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VOLUME XXXiL-NlTMBER 33.
cocumbus. Nebraska; werstesday. November .20. 1901,
WHOLE iNUMBER 1.645.
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Chfispimi Jeffries Gifea -Akram Giujt
STOMACI HOW CAUSES COIUTSC
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Iw Kaar -Victory Sarpriam Boliar-
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Tlsorpaa .Cmtft letter lialoa.
' SX'N FRANCISC6. Nor. .15. Tn one.
. "jof th4'-nost"'unsatisfactory prize .fights'
- eifer Witnessed in this cotintry James
Jeffries proved--the victor last night
."- over Gus SuHlin. -In" the fifth round
o o Vfaat was ta have:ben a twenty-
round struggle Ruhrm wilted and then
arrendered to" his. per,: to the uttei
.amazement a2d disgust of the assem
bled tnousascis. No one was alore
o.-rprised than Jeffries- himself, who
asserted- that although he had delivey
.: ed." one felling, blow, in .the second
'roujd he'did not expect fo w.In tjiei vic
l -"tory so -easily ; .
Ittinlins. sole -explanation of the our-
."..cconle-of the. fight is that he. received
a- chance" blow which" utterly- disabled
.--hlm and- that- Jeffries- persisted in
-"lig&ting him lo'w " Wfcile Ruhlin wilL
d4.ke no ahtolte charge -of Jeffries
'.Having fcommlifed a foui he intimatas"
tnat he" was unfairly handled and in-
jured "as -"a re.salt. Ruhlin receiyed
thef report of hi saconds'in this stand.
.- "wiro.saj tha-hfs was a. hopeiess case
alter .thsecoud round.
" 5V'hes pb in hi dressing room af-
. ."ter the fight .Champion Jeffries saW:
.- " I Vu ceftaiplj .surprised vat- py
eaty victcry'and Ruhlin s amazing de-
&at. "-WTjiIe ir ii tnra that he. did not
.- panoh jne;harl5 enough durin the. five
eroimds to'caut nle ahy alarm, I be
" lievd him 'strong -and "cautious up to
. the m'cJment of. hl collapse" and was
sSr"p"rised. "when he .qti.it.. I certainly
". h'ad. nt) nrou'b'e in whipping him and'
ha4 th -fight gpn? on the re.sult. must"
"-?have.hen the same. Ruhlin was in-
acurie-and in ptior w"ind and-I can
. .. not.?ay ihat he evB had the courage-
. ahd.'T'orrt f h'at I expected -to etlniunter
.- -" In -him RtihHn vok" a- stiff punch
c- in. the st'jmach in fire" fourth round.
. . rh.ich I -presume gave. him. trouble.
; Neverthe'tls? L expected, him to lose
"-harder t-hrm'he .did. Rh3.in can.
- " .doubties-." best explain njs own pesi-"""tion.:-ai:G.asfoT
myself -I am- willing
to meer- Sharkey next month and
-; : therirf?er tq nefend "as bVst I can the
tUleI hold'". ;".-"; ."
W?ien jiuclm went iesq his dress
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.-.in "room .as followed by a gloomy
group ot- adherent."" . The defeated
- jnac cjQ&vlained pf no pain" and mov-,-fi
-abotvt -w"ith"Qjat "assistance." He
' seated:- "
. . :"'I believed" from the tap of the gong
"that'.Ii wqnld win. but as,-the "fight
: .- prosressea. I was beaten, "down until I
V ' "received .-a "blow in -the stpmach ikhicn
"."I'must say was very low. Ifmay not
- ' tlii.ii lun -i Ami ?iiit nn livihir man i
' coiil.! hy.e "sufvrve.1 it Jeffries .del"north and wiB on rlc whlCQ"
partr-from. the "wmten rures and
from tile-common Vegulatibns "of boi -
'jris'jva'en he threw himself up"on"me'
asil wre&t'ed- rather than sparred. I
-"believe -that had I not received -the
snim-T.cn -flinch ".which ended '"me in
'o the-"fifth round I" would have orn
" dovrn" Jeffngs a-. few rounds 'later and
"--beaten him a.a matter of endurance.
IimVeafly lo fignVTiim again and be-
Keve "fiat in um.e l wili 'have the.op-
-portunity of siwxmg t?.qt I can.-de-
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' ' WW A -MONEY MISAPPLIED.
Bnrd of Control Charsan ahoaa of 3tatea
Approprltlin. . -5
'.. I?ES MOINES. la., Nov. lfi.-rThe
s-cop"d .biennial repbrx of the Board
off Control of Iowa jasututioas was j
. issued" today " An appropriation of
' fS4S;i27. is -asTaed. mostly for improye
" -m'ent- e state buildings.
