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TUB OMAHA -flAILY' ni.K; " MONDAY OCTOnEll 19, 1903.
Upon tmde condition. The administration,
therefore, desiring to preserve the equi
librium between 'recKpt and expenditures,
will do everything In Its power to keep a
Attracts Dlnir Veternnn.
Tha unveiling- of the Bhtrtnan statue
) 'brought together In Washington a larger
umber of former volunteer officers of the
alvll war than haa been seen In the capltol
f the- nation for many day. Tha hotla
wera crowded with men who. had written
Ihelr names upon history' Imperishable
pug. John W. Noble of Bt. Loula. a for
mer secretary of the interior. and his old
colonel, General Cyrui Bussey of thla city,
fought over again their army 'days. Bus
ey went Out aa colonel of the Third Iowa
cavalry and taking; a liking to a young law
yer he made him adjutant of the regiment,
and that young lawyer wa none other than
John W. Nobis. Tha fortunes of tha two
men are little leaa than remarkable. Oen
ral Bussey went to New Orleans after the
wall and atcumulated a large fortune, which
he lost through no fault of his own. Noble
located In St. Loula to practice hla profes
ton. Ills success Is well known. President
Harrison asked him to take tha Interior
portfolio. Not forgetful of hla old civil
war colonel he asked General Bussey to be
come assistant secretary, which he did, and
the meeting between these two men -at the
Arlington hotel the other evening showed
completely how friendships laat. In addl
Uon to (bene there were In Attendance upon
the unveiling exercise Lieutenant General
John M. Bchofleld and Major General O. O.
Howard, the only two army commanders of
the civil war who survived. There are but
five surviving corps commanders, and these
Include the two surviving army command
rs, the others being General Sickles, who
commanded the Third corps; General Oren
vllle M. Dodge of the Sixteenth corps and
General J. H. Wilson 'of! th western cavalry
corps. They were all here and their meeting
was full of delightful. reminiscences. Then
there were Colonel Mike Sheridan, a brother
Of "Fighting Phil"; Oeneral O. P. Thurston,
who was a colonel on Rosecrans' staff, and
Oeneral James Barnett, chief of artlllery.ln
th Army of the Cumberland, gave color T
the big crowd of army notablea. The Army
of the Ohio was represented by General
Jack Casement ef Palnesvllle, O., one of the
dashing soldiers 6f the wnr. Oeneral Alex
nder Stewart Webb, who met the famous
charge of Pickett's division at Gettysburg
nd who waa made a briirndler at JS, added
hla presence to the Inspiring scenes about
ths hotel. There wera hundreds of leaser
llghta. colonels and genera la of the civil
- war who participated at the unveiling of
General Sherman's statue, and tha way
they fought the war over was good for one's
Interest la Two Campaigns.
Interest In ths Maryland and Ohio cam
palgn la Increasing. Herrick'a election for
governor of Ohio is virtually conceded by
the democrats. Representative-elect Har
vey C. Garber of the Fourth Ohio district
and chairman of the democratic state com
fnlttee last year, when In Washington thla
week stated that Herrlck would have 60,000
majority, and still he Is a friend of Tom
Johnson's. The election of a republican
legislature, however, he said was a horse of
another color. Senator Hanna's friends,
however, are confident . that a republican
legislature will be elected, although the bl
spellbinders of the) party and the orators of
the cabinet have been ordered Into Ohio to
assist Uncle Mark In Carrying the legisla
ture. i - ,
The president has taken a hand not only
In Ohio, but In Maryland, and altogether
tha eyea of the country are upon these two
. states, with the Jnayorsly contest In New
Tork following closely In public Interest as
to the outcome In Maryland and Ohio. The
president has announced that he Is In favor
of no one man In Maryland for aenato-. He
maims upon inn parry carrying th state
ana inai ins ruetion or a succer.sor
Senator MeComas be tried out after the
eieotion of a reimbllean legislature. '
NORMAL BOARD IS ACTIVE
relatives of the contracting' partleex' At
the same time another, wedding occurred
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Buser
also of Dawson, the contraotlng parties
Building Matten at Kearney and Feral being their daughter. Miss iva, who was
0CP7 It. Attention. business man of Dawson. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. D. F. Honstedt
CHANGES IN PLANS FOR THE NEW CHAPEL ' Hiawatha, Kan. The couple win reaide
. (From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Oct. lS.-Speclal. The mem
bers of the Btate Normal board returned
last -night from a trip to Kearney, where
they Went to Investigate the Ttate TO be
donated by that city for a dormitory to
be used by the students of the school that
Is to be built. They took along with them
Architect Tyler, who wis left to prepare
nlans for the changes' necessary In tha
The board accepted the revised plans for - "'"''"
the erection of the chapel for the rem I ,
Nnem.l hrw.1 which It la estimated Willi "
cut down the cost of the erection of the ADAMS, Neb., Oct: 18.-(Speclal.)-C. f.
chapel fully KOOO. The principal change Reavls and the candidates for the several
wa in th. floorlns- of the gymnasium county omeea rpone 10 a large auownw
closets and baths, which in the old plans Adams Friday night. Mr. Reavls not only
were to be of marble tile. The board answered the chnrges preferred against mm
mninH that cement would do. Several by his defeated opponent, but poamveiy
other rhni were made In the plana, disproved them. Many democrata in mis
but nothing that would detract from the city have signified their Intention of sup
stablllty of the building. The lone bid for porting Mr. Reavls because of the character
h. .rxottnn nf the rhanel. ooened some I of the ngnt matte on mm, ann mere is no
time ago, was for $43,400, which was jusiiaouot tnai ne ana juage ubocock win re
tlTO less than the appropriation. Thla was ceive more than the party vote in tnis pre
turned down, because the board expects clnct.
to have enough money left out of the ap-
strikes at tit Root.-
, Many dangerous dissases begin In Impure
blood. . Electric . Bitters purines the blood
and cures, or no pay. Only (Oc. Por sale
by Kuhn & Co.
nts the Cast ef Constroetten III
Thonsand Dollars lo Get Within
the Limit af the A-ra-''
Building; Boons la Hnmboldt.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Oc':. IS (Special.)
