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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: TilUKftD AY, ,OCTOHKJr "10, : li0.
Miss Lillian Ratnsoy
A Prnmlamt C'lab of Desv
u He Mather Tell What
Wsrnsr'a Safe rsrs Haa
Ioae for Tbens.
New Vark'i Moat aiieeeesfal peolallet
la Vmu'i niaeaeea Baysi' "Ussrls
F.Terr Cass of "o-Called Female
Weakneaa aail Palafal FertsSa la
Una fa KJSsey or Bladder Dlsssss
of ln Form."
Peel Miserable, Make Teat of
Tsar frlne sad Satisfy Yoaraelf.
MI68 XILLIAN RAMSEY.
Vina IJillan Ramsey, President Of th
Denver Wulncy Club ot Denver, Colo, saya:
"1 waa ail run down, and had no appetite
was troubled with Indigestion, paina in
my back and Buffered umold mlaery dur
ing my mont'.i period until I used War
ner'a Hate lire. 'thanks to It, 1 am now
aa strong ana healthy aa any woman could
be. My mother Buffered tor over two years
with what our doctor called "weakneaa pe
culiar to women.' bhe had severe palna In
her back and her head ached almost con
stantly; In tact, she waa an Invalid until
the doctor prescrlDed Warner's Hate Cure.
Three bottlea made a permanent cure.
Bhe haa no more of her old troubles and
enjoya perfect health. All her complica
tions were caused by disease of the kidneys.
Had my mother taaen Warner s Bat Cure
In the first place, instead of a lot ot so
called cures for temaie weakneea, she
would have been saved a great deal of
suffering. Wa will never be without a bot
tle of Warner's Bate cure In the house,
and If every poor, suffering woman knew
the merits of Warner a Baii cure she
mlKht be restored to perfect bea'tti."
Thousands who have died from kidney
dlaeaae of one form or another because It
bad poisoned their systems before they
knew it, might have been saved had they
examined their urine and found out the
true condition of their kidneys. Put aome
morning urine In a glass or bottle, let it
land 'A hours; if then It Is cloudy, or has
a brick-dust sediment, or particles float in
It, your kidneys are diseased, and If not at
tended to at once your lite will be cut off
with Bright s dlseose, diabetes, uric acid
poison or other complications.
, A free trial bottle has often been suffi
cient to cure cases of kidney disease when
the simple home test described a Dove has
been made In tha earlier stages ot the dta-eeae-
-.. ,. .
VAANEB'S SAFE CURE
will euro any disease of the kidneys, liver,
bladder, or olood; It will curs- Bright s dis
ease, disbelea, galiaiaaea, rheumatism,
rheumatic gout, awaiting, ecsema Jaunuice,
patntul passage ot urine, torpid aver, uric
acid poison, indigestion and stomach trou-
ble, which are so etten caused by the dis
eased condition of the kidneys. -
Warner s bafe Cure is purely vegetable
and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs.
It la tree from sediment and Is pleasant to
take. (Beware of so-called klaney cures
full of sediment and of bad otfor they are
harmful;. Safe Cure does not constipate.
It kills the disease germs. Warner s Bafs
Cure haa oeen prescrioed and used by lead
ing doctors lor over z6 years, and Is used
In many prominent hospitals exclusively.
WArtNER'd BAFC Pli.i.8 move the
bowels genuy and ala a apeedy cure.
Warner a Hate Cure Is what you need
You can buy it at any drug store, two reg
ular eises, oO cents and tl.uO a bottle.
Refuse substitute and Imitations
There la none "Just aa good" as Warners
Insist on the genuine wmch always curea.
SuDatiluiea contain harmtut druga which
Injure the system. x
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
To convince every surterer from disease
of the kidneys, liver, madder and blood
that vtarnera Hate Cure will cure them, d
. trial bottle will be sent aosoiutely tree,
postpaid. Also a valuuole mealcal booklet
which telia all about the uieease ot tha
kidneys, liver and - bladaer. with a nra-
acripnon tor each disease, and many of the
mousanas or testimonials recetveu duliy
from gratelul panenta who have been
cured by Warners bare cure. All you
have to do Is to write Warner a Bute Cure
Company, Kochestcr, N. Y., ana mention
bavmg read tnia uoerai oner In this paper,
Tne genulneneaa ot this offer la fully guar
euueud by the publisher.
are those weighed dewa by mental de
Brewlon. Men rise in this world
irongh buoyant nerve force.
The loss cil tkla force dally drags
down to failure some of tbe world's
brightest miuda, ouch a condition Is
eomaualy knows as Nervous Debility,
Wh you lose aclf-coundeuec aud
feel your atrengtb, energy and nerve
force ar-j slipping away, it la high time
you seek aaUle aid.
Yoa prefer health nd success te
mUrry and failure.
have as equal as a serve restorer. A
ceil Die of bomee will dixnel ih.t k.m
feeling; the snnatural weariness (lis.
anptaraand replaces languor with nrw
force and vigor ol body and brain. Sis.
boxen will cure any oretnary rant of
nervous debility. I) But, you get your
1 utf per boa- j for IS 00, mallei ia
piain vbcui. vooa, iree.
Per sale by Kunn dt Co., Omaha.
Iilllon'e Drug Store, South Omaha.
Etavta Drug Co., Council Rluffv la.
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HERMAN Jt M't O .Kl.lb DNtO to,
Cersar Ulaueaitb and Dodge streets. Oasaas
Is tbs worst olasas ea earth, vat tae
MS I as l to curs WH.N YOU K.NOW
WHAT TO Do. Many have pimples, apeia
oa the skin, aore In the mouis altera.
