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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1905.
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We are more than gratified "with the response made by our patrons to come and make this their store home. The past two weeks have demonstrated to us
thut our effort have been appreciated, that the goods we are displaying and the location we have chosen are right; the prices as low as can be made for reliable
We again extend a cordial invitation to all to come and make this your store home. To make its many conveniences your own. Waiting and rest rooms fitted
with comfortable chairs, writing desks and free telephone. Free parcel check rooms. The men as well as the ladies are invited.
This Is the Best Daylight Store in the Country.
Extraordinary Sale of Silk and
Wool Black Dress Goods
Great as haa been the values In Black
Dress Ooods at aome of our former sales,
we have never before sold auch superior
quality of Imported black goods at anything;
near thla price.
Regular $1.00 Quality Black
Silk and Wool Crepe de Paris.
Monday's Special Price 59c a
Black Bilk and Wool Crepe de Parla needa
no recommendation as a fashionable fabric
Omaha ladies have confirmed the decree of
Parts, for the aoft clinging gown for after
noon, evening or all dreas occasions, noth
ing more perfect than thla pretty fabric
to be sold Monday at 69o a yard.
Parisian Chiffon Broadcloths
Queen of the Wool Dress Fab
rics. This season surpassea all previous sea
sons in the beauty of Ita colore. The darker
street shades the egg-plant purple (which
is a greet favorite this season), the rich
wina and darker Bordeaux, the Empire
bronxe and dark bottle greens, the grays,
the new Alloc blue all these colors are
much favored for the new chic Autumn
gown. And best of all they absolutely wi'l
not snot with water, and they require no
ponging. Auk to see them whether you
wish to buy or not (2.50 a yard.
Handsome Black Silks That You
Should Know About.
It Is a gratifying thing to be known as
"the store that sells only, reliable silks."
Still more pleasant to have the reputation
nf being "the store that Is always fair.
Kvery yard of silk Just as represented when
you buy here.
RELIABLE BLACK TAFFETA8 The
name of Thompson, Belden. woven in the
selvage as a guarantee of Its goodness, 27
inch $1.00, 86 Inch 11.26 a yard.
' BLACK PEAU DE SOIE Special value
for Monday, regular 11.35 quality, good
weight, soft, finished alike on either sldu,
13 inch, for Monday, 89c yard.
Special Sale of Mussed and
Soiled Fancy Linens at Half
Monday we will place on Special Sale all
our mussed and soiled embroidered Linens,
Renaissance and Lace Centrr Pieces.
Scarfs. Lunch Cloths. Dollies, Tray Cloths,
''I1 "M .i K In mitnA .nH aminr nt 4 1 iff t
half price. COME EARLT. "
torchon Lace scarfs and center
PIECES AT HALF PRICE.
All our $100 Center Pieces, Monday prioe
All our 11.36 Center Pieces, Monday price
All our $1.1) Center Pieces, Monday price
All bur S2.00 Center Pieces, Monday price
HUNTER DECLINES TO WOlrt
CsBnBid in Call for Thres Yean, bat
Steadfattly Adheres lo Etiolation.
HEALTH OF PRISONER BREAKING DOWN
Ues Moines Man Writes te Authorities
Ascertain How Many Chil
dren He Has, ae He Has
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Nov. 11. Bpeclal-MaU
Hunter, sentenced to twenty-five years Im
prisonment for the murder of Homer Hol
- land, has steadfastly refused to do any
work at the penitentiary at Fort Madison,
and Is now reported to be very sick from
hla close confinement and rapidly failing.
