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OMAHA, MONDAY KVKNINll. XOVF.M lYM 0, I'M 1 -TWKIVH I'AOIX
SINGLi: COl'V ONI) CMXT.
The Omaha E
CLOSING UPJHE CAMPAIGN
Workers of Both Parties Busy iu the j
DEMOCRATS STILL CRY FRAUD
Iballrnarrs to 1 at Poll to HenU
Off lrrra-alarltlfa oad llewnh
Hcnns to IlierUiiiat I"ni
ocratlo Unleloeacrj .
Tuesday is election day. . j
Candidates and their friends were busy
nil day Monday nd will be aUo itiilii
the rolls close TnesJay nlgl.t. Deino- j
mats are HtriiikllrK to el-ci a cimlid.-.t . j
tr two, liavliiK srurlllced mo..-, id their
ticket, county, judicial n:id Maie. ll
publlcans, confident of the eke'.iou ni the
entire ticket, ore worklr.fr t. MulvO the
Jluralltles a large lis pos-.il;. realising
tliat the more decisive tho victory this
year, tho better will the parly be pre
pared for next year's national battle.
All day there were conferences of can
didates and worker on both aides. At
In all campaigns it developed in the last
liours that some poswllnlKlos bad been
overlooked and men were Rent out to see
lue voters and to plead io.- Ihe.r support.
.bnllcim-r at the folia.
Campaign rn1n.iKe.r3 of both parties
completed preparations to have chal
lengers lit every votim; place, ready to
thwart any attempt ut fraudulent votmy.
.Democrats ft II 1 ure making their dls
Ivruven claims that llio republicans by
.fraudulent registration havo laid the
Inundation of 11 scheme to ideal the elec
tion. Republicans, not misled by tho cry
vf "Stop thief:" from the organization
that has been guilty of such practiced,
Vill be reudy to mop Hny crooked work
11: at may be attempted.
It is reported that some disreputables
Siavc been employed to pose as republi
cans attempting to vote Illegally In order
iiat the democrats may have them ar
listed and thus prejudice the electorate
against the party. The republicans will
iu on l ho lookout for attempts to execute
fcucli a scheme.
Notaries at Cltr Hall.
. John Bat tin and George H. Merten
two Omaha lawyers will sit In solemn
and respected state In the city clerk's
office al) day Tuesday, from 8 o'clock In
the mornitib' until 6 In the evening, and
(Continued on Page Two.)
- Says Entire State
Ticket Will Win
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
'"LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 6.-Special Tele
;iam.) I'pon his arrival from a week's
rampalgn of the Hate Governor Aldrich
loday declared that the .republican state
ticket would be. elected from top to bottom.-,
Every man Is going In by a sub
mntial. Biajorlty, . said he, "and we're
Sioing to carry the state for every one of
the six men qn the ticket.
"Wherever 1 have made speeches I
liave had Just aa large crowds, as Mr.
JJryan, had, I believe, and they were Just
m attentive and gave me Just as re
spectful hearings on ho roceived. I be
lieve from the tall! that the majority of
tile voters saw tho Justice of my con
tentions iu meeting Mr. Ilryan's state
wide plea to republicans to vote the
MALICIOUS ATTACKS ON
JUDGES BY LITIGANTS
The political campaign Just closing re
Veals tho fact that there still remain a
few persons who are so selfish and nar
row minded that they will attack judges
who fall to rule in their favor, even
though they would have to, ignore the
, laws in order to so rule.
A newspaper repeatedly has attacked
.Judge Lee S. Kstelle because when its In-
tuesta were at stake he committed tho
crime of refusing to set at naught and
nullify the laws of the commonwealth in
tirder that it might win.
A dentist named Whitealde has pub
lished an advertisement attacking Judge
lloward Kennedy because Judge Kennedy
vas the presiding judge' in a case which
Mr. Whltesldo was interested and Mr.
