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THE OMAHA DEE
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Pages 1 to 10.
VOL. XXXVI-NO. IS.
OMAHA. SUNDAY MORNING, ( K TORKR 1. 1.-M.-SIX .SECTIONS-FO'fTY-Eir.HT PAGES.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
DISORDER IN WARSAW
Fifty Thttuind Troepa Eeoeiry U Keep
Semblance of Peace it Feknd.
HuSSIAN 60VERNMENT WATCHES JEWS
Cuperior Ednoatio. cf Thete Feople Make.
Them Dettbl? raneereua.
NOT TRUSTED FULLY BY THE POLES
Object of Two Bicei An Sot Entirely
BUREAUCRATS EUNGLING IN ACTION
Frirati of 1 rrdm Maal Tmrlhrr
Rpriiif1 r.tnnrit Dora Sot
Art with Bf1r Ja4iarat
"H-t. ;o.( Special nblegram .
to The P.ei The farrviu renort of Mura
-leff, th "Bnu-hcr of Warsaw." to the
ctar, "L.'ordre reeme a Varaovte." 1 no
loTtKer true. "I- diordre repne a Var
aorle," It would hsrdly be exuBBe-tatiott to
nay that anarchy prevnil. The pcipulation j
1 being; h-ld down by a
force of some- :
IhJnB liVe IVi.fKift tronp. which V'-ep up a
rel n of terror in the Poliah capital.
The trovemment fear the Jew more tlum
they do the T'ole. for the Jew are :f a
tiper1or IntHliprence. Kvery Jew cn r-.id
and write, and W per cent of them pe;ik
German in addition to Polish and Russian.
They caji. therefore, more eaily eonniur i-
cate with foreign courtrle. A they are
all engaged in commercial pursuit it is t
they who carry "t ,he smuggling of
arm ami pnipuparmii inrinuiir, , ...
mnA nmrnnnitlil lllemlnre. F;(r
years paet the necessities of their conibti .r. ; The electricity which will work the line i tlj, nolllp ru g., ernnieut contingent en
drove them to combine for mutu'il protec- j will be generated bv the River Arve. The : 0n!v to inttodu- e wlnit 1 called "adininis
tlm. They have Vieen forced by the i,p- J roaehe mill be specially constr-.icted to ' ,r2.,n''r, ,ere 1 hey alwv
rriaion to which they were subjected to ! withstand th grent change of cold and , Rtri, Jj ye S'ure"t"t nothing short of a
reduce the art of bribing f unctionnjie to a j heat. I complete measure ef home rule and bv
fine art. They knew the price of every i The engineer are very hope ful of the ti nt I mean a pa-liament 'eejy 1'f"tP'1-
man tn authority and how he was to be , success of the project, but they recognise
reached. The obtaJning of passport and j that the nearer the line aporoach'S the
government permit of all kinds was aith summit the more difficult will be the wot
a section of them a regular business. , of construction owing to the ciin"cu;iie of
j the glaciers and the de p snow and the
Knowlrdce Is Porrrfal. : danger of avalanche. In t he known trai ks
Their knowledge of the working- o, the , pf Ui, avn1an(.nPI1 t,lnn,1(, ., cn.
offlrtal machine and tt, influence th- y j strticted to avoid all da-ig-r. but fom
pfse In variou way made them mot fifIn (,r ,hr ,in, wi , )n ,h(. opMn ia,
dangerous conapirator. The onlv failing ,
. . . v. .. . ...... b fa mil ..nil re l ens . Nl i
heir Pol sh ,-worker. The' Jewish ,1m. j WISS OFFICIALS DISPLEASED j r ' est. were Invited to the ope
and those cf the Pole are no, the same. . - rg of the main drainage work at Pigeon
The Jews want to remove
, . K'lltl... I
undrtr which they livs. and th-ee oti-
granted they regard Polish and Russian
i......i ,...n;..iu.. i os Indifference
' " ' ' 1 ' " " ' ' M !
It will therefore alwav be possible for.
th government to detach a great pi-on.tr-
. , .. , r. r. b .. o-ivin- !
: . .. ..,.''.'. . . I
concessions to them which would tie or t o
value to their Polish allies.
Fort una t el v I
for the Polish-Jewish alliance, the govern.
jnent h. shown no intelligence in it do-'-
Zm with eiUier partv. and relies on a
. v .'.xi-i. -r mU.
" n (.ga-ne-atioii j
a! 1H?m i ' TJL -i. n v,.,. K..n ' ott I
as ' i
throughout Russia by nn order issued to
the effect that all JewirV candidates for
admission as students to Odessa university
shall le received, whatever their number.
M. Btolypio nas prepared a whole series
nr reforms, which will Ik- drafted, sanc
tioned and realized before the election,-,
and among those will be the abolition, once
for all, of the Pale of S ttlement, beyond
,h. Jews were with some lnsia-
. ,,.,.,, , !,i,
nlfloant exceptions forbidden to reside.
Hopr of thr Jews.
After the promulgation of the new
nsure which is not yet definitely drafted.
I he Jews will be free to move about with
out let or hindrance, and will be emanci
pated from several other disabilities now
weighing heavily upon them.
A firm hope, i entertained that thi
.boJltlon of a mediaeval state of things
will be welcomed by the csar's Hetire
ubjects, and will induce uany of thu"
among them now fighting in the ranks
ef the revolutionists to return to their
allegiunoe and devote themselves to the
arts of peace. It Is further believed that
when this project has become a law of
the empire foreign tnemliers of the Hebrew
.n,--.nlt who havr during the paM
1. ..r v.Mr !rn contributing gener-
susly and continuously to tl.o organizJ
tlolia which seemeij beat calculated to bene
fit their Russian co-religionlsts will en
deavor to persuade the Jcwa in this coun
try to abandon revolution for evolution ard
useful competition with their Christian fol
low subjects. Whether the;e hopes are
grounded or not. the projected measure
which ts engendering then will prove the
most momentous reform undertaken by the
trown since the promulgation rf the Octo -
ber charter. The rest rtciion now enforced
against foreign Jews dnrmi or traveling
ti RussU will be also removed, and the,r
i, si tors will be treated in trie same way
i-ill be treated in the same way
as the CTirlsiian subjects of foreign state.
