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VOL. 1j. NO. 15.
KOCK ISIiAlTD. IXIi.. SATURDAY, NOVJfiMBEB 3. 1900. SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
Bryan Putting in a Busy Day
in Chicago and Sub
urbs. SPEAKING ALL AFTERNOON
Completes His Work by Re
viewing Democratic Pro
NEW YORK HONORS TEODY
Chicago. Nov. 3. W. J. Brvan be
gan the last Jay of the democratic
campaign with an address at noon at
an informal dinner tendered him by
the Iroquois clnb. lie speaks all the
afternoon in different parts or the
city and saburbs, concluding at H
thin evening, when be reviews the
final democratic parade of the cam
paign. Chicago. Nov..'!. William .1. Bryan's
j.roL'rainiiif In Chicago yesterday com
prehended twel ves peeches. Thecrnwds
that greeted film wen' jrre.-iter than
those at tin- meeting of Thursday
and Thursday night. Tin candidate
lictrati his itinerary at Handel liall. in
tin- downtown business district,
going from then to the public
library, where lie spoke to an outdoor
gathering of workingmen. After lunch
eon he made twoaddrcsses in tlie "Old
Vienna" pavilion at Sixtieth and street
und Cottage Grove avenue, one to the
crowd in the building mid the other to
tin- throng that was unaltle to gain
Here was the only emblance of dis
turbanee 'manifest during the day.
Two null in Hie audience asked, al
most simultaneously, "How about
North Carolina";" ami Bryan was re
plying when one of the questioners in
s is ted on asking a ipiestion concerning
trusts, whereuixjii the crowd demand
ed that he lie thrown out. and threat
ened to lynch lilui. I'.ryau insisted ui
iiii answering, however, but could not
do so for some time, owinjr to tin- up
roar made by the crowd In expressing
Its resentment toward the inquisitor.
The latter was saved Trom violence
only by xli-e Interference.
Bryan's night meetings were held on
the north, west, southwest and south
Hides of the city, the closing speech
leing made at midnight at State and
'J'i: I rty II rs t S t cee t s.
As a Political Csmpl(iir II. I. Consider
able of Kouxh Klder.
New York. Nov. 3. A cold rain was
falling and the streets were in a bad
condition when the prade, held under
the auspices of the business men's
aud sound money association?, started
on schedule time this morning. The
streets along the line of march were
h blaze with colors. Representative
of practically every branch of busi
ness in the" city were in line. It is
estimated that "35.000 men were iu
line. Toles erected along the line of
march by democrats bearing mottoes
and sentences of a partisan nature
were guarded by policemen. (jv.
Uooseve.lt reviewed the parade from a
stand in Mdisou avenue.
Owego. N. V.. Nov. 3. Theodore
I'ooscvclt. Republican candidates for
vice president, completed last night at
this point one i f the most remarkable
campaigns ever made by a candidate
tf any party in the lulled States. In
eight weeks he has visited twenty-four
states of the I'llioil. made (73 speeches,
tiaveled IM.IT"'. miles, visited T towns
and cities, and talked t. what is esti
mated tJ le :;.m m.iw people. This
record Includes more speeches, more
miles traveled and more territory cov
ered than that of all the other candi
dates for president or vl.-e president
of the l'nited Slates ;f all other par
ies for the last loo years, with the cx--ption
of the record made by William
J. Bryan In 1m;. and it exceeds Bry
an's record, which was "i!!t speeches
made and l!.o miles covered.
a Tour of tli Km pi re State.
This wonderful campaign was fin
ished by a two weeks" tour of th.
etate of" New York, during w hich the
candidate traveled -.-o."5 mil.s. through
lit counties, ami made speeches,
the majority of them from the rear
platform tf the train. Boos vclt fin
ished this tour in excellent health and
good spirits, and. as he said last night
With a slightly weakened voice, bet
rblc to go on with the campaign a
euUpIe of weeks more."
B-IkIX Stop, tin the Final Day.
The last day of this campaign In
rluded eight stops In-twceu James
town. Chautauqua county, and (i.clu
ive ofi Owego. in Tioga coimf. Tlie
sbH varied frvmtwohours Induration
at Olean. to ten mnlutes atother points,
lie finished last night at Owego. the
home of United States Senator Thos.
C. Piatt, the last three stops fcefore
reaching this city being at Hornells
iu. Wellsvllle and Addison. Just as
the train was pulling out of AYfrrerly
ueenrred the only incident of the day.
