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RECOMMEND THE ; CANTEEN
Army Offioerg All Declare That it Hakes
SINCE ABOLITION BARS HAVE INCREASED
Men Drink More at Present and More
Aaaaally Desert General Ton
of Soldiers la Lowered
WASHINGTON, Not. 24. The War de
partment la la constant receipt ot data eon
cernlng the canteen question and the ef
fect ot Its abolition on the army.
The existence of something like 1,400 sa
loons in the vicinity ot army post la shown
by report received at the department, of
which are caid to have opened since the
canteens were closed.
Ths following official statement was made
by a departmental official today:
The majority of posts have reported that
drunkenness end courts-martial for drunk
enness have increased! that desertion and
absence without leave nave Increased; that
the effect ot the closing of the canteen
upon the morality, dianloiine and health ot
the troops has been tad and, while many
poet commanders are In consequence of fre
quent changes of garrison and frequent
absence of correct data upon which to base
conclusions, unable to report on the de
gree of detriment cauMd in no single case
has a post commander expressed an opinion
that the abolition of the sale of beer In
the army has resulted In Improved con
ditions. Attention is called to the reports -from
army officers in the Philippines, particu
larly that of Brigadier General Sanger, in
spector general of the division.
Men Drink Native Llqaors.
After narrating the evil effects on the
human system ot the native liquors the
general explains that it was to remedy
these conditions that the post exchange,
at which light beer was sold, was insti
tuted. He believes that the 'exchange should
again be made a possibility by removing
all restrictions on the sale ot beer and
light wines. '
General Banger shows from a careful
census ef the 842 companies in the islands,
that in sixty companies every enlisted
man used rinous, malt or spirltous liquors
at date of enlistment, in 130 between 90
and 100 per cent, in fifty-eight Companies
between SO and 90 per cent, in twenty-six
companies between 70 and 80 per cent, in
twenty companies between 60 snd 70 per
cent, and opines that the number who
drink to excess will probably increase if
the men are obliged as now to resort to
"It is hardly probable in view of this
Information 'that congress will continue
the prohibition against the canteen when
it Is evident that the sale of beer would
be a precaution against the pernicious
habits above stated snd their fatal and
ROOSEVELT DINES. GUESTS
Entertains Distinguished Company at
White Hoaae at Official
WASHINGTON, Nov. U President and
Mrs. Roosevelt gave their first dinner of
the season at the White House tonight.
Covers were laid for eighteen persons. The
table was set in the family dining room,
the decorations being In white.
The guests Included Justice and Mrs.
White, Secretary Root, the attorney gen
eral and Mrs. Knox, -Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey, General Crosier, Baron and Baro
ness Speck Von Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. St.
Leo Strachy, Captain and Mrs. Cowles, Mrs.
Grant La Farge and Mrs. Tuckerman.
The Baron and Baroness Spreck Von
Sternberg and Mr. and Mrs. Strachy, Mrs.
La Farge and Miss Helen Roosevelt are
staying at the White House..
Miss Alice Roosevelt returned to Wash
MURDERER MAY ESCAPE
State Department Bays This Govern
ment Cannot Prosecute Heater'
for Killing; Fltaejerald.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. Nothing baa
yet been heard here from the Guatemalan
government respecting ths killing ot
Fltsgerald by Godfrey Hunter, Jr., last
Friday la Guatemala City.
It Is said at the State department that
nothing can be done by thla government
toward prosecuting ' Hunter and therefore
it appears that unless ths Guatemalan
government chooses to set the guilty par
ties will eacape trie) altogether.
ACADEMY BUILDINGS COSTLY
Appropriation Made by Congress la
Inadequate ! Complete
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. Secretary
Moody was Informed today that it will be
Impossible to complete the naval academy
buildings within ths limit fixed by con
gress, owing to tbe large Increase In the
price ot material.
When the new academy buildings were
planned, congress fixed the limit at 23,000.-
000. Since then It has been decided to
erect a hospital and also to do certain
dredge work In the Severn.
Japan Tlea Striae to Shanghai.
- TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 24. It is officially
announced that Japan has notified Chins
that it reserves the right of sending a gar
rison to Bhanghai again should sny power
hereafter do so.