Tfee- T$o'ri. charges that appropna,-
. tins" "fo? th State coHeee at Ames
' and tie-State "university at Iowa" City
have""been.u"sed for lobbying purposes.
". "Concerning insane At "county asylums.
,c" it -is yharged -t2ey "are treated like
animals. -:male" attendants having ac
cess to women's, wards, and that in
' oce iEstances.ix persons were bathed
In tho same water. .
It is .recommended that tfce Ana-
. mesa, .penitentiary be convened into
a reformatory- and 2m indeterminate
sencence'law enacted. .
- . Fenaiona Increasing--
DES MOINES. Ia, Nov. 15. The re-
.port of-t,he Des Moines agency to the.
" -commissioner of .pensions far the
". month of October shows a gain of 16i
. 'original pensions. and renewals' and-a
pfoes -by. death of pf.by remarriage
one and by minors becopiiag of .ag'
' - twee. - .
. ' " Wprk,zaen-Baried la "Debris.
- iHCAGO. :Nov. "IS Roof . trusses
' .on the new power ptaht building now
in process-, of construction at the Uni-
versity of Chicago collapsed., burying
-f "grouB.)f workmen who were stand-
.ing beneaui, .pnaer a bmes -ax . iron
".joists? limber "and" bricks: killing o'ne
ufalT.an'd injuring four. .The accident:
is airetriv attributable to an attempt
to shlf; five -of. the trusses jraicff aa
been put in place about. oae inch oatj
" of ;-th '"perpendicular-. Info true
Vierce Tar Bay aaalataat.
WASHINGTON. Nov. lS.-Tha pres
l ident. signed today the commission of
.HeriJert Pierce bf. Massachusetts, "to be
third assistant secretary of .state. Mr.
. . . ,4
ington tomorrow and assume his of-
ce. :Mr- Cridler has 'terminated hi
connection ! With-" the. state department
as 'third assistant -secretary and hat
gone to St. Louis to confer with thf
exposition officials respecting his
HjMf TEST Ullri tffrUITI. '
F. r "-"f -r -r 'f. v .
Ugks Xm. SaM "Bfcttaria Qwt4 mt j
FHKMONTNeb Nov. 18.4-An inter;
esting que9tle..kas beea raised by a
Fxemoht "gToce"ryman in regard to the
sale of buiterinv Statehood Commit
sioner.S. . Bassett of Gibbon wa in
the-;dty auld--toolc the. groceryman to
task for disposing, .of that article with
out a st3tilicns9 . The latter iome-
diately produced a'federal Iicease and
asserted thathewa3earrying oa is.
busaBeTuBdet thatpin a- manner- ac
cordiRg.,'. to, law. "Ffttd Comiiiiisfoner
Bassett told the dealer that he would
have to take out a license under the
state laws also or be amenable to the
penalties'. The -groceryman said that
hT would jfo "ac providing. m Armour's
and " Cudah?'s packing plants a.
Omaha were Also required to obey the
law. - "" " '
--YjHChjef dira,etem tie tat
eai aai.swte.prir foodlaws ts that
the former- permits the sale of colored
Hutterine whea pTOfierly labeled, while
the latter prohibits it aTto'gether. The
local dealer" denies, tnat he has- ever
3oId butterine instea'd of butter, but de
clares his business is entirely open-and
above board. Jf people call Tor butter
they get it, whlie' if the'y desire the
butterine. at the-cheaper price he sells
AS TO NATIONAL LEGISLATION
areMBxasthait Senator Dietrich mt Ke
raakm Will Fash.
OMAHA. Nov. IS. On matters of na
tional legislation Senator Dietrich pro
poses to push a bill making the carna
tion the. national flower. "The carna
tion is a mighty fine flower." he said,
"vari-colored and onjamental and a fa-.vorite-
in all sections. To make it the
national emblem will be a fitting trib-
"nte to the martyred president. William
McKihley; whose, favorite flower it
The senator will also lend his aid
to .the project of western irrigation un-
der the direction of the federal gov
ernment. "I believe at this session."
he" said, "aje "can "make at least a start
along the line of leasing government
'lands and applying the proceeds to the
construction of irrigation reservoirs."
OMAMA f EDERAL ilAOING.