Hunter for nearly three years tuts refused
to da - any work, with the exception of
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work In the tailor department making
button holes. A the laws are Interpreted
by the stale warden, Hunter's term will
not begin till he obeys t'.ie rules of the
penitentiary and stsrts to work. On bis
refusal to work he Is kept in solitary con
finement. He has now grown so thin and
pale that It has been found necessary to
remove him to the hospital. Hunter's case
haa attracted Very wide' attention In the
state, for the reason, that be is about the
first prisoner who has steadfastly refused
' to do any work. I'sually the prisoners
after solitary confinement for a short time
will be glad to seek employment in the
prison. Hunter's relatives have all pleaded
with him to work and maintain his health,
but without avail. There Is furthermore
a question as to whether or not the wsrden
at Fort Madison has correctly interpreted
tha law ia ruling that Hunter's term does
nut begin uutil he obeys the prison rules
and works. Hunter was convicted of the
murder of Homer Holland at Mt. Ayr.
Holland waa a Drake university athlete.
Hunter . claims that In a gambling game
Holland look $30 of his money. Me pro
ceeded to get a revolver and on meeting
Holland oa the street shot and killed him.
Is Dlvre4 Wife Benealaryf
A question as to whether or not a di
vorced wife Is sUll a beuetlclary of the
husband's Insurance in a fraternal orJer
is to be settled by ' the supreme court in
b! oil producible.
AT ALL GROCERS
All our $2 28 Center Pieces, Monday price
TORCHON LACK SCARFS AT HALF
All our 1150 Torchon Lace Scarfs, Mon
day price 11.25.
All our 12.75 Torchon Lace Scarfs, Mon
day price 11. tt.
AH our $1.00 Torchon Laiee Scarfs, Mon
day price $10.
All our $3.50 Torchon Lace Scarfs, Mon
day price $1.75.
RENAISSANCE LACE 8CARFB AT
All eur $3.00 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $1.00.
All ours $3.50 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $1.75.
AH our $3.75 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $1.88.
All oar (4.50 Renaissance Lacs Scarfs,
Monday price $2 $6.
All our $5.00 Renaissance Lace Hearts,
Monday price $2.60.
AH our $4.06 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $3.00.
All our $6.75 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $3 S3.
All our $8.00 Renaissance Lace Scarfs,
Monday price $4.00 each. '
REAL HAND EMBROIDERED SCARFS
AT HALF PRICE.
All our $1.60 Embroidered Scarfs, Mon
day price 76c each.
All our $1.75 Embroidered Scarfs, Mon
day price 83c each.
All our 32.50 Embroidered Scarfs, Mon
day price $1.25 each.
REAL HAND EMBROIDERED LUNCH
CLOTHS AT HALF PRICE.
All our $1.25 Embroidered Center Pieces,
Monday price 63c.
All our $1.75 Embroidered Lunch Cloths.
Monday price 88c
All our $4.60 Embroidered Lunch Cloths,
Monday price $2.25.
All our $4.76 Embroidered Lunch Cloths,
Monday price $2.33.
All our $3.00 Embroidered Lunch Cloths,
Monday price $3.00.
All our $1.25 Embroidered Lunch Cloths,
Monday price S3c.
PLAIN HEMSTITCHED LUNCH CLOTHS
AT HALF PRICE.
All our $1.00 plain Hemstitched Scarfs,
Monday price 50c each.
All our 75c plain Hemstitched Scarfs,
Monday price 88c each.
All our 75o plain Hemstitched Lunch
Cloths, Monday prioe 38c each.
All our 65c plain ' Hemstitched Lunch
Cloths, Monday price 33c each.
All our 85c plain Hemstitched Lunch
Cloths, Monday price 43c eaoh.
All our $1.50 plain Hemstitched Lunch
Cloths, Mouday price 75c each.
RENAISSANCE LACE CENTER PIECES.
Our $1.00 Lace Center Pieces, Monday
price S9o each.
11 lnJKII?gim. lSlILlo)lETr?I &C&
a case that has been appealed from Scott
county. Mathlas Hauer of Davenport died
May 21, 1904. In April before that he and
bis wife, Hannah, were divorced. The cer
tificate of membership In the .United Work
men states that the money can be paid
only to a relative or person dependent
on the Insured for support. On this in
terpretation the administrator claims tire
money belongs to the estate. The di
vorced wife claims that no other bene
ficiary was ever substituted for herself
and that she Is therefore entitled to the
$2,000. The district court decided In favor
of the administrator.
