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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEi WEDNESDAY. OCTOHEIt 20, 1002.
FORTY-TWO t STATES ELECT
Three Have Already SelccUd fltat Officer
' ' ' and Mernberg of Congress.
OYER HALF ARE TO CHOOSE FULL TICKETS
K"rm of Thirty Irwtiri F.xplre a ail
la All hat Right af Three State.
the- Leerislatarre Are Still
to Bo Klttltl.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28. There will be
elections In forty-tan states next Tuesday,
. the other three (Maine,. Y'raont and Ore
gon) having already .elected this year elstn
officials and their .representatives In the 1
Fifty-eighth congress- In twenty-two of the
forty-two states a governor fend other atato
officers and congressmen are to be chosen;
la eleven, minor state officers or Judge, ot
the supreme court and congressmen are to
be voted for, while In nine, congressmen
only are to be .elected.
The 'principal state officers are to be
cboaen In Maa.achu.etta, Rhode Island) Con
necticut. New York, South Carolina,- Ala
bama, Texas, Michigan, Kansas, Minnesota,
South Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, .North
' Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada
and California. New Hampshire elocts only
a governor, Ten acme a governor and rail
road commissioner, and Pennsylvania a gov
ernor and two other state officials.
Minor state, officers, or justices of the
supreme court, are to be voted tor In Indi
ana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Iowa, Florida,
North Carolina,; Delaware, Utah, Washing
ton an Montana, '
Congressmen only are to be selected In
Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Virginia, West ; Virginia, Maryland, Ken
tucky and New Jersey, and delegates, In
Arison. Hawaii, New Mexico, Oklahoma
and' Porto fllco.
4 ,' Thirty Senator. Retire.
Tai terms ot thirty Untied States sena
tors'; expire March 4, ' M08. ' Five have al
ready beon filled by the election of James
B. McCreary Idem.), Kentucky;' Joseph B.
Forgker (rep.).--Ohio; Arthur P. Oorman,
(derli), Maryland; W. P. Dillingham (rep.),
Vermont, and Samuel B.' McGnery (lem.),
Mississippi. In the following states legislatures-which'
select a senator are to be
chests: 1 Sfew Harppablre, Connecticut, New
York'.JPeaoytvftTla,' North Carolina, South
Carolina, '-Florida, Alabama, Georgia, In
diana. 'Ullnels,-' M"lsourl, ; North Da
kota, 'Mouth r Dakota, .Wlse6nsln, Kansas,
Idaho; tUh, Colorado,' Nevada,' Washington
and California. The'. legislatures ot Oregon,
Arkaasfe and OftCrgta, which also elect a
senator, -have lrady; Veen chosen.
Aside from the two principal' political
parties, A dosen others have tickets la
the. leld.- Of the minor organisations, the
prohibitionists and socialists have mora
than the others. The prohibitionists have
mads nominations la Illinois, Texas, Idaho,
South Dakota, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa,
Michigan, Ohio, Kansas, Tennesaee, Wis
consin, Indiana, Minnesota, Colorsdo, Penn
sylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut and
Rhode Island, while-' the socialists have
tickets la Illinois, Jdsho,. Wyoming, Mon
tana, Missouri, Nebraska. Iowa, Michigan,
Ohio, Kansas, .'Washington, Utah, Colorado,
, Calttorgra,"Massachusett, Pennsylvania and
.New York.' ,
The socialistic labor party la represented
la Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin. Washington,
I adlana, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Massachu.
aetts and Connecticut, and the social demo
cratic In Wisconsin and Minnesota. '
The other parties have tickets as follows:
fsopls's, Illinois, Texas, Idsho, Colorado;
allied populists. Tesss, ' Kansas; populist,
Montana, Indiana, Minnesota; labor, Mon
tana; public ownership, 'Missouri; liberal
aemocrar, rew, ior;r union; repuDiicap,
A.iiawaee,.., . ft ' '. '-
STORY : SURPRISES JONES
(Continued from. First Page.)
twenty-nine square miles; population, 477.
Malcolm, Poweshiek county, one additional;
area, eighteen square miles; population,
560. Mount Auburn. Benton county, one
route; area, thirty-one square miles; popui
latloo, Ml. Relnbeck, Grundy county, three
routes; area covered, eighty square miles;
populatloa. . 1.25L Saint Olaf, Clayton
county, two routes; area, thirty-four square
miles; population, 815. Van Horn. Benton
county; two routes; area, flftjr-flv square
miles; population, $81. -.
PRESIDENT'S JSISTER IS ILL
Mrs. Poaglaa Robinson Retnrns front
Trfai Aaron,' Where She Wa.