Peraliion JMkctl to rroceed With I fa
0liHA. Neb., Nov. 18. Superin
tendent of Construction Murdock of
the Omaha federal building has writ
ten to the supervising architect at
"Washington for permission, to resume
work on the annex of that building
pending" a settlement of. the negotia
tions now 4n progress between that
office and Senator" Millard regarding
fthe change. -in the plans which the
senator suggested some time' ago. At
the present time a few men are em
ployed in straightening up work which
was begun some time ago, but the
superintendent is- of the opinion that
a full force can be worked upon the
j done- e compieuon oi
f" not interfere with con-
strutlon at tne western cornaor upon
any plan which nmy be adopted.
UNGOLN, Neb Nov. .IS. A num
ber of election expense statements
were filed with the secretary of state.
Conrad .Hollenbeck. defeated candi
date "for the office of "supreme judge,
admfts that he is out 100. having do
nated voluntarily $50 to the demo
cratic state committee and an equal
amount to the populist committee. E.
G.-Calkimj, successful- candidate for
regent, went- back $5. which he gave
to the local campaign oommittee.
Eleventh judicial district, spent $96.50
-for tjje honors of the office.
ALLIANCE, . Nejs Nor. 18. Ed
Loonrie. .aa.emnlore, of tie." Spade
ranch, "was brought to an Alliance
hospital nearly dead. He had been
thrown from .a horse, both bones of
one of his legs being broken, and was
so exposed to the cold tharwhen found
fie was too exhausted to speak. He
had crawled four miles.
To Tap the Xlrer.-
LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. IS. John Mc
Donald of Benklemaa has filed an ap
plication with the secretary of the
state board of irrigation asking that
j he be 'allowed to tap" the south fork
of h'e Republican river in order" to
secure -water for a ditch. two miles
long to run on to his farm.
Sixtr Saw Cell.
'LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. IS. The State
Board of Public Lands "and Buildings"
will meet here soon to award a con
tract for sixty new cells at" the" stats
penitentiary.'?. "- - i
. S affraa Klace Oaleer.
LINCOLN. V. -Novj li.-rAt the
session of the convention of suffragists
the 'following "officers were elected:
Mrs. -Clara-. A. .Young" of Broken Bow
was re-elected president: ."Mrs. Aman
da Marble of Tabte .Sock was again
'chosen vice- presidents . The associa-
uoa re-eiecieu ; -iiiss -eii iyrot or
Mrs. Tda L. Denny of Lincoln record-
ng secretary. Mrs. J: A. Dempster of
Omaha was the "successful., candidate
.keti&iW Wife .aad Baby.
JUNIATA. Neb.. Nov. isl Steve"Fa-
"ber. a farmer linng southwest of hery.-
I accidentally discharged a " shotgun
wnicn ne was cleaning ana, tne cnarge
.... , .: t . i
literallv tore the arm off his eighteen-
. - - .
montfis-old child and probably fatally
woanded-his" wiffc It was the -aid
storv of-."didn't, know it was loaded.
j Mr. Faber at first thought he had-kill-
. d tanth his wife and -child an
(result became frantic..
Bulgaria &yt.He May Treat "Witk Bri
ganda u He Pleuea
rtlMt: MftUSTEl IUYS SIJLTAK
Chars -Taxfcay With ataapaaaialllty fat
miomim Barhsrltiaa that ShI4 AfP
rami taSatloaa a CahsSBffcriac OU
NEWTORK, Nov. 15. Uetks Kara
reioff, the prime minister of Bulgaria,
has just been interviewed by the Sofia
correspondent of the Journal and Ad
Tertirer. 'Said -the prime minister: .
"For humanitarian reasons the min
ister of .the interior has undertaken, tc
tolerate fresh intercourse between' Itne
brigands aad an American agent. It
is a bad precedent to recognize the
brigands, however, indirectly, but we
wish to stretch a point for America and
the cause of humanity. The brigands,
wherever they are, can now treat un
molested with the American repre
sentative and safe conduct will be
given to any mas or men recommend
ed by Mr. Dickinson. There is" no
brigandage in Bulgaria. Turkey is the
cause of brigandage, 'murder and mas
sacre jn Macedonia. Conditions there
are intolerable. Europe has been
moving in a vicious circle regarding
Macedonia since the Berlin treaty. All
the powers agree that Macedonia
should have autonomy, but none is
willing to move in the matter. Count
Andrassy of Austria was more- to
blame than Lord Beacoasfield at the
Berlin conference for the present con
dition of Macedonia, which, is crying to
heaven for vengeance-
"France patches up its quarrel witi
Turkey, oblivious of liberty, equality
and fraternity for Macedonia; Ger
many is satisfied with all the material
advantages possible out of Turkey.