Terrorise Ilr. Hr-srly
Details of a recent execution ahow thai
.he terrorist executed wa a Jew named
Tarle. He was ! years of age He kill1 j
polioenian who was rndeavcring to ar- '
Mac him. He fleet and tired m his pur- !
lutrs, killing a dvornlk and wounding two
nor policemen. He himself received
shot In the twdy and was arrested ami
put In priofMt
Th field courtmartial, com
Mgh orncers. u hose n me hav
divulged, mt at the prison, and after
hurt deliberation sentenced the prisoner to
Jeth. Tarle, whore condition was hope-
iras. owirr to lews of blood, ass put into
a, Utter, carried to the prison yard and tied
:o a P'sat Hi last aords aer. "Djlng.
I seed you. my asaassins. my contempt and
-urae. You piteiis. blind fools, you fancy
that you have shot down the whole of
out. Russia with your pogroms and field
.irt niBLrtial: but be sine that there : re
-jombs and revolvers enn igU to de'lver
ur unfortunate country from vour bltssri-
rained han't Now. fie
The soldier fireel thr-e voileva. and Tarle
A young man approached a ioje offirfr
n duty tn the street here the other day
and. after some ronversatlrn. offereit him
1 peer. The officer ale the pear, and iintne
Itately afterward fell to the ground In a
jtate of collapse He was takn to the
lospHal. wtirre lie a as found to have been
Illinois Issjfr Foand Dead.
CillCAGtl. 'set. The body of Claris
H. Uteavenson. ait attoruev, aaa fonntl
Irtnr shan Mr. .u-n" t i ir -1 1 1- r
oeen -i d s- ' I.'" of ex- ice I;trt-m-m
Aii'-I i-- 8tvn.ia.ia.
W . Kll.l SliM 11 en .
' Washington stre
W" i-a' Mr. Sieav.
1 rt.-.ft lui !"'
f gttnliti ' h"
I l,4 tl-e it"
RAILRCAD ELANC I
' Method for Mae to Fn
GENEVA. Oct. PVPpc
The Be-c i A serious s
railway almost to "
ea:n lo i
n. ; .v.
MoM Blanc rur ge
a Swiws syndicate
approval of Ire
thrill on -:irt!i.si
prepared ''V 1
cove rnTt.ent .
nktr.g passenger 'u i
Th- syndicate which ha obtained the
corK - ' - aoiim is at present rampl' t it " an j
aerial line to t'n summit of the Wetter- j
i,ffl it n propose, to t.mid a ii..ir
horn It now propeises to
line from the valley nf Chanvmix lo tne I
summit nl ; 1 1 r- Aiguille du Midi, a piak ,
'marly ., f ct high. In tlir wntw of
the Mont Blanc range.
Amr rding to the ei itract. an ordinary
funicular raila-ay will jeiin the elstinj
ytm at Chamor.ix. The double aerial,
cable will begin at the first Aipme station j
near th Glacier dc Rossons at a height
of over M0 fet
The coat estimated at aliout ll.nf'.f.
and H i believed that the project will take
. four year to carry nut. The first and
f.aitp(t r,alf ,;,, ,irilv H . tar. and
tourists may be able to ascend to the
GlH'-ler de IVtpaon at the end of ti'Ht 1
The line win kirt a wore of gUicUri.. ,
doin of crevaefci end unfathomable
and will aire ili.w" n ho J i not
, are for climbing the Alps on foot an i.ita
'I I lie OHT'KT Rnu 1 He l'nUn! IN IIIUUII- ,
t i nnp (in in fl riiiimnv will irii- i lie
passenger a aerie of thrills which no other '
linr In tl-e w.n.J can ofr.rd. It if raided, i
I further, that it will be b...!,.lv snfe. for .
cr,iici. at itcase. 'iru!t tin n m
! the engineer have ejaTiiiiieil and st udied . extr;. ordinary tKibtlcnl sif.iHtlnn. The non
! every yard of the route, and have taken . beix of the government. wih two or three
prepaiing the est.- .
mate. In several place it will prtss on r
blue ice crcvaass. giving the passenger the I
enBtinli of viHinc r.vee t.liiM W!ter
urBuiiii hi ijoii'k to niu waii
"mrrm IfTRirr 10 1 onrni .,11 nrporn I
of leprosy la Ike
GEXHVA. Cut. y..-tSpeclal Cablegram to
To'1 Her.) Thr authorities ate mak.ng d"-
trrmined efforts to hush up the cases ;t !
' , .t '
r1" ' I'm nn e iiwi: aicovereu in i ne j
rajiton or valals. f ir the distrfrt i situ-
! " " M-.rtignyjiiberate.ly cut tne ropes ano ,..e , .v..
, nd Rng anl i dotted with winter resort-, into the Llffey.
n he sta-on Is Jjst bt ginning and It i fearel While no one objected to his action, the
that if alarmist reports get Fbroad it will
entirely spoiled. I
All Infeimiatlein .Ilk r.., a A ... . Sa ta.nll 1
of the investigation being cal f"d out Ity j becau It bad no buslnesa-thrre. It was 1 proof of Scotland Inability 'to give othr
the federal government i refused. It is I an Insult to iii nationality, :und he udcied i than lip service to H supreme poet 1 rr
known. however, that a number of families ' thai when Alderman Coffey aw it he would j pected.
