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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
sVH'KPEP BY EDWARD RQ6S. A 1 B.K.
VICTOR ROUEWATEB. EWTOR.
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Address ell complaints er lrr"nu
fai debvery - atr CTrcyietioti
Remit bv express or pests. "5"i'
tMly J-oeet ura reied '""U!
at small ecceu. te. Personal
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Omaha TtM Bee Blaming.
Fouia Omahe-ul I
Council Blufre- Beott St
Lincola- Uttl Building.
Chicago-list Marquette Bw
Kiwi Clty-Kuanee Buying.
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Fourteenth m- . w.
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Communlcaileoa relating to w
Atrial mai- h"'d 5JJ
Omaha Baa, Editorial Department.
Mete of Nebraska. County of D";
Lrwljkt William, circulating
of Tbe Baa Publiebma ewpen.
nlf awn. taya that thj average deny
etreuleuoo, tor tba ami oC April, ItiX
aa sM". dwTOHT WlLi"-
Butoerlbed In "V.wttST"
to Mora too t W day of Mar. ttU
iSeaD ROBERT Hl'bTW,
" . Maury Pubua,
.ram la ilea
KanHlr akaaU Mw W
mailed tacwa, Alssns
will key lH
tt 70 a (at tha first Crt
It to Juat "womea tint" In street
Do lot wot your rrsae too much
to cold weetber II row whA It to
grow, i v
Ia Germany's anU-duslllng bill In
tended to start another AUaro-Lor-rains!
lie Coffee Trust
Tba alleged Honey trust seems to
have few stupid vltnevjaa tm tkla
ooBsraosioaaJ tarasUgatioa. Is tba
attempt to dear that tba valorbaUo
achona gponaor4 by J. P. Morian ft
Co.. tha National City and Pint Na
tional bank! of New York, la bahaJt
of tba coffee trade, waa aimply a
acheme for mosopoUzlng the market,
one of the bit coffee oeaiera adnUa
enough, it woaM appear, to clinch
that point at once. He anya it ia troe
that these banka eaterad into thia
aehema tor the apecirie parpoae of
enabling Bruil to limit the ontpat
of coftea nd nainuia prlcea bene
ficial to Bruillaa plantera and Amer
ican aad Europeaa dealera. Bat ln
etead of admitting that thla la wrong,
or that tf. proree tba eziaunca of a
truat In aotfee, the witneaa declaree
it waa an act of pore patriot lam, per
formed for the purpoae of building
ap commerce between the United
Statea and South America.
Commerce that ia built u? or patrt
otlam that la tnetllled totally at the
expenae of the pitrato eoneomer and
tor tha agaTaadUameDt of the traita
a hardly what we need, or what tha
flag euade tor. The fact ia that un
der thla beneficent acheme of valorl
aatlon tha production and the prioe
of oof fee were doubled. The wit
nesses admit that before thla patri
otic guarantee waa given Braxll, it
It turned out I.OOa.000 bad of coffee
a year at from H to 1 eenta a
poaad, and that now tha production
rune to H.OOt.m bga at front II
to 14 eenta a. pound. And. as if thla
were not enough, it io etlU further
admitted that the ralorltatlou acbama
ens kite Braill to held back aa much
coffee la the warehouses aa la Bcoee
aary to control tha market price.
Tha aoagreaitoaal eommlttes
should be able to prove its case with
out calling any but tba Money trust's
own wHaeeses, if they are all aa
frank aa thla coffee dealer.
Omaha la rapidly developing into
one of tba moat boaaUful at reetdenoe
Fighting el4atly galas on la
, Tripoli; a war aocreapoadant baa
Democratic discord manifests ItaeU
la tha mint Julep rivalry Wtwoea
Kentucky and Teaaa.
A Georgia paper aska the question,
"la . Wilson a dsmocratt" Well,
what li a democrat?
"Can the Church Make Ooodt'
aaka Charles Btelila, It It keeps
close enough to Us leader, yea.
Rlchaeoa shall die, tha governor
sara. Wall, that b what lUthaaoa a
inaoceat ttttla victim had to do.
