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VOL. XXXVI-NO. 17.
SPAIN AND VATICAN
Belief Expressed that ?op aid Gofers.-
meg. jut BMcbed&i uaatmaauic
6!SH0P OF IVY I? TO BE ADMONISHED
Head of Diocese of Jordovg Esetpoi Undtr
Law af Epain.
FRENCH COMMENT 0!( JESUIT GENERAL !
Father Smoker aji Office ii Chosei
Barardleu of Nationality.
ITALIAN STUDENTS CjMWG TO AMERICA
Am Itaaalt of latrrnatloaal Congress
a Commercial Fdocat'lou Maay
Vaa Men Will Visit
ROME, Oct. 13 (Bl il v'bleg!m lo
Th Bm.)-Thr i it win to bllcve tbat
tha Bpanlah government and th Holy Bee
hava reached a ftleadly undemtnndlng with
regard to the cant of the Spanlaii bishop
of Tuy. Tha R mn curia will undertake
ta admonish tha bhliop with suitable en
ergy, and will, moreover, Inane a circular
letter. In Wiili-h the Smninh -pIfcipmu will
. be advlaed to analaln from puhllahlng at
tacks on the civil power of thu atate. The
negf.tlatlona have not yet been concluded,
but. It la believed, they ar following the
course indicated. If the Vatican does not
accept this solution, the government itself
will punlnh thn bishop,- denouncing his pas
toral to the trlbumils as Injurious to the
In the case of the bishop of Tordova.
the government Is unable to intervene, as
the prelate has limited himself to tiie expo
sition Of doctrines covered by the liberty
of thought, and without attacking the gov
ernment. At the present moment the government
Is understood to be elaborating a new aa
soclatlons law, for submission to the Corte
when the session rtopens. The law will
be characterised by modern tendencies, and
hy a liberal and progressive spirit. All
the religious associations will be submitted
to the new enactment, with the exception
of three, which will be designated by com
mon accord betwen the government and
the Vatican. These thre orders will en
Jojr the privileges and Immunities laid down
In the concordat of 1X51. The modus Vi
vendi arranged by Suior Moret with the
Vatican will remain In force until the new
association law Is presented to the Cortes.
Hope for Fraace. . . . .
A missionary bishop, received In audience
by the sovereign Pontiff Flu X a few
days ago. expressed his sympathy toward
him on the grief and anxiety endured by
hla, knllnH, nn annrtlinl rt Ik. a,,1,u, a.
"the French government toward the church.
"Let us never cease to hope," ssid the
nonllff: "Ood.ls In France also!"
The Venice newspapers stsle that a cele
brated picture hy (Titian has been sold to
an American millionaire, whose name Is
tiot disclosed. The. picture, which la In a
.vry . poor , stale, . la- a portrait -of Cardinal
Mandruaso, and la mentioned In nil pub
lished Uvea of Tit Ion. The purchase price
la said to b (m.
Tha fart ' that the new general of the
Jesuits Is a Oerhian, created some feeling
In .France. Father ' Bnjoker, a French
Jesuit is,, however, quoted as saying:
"Our fathers have for their only' rule that
of fixing their choice on the father pro
fessed of the society whateoever his native
country may be who seems to them to
possess In the highest degree the qualities
required for the supreme and heavy charge
In qnestion, according to the constitutions
of 8t. .Ignatius prudence, wisdom, firmness
without harshness in on word, the quail,
tie of government and, what Is under
stood, profound virtue."
As a result of the practical discussions at
tha International congress on commercial
V education, held .here, the t'nlted States
may before long expect an Invasion of com
BjerclaJ atudents and teachers, bent on
making themselves proficient tn the English
language, social conditions and business
The method and objects of commercial
teaching, the teaching to be given to small
traders, artisans, etc., and the Importance
of perfect knowledge of various languages
and of commercial geography, and the con.
' elusion arrived at may Influence many
nations In favor of raising the standard of
. ... , ..... .
COniluervi. vuuckii.jti iuiu uiuuirv u.liverei-
WOLVES ACTIVE IN BELGIUM
evera Ffaata Drive Wild Aalmals to
Baldness la Forest of'
BHI'MKIA Oct. IS. 8peclal Cablegram
ta The Baa.) Owing to severe frosta rev
oral packa of wolvaa have again made their
appearance in tha Ardennes and are ter-
(rortalng tha village.
STwa AmsterdaJi) reeldenta. who were
'hooting In the foreot'at Virion, In-the
province of Luxemburg, are among thoae
) who have bean attacked. -j
They were pounced on by the wolves In
': a. moat ferocioua manner and were bitten
' aavagely. . .
On of the hunters a med Van Drescya
)had ona of hie hands bitten off and was
take away Id a dying condition. His com
panion managed to escape after sustaining j
many injuria aoout tne neaa ana ikkiv.
Puling th early part of the year the
provlfioea of t.nxertihnrg and Xaniur wr
overrt't by immense' parka of wolves, and
they committed great havoc among th
sheep and gnats. 'On that occasion the
praaanta organised, limits and a large num
ber of th heavta amr captured.