have been isolated and that several vil- , not go on board. "I understand." he said. I They stated that it would be preposterous
luge. jn the canton are affected. "that all passenger vessels must fly an j to preserve the Auld Frig if it stood In
The worst is Hie lonely hamlet of Gutti-t, ensign, but this ie not a passi nger vessel; j the way of the actual crossing of the River
where the disease a-as noticed last June. it is a corjKH atlon mud barge." j Ayr. or if it was a genuine obstacle to
It m then considered to be onlr a shin j The objecting alderman also refused to traffic. But nothing of that kind has ever
." ""' n-iure or eosipeias. nm
j Irr. Jadasyjlii.i. a professor of dermatology, j
was appointed to make ln estlpati'tis. acli j
lituu in lain e urn wriuu,i e&Aiijnieu kiiu l nr
members of five families mere found U. he
INHUMAN PARENTS PUNISHED
Ma a and Wife Who Brat Child lo
nrnlh Convicted. la
BERLIN. Oct. '.Hi. (Ppecial Cablegram lo
j Th Re.) The trial of Johann Kower arid
his wife, living in a IW-rlin suburb, lor
! causing the death of their 4-ye.r-olii son
by torture, has revealed terrible detail of
the child s sufferings.
1 He was frequently tied hand and foot for
: n,,ur rther to a bedpost
if tie ventured to cry. Another refintmcnt
of cruelty mas to give him salt fish to eat.
anu men to maae mm go wm.ie aays wun-
The mother acknowledged placing
child In ice-cold water on a winter day i
snd scrubbing him with a hard brush until
the skin cane off.
The day before the doath of the child.
-1. .,..t,i tj,..,. i.i. e,.i ... .
d u brother in, the ,.,rt of . vaiHi
. Th, brother kept watch while Bruno wa '
fmgged until he la-r-ame unconsc ious. He i
! nt,xl dy
j Kower was sentenced to two years' and
bis wife to ten months' Imprtoonment.
, bt wife to ten months' imprisonment.
! FRANCIS JOSEPH IS NOT WELL
: t eaah aad C atarrh Arr Nol Stopped
Visit to Moaatal
Y1KXNA. Oc t 3H (Special Cablegram to
The Rer. i-Insuietln, rumor, are circul.t-
E the t.liblle re sriect ins: the .iki.
- - - - -
I of hfllh of U.e Emperor Francis Joseph,
posed of eixl,nd urf. espe,-illy strengthened by
ate n ien th, fM(., , ha, ms niajestv, sliu-e his return
t several days ago from lachl. lias not lei l
, his apartments in the Sciionbrunn palace.
j,mi lruit his g. neral audiences as well as
, public engagement, ar-ong'-ii for the next
few day have all been postponed
J i is staled in authoritative quarters that
these reports are exaggerated, but tbst
nevertheless h.s aiaiy's bealtl
I no means be characterised as sat isfsetor
'. Neither the caUirrli nor the cough fnimlnci.nl.
' which he was suffering viel.le.l t ih.
mountain air of lei M. but st 11 cbstmstely
i remain, tn consequence of the extremely
, uufavr rable weatlier. the monarch is corn-
pelled 10 remain in l is room for fear I
r- uralg c symptoms should develop.
! GENERAL AFTER VETERINARIANS
Lord Hltrbeaer as Prrseat system
la British Arm) shoalel
LAHORK, CKt. -i8iw Cablegram to
The Bee 1 Lord Kitchene is revising the
army veterinary systeui. He expitssed
astonishment at fluding tao different sys-
tenia, with two iffreiil lrsiie of Vett tlt-
sry dJt lors, one lor peace arid ouc lor
ear. A frequeet r.-sclt vhi.-l. this has
bad oa Che rcrct.-r in jairt er has ureu
lias Is-. n limited t horses, have been
I I:..-. d .a tliaigc tX a couple c. ih.....d
IRISH "STAND PAT"
SothiBt Short of Abtoltite Home Bull Will
Satiify the Parliamentary Party.
iTRntiRir TnRrTf nr for government
Liberal! May Hart luppert cf Their Irish
Allies is Eonse.
UNION JACK IS ToRt FF9M STEAMER
Pitnof.c Dublin Aldermen Will Set Bide
nth Pritiih Fmbiem.
t IRISH LANGUAGE
.... atlip t r of
rather Din arm
It fir a la
i M'fU.V. 1.1; t li'i 'Special C'all arra.ni to (
I The Pee. i ITavlr. a lost the support cf Mr. i
Keir Hardie socialist following in the 1
Hnuff of Comniotis. the ccvcTtiment in .y
lo-'e thr Fjpport of the Irish party.
Mr. John Roimoml. ipierviewexi vnon the
.k,,'. '.i,,' ,t,v r. Riit to
i--r ihhiii' ' llPril" ' "I llliliri i Iti. i -
B"Vemmer!l or, in
neonle of Irrlind. him!
in the circumstiiiii es the Irish nartv derided
, .. .. . i
" wouin lie a wise poncy iu km iiiinin"' :
amnle time to muture their idan. '
At the oreer,t moment the Irish p-rtv !
t"l. pe-pie stand tace to faee with a iin.ct ;
... .,..rnrU,,. a
nf.xt yar dealing with sf )i -i" ernm' iit
f'r Irelm-d. This is on the highest sn-
,moni. OUI ine PUM'iRlin.H ) I ... :
. . ...1. lKut
O Mil .'U,J I i-Tl it'll -I i e " '
House ouav, imblin. recently, when an
alderman of the i-orporatlon cut doam n
steamer's flag on ahich the l'niun Jack
was quartered end let it fall into the water.
At the invitation of Alderman otton u
Mouse inn. 1 lie wins, w nil ii nm .- i
carried on for several year, have .His;
' been completed at a cost of Xi.ivm.mw. The !
guests assembled on the steamship Bham- j
i. .i .... . . . ri 1 ,r, ... ,n tr. t
the Pigeon House. One of the last to ,
I arrive ws Alderman Thomas Kelly, who. !
on observing the Vnion Juck flying at the- ;
, .......... . i.
siern. waiara iinoie.iii, n'mim n . i e,
taking a clasp knife from hi pocaei. ue- i
lncitieni creatail much excitement among
those on board. When spoken to afterward
. i. . .. i mlA V.u haA .--. . l Ama-n tlie fl l'
arinK to tne Kings na.nn.