Whiteside lost, i
In the thousands of cases which have
lieen tried in the district court half the
litigants havo lost. . It is a gratif: in
comment on the Intelligence, unselfish
ness and breadth of mind ut litigants
that only two of them try to defeat the
Judges becautc they happen to be beaten
Forecast till 7 p. nt. Tuesday:
For Omaha, Council Uluffs and Vlclnl.y
-Fuir tonight and Tuesday; slightly
1 lours. Dcf.
fi a. m 43
G a. in 43
T a. m 12
- a. m....
So. m ...
10 a. m....
11 a. m....
1 P. ni....
2 p. m
3 p. in....
Th newipastr that
gnc Oi lbs Uot.ien
li lb one tbat
ih ! r
ilt for tb a
rtlr. Tba baa
ta Hum IM-
Local Weoihrr Iterurd.
lfii. lam. iwj. 1.
J.owet last nl;ht Sli
I'r-clpitatlon Pi .00 .00 ,n)
Normal temperature for today. 4J dt-
.Deficiency In precipitation since March
S"'y " corresponding period. 11,10
13. : Inchev.
lficlncy co 1 resioiidliig period. 1'jOS.
Weather la the ;rali
,1oMhwi,,at,:":"nv J" is
lown over the central wilUys and .
tenter is now over I he middle Mississippi
)fll' y.-,. .1J.',', rrL """'"V '1
i.w ,n--. uuii-ik nuiiiiiiv, l.l,;iii
precipitation has been riulie general " in
Hie west witntii the last
j.our boh loe weainer is ueeirimiiy un-
r ..... ... iii'iuiiianin ami Iloiinwetl
thin morning, floudy, but generailv fair
v.ather will .r.ll In lids vlclnliy to
.liit and 'iuca, wl'h i-llkhllv c.K.ler
l-JUifcaU L. A. WI.U11,
The Reasou Why
December ST. Ul Thomas Dcnnison
filed suit against the Omaha Daily
News Publishing company for .w,'.V.
eluitiages for libel In district court.
April 1", I;r7 Case of Thomas lKn
nlsoti auninst tho Omaha PhII.v News
FuHUhliig company goes to trial be
fore Judie l.ee S. Kstellc.
Sluy 2. Vh'T Jury returns verdict for
1 nomas lvnnison ami against the
Omaha Paily News Publishing com
pany for I",.'. Judge Kstello enters
judgment in accordance with the ver
dict. LAD IS SHOTJJY HIS BROTHER
Carl Loventzen of Ontario Street is
Dying in South Omaha Hospital.
BOY PLAYS WITH A REVOLVER
Ilelieved lij- Sooe that the Yoana :
ter Was Shot as the
of a Unarrel with
t'ail Lorentien of 1711 Ontario street
was fatally lit at $ o'clock this 11101 1
fng by his umall brother Walter, who
was toying with Ins father's revolver.
The bullfct entered the youngster'a luni;
and he was rusned to the South- Omaha
hospital, where it was later extracted.
It 1 thought that he will not live unttl
tlreat secrecy 11 being maintained con
cerning the affair and the physicians and
hospital attendants arc. Inclined to be
llevo that the shooting was the result of
a childish quarrel In which Walter was
Young Lorentxen Is the son of Valdemar
Lorcntzen, a niotorman In the employ of
tho street railway company.
on Tom Flynn's
faniuel Mancusco comes back at Tom
Flynn's exception to the unanimous ac
tion of the Central Improvement club as
"Tom Flynn does not give the people
the' facts. He deliberately Ilea when he
says I asked him to give my father a
Job sweeping the streets. For the last
six years, during which time Mr. Flynn
has been the street commissioner, 1 have
had nothing to do with him or his de
partment. My father Is In pretty fair
circumstances, and although advanced In
yearn Is quite capable of taking care of
himself, and if he -were not I am abun
dantly able and willing to care lor him,
I, v l!l pay :-O0 toward Mr. Flynn's cam
paign expenses If he can satisfy any fair
minded man. from any evidence in his
possession that I ever asked him to give
employment to my father.