Schwab Awaits Relatives. .
PARIS. Nov. 24. Mr. Charles M. Schwab
arrived here today to aaalt the arrival ot
relatives from America. He looks In good
health and Intends to return to Caooee
PI a Naval Prison Carh.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. The Navy de
partment haa decided upon a distinctive
prison garb tor marines and enlisted men
D tbe famous irrriE mis.
For quick relief from Biliousness,
Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Jaun
dice, Dizziness, and all troubles aria
Ins; front an Inactive or aluf fish liver,
DeWitt'a Utile Earl Risers are un
equalled. They act promptly and never gripe.
They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure
to take them. On to two act as a
mild laxative; two or (our act as a
pleasant and effective cathartic. They
are purely vegetable and absolutely
harmless. They tonio the liver.
T0UI MAUI CAS turriT TML
at, C. Darixrtte tt CeCHadto
In the nsvy. It will be a plain dark gray
uniform, blouse .trousers and a round
brimmed soft hat. Heretofore enlisted men
serving terms in naval prisons have worn
their old uniforms.
RENEWED HOPE FOR IRELAND
Vleerey- and Rationalist Leader Both
See Rnd of Tronbles In
LONDON, Not, 14. Speeches which were
delivered today by the earl ot Dudley, the
new lord lieutenant of Ireland, and John
Redmond, the Irish leader, have aroused
much comment aa striking a note ot con
ciliation In the Irish question.
The earl of Dudley, accompanied by the
countess, was making an official visit to
Belfast and In reply to the speeches deliv
ered at his reception declared that he had
come to Ireland with the same spirit of Im
partial Inquiry that animated Mr. Cbamber-
ain In going to South Africa. Proceeding
to deal with the land question he suggested
that a round table conference of landlords,
tensnts and others interested In Ireland
should be held to endeavor to arrive at a
Whilst Lord Dudley was speaking at Bel
fast John Dillon was making an equally
conollllatory speech at the demonstration
of the London branches of the Irish league
st Bermondsey. .
While all rumors of Irish deals with the
government were untrue, he said, the
political situation had undergone an extra
ordinary and radical change, and he be
lieved no English minister since the union
had held such a chance as the Irish secre
tary, Oeorge Wyndham, now had. The
time had arrived when the combatants were
grown tired ot the contest and were taking
counsel as to whether It ceuld not be
brought to a satisfactory end.
For the first time in Irish history the
majority of landlords were speaking words
of good sense, conciliation and reason. The
tenants were united and a moderate and
quite limited use of the Imperial credit
would enable a settlement of the land ques
tion to be brought about. At the same time
that would not affect the aspirations ot the
Irish people for home rule and ha warned
the government that If last session's land
bill were reintroduced the Irish members
would tight It line by line.
CUTS DOWN NAVAL FORCB
French Minister of Marine Criticised
for Rednclna Nnmber of Men
PARIS, Nov. 24. M. Felletan's adminis
tration of ths navy was again subjected to
an attack in the chamber today, when an
nterpellation was Introduced criticising bis
sction in reducing the effective strength ot
the Mediterranean squadron by 1,750 men.
This reduction, it was asserted, would .ren
der it Impossible tor the fleet to put to sea
Instantly if this became necessary.
M. Pelletan said he was compelled to
economize in some directions, becsuse the
construction of warships during the coming
financial year would necessitate an expen
diture of $1,600,000 In excess of 1902. Owing
to the exceptional position occupied by
France in the Mediterranean it was a
more urgent matter to expedite work on the
naval port of Bizerta than to put 1,700 men,
more or less, on the ships employed In
promenading between VUlefranche and
Whatever might be his personal opinion
regarding the colonial conquests of France
he would neglect nothing in order to de
fend the colonial empire, but. money was
needed to do this and he - wae forced . to
economise on some points In order to spend
elaewhere. After a brief debate the cham
ber by 288 votea to 204 adopted an ordar ot
the day approving tbe action of the gcvern
HAWAIIAN CAPTAIN POISONED
Wife Gives Husband Strychnine In
His ConTee aad Faces Mar- .