Smaamls Goes to tloox City.
I. V. Sammls, formerly internal revenue
collectoi with offices at Dubuque, has
gone to. Sioux City from his home at
Lemars and will form a law partnership
with Shu II A Farnsworth. The new firm
will be known as Shull, Farnsworth A
Sammls. Mr. Sammls waa admitted to the
bar In 1888 and has been very prominent
In northern Iowa politics.
Asks Saraber of His Children.
Frank R. Hunt of Richmond, Ind., has
written to the city clerk of this city to
ascertain how many children lie has. His
wife lives at Highland Park, a suburb of
this city, and he says he is informed that
twins were born and that one of them died.
He is anxious to know how many there
were and aeeins unable to get communica
tion witli his wife. Ho thought the vital
statkiUos of the city might help hjm.
Insnranee Men fight.
The fight on J. B. Horrlnian for secre
tary of the Iowa Mutual Tornado associa
tion is fco heated that, the auditorium has
been rented for the annual meeting of the
society, which will be held at 1:S0 p. m.,
Tuesday. Voting is by the actual mem
bers, not by proxy, and the attendance
therefore Is expected to be large.
UASh. BlHiLARf BEHISD Bins
Is Members of Alleged titan Are ow
SIOCXriTT, la.. Nov. ll.-(8pecial Tel
egram.) The police arrested Fred Barton
and John Burns today. They had $110 In
Hllver, the greater part of which was done
up in bank packages. The men are sus
pected of being a part of a gang which
has been robbing barks In South Dakota.
Jackson Wilson and Patsy Carroll, sup
posed to be members of the same gang,
are under arrest at Tyndall. 8. D., charged
with having stolen $1,500 from the bank at
Springfield. 8. D. George Parker and
"Torky" Coburn are under arrest at Ponoa
for having blown a safe at Wakefield, and
are also supposed to be a part of the gang.
Some of these crooks have national repu
tations. Stat Committee Is Re-rlevted.
IOWA CITY, la.. Nov. U.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) The Elate Association of the
Young Women's Christian Association con
cluded the business session of the annual
convention today. The following officers
were re-elected as members of the state
committee for a term of three years
C. A. Rawson. Mrs. H. C. Windsor,
Leona Call, Miss Helen Henshaw,
Martha Stahl. Miss Mary Tone,
Walter Schenck. Mrs. D. C Bice.
Jown Woman Slec of Lonafellow.
HI XKW F I ELD. Ii0 Nov. U.-Special.)-.
Mrs. aVirah lnskeep, a niece of the poet.
Hsnrv Wariaworlh 1-ongfellow, 'celebrated
Buy the Best Feather Pillows
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Any pillow bearing the Emmerich
isfactton win be r"i-- -;,t- ""
Prices-$2.50, $3.00, $3.75, $4 50, $5 60, M.50, $7.50
Monday's Attractions on Third
36 Inch Sllkaline in beautiful new designs,
regular 10c quality. Monday at 5c a yard,
COTTON BATTING A nice white quality
at 6c per 6 os. roll.
New line of Wash Waisttng. dark effects
In cheek and plaids, with or without em
broidered dots, at only 26o per yard.
Our assortment Is larger than ever before,
but if you Intend making a robe for Christ
mas we advise early purchasing, while
stock is complete.
We can give you any color, any duality,
any price from oSc a pair up to $0.60 each.
Apron Department on Second Floor.
Plain Straight Aprons with hemstitched
skirt In fine lawn, in all sixes, at 50c.
Bretelle Arrons In Checked Nainsook,
with hemstitched ruffles, at $1.00.
Plain Lawn Aprons with ribbon beading,
Straight Aprons with Bretelle style, in all
stses, at $1.00.
A line of Straight Aprons, plain and
trimmed, ranging in price from Sic to $2.00.
Bib Aprons, plain and trimmed, at 50c
to $1.00. ,
Fancy Round Aprons in fine lawn hem
stitched, tucked ruffles, at 50c. Other styles
et 65c. Luce and embroidery , trimmed
aprons, hemstitched ruffles, also fancy
Swiss, with lace and ribbons, at $1.00 to
$2 . .