"Tho facts are Just as stated In tho
resolution of the Central Improvement
club. I did not Introduce tho motion. It
was made by a man from tho floor. Tho
motion was unanimously carried. Mr.
Flynn'B r-urs must have burned during
the meeting, for if ever any man was se
verely criticized In public Mr. Flynn was;
not by one alone, but by overybody who
had property on Twenty-first street, and
1 who had to contribute to the expense of
!remov!ne tlic cartli placed upon the street
by Mr. Flynn,
"Mr. Flynu caya he has been thirty
slx years In Omuha. I havo been in
Omaha about twenty-five years, and in
that time have earned my own way and
have never held a public office. In fact,
I think probably I have paid more In
taxes than Mr. Flynn has earned during
hla entire thirty-six years' residence In
Oinalia outside of politics."
Girl Seeking Death,
is JMot inuia Hughes
I'rroneou.'i reports have emanated from
Howe, Neb., to the effect thnt Miss India
Hushes, who formerly lived there, at-
t:-n)picd to commit suicide at .Superior.
Mi"i Hughes is in Omaha and has been
for n number of months. She Is em
ployed In the Western Union offices and
:ivej with a friend ut SIIVJ North Twenty
eighth street. It seems that the girl who
attempted to end her life refused to give
hur name, and it was suspectod that she
was Miss Hughes, since both had known
uhJ were sweethearts of IOgan I lea 11
champ. Mis Hughes, who is a young
girl coming from a fhio family, has been
greatly annoyed by the reports.
Pummel an Officer
I flfflcer t)ndlv' annciml 111 millce COUl'l
Monday morning with a beautifully tinted
eye. presented to him In a Bouffle ensuing
lien he attempted to make an arret t In
tho Unique chop alley Joint oil Fourteen
street, which has been rulded twice since
It opened a few weeks ago. F.d Fttsger-
3$ uld, a South Omaha rowdy -dowdy boy,
4!) went Into the Joint all sharpened up Sat
4)'urday nigt.t. He created a dltturbancc
40 1 ana officer Dudley appeared. Several
I.,... ......1. ...i ,i.A
q 1 Ill 1' IILiriaiU 11 lUlUn I UOlll-il lllir nK.
jl I man mid decoruted
his eye. Fitzgerald
court Monday, for-
fulled to appear in
felting a f 10 bond.
COURT IS ENTERTAINED
BY A QUEER CHARACTER
I William Raines gave the spectators In
po,1,e co,,rt "everal n,1UU'"' f eni"n'
me.it when be was arraigned before
'Judge Cruwford on a charge of being I11-
toxlcated Monday morning, liarnes In a
1 1,111,1 voIi-a t.ihl the court that lie nee er
Ned .f n.,u.,r m M. ut.
Hrnt-a then gave bis llfe a history
jlng the titeen of-Fng
He aald he was in
'and was his sister.
He said he was In Omaha to put on a
few vketchee In the various opera houses
; In the city and that lie Is the he.,t -lnger
1 n thB w-orld.
When lie attempted to give
an exhibition of bis vocal powers Judge.
I'rawford ordered him back to the iiiourn-ii-.:
bench. He will be taken before the
ilir TI ' 1 If OUk .BlaWia
TEACHERS ENROLL HEAYILY'
Many Not Engaged in Work Will;
Attend Convention. '
AUDITORIUM BEING DECORATED!
Special Tralaa Will Up Han from'
Lincoln Mnlnrailo) and
Thar ad ay to Arcomnio
Omaha Is supposed to have 500 teachers,
but Miss Jtelle M. U an, assistant super
intendent, has enrolleil .!s for the Ne
hrnsko assoelatkn convention which
(.pens here Wednesday. All tho teachers
In the city, ninny of whom are not actu
ally engared now, will attend the gsnerat
and many of the special sessions of the
Tho Omaha schools will bo Inspected
Wednesday by tho visiting sclioolma'ams
and schoolmasters. The regular routine
work will be done In all the grades.