Ialliug hair, bone pales, catarrh; dun
now It la BLOOiJ I'ulnON bent to IH.
hHOWN. kU. Arch tit,. Philadelphia, Ja .
twr BROWN S BLOOD CUHK. (lis) per
buttle; lasts ont. month. bold only by
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Dodge Bis . Omaha.
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BOtfEN ASKS FOR WAR SHIPS
Minister at Caracas lays the Situation ii
RIOTING AND PILLAGE IS FEARED
Orenaloa of ths Capital of Veae
ssela by Revslatlossry- Forces
Will Bo Atteaded vrltS Das.
ger for Foreigners,
CARACAS. Oct .. United States Min
ister Bowen has cabled to Washington re
questing that warship be sent to La
Gueyra. The situation la extremely crit
ical. : ''-
WASHINGTON. Oct, IS. United : States
Minister Bowen at Caracas has cabled tha
State department asking that on, or per
haps two,- more warships bo sent to rein
fore the gunboat Marietta at LaQuayra In
view tsf the present critical situation which
has arisen at theVenMuelso capital.
Some time afo, 'when .President-Castro
left his capital, Minister Bowen expressed
to the State department hi, fears that aa
occupation of, tbe capital -by the revolu
tionary forces will result In rioting and pil
lage and be attended With "groat dangers to
unprotected - foreigner Sura a situation,
It Is Inferred hers, s again Imminent. The
nearest war Vessel to tbe scene of trouble
Is toa.guDboat Montgomery. which ' left
Haytl about the first of this month for
Santa Marts, near .the mouth ot the Mag
dalene river In Colombia, to look Into tht
troubled situation. Owing to the interrup
tion to cable communication the Navy de
partment has received no report from
Montgomery since It left Haytl, and It la
feared that even It Us services at Santa
Marta are. not now needed it cannot be
reached with dispatch.
Panther Is etui at Colon and Cincinnati
haa Just arrived In Haytlan waters. There
are several gunboats and cruiser which are
destined for the Caribbean section, which
are ready for active service namely, New
ark, Machias at Boston, Hist at New Lon
don and Detroit at Portsmouth, N. Y.
From Minister Bowen's advices It appears
that a vessel Is needed at the earliest pos
sible moment, so It Is probable that either
Panther or Cincinnati will be ordered from
Its present station and sent to the Venexue-
The following cablegram received at the
State department this morning from Minis
ter Bowen, dated last night at Caracas,
shows the critical condition of affairs in the
The army Is still near Valencia. No niir-
tlculsrs obtainable. Valencia closely Sur
rounded and battle going on now.
FRAUD IS LAID BARE
(Continued from First Page.)
for work, which was glveu him. For two
Jays he tolled at dumping scrapers, filling
scrapers, surfacing or similar work and ot
evenings conversed with those about camp.
footed It to the Bluffs with parties and on
Sunday, taking his departure wended his
way along tbe route,- stopping next at
Sharps' camn. near Mlnden. Here the
tame plan was resorted to and the result
was the unfolding of several, ot the scheme!
used by the Mercerltee to carry tbe primary
election. His written report la a follow
Puttlagf 'f'ft the Jeb. '
jo s, man by the same ot Norton, better
known as 'Shorty amone the men alone the
I'ne, 1 attributed the success ef securing the
grading employee irotn out along the Great
western roaa. Norton went out over in
line a week, or so before the primaries and
secured the promise of the parties to come
to Omaha-and take pert la tne election
He detailed, to them that there was no pos
sible danger end they they could make from
12 up and expenses
"They were met tn the outer yards ot the
Milwaukee and Rock Island roe.de between
the hours of 10 o'clock end 2 to'olock on the
19th and seat from the Bluffs td Omaha In
bunches' of two to ' ten. Each group of
gradpr -wa given s slip directing, them to
report at certain pieces In the .various
wards. The name of one Of tha partlea to
whom they were to report was given as Will
Esancy and Sixteenth and Howard streets
wa where he met the eontlngeut used In
the Fourth ward. Tbe parties were driven
to the polls and two would go In together.
One would be an Omaha man. the other I
stranger. Some were provided with affi
davits, others with name to be voted.
When Inside tbe polling place It was no
difficult matter tor the city man to go to the
same table and watch the marking of the
ballot Tbey then departed, going to Six
teenth end Howard, where the money was
"Later In the day thla proved te be s too
cumbersome Job and the endlese chain wa
resorted to. A ballot wee scoured during a
rush of voter and pocketing It the ballot
was furnished the strangers and on thslr
returning with en unmarked tlckst they
were paid. Borne ot the men along the line
declared they had voted ee many as Ave
time la a many wards, being, paid each
Asked how they could tell who to ap
proach when arriving at tbe corner of 8lx-
teeuth and Howard, one of the men etated the information and locate the persona tm
that he wa given a slip on which wa . plicated. It waa found that the party call
printed D. Norton, aad that, on - the other
elds was wrlttsn tlie name of th party to
whom he was to go, and he wa told he
could be found at or near the corner of
tbe streets named, near a restaurant a half
block west, all afterhoo'h; 'that' he would
have a bunch of yellow paper In hi hand.
Some of tha men refused to leeve the Bluffs
until they received money and these par,
ties were given $1.26 each and also paid la
Omaha for casting their ballets. .
. Sooarlss Perjared-.AfAalavtta.