At Eelfat last evening Father Din-
I , . . u.i. ,. 1 I
n 11 lin.- nsa.111 im-T-. i .i- -iu.i.v.i., .
Irish as a snoken language to die in the
districts where it is still the vernacular?
The author of the Irish dictionary !: ery i
apprehensive of the fate thut threatens
the living language 1n it last homes.
While splendid progress ia being made
schools and in the English-speaking
ts. the area in which Irish is the
age of the home and the market 1.
ng steadily narrower, while the lan-
growing steadily narrower
1 gauge itself is beirg degraded and lm-
I paireu. .a.ii. r i .,-., ...,.e u
he .- e,nriliions that have preserved
h. ...e.be- linrnarr so far tend to ore -
; . ...i, that is the condition
nothing short of a complete scheme of hnitie I obedience, to the general wishes or the pee
tule can ever le ae-ceipted as a settlement of I ri), not onfy of Ayrshire. b:it of the wheib
the Irish question. rf srnt)ari, is regarded a licing beyond
I filein .lark Tora Io a. j doubt. Mr. Oswald of Auchincrulve. the
A curious scene was witnessed at Custom energetic clmirnian of the committee that
of it ultimate survival. To deer e to be ! en ..ia, ...u ior nnrea ae
cnile.i a living language. Father IMnneen i Musaet. who regularly sent a deputy to the
any truly it must be 'lie natural and suf- ' Home office to draw his money. In a ud-fi.-ler,-
medium in which m-n of education j den reforming Tit. l-dru-Rollin dismissed
, nr. evrress themselves: It must ! a ine-
, J4,. . ... ,M.r,.urmt. firmly linked
' tu the literary, the commercial and tj
i social life of the people.
' ,,.,, 1T ntrC DIOTC
(COMMENT ON RACE RIOTS
k.ene.1. Xewsoaner Grows tirvrre
Heferrlag tm Dlsordrr at
Ceo ra la's Capital.
I GLASGOW. O -t 2. -(Special Cablegtwrti
I " Th' t'e' - 1 '" ti.ra.u. j-r-
Ihaps the niost influential paper m pk-oi-
land. aays of the ree-ent race ran in ins
southern pan of the t'nited Stales:
Ttie new lrom teorgi reads like a story
of Russian barbarities. l. ae sunsiiiuu
Atlanta tor Odessa and murd-red negroes
f.ir tortured Jews, ae can draw no dis
tinction between the tales of cruelty arid
horror except that the hame attaching to
the miseleed of an ignorant populace and
I an Inflamed soldiery deepens into infamy
' -,i .. .......nn,. s.,
n.eni. eau. m j hw nm,,.. iiw,.i.iit.
i One can forgive a Russian bureaucrat, re-i
'"-''ij '" ino.nati.ti that .er he
I'tiited Sta'e nn the tragedy of Kishine;
riBi.n i.s.king on His pi.-ture and
I on this and exclaiming. Physician li-ai :
thy.-e:f : r a njr. jen ons ot , re -crit
t, Is 'own house in order before Venturing to ' pelier, whose work since 1K has neces
d.e tate to an alien meaiage. l'liles we re sit ted ids constant exposure to the ae'tion
lo upt.se that the ancle nt feud betw-en , h X-ravs. relates his personal ex
n irt'i and south regarding the negro 1 i , j . . . .
ae.-ouutble for grow exaggeration It is perience to the Britisn M-dical Journal of
difficult to conceive of ai ihing more re- ' the Influence of these rays ujon the pfg-
buke'iil of American pnoe in """"
t .'I II T.rt 'UMI flllV. rillt..n. i.ii.ii., .
SleiT'ie teila OI ine wuu.i iiinii-i j up.en
I,..ae rhlef vice app-ar, to ). in;lt
'they have hlack skins and prognathous
j RRITflW PlnlD PHRF- RIPH
Hermit Klagdem is (said to Have Rare
ataral Advantages for
TOKIO. Oct. l 'Special Cablegram to
The Bee. A British resident at Seoul.
mileting an omciat position, oui a no oeeiie-s
that his name I not made public has just
given an Interesting and important inter
view to the J a panes" pre upon the
future of Cores.
He euys that the eout try is very rich
The experur.er.tai faring ah eady established
lie'iK.ns.ra". thi. and also that the souin-
era provin.ies are admirably suited for
roiton-groainf. The cotton extieriiiteiilal
farm, which now tncli.de c!..s.. upon Ssi.uw
, acre, have undoubtedly a great future.
Thr yields so fir sre shoaing thrice the
. native crop, while Ui cotton la X lunger
CUe esad fiuer (.a lit'.
VANITY FAIR HAS COMPLAINT
London .rlct) Joaraal Finds
Merh "Rniih Fla" la
Serial ( irrlra.
XNlMiX. ";. .-Pjivlal f ai'hptam to
Tt;e Hee s,iy Vanity Fair: "When
Father Vauhaa attack a certa.in fet for
their te-dency towmd Imrsi-play at coun
try liouiu'd' he by no mean eaSRe:ates.
"Th country hoiio eason i new In
full salnr. an.l the play which Is auinc
tlmes iridalxed In is in many cases nierel?
of a touah and boj lli dnrriptioti,"' aa.i l
the a l ite r, who lntaiice th eiw ft lh
(tuest at a certain tioue p'.a'inc leaii-froK
in te hall after dinner. The hote bore
a irreat nujnn and many i f the gruewa acre
well tn(in men and women in society.
"But lewn-fron i a game of great rt-
j flnement and eminent irond taste a heti
coinred with other no-called amuaetnen;
j which have com' under the writer own
.notice. The following are two inatance:
I "A (rirl well known In a certain huntinn
circle tojd me he was staying with some
people, and after dinner, in the billiard
room, a man came up to l.er and said.