The Now Jersey weal la apparently
Joking because WlUeu Wowdrow but
cannot. Look out with that brick,
Reoaatly tha Houatoa foot emitted
a cry for aw famous rtaKore to that
eity. And sow Jim Corbett U Ib
Kow that Sarah Bernhardt la to
enter vaudeville, at least cue more
farewell tour la "legitimate" win be
ControIliBf tha Automobile.
New York City la Just now i
doubling Its efforts to control auto
mobile operation and eat down the
somber of accidents. Aa tha ase of
automobiles Increaeee thla becomes
the problem in every city. Happily.
it appears that Omaha Is making Im
provement la tu control of tha auto.
At least Uh number of aoddeata la
not what It waa. Possibly one or
two notable penal tiee for palpable
carol serosal bare had a dealnble
effect. Certainly they have aet
tended to make chauffeurs leaa cau
Speed laws, of course, are worth
lass unless enforced. And yet speed
htwa rigidly enforced are not eeoeta-
Criminal careleasnesa la not by any
maaaa responsible for all each acci
dents. Aa the machines been
mora numerous, threading their way
through crowded taorosga'area.
where ether such ald-faabJoaed ve
hicle as street can and aoree-drawa
wagoaa aad carriages, aa weU aa pe
destrians, must share the rlgnfcot
way. what U tint of all needed la In
dividual vigilance. Every man and
woman elttlug at tha wheel of aa
aato must know the laws of tha road,
must' understand tba eeoeatrlcltlee
of the machine, and must have a
eeruauioue regard tor the other fel
lew. By properly combining these
Into strict attention to the business
at aand tha buard can be vastly
rule! And the redemption is to Im
wrought by Mr. Murphy of Tammany
hall holding the eighty-three dele
gates of the Empire state in the hol
low of his hand and delivering them
as he sees fit. But, Mr. Bryan would
reply, that la not tha party's fault;
we do not stand for Murphy. In
deed! Since when Blnce 108,
when Mr. Bryan, himself, fawned be
fore Mr. Murphy for his support?
During s lections Mr. Bryan may not
consort with the Tammany boss, but
In the heat of at least three national
eampeigoa he never has spurs sd thla
helping hand, in the hollow of which
today rests a good deal of what will
be done at Baltimore.
Dick Croker was a meek, weak
beggar of favors aa compared with
Charles F. Murphy In the poalUoa of
Tammany chief. No more rutbleea,
reckless bosshlp baa been displayed
In the history of politics than thla
that Murphy maintains, by aad with
the co-operation of his party, the
democratic party, the party of Jefter
eon. Jackson and Bryan, as well aa
Champ Clark and Hearst.
The primary election totals show
that while 124,000 voters were in
terested In expressing their presi
dential preference, only about
14,000 felt sufficiently concerned to
vote one way or another on the con
stitutional amendments submitted.
Thla ought to offer a text for a con
siderable sermon on the Indifference
or careless n sea of our voters. The
Queation of presidential preference Is
but Incidental, while the matter of
amending the fundamental law of
the stats touches tha cltlsens of that
state very closely. Oae would nat
urally think that tba voter would
legialatare did make a mletake whan
visions of his state constitution than
of the possible choice of a nominating
convention for president, but the
record Just made In Nebraaka ahowa
that the ftve proposed constitutional
amendmenla will go on the ballot by
virtue of the expression ot a small
majority of those voting. Maybe the
legialatare did make a mistake whea
It tied the state up with the nation
at tha primertee. It would be better.
If we must have these primary elec
tions, to divide tha questions and
give the voters opportunity for more
The impression that Loa Aagetee
people Uva high bora set by the
face that a baby baa uet salsa a
Baa Francisco ia to have tha bay
spaaaed by a real bridge, aa Its
view win aot be ebseured by the
Co Idea Gate.
Of coerce, yet will not get the
daadelioaa eat of pour lawn aa long
aa year aelghbor leaves them to
btooat la his.
A Clad aait young maa baa Juct
"steeped late" an Income ot (600,-
00 a rear, says the Inquirer. Knee
deep la clover.