"Thla party is named. $i Lynch, but he
declare he did not vote, under hi own
name, nor would be tell the namea under
which be did cast a ballot, but he declared I
te had voted In tbe First. Fourth and
Eighth wards, reeslvtng (1.16 therefor, 1.!6
before coming to Thnahs and 12 each time
be voted. He said he met Norton near the
road leading to the Deaf and Dumb Insti
tute. There were four of them. They were
given a slip to Will Esancy, and after re
ceiving their money they crossed the river,
getting oft the car at Tenth strset and go-
tig te Howard, walked- out to Sixteenth
"After (tending about for awhile they it
th object ot tbelr aearcb, the man with tbe
yellow roll, and approaching him the slip
wa given to the fellow. 'You will have to
ecure affidavit,' aatd he. and th party
proceeded to th city ball. Inald the build
ing Esancy made Inquiry of a gentleman In
undertone and th crowd paed Into the
clerk' office. Lynch was Introduced as a
Fourth warder and secdYed an affidavit to
tha effect that be was not In the city on
registration days and shortly afterward bis
ticket, msrked la advance by someone and
given him by Esancy, was voted.
"Lynch declared that Eaaaey voted while
he waa In the room. He waa poeltlve that
Esaasy procured an atfidavlt at th city
ball other than the one given 'to him and
that no questione were asked except as to
the name and place of residence and why
be did not reglstsr. Lynch also ststsd
that Ecancy did all the talking for aim
aad that they left the building together.
When tbey returned to the place Lyerh
sakut embers- hie comfaohHis were aad he
was toi toey asa sees aeat ta IB Kigali
ward. After a few moments of converse
tlon Ijnch was whirled away to the Bight
ward, where he met his friends.
"They Introduced him to a man named
Fowler and In a short time he wss again
at the city hall for an Eighth ward affi
davit end back again to ote. Tbe man
Fowler ws met at the saloon a hslf block
east of tbs polling place.
Lynch alo said he voted tn the First
ward, being furnished a bame by a party
who talked with a man who held a book,
which appeared to be a copy of the regis
try of voter.
Easy t Is the Klaatk,
"At tbe McClcllaa camp a number ot
persons wets met rho were willing to
admit that, they haa visited Omaha on
primary election dey, but they were not
disposed to 'give the snap' away. How
ever, they Were, Qrnew'hat disposed to talk'
when The Bee representative stated he
had been- there and -had been sent there
te work nd vote 'or Mercer.
"One ef them said he had been to town
hd read an Omaha paper In which it was
atated that ; grader.. '.had been over to
Omaha to rote and that thev mltht get
Into trouble, and ttif dlsousslon, cut short,
tne conversation at supper on tne even
ing of Monday, September!. That even
ing, at a later; hour, when indulging In a
game of cards', -one er th"inen gave hi
expctlenoe. saiai- ' - r-
T itisd Mtfi that T-rl.lnv I vntsit
twrre in the Elehth ward ahd vras sworn In
ny ins same men ootn times, lnev tii'tn t
know me.' nc- I thi-rri.' . I -got a si p with
the balance of the boys in. the Milwaukee
yards, and then went to'Iee Mitchell'
saloon with Norton. He .bought us some
whisky end gave us two and a quarter
apiece. This was directly after the dinner
nour. I tonic a motor to otnana.ana got
Into a carriage in Douglas street with two
others from our camn. We were driven
out to the EHahth ward, on Cuming street.
We got out In front of the polls anf waked
cars to tne corner, we nad been told to
look for Fowler. He would have a roll of
yellow papers In his hand and would be at
or near the ealoon. 1 asked several, until
finally one man said "that a my name,
and took ua outside. The slln I had was
printed on red and white cardboard, looked
like a railway ticket, and thla I gave to
him, Norton s name was printed on the
ticket and Fowler's name was -written.
When It was given me Norton took a book
from his pocket, and runlng down ' list of
names, wrote the word . "Fowler", and put
a figure R at the end and told us how
to reach the place. This ticket was taken
by Fowler, who called another party and
sent us to the city hail for affidavits. The
man with us told us where to vay we lived
and to give any old name. This we did
and got affidavits on which we voted with
out any difficulty whatever. We had to
show our ballots, however, tn a man who
held a check book, which re did after
marking them, and a fellow who stood at
the aide door of the building gave us ur
money Just befote we crawled through a
hole In the fence to act out In the street.
We all went up the street w h the man
who paid us, and be treated the crowd.
He thanked us and said that there was no
question but the Mercer side would win.
Asked If hs would go to Omaha and tell
lil story he said: 'Not me, with the trou
ble looking straight at me.'
Repeaters Were Itasaeroaa,
"Inquiry developed that the force at work
along the' line between Mlnden and' Council
Bluffs, on the 19th of September, In the
afternoon, was very small. - . The grader
started for town early, some refuting to
work In the forenoon. They catne In
bunches and no lees than half a dozen dif
ferent names of parties to report to In
Omaha were given the men ti Norton,' and
some of the men claim" the nnw of -the
parties they were seat to were bogus, be
cause they heard them called other
name by citiiens about tbe poiiiug places.
"I found thirty-two persons' between Mln
den and the Bluff who were willing to ad
mit they had participated In the primaries
la this city, but thsy were hot willing, or
fefused, to give the name under which they
voted. . Tbey did say they had all' they
wanted to drink, smoke and eat betide re-'
calving (2 every time,, thor VAted. In, each
lnatance they were eit ';o g man, at a csr-j
tain place, who would nave a big "roll ' of
yellow paper In hie hand. Tbey" would
make Inquiry, a to the name and If proper
the slip would Indicate to 'the worker that
the bearer and party-could b used In any
manner, provided they were paid. This
earn to have been tbe plan. On the ap
pearance of the men at the voting place
they were to be used a time pnd lntitn
Hon suited the worker. . !(
Did KfTeetlve Work. ; V-
"There la no doubt but that the grading
force wa used to good advantage.
Scarcely a halt doien of the' partis seen
bnt admitted they had voted from two to
five times. All statsd they were given
marked ballots, or somsone went with them
so that tbey could see, while In the Eighth
the voter war compelled to show their
ticket to a checker. Of the thirty odd per
sons admitting tbey bad been In Omaha to
vote the Mercer ticket, all of them stated
that they had voted from two to five time,
and they seemed t think they had accom
plished a good day' work for thsmselvee.