While on this floor do not forget the good
values we are offering In Women's Domet
Howard and Sixteenth
her 3d birthday anniversary this week.
She is hale and hearty and keeps house for
her son on a farm near here, where she
nas lived for fifty-three years. Mrs. Ins
keep retains her menu) faculties and bids
fair to pass the century mark.
Orphanage for Sloax City.
SlOt'X CITY. Ia., Nov. ll.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Bishop Garrigan today named a
board of trustees to take charge of the
erection of an orphanage for the 8ioux
City diocese In Sioux City, Work Is to be
begun In the spring. The bishop has al
ready secured forty acres of ground be
tween the city and Riverside park.
Xormal Wins Contest.
CEDAR FALLS. Ia.. Nov. 11. (Special
Telegram.) The Judges returned unanimous
decision In favor of Iowa State Normal in
the debate with Ames lust night.
The most attractive art section In the city
is the art section on the second floor at
Bennett's. It is up-to-date and beyond all
competitors in the sense of value-giving and
variety of goods. See ad on pages six and
seven, fashion section.
COURT-MARTIAL FOR MIDDY
Minor Meriwether Who Eagasc In
Fl.t Fight Mast Asanec for
WASHINGTON. Nov. ll.-6ocwtary Bona
parte tuday ordered a court-martial
for the trial of Midshipman Minor Meri
wether, Jr., of the third class at the An
napolis Naval academy In connection with
the death of Midahlpmun Branch, which
followed a fistic encounter between the two
Secretary Bonaparte issued an extended
statement reviewing the reports he received
from Annapolis regarding the fight, and the
causes which led to it. The statement
concluded by saying thst it is clear that
these reports imply to Midshipman Minor
Meriwether, Jr., offenses of such gravity
that his trial lv court martial Is indisprn
slble. Section M of the I'nlted States re
vised statutes reads as follows:
Every person who unlawfully and wil
fully, but without malice, strikes, atubx.
wounds or shoots st or otherwise Injures
another, of which striking. stabbing,
wuunding. shooting or other Injury suih
other person dies, either on land or sea,
within or without the fnlted States, is
guilty of the crime of manslaughter.
in view ot the luregolng facts a court
referred to the Judife advocate general
1 lie department feels thst It has a duty
to discharge against Miclshinman Meri
wether In this deploruhle affair by re
rriliidlhM: the public tnai he has had no op
portunity to git his version of the affair,
and that In view of the serious situation he
will be placed in he will not have such op.
portunity until he makes his defense before
the court martini hereby ordered. The de
rnrtment asks tlmt, as an act of justice, a
suspension of Judgment respecting his of
fers until he has been heard In his own
All the papers bearing on the case have
been referred to the ludsa advocate aen.
eral of the navy for the preparation of ,
the charges upon which the young man will I
he tried, and it is exnected thev will h 1
ready next week.
Th members of the court will then be
selected from officers stationed in this city
Secretary Bonsparte said today that the
department will take no Independent ac-
martial is hereby ordered for the trial of ! ' r-'"1l' f that body, and In the event
Miorhlri'wn Slinor MeHwe?m'r. Jr!. 'u.lrd i nyJ?lMirfnMt l'.n,?J
class on such eharcea ti mav he nrrerrl , Lal" senator during the life of this lesls
agam.rhrm? and U ,'a4r. teP..Tr. ! ',V.r? U' "publican, will control on joint
The TRADE MAR. BRlIld
mad by the well know firm of. Chft.
Emmerich e Ca., Chicane They are
guaranteed to bo filled eaclnsivaly with
feathers which have been thoroughly
cured, cleanaed and purified and which
re positively free from all animal mat
ter, dirt, disease germs and unhealthy
or disagreeable odors.
The C. E. d Co. trade mark tag
attached to each pillow is your guaran
tee of pillow aatisfaction.