It' looks like the near future will see a
building boom In the city of Humboldt and
the extension la likely to be In the direc
tion of the west side of the public square,
where but few business houses have been
located In the past. Now two of the lead
ing Arms have purchased building sites
on the west side and announce their in
tention of erecting brick blocks, to be oc
cupied by themselves in the spring. Other
lots have also been secured in that vi
cinity for similar purposes. Everjr deslr
able residence In the city Is occupied and
some of the local capitalists are turning
their attention to the matter of furnishing
proprlatlon to furnish the building. With
the saving of the 16,000, based on the first
bid. thl will be done. It Is the Intention
FrehloltloBlst ffame Ticket,
TECUMSEH. Neb., Oct. 18. (Special.)
The prohibitionists of Johnson county have
of the board to have the chapel built I launched the following county ticket: For
ready for occupancy by September next i tregurer, James II. Epler; for clerk, W.
Ground for the new normal at Kearney
will be broken and the building started
Just aa soon aa the frost Is out of the
ground next spring.
Wilson Endorses Text Book.
The work on "Elementary Agriculture,
written ethe request of SUte Buperln
tendent Fowler by Drs. Bessey, Bruner
and Sweesey of the Btate university, has
received the hearty endorsement of Sec-
Governor Mickey Leetnves.
S. Burr; cltrk of the district court, A. J,
Thompson; Judge, M. B. Bash; sheriff,
David Taylor; superintendent, Edward
Clutter; assessor, W. J. Jose. The offices
of coroner and surveyor are not filled with
Sarpy Republicans Orsrnnlse
PAPILLION, Neb., Oct 18. (Special.)
The republican county central committee
of Sarpy county la as follows: w. 8
Raker, E. S. Nlckerson, M. P.. Brown, A.
H. Frlcke, A. P. Butterfleld, F. C. Clarke
.aa-..- th. nA Rib-I Charles Thompson, Jacob Ehlers. W. J
UWYVauu. wwv - ' 1
bon club this afternoon on "Good Cltlxen
ship." Tha address was .heard by a large
number, many of whom were business man.
It dealt with the duty of the citiaen io me
government and waa well received. Music
was furnished by a choir under the direc
tion of Mr. Burnham.
Morrison. John Becker, E. N. Upjohn. W.
8. Baker was elected chairman and E. 8.
Robber Strikes Poor Picking.
FREMONT. Neb., Oct 18. (Special.)
John Strickland, an lemploye pf the Fre-
v. v. n.iiant father of Pansy Ballard. I mont TriDune. was neta up iasi nigni on
who took her own life In Bt Theresa cathe- West Ninth street while on his way home,
dral yesterday morning by drinking car- about :. Fortunately he had an empty
bollc add. Is expected to arrive tonlgnt I pocxeiDOoa, ana sier ne nan empuea nis
from Kansae. and until he gets here no ar- pockets to the satisfaction of the robber
D0W1E DRAWS A BIG
rite Thonnand Tetpls .Turned Awa; from
Maaiion. Senate Garden.
SOME OF AUDIENCE WALKS OUT EARLY
Mildly Rehanea Ttiesn, hat lndn!ee In
Aothlns; So Sensational na ItaS
Marked Many ef dla Meet- - ,
logs Blsevt here.
NEW TORK. Oct, 41. Five thousand
persona were turned away from Madison
Square garden this, afternoon after all the
seats In tha building had been filled with
a great crowd, curious "to see John Alex
ander; Dowle, on bis first appearance before
a New Tork audience. Fully 14,000 persons
were In the garden, at 1:10 o'clock, when
the serrtoes began with the procession. In
which the fclon white robed choir, to the
number of too, and capped and gowned
ordained officers of the Christian Catholic
church In Zlon took part. The. procession
ascended tha platform and the choir. took
Its position behind. When those on, the
platform had taken their places Dr. Dowle
ascended the platform, j accompanied . by
Overseers Daniel Bryant.- J. G;. Excell. 'A.
J. Gladstone Dowle. J. G. Speigner, G. L.
Masbn and W,
Where U the common honesty of modern
theologians In net admitting this factT
What theologian Is worth his salt who has
denied the fact that Elijah must come
again? I say to the Protestant theologians
ef- New Tork: Dig up your commentaries
and annotations on the gospel, look every
where you cart, and you will And that nil
the- authorities agree that Elijah must
come again before Christ comes again. No
matter whether I am Elijah or not, Elijah
must come sigaln. He has come once as a
mighty destroyer, when he called down the
Are of Mount Carmel. He came again aa
John the Baptist and once more must he
come, aorordina to the promise of God be
fore the great and terrible day of Jehovah.
Elijah triumphed once," he cried. "God
grant he may triumph again.'
"Amen, amen," came from all over the
The general overseer asked everyone
who wished to repent and be saved to rise
and many responded. The meeting closed
with a hymn, a benediction and the shouts
peace be unto you" and "peace unto you
KING AND' QUEEN GO HOME
Visit ef Italian Rnler to Paris Closes
- vtlth. a Lssekeea--Treops
PARIS, Oct. 18.-Klng Victor Emmanuel
of Italy and hla wife. Queen Helena, heard
Hammer. Plcer. who took mass early this morning In ths Italian
their places behind the pulpit in the order Chapel here, whither they drove without
in whih h. h.. fetu.hril the rostrum. I eecori.
