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I Partly Partlytloudy cloudy tonight and andtomorrow I k THESUNDAY THE SUNDAY TIMES TIMESIllustraed TIMEStomo I
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I showers S h overs light 19 winds Vln d s I tAng L III THE NEWS FROM Washlagloa WashlagloaTHE ALL gl glI glS THE WORLD WORLDNUMBER WORLDNUMBER
Statue St StatuelJnveiled tlle Unveiled at Entrance Entranceto
His immortality ImrnortalityEstablished ort IityEstab1ishea Established We Can Cannot Cannot Cannot ¬
not Add to His Fame FameHe FameHe FameHe
He Says SaysNEW SaysEW SaysNEW
NEW EW YORK YORKlIay May 30 300ne One of the prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal events of o Decoration Day here was wasthe wasthe wa8the
the unveiling of the St Gaudens statue statueof
of General William Tecumseh Sherman Shermanat
at the Fifth Avenue and Fiftyninth FiftyninthStreet FittyninthStreet FiftyninthStreet
Street entrance to Central Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The Grand Army veterans a detach detachment detachment detachiiient ¬
ment of regulars and nd the National NationalGuard NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard made a splendid appearance WithMaj WithMaj With WithMaj
Maj Gen Adna Adna R Chaffee as as grand grandmarshal grandmarshal grandxnarahal
marshal they marched up Fifth Avenue Avenueand Avenueand Avenueand
and were era reviewed by Governor Odell OdellSecretary OdellSecretary OdellSecretary
Secretary of War Root RO tand and Mayor Low LowThe LowThe Lowe
e The usual memorial exercises at the thetomb thetomb thetomb
tomb of General Grant were held The Theafternoon The9fternoon The1ternoon
afternoon was devoted to sporting events eventsSherman eventsSh eventsSherman
Sherman Sh rman Statue Unveiled UnveiledThe Unv UnveiledThe i1ed i1edThe
The act of o unveiling the statue was wasperformed wasperformed wasperformed
performed ii by William WllUam T Sherman ShermanThackara Shermanihackara I
Thackara Thackaragrandson grandson of the distinguished distinguishedsoldier distinguishedsoldier distinguishedsoldier
soldier The Hon HonElIhu Elihu Root Secretary Secretaryof
of War who whovas was the orator of the occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion spoke in part > art as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The part that Sherman played pla ed in the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great civil struggle struggle was nor merely cour courageous coirageous courageous ¬
ageous loyal devoted brilliant It was wasessentially wasessentlailydec wast
t essentially essentlailydec decisive sive Erase it from the thepages thepages thapages
pages of history and an no human mind can candivine candivine candIine
divine iow the blanks would w uld have been beenfilled beenfilled beenfilled
filled No pne De will dare say that an another another another ¬
other could ihave havedone have done what Sherman did didShlloh didShiloh didShlIoh
Shiloh and Corinth CQrlnthand and VIcksburg and andChattanooga andChattanooga andChattanooga
Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge Ridgecrowned Ridgecrowned Ridecxownad
crowned him with laurels laurelsThe laurelsThe laurelsThe
The desperate desI > era e and resourceful cam campaign camjaign ¬
paign 1 > algnwhich which ended in the capture or orAtlanta otAtltmta ofAtlanta
Atlanta established his place in tnhlstory tnhlstoryasa history historyas
as asa a great commander The march from fromAtlanta fromAtlanta fromAtlanta
Atlanta to the sea and still on from fromSavannah fromSavannah frothSavannah
Savannah northward through the Caro Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas
linas to Raleigh and the surrender of ofJohnston otJohnston ofJohnston
Johnston ranks among the great and andimpressive andImpressIve andImpressive
impressive military i events ev lts of history historyBut historyBut bIstoryBut
But more moreihall than all these In the ssnj ssnjera gen geIr general
era r l maintenance ma ntenanJe and conduct of tthe tthewai thej thejwar theawar
< wai war the powerful influence of his iSIl1U1 iSIl1U1taq mili military mliitary ¬
tary genius the strong support of ohis ohisIndomitable his hisindomitable hisindomitable
indomitable will the forward impulse impulseof
of Ills iis tremendous energy the singular singularnobility singularnobility singularnobility
nobility of his unselfish character characterwhich characterwhicb characterwhich
which meeting like characteristics InGrant In InGrant inGrant
Grant enabled en bled them to work together togetherlike togetherlike togetherlike
like brothers brothersall all these made the per personality personality personality ¬
sonality of Sherman an essentially essenUallydecisive de decisive dccisive ¬
cisive part of or the great consummation consummationwhich consummationwhich consummationwhich
which determined that America was to tobe tobe tobe
be free and united unitedCannot unItedCannot unitedCannot
Cannot Add to His Fame FameWe FameWe FameWe
We cannot add to his fame we cannot cannotcontribute cannotcontrIbute cannotcontribute
contribute to his immortality The Thestatue Thestatue Thestatue
statue we raise talse today can but b t point pointfuture pointfuture pointfuture
future generations to the pages of his history hist histOry ¬
tory t ry where his name and deeds deedsare are re Im Imperlshably imperIshably finperishably
perIshably recorded Neither eltherl praise > ralse can canset canset canset
set up nor detraction pull down the im immortals Immortals finmortals ¬
mortals in that Valhalla of the truly trulygreat trulygreat trulygreat
great where wh re he has taken his eternal eternalplace eternalplace eternalplace
place placeHe