' .-' : Kick Moat ( Tlnte.
NEW.. YORK, Oct. 28. Mrs. Douglas Rob
inson, sister ot President Roosevelt, who
arrived from Europe today, was reported to
have bden seriously ill during the entire
voyage. At ber borne In this city this aft
ernoon it was said that Mrs. Robinson was
very sick. She Is under the care ot a
physician.' "' . . ' ' '
Mri. Robinson was 'assisted from the ship
by her husband and aa attendant. She ap
peared 'to be so weak that she could hsrdly
walk sad looked extremely pale. Mr. Rob
Inson'aald; - "W believe It Is an attack ot
grip."- - '
It was learned that during the voyage tho
ship's surgeon lsnced'a boll on the back of
Mrs. Robinson's neck; that during the six
months that Mrs. Roblnsoa was abroad shs
waa 111 moat of the time.'
.11. .'.: I
At Pan-American EipoiUioa.
Unlike Any Othsr I
Tht) full Savor, ths delicious qual
ity, the abeolat ferity, ot Low
oeye Breakfast Coo distinguish
It from allot bera - -
j$rtVaaimaar With alkali: as
adulteration with floor. Starch ar
graced cocoa sheila! nothing but the
nutrltiva and- dignettble produe af
: tba ehnlsaat Cosaa Baa rue.
Ask Your Dealer for It
W v) )
RATS ARE NOW VALUABLE
riaaae VI. It. Yohohasaa aad Authori
ties Pat High Prlee on
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 11, via San Francisco,
Oct. 28. (Correspondence of the Associated
Press ) The efficacy of the measures tskea
to stamp out the plague, which was discov
ered in this port en the th, Is demon
strated by the fact that VP. t dsto only
Ave cases have occurred.
After the first cacS bad. been .authenti
cated a military cordon was established
round the whole district Involved. When
the residents of that dtatrlet. several blocks
In area, awoke the next snorarng tht v found
themselves walled In by a substantial board
fence eight feet high, closely gusrded. A
price was set on rats sad p to the present
time some 2,000 have been destroyed In the
quarantined quarter. . ,
Not content with cutting off this district,
however, the authorities determined to re
move Its position bodily, and started to
build accommodation at Konagawa fort, an
elevated point across the bay from Yoko
hama. Temporary building have now been
run up, and the first Installment of ISO
people taken there. . Their bouses In town
will probably be burned. .,
In the Infected district k theiofflce of
ths Toyo Kalseu Kalsha Steamship com
pany, which Is somewhat laoonvanlejiced by
the quarantine, but the other houses, 162
In all, were analnly. of the ordinary Japanese
unsubstantial type, Interspersed with Wick
aware houses. . ..
The government undertakes the support
of all the 1,240 persons In "ths quarantine
district. The expense of this for .twenty
days considered necessary is placed at
$20,000. - '
Tbs greatest precaution is taken to pre'
vent the spresd of the disease to ether
towns. The population la forbidden to walk
barefooted, and Innocent offenders are
stopped and warned by the police. Passen
gers by the local trains are subjected to
health Inspection. .; '
It Is hoped the disease- will be stamped
out by these energetlq measures, with the
aid of the weather. '
OPERATION IS A SUCCESS
Private Physician ot tho Pone t'nder
mm Eminent sjorgeoa'o Knife
ROME, Oct. II. The operation on Dr.
Lappont, the pope's 'private physician, who
Is suffering from appendicitis, was success
fully performed by Dr. MaxtoaL who oper
ated on the pope for a cyst about two years
The pope, who was very anxious, wss In
formed of the result by telephone, and
begged Dr. Maxionl to go to him person
ally in order that he wight bear more pre
MORGAN AFTER SOUTHAMPTON
Will Do Mack. Shipping; Trast Bvsl
neaa Tkr.ah England's :
Southern Port. ,
LONDON, Oct. 28. The chairman of the
Southwestern railway announced at South
ampton today that the International Mer
raatlle Marine company intended to largely
increase its business st Southampton. - -
Ha gave Henry Wilding aa authority for
the statement. Mr. Wilding is a member
of the British committee of the Interna
MEASLES KILLS THOUSANDS
' ashns v: Ml
PoIatloM o Kamvhatka Dies Fnat
i,. r - 'if ' 'art
Before the prtadta
' '' " '
LONDON. Oct. 29. The Dally Mail says
there Is an epidemic ot measlea on tho
Ten thousand persons have dlsd from the
disoase and the population of soms country
villages has been nearly wiped out.
Pletarea Mnat Be Removed.