The Macedonians themselves may
break the vicious circle and break
Turkey's cruel boast: "We took you
by the sword; by the sword we shall
hold you. All we ask for Macedonia
is autonomy. We do not seek annex
ation. "If the American people knew the
i kind of hellish barbarity perpetrated
by Turkey in Macedonia the voice of
the nation which freed Cuba and
fought the most chivalrous and unself
ish war of modern times would awaken
the cabinets of Europe to a sense of
their duty regarding Macedonia."
In conclusion the premier said a
wished the United States would estab
lish consulates at Sofia and Phillipop
olis, particularly as Bulgaria is en
tirely agricultural and needs American
SOFIA, Bulgaria. Nov. 15. Miss
Ellen M. Stone and Mme. Tsilka. the
captives of the brigands, are now said
I be occupying a hut in a village of
Southern Bulgaria, to which they are
There is reason to believe that a
conference of the secret committee,
held at Dubinltz. favored a reduction
of the ransom demanded and that as
soon as it comes within range of the
funds at the disposal of Consul Gen
eral Dickinson he is ready to seal the
ILLINOIS SENDS SPOKESMEN
Tax Chicago!! Go to Old Point Comfort
to Present Silver Sent ice.
"CHICAGO, Nor. 15. The committee
of ten Chicagoans which is. to preseat
the battleship Illinois with a silver ser
vice at Old Point Comfort Saturday
left here at 10:3Q a. m. today over the
Baltimore & Ohio for Washington. At
the capital the committee will meet
Secretary of the Navy Long. Secretary
of the Treasury Gage, Admiral Terry.
Senator Cullom and ethers who are to
attend the presentation. Governor
Yates cannot be present aad Senator
Cullom has been selected to speak in
his- stead. The silver service con
sists of ten pieces and cost 510,000.
the money having been raised in the
state by popular subscription.
KaBMU City Lea; oa Ear
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Nov. 15. Re
ports of a successful corner in eggs
by Chicago and St. Louis dealers ar
scouted by local wholesale produce
men. In Kansas Citjr it i3 estimated
that -about 70,000 cases or 2.100,000
dozen eggs, are held in cold storage.
Last year at this time about one-half
that number were in the hands of
local holders. With such stocks to
draw upon there seems to be little
possibility of cornering the egg mar
Gen. Wood Gait to Jaaasiei.
SANTIAGO. Nov. 14. General Wood.
.accompanied by .Mrs. Wood. Prof.
Jaaies Bryce, M. P.. -and their party,
reft here' tonight for Jamaica, oa the
government .yacht Kanawha. General
j Wood as entertained this evening by
the San Carlos club.
'cw Torkera at White Boose.
WASHINGTON: Nov. 15. August
Belmont and Rev.. Lyman Abbott of
New York were guests of President
Roosevelt at dinner tonight.
. Toasts to Xeasorr of Jar-
KANSAS CITY, "'Nov- IS. General
Arthur. MacArthur. who returned re -
cently from the Philippines, accepted
an invitation to become tne guest ol i
g Ccmmercial club at its annual
banquet, December 19, in celebration
of the anniversary- -of the signing ol
the John Jay treaty." Hon. David R
Francis, president of the Lnqfaiana
Purchase Exposition .company, and
Congreatartan. John. M.' Allen' of Mis
sissipfi have alae-accepted. ...
OklaheaJi aad the Iadhw.TaxrUarr Vrv
Their Oeasaed far Btate hd,
. MUSKOGEE, L T4 .Nov.! lLrSiB&
statehood for "Oklahoma and India
Territory will be brought "to a delimit
issue at": the convention, called to
'in the United States 'court: room kr
this afternoon. The date for the coa
entio'n w?3 set at Oklahoma City, of
October 22, and three hundred del
gates from each territory have com"
to flghV out the issue. The sapreKl
effort of the two territories., to aecun
a. 3ingle statehood form, of gowr
ment at the next, session of.congrest
will be made. "".
The issue will. it is belieTed. T
squarely divided between" the politica
and commercial interests of the terrt
tones. Politicians, as a' rule. m it . fc
conceded, are in favor, of separatt
statehood. This view, as .far as tedi
cations point before the Bteetiag gh
ers. Is opposed by the. busfaess
of the territories, who want -all ave
of trade and industry openet
without restriction, and who profes
to believe that this end could not b .
secured in making two" states of th"
territories. This, it is held,, is especially-
true in Indian Territory, whom
undeveloped natural resources; thej
assert, are as rich as can, be" found it
any state of the union. Among th
first delegates, to arrive the current ol
feeling seemed strongly for single,
statehood for Oklahoma without de-
lay, Indian Territory to be later
Aside from speechmaking and th
adoption of resolutions bearing -or
the subject, tne convention will likelj
provide funds to cany on a system
atic campaign of education for state
hood that shall finally reach congress.
f AVOtS TrlEAMtWCAN f LOtI .