Dr. Dowle wore ths ususl white robe with
a black robe above It
The service of -prayer opened with the
invocation by Dr. BoWie, followed by the
singing of a hymn, during which the crowd
continued to pout Into: the garden. This
wsa followed hy the recital of the creed and
commandments and the reading of scrip
ture, during which hundreds of persons
started to leave the hajl. causlnf much con
fusion. The exodus contlnned In spite of
repeated orders to cfose the . doore, until
nearly a. third el the-audience had departed.
many of the .vacant seats being tilled witn
tho waiting crowd. outside. After order had
be,eit eomtwhat restored Dr. Dowle said:. ,
At about I o'clock this morning a start
waa made for Vincenncs, to witness the
military review. The streets through
which their majesties pasaed were not
crowaca, owing to the early hour and a
drlssllnt ratn which continued to fall In
termittently almost all morning. Upon ar
rlvlni at the review ground King Victor
Emmanuel mounted a horse, Queen Helena
took her place In President Loubet'S car
rlage. while Madame Loubet entered the
richly decorated royal stand, where, be
rore t me troops marched past she was
Jollied by tJatlr majesties and the French
The party returned to Paris by way of
rangements will be made for the funeral
The remains sre still at the Walter Rob
erts undertaking rooms.
Program for Teachers
he was told to "get along there lively,"
which he did.
i ur.Kow.i -.u. , ..v i ... - - - - :r ------ -
If this is New York and this is a typical ". ---. ..u i mnjr .nrmi
N.w York conrreaatlon I am In the face of ' n naa come out ana
... ... .,i, .v,u . tne crowds were enthusiastic.
a new experience. J 'think that aome oil . , .
,. , , ., - i,. ih.,,.1,1 1 At 1 o clock their majesties
me people wiiu eiins in uiun. . .. w n
that this was a Buffalq Bill show. I wonder
If the Congregations of the churches here
enter and leave as they please. I reckon
we have learned sotnethlng and will be. pre.
pared hereafter. There will be no mors
going out of the front door.. If any have
remained outside let 'them in. It seems a
shame they should not have the seats the
Buffalo Bill persons have left." No ne
entered. . .. ' '' '
. "Well,' let us keep 'the quiet audience, we
have," said the preacher.
Takes Text from Revelations-
Dr. Dowle took" his text from the third
I chapter of ths book of Revelatlona, the
twentieth verse: "Behold, I stand at ins
door and knock. , If any man hear My
Treats Friends to Bear Meat. -
PAPILLION, Neb., Oct, 18.-(Speclal.)-
The entire membership of the executive Dr. A. O. Hamilton, county coroner, re-
committee of the State Teachers' assocla- turned this week from an extended hunting
tton of Nebraska met Saturday night .at trip through Idaho and Wyoming. Besides
the Linden hotel to complete arrangements some deer, elk and small fume, he bagged
for the holiday program. There were here: three bear. The evening of his return ,he
C. A. Fulmer, Beatrice, president; E. J. gave a game supper and treated his friends
Bndwell. Omaha: W. M.. Kern.: Columbus; I to bear meat.
J. E. Del tell. Lexington: D. C. O'Connor,
It was officially announced that the assoJ
and along the route received -enthusiastic
demonstrations from the crowd. Their de
parture was without any noteworthy Inci
Before hla departure King Victor Em
manuel gave 110,000 for the poor of Pails
and 16,000 for Indigent Italians
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Oct. 18. (Special.)
Mr. George Rlst.&nd Mlas Josle Svanda
were united In marriage last Wednesday
artemoon by County Judge Barton at
Pawnee City. The young people nave been
residents of this section since childhood.
After the ceremony a reoeptlon was given
the couple at' the home of the bride's
parents southwest of the city which was
attended by over a hundred guests. The
coupls will live on a farm south of the
fcity. " " -
" Firemen to Dance.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. Oct. 18.-(Specla1.)-
clation has again made provisioo for the I The Tecumseh Are department" will give
membership of. the association to enJoy the ft first annual ball and banquet . at , the
annual exhibit of :the Nebraska Art asao. fepera,; house , Tuesday; . evening-. ,' Money
elation, i This year the association expects raised by the entertainment will go toward
to present some extraordinary, attractions supplying a hook and ladder truck. Bnsftieaa
from the beet artist of America and men and citizens , generally are buying
other countries. , ticket to the ball.
Wlllard KImbaH of the Btate University I ' : -
Bchool of Music will have charge of the i-orn ot in) area oy rroit.
tnullc end the committee ! prepared to 'TABLE luJtK, Neb., Oct. 18 (Special.)
give the musical features a prominent place For the last three nights there' haa been
on ths program,- hard frost the first hard enough to nffect
A representative of the General Federa- even the tomato vines.' Corn li drying out
tlon of Woman's Club will have a place on I nicely since' It has cleared up in the last
Tied much about the audience ne
0but I m golna to have quiet WILLIAM ADVISES HIS SONS
now. you'd better' believe. Sit - " "'..'"1'.-
adam, you Just sit down." ' ' Delivers kai Address on the Occasion
voice, and open th door; I -will come In to tatlon by President and Madame Loubet
him and will sup with him and n witn
Me." Then, walking back and fortn in
front of his pulpit, he began
Eyes have they, yet they see not Bars
have they, yet thfey -hear not.
I shall ask the gentlemen of tne press
to behave and not talk. I am not one wno
Is concerned much about the audience he
Anwri madam. VOU lUSt
Dr. Dtiwle strode across tne piaiiorm anu
pointed his linger, shaking It, at the woman
to whom, he shouted.