They claimed there was so difficulty, te en
counter and that thsy had, or many of
them had, gone through the same program
or similar onss la other cities for both par
tie. They had little faar of a hereafter,
but owing to tbe publicity of the deal Im
mediately following the election they con
cluded that the Missouri river was a food
thing between them end parties who might
make them trouble." '
Records Verify tbe Disclosures.
TJpos receipt of this report a few days
ago a diligent search was made to verify
ing himself "Will Esancy" Is Hot at 113
Howard street and' " never resided ' there.
The building is a three-story brick on the
corner of Sixteenth ' and Howard ' street.
The occupant of No. 1611 had commenced
to move to another locality on Ceptember
15 and were ont of the building on the date
of the primary election. "
Upon examination , of tbe records itt was
found that Easncy had Voted at the Fourth
ward poll la Tbe Bee building on a certifi
cate sworn to by J. O. Kuhn and F. B. Ken
bard, wbo testified that they knew him to
be a legal voter ot the ward residing at tbe
address given and knew that he wse pre
vented from registering last year by reason
ot absence from tbe city. Parties who par
ticipated In the Eighth ward corroborate
other parts ot tbe story In several particu
lars, especially tbe fact that a plank In the
fence at the back of the building mentioned
In checking up th record ot the affiadvit
votea It transpires that 1,051 voters were
sworn In by affidavit In th first eight
ward of th city, the Ninth ward not be
ing csstestcd, there were c&ir SiU'
vita. ' . , - i '
TRIAL OF MOLINEUX BEGINS
Dsfesss Asala Objfeta ts Ipsalsi Jsry
Psael sad ta Overrated by
NEW YORK. Oct. W The second trial
of Roland B. Mollnsux, ehsrged with the
murder ot Mrs. Katherlne J. Adams, wa
called today la the criminal branch of the
supreme court. Justice John 8. Lambert
of Fredonla, N. Y., presided.
Mollneux waa brought Into court from the
Toombs aa soon as Justice Lambert took
his seat oa tha beach. His father. Oeaeral
Mollneux, sat beside htm. Mr. Week, of
eouassl for th defuses, filed a written
protest agalatt the special jury panel on
the ground that the lew providing far It
is unconstitutional. - '...in
justice Lambert repeated the ruling-"he
made oa this Sueetloa on Monday asd Mr.
j Week noted hi Brat xceptioa,
ROAD TO SETTLEMENT OPEN
Oeaterm it White' Heme JCadi WitS Ii-
: ' lection f-Commiwioa. '
organized Labor is represented
Representatives f AdaalaUtrStles,
the Oserator sad (he Me
Jela Is the Conference
at White Haste,
(Continued from First Page.l
that this would .not be the caae If one aid
to the controversy were afforded, the ad
vantage ot naming the classes from which
th arbitrator, were, to be appointed. r He
expressed, himself as being as anxious.
ever for arbitration, but hold, the presi
dent shpuld. bs allowed to nam the arbi
trator . without any restrictions made
either by the miner or the mine owners
' Mr., Mitchell, ia his counter proposition,
insisted that Predlftyn,i. Rooeevejt bef glvan
a free 'band In the..- selection, .of lie hoard
of arbitration and that the term under
which the operators' propose, to create tbst
board be remodeled. '
It is underttdod also that th wording ot
the mine operators' proposition, omitting
any reference to the miner' union, dqe(
not meet Mr. Mitchell' approval. He de
sires,, if possible to obtain . oro formal
recognition of the unlorv althougb .t,hat Is
a technicality which he may, waive subse
quently, as, .by. any agreement to arbitrate
the controversy, the miners will get a fin
era! recognition of. their orgaaUatlpn......
He also opposed, th restriction limiting
the (election of a federal Judge a on f
the arbitrator, to. a particular Jurisdiction.
It I stated on . excellent authority that
President Roosevelt agreed to present Mr. j
Mitchell' contention to the. operator. It
I bettered that tht will be th .next te,n
taken. . . . . .
- .. Will Dllpaat -With Details. '
Mr. Mitchell eald that the miner were
firm r In-their position and he could not
sanction any proposition that would sacri
fice their Interest. He wa willing; how
ever, to dispense With minor details and
Indicated his intention to demand 'only ' an
arbitration board which- should be selected
fairly and represent equally the Interest
of both parties. '' , . .. .... ....
It la generally, believed that while It may
take a tew day to bring them together,
tho present negotiations will terminate the
It Is pointed out by one who Is a recog
nised' authority-1 on strike oontroverale,
that In the event 'of an agreement on a
commission . ot arbitration it will not be
necessary for; President Mitchell to for
mally declare. the strike off. He may or
der the men back, holding In abeyance the
formal declaration . of the' end until the
commission hss-tnsda It finding. '
The event of the day leading up to the
preaent' ltuthn wr' entirely devoid of
sensattoqs or of dramatic Incldente. . Com
paratively tew people knew, ot th coming
of .President.! Mitchell, and a he Ma not
known, generally In Washington, hi . ap
pearances attracted.', little attention 'He
came, by nvltstlont ef the presldeat, -telegraphed
to bjimisst Bight, s He arrive et
11 7 o'clock..- v r. '. i'- ,- - . '
, Mr. - Mitchell's, second conference with
th president 1astd Just. 65 minutes. ,H
was usbored inta.th. president' office, at
l:lu. and, left ,et -1-.45. Ue - went directly
to, the office f JYealdent Campers, of th
Federation, of .-Labor. viTbely consultation
wa necessarily .brief,. ee- Miv Mitchell de
sired to lefv. oib first, train erWUke-
Mr. MHoaeri left, at 0 fo Wllkeabarrs.