Thursday and Friday the schools will be
dismissed ond the teachers will spend tho
two days attcndliiu; the convention.
A speinl train from Lincoln Tuesdav
j III bring tho superintendent of schools
I and 1( of his staff to the convention.
) Another special train will be run Thurs
day for the remainder of the Lincoln
Twelve workers bejf.-in decorating th I
Auditorium Monday morning. They are '
confining their efforts to the decoration j
of the spaces near the floor. Two sailors, j
uccustomed to hanging In the higher al- i
tltudes, are decorating the building neur I
the roof. j
The decorating committee discovered ;
the bunting was not wide enough and so ;
a corpa of teachers were pressed Into ser- 1
vice as seamstresses and with neodlo and i
thread are sewing the strips of green to- '
got her. '
Booths Betas Arranged. j
Miss Anna V. Pay Is superintending
the erection of the booths at tho Audi
torium. The work will be completo for
tho first session. There will bo 700 run
ning feet of booths. Frank Keogh,
member of tho publicity bureau of the
Commercial club, Is assisting Miss Pay In
tho work of prcparalng the Auditorium
for the advent of tho teachers.
Schuylor has notified tho local arrange
ments committee that the schools will
be closed there and the full teaching
force will spend Thursday in Omaha.
W. M. Pavldson, formerly superinten
dent of Omaha schools, now superinten
dent at Washington, D. C, will arrive
Tuesday and will spend the remainder of
the week In the city.
Carol Q. Pearse,, superintendent of the
schools of Milwaukee, a former Omaha
Hi,'nn?w presldent of the Nauonai Edu-
catlotuil association, will arrive Tuesday
or Wednesday to attend the convention
Beisel and Furay
Vouch for Ure
- .. . , ; : r.. . .
I. L. Uell. deputy county treasurer,
and last July 'Mr. W. II. tTi e a principal
competitor fpr the republican nomination
for county treasurer, said this morning.
"I have been deputy county and city
treasurer for the last eight yeurs and am
familiar with all tho affairs of the treas
urer's office. 1 know who the tax buyers
are and I want to say that Mr. W. U. Ure
Ib not now a tax buyer and has nat been
during my connection with the office.
'Tiider and by virtue of the urovlslons
of tho scavenger law, Mr. I're redeemed
some of his own lots and somo lota for
I clients from total Iocs occasioned by the
excessive taxes of the nineties. It was
done in his own name. It was done under
the sane' and wlso provision of the scav
enger law-a law whose operation cashed
In probably Sl,iW0,ju of otherwise unco!
"I Know Mr. Ure jvery well. I am for
him and my friends are for him. The
man does not live In Douglas county
who could make a better county treas
urer." , 1
Frank A. Furay. our present efficient
county and city treasurer, nuked If W. U.
Ure was a t:x buyer, said: "Hurlng my
term I think nut a single tax sale or
.scavenger sale has been purchased by
W. O. Ure "
Coal Men Profit
by Basket Sales
John tirant IVgg. city insiierto:- of
weights and measures. Is 011 the trail of
fuel pedlers who have reaped big re
turns by selling coal 10 the poorer people
of the city by the basket, A ton of coal
will bring twice as much when sold In
baskets ut 20 to 0 cents each than is
realized when it Is sold byv. weight. Citv I
License Inspector Schneider Is with f'eifg
In his tight to prevent this robbery of
the poorer people. They will insect the
occupation tax records of all retail coal
dealers anil will force them to take out
pedlers' licenses, which may be .done for
$.10 each, if they persist In dispensing fuel
by tho basket.
Where to Vote Tuesday
POLLS OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 6 P. M.
J -1.0J i-outh Clh.
ialicrolt (It AT).
r-UK l.lliculll AVu.
i-:ci houtii rjti.
j Ik-.; Vinton.
blf?i Uoulli ltth.
1- lil'.t Wtbster.
SHA North IjIIi.
t-ii Souin Uiu.
t i-Jt. South liu.
