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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEs WEDNESDAY, MAKCIl 12. 1002.
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FORT CROOR HOLDS ITS OWN
don mack to restor tbem from their arda-
ou( work la tba Philippines.
NEW BOORS AND MAGAZINES
Nearly crtrr ob of tb ma brought
liAfnA ouriM a ar1rtu anrtt nlrkltfl lit) 111
Twenty-Second Infantry Again Installed in nrtmn pn of the hiasds. gome brought I Hinth Volume of the World's Best Essays
Comfortable Quarter, bamboo couches, other en.ir 01 peculiar u at Banai
I Aftalvni wltll. Man .vfclhltafl Trlfl. IB COI-
lartlnaa nf n)lntin)il. Th afternoon WB1
TWO BATTALIONS HOW STATIONED THERE spent by tba me la setting thing! to rights VALUABLE WORK FOR THE LIBRARY
and th soldier arc rfMr to e tneir
Inquiry n med by tba officer who
bad previously served at Fort Crook of
their friends, aod tba morning pepers wara
Prof. Rlaebart raturnad wltb tba rem-
nanls of tba ooea famous Twenty-aeeoad
band. Tha band la to ba racmitad to tba
limit aa aoon aa poaalble. . .
Li Trip fraaa Pkltlpalaea Baas
Rectaseat Keaeklaar Foil froaa
Wklek It Start for
Kevele Widely Dtarlj la Ckaractee
lavHe tke Atteatlea af Readere
H. O. Walla AatlalpatlBa
Freak fraaa tha Praaa.
Tba second and tblrd battalions of tha
Twenty-second Infantry, V. 8. A., arrived
at Fort Crook at l:M yaaterday morning,
'aftar aa abaaaca of threa yaara spent :n
tba Philippines. Tba command which will
garrleoa Fort Crook aonalsts of twenty-oae
officers and MO enlisted man. Colonel Mil
ler Is la command of the post, which
has bean designated IB orders as headquar
ters of tha regiment.
One battalion, tha third, came over oa the
sToverneseat transport Roeecrani. while tha
second earns acreae tba Paclflo on the Han
each. Tha two battalions arrived at tha
Oolden Oata within, a few boura of each
other. Both traaaporta left Manila oa Jio
mat j ii and arrived at San Pranrtaee on
NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE
visiter fraaa the Eaat Eaalala
Ohfeeta ta Oaaka Coaaaaer
elal Clan -
From time to time attention has been
called In theae column! to the splendid set
of ten volumes of "The World's Beet Ee-
aays," tbs math volume of which Is Just
at hand and which Is being edited by David
J. Brewer of tha United 8tatea aupreme
court. It la almoly Impoeslble to apeak
too highly of the content of tba ninth
volume of the eesays. Art, literature.
science aad the belles lettres are all well
represented. In art matters Joha Ruskln
writes several article "Tha Bky," "Prln
ciplea of Art" and "Work." The Bret of
theae. "The Sky." la an entrancing sub-
avldlty. Schelltng oa "Nature ana Art" is
a paper In which the writer shows that
the highest relation of art ana nature
Is shows In this, that art makes nsturs
the medium of manifesting the soul that It
contains." "The Greek Theater," by
go only sU returned to Fort Crook. They
re: Captain Wassell. Captain Newel!
Lieutenant Bridges, Lieutenant Stone
Lieutenant Leonard and Lieutenant Oregg.
Olaa ta Cat Bark
At the meeting of the Commercial club
vesterdav Blanchard Randall of Baltl-
trore aod F. A. LaLuna of Philadelphia ep
pcared with a plan for the re-organlxatlon
.a . aw. . i a afs, . a J) ISP. S auT
or iae jsatiooai uoara ox iraaa. ........ . ,...tin.
Blanchard is the president of the national "J. .I.. II. .ki.,.
board and Is making a trip through 1 . n'.