Just before hi .departure , he declined ab
solutely to make any statement whatever
of the . result of the cpnterence with tbe
f resident- .; " ;
Shortly. jifter'Mrr Mltchejl'left the White
House Becretar . Boot arrived, and soon
afterward the president and th secretary
left on an axtended drive. . , ,
Prior to the. arrival of Mr. Mitchell, the
president was engaged buly In qonterence
with hi advisor. . Beoretarr- Rout waa an
arly caller, and 'was tn ,nwi vce .wjth
the president , for about an hour.. Aa be
left the White House Mr. Root, while tak
ing generally - as Optlmistlo view of th
situation, said om obstacle had arisen
In the way.pt. ttUmnt of the txlke.
Theae. be believed, .would . be overcome.
Just bow h,ey were to be overcome! he did
not Indicate and he did sot ay what , the
nature of the obstacles were.
Subsequently Colonel CsrroJl D. Wright,
commission er of lab.QT,.and Mr. Prank P.
Bargent, commissioner of Immigration, went
into confereaee .with the president. Com
missioner Sargent remained only a- brief
time. When he left -the Whits House he
declined to discuss hi a Interview with the
Representative Pyne of Now Tork had
a brief interview with the president, but, ex
cept incidentally, it wee not In relation to
the eoal strike. Commissioner Wright had
not left tbe White House when Mr. Mitchell
Myaterloaa While Hoase Callers.
President Roosevelt tonight resumed con-
slderatlon of the strike situation.. He went
out. tor a long drive after hie conference
1th Mr.' MitcbsU" and on returning met
Carroll D. Wright, commissioner of labor,
and Mr. Bargent, commissioner of Immigra
tion. .', . ' - -
Later-two strangers, to those about the
temporary; White House called .and .wet
shown up. It was reported that they wer
Messrs. Robert Bacon and George W. Per
kins, members of the bsnktng firm of J.
Plerpoot Morgan. The conference lasted
from 7 to I. and then the president walked
te Secretary Hay's to dinner, while hi
two vlaltor weht to th Arlington hotel.
Me'aera. Baopn 'and Perkins ars stopping
there. About 10 o'clock ' President 'Roose
velt reentered th Whit House, accom
panied by 8eenctary Root aad Immediately
re-embarksd upon copd.eratlon ot the coal
Later a stranger called, answsring th ds-
, GKATfcfTL FOR FOOD. '
Lived Bsves Weeks ws MI1V.
'"Three yeafs'kgo thla month I "was a
great' sufferer ': from stomsch trouble,"
writes -Mr. Tinuia Lfls" of Prairie da
Sac, Wis. ' "I lad to give up eating meat,
potatoes and assets, and lived simply on
bread and tea; finally that, too, had to be
gives up, I got so weak I could not work
and I took' nothing into my stomsch for
eevea week but milk. I had triad three
doctor and all for no purpose: tbe last
doctor advised me to stop all medicine. I
bad to anyway. I wa so weak I ae pros
trat In bed. -
"A friend advised me to try Grape-Nuta,
but 1 was afraid to when a teaepoonful of
milk brought tears to my eyes, my stomach
was so raw. But I tried one teaspoonful
a day of the Orape-Nuts for ene week, and
finding It agreed with me. Increased the
quantity. In two weeks t could walk out
to tbs kitchen; In' four weeke t walked
half a block, and tods I do my owe light
"I ' live on Orspe-Nuts aad know they
saved my lite: 'my people all thought f
Could sot live S month whea I commenced
using them.' gad r very much surprised
at th cbang la tn.' I an very grateful
that there la cb a food to be ebtalnVd tor
those who have weak stomach '
criptloa of one of Mr. Morgan's partners,
ad was chown at nr to tbe president.
A few snlfiutee later the c ynferenee was
again In full swing and the prestdeet1 and
Secretary Root representing the adminis
tration, Mess.' Bacon -and Perkins, tbe
two mysterious men, tbe operators, Mr.
Sarrent the mlaere and Mr. Wright at
tending In bis capacity aa commissioner of
labor. ' . N. .
The first. Sign cf a break-up of
tbe confereaee- waa at 11:56, - when Sec
retary Cortelyon annaounced that an offi
cial statement or the aituation .would be
made- public- tn about ' half an hour.
Shortly after 1 o'olock Secretary Root
came 'out, latifthink and happy, and spread
th kind tiding that a common ground of
agreement between the operators and
midst hsd beeh reached and that the strike
ws practically etinVd. ' It was learned a
few moment later that the chief feature of
the agreement wa the addition of a sixth
member to (he arbitration commission, the
surmfse following fa a matter of course
tbkt the additional member would be more
particularly a representative of labor.
It was said at the seme time, now that an
agreement-had been arrived at to the
mean of determining th difference, that
the president would Insist on an Immediate
resumptroa of wok and that he had reason
to expect M advice woutd be followed.
Messrs. Baton and Perkins, partnere In
Mr. J. Plerpobt Morgan' banking firm,
were present dt the final conference a Ih
represeatativee Of th operators. When tht
gathering bmke tip hit breeent were In high
good hum and -there YWt a general ex
change or congratulation..''
toatentloa Mast Meet,
WILKESBARRE, Pa., Oct. 15. President
Mitchell arrived here from Washington at
1:35 this morning. He wss met at the rail
road station by National secretary Wilson.
Tho announcement from Washington that
the strike wa settled wa read to him
whll he was surrounded by a mll army
of newspaper men
He waa Immediately congratulated, and
in reply he ald
Your conerBtiilatlons ahnnM' H 'ithhM
until We see who the six representatives
on the commission are, ......
I understood before I left Wsshlngton
tnst there would be a sixth man and that
he would represent labor.