Brazil Xaercaaaa Doty aa That laaaertee
NEW YORK. Nov. 15. The Ric
Janeiro correspondent of the Herald
cables: The Chamber of Deputies ha
passed a bill increasing the duty oo
flour imported in bags instead of bar
rels. There was a lively discussion
over the measure. It was contended
that flour imported in bags is apt tc
contain dangerous germs, but this as
sertion was combated vigorously.
One member of the budget commit
tee frankly declared that, the object
of the bill was to protect United States
producers against the Argentine. Af
ter the vote had been taken several
deputies said: "The Yankees have
routed the Argentines."
Public opinion and the newspapers
generally disapprove of the new law,
as it is known that flour from the .Uni
ted States arrives in barrels, while
the Argentine product comes in bags
Newspapers of Buenos Ayres unani
mously condemn the measure and re
monstrances will be filed by the Ar
Rani Stall Clerk ia Civil Service.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. About twe
hundred employes in the executive
branch of the rural free delivery ser
vice of the postofflce department will
be brought into the civil service by
an order of President Roosevelt, which.
it is understood, will be issued within
a week or two. These employes are
clerks, special agents and inspectors
The 6,000 rural free delivery carriers
throughout the country will not be
brought into the civil service unaer
the same order, but they will be taken
in at some later day. Their civil ser
vice status is to be somewhat different
from that of those first included
though the regulations governing them
have not yet been passed upon.
Wrreks Strewn Aloag Shore.
LONDON, Nov. 15. It is still im
possible to estimate with any exact
itude the total loss of life and prop
erty resulting from the protracted
gale, and probably the full extent ol
the damage will never be known. .
Much wreckage of unidentified ves
sels is still being thrown up. Alto
gether it is known that some fifty
vessels have been wrecked along tht
British coasts, thirty-four of these
have become absolute wrecks, involv
ing, it is believed, a loss of more than
ISO drowned. The Yarmouth lifeboat
disaster alone leaves forty-four father
Xreetisa o worf0lk Aaylaa.
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. 15. Th
Board of Public Lands and Building!
decided to readvertise for bids for the.
erection of the Norfolk asylum. Nc
material can be secured, it is claimed
until midwinter. The State Board ol
Cnarities may recommend that 125 of
the patients be sent, to Hastings and
the asylum at Lincoln to relieve the
overcrowded condition of the remain
ing buildings at Norfolk.'
PotlticUaa H ive STo Voice.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. President
Roosevelt today- announced that in
making civil appointments in the in
sular possessions of the United Statec
he would adhere to the principles oi
the -civil service. He declared thii
poller to Clinton Rogers Woodruff
of Philadelphia of the Civil Service
Reform league. Mr. Woodruff. if
! chairman of the committee on deoead-
j encies, and called to- ascertain what
the president'3 policy would be;
j ' Xe Clemeacr'fer Keith.'
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. .15- Gorer
! nor-Durbin today declined to interferr
, m the case of Josepli Keith and inr
structed the warden at r"igw Citj
penitentiary to proceed with the exe-
cntinn of Keitli at nt?iH5 tninrn-pna
.Keith -was condemned to 'death foi
the murder of Mora. Keifer- in AnrU
j 1906.- An unusual feature of the caw
"is-that none of Keith's friends or rela
.tives has appealed the matter ia. ak
behalfr . "
J AMI lira REBELS
Gm-sIjt Tm Eaaommtoi Foit Haadred
alila-Kta : .
mm tr aims ctin to im
MANILA, Not. 14. Captain Hart
ahka's troop of .the First cavalry early
this; moraing came upon 400 insvr
geats at Buan is Pantangas proriace.
sopihwesterB"' Lusoa. Half the inswr
famts -wera- raued with rixea. Thar
wre prepared f or. an atstck and were
lariae.-plta." The cavalry attacked
ttj?iaigaat;oa aW-aaak, kQUavt
atxteen ,of theat,""woundlng five and
capturing nine rifles. ' The insurgents-
Uroto - and ran, .the. cavalry jursuing
. Two large boatloads of arms are
reported to have been landed on the
'southern part of-the Bstanras penin
sula and taken, to Durangan. Major
West stationed, in that locality, ia
endeavoring to find these arms.
WASHINGTON, Not. 14. General.