HONOLULU, Nov. 18. (Via San Fran-
clsco, Nov. 24. Correspondence of the As
sociated Press.) Captain Robert Andrews
ot Hlto died last week as the result ot
strychnine poisoning and his wits has been
charged with murder in the first degree.
She has confessed giving the poison.
The evidence shows that the couple had
frequently quarreled on account ot mutual
jealousy and that on the morning of the
8th Mrs. Andrews placed a quantity ot
strychnine In her husband's coffee.
He remarked an . unusual taste and ac
cused her ot trying to poison htm.
Goes Iato Voluntary Exile,
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Nov. 24. Rafael
Iglealas, former president ot Costa Rica,
sailed last night for New Orleana. Since
the revolutionary outbreak here last May
hla life has been made unbearable. He
has been subjected to abuse in tbe press
and watched continually by the police.
Bread Riots la Raaala.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 24. Bread riots
sre reported from the Ural districts where
thousands ot persons ars Idle because of
the closing of the Iron works. Tbe stu
dents exiled to Siberia have been granted
amnesty, some unconditionally and some
subjected to police supervision.
In Honor at the Prlaeesa.
ROME, Nov. 24. King Victor Emmanuel
has signalised the birth of Princess Hi
falda, who was bora November 19, by glv
Ing 220,000 to the foundling hospital and
120,000 to the free hospitals.
FIREMAN KILLED IN WRECK
Several Passengers Are Berloaaly la.
Jared la aa Aeeldeat aa the
SPARTANSBURQ, S. C. Nov. .24. Early
today a southbound passenger train on the
Southern railway collided in the yards at
this place with three boa cars that had
The fireman was killed snd ths engineer
and several passengers Injured.
BOB SEATON, fireman.
M. O. Solomon, engineer; arm broken and
Internal Injuries; probably fatal.
M. McGee, Spartansburg; will recover.
Mary Wilson, may recover.
J. C. Mitchell, baggagemaater; badly
A. W. Tlerney, express messenger;
Several paaaengers were also more or less
VICTIM OF POLICEMAN DEAD
Death decern Sooa After Aaapatatloa
af Lee Shattered ay
CHICAOO, Nov. 24. John McBride. one
of the best known atockmea in thla sec
tion, who was shot by Policeman Hsyden
s few nights ago, died today, 'several hours
after tbe physicians had amputated his
Mc Bride, in going through aa alley, met
the officer and taking him for a footpad
started to- run. Hla- flight aroused the
policeman's ausptciene who opened Are, the
first shot hilling Mc Bride.
IGIITS FOR FUEL COMPANY
Gould Opposes Eswley and Earriman
War of Circulars.
BOTH SIDES ASK PROMISE FOR MEETING
It Is Claimed Aarreemeat Was Onre
Reached, hat .tow Ooald Backs
Oat aad Stabs Conferees
' la Back.
NEW TORK, Nov. 24. The struggle for
the control of the Colorado Fuel and Iron
company was marked today by the Issuing
ot circulars to the stockholders by the rival
Interests represented by Mr. George J. Gould
snd by Edwin Hawley and E. H. Harriman.
Mr. Gould declares that the use of his
name In a circular dated November 10 call
ing for proxies was unsuthorlzed. In re
sponse to this Messrs. Hswley and Harri
man issued a circular In which they state
that It had been distinctly understood that
Mr. Gould should unite with them In an
appeal for proxies.
Ooald Makes Explanation.
At the office of George J. Ooald word was
sent out, In response to an Inquiry about
the circular, that Mr. Gould did not want
to say anything, either aa to its authen
ticity or supplementary to It. The circular
Is addressed to the stockholders of the
Colorado Fuel and Iron company and says:
Durine a recent ahaenrA fiYim tha nltv
I ascertained that my name had been used
Ing your proxies. This call was made with
out my knowledge, consent or authority,
neither the circular letter nor the form of
pioxy therewith Inclosed having been sub
mitted to me.
On my return to the cltv I nromntlv dis
avowed all renpoij Iblllty for such call and
firoxles. I therefore request that all prox
es bearing my name ami executed In re
sponse to such circular be revoked.
as, nowever, I. own and control a sub
stantial Interest in your company, I In
vite your co-operation at the coming elec
tion of directors and Inclose a form of
proxy, by sinning which you will revoke
any former proxy signed by you and will
entrust the representation of your Inter
ests to my associates and myself on the
assurance that your proxy will be used for
the election of directors who will conduct
the business of your company with the
sole purpose of protecting the Interests of
Accompanying this circular Is a proxy
made out to George J. Gould, George P.