we-t for .the purpoae of Interesting west- l -.1 ,k
.v. .- I... .nm..l.l hnril.a In tha nlan. iu assay " " " "
five dava. At Ban Franeieco tha rerrment cording to hie atatement It Is the purpoae
was ordered to tba Presidio, where It re- of the National Board or Traae. compoeea
mains aatU laat Thursday, when tha two of commercial bodies from all parts of the
battallone started for Fort Crook. country, to maintain at Waablngton a om-
Tha commlaatoned officers who came in ffilasioner who shall keep the, memhera
wun me Battalions are Colonel Miller. Cap- co"lu" , Schlegel. is sn Interesting essay. Mary Fair
xaias uetcnoenay. L,yon. Beyburn, Hamlltoo, 1"." f.x Somervllle. on th "Laws of Music,"
TVaaseU and Newell; Lieutenants Bridge., omcera wn.en win "Vh. write, upon a subject which deala with the
Btone. Leonard, Hugu.t. Kerr. Ju.tlce. Hill, The wnit ut n of the na- (cnc8noPf b.rBony. upon which
wnuneia. sen. Neeiy, Oregg and Boenaan. .v. musical detail aha was an acknowledged
wurB 11 w.p orasrea 10 aisnua mre years -. - --- -- -- b John Addlngton Bymonds. are the re
l" I. . .... v . . -Ik.... I -
O. behalf af the Grand Arm, of th. Re- 1" A. nr "V "
public H. E. Palmar and Judge Lee Eatelle I " " -
!" JV f: ..wl .a.t - w. belles lettrea are many interesting features.
I VV'ai mm v auaia aa w-- I , . a. a a - -
In speaking of the trip. Captain Wassell appointed by the club to raise $1,600, which 0.n em DO,n
of CinoiBT 1 M- "v k. . in,. .! I k. i-- i. .v. .i...... I bevigne. wnooe repuiaiion
voyage over. The transport Roaecrans ta I and visitors at tba stata encampment which
a staunch ahlp, bnt the weather was roush 1 will be held in Mar. A committee was or
I moat of tha way. No Incidents of special 1 dered.' but Its appointment was postponed.
'ota occurred on toe voyage. Tha samel H. F. Mcintosh brought up the question
tnay ba said of tha trip from tha Presidio I of entertaining a number of atock ralaera
ta Fort CrraBlr. rw mih. am tl ui I i. - 11 , i a.. w r.Mk T... H T.I.
. " U 1 WUW W1H W 111 DVIIH VU1M. -u-J. I ..... ,.V ,V. .L.
to get back, that Is. those of ua who left day aod Saturday attendlag sslea ot line ..VT"' ' V,,: ..i
feara with ihm Mrim.m th... ... ..v u. ..i .v ..K.hi. k. I Mm- Roland Liberty. Ita Meaning aad
' 11. I""" K-"-" I ... . .. klK .h. ...
very few of tha anliated men who reached 800 flna atock breeder, from tba state weet I;.,,. 7;' J!.!: ,1 ii.t. ,V V,.fr.r.
Fort Crook veatard.v w.nt ... .i.t. .k- I .k. trnn- U,,T competent to dilate, who Buffered ao
regiment. la Company O only threa vet- I motion a committee consisting of Messrs.
ran return to the post and tha proportion Thompson. Pan fold and Hochatetler Was
runa aoout the same la tba other com- appointed to consider the matter and to ar
I ranre for a smoker to ha given Thursday
me Twenty-second Infantry was depleted evenlna. If it were found to ba possible.
. neior it left th Philippine for the United Tba aecretary announced that lettera
upon the subject of Irrigation had been re
celved from aeveral congressmen aqd sens
tors, tint the letter were not read.
" y m v. I 1 U LUU1CUIIUU VVUllUlllVV SVyVtWM BH I . l n . ... Kl 1 -
tha iimt letter in which ... ..... i. .v . .v. nd rariety of Ita content give aome In
. vw. . IUg BUVJCUfc Ol lUB UtBlllllllllSUl VI IUD 1 it. . . , , V. ...I,. will h. AM
th former regiment. Thl. action strength- Vnloa Vetersn'. union to meet In national rV' b' ""!! W.rkT Z " b n
eoad tba Thirteenth conalderahW hut ta I n v. i r.-v... rrt.. -v..i.. tvuintviwu. r. am...
- ' --- i mil i.iiiivi i u viuu iu iawitcii turn vu.i.-
made neceaaary th work of recruiting th m.n .m that ti.ooo wnnid ha neraamarv ta
i weniy-secona up to us maximum strength supply the requirements of the convention
and that for their large meetings the
Coliseum building would hsve to be used.
Tba expert of tha Insurance committee
was dropped from the salary roll of the or
ganisation uatll such time aa lasursnee
matters could again be taken up with the
companlea and the city council. Harry A,
Perkina waa elected aa a member of the
tates. All men who had to serve until
July to complete their term, of enlistment
war transferred to th Thirteenth Infantry.
tba men taking place tn th companlea of
by Mme. de
as a letter
writer ba. scarcely been excelled, If
equalled, and three examples are given of
these gossipy epistles. Mme. de Stael
is another eminent French woman wbo has
achieved reputation aa a writer. In the
department of history tha niche Is well
much nnder th gulta and nam ot liberty
and who was eventually aent to the
scaffold by those who professed to be dis
ciples of that much abused principle.