The whole-matter will be placed before
the joint meeting of the three executive
boards of. the anthracite region at their
meeting at 1ft this morning, f wilt Walt up
,m. . nn iuil siaiemenL wauea nv Mr
Cortelyou. ; ..
la. reply, to the question whether lie
would comply with tbe president' request
that coal mlnlng .be resumed immediately
he said he would make a more definite an
swer-when be knew more about the matter
Only the newspaper correspondents wsre
at the headquarters when the news ws Drat
received, about .twenty-five minutes before
Mr. Mitchell arrived.
After his Interview with the reporters In
tbe hotel lobby Mr. Mitchell went .0 hi
office on the second floor, where hu wa
closeted with Mr. Wilson.
While there the correspondent of tbe As
sociatad Press again went to him for further
enlightenment on the sltuatloi rngarilius
Immediate resumption and he mado tbe
positive statement, that deloante conven
tion must first pass upon the nuestlon of
calling .off the strike.
. From the calling of tbe convention' to Its
adjournment Is only a nat'.er of tbrve or
four -days. " ',. : V . ,
There Is hardly any douot that a conven
tlon will stand by any gi-iment 'he has
made to' President Roosevott.
If a convention-la held It will probably
bs called -together. wUhln four days. - While
Hasreton 1 more - centrally located -there
I the probability that Wllkesbarr would
be the location because headquarter are
here. --About 860 delegates would be in
attendance.. . i i.: 4?v . - .
The general trlV. situation la unchanged,
"few" a2dltlpriarnieir'bejng' recruited by tbe
coal companies. ,. The sold re r passed
qtiiet day.' Tbey made the hsual morning
tour through the region to protect men
oiu m wor. . t . .
lisped "fo'r Speedy Bsseess.
6CRANTON, ; Pa., Oct. 16. The miners
who would discus f the arbitration at all
today wars generally adverse to It ee-
cep'ano; .bu wsre. satisfied to do what
ever President Mitchell thought betv There
waa a strong hop prevalent among the peo
ple at large that. President. Roosevelt would
show Mr. Mitchell that a fair, just and Im
partial tribunal could be selected.
.When the word cams that Mr. Mitchell
had alld s meeting st the district boards
this hop grew into a firm belief that Pres
ident Roosevelt had succeeded and that tp
morrow . would see something that would
Indicate a cits approach of th end.
Secretary James T.. Dempsey of the First
district executive board, said;
" I do not consider tbe proposition
fair ene, 'but r won't ray K I not going
to be accepted.:'-.
The Hat or place In operation had one
new addition today, work being reaumtd
at -the Preen, Ridge colliery ot th. Green
Ridge Coal compsny, on North W ashington
ARBITRATORS' - -BIOGRAPHIES
leeretsry- CortelyoS Gives Psrtlc
slsrs 4soersla Mra Whs Will
i . AAJsdiests ss Itrlke. '
: -. . i , , .
WASHJNQTpN. Oct. 15. Tbe following
brief kstcbes - ef the live end chlve-
mnts -pi the men aomlntted by the prssl
dent te erblttau on th coal atrlk were
compiled by Seoretary Cortelyou and glvea
out, with the namea:,, t - ,
Gray, Oeorge, judge circuit court, Third
United States circuit since 1891; bora New
Castle, Del., May 4, 1840; son of Andrew
C. and' Elisabeth. M.; ' graduate Princeton
1859 (A. M. 1853. LL.D. 1889); studied law
t Harvard, admitted to' bar 1893; prac
ticed law at New Castle 18C3-I; afterward
at Wilmington;' merrtod Margaret J. Black.
Attorney general "Of Delaware- U7S-6S
United States, senator 1863-11; democrat.
Member' foreign relatione and judiciary
committees In enat; In 1811 affiliated
with tbs natlontl (gold standard) demo
crats in tha April election; member p-
commission Paris, 1698; appointed by the
president - member of. joint bjgb commis
sion st Quebec, J 898; member ot interna
tional committee of arbitration (under Tbe
Hague convention November, 1900). Home,
PARKER, Edward Wheeler, statlstlclsa
United 8tatee geological survey and expert
special agsnt, 110th census U. fi.l Urn Port
Deposit, Md.t June 1, 1840: SOS of Wffl. and
Henrietta Hyde, (Uonneil) educated common
Schools there and 'Baltimore and IS city
college, Baltimore. Author annual report
of production of coal In United States, pro
duction of ceke In United Blstss. produc
tion good salt ia United State and other
ebaptere In annual volumes United States
geological survey. Resident 1711 Reggs
SPALD1NQ, . John Lancaster. (R. a),
bishop of Peoria aloes 1877, born Lebanon,
Ky., January 11, 1840; educated Mount St.
Mary' College,.. Emmltsburg, - Md., Unl
vereity of Louvaln, Belgium, and In Rome.
secretary to Blahap of Louisville 1866; la
18 built Bt. Augustine's church tor Cathe
llo negroes of Loulsvllls; chancellor dio
cese of Loulsvllls 1871; in New Tork 1871-7.
Author life of Most Rev. M. i. Spalding,
archbishop ; assay aad reflsws: reltgtoue
mission ot. the Irish people; lectures ial
discourses; education and the higher lift-;
thing of mind; mean and 'end of educa
tion; thought and theories of life and edu
cation; 'America aad other poem,, ths
poets praise; tongs, etc. Addre 0T Nqth
Madison avenue. Peoria, III.
WIL-90N, John M., brigadier general,
chief ef engineers, V. 8. A., since Februsry
1. 1877; born In District of Columbia, Octo
ber 16, l37i graduate West Point, I860;
LL.D., OofuroMsQ university, 1S90; breveted
lieutenant artillery July 1, I860; second lieu
tenant artillery January 18. 1S1; first lieu
tenant May 14, 1861; transferred to engi
neer 1861;. cap tats engineer March' 18.