Butler and John H. Clement
In view of the foregoing circular the
following has been issued to the stock
holders of the Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany by Edwin Hawley and E. H. Harri
man: V : '
In view of a misunderstanding as in Mr.
Gould's desire to loin in the reauest here-
toiore maae lor proxies covering stocK of
me uoioraao luti ana iron company, the
undersigned will esteem tt a favor If vou
will kindly execute the enclosed form of
proxy in accordance with the directions
printed thereon, and return the same to
tnem in tne enclosed addressed envelope,
for use (In lieu of the proxy Drevlounlv
signed by you at the annual meeting of
tne siocKnoiaers or tne Colorado fuel and
Iron company, te be held at Denver on
uecemoer 10, iwz, or aa otherwise provided
In Bald proxy.
The proxy which accompanies this letter
carries the names of Edwin Hawley and
E. H. Harriman. .
Other' Side Replies.
Edwin Hawley and E. H. Harriman, after
a consultation, late this afternoon sent out
the additional circular.
Referring; to the circular letter of Reorea
j. uouia tot unaersignea submit the fol
lowlnv: -. t v
On November. 6 they had a conference
with Mr. GoUldi at which It was agreed
that Messrs. Hajilev. Oouid and Harriman
should Join In a request to the shareholders
or tne Colorado r uet and iron company
for proxies In their favor. At this meetina-
a printed fotra of proxy waa presented for
consiaeration ana was approved by an, in
cluding Mr. Gould. The form contained
the names of Edwin Hawley, Qecrge J.
Gould and K. H. Harriman aa the tiersona
in wnose lavor ine proxies were to be
Mr. Harriman made some suerestlona
looklna to sllaht alterations In the form
of the proxies and these sugaeetlons were
likewise approved by Mr. Gould. There waa
no mention Dy any one or a desire to see
another proof of thla proxy. The proxies
In favor ot Messrs. Hawley. Gould and
Harriman, In the identical form thus agreed
upon, were mailed to stockholders before
Mr. Gould's departure for the south on No
vember 11, ana the undersigned were there
fore much surprised to receive a letter
from Mr. Ooi'ld dated November 15 in which
he stated that ' while there had been some
discussion of the advisability of calling for
proxies, no understanding had been reached
aa to the mskins of any call, or as to the
use of any proxies which might be re
celved It the tall should be made."
On the contrary, the unuerisned not Only
understood that they had distinctly agreed
with Mr. Gould that the call should be
made with the proxies In the form approved
by mm, Dut tuny believed tnat they had
agreed with him as to the use which should
be made of such proxies when received.
At the subsequent meeting on' Friday last
Mr. uouid proposed tne proxies already
obtained should be divided between him
self and the undersigned. The latter, how
ever, insisted that under the circumstances
ths proxies should be returned.
The undersigned again request that if
f ou are willing to entruat them with your
r.terests at the coming meeting to be held
on December 10, you will execute the form
of proxy In their favor already mailed to
you ana return tne same, to tnem. I Key
are individually large shareholders and
their only Interest and purpose In thla mat
ter Is to secure for the company a con
servative and independent management that
snail conduct us anairs with sole regard
to tne Dest interests or tne property use r.
The clause in the proxy authorizing the
undersigned to take necessary proceedings
to force the rights of the shareholder was
deemed advisable in view or the recent
litigation, but the stockholders executing
proxies will not be called upon to bear any
proportion oi tne expense mat may be In
C'jrred In protecting their interests.
IBignea) , r.uwiM hawlbi,
tt. H. HAHH1MAN.
BUY COAL LAND FOR MILLION
Peaasylvaala Capitalists " Parchaae
Six Thoasand Aeres of Fnel
INDIANA, Pa., Nov. 24. By a deal con
automated hers today 6,000 acres ot un
touched Pittsburg coal land in Young and
Conemaugh townships changed hands for a
consideration approximating 21,200,000.