Chaffee reports to the war depart
ment the "following casualties during
last September, dated September 30:
Sngagement near Candelaria, Lu
ron, 4 p. m.- September 24: Allen
Crocket, lieutenant First infantry,
killed In action.
In engagement near Saa Antonio,
Saxnar, September 16: Jacob Settler,
G, Ninth Infantry, chest, mortal.
In engagement at Lilio, Luzon, Sep
tember 9: William Rice. M, Eighth
infantry, hip Revere.
' In engagement at Jagua. Bohol:
Howard M. Reiley, M Nineteenth in
fantry, chest. Blight; Andrew Rowan,
oapfcin, .Nineteenth Infantry, v"g.
slight; James Carter, I, Nineteenth in
fantry, leg, severe'; Benjamin F. Dav
ldsoa, I, Nineteenth infantry, leg.
slight; Peter W. Scanlon, sergeant. L
Nineteenth infantry, thigh, slight
IAS A TAU WIT! MISS ST0NC
ha la Caaaaad la tha Besideae of m
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. Ivan Molo
shoff, a Bulgarian clergyman from
Uscub, in Macedonia, has- just arriv
ed from visiting Miss Stone and is
now in consultation- with Mr. Dickin
son, says a Sofia (Bulgaria) dispatch
to the Journal and Advertiser. "Miss
3tone,' he said, "is In the town of
Ceres, Macedonia.- I left her two days
aao. comng direct, to Mr. TJickinson
to try to arrange for her release. Miss
Stone and Mmc Tsilka are well, but
the strain is terrific, and there is dan-,
ger that Miss Stone may lose her
mind. To be always in the same sur
roundings is likely to drive her craay?
constantly looking at the Bame objects
has semi-mesmerized uer and she has
had a presentment that evil will befall
"The brigand chief informs me that
he will now insist on the full ransom,
as the. length of time Miss Stone has
been left on his hands leaves no mar
gin for bargaining. The name of the
brigand chief is Dervich Younouss,
and he is an Albanian.
Iclaaias Abldaa la TLIamba.
SAN JUAN, P. R.. Nov. 14. Santi
ago Iglesias, who was sent to Porto
Rico by the American Federation of
Labor to organize the workfngmen o " 1
the island and who was arrested on ar
riving here last week on a charge ol
conspiracy, has not yet answered the
message from Mr. Gompers as to the
cause of his" detention. He is with
holding his reply until tomorrow,
awaiting the attorney general's an
swer to his petition to Governor Hunt
to be released on his own- recogniz
ance. Gees Iaaaae la Loadia.
LONDON. Nov. 14. Miss Venderbilt
Wackerman of. New York, who cam.
Into prominence last winter by threat
ening Hubert Herkomeyer. the artist,,
with a suit for damages because he re
fused to allow her to complete sittings
for a painting of her, which he had
begun, wsa taken to St. Giles' infirm
ary today as a wandering lunatic. She
will probably be examined tomorrow.
FlShtiaa- Bah Gees te Asia.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. Secretary
Long intends to send Rear Admiral
Robley D. Evans out to the Asiatic sta
tion to be second officer in command.
Both Admiral Remey, commander-in-chief
at that station, and Admiral
Kempf. junior squadron commander
will return soon to the United States
Chleaa-o Xea Coraer Kegs.
CHICAGO, Nov. 14. Local packer:
are believed to be cornering the. eg?
market and now have 500.000 cases in
cold storage. The combination ex
pects, itis said, to have the market
completely 'under its control before
the middle bf January.
Will Ea farce Iaearmace law.
BERLIN. Nov. 14. The bundesratt
today adopted regulations for the en
torcement of tne insurance laws.
'Aastria hi atao 'Placated.
VIENNA. Nov. 14. Numerous griev
ances of AugtriaTHungary against Tur
key, have .been 'settled by the agree
ment of the port to pay 90.000 franc;
to the -Armenian victims and by ad
justing financially and otherwise tht
wrongs arising from eight other mat
Jters of dispute. These. Include tht
claims of the Oriental Railway com.
paay.. It was the purpose of Austria
HTtngary to adopt effective measure!
fs a TraU mt nlad awaai 9tx
TaOasa Are KlUaal aad Viva Waaadad
CT Tlfia atwhmc gayss aai.
the porta not yielded
wt iaisc mm mt
LINCOLN,' Neb.,.--Nov.. .13. The
'scarcity of securities of the kind avail
able under, the law for the invest
ment, of .'the permanent educaUoaal'
funds, "of the state has caused the
'State Boaxd.-of Educational Lands and
Funds to "consfder. raising .the usual
premium rate which has been .paid by
Treasurer Stuefef. " State- warrants.