V .$tone .was thrown, breaking tb
Kiass in the observation window In tb
governor s car.
RED FLAG ON STATE STREET.
Socialist. Hmwm Troublous Time. Trying
to Speak at rhlr.ro.
Chicago, Nov. 3. Soeilaist Labor or-
1 ators ralseIthe red flag in State street
last night' and were driven off the
thoroughfare by the police, who wert
compelled to Interfere to stop a riot. It
wan Socialistic Ijibor night, and tLe
Debs sneakers tised half a dozen wag
ons to spak from along the street.
The speakers shortly after midnight
tiecante bolder and red flags, were
raised on every wagon. The reg flag
was very large, and in contrast was
hung a. flag of the United States of
very small dimensions.
The crowd took all this good natured
ly nntil some of the Iehs speakers tie
Kan kicking at the American flag. In a
moment there was confusion, and
along the street several of the orators
were dragged from ther wagons and
roughly handled. The central detail
police wagon was called. Sergeant
Mahoney ordered the Debs wagons to
leave the street, and they .were escort ed
away, followed by the police patrol
A mob of 1.0OO people followed them
until they disappeared in the shadows
of Lake street.
SteYensvn'a Indiana Tour.
Fort Wayne. Ind.. Nov. .1. Adlai E.
Stevenson received a great ovation at
Fort Wayne, eclipsing even the Bryan
reception In 1tts;. Stevenson was ac
companied by Representative .1. W.
Bailey, of Texas, ami Judge Welty,
of Canton. O. In the afternoon there
was a parade of farmers. At night
a very large political parade took
place. In the afternoon Stevenson
FIoke briefly from the balcony of the
Wayne hotel to ."..(kni people, and at
night spi;e to an audience of over
.VoO at the Princess rink. Perhaps
that many more were unable to ee
Cold Water Special In Michigan.
Grand Bapids, Mich.. Nov. 3. The
Prohibition special train arrived here
at 7:4." p. m. yesterday, having made
a total of twenty stops In the run
across Michigan, and Presidential Can
didate Woolley made his twenty-first
speech before an audience of 3.ISKJ
jiersons at tne Auuitonum last even-
lag, arid was given an ovation. .The
.-ijk'i ial left liraiid Bapids at 11:.V last
night over the Pere Manjuefte road,
at the rear of a regular train, for Chi
cago, from whence It will start on an
resident Out of the Excitement.
Canton. O., Nov. 3. President and
Mrs. McKinU-y joined a party of friends
and ueighliors of long standing at a
dinner party last evetiitfg at the home
f Miss Buckingham, ihe daughter of
the minister who married them, with
whom they have kept up intimacy
idnce their young days. There was the
usual number of callers at the Mc-Kldli-y
home yesterday, but there was
nothing of sjecial significance in the
day's doings so far as the public is
. Pecislon as to the Student Vote.
New York, Nov. 3. According to a
decision made yesterday by Magistrate
liettel. in the orkville court, students
at educational institutions cannot vote
at tlie coming elevtion. The case was
that of Orin biddings Cox. a student
in I'nloii Theological seminary. Cox
lives in Schenectady -ounty, this state.
and registered as living in the semin
ary. Hanoi Talking; at Chlrafro.
Chicago. Nov. 3. Senator Hanna ad
dressed three meetings last night, the
largest one leiiig at Western avenue
and Bloomingdale road, where the big
circus tent iu which the meeting was
held was packed. It was an orderly
meeting, and in great contrast to the
fcomewhat exciting reception be bad
the night before.
Republican Rally at Peru.
Peru. Iml., Nov. 3. The Republic
ins of this city held a large and en
thusiastic rally last night, to which
the railways brought S.OOO jieople
from all the surrounding towns. It
had lieen kept quiet, so that it was
a surprise to the Dnocrats.
Bourk Coekran at Urooklyn.
New York. Nov. 3. A Democratic
rally was held last night In lrospect
hall. South Brooklyn, Bourke Coekran
being the prluclpalspeaker.
A TboDKblfal Little Wife.
Young Wife My dear, there is a
geutlemnn waiting in the other room.
He wants to speak to you.
He Io you know him?
She You must forgive me. darling,
but of late you have been troubled
with a cough, liesldes, you take so lit
tle care of yourself, and oh. If you
only knew how anxious I am about
you. Suppose I were to lose you, love."
(She bursts into sobbing aud throws
herself on his breast.)