There are so many other excellent featurea
In this volume that It is absolutely impoa
slbls to even give a hint of tbem all. Where
all Its predecessors have been so uniformly
good. It would be too much 'to say that
volume IX Is superlatively ao. The breadth
TALKS OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN
H. Hatrhlasoa of Balee, Idaha, Say
Oal4 Dlaeeverlee Tker
' Ara Marveloaa.
Francis Dana'a New England tale, "The
Decoy," the plot of which turns on the
subject of the fstal potency with country
folk of quack spiritualists and their knav
erlea, contain, such refreshing and strong
delineation of Indigenous American types
In nature, both wild and human, as should
resp the credit due to It. It la auch
author, aa Mr. Dana, who. American them
selves, do not shrink from depicting in a
cultured and enlightened way the true
characteristics of their land, that are
really advancing the national literature.
While adhering to the unalterable rules
of good literary style, Mr. Dana yet fear.
not that his work should .mack of na
tlonal cbaracterltic. Its plot Is new
and well worked out, ita character, are
Joaeoh H. Hutchison of Boise. Idaho. arw wll "utB M ability ana Its ale
whose term as lieutenant aovernor of that t,0B Sood n1 from nT ort of man-
atata haa lust expired, waa In Omaha vea- or sffectatlon. The subject of the
terdsy. eoroute to Plttsbura. Mr. Hutch- buM of rt clontlllo principle by ad
inson Is a mining expert, having been eniurera at once Boraia ana oaring is.
superintendent of one of the largest mines when judiciously bandied, capable of telling
In Idaho for eight year. Juat now he results, jonn Lane, new xora
enthusiastic over the Thunder mountain
gold discoveries, and his business east is 81e8 r Resolute." by Harris
tn connection with those fields. Mr. Dickson, is the best book thst Mr. Dickson
Hutchinson's home is at Bols. onlv 15 written since his great success. "The
mile from the center of the excitement B1ck Wolr Breed." It is a story which
and he knows the situation there "chante the reader from the first a thor-
ttorouahly. ough romance, a tale of the love of the
"That region is Just one big porphyry roung Marquis ae St. Maurice for Julie de
overflow." said tha westerner. "It la 100 oeverac. ana me long eiege ne laia to ner
mtlee square and there ar not 1.000 people Droua na obdurate heart. Circumstantial
In the whole aecttoa now. Thle Is becauee eviaence naraena June a neart against mm
the gold waa not dlacovered tUI last August wneB he ctur serving her best
and tba anowa cam before the crowds Interest In the dangerous palace of Louis
could get through. But aa Boon as the XIV of T"c. whr aha unconsciously
chlnooks coma acroea tha aeas from Jaoaa inspires tne jesiousy oi Mme. oe Maintenon.
the snows will disappear almost in a night Crot. the French peasant, who becomes
and after the floods are over the people Powerful financier, I. ambitious to marry
will flock In. All tha mlnlna naanla from m daughter, Andrea, to St. Maurice, and
Breakfast waa served to the battallona Colorado. Utah and Wyoming are headed "' nt',l'" bring, about many Interesting
1b th company meaa halls, where every- there this year. situations, in aome of which Julie la In
thlag had been prepared In advance. Im- "The or 1 absolutely free milling. and a1 P""- lnl" 11 uot aistoncai bovoi
mediately after breakfast tha care eon- to ahow its value by comparison I will Bor """ novsl, but ao out-and-out
talnlng tha equipment aad property were r that It Is worth from 3 to ti& a ton. oroing ana eauaractory romance of love
switched ta tha rear at tha harr.rh. .nri while that in the Treadwell of tha Klon. nu auTemure in ice eeventeentn-
thea bvsy acene enaned. Package, sacka I dike runa $4 and the Homestake mine la
and art Idea of various kinds were thrown th Black Hills runs 5. There are mil
oa th ground aad war picked op and lions of tons of It.
earriod Into th barrack. Thl work was! "Aside from the mines the country is
performed so raoldlv that bv boob tha one panorama of marvels. All wild aama.
unloading had bees completed. All of tha elk. deer. bear, mountain aheeo and coats impie ana strsigntrorwara. although full
toss appeared ta the beet of spirit and had abound. The atreama are alive with aalmon of th Prlt of romance. Harper Broe.,
healthy looks, tha Iab aa. iim v.wn. t and trout. Tha avium. In. ara rv klh I new iora.
and broken, ao the scenery is finer than
anything to be seen la Colorado or any
other accessible place. But )uu can get
In there bow only on enow shoes and In
abeolut danger of your life. This will ba
true for two months yet, for It Is a ter
rible risk to face the freehets of April
The rush will begin In May."
a fur Ua arrival In thia country. The mail
mum strength of a company under the
. present formation is 108 men. At tb
preeent time the average enrollment ot
each of th companlea bow at Fort Crook
la slightly over forty. The officers and
'' uan ara all In excellent condition, and
oven after their long campaign In the
tropics, seem fit for any service. It Is
' aald that the recruiting offices la this part
f th eountry will Immediately begin to
- enroll men for service In this regiment, and
that tha companies will be Increased to their
maximum, strength, as aoon aa possible.