The transfer of the coal is but a pre
llmlnsry to the formation ot a mining com
pany with a Capital of 12,000,000. which
will begin In the spring to develop the field
and to construct a new railroad.
The purchasers sre men prominent In the
Rochester and Pittsburg Coal and Iron
company, the Industrial ally of tbs Buffalo,
Rochester at Pittsburg railroad.
JUDGE IS INCAPACITATE!.
Daetera Say . He Cannot Work aad
: Law Withholds Retlrlag;
HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 24. The Med
ical commission appointed by Governor
Stone to examine tbe condition of Judge
John I. Mitchell ot the superior court re
ported today that be Is incapacitated to
perform hla duties.
Judge MltoheU was elected In 1900 for a
term of ten years. About a year after
ward bs was prostrated by a stroks ot
paralysis and has not served on tbe bench
sines. Under tbe law he cannot be re
tired on half pay until the expiration of
his term in 1910.
tScsesan, Ha Care, No Pay.
Tour druggist will refund your money if
PAZO OINTMENT fslls to cure ringworm,
tetter,' eld Blears and sores, pimples and
blackheads oa the race, aaa ail ssm ois
easts, it cents.
THEORY OF POLICE RUINED
Jack the Mealier la Oaly an laoffee.
sire Bill Collector Defends
Himself from Attack.
NEW TORK, Nov. 24. Charlee Frederlsk
Roth, a patient In a Brooklyn hospital, has
confessed, ssys the Herald, that he was
the msn who, on the night of November 13,
cut snd stabbed three men at the residence
ot William R. Gardner at Bath Beach.
The "Jack ths Slasher" for whom the
police have been searching turns out to be
an Inoffensive appearing Germaft, a col
lector, who assorts that thinking Mrs.
Gardner was the woman sgainst whom he
had a small account, he called at tbe house,
where he rapped at the back door after
Roth says a woman within saw him and
screamed for help. Neighbors rushed up,
be declares, fell upon him and he drew a
pocket knife to defend himself. Becoming
greatly excited, he cut right and left. One
of his antagonists tell' off the veranda and
broke an arm. Two others were stabbed,
one, John McMahon, so severely that It
was thought be would die. He msde his
wsy home snd, with his family, prayed
day after day for the recovery of McMahon.
The worry brought on serious illness
snd he wss compelled to enter a hospital,
where he is now recovering, but he de
clares he was compelled to clesr his con
science by admitting he was the person
for whom tbe police had searched in vain.
McMahon has almost recovered from his
'ACIFIC GRAINSOARS AGAIN
Wheat and Bnrley Itoah Vp In Price
at San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24 The almost
unprecedented activity which marked the
close of the local grain market on Saturday
continued today. Wheat and barley ad
vanced several points, - eclipsing the best
prices Which have obtained since 1898. ' '
May wheat opened at $1.42 and the
clamorous demand from the bears quickly
rushed it to 21.43- December scored an
even greater advance' at the opening, tho
first quotation being $1.43. The bulls were
in complete command of the situation. The
Auatralian demand continues Imperative
and freights are dragging at bottom prices.
Barley shared with wheat the attention
ot the brokers and a strong demand for the
cash article sent the futures up and De
cember made an advance of i cents over
Saturday's close. . May jumped 3 cents. The
advance Is attributed to the scarcity of
cash barley and the large demand for home
At the afternoon session December closed
st $1.42 and May went to f 1.43 7-8. Bar
ley sdvsnced and closed strong at $1.26
for December and $1.30 for May.
ILLUSION CAUSES ACCIDENT
Conductor Thinks He Sees ' Freight
Train Ahead and Jempe from'
Itapldly Moving; Paaaenser.
SAVANNAH, Mo., Nov. 24. (Special.)
Conductor George Roe was badly hurt in
the Burlington yards at this place yester
day morning shortly before daylight as the
result of an optical delusion.
Conductor Roe was In charge of a
south bound passenger train going to St.
Joseph. Tbe morning was very foggy snd
he was standing on the platform of the
first pascenger coach looking ahead. While
the train was just entering the. yards ha
thought he saw a freight trala standing on
the track la front ot his trsln.