He was a disciplinarian disc pUnarlan without be beirig beIng belug
lug a martinet and his broad sympathies sympathieswith
with all his countrymen made him the theIdeal theIdeal theideal
Ideal commander of volunteer soldiers soldiersIn so dlers dlersIn
In peace pcacehewasconstantly he was constantly solicitous solicitousfor
C for the th adoption of measures measuresfoIthe for the fu future future U UL ¬
L ture welfare and greatness of his coun country country country ¬
try He urged urgedon on to success the build buildIng buIldIng buildlug
Ing of the th Pacific roads which which he fore foresaw foresaw foresa ¬
saw saw sa would wouJd pacify p cify and civilize clUlzethe the plains plainsand plainsand plainsand
and bind together our widely separated separatedseaboards separatedseaboards separatedaeaboards
His Plans Thwarted ThwartedHe
He founded the Leavenworth school schoolof
of o military Instruction lnstruetfonnnd and entered ac actively acthely actively ¬
tively into the execution of his his broad broadand broat1and broadand
and farseeing plans for utilizing the thelessons thelessons thelessons
lessons of the civil war and ImprovlnJthemfiU Improving Improvingthe lmprovinithe
the themfiU military rr system of the country un until until ustil ¬
til checked and made powerless by a avicious afclous avicious
vicious organization which now in this thisyear lhhear thi thiyear
year ear we weare are happily bringing to an cad cadEnjoying < jndEnjoying nd ndEnjoying
Enjoying life to the end amid uni universal unlver3al unIversal ¬
versal respect rcspectand and affection secure in inthe inthe inthe
the consciousness consclo nness of great deeds tlone tlonehe one onehe onehe
he rested here In Incaceful ueaceful and honored honoredage honoreeage honoredage
age It Is a fitting and a happy thing thingthat tblngthat
that here too the genius of the great greatsculptor greaLsculptQr greatsculptor
sculptor who claims this city as his hisbirthplace hhbirthplace hbbirthplace
birthplace and hIs home should make makeImperishable makeImp makeImperishable
Imperishable Imp rlshable by his ar art this silent wit witress wltress witress
ress to the honor that we and andouX our chil children children cliiidren ¬
dren shall ever pay pa to toSherm Sherman n the thesoldier th thsoldier thesoldier
soldier the patriot and the friend friendTRUST frIendRUST friend1RUST
DULUTH May Iay 20 20The The steamer W P PPalmer PPalmer PPalmer
Palmer of the Steel Trusts fleet is laashore isashore Isashore
ashore on Sun Island the most westerly westerlyof
of the Apostlo group about fifty mires milesfrom mirestrom miresfrom
from Duluth The weather is now nowthreatening nowthreatenln nowthreatening
threatening threateningWEATHER threatenlnWEA threateningWEATHERREPORT
Lower temperatures prevail in the themiddle themtddle themiddle
middle Mississippi Valley and It is un unseasonably unseasonabl unseasonably ¬
seasonably seasonabl cool throughout the lake lakere lakeregion re region region ¬
gion and upper Mississippi Valley VaneYThe VaneYTheweather The Theweather Theweather
weather tonight and tomorrow will con continue CJ CJtlnue cantinue ¬
tinue unsettled with occasional show showers shoiers shovjera ¬
ers in the Ohio Valley Tennessee the theEast theEast theEast
East Gulf States and In the Interior Interiorportions InterImorUons Inter1oporUons
portions pf of the South Atlantic States StatesLow Stat Statesto s sLowtemperature
Low Lowtemperature to temperature will continue In the thelake theJake theake
lake ake region and the northern portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the middle Atlantic AtlantfcStates States elsewhere elsewherethe
the changes will wilinot not be important importantTHE importaltTHE importazzTHE
Sun sets today 72S 2S p ra raSun mSun inSun
Sun rises tomorrow tOIDorrow427 427 a m mTIDE mTIDE znTIDE
High tide today 518 p pm pmHigh m mHigh inHigh
High tide tomorrow537 a m 618 618p p m mLow mLowtlde inLow
Low Lowtlde tide tomorrow tomorrow1129 1129 a m
AT SCENE OF FEUD FEUDKentuckians FEUDXentuckians
Kentuckians Scoff at atCitienSo1diers the theCitizenSoldiers theCitizenSoldiers
CitizenSoldiers CitizenSoldiersSAY I ISAY
Perry counte County Fellers ers1 Are Expected Expectedto I
to o Make Pie Pi of the Jails JailsDefenders jailsDefenders
Defenders DefendersJACKSON Def pders pdersJACKSON I IJACKSON
JACKSON KyMay KY Mty lY 30 30When When the theadditional theaddiUo theadditional
additional addiUo al troopsarrived troops troopd arrived here this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning they were wer werethet 7i met et by a number of ofcitizens otcitizens ofcitizens
citizens who turned turn d out to see what whatwas wbatwas whatIsas
was reported to them t em to be the thewhole thewholearmy whole wholearmy wholiarmy
army They were weresurpr1sed surprised to see so sofew sofew sofew
few men men and remarked re rked that them few fewwont tewwont fewwont
wont do any good goofif it them Perry county countyfellers countyfellers countyfellers
fellers get at aterri aterriIt eiriiv eiriivIt eth ethIt
It Is said that thatMor Major Allens Allen a reason for forgetting forgetting
getting et Ing additional men m nhere here is that he hehas hehas hehas
has learned that a 1 party of oldtime oldtimeFrenchEversole oldtimeFrenchEversol oldtimeFrenchEversolO
FrenchEversole feudists teudI ts are coming in intoday intoday Intoday
today to attempt the release of Jett and andWhite anllWhite anilWhite
White the prisoners prlgo rs in the county jail jailcharged jailcharged jailcharged
charged with the murder of Attorney AttorneyMarcum AttorneyIarcum AttorneyMarcum
Marcum These men are reported to be befriends l befriends > e efriends