Kjnw fha ' ntt'onle" who have gone way,
Li- .i-... i"rh'V niild not' have g6ne
because ot wha'tY-sald'. tor it Was readlna In Jhe. new palare yesterday' In honor of
rtt"1.lH '"fear they-had. tent they I the condrmatlon of Prlnoe August Wll-
heard not' I ' am golfig to make . them I Uani and Oscar, ths fourth and fifth sons
k i." with his arms above his head, in l c-mperor n unam, ms majemy aaaressea
4,i.t.i that rMititit tn lannesi l "
ill ill , . . . . - a . ...
- ,,ii.nsh cried t ' " ' I iy uear Hons This day Is In its spiritual
part ot the1 garden,-. ne cneai relation to be compared to th dav an
"Oh. It 1 rood to Know inai um ofnoer . or soldier , takes . tha oath. Tndsv
not ceased to knock at the human hearty i ypu have, so to speak, come to age In your
Hart Merer Harts.
A fter Porter's Antiseptic' Healing Oil Is ap
plied. Relieves pain Instantly and heal itt
the am time. For man or beast Price, e.
Hall Denies Any Unlit.
' Chief of Detectives Dunn returned from
Helena, Mont., Bunrtsy evening with
George Fred Hall, who has been charged
Ith . embertUiiK from . his late employer,
Henry Rohlf. Hall has been employed by
liohlf In the capacity of collector and
driver and the specific charge against him
Involves the amount of 3). Previous to
Ms employment with Rohlf, Hall was with
the CucIhIiv Parking com nan v. George C.
Yates of the Midland hotel, where Mr. and
Mrs. Hall and baby lived for a number of
months, states that Hall bore a good record
at tha hotel and that he gave no Indica
tions of being a man of erabessllng pro
Trs only statement Hall would make for
rubllcatlon waa that he Is Innocent and
bat he would be able to clear himself.
the program. - A request to this effect com
ing from the organisation was gladly
W. W. Btetson, state' superintendent of
publlo Instruction In Maine, will probably
be here during the session. He waa one of
the member of the faculty of the summer
few days, and only the very
will be appreciably injured.
rt knock ei the doors' of home's; to knock
at thi doors of workshops; at th doors
of places of business; the doors of busi
ness institutions; at tne ooors m m -
Inspection; Heral Routes,
TABLE ROCK. Neb., Oot, l.-(8pec aL)-
Pennis llamblin, special inspector for
rural routes, was In Table Rock three
school for superintendents held this year at I day laat week, going over and inspecting
Omaha. The committee regard btm a an the proposed new route. He was highly
authority on educational matters.
The sectional program have been . re
ceived with two exception.- The program
will soon be printed and ready for distribu
The local committee, with Superintendent
W. I. Btephens at th head, haa completed
It organisation for preparatory work. . It la
confidently expected that 2.500 people will
be registered this year,, a the program will
be of the highest grade, and Interest In the
association work Is Increasing yearly.
The committee adjourned to meet next
pleased with the same and his report will
be In favor of Its early establishment
Find Pearls In Itlvcr,
' CARBONDALE. 111.. Oot U. The people
. of Maunle. a small town on the Wapaah
river in White county, have become ex
cited over, the ttndlnsr of valuable Marls In
the riverbed and scores of people are now
wnraing aany gainnring mussel snells,
which arc selling at 115 a ton. Borne ex
perienced men can secure a ton per day.
The, pearls range la value from 110 tu 2(0.
French I reiser Leaves.
NEW TORK. Oct. 18. After a visit of
two weeks In this port th. Crouch triple
screw cruiser Jurlen de hi Guvlere, In com
mand of t'aptnlu Letnoyne. departed today
lor rtiiieaeipni ana ine ei( ukuci.
.Tbl porou. absorbent, venti
lating Vnderwear l toe 40
rheumatiatu. It envelopes) tha
; Uxjy Ju 'a dry, warm atmoa
yhere. ; . Disease cannot tlirlve
there. In elckneaa or in health
' the Pr. Telmel Underwear ia
'' ' ' .
! nnie H11n alt ahntrt IJ
auU tit g armsuta may Us hM
jLttE"dink Dealers Everywhere
' Tt Dlotel Unaa-Maah Co.
' DrUtuatod "Uoeo-ateaa"-).
41 re4ws. New York.
EVIDENCE DISPLEASES JUDGE
W'ttnessr Alleges! to Hav Tel Dif
ferent atory to tho Grnna
TECVM8BH, Neb., Oct l.-(Speclal.)-
The present session of the district court
for 'Johnson county, which has' continued
all last week and wnlch will last th
greater part of this week at least. Is on
of unusual interest Among other cases to
coir e up for disposal were the two gam
bllng cases from Sterling, and it may b
said that the outcome wa not aa.lt wa
expected. In the case of th . atat of
Nebraska against Patrick Lane, two wit
nesses, James Baylee and Taylor Halbrook,
ar charged with giving different evidence
befor the petit Jury from that they gave
before the grand Jury this spring. Such
action on tb part of the witnesses did
not meet th approval of Judge Stull and
he ao Informed them. He even went so
far a to Intimate to the prosecuting at
torney that it wa hla duty to bring pro
ceeding against the witnesses on th
charge of perjury M'nder the evidence the
Judge wa obliged to dismiss th case, and
th case of th atate of Nebraska against
John Mandery, tho other gambling case,
waa dismissed. In the damage case of
Moses Roberts against the Burlington rail
road, the jury returned a verdict tn favor
of th plaintiff. In th sum of $1,000, the
amount asked. Mr. Roberta sustained In
juries at Qraf by hi team being fright
ened by one of the defendant's trains, and
running away threw hUn out of hi wag-on.