1863; major June I, 187; lieutenant colonel
March. 17, 1884; colonel March 17, 1815.. In
civil Wsr rescued. brevet rank of colonel In
volunteer sod llnlted Stales array for gal
lantry is various" battles: afterward bad
charge of engineering worka on rivers and
harbors, canals, the building of the Army
Medical Museum and Library, completion of
Washington monument, etc; for a time
superintendent of United State Military
academy, retired October. 1901.
BUTLER MUST STAND TRIAL
Cesrt Overrates Molsa Filed kr tbs
Attorsere Jtor t. Losla Mil
COLUMBIA. Mo.. Oct 15. The demurrer
filed by attorneys tor the' defense to the
Indictment chsrglcg Colonel Ed Butler, the
millionaire politician of St. Louis, with
attempted bribery, la ccnnectlon with the
pssssge of a garbage bill, wa overruled
today by Judge Hpckaday. Tbe case will
accordingly proceed to trial.
Ifi his decision. Juda Hockaday took un
the (x specific' points mentioned In. the
drfcurjer and overruled each In turn. He
held that the Indictment wa sufficient
In every essential detail. Tbe principal
contention set UD by the defense thst there J
wa no charter power In tbe municipal'
assembly to enact an ordinance aulhorls
ing th Board of Health to make the con
tract contemplated' by th ordinance, wa
held to be untenable by the judge.
Defense (ought to prov that lnc th
assembly could not by ordinance delegate
such power to the Board of Health there
was no official duty for Drs, Chapman and
Morrill to perform which the defendant
might attempt to bribe them not to dia-
eherge. '' , :
When Circuit' Attorney Folk wa shown
a telegram this afternoon stating that John
R. McCarthy, the missing witness for the
defense, wee hi Kansas City he wired As
sistant Chief of Detectives James Smith ot
fit. Louis, who I attending tbe Knight of
Father Matthew, convention there, to locate
nd hold McCarthy. - .
In hi application for a continuance, filed
with Judge Hockaday, after the reading of
the demurrer decision, Edward Butler af
firms t that th absence of John W. Mc
Carthy, a .witness for th defense, makes it
impossible for him safely to go to trial at
thlt.term of oourt. Butler says In We affi
davit that he expects to prove by McCarthy
mat he . visited . Dr. Chapman hou but
twice, after October 3, 1101, and . that clr
cumstaacee ts which McCarthy could testify
whl prove that , tbe alleged, attempt to
bribe could .not have beea made on either
The continuance, we'v granted.
BOND STORIES - DISCREDITED
-r-ressary Depsrtiaeat Offletala Do Siet
- Believe SV11 gtrset Rsanora-
... ..-.- i$,f pajMihssea. '' '
;i:! i ' :.
:'wVsmNGT0Nf,pct..J6.-r-)n September 1
last Secretary Shaw Issued a notice c the
effect that tbe department would purchase'
any -of the United State 6 per cent bond of
1004 st 1106 .flat .If .presented on or before
Octojber 15, .Under that offer th secretary
ha purchased 6a tip the ataioutt of f 13.S00, .
Some. 4r after, tht notice ws issued
the eecietary announced (bit offer for the
saje f government 8 an t would - con
sidered ftythe dsp-tmot,,but Intimated'
that tae nrices nuts', be lew If nl wer
made. Offef Under t"bls nauouncc'ini nt hu'y
been received aggregating at follawa:
13,700,000 4' of 1826 at 1131.16; 1200,000 4
of 1N7 at $111.50. All of. theae 'offer Jave
Becrctary Shaw I oa hi way to Oakland
City; Ind., where he will deliver a loll tiro I
speech tomorrow evening. When ques
tioned regarding the statement that the
secretary Is planning to purchase a block
of bonds, the officials here declined 'o the
absence at tbe secretary to talk, except to
ssy that the report waa without foundation,
Tbe fact that the secretary ao far hac de
clined all' bond offer ts taken to inllcste
that he Is not It present, at least. In the
MAKES A PLEA FOR INSANITY
Defeaas . sf Hsrry Rose, Slew York
' Stage Mamaser, Who Kilted
Bis Wits. '
' NEW "YORK, Oct. 13. In the 'case of
Harry Rose, 4he stage manager who was
Indicted for tbe murder of hi wif s few
dsys sgo, Abraham" Hummel entered tbe
special plea for Rose today that his client
Is now Insane and was Insane at the time
of tbe Commission of the crime.
He made the motion that the prisoner be
committed to s , hospital, to b brought
10 trial bould b recover. Tbe court dl-'
rected that ths Tomb physician examine
Rose and make a report sf him oa the sub
ject. REDUCES HARDWARE RATE
t.' Psst f Ste Osssavs a(ane rest
.'"''in- ss Other Blgr West-
' t ! , . .- . . . .
; .n i :erjs Cities. , . ,
.t i, ' -mm
CHICAOO; Oct.1 16. The Milwaukee Bt.
Paul has tsade a-reduetloa-in rateS'lo put
Omaha on as equal footing -with Denver,
Kasass Oily and St.' Joseph as regards Iron
and steet from Chicago.'
ST. JOSEPH OFFICIAL RESIGNS
Aaslstsst serlstesdest tnalth Will
- ' ' Jtrtm Hi LsSIa A Iroa Mssa
, ... . . , , tslav Read.
ST. J08EPH, Mo., Oct. IS. R. K. Smith,
assistant superintendent of the Kansas City,
St. Joseph Council Bluffs railway, has
tendered his resignation, to take effect
November 1. '
He w'll Accept s position a division u
: ladlrMtton ia oftea caused by 0Tr
atlnif. An smloeot authority aayg
ths harm dons thu exceed that from
tha excoaalv ue of alcohol. Eat all
tbs good food you want but don't over
load tbs atom&ch. A weak tomach
.may refuse to digest what yoa eat.