friends of Judge B F French Frenchone one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the attorneys forJett for J Jett tt and White and andof nndof andof
of Judge Hargis Hargisl leader ader of the Hargis Hargisfaction Hargisfaction Hargisfaction
faction factionColonel factionColonel factionColonel
Colonel Williams Wf11iamsexplalned explained cx to t Major MajorAllen MajorAllen MajorAllen
Allen that owing to 0 the lliteness lateness of the thehour thehour thehour
hour at which the request was received receivedlast receivedlast receivedlast
last night it itwas was Impossible impossi le to find all allthe allthe allthe
the men of the Danville company in intime jntime intime
time as as some s me of ofthem them lived In the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country Major Manair iapair will furnish furnishothers furnishothers furnishothers
others from fromL Louisville uisvlU and a d they will lift lifthere behere Jo Johere
here tonights tonightsFIRE tonlghfiRE tonigh4tFIRE
I NEW YORK May 20 20Firc Fire early today todaydestroyedian todaydestroyed todaydestroyed
destroyedian destroyed ait an 80 SOlDOO bOO dredge owned by b the theTaylor theTaylor theTaylor
Taylor Dredging ni dgln Company near ne I the Jer JerseyCenjfai Jers Jersey
seyCenjfai s sey y cent Cenl JRailro Railroad ad Pier PIernthe in the North NorthRt Nor or h iiP4r
Rt p P4r P4rAtthetime rr r l jj jjAttbetime v 4 4At4ietime 1
At4ietime fheIite fhefireSwasJdiacovered the firev v as sdilJcovered dlnco ere on onthe onthe anthe
the dredge eight men men were were ere asleep in a adeck adeck I Ideck
deck on the boat bOtlt They Theyhadno had no Chance hance to toescape tal talescape toescape
escape by the th doors and so rapidly did didthe didthe didthe
the flames spread that they were obllg obllgied obUged obligccl
ied ed to dive through a window into the theI thewater thewater
I water several sever l of ofthem them being b ng in their theirnight theirnight theirnight
night clothcsy clothcsyMRS clothes clothesMRS clothesMRS
MONTICELLO N Y Yf May Iay 30 30The 30Thejury 20Thejury The Thejury
jury In the trial of Mrs Kate Taylor Taylorcharged Taylorcharged Taylorcharged
charged wits wittthe the murder of her husband husbandbrought husbandbrought husbandbrought
brought in a verdict this thl morning 61 61guilty orguilty ofguilty
guilty of murder in the theftrst first degree degreeMrs dcgreeIrs degreeMrs
Mrs Irs Taylor shot and killed klll d her berhuR berhuRband bus husband busband ¬
band LaZe Taylor and after chopping up upthe upthe upthe
the body burned it itWAY ItWAY itWAY
JACKSON Tenn TennIay May 30 30Four Four well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known prisoners escaped from the coun county county county ¬
ty jail here yesterday They are Sam SamMiller SamUller SamMiller
Miller wife murderer under sentence sentenceof
of death Lee Kahn and George Day Dayholdup Dayholdup Dayholdup
holdup men sentenced to fifteen fifteenyears ftrteenyears fIfteenyears
years imprisonment and George Car Carroll Carroll Carroll ¬
roll bank bank robber sentenced to twelve twelveyears twclveears twelveyears
years ears in the penitentiary The men saw sawed sawed sawed ¬
ed their way through a window In the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second story of the jail and let them themselves themselYcs themselves ¬
selves to the ground with blankets A Avigorous Avlorous Avigorous
vigorous search aided by bloodhounds bloodhoundsis
is in progress progressSENATORS progress8EtVT1thS
BOSTON WINS LM8 OUT OUTWashington OUTVasbingfon UUTWashington
Washington Lead L ad Until the Eighth EighthInning EighthInninl EighthInning
Inning Inninl Then Loje LojeSpecial Loie LoieSpecial LoieSpecial
Special to The Washington Times TimesBOSTON TimesBOSTON TimesBOSTON
BOSTON May 30 30Washingtons Washingtons hoo hooJ hoodoo hoodoo
doo J st illl pursue s the i idenced team as w was s vl vldenced vl vldenced
denced this mornings game After Afterleading Afterleading Afterleading
leading Collins team by one one run until untilthe upt1lthe untilthe
the eighth inning Orth weakened ard ardallowed ardallowed ardallowed
allowed a run In both the eighth el hth and andninth andninth andninth
ninth innings Boston winning out by bya
a singlerun
RH R H E EWashington EWashington EWashington
Washington 0 0020000 0 020 0 2 0 0 0002 0 0 0 02 2 1 2 2Boston 2Boston 2Boston
Boston 0 0000 000 0 0 0 0 l 101 1 0 113 1 1 13 3 11 3 3Batteries 3DatteriesOrth 3BatteriesOrth
Batteries DatteriesOrth Orth and Clarke Gibson Gibsonand Gibsonand Gibsoziand
and Smith SmithOTHER SmithOTHER SmithOThER
At Philadelphia PhlIadelphlaI
I New ew York YorkO 0 00000000 0 000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 3 1 1Philadelphia 1Phil 1PnilddelphiaO
Philadelphia Phil PnilddelphiaO deiphlaOO 000000000 0 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 1 5 5BattcriesGriffithand 2 2Batteries 2BattcrlesGriillthand
Batteries BattcrlesGriillthand Griffith and OConnor Hen Henley HenIcy
ley and Schreck SchreckAt
At Cleveland RHE RHEChicago RHEChicago RHEChicago
Chicago 0 0 01 1 01 000 O 0 0 0 02 2 6 2 2Cleveland 2Ceveland 2Cleveland
Cleveland 1 1 0 01 1 0 0 00 0 9 x x3 3 7 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesOwen 1BatteriesOwen
Batteries BatteriesOwen Owen and McFarland McFarlandMoore McF McFarldndMoore rlald rlaldMoore
Moore and Abbott AbbottAt AbbottAt
At St Louis
R RHE RHEDetroit RHEDetroit0 H E EDetroit
Detroit Detroit0 0 1000000 1 0 00 0 0 0 0 01 1 9 1 lSt 1Louis 1StLouis
St StLouis Louis 00 0 00000002x2 0 0000 000 0 02 0 2 x x2 2 42 42Batteries 42Ba 42BalterlosDeering
Batteries Ba teriosDeering Deering and nd Buelow B clo v Sud Sudhoff Sullhoft Sudhoff
hoff and Sugden