2- -15U llaiuo.
S 71 fcoulh Idlh.
a 314 South ann.
1:.sli4 Sht-rmnn Ave.
-r0l Sherman Avax
i-.-Mi Mieruian Avt.
4)-.4, Sheiman Ave.
..Mf. ..oriii .olli.
j--.'n; Noitii ittii.
. -J.H..J junu -a ill.
a-;i"4 North Lih tbaro,
i ea r. )
4 la. J North T-Jd.
a .Mihiary Ave.
; UuoigiA Av. tba:u,
i.-a l ark Ave.
4 1'lu auuth jod. (barn,
1 14 Nortn Itth.
.--l.l i no. n. g.
5-1.12 North Kill.
l av Cuming.
Sjo4 Davonpurt (be id.
i 211 South Xlh (bars,
t Mi Farnam.
J 101S South l'rtli.
i K.JI l.tavi nwui til.
'4 -1-1 1 .eavenwurtu.
AiiJ) South lth.
11 i-oulh Mil..
1 4lm llsniill' :i.
2 U)M Fsniaio.
4 ;Cj ."jou'.li l.'Tlh.
r ' v THAT
TALK OF PIPELINE REY1YED
Operation of Standard Oil Company
in Wyoming; Brings Up Matter,
OMAHA IS THE LOGICAL POINT
Standard Will seek. Oatlet for It
Imnense ftupplr at rasper,
Where Keflnerlea Have
Xow Hint lhs Standard br'conii.iuiy -pj
mid to have bought heavily in the new
oil fiolcla tiear Ciisjier, Vyo where It
has built refineries, there la con
siderable talk of tho probohlllty that the
Standard will get ahead of the) Lander
oil people In the construction of a pipe
line to Omaha.
"Tho construction of a pipe line to
Omiih a by the Standard seems feaslhlc
enough." said O. W. .Wattlea of tho Com
mercial club committee appointed to co
operate with tho Wyoming oil men In
' !,,a" fr a r'P lll,e-
"The Lander man who ii at the head
of the Lander pipe lino movement Is now
In Kurope after the necessaiy capital.
Wc have not heard from him for soma
time, and until we tlo we will not know
how his negotiations are progressing. In
the meantime, tho standard may gel
ahead of him."
Omaha would be the logical polnnt for
the distribution of the product of the
Wyoming fields, think members of the
Commercial club committee, and bring
ing It here by pipe would save un enor
mous expense in tiuwsportatlon.
Large Crowd Hears
Aldrich at Aurora
AIT.ORA. Neb.. Nov. (Special Tele
gram.) Governor Aldrich closed the cam
paign in Hamilton county last ovenlng
with an address to a large audience In
the opera house. Judge iJ. F. Washburn,
republican cundldato for district Judge In
tho district, opened the meeting with a
brief address and received an enthusiastic,
reception. .Chairman ). O. liergcson
liONPON. Nov. ti. The flrrek steamer
IvOrdos Myron, from Theodosla for Ant
werp, foundered in the Kngllsh channel
In the gain last night. Twenty-two of the
crew were lot. The three saved were
picked up by the Dutch Meamer Uroilu.
1-Ttfiit vel of 24JS And
2!-:jf.24 Ames Ave.
Z-aoii t'orby ibarn, rear )
a 2il "J Kortli 24i!i.
t 4413 Nortlj Sttti.
l-tM No. iitth.
Zi'M No. Ilih.
I-H it Ave H. '1st.
i'-Tth and V.
l--'l! No rth.
1-1-14 No. ?li tl.
i'-IPi No. ?4th.