LONDON. Oct. 28. The American asd
other art collectors who have loaned collec
tions to the South Kensington museum have
suddenly been notified that they must re
move their paintings and other treasures
within sis months. Ths ostensible reason
is that the 'museum needs the space tor its
own art objects, but it Is publicly said that
the authorities have corns to the conclusion
that ths museum is only being used to savs
storage fees. In this connection Americans
who objected to sending collections to tbs
United 8tatea on account, ot the duties have
been singled out and It is asserted that they
now find themselves in a curious dilemma.
Some of the owners have presented their
collections to various museums rstber than
to undertake their removal.
Italy to Nat Intervene.
' ROME, Oct. 88. Forelga. Minister Prln-
etl I quoted today la an interview as
saying Italy will not intervene against the
Mad Mullah of Somallland, ualesa be pro
voked a dlaturbane In -.territory under
Italian sovereignty. Italy H not concern
tog Itself with - the Mullah'a presence
merely within the Italian ' sphere ot la
fluenee beyond consenting, that the British
operate therein and attaching two officers
to Colonel Swsyne's fore to ywtch the
' Trade Valnnlsta Self.
, LIVERPOOL. Oct. 2S.T-Slevea of tba rep
resentatlvea of British trades unions who
are being sent to the United States by Al
fred Moaely sailed today en Lake Cham
plain for Canada. The remainder will sail
on Tautonls tomorrow and Umbrla on Sat
Chamberlain Satla n CrnUer.
I LONDON, Oct. 28. In aorordaac with the
wish of King Edward Mr. Chamberlain Is to
sail to South Africa on a naval vessel, and
the admiralty has assigned him ths new
cruiser Good Hope, which ras presented to
the empire by the Cape legislature.
Drauunlte Tnrkl.h Traapa.
SOFIA, Oct. 18. Leading Macedonians as
sert that the insurgents Inflicted aevere
(ossea on the Turkish troops during the re
cent fighting la the Preens pass by th us
ot dynamite miaee.
.Fighting in ths pais la still going eg.
Delared gnnavr Steamer Safe.
VICTORIA. B. C, Oct. 28. Th overtAie
sugar ateamer Ltndenhall, which was
stranded off ths coast of Japan enrout from
Java to Vancouver and waa twsaty-eevea
days out from Mojl, passed up t Van
Sactalleta Win Seats.
VIENNA. Oct. 28 KloetlAna fc.M
tw.ntv-four eon.Mtuennla. tn4w muitA
la a remarkable victory for th Christian
sociaiiais, wno won avery aeat contested
except one, wn.ro a second ballot 1 aeees
Carman Attavehea Hamad.
BERLIN. Oct. 18. Captata Erwin Schaef-
fer has been appelated Oermaa naval at
tacae aad First Lientsaaat Voa Bredow
military attach at Wasblngtoa, beginning
Italian Itisner Slaka.
MARSEILLES. Oot. !lUs a.. h
received here 'that th 'Italian ateamer
Bieaa baa foundered at sea. The report
adds that part ! the srsw waa saved.
THOUSANDS DIE OF CHOLERA
Frightful Ravage of Digests Reported in
PLAGUE ALSO A0DS TO THE HORROR
i'blnn, Japan and Rgynt Are Infeeted
with Disease and the Mortality
Rate lacrena. at an
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. The fearful rsv
agea of plague and cholera In the eld world
are set forth In mail advices received by
the Marine hospital service.
From Manila Chief Quarantine Officer
Perry makes a conservative estimate that
the cases of cholera that have actually oc
curred In the Philippine Islands space
March 20 last aggregate 76,000, with a mor
tality of 75 per cent. He says, under date
of September 19. that the disease has prac
tically disappeared from those provlncea
first infected, but those most recently af
fected are Buffering severely.
The province ot Hollo and the adjacent
Island of Negros are badlj Infected and
the situation Is alarming. Some of the
towns in these provlncea have lost 10 per
eent of their population and the epidemic
continues severe. In Japan the latest ad
vices show that there have been 4,329 cases
and 1,860 deaths from cholera.