JResi cst on embalmed and all sa sainted tc dea dead deadDear Nor shall sltallyo1lr your glory bcjorglt be bejorgFlDear Jorge i iWhile
Dear Dearas as the blood ye yegave gave gaveNo While Fame her record r i cord keeps keepsOr kee keepsNo s sNo
No impious imnousfoolsiep Jl io1lsjootste footstep here he e shall shall1reacl tread treadThe Or Honor points o 1lls the hallowed spot spotWhere s spotThe ot otThe
The herbage of ofyourgrave your grave Where Valor Valor75roztdly proudly roudlJfslee sleeps sleepsi s sI
I I I I 1 I I I I t I I I I I I t I I I I 1 1 j IILIJlLt1LLLLLLJLtLI 1
Change Goes Go s Into Effect on the theFirst theI theFirst i iFirst
I First of Month MonthThe MonthThe i iThe
The Metropolitan MetropolitanStreet Street Railway Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany will issue a a new form of trans transfer truter tracsfer ¬
fer on all their lines and branch br nch lines lineson Hneson lineson
on Monday June 1 The new transfer transferwill transrerw111 transferwill
will differ from the old in two essential essentialpoints essentialpoints essentialpoints
points pointsIn
In the th first place there will be two twodetachable twodetachable twodetachable
detachable coupons one at each end endof endof cadof
of the transfer They are stamped with withthe withtbe withthe
the numbers of the th hours and the five fivedivisions fivedivIsions fivedivisions
divisions of each line The Coupon < at attached attached attached ¬
tached to the right of the transfer transferproper transferproper transferproper
proper will wmbe bo black with white letter lettering letterIng lettering ¬
ing and the coupon to the left lef white whitewith whitewith whItewith
with black lettering letteringIf
If a conductor issues a transfer in the thetime thetJmetrom thetime
time tJmetrom from 12 midnight until 12 noon he hewill h hwiil hevi1l
will wiil detach the dark coupon and punch punchthe punchthe punchthe
the light From 12 noon till Ullmldnight Ullmldnightthe midnight midnightthe
the method is reversed reversedThe reversedTbe reversedThe
The other otherteature feature in which the new newform newform
form form of transfer will differ from the theold theold theold
old is a list of the months When rhen the theconductor theconductor theconductor
conductor starts out in the morning he hewill hewI11 liewill
will punch a number of transfers June JuneSeptember JuneSepte JuneSeptember
September Septe ber or December as the case casema casexna casema
ma be beAnother beAnotber beAnother
Another new rule which will go into intoeffect intooffect intoeffect
effect on Monday Is that compelling all allconductors allconductors allconductors
conductors to carry books containing containingthe contalninothe
the tare regulations and rules of the thecompany th thcompany thecompany
company governing the distribution of oftransfers oftransfers oftransfers
transfers It is thought that by refer reference referenc referenco ¬
enc to these books booksrgularly regularly furnished furnishedby furnishedbythe
by bythe the company all questions questfonsralsed raised by bypassenger bypassenger bypassenger
passenger or conductor can cali be settled settledImmediately settledImmediately settledimmediately
Immediately ImmediatelyA
A fare will be collectced on the Fifth FifthStreet FIfthStreetshultle FifthStreet
Street Streetshultle shuttle line and transfers regu regularly regulady reguiarly
lady Issued to connecting lines Uneson on and andafter andafter andafter
after June 1 Hitherto this line has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been free freeTwo freeTwo freeTro
Two new transfers have been an announced announced announced ¬
nounced by the company from rromMllryland rromMllrylandUne Maryland Marylandline
line westbound to Columbia line cast eastand castand castand
and from the Columbia line west wcs bound boundto boundto
to Maryland line north northTRYING northTRYING northTRYING
CHICAGO May Iay 30 30Secretarr 3OSecretar Secretary Easley Easleyof
cf the National Civic Federation Board Boardof
of Arbitration conferred with jtdera jtderaUor itdeator ftdeator
tor presidents here on th the prevention preventionot
ot o a national strike of freight handlers handlerscirl handlerRtLIi handlersnad
cirl then went on to St Louis where wherethe where1he wherethe
the freight handlers are now no out
TREATED Fill FillSignificant FAIRLYSignificantEd ALIILYSignificantEditorial
Significant SignificantEd SignificantEditorial Editorial tor al in inArmy Army and andNavRegister andNavy andNavy
NavRegister NavRegisterCommenting Navy Register RegisterCommenting 1 1Commenting
Commenting on the forthcoming retlre retlreuitrilt retlreUithtvi retireaiei7t
uitrilt Uithtvi of Lieutenant General Miles the theArmy theArmy theArniy
Army and Nayy Register this morn morning rooru rooruIn morning ¬
ing In states without without reserve that he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been treated tr lted unfairly by the War ar De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment The editorial says saysAlthough sa saysAlthough s sAltboughlt
Although it is nearly three months monthsbefore monthsbefore monthsbefore
before the event of the retirement of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Commanding General of the Army Armyoccurs Armyoceurs Armyoccurs
occurs the greatest Interest Is manifest manifested ¬
ed In the final general order which whlchwUl whlchwUlbe will willbe willbe
be issued as as the farewell address ad lress of ofLieutenant otLIeutenant ofLieutenant
Lieutenant General Miles to his l1isasso l1isassoelates asso associates assoelates ¬
elates in the military service General GeneralMiles GeneralMiles GeneralMiles
Miles will willtollow follow the custom of his pred predecessors predecessorsIn predecessors ¬