With 144 candidate la the flel
tha Method Wa wfU have a cause to
eomphUa that their choice for bishop
Tha hound dog song has been
translated Uto Chinee. Whtah
proves that Champ Clark la aa Inter-
Mr. Bryaa la ale Commoner Dg-
area eat four ways by which It would
be impossible or a reactionary demo
crat to get there.
It railroad reports from Ne
braska wheat fietde are based oa
facta, now Is a good Urn for the
farmers to lay la a supply ot harvest
Aatbraeite miasrs aad operate n
are about to agree oa a aew wage
acele. The consumer will tad eat
later in, the summer Just hew much
it wtu cost nua.
Senator Tillmaa pleads far
other eiactioe to the eeaato that he
may die there. From the standpoint
of real Influence, the senator has al
ready passed away.
- Taking Us climate, business advan
tages aad baH team lata considera
tion, it it strings how Omaha can
keep sll the people la the country
Ireca coulag here to live. -
Ontimlrtio Crop 1 porta.
Nebraakaaa turn from ths news
that Fattea vaatputatea tha specula
tive wheat market to that better
reading that county after county la
i slate la showing prospects at
10 per cent la wheat. Railroad
ofllciala who have made personal
tours ot their lines for the special
purpose ot Informing themselves so
that they may begin to plaa for fa
cilities needed and revenues expected
report conditions which totally dis
count all previous forecasts and In
dicate aa unprecedented harvest
Thia la In sharp contrast with aa
early report of the government.
which gave Nebraska aa average ot
about 0 per cent. But tlnce then
conditions have been very propitious
tor wheat. We suggested at that
time that It was not advisable to
beak too heavily oa Usee pessimistic
reports. And perhapa tha counter
acting aewa should be heM la abey
ance until the weather has ftniahed
Ita work. There la time even yet
for harm. But la tha Judgmeat of
very competent erttlce conditions at
present point to one ot the largest
crops at wheat thia auto has ever
had. aad It has had some big ones.
COMPILED FROM BB FILM
Thirty Teen Ago
A trad excursion of 81 Louij buatneas
ton came h over the Missouri Paolfle
end ware entertained by Haver Boyd end
a eommitte of etOawas. A none the
familiar names sr those of K. E. Sim
mons of tbe Simmons Hardware com
pear. R. C. Karena. Oovomer B. O. Stan-
art and Colonel Pat Dyer.
The Kalfhts Tempter celebrate- A
eaten day. It was bMenses to have a
parade, but bad weather put a atop to
dtepiey. OwVt-twa commaed
iis wars puetnt from Council Oluffk,
Red Oak. Lincoln and Fremont.
The Cnioa Bcwkur etrel save s nauscal
and elocutionary entertainment at Stan
dard ban. Ths floor suaasers wars Mr.
Georg 8. Stuart and Mr. Charia &
To prepare for a Fourth of July picnic
br the Lead leacu this committee was
appointed: F. W. Fry, ebairmaa; I. 1.
Nichols. Jobs Rush. M. M. Donorae,
Jamas Htnfcaa. J. A. Bresaee, O. U.
O'Brien. J. L. Donohoe, Charles Mo-
Donald, M. Lehy. Patrick Ford, Thomas
Bwttt and Patrick McArdle.
Freak Mayo is earning to pier "Davy
Mr. j. jonnsoa win probably be ap
pointed Sosndsaevlaa vice consul st this
point to succeed Mr. Tlndquest.
Mrs. Musaar, rwsldlna on Capitol ave
nue between Twkfteanth and Fuertaenth
streets, was the rcetptas of a eurprts
party last eveolnsV
John L Rcdtek has art contracts for a
three story stick en Farsea
ef Berkar'e bulldlnf. It will b
I! sad coat tsXOBX The brick
was MM to WlthtMil, carpenter work to
V. Knock. Iran work to Richards' Ana
dry, tin work to Neat sad ssrvamsad
Iron work to Spacht
tww WMdkw ere ehiwateled. that of
Flaming sod Miss Mscsts Hanoer.
The facility with which business
may be transacted under tbe com
mission plaa of government is Illus
trated by the visit of the park com
missioner to tbe police commissioner.
In which less than fifteen minutes
were consumed In getting an order
to the police department. Under the
old regime It would have taken at
least two weeha.