'Which draw interest at the rate- of
"5 per cent, are being bought for -the
peraoanent fund at" a premium 'of one
half -of 1 per cent and the premium
usually paid for county bonds is -of
a size that will leave the state a rev
enue of at least 3 per cent. 'These
rates are governed largely by compete
tion." There are innumerable bidders
. . -
for both state warrants and county
bonds aad oftentimes the state loses-a
big 'bunch 'of securities ."through the
higher bidding of outside persons.
Former Treasurer Meserve frequently
paid as high, as II per 'cent for. state
warrants .and when'- the rate, of in-
terest was 5rper cent the premium.
sometimes was 2" per cent.
TIE LAM UASING TOW.
-Everywhere There la Goad. Deaaaad aad
tha Blddlax Spirited.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 16. Land
Commissioner Follmer and Deputy
Eaton have returned from their sec
ond land leasing tour in southern Ne
braska and next week they will be
gin the holding of auctions in the
northwestern part of the state.
" We- have held auctions in nearly all
counties m the- two southern tiers west
of Clay and Nuckolls counties and
have, leased approximately 25,000 acres
of land." said Mr. Eaton. "Every-
where there has been a good demand"
and the bidding has gone consider
ably higher than we expected. The
farmers in the territory we hare vis
ited are well satisfied with "the pros
pects and are "enlarging their farms
wherever they can find vacant land
conveniently situated. The bonuses
offered vary in different- sections, but
are unusually high considering the lo
cal crop damage of the last summer.
Next Monday we begin the leasing of
land In the- extreme western and
northern part of' the state and from
there we. will work eastward into the
-Elkhorn valley country."
NHMSKA'S llfFALO LXIIBIT
ia Balaaee After All Expenses
LINCOLN, Neb.,,-Nov. 16. "There
will be a- balance of approximately
$2,000 left, in the treasury after. aH
expenses of our exhibit at Tjwrfalc-ars
paid," said E. L. Vance. Nebraska
commissioner in charge of thei state's
exhibit at the .Pan-American exposi
tion. Mr. Vance was in Lincoln clos
ing up the affairs of the commission,
preparatory to paying the last of the
"I can't give exact figures, bet I
believe the total expenses of the com
mission, and exhibit, including salar
ies, will not be over 18,000. We have
conducted our work economically and
are confident that we gave the best
possible display for the amount ex
pended. Aside' from a few of the
showcases, practically all of the ex
hibit was disposed of at Buffalo."
Sod aad toe; School Booses.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 1. The at
tention of Superintendent Fowler was
called to an article which recently
appeared in an Omaha newspaper and
which was said to. be a description of
the only log school house in Nebraska.
This structure, according to the story,
is on Bellevue island, but will soon
be torn away to make room for a
more pretentions building. In a vol
ume soon to be issued Mr. Fowlsr will
describe 112 other log school houses
in this state and 505 in the same
territory that are made of sod.
Bai-flars Iavade Cosad.
COZAD. Neb., Nov. 16 Three rob
beries took place here. The general
store of Banks & Eoff was broken
into and about $500 worth of goods
taken, consisting of overcoats and
clothing. The meat market of H.
Burnes was also looted and consider
able meat and provisions taken, also
the flour and feed store of J. H. Dar
ner was entered and seme flour and
tata Banh of Statlia.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 16. Secre
tary Royse has issued a charter to
the State bank of Nemaha, Nemaha
county. It is capitalized for 5.0CW
and the incorporators are: Williazi
Campbell. Frederick E. Allen- and Elmer-
Cattle Interest la Dawson C'ocntr.
LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. 15. "We nev
er had so many cattle in Dawson
county as at the present time," said
Senator Owens to a reporter. "Stock
is being shipped in for the winter
and the shipments to market are very
ligit We have an abundance of
rough feed in Dawson county and are
able to take care? of lots oC stock that
canot be wintered in ether places
Alfalfa and buffalo grass produced
Ataaworth Qaaraatiae. '
AIN3WORTH; Neb., Nov. 16. rhe
Ainsworth village trustees and Iocai
Board of Health had a meeting and
quarantined the town, against Long
Pine, where smallpox is. reported. Tht
county commissioners met and ap-
pointed a County .Board ol Health t.
and ordered 'the sheriff to earry 'out,
the-"provisions to prevent spread -of
contagkm. "Johnstown and Wood
Lake, just west of here- also -have' a
Many pictures of 'Columbia's crew
in white, with toboggan, caps on their.