He Come, my dear, silly child, do be
calm, do 1k culm. People don't die
of a slight cold. Stin. if It wjll pacify
you. show- the doctor In. Who is it?
Dr. Fallot, eh?
She It Isn't a doctor. It Is It Is
a life insurance agent!
Siam. Wrlchts and Measure..
1 1 Siam tlie liquid measure used Is
deiived from a coeoanut shell which
is capable of holding S3) tamarind
seds. and 20 of these units equal the
capacity of a wooden bucket. In dry
measure. S3) tamarind seeds make
one "k'anahn." and 25 "k'anahn" make
one sat." or bamboo basket; 80 "sat"
make one "kwien," or cart. This Is
an example of the primitive origin of
most units of weights and measures.
'What did you buy so much of tnis
cbeap and worthless coffee for?"
"For these new neighbors f ours
in case they prove to lie of the borrow
ing sort. If they don't, you can throw
It away." Chicago Tribune.
Switzerland's expense for the keep
lag of each Inmate in the Insane asy
luBia u Si& a rear.
PLAYfD All OLD GAME
Chicago Thug "Switches the
Satchel" and Snipes an
&. Italian's $2,500.
OTHER D0INQ3 IH THE WINDY CITY
Peoria Woman Wants a Hospital. En
Joined as a Nuisance Labor
Troubles at BeUevUlfe r
Chicago, Nov. 3. Vincennes Disalvo.
an Italian laborer, fell Into the bands
of confidence men Thursday and lost
$2,500 the savings of his lifetime. The
scheme used by the confidence men
to secure Dlsalvo's money was the old
"switch the satchel" game, whereby an
empty satchel was exchanged for the
valise which contained Disalvo's mon
ey. One of the swindlers is alleged to
Lave been Peter Bernardo, the leader
of a gang of thieves well known to
Put $2,500 In a Satchel L
One week ago Bernardo was Intro
duced to Disalvo as a real estate agent.
After much parleying Bernardo offered
to sell him a house aud lot. The two
men went downtown Thursday and
Disalvo took every pennjhe had saved
from a safety deposit vault and started
with the pretending real estate dealer
for the west side, where the bargain
was to have been closed. Bernardo
Induced his companion to allow hini
to carry the satenel containing the
money, and when It came to changing
back gave him au empty satchel and
Made Illicit Oleomargarine:
Chicago. Nov. 3. Eight defendants
who under the eonorate name Of "The
Fertile Valley Creamery company" are
said to have defrauded the government
out or thousands of dollars by the il
licit manufacture of oleomargarine
were held to the federal court by the
grand Jury yesterday. Government
agents have taken possession of raw
material to the value of $2r,0O0. all of
which was discovered In the "Cream
ery" company's plant.
Sue. Insane Asylum Officer.
Chicago. Nov. 3. Andrew Forsythe.
who was released from the Insane asy
lum Thursday by Judge Dunne, has
brought suit" for $J."o.000 damages
against the superintendent and other
officers of the asylum. He allege that
he was Illegally detained. Frank Col
lier got him out on a writ of error.
Colored Man with Two "Onm."
Chicago. Nov. 3. With two large
revolvers in his hands Samuel Simp
son, colored, yesterday afternoon
created a panic in State street- He'
emptied both weapons into acrowil, 1
shooting from a window. Tw men ;
were seriously injured and a third re
ceived three severe scalp wouat. HI-.
feeling over the loss of a Joh caused
the shooting. Simpson did not resist
when the police arrested him.
INJCSCTIOX ACJAlSr A HOSPITAL.
Peoria Woman Kay the Tatlent.' Ci
. Kc, Are I'nbearable.
yov 3 Mrs. Amelia '
Bontjes. of this t it v. has tiled a p t i-,ru""",K '" anc ient iiiior 10
tlon in the circuit "court praying thatjfi,ld ?reat ancestors to supiort them
an injunction 1 issued against the , would turn In and support their ances-
Deaeoness hospital. This- is the fine
new institution dedicated a few
months ago by Hi eorder of deaconesses
and supported by the central Illinois
Methodist Episi-opal conference The
hospital is situated upon one of the fin
est sights on the east bluff and is now
caring for fifty persons.
In her prayer for an injunction Mrs.
Ron ties declares that her residence is
but thirty-five est from the hospital :
n.l r,riw .InYan ttl.t t fTlM!:.
shrikes and yells of the suffering pa
tients, coupled with the frequent vis
Its of the amhulance and hearse make
the hospital an unberable nuisance.