( I mm, m-m
wan .11 1 iiiiAimr
-v wiimji . jHimririV,'. 1
The Only Safe Way-Pull the Republican Lever
f FRANCIS GllAMOv
fGE0EGE A. DAY
Cruiser Chester is
Ordered to Tripoli
MALTA. Nov. 0. A 'wireless message
received by les commander, Denton C,
Mocker, today orders tho American
cruiser Chester to proceed to Tripoli
LONDON, Nov. . An Amerlcun diplo
mat who airlvcd from Constantinople
I confirms t lie report of a recent Improvc
I metit In tho TurklBh podtlon at Tripoli,
dun to the arrlvM them of a large num
ber of Turkeys herf aflliy officers. They
reached the front by passing through
AUTO ACCIDENTJN SCRIBNER
Postmaster James Beaver is Prob
ably Fatally Hurt.
BRAIN INJURED LEG BROKEN
Official la nan Down by
Driven by Auuast Hurts,
' rbutographcr of West
FrthMONT, Neb., Nov. 0.-(HpeclaI.)-I'oHtinastcr
James Heaver of bcrlbnor
was probably fatally hurt In 'the streets
of Scrlbner when tun down by an auto
mobile driven by August Kurt-, a pho
tographer of West Point. Heaver's leg
was broken and ho suffered concussion of
tho brain and Internal Injuries. He has
not regained consciousness. A surgeon
operated tills morning to remove pressure
from the 'brain.
Demurrer Filed in
South Omaha Police
Board Ouster Suit
(From a Staff Corrrspomlcnt
LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. .-( Special Tele
gram.) 11. It. Fleliarlty and Hnivthe,
Smith und Kchall, attoinevH for the
respondent in the ouster siili brought
by tho order of Uovernor Aldrich iigalnsi
I-'ire and I'ollce 'omiiilssldnni-H Itjan am
I'lvonka of South Omuha, today filed a
demurrer asking that the suit bi
The following reasons aie set out in the
demurrer: That the information does not
state facts sufficient to authorize the
court to take cognizance of the case.
That the supreme court has no uulhorlty
to hear tho case, save on appeal. That
the information Is defective and not suf
ficient to Justify tho court In ordering
the respondents to show why the order
of ounter i.huuhl nut be Issued. i
Breaks Two Cents
Cni'atAtiO, Nov. t;. A brt-iik of
wheat resulted today from unrounded
Illinois that the Armour tiraln company
had been made the subject of a federal
The market had hern athuiieiiig steadily
when selling began on a hue scale. He
fore the ensuing break could be i decked
many stop Iocs (.1(1. la hud been executed
and the market was In a state of k ml.
It developed that the United States
grand Jury was not even In seaslon. much
less returning any Indictments. The ex
treme diop In prices was from 9 cents
for Dccimiwr to IC'Vi ccrit!.
WIDOW MURDERED AND
BOARDER IS WOUNDED
HANCOCK. Mich.. Nov. k-.Mrs. Ma
Caril, a widow of St. Mary's, m villnge
.near here, was i-hot u i , '. Instantly killed
laud Adam 1 lenrh kfci n, a br.anbr at her
! home, was rerioiialv wounded lat nlgl t
by a man who Is br-,ied to have be i
a Fiiltor for the woman b alfcitlou. 'J'hv
COUTV C; CjvK
WILLIS C. CROSBY,
W. Cr. XJRIL4
fA.C . llARTEr
IRANE C JD11ST
TAFT WILL YOTE TOMORROW
President Appears Before Election
Board in Cincinnati.
GIVEN PERMIT TO REGISTER
He Certifies . that It Was ltupuasl.
lite for Hint to lie In the t llr
liurlaa the Month -of.
CINCINNATI. O., Nov. .-rres!detit
Taft took the first step here today toward
regaining his right to vole tomorrow In
the Cincinnati municipal elections. The
president appeared personally before the
election board and obtained a certificate
allowlntf him to roplster In Ward No. 3.
precinct M. He will appoar beforo tho
proper authorities In that precinct and
will then be ready to cast his vote.
Mr. Taft camo into 'the room of tho
election board In the city hall almost
llko any other citizen except for the
presence of a detail of police.
"Its hardly necessary to ask you if you
have been in the city during October."
al one of the board to the president.