"the strike ot a bate ball team be
cause oae of Ita members wss sus
pended for assaulting a Spectator Is
a protest or usee atnietee against
tbe slsvery to which they have been
reduced. If a player le not to be
permitted to punch the head of an
offending tan, what haa become ot
our boasted liberties?
The high-priced attorney ef the
Water board says he la perfectly will
ing to let tba case go aver a tew
day longer, inasmuch as the ast
a to tbe city oa Interest on the
bonds la only $500 a day, why should
tha board or itc attorneys worry!
People Talked About
la tha Bellow of Ibrpbyg Hani.
The New York World aad Timet
said of the Rochester eoaventioa that
aoatlnatad DU for governor that It
waa absolutely dominated by Boas
Murphy; that tha dalegatea simply
went to Murphy's room aad stood.
hat la hand, while the Tammany
chleftata Issued his orders.
No Uaa then that may be said of
the New York state delegation to the
Baltimore convention. Aa attempt
to flad out whom Boca Marphy Pre
fers tor tbe democratic presides tlal
nomination results only la this:
"Mr. Marphy haa aa candidate tor
president. Whea be goes to Ue
convention he will look over the field
to find Ue maa who can win and j
cast New York's entire delegate vote
for that maa."
Hurrah for the democratic party,,
which, this year, Mr. Bryaa says, la
In Other Lands
Uffeta sm Waat
aad 1-er STatloma of the Bsrtt.
The Mewest Keawblse.
The new (evenunect of the Chinese re
public la moving forward deliberately and
ceuuoaelx. Th oattoeal assembly has
astUed sow to business at Faking and
Is tT in mi el co nai iteration to the
many problems of government developed
by th revolution. Tha financial prob
lem, most urgent of ail. is near solution.
the Interested powers hsvtag screed to
a loaa ef B6.000.f00 tor Immediate aeeda.
empty treasury, unpaid troop snd
revenue source disrupted by revolution
menaced the orderly devaloptaant of the
republican form of government. Borne ef
the power, while favoring a loan to
China, setwbt to Impos real net wis
which would bav placed th nation on
plane with Egypt, Persia and ether de-
andsactesv euMeot t alien fiscal con
trol. Both executive snd fcgtsuttiv
laekaa leseaud the suggestion ot Gscal
control aa bamUlating. The compromise
sarsed ansa arevidaa for a loan of the
sum named for one year, with nominal
supervUloa of Chinese fiscal affaire dur
ing that period. Th republican taadera
are confident of demonatrsUng their
ability to put the eustaess of ths empire
on a secure foundation within a year,
reunite all ptuvlnoes under republican
rule and iw-eetAbtith the national credit
sufnctantly to refund this snd other
loans without th assistance of outalde
A stemsrlteM Trsasforsaatleav
A notable featur of the recent debate
on tbe second reading ef th Irish bom
son. which took place st th ml dance of
Mr. Charles Cheney, sad that of Mr. W.
A. Morrison snd Miss Mary Qotro
mann at tbe reaidmec ot th prlda'a par-
anta. ait aoutb srintk
Tweeny Years Ago
Ths eommitte Cbtaase sseraskra ef
the Methodist eoufefaua, met at the
Dalloee hotel and drafted a memorial to
President HsrrlsM unfavcrsbl to the ex
Reports reached Omaha that t,M people
nd bean driven from thatr fcom In and
about Sioux City by the sigh water.
H. g. tally and family left for Ban
Frandaco. their future borne, where Mr.
Lally was to tak charge ef the Crane
oompenye new hsadeuartar there. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thayer snd Mrs.
C. F. Catlln arrived from the west with
the body of an Infant daughter of th
lata Mra. J. Wallace ON of Bands. Cole.
The body wss burled at Prospect Hill
cemetery, services being conducted by
the Rev, John William.
A son wss born to Mr. snd Mrs. J. M.
Steel, fill Chicago street.
Mrs. H. B. Gray arrived from Gelvwsten.