Mrs. Bontjes prays that the Ieaconess
hospital be enjoined from further op
erating as a hospital at that location.
Sent an I'ltlmatuns to Day.
fprlngfieia. His.. Nov?. -The Amal
gain a ted Association of -Street Rail
way Employes of theaBelleville and
East St. Lioyls Street Railway com
pany, held a joint meeting to take ac
tion on the case- of John McCready, a
conductor who. .was discharged on
charges of short registering. After the
cate had been thoroughly discused the
executive committee was instructed to
submit to President Pay an ultima
tum giving him the alternative of rein
stating McCready. producing proof
against him. or having trouble.
Former Galena Man Dead.
Galena. Ills.. Nov. 3. Word
been received here of the death of Ben
Jamin F. Fowler, a former resident of
this city, at Cheyenne' Wyo. He was
a prominent lawyer and had served
one term as attorney general of "Wyom
ing and also as a United States district
attorney in that state. He -was promi
nent In politics, and had beenadelegate
to every Republican national conven
tion since Wyoming was admitted to
T. Jubl. for a Benefit Order.
Chicago, Nov. 3. Colonel Thomas
W. Scott was Thursday appointed re
ceiver of the Home Foruna Benefit or
der, a fraternal Insurance society with
headquarters In Chicago. State Su
perintendent of Insurance Van Cleave
asked the circuit court to make 'the
nppoltnienr. Th complaint Is that
the liabilities of the order are greater
JkAfRmii Monopoly My' YSkX
J0m r 111
m .ANATOMY WttM W lit? X
OFTHE - -
True Inwardness of the Republican Elephant.
gJLB-ILILaJUULILILOJULtt-ILa.g. g. 8-fl.g
than its assets
Chicago. Nov. 3. For alleged failure
to comply with laws governing regis
tration three election Judges. 11 man
Kulmer. William Strunck and Magnus
Flaws were removed from office yes
terday by the election commissioners.
Complaint was entered against the
Judges by N. A. narbln, a clerk for the
board. , .
Electfoa Jmlges Aoaaalted.
' Qnincy, Ills.. Nov. 3. A warrant
has been sworn out for William Soni
merville. superintendent of the Sol
diers Home, charging him with as
saulting one of the election Judges Be
cause he refused ta register a list of
loo names of veterans who, he said,
were too sick to come5 In person.
era or America was held in armory m
this city Thursday to discuss mutual
Nature's Winter- Storage.
As the result of 29 years of experi
ments at ItotJiamsted. England, It Is
ihown that In the winter months more
than half of the amount of rain that
falls penetrates Into the soil and be
comes available for the supply of
springs, while In the summer only one-
quarter oi me nuiuaii is aosoneu ny
the soli, tne maximum quantity of
water in the soil Is at a depth of about
be much better
w",lu 11 uiuny vain jeopie woo are
tors who are now on earth and on the
country. Galveston News.
Wife Look. Arthur. Melitta has not
forgotten us on her weddUag Journey.
he has sent this postal card andi
writes, simply. "V."e are in heaven!
Husband What! IIav-tby postal
cards there Let me" se It. Heitero
MORE PEACE ENVOIS
China Appoints Additional Ne
gotiators for a Settlement '
of the Difficulty.
FOUL CEIME LAID TO THE DOW AGES
Had the Kmperor's Favorite Wife
Thrown Into a Well Just Be-
fore She "Left Peking.
"London, Nov. 3. The Shanghai cor
respondent of The Times says th-Jt on
imperial edict appoints Liu Kun Y'i,
viceroy of Jaukiu, and Chang Chi
Tung, viceroy of Hankow, to lie ad
ditional peace commissioners on behalf
Berlin, Nov. 3. Official telegrams
from Count von Waldersee show that
ail the (lerman troops have arrived in
China aud beeii distributed. A special
dispatch to the Hamburg Correspond
ent says: "In a well situated in the im
perial palace precincts iu Peking was
found tlie liody of Emperor Kwaug
Hsu's favorite wife. Shen Ti, whom
the empress dowager caused to bp
drowned before the flight of the court
from the capital. The second favor
ite. Shing Fi, and lot) ladies belong
ing to the imperial harem, are prison
ers In the hands of the allies."