PETER TALKS OF HIS POWER
King of Servla a a Ho Rolaa O flare j
Oely at Peoale'a
uk-.i-GRADK. Oct. IS. (tSpecial Cable.
gram to Tb Bee.) Interviewed by r- Th mperor lawyer g.ve notice of sp
norter King Peter of Rervla declared, that. peal. ,
' I U,.!! tn ... W I
a ri nan - "-.
the Servlao people, his rul must he In
acoordanc with their, will, aa expressed
hy a freely alrctea caruanieui, . ,,,,1, Two Thousand Have F.aaagh
"Our geographical position and th his- j ,
torlo pt of our peoP'. wh v wrought j
out their o". independence single-handed . Afrle.
without th aid of Europe, Imposes upou
us an historic mission In the Balkans." , JOllANNKiilil lW, Oct. IS. (Special Ca
Md hi majesty.- I blegraiu t The Be.l Th steamer Craoley
The people understand thai . sacrifice ' sailed from Durban for China earlv In
ar neceeiiary In orJer to free ihe country October, taking I'M irpatrlutedj cooll. s.
fvoiM coiioml"al bondaao due to our ! ( of these 4i are being sent home on ae.
cullat geograrlib al position. My, gov ern- 1 count of physical infirmity or disease and
tiiut la ndeavorliig lu secure the opening j W7 undesirables will lie irpatrtated at tin
at trad route aad markets." t exituss ut th ir-UuV
CROKER HAS FINE HORSES i
Former Tammany Chieftain Devotee
Mach Tim to Rlnoded Rutin
t'l'HUX, Oct. 1S (Ppecb'1 Cablegram t
The Ree.i-R I the ambition of many
He..)it I the ambition or man: S"W CONCESSIT ARE AN ISSUE
n fvwi on n horse, hut tn h v I
re fortunate In thin worlil. and V'Jt x?N '
n extensive mrinr or horse.. .Aine from Shanghai ti Nankin Awaits
ffnr.l - .. . . i.UhI'T. -P
Satisfaction to have thrm trained Kl-rVs
own eye. even If th miration of personal
Supervision or direction Is never enter'-l
.Mian. Mr. Richard CrokT I" t) ""in w 10
rsn afford to satisfy these desires, huh, i
when all things are consl.lrml. It dr 1 not
seeni so remarkable thnt be should wls
to have his horses trained nf Ms charging j
rlace at Olencairn, quite adjacent to I.cop-
-,Tn.Kae co,uT V,e -veur-oid
With the exception of trie -)eur-"in :
Orby. which Is nt Mr., Pcrsse's place, nil 1
the horses th property of Mr. 'rokr
now located a,. Olencairn. An authority
to act for MrCroker has been registerod j
by Mr. F. Rock, and Ihe horses the pr..p- !
erty of the lust named gentleman will be j
disposed of at an early date. James AJloti. '
who has for a lengthened period filled with ;
ronsplcnous ability the position of tralii'M- PKKINO. Oct. 13. (Special Cablegram to
to Messrs. H. J.Hall and F. Rock, will The Hee.i-Xow that the new llrltish minis
take over the control of the Olencairn J tor to China. Hir J. N. Jordan, has arrived
horses. It must be admitted that Allen j t Peking and commenced his duties, an
made the most of the mod-rnto material j effort will be made to Induce the British
hitherto placed st his disposal, ns witness
his successes with Foxrock. Red Heart's
Pride, Rosannte. etc. It Is the Int.ntl. n
of Mr. Croker to lay down tan. and have
ploughed gallops, so that with the right
material Allen may be relied upon to KePiand Chinese corporation to construct the
the "Yale-blue" Jacket well In front. Allen j railway line from Shanghai to Nankin. A
commences with a doen horses, all of j ,.,,,,., ,nh has finished, but the
whic h have carried silk, and In addition to I riiln. s ? governrmnt Is thiowlng difficulties
which there are fifteen yearun. tnoei .,1
which are well grown nnd endowed with
capital hone. However. It may tie observed
that of the younger generation the rolls
bv Amerlcu.i and Hackler give exceptional
promise, whilst of the fillies the nick Is
cenalnty tne Drown oy pi. rnis...n..u,
B. filam of Rhododendron and Orbv. There
are. howver. great possibilities about many
of the' other.
KIER HARDIE CN RUSSIA
British Labor Leader Says Associates
Woald Wee Knd of I
. ' ' , .. i
GLASGOW Oct. J.-Speclal Cablegram
to The Bee. -J K.er Hardie rin a
recent via , to Glasgow '"w;
pon Russia. Among other t "In- he J
that the ciar wanted a dumb Duma In
thn h.ipe that It would be more amenable t
hla win than the last one. Referring to the
continuous assassinations and bomb throw- j
ing. Mr. Hardie argued that these out-
breaks were bound to eont.nue -intl the
time eame when a Parliament freely elected '
by and responsible to the people was er-
labtlshed. It was stated that the city of.
Warsaw was marked off for the next mns- j
sacre. and probably they would read a few I
days hence that a fresh nogrom or mat-1
sacre hud taken place, that hundreds of
men. women and children had ben shot or '
beaten or aent' to prison. Who lever other" t
people, therefor, might think, they of the
labor party were bound' tn extend the hand
of friendship and of comradeship and to
b1d'godsfwe(f to'r,f'ne11usKlan jvople" In
the atruggle they were making for political
freedom. He hoped ere long . that they
would welcome the people of ' Russia Into
the great brotherhood of nations which
were seeking to -make th earth a betr
and a nleasanter Place to live In. Only
when csurdom hud been overthrown, never-
more to raise ita death's head in the midst
of the people, would thera be a euaruntee
of peace. They knew thut Eureoe was
groanlng under the burden or armament
and one of the chief Justifications for th5
growtli of armies and navies was . tho
menace which the Russian military au'.oe-
racy constituted to the rest of Europe,
The Russian people, however, were esaen-
tlally a peace-loving people, and when 'hey
had their own Parliament governing trecamP-
Russian empire, they would seek for a Tnf daring party moved upward again
peaceful alllapoe with other countries, not j ver a steep Ice wall to a high plateau
to promote aggrandxement and war. but ' circle by the giant Nun Kun peaks. Here
to make war Impossible for all time coming. ,rl were overtaken hy mist and snow
J "flur ries," and were compelled to camp
RAKFRs' STRliNfi RTJYr.flTT
Sapply ; Bread lo M.-aax
atrategy Falls of
1 luineers, aim cuueu America, a'as pilcliea
okJ"t- j at 21.SU0 feet at the base of the hlgheat
: peak. To this point the Italian porters
PARIS. Oct. IS. (Special Cablegram to I carried louda of forty pounds, and, leaving
The -Bee.) The little town of -Meauz ha their chiefs, returned to bring up remain
been without Its usual bread supply, owing t Ing loads.
