSupreme there was washe p pSupreme
he had hadpaiys b bI
Supreme Court CourtWASiriNOTOX
paiys a1
WASiriNOTOX May 5 6The The validity of th thTreasury the I dont dontthis don t tTreasury
Treasury ruling against the granting of a arebate this board boardtp boardrebate
rebate of the duty on Imported borax used usedIn tp ti say Y will willnuapcrso willas
In curing meats afterward exported has hasbeen nuapcrso nuapcrsowent as went a penso on onthis
been brought before the Supreme Court Courtthrough this tlti matte mattecharge mattthrough
through the application of the Anglo AngloAmerican charge we weIn w wAmerican
American Provision Company of Chicago Chicagofor In favor o ohave ofor
have bear heaning
for a review of the judgment of the Federal FederalDistrict
ing IB bel belThe
District Court in Illinois and the Circuit CircuitCourt The distil distilsituations dlatiCourt
Court of Appeals sustaining the Depart Departments ¬ situations situationsThe sittiationsmonts
ments position positionThe The opp opproll op
The company to which the Treasury ro rofused roll calls callsfused c cit
fused the rebate brought suit to recover recoverthe it Up to tovotes tothe
the duty paid on the imported borax it ithad votes and andhad an anhad
had usedwithin used within a certain period of 1001 1001alleging had voted votedyielded votedalleging
alleging that it was entitled to it under the thelaw yielded to tocolleague tolaw
law as the borax entered Into the manufar manufarture colleague colleaguesturn colleagueImmedli
turn of cured meat and the process of pul pulverizing ¬ Immedli Immedlidefeated Immedlverirlng
verizing It was In Itself a process of ofmanufacture defeatedmanufacture defeated defeatedIt
manufacture manufactureThe It Mr Mrconslrierei MrThe
The Department was sustained on both bothcontentions conslrierei conslriereimeantime conaldarecontentions
contentions and the Supreme Court Is now nowasked meantime meantimecontent meantimeaskod
asked to correct those errors errorsCounsel content consentCounsel t tNow <
Counsel for the provision company in inhis Now NowWafer Nowhis
his brief urging this action makes tIm tliorather Wafer af afth afrather
rather startling atartlin assertion that for all practi practical ¬ th the franc francof franccal
cal purposes the suit is one between the tholooking of 40 to 33 33tip 32nackthg
looking Industries of the country on the ono onoland tip again againmeantlmi
land and the borax trust on the other otherand meantlmi meantlmiamended meantimand
and the evidence of ono of the companies companiesofficials amended amendedof amendedofficials
officials chows it was forced to uto Imported Importedborax of transf transfChairni t ranefborax
borax because of the high price fixed by ny that thutrust Chairni ChairniCounsel Clairnitrust
trust on the American product productPORTO Counsel Counselpower I Ipower
power powerPORTO w wof
PORTO RICOS CtlMV CLAIM CLAIMFor of Efitlm Efitlmterms Edt Edtterms
terms an anrejected anFor
For 1000000 milrh len Wood De Declined ¬ rejected rejectedAt
At tha
dined to Pay
ether m
WASHINGTON May 5 Fcdonco moved movedtan
tau resident commissioner from Porto PortoRico was earn earnRico
Rico has presented to the State Depart Department ¬ moved movedment
ment in behalf of the insular Govern Government ¬ take pin pinAgain
mont a claim of about 1000000 against againstthe fui th
the Government of Cuba CubaThe franchise
The money represented in thi this claim claimwas that the thewas
was loaned to Cuba by Porto Rico It i ialleged p
upo upoalleged
alleged when both itlands were under undfrSpanish nlht an
Spanish rule ruleGen Un ens v
Gen Leonard Wood when Governor GovernorGeneral From
General of Cuba declined to pay the claim claimon claimon
on the theground ground that it was based on n Iran trmvtion j don
tion of o the Spanish Government and ww wwfor > The Bron
for tho benefit of that Government anti nt ntfor fl t oad b
for the l benefit neflt of Cuba CubaMr Waf
Mr Degetau has asked the State Depart Department Departmont ¬ thSt1 the
mont to request the present Cuban Govern Government ¬ far o on onmont
mont to pay the amount of the claim Tlf TlfDepartment For no
Department has not determine the courw courwi eour ings and
to i be pursued pursuedPHILIPPINES the Char Charehis
many of
First Remittance llrcehed for Deposit DepositIn talk he heIn
In the Treasury TreasuryWASHINQTON that it w wWAShINGTON
WAShINGTON May STlu United States StatesTreasurer the franc francTreasurer
Th fo foof
Treasurer has received the first nmittarv nmittarvof
of the new Philippines certificate for forposit dc < win tIam tIamposit
posit in the Treasury as security for Frdiril Frdirildeposits P Cbs Do Doa DoCbs
deposits in the national nat ional banks The aim u ureceived a am t treceived
received was 300000 300000The 0505 Tarn TarnThe
The total Issue of Philippines ocrtiUvi1 ocrtiUvi1was Rlohmond Rlohmondwas Tnm i
was t3XX000 and it is I tire BXPT expectIti II IIthat hJrooklnj hJrooklnjthat
that a large numlxr of th tbs < > ortil ortilwill Hs r rwill
will be deposited in tlieTrruMiry I lie Treasury by naH naHhanks nal i l Id Marks Ct aol aolbanks
hanks which wIt cli wish to rroivo rectivu Kideral m nttY i ion 1 1on
on deposit depositTh Iatrnan
Th The certificates will IK > accepted In pkvv pkvvof pim Iuchtr Iuchtrof
of Unltttd Stolen bonds for this purp purpprovided > Iitp B Bprovided
provided they bo substituted for lx lxalready lo < < lyn lynalready
already in the Treasury but which i iproposed it tvrpj Wen Wenproposed
Queens Queensflat
Iwisin of IK IKnational
proposed to redeposit as a
ep Br
national flat anal bank circulation circulationTHE hattan
g gTIlE
701 5 told
1IOOOO 1emonn KaUl In lie Nlanlnc NlanlncKw Staninshsvansi °
Kw hsvansi ng l lro Irosinte lnrr lnrrWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON May 5 The State 1 Vpa Vpament hieago hieagotort
c tort
ment received n telegram from fromMcWadeat frontttcWadeat
McWadeat Canton todav sayinz rain thai thaifamino rttafamine
famine MOS increasing In Kwatigsl provli provliand pretiand
and t he s it uat nation ion was becoming more aia aiaIng slalug >
lug About Aboutlloooo 150000 person are arostarvtbg MarviiiK a

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