Can Telegraph to Peking Now,
A dispatch from Pao Ting Fu. dated
Thursd-iv. savs: "Telegraphic connec-
tfon lias been" completed" with Peking,
entirely by Germans. The railway
from Pao Ting Fu to fhe, capital is
nearly complete. French detachments
are guarding the line. The health of
the German troops is steadily improv
ing." A batch of letters from German
soldiers In China appears In a number
of papers, among them the Hanover
Courier, which editorially demands of
ficial statements with reference to the
details given by the writers of cruel
ties alleged to have been committed by
German troops 1n China. This demand
Is warmly supported by theFrelsinnige
Demands To Be Made of China.
Washington. Nov. 3. The demands
io be made of China by the. powers, ac
cording to the statement of an authori
ty well versed on the Chinese situa
tion are three in number, and briefly
The removal of the empress dow
ager, personally and through the influ
ence of heradvisers, from a'l participa
tion is the Chinese government.
The creation of an Indemnity fund
by the increase of China's customs
revenue, either by the payment of the
duties in gold instead of depreciated
silver as at present, or else by doubling
the present silver duties from 3 to 10
per cent, ad valorem.
The establishment of a minister of
foreign affairs, in place of the old and
cumbeTsome system of the tsung-li-yamen.
Allle Occupy Imperial Tomba.
Paris. Nov. 3. A Havas agency dis
patch from IVkin. dated Nov. 1, says:
( "The French, troops arrived at Si-
Ling Oct. 'i aud occupied the tomb
of the empress. The Germans. Ital
ians and English arrived afterward
and occupied the other imperial tombs.
No fighting is mentioned."
MOBK OF BOXER DIABOLISM.
Letters from Native Christian Tell Awful
Storirs Two Thousand Killed.
Victoria, B.C.Nov. 3. Shanghai pa
pers received here yesterday contain
a mass of letters written by Chinese
Christians and translated by Arch
ibald Lktle. Among them is an edict
by the governor of Shan-Si command
ing Boxers to burn the huuses of Chria-
tians anI tin them. One tetter states
that Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell and their
little girl. Mr. and Mrs. Young. Miss
Iviug and Miss Burton were decoyed to
the Yellow river on July 10 and there
killed. A letter dated Si-An on July
24. tells of the death of four Christians
rfho wre complied to draw lots for
their lives. The lots turned In favor
of one, who escaped, aud against four
who were put to death ly torture iu
At Fen river, near Ping-Iang-Fu. the
Boxers cut crosses on the foreheads of
Christians and then tortured them to
death, throwing their Ixxlles Into the
river. The numb that perished was
not known to the writer. The ChrlS'
tians of the Hong Kong aud Chee
Chong districts to thi number of 500
escaped to tlie hills and their fate was
unknown. A Dr. Maekay was reported
on Aug. 22 as having been held as a
hostage by the Boxers, and Mrs. Mack
ay. Miss Chapman and Miss Way were
reported to be hiding in the Kiang
Shian mountains. Bishop Favrier, the
defender of the Pei-Tang cathedral, on
reaching the coast estimated that 2,
000 native Christians had been killed
in the Peking division.
Reception for a French O Hirer.
Baltimore. Nov. 3,-r-Mayor Haves
yesterday made his official call upon
Admiral Richard, or the French navv,
aboard the flagship La Cecille. Last
evening She admiral and a number of
officers of his fleet were tendered a
public reception In the city hall, and
were later entertained at luncheon at
the Merchants' clnb.
Rioter Indicted for Burglary,
Akron. O.. Nov. 3. David Davis, one
of the rioters indicted by the special
garnd jury, was yesterday convicted
of burglary. Davis was one of the
men who broke Into tha store of the
standard Hardware company, from
which the mob secured the guns that
were used in the assault on the city
building on the night of Aug. 22.
Choynskl Win on a Foul.
Denver. No. 3. Choynskl won In the
fourth round, on a foul iu bis fight
with Russell last night.
r;.:tlsh Cabinet Members Official.
London, Nov. 3. Queen Victoria
has approved the nppintment of Lord
Salisbury as premier, the Marquis of
I.anslpwne as secretary of state for
foreign affairs, William St. JohnBrode
rick' as secretary of state for war, the
Earl of Selborne as first lord of the ad
mlraly. and C. T. Uitchie as secretary
or state ror nome arrairs.
Decline" Utsd trie A. A. Iy T. and S. W.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3. William H.