Do let me weigh you, Mia X. 1 will cany
you acros the room.' There acre weigh-
hip MCale in the room but she laughingly
and quite pood-nHUiredly refnaed.
"He then actually said: 'Well, look here, i
if you don t l t me ca'ry you I shall empty I
my whisky and soda down the lck of your j
prrtty white frock.' Phe, never for a mo- j
mer.t supposing he was in earnest, said: !
'Ail right, you ran. but 1 shan't l"" j
weighed." And a moment late- be actually
turned at least half his whlk and soda
down the buck of her neck, amid roar of j
tiiurbter from ere .-one
"lus"r 1 " v. r one.
"Now. 1 don t bdieve even the Oeorgu.n
p,-ril ran beat this for sheer downright
AULD BRIG IS TO BE SAVED
rarl, Hnlf nnt rrear) to Repairs
Has Been Raised by fet
rrlitloa. GI.APGOW. cict. ;n fSpecial Cablegram
to The Ree.i After ree-ent big meeting in
Avr. the nteTvat-on of the Auld P.rig. in
has already done so inu h tet bring the
nucstion of the future c' the Auld Frig
before the publii-. was rble to annottnee I
that ll'l.'a'O. or nearly half the sum re- i .
quired, had already lieen Bub'-rlbc-d. Fur- i
ther stes of the most pract cal kind will'
he taker, soon to complete the work. The j
pe-onle of Ayrshire and of Scotland, the i
troop of pilgrim" to the Und of Eurn. the '
devotees aho take purt in Burns night I
and celebrations appropriate to January Ja, i
. fill ISma nn ham le..n nmete.
Ixird Rose be ry even Went so far a to
declare that if it 1 impossible to preserve
the Auld Kric. th Rum dinners hould
. w . . ..m .s.
. r.. ... i . .r. mu. mi. . iV mm . .. j
oxner enr'noei-s tnr recent aemonsiray
tlon declared that if they found it neces
sary to apptl to Kngland and America, or
our cobmlc for fund to complete fhe wcirk
of preservation, the request , would not b
i made In vain, 'rhe request would be an
! namit lit' n A -.Ten rl.rlit Tl.lt alien a.
, "-ii .UKKvrtvu.
i SINECURES OF FRANCE FAMOUS
1 If tlemrneran arrrrds la Abolishing
Snaps- He Will Halt
PAP.iP. Oct. 2. imperial Cablegram to
! Tlie Ree.)-lf M. Clemtnceau succeeds In
abolishing sinecure he will have achieved
j . miracle. Xo , er man in authonty will
ever hate done as much.
Some sinecures are famous In French his-
tory. A favorite post for men of 1. tier
, government detriment
ciergsnip in . goxernnietit l Pertinent.
i ve.u are not exneeted lo turn im ofiener
: i ou are noi nr'um 10 turn up onener
i I""" 1'-V" ''" a year
on pay days.
poet from the ministry, where he had
never eince been seen. Emet Reyer a as
for n.any years librarian of the opera
One day he thought he would like to have
a l'iok at the library, but was stopped by
the jKjrter. who said that it was closed.
"Xo matter." said Reyer, "I am the libra
rian." "Oh, you are. Indeed," aid the
porter. "Sow. none of your nonsense, or
I'll cU the policeman round the cornel."
And Reyer never saw the library. Albert
Cr.ve. an old boulevardier under the second
empire, was clerk tn the Fine Arts dcpait
I nient, ahere he turned up regularly on the
j last day of evry month to draw his salary.
' On day. on the linh t the month, the
j minister ealled at the office and found Cave
there. "What, ou heieT 1 must get the
I cross for i lie Legion of Honor for you."
And sure enough Cave got it shortly afler.
wa i d.
X-RAY INCREASES PIGMENT
V4 . H.-dle. Tbra. Make. Re
port to the British
LOXDOX. Oct. aO (Special Cablegram to
; he pn.f.
M. A. Imbert of Mont-
! mHiUtiun of the hair of the besrd and
His hair began to lose Its pigmentation
a lor.g as tnirty yr ago. ana re can
remember that at least twelve years ago.saliea Tor ivey oargo wnn a large num-
etery trace of pigmentation n-id dlaap- tr ot men aoroaa. tne steamer was
peared from his beard. But recently the I caught in the storm and wa driven ashore,
pigment has gradually returned, and he isiwlth the aaful loss of life reported in
now enabled to say without fear of con-I the foregoing.
tradiction that, at ouite modest est imste.
he has become rejuvenated to the extent
of some fifteen or eighteen years
France Believes It Has Irw Device
for Warfare Which Will
! jjriS. k t i'. (Special Cablegram
The Kc e. t B jeeessf ul experiments aitii
1 ttomir.g .nine have been mide at the
j Tlie mine can be made 10 tiavel on the
1 surfae-r in any direct lot. in.' to sink and
rise again HI. By a me haniial r-
rang.-ment thr 1 harre car ts neu'i-alii-.U
i aud the mine lliedt uiielcfcika,
FORTY -NINE SAVED
Victiaaef T'-erida Eurricaie Picked Up at I
tea by Ans'rian Cteamer.
LARGE NUMBER ARE STILL MISSING !
Ttey Are Laboreri Who Were Workice on
THREE OTHER SHIPS AID IN RESCUE
Honreboat On Which Mei Lived Cillapaet
and CeTeral Were Killed.
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO CUBAN CROPS
eea Mm Drowned ai Ratahaao aad
Tai' American Meanier lrlea
Aititirr Ma j or AW
KEY WEST. Kla.. Oct. .-The ,utrian j
te-,mer Jennie, bound frr.m Oulfport for
Gr-on Vn -l'e nt tMt rnrt tf lnnd fortV- i
nlnf, W(r(;p,er; picked up nt e near the j
Pr,i t leii milm from Kev West.