ecessors ecessorsIn In issuingsuch issuing > such ah au order and andthere andthere andthere
there must naturally be the keenest keenestcuriosity keenestcurIosity keenestcuriosity
curiosity regarding the t 1e form his parting partingmessage partingmessage partingmessage
message will take The wellknown con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions which have practically pracUcallyostra pracUcallyostracised ostra ostracised ostracised ¬
cised in an official way the headquar headquarters ¬
ters ter of the army suggest the theposs possibility possibilityof biHty biHtyof
of some very pointed comment on a sit situation situation situation ¬
uation which must have been vexatious vexatiousfor
for General Miles who has been Its principal prin principal principal ¬
cipal victim victimIt i iIt
It will be with a sense of relief reliefdcubtless reUefdcubtless reliefdcubtless
dcubtless as much for him as anyone anyoneelse anyoneelse anyoneelse
else that this strained relationship relationshipccines relationshipccrnes
cones to an end He has a aright right to a agrievance agrleance agrievance
grievance in many respects He Hehusnot hus not notbeen notbeeii
been treated fairly Whatever his been beendene b beendcnc en endene
dene by him officially likely to on ongaee engne n nglfC
gaee public criticism and possible rldi rldicLle 1hl1cLlehasbgen rldictle
cLle cLlehasbgen has been thoroughly advertised dvertJ ed by bythose lJinlCsc bythose
those who seemed anxious to subject subjecthim subjecthim subjectlirn
him to to a harsh view of the people peopleProbably rcopiProbably reopkPzobably
Probably th the < fault has not been finally finallyon
on one sideonly sllleonlybut but in any case it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been an extraordinary occasion which whichfirds wbicbfirds whichfirds
firds the titular commanding nea guneriti cl ral of ofthe oftl ofthe
the tl army without authority and benft of ofany oran ofany
any an power or influence even eeUlS as a most mostcasual nostcasual o t tcalmal
casual counselor These conditions condil nsmakc nsmakcYHY make makevery makevery
very Interesting anything which may mayccme mayccme mayccinc
ccme from tromOencralMiles General Miles on the theee eve of ofhJ ofhili ofhl
hJ hili retirementEXPELIED retirement retirementEXPELLED retirementEXPELLED
BERLIN May 30 30TwoAmorieans 30TwoAmorieansVflllam 30Two Two Americans AmericansWilliam AmericansWilliam
William Stevens of New York and John JohnMeyers JolmMoyers JohnMeyers
Meyers Moyers of Chicago have been beenarretltld beenarretltldat arrested arrestedat
at Mulhausen and expelled from Ocr Germany Ocrmany ¬
many In the interest of oCpubl1c public safety safetyThis safetyThis safetyThis
This > charge means mea ns that they committed committedsome committedome cOmmittedsome
some political poUticaloffenco offence
Russia RussiaG Grants ants Him Permission to toStart toStart toStartNew
> Start StartNew New Paper PaperBERLIN PaperBERLIN PaperBERLIN
BERLIN May 30 30Die Die Nation the theleading theleading theleading
leading review of Berlin today asserts assertsthat assertsthat assertsthat
that the Russian government has loaded loadedKrushevan loadedKrushevnn loadedKruahevan
Krushevan publisher pubHsherof of the antiSemite antiSemitepaper antiSemitepaper antiSemitepaper
paper Bessarabetz with favors and andj andhas andhas
j has granted him permission to found a asimilar asimilar asimilar
similar antiSemite organ named namedi namedSnamja nainedSnamja
i Snamja at St Petersburg It also gave gavehim gavehim gavehim
him a subvention subyentlonof of 15000 i5000to to assist In Inthe inthe inthe
the founding of the paper paperM
M I Plehve Russian minister of the theinterior theinterior thelateror
interior says Die Nation urged that thata
a bigger subvention be granted but buti butMinister butMinister
i Minister of Finance Witte refusejl thisAtPIehves thisAtPlehves this thisAtyPlehves
AtyPlehves urgent request however he heinduced heIn beinduced
induced In luced the state bank to advance the therest therest therest
rest of the money required at once The Thepaper Thepaper Thepaper
paper continues continuesM
M Plehve is systematically encour encouraging encouraging encouraging ¬
aging the most violent antiSemitism antiSemitismthroughout antiSemitismthrougboutRussla antiSemitismthroughout
throughout througboutRussla Russia calculating that if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the populace is Incited against the Jews Jewsits JewsIts JewsIts
its attention will wlllbe be distracted from fromtbe fromtbetyranny the thetyranny thetyranny
tyranny and misgovernment Plehve has haspersuaded haspersuaded haspersuaded
persuaded the Czar that the Jews are arerevolutionists arerevolutionists arerevolutionists
revolutionists and deserve persecution persecutionAs persecu on onAs
As long as Plehve Plehveremains remains in office a arepetition arepetition arepetition
repetition ofthe ot the Kishinev K shinev massacre Is IsInevitable IsInevitable isInevfttble
Inevitable InevitableDEATH InevitableDEATH InevfttbleDEATH
SHAMOKIN SHA IOKIN Pa May May30Mrs 30 30Mrs Mrs Mar Martha Martba Martha ¬
tha E Opie died diedhere here ere Thursday Fifteen Fifteenyears Fl1teenyears Fifteenyears
years ago ag she dreamed she would die on onMay onInv28 onMay
May Inv28 28 1903 She mentioned this dream dreamat
at different times in her Illness She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was married to the R Rf Thomas Phil Phillips Phillips Phillips ¬
lips a aIethodlst Methodist clergyman when a ayoung ayoung ayoung
young woman He died and she s e was wasunited wasunited wasunited
united to the Rev William ODie another anotherMethodist anotherIcthodlst anotherMOthOdlst