Tex., much Improved In health. Sh aald
Mr. Oray, who had son there with her
would return la ten days
B. K. Cram. MOt Booth Thirty-third
at reel, waa sandbagged In his own yard
at night. He want ut to th hydaat to
drew aoTO water and whlts his back waa
taiawd soma en Ml Mm la las head and
knocked him down. Before hs eeuld re
cover bis assailant bad fled,
The thirty-fifth annual conference of the
Episcopal diocese of Nebraaka convened
at Trinity cathedral. Dean Gardner
celebrated th Holy Bucbsrlst. Prayer
was said by Rev. Dr. Qulnn of Fremont
aad th lessen wss read by F. O. Jswdoa
of Columbus snd th litany by Rev. P.
McKIm of Norfolk. The Right Bav.
George Worthlngton, bishop ef the die
cese, celebrated holy eomnranlon st It:)
Tea Yean Ago
Toe Much Johnson" did s bouss full
of business st ths Trocadero.
The Rev. J. E. Conley preached en th
"tptrtt of Forgiveness" st the First Pres
byterian church. "Forget It." h said,
"was a good spirit." He took' bis text
from Paul's expression: "Forgetting the
thing that are behind."
Rarpk J. Johnson, son of W. A. John
son, engineer st the Faxteu hotel, died
of typhoid fever st th family bom. MM
South Seventeenth street.
Henry Bruntng, tea) Booth Seventeenth
street, father of Fred Bruntng, while re
turning from South Omaha, lumped from
a motor car at Sixteenth street and
Poppleton avenue, and was bsdly bruised
bout th face end body, though his In
juries were not serious.
Charles Aull. buyer tor the Cudahy
Packing company, had hit right leg
broken by a horse, which he was driv
ing. The animal became frightened and
ran away, near Thirteenth and PactfVt
streets. As It dashed Into th yard ef
Folic Commissioner Collins. Mr. Anil
Jumped from th buggr snd In attempting
to hold the horse st the same time, broks
Charles C Uewellyn left for Denver t
confer with W. B. Annln. as to the estab
lishment for free delivery carries ta Cass
Sumner Ash of Akron. O., treasurer of
the Akros Belting works, srrtved In th
city and become th guest of hi nephew,
H. D. Plereoa, M North Thirtieth street
He wss on his way to California.
This portrays th return ef Ralph C
Sunderland from the exdtaasM st pol
itics Is th pt oasis occupation ef saUing
brick. Ralph, th organiser snd head st
th Ctttssna vmlea movweaent, waa oa
of the first to ongratulat Mayor Jim
snd his ssaoolata upon their election
aad pledge support to tbe new adminsv
ttattoa to building up Omaha. N better
sport la Omaha than Ralph.
As a precautionary measure traffic en
the famous Brooklyn bride, la being re
stricted by th authorities and sxtensivs
repairs ordered. The tamoue structure
Is aeariy thirty yeara eld aad ass car
ried vastly greater burden than th
sulldero piss sad for.
Mrs. Lucy W. Pes boor of Bevrr.
. is la (aver ot a newspaper for
child re that shall contain caeca humor,
current events. soUUoai snd scotsl nsws.'
wtu th va aid of Ufa prmatad to
10 h a etaaos If siciaasry. ah says
Hum eosh a newspaper ssnld be
talced tor a gartta vrttk tbe
that M used to buy en warship.
Bwwrmewe Wast Property.
New Tork Tribune.
The firs toss la to United State snd
Canada for the first four avert h ef thai
year was DfTJOuSd. At that rats th
lo for th year win be ini.KA.06
brathlng aO record. Defecttv buUdtng
lew are the chief cause of this so
mo us waste, which would be tolerated
awhr else la th world. II Is Urns
that Americans abated their eueeslee
Indulgence la th luxury of "running to
Nw Tark Tribe no.
In spits f tbe fact that th skyrocket
teadiariea ef foodstuffs are m a degree
abated, Chi mem Consumer should not
lese hop. Relief I coming frees una
sected sources. Th fader! vrnnssat
prams extra cheep terrsnta presently,
snd a dlittng-ulstied scientist aver that
th common English sparrow, buttered
aad broiled, le ss Oa aa reed bird
Few, awgs see f
It would be terrible It th suit ssint
fa wag paser truat aaouM drive that as
laged somMnstioB tele th nvlaachoty bet
plethoric Stat reached by the Staaaexd
ITeITenen euxht to hV BOm xpr-
atoe in their dresa. w look
gown yonder: it hJt.Wt of point
tone iy oeer nwa. i. -
yard f It: BalUiaore American.