Fesring a collision. Roe jumped. He
had his nose broken, seversl gashes cut
shout the head and face, and severe in
ternal Injuries. It wae discovered that
the freight waa on tbe siding and there
was , no occasion for tbe conductor being
Roe was picked up In an unconscious con
dition and taken to St. Joseph on tbe
train from which be jumped and placed
In the Enswortb hospital, where he will be
for several weeks.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED MEN OUT
Trooble Arises from Recent Strike of
Plumbers at Sew Roehelle,
NEW TOniC. Nov. 24. A lockout was
declsred today by tbe Builders' and Con
tractors' association of New Roehelle,
which forced all the building trades work'
men In suburbs north of New York from
Mount Vernon, N.' Y., to the Connecticut
line to quit work.
Tbe number ot men out is about 1,600.
Tbe trouble grew out of a recent strlks
csused by a disagreement between plumb
era snd their employers. It wss adjusted,
but two journeymen went back to work
before the settlement snd were fined $50
by their union.
They refused to pay snd In the contro
versy following tbe Building Trades coun
ell sustained the union while the Builders'
and Contractors' association declare the
Ones unjust snd announced that a lockout
would be started if the fines were not re
mitted by noon last Saturday. They were
not and the declarations of the employ
ers accordingly went Into effect' today.
CHRISTIANS0N GOES FREE
Iksrptbsrg Baaker Arrana-es Matters
with Depositors aad Gets
BEDFORD, la., Nov. 24. H. B. Christian
son, the Shsrpsburg, la., banker, was re
lessed from tbe county Jail here tonight snd
at once drove across the stste line into
His release was the result of a settlement
of bis trouble with the depositors of the
Insolvent bank. He opened a bank with $15,
000 capital about a year ago. At the time
of the failure the bank's liability for do
posits was $2,000.
ASSASSINS GO UP IN VALUE
Colorado Kow OSTera ta PaV Twain
Thoasaad Dollars for tellies'
DENVER, Colo., Nov. .24. Governor Or
man will tomorrow Increase tbe reward
offered by tbe state tor the murder ot Mr.
Collins to $12,000. His original offer was
The authorities of San Miguel county
have already offered $1,600, but will In
crease their offer to $10,000.
Mra. Jaeoa Kyea,
STELLA, Neb., Nov. 24. (Special.)
Mrs, Jason Kyes, living five mllea north
west ot town, was taken suddenly sick two
days ago and died last night. They were
old settlers In the 'neighborhood and had
recently sold their home snd were making
preparations to move to Oklahoma, where
Mr. Kyes had recently purchased sows
J, C. Loving.
DALLAS, Tex.. Nov. 24. New Is re
ceived here of the death ot J. C. Loving,
secretary of the Txas Cattle association
at Fort Worth, after a long illnys.
APOSTLE SMOOT OPPOSED
Salt Like Ministers Protest Agaiant Hit
Nomination for Senate.
SAY IT WOULD UNITE CHURCH AND STATE
Aliened Palygrnmy af Ills Associates la
Mormon Counsels la Also Advaaced
aa Ara-ameat Agalast
SALT LAKE CITT. Utah, Nov. 24.-The
ministerial alliance of. Salt Lake today
adopted resolutions strongly opposing the
proposed election to the United Steles
senate of Reed Sraoot, one of the twelve
apostles of the Mormon church. A copy
of tbe resolutions will be sent to every
ministerial alliance of prominence In the
country and also to President Roosevelt,
every congressman and United States sena
tor and others prominent In political .life.
The resolutions in part follow: . v
We T.rotest asalnst thla onitpavnr In alert
Apostle Bmoot to the L'nited States senate
as an endeavor to force upon the cltlsens
of Utah a union of the church and the
state. The election of a man Who holds
tne nignest onice save one In the gift of
the Mormon church to the highest office
save one In the gift of the people of Utah
or the United States, would be a menace
to our civilised and religious beliefs. No
other church tins dared to Attempt such an
ecclesiastical invasion Of congress.