The cholera situation In China Is summed
up as follows: Nanking, epidemic, 40,000
deaths; Foochow, epidemic; Shou Ynagh
slen, epidemic, t,000 cases per day; Heln
chou, epidemic; Tal Yuan Fu, epidemic;
Hslaotlentse, epidemic; Shouyang, epi
demic; Shih Uch, epidemic; Chenglchlen,
epidemic; Klnklang, reported; Nanchang
Fu, reported; Bbeoyang, reported; Hankow,
reported; Tien Tsln, reported; Soochow, re
ported. In Hong Kong, since the beginning of the
outbreak, there have been 459 cases and 196
deaths. Notwithstanding this the local au
thorities declare the colony free from
According to a report of the director gen
eral of the Egyptian department of health
the cholera epidemic continues to claim a
large number of victims. The number ot
infected places increased to 1.667. The num
ber of cases registered during, the week
ended September 16 amounted to 9.467, with
Of the 28,620 cases of cholera registered
between July 15 and August IS 23,684 were
fatal. During the four days from Septem
ber 15 to September 19 there were regis
tered 4,048 cases and 8,761 deaths. In Sues
between September 15 and September 19
twenty-nine fresh cases were registered. In
Damletta the dally number of cases re
corded is said to bs thirty. Karnak and
Luxor are also Infected'wlth the disease.
In Alexandria during the week ended Sep
tember 15, sixty-four cases of cholera ocr
curred among Europeans., with forty-one
deaths, and during the following five days
thirty-five cases and twenty-five deaths
FORM HAWAIIANJUGAR TRUST
Brewer 4b Company Combine Fanr of
the Largest Plantatlona In '
' the Island.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28. Official advices
were received in this city todsy of ths
consolidation of the four lergest Hawaiian
sugar plantations. The consolidation, will
take the form of a securities holding com
pany to be named the -Hawaiian Securities
company, which will be Incorporsted under
the laws of New Jersey. It Will have a
canltal of. 112,000.000. . .
C. Brewer & Co., of Honolulu, have a
controlling Interest with friends In four
present the company will hold control of
plantatlona. As the matter stands at
the stock and these stocks are to con
stitute the capital of the new company.
NEGRO BEATEN NEAR DEATH
Terrldea Small Girl. Is Lodged in
Jail nnd Cnptnred by
Mob. VICK8BURQ, Miss.. Oct. 28. Robert
Woodard, colored, was beaten almost to
death by a mob in the county Jail yard at
1:30 this morning.
On Monday evening he entered the borne
of the jailer and, finding no one at bom
but a 12-year-old girl, seised her rourhly
by the arm and demanded something to
eat. Just then the girl's brother appeared
and the negro took to flight. Later he waa
arrested and lodged In Jail.
The mob tonight acaled the walls, over
powered the jailer, stripped Woodard and
beat him unmercifully with rawhides.
Balldlna; af Shamrock III.
GLASGOW. Oct. 28 -The actual bulldlna
or onamrocK ill win ea oegun witnin a
fortnight. The 'bendlnc of its framea ia
nearly flnlahed and the shaping ot Ha
geei piaiea naa commenced.
Is af Little Benegt I'nlesa It Is Dl
rsearty everyone win -admit that as a
nstion we eat too much meat and too lit
tle of vegetables and th grains.
For business men, office men and clerks,
and, in tact, everyone engaged In sedentary
or Indoor occupations, grains, milk sad
vegetablea are much more healthful.
Only men engaged in a severe outdoor
manual labor can live on a heavy meat diet
and continue in health.
As a geenral rule, meat once a day is
sufficient tor all claases ot men, women
and children, and grains, fruits and vege
tables should constitute the bulk of food
. But many of the most nutritious foods
are difficult of digestion and it Is of no
use to advise brain workers to eat largely
of grains gad vegetables where the dlges
tloa Is to weak to assimilate them prop
It is alwaya best, to get the best results
from our food, that some simple and harm
less digestive should be taken after meals
t assist th relaxed digestive organs and
several years experience have proven
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tableta to be a very
safe, pleasant and effective dig. live and a
remedy which may be takea dally with the
: Btuart's Dyspepsia Tablets caa hardly be
called a patent medicine, as they do not
act on ths bowels nor any particular organ
but only on th food eaten. They supply
what weak stomachs lack, pepsin dlastass
and by stimulating ths gastrlo glands In
crease the natural secretion of diydroohlorie
i People who make a dally practice of tak
ing one ar two of Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tab
lets after each meal ar sure to have per
fect digestion, whtsh mean perfect health.
Thar la no danger of forming aa la
jurioue habit, as ths tablets coataln abso
lutely nothing but natural digestives; co
caine, morphine, and aimllar druga have
no place In a atomaoh medicine and Btuart's
Dyspepsia Tableta are certainly th beat
kaown. and most popular of all stomach
Ask, your druggist for a fifty-cent pack
age of . - Stuarfs Dyspepel Tablets and
after a week's uae note tbe improvement
la health. appeUl aad aerveua energy.
ZXPERTS STILL ON STAND
All Agree that llnndwrltlngr KahlMte
In Mollnena a.e Bear strik
NEW YORK. Oct 28. Herbert L. Twitch
etl, an assistant teller ' at the Chase Na
tional bank, testified as an expert In hand
writing today Id the trial ot Roland B.