I neads. have been published from time
. " .
wear such caps in the streets in cold
weather, -plainly knitted articles .cX
.every conceivable color, -.with tasseled
'peaks hanging down the back. Soste
tinMS a pompon takes the place of
the' tassel.. Columbia's-- crew .wears
toboggan caps bf horizontal stripes cf
yellowish green and hlulsh b'ack. and
tk general effect reminds you cf Pal
mer Cox' Brownies .'or of '-watchful'
s'Aaawtlto fee Slarsa atewt. .
Consul General Hurst.' at Vienna,
sends .to the 'American department of
state an account of the horse meat
industriaof the Austrian capital,
which now calls far the slaughter .of
some 25,000 -horses and half a -hun
dred donkeys annually horse meat.
being sold under. close public regula
rJesw aad-as: anefr and nee sosething
else, and finding a market among -the
"poor .on account bt its 50 per cent low
er price as compared with ordinary
meat. . .
AN HONEST NAME.
Aa iaiaoia--Stateassaa Telia
Story KaeW BJa Father's
The Honorable Alva Merrill of Chil
licothe, member for the Tweaty-fourth
District, State of Illinois House, bf
Representatives tells -an interesting
Some two years ago Mr. Merrillr,
gave a testimonial stating that.Dodd's
Kidney Pills cured his rheumatism.
This with Mr. Merrill's portrait were,
published in thousands of- papers all
over tha United States.
On the train returning home from
.Springfield one day last winter, were
the Honorable Mr. Merrill aad sev
eral other members. After a time
ene of them said:
"Merrill, what time do you get to
This attracted the attention of an
old man who had been apparently
awaiting some identification of Mr.
Merrill and as soon as he heard the
name he rushed up to his. seat and
extending his hand said:
"You are Alva Merrill and you
saved my life, t was most dead" with
Lumbago and in an advertisement I
saw your picture and your recommen
dation of Dodd's Kidney Pills. Lknew"
your father, and I knew his son would
not lie. and therefore, I decided to try
"I am satisfied that Dodd's Kidney
Pills and nothing else have saved my
life and I have been waiting this op
portunity to thank you personally, for
had I not seen your recommendation
L might never have been led to use
this remedy, but. thanks to- God.
through your honest cama and" the
honest -medicine which you so heart- I
ily recommended I am still aliva: .
"I. have, been watching . you "since
you", got on'fehetxain fc-rSprisj5Snl and
. thought I recognized your face as the j
one I had seen in the advertisement,
and as soon as this gentleman caH'ed
you by name. I knew you were the
r man I had to thank."
Kin Alfred s Ml'liuery.
A new yarn is being told. Victor
Smith says, about the wife of a west-
tern man of millions whose misappli
cation of" words has gained for her
the sobriquet of "Mrs. Washington
Malaprop." The lady lives In Wash
ington and is mother-in-law of a lord.
King Alfred's millenary has worried
her a great deal, and she ia said to
have remarked to an acquaintance -"If
I had time I should run over ic
Nw York to see it. for I am very
fond of antiquities- But, after alK
what is then in a lot of old hats and
bonnets to interest us moderns? And
then to think that the bonnets of Al
fred's day were mode of steel Of
course, they were bonnets of male.
The vromen ore hoods."
Judge Smith of the Londou city
court decided that to a man who
earns as much as a, pound a week
whisky is almost a necessary of life
and he cannot escape responsibility
for debt on the ground rjiat the li
quor is a luxury, ftr the case before
the court the defendant was a minor,
but the judge ruled that the bill must
be paid with "costs.
AN OPEN LETTER
AMrsb to Women by the Treas
urer of the W. C. T. U. Of
maasas Citj, Srs. . C.
"Mt Deah Sisteus: I beliave in
advocating and upholding everything'
that will lift up and help women, and
but little uae appears all knowledge
and learning- if you have not the health
to en joy it.
M3S. C SMITH.
Having found bv personal expert
e that IIvdia'E. PiBkhaaB's
Vegetable Compound is a -medi.-cins
of rare virtue, ando "lavinrr seen
doaess of cares where' nrr suiering,
sisters have bean dnursred bacic t lire
and nsf olneas from an untimely grave
simplj.by the use of a few bottles of
that Compound, I must proclaim its
virtues, or I should not be doing-'nrr
duty to suffering' mothers and draggec
- jjear Sister, is joor nealttt poor 4
do yon feeL worn out and used- up, I
especially, do you have any of the
troables which beset' our ae. take my
advice ; let the doctors aloawvtry
Lydia E. Pintham's Tea-etaTUe
CoaiBOBnd: it is better than anv
f and all doctors; for it Cares and they
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