Ereetla; llsrk Bale Pavilion.
' HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Oct. 18.-(8necUl.)-
Work I well under way on the Urge new
sale pavilion being erected in thla
city by a stock company. Tb one erected
about two year o proved Inadequate
for th demands upon it. Th new on la to
be octagonal In shape and arranged to ac
commodate the largest eal. It will be
dedicated by tha four leading stockmen
f this section in a combination eel of
Aberdeen-Angus cattle November t.
. v DEATH RECORD. :
Rider Mark H. Forseott.
NEBRASKA CITT, Neb.. Oct 18. (Sper
clal Telegram.) Elder Mark H. Forscutt,
pastor of the Latter Day Saints' church,
died suddenly at hla home In this city early
today. Funeral arrangement will be an
nounced later. ' '
Rev. Mr. Forscutt has seen and mingled
with the people of a large part of the world
and endured the privations and hardship
Which are th lot of a missionary. Born In
Bolton, England, ha was one of thousands
tarried away by th Mormon crusade In
that country over forty year ago. . He
Joined th church , and with hi brlda (who
died ten day ago) started for Utah In 1860.
Travel in those day wa not tha pleasure
it la now. It waa unbroken tramp from th
Mississippi river to Salt Lake. The party
waa th laat of the famoua pushcart cara
vana which crossed the plain and Vnoun-
tain to the so-called promised land, and It
paased through Omaha in July of that year.
Conditions In Utah were not what they
were pictured by the missionaries in Eng
land. Rv. Forscutt did not approve of the
practice of the Brlghamltes, and was
promptly oatraclsed by the ruling powers.
The following year he joined the volunteer
force then encamped In .Ruby Valley,
Nev., and became private secretary for
Oeneral Conor, commander. In that capa
city he accompanied th general and hla
forces Into Suit Lake City and saw the
power of Brigham Young overturned by
United State troops. Later ha wa asso
ciated with othera In the publication of an
anti-Mormon paper called the Vldette, and
eventually had to leave Salt Lake City to
save his life.
During the last thirty-five years he hss
been a missionary in ths Joseph! t branch
of th church, ha held pastorate in
various parte of th west, and ten year
ago preached the. gospel to the natives of
Tahita island in th South Pacific. In re
cent years his artlvltiea were limited oir ac
qoupt of age and waning health, and he haa
lived with his family at Nebraska City.
where the summon found him. Hla re
main will be laid beside the fresh-mads
grave of Mrs. Forscutt on Tuesday after
Fnnrral of Mrs. Toad.
Th Funeral of Mr. J. B. Coad. Jr., who
died Saturday evening, wilt be held from
th residence, t01 North Twentlth tret
at I o'clock Tuesday roornln. Ths bod
will be taken to 8t Pr&ncie' church, Coun
cil Bluffs, where services will be held
at I JO. Interment at Bt Joiepa's cemetery,
jrllefs.-I speak continually In the military
Sena because I assume you know the bean-
mui allegory in wmcn tne unrlatlun Is
compared to the warrior. Tou will, of
course, carry out what you have today
. . .. - , . ueauiuuuy prununra in your vows VJ
lt.ln.1ltv: at the dOOrS Of nallS OI legists- 1 vnr -nlrilnol molr With l,iillr n
tlon' at th doors of princes and of preat- have emphasized the fact that you Intend
. ' . , fcin . Thunderina at the to personages; that in my opinion is the
dents and of kings. u"(""n " point which most concerns the Christian
door of the world Is th King of rungs. jn bi dttv for undoubtejy we CBn
And In His nsm I tand before you toaay i say witn comfort of the Bavlor, that He
Ooen that door ann let tne i - i'""i v ""n wu ever
"l1 I walked tha earth inuim mnn.
In your lessons you have read and heard
of many great men who have elevated and
even - inspired you, but their s are only
human worda and no human words can be
considered to any single word of our Lord.
Never haa a human work succeeded in
Inspiring the people of all race and all
nations equally to the same goal, to strive
io imitat mm, yes, even to yield their
lives for Him. This miracle can only be
explained in the assumption that Ills words
are in woras or everlasting lire. From
my own experience I can assure you that
the angle and turning point of human
and ..especially a busy life, lies alone In
th attitude adopted toward our Savior.
There cannot be any doubt that our Lord
Uvea today as an entire personality which
Two Wedding, 4 DawMs,
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. Oct lt-(8pecial )-
Rev. W. B. Max of th Evangelical church
of Dawaoa performed the ceremony which
united tb live of two of th wait known
young .people of this section, Verner H.
Shier and Mis May Alexander. The cere
mony took place tthe home of the bride'
brgtb ill th fireaeuvo' of etUjr Ut near
Battleship on OCtrial Trial.
CAPB HENRY. Vs... Oct Is-The battle-
nu Minraun, enicn yemeraay left New
twrt News tor uoxton "n its vmi-ui trlH
nt wh'rh was compelled to put hack to
Old Point Comfort on account of the itmM
ft-g. pasaed the capes at o clock thla morn
'If it's a Qurlind." that'a ail yoa need to
aaeti about a stove or range.
majesties drove in full
state to the Elyaee palace, where an e'.ab
drate luncheon waa given, the guests being
all military or naval officials, Includ.ng
Commander Giles H. Barber, the naval at
tache, and Captain T. Bentley Mott, th
military attache at the American em
bassy. At the lunch King Victor Emman
uel mad a speech expressing his admira
tion ' for the French army and recalling
the days when It had fought side by side
With the soldiers of Italy.