Replying to questions by Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Osborne Mr. Twltchell said
he had carefully examined all the hand
writing exhibits In ths case, the conceded
and disputed writings. Including the poison
package address, and be believed (bat all
were written by the same band.
Mr. Twitchell aald on cross-examination
that he had rejected signatures at his bank
and later they had been proved genuine.
Lewis Arthur Russell, a muslo teacher of
Newark, was the next witness. He was
called at the last -trial to prove that Moll
neux and Archibald Arnold, the head sales
man at Herdegen's stors in Newark, were
warm friends and were schoolmates with
him. Mr. Arnold Is one of the Newsrk
witnesses the prosecution had been unable
to bring to New York.
Mr. Ruaeell aald today that be and the
defendant had always been ' friends. He
said the direct road from his studio, wbero
Mollneux often called, to the railroad sta
tion paused Hardegen'S store. The defenss
had no questions.
Edwla B. Hay. a handwriting expert of
Washington, agreed with the other experts
who have been called, and said be has no
doubt that all the writings in the case, dis
puted and admitted, were made by tbe same
hand. Mr. Hay eald the word "gentlemen"
In the different letters to patent medicine
firms and in the "requet" writings showed
the same "Q" and a patching of letters
marvellous in their similarity.
Ex-Governor Blark read from the evi
dence Mr. Hare gave at the last trial thst
it wss possible for experta' to argue from
the same premises and establish different
conclusions. In that evidence the witness
said the expert would not mention the
signs thst contradicted the conclusions
they were expected to maintain.
"Did you nay that thenT" he was asked.
"Yea, and I say it now," replied tbe wit
ness with . promptness and composure.
The jury Joined in tbe laughter tba at
titude of the witness provoked and ths
court officers bad to shout "silence."
The witness said he examined many
writings before he reached the concluaioa
that tbe poison package address waa writ
ten by Mollneux. The loop of the "C" in
the word "City" was the flrat character
istic that forced the conclusion upon him.
Charlea B. Warren, cashier of tbe Lin
coln National bank, where Cornish had an
account, testified that the signature "H.
Cornish" on the blue crescent psper and
on tbe other disputed writings were not
written by Cornish. He Identified two
cards signed by Cornish aa being genuine
slgnaturee- and the cards were admitted
la evidence aa standards of Cornish's hand
writing msde prior to December 28, 1898,
the day of Mrs. Adams' death.
BOUNDARY MONUMENTS FOUND
Ala.kn Proepeetor Disoover old Land
Mark, in Location Mentioned
by the Treaty.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Oct. 28. Advlcea were
received from Juneau, on the steamer Dol
phin, that the aliasing Ruaslan boundary
monuments, which have been so ener
getically searched fer by Lieutenant Em
mons for the last-two seasons, had been
discovered by a prospector of the Porcupine
Through his .fvtoadshtD with .the Chllkal
Indians the prbspeMor gained information
which cava htm a 1iia. ta 4hm twi.tHnn r9
the first monument. '' From this start he fol
lowed along and discovered several more
of tbe old land marks,' put up years ago
by the czar's followers.
Ths line marked by theae monuments is
about five miles inland from Pleasant Camp,
which Is seventeen miles from Klukwon.
Tbe latter is five miles from tidewater on
the Chllkat river.
This makes the Russian survey line ap
proximately twenty-seven miles Inland to
the summit, less than one marine leaguo
and just where it was expected to be from
the language used In the Anglo-Russian
treatey of 1825. Tbe Rainy Hollow district
is. within American territory.
HAY MEN WIN RATE' FIGHT
Rallwaya Had No Right Raise
Feea en Carrying
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28. The Interstate
Commerce Commission today announced Its
decision in the ess ot th National Hay
association against ths Lake Shore and
other importaat failways.
The romplalntant claimed that ths car
riers acted unlawfully in advancing hay
and straw from sixth to fifth-class rates on
January 1, 1900.
Ths conclusion ot th commission Is as
W are of opinion that the defendants are
mistaken in believing that hay and atraw
were imperfectly classified and carried by
them aa slxth-claaa freight, and that their
action on January 1, ltM), raising tboae to
fifth cla.o, was unreasonable and unjuat
and resulted In unlawful discrimination and
prejudice against hay and straw locallUea
in omelal classification territory.
HARRIMAN BUILDS SHIPS
Will Compete with Hill and Canadian
Faclae In Far Ka.tern
CHICAGO, Oct. 28. The management ot
th Harrlman Unas is preparing a vigorous
campaign tor increased Oriental trains
through Portland. With this end in view
orders will be given tor the construction
ot tour mammoth ocean-going ateamers, to
ply between Portland aad Aslatlo ports.