. . , .. m i.tauiMM waa
handed by aa actor to a manage, which
describe tne presenter aa
muck merit and eonetuded:
He playa Macbeth. Richelieu. Hsmet.
Shylock snd billiards. He plays billiards
beat." San Francisco Argonaut.
She-I thought Prise fights were vary
ne rney usually are. v
Oh. uaII am am resunnsT about
could not have been very lively, for it
teems from this account the fight ended
Because one of them went to sieeev m-
I ndrstand Brown at making a lot
of money nowaday
"How Old vou set that Met
"He's Started in telhn everVbodV abOUt
the atruggles he had when he wasn't."
Detroit Free frees
PrasBecrtve Kmolover (rjerustn refer
ence) Have you any knowledge of th
silk and sett denartmcnt?
Applicant spent all my Ule among em.
Prospective Employer Aad snets an
Applicant rfoTdhlTV-Bora among em.
sir- Town ana country.
" HmD TnmmU -van ain't any.
body, four papa ain't get an erty mobile
like my papa has.
Maybe ne ata t. retort en hiiiic, out
we've aot a caiuohor-cheat upstairs In
our attic that smalls uks one."-Har par's
It's a cartons Ufa," said the lawyer,"
"What's the trouble 7"
"Two women came Into my office today.
On wanted a divorce because her hus
band wouldn't stsv at home and the
other because her husband sat around the
house sll th time. wasnington otsr.
"When a man eslibevately sells his vote
- , . - lh,,ivl mil
ror money aim m www
the campaign orator, "how can ha ever
nolo up mm w we"
Let him wear Chokum'a Never bend
shirt collar!" yelled a natty, well-
dressed. ousinesa-UKe youns
hack next of the crowded hau.-Chlcago
THE PEISILESTIAl BUS.
W. D. Nesbtt In Chicago Post
Th Presidential Be
Improve the abioing hour?
He ledgettl In
His victim's bat
Is sweet to bear;
It maketh glad
The victim's heart
When In his hat
Wildly sll the while:
In his ear:
Oft no oae else
It buiaeth gaily atl day long
And when tbe night
The victim sleepetb
In his hat
That he may hear the
But, suddenly the lovely bee
Will give It wings
Then poise Its stinger
Properly and flniah with a "Zip!"
In memory be bold the bee
But does not bear his "Buj-l-l-ir
Tbe warm spot he retains
Is where its stinger
rule bill waa the alisanc of public in
terest ea th measure. The traditional
"eorsoral's s-asrd" of saurer list soar waa
barely exceeded when lsadiag srstors held
ths floor, while the small rry wastes
their efforts oa emotv bench. Except
ing ea the day ef tbe dtvlsioa whea sec
ond reading carried by a majority of WL
Interest in th debate scarcely extended
beyond Westminster. Party (rasas ana
nartv aratnr ODrjoaed to
utterly failed to awaken a tithe of th
public Interest which th Gladstone hem
run bills aroused In KM aad VSL 8
many legislative reforms denounced as
"destructive to tha emptr" have been
enacted Into law la the last ten years
that Bhlearmatle John Bun refused to he
si armed ever a grant ef legislative power
to Ireland less complete wan tna
warded the Doer In South Africa. The
j changs In British public sentiment Is a
less remarkable than th nog in insn
nuMia sentiment Th separated Idea,
complete bvlependsnc. and ths tevertto
theme, "lresaad a Nation," apestropniseo
hv Irish avDaa In all lands In years gone
um ... tela the discard, and ths
planning periods they causa form ar
consumed te th scrap booh. Thirty y
re. tsrentv or vn ttt ago. BO One
could dream that Irish nationalists would
approve and applaud thee sentiments or
.itv and anod will utttand y Jonn
Badmoat, th Irish leader, In closing ta
horn rule debet: "Th moment boas
rule wsa greeted It would become the
kMai intereat the Irish nstioa to
eafe-guard th constitution, to uUlite it
n ssoBin mo, to cultivate tne ssost
friendly relation wHh Oreal Britain aad
for the first time rn Its history teetw
in neeer ta rarotnoto the unity, the
prosperity and the welfare ef th empire."