Hart la a Wreck.
An accident which came very nearly re
sulting seriously marred the home-coming
of th regiment. While the cara with th
- troop oa board were standing at the store
house, having Just been switched In, a
car of freight which waa being awltched
' to the etorehoute waa bunted Into the car
' occupied by Company O, and three men
war Injured ao that they had to be taken
to th hospital. The tourist car waa turned
cs Its side and the Infantrymen were com
' palled to get out through the windows
Th wreck eauaed a alight delay in the
transfer of the property of the companies.
Those who were Injured are: Sergeant
, Reullng. severely cut on left foot and
badly brnlaed; Corporal Devot. cut on both
' feet and brvleed about the shoulders;
Corporal Walker, back badly atralnsd. Niarly
all of tba men la the company were more
or leaa bruised by the overturning ot the
csrs. A boob as th Injured men could
b taken from th wreck tbey were eon
Toyed to tb fort hospital In an ambultne
and their wound dressed.
eighteenth century. A part of the atory
Is laid In colonial America, but most ot
Its many stirring adventures occur In
Francs. One feature of the story Is Its
Isngusge, which is that of the present day.
Jwsyt Indicate a weak heart
They art usiully prtceeded or
ollxywtd by pJpitttion or flut
tering, and there may be pain
in left tide, a trnotkerin? aen
tation and thortness of breath.
Such a heart should be treated
at once, before the disease de
velop beyond control. . Heart
disease U as easily cured as other
trembles it Uken in time.
t was subject ta faJntlnr
alalia, antf goanr tlsoM 1 hav
laiUB oa tba ttrei. 1 was often
XHnpaU4 to ail &wa. wblla wal k
tstf to avoid i ailinf. Tn lienjphysl
e ita failed W Jo, 1, took
lr. Mlls Krt Pbjb tad was
CaUJJ ra IX HAYATX.
i He&?t Ctifc
ss cspect&y adapted to remove
all iriegT3lanfie of tke heart's
vctk, 2b(i ty drwejists
fjoaxsnte . . .
I. U&at C Uifcart, 14.
SETTLES WITHRUDI0 ESTATE
Ckleasa 4k Hertkwestera Rallraaa
raaaaaar Will Pay Tea Tkaa- ,
Judge Vlnsonhaler of tha sounty court
ha authorised Henry Schoeneck, as special
executor of the estate of Oeorg Rudie and
administrator of the estate of Fannie Rudlo,
bis wife, to settle with the Chicago A
Northwestern railroad for flA.OOO a dam
ages sustained la the wreck la which they
both lost their Uvea. The catastrophs oc
curred the Sunday of the laat week la P
oeatber at Mllaa. 111., aad waa the reault of
a colllsloa. which burned the aleeplng car
may war la.
Gsaa far Ik tafctee
There la ao better m edicts mad for
babies thsa Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy.
It pleasant taate and prompt and effectual
curee make It a favorite with the mother
f small children. It quickly cure their
eougha aad colds, preventing pneumonia' or
other serious consequence. . it not only
cure croup, tut wbea given aa boob as th
eroupy cough appeare will prevent the at
tack. Cbamberlaia'a Cough Remedy con
tains no opium or aarcouo la aay form,
aad may b glvea aa confidently to a baby
aa to aa adult. It alwaya cure.
Tha follomlne births and deathe were re
ported at the ufflce of tha Board of Health
units me teny-iour aoura enaing i uee
Death sfre. Uu C ManeAald. SMg Cum.
Ine atraet. aaeO U veara. Oeraldlna Fahv.