' Tbs cost of tbe steamers will be be
tween 82.000.000 and 88.000.000 each, and
their tonnage will probably be as large aa
thoaa which ar building for the Hill lines.
STEEL TRUST BUILDS SHIPS
Hope to Cat tho Cost of Shipping
Ore by Operating Its Own
CHICAOO. Oct. 28. A fleet of the big
gest steamers a th Great Lakes, whose
total cost will exceed 810,900.000. is t be
built for the L'alted States steel corpora
tloa through the PitUburg Steamship com
pany. Each vessel will carry 9,000 tons.
It Is believed tbe new boats csa carry
Iron or from Lake Superior. to the fur
sac docks af Lake Erie and Lake Michigan
at less than 89 cents per ton.
, The present ratea are 78 aad 80 cents.
ENGINE SPARK BURNS TRAIN
Ignites Pralrio , Graases an Flamea
Spread to Cotton Laden
' ,'f iCsir.
LA PORTE, Tea.. Oct. 28 Aa engine
spark this afternoon started a small pralrts
fir. A freight train following fanned the
blaaa aad cotton oa a flatcar Ignited.
The entire train, with the except laa of
the engine aad aa car of cotton, was
It to anv ono who suffers as I did. as i m
Is a sure cure for those ills peculiar to
vouna woman. It acta directly on the vital
organs, stimulating them to healthy action.
aids digestion ana circulation, inus remov
ing all Irregularities and danger of quick
consumption. It will surely give your
daughters strength and rosy cheeks and
fit them for their useful sphere In life aa
healthy, hnppv wives and mothers.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold In
sealed bottles only. If ordered in any other
than our own patent Domes, securely
sealed, It Is not the genuine. Beware or
substitutes and Imitations! Insist on the
genuine and be sure you get It. All drug
gists and grocer, sell the genuine Duffy'e
Pure Malt Whlekey for 8100 a bottle. If
vour druggist or grocer does not Keep u.
Medical Booklet, containing symptoms
nd treatment of each disease and con
vincing testimonials and doctors' advice,
sent free to every reader of The Be who
will write Duffy Malt , Whiskey Co.,
Rochester, N. i.
RACE FOR GIRL'S FREEDOM
Senator Teller's Cousin ig Ought bj
LAWYERS CHASING CATCH HER AT DEPOT
Obtain Writ of Habeas Corpaa In Two
Mlnatea aad Releaao Her Ja.t
aa Train la Palling;
ivni AVAPOI.I3 ind.. Oct. 28. An excit
ing race between Sheriff LaCount of Porter
county and City Marshal Billings of Val
paraiso and Dr. J. C. Sharp of Jackson
ville, III., with the liberty of a young
woman at stske, set Valparaiso wild this
afternoon. Tbe objective point was me
Pennsylvania depot and upon the result of
the contest hinged the freedom of Miss
Stella Josephine Teller, cousin of Senator
Henry M. Teller of Colorado.
Mini Teller, after some family troublo.
was placed in a private asylum at Jackson
ville, 111. She escaped from mat institu
tion three months ago -and cam to this
place, wbere ake has since resided.. Re
cently she prepared to sue her brother for
T-v, i. uii ravealad her whereabouts and
Df. Sharps of the Jacksonville Institution
came to take Ber back. Arriving bar ut.
Sharps enlisted the service ot the city
mapahnl and went direct ta th hotel where
sha was stopping, placed her In a hack and
started for the Pennsylvania depot.
IT ttnrnev. were a nnrlsed of the sud
den turn' of affairs snd hurried to the depot
with a blank habeas corpus writ, arriving
two minute before the train pulled In. .
The writ waa signed, a notary public who
happened to be a passenger on the train
affixed his seal. Circuit Judge McMabon
hastened to grant the necessary order and
Sheriff LaCount by a remarkable burst of
speed caught Dr. Shsrpe and his unwilling
protege a the train started to pull out of
TWO BISHOPS CONSECRATED
Ono for Lead, Sooth Dakota, and tbe
Other to Re Bl.hon of
BT. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 28. The conse
cration ot Bishops Starlha and Keane at
St. Paul cathedral today was celebrated
ia th presence of a large assemblage. It
was a distinguished audience, as fully 400
ot those present were ecclesiastics ot note,
who bsd coma from all parts of tba coun
try. Rt. Rev. John Starlha of St. Paul was
consecrated bishop ot Lead, S. D., and Rt.
Rev. James J. Keane ot Minneapolis, as
bishop of Wyoming.
