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RED CLOUD, NEMIASKA.
PADIi C. PlIAUES
STRIKE ISOLATES MOSCOW.
130 YOU GET tTP
WITH A I,AMI$ BACK?
Traffic on All Russian Railway Llnea
Practically Suspended. -..,.,. ... v ir.M.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 21. The rail- "" huuuh. ... v.w.
road strike Hituation has now entered Almost evcrylnxly who rends the news-
on a highly sorioiiB phase. The Btrlko papers is sure to know ot tne woimeriui
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"The Kodak Way"
Bntartd at tne po HdUlud, Nob.
furnished on application.
"BLEPnONB, SEVEN - TWO
42 SHIPS, 21 MEN LOST
DI8A8TER RECORD OF THE
GREAT LAKES STORM.
8teamer Progress Is Reported Safe.
Fearo That It Had Been Sent to
the Bottom Are Groundless Shel
don a Total Loss.
Cleveland, Oct. 23. Later returns
from the Htorm which swept the great
lakes for thirty-six hours, Increase the
known death list to twonty-ono and
the- number of vessels, cither tost or
badly damaged, to forty-two.
A telegram wns received here by
the cnptaln of tho Corrlgan fleet that
the steamer Progress, which hnd been
missing four days nnd was feared to
have been sent to tho bottom by tho
htorm during tho past several dayB,
had arrived nt tho Soo.
The body of Fox, one of tho wheel
men of tho stenmer Sheldon, which
was lost off loraln, wns picked up by
a fishing tug ten miles west of Lorain.
Three hugo wntcrspouts passed
down the lake not over live miles out.
Their action nnd the seething water
at their bases could bo plainly seen
from Bhore nnd the phenomena was
watched with great Interest by many.
A largo Btcnmer appeared to he di
rectly In tho pnth or the spouts, hut
It passed by safely.
DROWN IN THE
Is spreading rapidly to nil the rail
roads of tho empire, and apparently
ennnot be stopped, whllo In many
cities It Ih communicating Itself to tho
military and factory employes. Thu
Btrlko In all branches of labor, which
tho socialists planned for tho end of
this year, Is seemingly bursting forth
of Its own volition.
Minister of finance Kokovsoff re
ceived a telegram from tho governing
committee of tho Moscow bourse,
which Bald that a continuation or tho
Btrlko for a week longer would forco
every shop -in tho Moscow region to
shut down, owing to tho lnck of coal.
Tho samo condition of parnlysls
threaten!) all tho trade and Industry of
Russia unless tho Btrlko Is speedily
settled. Tho Inhabitants or Moscow
wero already reeling the effects or tho
Btrike In the Increased prices or food
nnd they are oven conrronted by fam
As tho demands of the men nro
purely political, It Booms Impossible to
satisfy them by economic concessions.
The situation is apparently at a dead
lock, from which egress can only bo
had by the surrender of one Bldo or,
pcrhnps, tho proclamation or martial
law on the rnllroads
A Hood of dispatches from Nlshnl
Novgorod, Kharkoff, Smolensk, Kleff
and other railroad centers all over
Russian reported the complete tlolng
up of all transportation.
Tho Inst link that bound Moscow,
the commercial center of tho empire,
with the outer world, was broken when
tho men on tho Nlcholal road, con
necting Moscow with St. Petersburg,
went on strike. St. Petersburg has
ono line to tho frontier and the em
ployes of this lino held a meeting to
decide whether or not they should
participate in tho strike movement.
Brigadier General Thonins II. Barry
nnd Captain Sydney A. Clomnn of tho
Un'ted States army, who havo been
with tho Russian army In Manchuria,
left for Vienna on what was perhaps
tho last train out of St. Petersburg
Railroad trains nro now running only
In tho border regions of tho empire.
I Kilmer's Swr
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curc9 maue uy ur,
- der remedy.
It is the great med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century ;
dibcovercd after years
of scientific reseat eh
by Dr. Kilmer, the
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bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bh. ldcr and
Hright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been mnde by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutif you have kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
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& Co., IJinghamton,
N. Y. The regular
fiftv-cent and one-
dollar size bottles arc Homo of Bwamp-Itoot.