Tre.de-Me.rR failing to give entire
v the makers.
Always safe to buy here for you can de
pend upon the quality Linen when we say
Women's Initial Handkerchiefs, alt linen,
25c each, $1.40 per box.
15c each, 85c per bog.
86c each, $2.00 per box.
Women's all Linen Hemstitched Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, In box, $1.30 and $3.00
French Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 50c
to $3.00 each.
Plain Linen Handkerchiefs, 5c to 50c each.
A new assortment of Top Collars and
Cuffs, 60c a set.
Hand Embroidered Linen Sets, $1.25 to
$10.00 a set.
Stockings were never so neat and dainty
as they are thla season. We could go into
many details as regards colors of hosiery,
styles of embroidery. Improvements In qual
ity, etc., but these will be apparent at a
glance to all of our-friends. Our Hosiery
department is now located on the Main
Floor, and we will be pleased to show you
our collection of authoritative styles.
Black and , Colored Embroidered Lisle
Hose at 50c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
French Lisle Hose, hand embroidered, at
$1.00, $2.00. $2.50 and $2.75 per pair.
Thread Silk Hose embroidered in beauti
ful patterns at $2.50, $2.75. $3.00 and $3.50
tion with regard to the midshipmen who
participated in the fight between Midship-
men Branch and Meriwether as referee.
seconds, etc., unless such action Is recom
mended by the authorities at the navy
academy who have been Instructed to In
vestigate the matter, and reply as to such
disciplinary measures as they deem hecea
OHIO SITUATION CLEARING UP
Repnblleans Eleet All Candidates on
Htate Ticket Except
COLUMBUS. O., Nov. ll.-Today's de
velopments have cleared up the .post-election
situation In Ohio considerably. Prac
tically complete returns on the entire state
ticket show all the republican candidates
except for governor have been elected by
substantial pluralities. The figures given
out by Chairman Dick show a range from
27,OuO plurality on lieutenant governor to
39,000 on state treasurer. Lewis Houck,
democratic candidate for lieutenant gov
ernor, before leaving for his home at Mount
Vernon this evening, admitted his defeat.
Chairman Garber of the democratic state
committee wus expected to give out a state
ment tonight, but It was not forthcoming.
Both parties continue to claim a majority
In both branches of the legislature. The
majority in either branch will b verv
small, probably not more than two or thre
for the party It coutrols. '
Chairman Dick issued the following state-
The republican state committee has re
ceived reports from eighty-eight counties of
the state, which reports, carefully tubu
lated, show that candidates have been
elected by approximate pluralities, as fol
lows: Pattison (item.), for governor, by 41,5n0
Harris (rep.), for lieutenant governor, by
McKlnnon (rep ), for treasurer of stale,
Ellis (rep ), for attorney general, by tt.&O
Davis irep , for Judge of the supreme
Klrtley (rep.), for member of the Board
of Public Works, bv 40.000.
Reports from the senatorial districts show
eighteen republicans and seventeen demo
crats to have been elected. Two districts
are yet to be reported. One is DrohaMy
democratic and the other is still In doubt.
! ine i.i ranaidates ror the house of rep
resenttlves slxtv-two renublleans ml
forty-four democrats are reported to have a",un" r-merpnse isatlonal Dunk of Al
heen elected. Fifteen yet remain to be re- legheny, said today tha crtmiivil action
EM,.fJ,.'. ,h"" "til21 ,nmh7" ,h wlH be taken against certain people con
bouse, sixty-two republicans having been , . . . - . '
l.nted. the remibllc'ir- will .on,., in ". 1 "cted with the banks failure. within
'THERE'S A KCAS0M.
Bee, November 11, 1903.
Special Bargains in Onr Cloak
Since opening In our new store our Cloak
business has been phenomenal. Every lady
Is proud of our store It looks and is metropolitanup-to-date
in every particular on
Monday we offer:
Rain Coats at reduced prices.
Silk Dresses at reduced prices.
Silk Petticoats at $3.96.
Walking Skirts In gray mixtures, large
waist bands, at reduced prices.