Archbishop Ireland began th ceremonies
with tbe celebratton of mass, in which be
was assisted by Rev. John J. Lawler, rec
tor ot the cathedral parish and Bishops
McGoIrick, Shanley and Trobec. Bishop
O'Oorman preached the sermon.
Ths vlaltlng clergy and bishops were
given a dinner at the Ryan this afternoon,
by the bishops and clergy of the province
ot St. Paul.
PRIZES AWARDED INCHICAGO
Horeo Show Entries Get Ribbon.,
Many- ot Which Go to
CHICAGO, Oct. 28. The principal Bret
prise winners at the Chicago horse show
today and their owners were:
Trotting stallions, Nargrave, S. J. Flem
ing A Son.
Oaited aaddle Worses, Maud, O. W. Dixon.
Park horses in harness. His Highness snd
Royal Victor, Mrs. James Hobart Moore.
French stallions, Valereux, McLaughlin
Hunters in teams of three. Lord Minto,
BUomlngon and The Bard, George Pep.
The first prise winners tonlgbt and their
owners, included the following:
Galted saddle borne., Montgomery Chief,
Pacers, Jessie Ray, Sid Elorshein.
Pair harness horses, Monroe and Lord
Russell, James Hobart Moore.
Heavy weight Green hunters. Bard,
MRS. VALUE IS NOT GUILTY
Jnry Aeejnlts Fnlr Play Woman
(barged with Hnsbnnd'a
FAIR PLAT. Colo.. Oct. 28. Mrs. UpHde
Vallle, charged with complicity In tbe mur
der of her husband, was acquitted today.
TO rtRB A COLD It OSffl DAY
Tsks Laxative Rromo Quinine Tableta. All
druggists refund the money if It falls t
cure. E. W. Grove's signature ia oa each
Are your daughter pale, weary, languid? Do they
have much headache and backache during their
monthly periods? Are they nervous? These are Na
ture's warning to all sensible mothers. They need a
pure, gentle. Invigorating stimulant.
GAINED 35 POUNDS
Mli Clara M. Carson of Bound Urook. N. J.,
whose Ufa was saved by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey,
wrote on September 7:
During the past summer I became very much run down
In health and lost about thirty pounds. I suffered unln'.d
agony. Duffy's Pure Mall Whiskey was recommeno1
to me by a friend, who said It saved her life. I h i1
my doubts about It, but thought I would try It. I em
now on my fourth bottle an. a must say that It hax
done me more good than all other medicines, and 1
tried several. 1 had a cough. The doctor aald my
lungs were affected. 1 had Indigestion, backache and
headache and was greatly troubled with painful men
struation. I also had numbness In my limbs. As
soon sa I began to take Duffy's Malt Whiskey I felt
better, until now my rough baa all left me and my
iurige are perfectly enund. I have no more headache
or backache and 1 don't know what pain Is. I can
eat anything and it agree, with me. I have gained
3S pounds. I am convinced all my troubles came
from impoverished blood and poor circulation. I
think your whl.key Is the greatest medicine on earth.
Every woman should know about it. I recommend
ina n a rjmrirajo wi.i-n.
CLARA M. CARSON
TRUST WARJIS EXPENSIVE
Drives Independent Glnaa Firm Oat ot
Rnalness nnd Lowera Con
MUNCIE, Ind., Oct. 28. An official cir
cular issued by the American Window
Glass company, shows that the net profits
of this concern, which owns more than halt
th window glass factories in Indiana,
amounted to (747,701 on a capital ot $17,
000,000 last year.
The profit waa unexpectedly small in
view of the fact that the company had
done a greater business than ever before.
President James Chambers explains the
condition by saying that most of th year
tbe company waa engaged in an expensive
war aglnat the Independent window glass
company, the result of which waa a de
crease In the profits of both companies
and th dissolution ot the Independent
DOCTOR IS VICTIM OF GERMS
Rated Physician Dlea of Tnnerralar
Perltonltla Which Ho Contrnrta
from a Pn.lent.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct.' 28. Dr. ilaniel E.
Hughes, chief resident s physician of the
Philadelphia almshouse, died today of
tubercular peritonitis, the germs of which
dlseass he is believed to have contracted
from a patient in the hospital.
Dr. Hughes bad an international reputa
tion as an alienist. He devoted bis life
to a study of insanity and amelioration ot
the condition of th criminal and pauper
The publlo agitation resulting from Dr.
Hughes' peculiar ailment started an inves
tigation which will probsbly result in an
attempt In improving the sanitary condi
tions at tbe almshouse.