Hla majesty referred again to the plea-
bur e : that he and Queen Helena had de
rived from their visit to Paris. President
Loubet replied bellttlngly,
The king and queen left for Italy from
the Invalided railroad station at 1:25 this
afternoon. They were accompanied to the
AT THE PLAYHOUSES.
'ot Their Confirmation In
th Cbarch. , x
-BERLIN, Oct. 11 At the banquet given
'Her First False Step" nt the Krng,
It seems like a reversal of the natural
order that "Her First False Step" should
follow "Htr Only Bin"; but let that pass. It
Is enough to know that "Her First False
Step" was the beginning of a weary round
of wandering, far from home and the light.
through trials and tribulation. ,vn Into
the valley of the shadow, and that sh
eventually got her feet again pointed on the
road to happiness Is due solely to tho In
tervention of the author, for in no other
way could the unfortunate heroine of this
extra-Illuminated thriller ever have been
rescued from the meshes or misfortune in
which she becomes entangled aa the result
of her mistake In th first act. But the
author finally relents, and just at the su
preme moment, when all seems Irretrievably
lost, he steps In snd by a turn or two of his
pen sets her free, and to all Intents and
purposes restores her to comparative happi
The play Itself la one of the quietest that
has been seen at the Krug thla season; In
the first act the current of a country wed
ding' Is turned awry, and the heroine In a
moment of pique marries the villain, jilting
the honest hero, who loves her devotedly,
at the very altar. In the second act the
villain and hie pals rob the bank in which
the hero is employed as a clerk and Knock
the virtuous lover on the head with a crow
bar. In the third art the heroine Is discov
ered In her squalor and starvation, and her
youngest child dies In full view of th
audience; her father discovers her, and Is
about to restore her to home and happiness
when her husband returns from the bur
glary on which he has been engaged and
murders the old man, making his escape by
leaping from a top-story window Just ae the
police, led by the honest bsnk clerk, who
was knocked on tho head a few moment
before, batter down the door and rush Into
the room. In the fourth act un excursion
steamer moves away from the pier on East
river, and the villain and his pals start in
naphtha launch for Harlem, where they
have purchased a circus, bearing with them
the other child of the heroine; a police tug
put out In pursuit and a revolver duel en
sues, the villain' launch, finally exploding
In midstream. In the fifth act a circus com
pany In the course of a rehearsal Is intro
duced, and the lion tamer Is discharged be
cause he protects the heroine from the vil
lain' abuse. In order to glut hla vengeance
the villain tosses his llttlo daughter Into a
den of live lions, the mother rushes In to
save her child, the honest lover appears.
shoots th villain, snatches mother and
daughter from the lions' den, and tha cur
tain goes down, leaving the Impression that
all I well. It certainly ought to be after
Scenlcally, the piece I a marvel of cor
rectness; a a play It realise the author'
theory, "You can't give It to them too
raw." Mis Ida Hamilton, who enacts the
role of the persecuted young woman, has
som ab'lllty as an emotional actress, and
makes much of the part The rest of th
company ar all that la required by the ac
tion or the play, and the Hons are genuine
and fierce. They dally how their disposi
tion by the snnrllng welcome they give th
professional trainer who enters and leaves
the cage before the child is tossed In. A
partition shoved across the cage preserves
the little girl from actual danger, but doe
not destroy the realistic effect. Two very
large audiences cheered end hissed alter
nately yesterday in apprdvaj of the - piece,
which will be the bill until after Wednesday.
future prospects of the lndls train era
i-ni1 to bo hopeful, but Inquiries for the
present are generally at Imposslole limits
and are commitl to the booking ot halit
xm"Is, mainly for Bombay. Shillings were
rams were stirrer sna ine inquiry was
rather better. The turn-over In some ill
rtH'tiona waa somewhat Improved.
LONDON. Oct IV After bavins; sur
mounted a most dlllleult settlement wit li
mit disaster the tone ot the stock exchance
unrter tho Influence of eiveler money con
ditions In New York and i'nils and tho
cIIsixtwbI of the alarmist rumors of r
oetween Japan and Kuslu, has ocootno
much healthier and the general impression
prevails that the worst Is over. Japanc-e
irn.l Russian securities, sfter a rapid d--rllne,
had a rapid recovery. American and
Knfllrs participated fullv In the seneral
recovery of prices, steel shares being in
considerable request. After a troublous
week on adverse rumors from Montreal,
Canadian closed much better. The best
price of the week were hardly main
tained on Saturday, when Japanese se
curities had another relupse.
TIDAL WAVE KILLS TOURIST
Canard I. tne Steamer Meets with Acci
dent Between Jfir tork nod
LONDON. Oct. 1S.-TH Cunard Line
steamer Etrurla, from New York, October
10,. which arrived at Liverpool today, re
ports having been struck by a tidal wave
on the day II left Nvw York. A Canadian
named Hall was killed and several others
were Injured. The port side of the cap
tain's bridge and a number of stanchions
were carried away.-
The name of Captain O. C. M. Hull, H
E., appears among the saioon passengers
on Etrurla, when It loft New York Oc
Crew Ready to Mntlny.
BAN FRANCISCO, Oot. 1H.-The steamer
Mariposa, from Tahiti, brings the news
that the French bark Sully, from China,
to Valparaiso put Into Papeete September
9 with mutinous crew. The crew claimed
their provisions were poor and Inaufllrlent.
The captain of Sully has been held and the
vessel detained by the French authorities.