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the nntne,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Iiinghnmton, N. Y., on
ton for trial on tho charge of con
Bplrlng with George W. Beavers and
others to defraud tho government In
tho purchnse of supplies for the post
Count Wltte for Premier.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 24. It was per
sistently reported In tho clubs nnd In
government circles that the emperor
has appointed Count Wltto premier,
with the portfolio of minister of
finance. All the papers give prom
inence to the report.
OVER 300 WARSHIPS IN LINE.
Runs Down Catboat
Yonkers, N. Y.
Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 23. Five per
BonB, tho body of ono having been re
covered, nro believed to have been
drowned by tho running down of a cat
boat by a tug off South Yonkers.
Members of a bont club heard cries for
help out on tho river nnd In the heavy
mist that prevailed were able to mnko
out the outlines of a capsized boat
and of a tug that was running rapid
ly down tho river. Tho cries ceased
beforo tho yachtsman, who had put
out to the rescuo in a rowboat,
reached the catboat, which they round
deserted and with her side stove In.
In a coat aboard tho boat they found a
list of names which proved to be those
of a party which had gone snlllng In
tho boat. They wero Edward Nelson,
tho owner of tho bont; his son, Ed
ward; Benjamin Benson, P. Simpson
and Carl Thompson, all of South Yon
kers. The body of Benaon was found
not far from the scene of the collision.
GASOLINE LAUNCH EXPLODES.
Two Passengers Drowned and Two
Others Fatally Burned.
St. Louis, Oct. 23. A gasollno
launch, containing four passengers,
making its first trip on tho Mississippi
river, exploded fourteen miles below
the city and two of the passengers,
Fred Pheo and son, are believed to
have been drowned, tho other two,
Edward Duffy and 'boh, being probably
Duffy and Phee had constructed tho
launch and wero mnklng a trial trip
with tho now craft. Duffy's son and
n son of Pheo's wont along. After
being on tho water threo hours, tho
launch suddenly exploded and Bank.
Another launch In the vicinity suc
ceeded In rescuing Duffy nnd his son,
but Pheo and his son disappeared and
are belloved to have been drowned.
Duffy and his son wore taken to a hoa
pltal, both being badly burned. Duffy
enld the explosion was caused by n
leaking gasollno pipe.
Vessels Taken From Russia Seen
Japanese Naval Review.
Toklo, Oct. 24. The naval review
passed off without tho slightest hitch.
It was a most impressive sight, not,
however, on account of the class and
number of the ships, but as a conglom
eration or fighting ships fresh from
tho war nnd crowned with victories
of unprecedented magnitude. Three
hundred and eight warships, including
tho former Russian battleships Peres
vlet (renamed by tho Japanese Sag
ami), Poltava (Tango), Nlcolal I
(Ikl), the ironclads Admiral Aprnxino
(Oklnoshlma) nnd Admiral Senlavln
(Mlnoshlma), twelve auxiliary cruis
ers, Including three captured vessels,
twenty-eight torpedo boat destroyers,
Including tho captured Bedovl and
Ryeshltelni, seventy-seven torpedo
bonis and five submarino boats wero
drawn up In six lines.
The emperor, on board tho cruiser
Asamn, passed along tho front of tho
first lino nnd then entered between
tho second and third lines nnd nfter-
wnrds resumed Its orlginnl position.
During this maneuver Admiral Togo
was at the emperor's side. Enthusi
asm wns nroused to the highest pitch.
Besides the thousands who witnessed
the naval pageant from nil sorts or
craft In tho bay all tho available
points of vnntnge along the shore wero
densely covered with eager specta
tors. Tho spectacle causod much joy
and satisfaction among the Jnpnneso,
especially In tho breasts of those who
recalled that only forty yoars havo
elapsed since at that very spot no war
ships, except those of foreign powers,
had ever floated.
Millionaire Dle3 Under Wheels.
Philadelphia, Oct. 25. Losing his
balance as he was about to bonrd a
westbound train, which was approach
ing the Fifty-second street station of
tho Pennsylvania railroad, B. Frank
Clyde, vice president of the William
P. Clyde Steamship company, and
millionaire clubman, was dragged un
der tho wheels of the locomotive and
Instantly killed. His body was terri
bly mangled nnd his face was crushed
FIDDLERS AND DRUMMERS.
ftV JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
' . . . . . . . ..dSi
Kodaks and Kodak
Bring In Ymur Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.