The election of Apostle Heed Smoot for
the United Stales' senate would virtually
be the election of the will of the Mormon
first presidency and twelve apostles to that
body. As a consistent member of the Mor
mon apostolate Smoot cannot make an Im
portant move without getting permission
or taking counsel of the quorum of Mormon
nign priests to which he belongs. By vir
tue of his apostolic vowa he must act first
aa a Mormon apestle and second or third
as a citizen of Utah and a patriotic. Amer
ican. We protest because the matorltv of the
Mormon auostolate. to which hn helnmrs.
and with' which he works In harmony, aro
living In polygamous relations In violation
of covenants rnacle to the people of. the
emirs, aa -wen na in violation oi
the criminal statutes of Utah. The two
or three apostles who may be living monog
amous Uvea- are ' obliged' to defend the
righteousness of the polygamous system of
marriage and to wink at the lawbreaklng
polygamous relation of their fellow apos
tles. The Mormon apostolate stands as one
man bfore the community as directly or
Indirectly encouraging or conniving at the
continuance of polygamous relatione
throughout the Mormon church. The vigor
ous ana rigorous execution ot a law like
the Cdmunds-Tdcker law in this state
would drive the president of the Mormon
church and the majority of his apostles
Into exile or throw them "In prison within
twelve months and Apostle Smoot dare not
oppose such polygamous conditions.
ANARCHISTS. ARE ARRESTED
Row Over Secrets Discussed at Pr.
vate Meetina; Caasea
NEW YORK. Nov. 24. As the outcome of
the arrest of two Italians, fighting fiercely
In .the street, tbe police of the Oak street
station in- this city .believe they have dis
covered sn anarchist meeting- place within
a stone's throw of the station.
The prisoners gave their names as Dom
inic Santo and Tony. Mens. Santo had a
big revolver, with which he was trying to
shoot. Ment. The latter carried a dan
gerous looking knife. When searched fif
teen cartridges were .found in Santo's pock
ets. Besides there was an unopened letter
from Cannatelll, Italy.
Mens had a rough map of Paris and tho
department of the Seine, with about a
dozen of the largest public buildings aura
bered consecutively and marked... He also
had a billhead from the Carlton hotel, Lon
don, and admitted that he came, to .this
country three weeks ago.
According to the police, the fight started
In a hall in Roosevelt street, where a
meeting was in session. Santo waa charged
with having revealed secrets and the fight
In the street followed, resulting in their
arrest. Mem Is said to have admitted that
he is an anarchist.
Little Livep Pills.
Must .Uar Signature 1
Vary assail and as
rot. to una mm.
OI CCKJTir ATIOI.
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altln PareryraMa!i VTw1
CUaU tlOsC HKABAOMJS.
Rye whiskies are richer In nutrition
than those made from any other
grain, as Is proved by chemical
analysis, which concedes lo
The merit of belnr
the most . perfect
development of an
ulant. It is particularly
women becsuse of
Its see and ex
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Jl CaaaS A SoS.SaiUaaia. Sa
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Paifte s Celery.
The Only Jledlclne That Prevents
- : - i;
Return of the Terrible
Rheumatism, which dors tts terrible work
lu the muscles, joints and tissues, is caused
by urlo acid which gathers In the blood. To
get rid ot this poisonous', acid- which pro
duces the irritations, palns.'aojiles, inflam
mations and. swellings peculiar to rheuma
tism, Palne's Celery Compound should bo
used without .delay. No other medicine
gives such prompt, cheering and happy re
sults. It Is the only medicine that pre
vents a return of the dreaded disease.
Paine's Celery Compound braces the
nerves, the blood Is quickly cleared of all
Irritating poisons, tissue and muscle
are built up and the digestive or
gans perfectly toned. Do not treat
with indifference the slightest rheu
matic symptoms; the early use ot
Palne's Celery Compound will save you
weeks and months of suffering. Dr. S. I).
Conway, St. Lbals, Mo., was permanently
cured by Palne's Celery Compound after
repeated failures with other medicines and
physicians; he ssys:
"I am 64 years of sge, and bays lived In
St. Louts 27 years, and all this time, with
the exception of three years, I have served
In the engineers' department aa Inspector.
Last winter I contracted rheumatism and
was. laid up. I tried. elLjeniefllea and doc
tors, but all failed Until I striflk Tatne's
Celery Compound, which has made a per
manent cure In my case. 1-havo recom
mended it to many, and they have used it
with the same result.'.'. . ...... .