Then you Deed good dlgeetant Ilk.
Kodol, which d if eats your food with
out tbe toroachs aid. Thl reat and
ths wbnleaoms tonics Kodol contain
sosa restore health. Dietlngunuece
ary. Kodol quickly rsllsvsa tbs feel
ing of fulnssa u. bloat! off from
which soma psopls suffer after Deal.
Absolutely cares tDdlgettion.
Prepared or.'. Ttj S. O. DsWri-r Oo ,rtilcae
Thtfl b.i'i-BHilpt''"l-"' ' '
Th famoua little pills for eo&sUceUosv
perlntendent of the St. Louis ft Iron Moun
tain railway, with headquarters preaum
ably In St. Louis. ,
Rosins Csrslvsl st llskaqse.
Dt'OfQUK, la.. Oi$. 15 At a boxlns
carnival here tonight Johnny McVlckers of
Chicago knocked out Jnhnny. Clark of hl
cago in the sixth roirnrt of an elght-rouml
bout, jonnny iikrkii s i nirm" w""
decision ovfr Chaili-s Miller of Chicago In
elsht rounds. Kid Vermer of Chlcano got
the deiisi on over tommy rui-vsn m.
Louie In elsht rounds. Hrnny Yanger took
on Tony Mornn and Jim Kltter tor ten
rounds each. Vanger-WH given the de
cision over-Mornn In ten rounils .ind got
the decision In the first round over Rlttcr.
Referee Slier stopped the bout.
1 - V V-1 ft
V t ' "j
; Must s5njjrtyp
m TCsfiD uvu.
ans unnW SjMuwva.
CLUtB IOst HCADACMSe
v . Abwlute Purity .
and, peli ghtful navor arc
this WhisCer poe.
esses s" Aavef tbat haa
won tat it Abe- praise
ol oooseissyurs and a
, parity that causes phy
sicians to recommend
it. It fs perfectly saed
Snd Hesdsch or soai
stomach sevet follows
ita nie.- For sale at
the leading cafes, drug
stores and. bars.
HIRSCH & CO.
Whojttal uoil Rtakrs, ;; "
KANSAS CITY, MO
I th watchword for health and vigor, com
fort and beauty,- Mankind it learning sot
only the necessity but the luxury of clean
line. SAPOLltl,. which has wrought
such change in the home, anrtouncs br
llsttr trlumph-r- ,,. . .'-
FOR TOILET AND BATH .
A pecial oap which energite th whole
body, start the circulation and leave art
exhilarating glow. All grmctrt mmd UrufgUlt,
i - 11
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER '
DR. T. FELIX1 GOUt AUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM, OR MAGICAL' BEAUTIFIER.
R-morei - Tsn. Pimples.'
rrecai--- Motu rttcha.
JalV mud Bkln Uls
stss, an -vary
blemish ea bssstr.
an m Satsctlou.
It has stood ths tt
f rtr-four yr,
and Is n hsrmlMs'
ws' -tssts it ' ts l
urs It la propsriy
imde. Accspl no
ountr(H ef Hmi
lar nsm. Dr. u.
A. Bay la ssl te a
Udj t Ik hsut
ton ta estlsntl :
tM wviu una them. I .recom
mend 'uOUrtAUD'B CnEAM' a tbe least
harmful of all the skin preparation. For
able by all drug-flat and fancy goods deal
ers In the U. R. .nd Kurope. . .
KURD. T. HOPK.NS. Pfos'r,
7 Great Jones St.. N. t.
A Wise Wdman
will try Md piiifwt kw biit)-. A itM
MM M mM M Mk M CM RbTMn UIMKI.
Imperial Hair Regenerator
estflTM Gray ee Bleeobwt hair te any
-Mtnrnl solor nr shartr. It Is claa. Cur-
. ..,abla, and OtfK A PIT.tCATICiN W W. -i-
LAW FOR WONTWfl. . MimilH'
oboes tree, sens an rufun
Imperial Chemical Co., 135 W. Si St.. W. f.
'J-ild by Bherraah ft McConnell Drug '.
TON1QHT-P rllPAT ' NlrtHt.'
Special Uargalit Matinee FrldHV.
The acreamlngly fvinnv farce comedy,
"McFADDltN'e BOW Oe" , fXATS"
Company of W I'layfrs.
Price's Matinee, Hoc, 60c; niahi, tte, 50c, 75c.
BATURDAT MAT?NEK AND NiaHT.
. The Orialnal
Matinee "Robin hood."
Prices Matinee, nue to tl.KC nlht, 26o to
11.60. ioaltlvely, free list suspended.
SUNDAY MATINKK. NIOHT AND MON-
RagalVk Se Aejelph"
1 elephsnc Wt. - '
Matinees. t' und'
h qh Class vaudeville
Lamar anf Oabrtel,- luxate ' -and ' Vlnle
Ialy, Four planus- I'viiis Juttra. Mr. aad
Mrs. Bwlckaru, Wiu.. Tafclll Oavlta. DorsU
and It'issell n4 tbu'Kuiedrdine.
PHH Kit 10c. -inc. Uta. - ' '
iSlh ss4 Desilai Sta,
t MAMA, S KB.
Omaha Leading Hotel.
$' t.tJNCHBON.kfPIKTi' CUNTS,
li.AO to t p. m. i
gUNDAY, l:ta p. m blN.NEH. 75o. ,
fTewy ass nil ssAas i
... . esinumi
n i t
I m' QUAKER
irzvr -- at. i i i
. St Silly tneriHfrf;-' bLU ;ipc'ii,'l
tatcd an nliuinoiil ut litis tutim, ouublius
its Xuriucr capacity.
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