tb a strike of all the Journeymen bakers I The weather became ao bad that they
In tlje district. ' could not reascend that day, and Dr. and
The strikers picketed the railway station j Mrs. Bullock-Workman passed the night
and forcibly preveuted any of the Incom- alone In the fog and sever cold of 4 de
Ing paeaengera bringing bread Into the grees Fahrenheit.
town. In more than on case amusing dis- ' A guide and two porters got back to
coverles have been made by the strikers' j Camp American early on the morning of
pickets. , . ! July . Dr. and Mrs. Workman then Dra
in one Instance an old woman alighted
from a train carrying what appeared to
be twlna. The pickets' auspicious were
arpused, however, and they discovered that
th old woman was In reality a man, who
had succeeded in hiding thirty-eight small
loaves about hi body, while the tm-lns
were two of th well-known long rolls
termed "pain fendu." - '
in military aumormee are supplying!
soldiers' bread to the townspeople, but the
aupply f...? far short of the demand, and
many families are living on pancake.
KAISER LOSES ONE
meru of tUeraaaar I aable to F.jerl
Tenant from Land In
BERLIN. Oct. 1J (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) Tha district court at In-
j terburgh. East Prussia. 1 has riven Judg-
mem against, ine uerman emperor in a
A puhllcan named Kallwelt tenanted an
lint, on the Imperial estate under an agree-
ment, and the kaiser gave him notice to
quit before Ihe agreement expired.
Kallwelt refused to leave on he ground
that lb term of the agreement had not
been compiled with, whereupon the em-
; prror brought an action to compel him
' lo go.
' The court gave a verdict for tile publl-
an, and ordered the emperor to pay costs
I PHIIMFSE LEAVING THE RAMI")
j .f . .
BRITJSII AFTER CHINA
-r cf'.ipec.ed to Stir Matters at
jiiaeia 'hurt Time.
Ictioa of the Gofernmeat.
rnRrrN nrrlfr u1hi: WITH fallTliiN i
Dig,0Md t, pnga Jmpi,il GoTeri-
ment in the k atter.
HIGH CLIMBING in THE HIMALAYAS
,r mn Mrs. Ilalloci. Workman Have
Thrllllna Ksperlenre la Hill
Work on Borders of
Government to take seriously In hand the
question, of the menaced railway cordltlons
The situation Is particularly serious with
regard to the concession 'held bv the British
)R Utf, w of pontjurting the remainder
by delaying permission tn the corporation
to raise the balance of the loan nccesaaiy
lo complete the work.
Meantime, the chance cf the section
SlVl(.hl.- to v-lnt no . io rr.ne-ehnw hetmr I
nw carrlrti out by British capital, is being
Imperilled. The concession belong to jrl.e
British and Chinese corporation, hut 1'ije
Wal-wa-pu (tho Chinese Foreign office) is
permitting the formation of a locil bureau
of Chlnest residents, ostensibly to construct
or trv to ennstrpet. thn line, but In rentltc
fu ,l)HIrlu,t the Brltish and Chinese corpora.
f'11' Hrltlsli Foreign office Is apparently
rot disposed ns yet to act energetically.
After much trouble It has persuaded the
,Vernment to priced with the
for lhc agrPemPnt for
constructing the Canton-Knowloon railway.
liut, reffaMll , other dlfflPUltl, lt s
. . . .
''PP-fently not Inclined, to move,
" '"r' "'m ' ,
tvlP' "l',,H" nd
" ""J i,dneg "ln are not
to ' "" I" all probability the matter
'' ht',h''n ,"' ln lh' hou'e " " re'
Woman Hold., (limbing; Record.
By attaining an altitude of 23.150 feet ln
the Nun Kun rang of the Himalayas Mrs.
Bullock-Workman now holds the world'a
record for high mountaineering,
The great feat wag , accomplished after
long preparations and untold hardships.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Workman had hen can-vlnir
out valuable exalorlna work for some time
aniong the lower peaks, and in ureoara-!
Hon foe the Mi eiimK hov bm.iht ii,.!. T
main caravan, consisting of seventy coolies,
fifty goats and twenty-five sheep to a
base camp at l4,4t6 feet In the Shappat
i finally Dr. and Mrs. Workman, acconv
j panled by seven Italian guides and por-
! tcis and fifteen coolies, left the base camp
for the upper snows.. The sight was one
never to be forgotten, for the slopes were
covered with a beautiful flower never be-
, IO,e "cen in tne Himalayas,
A height of 17,300 feet was reached that
! ,a'. and on the following morning the
ascent was continued to 1S.S58 feet, where
camp was made 011 a sloping snow reach.
j From here the coolies, with the exception
of two' volunteers, returned to the lower
i ln ',x ,""UI ,en,g at f a."a fct.
Next day another S"0 feet was climbed.
I alld the nl"hest camp yet made by moun-
i pared to renew the ascent, but found that
I their greasy boots were frozen stiff.- It
j some time before they could be thawed
j At 2:'.tin feet a halt for food was made,
land Dr. Workman and one porter remained
j while Mrs. Bullock-Workman, a guide and
! one porter continued the difficult ascent of
the peak 3.150 feet high.
ai. Nla-hta am ft.