Color Jaclei8, Coats, Capes,
'Ribbons,' Neckiieh Waist.. .'
Stockings will not fade or Vrock when
dyed with Dlnmond Iyes. Direction book
ana n ayen samples iree. uiamuau
DYKH. Tturllngton, Vt;
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
R. T. FELIX GOIRAI'D'S ORIENTAL
CREAM, OR MAGICAL BEAUTIF1ER
iiOTi Tan, Pimpias,
rratklas, ' Moth-' Patchaa.
Kaib and Skin Die
I and avarf
Dieaiiau ' -
and d.ftoa tertlon.
It bat atooa la teat
ot S!tr-e jwsra,
and la ao harmlaai
wa taila 4t t b
ura 11 Is propariji
nada. aowpi n
xountarfalv - si slml.
liar Dam. Dr. L.
A. Barra said ta a
laajr ol tna nam
ton (a patlantli
"As you ladles will use them, 1 recom
mend 'QOURAUD'S CREAM' ae the leaal
harmful of all the skin preparations." For'
sale by all druggist and fancy goods deal
ers In the U. 8. ad Europe.
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Prep'r,
A Host flarvelous Preparation . .
Shaving and Cleansing
A masnlflcant fleah food feedi thft akin and Im
provri tha compleilon. Used and reoommtntled bf -all
phralclana LATOILA la dellahttul, fragrant.
learning and antlnptlc. EVorjr trial prova !
merlti. For aale by Sharman Av McConneU Prui
Co., Omaha, Nab.
FEES) SAMPLES. ' REFL'SB BV&STnTTEa.
Is the worst disease oa earth.' yet .'ths
easiest to cure WHKN vou KNOW
WHAT TO DO. Many have plmplea, apeta
en Wis akin, sores In the mo ink Risers,
falling hair, bone pains, catarrh; don't
know It Is BLOOD POISON. Bend t DR.
BROWN. Ui Arch Bt. fbtlaueipaie, p
for BROWN'S BLOOb CbBU, I2.u0 pel
bottle: lasts on, month. Sold only at
Bherman As McConneU Drug Co., JSiti an
Dodge Bts.. Omaha.
Brown's Capsules gjr "JrUgn
r 16th and Dndgs Sts.
sad iheoU knew
about lha wondatnd
MAtVTL Whirling Eprsy
f. saw sal. .
iS raw dnrrlal ft H.
rihar. bai tend stamp far II
uacratad book Ua.lt ,1tm
foil aarUeularaand Alramr-n.ln.
In.kl.lAt.Htu U . t t
Boom tit Timee Bide.. N. .
or bale by
BCHAEFKR'8 CUT RATE DRUG STORK.
' Corner 16th and Chicago Bts., Omaha.
Woodwara & Burgeaa.
SPECIAL MAT. TODAY
Prices, Mat., 250 to $1.0; Night, fto to ll.M.
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Nlghts
Bpertal Matinee Thanksgiving Pav '
I'HIMHOSH A OOl'KSi'AUHH'S -r
Prices Mat. and night. 25c, toe, 75c. $100.
Beats on sale.
Matinees Wednesday,' Saturday" Sunday,'
7 J:16-Kvery night. 1:1a.
HIGH CLASS. VAUDEVILLE '
Mr and Mrs. IrarryTborae Co.; Klein,
Ott Bros, and Nlckerson; Oalettl's Dion
kava: Weston and, A lieu; a Millettes; Leah
Huosell: Way and Mall land and lha klno-orome-
PKICEH-MO, fi. 60?. ;J
Special Matinee Thanksgiving Day.
and his compahy Ot Metropol
itan artists at
,.,d. CBrUeSiC-i K.v W
Beats 7So and U. ale begin Tueaday at
Mandelberg s jawriry
ThB M I LL A R 0 VasrsVKa.'!
I II U " Omaha's Leading Hoteu
a P EC I A LVK4 T f H IC S
lunch ijcr;, vir;y ctNTe. '
SUNDAY, ijil p to. DINNER, '7Sa
. saa 1
Steadily Increasing bualneee haa neoaawl.
tated an enlargement of tbla cafe, doubling
lu former capacity.
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