Th were pi.it of a force of ISO work-
ingmen belonging to barge Xo. 4. engage 1
on rHst (.xtersirn work. Most of the
others were eithel killed or dr iwncd in
the storm early Thursday. Xine other
bnrpes crowded with wr rklnginen engfged
jn extension work were at ax a with barge
Xo. I There is no new of them and It is
feared all acre Jost.
W. r. Ihjsenberry, on- of the engineers,
saved by the steamer Jennie, say the
storm struck barge Xo. 4 at i o'cl'X k
Thursday morning. One hour later the
houseboat arnt to piece in the raging sea
and thirty to forty men were killed in Lie
crash. Pnisenberry ay nine other boats
working on the extension at lmtii Key
went to sea with lrge Xo. 4. He ha no
intelligence if their fate and fear for their
Ufl cers of 1 lie rescuing strainer Jennie
say that they heard cries for lieln Thurs
day night and, following the direction of
the sound, came upon a lot of men float
ing in the sea, clinging to logs, lumlwr and
small rafts. Roats were lowered and thv.
forty-nine men brought here a''re rescued.
Three other steamer, using searchlights,
came on the scene and assisted in saving
life. How many they r.scued was no.
icertaliied by those alioiird the stesmur
Caba 41, rsliaaatrd
HAVANA. Oct. JO. Reports received by
Governor Magoon thiB evening from the
jTuvinciaj govcrnois snow inai ine iiurn-
cane was less difcustrous than at first lie- (
lievea. ine stoini was counnea mainly i
to the provinces of Havana and Hnar del
Rio. Batabano. thlrty-ta-o miles southeast
of Havana. wa the only town except the
capita which suffered greaUy. The mayor
, i.,.-. .s. i
ma. i"uvt t". ir 1 it i"'
were Kinea ana mat many are missing
The American steamers Campbell, plying
between the Isle of Pines and the coast,
and the Sarabusara went ashore, and many
small craft were wrecked. Numerous
houses weie blown down and hundreds
of laerai-tvs. are humelas and destitute!. The
loss there is estimated at JVMKi.OOO. Governor
Magoon has directed Governor Nuneg of
Havana province to assist 1, . J
The mayor of 8an Luis, pro . mm mm,
del Rio, and the center of JO, J
bacro district, reports great
seed tobacco, but no loss of J Til
Governor Silvera of Carnage
no hurricane wai experienced
At Matanaas, ahere the 1
I'nited States infantry Is en
at Cardenas, where the Fiftlk
T Vaca 1.
oaerlered tents were blown rii. ut
siderabie damage was done to rftlngs at a
. , ,
l"no, uunfiri, was ii' jrro.
All thr southern portion of Hju-ninAiits
ince is flooded and gTeat damai Japanese
to crops and buildings. The i.Ti yard
eral Elliot f. commandant of mat
received a cablegram from the er(, as we,
cf m-rim at Havana atatini
. . . ...
'"-rine camp sunerea only sug
that there were no casualties
men and that all were well
All the army transports sen
with troops and supplies have
from excepting the Robert W'rig!
Iiupar, which sailed fiom Xew
on October IS with S00 horses f, n.w
teeiitli cavalry. These lranspe.Brry Bros,
under orders to go to Isabels i
on the north coast of Cuba, east i' of Seven
Details of lac Llsasl
MIAMI. Fla.. Oct. lt.-Tne iJh' Y"1"
Lucie, Captain Bravo commanhroin j.-yj
runk off the Florida coast. One
curslon steamers arrived in porfesiditg a
bringing sixty injured, who l
to the hospital, and it is said t 'p
dead bodies will be brought up iy. Tay
It is believed now that a part oft m pi n Ti
lda Fish and Produce company's. nR r'"
destroyed Manager Adams eenj rnr(o)
of it boat this morning to loot'uljr
men and boats snd on its retumia taken
rep'jrted no sign of the fleet. T
,t. wfr. found 8trfw- upon tfc p. E c,
C.lal- Vtr-mv n m. m (hot V, ' 11 "
on the lee side of Elliott's key. t4
miles aouth of Miami, yesterday morning
and that soon after tidal wave enguif.d
the island. Ha says there were 150 resl-
dent on the Island, all of whom acre loM.
The St. Lurle was crushed by the same
wave snd of the Kd passenger on board, I
twenty-five were killed. Captain Bravo was
A barge containing 100 people is said to
bsve been torn awav from Its moorings
at Elliott key and afterward picked up : niKht ,a u' northwestern portion of Xe
near the Bahama Wands, fifty of Its pa- j br"-ka Is proving unusully severe for this
sengers having been drowned. i season of the y.ar. Commencing with rajn.
The steamer St. Lurie belongs to the I the snow clur.g to the telegraph and tele-
fleet of the Florida East Coast railway
and is employed In carrying workmen to
jsnd from the extension works on the keys,
L'espne tne sionn warning ine cap cam
. ,., .
j to the Metropolis from Miami. Fla-. say:
The Miami steamer St. Lucie was crushed
by tht high waves lo Thursday's hurricane
land out of l'aj persons on board, thlrty-rive
! were lost. The Btejuner Peerless also lost
! -buut lh U,.M' n"raU;r' U'' !"ln' biOWn
On tne vessel. nir wunui uinuia mtmm
(apslged and ts thought lo be a total loss
The launch Manny was badly damaged.
Work barges No 's ( snd 7 and dredge
No. 4. of the Eeet Coam road, broke aaay ;
' r.l drlftil to sea. but are now safe on the
01 her side of Biscay r.e bay.
The peninsula Occidental shed wa
irii rtned. No uereiors at Miami aeie
i hurl. The riouacboai Th. ta. north of Jupi.
1 (wklo lmi VU tWwui .' J
nil. tn4 fnlilrr la Ka1 Tarilaai
fair h t r.M.