"No," said Air. Taft, smiling, "I i,Rv.
not. It has been quite Impossible for inu
to get here owing to the engageinonts 1
"Under the circumstances then." said
the chairman, "I guess we ll gtve jou a
The police then closed In about Sir.
Tuft and he marched out. ,
Tomorrow Mr. Taft will cast his vote at
im Madison Hoad. Ills last place of
roaldenco in Cluclmiatl was at lMti Madl
on Hoad. Today he had forg.rtten the
number, but ho was able to describe It so
thut others knew what was meant.
After obtulnlng hla certificate, the presl
dent was driven to tho office of his
brother, C. , Taft, and later was driven
to Mr. Tart's home, wliero ho will stou
durlni; his May here.
Tho Plans for Ills trip were slightly
changed again today. InMicad of leaving
Cluclmiatl tomorrow night the president
will leine curly Wednesday morning and
will stop on the way to Frankfort. Ky ti
I'sris, Ky for iaf u 101J,.
Two More Talesmen
Released from the
NOV. 6. TWO trior.
talesmen were released today from Jury
service on the McNamara murder trial
soon after court opened.
Seaborn Manning, the fa
neulth canned his fed low talesmen to ask
, the court that he bo ( mil tied to with
I .Ira iv, was excused.
i over the earnest objection of the ,.ro-e-Ici.tlon,
Judge Hordwill also ex.-us.-d from
I Jury nervier w. H. Andrews, a tulesn.an
I ' "ri"'--mg counsel wiangled
!'"'' two duy"- Uk0 m,,ny u,l,cr talesmen.
"! Andrews niaclo many coiifllctlnir
iments regarding his own fairness, and
j Judge liordwell let him go because of
hat lie believed to he Andrews' frame
The talesman, haid tl.c court, tnlgl.t not
bu able to leave his udinltled prejudices
behind him. The two men were replaced
by William F. Clark and Frunli Heater
ARRESTED FOR STEALING
CATTLE FROM GOVERNMENT
Jes.ie I.ai-olnt. a Santee Indian from
the Haniie reservation In South Dakota,
wlio wa Indicted there for selling govern
ment cattlM from the Indian reservation
and who jumped bis bond, was ar
nsted Sunday at Niobrara, Neb., l,y the
I'nlted Siatis marsliul and brought to
iiniaha. Ijil'oint is said to huve sold
sevenil hundred dollars worth of eattln
and whin indicted, h disappeared. 11-
will be Uk.m back to tlio Sniitoe reierva-
lion in Soiuh liakota by Maishnl IUes. ;
The in eriinieni nfri. laU are seeking lhe
i I'1'" h
-er ct the cattle, but thus far have !
REBELS CAPTURE PEKING
Capital of China Occupied by Revo
tionists After Spirited Fight.
OFFICIALS FLEE IN THE NIGHT
Morjr tabled to l'lilnr- rv spit per
In San I rsurix u litis Not rt
Hen I oiiHrmrit (.nnlmul.
t.o llvrr t Itcbrls.
1 III l.l.l'.TI N.
j KAN FKAXC'ISlM Nov. S. A cblf
gram to tho Chln-se linily paier, a
: newspaper published .Uej-e. .recdved early
j today siiys I'l-klng wns captuied lute
I yesterday by tho revolutionists after ti
j sharp encounter. ....
I A dispatch also w is received by the
I fM,,u I'- ...! .1.... !..
full of Peking had been lepurtid In Shann
hrl, but had not been verified, Tho ilW
piitch st.-Ued further that all the offl
clals of the city Including n number ol
high officials of tho Manehu dv misty,
had fled tu the nKlu. Tln rebels ore eaid
to be In peaceful possession after 11
spirited flKht Into yesterdny. No fur
ther dolnll. arc given.
rimlrnl Ssh in llldina.
SltANUH.W, Uhlti.t. Nov. i..Thr-e
Chinese gunwcius, forming n pnrt of Ad
miral Siili Uhen l'liig's fleet, which put
In here ycsKrdiiy for provisions went
over to the rebels this morning.