I Tne vU,w although marred "bVclon.r
( ver.Vand. 'JiTn. " oAnlU' of
range to Wanga Par bat and Ihe Karako
ram. j Altogether the climbers spent six nights
.,ntF.i- vit me h.iuw si immense altitudes.
I They suffered constantly from Insomnia
! aft. r reaching le.flofl fet.
1 An edict has Just been Issued ordering
the abolition of th,a use of opium, both
foreign and native, within ten years.
Till, la lli. ,.f .... . ..
. , ..... . ... en-iimitllilJl I IOII.
, of the returned commissioners, aft-r eon.
sulfation with Yuan Rhl Kai and Tang
The edict strongly condemns the opium
j vice, and orders the council of state to
devise regulations for the enforcement of
the prohibition of smoking and of the cul -
. tivatlon of tne poppy.
' PORTUGAL RECLAIMS LAND0.
Idle Arre Will Re Farmed
I ader Fasy Terms for
LISBON. Oct. lS.-(HpecUU Cablegram lu
iirh. I. iv .i . . i t. . . .
, 1 1, a ,. . v, ,uH.i HLartea an e-.
! t"1 system of land reclamation.
Home energetic persons in the district of
Berpa, in comblnaikm with the municipal i
authorities, have set to work upon IOO.i.io!
acres, dividing it up Into allotment, of nf. ',
Iren acres each and letting lt ut a nominal j
rent, free of local rates and Uses, for ten'
ear. i na seiners wno nave taken Mp the The Bee.)-Oreat excitement has been
land Include carpenters, masons, doctor, 'earned throughout Swllserland by the dla
cbemlsts, barbers, seamstresses and tailors. ' co ry of several alleged cases of leprosy
and ever, beggars figure in the list. ' n the Valals Canton.
In the north of Portugal a project on The nwspaiera blame the cantonal au
slmllar lines is bring set on foot to bring thoritt-s. and atate that the disease is
.win u.. vaiuauou something lik Mt,t
MANY ROBBERIES IN FRANCE
Visitor at Watering; Plnoea Made
Alrtlm of Alleged Prlncr
PAHIS. IX-topevial lY.blegraiii '
The Itee.l I'.ie jkw'ii at scxcral Frinch
watering pln.es been niars..J " r
m-irkihlc series of Jew.l robberies trom
tn, person, ine victims, being mostly
French. English and American uti. Tne
l'nr.H police Instituted special Investlga
lion :nd dls cover d ili.it practically all the
..i.iwPiua ....... -titfnn t cv ii man call-
im himself Prince "1 s hlltnuro of Montr
nvltrn i-i n,dus oprrmrll t put up
at the best lintels.
. . . ., uru.r ingratiating
hlmsrlf with the b-st dressed mule, to
offer chloroformed bouquts. T.ie vIctlM
on amelllng the dowers would become ill !
ul?'Z 'prcVexr oV rTrhVWrh : j
slstance, the ' prince" robbed her of her 1
J.-weis and decRniped.
Finally tde police captured the man In
flagrante delicto at the tfrHnd hotil. Paris.
His victim this time was an American
lady, who had accepted from :ilm a bou
quet of exotics, and subsequently retire.!
lo her room in a fainting condition. The
"prince," who assisted In r there, had just j
relieved her of a valuable diamond brace- ;
let when the police appeared mi the seen.' I
arid arrfsted him. They afterward discov,-
ercd that his rral name was David Ram- dent spoke along general lines and In be
skelefT, a Russian Jew, aged 2S. half of the republican party, lie declared
Drugs also played a prominent part In that a democratic majority In the house
a llftl'' luncheon which a business, man or- j
fcred to n. friend who had culled at his I
oftlcf. The Insurance official was about lo
go round to hi favorite 11 stauVant wit?" !
his friend stopped lilm, and both became cf J
tiie opinion that the meal would be moro J
comforHbly enjoyed upstairs than outeldc.
So a young man. who acted as a kind of ,
secrtUry. was given some money, and be
quickly returned with several appetlxlng
dishes, to which the two friends did ample
jusuce. men iwin sunn :11m a proimn... .
stupor, from which they vjkned some !
v.,,r. iu., Ti,.ir i',inh i.n.i heen !
nriiggeu. me saic was open ana gone !
the secretary with $1.-'n) and some title
deeds. He succeeded In crossing the frou-
. .. L . ....
ner wnnoui nei.iK raum, nno es.ei.i..y
the correctional tribunal of the Heine sen
tenced him hy 'default to live years' im
prlsoument and ten years' police super
vision. A .woman has Just been arrested carry
ing in her arms a 4-year-old child which
had been tralnrd to snatch watches and 1
scarf pins a Its mother carried It through
the crowd. The infant was seen lo secure
two watches and seven pins In less than
he.lf an hour.
ARGENTINA WATCHES AMERICA
Hopea to Gain Advantage In Rvrope
Oat of I'acklnsr llonae
LONDON, Oct. 13. (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.) Howard T. Okie, an American
expert, Is st idying the Argentina packers
and the effects of the Chicago dlscloaures
at Buenos Ayree as special commissioner
for the London Pally Mall. He says:
One hears nothing but "shop" In the
streets, hotels or clubs of Buenos Ayros.
T1, Chicago "beef expose" and Its prob-
"b,e '"n".-" upon Kuropean markets for
Argentina food products are - the- tipper-1
most tonics now. -1 ne aenerai view is none-
Here supervision by government officials
Is exercised over every detail of the busl-
ness of the "Saladern" pucker or exporter.