Methodist divine who expired six years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ST PAUL Minn May Iay 30 30Irene Irene Max Maxa Iax Iaxa
a little UttleglrI girl was run rundown down and killed killedby kmudby killedby
by an automobile on Selby Avenue yes yesterday yesterdaYevenlng yesterday ¬
terday terdaYevenlng evening The automobile con contained contained contamed ¬
tained two young men and two twowomen twowomenHoracelrvine women womenHorace w men menHorace
Horace Horacelrvine Irvine aged twentytwo mem member member menibar ¬
ber of a wealthy family was the chant chauffeur chautfeur chantfeur ¬
feur The little girl zigzagged zlgznggedacross zlgznggedacrossthe across acrossthe acrossthe
the street In front of the machine and andwas ardwas andwas
was was crushed to death Irvine was ar arrested arrested atrested ¬
So o Say Charles Emory Smith Smithand Smithand ithand
and Serenp erenpE E Payne PayneHAS PayneHAS PayneHAS
Question 1 Not to Be Taken Up Before BeforePresidential BeforeP BeforePOsidenti
P Presidential i Election ElectionCoun ElectionCountry Coun Country o1U1 o1U1by ¬
try Satisfied SatisfiedTariffrevision SatistiedTar1trevislonls SatisfiedTarIrevICionis
Tariffrevision is a dream that thatwill will not notbe not notbe notbe
be realized at the next session of Con Congress Congiess Coagiess ¬
gress giess and it is more than than probable that thatIt thatit thatit
It will wIll not be taken up at the Session session sessionfollowing ezsionfollowing
following followingThis followingThl followingThis
This Thl is l the opinion of a former mem member member momber ¬
ber of the Cabinet and several sever l of the theprominent theprominent theprornineat
prominent leaders of Congress who are arein areIn arein
in the city 1ty today All AUadI adnflt lt however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that the matter will be mentioned in inthe Intbe inthe
the Republican RepubUeanplatform platform a plank being beinginserted beingClarlng beingInserted
inserted declaring for revision re VIS Ion from fromtime fromtime fromtime
time to o time as needed yet which will willin willIn m mIn
in no nowise wise interfere with the business businessInterests businessInterests businessInterests
Interests of f the country countryMr countryMr countryMr
Mr Smiths Nie NieThe > Views VievrsThe ViewsThe
The Cabinet officer who expressed expressedthis
this view Is former Postmaster General GeneralCharles GeneralCharJes GeneralCharles
Charles Emory Smith Smuhwho who came from fromPhiladelphia tromPhiladelphia fromPhiladelphia
Philadelphia to deliver anoration all oration at atArlington atArllngton atArlington
Arlington He said saidIt saIdIt saidIt
It is Iamy my opinion that th t nothing will be bedone bedone bedone
done toward tariff revision revisionuntii until after afterthe atterPr afterthe
the Presidential Pr e Sld n tial election elec tIon While the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter Is being discussed there appears to tobe tob 0 0b
be b no great demand among Republicans Republicansfor Republ cans cansf
for f r such sucha a revision r vIslon I believe however howeverthat h huceverthat wever weverthat
that the thellatform platform of the party partyw1l1 will de declare dedare ¬
clare for revision but in such a way waythat ay aythat
that business interests will not suffer sufferThere sufferThere sufferThere
There can be no action taken along
this line which will wlllplease please all It Is s In Inkeeping inkeeping
keeping gwlth with the principles enunciated C enunciat nunciatd rd
by President Roosevelt RooseveltWhen RooseveltWhen RooseveltWhen
When asked about Vice Presidential Presidentialcp PresidentIallates
cp c lates Mr Ir Smith Sm th said he l hadnot hadnotRepresentative hs1 3f not
b 11culIng U V 11 lng t the 0 matter c1 CiOScl7 OS 17 e1 enougn enougntiBently Ot1g 0
f U tiBently tiBentlyReprsentiitive gently
Representative Repr tiy Payne 1 PineTjkg PineTjkgRepresexjtati ntt nttRepr TUks TUksRepreseritatlve >
Represeritatlve Repr sedtathe e Sereno E iLPaDechalr iLPaDechalrman Payne chair chairman chairman ¬
man of the theHotiseComl11ittee House Committee
on Ways Waysand Waysand Wasand
and Means vho is in the city city on pri private private private ¬
vate business was more emphatic than than2r than31r
Mr 2r Smith When asked
if the tariff
re revision revIsion revision ¬
vision proposition was gaining any anyground anyground anyground
ground in New York he said saidNot safdXotablt saidNot
Not Xotablt a bit of it In New York we eart1 eart1entirely are aroentirely areentirely
entirely satisfied with the results of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present tariff and we see no reason why whywe whywe whywe
we should Interfere with it itIt itIt itIt
It has not only restored prosperity
but it has sustained that prosperity In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the face of poor business and bad in industrial indUttrlal induetrial ¬
dustrial conditions In other countries countriesI countr es
1 know of no monopoly that Is Isbeln Isbelnprotected being beingprotected beingprotected
protected by the tariff law he con continued contlnucd contiaued ¬
tinued when it was suggested that this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was the case And anyhow it seems to tome tome tome
me that the real solution of the trust trustQuestion trustquestIon trustquestion
Question lies in the prosperity prosperltybrough prosperltybroughnbo brought broughtabout broughtabout
about nbo t by the tariff law Why Why In the theface thefaceo theface
face faceo of the organization of the United UnitedStates UnitedSt unitedStates