Island t mdee, '
u..i. fna smrth of Its battle
riut the Italian nav I amusing Itself
plucking haaad Jewel frem ths bosom
ot Turkey In th Aegean sea. Ths stlsur
of ths Island of Rhodes Is a 1m danger
ous operation than attempting to fo
the Dardanelles. Rhode end adjacent
Islands srs of little value to Turkey, sw
! annulate InOMtlV OV Ofk. SUt th
transfer to Itsiy may disturb the equa
nimity ef powers which dislike lanagrao
hine in tha aaat and hasten tbe mediation
which Italy anxiously hope for. Rhodes
Is th most easterly of ths Aegesa group.
It la shout forty-Ova miles long by twen
iv.i.a wide. Its BooulsUon ecsstists of
about tl.00t Chnstlana. T. MshxmMdsn
snd tOW Jew It, with six other irianas.
. . ft..-avaaBa. aanlah mslrriinlsit Pakv
aCriiia at tui w s , va
Uv Blstrtot. It le about ton mil frem
th coast of Asia Minor. Th Island ne
been famous lor IU beautiful climate
from th earliest as- On ef the most
famous monjroents of aadeat Umae waa
,h noinssna ex Rhode. It was a greet
statu of th sua god. Mi 'set high, bunt
by Charls of Undue to Sw B. C It
laatad for flxtv-ttx rears antn aa sartn-
aiuke rmnblad It down III hi B C Th
gigsntle pieces remained where they fen
and were a matter ef wonder la tne days
of Pliny. Whea the Beracens conquered
the island In b4 A. D.. thy sold th
pieces as sld metal to a dealer, who em
ployed M camel to tak them away,
Sutetd Meaka 1st Jaseus.
Hara-kiri, with its atmosphsre ef per
aenal valor, la net wholly cut of data la
Japes, but aeif-dee-tractloei Is eoouaoa.
Ten thousand persona In the emptr esm
nk sulelds every year, and the ausnber
Is aot dimlnlahlna. Ia last year's raoord
of suicide only one Instance of nare-kirl
M noted, that of th stau em master at
MoB, wh. beoauM of a mishap to th
im serial train, which saad K aacsasary
for the emperor to adjourn for half aa
hour to a waiting room, showed his re
pentance by throwtng himself under th
whels of th express. Tne sianon-eaatar-o
devotion havlne oked a wave
nf aoenlar admiration, which took etwp
ra a proposal to erect a mocumeat to hm
meeaory, th ast tow ass seen reeuaew ey
th president of the Kyushu university
foe thsm ilarlfymaT aa act of aait-deetsuc-
tlon: and th latter, find tog hlassrtf set
of tun with public opinion, ass resigneu
Bals-are Bsddtaa Their Oww.
i. odd fact revealed by tbe recent
easus of Bulgaria ia that tee population
I deeujsat wbere the soil le th taast
fertile. Thus th mountain districts
shew a great and growing srepssasrsno,
who th rich valiwr are aetaany saatng
population. Th mptoaatiea ties ia the
raped eaoigratlon of th Turkkm rssl
oants Coining ta with the Turtles eoev
ousst they aatscd the lewlajida sad drove
tk Buhyar hack to the kiUa. New, when
Balgari Is fns. the Turks ar euttttag
ta awk tbey ae bawd and the Bui
amrlaae are lowly reausnrng poesseeao
of ths districts wfctoh far tasauriss her
been held by their oosgeeror.
Clivslard Pbaln Dealer.
There sr those vrne ptthap fesrmg
the worst are bazlaaisg to talk of the
poasiMilty ef tbe two col one hi th rough
rkBac one aad the peerless sue being the
apposing presidential candidate. V. ell,
tney eouMa't both be elected. Might as
wsll ss aa eptknlstie aa poaMbi.
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