There Is reason to believe that In the case! .fleet would be to array one bran
of the lnrire fnetnrlea thla tunonHalnn haalthe COIIKTCSS HRalllHt the nresldeilll
I been effective, for the reason, of course,
that the jiroprletors, who pay the inspec
tors, have had tho wisdom to Insist upon
A manager of a large establishment here
said to me: "President Roosevelt's Insist-
ne noo .n,..mn,.n i
-e - -
iiik.. oureiy ine American fieopie must nave;
had enough of official supervision by this
. : . 'i l . .. i . . ... :
....... . - - ' " u.'TIVt.n.
The Chicago packers Sa.V that thev don't
object to supervision, but they object to
. i . ,.
... .,.,-, ...ij..- m.Ki-
vision, then, by the public; compel Them to
keep open a promenade commanding a view
of every room In the establishment and one
or more spots accessible to' anyone, vet
erinary surgeon or reporter, where . very
carcass may be viewed. That Is the only
supervision worthy ot the name. It Is
cheap and effective."
"But," I objected, "the business secrets
one may have acquired?"
"There should be no secrets as to the
character of any food," he replied; "the
public lias a right to know what It eats."
SEES LAVA REACH THE SEA
Captain of Missionary Yacht
Novel Kxperlenee While
on Long; Trip.
I SYDNEY, N. 8. W., Oct. 13. iSjwial
! Cablegram to The Bee. j Captain Wyrlll of
the lxinilon Missionary society's ateam
i yacht John Williams, which rrturned here
', yesterday after a long cruise In the aouth
seas, reports having witnessed an extra
ordinary phenomenon at Malautu, in the
island of Ha vail.
The volcano on the island Is emit tin
t streama of lava, which flow down a
v-Il.y eight nii.e. to the sea.
As the red hot lava reaches the water
tremendous txplnsions take place, the lava
being blown up to an Immense height.
Great cclumns of steam arise, and vol-
' VHn'c ,,11t showered for a great distance
around. The spectacle Is on. of marvel
"BLACK BOOK OF LIMERICK"
History of Mnnster from Normans tti
Cromwell I to Re
Dl'BI.IN, Oct. 13. (Special Cablegram to
he Bee-The "Black Book of Unier..'
ihlch throws so great a light on the his-
lory, social, religious and civil, of the people
r Minister d irlng the period bet
conl,n cf ,,, .Normans and the
reformation, is alMlllt In be milill.h.,. I.
I. i.el,.. rr.nur.ri with lot r..H.. . j
CVAITCDI A Sir
"l I CCnLAriLl
Yalaia Caalon Said to Have Disease
far Long Time Without
GENEVA. Oct. 13.-SpeclBl Cablegram to
known in Ihe Canton of Valais, and has
ll.. mn.maA kv In t .emu ,-rl.
,tes. by the Rev. James MacCaffrev. 8 T. I UralVlv owTaUoii' of Die" nMura0l.5w of ! named lo Ihe federation. This aflernown I ond! Reulbach t.. H.Hnf.ldl ... .Tinker
Father Maccaffrey la professor of ec I mutual Interest and I mutual re fivj tonight weV devoted to missionary S";';!f
lesiantlcal history In Maynooth college. nnrr" coercion We iott " l0P" "' ,1UI J-hiiatoi,. would not .Mow It.
' weaken Cuba's poaer to maintain her Donohue walked. Piling Hie banc. lwugl-
FAIRBANKS IN IOWA
Vioe President ForniilN Oprm Bepnblioan
Campaign in Waterloo
NATIONAL AND STATE ISSUES DISCUSSED
Dero.ocra.io Majority in the Lower House
Wonld e a Great Calamity.
IOWA CONGRATULATED ON GREAT MEN
Hawkeje s Are Fortunate in Harinr Able
Ken in Office.
ATTITUDE UNITED STATES TOWARD CUBA
If Island la Krr Annexed It Mill He
I ader t Irraiustanrea Ievold of
Physical Force or Moral
WATERLOO, la., Oct. 13. Vlca President I
Fairbanks Hpoko to a lanje nudunce lure
thl afternoon, formally opening the ic-
publican cuiiipaign In Iowa. The vice presl- ,
this, fall would mean disaster lo the coun- ;
try. He endorsed Governor Cummins and ,
recoinmemUd his. election, paying a high
compliment to the personality of the gov- j
ernor. He euid In part: j
The slate of Iowa N to cnnaraluliited for
many things which distinguish her as ill
p , 'lT. f. LJ
hich-inlnded e'tixensliln and fol the number
and worth of her statesmen. Her distill-
Kuishcd governor. Albert H. Ciininilns. In :t I
w,, i,,.,,., lnHt .,uMh. mi0 ls M pMi,,
trust which should be adniinlster. d with
lidelit.v. Her t-Pleiulid senators. Wtl.lmi H.
.., ,1,, ....... ,rmo.. ,.
tribunal, the United States senate, low
has the ruie distinction of having two
nieniliers of the president's cabinet. Scc-
I mki,. k. .j,h,wre.l
the Treasury deoartinent and Secretary
Janus Wilson has presided over the De
partment of Agriculture with unsurpassed
ability. Your members of congress are. men
of force, and command unusual reaped In
the natlonul house of representatives.
Judge Hirdsall, who honors this district,
... .1 ........ , . . . . v. n ., ...... 'I. ....... 1.