States St tes Steel Corporation there was or organized 01ganIzcd organized ¬
ganized the other day a steel company companyIn company companyIn
In Buffalo with a capital capitalotUOOOOOOO capitalotUOOOOOOOThe of 40000000 40000000VThe 40000000The
VThe The tariff law Is increasing pros prosperity prosperUY prosperity ¬
perity and prosperity is increasing cap capital capital capital ¬
ital and capital is finding the best mar markets markets marhots ¬
kets for investment or in other words wordsthe wordsth wordsthe
the th most most profitable industries This Thiscondition Thiscondition Thiscondition
condition will end the monopolies monopoliesThen monopoUesThen monopoliesThen
Then too the Northern Securities Securitiesmerger Securitiesmerger Securitiesmerger
merger decision shows that we have a alaw alaw alaw
law that will control controlmonopolles controlmonopollesWAITERS monopolies monopolies11TERS monopoliesA1TE83
Chicago Hotel Men Will Warn Cus Customers CU CUtomers Cutomers ¬
tomers Against Practice PracticeCHICAGO PracticeCHICAGO PracticeCHICAGO
CHICAGO May Ma 30 SOofficers Officers of the theWaiters t tWniters theWaiters
Waiters Union are confronted by an un unexpected unexpected unexpected ¬
expected move on the part of the th res restaurant restaurant teataurant ¬
taurant men and hotel keepers keepersYesterday keeper3Yesterda keepersYesterday
Yesterday Yesterda word was wa passed pass tlaround tlaroundamong around aroundamong aroundamong
among the employes that a successful successfulstrike successfulstrIke successfulstrike
strike by the waiters resulting resultIn in in increased Increased Increased ¬
creased wages would be met by a n de determined determined determined ¬
termined effort to prevent the giving giln of oftips oftips oftips
tips or fees Nothing Is said about these thesefees thesefees thesefees
fees in the list of demands made by the ihounion thounion theunion
union men In amount they ara at known knownto
to equal the wages wagesot of the men me > in many manycases manycases manycases
cases and in the better class of hotels hotelsand hoteband hotelsand
and restaurants they sometimes more morethan morethan motethan
than double the actual wages wagesThe wagesThe wagesThe
The bills of fare will bear warnings w warnlngsthat warningsthat rning9 rning9that
that every waiter accepting a fee will willbe willb willbe
be b dismissed forthwith Head H ad waiters waiterswill WllterswIll waiterswill
will be instructed to dismiss every wait waiter ¬
er seen accepting money In excess of
his check or bill In most cases cas s the ef ¬
fect will wmbe be to cut the receipts of oltho olthowaiters the thewaiters thewaiters
waiters in two In spite of the Increase increasuof
of wages under the new scale scaleRUNS s scaleRUS alc alcRUNS
CHATHAM Mass May Iay ay 30 30As As the theresult therel theretult
result rel ult of a miscalculation on the part partof partot partof
of the captain the twomasted schooner schoonerHelena schoonerHeJena schoonerHelena
Helena Maud Iaud from rota New Castle N B Bfor Btor Pfor
for New York with a cargo of laths lathsstruck lathsstruck lathsstruck
struck on Shovelful Shoal early yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day The captain and crew were taken takenoff takencitrby takenoff
off citrby by Captain Kolley Kolleyandhis and his men of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Monomoy Point LifeSaving Station
Deeds of the Men Who WhoDied WhoDied VhoDied
Died That the Union UnionMight UnionMight UnionMight
Might Live Recounted in inSpeech inSpeech inSpeech
Speech and Song SongMemorial SongMemorial SongMemorial
Memorial Day Observed ObservedWith ObservedWith ObservedWith
With Touching Reverence Reverenceat
at Arlington and Other OtherCemeteries OtherCemeteries OtherCemeteries
Cemeteries CemeteriesThinner CemeteriesTbinner CemeteriesThinner
Thinner Line of Veterans VeteransWho VeteraI1SWho VeteransWho
Who Journeyed to the theResting theResting theResting
Resting Places of Former FormerComrades FormerComrades FormerComrades
Comrades ComradesAll
All honor to the nations naUcnsdead naUcnsdeadREsponsive dead deadResponsive deadJR
JR Responsive sponslve to this sentiment sentimentwhichIn sentimentwhichInsvlres which Ih Ihtriotlc Inspires
spires the hart of if heErtsot hieiirt of every pa patrIotic patifotfe
triotlc 4 American rIean citizen cJtit2n the people peoplethroughput peop PCOiCthircughbutiull e
throughput thrcug thircughbutiull kli f 11 this broad Ignd nd in every everycity everycity everycity
city tc t toil ftand 1 hamlet have today laid laidaidojrostinfeaffairs laidaadorotrthziaffairs
l t
aidojrostinfeaffairs nid aadorotrthziaffairs n R ff airs and a d joined jOin cd in InPay InPayI pay payingjt paytribute
ingjt I gtlip lpS nn nual l tribute of affection to tothoseWCthJcountrys totf totl
thoseWCthJcountrys tf tl t heuntrys untrys brave defenders defenderswho defendersfjjj
who vlB fjjj have ve answered their last call callWherever callWherever callWherever
Wherever there sleep beneath the sodthis sod sodthis sodthis
this day the mortal remains of one who whoIn whothe whoit
In the youthand youth and vigor igor of his manhood manhoodreared manhoodr manhoodreared
reared r > ared aloft the banner of his country countryand countryaD11 countryand
and bore arms hrms In support of that flag flagsome fiagsome flagsome
some gentle and sympathetic hand handguided handuded handgulded
guided uded by byakind a kind heart has placed placedflagrant a aflagrant aflagrant
flagrant blossom Though the flowers flowersere fiowerslr flowersire
ere lr > ephemeral though they may whither whithercm1 whitheran1 Whitherrn
cm1 rn fade upon the morrow the thesplrtt thesplrttwhich spirit spiritwhich spiritwhich