We are also showing the latest novelties
In Fine Neck Furs.
Shirt Waists in all the dainty new styles.
Silk Kimonos, Wool Kimonos and Kimo
nos of outing flannel.
New Velvet Suits, New Cloth Suits, Even
Biilllantlne Petticoats. Sateen Petticoats,
Moreen Petticoats, McOee Yoke Adjustable
We carry the very latest novelties In
high class goods, and In addition to these
the staple trimmings which should not be
Let our salespeople show you; Real Irish
Crochet Bolero Jackets, Coat, Capes and
Trimmings. Ask to see 'the numerous col
We aim to meet your wants.
We have Just received some simple little
braids at 8c a yard In pale blue and the
new rose shade for making fancy Christmas
Ask to see them.
We have bias silk folds for collar making
at ic a yard. '
Examine our values in Knitted fcklrts.
Hoods, Leggings, Fascinators, radios',
Misses' and Children's Sweaters and
A splendid assortment of Silk Evening
Head and Shoulder Shawls.
First Floor opposite elevator.
See the Knitted Doll Ooods at this
Lion Brand Yarns.
We consider these the highest grade
yarns in the market and solicit a trial,
knowing they will give satisfaction where
once introduced. Articles mads from these
yarns are unequalled in appearance and
Lion Brand Saxony.
Lion Brand Shetland Floss.
Lion Brand Shetland Wool.
Lion Brand Spanish Tarn.
Lion Brand German Knitting Worsted.
Lion Brand Pansy Zephyr.
German town (4 fold or 8 fold).
Lion Brand Quaker Tarns.
Special Sale Remnants of White
Ooods at Half Price.
Remnants of Persian Lawns, Mull C hecks,
Long Cloth, Victoria Lawns, India Linens,
Nainsook, Dimities, English Nainsooks,
French Lawns, Striped Nainsooks, Checked
Nainsooks, Embroidered Swiss and Striped
HOSPITAL OUT OF DELLONE
Christian Institute Proposes to Ester
Into New Field of
Charles F. Robel, general manager of the
International Christian Institute, reports
that his organization, which has been in
existence for two years, has progressed
so far in Its benevolent objects that a
public statement can now bo made. A
committee of this body has had charge of
the Associated Charities, which has been
doing a great deal of good. The City Mis
sion is also a part of Its work, but under
another committee. Another committee
from the board of directors of the organi
sation has had charge of the Hotel Dcllone,
and It is now made public that (his hotel
Is to be converted into a hospital. It Is
to be a nonseclarian, maternity snd gen
eral hospital. It is believed that there Is
a great demand for such a hospital, and
Kthe building can be very easily converted
Into a most convenient, modern Institution.
The board hits fully determined to make
the change and a hospital committee has
been appointed to have general supervision
of this feature of the work of the Insti
tute. Large subscriptions have already been
made and less than $15.0iO ia now required
to fully complete the plans. It Is intended
th' th coimmlu" " PMf a'
amount nJ arrange at once for the change.
Patients will be admitted regardless of
creed or belief, thoss having contagious
diseases only being excluded. - The needy
porr will be admitted free to the financial
limit the public may provide. All reputable
physicians will be cordially welcomed to
treat patients In the hospital. A Christian
training school for nurses will be con
ducted. HINT AT CRIMINAL ACTION
Henrcsentatl v of Depositors of F.n
terprlae Bank gay He Will
PITTSBURG, Nov. ll.-Attorney John
Marron, representing the depositors of the
I - - -. . V '
He declined, however, to stats igalnat
whom the proceedings will be Uikeu.
He said most of the seeming mystery
surronndlng the failure of the oank had
been cleared up and It will be only a
short tima utilU lh public will be given
the whole truth. Mr. Murron said revela
tions of a sensational character will re
sult. One of the greatest attractions at the
present time In Omaha la the magnificent
stock of fur lined coats and other ready-to-wear
garments being shown by the Bennett
company. See advertisement on pages six
and seven, fashion section.