Sll,., HB thos. ,n th'e counL.s of a
state and nation are an honor to any com
monwealth. They are an useurancea
country that public affairs are to
ministered with intellipence, Mdell
patriotism. The campaiKn in which
engaged I." an Important one. It h.
than a purely local significance, f.
prate Hlid national Issues are Involv
state and national officers are to lie
The result will, therefore, have gr.
less influence upon public thought ai
me weuare, not only 01 lowa. uui
enure countr y.
F.ffect of Change
If a change is made 111 the con
the house of renresentatl ves. and
strength of the opposition la lnre
the senate as a result of the pendli
non. a step will he taken towarcs
In national policies. This Is the ine
logic of the contest in which the
are pow engaged. The republican
Ity in the senate i so large' that 1
at all probable that the -complexion
senate could Vie changed as a result
pending catiiDsiKn. but lt Is i
though not now probable, for a r.p
majority lu the bouse .to be convert
a majority for the on'oo'aitlon and
ir n iinuuerinio ior ins imiioi
I ministration to receive that support
i Is n'Cessarv to enable it to esrrv .
Important policies to which it stand
i milted. A hostile house of represen
MTrom the VsT txncthe" or.
j I;?,0er,,utua'ly . check "ny comUr
Tho party In power should be
unites it has been false to its high
I unless some oilier party can belt.
I increase the welfare of the ptnpl
lllllliniC-l ..1(7 BI1IIIID U 1 IMC K'lVrOI 1X191
j must, of course, stand or fall by the
1 H has written. That record Is a t
tno irreversible h. story or the r-i
v may conndeniiy Lnvlte the judgn
j the American people upon what thi.
; nas achlevi d since It returned to po
IM'.T l.'i,r nine nnrl mi a-1. u 1 f -ma
lUf.T . ..I,,,, .. n i . .. i , . . n
! been elimneil with file IremenH,,.,. i
, mil,- v.n. nnii j "rt
! slblllty of administering the great
1 of the rcnuhlic. Thtv have been ve
KTOVtXh all(, expansion In all of the avenue
of human effort, without a parallel In the
i history of mankind. We have operated
which have bfen
i IU .il
which were written into the public I
Jw n.i I
L"!!'! '..'..'"'"'"'"''lilBCILER ON BOAT EXPLODES
in., hi r iitiv, it.iuii, mm, an , it- , Hi.i'r ;
their (ftlclency had been demonstrated by
me one conclusive rest, and that :s. the
lest of practical experience. The mighty
affairs of this country are loo Important
to subject to the hazard of mere experi
When we went lo war with Spain w
took a departure from our traditional
policy. We set a precedent In interna
tional dtaling. We appealed to arms by
the command of the conscience of the
people of the I'nlted rotates. We were
not actuated by any Napoleonic lust of
territory. W were inspired by a broad,
genercus, American spirit of humanity.
There was no lurking purpose to draw the
wnril l.i I he iirofeKHM.1 i i, t i.ra. ,,r j-.n. ,11..-
tressed neighbors and stain It by wrrsting j
from them their laud and their homes.
We wrote our exalted purpose In the!
rrsuiuuon u.-viuruig ur, wr wrote it mere
hat tne worm . nils-lit read. We wrote
what we did because tt was exprrnaive of.
the dominant thought of the American
people. The people were resolved to free
Cuba; not to possess It. To liberate it
and not force It to abandon Us struggle
The honor of the American flag Is dearer
to us than the expansion of our domain by
force of onus. Our fleets and our armies
are Invlnciiiie. nut snane upon a govern.
! J,,",t whlon would measure lla honor by
j .t .renM
their armies and their fleets, but In their
sense of Justice towards the weak. To
IlllniSter UlltO the down-trodden has heen
the object of true American chivalry, lt
as a great thing to have power, but it is a
greater ihlrig to use It In a great way. It
wa a great ihing ror America to ass.ni-
ble her armies and fleets and to rlve fr
doni to CuImj. No government n the world
I ever did
greater thing greater in
ntn ra 1 innniny. r mi, 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 w. r. .
when but a few short years ago. after the !
flag of the Vnlted States had bc-n raised i
iu honor above Morro Castle, and after It !
had accomplished Its benevolent mission
It nas lowered by American hands i
and the Cuban flag whh railed In
its place. The world applauded and
every American wished Cuba God aped.
We prouoiy sioni ai loe nirtn or a new
I flag among the nations of the earth. The
j xrl. a proud moment in American history.
The American people have always felt
that If Cuba was ever to become a pall of
ihe ereat renuhlli: it must he under clr-
iiinislances. which ore entirely free from
rionl.l or ellSt.lciou. It must he under such
' condit ions aa to lea ve no Just grounds of
I sovereignty by any suggestion of a doubt
as to her capacity for Belf-g..vrninent.
I Cuba. In good lime, may Perotne a part of
Ihe I nneo oiaiep. m ruu .riiviuenr.
she does, it will he when the American
tropin are satisfied tint American honor
(tnis'ratlvely commands It.
President Roosevelt Is worthy of all
r raise for his assurance to Cuba thut the
'nited States will adhere to the generous
course, which originally inspired Its in
tervention. We have in all of this a
guaranty that Cuba shall have Its fall
DENVER. Oct. IS. Oscar Renter, fur
niany years prominent In politics and busi
ness' In thla city, died tol) in Parts,
France, aged IS years.
THE BEE BULLETIN.
Forecast for Xfhnoka - hnrr
Sunday anil Prnhahly Mondar. 'alr
KY F.(T1t Twelve Pages.
1 Trouble of Spain and Vatican.
Ilrittah Prodding Is the Chinese.
Fairbanks Opens town (ampatan.
While sn One (in me to the t.tiod.
2 rw i Ine to vlnrderer of Wnmnn.