I A Bouin Tanin atrevt, agea 1 yeara; Rue
Bell Cahone. N'erth Platte, tnd at vaara:
Joha K. Cox, ICS South tlghih e tract, a4
Binha David Olaoa. 4131 Daeatur atreet
boy; tail lraon. M North Stateenih
tract, S'ri; aiicnaei Haaraaaa. t t'as.
lallar airaat. ;lrl; WlUard LaucfeM, Tair
, iy-au.ia sua ti'ua lutti,
On of th lateat noveli to com to hand
bears tb title, "Story of Eden," and la by
Dolf Wylarde. It is a story of "society
life" at the South Afticaa capital Cape
town. To be more exact, however, thst
most barren of all cities is not itself In
troduced Into the book, the scenes being
laid in the' fssblooabla ' and beautiful
suburbs surrounding the town, ha If -moon -like,
and forming with the aeacosst a girdle
out of which Table mountain re re its
great flat top. A very happy reault, too,
to have put the aeeaerles of a novel ao
warm and throbbing under the brilliant.
generous South Africsn scenes, which mskes
the dwellers there feel the life within them
pulsating tbs exhilaration of eternal
pring. Vivid, sometimes terrible, aod
sometimes pathetic, this bright picture of
the social sphere la the antipodes will be
found excellent reading, "compelling"
from cover to cover. John Lane. New
H. O. Well a new book, "Anticipations,"
ill make a marked impression oa the
hought of our tlmee. It la devoted to a
thorough forecast of future developments
la science, la locomotion, la mechaaica, la
social affaire, la methods of government,
etc. The book Is seriously and earnestly
written and la based catlrely upon fact,
and their logical outcome a the author
sees It. One English crltlo calls It "one of
the most startling, pregnsnt and courage
oua book a that the world ha aeea for aome
time." Another Bays: "It will mark sn
epoch la current thought much aa 'Barter
Reeartue' did In Its day." It Is a book that
Incidentally promisee ta be of the greateet
intereet In debating and literary societies.
for It teems with suggestive thought and la
directly Inspiring to discussion aod tha
Star.- "Hon Shoe." "Staadard Wavy." "Spearhead." " Drarasoad Pilars! Leaf. "Oood Leek," "Hpev WrMk," Soot Tsek." "Kahwy Saaa Sail," " T.,
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writing of club papers. Hsrper Bro.,
Contrary to the expectations aroused by
the title, "Lepldus, the Centurion." by Ed
win Lester Arnold, Is not a tale of old Ro
man days, but Inatead la concerned with
English life of the preeent time. Beyond a
touch of unreality lent by an unuaual plot
the situations are vivid, well connected and
plausible, glowing under tha author's imag
inative powers. The study of modern so
cial life, with its tinge of the ancient, be
come all the more Interesting through the
blending. The author la afforded a fine op
portunity for mild aarcaam, rich humor and
atrlklng dramatic effect, all of which he la
the first to perceive. For the reat this la
a etory without a villain whose absence ta
not even missed, so rapid is the action
aad with a heroine well worth the struggle
which culminates here after 2.000 years.
Thomas T. Crowell Co., New York.
During the ten yeara Intervening between
1I70-18S0 "Josh Billings' Old Farmera' AI1
mlnax" was one of the moat popular ot all
comlo books and millions of copies were
sold. No writer ot that time was ao often
quoted by the current publications snd his
homely philosophy waa familiar to tba
readers of the weekly newspaper from one
end of the country to the other. That the
demand for his writings hss not died out
Is evidenced by the fact that his "Farmers'
Allmlnsx" has been reproduced In one
volume. The original Illustrations have
been retained and the general style of the
work as well, so thst It Is In fsct a very
good reproduction of the original. Readera
of the preeent day whoae memory does aot
go back that far will be Interested In resd
lag what the people of twenty or thirty
yaara ago conaldered as extremely humor
aua. Q. W. Dillingham company, New
CUT SLEEPING MAN'S NECK
Mike Kovak laser Arrest (baraed
wrltk Aaaaalt aa Frank
Mike Novak le In the city Jail, charged
with cutting Frank LUter In the neck with
a pocketknlfe. The men room at 110 Doug
laa street Novak came home at an early
hour yeeterday morning, carrying a pint of
whisky in a bottle and the balance of a
quart Internally. LUter was sleeping in
an adjoining room. After preparing ts re
tire Novak went into Lister s room and
while the latter slept cut him In the side
of the neck with a dull knife. Novak then
S ent back to bis own . room and retired,
not leaving It again until called forth by
the officers. Lister bad hi. wounds dressed
at a nearby drug store and reported the
cutting to the police.
plaintiff, to turn over tnat amount or stock
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RsadyWadassdsy, March 19
Davla Estate . Lttlgatloa.
Bl'TTE, Mont.. March 11. Andrew J.
Davis haa filed two answers In the aulta
brought agalnat him here in the dletrlct
court by Jila brother. George W. Davla. to
recover U',00o worth of Kirat National
bank stock. He denlea that any agree
ment existed, auch aa charged by the
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