Other burner use 5 to 6 feet
of gat an hour, the WeLbach
only 3 feet yet rjvej you 3
time the light. ,
AH Dealers. I
J Thl Shield Is
"Amen" went up from
spirit of Ood In
A murmur of
Speak el Hlnasel.
k ... . NtmiiN to Christ and the
nn,n nt Ramarla. h continued: 'They
k. t asic who Christ wa. I not He
' ... . ' (Lll
the on of old Joe, the crpenier, wo ..
vt This is Jesus, the on of old Joe.
ihd thnv talked with eacn orner. ahu
they told Him to get out of there, but He
stood still. And If you, say to me m w
vnrk 'Oet out of here I won t get. iney
- . . . . u.ci Kimiflljr an
said to m in' Chicago iney wouia anv. cannot be ignored. I am ready lo believe
m nut of th city, but I told them th that many persons take the view that in
me pui oi in . would modem life It is Impossible that anyone
only way they could drive m out wouio. oon(rn hmaelf so intimately with
be by killing me and driving me out tn a the gavlor or take Him Into oonsidera-
hearae Bless' youf life, I am tn oniy i tlon as rormeriy. out tne rescuer remains
... ,, ,iia rom Chicago that I the Bavlor. I advise you from the bottom
minister forty-two miles from .nicBgonaiif my henn Q toJ and wo(.k wlout
the newspapers hunger to get even a worn I reaaing. That. I the kernel of Christian
- ,, v.- nn with a suaaen mum, i ore. tie wno win De most neavuv pun-
irum, " ..... - I l.hait ia ha whn rinaa nnthlna- ahn
At the last mayoralty election oo.n p- - ,T. .j
dldatea came to get m to back them up I May eapn ot you .trV9 to , his best lii
-i an, herharja I might be a I his province, to become a parsonage and
. , " " ... . ,K. ,,,. in Maw York I to grow up with hla taska according to the
help to one ide or the other m ww. xora Jf mpla oy RnvioTi Btr(v, tht wh.t
yet. I nave no k - you undertone naii oe a joy o your lei-
i. t ttawa a maBBKae ur ina uivd lowinrn. ur pi vbbi n ni h-itut iu mem.
. .... iu- . ick they'll I then yoti will have accomplished what Is
tomorrow, and 1 11 arlv It a ilea iney n ...pacf o( you. That y7u may not b
never forget!" I wanting In the help of Ood and of our
Continuing, he said: "Bom win go away i Bavlor a ima eno us empiy our guises.
wifa-on' tV. p..tfoVem wuh him.- why FRENCH PARLIAMENT TO OPEN
.hnniri tint I tnit my wife on th platformT
t- - o..ttr rmtfna ihiin T CATl- nartlrularlv I Present Mlnlatrr Has No Fear from
" 1 V . u-.l
When we are alone togeiner. jn, wui
fooia the churches have been. They nave
let the devil get the women. They have
let them go upon the ta and dance and
ins-. Isn't it tlm w ha th women
singing for Jesus r
Yes' responded . hi follower in on
voice. ;. '
In conclusion. Dr. Dowle delivered
oraver that began with a pry:
Help, help, help, that in ooors d
opened! In conclusion, belovea, abstain
from all appearance ot eviL Peace b to
HI follower responded together
to the multiplied."
An early morning 'aacriflc of praise
and prayer" wa held in the .garden, when
1,000 person were In.
Th garden wa filled tonight
The "Restorer" In a lengthy Invocation
Implored Divine blessing upon the mission
Of the host ot th worker and on th
metropolis. The invocation waa followed
by th hymn, "All Power I Given Unto
Mr. Dowle, known to th follower of
her husband a "Overseer Jane Dowle.
read from the gospel ot Bt. Mark, tlio
first chapter, th first fifteen verses.
Talk of ReoentAaee.
Doctor Dowle made a long prayer, at the
close of which many hundred persona left
the building Dowle again remonstrated
witn those who were leaving and asked
them to do him the courtesy of remaining
until th end of th meeting.
Th subject of the discourse waa "Re
pentance" and Doctor Dowle' text wa
from scriptural passage having reference
to the teaching and the promised coming
"In these three passages," said th
preacher, "we have the great and mighty
records of the appearances of Elijah and
th promise that t snail com again.
Opposition on Any Pendlna:
PARIS, Oct 18. Th opening of Par
liament next Tuesday, after a vacation
of four months' duration, excite llttl at
tention here, aa there are few Important
Issues in sight. The Combes ministry has
practically th same strength today as
it had at the close of the laat aeasion and
there Is no doubt that the government
has a sufficient majority to resist adverse
vote.' Th main features of the policy
'Peace relating to school and the rellflous rrder
hav been carried out. A number ot inter
pellations however, are pending on the
methods adopted by iths government in
closing the religious establishments. It
la the Intention of the government to group
th clerical Interpellations so that all
phases of the mutter be discussed at tb
tlm and voting may follow.
Th principal business of th approaching
session Will b the budget for WM and the
discussion In the chamber of a bill which
haa already passed the senate, re luclng
th term of military service from three to
two year. Th debate on th budget tn
the chamber will begin October Jo. Th
principal work of the senate will be th
consideration of a bill granting old age
pension to worklngmen.
A Caarauieea tare tor Pile.
Itching. BllnB. Bleeding or Protruding
Pile. Your druggiav will refund money If
PAZO OINMENT fall to cur you In t
14 day. 10c.
; LOCAL BREVITIES.
M-U-7-a-Wlting en wnt you.
A. Minardi and son. Tony, Italian fruit
vendois oa North Sixteenth Srol. were
arrested yesterday afternoon, the form
for reaisilug an wlflctr aud tha latter fu
L WeiSSMH B
OP rne Burner Ni
Vaudeville at tho Crelarhton-Orphennt.