Fills Taraacy en Beach.
PIERRE. 8. D.. Nov. U.-(ge.iai Tele
gram.) Governor El rod today appointed
Henry J. Mohr county Judge of Hanson
county to till the vacancy caused by th
death of Judge Robert Doll.
QUIET IS ST. PETERSBURG ,
Saturday light Fami Without Aiy
Attempt to Vasiaort Jaws,
STRONG PATROLS GUARD THE STRUTS
Wltte Kullsts All sf the Church
Knt the Fratricidal Strife
that Is Devastating the
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 11-$:) a. m. -The
groundless nature of the alarmist re
ports thst a St. Bartholomew massacre
mould take place last night was demon-
strated when the hours passed without the
slightest development of mob spirit. The
only sign of anything out of the ordinary
was thst the Jewish stores were shuttered
up earlier than usual in several streets and
localities which rumor assigned ss the
scenes for looting and Jew baiting. Stu
dents In uniform avoided these quarters and
the frequent military patrols Indicated that
the authorities realised the necessity of
preventing any outbreak In the capital.
An unconfirmed report was In clrcula.
tlnn late last night In the newspaper offices
that Cossacks had fired on a crowd of
roughs In a suburb beyond the Moscow
gate, but this was later authoritatively
denied. Prince Lvoff. the Moscow temsts
volst and one of the leaders of the consti
tutional democrats, has Issued a reassuring
of organised Black Hundreds were almost j
In an efTort to pacify the country and end "implet exclusion of Asiatic laborers from
the fratricidal strife Count Wltte has en- country and further restrictive meas-
llsted the aid of the church and the l.olv I ur" directed against the admission
synod, which, under the direction of Prince impoverished Europeans The move
Alexis Obolensky. haa Issued an encyclical ""ed by the printer! to Introdu. .
which will be read in all the churches in , th eight-hour day In commercial and tnl
the empire In place of the usual Sunday Printing office, and the threatened strike
of the coal miners next April will also re-
Coalition la Poland.
The declaration of martial law through
Poland If evidence of the determination
of the gnvernnient to try to nip In th bud
the movement to regain the autonomy
which the kingdom of Poland possessed
under the constitution which was sup
pressed after the revolution of lfvii. The
eass with which the Finns, striking at tha
opportune moment, compelled the govern
ment to make a complete surrender, en
couraged the Poles to attempt a similar
stroke, and the government has received
advices that leaves no doubt that a con
spiracy was organized to attain this end.
The lesders of the movement propose to
adopt the tactics followed In Finland. The
government will resist to the utmost. Count
Wltte himself believes that If the govern
ment is forced at this Juncture to grant
autonomy to Poland It might mark the
beginning of the dismemberment of the
empire. The hope of the government is
that the Pole, nr. striking inn lute an
the railroads throughout Russia have re
sumed operations and the transportation of
troops is possible. Nevertheless the gov
e.nment will be In a quandary should the
I asslve resistance In Poland change to an
a -med uprising, as It Is a question whether
the government Is strong enough to attempt
sv opresslon by force. To carry on a civil
war In Poland now would expose the gov
ernment to attacks In the rear from the
revolutionary elements of the people.
The demand for the leveling of all ranks
and the aboliKlilng of privlledged caste,
which was the chief characteristics
of the early days of the French
revolution, has seised upon the Rus
sian people, and even the town coun
cil of St. Petersburg, In response to numer
ous petitions, has requested the govern
ment to abrogate the rule by which the
center of the Nevsky Prospect and' other
fashionable thoroughfares are kept free for
the private carriages of the aristocracy,
thus crowding the public carriages to the
(iorerninesl gelnes Coal.
WARSAW. Russian Poland, Nov. 11. The
governor general has ordered the military
to take possession of all ths stores of coal
with the object of depriving the population
of fuel and compelling the strikers to re
The delegation of lawyers of Warsaw
which went to St. Petersburg to" obtain an
Interview with Count Wltte report that the
premier Informed them that the govern
ment would not aboliHh martial law until
the disturbances cease in Russian Poland.