Waaoon ov Imrrrnor o t oon.
a evrs from Ml Parts of .Nebraska.
H ena from All Parts of enrnsko.
Sheldon Shot, a t Fusion Pretense.
4 Women's t Inl. Meet In a at Krnrnev.
Appeal for the t. W. C. A.
Past Week In Omaha Society,
Wnmnn In t Inh nnd ( hnrlt),
T Spnrtlna Kvenla of the Oar.
relahton llerrata ( ornell Colleae.
t'ornhriskrrs trior Over Drake.
5 Foot Halt on F.astrrn t.rldlrons.
It AfTnlrs at Nnnth tlmahn.
10 Central Africa for the White Man.
11 Council III a Ms and Iowa ers.
lit How Coal Prices Are Boosted Is.
EDITORIAL SUCTION Ten Pages.
S Timely Topics on Krai Kstate.
Iteanlt of $avlaa; Ihe Pennies.
Turnlna of Dross Into Hold.
Major Mlaraa 'Phone Ordinance.
4 llapprnlnas In Omaha Suburbs,
Kcliora ot the Ante-Hoom.
llmnlin lllab School otrs.
R Want Ada.
; Want Ada.
7 Want Ads.
N What It lakes to Fred New York.
Condition of Omaha's Trade.
I Innnelnl anal Commercial,
lo Deniorrnts Are nt War Again.
H l F-IOM; SKI HON Ten Pases.
1 Brjnn In old Knallsh Homes.
V. l. C. A. Work In Kurope.
A In the Field of Fieri rlclty.
Little Storlra for Little People. -,'t
Gossip of Plna and Plejrrs.
Mosle and Musical Matters.
I t.rorae L. Sheldon's Home Life,
R Norti. Platte Kxperlmrntnl Station.
Shonls Talha of t anal Work.
Wnmani Her Wnya and Her AA'orld.
T Weekly Grist of Sportlns (iosslp.
M Some Queer Capers of Cnpld.
Joke Snpply for the Sluae.
I Tales of Noted People.
t tll. on SF.t TION Fonr Paarra.
1 Brer Itahhlt aa a Sport Promoter,
it) Yankee Desperndoes In Argentina.
ii Baaquet for the Rnblra,
1 111" " tt .. Iiitjrii, hi.l. 'jJil
7 i. m ,
i H a. in.
j 12 m....
Government Steamer Hlirknnler la
Wrecked Near Pittsburg; aad
Three Men Killed.
PITT8KLRO. Oct. 1S.-A boiler of the
government boat Slackwattr exploded to
day, completely wrecking the vessel, kill
ing three men, injuring aix otuers and
creating havoc In lock No. 4, where the
boat i lying when the accident hap
pux'd. A derr.ck boat lying alongside the
steamer and seme construction work he-
'"a" ,,,me ut uanl wer damaged. The
JOHN 11 R A DV.
ALBERT HIHHOP, superintendent of
government work nt tiie dam.
Clayton Morria. KHsabeth. Pa.
Charles Campli.ll. K.'onomy; Pa.
John Weaiherlaud, Economy, Pa.
Joseph Cooper, engineer, Elisabeth. Pa.
John Rogers, Pittsburg.
Two negroes, woikmcu about the boat,
are thought lo have b. en drowned.
The cause of the explosion Is not known
and the bliuie will probably lAt be fixed
until after the coroner's inquest. One
workman on the lioat who escaped, at-
I Irlkutid tho neeldent tn the I
j ,.alf,r .Ito (,e hot boiler
' alPr "lto nnl ""'"T-
i 1 1
! PUDICTIAU PP MWCILTinU UTCCTC
ii I ills i inn wuuikiiiivii iviuuiw
Ita ! ft..lna . . lliiull.ttliin 1 . d lllH. .,(-
Plan for hurrh Federation and
Hl'NTlNGTON. Ind., Oct. 13.-At today s
session of Ihe Amerloui Christlin conven
tion the chief Interest centered on the plan j
for a nitlonal federation of churches. The
convention voted unanimously to approve
part of the preamble with the express
understanding that nothing shall 1 con-
struct) to exclude from Christian fellowship
or service nny person or church, who.e
fhrlsllan .l.urH. tee te.llli... t. Inv.. fi.r n.l
Avr-r-i r-1 r-1 1 rt n sm i i r r r-r
dlttL. CLtVMlUn .ULLHrdCd
Thirty-Five Thoasand llushels
YAhrat gpllled on f.rouad at
ALTON, 111.. Oct. IS -A huge
steM elevator of Ihe Bparks Milling com
pany suddenly collapsed today snd SS.OiO
bushel of wheat was scattered ov r Ihe
ground. It Is utated the loss will be
utnit llil.tnio on ti.e elevator and $-Z.(j on
the wheal, uv.lesa It csn h: collected l-
" ' . . ,
fore Uamage by the wither. one was
la (be cievwiur i. to unut w iwi cuiiapa.
faith In .I..BMA lirlal Siv ill,.iiu Ik. will 1..
SOX WIN WITH STICK
Amerioani Eat Cnt Victory in Fifth Game
of World' e Series.
PITCHERS ALL LOCK ALIKE TO THEM
Benlbaoh and Ffeister Driven te Eenoa
Early in Contest.
WALSH'S SPIT BALL TOO MUCH FOR CUBS
Batters with High Attracts Fsil to Make
Hits When Needei.
CROWD IS LARGEST CF THE SEASON
Twenty-Five Thousand Persons' Ar '
Present and Ticket Selllna: Stopa
Fifty Mlnntes Before
Standluii of the I'rama,
Played. Won. Lost Pet
Americans A .1 .04
Nationals a J 3 .I1
CHK'AUO, Oct. 13. Out of a bedlam of
errors, long hits, vanquished pitchers and
the vociferations, of half frenslcd specta
tors, the Chicago Anerlcnn team emerged
Victorious over the Nationals today, R to a.