1 Warsaw an .ffltrtel 4 1 .
Irish Maid I'lrai for Home Rale,
tailors 4 re aairrl from Harar.
Itrltalaa Think Tbrlr .ol.l afr.
2 Toprllna Wells Kill Workmen.
I tr latilnns la tgly 4loorl.
Ha mors of a Ilia Parkins Combine,
.t mi from 411 Parts of rhraska
Proaress of Mate nnipalan.
4 1. H. Hortoa rrnlii.
A Rrltlah 4 re Walchlna Hearst.
A P.tst Wrrk In Omaha fcociet;.
T leirt Takes 4 karate nt I hlldrea.
5 fkpurtlaa Krnls of thr Da.
4'ornhaskrrs Defeatril h, Amr.
I rrlathton Victor (tier Brllrvae.
Council Hlaffs and Iowa
141 Itepabllran Mall, In Ihr Klrst.
rw Voharhan Car line Opened.
KDITORMI. KCTIO Tea Paaes.
1 Benson o .alltv of Mnrdrr.
Troons In Hoand l I tr Indians.
H Tinirl; Ileal Kstate Topics.
TronMes of a Stricken tit,.
Panama Canal Contract a His Oar.
4 Want Ads.
.". War.t i!s.
II Want 4efs.
7 Maul Ida
4 iirnllttnii of Omaha's Trade.
f Rales for Parr Food.
Kchors of thr 4nle-ftom.
llflnprttlnsa In Oinalia saitarbi.
t Kir.anclsl and C tiniturrelal ea,.
HORCK SHOW F.CTIO K.iahC Page.
1 (.ond Horses .C.ood Clothes.
2 I laml'rsilon of Mtll-b Horses.
.1 C orrect Mndrrn Mahlr Onttlta.
4 Pnlarrs W here liorsrs 1.1, r."
.lei .le-ni-lr, and Ml.cr C hatrlaiara
R Pall Fashions for Men Folks.
Freak Foot ear aad sober Shoes.
41 Hon to Dress Rcromlaatli .
7 Bright C olors for Dress, Men.
Ribbons f Many Hoes 4rr I srd.
ColfTnrr for Fall aad Ulster.
4ume l.llllr Relonalngs ot llrrss.
FSHIO Si:c TIO F.labl Paara.
1 Fall Fashloas for Milady.
I.loifn. Waists and Tlss.
it Onr Way to Br K,rr Aoang.
Omaha aad thr Hrgalar Army.
,t Motor Clothes for thr Men.
Variety In Infaals' Wardrobe
4 W . H. Met ord's Show Horses.
Modes for Cloth Costumes,
ft Omaha Horses for thr show.
Millinery for Fall aad W later.
A Omaha In a Stranger's F.,rs.
Furs Arr Van marker fa Prlre.
T far Horses I srd for FooaL
What Americans Da for ( alia.
H4I.F-TOF. MCCTIOWI laht Pnges.
1 Bryaa la Dream, Spala.
Tragedy of Rejected Immigrant.
2 Utile atorlrs of Cirrat Me a.
S Oosalp of Plas and Players.
Masle and Maslral Matters.
4 Home Life of orrls Browa.
Stories for thr Little Folks.
Conn! Crrlghtoa's Dlamoad Jabl-
5 Flo-er Paradr at Beaver City.
Chlarse Coolies for Panama.
6 Woman Hrr Mo aad Hrr World
T Wrrkly Urlal of Sporlln Cosslp.
' -iiK-tly tated today that the ru-
Guarantfed washable. Soft and velvety, Ure the work of those who were
greens, iinks and blues combined with white to profit by yesterday s sur
Ux36 Inch Bath Rug (P1..VI 3x3 ft. Bi'1 lht tn-r" iR muth tringemv
2x4 ft. Bath Kug f.HU 2-6 5 ft.fin- logetlier v.lth Frame s un-
8x6 ft. Bath Rug. !i,B' ""'if to Political consideru-
rolls and part rolls the finest Axminsters,
.. .. . V . . . .... j I . ... ... .
unit otrru uui auu mururu tu u. noiue oi
great saving on each and every yard.
of .Matting Fine Mixed Japanese,
Cotton Warp yard
ItK- Matting Samples, one yard
Ask For a
on "The Ellilw
m .neral Electric and Colorado I'uel
Insist that it read from Omalnion pacific m.
mmm cavy movement of currency to
VIS, the "lor for crop moving purpose
THREE DAILY TRI'm 'T r"n,"-1 Mu"h r,f '";
d todays selling represented
r , of traders' accounts. Till
rii ts-en a dominant fa tor In
LenVtt Union Station, Omaha1 r a fortnight or more. Ha
h m ii m rxr X.Vi rt
, SNOWSTORM IN WEST SEVERE
Drifts Th ire Feel Dee a. la thr lela-
Ity of Yaleallae aad Trlrgraph
Wires Are Dow a.
The rru a-atorm which started Friday
' phone wires, and In the vicinity of Vale.n- j
. tine and Crawford the mires are down.
' "est ot valentine nity-nlne Weste rn T ni in
" " - - ' " -
...t.... . . ... ....0 ..-,
"4r ."- - .-.o. n.-i
; Crawford, to proceed agamst ttie lie In-
, diar- in Wyoming have not yet been hr -
! livered, a there are no wire working
that far aest on eithei the Northwestern
OT the Burlington. In places the snow
has drifnd to the depth of thre feet, but I
the tact it h-s drifted will be a help to :
cattle, aa the range feed has not been I
covered up and cattle are not likely to:
suff.-r unless the thermometer get murh ' MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. In t. ;u A uniqus
lower than it is at present. ! feature if the final (scion of the Lpiscn-
, The storm is gradually working Its way j. 1 missionary conference of tie Sixtli
'cast, and, accoruir g to the weather bu- (lirtricl aaa tin parln ipetiuu if tbirty-ti-1
reau. a touch of it may be txiented here f uli-blis1e.J Indians Sp-iiklng in I be Chip,
some lime today. '-a language 1 be aged giai1C.1111.lher 01
SlOl'X CITY la., ltd 'HI Ihspalehes
reiiivd at tlie Milaaukee raiircutd ornce
in this 1 Ity stile a heavy snowstorm, a,th
i igii an !. prevailed along the Rap'd C!tv;
xtens1in of lh. t rid in aouih Iiukot'i. !