which prompted the act and the there theremembrance re remembrance renembrnnce ¬
membrance of the deeds which have been beenCone beenGGne beenccne
Cone live on forever foreverThus foreverThus foreverThus
Thus It Is that as nJ > the ranks of the theliving thelivJng theliving
living heroes are daily decreasing and andthe andthe andthe
the army of the dead correspondingly correspondinglyaugmentingas correspondinglyau correspondinglyaiglinenting
au augmentingas aiglinenting menting as each newmade soldiers soldiersgrave soldiersfe soldiersre
grave fe re depletes the inarching n irchlng column columnfond c columnfond lu n
fond memiory methOffW1 memorywill wtn C ever Ver cherish and fe feyrard ies re reward
ward s rd the achievements of O t the nations nationswarriors n nationswarriors a tion s swarrIors
At the Nations Capital CapitalIt
It is only o ly proper > that the most im impcsing Imcslng Impcalng
pcsing observance of Decoration Day Dayshould Da Dahould Dayahould
should be held In and about Washing Washington ¬
ton the Nations Capital It was here heretlat heretlat heretlat
tlat these defenders now gone to their theirlong theIrIang theIrIcog
long sleepcatoe sleep came In the hour of ter terrible terrible terLible ¬
rible conflict and greatest peril Many Manyo
o of them gave up their lives upon the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar of their country while the strife strifevas str1feas strifeuas
vas as still on for theprotection of the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government at Washington and the thepreservation therleservaUonof therreservationof
preservation of the Union While others othersImcre otherscere othersmore
Imcre more fortunate emerged maimed and andscarred andcarred andscarred
scarred from the bloody blood conflict and andlived andlived andlived
lived to see the complete fulfillment of ofliberty otliberty ofliberty
liberty and union one andiinseparable andiinseparableoily anthInseparablaLly
oily later to join the Innumerable lnnUIDerablebap lnnUIDerablebapThe baniL baniLThe banLThe
The bodies of tens of thousands of ofthem otthem o othem
them lie today In the dozen or more morecemeteries moreceJPeter moraceWeterles
cemeteries ceJPeter es in the theiclnlty vicinity of this city citysome cItysome citZsome
some In picturesque Arlington which whichoverlooks whIchoverlooks WhIchoverlooks
overlooks the river others repose with within wlthin withIa
in the shadow of their last earthly earthlyhabitation earth1habitation earthl3habitation
habitation the Soldiers Home still stillothers sUnothers stIllothers
others in that burial ground beyond beyondthe beyondthe beyondthe
the towering dome of the Capitol CapitolCongressional CapitolCongressional Cap1tolCongressional
Congressional < r Cemetery and more restj restjacross restiacross restjacross
across the river beside the tomb o at the thaliving th thUvingSt thelivingSt
living UvingSt St Elizabeths but whereves wherevesthey whereve1they whereventhey
they are the grass mounds above their theirdust the thedust thetLdust
dust have all been beenisearched i searched out today todayand todayand todayand
and decorated with wlthfiowers flowers and Sags SagsWherever flagsWherever eagsWherever
Wherever the soldier or sailor lies liesburied l1csburied lIceburied
buried is hallowedground and Is Ismore made mademore aft aftmore
more hallowed by the theceremonies ceremonies of this thisday th1Iday thud thudday
4 4Ought
Origin of the Observance ObservanceThirtyfive Obs ObservanceThirtyfive rvance rvanceThirtyfive
Thirtyfive years ears ago touched by ihtf ihtftenderness t1 th thtenderness tf tftenderness
tenderness of othe the affection which thoM thoutof tbosof
of the th South showed to the memory o otheir btheir f ftheIr
their dead in the fallen Confederacy ConfederacyGen j jGen
Gen John A Logan then commander commanderInchief commanderinchief commander1 commander1inchief
Inchief of the Grand Army of the Re Republic HepubUc Republic ¬
public Issued the first general order Ion Ionthe Zo Zothe 01 01the
the observance of May 30 as a national nationalmemorial nationalmemorIal nationalmemorial
memorial day Religiously has each an anniversary annlversary anniversary ¬
niversary of that day been kept until untilit unU unUit unt1it
it is now a part of recognized national nationalduty nationalduty Iationlduty
duty tearfully tearlullyyet yet In a sense cheer cheerfully cheartully chestfully ¬
fully done Time and the incidents incidentswhich IncIdentfwhich Incidentwhich
which nave occurred since that first firstMemorial 11rstM firstMemorial
Memorial M morial Bay Daytor for they must be con considered considered considered
sidered as mere incidents IncIden1s when com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with those thosegraat great events of th thearly the th9early theearly
early sixties which now make the cere cereJmonies ceremonies ceremonies <
monies of today necessary necessaryhave have eradi eradicated er odcated dt dtcated ¬
cated the ill feeling and prejudice which whichexisted whIchexisted whichexisted
existed and left nothingrbut the memory memoryof
of them though sad tor torNo torXo forNo
No more shall the war cry sever severOr severOr 1 1Or
Or the winding rivers be red redThev redTher redrhe1
Thev Ther bsnish nish our anger forever foreverAY foreverben
AY hen they laurel the graves o of our dead deadSince deadSince deadSince
Since last Memorial Day hundreds o onew of ofnew ofnew
new mounds have been bullded in tha thagreat thagreat thegreat
great silent sepulchred cities some of ofwhose a awhose owhose
whose tenants when they laid down downlifes doWnUfes downlifes
lifes burden and entered eI1teredwe wee e bowed bowe

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