GREEK COMPULSORY NO MORE
Valo Grant Facilities to gtndente
Hitherto Rigidly With.
' NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 28. It was
announced today that in future a student
may come to Yale after graduating from
another college without having studied
I Greek and receive the Yale degree of bach
elor of arts without being obliged to make
up bis Greek.
Such a student msy enter the senior class
and get bis diploma from Yale at the end
of th year.
It will also be possible for students of
Yale who have received the degree ot
bachelor ot arts from another college with
out studying Greek to come here and take
their master -ot arts without making up
'PHONE COMPANIES ORGANIZE
Hold Meetlngr to Arrange Connec
tions for All Independent
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 28. Representa
tives of all the independent telephone com
panies in Nebraska. Missouri, Kansas and
Iowa will meet In this city on Thursday to
form aa organltatlon that will enable a
toll aarvlce, connecting several thousand
farmers with all the important cities and
towns of three states.
Fifty companies are aald to be interested
in tbe project. Announcement was made
aome time since that the Missouri Valley
Telephone association had agreed to a plan
of this sort, but It fell through.
NORTH MICHIGAN UNDER SNOW
rail la tho Heaviest Known go Enrly
In thnt Section for Mnnr
c . i
DETROIT, Mich.. Oct. 88. Dispatches
from Cheboygan and Cadlllao report that
tbe northern part of the state waa visited
today and tonight by the heavieet fall of
snew that has been seen so early In the
season in many years.
BLACK BEAR SIEZES A BOY
Yoangr Visitor to Koa go Badly lajnred
' by Beast There Is Xo Hope
HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Oct. 18. At Happy
Hollow, a pleasure resort near here con
taining a loo, Robert Tatum, aged 8 years,
while passing close to where a large
'Klaj of all BotUetf Beer."
' Order fro an H.
TfVIOHT AND THfRSPUT IMnHT'
ftPKCIAI. M(TIKi; TIUHMMV.
WAQKNHAM AND KKVPga PRESENT
MM IS JtMK and
FRKDF.RICK W A RDF!
In a awtntSoeat preS.rtlon of
rrtr-t. NV-. 1U an 11.00. Night, e,
tfe. 1o 11.0 and 1..
Frltt? anS Ktri! ai.ttoM an sight, th. .later,
t. aoMle sm'.o drain,
tmW.N BT THH SKA." . .
r-rtrto-aut. J. SOc. Nlht, c SO. Tie.
runinr notlsM nliht, tt o4 llow,' Hirr.
ileTtford, I. ' ' - '
"TH WRONO MR. WRIGHT.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILU
MATINEE TODAY &"SS 25.
TONIGHT 8:I5-I0c, 25c, 60c.
18th and Danglaa Sta
LUNCHEON, FIFTT CENTS, I
SUNDAY, ;. p. m. DINNER, ttc.
Steadily Increasing business has necenil.
tated an enlargement of this cafe, doubling
Ita former rapacity.
November 4 and 18. '
December 2 and 16.
1502 FARNAh ST.
black bear was chained, ' was caught be
tween ths paw of tbs animal, who dragged
him close to his body, and, placing the
youth's head In bis mouth, started to crush
Tho beer's keeper rushed to the scene,
pried open the mouth of the animal and
rescued th bey, who was unconscious. A a
examination revealed th fact that the
boy's skull had been fractured and his legs
torn. Physicians have no bop for the
FARMER CLUBBED , TO DEATH
ghot Tvvleo In tho Face, bat' Aatop.r
LEBANON. Pa., Oct. 28. Coroner 8huit,
assisted by Drs. Light and Strohm, held an
autopsy on ths remains of William .. B.
Ebuey. the wealthy farmer who was found
dead in his orchard on Sunday evening.
The autopsy revealed the fact that Bhuey
was shot twice In Jhe face. Neither bullet,
however, caused death and he was sppar
ently clubbed to 'death.
It has eloped that 8huey had large
sums (aoney la his possession when be
left Lebanon last week for his horns, but
his pockets were empty when th body was
found. No arrests .have as yet been msde.
MAD MURDERERrSANE CITIZEN
Jnrr Aeejalts Becnneo ' ot ' Pnrely
Inanalnarr atentnl Derange
ment. SALEM. Ind. Oct. 28. Samuel Pavey, wh i
has been on trial a week for the murder jf
John .Dgvts, was ' today acquitted. Tbe
jury returned a verdict, finding Pavey not
guilty, becauss it wss believed he was
The court then appointed a commission
' to investigate the insanity charge.
After an examination . be waa declared
sane aad dlamlssed from eustody.
Brewd fro as Bohemia Hoot.
Mar a Conananr ... . . r :
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