Tie sntia is drifting IrfidSy and snow plows '
I eve beeu uiilered la CliauiU.1 Uuu slid
BRITAIN NEEDS COLD
Cauee if Eai in D ooount Eate ef Eaak
of Ed c' as d Fxplained.
WILL PREVENT ANY IURTHIR EXPORT
lupfly ef Telle letal GeUirt Ttwaid
SUG6ESTI0N FROM BRiTISM FINANCIER
lecretary (haw Can Ef'nTe Eitvat:tn by
Feleasin. Treutiry Bolditt.
AMERiCAN SECURITIES ARE AF.ECTED
Sharp Drop In London Is Folio rd bf
l.lajaldallon In rr York,
4 here Prlrrs Decline
1OXTmx. Oct JO. After the surprise
caused in financial .-Ircles yesteni.' V h t'e
ryceptjonnl increase in thr Rank of r."ir
land s rate of discount a feeling nf c'e:,t
relief and confidence as manifested tc-
i day. as it aa lielleved that the f. pe r rent
I rate will prevent the expert of furtbrr
I goid. X evert heless, the stm k market this
morning continued to show much neivous
nes. hut theie was an sbs -nee nf the
i feverish excitement which followed ths
first announcement of the increased rate.
J American sei-nritie continued their down
1 ward movement, the oticnin pr-ces being
in marked contrast to ttiose of ti c opening
j yesterday. I'nlon Pacific opi nc-d nt ivi,
sgainst 1!C' yasterday. while I'nited Pt.etes
Fteil was offeretl at 4 against TviH bid
yesterda). Rankltig cin les showed not i
lle satisfMitlon st the fact that the Rank
of Kngland had been able to slop the vn
tiiiu'd heavy exports of gold to the I'nited
A Rntish financier, discussing the situa
tion, said today: "The I'nited States can
hardly expert Ijondon to finance the whole
world, and we are now confident that our
I t per cent rate is a safe and permanent
protection against further inroads on 'T
stock of gold. There is no thought at pres
ent of a 7 per cent rtc but T and even i
Tie-r cent will be adopted if peri'ssary tn
protect us against an abnormal depletion
of the gold reserve. Therefore, if the
I'nited State continues to require gold fur
the movement of the rotton rrop or other
Deeds, we feel that relief should tome fro.n
the other side. Secretary Shaw once b
fore relieved the situation by releasing 1'.
and we in lxjndon rannot see why h
should sit on his gold chest while th
I'nited Rtote-s draas its needed supply of
gold from London's depleted stock."
Shipment of Cold.
It became definitely known today that
about I10.0H0.000 in gold will be shipped
from Kngland aMthln the week, of which
amount 14. 450.000 went today to Ugypt,
according to announcement. Its exact
destination continued more or le In
doubt, but Egypt appears to I getting
the bulk of the gold, with Argentina and
Canada taking less amounts.
. The local bankers lave re overed from
the si-are tliejr e-xprleiwed over yester-
day' crop of rumors ef alb-god impend
ing financial ulsaeter. Loading bank-
i release any or us nuge siock hi
Velvet.'her checks the earlier hope that
i .,1,1 .nu... ...in. t.t 1 1 . . i t . I ; i. n.
vntin vep -.
At each.'"'' solJ
(1 ncwin the
market showed In-
', steadiness. Bullion, amounting
191.00(1. wa withdrawn from the
6f Kngland today, of which ?(.-
for shipment to Egypt, liO.OiiO
inianla and rO,tiOO for the eon-
Iq-idatloa In Xew York.
YORK. Oct 20 Lin.uldution ass
on a large scale a ilh the opening
K-k market? today and prices brok'
in all directions Fpwulative
a-ere the' lajgest s'lfferers, but
inning up a pewtit were ronmon
Whole list. Reading and Gr"et
foil S',, Anaconda 5. Fun litng
dian Pacific ?i. Northern Paclflo
il i'V,. Baltimore Ohio. Vatmnsl
Canadian requirements to for-
Toronlo banks complicated th"
tuatlou. The liquidation wa
n a large S':ale. but large buy-
for supporting purposes re
al he decline after the opening
did not entirely stop it.
was again a heavy seller in
, next ae-k's settlements there
accounting in part for the lii-
v . ill ionics pi.iuu.uij luuuill iltg
iff-.. ni'lllon share. There a er
rumors of" fuilher reliif from Washing
ton, but these ) were not substantiated a
The force of ine liquidation broke
through the support from time to time,
making a lower level of price Soma
of the extreme decline were Gieai
Northern preferred, 7, Reading. ti'.;
Canadian Pacjfic, 4H; Smelling 4, S..
Paul, i1; I'nlon Paelfic. and Balti
more OIlio, and tlie active list
generally up to 'iW points.
PARIS. Ort. 20 On the Bourse today re
alisations continued owing to fear that t)
tailing of the Batik of England s rale 1 f
discount will be followed by the raising of
the rates of the imperial Bank of Germany
-and of the Batik ef France
Russian txilids of
' ' "
... v DCunD ,
I I ALK BT DlirlLr WILLlAliO
Omaha Prrlate Addresses Fplsreual
Among eg roes
H. W. St. t'ldir. itid'.aii 1111:1. n-r at Lircb
c , .11, . Vinn . pj'.d he 1 tribute to the wora
of tie late Birho'i nlvol' .
An iidltese on aork arnoi.g lb n'groes
aa made by Rev. John A. Williams ot
I The uexi .onference V Ul be held g
vwiuc m H
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