Throe policemen and four detectives were
shot and killed In various parts of this city
(tnleter la Rnssla.
WASHINGTON. Nov. ll.-Spencer Eddy,
American charge at St. Petersburg, haa
cabled the State department under yes
terday's date as follows:
"Disturbances at Cronstadt ceased."
ODESSA. Nov 11 All Is comparatively
quiet at Odessa although there were many
isolated cases of violence during the night.
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federation oflabor meets
Convention Which Marks Silver Anal-
verMLry ef Organisation, Bealus .
PITTSBl'RO. Nov. 11. President Samuel
Oompers of the American Federation of
Labor arrived here from Washington to
night to attend the silver anniversary and
convention of the organisation, which opens
Monday morning at the old city hall.
The convention, which Is predicted to ls
the grestest concourse of representatives of
union worklngmen ever held in the hlstorv
of the fnlted States, will open at 10 o'clock
I From advices received It Is assured that
fully "00 delegates, accompanied by friends
and members of their families, who will
swell thp numln-r of official guests to over
, ft) of oon
ventlon In the city. The local officials of
the federation locals say that over 76.0"
guests are expected to come to the city dur
ing the sessions of the convention and that
each day there will be at least J.ono present
at the sessions of the body.
Delegates representing the Central Labor
union of England will also attend the con
vention and other foreign countries will le
The usual Jurisdictional wrangles heard In
all former conventions are expected to
come up. Besides these Jurisdictions!
troubles there will be a number of matters
considered of Importance to organlred labor.
One will be the prevention and euro for
tuberculosis. Several medical experts have
been engnged to deliver addresses to the
delegates on this subject.
to come before the eonv
entlon Is that of
telre consideration by the convention.
INDICTMENTSJN GEARY CASE
Grand Jury Hetnrns Charges Con.
lalalna Twenty Counts Aaolnst
One Wtman and Three Men.
BOSTON, Maos., Nov. 11. The Suffolk
county grand Jury today reported indict
ments against four persons whose namct
have been connected with the death of
Susanna Geary, the Winthrop suit case vic
tim. Those indicted in the Geary case
were Mrs. Mary 8. Dean of Boston a
rrlncipal. and Dr. Percy D. McLeod of
n a a ..t OT.r ria a lfll
Boston and Louis W. Crawford and Wil
liam E. Howard, alias Hunt, at present
In custody of the police of New Tork City
Of those Indicted In that case, Mrs. Dean,
the alleged principal, is the only one now
B.ith Indictments are so-called
DianKei oocurneme. i nm in ine itear
case contains twenty counts, covering dif
ferent legal phases. The first count charges
Mrs. Dean with having performed the
criminal operation allege to have caused
the death of Susanna Geary.
Dr. McLeod being the only defendant at
hand, was arraigned today Immediately
after the grand Jury had reported and his
ball, which previously had been $20,000, was
Increased to $25,ono.
Although Nathan, the girl's suitor, wai
not Indicted, he waa not released. He ii
being held by the local police In default
of $5,000 ball on the charge made agalnsi
him on his arrival from Pittsburg.
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MOUNT VERNON, O.. Nov. U.-Coroner
Scarborough rendered his verdict in the
Pierson esse today. He finds that the
testimony established that Pierson had
been bound or tied at the wrists and at the
ankles and that ha was either tied fast to
the railroad track or railroad ties or other
wise bound and tied 16 such a manner
that he could not extricate himself front
his perilous position and while so tied waa
run over by an engine which struck him
while lying flat between the rails of the
main track on the railroad bridge, and in
that manner l: et his death.
The eoroner also ssys In his verdict thst
under the circumstances of the case It Is
impossible for him to determine who the
guilty parties are.
DUNLAP. Ia., Nov. ll.-(8pclaI.)-The
marriage Of M. J. Jenkins and Elisabeth
O'Connell occurred at the Catholic church
Of Ute, Wednesday, with Rev. Cooper of
ficiating. They will reside In Dunlap.
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