If ny objection Is raised to the
bill at th Crelghton-Orpheum '" thl
week, it will be that there is too
much of It. It I the longest, and
In many respects the strongest of
fering of tha season in the vaudeville
line. Bam Edwards, a sterling actor, and
his clever assistant ar easily the head
line feature, their , sketch, "A Pas r0r
Two," being one of the cleverest conceits
of the sort written, and acted with tost
and intelligence. Mr. Edward long ago
established his name, and Miss Brant and
Mr. Stuart, who are associated with him,
are worthy members of a very satisfying
combination. Lew Bloom and Jan Cooper
contriDute a sketch lacking somewhat In
artistic conception, yet well calculated to
occasion merriment and Win approbation.
Bloom la a good character actor, and Miss
Cooper looks as well as acts the part of a
New Kngland spinster. Edwin Keouch
na uorotny Ballard also hav a sketch
which calls for aome diversified talent.
aa tney give a scene from "Ingomar" with
considerable force and finish and do a
modern vaudeville song and dance turn
to wind up with. It I only Justice to
th Sunday night audience to . say that
the song and dance waa better received
than the classic bit In answer to th
persistent recall Mr. Keough made one of
the neatest little speeches beard In the
house for a long lime. Other number on
th big bill Include some clever conversation
between Phil and Nettle Peter, soma
mystifying feats of palming by T. Nelson
Downs and a monologue by, James Rich
mond Glenroy, "the man with the green
gloves." Master Hermann Lehann is a
boy pianist who shows much capacity for
one so young. H played a double number
last night, a ooncertstuck by Wtber and
a 'Mazourka by . Chopin, neither an es
pecially difficult piece, but both executed
with taste and confidence. To ths encore
he responded .with a walta by Dellbea,
Thl evening h will play a serenade by
Chopin. Th moving picture ar partic
ularly interesting thla wek.
Meraaden'a Row of Flats" at the
Unpleasant experiences with sensitive and
emotional Irishmen, who resented In a very
vigorous manner ths Implied slight put upon
their countrymen by the ridiculous carica
tures presented In "McFadden's Row of
Flats," led the managers of that ever
green (In a Pickwickian sense) attraction
to alter the current of its action, so that it
ould not at leaat offend the Milealan
taste. It is practicaMy new In all but
name this sesson. and haa been In many
ways Improved by the rehabilitation. Bobby
Ralston and Jerry Sullivan are still with
the company, enacting the roles of Alex
snd George, the infantile disturbers of the
peace In th neighborhood of the flats;
other In the company are new to Omaha.
Th customary large Sunday night audience
at the Boyd watched the piece last night
and warmly applauded the many ipeclaltlea
offered by the company. The piece will be
presented again tonight and Tuesday even
ing, and at a special matinee on Wednes
"Follow the Flag"
LESS THAN HALF
ROUND TRIP TO
Tlckft sold October 20th. Lotijr
limit and atop-ovcra allowed. All
information at Wabash City Office,
1001 Fa ran in 8t or address
Harry E. Moores,
Q. A. P. D. Omaha, Neb.
BUY A FARM
on Monthly Installments.
Farm homes In Polk and Barron Countl?,
Wisconsin, within f-om W to IS miles from
Bt Paul and Minneapolis, S to $15 por sere,
upon payment if from f cents to tl.M psr
acre cash, baltnc tn three, five or ten
years, on monthly payments. Monthly in
stallments of from 13 to t will procure a
farm. For maps and full information ad
arena. UCCKE'S LAND AGENCY.
Manchester tleth Market.
MANTIIKSTER. Oct. 1. The cloth mar
ket last week was dull.. The firm advance
In the cotton bulnesa rnlra ousinws
more I'imcult snd the condition wus g-n-
erttlly dl'sppnintlne. rale Inquiry previei
wllh noma incrta" in irane. prinr-ineiiv
for lte del'verv. Value ar appro'chlns; a
more normal level, and aome makers, tired
of havln- their machinery I-4!, hava ac
cented offers which thv had prv1only
riar-Hnai tn orrir la scure oHrtlxl W"rk.
Ths China trail ws ouietee. me nre-enx
wants of merchants being supp'ld. Ths
Ajways Kara "" to) ran Tifmo
txzUve urorao ruiauia
CnTt a) CoM la Om Day, CrsyM 3 Days
S (Vt- J evtrjr
Car All Special
DISEASES OF MEI
YEAK, NERVOUS UEN
KIDNEY AND BLADDER
Triaiutst and Mettieine
S5.00 PER -10IIT1I
Examinations and advice free at ofllc or
ny mall. Written contracts iv-n iu
SGrebTe dUea.M r refund mon.y paid for
treatment. Treatment by mail. M year
In Oman a. lra
Cor. lih and Doasjla. OMAHA. XKaV
rr n Gum !
TKI.DPOXK 15X1. '
EVERY NIGHT. MATINEEH THURS
DAY, SATURDAY ANU SUNDAY.
MODKHN VAI MUVIM K. .
Bam Kdwarda & Co.. KeouKh and BaU
laid, Bloom and Cooper, T. Nelson Downs,
J.h. Kli-hmoiid Olenroy Phil and Nettl
Peters, Herrmann L.uhun ana me jm no-drome.
PRICKH 10C, 3K-, oc.
Tonight. Tuesday' Night Bpeclul Matlne
Tuesday The Uproariously
McFadden's Row of Flats
BIOOKR AN1 BUTTER THAN KVER
I'liueo Ma4., kilaht SS-fcO-iic.
Wednesilsy Night Only
JOSEPH JKKKKHSON as Hob Acre In-
Price Mat., S6-50e. Night 26--75c,
No r LUL
KRUQ THEATRE 'nSVso.
t TONIGHT AT liuVrSe'
1 "Min." I- 1MMEN8B HIT,
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