The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, September 29, 1905, Page 13, Image 13
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ROEBUCK & 00.9 CHICAGO. The Commoner. 13 C5FWT - ' '. 77 j -irrri v ?Nai - i yv "w j m m i i j -r ir vzn w L. sis IV C-: .... 1 - - 1 1. I George Schneider died at Colorado Springs, September 17. Prior to tho war ho published an anti-slavery pa per at St. Louis. Ho later moved to Chicago, and took charge of tho Illi nois Staats Zeitung. President Lin coln appointed him minister to Denmark. Cole Younger, who is promoting an electric railway from Kansas City to Lono Jack, by way o Lees Sum mit, says his scheme is being finan ciered by eastern capitalists. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that Uni ted States Senator Stephen B. Elkins is Younger's chief backer. It is claimed that during the war Younger saved Elkins' life. filed. Express to tho secretary of state how deeply tho government de plores this occurrence, which must not bo interpreted aH a demonstration of hostility on the part of tho Cuban peo ple towards tho American people, but as an isolated act duo to a criminal hand to the end of creating difficul ties for the government. An immedi ate investigation has been ordered to punish the author of such repugnant action. The Cuban .government also has apologized to Chargo d'Affaires Sleeper at Havana." GINSENG W.cmoonindo from ba'faer. v)iwina Kaolly grown In jrnrdrn or farm. Hoots nnd Mds for sal. Hond 4c for put tnKn nnd get booklet .h tailing nil about 1L McDowell (ilnf nj( Uarden, Joplln, Mo. tQaDaySure V BF fiirnlth Ihm wk n4 UmH j A Washington dispatch to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that it will take twenty years and one billion dol lars to construct the Panama canal. It is announced from St. Petersburg that the czar of Russia proposes to address the foreign powers with a view to holding a second peace con ference at The Hague. This action will be taken in line with the general movement toward the world's peace. "Rain in the Face," one of tho lead ing chiefs in the Custer massacre and who is said personally to have killed General Custer, died at the Standing Rock reservation at South Dakota. He was 62 years old. The member of the beef trust have attacked the indictments brought against them in the federal court on technical grounds relating to infor malities in the impaneling of tho grand jury and the service of writs upon the defendants. Philadelphia's new city party, a body opposed to the methods of the republican organization, nominated a county ticket September 20, the same to be voted on at the November elec tion. The friends of Mayor Weaver control the new party. The demo cratic county convention endorsed the new party's ticket. Dispatches to the Chicago Record Herald say that word has been re ceived at Cody, Wyo., to the effect that Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show has been quarantined in France, and that all the show horses wero shot on official orders on account of glanders. Baron Komura, Japan's representa tive who has been seriously ill in New York, is now on his road to health. Lindon W. V. Bates, an engineer representing a large syndicate, has offered to build the Panama canal on a single contract at a fixed price and guaranteeing to do the work within a certain time. State Auditor Sherrick of Indiana, has been removed by Governor Hanly. He is charged with squandering mon ey and being an active agent for the railroads. V An Associated Press dispatch under date of Washington, September 21, follows: " Mr. Quesada, the Cuban minister, this morning personally handed to the secretary of state a copy of the following cable message received from Senor Ofarrill, secretary of state of Cuba: This morning the coat of arms of the United States con sulate at Cienfuegos appeared de- Paul Morton, president of tho Equit able, has ordered suits to recover ono million dollars, which ho says was paid without authority under tho old Equitable management. The Allegheny Presbytery of the United Presbyterian church in session at Pittsburg adopted a resolution giv ing women the right to attend and vote at all the sessions of tho Presbytery. Georgo MacDonald, author of many works of fiction, died at London, Sep tember 18. Ho was eighty years of age. Chicago dispatchea say that the Harvester trust will build factories in Europe because of possible retalia tory tariff laws. The sovereign grand lodge of tho Odd Fellows, in session at Philadel phia, selected Toronto, Canada, as the next place of meeting. Rrt4 fit yon r vH w rm In mk 1 1 A f bliVlr r' w 70s f f , roH k Hi thi loealllr wb' jut live. lUrxl Ht Jmt- klil'in M wa wtll eiUln UitrtttnM fully, rmtutrw4fa,iil tUrprfH rt til .rrtrrrrikT writ k, )rwvuUlr tar Writ! IlOlAL Mi.UMLTUtllMi tO, Bl l330!lr4t, MMfc. WORTH R.EADING NORTH AMFR1CAH WO It AiuiwH you tlte rond to iipim'h. It prevent uu limiting bad Inveattncnti. ILlcufl you to good Hivc-tmcrUi It's ii atopplntr Une to h mic foftt llfo. U' mill' el on rroiic.t lx months free. NORTH AMEK1CAN MINER.. Dept. 12. 32 lirouilwity. New York. An Associated Press dispatch under date of Chicago, September 21, says: "Four officials of the Schwar.schild & Sulzberger Packing company of Chi cago were fined an aggregate of $25, 000 by Judge Humphrey in the Uni ted States district court here today. The fines followed a plea of guilty to indictments charging conspiracy to ac cept railroad rebates. Tho defendants were Samuel Well of New York, vice president of the company; B. S. Cusey, traffic manager; Vance D. Sklpworth and Chess E. Todd, assistant traffic managers. Mr. Well was fined $10,000 and the other three $5,000 each." Many Norwegians have expressed opposition to Prince Charles and de clared in favor of the opportunity to vote for a republic. New Orleans dispatches say that the yellow fever has now been brought thoroughly under control. President Roosevelt recently called a conference of his friends for the purpose of discussing the disclosures regarding life Insurance companies. An Associated Press dispatch un der date of Washington, September 21. savs: "The renort of the commis sioner of pensions for the fiscal year ending July 1 shows that during tne year there were 46,985 allowances un der the old age disability order of March 15, 1904. It also shows that 655 pensions of $72 a month have been increased to $100 a month on account of blindness under the act of April 8, 1904. There are pending only 15,256 original claims of survivors of the n.ivii war and the commissioner gives assurance that they will be adjudicat ed as speedily as possible. Tnere are rHU five nonsloners on account of the war of the revolution, one of them be ing Esther S. Damon, the widow or a revolutionary soldier, and the other Cancer Cured WITH SOOTHING, BALMY OILS Cancer, Tumor, Caiarrli, Flti In. Ulcer. Ko 'emu and nil SUIn and Woni'i DlHensr. Wntu ror Illustrated I look. Sent free Adilrctw, OR. BYEMirea.y. Kansas Chy, Mo, LUMBER7 AT HALF PRICE Bond un your Lumber Hill for our estimate. Wo will BA.VK you from W) to Mi. Wo bought tho Kront HT. IXHJIB WORLD'S FAIR. Buch an opportunity may novor occur again. Wrlto us today for our low prlcon nnd Vron Gfttulog No. Ml on nil kinds of Material. 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