Wm do It right.
Launch Collides With Barge
Beverley, N. J., Oct. 23. A launch
containing ton men, all of Philadel
phia, collided with a bargo in tho Del
aware rlvor, off this place, resulting
In the drowning or seven or the occu
pantB of tho llttlo boat. Tho other
threo woro rescued by the crow of the
tugboat Bristol, which was towing tho
bargo when tho accident hnppened.
Those rescued nro Captain John
Winch, owner of tho launch; W. F.
Russell nnd .1. Rutlioiford.
Tho names of only three of tho vic
tims wero ascertained. They are
William Winch, son of the owii'r oi
tro launch; John Ellis an J a '
Serious Riot in Chile.
Snntlngo, Chile, Oct. 24. A meeting
called to petition the government to
abollBh tho Import tax on Argentina
cattle degenerated Into a most seri
ous riot owing to tho nbsenco of tho
troops, who nro now engaged In ma
neuvers a day's march from tho cap
ital. Tho police, who were unable to
maintain order, charged tho crowd
nnd killed ten persons and wounded '
hundreds. Tho rioters destroyed '
street cars nnd smashed electric lights.
Harroun on Trial.
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 21. Tho caso
of W. H. Harroun, charged with forg
ing bills of lading of the Chicago, Bur
lington and Qtilncy Railway company
to the amount of $1,000,000, was forced
to trial in tho criminal court hero he-,
fore Judge- A. D. Burns. Tho attor
neys for tho defense sought a continu
ance, but their efforts wero unavail
ing. Most of tho day was taken up
with tho work or securing n jury and
little evidence was Introduced.
Green Loses His Appeal.
Washington, Oct. 21. Tho supremo
court of tho United States decided
thnt State Senator George 13. Green
of New York must como to Washing-
The Two ClnHNcn of IiinccIm That Product-
Insects thnt produce sounds audible
to human ears lmvc been roughly divid
ed Into two classes fiddlers nnd drum
mers. The grasshopper Is a fiddler nnd
makes music by scraping Its fore wings
against the rows of spinellko teeth that
ornament Its thighs. The katydid also
plays nn entomological fiddle. It pro
duces Its notes by rubbing the Inner
side of tho hind legs over tho front
The locust, on the other hand, Is n
drummer, nnd n loud one too. Ills
drum Is formed by u membrane situ
nted nt the base of tho fore whig, nnd
be can make u forest ring with It. The
cicada, or seventeen year locust, car
ries a drum nt tho base of the abdomen
nnd makes with It a nolso that seems
to be quite ns terrifying In the insect
world ns thnt produced by the gorilla
pounding Its resounding chest Is nnicng
wild beasts. It Is said that the cicada
sometimes frightens uwny Its enemies
with tho ruttle of Us drum.
There nro other drumming insects
which make good music, but the violin
ists, after nil, carry off the palm, for
tho great Insect soloist, the cricket, Is n
Collar nn n Verb.
The verb "collar" has long been used
trnusltlvely, meaning to "seize or tnko
hold of a person by tho collar; more
loosely, to capture." Tho verb was
thus employed early In tho soventeentb
century. Steele, in the Guardian, No.
84, wrote, "If you advised him not to
collar any man." Other instances are:
Gentleman's Magazine, 1702, "Ills lord
ship collared tho footmnu who threw
It," nnd Mnrrynt's sentence In "Peter
Simple," "Ho wns collared by two
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An Eteriinl IMibcIo.
"Is my hat on straight?" sho asked
ITo looked at her headgear In dumb
"I dunno," he answered. "When it's
straight It 'ioks crooked, and when It's
crooked It looks straight." Cleveland
INl'LAMSIATOHT ItllBUMATISM CURED IN
Morton I.. Illll. or U'lmiion Iiid.. nyn; "My
wife Iniil lutlitmuiHtorv ItlicumntlHin in every
tniibclo end Joint; lier btitVerliiK whh terrible
ii 1 ul her hiil Mini fiti'c were Kwollon nlmostlin
voiul rccoiiiillli n: had been in bud nix uekn
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