Hughes, an employe of the Newport
Boiling Mill company, has declined the
presidency of the Amaig.inated As
sociation or" Iron. Tin and Steel Work
ers. The appointment is made by the
executive, board. Hughes has been In
tlie milling business for thirty years.
Rich Find liTKootenay.
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 3. A
patch from Ca m bourne, a new town in
Kootenay, says a very rjch find or free
gold in decomposed "sre has Jusf been
made. Quartz from a fissure vein as
says several thousand dollars to the
ton. and is freely sprinkled with coarse
To Kradleate Carl ism.
Madrid. Nov. 2. In spite t the fact
that the Carlist uprising U officially
declared to be ended, a decree has leen
Promulgated suspending the constitu
tional guarantees throughput Spain
and empowering the authorities to ut
terly eradicate Carllsm.
Meeting of Operator and MIny. ""
Danville, Ills.. Nov. 3. A meeting
of the o-erator and miners of the
Danville coal district and State and dis
trict officers of the United Mine Work-
floods Put a Towa In Darkoeaa.
Sparta. Wis., Nov. 3. This city has
been in darkness for two nights. "Re
cent heavy rains caused the La Crosse
rireT to overflow, flooding the tlectrlc
Many Men Killed and Injured
at Philippi, West.
CAUSE OF THE DISASTER
Too Much Dynamite Pro
duced Concussion With
LATEST FROM THE SCENE
Cincinnati. Ohio, Nov 3. A Star
special says an expansion in Berry burg
coal mine at I'hillipi. W. Va.. killed
31 and injured over 100 men.
Detroit, IMov. 3. l'resident Barry,
of .the Southern Coal and Trans
portation company, received a tel
egram at noon from Manager
uray, of the mine at Phillip,
saying the fatalities were probably
six. The mine is not badly injured.
Dynamite was taken into the mine in
too large quantities, and it is believed
to have exploded from concussion.
Ten Kepurtad Killed.
President Barrv shortly before 2
received a telephone message from
Berrysburg, saying that 10 were killed
and four seriously injured, three of
whom will probably die. The mine,
however, was damaged very slightly.
-c n csTirnzs of debt
Tha CaatelianeS, So an Intimate Friend)
of Jay Gould" Say.
New York, Nov. 3. On tho author
ity of an "intimate friend of the lata
Jay Could" The Evening World yes
terday announced that the debts of
Count of I4onl do Cnstellane will b
paid in full by the Goulds at once. "Tha
scandal attending the claims amount
ing to $4,b)0,(X) against the spendthrift
husband of Countess Anna Is to lx
stopped," The Evening World utlda.
A' lump sum probably will b? Pon
trlbuted by George, Helen, Howard.
Kdwiri and Frank Gould to wipe ouO
hse debts .as they consider the honon
of the Gould family is Involved."
"Incidentally." The Evening World
article says. "It was elected that tb
Gould millions have nearly doublet!
since Gould's death, and Anns' a hard
is nearly flM.OOu.uoo ana ne mwi
nearer to $1,000,000 than, jmjoo.ouu an
heretofore stated. The total value oB
the Gould estate Is now over $125,000,.
Vehicle Manufacturer Adjourn.
Milwaukee, Nov. 3. Tbo National
Association of Agricultural Implement
and Vehicle Manufacturers voted yes
terday to meet next year In Kansas)
City. The convention adjourned sine,
die after electing these olllcers: Presi
dent, James A. Carr, of Klebmond,
Ind.; secretary, Frank B. Lukens. Chi
cago. The association ueciarca ror ir
ligation of arid lands.
in the Mountains.
London. Nov. 3. Dispatches from
Ichow, dated the 28th, say heavy
fighting occurred in the mountains of
Skandx, on the frontier. The Anglo
German force of 1,600 stormed the
pass, which by chance they occupied
n strong position, rue latter resist-
BANK BLOWN OPEN:
ROBBERS GET 33,500.
Jacon Center, Ohio, Not. 8. The
Farmers and Merchants' bank was
blown open and partially wrecked by
robbers this morning. The latter es
caped, having captured $3,600.
Ob tha Grtduroa.
Chicago, Not. 3 Northwestern 11.
Cambridge, Nor. 3 First half:
Harvard 17, Pennsylvania 0.
t imu score Harvard, 17: Pennsyl
vania, 5. , . . 1
Princeton, Nov. j 3 First half:
Cornell 12, Princeton 0. f
Chicago, Nov. 3. First half; CbU
cago, 0; Iowa, 0.. -