The Amerlcins won in spite of fl
ghastly errors, which were accountable fur
I nearly all the runs made by the Nationals.
Thn Natlorals lost because they could not
hit Walsh's "spit ball." The Americans
fielded like amateurs and the National
fielding perfectly, batted very much In th
negative. Time after time, when a hit
meant runs, the hatters with the Impres
sive averages, failed to live up to tVdr
The day was warm, the first real bas
ball weather of the series. Twenty-tlv
thousand persons wormed their way Into th
National league grounds gnd at 1:40 o'clock,
fifty-five minutes la-fore the time Set for
play lo begin, the selling of tickets ceased.
The noise makers were out III force and
Ihe sky was full of kites, recommending
that votes be cast In various directions at
the coming local election.
The Amerlcuns began btneness with vigor,
llslm. the first man up, drove a single over
second. Jones sacrificed and Hahn scored
on Ishell's double to right. Davis hit weakly
but was safe, while Isbell was tagged out
' between second and third. Roho promptly
followed with a double to left. Ruelbacli
s apparently nervous and allowed Dono-
e to walk, filling the bases. Dougherty,
ever, went out by the narrowest pon-
miirgin and two runs were kept from
Nationals In their half piled up tlr s
without much credit to themselves,
an singled etui went to second oon
rd'a sacrifice. Schtilte hit safely,
iff man was held at second. Chance
t. by Ihe ball and Ihe bases filled.
dt forced Chance at second and
ri scored, but Iwbrll, attempting to
double pUy, threw the ball Into
d and ftchulte also scored, Htein-
chlng second. Tinker knocked an
to Walsh, who threw, lu.-. .and
t scored. Tinker went out steal-
Ifclater Lasts line Inning.
lerlcans evened up matters ln th
'bell again hit for two bases, this
heft field, and Davl. followed with
scoring Isbell. At thi point Cap-
mce substituted Ptlester In the
box. He began by striking out
lionohue walked on a dead lajll.
ly forced Donohue, and Davis
Ihlrd and scored on a neat double
was a clever piece of work.
ended the Inning by striking out.
li anybody's game.
i fourth the Americana clinched
i with four runs and Incidentally
er to Join Reulbach on the bench.
1 lowed Walsh to walk and Hahn
Ta. Jones hit safely over third.
Isbell sent his third double to right center
and Hahn scored. Isbell and Jones scored
a moment later when Davis hit to left
for two bases. At this point Pflester went
out and Overall In. He Inaugurated hla
reign by parsing Rohe, following .which
Donohue doubled to left and Davis scored.
The American league partisans were fairly
wild with delight. The so-called "littles
wonders" had driven two pltchera to tha
bench and seemed about to treat the third
one likewise. The scoring, however, for
this Inning ended when Schult captured
Dougherty's fly off his shoestring and
caught Hohe at the plate when the lattar
tried to score. In their half the National
tallied one run on the mlsplays of their
opponents. Tinker was safe when ,Rohe
threw into the crowd and reached second
on the error. Ever walked and Kllng
struck out. Tinker stole third and scord
on a wild pitch.
Isbell Srorrs In Stath.
In the sixth Isbell scored on hi fourth
double-header and Rone's single. In their
half the Nationals made two run. Ailcr
EVers and Kllng had faded away. Overall
and Hoffman were paaaed. Bheckanl
reached first on Rohe's fumble. Schull
doubled to left center and Overall ' and
Hoffman srored. Had It not been for th
ground rule Bcliulte s htt might hav bean
a home run. With men on second arid
third Chance lilt an easy one to Isbell and
was out at fir't. Thereafter neither aid
was able to score, although the Nationals
ooke,l dangerous in the seventh. sHeta
feldt doubled lo left along the foul Una. It
wa apparent that Walsh was weakening,
and Captain June very promptly took him
out. White llriished th game. H had
good control, snd the Inning dosed with
gtitnfeldt on third base.
The Americans have nun- won lb re out
of five games. Tomorrow th game will be
played on the American league grounds,
and should they win this gam they will
gain the world's championship.
i story by Iaulnaj
niIn(C AmMi(..n.,,. Un)d a
.j,,6,. down past ermd. Jones ntcrlflctd,
Reulbach to Chance, label! dmibled In the
'right Held crowd, sending Hahll over the
Davis grounded lo Keiiibach and
I .,-tv out. Evers tn t nance
rirM inning. Nationals-Hoffman smashed
out a single over Islx ll a head, oheckard
..i aucriticrd. minting oown 10 uononu
bi hiille singled tovihlrd, Itnhe stopping tne
ball after a titgn jump, out couia not re-
cover In lime to throw the runner out.
! i-i, oner was bit by a pitched ball and took
I first, tilling th buses. Bteinfnldt forcrd
M'bsnre at second Davis to Isbell and
! . ikii thMMr Miia t,. e
; rionnian n ij.t-u.
o coinplele a aouine pisy ana ncnuu
M-or. d. Hielufeldl going to second. Tinker
biintid but was safe lit first on Walsh's
wild tlirow. Hteinfeldl scoring. Tinker wss
out. stealing. Walah t . Uonohu to Davis
i Vi.ii..nnls. a: Auiericaus.
H-h ond Inning. Aiiieilcttns--Hulllvi.il
i fanned WiiUh got a base on balla. Hahn
. J., , v ay rb.m-e. Jnn.s ut a.
ja grounder, fcveis lu .nance. rv
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