Tho Chinese telephaidi operators hero
went on strike todav. Tho cables havo
not been mofested.. Foreign marines nrc
guarding (he cable huts. It Is. believed
that Admiral Sail Is In hldlna In this clt.s.
tjhlng KI.Mig. Iu th provlnec of Klang
Sua, fell nt 11 o'clock this afternoon. Al'
Is 'uulet there. The city Is a treaty port
second In importance only to Shanghai.
The population in about lM.OoO.
Chang Chow, capital of the province of
Che Klung, was taken by the rebels yes
terday alter a brief but spirited is
II amor f Armistice.
LONDON, Nov. 5. -The Dally Tele
graph's l'oklng correspondent says he Is
reliably Informed thnt Yuan Hhl Kal has
practically arranged n ten weeks' armis
tice with the rebel generalissimo. This
will permit Yuan to go Immediately to
I'elthig and form a cabinet. He will n'.jij
attempt to solve tho present confusion
Near Beer is Seized
at Neola, la., Under
the Pure Food Law
Following tests made in the United
Slates pure food laboratories at Omuha
and at Washington, HO bottles of near
beer were selatd by federal authorities
Saturday at Neolu, la., under the pure
food and drug act and ml 4ald may be.
tho beginning of a camnulgn by the gov
ernment against the distilleries and brew
eries putting cut Imitation intoxicants,
throughout Nebraska ond Iowa. Tliu Tem
pera hco Iiflverauo company of Chicago
and : several . Nebraska . breweries haw
been supplying "near beeu" to dry town
In Nebraska and Iowa under tho pretext
thut the buveraeea are nonlntoxleatlng.'
The tests mudo of tho stuff here Inst
week, however, showed that the "near
beer"' contains 3.80 to 4 per cent .alcohol,
whllo ordinary bror.sold as Intoxlcatliik
lliiuor contains only from 2.SI) to 3.30 per.
Neola is "dry" and the "near brer"
seemed .to satisfy all demands for the
real article and at the same time allow
the deuler to sell It without u license. The
beer seised Saturday vas made by the.
Former Congressman .
With Misusing Mails
HT. LOUIB. Mo Nov. O.-Harry M.
counrey, rnrmer, congressman iroru the
Twelfth Missouri district, who was ar
rested In New York Saturday, urrived
here today In custody of special agents
of the Department of Juslce. He is
charged with having used the mails to
defraud In connection with the promotion
of Insurance companies. He gave bond of
Aviator Fowler is
"NTpnr F.1 Pnon Tpv
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j i'.'.i i'Atd, Tex., Nov. . At ator K. n-
ei t t. Fowler expect to follow the, South
ern 1'uciric ruiiroud Hacks from here It
New Orleans on bis transcontlneuU. i
flight. He took a force of mechanician i
today to MoModon, where his machiin
was w rrcUed yesterday. He sajd he wcuiu
prubobly fly into 101 l'aso late today.
PRICE OF REFINED SUGAR
AGAIN MARKED DOWN
NKW VoKK. Nov. tf. The piico of it
fined sugar was marked down anotiu
ten polnta in the local market to:l.-.v.
making the third decline recently re
ported. Fine granulated augor is ii"
iiuoted at C.I cents per J.uund In U'
whole-Hale market, whereas at the licit. ,t
of the recent bull movement some of the.
refiners were asking T'j cents. The nui
ket for law sinjar was unchanged.
Tickets to Ameri
Uoxcs of O'lirieu's) Caudy.
Dalzell's Ice Cream lirickx
li ara civet; wa fr is
lb. ota wtto liaU thdlr uim4 I
u want ada.
Keaa to want aor every a;,
jour oatud will appear eom
tuut, tuayoe more toan oace.
No puzxiee to solre nor aufe.
acriptlons to eel Just read u
Tare to the want iac paseea
Uiere you will find nearly ever
bealneaa bouse la tba city itjr
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